Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00283
 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: June 13, 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: VID00283
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
lccn - sn 95026784
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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VC'- :Q Entered as Second Class Matter 'KISSIMMEE FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 13 1963 IWlWd .w PRICE TEN CENTS
Klssimmee., Osceola Countv. Florida_ ,_ : Phone M7-2S81
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Ala Nova RoadThe I :I:. . t .. ';. Honor Roll Told

Farms Inc. -i The honor roll for Osceola High:ley. Maxine Jseyier. Suzaaae Waoe
Deseret structed the road departmentto *
School for the final six weeks: Sharon TeffeteUer, Rom' Story.
have agreed to give the land =
take care of drainage on :
for borrow pits needed for Jackson Street. They also discussed tG' b period was released'this week by Peggy Simpson.
the construction of the Nova a drainage ditch along \ Byron P. Hileman, principal. Grade 11: Karen HaaseU. Jo
Road. 1 I It is as follows: Cardone, Joan Elliott, Earl Johns,
Carroll Street, but decided : .
of r ; Grade 9 Leslie Gift Mike,Mike Bast, John Hanky Nancy
BROS. TEAM-Members of the Hunt.Bros. softball This was disclosed at a they could do nothing with the ,1"3 : ,

team are pictured above. They are, left to right, kneel- meeting of the county com latter until Eddie Clemons, ,\: V' .. I Hankins, Linda Joe Kowalski, George Wolfe.

ing, Frank Gaines, Duke Brown, J. C. Poff, Earl Moody, missioners. the developer of Tropical <':.' ) Yeager challis Sandra Grade 12: Sandy MaN, Betty
Lynwood Lupo. Standing Joe Moore Lucas Bill Representatives of the Mor- Park, returns from Detroit. oj I \ Jj\ Adkins, Barbara Punsalan, Phyllis: Peterson, Myrice Stills, Carol
.. Lloyd mon Ranch (Deseret) met However, the commissiontold ... . I Smith. Robert Baker Rajlene David
Karen Rooney
Green, Skip Hamner and Jim Dulgar. Not pictured are with State Road Department the department to pull .,.. ; , !Jacobs, Cheryl Hartley, Sharon. I Wysong Stinebaugh, Janice Alderman.

Bookie Bishop, Happy Haen and Jim Mongoven. (Photo by representatives at the officeof the culvert some unauthorized f'.t/: :Hawk. Carolyn Croft Sharon Edwards,

Hamrick) Howard, Needles, Tammen, person put under Carroll .., ( . .:- < ." Grade 10: Connie Beruasky, Bill Bass, Hampton Sessions Vivian
and Bergendoff, Orlando, to Street. Ij . ...r\ Rick Boatright, Priscilla Carter,
discuss the borrow pits on I ., ........ I, I II I'Connie Winfrey, Sandra Warden, Belt:, Janet Domes, Sharon
I II Gehrett, Winford Hane BruC"Kragenbrink
The commissioners also discussed I
June 3.Representing. Marcie Lombardy, Kathleen Wells,
r the ranch but came to no conclusion CHAMPION DONORS-The blood donor championship !James Bolin Bill Hankins, Vicki Ted Nelson, Judy

TI--!$ V:7: _ through which the Nova Road about, the streets in I of Florida, among Elks lodges of more than 500membersize i Bartee, Heidi Riggs Tyler Thomas Roehricfa.

will cut were E. Coleman Kissimmee a good Highlands."It's area and. it Is is honored by the plaque shown being awarded to :, Dianne Armstrong, Peggy Students with all "A's": Mike
tt Madsen and David Hawkins. Kissimmee Elks Paul Smith, extreme left handed Armstrong, Earline Bass, Elaine Hankins
not going to develop until the i. Lodge. Joe Kowaisi d. Marcie
From the State Road Depart streets are fixed up," Board it to Paul Lutz. Smith is vice-president for Central Florida !iLory, Wynnie Martin, Brendai Lombardy, Bill lam, Jo Car-
ment was C. A. Benedict. R. i Pipkin, Sandra Jane Rib-J
N. Peruf and B. H. Fisher represented Chmn. Harris Daniel declared. ; Lutz is blood bank chairman of the local lodge. The u done, Vivian Beitz.
"It wasn't our responsibility decided last month the State
the engineeringfirm first-place standing was at
'4r but it has become ours"
; and M. E. Ardaman, of Elks convention in Tampa. Others in the picture, left to Junior High
In another road. matter, the ,
Ardaman also present.and Associates was commissioners decided R. B. right are :Mrs. Blanche White, A. R. Hooton, Dr. I. R. I

The only request the Mor- Williams will have to pay $7.- Mas, Mrs. Michelle Davis, :Mrs. Bodo Kirchoff, Bodo Kir-

mon representatives made was 883.84 for the return of Williams choff and Earl Yates. Mrs. White and Mrs. Davis are past Honor Roll 1

that the banks be sloped and Road to him. presidents of the lodge auxiliary, which has been activein i.

that they be located about 400 The legislature passed a the blood bank campaign. Hooton and Yates each are I j The honor roll at Osceola Junior Vine, Frank.

r .y ft. off the right of way. special measure allowing the working on their fifth gallon as large-scale blood donors. 'I High School for the final six All A's-8th Grade: Schmidt
The Mormons are also do- county to return the road I I weeks period has been announced. Linda. Bs or better Colburn.
Dr. Mas is from the Central Florida Blood Bank in Or-
nating much of the land for The county would have to be It is as follows: Ronnie; Cooper, Crete. ; Coroitt.
( the right of way. reimbursed for what it has lando, to which the Kissimmee lodge so far has suppliedmore i i 7th Grade: Allen, Patricia; Ali Sandra; Davison Jane; Haddock,

County commissioners in- invested. than 600 pints. (Photo By Don Stetson) i len, Margaret; Briley, Inez; Sharon; Hanley, Christine; Har

BROADWAY PHARMACY TEAM-Members playing on Boat Owners ( Sam Lupfer !r Childers Farmer,, Bob Steve; Dettmer, Helen; bison, Janice; Lockwood' Kenny,
; Fraser Jim;
the Broadway Pharmacy. team are, )kneeling, left to right, 1\lust'Register Attended MeetSam Elks To Hold !jGoold, Janet; Horton, Glenda; Phay Lohman, Carolyn Chris; ;Pierson Partin, ,Jnn Nancy.,;let.
Fred Dave Putnam Chris Colombo Barrette, i Icaza, Vicky Johnson
Irving, / Ray I ; Jim; Mag-; Reynolds, Barbara; Ribtey, Lynr.
Ken Newman. Standing, Ken Kemp,. Will Collins, Mike Florida pleasure boat Lupfer of Kissimmee independent I nusson, John; McKeehan, Junene; .
c Bass Bill Oiler Keene and Larry reminded owners fire and casualty in- (Rose Larry; Schumaker Mark; Schield, Kathy; Sneroertn, John;
Johnson were
Clyde Larry by Conservation I
Director Randolph surance agent, attended the 59th Picnic SundayOn Simpson Nettie; Spence, Carl; Tyner, Emory; Warden, Susan,
Harrelson. (Photo by Hamrick) Hodges today annual I
that 1961-1963 registration convention of the Florida Thacker, Kaye; Thacker, Pam; White, Sharon.
certificates .
Association of Insurance Agents :
expire June 30. I last week at the Fontainebleau Sunday afternoon June 16thJ youngsters busy. A special turkey
St. Cloud Canal
Pleasure boat owners may re- I I Hotel on Miami Beach. Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. 1873 shoot will be held for those fellows -Highlands Honor I
register their craft through their has scheduled its
More than 1200 agents andgue.ts AnnualtlidSummer and ladies who are able to
county tax collectors, starting
attend Picnic from noon on handle a gun. And the ladies of
were expected to ,
June 12, Hodges said.
till darkness will fall. As in for- the Elks Auxiliary will be handto
Project CompletedThe on
with indicating they will
The old certificate must be many
mer years, this affair will be assist in the entertaining of all Roll Announced I
their wives and children.
., .... presented to the tax collector bring held
again on the Ivey property participants during the afternoon.
first primary water control County. Construction started in when applying for a new certi- Headlining the three-day, 22- on Macy Island. There will be Elks - --- --
,ficate. speaker program were Governor signs postedon The honor roll for the final Mrs. Kimberly. 5th grade
works to be completed in a April 1962 has cost $165,000. AU Elks, their families and the Old St. Cloud Road,
Hodges pointed out that under Farris Dr. WalterH. pointing the High-- Peter Simonson. Marie
$35 million program now under- The new -mile-long channel I{i Bryant; their friends are cordially invitedto the for all both six weeks period at Bennett.
legislation enacted by the 1963 Judd, former Minnesota Con- way cars lands Elementary School has Jeanne Cazier. Patti Green, Debbie
in the Kissimmee
way great (between Lake Tohopekaliga and participate in this afternoon of from Kissimmee and from St.
Legislature owners of new boats and keynote speakerat been announced by Wm. Ketch- Guffie. Ellen Hunt singer.
gressman |
River Basin In central Florida EJast Lake Tohopekaliga) is fun and relaxation. And there Cloud. And all everyone needs to
will be presented for acceptance equipped with a spillway and are required of to present satis-when the 1960 Republic National will be entertainment for the entire do is to follow these signs to the I lersid. principal. I Mrs. Dunlap 6th grade: And-
Friday to the Governing Board dam. The structure has already factory proof for ownership Convention; Dr. Edward R. An- family young and old alike. picnic grounds. "This annual Sum-1 It is as follows: erson Fred, Becky Arlington.
applying registration
a num-
of the Central and Southern helped to bring water levels up nis President-Elect of the American There will be a chicken barbecue mer Picnic" said Exalted Ruler I Mrs. Bateman, 4th grade: Sue Bateman Kathy Carter, Robert

Florida Flood Control District. several feet in East Lake from ber.The new law also provides that Medical Association; HayneP. with all the trimmings which will Jack White, "has been growing Kathy- Arrington, Lou Ann Miller Johnston. Diana Parttow

Riley S. Miles of Kissimmee,. all-time lows' recorded last yearto the decal given boat owners reregistering Glover President National include corn on the cob, baked steadily during the years. And Brenda Rye, Janice Sheno- Kirk Sines Polly Stainback
Chairman of the FCD Board, nearly-desired stages at the their vessels is to be Association of Insurance Agents; beans> and cole slaw. The chargefor with the committee members; sky, Neal.Taylor, Peggy Tacks Kathy Taylor, Rex Walker.Mr. .

said the St Cloud Canal (Canal present. Canal 31 is the first of affixed to the port side of the Paul Gray prominently listed in this barbecue will be a nominal working hard to make this year's; Pamela White. Kimberly, 6th grade: Keith

31) has been two of the biggest lakes in the dams and spillways authorized Salt water commercialboats ," ,who has honored three requests the children. Reservations be no doubt will be, again one of Clark, Ronnie' Horton, Denise Gueide. Terry Baker. WandaBradley.
Upper River Basin hi Osceola I in the Upper River Basin. .0 must reregister with the'Board [ 'to( 'enf fertiffl 'the ntuJe"ul1 Uiy-,, as'weil: .aeon inWtElksr"*"entertainment programs ... James, Donna Jordan, Stephe. ., .Eatti Cazier, ConnieOfetns.
"of Conservation. Fresh'* water of the United States; and Dr. the grounds during the afternoon. of the. present year." Miller Roy Roberts.Mr. ft* Ann' Jama*,'' *vaLttrfe
commercial boats must re- Kenneth McFarland, Consultant The entertainment committee, Crabtree, 4th grade: Ray- Allyn M 111 a r. Linda
Guild Workshop register with the State Game! for General Motors Corporation.Of under the general chairmanshipof I Locall\larine mond Anderson, Yvonne 'Sadder O'Neal. Barbara Whitewolf

and Fresh Water Fish Commission. particular interest were Larry Blankenship, Is making I Rene Bronson, Betty Sue Marsha Wynn. Winnie Woods
I' I talks by Florida's State Treasurer extensive plans and arrangementsfor In CaribbeanMarine Clark Sherry Clay, Donald Culver I Linda Lawrence. KhnWery Hig-

Plans and Insurance Commissioner suitable entertainment for the Martha Oakes, Wendy Ro- .
Underway"Everyone Private First Class
J. Edwin Larson, and the Chairman whole family. The children and mack Leah Sturtevant, Mari ble.City
William D. Marvin, son. x>f Mr.
Boat-A-Cade Names of the Florida Industrial maybe .adults alike, will be provided lyn Wynn. to Host
and Mrs. William D. Marvin of
'01" sire that the young folks of Os Commission, A. Worley Brown. with: donkey rides and a Mrs. Dollar, 5th grade: Suzie
For The Year New Directors 807 Orange blvd., Kissimmee,
ceola County be given the oppor- special magician's show; and Bartley, Brenda Bradley, Claudia
might well be the slogan for all Ridge LeagueThe
of those connected with the tunity to learn about live theatre there will be plenty of other Fla. is participating in an extended Crawn, Rebecca Wilkie, Donna
planning of the Second Summer while actually doing their own Additional new directors of the Softball ContinuesAt games for all ages to keep the training cruise in the 'j Davis, Ranya Pery, Stuart Nelson -

Workshop for the young folks of I I productions.The Kissimmee Boat- -Cade have 532 Head Sold Caribbean involving an air- 'I Cities of Kiasimmee and
been named, K. C. Moore Jr., Local FieldHunt ;
Osceola County. This has been climax to all this activitywill j, Mr. Clark, 5th grade: Chet St. Cloud will host the Ridge
made evident by the surprising be the public showing of president, announced recently.He At Local MarketAt ground team comprised of units ; Bronson, Timothy Strickland, Ida League of Municipalities to a
number of applications which "Circus Fun In The Sun In 1901," said the new directors in- Bros. Team lost a gam of the Second Marine Division I Cenamme, Marietta Bass, San- steak barbeque tonight at the
when the Kisshnmee Livestock and the Second Marine Aircraft
to Phillips 66 Friday night
clude Bob Allen, Wells Moon,
been received ; an original play written especially dra Bowden Ivonne Lee. Carolyn Tupperware Pavilion.
have already by
I for the Eliza- and Joe Shea, all of Kissimmee the latter took them 87. In othe Market Wednesday 532 cattle Wing.
the workshops' registrar. So optimistic workshop by ; Gray, Kathy Sines, Patti There will be approximately 150
are the Co-Chairmen, I. beth Davis. The tern sessions of Jack McCollum, Ransom Downes play Friday the Broadway Utilitie Pharmacy and 318 calves week were sold comparedto He is a member of Second Bat-i Dunlap, Karen Elliott, Diane members representing 25 communities

Gill Brooks and Elizabeth Davis, I I the workshop which will come and Max Aulick all of Orlando: 87. defeated the City Compared a to ago.last Wednesday talion, Second Marines, which .Keith, Larry Chin Molly Hale, present tee the occasion.:

that plans for-enlarging the scopeof before the "Big Show" will beginon and Sherwood Brown, of St. The games were rained ou slaughter steers, heifers and departed Camp Lejeune. N. C.,j Ricky Pless, Robert Pipkin, Dr. Frank Goodwin of the University
the workshop and the addition July 2nd. Further sessions Cloud. and will April 23 for the Caribbean man-I{Judy Wood, Joyce FuHerten, of Fiends will !be the
will be held each and Wednesday night be rescheduled bulls too few for accurate test,
of further assistants to the Friday afternoon from 2 to 4 They were among 11 nominated at the end of the sea cows steady to $1.00 lower with: euvers.- -- . ,Vivid Lewis. >guest speaker.
staff have been instituted. by the present board. Accept- I
p.m., throughout the monthy of decline on cutter grade dairy
Staff appointments of fellow' July.In. 'ance from others is being await- son.On Monday night Padgett's type. Calves steady to strong. ------

Footlight Theatre Guild mem Kissimmee, application ed.The I Pharmacy took the "66" 6-5 and Stocker steers and heifers poor-

hers Van Held and Eilene Di-'i I blanks may be obtained at the board decided to make Broadway was taken over by ly tested, cows $2.00 lower and
mitri, are now in effect. Mrs. Rose Moore-F izabeth Davis Tri every effort to have a fullscaleboat Hunts by 3-1. calves about steady. Calves JIll.

Held will be business manager I: angle Antique Shop, Roberson's show during BoatACadeweek The softball folder was mis- comprised two-thirds of the run. 1"1 A ,
and registrar while Mrs. Dimitri Rexall Pharmacy and the Charm The board also tentativelyset placed last Friday and if anyone Standard and good yearling

will be general production as-\ Shop, or from any of the following the departure date for the finds it they are asked to returnit slaughter heifers 19002200.

sistant.A I : Carolyne Phay Barbara Boat-A-Cade as Oct. 24. to the recreation department.Two Utility cows $15.50-17.25. cutter

Junior promotion departmenthas Reynolds Mark Lurie Bill Mrs. Vera Lalley of the cham- signboards have been $12.50-15.75, canner 12001350.

been established and' is I Brooks, and the staff of the workshop i ber of 'commerce, said she al- placed on of Broadway Happy through Haen. The the Cutter bulls $13.Q>15.50.
headed by second year work-I The St, Cloud distribution has received numerous inquires. Good calves 240027.00 standard -
ready scheduled and time of play
shoppers Carolyne Phay Barbara : is in the charge of Kenneth Duncan games 21002450.
Reynolds. 'Mark Lurie, and i the President of the Foot- will be posted on these. Standard and good vealers

Bill Brooks. These young people\light Theatre Guild. 250028.75, few choice up to ,+r w : 1
will also have special assignments The deadline for mailed applications $32.00. 5 Yy
in the workshop proper-J'i is Friday June 21st. The Fleet To Common. and few medium dx

such as: make-up, costuming,I I blanks may be sent to Footlight yearling feeder-stocker steers

set-design and properties. This t is>;\Theatre Guild, P. O. Box 861, and heifers 15001825. = {

further proof of the Guild's l' de.{j'Kissimmee. Exhibit At ShowBoat Common and few medium

cows $12.50-16.50, one thin cow

The activities of the Pram 1 dub, St. Cloud Sportsman's $21.50. inferior 11001300.

= Fleet a youths sailing and water Club, Little League, 4-H Club,I Good 250-400( lb. calves $24.00- ;
safety program sponsored by the Orange Bowl Lanes, 4-H Riding 27.00 medium 21002500. Good if c--

Kissimmee Rotary dub will be Club, KAST Theatre Guild, Boa 100-250 lbs. $27.00-33.00. Medium l A R
exhibited at the Mid-Florida I A-Cade. Osceola County dub, i$24. 0-28.50. few- up to $35.00. i kLf jr -

Sportsman's Show, July 3-6, at I Board of Education (Sports and II common $21.00-25.00, inferior

the Kissimmee Valley Agricul- .recreation program) Orlando Ski $17.00-23.00.

1 ... tural Center.To dub, Skin Divers Club Para'f
New Minister At
direct attention to the re- gators. Shuffleboard Assn., Square

.. creational potential and activitiesin Dancers. Boys Scouts, Girl I Methodist ChurchRev.
1 E the Mid-Florida area and to Scouts and other qualifying organizations -
encourage visitors to spend the are welcome. B. B. Williams newly appointed -
July 4th Holiday in Osceola i Commercial firms selling I minister at the First)

County, the Sportsman's Show 1 sporting equipment, sport cars i Methodist Church will deliver the FIRST BAPTIST GRADED CHOIRS-Beginner Music Activity-Front row-Mal-

will be held concurrently with' and other merchandise re- message at the morning service comb Johns, Dru Spencer, Cheryl Ann Dyer, Cynthia Stroup, Rosesnne Barton,
the Silver Spurs Rodeo and the Sunday morning
Florida Quarter Horse Jam-t lated have also to sports been and Invited recreation to ex- Rev. Williams a native of OklaIhoma Mark Tipton Tina Lynn Floyd Greg Hale Bryanne Begany Liz Shore, Miss Elinor

boree. t jhibit entered the Florida Conference Futch. Back Row-Becky Jo Barber, Cheryl Ann Bishop, Lee Ribley, Chock Edwards -

The success of the show is de- { In addition to exhibits and I' in 1968 and previouslyheld Elaine Walker, Sandy Schmidt, Brandt Bass, Anne Johnston, Larry Oweaby.

pendent on sports recreationaland : demonstrations three entertaining appointments at Forest Hills Junior Choir-Left Front Row-Terry Bethune Donna Jordan, Kathy Callaway

bobby groups in the area evening shows have been ar- in sonville.Tampa and Riverside in Jack- Vinnie Goldino, Danda HarrelL Second Row-Charles Chesnnt, Mike Owe lty,

..S.i taking advantage of the opport- ranged under the direction of Preston Baker, Kathy Arrington Becky Arlington>> Pam Lockwood, Bobhi Ger.

1,:, .-.r.._ unity to show thousands of visi- Maurey Walters of Kissimmee. Back Row-Larry Barton, Billy Derryberry,Joyce Williams, Patti dear, Carol See
tors and residents, what our Arrangements are being madeto :
field. Paulk, Debbie Davis, Brenda Banknight, Crissyann Muller. Primary Oboi& ;Froa
offer in their
groups secure a TV Western person- B L B '
Row-Suzanne Richard Perritt, III,Jacquelyn Williams, Ina Goldino, Rua"aid
The show offers an opportunityto ality to headline the evening Toe lot ._ ..-. 4b |513 0 Spencer,
TROPHY SADDLE-Edwin H. Rohde SUrer Spurs Boss improve public relations shows. Wed. H _____-_ M 60 eThhss. Somcrs, Randy Yates. Second Row-Jimmy Campbell, Madeline Hughes, Cindy

and Mayor Adrian Boris, discuss the latest of the trophy create prestige. Interest others, Oranizations or firms desiring M ___ _. 9s G LDO Turrin, Serena Bell Owen Gunter Garry Barton, W. H. Baker Director. Back Row

saddles to be given at the Silver Spun Rodeos as one of the and in some cases secure new information or to participate In FrL --7 _?. ____ M 6405 -Reid Jeffries,Jimmy Ungaro,Johnny Campbell Martin Somers, Paulette Mar-

major prizes.The hand carved saddle, given by Herzberg, participants for their activity. the show are requested to contact Sat. *S .a------ 96 feS 0 shall Teri TarcaL Intermediate Choir-Front Row-Sandra Warden NIkkI Ungtro.Vikki .

wit be the top pritt for the all around champion Qualifying for exhiibtion in the the St. Cloud or Kissimmee 8-.M 0_ __ ___ 96 60 0 Johns, Dune Arrington Suzanne Lockwood Brenda Pipkin Kathleen Mar-
cowboy invited to
show and participateare Chamber of Commerce or Exhibit Moo.10 ____ .. .a
,d,& the 22ad aaaaal rodeo July 3 and 4. (Photo bvHaavriek the. Tobopelika Yacht dub. Chairman Jim Kfflip. Box -=-:- : shall Back Row-Donald Ungaro, Owen Arrington, Allen Conner Cheek Drain,

) . Tropical Bath Club St. Cloud 909. Kissimmee Fla. Robert Baker.HUNT .


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e ''* The Klsslnmiff Gaiytte.KlssinMiw._ Fla.,_Thurs., June IS 1963
Services Held Mrs. Helen Wood Denning SAVE
Died WednesdayMartha T : G ITS NEW! QC

For Mattie TynerMattie I Buried SaturdayMrs. Eleanor Denning. 74, 5 T

ot Denn..John Lane Kissimmee, a 4DEVARTAtENT
B. Tyner 75, of 613 Helen Naomi Wood, 47, passed away Wednesday evening r
Main Street owner of Tyner of 616 Verona St. resident of I after several months illness. A OfA'
Grocery and member of a Kissimmee for the past 16 years, native of Oilman Illinois she IT'S HERE!I'r0 RK'UITURE
pioneer Osceola County family' died Thursday night. She is survived had been a resident of this com-
passed away suddenly Tuesday by one son Gilbert and munity for the past three years.A .
afternoon. daughter Gail Wood of Kissim retired registered nurse, she
Born December 23, 1887, in,mee; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. had been associated with Cook
Kissimmee, the daughter of Eu-I H. L. Hill Sr.; brothers P. L. County Hospital, Chicago, and
gene Bronson and Vinnie Yates Hill and Roger Hill, of Holopaw, also with hospitals in Benton
.H. L. Hill Jr., Everett OD S '
Bronson, she had been a life- Cocoa I Harbor. Michigan, South Dakota, sTOR -
Hill of Kissimmee; sisters: Mrs. California and for six in SUNRISE SHOPPING
long resident of this area. I I years CENTER
C. A. Browning, Ft. Pierce, South America.She 1 !
She was a Methodist. .( W. H. Teasley and Mrs. Mrs'l attended the First Method.
Survivors include three sons,: Arnold of Kissimmee. ist Church Kissimmee and wasa 3 'f i
TTnymond .Wood l Tyner and Walton Funeral services were member of the American : a
(Slick) Tyner, both Kissim- I the Chapel of the Riedel Funeral Legion Auxiliary Bakersfield, : h
mee, and Marvin Tyner, New Home at 4:00: p.m. Saturday with California.
Smyrna Beach. One daughter,I I Rev. W. P. Hanks, pastor of the Survivors include her husband.I S
Mrs. Roscoe Bass, Kissimmee.j I' Shingle Creek Methodist Church, Paul S Denning; three stepsons, -. Sunnyland Small Government Inspected
Four brothers.. Tom Bronson, Albert -:' officiating. Interment was in Roy J. Denning, Salt Lake City. THe.
Bronson and Everett Bron I, Rose Hill Cemetery, Riedel Funeral Utah; Paul S. Denning, Jr., } i AT Smoked
son, all Winter Garden and I I Home in charge. Harvey Illinois, and Ernest J. HAMSSHANK
Claude Bronson, Davenport. One, Denning Stanford, Conn.; one
sister. Mrs. Mary Bowen, Daven-' Barracks 1068 stepdaughter, Mrs. Claire B. ,-
port. Also 6 grandchildren and I To Meet FridayVeterans Poole, Joliet, Dlinois. Also broth- : ---- "' '- '1'

2 great grandchildren. er-in.Jaw and sister-in-law Dr. .,. .......,,: i
of World War I, and Mrs. R. J. Denning, Vero <
Funeral services were held at 39
Barracks 1068 and Ladies Auxi-fceach.i "" LB
from the Gris- HALF IOBI'
2 o'clock Friday services held
liary will meet this Friday even Prayer were at
som Chapel with 'the Rev. W. ing, June nth and every second 8 P. M", Thursday at the Grissom D
P. Hanks. Minister of the Shingle i I, Friday evening of each month, Chapel with the Rev. John Bri-
Creek Methodist Church official-I j at 7:30: pjn. I j{I ley, minister of the First Meth- ;
ing. Casketbearers were Messrs. |I All eligible veterans and lad odist Church, officiating. The \\ \ Whole or Butt Half 4S
Bronson Charles Bron- LII
Carlyle ies are urged to attend. Meet funeral party left Friday for
son. Tommy Bronson Dan ings held Joliet where final services were
are at the Orange
Keene Earl Murphy and Joe Gardens Community Building. to be held Saturday. with inter- for your REGULAR 49. . SUNNYLAND SLICED
Tress. Interment followed In Os- 714 ment to follow in Woodlawn FATHW 1
George Street, Orange Gard-
ceola Memory Gardens. Gris- ens. Memorial Park. Grissom Funeral FEAST for
som Funeral Home was in Home was in charge of ar- : when he 1:1-oz.:
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charge of arrangements. BUY FROM THE rangements. .'"'" J'' Just wotch his 'fow his rite eyes cut Ot uP-p sods foctlon Brand" bacon PKG. %
sees the reo'' ref
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THEKISSIMMEE Presbyterian J when promo he. gets. .w Now hen a yo he u've tastes seen thot a haPPY r.He. .."" ,, _- --_ .._ .._ .. __ .. _ .. .. ____ __ .
I Church School bee f flovr goO reatoo.
I and for Winn-Ox'.t Quantity Rights Reserved
GAZETTE poppy shopvo; Prices Good thru June lblhws
1Aa Rlp A Vacation Church School at fj '' tU'1 you get the finest qUO\\"tV COFYNIVHT- WINN ml .TO.... IN*. _IMCRound
. the First United Presbyterian k, where you'--f value.
A Jolla H. Perry Xew' p per end best
Church is now in its first week:
HA Classes are being held for boys I L::1': .....
Offices 24-26 Stewart Ave. ',
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and girls from Kindergarten age t'j BONELESS 88,1' ", IIIIIIfJ
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on weekdays from 9:00: to 11:45 1 ,'

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and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION Church at Fatehgarh In- ,
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months $%.50; one year, $4.00; two years, $7.0Q United Fatergarh.Presbyterian India presented Church the in \ GrTieef;: . J I.I

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,The Kissimmee Gazette Kissimmee, FUu, Thurs, June 13, IMS 3
Lutherans Two Local Girls ENGAGED Elementary School Mary Summerlin Miss Rita Johnson
Methodist Youth -I Saturday, from eight A.M. to &x:

Held MeetingAt Graduate From OJC Library OpenedThe Circle Met Monday Feted at CoffeeOver Hold Car Wash P.M. behind the Methodist
f Church. I
The Mary Summerlin Circle .
the recent meeting of the I Two Kissimmee girls received Kissimmee Elementary thirty friends of Miss The charge will be $1.00 per
met Monday afternoon at the The youth of First Methodist
Lutheran Women's Missionary I their associate in arts degree Friday School will be open five daysa Rita Johnson, bride elect of Lee car.
League Grace Lutheran Church,! June 7th, when they were ; week from June 10 to Aug. 2, home of Mrs. Morris James in Randall, called at the home of! Church will hold a car wash,
Orange Gardens with Mrs.
St. Cloud, members heard two members of a class of 133'who it was announced yesterday.The Mrs. John McLellan, Lindsey
letters read from recipients of were graduated' from Orlando school board approved James.,Lula chairman, presiding.Mrs. the Way. where she was honored bya I
Christian Literature in India. The Junior College. Miss Jo Cardone as summer Beauchamp gave coffee Saturday morning.I I et
materials were sent under the. Audrey Jane :Armstrong daughter librarian. She will be there from devotions. Mrs. John Thoman Mrs. McLellan greeted the

"Paper Peace Corps" sponsored of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Arm- 10 a.m. to 12 noon, and from gave a challanging program us- guests at the door. who then in-

by the Lutheran Church to help strong, and Ruth Ann Sussen- 1 to 3 p.m.fThrift ing the subject "The Story of troduced them to Mrs. Carmen
of Mr. and Mrs. the Search-For Someone Else", Ei t
combat the flow of Communistictracts berger, daughter I Johnson, mother of the bride,
into foreign countries. Pic- William' Sussenberger receivedthe concluding with a poem, "I
Club I Miss Rita, Johnson and Mrs.
Do Not The Time".
Simply Have
tures are especially needed, and degrees in. a commencement of the
Arthur Randall mother
the ladies will continue to supportthe ceremony held at Park Lake Presbyterian Elects OfficersThe Plans were made for the gen-

project.The Church at Orlando. Thrift Home Demonstration eral meeting of the WSCS to be groom.of the Miss Lynn, kept Randall the guest, sister '.'.....'.'.': '. ; .
meeting was opened with The Rev. Pierre W. DuBose Jr. held June 17th. groom ':"I i'.tfmk'...
dub met at the Livestock Pay book.
Mrs. Geo. Pantke leading the de of the North Brazil Presbyterian Circle officers for the new year Cameras ,
I ilion last Tuesday with Mrs. Lucy Mrs. Wm. Sussenberger presid-
votions. Pastor Richmeyer, newly Mission gave the commencement r are Mrs. James chairman; Mrs. I
assigned Vicar to Grace was in !address and the degrees were 1 Hamlin presiding. Mrs. Bertha .John Thoman, vice chairman and ed over the coffee service, the and Equipment jji! ,,
Cole the devotionals and
troduced and welcomed by the presented to each of the gradu- gave 'spiritual life leader; Mrs. Philip table being overlaid with an
I used her theme "Our Responsibility" '
members.. Yearly reports were,ates by Morris S. Hale Jr., presi- as Smith, secretary; Mrs. John R. ported hand made ecru lace
heard. from all committees. .dent .of the college. I I Semple, treasurer; Mrs. Hazel cloth. The setting was enhancedby
A conducted tour of HighlandsPark I
The topic, "Spiritual Food on Taylor sunshine chairman. an arrangement of roses

Your Table was presented by Mrs. Bride Elect Is Miss Dorothy Rhoades discussed near and Sebring several, June expressedtheir 18 was During the social hour refresh- shades of pink. Ceramic roosters II

D. E. Cooperrider. desire to ments were served to eleven helped create a festive feeling. I
Hostesses for the afternoon were Honored at Coffee go. members and one guest. Impromptu entertainment was Transistor Radios
RhoadesSamargyaEngagement The following officers were
Mrs. Herman Vogler and Mrs. D. I furnished by Mrs. Maurice Bond -
Mrs. Raymond Yates and Mrs. elected for the ensuing year and
To singing "I Love You Truly" to
E. Cooperrider. Missionary
Richard Luzadder entertained at will be installed in September: I
The Adult Bible Class will meet the bride. She was accompaniedby
the latter's home Thursday morning president. Miss Sidney Lumley;
Wednesday evening June 12th, at with a coffee honoring Miss Mr. and Mrs. Ceathus Rhoades vice president Mrs. Lida Ketchem Speak at MeetingThe Mrs. McLellan on the organ.
7:30 The book of Jude will Orlando, announce the Miss Johnson presentedwith
p.m. Billie Kaye Elliott whose mar- engagement ; secretary, Mrs. Caroline WSCS of the Shingle Creek was
be studied. riage to Chris Colombo will be an of their daughter, Dorothy Siegel; treasurer, Mrs Beatrice Methodist Church will meet Tues- a gift from the hostessesof I

Pastor' Richmeyer and his fam- event of July 16th. !I Mae, to Dan Milan Samargya,]I Goss. day, June 18th, at 7:30 p.m. in fibre glass tray tables.

ily will reside at 435 ConnecticutAve. I The Luzadder home in Renee son of Mrs. Daisy Markovich, Miss Marilyn Dietrich gave an the educational building.A Assisting Mrs. McLellan were i -- - -- I'I
in St. Cloud. Cleveland, Ohio and the late Mr. special has been Mrs. Erford Woods Mrs. Wm. .
Terrace was attractively decorated -I interesting talk on many new program for Best - -
-with arrangements of summer! Milan Samargya.Miss I products on the market. planned with Miss Ida Margaret Sussenberger, Mrs. Newton Olson I Headquarters

Orange Gardens I'flowers. 'I Rhoades- was graduatedfrom Punch and home made cookies Johnston, missionary of furlough Mrs. R. C. Ludlum and i Name Brand Toiletries

Club Has ElectionIn Miss Elliott was given a platter Roosevelt High School,'Honolulu were served to the 19 members from India, as the guest speaker.She Mrs. D. E. Cooperrider. i I
in her chosen pattern of china! Hawaii and George' Peabody present by the hostesses Bertha will tell of her work and I .

an election of officers con j by the hostesses. I College for Teachers, Nashville, Cole, Bertha Webber and Sidney experiences and will illustrateher BUY FROM THE II I It pays to be,Poppa at least once a year! Come te our
ducted by the Orange Gardens honoree's. Tennessee. She has been teachingat GAZETTE ADVERTISERS ;
In addition to the Lumley. talk with colored slides.A .
wide selection tribute
of His favorite for
the Kissimmee Elementary ; gifts your
Home Demonstration Club June mother, Mrs. Lucian Elliott, and special musical will be pre-
4. Mrs. Lee Arthur was named Mrs. John Colombo the mother School for the past 4 years. !Boat-A-Cade sented by Miss Judith Yowell, i i DAD on His Day.HUNT.

vice-president. Re-elected were''of the groom elect the guests Her fiance was graduated from I !soloist with Mrs. Ashby Davis ;
the Sixth Male Gymnasium, Bel-I Directors To MeetThe PIZZA i I
Mrs. Edwin J. Ladue president were limited to Renee Terrace accompanist.An ,
C. G. Beckwith grade, Yugoslavia and from Cen- I
Mrs. secretary, neighbors. invitation to all church
and Mrs. H. H. Ladson. treasurer. Calling between 10 and 11 were tral Technical Institute, Kansas Board of Directors of the families and friends is being ex- FREEZETTE :i BROS."CocaCola"
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Mrs. Ward Beauchamp was: Mrs. Ralph Lohman Mrs. Irlo with the Martin Boat-a-Cade will meet Thursdaynoon tended and a nursery for small DRIVE-IN .
the installing officer. Bronson Jr., Mrs. Richard Guelde Company. at the Tropical HoteL children will be provided. -
will wed 10
Flower arranging workshopswill : Mrs. Jack Booker Mrs. Ken Eng The couple August t I
at the Serbian Orthodox Church
be the summer program,, land Mrs. John Makert, Mrs. "
and "Coke" trade-marks of The Coca-Cola
in Ohio. are registered Company
with the first session set for Jack Woodward, Mrs. Odell Bron at 12 pjn. Cleveland

Tuesday ,morning, July 2, at the, son, Mrs.. Roy Greenough and
Community Building in Orange e! Miss Gail Greenough. Ida Tiller Circle

Gardens. The group will use as
text a bulletin published by the I Met WednesdayThe

extension service of the University -i Wesleyan Guild Ida Tiller Circle of the

of Maryland, sent to the I Met With Miss BassThe W.S.CS. met at the home of the Now Coke comes in a new 16-oz. I size

club by Mrs. George Wentz,I Wesleyan Service Guild of Misses Virginia and Mary Tiller ,
former vice-president, now Wednesday with nine members TRAgf-MARJ; (
lives at Manchester. Maryland.Mrs. .I I the First Methodist Church met present. The hostesses served or-

William C. Eippel of the :last week at the home of the ange juice as the guests arrived.

Kissimmee Garden Club will asI president Miss Helen Bass. I Mrs. Joe Johnston opened the

sist in the workshop project. During the business session meeting with prayer. Miss Mary
I the budget for the coming year Tiller gave a devotional on trees.
New Books AddedAt I was proposed and accepted. The General Association has a'IV }

Hart MemorialNew i i Mrs. Duncan McFarland presented taken as its project the equippingof
the on Lord the kitchen when
I I program new the next)
books added to the :Teach Us To Pray". church unit is constructed and]
shelves of the Hart Memorial : Others present were Mrs. Dorothy has asked each circle to assist.!
Library include: I Dunsmore, Mrs. Charles The circle voted to help.It .
Raise High the Roof Beams I Hawk Miss Parah dark, Mrs. was voted to hold all meet- r
Carpenters, j'. D. Salinger; The 1 I Jane Stanko and Mrs. Robert ings bn the first Wednesday morning -

Great Sahara Mousehunt, Catherine Eby. of the month at 9:30 and to

Collins & Miggs Pomeroy; I serve only a drkJc. .
Two-thirds of a Coconut Tree, I Mrs. Jessie Hinckley had chargeof
: Rebekahs To
Allen H. Smith; The .case of the j Hold the program and used as .her

Mischievous Doll, Earl Stanley Rummage Sale ','. theme"Lifting Up."
Gardner; Moon Spinners, Mary I .... -.. ...- he,:ti IY.meeting will be heldwilt
Stewarts-The Scent JfoL: Roses, |I " - _"Mri Pollom at 115 Brack '
A rummage sale will be given ::, *: *.. :
Allen Leslie The Pumpkin Eat- SC; '
er Penelope Mortimer; MarthaIn by the Officers Club of the Kiss- j'c that series three full glasses

Paris, Margery Sharp; Lady .immee Rebekah Lodge Friday I Bethany Circle .
and Saturday at the.former Tar.
Rich Elizabeth B. Coker; Cen- II
tura John Updike; Triumph I cat building at the corner of To Meet MondayThe ,
and Salt, I Main and Vine, beginning at
Philip Wylie; Honey -.
Bethany Circle of the First I .
7:30 a.m. ;.:
Carl Sandburg and The Natural
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United Presbyterian Church will ..
Method of Dog Training, Leon All members are Invited to a Jr.
meet Monday evening at 8 0'-
covered dish birthday supper on
Whitney. clock in the educational building
Four books from Monday at the home of Mrs. .
Sixty new
with Mrs. Carl Kenton
Lucy Hamlin, 611 Bay Street, at presiding.Mrs.
pre-school to teenagers, have
Ralph Rupert will be the
been added to the children's de-I 6:30 p.m. They are asked to leader of the Bible discussionand
by the JuniorVoman's bring table service and a gift or
members are asked to bring
dub; All young folks are wel- I the birthday exchange. their Bibles. .:
come to use the Library. The regular meeting of the
Hostesses will be Miss Medora
Library Hours are: 9 a.m. to lodge will be at Gatorland Tues Russell and Miss Janet Easdale.

1 p.m. daily and 6 p.m. to day night; at 8 p.m. All members This will be the last meeting 3' f I c

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4. The Klssknmee Catette Kissimmee, Fla.. Thurs., June 13, 1963,decided after due delibration it SOME OF THE more wary County Takes Elks To Observe

thought Kelly should be impeached. members of the House recognizedthe Gun I
Yacht Club Adds
This also was a bipartisan implications of the censure, County Jumps Step In Problem: Flag Day Friday
with the so that idea was soundly de.
Four New MembersThe decision Democrats voting County commisisoners have
without dissent to impeach feated. By a narrow vote, the Frioay June 14th, is fee date
regular meeting of the and the. Republican opposing.? House voted against sending im- With Show Plans"Osceola I decided agreement to with enter Florida Into Sanitarium an for the observance of National

Tohopekaliga Yacht Club was The Republican duly noted that peachment charges to the and Hospital to take Flag Day throughout the United
held June 3 with 54 members the evidence presented could be Senate. States. And KissimnMe Elks
and other : St. Cloud Chamber of Com care of incompetent persons
attending. Four new memberswere considered either in favor of or If it had happened in any County needing temporary housing. Lodge No. 1873 is. proud to take
accepted into the Club against impeachment, dependingon courtroom, this would have end- counties in the MidFloridaarea merce Manager Gordon Osceola Dawson The patients wounld not be part in this most worthy ana
Dan Ed Parker Hulin too frequently get in on Secretary of the
Autrey, the viewpoint. ed Kelly's case. The courts don'tallow
Recreational Committee entered there for cure but important event, which te to remind -
Snyder, and Andrew IvanhoIL When the matter reached the double jeopardy. But the the tag end of State projects County
have appointed by the County rather to be held until room i all Americans m the land
The cruise for this month had House does. "However, they
CAPITOL LETTEti House floor apparently many Commissioners ported that in some other hospital would what our Flag stands for.
to be changed from Lake Hatch- thought the evidence weak. So a The judge then had the nerve anticipated Florida recreational and- efforts are already underwayin become available under the I Special Flag Day ceremonies

ineha to the Oasis because of By JERRY MOCK new twist was tried-a censure, not to thank the House for its "jumped the development gun" by spongysoring an effort to secure a large terms of the agreement. were held by the Elks Lodge on
low water, so 13 boats were at Perry News Service which would take a majorityvote. decision that it was not an impeachable the first Mid-Florida tract of wilderness land to be The cost would be $28.21 a Sunday afternoon, June 9th, in

Friars Cove on Saturday night, TALLAHASSEE The Houseof matter. Furious at his Sportsman's Show to be held converted to a recreationalarea. day plus $5 a visit by the doc- the Lodge hall under the direc-
and another 4 came on Sunday Representatives! in its first The idea of a censure could be remarks after the trial the in the Agricultural Center, tors.The tion of Exalted Ruler Jack

morning to swim at Southport. I week of the extended session taken two ways. If you really House went back the next day July 3-6," General Chairman Fred McDaniels Kissimmee agreement would pre- White, which were witnessed
gave an indication of how dear got into the spirit of the thing and voted articles of impeachment ; Frank Poffenbaugh St. Cloud Chamber of Commerce Man- vent such a delay as occured and well received by a large .

CARD OF THANKS ocracy can work at its worst. you could consider it a badge of Ford dealer, told a joint meet-I' ager stated that during his about a month ago when the number of members and their

I wish to thank Dr. Strasser The matter at hand was the honor; maybe the next best Maybe that showed him. Maybe ing of the Committee, Chamber stay at the Florida Development authorities tried for hours to I families. Chairman HIll May, of
and the nurses of the Osceola bipartisan issue of impeachmentof thing to being chastized by the next time he'll eat humble of Commerce managers, Commission display in I get an alleged incompetentinto I the Americanism Committee ar- ,
Circuit Judge Richard Kellyof Johns Committee a sort of Mc- York he received I the hospital. ,
Hospital and the many friends pie.Maybe and representatives of local New City, ranged a special Flag Day observance I
who helped me in so many Pasco County, recently infiltrated Carthyism by degrees. The trou-. also, there are those sports and recreational organ. inquiries from industrial representatives !! Other county commisison for the regular lodge
during illness. by a group of Republicans. ble with that, however, is that who think the behaviour of the izations. interested in lo- '! items yesterday included:

ways Elnora my"Georgia Gal" Beforehand, a bipartisan committee not everyone has the same opinion House was more deplorable than "The larger counties have cating in Florida, as to the I i The county may establisha meeting June 11th.Exalted .on Tuesday evening
Woodward of six Democrats and one I of the Johns Committee. That any: charged against the judge. the facilities and the funds to county's facilities for golf i I recreational program of
Republican was chosen to decide man down at the University of get in' on the beginning of and other sports and recrea- :, sorts so as to be able to clear Ruler Jack Whitewishes
South Florida after Cigarette Tax I five acres of land the school to make a special appealto
whether it thought Kelly shouldbe being chas State projects which will ben tional activities. |
tized by the Johns Committee Show i board owns east of St. Cloud all residents of Osceola! Coun-
impeached. The bipartisan got efit their areas. Alerted by The Sportsman's ,
SHRIMP I committee included some of the an excellent job in the East. Now Brings $5,881.57 the report of a two year studyof Committee heard reports and j The land would be used as a ty to support the observance of ,

In A Basket i top partisans in the democratic everyone, however wants to go Richard B. Keating, director of recreational needs by the began to formulate plans for Negro ball park. Flag Day on Friday, June 14th. ,
party balanced by one of the top back East, and it might be diffi- the State Beverage Department Governor's Committee on Rec- the evening shows and other I by showing the American Flag
FREEZE'ITEDRIVEIN men in the Republican party. cult to find a suitable place to reports that Kissimmee will receive -reational Development this activities. Further details will [I City To Hold not only at all business establishments -
II society after the censure of the $5,881.57 for cigarette taxes time we are on the ground be released as soon as con- : of the communities, but
THE BIPARTISAN committee House. for the month of April. floor. The Mid-Florida Sports tracts are confirmed. Formal HearingsThe also in every residence of our
I I Another meeting is planned ; County. "Let us all reconfirm
man's Show will your
..f.: :::: :;:;:;:;:;:;::;:;:;:;:;::;:;::;:;:;:;:;::;::::: ;:::::::::::;:::;:::::::::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;::;:;:;:;:::::::::::::::::=::::: ::::=:::=:::::::::=:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::;:;:;::::;:; ;::;:;::::::::::: :::::: .:.::.:::. and recreational organizations give sports for Friday, .June 7th, at 7:30: !. a formal city hearing commission on two will controversial hold-I beliefs in the American way

P. M. in the Kissimmee Valley -
the opportunity to portray requests for rezoning on of life by displaying our American
their existing programs and Agricultural Center. All Flag on that day" Jack
June 25, it has been
interested parties are invited I
make their needs known White reiterated.
: The meeting, in the
said Poffenbaugh. to attend.
r room at city hall, will begin

V I at 8 pjn.,, City Mgr. Charles City To Tighten -

4 :'j !3: r. Elementary School NewsBy i Jackson Both rezoning said. requests involve Beverage Laws .; F

p S residents in Dellwood Park. C- City Atty. Ed Brinson has

Peggy Bradbury I H. Lucas is asking that propertyof been Instructed to study city I
his to the south of Dellwood ordinances governing the sale
be changed from single family+ of alcoholic beverages in the
I ............ Principal Louis Feuerstein announces VIonday and will continue in operation dwelling
........... I dwelling and two-family city with the idea of tightening
::.::.:.::.: the final honor roll for until 2. Time will '
.... August commercial
; to
:..:..:...: .... requirements them up.
the Kissimmee Elementary 12 o'clock in the
be from 10 to '
business. Riley Miles is asking Of particular interest Is the
School for this year. The follow- ]morning and 1 to 3 o'clock in the to
; I that he be given permission sale of beer and wine for consumption
ing students are to be congratu- ,afternoon. This is an excellentway :haw a bulk plant behind the on the premises

r ; lill lated for their scholastic ac for children to keep up read- ;i j Dellwood 66 service station. The state beverage department .
complishments.Named habits during vacation. They
ing !{ The zoning commission held received a request for
i to the yearly honor roll :should take advantage of these i i hearings on both requests and such a license from a service
I' f are: Fourth Grade, Martha ,facilities.For .denied them. Because oft this station.
.... 4 sA .... i Fletcher and Sheila McCall. Fifth long range planners school the cases have been appealed to
) Grade, Iva Kay Milar. Suzanne will start next September 3. I the city commission.. I
F Fletcher and Paula Shore. Sixth Have a happy and a safe va- t County Receives

Grade Nina Wells, Roberta Han- cation! New Electric Rates I Race Track Tax
kins and David ,Dyer.
Honor Roll recipients for the Shingle Creek \ Due In AugustA \ State Comptroller Ray Green
.x .' -'- last six week's reporting periodare said today checks for $6,000 from
M' : Fourth Grade, Carrie Par- Church ActivitiesThe 1 series of new electric rate the race track tax fund are be-

. tin, Jacqueline Stoddard, Susan 3rd Vacation Bible School' schedules were adopted bi the ing mailed to each of the 67

.;., t I Rooney, Scarlett Hudson, Mark is being conducted this week in ,I city commission last Tuesday counties.The .
Lidik, Connie Irving Martha the Shingle Creek Church, with night. They become effective to comptroller said the tot
; s y.K J.* Fletcher, Sheila McCall, John good attendance and interest be- i August for July consumption. al received by each county to
Miller Joe Johnston :: The electric bills for almost I date for the current fiscal year
Angela ing shown. On Sunday, every-
Parker Underwood work :1! everyone will change. Some will from the race track tax
Bonita Randy is invited to view the
II i What makes a COl\tP.l\\PO\ or/{ / j X46:, I!!!! Harvey, Janice Schunk, Peg- one of the children which will be on I i j go down. Others wilt go up. fund is $199,000, or $6,500 more
company .< .... gy Thomas, Judy Smith and display in the Educational Building :! But, according to Day & Zimmerman than each county received for the
.... | same period last
.... Sally Garner. of Philadelphia, rate year.
at the close of the morning
:::: . certainly not At Florid :::: the rates should There will be one more distribution -
:::: Not size .not capital resources age; Fifth Grade Mary Jane Acree, worship hour. The school will also -: study engineers 1 1I
t Telephone we believe il is the degree to which a company equipped to ; ,- ;;m; Mike Ward, Iva Kay Milar, Ter- have a part in the morning I prove to be attractive enough to I of the race tax fund A-'
:::::::: meet the present and future needs of its customers . modern equipment ; :::::::: esa Williams, Debbie Northrop, service. :> increase consumption. June. 30.

:::;: . aggressive management . industrious work force . the abilttgMJtyato'think ,... :::: James Yates, Suzanne Fletcher, Rev. Hanks has been assignedas : The engineering firm had recommended RepresentativesTo
::: ahead&ofathe. situation! d be ready for.;problem when_ t"J. "* :, J:::; Bill Fraser, Penny Goodrich, pastor of the. Church for another I one set of rates, buteity
...::...:.:f. & J"ocoirsr'. FloridaTeep, one IS large *,. it irelatively ora. . but most ISii< A3 t"C.fT 1k -- .:...:...:...:... ,Paula Shore; end DannyiSchoUrSixth - '*year by :.tKe;BfiHSp" amd' commissioners asked a re- Attend Synod

.'::::::= . .. .. important- . it ..is. ""cboemporary." .' \<.-. f \: ..- t L .saTo ..'}.' tnr f> ,I_ :::.:::.:::.:::. Sherry Irving Grade.Patty Crissann Ann Muller.Fort, his cabinet of the Floridlr Methodist I I study.which This resulted finally were in the adopted.schedules Attending the Synod of Florida ,
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.::::::::: keep pace with our modern methods we are introducing our new ..=-4! :::::::: Jerry Mutter, Larry Stanley. Conference which convened The original report said that I of the United Presbyterian i
week and will
:: ; trademark, which' is'show.n. below. This is your SYMBOL OF SERVICE. it ft i :::: Nancy Stark, Alice Wooten, in Lakeland last i i the cost of making service avail-I Church, U.S.A. Monday. Tuesdayand t tI ,
be in the pulpit next Sunday.
: Sheryl Ivy, Cindy Herzberg, Lynn I able to the customer is $8.54 excluding -I II' I Wednesday, June 10 to 12th
/ Services will be at 10:20: a.m. In Fort Lauderdale Forrest
Jewell Colleen Kather- This includes
II1111 O'Meally, fuel costs.
IiI and 6:30 p.m. The Church I' Hayes and Dr. D. Coe Love j
ine Prentice, Bonita Lee, Sharon department service. It means I
School, under the leadership of Mrs. Lester W. Geisler and t
.TC. Schmidt Sara Karen of the
. .. Langford that about 49 per cent
;;;;;i "Symbol :? FLORIDA TELEPHONE CORPORATION ......;...1 Beckett, Judy Williams William Roma Bronson. will meet at 9:30as residential customers are paying,Miss Ida Margaret Johnston arc
... usual attending the Florida $ynodicni
Walls, Ronnie Munson. Nina less than the cost of the electri-
01".t Wells Robert HanHns and David The Woman's Society of Chris- I in Fort Lauderdale. They all represent t
I Service is announcing an city.Even i the First Presbyterian" iI

\\t ::: : : : : JII Dyer.The school library in the Cen- open meeting for everyone next more than with a third the of new the schedule custom. I I Church in Kissimmee. i

: tral building will be open this Tuesday night, June 18, when ers will be paying less than cost.
summer for students to check Miss Ida Johnston, a mission Florida played! host to more t
; :; t $m :j:: ::::::: :i1a: ::=.; : : ; :=. m::: :::::::::=': :='::::: i::?:: ?:?:::::::;:; : ;:;::::? ;:;:;? ::i:::::::::: ::::: :; :::::?:m: ::?:: : ;::;::;: : : :: ::: out books. The library opened ary on furlough from India will than a million visitors during ::

be the featured speaker. There each of months of 1962. l
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Florida in 1962 broke all previous
will also be special music. A They were, in the order of their :.:;
tourist records with more
fellowship hour will follow the popularity with vacationers, July. ;
visitors and 1.3
than 13 million a
program with the "Executive 1.6 million; June, L4 million;
cent increase over the pre-
Committee as hostesses.The per Farris August, 1.3 million; December
ceding Governor
Official year and March with 1.1 million each
June meeting of the
Board will be held at 7:30 Bryant Official said Florida yesterday.Development I I and February and April with

I ii Thursday, the 20th, at 7:30 in Commission figures show that a slightly over a million apiece.
missed the million mark
the educational building.The total of 13,010,389 visitors spent anuary
midweek worship service $2.146,714,185 during the year the by only 6,000. October and May
will be on Wednesday at 7:30. Governor reported. The tourist were the slowest' months tourist-
wise with 781,665 and 867,796, re-
. mil-
i '- increase of more than $104
The overall water control pro- spectively.
gram, for the Kissimmee River lion over 1961. official Governor Bryant urged Florida
Governor Bryant called the
flj00Z4 plus the Upper River Basin, citizens to treat the record-break
"particularly grati-
S Quality will serve a drainage area of 2- figures ing numbers of tourists with hospitality -
fying in view of the various set-
I S 391 square miles in five counties backs the state suffered throughthe so "they will all return
north of Lake Okeechobee. Miles again and further increase futureears'
year. "
said. / tourism.




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The Kissimmee Fla., 11Htrsrinse IS 1963 5
To Hold j i head have returned to New'Tax Collections Legion To Install Gazette. Kissimmee. _
Waterford Ohio to spend the I Examinations To I Dance To Be Herd-
Special MeetingsOrange summer. Ahead In StateA Officers TonightThe

Blossom Lodge No. 80 : The Walter Broomfields American Legion Post here Be Held In July !I Saturday Night
report from Richard B.
F.&A.M. announced have returned to their sum- and its auxiliary will hold installation I i A dance will be held at the
that due to' The Florida
Keating. State Ment System
mer home at Mineola, New Beverage Director, of officers dinner Youth Center right from
the heavy work schedule will' thata4'fl/ following a Saturday
it Director Gerald
York after spending the win shows the state is nearly $2.5 mil L. Howell,
Thursday.The 7:30 to 11:30 with "The TemptatioDs" -
be necessary to hold two special Motor lion ahead of last in announced that examinationswill
ter at the Kissimmee year ciga-
meetings & dinner will start at 7 p.m., be held in providing the .-ie. Ad.
CourtMr. rette and beverage tax collectionsat July for Social
On 17th and the installation is scheduled mission will be 50c per person.
there will be Worker I
a the close-out of ; Public Account
F and :Mrs. Earl G. Rocker the nth monthof
About 200) records are still
I pjruInstalling
Communication beginning'at
BETTY EBY have returned after a visit -' fiscal 1962-63. ants Auditor I, Sanitarian I,
7:00 By the men will be Ni- available at lOc each. The prot:
p.m. with work in the Statistician I
I Tuckahoe New Jersey. The Director said his depart- and many other
Entered Apprentice Degree. At I at cholas D :esky. Mt. Dora sixth positions eed from the sale of these will
Mrs. Margaret Doherty has ment collected $7,5J2,297. during throughout the
district commander. Installing the toward the of
the go purchase new
regular meeting, which begins State.
returned after spending sev- May 1963, bringing the total for
at 8:00 p.m. work will be in the women will be his wife presidentof records and curtains.
eral weeks in Illinois. the past 11 months to J82.521.- Applicants qualifying on
Fellow Craft Degree. Carol L. Turnbull a former 93&12. the sixth district. these tests will be placed on : Painting on the inside and out
i Saturday, June 22nd there will Legion Post officers being in- side of the building will be completed
On the birthday list this mont, Texas are visiting their resident of Kissimmee was lists from which present and
be work in the Master Mason week we find Kay Greenough parents, Mr and Mrs. G. S. graduated June 7th, from the The steady increase each month stalled are Wendell Ketchum,I future state job vacancies can by next week and once
Degree. The first section will startat Leroy and Mary Corwin, Murphy in their home at Or- naval school at Bainbridge reflected by the department's re- commander; Bill Heeren Wallace. be filled. I again the parents are invited and
5:00 p.m., and after refreshment George Westover, Callie Neid, ange Gardens. Md. and received the ratingof ports for the past several monthswas Auger, Jess Bean vice com- Applications and a scheduleof I urged to visit the center. A few
the second section will be- Gill Brooks, Olga Lee, Jo Ber- Cathy and Michele Keating Seaman Apprentice. She in evidence again for May. manders; K. Norman White finance these and other examinations have stopped by but they would
gin promptly at 7:00 p.m ta Bronson, Rickey Jones Patsy Milwaukee are visiting their will now be stationed at Great Net collections increased 5.74 percent I officer; George Lewis ser- to be given on July 13. like to see many more.
During July, August and September -I Manning, Hugh Donahue grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lakes Illinois for 16 weeks. over May. 1962 Keating said.' geant-at-arms and George Gegen- may be obtained at your local Jim Pun-ell director, says that
the Lodge returns to the i i Herbert Stahl: Billy Pollom, Clark Duffy in Orange Gar Mrs. Al Mary) Kerr has The overall increase for the 11- heimer. chaplain. I Florida State Employment help is needed to cteaa the windows
summer schedule of one monthly t O P Johnson, Larry Newman dens. They will be joined by I returned from a vacation in !month period compared to last I[Service offioe: or by writing and asks volunteers to come
meeting, held on the third Mon- Gary Michael Ketchum, their parents and two broth- Pennsylvania. She was accom- year is 3.07 per cent. Jerry Miller Is directly to the Florida Merit Saturday morning about 10 a.m.

day of each month. Clara Hilgoe Tissie Buckels, ers and two sisters this week, panied by her daughter and Accounting for the major portion M-14 Rifle ExpertArmy I System, Doyle E. Carlton
Ruby Duke Gary Suhl, B. ,G. end. granddaughter, Mrs Betty of the revenue is: Tax on ,Building, Tallahassee Florida -I Raymond Clyde Gets
FEET ACHE. ILCH2 Grissom, Mark Overstreet, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Spenceare I Bronson and Suzanne. While liquor $21,255,350.79; beer $20.- Specialist Four Jerry I New
tftt.<4 of No all wonder your bones they ache are IB well the,I, Leroy Bass Peggy Jones, J. spending their vacation at I there she attended the 50th 121030.06; wine, $5,931,307.10; cig- L. Miller, 22, son of Mr. and :'Friendship Inc. To II' AssignmentArmy .
perapirr itch. Bathe feet twice G Matz Hilda Downey, Pearl Schenectady, New York. year class at Westminster College arettes, '$$33,108,709.12; license to Mrs. Leo J. Miller 2112 Ninth Specialist Five Raymond
of daily the with 53 bone T-4-L. 66 Solution joints pint for relief 11 la- ie Bryan Bette Sammons I Mr. and Mrs. Otto Brinker and received her 50th sell liquor. 1627689.28; and license St., St. Cloud, Fla., qualifiedas I Hold Potluck Picnic I C. Clyde, 25. son of Mr
ments. Curb athlete's foot too Harvey Jones, Donnie Moore I have left for a visit at Chicago year diploma. to sell beer and wine. $258- expert in firing the M-14 I II and Mrs Henry C. Clyde
sloughs e f f infection watch! Pete Mears, Marcene Stand- Dl.Elnora. Mrs. William A. Sawyers of 430.0L rifle at Fort Riley, Kan., earlyin The June meeting of the 1114 Minnesota Ave., St
health back at ulcin any drug replace store it) if or not your pleased 48e.j ridge, Alice Ann Harbinson. "Georgia Gal" I Janet Street has returned May. Friendship Club will be a potluck Cloud. Fla. was assigned to
IN ONE HOI'K. TODAY at all' Best wishes to each of you. I Woodard is recuperating at home. after spending several I The large amount of revenue Specialist Miller is a team luncheon i to be held June 20th I the U. S. Continental Army
draft store Congratulations too are her home following a very weeks at Lakeland with her contributed annually by the State leader in Company B of the : at 12:30 at the Orange Gardens Command's headquarters at
I sent to Charlie and Thelma i serious illness. son, James M. Sawyers and (Beverage Department to the State 1st Division's 2d Battle : Community House. I Fort Monroe. Va. May 28
LITTLE PILES Dixon and Gay and Jack Lyons -' Mr. and Mrs Harry Eng-- family. They are announcingthe (!General Revenue Fund makes the Group, 8th Infantry He enter > All ladies are asked to bring Clyde. an administrative
who are celebrating their I lander are vacationing on arrival of a daughter, Andrea j department the second largest ed the Army in June 1961. His :i their own table service and a I specialist, entered the Armyin
or SAWDUST wedding anniversaries this i I Long Island, New York. Helen, on May 22. Mother contributor to this fund Keating wife, Charlotte lives in Junc- covered dish. The beverage will 1 June 1960 and was last assigned .
m YOUH tPOWDER week Mr. and Mrs. George Abbey and daughter are doing noted. tion City, Kan. be furnished. i at Fort Stewart Gad
Leo and Millie Schumakerand left this last week to visit fine.
MAY MEANx boys. Mark and Scott. in Waynetown, Indiana. I I
POST left last week for a few days Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Loomis I i Methodists We are celebrating our First

BEETLESOr 'J visit with relatives and I left last week to spend the I: Hold Year in our new building ... and
: friends at their former home summer at their home in Ed I I Annual Bible School SELL A BRAT ION
call Mt. Airy N. C. They were I meston. New York. are extending all these money

kin 1 accompanied by Mrs. Bess I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W I I I 1 I The annual Vacation Bible saving values to you our . .
Schumaker of Orlando who Paul have returned to Elyria !I School of the First Methodist
I plans to spend the remainder Minn to spend the summer I I Church got underway this weeki customers.SALE .
for the sake of your home I of the summer in Mt. Airy. months. i i with Mrs. Donald Brown as general CONTINUES THRU ALL OF JUNE.
Edith Spencer and Marjorie Steve Miller genial vice I superintendent and Miss Helen -
CALL I Fish left last week for her I( president of the First National Bass her assistant. 10% OFF SPECIAL BUYRedwood

847-3489 I summer home at Glen. Spey Bank' his wife and familyare I Classes are held from 9 to 11:30 Clearance On Nursery StockSPRINKLERS
,: New York. I vacationing for three. ,each morning and will continue ON ALL Tubs
Mrs. Homer Evans left this weeks. j i through Friday June 21st, being
"'' week for Kalamazoo, Michi Mr. and MrS. Frank Green I i concluded with a covered dish H 16x11 2.60 READY TO BLOOM

: gan to spend the summer left last week to spend their supper that night. CLAY POTS and POTTERY 12x12 2.50 GERANIUMS GERBEADAISIES
months. vacation at Spruce, Michigan. i i The department heads and their
t I I. Mr. and Mrs. Norris Irwin Esther Pollom and children i workers are: Kindergarten: Mrs. GARDEN HOSESPRINKLER 14x14 .- 2.90 Regular
,i left this week for their sum- I Barbara Bobby and Billy left I JO. D. Whittington Jr., superintendent 89c 79c
mer home at Granville, Ohio. last week for a vacation at : ; Sandra Lee Close Foy HOSE 10x8 1.80

I 1 i!I Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll I' Crawfordsville Indiana ;(Hoffman Jan Rogers Susan GARDEN TOOLS 12x9 1.95 ANNUALS Rtgular 59c
have returned after a tour j'I Mrs. Clara Hilgo is vaca- !'Schield, Mrs. Murray OverstreetJr. 3 INCH POT
I through the Eastern states !, tioning at Lombard Illinois. and Mrs. Francis Murray. TRELLIS Wood or Aluminum 16x10 2.50
and a visit with friends and I I Frank Larimore has returned workers. 49cFINAL
69c 2/M30
i, relatives in Ohio. John also I to his summer home at Primary Mrs. Harry Northrup, INSECTICIDESPEAT or
($ t1d'S".r'td i attended a class reunion at Edgartown, Massachusetts. superintendent; Mrs. Frank Kelley -
I his Alma Mater, Kenyon Col- Charles Jackson our city Mrs. Edwin Whitewolf Mrs. WE CARRY
luncheon or dinner rcudes- ': lege. manager and his family are Lester Shreckengast and Mrs. D. METAL WADING CLOSE-OUT
DOS in Central" FloridaDelipkt Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wil- vacationing for a couple of H. Morton, Ray Cody and MaryJo ROSEBUSHES 20% Off
your family . honor your gutitt i j Hams left last week for a weeks. Shreckengast, workers. POOLS
. by bringing them to this truly month's tour of the Western' Mrs. Iva Schlofamn left this I Junior-Mrs. Rachel King, .superintendent 50c. bu. Just A Few Left. . Better Hurry!
unique dinluy room. ; states with their daughter week to spend the summer : Mrs. Earlene Roberson 5',6',7',8', Diameter ,
VP,. co...... a Parrst : Anne, who conducts Williams : at Troy Ohio. 00
..... Mrs. Blanche Danford, Mrs. 3forlORTHO
t t1 >> : ; Tours out of Birmingham. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Ayresare I Bill Gephart, Mrs. Eugene Spiers -
"n l ni and Mrs. John Abbey spending the summer and Linda Lupfer workers. .
..I : are vacationing in Kansas. months at Hendersonville I '2.78 VALUE
... } ROSE
I. IYe .r Mr and Mrs Milton Mur- North Carolina.I .
V I e.aataa Oriente phy and children of Beau I and Mrs. A. E Aiken- I SHOP IN KISSIMMEETOTAL SPECIAL! ORTHOVEGETABLE AND
Rose Dust and '

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6 The Kisslmmee Gazette Klsslmmee Fla. Thurs., June 13, 1963 Inside

BPWC Members To Insurance I People, Spots In The News I SPORT :I I Ii i Citrus Lending

Payments .
I Program Continues

Attend Meeting: IncreaseFlorida ALL BY ITSELF is bat By AI Silverman '-'
of Detroit's AI Kalineas The lending program at bor: and J J. Parritfa Jr. of
'-' he fast-ducks a pitch Editor Sport Magazine Florida Citrus Credit Association TIt sville. The Association's
District five of the Florida ties on Saturday including the :
families received $32.- by Boston hurler Earl continues to follow its field offices are located in "-
Federation of Business and Professional final banquet and installation of 600.000 in life insurance death 'Vison.! CREDO OF A RACE usual plan in making loansto Euatis, Winter Haven Dade
Women's Clubs has en- officers that evening. They are benefit under DRIVER. Pameffi Jones, who citrus growers. In May, the City Fort Pierce. and Se-
dorsed Mrs. Avis K. Griffen as Mrs. Martha Marshall, first vice payments 23500 was fastest qualifier at the Association disbursed loans !bring.
a candidate for the state recording president Mrs Frances Brownell .policies during the first three I Indianapolis 500 two years in amounting to $1,815,430 to 84
months of this year. has his
comparedwith < u h a row, On philosophyabout
secretai-. Mrs. Captola Reed Miss
grower-members, twelve of
$29,300,000 under 20,200 being a racing driver."I .
Election of state officers will Lottie Lawler and Mrs. Frances policies in the corresponding know this," Jones says. "I whom were new members The ARCADE
be held during the four-day con- Sue Nyberg.A per- like to drive.and I like to race.I Association is continuing to
iod of last year, the Institute of
vention to be held June 13-16 at report of the convention will really enjoy it. . You wantto accept applications from new THEATREMATINEES
the Robert Meyer Hotel in Jack- be given at the regular meetingto Life Insurance reports. win. You want to be first. members.
sonville. be held June 19 at 8 p.m. in "This first quarter total com. So, you push yourself a little Rehabilitation of citrus :
with $9,300,000 under 10- harder than should. If
Mrs. Griffen has served as the community building.Missionary pares you property is a part of the loan
: 000 policies in the corresponding luck's with you you do win. i -
president of the Kissimmee Business --z purposes where It is economically -
ten It gives you a real feeling of EVENING KBFOftMANa PM
period years ago, the In- ,
and Professional Women's To t .\ excitement. Not scared excite- I practical reports Al
Clubs for two years as district stitute commented. "The 251 per POLLY BERGEN, herself \C.. "1 \ ment. But real excitement. . I Whitmore, General Managerand I Fri. Sat. June 14-15
cent rise in amount paid in the. -:- Most work hard I member the Executive
five director for two years, and Speak Here impeccably accoutred, con- people every of
as state expansion chairman for decade is a reflection of the widened -, tends women on TV generally ; day of their lives and yet they i Committee The Association "FLIPPER"Chuck
Miss Ida Margaret Johnston and increased ownership of aren't well-dressed. r never have anything. Maybe I a credit cooperative operates Conaer
the past year. R. N. Supervisor of Nurses at life insurance, however, and not I they don't risk anything but I throughout the citrus product -
She has also served the local Luke Halpta
the Memorial Hospital in Fateh- an increase, in mortality, as the I N : t they have nothing to risk. I t ing areas of the state making
club in several other capacities.She LiJ have everything I could want :
garh, India and of rate i i
a missionary death among policyholders i ; in life. I have to risk it all the loans to fit the needs of grow
was formerly employed as the United Presbyterian Church, is relatively unchanged from that! I! i time, but that's the only way ers for production and capital "RETURN OF THE FLY"Vincent
service at I
a civil secretary U.S.A. will be the guest speaker of a decade ago. For the nation j to get it, and it's the only way purposes. Price
Coy Air Force Base and is now, at the 11.00 A.M. service in the as a whole the ten-year rise to keep it." Director-members of the Ex.
associated with the Cape Coral First United' Presbyterian in death benefit payments has!" ecutive Committee are: F. Sun. Mon. June 16-17

division of Gulf Land Corp. Church Kissimmee on Sunday. been 114 per cent. :, 1 I SHORT TAKES. I Earl Peppercorn of Orlando.
Other delegates who will attend June 16th. Chairman and J. Dan
Of -aggregate first quarter j . Baltimore orioles' outfielder ; ; Wright iMD
the full convention will be! Miss Johnston is on a short furlough payments in this state this year !i Jackie Brandt has been I Jr., of Sanford. Other members +r

Mrs. Wanda Barnette, president:.i visiting her mother and 519,900,000 was under 5,700 ordinary I taking guitar lessons. It has j of the Board of Directors
and Mrs. Bea Combs. Five other other relatives in Kissimmee. She policies; 58,500,000 was under -I 1 been tough going but Jackie ; are: Douglas R. Igou, Eustis.
delegates will attend the activi-wilt be returning to India in July. 1 3,500 group life insurance' I is progressing. "I finally made : President Lorin T. Bice of
I j it," he said recently. "I've Haines City. Vice President:
t YEAR ceramic
certificates; and 54,200,000 was I II for 'America
learned to play J. Earl Anderson of Lakeland.
under 12,300 industrial insur-, E fSTRONG by William i, the Beautiful' .
Ford W
I Moody of Palm Hars
ance policies. 1963 president of I _ _
For the nation as a whole, $1,- Council of America'ONE .
i death i Navlgallon uoys Are II
A Family MatterThe 093,400,000 was paid as I
claims under 637,400 policies in

the first quarter of 1963, compared I I : BoatlnClo' Road Sigils i I 1 IYDIQR'P4Ka'x k" t 1YtWER&R S
family alone should select the with $994,800,000 under 590- I II : Although navigation buoys are kept to the right of the boat r -------- --- -- .--
I 200 policies in the corresponding old stuff to most experienced Black buoys marked with odd
funeral director who, in their opin- I period of last year. Of this year's i j outboard skippers there are numbers show the left side of SOUTH TRAIL

ion, will serve them best. Obviously first quarter payments, 5604,600-: I many newcomers and even a the channel. The numbers on
I 000 was under i i,200 ordinary 1 few old timers who still find buoys get bigger as you go fur-
this decision should be made $387.000,000 under I them quite confusing. If your ther in from seaward. DRIVE-IN THEATRE
policies; I
I knowledge of buoys isn'that I
without outside influence or pres- 145,800 group certificates; and I i it should be this explanation Some buoys are equipped with
r sure. Choosing a funeral director $101,800,000'was under 297,400 I i from: the Evinrude Boating News lights and various sound devices I ORLANDO, FLORIDA
industrial policies. : I Seryice should help you to better to facilitate navigation at nightor I
should always be strictly a family For the nation as.a whole the i iquarter's understand them. when visibility is poor. '
MEMIER. Lighted or sound buoys are -
death benefit paymentswere I
THE ORDER matter. 4I Buoys are used to mark chan painted either color depending June 13, 14, 15.
10 cent larger than a I
per nels as well as underwater obstructions
GOLDEN OF THC RUIII' year ago and the payments to I IF BY SEA -' Robert (jllir.s of Delafield, Wis. shoals and other navigational these upon buoys their use.and other Descriptions navigation of I TERftOft Of TH MOW HUNTERS'...

living policyholders were 3 per gives son John a ride in English-made sidecar that hazards. The shape, aids for different sections of the I 7:45

RlEDEL cent greater. The "living" pay-I converts to a small boat with its own gasoline engine. color, number and the arrangement country can be found in gov- "TALES Of TEftftOft"
I of stripes tell the story.
of ernment publications
ments comprised 56 per cent \
Although some states and municipalities "
"Light Lists. They can be obtained 9:25"EXPEMMCNT
21 HOUR total payments to policyholdersand use different methodsfor from the
beneficiaries. Council Gives marking inland waterways, superintendentof I IN THHtOft"
AMBULANCESERVICE 107 EMMETT STREET Beef documents,Washingtcn, D. C.
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA most adhere quite closely to the 11:00
standard system used on federal Buoys marked with red and I

waters. black horizontal indicate ,
Barbecue a junction or obstruction in the i
Phone: business cardsor Fundamentally there are four June 16, 17 and 18
847-3188 types of buoys in the federal channel. If the top stripe is red. II
I system. They include nuns, cans, the preferred channel is to port. First Outdoor Showing"MY
: Butter Barbecued Beef Steak glowing coals. Use this table t o lighted buoys and sound buoys. If it'is black, keep to starboard.
booklets. I SIX IOVES"
.. I Buoys with black and white
Nuns conical in
111111 1 i I it } I and hot buttered sweet corn will judge cooking time: '. even ,numbers and shape are paintedred. carry vertical stripes are used to indicate 7:45

I II 1 make their debut this summer as I Steaks cut 1-inch thick require Cans are cylindrical, black the middle of.a channel. I "BllK HAW AM"
I j two star performers. when the 18 to 20 minutes for raie stea and are marked with odd num- I 10:00Wednesday
I | food spotlight in Florida switches and 20 to 25 minutes for medium. bers. Long slender buoys, called Learn to understand navigation
I Ito the ; are sometimes used in buoys. Even if you do not
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done steak. I 19th
encounter them on favorite June
.1.1I : This tasty corftbination' really place of nuns or cans. In this your
OLIN 2-inches thick be the color. boating waters, chances are you
Steaks cut require case guided by Admission Night
j sets the stage for outdoor enter I will some day visit waterways I Coupon
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1ll ._ wawaOp I j you'll get top billing as the neigh- I steak and 35 to 45 minutes fo:r the meaning of the colors just remember three words- I "1M( lOST WOOD"
bol'hood's"number one host; by medium-done steak. ,- . rather than the shape of the red-right-returning wiN
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2 I Sirloin, Porterhouse T-Bone or and serve immediatel; when entering from seaward. to your RIGHT when i 9:50 Ody
'ro r ; a v : Club says the Florida Beef I.I with hot buttered corn. J This means the buoy should be TURNING from seaward. RE.'I,'I
Council. the marks t ".6" arm' 'nf..1&i .
the Florida Cattleman's Associa-
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Kirby Hancock, President of, for non-stop' Vacation Fun working rubber on the road. As a result, yousget!

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\ t Association offers this suggestionfor more surface, reducing the strain on each Individual
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For clean odorless even eating, you just can't quickly. We realize this, sirloin about two inches thick I A, ZAS TIRES vacation ever?Then less side-slip on turns, real control Our famous

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and are prepared to ren- below, for about 35 minutesover keep your on not on your Twin Guarantee by 50,000

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heaters, or other approved types of space heating Plycron the tire that puts up to 25% more STANDARD OIL, COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
there is no heating like.gas heating withGreen's. there is no sacrifice in Florida Cattlemen's Butter

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The Klsslmmee Gazette Kissbnmee, Fla., Thare, June IS, 1968 7

HOMEDEMONSTRATION I ty. Florida this the 10th day of neeond Addition. CMceota County-
t Herlong Gives 'I June. 1963.CIRCUIT Florida according( to the Official
( COURT SEALs ) Plat dated on the 17th
NEWS / / GLENN RAY 1 March. A. D. 1MB. and flied and
Clerk of Circuit Court ; recorded among the records
Wlnderweedle. Haines & Ward of Osceola County. Floridaon
Dietrich of Poll 224 Park Avenue. South I the 14th day of April. A..D
By Marilyn ( Report Winter Park. Florida 1999.! In Plat Book One (1) on
r June 13. 20 27. July 4. 1963 page 380.
In the Circuit Court for the Ninth FURTHER that you are requiredto
Summertime on Wheels dishes.Foods While a few of our question- Only 24.8% of yow approvedthe Judicial Circuit of Florida In and fDe your answer to the Complaint -
National and state park of- Which Can Be I naires are still coming in, we proposed new Federal for Osceola County. Florida. In filed to this mortgage foreclosure
Ahead Chancery. No. 6489. First Federal proceedings with the Clerkof
' ficials are preparing for an Prepared have received over 30,000 re sUbsidy for mass urban trans- Savings and Loan Association of the Circuit Court of IW-eola
estimated 200 million family A lesson many travelers 9a plies and have tabulated portation systems. Osceola County. a Corporation organized County. Florida. at Ktednmee Florida
vacationers this learn is to keep foods simple.To favored and existing under the and serve a copy thereof upon
summer. announceincur 82.9 said they
Preliminary %
j i laws of the United States of Am- Plaintiff Attorney. Phillip R Kel-
,Some will stop for a few try and carry along too as to certain of the compulsory arbitration for labor erica. Plaintiff vs PaJmland Enterprise ley. Post Office Box 331. (12 East!
p hours, some overnight and many foods or those that are I questions has already been reported disputes which affected Corp.. a Florida Corporation Monument Avenue) KiMlmmee Florida
et al. Defendants. FORECLOSURE not later than the 15th day
some for several days. complicated in preparation is r in the press. the public convenience and OF MORTGAGE. NOTICEOF of July. 1963. or Decree Pro Con
Whether it's a short trip or unnecessary. Just sitting out Naturally, some of those economy. SUIT fesso will be entered against you
TO: RICHARD R. CAPES resi- THIS notice will be published In
long cross-country excursionthe under the blue sky enjoyingall who object to the results that dence and address unknown. The Klsslmmee Gazette four consecutive
wayside picnic area is a of the relaxing qualitiesof we have found will have reservations THE GREAT MAJORITYof YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat weeks on the following
a suit has been brought dates June 13. 30. 27 and July 4
mother nature will make
I welcome convenience to relieve about the accuracyof the people who answered against ydu. the nature of which is 1963.
periods of driving. State even the simplest meal extra f the poll. All I know is that he* questions on the Cuban to foreclose a mortgage on the DATED this June llth. 1963-
1 park officials watching the tasty. Don't you know how the Supervisors of Registra- situation said that something' hereinafter described real property. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
The name of the Court In which %/ GLENN RAY
growing luncheononthewaytrend much more fragrant coffee is i tion in the nine counties of needed to be done but they the suit has been Instituted Is the Clerk Circuit Court
have found that fam- when it is brewed outdoors? the District said they maileda didn't know exactly what. Of Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial OaceoU County. Florida
Circuit of Florida In and for By W MarJorIe R- Haye-
ilies and particularly the Now as to foods, some can copy to each registered voter the relatively small percentage 'I Osceola County. Florida and the Phillip R Kelley
homemakers-wish for more be prepared in advance and in the country.I who answered one way I title of the case Is as above cap- P.O. Box 331
tloned. and the real estate InvolvedIs (12 E Monument Ave.)
guidance in planning picnic kept in the freezer. Sandwiches want to say again, as I or the other, 915% favored Is following located In Oscenln Klsslmmee. Florida
lunches. The homemaker store well in the- refrigerator said before, if you didn't geta invoking economic sanctionsin County. Florida. \lz ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
needs to know which foods for 12-24 hours under 50 copy of this questionnaireyou cooperation with other i LOT 17 of_. Kissimmee .Highlands June 13. 20. 27 July 4 1963

may be prepared ahead, how degree F. If frozen they will j I had better check with American States; 72.3*; fav- :
to plan nutrition menus that I. keep for longer periods. Pre- .1 your Supervisor .of Registration ored blockading or quarantining -''

travel well, convenient check pare sandwiches by spreading I to see if you are properly Cuba, and actually 68% GOT A GROWING FAMILY?
list of things to remember, bread with soft (not melted) ro : a I registered. It may be that be- of you said we should actually!

and tips on how to pack a butter or margarine. Fillings cause this questionnaire was commit troops for invasion i,
basket. that freeze well include: in a brown manila envelopeand The reasons given in most of j NEED MORE ROOM?

Items To Have on Hand Peanut butter, cheese and RECEIVES DEGREE-Pictured above is Miss Phobe your name was not typed, these instances were that this ',

Much of the "rounding up" cheese spreads, pickeled or Joan Brooks 119 Road she but was addressed with an ad- should be done only as a last j!!
Neptune as was presented at
of picnic supplies can be smoked meats. dressograph plate end there- resort, or eventually we were!
eliminated by keeping stapleson Lettuce and mayonnase the Sullins College Graduation Ball, escorted by Mr. fore didn't appear personalthat going to have to do it-so why| HERE'S YOUR ANSWER.

one convenient place. Such shbuld be carried separately I James Warren, Narrows, Va. The Graduation Ball at Sul you may not have openedit. give them a chance to build i

items may include: v and added to the sandwichesjust lins is traditionally held on the evening preceding the One constituent did report up stronger. This doesn't nec- Lovely suburban estate just-outside

Roasting forks, flashlight, before eating. Or you Commencement Exercises, this year on Saturday, June 1. seeing a number of unopened essarily represent my views,
books of matches, bugbomb, can carry buttered bread and Miss Brooks received her liberal arts diploma from Sullinson questionnaires in a post of- as I think other methods can i( city limits.
can-bottle opener, napkins, fillings separately. Make sand fice waste basket. If this is be adopted to accomplish the ;

vacuum bottle.Disposable wiches of your choice on the Sunday evening,June 2. The Commencement Exerciseswere the case, it is your fault and same result without invasion. 3 Bedrooms, 1 Va Baths, Living Room,

cups, rolls of I spot. held in the Sylvan Theatre, college out-door theatre. not mine or the Supervisors. These are the answers. The I
transparent plastic wrap, Baked goods are "seasoned She was a member of the yearbook staff at Sullins. I .- questionnaires will remain J Florida Room, Dining Room, Large

camera, salt and pepper shako travelers" which may be prepared SOME 7,000 of these ques- on file here in the office for! Kitchen
ers, insulated cooler, plasticSADDLE long ahead, wrapped posing of food refuse. Real EstateTransactions I tionnaires were returned to some time in case anyone j Foyer . Plenty of Closet

carefully in household saran Balance the weight of heavy me here by the Post Office wants to check them. Space.Air .
film and placed in the freezer objects on either side of the Department unreliverable fora i

until desired. The see- basket for easier carrying. variety of reasons, such as I Conditioning Dishwasher.
through quality of the wrap Put unwrapped fruit such as Cleve C. MacLane and wife to moving and leaving no for- School Bus Driver i
Robert C. MacLane and wife. $700.
makes it easy to select the oranges and apples on the bot- Irlo Bronson and wife to Sam L. warding address. If you didn't 86,400 Miles j Hardwood Floors.
foods without opening the tom, lighter foods like Lupfer 3d. Carl W. Riedel. Henry get one, yours may be in this Logs

SHOP wrap. They're ready to gc to wiches, cupcakes, sand-I T ton Simmons.B. Forrester McLynn Jr., Smith.Albert Carl-Rog- group. Mrs. Verna driv-j Two Car Enclosed Garage plus
the picnic directly from the ers. Murray W. Overstreet Jr.. Jess The results we found were began
D freezer. top.To Have Especially For Wilder Thacker and W O. Taylor follows ing .a school bus for the Osceola j l Carport. Tiled Patio.
as trustees of the First Methodist as :
These travel well: Cookouts Church of Ktsslmmee. love end On the question of a tax County school system in 1946 and I j

Rolls, cakes, cookies, do- These items are in additionto affection.Lonnie Jackson and wife to Jon- cut coupled with the so-called is a loyal and dedicated worker. i ALL OF THIS ON LOT 150 x 300

nuts, fruitfilled pies, cup- staples listed under TO nle Bracy. Gwendolyn Johnson. and reforms that the Presidenthas During her 16 years of service IN IDORA PARK
cakes. HAVE ON HAND. Zenobia Thompson. Kissimmee. I' asked, 51.5% of you who 'she has driven 86,400 accident !
Cream filled desserts are Heavy fry pans, stew pots, Angle Guy and husband to H. expressed an opinion on thi tee miles. She has transported i - -
not good hot. weather travel spatula, charcoal briquets, Clay Whaley and wife. St. Cloud. issue favored this proposal, 345,600 passengers and has only;

foods. cutting board, large wooden $12.500.Elizabeth Melle to Florida State but 86.8% of you said that been late for school four times, Our family is grown and it is just

For extra convenience include -- spoon, grill, tongs-for turn- Turnpike Authority minimum there should be no tax cut which was caused by extremely I! too big for Pop and Me.
instant foods or those ing fish or taking potatoesout stamps.Clyde H. Morway and wife to without first reducing Federal -heavy fog and mechanical trouble -i

hLJar.hnI packaged individually, cannedor of the coals, folding Bruce A. Trlffelsen and wife.. St. spending.ON beyond her control. '

VISIT lJ pre-cooked. chairs, first aid kit, soap or Cloud. $8.500Nicholas Bonora to Lawly W. CALL BETTY EBY ,
1J" ; Insulated equipment to keep detergent, pot holders or old Harper and wife 6000. MEDICAL CARE for

hot foods hot and cold foods gloves. Essie Rita B.Lois Bass Tyson to Francis and husband W.. Han-and the elderly under Social Se- LEGAL NOTICE II 847-2881 or 847-4266

! FATHER'S' DAY GIFTS I chilled is a worthwhile investment Part of a Picnic nay and wife. Princeton. Minn.. curity, only 32.3% of those IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. NINTH

I for toting protein Before the picnic it's wiseto I $10.000."The Onondaga County Pavings who answered this question JUDICIAL OSCEOLA CIRCUIT.COUNTY.IN FLORIDA AND FOR Shown by Appointment.

BOOTSSADDLESBELTSBILLFOLDS I foods such as meat, fish, discuss respect for public I, Bank to Federal Housing Commissioner favored it. Amazingly, nearly IN CHANCERY NO. 6452
chicken or eggs which are of- property and a few methodsof no stamps. 36% of the people who ans- PENINSULA NATIONAL BANK)
Walter C. Ward to Federal Housing OF CEDARHURST. a national) I
ten served as the main dishor procedure with family Commissioner. Washington wered our questionnaire indicated banking corporation organized) ,
MOCCASINS in salad form. members. This practice helps D.C. 11100. that they were retired. and existing under the Laws of) I
the O. S. Thacker to Omega Corp.. the United States of America ) PRICED TO SELL!
SQUARE DANCE BOOTS Tips on Packing prevent unnecessary accidents Orlando. $800. Because of this large percentage Plaintiff ) :
Picnic Basket that can spoil a vacation trip. L. J. Harvey and wife ,to Walter we separated the answersof vs. ) !
BOLO TIES-BEIT BUCKLESor I Carry mustard and ketchup 1. Read signs about correct T. Dunn Jr., $2.000. the retired people from ROBERT R. HARDEN and )
Walter T. Dunn Jr. to Jack C SARA G. HARDEN his wife. ) :
I I in lightweight squeeze bot waste disposal. Leave a clean Allen and wife Cocoa. $2.000. ; those who were not retired I II WILLIAM ALEWINE and JO )
Douglas B. Stewart as trustee, I separately I ANN ALEWINE. his wife. CASH) !
him tles.Wrap area. to Carl Baader and wife. Hialeah. and counted them BROTHERS, INC.. a Florida ) KISSIMMEE FURNITURE STORE
Give gift
,. a ., pickles in transparent 2. Check for and avoid $6.900. : on the question of medical corporation. and THE CITY OF) I .
:ertif1cate and let 4 plastic wrap to eliminate areas with poison ivy. Rocker Dosla and C. R.Smith Odell to Bronson.George Klsslmmee. W.- care. Only 38.7% of those pea K'SSIMMEEiona -Florida munlcl-) 23 BROADWAY TELEPHONE 847-4411

heavy jars.Onions 3. Put out all open fires $32.500. I ple who are retired and who Defendants ) :
him choose from may be cleaned before leaving the picnic area. Dosla C. Smith. as executrix toGeorge answered this question said MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE BEWARE! DANGER!
R. Odell
\V. Rocker and NOTICE OF SUIT
the many fine and sliced at home. Plastic 4. Do not peel tree bark; Bronson. Kissimmee. $32.500. they favored the Social Secur- TO: I
wrap keeps the onion fresh- do not pick wild flowers. John E. Hunt as trustee and individual ity approach to medical care. ROBERT R. HARDEN and It is costly to put "White Elephants" in your

items at and odor stays in. 5. Teach children how to Platt and, wife.and Melbourne.wife to Frank$100.000.L. There were fewer people in SARA Chattanooga G. HARDEN Tennessee, his wife j i| home. Let us help you FREE OF CHARGE to decor-

Carry a roll of transparent chop wood and how to handle William H. Crum and wife to the "no opinion" column of and to any and all other parties;, ate your home to suit YOUR pocketbook. No lob
Clarence J. Every ,and wife, Mansfield claiming any right, title and/or
d&tol plastic wrap along. Outdoor cutting tools if they are old Pa., $3,000. this question than on any Interest In and to the following!' too big or too small!
picnic'tables are often dusty enough and are permitted to other. described property to wit :
61.8Cfrof we
uH.adquart.n-Florida Cattltmen"v and always open to the ele use them. Two In Area you SUBDIVISION as per the Plat
ments. Roll it out as a sanitary I I remain a member of the Uni- thereof as recorded In Plat Book! APPOINTMENT.
1. Page :377 Public Records of
Kissimmet table covering. It servesas BUY FROM THE Receive Degrees I ted Nations. Osceola County. Florida.
12 Darlington a convenient wrap for dis- GAZETTE ADVERTISERS J' 63.4% of you were in favorof YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFEDthat
Peter M. Mears, 832 Canter- continuing foreign aid, the Plaintiff. PENINSULA: -
Lane and Charles A. but 88.6% of said you
Bury you HURST a national banking corporation FOREIGN JOBS
Held, 1630 Orange Blvd., were wanted it reduced. organized and existing under
the Laws of the United States of'
among the 1,000 Georgia Tech America, has Instituted suit againstyou Foreign employment offers men and women choice of 19 countries free
students receiving their degrees ONLY 13% OF YOU said In the Circuit Court of the 4
SELLING transportation special tax benefits-bonuaea-liberaJ vacations And
and -
BUYING the the President Ninth Judicial Circuit. In and for'Osceola i,
in engineering at favored giving
you County Florida the nature a most unique way of life in government careen or with American 4
annual commencement exercises authority to make loans of the suit Is to foreclose that I companies, their subsidiaries. Over half a million Americana work and

on Saturday, June 8th. and grants to Communist the certain above mortgage described which property encumbers said i i!, live exceptionally well outside the U.SA. You can earn up to $1,900
Mears and Held both received dominated nations, even property being situated and locat- per month paid in U.S. currency. For complete information send $2 to
""Cfi ''' '> a B.S. in industrial man though he might feel that ed in Osceola County, Florida. You , Foreign Projects P. O. Box 1945. Beverly Hills.' Calif.
and each of you are hereby required '
agement. such loans or grants would to file your Answer with the;,
help in driving a wedge be- Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and CALIFORNIA JOBS
for Osceola County. FlorIda. and :
tween these countries and serve a copy thereof upon HAROLD 1 Thousands of new job openings now in Southern California in aU..niMi.i .
SCRATCH IT! Communist Russia. A. WARD III. of the firm of Win-l i I i Permanent job security. Send $2 for job information MMM ad
Scratching spreads infection, etnaing 40.5% of you who had an derweedle. Haines & Ward. 224 \! addresses to California Jobs P. O. Box 1944, Beverly Hills, Calif.
MORE pain. Apply quickdrying Park Avenue South. Winter Park. :
ITCH-ME-NOT instead. Itchingquiets j opinion favored Federal aid Florida. Attorneys for Plaintiff In : j .
down in minute. and antiseptic I'! to education. the above action on or before the '.
action helps speed heaUn 15th day of July. 1963. else a Decree -
Lr. I Fine for ecwma. insect bites toot{ Only 12.4% wanted to continue Pro Confesso will be entered
itch other surface rmshes. If not! the farm price support against you. .
j pleased, your 48e back at any drug I IT IS ORDERED that this be i 4-WHEEL
i store. TODAY at HUNT BROS. I and acreage control program published In The Kissimmee Gazette I!
I i The tremendous majority a newspaper published In Os I ONLY

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FOR RENT-Room and Bath IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE you. are hereby further notified, I s alttst+
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN thet a petition, under said Chapter STOVES REFRIGERATORS I Call. .
ARTICLESFOR Private Entrance Close In. AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, has been filed In the Circuit Courtof

Board Optional by Week or REALTORAMALIVE FLORIDA. the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and USED I I Parks Furniture Co.
for Osceola County. Florida seeking
LAW NO. 2685.
Month. 118 ,
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; $1 Dresses Christian Science
*1-": BilK' SSe; Nylons' ; ale; Ave. % mile off Vine Street. Old Fashioned i4ei hbo rllness (F6226-4M34579). why the said property should not Insure T.al' latare I. a I I
Hsmklec. fe: Pintle lie Belt THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: be forfeited pursuant to said Chap well-paying prof* *!.. _Society
; Past aaAast
15e; Caps lie; Spread. $2.50; Bowling alley. FOR SALE JOHN M. DAUGHERTY ter. Should you fail to file claimas Day Night Classes 1at Wed. NIM of tech
Hair Net. 4e; T-ShlrU ate GENERAL DELIVERY herein directed. Judgment will VJi. Approved
Nearly Everybody Trade at The; FOR RENT: Two and three DAVENPORT. FLORIDA be entered herein against you in Orlando Barber College Month p.m.
Bargain Bmrn. Come to Sibert 706 GEORGE AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS due course. Persons not personally : 309 Randolph
Mills \Vareh nse in Davenport room apartments. Aircondition- A AND CORPORATIONS OWNING. served with process may obtain a 3399 S. Grange Blossom Tr. Seaday Senk.. . . . 11 ....

Immediately. Follow the irat ed. Morefield Building opposite HAVING OR CLAIMING AN IN- copy of the petition for forfeiture OA 5.6579flowers : s...., School. . . . tJO S-.
BARGAIN BARN TEREST IN OR LIEN ON THE filed herein from the undersigned
Ope Week Diy ABet Sunday. postoffice. ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY; Clerk of Court.WITNESS 1________ __ -
.: house, 606 Emmett.APARTMENTS YOU. AND EACH OF YOU are my hand and the seal For All OccasionsEHUGH'S
the above de- of the above Court at Kis-
I Florida hereby notified that styled {
FOR SALE: Mobile home 3 bed- FOR RENT$9. room . living room . Pullman scribed property has been seized. simmee. Osceola County. Florida, GREEN'S FUEL
under and by virtue of Chapter 562. this! 27th day of May, 1963.
room, 1% baths, washer and $11, $12 per week. Mrs. Pan kitchen with elec. range and refrigerator Florida Statutes as amended. ands (CT. CT. SEAL)

dryer. All 1 ate now in the possession of the GLENN RAY FLORIST
appliances, Davis 114 Emmett Street.
Sales and Service
. one two bedrooms I
or . ceramic tile Board of County Commissioners of Clerk Circuit Court
model. 8-ft. ceilings 10 x 53. this County and you. and each of Osceola County Florida I ,

MAGNOLIA, by owner Box Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer bath > Utility room . Carport.Lot you. are hereby further notified May 30, June 6. 13, 1963 25 MOWWAT MMStl i!
PHONE 147-4171 1474171
shuffleboard that a petition under said Chapter.
apartments with lake and -
2518. Sun Mobile Park. 75' 120'9,7O0 has been filed in the Circuit Courtof NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS KISSIMMH
By week month or x the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and NAME STATUTE

TRY DIADAX TABLETS (form- year. Capitol Motel St. Cloud for Osceola County, Florida seek- Notice is hereby given that the SAND ROCK For Go Delivery: Phase
Cash Terms undersigned to the "Fic
or ing the forfeiture of the said proP-
erly Dex-A-DIet) New name Hwy. 44X erty and you are hereby directedand titious Name Statute" Chapter MORTAR MIX Harold WtoI 847-2058

same formula, only 98c. Broad- required to file your claim if 863.09. Florida Statute will register STEEL & WIRE MESH I R. A Fletcher 847-453
any you have and show cause on with the Clerk of the Circuit I Kenneth Medsoe
way Pharmacy. WANTED"SMALL I or before the 24th day of June. Court of Osceola County. Florida, I 892-7695 [St. OoudJ)
1963. if not personally served with the fictitious. name to-wit:
KEROSENE Courthouse Service under For Go Service: Plume
FUEL OIL PHIL- process herein and within twenty Super
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS days from personal service if personally which we are engaged in businessat nA+rStfdQ e-,,, J. I.Roun .. 847-4062
222 Emmctt Street Kissimmee
served with process herein i I Robert Allen
OSCEOLA OIL GO. 1110 BUILDING to tear down why the said property should not Florida. Emory Bronson 847-4570
NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941. in be forfeited pursuant to said Chap That the parties' interested in
exchange for materials. I said business leo Girourd 847-2061
ter. Should you fail to file claim as enterprise are as fol-
. Write P.O. Box 131, Haines INC. herein directed. Judgment will be lows: John E. Moore and Edwin L. I R. H. Hall. 892.1212, St. Cloud
City. entered. herein against you in due I Hartley. Dated at Kissimmee. Os- or can H. T. Simmons, Mgr.
FOR RENTFOR 2 Broadway Klsslmmee course. Persons not personally I ceola County Florida. May 28 KISdlMMEETRANSITMIX 847-4819
served1th process may obtain a A. D. 1963.JOHN I
HELP WANTED, MALE & FE- 847-3156 847-3157 copy of ,the petition for forfeiture E. MOORE I Robert O-eeny 847-3219

MALE: HIGHER STEADY IN. filed herein from the undersigned. EDWIN L. HARTLEY I R. W. Latiiter 847-3442
Clerk of Court.WITNESS May 30. June 6. 13 20. 27. 1963 .
RENT-2 BR duplex apt., COME for reliable John Evans St Cloud 892-3482
man or woman -"- my hand and the seal Phone: ,

furnished, Air conditioned, serving Watkins customers FOR TRADE-We are interestedin LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE of the above styled Court at Kis IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S 847.3524I

washing machine & dryer. No in Kissimmee., Average trading-equal value-Reg. smmee.27th Osceola day of May.County.1S63.Florttta"this COURT.OSCEOLA IN COUNTY.AND FOR S

pets. 319 Clyde Avenue. 847- $65.00 weekly and more to Angus Bulls: or Females for FICTITIOUS NAME UNDER STATUTE (CT. CT. SEAL) STATE OF FLORIDA SALES SERVICE

.3830. start full or part time. No Commercial Cattle. Call Bar-i Notice Is hereby given that. the s/ GLENN Clerk RAY Circuit Court RALPH IN RE: MARTIN ESTATE,OF deceased Radio and

vestment tow 539-1115 if interested; i ]undersigned pursuant to the 'Fic Osceola NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished ; no experience in-I CY 35894. j titious Name Statute" Chapter Florida County ALL CREDITORS LEGATEES COMMITI HOW sPARKS
night. Winter Haven |
865.09. Florida will
quired. Write C. R. Ruble Statute regis
decorated 6. V
house newly May 30, June T
ter with the Clerk of the Circuit
J-2 P. 0 Box 2447. Memphis, +, Knollwood Angus Ranch, BarJ J HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS .
nice living. $45 month. Suitablefor j I'I ( Court of Osceola County. Florida, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S AGAINST SAID ESTATE FURNITURE CO.
Tennessee 1 ,i the fictitious name to-wit: YOU AND EACH OF YOU are
couple, one child. 847-2380, COURT.
FashIon Flair under which I am FLORIDA. NO. hereby notified and required to
TROPICAL PARK. WANTED: for copying, real old i j engaged in business at: 115 Main IN RE: ESTATE OF present any claims which you. or
Street. Kissimmee. Florida.
Deceased. either of have againstthe
EFFIE DAVIS. you may
pictures of Allendale Kissim I That the party interested in said '
BUY FROM THE NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO estate of Ralph Martin deceased -
GAZETTE mee City and Kissimmee. Wm. r... eeperhiMties for 1.... .; e MI erperttine ; business enterprise is as follows: ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. late of Cuyahoga County Stateof NORRIS CLEANERSSpring
ADVERTISERS basis .handUiig. a prestige EMef Jo Ann R. Bass. DISTRIBUTEES, AND ALL PER Ohio, with the County Judge of
Dummer, 1212 N. Y. Ave., St. Dated at Kissimmee. Osceola
fifttst .Hcs for A Write A". SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Osceola County at
Cloud. cesM County, Florida, this 20th day 01 within six calendar months
BROASTED Maiagsr, P. 0. lex 24:7 Vere Itich, May, 1963. JO ANN R. BASS YOU AND EACH OF YOU are from the date of the first ,publication Cleaning is a Bretz with our Sanitont Services
of this notice. Each claim or
CHICKEN FOR QUALITY COMMERCIAL FUrida. II I May 23. 30 June 6. 13. 1963 hereby present any notified claims and which required you. or to demand must be in writing and for Drapes, Slip Covers, Blankets, Feather Pitlows.

A ii either of have against must state the place of residence of!
PRINTING call the Gazette office I you. may
i the estate of Effie Davis deceased the claimant and be sworn to by
FREEZETTE 847-2881. Free estimateson JUDGE.' OSCEOLA COUNTY. late of Osceola County Florida to Claimant. his agent or attorney, or

all types of job printing at REAL ESTATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA INTENTION TO the County Judge of said countyat the to same law.will become void accord- KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
1 Ing
DRIVE-IN his office In the Courthouse
reasonable prices. MAKE FINAL APPLICATION DISCHARGEIN FOR Kissimmee. Florida within six cal- This tnlrd day of June.MARTIN 1963. 103 East Dakin Telephone 847.4941
endar months from the date of the
FOR SALE Five lots No. 2 21-
: ] RE: THE ESTATE OF first publication of this Notice.. Elizabeth C. Martin
22-23-24 in Block A, Carolina JULIA P. EATON deceased.IN Each claim or demand must be in Domiciliary Executrix of
ALUMINUM AWNINGS! PROBATETO writing and must state the placeof the estate of
Terrace old Dixie Highway
ALL WHOM IT' MAY CONC residence of the claimant and Ralph Martin, deceased
between Kissimmee and Or. NOTICE t must be sworn to by the claimant. PHILLIP R. KELLEY
-- PICK-UP SPECIAL! IS HEREBY GIVEN his agent or attorney or the same I P. O. BOX 331
lando. THAT I have filed my final reportas will become void according to law (12 E. Monument Ave.)
: Administratrix of the Estate of
; Aluminum awnings or door FOR SALE: Expressway Homes JULIA P. EATON deceased: that I This the 24th day of May 1963. Attorney Kissimmee for Florida Executrix -
s .I S ft)j 1 J hoods [white only] Interlocking moved to your lot. Some withno have filed, and petition that I for will final apply discharge to- CLAUDE Executor of the Estate of! June 6. 13. 20. 27. 1963

slat type. down payment. Small -the Honorable O. P. Johnson. Coun- Effie Davis deceased NOTICE OF THE FILING OF A
e ty Judge of Osceola County Florida Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. PETITION FOB ADOPTIONTO
d. .=r. 18.98 each.48"Wx40" monthly payments. Phone 847-i i on the 30th day of June, 1963 Attorney for ExecutorP. SEPTIC TANK CO
I 2367 after 6 p.m. Jewell House jj for approval of same and for final O. Box: 492. Kissimmee. Fla. Wylle A. Pearce
Projection.For I discharge as Administratrix of the ,. May 30. June 6, 13, 20. 1963 andFrederick

width add *1* for ?" Movers. Estate of JULIA P. EATON de- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Howes
more every required. ceased. You and each of you are hereby
FOR SALE: New large, two This 21st day of May, A.D., 1963. COURT OSCEOLA FLORIDA COUNTY notified that a petitlc for adop- Culvert Tile for Driveways
EXAMPLE: /$/ Julia E. Miles tion Of ROBIN LYNN MERRY, a
bedroom home. All built-in Administratrix of the CASE NO. 5601 minor child has been filed in the Septic Tanks-a size for every need.
50"W-$19" ea. 52"W-$20"< ea. 'W-$21" ea. features. Just being completed.!: Estate of Julia P. Eaton VICTORIA IN RE: ESTATE TYSON.OF Deceased Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial
deceased. Circuit in and for Osceola County, Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
These prices good at our office only! Wt will deliver and $8,600. 847-4876. THACKER AND THACKERBox NOTICE MAKE OF INTENTION TO Florida under Chancery No. 6499!
and further notified that
527. Kissimmee Fla. you are
hang 3 or more; add M." each. Extra Large choice home sites Attys. for Admx. FINAL DISCHARGETO : you are hereby required to be and
t May 23. 30. June 6. 13. 1963 appear in the said court on the 10th 15 Years Experience
trailer business lots. High CERN
PHONE OR WRITE or : day of July 1963 to show cause '
end Dry. Electricity and good Notice is hereby given that we why the said petition should not K. C. ROTHROCK and
NOTICE TO DEFENDIN have filed our final returns as executors be owner operator
ALUMA HOUSECRAFT water. $10 down $8 month. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF, of the estate of Victoria Dated granted.this 3rd day of June, 1963.
2593 WEST WASHINGTON THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN Tyson deceased; that we have filed -
ORLANDO Why pay more? Save high rent. Clerk of the Circuit Court
I our petition for distribution and GLENN RAY
TELEPHONE 295-3861 TROPICAL PARK on Route OLA. STATE OF FLORIDA. In for final discharge and that on By: / Clerk

441 in North Kissimmee. Chancery. PAT KEENE. Plaintiff! July 1st. 1963, we will apply to (Circuit Court Seal) Transit-Mix Co.
RELDA A. KEENE. Defendant. Located at Kissimmee
vs. the Honorable O. P. Johnson. John A. Reed Jr.
NOTICE TO DEFEND. The Stateof County Jufige of Osceola County of Rush Reed and Marshall
Florida to RELDA A. KEENE. Florida for approval of said final Attorneys for Petitioner
1i 1 You are hereby notified that a suit returns and for an order of distribution 55 East Livingston .Avenue
in for divorce has been
equity and for final
Stan Barber's Grove Service -,2. brought against you by PAT executors of the estate of Vic Orlando. Florida June 6. 13. 20,27._ 19K PHONE: 847-3524
KEENE In the Circuit Court of toria Tyson deceased.
the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and This 27th day of May. 1963. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
for County of Osceola State of L. CARL TYSON NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
Florida, and you are hereby summoned W. LEON TYSON AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY.
file your written answer or de- As Executors of the Estate CHANCERY NO. 6453 STEEL SALESANY
AND MANAGEMENTAlso fenses to the Complaint filed herein of Victoria Tyson, deceased THE MINNESOTA MUTUAL LIFE
against you In the above en- Ellis F. DavisKissimmee. INSURANCE COMPANY a Min-
titled cause in the office of the Florida nesota corporation Plaintiff DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and Attorney for Executprs.
for Osceola County. Florida at his May 30. June 6. 13. 20, 1963 LUELLA TARCAL formerly knownas
Ranch Service office in the Court House in Kis LUELLA DOWNEN and HU- Competitively Priced
simmee. Florida on or before 24th NOTICE. OF APPLICATION FOR BERT TARCAI. her husband; and
Spreading Dolomlte-Lime-Fertilizer day of June. A.D.. 1903. and to TAX DEED ROY LEE DOWNEN. a single man
serve a copy of such answer or de- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN not known to be dead or alive and TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERSHORSE
Can furnish all materials. fenses upon Thacker and Thacker. That L. Maxcy. the holder of the if dead the unknown spouse heirs
Plaintiff's attorneys herein whose following certificates has.filed said devisees grantees assignees, lien- TRAILERS AND UTILITY TRAILERS
address is Box 527, Kissimmee. certificates for a tax deed to be ors creditors trustees or other
Other Pasture Needs. !Florida on or before said date as Issued thereon. The certificate claimants by. through under or BUILT AND REPAIRED
,required by law. If you fall to do numbers and years of issuance, the against ROY LEE DOWNEN a
so. a Decree Pro Confesso will be description of the property and single man or either of them; and)
I entered against you for the relief the names In which It was assessedare all parties having or claiming to CM,btt MW W....| SWf -AI Werk'eeL

demanded in the Complaint. as follows: have any right title or interest in
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of Certificate No. 202. Year of Issuance the property described In the Complaint -
Old Orlando ..
Uv tock Market.
CALL ORLANDO 422-7615 COLLECT said Circuit Court of Osceola May 29. 1961. Description of Defendants. Hwy. n ar
!County Florida on the 20th day Property: Lots 11 to 19 Inc.. Block NOTICE OF SUIT Rt. 1. Mx 2S'.A KUflmmoo.
!of May, A.D.. 1963. 26. Osceola Gardens Unit 1. Sec TO: ROY LEE DOWNEN.
I /GLENN RAY tion 9. Township 32 South. Range a single man
.. of h., Clerk of the Circuit Court 33 East. Name in which assessed: not known to be dead or alive and
ro..1 I Osceola County. Florida Unknown. if dead the unknown spouse YOUNG
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Certificate No. 203. Year of Issuance heirs devisees, grantees assignees. LOU WELDING
I Thacker and Thacker May 29. 1961. Description of Heners. creditors trustees or other
For Of Attorneys for Plaintiff Property: Lots 7 to 31 Inc.. Block claimants. by. through under or PHONE
Any Kissimmee. Florida 6. Osceola Gardens Unit 4. 'Section against ROY LEE DOWNEN a 8473898OSCEOLA
1 FIRE May 23. 30. June 6. 13. 1963 I 9. Township 32 South. Range single man. or either of them; and
If NOTICE TO DEFEND 33 East. Name In which assessed: all parties having or claiming to
These Services J. H. Webb. have any right title or Interest
i I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF All of said property being In the In the property described in the
County of Osceola. Complaint. Residence unknown.
I State of Florida.
of Osceola
IN AND County
certificate or certif
New Houses STATE OF FLORIDA. In Chan-
I lcates shall be redeemed according that a Complaint and Amendment
INSURANCE NECESSARY ? I cery.tiff CALVIN JANIE FAIRCLOTH.FAIRCLOTH.Plain-De- to law the property described In ComplaInt have been filed! SERVICECustom
CommercialStnlchtres I fondant vs. NOTICE TO DEFEND. such certificate or certificates Will against you by the Plaintiff In the
be sold to the above-styled court and
highest bidder at the cause for
: The State of Florida to JAMIE
I FAIRCLOTH. You are hereby no- Court House Door on the first Moo.day the purpose of foreclosing the ($) Recapping
in the mortgage on the following described
titled that a suit in equity for divorce month of July. 1963. \6/
which situate and
has been brought against you is the 1st day of July 1963. property being in
I Dated Osceola Florida 223 S. BERMUDA
RemodeRng -by CALVIN FAIRCLOTH in the this 30th day of May. 1963. County
If there Is any question In your mind hors aro the latest figures Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial /GLENN COURT SEAL RAY) FOURTH ADDITION- PHONE 847.2207
Circuit In and for County of Os
|lust released by the National Fire Protection Association. e Additions ceola. State of Florida and you Clerk of Circuit Court. acording to the plat thereof as
I are hereby summoned ordered and Osceola County recorded in Plat Book 1. Page
400 of the Public Records
Florida of
PROPERTY DESTROYED BY FIRE IN e Aluminum I required to file your written answer -
1962 Osceola County. Florida.
or defenses to ,the Complaint May 30. June 6. 13. 20. 1963 .
You hereby required to
filed herein against In the servea
$1,550,000,000 Siding above entitled cause, you in the officeof IN !CIRCUIT COUR OF THE copy of your answer or pleadingon IE WISE-
the Clerk of the Circuit Court NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Plaintiffs attorneys. TAYLOR .
in and for Osceola County. Florida IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY BRION & ROLLINS. 150 S. E. 2nd
This Is an increase of 23 million ovr 1961 and the third year In e Aluminum I at his 'office in the Court House In FLORIDA. Street, Miami. Florida and file the I Liffl S ECONOMIZE

succession that fire losses have exceeded \Vt billion. Kissimmee. Florida on or before LAW NO. 2684 original answer or pleading in the
Awnings I the 24th day of June. A.D.. 1963. STATE OF FLORIDA office of the Clerk of said Court on
i and to serve a copy of such answer YS or before the 23rd day of June 1
If you haven't chck.d the valuo of your property against your Storefront i or defenses upon Thacker andI INTERNATIONAL PICKUP 1963. If you fail to do so, a De- T Extra Quality Bteeka

fir protection lately you should do so. W. can b, hpfvL! I Thacker. Plaintiff attorneys here- TRUCK,. cree Pro Confesso will be entered
M"'lIee in. whose address is Box 527. Kissimmee. MOTOR NO. SD220-12S69&: against you for the relief soughtin At No Extra Ceet
!: Florida on or before said IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE the Complaint and Amendmentto v
I : date as required by law. U you FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROP- Complaint.WITNESS .
o EstimatesSEE fail to do so. a Decree Pro Con- ERTY. INTERNATIONAL PICKUP my hand and seal of 5 ..
I fesso will be entered against you TRUCK. MOTOR NO. SR22O-123698: said Court at Kissimmee. Osceola Mi. 847-4921
for the inflict demanded in the THE ATE OF FLORIDA TO County. Florida this. isth day of
LUPFER'SInsurance Complaint. IN OWEN GULDI May. 1963.
t WITNESS my hand as Clerk of CKH ART. FLORIDA (Circuit Court Seal)
Osceola Builders Association
said Circuit Court of Osceola AND GLENN RAY Member of ( County
County. Florida. and the seal of AND COCORPORATIONSFIRMS. as Clerk of said Circuit Court,
K. C. Moore, Jr. said Court at Kissimmee. Osceola HAVING OR CLAIMING AN By: /Marjorie R. Ran
Agency ?nuntv. Florida. on the 20th day TEREST IN OR LIEN ON THE Deputy Clerk
of May. A.D.. 1963. > ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY: Taylor. Brton A Rollins OSCEOLA CEMENT
Clerk of the Circuit Court hereby notified that-the above des 150 S. E. 2 Street
1918 -- 1963 BUILDING Osceola County FloridaCIRCUIT cribed property has been seized Miami 32. Florida
I ( COURT SEAL) under and by virtue of Chapter 562. May 23. 30 June C. 13. 1963 PRODUCTS INC.NEPTUNE .
11 Stewart SI Thacker and Thacker Florida Statutes as amended. and

12 BfMHiway-Ifext. To The 1eH-147-4121 t Pkeae) 847-2278 I Kissimmee Attorneys for Florida Plaintiff .Board Is now of in County the possession Commissioners of the of IT PAYS TO ADVERTISEIN ROAD KISSIMMEE

My 23 30.-;June; 6. 13. 1963 this County and you and each of THE GAZETTE'


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