Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00284
 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 20, 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: VID00284
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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VOL 68, f; !5 : Entered isslmmee.as Osceola Second County Class ,Matter Florida KISSIMMEE FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1963 Established Phone S47-2SS1 1894 PRICE TEN CENTS

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.--_ WeekendThe

Local Juice PlantBy Kissimmee Police Depart-
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1 ment had a busy weekend witha

4 stabbing, a shooting, a beating -
CHARLES EBY Kissimmee Fire CbM Arlo Law- Aj e 4FH'4'.C I a breaking and entering and s

The Osceola Fruit Distributor's rence said that aitnough he could I a man who hangs dolls. Its 5i7tt

7if canning plant and a warehousewere I I not be sure what started the fire, I Saturday morning Bernice:i i

destroyed by fire Saturday he did know that a 55 gallon! I Julie Henderson 27, Negro was'

afternoon. The damage, according i:;:drum with about 10 gallons of t t tI arrested and booked pending in-' =-
to company official, has been estimated -mineral spirits in it exploded and vestigation after stabbing her I
husband, Johnny Lee Henderson::
at $1,000,000He stated I spread the fire throughout the '
in the back with an ice pick.;* -
that the single strength canning southwest end of the building.
I His condition is reported as fair
f ' plant was a total loss with a large The explosion ruptured an acety- !
the Officer
by Osceola
Hospital. I
I portion of the loss in stored products lene tank and an oxygen tank but _
Bob Fornes made the investigation. -
I and supplies. The Building:!they did not explode. There were .
I was a total loss and much of the 'several other minor explosions 12:40 I
'I i Monday at a.m. a very
'equipment was destroyed or dam- during the fire.
: Gary Suhl, a senior at Os- excited Negro woman, Bessie
I'aged. Traffic on the Orange Blossom ceola Dyson walked into the police station -
High, the State
1 won I t
Firemen fromthe Kissimmeeand Trail had to be rerouted for approximately -I Future Farmer's of America and threw a loaded 22 cali- WIN AWARD-D. L Autrey;left, and son Dan, of Au-
St Cloud Fire Departments five hours. The entire award for dairy farming. ber pistol on the desk, saying, Motor
trey Company display the Ford "Gold Truck"award
I |i managed to save much of the "I "
e police force, including the men The four FFA killed him. Officer Jimmie
,I juice in the warehouse and prevented that were off-duty, and several I, received a year$100 check veteran from Watford calmed her down and presented to them in recognition of truck sales leadership .

UaI 1|I an ammonia tank from ex civilians were needed to keep the the FFA foundation and a discovered that she was speaking in 1962. The award was made at a presentation dinner

ploding. The Iveys owners of the traffic flowing safely. special i efficiency placque of Charlie Greggs, 27, Negro, held recently at Tampa. (Photo by Eby)
plant, wish to thank the firemenfor The plant had been closed for :i from the National Dairy of 509 June Street. Officer Wat-
the job that they did in saving the summer and only a maintenance "j Products Corp. ford dispatched Sgt. Carl Hollo-

as much as possible and containing crew was employed at the With his parents the Rufus way and an ambulance to the Co.

; the fire in the one time of the fireA company : Suhls, he has a 50 per centI scene where they found that a Telephone

ing. build-I spokesman stated, "We plan to I I partnership of 181 cows 20 neighbor had taken Greggs to
:, The leport'! was received rebuild and will be bigger and j calves 150 acres of improved the hospital. He was given em-

Kissimmee Volunteer Fire better than ever." i, pasture, 80 acres of crop land ergency treatment at Osceola ServiceImproved
DESTROYED BY FIRE-The pictures above show the 1 ment at 12:15: p.m. and Depart-I! and 10 acres for wildlife. Hospital and moved to Orange Expands

firemen at work fighting the blaze at the Osceola Fruit of the equipment returned According to Chief Lawrence,| His Vo-Ag advisers William Memorial Hospital where he was
I station at approximately : p.m. the last fire of this magnitude in E. Perry and Sidney given surgery. Miss Dyson, 27,
Distributors Saturday. The building, .which housed the I It is estimated that 1,000,000 gal- this city was in January of 1954 I j Davis Bateman, have praised also of 509 June Street, is being rural Osceola telephone senicein Kenansville. and Yeenaw

single.strength canning plant, was a total loss, according lons of water was needed to extinguish -when a building on the same foun-I Suhl's enthusiasm and interest held in the City Jail pendingGregg's ... now in the making County with thous is Junction.Dixon said a 200 ft micro-
to a company spokesman.Salvation. the fire. dation was destroyed. J in dairy farming. condition.
j {I Henry Barett 28, BrahamInn ands of dollars expected to be wave tower will be erected
spent this year by Florida Tel near the present telephone
Civil is in fair condition in a local
Service I Wins hospital after he was beaten Sat- ephone Corp. company building here Equip

Army Exam Scheduled Tupperware urday morning by two unknown The program is also anticipating ment in Deer Park will be
males. Officer Grover Higdon, considerable growth in changed so as to improve the-
I The Board of U.S. Civil Ser- Jr. made the initial investiga- the Southeastern part of the long distance service there

vice Examiners, Orlando AFB, county, and Kenansville will Besides this a telephone
Drive Is SuccessLast announces that competitive ex- National AwardTupperware tion.Unknown person or persons have its own telephone exchange exchange is being built for

amination is now open for broke into Elliot's Grocery, 720 by the end of August Kenansville There startingsometime

Carpenter W-9 $2.48 per hour. has received the I lie relations activities." Bermuda Ave. Sunday and took if construction goes accordingto In April the numbers .
Friday The Salvation song. Qualification requirements and top 1963 Public Relations Awardof ; In presenting the award, NASC ])- approximately $25. City Detec- schedule Dixon said. will start with "::438"
Army Service Unit Committee of Following this, Mrs. Lalley reported instructions as to where and howto the National Association of( Public Relations Chairman tive Don Adams is investigating.John The telephone company is
Kissimmee and workers in' the that as of June 15, 1963, ; Willie Wertz moving In two directions in However, with Yee Haw appearing
file application will be foundin Direct Selling Companies, an- I Louis W. Goldberg stated, Negro, 1002
recent fund-raising campaignmet the amount of the donations received announcement posted in post nounced Tupperware vice presi-'"Every facet of Tupperware'spublic Bay Street, is being held in the its improvements.They to be awakening and
at The sometime In
Tropical Hotel for growing at the
a totaled 150000. Several office examining posts and in- dent Don Hinton this week. relations program was City Jail pending investigationof are moving to the
financial report meeting. It also workers had not turned In their formation points and in the The award, presented at the I found exemplary, but the com sanity. He was found to have south and west of Kissimmeeby future, It may be necessary to
signified the official wind-up of final at this time. This move it there. Dixon said.
reports Civilian Personnel Office Orlando 49th annual NADSC convention at pany's broad national effort, several large dolls hanging in putting down a new cableat
the campaign which got under- along with certain pledges' made AFB. Register establishedwill Chicago June 9-12, was made for and its work within the state of various doorways in his house.In a cost of $107,068 from the Dixon said that the line
way May 20th.Reverend and a group of pledge cards Achievement in" one doorway there doll telephone built from Kenansville to Yee
be used to fill vacancies at "Outstanding Florida were felt to be particu- was a exchange here to an
R en u s Olson, of still to be worked are expectedto Haw has already been out
Orlando McCoy AFB Florida National Public Relations Pro!larly outstanding." with the head torn off and held area known as Mulberry Sinkin
Orange Gardens, gave the in- boost the total by several grown and he has order now
from the 34 inch board.
and other Federal in gram. The company was cho-; Tupperware has received four body by a- the southwestern corner of
vocation and Captain Sidney S. hundred dollars. Mrs. said agencies to install a cable between
the en national award winner, according -, other NADSC public relations There was a steak type knife the county.
same locality.
Lynch, the
Officer-in-Charge of that anyone not contactedwho to the basisof stuck into the mouth of the doll. The those two points.
The Salvation in Orlando Applications will be accepted judges, on awards, in 1954, 1959, 1960 and other series of projects
Army ,
wishes to contribute to this "the company's overall pub-" Officer Bobby Fornes made the include
1961. improvement of all
thanked the group and the people campaign, please mail their until June 28, 1963. initial investigation. The district manager also
of Kissimmee for their fine donations to Steve Miller Trea-I long distance facilities but es- I said he has orders to Installa

support in this The SalvationArmy's surer, First National Bank of Ridge League pecially those between Kiss- cable from St. Cloud to the
immee and St. Cloud and that
first fund-raising effort Kissimmee, or leave them at Sales Drop At Turnpike service plaza near
in Kissimmee.An I I latter city and Deer Park. Creek Rd
the Chamber of Commerce Of- Elects OfficialsThe : the Canoe
outstanding feature of the fice. Local MarketAt

program was the presentation by In summation Captain Lynch Ridge League Municipalities Local
Captain Lynch of a plaque to said that the people of Kissim- the Kissimmee Livestock1Market J jVTI final meeting of the year Boys Attend

Mrs. Vera Lalley, Secretary of mee can be justly proud, of the Wednesday, 280 cattian.d iI was held ,at Tupperware last I

.Uia Service:Unit, ..Committee-t tremendous-.eUorLrnade in behalf calves were sold compare/ t. ,week following a banquet .served .
:naming hrs- the Woman' f' of The Salvation'Army, and to ,532 a week ago. by,the cities of Kissimmee and 4-WShort CourseMore
the Year in Kissimmee. Mrs. he personally wanted to 'commend Compared to last Wednesday St. Cloud. There were some 130

Frank White, of Orlando, an accomplished each and everyone who slaughter steers, heifers and delegates representing 16 cities
vocalist, gave a fine helped either financialy or phy- bulls too few for test, cows present. than 400 boys will be tural engineering and con
rendition of a popular religious sically, in the recent campaign. steady on few present and calves The barbequed steak dinner attending the 4-H Club Short serving natural resources
1 $501.00 lower. Stocker steers was served by Brenda Williams, Course at Gainesville June I Doyle Conner Commissioner .
$1.00 higher, heifer and calves Margie Bass, Winnie Johnston, 24th through the 28th. on the of Agriculture. will address,
Court AwardsTurnpike steady and cows too few for Lorena Bovis, Judy Williams University of Florida Campus. the 4II boys on the "aVluc
test. Calves comprised three- Helen Yates and Delores Broylesof The theme of the week and Importance of Continuing
fourths of the run. Kissimmee and Marggi Abraham long short course Is "4H: Education.** Other speakers

Good 500-600; lb. yearling Sumni Delk, Shari Stamford Youth Leaders in Action. include university dignitaries
CostsA slaughter steers $22.75-23.75. Beck Partin Diane Stamford The 4-H'ers are being In- Dr. J. Wayne Reitz. presidentDr

Utility heifers 160018.50, one and Letia Hayes of St. structed by Florida Agricul-- E. T York. Jr., provostfor
standard $21.50. Cloud. tural Extension specialists in agriculture and Paul Hen

circuit court jury decidedthe I Henry O. Partin & Sons Inc., Utility cows 150017.00, one The evening's address was 14 areas ranging from for drick student body presl'
Partin family had suffered Hepry O. Partin and wife, R. standard $19.75, cutter $13.50- W. Goldberg (left), pub- given by Dr. Frank Goodwin of estry and dairying to agriculB (Continued on Pace S)

loss varying from $310 to (825 Earl Partin and wife, $61,949 for 16.00. lic relations consultant and Chairman of the Public Rela- the University of Florida. Following -

an acre as a result of the Flor- property in what is known as the Good and few choice calves tions Committee, National Association of Direct Selling the speech, election of of- New Minister-

ida State Turnpike's taking their home area. This translated into I $23.00-26.50. Standard 200023.50, Companies, presents the 1963 National NADSC Public ficers for next year was held:

land. l$825 an acre for land and dam- utility $18.00-20.00. Relations Award to Don Hinton, vice president of adver- Bruce Canova, Auburndale, presi-
The values include severance I I ages. I Few good vealers 250026.00, dent; William H. Loftin, Lakeland
damages as well as an award for I The jury also awarded $12,403in one choice $31.25. tising and public relations, Tupperware Home Parties. vice-president; and Mrs. Nettie
'' Dutiesministers
the land itself. fees to Funie and Arthur L. Common 400-600 lb. feeder- The award was made at the 49th Annual NADSC conven- Draughton, Plant City, secretary Assuming
The trial which ended late I''t Steed, attorneys for the Partins. I stocker steers 17001900. tion, Chicago, June 11. .

Wednesday involved three parcels About 344 acres of land were Common and medium 350-500 ._ .---. -- --. Favors
t :i!i taken by the turnpike from the lb. heifers $15.00-19.00. Social PFC Harry Doran -- were given to the delegates CIIAKLES B. EBI'Reverend he held student appointments
one good Security I by Esper Products De-
In another of a series of con- I i i Partins. The toll road slices I yearling $23.75.Common lux and11": &. B. B. from high school until he
demnation suits brought by the i i j through the heart of their Agent To VisitA Completes Course jelly, Herzberg's Saddle "Brother Bill" Williams and children graduated (rum seminary and re
turnpike against Osceola land !!, property cows $15.00-17.00. I Marine Private First Class Shop, coin purse and key chain, Billy, Bobby and Ann, are (Dived a full appointment. He thenserved
Medium and few good 250500Ib. representative of the and Tupperware salt and
owners, a circuit court jury began -J 1[ In the suit Daniel Le Fevre James H. Doran, son of Harry pep- now established in the parsonage in the Oklahoma Conference -
hearing a case Involving |( represented the Whaleys and calves $20.00-25.00, common Social Security Administration !1C. Doran of Kissimmee. recent11y per shakers. at the First Methodist Church. He for four years and has beenin
$17.00-20.00, medium Office in Orlando
100-250 lbs. District -
property owned by the Whaley Bass. His fee was stipulated in .I completed six weeks of under- and his family came to Kiscunmec the Florida lor five years
family and LeRoy Bass. j', advance as eight per cent of $24.00-33.25, common 20002500. will be at the Community 1v\ay training at Guantanamo Bay, Lions Club To from Riverside Church in Jack- His father is superintendent of

The jury'toured the propertyin the low appraisal and 10 per cent t House in Kissimmee on Monday -I Cuba, while serving aboard the sonville.A .the Methodist Camping> Programof
'a bus. i i(!of all awarded above low ap- July 1 and Monday July attack aircraft carrier USS Sponsor Flights native of Florida, Rev. Williams the Oklahoma Conference and

In the first suit, the jury made j!t praisal. Margaret Bast OnS. 15, 1963 between the hours of I Shangri-La. has lived in Mississippi and I his oldest brother u minister oLlbu1iuen1aw.

the following awards: i[I The turnpike also agreed, in American TourMrs. 9:00: a.m. and noon. i The training re-acquaints the I The Lions Club will sponsor Oklahoma. He attended Panhandle _\ : New Mexico and his
-To H. O. Partin & Son Inc., !.'advance! of the taking of testimony -' This service is made available ::ship's personal with underway penny-a-pound airplane flights A&M College in Goodwill. uncle ic the District Superintendent .

$62,705 for property in what is :,.I that a permanent easement George (Margaret) Bast to those who wish to j procedures and increases her over this city on July 21 with Oklahoma and upon graduation. of the Jacksonville, Florida

known as the Canoe Creek Area. I would be granted the property is attending a month long sem- apply for Old-Age and Sur- I efficiency. During the training, the cooperation of Marathon Perkins School of Theology, District His mother was a member -

This translated into $570 an acre I owners for use of the inar and field study in South vivors Insurance benefits. Soc- 1 the crewmembers visited King- Aviation. S.M.U, in Dallas Texas.Having uf the First Muhudui l Church
land and damages.To ial Security account numbers. I ston, Jamica. Members of the Lions Club
for cattleboxes. [
America sponsored b> Kent come from a (amil> of i Iin Ki&unmee back: in 1340.(;
H. O. Partin Son Inc., I State! University and Compara-- or obtain information about I I The Shangri-La operates from will be on hand to weigh the
in what 'is Social Security Program. passengers in at the airport but .+Jfa
$48,382 for property I Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Palmer tive Education Society as a the iMayport. Fla.LEGION
known as the Fannie Bass area. | plan to leave next week for means of improving the teach- for those wanting to check in :
This translated into $310 an acre ahead of time scales will be r x M1a
their summer home at Spring ing of culture of other lands. ; .
for land aid damages.To Bay Lake. Ontario Canada. Scheduled for June 17-July 21, .' set up in downtown Kissimmeeon *
H. O. Partin & Son Inc.. the program will enable 65 July 12 and 19.
The flight is
North American educators to
- : : ... hear Latin American scholarstell just as its name implies. If a VV -
I.a passenger weighs 120 pounds, he
what they believe should be I
: : or she pays $1.20.
N } F. taught in American schools concerning : ,
the culture of their {
M t i Blanche Gross
particular countries. I
Plans include visits to Brazil, I Passed
Argentina. Chile, Bolivia and N
.. Peru. The program in each coun-
try will be planned and directed was received here this
week of the death of Mrs.
by a committee of out- t
standing educators. Blanche Gross who passed away
last week at Salem, Massachu-
To I Mrs. Gross had wintered here
Names Added
for many years both at the

N4isft- ; OHS Honor Roll Lake-view Lodge and the Orange

Blossom HotelReception
Several names have been add- J
ed to the final bomr roll at Os- ,
sceola High School, according to I '
AUXILIARY OFFICERS Officers of the To )
Bryon P. Hi1ema 1, principalAll
American Legion Auxiliary are shown above at the installation -
-...- ninth graders they are Honor Minister
,. David Allemier. Faye Bumby ceremonies held Thursday. Left to right they are,

Alice Cotton, .Pamela Goodrich, front row, Mrs. Don Brown, president; Mrs. Mary Brown
LEGION OFFICERS-Officers of the Makinson-Carson Wanda Baulk. Martha Sessions Mrs. Nicholas Danesky Mrs. Thelma Bernhart, Mrs. Ar- A reception honoring Rev. B.
Post installed in ceremonies held Patty Wells and Kathleen WflIde. B. Williams and his family will
were Thursday night. thur Hertzell, 6th district officers. Standing, Mrs. Norman be held Sunday afternoon in the
They are, front row, left to right W. W. Parker service Roslyn Goold had all A's.
Seventh grade students who White assistant sergeant at arms; Mrs. Carl Kenton, ser- bungalow of the First Methodist

officer; Wallace Auger, 2nd vice president!- Bill Heeren, were on the all A honor roll geant at arms; Mrs. Wendell Ketchum, secretary; Mrs. Church from 3:30 to 5 p.m.

first vice president.Back row Neil Shelhorn, adjutant; were Inez Brfley, Janet Goold Jennie Phillips, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Mamie Boyle, friends All church Invited members to meet and the NEW MINISTER-Rev. B. B. 'W lUiam has assumed hi*

Norman White finance officer; Jess Benn, 3rd vice president am Pam Thacker. chaplain; Mrs. William C. May treasurer; Miss Joe Mak- Williams are who have recently duties as minister at the First Methodist Church. He k

; George Lewis sergeant at arms; Wendell Ketchum Linda Schmidt, an eighth grader inson,historian. Mrs. Floyd Parker lit vice president was been assigned to the local shown above with his wife and daughter Ann and

commander; Don Brown, historian. (Photo by Hamrick) 1 also., made, all A's for the. period' not present. (Photo by Hamrick) church. sons, Billy left, and Bobby (Photo by Eby) yoasg


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2 The"Kissimmee, Gazette, Kissimmee, Fbu, Thank, Jane 20, 1963, Birth Certificate SA V q T LAND O'SUNSHINE .
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Needed for SchoolThe IT :\ # liNk'\ EkTKf1I

Guild WorkshopS State Board of Health today *

urged parents who have chil- BUTTER31 I .

Scheduled July 2 dren to obtain starting birth to certificates school this im fall Fancy Fla. SWEET (

Elizabeth Davis, whose play I hardware and trading; Druggist, I mediately.Everett H. Williams Jr., direc- (Limit I with $5.00 food order.) t C 0 R Nt:

"Circus Fun In The Sun In 1901" I J. Z. Roberson; Writers, Myrtle i tor of the board's Bureau of Vital' ii
will climax the ten sessions of the Hilliard Crow and Paul Jackson I Statistics, said "We have the
Summer Workshop for young people i Yates; Public official, John L.I'same number of employes the 'r0 OD STOAT S I i
finds herself in quite a quan- erstreet; and Businessmen year round. Right now we're proc- 4 9 It I
dry. She has over-researched her Henry B. Willson, Isaac Morganrand essing about 500 birth certificatesa Quantity Rights Reserved LB
I If the past is any indication -
circus extravaganza. While digging J. M. Towne. \I day.
out the "who-what-where" ofKissimmee Mention will also be made of I many parents will wait until I Prices Good Thru June 22nd EARS tl 1
in 1901 she has discovered Confederate General Alfred Iver-j August to make requests and I COFTMI6MT WINN DIXIE STOMES. INC.-!seal ,
so many interesting and 'son, a good friend of Jefferson I II since we can handle only so manya I W-D BRAND CHUCKRoast
pertinent features that she has i Davis, who actually suggested I day, any lastminute.rush is I'
come up with enough backgroundfor "Irk as the first name for the almost: bound to cause inconven
a dozen plays rather than one. 1 future Senator Irlo Bronson. i iI iences. I
However, Mrs. Davis announcedthat I i Another highlight of the play "Your child could miss an entire -I 49 ALLS SIZES
among the persons either' will be the impersonation of Miss year of school unless a birth i LB. TO 20 LBS.
mentioned or recreated, during I'Helen Bass, the beloved teacher certificate is obtained in time. We I '1 1I
the course of the play there will of many Osceolans, as a little girl can give fast service now but 1
be: Steamboat Captains Johnston reading the actual poem which later during any rush the service' W-D BRAND FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND . .
Steffle and Hall; Ira Bass, engi- she recited at the old Opera House will be slow." i !\
neer on the Midland & Florida here in Kissimmee.The Application for a certified copy:I
Railroad which ran from Kissim- Second Annual Workshopfor must include the full name of the I
mee to Longwood; Peace Officers young folks will begin on(1 child; the full name of the father;: Steak 88i ;
and Marshals, David Bass S..B. Tuesday, July 2nd, with ten ses-I the full maiden name of the,motheI -: J1
Aultman W. L. Lambreth and I sions held each Tuesday and Friday ; the day, month, year city!
Tom Bailey; W. B. Makinson, throughout the month of and county of birth; whether the
I The .Workshop will end on JuIy.1 child is male or female; and the W-D BRAND LEAN BONELESS BEEF a ,r.:. . \, "
31st with the public showing of 1 child's race. The original birth '
Osceola County "Circus Fun In The Sun In 1901". certificate number should be in-
Gill Brooks, Co-Chairman of the,cluded if possible. If the child
Accident ReportsThe Workshop with Mrs. Davis for the was born in another state, the Stew 69
Footlight Theatre Guild, an- certificate must be obtained from LB. ,
State Department of
nounced that the final dates for that state.A .
Public Safety recently released registration will be Monday and full photo: copy or a wallet-
a summary of reported I Tuesday June 24th and 25th. Registrars -sized card encased in plastic may W-D BRAND EXTRA LEAN GROUND .. ''
motor vehicle accidents In
will be in attendance at be obtained. The type wanted
Osceola County during the I the Community House, from 2 to!!should be specified. A fee of one
months of January and Feb--'4 p.m., to greet all interested I! dollar for each copy or card must U. S.D. A. Grade "A" Frozen

ruary., Osceola According County to this has report a- parties.: I cation accompany forms the may application.be obtained Appli-at Beef 5 p-: $189

good safety record for
very this period. In a national survey Group Asks ForContinuance i I II county health departments but a
i letter will be adequate if it con- TURKEYS
it was learned that there saL5
Grant tains all the above information.The .
are 20 injury accidents and I lv.--"t V;
35 accidents causing $50.00 or A national advisory group on board also suggests that "Jl, .
more damage for every fatal Vocational Rehabilitation has recommended -before starting the first grade, _, ._Mir ". .
the child have basic immunizations "

accident.Osceola had one fatal acct.>, 590,000 federal continuation grant to the of Florida a- for diphtheria, lockjaw, W-D especially Brand raised Turkeys to on
dent, out of 93 accidents reported I Alcholic Rehabilitation Program whooping cough, smallpox and po 0 F brooder, meatier produce
in this period. There to complete a study of the lio. : breast. You get more 3 9
was one fatalitity and 52 in importance of vocational help I r: moist, tender white meat
I for alcoholics after and more juicy dark meat.
juries. the accidents reported treatment. lb.
Nurse To Lt Unconditionally
55 were rural and 38 Joan H. Criswell, Ph.D., of the Army 0 P teed. guaran
were urban. Vocational Rehabilitation Admin- Be In Orlando 0
istration, announced the actionof
TEMPERATURES the agency's advisory group Captain Jeannette M. Gray, Ar- ? '
II L t today in a letter to C. Brooks my Nurse Corps will be at the Can Hams 4 lB, 52,98
Tues. .11 90 60 0
Henderson, M.D., acting admin- U.S. Army Recruiting Station, Executive -
Wed. 6.1 95 65 0 istrator of the Florida alchol-
Building, 2520 North Or-
nurse .13 __ 9'7 63 0
ism program. ange Avenue, Orlando, on Monday -
FrI. 6.U 100 70 0 The Florida program has already July 1st to acquaint quali-
Sat. 6.15 0
90 70
completed two years of.tied! applicants with the JUST A -
Sun. .16 .. 95 69 ..50Mon.
THIS! ...
I research under the grant. The 'opportunities available AJIl
&.1'7 85 60 0 !final year of the project will be I'missioned officer in the as a Army com-I! t /yhx: FlW of ouCIAU .R.h )/,
i devoted to a follow-up study of J Nurse Corps roots : S. .
LITTLE PILES !patients in the sample, analysis .. I / ',+' Y : "' i
Captain Gray is a graduate of nl 'Xie '' >
of data and preparation of a \
or SAWDUST final report. Georgia Baptist School of Nursing,I Y B tfl. at
Atlanta, and received her bacca- A"t F\avOrSI\ I I .s'
James H. Williams, Ph.D., a { 4
m YOUR HOME laureate degree in nursing from RAND .. .
_sociologist formerly on the faculty SUPERB
of Florida State University the University of Georgia. Priorto /2 A9 # ALL GRINDS VAC PAC j. r
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is the :
directing research.
POWDER POST i Pherson, Georgia, as Nurse Counselor CreauG a\. :
).;,;,. J< j 'she served r as'Training Officer .. .-. \\e /1 Astor Coffee
-s "Mark my words'when ,,at. ;Triple: : Army; Hospital:in ,...".. Bonana '
OfJcin they all get. together for the [Hawaii.. Coconut .
reunion of old high school l ''Q al!ied Registered Nurses . .. t,..ernOfN.apo Ohocotate.4t Fa mil\Y 7 9 E111l .
grads, there'll be at least one male and female, are needed to MORToN
for the sake of your borne who bounces up to you with: fill immediate rquirements," Captain I- Size II l-LB. CAN
'I'll bet you don't know whoI Gray said. The Army Nurse CreaCKEN. 3 9
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Into clothes with e R.-NT.. 12:30 p.m., and the St. Cloud
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interested persons who may not _
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i The Klssuiunee Gazette Kissimmee, Fla., Thars., dime M, IMS 3
Awarded Moose To Bring I HOMEDEMONSTRATION New Blood Bank
Damages i i
I In New 1lembersI I . NEWS To Be Constructed < Miss

In Suit The Loyal Order of Moose- II i Construction on new quarters j! Majorette
Turnpike I Osceola Lodge No. 2926 St. By Marilyn DietrichThe :for Central Blood Bank will begin ] I

Cloud, will hold institution of in the near future, according -
A circuit court jury here has' There were other uncontested new members Saturday at 7:00 conscientious homemaker commended for asphalt or rub I to Bank Chairman, J. T. ]I To Be Chosen
awarded Osceola County landowners I parcels which also were awarded. I p.m. The institution will be followed who is disturbed about the appearance -I 1 ber tile or some types of floor I:Branham. The building, to be
$186,500 more for land Earlier last week, another jury by a buffet supper and of her smooth-surface i ing such as linoleum installed I: located sear the Orange Memorial I The Miss Majorette of Os- : prizes.
taken and damages caused by awarded $172,406 to the Partin I dance. The Ritualistic Team of flooring may find that the deep, I i in sixfootidths.. I i Hospital, will be centrally accessible ceola County Contest to be Majorettes from Osceola

the Florida State Turnpike.The family.In the lodge will perform. the cere- I[I dark secret behind floor care One common mistake is the !I to other institutions in I held Saturday July 6th at the ; and St. Cloud High Schoolsare
awards were part of a the Bass-Whaley suit, the I monies. |success is amazingly simple if I application of wax too thickly. A I I the Florida area upon completion Mid-Florida I Sportsman's urged to
series of condemnation suits. court awarded, according to stip-) The men are now collectingfor :she'll only change a few of her>,1 thin film hardens more quicklyand I: of the expressway, Branham Show at the Agricultural' possible. register as soon
In a verdict late Friday, the ulated formula $16,734 in fees toj I an auction on July 16th. 'old cleaning and polishing I' gives better protection because I said. Seven counties are served I Center is open to all baton as
jury granted $96,300 to Cecil E.I the law firm of Warrick, Cargill,]!Donations can be given by calling : habits. the moisture content of i by the bank and its branches. *irlers in Osceola County. Esther Circle
I and Le Fevre.Explorer. Dave Stup at 892-2643 or : While modern flooring materials the wax can fully; evaporate. Announcement 01 plans tor expansion -
Whaley. Thelma W. Lorenz H. I Miss Bobby Jo Hodala. in j
I taking them to the Moose Lodge, 1,I and floor care items have Thick coatings leave subsurfacewax was made at the Annual Met
Clay Whaley, and A. E. Whaley.It charge of the contest '! MondayThe
1116 10th St. St. Cloud (I toward reduc- soft, increasing the floor's an-
on Monday gone a long way i Meeting of the Board held yesterday -
also granted $90,200 to LeRoy t Post i: Wednesday Friday or Sat- j! ing the burdensome aspects of vulnerability to denting and surface I following a luncheon at nounced that applications are Esther Circle of the First
Bass. In advising the juryof I I now available both the
urday evening after 7-30 p.m. j routine floor maintenance, many 1 scratches. Because of the which number of individualswere United Presbyterian Church met!
its duties Judge Parker Lee Plans Fund Drive I They are also starting a blood |I housewives have neglected to i it nature their formulations, the I honored for contributions I Kissimmee and St. Cloud : Monday in the educational building
McDonald told them they had to i. ,ban k. At the present time i keep pace with the times. Despite totallling
include in their verdicts.the following -1 Explorer Post 291 is having a I'j blood can be drawn only by !t their efforts, the gray I< provide a safeguard The following or more directors were.; a deadline of July 1st for all j Mrs. J. B. Steffee as co.hos

amounts: !fund raising drive and would''families who donate, but when [! cloudy floors in their kitchens, against thick applications. . elected to for the coming applicants. : tesses. There were eight memo
For Bass;-$27,000 for land tak-I like to have discarded articles !the reserve reaches 100 pints i i bathrooms and family rooms indicate Equally important liquid pol- : Chairman serve J. TBran Twirling and Strutting competition : bers and one guest. Miss Ida
I year -
en: $15,700 for business for a future auction. f anyone who needs blood will be I incorrect floor care proi i ishes and waxes should be applied ham Vice chairman Ted Eid- | will be Saturday j Margaret Johnston R. N. of
For the WhaleY-$34,500 for the I Please call 847-3290 or 847-3581 j'able to draw from the bank. I I cedure. ] in a single direction to: son; ; Treasurer Buell G. Dun- morning at 10:00: a.m. at the. Fatehgarh. India present.

land; $18,600 for business dam- between 5 p.m.-9 p.m. for the;;People interested in donating I| All floors require a regular'. avoid the spotty and *"checker can, Jr. Executive Secretary 'Agricultural Center. All contestants ; Mrs. Sam Prather conductedthe
age.These I Explorer Scouts to pick up i blood to this bank should con- j I program of washing, polishing then mean that the jury articles. I II tact Bill Bouton 892-2418. I i I and waxing. Reasons for floor :11 I they have dried. : Saturday evening show to be1! were led by Mrs. John
Directors include Brevard
awarded $43,200 to the Whaleysand I I care dissatisfaction normally involve i i In addition to immediately : : judged for the third facet of Summers. Dr. Olive Fish
$42,700 to Bass in severance I Last day for pick up is July I; BUY FROM THE J I one or more of these ac-j1 I I wiping up spills, a thorough I County. Thomas S. Kenney, the contest beauty. During the Bible study. presented -
damages. 12th. i 1 GAZETTE ADVERTISERS I tivities and they often point to :sweeping is all the care nonnal- Cocoa Beach; for Orange County the intervening acts the
| A committee '
was appointed to
.! neglect of a few basic floor!;i !ly required for daily mainten- Freeman H. Cary, M. D., : judges will make their decisions ,
toke charge of the luck :
I I also serving as Medical Director pot supper ;
care steps. returning to announcethe
to be held at the church Monday
I Chief among these, is washing i iI. floors too frequently with strong ,.scratching i and will prevent oust his, Jr., and Joel R. Wells Jr., June 24th.

I. soaps and cleaners. With some'' ;from becoming ground in. Orlando. Osceola County representative .
YIPPEEIB ITS types of flooring these strong j I Furniture rests will help prevent Edward R. Grissom,
solutions can fade and discolorthe i'I i denting caused by heavy Jr., Kissimmee; for Seminole

material more readily than 1 I furniture and modern pieces with County Ralph B. Wight, III. '
constant wear.Thorough i' ;pointed legs. These rests spread Branham said information regarding t..
washing can be limited (i the weight of the furniture over site of the new buildingwill r x3y.

to three or four times a |i. a larger area and remain flat be publicized as soon as
I year: or when exceptional soiling '!'even when the chairs are tilted. plans are complete.

has occurred, if spills are wiped!1 I Roller coasters are more likely .. "..
up before they become sticky j jto! dent floors because weight is U ofF Sponsors .. }
or dry. In all cases, strong j: concentrated in a small area.
cleaners should be avoided un- j Deep gouges are often caused Slogan ContestThe
less diluted as their high alkali I{I i bj moving furniture across the
32ND ANNUAL I!I content can ultimately cause I j I flooring without dollies. Where University of Florida's 1
chemical changes in color pig-I! furniture is too heavy for lifting, Homecoming Slogan Contest
ments or compositions. J: small scraps of carpeting or od June 17ilh all
When floors are exceptionallysoiled I heavy cloth should. be placed dians eligible to win the 963'a
SILVER SPURS RODEO and need a thorough clean- I j I beneath legs to give protection awarded for setting the theme

ing, a good all-purpose solution : needed. the state's biggest weekend.
is a half-cup of household deter- '( Seven words or less with "

gent and a half-cup: of ammonia'! License phasis Alumni" as their base, will M
JULY 3 & 4 diluted with a gallon of warm j I win prizes in the state-wide contest

water. This solution will also remove !,. Price Increased for first .second and third r- ,

OPENING PERFORMANCE-July 3-8 p.m. MATINEE 2:30 p.m. July 4 excessive wax arcumula-1 i Florida fishermen will find a place winners.
tions which cause graying or The contest opened June 17 and
one dollar increase on the new
yellowing. all entries must be received by
fresh water fishing license
SILVER SPURS ARENA HIGHWAY 441 Application of a protective wax i i which will be officially on sale midnight, July 14, according to
or polish should always follow Florida Blue Key, sponsors of the .
June 15
| Saturday, at offices of
thorough cleaning, but should be i i annual event. Entries should be'
CLOUD all County Judges and their authorized -
started only after the washed II 1 sub-agents throughout directed to Homecoming Slogan
floor has dried completely.i i the State. Contest, Florida Blue Key, Florida

Bareback Bronc Riding Bulldogging I I bing The a inconvenience floor waiting of for scrub-it to'; The one dollar increase on all Gainesville.Union, University of Florida,

Saddle Bronc Riding dry ant then applying wax has resident fresh water fishing licenses -
Open Barrel Races .x:. ; : Recent winners in past contests
I 1 will be set aside in a
been removed products
Bull Riding Clown Acts 1 j{ that; clean and polish by new in one step.j(! special fund to be used for im- include "Gators Pace the Racein

: Calf Roping ....- ,, -' Horse Racing I The cleaners development and polishes of combination'and other: water provement fishing.of The Florida's new licenses fresh New Space"Frontier", "Gators, and Appear"Homecoming on the; 2 out of 5 U.S.homes are owned aree

liquid, self-polishing products i J are actually effective July 1; I 1960-Best in Dixie". i

over the past few years have;' however both the 1962-63 and It is an amazing fact that forty per cent of all
..' cut the time required for floor I! the new 1963-64 licenses will be (Continued from page 1) 1
1 American families who live in their own homes
RESERVED SEATS .. care and have erased the need |{ honored by all Wildlife Officers
GENERAL ADMISSION for hand-and-knees application i during the period from June 15 dent. own those homes free of any debt of any kind.

Adults $3.00 Adults I Ifiii' of paste waxes.In to July 1. Beginning July 1, The short course also encompasses Savings and Loan Associations contributed to
$2.00 choosing cleaners, waxes only the new 1963-64 licenses the state public ,
Children I I and polishes, a good rule-df- to A. ; this accomplishment by developing the modern
$2.00 .... .. Children $1.00 will be honored according speaking contest and the trac- I
4': ;> is to .use products recommended -; D Aldrich, director Game and State 4-H officers
i tor contest.
home loan which
is in
paid monthly
Box i Seats for -4 8.00 . .
.. ,.
#f':_ :-! '.. .....,.," by the .manufacturers t Fresh Water. Fish Commission. will be elected at short course,
rvALL \- r.. '! >- . produce maintenance products i i(-License fees are: and state council delegates installments like rent. A home lean-to fitr our
,- .. especialy designed to be safe and: Resident, statewide, annual 4-H Corthe
will plan the program individual needs is Come see
,SEATS NOW UNDER COVER efficient for their of floor- our us.
types .: $3.00; non-resident, state wide coming year. I
ing. Labels should be read care- annual $8.00; non-resident statewide -
fully to insure that the correct;,
continuous fishing
; J, 14-day Those attending from Os-
care item is used for the floor- statewide, Savings and Loan Ass iation of OSCEOLA COUNTY
---=> ; J $3.25; non-resident, ceola county are Bill Ward.
= ing. continuous fishing $2.25. i -" KISSIMMCCI ST. CLOUD
W five-day; Dee Ciehman, Spencer Over- .
Solvent-type waxes are not re-. ,
street Bob Kinner. John ,:: b
is :i\ cl" :.
Wheaton, Eddie C I in t on ( i1 LMfM.U -
- ARCADE I SHOP IN KISSIMMEE i ii Ralph Ward. .. ,Y fEOUAt .AVIN.S MO .-.t.: :; ,:..-JaANU. C.a7C U' :. ;
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W FILTER-itO. SYSTEM cleans, recleans 11 JO only i

wash water, eliminating lint, sand,
COMPARE soap scum. SUN. MON TUES. You get a whole lot more than that '59 generator cut costa, too. PERFORMANCE-

NEW BIG 12-LB. CAPACITY takes large family June 23, 24, 25 ; Chevrolet (great as it was!) could offer. a wider choice of horsepower from the economical -
GENERAL was In stride. '' ; Some big improvements, some small, some C EVROL6T 140-hp Turbo-Thrift 6 up to a 425-hp
ELECTRIC CLOTHESLOADS 4 'SODOM & GOMORRAH1fcOGonly for savings, some for performance, some for SAVINGS-from Chevrolet' traditionally -
t 'I comfort. A few of them: EASY CARE-Air- l ' higher resale value and the special deals

WITH luw M.Les. 11 us.. 12 LIS. i "LONG HOT SUMMER" washed rocker panels help fight rust, while a your Chevrolet dealer is making during Tradei

MODIL OTHII T ry. Morn et/lo.t,.. $1999 5 11.-00 only i longer lasting exhaust system, self-adjusting Travel Time. See him now for a Jet-

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4 The' Klsslmcnee Gazette, Kissimmee F1&. Thnnu, June Bass InfantSuccumbed
.20, 1963
.. I JohnW Worth, 77,

I Died ThursdayJohn MondayGregory

Scott 17 months
II Weaver Worth 77, of Kis Bass
t: old son of Mr. and Mrs. Amon
simmee Motor Court, Kissim
I Bass, 705 Rosedale Avenue, St
nee, passed away Thursday after I
?w, t""t"lff" t - several months illness.A Cloud, passed away Monday afternoon -
I after several hours
native of Bedford, Pennsyl-
I F illness.
g vania, he had been a resident of
Besides the survivors
r this community for the past 2 parents
I include grandparents. Mr and
..J By BETTY EBY years. Mrs. Don Bass St. Cloud and
He was a retired accountantfor
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Vickers, Kis-
the Buick Division of General
I simmee. Great grandmotherMrs. y
Motors Corporation. Flint, Mich- ,
Mary Etta Collins, West
--" igan.He Florida.
t attended the Presbyterian
Birthday congratulations I will visit In Boyne City, Michigan Funeral arrangements will be
his week are being sent to : while Lucy and Hazel Church. announced later by Grissom Fu
t I 1. F. Marshall, J. J. Revitch, I will travel around, climaxing Survivors include his wife Eliz- neral Home.
:harles Koehl, Dianne Ketch- !i their tour with a visit to Cal t abeth Etta Worth. One daughter
Mrs O. B. Beale Las Vegas,
um, Luther Harris, Theresa I ifornia before returning to.
I I Muller Laura Jo Overstreet, I Kissimmee. Nevada. One stepson, Paul F. Civil Service

I i Angelica Stahl, Mrs. A. G. :, J. L. Hutchinson flew to Compton Clio, Michigan. Two Test AnnouncedThe
Mann, Wayne Evans R. C. J New York this week on a bus- Y.: stepdaughters Mrs. Blanche Hor-
,; Lawson Helen Campbell Wal- j iness trip. robin Flint and Mrs. Susan M. U. S. Civil Service Commission -

Engagement Told i i ter Nelson June Peters, Caroline Bob Facey was called to I Rock, Otisville, Michigan. One has announced a new
Myers, Jimmie Lupfer j Cleveland Ohio this week .b}' brother Cleve Worth Memphis, examination for filling positionsin
Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Debault I Johnny Kesler, Robert Day, ;the illness of his father. Tennessee. 4 grandchildren and 3 the Department of Labor'sBureau Jan Streetman daughter 01

of Winter Haven announce the I Jean lahhucci, Pat Keene, j I tI.c' great grandchildren.Funeral of Employment Securityin Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Street.

engagement of their daughter, I Kim Erenheich Arlo Law. I Joe Carroll of Anchorage [ services were held at connection with the maintenance man, was graduated from

Darlene to William Ballard. son rence. Mark .Sessions Carol I Alaska left this week after II 2 o'clock Friday from the Gris- of a Federal-State systemof Greenville College Greenville .

of Mrs. Margaret Ballard of Salem -I. Sue Hutchinson. Best wishes |! spending several days visit- I II' som Chapel with the Rev. First Dorr public employment offices Illinois June 3rd with
Van Eetten. Minister of.the
each of and
Virginia. to you. ing friends in around and of a Federal-State programof
The wedding will be held in I I'I Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Smith i Kissimmee. Joe has been retired United Presbyterian Church of- unemployment insurance.The the degree of Bachelor of

late August at the Central Christian I i I i and daughter Pam of Fort t from the air force but I' ficiating. Cremation followed., Interment positions of Employment Science in Education. She
Church of Winter Haven.I Ii I i I Madison, Iowa spent last week |I II remained In Anchorage to at- Miss Laura Lee Boggess will be in Las Vegas. Service Advisor ((56,675 to $9,475 plans to teach first grade in

Miss Debault attended schoolsin i I with Mrs. Smith's mother 1 II. tend the university there. I Nevada. Grissom Funueral Home a year) and Social Administration Orange County next year.

Kissimmee and Lake Wales I.Mrs Lloyd Fish 1618 Janet i I Our best wishes go with Boggess-Crum Told I was in charge of arrangements. Adviser ($6,675 to $14,656 a

and was graduated from Colonial Street. They returned to their ,. Judy Guynn who goes to the I Engagement : year) are for work in Washington

High School in Orlando. She will !I home Saturday. I. Miss Florida contest at Sara- Bertha Fleming I : D. C and various cities CARD OF THANKS
Miss Sidney Lumley, Mrs sota next week We hope she The family of the late SammieJ.
graduate in August from Milligan throughout the country .The posi-
Army Sergeant Major (Retired Linda was graduated from I Williams wishes to express
Hamlin and Mrs. Hazel
i title to Osce
Lucy back the Passed
College Tennessee with a A.B. brings ) and Mrs. William W. Bogl I: Fort Knox .High School and at- Away MondayBertha tion of Social Insurance Re- their sincere gratitude and appreciation -
I this week for
degree and will teach in Roan- Manfield left I ola County. She will be accompanied -l gess of Radcliffe Kentucky announce tended Eastern Kentucky State search Analyst ((56,675 to 514,565a to all of their many
i! an extended vacation: Sidney. by Boots Cody. Louise Fleming 84. of food
for their flowers
oke Virginia next year. I the engagement, of their I College Richmond, Kentucky.He year) are located in Washington friends
Mr. Ballard was graduatedfrom 424'/ Broadway. Kissimmee D. C. only. To qualify, applicants money,letters, telegram and
I daughter Laura Lee to Joe was graduated from Osceola
Nazarenes Hold Women E.I cards of condolence and all acts
Presbyterian passed early Monday aftera
Andrew Lewis High School away must have had pertinent -
( Crum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack I High School served four years of kindness shown them duringthe
Salem and served in the army Special Services I To Meet MondayThe W. Crum of Kissimmee. The I in the U.S. Coast Guard and al- lengthy illness. She was the experience. For some posi- illness and death of their
widow of Arthur Fred Fleming,
for three years. He was gradu- I wedding will be an event of Sunday I so attended Eastern. He will tions appropriate education may loved one.

ated from East Tennessee State June meeting of the United August 18th, at Fort Knox, I,enter Florida State University in Kissimmee groceryman who be substituted for experience.Full Mrs. Gertrude Youmans,
College with a B.S. degree and is Dr. John L. Knight, District Presbyterian Women will be held I Kentucky. j,!:the Fall. passed awa yhere in 1929. W details may be found in Mother and FamilyIf
Superintendent of the Florida I A native of Iowa she had been
presently employed by Liberty If Monday June 24th, preceded bya Announcement
Mutual Insurance Company at Nazarenes, will be the special covered dish supper. at Mike Hankins Wins Florida TelephoneTo a resident of this communitysince Applications will be accepteduntil you are one of those.
speaker Sunday morningat 1919. Boardof
Roanoke. 6:30 I further notice by the
the Church of the Nazarene -; p.m.Miss Ira Margaret Johnston Iln Swimming Meet Retire ThirteenThirteen She was member of the First U. S. Civil Service Examiners who have helplessly watchedPSOR1AS1S
I Il
here. Also, The Mike 14 old United Presbyterian Church; Department of Labor Wash
missionary to India, will present Hankins year son t i
The leatherback turtle I dors Gospel Quartet Ambassa-'I l the I I of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hankins.j I employes of the. Flor- Kissimmee. ington 25, D. C Announcementsand
grows to 8 feet in length bringing the special I The members are requested to I I entered the Southwest Florida I f ida Telephone Corporation will Survivors include one son application forms may be come back and back and back_
both morning and evening be honored at a "Retiree Party"Friday Lloyd Fleming, and daughter obtained from offices .
I I bring the gold boxes. j i Swimming Association meet held j one many post
services Sunday. June 21st at the Lees- Discover what, doctors now
i Mrs. Fred W. both of many
Engle the
'' throughout country
last weekend Ft. and
CARD OF THANKSTo Hostesses for the will at Myers [
evening for-
The Ambassadors are from burg Community Building, according report about an new
Kissimmee. One sister Mrs. C. from the U. S. Civil Service
all our friends who extend I be the Esther Circle 'I'I came home with four medals to Max E. mula that in case after case! has
i Wettstein,
ed kindness and sympathy dui- I Atlanta Georgia, and are The meet was sponsored by |i President and General H. May, Hickman, Nebraska. Commission, Washington 25, D. proved it can help check the ugly
: managed by Mr. EldridgeFox scale
ii Funeral services were held at C. march of pnoriasi acrow
ing our recent bereavement and who also plays the piano AAU.Mike i the system. skin relieve red blotchesreduce -
2 o'clock from the Gris- your
Softball Games Tuesday
I first in the 100' ..
especially the pastor and mem- for the quartet and is the soloist :I i placed This honored group has a com- There than itching Grea som O1apel.ith the Rev. Dorr are now more
bers of the Shingle Creek Meth- I yard butterfly with 1 min. 2.81 i free SKAYIXS promotes healing
for the group. They are Results ToldIn I I = bined total of 258 years of faithful
odist Church thank seconds 2nd in backstroke 2nd Van Etten Minister of the First 19 million dairy cows in the leaves skin feeling and looking
we you. ; ; ;
service with Florida
viewed on television with other Telephone. cleaner and moother.
Gayle, Gilbert and Tom Wood in 50 freestyle and 3rd in indi-I From Kissimmee United Presbyterian Church of U. S.:: about one cow for each pleasant all
outstanding southern will be Fos- SKAYLOS-now at drugstoresin
singers. last week's play the Padg viduaL medley. '! ter Stutler Central Office Equipment ficiating. Active casketbearerswere nine Americans . .. Not a economical lotion form, $3.19

FEET ACHE. ITCH2 Dr. Knight Is a native of etts farfeited a game to the Road i I 17 years. Messrs. Adison Bodiford, single steam locomotive has cream form in handy tube $1.98.
'4 of aU' your bone are lu the I I Manuel Gallapher Carl Kenton been built for American rail-
I Texas and now resides on Big camp. A colorful has been FREE REPORT
fret. No wonder they ache, swell : Legion Auxiliary j party plan- Arthur Logsdon Nelson Makinson -
perspire, Itrh. Bathe feet twice Sand Lake in the district par Other games played were Phil ned for the group of approximately roads since 1953 . Free of"Latest Medical Facts
with T-4-L Solution for relief 1 i i and Early Murphy. Jr. Honorary copy
daily lips 66, 12, City Utilities, 8; Phil- 200. The retirees will be About Psoriasis" at your druggist'snow
sonage. The executive committee and
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opposing countries The prospectis The Kissbnmee Gazette l Klsrimn IIe*, Ffau, Ttars, ,J&Be" 1968 5
Gives appalling because we do have r l Washington ReportPOSSIBLE I

the weapons and we are adding a grand total of 17,249,855.

to this awesome arsenal at a rate CIVIL, RIGHTS I servists particularly since we So, it's figured, we need 17H
Report of PollI that would make the word over- BATTLE IN CONGRESS Like I are involved in a Cold War = THE million young trees for plantingin

kill an understatement.. . the rest of the nation Congresshas which may continue for years.I the 1963-66 period. However
been giving much attention I have urged the Senate Judiciary FARM: the number of trees surviving In
defer to no one in my desireto .heavily. OUR WHOLE philosophy has I to the civil rights problems Committee to give speedy nursery stocks af the start of thisyear
stop this deadly arms race Nothing would please me more been that "if they start something -,which have been pending in so approval to the continuance of FRONT after the freeze is estimated -
which is sucking the life blood .than for us to be able to sit we have" the capacity for I many federal courts and are this practice. The motives of at oaly 1638744. That means
out of the economy and resourcesof 'around the international table as finishing it. But in the mean arising from serious racial friction those who so serve should be BY DOYLE CONNER the present shortage in estimated
this country and-to some ex reasonable people-to work out time "s tar t f ng something"means in many places both commended rather than impugned. OMMISSIONERELDRIDA requireemnts lor.the next
tent-out of our allies. There's killing at a conservative South and North. The President's .
some sensible solution to the three years is more than 15)4
small solace in the fact that it's problem of averting the nuclear estimate, some 50 millions of recommendations for legislationare WATER RESOURCE BUILDING DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE million.If
costing our enemies just as war that would spell the end of Americans and destroying life as expected next week. The sit- I have joined other Sena- citrus nursery production in
civilization as we know it. we know it for generations. uation requires level heads and tors in the co-sponsorship of a Prospects are might good the next three years continuesat
Our defense people-and the Enlightened leadership around patient consideration. If drastic bill providing for the donation of another materiel increase the average rate of the past
the world could stop this foolishness recommendations received of Florida's planted to
Russians have coined a new are federal land in the acreage three years, it will take more
CHICKEN word-overkill-this means that if we could somehow man which conflict with the Constitution Columbia for the construction ofa cane. A world shortage and than 5 years to catch up on our
we, or' they, have the potential age to get some enlightened leadership and are based upon the the- building to be furnished occupied ly higher prices are in the shortage.The .
FREEZETTEDRIVEIN weapons which would kill eight. both here and on the ory that coercive legislation can and maintained by the In the past couple of )' present
ten. twelve maybe fifteen times other side of the Iron Curtain. solve this difficult national problem Bureau of Water Resources of II Florida cane plantings in the estimates I've
the effective populations of the I have no doubt about our own ; I shall oppose .them.SENATE the National Rivers and Harbors I around the southern shore of quoted are
: Gerald G. Norman
furnished by
-- i desire to settle world tensions. VOTES -FUNDS- FOR Congress. at its own expense to Okeechobee jumped from
We have, in all good faith-but. EVERGLADES NATIONAL deal with water resources prob- I to 140,000 acres. The number assistant chief ,plant inspector of
_I THEKISSJMMEE unfortunately with mighty poor PARK LANDS The Senate recently lems. Upon completion of construction I sugar mills there increased our Division of Plant Industry
-- judgment done a whole lot more passed and sent to confer- title to the land and 13> to 12, and production in charge of our Citrus Budwood
GAZETTE than I have thought was justified ence the Interior appropriationsbill. :improvements vould revert to I for raw sugar has been Registration Office at Winter
in trying to work things out. We During the Floor debate I the federal government which I from 150.000 to about 400,000 Haven.
just can't seem to convince our- was successful in securing approval would then lease the property to a )'ear. Although be emphasized his
M A.J.h* H. Perry Newi ....- selves that our good faitb-how- of an amendment provid- the Rivers and Harbors Con- I Before the big freeze last estimate is purely personal and

J ever faulty our judgment may be ing $500.000 for the acquisition of gress for a period of 99 years or cember it looked as if unofficial, I don't believe mere's
Offices: 24-26 Stewart Are. -isn't the answer. The good 5,000 acres of privately-owned less at one dollar per year. I ment in our greatly anyone in the state better qualified .
qr Telephone 847-2881 faith and. I'm sure the bad land lying within the boundariesof LABOR DEPARTMENT WAGE :sugar industry would range to analyze our citrus situa
judgment is all on one side. Everglades National Park. AUTHORITY: DISPUTED My 12,000 to 13.000ith a total tion. His report' says in part:
I Entered as Second Class Mall Matterin . This is the fourth consecutiveyear April 27 newsletter reported a nual payroll expansion of "Fi hz'nes carefully compiled
the Post Office at Kisalmmee. Fla. THE RUSSIANS 'have gained! in which I have put money conference with Department of I million dollars. A couple of )' from nursery invoices and as
substantial advantage as the result into the bill for this purpose Labor officials in which we discussed I ago employment was in the : accurate as any such figures can
Published Thursdays at Kissimmee, Florida of our willingness to negotiate only to have it lost in confer- that agency's proposed t borhood of 3.500. be. show that from July 1, 1957to
test ban agreements and to ence. However. I have some rea- establishment of a 95c minimum : Today the world sugar June 30. 1962 a total of 11.
,. LEO SCHUMAKER discuss disarmament agree son to believe that the House hourly wage for off-shore farm :is boiling. The market is : 891.400 nursery trees were planted -
Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION "- ments and it should be com conferees will be more symp- workers. At the time. with other sharply. No one knows what's in the state. By my estimate
pletely clear by now that they athetic in considering the matter members of the Florida delegation ing to happen to prices from :50 percent of these or 5,947.495
RATES will continue to lie to us and of. o this year. Although the federal I challenged the Labor De- to day. except it looks like trees 5 years old or less must
fer nothing but negatives in good has been authorized partment's authority to take are going to continue
Six months, $2.50; one year, $4.00; two years, $7.0Q government be replaced."
faith.We !Ito spend $2 million for lands in such action and stated that we I for a while. People in the "Trees 5 to 8 years oW. planted -
made an utterly preposterous I Ithe Park to date all the proper- would oppose any" attempted pre ry know there's a world during the period 195457.:
proposal at the Geneva Disarmament -!ty within the Park has been emption in this Geld. The agency I but the details are obscure. -
totaled 6.045.301. By estimate
Conference last springour either donated by the state or promised to submit a brief in I my
SEE US FOR ALL TYPES.GUARANTEED one-third of then or 2.016.148
infamous three-step disarmament others or purchased with statefunds. support of its contention. The 'I To assure adequate supplies >'
r proposal. This indi brief received this week and our increasing American p trees must be replaced.He .
rectly brought discredit on a per-j NEW WHEAT AND FEED with which I do not agree buildsits !tion, the U. S. Department estimate this year's nm
fectly sound law passed over-(!GRAINS LEGISL.TIOSrRO.. case upon a departmental interpretation ; Agriculture has moved sery production would have been
whelmingly by Congress settingup !fDUCED Last week I joined of a 1933 Act. His i to boost quotas and remove dis'I 2.731.219 tree of which 40 percent -
the Arms Control and Disarmament -'with Senators Anderson. Aiken torically. Congress: has refused :age restrictions. It raised of all budded stock or 1.-
Agency. All this law land I Hickenlooper in introducing ro surrender its authority in the ;quotas by 600.000)( ( tons to a ; 092.495 trees were freexe-killed.
does is set up an agency of experts -!ta bill establishing new wheat agricultural wage field: and if :of 10.400,000> for the current )" "Since our maximum production
to deal with the problem. f'and feed grains programs. This the Labor Department persists.I Later, it announced there will of nursery stock for any
They have no right to commit :is a bipartisan substitute for ex- I ask for a Congressionalairing i no acreage restrictions :- one year (1960-6l has been 2-
this country to anything. Only i'fisting wheat legislation and the of the entire matter on the 1964) crop in the $35.190 trees" Norman concludes
the Congress can do that. I Senate feed grains bill which ,:NATIONAL RIVERS AND I cane areas of Florida and "it is apparent that it
But our muddle-headed foreign was passed last month, and HARBORS CONGRESS It has ana.At will be several years before we
WORK AND policy-makers continue on their,|which I strongly opposed on the been a pleasure to visit with the i the same; time can replace all the trees lost
THE LOWEST PRICESIN blithe and merry way just as if i! grounds that it is clearly a long many Florida friends who have ;I ate shares of the 1963 crop due to the freeze even if you
they hadn't been stung many [step toward the complete regimentation been- in Washington this week as !both Florida and Louisiana : consider that I am 10 or even
times before. The Russians lied I of American agriculture. delegates to the annual =National rescinded, but this action '. \ :20! percent over in my estimates."
TOWN TRY US! to us about the moratorium on -The recent overwhelming Rivers and Harbors Congress. too late to have eiiect on There are people In the citrus
%a nuclear testing-they lied to us j defeat of the wheat referendum Harry Buckman of Jacksonvilleis ;ing output at this time. business who will tell you Nor
We're equipped to handleall about Cuba-not once but manytlvHs. ;was an unmistakable indication President of that organization. i No one (knows right now man's estimates are if anything.
I suspect they're still lyingto I that our farmers do not want and Mary and I were happy to :.the increase will amount to on the conservative side.1hOd1imo.
printing requirements, '>...\. about Cuba-and yet our rigid government control. Our be his guests at the annual Presi Florida plantings for the
latest flight into naivete is the new legislation would among dent's R e c e p tion Wednesday crop but one industry' official !
large or small! Finer, faster President's proposal for a high j other things repeal existing law evening. During the conventionI 'pressed the opinion it : ;.
lower level discussion in \Ioscow-of all authorizing the Secretary of joined with other members of will be fairly large. That i \ !
plus priceson
places-on a permanent test ban !Agriculture to conduct another our Congressional delegation in for which planting will soon I II -
everything from cards treaty. j jreferendum on the multiple-price attending the Florida Caucus ;underway, will be Harvested Af
1.I I.'. .. . certificate f plan for wheat in 1964. Breakfast given by the Canal the 1964-65) season. I -
t4 ) and invitations to impressive HERETOFORE we have negotiated :j Further it rescinds his' author- Authority of the State of Florida I I II \,
,* on neutral ground-now we I jity to set wheat acreage allot- and the luncheon sponsored by I Three of our newest sugar : ..
brochures/ propose to play ball in their ments or proclaim wheat marketing the Florida Waterways Associa ventures have: been having : \ :(
f *p' H.krW park and.as the President says j quotas. Our bill establishes tion. In addition to these events sledding. One large outfit and
and I quote "make clear our _a feed grains program whichwe I conferred with several groups other ,medium-sized one lost "The fact that a dollar may
/ good-faith' avid solemn convio believe will be compatiblewith relative to water matters in their entire cane crop in the De end up in outer space does not
.lAI; it ; COMMERCIAL AND lio'iis'\ Good faith and solemn the wheat program provided particular areas of the state. freeze. The third,.;a small, mean that it goes farther,
convictions i in 1' international relations in the legislation and consistent GEORGE WASHINGTON MEMORIAL was abl to sate 1 only .about these days"
with the HONOR DEEPLY APPRECIATED per cent of its crop.
SOCIAL PRINTING require a two-way street. : long-range interests
I I'm afraid we haven't even got ,of livestock dairy and poultry I am deeply The crop losses were KIN ITCH
ten across our good faith to the producers. Price supports for grateful to the membership of mostly on more recently DONY SCRATCH IT!
s II rest of the world. That's why I've i'both wheat and feed grains the National Rivers and Harbors "'cold land"some distance I eratchiag cpreadt iaftetUn, cautinr -
been pushing hard for my Freedom !; would be reduced but livable Congress for awarding me its I the warmer area close to Inc ITCH'IE-SOT pahl. Appt in.t ad.q. Itchiot k-dr-
... Academy Bill which would i and substantial programs of 1963 George Washington Memorial I Okeechobee. It is possible that quiet do* n to minute and aati-
search will develop ptka.Uoa help speed healing
be the instrument to get our land retirement would be set up. Honor in recognition of my Fine for eczema insect bite, toot
FIRST DEPARTMENTAL work for water de strains of cane that can It.h. other .warfare rashes If
story across to the rest of the AP- resources not
LET US GIVE YOU on the mucklands which are pleaced. A our 48c bark at any dreg
world. All our good faith in nego- '! SENT TO impressive ceremony -, store TODAY at HINT BROS.
tiating has produced thus far is PRESIDENT The first annual took place at a luncheon
: A FREE ESTIMATE contempt on the part of the Russians -j departmental appropriations bill I several yesterday. Mary was among the THE DEPENDABLE BUIU BY DODGE!
: of the session hundred
confusion on the part of; providing for guests present
the neutrals and beildermen'on I the operation of the Treasury and the presentation was ably
ON YOUR NEEDS. . the part of our Free World 1 I and Post Office Departments handled by Senator Frank Carl
allies. I think ifs time we sat has been cleared by both Houses son of Kansas and President
THE KISSIMMEE GAZETTE and sent to the Buckman.
back and let someone else show i President. The My membership for
good faith. conference bill is J101.-I million some years on the Public Works
--- ----- some under the budget"request.. Legislative Committee and since
r MENTAL HEALTH BILL that time on the Public Works
- - PASSED The Senate has pass- Subcommittee of Appropriations
N ed and sent to the House a bill have kept me quite active in
0 ti'\C authorizing the expenditure of this field.
_ s @ W@f@@ J $848.5 million over the next ten MARY E."TERT.LX81aI')'
years to assist the states in constructing recently gave a luncheon for the
I and operating centers wives of the members of our
f :} ', < ;',:,., ,.,, ,/i I for the treatment of the mentally Congressional delegation and
retarded and for the training of this week she exhibited and talked
< 'f. i( individuals to work with retarded about her shell collection at
z Ii I children. While the amount a meeting of the Senate Ladies
.. -GENERAL $/i ELECTRICFREEZER GENERM. &* ELECTRIC I authorized is large. I voted for Red Cross unit.RETt."RX v
I passage because there is undeniable TO FLORIDA-Last
; I need for such facilities weekend was enjoyably spent in
CHESTFREEZER throughout the country. Florida. On Saturday it was my
i CONGRESSIONAL RESERVISTS privilege to make the dedicatory
DEFENDED In remarks remarks at the opening of the
--- | on the Senate Floor this week ]I fine new Post Office and City KEEP OUR TOWN BEAUTIFUL. .
-I. j supported the continued holding Hall building at Bushnell. On
| of reserve military commissions Sunday morning I addressed the
i I by members of Congress.: I see graduating class at the Bolles
i no conflict of interest as has School in South Jacksonville. As
I been charged in some quarters I1! complete this report I am preparing -
i I Ilk in members of the Congress retaining -1 to leave again for another '
I j such commissions. I feel weekend in the state visit;'
j that Senators or House Members: irg the Spring Reunion of the
,, 4WiLLFHIt i serving in the reserve are set- I"-;versity of Tampa Alumni and
;I I ting a fine example for all re f" commencement exercisesKISSIMMEE .
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i want work but cannot give full Orlando. Florida I vs. ) i I I
FOR ALE: Grandfather clock. : time there is a splendid income \ going north on my vacation and I'd like to have some folders June 6. 13 20.27. 1963 SARA ROBERT O. R.HARDEN HARDEN his and wife. )) Insure You fvfare la a

Antique store in Triangle build I opportunity for you with Avon. \ on ORANGE GARDENS to give my fritnds. I'vo been. in. business NOTICE CALL TO FOR CONTRACTORSSealed BIDS WILLIAM ALEWINE and JO ) well-pajrleg pr.Classes f*,"..' GREEN'S FUEL
ANN ALEWINE. his wife. CASH) Day *; Night
ing. Would like to find new Write Avon Manager P.O. Box j bids will be received at Florida ) I VJk. Approved
home. 1 2427 Vero Beach Fla. here for many years, and ORANGE GARDENS is ont of the best the office of the Board of Public corporation BROTHERS.and INC.THE a CITY OF) Orlando Barber College Sales and Service

Instruction of Osceola County at KISSIMMEE. a Florida munlcl-) : Blo..... Tr.'
things that's ever happened to Thacker and Ernest Sts., Kissim- ) I SS99 8. Oraa&e
White Boston Terrier purebred I HELP WANTED. MALE & FEMALE KISSIMMEL"I mee. Florida up to 10:00 A. M. corporation.! .Defendants ) OA 4476 mod M7-417J 147-4171

well marked face, screw tail I! HIGHER STEADY INCOME I EST. Tuesday. July 16. 1963 for MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE i!
When you take your vacation, call or come in to FLORIDA the complete construction of lunch- OF SUIT I KISSIMMff
house broken wormed female. i for reliable man or woman room at Kissimmee High; School. NOTICE j I

$15. 847-2255. I serving Watkins customers I REALTY COUNSELORS at 2 Broadway, and get some folders on ; Kissimmee. and R. E. Jefferies Elementary TO ROBERT: R. HARDEN and SAND ROCK For G I School. St. Cloud. Florida. MORTAR MIX Harold Wigd 847-2038
his wife.
in Kissimmee. Average ; ORANGE GARDENS for friends.FLORIDA All bids received will be publicly SARA G. ,I
R. fletcher 847-4539
your Tennessee A.
FOR SALE Mobile home 3 bedroom I Chattanooga. STEEL & WIRE MESH
: $65.00 weekly and more to I.! Ii opened and read aloud. Plans and and to any and all other parties j Kwwwth lied,"
VA baths washer and full i si eclf lea tl tons may be examinedat claiming right. title. and/or .
or part time. No in- the office of the School Super- ; any 892-7695 (St. Cloud]
the following
dryer. All appliances late vestment; no experience re- i intendent. Ernest and Thacker Sts.. described Interest in property.and to to wit: |. For Co Service: PhoneJ.
model. 8-ft. ceilings 10 x 53. : REALTYCOUNSELORS Klsslmnve., or at the office of MANOR ' T1A
quired. Write C. R. Ruble Dept. Charles H. Parsons. architect. 18 N. Lot 55. FAIRLAWN 8. Rowntroo 847-4062

MAGNOLIA by owner. Box J-2. P. O. Box 2447 Memphis ;. Stewart A\e.. Kissimmee. Florida. SUBDIVISION.thereof as recorded. as per in Plat the Book Plat Robert Men

2518 Sun Mobile Park. I Tennessee. One set of plans and specifications 1. Page 3 77. Public Records of r Emory Bronxxi 8474570
: ING. may be secured by general Osceola County. Florida. aIo leo Girourd 847-2061
t from the office of
contractors only
HEREBY NOTIFED It H. Hall 892-1212. St. Cloud
the architect by depositing $25.00.
2 Broadway Kissimmee that the Plaintiff. PENINSULA t or call H. T. Simmons. Mgr.

OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 I 847-3156 847-3157 Osceola County. Florida.By HURST. a national banking corpo- KISSIMMEETRANSIT.MIX

NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941. /s/ W. B. Stephens. the ration Laws organized of the and United existing States under of.,I Robert O'Rorry 8473219R.

J F i ---I- his agent or attorney or the same t I June 20. 27.Secretary July 4. 1963IN' America.In the has Circuit Instituted Court suit againstyou of the John.Evans W. lastitor St. Cloud 847-3442 8923482Radio

I I FOR SALE LEGAL NOTICESIN will become void according to law. J Ninth Judicial Circuit in and for Phone: 847-3524 I .- -
This the 21th day of May. 1963. .- i-
Florida the nature I
Osceola County. _
; ;
I N.. Urjt tw* M4r... ..... AB bwh- JUDGE'S COURT CLAUDE DORMAN j OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA of the suit is to foreclose that
J Executor of the Estate of !
L. 1
I I .h ........ Jest kofaf ce......... OSCEOKA COUNTY. FLORIDA Effle Davis deceased II| NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN certain above mortgage described which property.encumbersthe said SAUS SIXVICI i
CASE NO. 5720! Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. RE THE ESTATE OF ) and
FOR RENT: Furnished threer I $S00 GOOD TOMS IN RE ESTATE OF ) Attorney for ExecutorP. I LOIS PAULINE DRAWDY ) property being situated and located ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

o o m Bedroom SALLIE KEEN. Deceased. ) O. Box 492. Kissimmee. Fla. Deceased ) In Osceola County. Florida. You
apartment. 47-4174 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To all Creditors. Legatees. DIs- and each of you are hereby required Noel KRNBtWMSRE
__ May 30. June 6. 13. 20. 1963 I J
carporte. screened porch. To All Creditors. Legatees. Distributees tributees and all Persons having to file your Answer with the T V

Adults. Inquire 604 Portage. and All Persons having IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Claims or Demands against said Clerk for Osceola of the County.Circuit Court.Florida.In and and PARKSF CO
Claims or Demands Against said Estate:
WANTED: Two lots for individual COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY
thereof HAROLD
Estate You and each of you are hereby serve a copy upon Ifhrinwn .SI. OM4
FOR RENT-Furnished, 2 bed- trailer parking. A. Miller You and each of you are hereby CASE FLORIDA NO 5601 I notified and required to presentany A. WARD. Ill of the firm of Wln- .I
room Rest 918 notified and required to presentany claims which you. or eitherof derweedle. Haines &: Ward. 224._
apartment. Beauty Bryan Street. IN RE: ESTATE OF I
Park Avenue. South. Winter Park.
claims which have against the estateof
you. or either of ,VICTORIA TYSON. Deceased you. may
Mattresses. carporte near you. have the Lois Pauline Drawdy. deceased. Florida. Attorneys for Plaintiff tn'
may against estate
lake cool comfortable nice ,FOR SALE-Sacrifice for cash. of SaUte Keen. deceased. late of I MAKE APPLICATION FOR I late of Ocseola County. Florida to the above action. on or before the NORRIS CLEANERSSpring
Osceola the of said 15th day of July. 1963. else a Decree -
owner leaving town next week. County. Florida. to the County Judge Countyat
living-adults, 1 child $60.00 Pro Confesso will be entered
County Judge of Osceola County. ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. his office In the Court House at
month. 847-2380. Lovely three bedroom home. Florida. at Kissimmee. Florida. Kissimmee. Florida. within six calendar against; you. '
Outstanding floor plan, kitchen within six: calendar months from CERN Notice: is hereby given that we i.! months from the date1 of the IT IS ORDERED that this be dtaning Is a Breeze with our Saniton. Services

FOR RENT-Room and Bath the date of the first publication of have filed our' final returns as executors i first publication of this Notice. published. in The Kissimmee Ga- for Covers Feather PHiows.
with Blankets
walnut cabinets. Built in
this notice. Each claim or demand Each claim or demand must be in zette.' a newspaper published In Os- I Drapes, Slip ,
Private Entrance Close In. dishwasher. range and oven. must be In writing and must state deceased of the estate that of have VlctorU filed 1 I writing and must state the placeof ceola County. Florida. once each :
the place of residence and Tyson ; we residence of the claimant and week for four consecutive weeks.
Board Optional by Week or Dining room central heat, corner office address of the claimant post-and our petition for distribution and must be sworn to by the claImant. WITNESS the hand of the Clerk :

Month. 118 South Beaumont St. lot paved streets. 1221 be sworn to by claimant, his agentor .July for final 1st discharge 1963. we will and apply that on to I his agent or attorney or the same of the Circuit Court, Osceola Coun- -= KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
attorney. or the same will become will become void according to law ty. florida. this the 10th day of '
847-4011. Parade. 847-2826. void according to law. the Honorable O. P. Johnson. This the 12 day of June. 1963. June. 1963.CIRCUIT 103 East Dakin 847-4941
THIS the 14th day of June. 1963. County Judge of Osceola County. I j /s/ David Monroe Drawdy ( COURT SEAL) Telephone
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom FOR SALE: Five lots No. 20-21- ELMER KEENAs Florida. for approval of said final I Administrator of the /GLENN RAY ,
returns and for an order of distribution -i ..
Clerk of Circuit Court
trailers by week or 22-23-24 in Block A, Carolina Estate Administrator of SaUte Keen of : and for final dischargeas Lois Estate Pauline of Drawdy. Wlnderoeedle. Haines & Ward I!

month. Rainbow Mobile Homes Terrace on old Dixie Highway Deceased. executors of the estate .of Victcrla ', deceased. 224 Park Avenue. South i I
and Trailer Park MichiganAve. between Kissimmee and Or- Ellis F. DavisKissimmee.. Florida I This Tyson.27th day of May. 1963. Attorneys Brinson &: at McWhirter Law Winter June Park.13.Florida 20. 27. July 4. 1963!) I\i

U mile otf Vine Street. lando. Attorney for AdministratorJune L. CARL TYSON Kissimmee. Florida
Past Bowling alley. 20. 27. July 4. 11 W. LEON TYSON Doc TYSONAs I June 20. 27. July 4. 11. 1963 In the Circuit Court for the Ninth ROTHROCKSEPTIC
JAMES C. ( )
Judicial Circuit of Florida in and
FOR SALE; Expressway Homes Executors of the Estate I
I for Osceola Florida.
County. In
APARTMENTS FOR RENT-$9. moved to your lot. Some withno IN THE. OSCEOJ-A COUNTY COUNTY.JUDGE'SCOURT. of Victoria Tyson. deceased I. COUNTY JUDGE Chancery. No. 6489. First Federal

$11 $12 per week. Mrs. Paul down payment. Small FLORIDA. NO. I Ellis F. DavisKissimmee.. Florida OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA Savings and Loan Association of
Davis 114 Emmett Street. IN RE: ESTATE OF Attorney for Executors. NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN Osceola County a Corporation organized TANK CO
monthly payments. Phone 847- EFFIE DAVIS. Deceased. I RE THE ESTATE OF ) and existing under the j'
May 30. June 6. 13. 20. 1963
laws of the United States of
Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. Deceased.To erica. Plaintiff, vs. Palmland Enterprise
Movers. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB all Creditors. Legatees. Distributees Corp.. a Florida Corporation ,
apartments with lake and shuf. DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER
TAX DEED I I and all Persons et al. Defendants. FORECLO-
OR DE- having Culvert Tile for
or Extra Large choice home sites MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: I Claims or Demands against said !
That L. Maxcy. the holder of the
year. Capitol Motel St. Cloud YOU AND EACH OF YOU are f I Estate: SUIT. I Septic Tanks a'size for need.
trailer or business' lots. High following certificates has filed said ),1 You and each of you are hereby TO: RICHARD R. CAPES. resi- every
to ,
Hwy. 441. and and hereby notified and required certificates for a tax deed to be I i notified and required to present dence and address unknown. |
Electricity good
Dry. claims which you. or i Cement Work 280 Gallon
present any issued thereon. The certificate J Grease Traps
any claims which you. or either of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED I
water. $10 down $8 month. either of you. may have deceased.against I I I numbers and years of Issuance the I I, you. may have against the estateof that a suit has been brought :
of Effle Davis.
I the estate description of the property. and George Walton Abrams. deceas- against the nature of which Is
SHRDIPIn Why pay mor? Save high rent. Florida. to > you
Osceola County.
late of the names In which it assessed I
was I ed. late of Osceola County. Florida. I to foreclose a mortgage on the I ,
TROPICAL PARK on Route the County Judge of said county, are as follows: iCertificate to the County Judge of said Countyat hereinafter described real property. I 15 Years Experience
A Basket 441 in North Kissimmee. at his office in the Courthouse at No. 202. Year of Is-1, his office in the Court House The name of the Court in which I
Kissimmee. Florida within six calendar suance May 29. 1961. Deccriptlon of I I at Kissimmee. Florida. within six the suit has been instituted is the I K. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator
of the
months from the date Property: Lots 11 to 19 Inc.. Block
; calendar months from the date of Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial I
FREEZETTEDRIVEIN FOR QUALITY COMMERCIAL first publication ol this Notice. 26. Osceola Gardens Unit 1. Sec-1 I' the first publication of this NoUce. Circuit of Florida in and for :
must be In
PRINTING call the Gazette of. Each claim or demand tlon 9. Township 32 South. Range; Each claim or demand must be in Osceola County. Florida. and the '
writing and must state the placeof 33 East. Name In which assessed: T writing and must state the place of title of the case Is as above capj j
claimant and I
fice, 847-2881. Free estimates residence of the Unknown. I residence of the claimant and must tloned, and the real estate InvolvedIs
must be sworn to by the claimant. i ij Certificate No. 203. Year of Issuance -t be sworn to by the claimant his the following located in Osceola j Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.
I.. May 29. 1r1"o Description of agent or attorney. or the same will County. Florida viz: ,
I Property: Lots 31 Inc.. Block I become void according to law. LOT 17 of Kissimmee Highlands'
ALUMINUM AWNINGS! 6. Osceola Gardens Unit 4. Section This the 13th day of June. 1963. second Addition. Osceola County.
j 9. Township 32 South. Range /Hewlett M. Abrams Florida. according to the Official \
33 East. Name in which assessed: Executor of the Estateof Plat dated on the 17th day of PHONE: 847-3524
PICK-UP SPECIAL! J. H. Webb. George Walton March. A. D. 1959. and filed and.
All of said property being In the Abrams. deceased. recorded among the public tee- I.
Aluminum awnings or door County of Osceola. State of Florida. Brinson and McWhirter ords of Osceola County. Florida I
Unless such certificate or certifIcates Attorneys at Law on the 14th day of April. A.D I
hoods (white only] Inter. shall be redeemed according i, Kissimmee. Florida 1959. In Plat Book One (1) on |
locking slat type. to law the property described In I June 20. 27. July 4. 11. 1963 page 380. STEEL SALESANY
such certificate or certificates will II YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED :
'18.98tach. be sold to the highest bidder at the FURTHER that you are' required !
Court House Door on the first Mon IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF to file
your answer to the Complaint -
48"Wx40" Projection. day in the month of July. 1963. ,THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN filed In .this mortgage fore DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
which Is the 1st day of July. 1963. AND FOR closure proceedings with the Clerk;
For more width add *1** for every 2" required. % Dated this 30th day of May. 1963. OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDAIN of the Circuit Court of Os CHANCERY NO. 6432 I Competitively
I (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) County. Florida. at Kissimmee. Flo- :
1 I O. B. McEWAN and )
EXAMPLE: /GLENN RAY rida. and serve a copy thereof upon
_ Clerk of Circuit Court MARGARET VICKERY. as ) Plaintiffs Attorney. Phillip R. Kel- I
... : Executors of the Estate of ) TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
SO"W-19" to. S2"W-20" to. 54"W- 21 to. .. Osceola County. ley. Post Office Box 331. (12 East -
4 .\ Florida Monument Avenue) Kissimmee. Florida
These prices good at our office onryl Wo win deliver and ::' ,1 ,""",. .- 10 ....:; : May 30, June 6. 13. 20. 1963 |deceased. Plaintiffs. )) not later than the 15th day HORSf TtAlUftS AND UTILITY TXAllftS

hang 3 or mare; add '4.- tach. !;:,..e: ,:' -.. . .,' ;.': .. .\. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS I -vs- ) of fesso July.will 1963.be entered or Decree against Pro CoD-I BUILT AND REPAIRED

5. : .:/ ,;Ai: ;; '." ......, NAME STATUTE ' PHONE OR WRITE .', ' '. JUANITA HILDEBRANDE. ) .... ..... .sa..p AI wert c..a,
. ... .\ ,.. Notice is hereby given that the and ) The Kissimmee Gazette four con- i( c.&ete& .
his wife.
,. I
a.'e' ;. '. I undersigned pursuant to the "Fic cecutive weeks on the following ,
ALUMA HOUSECRAFT ) .. -.,. .., ',. titious Name Statute" Chapter WILLIAM W. IX>DGSO JR. ) dates June 13. 20. 27 and July 4.
; ._u.. _ .... .. .....:- .. Ii I 865.09.. Florida Statute. will regis-1$and LOUELLA A. DODGSON ) 1963.: I Old Orfofido Hwy. nw thr..t* k Mavkvt.Rt. .

2593 WEST WASHINGTON ORLANDO , .. ... ,, : .i..I. ter with the Clegc of the Circuit'his wife.NOTICE Defendants.OF SALE ) DVTED this June 11th. 1963. 1, tox 2SS-A IC.NlMIIt.: .

TELEPHONE 2953861HERE'S' : ; : .. ':; 1. frlcfa: Osceola*County. Florida t NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) I
.. -., ,.,. '" name to-wlt: GLENN RAY
.. . I .. Uillt on the 3rd day of JULY.
.. ,-.,' '. Courthouse Super service. under Clerk Circuit Court I '
S.k the hour of TWELVE
: . A.!> 1963. at
. ,
; ; -: which we are engaged in business NOON. at the eastern door of the Osceola County. Florida YOUNG WELDING
I :..:,":.: ; '..; t.iI.f. at 222 Emmett Street. Kissimmee. I Court House In Osceola County. By Is/ Marjorie R. Haye I LOU ,
Florida. i Phillip R. Kelley
Florida. City of Kissimmee the
f. That the parUes Interested in Honorable Glenn Ray. Clerk of the P.O. Box 331 I
ONE PLACE WHERE Any Of said business enterprise are as follows I I Circuit Court of Osceola County. (12 E. Monument Ave.) PHONE 847-3898
: John E. Moore and Edwin L. Florida. will offer for sale to the Kfsslmmee. Florida
Hartley. Dated at Kissimmee. Os-; highest bidder at public outcry for ATTORNEY, FOR PLAINTIFFJune I --
; -
YOU CAN'T AFFORD A I These Services ceola County. Florida. May 28. ;cash. the following described property 13. 20. 27. July 4. 1963 ,' -
A D.
1963.JOHN i of the Defendants; situate and I
: E. MOORE In Oscfola County. Florida. ,
New Houses May 30. June 6. 13. 20. 27. 1963}I The South one-half less that

part of the Southwest one-quar business cards I SERViCE.Custom
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S I ter lying West of Canal. Section II .
INSURANCE S CommercialStructures COURT. IN AND FOR 35. Township 25 South. Range 31 I
OSCEOLA COUNTY. East. Osceola I County Florida'AND I

In buying insurance POUCY RE STATE ESTATE OF OF FLORIDAIN I as follows ALSO: Start that at land a point described 1409 or booklets..... ; 1 Recapping W

for the protection of RALPH MARTIN deceased feet East of the Northwest Corner I 223 S. BERMUDA
Remodeling NOTICE TO CREDITORS of the Northeast one-quarter :
your family and prc p- -.Z [TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES of Section 2. Township 26 South, II' I PHONE 847-2207

erty, an error in Additions DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER t Range 31 East. Osceola County. Printing: for business .
purposes -
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS State of Florida for point of beginning -
Judgment can be dis AGAINST SAID ESTATE: : Run thence South 1272
That's why : AhimiRwn YOU AND EACH OF YOU are I feet to the North line of the Pine is usually needed ,
astrous. hereby notified and required to Grove-Trout Lake Road; run

you need good advice Siding present any claims which you. or thence in a Southeasterly direction quickly. We realize this I EWIUI -
either of you. may have againstthe along the North line of the 0 "s"
every step of the way. estate of Ralph Martin deceased. right-of-way of said road and be- and are prepared to I
Aluminum late of Cuyahoga County. State ing 25 feet off centerline a distance ren- ) ECONOMIZE
of with the Cocnty feet. or less.
OhIo. Judge of of 1227 more
Our wide range of experience extending over many Awnings Osceola County at Kissimmee. Florida to the North line of Government der extra fast service. Yet '
I within six calendar t 2. Township 26
months Lot 2. of Section
years has resulted in hundreds of satisfied clients. We I'from the date of the first publication South. Range 31 East; run there is no sacrifice in I I Extra QwHty Heck

business and it's welcome regardless of size. S Storefront of this notice. Each claim or thence North 76 degrees East
Irjvite your demand must be in writing and I along!! the North line of Government the high quality of our At No Extra Coat
: Marquee I must state the place of residence of Lot 2 a distance of 260 feet. ;
the claimant and be sworn to by more or less. to the Northeast When I .
workmanship. next
I Claimant his agent or attorney or corner of said Lot 2; run thence -
Estimates the same will become void according I North 19 degrees East along the '5 Pk 147-4021
to law. West line of Government Lots 10 you require printed matI I

This third day of June. 1963. and 11 of Section 1. Township 26
LUPFER'SInsurance SEEK. ELIZABETH C. MARTIN South. Range 31 East. to the tar, be sure to consult with I
Elizabeth C. Martin Northwest corner of said Government Member of Osceola County Be&kra AcaocUUcm
I Domiciliary Executrix of Lot 10 and being on the us!
the estate of North line of said Section 1; run
C Moore, .Jr. Ralph Martin deceased thence West along the North line
Agency PHILLIP R. KELLEYP. of said Sections 1 and 2. Township OSCEOLA CEMENT
a BOX 331 26 South. Range 31 East. a
TRIANGLE (12 E. Monument Ave.) distance of 1925. 2 feet more or KISSIMMEE

1918 1963 Kissimmee. Florida less, to point of beginning.
Attorney. tor Executrix This sale Is made pursuant to PRODUCTS. INC.
Decree of foreclosure In
June6.13.3l.27.1963 the Final
i 11 Stewart St. the above cause. Chancery Case No. GAZETTE
To NOTICE OF THE FILING OF" A 6432. entered by the Honorable NEPTUNE ROAD ......
The B
12 .w.y-Next -847-4121 I t Pheee 847-2270 PETITION FOB ADOPTION Frank A -Smith, Judge Of the said

---- |TO: Court. on the 12th day of June.

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