Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00287
 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: July 11, 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: VID00287
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
 Related Items
Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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i p i ,, ) Entered as Second Class Matter Established 1894
j 31 Klssimmee. Osceola County. Florida KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. JULY II, 1963 Phone 847-2881 ___PRICE TEN CENTS

frLL 'Parole Officer I II 283 Head Grid Team \I

Gets NewCoach ,J 'S
: I:Sold AtMarket

Probes CasesFlorida I z

Parole and Probation ployers and others in the courseof At the Klssimmee Livestock Jack Yearwood, head football

Supervisor William D. Heuck performing these 47 investigations Market Wednesday, 283 cattle coach and athletic director at Kis

KISSIMMEE Dave Price right shown con- working in Osceola County, conducted in Osceola County. and calves were sold comparedto simmee High School has an- y -

gratulating Julius Boros who had just won the U. S. a total of 47 investigations Routine supervisory contacts 456 a week ago. nounced a coaching change for

Open Golf Championship will visit Kissimmee this during the first half of 1963. during the six-month period totaled Compared to last Wednesday the 1963 season.

week as guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bordelon. Price has Heuck explained that 16 pre- nearly 1,600, he said. These made slaughter steers, heifers and He said Jack Buschofsky will SS
sentence investigations (a detailed contacts, he explained were bulls
state-wide his too few for accurate test be added to the staff to replace
frequently plugged Kissimmee program, and analytical case history with persons under supervisionof cows steady to strong and calves Lynn Hernandez, last year's back-

Canada Calling over WGTO at Winter Haven. and a study of a defendant made the Florida Parole and Probation about steady, stocker steers and field coach who is returning to ::
prior to sentencing) were com- Commission and others of I 'W'
calves steady, heifers and cows Louisiana after one year at Kis
pleted for Judges of the Osceola pertinence to their cases. .
Enrolled In too few both weeks for accurate simmee.
37 Countly Circuit Court; five pre- The total six-month earnings; test. Calves comprised three- Buscbofsky will handle the

parole Investigations (case his- of those under supervision was i fourths of the run. guards, tackles and centers Year-

tory studies for the Parole Com- nearly $34,000, Heuck noted. Their Utility and standard slaughter wood said.Yearwood.

Guild Workshop mission as an aid in possible productive employment supported i steers $ who is starting his,
future consideration) and of two dependents ,
an average cows 150016.75, cutter fifth year as head coach at Kis-|
twenty-six special investigationswhich each and paid more in taxes than !
J. $13.50-15.50,' canner $12.00-13.50. simmee, will handle the backs!
Thirty-seven young OsceoiansJ' Guild members connected with ( include investigation re- the cost of their supervision. [ Good calves $23.00-25.00, few this season. Pete Fawbush will'

are now participating in the Footlight -I: the Workshop are serving only in'quests from other states and Osceola County is served by a i choice up to $27.00. standard continue working with the ends. I r1
other offices of the Florida Parole District Office of the Florida
Theatre Guild's Summer; as supervisors.The $20.5023.50.Few Buschofsky attended Austin' Y

Workshop. This figure was released year of the "Big Show", Commission throughout, the Parole and Probation Commisj j good and choice vealers PEAY, Clarksville, Tenn., where I
by Mrs. Van Held, registrar 1901, was quite a year-some of state.) sion located in Orlando, Florida, | $25.0027.00. he played football for four years.;
who pointed out that this the people places' and things of A total of 237 contacts were headed by District 'Supervisor I Common and medium 450-750 He is presently ending two years)

represents an increase of over I that era were: William McKinleywas made with defendants, victims Fred W: Shepherd Jr., Heuck Ib. feeder-stocker steers $16.00- as a graduate assistant. I,

500 per cent when compared with President of the United law enforcement agencies, em- said. 20.00, one good $21.50. He is a native of Pennsylvania, PRESENTED WITH DRYER Mrs. Steve Miller of
last year's figures. In addition to, States Marconi wirelessed the near Pittsburgh.
; j Common and medium 300450Ib. : 1503 Mabette Street shown
i is with
being presented a
those already listed in the Gazetteare letter "S" across the Atlantic; ,;

: Hud and Patty Dunlap; Al- 'the 57th Congress was in session Seven Supplements j I .Common heifers 16001800.cows $13.0016.50.Good Veteran Benefits !I; Toastmaster Hair Dryer by Bill Makinson of Makinwm's

vin Turner; Lee Graves III; Jeff ,and Fuller W. Melville was Chief Hardware. Mrs. Miller registered at Makinson's during
250-500 lb. calves (
I iScalli; Connie Evans; and Mike i Justice of the Supreme Court; the I I Are AnnouncedVeterans j National Hardware Week and was one of 900 winners of

Laura and Turner Wallis. 'i big noise in entertainment was; Approved For County 1 ,$17.00-20.00.medium 200024.00 Medium ,100-25C common in Osceola County!' valuable prizes during the sale conducted by the local

The Workshop has now com I the Pan-American Exposition in* Ibs 230028.00, one good $29.50. have received $93,438.88 in] store in conjunction with the National Retail Hardware
pleted three of its ten sessions. Buffalo, N.Y.; Queen Victoria died
Gill Brooks, Chairman with i at the age of 81; Emile Loubet The school board has approved -I ens said the success of the _A1 Larson, Florida State Marketing benefits during Melvin the year Dixon end-,. Association of which Makinson's is a member. (Photo by
ing June 30 T. ,
teacher supplements is 1 Bureau. P. O. Box 779 ,
program dependent upon Hamrick
Elizabeth Davis of the project, was President of France, William '
service officer has advised
for coaches band directors state -i
I i the enthusiasm created by the Jacksonville, Florida. ,
has instituted a five session seriesof : H headed Germany, Victor Em- W. S. Parker county:
and attendance officers. I t ,
teachers and the desire of -
talks on the actors' approach manuel had just been crowned I
to History, Theory and Terminology King of Italy, ;and Nicholas II Previously they had approved :I ;;and parents to take ad I veterans officer : Final Rites Held
to academic teach
I payment of the Bob EvansInstalled
of the Theatre. This seminaris was Czar of all the Russias; vantage program. I I
who wish to teach after
being conducted by Barry Pittsburgh won the pennant in the ers J: He said that this last year I Father Of Local I

Mount, general handyman of the!i National League while Chicago regular The head school coaches hours.at Osceola .'only one school-KIssimmee I' AsPresident Man Succumbs j! For Harold GoodellHarold
Workshop. I r I copped it in the American; His High (Negro) School-took ad- ,
and St. Cloud Schools will '
Carolyne Phay is now the Assistant Emminence won the Kentucky receive supplements of $800a 'I vantage of the academic offer. George E. Schnell, 220 E. Cor-| .
Director Mrs. Brooks I Seven supplements were. Park Bennett Goodell 56 112 mer member of Kissimmee Lions
to Derby and Jim Jefferies was )- nell St., Avon died Saturday ,
while assistant coaches -
for "Circus Fun In The Sun In heavyweight champ of the world. year authorized for Osceola. They ; at the age of 71 at St. Cloud. Beaumont Avenue Kissimmee, son dub.

1901", the Elizabeth Davis origi-I I The Workshoppers will bring either will receive supplements of i j'include a.band director, head : Bob Evans recently in-I He was a Russia-naturalized citizen I of the late Harold and Carrie Survivors are his wife, Margaret -

nal which will bring to a climaxall !that era to life in "Circus Fun $200 or $400 a year. i'''coach i four assistant coaches, i| stalled president of the was KIss- I of the United States since i. Bennett Goodell of Green Bay, Lasley Goodell, Aunts, Mrs.
An effort to reduce the
of the Workshop activities on I IIn, The Sun In 1901". The date to number of ]I|land I an attendance officer. ', immee Lions Club. 1928, and a resident of Avon Park' Wise passed away July 8. Kay H. Marshall, Ft. Atkinson
sports supplements
July 31st. Miss Phay's appoint i I remember is July 31st-the place : failed. j I Seven were also approved for J i Also installed by John Hen- for the past 16 years. He was a': Goodall was born in Green Bay.I I Wise., Mrs. Henry Pelletier De
ment emphasizes the fact that i Kissimmee Community House _I (I St. Cloud. They are in the derson, international counselor member of the Lutheran Church; Wise where he resided until he I I I I Pere, Wisc., Mrs. C. W. Goodell
Board member Orie Lee Jr. i I
the young people themselves are I i and there will be no charge to wanted to cut one each from |I i same classifications. !| were Clyde Baas, Buddy : of Sebring. Survivors Include. his" entered service in the army Air 1;I and Miss Ethel Jones of McHen-

doing the actual creative work on I'''I the public, either for admissions Osceola and St. Cloud High ;!: Kissimmee High was granted i Mikell, Louis Feuerstein, vice widow, Mrs. Pauline Schnell; Corps in 1941 and served in the''ry IH.:

the production and that those or for refreshments. I Schools, but his motion died !'' four supplements, three presidents; Jim Killlp, secretary seven sons by a prior marriage, Pacific Theater of Operations. I Funeral services were held in

I for want ,of a second after j[i for coaches and one, for band. i I I. ; Bob Makinson, treasurer Conrad, Dave and Pete Schnell, \ He has been a residence of I the Chapel of the Riedel Funeral

Bus Drivers .Are school superintendent William !1 Osceola Junior High will j I II ; Bill Wilson, tail twister Alliance, Neb., George Schnell. Kissimmee since his marriage to Home at 10:30: a.m., Wednesdaywith

Stephens said he could I|I have one supplement, a coach 'I:'Larry. Taggett, Lion Tamer; San Diego, Calif., Henry Schnell i the former Margaret Lasley, Kis- the Rev. Don L. Van Etten,
for '! Don Dulgar Don St. Cloud, Alex Schnell, Concord, simmee in 1945. Pastor of the United Presbyterian
I not see the cut in view of the j I I football and baseball. He : Cooperrider,
Carroll Calif., and William Schnell. South Goodell for the past ten years Church of Kissimmee officiating.
growing student population. j I I will be Jim Purcell. j j Starling, and Art
Given Pay RaiseOsceola Academic teachers partici- The board also approved Held, directors. Dakota; two daughters by a has been a Kissimmee Employee

pating in extra academic !.i travel allowances for vocation- ;, Highlight of the evening ;, prior marriage, Mary Heinz, Al-:at City Hall and was formerly an I Honorary Pall Bearers were,
of the Kissimmee Ga- Sam L. Lupfer II, Harry Lively,
I i I fiance Neb., and Eva Merrigan, 'employee
school bus drivers-! tention to the condition of work teaching or possibly I al agricultural Instructors diversified : was the honoring of Judy, j I Henry Simmons, Charles
coaching scholastic teams cooperative training Makinson, who was named Scottsbluff Neb.; three sons by jzette.; Jackson
who last year drove 180,502 1 activity buses. He said some I
accident-free. miles_- .were][II additional equipment 4 will pan earn from $3) to $5.80, an :coordinators, home ,economical L Jungle queen by Lions from ,his marriage to Pauline Schnell I I He was a member of the United.\E.neth O. Caldwell Johnson, Adrian Lee Bovis, Ken-
Presbyterian Chtrci of Kisslmr Baker Lamw.n.I -
[ Florida '"state John, and. Rogert Schnell, West -
hour their'r nk. instructors d' guidance roughout at
granted a $5 a' month pay : have to, be Installed' them depending 8 n r
raise recently. 1'|', to meet state requirements by In this connection, Steph- counselors. !! convention In Clearwater! She Paul Beach and Edward Schnell.j|r nee and S'member the Ses-[feert r, *&* Mtfter,
I II :sion. For the 18 heI Pete Hunt Active Pall Bearers
past years
I was showered with gifts from Kissimmee; three daughters,,,
of the schoolboard's
U was part I next July. has been choir member and are, R. C. Rupert, Howard Starke,
I a
School 1 members of the club. Ruth Todd, Sebring, Alvina i I
activity busesI I
adopting of school He said the BudgetIs
Masonic To 1'also Clyde Nelson Lester
Lodge Malvin Samuel charter Schnell Arcadia, and Judy; served as Trustee.He GeisJer,
I ; I
transportation budget about do not get regular check-ups
Meet Approved I member of the club displayed Schnell Tampa; three stepchil was affiliated with the Ma-!, Fred En k>, William Heeren.Interment .

$20,000 lower than last year! such as the other school bus- Monday Night ,
s i the charter issued April dren, Pauline Schnell, St. Cloud, kinson-Carson Post No. 10, Amer-j I I was in Osceola
because there buses is no during need the to Ii I-I i Monday, July 15th, Orange Blossom The school board has ap 18, 1939. Other charter mem- Alyce Smith, St. Cloud, and Elmer -|lean Legion; Charter Member of j I[I Memory Gardens. Riedel Funeral:
buy more
i "It worries me," Bronson i Masonic Lodge holds a meet proved .a trustee-recommend-I bers still active include Art Smith, Colorado Springs,!Lodge No. 1873, B.P.O. Elks; I. !Home was in change of arrange

new year.The buses carried 648,700 i said. "Activities buses may i ing that should be of vital inter- ed district budget about $25- Logsdon and Carl Schmidt. Col.; one brother, Pete Schnell, ,O. O. F. Lodge No. 66 and a fori i ments.

passengers. used 22,704 gallons . not sometimes be safe to go I I est to all members. 000 higher than last year'sfigure. The program was given by "Minatrere. Neb.; one sister, Eva('

of gasoline, and 167'| out on the road." A proposed amendment to the i iII Irene and Carl Mikus, of Fritzler, Alliance, Neb.; 35 j .
quarts of oil during the past, School Board member Orie r II By-Laws, as outlined in letter I'' The total district budget approved -i i Longmeadow, Mass., who play- grandchildren and 15 g rea t-I Pioneer Resident
year. i 1 Lee Jr. asked if they can'tbe mailed to membership on May was $213,695.' This compares ed bells and piano. They are grandchildren. I

Transportation Supt. Floyd checked more frequently l first, was approved on June 17th i with $188,382 for the ;'; friendship ambassadors of Ii i

Bronson said the system is 1 and Bronson responded by I and will be voted upon for ,final year Just ended. Lions International. School Bus Driver Died
In discussing the budget SaturdayAda
"in good shape." He antici-i saying he insists on a safety i adoption. The meeting starts

pates a decrease of 12.6 per i check every time one is taken II promptly at 8:00 p.m. and all requirements, School Supt. i 1 Gary J. McDonald Logs 42,420 Miles ; Sr
in maintenance costs this| out of the county, but he can- members are urged to be present. William Stephens said the Roberta Johnson Steffee, County Historical Society and
cent I
!l Edgar Hall has been driving
coming year.Bronson i not keep up with them on I Also scheduled for this F meeting county will be in good shape Named To Office 85, of 404( South Vernon Avenue, Hart Memorial Library Associa
school bus for the Osceola
; other runs. will be the presentation of certificates as far as textbooks are con- a ; pioneer Kissimmee resident
however, called at- i passed -
;i I I and pins to 25 year veter cerned this coming year. i i Gary J. McDonald, executive County school system for seven away early Saturday after I'tion.Survivors include three daughters "

ans, in honor of their faithful These budget figures for :[ vice president, Tupperware years and is a loyal and dedicated -;; several weeks illness. Her late Mrs. Mary Dogtoff Kissim-

Road Funds In Good service and loyalty. ,All Master each school were stated as I! Home Parties, Inc., has been driver. i: husband George Steffee and late I mee; Miss F zabatii> (Sis, ) Stef
follows Oast year's first thej i During his seven years of driving ,
Masons in the area are cordially elected second'vice chairman of father, Capt. day Johnson operated fee Honolulu Hawaii, and Miss
I second figure): i be has driven miles
new budget, i 42,420
invited to attend.School the National Association of Dl-{ steamboats out of Kissim- Jean Steffee Bad Krueznach,
Osceola High School, $57,- i with only two minor accidents
j rect Selling Companies it was mee for many years.
Shape Ray' SaysThe Germany. sons
440; $40,943 (junior high i involving a total of $23 in property -' Born 26
announced yesterday. 1877 at
i'' BoardTo school has been separated); j{ damage.He Steffee Kteairomee and day
I' |. The association consists of Gretna, Louisiana, the daughterof j Steffee Cayenne, French Guiana.
road and bridge fund!I For road right-of-way, bud- Buy Land Kissimmee Elementary, $21- ; more than 250 of the leading has transported 302,400 day Johnson and Lillie A. !I Also 7 grandchildren, 9 greatJ -

or the county is in fine condi-i geted at $18,000, Ray reported I 252; $26,961; Kissimmee High St.1 i companies in door-tC>door and passengers with no personal injuries ;Rose Johnson, she moved to Kis J grandchildren, 2 coasim Sheldon
will be sizable I. officials here have School, $20,706; $21,261; and has never been late I
tion and there a expenditures of $14,063. School I party-plan selling and represents simmee in 1884. She was gradu- '! and Lacy Johnson, both Orlando..
carry-over at the end of', The county also has pur- decided to buy about 17 acres" Cloud High, $30,526; $34,741; j, an industry with sales of for schooL !ated with the second class of Os i, Funeral service were held at
the fiscal year, Glenn Ray, chased for of land on Thacker Ave. for Jeffries Elementary, ; ceola School.
trucks $12,000. ;, close to $3 bflHon. High She attendedthe 2 o'clock Sunday at St. Johns
Deer Park $3,258
county clerk, told commissioners the site of an elementary I $16,896; ; i University of Tennessee and I!
Studies Episcopal Church with the Rev
$3,058 Kenansville, $3,004; City \
In. a report on the, Students Make school. ; taught in the Kissimmee I
Ele- I
Pvt. James Mclaughlin I M. Wendell Hainan, Vicar, officiI -
Osceola Junior High:
first three quarters of the fis- Owned by Tommy Lee, the I ; 'mentary School for several I Caftfcetbearers were
Street fating.
cal year. Good Showing property is just south of the $23,442. f|)I Now In GermanyArmy Paving years. She was also a private ; Mears. Guy Alien Charles Ger
reminded the I i
At the same meeting, the Twenty-two students from railroad track and is across Stephens tutor for .
while ; Pvt. James D. MCLaughlin City commissioners are studying many years.A i irish, Robert LMe ter. Glenn
board that they were
commissioners authorized the the from the. Future j
Osceola Hieh School made I street j whose wife Diane, lives at the possibility of an accelerated : communicant of St Johns ; Ray James Smith and James E.
employment of a clerktypistat Farmers of America experimental working on a current i
above the 87 percentile levelon ,} < 424 E. Tillman, Lake Wales, I street paving program. Episcopal 'Church, she was the J Wilson. Intermefl followed in
the state figures were a year;
the road barn which soon farm.
state ninth grade tests. { was assigned June 20 to the 3d I .oldest member, becoming affili- Rose HiD Gritsom Funeral -
I The size of the program de- Cemetery.
will have its own office build- Cost of the land is estimated II j behind. !
ated in the late
Byron principal
Hfleman. an- 1800's. She
Armored Cavalry Regiment in I pends largely on bow much': was | Home was in charge of ar-
about ,$25,000. The
Ing. at new
i iI
v nounced. I ; also a member of the Osceola
Ray, in a statement submitted Those receiving the high i elementary school in that area!'1 I School Salaries j i{Germany. j money will be available after ,1.r ..
to the commissioners thatas i recommended by the McLaughlin a supply clerk ini i a maintenance program is let
Al- was I
included David W. ,
of July 1. cash availablewas lemeler. Faye E. Bumby Thor i i state survey team which re-Ii ;,|: Are Adopted |!Headquarters Troop of the regi- {,I out on bid. At the last meeting : Elks To Attend

7803298. However, only mas J. David. Herschel A. I cently reported its findings. :: The salary of School Supt. ,ment's 2d Reconnaissance Squadron I i i of the commission, the officialsI ,
$57,322.26 could be used without Dutton Martha L Gift Pa i In the meantime City Mgr.I'''I William Stephens was set at ; entered the Army In July I I III voted to mineral seal about 6,500 : I

amending and readvertis-: mela E. Goodrich. Roslyn H. i Charles Jackson and School.I $8,500, just $100 more than 1962 and completed basic training -)i I feet of streets. National Confab

ing the budget he said. Goold; i Supt. William .Stephens have!i the next highest aid school at Fort Gordon. Ga. i 1 They also considered but

On top of this cash. Ray Sharon E. Hawk. Stephanie I been meeting to try to makeit j employe. 1 The 24-year soldier is a 1957:i I came to no conclusion on, pav- ;
said, the county will be receiving j R. Jewell Wendell L. Ketch- safer for children to get to, The small differential required ->graduate of Osceola High School I'"big Central Avenue on the east Beginning on Sunday July 14th, Kirci hots, as EcHiir o< the Florida

funds for the last I urn, William Joe Kowalski. .school. by a new law enacted 'lin Kssimmee and attended Florida i!side of Mary Bryan School and I I and continuing through Thursday,' Elks News, together. with his

three months of the fiscal!'Frank 'Kozma, Dora' E. Lorenz Jackson told the city com- j at the request of the Osceola : Southern College In Lake-I){Summer, from Clyde to Ber- July 18th, the Grand Lodge of,!wife. will also attaad this session.

year. This should amount to: ; mission Tuesday night that i legislative delegation. It Urn- ;land. muda. the Order of Elks will hold its:, The Florida headquarters will

about $45,000.He '. Mike W. May. Lynn Ran- these discussions had led toa its the superintendent's salary -: His parents, Mr. and Mrs. .. Other projects, for which the 99th annual national Convention'in 'be in the Sherae Pa1ace Hotel

said this should resultin dan Suzanne L.. Robinson, listing of areas in which I to a maximum of $100!Cecil W. McLaughlin, live at city has already received petitions San Francisco, CaHL and it will be the local point for

a carry-over of about $65- Martha Sessions. Hannah L. sidewalks should be construct.t more than the next highest. 122% Broadway Kissimmee. include: The delegates from over 2000 all Florida social activities which

000.This Smith Catherine Sullivan, ed. That person, this coming Patrick from Orlando to Beau- Elks Lodges in the United ,Slates ,will culminate in a special cock
will not have any effecton Alice M. Thomas Kathleen R. I year, is John Columbo general -:Report Given On mont; Cherry from Royal to will gather in the headquartersof tail party and dbner-dance. for

the ad valorem tax levy Wilkie and Ronald W. York. supervisor.In Tax Returns Smith; Smith from Cherry to the Fairmont and Mark Hopkins all Ftorkfiaas on Tuesday evening
because BO, such funds are Jury Awards I discussing budget items County Vine; Penfield, from Thacker to Hotel to elect Grand Lodge ,July Htk.During .

,used in financing the road i; State Sales Tax I Record Amount i I the school board this week r; Collection of tangible taxes for Lavon; Portage, from Clay to officers for the coming year and : last year's convention at
and bridge program in the f also approved $750 for Gateway from Vine to bear the national reports of i Chicago, the Florida State Elks
last Bermuda and Brack
amounted to 99.94 ;
i Collections A circuit court jury made the year percent
county at least In recent Up School and $450 for For- I which will include
: the Association
past year gained singular recognition
biggest award in the history of Ed Pound tax collector, to Columbia. I J
years. 'I Park schools for
est excep- |
of scholarship
the presentation Second Prizefor
State E. i advised the commission Commissioners were to makean by receiving
Here of the Comptroller Ray Osceola County in a damagesuit : county
are some fig.t tional children. American,
awards to about 150
its the Harry-
major project
toes Ray presented: Green said yesterday June sales Tuesday. according to court 1 yesterday. OQ-the-scene check of each of |
The best ritualistic
1 1 college Anna Children's Hospital
Revenuer From gasoline and use tax collections based on I I officials. The jury awarded Mrs. He said total taxes and interest these.
teams from the fifty States at UmatUta and ateo First Prize
and motor fuel tax $173,800'May business totaled 5,674.492, i Jim Clay $55,000 and her husband =collected amounted to $1.154.- They discussed Brack and of our Nation will compete for ,for its state, paper, the Florida

out of a total budget at $174(an increase of 4.63 per cent or i a Kissimmee businessman, TEMPERATURES ,, 688.73- Palmway and came to a tenta- national ritualistic horn nor- :Elks News. It to hsaed that the
360 for the .... the month I I He also reported that be c0li tive conclusion that the two
department for the over same $ .060 as a result of an auto H I. RToes. Ida's entry will be the team of I j State Association wffl again be
entire year. As of June ,30, last year. I accident. ,.t 15" J5 i lected a total of $51,696.24 in Intangibles streets could be improved at officers from Orlando Lodge No. recGgafeed Ids hi Frisco.

the gasoline and motor fuel The, comptroller- said total collections r Defendant in the case was- .Wed. '-S W ?J3Tbnrs I' j taxes. least cost and most benefit by 1079, under the leadership of Ex- year

tax had' brought- in $129,631.- tor fee fiscal year fe I Wendell Ketchum, another KIssIlmmee ,.. SS 75 .38 making them one-way. alted Ruler Al Ehrlich and Goaded ; Mr. ADd Mrs. Bfty Johnson

4/1. I$1SL3SLOT3. an increase of .,- businessman whose car FrI. ,-. 30710' I New construction in most by Past Grand Lodge Chairman announce the birth of a 9 pounds

.Expe'l T Labor, budgetedat 644.997, or 5.30 pec' cent ever i struck the rear end of Mrs. Sat. 7-6 .. 90 71 0 I SP5 and Mrs. Elbert O. Smith i places, would be done on a Marston S. BelL | and 2 ounces son, William Han-

-.ON. hilt coat during I the previous fiscal.Gottectfens I Clay's auto as. it was stopped tin 7-7 _.. 30 73 J8Moo. I announce the birth of a son. Joseph share-the-cost basis with the Representing Kissimmee Elks I sell Johnson. Jr. on Jane 11th.

dgbi- months, eet.mK For are .....m, orUS ,:for a red light The accident ,' ,-1 ______._ 30740 r dark, on Saturday, July 6th. city paying between ne-thlrd i. Lodge No. 1873 as its official delegate j I Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
ftt and afl- tor which ftMOOMfrfftd I per,cent below; tire etaMte j i oectered in 1990 at the corner ] I tat the Florida San. and one-half the cost Adjacent will be Exalted Ruler Jack:iHanseil Johnson of Ktedmmre

'was SlOJHjg badpant. ,id __- _for feeal 1Iifr-M i-j:of Vhw and Mate 9ts. in KI si]i I Mrs. Smith is the former Edith property owners would pay a c. White, who will be accompanied 1 I and Mr. and Mrs. George Fewell

.t: ''been.t . D .fee aouirt:+siIa asdd? .. 4:immee. 4 j I l.ouibUn. proportionate share. by his wife. PER Bodo I[ ofPLUGS Okeechobee.

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S '1'ht" Kisslmmee Gazette, l ls sitmpee. F1a.. 'lburs., July 11, 1963:!1 set to help in case of accident.'

Drowning Deaths r i Deaths could be cut to almost I A primary safety rule in boating SA VF Hawaiian a
I ql
Could Be Reduced zero if a few basic rules are accidents is to stay with the J J': =1IJj
I followed, said Dr. George A. Me-I boat, he said. Trying to swim
Water accidents and deathsare Coy, director 'of the board's Accident -I to shore may prove fatal. Someone Cook-Out
increasing in Florida as I Prevention Porgram. is bound to come along soon 11
more and more people build I He said overcrowding of home and either tow the boat in or
home swimming pools and take! Pools is a common cause of ac-,, be able to go for help. BEEF
skiing and boating the State' &LSALE
to cidents but so is running on]I
of Health noted j'
Board yesterday.In slick surfaces and jumping or I Idivfing i State's Economy
1961 there were 409 drown- in I
water. He
jogs 91 of these from small said utmost caution should be Is Improved

boats. In 1962 there were 442 1 used with lighting equipmentand I Florida's, improving economy Quantity Rights Reserved .1 e 1 N II I r I r 1 SALE
drowning, 104' of these from power lines. is indicated by a 5 per cent gain Prices Good Thru July 12th GOvERNM GRADED
small boats. i Dr. McCoy said swimmers I'.:I in employment over the past two wINN DIZi tITO L.. M0.O : :
This year the board has start-i!should never swim alone just i!:years nicely above a national ES .onalshT-t.aOp
ed tabulating deaths in hom}after eating when tired, when j figure of 2 per cent the Florida STOP
swimming pools and the total SOl drinking or at night except in'I State Chamber of Commerce W-D BRAND CHUCK
far is 13. .I.It[I well-lighted pools. I'I'I I pointed out yesterday in its
i Regarding skiing he said that i Weekly Business Review.
!I!not only .should the boat operator -, "This Florida gain is an the 1
] know where he is going but I more significant in view of the I
In A Basket !I the skier should avoid exhibition-'opposite effects of automation!'
s j i ist acrobatics, such as skiing'!and of a drop in construction,'"j I f
FREEZETTEDRIVEIN ,!close to wharfs or other fixed i the Review stated. !
(objects. He said a second per.I I' 'Total employment in the| \,s .. W-D BRAND FULL CUT ROUND
I ;son in a boat is a valuable as-;i'state in non-farm establishments':
I averaged 1,382,000 persons last*
year. Wholesale and retail trade 4! \ 1 :

WHY' PAY MOREFOR [' ;accounted with :371,900 for the jobs largest up 3 category percent % ) StenkLB.33 % I IWD

since 1960, compared witha II
national figure of one per cent.
LAUNDRY Government was the next rank, BRAND LEAN BONELESS BEEF
ing employer with a total of federal ,
state and local together of I
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SOFTNESS? 245,200 persons. The two-year --
gain was 11 per cent, the largestof I I 5
any category in Florida and Florida Grade "A" Dr. & Dr. i'-ew LB. U7' qr

Hood washables Soft Rinse pampers all Hood I above Service the nation's establishments 8 per cent. in I I SMALL STEWINGHENS .
pocketbook,too! :Fluffs your towels '" ,y ,. :Florida provided 234,000 jobs 1 W-D BRAND EXTRA LEAN GROUND
; last year up 7 per cent com-: .
and diapers to fleecy f.9ft. pared with a national increase i j I $89
ne R Leaves fabrics so deep
of 5 per cent over 1960. Included;
trtinlle-fret that ironing's ""'""''""" I :' LB
Jin this total were 42,600 hotel-
easy-when necessary at aTL ', 'motel employees up 9 per cent | I ee PKG.

The complete fabric softener ", during the two years.'Manufacturing j! (Crad, 4-6"A"Ib.Quick FrCatn -
plant employe-
the | j
at economy price. !
SprinkU with 1
1t 1!es in Florida numbered 221,900 i ..
i It, rub with .
teaspoon' so "
|a 7 per cent increase, compared! -, ; ;' ,_
HOOD SOFT RINSEA 1 tablespoon fat. Place -
i with a one per cent drop|1 rock in shallow open .
throughout: the nation. roasting Pn. Roost in FRESH, LARGE S. C. FREESTONE
;t "Workers in transportation,i 1 i mod.ratt oven (3750)
;communication and public utili- '' 90 minutes per pound. "
f ties numbered 100,800 with a1!'1! DetfciotM and only 350 Peaches 5 LBS. 49 I 'r
,, .
,slight drop in transportation oforiw per serving.. +
Family Matter 'Florida and a 2 per cent drop I f, FRESH THOMPSON WHITE SEEDLESS
!nationally. The financeinsurancereal -!
'I' estate 88-' 1WIFT1+ PREMIUM BONCLIJ*
( group provided ;
The family alone should select the I 000 jobs in Florida, up 7 per; Canned Ham 4 LB.CAN j 98 Grapes. eIWIFT'S 2 LBS.49;
funeral director who, in their opin- i cent. The national gain was 4 .
per cent. Contract 'construction:| U. S. No. 1 NEW WHITE
ion, will serve them best. Obvious- '!thins in the state had 112,300' PREMIUM

I this decision should be made employees last year, down 8 per I! Wieners Potatoes 10 LB. 39
outside influence or I: cent from 1960 compared with j I! 1-LB. PKG. 49xPinebraeze j BAG ;
tIIy Ia 7 per cent drop nationally.;,I
Choosing a funeral director Mining held steady at 8,500 I
', .
MEMBER always be strictly a family workers."Self employed persons, dorm:I { Medium Fresh Fla. Grade "A".t r.. JJ.jrEG : : :

estics and farm workers
'THE ORDER matter. are not j
included in these totals as reported II t
Of TWGOLDEN Ruff r by the Florida Industrial I! SAVE 20 . PILLSBURY'S BEST . Limit 1 with $5.00 order or mora.I .

Commission." I I j( G 5
III RIEDEL I I Flour 5 BAG LB. 39'
Legion Auxiliary
24 HOUR nAM6UANcI zoIzol j I .
To Meet TonightThe !
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA -American Legion!.Auxiliary -I- _
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Phone: \ I: ,at July, the nth Legion, at 8 p.m.HornThursday DOZ. -J Ulce AI 25 ;

647-3188 It will be preceded by a covered i''I e .
I dish supper at 7 :
pjn. SAVE 1 10 EACH . DEEP SOUTH -\
,r The,Great Masterpiece popular -r:'
r tourist attraction of Lake -

'est Wales rose, now gardens boasts In the Florid larg;I 50 Extra TMVahe Stupe Mayonnaise QT. 39Dressing. ,

Landscaping at the attraction I I WITH THtt COUPON AND PURCHASE O9UH .
has recently undergone a NO. n0. CAN.THRIFTY MAID!
complete renovation. Grein Lima Baals'. -t

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,. T' MORTON Chfekcn, Beef, Turkey

WASHER MORTON Pot CREAMPies Pies 6 For $1. SAVE 20'39; SAVE. Can 2QMAXWELL<39,.

i I 2 FAMILY SIZE 79; DETERGENT . Save 30 HOUSE . Save 20

Fab GIANT BOX 491 Coffee CAN 49,;

Limit one with $5.00 Limit one with $5.00

order or more. food order or
I load or delicate fabrics. Wash speed
selection controls spin speed. LemonADE CANS $1.
1I I combine with selection
' speed to launder -
any fabric. Spin, rinse and final
spin controlled by cycle selection.
30-W FIITER wash-water FLO ,SYSTEM eliminating cleans lint, recleans, sand, M Erin T f Vibe Stop 5f Extra Top atee Stoop* 51 Extra TM Va{ale Step

large family LAME Size OTTLS ON;Pa. HAMON
s ELECTRIC GENERAL IS. was In stride. Big SO Family rem AHca Settzu a w ea
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September 2nd. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED nhe IIsslntnee awUe, "., fa., July u; yes s
: . .. }I- Ann Harrison of Alexandria, r .

Virginia is visiting her mother, C ,- ., HOMEDEMONSTRATION Production Of *!
Lib Dinard. ;: I
Mr. and Mrs. Bodo Kirchhoff thZ ti -, "') I Electricity Up

t"ilttlk1tlBy flew to San Francisco, Californiato
attend the National Elks Con 4' 4, Production of electric eaergy' In

vention. NEWSby I I Florida was 13 par cent greater

Also attending the session will Marilyn Dietrich last year them in 1961 chalking
be Mr. and Mrs. Jack White. up the largest annual gate since
By BETTY EBY Jack ,is exalted ruler of the local As usual during June milk and trie freezer with a mixture of 1J'1959 and >topping the national increase -
lodge. sJ dairy products will be featured on part ice cream salt and 6 parts of 7 per cent, the Florida
Visiting at the home of Mr. and the list of plentiful foods. This is crushed ice.Remove I State Chamber of Commerce reported -

Mrs. J. G. Matz last week were the time of year milk productionis dasher and repack yesterday in its .Weekly
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ford and son at its peak and, as always freezer with ice and salt mixture Business Review.
Mrs. Helen I I and her daughter) Jeanette Stevie of Hartsville, Tenn. Mrs. supplies will be fully ample. ll part salt to 8 parts ice) end I "Total output of electricity in

BobbY: have I Elaine, and Patricia of Charlotte Ford is a cousin of Mrs. Matz Summertime brings back memories allow to ripen in the freezer about,Florida came to 24,270,000,000 Mkwatthours >
their vacation. North Carolina visited and the visit marked their first F of old-fashioned ice cream 2 hours. Or pack ice cream into' last year," the Review
Mr. and Mrs. : over the July 4th with the Harry meeting.Mrs. parties-the kind where everyone freezer containers and harden in!stated. "This amount can be spilt
children in Northups, Jr. While here they at- V. R. Wells and Bob re- took: a turn at working the freezer a (home freezer. I in two parts: 22,_, ; 0-kilo
C. Mrs.. Tolliver tended the Silver Sours Rodeo. turned by train Friday to their ? between 'times up"' at baseball, Makes 3Yi quarts ice cream,!I I watt-hours produced by utility
Sharon Barrette.They I Tom Price left last week for home at Arlington, Virginia aftera iJ J or dips in the pond. enough for about 28 servings.As I I plants (public and private) and
also ,Toronto, Canada where he attended visit with Mrs. Wells' parents Today, hand freezers are hard I a special treat, serve the! 1.911,000,000 kilowatt-hours generated
Mrs, George : the convention of the SJ>JSJ3. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Matz. e / to find. Instead, manufacturers: ice cream topped with fresh by large manufacturing

ins Kan., and S.QJ5.A. Cot and Mrs. L. E. MacGregorand are producing electric gadgets''! strawberries. blackberries, or plants such as pulp mtife) for
days at Birthday congratulations this daughter left this week. Their that turn out ice cream with al!bing cherries. Or, you may wantto their own use.
getting in some week. are being sent to Charles daughter will spend several weeksat flick[ of the switch. One of these"fits add the fresh fruit to the ice i .
Miss Brenda Dixon, Myrtle Carte Lola Norris Montreat while the MacCregorstravel into an ice cube tray and I,cream itself. Rub 1 cup of sweet I This amount of electricity generated -
daughter of Mr. Charles Curry, Tom Tate, John the Northeastern states. operates in the freezer compartment ened fruit through a wire strainer' by manufacturing plants
Bailey, is a W. Mortland Jr.. Curtis Beaton Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Decker and of.a refrigerator. Another i or crush it fine with a fork. Add plus 4,878,000,000 kilo- earl's
Hospital. Darrell Carte, Kinchen Barker Pam of Arlington Va. arrived electrifies the old-time freezer. i the fruit to the chilled mix jest sold to smaller plants in the state
Mrs. Harry Beulah Hunt, J. W. Wynn Margaret Sunday for a1sit with Mrs. If you have either of these new I before freezing. totaled 10 per cent over 1961. The

Daughter Mrs. Lamer, Sally Cooperrider, Decker's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. -H electric ice cream makers-or if', -- __ H gain in the use of electricity is
Deborah Staats, Susan Shore, Net- G. Matz. The Ed Stewarts of i you still have an old-fashioned' Sen. Holland To one measure of increasing industrialization
tie Watts, Matthew Lyons, dare Plant flew hand freezer you're probably j of the state.
City over aft-
arson, Thomas Harnett Henry looking forward to lots of home Speak To Group "Residential use of electricity in
ernoon for a visit with the Matz
Partin, Peggy Harreison. Mac family. made ice cream this summer. : Florida gained 14 per cent and
Eldridge. Mary Black, John D. Food specialists in the U. S.I Florida's senior United States commercial use, 13 per cent: last

Rbhde,. Phoebe Brooks. Julia Elliott Tells 4'i.. ,. Department of Agriculture offer Senator Spessard Holland, him- year over the previous year.
Sharpe. Jane Hale, Phil Lucas, Miss these tips on making ice creamin self a Polk County citrus grower "To produce this large quantityof
John Tindall Lothar Goold Lessie Wedding PlansMiss Miss Sallie M. Spencer a freezer either electric or I for many years, will head a electric energy for Floridauses
Burton, Jim Smith, Bill Ramsey. hand operated. group of national and state officials electric companies used 1.6i1.9(1) ,-
David Knechel, Boots Ofstein. Billie Kay Elliott daughter Thoroughly cool the mix afterit participating in the 20th : ( short tons of coal (up 10
Earl Harris, Joe Elder, Lucile : of Mr. and Airs. Lucian Wall I Miss Spencer EngagedTo is prepared and if possible keepit i Annual Convention of the Florida per cent); 17.874,000 barrels of oil
I Densmore Charlie Cotton and Elliott is announcing final plans I in the refrigerator for a few'Fruit and Vegetable Association (up 20 per cent) and 88 billion
: Martha Williams. Best wishes to for her wedding to Christopher Mr. hours or even overnight. This will j at the Americana Hotel in Bal cubic feet of gas' (up S per cent)
Prather I
I of Colombo son of Mr. and Mrs. l improve the flavor and texture. during test year."
STORE"I leach you. !Harbour (Miami Beach), Sept. I
m Oscar Stein is recuperating at John Colombo. I I -Don't fill the freezer more'ember 24-26.
( 1 the Orange Memorial Hospital aft- I The ceremony will take placeon Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Spencerof I Hudson Cotillion and is a member -: than two-thirds full of mix. Otherwise I Along with the political Laurence K. Walrath ot Ponte
er undergoing surgery last week. Tuesday July 16th, at 10 Poughkeepsie New York announce I of.the Junior League of there'll not be enough room!:minents will be a number of pro-im- Vedra Beach, Chairman of the
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Payak and o'clock at the Church of The Holy the engagement of their I Poughkeepsie.Mr. for the increased bulk caused by;':portant agricultural figures from Interstate" Commerce Commission
son James and friend David Redeemer. A program of wedding daughter, Sallie Marie, to William Prather graduated from whipping.Use '! ; Commissioner of Agriculture
other states in the union, indicat-
,I ,Moyer of Amherst Ohio visited music will be given by MrsCecilTyner Holmes Prather, Jr., son the University of Florida wherehe about 6 pounds of crushed -:jing that "considerable attentionI Doyle Conner and other
1 'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lewis on Janet organist.Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Prather of Kiss-I was, elected to Phi Alpha ice, 1 pint of cold water, and' being attracted to Floridaagriculture" state and national officials will
Street last week. Ronald Moneyhan will immee. Theta honorary fraternity. He 1 pound of rock salt or common I I according to John join heads of many national
I David Smith of Elyria, Ohio is serve as matron of honor and Mr. The prospective bride, a Spring attended the University of Flor- table salt to freeze a 2-quart I, farmer groups in participation
of Oviedo
W. Evans servinghis
I : !vacationing with his grandparents, Colombo will be his son's best) graduate of the University of I ida Law School, and is now serv- batch.When second as General Con- "during the convention.
I t Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lewis. man. Ushers will be Ronald Mc! Florida is a member of the ing with the United States Coast the ice cream is frozen,I vention Chairman.year I Evans said the formal program
1, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Deannin Milan; lakeland, Florida and Don i Poughhkeepsie Tennis Club, the Guard. He is a member of Sigma remove the dasher and pack the for me convention wouldbe
j Senator Holland, who a
{ I are spending several days in the Cargill Troy Alabama. Dutchess Golf and Country Club Alpha Epsilon' fraternity.The freezer with a mixture of crushed 1! member of the Senate announced shortly comment
Bright (North Carolina mountains at Mr. and Mrs. Elliott are enter-" and Alpha Chi Omega sorority. wedding is planned for ice and salt-about 1 part salt to I ranking and whoI ing "we are trying to fit a lot
I Franklin and also at Jekyl Island taining the wedding party and I She was presented at the Mid- September 28. 8 parts ice (by weight). Cover Agriculture Committee of highly important discussions
iI back in 1935 drafted the
legislative -
r I I Georgia. guests at a reception at their I I with newspapers and let stand I and talks into a workable schej .
With a Kodak / ; Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sempleleft home in Renee Terrace, following Past PresidentsTo i Mrs. Taylor about 2 hours. Or, if you really :' act setting up the Florida j dale that will allow all attending .
load / 'Citrus Commission will be the
you I this week to spend several the ceremony. f want to go modem, wash off the II to take full advantage of the
matically/ weeks- at Schenectady. New York. Hold Meeting I Is Honored container and put the containerand [I keynote speaker at the opening "
easier than ever. Mr. and Mrs. Max Norris, accompanied Richard B. Keating, State I all in your home freezer. I i business session at 2:00: p.m., program.
Kodopak film Beverage Director the i Mrs. John Taylor, a recent Tueday, September 24. He is ex-
I' by Miss Bunny Norris says The American Legion AuxiliaryFast For a home-made ice cream l
inl!There i bride, was honored Monday
(wiU leave August 3rd for Redding. state is nearly $2.5 million Presidents of the Sixth District that will bring the kids running pected to stress the importance
all with built-in night, July 8th with a miscellaneous '
'!California to visit their son. MaxJr' ahead of last year in cigarette I i will hold their quarterly{ food specialists in USDA's Agri'of Florida agriculture in the
all take color
and and beverage tax collections. i shower at the home of: i over-all national and world pic-
and .j j, family. _They will return meeting in Kissimmee on Thurs- : cultural Research Service suggest f
>Mrs. L. A. Taylor.Cohostesses .
and Ut us show IN JUST 15 MINUTESIF FOOT : day July 18th at 7 p.m. in the Mrs. D. J. this recipe: i i ture and to discuss the latest
j in affecting
legislation -
YOU HAVE TO building of the Pres-
Complete 1 TREAT IT- !Baker Mrs. L. J. Dorminy and
'! HOW TO ,byterian Church.All | CREAM the farmers of the state
T-4-L. j Mrs. Tony Gonzales. i
ln t nt-dryinr;
Appl You I' 2 I and country.
store. past presidents invited. cups sugar t
(Your 48e back at any drug feel it take hold to rhrtk are
'QuIck-dryUf ITCH-ME-NOT deaden liurnintr. In minute Then UChIDa-.J I'Dinner will be served prior to j Invited were Mmes. D. E. K cup cornstarch "We are. fortunate to be able
HUNT the Itch and burning. Antiseptic infected kin Treat, Phillis Robinette, Elizabeth '
healinc. :3 dais: watch the meeting. Reservations should I, U teaspoon salt !'to schedule Senator Holland for
kill to peed replace .
all Match
"THE Fine. for eczema Insect bites, foot If not pleated IN ONE HOUR, I I!be made no later than Monday, ;, Bronson, Ronnie Moser, 4 cups milk the keynote speech and he will ?
FRONT +'itch. other surface rashes. NOW at tour 4Ke back at any drug. store.1111' July 15th, by calling 847-2277. .Opalene Allen, Deb Whalen, Hank 4 eggs beaten actually be 'kicking off a convention cfk rm'G
Bros. I
llnnt \ at all drug tore I
1 Partin, George Gordon, Don
i 2 tablespoons vanilla i! that will* be one of the !
Brown, .,..James Hughey, Paul 4 cups light (table) cream : most important agricultural ses-i I Sm.rtet l.u1u. .r dint r rtnJtf
,. is Corbitt, Janmr Sullivan, Jimmy Mix sugar, cornstarch, and salt !I Iin sions.. ever held, in the State, if'I von im Central FNrifla.. Deliptltj .
7 1 tfax Kate5mith, Clifford Chap .... ,.., yauts
the top of a double boiler, blendin not in the.so fheast. J. 'Abney y.ar .
I'. . b skid trip
man, Neal Romdck Donnie Red- milk gradually. Cook over boil-, Cox, Princeton, President of FF- ,INII I. .
PARKS FURNITURE STORE dick, J. D. Padgett, Robert D. ing water, stirring occasionally, VA said. I, ssigae dining

i Woody, Monroe Hansell, Carl until thickened, about 12 to 15 Congressman A. S. (Syd) Her- rco.ro.e c.d: ....A..r..a 6w.NI. ?
Teel, Ben Key, Doc Partin, Bill minutes. Stir a small amount of long Jr., of Leesburg; Florida's: '>
: Callahan Janice Carpenter, Win the hot cornstarch mixture into I Secretary of State Tom Adams; i / 1tW ;

Midsummer Night's Dream Sale : fred Wilder, Robert C. Woody, the beaten eggs; then stir the A. Worley Brown Chairman of: ...H...$ ., --:'": "
: ;: Johnnie Bronson, and Mike Car- eggs into the remaining cornstarch j the State Industrial Commission; 1 U .._!-- ...... -
i penter. Also Misses Patsy Ro- mixture. Cook over boiling water : I
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I :::: : binette, Mary Powers Judy 4 to .5 minutes longer, stirringconstantly. ,

i Powers Dianne Johnston, and Chill thoroughly. (This,
Evelyn TeeL is essential for a smooth ice
i time offered! i Out of town guests were Mrs. cream.) ALL LEGIONNAIRESWe
ever : Kenny Wagoner and Miss Dana Stir in vanilla and chilled :

Wagoner of Bedford Indiana. cream. Fill a 1-gallon freezer con I
I tainer not more than 2-3 full. would like to have each and all
I Freeze in a hand-cranked or elec-
I! Elks To Hold . of you present Thursday, July 11that
i Dr. and Mrs.
Getty 8 P. M., at the Legion Home to
E fi AIR. i. Special Dance Have House GuestsDr.
i SPRING I ,help with suggestions concerningthe
II I On Saturday evening. July and Mrs. Darrow H. Getty
I Color
of the buildina.
20th Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. of Idora Park have had as painting

f 1873 will hold another of its special guests. Dr. and Mrs. Glenn E. schemes,
I dances at the Club. The entertainment Downey and family formerly of etc.COMMANDER
I committee, under Buffalo, New York and now of WENDELL KETCHUM
I MATTRESS WITH "HEALTH CENTER" FEATURE :the chairmanship of Larry Blank- Fort Myers.

:enship, has procured the services Together they journeyed to
'of the "Losers", an orchestra Jacksonville and other areas
AND LUXURIOUS DAMASK COVER FOR ONLY ;!which played at a previous along the East Coast. As one of

ate. :dance. The charge for the evening the Highlights of their visit

I! will be J1.00 per person or the Downeys witnessed the. silv-
52.00 per couple. There will be er spurs rodeo.

'MI no dinner or snacks served for As a matter of reciprocation.Dr. BIG COOL

that evening.The and Mrs. Getty were givena
w (mattress regular Family Night for surprise "Luau" at the TIKI,.
or matching I that week will be held on Friday in Maitland to celebrate Their
box spring) evening July 19th, when 20th anniversary by Dr. and Mrs.

:the ladies will serve a Country- Downey. SMALL COST

;(Fried Steak dinner from 6:30 to i
'8:00.: The usual social activities

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4 The Klssimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Fla, Thurs., July_11, 1963 ENGAGED come law at the recent sessionwas I infectious anemia (swamp fever) :zards" due to inoreamng use 01

--, I an emergency measure to''and piroplasmosis (tick fever). 'I poisonous chemicals in agriculture

Cows Like .1 I It .ex permit overweight trucking of J!|I In the livestock category al- and the growing volume of

perishable products to railheads pesticides available for use In
A CAPITOL so, we now have authority to)
I LETTER at various points. Because of the establish a diagnostic laboratory! and around home are two actions

To Eat Florida East Coast Railway- in Suwannee County in responseto by the 1963 Legislature:

By Jerry Mock THE FRONT! ARM' strike, this measure was neces- requests for such service 1(1) A supplementary appro-

1't I t. I DOYLE CONNERCOMMISSIONER sary to aid farmers in getting principally by the swine and .priation approved to expand theDepeelment's

TALLAHASSEE As explosive more money undoubtedly will be their commodities to an operat- poultry industries. Killed in committee inspections to protect

and volatile as the 1963 ses- FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ing railroad for out-of-state was a bill for compulsorycalf consumers against! dangerous -
The long, flowing strands of great or nearly so in 1965 as
Spanish moss which drape the sion of the Florida Legislature it was in the 1963 session. Agriculture generally fared shipment. vaccination in the current levels of peatidde residues
has been from the financial Strictly an emergency measure -State-Federal program to eradi- in edible protects, and
trees of Florida may be regarded The expected massive glut of pretty well at the hands of the
I as mysterious and beautifulby standpoint, indications are it was youngsters on the labor marketin 1963 Legislature. Out of a number the law will have no ap- cate brucellosis. ((2) Authorfcring the Commissioner
only a prelude of a really big pication when normal rail transportation of AgrfeaHare to revokeor
tourists but to the Florida next few years has alarmed I of bills sponsored by the
cow, they! are just food. spending session and possibly educators and business leaders I Department about 80 per cent is resumed Three of our new laws are de- suspend regtetraton of a pes-

Because cows are often observed taxing session too. alike. Pressure for vocational passed and became law. signed to give our fanners a ticide for sale in Florida when

pulling Spanish moss For instance, the 75.25 state- schools, provided for in the new One of the most important is It has been the opinion of the better break than they have been it is found to be mislabeled or

county contribution formula for bond Agricultural Advisory Council getting on land assessments and adulterated.
from trees and eating it, many program but only in the the statute setting up standardsfor
the minimum foundation for some time that it is undesirable -taxes. These
program should far to
questions are asked about its planning stage, probably will be the "sunFLAvor" seal of go
chemical composition and nutritive passed this session, will acute. This is expected to be one quality, and authorizing the Commissioner for a regulatory agency, preserve agricultural activitiesin WISH I'D SAID
cost an estimated extra $60 mil of the critical areas for young to establish rules and such as the Department of Agri- many areas where urban ex-
value. Dr. James F. Hentges
lion or so in 1965-7.. sters, as it is considered by some !'regulations i governing its use on culture, to be involved in policy pansion has threatened to force
nutritionist THAT
Jr. associate
And the proposed $80 million or now. I I Florida farm products. matters relating to establish-,the abandonment of farming and

with the Florida Agricul so in new junior college and uni- Indications of ment of prices. The Council re-ranching because of nearby -
exist that forces I think this is one the big- speculative
tural Experiment Stations, versity buildings to be built in which I commended, and the legislature i| developments.
tugged at each other may gest forward steps ever taken
us that contrary to general belief the next two years will cost an be more effective end better or- for the promotion and merchandising adopted, a bill removing from i!i Homeowners will be interested ,# i t
Spanish moss did not originate estimated in 19657to the Milk Commission in' in
$60 million ganized next time. The disappointing of our agricultural com- except | a new law entitled "An Act
in Spain is not a true moss, maintain and staff. showing of higher edu- Miss Barbara Swink I modities. I advisory capacities, the mem--jto i Protect Purchasers of Plants
and does not 'live on the sap of]; The above two items would bers representing the Depart-I and Nursery Stock." It
cation in the 1963 legislature has One of the first bills to be- provides "One reason politics makes.
trees. amount to $120 million extra u ment and the State Board of['.that any plant or stock
apparently nursery such bedfellows is..
some .1' strange
It is a flowering, rootless, air alone for the next regular ses- inent educators prom- Barbara Swink ToWed ;,; l groes, Chicago 812,000, Philadelphia Health. sold in Florida shall be "viable"
to consider
a new that all kinds of people en
plant which from seed. has been little indicate :I 529,200 and the number migrating Bills offered request :
grows sion. There to unitedfront in the were at the :- it must be such as to fulfill
This plant blooms in the spring other increases won't be case of the universities presenting to the Raymond Babb \:; to the North continues to of the respective indus- :the purpose for which it is joy the same bunk.-Orville'

; and its tiny, slightly fluorescent, demanded. The public school solons. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Claud'I grow. White these cities contend tries, for enabling legislation to grown In view of the current Campbell. The Chapel Hill

yellowish-green flowers can be teachers, for instance, sought an According to the McDonald re- Swink of Cheraw, South Carolina I they are integrated, they house set up marketing agreements t I shortage of citrus nursery stock, (N.C.) Weekly."When .

seen under grass-like leaves. average $750 a year increase port, 1965 will be too late to be- announce the engagement of their their Negroes in more or less restricted among producers of milk, tobacco .it should provide Important protection

Dr.. Hentges explains that which reportedly would have put gin providing for daughter, Barbara Jean, to Second I areas and have done little watermelons and foliage I also, for citrus growers the bread won't

Spanish moss spreads or is propagated Florida among the upper levelof prospective students many in time young for Lieutenant Franklin Raymond I or nothing to improve their living plants. who buy young trees for replanting rise nowadays it's time to

mostly by birds or wind states in teacher pay. They them to get a college educationin Babb son of Mr. and Mrs. Grady conditions or their opportunities. The milk bill was killed in I acreage hit by the Dec- repair the toaster."-Llojd

carrying broken vegetative plan got roughly $450, and undoubtedly Florida. Babb of Kissimmee, Florida. Tired of waiting for slow court committee, and the tobacco bill I I ember, 1962 freeze. S. Waters, Mountain Home'

segments to other resting places.Its pressure will mount for These things, among many Miss Swink is a graduate of I I action and token effort toward died on the calendar. The water- 1 Ida.) News.
is more next time. integration, Negro leaders ,foundit melon bill amended to exclude| Legislated
growth dependent upon) others, may make the laborious Cheraw High School, Georgia Baptist -, ;I in connection with
sunshine, water, dust and air. i There will be one more university 1963 spending, taxing legislative Hospital School of Nursing'!) was not difficult to arouse I West Florida producers, and the: fairs and livestock shows was a "A pedestrian is a driver
is u in operation by 1965 members of. their race to an all foliage bill both became law. (new law
Spanish moss generally session seem in retrospect like a Atlanta, and Stetson providing for regular who t.afound
(Florida Atlantic University) anda out united effort The Supreme Producers in both industies tions and a parking
classified as "green" or raw DeLand, Florida. While University'l safety requirements to '
picnic. They also might set the
Court action for school in- space W. Grown,
cured new college building in Pen- calling establish standards fortheir i control
moss, and "dry" or moss. stage for acute Stetson University, may carnivals and shows at
an even more
sacola. Higher education receivedless I tegration occurred nine years ago, products and I agricultural Edgewater ( N J.) Bergen
Dr Hentges says that green battle between those who want to member of Zeta Tau Alpha, social vote to assess fairs. Some $300,000

moss is' the living plant which than one-third of what it hold; down spending and those j sorority, and Beta Beta Beta, hon they have waited long enough. themselves for merchandising was appropriated for the coming Citizen.

may easily be distinguished from sought in new buildings under the who want to spend.Dogs orary biology society. At present, Indications are the situation will and promotion .programs. I' biennium to be disbursed on a
I much before it gets
dead, dry or cured moss bond program which goes to the Miss Swing is employed at Geor- get worse matching fund basis for build-

V is grayish-black in color.whiche voters in November. Pressure for I I gia Baptist Hospital School of better both in the North and the of The importance of Florida's,jing' new facilities for county and PIZZA
South. Unions face the problem
rapidly developing horse farming II regional
center of a strand of Spanish Hose Nursing. j agricultural fairs and
i containing protein, minerals and Lt. Babb is a graduate of Os- accepting Negro members in all industry was recognized in the]livestock shows.
resembling :carbohydrates-mostly cellulose I ceola School crafts and sooner or later will be adoption of a bill authoring FREEZETTE
High Kissimmee, programs ---
which desirable food nutrients Won't compelled by law to provide them | I
monly called "moss hair", has are Stop'f and of Stetson University, wherehe to control and eradicatetwo Timely in view of the public : DRIVE-IN
with equal opportunity in the matter
been the basis for a large com- for'cattle. received his commission: in the serious equine diseases. furor over "environmental. haz-
According to Dr. Hentges, of apprentice training and job I
U. S. Army Chemical He
mercial industy in several Gulf The Corps. .
Coast states. Because of its,Spanish moss would have more f NegroBy was a member of Pershing Rifles opportunity.IN

nutritive value for cattle than 1.--- and Scabbard and Blade, both'
and resiliency, it is 1.I '
toughness I + CITIES and areas where the
oat straw if its nutrients were RUSSELL KAY I FEATURESSMlltV
honorary PRICE
military societies, and
used in upholstering materials. : The determined drive on the Negro population is concentrated *
digestible. of Delta Phi
Kappa national
this is the decline
However because, use of competition on. The earliest comprehensive analysis part of the Negro for equal con- orary educational society. Lt.Babb .I boycotts may prove costly to busi-
ness enterprises. In areas of the
sideration as a citizen and tax
of Spanish moss was is now serving in the 25th,
from synthetic fibers. made by a commercial chemistin payer cannot be stayed by ar- Chemical Company stationed in South business faces an acute
"The moss hair, the nutritionist 1926. An interesting finding rests, beatings, police dogs or the Korea.A problem. Restaurants, rotels, motels GENERAL ; ELECTRIC
points out, "Is surrounded by theatres, and other establish-
was a high ash content of 5% fall wedding is planned.
a greenish-gray bark. This bar ments catering to the public finds
in whole Unfortunately there are those so DIAL DEFROST REFRIGERATOR
and the many grass-like leaves)percent moss, compared steeped in Southern tradition they been lax in permitting them toj I itself in the middle. If they open
on the strands are the source of), to only % percent moss cannot believe or accept the fact enjoy apprentice training that their doors to Negroes they standto _

most of the nutrients useful fay,I hair. Apparently, this is the explained leaf- that a change is imperative. At might qualify them for.better II lose a considerable portion of I-fl- $:_ '11.8' CU. FT..
the fact that ,
livestock feed," he adds. ", by the same time there are many jobs. When we look at the national their White trade. If they do not STO {lG sric-e '
i scales dust from which the l- :
On the tree, green moss contains -' trap Northerners who, while advocating employment figures we find accept integration they will be l (

from 65 to 75 percent mois plant derives most of its inor- integration and condemning those that there is a much larger per-. harassed by pickets and lose busi- Two Egg, Shelves; .. : - : .._

ture. When dried, the long brown/ganic constituents. Dr. Hentges who oppose it, themselves resentit centage of Negroes unemployedthan I ness from people who will stay a .I 'C'H_ In9-es:
constitute believes this may explain the relatively of rather than accept the an- .
moss .hair fibers will when it touches their incomeor Whites. i iI away .
iron 'content of
about one-fourth of the dry matter high their lives. t noyance.It BuHer Comparlrri nt ut!:>>g1atjc._ -' -
remainder pulp Spanish moss. the WHILE THE SPOT-LIGHT has is time for every citizen -
the being a In Northern cities where I 1 17rT1i I.tetlor; J.lght
The commercial chemist also Negro has moved into formerlyall :been centered on Alabama, Mississippi , While and Black to give the prob-- _

reported the presence of sub- white neighborhoods, Whites I and other Southern states, lem serious thought. Riots, disorder -

,' If you are one of those stances which may be sourcesof have quietly folded their tents, I it is in no sense a Southern problem and violence will solve noth 'rw f( ri n :e r

who! have helplessly watchedPSORIASIS Vitamin A for livestock. Re- taken their property ,loss and for today there are more Negroes ing. It. will only, serve to make jI4. --

k cent research at the Florida moved to the suburbs. in the North than in the matters worse. Representatives of "

Agricultural Experiment Stations Labor Unions while advocating South and the ratio is expanding. both groups must sit down calmly .- '
confirmed these findings, and recorded D.C. for and wgik> out the both
come back and back and.back equal opportunity and equal pay .Take Washington, exam answer, $19995With
quantitive data on the have made little.effort to put their ple. Out of a total population of will 'iave to give and take in a

!>!,*ovtr what. manduo.lors now content of Vitamin A. carotene, preaching into practice as far as 764,000. a total of 41,600 are Ne- sincere effort to find the answer.It 7-MHIion rtFrtgtratort

report that about in an rao effective after ease mw, formult hasprov and Vitamin C in Spanish moss. the Negro is concerned: Some groes, giving them 53.9 of the won t be easy, but 't'can and In UM nee

(+| it ran hell''hct.k the ugly: Apparently, livestock feeding Unions will not accept Negroes as population.New must be done if the races are yearsor o, Trade
march of 1 psoriasis vales<< a'.ro..s. trials with Spanish moss have members and those that do have York harbors 1,084,900 Ne-:: to live together in peace. I longer ouun - TA212W
skin relieve red ---- ,
your hloUhtsledtMv never been conducted. However,
itching (;ircavcloi., st.nn-
1 1k
t' frtc SKAYI.O.S promotes healing Dr. Hentges reminds us that it S

Icaxes skin feeling and I looking Is common knowledge"that Span-

IJlca'lant.JcAne'r and l smoother. ish moss has saved the lives of

SKAYI.OS-now in economical lotion at all form drugstore$3.19.; many Florida range cattle durIng -_ :.. ..,' .'.a;,. .- .

cream form in handy l tube, 198. severe winters. 'The existing .. PARKS FURNITURE CO.

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Charter NI). 12871
Reserve District No b
111, tie &. REvisnn STATUTES '
Cash balances with other banks
of collection ........ ._. ._. .. and cash Items In process I
United States Government obligations direct 1.237,898.TlI .

ii (Net of any resenes) ... -. and-_ guaranteed.-.. ._.__. 2.780.294.51 j j l j i '
Obligations of States and political subdivisions
(Net of
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reserves) -_ I 1
Other bonds notes. an curities of federal agencies and corporations ., I '
by U. S.) (Net cf any reserves) not guaranteed How $18.75 month into ; y
"'"" 691.600.00 a can
Corporate stocks grow
including U8.000 stock of Federal Reserve I i .
bank (Net of {
any reserves) n 18.000.00 .-:- >
Loans and discounts (Including None '/,
overdrafts) (Net of
any reserves) ---. I
premises owned *74J5aaoo. furniture 2119151.47 something you never expected to ownYou
Bank o -_i i. __.__..: and. fixtures 92. !600 i
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Other assets --- .-.__ 6,206.78
Total Assets

Demand depositsrations _.. Of.: individuals_._ partnerships and corpo- t may have never given any thought to a really
Time and savings-deposits- -of individuals, and 3.701.87L54;i extravagant purchase like, for example, a summer Quick facts about I

corporations i_. .._. ;partnerships__ 1. 89.473.64'' home at the lake. Yet there's an easy way. to make U.S. Savings Bonds -
Deposits of United States Government (Including postal I it happen: You for !
gs) .___ 361.739 > a get $4 every
Deposits of States and political subdivisions 1.715.345,73 j Enroll in the Payroll Savings Plan for U.S. Savings $3 invested at maturity C {
:' Certified and officers' check, etc. f6.193.J You can get your 1
3 Total Deposits ___ $7,214.623.89a I Bonds where you work. money anytime -Your Some cars do this on curb>es. .but Tempest has WideTrackWheels

((b)) Total Total t1Ine demand and deposits __ $5,365,150.24! i If s the world's easiest, surest way to save. You never Bonds are replaced free I .. .. .
Other lI.bUlties ---. deposits JUM9.473.64Total 15.000.00"I see the money, so you can't spend it. Your cache if lost' destroyed or .;' : :::: .
LJabUlUes T.2 .EJ18 simply keeps growing, and before you know it, youVe stolen. "

Capital Stock: CAPITAL, ACCOUNTS got the down payment on your summer home. that are farther apart help keep Tempests

(a) Common stock total $300,00000 What's dollars stand from leaning all the
par 300000.00 more your help your country over place, help
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I swrhded -- 2S.387.77 300.000.00 : firm against the strongest enemies of freedom the them unkink curres.Tired of wallowingand .. .
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Capital Accounts a .3S'7.n world has ever known. I
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Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for. I now. There's no telling what your $18.75 a Wide-Track Pontiac
other purposes :: Tempest
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of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the U.S.' SAVINGS BONDS
beSt of our: knowledge and belief is true and correct .no ROONEY PONTIAC INC.
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ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED of game fish awaiting your chal SHORT AND I The Kissimmee; Gazette, Kissimmee, Ffeu, That, .July> 11* 1968 5

I People Spots In The News 1 lenge.available Boats of every for charter descriptionare or SWEET '
t I Hunts Nail Down
drive-it-yourself skiffs scuba divIng "'1 10 l:7I
is popular and if you do not 1-
Ii- have your own equipment you hr. I
4 TRANSPARENT TUB shows off portable may rent it. \( .; (

to hydromassage"swirl tensions unit that away.safely" It's whips made water by Leaving the water sports to the First HalfHunt

NCG division of Chemetron for younger set I went for the island p;
,homes, schools, hospitals. tour and found it extremely in- The federal governmenthas Bros copped the first batteries for the wieners':
I teresting. This outlying key, in more than 3 billion half of Softball play last week Thompson and Kroase were
my opinion is destined to becomeas secret documents-just about by shuttisg out Padgett's Pharmacy the batteries for the losers.
n 1f popular and well known as enough to keep all the na 7 to 0. A four run rally It was a well played' and fast
Nassau, Jamaica or any of the tion's sewing circles in gos- in the opening inning proved to moving ball game and fans are

1.' I Caribbean resorts.A sip for some years to come . be enough for the win forHunt's urged to drop by the OHS field
( few years ago there was Padgett's threatened Monday. Wednesday and Friday
a;. nothing here but a few small The cost of fringe bene- to break, in the scoring column I to watch some Softball. The second
fishing communities and a lim- fits keeps rising sharply. I
several times; then a 3 run J i half got under way this week
TOCO the toucan, a pop $ ..'" ited native population. Today it They now represent 25% of splurge in the 6th inning put I and promises to be a much tigbi: *
ular figure at Naples, Fla., -:. f: jis booming. You see new Harbors construction the average payroll; have the icing on the cake for Hunt's.Lucas II er race with some dose ball
appears to have spotted t I everywhere. jumped 33% over 195i I games in store for the players
something especially in- tr i are being dredged to accommodate levels . and Moody were the I II and spectators.
I teresting (at the right). i the largest cruise ship. Mil- I I
lions of dollars are being spent

: .,. i on new hotel end motel accom-
I modations.
Subdivision after subdivisionare

being promoted and lots are
lr ; selling at a frantic pace. While
many are purchasing land for
1 'rr :ry N are
; qY, speculation most purchasers
t. I planning to build stores, apartments -
I I hotels and homes.To .

;, Miss Glenna Ruth Martindale my mind the development GENERAL
o! the Grand Bahama is simplyan 1 GENERAL , ELE C TAFREEZER

I extention of the famed Florida

,_ Miss MartindaleLupfer Gold Coast. It will benefit Florida CHESTFREEZERI
as those who visit the is-
ct I lands or purchase supplies and
I a
SHE'S 21, and Sandra Dee is pleased To Wed Jim equipment depend upon the
: with congratulatory telegram on states primarily, but it alerts us I

the lot in Hollywood.L''L to the fact that we have real i / .-..,.,,
fVd l
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glenn Insurance 0>. of Tampa where competition for the tourist and n
I homeseekers' dollar and that is
Martindale of Murfreesboro she is
Ten- a member of the Presby-
nessee announce the engagementof terian O urt. something it will pay us to keepin
their daughter, Glenna Ruth mind. _
Jim rN
s g was graduated from Os-
uA of Tampa to James Earle
ceola High School where he played -
in, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Swimming ChampsIn
varsity football, was vice
Earle Lupfer Jr. of Kissimmee.Miss ident of the letterman's club. He The MakingThere i '
Martindale was graduated i attended the University of South I
from Murfreesboro High School Florida and Orlando and will continue are some swimming champions -
where she was a member of Al-
his studies at the Universityof on way.
I r pha Deta Kappa Sorority, National South Florida. He is a member That is the feeling of three men
Thespian Honor Society, feature of the First Methodist Church. who are coaching youngsters in
editor of the Central Hi-Lights competitive swimming at the
Tigerette in the marching band. The wedding will be aq eventof Tropical Bath dub here. M.del
BIG THREE of husky film actors, all of whom have won She attended the University of August 8th at 7:30 pan. in the Joe Suldo. Dick Cazier, and
Oscars and are making it big in TV, too: Ernest Borgnine, South Florida and was active in Times Memorial Presbyterian',Jim Fraser, who have organized CA222 _

I Ed Begley and Broderick Crawford."It presently the Peninsula employed Players.by Travelers She is neth Church Christy at Tampa officiating with Key. Ken- said the, AAU-sanctioned the young people swim looked team fine, 12.0 CU. FT. 12.0 CU. FT.

doesn't make much dif in competition at Umatilla wherea
ference which side our breadis the Old 1emJ r-- Central Florida Swim League 0 Total contact freezing shelves 0 Fast freezing anywhere in box
'Too Late
buttered on because we eat to Classify'By meet was held last week. 0 9-position temperature control O No exterior sweating 0 Counter.
both sides anyway."-E. r RUSSELL-KAY 25c. 50c and 1.00 basis." About 20 youths are in com- 0 Adjustable door shelves balanced lidPARKS

Remsburg, Vista ( 1\1.1' Last week end I attended the I never was much of a gam- petition here at Tropical Pool.
Press. Spring convention of the Florida bler and I am well aware of the Suldo said the team is fortu-
Public Relations Association at i fact that you can't beat a slot nate in having a diving program.He EITHER ONE
BROASTED Grand Bahama. machine but I got more than my said that the problem is to lt 'S
Our group assembled at the bucks' find other teams with divers. The ',
money's worth for the two
CHICKEN i tl Port of Palm Beach at noon I lost as it kept me entertainedfor tropical team divers are being FOR ON!r... ff'
"The rich may not live Thursday and boarded the cruise nearly an hour. coached by Cazier and
FREEZETTE ship s/s Grand Bahama for the A six-year-old who last season
longer but it certainly seems While the Grand Bahamas ere
DRIVE-IN so to their relations." four hour trip-to the island. British the principal hotel The learned how to swim is making
ij I The ship, built in Denmark and Grand Bahama is one of the Jack fast time in a professional man-
rebuilt this year just for the Caribbean Tar chain and the atmosphere is ner as he swims in the pool now.
service, offered every fa- less British than is the case at In a year or two, he will ,be FURNITURE CO.
KI I ME FURNITURE STORE cility for a delightful luxury Nassau or Jamaica. The hotel ready for competition and will be
23 BROADWAY TELEPHONE 847-4411 cruise, completely airconditionedwith sprawls all over several acres giving someone a real swim for I
spacious, comfortable with 350 rooms excellent conven- his money, Suldo said.
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The hardest part about parking. a Corvair is finding a nickelThat .v.4 J S 9yii : ,a.assI xe'w

may be a slight overstatement such jauntithe rear. Why the rear? It gives Corvair extra traction t

ness comes easily when you're a Corvair owner. on any road surface. It provides a nearly flat floor for IL
And you can usually back it up-as easily as you more useable interior space. Best of all, it produces 2

r can back up a Corvair. You'll find yourself steering so light, so responsive,you
doing that occasionally, if only to wonder why no other American-made I w wi

adjust the brakes-they're self-adjusting. car thought of it.

That's all there is to it, and that's a good Corvair's engine is also air cooled, we

example of how delightfully easy Corvair might add, which means there's no antifreeze i 1ntgl

is, to own, drive and maintain. TMDE'N TRAVEL r or water for you to add. Ever.
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Charge Up To 15 Words, 75c Additional Words 5c Each Classified Display (Boxed) Per Inch $1.10

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

"' I notified and required to presentany IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE t,
FOR! RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom -. claims which you. or either of NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. STOW RCFJUOCXAtOftS
ARTICLES :I you. may have against the estate IN I
,: & 2 bath house dose: in. REALTORAMA of HELON NAOMI WOOD deceased FLORIDA. LAW NO. 2684. ,

847-3783 or 8474277. late of Osceola County Florida STATE OF FLORIDA. USED Parks Furniture Co.
to the County Judge of said vaINTERNATIONAL
County at his office In the CourtHouse FURNITURE
IFOR RENT Three bedroom PICKUP ..Your
at Klsslmmee. Florida within lor prompt Repair
TRUCK. MOTOR NO. SD220-123698
house, furnished. Can be seen I I! six calendar months from the IN RE: FORFEITURE OF, S w l.Thurmond| RBRIOIRATOR

Citato BARGAIN Ic' ; Zipper BARN 3*; Tth I' at anytime. Call 8473212. Notice.date of Each the first claim publication or demand of must this THE ED PROPERTY FOLLOWING INTERNA DESCRI ti IOU W+Church ORLANDO ....... S47-4171

Bnuhe 7e; Ear Beb. Se; SliMe FOR be in writing and must state the TIONAL PICKUP TRUCK. MOTOR
87e; Socks lie; Flll wi '7e; FOR RENT: Furnished two bedroom place of residence of the claimant NO. SD22O125698.NOTICE .
Skirt SI; Pacts $1; Dresses house. Beautyrest mattresses and must be sworn to by the claim- OF SALE Flowers For All Occasions 1
$LbO; BBS We; Nylon S9e; ant his agent or attorney, or the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by f
Heckles Ie; PtBtle lie; Belt I carporte, near lake, same win become void according the undersigned Sheriff of Osceola Christian Scienct-
lie; Caps 15e; Spread. $%.61 SALE ELLIE
; tolaw. County, Florida that HUGH'SFLORIST
cool comfort nice living. pursuant to
Hair Net ,
I i
4e T-ShlrU Society
; S9e; I II I This' the 25th day of June. 1963. Judgment of Forfeiture entered by
Nearly Everybody Trades at Tile I Adults one child. $60 month. I I i /./ H. T. WOODAdministrator the Judge of the above Court on l.l. \\*+. Mte .( Rack
BargAli Barn
Mills Warehouse Cm!. t* Slbert I! 847-2380. Tropical Park. of the June :26. 1963. I will offer and sell )1..11 M p...
Dtveaport. the Estate of to the highest and best bidder for 3O x. ItaadoipktnJ.Y
Immediately.BARGAIN Follow the sir** 7 Helon Naomi Wood. cash the above described automobile 15 ItOAOWAY M74S1 s.nk.s. . . . 11 asLI
BARN FOR RENT Country home
Open Week Aad '$ ,, [ i deceased. between the legal hours of sale 5.Scl..I . . 30s
Days uaday: I I
miles south on Pleasant HOI THACKER AND TRACKER on MondayJuly 15. 1963. before
Box 527. Klsslmmee. Fla. the east door of the Courthouse.
'' Road. Two bedrooms, unfurnished. 3 BEDROOM HOME, CB, 7-YEARS-OLD. I Attorneys for Administrator Kissimmee. Florida. Purchaser to LEARN BARBERING I

KEROSENE FUEL OIL-PHIL-: ( .$35 month. Call 8472067. July 4. 11. 18. 28. 1963. pay for Sheriffs BUI of Sale. lacare Year fatare IB a

HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. '1,200 DOWN, 70.00: MONTH. I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT", i.28th Dated at of Kissimmee 1963.Florida this welt-pay pr.'.....B GREEN'S FUEL
day June. .
FOR RENT-Two houses, 2 bedrooms NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Day a Night Classes

OSCEOLA OIL GO. 1110 j each, screened porches 80 x 80, PLUS 65 x 75 FENCED. IN AND FOR ROBERT Sheriff of M.Osceola BUCKELS County V.A. Approved
Sales and Service
NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941. OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDANO. Florida Orlando Barber College

nice shade. Reasonable rates. ELECTRIC STOVE, REFRIGERATOR AND WASHER. 6487 July 4, 11. 1963. ;i; S399 S. Or age Bl....m Tr.
. No pets l%-miles south of REYNALDO A. ANLLO. ) GA M17S
I Plaintiff. ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR' rNOM M7-4172 1474171KUSIMMQ

... J : SAND ROCK Phone
I For Cat Delivery:
FOR RENT: Room private bath ITO: MRS. PATRICIA ANN ANLLOco vs. MORTAR MIX Harold Wigol. 847-2058

, RENT: One and two bed- and entrance. Near shuffle James Loughlin 1957 FRAZER AUTOMOBILE STEEL & WIRE MESH R. A. Fletcher 847-4339

room trailers by week or court. $8.50 per week. 8414640.I I'j I 35 Worcester.Squantum MassachusettsYOU Street MOTOR(F6226-4M34579)NO. FM32279 Kenneth ftUdto

month. Rainbow Mobile Homes I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat IN RE: FORFEITURE OFDESCRIB 892-7695 ($1. Ctourfl

and Trailer I an Amended Complaint for I THE FOLLOWING J1171wTLttsfl For Gas Service: Phone
Park Michigan REALTYCOUNSELORS Divorce has been filed against you ED PROPERTY: 1957 FRAZER rQ J. B. Rovntrt 847.4062
Ave. % mile off Vine Street LOST AND I I I and you are required to serve acopy AUTOMOBILE. MOTOR NO. 1 Robert Allen
of your Answer or pleadingto FM32279 (F6226-4M34579)
Past Bowling alley. FOUNDLOST 1 the Amended Complaint on the NOTICE OF $ALP r Emory ftronton 8474570lo
i I INC. Plaintiffs attorney. GEORGE L. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN bjrf Girowrd 847.2061

FOR RENT: Two and three CLAPHAM 60 North Court Street. the undersigned Sheriff of Osceola 00 R. K Hall| 8921212. St. Cloudor

room apartments. Aircondition- Kissimmee Post Office Box 2062. Orlando. Flo- County. Florida, that pursuant to call H. T. Simmons,Mgr.
Glasses with stainless 2 Broadway i rlda. and file the original Answeror Judgment of Forfeiture entered by

ed. MoreCeld Building opposite steel rims. Reward. 210 Drury 847-3156 847-3157 I pleading In the office of the the Judge of the above Court on KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX 847-4819
postoffice. Also furnishedhouse I Clerk of the Circuit Court on or June 26. 1963. I will offer and sell ,
or leave at Gazette office. I. before the 29th day of July. 1963. to the highest and best bidder for Robert O'Berry 847-3219

606 EmmetLAPARTMENTS _ _ -------- ---.--- ---- .---- --- i If you fall to do so. a decree pro cash between the legal hours of I R. W. Umfor 847-3<<2
r I IFOR SALE Three bedroom : confesso will be taken against you sale on Monday. July 15. 1963 be- John Evan. Si. Cloud 892-3482
FOR RENT-$9, : I 1 for the relief demanded in the fore the east door of the Courthouse Phone: 847-3524
WANTEDL REAL ESTATEFOR I house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x ; Complaint. Kissimmee. Florida the ,
$11, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul DATED at Klsslmmee. Osceola above described automobile. Pur-
300. Air conditioned. Priced to
Davis 114 Emmett Street. L I County Florida this 20th day of chaser to pay for Sheriffs' Bill of
sell. Contact Betty Eby, 847- June. 1963 Sale.Dated Radio and SALES SERVICE

SELLING Season SALE: Five lots No. 20-21- 2881 8474266. GLENN RAY, at Kissimmee, Florida this
Kitchenettes and trailer or
rooms Clerk of the Circuit Court 2Sth day of June. 1963. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
apartments with lake and shuf-I will soon be here. Prepare now 22-23-24 in Block A, Carolina Osceola County Florida ROBERT M. BUCKELS

flebbard. By week month or for large profits selling beauti Terrace on old Dixie Highway I. FOR SALE-Modem, 2 BR CB ,'i (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL k. Sheriff Florida of Osceola County T coMnrn NOMI WMBWNCJ

year. Capitol Motel, St. Cloud I ful Avon Gifts. Write Avon between Kissimmee and Or- home on lake . with sandy i i ByMarjortfe Deputy Haye Clerk July 4. 1L 1963 CO.

Hwy. 4CL Manager, P.O. Box 2427, Vero i lando. i iI beach, dock, picnic table under i i June 27, July 4. 11, 18. 1963 IN THE COURT OF THE PARKS Fug k 0...

Beach Florida. I I roof fruit trees 16x24 safety I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE
Extra Large choice home sites, shelter-$14,900. Florida Realty i NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA

trailer or business lots. High i, IN AND FOR NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Counselors, Inc., 2 Broadway, ; OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA IN RE THE ESTATE OF )
end Dry. Electricity and good 1 I I' Kissimmee. 847-3156 or 847- IN CHANCERY. LOIS PAULINE DRAWDY ) NORRIS CLEANERSNORRIS

\ water. $10 down, $8 month. No. 6475 Deceased )
I 3157. MANUFACTURERS & TRAD- ) To all Creditors Legatees. Dis
\ Why pay more? Save high rent. I 1 i ERS TRUST COMPANY a ) tributees and all Persons having

FOR SALE TROPICAL PARK on Route I FOR SALE: Expressway Homes : New York banking corporation Claims or Demands against said CLEANERS WILL CLOSE FOR VACATION

441 in North Kissimmee. .]I'I moved to your lot. Some with i!I.-vs- Plaintiff I I Estate You :and each of you are hereby AUGUST 3rd TO SEPTEMBER 2nd.

\ i no down payment. Small ALLEN J. HARPER and I notified and required to present
FOR SALE-3 Bedroom concrete I BERNICE C. HARPER. I any claims which you, or eitherof
monthly payments. Phone f his wife have
you may against the estateof
1953 BUCKEYE HOUSE TRAILER block house gravel roof, plastered -I after 6 p.m. Jewell House I I Defendants. / I! Lois Pauline Drawdy, deceased KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
NOTICE OF late of Ocseola
I \ walls gas heat carport I FORECLOSURE SALE County. Florida to
i! Movers. BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT the County Judge of said Countyat 103 East Dakln 847-4941
Z1FOOTCAN BE SEEN AT utility room, good location. $150 Notice is hereby given that the his office In the Court House at

\ down $65 month. Total $9,100. undersigned Hon. Glenn Ray Clerk Kissimmee. Florida, within six cal-
1212 LEHIGH STREET Discount for cash $7950. Eddie LEGAL NOTICESIN i of the Circuit Court of Osceola endar months from the date of the
\ County, Florida. will on the 8th first publication of this Notice.
demons Tropical. . Park 847- THE COURT OF : day of July 1963 at 12OQ; M.. at Each claim or demand must be in
t Back of Bowling Alley or Call 847.2398 \ '2380. -. THE COUNTY Jut>CE 1 the Front door of the Osceola writing' and must state the placeof
OSCEOLA COUNTY. j County Courthouse in the City of residence of the claimant and
B STATE OF FLORIDAIN Klsslmmee. Florida, offer for sale must be sworn to by the claimant, ROTHROCK
FOR SALE Building lots in RE: ESTATE OF 1! and sell at public outcry to the his agent or attorney, or the same
Johnson Park replat with all CHARLES L. VAUGHAN. I highest and best bidder for cash. will become void according to law
deceased. I the following described property This the 12 day of June. 1963.
improvements. FHA approved. -NOTICE OF FILING PETITIONFOR : situated In Osceola County. Florida.I /sDavid Monroe Drawdy

$1,500 each. 1-15 lots. See FINAL DISCHARGE OF :; to-wit-- I Administrator of the I
I, Charles B. Gonyo, 1405 Em- CUM TESTAMENTO ANNEXO '! LANDS. FIRST ADDITION as Lois Pauline Drawdy.

mett Street Phone 8473949. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN! per plat thereof recorded In Plat deceased.
1 that I have filed my final return I' Book I, Page 369, Public Recordsof Brinson & McWhlrter
'4 4J Ancillary Administratrix cum i I Osceola County Florida. Attorneys at Law
0 ,FOR SALE Beautifully landscaped testamento annexo of the estate of i pursuant to the final decree of Kissimmee. Florida Culvert Tile for Driveways

\ CB, furnished, 2-bed- Charles L. Vaughan, deceased; that: foreclosure entered In a case pending June 20. 27 July 4, 11. 1963
eGA5 I have filed my petition for dls-i i In said Court. the style of Septic Tanks-a size for every need.
mom home in Orange Gardens. tribution and for final discharge < which Is Manufacturers &. Traders IN THE COURT OF THE .

Large screened patio. Also and that on August 12. 1963. I will Trust Company, a New York bankIng OSCEOLA COUNTY COUNTY JUDGE FLORIDA Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
I apply to the Honorable O. P. John- corporation, versus Allen J.
patio. Many extras are included i
open son. County Judge of Osceola i' Harper and Bernice C. Harper, his
in the sale of this lovely County, Florida, for approval of wife, and Docket Number which Is RE THE WALTON ESTATE ABRAMS OF )
home. Let us show this said final return and for an orderof 6475-C. 15 Years
{ distribution and for dischargeas now $13,950.00. Florida Realty Ancillary Administratrix cum i seal of said Court this 24th day of all Creditors. Legatees Dis
tributees and all Persons having K. C. ROTHROCK and
June 1963. owner operator
testamento annexo of the estate of ,
Counselors Inc., 2 Broadway
REFRIGERATION Charles L. Vaughan. deceased. HON. GLENN RAY Claims or Demands against said
Kissimmee. 847-3156 or 847- July 6. 1963. Clerk Circuit Court Estate:
You and each of hereby
sMARY R. Vaughan Osceola County. Florida you are
1 3157. Ancillary Administratrix (Circuit Court Seal) notified and required to presentany
By: / Marjorie R. Haye claims which you or either of
silent refrigeration aforesaidPhillip
SHOP IN KISSIMMEE R. Kelley June July 4. U 18. 1963 you. may have against the estateof Located at Kissimmee Transif-Mix Co.
tops . Lend refrigerationis George Walton Abrams, deceased -
P.O. Box 331
absolutely silent . lasts Kissimmee. Florida IN THE COUNTY late of Osceola County Florida. '

longer (no moving parts) . : .. Attorney for Administratrix JUDGE'S COURT. to the County Judge of said Countyat
.. ..
OSCEOLA his office in the Court Houseat
automatic Ice-maker with no IT July
11. 18. 25. August L 1963 NO. Kissimmee. Florida, within six PHONE: 847-3524

mussy, fussy ice trays . con IN THE COUNTY IN RE: ESTATE OF calendar months from the date of
stant supply ol ice. Gas refrigeration JUDGE'S COURT MATTIE B. TYNER. Deceased. the first publication of this Notice-

provides service' in any I ',>sI OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO Each claim or demand must be In
ALL CREDITORS, LEGATEES. writing and must state the place of
weath . 10-year warranty. CASE NO. 5720
residence of the and must
SALLIE KEEN. Deceased. ) I SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE- be sworn to by the claimant, his STEEL SALESANY
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: agent or attorney, or the same will
All Creditors. Legatees. Distrib i i You and each of you are hereby become void according to law.

I utees and AU Persons having notified and required to presentany This the 13th day of June 1963. DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
Claims or Demands Against said I claims which you. or eitherof /Hewlett M. Abrams -
I Estate i you. may have against the es- Executor of the Estateof

GREENS.FUEL You and each of you are hereby I tate of Mattie B. Tyner. deceased. George Walton Competitively Priced
notified and required to present late of Osceola County. Florida to Abrams deceased.
,. .; any claims which you. or either of I the County Judge of said countyat Brinson and McWhlrter
.. have his office In the Courthouse at Attorneys at Law
.. you. may against the estate TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
I Kissimmee. Florida, within six calendar Kissimmee. Florida
THE 9fatuJia GAS of Sallle Keen. deceased late of i iI f months from the date of the June 1963 .
:: : Osceola County. Florida, to the I 20. 27 July 4. 11.
of this noUce.Each
: County Judge of Osceola County. i I first publication
..,.... .': I Florida at Kissimmee. '{ claim or demand must be in NOTICE TO CREDITORSIn
: Florida
.. Court of
and the the
": writing must state place County Judge.,:
... within six calendar months from I
PARKS FURNITURE CO. t _.. .. ." : ; ,\ I It' '. of residence of the claimant and Osceola County. Florida.
date of the first
. ,' ,.. :; \. .. t' this notice. Each claim publication or demand of:. must be sworn to by the claimant IN RE THE ESTATE OF CsB,l.H .UU. WcUhf SVf Al Weft C.BTB .
,. . ., his. agent or attorney or the same BERTHA M. WHALON.
"See Your Gas Appliances"KISSIMMEE . . .. .- must be In writing and must state I j I
Us For .' : .. ,..., will become void according to law. Deceased.
. '
.... :. .... ...." ,, ':tIe :.--- the place of residence and post-I This the 25th day of June 1963. To all Creditors. Legatees. Distributees Old Orlando Hwy. near livestock Market.
office address of the claimant andbe
ST. CLOUD ..,.. ::! ."'. sworn to by claimant his agent I I.RAYMOND STEWART TYNER and all Persons having b.1. Box 758-A e Klsslmmee
. .1 ,.. Executor of the Estate of Claims or Demands said
892-2011. .I ;:. $ t or attorney or the same will become ' against
.. . : ..;: I Mattie B. Tyner. deceased Estate:
;: to law. i
; ; void according
.. .. .. .. .' Jr. You
.. .. ". ,. .. THIS the 14th day of June. 1963.. Murray W. Overstreet. and each of you are hereby
: ._!.j :! ,. ::: ELMER KEENAs 1 I Attorney. for ExecutorP. notified and required to present LOU YOUNG WELDING
re-. l.i! Administrator of O. Box 492 t any claims which you or either ,
: Saute Keen ; Kissimmee. Florida I of you. may have against the estateof
Estate 4, 11, 18. 25. 1963
July BERTHA M. WHALON. deceased
For Any Of Ellis F DavisKissimmee. ;' late of Osceola County. Florida.to PHONE 847-3898
I, Florida : NOTICE TO DEFEND the County Judge of said Coun-
!' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ty. at his office in the Court Houseat
for Administrator I'
Kissimmee. Florida, within six
June 20. 27 July 4. ll
These Services I AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCE I calendar months from the date of
$ NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOB OLA. STATE OF FLORIDA. ;. the first publication of this Notice.
S. New Houses .j' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN j:JAMES. Defendant NO- i I writing and must state the place of
PORTER I residence of
THAT John B. Farmer the holderof State of the claimant and must
the following certificate has filed 1 TICE TO DEFEND. The PORTER i be sworn to by the claimant. his SERVICEUli
S CommercialStructures said certificate for a tax deed to Florida to EDWARD I agent or attorney. or the same will
be Issued thereon. The certificate JAMES Address Unknown. You are t f become: void according to law.
i number and year of Issuance. the hereby for divorce notified has that been a suit in brought equity I 1, This the 19th day of June. 1963. Custom Recapping W
''I I description of the property and MILDRED JESS WILDER THACKER.
the name In which It was assessed I against you by MARIE Admx. c.t.a. of the Estate of
223 3. BERMUDA
e Remodeling I I Is as follows: JAMES in the Circuit fontthe BERTHA M. WHALON
No. : Ninth Judicial Circuit in Deceased. PHONE 847.2207
t i Certificate 109. Year of Issuance State
County of Osceola. TRACKER and THACKER
; May Description of
Additions Oran rids and hereby summon Box 527.
; Property Blossom Addn your required to file Kissimmee. Fla. -
j Elk B Lot 4 & 4B Section 3/6, ; eeL defenses to Attorneys for Admx. c.t.a.
e Aluminum I Township 26 South. Range 23 East. your written answer filed herein or against June 71. July' 4j119
the Complaint
I! Name In which assessed George B. entitled IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
in the above
SidiAkIMIIrwnt I Adair. you the office of the Clerk of tcause.r COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. IE Wt3EECONOMfZE
I! ,.
'cJust h All of said property being In thei i i cult Court In and for Osceola FLORIDA.NO. 0 '
County of Osceola. State
of .
Florida. at bis office in -
like when property {j Unless such certificate or cerrtifi County. House In Kissimmee. IN RE. ESTATE OF
are protect your 'the Court
you you !cates shall be redeemed according Florida or before the fourth I CHRISTOPHER S. GREEN.
with a Home Owners insurance policy that includesfire Awnings : to law the property described in. day of August. A.D.. 1963. and to NOTICE OF
risks I j such certificate or certificates will, such answer or defenses I INTENTION TO a
other of
theft, liability, windstorm, and many 'be sold to the highest bidder at the serve a upon copy Thacker and Thacker. f MAKE APPLICATION FOR 1 Extra QuIlt Bfedc

at a saving in rates. Call us. e Storefront Court House Door on the first Monday -i I Plaintiffs attorneys herein whose i FINAL DISCHARGETO
i In the month of August 1963.t address is Box 527, Kissimmee. Flo-' ALL WHOM IT MAY CON-i At No Extra Cost
which Is the 5th :
Marquee day of August i rida. on or before said date as required CERN: t
i 1963. by law. If you fall to do t i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ;
PHONE 847-4121 : Dated this 4th day of July 1963.' a Decree Pro Confesso will be! that Murray W. Overstreet. Jr.. has .
Estimates I i /./ GLENN RAYClerk so.entered against you for the relief i flied his final return as adminls- 4 Pfc. 47-4021
of Circuit Cowrt t t demanded the Complaint. "| trator of the Estate of Christopher
Osceola County. Florida. 1 WITNESS my band as Clerk ofsaid S. Green deceased; that be has
LUPFER'SInsurance SEEK. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Circuit Court of Osceola Coun- tiled petition for final discharge.
July 4. 11. Ig. 2Sl 1963 ty, Florida and the Seal of said I" and that he will apply to the Honorable Memberl. of Osceola tosaty BeM&ra AaoocUUea
at Kissimmee. Osceola County. T O. P. Johnson. County Judge
C. Moore Jr. IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE Florida, on the 1st day of July. t of Osceola County. Florida, ba the
JUDGE day of August 1963. for ap
A.D.. 190'3.y
Agency IN OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA GLENN RAY ,,12th of same and for final dls-| OSCEOLA CEMENT
I GLENN RAY. Clerk of charge as administrator of the ftI -
TRIANGLE I MELON NAOMI WOOD I Ute of Christopher S. Green de
the Circuit Court

1918.1963 BUILDING NOTICE TO Deceased.CREDITORS .) I Osceola County. Florida ceased.This.8th day of July. 1863. PRODUCTS me.
/2E11 Cred1ton.- Legatees Dis (SEAL AND THACKER I MURRAY W. OVERSTREET. Jr.
11 Stewart Si.Phene .- tributees and all Persons having THACKER Administrator of the Estate of
847-4121 for Plaintiff
12 Tin
.roatlwsy-Next To Bwk- Claims or Demands Attorneys *
I against said p.0. Box 537. K1ss1mJDee. P1 Christopher S. Green decease NEPTUNE ROAD E--IB.DIII
47-2276 Estate: JulY 4. 11._18. Z5. 1 July 1. IS. 23. Au*. 1. 1963 '
You and each of you are hereby. -


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