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The Kissimmee gazette
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Kissimmee Gazette
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-Oct. 11, 1984.
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Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).

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VOL. (G Jtf .T'.-"--- -Klscimmee.Entered as Osceola Second County Class ,Matter Florida KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1963 EitablUhed 847-2831 1894Paoae PRICE TEN CENTSBonAir


Ig1iY I Building I I License ExtensionIsGivenHospital

1! To Be Auctioned I

The Bon Air Building on the greater interest expressed in acquiring

corner of Dakin and Pleasant I I the property for a downtown

1>Streets will be sold at Auction by retirement hotel; however,
[the Hansbrough National Realty i I others have indicated interest for
WIN FIRST HALF-Hunt Brothers' team won the first i I
& Auction Company of Orlando I apartments with retail space on
half of the Osceola Softball The ',
first half
County League. I and Louisville Ky. on next Thursday -:the first floor. I

champs are, front row, from left to right Frank Gaines, I afternoon, July 25th at 1:30 I The Hansbrough Company state ---

Duke Brown, J. C. Poff, Earl Moody and Lynwood Lupo. their representatives will be at I
pjn.This 10:30 A letter dated. July 8, 1963 remodeling and renovation of heating system. I State Board of Health. The all
Standing, from left Joe Moore, Lloyd Lucas, Bill Green, I building located in the first,the building from a.m. on
block off Broadway in downtown'I the day of the Auction and will from Dr. G. W. Hoover, acting the present facility to start An official spokesman pointedout new hospital-medical enter will
Skip Hamner and Jim Dulgar. Not pictured, but members Kissimmee was operated for I' be available to show the property -! director, division of hospitals and within the next 30 days. A new that the reconstruction oil I be capable of expanding to 300

of the championship team, are Bookie Bishop, many years as the Bon Air Hotel I to prospective bidders. Their! nursing homes, Florida ,State addition to the surgical suite the present facility and its com- beds as the community grows.

Happy Haen and Jim Mongoven. (Photo by Hamrick) II and is the remaining portion of I advertisement with the complete j I Board of Health -granted the will be carried out also. pletion will mark the end of the The architectural firm of Reynolds

I the Jennings estate which, at onetime I I details of the Auction appears on, Kissimmee Hospital a license ex- Relocation of the administrative first phase of an overall planto Smith and Hills of Orlando -

extended from Broadway to: another page in this issue. I tension from Nov. 1. 1962. offices to the provide the residents of Os. estimated it will take ap
annex, new
Theatreorkshop i Pleasant Street. In addition to the retroactive ,ceola County with the best possible proximately 14 months for con-
I physiotherapy department new
I The present owners, ,Jenningsand I I II extension, Kissimmee Hospital nurses stations, patient nurse patient care obtainable. struction.
: Lowenstein of Vero Beach 660 Cattle was issued another license ef call''' and communications systems Hospital authorities said final
'have recently renovated and redecorated Phase 2, which has already negotiations on financing, whichare
To Present I
Play i fective July 1, 1963 for the cur- for the entire hospital are
I the entire building. They rent fiscal 'year.' planned. been initiated will be the con- I now in progress, together
,believe the building is too valuable Sold AtMarket t struction of a new hospital-I with final working drawings

Innovations are nothing new to ineffective view-ability. I I to remain unused becauseof I Final working drawings and Additional; paving and park- medical center north of tehe and the construction schedule,

staging methods in the American Mrs. Brooks went on to point its strategic business location, !specifications which were ap- ingvspace will be provided. The city limits. Preliminary ,plans I means completion of the $2 mil

theatre. They are usually foundin out that by seating the audience I its structure and size. It has proved by the board of health entire facility will be providedwith and specifications have already lion project is about: two years

avant-garde and other. experi- in six long sections, fanned out I more than seven thousand feet of t At the Kissimmee Livestock t June''' 10 will allow a completeBoataC.ade a new, air conditioning and received full approval from the off.

mental groups. across the auditorium,. each I floor space. Market Wednesday 660 cattle,
Seldom imaginative mejh-\ member of the audience Hansbrough.stated that considerable 'and calves were sold compared' Seeks

oda utilized'by the smaller civic have no trouble "in WOuld'1 interest has There been indicatedin he I to 283 a week ago. ,i Mrs. Nell DorsayFilled
theatres. Such is definitely not action, but actually experiencethe i appears 1\ Compared to last Wednesday j
said at the present time to be
the case with the 2nd Annual sensation of being a physical- : .. !slaughter steers heifers and I Southport DedicationEfforts
Summer Worskshop for "t' ung part ST the play. I - bulls again too few for test I:[ In FallGlenn

people in its staging of "Circus Also by utilizing the half of I Dr. Amos Retires j I Ii cows about steady and calves are being made to tie ] with those of the Boat-A-Cade.

Fun In The Cun In 1901/ the hexagon furthest away from i mostly steady with spots $1.00 the dedication of Southport can- chambers of commerce, and recreation -

One of the most unusual and i the audience the actors would i From PastorateDr. I:lower. Stocker steers strong heifers al locks in with the 14th an- committee he said. Mrs. Nell Dorsey 32, Naples.'! Adair, HuntsviHe, ALa.,

provocative staging forms ever have no trouble In vocally reach- H. P. Amos has retiredas I I too few for test, cowl steady ual Kissimmee Boat-A-Cade, The suggested date is Oct. former Kissimmee resident, was James Adair, Orlando; sisters
presented Is to be Introduced ing their listeners. and calves mostly steady to : of 23. Tentatively it has been sug- in waterfall I
Fred McDanield, manager .fatally injured a accident Mrs. Joan Petty, Orlando, Miss
pastor of the First Baptist
when the Elizabeth Davis fun-
This, writer visibly shaken by strong with several instances on ; the Chamber of Commerce re- gested that a dedication ceremony I near Brevard N.C., Sunday -I Faye Adair, Rehoboth, Del.,
Church due to his extended ill-
play makes its bow at the Kiss all this geometric reference since I
140-180 lb. weights as much as ported.It and barbecue be held at morning. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
immee Community House, at 8 he has not as yet established ness and continued poor health. $4.00 higher. Seventy percent of'j is hoped that the U.S. Army Southport and that that be followed A native of Lawrenceburg,'I Adair, Huntsville; father-in-law
His retirement was read at a
p.m. on July 31st. friendly relations with simple the run which was comprised Engineers and representativesof with a dance and dinner on Tenn., she attended Osceola High
This is theatreinthehexagon.This arithmetic, hastened to channel church business meeting and 1 Edward J. ST.. Brevard
of three-fourths calves returned the Central & South Florida the lakefront here.A School and was a popular member
writer has seen area-arena the interview into safer waters. was accepted with regret. It be- to pasture. i Flood Control District will be huge water parade is also of the younger set for sever step father-in-law, John Hoppen,

theatre in many forms, in-the- Was it true he asked, this I came effective Sunday.Dr. Standard and good 700-1000 lb. t!I able to correlate their activities anticipated, McDanield added. al years. Kissimmee; aunt and uncle, Mr.

round, in-the-square, even in-the- rumor about everytehing being Amos has been pastor of slaughter steers 21502275. i Husband, Edward J. (N<
oblong but never in the hex- free at the "Big Show"? Yes.I the church for the past 12% Utility cows $155.00-17.25. one ) parents Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Doss, all Kissimmee survive.

agon.When for the expected audience of I years. He came here from Tus-. heifer type $18.25 cutter $13.00-i City To Receive Adair, Orlando; sons Eddie, Funeral arrangements will be

questioned as to the rea- over two hundred there will be: caloosa, Ala.' Until his recent ill 16.00 canner $11.00-13.50. George D.; daughter. La Donna announced later by Grissom Funeral

sons for using a six-sided playing no admission charge, nor will;' ness, his activities were many Choice calves $24.75-26.50 good Jean all of Naples; brothers i Home;
area, director Gill Brooks there be any charge for the re i in the church and community. I 227524.75 standard

gave the following 'explanation. freshments.It's I Standard and good$19.50-23.00'1 vealers Sealing BidsCity Col. Strickland: Annie Mae Tindall

The play is an extravaganza, all. tree. free, free! The'menagerie I James L. Hutchinson 23002650. I!
I II Succumbed
with a cast of over thirty young-' the play the circus I Inferior and common 400-600 MondayLt. Buried FridayAnnie
sters. This massiveness alone Completes Course commissioners will re- Ruby Ave., Railroad to Lake-
acts, and the pink lemonade -I lb. feeder-stocker steers
precluded the use of the regular all free. ; $15.00-I) ceive bids for the mineral sealing shore; Clyde, Sumner to Snyder; Cot Newton Harrell Strick- Mae Tindall 57, of Bowl

Community House stage.It No tickets will be .needed James L. Hutchinson local representative -I 18.50 Common, one medium and medium$20.50.heifers! of almost two miles of I Forrest, Emmett to Patrick; land, 79, (U.S. Army Ret., of ing Green member of a pioneer

was then decided that an just be at the Community I I of Metropolitan Life $ streets in Kissimmee, it was i Cypress Main to Royal; Royal 219 South Kissimmee Clyde Avenue resident, promi-passed Central Florida family, passed
decided at informal meetingof Vine to Cypress; Hughey, Ver- nent in Melbourne Tuesday eve
area-arena staging be attempted. House, at 8 p.m., on July 31st. Insurance Company, has return cows 135016.50, few an suddenly Monday afternoon.A away
Center staging, in-the-round! was Oh, yes to have time to see 1 I ed from New York City where I medium to $18.25 inferior$11.QO..I3.50. the commission Tuesday non to Clyde; away native of Duluth Georgia he ning alter several weeks illness.
first tested advanced up night. Rose, Hughey to Patrick; Rose Born April 5, 1906, in Osceola
but discarded for the menagerie and all the exhibits -1 I I he participated in a special I had been a resident of this com-
of acoustics and City Mgr. Charles Jackson was Patrick to Bryan; Orlando, Pat County near East Lake the
reasons poor ,. you'd better come early.l training course relatingto Good 250-500( Ib. calves $22.50- munity for the past 19 years.A .
.. j!. t >. ; ,estate planning and business; ; told to prepare.specifications and rick to Emmett; Patrick, to Air. and I daughter oi William H. Sullivan
. veteran of World Wars 1
-medJuntt$20.00-24.00, ,
i r life Insurance underwriting. *' : com-I,ask fon1rns', which would be port Buildings; Cherry, Main to and Martba A4 fea JfaH ,Se+iUwhiu.
mon $17.00-20.50. Good ()( 2. his last assignment, before re-
Brack Orlando Mabbette to she moved from Deer Park to
B ardAsks1For Hutchinson, who lives at 914 Ibs. opened early in August. It is ; irtment, was Commanding| Officer
School $28.00-32.75()( medium $23.I()( Sumner Mabbette Bermuda to Bowling Greed 11 yean ago
I Emmett Street, recently was ap-' 28.00. common $20.0024.00.Al estimated that the total cost may Ditch. ; of Erie Proving Grounds She was a member of the
pointed to the position of Metropolitan be around 10000. Port Clinton Ohio. .
Larson, Florida State Mar-I The streets in width Church of God Bowling Green.Survivors .
involved vary
The streets are:
I Insurance Consultant, in keting Bureau, P O. Box 779.. He was a communicant of St. include her husband,
from 18 to 24 feet and win require -
Dillingham Emmett to Verona -
which capacity he will continuehis Johns Episcopal Church servingas
More TaxesTwo Jacksonville 1, Florida. Hill Tindall Her father. WilliamH.
it is estimated 24 758
I insurance sales and service;i I ; Verona, Clyde to Dilling- ; sq. Treasurer for a number of Sullivan Si. Cloud. Three
I I I activities from. Metropolitan's ham; Canterbury Land Circle; yds of years. He was also a member of I daughters Mrs. E. H. Booth and

of the bigger taxpayers of Last year the total non-exempt Orlando office. Mosquito Control Vlakinson Carson Post Number'."Mrs. Faye Meyer both Melbourne

the county led a drive for a tax valuation was 110365249. 1 The office is under the direc- 10, American Legion Orange II. ; Mrs. Myles Albritton,
increase to assure Osceola Coun- According to Winland, he proposed tion of Manager James C. Dis- Gets More MoneyThe ;County Settles Blossom Lodge Number 80, F. & Bowling Green. Two sons Melvin

ty's meeting its educational re- (based on seven mills, the muke. A-M. and the Retired Officers As i Tindall and Elbert Tindall. Three
sponsibilities.In same amount of tax last year) I City has given tentative sociation.

a 3-1 vote the board adopted that revenue from ad valoremtax I approval to budgeting $15,000 Road Problem Survivors include his wife Mrs.i:I coosee brothers, ,John Maynard Sullivan Sullivan Bowling NarI -

a motion made by One Lee would be $802,102. This how- City Gets $6,086.78From :I for mosquito control. Rebe May Standifer Strickland.i I Green and Bill Sullivan St. Cloud

Jr. and seconded by Mrs. Carolyn ever, will be increased by about Tax This is $1,000 more than the I One son, Henry Standifer Stack-;i Six sisters Mrs. Elsie Giiiam
Kempfer to set the generaltax 62000. Cigarette 'current year. The commissionhad Ii i The county has sold back the that it was too late. land Gainesville. Two brothers, New Smyrna Beach, Mrs. E. T

levy for schools at 5.55 mills. Other sources will give the The City of Kissimmee received to give approval at this controversial Williams Road to The turnpike authority agreedto Glenn B. Strickland Duluth and i];I Powell Mrs. Ruth RyIa der, Mrs.

With two mills previously voted Osceola school system $1,507,997, $6,986.78 from the state cigartte time because the mosquito con- Three Lakes Ranch, a deed recorded give the county a double cattle Charles E. Strickland Tavares.I Otto Caldwell and Mrs Gussie

by the school trustees, this will he reported. Thus the total bud- ,I tax collected during the trol district fiscal year is from in the office of Glenn Ray, pass at the road but when Three sisters Mrs. W. H. Lewis I II Alderman all Orlando and Mrs

bring the total school tax levyto amount to about $2,450,000. I to July to July.Commissioners. county clerk shows. construction was actually under and Miss Ellyne E. Ava Coriey Chattanooga Tennes
month according
'7.55 mills, an increase of .55. The Increase in millage occurred May, director of were told the The sale was authorized in a way, it was found the authorityhad both Duluth and Mrs. Strickland'i I see. Also 13 graadcfaydren.

Lee explained that he calculated as a result of a broad dis- Richard B. Keating, state is not going to contribute special act 'passed by the legis- built a single cattle box and Donald Miami. Also 2 Funeral services were held at
the state beverage department, commissionersfailed it was 800 feet south of the road.
after dren.
.55 would provide for a norm- cussion on school construction. as much toward the programas county 2 o'clock Friday from (he Gns-
which collects the tax.
to get a proper crossingover The authority officials then Funeral arrangements will be
al year's growth and he believed it has. som Chapel with the Reverends
under the turnpike. The agreed to fence a right of way announced later Grissom Fu-
the board should provide for Teachers Must MayorAdrian Bovis praisedthe or by Frank Gnmstey and David Gant
work of Fleming Dame 'road would have cut the turnpike from the road to the cattle passon neral Home.
it. Maintain Score Highway Work sanitarian under whom fa the middle of the county. each side of the turnpike but officiating. ors were
county Elvin Alderman Marvin
Votingith' Mrs. Kempfer and Osceola teachers desiring to Nears Completion them program is operated. He Prior to the construction of the .when they did this, they removed: Jerry F. ColemanIs nephews Alderman. Dick Powell,, Hubert
Lee was Dan Armstrong. Castingthe ulti- ** toll road County Eng. William the ranch's exclusive use of the
remain in the system will called it a more effective" program PromotedJerry Tindall, J. Henry Tindall and Hen
dissenting vote was Miles mately have to have a score of Four-laning of the next to last and recommended the in-I Johnston advised the commissioners cattle pass and also make the anti- ry Tyson.' Interment" followed in
comers so sharp, trucks could not F. Coleman. aviation :
Sharp. 500 on the National Teachers Ex- segment of.U.S.. 441 between crease. to get a'road across that part Boggy Creek Cemetery. Gnsaoui
Lee and Mrs. Kempfer have I the the turnpike negotiate them. submarine warfare technicianthird
amination or its equivalent.The Ocala and Kissimmee has been of county so Funeral Home in olarrangements.
and was charge
large property holdings and the school board voted that completed the State Road De-, would honor it. :. Finally both the county and class USN son of Mr. .

tax increase will raise their teachers have to have the score partment announced yesterday.Max Petition For Then R. B. Williams presidentof I.Williams gave up. It was decidedto Mrs. William B. Coleman of Route
taxes considerably. third Brewer of Titusville,, the ranch, offered a deal to return the land to Williams 2, Kissimmee was advanced to
of their
by the completion New Trial Denied 16 while Former Resident
The action following a report i Road Board member for District the county which would put a who paid the county $7,300 the the present rate May

from finance officer Jim Win- year.In the past the test but who Five, said the $1,297,304 projectin I Two persons were accused of 1 1I road about where it was recommended -I county had invested in the pro- serving Squadron with 30 at Air the Anti-Submarine Naval Air Sta- Died At Sanford
land that he had received tax Lake County extended from checks and However, it turned out I position.
did not pass the test but who a i issuing worthless tion. Key WestAdvancement Mrs. E. T. Chapmaa Sanford

assessment estimates from Wade became eligible: in every other point west of the Dora Canal t one was charged with forgery!|!Local Attend 'City Receives : is based on meeting died Sunday.

Lanier, assessor. These were as way for continuing contract were eastward 3.5 miles through Tava- (. the sheriffs department reported. -!1 Boys : the Navy's military and professional Born m Matmunta, she had

follow: retained on the payroll but with res to join the existing four :;Boys' State I$80.23 RefundThe requirements and deter- lived in Sanford MOlt her life

Exempt property valuations, salary frozen. laned segment of U.S. 441 near t i Charged in. separate cases i I i mined by the needs of the service She was a member oi PInt Methodist

$24,506,035; non-exempt property Now they will be dismissed- Eustis. !were William M. Jones, of Bre- 'i Three Osceola High School students city has received a refundof and scores attained on the Navy- Church and '"j* active in

valuations, $120,617,104. With the completion of this vard County; Mrs. A. C. Blount ,, attended the American $80.23 from the Civil Defense. wide competitive examinations the WSCS.:

M. Lanier Mrs. Anzy Easley j project only 4.8 miles of two-; Kissimmee and Doris Dominy, ::Legion Boys' State session at This was part of the 1.5% assessment given hi..annually. The promotions Surviving are hmfcaaa1, Eo T.

James laned roadway remain on UJS. j:the latter facing the forgery :,Tallahassee.: of the federal contribu- resulted from successful participation i Chapman; brother, John E. An.

Aboard Destroyer Died Sunday 5 441 between Ocala and Kissim :count. I II Mark Lurie was a candidate tions received under Public Law in the February tests. demon; swters, Mia Lucille Anderson

I Mrs. Anzy C. Easley, age 78 mee a distance of 89 miles. I As petitions from prisoners for !I for several offices and was 875 for the purpose of maintaining Air Ant-Submarine Squadron 30 Mrs. A. L. Myvrt. all of

James M. Lanier, gunner's mate a resident of Route 1, Davenport! This final segment extend- :retrials continue to flood the of- 'elected as District Party chair- the Tampa Field Office flies the Grummann B-2 "Track Sanford; nephew D*. A. L. MyersJr.

second class. USN son of Mr. died Sunday afternoon foUowizzi ing from the Dora Canal west- office of Glenn Ray, clerk of ;man. which assisted in the prepara er," a carrier-based antisubmarine ., Dundee.
and Mrs. Ike M. Lanier of 818 a long illness. J ward toward Leesburg is now be- circuit court beret Judge Murray Lou Tarcai was elected county tion. processing and auditing of: warfare aircraft used in carrying Briasaa Ffcaeral' Howe, Sanford.

Damon Ave., Kissimmee, is serv- A native of Kissimmee, she, had ing four-laned. It is 60 per cent '![I Overstreet denied one of the : judge in his section.No i claims for disaster relief. : out Navy patrol duties. is te
ing aboard the destroyer USS made her home in Davenport.f j complete and is expected to be I pleas for the first time. report was received on Bill Approximately 30C of this I

Gregory a Pacific Fleet unit since 1926 having moved there I opened to traffic by October. i i Judge Overstreet denied the .Callahan, the third representative fund remained after completionof I I Ir
which recently made a goodwill from Indiana. Mrs. Easley was at;I J. D. Manly Construction of petition of Robert T. Mathis, who from the school. the disaster agreements be-

visit to" Vancouver, British Colombia member of the Haines City Church;I Leesburg handled the multi-laned ;had been convicted: on. five I The Boys' and Girls' State representatives tween the state and federal government -'

Canada.In of Christ. I[project through Tavares. ,counts of issuing worthless are to be guests at and publication of the

company with two other ships Survivors include her busband:; [checks. The judge in his order i i ia dinner meeting with their parents Natural Disaster Assistance:.

of Destroyer Squadron Vancouver 21, the Mr. John W. Easley of Davenport I Utilities Lead {explained that Mathis had been and sponsoring organizations Manual and is being returned to r
attended the '
Gregory sons, Mr. Herbert Sly of I at the Makinson-Carson Post No.
represented by Atty. Don Let- the contributors on a prorata _
Festival at the invitation Second Half
Maritime In h
Davenport Mr. Elbert Crowe of 10 American Legion on September basis. a
of the city.Crewmen. I Cleveland Ohio; Mr. Marion Eas- At the end of one week of play 5th.

of the three U.S. ships! ley of Oklahoma, Mr. Roy Easley Utilities took over sole possession tow.Les I At that time they will give a I I Refunds Due I
formed a naval battalion for the : of of first place when Hunt's dropped : -
of Oklahoma; Mr. Leon Easley Sullivan In full report on their activities to
Festival parade adding to the I I Davenport Mr. Dick Easley of a game to Padgett's Monday I the Legion Post and to the re Donors HereIn & ,

three-day festival's colorful events. Davenport Mr. Pete Sly of Carolina 73. |: Car/Train Wreck presentatives other sponsoring recent weeks a request has
The Gregory operates out of The rest of the teams are 1
N.C. WallaceSly of
Beach. Mr. organizations and members made for contributions to
San Diego, Calif. of Carolina Beach. N.C strUng' out behind but within: Leslie Sullivan 18. of Lough-I 1
press. fund for the treatment of a
Daughters: Mrs. Leona Lock of reach of Utilities before this ball,;.man escaped serious injury when I a Gail Punsalanx.
Harry Jones Is Davenport Mrs. Ruby Groover of ends. a car he was driving struck the I heart patient determinedthat
'It has now
Davenport Mrs:: Anzy Beard of So this makes it still anyone'stitle side of an Atlantic Coast Line
will handle the
To Post
Named t i the county
Winter Haven. Mrs. W. IL Chad- and it looks like a fun scale train on State Road 532 near the U L B I

Harry E Jones has been named wick of Myrtle Beach, s.c., sis scramble for that top slot ia the Osceola-Polk County line. 7.9 . . 9.3 ZSWed. expenses of the hospitalizationand
13n those who have contributedto
senior vice commander 011 ters; Mrs. Pearl Sayder of Kis I standings. According to Florida Highway 7.10 . at ..soThan.
Legion Post No. 51 of the simmee, Mrs. Maude Lanier of I STANDINGSW. Patrol Trooper J. R. Cavey Sullivan 7.11 $7 7S the fund may pick up theirdonations I.
Soldiers' Home at Washington,, L. the train in time .oz.u at the office of the TREATED TO GAME Tupperware Little League
Ktemmwe, broths; Mr. H. A. AvjGB did not see j jt 4M. 7 IZ M 7e .
D.C. :I Cobb of HakiM Qty Mr. Joan Ues 20ueo ..- t to stop and tried to swerve his I T 13: .-.. -.---- 96 15 chamber of commerce.Mr. I tetrrj, undefeated in 21 games, was given a hOBO treat

In a event **tar he state H. Cobb of Gainesville, 38 grandchildren Pad ett'a ,'2 1Huat's .667 SI[car parallel to the track. The I II 744 90 70 1.55Mon. I recently when they were taken to aa Orlando Twins game
be .. to attend the National 2 1 .667 % tore off the side of' and Mrs. Carl Young an-
that pia train
29 great grandcbikirea. i engine 7.15 Z75 0 at Tinker Field. General manager of the Twin, George
I birth of Gary I
CoBvwittoa in Miami and Marion's 66 21 .667 H|(the car according to Cavey. nounce .the a son
Dave **
Lane Funeral Home
I MacDonald pictured with the team laid . it U
the Kissim a
KfcMimmee June 24th at
off at to 0 2OAO 2 i C.V.. : Eugene
will stop Haines, City, is in charge of art!Broadway f The train engineer was "
.+r ...visit aid Ideecis. ."' u 1 jftead> Casap 0 3 .000 2V4 I IHamil of Sanford J i mee HospitaL pleasure to be photographed with aa undefeated team.

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''t; ..1. The Ko suatee. G.tte,' fla. '..11..m.July 18, 1963 Social Security :;:-, Winn-Dixie Names I Taxable PropertyIs
Hj1 The three were taken to Os- Assessed At
Three Tourists Official To Be HereA
ceola Hospital. County sanitarian Over 10 Billion
Hospitalized Here I Fleming Dame said he would in- representative of the Social Scholarship Winners i Taxable real estate .in Floridawas
vestigate. i Security Administration $10,225-
i valued last year at
Three persons from New Jersey I to unofficial informa- will be at the
According Office in Orlando
late Satur- Miss Barbara Hutchinson San!this 000,000 by assessors for tax tethering
vere after hospitalized found here seriously ill|tion, the three who became ill Community House in Kissiinmee I Antonio and James T. Harper J. T. (James) Harper 18, has purposes the. Florida State
day milkshakeat
had strawberry 5 and Monday .
eaten a
t on Monday August been active in both 4-H Club Chamber of Commerce reported
fi5m what is suspected food poise, the restaurant. 1963 between the Trenton _have been named recipients -
August a p and Future Farmers of America yesterday in its Weekly BurinessReview.
oning. of the suspected food of the 1963 Winn Dixie -
Samples hours of 9:00 sun. and noon.
work serving as secretary vice Said the organlzatkm'sspokesman
The ill three of six per- .
were have been taken by a representative This service is made availableto Farm Bureau Scholarships.T. .
president and president of his
sons traveling from Miami.. They of the State Board of Health those who wish to apply for K. Mc Lane, Jr., executive i :
FFA Chapter at Chiefland.He included the value
listed Mr. and Mrs. Or- NI i "The sum
were Sheriff Bob Florida
according to vice president of the
and survivors
lando Perdra of Union City, N J.; old-age said is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I of the land plus the values of

and Jorge Luis Vazquez-Gonzalez, Three Land benefits social security account .Farm Bureau Federation T. J. Harper, Rt. L Trenton. homes, buildings and property
Large would receive
numbers, or obtain information the two recipients
James won chapter and such canals
9, of Weehawken, N.J. county improvements as
They ate at a Yeehaw Junction I Sales Recorded i about the Social Security Pro $1,000 each for use toward their awards in public speaking and and dikes. .The fgiure showed a

restaurant a short time before 'Three fairly large real estate gram. college educations. parliamentary proceedure pro-. gain of almost 300 per cent overa
The annual awards are presented
they became ill at a wayside sta-I transactions have recently been I and grams. I II ten-year period."A .
" " " " '" kk. to outstanding sons
tion on Hwy. 441, just north of I recorded in the office of Glenn r" I of farm families who I James was a member of FFA number of factors combined -
Kenansville. An unidentified motorist 'Ray Osceola County clerk. i Boating Questions land judging teams for two years to bring about the upward
of Farm
1 ? found Florida Highway Patrol -| Largest of the three was the I are members I I a! and exhibited steers in livestock I push in property values. First.

Trooper Ed Pennington whoi'sale of 800 acres near Lake Wilson WITH ANSWERS BY BILL SMALL, t in Florida. : shows for four years. In his FFA the demand for land itself is

rushed to the scene and called,. by Bronsons Inc. to Clarence, EYINRUDE OUTBOARD ENGINEER Since 1949, the scholarship supervised farming program, he I stronger: second the number' of
I to 1'I"
awarded $25,000
an ambulance. :H. Kenneke of Orange County.I , I' program has '' earned more than $2,800 in his homes and buildings in 1932 was
" " " " " / deserving farm boys and girls. !
Documentary stamps indicate that projects. considerably greater than ten
the sales price was $135,000 or I Scholarships are awrded by! In addition to being elected i!years previously
I[I Q. Instead of buying new Farm Bureau, with the funds !
South Trail II I about $168 an acre. spark plugs for my outboard Winn-Dixie Stores; student council president in his "Another force which accountsfor
!! In another transaction WilliamH. each year. I have the old' ones I t A At by .t senior year, James also played I a part of the gain is the

I! Crum and wife sold a tract checked cleaned and regapped. t t Foundation. : varsity football for four years trend toward assessing propertyat
j jN jt Second and third place runner-
Drive-In I near Alligator Lake to Donald P. Is this as good as using new I. I and competed in track events. its full value. Ibday three
in the girls' division this .
Stewart and wife for $53,000. spark plugs? ups His counselors and advisers term counties assess at 100 per cent

TheatreORLANDO In the third deal Bankers Investment ! A. First of all, there's no rule I year were Joyce L. Goodbread,, James "a conscientious worker, value; 12 other assess at least'
Yulee and
I I Corp. and National Oil that says spark plugs should be : athletic and citizen"He 75 per cent of vaNe and another

(Corp sold 260 acres to Carnoval changed once a year. Some plugs Bradenton. plans to enter junior col- eleven fall between 60 and 73

FLORIDA II I i Realty Investments, Tuckerton, may last several years. With I. Boys' runnerups were PhilipLagasse' : lege at Cala in September and I per cent
j and H.
outboards, the Gainesville
some particularly
!I INJ. i then transfer to the University "The value of homesteads exI -
!( larger models, it may be necessary Fred Dietrich, HI, Orlando. Run- i I
JULY 18, 19 AND 20th I to change plugs a few times : are selected in the event of Florida to enroll in its Col-I empt under Florida law. and
< 1
w each It's idea lege of Agriculture. therefore a tax write-off totaled
THURS. FRI. SAT. 1hEOdiie&H I season. a' good to either of the award winners cannot i
have them checked wheneveryou i)$4.486.000.000( in the state last
"HATARI" suspect they are bad. If they complete their plans to I year. This sum was 44 per cent

at 8:10 P. M. I check out all right, there's no enter college. as large as the tax-paying real)
reason why they shouldn't be Barbara Hutchinson, 18, is the
JOHN WAYNE estate total that In the
reused. year.
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.
r f I' A who his dream wheels 1950s, homestead properf tl tlty
plus I t i young man put on was Henry O. Hutchinson, Box 13, San San exempt

"MAN WHO SHOT hurt Does outboard fast motor gear ?shifting I Ford, pictured with his first automobile in 1896. That Antonio (Pasco County). She re- SELL YOUR stood as high as 89 per cent t\

LIBERTY VALANCE"JAMES I i dream was to produce a light-weight, inexpensive automobile cently graduated with an A av- of the tax-paying property, drop \

A. Not at all. In fact, outboards I I that the ordinary family could afford, and its from Holy Name Aca- ; ping below 50 per cent in 1961
STEWARTat j I I should be shifted with a : for the first time in recent
fulfillment put the world on wheels. :Mr. Ford, born 100
11:00 P. M. "Jiusband can easily become I snap Trying to ease them into demy. REAL "
r causes the shifting cogs to years ago this July 30, was 33 when he posed in his She has been a 4-H memberfor years. r
his wife's favorite author gear I Personal and intangible -
CARTOONS SHORTS 7:45 wear faster.Q. Sunday finest, sporting a proud mustache with the car nine years, holding almost property !
writing checks. (stocks bonds and
JULY 21,22 AND 23rd 1 -by I' I: he built in a rented workshop in Detroit. every local and county office property
I've seen some outboard bank deposits) are not includedin
Barbara selected Pasco
was as
SUN. MON. TUES. motors expel a steady stream of ESTATETHROUGH these tabulations.There's .
"COURTSHIP OF water when they are idling. Minedoesn't. Tear Gas I County's outstanding 4-H Club
ARCADETHEATRE J Does this indicate a girl in 1959 and has attendedthe I
EDDIE'S FATHER" problem in the cooling system? State 4-H Club Girls' Short no "off-season" in

7:45.12P.M. I Course in Tallahassee for three ; AN newspaper reading. The news
GLENN FORD :I A If your motor is equipped Jail Demonstration years. paper habit is constant throughthe i

plus expet I An outstanding student, Bar- year. The same number U ;
sent to
of the were
Osceola Two men
SAT.-SUN. 2:30 I through the exhaust relief outlet Eight prisoners in J bara has been active in newspapers are bought through "
'I' Instead the water is recir- County jail were placed in* the Orange County jail school projects such as music AD IN the summer as through thewinter

10:00 P. M. EVENING PERFORMANCE 7 P.M. I culated through the cooling sys- separate cells ,and jails early 'j I esort of deputies and highway and sports and has a fine church fall or spring. ]
I : tem. If it doesn't have a thermostat Ii last Wednesday morning as a, patrolmen; two were placed in __
RED BUTTONS She of the
record. is member
FRI.-SAT.JULY19, 20 I it would be a good ideato result of a demonstration which; Kissimmee city jail; and the, a
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MON. and TUES. ONLY! "DAMON AND PYTHIAS" have it checked. had of tear to be gas.stopped by the use!j I'{,.Others cell blocks were in placed the Osceola in separate jail. National Honor Society Honor and Society National Spanish For- ; THE GAZETTE 9d ,

j ensic League.
7th ANNIVERSARY plus i ,
called in:
Buckels I
: I'D SAID Sheriff Bob I
WISH Barbara is planning a career I
CELEBRATION7c "ESCAPE FROM EAST BERLIN"with all his deputies as well as help]I :
I II i b in nursing and will enroll in
Price of Admission THAT !from the Florida Highway Patrol My Neighbors g Catherine Spalding (Nazareth) : : + t
the boisterous -
I ito help quiet down
DON MURRAYSUN.MON.JULY21,22 I College in Louisville Kentucky,
pounding prisoners. ,
WEDNESDAY, JULY 24th I{! The sheriff named those involved D f

MIlKRHWOCCOU Buck Lee Strickland who were $
I I. "The Communists tell the 'I''returned here from Raiford for I

INNOCENT"AUDIE Bob Russian people that Americais trial after they petitioned the YW/R Po.a I
I., MOil dirt :r rendeto -
BEWARE! Smarten lie or
MURPHY the worst place in theworld I court they had been convicted' sou dLI 1 *. ill Central FlartJ Delight

Hope that half of us aret.taiving"to7tteath. !without having proper counsel; I . ...r greets
"White In ,o.r family *".r
It is
7:45 11 JO f r costly to Elephants"
put your I
In the very"ttfcxt Billy Hinton accused 'of robbery : .'. iy Irtngnf 'I,.. ft this trul)
Anita t ; home. Let help FREE OF CHARGE to decor- .
us ;
plus"SERGEANTS- "-hLlt-,1he.r; are brag'irintr -: ; Leon Manning, breaking you unique dining r tJtll.LA

3" EKbGfg ( !' that in the next couple, and' entering to (commit i grand ate your home to suit YOUR pocketbook. No fob F.far.CMCH C f-f. HMM ft rar"-<>um*.

3 a FRANK SINATRAat of years they will catch up' larceny; Russell McKinnon violation I too big or too.small! !

9:40 P. M. "with our standard of livinjr." of probation (robbery); COME IN THE STORE OR EVENINGS BY I (n'od jt. '
I i Mewie Edward Hudson, grand I .,
Firman W. Ward Farming- 1 I Il .. j
j Richard Price, robbery; APPOINTMENT. tM U..rt.r ::
Both In Scope and Color! larceny; "
I .w.wrrrto dale (N. J.) Howell Booster. l Demaris, forgery. "Henry-don't you dare! t r_..,r ON..'. ..tI --
and Eugene
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Bon Air Building 11 I t / : . Thursday 1:30 P. M.

In Downtown Kissimmeee JULY 25th





Commercial I Zoning HOME, OFFICE BLDG.. HOTEL,' ETC.



This outstanding commercial, building is a and Is lust across the street from one of the .. : "'rz 5 SPACIOUS AREAS

three story masonry construction and has recently city's principal hotels. It also is close to the *r?
been redecorated. Formerly operated passenger station of the ACL railroad. " :.- "

as the Bon Air Hotel, its design and arrangement AUCTION I ; 8 LARGE ROOMS 5 BATHS

provides a versatile structure for mul-
The Bon Air Building consists of spacious THIRD FLOOR
tiple z .r -
purposes. rooms on the first floor formerly used as
Lobby, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Bath
This building of excellent masonry construction '
and Utility Room. These rooms are of arrangement SHOWER.
Is 36 feet wide Dakin Street and
and size to provide for large offices,

approximately 65 feet long on Pleasant St. waiting rooms, or retail sales floor and of- BID AND BUY :., .... ,
Situated this -
on frontage -- -
outstanding corner -
fices. The second floor contains 8 large rooms 1- .. -
I is provided on 2 streets with an alley driveway I - -
and 5 baths. The Third Floor has 13 rooms, 2 -
and the third side. There I is
entrance on baths and a shower. Downtown Retirement Hotel or Nursing slbility should provide a steady demand for

also a walk way at the rear of the building. Home. The Bon Air provides a marvelous opportunity its apartments. These features and its easy

to meet a great need in Kissimmee access to the passenger station of the ACL
i The building has been (recently renovated
for centrally located Retirement Hotel Railroad makes the Bon Air an attractive
Its location Is highly valuable. Just off the and redecorated and is ready to use. The 1st a or
Nursing Home. Retired couples who have for a small Hotel operation, appealing -
main street of Kissimmee, Broadway, at the and 2nd floors have modern flourescent
moved to Kissimmee, have a great need,for to the permanent guest and the tran-
center of the city It enjoys the retail traffic lighting.
a facility such as this lust a few steps from sient.

=- the downtown shopping district Theaters,

Churches, and the shuffle board courts. A

CASH PRIZES AND prosperous Investment awaits the person With very little alteration the building

SOUVENIRS GIVEN who provides this need. could be converted into offices. The arrangement

.' provides for suites and individual offices -

AWAY AT AUCTION. The location of this building is Ideal for an to suit the needs of the tenant. A combination -

apartment building to attract those who wish of retail space on the first floor withto

be able to live without the constant use offices or apartment on the upper floor

of an automobile. Its convenience and acceswould make an attractive investment.





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Hosts At McClatnrochs Note Sue Hansell Tells Married Tuesday Miss Watts To -the- Kteslmmee Gazette, Kisstmmee}I )Fbu, Thurs, July 18, 1968 S .,

Rehearsal Dinner 50th Anniversary Wedding Plans Wed Jerry Rogers

i Mr. and Mrs. John Colombo Mr and Mrs. William Robert The final wedding plans for 1'-1:: : ; ,! \ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Watts of ;

were hosts on Monday even- Mcdamroch who have spent the Sue Lee Hansen and David Lee t :\ : Sanford announce the engagement t GAZETTE
have been made with 'id'
ng; at a buffet dinner, following last eleven winters in Rogers' } :1uJ1 and approaching marriageof I
the vows to be solemnized In the I1 .... .
the rehearsal for the wed Apartments here, and are mem- First Baptist Church of Kissim- :: their daughter, Mary Ruth to A J. H. Perry . .

ing of their son, Christopher bers of the KAST Club, celebrated Jerry Lee Rogers, .son of Mr.
Elliott mee Friday night at 7:30. The \ .
Miss Billle Kay : Offices .
o() their 50th wedding anniver- and Mrs. Albert Rogers of KIss- : 2426 Stewart Are.
Reverend Dewey Mann of New, :. "
of Tues-
hich was an event .
morning. Arrangements sary July 7th with an open Smyrna Beach will officiate. t!...., ,,...- immee. /rteN Telephone 847-2S81 !
ay flowers were used house at their country home The reception will be "held in ," .w' The wedding will be held Sat-

"hroughout summer the party rooms. near Crawfordsville, Indiana. I the annex of the church immediately '.I t < :,." urday, July 20th, at 6 p.m. at I Entered as Second' .ClaN laM Matter 'I
Guests numbering over 250 after the ceremony. : .. the First Baptist Church of San- In the Post Offtee .t, KUlmme. F'le ;
The guest list included in '
were greeted by Mr. and Mrs. I i' l ford with Rev. Fred B. Chance I
,ddition to the bride and An friends and relatives of the ; : 1 .
room-elect, Mr. and Mrs. McClamroch. They were recip- couple are invited.Brideelect f ; officiating.Miss Published Thursdays. at Kissimme. Florida ;
ucian Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. ients of many cards, flowers! f .: 'il' ,-' I Watts is a member of the I I

ohn W. Wynn, Mr. and Mrs. ,and other gifts. Feted faculty of the Mary Bryan LEO SCHUMAKER '
Donald Moneyhan, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. McClamroch are N1f4s i : : 1' School coming to Kissimmee Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION ;t
At Linen ShowerIn
irs R. Elmo Griffin, Mr. the parents of Mrs. Esther Jane .; three years ago from Tennessee. \
/' Alabama Pollom of Kissimmee and Wil- honor of the bride-to-be, Sue :1" Mr Rogers was graduated RATES =
Jon Cargill, Troy, ;
Bill Dunn, Montgomery, Ala- liam W. McClamroch of Craw- Hansell, a linen shower'was from Osceola High School and Six months. $%.50; one rear $4.00; two year, S7."
given by Misses Linda Wehner, :
Richard Melvin, fordsville and have six grand' .t. Florida Southern College. I
""ama,Alabama.In children. Cathy Harris, Dawn Patton and : f Your local merchant keeps Benjamin Franklin wets the

i roy, er's Beverly home Haydon In Miss Wehn- .I .'t'f'I '.- Record Hop To I the economic wheels of your I I first American editor' to introduce

a study conducted by North- CARD OF THANKSI I community turning throughoutthe II woodcut illustrations in the I
estern University, 92% of A white linen cloth on the refreshment ; 1 Be Held SaturdayA i year. See his advertising in I advertising columns of a newspaper -
wish to thank my friendsfor table was accented by 3, .
ousevvives interviewed said thatr the many cards and gifts I pink napkins and white paper 1 r a ii r record hop will be held Saturday this: newspaper. I .

<. they had a choice of newspap- sent me to brighten my days at bells. This carried out the pink night at the youth center,.
ns with or without advertising, the hospital. and white theme'which was usedin according to Jim Purcell, direc- PIANOS REBUILT
icy would prefer newspaperswith BRENDA KAY BAILEY [ the decoration of the party tor.
i advertising. rooms. AND REFINISHED


II Repair and Tuning
Mrs. John Christopher Colombo FREEZETTE

I I I: ColomboElliottVows I DRIVE-IN Ii I Dial 847-3063

I II II I I I Are RecitedThe

I Church of the Holy Re-I accessories were in crystal.
deemer was the scene for The bride's book was kept by
i wedding of Miss Billie Kay Miss Ruth Sussenberger. T
I Elliott and John Christopher Assisting with the hospitalities -
HUNT BROS. CASH RAISING I Colombo, on Tuesday morn were the bride's aunt, r; SAVE .
I ing, July 16th, at ten o'clock. Mrs. Richard Curry, Mrs. Ash _
The wedding rites were read I' Tanner, Mrs. Jack Booker, It
SALE THROUGH MONDAY by the Reverend Father John Mrs. Bruce Elliott and Miss WHERE YOUR

Aughney before an altar Karen Elliott, sister of the EARNS
framed with cathedral bask bride. MONEY
AI needs some extra cash so he can take a vacation: I ets of white gladioli and When the young couple left ;
Save 50% Helena mums. A program of wedding on a wedding trip to St. Augustine li
up to Rubinstein Once A Year Sale Buy one, get I
music was given by Mrs. Cecil 'I and the east coast the
Beauty Bonus FREE. 8Oc Qulnsanna Powder 63c . '114.50 Polaroid J-66 Tyner, organist.The new Mrs. Colombo wore a

Complete kits, 6 to be sold . 1 -Used VIewlex 35mm Projector, good, I bride is the daughter i iI i frock of yellow printed silk, 4Y4 %
of Mr. and Mrs Lucian Wall j made with a shadow flared
'35.00. . 1-Demo. 35mm like . I I
Ai i Sawyers Projector, new 45.00 1- Elliott and the groom's par- .'skirt A wide-brimmed white

Demo. Kodak Showtime Movie Projector '69.00 . '339.00 Revere 4- I ents are Mr. and Mrs. John hat and other accessories in
I I white outfit PER ANNUM
Track Stereo Recorder and Speaker '265.00 . 98c Halo Hair Spray 53c Colombo.The I completed
bride, who was escortedto with a white orchid corsage. DIVIDEND
. 69c Colgate Flourlde toothpaste 53c ... Hungrex day supply '2.98 the altar by her father I After a short vacation of their

lose weight or your money back. . '5.98 Bexel MP Vitamins, Half price, wore a street length gown of respective parents, Mr and
white brocade, made along I Mrs. Colombo will be at home [COMPOUNDED AND
250 for '3.95 . '1.25 Revlon Sun Bath, Tan Fast, 95c . '1.00 Pecan simple princess lines. Her I in Troy, Alabama, at the Stu- PAYABLE QUARTERLY]

Divinity 69c . 79c Pts. Nujal 59c . Only one *189'.00 Polaroid 850, I shoulder length veil of silk dent Apartments, Magnolia

Complete kit '143.10 . Two only Scholl's Double foot massagers '16.50 ,I illusion was held in place by Drive. Mr. Colombo will assume -
a coronet of pearls and orange I his duties teaching in
value, '9.97 . One time a year Intimate Spray Mist '2.00 . '43.30 blossoms. She carried a prayer i the school system of Enterprise -

; Brownie Movie Kit, Film, Floodlights, '28.88 . Save '1.00 Max Factor book topped with a white I I Alabama and Mrs. Colombo -
orchid. will resume her studiesat ..... ..
Dry Skin. Cream '1.50 . Save '1.50 Max Factor Liquid Cleanser '1.50 I Mrs. Ronald Moneyhan Troy State College. --

I served as matron of honor.
She wore a blush pink cotton Shower Honors
frock, made with a full skirt.

." ......, ." .to" ::,, ., .;, <. . .f..ii'. .. Her hat and shoes were a j i BrideElectMiss

...."'.t a'L.' .. .. .....L.. Ci 't- matching pink. Her flowers .
were a nosegay.-of'pink carna Sue tie; Hansell, bride- '
' ,
.' . _4.-0 : oi .,
,. ; ;; .f.y.r q. &r\ : tions.
\ elect of David Lee Castlewitz, :
Mr. Colombo acted as best was entertained with a miscel- T

."' '... .'(. man for his son. Ushers, were. laneous shower Tuesday night at FIRST FEDERAL
Bill Dunn, Montgomery, Ala the home of Mrs. John Spencer

and bama.Don Cargill Troy, Ala. with hostess.Mrs. C. W. Patrick, as co- Savings and Loan-Association ofOSCEOLA COUNTY .

Mrs. Elliott chose a summer 'I "- KISSIMMEEI_ ST. CLOUD
I' The table was covered with a
dress In sunset pink cot .'
white linen doth overlaid with
a I'I ton. Her small, tailored hat
I lavender tulle caught up with
I was in white and she wore an '
orchid corsage. Mrs. John white and lavender pompoms. l '. MEMBEK FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATIONs
The guests were Mmes. Paul
W Wynn, the bride's mater-
Shamblin, Bessie Mae Akins,
TIlE DEFENlAIlIS fIMI lIKE! print nal grandmother dress in tones, of wore muted a Lester Stephens. Marion Smith,

William Ash Al-
Taylor Tanner
blue. She also wore an orchid
fred PoeDien, William Downey,
Mrs. Colombo's dress was of Pete Mathis T. D. Smith, Lester
embroidered eyelet in Dior Privett John Hansell, Charlie .
blue. Her hat of organdy pet- Prevatt Aubury Winfrey Phillip
als was in a matching blue Patrick, Paul Hansell, L. W. Elliott -

and she wore an orchid cor- Dale Spencer, Byron Han-
sage. sell and Misses Karen Hansell

Immediately following the and Rosilyn Mathis.

N ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott -
entertained the wedding Legion Auxiliary I / rpe
party and guests at a reception I II
r X.i at their home on Patricia To Meet TodayThe

Circle In Renee Terrace. The
executive committee and
1 ::? bride's table was overlaid
members of the American Leg-
with a pink linen cloth, em-
i : ion Auxiliary will meet at the
broidered in silver and was Legion Home Thursday, July 1 t a

centered with a tiered wed 18th, at noon.
ding cake. Punch was served I Each one is to bring a sandwich I

IF YOU'D LIKE TO DRIVE A GREAT BARGAIN from a silver bowl and other ,: Coffee will be served. I

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NORMAL or SLOW SPEED for normal
load or cUHcat fabrics. Wash speed
election controls spin sped.

combine with speed selection to launder -
any fabric. Spin, rinse and final
spin controlled by cycl. selection.

goDEL FIITER, .Fl0 SYSTEM cleans, rocleans
wash wat.r, HminaHng lint sand, .
The car shown above is a '63 Dodge Polara hardtop, a beautiful soap scum.

bargain if there ever was one-a good reason why Dodge sales are THE LOW PR1CJCHRY9LEP IN FLORIDA COMPARE NEW BIG 12-U. CAPACITY takes large fan*-
up 65.5%so far this model year. For one thing, the Polara is priced GENERAL lly was In stride.

with Ford and Chevy. For another, ifs backed by a five-year/ BEER IS A NATURALFrom ELECTRIC __ .

50,000-mile< warranty And to seal I the bargain, Dodge Dealers are III CLOTHESLOADS
: giving the best deals in their history. So be our guest and come 1983 0 DB GE WITH s ui ist..tss.. 11 us..
drive this bargain.The'63 Dodge.At your Dodge Dealers now. . I f nature's light grain comes sparkling, light beer. OTHER -:: .::::. talcs.
Florida's traditional beverage of moderation . it's light, MODELS ..eI4, Itu-,,,. _..... $19995
Your Dodo Dttbrt Wvmrty slat*****to MtaW u4 vwtausty M MS3 cm ku
Mss mptxted to.toetod*,..-ta mliMt tt nptti wttfco ctorp lor r.q if.d Mrt K l.bof s parkling.delicious
for fin years or so.oao'wtidIeoIur rasa first;..OM. VM Mock,fend. nd literal
puts;tramaissiM CM and Mtarul pots(ocMuf MOM!cMck);torqw comrtar.tfriv. DODGiI DtYlSiEIN 0 p And naturally, the Brewing Industry in Florida is proud of LIMITED TIME ONLY !
.MIMIM!W ti(nctotaf dot CDIWI).".silt a4 dMtarMfeal sad raw vW wvI.dac. '
provided tiM vtlueto Ms....Mnrfcad: ct ruaoubto. laterals sccerdUH: < to tM. Drift the more than$27,820,935 it contributes In taxes to the state
CertiW Car CaR$dbuisa of Florida each year. . money that helps support our

I schools our hospitals and our loads In Florida, beer be-
t RIEDEL MOTORS t longs...enjoy it.



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The Klaslmmee Gazette, KIsslmmee, FUu, Thon, July IS, UGS,ed in normal sewage disposal
plant or septic tank operation. VF Hawaiian .j: t j. ::--l: jCookout
The suds problem has be-
come such a pollution men-
THIS ace that a bill in Congress il Grade "A" Quick Frozen II
proposes banning the sale and
FARM: use of detergents that cause

FRONT them.wants The time chemical to get the industry new & Hens
J Baking
y "soft" products on the market % DSALE
and solve the problem itself. I
II BY DOYLE CONNER The leading manufacturershope
-COMMISSIONERUELORIDA to make new .regulatory i
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREWater legislation unnecessary Quantity Rights Reserved .
From Germany comes wordof Prices Good Thru July 20th
11 pollution has become'one of the "new, improved aqui i I a new, low-foaming deter I WINM-DIXIB.STORE...INC.COPYKiaHT . .
of the most important cleaners which closed with. a gents made from a sugar base ; 7 .6.4(1 _ _
problems troubling our state cheerful voice stating . that are 100 per cent biode- Op STOWS ( ( ) II R
1 and national officials who are and it keeps sudsing and suds- graduable. The claim' made I
concerned with conservation ing and sudsing and sudsing". the new product has detergent SUNRISE SHOPPING CENTER Iy I I......
of natural resources. until it faded out. action comparable to the I
Among the most recent I could imagine how that "hard" type, now Germany's
y headaches that have developed would make water pollution biggest seller, which will be { LB. IT i
in regard to water is the I control officials shudder, because banned there after October 1, t
I it's suds, or foam, that 1964.
failure of sewage disposal facilities -; I I Ir'
to handle adequately! are causing much of their fRESH BOSTON BUTTS i
the modern detergents that trouble today. There's another possibility I
shave largely replaced old- Suds may be wonderful for for solving the detergent I Pork Roast LB. 39% i iJ
fashioned soap.I washing dishes and clothes suds problem however Che- '
but they keep on developinglong murgic Digest reports a California -
recall hearing, not long
ago, a TV commercial for one after the wash water is chemical company is b. )
flushed down the drain. developing loam "recycle" 4$ 'ST. J (29; r
You've probably been reading -I process which give bacteriain ,, 1 Cup
CARD OF THANKSWe I of places where drawing i a sewage disposal plant .
wish to extend our heart ,,! a glass of water from the kit, more time to degrade the al- '
felt thanks to our friends who chen tap is like drawing a kylates from synthetic deter Fresh Tender Young IT ::
f were so kind to us during the stein of beer in a bar. It hasa gents. Small Hickory Smoked n
illness and death of our Mother, I "head" of foam on it be- "Contrary to widespread belief POLE / t
especially the staff and nursesat cause some detergent has penetrated ," says the report, "the al-
the Kissimmee Hospital for ..I to the drinking water kyl-benzene sulfonate now us
their careful attention and loving source and as the TV com ed in detergents is completely HAMSWhole .
care. 'I mercial said it just kept on biodegradable IF the bac-
I THE BOWEN FAMILY "sudsing and sudsing and sudsingt teria can work on it long x.y
ad infinitum. enough.
I -
Latest reports indicate the While on the subject of wa-
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breaking their necks to about a Texas farmer in a .2 29 h
develop "soft" detergents that semi-arid region who has wona Hal Lbs. ,
will be completely "biode suit claiming an income tax
DRIVE-IN gradable" in other wordsthey'll depletion allowance for the .
be destroyed or digest- deep-well water he uses to Irrigate I FRESH SOUTH CAROLINA FREESTONE

Miners his crops.and oilmen get that B Peaches 4LBs.496 11

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WORK-SAVING STARCH that a mineral they get
n out of the ground is a wasting
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about widespread changes in Pkp Detergent GIANT BOX 391
the economic and political
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" and children have left for The Klssimme Gazette, Klssimmee, FUu, Thnra* July M, H6I I

:: 'I Denver plan to, make Colorado their where home.they Army Engineers I LEGAL THE COURT NOTICE OF THE -t tIN I I[LEGAL NOTICE

Eddie from Clemons a business has trip returned to- To Call For BidsThe I OSCEOLA NOTICE COUNT TO CREDITORSIN RmA I 1h5O/c11m- f r I I Notice is herefey NOTHH5I gtvw that the

Detroit Board of County ComtartoMn of
RE THE ESTATE OF Osceola FlorMa.
thatauiq County will meetat
The Burt Burtons of Alexandria U. S. Army Corps of En- which win be of the same typeas FRANK Deceased.To VINE.. i 10 00 A M Monday. Aufittt :Sth.

r Louisiana are visitingher ginnerr will open bids in August the 250-ton cranes will havean all Creditors. Legatees Distrib and 1963. equalizing for the purpose; the valuation of reviewing as

parents Mr. and Mrs. Ar- and September for construction auxiliary hoist of 25 tons for utees and all Persons having fixed by the Assessor of Tarn ofOsceola
He Stinebaugh.Mrs. of two concrete block buildings lifting smaller loads. Main hook Estate Claims: or Demands -against said County. Florida oa both
By BETTY EBY William C. Dow left and installation of three gigantic You and each of you are hereby and Personal Property within
lift will be 166 feet. Though the 2 S the said County lot the year A. D.
..j i this week to spend the sum- bridge cranes, in connection with bridge span will be only 89 feet any notified claims and which required you. or to either present of ? 1 X'3 with 1963. the This provision Notice .la of in Section eoranttance 198.25

i mer at Thompsonville Conn. NAS's space exploration program t the runway will be 670 feet long. you. may have against the estateof "Motorists are big helps in and Section 200.19 Florida Statute
deceased late of I
Mr. and Decker Board
MrsJerry of County
at Merritt Island. One of
!t the larger cranes is Osceola County. Florida to the the fitness programs. They Commissioners
and Pam, who have been visiting Cot G. A. FSnley Canaveral County Judge of said County at
expected to be ready for by /sHarris G Daniel
$ use
,Mrs. Jeff D. Miller and Gonigal, Evelyn Haen Bar; Mrs. Decker's parents, District said bids will his office In the Court House at keep pedestrians in good run Chairman of saM Board
Engineer not later than 1964 the
Aug., KIssimmee. Florida within six calendar "
small son Jeffry have gone to bara Ann Sharpe, Bea Scalli Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Matz, left be opened Sept 10 for two 250- other by Nov., 1964 and the months from the date of the ning condition. July 18 25. 1983
Evanston, Illinois to visit her Miriam Miller. Best wishes to Sunday for a visit with friendsin first publication of this Notice.
ton and one 175-ton bridge crane smaller crane by May 1964. demand
Each claim or must be In
the Leo M.
sister and family, each of YOU.Raymond Clearwater and Miami before estimated to cost $2 million. Because of the national writing and must state the placeof
Nerenbergs. returning to their homeat residence of the claimant and
r and Billy Jean
They will be installed in the 524- cy nature of the project and to the
Those celebrating their Va. must be sworn by claimanthis
Yates and son Rick are spend- Arlington, foot tall Vertical Assembly Build- agent or attorney or the same
birthdays this week are Ruth ing a couple of weeks in the Oscar Stein is reported tobe on related work will become void according to law.
I Peterson, Bruce Johnston mountains of North Carolina. doing very well after undergoing ing to be constructed at Launch only prequalified bidders will be This the 12th day of, July. 1963.s TI RE SALETRADE
will be used )
Complex 39 and I permitted to bid on this job.
Beulah Hunt, Darrow Getty Last week they visited the further surgery at Executor of the Estate of
Delores Broyles, Raymond Ralph Yates at their summer the Orange Memorial Hospital hoisting operations to assem- Contracts are expected to be FRANK VINE. deceased.

Franklin, Sam Story, O. P. home at Murphy, N.C. and this week. ble vertically the Saturn V awarded soon on the foundation THACKER BOX 527.AND Kissimmee.THACKERPO Fla.

Johnson Jr., R. E. Dic erhoff, this week are staying at Lees Miss Margaret Rosenheimof moon probe rocket, which will pilings and the structural steel Attorneys for Executor

Sadie Brown, Jimmy Gallo- in Highland.Also Gulfport, Florida and Miss then be moved, still in vertical for the Vertical Assembly Build July 18, 25, August 1. 8. 1963 I, TIRES NOW!

way, Jean Kibler. Carolyn vacationing at Lees are Anna McGonagle of Bluefield, position on a crawlerway, to its' ing.

Tate, Virginia Blevins, Henry the Frank Kelleys and the W. Va.. visited Mr. and Mrs.J. launchpad'several miles away. Col. FInley also announced d Q A POOR TIRE COULD CAUSEA

Simmons, Hazel Callahan, Duncan McFarlands. It must G. Matz last week. The 250-ton cranes will operate'I that bids will be opened Aug. 1 SERIOUS AUTO ACCIDENT.FOR .

Frank Kelley, H. Cameron seem like old home week Mr. and Mrs. William G. from near the top of the VAB for a 292-by-10-foot one-story

Love, Alma Hetherington, around there. Hack of San Francisco, California and will have a lift height of I building for storing communications -

Fanny Anderson, Nancy Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Williams have been guests in 462 feet from floor level, or approximately cables, and a two-story ,: yr A 25% DISCOUNT OR MORE

Whaley, Miles Sharp, W. W. have returned from a month's Kissimmee for ten days visiting the height of a 35- central telemetry building together i

Parker, Ronnie Story Wade vacation which took them ona at the home of Mrs. story building. The span of the I estimated to cost $2.25 ON ATLAS TIRES

Hugh Story, Barbara Child- Williams tour of the Wes- Black's parents Rev. and Mrs.D. bridge cranes will oe 146 feet million. .

ers, Bert Frazer, Jimmy Me- tern States conducted by their L. Van Etten. long and the length of the run I The first floor of the telemetry Clifford Aldersgate L Barton Development and wife.Corp.Kls to i

daughter Anne. ways on which the cranes will j I building which will house simmee. 52,300.Peninsula I SEE THE AMERICAN OIL CO. DEALER

Ruby Simmons and her sister City Supports operate will be 431 feet. The equipment for monitoring the National Bank of Ced-
I arhurst to Philip N. '
SHRIMPIn Sarah Jones are visiting cranes will be operated from Brownstein
flight of space vehicles from the Washington D.C.. no stamps. I
A Basket their mother, Mrs. Jack Fletcher Marina ProgramThe air-conditioned control cabs Merritt Island launch area, will Elaine Ralph J.L Adams Cooper St. and wife to' J. J. ANDERSON Cor. Bryan and Bermuda, Kissimmee.

at Ocilla, Georgia and located below the bridges and be 120 125 feet. The Isabelle Fry Cloud. $1.500 I I
feet by Hopkins to
planning advisory board RIEDEl MOTORS Cor. Orlando Ave.i Emmett
FREEZETTEDRIVEIN also attending a family re- from bridges and from remote H. Reagan and wife, s Cloud, : Kissimme.L. .
second floor will 120
I here has voted its support to a measure by $2.500. i
i proposal for construction of control consoles stationed at various 82 feet. All work under the con- Lena Bradshaw to Clifford E.GSrgeFl I H. TOMLINSON: Cor. Broadway & Dakin, Kissimmet
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bordelon a levels within the VAB. Lowe and wife, St. Cloud, minimum -
and son Eddie spent last jetty and marina in Lake Topekaliga. The 175-ton bridge crane, tract is to be completed within stamps. I:i M. A. SMITH: 925 N. Main at Shopping Center "

week at the Sea Dunes at Mel- 281 calendar days. Clarke? R_ Ferguson Cl8 White...and.. I I
ATHLETE'S FOOT bourne Beach. Appearing before the board at I ,Cloud, $5i5db. ; ""* wife* :I i1
HOW TO TREAT IT- Werner Schoeberlein
Fiesta Treats and wife
Mr. and Mrs. James Me- a recent meeting was Paul Jerome R.
Appl it take Invtant-drylnc hold to rhrck T-4-L.itching Tonfrrl I Leod are vacationing ,this Riggs, chairman of the Osceola St.Werner Cloud. $28,000. I I

burning, in minntet. Then In S t* week on the West coast. Mc- County recreation committee. He r E. J. Post Schoeberleln and and wife to
3 day., ., watch infrctrd skin longh Leod plans to get in plentyof proposed docking facilities in the $7.900. wife St. Cloud. I
off Watch healthy akin replace it.
If not pleased IN ONE HOUR. fishing while off from his area between the Yacht dub Robert Thomas D. Wickham Evans and and wife to

sour\ -IRe at all back drug at atorr any dm!it store.(111' duties at McCrory's.The and the pier to the southeast as simmee. $10.000.Orange wife. Kis- BIG COOL
Joe Lombardys spent Gardens Inc. to George
well as a breakwater to protectthe A. Does and wife. KissImmee
IN JUST 15 MINUTESIF I several days vacationing at area.' f .Q $2.800.
the Sea Dunes at Melbourne e Bruce Riddle and wife to Neal
YOU HAVE TO In a four-point motion the x J. Hardy. Washington. D. C.
SCRATCH YOUR ITCH board decided: $17.400.
Mrs. Clara Worth of Chula Kenneth E. Barrett and wife to SMALL COST
Your 4Be back at any drug store Vista California is visitingher To endorse the idea of the Billy Du Pree and wife. Klssim
qnick-drying ITCH-ME-NOT deadens breakwater and docking facili- mee. $20.000.
the Itch and burning. Antiseptic I niece and nephew, Mr. I Robert I. Lawther and wife to
action kills !rums to speed healing. and Mrs. Sam B. Story. ties.To Hattie Mae Stone. St. Cloud
Insrct" bites, foot
Fine for eczema secure technical assist $8,500.
itch, other surface raVien.:' NOW at Mrs. Bertha Westbrook is Anthony J. Montague to Petro-
Hunt Bros. ance to determine the design of Prop Corp.. Palm
recuperating at her home on Beach $10.000.
the breakwater.To aa Eddie Brown and wife to Ernest 1'1'1t.jttIllIMtllllllll1lllllllllllliflulllllllIF 8i500 DIV
Poinsettia Lane after under- h Brown and wife, love and affection. \ U \
If you are one of those going surgery at the Orange submit to the city com- Orange Gardens Inc. to Roscoe
Mho have helplessly watchedPSORIASIS Memorial Hospital in Orlan mission a set of rules and re- W. Baker and wife. $3.000. -_
Lawrence R. Gustin and wife to COOLIIGi I
.. "-
do. gulations for the operation of Agnes Vonderake. minimum .

Peanut Whidden is back on the docking facility.To fv v 0.( stamps. = .. .

I the job at Ingrams this week recognize the contributionof R. Agnes Gustin Vonderake-and wife to Lawrence minimum I ==- .. i: CAPACITY

come b'ack and back and.back after a two weeks vacation boating to the economy and irk< .' stamps. I
Roland W. Westover and wife to\l'f what mane t\tlor\ now spent at Ft. Pierce and West well-being of the city and to -.\,\.. ',", Harry Lee Aker and wife. Kissim- = -;;;t'1 Mo4lRL
about an tfMii.IVc flew" for- Palm Beach where she visit- point out that it justifies the .' mee. $18.000. "
report :!;;,"';-;.::.....__.- ;, Earl C. Pierpont and wife to 406 199"
ti, utt 1t- 1t. in race .ifttr case, has ed her parents and her sis city's spending funds to developit. E. ,
Make a fiesta of guest or family luncheons and suppers with a Shepherd and wife and
\r.t| it ran help. C hL' k lie ugly
Inu| Nora R. Reardon. St. Cloud. $12.000.
inarrn of |l.-.ori3 ,i" "valrs Mfiosou -*. ter.Mr. tray of Fiesta Treats-perky little muffins colorful and tasty with Elizabeth Thorne to Ralph L.
> skin relieve red 1.lnlhc-! and Mrs. Myron K. corn, green pepper and pimiento. Cooper and wife. St. Cloud. $3.500. GENERAL fj ELECTRIC
into'c ilihinjr (Ircft'-(.h...-. Rtnm- Doyle left this week for a vacation Spoon Fiesta Treats onto a baking sheet, like drop biscuits, for!I Lena Bradshaw and Elnora Law
fr,=c SKA\ I.OS .promolrs healing touring the New Eng Real Estate : easy baking. The muffins are crisp outside and have characteristic son and and husband wife. to Alliance.Ernest E. Ohio.Ashley '
leaver skin feeling and l looking land States. They plan to muffin moistness and tenderness inside. $9.000.
j>Ic"'antjB I.'nc.r A ml meal Alice M. Bergman and Helen C Tkz&
make WJckfield, Massachusetts Each tender muffin helps round out your nutritionally because .
SKA'Y1.U4-nwe-a1'*it "lnOOlher'l Van Pelt Executrices of estate 'of.
Transactions thenTfrom Enriched
made enrieheiiself-nisingflour.: ,
m otonomi'.M lotion their headquarters while you've Elizabeth Pullen. to Earl j j
cream rom in h\ Tfitib' 198. touring.Bill elf-rising flour stirred into Fiesta Treats and used in all your Schmidt and wife. H.//
Kitty Christine Lowery to Osce baking is an economical source of three essential B-vitaInins--1 $6.000. I
and Katie Sippel will ola . James A. Updegraff and wife to ': ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
FREE REPORT food iron and calciumFIESTA
::: niacin and
UVlY'vJ: thiamine, riboflavin-plus
I .
fly to New York this weekendto Paul and wife to Or- Martha Thompson Kearney N. J. j i
Free copy of f'\t"l McdKit t Facto ange Gardens Inc.. minimum TREATS $300. 'I
About )1'+ur .r.",' at >'ooi driiRKist's attend the AVA conven- stamps. I Lulu Gehrett to John D. Geh- /
now or "n'c' : :o: Lcc I'olbcrt Ca: tion.Mr. Helwig H. L. Schmoock and wife' 2 cups sifted enriched self- 2 tablespoons dropped rett. as trustee, love and affection I 6 TWO-SPEED COOLING . LOW for quiet *&*
Nolan Harris and wife. Melbourne Folster Davidson and wife to
to Ray
Inc.201 -.rd A\c. Lie C. N Y and Mrs. Hubert Tracai $10.500. I rising flour pimiento Barney Veal and wife. Kissimmee comfort or HIGH for maximum cooling..
Emerald B. Dixon to Geneva 1 cup drained cooked whole1 egg beaten $9.500. |
Brown. St. Cloud.wnlnlmum stamps.i kernel corn (8-ounce can) ito fj cup milk Roan A. Laner! and wife to Earl i O AUTOMATIC THERMOSTAT . malnratM
Geneva Brown to Emerald B. % melted shorteningor H. Schmidt and wife. Klssimmee. 'jast-right Choose from ten setting
Dixon and Dorothy C. Morden. St. fA cup chopped green pepper cup minimum stamps. I temperature.
Cloud minimum stamps. oil Leona V. FInney to Roy E. ;I O WASHABLE AIR FILTER . saves timt end
Harriet R. wife, St. Cloud. $6.000 '
r to Meader and
Elizabeth Boyle
r Stone. Hlgganum. Conn., minimum Sift flour into bowl. Stir in corn, green pepper and pimiento Luther G. Davis and wife to L money. It washes right In the sink.
stamps. ombine egg, % cup milk and shortening or oil. Add to flour, R. Zleman. St. Cloud. $7.000.
AIR allows
Myrtle C Selford and husbandto stirring just until dry ingredients are moistened. If necessary ad Frances Marie Eassey to Marie I . stro9Mdischarge
Harry J. Altemus and wife. Kls Sady Atohl. Ft. Lauderdale. I for maximum penetration or on upwofd
simmee, $1,000. all or part of remaining milk to make dough of drop consistency Louis Adams and wife to ear) V. .
Carl F. McMahan and wife to Drop by tablespoonfuls onto greased baking sheet. Bake in ho Brown. St. Cloud. 3000. .RQIe to 45>dearei.
John S. Reed and wife. St. Cloud. oven (425 F.) 20 to 25 minutes. William Marlon Campbell to Ruby
1 $12.000. McCullers. Yeehaw Junction 2000. ,
L B. Will and wife to W. B. Makes about 1 dozen muffins. Rebecca Lavls to Wilmor John-
Makinson and wife. Kissimmee.' and son. Ellendale. S. C. love and af' PARKS FURNITURE COMPANY
Bankers Investment Corp. Harold C. Woodall and wife to I
500Delos G Owtett and wife to Harvey National 011 Corp.. to Canaveral N. Carl F. McMahan and wife. St. Edward B. Taft and wife to Holiday
M. Cooler and wife. Intercession Realty. Investments.. Tuckerton I Cloud. 1200. Development Corp.. Miami KISSIfAMEE ST. CLOUD
J. $37.000.Bronsons
$3$00.Joseph I Helwig Schmook and wife to
I City 512.500.David
k r ? A. Goodrich and wife to Inc. to Clarence$135.000.H. Ken- Wayne A. Lake and wife. St. L. Kuhn to Aubrey Eugene 847-4171 892-2011
neke. Orange County.
W. Smith and wife N. Cloud. $12,400. .
Edward Thompson Jr. Klssimmee. $400.
Plainfield. N. J.. $2.800. Leighton T. Hall as trustee. to John W. Newton and wife to Van ,
wife. St. Cloud.
Cecil W. Lee and
W. Commlngs and wife.
Edwin W Orth and wife to Bur e a n
Roy Whltmer and wife. Canton. 0.. 15000. Charleston.. Va. $600. .... ,.
and John
Henry Monroe Cathey G. Goodman and wife to f : ; 'A" -:' -- -:' .
Robert ? /< A : : -
$11.000. ;/ : ; -f. ': < :( :
trustees. -i
James W Barker and wife to Beverly Welford Cathey. Edward R. Rutledge and wife. Au- < ;. '
and wife. Clear- to Claude A. Ahrens and wife. burndale. $5.800. ;. ;i : <,
Cuss Wilder Jr. <
/ water. $3.500.William H.. Crum and wife to $1.250.R. A. Wesienberger to Henry Weaver Ida Lee and McKee wife. Montle$50.000.M A : W@!@@; "

GAIN MORE Cloud.Donald Osceola$53.000 P. County Stewart to and Three wife.Lakes St. $Huebscher 500.Edward Huebscher E.and Hayes wife.and and Luck.wife.wife I t I kins Charles Phillip Frey.N G.$1.000.Watkins Edith William Wat- 2 V (, k" "' f1,!

Ranch Inc.. $7.300. this Henry. $500 1 S. Hudson, St Cloud $8.800.( I. .. '.,. '..>',{;;; .....,. :.>-':,;.(.-'' .<#' 'w..:'jI.",".. ''.'L'7',,.... .,. ,',, ... ,.;: .::= > >,f
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ARTICLESFOR apartments with lake and shuf- REALTORAMA I II OSCEOLA COUNTY.AND FOR FLORIDA of as same administrator and for finale thedes discharge 1.444. . .

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; Socks lie; PIllow. 110; I c/o James Loughlin NOTICE"OF NAMES OF PERSON
Shirts ft; Pasts 91; Dresses 35 Squantum Street APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF Flowers For All Occasion'
"11.50; Rags Ue; Nylon lie; I DUPLEX WITH Worcester: MassachusettsYOU ABANDONED ROKRTY Science
lUnkit 5e: Parties lie; Belt I$52 MONTH-three bedroom CB ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Pursuant to Section 13 of Chapter
15e; Cape 15e; Spread $2.M; house almost new. Bargain. that an Amended Complaint for 717. Florida Statutes entitled "Flo ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST Society
Hair Net. 4e; T-Shlrts 39e; I Divorce has been filed against you. rida Disposition of Unclaimed Prop-
Nearly.Everybody Trades at Tile $6650 pay to mortgage. Eddie 118 FRUIT TREES f and you are required to serve a erty Act" notice Is hereby given Jat. \\*+. Ute .f Each
Bargain Bam. Come to Slbert Clemons. Tropical Park. 847- copy of your Answer or pleadingto that the persons listed below appear I.atl, t' p...
Mill Warehouse la Dveaport.Immediately. fI the Amended Complaint on the to be the owners of unclaimed JOe A. Kim<).l|>h
Follow the sign 2380. Plaintiffs attorney GEORGE L. personal or intangible property 2S ttOAOWAY M7-4J11 s...., ferric*** IIGREEN'S ....

BARGAIN BARN. I CLAPHAM. 60 North Court Street presumed abandoned. hu., klal . . . "SO s.a.
Open Week Day And Sunday TRAILER LOTS $10 down $8 I Post Office Box 2062. Orlando. Florida 203610001. Samuel Summerlln.
and file the original Answeror Kissimmee. Florida.
I month. ,Electric and good wa ATTRACTIVE EXCELLENT CONDITION pleading In the office of the Information concerning the LEARN BARBERING ,
FOR ter. Tropical Park on Route 441 Clerk of the Circuit Court on or amount or description of the Prop-
SALE: 10x46 traDer with lassie Year future la a I
I before the 29th day of July. 1963. erty and the name and address of FUEL
awning and patio. Air condi i in North Kissimmee. i iI PLEASANT HOME GOOD INVESTMENT If you fall to do so. a decree pro the holder may be obtained by any well-par'ae Day .* Night pr.Clatter te U.
confesso will be taken against persons possessing Interest in
tioned. AU electric. Mint I i you an VA.
green. PRICED TO SELL-Large trailer j 315'x252f for the relief demanded In the the property by addressing an In- Approved Sales and Service
847-4936. subdivision. 550 lots [ Complaint. quiry to Ray E. Green. State Comp- Orlando Barber College
park 1 FOR FAST SALE! DATED at Kissimmee. Osceola troller as Administrator. Abandoned 3399 8. Orange BUttom Tr.
FOR SALE: Fishing boat and 600 ft. highway frontage. Cen- I County. Florida this 20th day of Property Division. Capitol. Tells GA WI'76SAND rtKM 147-4172 147-4171
June 1963 hassee Florida. Be sure to men-
motor. Louis Smith, 217 N. I tral water system. Active loca i GLENN RAY tion account number, name and address KISS1MMH

Randolph Ave.KEROSENE . tion. Eddie Clemons Tropical\ . Clerk of the Circuit Court as published In this notice.
Park on Route 441 in North $15,50000FLORIDA 1 Osceola County. Florida Unless proof of ownership is pre ROCK for Co Delivery: Phone t
: (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) II sented to the holder by September MORTAR MIX
FUEL OIL PHIL- Kissimmee. I' By: /Marjorie R. Haye 28. 1963. the property will be delivered Harold WigcJ
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. I Deputy Clerk I to the Administrator. Thereafter STEEL & WIRE MESH R. A. Fletcher 847-4539

OSCEOLA OIL OO. 1120 FOR SALE: Three bedroom I June. 27 July 4. 11. 18. 1963 all further claims must be Kenneth aledaoe
directed to the Administrator.Ray 892-7693 (Si. Cloud]
NORTH MAIN ST. 847-3941. house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x NOTICE TO DEFEND I E. GreenAs
300. conditioned.. Priced tose1L" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF AdministratorJuly For Ca Service: Phone
Contact Betty Eby, 847-I AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCE I Robert ARe
2831 or 847-4266. OLA. STATE OF FLORIDA. IN TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 0 Emory Bronton 847-4570
FOR RENT CHANCERY. MARIE MILDRED "You are hereby notified thatF leo Cirourd 847-2061
JAMES. Plaintiff. VS. EDWARD I'o rid a Community Developers
_t IJ FOR SALE: Five lots No. 2G21i i NOTICE Corp .Intends to apply to the Boardof R. H. Hot! 892.1212 St. Cloud

22-23-24 in Block A, Carolina i Kissimmee County Commissioners of Osceola or call H. T. Simmons, Mgr.
2 Broadway Florida to EDWARD PORTER County to vacate the plat of Cen- 847-4819
FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnished Terrace on old Dixie Highway I 847-3156 847-3157 JAMES. Address Unknown. You are tral Acres Section Two. accordingto KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX

house. Extra nice. $49.50 between Kissimmee and Or- I hereby notified that a suit in equity the plat thereof recorded In Plat I Robert O'ftorrr 8 73219R.
for divorce has been brought Book 1 Section 2 at page 437 of W. Lasiiler 847-3442
month. Adults. One child. Ed- lando. against you by MARIE MILDRED I the Public Records of Osceola
die Clemons, Tropical Park. notified and required to present! JAMES in the Circuit Court of the County, said application for vaca- Phone: 47- John Evans, St. cloud 892-3482
847-2380. Extra Large choice home sites, any claims which you or either of j rlnthJudicial Circuit in and For tion of plat to take place as soonas 3.L ;
trailer business lots. High LOST AND you. may have against the estate( County of Osceola. State of Florida possible In accordance with the +
or 'I''I'I of HELON, NAOMI WOOD de-i i and you are hereby summoned laws of the State of
FOR RENT: Furnished three end Dry. Electricity and good FOUND ceased late of Osceola County Florida -! ordered and required to file July Florida 1963 SAUS SERVICE

bedroom house. dose in. Phone water. $10 down, $8 month.I I to the County Judge of said i your written answer or defenses to Radio and
County at his office in the Court the Complaint filed herein againstyou NOTICE TO BIDDERSNOTICE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
8473212. Why pay more? Save high rent. House at Kissimmee. Florida withIn In the above entitled cause, In IS HEREBY GIVEN to
TROPICAL PARK on Route!I I REWARD-for Jamaica men'sshorts six calendar months from the I the office of the Clerk of the CIr- all Interested bidders that the COMPUTE KOMI FUtNBHtNCS
FOR RENT Two houses, 2 bed- 1, lost at Tropical Pool date of the first publication of this cuit Court In and for Osceola Board of County Commissioners of T
441 in North Kissimmee.FOR Notice. Each claim or demand must County. Florida, at his office In Osceola County. Florida. will receive -
rooms each, screened porches, Thursday. Have sentimental be In writing and must state the I! the Court House in Kissimmee. sealed bids until 10:00: A.M.. PARKS FURNITURE CO.
nice shade. Reasonable rates. SALE Building lots in] value. 847-2196 or Pool 8473125. place of residence of the claimant! Florida on or before the fourth July 29, 1963. for one 1963 compact
and must be sworn to by the claimant -; day of August. A.D., 1963. and to station wagon to be used by the
,No pets. 1%-m1les south of I I i Johnson Park replat with all of de-
his agent or attorney, or the; serve a copy such answer or Osceola County Road Department
Post Office. Phone 847-3527 on t[ improvements. FHA approved.!I LEGAL NOTICES same will become void according fenses upon Thacker and Thacker.. Delivery is to be made at the Osceola -
to law. i Plaintiffs attorneys herein whose County Road Department Of-
847- 626. |I $1,500 each. 1-15 lots. See I I This the 25th day of June 1963. address is Box 527 Kissimmee Florida flee Kissimmee I Park Florida. NORRIS CLEANERS
Charles B. Gonyo, 1405 Em- IN THE COURT OF /./ H. T. WOODAdministrator on or before said date as required Specifications may be obtained
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom |I THE COUNTY JUDGE of the I by law. If you fall to do from Glenn Ray. Clerk. Board of
mett Street, Phone 8473949.WANTED OSCEOLA COUNTY. the Estate of i so a Decree Pro Confesso will be County Commissioners at his of-
trailers, by week or I]i I STATE OF FLORIDAIN Helon Naomi Wood. i entered against you for the relief fice In the Courthouse In Kissim- NORRIS CLEANERS WILL CLOSE FOR VACATION
month. Rainbow Mobile Homes I 1 I RE: ESTATE OF deceased. I demanded In the Complaint. mee. Florida.
CHARLES L. VAUGHAN. THACKER AND THACKERBox WITNESS my hand as Clerk of Immediately following the time 2nd.
Park Michigan i r deceased. 527. Kissimmee. Fla. I said Circuit Court of Osceola Coun- above shown. the proposals received
Ave. % mile off Vine Street. I i NOTICE OF FILING PETITIONFOR Attorneys for Administrator: ty Florida, and the Seal of said will be publicly opened and read.
: 1 1I FINAL DISCHARGE OF 4 Court at Kissimmee Osceola Coun- The County reserves the right to
Past July 11. 18. 28. 1963.
Bowling alley. I I
I ty Florida on the 1st day of July. reject any and all bids and to KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
I I NEED MONEY To outfit children TESTAMENTO ANNEXO NOTICE OF APPLICATION I A.D.. 1963. waive formalities _M
that I have filed final return 103 East Dakin
Aircondition-I my i I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN GLENN Clerk OF Telephone
apartments. 3 4 as Ancillary Administratrix cum I I Court
I your own neighborhood or THAT John B. Farmer the holder the Circuit OSCEOLA COUNTY.
ed. Morefield Building opposite : hours a day can mean an excellent -\ testamento annexo of the estate of of the following certificate has filed|i iI Osceola County. Florida FLORIDA
deceased that
..Also- Charles L. Vaughan. ; said I certificate for tax deed to! (SEAL) (SEAL)
postoffice. u r D I.h e d distribution a
income No 'experience I have filed
I7l fndlg! ; be Issued thereon. The certificate THACKER AND THACKER By HARRIS G. DANIEL
house, 606 Emmett.APARTMENTS and for for Plaintiff
j necessary. Write Avon Mana- number and year Issuance, the Attorneys Chairman
and that on August 12, 1963. I will P.O. Box 527. Kissimmee Fla. July 18. 25.: 1963
description of the property, and
FOR RENT $9. ger, P. 0.: Box 2427, Vero apply to the Honorable O P. Johnson the name In which U was assessed July 4. 11. 18. 25.: 1963
County Judge of Osceola ROTHROCKSEPTIC
$11, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul ,, Beach, Florida. County Florida for approval of 1' as follows: NOTICE TO CREDITORSIn NOTICE OF PROCEEDINGSFOR
Year' of
109 Issu-
i said final return and for an order the Court of the County Judge.: THE CLOSING OF ROAD
Davis, 114 Emmett Street. I BUY FROM THE of distribution and for dischargeas ance May 29. 1961. Description of Osceola County. Florida.IN TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Ancillary Administratrix cum Property: Orange Blossom Addn RE THE ESTATE OF YOU WILL TAKE NOTICE that
SHOP IN KISSIMMEE I, GAZETTE ADVERTISERS testamento annexo of the estate of Blk B Lot 4 A 4B Section 5/6, BERTHA M. WHALON, the Board of County Commissioners I
i Charles L. Vaughan. deceased. Township 26 SoVth. Range 29 East. Deceased.To of Osceola County. Florida TANK CO
July 6. 1963 Name In which. assessed; George B. all Creditors Legatees. Dis upon sworn petition of qualifiedland
sMARY Vaughan Adair. tributees, and all Persons having owners. will at 11:00: A.M. on
I Ancillary Administratrixas All of said property being In the Claims or Demands against said the 12th day of August A. D. 1963.or .
County of Osceola. State of Florida.
t a y't aforesaid Estate: as soon thereafter as the matter
Phillip R. Kelley Unless such certificate or certifi- You and each of you are hereby may be heard and considered. at Culvert Tile for Driveways
PO. Box 331Kissimmee cates shall be redeemed according notified and required to presentany its office In the Courthouse In KIs-
Florida to law the property described in claims which you or eitherof simmee. Florida determine whether Septic Tanks-a size for every need.
Attorney for Administratrix such certificate or certificates will you may have against the estate or not the County of Osceola will
July 11. 18, 25. August 1. 1963 be sold to the highest bidder at the of BERTHA M. WHALON, deceased. vacate abandon and discontinue. Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
Court House Door on the first Mon and and disclaim and
Florida. renounce
late of Osceola County. any

vw NEVER! i IN THE COUNTY COURT JUDGE OF THE day which in Is the.the month 5th of day August.of August.1963. to,the at his County office Judge In the of Court said Houseat County -I I Osceola.all right a and political title of subdivision the County of of

1963.Dated Kissimmee. Florida within six the State of Florida and the PUb-
Your gas water heateris ; IN OSCEOLA RE THE COUNTY ESTATE OF FLORIDA) this 4th day of July. 1963. calendar months from the date of lic. In and to the street road 15 Years Experience
a lasting Investment HELON NAOMI WOOD ) Clerk of Circuit Court. the first publication of this Notice. and/or alley shown and delineatedon K. C. ROTHROCK and
Deceased. ) Each claim or demand must be In the Plat of Lake Haven. Osce- owner operator
''f e . up to 10- NOTICE TO CREDITORS Osceola County. Florida. writing and must state the place of ola County. Florida as filed and
S / year warranty. Nothing ; To all creditors Legatees. Dis (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) residence of the claimant and must recorded in the office of the Clerkof
in the home serves tributees, and all Persons having July 4, U, 18, 25 1963 be sworn to by the claimant his the Circuit Court of Osceola I
+ so many and costs so I I: Claims or Demands against said agent or attorney, or the same will County. Florida particularly described -

little! Green's Fuel I Estate You:and each of you are hereby INN E CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT, CIRCUIT OF THE become This thi void 19th according day of to June law.1963. All as of follows Lake Road to-wlt according: to Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.

Cas water heaters IN AND FOR JESS WILDER THACKER. the official plat of Lake Haven
give you instant hot i OSCEOLA FLORIDA Admx. c.ta. of the Estate of Subdivision as filed and recordedin
. IN CHANCE BERTHA M. WHALON. the office of the Clerk of the
1 1I No. 6475RY.MANUFACTURERS Deceased Circuit Court of Osceola County.
WI & TRADERS THACKER and THACKER. Florida. In Plat Book 1. page 323. PHONE: 847-3524
' want It . with I r A' TRUST COMPANY. a- )) Box 527. Kissimmee. Fla. The said street road and/or alley -
g rea t er economy ; New York banking corporation ) Attorneys for Admx. c.t.a. lies outside the corporate
of operation. Replace Plaintiff June 27. July_4..1118 limits of any municipality )In Osce
ola County. Florida.
your old water heater .vs.ALLEN J. HARPER IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Persons Interested may appear
with a modern automat yrt.c BERNICE C. HARPER.and COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. and be heard at the time and place STEEL SALESANY
U i c Green's Fuel iiI i his wife FLORIDA.NO. above specified
Gas water heater! Defendants. BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
I -

GREENS f:. undersigned Notice is Hon.hereby Glenn given berk NOTICE Deceased.OF INTENTION TO (SEAL)FLORIDA. Competitively Priced
( II
t I .. hw I' Coup a. Circuit Florida Court will on of the Osceola MAKE FINAL APPLICATION DISCHARGETO FOB By HARRIS Chairman G. DANIEL ,

i t day L July. 1963. at 12:00 M..8th at ALT.. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN July 18. 1963 TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
the Front door of the
I Kissimmee. Florida offer that Murray W. Overstreet Jr.. has
c i and sell at public outcry for to sale the filed his final return as administrator PRINTING call the Gazette of- BUILT AND REPAIRED

I PARKS FURNITURE CO. :tI' ,,S. .s + { highest and best bidder for cash. Green of the deceased Estate:of that ChristopherS. he has fice, 8472881. Free estimateson
I following described Count property tiled petition for final discharge all types of job printing at (.. *...... WoUbf. Stop AI wert Cw..ew4
i 8SmOsceola Florida and that he will apply to the Honorable -
"See Us For Your Gas Appliances"KISSIMMEE I . O. P. JohnsonCount Judge I reasonable prices.
,., : . Lot 16. KISSIMMEE H I G H- I Old Orlando Hwy. nwRt. Uy..teck MerlIn. .


8922011SERVICE Book 1. Page 369. Public Records Pursuant to the provisions of Section 237.12. Florida Statutes. 1941.
847.4171 '. of Osceola County. Florida. notice is hereby given that a public hearing shall be held by the CountyBoard
'U 1LUUi ,[ Pursuant to the final decree of of Public Instruction of Oceola County. Florida on July 30. .
I foreclosure entered in a case vendIng the hour of 11:00 A.M.. In the County School Office at Thacker and LOU YOUNG WELDING
I' .. In said Court the tvU- of Ernest Streets. Kissimmee. Florida for the purposeof discussing with ,
I r|I which Is Manufacturers: Traders I tne citizens of the County the' proposed school budget of said Countyfor
For Of : Trust Company a New York bankIng the fiscal year beginning July 1. 1963 and ending June 30. 1964.whIch PHONE 847-3898
Any ; corporation. versus Allen J budget is summarized as follows:
I vrtfe.and Docket Number which is Balances on hand beginning of year
;ti475L. ; 1. State Funds Capital Outlay ...$ 23.967
These Services
WITNESS my hand and official ; 2. County Funds .. _........._ 56.747
I seal of said Court this 24th day of ji 3. District Funds _______. 56.011 OSCEOLA
t I June. 1963. i j 4. Investment Local Funds 297.732 TIRE
New Houses I i HON GLENN RAY I{ 5 Investment State Funds (earmarked) 62.636
I I Clerk Circuit Court !! Total 497.113 SERVICEUI
Osceola County. Florida i| B. Anticipated Receipts & Transfers:
CommercialStructures I I I i (Circuit Court Seal) 1. State & Federal Funds ___ SL009.63O

By /Marjorie R. Haye I 2. County Taxes __-_- Custom
j! June 27. July 4. 11. 18. 1963 3. District Taxes ._.._ __ .._ ..- 229.172 Recapping
IS OUR 4_ Other Sources ____.__W- _._.__ 1,254 -
BUSINESS IN THE COUNTYi Total Receipts: Jl.876.008 223 S. BERMUDA
RemodeliRgAdditions JUDGE'S COURT. Total Receipts. Transfers and Balances &373.121 PHONE 847-2207
I OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. : C Proposed Expenditures:
i 1. Instructional Salaries _-..--_.._.$ %,T51I
i i IIN RE: 'hOF j I 2. Transportation .. 50.562 -
I MATTIE B. TYNER. Deceased.I[ 3. Food Services -_ 14.630
Aluminum I NOTICE TO CREDITORS I II 4. Fixed Charges __. 28.225
The responsibility of this Insurance agency extends to I TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES ; 5. Capital Outlays __--_. 532.551

each of our policyholders any hour of the day or night Siding I I DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER-1!! Debt Services _--..-._-. 33.006 IE WISE-
ONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE-! 7. Transfers State Matching Fund J5-SS
. any place. Add to this a world of experience in protecting MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: !I i 8. Operating Expenditures
the interests of our customers and have a AluminumAwnings{ '" You and each of you are hereby 9. Cash Balances __.._ 70.000 I ECONOMIZE
you .. notified and required to present 10"Reserves for Contingencies -_ 40.000
combination that Is worthy of your' consideration.WE any claims which you. or either U. Investments earmarked by State Board of Education
of you. may have against the es-!+I' tor Debt Service ..__ ______ ---- 61,921 I a
.. tate of Mattle B. Tyner. deceased. <1 Total Appropriations. Transfers & Resenea$2.3"l3.121 Extra Quality Keck
Storefront late of Osceola County. Florida to ',1,1' II. BOND CONSTRUCTION FUND
WOULD LIKE TO BE YOUR AGENTI! the County Judge of said county i:I! A. Balances on -hand beginning of year 14.T.ZS.IT At No Extra Cert
Marquee at his office in the Courthouse at i I[ B. Anticipated Receipts. _____.__._ 131,200.00 v F t
Florida, within 925.18C.
\ Kissimmee. six catI Total Available: $1
PHONE 847-4121 I.I endar months from the date of the Proposed Expenditvres ...__ : 1 013.36I -
.. Estimates i first publication of this I 111.82 I
notice. I| Balance at end of year: H.S47402.Member .
I Each claim or demand must be in I I III MILLAGES TO BE LEVIED:
i writing and must state the place ; The mlllaeek to be levied on the 1963 assessment roll to produce nee>
LUPFER'SInsurance SEEK. of residence of the claimant and must be sworn. to by the claimant. 4 I! ecsary A. County Support. Maintenance and Building Funds: 5.55 Mills of Osceola County. BnBderaPRODUCTS AaeadatlwOSCEOLA
his agent or attorney or the same I B District No. 1. Current Levy: 2. MUtt
C. Moore Jr. will become void according to law. I I Complete details of each separate part of the school budget sum-
This the 25th day of June 1963. !;; roartzed above are on file and are available for public inspectionltfait
Agency RAYMOND STEWART TYNER !I of the County Superintendent of Schools at the CEMENT
TRIANGLE Executor of the Estate of ,i She corner of Ernest and Thacker> Streets will also
1 nwith
Mattle B. Tyner. deceased < be available for such public hearing all supporting state-
1918- 1963 BUILDING Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. |{I' meats and Information. Ail interested person are cordially Invited toand
Attorney for Executor participate la this public hearing and to discuss the school program INC.
!I ,
P. O. Box 492
for the ensuing year.
11 Stewart St. budget for this countY
12 .dw.v-.xt.. To Kissimmee. Florid | BOARD OF PUBLIC U OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDABy
The 1Hk8474121
Plume 847-2270 JulY 4. 11 18. 25. 1963 I : W. B. Stephens. Secretary &: SuperintendentJuly NEPTUNE ROADOf
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