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

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; Entered as Second Class Matter KISSIMMEE FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 25 1963 Established 1894Pnone PRICE TEN CENTS
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'f7-* Level Is Now j I Board 594 Head I


In Good ConditionWater I Adopts Sold AtMarket I t: arm '

supplies throughout where a new dam is under con- BudgetSources !

& SCENE OF OLD BROADWAY-This is what Broadwaythe central and southern Florida are struction. Grant said is still rW'ww
now in the best condition in*2l% 8/10 of a foot below normal. of funds from the Livestock'
At the Kissimmee
main stem of Kissimmee, looked like about 1910. years following the worst and state for the Osceola school ti r'' I
I Market Wednesday, 594 cattle
There are two buggies in the picture, plus one tin Lizzie. longest drought in recorded his- The Kissimmee River main system have been detailed In I and calves were sold comparedto 4a
The source of water flowing into Lake the tentative budget adoptedby t
trees have also been long removed from the mall. tory. 656 week
This copy i. from the William Dummer; of St. Cloud col This was reported to the Gov- Okeechobee is dischargingwater the school board recently. Compared a to ago.last Wednesday
at about 50 of
percent for
erning Board of the 18-county Coming from the state 1
lection. Central and Southern Florida normal. But the level of water' Instructional salaries will be slaughter steers, heifers and
in Lake bulls too few for test, cows ,
Control Okeechobee is now exactly $45,018. the biggest single -
meeting at Key
Biscayne at the desired stage of 13 amount The state will also steady except dairy type $1.00
feet (above level. No lower and calves steady to
The mean sea ) furnish $34,046 for transportation -
\s i St. Johns River, west of
si regulatory discharges of water : $72,532 for capital out strong. Stocker steers and heifers
.i Titusville, Is about normal Zeb I
I from Lake Okeechobee are con- lay; $17,086 for textbooks; poorly tested, cows about

4.i .. t .. I Grant, Director of Operationsfor templated.In and $9,945 for driver training. steady and calves steady to
the FCD advised the Board.
\ $. \ The racing commission $1.00 higher with most gain on
Pictured above
Si However, Lake Poinsett (near "Palm Beach and Broward funds to the school system 100-250 ,lb. weights, Calves com- are
\ & Cocoa) is still below normal he members of team of Episcopal Young Churchmen who
2JL Counties two big water conservation will amount to an estimated prised nearly 80 percent of the a
..JHN noted. The whole "missile coast"in areas are at desired $81,500 and sale tax Is ex- will be on the teaching staff of the St. John Vacation

> ;, Brevard County faced critical levels. In Dade County, west of pected to bring In $99,731. run.Two good yearling slaughter Church School. They are, left to right liedy Pasterjak,
water conditions in 1961 and Miami, a water level of 7.17 There $136,724.57 car heifers $22.5024.00.Utility St.
was a Petersburg; Bill Duxbury, Sanford; Gail Bryan, Mulberry
t 1962.Lakes feet (above mean sea level) ry-over from the previousyear 'I I and few commercialcows and Grant Salmon of Largo.
A r in the Upper Kissim- was recorded in the FCD's Con- ." 150017.75, cutter 13.50
/ r> mee River Basin, south of Or- servation Area 3. This is up The balance of the school 15.00. dairy type down to $12.50

1 lando, are in the best shape they about, half a foot from the water funds will be raised throughad canner $ St.
,have been in for three years. level a month ago though still valorem taxes. i and utility bulls $15.50- John's To Hold

'Two: newly completed FCD spill- 1% foot below the desired stage. '17.50.

,ways and dams in the area are Discharges into the Everglades Parsons EmployedAs Good calves $23.00-25.00 Stand
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH-This photo of Kissim- retaining fresh water supplies. National Park are about normalfor I ard 205023.50, few utility $18.00- Vacation School

mee's First Christian Church was copied from a post card Nevertheless., ,Lake Kissimmee this time of year. ArchitectCharles ,19.50.

by William Dummer of St. Cloud and the post mark on Parsons, of Kissim : Few good vealers 25502700. St. John's Episcopal Church The Summer Service team

the card shows it was mailed in March, 1910. Many Board Gives Raise !! mee. was employed as architect -I Common and medium 350-SOC begins its Daily Vacation Church members will be the house

changes have been made in the ensuing 43 years since the for an addition to the lb. feeder-stocker steers $16.00- School next Monday. July 29, at guests of St. John's parishioners

card mailed.ASC Kissimmee Highlands School. 21.00. nine o'clock and will have ten and will be invited to a different
was .
The board also approvedhis Few common cows 155017.00, sessions ending on August 9. home each night for supper. The

To preliminary plans for the inferior $11.0013.50.Good Classes for all children from team has already conductedsuch

Commitee Principal six classrooms library and and few choice 250-500 five years old through the sixth Daily Vacation Church

administrative' suite at that Ib. calves $23.000-26.50. medium grade will be held in the parish schools in Punta Gorda and

school. 200024.00, common $17.50-20.00. house. A team of high school Avon Park and is presently do-
Elections PlannedClyde The school board has reversed Feuerstein appeared beforethe Medium and good 100-250 Ibs. Episcopal Young Churchmen ing maintenance work at Bishop
a decision to split responsibility board to explain the sit County To Procede 240031.00, few up to $33.75, selected from throughout the Gray Inn for Older People in
[ of textbook supervision uation: That all text books common $20.0025.00."Flower()( Diocese of South Florida will be Davenport.All .
E. Story, Agricultural The ASC County Committee and gave Byron Hileman are ordered at one time; that With Road ProjectsCounty the teaching stalL Mrs. Duene

Stabilization and Conservation to be elected consists of principal of OsceolaHigh they are received for all Watts will be the superintendantand children'of Ktesfanmee are
Service County Office three members and two alter School, a pay raise Instead. grades at one time; that the Atty. Murray Over- Drum Song'9Coming young people from St. John's invited to share this experienceof

Manager, announced today nates who will take office Last week, the board decided inventorying of books wouldbe street Jr. was instructed to I To Orlando Church will assist in teaching, Christian learning, worship,
that the annual election of October 1, 1963 and serve fora that rather than to increase more difficult; and that the procede with obtaining right- crafts and recreation.An and
ASC committeemen will be one year period through Hileman's salary so as splitting of responsibility was, of-way to extend Carroll St. I The Broadway musical success,
held in August The 1963 September 30, 1964. The County to keep it over the highest in effect splitting a businessin westward to Bermuda Ave. Flower Drum Song will be presented -
"election calendar" has been Committee is responsiblefor paid teacher In Osceola High, half. That street is one which cuts in Orlando, August 13 and Art Held Named To
set and ballots will be mailedto the various Federal farm it would make him responsible Not naming Hileman, the along the south edge of Trop-- 14 at 8:30 p.m., at the Civic Audi-
all known eligible voterson programs active In the county for the textbooks in the board decided on advice of ical Park and the center of torium. The show is being pre- I

or about August 20. Voters including the Agricultural upper grades. This would give Stephens, to increase the pay Kissimmee Highlands.At sented as a Summer Festival for
i will have until August 30 to I Conservation Program, Wool him part of a supplement beIng of rank one principals $200 a the same time the commissioners ,the performing arts. Guild Positionsee

return their marked ballots to !Incentive Program, Feed received in the past by year. Hileman Is the only one authorized the i Proceeds of the two shows will

the ASCS County Office. Grains Program and the several Louis Feuerstein, principalof who would qualify under this road department to procede |go to the following non-profit Or- important meeting of the him give up the job for
The "mall method" of balloting national programs dealing Kissimmee Elementary arrangement at the present with the paving of DoneganAve. ,lando groups: The Orlando P lay- Footlight Theatre Guild will be much of the credit for the

will be used again this with production adjust School. time. ., from the Atlantic Coast I ers, the Associate Board of the held Monday evening, July 29 at Guild's financial success has
year as past experience has ment and price supports. However. School Supt. William "In this case" Stephens Line tracks to Michigan Ave. Florida Symphony and Loch Haven eight o'clock at the new Art and been due to his stand business
shown that this method affords 'The five members includea Stephens yesterday asked said we can get into 'personalities However, the motion for" Art Center. Culture Center on the corner of leadership. Like most of the

all farmers the best op Chairman, Vice-chairman re-conslderatlon because which I think Is this latter project was accom- I The Rodgers and Hammerstein Bryan and South Stewart Streets. Guild members his head may

portunity to participate in the Regular Member and two Alternate last wee k's arrangement wrong," Stephens declared panied by two others: musical will be. making its first Van Held, corresponding secretaryof have been in the clouds but his
elections Of an estimated Members 'who serve would create problems. Just prior to the vote. -That the railroad be ask
Florida appearance when it plays the Guild has sent notices to feet have always been on the
437 eligible voters in the ,in the absence of arty of the f ed to keep freight cars on the
from the Orlando. The cast of 26 Orientals members caling attention to the ground. In spite of the pressureet
county 174, \voted tn. last three other members. siding far enough eliminate, their is one of the largest ever to appear change of meeting location irjn MajfriikirM actr des he has
year elecUorff. An Eligible :County Office" Manager ri i' ":, Offer.. RerjtedJ.'. or-- .-':;- blocking motorlst Jo vlew -- on a F1oridasiage.i The show) the American Legion Hall to tf1e, also. _tkfp te ja
voter Is of .legal Story urges al1'ellgibltPf -0(
any person I -That the county attorney is being produced by Lawrence new Guild headquarters. Members -acting fol and W portrayal of
voting age who has an Inter er voters'to return their; bat School Site begin effort to obtain about Rivers Productions in New York. who have not seen the new Lieut. GreenwaH In the Caine
est in a farm or ranch as an lots expressing'their choiceof Central four feet more along the The entire cast has either appeared center will have an opportunityto Mutiny Court Martial will long

owner tenant or sharecropperand their fellow farmers'who street so as to make the right-! in the original Broadway inspect it and size up its pos be remembered.At .
who is eligible to take 1!will represent them on the An offer of First Federal savings and loan company. of-way 50 feet wide.It i show or played in the National' sibilities. a meeting of the Planning
part In any of the Federal committee for the next year. Savings and Loan.Association The present savings and loan also was stated that Co- Company. : Gus Lurie who'has been the Board last Monday Art Held was

farm programs administered;The ASC ,County Committee of Osceola County*to buy the building could be used as lumbia Ave., in St. Cloud, remain Larry Leung, who played the: Guild's business manager from approved as the new business
by the farmer-elected commit, plays an Important role in Central School property here, county school headquarters. the number-one priority lead comedy role of "SammyFong" ; its start, has been forced b) manager to succeed Mr. Lurie
tee. Also, any'person not of the agricultural affairs of the was turned down by the However the school board project in the county. in the Broadway produc-i pressure of business out of the At the same' meeting Dr. George
legal voting age who is in, county and It Is Important tion of Flower Drum Song, will:
school board.
yesterday decided that whenIt I County to resign from the post Beauchamp agreed to serve as
charge of the farming operations :,that each farmer give the serious Central School Is located in sees its way clear to discontinue Howard Wandell !appear in this role during the Orlando -j he has held so long. It is with chairman of the Public Relations
consideration to
on an entire farm is.eli- the heart of the downtownarea the use of Central show. Television viewers deep regret that the members Committee.
Eible to vote.Farmers elected to these posts. and has been eyed by School, It will ask for sealed Died Saturday 'will remember Larry Leung from :
city officials as a possible site his many TV appearances on such

Urged Sales Tax for a city hall as well as by bids.A recent survey by a state Howard Charles Wandell, 70, of 'shows as "Naked City" "The: Elks To HoldMonthly

To Report ProjectsFarmers other business firms. team: of experts recommended Gilbert Park, Kissimmee pass- !Armstrong Circle Theater" and
However the firm offer of that Central School ed away Saturday morning aftera the "Ed Sullivan Show." I

who have completed CollectionsIncrease $75,000 cash or $50,000 and "should be abandoned for lengthy illness.A -I :. Initiation

conservation practices approved the present First Federal uses as an educational center native of Benton Center!!
earlier this year under building was made by the for pupils In grade 112." New York, he moved from played in Orlando by France-i --

the 1963 Agricultural ,Conservation deevland, Ohio to Kissimmee 7j:ska Kae. Miss Kae also appeared On Tuesday evening:July 30th, Clifton Lawton, Qty. By a
Program were reminded To Call in the original Broadway cast' Elks No. 1873 transfer dimit from' Atlanta Ga
their of Sales tax collected in Osceola Baptists County BuysAirConditioners years ago. II Kissimmee Lodge ,
today to file report and to Pat Suzuki
for'costshare I County during the month of June He was a retired dock checker was understudy will hold its regular monthly Lodge No. 78, Dwrii E. Pauley
Interim PastorIn
performance in this and dancing role.
I totaled $33,687.70, as comparedwith for General Motors Corporation, I singing initiation with the lodge officers will be affiliated, with* KiMiro-
assistance. 31790.70 collected in May Two firms split the award Cleveland.He Miss Kae also played this part under the leadership of Exalted mee.
E. Story Office Man- the I when the show at the
Clyde business conference appeared
and with the collected a for air conditioners being is survived by his wife Ruler Jack White performing the A special meeting for these
for the Agricultural Stabilization Church voted to Thunderbird Hotel in Las Vegas
ager First Baptist
in June a year ago. bought by the county.Commissioners Irene H. Wandell. ceremonies.The new members and their wives
and Conservation call the Rev. Pat Wimberly as last year. On television Miss Kae
Ray E. Green, state comptroller have awarded Funeral services ,were held at usual roast beef dinner has been called by Chairman
County Committee, points out for about six has been seen in featured rolesin
that the earlier such reportson said gasoline taxes collectedin interim pastor 1. The the sale and installationof 10:30 at a.m. Monday from the the "Adventures in Paradise : will be served by the ladies of Frank Broyles Jar Friday evening -
weeks beginning
completed practices are the county in June amountedto two units for the county Grissom Chapel, with the Rev. series. the Auxiliary from 6:30 to 8:00 July 2h, at 8:60 o'clock at
the ACP 50910.12 as compared with Rev. Mr. Wimberly is an agricultural building to Geh- Jimmy R. Cox, Minister of the for 5LOO per member. The meeting the club At that time, the lodge
filed the sooner pay evangelist and will be remem- I:. Tickets for the August 13-14 production -
be made. This will $58,145.43 collected in, May and rett Appliances Kissimmeefor First Christian Church, officiat Drum will start promptly at 8:00 officers and cludiweu wul be
ment can of Flower Song
bered here the revival preacher -
as $768. They also awardedthe ing. Casketbearers were Messrs. I I. o'clock. And all members ... ** to the
permit the farmer to meet the with $49,607.88. There were 727.- in April, 1961. ,will be on sale in Orlando at Loch are acquaint new
contract to furnish two Charles R. Goodlin, Roger Had members with of
Incurred in carryingout 716 gallons sold. Haven Art Center and StreepsMusic cordially invited to attend. the workings
expenses the practice and if he Of the taxes collected. $55.-, !I continue The preach Dewey the Mann worship will units health for department use In the to W.county O. dock. Glenn Haggard H. n.1 I' Store. In Winter Park, Members to be initiated dur- : the local lodge and with the history

has other project approved 02.66 went into the county's secondary services through the month of Taylor Kissimmee. Both were Lively Stanley Parsons and tickets may be purchased at the ing the evening include Phillip of the Older of Elks.
for completion this fall, the road fund. $5,344.98 went gene Simmons. Interment followed Booker Patrick, City; George F. Grice, All proposers+ of these new
These measures became low bids with the cost of the
cash payments can help to get to the use of the county board July. in Osceola Memory Gardens. St Cloud; Billy Williams, City; members and all members are
due to the continued health units un-installed being
the addition conservation i and 21379.92 went to the state necessary Grissom Funeral Home was in r Gilbert Greenamyre, City; Robert cordially invited to participate
of Dr. H. P. Amos who $664.
under way. With spring con- road board. .i" illness charge of arrangements. H L R M. Whidden, Jr., City; in this meettac and to get to
servation projects completedand retired from. the pulpit as of Toes 1.16 92 11 .80 James N. Holloway, Davenport; know the new members. The

the cost shares received, Services Held July 15. Col. Strickland The Rev. and Mrs. M. Wen- Wed. 1.17 8J '71 0 Thomas F. Tumbleson, St Cloud; ladies of the Auxiliary will serve
easier Buried T'hurs 1.18 n on 0 George A. Brewer, Davenport; refreshments+ die the social
It will be to concentrate Thursday dell Hainlin announce the adopt-!
on other work that For Nell, DorseyFuneral Sanitarian SpeaksTo ion of a son, John Wendell on FrL 1.19 92 77 0 Dexter Bates, Davenport; and how following the _.
Funeral services for Newton __ '
be done. SaL 1-20 S5 70 0
need to Rotarians July 17th.
services for Ruth W. Harrell Strickland 79, (Lt Cot Sun. 1.1 82 C5 0
Chairman said that if I
The Floridians especially thosein Young John Wendell is four
a farmer has received approval (Nell) Dorsey 32. of Naples and this area must make every Army, ret.) of 219 South Clyde I months old. l\1on. 7-ZZ __ 81 60 .30 Directory InfoIs

for a practice which he former resident of Kissimmee, i possible effort to protect their Avenue, Kissimmee were held at ,
held at 10:30 Thursday -: 2 o'clock Thursday at St Johns
later finds he is unable to were a.m. greatest asset pure uncontaminated -
carry out. he should report from the Grissom Chapel : water, Fleming Episcopal Church with the Rev. _
this to the ASCS county of with the Rev. John Briley, Min- Dame county sanitarian told M. Wendell Hainlin. Vicar of L", 'ter'r s Being SoughtThe

fice. This may permit the ister, of the First Methodist the Rotary Club. here. ficiating. Messrs.Lee
ASC Countv Committee to Panokee. officiating. Casketbearers were -
approve Church He said the community is '
another practice for Casketbearers were Messrs. neglecting this asset as are Graves B. G. Grissom. Chamber of Commercehas Name of household
him or for some other farmerIn Walter Alderman Richard Ben- most other communities. He Glenn Ray, Leo Schumaker. Wil- r announced that two rep- Spouses given name and
the county. son. Dick Davis Pete Lee, John said the water supply must liam Wallis and Col. A. H. Luse. resentatives of the R. L. Polk maiden faftfeL

I Roberson and Earl Schmidt. be protected and advised, Full Military Honors at Wood- Publishing Company are In Both husband and wife's oeeupatkm. .
Riggs Retires Interment followed in Osceola "When you seek industry. lawn Memorial Park Cemetery the area gathering Informa .
From Active I Memety Gardens. Grissom Fun- seek clean industry. Do all were accorded by McCoy Air 'r tion for the new city directory Do they own or rent the

eral Home was in charge ttf ar- you can In an educationalway Force Base Orlando. Grissom 'r.r ; to be published later this domicile
Army Reserves rangements. to protect this tremendous Funeral Home was in charge of fallThese A rbt of everyone over 18

William Paul Riggs has recreational area." arrangements. J men are Mr. J. J- years old residing there

been transferred to the retired Deputies Attend However Dame said that Mishoe and Mr. Brent C. whether or not they are awayin
reserve of the army with water pollution Is not a prob- Dick McLaughlinGets Braud and carry Chamber of the service at school etc.

the rank of lieutenant colonel. Training Course lem in the county. He said the RecognitionPrivate r I I Commerce Identificationcards. These men are not authorized

The Kissimmee man had Sfer deputies of Sheriff Bob bathing beach at East Lake to get any other information -
served on active duty and active Buckels have received certificates Tohopekaliga and the waterat Richard R. McLaughlin ; The chamber wishes to emphasize and are not authorised
reserve for ,,21 years. of award from the Or- Jaycee Beach in Kissim- ; son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil that these men are to wit anything.
His retirement was in a spe- lando Police Training School mee are safe for swimming. McLaughlin was selected as 1i- not selling anything but are
cial order Issued recently.He which they attended. Dame also asked Rotariansto "Outstanding Sentry" of the Second gathering Information only. Riggs Resigns

received a letter yesterday Those receiving the certificates advise people to watch out Training Regiment on July PRESENTED CERTIFICATE Cody left is shown Each business will be contacted
from Maj. Gen. GeorgeA. were William R. Burge, for mosquito breeding placesin 16th according to a letter received framed certificate from Osceola Sheriff and asked the following From CommitteePaul
Carver commander of the Edward C. Langford' Jr, their yards He said Boy I by his parents from the accepting a County questions:
fourth U. S. Army Corp.. who Wesley F Pratt, Wallace H. Scouts had made an Inspection -: TOrnrn?rv ing officer at Fort Jack- Bob Buckels who made the presentation on behalf of Who Is the owner chief officer Riggs ha* resigned as

offered "Sincere appreciationfor Smith Jr., Thomas H..*.Van- of the city a couple of the Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch. The certificate was or manager! chairman of the county recreattoaal -

the valuable contributionyou noy and Robert C Woody. months ago to eliminate these son.The selection was based on his given to the Central Florida Square Dance Association, of A list of all employees and committee.Kg .

have made to national defense 'Lankford attended 58 hours conditions but since then I military bearing, neat appearance which Cody is a past president, because that group sponsored their occupations. **' letter said his resit
and have started setting knowledge ol Each residence will be contacted nation was "due to cIream-
by your faithful of the course and Woody 43! homeowners leadership, donation the :
dance which in $100 to
out that make foi moral a a and asked the following which I do not
honorable service as a memo hours. The others attended things military principles high stances upon
ber of the active reserve." lesser times. mosquitoes. character and attention to duty. Boy' Ranch (Photo by Hamrick) :. choose to elaborM.."

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2 The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Fbu, Thurs, July 25, 1963Charlotte ]Jlrs..Steu'art Is IBPWC To l11eet

I .co Married Recently ;1 Married Saturday Shower HonoreeMrs. I I Thursday NightThe

CollinsIs .' -. .. ....' < .",,< C. J. Stewart was the I f I fQMBBOMe Business and

; f. : : :; guest of honor at a stork Prafesriooal, Women will bold their

". . ;- -> shower Friday night at the regular monthly meeting on
Accident VictimMiss . .- home of Mrs, Paul Funk in Thursday, July 25th at the tome (
I ,. ,..:. ,, '. :; ;. I Gilbert Park. Cohostesseswere ol Jewell Myers; Hidden Acres: INarcoo
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j ( :"': ,: ii1' Mrs. Leonard Duncan ee. )

Charlotte Ann Collins 16, :simmee was a student at Boone ,'. ...,; \ '. .>...: and Mrs. Kenneth Funk. : This will be a Beachcombers ;
4431 Harmony Lane. Orlando, High School, where she :was a ..i a...l'.f. ( r1C'rt ". .. died at Orange Memorial Hospital member of the Tri Hi-Y Club and "" O 'to-"- I L. Ricker M. L. ParsonsSr. I. bring their own table service' an

Monday morning of injuries she the Pep dub. .She was a memberof .:!- ,'. ., M. L. Parsons Jr. Curtis I extra service and a cwcred: dish. ;

received Sunday when the sports Conway Methodist Church and . : .;'._.'. .i I I Sewell, Charles D. Gardner The St. Cloud BPWC has been ;
car in which she was a passen- was active in church affairs. She .:,: .# i, JJ 1i trt ... ,. and Miss Brenda Korbar. invited to attend as guests of the {

ger left Florida 423 north of Union]' played organ in the Junior church '" -:i . I Kissimmee dub. i-
Park and rolled over. and during the summer she was .\. af Legion Anyone desiring transportation <
Troopers L. D. Harrell and H.. taking a music course at. Rollins I f- !should contact Martha Marshall, t;

D. Brown of the Florida High College. '" .. Holds Parley Here 341-2804. Hidden Acres is 2.2 miles 1

way Patrol said the girl was rid- I .. \ .. "(north of a grocery store.on Highway i
ing in a car driven by Walter She is survived by her parents ./ . I The Past Presidents' Parley ot 15 where a red bandana will
Russell Anderson Jr. 19 3517 Mr. and Mrs. Hanson E. Collins,. ':: American held ,
i i Legion Auxiliary be attached to a mail box. Follow -
brchcrs, Robert H. and Hanson
Devonwood Drive. Anderson lost I : its quarterly meeting here Thurs the driveway to her home
v .
Ed and sister Carolyn M all of t r.
control of road the vehicle and it ran Orlando; grandparents, Mr., and I r................ day. The Kissimmee unit entertained -.1 Supper will be at 6 p.m. and t-
off the completelyover
turning Wofford ; representatives from OrLando dress will be casual. ;tyArcade :
and catapulting Miss Collins Mrs. Collins EUisviile. 7t St. Cloud and their own .
Miss. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. p
from her seat, the officers: said. I ;i
Kenton, Kissimmee, and great unit.The I
Anderson admitted Win ;
was to
meeting and social was Theatre
grandinother, Mrs.: Edith Maxen. i )
I F '
ter Park Memorial Hospital, -> .held in the educational building
where he was listed in satisfactory Kissimmee. -- .. 1..#. the I
Fairchild Funeral Home is in! ,, I jof Presbyterian Church. Dinner I Matinees: Sat.-Sun. 2:30 P.M. r..
condition last I .
: ; was served by the church Performance 7PM.
fis.s a native of Kis-i charge. ..... ;,;. ,. 1. women. 'II.I.I Evening ::1
c- ., ,Ti .
: .. The tables were appropriately FRI.-SAT., JULY 26 and 27 .
AFS Selects 2 i ;"r : decorated in red. white. and! "SWOfWMAN Of SWU"

'. blue. The focal point was a cen-' Stewat 6& .t.r :

I .I terplece of white carnations artistically i, pl... : J)
Ii i; tied with red and blue : "CAIRO"Garyt :
i t

For Osceola High ; ,table ribbons.flags American further embanced and unit the I S.Ilers .... :

Two students from overseas will[people, the Rev. Wend iI'Hainlin,i iI setting. : SUN. MON., JULY 28 and 29 :

attend Osceola High School here,,chairman of the local AFC committee -I iI Members of the St. Cloud unit'! THE : "

this coming school year under: said.Kissimmee. I will be hostesses for the next RED :

the auspices of the American i has had two AFS I I Mrs. Thomas Houseman 'quarterly meeting in October i, HIS PHONE MITftDI..
Field Service. ::students in the past. The first HER RIVAl...
This was announced by the local -I was Peter Warn, of Plymouth,! Charlotte Porter I

AFS committee which identified England; and Miss Angelica: An- I 't' << Former Resident ,

them as Donna Patricia Kinney -,I,gie) Gastaldi. i
1 Died In Linden \j
16 of Barbados West Indies what i \ iI
-i: The Barbados girl holds
Weds Tom Houseman i I
; and Jose Roberto De Brito:':is called a general certificate of I i fI nv\ .J W. R. Locke 82 of Linden :
Jardis, of Sao Paulo, Brazil. :education from a private secondgirls' I ,
i Charlotte Ann Porter becameI Porter Sr. of Wildwood died Thursday. Mr. Locke was I ntrtctrte
Miss Kinney will be the houseguest I I school. She speaks both Georgia) HIM TO
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph::English and French. Tennis and I I the bride of Thomas.Houseman ina Mrs. Clara B. Ford of Chattanooga born In Kissimmee and had I THE EOOE

Lohmann; and Jardis will be the I I swimming are among her favorite candle light ceremony at First j I Tenn., grandparents of the, been a resident of Sumter I I Of SPACEPRCCZINO
Church of the Nazarene Oak bride Mrs. Frances Porter County since 1927. He had A
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll: sports. I ; Boyd HER LOVE O r
Starling. !I arts is 18. He comes from a Ridge, Tennessee, June 21, 1963. I and Mrs. Ernest Drew of Chattanooga -) been a farmer until retire I, THEEDOeOP j Y'

The two students' coming to i 1 i family of five children. Rev. Charles Patten and Rev. I Teiai.; Rev. and Mrs-i! ment. Mr. Locke was a mem TIME!

Kissimmee is a result of the effort I The Brazilian youth has attended -,Robert Porter were the officiating I, Charles Patten of Lenior City, 1 ber of the Methodist Church.He I I

of Osceola High School students -: secondary school and has been''ministers.The | Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carroll is survived by his widow. BocHUDSON

and the cooperation of the'!attending the Colegio Estadual bride, a recent graduateof j and daughter Janie, of Wild- Mrs. Leona Lee Locke; four

citizens of this community in financing -I Presidente Roosevelt Uniao CUl- Trevecca Nazarene College, is I wood, Georgia; Mr. and Mrs.! 'a s sons, Robert and Stanley of .

the year for the young! tural Brasil Estados Unidos. He the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. : Dale Brown and son, Tommy, ofj Webster. Lloyd of Cocoa and 4
- I has studied English for six years; Robert Porter of Oak Ridge Ten- 'Trenton, Georgia; Mr. and Mrs.]j jI Mr. and Mrs. Mack Haselden Coy of Tampa; three daughters

Latin, four; and says he speaks nessee. The groom's parents are 'Harry Newberry. and son Dale,, Belleview, Mrs. Mrs.J. C.C. Shannow M. Martin A GATHERING
South Trail good Spanish and fair French. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Housemanof I jof Lancing Tenn.; Miss I,
Tampa and Mrs. O J.
1 Kissimmee, Florida. I ret Craft, Miss Junie HaseldenStillsWedding
!His native tongue is Portuguese. j Marga-I I Page of Cocoa; two brothers, EAGLES '
her Lather Harold Walters
DriveInTheatre i He lists as favorite sports, football Given in marriage by -I Mrs. of ; Otha of Tampa and A. P. of
basketball, and swimming.He the bride was gowned in a Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Campbell Ctitmtn COLOR
i Miami sister Mrs. R. M.
full length white chantilly lace, i and daughter, Sandra Kay of ; a ,
hopes to be a doctor ;
ToldI Marler Lakeland 20 grand.
The two will arrive here some fashioned with a sabrima neck- : Wartburg, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. ,. ;
I children 24
] and great-grand-
ORLANDO, FLORIDA :: time In August. line and long pointed sleeves, a E. S. Wood, Mitsy and Sammy, children. I .wK .- 1
bouffant four tiered skirt endingin Wood of Wartburg, Term.; Mr.I ; .
THURS. FRI. SAT. I a chapel train in the back. ,; and Mrs. James E. Rogers and --- ---
I Stills and James Ponds a friend of the groom
Her illusion veil was held in sons of Kingston, Tenn., and Miss Myrice 'i .
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July 25, 26, 27th : O.E.S. To Have I Mack Haselden exchanged wedding served as best man. The bride s A
place by a tiara of seed pearls ;Brenda McKinney of Johnson City, I THE
vows at 4 Saturday at book was kept by Miss Judy
;1 Picnic Sunday and sequins. She carried a white Tenn. home the bride's Roehrich. The refreshment table' KISSIMMEE
7:45 white the of parents I I GAZETTE
orchid.with stephanotis on a A reception was held immediately ORpN
I ,2531 Beaumont Ave. in Kissim was covered with a hand made
"PERIOD OF ADJUSTMENT" i Bible. ;I following the ceremony at Bish-I.'Mace cloth, an arrangement of
( Charles W. Sr.
9:45 \> Kissimmee Chapter No. 62,, +}II Maid of honor was Miss Rachel '| the Trinity Methodist Church fellowship -I|mee.of The Church Early of Jesus,Christ I roses and crystal candelabra. .4 .I.... H. 1'errs :\err.p.Pf'r
iOES is having a picnic Sunday, Lanier of Middleburg, Florida. i hall.! Those? who assisted op i i -
I AIiss Blandford SL. ,Cloud,., .,
officiated at Patsy ,
of Latter, Saints
28th. at Riedel's cabin ilBridesmaids Miss Jennie ;,in serving were+Mrs. 'Stasrdrryr ;b -
| July \ were ,. Offices: 24efi'111St..a'thh'+ _.
monjtvThe % served, ;pie punch the reception
the j
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located at Lake.Wilsoru.Tbe.. fur Rodgers of Kingston, and Miss.Kay I Mrs. Will rQ.'Rogers lMiss. JPolly-i .
SUN. -MON2. : TUES.July 1'1 i will start at 2 *prmT: ThenTwil: :I I j i Smith: of Oak TUcfee Tennessee. j!anna ArpTShd Miss irenda"Freejman. -:* 'bride i the daughter of; held. immediately after .the ,wedding SON Telephone 847-2881
.. Mr. The bride's aunt;Mrs. Paul
: and Mrs. Earl C. Stills. The
t '' ) be swimming and :bo ting'and I 11The'attendants, were dressed in I Those who entertained Were
28, 29, 30th Mrs. J. Herbert assisted bridegroom's parents are Mr. andMrs. Mils' made the three tiered wedding Entered a.coal '
; pleasant company. nylon lace over taffeta and nylon Holladay i CIa s Matt ttett.<
,1 I William Haselden of Kis- cake and assisted in serving',! .n the l'o t "meat KI ,. ., ..
FIRST OUTDOOR SHOWING A potluck dinner will be served -'j;net. They carried matching bou-- by Mrs. Malcolm Massey, Mrs. the Jt. ..,

| at 4:40. Each one is to bring:quets.I Best man was Lowell Cly-'i Jack Conn, and Mrs. Richard simmee. guests. "
"DUEl OF THE TIIIANS"Steve Dressed in a fitted.empire gownof Out of town guests attending I: Published ThurMa
1 table :burn of Kissimmee. Ushers were :Barnes. at Kiwimme. Flort*i'
dish of food and own i I e
.Reeves-7:45.11:45 I a :UK wedding Mr. and Mrs.: .
white Alecon lace, the bride were: .. *
R service and their family. 1 Larry Houseman of Kissimmee,, For travel, the bride chose a ----- ,
"NO MAN IS AN ISLAND" I i, brothers and theii' brother of the groom, and Ken-white embroidered sheath dress I wore a fingertip veil of illusionj Paul Mills ana their three sons,'! L> 0 HIMAKER:
Jeffery HunterWEDNESDAY .;, 'amilies, and friends are also in.1'neth Hemmerly of Nashville Ten.1'with matching accessories and a j falling from a crown of seed Benny, Boooy and Andy of North',! Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION '
I Augusta, South Carolina. After
[pearls and satin. She carried an a
:' I nessee. j white orchid from her bridal bou-'
ONLY! vited. I short wedding i trip the newlyweds,
b : old fashioned nosegay of roses RATESSix
j Nuptial music was presented > ;quet. Following a wedding trip to
July 31st i ;Ed Davis, organist and MalcomiMassey II(I Kentucky, the couple will be at and babys breath over her white I wiL reside at Gilbert Park Kis- months, $%.50; one year. $.&.00; two ears, S7.0Q

$150 DOWN i was soloist. Mrs. Ernest:'{home in Nashville, Tennessee. I,Bible. 't simmee. __
Family Coupon Night I $65 MONTH !Drew, aunt of the bride, kept the.! Given in marriage by her father -

"THE NAKED HILLS" 89100 TOTAL 'bride's book. The path of the:: Inthe early 19th century the bride was attended by

7:45-11:20 I I 3 Br. CB House bride was flowered by Teresa :' American newsprint, the paper ;Miss Vivian Beltz, maid of honor

"GEROMINO" ; 4.7-2380II Barnes, and Stevie Massey was;I on which newspapers are print .who was dressed in a full skirted ,
dress of chartreuse chiffon with
9:40 i the ring bearer. ed, was handmade from rags
II ,a matching lace jacket. Sammy .
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following this she will go .- 1
to Greenville, Kentucky for an T
extended visit with her sister,
Mrs. J. J. Rice.
:iT t"lJtlJlf1lJ Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Mearsare
leaving this weekend for a
vacation at Fontana Village.
They will be joined there by
their son, Pete, of Akron Ohio.
r. ,, By BETTY EBY Ed Grissom Jr. flew to Tallahassee -
Friday in the capacityof
off. Secretary-Treasurer of the
State Board of Funeral Directorsof
wishes to each of you. Florida. A conference was
Ijf congratulations this
II I held in the office of"The
; week are being sent to Lucy Lee Mr. and Mrs. Sam Prather I attorney
have returned after spendingtwo general with reference to the apprenticeship -
Wilbanks, Barbara T hac k e r, 1 I
weeks at Cedar Mountain, program.Mr. .
Carol Boyd, Mike Allen Jimmy j near Breyard, N.C. and Mrs. Cecil Sylvesterand 0 Op Oft 5 U.S.D.A. ALL 5t0 20
! Gould, Leston Putnal, Mildred I I sT SIZES LBS.QUARTERS .
Mrs. W. F. Dietrich son Eddie have returned
York, James Thomas, Betty Gib-j of Morris- SUNRISE SHOPPING CENTER "A"Vine
town, New Jersey, Mrs. Bette from a two weeks vacation in
son E. Harpole Margaret California
Barnes, Johnny Over-street, Diane j Miller of Downers Grove, Ill the mountains. The first week Ripened GRADE
I!inois and Mrs. Jeanette Lehmanof was spent at Gatlintburg, Tennessee
! Beaton, Betty Jane Hutcheson,t tt
St. Louis where they were joinedby
are visiting Miss
t Bradley Bailey. Bob Bobroff,
Marilyn Dietrich in Orange Mrs. Sylvester's parents, Mr. QUICK FROZIN
Mabel Ellison, William Mason
Douglas Cheek, Kitty Marshall, Gardens. and Mrs. Edgar Glass and son '
The Braden Miers, who have BilL Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester returned <;
Mary Jane Speirs, Rex Walker, ..1 "4114.41 LB.roR
Gene Carr, Martha Sessions, been vacationing at Greenburg, to Emitsburg Marylandwith .
Indiana are returning to their her parents for the second
Qlenna Yates, Harold
home at Intercession week. The Glasses are spendingthe SIZES
Mrs. L. M. Cody, Hazel City this :
Woodall'l I week. summer at Emitsburg.
en Walter Van Bass,
i Col. and Mrs. L. E. Mac- Mr. and Mrs, E. F. Bolden TURKEY
Toms. Bobbie Wilson
Gregor spending ,and Scotty, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
I are a month at
Locke. Julius
Dwight Stinebaugh
1 I I The Manor in Asheville, N. C. Fletcher and Sharon, Mr. and
Smith, Stan Hodala. Best -' 1%
Steve Thacker is vacationing I Mrs. John J. Matz, John Day All White Meat
I I at Camp Rockmount. His sisters, and Jeff of Orlando visited their
those who expressed: their Pam and Peggy leave this week I parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. BREAST QTRS.
for their vacation at ,Matz here Sunday.
sympathy in so many beautifuland Camp Tona- All Dark MeatY ?
wando. t Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lynch Y
practical ways during our
recent bereavement, we express! Mr. and Mrs. Odell Bronson and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Adams LEG QTRS. 9
our heartfelt thanks. and children have returned froma and daughter Sue of Columbus,
The N. H. Strickland Family. vacation in 'the North Carolina Ohio have been touring Southern 391
I mountains. Florida and stopped by LB.
Mrs. John Aderhold of Law- day for a short visit Wednes.1 r La.
t i renceville Ga. and Mr. and Mrs.}1 Lynch's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

PIZZAFREEZETTE i Norman Lesser of Decatur Ga.!+;J. G. Matz. 4 ,. .
spent a few days last week visit i; Mrs. Henry Simmons has returned k -: .- 0 Jtr. ." ;:.f j: .',', ''f': : ;: '<" .,' __"', --..-:, <1< 'J", '. '.: : .- __ x -, .. ___ _
I ing Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Pear-; after spending several -
days visiting her mother. Mrs.
DRIVE-IN I man.Mrs.. Georgia B. Shaverleft Jack Fletcher at Ocilla, Georgia S 'S HOMIL BONELESS CANNID W-0 BRAND PULL CUT ROUND
IT T this week to attend a ShaverHILISTHEHBTH and attending a family reunion. I I
She was accompanied by her Ham..6499CAN Steak. L8. 88 -
sister, Mrs. Sarah Jones of Lake . .
Hamilton. J I

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Elam of COPELAND Pickle. OlBologna Liver Chww or W-D IXTRA LEAN GROUND
West Palm Beach were weekend
1 guests of.Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wil Fresh Tender Young 2PKGS.49 Ji Beef. 5 LB. PK.< 'I"
;] 14 I ?] son. . .
"Cappy" Reed has returned to POLE .
tier' home after undergoing surgery BEANS COPELAND COUNTRY LINKSausage GRAD "A" QUICK PRO2EN CHI_

! Imt1kbtM4E I I IJLH :; f the Orange Memorial j I 59' Backs AND NECKS LB..15 E ; .-
SP/5 Elbert Smith has returned II .
to Ft. Lee. Mrs. Smith and .
[ JULJi 1 1 1I baby will remain with her mother 2 LBS. 50 EXTRA STAMPS . TARNOW SLICED DRESSED FISH>
I Mrs. Joe Wilson until Sept
.33' ember 1st. S Ham 69 15x
6-oLPKG. ; Whiting. LB.
? :"'e>:J Bleach... Mr. and Mrs. Tom Funk and .
I .. 1 I n IMelNncTIoII'.: son James have returned froma

Loosens dirt,brightens Cleans and disinfects vacation trip through the west) .. ,., .
whites sanitizes clothing. sickroom,bathroom! ,kitchen. _. ern states. ." ". ..... '. Quantitl Rights Reserved- Prices Good Thru July if IdWINN'DIXIE
._ Mrs. Gustav I ..
Bacharach has STORM. IN OrrRIMMT-tM
Hood 33 Bleach returned 'to her home in Orange
SHOW BOAT. Umlt 4 with $5 or more ordw
Gardens from PINEBREEZE
Germany where
and Disinfectant she visited her son and family.

dosta.The Georgia Harold Farme were in of Kissim-Val-} Grade "A" Fresh Florida MediumEGGS Pork & Beans No-300 CAN 5i,

mee this week visiting friends
and relatives. --
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or more
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Losey have
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I AssistanceIn Bridal PartyHonored I SAVE 8* IA. Limit 2 twin pock with |f order pr rnoSoftWeve
addition to providing fine At DinnerMrs. ,3 DOZ. 1

funeral service, we assist all ,19
eligible families in receiving the John Hansen and her son ROIL PK3.fjT ;
various Charles Hansell, were hosts at a
Security benefits buffet dinner, on Thursday eve- i
; our help in obtaining benefits ning, following the rehearsal for
due veterans' families is the wedding of Mrs. Hansell's RiMM4

_' THE CMBfR.ORDtR just as complete. David granddaughter Castiewitz, Sue ol Hansell Orlando, to, ; r= 5-- 51 Extra Top I 1 Value Stamps 0 Extra a 8 $

OF 'n4tGOLDE which was an event of Friday WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of wIT>i Tests AND a
RUli evening.The i 5! Morton Frozen, Fruit or Cream ' Two.seso "onN "vi'R.s.RDatMevil

RlEDEL Hansell home on Palm Way Rich's Choc. Eclairs Astor rselt Peas
III was bridal festive with white
gladioli and lavender mums, featuring -
24 HOUR m.e the colors chosen by the PIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN DIXIE
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AMlI.ANCfsuva I 107 EMMETT STREET bride for her wedding.A I
KISSIMMEC flOKIDA delicious dinner was served I
to the following guests: Miss Han ,.
sell and Mr. Castlewitz Mr. and! : CHOCOLATE

847-1188 Phone: ; 1 Mrs.Castlewitz Byron and Hansell her sons Mrs., Tommyand Abe: LEMON BANANA 59 Extra Top Value Stamps 50 Extra T aa

ter Patrick, Dr. and Mrs. Charles COCONUT 3 FAMILY I $1 TWO ra... ntozKN Two rse., rsoaw
Mrs.Tindall R. Elmo, Mrs.Griffin Bessie Misses Ain Linda I : APPLE PEACH SIZE Gold King Onion 'Rings Pan S I Oysters
Wehner and Beverly Haydon
both of Orlando. Gifts were presented AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN D!
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to their attendants by the i.. '. $: _
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_4 _The_Kiasfanmee Gazette, ia trnlrtee, Fla.. Thnrs.' July 25, 1963now held In O reola County i Divers Place Four field ment two that car-loads turns out of daily in the'' Pops Play Kids
Lunchroom I film-wraP.j I'
throughout the year. Policy In Monday Meet ped head lettuce, all In Ball Game

retail counters.At I I I
United Four places were won by
Appeal Charles Handbook the Kissimmee Tropical Swim the rate of 125 to 150 pet I I I Sunday afteraooa at the Junior
Sylvester'Died Issued Club in the district II Junior minute freshly cut lettuce heads, Major League field the AH Stars
Thursday Olympics diving eliminations trimmed for the grocer's shelf played their Dade In spite of
M Planned for CountyFred held Monday at the are machine-wrapped In soft.I the fact that the Mot were leading -
Charles Lee Sylvester 80, of A handbook regarding the school will be required to have at leasta Langford Hotel pool in Win- clear film and transferred to I I lfr-3 in the 4th inning the
McDaniel Manager of organized so that the necessary 308 ,Bay Street Mssimmee pass- lunch program recently approvedby ] high school education. ter Park. the rig's cartoning station. The "Old Men" were getting warmed
the Kissimmee Chamber of machinery can be set in ed away early Thursday aftera the school board assures each Besides mat, they all will be Help under the auspices of motorized unit moves without up and might have come out on
Commerce: has announcedthat motion for the first United lengthy illness. child's receiving one-third of his I required to have had at least the Florida Association of the stopping over 8 produce. rows at t top if the rain hadn't interfered
a meeting will be held Appeal fund drive this fall. He was a native and lifelong nutritive daily requirements by I three years experience in food A.A.U., the first six places in a time. and if their steam tied held up.
Monday August 5th, at 8:00: Bert Neidig. Executive Di- resident of Osceola County and eating a school lunch. service. each event automatically qualified The cheering secltea for the
p.m., in the city commission rector of the United Appeal was a retired City of Kissimmee The handbook was drawn up! Their duties include purchasingfood for entry in the championship Oilers Take "oW tofts" was led by Mrs. Ann,
of Orange County, will be I Mrs. Truitt Schellenberg supervising its care, stor-
chamber at City Hall for the I employee.He by aunty meet scheduled at the WHtewotf.Coach .
purpose of organizing a Unit the principal speaker accom was a Baptist. I lunchroom supervisor. She said age, and preparation; supervisingand Rio Pinar Country Club in Junior MajorsThe for the All Stars was
ed appeal for Osceola County. I panied by Captain Sidney S. Survivors include his wife. Sal- I the school lunch program is partof instructing employes.The Orlando August 5. Denver Thompson wide the "Old
Invitations for this have Lynch Officer-in-Charge of lie Yates Sylvester. Three sons, the total educational program policy handbook also in- In the boys midget division Oilers came out on top sters" coached each other. The
been sent to civic organiza- I the Orlando Salvation Army. Leroy Sylvester. Fort Pierce; and plays important role in cludes provisions for use of the one meter, ten years and Under in the season's play of the Jun- batteries were Bobby Barrette
tions clubs, city and county o Neidig, after a successful Roscoe Sylvester and Cecil Sylvester the health growth, and development lunchrooms by others. School organizations Jeff Cazier took first The standingsat and Ronnie Mash pitchers anti-
officials throughout the county j career as director of the Kan. both Kissimmee. Two of children. can do so by making place with 64.85 points.In League. follows Mite Smith catcher' lor the Aft
McDaniel expresses the I sas City United Appeal, came Mrs. William Haynes The policy handbook!; establishes,application to the principal. If the girls junior divisionone the end of play were as Stars; Rev. Jimmy Owe, Ray Barrette -
hope that all those invited j to Orlando five years ago. In daughters, Inez Sylvester both qualifications for lunchroom man-I the kitchen is to be used, a lunch- meter 11 and 12 yearsof i : and Robert O'Berry, pitchers -
t make every effort to attend I each of the past five years and Miss agers. For managers of lunch- room worker should be on duty.. age, Jeanne Cazier placed Cream W L and Robert O'Barry and Kenny
Also 4 grandchildren. __ . _._ ___ 102St
Orlando. Oilers ... _
i this meeting, as it is extremely the United Appeal of Orange I held at rooms serving more than 750 This also applies to organizations third with 99.30 points and Breese. catchm iwr the "oid-
important that the proposed -I County fund drive has exceeded II.I Funeral services were the lunches a day. at least two yearsof other than those affiliated with her sister, Patty was fourth Cloud ._ __ '_ 1 5 sters".
United Appeal be formallySHRIMP its goal 10:30 SL.VI. Saturday from college work will be required. the schools.In with 89.10 points.In I! Merchants __ __ 4 8
Many residents of Osceola I Grissom Chapel, with the of Rev.the Instead of this they may be car- case the lunchrooms are the boys junior division, : Cokes.. .______ 3 9I In one year the words the
have indicated an interest in I I Billy Rigsby Minister of rying out a planned program needed during a disaster. Red one meter 11 and 12 years of I I Newspaper advertising brings average adult reads in his news-
the formation of a United Ap- Loch Haven Baptist Church leading to junior college graduation Cross Civil Defense or some age, Dave Suldo came in second -I the merchants' "showcase" into, paper would fill more than 90
peal. They feel, and justifiably ficiating. Casketbearers were requirements.Those other similar organization will be with 108.65 points.
In A Basket I I home. full-length books.
so that "one drive forall' Messrs. Leonard Hansen, Hez in smaller lunchrooms required to furnish all food. your !
Wendell Ketchum, W. passed out quickly and barely
FREEZETTEDRIVEIN will rectify many of the Johnson
Sabetto and escaped death, but were hauled |
ills found in the many individual I C. Nickle. .Jimmy
fund raisins drives Owen Simmons. Interment fol- out in time and revived. I j 4-WHEEL
lowed in Rose Hill Cemetery.Grissom THE Reduction of oxygen in the at- ;
I.. Funeral Home was in i : .. mosphere is the main reason CA ONLY DRIVE
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FARM: storage has proved so success- !
charge of arrangements. ,
KISSIMMEE I FURNITURE ful in preserving fruits and'' jeep.

23 BROADWAY TELEPHONE 847-4411 Emmett Street I FRONT vegetables in their "fresh" state
for unusually long periods. It'sa >
BEWARE! DANGER! Is ResurfacedEmmett new idea and many people VEHICLES
Street took on a new,! BY DOYLE CONNER are not aware of the hazard it

It is costly to put "White Elephants" In your refreshed look this week when iwas t.1 i OMMISSIONERFLORIDA poses. The two employes had "

home. Let us help you FREE OF CHARGE to decor- resurfaced, from' Broadway;j DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE forgotten although warning !
YOUR pocketbook. No lob to Bermuda. signs were posted.
ate your home to suit Bermuda and highway 17-92 has; Potatoes have been in the spot 1[ pers who cheat on_the quality or 1---- .
t too big or too small! J i also been resurfaced to Addison. light of produce news recently. I who undercut the going market It's interesting to note that !' I :.

COME IN THE STORE OR EVENINGS BY i Gun Shop at Campbell Station. Interesting new developments in t price. many manufacturers are quick ( ,
APPOINTMENT. r I the "spud" world are reported It appears that we are on the to adopt improved safety features z .C- 1
1' i\ SHOP_ IN KISSIMMEE I from two of the nation's leading I right track with our new "sun- for their porducts when
f states Idaho and FLAvor" trademark idea for been
producing the need for them has ,
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f ,"? BROADLOOM MILL ENDS Commission has been given a i s ___ I II Latest to come to my attention i
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".. -. I demonstration of an electrostatic I This week (July 21-27) has is the effort of some power i -
J f 100% 100% 501 DUPONT I potato stamping machine. It been designated National Farm mower makers to produce ma- 'J .p*Usiv.r dare

? J!! NYLON VICOSE NYLON J puts a brand or mark on each II Safety week. It's an annual affair chines with built-in safety fea- ; performanceprovedover
;it---, S.,9a I $198 I $405 I potato rents for $1,500 a year \: designed to center attention tures.One. ;
i a-. ,. "r, Sq. Yd. I Sq. Yd. Sq. Yd. for each production line, plus a: of farm and rural dwellers on is a mower that doesn't :
billions of miles!
LOOK s '! use fee of 5 cents a hundredweight the value of preventive measuresto "throw" anything not even ,
| and is estimated to add I reduce the tremendous number grass. It has no ejection opening :
I Close-Out (In I Ito costs about 6.1 to 7.2 cents o of accidents occuring each in the housing. A fan above the < Come in and see the full line of'Jeep'4-wheel

BROADLOOM BRAIDED per hundred pounds. I year. baffle blows everything down ;, drive vehicles. Learn the 7 exclusive reasons why'Jeep'
The stamping part of the device , As rye pointed out before against the ground. Another has:
I. Wool Rayon Nylon [RUNNING LOW] COMPARE does not come in contact !' safety precautions are somethingi S-shaped blades, reducing its ;, 4-wheel drive vehicles are your best buy!

fc2! $15.00 .. with the potatoes and the brandis i to observe every day and every power to hurl objects with any j ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION TODAY'reep
9x12 NOW completely edible. Also it week in the year. Practically great force. A new riding mow- ',
f 12x15 $29.0012x18
follows the contours and can !i everything we use today tools, er has a "dead man" control :
$39.00OPEN _ be used on damp potatoes. i home appliances, farm equip- when the driver leaves the seat,
'ment, autos or what-have-you the wheels stop and the bladesare 0

In Maine according to Produce | can become a hazard to life and locked.A .
$ I News, a new law provides I limb if we are careless with most unusual device is a ,
4 THURS. AND I that producers there can market them. rubber blade to fit all types of
1 FRIDAY | a new top quality grade under a Science and technology are rotary mowers. According to the AO NwJ ap'Wo oatarVEHICLES
I new trademark that will be used ; providing us with new devices summer issue of Family Safety ; MADE ONLY B/"N..J.---
10-6 P.M.ORIENTAL. only by licensed Maine shippers i almost daily which require con- the rubber blade bends when it
., '- Stock i whose potatoes can meet the stant attention and caution in strides an object including a j KAISER JeIJI CORPORATION
Io x 1t < : and handling.An rocks and
axis high standards. their use person's foot. It tosses
( I In turn all shippers using the : example is a recent report bottles only about,12 inches. But CARL' SCHMIDT: RAMBLER
.x S .
i RUG SHOP 1i x is trademarks labels will agree i concerning two employees of a it cuts grass very well.I l' .
M 3U{North lank Avtf.f ItUNN ItS I not to sell the product for less produce concern in Washingtonstate JEEP DIVISION' ..xTuesday '
"Sin. Blk, att 3. s-3. M-3 x IS-J x 1* KAISER PRESENTS
Office than a specified minimum price.It who wandered unthinkingly noted recently a report thata
lose 2 x s-.2 x IS-2 x 1$ 8 P. M.
) Winter--Park Fla. ........ ., is hoped the plan will end a into a CA (controled atmos California producer is pioneering LLOYD BRIDGES SHOW
-'- serious problem created by ship phere) apple storage room. They a piece of packaging- .. equip-I 2506 S. Orange Blossom Trail Kissimmee-,_. -

Bon Air i Building The HAN'U' I L Thursday 1 :30 P.M.5th .

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

three story masonry construction and has recently city's principal hotels. It also is close to the =' g y='.. =
) been redecorated. Formerly) operated passenger station' of the ACL railroad. -- SECOND FLOOR

i as the Bon Air Hotel, its' design and arrange- AUCTION .... : 8 LARGE ROOMS 5 BATHS
ment provides a versatile structure for multiple !- r. a w
The Bon Air Building consists of spacious -- --- THIRD FLOOR
rooms on the first floor formerly -used asTht's -

Lobby, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Bath -- =; 13 ROOMS 2 BATHS_AND.
building of excellent
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and Utility Room.These rooms are of arrange- 2r SHOWER.
Is 36 feet wide on Dakin Street and
ment and size to provide

approximately 65 feet'long on Pleasant St. waiting rooms, or retail sales floor and of- BID AND BUY _:._..-.. "-
Situated on this outstanding corner, frontage - -
fices. The second floor contains 8 large rooms -
- -
Is provided on 2 streets with an alley drive
and 5 baths. The Third Floor has 13 rooms, 2 -
and entrance the third side. There Is
on baths and a shower. Downtown Retirement Hotel or Nursing slbility should provide a steady demand for
also walk of the
a way at the rear building.
i Home. The Bon Air provides a marvelous op- Its apartments. These features and Its easy

i ii *' The building has been i recently renovated portunity to meet a great need in Kissimmee access to the passenger station of the ACL

Its location Is highly valuable. Just off the and redecorated and is ready to use. The 1 stand for a centrally located Retirement Hotel or Railroad makes the Bon Air an attractive opportunity -

main street of Kissimmee, Broadway, at the 2nd floors have modern flourescent Nursing Home. Retired couples who have for a small Hotel operation, appealing -

center of the city It_enjoys the retail traffic lighting.! .-' moved to Kissimmee, have a great need for to the permanent guest and the trans
',::-_ '," a facility such as this lust a few steps from sient.

'. '. . the downtown shopping district Theaters,
:',=,. - CASH PRIZES' Churches, and the shuffle board courts. A

s. prosperous investment awaits the person With very little alteration the building
,' '. SOUVENIRS GIVEN who provides this need. could be converted Into offices. The awange-

ment provides for suites and Individual offices

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i:" 'r to be able to live without the constant use offices or apartment on the upper floor
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1 the KlssinKnee Kbsimmee FU., 1'IHIn., X 19flft I
Gazette July ,
To ,Be ,
Space Show j Miss Watts Weds
Jordan Adds Minstrels I .
Held In Orlando Merry Jerry Rogers '_
Pointers Listed

! To Service Awards A never before seen space Mary Ruth Watts, daughter of
show one which was shownin Slated Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Watts Sanford -

'Capt Donald R. Jordan, son I an Army pilot; and he won the France only to compete with became the bride of Jerry Land I

of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bennett, triple threat designation by the Russian exhibits there will be Lee Rogers* son of Mr. and Mrs. Buying

of Kissimmee is being called atriple I awards he recently received at open to the public in Orlando in "If you were a mouse, not like the quiet of the coun Albert Rogers Kissixnxnee, at I ..

I threat man In Viet Nam. a ceremony in which Brig. Gen- October. would you like to live in a I I try. The two mice-and Aesop First Baptist Church, Sanford. in There is just one way to get levels will be necessary 'it-'may"

This was disclosed in a press eral Stilwell commanding general This was announced Monday at cozy, old-fashioned mouseholein -realize that "the grass is a 6 pjn. ceremony ,performed exactly the right house in exactly be wise to search farther. Good

release received by the Bennetts U. S. Army: Support Group a Rotary meeting by Henry W. the country, or would you I I not always greener on the Saturday by the Rev. Fred B. the right location: buy some drainage is essential the land

recently. in Viet Nam, made the presenta- Ostermeyer, public relations administrator prefer more modern mouse '"other side of the fence." Chance. land and build. This advice, in should be somewhat higher than
tions. for the city of Or- house in the city? Just as This delightful fable has The couple was attended by
whose the rMn
Jordan wife and children I' current issue Efog streets or roads that give access
with people it would prob- been fashioned into long Milton Bovis and Cath-
The lando. a John Amy
highest award he
also live in Kissimmee. is receivedwas Times, the Kiplinger Magazine, to it.
ably depend whetheryou one-act play by Michael Hall erine the bride's sister.
Called the upon Watts
the Distinguished Flying Space Science Achieve- includes the following] twelve I I -Sod and subsofl. Ideally, the
I ment it is like the wide open spacesor a young playwriting graduate'of The bride wore a short gownof
g Cross. It was given him for exceptional Program, being critical: points which should be soil should be stable and free
BROASTED the hustle and bustle of the Carnegie Tech drama Cfaantilace designed with ,
sponsored by NASA to tell the scoop
I heroism in
aerial flight school checked before a land purchaseis lot large rocks. If it will be
surburbia. and mounted Into a neckline and skirt featuring
what is
people in the
!against the Viet Cong Communist going on made.
CHICKEN to a septic -
necessary system
The ancient Greek story touring children's theatre production an organza streamer and
I force. This service was space program. The environment. The big have a percolation test
The exhibits teller Aesop treated this subject by The Merry Minstrels scalloped hem. A princess crown
FREEZETTEDRIVEIN I rendered while Capt Jordan was are "entirely new point to remember is that the made to determine whether the
1 with insight when a group of theatre
great people of pearls held her short veil of
and direct
I maintenance officer in the 57thI come to" us from the I I he wrote the fable to "The currently touring cl ldren's French illusion.: surroundings will not remain forever [soil is suitable. Any doubts
Paris Air Show I
I Helicopter Company. According Ostermeyer I'I when the lot about subsoil conditions shouldbe
as they are
Town Mouse and the Country shows In North and
said. The couple 'is on a wedding tripto I !
Ito the Army. it was through his Mouse" in or around the year Central Florida.On Sanibel Island. They will reside first is viewed. Today's serene, resolved by a civil engineer.
i actions that numerous rircraft, He said a similar show was [540 B.C. In his story, two cousin Sat., July 27, the Worn- in Kissimmee after July 25. ,pastoral setting can become to- -Boundaries. Have a survey
forced down by combat and mechanical presented some time ago in I mice pay each other visits an's Club of St. Cloud will morrow's|: cloverleaf interchange, I made and get permanent markers -

I failure, were recovered. Cleveland where the crowds][I in their respective homes. sponsor a performance of Summer Good !I[oil tank farm or apartment development !I placed on the corners' of the
It was this latter action that were so big the doors had to be "The i
j I The country mouse finds that Town Mouse and the Check the county property. Surveying the typical
I earned for him the Bronze Star. shut early. '!I''I she is not accustomed to the 'i Country Mouse" in The Worn Time To Check i j i!planning office to find out what tot only costs $50 or so and willreveal

The third award was the air The program is scheduled for noise of the city and the city !I an's Club of St. Cloud. Reading Habits i I I uses are proposed for all the any encroachments on the

I medal to which Captain Jordan the Orange County' fair grounds I mouse discovers that she does !I Youngsters of all ages will bland'! surrounding the property.Size property.
I now holds two Oak Leaf Hust Oct. 22 to 29. A kick-off dinner love the story of Betty Field- Summer is a good time to deal'with :; and shape. Usually a -Deed restrictions. The use

t ers. They were for sustained will be held Oct. 21. Notables Carroll Street mouse, the mouse from the the problem of students,,plot looks larger in its natural that can be uade of the land

aerial combat support missions from throughout the nation are country, who visits her social- who duck books so successfully:'state! than it does after it is I may be limited by restrictionsthat :

cJ1k I I against the Viet Cong, while flying being invited. Project Hits Snag minded city cousin, Mrs. Van- that by the.time they reach high,;'built upon. In rectangular lots, run with the deed. Have a
Army aircraft, and for : dermouse. The hilarious antics school they are completely out;':
N coordination 65 feet across the front and 100 lawyer check tor boobytraps. '
t of recovering and Mike Hankins Eddie demons, developer of: that occur In the city mouse's of practice and have difficulty::i feet in depth is minimal. An irre- -Zoning. Look into the zoning -
Smartett Inntluo or,dint T rtudcs apartment certain to doing regular school work according : I
search missions for downed air- has deeda are gular shape is not necessarily a for it what
tour in Central flond DeligltJo.r In Meet Tropical Park agreed to evoke gales of from to Changing Times, the governs you may
f*-ily . nonor four gnttlt craft. Qualifies 15 foot strip for additional rightof laughter problem, but it should be stud- do and what future neighbors
. by bringing t\em U t\ truly The captain also holds several Mike Hankins. 510 Brack I way along Carroll Street to all who attend.The Kiplinger Magazine.An ied carefully to make certain it may do.Taxes.
article in the current issue
six actors in the I'
unique dining roots.Tee... awards for heroism and distinguished the county, but he reportedlysaid play 'is: due. Any unpaid taxes
Street last weekendin
of the advises the following -.
will fancy magazine
wear mouse cos not.Topography.
,\ .....-. a Perti.e service in Korea. the mortgage holder, O. 9. : Is the lay ofi [from the past must be paid up
... Eustis Florida where the
..>. c-: B co. tumes. The setting is by procedure for parents:
II 0 7 Thacker, has refused to release I i i the land suitable for the type to make a dear transfer of title.
The District 2 AAU State Final Eliminations
average general news Frank Bennett, well-known "Take the child to the public
-8an 'tlnktd I jit without making a deal with I structure to be built upon it? If I'In addition, there will be taxes
with held. I '
'page advertising is read by i were designer for community the- library regularly; drop into the
IIIII three quarters of the women i I This meet is held annually to t the county. bookstore with him for the fun !|extensive changes in grade ,due for the current tax year.
., "
eM Heart The deal would be atre.Tickets
the openingup
.....--onw. reading a given issue of a news- I determine the six best swim- may be purchasedat of browsing; and introduce him i: .
i paper. .. mers in each age group from of another told road commissioners Bakers Dept. Store of St. to the hundreds of good exciting ++..... .. ........+
were Monday.The
each district in the State. These county wants to open Car- Cloud, Chamber of Commerceand paperbacks sold in drugstoresand i I + McKesson +
[six winners will swim in the Veterans Memorial Library supermarkets. The reason
''i roll Street up from Hwy. 441 to +
AAU State Finals in Leesburg. Bermuda Avenue. Some of the Curtain time is 2 p.m. many students don't read Is sim- 4s

I!-Florida August 1-3. 1963. property owners have agreed to The play Is approximatelyone ply that they rarely come in : +

BIG COOL j Mike swam in the allowed give the necessary land while hour long. touch with interesting books. ;
;three events and placed as follows -others are insisting on being paid. I +

in the district I LEGAL NOTICE !

'I' 100 yard Butterfly. First place: L4/1
yard place
; Telephone CompanyTo I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Sheriff of Os-
SMALL COST i and 100 yarn Individual Medley, .ceola County. Florida has in his possession the following unclaimed + I

Second place.Protests. Add New Tower bond money to-wlt: Date of Amt.of +

Florida Telephone Corp. has Depositor Defendant Bond Bond
Delay I .____ ___ : +
land for the erectionof Margaret Adams -- Margaret Adams 8/16/54 $25.00
I Lillian Black .._ Lillian Black ,.___ 1957 50.00
Line Construction a new micro-wave tower John C. Bolash ...- John C. Bolash _,_ 10/ 8/59 35.00
f Willard Criddle .... __ Willard Griddle _. 1/18/61 100.00
8,500 I through which all long distance Connie Cole ___ Connie Cole __ 9/12/6iJ 35.00
A protest by two Bay Street calls to and from Kissimmee will George L. Edwards ?._____ George Edwards _. - 6/ 1/60 250.00; i SALE i
has Marie O. Green ____ Marie O Green .- ll/ 3/59 35.00 :
property owners resulted in be routed.
I E. C Cardell ---...--- Paul Griffin ._ .. 12/ 7/58 5000
; COOLING the utility department's delaying The property was owned by W. 1 Philip Jenkins .______ Philip Jenkins ___ 3/15/57 25.00

construction of a new high volt- B. Makinson. It is located next!|I IJ L. K.F. Jackson Kelley _..__.._ J L.. K.F. Kelley Jackson._____ 1012I3/59 31ZZISS 35.00 35.00: : CONTINUES

age line.Frank. to the present telephone company -I 1 L. C King ._....__ L. C. King _._.__ 10/113/59 35.00 :
Woodall and F. L. El- building and Makinson I Leroy McCorkle ...___..__ Leroy McCorkle __..:.- Urnl'Sl 35.00
Thomas Maresea ____ Thomas Maresea .__ 3121/fIJ 35.00
liott appeared before the city I Hardware. I Clarence Miller ___..__ Clarence Miller __---.;._ 2/13/61 100.00 : | THROUGH +
Moa-l I L. V. Story _____ L. V. Story '- 8123/M 35.00
commission last week to 0"
I S 95 protest Joseph M. Thomas __. Joseph M. Thomas __.. 10/ 7/58 35.00B.
/ J RL 406 199 the installation of the line down t Effort Made To I Wiley Wade _._._. B. Wiley Wade __- 1/13/59 35.00I : J SATURDAY
Bay Street I which unclaimed bond money came Into his hands In eases which have J
been finally dsposed of or bonds entreated and no Information filed,
GENERAL ELECTRIC Elliott, who retired after beinga I Start United Fund I or defendant bound over and no Information filed or In which no case s
line foreman for" many years, has been made prior to January 1. 19G2, and for which moneys claim
has not been made.
said the line could go elsewhere i Another effort is to be made I Persons having or claiming any Interest In said funds or any portion jBROADWAYPHARMACYtT
and that it would ruin the trees of them shall file their written claims with the Sheriff of Osceola
I establish United Fund in
1 jto a I
County Florida, on or before September 1, 1963. and shall make sufI '
that make Bay Street pretty. "I Osceola County. I ficlent proof to said Sheriff of their ownership thereof. Unless claim
Woodall,_ too; protested be-i I This, was disclosed at a re- I Is filed within such time as aforesaid all claims In reference theretoare -
forever ,barred and said unclaimed bond moneys shall be declared
I cause of the' trees, but he also cent chamber of, commerce forfeited to Osceola County. Florida under the provisions. of Section :it! SUMMER' SALE TO STOCK UP ON :
i oM MR CONDITIONERTWOSPEED said the "high voltage line 'would board.of directors meeting when. 116.21.. Florida-Statutes.; of : + :r-" .;. _--J--. #..,- '.. '
Dated JulyfcJ.963. TU
thisjC22nd.jday ; -
probably wreck his radio, transmission it was asked to have Carroll . .. ". s/ ROBERT M. .BUCKETS. : S YOUR EVERYDAY NEEDS .
and receiving and that Starling, one of its members, ,: sS lf5r"6sceoIa 0 County. ?FloridaJuan Pj IPfr" t ......OOBeA.A..O

COOLING . LOW for quiet,*Ag** he served as a volunteer weather take an active part in the work. I

comfort or HIGH,, for maximum cooling. This required the I Horace Phipps, Earl Harris,f .

4 t AUTOMATIC THERMOSTAT . IftJntallllJUltright and J. J. Griffin 3d have been

temperature. Choose from ten setting I working on tentative planningfor When climbing counts clines! It's the South's most popular family of

0 WASHABLE AIR FILTER . saves time and !i County Declines I the United Fund ever since .. gasolines-Crown Extra, Crown, Economy Crown
the Red Cross drives in Kisslimmee
money. It washes right in the sink. River ProblemCounty each famous for
and St. Cloud. STANDARD STANDS OUT long-running mileage, dependable
ADJUSTABLE AIR DIRECTOR..allows,: strata*)* commissioners here Phipps said, he believes thatif performance, top power at its price.

discharge for maximum penetration or on upwardtemple Is engine talking back with wasteful Whatever needs there's Standard
have declined to enter into the I a United Fund were established your your car a
( to 45-degrees. question of opening part of the in Kissimmee, it would re- knock, needless stop-and-stall? Make it pur-r-r gasoline that's just right. So stop at the Stand

I,. St. Johns River to noncommercial ceive a pro-rata share of the with power! Fill up with the fuels custom-made ard sign, where we take better care of your car.

PARKS FURNITURE COMPANY frog fishing. payroll deductions made at for go-go-go Dixie driving-today'sStandard gas STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
The commission had been requested plants where Osceola residents

,E ,KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD to take action by the work.
Brevard Power and AirBoat h
County '
x: 847-4171 892-2011 I Association. He said he Is hoping to have ) R
I sufficient groundwork done so I II
I that a special committee, of

I some 10 or 16 persons, will be.i 4
able to meet in August to set

I the plan into operation. It would

r result he hopes, in a campaign

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-- ------------ NOTICE T"i F.O'ji NAVES OF PERSONS STOVES .
Notice Is hereby given that the APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF ttnuoeutOftS
ARTICLES WANTED I II Board of County Commissioners of ABANDONED ROERTY Call.. :
Osceola County. Florida will meetat Pursuant to Section 13 of Chapter USED Co.
fOR SALE REALTORAMALovely 10:00 A.M. Monday. August 5th. 717. Florida Statutes, entitled "Flo- Parks :
1963. for the purpose of reviewing rlda Disposition of Unclaimed FURNITURE.
and equalizing; the valuations as ..f Yo.r
I erty Act notice Is hereby Prop-I For fnmft Eo.
Secretary. Experienced. Some fixed by the Assessor of Taxes of that the persons listed wII-Thunnend

- bookkeeping. Must be neat in Osceola County. Florida on both ,pear to be the owners of I URlG AtOa
BABQ AJN BABN I Real and Personal Property within ed personal or Intangible property 1013 Wa tOn r h ORLANDO ..*... 547.1171Christian
c.m" tel zrp.n I.: T.ifft appearance. Air conditioned office Modern 3 Bedroom, the said County for the year A. D. presumed abandoned.2O3610001. I II BtatflBBSflBaESS ESS B SS tt
Rraihe 1e; Ear Bobs le; 8aea pleasant surroundings. Sal- 1963. This Notice Is In compliance I Samuel Summerlln. I BBHHIhHBE Stc BIfiHimQB VE BBVnBV B MaFtowwv KI
S7e; Selu lie Pillow. with the provisions of Section 193.25 !
; 7fei 2 Bath Home with accent on Kissimmee. Florida.
Commensurate with ability For AH OccasionsELLIE
Shirt $1; Pasts SI; Dresses ary and Section 200.19 Florida Statutes. Information concerning' the -.

81.M: Rags Sie; N.I... lie; Marathon Aviation. Kissim- inside and out. . Board of CountyCommissioners amount or description of the ProPerty I, Science
Haakit ftc: Paatiec lie Belts space ,
; and the name and address of HUGH'S
lie; Cap lie; Spread' mee airport. 847-3703. by /s/ Harris C. Dunlel the holder may be obtained by any Society
Hair Nets 4e; T-S"I rt. Me*. 'Good neighborhood . Chairman of said Board persons possessing an Interest In ; .( Back
1st. Ate Mte
Nearly Everybody Trade at The NEED SCHOOL FUNDS? Built-in July 18. 25. 1963 the property by addressing an Inquiry I FLORIST :"..tla liP."
BarrafB Barm. Onto t* Slbert HOUSEWIVES like yourself are Large Rooms to Ray E. Green. State comptroller I II II 30* N. Hn..lphSMST
Mills la Daveaport. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOB as Administrator. Abandoned 2S ttOADWAT M7-4S11 . .
Sarvktt . . 11 ajSMfey
t lmecllatel,. Follow incomes Kitchen and of
.11"8' earning good by representing plenty TAX DEED Property Division Capitol. Tallahassee I I
BARGAIN BARN. l . . . MO .
Avon Cosmetics NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Florida. Be sure to mention kft* ajGREEN'S
openings -
Opem Week Days Aid 'Suadayaa THAT John B. Farmer the holderof account number name and address 'I
now available for qualified the following certificate has filed as published In this notice. ; LEARN I
.I women. Write Avon Man. said certificate for a tax deed to Unless proof of ownership Is pre- BARBERING
FOR SALE: Upright piano. 103 be Issued thereon. The certificate sented to the holder by September I..are Test fatare la a
ager P. O. Box 2427 Vero number and year of Issuance the 28. 1963. the property will be delivered I well-pmjrlag prefesiUsi FUEL
Sumner. Phone &174346.FOR Beach Florida. PRICED BELOW TODAY'S MARKET description of the property and to the Administrator. Thereafter -: Day Night GlasserV.A.
the name In which It was assessedis all further claims must be; Approved
SALE: Fishing boat and FOR THIS AREA. as follows: directed to the Administrator.Ray Orlando Barber College Sales and Service

motor. Louis Smith 217 N. Certificate No. 109. Year of Issuance E. GreenAs 33!! 8. Orange BI...... Tr.
REAL ESTATE t I May 29. 1961 Description of AdministratorJuly GA A-H79
Randolph Ave.KEROSENE ... MAY WE SHOW YOU THIS Property: Orange Blossom Addn 18. 25. 1963 rHOM 147-4172 M7417I
Elk B Lot 4 & 4B Section 5/6. KtSSIMMH
Name In which assessed: George B. IS HEREBY GIVEN .SAND ROCK Phone
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. FOR RENT Furnished three Adair. THAT two public hearings shall be For Co Delivery:
OSCEOLA OIL 00. 1110 CASH *17,400TERMS All of said property being In the held by the Central & Southern MORTAR MIX Harold Wigal 847-2038
bedroom house close in. Phone County of Osceola. State of Florida. Florida Flood Control District: one STEEL & WIRE MESH R. A. H MMT 847-4539
NORTH MAIN ST. 847-39O. 8473212. Unless such certificate or certifi- on August 2, 1963 at 10 a.m. on the Kenneth M.dio! .

cates shall be redeemed according Okeechobee County Courthouse at : 892-7695 [St. Oowd]
. .1 to law the property described In Okeechobee; the other on August
Please see this before you decide such certificate or certificates will o. 1963 at 10 a.m. In the community 1xt111875Ai0f7 For Cat Service: Phone '

RENTFOR : to buy. Lovely lakefront home be sold to the highest bidder at the house on Monument Ave., Klsalm- J. 8. RewntrM 847-4062
-FOR 3 bedrooms and full tile bath. I FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS Court House Door on the first Mon mee-for the purpose of obtaining I Robert AlUn
the views of citizens In regard to
J day In the month of August. 1963.
Completely equipped kitchen which Is the 5th day of August. hours of operation of locks now beIng Emory Bremen 8474570Leo
built on the Kissimmee waterways Girovrd.: 847-2061
RENT: Furnished three and laundry. Hardwood floors INC. 1963.Dated this 4th day of July 1963. located between Lake Okee- R. R Hall 892-1212 St. Cloud

bedroom house. Close in. Phone quality drapes. Large lot roadto /GLENN RAY chobee and Lake Tohopekaliga or coil H. T. Simmons, Mgr.
Central & Southern Florida Flood
Clerk of Circuit Court.
boat basin. You will '
847-3212. agree I 2 Broadway ivissimmtva Osceola County Florida. Control District KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX
with us that this home reflects 847-3156 847-3157 i.(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) / Its governing board Robert O'Eerry 147-3219 ,

FOR RENT-Two houses 2 bed loving care. Offered to you at'I July 4, 11. 18. 25. 1963 Riley S.July Miles 25, August chairman 1. 1963 R. W. latuter 847-3442

rooms each screened porches 517,500. Florida Realty Counsel J I Phone John Evans, St. Cloud 892-3482
_ IN THE : 847.3524
Inc. 2 Kissim- OF INTENTION TO I .
nice shade. Reasonable rates. ors. Broadway I JUDGE'S COURT MAKE APPLICATION TO THE I I
No pets. 1'%-mUes south of mee. 8-17-3156 or 8473157. IDORA PARK 2 houses 11 3 BEDROOM OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. BOARD OF COUNTY -

Post Office. Phone 847-3527 or tra lots. 5110 month ex-I Concrete block house almost I NO. COMMISSIONERS OF OSCEOLA I IAUS-SR "ICIT
847-3626. Choice location. 17500. new . Carport, utility room, MATTIE B. TYNER. Deceased. OF PLAT IN OSCEOLA COUNTY i Radio and
private neighborhood. Eddie demons Tropical Park. NOTICE TO CREDITORS FLORIDA ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
oaks low low down gravel roof, plastered walls, TO ALL CREDITORS LEGATEES TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
; payment. I
room trailers, by week or 9500. Reduced from $11,500for newly d.c rat.d.. Full the bath; SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Charles P. Alcorn and Betty M. Al- V

month. Rainbow Mobile Homes quick sale. Florida Realty FOR RENT-Furnished apartment concrete vinyl tile floors Gas AGAINST SAID ESTATE: corn. his wife, that they Intend to PARKS FURNITURE CO.
You and each of
you are hereby apply to the Board of County Commissioners
and Trailer Park, MichiganAve. Counselors Inc., 2 Broadway reasonable-rent. Call 847- built-in wall heaters . Cost notified and required to present of Osceola County Florida ,, CnUMM* Si. Owtf

% mile -off Vine Street Kissimmee. 847-3156 or 8473157. 3013 after 5 p. m. or contact '7,500 to build . Yours for I I any_ claims which you. or eitherof on the 12th day of August I
)IOu. may have against the es- 1963. at 11:00 A.M., while said --
Past Bowling alley. TRAILER LOTS-510 down 58 Mrs. Jane Stanko. 203 South '6,150. -2,000down, '52.00 tate of Mattle B. Tyner. deceased. renlso session, after the pub
late of Osceola Florida, ;
Clyde Avenue.LAKEFRONT to this Notice In The Kis
month. Electric and good wa- month. the County Judge of said countyat simmee Gazette for at least two 1 NORRIS CLEANERS

FOR RENT: Two and three ter. Tropical Park on Route H 0 M E S FOR EDDIE CLEMONS Kissimmee.his office Florida In the within Courthouse six calendar at- weeks.the following to have portion said Board of Plat vacate of I

room apartments. Aircondition- 441 in North Kissimmee. Why SALE-2 bedrooms one bath. 847-2380, Tropical Park months from the date of the Cowart's Subdivision located In Os NORRIS CLEANERS Will ClOSE FOR VACATION
first '
ed Morefield Building opposite high rent? Three bedrooms bath. publication of this notice. ceola County. Florida Including
pay one Bargain, Close Out Sale. I Each claim or demand must be In all of the named and/or unnamed
postoffice. Also furnished Three bedrooms two baths. writing and must state the place streets on said plat of Cowart's I, AUGUST 3rd TO SEPTEMBER 2nd.KISSIMMEE'S .
FOR SALE-Large trailer park t of residence of the claimant and Subdivision to-wlt >
house 606 EmmettAPARTMENTS Four bedrooms two baths. I'
subdivision central water must be sworn to by the claimant All of Lots 17. inclusIve. of'!
sys Priced from 511,000 up furnished LEGAL NOTICESIN his agent or attorney or the same Cowart's Subdivision In Osceola ;
FOR RENT $9 tem. Eddie demons. Tropical I and unfurnished. W. H. THE COURT OF will become void according to law. County. Florida recorded In Plat ,i FINEST
This the 25th day of June, 1963. public recordsAND '!
Park Route 441 in North THE COUNTY JUDGE -
$11. $12 per week. Mrs. Paul on Morse Corporation 323. Broad- .. OSCEOLA COUNTY. RAYMOND STEWART TYNER. of Osceolaacount y. Florida LESS 103 East Dakin Telephone 847-4941
Davis. 114 Emmett Street. Kissimmee. Telephone 847-3133. STATE OF FLORIDA Executor of the Estate of EXCEPT Beginning at the ;
way. IN RE: ESTATE OF Mattle B. Tyner. deceasedMurray Northwest corner of said Lot 7. I
LARGE DISCOUNTS on good 6- CHARLES L. VAUGHAN. W. Overstreet. Jr. run southeasterly along said lot -
Kitchenettes; rooms and trailer FOR SALE: Expressway Homes deceased. Attorney for ExecutorI line and along the rightofwayof J I
apartments wi ,Ja!\ shut- per cent real estate land on- moved to your lot. Some withno NOTICE OF FILING PETITIONFOR I I P. O. Box 492Kissimmee -- -- -- U. S. Highway 192 a distance'
Florida of 100 feet thence 34* 30"West
tracts. Invest safely double FINAL DISCHARGE OF ; run
fleboard. By.'week,i, month or.1 down payment. Small ANCILLARY ADMINISTRATRIX July 4. 11. 18. 25. 1963 156.3 feet moreor less to ,

year. Capitol Motel St. Cloud your money. Eddie Demons, 1 monthly payments. Phone 847- CUM TESTAMENTO ANNEXO NOTICE TO DEFENDIN the' water's edge of Lake Alligator ROTHROCK
Tropical Park 8472380.i ; thence return to point of be-,
Hwy. 441. 2367 after 6 p.m. Jewell House NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
ginning at the Northwest cornerof
that I have filed my final returnas THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN .
Movers. Ancillary Administratrix cum AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCE Lot 7: thence u.runto 39 W 150 I
testamento annexo of the estate of OLA. STATE OF FLORIDA. IN feet, more or the water's''
I i I FOR SALE: Three bedroom Charles L. Vaughan deceased: thatI CHANCERY. MARIE MILDRED edge of Lake Alligator;, thence,I SEPTIC TANK !
I have filed my petition for distribution JAMES Plaintiff. VS. EDWARD run southeasterly along the waiters ,
house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x and for final discharge PORTER JAMES. Defendant NO- edge to where the water'sedge

300. Air conditioned. Priced to and that on August 12 1963 I will TICE TO DEFEND. The State of ; of Lake Alligator Intersects'with I'
apply to the Honorable O P. Johnson Florida to EDWARD PORTER the most easterly line of
sell. Contact Betty Eby, 847- County Judge of Osceola JAMES. Address Unknown. You are this tract.
2881 or 847-4266. County, Florida for approval of hereby notified that a suit In equityfor DATED CHARLES of July. 1963. i! Culvert Tile for Driveways
+ saidfinal return and for an orderof divorce has been brought I
distribution and for dischargeas by MARIE MILDRED BETTY M. ALCORN i i Septic Tanks-a size for every need.
i against you
FOR SALE Building lots in Ancillary Administratrix cum JAMES in the Circuit Court of .the July 25.: August 1. 1963 i jI

Johnson Park replat with all testamento annexo of the estate of Ninth Judicial Circuit In and For |I Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
Charles L. Vaughan. deceased. of Florid -
County of Osceola State
improvements. FHA approved. July 6. 1963. and you are hereby summon Real Estate j
51,500 each. 1-15 lots. See sMARY R. Vaughan ed. ordered and required to file I
Ancillary Administratrix your written answer or defenses to 15 Years Experience'K.
Charles B. Gonyo 1405 Emmett
v as aforesaid *' the Complaint filed herein againstyou
Street Phone 847-3m Phillip R. Kelley In the above entitled cause. In Transactions C. ROTHROCK owner and
\j operator
P.O. Box 331Kissimmee the office of the Clerk of the d r. ,
iO1COOKJWITHEECAUSE GAS Florida cult Court In and .for OsceolaCounty.
BUY FROM THE Attorney for AdministratrixJuly Florida at his office In BirdIe L. Kuhn and husband to''
11, 18, 25. August 1. 1963 the Court House In Kissimmee David L. Kuhn. Kissimmee.
GAZETTE ADVERTISERS Florida on ,or before the fourth W. F. Edwards and wife to Florida I

AMERICA'S FINEST IN THE COURT OF THE day of August A.D., 1963. and to Power Corp.. 11200. Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.
COUNTY I serve a copy of such answer or defenses Paul W. Sowers and wife to Carl ,
RANGES ARE GAS RANGES OSCEOLA upon Thacker and Thacker. C. Drummond and wife. Kissim

Flexible and efficient, meeting -1 IN RE THE ESTATE OF ) i Plaintiffs attorneys herein, whose mee. $22.500.Harry .
modem cooking need Fast HELON NAOMI WOOD_ I address Is Box 527 Kissimmee.. *10- Tzeses to Bennette Lowen-
every Manual Deceased. ) rlda, on or before said date as required stein Springfield, N. J., 5200. I PHONE3524 L
clean economical cooking. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo by law. If you fail to do Deward Clifton and wife to Lee
controls or fully automatic.You all Creditors Legatees. DIs- I so. a Decree Pro Confesso will beentered O Benton and wife. Kissimmee. .
can expect outstanding performance tributees and all Persons having against you for the relief $8.600. '
with a distinctive Claims or Demands against said demanded In the Complaint. Alex A MacDlarmld and wife to'' I
Green's Fuel Gas Range. Estate: '. WITNESS my hand as perk of Franklin L. Poffenbaugh and wife. :
You and each of you are hereby I said Circuit Court of Osceola County. St. Cloud. $2.100.
notified and required to present 1 Florida. and the Seal of said Adam McCully Jr. and wife and STEEL SALES -
IA I any claims which you. or either of I Court at Kissimmee. Osceola Coun- William A McCully and wife to'
# :you. may have against the estate ty. Florida on the 1st day of July James R. Desklns and wife St. '
GREENS FUEL _( of HELON NAOMI WOOD deceased A.D.. 1963. Cloud 38.000.Frederic ANY DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
late of Osceola County. Florida /GLENN RAY A. Bordeaux and wife
I IT to the County Judge of said i, GLENN RAY Clerk of to Rolland C. McKInney and wife. .
...- I County at his office In the Court i the Circuit Court. St. Cloud 1300. Competitively Priced
HEfJ1 GAS, -I .,. 0 House at Kissimmee. Florida with- j I Osceola County Florid Alex A. Mac Dtarmld and wife i
..' . I In six calendar months from the <: (SEAL) to John L. Davis. and wife. St. ,
.. ;....... .:.:/:....... "'1. date of the first publication of this i.TRACKER AND THACKER Cloud. 14750.' i, TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS I
',..,. ." I Notice. Each claim or demand must Attorneys for Plaintiff James W. Renneker and wife to ,
(;.. :.... .eo .' ., be In writing and must state the P.O. BIN 527. Kissimmee Fla. Frances Jean Pence. St. Cloud. HORSf nurses AND UTILITY TIAILttS
PARKS FURNITURE CO. .. .... ,...'...', ., .:., .. I place of residence of the claimant I II July 4. n, 18. 2S. 1963 $200. II
. _,. ..h .. ..:'..,...,' I and must be sworn to by the claimant [ Wayne Lake and wife to Helwtg BUILT AND REPAIRED
: ;. . .. \ his agent or attorney or the'I THE COUNTY JUDCESCOURT. H. L. Schmoock and wife, St. ( '
"See Us For Your Gas ,Appliances"KISSIMMEE ... ,... .,. . .' "'. ." h. I same will become void according OSCEOLA COUNTY. Cloud. $2.000. j i Ci.jlH. lUWk WcUtof A* -Al wert '--41....
.' ; : .'... "h\ to law. FLORIDA. W. B. Maklnson and wife to Flo-,
ST. CLOUD I ; .....;; ....... ..,, . ... This the 25th day of June 1963. t NO. rids Telephone Corp.. Ocala 5000. :
. .' ,"'e . ...\ ..:: ...,. 1 Is/ H. T. WOODAdministrator IN RE. ESTCHRISTOPHER OF Richard O. Bronson wife to> Old OrUndo Hwy. iw.. Uvwt* k Market.If. .
847-4171 892-2011 I I, l. i, .. . tI of the S. GREEN Dorothy W. Bullock Kissimmee. ;
I .. :... .. u ....;: the Estate of Deceased. $3.000.; i I 1, lox 2JI-A ICI...........
. .. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Hubert D. Greear and '
.. ., .... Helon Naomi Wood. Loan
1 MAKE APPLICATION FOR First Federal Savings and
: ;... ;.: :::. '::. | TRACKER AND THACKERi FINAL DISCHARGE Assn. of Osceola County $25.900.
(.;.. f ..,i!: I I i Box 527. Kissimmee Fla. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Edward H. Platt to William I LOU YOUNG WELDING
I| Attorneys for Administrator : Proctor Green. Kissimmee. 4300. i> ,
Of I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Sunshine State Land and Development -'
For Any .Y4.11.18.26,1963. that Murray W. Overstreet J Co. Inc. to Woods L. Nel
Ahoy th.r., eroty.Oonif I I filed his final return as adminis- son. Pulaskl. Va., L300.. PHONE 847-3191
rg.t praat tA. Foe klY. I! COUNTY JUDGE. I trator of the Estate of Christopher Steelman J. Borden and wife to
: These Services t OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA I S. Green deceased; that he has Samuel James Taulbee and wife. ,
vacation with L NOTICE TO CREDITORS : tiled petition for final discharge. I Columbus AFB. Miss.. 1500.
M b.oHP IN RE THE ESTATE OF and that he will apply to the Hon- N. Albert Payne and wife to William -
t FRANK VINE. orable 0. P. Johnson. County Judgeof I D. Preston and wife Ft Ben-
New Houses Deceased. Osceola County. Florida on the nlng. Ga. $4.500. OSCEOLA TIRE
To aU Creditors Legatees. Dlstrtb-t 12th day of August. 1963. for approval I Harry Tzeses and wife to Theo
I utees and all Persons having of same and for final discharge dore R. Kuhn. Merrttt Island '
COIftfftercialStnlchlres Claims or Demands against said* as administrator of the estate $3,500. SERVICECustom
I Estate: of Christopher S. Green de- B. Stewart as trustee to Irr.
P I You and each of you are hereby!I'I c.-sed. Ralph F. Miles and John Tobias ($)
notified and required to present;! This 8th day of July 1963- as trustees Miami. $24.000.J. Recapping W
any claims which you or either of I ./ MURRAY W OVERSTREET. Jr. Douglas Baker and wife to
t Remodeling 'I you. may have again the estates I'' Administrator of the Estate o( Herbert STGoy and wife Vero 223 3. BERMUDA
of FRANK VINE deceased, late of Christopher S. Green. dace Beach. $400. I
Additions Osceola Count 1'-' Florida to the:j July 1. 18 25. Aug. 1. 1963 L. C. Cook and wife to Albert PHONE 847-2207
I County Judge of raid County at i! Rogers and wife and Murray Rogers .;,I
his office In the Court House at1' NOTICE TO BIDDERS and wife. Kissimmee. $3.400. ..
Aluminum Kissimmee. Florida within six calendar -!1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to Anna Elizabeth Flowers and husband .
months from the date of the: all interested bidders that the to Lothar H. Gootd and wife.
Siding first publication of this Notice !': Board of County Commissioners of Kissimmee.
I Each claim or demand must be In!t Osceola County. Florida. will receive Sylvania S. Speed to Warren L. KWSSi-
writing and must state the place i,'. sealed bids until 10:00 A.M., Gallagher. Kissimmee. minimum i .,q
I AluminumAwnings I of residence of the claimant and July 29. 1963. for one 1963 compact stamps.
must be sworn to by the claimant i station wagon to be used by the Louis R. Zlemann to Peggy tan ECONOMIZE!
j I his agent or attorney or the same i,, Osceola County Road Department. Holman St. Cloud. $3.:00.
will become void according to law. Delivery Is to be made at the Os- A. O. Mann Enterprises Ine. to'
I This the 12th day of July. 1963. ceola County Road Department Of- Mabel Miller Klsmlmmee, $2.250.
Storefront (s) DANIEL J. VINE fice. Kissimmee Park. Florida Elton Forehand and wife to ,|, Extra 4HlKT ....
i Executor of the Estate of Specifications may be obtained James Dampier and wife. Lough-1
MarcpieeEstimates I FRANK VINE deceased. from Glenn Ray. CI< At Ne Rrtre Ceatn.
THACKER AND THACKER County Commissioners Smith and wife to Robert :
at his
PHONE 847-4121 I PO BOX 527. Kissimmee. Fla. fice In the Courthouse In K1u1mi S. Hensel and wife St. Cloud. I ; ,
Attorneys for Executor mee. Florida. -
July 18. 25.: August L 8. 1963 i j I i Immediately following 'the time Kendall C Beavers and Richard I "-a 47-427
,!,I above H. Cooper and wife to W. J. Brack .
shown the
proposals received
LUPFER'S1insurance "You are hereby notified that will be publicly opened and read. Jr. and wife. Narcooaaea.

Florida Community Developers The County reserves the right to }Member of Osceola LoaM BaSfen AiYeIst1M
reject any and all bids and to
Corp to
L Moore,. Jr. of County Commissioners: to of the Osceola Board waive. formalities. IN JUST 15 MINUTESIF

Agency County to vacate the plat of Central BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS YOU HAVE TO .
TRIANGLEBUILDING to the Acres plat thereof Section recorded Two. according In Plat FLORIDACOUNTY. SCRATCH YOUR ITCH. OSCEOLA CEMENTPRODUCTS.

918.- 1963 Book 1 Section 2 at page 437 of (SEAL) Year Ole back at any dingdeed
the Public Records of Osceola Q.J .4JTiac -
County said application for vacation By HARRIS Chairman G. DANIEL ... Be Itek sad ", rang. Aau.Plkad' INC..
11 Stewart R* of plat to take place tar kills cento speed .ea1f.c.
12 Broadway-Ntxt To The Bank-847-4121 possible In accordance th soonas the July 18. 23. 1963 .,.." for _... ..__ ...... Itltell. ,
Pfeeee 947-2270 laws of the State of Florida. .. ...... .srtaee PSI.Hui. ... KOW at NEPTUNE !
I July 18, 29. 1963 sH P IN KJ5&IMllit. ....... ROADI ---II.... UU

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