Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00290
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Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: August 1, 1963
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Oct. 11, 1984.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079939
Volume ID: VID00290
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
lccn - sn 95026784
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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J ; ::,-- 'o KJ4\ KUsimmee.Entered as Osceola Second County.Class Matter Florida KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST i, 1963 Established 847-2881 1894Pbone PRICE TEN CENTS

1 1sl By CommissionThree''''J.JJL 1023 HeadSold !New Rates Go 'O I i'T i'-- tr" ; -.' ': o, !I

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bids, received by Osceola g
r ;e County Commissioners Monday I Into Effect Today 1 , ,. '

for a compact station wagon Market :"; : I
wiaJ were tossed out to bids. Electric rates will change fora national known utility engineers, .,.

The move was made after sev- At the Kissimmee Livestock majority of the Kissimmee utility after their conducting a, rate .jo :-.' .
1 thi eral local auto dealers protestedthe I, Market Wednesday, 1023 cattle customers starting Aug. 1. study here. .' :
specifications. for the car were and calves sold compared City commissioners last Tues- The -! .,' ,
were new rates are designed so
J both confusing and tending to. day night adopted a new electricity .
to 593 week to greater of
a ago. as encourage use
to r 1 omit several cars from inclusionin An aggregate stocker demand and water ordinance which electricity-the more that is used -c; lr
the bid.
provides for
al resulted in 82 percent of this rate changes, the lower the unit cost.
Dave Burthfield St. Cloud! changes in policy' and puts into -, ,
sale returning to pasture at The new rates also give a breakto
Chevrolet dealer and of those legal form which
1 1It one markets first seasonal special some policies the bigger electrical users,
auto men present charged the have been used without being F.
r d
.fir calf sale, which was comprisedof but establishes a demand charge
Ic; !V commission:::: with "going throughthe formally adopted in the past.
s 85 percent calves. Best action which means that big users will
same thing every time" in] For those in the lower use
250-500 lb. calves. have to fixed monthly
was on pay a
first drawing up bids, and then I brackets, there will be an increase \ .,
J Slaughter class offerings too charge whether they use any elecitv -
1 realizing it had omitted certain For those in the middle -
limited for test except cows or not.
dealers without meaning to do so. most popular group there
steady to strong and calves This system is ,customary and!
He asked commissioners to call will be no change. And in the
is established because
of the
steady. Stocker steers about -
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Photo Hamrick)) for a meeting of all area auto very high brackets, there shouldbe -
Higgins ( by steady heifers and cows scarce need to have standby power for .
dealers, to allow them to workin some decrease.The .
I and calves steady to $1.00 high- them along with other special !
of : schedule set
the preparation specificslions new rate was

The J.: V. Higgins'Note which would give without the coon omit- er.Standard and good yearling up by Day & Zimmerman inter- equipment. i -
ty what it wants, ,
slaughter heifers 21502350. NEW STREET MARKERS New street markers have
interested dealer.
1 ting any
After half an hour of discus- Utility cows 515.75-17.50 one Hearing Slated been placed on Broadway replacing the old cement mark-

Anniversary sion, commissioners:: agreed at Commercial 1800.* canner and en which were located at street level. (Photo by Ham-

., least in part. They returned the cutter $12. -15.75. rick).

I Mr.. and Mrs. J. V. Higgins I grandchildren. Four of their three bids to the dealers present,I and Good$20.50-23.25.calves $23. utility-24.5O, 518.00-stand- On School Budget !

'J of Campbell Stationed were children live here. They are and approved a motion by Com-
'[ honored on their 50th wedding Mrs. Arthur Bowman, Will, missioner Chester Barber to "re-:j 20.50. FCD Sets Three
:t anniversary Sunday dE and Frank Higgins. The advertise (for bids) because oi I Good 425-525 lb. yearling feed-I A hearing on the Osceola County board on the budget. However, !!

l lit when their children entertain others are Mrs. James Thompson the apparent confusion in the mat er-stocker st-eers 522.00-24.50, school budget was to be heldat it is more a matter of routine :,
ed with "Open House" at their Titusville; Mrs. J. A. Rogers ter..n common and medium 400-800 lbs.I 11 a.m. Tuesday, William and procedure than anything else j
: \ home. Clermont; Elmer Higginsand Specifications called for a com $17. -21.00. Stephens, superintendent of in that the board would not be < Meetings On
station wagon-without actually Good 250-500 lb. calves $23.00- schools, announced.The .
They moved to Florida eleven Mrs. Thelma Newby of pact required to make changes. j
from Chatta describing what was meant 26.00, medium $21. -24.00, com- budget totals
years ago Chattanooga.At I 52,373,121 Another meeting of interest to j
1 nooga, Tennesee where he re the "Open House" a tier- by the word compact-and listed mon $17. -21.00. Medium and and was prepared under the di- the taxpayers is the session at Lock ControlsThe
tired as a textile worker. ed wedding cake, decorated in certain engine tire and chassis 1 good 100-250 lbs. 524.00-29.50, one rection of James Winland, coun- the court house at 10 a.m. Aug-;i

)t They have eight children, gold and white was served to sizes which certain dealers missed $31.75, common 18002500. ey school finance officer. ust 5, At that time the county j I'
4 t four boys, and four girls, 19 their many friends who called by fractions of inches. There was a 5497,113 carry- commissioners will sit as a board j Central and Southern Florida -|boats of 6-foot draft A seventh
J i grandchildren and eight during the afternoon. Plans Made To over from last year. Of that of equalization. Flood Control District will'! lock, of similar size, is under con-

Petitions For ASC amount, 5297,732 was in the Harris Daniel, chairman of the i i conduct three public hearings early i struction between Lake Cypressand
Film Boat-A-Cade form of investments. next month on hours of opera-1 Lake Tohopekahga.
commission, calls attention to I; .
11 i Flood Control Cuts CommitteemenBeing The Boat-A-Cade committeegave State and federal funds will the limited authority of the com- tion of seven boat locks now being In addition to lock-and-spillway
built in the Kissimmee River construction, work is
bring 51,009,630 into the county. mission. It is authorized to correct underway on
to to film
Accepted approval ,a plan County and district ad valorem inequities but it cannot re- :Basin and two locks recently completed contracts totaling $6.2 million for
Chances Of Storm the forthcoming cruise for tele- taxes will make up all but $1,251of I assess an individual's property on the northwest hore of dredging of the first 15-nules of
vision and theater show-
I I The Osceola ASC County Committee possible the balance required.To simply because the taxpayer believes ',Lake Okeechobee. the new river channel and $915-
announced today that nom- ings.K.. raise 5635,952 in Riley S. Miles Chairman of the I 661 for construction of a Seaboard
it has been too
county highly ,
inating petitions for ASC county C. Moore Jr., chairman of FCD Governing Board, said the Railroad Bridge.In .
: Like 1928 'CaneThe a levy of 5.55 mills was I valued by the assessor. :
committeemen will be accepted at the Boat-A-Cade, said he would voted by the school board. To The county budget has not yet i first of the hearings will be at 10 the Upper Kissimmee Basin
'the 'ASCS county office through discuss the proposed filming get 5229,172 in district ajn. Friday August 2, in the I flood control works to be built at
day was little different aster in the history[ of the United Friday, August 9. Eligible persons with the city commission.The taxes school been prepared. Individual officials :| Okeechobee County Court Houseat a cost of $6nHlion include 12
from any other day. Some of the States. But this disaster muchin nominated by petition will be decision was reached at levied., a levy of two mills was have started working on j] Okeechobee. when citizens are i canals 10 dams and spillwaysand

early risers paused In front of the same manner as it takesa placed on the ballot to be usedin i,a luncheon meeting when repre-I Law their financial needs and they i,invited to express theirviews the one navigation lock.
the Belle Glade Hotel and re pedestrian fatality before a the forthcoming ASC committee sentatives of Whitmore-Eveleth i requires that a public I will submit them to County Clerk i concerning hours of operation of) The overall Kissimmee River -
marked that it seemed to be con. warning light will be erected re- elections. j I Productions, Daytona Beach, !hearing he held by the school Glenn Ray. !i locks located between Lake Okee- Basin operation will benefit five

siderably cooler than during the sulted in focusing the nation's at- The Chairman. of the ASC Coun- I proposed to try to find sponsor- chobee and Lake Tohopekaliga. '! counties, Osceote. Okeechobee,
past few months. tention on the need for flood ty Committee. Earl Partin, explained ship for their work. The second hearing will be at ; Orange, Polk and Highlands to
Naturally there was some talk control in Florida. that nominating petitions I Edmund L. Eveleth and JohnD. 1 IIf II 10 ajn. Tuesday, August 6 in the) the extent of $1,827,500 per year
of radio reports that a hurricanehad I The 1928 hurricane disaster must be signed by at least six Whitmore said they wantedno i J Community House on Monument!on the average.
hit Puerto Rico, but that is can't be repeated because the persons who are eligible to vote financing from the Boat-A- M -f II i Avenue in Kissimmee. Here again,I| Four main items are include
land was a long way from Lake Herbert Hoover Dike built since in the ASC committee Cade committee itself. However, citizens may present their opinions i| in the water control plan;
Okeechobee and besides, radio then on the shore of Lake Okee- An eligible voter is electiDnS.j they said that :if they were unable tltlltllhJlIlJ on boat lock operations on the,; L Protection against overflow
reception was of such poor quality I chobee, is designed to hold back having interest in a farm to find commercial spon- i 197-mile. Kissimmee waterway. (II |{:,from the river and tributary
during the past 24.hours one hurricane tides. But this does not er, tenant or sharecropper and sorship, they would probably I I The third hearing concerning;i lakes.
could pot be-a -*U..surewhat the( -mean that the.Central and Southern who is eligible ..to participate in have to call off the filming. I 1! two locks on the northwest shore 2. Creation of canal capacity l''.
true reports were. Florida Flood Control Project of the Federal farm ........ I penult increased. '
any programs *hey said they have not only By BETTY.EBYLt of Lake Okeechobee wiikbejwbiat 1 resnoval of runoff
The date was Sept. 16. They ; is so far along it would elim- administered by, the ASC county the technical ability to producean w x 1 the Glades County Court Hoe, inm *the $4WM iaucmlJKbatmiee
ar 1928. The Sunday morning :inate all disasters. It must be re- committee.Mr. I attractive film but also have at Moore Haven at 10 a.m.1'[ Beam Drainage Area.
was as routine as hundreds of membered that this gigantic wat- Partin pointed out that the ability to market it. They 1 Wednesday, August 7. These locks 3. Maintenance of adequate *a.
preceding Sunday mornings in er control program birthed by since the committeemen to be said that recent productions of ., ; will permit small boats to navigate ter levels in the lakes and drum;
this rural agricultural area, and the great tragedy 35 years ago elected will play an importantpart theirs have been seen by millions CoL James C. Fidler (USAF Jones. ; through the Herbert Hoover t age canals to enable maintenance; ;
there was absolutely no indication and by subsequent floods and in the agricultural affairs of of persons. Res.) from Washington D.C. vis- Henry Stein and Mrs. Charlesj 1 Dike from Glades County into, of more desirable ground water
that before the next dawn drought, is still less than one- the county during the coming I The Boat-A-Cade will begin ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs Lax returned to their homes in! Lake Okeecbobee. I levels.

many of those talking about the' third completed.The year, persons nominated should be Oct 24.Turnpike. Homer D. Fidler, 1622 Janet New York by jet, after havingbeen Ed Dail FCD Executive Director -1| 4. Means for storing water for
weather and some 2,400 of their Flood Control Project was I currently active farmers or ranchers |I Street Orange Gardens over the called to Kissimmee by the,* pointed out that boat rampsare agriculture and urban use during
friends and neighbors would be authorized by Congress in 1948- who are best qualified for weekend. Col. Fidler was on a death of their brother, Oscar planned both up and downstream -Idry seasons.
dead. : the year after another flood in- I county committee work and who I Crash brief tour of duty in the Weather Stein. I of several of the new locks I One oi the benefits to be derived

By evening everyone was i undated over 3 million acres will be representative of the various -I Kills MotoristRalph Service at Patrick 'AFB from An- Lawrence Allen is undergoing'! on the Kissimmee River. Six ofj by the area that is usually
aware that the Lake was rising;'causing damage of $60 million. types of agriculture in the!I ,drews AFB, Washington where his treatment at the Kissimmee Hos-i( the seven locks, each adjacent to overlooked will be the increase

at an unprecedented rate and a 1 I Great strides, accomplished since county. I II I Sterling Ashby 52 of military duty takes him from his pita I a spillway structure, are now under in boating made possible by the
few more fearful residents start 1943, have eliminated much of Shortly after the August 9 dead- Belle Glade and Cincinnati, Ohio, (civilian meteorologist position in On the birthday list this weekjare contract along the waterwaythat I completion oi this project Boating .
ed nailing a few pathetic pieces the danger. Hurricane procedures line for accepting nominating petitions in automobile the U.S. Weather Bureau in Wash- :A. R. Hooten, Ed Ladue,1 is being widened and deepened -' is increasing in popularity at
was fatally injured an
of scrap lumber over their win.I established- by the Central and the ASC county committeewill accident about one mile ington. CoL Fidler, his wife and Elsie Platt, Howard Combs Gladys between Lake Okeechobeeand'the a greatly accelerated rate in all
dowse Southern Florida Flood Control make such additional nomina- south of the Kissimmee-St. Cloud !sons Jay, Bruce and John reside Benton, Jo Lancaster, Martin j city of Kissimmee.I I i parts of the country, particularly
By the time scattered reports District coupled with hundreds of tions as considered necessary and cloverleaf the turnpike Satur- iin McLean, Virginia just outside. Robinson, Eunice Berlinsky, Mary; Cost of construction now underway ! in this region of year-round fresh
arrived by radio that the hurricane miles of FCD canals levees desirable to complete the slate of on. D.C Strickland, George Reynolds Ed-| amounts to 513,336,329 of the. water facilities.
had crashed into the Palm dikes and water control structures nominees. At least six eligible j day morning.He Bridget Gainer and daughter na McDonell, Berniece Moore, total overall cost of 535millionfor
Beaches with 160-mile winds, it today protect more than a nominees .are required to com- I was a native of Cumberland I Karen have gone to Ireland for Bobby Johnston, George and Irv the five-county flood control j Benefits oi navigation facilities
was too late to do anything about million residents of Central and plete the slate and August 15 is I Md., and a retired member -I ja six weeks visit with Bridget's I Zoffel, Mark Lyons, Nellie Hall. project alone will amount to 552,800 per
k I I South Florida against severe the deadline for completing this of the Cincinnati Police De- I family. The two younger girls are Mrs. J. A. Bishop George Stein-, Cost of the six locks and spill-,year for the Ktaahnmee River
it.There were only two escape i i flood i damage. action. Any person nominated by I partment. He was a Methodistand {visiting the Bill Needhams while man, K. T. Tiller, John Carroll ': ways on the Kissimmee River will) Bus This added to the major
routes. North to Sebring and I I i Ed Dail, Executive Director of petition who is found to be in- a member of the Fraternal '!Bridget is away. Bruce Schmidt, Buck Murphy,' run more than $1 million each. benefits of $1,'JI5ooo per year in
this would require skirting the the FED assures South Florida eligible will be promptly notified ;Order of Police, Association of f I Peggy Bradbury and son Jim- Cecil Yates Jennie Phillips, JackIe Five of the six are already under'reduction of flood damages and

bhon:: of the much feared lake I I residents that as soon as a hur- and he may appeal to the county .Retired Policemen, Carthage my have returned after a month's Mikell, Murray Overstreet, construction at a cost of $5,571.-1 5489.700 per year for increasedland ,
I or east to West Palm Beach and{i irlcane warning is received FCD committee at any time prior to Lodge 573, F&AM. Scotland Rite'{I visit with friends and relatives in John Colombo Roy Reynolds, 582. Each of the locks will use, brings the total yearly ..
r this meant driving right into the j personnel will immediately go Into the deadline date for completionof bodies and Order all of Eastern Star!!Atlanta and Americus Georgia. Steve Eldridge, Irlo .Bronson, i!! ure 30 by 90 feet and will pass benefit to nearly $2..o00.ooo.
352 of Cincinnati.
eye of the approaching storm. action with a predesignatedplan the slate of nominees. Furtherinformation I Chapter I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rudd at- Kate Knox Kim Miller, Bertha*
By 9 p. m. water had reachedthe I I[I I as to just what to do to provide on eligibility require-I He is survived by his father. i Jtendejd the open house honoring Westbrook. Billie Kaye Colombo i
second story of some homes:: residents with maximum ments and other details of the !Thomas Wilson Ashby, Brookneal, their daughter and son in law Lynwood Lupo, E. L. Fennell,1 i Engineers Present

',' ir low locations, and many had!.protection.i i ASC elections can be obtained at I Va. I 1 the Howard L. Laursen's on their Betty Schmidt Dr. R. R. Pol-'! I
abandoned their homes to take i the ASCS county office.Commission The remains were cremated and(,125th anniversary Sunday at DunIKissimmee lorn. Best wishes to each of you. :
!i forwarded to Oakland Cemetery
shelter in one of the two Belle j: For example, certain water I edin. others attending from : Electrical SurveyA
I ,Oakland Maryland where services -i Margaret Bast returned last'
Glade hotels. I(I control structures-will be closed; Tables were Mr. and Mrs. J.
I I to be held. Grissom week from interesting two.
fully toi were
others will be opened Smith andI
.r When the hurricane hit it literally i i C. Haye, Mrs. Cythia
drove the water in Lake i i i i permit maximum drainage. In Road ProposalCounty I Funeral Home was in Charge of I daughter Michelle and Mrs. Mil- months' tour of South America. : preliminary report on future' development. of the Central Florida

Okeechobee north, and the lake'!I general, Dail points out. structures 1 i arrangements. i ton G. Schatzman of St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Overstreet, requirements of the electric system II' area? This question applies
level in,Belle Glade dropped one :: inland will be closed so excess commissioners here tabled : |I Rev.. and Mrs. Dorr Van Etten Jr. and family) spent several days,; has been received by city both to normal growth and 'nus-
foot. But. when the eye of the :i; water may be collected in a feeler from the Okeecho I I Sealing Bid For II i I and family are vacationing inI at Sanibel. They returned by way commissioners from Smith and site boom time growth. "
hurricane passed, the wind came:,, the FCD's three big water corv bee County Commission which I Pennsylvania and other spots in of Miami where young Johnny Gillespie, consulting engineers.The I I I The engineers also warn thatloogrange
from the opposite direction and!! servation: areas, and structures asked whether the two groups' Streets Accepted { the Eastern states. remained to visit his grandpar predictions of the engineers 1 predictions in Central
forced the water of the lake back 1 near the sea coast will be openedIn I might work together on the construction -I I j Mike Suldo, son of Mr. and' ents, the Midyettes. ;. are called by the engineers as"realistic" I, Florida' are of doubtfai value, but
of flood alert ; '. J. Howard Young of St. Cloud, Hayward Knox of Tallahasseevisited I I add, "Tbe fact remains that such
into the south end. the event a of a road from toe town ; Mrs. Joe Suldo, has been accepted -
An idea of what happened can .nine FCD pumping stations will of Basinger to State Road GO. j I was apparent low bidder in min-. at the School of Engineering ; his grandmother, Mrs. ,tI In fact the report states, '"We.r projections are necessary for the.
be imagined by thinking of a| g- into operation 24-hours a day Osceola County OvnmkciOl'1ers'were : '1 i I era! sealing almost two miles of: University of Florida. He I Knox, this week. know that they are conservative."j I type of planning required . .'
tilted pan of water. When the with all crews on duty complete I immediately faced with one! streets here. : spent Monday and Tuesday at Mr. and Mrs. George Bast and Here is one paragraph pertain,, Wyiie W. Gilleapie. in a cover
with and J City commissioners last Tues-i Mike. Mrs. N. Ray Carroll and ing to growth I i letter acoompanytog the :
first half of the hurricane hit, the supplies emergency problem-mat oi determining who Gainesville in orientation. Classes ; report.
pan was tilted so the water ran t: power necessary to remain in t owns the property on which the:!I' day night opened bids for the!: will begin September 9th. Miss Mary Scarff are vacation- "In the preparation of this re- : said, The utility systems of the
operation I work. Young's bid of 18% cents returned ing this week at Sanibel Island. port we have assumed a normalrate !I city of Maaammtc are healthy
'r to the north. But after the storm j through the emergency. proposed road would be built. i Mrs. Alice Martin has .
Radio slag and 16% cents for stone flew Dr. and Mrs. D. Coe Love of of growth without any un- and growing. Properly developed
came from the opposite direction contact will be on a 24- Checks into back records failedto I.I.for hour basis between I square yard was lowest bid. Orange Gardens are spending two usual increase. Even on this basis I i!and managed, they will continue
the pan tilted back and the water i! the pumping show the county as being own- i to Atlanta by jet to visit her son
broke through the small retaining I stations and the brain center of er of the possible right-of-way; j I Three other firms quoted prices'j'Ben, then on to Madison: Indiana weeks in Ohio visiting their three the rate of growth is appreciable .i to be a source: of considerable
the entire Ii with one of them bidding as high The sons. Dr. Love will also fill a The demand has increased;income: to their real owners, the
dikes at the south end of, operation located at but at the same time, they show i( J ifor a visit with relatives. system
the lake drowning thousands. .FCD Headquarters on Evernia the county granting a leaseto I as 43 cents. j trip also included sightseeing tourS pulpit] for a pastor who is on va- from 2,025 kilowatts in 1952! to,I citizens of Kissimmee. They are

No one will ever know how Street, in West Palm Beach. In tnose lands same time back to'i The bids were referred to the I I through Kentucky and a visit with cation. 6,650 kilowatts in 1962, an in-. a real asset to the oomam ."
many died that night. There : charge will be Zeb Grant. Opera- an oil prospector-widen seemedto i city manager and engineer. t old friends at Bowling Green. Mrs. Mary Gardner left this:;crease of 228 per cent Tbe projection I
have been various estimates, but tions Director. indicate control over, if not I The streets involved are DilHngharn Joe Taggart is back on the job week for Michigan! where she will in this report extends the.; Melbourne Road
no one will ever know for sure. !I ownership of, those lands. Emmett to Verona; | at the dry Hall after being outi spend several weeks visiting ;,estimated peak demand in 1980 to:
For more than one week rescue :' This is no experimental plan Authorities are checking into I Verona. Clyde to Dillingham; for several weeks with a broken friends and relatives. ;'35,200 kilowatts. Kilowatt hour i 1 To Be Improved

workers were finding bodies and 'I I but was in effect when the last the question before any serious; Canterbury Lane and Circle; i legi Mrs; Sam Pearman of Chula, production during the period 1952 i'I The Khsimime Melbourne
bringing them to temporary hurricane Donna struck the discussion of the road building i Ruby Ave., Railroad to Lake-!i Mr. and Mrs. William Bumette Georgia and Dr. and Mrs. E. F. to 1962 has increased 295 per cent; highway famwDVcmeat will begta .
morgues established in every Florida peninsula in 1960 and is activities comesOkeechobee up. shore: Clyde Sumner to Snyder; i have moved into their home ati Merchant ?nd children of Jacksonville -,from 6.957.500 I kilowatt boors in in about two weak. it ws
town around the lake.It ; credited with preventing $27 milI officials want the Forrest, Emmett to Patrick, Cypress -i. Davis Bungalow Park which was were weekend guests of, 1952 to 27.484,000 in Idffi. The,1 kneed lien.I .
soon became necessary to > lion in flood damage during that road, they say, because of the! Main to Royal; Royal. the former day bom Mrs. Bur- Mr. and Mrs. Levi Pearman.I'projection in this report extends
collect the bodies in piles douse i one storm. development of fanning in the! Vme to Cypress; Hughey Vernon :nette works in Orlando and be in Recent: guests at the home of1!estimated production in 1990 to I I11UOO,000 The highway is to be rebuilt
them with gasoline and cremate j I Areas unprotected by FCD general area and personnel. t to Clyde. Lakeland so they split the difference Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Hanks included -: kilowatt hours." I I tram State Road 511 to a point
them. Still later the bodies were I works sustained more than $13I .- \1 Rose Hug hey to Patrick; : and bought in lD=in\1'nee. Mrs. F. Willis Chase of, But the engineers warn there' east ot me St. Johns River in
_ cremated where they were found. I 1 700,000 damages, dramatically Ruse. Pair rk to Bryan. Or I) The Dick: Makmsons have returned Tonawanda, New York Mr. and are "many factors which oaDDOt'I Brevard County. A contract was
_ Because hundreds of migrant '! pin pointing the necessity of com- 'lIEMPEKATmlES ; lando. Patrick to Emmett Pat I from their trip which took Mrs. Joe Henderson and son Joe '!be considered . some of these executed wnt W. L. Cobb Construction -
workers, in from the Bahamas pleting! the entire FCD program 1 H L RI : rick Thacker to Airport Building them, among other places to the Jr.. Mrs. Dorothy Curtis and Mr. ,factors will be determined with Co. to do the job inMi
'were among the casualties it was I as rapidly as possible, Dail noted. I Tues. '.23 - H. 'II 85 ..soI ; Cherry, Main to Brack Or-.1 I hardware convention: in CmadaI -and Mrs. Charles Moses all of I the next two or three years. Bat working days at a cost of
almost impossible to identify t I Wed. ,.U _ H' tO! 65 ..70I I jjlando'; Mabbette to Sumner; I Earlier Maxyne and Bonnie at-I Erie Pa. : at present the answers remain, $mR.I .
1: !I TtI1In. ,.. _ _ 85 700IF" .reunion at Madison in the future. -
them. Many were known to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnston i Mabbette, Bermuda to Ditch. tended a family Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Hanks I] I
their fellow workers only by their jnmvxince: the birth of an 8 lb. i ,.. __UPH II 710i I II I! Wisconsin where they were i'leave next week on their vacation "The biggest question is-which:I Mr. and Mrs. Bill MakmsonBBBOMxy
nicknames. 4 oz. daughter Sunday j Sat. ,.1'7 U P U 1'1 :5 0I t!joined. by Dick and Eake later part of which they will spend way will Osceola County aad in I the birth of a daughter -
Jody; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Barber of I
i I Kissimmee service I Christy Lynn. WadMsda>,
When it was over the hurricane [July 28th at the Orange Memorial I SI& 7 ..---q- 90 m .30 : for the trip on into Canada. ,visiting friends in Georgia and particular, the
resulted Ja the third greatest dis- H spitaL I Mea. ,..! ---- .-- 06 'II 0t I John Denn Lane announce the I Gertrude Flouts of Alliance,'their con and family in New Or- i area, go. How -and to what degree : July 24tfc, at mt Orange Memorial -
t! ,birth of a son Monday, July 22nd. Ohio is visiting Mr. end Mrs. Eb jfnni. I will it be affected by the! Hallilal

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The Gazettt., "", 'a., Thud., :\Ugtl I, 196:1:''as casket bearers: Clyde Nelson. "'". - ,"-,-' 0" 0 <
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Ralph Rupert Frank Kline. -- -A.SAV
Col. James Castell Oscar Stein
Louis Smith Ray Green and E

Died Monday.: Rites Monday Albert Hillsgrove. D q T
Riedel Funeral Home in :
unn anLX1
Cot James Castell. 68, U.S. Oscar Stein 74, a retired beauty charge. y\q
Army Ret.. 1706 Oak St. Orange operator died in a local hospital d

Gardens, died Monday: afternoonin Saturday morning.He l Rev., H. T. Cox, 60, SMOKED -
art Orlando Hospital. He served tw
was a member of the All "
{in both World War I and 'II- States Tourist Club of Kissim- Died on FridayRev. L :
served n s Provost 1 Marshal in I
Washington. D. C. also was Inspector mee.He is survived by his wife Herbert Theodore Cox.
General in the foreign Mrs. Elizabeth Stein ol Kissim-
.60irtired; rhuirh of the Nazarene
t' service. mee. Two broShcrs Henry awl Missionary. who returned
He moved to Kissimmee from Murray Stein of New York. Sis from Pm1-Au Prince. Haiti in @tlmNOW
FS Falls Church Va. in 1961. (ters. Mrs. Dora Stein. Mrs. Paul November 1962 where he had I
I He is survived\ by his wile .
ine Broil and Mr* Anne Lax. all served for fourteen years: as a
Mrs. Mac M. Castell of Orange of New York. One grand daughter ; missionary; died in a local hOSe
Gardens: one son James A. Cas and: three great: grand daughters. pital. Friday morning. INPROGRESS LL
tell Jr. Robertsdale. : one Funeral service were heldin He was a member of theChurch
daughter. Mrs. Jeanne Kirk- the Chapel of the Riedel Funeral of t the Nazarene of Kis-
; patrick. Hanover. IVnn.: brother Home at 10:30: a.m. Monday 0 5.
-simmee. He lived in Intercession 0 SHANK
Dr. John L. Custcll. New with Rev. :Maurice Grigsby City Fla. D STOR
York City: sisters, Mrs. Ruth officiating, followed by inter-
survived SUNRISE
He is by his wife. SHOPPING CENTER HALF
Hughs Randolph.: X'h.Irs.: :
ment in Osccolu Memory Gaitl- Mrs. Ti sieC.ox and three sons:
Arlene Cramer Red Cloud. Neb. Good thru 3rd
Quantity Rights Reserved Prices August
Dennis. David end John, all of QEC
and )hsIu'il': Lea Langan ens.The .
% following friends served Intercession City. WINN-DIIIC TOME INC. -COPY1 NT *
I :Mo. +! wa
i The body will lie in !state in if will be forwarded to Rotx'rslaiC' Funeral Seivicesveiv held in a
the Chapel"of the Ricdct Funeral ( AH.: for final rites and internment the :Morrison! Memorial Churchof W-D BRAND NATURALLY TENDER BEEF' I
Intercession! '; City. Sunday at DEPARTMENT OF '
by the Riedel Funeral
Wcdnesda. t-vrniny ,
':oo )p.m.. with Rev. Fred Toms. AGRIMTURE
I Home. Steaks 98y
5; p.m. to 0:00: p.ni after which Sirloin LB. LB.
.r.istor of the Church of the .

Nazleene: assisted of Kissimmee. officiating W-D BRAND . NATURALLY TENDER BEEF . FULL CUT BONELESS
3 ; by Rev. Carl Beatty
Pastor of the Free Methodist Whole OR BUM HalfLB,4S"
WORK-SAVING Church.Interment was in. Oak Hill Round Steaks . 88 ,


'4 G-l-l-D-l-H-G GIVES YOUR POWER IRON (Jt J Riedel Jerry Funeral A. James Home in charge. Ground Beef 5 PKG. S 1 99 Pork Sausage LB. 39" ,;

__.;;. Visits' Hong Kong
Special ingrtdient Indra ends sticky ironing' Jerry A. James gunner's mate
prennts ,jellowing makes garments scorch-resistant first class, USN, son of Mrs. G. /
W. James of 900 Forest St., Kis-
Starch new life, new brightness 1 u simmee is serving aboard the ; Jumbo Vine Ripe CaliforniaJUMBO

into clothes I with amphibious assault ship USS ,
PRINCETON. a Seventh Fleet
h unit which recently visited Hong CANT ALOUPES

IIIIiie.arc[ ] Kong China., British Crown Colony in

Normally operating out of
Long Beach Calif. the PRINCE-
STARCH i _"Jl_ TON ment. is- on temporary deploy- $

To erg /
II ?' /1 Size 27's
tJa Land O Sunshine / All Flavors Thrifty Maid

Family ServiceYou i.r fr;')fa>,. rg BUTTER ///1/1/1 I Ice MILK I I

may know, from previous experience [f 4 Limit ont + 50 Extra top waiue stamps

the importance of family with $5. 1 WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
order ormore. HALF
privacy during bereavement. During 1 39 ONE FKOZCM SOUTHERN

:.E:, the funeral service. for instance, it is rj .a ; GAL. Chocolate Cake
important that the family be seated 51 LB. eoo THRU AU U.T MOAT

together, out of view of others attendi' i I sl ANY WINN-DIXIE

MEMIU. ing . in Pi
THE ORDER as our private family. room. fJl
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G0t0E4 Ault .PEEL; .. .. .. -- ': t ;\ ng y .,.. SAVE 7tt* IA. . STANDARD . .Umlt ,2,,wltrj' $5.00. order or mort.Tomatoes .. .. .. . ... . I. ic
111a" :: : : ; '- ..,- .. .a ,- ,* : Id' 50' Extra Top Value, .
-- Stafflps
11"HOURAMBUANCE -/tt..fl__ _'la&.F.. _A UTTl .K.". .-tr....:.. -- pis r ai'N a+t=. -;: v.: .M303 "N ::5.1' : : 1 ,: I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Q'

Miss Annie Ruth Whisnant Shrimp
: 20* EA. . BLUE or WHITE ARROW . Limit 1 wjth $5.00 food ord r. :
WTiisnantHickeyEngagement ANY WINN-DIXIE {

8J7.8188-4 f'' w ToldMr. s: Detergent. GIANT BOX 39" ST :

and Mrs. J. E. Whisnant
announce the engagement and SAVE 10* IA. . DEEP SOUTH SALAD

daughter approaching Annie marriage Ruth to of Donald their m 50 Extra Value .
Top Stamps
_ Irs. Frank Hickey. .
The bride-elect was graduated THNIB PKS. rnoiiN
__ mm Pasco High School in Dade, SAVE 4V4* IA. . THRIFTY AAAID 1m Tropicana Fruit Bars
City The groom, elect attended OOD THNU AUVUBT 150
Chattanooga Valley High Schoolat -- .i AT ANY WINN-DIX1I"
Flintstone Georgia. He is Apple Sauce 303CAN 10 ss

presently Kissimmee.; employed' by the Cityof I

A double ring ceremony will SAVE 6tf EA. . THRIFTY MAID TOMATO
13 take place Friday, August 2nd I_ _

3; aV.l.1:f J u:" at Missionary 8 o'clock Baptist at the.Church Lockhaven at Catsup 2 12aQ%' BOTTLES 25' 'I. 50 Extra Top Va!la a Stagy:
A-aj Boggy Creek with the Rev. Ver- WITH THIS COUPON AND pvp.0iASi OP
non H. Bailey performing the 1 Owl rltO "ROUN PAN.RDI
-eremony.: SAVE 3-2/3f EA. . CRACKIN' GOOD DIXII. Shrimp Or.oll

Color Film Miss of Clara the bride-elect Mae Whisnant, will sister be- l .oo..u.....R.
Jumbo Pies 31.
maid of honor. Bridesmaids will 2" 54 AT ANY WINNDIXIE5ft
be Miss Donna Kennedy of Orlando .
I and Miss Margaret Alderman -

_ I Uere I! Kissimmee.

IS son Best and man usher-groomsmen will be Dewey Bron-will Ii i .

be Harold Wilson Woodall and 51 Extra T8VaIu Stap Extra Top Value Stamps 50 Extra Top Yalu Stagy

Full-color pictures in just 50 seconds. Tommy Jones. Pianist will be WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of WITH THIS COUPON AND fURCHM OF
Mrs Harold Woodall and organ- i
ist and solist will be Mrs. Billy OtIII"- .;"iii
-t Fits most existing Land Cameras. Rigsby.A ; 'ass Strawberry PreserveOOD Dixie Bap
reception will follow the 000 THRU AU.U.T CHD TMHU AU.UST >HO .00. TNR4 AU.un SRO
*'Mo "coating" necessary. -ceremony at the church. No local AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE I AT ANY WINN DIXIE
invitations are being sent but all 57 56 SS
friends and relatives of the cou-
Supplies are limited, so come in today. pje are invited to attend the wed-

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The family of Mr. CharlesLee >2 ... t '
Sylvester, who passed ..t\ ;.
away on July 18, wishes to 1R44 '
expressi! ts thanks and grati- 8brt ate i I:
tude to Dr.John Rao and the
staff of Osceola Hospital for E1i1I11N1; : :' ImDID
the perfect care given our jjr T
ItI father while a patient in Os-
ceola Hospital; to the Gris- "v !J ,
":,' v Funeral Home for the 1
i : w som
.. I} BiUy beautiul Rigsby service for;his to wonderful the Rev.- : Astor Coffee" Ii Astor Oil _' 0_L

words of comfort and en-
couragement; to relatives,
Pa friends and neighbors for M e
r 1 their prayers, thoughts of l-LB. CAN 39111 24-oz. BOT. 251.
kindness and floral offerings.
May everyoneMrs. God Bless each and SAYE 20' SAVE 12'

MAXWELL HOUSE . Save 20 / ALL OIL Says 11 tt
Sally Sylvester, 6
HUNT BROS. Mr. and Mrs. William E. C Coffee 1-ld. 49f l : ;;

Miss Haynes Inez Sylvester and Sons,, AN # 24a: .41. ;
Limit 1 with
or Limit one with $5.00
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sylve .
The Open Front Store ter and Son, more food order"F r \ .. food order. .
Mr. Leroy Syrves., Jr., .
Mr. Roscoe 5- :Nester, -
I'oIKOIOf end Pa.o. d e w ItoIaooi4 C.ra.ae.RF. I, Mr. Leroy x/lvester, Sr. *..* -...

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Instead of suggesting a boycott to continue. Thus, the law of The Kissimmee Gazette Kisskronee.!' FUu, Thars, August 1, 1968 SI

because a price has increased, supply and demand operated as 11 Sheriff Amends |tI- yk -
I believe a smart retailer has it inevitably will whenever the -

three better choices:' two factors get radically out of I I r .... ...; =. -'
FARM: (1) Take the product off his balance. ",,\\,. IJ .
shelf until he can sell it at a The sugar situation was a Budget Request I ti q

A FRONT price be believes is right. great deal more complicated be- _: .'H.. H'D 'V .l2 "Rb\t\ \ :
((2) Keep it on the shelf without cause of its worldwide character. t HA ROOtS. REIII

BY DOYLE CONNER comment and let the customer But it was the prompt action I Population growth, many additional conclusion; the supplemental request - It II II II _

i OMMISSIONERFLORIDA decide whether she wants to by the U.S. Department of Agri- miles of highway, increasing is as much needed as the I aooli5? ;.' _

pay the higher cost culture to increase foreign Imports crime rate, and other fan basic budget. ., ;u.3.w f/ORlTCo_ ,; GIS.,.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREI ((3) Present an authoritative and domestic quotas, and I tors have caused Sheriff Bob The commissioners agreed that .:-- .""

statement of the market cOndi- suspend limits on domestic production Buckels to amend his budget re- Buckels request should be included .

I think most of us would be.1 prices for orange juice concen-I tion that caused the price boost that brought a quick reversal quest for the coming fiscal year. in the county budget This

r surprised to say the least, ifwe .I trate. We think the The frozen orange juice and of soaring sugar prices.A I This was disclosed at a recent brings the, total for the sheriffs i Iiiiir I I1IE a.c
walked into a store and sawa I overpriced. The best way to I II sugar price fluctuations resulted county commission meeting by department toe 150551.89 still

i sign that read: "Don't buy I bring the price down is not toDuy. from tight supply situations for retailer who suggests that Glenn Ray, county clerk, who well in line ,or lower than comparable -

this. It's too high-priced.:' I I I ." which valid explanations were his customers boycott a producthe told commissioners the sheriff counties, according to

l That's what a 12-unit supermarket I An executive of the. firm said I available: In the case of orange sells to bring the price down" I now believes he will require an available jnformation.The '

chain up in New Jersey;!I i the notices were posted because juice the Florida Citrus Industry, Is apt to start a trend that' increase in his force. supplement includes provision : : c:3: It
has been telling its customers!I I I it was believed price rises following which produces around 90 per :could ultimately put him out of Previously the sheriff had sub for four more deputies !

about frozen, orange. juice con last December's freeze: cent of the world concentratetotal [business. If his customers should mitted his budget request Attached completely equipped. I a paint

centrate. I I were unjustfiable and indicated hastened to publicize the get the idea, for instance that to it was a supplemental Sheriff Buckels expects to return for riURfACE I a color MobilINTERIOR
t According to a recent report in:: profiteering. Similar notices fact that, because of the freeze, 1 his general prices are "too high" request which at that time he to the general fund slightly eve far every

Super Market News, signs above!t.'were posted in the sugar section visible supplies were drastically I they pass him up in favor of believed could be left to the de- more than $7,000 surplus he has :,

the freezer cases state: "We, when prices for that commodityshot lowered for the current season the place that convinces them cision of the commissioners. from this year's funds. His total & EXTERIOR PAINTS ENAMELS WOODSTAIfsWONDERTONES

hate to see you pay such high!I I up recently. When they and would remain low until production their prices are low. During the past month, Buckels budget without the allowable 10 (i

dropped soon afterward the management was on the way up In food retailing, especially, said he has restudied the prob- per cent for contingencies I I

BROASTED I planned new signs taking -again. I Ii I the competition is fiercer than lem and has come. to only one amounted to $104,628.12.

; credit for the unusual policy. i Concentrate reserves were inadequate I ever and today the retailers efforts i Ii II -

CHICKEN i to assure shipments at I are concentrated on offer I ,"eJA.ttlft'H..1
!I It seems t; ; that sort of pre-freeze levels throughout the ing the lowest possible prices i U of F Gets Grant lots;.,I.ial'

FREEZETTE I an approach, to a price rise for balance of this year if the rate That's why sales of "discount"

DRIVE-IN !a commodity is not, very smart of consumption, at the low prices stores are skyrocketing and dries in 2O minutes. . /

i I merchandising. It could I backfire. prevailing before the freeze,'was many super market chains are To Fight; Disease

moving into the discount field.It with no lingering paint smell /

( has become the practice for 1! A 57,000 research grant has I.of experience in teaching and e no lop works

I companies with new products to j I I been awarded the University research on drugs and their .
test them out in selected areasto Iof I Florida to aid in the fight usage, will head the research nocUon-vp mot-equipment
II learn whether they are likelyto I against equine piroplasmosis, project. The veteran researcher washes in wet.r

I make the grade if they arc I the parasitic blood disease explains that experiment e nognfic! color selection
i'marketed on a nationwide scale. '\ which could pose a seriousI ally infected horses housed in : .
I Florida's isolation units the Veteri- completely' washoble
I Among the latest to come to economic threat to at
I I my attention is an instant car- j horse industry. nary Science Department will .fiuaronlttd, lo do oil w.icy..
I bonated drink, product of a subsidiary I I Dr. J. 'R, Beckenbach, direc- be used to carry out prelimi- purchon price refunded
tor of the Agricultural Experi- nary phases of the research.Drs. .
1 of one of the big tobacco eh redp.er.e1 It Jim; I OrfOHi'rafi'MftMMAtrf _
1I I I I ment Stations, reports reI Wayne Kirkman and
1I companies. Its a flavored "swiz- stow '' 'H' re;",,'.
I I I search funds have been made Frank White are currently
stick. .I I
i available to the Veterinary studying clinically recovered
different 16.39 ...
I I Made in six flavors Per.
the animals with piroplasmosisand
Science Department by
I each plastic stirrer has a flavor i infectious anemia disease COME IN TODAYJ.! '
Animal Disease and Parasite a 2.05 per ".
tip which when immersed in a
I t Research Division, U.S.D.A. sometimes associatedwith
glassful of cold water produces
According to Dr. George T piroplasmosis, in an effort -
a carbonated drink. to learn how to properly
I Edds, Agricultural Experi-
I ment Stations veterinarianand identify carrier animals and
I Another new product being head of the Veterinary prevent further spread of
sales-tested is a food, for cats. Science Department, the grant these diseases. INDOORSOR'OUTDOORS
Most of us have seen the ads evaluate Research on piroplasmosis
will be used to drugs
for a dry dog food that "makesits I for possible prevention of and infectious anemia is be-

own gravy" when water is piroplasmosis, to treat animals ing coordinated with an in-
added. The new cat food is a I with the clinical dis sect control program supported

dry product, also, which makesits ease and to eliminate the infective by Florida's Departmentof USE DEVOE*
milk when wateris and supervised ,. .. .
own sauce | carrier state in horses Agriculture (f{ -
added. | which have recovered from by the Animal Industry
4, The ultimate, of course wouldbe 1 the disease. Section.
an "instant pet." Just thaw 1 I. Piroplasmosis is believed to

blue the package or add water and have entered this country WITH
Red white and nest TRIPLE
egg I you"have ...;. a live puppy or kit- from Cuba in '1961. The dis- LEGAL NOTICENOTICE COVER

ten. ease is caused by blood para-
j f'If I sites which, upon gaining entry OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR HOUSE PAINT. .I I

., Three Persons Get to the blood streams, at- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ee
is the strength of the 'I blood THAT Grady Cromartie the holderof
you'reyou like most Americans, strength tack and destroy the red the following certificates has
probably intend to use your nation. Masters Degrees I cells., It is usually transmitted I filed said certificates for a tax
ticks deed to be Issued thereon. The gel prof.cfion for
f Savings Bonds as a down payment When the communists make one Three persons from Kissimmee ; from carrier animals by certificate numbers and years of "
I i although other biting insects issuance the description of the your house with/ only' two toalt. -
on a house, to help send a of their favorite statements- I are among the 21 candidates for "! also infect healthy ani-' property, and the names in whichIt
child to college or otherwise master of arts degree in teaching may was assessed are as follows
to us" fa TRIPLE'
that they're going "bury .' mals. Characteristics of the Certificate No. 28. COVER HOUSE PAINT is the
upgrade your standard of living. economically-your savings and from Rollins College at a spe disease include a high temperature Year of Issuance May 29, 1961. paint preferred I I
"cial commencement to be held at Description of Property: James by professional
You don't reed tcr feel one--whit ,support of your country and drowsiness accelerated "
your 10 a.m. Wednesday in Ringham Lee Addn Blk A N 19' of Lots 2. house painters because
-= Bless'patriotic -becausethiSe are mighty powerful answers. breathing and heartbeat 3 & 4. Section 21. Township 25 : nr :
Hall the Rollins
on campus. South. Range 29 East
,'. .. of It gives the greatest protection to. .
and the
both TvithU.S. sweUing ankles -
Keep"Jbuilding Name in
and' .. They are Peter Stephen:"Sienrf: which assessed: Unknown -
The fact that you tens ,of ) \J 0 IS
** andlegs7; In the advance -
Bonds. wood surface.
Savings 1311 Verona and Mr. very .
sky of Ave. Certificate No. 70.
millions of other Americans buy ; of the diseahe' the
and Mrs. Jeff Donalson Miller ol i I stage Year of Issuance May 29. 1961.
and hold U.S. Savings Bonds 706 Thacker Ave. mucous membranes of the T>ieISriptJol of Property: Marydla The controlled chalking In the f/n'jh/ '
Lots 5 & 6. Section 3, Town 6.95
helps Uncle Sam manage his 1 Shenosky, who has been enrolled mouth and eyes become pale ship 25 South. Range 29 East. coat makes it self-cleansing.Your
I 'j and yellow. Name In which assessed PI'gor.
financial affairs better and puts : Ruby
in Rollins' MAT foi
Quick facts about ,. Dr. Edds, who has 25 years Dolphus. house will stay cleoner longer.
him in to be stronger l Certificate No.
a position a six semesters, plans to teach al t-! 71.
voice and a stronger power in I I U.S. Savings Bonds I Broward County Junior College | VD Cases Cause Year Description of Issuance of Property May 29: Marydla 1961. f
the free world. i after receiving his diploma.Miller' Blk. 68 Lots 6 thru llAM. Section **
You get $4 for every $3 t who teaches world history Concern In County :: Townshlj. J5 South Range 2"
that and these
the fact
And East.Name
you at maturity You can get I at Osceola High School received : in which assessed Hoy MINERAL SPIRITS .
other millions of Americans I Anderson.
your money anytime Your! I his undergraduate degrafrom ',! Once again public health authorities Certificate No. 14.
have accumulated the savings Bonds are replaced free if t, Rollins.in 1959. He has beet:11 here have expressed their Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. Offer Void After Aug. 3rd.In 29.
billions in E and Description of Property: Magnolia
you have46 lost, destroyed, or stolen enrolled in me MAT Program fo r concern over the increasing num- Park Blk 50 1 Lots 35 & 36. SectionEast. Your Container With Coupon . .
H Savings Bonds alone-is one ,! You can save automatically iix semesters. I ber of cases 'of venereal disease. 21. .Township 25 South. Range 29 got
of the'reasons why Americans Mrs. Miller, who received he r
Dr. C. C. Flood, director of Name in which
are financially strong and on Payroll Savings. undergraduate degree from Flor-I i the Osceola County Health ""De- mond Certificate E. Hearn No.et 111.ux.assessedRay: * * * * * *** * *

reliant. And their individual I ida State University, teaches. a tl t| partment, said that official re- Year of Issuance May 29. 1961.

Kissimmee Elementary. .! ports show 17 cases have occur- Description of Property: Orange
Blossom Addn Blk G
Beg at SW
CARD OF THANKSTo '; red in Osceola County since the cor lot 27E of Blk E. run W SCO
Keep freedom in your future with : I', first of the year. S 200\ E 200'. to SW cor lot 22E. MAKINSONHARDWARE
those who expressed their to pob. Section 32. Township -
However, he said, this is not 25
i I South. Range 29 East.
U.S. SAVINGS BONDS J' l and sympathy practical in so ways many during beautiful my I I the complete story. He explained -I known.All Name. In which assessed: Un-
that public health officials of said property being In the
recent bereavement I
I2 heartfelt thanks. expressmy ':| had found that there are at least County Unless of such Osceola.certificate State of or Florida certifi-

: Tit, T'.x. inrerH.nent doe" ,u.I 7"11 for "i" "drrrlW..,. rlt,. rr"wrl l "pnflwnftA..t. Mrs. Oscar Stein two and more frequently three cates shall be redeemed according
TAr Adrrrltntty Coiix-tl and 1k.* put>hr tion for Heir patriot; support. i times as many cases of syphilisas to law the property described in
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such certificate or certificates. will

CARD OF THANKSWe : Dr.are Flood reported.pointed to a morbid- (be, sold-. H'to....the-> 7V highest..... nn tb bidder- fire'at MOT the 308 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE
day In the month of September.
wish to thank our many i| ity and mortality report from 1963. which is the 2nd day of Sep-
I I friends who expressed their ':the U.S. Department of Health, tember. 1963.
Dated this 1st day of August
sympathy during our recent be- Education and Welfare, which 1963.

,4e j reavement.J. P. Adair ':classes Florida among the three I (CIRCUIT/GLENN COURT SEAL RAY) * * *
1 I
worst states in primary and sec- Clerk of Circuit Court
I The Ned Dorsey Familyl Osceola County Florida
;,ondary syphilis case rate. Aug. 1, 8. 15. 22. 1963
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t.I 4 The Kissimnu_Gazette, Klsslnimee: Fla., Th...... August I.I 1963 Frank Krack, 77, i Several Persons ; Guest MinistersTo I I Need For Grass I; Income Taxes I'

New Books Added Died On Friday I Arrested After I Fill Pulpits -Controls Fertilizing i I, Up 40 Per Cent "
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Frank Krack, 77, o$ 1631 Orange Series, of Fights !i Guest ministers will supplythe Probably one of the hardest I! Income taxes, plus other i I,
I Blvd. Gardens Kis :jf federal internal revenue, :
Orange about '
of the Shingle questions to answer pas- '
To Shelves simmee, passed away suddenly Several persons have been I Creek Methodist Church dur-- tures is when is it best to apply I tected in Florida by the U.

Library Friday at his home.A arrested and placed In coun- ing the absence of the pastor, fertilizer. Many things have to I.government, came to $L5

native of Davenport Iowa,t ty jail following a series of Rev. W. P. Hanks, who will be I be considered but basically it last year, more by 40 per colthey
. The following new books have iSkousen. I be bad been a resident of this fights here Friday night. on vacation. 1 boils down to when is the grass than five years ago, the

been added to Hart Memorial Library Fourteen hew Children books community for the past 7 years.I' Donald Bass, accused of aggravated The schedule will be as follows needed. Grass that was fertilized -State Chamber of Commerce i .
,. according to'Mary K. Han- "have been added which Include He was a retired machinist i and assault, was placed : August 11th Rev. A. L. early and grazed should receive -ported yesterday in its I
sell, librarian. four books on science.. Childrenare took maker and immediately priorto under $5,000 bond. t KIrkland; August 18th, Rev. another application not lat Business Review.
The Far Side of Home; Maggie always welcome. to use the his retirement, in 1946, was;# So was John Cody Price, 'Renus Olsen; August 25th,I! er than September 15th, if hay "On top of this sum was
\, Davis; Joy In The,Morning, Betty young people's Books. Supervising Inspector of Ordnance whose bond was the same. II Rev D. Coe Love. i o' silage is to be cut. Applica--added $300 million, an
Smith; Case of the Stepdaughter'sSecret Eight new flower books have Rock Island Arsenal. Lesser charges were placed The regular Sunday School: tions of fertilizer later than this of the amount paid by

Erie Stanley Gardner; I been added to the Garden Club's. He attended the First Christian against Richard Price, Dolly hour will continue at 9:30, to date do not return maximum in hidden taxes, so.called :
When The Legends Die, Hal Bor- t collection which the Public are:Church, was a 50 year member May Hughes!, Jane Parchman be followed with the worship growth in grass. Late fertiliza- are included -. the "
land; While Rivers Flow, Glen i welcome to use. of the Machinist Union Washington Hand, Billy Hinton, Eugene service at 10:20. During this tion also makes grass bush and prices of many articles, I

Fleischman; Elizabeth Appleton, I D.C., and a member of the Burke, Larry Hill and Johnny period there will be no Sun Army Worms can be a problem. .trade body pointed out. ,
John O'Hara; The Concubine, i! Boy Awarded IOrange Gardens Civic Center and Surrency.The day or Wednesday evening t Where hay is to be cut. this insect I "The biggest item in the
Norah Lofts. |! :N.AJI.CE. Chapter Number 546, later two are 17-year-j services, but the official board pest should be controlled. ,: ----

The Drums: of April, Charles Settlement In.Suit I Kissimmee. I II old St. Cloud youths, i will convene as usual on the Florida will hold the first i
Mergendahl; The Day They Shook i I Survivors include his wife, Olive!+ Burke is a Negro.Sidewalk I!I i 15th of August. At this time traded Feeder Calf Sale in this KISSIMMEE FURNITURE'STOR

The Plum Tree, Arthur H. Lewis; A suit against Silvers Spurs I May Krack. Also several nephews i II I reports from the commissionswill state August 2nd at Gainesville 23 BROADWAY TELEPHONE 847-4411

The Devil With Love, Robert [dub Inc. by a boy who was in- I'and nieces. Costs be heard and the board Some Feeder Calves will be con
Nathan; Stacy Tower, Robert H. jured 'while riding a bull was Funeral services were held at 1 I will act upon their recommen- signed from Oscvola County. BEWARE! DANGER!
R K. Walter; Good Lord, They Are 'settled for $1,000 according to 10:30 a.m. Monday from the Gns- To Be Split dations. Citrus growers will be con

Upside Down, Clair Huffaker; records in the office of Glenn !som Chapel with the Rev. Jimmy I II i,i By the request of many the I cel'nedith rust mites more than It Is costly to put "White Elephants" In your

The Nonsuch, Georgette Heyer; ,Ray, Osceola county clerk. i I R Cox, Minister of the First County commissioners stepped i. pastor will present a study of j I any other insect from now home. let us help you FREE OF CHARGE to decor
George Winthrop, Sloan Wilson; Christian Church, officiating. Cas-i! in where school board 1! The Revelation beginning Sun through August. The mixture of
No job
The Naked Communist W. Glen i i A suit was filed against Silver I ketbearers were Messrs. Alois F.., members feared to tread-to ': day evening at 6:30, on September -f 1.0 per cent oil with Chloroben ate your home to suit YOUR pocketbook.

Spurs by John William Belcher.la !'Eckmann, Arthur 0. Held, H. H. provide sidewalks so that 1st. ziliate at 0.5 pounds or 0.5 pintof too big or too small!

minor, by his father John H. : Lively, Curtis Sewell, Paul Stailey some school children can get I Items for the bulletin Emulsifiable Concentrate per COME IN THE STORE OR EVENINGS BY
SHRIMPIn :Belcher, but other documents !> and Henry Szankiewicz. Intermentfollowed to' school more safely .. should be given to Mrs. Ashby 100 gallons. is recommended for APPOINTMENT.
A Basket showed that settlement had been in Osceola Memory Gar-i. They agreed to split the 1 Davis early in the week dur- control\ of rust mites, greasy

:reached. i I dens. Grissom Funeral Home was cost of about a mile of side- ing the month of August. .pot, spider mites, and mostscales. ___ _
FREEZETTEDRIVEIN | Young Belcher was hurt when i tin charge of arrangements I.I.i walk which the city of Kis- ; I A spray for the control t --

|i riding for a rodeo staged for simmee wanted to build along Junior All-Stars of Purple, Chaff, and Glover's
:the State Hotel Association.Kissimmee ; Rev. Grigsby To Patrick Street and Thacker I : Scale should be directed to the
. -.--.---.----- i Avenue, two of this area's !:1 Being Selected interior of the tree. Polaroid CaDleraCLEARANCE
: Supply Pulpit I more traveled streets. team from the Kis r Sprays containing oil should be
'i : The city wanted the cost An will app!'ed before August to avoid the
Rev. Maurice Grigsby is supplying r shared by the school board, simmee Junior Major League Ii I: possibility of reduced solids and SALEREG.
Cleaners the of the First I i selected to participate in
pulpit !soon be
Dry but it decided it could only retention of Green fruit color.
United Presbyterian Church during the state tournament at Panama
put sidewalks on property i I The 30th Annual Citrus Institute :
100 Street the vacation of the pastor, it because i City Aug. 12.14, it was announced 4H Mc-
Bryan owns to do otherwise will be held at Camp $114.50
: Rev. Dorr Van Etten, who with would create consider- [yesterday.i Quarrie. August 19th-23rd. Growers .
o his family is visiting relatives in' i Kissimmee team will face I '
able problems elsewhere. will be mailed a complete NOW
Pennsylvania and other places' !the winner of the Jacksonville-
"SNYDERS SINCE 1915" The cost for the mile of [ program soon.n .
along the east coast. !i Jacksonville Beach game on Aug. ,
sidewalk was estimated by Nn'ihnnn.il, 'vur**"r>ny f -
.Has Now Taken Over I Rev. Grigsby is also doing the. City Mgr. Charles Jackson at '13 and Growers Short Course will
t pastoral work. Denver Thompson, coach of the H $9500The
$3,500. I be held at Gainesville August .
IVANHOE LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS I The Sunday morning service is I Commr. Tom Bumby suggested Kissimmee Oilers who lead the 28th-30th. Complete details of : -
'held at 11 a.m. league, will be the all-star men-
secured at
1 I
a three-way split in the this program can be
From Pat Patterson
The chancel choir is taking ai I cost but Jackson I Office. -
informed tor.Officers th!' County Agents
i I well earned vacation and rest pei -I the county commission of the of the Kissimmee Jun-
FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY i i nod during the month of August.! school board's position. I ior Mayor League are John! latest J-66 Model, complete with
At their last rehearsal 1 I Moore, president Hugh Barrette Farmer Committee
| a get-to Jackson said it provides safety -I ; film and
Dial gether party was held in the so-i for the children and Is a vice president; Mrs. Kate Smith, Election SlatedEarl case, flashbulbs.
847-3281 !icial hall to wish the choir'direc-! bargain at $3,500. i i secretary; and Paul Sullivan,

!tor and organist, Mr. and Mr*.i "But it is a better, bargain i treasurer. Edwin Whitewolf and
:Lester Geisler, a fine vacation at i for the city at $1,750," Commr. .Earl Hutchinson are equipment Partin, Chairman of'
the' beach. i L. J. Harvey added. ;managers. the Osceola ASCS County It's' fully! automatic. No focusing, nothing to set,
_. .. .I Refreshments (, of four teams include :ommittee today announced Just the and pure
.- --- -- --- - were served by County Atty. Murray Over- Managers the pick up camera snap your
the hostesses Mrs. Robert Breese St Cloud; ha nr"Hminary plans are I
Clyde Nelson. street Jr. advised the .
com- Sts the easiest Land Camera ever made. Fear*hnptamotions
i Mrs. W. E. Shrewsbury and Mrs. missioners the expenditure ;Fred Irving, Kissimmee Mer- now being made for the an-
are si need; to mako a picture.
nual election of Com- you
l John Summers. was a legitimate one. chants; ,and Ray Barrett, Coca- County
Commr. Harvey made the financial mitteemen to be held duringthe '*'lr 10 seconds your; picture is ready. Snap the pct

BIG COOL -I motion, and Commr. Oren help to make the trip month of August. Jure-then count to ten.; That's atl-you do.

Marion's 66 !I Brown seconded it, to go !Moore said. He asked' that anyone The election will again be

Still Leads t 1 ahead with the work. able to donate write the held by mail ballot and ballots -! You've always wanted to own a Polaroid Land Camera.
LoopMarion's 1 league at Box 595, Kissimmee.GainesOdell will be mailed to all : This is the one for you! The J66 has aW the advantagesof

f j! !, 1 I known fanner voters on or electric eye automation and actuary costs about the
SMALL COST Broadway 66 Pharmacy dropped Monday a game to''!I Florence Jones !: I II Ii about August 20, 1963. In order same as any big-picture Land Camera Model Come k

!t I to be counted, ballot today and let us give you a 10-second demonstrator.
night, but still hold a half game Degree
must be returned to the AS
I Vows Are Spoken
,edge over Padgett's and Broad-i t
CS County Office in personor
way, who are tied for second; Florence Jones of Kissimmee, ,
be postmarked not later This is the Polaroid J6S
: :
place in this halL : Mrs. Julia Gaines and Edward .
{I recently was awarded the M.S. I
than August 30th, if sent .
If500 BTU : In the opener Monday night!degree in education by Indiana Odell of Binghamton, N.Y. were mail.
Utilities gave Padgett's ,a closes II''I.University at the Hoosier state : united in marriage July 21, at back by . . .j ...r;
'shave' but took,. the., short'end.: of[university's 134th Commence-_ j the First Christian Church ,Rev. The Committeemen elected "111 "" =-
coou -
.a 2-1"score. : J[ment. I Jimmy Cox officiated at the 3 I will assume office on October I -
I i i : pjn. service. A. reception_ was I 1, 1963 and serve a period of .
+ CAPACITYModel I I, STANDINGSTeam f i ii :, The 1963 graduating class I held following the ceremony at one year. The ASCS Committee -

( W. L. Av. GB!which included both the June ,the home ot'the bride. Mrs. EveLyn administers locally under ,

j Marion's 66 5 2 .700 ... j I and September candidates for :( Croxton played the traditional the United States Departmentof s
I .4 2..664 V4 i bachelor's, master's and doctor's ,wedding music.. Agriculture, the various national -
__ __ $9995 | Padgett's 1, - --- -
RL 4)6() I Broadway 4 2 .664 %I Mrs. Gaines chose a reembroid- programs dealing with
degree, numbered 4.956. Released : ered blue eyelet dress for her production, adjustment, price
I Hunts 3 3.5001%
O I 2 by I.U. Registrar Charles E. !wedding and wore a white carnal support, conservation assistant
I City 2 4.333 %
HarreH were the names of only ; >n with white acces- and special
corsage emergency
I Road Camp 4 4 .000 3%
the June graduates. : sories. Mrs. Helen Bumby was type program as assigned by
RATku& 0 J the bnde's only attendant. She the Secretary of Agricultureor
Arcade !: was attired in a yellow summer the Federal Congress.The HUNIBROS
: frock with a white carnation cor- various program policies

i I I, sage. of the Department of Agriculture .
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER I Theatre i iI i Frank Gaines, son of the bride, are largely basedon
I i,served as best man. Ray Gaines, the advice and grass roots
: MATINEES: SAT. SUN. 2:30 I I also son of the bride, served as recommendations of these local 114 BROADWAY Ph. 847-3621
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: EVENING PERFORMANCE 7 P. M. I usher. elected farmer commit.
TWO-SPEED COOLING . LOW for quiet tit
I I Mrs. Tom Lee, Mrs. Libby tees.
comfort or HIGH for maximum cooling. II II I t _____ __ _
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maintains I FRI. SAT., AUGUST 2, 3 t XLlY XJJ.Y i ,
AUTOMATIC THERMOSTAT . I were in charge of the reception. --
Just-right temperature. Choose from ten setting I "THE DEVIL'S HAIRPIN"Com.l I I!I They served cake and punch to

WASHABLE AIR FILTER .. . savei time and. I Wilde If 35 guests. After a short wedding
money. It washes right in the sink. ; plus I f! trip around the state Mr. and
Sweetest luxelico! or dint-r reader Mrs. Odell will be at home at
ADJUSTABLE AIR DIRECTOR. ..allows straight tau t. Ctnlrtl Florida. Deligkt 1510 Mabbette Street -
discharge for maximum penetration or on upward Chandl.r It your fmmily . konor fonr gush :

_Ie io 45-degrees. : Susan Hayward . by bringing tem> U Ml Inly I Legion Auxiliary .( 4
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Kenansville To \ The Klsshnmee Gazette Kissimmee, FUu, Than., August 1, 1S6 ;i
To Combine EngagedLorraine Recently I

Get Mobile LETTERSTO I alism that we must depend on

IPW3 I I the Republican Party to provide
Parks RecreationThe Telephone ExchangeAugust THE EDITORSt. us with an HONEST choice of

18, is the target date candidates not a liberal 'versus

,for unique completely sell Cloud. Florida a liberal, but a conservative
a ,
first step in improvingthe In the same subject from Tlor-. contained and modern S July) 29, 1963 versus a liberal. I see Barry
parks and recreation systemof ida State University. He has also Telephone Exchange to be estab- To The Editor, Goldwater as the ONE man who

this city has been taken by done work on his doctor's de lished at Kenansville by the Kissimmee Gazette can fight the New Frontier and

the city commission which approved -gree. Florida Telephone Corporation, Kissimmee, Florida win! Apparently I am not alone

a program outlined by For the past couple of years according to Max E. Wettstein, Dear Editor: in that belief. I understand that

City Mgr.. Charles 'Jackson re I Palmer bas served as assistant president and general manager. By not having military dis- over sixty thousand (60,000) petitions

cently. superintendent in Lakeland. rJt A This exchange will be com charges and service records in are being circulated by
Jackson has announced the ap- i l a place known to their survivors "CMzens for Goklwafer", Valley
mobile in respect
pointment of William E. Palmer,! followed pletely every ex-military service the
His appointment approval 'Florida Telephone has engineered many Forge, Pemwyrvanfa, urging
as director of parks and recrea by the commission of a office men will work a hardship on Republican convention to nominate -
this of telephone
tion. He will assume his job plan submitted by Jackson to with primary type consideration given r their families. the Senator for President _
Aug. 5. combine parks and recreation.The to better telephone service for Many survivors are entitled to This group also provides all

Palmer according to Jackson plan also included taking customers in the Kenansville, ( certain benefits or compensation kinds of material and helps for

appears to be well qualified for several men from the public This decision from the V.A. organizing focal Goldwatergroups.
Yehaw Junction area.
the position.. He received his works department and. placing also based on the future The County Service Officer I have already sent in

bachelor of science degree in recreation j them under Palmer so that the 3, '' was outlook in the area who will assist in making the my own request, and it occur-

from the University of j jFlorida parks and recreational facilitiescan 111111 and growth to meet various commit- I' application will require documents red to me that many o* your

I and his masters degree I be improved and maintained.Fiftyone .I mants with the Florida Turnpike information.In from. which to extract the readers might with to do so.

Authority.The order to save time and too.My conscience simply will notlet
itself is
LittlefieldMrs. exchange comprised 'II
Governors needless suffering on the part of and watch be-
of equipment by North Electric .. me sit by my
Alice Littlefield Kiss-
"1 I the survivors, I would like to loved being torn to
II immee and Melbourne N. Little- Company of the NX-2A . .
';\ I suggest that all ex-military personnel
shreds by men who have triedto
Crossbar It is initially in-
Attend Conference, field of West Palm Beach an- stalled with type.a capacity of 90 ; ,. I contact the County Service make a dirty word of patriotism

nounce the engagement and approaching lines and 1000 directory num- : i4' J." = l. ... I Officer and have him setup and attempted to reduce the
marriage of their .
1 o ,; '- .." I a file with all the required
-r. Constitution to
Fifty-one American Governors who wished to speak had doneso daughter Lorraine to Francis H. bers and will be operated on a meaning of our
information he will need to help
attended the National a roll call was taken and Willmering. son of Mrs. SimonB. T.P.S. (terminal per station) Mrs. David Lee Castlewitz I survivors for those absolutely nothi g.
Governors Conference at Mi- the Chairman proceeded to Abel of Illinois. basis. to apply I declare myself here and now
ami Beach last week forty- the next order of business.But The bride-elect is a graduateof At the time of service the Hansell I benefits to which they are eligi- as a Southern Democrat for Senator -

-eight from the states three the roll call amounted to Osceola High School with the, equipment will be wired for 60 Castlewitz ble. Barry Goldwater. and I intend
Edward J. Smith
from the territories- Guam nothing than I to him through to victory -
more an expres- lines and 200 directory numbers.The see
class of 1963. Her fiance is an
I St. Cloud
American Samos and the Vir- sion by each of his !
governor office wil provide dual func-
airman in the United States Air
gin Islands. The Governors of political position. As Governor Force and is stationed at McCoyAir tion trunks (dial "0" or DDD) Vows Are RecitedSue i Thank you for paUMing my
July 15, 1963
Delaware and Pennsylvaniadid Brown of California said Base. to Winter Garden and also letter.

not attend because of pres- the day before "when we The will take trunks to St. Cloud, as a satel- Lee Hansell, daughter of I I I Gazette Yours truly .
wedding place wore a corsage of. white carnatiocrs. Kissimmee
sing business at home. The get back to our own states lite service. As for the local sub- M. G. Price
Conference we're September 7 at 8 p.m. at St.John's Mr. and .Mrs. Byron Vance Han- I I Florida
opened Monday going to do 'what we Episcopal Church scriber, local numbering will be sell and David Lee Castlewitz, Mrs, Castlewitz chose a sum-i Route 6
morning in the vast Napoleon want to do anyhow." That Dear Editor
on a seven digit basis with an son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Castle- mer frock of jersey printed intones i Wfeaten-Satem,
Room of the Deauville Hotel. seemed to sum up the situa- : I am deeply disturbed by the
office code of 436-and numbers witz of exchanged: wedding North Carolina
of blue and White
All of the Governors were I green. I state of our nation today. As an
tion.There Twelve Granted : to be assigned within the thou- vows in a double ring ceremony accessories and a white carnation]
seated around hollow I writing to as
a large were individual am
governors present July 16, 1963
sands group 1 (one). : July) 19, at seven thirty corsage completed her outfit. I
rectangle arrangement of tables however who strenuously newspaper editors as possible -
New TrialsTwelve The decision by Florida Tele- i o'clock, at the First Baptist A reception was held in theEducational '!! Mr. Leo Schumaker
without regard to politi- objected to the use of the in an effort to have them
phone Corp. to provide this type 'Church Reverend Dewey Mann Editor
Building of the'
cal a affiliation section of the conference which
as a political forum publish views are as
in this il.of New Beach officiated. I KISSIMMEE GAZETTE
service expandingarea Smyrna Church. The bride's "table cover I
nation or alphabetical by
ar bent
governors on
prisoners serving time of the state, is certainly Candelabras holding burning white ed with a drawn work linen cloth I I Kissimmee, Florida
rangement. The Conference broadcasting their Individual racial tensions, fisc-
in state institutions have been Increased
welcome news to the subscribersin I tapers and floor baskets of white brought by the bride's aunt from!I Dear Mr. Schumaker.
quickly developed into a political views. I Communist
political They preferred
granted new.trials. irresponsibility, a
and back-, Your article appearing July 4.
this locality.Nazarene gladioli mums against a Mexico, was centered with a tiered i
several gover- to use the time alloted Judge Parker Lee McDonald I Cuba loss of states' rights this and
ground of palms'surrounded the 1943 regarding agency
nors in turn reading lengthy for the exchange of Informa- I wedding cake. Lavender can-
went through the stack of peti- : these are the accomplishments work it is endeavoring to
statements altar Mrs. Cecil Tyner organistand dles in silver candelabra were' the
as cameramen tion on science techology, research I of the liberal New Frontier. I
tions with Robert L. Hutchinson
Bible vocal-
moved l in closer on each of expanding Mrs. Charles Tindall, entwined with fern and baby perform is acknowledged
employ- I sick of this kind of "pgress"
assistant state to determine music. am
attorney ist, presented the wedding .
them and mums. Punch was served from a I appreciation.Such
row upon row ment opportunities
corrections whether or not the School To Start in but we will get more of and concise
con- The
newsmen patiently followed I and rehabilitation and bride who was given cut crystal bowL The guests were I accurate
victed men had had proper legal marriage her lather chose a the same by continuing to vote is oi tremendous
copies thoughtfully handed to organization and operation of by greeted by Mrs. John Spencerand news coverage
them in advance. After those the governor's office. To representation at their trials.In Vacation Bible School at I gown of white Chantilly lace over presented to the receiving'" for liberal candidates (example value to this agency in informing -

these areas the each case he set aside the the Church of the Nazarene I peau de soie. The simple bodice line. Mrs. John Hollis aunt of Kennedy, Rockefeller Scran- the public of our efforts in
I governors judgment of the court ordered August 5th and featured Sabrina neckline that ton, and Romney) forced on us have
ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM gave their finest hours, for it will begin a the bride, kept the bride's book I assisting individuals who
HOW TO KILL IT. was here that they transformed that the prisoner remain in cus- continue through the 16th, was outlined with irridescent sequins. -' and Mrs. Imogene Barrier pre by the Democratic Party and violated the law to again become -

IN 3 DAYS. themselves from politicians today of the state (unless bail with the'final program sched--I The voluminous skirt, end-,., sided at the bride's table. Others:, the liberal minority of the Republican lawabkhng contributing

If not pleaded with strong, Instaatdnin considering the next election was posted). uled to be held the 18th. ing in a chapel train, was made assisting were Mrs. Paul Sham- Party. We must havea members of their community.

T-4-L.. your 4Be baek at any Into statesmen considering Co-directors for the school': of scalloped lace tiers each scal- biro Mrs. H. L. Drummond Mrs.I I Conservative in the White With warmest persona! regards,

drag tore. Watch Infected akin The reason for not returning will be Mrs. Harold Butler also decorated with the inide- House in 1964, or face national
along off. Watch healthy akin replace the next generation.Kindergarten lop Billie Jean Groover, Mrs. Her I rema .
It. Itch and burning are them to county jail here was and Mrs. Bob Clark. The I scent sequins. Her veil of French bert Edmondson, Mrs. Inez Fertic chaos and confusion.The Sincerely
coa TODAY at AU Drag 8teree.1:1.. because of crowded conditions.A Go Ad.' is
will be "Let's Democratic Party so
-:. silk illusion was attached to a Miss Linda Hansell and Miss I Roy W. RueeIIChairmman l
CARD OF THANKSTo number of prisoners have already venturing." _ !'I I double tiered crown of pearls and Rosalyn Mathis. thoroughly indoctrinated in liber-

Term Begins been returned and are be- crystal drops. She carried a bou- For ,
those who expressed their All children of the commu- a wedding trip to the east
held for retrial. .
ing quet of white orchids and steph--coast the bride
sympathy in so many beautifuland .Miss Farah dark returns next The bonds set by Judge McDonald nity are invited to attend. Ses wore a beige THE
anotis. Her only ornament was a linen knit dress
with brown
practical ways during our week from an extended vacation sions for children 2 through
recent bereavement we extendour $1,000 to $5,- held each diamond cross gift of the groom. and a white orchid cor-
trip to Arizona and California to 000. 12 will be morn- KISSIMMEE GAZETTEA
heartfelt thanks. Miss Karen Hansell, sister of sage. After August 1st, the young
begin preparation for the opening ing from 9 to 12. For those
Pearl and the bride was maid of honor. couple will be at home at l19Y..
Snyder family of St. John's Episcopal Kind- Those whose sentences were 13 and over the sessions will
Maude Lanier and family 9 She wore a street length dress Hibiscus Court Orlando.Out a ....... H. Perry >ew.p.1f
garten on September 3rd. Miss set aside will have to appearin be held from 7 to _p.m. N 1
of lavender silk organza over taf
I dark whose .thirty years of ele, court on Sept. 16 for a new }f of town guests included
Workers include Mrs. feta. Her flowers deep
will were a Mrs. John Hollis and daughters, Offices: 24-26 Stewart ATC.
mentary',school; teaching experi*i: arraignment. Judge McDonaldsaid Aimee Hill .Miss Elaine Lory, lavender orchid surrounded by \ t
PIZZAFREEZETTE has, made. of the.' some of them are gambling Jan and Judy, from, Femandina f 847-2881 -
ence :one .mMtng '
lavender .
Becky Wyant .Carol Toms wore
Mr. and .Mrs. Ray
with t Beach, Florida ::; '
most skilled teachers in the, time inhat they may, Linda Skinner? Judy Fullerton mashing tulle headdress. MiSS, and Mrs. -
I' I county is beginning her second through a\ new trial, be sentenced Bessie:Price Emllie Bau- Linda Wehner and Miss Beverly Scheen, Eau Gallic, Mr. Eot4reA ai. er
Alfred Pollein Orlando and Mr. In tl; real' ()itflft Ott } ...
year as St. John's Kindergarten to a more lengthy term than com, Pat Spitzer Phylis Wy- Haydon, both of Orlando were and Mrs." Ronald Robinson Or-

DRIVE-IN teacher. they were originally addled ant Kay Ennis, Mrs. Charles bridesmaids. They wore dresses
lando. KUaimmee Florida
Published Thursdays at ,
Father Hainlin, Rector of St. with. Knisley Nancy Lory Karen styled the same as the honor at

DON'T SCRATCH John's has announced that registrations Those involved included William Skinner Vaughn Hart, Hay- tendant's. They carried orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Quick of LEO SCHUMAKER .,

THAT T ITCH! are now being received R. Willis den Price. David Talbert, Orlando was the Eau Gallic announce the birthof
George Dewey
Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION
for the fall term. Registration Also Woody Spitzer, Harold best man. Usher-groomsmen were
MINUTES 7 lb. 6 daughter, Angela
IN JUST 15 Herrin, J. B. Boykin Benton a oz.
fee is $10.00'and a monthly Butler, Patty Wyant, Jan Ful- Charles Hansell, uncle of me
If the Itch needs scratching your Williams. James Ledon O'Kelley Joan, July 10th. RATESSix
store. Ton tuition of is lerton, Tommy Hord Carol bride and Roger Cardwell, Or-
48* bark at any drug 20.00 charged Application is the former Joan
f_l qulek-dryl-r ITCH ME -MOT forms and information Harold Wayne Nash, Albert Polo, Martin Alice Martin John lando. Mrs. Quick I months. $2.50; one year, $4.00; two year, n."
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ADtI ptlCMtloa kill terms to booklets may be obtained from Miller Sam Miller Mrs. Mar- Mrs. Hansell- wore a dress of
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for insect bite, ringworm -
foot eczema Itch other surface 847-2009 any weekday morning Bernard Muldray, and William Grace Hart, Mrs. Betty Wyant for her daughter's wedding. Her

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II- .. I Harrington. I mee. Osceola County Florida, at
Certificate No. 199. I twelve o'clock noon on the 12 day STOVU- unuooAtou

ARTICLES WANTED il Year of Issuance of Property May 29.: 1961.Magict i of August. A. D. 1963. the forth Call.. ,
REALTORAMAFOR Description ing described property as set USED
FOR SALE 1 Heights Blk 5 Lots South.2'l & 28 Range'Section 33 in said Final Decree. to-wit. Parks Furniture Co.
35. Township" 31 Lot 17. of Kissimmee HIgh- FURNITURE
East. lands second Addition Osceola .1 Yaw
A. *'Rtrpok
assessed LevIe For Prams
1 WOMEN Christmas selling j I Name In County. Florida S.w l.Thurmond|
SALE : Wilson. the Official Plat taccording1th I RkTRldBLATOR
BARGAIN BARN starts early with Avon Cosmet-t I Certificate N200.May 1961. day of March. A. D. 1959. and I01S Wed Chwch ORLANDO M7-4171
Combs le; Zippers 3.; T..tIa I Year of 29. recorded among the Phone
Bra.he. ics-part or full time-valuable i Mantell filed and ** *>>* *saa
7e; Ear Bob. Se; Shoes I I Description of public records of Osceola County __ Ii7sg
l7e; S-k. 19c; Pillows 71e; I sales territory now available Manor Unit 1 Blk 14 Lots 1 to 8 Florida, on the 14th day of
Shirt. I1* Pants '*; DI'MIU I Write Close to New Junior ; Inc Section 35. Township 31 South. April. A. D. 1959. In Plat Book Flowers For All Occasions'
Avon P.O. Box
$1.0; Ra*. 35e; Nyl.a. 39e; Manager, ; Range 33 East. 330.
One (1) on page Christian Science
Hakes 5e: Panties 15e; B lto I 2427 Vero Beach: Florida. ) High School. Name in which assessed: CynthiaE. Dated this July 27. 1963.
15e; Cap 15e; Spreads $%.M; ,. arm Johnson. (Circuit Court Seal) BLUE HUGH'S Society
w w
Hair Nets 4 No. 201.Year .
j T-shirts 39c Certificate
Nearly Kvrrj-b: Bargain Barn. Come to Sibert I Description of Property: Lokossw County. FloridaPhilip Month H ..-.
Mllln Warrkvasr la Davenport. t' REAL E TATE I Bath . CB, . c Park Unit A Blk 10 Lots 41 to 48. SOY A. HJiadolpkils4
R. Kelley
Immediately Follow the alms Section 34. Township 31 South P.O. Box 331 (12 E. Monument IS ttOADWAY M7-4S11 S...., favk.s. . . . 11 ....

Oprsi BARGAIN Week BARN.D.j'. lad Snad?*_ : Range . i Range Name 34 In East.which assessed: 2: R. Ave Attorney) for Plaintiff v fled l lGREEN'S. . . tlH ....

4'' Katz. et al.Certificate. No. 208. : August 1. 1963. ____
and Washer. Concrete : Year of Issuance May 29. 1961.
FOR SALE: Fishing boat and BR furnished ranchhouse,511,800, Refrigerator Description of Propertyt Lokossee I IN JUDGE.THE COURT OSCEOLA OF THE COUNTY.COUNTY Tasare Y.mr f.t.re la a FUELSales

motor Louis Smith, 217 N. : easy terms. Sunset Ranch on ; Drive and Carport. Section Park Unit 34.A Township 31 2 South& 3. FLORIDA. well-pajrlar&: Night pr*Classes fessiaDay

Randolph Highway near Approved
Range 34 East.
Phone 892-2583 Owner. : 80' x 80' Fenced Yard. j jAdditional' Name in which assessed Z. R. NEWTON HARRELL j Orlando Barber College and Service

FUEL OIL PHIL- I Katz et al. STRICKLAND. ) $399 8. Oramge. DI....m Tr.
65' 75' Not Fenced. All of said property being in the Deceased. ) GA 5illsSAND
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. EXTRA LARGE CHOICE Home x County of Osceola. State of Florida. To all Creditors, Legatees. Dis- meM 1474172 M7417I

OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 files, trailer or business lots. REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE. ; Unless such certificate redeemed or according certificates ,tributees. and all Persons having KISS$ MAU
shall be
NORTH MAIN ST 17-3941. Electric and good water. $10 to law the property described In Claims or Demands against said ROCK
down. $8 month or buy cheap ; 8,500 such certificate or certificates will I Estate: For Gas Delivery: Phone
; I You and each of you are requiredto MORTAR MIX 847-2058
: be sold to the highest bidder at the present claims which you.or Harold Wigd
for cash. Tropical Park on I Court House Door on the first Mon- any R. A. ntch U74539Kenneth
either nr vou. may have against STEEL & WIRE MESH
FOR RENT : Route 441 in North Kissimmee. j! Terms '1,000 Down 70 Month i day in the month of September. I the estate of NEWTON HARRELL Modto

... II I 1963. which Is the 2nd day of Sep STRICKLAND, deceased late of 892-7695 (St. cloud)
; 1963.
(IDORA PARK-2 houses. 11 extra tember. Osceola County, Florida to the _
Dated this 1st day of August.1963 County Judge of said County at For Go Struct: Phone
lots. Income $110 month. Cheap j I FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS i (CIRCUIT COURT SEALs ) his office In the Court House at fLUSfJ.YO J. B. Rownlroo 847-4062

KEEP YOUR Carpets beautiful for cash. Kissimmee 847-2380. |I / / Clerk of RAY Circuit Court. Kissimmee. Florida within six cal- Robert Allen
despite constant footsteps of n I Osceola County Florida. endar months from the date of the a Emory Bronson 1 7-4.570 I

busy family. Get Blue Lustre.' I.ARGE CASH DISCOUNTS on )I INC. -I' Each first rlalm publication or demand of this must Notice.be in leo Girourd 8 7.2061

Rent electric shampooer $1.00. Hnd contracts. Eddie dem-1 I NOTICE TO BIDDERS writing and must state the placeof 00 R. H. Hall 8921212. Si. Cloud
: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to residence of the claimant and or call H. T. Simmons,Mgr
Parks; Furniture Company. ons. Kissimmee 847-2380. 2 Broadway ,MSimmee all interested bidders that the I must be sworn to by the claimant. 847-4819
8473157FOR Board of County Commissioners of his agent or attorney or the same KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX
FOR RENT: Furnished three CASH BARGAIN Sure trailer i 847-3156 Osceola County Florida, will receive will become void according to law Robert O'Berry 847-3219

bedroom house. Close in. Phone : park subdivision. Central water j' sealed bids until 10:00 A M.. This th 26th flay of S. July.Strickland 1963. R. W. tossitse47.3441
for 1963 /sHenry
August 12. 1963 one compact -
8473212. I system. Kissimmee 8472380.J' : station wagon to be used by i Executor of the Estate of Phone: 847-3524 John Evans St Cloud 892-3482
SALE Building lots in of FRANK VINE deceased late of the Osceola County Road Depart, NEWTON HARRELL .

FOR RENT Two houses 2 bedrooms I For Sale by Owner: 3 BR 2 bath i!/ Johnson Park replat with all : Osceola County Judge County of Florida said County to the at the ment.Osceola Delivery County Is to Road be made Depart-at i THACKER STRICKLAND AND THACKERBox deceased

each screened porches, : cement blk. home, across from improvements. FHA approved. I his office In the Court House at ment Office Kissimmee Park. Flor- 527. Kissimmee. Fla. $AusSEvlCfELECTRICAL

nice shade. Reasonable rates. Martin Plant. Built.in range i i $1,500 each. 1-15 lots. See Kissimmee. Florida within six cal- Attorneys for Executor. Radio and I
endar months from the date of the ida.Specifications 1963
I be obtained Aug. 1, 8, 15. 22.
No pets. U-miles south of and oven newly painted inside : Charles B. Gonyo, 1405 Em- : first publication of this Notice. from Glenn Ray may, Clerk. Board of APPLIANCES :

Post Office. Phone 847.3527 or nd out. Landscaped yard, 10 mett Street. Phone 8473949. Each claim or demand must be In County Commissioners at his office -I NOTICE OF APPUCATION'FORTAX DEED eo.nin xowe RJtNHMNC*
must the
writing and state place
I 1 In the Courthouse In Kissimmee. T V
847-3626. membership in private swim i I of residence of the claimant and Florida. i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
must be sworn to by the claimant. I THAT Henry O. Partin & Sons
I club. $300 down plus closing ,: t Immediately following the time PARKS
FOR RENT One AL NOTICES his agent or attorney or the same I I Inc.. the holders of the following
and bed- LE
: two costs. 7306 Cassino Ave. Rose i; will become void according to law above shown the proposals received certificates hate filed said certificates ,1iuI.... .

room trailers, by week or I I Hill Estate in Orlando. IN THE COURT OF I' This the 12th day of July 1963. ; will The be County publicly reserves opened the and right read.to I for a tax deed to be issue

month. Rainbow Mobile Homes, THE COUNTY JUDGE (S) DANIEL J. VINE reject any .and all bids and to thereon.. The certificate number
M i I Executor of the Estate of anti year of Issuance the desertr
and Trailer Park, Michigan :, FOR RENT-Furnished apart-!' OSCEOLA COUNTY.FLORIDA I FRANK VINE deceased. waive formalities. lion of the property and the name.

Ave. % mile off Vine Street. ment, reasonable rent. Call 847- IN Tg.pA.pl OF i THACKER AND THACKER ; (SEAL BOARD) OF COUNTY COMMIS- in which it was assessed are as follows NORRIS CLEANERSNORRIS
PO BOX 527. Kissimmee. Fla. :
Past Bowling alley. 3013 after 5 p. m. or contact I deceased.CHARLES L. VAUGHAN.I I Attorneys for Executor :' SIONERS OF OSCEOLA COUN- Certificate No. 124.

I July 18. 25. August I, 8. 1963 TY. FLORIDA. Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. CLEANERS WILL CLOSE FOR VAL 'ON
FOR RENT: Two and three Mrs. Jane Stanko 203 South' FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF : By /HARRIS G. DANIELCh I Description of Property: Tollg
Manor Unit Blk 60 Lot 12. Section
room apartments. Aircondition- Clyde Avenue. ; ANCILLARY AmUNISTRATRIX i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Aug. 1. 8, 1963NOTICE 5. Township 26 South. Rang AUGUST 3rd TO SEPTEMBER 2nd.KISSIMMEE'S .

ed. Morefield Building opposite FOR SALE:' Expressway Homes j NOTICE CUM TKSTAMENTO IS HEREBY ANNEXO GIVEN i COURT. OSCEOLA FLORIDA.COUNTY. TO DEFENDIN I i30Naet. In which assessed. : F. B.
postoffice. Also furnishedhouse I Ii IiI that I have filed my final return NO. ---- THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I Thoman.
moved to your lot. Some with !I '
606 Emmett. as Ancillary Administratrix cum'testamento ; IN RE. ESTATE OF I THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN Certificate No. 131. FINEST
: no down payment. Small annexe of the estate of CHRISTOPHER S. GREEN, AND FOR COUNTY OF OS- I Year of Issuance May 29 1961.
i monthly Phone 847-j I Charles L. Vaughan, deceased; that Deceased. CEOLA. STATE OF FLORDA. IN Description of Property: S. L. & 103 East Dakin Telephone 847-4941
APARTMENTS FOR RENT$9, ,I 11 have filed my petition for distribution NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I' CHANCERY. I. C. Lot 29. Section 14. Township
2367 after 6 Jewell House I I I and for final discharge' MAKE APPLICATION ) I 30 East
$II, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul p.m. FOB KENNETH W MYERS 27 South. Range
; and that on August 12. 1963. I will I II FINAL DISCHARGE I Plaintiff. ) Name In which assessed: Marjorie
Davis 114 Emmett Street. Movers. I i apply to the Honorable O P. John .. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -! Vs. S t,I Sammons
I son. County Judge of Osceola i i! : ; JUNA DAWN ROY MYERS. .) All of said property being In the
FOR SALE: Three bedroom County, Florida for approval of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Kitchenettes:: rooms and trailer Defendant. ) County of Osceola. State of Florid
I house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x said final return and for an orderof that Murray. Overstreet Jr.. has,I NOTICE TO DEFEND Unless such certificate or certlfi
apartments with lake and shuf- distribution and for dischargeas I
I' filed his final return as admlnlsI The State of Florida to JUNA cates shall be redeemed according ROTHROCKSEPTIC
fleboard. By week month or 300. conditioned.. Priced to Ancillary Administratrix cum !I I trator of the Estate of Christopher t, DAWN ROY MYERS. 917 North to law the property described Ir
Motel St. Cloud i: sell. Contact Betty Eby 847- testamento annexo of the estate of S. Green deceased; that he has I II Gaylord. Ludington. Michigan. You such certificate or certificates wll
year. Capitol Charles L. Vaughan. deceased. I tiled petition for final discharge are hereby notified that a suit in be sold to the highest bidder a'
Hwy. 441. 2881 or 847-4266. July 6. 1963. and that he will apply to the Honorable equity for divorce has been brought the Court House Door on the first
-..-. ,. sMARY R. Vaughan I| O. P. .Johnson. County Judgeof against you by KENNETH W. I Monday in the month of Septem '
Ancillary Administratrixas Osceola County, ftlonaa.. on' the I i MYERS In the Circuit Court of the.1 ber. 1963 which is the 2nd day o TANK CO
aforesaid 1 i 12th day of August. 1963. for approval -, Ninth Judicial 'CircuIt in and for September. 1963. ,
Phillip R. Kelley i' of same and for final discharge -. County of Osceola. State of Florida 1 Dated this 1st day of August
I'm of l'\ P.O. Box 331Kissimmee j> as administrator of the estate -' and you are hereby summoned ordered 1963. -
part Florida I> of Christopher S. Green de I and required to file your, (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) g
thiSMii 1J Attorney for Administratrix : ceased. written answer or defense to the /GLENN RAY Culvert Tile for Driveways
July 11 18. 25. August 1. 1963 This 8th day of July, 1963. Complaint filed herein against you Clerk of Circuit Court
i I i i MURRAY W. OVERSTREET. Jr. in the above entitled cause. In the Osceola County. Florid Septic Tanks-a size for need. ;
I IN THE COURT OF THE 1 Administrator of the Estate of office of the Clerk of the Circuit" Aug L 8. 15, 22. 1963
rl\ - tti4zll1'W : COUNTY.JUDGE. Christopher S Green, deceased Court in and for Osceola County. Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
I OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA 'I July 1. 18. 25, Aug. 1. 1963 Florida at his office in the Court i I
'. NOTICE TO CREDITORS : House in Kissimmee. Florida on, Real Estate.Transactions
APP i BIN RE THE ESTATE OF or before the 30th day of August i i
: FRANK VINE. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AD. 1963. and to serve a copy of
: : Deceased.To NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN such answer or defenses upon 15 Years Experience
: 'I all Creditors. Legatees DlstrlbI THAT two public hearings shall be Thacker and Thacker, Plaintiffs at-I
I utees and all Persons having held by the Central & Southern torneys herein whose address is I K. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator
I Claims or Demands against said Florida Flood Control District: one: Box 527 Kissimmee, Florida on or]i L. G Cook and wife to Philip N
I Estate: on August 2. 1963 at 10 a.m. on the,, before said date as required by law. Brownsteln federal housing com
You and each of you are hereby Okeechobee County Courthouse at i I i, If you fall to do so. a Decree Pro I! missIoner. $26.550.
: notified and required to present Okeechobee; the other on August' Confesso will be entered against Albert Rogers and wife to Wll
; any claims which you. or either of 6. 1963 at 10 a.m. in the community. you for the relief demanded In the Ham Lee Frakes and wife. Klsslm
j I you. may have against the estate house. on Monument Ave.. Kisslm-:: Complaint. I mee. $36,000.Vernon Located at Kissimmee Tranjit-Mix Co.
I mee-for the purpose of obtaining::l WITNESS my hand as Clerk of Banister and wife tc
--- ,i the views of citizens in regard to'I i said Circuit Court of Osceola County Frank McGee Davis and wife. St t
i hours of operation of locks now be-:i Florida and the Seal of said Cloud 2200.
i ing built on the Kissimmee water-:'; Court at Kissimmee. Osceola Coun- Otis C. Wheeler to Harold M. ;
a ways located between Lake Ok ee-.i ty. Florida on the 29th day of I Chadwick and ,wife. St. Cloud. PHONE: 847-3524
ur GAS REFRIGERATION chobee and Lake Tohopekaliga i'I .July. AD, 1963. 6250.
15f Central A Southern Florida Flood. /GLENN RAY Edward Martin and wife to William .
Uninterrupted servlc . no cares about pruervlne. our tOO<1I Control District I Clerk of the Circuit |I II iCourt Watson .and wife. St. Cloud,
at the rlht: temperature with a modern silent Sen el Gas re- I ;....1 I / Its governing board I Osceola County.. I i ii $3100.
frl erator. Imagine all the Ice cubes you want. Sen'el automatic Riley S. Miles chairman i Fla. Francis Malone Henderson and
Ice-maker eliminates itruasllns! : with drippy ice trays.. I July 25, August 1, 1963 1' (SEAL) I husband and Marjorie Jean Malone STEEL SALESANY
your I -malrfr starts Itself. fills Itself and stops Itself . TRACKER AND THACKER ,' Coackley and husband to RobertS.
presents you with nice dry Ice circles v.tlch never stick: to- Z Attorneys for Plaintiff ]I Hensel and wife St. Cloud.
1, MAKE TO Box 527, Kissimmee. Florida i.I 12000.
I BOARD OF COUNTY TO THE Aug. I, 8. 15. 22. 1963 Frieda J. Best and husband to -
I COMMISSIONERS Ii Hattie T. Best and wife and ReneJ.
i r a OF OSCEOLAI i Ohlson and Joan J. Best. Kis-
, I OF PLAT IN OSCEOLA PORTION NOTICE OF MORTGAGE I simmee. love and affection. Competitively
I COUNTY SALE BI |I Juanlta Hansell and husbandto
i Anne E. Flowers. KIssimmee.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: suant to a Final Decree of Foreclosure -]i i $1,150.St TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by dated July 27 A. D. 1963. t Cloud Co. to Albert H. Green
f Charles P. Alcorn and Betty M. !scorn and entered In Chancery Case No.I and wife. St. Cloud, $3.750. HORS TRAILERS AND UTILITY TRAILERS
his wife that they intend to Circuit Court of the i
6489 of the and
I Severn de Wolf
I Marjorie
I apply to the Board of County Com, Ninth Judicial Circuit in and for Stella B. Severn to Robert S. Hen- BUILT AND REPAIRED
FURNITURE CO. I missioners of Osceola County, Flo- Osceola County, Florida, wherein j I sel. St. Cloud. 1500.
i rids on the 12th day of August.. First Federal Savings and Loan !, Bernie's Scrap Metal Inc. to Julius c.., . MeWe ..... S*..f Al Week C..r.*- .
i 1963. at 11.00 A.M., while said Association of Osceola County. a I of
Miller. Panama. Republic
"See Us For Your Gas ApplIances"KISSIMMEE Board Is In session after the publication Corporation organized and existing Panama. $150.
I 3 of this Notice In The KU- under the laws of the United' Orange Gardens Inc. to Joseph Old Orlando Hwy. none Uv*.t ck Market.

ST. CLOUD %'i: ;.r..' ;,,.. .. y.'I i slmmee weeks to Gazette have said for at Board least vacate two I States Palmland of America.Enterprise Is Corp.Plaintiff.a Florida and-;I Timney. and wife. Yonkers. N. Y.. Rt. I, MK 25S-A KltsJmm*
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847.4171 8922011Occasionally I : the following portion of Plat of Richard R. Capes :
Corporation: JulianA.
Ire r.%. aN{ Cowart's '' J. K. Hays and wife to
Subdivision located In Os- and Barbara A. Capes his wife Johnson. Winter Haven, 40000.
;' c1 County Florida including and Silver Shield Corporation a I trustee
Douglas B. Stewart. as
I all of the named and/or unnamed Florida Corporation.. are named aassI j to Dante F. Varsad and wife HI*- LOU YOUNG WELDING
streets on said plat of Cowaxt'sj defendants. I will sell to the high-| leah. $3.000.Anna ,
j Subdivision, to-wit: for cash at the '
est and best bidder Elizabeth Flowers and husband
I All of" Lots 1-7. Inclusive of front door, of the Osceola County i: to Lothar H. Goold and wife. PHONE 947-3898
For Any Of S08" a Subdivision In. Osceola Courthouse In the City of Kissim $9.000.
County. Florida. recorded In Plat
Book I, page 297. public records - -

i These Services of AND Osceola EXCEPT County.: Beginning Florida.at LESS the Notice of Public HearingThe

-Il i Northwest corner of said Lot 7. OSCEOLA TIRESERVICE
run southeasterly along said lot
New Houses line and alone the rlght- f- '
of U. S. Highway 192 a distanceof

I. CommercialStnicteres I 100 1563 feet;feet thence more run or S less 34- 30'West to Board of Adjustment will meet at i (

the water's edge of Lake Alliga $) Custom
i I tor ginning; thence at return the Northwest to point of be- 4:00 P.M. Thursday, August 15, 1963, City W
corner i
: of Lot 7; thence run S 33* W 150i Commission Room, City Hall to hear the 223 9. BERMUDA
Remodeling : feet more or less, to the water's: PHONE 847-2207
I edge of Lake Alligator; thencerun following:
southeasterly i
I Additions I" ter's edge to where the waters Request of Charles L. and Betty Jayne
.1 edge of Lake Alligator Intersects II

AhHnimmi with thIs tract.DATED the. most easterly line of Gritter, 307 South Clyde for a variance to

Siding I S/this CHARLES 19th day P.of ALCORN July. 1963. operate a boarding house for elderly per- 0 .., lI IE WISEECONOMIZE-

I BETTY M. ALCORN sons in an RB-2 (two-family residential)
Aluminum | my 25. August 1. 1963,
I I district on the following described prop-

everyone needs some information about : Awnings. NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOB "
I 1
I I erty: Extra Quality Block*
Insurance. If you have a question, call our office Storefront i I THAT Leroy Bass, the holder ofthe Lot 2 Block 18 W. A. Patrick's Addn.
following certificates has filed At No Extra Coci
and give us the 6O-second'test.( obligation.
I Marquee I. bid Issued certificate thereon.for The a tax certificate deed to' to Kissimmee; also shown on plat of DoraS. ;i.

PHONE 847-4121 i numbers and years of Issuance the Lee's Subdivision of Blocks 5 and 18 of 'I-f '
Estimates :; description: of the property. and n. 147-4021
: the names In which It was assessed .
Patrick's Addn. to Kissimmee Florida.
t I are as follows: ,

LUPFER'SInsuranceAgency I: SEE-. ,i! Year Certificate of Issuance 191. May 29. 1961. This is a public hearing and any inter- Member of Osceola tosaijr Bakers A8ee1au.

!1, Description of Property: High
i Meer.e-1r. : Prairie See B BUt 27 Lots 5 A 6. ested property owner will be heard regard-
K. C. : '!Section 21. Township 31 South.
.0: Range e331n East. ( ing this application. OSCEOLA CEMENTPRODUCTS.
i TRIANGLE !1 which assessed: H. B. ,
i Phillips.

1918 -- 9632 !i BUILD=,G I I!i Year Certificate of Issuance No. 198.i Mar. 29.'196L I' City of Kissimmee INC.

Description of Property: East .
'- i 11 3tew.'t St. i Highland Park Blk T Lots 1 to 4 Charles Jackson
Rre. lw. -N xt Ta tit* S47-4121 NEPTUNE
y : Phe 847-2279 i Inc. Section 35. Township 31 South ROAD ff166i18S.
(Range 33 East. City Manager
I 4 Name In which assessed: Hallle


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