Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00291
 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: August 8, 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: VID00291
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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s a : VQ i Klsslmmee.Entered as Osceola Second County Class ,Matter Florida KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1963 Established 847-2381 1894Pbone PRICE TEN CENTS

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tenth annual Tupperware pouring into Central Florida this I Following the Jubilee here the

Jubiles starts Monday morning week, filling hotels and motelsin ,Tupperware staff goes to Utah
and runs for four days of sales the area to capacity. They StateUniversity at Logan. Utahto

KISSIMMEE ELKS HONORED AT CONVENTION training gift-awarding and en- come by plane, train: bus and : put on the Jubilee there for

Picture above shows, left to right, PER Bodo Kirchhoff, ; tertainment. This year's special. car, from throughout the eastern the western half of the -country j

Mrs. Kirchhoff, Mrs. White and Exalted Ruler Jack White. a # q guest Is Arthur Godfrey. half of the country.Approximately Aug. 20-23.
The veteran of :radio and TV 300 of the aqua Decorations gifts and other
' During the National Elks Convention which held
was at J.a who has been called "the fabulous -and white two-tone Tupperware features of the eastern Jubileeare kI

San Francisco two weeks ago, Kissimmee Lodge No. 1873 ,. redhead" and the barefoot manager Fords are expected to duplicated there. This will be

i I received a Plaque 6f Honorable ,Mention for its outstanding boy of radio" is on vacation once again line the highway in the third year the Jubilee has

program for last year's Elks Memorial Services/The from his regular daily CBS !front of the company's interna- been put on in Logan. The first

plaque was accepted by Exalted Ruler White on behalf of gram "Arthur Godfrey pro-I tional headquarters here. Special and second western Jubileeswere I

the Lodge. In addition Past Exalted Ruler Bodo Kirch- Other headliners on the Jubilee i j lights have been erected to illuminate held there in 1960 and II
program are stars of "Flower the parking space reserve 1961. Last year the site was
hoff Editor of the Florida 'Elks News the official f
Drum Song," Broadway hit musical ed for the manager cars. moved to Colorado State University -I
quarterly publication of the Florida State Elks Association Franceska Kae and Larry Tupperware president Hamer at Ft Collins, Colorado. II I

received a plaque of First Prize for excellence of Leung. They ,will give a brief Wilson and executive vice presi- Tupperware people attendingthe I

the State paper. This marks the second year in a row that Louis P. Beck i I I appearance, to lend Oriental atmosphere ,dent Gary McDonald will againbe Jubilees pay all their own

the Florida Elks News was awarded First Prize nationally. to the Jubilee which I official masters of ceremonies expenses, plus tuition for the ,I
'(Photo by Hamrick) LeesburgMan this year has an Oriental theme. at the Jubilee which has sales courses they attend. :
The Tupperware Pavilion has come to be known as "the Meals are served at lunch and

been turned into a building resembling -world's most unusual sales con- dinner time in a football field-

Buys a Chinese pagoda or vention." sized! circus tent erected on the i T

the 'Teahouse of the August;!, Tupperware executives from Tupperware employee parkinglot I :' P w
AN Moon." The company's main various departments make up here. At Logan the Jubileers.1 i

,, tawu au Local Firm highway sign has been topped I the faculty of the training seminars ''eat in shifts in the student cafe- I .
with a pagoda-like roof effect which consume most of the 'I'teria. "'"
Mrs. Rote and
Virginia Japanese lanterns line the drive- Jubilee time. Regional vice f ARTHUR GODFREY
Martha Marshall have sold the ways. I,presidents will also be on handto To further give the Jubilee its I _

: 1 Credit Bureau of Kissimmee-St. Outstanding experts on selling' help run the show. atmosphere of fun and frolic 1

: : *.i Cloud The to Bureau Louis P.has Beck.been serving and related subjects who will appear -" In charge of providing the physical the dealers, managers and distributors -1i Boat Motor Co.

at 'the Jubilee Include Dr. properties, decorations and attending put on im- i
Osceola County since 1956 and
en- G. Herbert True, Dorothy Walters special effects of various kinds prompt skits and do songs I I
joys an excellent rating. Established Ruth Pomeroy and H. T. which give the Jubilee its showmanship and dances' during the meal-
in May 1956, it was purchased -
I At
in September 1958 by Mrs. "Dutch" Shulenberger. is Anthony Ponticelli, times. Balks Taxes
Dr. True, formerly of Notre manager of special eve n t s.
Rote and Mrs. Melba Tregre. The Jubilee benefits Kissimrftee -
Mrs. Marshall purchased Mrs.Tregre's .I'I Dame University, is an authority Among the creations' he and his I in several ways. Besidesthe s An attorney for the Kiekhaefer "This is not agricultural

on Creative Thinking and is a group have come up with this 'I property
interest in August, 1959. I'I'I money spent in hotels, motels fI Corporation said yesterday the I and not! timberland" La-
special consultant to many major year is a giant dragon, through i
Kissimmee is "home" to Mar! is of leaving
and restaurants and stores by company "thinking >'nier said. "It is an industrial re
tha and Andy and neither have corporations on Management :whose mouth the Jubileers enter persons attending the Jubilee, I this area" and he called the\ search
'I : property-top secret
Development. He is also on the : the "fun area" for the special
: plans to leave the city. extra employment is afforded, county tax assessor "a man who I II I I '"Taking it from that point and
s._ z . Beck is moving to Kissimmee.' teaching faculty of the U. S. :gift-awarding events Tuesday local citizens in making prepara- has figured he could be a mod-!;I the fact they paid $125 per

from Leesburg with his wife and;i Army Management School. i iI 'night.In tions for the Jubilee at the Tupperware -I ern Robin Hood." I acre, there is no reason! to assess
ELKS INITIATE MEMBERS-New members were initiated their two and half year old son I I Doorthy Walters is owner and this traditional part of Jubilee headquarters.The The attorney, Daniel Le i it at .other than $125 per

into the Elks 1873 Chris Sandy is a native Flori-Hostess I all dealers and managers carpentry, electrical plumbing I Fevre, appeared before the acre."
Lpdge Tuesday night.
They are, Wan covering attending get to take part in I
and a graduate of Stetson
and grounds crews under I Osceola County commission sitting -,! Lanier said I Ktekhatfer built
left to front Bob
right, row, Makinson, Dexter Bates Jack and the which
University., She is a legal secre- She is the subject coauthor -I some activity through : '
White, Exalted Ruler, Billy Williams and Phillip (Doc) tary and is working in the Trust of "The Selling Power of!' gifts are awarded. The groundsare I York maintenance are increased manager considerably Warren I to protest as a tax increases equalization in board valua-, j i long a dike, with around a the roadway lake 18 on mites
Patrick. Back row, Al Lidik squire, Gilbert Greenamyre, Department ol the first National a Woman." i i layed out_ with mechanical | tion of the
during the months prior to Jubi- company's property ii j ji |i and built a one-mile long aircraft
Bank of Ruth Pomeroy is homemaking I i devices of various kinds which I
Robert Whidden Jr., David Pauley, George Grice, Thomas Leesburg.Lou lee. i i where marine engines are tested : runway and installed un-
has lived in Leesburg for editor of Redbook Magazine. {[they must operate in order to I
Tumbleson, and Frank I in secret. dergro d cables for
Broyles, ( j
secretary. Photo by j guards
Hamrick fifteen years where he developed:*; "Dutch" Shulenberger, humor-j i i release the gifts. In addition a lasting benefit to Le Fevre said the taxes were I'' who 24-hour
are on
) the Twin Lakes Colony. Before:!'i ous and inspirational speaker j As an example, during the the community has come throughthe j'raised from $330,795 to $581,500 i patroli

coming to Florida he was.a wholesale -.i from Miami has appeared on j i iI Arabian Nights Jubilee two building of the 200-seat audi- and that after E. C. Kiekhaefer,i j has nothing to do with

Children'seatiiceess. tobacconist serving Wisconsin -I I. Tupperware program before. He |,years ago, a group had to capture torium which Tupperware had to I president of the firm, and Ted i fanning," Lanier said. "Any
PlayA and Illinois. He is a graduate: is a veteran of 25 years in the > a cave containing the "40 have to accommodate the Jubi-j i Collins, administrative assistant, time you put a grade in for 18I

of Kemper Military School, Racine I! insurance industry and has;,Thieves of Ali Baba", Comparable lee. The auditorium has been i challenged the raise, it went I miles, put in culverts and control -
College and attended the University -I!|i presided at hundreds of banquets': excitement awaits, the Jubi- made available to local civic to $1,354,050. up. the lake water level itself,

of Wisconsin. He enlisted in i!I, and trade associate meetings. '1 leers who attend this years Oriental and school functions when not :, Le Fevre charged that Wade I1 had to admit they were smart.I .

the/army ,and was discharged asj[ Tupperware. Jubileers begin i i. Jubilee.Commission. In use by Tupperware. Lanier, the tax .assessor, boosted i er than I was and I had to take
a! 'riperal staff officer..lD195900;.[: . ... tfie"tvalu aft in -the reed for It. (sic).
Suppose you had nearly for tome ofthe children had he Was"executive director of the t f" f trartty B
ty eager children wriggling to J grasped the ,seceret that good II U.S.)Highway 27 Association New Radio Station'Planned 44.Sead don to the challenge of I 'They peed ovcf $t* Mitten
vlous assessment and that It for it and they houd 'tew
be actors? A precious few ]pantomime is ,difficult, but The Becks are members of the
teenagers some with experience 4 one of the finest forms of act First Presbyterian Church of Lees- Sold AtMarket was valued far above neighboring i I what it's worth."
with the rest divided between j ing. Without any question thepantomime I I burg, the Girl Scouts of America i' for Area I pasture land and swamp, assessed I Le Fevre said Kiekha *er had
early teens, preteen 1 bullfight-entirely and the Elks Club. Sandy is counselors -': at $20 an acre. I, planned to bring manufacturing
and hopeful first and second '-was the high point of they I of Troop 100 and Lou was :' I The property valuation in- here "but now they are think-
I A previous announcement by'I I 1! dudes Lake X, a 1.000-acre testing !' ing of leaving this area."
graders. :show. Turner Wallis as Senor j|a trustee and served on the board i!I ,
The remarkable thing wasji I ,Cervantes, the bull fighter, 'of Camp Wildlife Chris is skipper -;; Edward C. Allmon, a Florida i The format of programmingfor At the I'I ground, and embraces about;|!, The commissioners plan to
that two able and creative!n'was clever and enjoyable, and of his own cruiser and hopesto 1' boadcaster, to construct and operate I i the new station will consistof Kissimmee Livestock. ,"0,400 acres. Kiekhaefer owns 1,i visit the plant Wednesday and
women from the Kissimmee,1 the bull-both ends of him, participate in the activities I' a powerful broadcastingstation what the owner describes Market Wednesday; 445 cattle I the lake, formerly known all I meet again Friday for a deci
Footlight I Theatre Guild !]played respectively by Jeff here. I at Kissimmee was made I! as a "pleasant, clean sound of and calves were sold comparedto Lake Conklin. sion.
could take this- mass'and Messer official this week i music that plus 1021 a week ago. !i '
[; Tommy -was a The Bureau contemplates no when the Fed- everyone enjoys,
and in 'a few short weeks,'wonder and delight The audience changes in personnel, at present, eral Communication frequent brief but complete Company to last Wednesday]
with SQ little assistance, teach<< rocked and howled and but assistants will be added as sion granted Allmon, I newscasts. Programming win be offerings in most classes too!: Elks To AttendHospital

so many skills and discover,shrieked with the Joy of It :new services and systems are in- ness as Radio Florida Commis.I, directed toward an adult audience limited for accurate test except
among so many hopefuls ai i The large central setting stituted. The same high standardswill ters, a construction I plus after-school program- slaughter cows strong to 50c--
touch here and there of real'talent }'drawn by the children themselves be maintained and all serv- build and operate a 5000 watt,I I I ming of selected musical ma- higher ana calves steady except
and promise for the)t showed a life-size engine ices will be expedited. radio station at Kissimmee.The II l terial of interest to teen-agers. medium grade 250-500 lb. stocker i Meet <.
future. : coming across Florida station, which will be housed In addition, special programs calves steady to $Loo lower
The large and appreciative I fields into what must have In ultra-modern studiotransj.I j'II of direct interest to cattle growers Calves comprised 82 percent of I
audience who gathered toj i been a quiet corner of Kissimmee -I I tracted all the crowd Chuck mitter facilities, will be one of' and citrus growers will be the run with 80 percent returning ,
see the culmination of the in 1901. The train had Ogletree served as ringmaster. :: the most modern in the United I'I featured frequently, and there to pasture. t' On Saturday afternoon, August ed and operated by the Florida
Summer Workshop for Children ':broken down, and the circus Tommy Messer and Steven States, employing the latest elec-, will be programming of special Utility and standard slaughter I 10th, the Home Committee State Elks Association In
which was given last which formed a large part of Shield did a juggling and tronic developments to provide! interest to the senior-citizen heifers 19502050. I of the Elks Harry-Anhe close cooperation with the

Wednesday evening at the}its cargo was temporarily tightrope walking act, Allyn its listeners with high-fidelity re-! community of Kissimmee St. Utility; cows 155017.00 one Crippled Children's Hospital Florida Crippled Children's
Community House did not expect ; stranded. Col. Halley circus I Miller.and Nancy Stark were ception. : Cloud and adjacent communities. standard $18.75, cutter 14.00 I will meet at Umatilla for its Commission, physical and occupational
a finished production;1 manager, played by Mark Lu- I clowns. and Debbie Scalli, Car- The owner has previous experi- 15.50. I quarterly business session at therapy treatments

they were all realistic enough ;i rie, reproached the engineer, I olyne .Phay, Janice Provost ence in broadcasting as a resultof I i I The new 5000') watt station will Good and few choice calves i I 2:00: o'clock. For that after- are administered to more
not to demand the utterly j; played by Tommy Messer, but I Susan Shield, and Eileen Dim- having built and operated ra- I operate on 1080 kilocycles and $23.00-26.00, standard $21.50-'! noon, Managing Director' than sixty in-patients throughthe
Impossible; and they were all finally was persuaded that I itri were the Flying Angelas. dio stations WBGC and WNSM, I will provide an intense signal 23.00. George Carver together with I! many facilities of the hospital
delighted with what they saw. j Kissimmee I)I Dava and Gill i his hospital staff, has Invited' and to
,, was a prosperousand j Lurie Margaret both in Northwest Florida. He I from Frostproof to Sanford and Few good vealers 25002750.I 1 I approximatelythree
It was infectious fun, and a promising place for an I j|I did a comedy act, Janet Goold also has done a considerable I from Lakeland to Cocoa. Kissim Medium and good feeder-stock-" all Elks, friends of the hospital hundred and fifty outpatients
demonstration of how much impromptu circus. A group i I('showed original talents as a St. Cloud Orlando Holo- and their wives, to pay a throughout Florida
I amount of consulting radio engineering mee, heifers 170019.00
er common
each child had learned of!of 'KIssimmee boys (Mike I 1!ventriloquist Bill Brooks and as the engineering consultant I paw, Haines City, Winter Haven, $16.00-17.50. visit with the children who |through the Elks home therapy
the theatre, its skills, and its !! Moore, Mike Wallis, Chuck I,Jerry Henderson were old- for various Florida radio Apopka Winter Garden, der- are being treated at the pres-1 I service program.

traditions. : Ogletree, Jerry Henderson, time Keyhole Kops, and a I and television stations representing :.I mont and Auburndale will all receive Medium cows. 160019.00," ent time. I The meeting will be presided
The Community House has>Jeff Scalli, Turner Wallis, Bill wonderful pantomime, the common $14.0016.50.Good Kissimmee Lodge No. 1873' over by Past State President
them in their contacts with intense metropolitan re-
its limitations as a theater ]|Brooks, and Steven Shield) Spoonerville Trolley, with I 250-500 lb. calves $23.00-I will be represented by Exalted Charles Pe kel1s. Fort
and one of them is that even had been going fishing, but Connie Evans, Debby Kelley, the Federal Communications ception. 26.00 medium $l9. -24.00, common Ruler Jack White and ] Pierce, and will feature prog
experienced adults have trouble :were one by one attracted toward Gail Gephart, and Patty_ Dun- I Commission.He j Representatives of the new 17002000. Medium and!; PER Jim Flanagan, members \ress reports from the Managing -
being heard. The ranging, the train station. The I lap, completed the perform is also affiliated with; the I company will shortly begin con- few good 100.2501bs. $24.00-29.50, i of the Home Committee. Oth- j' Director and from the
Missile at Cape t tabling civic organizations, churches -
Atlantic Range
action of a circus made it :;1 i women and children of the ance. common 20002600. 1 I ers planning toattend include {I I Chairman of the Operating
impossible to use microphones -!': community were having a picnic Sarah Berlin playing the I Canaveral, where he is a senior !i schools and agricultural !Vice President Paul Smith II ''Committee Cullen H. Talton,

and the result was that i,i : ( Janice Provost Susan II child Helen Bass did a spe- electronic engineer responsible groups, to begin arranging pro- i I 1 and PER Bodo Kirchhoff, editor !'!of Daytona Beach. Kisdmmee
many children's practiced j i Shield,' Barbara Reynolds, cial reading which Helen Bassi I for the development of complex ramming of interest to these of the Florida Elks News, j{Lodge No. 1873, as a member
speeches had to be taken on ,, Debbie Scalli. Eileen Dimitri, herself once gave at Sarah'sage. ]I' missile instrumentation. He win groups. This type of program- ': together with their wives. i ij of the Florida State Elks
faith The remarkable thing Teri Tarsal Sarah Berlin, |layout and supervise installation ming will be done in the public RLR j! The ladies of the Elks will'also ;;Association is strongly supporting -
'' I of the equipment for the newI :nterest&, and much of it will be Toes. 7-30 _____ M 74 0 ; meet that afternoon :i
was that so many of the chil Carolyne Phay, Laura Wallis, I All of the students participated at j this State protect and
I broadcast station at Kissimmee. I aired as a public service of the Wed. 7-51 .__ 97' 'JI 0 the !
same time for infor- Ifs
dren were heard. Many of the '' Pinky Hutcheson, Ivonne Lee, i in set construction and an j taking an aetive part in
older children were heard Lee Graves Hud Dunlap, and i design, and the production | Construction of the physical I nation. Tfaurs. 8-1 - -. 9S780 mal get-together, under the !Its continued growth
better than their parents Jimmy Gill) and their costumes staff among the young people !plant is expected to begin almost I tart 8-% .. 85700 chairmanship of Cot John i
might have been in the same ,. were a circus In themselves (included Jerry Henderson in immediately, and the station expects ! Julia Ann Miles has returned Sat. 8-3 __ 97 75 0 :, Gould, of Fort Walton Beach: j I Mr.- and Mr*. H. B. Jeaec of
arena. a delighful remiscence of general charge of set construction I to be "on the air" within 'from Crawfordsville Indiana Sun. 8-4 90 150 The Elks Harry-Anna Crippled -:I Ft Pierce were wwh ad geeU

But a good show especially what women and children t' Eileen Dimitri for scene the next few months. Call letters iwhere she visited Roberta Pollom Mon. 8-5 .86 72 .30 Children's Hospital is an lot I the Miiton WMddona. They
a good circus-Is primarily :were wearing sixty years ago. | have not yet been announced by I who is vacationing at her grandparents institution for physically handicapped :'were joined here by Mr. Je es'

a matter of pantomime. and For the circus which at. I Continued on Page i the Federal Communications the McCamro ls. children and is own- ': brother of Georgia
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author of the play gives.list to.in.*s -.u.fJtJ'l to W IM, Dava, and Baby Honey Bunch Margaret Gill, were a part of Mike Wallis and Mike Moore u the play "Fun in the is shown putting the finishing touches en Bill

the riagnucter, played hy Ckaek. Oglctrae. (PJa.Ie..kyHaariek t of tIM _circa M> splendidly portrayed by the young folk. Sun in 1901" opened Thursday night at the community I j Brooks and Jerry Henderson the Keyhole Cope. (Photo
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Mrs. Newt Norris Mr. and Mrs. i QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED .
Cecil Norris and Mr. and Mrs. SAVE
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Oliver Norris all to .
are going -
Jamaica wiiile the Max Norris' TOKCB ,.... co"a.ettT-1.s. .' wvmIII
and granddaughter Bunny are
heading West for a visit with son l

r; : tJ.tLttLlf1tL'I Max California.Jr. and family at Redding., r III

Jess Thacker and her mother. .1 MIN
Mrs. Wilder of Clearwater, are GO Mt ts
By BETTY EBY vacationing at their summer cottage
\ in Maggie Valley, North Car
v rHappy olina. Before returning to Kis-
i simmee Jess will pick up Steve. \
Rfl Pam and Peggy from their sum- '
birthday this week to coons Stella Martin. SJdppy Collins mer camps and go to Washington k
Florence Nahm, Aline Bass Charles ,, Wm. R. Campbell, Mike D.C. their former home, for a : :
t Rengers Betty Manuel Liz Mikeal, Mildred Reed George Anderson short visit. V IV St0r
. Shore Bob Berlinsky, Becky Jo Patricia Miller Larry Jean Mackey and children left -V
Barber, Steve Thacker Dick Sim-. Harrelson Eugene Spiers Jr., last week to visit her sister and C 4 -
dare Chitwood. Bertha Taylor husband Dr. and Mrs.. C. L. t sx >
I. CARD OF THANKS Linda Grissom. Hartzel Lucas. Campbell at Tallahassee and her R
W. with to thank our friends Parah dark Joe Tim Wat-
r Lorenz parents Mr. and Mrs. W. O. '
for the acts of kindnessshewn CHUCK
Hill, Henry Ramsey. Joe Crum
us at the death of our ford at Campbellton.Mr. 4 s r
loved one, Charlotte Ann Col- Robyn Story, Cathy Moore, Nancy and Mrs. Malvin Samuel
nns..I Smith. Gail Gephart. Dutch Lorenz -and daughter are vacationing at
.I Mr.Md...Cerf KwrtM.Hr. Gloria .
Durden Mary Degtoff their cottage at Spring
.............CMn mi Donald Walker. Best wishes to summer
.... Lake, Georgia.
Mr.w4 Mn.I.L I. !
each of you.Georgia Ella Mae Pound is a patient at
. Gal Woodward left this the Baptist Memorial Hospital at RDAST
-L BROASTEDCHICKEN week for Atlanta, Georgia for an Jacksonville.Mr. sicILY;;: ; ; T-Bone-98;
extended visit with her sister. and Mrs. Louis Smith planto
( Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Rehse have leave Friday for Henderson-
; FREEZE, EDRIVEIN returned to Chicago, HI. to make ville. N.C. where they will be W-D EXTRA LEAN FRESHER GROUND AND 100% PURE BEEF
I their home. joined by the Wayne Galbreaths
I The Norris' are all taking off who are vacationing in Illinois Ground Beef 5 $199
this week on vacations! Mr. and and will participate in the North -* ,
Carolina State Shuffleboard tournament -

WHY! I RAY: MORE] to Atlanta where they. will visit Can $99 LB V
their son and family.Mr. Picnics 3 16. CAN
_ and Mrs. Allen Carroll and i -T :
children, Pam and Doug, are va-
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FOR LAUNDRY cationing Sarasota.this week at Lido. Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. Milla Wilson and 1 .+
SOFTNESS' children Elaine and Chi, of Ma- ELGIN FOR
children Elaine and Chip, of Ma-
Lee Graves on Canterbury Lane. Special Low Price Baking, Stewing, Salad I '

Hood Soft Rinse all I .
your washaWes pampers and your Hood Guild Meets In W Extri Top ahe Stamp*

pocketbook, too! Fluffs tow-.s ; .--t.;>" B* *y"" Its New HomeWith Yellow Solids \ Heavy Cut-Up WITH THIS COUPON. AND fORCHAJI Of }
and diapers to fleecy soft Two PK t. rnoziN RICH*
ness. Leaves fabrics eo deep- RINSE borrowed chairs anda Eclairs
wrinlcle-free that ironing's couple of donated lamps ,
easy-when at aft. ",, the Footlight TheatreGuild V OD'!;UT 1OTNAT
necessary Aoco N IE
'x; held its first meeting last OLEO -
The complete fabric softener < ""' week in its new home the HENS
at the economy price. Art and Culture Center at 1I
Bryan and Stewart Streets.A ;

HOOD SOFT RINSEf r month ago Guild members .
washed windows and scrub 1 '
SD Extra Top Value Stamps'
- bed floors in the front part 1
of the old Bryan garage, now 1 1 WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
leased for the Art and Culture Five Pica*. FOZIN ACTOR on
Center for three years. Libby's Green Peas
All through July the young 1 .
people who enrolled in the I 0 :
I Theater Workshop offered by 621 AT ANY WINNDIXIISOExtriTMYil
It's Traditional i the Guild built sets and painted
properties in the Center
I with plenty of elbow room for LB. j

The familiar expression, "Your wish is all.The
Footlight Theatre Guild
our command," is an apt description of will put the building into bet- Limit 2 with $2.50 food order or more 1 Colonial Brand Quick Frozen to
:: our efforts to follow the family's wishes ter shape and use it for meet- 1 WITH THIS COUPON AND of
I\r I;:.1rIn, conducting the funeral service; ings, rehearsals storage for Two PK:... PHOICN rANnaIBreaded
properties, and constructionof
!" Riedel- service- has' traditionally..been.Met.cep sets.. Other organizations ._.. Oysters
.:: ered 1 round the eOOD THHU "".U8T tTN
\ family wishes.Of ;will be invited to use the Cen
T'Jofi o =?'.,', .'! n '! rnrr ,.. '... ,_' i. ter when facilities are' Im SAVE1?!* IACH V O SAGE FREESTONE . limitlptoow.' AT ANY WINN-DIXII
tliTGCLOEN proved. : '
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I Season Patron Completes Courser The Kissbmnee'Gazette, Klsslnvnee, FUu, Ibers., August 8, 1968 S
Junior Women To Pass I

I I ,Tickets- On Sale Youngsters Divers Win In Picnic Slated. '

I During the month of August =a Junior OlympicsFour At Orange GardensThe
Sponsor Play. i members of the Footlight Theatre Swim Courses

Guild are giving special invitations divers from Kissimmee Friendship dub and the
Mrs. Claude K. Whatley presi- will be set in front of the I to residents of Osceola County came home with ribbons from Orange Gardens PtawneecDe
up Coaches Jack Yearwood and Kiann Bronson Bobby Ellis, David -
dent and 'Mrs. Charles Jackson I to become patrons of the Guild, the AAU Junior Olympics held group will hold a potluck picnic
Winn Dixie, Friday evening, Pete Fawbush have announced Dyer. Charlie Berlin Linda
..it: was announced by Catherine Monday at the Rio Pinar Country Thursday. August 15th at 12
Ways and Means Chairman of August 23, and in front of Hunt names of the boys and girls who Caldwell. p.
of the
the Kissimmee Junior Woman'sClub Brothers on Saturday, August W. Beauchamp chairman passed swimming courses during Sandy Caldwell Chris Muller, dub. m. at the Orange Gardens Community
announced yesterday that 24. Tickets may also be purchased the second half of the ;recreation Jane Daviskm Mike Murray, buflding.
of carries Kissimmee the smallest
I The patron fee $10 was Members are asked to brine
their organization will sponsor a at the door prior ,to the performance program. Bruce Albright, Tommy Albright
I with it two complimentary season town represented in the diving white for ,
performance ofrile Town elephants prises a
and from members of The youngsters who passed the Danny Autrey.
and in the play 22 dubs
tickets a listing chJnpionshipsith dish and table
covered service.
Mouse and the Country Mouse, the Junior Woman's, dub. The Guild. beginners course are Mark Toom- Candidates for the lifesaving
of the from all the
programs as patrons over state taking A short business for
a live stage play for children, admission charge of 25c will be to ey. Theresa Williams, John Over courses are Lynn Davis Foy Hoffman mooting
This is a very pleasant way part. the election of officers will be
at the High School Auditoriumon used to cover insurance costs. i give the Guild a little extra support street, Sammy Singer, Martin Robert Murray, Joan Mag--
Saturday, Aug. 24 at 1:30 p. The play is approximately 50 and appreciation for its contribution Somers, Ronald Somers, Bonita nusson, Helen Bass Mike Suldo Jeff Cazier won fourth placefor held. AU ladies are welcome.

In.The minutes hi length. : to the County's cultural Underwood Terry Campbell, Car- and Lisa Yearwood. boys 10 and under: Patty
play will be performed The Merry Minstrels Is a ol Peterson, Mark Norton. Cazier placed fifth in girls 11 Chamber OfficialsTo

,, by The Merry Minstrels, a chil'dren's company of 7 actors from community life.The three plays scheduled for Debbie Taylor Kathy Taylor, Race TightensFor and 12: Jeanne Caner was sixthin Attend :
theatre company that is I Mike Ward, Marsha Ward Mi- Meeting
theatres and drama Blithe
1963-64 season are. Spirit girls 11 and 12 and De.vSuldo -
currently touring shows throughout schools throughout the country. Death Takes a Holiday, and You chael Harilon, Steve Hanlon, Mari League Lead placed seventh in boys 11
Central and North Central anne Cook, Jim Magnusson, Stew- The Kissimmee Chamber of
Can't Take It With You. and 12.
Florida. Season tickets also are being art Nelson Jack Mac Master. The race for the title of the Commerce announced the
Mrs. Whatley noted that the Chamber Gets Susan Burton Elliott Mike Florida Development Commission
sold during August. The price is Sue second half of softball play has
children's theatre movement has $3 a ticket. This may seem earlyin Ensign Mary L Westover Green, Chuck Garrett, Debra tightened up as teams enter the Continued from page 1 will meet with local representatives
grown steadily throughout the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Udstad, Carol Baskett Tracy of Chambers oJ
Directory the season to put the ticketsup last week of games. ic design, Barbara Reynoldsfor
country in the last few W. R. Westover has Muller, Elaine Bronson, Carl Ro- Commerce and other community
years. for sale, but according to Mrs. com- Hunts won two games and costumes. Bill Brooks for
\... Children who previously depended LibraryThe Beauchamp "It is the best time pleted the eight week indoctrination denbaugh, Myra Ustad, Susie Broadway and Padgetts each losta I properties, Carolyne Phay for Ida's leaders fall and to winter preview touristand Pier.
upon television as their only to sell while the Guild is riding class for Smallwood, Gary Schmidt and game with Padgetts taking one i make-up and Mike Moore for industrial advertttinf

means of entertainment now Chamber of Commerce high on the wave of publicityfrom women Naval Officers at Sam Lupfer. rom Broadway Monday. This ex- lights and sounds. campaign.The .
4 have an opportunity to enjoy yesterday received up to date the Children's Theatre Work The youngsters who passed the change of wins and losses puts Elizabeth Davis wrote the
live theatre as well. Aside from of Newport R. I. She will re intermediate course are Lee three teams tied for second one
city directories covering most -shop and their performance play, and she and Gill Brooks Central Florida
its educational and cultural cities in Florida. Circus Fun in the Sun in 'OL" port to the U. S. Naval Hos- Graves, Jenny Graves, Ricky game behind the leaders. Mar- were co-directors of the Sum will be held meet
value, children's theatre gives Published by the R. L. Polk Tickets are on sale also at pital at St. Albans N. Y., Green, Kim Thogmartin, Connie ions 66. mer Workshop. They were Hotel in at the CherryPlaza
Orlando 1(
youngsters a chance to participate Company, t hese directories Roberson's Rexall Drugs, 305 for duty. Ensign Westover Parker, Alyn Miller, Barbara In the second game Monday assisted by Barrie Mount, An-! a.m. on Wednesday, August at 3
in the fun and excitementof give names, occupations, ad Broadway; the Charm Beauty Salon placed first in academic and Whitewolf, Sally Schmidt, and night, Road Camp won their first dy Hermann and other members I 14th Interested persons arc ;
a live stage play. dresses, phone numbers of 14 Dakin; Held's 66 Stationon She is Bonnie Lantz.In game of this half with a come of the Footlight Theatre I invited to attend
The Junior Woman's dub is each resident of the city and 211 E. Vine, and Florida military subjects. a the swimmers course, those from-behind rally in the last inning Guild. !
urging parents to come with cross indexes of street num--Realty Counselors at 2 Broadway. graduate of the Universityof who passed are Susan Rooney,I to win 10-9 against Utilities.
their children to see this stage bers and telephone numbers. Florida. Danny Scholl, Melanie Scholl, STANDINGSW

version of the famous Aesop fable They also include a compre-- Joyce Williams, Lynette Norton I L A\e. GBMarions

about a wise country mouse who hensive classified index of t 66 6 2 ..750Broadway
Paroles Cut Down
taught her city cousin a valuable businesses and professions. I 5 3 .625 1
lesson. While this delightful There are 51 volumes of Padgetts __. 5 3 .625 1 BIG: COOL

comedy has particular appeal to cities in Florida ranging from Hunts ._ 5 3 .625 1
children between the ages of 4 Arcadia to Winter Haven and Prison PopulationProbation HiT Utilities 2 5 .284 3'*
and 12, adults! will enjoy its wit Pensacola to Key West and Road Camp 1 6 .142 4\s
and wisdom as much the cover 336 Florida communi-- I
and took in I
parole over accepted generally the courts
ties. This reference library is t
youngsters: the major work of regulatingstate of Florida only in comparatively Pair SentencedBy SMALL I COST
availabale to anyone as a pub-
Mrs. Jackson said that ticket
convicts in the fiscal recent In this ,
year years. past year
lic service of the
headquarters for "The Town furn- just closed, as prison populations the report states, there was a 16 City CourtTwo
Mouse and the Country Mouse" the directories are from their all-time cent increase 4 4COOLING 4i
dropped highof per in the numbeof
Ished free R. L. Polk Com wert
by young men, both 17, I
8,000 in 1962. convicts put on probation, rath-
pany. The books are locatedin sentenced Friday night in city
the Chamber office on East Roy W. Russell, chairman of er than being sent to prison. rni court by Judge Reed McWh rte 8 U
PIZZAFREEZETTE the Florida Probation and Parole As a result, and in spite of in fd i
Monument Avenue. to 15 days in jail plus a fine of !
Kissimmee's own directoryis Commission, in a year-end report creasing population and expanding $100 each. ;3ii! ;

In the process of being for fiscal year 1962-1963, declared activity in nearly every othe The pair, Larry Joe Hill and I
that there were 7,832 on public the commitmentto
compiled at the present time persons agency John E. Surrency, were charged

DRIVE-IN and should be available in probation or parole under the prison have dropped in 1363 with disorderly conduct by inciting I -. "_._::-.:: E:.::J: : CAPACITY
September or October Commission on June 30 while fiscal year to 2,983 from 3,369 the to riot. :-::.:-...-...--.-.- j
those confined to state prison previous year. =.. 1 i :
numbered 7579. .. ... ModelRL406
Convicts in* state prison reachedthe Two From Our theory is that the trouble - _. .-: $19995I ;
8,000 ,figure in mid-1962, witha City really started when we began
e waiting list, and at that time Receive DegreesDegree calling them teen-agers instead of y
the Cabinet Budget Commission BIG young people. CHANGINGTIMES

released an emergency appropriation candidates for term Bof
i IIGISfltfB TIADI MAK of $123,872 to provide 16 addi- the last trimester at the Uni-
tional supervisors for the Parole versity of Florida include Lois 1r Tk&
Commission. This last legislaturealso Garot Harper, Bachelor of Arts,
recognized a need for expanding and Carol Lee Simonson, Master i
the Commission's of Education.The s
Headquarterswill supervise convicts, says Rus- summer graduates, though ROOM AIR CONDITIONER

.' sell, and it authorized 21 additional receiving their diplomas upon pFICIq
supervisors and two administrative completion of their work August
assistants in this fiscal 10, will be formally recognized O TWO-SPEED COOLING . LOW for quiet Knight

be closed /eir and another 11 supervisors at t annual commencement exercises -, comfort or HIGH for maximum cooling. '

< tor the second of bien- in May 1964. O AUTOMATIC THERMOSTAT . maintain
.-s. .' ... year the 1- .
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8.1 8 result, said Russell, is that Art Dyer Named1Ietropolitan : O WASHABLE AIR FILTER . saves time and
parole releases were stepped up CFA RANGEY Smartest lunekeon or ,Ii"r..r re.desvow money. It washes right in the sink.
:from[ 1,163 to 1,280 for this past AgentArt
i. Central florid Deligktyonr O ADJUSTABLE AIR DIRECTOR. allows strofgJ
I fiscal year, and the number . .- family . honor tour gueitt for maximum
discharge penetration or an upward
for JUBILEE activitiesFree placed on probation was increased Dyer, newly appointed representative . by bringing tress ft this truly ..Ie to 45-degrees.
of Metropolitan Life .
from 2,322 in the preceding fiscal ..iCZ" Jiroi"f r orl -
to 2,733 this Insurance Company for this area .
year past year, FrN C.r'. a Mrtl..
Russell has returned from Memphis, Ten- ... c R_ f.an1Il1tJc .-
public tours resume most important part of probationand nessee after taking an intensivetwo .... ..- .. ,
parole is screening out dan- weeks course of insurance ; ,

gerous offenders who must be study. -. ,:';: ... ..the H..rt.f "";;.0': ST. CLOUD
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19 9:30 4:30 confined in prison for the protection <- Dyer, who lives at 313 Portage _..-. 0rtee00Ie 847-4171 892-2011
Aug. 1
Street director for the -. 1 OJ1 :.: (
of society, and at the same was youth I _
time to give full consideration to city for five years. He will service -
those who have been convicted ot policy holders both in Kis-
daily except
breaking a major criminal law simmee and St. Cloud.

but who may safely be returnedto The office, located in Orlando
i Saturdays Sundays their communities under strict is managed by James C. Dis-

{ regulation, to earn their own liv- muke.
and ing and to provide for their fam-
ilies. .
It costs the Florida taxpayer William D. Marvin Lr

Holidays nearly ten ((10) times as much Ot
With 6th Fleet
the Russell reports states, to con- O' '
fine a person in prison as it does 1
to supervise him on probation or Marine Private First Class William / e
parole. I D. Marvin son of Mr. and
Probation in Florida has been Mrs. William D. Marvin of 1807 I 1

Orange Blvd., Kissimmee, is in i.l -.
the Mediterranean with Marine;
Battalion Landing Team 1-6;, the \

mobile amphibious groundstrikeforce ,
of the Sixth fleet. 8 / s

The landing team is 'embarked 0

in Sixth Fleet amphibious units

and is engaged in amphibious
landing exercises with units of -

the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
i SAVE (NATO). 0tZ
The Marines embarked in the

\ I amphibious ships early in May at
WHERE YOUR Camp Lejeune N.C., for the Medi- Q FDAA

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MONEY EARNS cruise, they have visited Palermo,
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4 % Rollins Announces durability tests here and L _

Closing DateThe abroad stamps Ford the carol

the year. Pick a Falcon, Fair-
closing date for applications
i lane or Super Torque Ford
DIVIDEND from new students for the fall
semester of the Rollins College now. Drive the bargain of the f NORMAL or SLOW SPEED for normal
Graduate Program in Physics is load or d.licat* fabric. Wash .p..d
[COMPOUNDED AND September 7. year today at your neighbor- ..(.crion controls. spin *p..d.

PAYABLE QUARTERLY] t, Dr. John S. Ross, director o hood Ford dealer's REGULAR and SHORT WASH CYCLIS
combino with ,.od soloction
the program indicates that one to lawn
: : : of the courses of interest to entering dor any fabric. Spin, class and final.

students will be Mathematics OFFICIALFORD pin controdod by cycle s.l.ction.t10B1. .
i of Physics and Modem Engineering saw a FILTER.FLO SYSTEM clans, rocloans

to be taught by Dr. C. wash wator, oHmtnatirfg lint, sand, s .
Dan Pierson. soap scum.
G Another course of interest t COMPARE HEW BIO 12-LB. CAPACITY tokos largo family .

first year students will be Atomic (GIHUAL : was in stride.
and Nuclear Physics, taught b;) ELECTRICCLOTHES II

Dr. Paul B. Pickar. LOADS =
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:.The Klssimmee Gazette, Klsslmmee Fla., Thurs. August 8, 1963|t,United Appeal Workers Slated Summer Picnic
-- - Road Readings
1 Hear Bert NeidigA Long Range I I
AM members aai Meeds of
\ Small I Claims small but determined groupof the Ctoapter are Ie Ned to a
Osceola business and professional Planning AdvisedState Blithe SpiritThose pfeafc August ISth at fee Masonic -
mfn and women met last Temple on Dcdda Street.
night to organize a United Appealfor folk with an urge to1 attend the Friday evening reading Supper will be at &:38 with meat,
Court ups Limits charity fund raising. REP J. J. Griffin "It might be a good idea to caB participate in a play will have I ,. may contact her at 847- tolls and beverages. iced
Sponsored by the Kissimmeeand ed Osceola County -suggest-I in the State Road Department to the opportunity to "read" for 3914 for a later appointment. : by fee Qia@Eer.
St Cloud Chambers of Com- make complete of the
consideration a the
ers "give survey delightful comedy "Blithe
Claims filed in the Osceola i and the like, the fee is $T.
County Small Claims Court have In each case the fee pays for merce, the group heard Bert range road building plan, county to estimate road needs for Spirit" Friday evening at 8 p.m. THEKISSJMMEE
f I Neidig, executive of the the need for additional the next 8 to 10 I think
been upped in'their limits from filing and for items such as mail secretary !"consider years. in the Arts and Culture Bldg.,
5250 to $500 by action of me State I fag the notice of suit to the de Orange County United Appeal, explain certificates to' finance the construction .:we all may agree this county Bryan and Stewart Aves. GAZETTE
Legislature, according to Judge fendant. the workings, advantages of new toads throughout needs roads for growth. I think The invitation has been extended -
I and disadvantages of the united county. we ought to be ready for growth director
the by Jerry Phay, of
John B. Hudson. The Osceola County Small
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Rep. the forthcoming Footlight Thea-
Under the new act, the court Claims. Court was activated in 1952 1
has the same jurisdiction in civil f l to provide for the speedy and I At the .end of the discussion a Bronson, both of whom appearedfor He suggested the commissionand tre Guild play to afford another
steering'.ommittee, consisting of [ meeting with county commissioners the two' legislators travel in Offices: 24-26 Stewart A...
cases as the county court Judge 'economical hearing ol issues involving I opportunity for prospective per-
Hudson pointed out. r claims under $250. fourteen community leaders, was to talk 'over county- a body to visit road board members formers to display their abilityby 'c.!1l Telephone 647-261
in I appointed to contact agencies to state cooperation especially concerning Richey Greene and Max: from the ON
addition reading
In to the changes Forms for filing, according to. excer? i
I 'determine what their present goalsare roads, agreed on the Brewer, for their ideas and helpin *
financial limits to each case, he Judge Hudson, are provided by comedy. Entered aa Second Clasa MaN Matter
said, fees for tiling cases have I i the court. They can be obtained'I. what they realized in their topic. laying out the plans for the fu The fall production calls for in the Poat Offke, Ktaalmmee. F'.a.
although past drives and if they will support The legislators offered the full ture. six middle adults
I'' been changed slightly !from the court from the chamber aged ; two
the United Appeal. of their offices in getting for Sen. Bronson agreed with his Florida
they still remain the lowest court of commerce in Kissimmee or men and four women. Published Thursdays at Kissiramee
fees in the state. :SL Cloud or from the: credit I Chairmanned by Horace Phippsof Osceola County the help it needs colleague. He added "I think the Director Jerry Phay asked
Where previously, any case bureau in Kissimmee. Osceola Memory Gardens, the in the planning and constructionof road you most have to do something that interested persons unable to LEO SCHUMAKEREditor
,i heard by the court had with it a I committee immediately drafted a an adequate system of road about is No. 530. That's the and MtnsjerSUBSCRIPTION .
filing fee of $3.50, an entire new 'policy statement which will be ways, both for internal use and one I hear the most complaining If Lincoln were a boy today,
schedule is now in effect For FootballSeason ; 'I circulated to determine the reaction for use in connection. with other about The longer we let that he'd be lying in front of the fire- RATES
of business and professionalmen l parts of the state. road stay like it is, the more -
claims involving $100 or less, the people place watching educational TV.- Six months. $%.50; one fear $4.00; two year, Sf.IQ
fee is still $150. But for "cases i : thruout the county. Rep. Griffin, in proposing the are going to get used to using CHANGING TIMES
with claims over $100, fees are The policy,statement, signed by long range planning, suggested another road and stay away from
the majority of those present here."
now $5. In cases involving ex- I
writs including I reads:
traordinary gar-
of rent "As a business or professionalman
nishment, non-payment I ScheduleCoach I
in Osceola County-
ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM' I believe in eliminating dupli- School Taxes

HOW TO KILL IT. Jack Yearwood of Os- cate campaign efforts- W O. TAYLOR'SCOMMERCIAL
IN 3 DAYS. ceola High School has announced I believe in more adequately
i It not pi wed with strong Instant. the schedule for the 1963 financing essential and voluntary t
drying T-4-I. your 4Re back at any health and welfare service- Set At 7.55 MillsCounty
drat atort' Watch Infwted skin Football Season. S
loach off. Watch healthy akin replace -! I believe in a. United Commu-
It. Itch and burning are' For the varsity squad it will!nity effort to prevent overwork of' REFRIGERATION
COD TODAY at All Drug Store" i residents will be paying 'education bonds. $145,013.36
be as follows: September 20, community leaders and reduce the I
7.55 mills in school taxes this Support: and maintenance funds
Arcadia, there; September 27, cost of raising fundsI schoo
which actually keep the
Winter Garden, home October United Fund year.
; will support a
SHRIMPIn i Action taken at last week's running come to $2,373,121 for
4, Leesburg, there; October 11, Organization in Osceola Countyby
school board meeting set that the year, while total receipts and "
A Basket Okeechobee, there; October 18, HAS MOVED FROM
of to $1,-
I total millage in support of a $876- transfers cash amount
Mt. Meade, home; October 25, L A business contribution
124 education budget for the com 876,008.
FREEZETTEDRIVEIN Sebring, home.November 2. Conducting one-and only one ing year. It includes a levy by Non-exempt assessed valuati 9 AND 14 DARLINGTON AVENUETO

1, Frostproof, there; -campaign among our employees, the school board of 5.55 mills, of property in Osceola County, as I
fl. November 8, Avon Park, there; using the payroll deduction system I plus an additional levy approvedby far as schools are concerned, is!
if feasible.
DON'T SCRATCH November 22, St. Cloud, home; The number' of I voters of the county of two $120,617,104. This sum does not include
THAT ITCH! November 27, Wildwood, home. are indicated-" my I j,!mills. property values which are
One mill is figured by school exempted because of homestead or:
IN JUST 15 MINUTES I For the "B" Squad: September similar exemptions. !
officials as being worth $114,586
If the Itch nerds nermtchlnit. your Wales, home October -
26 Lake ;
4Kr bark .at any drat store. Ton Studies in actual income to the school ad- School Board Finance Officer
frH quick-drying ITCH MB-NOT 3, Lakeview, there; October City Use ministrators. James Wmland said there was a

Antiseptic take bold. action Itthlnjr kill quiets term down.to 10, Eustis, home; ,October, 17, Of Steam Units Items on the school system carry-over of $497,113 in funds' 401 CENTRAL AVENUE

.help speed ....JI.I'. Fin day or.IJrht Apopka, there; October 24, Avon budget for the coming year in-I from last year, including $297,732
i .foreeuma toot. Itch. l,> ect other bite*surface. rincHorm. Park, there; October 31, Haines Anticipated growth of the Kis- clude instructional salaries, $1-' n investments. In addition, state

raftbr NOW at HUNT. IIROS. City, home.KISSIMMEE simmee electrical requirementswill 113,758; capital. outlay (building" and federal funds will bring in

require the Installation of funds) $554,573; and building proj-: 1009630. PHONE 8474071NEW '" ." .
steam driven generators sometime ects backed by state board 011'
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23'BROADWAY However, at least one and pos- I
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sibly two more diesel units will Mclaughlin "
MATINEE SAT. SUN,- 240 r.M. .

BEWARE! DANGER! time have comes.to be installed I before that Completed School Ij j I Ii IYIMNG ratfOKMANa AT 7 P.M. I NIGHT NUMBERS ":\1' ; ".:

It is costly to put "White Elephants" In your This, In brief; Is the findingof i Cecil W. McLaughlin, son of FRI.-SAT., AUG. 9 10
Smith and Gillespie, consultIng I Mr and Mrs. C. W. McLaughlin, "STAGECOACH TO
home. Let us help you FREE OF CHARGE,to decor- engineers who have last :of 122k Broadway, Kissimmee, DANCER'S ROCK" I

ate your home to suit YOUR pocketbook. No lob week presented another report I will graduate on August 2 from withWARRIN -2564-847-3845

too big or too small! :on the Kissimmee electric sys the Boatswain's Mate School at e STEVENS I

COME IN THE STORE OR EVENINGS BY I tem.The the u. S. Coast Guard Reserve plus I
APPOINTMENT. question of steam has I training Center in Yorktown, Va. "MYSTERY SUBMARINE" i
been debated In some quarters A seaman in the reserve, be is withEDWARD

I .n._ _... ._ here for several years: I at the center for his annual weeksof JUDD Offering The Same Fine
active duty. He is learningbow
to row, splice. rope tie knots, SUN.-MON.,AUG. 11, 12 : Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
serve as boat coxswain, operatea "JASON AND THEARGONAUTS"
1 fork lilt, write logs, navigate Service As We Have In The Past.

Polaroid Announces small; boats, fire pistols, and with
i stand watches aboard a 125-foot TODD ARMSTRONG I
: Coast Guard cutter underway.
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i Orlando Coast Guard reserve

I; T Tr I I vessel the assistant augmentation manager unit of the and SJS.is When fun-time counts ... you drive, tb re's a Standard gasoline that's ;
Kresge Co. in St. Petersburg.
I just right for its needs-Crown Extra, Crown or

I I STANDARD Economy Crown. Each is famous for long
To Have
1 SupperOn .
Ding mileage,dependable performance,top pow.
j Wednesday. August fourteenth Sparkling GO!Is that what you want from your er at.its price. Standard gasolines offer all the .T

at seven p.m. the Ladies car? Then try the gasolines that are custompower your car can use-and not a nickel wasted 'i j

:4 Auxiliary of the Kissimmee Elks made- keep your engine and fuel system .! So always stop at the familiar Standard "

will ,give a pot luck supper for sparkling clean-today's Standard gasolines, sign, where we take better care of your car.
all members and their husbandsin Dixie's most popular motor fuels.Whatever I
Elks with i
the dining room
Mrs. Harvey Breedlove and Mrs. !

\V C ry 1 Eugene McCann as hostesses. .. : -'
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Members are reminded to bring

their own place settings and. a
dish of their own choosing. I
l7 The regular business meeting

R scheduled to follow at eight o'clock :
will be conducted by the Vice .

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Use Of "Conelrad"Is : '," or EBS. *; j the new Emergency Broadcast Bert Morris . Michael Tillman I The Kissimmee -Gazette Kissimmee, Fla-, Then* August 8, }988. 'it
Immediately upon receipt of a System provisions for the out- I -
I national alert all AM FM. and! dated CONELRAD system. Died In New YorkBert Died SaturdayMichael

TV stations will discontinue Proviously. on May 24, the County May Hire
Not Needed normal program transmissionand Commission created an Officeof Morris passed away recently Ray Tfllman, infantson

make certain prescribed announcements. Emergency Communications, at his home in Moravia, of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Till-

Osceola County C/D Director. There has been provided- a nationwide Those not in the effective July, to discharge new New York. man, 1423 New York Avenue New
Major E. J. Smith has received capability for the Presi- Emergency Broadcast System national defense functions assigned He was a regular winter resi- St. Cloud, passed away Saturday PlannerThe

official notice from the Federal dent and other Federal officialsto will advise listeners or viewersto it by Executive Order 11092of dent and a member of the Kis night.

Communications Commission that communicate with the general! tune in area AM stations in February 26, 1963. Previously simmee All States Tourist dub. Besides the parents survivors Osceola County Commissiorwas hers should be the best 1RiY1

the use of 640 and 1240 KC as public upon receipt of an aUthenticated the system then go silent. on February 13, it announcedthe include grandmother Missouri asked by one of its stat available for the amount of meaey
AM, FM, and TV (Aural) facilities beginning of the NIAC study Truman, Moultrie, Georgia. Seven
a control of radio waves by the notification.This legislators to hire a professiona) allocated. Griffin said. It is oaiy
Dept. of Defense is no more, will be known .-as the holding National Defense of the use of broadcast stationsto Frank Albrecht brothers Kenneth Tfllman, planner to work with the soon in this way, he advised, that the
needed. i, "Emergency Broadcast System" Emergency Authorizations will alert and infcrm the general Green Cove Springs; James, Rudolph to-be-formed planning commit county can take full advaMa e oi
then begin operating in the Emergency Passed AwayFrank Randolph Edgar Dallas
public in emergencies. On July sion. its resources and land areas with
Broadcast System. In- 13, 1962 it reported the Depart- s?, and Mitchell Tillman all St. State Rep. J. J. Griffin in special -the large growth expected here ill
ternational Broadcast stations Albrecht, winter resi- Cloud. Four sisters Mrs. Mary
ment of Defense determinationthat session with state Sen. Irk ,, the near future.
will transmit only Federal Government dent and member of the Kissim- Ann Cianno of South Carolina;
development since CONEL- Bronson and the Osceola County State laws which. provide fee
I Up broadcasts or communications mee All States Tourist Cub, Ruth Alma, and Melinda Gail
RAD was established in 1950 Commission proposed the com- the planning and zoning work al-
pr going off the air at oth- made it no longer necessary to passed away last week at his Tillman all St. Cloud. mission include the salary for a low for the Wring of such a maD

er times. All emergency Broad- consider radio transmissions as summer home in New Richmond Funeral services were held at professional planner in its next at a salary of sot more than $38-)

If you want to _. . cast System stations in a par, possible guides for enemy planes Ohio. La A. M.. Monday at the interment budget. 000.
ticular area will carry the same i and missiles. i in Rose Hill Cemetery, with The planner who would coordinate -
,j But you. needn't, to do business with us. programs. There will be no the Rev. J. T. Williams, of St. the efforts of the planning

Come as you are, in gardening togs or broadcast of call letters duringan Karl F. SchillingDied Services Held Cloud) ,Home officiating.was in Grissom charge Funeral of group and work with its mem-
emergency though area iden-
house-cleaning clothes and -- -------
bank comfort- tification will be given. WednesdayKarl For J. W. HarperJ. arrangements. r ....,. ...
ably and p8 '
conveniently from your car. There is for
special provision
Frederick Schilling 51 of
continuing emergency weather 1719 Catherine St. Orange Gardens W. Harper, 55, of 111 Mab- Clifford Knowles VACATION I
". warnings. Upon notification by bette St., Kissimmee. died in a ]
___. died in a local hospital
t' the U.S. Weather Bureau of a Wednesday. He was a member oi local hospital Tuesday afternoon. Died In Ohio =

I storm threat to life and property Trinity Lutheran Church and Elks Until his retirement due to ill .::.:.
all AM FM and TV stations Lodge of Kissimmee.A health he represented the Independent Clifford Knowles, member of ; SPECIALS
Life the Kissimmee All States Tourist :r
may at their option, but only graduate of Florida Southern Insurance Company.
He was a member of*First Baptist dub, passed at his home
during their authorized hours of 21 away
Lakeland for years ,
College. ,
operation, transmit the emergency he was research engineer for the Church of Kissimmee. Orange in Ashland, Ohio July 20th. : every day of the year !
notification signal followed by North American Mineral Corporation Blossom No. 80 F&AM and the Formerly with the Cleveland ; ;i"

the weather warning. at Lakeland. He was a rancn- Rotary dub of Kissimmee.He Plain Dealer, he had owned his ,.. .
Provision is also made for er and taught chemistry and gen- is survived by his wife own home here at 406 E. Vine t. :... ....' ..
participation by telephone companies eral science in Brooksville schools. Dortha Harper; one son. Robert Street several years ago.
without charge to con- For the past four years be was I Gordon Harper; daughters Joanne He was an active member of
nect an unaffiliated radio broad- Toxicologist in the State Livestock Schmidt of Gainesville, Florida, KAST and served as publicity r' t.t /
cast station with any network Laboratory here. and Deborah Ruth of Kissimmee. agent for several of the shuffleboard .. .
during an emergency action He is survived by his wile Mildred I Father B. J. Harper of Tulla- tournaments for the Gaz- .\ .

situation, if the station is in the Hancock Schilling son John homa, Tenn.; brothers, Edwardof ette. I i:. .. ..
and has Lynchburg Tenn.. Willis of I : .
system connecting: facili Luther Schilling. Vineyard Haven I
Mass.; daughter Mrs. Delores TuUahoma, John of Estill Springs I .I' :: .

Use our DRIVE-IN WINDOW ties.The Emergency Action Notification -Broyles; sister Mrs. Walter F. Tenn., and James of South Bend, Two Hurt In :
involves the transmission Norton of Kissimmee and four Indiana; sisters Mrs. Mattie Lou i;;

of authenticated messages from grand children. Vaughn of Tampa and Esther Truck Crash

the Federal Government to Funeral services were held in Rodler of Cassopolis, Michigan.
member Riedel Funeral Funeral services were held in Clarence Napoleon Londo 60,
by means of the Chapel of the
the Chapel of the Riedel Funeral Merritt Island/was listed in crit .
THE press teletype facilities of The Home with Pastor Henry Young
Home at 2:30 p.m. Friday, with i cal condition in Orange Memorial SamsoniteWherever
Press Church
Associated and -UnitedPress of the Trinity Lutheran
First National Bank International which are officiating. Interment will be at Rev. P. R. Wimberiy supply pastor Hospital Saturday following a .
of the First Baptist Church of truck accident on Interstate 4. y ..
: OF KISSIMMEE cooperating on this defense pro- a later date. Riedel Funeral Homein ... .
Kissimmee officiating, the Orange Trooper E. D. Pennington o: .y. > >
"OVER 35 YEARS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE"Member ject.By charge. Blossom Lodge No. 80 F&AM conducted the Florida Highway Patrol said . '
Order adopted July 3, the i f H .
Mr. and Mrs. Pee Kilbury left the graveside service. Londo was returning to Cocoa ;
Federal Commission amended Part 3 oi ................,
Deposit Insurance Corporation its broadcast rules to substitute this week for their summer h meat Riedel Funeral Home in charge. from Tampa where he had delivered ::.,...:..:...... :. : ..." ,
Hornell New York. a boat for the Brevard r'd

Boat Works when he apparently
I Mrs. Lizzie Howard feel asleep at the wheel and hita oM

Passed Sun. bridge abutment about U miles
west of Kissimmee on 1-4. The

DRIVE A RACE Mrs Lizzie Howard 83, residentof truck then slid across the bridge
WINNER AT Kissimmee for eighty years and fell upside down into Reed :,. t

t. died Sunday night. She was a Creek canaL ... ...p

member of the Pentecostal Church. George Wilkinson, 42, Cocoa r

YOUR FORD She is survived by her husband Beach a passenger in the truck ,I :>'. .. tI l
DEALER'Drive .t
is in Kissimmee hospital where
William Howard; daughters, Mrs. i
Leona Summerlin of Kissimmee; he was listed in fairly good con

son, Rodney Padgett of Tampa. d ition, Pennington said. i iIf.
The truck was demolished. t
Sisters, Mrs. Sally Sylvester of
and buy Ford's Total Performance It's
more j : Kissimmee and Mrs. Jack Evansof :::. :A

than just race. .over. . I it's; real b durability! and Winter eighteen Haven.great Fourteen grand grand chil Witnesses To t :: St 18 :

*/ 1* />'* P *Aw r > rr* -?. ; ." -. 4*: Jb .% / ; : dren. :Hold Assembly ':s ,.. .' ream Itl:
;;:] Funeral
D. .1-. l "" ... services were held in I
!" :; :- '. f'!': t ._. the Chapel offtti Riedel "Funeral William J. Colgate Sr., presiding -

Home at 2:30 p.m. Wednesdaywith minister of the local con- '
Rev. A. L. Kirkland officiating .: f
gregation of Jehovah's witnesses, (
assisted by Rev. G. W. has officially announced that the :*:
Cook. Interment was in Rose Hill witnesses of Florida Circuit No. 8

Cemetery. Riedel Funeral Homein will hold their summer assembl

Q charge. in Orlando, August 16-18 at th
I Orlando Municipal Auditorium

located at West Livingston Ave.
William W.
Bonney Mr. Colgate said that he expects

Succumbed MondayWilson 45 from Kissimmee.- *to attend th
three-day meeting. ..p.d8k .

W. Bonney, 94, resident t
of Kissimmee for forty years, s
died in a local hospital Monday Football PracticeTo

afternoon. Begin August 15
Prior to' moving to Florida he
RIVERSIDE 500 DAYTONA 500 ATLANTA 500 was a licensed Funeral Directorin
Football practice will begin
Ohio. Moved to Florida to
represent .
Thursday. August 15th, at 5: >
the Munga Land Companyand
sold much of the land in p.m.Participants k
should be at th
Orange County that was called! :
shower house between 4:00 and
Orange Center and Vineland and
is now Dr. Phillips.He 5:00 for the issue of shoes. Each Wherever your vacation takes you-you take a holiday from care Men

.. I In was a member of the First will be expected to furnish the' Samsonite Streamlite is your traveling companion! It's all' pity a4. no
0,7 Baptist Church, The K&P Lodgeand own socks, shorts etc. work to pack it It laughs at rough treatment Its smooth, tapered mm.
Dokkies in Orlando. For each week of missed preseason are a joy to behold! All in all, a happy combination for miles and .mite

Funeral services were held practice players will for of fashionable fun and adventure. 5 styles for women, in Leaf Cress

..... the chapel of the Riedel Fune mfait the privilege of playing ii Hawaiian Blue, Saddle Tan, Rawhide Finish. 3 styles for men in SaMe
l1! t.:1: !. j Home at 4:00 p.m. Wednesdaywith a regular season game. Tan, Brown Olive, Colorado Brown. Lots you can choose from!
MONTE:CARLO RALLYC 4000 TRANS-CANADA RALLY INDIANAPOLIS 500 Rev. P. R. Wimberly offi uDue to a state ruling all 9t All Price,Pvj Tee

ating interment was in Rose Hill grade 'students at Osceola Hig

Cemetery. Riedel Funeral Homein School this year.will have to PARKS FURNITURE CO.
charge. play "B" squad ball. There will
FORDS be no junior high football fo

9th graders. KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD

IAVJEWTHIN r LEGAL NOTICE School will start Septembe3rd. 847-4171
I Drive and buy Ford's NOTICE OF APPLICATION:' FOB .
TAX DEED ----- ------- -

!. : \ Total Performance! THAT NOTICE Grady IS Cromartle.HEREBY the GIVEN holderof

q .. \ It's more than filed the said following certificates has
certificates for a tax FEATURES
/ ... deed to be Issued thereon. The -QUALITY, PRICE
just race power certificate numbers and years of
issuance the of the

I( THE RACES !, . it's real property Certificate was assessed and No.the description are 28.names as follows In whichIt :

I durabilitysf Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. GENERAL ELECTRIC
Description of Property: James
Lee Addn Blk A N 19' of Lots 2.
3 & 4. Section 21. Township 25
Name In which assessed- Un .
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.I f .. Get a moneysaving. victory' celebration buy on'a winning Year of Issuance No. 70.May 29. 1961. Convcnience DJal gcfrost -. IMS: cu* FT*
Super Torque Ford fastback Hardtop . same model that Description of Property: Marydla ...
.. Blk 62 Lots 5 &: 6. Section 3. Town- STORAGE STAGE
1-2-3 in the
-- won recent Firecracker 400 at Daytona! Swept ship 25 South. Range 23! East.
M tsttt".ugh 5th places in the Daytona 500!.Took 1st place HI Dolphus Name in which assessed: Ruby Two ECJCJ SheIY $ .: -.
the Riverside 500. Charlotte 600. Atlanta 500 and other tests Certificate No 71. .Moyc:.r Oorn. c1ftC1-
i of performance.. Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. i -
Description of Property: Marydia .
Blk: 68 Lots 6 thru 11 &'u. Section Butt Compartment Au torn oft o.
i Win huge savings now on our new Ftirtinel Powered by the : Ttrtxnxnlj.i South I* msi* y __ basic Fairtone' V-8* East.Name _' LIght .
same that ;
made race history on straight In which assessed: Hoy .
. .. gasoline in the Indianapolis 500. Remember it takes more Anderson. - -
than simply going power to win these tough track events-it Year Certificate of Issuance No. 14.May. 29. 1961 P"otective Door Stops. : Two Rex-G rid Ic*Troyf
takes braking power steering road-holding power and Description of Property: Magnolia -- - -
above all durability and staying power I ........__ 21.Park Township Blk 50 Lots South.35 & 36.Range Section 29 Two Adjustable '

East.Name In which assessed Raymond Cabinet Slielvcs --I
Join... winner's circle in .
a new Ftkon xatbxk same E. Hearn. et ux. $19995
model that won its class 1-2 in the world-famous Monte Certificate No. 111.
.. -.-. -.----J_ Year of Issuance May 29, 1961
Carlo Rally. Won the coveted Manufacturers: Team Award Description of Property: Orange 7-MHUwi refrigerators
.I in the rugged Shell 4000 Rally across Canada . this continenr. Blossom! Addn Blk G Beg at SW
cur lot 27E of Blk E. run W 20O. tm me tea years With Trade
toughest test of car endurance. And won its class S 300E 200to SW cor lot 22E.
{ in the Mobil Economy Run! N 200- topob.. Section 32. Township Of baser. : : TA212W
25 South. Range 29 East. j.---
Name In which assessed: Un-

DRIVE A WINNER AT YOUR (FORD jaBj's)) County Ail of of said Osceola.property State being of Florida.In the

Unless such certificate or certificates
FA.A.r. shall be redeemed according:
to law the property described In
such certificate or certificates, will
be sold., to the highest bidder at the PARKS FURNITURE CO.
c. MfnfTV-*- n. thr fir f Mw
day In the month of September.
1963. which ls the 2nd day of Sep

AUTREY MOTOR COMPANY 1963.idRttnr tember.. 1963.Dated this. 1st day of August

I Clerk of Circuit Court. 847-4171 SttMNllt
'I Osceola Florida.
Au&. 1. 8. 13. 22. 1961a'

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The Klsabnmee.Gazette, Kbsbnmee,. Fla., Thurs, Aupst 8, 1963Minimum !I . _

Charge Up To 15 Words, 75c<< -- Additional Words 5c Each Classified Display (Boxed) Per Inch $1.10

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

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house unfurnished 404 Clyde NAME LAW -

that pursuant to the Fictitious
; Name Statute." Section 86509 of K. .ir .*Yew
FORRENT-FU five room ATTRACTIVE TERMS the 1941 Florida Statutes, the undersigned S w.II-Thurmond
BARGAIN BARN house. $70. Phone 8474277.. CERN: who are the only parI I j ROTUOiftATOftPHon

Combs It; ZIpperm s.; T.*tk Notice Is hereby given that P. ties Interested In the hereinafter 1015 wet shads ORLANDO M74171Christian
will I I
named business enterprise present
Rrcthen 7e; Ear Bob Se; gh.e87e ROOM: AND BATH. Private en- Kenneth Morse has filed his final proof of publication of this
; Sek lie; Pillows The report as Ancillary Executor of the
Skins Si; Pasts $1 : trance and sitting room. Boardor OWNER OFFERS Estate of Notice and register with the Clerkof .
; Dresses . Fay Morse deceased: the Circuit Court of Osceola F1ow.n For AU Oc'ccn&.aa
$l.Ml B. Uc 118 South that he has filed
K ; NjrloB ate( share kitchen. petition for final Count Florida the fictitious name Science
Hankie *c: Putle 15e; Belt. UNUSUALLY DESIRABLE discharge and that he will apply StCloud
ISc; Cape Ik; Spread ft.&o; Beaumont. 847-4011. to the Honorable O. P. Johnson. Credit Bureau Kissimmee." under ELLIE I HUGH'SFLORIST
and Osceola County.
Hair Net 4c; T-Shlrt see; TERMS ON THIS 3-BED- County Judge of Osceola County. which they are engaged In businessat Society
Nearly Everybody Trade at-Tbe WELL KEPT carpets show the on the 3rd day of Kissimmee. Os 1st. Seed. Mt* ofh Eaeh
Bar al. Ban. Come t. Sibert ROOM HOME IN 1963. ; approval of same rfr McCrory Bldg. this 2nd :11.' .tA r...
Mill. Wareko.*e la Dareaport. results of regular Blue Lustre final discharge as Ancillary Ex- ceola County. Florida.D. 1963. tOe x. ....".1"..

Immedlateljr.BARGAIN BARN.Follow the alfB spot cleaning. Rent electric DELLWOOD PARK. ecutor of the Estate of Fay Morse. day of August.MR. LOUIS A. P BECK j 25 ttOADWAY M74S11 {..icy ScnricM. . . .11 ....

Parkers Furniture deceased. AUK 8. IS. 22. 29. 1963NOTJrr. Sd..l taM s.GREEN'S ...
Op.. Week Pay And \..day,.. shampooer $1.00. This 29th day of July. 1963. SMfey

Company. Buyer to assume V.A. /5/ P Ancillary the KENNETH Estate Executor of MORSE.of MAKE: APPLICATION OF INTENTION FOR TO LEARN BARBERING I


HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. WANTED Mortgage at 4/2! %. Brinson & McWhirter IN TifF. COURT OF THE COUNTY well-parla.. pr.teelu I FUEL
Attorneys at Law JUDO K OSCKOLA COUNTY. Day A Night CU M* ,
V.A. Approved
Kissimmee. Florida
NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941. ONCE Full AUK 8. 15. 22. 29. 1963 PROBATE Orlando Barber College Sales and Service
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SEWING MACHINE Zig-Zag. part-time man or woman to NOTICE. OF APPLICATION DeceasedTO GA 6-6176
PMONI1474172 M7-4UI
Monograms, makes buttonholes, serve Watkins customers in Kis- With Homestead Exemption NOTICE FOR IS TAX HEREBY DEED GIVEN ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- KISSIMMH

designs. Assume 5 simmee. Earn $65.00 and up THAT Henry O. Partin & Sons CF.RNNolle: .
many pay. .It htrtby given that I ROCK
ments of 7.03. No credit needed weekly. No investment. Set Payments will be $64.95 Inc.certificates. the holders have filed of the said following certificates have flied my final report as Ad- SAND For Gas Delivery: Phone
mlnUtratof of the Estate of Herman MORTAR MIX
hours. Write C. R. Harold WtgQI 847-2058
own for tax deed
Write Budget Manager. your a to be issued
Wick I
Curl that
A-l P. O. Box Month.FLORIDA thereon. The certificate numbers deceased STEEL & WIRE MESH R. A. Rotchor 8474539Konnoth
Box 931-A care Gazette. Ruble Dept. A and years of Issuance the descrip have flied petition for final discharge lIedaoe
2447 Memphis. Tenn. tion of the property. and the names and that I will apply to
892-7695 (Ise. Cloud)
in which it was assessed the Honorable O. P. Johnson.
are as
follows County Judie of Osceola County For Cat Service: PhoneJ.
WANTEDSalesman Certificate No. Florida on the 30th day of August -
1063 tor and
of same
i approval
to solicit accounts Year of Issuance Ma29.. 1961. 1 Robert AHn
for final Administrator
discharge as
from Business Firms In Klsslm.m. Description of Property: Toliga
of the elate of HERMAN CARL Emory Ironion 8474570UoGirovrd
Manor Unit A Blk 60 Lot Sec-
.. and Ar.
Surrounding a. WiCK. deceased' 847-2061 I IR.
RENT-Two houses 2 bedrooms INC. tion 5. rownship 26 South. Range
COMMISSION BASIS. 30. East. This 1st day of Aunst. AD. 1963. H. HaM 8921212. St. Cloud
each porches WRITE P. O. BOX 931-B Name in which assessed: F. B. /William WickAdministrator or coil H. T. S mmon ,Mgr.
nice shade. Reasonable rates. KISSIMMEE 2 Broadway Kissimmee[ Thoman. of the 847-4819
Estate ofHERMAN
No pets. 1%-miles south of 847-3156 8473157'FOR Certificate Year of Issuance No. 131.May 29. 1961. CARL WICK.THACKERceAND kiSSIMMEETRANSITMIX I
Robert O'8. 8 7-3219
Post Office. Phone 847-3527 or ATTENTION WOMEN Description of Property S. L. & rry
: THACKERBox R. W. unit<< 847-3442
847-3626. I. C. Lot 29. Section 14. Township I
WITHOUT any experience you 27 South. Range 30 East. 527. Kissimmee. Fla. Phone John Evens, St. Cloud 8923482Radio
DescriPtion" Property LoKossee Name in which assessed; Mar- Attorneys for Administrator : 847.3524
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom can earn money for your SALE: Three bedroom Park Unit A Blk 10 Lots 41 to 48. Jorie Samnvms. August 8. 15. 22. 1963. L=- i I I

trailers by week or Christmas shopping by selling house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x Section 34. Township 31 South. All of said property being In the _
Avon Cosmetics and toiletries Range 34 East. County of Osceola. State of .Flor
Priced to
month. Rainbow Mobile Homes 300. Air Name In which assessed: Z. R. SALES SERVICE
and Trailer Park Michigan I in your vicinity. Write Avon sell. Contact Betty Eby 847- Katz. et al.Certificate. ida.Unless such certificate or certificates System Changed and
No. 208. shall be redeemed according ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
Manager. P. O. Box 2427 Vero
Ave. % mile off Vine Street. 2881 or 847-4266. Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. to law the property described in
Past Bowling alley. Beach. Florida. Description of Property: Lokossee such certificate or certificates will Schoolteachers in Osceo| COMm HO...I FUMOSMNGS
FOR SALE Building lots in Park Unit A Blk 18 Lots 2 & 3. be sold to the highest bidder at County will get 10 paychecks nex T V
Section 34 Township 31 South. the CourtHouse Door the first FURNITURE
Johnson Park with all CO.
FOR RENT: Two and three replat action in PARKS
REAL ESTATEFOR Range 34 East. Monday in the month of September. year following a spe-j
room apartments. Alrconditioned. improvements. FHA approved. Name in which assessed Z. R. 1963. which Is the 2nd day of sal meeting of the county board]

Morefield Building opposite 91,500 each. 1.15 lots. See iatz.All of et said al. property being In the September.Dated this 1963.1st day of August of public instruction. I

postoffice. Also .furnishedhouse SALE-Comfortably furnished Charles B. Gonyo 1405 Emmett County of Osceola. State of Florida. 1963. In past years one of two policies
2 BR. CB home within Phone 8473949. Unless such certificate or certificates (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) i
606 Emmett.APARTMENTS Street
shall be redeemed accordingto /sGLEN RAY' has been followed. Either the NORRIS CLEANERS
walking distance of lake and law the property described In Clerk of Circuit Court teachers have received theirin pay
FOR. RENT$9 .business district. Perfect for such certificate or certificates will Osceola .County. I
LEGAL NOTICES be sold to the highest bidder at the Florida. 12 monthly installments or in|
511, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul retired couple who like to be NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR. Court House Door on the first Mon AUK. 1. 8. 15. 22 1963 10, as is standard ia many other I NORRIS CLEANERS Will CLOSE FOR VACATION
Davis 114 Emmett Street. day in the month of September.
close to everything. Offered TAX DEED GIVEN 963.. which Is the 2nd day of Sep- NOTICE. OF APPLICATION FOB counties for the 10 month work- AUGUST 3rd TO SEPTEMBER 2nd.
for 13000. Must be s Seen to NOTICE IS HEREBY tember.: 1963. TAX DEED But things will!: .
Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer THAT Leroy Bass. the holder of 1963 ers. this year,
Florida Real Dated this 1st day of August. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
apartments with lake and shut be appreciated the following certificates has filed (;CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) THAT Henry O. Partin & Sons. be different.

fleboard. By week, month or ty Counselors Inc.. 2 Broadway said if Issued certificates thereon.for The a tax certificate deed to /GLENN RAY Inc.. the holders of the following. Each month during the school i KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
of Circuit Court.
847-3156 Clerk certificates have filed said certificates
year. Capitol Motel, St. Cloud Kissimmee. or lumbers description and of years the of property Issuance and the Osceola County Florida. for a tax deed to be issued year the' teachers will receive a i 103 East Dakin Telephone 847.4941

Hwy. 441. 8473157. i the names In which It was assessed thereon. The certificate'numbers check in the amount of the one.
are as follows: .IN THE COURT OF THE and years of issuance; the- description twelfth of" their yearly income
of the property and the"names
4 Certificate 191. COUNTY JUDGE.
FOR RENT-Furnished! .apartment [NOTHING DOWNLakefront Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. OSCEOLA COUNTY.'FLORIDA in which It wax assessed are as fol !After the school; year ends-in

reasonable'rent. Call 847- I BR furnished ranch house.; Description of Property: High NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN lows; other _'words; after 'they have
Certificate No. 124. ,
: Sec B Blk 27 Lots 546. RE THE ESTATEOF
screened Prairie
3013 after 5 p. m. or contact Ige. porch. $11,800.: Section 21. Township 31 .South. FRANK VINE. Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. I worked nine months-they will receive -

Mrs. Jane Stanko '203 South easy terms. Sunset Ranch or. Range 33 East. Deceased. Description of Property: Toliga their last check which will ROTHROCK I
Highway 15 near St. Cloud Name In which assessed: H. B. To all Creditors. Legatees. Distrib Manor Unit A Blk 60 Lot 12. Section
Clyde Avenue. Phillips. utees and all Persons having 5. Township 26 South. Range ,be three summer checks in one.

Phone 8922853. Owner. Certificate No. 198. Claims or Demands against said 30 East. In this way they will still receive -
Name in which
assessed F. B.
Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. Estate : I
Description of Property: East You and each of you are hereby Thoman. a salary throughout the r
Highland Park Blk 7 Lots 1 to 4 notified and required to presentany Certificate No. 131. year but during the non-active SEPTIC TANK CO
Inc. Section 35. Township 31 South claims which you. or either of Year of Issuance May 29. 1961.
flange 33 East. you. may have against the estate Description of Property: S. L. & months one check'will take care
Name In which assessed: HaUlerlarrtngton. oJf FRANK VINE deceased late ot I.27 C.South.Lot 29. Section 30 14. Township of the whole three-month period.
Range East.
Certificate; No. 199. Osceola County Judge County of Florida said County to the at Name in which assessed: Marjorie During the three-hour meeting, Culvert Tile for Driveways .

Issuance May 29: 1961. his office In the SammonsAll board also
Year of Court House at the approved specill-
of Property of said property being in the Septic Tanks-a size for need.
Description Kissimmee. Florida within six cal-
Section and every
County of Osceola. State of Florid. cations on a new tractor
Heights Blk 5 Lots 27 & 28. endar months from the date of the
35. Township 31 South. Range 33 first publication of this Notice. Unless shall such be certificate redeemed or certificates mower which will be advertisedfor Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
East. Each claim or demand must be In
to law bids returnable at 10 m.
the property described In a. .
Levie A.
Name in which : writing and must state the placeof ,
Wilson. residence of the claimant and such certificate or certificates will Aug. 6 at the school board office.
be sold
Certificate No. 200. must be sworn to by the claimant. to the highest bidder at The of Ellen '15 Years
Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. his agent or attorney or the same I the Court House Door on the first resignation Mary ExperienceK.
Description of Property: Mantell will become void according to law. Monday In the month of Septem Carter, teacher at Kissimmee
Manor- Unit 1 Blk 14 Lots 1 to 8 This the 12th day of July. 1963. September 1963. which 1963. Is the 2nd day of Elementary school was nullified owner and operator
GA5 Inc. Section 35. Township 31 South. (s) DANIEL J. VINE
REFRIGERAT1ONJModern "ange 33 East. Executor of the Estate of 1963.Dated thiS 1st day of August at her own request to enable her
Name In which assessed: CynthiaE. FRANK VINE. deceased.
Johnson. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) to continue with her position here.

silent refrigeration is Certificate No. 207. THACKER BOX 527 AND Kissimmee.THACKERPO Fla. /GLENN RAY On the other hand the board

tops . ervel Gas refrigerationis Year of Issuance May 29: 1961. Attorneys for Executor Osceola Clerk of County.Circuit Florida Court. accepted .the resignation of William Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.

absolutely silent . lasts Julv 18. 25. August 1. 8. 1963 Aug. L 8. 15. 22. 1963 Dale guidance counsellor at
longer (no moving parts) . .
automatic I ice-maker with no NOTICE TO DEFENDIN IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Osceola High School; Arlene Tyson -
JUDGE, OSCKOLA COUNTY. girls' physical education in- PHONE: 847-3524 ;
mussy fussy ice trays . con 1111r.7 THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN FLORIDA.NOTICE.
stant supply o! l<'e. Gas refrigeration AND FOR COUNTY OF os- TO CREDITORSIN structor at St. Cloud High School

provides service in any CEOLA.CHANCERY.STATE OF FLORDA. IN RE ESTATE OF ) and Charles Wykle, St. Cloud High

weathrr . 10-year warranty.GREENS KENNETH. MYERS ) NEWTON HARRELL )) School science teacher.

Plaintiff ) STRICKLANDDeceased.. ) Board members confirmed this STEEL SALESANY
DAWNVROY > To all Creditors. Legatees Distributees
JUNA MYERS. ) and all Persons having list of teacher appointments:

Defendant. ) Claims or Demands against said Robert K. Rector Kissimmee
Estate: -
The State of Florida to JUNA You :and each of you are requiredto Elementary School fifth grade;

DAWN ROY MYERS. 917 North present any claims which you. Craig Scott, St. Cloud High School
FUEL Gaylord Ludlngton. Michigan.; You Priced
have against Competitively
or either : j are hereby notified that a suit In the estate Of NEWTON HARRELL mathematics; Priscilla Chester .,
equity for divorce has been
STRICKLAND. deceased late of Kissimmee High School girls'

TH E WtuJ>ia /, GAS IMSI FUEI] lam- against MYERS In you the by Circuit KENNETH Court of the W. County Osceola Judge County.of Florida said .County to the at physical education and social TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS

. -.-' ...... Ninth Judicial Circuit In and for his office In the Court House at tudies; Phillip R. Koonce Osceola HOBSf TRAILERS AND UTILITY TRAILERS
Covnty of Osceola. State of Florida
KissimmeeFlorida, within six cal.el'idar
and you are hereby summoned unior High science. tc.
months from the date of then BUILT AND REPAIRED
PARKS FURNITURE CO. written dered and answer required or defense to file to your the t publication of this Notice. Helen Griffin. Kissimmee High

Complaint filed herein against you Knrhlaim or and must state the placeof
"See Us For Your Gas Appliances"KISSIMMEE In office the of above the entitled Clerk of cause the Circuit in the writing residence of the claimant and Barber. St. Cloud High driver

ST. CLOUD Court In and for Osceola County. must be sworn to by the claimant. ucation; George rink, Osceola Old Orlando Hwy. noor Livestock Marfcot.Rt. .
the same
Florida at his office In the CourtHouse will his agent become or void attorney according or to law. unior High mathematics; LindaSandcfer 1, Box aSS.A KI..........
in Kissimmee.
847-4171 892-2011 Florida on I
in2fth day of July. 1963.
or before the 30th day of August. : 'Ihi* Jcffenes Elementary,
/ S.
/s !
I AD. 1963. and to serve a copy of' Executor of Strickland! 'grade! two; Ronald Sandefcr StOoud

,... .., .. such answer or defenses upon NEWTON HARRELL LOU YOUNG WELDING
...,v t,.: Thacker and Thacker. Plaintiffs attorneys STRICKLAND deceased. High social studies; R. V.jKauffrnan ,
herein whose address is Osceola DCT
VG For Any Of Box before 527.said Kissimmee.date as required Florida by on law or Box 527. Kissimmee. Fla. \rdalh R. Saylcr. Kissimmee Elementary. PHONE 47-3898

If you fail to do so. a Decree Pro Attorneys for Executor.
Confesso will be entered against -P.ul...... 8. 15. 22. 1963 second grade. .

you for the relief demanded in the.
These Services Complaint.
- WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
said: Circuit Court of Osceola Coun (CORRECTION) OSCEOLA TIRE
New Houses ty. Florida. and the Seal of said

Court. Florida.at Kissimmee.on the Osceola 29th day Count of- Notice of Public HearingThe SERViCErr.

CommercialStracteres' July. AD. 1963. .

Court.Clerk of Osceola the Circuit County. Custom Recapping

Remodetmg (SEAL) Fla. Board Adjustment will meet at 223 3. BERMUDA

THACKER Attorneys for AND PlaintiffBox THACKER 4:0ti P.M. Thursday, August 15, 1963, City PHONE 847-2207

Additions 527. Kissimmee. Florida Commission Room
City Hall
to hear
AUK. 1. 8. 15. 22. 1963 i


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to Request of Charles L. and IE WISE
boat Betty -
motor and accessories represent a heavy Siding all interested bidders that the ..r
investment and should be Board of County Commissioners of Gritter 307 South for Q
protected by insurance, AluminumAwnings' Okceola County. Florida wiii receive Clyde a variance to / ECONOMIZI

both on the road and in the water. Fire, theft, and sealed bids unW. 10.-CO A. *U operate a boarding-house for''elderly'
liability available August 12. 1963. for one 1563 compact .
are in any combination.We station wagon to be used by a
the Osceola County Road Depart' sons in an RB-1 (two-family residential) J Extra Quality Weeks

can take care of your requirements promptly. Storefront ment. Delivery Is to be made at district the described
on following
at the Oaceola County Road Department prop-
a reasonable cost. Give us'a call. 1 Office Kissimmee Park. Flan r At He Extra Cent
Marquee ida. erty:

PHONE 847-4121 Estimates from Specifications Glenn Ray.may Clerk.be Board obtained ol' Lot 2, Block 18, W. A. Patrick's Addn. 'zIfj .4 Pfc. 47-4021

County in the Commissioners Courthouse in at Kissim his office to Kissimmee; also shown on plat of DoraS.

--1 LUPFER'SInsurance SEE mee.Immediately Florida. following the time Lee's Subdivision of Blocks 5 and 18 ofPatrick's Member of Osceola ixmaty B.84er* A.s1IeaOSCEOlA

above shown the proposals received:
K. C. Moore Jr. will be publicly opened and read. Addn.. to Kiseommee, Florida.
I The County reserve the right to
---I Agency reject any and all bid and to This is a public hearing and any inter- CEMENT

1 TRIANGLE waive(SEAL formalities.) ested property owner will be heard regarding


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