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 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 29, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID00294
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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MERCHANTS HEAR STAMP PRESENTATION- shown by the merchants present and previously contactedto

hers of the Merchants Committee of the Chamber of form a committee to further investigate the possibility.Two .

Commerce met Monday night in the City Commissions representatives of the Fh rida State Retailers Associ

Boy room to hear a taped presentation of the possibility of in- ation were presented by Henry T. Simmons and they

stalling a cooperative trading stamp plan. The meetingwas made a short talk on problems facing the independent

t7"I presided over by Bob Evans chairman of the com- merchant. Approximately 30 persons attended the meet

I mittee, and the program was presented by Ken Holt of ing. (Photo by Hamrick)

i: Dunedin. It was agreed that enough enthusiasm was

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ley I i: \ Police Break-up Dr. H. P. Amos, 62,



on at : I I : Theft Ring Here Died On Monday


Dr. Hobart Palmer Amos 62J
Claimed By Death
I The police department here : Motors and Benson Used Cars I !
: pastor of the First Baptist Church,!
I arrested two ;youths early this in Kissimmee. The youths had of Kissimmee for the past 131
week and broke a three county stolen approximately $300 worthof years died Monday. \'

i ( theft ring. merchandise and money in Born in Walnut Grove, Ala., he1.
and Police Chief bob Best :stated Kissimmee according to Adams.. came to Kissimmee from the A1beI1i
that Ronald Edward. Foster-20, A police-officer from-Braden! Y! BaptisHphurch. Tusfaloosa..' tq
The of Bradenton and his cousin Jack ton reported that they had taKen Ala:: in 1951 to become not only f!
( : Thomas Foster 19, also of Brad- I about ,$450 in cash and goodsin of the church but a leader[
I tr tror
enton, were being held pending burglaries of a Tenneco Service -in many community activities. He
investigation of four robberies Station Carlton Used Cars served as president of the Kis-I I' '
and here, four in and round Bradenton and the apartment of Charles E. simmee Ministerial Associating i
and three in Sarasota Coun- Chambers in Bradenton. He did Dr. Amos was a gradua; of I ,
ty.Jack not have details on the other Howard College and Southern;
lived in Kissimmee for Manatee County case as it took. Baptist Seminary, Louisville, Ky.
several years prior to movingto place outside of Bradenton. I He received his Ph.D. from the I
: Bradenton and graduated in Sarasota officials were not I latter in 1934. I t
1961 from Osceola High School available for questioning. I He was Florida and Alabama
here. He had finished two yearsof Considerable merchandise has: representative for the Southern,
junior college and had plan- been recovered including seven I Baptist Annuity and Relief Board!
ned to enroll in Florida State tires, television tools and parts: and the Baptist Mission Board.I!
University next month on a scho- automobile batteries and a rare 1 He was dean of the extension!; Dr H. P. Amos

larship. Ronald was attending coin collection, according to: center, Stetson University for.
Manatee Junior College. Chief Best. Central Florida.
Ray Reynolds of Weindaie and
Surviving are his widow, Minnie
Police Sgt. Carl Holloway and The boys were living In Kis
Dr. John Whitt 0( Sara**.*.
Lee Amos son, George Amos,
Patrolman Jimmy WatfoId ap- simmee and had summer jobs at: ;
I Deacons oi the Pint Baptist
Mrs.The
i prehended Ronald in the office of a printing firm here. Fayetteville Ark.; sisters,
Church served
as honorary
Sylvester Duke Center, Ala. and
Benson Used Cars after receiving Formal charges win be placed
! ] 1 a call about noise in the against them later. Best said. Ala.Mrs. John Blackman AlbertviUe pallbearers.Earl .Active p W.Hboamighman B. )Ic-(
lot. Jack was picked up lateras Adams said the boys had kepta
| Funeral services were held at Cough, John Magnesc, Ai Green,
he circled the lot. running account of where they .
the First Church at 2 W. H. Baker and David Pfcuik.Interment
I Don Adams assistant chief of had obtained the articles and Wednesday Baptist with Rev. Pat was ia Oiceota Men
I police said that they had admitted how they had been disposed of. p.m.Wimberly of Orlando officiating. O1T -.GardeDs under the direction
: burglarizing Wysong's TV, He also stated that another arrest of the Riedel Funeral Home.
He was assisted by the Rev.
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Kissimmee Music Center, Riedel may be possible.

Labor Day To Be Rebekahs Resume

:) City Makes Bid Observed HereMost Fall MeetingsThe

Kissimmee Rebekah
: : of the stores and business
r l;: : : T' > ':' : >> : *_. .. :,<<_ '-' :; >: 7= firms in the city will take advantage Lodge No. 42 will resume their
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q'. .J ., ',, '7; :'';'':'. ,. ; ;t .. "I> :! ,. .. -,;..." ,",- I' For Federal Loan of the Labor Day weekend Fall meetings at a new place anda
r : ,' < new meeting date.
!;.: .' - : :\. I' > :e- ; : and will remain closed all
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: win held
; The meeting" be at
:; : .:;. .,...;.; A request for a federal loanto would pay. would amount to day Monday September 2nd. :. the Woman's Club on Oak Street
; c. > ', plan more than $2 million in about $20,000. This includes all of the offices
<, ',' the first and third Mondays. The
' : public works here has been made The loan would not be repav- at the county court house the
'.Jr first meeting of the new season
by the city.A able untO the construction work city hall the post office and
will be held Monday. September
public works planning fund was started. the chamber of commerce.
6 Y k I 2nd at 8 p.m.
application was approved by city
I ] commissioners following a pre- ? .
liminary study by engineers and
officials.
Included in the requests are i
funds for $1 million in sanitary
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sA work and -
sewer $1.250.000 in 1y
street and storm drainage pro
jects. .
The work would include en-

gineering, designing planningand
the writing of specifications
City Mgr. Charles Jackson
said the sanitary sewer work
s would include the reconstructionof
the 1920 system. the improvement
i of the disposal plant and I
Improvement to the 1951 sewers.
He said no new sanitary sew-
er work is planned.As .
to the storm drainage and <
street program Jackson said
.
would include w
this a master

!tree plan.Jackson. t. ,, \.
said theoretically the
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multl-mfllion dollar project could
be financed. However. he said 1

t rs that the engineering of the program r 3 3M
did not; mean the city irt
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construction 1 Ott .
the phase. .
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( SEASON'S WINNERS-Hunt Bros. softball team was the Jim Dulgar, SkipHammer, Happy Haen, Pete Hunt, sponsor John O. Rao Kissimmee SORORITY MEETS-The Alpha Eu Chapter of Delta ivappa Gamma met Saturday ::: 1

J winner of the 1963 softball season.The team shown above Bill Green, Jim Mongoven and Lloyd Lucas. (Photo recently sold an AberdeenAngusbull for a supper meeting at the home of Mrs. George Bart. Shown above He. kit

z are, left to right, front row, Frank Gaines!! J. C. Poff, by Hamrick) to William G. Kelley. Titus to right, Mrs. Edna Hansen, Mrs. Bonnie Miller Mrs. Frances Baird president, I

Duke Brown, Earl Moody,.and, Lynwood Lupo. Standing, vffle. :Mrs. June Bond and Mrs. But, hostess. (Photo by Hamriek) ,

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3 The KUsiintuer Garctte, KUslmtnee, F1an Thurs., August 29, 1S63! :Mrs: Richard Chamberlain has
returned from Illinois where she
spent her vacation visiting her .
sons and other relatives. : SAVtV1E4. =., ALL
I Mr. and Mrs. Pat Allen and CANTALOUPES
!: family have returned from a vacation STORES
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tAlLtlLlfJlL t at Sylvia North Carolina. i
4 Marte Tindall left last Satur
II WILL BE
day for Indiana where she will
spend her vacation visiting I k I k 't CALIFORNIA
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friends Mr. and and Mrs.relatives.A. F. .Crosby of I! (I QS FD VINE-RIPE
:! By BETTY EBY '
Keystone Heights spent the weekend 4SIZE
$1

E' friends.in Kissimmee visiting I b I LABOR
Johnny Crowell of Winter Gar C1D."to I IIP'4 ,
den visited his grandparents, the : .
Bill Tromp left Wednesday for I Galesburg.. Illinois after spending Henry Simmons this week. DAY
Alliance, Ohio where he will |ten days with their aunt and The P. K. Weavers had a gay
visit friends and relatives.Mr. 'uncle'' the W. S. Dunsmores. house last week when their to S HORMEL COOKED CANNED .
and Mrs. Gerald Croxton i Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Austin daughters and families arrived OD StOa Please Stock
have returned from Biloxi. Mis-"have just completed their fourth ';! for a visit. Dr. and Mrs. Roger
sissippi where they visited their;Wally Byam Caravan. The latest I Crook and six sons of Raleigh.N. Up Early for 3
son and daughter-in-law, the David -i one was through Eastern Cana- C., their guest Tommy Blake. Rights Reserved LB. $259
Croxton's. David and his 'I da Last Spring they joined the Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Richardson . Prices' Good thru August 31st the Holidays ; CAN ::1--
wife returned to Kissimmee with I caravan on a tour of Mexico. and two daughters of Decatur -
them for short Over 400 Airstream trailer families .,
a visit. Georgia and Mr. and Mrs. M1NM.B1X1E" STORM. INC.-COPYRIGHT- 3
Mr. and Mrs Warren Bailey; made up the latest entour- Donald Walker and three sons of

left today for their home at,age.WORK. Orlando, met here for a family r .", v -- -. ,' ._./
reunion.
: Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hunt are
STARCH vacationing in the North Carolina
SAVING mountains.Mr. Choice
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family have returned from their '
GIVES YOUR IRON M summer home at Murphy N. C. : + Slices
Included
Mrs. Maude Williams has returned -
after a vacation at Columbia Sweet Hickory SmokedHAMS
[ S. C. where she visited h Y
G.L.J.O.J.N-G POWER her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Kinard,
__ and at Charlotte N. C.
Special ingredient,'Indn, ends 'sticllJwaninll"- 'I Mrs. Jess Thacker and children -
prevents jtllowlng-makes garments scorch-resistant. Steve Pam and Peggy
have returned after several
Starch new life, new brightness weeks vacation. Jess vacationedat
E'z their summer cottage at Maggie -
into clothes with
Valley, N. C. while the children -
StarchMEMBER. R
attended
U HOOD: EZSTARCH ooLCaN.ws.o Birthday congratulations camp. this
week are being sent to Lucy DEPAATAkENi OF I IAaRrcuLTURE
'Gunn, Hampton Sessions, Bobby SHANK
Lawson, Pete Hunt, Butch DoT
an. Beryl Spiers, Pauline Mann. HALF
Buddy Parsons Bill Makinson.
SUPERBRANC ALL FLAVORS
Janet Anderson, Rowena Jewell
Mrs. Billy Prentice, Doug Par- LB. s
tin, Andy McFarland Frankie Ice ( Half 491 '

Vine Grissom Sharon, Brown.Danny Mrs.McQuagge.E. C. ream. Gal.:

I Thelma Croxton Roger Turner, MORTON . APPLE CHERRY. PEACH COCONUT
W. J. Nelson Jr.. Dorothy Ho- WHOLE OR BUTT HALF

Freedom Of Choice dala Mims, Kenneth Mildred Padgett Cheek,, Nancy Roger Fruit Pies. 3 :. $1. HAM LB. 491 :

Cheek, Karen Taylor, MargaretAnn .
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Under absolutely no conditions Shivers, Pat Boyd, Susie: ., .
does the choice of the funeral Glass Jean Miller and Carma .,' .",7":..'. - ,.'. 1' -
director rest with anyone other Reeves. Best wishes to each of S. "' .
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w than the family requiring his you.Mrs.. Irene Osmun has return- !:
services. Regardless of the circumstances ed to her home on Poinciana after Wl; 'oFF ''I
=. it is your right to a vacation of several weeks.
50 Extra Top Value Stamps
". call the funeral director of Jean Iannucci and daughter
your have returned to their home at WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
THE ORDER own choice.of Toledo, Ohio after visiting Jean's a ] IIUImw .'$;3. Two PKOB. RICH'S FROZEN
THE6CIOEH parents Mr. and Mrs. Dan CHOCOLATE
ECLAIRS
RULE: Keene I
I, OOO THRU AUGUST .I TAT
R.IEDEL Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wood y ON ALL
))1)) I and Mrs. Mae Miscall of Fay- ANY WINN-DIXIE I

it etteville, New York have been ,,: . c
-,6 BOTTLE
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24 HOAR e
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" >a t visiting.. Miss Ethel Reynolds : .
; AM&UL.4NCCHRVICE JLO7 E 11 M E 11.S.T R E EJ rs JVIisgall was especially pleased d. .
; -c + : *SSIMMEE 'ftORiDllr with her investment at Cape 1 CARTON J7 0 0"

Coral and Felsmere, neither of 1 1 I' _
Phone: which she had previously seen. PINEBREEZE MEDIUM SIZE GR. "A" i 50 Extra Toil Value Stamps -

847-3188 _. __ yt Mr. and Mrs. Lee Arthur have 1 SOFT ( ly( 1t WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE O
returned to their home in Or- ,. PKa.. TROPICANA
ange Gardens after an extendedtour Ttiii
EGGS
which took them to the 1 : !
i 1 beautiful Lake Louise and Banffin DRINKS TR ST SI T t
Canada. i 1 s AT ANY WINN DIXI!

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cloug of Limit 2 ctns. with
Orange Gardens are vacationingin
S $5. food order or
New England.
I 2 Doz 69 ; E more at 10< off.

50 Extra TOT Vahe Stani*
1
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

TOUR NO. V, CANS BLUE BAY r
I TUNA FISH
SAVE 20 EACH . KRAFT SALAD DRESSING
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.000 THRU AU U Y IMWINN
AT ANY -DIXIE

Miracle WHIP QT. 39, I is


SAVE 10< ACH . HUDSON TWIN PACK


I2.U..CAMC1ITGINERALJiillLECTRlC Towels. 2 ROLL PKG. 291 i i wITH 50 Extra THIS COUPON Top. Vatee AND PURCHASE Stann aF .

ONS O-oz. JAR DeEP SOUTH
SAVE LOST EACH . HORMEL PEANUT BUTTER

OOO THRU AU.U.T SISTVT
3 9' ANY WINN-DIXIE
Spa 111 . S . 12-oz. CAN i 13

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yArr -'tp,1 ,, 51 E> ra T r S 51 Extra Top Yalae I Stamps' 50 Extra T0p Yake Stamps
i ay WITH hiS AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE a
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r ONS 10.01. POX DELUX[ On* PAN-RCDI FNOZCN ONt!_AM<1( Size PeaALKASELTZER.

WASHER SHRIMP CREOLE J
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.00 THRU AUGUST IST OOO TMHU AUGUST 1 T .00 THMW AU W T irr
AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXiE I AT ANY WINN.DIXII
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2SPEEDS2CYCLlS

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NORMAL or SLOW SPEED
for normal 1 r _
load or delicate fabrics. Wash sp..d A i #
selection control pin pd. fkIiTIfl 'wnaiq' : . .
REGULAR and SHORT WASH CYCLES -
combine with speed s.l.ction to laundr t .
any fabric. Spin, rinsa and final / VACUUM PACKED' VAN CAMP
spin controlled by cycl sl cHon.FILTER.FLO .
]roDEL O W SYSTEM tUon.,. r.d.on. ti Astor Coffee It Pork k Beans
soap wash scum.water, eliminating Unt, sand, \ .
COMfAR!
NEW BIG 12.LB.CAPACITY takes larO lornHy .
GENERAL was in stride. -. Iew 51 300 CAN .
ELECTRIC . /1"-/ irI ,-LI. CAN W
CLOTHESLOADS 39 I SAVE 5V' EA. 9 I
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WITH 1 "*. II us. 12 LIL : SAVE 20'MAXWELL Umit 4 with' S3.00 .
OTHER T**.;::-=s ...IN./. el"f 1 i 1 : JlI food order or mor.
MODELS a..IN. 1tii" w__ $19095LIMITED \.

HOUSE + BLUE or WHITE DETERGENT IAXWfiLL
TIME ONLY c '
491 I
Coffee a N Arrow GIANT 39 .41

PARKS FURNITURE Limit 1 with $5.00 M I -
CO. or 4, SAVE 20* EACH1 _
more food order. -_
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Exchange Students :.p .. Starling Makes TD Masons To Confer Methodists Plan


Arrive In TownBy For Denver Broncos Degrees Orange Blossom On Three Lodge No. S Special Special services Services in observanceof

F.&A.M. announced that th Labor Day wffl be held Sun-
CHARLES B. EBY Terrace during her stay here. Bruce Starling, son of Mr. Chiefs last week Bruce, who amendment to the Code: of ByLaws day morning at the First Methodist
Osceola High School has Donna a senior was Impressed'with t, and Airs. Carroll Starling, has plays defense, recovered a adopted at July 15th meeting Church, sponsored by the
two foreign students attend the vast land area here.* shown the Denver Broncos fumble and ran 23 yards for has_ been approved by thE Commission on Christian Soda
: ing under the American Field Barbados Is on an island 21. I that he means business when the first touchdown: of the Grand Master of Masons of Florida Concern, H. F. McPherson chair-
Service student exchange mile long and 14 miles wide. he plays football. game. The Broncos lost to the and becomes effective .
plan this year. The AFS was This is her second venture Astar of the University of Chiefs 30-16 however.He Dec. 27th. man.A display of labor tools mentioned
started during wwi when from home, the other beinga Florida Gators, Bruce was Is scheduled to play In On Monday, Sept. 16th the in the Bible will be plac
some American volunteers trip to Trinidad The large signed up with the Denver the last exhibition game of Master Mason degree will be ed in the vestibule by Evani
ambulance drivers decided est town on the island is Broncos to play professional the season Saturday at Win conferred upon three candidates.The Hardware. Also on display wil
that it would be nice to sponsor -smaller than KIssimmee in i ball. He reported at Denveron ston Salem N.C. against the first section will begin at : be the painting 'The Aagelus'
some students from over area although larger in pop- July 10th. Buffalo Bflls. The Starlings 6:00 P.M. A dinner will be serv. .' by Millet to be dramatized bj
seas to attend American: ulation. In a preseason exhibition plan to be there to witness ed at 7:00 P.M. and the secondsection 'I. Bruce WtitewoU and Mary Vieh
schools. This will be first experience game against Kansas City the game. will start at 8:00 P.M. man.
Schools participating in the in public and coeduca- WITH NEW FAMILY -Jose is shown above with his
program have to raise $700 tional schools. She likes Poisoning ReportsOn
newly adopted family the Carroll Starlings with whomhe .
student and thestudent's and swimming -
foreign in
per sports general Increase
will make his home while attending Osceola High
family Is expectedto In particualar
match that amount if pos--' The other foreign student School. They are, left to right Mr. Starling Allan Jose Reports of poisonings are Increasing
sible. If' they cannot match i it I Is Jose Roberto "Ze" de Brito and Mrs. Starling. (Photo by Eby) in Florida. For the first '
the student can come on merit J' rdim from San Palo Brazil six months of this year there Money that stands up >Y
,. San Palo is a city of some were 1995. In an of last year
Y Donn Kinney, of 'Barbados, 4,000,000 population with five there were 3,880. For 1961 the
.: West Indies, is living with the television stations. The high number was 3,198. to be counted
;, ttaloh Lohmann's in Renee school Ze attended in San Dr. George A. McCoy, direc-
.... Palo was named after Presi tor of the State Board of Health's /
: BROASTED dent Franklin D. Roosevelt. Accident Prevention Program, A lot of Communist eyes are watch- lions of individuals and families.
.. Ze said that he finds the pop S said reports from Florida's 20 ing the financial strength of our Your dollars in Savings Bonds do
CHICKENs ular "Rock and Roll" music poison control centers and re- government and of our people like stand up to be counted-as a meas-
here very refreshing "it is: porting hospitals showed that of hawks. That's because their lead- ure of the strength of our countryand
; FRRRzf4rl'EDRIVEIN: how you say? Foot-tapping z 1 the 1,995 total so far this year, ers have said they would "bury; us" our people.

music.On this" Ze's first trip out :: # L 1.,22linvolved 73 cases involved children children under 5 5; economically-and it to happen.It they're waitingfor Help keep yourself and your

. of Brazil, he will make his through 9; 147 concerned children country strong by regular buyingof
home with the Carroll Starlings _ 10 through 19; and 554 must be a continuing disap- U.S. Savings Bonds, through the
1204 Palm Avenue. were adults. pointment to them that, year after Payroll Savings Plan where. you
h. The television set was on "Among children under 10 who year, U.S. savers put so much of work, or from your bank.
during the interview and Ze accounted for nearly 1,300 of the their savings in U.S.Savings Bonds.
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looked at it for a minute and ax cases aspirin was the most fre- This stake that Savings Bond

said "Oh! Roy Rogers!" A quently ingested household product owners now have in the strength of Quick facts about U.S.Savings Bonds
.. Informal receptions held for ," he said. "Cleaning and our country is more than $45 billionan
ALREADY AT ;HOME-Donna,who will make her home
attended back for when
well $3
. the students were polishing.agents, insecticides and all-time You get $4 every
high.
by their new classmates.The with the Ralph Lohmanns has already made herself at Kerosene followed in that order. your Bond matures Your Bonds are
local chapter of the AFS home in her new community. She is shown above with This generally has been the And because savers can get their replaced free if lost or destroyed
($ dI( is now planning a formal reception her new sisters and mother on the Lohmann tennis court. tern in the past, indicating pat-that money back when they need it, You can save automatically on
that's financial for mil-
for them. strength Payroll Savings.
Left to right are, Chris Susan and Mrs. Lohmann and parents are continuing to be most

Smtrteit luneluon or disc<.r radar: Donna. (Photo by Eby) careless in respect to what
MM in Central Florida.. : DelijM Former Resident I should be their most precious Keepfreedomlnyourfutu U.S. SAVINGS BONDS
ffmUy . Junior jror gneitt possessions.
sour .
. by bringing f&et* U tkit truly Died In OrlandoMrs. Darlene Debault Miss Littlefield "Only 25 of this year's cases

.niqt dining room.TAN. Carol Sue Shaffer 24, Weds Wm. Ballard Tells Final PlansMiss involved children under one
f CJeMII OanA....a..T'aft'o..I.s. "ftN 2511 S. Thornton St., Orlando, year of age, Children in this age

.I L' . died Friday. Born In Kissimmee, A ceremony at Central Christian Loraine Littlefieldthis bracket are normally physically
Mtd,. '. she moved to Orlando in 1951 Church of Wint Haven on week announced final incapable of getting into many .
t IJ and was a Presbyterian. united Miss Darlene Dale toxic substances. At the age of
Friday
.1M aNAl., %': plans of her wedding to Francis
.....!-.Orteate Survivors are, husband, Louis Debault and William M. Ballard H. Willmering. one they start exploring and
k 1 Franklin; mother, Lorraine Pel- Delmar D. Debault father of The wedding will be an tasting everything they can get
letier daughter, Valarie Sue; the bride, and Dr. G. E. de Gaf- event of Saturday. September7th into their mouths. By the age
ENTER brothers Jack Gene and Anthony of three they are learning -
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ferelly were officiating clergymen at 8:00: pjn. at the St T /
SHEAFFER'SPRIZE all of Orlando, and Thomas John's Episcopal Church. FT those who survive that there
Clayton, Ocala; sisters Jane Mr and Mrs. Delmar D. De- Wendell Hainlin will officiate. are some things not meant to be : /
PARTY Pelletier, Louise Martini, Jean bault, Winter Haven, are the Serving as matron of hon eaten.
CONTEST enne Stephens, all of Orlando bride's parents. The bridegroomis or for her sister will be Mrs. "If parents would keep aspirin
1st PRIZE and Dorothy Tippie, Buffalo, the son of Mrs. Margaret Ballard Jean Wease. The best man and other medicines out of
N. Y. Salem, Va. will be Clyde D. Off reach of children: if cleansers
1-Tht Party of Your lift. Fairchild Funeral Home was The bride was given in mar All friends of the coupleare bleaches and polishing agentsare .
Sheaffer picks up the tab up in charge. riage by her father. cordially Invited to attend 'kept in original containersand
to '1,000, or take '1,000 in Serving as matron of honor the ceremony and the recep- stored in a safe place most In
cash. Legion To Entertain'Delegates was Mrs. Dewayne Starling Ti- tion which will follow in the of these accidents could be pre-
4'
tusville. Bridesmaids were Miss parish house. vented. ll \
2 A Brand New Falcon Fatura Officials
Elizabeth Ballard Salem, Va., *"" "So far this year. 174 children 2 .
Sports Convertible. The MaMpson Carson Post No. sister of the bridegroom and 27 Bulls Are have been so acutely poisoned llI a
3-' ,200 Clothing allowance; had to be j . .
10 and Auxiliary will entertaincity Miss Betsy Upscombe, Rich- they hospitalized, .
"100 a month for a at 'm Offered For Sale I .. .
year officials and other guests d.1Ya. Junior bridesmaid : aTi s\\
.the;store' ol your choice. with a dinner at the "Legiorf wad MEs Cindy ..Debault'-sisterof Cattlemen interested 'in purchasing Youth Given 60 i "."'! l .).:+"!,... -....- .
$\\ ,. 1 .'. ;
,
or' the jbride. q 'J
/ Home on September 5th to honor :- bulls should consider the Days In City Jail I .
Win One o(50 the delegates to Boys' and Best man was Don Garrett, Salem forthcoming sale of registered .':'
100 Sportswear Outfits. Girls' State. Va. Lee Debault brother of Angus Bulls and Hereford Bullsat A 19-year-old] youth began sere
will the bride and Dick Hostler Winter Quincy, September 4th, 1963, in
Each of the delegates givea ing a 60-day( sentence city
LOCAL PRIZES report and will express their I Haven were ushers. Junior at 2:30 p.m. There will be 19 I jail for unauthorized use of a
1st-M.95 Sheaffer Pen and individual experiences and im- usher was Tommy Lang.A Angus and 8 Hereford bulls fromthe car despite the pleas of his
Pencil Set.2nd3.9S pressions they gathered during reception was held in the North Florida Experiment, mother that what he had done
Sheaffer Ballpointand their stay at the State CapitoLAll church parlor following the cer Station herd sold at this time. was "kid stuff."
Pencil Set. Legionnaires and Auxiliaries emony. I These bulls are all Bangs vac- Alfred T. Jones, Jr., 19, had I l\
3rd-M.95 Sheaffer Ballpoint.Just are urged to attend this dinner for all Os cinated TB tested and guaranteed -been arrested after be had been Tt>* I7J?. Oeve.xre.t dof* not gr: for IAIa tdtrrtMny. SS. Trtrt b.MN's.bt ?
This is the
year Co w.R xdMa publicationor tkfir falrioKf MMfport. #
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to. breed. The animals i IA ni+ T* A.9rrtitng
that used
they can
guess the number of car. meeting so ceola countians with a. boatto seen driving a car on a
tridges in the display at: see the results of their sponsor!' make the cruise. With our can be seen at the North Florida, car lot here. When the lot own- .
ship for these youth activities new locks at Southport and Experiment Station anytime prior er stopped him as he headed toward 4i -
HUNT BROS. and honor these fine delegates Stabilized Waterways we real to the sale. the street, Jones said he
that, represented the city so wellat ly will have somethi.ng.o! For further information, call, was only testing the car. This
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4 Klsslmnuf KIssimmee. Fla., Thurs., August 29, 1963 t Miss Universe,. dmir Model: i Sorority Starts County StiuHef _

\ I Ir Is Operation AlphabetTo
THEKISSIMMEE {I Ii Bill Oiler FundAll Use Of Surp 1>!)9

1 i

; GAZETTEA Be ContinuedCentral proceeds from the annual County oomrotojfamrj are coo-
timring their study of the we of
ball given by the Delta Alpha
federal surplus food to help the
Joke H. Perry i.w.paper Florida's excellent response of! additional air time from Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha <<
to "Operation Alphabet", WDBO-TV and through the cooperation this year will go to the Bill Oiler needy to Osceola: GMnty.
of Walt Sickles, They are doing tfcfe despite a
the video-taped series designedto program Fund.
Offices: 24.26 Stewart AYe
teach adult illiterates to read manager, "Operation Al- Bill recently underwent the sKf lengthy report by MaJ. Edward
q1/ Telephone 847-2881 and"write, has made an Impressive habet" will be rescheduled im- .putation of a leg as a resultof Smith Civil DeJtwM Director.
following the comple- who pointed out the problems
F start toward educational advancement mediately an injury.
Entered as Second Class Mall Matter for the undereducated. tion of the last tape in the series. The ball will be held September involved.
1k In the Post Office at KIssimmee. Fla. e Tape No. 100 of the present 28th at the community house Comrar. Chester Barber, who

. ; Approximately 50 percent of series will be concluded on Oct- and will feature the popular has urged study of the programin '
Published Thursdays at Kissimmee, Florida j jJ' p. I the state's total enrollment in ober 21st and Tape No. 1 ofthe band, "The Losers.; Ticket donations the past, said. "Smith explored -
k 'the program has been concentrated re-run series will begin for will be $3.00 per couple. it and says we Should not get
J' LEO SCHUMAKER in the Central Florida 100 tapes. Programs will continue The sorority also announcedthat into it. But I dent believe the

I Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION I ., x 'I area, and the series will be continued at the same time and onthe anyone wishing to donate to expenses would be as great as

at the request of Directors same days: Monday, Wed the "Bill Oiler Fund" may do indicated, but its benefits would

RATES {! of Adult Education. nesday and Friday morningsfrom so by mailing donations to the be great"

I/I/ Six months, $2.50; one year, $4.00; two years, $7.00 I Through the generous donation 700730.()( und, P.O. Box 992, Kissimmee. Commr. L. J. Harvey said that

I J I when the states does not pay a
I City Acquires New Public DefenderGet needy family cnetfgh. and the

t t What Mr. Farley Thinks I I Prison UniformsThe Two New Cases Margaret Barnes county tries to supplement the

I Weds O. S. ThackerTh income, the state deducts the

i x inmates of the city jail Judge W. A. Pattishall refusedto county help from Us next check.
We live in a time of danger cabinet, for eight years chair-
undoubtedly the greatest dangerthe man of the Democratic National'' will now be dressed in prison accept guilty pleas in two home of The Reverend "The only reason the county
uniforms, according to Bob Best, cases in circuit court. Forris Bernard, pastor of the would try to supplement: :] the state
world has ever faced, if only Committee, and long a national!
I II chief of police. He referred each case to the Mount Hebron Methodist would be becaMe the state
because of the incredibly destruc- figure, is right, we are not. The
I ;I 4: isW..i The gray uniforms, with white public defender because the Church, Mount Hebron, Nortn doesn't pay enough" Harvey de-
tive of the lead article in the July issue of ,
power
weapons? possessed stripes on the pant legs, arrived three persons involved did not Carolina, was the scene of the clared.
and readied the two The Reader's Digest, winch is + I
by
,: t f this week. have counsel. wedding of Miss :Margaret Barber said he did nOt betteve
great This dark fact is condensed from an address Mr.
powers. Appearing before the judge Elizabeth Barnes and Mr. O. the state would dtatact for the
continually the mind of Farley made before the Execullives'
on every I iI' were Edward Clayton Sullivan S. Thacker, Loth of Kissim distribution of foodstuffs. However
thoughtful American. Club of Chicago, presents'his Cee Jays Slated accused of grand larceny of $180 mee. The wedding took place the amount allowable is
But are we, as a people, fan view in an effort to remindhis
t and Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Rexford, among friends on Friday evening not great. At chain store pricesit
ing to it and countrymen ". . of the stuff For Amateur
up as we can must? ShowThe
also accused of grand larceny. August 23, at 7:30: pjn. would amount to about $5.60
Are the most of all they are made of.
we making
The Rexfords were charged with Mrs. Thacker is the only per person for a month or more
the resources we have? He states his thesis In his Cee formed
Jays a quartet
late
I of the Mr. and
furniture and furnishings daughter of certain Hems.
If James A. Farley, once a j opening paragraph: "Night ands I The new Miss Universe, Ida Marie Varnez of Brazil, admires a in Laurel, Mississippi, will appear -taking renting. Mrs. Henry J. Barnes, who
from house they were
member of President Roosevelt's 1 J I day the Kremlin's propaganda is II!I model of Florida's Exhibit in the 1964 New York World's Fair on the September 1st Ted a____ were residents of Kissimmeefor
I as Governor Farris Bryant explains its important features. The Mack's show. They auditioned in many years. Mrs. Thacker Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dunn ol

model is being displayed in different parts of the state. New York In July for this show. William D. Marvin was graduated from Osceola {Sylvester Georgia announce the

This appearance is a prize won : High School, Kissimmee, and I birth of a daughter Mary Kaih-
F1ciichit directed toward breaking the will superiority was overwhelming, by the group at the MidSouthFair Visits In Italy i has been employed as legal erne, on August 14th.
of the American to resist. bid for world disarmanment Mrs. Dunn is
I people we in Memphis, Tenn. 'secretary for the law firm of the former Elsie
I And, unforunately, there are it was the Soviets who closed The quartet is composed of Bill Marine Private First Class William Thacker and Thacker. She is Lanier daughter ol Mr. and Mrs.L. .

k'1nH. well-meaning Americans who un- the door against it. In an un- and Martha Clark, the childrenof D. Marvin son of Mr. and an active member of the First K. Lanier of Ktsaunmee.

a circus of umm wittingly assist those propagand- precedented act, we spent $60 Mr. and Mrs. Kimball dark Mrs. William D. Marvin of 1807 Baptist church of Kissimmee. -
s,0 ists. They argue that this is a billions of our treasure to aid (the former Margaret Hoss of I I Orange Blvd.. Kissimmee. a I Mr. O. S. Thacker is the
time of greatest danger, and other nations of the world.It Kissimmee and Sandra and Patsy member of Battalion Landing senior member of the Thack I SHRIMPIn
therefore greatest care must betaken is the Soviets, Mr. Farley ,Jones. er and Thacker law firm.
Team 1-6, visited Genoa and Liv-
This is certainly taie. But;; writes, pointing to the clear re- Votes for the contestants are by A Basket
the Italian Riviera
there is a vast difference be- cord, who seek world domina- post cards. orno along
tween taking care and taking to tion. Already they have subjugated August 2-7 when the ships of t Mrs. Bast To FREEZETTEDRIVEIN I
< Amphibious Squadron 12 put into -
IUSORQtjj the woods." within totalitarian states,. I

', Mr. Farley calls on history to almost a billion people and 15-: City Has IdeasiAboutCanalLocks In port.addition to the Italian Riv- Address GuildThe
supply us with the evidence of free nations.
RIVER what other Americans, most of Mr. Farley goes on to list Iera visit special tours were ar- I
them long-dead, did in times if perils that are continually grow- I ranged for the Marines to such Wesleyan Service Guild of WILKINSONRAZOR
City commissioners believe the cities as Munich Germany and the First Methodist Church will
grave and consummate danger. ing perils that demand the utmost
STATE PZEPHYRMILLS The roll is a long one, going an in resoluteness and cour- Southport Canal locks should ben the Italian ports of Rome Florence meet Monday, September 9th Instead
operation 24 hours a day, Pisa and Venice. These of September 2nd, at the BLADES
agonizing way from Bunker Hill age from us all. Even where
week in order to tours from to three home of Mrs. Robert Eby In
seven days a ranged one I .
to the hell of Trarawa. Its meaning communism has not triumphedit &
serve the boating public. days' duration and offered the Idora Park. The date was set up
is found in Patrick Henry'simmortal is moving in, using every GARDEN TOOLS
This idea was in a resolution "Leathernecks" chances to see because of the Labor Day boll
"Give me ,liberty or weapon at its command, from
commission. It of the world's most fascinating -
give me death." In Mr. Farley's bland words to terror. So: "The adopted by the some day.Mrs. LOU TARCAI
adopted in and architec- Duncan McFarland will!I
landscapes
of two pacts
phrase, "In blunt terms the map proves that we are not was one
4 message isto stand as an moving toward war with the regard to the Southport area ture. The works of Italy's great- be cohostess.Mrs. FEED AND FARM
? to the Da Margaret Bast will tel I
The other was addressed est masters Michelangelo SUPPLY
American be
must preparedto communists they are moving
; y: you" ; county commissioners who were Vinci, Venocohio, Cellini, and of her recent travels in Soutl 1 '''t,'' ._ aN,..,. (...NrI.
fall as one. i war toward us. Each time we .ti'
asked to build boat landings at many others were seen by America.
Mr. Farley denies that. as the seek to disengage they confront
the lower end the 'members of the Battalion
the lock site at
Kremlin repeatedly charges, we us nearer home. Today they are
are a soft people, dedicated onlyto I on our doorstep." of Lake Tohopekaliga.The Landing Team. I
commissioners said thatif The unit is currently in the I
lives of as much ease as we At the end he sums up his "A REQUIEM FOR MAYME HOLMES"
Y 4t can obtain the story of the I j l thesis: '1 believe the American the flood control district can- Mediterranean on an extended

6' : v pioneers ;who. made: this nation,j people must face the danger and not operate the locks full-time. training cruise where the Marine On Wednesday, August 14, 1963, an Angel of Mercy

rebut rfcUchj'charges'f 'with'' henHonIat /I 1h.cr ti'sW involvedAnQ'dieet;( this they 'should be open a oninimum Corps' .most valuable weapon, soared above this vale of tears and winged it's way into

thgrrenaiessmGsS: : 'hge iiedsiv y ,r 't91gi k of 16 hours-daily andothat.a..nom- the individual' Marine' .r, is-. being. the "Great Beyond" toward her heavenly home.
t sian claim which has found currency it (is) the duty of every citizento inal charge be made by those trained!

in many corners of the convey to the President that requiring their operation if off For over fifty years she practiced as nurse and midwifeto


As he points out, Russia the awful risk, confident that, those of Osceola County and the patients at Oeceola Hos
'ERx
herself supports this denial. We like the great American Presi- Convicted Forger MondayThe pital. She was the only one left that started when the hospital -
saved Russia from Nazi occupa- dents who preceded him, he will
first opened in 1933.
SfATE tv .s... km when she was reeling on the exert that will only becausehe Granted New Trial Selective Service Office
edge of total collapse. We ask- can do naught else and (draft board) will be closed She served with zeal and professional dignity and min.

ed nothing in return. And when, again prayerful that it is also Joseph Henry Kerce, convictedof Monday, September 2nd, for istered with maternal vigilance and affection. She kept i

pSARASOTA because of our monopoly of the will of God, in Whom wetrust. forgery and serving time in Labor Day. I the faith of the art and the spirit of her profession as no !' I
YR, Y atomic weapons our military ." Raiford, was granted a new The local board office is locat-
one in her race had done before. She was a constant :1
)
trial by Circuit Judge W. A. ed in room 205 of the Post Office
Pattishall. The basis for the new building.All source of consolation and inspiration to those who worked ii,j

Protect Our ChildrenIt trial, as in the case of dozens males, as they attain the I with her. Mayme's mold was rare and precious-one \

more, is that Kerce did not havean age of 18. are required to register -i most difficult to reproduce. \

will be "Back to School" for the majority of the attorney at his first trial. within five (5) days after I All of us that know her cannot help but feel that "
The judge ordered that Kercebe their 18th birthdate. The regular
children of Florida the first week in she from the "Shadow of the of
In September. held at Raiford until the office hours are 8:00 a.m. to though passed Valley I

Whether it's "Back to School" or starting school court hearing because ol crowded 12:00: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00: p.m. Death" she emerged a favored and exalted being.amongGod's '

for the first time, parents should assume the respon- conditions in the county jail. Monday through Thursday. chosen few because she was a special type of Samaritan

of and However, he set bond at $5,000 that had completed a job well done.
n sibility teaching stressing safety before the and Kerce free Dr. John P. Tindall of Kissim-
by post-
child starts to school. It's too late after an accident. ing that amountCommission can go mee, who recently came to active Let us pray that our eternal fate will be as good. hen

See more of Florida this Children should be taught to obey traffic laws; be duty in the United States Air and that she will experience surcease from the cares and

Force In the rank of captain, of this world.
Visit State worries
summer. your shown and instructed to take the nearest and safest
Renews has completed the orientation John O. Rao M.D.
Parks and enjoy their route to and from school; and to cross at intersections course for officers of the Med-

natural beauty their. where there is a traffic light, when possible. If Firm's ContractAt ical Service at Gunter AFB, Ala. -

fine recreation facilities- the child rides a bicycle, parents should be sure he

For a circus of summei knows and practices "Safe Riding Habits." a special meeting of the

For the first 7 months of this year, 132 children 16 city commission Tuesday; after- D

fun visit your StatE years of age and under have been killed by motor noon the contract of Smith and

Paries often. vehicles Gillespie, engineering firm, was I
throughout Florida. Many more were injured. renewed for five years.

This number includes children struck by cars or g

\:: trucks, as passengers in automobiles and buses, and

f bicycle and motor scooter deaths. The largest number SOUTH TRAILDRIVEIN SAVE

were struck by motor vehicles in front or near ;;

their homes. '; I r __

The Florida Safety Council urges drivers to use THEATRE WHERE YOUR

caution when driving near schools, especially when MONEY EARNS

school opens in the mornings and at dismissal time. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
I
PROTECT OUR FUTURE CITIZENS.miles THURS.-FRI.-SAT.

!COLOR PRINTS I Della Is of fence along the gradeto "LOVE AUG.IS 29-30-31 A BALL
t Tracy J. D. Stevens of Kenansvifle t- .4 % I
His bid 730"LOVE
; Named As Accessory of $169.50 a mile was
.' ':\. P-c", r lower of two received. J. Lonnie 3IE OR _

4-:,;' N{W ROILS OFKOWcCOLOR t Mrs. Cassie Hankins, 15, has Bronson bid $184 a mile. LEAVE ME

% LEFT FOR been charged with the murder 9.50 PER ANNUM

.iMVaef tG t PRINTING I Ii of her son-in-law, John Patrick Mr. and Mrs. James Emerson "LOVE IS A MANYSPLENDORED DIVIDEND I

\ Tracy, who was shot to death at Alligator Lake announcethe THING"
U2 e6Ufm GUARWiTtEDBLACKS
the Hankins home last week. birth of a son, Mark Dale, 11:40Complete
: ... \ .2'Q! ..n Her daughter, Mrs. Delia- Saturday, August 24th, at the [COMPOUNDED AND
I has been Kissimmee Show In Color PAYABLE QUARTERLY]
I Tracy, arraigned on a Hospital.
,
charge of being an accessory to

murder. SUN.MON.TUES.SEPT. I
Mrs. Tracy was first taken in- ARCADETHEATRE 1-2-3

WHITE to custody but was released Adult Entertainment
when the coroner's jury charged
her mother with the murder. "COLD WIND INAUGUST
QUALITY PRINTS "
Matinees Sal-Sun. 2:30 I I"l
7:30 11:20
Makinsons Only Eve. Performance 7 pun. "SWEET BIRD OF

Bidder On Wire. FRI. SAT.. AUG. 30-31 YOUTH I :!

Makinson Hardware Companywas "COME PLOW YOUR I With PAUL NEWMAN i
: POSUMS CUAHAWTtf 0 9-.20 only
the only bidder on more HORN

than 100 rolls of barbed wire to FRANK SINATRA !!i SEPT. 4, WEDNESDAY
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be used by the Road Departmentin plus I
FAMILY NIGHT
fencing the Fellsmere grade.Bidding :. FIRST FEDERAL
on both American and AYOFTHETRImDS' Both Features in Color

foreign made wire, Makinson HOWARD KEEL" "THE BURT UNFORCIVEN LANCASTER Savings and Loan-Association of OSCEQLA COUNTY
n
showed a difference of $2. a
roll between the two The commissioners I I II 7:30 11:35 KISSIMMEEf. ST. CLOUD
SEPT. 1.2
SUN.MON.
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BROS. .i
HUNT
bought the foreign-I 'I' "ESCAPE FROM ...pili;
"ISLAND OF LOVE"ROBERT ZAHRIAN"YULBRYNNER .:.:. Y"fT" '- ,
made at $7.24
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"THE OPEN FRONT STORE" They also granted a contract I PRESTON I ., MEMHX tOEXAl SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CQWOtATKSN'The
of about 14 TONY RANDALL 9-35
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I The Kissimmee Gazette, Klsslmmee, Ffau, .. & Ie, Ltd S
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Frank Glass
To
1F OHS Opens I -
sities throughout the southeastern addition t o these evafcattkaa,

United States participated in the cadets were tested on a wide

COIllpletesCourse camp. The camp is designed to range of aKi bjccl i ttafeg both writ.

More Than 700 I give the students practical expe- ten and perionaaaee type tests.

rience in military subjects. The Cadet ftast exeetied in aQ activities

,1 4 tricity (3) PSSC instruction included intensive and and earned the mum
t ; Physics In
1 Osceola Senior High will f the sciences. College Algebra Cadet Frank Glass of Kissimsee realistic training in infantry tactics coveted deslffiatiea.of& DistingttUh-

'' fljMjJ convene at opening chapel will return to the mathematics a member of the Reserve weapons of the Army and ed Military 3ttkle*t. To achieve

1 exercises at 8:00 ajn. Tuesday.A field. Beef Science is a Officers' Training Corps at Middle other subjects essential to a commissioned this oa ot, 1 cadet must stand

full day operation will end new introduction in agricul--Tennessee State College Mur officer in the United I among the upper use-third of all
ILKic-1I at 3:00 Students will at- .
F ___ p.m. ture. German will return to freesboro, Tennessee, recently States Army. cadets com,etiag. .
a ac ad at tend six class sched-
period
the foreign language offerings completed six weeks of trainingat The cadets themselves acted as If a cadet afefeiaJ&s" this high
ule. Some students will
t enroll Typing H will be added to the ROTC Summer Camp Fort the leaders of their units in the level of achfevemeftt. not only In

r" in a seventh period business education offerings. Benning. Georgia.As day-to-day activities of Army life ROTC, but aiji campus activities
4 + 1 1I 4 + scheduled before opening
I
Schedules for students were a result he was designatedto and all tactical problems.The he may designated as a ZHstingttfehed -

hours immediately after made up after extensive coun- the honor of Distinguished Mili- cadets were closely! observed Mfttary Graduate and

I ft school The school or in night classes. seling last spring, changescan tary Cadet. Approximately 1800 and evaluated by Regular be offered a Regular Array Commteskm .
offerings
course
will include new subjects: (1) no longer be made. Students cadets from colleges and univer- Army officers and Non Commissioned upon graduation from con>>

will attend a complete officers in all activities. In leg
tr Accelerated Science; (2) Elec

IiI I schedule of classes Tuesday.- School To Start LF.OAL NOTICE

The following Is a summary statement of tM tentative bu4ett and
Tuesday MorningAll any and all revisions thereof made by the Beard of County Cemnls .
Farmers Reminded stoners of Osceola County. Florida for the County of OceoU. Stateof
Florida for the Fiscal' year beginning October 1st.. 1988. and 001-
children grades 1-12 will frig September 30th. 1964: showing for each budget and toe tou et
I return to school on Tuesday all budgets the proposed tax mHlaret.: the batawes. the I'Ud
the total of each major classification of receipts' and expenditures classified -
I Of Deadline September 3. KIssimmee Ele- according to the classification by the Comptrotter of the State of
Voting mentary School and Highlands Florida to-wit:
ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS OSCBOiA COUNTY
.s Elementary School hours will be GENERAL FUND
i from 8:10 A.M. to 2:50 P.M. each FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30. 19&<<.
I Farmers and ranchers throughout the Agricultural Office Building ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS: '. .
reminded miles of day for all children. Taxes 1.78 Mills on assessed' valuation of $128.211.1"00IIit.3n! .
Osceola county were 3 east Kissimmee on Hours for Grades 7 & 8 at Os- Railroad and Telegraph License .._..... _._._. .-,._ .-t_ 260.00
ELKS ENTERTAIN today not to overlook the Au- Highway 441. State Racing ..._._____.... _._.--..-- ;53,080.00

TEACHERS -The Kissimmee Elks Lodge entertained the gust 30 deadline for returning ceola Junior High School will be Insurance Agents County License: Tax >....._.. ..._..__.-.._- 300.00
faculty of the Kissimmee schools and their mates or dates with a "Back To School" 8:00 A.M. to 3:00 .P.M. Grades Contributions to Mosquito Control-State fib. 1 _._..._ 16.000.00
their ASC election ballots to the
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Ninth Graders Must Contributions to Mosquito Control-State No. :2 6.407.00
fl dance Saturday night. Shown below is Jack White standing the exalted ruler wel- ASCS county office. 9-12 at Osceola High School will Hosplal Aid to Indigent ..........:.. __._. _.. ._ ....... .__ 3,196.43Tax
go to school from 8:10 A.M. to Redemptions ..___.._...... _m_.. ... .. '_"._._w.--.. 50.00
coming a few of the teachers left to right Don Rinkus Darrell Morton George Clyde E. Story county office Have SS NumbersIn Sale Delinquent Lands .... ..._....... .._ .__.____..._ 100.00.
Nichols and Tom Evans. Photo manager for the Agricultural Stabilization 2:55 P.M.Patrol. Tax Deed Surplus ............'... .... ._...... .. ...._..w_._._ 100.00
( by Hamrick) the fall of 1963 for the Candidates Filing Fees ..._.___.. ..... ...._.._ .W.wr.. .-. S.OCO.OO
and Conservation County Occupational Licenses ._....._ ._._......__....._.. --r 2.203.00
I Committee urged every eligi--first time. ninth grade students. Car Hit Beverag Licenses ..._._....._... .__..... ._..._...._ ..._,...... ....... s.9.atD
Beckons who will be taking part In the Excess Fees-Tax AssessorExcess .... "" ---. 100.CO
Kickoff College ble ASC voter to mark his ballot Last WeekendEven Fee* -Tax Collector ..=::=::::: :: ..:: =: :. -- -- ....... 14,00000
Supper and mail or return it in person Ninth Grade State-wide Testing Excess Fees-Clerk Circuit Court .. ....._.. .._. ._._.......__ 5,000.00
I' Area Students promptly. "It. is the privilege and Program will be required to the state trooper's patrol Excess Fees-County Judge ..._......._.. .._ ...___._ 1.S60.00
Grants and Donations for Mcsqulto' Control ._.... ....1-- ...tar.ooSal
duty of every farmer and rancher have Social Security numbers, cars are not immune from being of Property .............._.............. .....__.._..._..;... .....-.- 590.00
To Launch Season I More than 20 June graduates in the choose who and to enter these numbers on Other Ncn-Revenue Receipts .... .. ....,._..... .. ._ .........___ 1. .00
: ..of Osceola High School are heading county to hit.Last Miscellaneous Reimbursement _. .._. .. _...... _..........__..- 2.000.00
toward college and other he wishes to represent him on the test along with other identi- weekend Trooper Ed Pen- Federal Government-Civil Defense ..._. .. . . ........!........ ... 3.TM.OO

I The Osceola High School Ath- As an added attraction, the .1 the ASC county committee", he fying data. Social Security num- nington was investigating an ac- .. ...... _..... ..___...
I higher education, a tabulation Total Estimated Receipts ........ ......._._. ......_. . a89.5n.19!
letic Association's annual Kickoff Future Farmers of America bers will take the place of the cident one-half mile north of the 95% of tlmated' Receipts .......... ... ...._...__............. ....-...-- 351.080.81
Supper will be held at the Livestock string band will provide some indicated.Scheduled to attend the University said.The ASC county committee to assigned student number which city limits, when C. B. Green, Balances to be Brought Forward:: Cash _.. ... .. -'-...-.- 18.000.00e.ooo.oo

be elected consists of three used formerly.The who was headed south on high- ... .. ..._..
Pavilion on Friday, Sep- background music. of Florida regular was Total Estimated Receipts and Balances _.. .... _.- -080.81
eember 6th from 630730. This Tickets for the supper are at I are Hampton and two alternate members.The Ninth Grade StatewideTest way 17-92 lost control of his ve- ESTIMATED F .
Mike Suldo and
OSC
year a chicken bar-b-que supper the nominal charge of $1.50 per Sessions. Larry committee has important re- will be administered to hicle and skidded across three THE GENERAL FISCAL YEAR FUND END MBER. 30. 1984
FOR
with all the will be from I Whaley. sponsibilities in the administrationof Ninth Grade Osceola High School lanes to strike the patrol car. Salary County Commissioners .... .... __._. .._.._._..____.._ 11.60.ooSalarY
trimmings plate and can be obtained Candidates for Florida State Clerk and Auditor ._._ ....._......._. '. ._____
served. any Athletic Association memberor such national farm programsas students beginning September 18, There were no injuries re- Salary Supervisor of Registration' w................. .___: .... -- 4.800.00
The Kowboy coach Jack Year- University include Janet Digges, the agricultural conservation ported. Other Administrative Salaries .. ._. ._..______ -..._ 3300.00
at the Broadway Pharmacy.
wood will introduce the promising Bill Stephens, Jr., Ed Fennell program and Price Support and 1963.Ninth Grade students who do Tax Tax Collector Assessor .. .: .:..::':.-.':::::::::::::::::::=:: ::=::::.-.:.:...--= 28.94.500.00 000.00:

1963 The cheer lead- James Wells, Patsy Thacker, Joe AcreageAllotment Program at not presently have a Social Se- Cancer Inquests and Coroner's- Fees .., .__.__..... ..__._..._......._ 1.000.00
squad. Woodward and Bruce Whitewolf. Dressing of Court House ......_. __. _.. --. ._--- 20.x.00
ers will also be there to lead 10 Continued from 1) the county level. curity Number should, immediately Rent Maintenance of Administrative OfficesElections .._......._.. _._ .. ._....._..-.- 1.000.00
( page The University of South Flor- Other duties are also assignedto Sessions To StartThe .. .. 1.500.00
some pre-season cheers. acquire an application "" ====:::= : :
ida appears to be beckoning Secre- and Expenses :::::_:== 1.000.00
Floyd Sheppard, President of Heimburg. the committee by the blank at the U.S. Post Office, first Cancer Dressing work Legal Advertising Delinquent Taxes ..._...-. ..-. ._..-.--.---. .- .. 1.000.00
Highlands Elementary-George Vivian Beltz, Judy Roahrich, tary of Agriculture as the need all information Advertising and Expenses ..... .--...-:.. 7.9UO.DO.
Athletic Association complete required Administrative Supplies ---
the urges Carlie Thiess, Tom Beilman and arises. session of the' season will be and Expenses ... .... ........_._ ; -..--.--. 18,000.00:
Nichols Mrs. Barbara Supplies
everyone, young or old, who is Kessler. and man to: Social Security held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, September of Juvenile Ju ge; Counsellors etc. .:...-_. -.....-... 3.800.00
in our athletic and Miss Billie Q. Walker. Kirk Anders. Story stated that in view of the Field Office. Orlando. Florida. Salaries Salaries of Judges and Secretaries ..-........ .., ..,..---.-:.-.-..w 7.500.00
interested
program I Kissimmee High SchoolMiss Joining others from Kissimmeeat vital role the ASC county com- allow 10th at the Orange Gar Health Unit .... .-.-............-...-..... ..". ...- ..- .-; 14.800.00: :
to come out and meet Each applicant should at dens Community building. : .:: .7: ::::::: 1.000.00

these boys and enjoy a good Priscilla Chester and Miss Helen Troy State (Ala.) College are mittee plays in the agricultural least twelve days for the application All workers are urged to come General Insanity! Welfare Inquiries........-...-....--....- -.- ..--......--.... ...-......-.--- 30.000.00
Babe Grissom. Bill Stanko and affairs of the county it is most for Indigent ............. ; ... -.--...- 1b.000.00
kickoff supper with them. I Griffin. to be processed. out for this opening meeting. Hospital Service Officers and Welfare-vt"iryCounty W .... ........._......._._ 7,30000T573.00
: Many of the new teachers tour- Allen Whitson. important to each and every Defense Service .... .. -................. .._. .....
ed such places as Esper Pro David Hinckley is expected to fanner and rancher to see that Civil Mosquito Control ... :_ ::.=:::=. :::=.. ....._.. ......:.-:: ::...' 58.84.00: :
: : ::: ._.. .. 12.340.00
George A. BrierySuccumbed ducts. Ritter Plastics, Cody Publications attend David Lipscomb College, the best qualified men are electedto Agriculture .. _: .-._.._.. .:: -. ... ... . e.600.00

I Florida 1 Telephone Nashville; and Abraham Baldwin serve. The farmercommitteesystem THE _
!
) SundayGeorge Corp., Herzberg's Saddle Shop Agricultural College will be the of administration of the Florida Board of Forestry .........__...__._._._.-..._ 1. .
and the City utility. They were home of Gary Suhl and Ronald Federal farm programs is one of FARM: County Planning Commission .__..__.._....,J._... _.-_-..-_ ie.oo3.oo
Abbott Briery. 72, died the of democracyin
Sunday night. also guests of the Rotary dub Story. best examples Total Appropriations ... ...... .. ._ ....-...---........ ._-..._.... SU.mW
He Kiwanis Club, and city at dinner Judy Guynn is planning on action and every eligible farmer r : FRONT Reserve for Contingencies- .- -_-....-......_-_..--.... .._- : _
was a veteran of World
attending Marsh Business College or rancher voter is urged to .
War I, a member of the Kissim- meetings.Mr in election. Total Budget .... .-. .. 368.080.81
Atlanta, and also studying participate the ESTIMATE OF""REVENUES" AND.r R LA.CO.
mee All States Tourist Club music at the Agnes Scott College Ballots were mailed to all eligi- BY DOYLE CONNER FINE AND FORFEI E

Brotherhood of, Railway Clerks, ; and Mrs. Lamar Pace of there. ble ASC voters on record at the '- COMMISSIONERFLORIDA FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING ;PTEMBER 30. 1964

Kissimmee Barracks No. 1068, ASCS county office on August 20th Taxes ESTIMATE.33 Mills OF RECEIPTS assessed: Valuation of S123.2a3.lfiS.00! ...____ 40..115

.Veterans of Wqrldyar: I. : He Longwood announce the birth of and the .county pffice DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREbe State Racing .....on........._._ .. . ._.-.......... . 47,000.00
retired! twin daughters- August 22nd.< I t Jewell Myers and Andy y Rote manager >I Tax Redemptions ... : ::=.: =.::::: = .... ._. __= :.00
was a chief clerk of voterto '
again urged every eligible ....
Fines and Forfeitures t......:... : .
'Main Central Railroad. They have been named Caro- leave this.week for an extended mark and return his ballot Screwworms are giving Southwest I note that current reports in- Fees for Sheriff ...._....._._....._.__..... .. .;8.00
line Bearden and. Kathleen Mil --
There are no known survivors. tour up the East Coast to Canada prior to the August 30 deadline. eradication officials a rougt: dicate the broiler industry is Total Estimated Receipts ......__ .. ._ ...:..._-_ 1M,66
Funeral services in the charge I ler. Mrs. Pace is the former Kay and back through the Blue Ridge Complete details on the election time. The pesky insects in thai t: headed for some mighty rougI: 95% of Estimated Receipts' ......._......... ... ..........-...-....-.._- IM.sm.47
of Mr. and ..... .._........ 30.000.00
Bearden daughter be Forward Cash
Mountains. They plan to gone ] Balances to be Brought : -
of. the Riedel Funeral Home will procedures can be obtained at part of the U.S. are displaying E l going in 1964. Severe financial

announced later. Mrs. Albert Bearden. about a month. the ASCS county office located at vitality far in excess of thai. losses are being predicted fox.,1 Total Estimated Receipts' and Balances, "- 214.777.07

shown by the breed in Florida. some producers if the heavy build FINE AND FORFEITURE ESTIM: .TED PP(P. COUNTY O

and the Southeast.For in placements continues.In FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 30. 1964.
instance in up there seems Salary Prosecuting Attorney .._......___.... ..............._ .-, --- ... 3.600.00
surveys preliminary the meantime, .. .. ... _._
Salary Sheriff. Deputies and Assistants .... .. ... ._ __ 80.7W.OO
to our Florida eradica- to be no indication the big "chicken Clerk of the Circuit Court .. ..._ ...........__.... ...._...._.. ....___ U.500.00
tion in 1958-59, it ; between the U.S. and Justice of the Peace _._... ..._...._....__................._-.r _ :28.000.00
WE'RE HAVING A. program .. en hassle" Constables .. _._ .._.._..._...__._._.___,__._.._..... ._..:;:...__. 8.OSO.OO
found that the screwworm fl> the European Common Market is Witness' and Jurors Fees _-_._._....._.___.. _..._......._..__ 1.500.00
could travel about 5 miles a day, be settled in a mannerto Other Court Costs and Fees ?___.___....._._____ 6.098.66
likely to Sheriffs Expenses other than Salaries ....._.....:..-.. ...___ 47.221.44
or 35 miles a week, under its give American poultry a fair Investigations ............._._..__...__...._..--w.:._.._--.,- .. 996.00
own power. That range indicatedits shake in the West German and Equipment ..._......_.........._.... _. 7,831.983BQ.TiC.00

ability to spread quite rapidlyif neighboring markets. Total Appropriations ..._ ...._.._._.__...._...,.... ,......... 196,406.64
control measures weren't in effect France is reported to be expanding Reserve for Contingencies: .

to confine it within a re. its poultry output and County ...__......_......_?...____......--._. .. 1S.1II8.10
PARTY at McCRORY'SFRIDAY stricted area.However hopes to cash in on a rising de- Sheriff _._..___._._.._ .__..._ .__-..........._ 1J.G84.1J

surveys in Texas have mand among its Common Market Total Budget .._....._, -_._ 214,m.tn
shown the flies can move as; partners. ESTIMATE OF REVENUES,A D RI! .t LA COUNTY
much as 185 miles a week up I While there's increasing talk of ROAD AND BRI ;:
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR FIND 30 1964.
some of the valleys and river tariff retaliations: by the U.S. with ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS:

beds. This has posed a problemof European indUS- Taxes no Mills on assessed valuation of f----- .........._. ..
to
some
respect Gasoline Tax-20% of 7th Cent __.._._. __...._. ...... w........ 8'T.OOO.OO
how far to extend the "bar- trial products, I'm inclined to be- Gasoline and Motor Fuel Tax-County Sttrptos __ _..1"'000.00

rier" on either side of the Mexican lieve more sober consideration of. Motor Fuel Tax 20% of 7th Cent ...____._..._.... ,.........,...... 2.0 ..oo
:? NIGHT FROM Sale of Scrap ... ..._..._____ _.___ \ 1 4EIO..OO
border once eradication has what such a course would meanwill Other Non-Revenue Receipt. ..._...__ 1I O.00
been accomplished on the American . result in resolving: the present I Miscellaneous Reimbursements ..._. _.... .,.......... 200.00

side.It difficulties in a manner that Total Estimated Receipts ...... _. _..._.. _....._._.... ....,.......... 1'19..00
is expected the barrier will. will avoid start of a trade war.!
\'\} where sterile flies must 95% of Estimated Receipts ......._....__.. -. ..- __--=..__ 1".711.00
a zone Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash ..._.__. ..._ .... .O .OO
be dispersed permanently to pre- I note that quiet progress is

vent the migration of native flies being made in efforts to develop Total Estimated Receipts and Bala'.. ..,..... 320.715.OQESTIMATED
.
from Mexico into U.S. territory.In practical methods of atomic food ROAD AND BRIDGE cc&nn'T:
j 6to8-P M. the meantime, capacity of FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDl 38. 1964.
preservation.This
I County Road Supervisor and Assistant .. _..___ ...l00Surveyor
the rearing and sterilizing plantat could be important to our ...__. .......r.--... 6
Mission, Texas, has been pushed .citrus industry because radioactive Free Labor .. .=:==== .._. .. ._ _..... ..... ...... ...._.- 75.565.0
Equipment ._..._ ... .. 1.x 03
up to about 130 million flies I isotopes may be used to keep Gas and Oil := :=:::====-.::' -:_==::,-==== 141(190.00

...> a week. That's nearly double the for instance, fresh for a OtherSuppllf'S.. .....-- ___...__._...._._.___.__. ..,,.,...... 10.000.00
i oranges emit- Road and Bridge Material ..__...._._ __'". .._ . _.. .... __.__ a.q.twJ
peak output of the big plant ai longer period. It is the rays Road Right of Way. _..__. _.. ... __._.._.._... 5.000.00
Sebring during the Florida pro ted, by whatever radioactive ma- Expenses for Procuring Right .f Way ....._ ..____.___w.. .-.00
do the Relief Allowances _ __. .....' ._._.....____._ II9O.DO
FREE COKES AND COFFEE gram.It job terial of may inhibiting be used those, that factors New Machinery' ..".. .___._.__'..'.._.. .'_...'._.... .___r------44.660.0, _

seems that insect pests, like deterioration of per- Total ...._. .. .. ..,- ..__:"-- ..__."' .
which cause Approprtatlonl'r=... _.._..... .... .. '_".': .'__'.._ a.oGD 00
the poor 1 re always with us. Nc ishable products. Thus, there is !

sooner is oie brought under control no danger of contamination of Total Budget __ -_.,..__......... y .
ESTIMATE OFR AN!) COUNTY
than gather pops up. foods because there is no direct CAPITAL V .

Latest reports indicate the alfalfa contact of food and radioactive FOR THE FISCAL Y R 30. 1tM.

AND THE weevil, which has a foothold material.In ESTIMATE Taxes no mills OF on RECEIPTS assessed ":valuation at 1SaJ ---- .. ...,....__
4:: / west of Texa and north of Oklahoma other words, food products of Revenue' Certificates _. _.._.. __ .._..,...-..__ 2IO.oeo.00!

has ben found in Missis- treated by such a method should Total Estimated' Receipts .h._ _. .._. ._.... '...... ..___... ajAflSUB297.9dD.00
sippi, Arkansas and New Hamp- be perfectly safe for consumption. 95% of Estimated' Receipts ... _' ._ . .... ._!. _..._....
shire. Naturally, the Federal Food &: Total Estimated Receipts EST1MA aDd *: ... ,. ._-... 29T9SLO1MB

So far it hu 1"t spread into the Drug AdmInIstration probably will CAPITAL OUTLAY RS&ERV&; COUHTT
North Central tales where mostof method of FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 38. )984.
SAVINGS WILL BE YOURS have to approve any Other Administrative BuHdtftgs (Anne) . ...._ .__..__--.. _.. 106000
the U.S. aLalfa is produced. atomic preservation. Court House-Repairs ...__. ....____ .?...._...._ ...._._.._..._ J5.OeO.! 00
If it does, they'll be trouble. Commissions and Expense Architect) ... ._...__._ !.._ 11.53009
into Commissions and Expenses (Fiscal Agent) ......__..__..__ xmco
When it got Georgia it cut '

the alfalfa crop there by half. LEGAL NOTICES Total Appropriations __ ... r...._ . _. _.- -:- 2SL100
Reserves for Contingencies _.._. ..._ ._ . ...... . 3.76000
NOTICE OF IXTKNTIOX TO

Researchers are constantly lAKE FINAL DISCHARGEIN Total Budget -_..... ......._ 27.50.0"0ESTIMATE
COME ON AND JOIN THE FUN AND pressing for new methods of in-,. COURT.THE OSCEOLA COUNTY COUNTY.JUDGE'S F. REVENUES D INTEREST 1 iDO"

sect control and eradication. Their FLORIDAIN FOR YEAR 361 3964.
RE ESTATE OF ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS
discoveries are especially important :
KATHERINE HOSTETLER. Taxes .24 Mills on assessed valuation of S11L.296.1M 00 _._. 29.33656
in view of the current furor Deceased ;
ENJOY McCRORY'S ----
ONCE A YEAR 'environmental hazards" TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- Total Estimated Receipts _.. .. . .. ._. .. -.---:.-.
over CERN: 95% of Estimated Receipts .._no-. '-. -. .""...._' ............... ... Ri
due to contamination from the use Notice Is hereby given that Edith Balances to be Brought Forward: Caa.; r" _.___ _____
Hosteller has filed her final return
of various poisonous chemicals."Sonic -
as executrix of the estate of Total Estimated Receipts and BaiaAae ... '493379
.
FUNFEST control" is the newest .
FOR EVERYONE.McCRORY'S. Katherine Hosteller deceased; that 13TIHATEe"D .'
idea to engage the attention oi the has filed petition for final discharge BOND INTEREST AND SINJTl COUlCTT
and that she will apply to FOR THE FISCAL YEAR J1IfI] 3D. 3964.
research entomologists. The} O. P. Johnson Interest m Funded Indebtedness .. . .... -' -' ....- -__ -_..
think it may be possible to "jam"the County Judge of Osceola County. Commissions and Expenses _, __-h' .. .-._..-. ... ....... 11.11
waVes emitted Florida on the 23rd day of September. Principal ct funded' Indebtedness 1J ..._. .._..._.. ........- ..
sound by some 1963 for approval of sam and Sinking Fund __ ...___._.""'!' _. .. _....._.....,.....
female insects to attract the for as executrix of -

the estatedischarge Hostetler.deceased. Total Appropriations .-__..__ ........._. -..r..__... 4R90a.! .
males.If Reserve for Contingencies u___. _.......... .......-....--....- 40f.,.I
the mating call isn't heard This 19th day of August, A.D. -

the males won't be able to find 1963. Hostetler 1otaJoll.dgsttifl.eb ' 'M
'1/ Edith that the l
given
mates. It's another angle for preventing Edith Hostetler of Osceola County. Ff i1ta. will meat i..i.-1fl& AilaS .
Executrix of the estate of .. lie ....
reproduction of a species September 9th. A.D. 1963 at which
Hosteller.
INKISSIMMEE Katherine .
aloe ed and acted
and thus eventually wipe out the deceased upon.
Jr. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMMttONBM
population, or at least reduce it Murray Attorney W.for Overslreet executrixP.O. SEAL) 61iM

to manageable proportions. Box 433 laid
KI lmrDee. Florida 916.
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6 The Kltsinvnee Gazette Klssknmee. Fla.. Thors- August 29, 1963Minimum

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

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L FOR RENT: Lovely Apartments. I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S

ARTICLES I I Furnished. 320 Hughey St. I REALTORAMA I Real EstateTransactions COURT STATE OSCEOLA IN OF AND COUNTY.FLORIDAIN FOR $TOVI$- URJOIU'<)U I ('nIl. ,


FOR SALE FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed- RE: ESTATE OF USED Co.
I 1 WILLIAM ADAM MARTIN. Parks Furniture!
room garage apartment. Electric

t Kitchen and garage. One ;i Young and Older Ralph 1*. Cooper and wife to NOTICE Deceased.TO CREDITORSTO Hwell.FURNITURE For Pro..,..'...Yew
John H. Miller and wife. West- ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES Thurmond
BARGAIN BARN child. 8473819. Enjoy Living In chester. 1100. DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL : LH1JGERATORph.
Grabs le; Zippers 3.; T* thBrhe D\i.. Scott and wife and PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR I 1015 Wed Church ORLANDO .... M74171Christian
7e I Ear B.b. Sc; 8hesS7e FOR RENT: three room apartment I' Howard W. Alexander to Marcelyn DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE -
; Seeks m FUJ w. '7to; M. Alexander, Columbus. Ohio. : I
Skirts tl; Paa t. $1; DreMec I furnished. Upstairs. Sep- ORANGE GARDENS ujI minimum stamps. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are I Fl.w.r* For AH Occasions
.*IM; Bac. lie; N7'... He; arate entrance. Audits only. 408 Robert E. Schnell to John C. hereby notified and required to I
Hftftkit Sc Paatiec 15e Belt. I and claims which you. or T Science
; ; i aaAa w Beasley wife Eau Genie present any
Iftc; CaIN Ue; Spread ".60;, I S. Clyde Ave. 2500. either of you. may have against ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST
Hair Net W; T-8Mrts He: i i The Prettiest Community Eden on the Lakes Inc. to Harry he estate of William Adam Martin Society
Nearly Everybody Trade at The FOR RENT-6 boom unfurnished I j Tzeses. St. cloud $2,330. deceased late of Beaver !.(. S.4. Site .( fraekl.ath
Barrai Ban Gene t* Sibert I I I In Kissimmee Harry Tzeses to Isaac J. PrItch- County. State of Pennsylvania .\ ...
house. 8 Brack Street Call 847- H p
Mill Wareh. *e la Daveaport, { and and wife South Hartford with the County Judge of Osceola tOe X. HJiHdolph$4M
I lIuDe4 I&tel 7. FelUw the !(*. I 3702 after 6 N Y.. at Kissimmee. Florida. 25 ROADWAY M7-4S11
$700. County.
p.m. ;, . . .
BARGAIN BARN. ; 2 BR . screened porch . terrazzo floors . refrigerator Jerry Brown and wife to Walter within six calendar months from CT fervktt 11 ass.s -

Open Week Day Aad Kinday*. .! FOR RENT: Two room apart-i electric range . 2 air conditioners. L$3,000O.Thompklns and wife. Sorrento. the this date notice.of the Each first claim publication or demand of L .., ***.* . . . **O as.GREEN'S .

apartment Airconditioned Clean, attractive, excellent E. McMullen and wife to Edward must be In writing and must state LEARN BARBERING
BOAT FOR SALE-l6' fibre- Morefield opposite 1 d OHO C. McMullen and wife. Mer- the place of residence of the I
Building ] condition_ B> JL 9 Itt Island. $250. claimant and be sworn to by Insane Year fatar !. a
glass, offshore type, wide. postoffice. Also furnished F. H. Thurmond Jr. and wife Claimant his agent or attorney.or well-payiag pr.fessi.a FUEL
deep safe. Side curtains back- house and and Lester E. Larson and wife to the same will become void according Day a Night Cweer
garage apartment.II' Beautiful lot with trees . 2 Br. . electric range Francis W. Murray and wife, KlsImmee. to law V.A. Approved
.drop. New convertible top and 606 Emmett. $6,000. This 9th day of August. 1963. Orlando Barber College Sales and Service
new battery. 35 HP electric refrigerator, air conditioned . pantry . utility Eddie Demons to Billy K. Evans sMary Oberg Martin 3399 s. Orange Blossom Tr.

starting Evinrude and trailer. FOR RENT-Furnished apartment room. . carport. . APO Eugene 46. New J. Hetherington York. $800. and wife Mary Domiciliary Oberg Martin Executrix of GA WI78 PIIONI U7-4172 47-4171
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847-4261 after 5 p.m. or Sat reasonable rent. Call 847- awnings_______________..$ to George E. Beauchamp and wife estate of William Adam KISS1MMH
$8,800. Martin deceased
Kissimmee.
3013 after 5 m. or contact
urday. p. I Jane A. Donovan to W Floyd sl Phillip R. Kelley SAND ROCK
Mrs. Jane Stanko, 203 South BR Florida electric Darby and w1f St Cloud. $8.:OO. Phillip R. Kelley For Gas Delivery: Phone
: 1 2 . room .
KEROSENE FUEL OIL-PHIl Clyde Avenue. or range, re Granvllle Stebelton to Harold E. P.O. BOX 331, Kissimmee. Fla. MORTAR MIX Harold Wigd 847-2058

HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. I frigerator. Easy housekeeping steps. Stebelton.stamPs. Amanda. Ohio minimum Attorney August for 15. Executrix 22. 29. Sept.- 5. 1963 STEEL & WIRE MESH R. A. Fletcher 847-4539

OSCEOLA OIL CO. mo Extra storage space._______' _________.np-M UU 892-7695 Kenneth[Medto St. cloud]
NOTICES
NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941. LOST ANDFOUND LEGAL
i FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS For Gas Service: Phone
- I IN THE COURT"OF'THE COUNTY NAME LAW 71tAIQ J. 8. Rounk.. 847-4062
JUDGE. 0 S CEO L A COUNTY, TO ALL WHOM IT / Robert Allen
I FLORIDA. MAY CONCERN:
FOR RENTIF J INC. NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Emory Branson 847-4570

Beautiful German RE THE ESTATE OF ) that pursuant to the Fictitious Leo GirOU 847-2061
FOUND LILLIAN ST. CLAIR, ) Name Statute" Section 865.09 of R. H. Hall 8921212.St. Cloudor

CARPETS LOOK DULL and Shepherd dog. Owner may 2 Broadway Kissimmee kLILLJE ST. CLAIR ) the 1941 Florida Statutes, the undersigned call H. T. Simmons,Mar.
847-2084. and akaIRS.. C. E. ST. ) who are the only par-
drear, remove the spots as claim by identifying. 847-3156 847-3157 CLAIR Deceased. ) ties Interested in the hereinafter KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX 847-4819
) named business enterprise will pre-
they appear with Blue Lustre. FOUND-One fly-rod and reel To all Creditors. Legatees. DIs- sent proof of publication of this Robert O Berry 847-3219
Rent electric shampooer $1.00. outfit. Come in identify and rlbutees. and all Persons having Notice and register with the Clerkof c. G. Tyner 8 1- 481
the Circuit Court of Osceola John Evans, St. Cloud 892.3482
Claims Demands said !
or against
Parks Furniture Company. Executive wants 2 bedroom fur- Phone: 847-3524
pay for this ad if its yours. Estate: County Florida the fictitious name
Makinson nished or semi-furnished home. Sales You and each of you are hereby "Credit Bureau Kissimmee. St. I +
FOR RENT-Two houses, 2 bed- Telephone 847-2806. Taxi notified and required to present Cloud and Osceola County." under
Hardware."I claims which which they are engaged In businessat I
rooms each, screened porches any you. or either of I
SEKVICI
I you. may have against the estateof McCrory Bldg.. Kissimmee. Os Radio and SALES ,
nice shade. Reasonable rates. !1 Lillian St. Clair deceased late ceola County Florida this 2nd
No pets. 1-mlles south of WANTEDCASH I REAL i 1 Collections3o,749.94 of Osceola County Florida to the day of August A. D. 1963. : ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
ESTATEGOOD MR. LOUIS P. BECK.
County Judge of said County at
Post Office. Phone 847-3527 orl his office In the Court House atKisslmmee Aug. 8. .15, 22 29. 1963 T V COMTtm MOM FUtNBHWCS

847-3628. Florida. within six
IN PAYING six percent real $ months from the date of the first NOTICE OF INTENTION TMAKE i PARKS y'R"'TuREaco.' .
publication of this Notice. Each APPLICATION FOR
APARTMENTS FOR RENT J9. On the big Fall and Christmas
estate contracts to deed large claim or demand must be In writing FINAL DISCHARGEIN t
$11, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul Selling season. Represent Avonin discounts Safe investment. Sales tax collected in Osce- and must state the place of THE COURT OF THE COUNTY i _

Davis, 114 Emmett Street. your Neighborhood. Write Eddie demons. 847-2380. Sell- ola County in July totaled residence be sworn of to the by claimant the claimant and must his FLORIDA.In JUDGE. OSCEOLA. COUNTY

Avon Manager, P. O. 2427, ing out. leaving Kissimmee. 30749.94 as compared with agent or attorney or the same will RE ESTATE OF I
Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer become void NORRIS CLEANERS
Vero Beach Fla. 33687.70 collected in June according to law. FAY MORSE-IN PROBATE.TO .
apartments with lake and shuf- FOR SALE-Extra Large Trailer This the 21st day of August. ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
and with 31725.92 collected :
fleboard. By week, month or Park-Subdivision-600 lots In July, 1962.Gasoline 963.sPHILLIP R. KELLEY Notice Is hereby given that P. 1 NORRIS CLEANERS WILL CLOSE FOR VACATION
year. Capitol Motel St. Quid near town. Choice location. Executor of the Estate of Kenneth Morse has filed his final
tax collected in Lillian St. Cain deceased. report as Ancillary Executor of the
Hwy. 441. RANCHLAND Your best buy. Eddie demons, July according to Ray E. Phillip R. Kelley Estate of Fay Morse, deceased'; i I AUGUST .3rd TO SEPTEMBER 2nd.KISSIMMEE'S .
Attorney that he has filed petition for final ,
Route 5 Box 391 Kissimmee.BE .
FOR RENT Close-in-private Green, state comptroller, P. O. Box 331 discharge and that he will apply I
Kissimmee. Florida to the Honorable O. P. Johnson.
entrance -" sittingroomtwinbedroom WISE-Grab this. Why wait? amounted to 5099097. This Aug. 29, Sept. 5. 12. 19, 1963 County Judge of Osceola County. ; FINEST

and bath share WANTED: Responsibleparty 13 lots-2 houses-orange. compares with $50,940.12 collected Florida, on the 3rd day of :
grove :rfr
847-441
in June, and with $49 NOTICE TO DEFEND 1963. for approval of same 103 East Dakln Telephone
kitchen or board optional. wants to lease from near lakeKissimmee's Best. ] IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF final discharge as Ancillary Executor -I
118 South Beaumont. 847-4011 Choice Location. 1650000. 527.52 a year ago. THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN of the Estate. of. Fay Morse.
approx. 1,500 to 5,000 AND FOR COUNTY OF 0s- deceased.
There 728,441 gallons
Terms. Eddie demons Tropi- were : CEOLA. STATE OF FLORIDA. IN This 29th day of July, 1963. ': I
land for hunting
FOR QUALITY COMMERCIAL acres of ; : cal Park. 847-2380. sold in July. I CHANCERY. JOHN LOGSDON. /s/ P. KENNETH MORSE. 4 I

PRINTING call the Gazette office rights. Reply: to Rt. 5 _. Of.the, gasoline.tax monies Plaintiff X>N. Defendant.vs FLORENCE NOTICE'TO LOGS-DE the Ancillary Estate Executor of of '

847-2881. Free estimateson Box 304A, Kissimmee, FOR SALE: Three bedroom collected $52,403,07 went to FEND. The State or'Florida to FAY MORSE, deceased. I R THROCKSEPTIC

aH types of job printing at Florida. house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x the county's secondary road I I son FLORENCE Sexton, RoRNo.1.LOGSDON,, Oregonia.c/o Wil- Attorneys Brinson &at McWhirter Law ; !

reasonable prices. 300. Air conditioned. Priced to fund, $5,083.10 for the use of: Ohio. You are hereby notified thata Kifslmmce. Florida I i

I sell. Contact Betty Eby 847- the county commission and suit In equity for divorce has Aug. 8. 15. 22. 29. 1963 I i
been brought against you by JOHN : I
2881 or 847-4266. $20,332.39 for use of the LOGSDON In the Circuit Court of IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S TANK CO
I the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and ;
state highway department.
IN AND
FOR SALE Building lots In for County of Osceola. State of COURT OL A COUNTY FOR ,
Florida, and
Johnson Park replat with all you are hereby summoned STATE OF FLORIDA
ordered
4GS improvements. FHA approved. Winn-Dixie rile your written and answer required or de-to WILLIAM IN RE: ESTATE ADAM OF MARTIN. Culvert Tile for Driveways
lenses to the Complaint filed hereIn
$1,500 each. 1-15 lots. See Deceased.
against you In the above entitled NOTICE TO CREDITOBS Septic Tanks-a size for every need.
Charles B. Gonyo 1405 Em- Gives Bonuses cause, in the office of the Clerk TO ALL

mett Street Phone 8473949. Employees of Winn-Dixie Osceola of the County Circuit, Court Florida,in at and his for of- TEES PERSONS, DISTRIBUTEES.HAVING CREDITORS.AND LEGA ALL Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps

and Kwik Chek Food Stores ficein the Court House In KIssim- DEMANDS CLAIMS OR
AGAINST
FOR QUALITY COMMERCIAL SAID ESTATE -
mee. Florida on or before the 30th
have received $1,086,022 In :
PRINTING call the Gazette of day of September, A.D. 1963, and YOU AND EACH OF YOU 15 Years
profit bonuses to serve are Experience
sharing a
of
according copy such
answer or hereby notified and
fice 8472881. Free estimateson required to
as i defenses
n
upon Thacker
to an announcement and Thack- present any claims which K. C. ROTHROCK
or and
you.
an types of job printing at er. Plaintiffs' attorneys herein either of owner operator
you. have .
may against
REFRIGERATIONhrModern reasonable; prices.IT bv J. Wertz Nease. vice presi- whose address Is Box 527 Kissim the estate of William Adam Mar- .
dent and divisional manaeer date mee. Florida on or before said tin, deceased late of Beaver

PAYS TO ADVERTISEIN of the fInn's Jacksonville di all[ to as do required so, a Decree by law.Pro If Con-you with County.the State of Pennsylvania,
County Judge of Osceola
silent refrigeration Is THE GAZETTE vision. Although the compa for fesso the will relief be entered against you County, at Kissimmee. Florida Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.
demanded
Eervel Gas In
tops refrigerationis nys profit sharing plan has Complaint. the within six calendar months from
absolutely silent . lasts the date of the first publication of
been In effect since 1946 this WITNESS my hand as Clerk: of this notice. Each
claim or demand
longer (no moving parts) . said Circuit Court of Osceola
automatic ice-maker with no i marks the first time cash distribution -I Florida and the seal of County. said- the must place be In writing of and must state
residence of the PHONE
mussy fussy ice trays . constant 1IirP7t has topped the one I Court at Kissimmee Osceola Coun- claimant and be sworn to by : 847-3524
ol Gas ty. Florida, on the 27th day of 'Claimant his
ire
refriger agent -
supply million dollar mark. August A.D., 1963 or attorney
ation provides service in or the same will become void according
any
/GLENN
The distribution of funds I RAY to law.
weathrr . 10-year Clerk
warranty.GREEN'S of the
Circuit
Court.
This
'" was made to 4,677 eligible em- : Osceola 9th day of u Martin 1963.
County
Florida
'--- */
--- Mary Oberg
ployees of the Winn-Dixie Em ,:1 THACKER(SEAL) AND Mary Oberg Martin STEEL SALESANY

ployees' Profit Sharing Pro i Attorneys for Plaintiff THACKER Ancillary Executrix of
estate of William
Adam
gram. Employees become eligible P.O. Box 527 Kissimmee. Fla. Martin deceased DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
August 29. Sept. 5. 12. 19. 1963 -
to participate In the program I / Phillip RTKelley
Phillip R. Kelley
FUEL after completing five IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE P.O. Box 331, Kissimmee.' Fla. Competitively Priced

i 1i ...; years' service with the com j!NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Attorney for Executrix ,
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OSCE August 22. 29. Sept. 5. 12. 1963IN
..'> . pany. I OLA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS

.... .' . ... Each year, the firm sets I JOSEPH A. CORONER et al. THE COUNTY JUDGE'S -
-.. .. .;:. aside a portion of Its profits! Plaintiffs, widower vs. ALBERT, D. CORDNER. COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. HORSt TXAIURS AND UTILITY TJUUUti
c.-: . .' ,..:. a et al. Defendants.
.
'..'. ..'.... .. '.. ..,: ...\ for distribution to employees SUIT TO QUIET TITLE. NOTICEOF FLORIDA.NO.. BUILT AND REPAIRED
"
#. SUIT. THE
i STATE OF FLORIDA -
PARKS FURNITURE CO. ' ' under the program. A portionof TO': ALBERT D. IN RE: ESTATE OF
. .. .-,,. ..... ..,;..-\"',.. ,. the funds Is paid in cash a widower. 1208 N. 2nd CORONER Street Bismarck AMELIA NOTICE S. KECK. Deceased Ci..,.......... W.U. .f our -AM W tOld c..r.... '-

"See Us For Your Gas Appliances"KISSIMMEE c . ... . ., !....., and the balance credited to N. Dakota; ABEGAIL MAKE APPLICATION OF INTENTION FOR TO
MAIRIE CORDNER
TYLER
:"", ; I and J.
..
ST. CLOUD ,. ,.. : "' individual trust accounts for W. TYLER. her husband. Star TO ALL FINAL DISCHARGE Orian4o Hwy. n*.rtt. U..tMk Marte.

,.... .',. ,. .."',4h....... ., .r. retirement benefits.It Route No.2. River Road. BIs- CERN: WHOM IT MAY CON 1, .x 2Si-A KbaI........

847-4171 892.2011 .. .rt'... ..I....' ..."..."'. .:" .:":;.:[ ,r" I is estimated that an ad- marck.ELIZABETH N. Dakota CORDNER; MADELINE CHILDSand that NOTICE Murray IS W.HEREBY Overstreet.GIVEN Jr.

; ...!..: f }I. ditional $2,000,000 will be allocated band.JAMES 710 2nd L.Street CHILDS.N.W.her. Man-hus- has filed his final return as Executor -

'!(9':'' .. ..,i!: i to participants' retirement dan. N. Dakota; and any and all Keck of deceased the estate of Amelia S. LOU YOUNG, WELDING
that he
; has filed
t accounts for the firm's parties claiming Interests by. petition for final
under discharge and
For Any Of r current fiscal year which closed above throujch.named known or against parties; and the able that O he P.will apply to the Honor- PHONE 847-3898
Johnson.
I June 29. The assets of the any claiming and any all right parties title having or Interest or Osceola County. Florida.County on Judgeof the

I These Services tirment fund held by the In and to the following described 16th day of September. 1963. forapproval
lands located In Osceola of same and for final
trustees County
now are In excess of discharge as Executor of the Estate
II Florida t -wlt: -
: IQ $27,000,000. Participating employees Lots Eleven (11) and Twelve of Amelia S. Keck deceased. OSCEOLA TIRE
-' e New Houses are not required to (12) of Block: Three Hundred This 12th day of August 1963.
Sixteen (316) of the SI MURRAY W OVERSTREET Jr.
Town
of St.
e 1 i contribute any part of their Cloud Florida according to the Murray W. Overstreet Jr.. Executor SERVICE2iI
CommercialStnlchfres Plat of the Town of of the Estate of 1m.
I salary to the retirement fund. St. Cloud. .
.
Amelia S. Keck. deceased. (
Florida. as filed and recorded: In
The profit sharing programIs the office of the Clerk: of the August 15. 22. 29. Sept 5. 1962 Custom Recapping W

I part of the overall env Circuit Court of Osceola County.
e Florida on the 31st day of Au IN THE COURT OF THE
Remodeling i ployee 223 S. BERMUDA
program of Wlnn-Dtd gust A.D. 1909. In Plat Boo"B" COUNTY JUDGE OSCEOLA
INSPECTED which also Include life, health on pages 33 and 34. COUNTY. FLORIDA PHONE 847-2207
e Additions I NOTICE IS HEREBYthat GIVEN No. 5672
and
accident.insurance, sick Plaintiffs Instituted suit NOTICE OF INTENTION TO -
FOR pay stock purchase plan anda < against you In havee above style MAKE APPLICATION FORFINAL -
S Aluminum Court to quiet the title of Plaintiffs DISCHARGEIN
QUALITY college scholarship programfor In and to the above described RE: THE ESTATE OR >

Siding children of employees.The property. and you are hereby summoned MARION H. JOHNS ) H WISE-
60S ordered and required f IN PROBATETO ..
company operates file your written answer or d ALl. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Until you have a claim one Insurance policy is as e AluminumAwnings Winn-Dixie and Kwik Che lenses to the Complaint filed lr< .

good as another. That why we inspect each one we I supermarkets throughout the the above styled cause In the or: NOTICE IS Johns GIVEN ECONOMIZE
THAT Carl A. has filed his
nee of the Clerk: of the drcul
issue for quality and price, making certain you receive I Southeast. Court for the Ninth Judicial Circuit final report as Administrator of 1

full value In a company with a long and hon of Florida, In and for Osceol the Estate of Marlon H Johns deceased 1 Extra QsaHty Week
S Storefront County at his office In the Courthouse : that he has filed petition
orable record for paying claims fairly and promptly. Convicts Released In Kissimmee. Florida. 01 for final discharge, and that he
Marquee or before the 30th day of September vrlll apply to the Honorable O P. r t At Ne Extra Cast
Johnson. County Judge of Osceola
A.D. 1963. and to serve
i
PHONE 8474121LUPFER'S i For New TrialsThe copy thereof on Plaintiffs attor County. Florida. on the 9th day of v
e Estimates ney. whose name and address Is September. 1963 for approval ol 5 -4
set out below Should you tall to same and for final discharge as n. 47-4321
first of a number of convicts do so. Decree Pro Confesso will Administrator of the Estate of

SEE who have asked for and be entered against you. WITNESSmy Marion H. Johns deceased
hand as Clerk: of said Court This 12th day of August. 1963.
been granted hearing for a Member of Oseeok Lout Biers AaaoetoUoaPtOBUCTS.
a and the seal of said Court at Kissimmee. CARL A. JOHNS -
I K. C. Moore Jr. new trial has been released on Osceola County. Florida Administrator ol the Estate
Insurance bond circuit this 26th day of August A.D Marion H. Johns deceased
Agency as a result of a order 1963. Brinson and McWhirter

: TRIANGLE here. (CT. CT. SEAL) Attorneys at Law OSCEOLA CEMENT
GLENN RAY Kissimmee. Florida
1918 .- 1963I2 i BUILDING This was disclosed by Sheriff Clerk Circuit Court August 15. 22. 29. Sept. 5. 1.96_
I Bob Buckels who said Harold Occeola County, Florida INC.
11 Stewart SL Wayne Nash had been released Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. More newspapers are sold] .
I
.Breadw! ..y-(text To The Bat M-847-4121 directly from Raiford Prison on Attorney P. O. Box for 492.Plaintiffs every clay than bottles of milk,

I: Phone 847.2278 a $3,000 bond. Kissimmee. Fla. loaves of bread or packs of cigar NEPTUNE ROAD 'l1 rr ...

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II Rainfall Weather reports from the Or- The rainfall along the coast is Conservation Area 2, were pumping I The Klssimroee Gazette, Klssimmee, Fto' Tfcar, Aagast 39, 1968 7
r Steady lando area showing 1.05 inchesof highly beneficial because it will I I and will continue pumping 739 Head ard heifers $17.0022.75.Utility .
I rainfall Tuesday were heart increase the ground water levels throughout the day. Principal Dove Hunting
ening. The Upper Kissimmeeand which are well below normal for function of these pumping stations -Sold AtMarket cows J14.50-15.75. Two
Can End Drought the Kissimmee River Area this time of year. is to remove storm flows!! Jll.00-14.50.$17.25-13.00, canner and cutter Opens Oct. 5
are one of the most important 'We are pumping at StationNo. from their drainage areas and
'"
Good 250-500 Ib. calves $!S..OO-
-t "It is a little too early to tell said "we love it and it can do factors in the overall'FCD 5A, located at 20-Mile Bend discharge them into the conservation -
25.00, and standard $18.00-
t : what effect the recent shower nothing but benefit the area: water control program in Cen- midway between West Palm areas for storage. utility Florida boaters will have attaeephMe
: activity will have in ending the however it will be at least one tral and South Florida.: If the Beach and Belle Glade, and will "While the recent rains have At the Kissimmee Livestock 23.50. peon for migratory
Standard vealersJ23.0026.50.
a worst and longest drought in the week after the rains have stop- Kissimmee area continues to receive -continue pumping throughout the been coming in showers they Market Wednesday 739 cattle and and good. dove hunting doteg fee 1963-64
: 18-county Central and Southern ped before we know for sure heavy rainfall, we can ex- day removing excess surface are still the slow type rain that calves were sold compared to swan accordfag to A. D. Aid-
: Florida Flood Control District," just how much benefit it will pect increased discharges into water from the agricultural district accomplishes the most good," 723 a week ago. Demand fair for Good feeder-stocker t eo e r s !i4:h. Game and Fmh Water Fish
and medium
S Zeb C. Grant. Director of the produce to swell the ground Lake Okeechobee to raise the ," Grant reported. Grant noted. "Rains that comedown all classes most action on feeder 523.50-25.25. common. l'Arn""i
I : Operation Maintenance Division water tables and build up FCD stage in the Lake which is now FCD Pumping Station No. 2. at the rate of two or more calves mostly for out of state $16.5020.50.Common The first phase will be open tor
: of the PCD stated yester- storage areas I, 2. and 3 and :me-half foot below the desired" located on the southeastern shoreof inches per hour do not benefit consignment. Slaughter classes and medium heifers dove hunters October 5 through
} I day. Lake Okeechobee.As level. Lake Okeechobee. near Belle the area nearly as much becauseof about steady on limited supply $15.0019.00.Inferior November 3, with Hardee, DeSoto.
"One thing is'for sure," Grant an example of the problemsof In Palm Beach County FCD Glade; Pumping Station No. 6 their rapid runoff: effects" he except cows steady to SOc lower. .and common cows' Icy and Glades Counties and
the prolonged drought. Grant Conservation Area 1 is 14 feet located on the middle stretch of concluded. Stockers also scarce and steady $11.0016.25.Medium that portion of Franklin County
i.II noted that .86 inches of rain fell below normal while ConservationArea the Hillsboro Canal where the except calves mostly steady in- and good 250-500 lb.cah.ES known Alligator Point, dosed
at the Miami International Air- 2. located in Palm Beach northern corner of ConservationArea stances 50c to $1.00 higher. mostly $19.00-24.50: common to dove hunting.
,5
PIZZA FOR QUALITY COMMERCIAL "
medium" and good 100-250 The second
statewide
port on Tuesday.: With this rain and Broward Counties, is one 2 meets the westerly bound- PRINTING call the Gazette office Stocker buyers purchased 76 per phase opens -
few" $2800-
IDS. 20002700. to November 16 to througr1)ece.mber
run
R ,the month is still 1.10 inches be- foot below normal.In ary of Conservation Area 1; and 847-2881. Free estimateson cent of the supply and about '*
: 29.00. 2. The third phase \\ill l
FREEZETTE low normal for August, and for Dade County giant Conser- Pumping Station No.7. locatedon aB types of job printing at of the total was calves.
be statewide December J:
: DRIVE-IN the year the deficiency is 11.55 vation Area 3 remains 2; feet the North New River Canalon reasonable prices. One good 760 Ib. slaughtersteer IT PAYS TO ADVERTISEIN through open Januar 12.
'I' I inches to date. below the desired level. the western-most corner of I $25.00, utility and stand- THE GAZETTE

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.:, SPECIAL SALE TENNIS SHOES FOR . COMPLETE OUTFITS FORBACKTOSCHOOL
.c) z- LADIES' COTTONPAJAMAS
BACK-TO-SCHOOL
: THIS WEEK ONLY )

: GIRLS' BLOUSES
f'
.,., Sizes 3 to 14 and PreTeensII DRESSES FARAH COTTON SLACKS

: -. SLIPS GYM TRUNKS Regular SALE
3" Reduced to $2"
-
SCHOOL SHOES LEVI WRANGLERS
F 2", Reduced $229 4.00 2.59
to TENNIS SHOES IVY LEAGUE SHIRTS

s $1" Reduced to $159 FRUIT OF THE LOOM UNDERWEAR 5.00 3.00

WONDERFUL SELECTIONS FORBACKTOSCHOOL S1 to $499< $399 to $5" m ,, 5.95 3.79

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YOUR BACK TO SCHOOL SEWING DRESSESPETITE SCHOOL SUPPLY HEARQUARTERS
NEEDS SEE OUR COMPLETE STOCK
VISIT
.. AND JUNIORS 5 to 15. MISSES 10 to 20.HALFSIZES SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL3RING

14/ to 24 Yz BINDER, INDEX, COMPOSITION BOOK

.SALL Y"S. FABRICS $399 to $8" 2.38 VALUE NOW ONLY $1a

203 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE

USE MODE O'DAY'S "LAY-AWAY PLAN" tiBN NiHy Rolle osi HO p R BOpK
Designed for your shopping pleasureand Come BIpOtR.
New shipments of Fall{ .Fabrics now arriv- convenience. gindeBO k poly S>9a

ing . Woolens Bates Dark Fall Cottons, $8500 SIg9
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Reigel, Doecord plus! many others.
MODE O'DAYSUNRISE

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'.. ONE GROUP
DICKIES AND H.I.S. COTTON GOING AWAY TO SCHOOL?

.I. SHOWER OF GIFTS AND CASH AWARDS
CASUAL PANTS
; The Door" Clothes Racks
"On
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g :j f. '. . k Clothes Dryers and Electric:I Irons;T
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fifc ,
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?: ?, Regular4.95 I 5.95'and 17.95', '. |:. I. EVERY FRIDAY 4:3O P M; FOR 6 WEEKS r r Kabar Pocket Knives 209 ':Off::."
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Coffee Makers and Mugs
NOW $3.88 Pair "
Electric Outletand Plugs
OR HERE'S WHAT YOU DO: '.' ..:- LOCK IT UP With A Master Lock .

3 FOR $10 Combination or Key.

Visit the stores listed on this page, ask called, so make it a point to. be there at

SHORE'S MEN'S WEAR for a registration slip. No obligation. Sign 4:30 P. M Remember you do not have to OSCEOLA HARDWARE

your name and address and drop it into be in the same store where you register,

'3.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE the box. You may be the one to get the just be in any of the stores listed here ... 3.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE

------- Shower of Gifts which will amount to '51 Announcement of the winner wil! be at

in merchandise and services! 4:30 P. M. Not later or sooner. Register .
: WHEEL ALIGNMENT MOTOROLA __
Winner will be announced at everyone every time you visit increase your -- :: C
PORTABLETV
: of the stores listed on this page YOU chances of winning this Fabulous Shower 19" '-" : ''. :

$995IF MUST BE IN THE STORE when your name is of Merchandise and Services! I' t'.J

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YOUR NAME IS CALLED IN OUR PRICES .

STORE YOU GET A FRONT END : .' START AT
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ALIGNMENT FREE. IF YOU JUST HAD REGISTER tAT :- .I v.
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IT DONE BY OUR STORE, YOU'LL GET ANY STORE LISTED ON THIS PAGE FOR WTHOD6INS t tI I

tot.. A REFUND OF YOUR MONEY. -........----..

.. FREE GIFTS !'

PAT ALLEN'S FIRESTONE HOME APPLIANCES3.00

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;1 25.00 CONSOLATION PRIZE GIVEN IF YOUR NAME IS CALLED AND YOU ARE NOT
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_8 The Klssimmee Gazette Kissimmee, FUu, Thurs., August, Z9, 1963]
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Hunting Season I I : -'



Schedule ListedTALLAHASSEE i j .i A NEW LOOK"


_. Florida's),will be closed at all other times.i ; w. .;:..
1963-64 general hunting season':Shooting hours for resident game! s
lor resident game birds and animals !species win remain at from onehalf -'
will open Saturday, Nov.0 hour before sunrise to one-. ". .-,
16, except for a special season halt hour after sunset of each t;
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south of State Road 60, which open day. |H "
opens Nov..9. I -Fifth District: S / :
FOR YOUR
The opening date applying Ito DEER: Buck deer with one!)1!* h- s;
deer, turkey, quail, squirrel,or more five-inch antlers; one! .
and bear, was set at a formal:per day, two per season. Nov.!! .
meeting of the Game and Fresh{16-Jan. 5. Monday, Tuesday and! :3:1Ni: "
Water Fish Commission at Tallahassee -i Friday closed except during first i j
July 26, according to i nine days and between Dec. 25, Ly! t .
A. D. Aldrich. director. !and Jan. L* Every day hunting!
Hunting will be allowed every I hunting permitted in Sumter and I; I :
day in, the First Third and:Putnam Counties and an coun-' ;
Fourth Conservation Districts I ties south of State Road 50 and | HOMETOWN
except in Dixie, Gilchrist and I west of St. Johns River. SPE-' :
Levy Counties. In the Fifth Conservation i CIAL SEASON that portion of:
District, every day Osceola County south of State: i
hunting will be allowed in Sumt- Road 60: Nov. 9-Jan. 5. j;
er and Putnam Counties, and, TURKEY: Either sex; two 1
all south of State Road II
territory I per day three per season. Nov.
50, and west of the St. Johns I 16-Jan. 5. Monday, Tuesday and]I
River. Friday closed except during first::
Where staggered-day hunting !nine days and between Dec. 25''!
is in force hunting will be allowed and Jan. 1.* Every day hunting j: Hi:
:SSIMMEEGA2ETTE:
every day during the first :permitted in Sumter and Put-,
nine days and the period between i nam Counties and all counties
Dec. 25 through Jan. 1. i south of State Road 50 and west t '
Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays I of St. Johns River. SPECIAL .11 '
.
SEASON that portion of Osceola : .
County south of State Road 60: ;, .c
i i Nov. 9-Jan. 5. SPRING GOB-! Iii
RLER SEASON Putnam County: t I
PRICES i:March 28-April 12. one-half hour I :
'before sunrise to noon. I j
: QUAIL Ten per day total
,possession. 20. Nov. 16-Feb. 23.I M
Monday. Tuesday and Friday;
BiSC-I !dosed except during first 9 days!iI ';I H
I and between Dec. 25 and Jan. .
1.* Every day hunting permitted
I.in Sumter and Putnam Countiesand I You're Going To
all Counties south of State
Road 50 and west of St. Johns

14! ijILVROW I lot portion River.State of SPECIAL Road Osceola 60:SEASON County Nov. 9-Feb.south that .. Enjoy It More/ Than Ever!

(((23. ." '. ':' V .
SQUIRREL: Ten gray, and '
I two fox squirrel per day total .'

I 23.I possession four Monday fox squirrel.twenty Tuesday Nov.gray and 16-Feb.Fri and NEW HOME DELIVERY ; .; ; NEW ADVERTISING :

i clay dosed except during first ,
nine 1 l days and between Dec. 25 SERVICE! ; DEADLINE!
and Jan. 1." Every day huntingI II ,:f:. 1
I I permitted in Sumter and Putnam -. : '
I Counties and all counties I II .. ? .
I i south of State 50 and west of St. \

(I Johns River SPECIAL SEASONthat I : EXTENDED NEWS -.. % NEW FEATURES OF
portion of Osceola County i : ,
I south of State Road 60: Nov. 9I I .
I Feb. 23. I DEADLINE! : LOCAL INTEREST!
i In Ocale National Forest.
q Monday Tuesday and Friday. I
closcu du.ing period Dec. 25-
Jan. V I

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63 Visitors To .

ARAt N State Parks HOME DELIVERY ADVERTISINGSERVICE


I Increase

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t I Nearly 4,000,000 people visited
Florida's State Parks and COpy
I Historic Memorials during the
J fiscal year ending June 30,
the Florida Park Service announced

I The total yesterday.of 3,937,763. park BEGINS SEPT. 5th

I visitors record set an for all-time the Florida attendance ACCEPTILJpB TO 5 P.M. TUBS.

Park Service and topped last
!year's total by 226477.
I Another more Impressive
r :record was also set during the YOUR GAZETTE CARRIER

'year. Nearly one-half million NEWS COPY
.1.II; persons camped in state parks BOY WILL DELIVER YOUR
I'during the twelve-month pe
PAPER YOUR DOOR!
riod. A total of 494,972 campers TO
were recorded in the
I parks as compared to 380,636the WILL BE ACCEPTED THROUGH

year before.
Leading In attendance was
Hugh Taylor Birch State WEDNESDAY MORNING
Park at Fort Lauderdale
with 612417. Fort Pickens CALL '

State Park, near Pensacola
led all others with 45,364 overnight
uI. campers. A vast maJorIty -


P classified Some of 3,442,791 the as park day persons users visitors.were visited ':. 8 4 7 2 8 8 1 or For news assistance copy call in preparing. . your advertising: ' . f

the parks for daytime |j. 847-2881-We Are At Your Service! :' i
outings, picnics, reunions etc. ::
Overnight camping activitieswere \.
.
{ 11 fOAA as follows: 15,758 cabin ,

and cottage users; 61,805 or- FOR DELIVERY SERVICE RUSE
and 417,409
ganized campers;
Ate ver before-so many great
tent and trailer campers. THE CONVENIENT ORDER '
Fords at such amazingly low Attendance figures are kept

are Total Per for 42 areas in the Florida BLANK BELOW.
prices.These
Park System.
formance beauties Falcons I Income from park opera I WATCH FOR
1 t tions also Increased during .
Fords
FairlanesSuper-Torque the past year. A total of r------------------------
you've heard about, read '':use fees and sales tax during I Kissimmee Gazette, Circulation Dept. :

about.Today's the day to buy I I was the twelve-month an increase of period.$25,121.50over This 1 Please Start My Paper With Your Next Issue: I FARM NEWS AND REVIEWS!
I
low, trade high-at your, the previous year. These 1
I fees are deposited in the : Name MORE LOCAL
NEWS
& PICTURES
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neighborhood Ford dealer's State Park Trust Fund and :
I are used for the operation and I
development of the park sys- Address : ALL
COMING
OFFICIALFORD tem. Florida Caverns State : : . IN YOUR

1! Park, near Marlanna. led all :
,$56,576.03.other with a total income of I t City..--J HOMETOWN GAZETTE!



: Social Security
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: Official To Be Here I "-." .. . ,,J
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; A representative of the Social :
{Security Administration District I AND REMEMBER . FOR
. 1 Office in Orlando will be at the :

i Community House in Kissimmee I ,;... .,.
/ :, on Monday, September 16 and I
CLEAR/WE Monday September 30, 1963 be- : "

tween the hours of 9:00 a.m.I: .- ., .; ., ; QUALITYJOB PRINTING
and noon. TV .
This service is made available I , to those who wish to apply for:
Old-Age and Survivors Insurance I L. .t-'YEII..I' : CALL US!
AUTREY
benefits Social Security account C. ...Sfeep Is Capable e
a+aaibers, or obtain information'
)' I ef HendKiHi AH ef Yew PrHttiftg N.ods
MOTOR More newspapers are sold

evwy"' by than the total number '- -,,' .-, "
COMPANY of ,MMigcr cars registered m
the United States.
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