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Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: September 12, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID00296
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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-- of FLA. HISTORY WEATHER
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5.?, HE l ,E PROGRESS OF KISSIMMEE AND OSCEOLA COUNTY FOR 69 YEARS 98Moo. 90 74 8

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69 NO. 40 Entered as Second ,I 1 J KISSIMMEE FLORIDA THURSDAY 12 1963 1894Pnoae
SEPT. PRICE
VOL -: KUslmmee. OmceoU County L, 847-2881 TEN CENTSI'

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I' Gazette To CarryAll :---- Vote Is State-Wide November 5




t Florida Magazine _ Rec Program Will Lose

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D. .' All Florida magazine and television Sch maker said.AU.Florida I

t-' i i guide the most widely tilted as the"magazine 'r i '4 4 : __ If Referendum Fails"If

Z circulated Sunday supplement in for Florida living" Is, in

r .Florida will be inserted free In many John H. Perry newspapersand
the Kissimmee Gazette begin- several independent news- Florida is to continue to quate area for salt water fishing I ing, 4,400 more camp sites, an

; ning September 19th. papers in the state. It is a Perry attract tourists and at the hunting, camping, picnicking additional 3,000 miles of scenic -

For two weeks the All-Florida Publication. same time provide adequate hiking boating, salt roadway for pleasure driving

magazine will be inserted on a, The Sunday supplement magazine outdoor recreation for its citizens and fresh water swimming. 886 additional boat ac

"sample" basis according to is published by Yvonne Fulton voters on November 5 skiing, nature study and cess facilities 130 more fresh

f. Leo Schumaker. publisher of the and Betty Tway. Ed Hasseis must approve the outdoor yea pleasure driving in every water swimming areas an additional
f Gazette. editor and assistant to the reation bond referendum to region in Florida. 111 historical or ar-

.... "Beginning on October 3rd, we publishers. make funds available to pur- "We will get two boat chaeological and an additional
r' will insert All-Florida for all our All-Florida represents a cross- a chase the sites needed" Fred ramps right away" McDanielssaid 70.7 miles of seashore
McDaniels, manager of the of Immediate aid to Kis MeDaniels said this could
: readers on a regular basis, section of Florida living and fea-
Kissimmee Chamber of Com simmee. be
accomplished without raU
tares articles that of inter-
are merce said this week. If the referendum is approved ing the present taxes and that
est to Floridians. One such as-
; McDaniel said if the referendum by the voters the state "every resident of Florida
of the is food.
Elks To pect"Food articles magazine featured ; failed" we might as will then move forward to set profits by outdoor recreation

are 4 well give up trying to increase adequate goal for recreational Florida's tourist economy Is
in Florida.
regularly the new All
recreational facilities needs for the year 1970. based basically on the tour-
AttendMeeting They include recipes for all sea- in this area and even in the Needed right now to meet ist industry and without avail

sons and all occasions, profileson state." this goal Is 2,600,000 acres of able outdoor recreation the
excellent cooks and chefs in McDaniels reminded the land to be placed under In- tourist industry will disap

t: the state unusual facts about passage of the bond referen- tensive game management pear."
some native %foods and stories dum will not Increase taxes 115,000 acres in nature pre Even If the bond issue fails

On about Floridians who have found one cent but will make it serves, an additional 101,000 this plan will still be carriedout
Sunday
d ber 15th, officers afternoon and members Septem. .successful" formulas for enteraining. possible to provide the necessary -acres for wilderness camping, ., he pointed out but onlyas
of Kissimmee recreation areas now 25,000 new picnic sites, an additional the money becomes available .
Elks Lodge No. All-Florida also includes a complete while the land is available. 8,700 acres for hik

1873 will go to Orlando to attend for the .. .. . . .. ...... .. ..
t television listing entire The recreational programfor ";;-:";;';':';':-:';';:':':';::':'::'::'::':::':':':;';;;';':;' ; ;:;::::::->> .!...., .. ..!... '.''
a Central Florida Elks District week beginning on Sunda Florida will move forward &:?:|:.2::::::::::::&:::i iiS" :::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::$:::: -:::::::::::::::; :: :: :::::: j

meeting of the Florida State Elks and listing through Saturday. .a with or without the approvalto :
Assoclat!on. Listings of television shows in- k the voters in November :
;. The meeting has been called eludeS channels and blurbs concerning but it will cost taxpayers millions | Board AdoptsRecord ti!

by District Deputy Jules Morris the individual show. of additional dollars unless :

of Winter Park who will outline Because the magazine is printed the referendum is passed. !jj: :

tt the year's program of Grand Exalted in the state of Florida by'erry "What we're after is a bond
i Ruler Donald J. Dunn of of issuance that will give us the I Budget
Inc.
Printing Process READY FOR NEW SEASON Coach Jack Yearwood, center, is shown flankedby
Oneida N.Y. Ocaa.} television listings can be money right now," McDanielstold :?=::=V:=:: :::;:::
five of the him off another when
; The Grand Lodge program will kept up to date and last minute boys expected to help get to winning season the Gazette. "The addi-

Include strong support of the changes may be made.In. his Kowboys meet Arcadia there Friday, September 20. They are, kneeling from tional five per cent taxation
The Osceola Commission the
Elks National Foundation whichIs ,past issues of All-Florida left, Steve Parker and Charles White. Rear, from left, Eddie Harrell and Steve has already been passed by County Monday adopted

aiding qualified students features have included hints on YowelL (Photo by Eby) the legislature but the alloca- 1963-64 budget as advertised, which calls for a record

through scholarships and .which 'hovrto travel In the state and tion is up for grabs." expenditure of $1,098,566.57.The .

r supports by special grants, such out of state articles on new tel McDaniels said interest
AnnouncedFor total millage of 10.9 is composed of 2.36 mills for
projects as the Elks Harry-Anna evision and stars and Squads costs to pay off the bond is

Crippled Childrens' Hospital at general programs interest stories on happenings City i Tax sue will be saved many times the county tax levy, 7.55 mills set by the county school

r Umatilla. around the state. over by being able to pur- board and one mill set for the Central and South Florida
This children's Hospital whichis Tilt chase the lands now. He not
I Whatever your reading habits Roll Friday land in Floridaare Flood Control District.Commissioner .
the major project of the :Florida AU-Florida is sure to meet and Adopted ed that prices

t State Elks Association is satisfy the standards and givean I continuing to spiral up L. J. Harvey, commenting on the

owned and operated by the State Osceola High football coach will square off Friday night in wards and land purchasednow said he it the best he had
added bonus of complete The city tax roll was adopted will be worth times budget, thought was one seen
many
i I Association and treats physically Jack Yearwood this week announced the> first preview of Kissimmee
handicapped children, in close weekly television listings. Tuesday night when no protests starting lineups for the football for 1963. its value by the turn of the in his decade as a member of the board.
t were made when the city commissioners
cooperation with the Florida sat as a board of annual Blue-Gold intra squad For the Blue unit Ed Harrell century."If can't the land The commission voted to repair Beaumont and High-
Crippled Children's Commission. game to be held September 13. Vance Bass Earl Johns Bob we get
lands Avenues in Kissimmee
BoatACadeBrochures equalization.Due Highlands
and have the land working for as soon as pos
Through the income realized to the new state law licensing The two squads working to Magnaghi Steve Yowell and
the state now we might as
from the Elks National Foundation OutOver boats, 49.350 was deducted -gether in daily practice sessions Gary Stills will be used in the well forget it,", he said. Mc sible with Beaumont taking priority.Mrs. .

funds are being sent each from the original amountby backfield Daniels atended a state recreational Jess Thacker presented a petition asking the
At end will be Robert Baker
year to the Harry.Anna Hospitalfor 1500 brochures have been > Charles Rengers city tax as- 728 Head Chuck Whalen and Spencer Over- meeting at Patrick board to vacate a road in J. J. Keene's subdivision near
the of additional
purchase sessor.
therapeutic equipment or for the sent out on the Kissimmee Boat. Total valuations before 'making street. Tackles for the Blue will Air Force Base referendumwas last week, Hale's Feed Mill. The board adopted a resolution settinga
where the coming
training, or education of therapists ACade, according to Mrs. Vera allowances for homestead be Jim Barber Elmer, Horn and i discussed. hearing on the petition for closing the road on Sept. 30.
Sold
Lalley, secretary of. the Kissim follows AtMarkef' Lou Tarcai. Guards will be Sid.'
and nurses / exemptions, were as : "Florida has never lost one Harris G. Daniel chairman ef the board and
mee Chamber of Commerce ney Bronson and Gary Hileman. a member -
Officer* and members of KlslmmWXooge Real estate. $23,988,630. ; business during entire his
l'. ,?. < l -attend ,_"MrLalleysaia brochures.frrtKraoting1 I property :$3,384,130 "Blue units centers will be Corky penny Its ', of the advisorjncommittee reported that the City ofOrlando
'" :annlhg to. persona ; -. -,.::. tory through the ,purchase.4>i[ _
BoarA-Cade Speirs. '
the Parker and
this meeting, together with their\ sent ,to several foreign. countries609- Backfield'Eugene for: the Gold team c' lands'lie said. He pointedout BrevardTn3faiffciver,' Lade*, Ose Sfe, Seminole
wives include Exalted ,Ruler that in single instance
Jack Fur- and out ot st te persons. 795.Valuations for use in figuring At the Kissimmee Livestock' will be Robert Lane Terry Roberts has not land one value drop- and Volusia Counties are sponsoring an exposition to be
White Leading Knight
man Partin Secretary Frank Brochures were sent to the perating revenues would be the Market Wednesday 72S cattle Gary Land, Wayne Kauff- ped on land purchased by the held in Exposition Park, Orlando, October 2229.
British West Indies Canada and that of the real and calves were sold comparedto man, Gary Dymmek Alan Starling
same except es-
Broyl s, State Vice President 566 a week and Jim Crum. state. This exposition is in cooperation with the National
Nicaragua. Entries have already which would be ago.
tate figure re-
"And Impor
Paul Smith and PER Bodo i been received from as far awayas duced to $16.747.805.Kissimmee. Compared to last Wednesday At ends will be Jim Gren- tance the of recreation even more sites we Aeronautics and Space Administration and many of

Kirchhoff.There will be delegations from Indiana according to Mrs. again slaughter too steers few for heifers test cows and bulls and Baxter.nough Eldon Sullivan and Aaron need now will not be available their prime sub-contractors. It is designed to better acquaint

the other ten Central Florida alley.The.Brochure lists a complete May calves steady to strong. Stocker Tackles for the Gold unit will purchase when them.the "time comes to the general public and business visitors with the

Lodges comprising the district. "travel log" of activities for the steers steady to strong. Heifers be Frank Marshall Charles The bond referendum if vast accomplishments made in various Space Science
A luncheon will ,be served dur- Lose FloatillaUnless $1.00 lower. Cows strong to $1.00 White andJSteve Parker. Guards
Boat-A-Cade. detailing plans for will ade-
provide an
ing the noon hour by the host recreation and route of the fam- higher and calves steady to will be Richard Bryant and ,Mike passed, t projects.
Interested citizens of
lodge and the ladies will be en- weak. Bast.
tertained by the Orlando Drove ed water junket the Kissimmee area come for Standard and good 500-600 lb. Jim Sabetto and Bill Hankinsare
This will be the first Boat-A Boat Firm
To
of .Does during the meeting. ward soon. Kissimmee will lose slaughter steers. 215023.00 slated to play at center. Elks Call For
:ade launched out of Kissimmee its U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Cutter and ,utility ,heifers $16.00- "We have come a long way i Locate HereAn
I in two years. flotilla according: to Division of- 18.00. since last week 'Coach Year-:

ficers of the organization. Utility cows 15001700. Cutter wood said of the physical! conditioning Orlando boat manufacturing

Six KilledIn Captain Ernest A. Baldini of 12501550. Canner 10.50- of the team. "Maybe now firm is planning on setting Blood Donors

Tupperware Has division IV Informed the Gazette 12.50. we'll get a break In the wea- up a plant at the Kissimmee>
AccidentOn that Flotilla 41 will lose its .charter Good 250-500 lb. calves 22.00: ther. It probably won't be as hot airport. I
New Executive In the Auxiliary because of 24.50. Standard 18502300. Utility from This was disclosed last week On Wednesday evening, September pint of blood given in that spirit

MondaySix insufficient members and lack of 16001850. nowKowboon. ys, whose first when city commissioners approved 25th, from 6:00()( to 8.30: the may save a human life."

Rexall Drug and Chemical. activity. It Is expected that the Standard and few good vealers game is the 20th with Arcadia entering into a five year Mobile Unit of the Central Flor For the information of all donors

Company President Justin Dart flotilla will be disestablished In 220025.00()( one 25.75. at Arcadia are working on unit Lease with Critchfield Marine, ida Blood Bank of Orlando wIl may il be said Donne Should
persons were killed and announced yesterday Norbert October at the annual meetingof Few good and choice 500-600 lb. play this week with continued Orlando. come to the Elks Lodge at 15 W. be In general good heaHn, be-

another Injured Monday In the &illen has been elected president the Seventh Coast Guard Dis-' feeder-stockr steers 22002275.()( stress on physical conditioningand The firm would take over the Darlington Ave. in Kissimmee to tween the ages of 21 and 90. of

fiery head-on collision of a compact of the Tupperware Divisionof trict Auxiliary Board. Common art few medium 16.50- fundamentals. former theater building at the I accept donations of a pint of either sex who have not received

car and standard model au Europe and a vice presidentof Flotilla 41 is the oldest flotilla' 19.00. The boys have responded well airport. The building has been I blood from all volunteers present. medical care or treatments of any

tomobile seven miles east of the) Rexall. Baillen will report to in Division IV (Central Florida).', Common 1400-550 Ib. heifers this week" the Osceola High used iythe public works department The urgency of receiving blood kind during the past two months.They

Polk-Osceola-: County line. Hamer Wilson president of Tupperware Capt. Baldini requested that any: 14501650. head coach said. "Our patterns donations at that time cannot be should not eat any substantial -
All six three Negroes and Home Parties with inernational citizens Interested in keeping'' Common cows U.OO-l6.S0. In- and plays need work and our Rental will be $100 a month overemphasized: The Elks blood meal for four hours before

three whites were from the Mi headquarters at KIs- Flotilla 41 active should communicate ferior 10501400. timing will be a while In corn- Including the building and some reserve with the Blood Bank at,; giving blood and should avoid all

ami area. simmee. with him Immediately at Good 250500 lb. calves 22.00-()( .e adjacent land.Road I Orlando right now is down to the alcoholic beverages prior to the
Patrol Lt. G. 453 Watts Way Cocoa Beach. 'Medium 18002300.()( scrimmage work is slat-
Honda Highway Baillen will be responsible trader 24.25. I last few pints of blood! The Elks donation. The medical staff of the
Stafford identified them Prominent boatmen the area Common' 15001900. Medium ed for the Kowboys this week .
B. as Wilson for all TupperwareHome ; i blood reserve is available for Central Florida Blood Bank of Orlando
Harvey Harrison Comfort. 69; Parties activities in Eu- are urged to give this matter 100-250 lbs, '22002700.()( ()( Common and next before tapering off the Department emergencies and for times of needto will take car of all donors

his wife. Ethel 55. and her father rope. Tupperware Home Parties consideration. 17.00-2300.()( first game. Gives AccountingThe aU residents of Osceola County and the Elks will otter a free

J. H. Hahn 91. all of 1226 is the distribution company for and, with that renders a unique steak dinner alter the donation

Alberca St.. Coral Gables, and plastic housewares of this brand. State Road Departmenthas community service: The blood is!

Negroes Catherine Jones 52. and Director for France of Pan sent an accounting of funds given free of charge except for:

Mary Collins 24, both of Miami American Airways for the past spent from the revenue certificate the administrative costs of the Makinson Predicts

and 23-year-old Lynn Johnson ol. ten years. Baillen has also held issue the Florida Development blood bank. The Elks do not receive

Opalocka. various executive positions for Commission sold for the any benefit except the Good Hunting

Investigating officers said Mrs. this company In South America county.Of gratitude of those who are help
Comfort and Hahn died: at Lake Portugal Spain and Africa. the $3 million borrowed 1 be forthcoming hunting season

Wales Hospital where the Injured Baillen is president of the American there remains a balance of 52- ed.For the last three yean this should be the teat in this part

person Laura Jane Comfort. 21. Chamber of Commerce In 865,053 according: to the report Elks blood reserve has been and of me state in 25 years according -
under treatment last received in the office of Glen to W. B. iDfckj Mainnion,
was night obtain-I
}France a Director of the Foch still is the only source of
for injuries received in the acddent. Ray. county derk. veteran local sportaMan and hardware
Foundation, a Director of the ing blood in the entire County and!
Expenses paid amount to $49.- dealer
American Hospital in Paris and the demand for blood from this
Hospital authorities said !..In.Qjmfort's of 612, which Is for engineering of Maki se predkted a bumper
Axneri
such
Member of the Board reserve has risen to an extent
the Nova road. There has been
injuries were minor crop of deer, turkey ad qua1.If
can Aid Society. He graduatedCum another $70,335 committed for that unless a greater number
<< area afanedc.
and listed her condition as Laude from Williams College i iw the of donors will volunteer to
"good." Officers said she had engineering. We feel the season. will be MO
and is a Navy veteran. The expense of selling the give a pint of blood it might be
suffered a broken jaw. good that we have stecfeed more
bonds according to the report hard for the Elks to continue this
The highway patrol reported' ammunition tafe year than at anytime
was $15,000, and Interest and community service in the futUre.
the Comforts'' were taking their m the past 15 years," be
CommissionCleans premium to the sinking fund "We have been called upon for
aid.
daughter to a "finishing school. amounted to $3,673.Cattlemen. over 75 pints of blood during the
They did: not know the name of past three months." explainedChairman

the school. Up Paul Lutzand our Osceola Fruit

Identification of the three Negroes Bond IssueThe To annual average for helping the
was not learned until late residents of our County with bloodtran"'Uc1nn. Resumes Operation

last night when it was learned Aax Dedicate BuildingOrange $ has risen from one
that they had come to Polk City Commission Tuesday hundred pints to one hundred fifty Oseeola Fruit Distributors one
County to visit Catherine Jones' night called in 146.060) ( ia revenue :' s ti f and Osceola Counties: and now to two hundred pints of of the county's 1m mat waflimii.

daughter at Union Academy in certificates issued ia &, dean will be host to the annual con, blood. We must by necessity reach will be bade ia epcfUJon tfate
Bartow. ing up the 1asue..Lne vention of the Florida Cattle- and fan ace nIi c to an snoBBce-
donors receive more
more
The Negroes were riding in the O'mm\- also voted toconstruct men's Association next month.: blood before we can give aid to meat made by Jerry Ivey. general -
dock at toe 1aleironi Much of the program will center maaager.
late model compact car east on a the ever growing number of reci
The plant.s by a
Highway 60 when the accident as recommeaoea by use aavaory around the Cherry Plaza .
Hotel but Oct. 17. the program pients. million dollar fire tins Tuanracr
occurred. The Comforts were
board With these statistics in mind.
white It was IB the proeec* of
will to Kissimmee.
:traveling west toward Lake ,In other &etMd\fee I fedd Votedto move Exalted Ruler Jack White added: bee readied for the new -aoB.
Here the state headquarters
Wales in their standard model ,' \ beautify the ceater island ia building of the FCA will be dedicated. For the benefit of those who Cause of the fire watch occurred

automobile. Broadway Irk a relocation' + This will be followed bya will need blood in the days to while workmen were II lunch

.Stafford said the investigation i el the sprinkler .,.... barbecue for FCA members at come, may I earnestly urge aU has DOt beeR ckfiaMtty, aaoer
revealed the small car crossed Accepted a bid fsaa' Hugbfe* residents of our County to support tat ed.1ftJ.

over IMo fee lane where Comfort Supply for five traaatermers.Afgateied Tupperware.The us in this blood bank drive so : said in* ta stow beg
GOING UP -Work continue on the i icro-wave tower being constructed in the wives of many will be accompanying
was driving and crashed header I Chark Dillon to tte the cattlemen. that we all may continue: to serve picked fer the firm ia* plant
bean of Ki imse The will >le General Telephone
tower en Company to give
firrmtn't ;pension ted l board ceavpoa Election of officers win be held our citizens of our communities and evening std N-
CJ'ie.' i. tJIQ't'-d ar Pap 4)I .... M " better telephone service particularly on ong distance calls. Oct 18. during the times of distress. A gin wttfct 39



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2 The Klgstamaee Gazette Kissfanmee. lFia.-. *Thurs. Sept. 12, IIfSEngagement
u 6 Junior Guild

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i To Meet MondayThe



d initial meeting of jun. member of Zeta PM Bto -

fooUighters, of the Foot- National Speech Arts Frater

y light Theatre Guild, will be
nity.Her
) 'held at the Art & Culture special interest,, in

Center at 3:30 on the after- working with young people is
noon of Monday September16th. Creative Dramatics. As a

r y..xIf charter member of the Foot-

At this writing 23 applications light Theatre Guild she has
: have been received for been active in the organizational -

membership in the new organ- work as vlee-president,

__ ization. It is significant that and as a member of the Plan-
20 of these are graduates of ning Board from its inception.She : .

.t the two Theatre Workshops has enacted roles in
which have been conductedby four Guild production, and
I the Guild the past two directed "My Three Angels" in

SEASON OPENS-Al Tiahrt, president of the Orange STUDENTS GREETED-Donna Kinney and Jose Jardis summers. 1961. But much more pertinent

dam, Gardens Civic Association stops to chat with George and exchange students attending Osceola High School this The structure of the Junior I to her present assignment

Catherine Beauchamp at the smorgasbord dinner Thurs shown above with Fr. Wendell Hainlin Guild will follow that of is the fact that Mrs.
year were enter-
t ,_ ::- the parent body as closely as [Brooks conceived organited
.>;fu. day night which marked the opening of the Fall season. tained at a reception Friday night at the St. John's Parish possible. At Monday's meeting j and directed the first two

... The Beauchamps developed Orange Gardens, a retirement House. Donna is from British Honduras and Jose from a full slate of officers Workshops for Youth from

( > :t subdivision of Kissimmee. (Photo by Hamrick) Brazil. (Photo by Hamrick) will be elected, the ByLawswill I which the Junior Guild has

be read and voted upon.. evolved.
and a title for the new group The following applicantshave
other than "Junior Guild" will been accepted: Bill
St. John's Scene be selected. The organization.is Brooks Eileen Dimitri Gail

Osceolans Gephart, Jimmy GUI Margaret
for and by young -
from the ages of 6 thru 17. GUI Janet Gould Lee

thacaiai Of Lovely WeddingMiss They are empowered to con Graves III, Pinky Hutcheson.
duct their meetings, select Ivonne Lee Dava Lurie Mark
and produce their own plays Lurie Chuck Ogletree Caro-

'and be self-sustaining. Senior lyne Phay Janice Provost,
I Lorraine Littlefield be- :ant. She wore an Irridescentred members of the Guild stand Barbara Reyolds, Debbie Seal-
'Ti; came the bride of Francis H. satin dress with perfectly
ready for consultation on any Ii, Teri Tarcai Laura Wallis,
.. : .By BETTY EBY Willmering during an 8:00: :matched accessories and car problems but they will come Mike Wallis Turner Wallis
p.m. ceremony at St. John'sEpiscopal I ried a spray bouquet of pale and and Vic-
I MJ forward only if specificallyasked I Karen Laura
Church Saturday chartreuse
jJSltA fugif mums. tor Taylor.
Kir wwmdC&ffc** for assistance.
night. Rev. M. Wendell Hain II Clyde D. Orff I
Miss served the Other folks
Nancy Lee Nelson The only member of the young may at.
lin officiated at the candlelight groom best
as
(Photo by Coleman'g Studio) man and Nor- Senior Guild who will be of- tend this meeting as voting
Stanley Anthony will leave Sat Color Tour of New England. They ceremony. val B. Wease brotherinlawof ficially connected with the I members by bringing with
The bride is the daughterof the bride and
urday for Maryland to visit hfc also plan to stop off at Williams- Lawrence juniors is Gill Brooks. Mrs. them application blanks fill
Miss Nelson To son and wife, the Stan Anthony r burg Va. for a. couple of days Mrs. Alice Littlefield of Creamer served. Wayne Little- Brooks will be their senior ed out and signed by their..,
Melbourne N. field .
Kissimmee and brother of the bride ,
Jrs. and to meet his new granddaughter on their way home. Littlefield of West Palm lighted the advisor and will also repre I parents. Extra blanks are on
candles.
Robert .
Jill. His wife Doris,,,, Mary Gardner has returned is the sent them at the meetings of hand at Roberson's Rexall
Beach. The son Gehrett
who has been visiting there foi. from a trip to Michigan where of Mrs. Simon groom Abel of Peoria music. provided the nuptial the Senior Planning Board. I Drug Store in Kissimmee.. I

Wed Charles HeldMiss the past month will return homewith she visited relatives and friends. Illinois and Francis H. Will. Sharon Gehrett attendedthe She is a graduate of Florida ,I Mr. and Mrs. George Doe have"

him. Congratulations to Lyle and Ar- mering Sr. of Keithsburg Ill bride's book. State University where she moved into their home on 1723:'
Jack Allen son of Mr. and Mrs., lene Ribley who will also cele- majored in Speech and is a I
The who given in Mrs. Cecile St.
bride was Littlefield II
Nancy Lee Nelson's. en- and attended Agnes Scott College chose a I :
Guy Allen is home leave. brate their wedding anniversary
on marriage by her father, worea gown of powder blue silk "
gagement to Mr. Charles Arthur Decatur Georgia. Mr. Heldis or- ..
Ike Marshall is with
Held is today announced by her a graduate of Wadsworth beaming I Saturday. formal length gown of ganza with matching acces- r
pride over the 12 pound bass he John Ad Briley Jr., son of Rev. "
white taffeta which had sories for her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Ohio and of Georgia Tech Atlanta peau daughter's wed.
caught recently in Lake Tohope- and Mrs. John Brdey has en- been designed and made by ding. The
Engelhart Nelson of 309 Watauga Georgia and is a memberof groom's mother
Avenue, Elizabethton Tennessee. Pi Tau Chi national honorary kaliga. He has had the beauty rolled at Gordon Military College her sister. The bodice featured -wore a light beige dress with COLORPRINTS

Mr. Held is the son of Mr. fraternity. He is now associatedwith mounted to prove his tale. at. Bamesville Georgia. a scoop neckline and long self embroidered skirt. J

and Mrs. Arthur Owen Held of Goodyear Tire and Rubber Mr. and Mrs. James Stambaughof Mrs. George Schloffman has returned sleeves pointed at the wrist. At the reception followingthe

1630 Orange Boulevard Kissim Company, Akron Ohio. The Orange Gardens have returned to her home at 420 Mab- Sprays of lace orchids empha- ceremony Mrs. Henry ron,
meet Florida. wedding will take place on November after spending a two weeks vaca- bette Street after spending sever- sized the bodice and neckline. Kost and Mrs. Clifford Brown, I
NEW ROLLS OF
30th at the First Methodist -" tion at Treasure Island. al weeks at Troy Ohio. The skirt was bell shaped in aunts of the bride presided at < L :
The bride-elect was graduatedfrom Church, Elizabethton Ten- Robert Myron Carter son oi Mrs. Gertrude Tewksbury, a front and full in back. Appli- the beautifully appointed re : KODACOLOR LEFT FOR "ot
Elizabethton High School nessee. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carter has re- winter resident of Kissimmee is ques of lace orchids covered freshment tagle with Mrs. DEVELOPING.I PRINTING

turned to Florida Southern Collegeto a patient at the Pondville Hospital the skirt in front and sweptto Kay Schneider and Miss Pearl 12 nPOSURES GUARANTEED

resume his studies there. at Walpole Massachusetts. the back to give a border Abel, sisters of the groom as- 70
I Pact t2 us as
ORANGE GARDENS Mrs. Sharon Schulinger and Col. and Mrs. L. E. MacGregorand effect. Her fingertip veil of sisting. 'kt e

I daughter Lynn with her brother daughter have returned after silk illusion fell from a small Out of town guests included

David Goedeking of Columbus, spending a month in North Caro crown of lace and chrystals. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Curry,
JOTTINGSBy Ohio are visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. lina.The She carried an old fashioned Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Curry

-. 1.- Hutchinson.Miss E. E. McGonigals have returned bouquet consisting of import. and family of Tampa; Dr. and
ANNA J. REYNOLDS I Prior to, her trip to Germany Carol Sue Hutchinson has from their vacation in ed Swedish braids and tuffs Mrs. Henry Kost Sebring; Mr. 0
The residents of Orange Gar- she spent several days in New returned to Boynton Beach after North Carolina. They stopped off white carnations and lily of and Mrs. Clifford Brown Safe-

dens have begun a new year-York City with her sister and spending the weekend with her in Brevard to visit the Bill In- the valley with a removable ty Harbor; Julius Jacob, Safe-

entertainment year that is. The daughter. parents[ Mr. and Mrs. J. L. grams. corsage of white roses which ty Harbor.

official beginning was at the Or- Hutchinson.Dr. Dr. R. R. Pollom is a patientat she wore on her going away After a trip to the Gulf

ange Gardens Civic Association on Miss Marjorie Fish and Miss J. Frank Collins of Washington the Orange Memorial Hospitalin dress. Coast the couple will resideat

Thursday evening Sept. 5, when Edith Spencer of 1723 Oak St. returned DC.. visited the J.. .L. Orlando.. Mrs. Jea Wease sister of 1321._ ,Frances- ... Street....,.., Or-. .
there: was la 'Smorgasbord Supper last week after -spendingthe Hutchinsons last '1 Jn'day7"J : r- '"'Alaiv;Hewitt left-.this_-week: for the*bride, was her only attend. Iand ...,:: J& ;...... .
followed by a* regular) Business summer at Glen Spey N.Y. >ir the- birthday:' list this' 'week'1 tHe; yniversity; of Southern Mississippi : "
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meeting. Major 'Edward'Smith. are Jane Bateman.. Frances Rogers where he will enter his Women's Post Elementary P-TA .
gave a very informative talk on Mr. and Mrs. James D. Spence Walter
Janice DeMond Sophomore year.
"Civil Defense Preparation." have returned to their home on Paulk, O. S. Thacker Albert Bear- Invitesl\lembers To Meet TonightMrs.
Of interest the 1613 Janet St. after visit with
special was a Linda
and
den Bess Jones, Brenda -
meeting of the Cancer Dressings friends and relatives in New Arnold Grace Roberts Jim- R. V.. Kaufman To Invitation has been extended for Betty Charles president
Group Tuesday Sept. 10, at the York. I Bill Whidden Robert interested and eligible women to has announced that the Kissim-
Markert ,
House Building. Those my Preach Marion Clark Amer- mee Elementary Parent-Teacher :
Community SundayR. join Phillips
Bass Bass
Spiers Johnny Sherry
who have not already joined this Sam- ican Legion Post No. 227, the Association will meet Thursday at HUNT BROS.
Mr. and :Mrs. Zee have moved Hildred McLaughlin Jessye
worthy project may desire to do Lucian V Kauffman who is in only all women's post in Central 7:30 in the Central School Library.Mrs. .
into the home on 703 George St. mons, Nancy Overstreet .
so. Further information with reference charge of the DCT program in Florida Margaret Bast will speakon
Elliott Bill Morse Petie Partin "THE OPEN FRONT STORE1MODEL
to the meetings can be Osceola High School this year Members of the post are former the readiness program.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brisbin of ,Thelma Dixon Arthur Barker I .
obtained from Mrs. Frank Wich- and who is also an ordained Navy and Army Nurses Air Force Refreshments will be served. 1
1605 Orange Blvd. returned last Dale Davis Deborah Taylor Bobbin ,
mann Chairman. Pattie Frances Baptist minister will supply the Nurses, WAGS WAVES, SPARS ,
week after visiting with friends Ross Effie ,
Other upcoming events of the pulpit at the North Kissimmee Marines and Yeoman. Eligibility ..
and relatives in Canada and New Hewit. Melva Volmar. Best wishes
month are listed in the current to each of you. Baptist Chapel on next Sunday dates for membership are April

Orange Gardens Bulletin. Details York.Mr. Special congratulations to Eb morning, and he will also preachat 6, 1917 to Nov. 11. ((1918; Dec. 7,
regarding these events are included who will celebrate the First Baptist Church next 1941 to Sept. 2, 1945; and June
Clarence McHugh and Mr. and Bess Jones -
in the Bulletin. and Mrs. Tom Stockdale of Pom- their 54th wedding anniver- Sunday evening. 25, 1950 to July 27, 1953. Proof of
Kauffman who is a native of honorable discharge or separationmust
pano Beach visited Mr and Mrs. sary Saturday!
Mrs. Walter Ussauer of 711 E. P. Nessling 1632 Catherine Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lupfer left Florida graduated from John B. also be available.
George St. returned home last York Stetson University at DeLand Prospective members will be
Street this week. Tuesday for-New where they
weekend after a trip to Bremmen. will spend a few days at the Taft and later attended the New Or- welcomed at the meetings of the
Germany. While there she had a while they take in Broadway leans Baptist Theological Seminary Post held on the second and fourth

wonderful visit with her sister, The first home game for the plays. They will be joined there to complete his ministerial Wednesday of each {month, the

whom she had not seen for 16 local high school will be September Saturday by the P. K. Weavers training. Mrs. Kauffman is alsoa business meeting a{ MemorialPost 1

years and also visited with other 27. All home games for the and the four of them will take native Floridian. They are residing No. 19 on Lake! Ivanhoe in

friends in the vicinity. varsity will begin at 8 p.m. off Sunday morning for a Fall on Parade Avenue in Orlando and social Meetings at
Kissimmeew other designated loca ons.

Interested persons may contact

Mrs. Claudia Triola, Commander
+ ML= 5303 Dexter St. Orlando, Fla. r

c- 32807. Phone CR7-4572 or Miss 1 a

Helen Louise Shaw, Membership 0

chairman Box 123 Lockhart: Fla.
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32810. Phone CY31752.
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To Meet MondayESTHER -

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meet Monday, September 16th .

at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. .....

Sam Prather, 116 S. Randolph.Dr. "
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IS" Kissimmee Gazette, Kfestaxnee, Fla, Thonu, Sept. 12, 1963 3
Wider door openings in I Cast .

Improved 1964 Chevrolet Trucks Named



For PlayEloise I

I

Gross, Sue Frances HARDWARE
Nyberg Mary Wooten, and I

Ed Phay have been selected to
carry the leading roles in!
Blithe Spirit the play chosen JUST RECEIVED

by the Footlight Theatre

Guild for its first productionof

this season. It is scheduledfor NEW GUNSAND
the middle of October.

exact dates to be announced.

9 Jerry Phay, director of the

current play, believes that
more people tried out for

this play than any other in
Guild history that is, for all I FRESHAMMO

parts except that of Charles,f

AWARDS-Three employees of the Kis- the lucky (?) husband with

.., ,.. ,,.,, ,, two wives. After drafting her
immee Postpffice were presented certificates this week ' I'Ii': i"_ .:..*t# @3f-i fiiii ff'U": :. : ';."._::;.. ;:;:" ': _ own actor husband, Ed Phay
for suggestions adopted under the Post Office Department's -
New forward slanting windahield pillar provides insulation for quieter more weatherproof cabs. to pinch-hit in the part Jerry !
Incentive Award Program. F. S. Ledbetter Jr., roomier door openings for easier entry and exit Conrair 95 engines have been increased to 95 says the cast won't let

postmaster, presented the certificate* to Malvin W. in 1964 Chevrolet trucks with regular cabs. Other horsepower from 80. The new 1964 Chevrolet her fire him now. Incidentally I
Samuel W. H. Johnson and Clarence S. Dona- features include longer lived lamps and exhaustsystems truck line also incorporates all the major chassis Ed won the audience I
( )
Billy
lower transmission hump in most pickup engine and body advances made under a award last year in Two Blind I
hue. (Photo by Hamrick) models, more positive door latches,and improved five-year program which began with 1960 models. MIce. I .

Elvira, the first wife, who 1

Friendship Club Luau Planned For Escapee. Brought returns to haunt her husband
New Chevrolet Trucks
will be played by Mrs. Ny
Plans LuncheonThe Presbyterian YouthA Back From Ohio berg; Mrs. Gross takes the

September Friendship Hawaiian Luau for the Jun- part of Ruth, well meaningbut
Richard Kikel has been Are Now On DisplayWith always patient; and
Club luncheon will be held! ior and Senior High United Presbyterian August not
sentenced to six months to one Mrs. Wooten co-stars in the r 1
19th at I
,
Thursday. September Youth will be held Saturday -
I violation 1 I ;character of Madam Arcati,
for of
12:30: at the Tropical Hotel j I September 14th, from 6:30 year probation.He several improvementsand years we have completely re-, credited with bringing
She is
Organ music will be featuredand to 8:30 p.m. in the educational was returned from Ohio by refinements, the 1964 engineered and expanded: to ghostly life
back Elvira a
his after Sheriff Bob
an announcement of great I building. attorney Chevrolet truck line consolidates our truck lines, making several
earth. This is a delightfulpart
Buckels twice went to that stateto 'on
importance to all ladies interest. The September sponsors,_ Mr. the major gains in design significant design ad to play and Mary Wootenis
ed in the Friendship dub will and Mrs. Lyle Ribley, will be get him. achieved under a five- vances," Carroll Starling of giving it charm as well as
be made. re-engineering and development Starling Chevrolet, said in an-
hosts. Kikel was turned over to 'Or- year humor. Bill Rector has been
Reservations should bo: made There will be special Hawaiian ange County authorities where he program that started nouncing the new line. ,selected to play Dr. Bradman

with Della Johnson at 847-2930 music, games and prizes awarder faces a charge of escape. with the 1960 models. "These include such features -'and Van Held to play the part
by Tuesday, the 17th. for the best costumes. "Over the past four model as independent front) Mrs. Bradman, the couple
.. .. .. _. . _. of
- ---- - -- - -- -- --" - wheel variable'
suspension; who are invited to share in
rate springing; a new family the seance. The part of the
of efficient 4- I
light-weight, maid. Edith who turns out
and cylinder engines, plus I
to be quite an important Influence
new V8's; addition of diesel in the play has been

power; completely redesigned awarded to Nelda Tarcal.

frames, and many other dej Blithe Spirit written by

''; velopments. 1 Noel Coward, is one of those

..:...;.:. "With the major chassis re]rare comedies that wears well
.. design completed and proved .
..".;..J with the years. Seen on Broadway
.......y-J by customer acceptance, we in the movies and on TV.
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are able this year to concen- be enjoyed time
the play can
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Lmr1 trate on refinements that add and because the family
'j" again,
--:" to driver comfort, reduced situations have no time element
:
maintenance, extended life As a novelist, Charles 1
for certain components, and wants to experience a seance. ;:
: : even more efficient perform! of spiritualists
l :, that is a meeting
? ::. .. ance generally. to receive spirit communi
: : x
: .. s.f.R* : = f h / Principal features of the;; cations. With his wife's approval -
j, 1964 line Include
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Madame
he Invites
: .. ." ..< New forwardslantingfront DICK MAKINSON Is Shown Above With The Largest Selection
and the
wry Arcati, a neighbor,
.. pillar on conventionaland Bradmans to be their guests of Rifles and Shotguns and Most Complete line of Ammuni-

!t.. short-hood cabs for easier for an evening of experimentIng tion. All Available At MAKINSON HARDWARE.
\ entry and exit, reduced wind with spirits. Madame Ar
noise, and firmer windshield] of her
cat is not fully aware

mounting. success, bringing Elvira back,
tj: Greatly improved cab for only Charles can see his
il
sealing and insulation against but Ruth, !
. ; ghostly first wife All 1963
dust, weather, and noise, and hearing Charles' half of the .. 1t''vcww
'
.
.. .-. easier operating, more positive
conversation with Elvira, is I .: \J V\t: 12
ga.-16 ga.-20
% < "". door latches.Selfadjusting. frightened, then angry and = ga.
.
brakes: Eloise Gross Shotgun Ammunition
frustrated. as -
'r'l' 6,000 miles front suspension Ruth gives this part all the i .. REMINGTON
'lubricating interval, and, lower In New Waterproof
,' ''... -,, i torment, anxiety, jealousy,
i : _: transmission floor tunnel and love that any audience "SP" Plastic i Body At
i -. .. I T( C .. '"... .:. -.:' iTt 'for most 1/2- and 3/4 ton mod. could ask for. Mrs. Gross is ,
.
.... ; ,. ti I 1 ; els. probably the' most experienced SHOTGUNSHELLS NOEXiRAfOSiL'I
Longer-lived exhaust systems -, in the Guild, she
,:.. -; ":. The first home loan by a savings and loan association was made to a _"..: and lamp filaments. adds actress a fine professional so interpretation 1 To You.

lamplighter in Frankford, Pa., in 1831. The home is still standing. ._.: :!' Higher horsepower 292 to this juicy part.
in. andheavyduty
cu. 6-cylinder engine Both Sue Frances Nybergand

: :" 1.t.. wiring harness in Mary Wooten are new to

It<'t!! "t ";=.,'>,1.. mediumand heavy-duty mod- Guild productions, but both Browning Remington Winchester

els.a have had previous experienceon
'. Addition of three diesel
the stage. As Sue Frances
. :::. models in the heavy-duty tan- "
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time ,
"It's a long ago
Thanks a hundred billion!I., "" Zr dem line and four new square-' but says she's making the part of Model No. 1100 12 Ga. Auto
*. ** ; ; ; foot, high cube forwardcontrol Elvira as appealing and

3/4- and 1-ton van models. naughty as Noel Coward in- Shotgun Remington All
>. ; New optional higher rear hail
tended. Both women
-,- axle capacity of 23,000 lbs. In
from Virginia. Bill Rector is New
the heavy-duty series. in Kis-
I a fifth grade teacher
*
Larger more powerful simmee Elementary and is '_akJb'

This month the savings arid.loan business passes the 100 billion dollar mark in assets engine added durability features -I new to Kissimmee, having
in the Corvair 95 line, just moved down from North

We are proud to be a part of !t. The savings and loan business is built on the right along higher with capacity heavier generator muffler,, Carolina.hard working Van Held member has beena of 55% Less Recoil-7 Times Longer LifeT

human themselves. Its have from and more rugged clutch. here d with 500,000 Shells
and incentive of beings to better assets grown the Guild since moving
The new front hinge pillar
from Ohio. She is presently recording
the thrift of its 35 million savers who are building sound financial futures fort design for conventional and secretary of the organization VEST LEGGINGS
short-hood cabs and regular Nelda Tacal is well HUNTING -

themselves. We join all savings and loan associations in saying to you, our customers "dog-leg panels eliminates greatly the Improvingease former known in Kissimmee businessand GAME CALLS HUNTING SUITS

social circles. CLEANING KITS SNAKE BITE KITS
of exit and entry to the
"Thanks a hundred billion" for your confidence in us. Full of enthusiam for her
driver's .
compartment.Other excellent cast Jerry Phay reports GUN RACKS FOR HOME OR AUTO
i :: cab improvementsfor
in the
.K conventional models in two weeks unusual of progress rehearsals Already CAPS CAMOUFLAGE OUTFITS
I
1 tNiQYY t elude rotary-gear type door Is
the cast of seven rehearsing
.... latches better cab ventilation,
without
the first act lm91rIl11l! Bring Your Gun In Now
and new sound deadening and books. Having the Art and
insulating materials under Center at the corner 1 Willill W For Repair Before Th.
FIRST FEDERAL Cultural lID!! @ID lifill
PER the floor mat, on the dash Streetsin uu
of Byran and Stewart last Minute Rush.
Y10f OL panel and on inner door pan- Is adding .
? 1c which to rehearse
... ,, Kisiwret I : t. CLOUD 41!/ ANNUM els.The much pleasure to the job. Guaranteed Gun Repair
forward-control
70 new With a place the Guild can Expert Workmanship.
DIVIDENDMEMK1 models are offered in the 3/4- call their own for meetings,
and Iton'series with two,
ROOM UYMCS AND LOAN KSUtANCI COtfOSAQON storing costumes, and rehearsing
wheelbases of 125 and 137 .i 'rk
the members can manage 10% OFF
........ inches available in each. They with greater
I, Today savings and loan associations make more than a million home offer more load space with their busy program
Detailed plans are
., loans a year...more than all other financial institutions combined. straight sides for improved In pleasure.the making for transformIng on shotgun
cargo stacking, and feature the front of the old garage

t-_. much Standard improved body lengths visibility.are 10 and Culture now leased Center.to the Into Art shells!!

; :;i and 12 ft., with optional useable, although ad-
length of 10% and 12% ft. really quarters
,
available. Interior height is 72 mittedly temporary In Case Lots
for benefit of other organizations
in. is standard,, with a 76 in.height the Footlight
pw v y. as well as tne .'"
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optional. Theatre Guild. j
The vans are all-steel con-
struction with the interior Other anouncements about IJIIDD GIVEUS
the technical staff for the V!

completely panels. Sprayed lined mastic with steel andoneinch play will be made next week i\ YOUR ORDER TODAYrttft4t !
ticketsare
w : be- ,by Mrs. Phay. Season
fiberglass pads
h 'of and outer pan on sale by members and
tween inner
deadening available at the Charm Shop.Held's I :
els provide sound East ; } NOW 1963-64
66 Station on
It :. and insulation against heat
\. I Rand
Rexall Drugs
and cold. Corrugated steel ;:Vine,Roberson's
HUNTING
LICENSE
flooring is standard, with Florida Realty Counselor -f I i

smooth steel optional. The underbody -II The price is $3 for Tickets the I fJif ON SALE
is fully undercoated. season of three plays.
tan- I' at the door for individual
Three new diesel-power
E r dem models are offered by plays will be $1.25.: I

Chevrolet in 1964 to bring
I
the economy of diesel opera- ,11iErMAKINSON
tion to mixer dump and oth- Neid Honored For I!

er construction jobs.requiring Service
dual-drive axle equipmentThey Company

: will be available in E. P. Neid was honored with!

': tJ L '> three wheelbases of 145, 163 the presentation of a diamond I

,., and 181 inches.In pin denoting 35 years of service'
I I combination with a with the Standard Oil Companyat HARDWARE
\ Hendrickson suspension, two
the 25 year dub meeting held
Eaton axles provide a bogie this week at Jacksonville.: J
'' -- rating of 30,000 Ibs., with unit-aheavyduty Neid has served as agent in i "STORE WITH THE! HORSE OUT ROOT"

\ 34,000 Ib. Kissimmee since August 1928
available as an option. Front with the exception of three years 308 BROADWAY 847-21 COPRESENTED
I-beam 7.000 lb.
axleswith a
which he spent in St. Coud.
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4( The Klsstmmee Gazette Klssfanmee, na., Hum. Sept. 12, 19061
HONORED-The Kmimmee
-1 4r representatives
to Girls' and Boys State at Tallahassee last

Blood At Your CommandIt S Spring, sponsored by the American Legion and Auxiliary,

were honored at a dinner Thursday night. They and the

is that tense moment, when the physician enters Legion members shown above are, left to right seated,

the room, urges immediate surgery and calls for the Mrs. M. R. Boys, Mrs. Vail Kenton, Sandra Adam, Ruth
I Hale and Mrs. Don Brown. Bill Heeren Bill
Standing, ,
necessary pints of blood. The well beihg of the patientis
in the hands of the surgeon; his medical knowledgeand OSCEOLA "B" Squad-Pictured above are members of Bowen, Larry Smith, David Stills, Billy Hale, Mike Callahan Lou Tarcai Jr., Mark Lurie and Wendell Ketch-

the Osceola High School "B" Squad. They are left to Whitewolf, Mike Smith, Dean Brown and Randy Langs- um. (Photo by Hamrick)
skill will see the patient through this time of dis
right, first row, Cookie Icaza Terry Still, George Lane, ton. Third row, Carl Teel, Guy Tindall, Ken Smith, Char- ----- -
tress. But where will the blood come from at a moment's Gary Harrell, Paul Harford, Bill Ramsey, mascot,. Joel lea Croft, Bob Pollom Skipper Moon, Roger Shorey, Woman's Club Barracks 1068 x

notice? Harbison, Ed Duke, Alex Digges,Jerry Stoddard and Paul Larry Houseman, Richard Blevins, and Dan Jolly. (Photo Board To MeetThe To Meet Friday

Eight years ago, the memberst of Kissimmee Elks Evans. Second row, Larry Newman, Jack Tyner, Robert by Hamrick) of
first regular meeting Barracks 1068. World War I
Lodge No. 1873 realized the need for establishing and he Board 01 Managers 01 the Veterans and ladies auxiliary

maintaining a blood reserve with the Central Florida Qssimmee Woman's dub will beheld will meet Friday September
Blood Bank in Orlando. They inaugurated blood do- Special ElectionSet Patrick McCarey Junior Women Tuesday. September 17th. 13th at 7:30 p.m. at the Orange
Buried WednesdayPatrick Fete New Members *it 9:30 a.m. in the club house. Gardens Community building.
nation drives from time to time so that those in need Mrs. Robert Ford will preside. All eligible veterans and ladiesare

of blood could be served quickly in times of emerg- 14 The Junior Woman's Cub met klrs. Fred Conard will be bos- urged to attend these meet-
November 5The Wayland McCarey. 'Tuesday evening for a covered j tess. All members urged to ings held second Friday
are every
encies. First the Elks blood served the former
reserve only great grandson of the I dish supper in honor of the new attend this Important meeting. evening of each month.
members and their families. Soon, however, this reserve Judge J. W. Oliver of Kissimmee, .'members. ..
voters registration books islature for the purpose of vot- died September 3rd in Oxford The new members initiated were
became the of blood for the entire
only source
ol Osceola County will be open ing on three proposed amend- England. Doris Bethune Cathy Brussow, \
County and the Elks took it upon themselves to fill Monday through Saturday start ments to the constitution. On the Surviving are his parents T-Sgt Joan Chandler, Pat England, Bob- MARGIE'SDINER
the need with their blood reserve for the benefit of all ing September 6 through October same day locally the special and Mrs. James A. (Keal) Mc :bie Gant, Margaret Hinton, Connie -
5 at 5 p.m. inclusive, Mrs. Dor- school tax for district one will Carey, stationed at RAF Brize Hunter Ruth Kimberly, Nan-
residents of Osceola County. othy Barber Purdy, supervisor of be held also. Norton Base, Oxford; brother, :cy Mongoven, Mary Jo Morton
And as it began as a charitable endeavor for the registration, said yesterday.Mrs. Michael; sister Erin; grandparents .,Bernice Park Alice Parker 201 East VineWILL

members and continued as a charitable community Purdy said the books will She said the registration office James A. McCarey Orlando, Pauline Rinkus Patsy Sturtevant,'
be open so that persons who will be open from 7 a.m. to 9 and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompson ,and Fern Thompson. A new.mem REOPEN
service for all in need, the Elks blood reserve benefits have not registered may do so p.m. each Monday and Wednesday Detroit, Michigan. ber Jane Parker, was not initi--
no one except those who are helped. The records of for the special election to be held until closing date. Her officeis Funeral services were held ,ated because of illness. 16 f
the past show over six hundred pints of blood obtained November 5. located on the ground floor in Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the chapelof Mrs. Lola Norris presented an Monday, Sept.
This election was provided by the county courthouse in Kis the Riedel Funeral Home, with interesting program about her recent -
I through blood bank drives and over six hun;; the: last session of the state legMethodists- simmee. the Rev. R. I. McKenzie, pastorof trip to Jamaica. She showed See You Then?

dred pints of blood given away, free of charge. Victory Drive Baptist Church. (pictures and many interesting

Now, the simple iQw) of supply and demand is causing . Savannah Georgia in officiating.Rose Hill items purchased while there.
To Interment was Other members present were ,
deep concern for the continuation of this community Cemetery under the direction of Jane Bateman, Gladys Benton,

project: The blood reserve is at its lowest ebb, Riedel Funeral Home. Mary Ellen Carter, Evelyn Crox-

the demand for blood is still on the rise. The Elks Hold ton Bridget Gainer, Delores Jack-
Rally DayThe son, Carol Johnston Barbara
have called for blood bank drive for BIG COOL
a Wednesday, Pioneer Resident Kessler, Barbara Lupfer, Sue Luz-
{ Sept. 25th, from 6:00: to 8:30: to be held at their lodge zader Judy Makinson, Zoe Par- .

.Darlington Ave. If those in need of blood Passed AwayThe rich, Pat Powers, Cynthia Robertson -
quarters on
First Methodist Church will Mrs. Nelson Makinson. These Mary Ruth Rogers Sue
in the future are to be served, 'a deeper sense of community bold a Sunday School Rally Day ,youth include Ronnie Hartley, Ray Stephens, Babs Stout, Marge
1 urgency will have to bring additional donorsof Sunday morning at 9:45 with Cody, Reba Daniel, Mary Jo death of Mrs. Emma Thomas, Carol Veleta, and Ruth SMALL COST
services in the sanctuary. Schreckengast and Julie Ann Schweikart August 31st markedthe Whatley. I II
blood for that And donor well
? evening. every may Special recognition will be givento Miles. passing of one of Osceola I

contemplate, by supporting this community projectand Mary and Barbara Veihman Special sections will be set aside County's pioneers.

by giving a pint of blood: The life you save maybe daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Byard for each class and each teacher She moved here with her family 1 1. (Oonttaoed from peg 1)
Veihman for 10 and 9 years of will be introduced. An award will in 1911 to a 14 acre plot acrossLake 8 00 BAY
your own, !. ', --' ,-. perfect-attendance:respectively. be presented to the,_,class with Tohopekaliga. Their mode'of ._ ,
.
"'I ..'3 r..... ;.Several classes__wiU take part the -largest percentag : New'Book A ded 4''*-"Trio ChecksBoatACade "..". in the services and' members of present. work and school at that time was car COOLIl1CAPACITY I
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the small operator applied
antici- miles across the
2V4
attendance is rowing
the Youth Department will presenta A record by .
To ShelvesThe Route skit on Sunday School Attend- pated for this outstanding event' the brakes. He said the ,
Library
School lake.Mr.. Schweikart, who preceded :larger car skidded for 30 feet. I;
ance, written and directed by in the Sunday year.
following new books have Three members of the Kissim her in death 27 years ago, wasa The small car caught fire on I If
been added to the shelves of the mee Boat-A-Cade board traveledto plumber for Osceola Hardware impact and the bodies of the j
Hart Memorial Library, accord Okeechobee to check on the Plans Made For until his retirement and was a three in the compact were. burn 99995A
ed beyond recognition.The
ing to Mrs. Mary Hansell, li- outlook for the forthcomingcruise. school board member in Pennsyl- fire
vania in 1905( .06. small car caught on
brarian. .
"The Last Love.,. Thomas B. Arlo Lawrence Wells Moon, Mrs. Schweikart confined her Impact. The fuel tank of the GENERAL ELECTRIC

Costain: "Fishing for Fun," Her and K. C. Moore Jr. went up the United Fund DriveAt activities to raising her family of small car is up there frontStafford .
said was a
pos.sibility
bert Hoover; "City of Night," river with Jim Lucas of the six children and lived a happy,

11 John Rechy; "Salt," Herbert Army Engineers and Barry a meeting held August 30th named. They include Elsie Baker.healthful life. She celebrated her a one man.of"We the Negro can't tell personswas yet Tku&

# Gold; "The Wild ,Grapes." Bar- Baldwin of the flood control a group of civic minded residents Craig Bell Lou Berson Bob Bob- 94th birthday with last members month with of her a as the bodies were burned beyond -
_ bara Jeffers; "April, Morning," district.As gathered at the Chamber of Commerce roff, Al Cody, Jimmie Cox, Fleming dinner party recognition. However, we
i'' Howard Fast; "Forgotten Pioneer a result of the trip plans to organize a United Fund Dame, Gordon Dawson, J. C. family. are sure that two of them were ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
_ ," Harry. Golden; "Our remain unchanged Moore said. for Osceola County.: Ellison, John Gehrett Vida Gould. female."
Mother's House," Julian Gloag; Accompanying the three from Temporary officers appointedwere Roy Greenoitgh Kenneth Higman Rebekahs Plan Stafford said there was no indication .

"The.. Shoes of the Fisherman.; Kissimmee was Dan Rocker. Horace Phipps, president; Charles Hodgins, Pete Hunt, Jean either car was exceeding TWO-SPEED COOLING LOW for qitfet wilt

Charles Mendel, first vice presi- Kibler. Don Lettow. Busy Schedule the speed limit. comfort or HIGH for maximum cooUitf.O '
dent; Lou Berson second vice Stafford said Comfort's drivers
president; Steve Miller, treasurer Also Ralph Lnhmaim Martha Friendship night and the 112th license listed his occupation as AUTOMATIC THERMOSTAT . ";cIisJ 1 3
and Don Lettow, secretary. Marshall, Fred McDaniel, Charles, anniversary of the Rebekah De- a builder. fvtt-right temperature. Choose from ten setting
The next meeting will be held Mendell Steve Miller Bill Morse, gree will be observed at Kissimmee The accident believed to be O WASHAILE AIR FILTER . sorts tIMe( e4oomy. .
't 1 September 12th at 7:30 pan. in Ruth Padgett, H. E. Phipps, Glenn Rebekah Lodge Mo. 42 on one of the worst to occur on the It washes right In the sink.
the chamber office to make plans, Ray Art Scalli, Neil Shelhom, Monday, September 16th, at 8 almost desolate stretch of high- O ADJUSTABLE AIR DIRECTOR..allows *.%&f
for the drive which will get un Henry Simmons, Ray Smith, Carroll p.m. at the Woman's dub Build- way, occurred 13 miles west of dbehorf. for maximum penetration or on ttpwsjJPARKS
i derway October 1st. Starling, Russell Thacker and ing on Oak Street. here about mid-morning. ybts. 45-d..r..
r '' Tentative directors have been Warren YorkBronk The Officers dub will meet The accident was the fourthone

wi Tuesday night September 17th in less than a month to claim
with Mrs. Mary Kerr, 413 Fast five or more lives. FURNITURE COMPANYKISSIMMEE
i Robert B. Love Osteen Cherry Street, at 8 p.m. Six persons were killed in a .
a The Past Noble Grand dub will two-car accident! south of Green 'ST. CLOUD
Died At Bay Pines Passed Away Mon. meet Thursday night, September Cove Springs on Aug. 14, six 847-4171 892.1011IpWINPROGRS
i 26th with Mrs. Frances Hewitt were killed in a car-truck accident
503 Emmett Street at 8 p.m. Aug. 22 Brooksv le.
Robert B. Love Sr., 68. of the Roscoe A. (Bronk) Osteen 65, near -
Tropical Hotel. Kissimmee, pass- passed away at his home, at the and five were killed Aug. 31 in
r ed away in Bay Pines Veterans: Bronson Ranch, Canoe Creek, late BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr. ; a car-train accident near Dade
Hospital Tuesday night.A Monday night. Qty
native of Jonesboro North Born April 5. 1S9S at Cocoa and Mrs. Stanley Anthony.

{ t I _ _ _ _ Carolina,, be had been a resident the son of Henry B. Osteen and''Jr. of Adelphi. Maryland an-
of this community for the past 3 Missouri Jane Partin Osteen, he nounce the birth of a daughter ARCADETHEATRE
KICKOFF DINNER-Jack Yearwood head coach at years. lived most of his life in the Christmas Pamela Jill on Tuesday. Au-
He was a retired refrigeration' gust 27th. OUR NEVER-BEFORE
Osceola'County
Osceola High School receives a generous portion of steak, engineer and a member of the area moving to
from Floyd Shepherd, president of the Athletic Associa- 8 years ago. : Mr. and Mrs. W. F. King of
Baptist Church. He was a veteran -
He veteran of Matinee Sat-Sun..
was a World War with 2:30Eve.
1407 Verona beaming
tion at the annual Football Kickoff Dinner held last Friday of World Wars 1 and 2- are
2. ..pride over the arrival of a son., Performance 7 p.m. MIX MATCH
It night (Photo by Hamrick) Survivors include one son. Robert Survivors include three brothers William Scott. This new addition or
B. Love Jr., Orlando One
Ed Osteen and
William Os- to their family] was born June FRL-SAT., SEPT 13-14
daughter, Mrs. Shirley Ann ,
teen, both of rhrigtrreaj aM Gilmore -.ISth. I
Deistchle. of Japan. Half.brother H. Osteen, of Canoe Greek' "THE YELLOW
Stacy Love. Sanford,, North Caro
Funeral services were held at' : CANARY"with De' -
lina.Funeral 10:30 aon. Saturday at the interment SOUTH TRAIL
J services were held at in the Christinas cemetery PAT BOONE.
2:30 pan. Saturday from the Gris-' with Elder John Canada, offu3atln& DRIVEINTHEATRE Ptu
sam Chapel, with the Rev. Pat Casketbearers
r were Oscar
a' R. Wknbexiey, offidating. Military "CRY FREEDOM"SUN.MON. j
i At Lee Partin, H. H. (Doc) VITAMIN SALE !
Escort was courtesy Makin-i Earl Partin Charles (Partin.1

son-Carson Post Number lOot Bronson and Legkonaires Neil ., SEPT. 15-16 .
American Legion and McCoy Air Sbellhorn and K. Norman WbitePresentation ORLANDO/FLORIDA'
Force Base. Interment was in
of the
Flag was wir.test'
A ,e.r Rose Hill Cemetery. Grissom Funeral Maklnson: -Carson Post Number < Tit ..FI.-SAT.

t Q.i rangements.Home was in charge of ar som Funeral 10, American Home was Legion in charge Gris SEPT. 12-13-14 I 1/4 OFF

i of arrangements First autHor

W. W. Parker) Showing I WHEN YOU BUY TWO 1M MIllE

z Dr. GaBBawayToI, "DONOVAN'S
L. Resigns Post I MIXED MTCHO

; Speak Here Suaday> REEf" SALE COVERS COMPLETE LINE 6F FAMIUS

W. W. Parker who has' served Dr. Bruce Gannaway. district! wlthJOHNIWAYNE! f
DE PIEE QUALITY YfTAMW-MHCRAL FMWCTS
as head of the Osceola County] superintendent of the First Methodist s
TEAM FETED-The Hunt Brother, Al and Pete, entertained -* Welfare office for 10 years, had Church will be the i guest: 7:30 '2.-00
the members of Hunt Bros. Softball team and their: resigned. speaker at the local church Sunday j YOUNGPHftADilPHIANS" SAVE MOW-SALE EllS SEPT. lit
'wire at a barbecue. The team not only ended the season In his fetter to the county commissioners morning at the XL aun. serv" "THE

{ as champions but defeated the All Star team in a benefit; Parker also resigned ice.He HUNT BROS.
the position of veteran service of-> win also conduct the quarterly
t, game last,week and were scheduled to play the Florida. ficer. conference in the sanctuaryat -wJ h .

Crackers Women team last',night Shown above is Al The rpgJgnatV'n, which was accepted 2:30 p.m., PAUL HiNMAN

H0irt dishing out the steak.to Earl,Moody and his wife, with regret, will be effective All members and friends are I i 9t-S- _ :_:" '-' 4\ "THE OP N F
Gail. Photo October J
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I j|'Elementary- School NewsBy I t . SAVE qT

PEGGY BRADBURY THRIFTY MAID I PINEBREEZE

Il'.,u good to b< bark. Hack were added this year in levels 'Clair/ ind Larry Pope. i
to school with our children one and four and grades Mrs. Tilly and Mrs. RachelC. t ICE I Medium t1L
and l hack with our column four, five, and six. Chesnut werp taken by surprise I I
sharing some of' the nc'wof Eleven new teachers joinedour when T'rry.fIJ'} (' said.
our school with friends of the faculty this year. They "Look what T found. And he sI sI j,4J
community. arc Mrs. Mnitland W. Koonee held up a six inch blacksnake
Boys and girls officially Mrs. Ruth Nichols, Mrs. Jerry he had found on the M1LKEGGS
started school) September 3. Phay Mrs. I urn Miller, Mrs. playground.Mrs. .
Opening enrollment figure Ruth Ahhclt, Mr. Robert Rector Ch nut.'s room tins 1
stood al 776. Of this total 333: Mrs. Sadie fleece Mrs. been Tilled with tears and'' 1I 1t
were boys and 383 were girls. Alvin Seylcr Mrs. Pal Tilly laughter. Some of lie little
) Last year 672 children were Miss Melissa Hill and MissElaine level ones are having trouble Op ES
accounted for on opening day. Knight. leaving home for the first HALF fl sTOa
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New students have come in The first meeting of the 1 PTA time. A play telephone i is! a Doz. ;
daily during this past week so will he held soon. Chil- way of leaching the I boys and GAL TALMADGE WHOLE or HALF
our enrollment has swelled dren will brim home noticesas irltheir phone numbers.
even greater. to the time and place. lxe Hibley and Colleen I Country Ham 69iI
ALL FLAVORS GRADE "A" ,
FRESH FLORIDA
Again, our school is under Mrs. George Y. Bast. Jr., llooney called their mothersand
the leadership of Principal level teacher, had make believe conversalion. . .. ,
one compliments a Jt "S.iIlil.f:; .. ' .-.
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Louis Feucrslein. Mrs. !Mel haFeuerstein the parents on the : T '7i (
continues- ; secretary good job they .have* done in Just to prove that little "\ .... .
of the Kissimmee Kle-: preparing the children for children! like to think big the
menlary School. This school school. This year 'wasn't as level one room of Mrs. I Louise
is housed In three separate confusing to the children as Elliott: made up the following a ,
buildings Mary Bryan Emma other years. Their altitude is story, about dinosaurs: Dinosaurs -
Yowcll, and Central. good and they are willing to are terrible lizards. ' FULLY
There are 34 teachers . share their toys, snacks! and They lived many, many years r REG. 39
30 in the classroom two for games. ago.: They are huge. Some eat
music, one librarian and one One day a youngster said meal. Some eat plants. Dinosaurs ' *
teacher for the exceptionalchildren. "When will it be lime for come from eggs. r* -fjJf- : -- : CUT-UP GRADE "A"
i
juice?" And :. little girl in The drawing they made of s b'; .
Hue to increased enrollmentfive the hack said to herself( out dinosaurs wen so real looking QUICK FROZENFRYERS

_additional._. -- .classrooms- loud) "Now that's' a good they would frighten the
question." bravest child. .. _
When walking to the library Terry llersey and llecky _
PIZZAFIIEEZE"TE. this conversation between two Moore of Mrs. .ludy Davis
level one children was over level seven class, led the x
heard. "What is your name'? lunch lines on the first day of
I I like you Will you IN my M'hnnl. They were very good
DIUVE-IN friend?" The children seem leaders and showed the class Quantity Rights Reserved '
to have become acquainted how to walk nicely to the i Prices Good Thru r
with one another sooner this lunch room.Everyone ,
I September 14th ;
year . which i is :i sign of in Mrs.<< Alvin Sey-
COMING OCT. 3rd maturity.Mrs. ler's level seven class made **iMM-0ixip 4brrftiNT rreww.tM' .UML Limit i
Pat Tilly's level one 100 on the first clliiig| leM.
In The Kissimmee Gazette room has a tree that I sproutsa "This group was asked lo draw three
colorful leaf each lime one something that ended with '
all Florida of the children eats all ur his the letter T Sam Lupfcr bur REGULAR *9< COPILAND ALL MEAT '11I(" "! J at
lunch. These children have rigidly finished his picture and
V contributed to the tree's beau. came to the leacher's desk. I this
liful growth of leaves thai this I is Wieners 3 9
The MA(.iA1.1 N I': fur : Kim "I must tell you a LB ?
Adams Rita Raxley. Jim Had- gnat.:* said Sam. There in the .. price,
Florida. (Living ders. T.itirie AT('A1ill'n. JoanPo.sey. middle of the page: was a
Plus Cynthia Rogers. navic1Fricl1.'y little dot.Mrs. please.Flounder ,
Complete TV Pam Winshiiry Chris REGULAR Jf . FIIH, FILLETS

PROGRAM SCHEDULEFor linn Bryant, J. TV Kennel grade. and Mary Mrs.Dyal's Peggy fourth C'Ilradbury's Delicious, satisfying, yet far from fattening . that'schicken.
Osceola County! Phillip Hartley, Reeky Jo Bar level four I"H.I1had I 39 ). An overage serving of chicken contains only
her Robin Sloddard, Itc'lc't LB.
|erfecl attendance for one third to one half as many calories as on equivalent
I Hw first week.In serving of many popular meats . yet plenty of needed
Mrs. ))Y 1ls' mum Nancy protein. It's truly a dieters' dish.
Bauer Joanne Tibhclls.. Nellie

Hansel I( ). Edna Barlee. Nevcda x .. .
T..1mb. Charles darner,
A Family MatterThe Sharon Muller, Calvin Key. 1I ,
Linda ,Joiner and Julie Wcln 1 .
er all made 100 lo start- the t
alone should select the
family .
.,, siiclliiig contest in Hit room
funeral director who, in'their opinion ' Mrs. Jean Donahue, musicteacher
for Itcadincss through:
will serve them best. Obviously level nine, is gearing: her music _ .
this decision should be made for enjoyment. Children 50 Extra Top Vake Stands
have had fun. choosing WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OfAstor
i m without. outside influence or pressure rhythm instruments lo dramatize POUlt r... FROM"
Choosing a funeral director some of the favoritesongs Gut Corn
This Old Man. Dixie.Marine .
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should always be strictly.family Uvmn ete. I .1 OOOO TMHU .vtEM.SR I4TN
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GOiit" RlEDEL have IHMMI learning i train.
songs.: Since Ihe train runs 1t I50
right by the Emma Yowell Extra Top Vatae Stag*
.4 HOUR uroaJ1omeAMM school I these classes in Hint
GRAPES CORN
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
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.vlCt lei SSIMM(( FLORIDA Dummy Line and let onHoard.
.I.. W(.'II he looking i forsome Cake

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year Mrs Pal Tilly from 50 Extra Top VaIa Sta.
Mary Bryan Mrs. Judy Davis
COUPON AND PURCHASE Of
WITH THIS
and Mrs. Mary Dyals from
Emma: Yowell. and Mrs. SadieICeece SAVE 5} IACH . SHOWBOAT Limit with $5.00 order or more. Town No '. CAN. SLUE BAT
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House In Osceola County. Florida, ing and must state the place of 1 deceased. r C Tbe Kkabxxnee Gazette Klsslmcnee, Fbu, Than. Sept 12, H6S
NOTICESIN I will offer for sale and sell to residence of the claimant and must This 9th day of August. A.D.
the highest bidder for cash In be sworn to by the claimant his 1963.
OSCEOLA THE COUNTY CIRCUIT, FLORIDA COURT hand the above described prop agent or attorney, or the same will /a/ Edith Hostetler I FCD To Hold Public 20 Cases Slated
SILVER SHIELD CORPORA- ) erty of said defendants to satisfy become void according to law. Executrix Meeting FridayHours
of the estate of Fall
nON. a Florida Corporation ) said exl'CUtlon. This the 21st day of August For l Court:
) ROBERT M. BUCKELS 1963. Katherine Hostetler.
Plaintiff. Sheriff of Osceola County. I'PHILLIP R. KELLEY.: deceased
WILLIAMvs; and j) Florida Executor of the Estate of Murray W. Overstreet Jr. ol operation of new boat County into the Lake. 3, extends from a point just west Arraignment of at least 30 persons
CONSTANCE M. GREEN ) By William R. Bunge. D.S. Lillian St. Clalr. deceased. Attorney for executrix locks on the Klssimmee River Three public hearings, at Okee- of U. S. Highway 27 and State accused of a VMJfety of
Sept. :5 S,. 12. 19. 26. 1953 Phillip.R. Kelley P.O. Box 492Klssimmee
his wife ) Attorney Florida and on the northwest shore of chobee, Kissimmee and Moore Road 84 to the South New River crimes are scheduled t* fee held
)
Defendants ) IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY P. O. Box, 331Klssimmee August 22. 29, Sept. 5. 12. 1963 Lake Okeechobee will be considered Haven were held in August when Canal at Fa Pumping Station 9. before CIreuit Court Judge Mur-
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S GIVEN SALE JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY, Aug. 29. Sept.Florida 5. 12. 19. 1963 by the Governing Board of the citizens presented views concern- Shaped like a U, the levee is ray Overstreet on Sept. 7$.
that NOTICE L Robert IS M.HEREBY Bu kels. Sheriff FLORIDA.NOTICE TO CREDITORS Police Thwart Central and Southern Florida ing hours of operation of me new designed to reduce seepage and This Is the schedule which
ol Osceola COunty Florida under IN RE THE ESTATE OF ) NOTICE OF" INTENTION TO Breakin Flood Control District at a public locks. The FCD Board will now provide better water control in State Atty. Arthur L. Steed!' now
and execution by virtue heretofore of the Issued Judgmentand out a/k/LILLIAN LILLIE ST. ST.CLAIR.CLAIRand )) IN MAKE THE FINAL COUNTY DISCHARGE JUDGE'S AttemptA meeting at 9:00 ajn.. Friday, in consider establishment of hours the big Conservation Area which has. He has spent the past two
of the above entitled court. In the a/k/a MRS. C E. ST. ) COURT OSCEOLA COUNTY. police officer on regular pa- the Sugarland Auditorium at dew- for the lakeshore locks and recommendations supplies fresh water to both Bro- days investigating the cases pre-
above plaintiff styled cause recovered wherein Judgment said CLAIR. Deceased. )) RE: ESTATE FLORIDAIN OF trol discovered a Sanford man iston. to be forwarded to ward and Dade Counties. pared by various law e tarce-
against said defendants In the aggregate To all Creditors, Legatees. Distribute KATHERINE HOSTETLER. behind Winn-Dixie store here Six locks on the Kissimmee Riv- the Army Corps of Engineers for ment agencies In the eow t .
est and costs sum ,of have$572.36 levied, plus upon inter-the Claims or, and Demands all Persons against having said TO ALL Deceased WHOM IT MAY CON early Wednesday and arrested er and one between Lake Cypressand the hours of operation of lockson Mike T. Kroell He said it appears that there
following described personal property Estate: N otlce him on suspicion of attemptingto Lake Tohopekaliga will per- the Kissimmee i Waterway. The will be so many crirafaMl trials
to-wlt: You and each of you are hereby Is hereby filed given her that final Edith re- break and enter. mit boats of six-foot draft to navi- FCD will operate all nine locks.In Ends Basic required in Osceola County that
has
One 1957 Ford Country Squire notified and required to presentany Hosteller TrainingMichael
Title No. 3726407 claims which you. or either of turn as executrix of the estate of Eugene Washington 42, of gate the 97-mile-long Kissimmee other business Friday, the not all of them will be handled
ID No. D7UY123249 you. may have against the estateof Katherine Hosteller deceased for final; that discharge . Sanford was apprehended by Patrolman waterway now being improved be- FCD Board will receive for acceptance T. Kroell. 18, son of during the regularly scheduled
1963 Florida License 26W2210as Lillian St. Clalr. deceased late she has filed petition
the property of the above nam- of Osceola County. Florida, to the and that she will apply to I Bobby Fomes of the tween Lake Okeecbobee and the (for operation and main- Mr. and Mrs. John T. Kroell of period.He .
ed defendants and that on the 7th County Judge of said County at the Honorable O. P. Johnson,'Klssimmee Police Department city of Kissimmee. Two locks in tenance) Levee 68-A. recently 501 Poinsettia Lane. Kissimmee, said there will be at least
day of October, 1963. between the his office In the Court House at County Judge of Osceola County. 20 trials. weeks have
Only two
legal hour of sale, namely. 11:00. Kissimmee. Florida. within six Florida on the 23rd day of Septeber mshortly after he had climbed the Herbert Hoover Dike on the completed in Broward County at is undergoing nine weeks basic
o'clock In the forenoon and 2:00 months from the date of the first 1963 for approval of same and down from the roof of the build- northwest shore of the Lake per- a cost of $276.000. The new levee training at the Naval Training been allotted during the forthcoming -
o'clock In the afternoon on said publication of this Notice. Each for final discharge as executrix ol term of court
day at the front door of the Court claim or demand must be In writ the estate of Katherine Hostetler Ing, Police Chief Bob Best said. mit boats to navigate from Glades located inside Conservation Area! Center, Great Lakes, 111.


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: Minimum charge up Pomeranian puppies AKC : ATTENTION HANDYMAN I Ii IN CIRCUIT COURT *XR THE WINT 1RcyJtIR'tIRWu'h THE Johnson County Juuge of Osceola

words. . .........75c i Your painting and minor repair NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 1, O* County, Florida, on the 14th day
to 15 ., . ..o. : tered tiny, lovable and regis-I REALTORAMASALE FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OSCE'i FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OSCE of October 1963. for approval of

Each additional word.... 5c thy. Also pedigree work can be your down payment OLA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. OLA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY same and for final discharge as
I I 3 bedroom 2 bath home. JOSEPH A. CORDNER. et al, WERNER SCHOEBERLEIN. a Executrix of the estate of Robert
\ Classified Display tens. Phone 892-2208. Lake Liz- j Plaintiffs vs. ALBERT D. CORO widower. Plaintiff vs RUDOLPHA. W. Ford. deceased.
zie Road St. Cloud. Kissimmee Highlands. Call collect NER a widower et ai, RASCHE. an unmarried man. This 5th day of September 1963
i' (Boxed) per inch........$1.10 Cherry 1-5351 Orlando SUIT TO QUIET Defendants'j Ct al. Defendants SUIT TO QUIET LOTTIE P. FORD
OF SUIT THE STATE OF FLO TITLE. NOTICE OF SUIT. THE Lottie P Ford. Xxeeutrlx
Deadline for all Classified FOR SALE: 8mm Keystone projector Evenings and weekend 241. RIDA TO: ALBERT D. CORDNER. I STATE OF FLORIDA TO: RU. of the Estate of Robert W.

Advertising 5 P.M.Tuesday I with case. Model KlOS.I 4S69 or Cypress 3-4082 Orlando. a widower. 1208: N 2nd Street Bis DOLPH A. RASCHE. a widower. Ford. deceased.
INCOME marck. N. Dakota ; ABEGAIL 242 Glenmary Ave. Cincinnati. Murray W. Overstreet. Jr.
prior to publication. I Also Satin wedding gown. Size PROPERTYUALCS MAIRIE CORDNER TYLER and J. Ohio. and OSCAR W KUHN and Attorney for Executrix

10 with beaded lace Motif. j W TYLER. her husband. Star I CLARA G KUHN. his wife. Oenral : P.O. Box 492. Kisslmmee. P1*.
CLASSIFIED SALE Route No.2. River Road. Bis Delivery. Cincinnati, Ohio. If Sept. 12. 19. 26. Oct. 3. 1963:
i Phone 847-3824. !! marck. N. Dakota; MADELINE I living. and If dead their unknown I
ADVERTISING RATES ELIZABETH CORDNER CHILDS. heirs at law legatees devisees and
I FOR SALE: B flat Bundy clari-, CARDS OF THANKS and JAMES L. CHILDS her hus! grantees. and any and all persons

I, net. good condition. Make offer band. 710 2nd Street. N.W., Man- having or claiming any right. titleor I STOVU KOTUOBAYOU
Phone 847.2881 j dan. N. Dakota; and any and all Interest In and to the lands :
to Roy Miller. Evenings. 6th 4 completely furnished CARD OF THANKSWe parties claiming Interests by. described as follows located In Os-I USED
I
To Place Your Ad turn left off Michigan Avenue, ] wish to thank Ed Grissom. through, under or against the ceola County. Florida. to-wit: I
above named known parties; and Lots Thirteen (13) and Fourteen
I- after leaving 441. 'J apartments PLUS especially for his kindness to any and all parties having or (14) of Section Four (4). FURNITURE

us in the recent loss of sis claiming any right. title or Interest In Township TwentyJlve (25) Sewell-Thu ond
FOR SALE: Piano refinished I 1 furnished cottage my in and to the following described South. Range Thirty-one (31). 'I
ARTICLESFOR ter. Mrs. Daisy Hodge and to lands located In Osceola County. East. according to the New Plat I 1013 Wed Ctwch ORLANDO
and rebuilt-EXPERT TUN- I friends and neighbors that call Florida. to-wit: of Narcoossee. Osceola County.
SALEBARGAIN ING. For appointment dial &.J7I : Lots Eleven (11) and Twelve State of Florida. as filed in the 'I -- .
Beautiful Building ed. Your kindness will not be (12) of Block Three Hundred office of the Clerk of the Circuit
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3063. ."" I "" .L. M Occasions
Court of Osceola County. Flo Flowers For All
I : forgotten.Mrs. uttwuo.io; wi uic iuwn 01 au -
I Well Constructed and Maintained Cloud. Florida according to the rida.
FOR SALE: 1961 Ford, 6 cylinder Jennie Allen sister Plat of the Town of St. Cloud. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
BARN Carports and Private Baths for Each Unit Mrs. Helen rlson. niece florida. as filed and recorded In that Plaintiff has Instituted suit ELLIE HUGH'S
C mb. Ie. zippers S.; Teeth I stick, Very Nice. $995. I the office of the Clerk of the against you In the above styled
Brasht 7e: Ear Doha Se; Sb... Call 847-2463. Fine Neighborhood, Close In Steady Income Card of Circuit Court of Osceola County. irn to quiet the title of Plaln- I FLORIST
Thans
87e; Socks lie; PUI.. I Florida. on the 31st day of Au and to the above describedproperty
Shirt. |i. Puts $1; DresE; I We wish to express gratitude toaD .gust. A.D. 1909. In Plat Book and you are hereby summoned M7-4S11
BOAT FOR SALE-16.
*1.$0; 1tg S5e; NyIo.. SX; I fibre-1 friends B". on pages 33 and 34. I ordered and required to IS ttOABWAT -
Haakles 5e; Panties ISe; Belts glass offshore type, wide. Financing Arranged $23,000;) known and unknown NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN file your written vnswer or defenses
ISe; Caps 15*; Spreads I2.W:, safe. Side curtains back- our deepest appreciation shown that Plaintiffs have instituted suit l to the Complaint filed In
Hair deep against In the above he above in the office
Net. 4e; T-Shirt. Sk; during you styled styled cause I
Nearly Everybody Trade. at The drop. New convertible top and the time of Dr. Amos'sillness Court to quiet the title of PlaintiffsIn of the Clerk of the Circuit Court LEARN BARBERINOlasvre

Bargain Barn. C.me to Slbert I battery. 35 HP electric and death especially to and to the above described for the Ninth Judicial Circuit of Year future la a
Mills Warehouse in Daveapert. new FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS Dr. and Mrs. H. A. property and you are hereby summoned Florida. in and for Osceola County. -I weli-paytag prere.....
Immediately. Follow the sins, starting Evinrude and trailer. Strasser ordered and required to at his office In the Courthouse A Nlfmt Clas...
BARGAIN BARN. I 847-4361: after 5 or Sat- the staff of Osceola Hospitaland file your written answer or defenses In Kissimmee. Florida. on or be- Day V.A. ApproTed
Opea Week Day, Aad Sunday* p.m. to the members of various to the Complaint filed In lore the 14th day of October. A.D I I
urday. INC.. the above styled cause In the office 1963. and to serve a copy thereof I Orlando Barber College
churches throughout Osceola of the Clerk of the Circuit on Plaintiffs'resttrsrni whosename !: 3399 8. Orange Blossom Tr.
County. Court for the Ninth Judicial: Circuit and out be- GA 5.Z76
of Florida. In and for Osceola low. Should you fall to do so. Decree I
2 Broadway Kissimmee County. at his office In the Court- Pro Confesso will be entered -
house In Kissimmee. Florida. on against you. WITNESS my handas
LAKE FRONT HOMECBS 847-3156 847-3157 LEGAL NOTICES or before the 30th day of Septem Clerk of said Court and the Call. ,
ber. A.D. 1963. and to serve a seal of said Court at Kissimmee
copy thereof on Plaintiffs' attorney Osceola County Florida. this 6th Parks Furniture Co.
IN THE COURT : COUNTY
HOME newly decorated, beautifully furnished. Orkin i JUDGE OSCEOLA 01l""I'HF.COUNTY, whose name and address is day of September, A.D. 1963.
set out below. Should you fall to (CT. CT SEAL)
KEROSENE FUEL OIL
bonded air-conditioned Florida 1 Vi baths 2 PHIL- FLORIDAOTICF. For Prompt tp.ir of Tow
room, car I do so. Decree Pro Confesso will sGLENN RAY
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. FOR RENT OF INTENTION TO ,be entered against you. WITNESS Clerk Circuit Court KEFRIOflATOftf
garage, 16" Thunderbird fiber glass boat with BRAND OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 MAKE DISCHARGE.IN APPLICATION. FOR FINAL I my hand as Clerk of said Court Osceola County. Florida
I Furnished and the seal of said Court at Kis W. Overstreet. Jr. 1474171Christian
apartments 3-room Murray
NEW 45
H.P. Mercury motor Gator trailer, boat house, NORTH MAIN ST. 847-3941. downstairs, 1 3-room upstairs, 1 RE THE HERMAN ESTATE CARL OF WICKIN simmee. Osceola County, Florida. Attorney for PlaintiffP.O. I

and lawn mower to care for the % acre shaded lot which efficiency room. Ohio Apts., 108 PROBATETO this 1963. 26th day of August A.D. hUsslmmee.. Box 492 Florida I .

is situated on a sandy bottom lake near Kissimmee. N. Vernon St. Call at Apt. or CONCERN ALL WHOM IT MAY (CT. CT. SEAL) Sept. 12, 19, 26. Oct. 3, 1963 I Science
phone 8473669.CLEANINGEST. GLENN RAY
Where skiing, swimming and fishing is excellent or '- Notice is hereby given that I Clerk Circuit Court
you FOR RENT
have filed my final report as Administrator IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT. Society
Osceola County Florida II
can just relax on your own private beach. This lovely of the Estate of HER- Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. OSCEOLA COUNTY
1st. Med. Mte of Rack
.
cleaner MAN CARL WICK. deceased thatI FLORIDA.NO.
Carpet : .
home has all the built-in extras that you would put in I have filed pettllon for final discharge Attorney for PlaintiffsP. I Moath M 1'...
FOR RENT 3 room furnished you ever used so easy too, Get and that I will apply to O. Box 492. IN RE ESTATE OF I 30* N. ltand.ipkI..d.y

your own home, but at no extra cost to you, because apartment. One bedroom. Blue Lustre. Rent electric the Honorable O P. Johnson. Kissimmee, Fla. 1963 ROBERT W. FORD. Deceased I Servksi. . . . 11 a...
29. Sept. 5. 12. 19.
Owner: must sell due to illness. ALL THIS AND MUCH screened porch Carport. Rea- shampooer $1.00. Parks Fur- County Florida. Judge on the of 30th Osceola day County.of Sep August NOTICE MAKE APPLICATION OF INTENTION FOR TO I. {..4.y Scaeel . . . tiJO ai .

MUCH MORE for $27,500.Or sonable. 416 S. Dillingham. niture Company. .tember. 1963. for approval of same IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FINAL DISCHARGETO I'
and for final AdminIstrator
i discharge as ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -
( Owner will sell unfurnished for less) WHY DONT YOU make your of the Estate of HERMAN NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN : ,
FOR RENT-6 boom unfurnishedhouse. CARL WICK deceased. AND FOR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN GREEN'S FUEL
8 Brack Street Call 847- permanent home at the Hunter This 31st day of August AD 1963. OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDANO. that Lottie P. Ford has filed her
6547
Florida /WILLIAM WICK.Administrator final report as Executrix of the ,
Arms Hotel St. Cloud 'I
DAVIS AGENCY 3702 after 6 p.m. of the DONALD LEE RORICK. ) Estate of Robert W Ford, deceased -', Sales and Service
? Write Box 668, Ken Kel. Estate of Herman Carl Plaintiff ) ; that she has filed petition )

FURNISHED downstairs apart- der or Phone 892-2902. Wick. Deceased. VL fc.r final discharge: and that she
ANN RORICK. )
MAIN STREET JANET
114 THACKER AND THACKER will apply to the Honorable O. P. WOW M7-4I72 M74171KISSIMMZ1
ment. Reasonable rent. 304 S. Kissimmee Florida Defendant. )
; KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA Dillingham. 203 S. FOR RENT: Two room aparf- Attorneys for Administrator _. ) --
Inquire
ment air-conditioned Moore- Sept. 5, 12. 19. 26. 1963 NOTICE OF SUIT SAND ROCK
Clyde Ave. or call 847-3013 TO: MRS. JANET ANN RORICK For Gas Delivery: Phone
field Building opposite Post 11017 Haves. Apartment No. 1 MORTAR MIX
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after 5 P.M. Harold Wigal; 847-2058
Detroit 13.
Office. Also two bedroom YOU ARE HEREBY Michigan' NOTIFIEDthat STEEL & WIRE MESH I R. A. Fletcher 147- 539

SINGER AUTOMATICSewing Room and bath for one. Private house, 606 Emmett. NOTICE books of a Complaint for Divorce has Kenneth B1.dsoi
The voters registration been filed against you. and you 892-7695 (St. Cloud]
Close be
entrance. in. 118 South Osceola County, Florida. will are required to serve a copy of w
Beaumont. Phone 8474011.FOR open Monday through Saturday. your Answer or pleading to the For Go Service: Phone
Machines Like New Makes ButtonHoles
: beginning September 6th. 1963. Complaint on the Plaintiffs attor J. B. Rovntr. 847-4062

d Sews on Buttons, Monograms, Em- RENT: Four room furnished WANTEDPOODLE through P.M.. inclusive October for 5th. the 1963 Special at 5 ney.North GEORGE Court Street.L. CLAPHAM.Post Offloe 60 Robert Men

broiders, etc . All without attachments,. . heated apartments. Cooking Election as provided b** the last Box 2062. Orlando. Florida and Emory 8ronon 847- 570
session of the State Legislature leo Girourd 847-2061
file the original Answer or pleadIng -
New Over '300.00, Balance now due only facilities. First Floor. Separate for the purpose of voting on three in the office of the Clerk of R. H. HaS 892.1212, St. Cloud

entrances. Adults-no animals. CLIPPINGComplete (3) proposed Amendments to the the Circuit Court on or before the or call H. T. Smmo, Mgr.
89.86 or 8.26 monthly. Liberal Tradein Constitution. Also on the
: pay State 18th day of October. 1963. If you '
6174 Patrick. grooming. Two experienced d op same day the Special Tax School fall to do so. a decree pro confesso KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX 8474819
on:, yoyr old machine ... Call now for FREE Phone 847-2565 847- District No. 1 Election will beheld will be taken against you for threlief C.
erators. or Rotwrf
k FOR RENT: Small apartment said Election date Is November in the Complaint CXBerry 847-3219
HOME TRIAL DEALER 241-9587 Orlando
rgan.edI C. C
Iyt8474457
3670. 8 a.m. to 12 noon for ap 5th. 1963 J Osceola
Collect. rooms. Phone 847-2198. Close in. The Registration office will be County. Florida this 6th day of Phone: 847-3524 John fyon. 3t Cloud 892-3482
110 Emmett. pointment. open from 7 till 9 P.M. each Mon- September 1963.GLENN. I
day and Wednesday evenings till RAY.
WILL KEEP CHILDREN in my closing date. The Registration office Clerk of the Circuit Court.
FOR RENT One bedroom turn
: home. $1.75 50c hour. Is located on the ground floorof Osceola County. Florida SALES UIYICE'm1'.r
day or
ished apartment, $SO month includes : the Court House. Kissimmee. By /Marjorie R. Haye Radio and ,
Mrs. Ida Beville, 811 S. Emory. Florida. Deputy Clerk ELECTRICAL APPLIANCEScomnrn
electricity. 421 Mab--
847-4116. Dorothy Barber Purdy (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
bette. Supervisor of Registration Sept. 12. 19. 26. Oct. 3, 1963 HOME FMNBWKCJFURNITURE
Osceola County. T
WOMEN WHO CAN DRIVE to September 12. 1963
FOR RENT: Furnished. Cottageand V CO.
call each month PARKS
regularly on
apartment. Twin beds. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT .
established Studio Girl Cosmetics OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA 51111m.ee SI. Owl
Carport. For adults. 320 NOTICE OF PROCEEDINGS of
CHARLES H. ROSS. Receiver )
Hughey. clients in and around Kis FOR THE CLOSING OF ROADS INSURED MORTGAGE AND TI-)

simmee making necessary deliveries TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: TLE CORP.; )
YOU WILL TAKE NOTICE that
FOR RENT: Furnished 3 bedroom etc. 3 to 4 hours per the Board of County Commissioners -vs-Plaintiff, )) NORRIS CLEANERS

*&s house, close in. Phone day. Route will pay up to $5.00 of Osceola County, Florida. GEORGE L. SULLIVAN AND)
j in Petition of landowners
qualified
upon PAULINE SULLIVAN. )
847-3212. per hour. Write STUDIO GIRL will at 11:00 A.M. on the Defendants )

0AS REFRIGERATIONSModern COsMETIcS D e p t. 75939. 30th day of September. A.D. 1963. ._) KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
APARTMENTS FOR RENT 59. or as soon thereafter as the matter NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ,-q.

$11. $12 per week. Mrs. Paul Glendale California. may be heard and considered. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tz 103 East Dakin. Phone 847-4941
at its office in the Courthouse In that I. Robert M. Buckets. Sheriff
silent refrigeration Is Davis 114 Emmett Street. NEEDED AT ONCE Full or Kissimmee, Florida, determine of Osceola County. Florida. under

tops . Servel Gas refrigerationis part-time man or woman to whether or not the County of Os and by virtue of the Judgment and .
absoluttly silent . lasts ceola will vacate abandon and discontinue execution heretofore Issued out of
Watkins customers in and renounce and disclaim in the
serve the above entitled court
) .
longer (no moving parts .
and any and aU right and title above styled cause wherein said
Kissimmee. Earn $65
automatic Ice-maker with no up of the County of Osceola a politi- plaintiff recovered Judgment

mussy, fussy ice trays . Constant II'W17 weekly. No investment Set cal subdivision of the State of Florida against said defendants In the aggregate ROTHROCK SEPTIC
supply ol ice. Gas refrigeration your own hours. Write Watkins and the public in and to sum of $8.74L Tl. Plus In-
the portion of road shown and delineated terest and costs. have levied upon
provide service In any Products. Inc.. Dept. S-2. P.O. on the Plat of J. J. Keen's the following described real estate.

weath10.year warranty.GREEN'S _ _ / Box 2447, Memphis, Tenn. Subdivision. Osceola County, Florida lying and being In Osceola County. TANK CO.
'-----J as filed and recorded in the Florida. to-wlt:
office of the Clerk of the Circuit An undivided .e-laalf l>t l'ftt
HELP WANTED FEMALESeeretary.receptlonist. Court of Osceola County. Florida. In and to:
Take dicta particularly described as follows. Begin 657.5 feet East of the
towltThe Northwest Corner of the NE"4 CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS.
tion. General Office Work. Ap. most easterly 430 feet of of the NWU of Section 6. Township -

ply in Person. Ritter PlasticsInc. the 20-ft. platted road between 26 South. Range 28 East. SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE FOR EVERY NEED.
FUELAK Lots E and D of J. J. Keens run South 946 feet to the North
1400 N. Main Street. Subdivision. Osceola County. Florida line of the Right of Way of Atlantic CEMENT WORK 280 GALLON GREASE TRAPS
as filed and recorded Coast Line Railroad. run
\VANTED-Silk presser and wool among the public records of Os thence In a Northeasterly direction -
THE: VTccktiaJi GAS ceola County, Florida. In Plat along the North line of said
presser. Apply Norris Cleaners. Book 1. page 31. Railroad right of way to the 15 YEARS EXPERIENCEK.
The said portion of road lies out- North line of said Section 6. run
:
OW" YOU MAY BE THE ONE We're side the corporate limits of any thence West along the North
) .. municipality in Osceola County. line of said section 6 to the pointof
C. ROTHROCK Owner and
PARKS FURNITURE CO.. looking for to show Avon'scompletely Florida. beginning. containing 14.2 Operator

new Christmas Gifts Persons Interested may appear acres. more or less.
LOCATED AT KISSIMMEE TRANSIT-MIX
CO.
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"See Us For Your Gas Appliances'KISSIMMEE * and Toiletries. Write Avon and be heard at the time and as the property of the above nam-
fl place above specified ed defendants. and that on the 7th
ST. CLOUD '. C -I r */ 5* tfl i* | Manager. P.O. Box 2427 Vero BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS day of October. 1963. between the
*
.*! i ttt>vR3 Beach. F1a.I OF I legal hours of sale. namely. 11:()() PHONE 847-3524
847-4171 892-2011 OSCEOLA COUNTY o'clock In the forenoon and 2:00
? ;A'V. ;\; J !7 FLORIDA.By o'clock In the afternoon on said day

.- : Harris C. Daniel1' at the front door of the Court
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m mmFor Chairman House In Osceola County. Florida.
I (SEAL) Sept. 12. 1963 I will offer for sale and sell to the
LOST AND highest bidder for cash. In hand.

Of the above described _property.: : as STEEL SALESAny
Any the property of said aeienaants to
FOUNDLOST NOTICE TO DEFENDIN satisfy said execution.
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ROBERT M. BUCKELSSheriff Dimension-Any Amount-Competitively
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN of Osceola County. Priced.
w These Services AND FOR COUNTY OF OS Florida Truck Bodies-Boat! Trailers-Horse TraNers

4c1 \ \ ,- small blue jewelry box' CEOLA. STATE OF FLORIDA. IN E. C. Langford Jr.. D. S. and Utility Trailers.
: ". CHANCERY JOHN LOGSDON. Sept. 5. 12. 19. 26. 1963
.- -- -J';::4-r-p \ ; .. New Houses containing jewelry. Substantial Plaintiff vs. FLORENCE LOGS- BUILT AND REPAIRED.
.
i reward to finder No questions DON. Defendant NOTICE TO DE Complete Mobil. Welding Shop AH Work 6waronte. ;.
FEND. The State of Florida to
I S CommercialStnlchH'es asked. Mrs. Peggy Bradbury, FLORENCE LOGSDON. e/o WIl- Old Orlando Highway Near Livestock Market.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGiTS
847-2743. son Sexton. R.R. No.1. Oregonla.
Ohio. You are hereby notified thata COURT IN AND FOR ROUTE 1, BOX 258-A K1SSIMMCE
: \ .IP'It's suit in equity for divorce hasbeen OSCEOLA COUNTY.
; the service STATE OF FLORIDAIN
: we give brought against you by JOHN
-.-- that enables 0 Remodeling f LOGSDON In the Circuit Court of RE: ESTATE OF LOU YOUNG WELDINGPHONE
us to ,
stay REAL ESTATE the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and WILLIAM ADAM MARTIN

one jump ahead of Additions ... -- for County of Osceola. State of NOTICE Deceased.TO CREDITORS 8473898OSCEOLA
Florida. and you are hereby summoned -
our competition. ordered and required to TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGA -
AIuninirn i file your written answer or defenses TEES. DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL
to the Complaint filed herein PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR

Sidi FOR SALE against you In the above entitled DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE TIRE
-- gAkHtaiIHIM cause. In the office of the Clerkof :
borne the Circuit Court In and forOsceola YOU AND EACH OF YOU are
2 bedroom new, masonry
and required
hereby notified to
built-in County. Florida, at his office SERViCEUTJ
large rooms throughout in the Court House in Kissim present any claims which you. or 1t
kitchen. lot just outside either of have against
Large mee. Florida. on or before the 30th you. may
: : Awnings city limits. $8500-small down day of September. A.D. 1963. and the estate of William Adam Martin Custom Recapping
deceased. late of Beaver
payment. Call 8474876. to serve a copy of such answer or W
of Pennsylvania ,
defenses Thacker and Thacker. County. State
upon
Storefront 'w
Plaintiffs' attorneys herein. with the County Judge of Osceola 223 S. BERMUDA

whose address Is Box 527. Kissimmee. County. at Kissimmee. Florida. PHONE 847-2207
Sale
for
Marquee Lakefront borne or Florida on or before said within six calendar months from
Trade. Near Martin Plant 1 date as required by law. If you the date of the first publication of
PHONE 847-4121 EstimatesSEE 2 baths fail to do so. a Decree Pro Con- this notice. Each claim or demand
old. 3 bedrooms
year fesso will be entered against you must be In writing and must state
carpeted Phone days 847-3946. for the relief demanded In the the place of residence of the
Complaint claimant and be sworn to byClaimant BE WISE ECONOMIZEEXTRA
LUP"FER'SInsurance his agent or attorney
WITNESS hand Clerk of
my as
bedroom
FOR SALE Three
: said Circuit Court of Osceola Coun- or the same will become void according

house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x: ty. Florida and the seal of said to law.
K. C. Moore, Jr. 390., Air conditioned. Priced toI I Court at Kissimmee. Osceola County. This 9th day of August Martin, 1963. QUALITY BLOCKS AT NO EXTRA COST.
Florida */ Mary Oberg
on the 27th day of
Agency sell Contact Betty Eby 8472881 August A.D.. 1963. Mary Oberg Martin PHONE 847-4021
TRIANGLE /GLENN RAY Ancillary Executrix of
847-4266.
or
Clerk of the Circuit Court. estate of William Adam

1918.1963 BUILDING FOR SALE: Houses (NOT SEAL Osceola County Florida 5, Phillip Martin.RTKeUey deceased OSCEOLA CEMENT PRODUCTS, INC

11 Stewart SL I LAND) wood floors. Can be THACKER AND THACKER Phillip R. Keller Fla.
'
P.O. Box 331. Kltslmmee.-
12 Ireetlw8y--Next To Tin fcmV-847-4121: Plume 847-2270 seen in Holopaw. Call OrlandoI I Attorneys P.O. Box 527.for Plaintiff Kissimmee, Fla,, Attorney for Executrix 1963 NEPTUNE ROAD KISSIMMK'lbe

I m.7601and ZT7-5372 August 29, Sept 5. 12, 1'. 1963 August 22. 29. Sept. 5. 12.





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County Agent Comments

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.''r. Ems'3y'r3 NA Rust Mites

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Still one of the problems fac- is Osceola's largest industry by % + _
ing citrus growers is rust mite
infections. Fruit shou Id be far.Osceola County and Orange

checked frequently for this pest. County Cattlemen's Association CLASS WORK TOO-Teacher Bill Perry points out the required reading for the
Sulfur Dust may hold infecta- will be host to the Florida Cat day insofar as class work is concerned to Aaron Baxter during a session of the agri- t
tions down until it is time for tlemen's Association Convention,
culture class Osceola
the Fall mite spray. Sulfur Dustsor October 16, 17 and 18 at the at High.
sprays, although they control Cherry Plaza Hotel in Orlando.
rust mites, are usually followed Thursday afternoon, October 17, HERE'S HOW ITS DONE-Instructor Bill Perry second from right, gives a few
with an increase in red spider activities in Kissimmee will be *- tips to Aaron Baxter right on tractor maintenance as Bruce Loco left and Bruce
infestations. planned for those attending the Osceola High Farm Teaching Stresses Field Work. Bowden look on.
Pastures infested with Army convention. This should be one
Worms can be sprayed for approximately -of[ the largest conventions and we
$2.25 per acre if the plan to make it the best.
grass is not to be harvested Every farmer in this county Students Get'Practical9 Experience In AgWhen
within 14 days. If this waiting knows what havoc a plant or animal -
period, from time of spraying until pest or disease can cause, --- -

harvest, can be observed and what this means to him in a county is about 80 per tary procedure, and welding and Perry says that tests are a necessary -and! how to do it," he says. and this makes for an extensionof lag in agriculture pays off.
Toxaphene at the rate of one terms of dollars and cents. cent dependent on agriculture and insist that the students take other part of the formal train- The other one-quarter of the the classroom." Last year, Gary Sahl. a studentin
quart to the acre can be used. Our agriculture could be sabotaged the business that agriculture courses that will help them. ing, but field activity is plentiful total time is spent in the class Perry says that when the coun- Perry's classes, was given the
U grass is to be harvested or by the deliberate use'of a brings> formal class schooling In "A course like parliamentary too."We room where the student is ex- ty is about 80 per cent dependenton top Dairy Award in the state
grazed sooner, Sevin should be livestock or crop disease or pest. that area becomes increasingly procedure helps in all allied fields spend just about three- pected to learn and be able to agriculture, then the school and next month, Gary could win
used. This material runs cost Our enemies know this and it's a of total time in the of national award. If he does. Perry
important.Such and activities in agriculture. Doyle quarters our use practically the names must try to "give the local community a
of spraying up considerably but safe bet they also know how and is the case of Osceola Conner is; a prime example of field with practical and applied chemicals, insecticides, machineryand better qualuied people and Gary will take a trip to
cattle can. be grazed without ,where The threat we are of most susceptible. County and the need for formal that," he said. instruction. You can't take a soils. each year."Osceola. Iowa for final ceremonies.Two .
waiting. sabotage exists
training in agriculture begins at There are 160 students enrolledin course in welding sitting in a "Of course, there is a lot of County could be a citrus state i arras awards were
Hogs from farm and as individual do
moving to an
you can
farm or from farm to market something about it.Diseaseproducing. Osceola High School under the di-. the agricultural classes at Os classroom and so we must teach extra time put in on a course center in a few years. Our also accorded 9Osceoia in 1962-bJ: ,
must be vaccinated twenty-one organisms or rection of Bill Perry. ceola High. Class instruction is the student exactly what to do such as this. Our students worka citrus output has doubled time which means that two other students
days before being moved. Hogs destructive insects could be released Agriculture is only a part of assisted by Davis Bateman.A lot on this program after school and again and we could get a earned better than $500
going to immediate 'slaughter do in the winds to spread the classroom activity at Osceola student wishing to study farm big citrus processing plant in from his personal tarn projects.
not have to meet these require- rapidly over a wide area. A High. Students enrolled in the and allied fields at Osceola High Conservation Cattlemen To here. We should be ready for Perry's formula for success in
ments. virus released in a stockyard or classes get a smattering of just can look forward to taking courses such a thing." the classroom and in the field
Farmers in Osceola County are large feeding center, or other about everything connected with and "plenty of tests" in Animal Program ApprovedEmery Hold Box SupperThe Of course, operating in theory projects is simple: "I drive 'em
not taking full advantage of livestock assembly area would agriculture."We Science, Farm Machinery, Weld- Williams, ASC state and class rooms only would bea hard. We are working with poison
State Gas Tax refunds availablefor likewise spread fast and far. believe in teaching every- ing, General Agriculture, Fer committee chairman, has an- public is invited to join in complete waste of time but chemicals and with dangerous
fuel used in farming. There You should know the diseases and thing allied with agriculture," tilizers and Insecticides, and just nounced that the 1964 Agricultural an old fashioned box supper to Perry has been able to show proof equipment, so we can't be lax. 1
are only 25 farmers now holding pests an enemy might use. Especially Perry said of the high school ag about everything that will help Conservation Program (ACP has be held by the Osceola County positive that his practical school But, we get results too."
Gas Tax refund permits. Of to be feared are a num- curriculum. "We teach parliamenFEATURES the future rancher or farmer. of Cattlemen's Association Saturday [
been approved by Secretary
these, only 8 applied for a re ber of highly contagious foreign Agriculture Orville Freeman. The night at 6 pm. in the livestock
fund. In 1960 the average pay-' diseases this country has guarded pavilion.A .
x for 1964
National
con-
ment to the 8 famers in Osceola against for years. a 'Li program thisyear's square dance will follow the RANCH AND GROVE
tains from
major changes
County $660. ;Rift Fever is no
was approximately Valley an important _I supper.
This is only 32 per cent of those influenza-like virus of both .- . I' program. Those interested in obtainingmore
also announced that
holding permits that applied fora man and domestic animals. Its Williams information may call 847- SPREADER SERVICEEARL
refund. Applications for Gas effects range from unthriftiness 1 the 1964 program for the State 2915 847-3559, 847-4846 or 8923878.
Tax refund are available at the and a passing fever to fatalitiesof has been developed in accordancewith 1
County Agent's Office. about 10 percent in adult cat- the provisions of the Nation MURPHY
Osceola County produced 3- tle, 20 percent in adult sheep, al ACP and will soon be sub OWNER
151,000 boxes of oranges, 210,000 and almost 100 percent in young mitted to Washington for approvalby
boxes of grapefruit, and 114,000 lambs and calves. It also causes the Director of the Conservation FIRST PHONE 8473821Post 1
boxes of tangerines. This fruit high abortion rates in sheep and : ...:-;:! ; and Land Use Division of
sold for 6.9 million dollars. Other cattle. RVF symptoms are sim- ASCS.
harm products including beef ilar to those caused by bluetongue Ix. As soon as the State programis NATIONAL Office Box 143 Kissimmee, Fla.
cattle, forest products, dairy and Q-fever of cattle and approved, county ACP development
products, and miscellaneous sheep. groups throughout Florida BANK
brought the farm income in Os- Lumpy-skin Disease is an acute will begin developing their county -i::

ceola County up to 13.8 million virus disease of cattle which i .. ., ACP programs. They will select ,' r
dollars. These same productsby produces a high fever and from the conservation practices In the Es 4 : ; ,< s
the time they reached the ultimate one to several hundred nodular State program needed to most effectively KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
consumer, were worth swellings in the skin and other treat the conservation
48.5 million dollars. These fig- parts of the body. Symptomsmay problems in their county. tr#
ures indicate that agriculture last from a few days to a rn The county ACP Development ..at
year or longer. Economic loss ASC
Groups are composed of the
is heavy and death from suffocation county committee members, the Serving the .-,.-", ." .,.... 'W
CompleteGROVE may occur when lumps local SCS technician, and the For- Farming Interestsof ----
form in the Headquarters For .
respiratory tract.
est Service representative in the Osceola M .
This disease may strike individ- county. Others with conservation Countyfor PURINA CHOWS BARBED WIRE FENCE FENCE WIRE .
uals in a herd and jump miles Over 35 Year .
I before interests in the county will also CATTLE SPRAYS FARM t GARDEN SUPPLIES .
SERVICE hitting again. .
be invited to participate in the -
Fowl Plague is a highly fatal development meetings.The WILKINSON RAZOR BLADES .
virus disease of chickens and
farmer-elected ASC com- LOU TARCAI
turkeys which appears simul- :. Ii.
mittees will administer the program
taneously throughout an infected
flock, causing death in two to in each county as in past FEED & FARM SUPPLY :.
four days. Vaccine gives a brief years. This method of ACP program .
immunity but there is no cure. development and adminis- .. 1017 North Main, Kissimmcfl Phone 847-3561 1.
each farmer and MEMIEI nCEItU DEPOSIT
tration
Two foreign diseases Teschen assures . . . . . .
mSUUNd CORPORATION
disease and African swine fever rancher in each county of an ACP "r'J. ...
. . .. . ,. . .
G.M.HUGHEY and some already well-known in I formulated to fit his and his
this country, hog cholera swine! neighbors' needs.
erysipelas and certain nutritional Williams stressed that the 1964
deficiencies, show similar symp KNIT ONE-Bruce Bowden starts a weld as Bruce Loco, ACP will emphasize even more
GROVE SERVICE & toms in swine. Teschen diseaseis left, and Aaron Baxter look during activity at agricultureclass strongly the kinds of conservation CASH
MANAGEMENTSp..d a virulent, unpredictable dis- practices that help farmers aDd
at Osceola High. Welding is major course in the
ease that has killed as many as ranchers establish permanent
farm the school. THOMAS &
in Czechoslovakiaalone program at high
Boom A Hand 50,000 pigs vegetative cover.announcing.
Spraying in one year. African swine
Fertilizing A Dusting fever is a particularly virulent Three cattle diseases, rinder CARRYLU'MBER
.Mechanical Hoeing, BankIng and highly contagious disease pest, mucosal disease and virus
A Cultivating that may be widely distributed diarrhea are also hard to tell
For Penonallzod Service before it is distinguished from apart. Rinderpest has ,killed 75 BUILDING SUPPLIES LOW
hog cholera. Our familiar strainof to 90 percent of the susceptiblecattle
847-3592 hog cholera may also mutate in some countries and our AT MONEY SAVING PRICES METAL ROOFING LOW
Donegan Av.,Kbslmmee again as it did in 1949. herds as highly susceptible. 1x8 Sheathing .07 lin

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1x12 Shelving .12'/ lin 10' . . each 2.16 VINYL FLOOR TILE

GENERAL. ELECTRIC 12' . . each 2.59 TERRA FLEX

ROLLED.. REED 9"x9" only .09 ea.

DIAL DEFROST REFRIGERATOR Fence 6'x25' LUFKIN RULES DO YOUR FLOORS

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Two fij9 Shelves Y .
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F OCJIC ..,. $135
94 M.
%"X 4'X 8' pe' ,., feLOtftsfcfe

.Buffer Compartmen-_ Interlof Automatic Igbt Toughness is a 'Jeep' tradition. And now this same $1.57 per sheet White 3.75

4-wheel drive toughness is available in the, new 2- "x4'x8' Clothes Line Vi-HaH for Mwwry 3.75

Ptote tive Door. Stops. Two FI ](.ridlce Troys wheel! drive 'Jeep' Gladiator truck. sheet Post Vma Flow
The new 2-wheel drive Gladiator is powered by the $1.89 per bitenor Flats3.65

high-torque 140 h.p. Tornado-OHC engine. More S 5 9S pe r pc. Demi Gkw 4.15
horsepower on less than other production V4M4xS PrefinsK4LUAN
gas any
$19995With Porch & Deck 4.11
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transmission.Find $yiso
Velvet Varnish 3Jf
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pickup or stake body, 120" or 126 wheelbase. ROOF CEMENT 15 & 30 Lit. Felt 2.25 RL GOOD ONI SfH-lHT.
7 8 foot box. See 10 Lb. .80
or pickup dealer
your'Jeep1 today.
50 Lb.: i 1S 45 Lb. Roofing 1.95 RLs:4 ft. x 8 ft. 2.75

HEW .WHUI.DftJVEJEEP' GLADIATORKAI..R COATING 55 Lb. Roofing 2.30 RL 3/8x4 ft. x 8 ff. 3.90
ROOF
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