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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: October 31, 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: VID00303
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
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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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Two ResolutionsSet S :' Boat-A-Cade Called
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For TonightBy .. Very Successful"K.

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JERRY I C. Moore Jr., president of terminated at Indiantown on Sat
PERSON Ford was leaving his 2
office at
the
Boat-A-Cade. said
ST. CLOUD despiteJinny's unlay Approximately 190 boats
Mayor Fred ;
Brooks
pm. and Hodgins appeared I-
Ford will introduce I threat and the low water made the trip.
two resolutions
the
on scene and wanted
in spots he received no com- On Friday flfcht at Owlatown
to censure actions of Commissioners ;to start the meeting, notwithstanding
John B. plaints from the 300 boaters who an attractive grandiMottor on the
Hudson
and
the fact that there was?
Virgil Brooks made the 14th annual cruise last sunny side of fifty from Orlandowas
on tonight's (Thursday
no way of getting the other com-' weekend.
) agenda. chosen as queen of the
i missioners. Ford refused because,
Previous Boat-a-Cades have enjoyed cruise. She was Mrs. Kenneth
,' An irate and incensed .
Mayo in essence that would have beer]
told this reporter that the I "' more water but no one Ross. When she feat boating with
action .
a new and unscheduled meeting
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is a result of a "caucus meetmg' Monday afternoon Brooks could complain about the weath-- her husband an I appeared
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likes to swim pain and makewood
held by the two commissioners I at City Hall and notified, er."We couldn't
have asked for
abetted by Commissioner the City Clerk that "we are carvingShe
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Charles anything better, Moore- said. was crowned by Mrs. Ruth
Hodgms. which Wed-j
they ready have
a meeting
attempted to cloak with official I to. The 152-mile trip which started at Davis of Kisstaunee: herself a
an nesday night at 7.30 p.m. and;
Kissimmee Thursday morning former Boat-a-Cade
mantle. queen.'
instructed the clerk to so notify
Bill of particulars in the resolutions I the Mayor. vrati

charge Brooks with Ford stated that he couldn't Country Club Wants ITo
calling the meeting and actin r call a meeting on such short no

as chairman and charge Hudso tice because of previous com!! -
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with a walk-out on a regularl I I mitments. The Mayor feels, rep Expand Facilities 1

scheduled informal meeting on gardless of any altruistic motivesthe f I
October 19 thus reducing the commissioners may have "'yAri[ + : :

number of commissioners present had they are usurping the au- Osceola Golf & Country dub is must approve the sale

to less than a quorum. thority his office and violatingthe wanting to buy eight acres of There was some question as to

When the scheduled meeting ol principles of sound govern- 4 land at the airport so it can whether or not the city aMenxy
i' the 19th was called to order at ment. build a clubhouse, swimming pool should do an the legal work at

I i 1:30 pjn., the stated time a According to a statement made ; and other facilities for an 13-hoie city expense.

quorum consisting of the mayor. by Hudson at the Wednesday ." course. Dan Autrey said to do so wouldbe
Vice-mayor Ruth Ferro and Hud night meeting, he was not in- J r The request was made to the just like taking money out of

son was present. Upon noting formed that it was to be held. city commission by Roy Hansel, the left pocket and putting it

that Commissioners Brooks an He was however, present and met president of the club who said if into the rightFollowing
Y the club gets the land, it will considerable discus
Hodgins ,were absent Hudson, according with only two other commissioners. .
to Ford's statement, informed Had Commissioner Hudson combine the club house project sion, Reynolds changed leis motion -

the Mayor that he would remained at the regularly) scheduled with the building of the second to put the money into the

not meet with those present and meeting Brooks and Hod- nine holes. airport fund
walked out. gins would have eventually When George Reynolds moved Among the items mentioned as

Ford and Mrs. Ferro waited shown up and, once again an- the sale be worked out with the having to be done at the airportis

about 20 minutes and then the other "crisis" would have been preceeds going for improvementof the improvement of runway
vice-mayor took her 'leave. As averted in St. Cloud. LANDMARK COMING DOWN Demolition of the materials on sale at the site. The razing of this building the industrial area at the air.port tights.City.

Tropical Hotel was started last week by Big Chief, Inc., marks the end of an era in the social life of Kissimmee. the commission was told Mgr. Charles Jackson suggested

... -'. .,' ; "'!:.. of Fort Lauderdale. The wrecking company has building (Photo by Eby) the money and probably had to go work for on airportuse the deficiencies the money expected be spent to belisted tomeet

',-. -,.' industrial area would not qualify. in a forthcoming FAA re
3 QualifyAs The Federal Aviation Agency port.

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CandidatesOnly R .

;'r'I Cancer PresidentBy

three men have qualified
r 'or the three seats on the boardof

school trustees William Stephens -
JERRY BERSOX the of its
day inception She has
school
county superintendent -
said Monday.The ST. CLOUD -Pete Hunt was been> an inspiration to all who
elected president of the Osceola
became
discouraged
three or weary
are Haley Duke
County Unit American Cancer
and has never ceased working
and Bob Berlinsky, each of
Society, at the annual meeting
despite her
whom is facing election for the years.
held here this week. Officers .
first time; and Alexander Hall Bill Joumigan with the approval
elected to serve the 1963-64 term of the Board, announced
St. Cloud attorney, who has
with Hunt are Mrs. J. H. Watson -
served two terms as trustee. that all campaign receipts, funds
Duke, a is native of vice president; Dr. GeorgeA. and financial matters win be
ONE
INJURED-An Orlando man was seriously injured grocer Gant. medical vice president
; landted through Citizens Stat
Kissimmee. He has had
Friday' when his compact car collided with a semi-truck. child finish school here and one has Dr. W. Dale Beamer, medical Bank in St. Qoud during Ilk term

/ ,(Photo.by Eby) two ,others now attending.' vice president Mrs. Louis_Ber- of office.
son, secretary William C. Jour-
t Berlinsky owner of a feed Mr. Hasaan. who has served
nigan, treasurer.
Orlando Man Is store, once served as manager of : the County Unit M field representative
the chamber of cdmmerce. He New members added to the turned over Ms dutiesto

has three children. He has studied ,} . ):. ; $.. -AS. Board of Directors are Jim Miss Helen McKay who works
Wreck at University of North Caro ,:: .. '::9 Rooney, Mrs. Florence Chitwood, out of the Tampa office. She will
in
Injured . << f.--..-1',.;.'>' 4"',<"< Mrs. Clifford Fertic Mrs. William attend all couunty meetings and
lina.Deadline :
for qualifying was \;: ( Graham Mrs. J. C. Ellison be in charge of the educationalprogram.
L1 ; Mrs. Andrew Chisholm Mrs.
Monday. Mr. Haacett said hewill
Veteran members of the trus- ... Ethel Kidd, Mrs. Bessie Carter .
James E. Partin. Orlando. was always be available if needed
right turn onto Michigan. The ;' ;"
and Mrs. Mabel
Holmes.
seriously injured Friday morning truck crossed the center line and tees Enoch Herzberg and or in the event Mia McKayIs

when his late model.. compact car Partin was unable to stop.' Clyde E. Story are not seek- SCIENCE PREPARATION AREA-One of two science preparation areas at Osce' Gene Hassett. Executive Director unable to come to a meeting.
collided with a Hercules Powder ing re-election. at the Orange County office, Jim Rooney was appointed as
Company truck at the comer of Harding who was not injuredin ola Junior High School. These rooms allow instructors to prepare classroom demoonstrations presented the yearly) "Apprecia Kissimmee campaign chairmanand

I Michigan and Conegan.' the accident was charged with away from the student laboratories. (Photo by Eby) tion" awards prefacing the pre. as county educational direcor -

State Trooper J. R. Ca vey Improper turning at' an Intersection 3 Issues -- ;. -- >'-' &entatk with the words "It is : Ruth Watson will continue to
}i! : I impossible to recognize all of the
: serve St. Cloud
stated that Partin's car struck the .J as campaign
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truck driven by Earnest Harding, Partin's car was totally demol- people who work during the Cancer chairman. Target date for the
St. Cloud as the truck made a ished. On BallotThere TIR Crusade. These awards go Crusade is the first two weeksin
-. to the outstanding workers but
-- April . tufas this date the
will be three statewide many others contribute to the county will be able to take advantage
; proposals for amending the Florida success of the whole." of national and state

)'- !:' f.I. I Constitution on the Novem Ruth Watson St. Cloud ca advertising..

ber 5 ballot. All registered voters paign chairman, and Pete Hunt, Hunt asked for an hwmtory of
a voter does not have to Kissimmee campaign chairman equipment for cancer patients

14 = Ii: ) be a property owner may were given a framed certificateof stored in various place in the
i cast ballots. appreciation from the FloridaDivision. two citie

The three issues: ) Bill Joumigan. retiring Mr. and Mrs. Jim Keener Mrs

AMENDMENT NO. 1 would president, also received the appreciation Watson And Mrs. Benon wfp be
] change the terms of the Governor certificate. delegates to the Cancer Society

and State Cabinet membersso Ruth Padgett received the first t meeting in Tampa Nov. 18-17.

they would start and end in j award of its kind to be given in Mils Johansen reported that

I.UNVEILING the middle of the term of the this county. Mr. Hassett called it the Orange Gardens group which

I President of the United, States, "The Year of the Volunteer makes dressings for the Cancer

instead of coinciding with' it. Award. He said. "Ruth has Loan Close held 10 meetings in

AMENDMENT NO. 2 .is the 3.< worked at every job to be done 1962 with an average of 17 worn-

College Building Amendment. in the Unit. Filled in for any officer en attending and made a total of

AMENDMENT NO. S would -55 who because of illness or 3,740 Items. To date in 19S3 there

create a special State fund to !. other reasons was not able to have been 6 meetings with an
n acquire lands, water areas and =, function and
went far beyond the average attendance of IB and
t related resources and to improveand call of duty in her unceasing efforts 2,913 items completed Jar the

i ,, extend capital improvementsand to make the County Unit Loan Closet
facilities for outdoor
t and natural resources recreation con one of the best in the state." Mrs. Watson reporting. for the

servation. 4' : ;; Miss I. C. Johansen becauseit St Oourf Loan dose, said M77

.. ::.:! .f11 -., -- was her 88th birthday and be pieces had been given out in the
:; .i-, x: '- I' :.-" cause she is much admired and past two months She said. thereis
PLAQUE-Steve Thacker and his mother, Demo Committee :. ; { .: ," $11'o..i ; loved by the Board members, a good supply of sterfle pads

Jeu Thacker, are shown unveiling the plaque which com- Meet ;_4. t ',: was given a corsage and at the on hand at the moment although
:Xo
memorates the lock at Southport Canal as the ClarenceL. SaturdayThe close of the meeting was honored the closet is in short supply on
BIOLOGY ROOM Ultramodern biology room at Osceola Junior High Schoolwas with a small birthday party with some items.Episcopal.
Thacker Lock and Control Structure in honor of his Osceola County Democratic
completed this week. W. B. Stephens, superintendent of public instruction Ruth Padgett and Hester Powell CMnII: ...... who
father and her husband. Thacker Executive Committee will
was a member of the meet Saturday, November 2nd, state that it is hoped that the senior high school will be able to move into the new serving as hostesses. Miss Johansen work an year round ate dayeach
j Central and South Florida Flood Control
0 District at the has been dedicated to the month made forth piece
at 10 a.m. at Mrs. Mac's Restaurant facility for the school year 1964-65, but if construction does not permit, they will
time of his death in 1958. (Photo by Eby) organization and work of the As- kr the Closet' daring the months
definitely be moved in for the 196566. (Photo
year by Eby) ceola
County Cancer Unit from of October and Sep/ssber.




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DEVILS-Tied for second, the Blue Devils, front _

row, left to right John Piterlia, Rex Partin Eddie Syl- REBELS-First place team, the undefeated Rebels front i MOONSHINERS -Second place team the Mooasbiaers,
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front row, left to right, Roger Woolen, Bill Loftier, Jim
Mark Schumaker Steve
vester, Sam Halbart, John Hartley Sheridan Ray Johnston, row, left to right, Tom Tufts, Bill Spence, Steve Kelly, GATORS Front row, left to right, John Barber, Bob Banlknight, Eddie Carter Mike Koger, Bill Haggard Tow

Larry Chapman, and John Ken Seymore, Reed Berlinsky, Jim Baker, Bill Derry. Prino, Ronnie Baker, Robert Speirs Don Moore Bob Albright, Vincent Bronson and Sam Odora. Second row,

Sullivan. Back row, left to right, Mike Edwards, Dean berry and John Sullivan. Back row, left to right, Jim Key Childers and Bill Walker. Second row, left to right David left to right Jim Clay, Lester Andy Jobs Romack Wade
Dennis Steve
Bathlow Farmer
The, Stage Charles, Broaton and, Dennis John Magnuston.Roger Chuck Champion. Bernard Nelson, Joe Bass, Tom Deny- Walker Gene Landers John Pnllins, Damon Rawliags, Story, Ron PutnaL Wayne Evans, Steve Matson, Rutty

peoa, Higgis. berry, Alvin Turner Frankie Vine and Kent Bass. Joe Lombardy, Charles Lamb and Preston Baker. Hand and Rex. Walker.V .





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*_The Klssdmnw Gazette Kisshnmee, ,,FUu.1 Thor&. Oct.: SI, 1963 I Band Begins Orange Gardens JottingsConsider $' ',-



i I I'A Candy SaleThe Bowling Tourney

Osceola High School"Kowboy" ) w 1.,
Band has begun its
annual candy sale. The band By ANNA J. REYNOLDSIt teams. All members of the team Mr. and Mrs. F. Halhe of Chatham -
j sells bars of the "World's was good to know that Hurricane will be instructed in practice N. J. have moved into

Finest" Chocolate at fifty centsa Ginney decided to pass up games. This should be an excel- their home on KI5 Janet 9t.
bar. Members are hoping to W 17 this area 'and decided to go lent opportunity for all bowling
from the back to sea. We all feel thankfulto fans to join in this activity.A Mr. and $xs. H. M. Welk have
raise enough money -:
sale to complete payments on I .f, realize that Ginny's threatened note has been received from returned to their home on 1627
visitation turned out to be W. Catherine St after spending
new pants. These were worn for [ Mr. Warren Hall of Westport
the first time at the Home- --':.:;.)! j .';bj !':": '-.. : \ just a rumor. !Conn. stating that Mr. and Mrs. several months up north.

coming Game. Use of solid color E. S. Jones of Noraton Conn.
With the pleasant fan weatherwe Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dotty have
to arrive in Gardens
gave the band a much more tI.r" expect Orange
uniform appearance. From the "' : are presently enjoying, thereis about the first part o! Dec- returned to their home on 1713OakSt

y s;_; :stands this produces a striking i :. '- ) : : :: a prospect of many outdoor ember pending completion of
effect. : 't and indoor activities. their new home at 1706 Janet St.
Eight members of the OJLS. < "" Plans are now under way for Mr. Wall further states that he Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davisve

Band attended District tryoutsfor j fJ'. getting together sufficient members and Mrs. Wall expect to arrive returned to their home on
All-State Band. The tryouts to make up an Orange Gar- in the Gardens "nice place in 710 George St after spending

were held at Mainland High : t dens bowling tournament in the which to live" before too long.A the summer months up north.

School in Daytona Beach. Those t4 near future. At present 8 mem- hearty welcome is extendedto i
members attending were: Jane bers have been organized to joinin both of these families to be- Mrs. ReBus Olson has returned
this activity. It is hoped thata to her home after being apatient
i future residents of the
Ribley, oboe; Sandra Reed, bassoon : come
Y sufficient number will be add- !Gardens. at HolIday Hospital foe
Glen Ward, flute; Juli-
; \ ed in order to hold a tournament a cataract removal.
anne Miles, clarinet; Mark : i and Miss Pearl Schoen-
within the next week or two. Roy
Lurie, clarinet Mary Viehman, : t
; The games will commence every berger have returned to their We are happy to report that
VISITIt"lr. and Mrs. G. i.
HOLLANDERS F. Bruyn of E-flat clarinet Donnie Higgins,
; Thursday at 1:30 at Sky Lake home on 717 George St. after Mr Lopeman has improved in
Hattem, Gld, Netherlands, seated, arrived last week to comet; and Allen Conner, bari- i
and
j Lanes. Persons who wish to join spending the spring summer ealth since his stay up north
visit Bill and Gladys Heeren, standing. This is the Bruyn'sfirst tone. Final results of received.The the try-. will be assigned to definite months in Nevada Ohio. or rest and treatment. '\

visit to the United States. Heeren's dog Prince, is outs have not yet been 3 7
Band has attended two
also doing his part to make their stay pleasant. (Photo by very important dedications this
{
Eby) year. The first was that of the
Cattlemen's Association Building .
and the second was the -\4/} ffi

Hollanders Visit Clarence L. Thacker Lock and
Control Structure. The group

enjoyed participating in both ac .
tivities. NEW LOOK Donnie Higgins, left, and Craig Cooper

( The Bill HeerensBy District Marching Contest will pose in the new band suits being worn by the Osceola SAVEWHERE

( be held on Saturday, November High School Band. The band members are currently sell-

BETTY EBY Kissimmee. 23, in Sanford. The band has ing "the world's finest chocolate" bars to help defray the
been working hard on its marching
YOUR
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Bruyn Both of the Bruyns have in hopes of returning witha expense of these new trousers, which match the shirts acquired -

of Hattem (Cld) Netherlands been impressed with the size superior rating. The new uniforms recently. (Photo by Eby) j MONEY EARNS fr..1 .
arrived last week to visit her of the cities, the countrysideand will add a great deal to
brother and wife, the Bill the bridges and high- the band's over-all performance. h
Heerens. ways. While they plan to tour Garden Club News

The arrived in New York other parts of the states during This is a reminder that the
aboard the new ship, their two months visit j4
luxury band needs support if the candy
the Rotterdam, for this, their they like Florida best so far, ale is to be a success and residents Local Clubbers %
first visit to the United The Welcome Station, the are asked to help in thisfund
I States. Their arrival was delayed mild weather house and raising drive. i ii
fir eight hours by rough yards are "nice." Kissimmee PER ANNUM
seas caused by Flora, gives the impression of a suburb Ira Drew Mills Visit Orlando Club I
Bill and Gladys drove to of a large city they said. i DIVIDEND

New York to meet them and Named ForesterIra
spent several days with Miss On a recent Tuesday, several urban expansion.The .
Xi Phi Met COMPOUNDED AND
Alpha Drew Mills has been appointed [
Kathryn Hayes in New Rochelle ladies traveled to the Orlando Gloriosa Circle is continuing I
Farm Forester for the
while they visited the Monday NightXi Orange and Osceola County Cooperative Garden Club center for a day their rummage sale at PAYABLE QUARTERLY] ,
sights in and around the city. of creativity. A workshop for 14 W. Darlington, across from
Forest Management
While on tour of the United Alpha Phi Chapter of Project. therapy and Junior Gardener .the Elks Club, Friday, Nov. 1st. ..
Nations they discovered the Beta Sigma Phi met Monday State Forester C H. Coulter chairmen was presented by the The door will open at 8:00 a.m.
committee on disarmamentwas evening at the home of Mrs. District 7 Board. Plaques, corsages
of '
announced the appointment Kissimmee Garden Club members
in session and thrilled Ann Clark. planters, pictures and
were -
Mills
15.
Mills effective October should remember the treatto
to discover our own Adlai Mrs. Nelda Tarcai, president even hats were created from
a native of Cross City Florida be presented Nov. 13th 2:30
Stevenson leading the discus- presided. A report of bits of dried grass, seeds, plastic -
replaces H. T. Davis in the p.m., at the Methodist Educational -I
the Boat-a-cade shipwreck bleach Ii
bottles and palm
i
forestry project.A Mrs. Earl W.
sion.Leaving Orange-Osceola Building,
New York they party was given by Mrs. Maxine fronds.
graduate of the Universityof Lau will her
present programon
visit Makinson.Mrs. The pictures were made from
went to Washington to ,
School of .
Florida Forestry Tables" The
"Holiday entire
the Capitol of their brother's Grace Makinson, guest colored sand glued to construction i,
Mills earned the B. S. Degreein program will be a thing of
adopted country. Then on to speaker, spoke on "Public paper. The flowers were ,
1961. Since that time he has beauty. All should take advan- .
Speaking. made from Yucca "boots",
Williamsburg for a two day
the U. S. For- !
been employed by tage of Mrs. Lau's appearance.
exploration of the interest- Other memoers attendingwere while the branches of cocoanut
est Service. He has additional
ing and historic sights. Here Mrs. Nan Allen, Mrs. experience with several Florida I. palms fashioned the hats. Landscape School m-University i
they met a fellow Hollander Eunice Berlinsky Mrs. Jane pulpwood and lumber companies. All who attended were most of Miami, Nov. 5-7. FIRST FEDERAL

working in a cabinet shop. Kelley, Mrs. Evelyn Lawson, The new Farm Forester's office impressed with the long range Now is the time to-
also Ma- Mrs. Alice Littlefield. Mrs. conservation planning of the Oraitge' Watch for spider mites during '
They stopped at SauingsandLoanAssaciationofOSGE0LACOUNT Y.
.wilL be..al U21. YL CenJyal -
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rineland, St. Augustine and Helen Lombardy Mrs: Dale Bounty Agrict11turat'Dept: dry spells.
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Avenue.in ,Orlando. KISS I MMEBff ST. CLOUD ,
Daytona Beach'' enroute 'to Logsdon,' Mrs. Jean -Lupfer "MUls'win "reside with hisTwife, Mitt'"Henry S. Swarisori, ,county Make'soft wood cuttings. as {? .----. ,

Mrs. Julia Miles Mrs. Frances Betty, and two children, Ira agent, presented a film strip on terminal shoots ort many 'shrubs : ffS -:..:
Murphy, Mrs. Virginia Rey- liThe Green Belt"1 and told how are in good condition now to do t -
Drew Mills Jr., age 11 and
Orange Gardens nolds Mrs. Velma Reynolds, could all
Kelli Elizabeth, age 12, in Or this planning help this.Happy MEMBER fEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION
Mrs Sara Jane Schmidt ,Mrs. lando. problems occurring with normal Gardening!! I L
Club To MeetDue
Millie Mrs. Jean
Schumaker -- ------ -- ':'- f
Mrs. Inez Whidden and
to the fact that the Or- Story
Mrs. Jean Yates. I
ange Gardens Community build-
ing will be used for a voting pre-
cinct on Noverber 5th the Or- Legion To Hold

ange Club Gardens meeting Home will Demonstration be held at- Chicken Barbecue OTHER BEAUTYREST MATTRESSES f,

2 p.m. in the Kissimmee Valley
Makinson-Carson Post No.
Agriculture Center.
Fall Wardrobe"will 10 of the American Legion
"Planning a
of the will have a chicken barbecue
be the subject program
Diet- Saturday, November 2nd from
presented by Marilyn
5 to 7 at the Legion
rich, .county home demonstrationagent. Home on p.m.the Lakefront. 1

I that Earl all Yates the-trimmings chairman'wili'beserved says PRICED FROM $3995. COME NAND

BROASTED and the price will be
$1.25 for adults and 50c for
CHICKEN children.

The public is invited.
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DRIVE-IN Sorority ReportsOn SEE THEM TODA y! ;

Civic ProjectsThe '
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SOUTH TRAIL Epsilon Sigma Alpha -

sorority reported this week ..A
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DRIVE IN that $200 had been given to .
the Bill Oiler Fund, netted -
THEATREORLANDO from the recent dance.
The sorority also gave $100to
the United AppeaL '

FLORIDA Wilma Robbins won the ? *%&-l1r* At
door prize at the White Elephant

THURS. FRI. SAT. Sale held recently.

COMPUTE PROGRAM IN SCOPE

AND eOLOL"BACHELOR
FLAT" Ethical SocietyTo &

7:00"BEACH Meet SundayThe

PARTY"
Ethical Fellowship of Kis
9:05 simmee will meet Sunday, November

"IT HAPPENEDAT 3rd at 7:30 p.m. at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
THEWORLD'S Fagin, 708 Catherine Street, in
FAIR" Orange Gardens.All V x.

are welcome and are invited

10:55 i I I to George attend.Dr. .Beauchamp will BACK CARE $S995 L/' L4 BEAUTYREST $7950

lead the discussion on "How to Problem backs need the extra support provided ; Because it lasts so long because its over 800 r s

SUN. MON. TUfS. Keep Growing". by new Back Care's 312 extra firm Adjusto- d/ individually pocketed coils provide the same

November 3, 4, 5 Rest springs. It's right there along with new buoyant support to every part of the body, S! t

COMPLETE PROGRAM IN COLOR "crush-proof" border, extra handles and vents Bcautjrest is ever the worlds finest mattress.

"GIDGET GOES KAST Club To and a 10-year guarantee. In twin or full size, '\nd now it's guaranteed 15 years!* In twin or

tufted or tuftless. Boxspring also $59.95. full size, quilted or tufted. Boxspring $79..50..w .
TO ROME" Open SeasonThe : j

Sunday 6.10:10Mon.Tues.

7. 9:15 Kissimmee All States Tourist .
dub win open its 1963-61 sea-
"COME SEPTEMBER"a
son Tuesday night and membersare
:1 S Sunday promised an unusually enjoyable .

100 minute entertainment. _

WED., NOVEMBER 6th Following meeting the songfest Oty Manager and business New Extended Guarantee 1 If PARKS F U R N I T U RE j j'WI

FAMILY COWON MGHT Charles Jackson win introducethe structural defect occurs in the Super
Mayor the city commissioners Slumber King during the first year or
"WAKE Of THE and other government officials. In the Deepskep Deluxe,Back Cw
RID WITCH" or Betufyrest during the first 2 years
The program win include the I mattress will be replaced by COMPANY
7 10:40 well known White Family who Simmons without charge. There- -

BAY OF THEBABMfiN" win entertain with vocal and instrumental after proportionate annual use
numbers.' charge win be made for remainder KISSIMMEE. I ST. CLOUD
of guarantee period.
A large attendance is antid-
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t The Kissimmw Gazette, Kissimmee, FUu,1] Thar&, Oct. $1, 1468 I
Gardens
Band Begins Orange JottingsConsider
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Osceola High School"Kowboy" .,
Band has begun its
ANNA J. REYNOLDS teams. All members of the of Chat-
annual candy sale. The band team Mr. and Mrs. F. Hate
sells bars of the "World's It was good to know that Hur- will be instructed in practice tern N. J. taw moved into
Ginney decided to games. This should be excellent MIS Janet St.
Finest" Chocolate at fifty centsa 1rL n ane pass up an [their home on
t this area.and decided to go opportunity for all bowling
bar. Members are hoping to
raise enough money from the + back to sea. We all feel thankfulto fans to join in this activity. Mr and Mr* H. M. Wcfe have
realize that Ginny's threatened retained to Heir none on M27V
has been
sale to complete payments on f A note received from:
visitation turned out to be \ Catherine St. alter speftto
Warren Hall of
new pants. These were worn for t Mr. Westport.
the first time at the Home- just a rumor._ Conn. stating that Mr. and Mrs.E. (several month* op north
,
coming Game. Use of solid col- .3 S. Jones of Noraton Conn I
With the pleasant fall weatherwe Mr. and like R. C. Dofly nave
s V at or gave the band a much more j expect to arrive in Orange Gardens i
uniform appearance. From the are presently enjoying, there about the first part of Dec (returned to their home on 1713OakSt
is a prospect of many outdoor (
stands this produces a striking. ember pending completion of
effect and indoor activities. their new home at 1706 Janet St.
Eight members of the OJLS Plans are now under way for Mr. Wall further states that he Mr. and Mrs. WaHer Davisnave
getting together sufficient mem- returned to tncar bulb on
Band attended District tryoutsfor and Mrs. Wall expect to arrivein
All-State Band. The tryouts bers to make up an Orange Gar- the Gardens, "nice place in {710 George St. after 63z'1
were held at Mainland High dens bowling tournament in the which to live" before too long.A (the summer IDCIIIIIIII yp ....
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z act' near future. At present 8 mem-
; School in Beach. Those hearty welcome is extendedto
members Daytona Jane t bers have been organized to joinin both of these families to become Mrs. Ram Oboe has tetu reed -
attending were: this activity. It is hoped that future residents of the to her home after Mm abatfcnt
t Ribley, oboe; Sandra Reed bassoon a sufficient number wilL be add- Gardens. at Holiday ftapttad foe
t Glen Ward, flute Juli- I
r ; 4 hold tournament |a cataract removal."
'. ed in order to a
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anne Miles, clarinet; Mark 1.I.; within the next week or two. Roy and Miss Pearl Schoen-
Lurie, clarinet; Mary VIehman berger have returned to their We that
The games will commence every are happy to report
HOLLANDERS VISIT Mr. and Mrs. F. G. of
Brnyn E-flat clarinet; Donnie Higgins, Thursday at 1:30. at Sky Lake home on 717 George St after Mr. Lopeman has improved in
t Hattera, Gld, Netherlands, seated, arrived last week to comet; and Allen Conner, bari- Lanes Persons who wish to join spending the spring and summer{ealth since his stay up north
visit Bill and Gladys Heeren, standing. This is the Bruyn's tone. Final results of the try- E I : 'wil I ) be assigned to definite months in Nevada Ohio. (for rest and treatment.

first visit to the United States. Heeren's dog Prince, is outs have not yet been received. .
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The Band has attended two
also doing his part to make their stay pleasant. (Photo by very important dedications this ut

ELy) year. The first was that of the

Cattlemen's Association Build- 1/
ing and the second was the

Hollanders Visit Clarence L. Thacker Lock and .
Control Structure. The group
enjoyed participating in both ac- .
I tivities. NEW LOOK Donnie Higgins, left, and Craig Cooper >
The Bill Heerens
District Marching Contest will pose in the new band suits being worn by the Osceola SAVE

t be held on Saturday, November High School Band. The band members are currently sell- It

, By BETTY EBY Kissimmee. 23, in Sanford. The band has ing "the world's finest chocolate" bars to help defray the rr
been working hard on its march- YOUR
\ Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Bruyn Both of the Bruyns have ing in hopes of returning witha expense of these new trousers which match the shirts ac- t WHERE -(

I of Hattem (Cld) Netherlands been impressed with the size superior rating. The new uniforms quired recently. (Photo by Eby) MONEY EARNS
i arrived last week to visit her of the cities, the countrysideand will add a great deal to =
brother and wife, the Bill the bridges and high the band's over-all performance. -
'I Ileerens. ways. While they plan to tour Garden Club News

The arrived in New York other parts of the states during This is a reminder that the .
aboard the new luxury ship, their two months visit band needs support if the candy ti. 4

the Rotterdam, for this, their they like Florida best so far sale is to be a success, and residents Local Clubbers %
first visit to the United The Welcome Station, the are asked to help in thisfund _
States. Their arrival was delayed mild weather, house and { raising drive.
fir eight hours by rough yards are "nice." Kissimmee PER ANNUM
seas caused by Flora. gives the impression of a suburb Ira Drew Mills Visit Orlando Club ,.

Bill and Gladys drove to of a large city, they said. I 1t_ DIVIDEND
New York to meet them and Named ForesterIra
spent several days with Miss On a recent Tuesday, several urban expansion.The .
Xi Alpha Phi Met Drew Mills has been ap- [COMPOUNDED AND
Kathryn Hayes in New Ro- ladies traveled to the Orlando Gloriosa Circle is con-
chelle while they visited the Monday Night pointed Orange and Farm Osceola Forester County for Cooperative the Garden Club center for a day tinuing their rummage sale at PAYABLE QUARTERLY]

sights in and around the city. Forest Management of creativity. A workshop for 14 W. Darlington, across from
While on tour of the United Xi Alpha Phi Chapter of therapy and Junior Gardener the Elks Club, Friday, Nov. 1st. .

Nations they discovered the Beta Sigma Phi met Monday Project.State Forester C. H. Coulter chairmen was presented by the The door will open at 8:00 a.m.
committee on disarmamentwas evening at the home of Mrs. District 7 Board. Plaques, cor-
announced the appointment of Kissimmee Garden Club mem-
in session and thrilled Ann Clark. sages, planters, pictures and
were -
October 15. Mills
Mills effective bers should remember the treatto
to discover Adlai Mrs. Nelda Tarcai, presi- even hats were created from
our own
a native of Cross City, Florida, be presented Nov. 19th, 2:30
Stevenson leading the discussion dent presided. A report of bits of dried grass, seeds, plas-
replaces H. T. Davis in the p.m., at the Methodist Educa- '
the Boat-a-cade shipwreck tic bleach bottles and palm
i
Orange-Osceola forestry project.A tional Building, Mrs. Earl W.i
Leaving New York they party was given by Mrs. Max- fronds. j
graduate of the Universityof Lau will her
present programon
went to Washington to visit ine Makinson.Mrs. The pictures were made from
Florida School of Forestry Tables". The '
"Holiday entire -
the Capitol of their brother's. Grace Makinson, guest colored sand glued to construction -
earned the B. S. Degreein
Mills program will be a thing of I
speaker spoke on "Public The flowers were
adopted country. Then on to paper.
1961. Since that time he hasbeen beauty. All should take advantage -,
Speaking. made from Yucca "boots",
for \
Williamsburg a two day
employed by the U. S. For- of Mrs. Lau's
appearance.
exploration of the interest Other members attendingwere while the branches of cocoanut j
est Service. He has additional
ing and historic sights. Here Mrs Nan Allen, :Mrs. experience with several Florida palms fashioned the hats. Landscape School m-University -
they met a fellow Hollander Eunice Berlinsky, Mrs. Jane pulpwood and lumber companies.The All who attended were most of Miami, Nov. 57. I FIRST FEDERAL

working in a cabinet shop. Kelley, Mrs. Evelyn Lawson, new Farm Forester's office.wilLbe.at -; impressed with the long range Now is the time to-
They also stopped at Ma- Mrs. Alice Littlefield, Mrs. 1127.WCetfyal; conservation planning the Or- Watch for spider mites during -::SaungsandLoan-Associatfonof OSCEOLA COUNTY
rineland St. Augustine and Helen Lombardy, Mrs.: Dale ange'County Agrictmura Dept: dry spells. -
Daytona Beach enroute"* 'to Logsdon, Mrs. -Jean ;Lupfcr,', Avenue. Mills r--- jU will*, Orlando reside with 4 his ti.wife Mil 'Henry S.. 'Swansbri, county' Make soft wood cuttings, as ,-! KISSIMMEE_ N 'SO. >' | ST.'s CLOUD 4
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Mrs. Julia Miles, Mrs. Frances Betty, and two children Ira agent, presented a film strip oh terminal shoots on many shrubsare I
Murphy, Mrs. _Virginia Reynolds "The Green Belt"and told how in good condition now to do
Drew Mills, Jr., age 11 and
Orange Gardens Mrs. Velma Reynolds Kelli Elizabeth age 12, in Or this planning could help all this.Happy I MEMBER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION
Mrs. Sara Jane Schmidt, ,Mrs. lando. problems occurring with normal Gardening!! i
Club To MeetDue Millie Schumaker Mrs Jean
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to the fact that the Or-
Mrs. Jean Yates.
ange Gardens Communltv build-
ing will be used for a voting pre-
cinct on Noverber 5th the Or- Legion To Hold

ange Club Gardens meeting Home will Demonstration be held at- Chicken Barbecue OTHER BEAUTYREST MATTRESSES

2 p.m. In the Kissimmee Valley Post No.
Makinson-Carson
Agriculture Center.
"Planning a Fall Wardrobe"will 10 of the American Legion r

be the subject of the program will have a chicken barbecue
presented by Marilyn Diet- Saturday, November 2nd from
5 to 7 at the Legion
home demonstration p.m.

rich agent, county Home Earl on Yates the, Lakefront chairman, says PRICED FROM $3995 COME IN

I that all the trimmings will be
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DRIVE-IN Sorority ReportsOn AND SEE THEM TODAY! j.r:'

Civic ProjectsThe .
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sorority reported this week

DRIVE !IN that $200 had been given to
the Bill Oiler Fund, netted
THEATREORLANDO from the recent dance.
The sorority also gave $100to
the United Appeal.
FLORIDA Wilma Robbins won the

door prize at the White Elephant

THURS. FRI. SAT. Sale held recently.

COMPUTE PROGRAM IN SCOPE

AND COLOft."BACHELOR .
FLAT" Ethical SocietyTo

7:00"BEACH Meet SundayThe

PARTY"
Ethical Fellowship of Kis '

9:05 simmee will meet Sunday November

"IT HAPPENED 3rd, at 7:30 p.m. at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
AT THEWORLD'S Fagin 708 Catherine Street, in y

FAIR" Orange Gardens.All .
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0:15 $wHyW18.'NOVIMI.6th promised an unusually enjoy- _
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Following the songfest and busIness

meeting City Manager New Extended Guarantees! If PARKS FURNITURE I
Charles Jackson will introducethe structural defect occurs In the SuperSlumlierKing
fAMIlY CeweH IHIfr
Mayor the dry commissioners during the first year or
WAKE Of THE and other government offi In the Deepsfeep Deluxe,Back Car 4
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The program will include the F $ mattress will be replaced by COMPANY
7 T*t4O wen known White Family who Simmons without charge. Thereafter .> .
proportionate annual use > - ,
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numbers. charge win be made for remainder KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD :_

of guarantee period. ,> _ .._ __
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Tlse Bfetttmmee Gazetfev Klssfanmee, Fhu. Th>oss.. Oct. $U 1968 3

Kowboys Beat i Kowboys MeetFrostproof '





: Sebring 26-0 Friday ", 't- 9

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The HghrMfag kowboys will and 166 in the backfield to 15L
The Osceola School Kow yard drive. '
High
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KIssiimnee trevel to Frostproof Friday to It should be a good game as
boys, up against one of its toughest Sebring downs 12 meet the Bulldogs on the Frost- both teams are in good physical -
of the 5 First jir
opponents season .
proof field at 8 pm. condition.
broke loose !in the third quarter 123 Rushing yardage 169
Frostproof has the best teem The Kowboys have been workIng -
and scored 19 points Friday night 10 Passing yardage 117
4-7 this year in the school's history on passing and tighteningtheir
1-8 Passes
and took a 2&0 Ridge Conference and is in third place in the defense. Sebring was their
football Sebring. 0 Passes Intercepted by 0 . =
game from 2-30 Ridge Conference, right behind best defensive game to date, according ",
Steve Yowell. who has person- 2-30 Punts the Kowboys. This will be their to coach Jack Yearwood.
ally scored 36 points during the 4 Fumbles lost 2 .h ;. ,
and the Kow- have four to In
tomecoming game They games go '
season to date, set off the explosion 80 Yards penalized 45 boys aim to take the edges off the season and are determinedto .. I { : -

in the third quarter when Individual yardage : it for them. end up in the top bracket of .. "-
Foihan C, Rapp-37. / Q
ft.-
took the opening kickoff for Sebring: 'll. '
he !i -
I They have a well balanced! attack the conference. This is their last " _..
the second half and raced &> Sml h-32. ... .
i Kissimmee Yowell 75. Jons- with good running and pass- year in the Ridge Conference as ) \. -
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Before the
yards for
a score. Their is enter the Belt Conference CHARLIE WHITE
16. ing. punting exceptionaL they Orange GARY DYMMEK
Highlands team realized what 59, Crum 19, Harren
had happened to them Ear Sebring ___._.... 0 0 0 O- 0 They win outweigh the local eleven next year. They have
Johns had taken a 40-yard Kissimmee .___._- 0 0 19 7-2G by an average of 184 in the been defeated only one time. White
pass line to the Kowboy's average 163 That was the first game of the Dymmek
from Eddie Harren and Yowe K Yowell 85 kickoff return i ,
season when Arcadia defeated
went over from the 14 after Jimmy (Kick failed)
Thrift Club Met .
them 130.captains
Crum covered a Sebring turn Johns 4 pass from HaroD
for this week's of the Week
game
(Parker kick) Players
Tuesday AfternoonThe
ble.Harren > win.be Gary Dymnek. Earl Johns
add another touchdowr K. YoweU 14 run (kick failed
and Bob defensive
Magnaghi. Playing

in fourth period, capping a 6S K Haren 1 run (Parker kick) Kissimmee Thrift dub met .
will Jim Cram and
be I Defensive players came in for more. Gary te a 1116let.
1 FIRST TOUCHDOWN Kowboy back Steve Yowell Tuesday at the Agricultural building -
Aaron Baxter, ends; Steve Parker top honors this week as the Os- terman. He plays. Wen ve corner
made the first touchdown of the game here Friday: night with 28 members present. John Hand tackles; Richard ceola High School Kowboys chose line backer and offensive

m Bulldogs Lose T< by picking up the kickoff and dashing across the goal line conducted During the Miss bus1nessmeeting Lum-, Bryant, guard; Gary Dymnek the team's players of the week. quarterback. In the game against
Sidney
some 85 yards away. The Kowboys went on to beat Se- by Eugene Spiers Charlie White and Gary Dymmek, 15, son of Mr. Sebring. Gary played aa out
ley, past president pins were presented
bring 26 to o.Intercession. Chuck Whalen, linebackers; Earl and Mrs. ,John Weir, was chosen standing defensive game allowinga
Hamlin and Emo-
Tavares 25-20 to Lucy Johns and Bob Magnaghi halfbacks back of the week. A sopho- minmmum of yardage to his
City News gene Smith for their past serve outside position.

ice.Miss Dietrich discussedoven Seeing offensive action will be Garden Circle To Charlie White. 17 son of Mr.
ST. CLOUD There was very; they were on the receiving end Marilyn Eddie Harrell and Steve Yowell and Mrs. Charles L. White Sr.,
little solace for St. Cloud High of a sustained St. Cloud assault Mrs. Frankenfield meals and served. sam- backfield; Jim Barber Gary Hold Rummage-Sale is a 155 pound tetterman. This
School fans who watched the during the remaining portion of ples to the members.It Stills, Bill Hankins and Lou Tar marks the second time this year
Bulldogs wind up on the short the game. was voted to have an an cai, lineman. The rummage sale of the he has been so honored Charlie
end of a 25-20 score although Heartbreaking statistics show day meeting every month, the A bus for spectators will leave Gloriosa Circle of the Kissim- plays offensive tackle and guard
handed Tavares statis- made 17 first Attends ConventionBy forenoon to be spent in the form 6:15. Garden Club is being con-
they a that St. Cloud the Broadway Pharmacy at mee In the game with Sebring be
tical whipping last Friday night. downs to 5 for their opponents.John of a workshop. _ _ Seats may be reserved by calling tinued Friday, Nov. 1st, 14 W played a fine defensive game
Tavares took a 13-0 lead early Crowe, workhorse ball car- Members were asked to bring Broadway. The cost for the roundtrip Darlington, opposite the Elk's from his line backer position. He
in the third quarter and did not rier for St. Cloud, toted the pig weekend.Mr. old Christmas cards to the next is $2.25. Club, starting at 8:00 a.m. also called defensive signals.
Mr. dare Bloker has return- and Mrs. George Heisey to be used in
meeting. They are .
relinquish the advantage though skin for 148 of the 240 yards
ed for the Winter and is a guestat have arrived from Lancaster, ways to bring cheer to the sick.
chalked up by the Bulldogs. .
Tavares' rushing yardage totaled the Coyner Rest Home. Penna., for the Winter. Each member is to bring her own ?,.- \
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SHRIMPIn 167. Among others who have returned Mr. and :Mrs. Boyd Cummings lunch. C '.
are Miss Hilda Winters have gone to West Virginia fora Flans were also made for the '
7 of
St. Cloud completed out ENROLL NOW
A Basket and Thomas Jacobson.. few weeks to visit among Christmas party.FTA .
12 passes for a total of 115 yards;
: Mrs. :Mary Frankenfield has friends. k
FREEZETTEDRIVEIN Tavares attempted 7 passes and j
I been attending the State Convention Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rogersare
2 for 58
yards.
completed To Hold "CarWash"
of the Women's Christian parents of a baby boy born
has I SCHOOL
The defensive team a i! CARLTON BEAUTY
Union held in:
strong line but seems to lack i Temperance last Saturday. Saturday '
and Bradenton. Prior to the convention -I Mrs. James Willey, mother of
speed in the secondary zone 329 Southfan Shopping Center
as a result the Bulldogs have she visited in Lakeland.Mr. Mrs. Phillip Lucas, is staying Members of the Future Teachers -
been plagued by the 'long run' William Quids of Kissim- with the Lucas family for a of America at Osceola High Auburndale, Florida

in all their games.St. mee Highlands supplied the pulpit time.Mr. School win hold a "car wash" For information Call (coiled] Woodlawn 7-4588
Cloud had the ball on Tava- of the Christian and Mis- and Mrs. Don Cramer of Saturday, November 2nd, from
I res' 6 yard line in the second sionary Alliance last Sunday.Mr. Ohio are living in the Elsie 9:00 to 12:00 and from 1:00 to

quarter and 3 downs to carry it Tommy Hagerty of Ali- Welsh apartment. 4:00.The
into the end zone but failed to quippa, Penna., is staying with "wash" will be held be- I Transportation Available I
score. One other key play that his aunt Mrs. John Hagerty.He Woman's Club To hind Roberson's Drug Store. The MIS. WlTON

determined the final outcome of has obtained employment in charge will be $1.00.

the game was a 73 yard kickofi Davenport.Mr. Present DisplayAn

($ return by Tavares' Don Cham- and Mrs. Harvey Cooley Arts and Craft program is Woman's Club To Moderate Tuition Easy Terms Complete Course
bliss for a TD. have purchased the former Ow- scheduled for the regular meet- -

Smmrteit ImncTuon or dint.tr ..,ral,..i I Two of St. Cloud's scoring efforts -lett house and have moved from ing of the Kissimmee Woman's Meet TuesdayMembers Includes Uniforms, Tools Only 7 Months

font in Central Florid*** DeligM were the result of passes. Dayton, Ohio to take up per- Club Tuesday, November 5th, at and Textbooks.

,oar family . honor roar gnettt Don Young took a 26 yard pass manent residence here. 2:30 p.m. in the club house. of the Kissimmee
. by bringing.them li Alt truly from Oscar Simmons ,and Crowe I Mr. William Marsh is a pa- Members are invited to bring Woman's dub will display many .
nntjnt dining room.fim. tossed one 32 yards to Lanny tient at a Kissimmee hospital. interesting objects for display.A i interesting objects at the meet- I Day and NightClasses

o..er)Can.' .*...*.I'aftWf. wee.ei Bass. The Major Walter Hinshaws skit will be presented by ing to be held Tuesday after- I
Crowe scored the other Bulldog attended a missionary toner the drama committee, directed noon.
j
TD with a plunge throughthe tion in Tampa on Monday.Mr. by Mrs. Rufus Suhl. Those displaying should bring

wnMitt1ll. i line. Conversions, both by and Mrs. Frank Clark -A "Pennies for Pines" collec- their objects to the club before best In Culture Training with
School' that offers the Beauty
..Ole..... > runs, were made by Wright and were home from Tampa for the tion will be taken. The donationswill noon and are invited to bringa The you,
!...<... instructors. Included with this course Is. a classn
Florida Fed Florida's finest.
J Young.t be used in the sandwich and stay for. the 4 of

J. Fans: were pleased and surprised eration's reforestation project. meeting. Hot coffee will be pro | ..,self improvement with emphasis on charm and poise . .
to 'set., the new electronic Another collection "Pennies for vided.
M ,. ; . : :; Scoreboard'which was purchasedby Art" will be taken to benefit tal-

1"O..'CEf CHERRY ,..5395RE.IDENCEI8473444 the High School. Athletic As- ented art students. Visitors are Our School Motto-"TO BE PROUD TOMORROW OF WHAT I DO TODAY"
sociation. cordially invited to attend the Indiana Club To

'Ei .' ; ., The massive Scoreboard arrived meeting and view the display.
.' in St. Cloud on the day of District 7 of the FFWC held Hold Dinner Monday

I.UU the game and thanks to a con- its election of officers in Lees-
LEMUR JAMES L. HUTCHINSON certed, cooperative effort by the burg Thursday, October 24. Seven The Indiana Cub will have a
Metropolitan'..",oFICe CowallonfMETROPOLITAN St Cloud Uilities Department representatives of the Kissimmee covered dish dinner at the com
E.TATEANNINO AND BU5INIES. INSURANCE the school maintenance staff, and Junior and Senior clubs attended.The munity .house in St. Cloud Mon- GRAND OPENING

Pat Dougherty of City Electricthe four delegates were Mrs. day, November 4th.
>'. big big board was erected Robert Ford president; Mrs. Each one is to bring a covered

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY and ready for testing at 4 pjn. Stetson Tarvqr, secretary; Mrs. dish and own service. Coffee,
Orrict: 203 NORTH' MAGNOLIA ,",VENUE. o"''LAN DO. FLA. and will be furnished
travel Lake and cream -
The Bulldogs to Carl Kenton, past president sugar
RB IDCNCC: 914 EMMETT STREET. KICSIMMCE. FLA. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2ndKISSIMMEE
Weir tomorow (Friday) night lora Mrs. Hilpa Prjor, representingthe by the committee. ,
conference game. American Home Division. Dinner will be served at noon.

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Herbert ISverson
(1) CHI rtl Af'fMII' >
THEKBSIMMCE Sproute Averse !is Atlirwta
Succumbed Sunday Street The pcfvcte lEOcrtr 00m -
GAZETTE $410 per Bswal frost feet of
the UMM troKUgR, e C fret tot. .
Herbert Leroy Everson 80, of Board of Public tottrmcttem of
223 Palmway Kissknmee, died ,.,! ,",. Osceola Coontjr. 56% oC the tots j

A "aka H. Perry Xewa.-r Sunday. He Born Bannister cost of said project.
was at
(2) Drury Avenue' -from Broadway -
Michigan and moved to Kis- Mitchell Street-9470 per
Offices 24-26 Stewart Aye. lineal front foot.
: P4BEST simmee in 1952 from Grand Haven 1 (3) Stunner Street rVmiiaaiit

Telephone 847-2881 Michigan where he was a I Avenue to Vernon Avtswe adClvde .

member of Local Union No. 460 -S4 Avenue.70 per to lineal Bermuda front foot.Avenue -

A.F.L. \4> PenfleU Avenue Last.
Entered as Second CUM Mall Matter
Street to Thacker Aveme-44 70
In the Post Office at KUsimmee. Fla. Survived by his wife Mrs. Ellen per lineal front foot.

Everson of KLsstamee; <5) Jacaranda La** Naotuae

PnblUhed Thursday at Kissimmec Florida daughter Mrs. Beatrice Smithof to Drury front foot.AVCBTM-S470 per lineal -

Dowagic, Michigan; brother 'I. The total coat of ei Improvements -

LEO SCHUMAKER TL. Earl Everson St. Cloud; sister paid on all' ofowaNci' sad to by be
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Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION I Myrtle Swift Jacksonville; the Cltyby M above set forth are as
three grand and twelve great follows:
grandchildren. Property owners __ _164.a
RATESSix City of Klsstmmee sa,164.86
Funeral services were held in The proportion of the total expenses -
months, $2.50; one year, $4.00; two Tears, $7.00 the Chapel of the Riedel Funeral of saM streets to be paid
bthe City Is for legal, contingencies -
4 The 'K gs[nwnee Gazette, Kls&immee, Fla., Taurtk, Oct. SI, 19C8 PERFORMANCE-Eloise Gross as presented the Home at 3:30 pjn Wednesdaywith drainage rdoeattnc utilities

the Rev. intersections and engineering
R. V. Kauffman
Benton Cup by J. D. Benton at the Footlight Theatre us above set forth herein
Vote For Amendment 2 Officiating fellow neighbors
serv- Section 3. The nature of the proposed
Guild meeting Monday night. She was chosen by the audi- ed as casket bearers C. A. Hillman Improvements to each ofsaid

Last year, our local high schools graduated 153 ence as giving the best sustained performance in the Clark Capwell Howard streets with the type of paving -
and the widths thereof are as
seniors. This year there are 222 enrolled in the senior Guild's production of "Blithe Spirit" by Noel Coward. Hall Judge J. A. Balding. H. C. above set forth herein. Farther. details

classes.If The play was directed by Jerry Phay. (Photo by Eby) Wilson, and Alvin Lawrence. In- ments of on said such streets proposed are shown laamo.OB e-

terment was in Osceola an assessment plat with the plans
history is any indicator, not only will there bea Memory and
Gardens, Riedel Funeral Home in specification of such proposed
great more seniors graduating this coming Improvements and the estimated
many charge. 1 ,o$t thereof on file at the eftIee

Spring (and not just here, but throughout the nation), Circle Told Of t AS f The the lands City Manager designated of upon said CHy.wile*

but an increasing percentage of them will continueon ih; sped assessments shall be ...-
led are as follows:
to college. Henry Hotz, 68, All lots and lands adjoining and

This is the children bornin Missionary NurseST. IL contiguous or bounding and abutting
postwar "baby crop"the Died WednesdayHenry upon such Improvements or

1945 the we've been warned about for the further benefited thereby and
ones designated by the ......-
past 15 And the postwar '"baby crop" didn'treach CLOUD Mrs. James TO DIRECT SCHOOL Carleen McQuinston, fashion ment plat hereinafter providedfor'
years. '
sionary Society as well as friendsare Charles Hotz 68, of 102 model will direct
the Pat Flesher and
its peak in 1945, it kept rising for several years Jernigan was hostess to the invited to attend the study North Palm Ave. died Wednesdayin Modeling Finishing Section. All special alignments
School here against the lots and lands deemed
Alice Gaventa Circle of the Woman's to open soon.
afterward. course. Mandelbaum Gate not a a Orlando Hospital. Born in to be specially benefited abutting

Missionary Union First gate at all, is a passageway Perry. Oklahoma, he was em- and contiguous to said proiosedImprovements
The children who graduate in 1964, and 1965, and Baptist Church, at the monthly through the on each of said
"no man's land"between ployed by the U.S. Civil Servicein streets shall be payable In
Local BankSupports !LEGAL NOTICES money
1966, are going to have to enter colleges and univer- meeting.The Israel and the Arab the Canal Zone. Upon Retirement within thirty (30) days after said I

sities which overcrowded. Some world set 15 at he moved here in 1957. special Improvement liens against
are already of them based up years ago ProgramFirst RESOLUTION NO. 1-C3 said properties specifically benefited -
program was on the end of a war not yet settled He was a Member of Albert A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR shall have been confirmed without ...
may not be able to enter any college. the book GRACE McBRIDE, STREET IMPROVEMENTS
IN interest However, if deferred'
by a peace treaty. It is the only Lodge No. 162 and Guthrie Con-
MISSIONARY NURSE Lila National Kissim- THE CITY OF KISSIMMEE. payment is desired by the said
by Bank
This is why the legislature has placed the bal-
on
point of contact between Israel sistory at Guthric Oklahoma and FLORIDA AND LEVYING AND property owner the same may be
Watson. In the mee has joined with other Flor-
lot in the special election next Tuesday "Amend- reviewing book and the Arab World. Passage The Brotherhood of Maintenanceof COLLECTING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS : paid In three annual Installments
Circle members were informedof ida banks in nationwide supportof AGAINST PROPERTIES at the rate of 8% per annum on
through the gate is restrictedand Way Balboa Canal Zone. SPECIALLY
ment No. 2 which ear-marks the state's BENEFITED. the unpaid tiatance
gross receipts the desperate need for mis- 4-H Club work through a ]ED IT RESOLVED
BY THE CITY
closely guarded. No Jewish Survived by his wife :Mrs. Section 5 Upon its adoption this
tax on utilities (a very stable source of reve- sionary nurses in 18 Baptist hos citizen of Israel this Edna Hotz of Kissimmee contribution to the National 4-H j COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF Resolution shall be published in ,
can cross ; one KISSIMMEE IN LAWFUL SESSION one Issue of The Kissimmee Gazette ..
pitals. Club Foundation
nue) as security for bonds which can be issued under border and no citizen of Jordancan son, John Edward Hotz. Canal of Washington. ; ASSEMBLED AS FOLLOWS: a weekly newspaper published
D. c., announced John E. Carroll Section 1. The City Commission
in the of Ktadmmee.
During the business session come to Israel. Both Zone; sister. Mrs. Corene Bah. City
the direction of legislature and cabinet for construc- govern- president. 'does hereby determine to make Section 6. The City Manager shall
members decided to use the book ments however have agreed to Perry, Oklahoma. public Improvements by widening make up a special assessment roll !,
tion at our state supported Universities and Colleges.Also The First National Bank be- certain streets In
said
MANDELBAUM GATE by H. let tourists cross at Christmas Funeral services were held in ; City and by In accordance with this Resolution
paving of certain
streets In said
lieves that the 4-H Foundation complete and file same with this ,
on the ballot are two other amendments-im- Leo Eddleman for the next mission time to visit relatives and the Chapel of the Riedel Funeral j City designated as follows: Commission as soon as possible.s'

portant also to us. But neither of these amendments study course. The book will friends. Home at 2:00 p.m. Saturday with provides an excellent opportunity -:'PROJECT CENTRAL No.1 AVENUE: Said assessment roll shall show the
to broaden its lots and lands
(changing the election of state officers to the off be taught by Mrs. Jernigan dur Monday, Baptist women Orange Blossom No. 80 F and of traditionally from Sproule Avenue to for said proposed specifically Improvements assessed on
strong the local and
years 26. throughout the world support Aultman Street; paving 26 the aforesaid the
ing the evening of November will observe A.M. Kissimmee giving full Masonic streets. amount of
and providing funds for purchase of recreational land) state 4-H movement. Leadershipfor ft wide: an 8" llmerock assessment against each lot or parcel
Before study starts members ol Baptist World Alliance Day of Rites Cremation to follow. base W/1%" Asphaltlc of land abutting upon. contiguous -

important though they are, have nearly the potentialfor WMU will have a potluck sup- Prayer. Each woman is asked Riedel Funeral Home in charge. the Florida participationcame i Concrete Surface Coarse* to. or bounding or adjoiningeach
Sub-base
from John Henry Logan Stabilization. 40 of said streets and the method
6 in the church by the WMU to hour
at re- pledge one
per p.m. lbs
benefit Amendment No. 2. per square Inch MI-
as vice president of The Exchange of payment of said special assessments
that in ami Type Curb each side
creation room. day prayer for World : as herein provided
We solicit vote for this Amendment. But National Bank of 'estimated cost of said
Tampa. project
your All WMU Circles and the Mis- Missions. ..._, .... Section 7 There is hereby appropriated
above all, take the time to vote . next Tuesday, at St. Cloud Church To The National 4-H dub Foun- ;: ?nn as -follows: $15.586.03Apportioned fund or from the cigarette the general tax fund revenue of

dation complements the work of Amount to be paid by raid City the amounts of money
your regular polling place. Start Study CourseST. the Cooperative Extension Service property owners abut- necessary to pay the City's portionof
World of ting said avenue the of said
expenses proposed
Day Prayer
through citizenship education (property owners Improvements on each of the aforesaid ..
The College Building Amendment"Seldom CLOUD Woman's Soc- leader training international amount equal residen- streets as herein above set
tial street based on forth.
Planned For iety of Christian Service First 4-H programs and program usable area of lot) Section 8. This Resolution shall

has a proposed amendment to the Florida FridayST. Methodist Church, will start a development and re- School cost Board of 50% total take effect Immediately upon Itladoption. \
project$8,563.81 .
constitution had so many individuals and groups study course. The Changing City search. This includes operatingthe Amount to be paid by Dated thta 29th day of October -....

Challenges the Church 9:30 National 4-H Center, con- City 7022.22 A .D. 1968. ,
CLOUD Mrs. Emmons at
piano will offer as a solo How
working for approval as does the College Building PROJECT No.2: aJ.. ADRIAN BOVIS
ducting the International Farm
Day president of United Churchwomen Great Thou Art. a.m. November 6. The study from MayorComiatsetonerATTEST

Amendment, which will be voted on November 5. of St. Cloud, extends an Mrs. Handel H. Brown, program group will meet in the Friend- Youth Exchange (IFYE), and Broadway to Mitchell .
Street paving 26 ft. wide
Teachers, parents, high school and college students, invitation to all 'women to par- chairman is assisted by ship Class Room in Beams Mem- operating the 4-H Peace Corps ;an 8" llmerock base; City Charles Manager Jackson

civic and social groups are marshalling their strengthand ticipate in the annual observanceof the Mmes. Walter Aker CharlieJ. orial Library. projects in Brazil Venezuela .'crete W/l%Surface" Asphaltlc Coarse Sub-Con- 1963.Duly adopted: 29 day of October 1

World Community Day which Larsen and Ellis Golds- Wesleyan Service Guild Bazaar and Uruguay. base Stabilization, 40 lbs.
October
31
wits to give the amendment an overwhelming will be held tomorrow (Friday) ,worthy. and dinner will be held in the Thirty 4-H dub members ;per square Inch, Miami 1963

victory.It afternoon 2 p.m., at the Presbyterian Ushers for the service will be church annex Nov. 7. Contribu- from Florida have attended Cit- \Type Curb cost each of said side project; estimated 8853.60 t

amounts&tc.a,crusade to do., for Florida's so- Church annex. Hhe Mmes. J. W. ,Geel,"Charles tion of 5LOOper person for dinners izenship Short 'Courses_ at the Apportioned as follows 4 4i
Mrs. J. V. Meyers principal Barnes Edward(Sheffield, and ,., National Center this'summer. In Amount to be-paid__by
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called "war babies" now reaching college age what. property owners $2,669.60
"gOesfspeaker\ Ion the occasion;* Walter Fink. \ 7 The Honorable Tom Adams addition a Florida> agent was Amount to be paid by

Florida did for'those'same "war babies"'eleven years will present as her topic NATION Refreshments will be furnishedby will be guest speaker at Meth- among 50 persons winning'schol- PROJECT City -No.3 .' 6184.00 err

ago when they were first entering,public elementary BUILDING, A CHANNEL TO the Presbyterian Women and odist Men's Club meeting on arships to the 12th annual National i SUMNER STREETfrom: uS

schools.It PEACE. served by The MInes Roy Kinney Nov. 11. Mr. Adams will talk on Workshop in Human De- Beaumont Avenue to Ver-
the Cross State Canal. velopment and Human Rela- :non Avenue and Clyde MOVIE j i
Henry Thompson accompaniedby Arthur Larkey, and Vera Avenue to Bermuda Avenue -
is a question of money money to build more Mrs. John Hensch on the Bolin. Board of Trustees Messers. tions; she is Miss Ruth L. Milton I widening street to 36

and more new school buildings before the buildingswe Jim Reneker, Paul Kirkpatrick, Assistant State Girls' 4-H 6"ft llmerock pavement base, Relay for Curb addI- t

now have are seriously overcrowded. It is also a Frank- Miller, J. W. Sage William dub Agent Florida State University 1 tional pavement, adjust PROJECTOR4

C. Joumigan Roland Fries, Tallahassee. :driveways leveling course
question of: Shall we as we by more and Catholic ChurchTo over brick and place 1%" 1
pay go, Robert Hensel Herb Cowley and At the present (Sept. 1-a Asphaltlc Concrete over 36 *

more taxation, or borrow, and pay later? Henry Thompson met recently Lewis E. MacCarter of Elfers j ft. width. Clyde Avenue j- :}
to Bermuda Avenue
The amendment will enable Florida to begin immediate with The Reverend T. C. O'Steen is in training at the National4H I 26 ft. wide, a 6"; paving soil- -<1
and members of the 4 cement base with 1%"
building Club Foundation in preparation .
construction of badly needed higher educa- St. '
Asphaltlc Concrete Sur-
Operate committee discuss and
to plans for service with the 4-H 1 face
Course and Miami i
tion facilities. Unless action is taken now, Florida make recommendations to the Peace Corps in Uruguay. His j Type Curb each side; estimated -

faces a critical\ shortage of college classrooms. The congregation for several im- first training perioJ, July 8-Aug. j lect.-cost of said pro-19334.17

number of high school graduates is expected to jump Cloud HospitalOther provements to church propetrty.The 31, was at Iowa State Univer- .Apportioned as follows:
improvements Amount to be paid by
are sum- sity. During October he Win re- i
from in 1962-63 to 1970. property owners abut-
43,914 218,000 by
marized as follows: to insulate ceive further training in Uru- ting said avenue $9,94963
Expanded and improved college facilities are vital and air condition the church and guay. Amount to be paid

to Florida's economy. Future industrial expansionwill ST. CLOUD Crystallization members of the boardin annex, pay for and jcomplete i PROJECT by the City No 4_: 9,384.54 : :
paving of parking lot make i PENFIELD AVENUE rfr
of a dream begun by Theresa addition to President Brownare
higher education facilities.In .
depend largely our
on Lavon
Street to Thacker
and Manny Budinger 13 years J. W. Geel,.Carl Kiekhaefer, necessary changes and remodel- Ida Tiller Circle \Avenue; paving 26 ft.
this era of modem technology, industry must have ago took place this week when Joseph Shanaphy Dr. W. Dale ing of the office and do what- wide: a 6" soil cementW7IW'

ready access to quality college education.The the Catholic Church agreed to Beamer, Earl Harris, Franklin ever re-wiring of the church To Meet Wednesday : Surface Asphaltic and Miami Concrete -

constitutional amendment proposed will take over the operation of the Poffenbaugh Theresa Budinger, building that is necessary. Type Curb each side; estimated with .
new 32 bed St. Cloud Orlando District Men's meet- T cost of said project$10,m.26
Hospital. and Paul Kirkpatrick. The Ida Circle of the Women's Amount to be AUTOMATIC
paid
by
if approved, permit the sale of $75 millions in bonds Reverend Handel H. Brown ing is scheduled for tonight Society of Christian Service will property owners abut- i

during the next two years to build much-needed jun- president of St. Cloud Hospital (Thursday) at Reeves Memorial. .meet Wednesday, Nov. 6, at Amount ting said to avenue be paid 5687.00 THREADING

ior colleges and universities. It will not be used for Foundation was informed of His All men of the church are the home of Mrs. Elbert Hald- by the City 5.040.26PROJECT
Halloween Parade invited and those planning to ,r No. 5:
vocational technical schools, because they are still in Excellency Archbishop JosephP. attend are asked to contact William stedt, 103 Brack Street. j JACARANDA LANE $
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Hurley's decision throughThe Scheduled TodayST. All members are urged to at- 'Neptune- to Drury Avenue ONLY 5495
the planning stage. Reverend Terence J. Far- Ketchersid, Wilbur Grobyor tend. ; paving 26 ft. wide;

Each two years, an additional $50 million in bondscan relly. pastor of St. James Catholic CLOUD-Ross Jefferies R. E. McCracken. Asphaltlc i i 6" soil cement Concrete W/1 Surface %"

be issued if sanction by a two-thirds vote of the Church, Orlando.A Elementary School Halloween rype Course Curb each and side Miami; estimated -

Legislature.What letter from Fr. Farrelly Parade begins today (Thursday) Peggy Thacker Wesleyan Guild To ect cost _of_said_pro-13848.39

said "I received official word at 4 p.m. and the units will as- Amount
Meet to be paid by
will be the source of state revenue pledgedto Monday NightThe
Wins Coveted Award
today from Fr. Nugent that the semble on Pennsylvania Avenue property owners abut-
these millions? The utilities receiptstax ting said lane -.$6.294.58 HUNT
repay gross Diocese will accept St. Cloud north of 10th Street.
Amount to be .
paid
by
Peggy nine old
which yielded $10,092,378 during the 1962-63 HospitaL I was Instructed to Pace of the march will be set Thacker year Wesleyan Service Guild the City 7.533.81 .
student of Bea's Ceramic Studio will meet Monday night at eightat Section 2. The expenses of such
have our attorney Mr. (Fran- by the first children
fiscal year. This tax has been levied against public grade as: won the coveted "Freddy" the home of Mrs. Al Cody. 1 Improvements of said. streets shall
cis E.) Pierce, proceed to draw they precede the High School be defrayed by special assessments
utilities companies for the past 32 years. The tax up the transfer papers. Mr. Band and other grades, floats at the Central Florida Ceramic Mrs. Glenn Dunsmore will pre- and from the general fund or dg- BROS.

would be for the 50 Show held at Orlando last week- sent the program. irette tax fund of said City. The J
pledged next beginningnext will
.years, Pierce estimates that it and the Junior High School ipportlonment of
weeksto end. This is tops in the children.s of: such special V improvement
January. .. take approximately two Band will follow. The parade 4
division of the show. each of said streets shall
be on the
Experts in state finance estimate the cost of get the papers in order and will move south on Pa. Ave. to| in The Chorus of Osceola High t basis of the front footage of the "THE' Of@i
Debby Cody second
pay- won a
complete the transfer."I 13th St., turn west to New York School will bold a bake sale att:property abutting upon mad con f
; Chinese figurines. tiguous to each of said. FRONT
ing back the bonds and interest at less than $5,500- streets to
Ave. then turn north and finally Hunt Bros. and at WinD Dixie t be improved. Each property' ownern STORE"i
am happy to be able to Bed Combs, head of the local
000 per year. Since there are 5,500,000 people in turn west on 10th St. to Mass Saturday, November 2nd, from i each side of said streets to be

give you this good news and Ave. At that point the children studio won five ribbons with 9 a.m. to 4 mproved shall pay the proportion l, : :::::; :}':::?; ::..:z'/-: ::: ';;:;;:;;
Florida this means that cost of the program will be with the help of God it will not her entries. p.m. (of such cost of improvements as /: :-: :: ; : :. ;.. _
will fall out of the march but to
less than one dollar per person per year. be long until St. Cloud Hospitalwill the bands and floats will proceed The judges were members of

The bond issue follows an accepted precendent for be serving the community" to the Jefferies School. the National Ceramic Society.Woman's .
Rev. Brown said that heV3.S
public school construction and contains several builtin In contact with Sister Theresa Parade marshal Gordon Daw- The PAT FLESHER STUDIOS ,
son will be assisted by Richard
safeguards.A Francis administrator of the 1 ClubPlaru'Important
Chenoweth. The carnival, previously !
bond issue seems to be the best means of financing -, hospital, and all had hopes of held outdoors, will be of Winter Park and Orlando

the higher education facilities, and it is certain opening the doors before the set up inside the school in various Meeting

increase her facilities end of the year. Acquisition of classrooms and booths will 1 Announces the ofa
that Florida must college if she the remaining furniture and fix- ST. CLOUD Mrs. Isaac V. Opening
be presided mothers
over by room
is to keep pace with expected enrollment increases." tures is being handled with ex- Meyers will present the Fine

-Vero Beach Press-Journal. peditious speed. Chairman Tom Tumbleson announced Arts Department program atWednesday's Kissimmee StudioCarleen
meeting of Woman'sCub.
that buffet meal of
a
is
The story of the hospital .
Detecting CancerHow of trials and tribulations. hamburgers or frankfurters McCimlon of
one baked beans and cole slaw will j Mrs. Joseph H. Watson will Kiulmraee Director
Citizens of the community raised the
preside at important busi-
of the lip usually be detected in be served in the cafeteria for
cancer can a
more than ,$200,000 before they 50 ness meeting beginning at 2:30 "Your Appearance Is TOUT future Invert In H"
cent donation
its early and more likely curable stage, by most any ran into financial difficulties. p.m. dub members will vote on

person, is one of the subjects discussed in a free book- First Federal Savings and Not in only St. Cloud parents is but every- the recommendation of the Board Includes posture ovtword, polio Inward, p.ronaQrr' uvvaxprIon
one extended
Loan Association of Osceola a I of Directors to make several wardrobe planning, dWgnJna and cra.Hng awn fashions,
let published by the American Cancer Society. Also cordial invitation to view the *.....< application hair styling,vafaa . .
County came through with a : improvements at the dub build-
in the booklet are descriptions and recommendations parade, come to the carnival
loan of $50,000 to meet some ing and Veteran's Memorial
and support the one big financial Attend our Fashion Clinic on Monday November 11 th
about other forms of cancer of the mouth and res- pressing obligations and to pre- Library.
project of the elementary 8 the Cub
at Kbslmmee Woman's
vent creditors from foreclosing All members are urged by p.m.
piratory tract, including cancer of the nose, sinuses, school Parent-Teachers Associa
on the building. First Federal Mrs. Watson to be present to

gums, cheeks, tongue, pharynx'larynx, trachea and also lent about $47,000 to match tion. make their wishes known as considerable CHILDREN TEENS ADULTSA

the bronchial tree. Hill-Burton funds from'. the Fed- expense will be involved -

It has been estimated ,that there will be 19,000new eral Government. The old fashioned dances sponsored in the improvements and. alteraticn -

cases of cancer of the mouth,larynx and pharynx Plans are on the drawing by the Union Tourist Club s. member of the Modeling Association of America
board to build a rest home, motel of St. Good will start Monday. dub Trustees will serve as tea

duriag'the next 12 months and that 9,000 of present type, to supplement. the hospital November 4th at 8 pan. In- the hostesses .at the dose;'"of. theprogram. CALL 847-3088 for information
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and'dcvoioping: cases will probably be fatal.' 'income. 7" """"*'" St Cloud CommunityHoue.. ,






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f ** :', -- The Klssfanroee Gazette, KJ Ftat ftan., Oct. 31 I
-' Elementary School News : _ : SAVE :..:..:._ ... Ul4 .JM
s t. -, ,- a .
,zu Savory lamb . o feast anytime.
{ Elementary Honor Roll S
; A Cut through the crackling) brown i i ioutside

; L to the sweet, tender juicy
Announced By Principal
: f CHOICE I meat beneath. It's Q gourmet treat.

By PKGGY BRADBURY sponsible in securing the servicesof botts' room brought a hamsterto X _ J U. S. Choice American grown.
Honor Roll for grades four five the patrol officer who will reg- school. After his room enjoyed
.f hnd six was announced by Prin. ulate traffic and help our chil- I it t for a while, he shared it with
cipal Louis Feuerstein. Forty dren cross the street safely. Principal the other classes. 4t
children received this honor at Louis Feuerstein was seen Mrs. Abbott asked her children
I thb' close of the first six weeks of helping the children to become to bring acorns to school so that
school. They are: Fourth Grade- orientated to crossing the street the class could make a squirrel
Patricia Frakes Paula Carroll with aid of the patrolman. from them. "Nutty" the squirrel
Karen Hale. James Shephard. School pictures were taken resulted. Joe Reagan get to
Jeff King, Sally Schmidt Mary Wednesday. Two photographers take "Nutty" home because he Quantity Rights RtMrvtdMe ...1
Lombardy, Cerena Patterson, worked throughout the day to get brought the most acorns. .-. ** Good thru Novtmbtr 2ndWINNDIXIE / "f- L -
I Dale Bronson, Joyce Baker Jackie each child's "beauty struck. Mrs. Pat Tilly's level one class OOFTKIOHT STONES.-IMS IN*. ti Z WHOLE OR HALF
Darrell. Cindy Hazel Nancy Several mothers were on hand to had a tasting party. The children
Bauer and Joanne Tibbetts. assist the boys and girls in get- sampled bananas, apples car- \\tQ
Fifth Grade: Joe Johnston, ting their hair combed and but rets, and green pepper. The chil- Leg-O-Lamb l6. 69x
John Miller, Yvonne Badders, toning up shirts and straightening dren made faces at the thoughtof
Kathy English, Martha Fletcher collars. the
t green pepper. They were :
Sally Garner Connie Irving, There will be no school November afraid it was hot But much to Loin
Sheila McCall Angela Parker, 11 in observance of Veterans their surprise they liked it. Chops u
Melanie Scholl, Judy Smith, Peggy Day. And for long range planners The music classes of Mrs. Jean SMOKED HAM
Thomas, Bonita Underwood annual Thanksgiving holi- Donahue at the Emma Yowell
Charles Thompson and Connie days will be November 28 and 29. building have learned four new Rib Chops l6r ,
Lunsford. The stars are shining in Mrs. songs, Dry Bones Nine Days of .
Sixth Grade: Sandy Caldwell, Ruth Abott's level one room these Halloween, Alouetta and the Shank Half
Mike Ward. Danny Bass. Bill days. A good conduct chart was Happy Wanderer. The level one I Il I
Fraser Georgette Baker Sue Elliott made and at the end of the day through four children learned n iar LB.
Suzanne Fletcher, Ann the boys and girls get a star. .I. the folk game Pop Goes the Lfc. inops .
Glass, Tanaya Perry, Paula that is IF they have been good Weasel and the song Mares Eat
Shore, and Penny Goodrich. all day. At the end of the month Oats. ?
The addition of a law enforcement the child with the most stars The children in Mrs. Gwen Sh'Idr Roast LB. 49
officer in front of the Mary gets a prize. Murphy's classes have been hav-
Bryan building before and after The children learned this little ing lots of fun with a tape re Butt Half lb.49c
school hours has already proven poem and repeat it every so often corder. The students enjoy hear- Ground Lamb 39ji'
valuable In lessening the dread-] to remind themselves to be ing themselves read. The chil- "
ful traffic conditions that existed.I good: dren say that the voice does not
A group of Interested parents We want to be good sound like their own. Mrs. Murphy -,
and faculty members were re- We know that we should tells the students that thatis
But somehow we like to talk. the way they sound to other W-D BRAND EXTRA LEAN FRESH GROUND
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people.
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We're going to be good knowledge of words, observing .
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For we all want a little gold star. ed. When the tape is played
DRIVE-IN . CHICKEN BEEF TURKEY
Jeffrey Johnston from Mrs. AbIt's back, the students discuss needs Chip Beef LB.191
for improvement. Speed is not 8-oz. *
stressed in oral reading. A great Meat Pot Pies 6 PIES 10
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our command," is an apt description of for[ Mrs.forming l\Iurphyalso the sounds.used the chil- Ice Milk I McKENZIE VEGETABLES
f efforts to follow the
our family's wishes dren's edition of The Reader's
in conducting the funeral service; Digest. The students are enjoy- j Oran Pe.e J
Riedel service has traditionally been ing the short interesting stories I l.brUmo. "
MEMBER centered around the family's wishes. which are accompanied with ex- HALF 39 IleekeTe Pees 2 BIG $1 2for3l
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ercises to build skills such as ?
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6 Ite Kk' nee Gazette, Klssbnmee, Flm., HCT& Oct. SI. 1MB vile, Pennsylvania, after spend-' LEGAL NOTICES IN THE NOTICE TO office. In the Courthouse to Kisslmmee.Immediately. following the time Open House Held At

I ing two weeks visiting her daughter THE NINTH following the time above shown the proposals received -
and family the Charles IN THE L"l AND FOR shown. the proposals received will be publicly opened and Presbyterian ManseThe t
Thataway THE ; CIRCUIT COURT OF OLA. STATE OF be publicly opened and read. read.
Hawks, Jr. OF NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Chancery. HELEN County reserves the right to The County reserves the right to
Mr. and Mrs. Blake Shaw of FLORIDA.OSCEOLA COUNTY.IN AND FOR Plaintiff vs. HOW any and all bids and to reject any and all bids and to Rev. and Mrs. Dew Van
You are hereby formalities. waive formaliti
Pennant, Saskatchewan and Mr. IN IN CHANCERY NO. 6307 In equity for BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- BOARD OF COUNTY cot-nus. Etten held open house at the
RE
Vacation's Over and Mrs. Shaw of Perth Ontario, ALAN: ADOPTION HILL, a minor OF GERALD brought against SIONERS OF OSCEOLA SIONERS OF OSCEOLA new Presbyterian manse at 716
IRENE WOOD COUNTY. FLORIDABy COUNTY FLORIDA
are visiting their sister, Olive TO NOTICE TO DEFEND Court of the Ninth HARRIS G. DANIEL By HARRIS G. DANIEL S. Clyde Ave. Sunday afternoon
Perrigo at Whereas.A EUGENE J. HILL In and for County Chairman Chairman from 3 to 6 p.m.
Residence
It's Back Work little late but still news to YOU ARE HEREBY Unknown NOTIFIED of ummoned Florida ordered and ) Oct. 31. Nov. 7, 1963 (SEAL) Oct. 31. Nov. 7, 1963
to some of us is the announcementof the that above a Petition has been filed In He your written The First United Presbyterian
styled court by WALLACE
the birth of a son, Terence C. NICKLE AND PATRICIA In fenses against to the you In UNDER FICTITIOUS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S ,Church recently sold the former

By BETTY EBY Nelson Becky Miller, Clarice Roy to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Horning NICKLE.the wife and husband for titled cause. in NAME STATUTE COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. I manse on Emmett Street
adoption
of GERALD ALAN the FLORIDA.NO. .
Clerk of the Is hereby given that
Bob and I returned Saturday Harrell Judy Monell, Gary Jones, on August 22nd at the Flint i HILL a minor by the Petitioners for Osceola County. pursuant to the "Fie- 5472 and purchased the present
night from a two weeks vaca- Suzanne Padgett, Jessie Lee, Memorial Hospital in Flint, Mich-i and you are required to serve a office In the Court Name Statute" Chapter IN RE: ESTATE OF manse.
Mrs. is the former copy of your Answer or Objectionsto Immee. Florida . Florida Statute. we will GLADYS M. BLACKMAN
igan. Horning
tion. We went up the East Coastto Blake Williams Mrs. Lindsey show cause why said Petition 18th day of with the Clerk of the Cir Deceased.
New York visiting the Marters Stevens, Margaret McGonigal, Olive Layne Connolly. should not be granted on the At- and to serve a copy Court of Osceola County. Flo- NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Assisting at the open house
Jayne E. Geiser was named to torneys for the Petitioners. BRIN- or defenses upon the fictitious name to-wit: MAKE APPLICATION FOR were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hunt
in North Augusta, S. C., the Wil- Helen Carlson, Marie Riggs SON AND McWHIRTER. 11 Ver- T h a eke r. and R. Investors, under which FINAL DISCHARGE who
liam Truitts in Frankford Delaware Billy Glass, Claire Forrester, the Dean's List at Florida State non Street. Klsslnunee. Florida herein whose are engaged In business at TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON attended the guest book,
University for the third trimes- end file the original In the office Ktsslnunee. Florida Office Box 762. Kisslmmee. CERN: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth CaldweU
(he was stationed here Carol Williams, Sylvia Wysong. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court at said date as NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
during: World War II), the Henry: Best wishes to each of you. ter. To make this list a student his office at the Osceola County YOU fall to do so. the parties Interested In that Murray W. Overstreet Jr.. has who conducted the guests
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carter must have carried 12 or more tri Court House Klsslnunee Florida Confesso will be business enterprise are as fol- flied his final return as executorof through the house, Mrs. Ralph
Leidys in Philadelphia, then on on or before the 22nd day of November '
for the relief
you : George W. Rocker. O'Dell the Estate of Gladys M. Black- Rupert
earned grade Mrs.
to the big city for four fun filled have returned from a vacationin mester hours and a A. D. 1963: and upon your the Complaint. and Madelyn Bronson. man. deceased; that he has filed Maurice Grigsby
the Smokey Mountains and average of 3 (B). failure to do so a decree pro con- WITNESS my at Kisslmmee. Osceola petition for final discharge and and Mrs. D. L. Autrey Sr. who
days. Gail Greenough the week- fesso will be entered against you. said Circuit Court Florida. October 28th. 1963. that he will apply to the Honorable served.
New York is a grand place to Indiana. spent WITNESS my hand and the seal ty. Florida and GEORGE W. ROCKER O. P. Johnson County Judge of
end at Gainesville attending the of said Court In Kisslmmee Florida Court at O'DELL BRONSON Osceola County. Florida
is the 2nd
visit In the Fall. We went to Uly Chapman recuperating on
annual homecoming.J. this 14th day of October ty. Florida on MADELYN BRONSONOct. day of December. A.D. 1963. for More than 150 members of
three TV shows, a stage play following surgery at the Osceola and Gail Griffin returned A.D. 1963.GLENN of October. A.D., 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21. 1963 approval of same and for final discharge the congregation took advantage
J.
of RAY (CIRCUIT COURT as executor of the
Radio City and took a tour Hospital.Mr. estate of
Tuesday from an exciting trip Clerk of Circuit Court /GLENN NOTICE TO BIDDERS M. Blackman. deceased. of the occasion and called during -
interest. It and Mrs. William Heffner Gladys
of Osceola Florida
the city's places County. Clerk of
arrivedby IS HEREBY GIVEN TO 28th day of October, A.D. the afternoon.
was hard for me to believe that and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doughty around the world. They (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Osceola Interested bidders that the 1963.
plane at Tampa where they By /Marjorie R. Haye Thacker and of MURRAY W. OVERSTREET
of Commissioners JR.
County
such places as the Bowery ex- of Winter Garden enjoyed a Deputy Clerk Attorneys for ,
County. Florida will re- Murray W. Overstreet. Jr.
isted. The highlights of the tour four day cruise to Nassau on were met by Ruth Griffin. F.RINSON AND McWHIRTER Kissimmee. Florida sealed bids until 10:00 A.M. Executor of Estate of
was the United Nations buildingand the S.S. Florida last week.It Helen Eby went to Waycross, Attorneys Box 348. Kisslmmee.for PetitionersOct. Fla. Oct. 17 24. 31 18. 1963. for the purchase Gladys M. Blackman. TRAILER

the Cathedral Church of St. seems good to see so manyof Georgia, last week to visit Mr. 17. 24. 31. Nov. 7. 1963 .one W., Flat new Bed 1964 Truck model: to be 21.000 used deceasedOct.. 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21. 1963 LOTS MCTMONTH
John The Divine. our Winter residents back in and Mrs. J. C. Valentine and IN CIRCUIT the Osceola County Road De

New York we town. the latest to arriveare family. While there she entered IN THE COURT OF THE NINTH ; JUDICIAL and to be delivered to
After we left Among ..FLORIDA IN AND
County Barn. KIssimmee Park Mr. and Mrs. Jim Markert of
several of her handiworkin COUNTY SEP. TANK RIG POll
pieces JUDGE -
headed for the Skyline Drive at the Roy Schoenbergs of Ne- COUNTY. IN Florida.
the fair and won eight OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDANOTICE 6506. DIVORCE. bidder Is asked to show the Morristown Fla. announce the
and drove vada Ohio the Elmer Lawrences county WATER TAP.
OF '
Front Royal Virginia, INTENTION TO WARDS?; Plaintiff
date of delivery of the birth of a 7 lb. 6 oz. daughter
down to Gatlinburg right in the of Upper Sandusky, Ohio top prizes. HAKE APPLICATION FOB LIAM S. truck.Specifications. TROPICAL PARKKISS1MMEE
Don and Sally Cooperrider are FINAL DISCHARGEIN NOTICE OF be obtained Shawn Marie, Monday, October
midst of those beautiful moun- the E. Sykes Goodwins of Lud- RE: THE ESTATE OF ) OF may .
FLORIDA : Glenn Ray. Clerk of the 28th at the Memorial
Orange
leaving this week for the north. S
tains. There is just nothing to low, Vermont, the Herbert Kreit- LOUIS E. TODD EDWARDS. 811 of County Commissioners at
Don will attend a meeting in deceased ) field office In the Courthouse In Hospital.
the
compare with the beauty in the ers of Ludington Michigan, IN PROBATE HEREBY GIVEN .
Fall colors. T. S. Parks of Lake George, Chicago and Sally will spend TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- Instituted suit for -

' North New York the Raymond C. But- two weeks visiting her sister in CERN: you in the above
Brevard
We drove into Notice Is hereby given that I
Carolina just in time for the lers of Kings Park, New York, Grove City Ohio. have filed my final report as Executor you and are required hereby to Cot 1
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Cummingshave of the Estate of LOUIS E. SAMPLE BALLOTInstructions
answer or
Willard of Lebanon
. opening of the Ingram's Imperial the Yorks TODD deceased; that I have filed plaint filed in
Motor Lodge. We had the New Jersey, the Merl Eastons of returned to their home in petition for final discharge, and cause In the office
distinction of being their first Port Royal Pa., J. W. Hughstonof Orange Gardens, from Troy that: I will apply to the Honorable the Circuit Court
3. P. Johnson County Judge of
guests. Bill and Leda have Andover, Ohio, the Clarence Pennsylvania, where they havea Osceola County, Florida on 1the dicial)sceola Circuit>County of, at to Voters

spared nothing in making it one Timmermans of Little Falls, summer home.Entertained. 18th for approval day of of November.same and AD.for final I Courthouse In

of the nicest motor lodges we New York and the Alvin Law discharge as Executor of the Estateof on vember or before 1963. the and

have ever seen. rences of Seville, Ohio. LOUIS E. TODD, deceased. thereof on OFFICIAL BALLOT
It was a fun trip but it surelyis Mrs. Georgia B. Shaver has returned GroupMrs. 1963.This 10th day of October. AD. whose name and :! 1H TilX HITCH I16HT IIiNIMiTOlte

nice to be back home again.On to her home after spend- John E. Carroll entertained /Wllhelmus Executor of the G. Estate Heeren of so.out Decree below. Should Pro Tl CLOSE CURTAIlS & BIUSK MOST IE SPECIAL ELECTION

the list this week ing several weeks visiting her entered against SlOIIIS Fli
birthday at a luncheon Wednesday honoring Louis E. UTE
Todd hand as Clerk of 22 MAIX TODI 6Al1GTA1D{ Osceola County
are Jane Rouse, Susan and sister in Greenville, Kentucky.Miss Mrs. Hewen Lasseter of THACKER AND the seal of said TlIEClml
P.O. Box 527, KUsUnmee Fla. Florida
Danny Autrey, Bob Lancaster, Carol Sue Hutchinson of Orlando. Attorneys for ExecutorOct. mee. Osceola WYE MAW n

Penny Sue Baxter Michael Pat- Boynton Beach spent the week- Other guests included Mrs. 17, 24, 3L Nov. 7, 1963 8th(CT. day CT. of SEAL) mSSOtiI1IC -f I ]| 3!! nix SHTCI un November 5, 1963

rick, Marion Stark Jess Kibler, end with her parents, Mr. and Joseph Caddell, Mrs. .William GLENN Q

Cindy Herzberg, John Mills, Mrs. James L. Hutchinson.Mrs. Hettinger, Mrs. H. H. P rtfn, IN NINTH THE CIBCUI JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF THE IN Clerk Osceola

Larry Mortland, R. W. Westover, I. N. McCollough has returned -Mrs. Steve Miller and Mrs. Roy AND FOB OSCEOLA COUNTY Murray W.

Ronnie York, Sybil Carte, Roger to her home in Green- Greenough. FLORIDA.CHANCERY NO. C5M Attorney P. O. Box for 492 PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTSNo. J

FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS ) Kisslmmee FloridaOct. 1CONSTITUTIONAL
and LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ) 24, 31. AMENDMENTTO
ORLANDO. a corporation. )
i Plaintiff.vs. ) ARTICLE IV, SECTIONS 2 and 20

HOWELL J.-CHILDRESS and )) NOTICE FOR OF TAX A proposed amendment to Article IV, Sections 2 and 20 of the FOR
CHRISTINE L. CHILDRESS. ) NOTICE IS Constitution of the State of Florida providing for the election of the TIN Aa.edmeatAGAINST ,
his wife; and AMERICAN ) THAT Cecil Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General Comptroller, Treasurer fl
FLETCHER NATIONAL ) the following Superintendent of Public Instruction and Commissioner of
VOTENOV. BANK AND TRUST COMPANY ) said certificate for Agriculture at the 1964 general election for a term of two years and
Defendants. ) I be issued thereon. thereafter commencing with the general election of 1966 for a term
) I number and year of four years and providing that the Governor elected at the 1964
STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA OF SUIT I i the description name in of which the general election shall be eligible for re-election to the office the next The Aa*eadm.at J

COUNTY OF OSCEOLATO Is as follows: succeeding term. ,
: HOWELL J. CHILDRESS, Certificate No.
Conyers. GeorgiaCHRISTINE ance May 29. 1961.

5 1963 7 A.M. 7 P.M. Conyers. GeorgiaAMERICAN FLETCHER L. CHILDRESS NA- Section Seminole Description 26.Land of& No. 2 'J

TIONAL COMPANY BANK AND TRUST Range 30 East. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE XII
Name In which
Indianapolis Indiana M. Ritzenhelm.
You are hereby notified that a All of said A proposed amendment to Article XI I of the Constitution of the FOR
suit has been filed against you in; the County of State of Florida by adding a section to be numbered by the Secretaryof

{IF YOU DO NOT VOTE YOU ARE RATED A you the are above required entitled to file cause your, and answer that Florida.Unless such State, authorizing the issuance of bonds for capital outlay at InstI- The Ama4ni AAGAINST
tutions of and certain
with the Clerk of this Court and STORE"U higher learning, including junior colleges vocational -
cates shall be
CITIZEN. to serve a copy thereof upon the to law the technical schools; pledging certain tax funds; providing for
SECOND CLASS plaintiff or plaintiffs attorneys. such certificate or the use of accumulated surplus to pay for any capital outlay project ,
whose Dame and address Is Giles be, sold to the authorized by the.Legislature; providing procedures providing pow
:- .1 Hedrick ft Robln on,( 125 SouthCourt the> Court House ers and duties of the State Board of Education and State Board of
KEEP YOUR FIRST CLASS. RATING. St.. Orlando. ''Florida not Monday in the Administration. .' The Araadwat
later than November U.1963. If
you
her 1963, which is
fall to do so a Decree Pro Con-
December. 1963.
fesso will be entered against you Dated JJ
this 31st
SUPPORT YOUR SCHOOL BOARD. for the relief demanded In the 1963.
Complaint. This suit Is to foreclosea
mortgage. The real property ,/Clerk GLENN of No. 3 S
proceeded against Is:
TRUSTEES.
VOTE FOR THE Lot 5, of PATRICK PARK according (CIRCUIT Osceola COURT CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE IX
to the plat thereof as
recorded in Plat Book 1, page Oct. 31.
VOTE FOR THE AMENDMENTS 1 2 3. 340. Public Records of Osceola A proposed amendment to Article IX of the Constitution of the FOR
County. Florida. State of Florida by adding a section to be numbered by the Secretaryof .
'. .' WITNESS my hand and the seal NOTICE NOTICE IS TO State providing that the Outdoor Recreational Development Councilas I no Aa.adaie.t J
of this Court at Kissimmee, Florid all Interested created by the 1963 Legislature, may issue revenue bonds, revenue
this 2nd day of October. 1963. Board of County certificates or other evidences of indebtedness for outdoor recreation
Circuit Court Seal)
(
---.., GLENN RAY. Clerk Osceola County and natural resources conservation and related facilities; providing
By /Marjorie R. Jaye ceive sealed bids that the Legislature shall designate the revenue or tax sources to be AGAINSTThe
( ,' C. November 18, 1963. deposited in or credited to the land acquisition trust fund for their Amendment ,
Giles. Hedrick & Robinson of the following payment and may impose certain restrictions. t\
125 South Court Street model four cubic
Orlando. Florida dump trucks
Your Attorneys for Plaintiff.Oct. and cab. to be -
10. 17. 24. 31. 1963 County Road
be delivered to

OSCEOLA DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.R. Each Kissimmee bidder Park Is . .
approximate date .. f :
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PIZZAFREEZETTE his bid. ;: ::'. : .

B. OLSON Each bidder is
on his bid the
lowed for the
Chairman. ; flat dump truck j
bed truck with

DRIVEINEXTIAVAIUE Countymay Specifications

from Glenn Ray, OFFICIAL BALLOT
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TRUSTEE ELECTION
FEATURES:Roof-Top .
AND MILLAGE LEVY
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6 Bakes CUTVCd-gUSS Side Windows, Florida
legroom, shoulder room for adults.
Advanced Unit Construction, many '. .,.
others standard on.all'64 Ramblers. Tuesday Nor. 5, 1963
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GLENN RAY, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Oseeok Coaaty, PUciii, 4.

'64 Rambler Classic 770 Cross Country 6 or 198-hp V-8 hereby certify that the foregoing; ; is a true and correct copy .f die Official rnttit
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to be used in the Special Election Trustee Election asd MHJsar,taWv ti* aW .
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held Tuesday November 51963. -

"THE ,WITNESS hand and Official Seal this
my 28th of OctatWv
day AJI. l% ;. ,
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Minimum charge uptdr15 IHIS and HERS SPECIAL-Free FOR SALE: Three bedroom In the County. Not more than dncts 6 and 7. Florida in Plat Book 1. on

words..!._...........75c I 10.95 Argus 127 camera kit house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x one trustee will be elected from District County Board Member Residence Pap 325WITNESS
any one county school board member No. 2 will comprise Precincts my baDd.1 of
Each additional word.... 5c with Argus C-3 color camera REALTORAMATWO 300. Air conditioned. Priced to residence: district. On the ballot 1. 2. 3. 4 & 5. said Court at Kissimroee 0Iee0Couat
kit, 5488. Hunt Brothers. for approval of trustee for the dis- County Board Member Residence > Florida. this 16th day of
Classified Display sell. Contact Betty Eby 847. trict shall be printed the namesof District No. 3 will comprise Precincts October. 1963.

(Boxed) per inch......$1.10 POLAROID-J .33 Camera Own APARTMENT HOME 2881 or 8474266. inated all persons by petition who of have five been or more nom County 8 and Board 9. Member Residence Clerk GLENN of RAY Uw Circuit Court
ers: Color film available at persons qualified to vote in the District No. 4 will comprise Precincts Oaecola CooBtjr. FloridaBy
Deadline for all
Classified election, filed with the County 10. 11 and 14.
Hunt Bros. : /a/ MarjorIe R. Ha)t-
Advertising P.M.Tuesday Furnished NOTICEI Board at least fifteen (15) days County Board Member Residence (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
prior to the holding of the election District No. 5 will comprise Precincts October 24. 31. November 7 and
prjor j to publication. BOAT FOR SALE 16* fibre- will not be responsible for and requesting that the names halt 12 and 13. !4. 1953.
such be placed By order of the Board of Public
CLASSIFIED glass, offshore type, wide Each apt. has 1 BR, 1 Bath debts incurred by anyone other lot to persons be voted upon on as the trusteesof instruction: of Osceola County. Flor- - -
deep safe. SIde curtains, back- s than myself. that school district. da. STOVES-tfitIGBATOl3
ADVERTISING RATES drop. New convertible and 1 Living Room Kitchen. 2. To determine the number of S. Miles Sharp Chairman
top WILLIAM H. TEASLEY
mills of Special Tax School District Board of Public Instruction
new battery. 35 HP electric tax which shall be levied and collected Osceola County. Florida. USED
Phone 8472881To starting Evinrude and trailer. 10,950 annually for the next two Attest: W. B. StephensSuperintendent
ensuing years within the said and Secre FURNITURE
Place Your Ad 847-4361 after5 p.m. or Sat- A LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE County School District. tary. Board of Public Instruction Sawttll-Thurmond
urday. OF SCHOOL ELECTION AU qualified electors In the : Osceola County.Florida .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN county who pay a tax on real or 101 S West Church QKIANOOHI
that an election will be held personal property shall be entitled IN THE .
CIRCUIT COURT
KEROSENE FUEL OIL-PHIL- on OF THE .,
to In
vote this election.The - -
-
ARTICLESJ.FOR Tuesday. November 5. 1963. In all NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF -
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. County Board. Member Res-
election precincts of Osceola Coun
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OSCK-
idence Districts have been' Flower For Alt Occasions
ty Florida for the designated
SALE OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 following as follows OLA COUNTY. CHANCERY NO.
named purposes: u...
NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941. ON LAKE CECILE 1. To elect: three school trustees District County No.Board'1 will Member comprise Residence Pre- FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ) ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST

Elegant antique furniture from FOR SALE ASSOCIATION a cor- I
oratlon organized and exist-
West Germany. Carved Walnut Small number of Talking 4 Bedrooms 2Vi Bathss3pppp ng under an Act of Congress )
rid game table with 4 dainty Dolls, reasonable. Also doll pursuant to the Federal Naional )
MMHI
"Jackson's"
: Mortgage Association ) IS WOA9WAY -
chairs (tufted), 2 Victorian repairs and dressing at Charter Act. having its prlnci- )
armless chairs, all upholsteredhi Grandma Nahm's DollHouse pal office: In the City of Wash- )
;gusty pink satin. $1,000. Antique ngton.. District of Columbia. ))

mahogany chest of drawers -. Shawnee Dr. INIT Pla1nUu.'L ) LEARN BARBERINCi
Insure Your Satire la a
$150. Telephone Orlando Kissimmt 847-2947 \ ) welJ.payla profession
423.3633 evenings. and this M ) Day Night CUM
\feekend. Mrs. Thomas E. 1 FLORIDA PAUL U VEAL and Laura ) V.A.. Approved
REALTYCOUNSELORS Orlando Barber O,1kge
C. VEAL his wife )
Powell. FOR RENTFOR ARRET 3W S. Orange BU*..m Tr.
Defendants. ) GA 6-N1t
2 Only 800 Polaroid trade-in )
cameras
INC. .. ....
$35:; -565. Hunt Brothers. RENT: 3 or 5 room, com- 20 W. DAKIN AVE. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA -- NOTICE OF SUIT )

pletely furnished apartment. 2 Broadway Kissimmee i! OPEN 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK STATE OF FLORIDATO Call. ,
FOR SALE: Five room oil space 712 S. Clyde Ave., or 8473266. : PAUL L. VEAL, and LAURA
heater 50 gaL tank-2/20 tub- :' 847-3156 847 3157 G. VEAL his wife Parks Furniture Co.
ihg. $45. Good condition. Call FOR RENT: 3 room furnished suit You has are been Hereby filed notified against that a
8J7-4361 after 5 p.m. i apartment. $50 month including OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY in the above entitled cause and you for Prompt Rap**'ef Your

I utilities, also 2 bedroom unfurnished Trailer spaces for rent Private $65! WEEKLY AND MORE For NEW LOW EVERY DAY that you are required to file your WRIGKATOR

FOR SALE: 14 ft. fibreglas boat, apartment. $50 month Older property.people Peaceful and quiet. :reliable man or woman to service .......................... PRICES........ answer with or the other Clerk responsive of this pleadings Court Phone M7-4171
preferred. 847- >
35 h. Mercury motor. Also including utilities. See at 421 customers in Kissimmee.Full and to serve a copy thereof upon

trailer. $575. 104 Drury Ave. Mabbette or call 847-4517. 4605. or part time. No invest A the .Plaintiff whose name or Plaintiffs and address Attorneys Is-
i ment. Write Watkins Products. BUSCH BAVARIAN [Plus ] Crofton. Brewer & Holland. 509 Christian Science
FOR SALE: Travel Trailer on FOR RENT: Two bedroom fur- Furnished apartments, three DeposltJ7 Palm Avenue. Tltusville Florida
three-quarter ton GMC Truck. nished rooms in Moorefield Building; Inc. Dept. (M. P.O. Box 2447, BEER &ff 4 not later than November 25. 1963. Society
duplex and two bedroom also Memphis Tennessee. If[ you fall to do so a Decree Pro
Sleeps six. Water, light and house. Call 8474762. main floor apartment with Confesso will be entered against ].,. \trd. .Mte of Rack
carport, 606 Emmett. you for the relief demanded In the MBth K p.m.
gas. F. H. Wolford, 10 Harris Help wanted: General Office ..... ............................ complaint This suit Is to foreclosea 3r+e :\. Handotphteed.
J Blvd. FOR RENT: Room and bath. SALE OR RENT Three bedroom work. Typing and bookkeeping.Give mortgage. The real property pro ., Senk.... . . . II ....
:
Private entrance. Three blocks past or present employ- R' .si" ceeded against you is. 1..dsy kid. . . . 9:30 a.M.GREEN'S .
FOR SALE Used lumber, from City Hall. 118 South Beau- house. Partly furnished, will ment and experience. Replieswill FRESH BREAD ; .10c All of Lot 1 and the south
furnish complete. Two bedroom of Lot 2. of Block C. of
plumbing supplies, galvanized mont. 847-4011. be kept confidential if re- BESTS HIGHLAND COURTS
roofing, full inch material suit furnished or not furnished, will quested. Reply to Kissimmee ................................. ADDITION to Kisslmmee City.
able for farm and ranch FOR RENT: Nice clean three sell on easy terms. Phone John Osceola County. Florida according FUEL
use.Evans Gazette, Box 931M. FRESH, GRADE "A" HOMOGENIZEDMILK to the Official Plat as
Hardware, 847-4564. room furnished apartment. Private B. Farmer. 847-4638. filed In the Office of the Clerkof
porch carport. Must see POODLE' CLIPPINGComplete the Circuit Court of Osce- Sales and Service
FOR RENT: Three room apart- ola County. Florida. June 17.
BARGAIN BARN to Adults. 416 SDiliingham.
appreciate. grooming. Two experienced 1955 and
op recorded in the Public
Comb le ment on lake front. Furnished.
Zippers 3e Tooth
;
;
Records of
Osceola
erators. Phone 847 2565 847- County. WONIS47-4172 1474171KISSiMMH
Rrnthe 7e; Ear Bob Se; Shoes With carport. By month or sea- or
ate; Seeks lte; Pillow 'lh 3670 8 to 12 for
; a.m.
noon
Skirts II; Psats $1; Dresses KEEP carpet cleaning problems son. Call 847-386G after 5 p.m. ap- GALLON SAND ROCK I
t.M; Bart S5c; Nyloas' ate; small-use Blue Lustre wall to pointment. For Gas Dehvery: Phone
Hankie fte: Panties 16e Belt 9 OIAJUG MORTAR MIX
; FOR R E N T Kitchenettes:
15e; Cap J5e; Spread $2.60 wall. Rent electric shampooor Will Care for sick or elderly ladyor STEEL & WIRE MESH Harold Wed 847-2OS6
Hair Net 4e; T-ShIrt see; $1. Parks Furniture Q). rooms and trailer apartmentswith R. A. ft.t&I., 847-4539
will board
Nearly Everybody Trade at The lake and shuffleboard. By couple in my new [Plus Bottle Deposit] Kenneth Medtoe

Barfsln Mill Warhue Barn. Come la Davenport t* Sibert, FOR RENT: Furnished two bed- week, month or year. Capitol home or will rent room.' Call ..................... ............ II/aJ11Fal! 892.7695 [$t. Oow4]
8474676.
Immediately. Follow the signs. room house including utilities.: Motel, St. Cloud. Hwy. 441. 1 w ftAtitfC For Gas Service:Phone
6 BOTTLE' CARTON
BARGAIN BARN. i J. B. Rountr.. 847-4062
Open Week Day And 'Sunday $80 per month. Telephone 847-
Robert A"n
4733. FOR RENT-6 room unfurnished [Regular 6-Oz. Bottles] 0
REAL ESTATESpecial Emory fronton 847. .s70
house. 8 Brack
Street, Call 847- leo Gwowd 847-2061
CHICKEN BARBECUEAT FOR RENT: Furnished apart- 3702 after 6 p.m..LOST 6) I R. H. Ho 8921212. St. Ou
ment and cottage. One with or coM H. T. Simmons,
THE AMERICAN See me I can fix ....CIII' Mfr
;;LEGION HOME..SAT:, twin and,one double beds. Carport up a nice large trailer lot for .....-- 29f. KISSIMMEETRANSiT : 847"819Rcb.rt

:i NOV 2 holds to'lt.&"M.: 32Q ,Hughe& ," __" AND you with septic tank, electric 10" 'I 'I. -MIX I O'Ie",. 847 3219)

I Adults'" 1.20 Children SOc APARTMENTS FOR RENT$9, FOUNDLOST pole water hookup with everything Phone: 847.3524 I John'".oy G SloS 8927348 2

Everyone Come $11, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul ready to move on, fo 'L- [Plus Bottle Deposit] .

Davis. 114 Emmett Street Female German only $35 down $10 month. Best
Shep-- deal ever! Our finest lots.
herd five months old SAW-SHYICI
named
Radio
SAVE high rent-Why pay BAVARIAN SELECT"BEER and
t "Sugar. Also small brown
dog more? Eddie demons, TROPICAL ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
with white tip on tail, "Tippie.
PARK on Route 441 North
NOM rt NfSHm cr
Near Intercession
Re-
City. T
Kissimmee-Open any time.
ward. Harold Hand 263 Inter vrPARKS FURNITURE' CO.

f0 .. cession City. 8472789.WANTED. May Wt Show You ThIs 6 BOTTLE st. a..4

Exceptional Value? CARTONPlus
69
3 Bdrms 2 Bths Den 4

Florida room. Lot 100 x 129 [ Bottle Deposit]
NORRIS CLEANERS
and
near lake schools
1 + downtown. ................................
LOST wife in auto accident -

o alt.GAS Gentleman, 54, healthy, intel- $13,995 KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
.
ligent, needs correspondence. Call Florence Harnett, 103 East Dakin. Phone 847-4941

Box 394, Ocoee, :na.For I assoc. with GENESSEE BEER
W. H. MORSE CORP.

I 323 Broadway Kissimmee

For clean, odorless, even Beating you just can'timprove 847-3133 847-2241

on Grtca'c Fuel Gas heating appliances! FOR SALE: Modern six room 6 CAN 89 4 ROTHROCK! SEPTIC

Whether you choose central heating, vented wall furnished home. 17 bearing CARTONCARL
aY fruit trees. Lot 165 x 200. Located .
heaters
or other approved types of space heat
near golf course. Apply
Ing, there is no heating like gas heating wljth i 107 E. Darlington Ave. 847-4629 I TANK CO.

Green's Fuel Gas.GREENS. i or 8472082.


FOR SALE CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS.

FUEL 1 i Several fine 2 bedroom SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE FOR EVERY NEED.

j 1 / homes in Orange Gardens. CEMENT WORK 280 GALLON GREASE TRAPS
Furnished and unfurnish-

. SCHMIDT
.5Nr w1r. -+
ed.Call
..' -..' : Florence Harnett 15 YEARS EXPERIENCEK.

i r. assoc. with

t PARKS FURNITURE CO. 323 W.Broadway H. MORSE Kissimmee CORP. RAMBLER C. ROTHROCK, Owner and Operator

"See Us For Your Gas Appliances"KISSIMMEE 847-3133 847.2241 LOCATED AT KISSIMMEE TRANSIT-NNX CO.

ST. CLOUD 'FOR SALE: In beautiful Orange
PHONE 847-3524
SPECIAL
847-4171 892-2011 Gardens on a large, landscaped
lot. A two bedroom CB

house with a Florida room. In

quire1708 Oak St. Telephone $ EOO BUYS YOU A.
.
Of 847-2325. STEEL SALESAny
11'W Any
CHOICE OF ONE.
E. VINE ST. SITE FOR Dimension-Any Amount-Competitively
These ServicesNew SALE Priced.

I 246 ft. on Vine St. priced I I RADIO! j POWfR STORING II POWER BRAKES | Truck Bodies and-Boat Utility Trailers Trailers.-Horse TroHers

Houses below value. BUILT AND REPAIRED.

Call Florence Harnett t WHITE WALLS Mobil
S CommercialStructures assoc. with Complete WtUing Shop AN Work voro..eeI.
Old Orlando Near Market.
Highway Livestock
W. H. MORSE CORP.
Yeti con get 323 Broadway Kisslmmee WITH THE PURCHASE OF A NEW ROUTE 1, BOX 25 8-A KISJIMMCE

Remodeling 847-3133 847-2241 RAMBLER LOU YOUNG WELDINGPHONE
1 YOUR HAND INSURANCE ,
FOR SALE Houses
: (NOT
AGENT AdditioRsAllllRiRll1R
LAND) wood floors. Can be 8473898OSCEOLA

ONHIMFAST seen in Holopaw. Call Orlando

2'lT-7GQ1 and 277.6372.EXCELLENT USED CAR SPECIALS
,
That's why It makes good sense to buy your insurance }I6HHC| TIRE
LAND 10 TO CHOOSE FROM
from a local independent Insurance
AlIIIR iinumAVT VALUE SERVICECustom
agent because you can always reach him quicklyat
High and dry well located $4950
a time when you need him the most . claim ,,ltcJS I 7 miles from Kissirrraee, $9950 ) Recapping

time. close to Interstate 4 and

MAKE SENSE? CALL 847-4121 THAT'S StorefrontMarquee I Martin Plant. 4 Acres.$2300W. 55 PLYMOUTH 56 BUICK 223 S. BERMUDA

USI! H. MORSE CORP. 56 CHEVROLET 54 FORD PHONE 8472207BE
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESSLUPFER'S 323 Broadway Kissimmee)

S EstimatesSEE 847-3133 847-2241 AND SIX MORE.


i WISE ECONOMIZEEXTRA
THE . .

K. C. Moere Jr. I will not NOTICE be responsible for any RamblerSEE 1 SCHMIDT QUALITY BLOCKS AT NO EXTRA COST.

E insurance Agency TRIANGLE debts than myself.incurred by anyone other RAMBLER PHONE 847-4021


1918.- -1963 BUILDING DEAN R PUTNAMIT A
OSCEOLA CEMENT PRODUCTS INC.
11 Stewart St. 1 NOftTH ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL ,

12 iIrlway-K t To DM .ink474121. : Pfeeee 847-2276. PAYS TO ADVERTISE KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA NEPTUNE ROAD KISStMMiC
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._ News and Reviews k a


Kissiflimee Gazette, Oct. SI, 1968 Pap 8 . '.
r ( On the 3 Amendments .



County Agent Comments r 4 to be voted on Nov. 5 > ,



Peach Crop Can


AMENDMENT NO. ONE OFF-YEAR ELECTIONS Bay County, $511,966; Brevard County ,159,438;

Become ValuableDry Broward County, $3,190,922; Columbia County $1-
This proposed constitutional amendment would
362,628; Dade County $10,281,022; Escambia County' ,
PULLETS APLENTY -' A few of the 31,000 pullets at transfer to the "off-year," or nonpresidential year,
Jackson
$2467,850; County $512,546; Lake Comity
cool weather which prevails While the Commercial potential Vaughn Nelson's chicken farm between Kissimmee and the election of Florida's highest state officials the ; $1,3sg,212
most of Osceola Coun- of Florida Peaches remains to $1,238,668; Lee County ; Madison County,
over St. Cloud. (Photo by Eby) Governor, Secretary of State. Attorney General, Trea$298,000
ty makes it more important now be proven Home plantings have ; Manatee County $1,453,322; Marion County,
surer Comptroller, Superintendent of Public Instruc-
than ever to control mites in already advanced beyond a $1,021,292; Palm Beach County $2,908,312; Pineites
citrus If infestations pioneering status. By selectingthe Chicken tion and Commissioner of Agriculture. To
groves. are Farmer accompCounty, $4,989,528; Putnam County, $762,062( ; St
allowed to become high firing right variety on the correct lish this change, the amendment provides for an initial
Lucie County, $565,126 and Volusia $1,186-
and leaf drop can be expected.This rootstock, and by following proper two-year term for each of these officials beginning 368.- ; County,

occurs in Fall and Spring cultural, pest control, and in 1965. After that time they would be elected to
more where there is a shortageof d I s ease prevention practices, Seldom Gets EggBy regular four-year terms.
moisture than in other timesof nearly anyone can now raise delicious -
the year.Election peaches in his own back- "-"" "-"" Benefits of the Amendment
of Supervisors of the ard. But remember, success CHARLES EBY and any indication of unhealthy The Governor, elected to the two-year term in

Osceola County Soil Conservation -depends on those key words To most people, the poultry birds is considered cause to take 1964, would be permitted to run for a full four-year 1. It will enable Florida to begin immediate con

District was held October I light Variety" and "Proper business is nothing more than sample birds to a diagnostic term in the 1966 elections. Thereafter, Florida's trastruction of badly needed higher education facilities.

10th. L. M. Hollingsworth, ad- Practices". feeding the chickens, collectingthe ditional prohibition against Governors succeeding Unless action is taken now, Florida faces a
ministrator of the State Soil Con- Because of the widely varying and cleaning the cages. lab.This
eggs farm, like most of its themselves would be in effect. The six other Cabinet critical shortage of college classrooms. The num
servation Board has announcedthe soil and climatic conditions encountered This is far from fact.A .
election of Charles C. Partin, in our state, no single vast majority of the laying kind]1 basis., is This operated on a contract officers, however, would be permitted to continue ber of high school graduates is expected to jump
that Nelson
Kissimmee and A. L. Bullis St. peach variety will perform satisfactorily hens today were raised in pullet I does not own means the chicks, he is to succeed themselves in office from 43,914 in 1962-63 to an estimated 218,000 by

Cloud to four year terms of of- in all areas. Therefore, farm similar to Vaughn Nelson'son paid to raise them for Ralston 1970. Florida must increase her college facilities
fice on the Osceola Board. you must choose a variety specifically 441 between Kissimmee and proportionately if she is to
Purina keep with
who now have about pace expected
Farmers and ranchers lookingfor adapted to your loca- St. Cloud. ; Benefits of the Amendment
500,000 such chicks in Central enrollment increases.
a way to boost income, mightbe tion. You should also make certain Nelson raises approximately :.Florida alone.
interested in one of the many that the tree you select is 75,000 chicks a year and seldom 1. It is a nonpartisan election reform which has
Nelson furnishes the houses 2. Expanded and improved college facilities
recreational enterprises. More budded on a nemtatode resistant gets an egg. The birds are one been adopted by a majority of the states. Major are
today than ever people are look- roostock. In ,other words, whenou day old when he gets them and and care, while the company states with vital to Florida's economy. Future industrial
strong two-party systems which have
ing for outdoor recreation and go to the nursery, don't just have already had a series of Furnishes the feed (about two expansion will depend largely on our higher education
:tons a day), the birds and the switched to the off-year elections for top state
to reasonablefees ask for tree". Ask for that
are willing pay a "peach shots. In the 16 to 21 weeks facilities. In this era of modern technology,
for this. A word of warning a specific variety budded on a they are on his farm they get :medicine. officials include New York, California, Michigan have
industry
must ready to college
access quality
might be appropriate to those pacific rootstock. the best of medical care. Anti- Operating under this contract and Pennsylvania.
anticipating going into such an I Current variety and rootstock biotics are automatically mixed plan has, of course, both advantages education in order to keep its scientists and

enterprise. A thorough investigation -recommendations are given in into the drinking water as it is and disadvantages. The 2. Placement of the elections of the Governor technicians abreast of the latest developmentsand

should be made of the advantages ]Florida Agricultural Extension pumped into the troughs. farmers assume less risk and Cabinet in the off-year would create more in their fields as well as for research.

and disadvantages of,Service Circular 261, entitled "During the brooding period help from the comapny is avail- interest in off-year elections
thereby to
such a venture before money is "Peach Production in Florida". they are kept at a temperaturewith able in management advice, as tending 3. The bond issue itself is fiscally sound. It follows
.
invested. I You may obtain a free copy from a variation of only a few well as in research and emer- stimulate a greater turnout of voters. Traditionally the accepted precedent established by the

New varieties of peaches, our county agricultural agent. degrees by means of infra-red gency funds. Markets are known balloting in the off-year has been extremely successful 'Board
adapted to Florida Conditions, You will notice that circular I brooders, which, in comparisonis for the contract farmer and low because of the small number of important of Education bonding program

have attracted the interest of i recommends either "Okin- like being able to regulatethe those who do not want to join offices at stake. For example, only 939,207 votes for public school construction.
many homeowners and some wa" or "Nemaguard" rootstocks amount to the sun's rays may find it difficult to obtain a
were cast in the 1962 off-year elections compared The
commercial producers. Thanks to for sandy soils. These aree they receive" Nelson said. good market. 4. bond issue contains built-in safeguards.

nearly ten years of intensive research only stocks now being used Between batches, which are Perhaps one of the most redeeming to 1,544,180 in the presidential-year elections of It sets a maximum interest rate of 45 per cent,

conducted by the Florida by nurserymen which resist roughly 31,000 birds each, the factors in the contract 1960. although the actual rate is expected to be considerably -

Agricultural Experiment Stations, rootknot nematodes. Except in houses are cleaned and disin- plan is that it helps the sellerto lower. The bonding program will be
dooryard peaches are now a he loamy soils of northwest fected "almost to the degree ofa furnish consumers with qual- 3. By separating the major state and national
practical reality. And, there's Florida, these microscopic worm- hospital operating room." ity, uniformity and the kind of elections, this proposal would give: the voters administered by the Board of Commissioners

hope that comerclal peach pro- 'ke creatures are a serious The death rate in these young product desired at overall a better opportunity to study the merits of the of state Institutions and the Board of Administration

duction may become an important threat to any peach trees budded chicks is less than two per cent stable prices. individual candidates. It also would help prevent thus saving an estimated $1,000,000 in
new industry in our state on susceptible roots. fees.
perhaps eventually contributingas Floridians are justly proud of 4-H Clubs K nonqualified candidates from riding into state

much as 10-billion dollars a their beef cattle industry. How- \ office on the coat tails of a momentarily-popular 5 It provides for legislative controls in the designation
year to Florida's economy. ever, it does not rank first in Turn OutFluent
national personality. of facilities to be constructed. No projectcan
Experiment Station Horticulturists the nation as many believe. This
estimate that nearly 4-thou- mistaken belief probably stems Speakers I I.r. Ii 4. Separation of the state and national elections be financed under the bond program unless
sand acres of peaches have al- from an outdated promotional approved by three-fifths of the elected members.
also would give the voters better opportunity
ready been planted on a test story which read "Florida Ranks Four-H dub members literally a of both houses of the Legislature.
basis by commercial interests. first in Beef Cattle Population practice what they preach. As a i to scrutinize the state and national issues at stake

This figure may be increased to Among Those States East of the : matter of, fact, they practice and in the elections. The issues at stake in the twc

over 7-thousand acres by the Missisippi River with the Excep-i practice and practice until they're . levels of government are almost invariably sepBETTER UNIVERSITIES BUILD A
.
spring of 19&1. All such plant- tion of Illinois." Although this good; enough to compete in coun- arate and distinct and can be better considered .
ings are still in the experimental, statement. was true at tha time, ty and state-wide public speak- .. BETTER FLORIDA
stage. Anyone Interested in commercial it was misleading because Flor- ing contests. by the voters apart from each other.

peach production shouldseek I ida's highest National ranking Coached and encouraged by
expert advice before invest. was 12th. local volunteer 4-H leaders, boys 5. It would shorten the presidential-year ballot

ing in such a venture. The most recent information and girls from 10 years of age which is far too long for intelligent voting. In AMENDMENT NO. THREE-RECREATION BONDS

from the U.S.D.A. Marketing on up through their teens are FEATUREDIPEAKER-. several counties, the ballot is so long that two

Service shows that on January developing into fine speakers ac- Secretary of State Tom Ad- voting machines are required to accommodate The proposed amendment providing for the issuance

I, 1963 there was l-million-709- cording to the Cooperative Extension ams was principal speakerat the entire slate of candidates. of revenue certificates for multipurpose public land

FIRSTNATIONAL thousand beef cattle in Florida. Service which supervisesthe the dedication of the acquisition and development would permit the Out
This ranked the state 17th in the work.
Clarence L. Thacker Lock 6. It would give Florida increased strength in dedoor Recreational Development Council whieh is the
nation offeredby
and fifth east of the Mississippi Among platform tips
River. On the Basis of the youthful speaker traineesare and Control Structure at termining the course of national party politics State Cabinet, to acquire lands sorely needed for conservation

all Cattle and calves, including : ((1)) If you are nervous, Southport Canal last week. because our Governor, the natural leader of the and outdoor recreation projects by pledging -

BANK dairy animals, Florida's national breath deeply several times just Due to bad weather only state delegation at party conventions, would still certain designated revenues which would be credited -

ranking was 25th. before you are introduced; relax some 400( persons attendedthe be politically strong at convention time instead to a land acquisition trust fund.
Following World War II, the limb-by-limb. (2)) Smile, and look
ceremonies which of "lame duck" in the waning months of his
were a
cattle and calf population in alive. ((3) Stand quietly erect;
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA Fla. increased yearly to an all- gesture naturally or not at all climaxed by a steak barbecue. term. Such leadership would give Florida more
Benefits the Amendment
time high of 1-million-934-thousand (4) Talk to your audience as . (Photo by Eby) influence in the selection of party nominees and of

head in 1958. From 1958 to 1961, you would to one individual. (5) platform.
1. It would permit the acquisition and develop
the population gradually decreased Be specific, honest, friendly. ((6) 823 Head
to l-million-596-thousand head. Be sure you understand your ment of lands now needed for both conservationand

Serving the This decrease was generally subject thoroughly. (7) Show recreation projects. In several areas of our
'
Farming Interestsof blamed on rising land costs and quickly how your topic concerns Sold AtMarket AMENDMENT NO. TWO-BONDS FOR HIGHER state, such as along the East Coast, Central and
increasing tax rates. Since 1961, your audience. (8) Never talk
Southwest Florida and
the
Osceola Countyfor Tampa Bay area, delay -
cattle numbers have risen, and about stopping. STOP. EDUCATION CONSTRUCTION
Over 35 Year are now almost back to the num- Naturally, 4-H members like to in acquiring badly needed lands for flood

ber on Florida Farms and ranches talk about club work tnd howit control, water storage, other conservation needs

in 1954. affects their lives, home and At the Kissimmee Livestock This amendment would permit an immediate beginning and outdoor recreational uses for the bur.

The average airline passenger community. Other popular topicsare Market Wednesday, 823 cattle of construction for vitally needed higher edugeonlng population will be priced prohibitively

flying over Florida often gets citizenship, safety and con- and calves were sold comparedto cation facilities. It provides for the borrowing of up to high or will not be available at all.
the false impression that a vast servation. 550 a week ago.
acreage of raw land is availablefor When all is said (and done) Little change from last Wednesday 75 million dollars for construction during the present
development into cattle they are scored on delivery, sub- except calves J.50-5LOO biennium and up to 50 million dollars succeeding 2. It would provide a perpetuating fund over the

JNEMfft flDEUl DEPOSIT ranches. He sees thousands of ject and over-all 4-H activities. lower. Calves comprised three- bienniums, as long as sufficient retirement funds are next 50-year period which will allow the state

wsuuNd cotrounoN acres of wooded land in North Awards are given at three levels: fourths of the run while slaughter available. The bonds will be paid off over a 50-year to keep up with demands for the purchase aad
Florida and countless square county state and national.A steers heifers and bulls were in development of multipurpose pubHc lands.
period at the rate of approximately 5.5 million dollars -
miles of swampy land in South long-time backer of 4-H and meager supply.
CompleteGROVE Florida What he probably does sponsor of the public speaking Cutter and utility slaughter per year from proceeds of the 1% per cent utilities , 3. It would obligate only the resources of the

not realize is that most of the program is the Pure Oil Com- steers $15.5017.00.Utility gross receipts.tax. The Florida Legislature has Land Acquisition Trust Fund which wua created
wooded land is being utilized by pany. Awards consist of goldfilled cows 145017.00, few authorized 78 million dollars in construction projects the 1963
corporations producing wood products medals, 19-jewel wrist watches Commercial up to $18.00, cutter this biennium. This allocation gives 52 million dollars by Legislature. It would not be a general
and the apparently waste sets of silverware, and two $12.00-14.50, cancer $10.5012.00.Good obligation of the state.
SERVICE for college and university expansion and 36 million
swamplands are mostly state or college scholarships of $500 each calves $20. -22.50. few up
federally owned parks game plus expense-paid trips to the to $23.75, standard 170021.00, dollars for junior college construction. 4. It would place the responsibMty for retiring

preserves, and water control dis- National 4-H dub Congress in utility 15001800. Few good 150- the revenue certificates upon the people who use
tricts. Although new land areas Chicago for best pair of 4-H 250 lbs $23.50-26.50, standard Allocations include: University Florida, $13,922Florida' recreational facilities since the primary

for beef.cattle expansion are be- speakers in the nation. 21002450. 000; Florida State University, $11,118,000; Florida A source of income to the Land Acquisition Trust
coming scarce in Florida, other Anyone desiring to get startedin Medium 450-800 lb. feeder- & M University, $4,702,000; University of South Florida -
1964 should stocker Fund is the new 5 per cent tax on outdoor recreational
avenues for increasing the cat- a speaking project steers 170019.00, common -
$10,755,000 Florida Atlantic University $8,600-
,-.: tle population are open. contact the county extension of 145017.00, inferior $12.00- ; equipment .
-. -.... One is the improvement of pas- face. 1500. 000; New State College near Pensacola, $1,600,000;
G.M. tures to accommodate more cat- Few medium heifers $16.00- East Central Florida Area, $1,000,000 for an extension 5. It would result in the lowest possible service

tle on exising ranches. Potential 19.00, common $14. -16.00. of the University of Florida Engineering College fee and interest rate for the certificate issue suite

HUGHEYGROVE ranch capacity is often double Fluoridation Common cows $14.00-17.00, in- ; and $200,000 in planning funds for construction the certificates must be sold on a bid basis at
the present herd size. One factor ferior $115014.50.Good .
Be Topic of TalkST. of a new state university. a public sale. .
SERVICE AMANAGEMENT that may make the rate of pas- 250-500 lb. calves $19.00-

ure improvement appear slow is 22.50, medium 17002000. '0 ,
.
the immensity of many cattleranchers. CLOUD Fluoridation Common 150018.00 Medium -fs.:;; ,lE.ts.. .
speed, Boom A Hand Some encompass more will be the topic for discussionat 100-250 Ibs. $22. -2".OO, common -

Spraying 'than 4OOtbousand'acres.. Fifty- Town Meeting Wednesday. 170021.00, inferior 14501800. ..i.
F.rtHliIng A Dusting three percent of the beef cattlein Nov. 6, at 10:00 a.m. in City -

Mechanical Ing A Cultivating Hoeing, Bank Florida over 500 are head.in herds Intensificationof numbering Hall Auditorium.Otto Whitney will preside at _Birth AnnouncementMr. This_-- Analysis by the Secretary of State Tom Adams, >;.-

For Prsonallzd S.rvic. land use is expected on these the open forum discussion and and Mrs. Johnny Miner furnished through the courtesy of
large operations, as rising costs extends an invitation from the announce the birth of a 9 lb. 2 -i ::
have to be countered by larger officers to all citizens of St.. oz. son Carl Allen October 18th e
Av.., Kl lnvn.. I
Don gon Cloud to attend the meeting:
returns from cattle sales. at the Osceola Hospital.



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