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The Kissimmee gazette.

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The Kissimmee gazette.
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A $11 million revenue certificate were told a bridge has to be Commissioner Chester Barber '.
issue for rigbt -way built. They asked the SRD to questioned the dragline ..\ .
""was reaffirmed by county commissioners do it because the road is ultimately specifications. He Mid he felt OSCEOLA COUNTY'S
Monday when they to be completed with the specification had been so '5l4 r; sette
adopted a resolution requestedby secondary road funds. loosely written that competl- FORWARD LOOK..Since 1894
the Florida Development The SRD said it could not do tirt instead of quality ma.chinet .
Commission. the job and suggested the could be bid and the
The resolution pledge the county de It.Commissioner. county would not be getting
uncommitted portion of the Oren Brown what It needs.
IP percent surplus gasoline said the county can't afford to "When you try to write pacification
tax: to the payment of the build it now because of the to satisfy all the VOL 72-NO. 41 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 1965 Three Sections-Price 10 Cents

bonds.In tax situation.The bidden, you're going to Include ':; '
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the meantime, surveyinghas county also scheduled a lot of things you ., '''' ,, .._-.. -. ;
been going on on Emmett hearing on the closing of two don't want," Barber said. : rs.t...' j .. :t '4,
Street by the State Road De roads near the turnpike inter Commissioner Oren Brown 's, .
partment. This is believed to change. The date will bt Oct. 4. said the only thing he was interested ,, .
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be in preparation for the purchase The commissioners author- In it to make sure ;p. _
of the necessary property Iie3: the advertising for a new four or five firms could bid. : .
to widen the street. dragline, a flat-bed truck anda There was little discussionon I ;
In St. Cloud, a survey has tractor to pull a trailer for the truck and tractor specifications { *H k
already been made on Highway transporting the dragline. when Mangum told ty Y r
441 which Is to be widened. The decision followed presentation the commissioners he had .
The bonds would be repayable of specifications byRoad checked with the Ford and t '"
as follows: $40,000 per, Superintendent Mangum Chevrolet dealers and they approved .
year in 1967 to 1979, inclusive; Monday.W'i of them. LT?
1130.000 In 1980: $140.000 In ::
1981; $160,000 in 1982;: $170- _
00 in 1983; $180,000 in 1984; Pete Fawbush Day' Is
$200,000 in 1985.
The "commissioners also I wax ,, ,., .t. ".. ,
INh'
Planned to Aid CoachA
signed a right-of-way contract ,
with the State Road Department -
for the elimination of citywide AppreciationDay Refreshment booth will be in
two sharp turns on Lakeshore for the former Osceola operation, and attraction such
Boulevard near the St. Cloud High School basketball coach a* sailboat races and a ski
sewage disposal plant. The Pete Fawbush will be held in show are being planned These
new route would change the Klssimmee on Saturday, October activities will continue until
turns into a gentle "S" curve. 2. The purpose of the day about one or two o'clock In ..
Road Superintendent Jack will be to raise funds to supplement the afternoon. At 2 pm. an
Mangum asked the commissionto the Fawbush family's All.Star Softball Game will
help protect the Johnson Island income until Fawbush can return be played on the baseball diamond
Bridge on Pleasant urn to work. He was injured at the Osceola Junior
Road He said stump trucksare last July during the demolition High School, and the day' activities
crossing it with load so of the old Central School will be topped off with
heavy they are going to breaks building when he was pinned able dance to be held from
the bridge under a wall which collapsed 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. The proceed
Brown and Mangum are to unexpectedly, and has been from these events will likewise
make an Inspection before the. hospitalized in the Kissimmee become a part of the Fawbush ; ,
commission,acts. Medical Center and later in fund. 1 1r'
County Attorney Murray the Orange Memorial Hospit.al Local radio station WFIV
Overstreet Jr. advised the Now he is *,t home convalescing plan to broadcast its morning
commission the State Road but h* faces a long program directly from the t.I t.\, ,
Dept had said it could not recovery period before he will Lakefront area on that Saturday t "
build a bridge at the present be able to return to his teach morning, and telephone t ( 5't tSIGN
time on the Canoe Creek Road. ing and eoachibg, dutIes. call from people wishing to L'LL' l
R. D. Williams, president of At a meeting held Monday donate money will be receivedat ... .
Three Lakes Ranch which donated night in the Osceola Room of the Lakefront also In addition -
right of way for the First Federal Savings and donation boxes will be
road, has asked that the new Loan :\ ) aferchairman placed In many local business
road location be graded so that of the co-ordinating committee establishments for a week be.
planning the activities for the fore the big event. Schafer
the old one can be fenced off
special day, outlined some of explained that further
To do this, commissioners plan
the
events being planned
are now underway and more
The activities will begin at information about the Appreelation
10 a.m. on October 2 with a Day will be announced
carnival to be held at the* later.

Lakefront in Klssimmee An Fawbush came to Kissimmee
assortment of booths and other
three
year ago from Benham,
attraction will be sponsoredand Kentucky, to teach Social
run by members of local Studies in the high school and --- -
civic and other organizations. to ,coach basketball and foot

t ball Last year he. taught phys. OF PROGRESS-New buildings being maae In Kissimmee. At,"upper left is the ministration Building on Church Street.

,FurriishingsGty lest education at the Junior erected in all parts of the city, the, sound of nearly completed Johnston Apartments at ,Lower left Is the enlargement of the SilverSpurs'arena
High and
continued
... 'Senior 'High basketball to coachthe the power "aaw' laying blocks and bending the corner of Rose and Verona; upper right 'and lower right the Bank of Os:1.

Topic teary n r Yearwood Til
Fawbush football. Coach, .... .>I ,,.
and his wife Deloreslive
v The interior design of the with their four childrenat Lower Assessments \.It '
new Utilities Administration 109 Forrest Avenue Bargain Ernest Epps Brown Will
Building was the' highlight of His plans for the future are .: l
r the special session of the KIsslmmee necessarily hazy at present, Accepted by CommissionCounty Case Scheduled to Resume
City Commission I I because he has no way of Days SetThe J;
-- -- _-- -_ meeting Tuesday night Rex knowing how long he will be commissioners continue parcel was the commission
Dunlap, of Atrium, Inc., Jacksonville under the doctors care to lower assessments (f unanimous, a grove on which The sensational effort to of 16 days of testimony and
J. J. MAXWELL interior designers of agricultural land by ..cceptlnrappr.I..I. Lanler said he may have erred. break the will of a colorful the attorneys a chance to read
Promoted the building showed the nominating committee Osceola County pioneer Ernest -
commissioners made by Bill Morse 'Commissioners reduced the
Firm it.The
Head Is named nine businessmen from
the plans and told and Robert Duckworth in behalf evaluation from $122,450 to Epps Brown may bene.rln"1r manuscript was completed
J. J. MaxwellIs them that he estimated the of the property owners. $108,670 whom four will be elected to an end In county probate early in July It comprised -
cost to be 530.000.00. "This lea Rotary SpeakerIf In some cases, different figures serve on the Chamber of Commerce court here. 2,280 pages In 16 volumes ,
PromotedFlorida very pessimistic figure and were used but they were With but few exceptions, the Board of Director., at After almost eight months' The transcript showed
I don't believe it will go that John O'Leary has his way, based on Morse Duckworth majority of the board was accepting the board meeting Tuesday. recess final arguments will be that during the trial 51 wit-
Highway Patrol high 'Central Florida will become statement of the economic the figures p !pftred They are Hulin Snyder, Bill made by attorney before nesses were heard.
Trooper J. J. Maxwell, of St. Bids on the furniture and dotted with "big blue towers", value of the land for agricultural by appraiser Bill Morse and Hammond, Bob Carter, Dick Judge O P. Johnson beginning
Cloud was recently promotedto carpeting will be opened at a silos put together from cobalt.glau Robert Duckworth who were Guelde, Ralph Shore, Lou Tar- tentatively on October 1.
purposes.The
the rank of corporal. Maxwell special session of the commissioners -coated sheet steel plates. vote on the change continued employed by the property owner cal, Charles Parson., Bob Al- Arguing the case when it City to BuyProperty i
said that with his promotion to be held October 14 OLeary told this to the to be Doug Partin, Oren len and Boyd Sprinkle.In resume will be Robert Murrellof
came a transfer to Sanford at 10 a.m. Rotary Club.A. O. Smith Co. Brown and Tom Bumby for In two Instances the commissioners other business Pete Hunt, Orlando representing the
where he will serve in A resolution commending of Milwaukee long known for the decreases; Chester Barber cut valuations below chairman of the "Good Old Brown offspring Ernestine
a supervisory capacity.A the City of Belle Glade for glass-lined hot-water, tanks and Harris Daniel, against the the Honeycutt figure of 1960 Sidewalk Bargain Days" committee Lewis of Orlando and Curtis
native of Cairo Ga., Maxwell their effort to make the BoatACade and pressed.steel automobile decrease: In both Instances, the land annnounced that plans Brown of Lake Alfred, who The city commission has authorized
lived in Stuart, Fla. when a success was passed. frames, also makes the silos The lower figure being I I. part of that Involved in were being made for the promotion received only $8 apiece out of the purchase property .
he joined the patrol 10 years Hughes Supply, Orlando, under its trade name of Harvestore. adopted by the commissioner the Tyson-Lanler tax suits and to be held October 28 the $100,000 estate and who extending from the railroad -
go. He served his full 10 was awarded the bid for 28 Leary heads a company sitting as a board of equaliuu (Continued on page 5)) through the 30th. are trying to break the will. track to Jaycee Beach, as
years I In St. Cloud. street lights and 13,000 feet which has the Florida tlon are primarily based on He also reported that the On the other tide will be attorneys part of the land needed for a
The corporal and his wife, of No.lakefront 6 cable for rebuildingthe franchise. the income the cattlemen say Two New Sales annual Chamber banquet will Ellis Davis and O. S. future lite of a steam generating .
Glennis have two children, J. Farran also street light. A. A* O'Leary explained to the they can urn from the land. be held November 18 at Tupperware Thacker representing the estate plant, Charles Tyson an-
Glenna 9, and Mark 4. of Orl.ndo.won Rotarians, the Harvestore silo As a result of the emphasis! auditorium and that which Is administered by nounced this week.
the bid
Trooper J. L. Sikes, of Sanford concrete poles on to 28 be prestressed used is said) to be unique In being being given the income factorIn AgreementsRecorded Paul Helllwell, Miami lawyer attorney Jess Thacker of The property owned by
will come to St. Cloud the same project on airtight and in providing controlled agricultural lands, there Is connected with the mystery Clearwater and Alexander Hall Mattie Van Laughlin and others -
October 1st to fill Maxwell'sposition Mayor Russell Thacker fermentation of silagv' discussion going on among development will be the guest of St. Cloud, representing was appraised at $45,000
here. Sgt Carl Holloway presented hay or other feedstuffs, with some businessmen a* to'wheth. Two sales agreement Involving speaker. Invitations are being Mrs. Jack Taylor at whose and the city has agreed to
Kissimmee Police Department, silage added at the top and er or not they should file protest property west of Kls mailed to members and extra home the deceased lived his pay this.
J{: W>> his diploma for completing a old silage removed as wanted based on the same consideration simmee near the "mystery efforts are being made to secure last years The team plant is part of
70-hour course, Supervisor of from the bottom.In Already one business [. industry" site have been recorded entertainment after the Mrs Taylor and Mrs Thacker the future plans for the municipal
Weather Police Personnel, given by the Wisconsin and other parts property owner, Riley in the office of Glenn banquetThe were accused of using undue electric plant It will result
Traffic Institute of Northwestern of the Corn Belt. O'Leary said, Miles has filed a protest asking Ray, county clerk. Chamber is setting up a influence on the elderly man sometime early in the
H L R University. The classes the blue silos are a status sym that the assessment on one In one of the agreement, tour of 'Cape Kennedy in the It was also alleged he was not 1970s probably, in maintaining
T ea. tl7 U '73 .04 were held in Orlando. Acting bol. He said that once the of his buildings be reduced Cleo R. Ludwig and Robert E. near future. All members, competent at the time the will prices on electricity, Roy
Wed. 1/1 84 77 .04 Police Chief Don Adams foundation and base are ready, with the reduction being based KIbbey, of Marion, Ohio and their wives and others interested was signed. Hansel, director, said.
ThL tli 11 '74 stated that Holloway scored the glaas-lined silo is built on income he is deriving fromIt Clyde Pieraon of Klsslmmeehsvesold may contact the chamber The trial longest in the his. The site will be big enough
Fri. 1/10 84 14 .oS very well In the course.A "from the top down", by assembling 902 acre of land for office for further information.The tory of Osceola courts, was according to plans, to allow a
Sat till 93 69 coning change requestwas the top jacking it up Reductions ranged from 80 $138,000 American Society of marked by sensational allegations buffer cone of landscaped park
Sun. tl12 90 66Mon. granted to Earl Schmidtto far enough to attach one roundof to 70 per cent of the assessment The second agreement discloses Range Management will hold questioning\ and equally area. Work necessary for the
e/13 11 7xiX. re- one some property on 6 by 9 foot plates, bolted set by Lanler.Commissioners the sale of 80 acre at a their convention in Kissimmee dramatic testimony.The operation of the plant will
North Bermuda from residential together, and the joint scaled were more In price of $98,000 by Cecil Norris October 12.13 and the chamber trial recessed Jan. 22 to also Improve the lakefront for
to business. A Shopping with mastic then jacking up agreement on citrus land thanon and his wife to Holiday Development has volunteered to assist with give the court reporter a boating and fishing, plans In.
Center I I. planned for that site. for another round and so on. range land. On only one Corp. the registration.: chance to type the manuscript dlcate.

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VISITS-George Carver, managing director PLAN FINANCES-Dr. D. Coe Love, Bob Bobroff ROTARY SPEAKER-Art Randall of the Klssim LIONS SPEAKER-Lt. S. H. Oswald of the Florida I'

of the Harry-Anna Crippled Children' Hospital and Horace Phipps, left to right, members of the mee Rotary Club is shown with John O'Leary, president Highway Patrol is shown above with Darrell Carte, !

and his wife are shown with Mrs. Jim Kasper, budget committee of the United Appeal Fund, are of ,the Harvestore Company, who was guest program director, at the meeting of the Kissimmee)

Elks Auxiliary president; ER Frank Broyles,. and shown making plans for the finances of the 1965- speaker Monday's meeting. Harvestore recently Lions Club Monday night. His topic was "A New

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.' r] :.0 ObituariesGERTRUDE Mary Bryan-Thacker School News


DENNING Board 27 Instructors Teach


ning Gertrude, 76, of 2326 Overstreet Bonita Den Avenue presently.daughters. I 676 Pupils in Two SchoolsBy

Vero Beach, member of a grass, ..
pioneer Central Florida family the Florida Peggy Bradbury sweaters and jackets as this Is
of and wife of Dr. R. J. Den- merce the only way lost articles can
ning, retired former Kissim Lauretta ; Classes are well underwaynow be returned when they are
nice dentist, passed away In Texas. One i ; with instructors teach. brought Into the office.
her home early Saturday after grass ; lap a total' of 676 children in The first year children In
several weeks illness. Hickam ; both of our buildings. There Mrs. Colombo's room are
Born in the Shingle Creek seven & :: are 24 classroom teachers plusa working on a nursery rhyme
Page Two The area of Osceola County March great librarian music teacher and unit. They have learned to recite
8, 1889 the daughter of E. L. Funeral an exceptional child teacher. Humpty Dumpty and Jack
D. Overstreet and Spicey V. held at 11 Principal Louis Feuersteln and JiM. They are making a
Reeves Overstreet, she had the First gave this breakdown in the booklet with the rhymes In it
been a resident of this area with the enrollment. figures: In the and are drawing pictures of
most of her life, moving to officiating. : Mary Bryan Primary School the various characters.Mrs. .
Vero Beach four years ago. be Messrs. there are 99 first year students. Nalleylevel seven
She was a member of the F. Crosby 111 second: year students group are malung a booklet
First Methodist Church: and Raleigh and 110 children in their showing foods that help us
for many years, took an active 0. S. third year. In Thacker Avenue grow strong and keep welL
all Trump. w Elementary there are 126 Hurricane Betsy brought
part in affairs of her
church. in Rose fourth graders 110 fifth graders winds and rain and realistic
Survivors, besides her bus. sons house in his and 120 sixth graders. science lessons to my classes.
band are three daughters charge of Sunday after. W. are happy to welcomesix Mrs. Sallie Prather's fourth
Mrs. Albert Bearden, Kissimmee B. Webb Jr., new faculty members graders listened to the radioat
; Mrs. Hermone Knightand HALLIE Society, and his Mrs. Billie Kay Colombo, level noon each day and got th.
with Dr. Getty. 11; Mrs. Ruth Morse level 4; coordinates and tracked the
Mrs. Ed E. Carter, both of Hallie
Vero Beach; one brother 7.:. 1115 George (Photo by Eby) Mrs. Pat Nalley, level 7; Mn. storm on individual and class.
Jannle Rae Thompkins, third room charts. They also have a
M. Overstreet, Kissimmee
;
day.Born year teacher; Mrs. Sallie Pra- news board with weather
four sisters. Mrs. George C. in
Bronson Mrs. L. B. Tyner, to .. ther, fourth grade; and Mr. charts and current events
St. Cloud Chris sixth Mrs. Pat Tilley's tint
Colombo grade. year
Mrs. Lucrecia Stremlow all
of He
was a
With the construction of the students were excited over th.
Kissimmee and Mrs. R. B. man. and
Chapel hurricane and after discussing
Thacker Avenue Elementary
new
Crews, Pahokee; 10 grandchildren Survived Church of St .
what hurricane
School and the tearing happens during a
and 12 &Te.t-'f.ndchll- J. Reynolds with re down of Central plus moving they drew pictures. On.
dren. brother D. of Earl the children from th. Old Emma little girl drew a big circle and
Funeral services were held Renton ; Ann Baughman said this Is what the
YoweU building, all of our man
at 8 o'clock Sunday from the ter Mrs. D. of the
drew TV.
school personnel are now housed on
A very Grissom chapel with the Rev. South has
Baughman at Thacker and Mary Bryan. Mrs. Bradbury's boys and
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Florida line B. B. Williams, minister of the Funeral the Paradise girls made dally reports in
destination- First Methodist Church, officiating. in the near Apopka. Th. driveway at Thacker is science about Betsy, drew
resorts Casketbearers were thegrandsons Funeral : was guest being paved and if the parentswill pictures and also tracked th.
as Marvin Carter Thursday, First Baptist
storm.
bear with us for awhile
Beach Punta Stanley Carter M. M. Miller Williams, ,. evening. At
and go to the designated area Sixth grade science teacher
That's III. Lamar Pace, Al Simmonsand Methodist service he and to pick up your children after Mrs. Maitland Koonce and
Interment in
Tim Simmons. Interment were guests music instructor Mrs. leanDon.hu.
Commission school we hope this Inconvenience
followed in Rose Hill Cemetery. tery. Riedel reception in the will soon be alleviated.We ., are working together
nations of Grissom Funeral Home charge. room. are so very proud of our with the students showing how
Though .. in charge of arrange from Holopaw new school but it does take these two subjects are related
large enough ments. the local Mis- time to complete the needed by SOUND. How sound travelswas
Virgil to plan fu physical arrangements.Parente demonstrated by the pitch
Gazette that ARTHUR T. SNODGRASS away the Holopaw are again urged to pipe and tuning fork.
and St. Cloud hospital watch the little folks after These children made musical
Arthur Travis Snodgrass, .. .., Union instruments. Gutters
Florida. several school in the traffic congestion by Joey
94, of 811 Verona St, prominent He was a annual emphasis that occurs when the last Moore Joanne Tibbetts San-
Since our Kissimmee resident, retired broke, ... state missions In bell is sounded. Children are dra Garner and Pam Mann.
20,000, this lumberman and mill operator winter A drama careless when they dash Cindy Ivey, rhythm box. Marlene -
for this passed away Tuesday owning the presentation across the street Remember Hunt, pin harp. Charles
afternoon after several days Park on ". Envelopes for the child you hurt or kill Garner, tambourine. Teddy
time illness. His wife, Frances Lau also are available by not being alert with your Partlow blocks. Cliff Stahl,
happen to retta Green Snodgrass, a Kis at Riedel Mrs. Pearl auto may be your own! two percussions. Calvin Key
thousands of simmee school teacher, pass He is Glen Oglesby. Monday, September 27, will drums. Jeff Tomlinson stick. .
away here in 1934. Annie Jones; James Scott be a school holiday for children And Robin Carr, symbals. -
tourism Born January 27, 1871, at H. Jones; ; recently to since teachers and administrators This didn't happen at school
income. Port Lavaca, Texas, the son one brother. and family of will meet In Winter Haven but it's a dear thought any
Better Cyrus Snodgrass and Caroline Funeral Jimmy Young, for the Florida Education way. First year student Jimmy
: Acree Snodgrass, he mov in ... the church's Association area gathering. Bradbury told his mother that
1)) We from St. George, South Carolina This is in the above and beyond he loved her. When she asked,
they want to to Kissimmee in 1918. EUGENE: of the "ongre- category. When school "How much l" He said, "Mor.
We At the time of his arrival in to be present started Mrs. Margaret But than alt the green leaves on
2))
Kissimmee he entered into Funeral & for voting on (beloved first year teacher the trees."
the State of partnership with J. L. Phillipsand Ernest for the next who is on leave of absence Sixth graders Roger Nelson

A'major Company, of Jacksonville, dent of this year) came to Mary Bryan Jerry Muller Rosemarie Kenton -
and built a plant, in Kissim- ed away in the sick list and and assisted the teachers and Karen Hale distilled .
substantially : mee, for the remitting of lumber tal Monday prayer are Mr. in whatever way she could. water in science class. Patty
Wales with the principal portion of held Gilmore Mr. We all appreciated this I Frakes and Cathy Chrl.tlandemonatr.ted
Winter which was sold In New York 4 o'clock $ Mathis, Mrs. that v.
thoughtful
act.
year; magnesiumcan
\, ;; for the purpose of building\ tilt Church : ., Harold Tripp Parents please provide a be found in ocean water. ,.
5634) e i' .11' (!, \ jf :: l ,:: docks; to.the railroads for the Richard t,4. R. B. Olson '
Two classes
pocketbook! ,, with child's sclent are makIng -
..-While building! of''.pedJ. .r'.;{' and, terment "' .. .; Mrs. Clara In it, Also your,, shorelines.. ,"
name please label
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000 totSNsta'* to Cuba for the erection of C.metert', "'y Boudreaux 1. >
.Aso'I sugar mills. After this mill of the Jerry Billy Ray Hog-
It's worth closed, Mr. Snodgrass started Home. Rogers, San Highlands HiLiterHighlands
his own millwork plant and He Is Bill Cleveland. rt
continued the operation untilit ow, Mrs.
St. burned In 1939. City; one Installed S hool Acd| $
A '
devoted churchman, he Berwick ;

of was the one First of the Methodist oldest members Church C.two Donald Sorority New Teache]rs to Roster ,

and had served on the Official five '. serve the 1965. 1
At 9 a.m. Installed at a By Pat Chlri speaking of PTA members
of the Beta surely parent is going )
Methodist C h u With the 1965-66 school yeargetting every '
School teachers St. Cloud of Alpha Delta underway Highlands to be a paid-up member this ;
will be sorority Elementary School welcomessix year. For 50c per parent for .
ed at the officers are: new teachers to its roster. th. current year this Is an Investment .'
service. By Jerry Berson Dixie Motel Johnston, presi They ant. Mrs. Dottle Samar- you cant go wrong
Sunday is Capt. Henry J. Boudreaux, ada nad ; McGough gya, formerly Miss D. Rhodes, with. You can never go wrongwhen :
purpose of who has recently undergone While they ; Mrs. Sada Bar- A-6; Mrs. Judith Davis, formerly you do something good ;
importance of major surgery. at Walter Reed they plan secretary.; Miss J. Rhodes, B-6; for your children' and your
cation and for General Hospital returned Dollar corns Miss Ellen Hiem. E-6; Mrs. school. And your HighlandsPTA
offering for home to St. Cloud Saturday is managing ; Mrs. El. Cats Grimm C-l; Mrs. Sandra Is good for both.
Board of where he is convalescing. present treasurer; Purcell formerly Miss Beach, There are plans In the works '.
cal church Harriet Waller, 10th Street, O. H. Green, histori A-3; Miss Vickie Merritt C- to organise the room mothers
Members of recently celebrated her 75th cing from ; Lackey, ser 4; and Mr. Bernard Crabtree into a working committee with '
Society of birthday. Her son and his wife, Orange i .; Mrs. Barbara C-3. The total enrollment at Mrs. Tom Bracken and Mn. .:
will attend a Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wailer Mr. and this printing stands at 692. Of W. A. Foster, co-chairmen. It '
at Concord Cincinnati, surprised her with Lauderdale, attending this number 27 are Negro is hoped chairman can be appointed *
Burchfield a flying one-day visit and enta of a .. at the Old children. O s e. o 1 a County in each grade and theyin
lando, today. were here for the birthday fes Mrs. Butler Room of the St. schools In compliance with the turn will have a list in '
Children in tivities. en Krause. : were Mrs. Lois law has Integrated Its schools their grade of available room .
6 will meet for Mr. and Mrs. Roy Semones, Gerry Louise Elliot and according to Mr. William mothers who will be called '
rehearsal of David, Donna and Diane were enta Mr. Rawlings, Mrs. Ketchersid, Highlands principal upon as occasions arise both .
tomorrow at : weekend guests of Mrs. SI- DIMe, Mrs. Louise everything Is going along in school and PTA activities.In .
The first of mone's sister Mrs. R. L. sister Mrs. Mrs. Stella smoothly! in this area. In talk. a visit to the Highlands '
Retreats will Cooper. While here Mr. Se in tag with Mr. Ketchersid, h. library, Mrs. Charles Kimberly "'
mones attended the monthly Campbell, host- had these points which h. 1 librarian reported the .'
meeting of the Fleet Reserve CANCER seated wishes to make known to the school has on its bookshelves
and visited with his sister ANNUAL decor parents of children attending approximately 2700 volumes.
Mrs. Clayton Mosher. Osceola 'with Its own Highlands SchooL Studentsare Then are three sets of reference .
1St. Mr. and Mrs Paul E. Kirk- lean Cancer Table fa. not to be on the school books available also. The
Patrick and son. Bill, left for the : ,. painted china grounds before 8:15 in the circulation for the first week '
Thursday for Ohio where they ficers Sept. morning. There are no teach- of school was 800. This count
will visit friends and relatives. the Watkins retir- ers on duty before this tlm. to did not include the first
By Jerry Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Good. Federal conducted, th. supervise. He also asked that grades as they have not yet .
St. Cloud sough have returned home aoclation, during parents would refrain from begun to enjoy the benefits
bers received from an extended visit in All year's meeting activities letting their youngsters stopat of this fin. school library. '
from three northern states. and other and the little store on their way This reporter took note of the .(
plans i
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cooper to school as many of them handsome blackout drapes In
urged
muter are '
a recent owners and operators of the ing to help year were 41s. end up spending their lunch the library., a gift to the school
al and money and h. was sure manv last year from the PTA. Thee
held at the
ST CLOUD EPISCOPAL the coming meeting, Sept. parents have no knowledge of will aid greatly with the visu- ?
Tampa.Dr. In the Old South
Richard CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mrs. this. Again Mr. Ketchersid al-aid program and In conjunction v
side at the will re. makes the request to keep all with this six new over ..
the president convention, was A caravan of Episcopal the report Delta Kappa dogs at home and not let the head projectors have been ob-
Churchwomen will go to Gray committee. held In animals follow the children to tained.
via
Cowley, ; '
Inn Friday. Reservations & school.
the Rev. T.' C. maybe be added to Further learning aids acquired
bulletin editor. made with Elsie Dingledein. rectors to' HIGHLIGHT H. was pleased to announce with the opening of 3
Each of the Those joining the rvan those whose the new Modern Math which school an 24 maps and globes
turned with will meet at the Parish Houseat year. seems to be sweeping cur fft classroom use. S
to improve and 9:30: ..m. and leave at 10 Theatre will schools these days and ans.tag So as the school year gets:
local ,club's a.m.Father What You Did," parents to wonder what into full swing and activities,..
tary's four Walter Cawthorn. Crawford and has happened to the good old both school and PTA gather:
Service which attended the Clergy Conference Meet on a double bill- days, ls being taught in all steam this reporter will eontlnue -""
ice, Vocational In Avon Park Wednes Saturday with levels and grades for the first from month to month:
munity Service day.Celebration The Ringo Starr. time this year. If you are finding In this column to let you know*
tional Service. of the Ember First Ursula An It difficult to help )'OU'Jouftl'lter what's doing at Highlands Elementary. --
The local Days will be Friday and Sat- .Church will Richardson with his math homework :
urday. meetings 349" with and you are looking at -
own assembly. Father Cawthorne has Issued the mad Sean Flynn him In awe as he spouts terms CLASSES FOR ADULTS 2 N
20, at 7:50 a plea for badly needed Miss Sunday and and methods that sound like TO BE ORGANIZED -
Sunday School teachers. Anyone side and a missile expert tak. heart ..
rac interested assisting the will have '. "Cinderella" Mr. Ketchersid Is here to help A meeting to organic:
Ii young people of the parish gram uaID Tattooed Police you. He would like to form aParents adult education classes will be:
may contact Fr. Cawthom. or "The be shown at the Class for Modern held Monday night at 8 p....."
A JOHN. Sunday School Superintendent Freedom." Friday and Math. We arc never too old la the OscooU High School:!
Dorothy Fertic. to learn so sign up at th. big cafeteria according to Max*
Karl E.: !f!& Walter Arena and Owen OFFICERS Highlands PTA meeting coming Waters principal of OsceolsHigh. >
Wardell have been appointed MEET to up Thursday, Sept 16. .
Second dad Lodge
chairman and co-chairman of Mark your calendars. Courses offered will be de1termlMd
82741. the annual bazaar scheduled The Monday In regard to our first PTA by the demand oft
Street, Kl for Nov. 6. Others working on Kiiilmmee meeting of the year It will ... the applicants. A minimum of*
Box 1064. ...." the bazaar are rah Newhard meet meeting of the our Pot-Luck supper This was 20 students are required to*
Subscription Pearl Stephens, Hilda Cole, at the Lodge No. a big success last year. A fine form a class. II
General Lea Arena, Mary Alice Roa Eggers: Monday Sep. way to meet your child's Anyone interested it the ,
Classified ; seat, Elsie Dingledein and Mildred All 8 ,-.. in the teachers and get to know your program I* urged .. attend

contract at I Lane. building.\ fellow PTA members. And this mating Waters said.



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r 1 1ta11 Fall Season Next TuesdayThe ,

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Klulmmet Garden Club Club, has announced her stand f CrY

will hold Iti first meeting of ing committee chairmen as .
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the tcaion at two o'clock on follows birds and conservation .

d a Tuesday, September 21st at Mrs. Clyde Nelson; book "

the CIvic Center with the ROM service, Mrs. William Prattler; l '
Circle ai hoiten group Program flower show, Mn. Harry t ,
,f' theme will be "Censer- Northrop; flower show school : ,'f
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ration," with Mrs. 0. B. Mrs. William Slppel; garden _' ;;'; k ,
Knight conservation chairmanand Mrs. Edith Mcgrew
therapy, ;
MEMBERSHIP TEA Officers of the Kisslmmee Jaycee Wives held a membership tea Sun. corresponding secretary of historian, Mn. Fred Thrush; FOOD GROUP-The first meeting of the Osceola County Food Service Group was held last

I day afternoon at the OsceoU Room. Shown chatting at the tea are, left to right Carol Long Apopka Garden Club, as guest horticulture, Mrs. Sam Lupfer week at the high school cafeteria. Speakers were, left to right, Truitt Schellenberg, county

brake, Joy King, Nancy Eby and Delores Jackson. (Photo by Eby) speaker. III; k lospiUlity[ Mrs. Albert supervisor; Charlotte Whltemore, county supervisor, Semlnole County; Senator Irlo Bronson, I
Mrs. Knight Is an anthoriy Rogers; landscape design, bars Gladys Earnest, county supervisor, Volusla County; Glenda Drummond, manager, St Cloud

on the subject since( she has Olin Williams; organization High and president of the Osceola County School Food Service Association., (Photo by Eby)
and membership, Mn. Carl

't' ,.. r v ,; served Florida District Federation Seven of Garden of the Kenton relations; ,publicity Mrs. M. S.and Eldridge public; Cooking Is Fun School Food Service Meeting Held I IThe

:t Clubs as chairman of state radio and television, Mra. W
t parks, roadside development.conlerv.tlon C. Seckman; spiritual life, Secrets Boon OsceoU County School to give state assistance for
t1 historical memorial Mrs. D. E. Cooperrider ways Food Service Association held salaries of school lunch per

+ and litterbugs, and Is and means, Mrs. Fred Burton.; To CookingBy its first meeting of the new sonnel. Eddie Lewis, assistant
.1 F f now horticulture chairman.She Officers serving with Mrs. year in the Osceola High principal of 0. H. 8., was a

Is a member of the Audo- Simmons are i Mrs. Donald Snsanne McFarland School lunchroom Thursday gueit also. ,
et bon Society, Nature Conservancy Brown, first vice president; If anyone tried to DRINK evening' at 6:30 with a deli Met Lillian Colburn, regional .

r Y Wilderness Society and Mrs. Miles Sharp, second vice that Mexican Orange Candy In cious dinner. Mrs' Glenda director of Florida School

f National Wildlife Federation, president; Mn. Ethel Stover, last week's paper I Imagine Drummond, president, presid. Food Service Association, and
and In 1959 and 1960 was recording secretary; Mn. they found it pretty rough ed. Mrs. Mary Davis, manager of
chairman of the District Seven Lynn Been, corresponding going! Of course it should've Guests at the meeting' were Highlands Elementary School

1's conservation workshop secreUry; Mn. Hilpa Pryor, been "Mexican Orange Candy" Senator Irlo Bronion, Mrs. Lunch, gave a report of the

Mrs..Henry Simmons, president treasurer; and Mrs Olin Williams Instead of "Mexican Orange Gladys Earnest, school lunch National School Food Service

of Klssimmee Garden parliamentarian. Drink", supervisor of Volusla County, convention which was held In
For years I have heard of and Mrs. Charlotte Whitman, Louisville, Kentucky the first

Prune Cake but somehow it school lunch supervisor, Seminole week in August.Thirtytwo .
Gardens
Orange
News never appealed to me. Over County, They presented i members were In

the weekend, however, I felt report of the legislation passed attendance.

OG Homemakers Club ambitious and decided to try ,
to something new new to me,
l that is. pretty and easy to make The few berries or whatever fruit
e Hold cake and meringue are baked you used to perch on top of the
Workshop Sept. 21st PRUNE CAKE
at the same time whipped cream
... 8 eggs
BLJTZTORTEBlanch While talking' with Sara
1 1lt
t x' By D. G. BamfordAll who 1 C Wesson Oil Jane about she
structions for those wish and shred (or buy) cake baking

_alII.... ............... the lady residents of the them. Senior Citixens' League 1 C buttermilk One third cup almonds (a 8-. gave me a good' Idea. She has
Gardens are invited to attend starts in October. 1 C p.anea-cooked, pitted 01 package wll( do) Set a- a favorite cake that she can
of the Beta Nu Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha were Installed and cut \ .
PLEDGES-Mew pledges a workshop of the Orange Gardens lp.I aide always fall back on and
Monday night They are, left to right Mrs. George Gibson, Mn. Sandy Beck, Mrs Les Extension Homemaker On the 22nd the Needlework Up allspice Siftt1'A change it by using different
Pete Fawbush'received her jewel pin. (Photo by Eby) Guild Circle will meet at 10 1 tap cinnamon
Campbell Mrs Club, Tuesday the 21st at 10:30: a.m. at the community buildIng. C sugar frostings and fillings. For a
me white
in the community building sugar Beat until soft: banana cake she slices bananas
C
2 flour
They meet the third Tuesdayof 14 C butter between the layers; or adds
Intercession City News Miss Edith 1 C nuts (optional)
each month. Mrs. Pear Hed Spencer spent a Add only one-hol! of the sifted nuts to the batter and uses
den and Grace Collyer will con. weekend with her sister and 1 Up soda sugar to the butter. Blend a chocolate frosting; or makes
brother In law, Mr. and Mrs. 1 tsp vanilla a seren-minub frosting for
duct the workshop Sewing welL
Peterson Called To Pleasant Hill Chapel Hints Bring a sandwich and a Benjamin) Stillman, at Merrltt 1 Up nutmeg Beat in 1 at a 'time filling and Icing. Use your
salt
Island. 1 tap
beverage The ,monthly I meet 4 egg yolks imagination! With only one
Beat the and add all
By Mrs. D. G. Owlets ices. Our sincere sympathy Is their home there and are pur. ing will! begin at 1:30: p.m Mrs. Clara Wampler would the other eggs Ingredients. Mix Add tt tap vanilla cake recipe, you can have a

The Pleasant Hill Chapel extended to the father and chasing the Jesse Burdick Mrs. Ruby Beswick, president, like to express her appreciation well. Pour Into a greased and Sift (before meaiuring) dozen varieties!

has extended a call to Dannie other members of the family house. will conduct the meeting and for the flowers, calls and floured tube Bake for 1 1 C cake flour BASIC YELLOW CAKE

Peterson of Pennsylvania to Steven Langworthy of Tampa The Rev and Mrs. Clarence Mrs. Betty McPherson will bin e words of sympathy she received hour at 375 degree pan. Resift with Sift: ,,

become the pastor Mr. Peterson formerly of Bolivar, N. Y., Hagmeier who were spendinga charge of the program. at the recent death of ICING 2 tip baking powder 2 C sugar

is a graduate of Hobe has been visiting his grand few days on a fishing trip to Mr and Mrs. David Bernardrecentl her husband. 1 C white sugar U Up salt Beat until creamy: >

Sound Bible School and Is now mother, Mrs Frank Clark Naples were compelled to ) returned from a trill Miss Marilyn Dietrich wash 1 tsp soda Add the sifted ingredients to Blend 1 C butter butter and and I
Mr. D. G. Owlett called on shorten their stay when to Pennsylvania visiting In Jacksonville for few days the butter mixture alternately sugar ;
completing his post graduatework !I. a 1 tap Karo (white) with beat tn one at a time /1
there. He assumes the his daughter, Mn. James Pick. "Betsy" threatened the Gulf their daughter and son in IrvIng attending meetings connected Vi C buttermilk 4 yolks /
6 egg
charge immediately. ,r' ,rell of Orlando, on Saturday Coast a brother in Greenville( with her duties as an Extension 1 stick buttter. Beat T.cre..m.th. batter,, until" alt is, 'Add ,
t W, are sorry to report the, Her health seems improved Mr; and Mra. Kenneth'., and they, spent d' week I ii n I Service agent.r 2 tap vanilla smooth and spread it.1\ two 2 Up .vanltta (ev us* \M ,j'

death of Mr. Robert ,EJlis., of co, Mr. ,Thomas Jacobson has Sprunger .have'.been spending. Cook's Forest I campingw0| k Mrs.,Ray..Faulk I is*.somewhat, Mix above 'afti ,b tf, "'one, greased 9>ln layer pans. Cover", blend mentioned earlier;,-vaailla -,
Charleston, W. Va., son of Mr. returned from an extended visIt -' aome days, .in town. \ ." friend from Irving-.. Jv..' better, but remains In the Orlando minute. '(WatclTJt _, |Ie, bolls it with the tallowing mart,, lemon,, and almond) ,
Floyd Ellis who died of a heart 'with his mother and other The Rev and Mra.. I.. X. Mra. Gael Lennon, had"'her Air Force Hospitel, over ...U).) Pour over cake Ingue. Whip until STIFF I ; Sift before measuring
attack during the past week. relatives in the Mid-weat. Blowers returned Saturday after daughter, .'ra. Herbert Brown Ward 10. The folks in the while still hot. Let soak for 4 egg whites 2 and 2/3 C cake !lourReeflt
He was 49 years of age. His Mr. Samuel Harris and his a few weeks In New York and son Jeffrey Gael with her Gardens wish/ .a speedy recovery several hears I Up salt withi
and wife of daughter Genleve have return State at the home of their son.Mrs. for her. This Is very rleh-p.rtlcu.,
brother Franklin recently; Mr. and Mrs. Graham Add the remaining cup of sugar 3 Up baking powder
Modem Day Furniture Company ed from Michigan where they Floyd Ellis is visiting Lemmon, Shelbyville.'Ind. also James Marvin, son of Mr. lady if you make !it as I did. very slowly a Up at a H Up salt '..
went to the funeral serv spent the Hummer They sold her former home in Kentucky. were her guests this past and Mrs. W. D. Marvin, has Another cake was In my tube time, beating constantly When Add slfUd ingredients to but-
Mrs. Edna Kamhout and walk enlisted !In the Army and Is pan so I cooked the Prune one all the sugar has been added, ter mixture alternately with .
Mrs. Grace Gorham returned !in a large loaf pan and then
Sand ria Orndoff, who lives stationed for the present at continuing beating for a few 1 C milk
I I north the early of last poured the Icing over It This
part Beat the b.tterlntll smooth
,
minuUs. Fold tat
with her grandmother, Mrs. Ft. Jackson, N. week. way, it was more of a pudding
Mrs. Elizabeth Drees of Fort Vernon Berwick, has started brother, William Jr., who is '> very moist and had to be 1 or 2 tsp vanilla and 4 told ini whiUs beaten until I Ipe.ka 4
Spread the meringue divided egg ,
with the Marine stationed ,
Corps,

school Cashiers
at the Training
served with rather
Pierce called Mrs I. E. a spatula i
on in half, over the batter (in form
Institute in Orlando. at Parrls Island S. c., than sliced but It delicious.
Barrie afternoon recently was .
I Tlaat I one Is home on furlough both pans. Stud one meringue U Up salt I
THEY lsfLlaf/ Mr. Steve Osvach of Salem, Orange Garden "en" were with the slivered almonds Put Bake !la three greased 9-Inch I
Ohio has returned alerted l through ooperatlon The various activities and Sara Jane Schmidt, I believe, them very close together (this layer cake pans for 80 to 35
Mrs. Alice Turner Hudson of members of the Civic Association people of the Gardens welcome likes to make Cakes as much is the only hard part about minutes at 350 degrees. Bake j

Is working at Osceola Hospitel. of BeUy's anticipated Mr. and Mrs. Felton Williams ss I do and we both ageson the cadge !it to monotonousto in a tube pan for 45 minutes

Mr. and Mn. Dewey Moore approach to this area. Their who are now residing at 2114 several little "secrete" keep poking In those nuts I) or In an 8 z 12 inch loaf pan
efforts were appreciated by W. Orange Boulevard. If a recipe calls for a teaspoon for 45 minutes
Bake the layers for about 35
friend Mrs
entertained
By Betty Eby trol, Ft Myers, spent the week a all the residents. or two of vanilla we use two
Frank Edwards of Kent Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Clark, to 40 minutes at 850 degrees. Use any filling or icing you
Birthday I congratulations end with his parents, Mr. and during the Tupperware Jubi The officers and committee Ceclle Street, are just back or three TABLESPOONS. In Remove from oven and let prefer; I recently made this
this week are being lent to Mn. T W. Miller. let chairmen of the Orange Gardens from an eight week trip to a white or yellow cake we use the cakes cool in the pans cake and baked it in a tube

Debbie Taylor, Julie Barber, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Billings- Extension Homemakers Michigan, Detroit, Hubbard plenty of vanilla, a third as Before serving (not too long pan The frosting was good

Petie Partln, Stanley Littler ley have returned after spending Mrs Glover Browning has Club attended a meeting at Lake and other areas of that much lemon and a fourth as before), place one layer (without and easy and r.therlnulu.l.. ,
pleasant summer at Bristol returned to her home on Shep much almond .this gives
field, Helen Lynam, Larry a the agriculture center to ebb a the nub) meringue side SOUR CREAM FROSTING ;
West VI..nla.Stave herd's Lane after four month's receive delicious flavor the ;
Whale, Nander Koima, DNHooey to cake. DOWN 1i pt whipping cream,
Instructions on Simplified The Roy Cravens were at en> a serving plate or>
Thacker of Mrs. visit with relatives in the In chocolate cake add abouta
Frank Gardner, Okey son a whipped until stiff
Parliamentary Procedures Evans ton III with their cake stand Spread the follow.
Carte, Virginia( Reynolds, Mildred Jess Thacker, decided he wanted North and Mfd-went. based on Robert's Rules of Or daughter and,Cincinnati, Ohio, fourth teaspoon of almond !Ing' filling over It 1 carton (small) sour cream /
McLaughlin Frances Hewitt to graduate with his class. Mr and Mrs. John Ruhl where visited 'Flavoring.' You will be surprisid mixed Into whipped cream
with friends
FILLING FOR
they FRUIT
0. S. Thacker, Melva mates at Osceola High Instead have returned, putting a trail der.The at the result Speaking of 1 Tbs graUd orange rind
Shuffleboard and
Committee told
relatives. AU their BLITZTORTE
Volmar, Cynthia Stahl, Sam of Clearw.ter, so he !Is spending er near the trailer home ofMrs. ,ihocolate when making Mix all together and spread I
has cleaned off the shuffleboard time the ,
five
spent on trip .
Lupfer III, Alma McLaughlin, the school year with the Ethel Barkdoll. Mrs. Ruhl was ipaghettl sauce add a table- Whip until stiff over cake. RefrigeraU.
and it is now ready for wailer spoonful of chocolate to the 1 C heavy cream
Stephen Jordon, Jessyo Sam O. S. Thackers. may be remembered as Mrs.
use, for anyone who wishes to Mn. Vera Nelson left early mixture, it it Fold Ins
coons, Albert Bearden, Hubert Hazel of Indiana really peps
Ben Curry spent three days Whybrew OSCEOLA DUPLICATE
All who Interested this with the Alfred
play are summer vanilla
1
i One other tsp
C. rep thing I
Tarsal Eddie McGonlgal, was
Mn. who wintered here last
mother
here visiting his you WINNERS ANNOUNCED
M. Butcher, Robert Buckels, and friends, are invited to asmorgasbord Clarks and drove with them as ,ilways ought to add the, flarorings Cover the bottom layer with
Dorothy Norris, Tom Blaln, Alice Martin, on his way hometo Mrs. D. G. Owlett was happy 0 p.m. Wednesday far as Hunteville, Ala. where < to the shortening In a sugared fresh fruit or drained Mn Riley Miles and Mrs.

Dick Maklnson, Janice De- Atlanta after a ten day vacation to receive a letter from her September 22, at the com she spent some time visitingher
mond, Bess Jones, Edgar In Mexico. H. Is a member son, Richard E. Young, whi munity building. Bring your sisters, Eva Byrne and | carried the flavoring raspberries and they were honors in Friday's play of the ,I

Glass, Marie Crosby, Charlie of the faculty of Cwrgts8bb has just returned from foUr own ebb service and a cov. Emma von Domaries. The |throughout the cake I don't food). Osceola Duplicate Club. '

Bronson. Best wishes to each College In Atlanta. month's duty at the Da Nang and dl.hl; come ..rJ,. A meeting three ladies left in August to 1 mow whether this Is true or Heap the cream on top of Tied for second and third

of you. Lauretta Russell of San Antonio Air Base in Viet Nam. He will follow at 7 p.m. to drive to North Chicago and i tot but H makes me feel the fruit, saving' out 4 Tbs tor were Mn. Larry Rogers and

Congratulations also to Eb Texas and Dena Snodgrass wrote from his home base in formulate plans for fall sbuf- Little Fall, Minn. They all cry scientific if I follow this the top cake layer. Put on the Mra. Cecil' Bush and Vivian

and Bess Jones who were married of Jacksonville were Amarillo, Texas. fleboard programs. returned to Kisslmmee, the i vie while baking! top layer, nub on> top, of Albritton and Flo Connell

C4 years ago Tuesday! called her this week by the Mr. and Mrs. Ray Donahue Tuesday afternoons, 2 p.m., two sisters remaining for a For your creative momente course, and put the four T of Fourth place was won by Mrs.
Wayne MUler, director of serious illness of their father, and nephew have moved back Orange Bowl Lanes, 8 game week before returning to their I ben Is a special dessert It cream la mound In the mid' Miles Sharp and Mrs. Nelson

the Lee County Mosquito Con A. T.lDodrr '. from Kisslmmee. for 11.03, practice bowling home In HunUville. i will serve from 8 to 10, is very die of the lucre Save out a Maklnson.





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FASHION FIESTA-The fashion! show sponsored by Country, titled "Yipes, Strip**"; Suzanne Spencer group In the middle photo are models from the Pat France; Donna Mathews, Seminole Indians; Donna f

Beta Sigma> Phi Thursday night at Tupperware models for RIdenours while Janet Crowell models for Flesher School of Charm who represented fashions Mingo, India; Joan Roberts, Japan, and Kathy

brought> acclaim from hundreds who attended. Someof Persons; the Overstreet sisters, Jennifer and LauraJo from different countries They are, left to right, Thompson, Hawaii The event, which launcned the

the local models were, left to right Carolyn Au- model for Persons, and Sylvia Williams( models a Pat Flasher, narrator; Marte Rhein, Scot-Irleb; Pat season's activities, also featured a buffet supper. i

trey in a head to toe fashion from Shore's Town and cape outfit for Shore's Town and Country. The Pruss, England; Valerie Foster, Italy: Eleanor Iliatt. .(Photos by Eby)


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Legal Notices Executrix of the Estate of Mission School

BETTY BETTY K.KIMBROUGH MOSELEY (a/k/a HOSE Gazette Classified Display TTurrimnft TerminoloffV,

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION Lot I a distance of Seventy LEY). deceased; Plan for the annual School 0"
FOR TAX OI1.D: (70) '*.t to the Point of Beginning 'hllllp R Kelley I made at Are you familiar with hur- high winds, dangerously high

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ; P.O. Box IOU I Real Estate For Sale CLASSIFIEDAD of Missions are being ricane terminology T water, and very rough seas. It
tb holder with easement for Creek Methodist
THAT J) r. BAKER Togsther an It E. Monument Ave.) the Shingle
of the following certificate or Ingress and egress and other Clsalmm, Florida RATES Church. It will be held in the The three hurricane ..tertl'Ylpone is not the hurricane' eye or
certificates have filed sold certificates public beneficial' ATTORNEY FOR EXECUTRIX: should be familiar center which causes damageand
1 for a tax deed to be Issuedthereon. from the land herein eonvey.d Aug. II 1. 9. II HIS SALE word educational building September
!, The certificate number to Smith Street and over a Sept FOR 5 cent per 19 through October 24. with are "Hurricane Watch", casualties but the hightides

and yar of lasuanc. the s..crIpttofl atrip of land II tl feet wide IN THe CIRCUIT COURT Family Home-4 BR :2 bath, minimum 75 cent There will be five sessions "Hurricane Warning", and and strong winds which
of the property and the lying one-half North of and
names In which It waa ......14 along the South line of Lot 1 OF CIRCUIT THE NINTH IN AND JUDICIAL FORONCEOLI dbl. carport, Urraito, big lot, Classified Display (without lasting one hour, beginning at "Gale Warning", says Elwyn accompany It, Holmes ..)..

arc a. follow.Certificate .: of said Robert Baa tnd Addition COUNTY, FLORIDA $300 down, $96 mo. border)I centered 8 point 0:30: each Sunday and closingat Holmes, rural civil defenee Gale warnings indicate windof
44 and one-half South of and
No.
Tar of Issuance May It. till North line of said IN IN EEl CHANCERY! THE ADOPTION NO. ton OF line count a* 4 words; 14 specialist: Florida Agricultural more than 88 miles per

Description of Property: Klaalm :10'1.Ih. RICHARD DAVIDHURRIER Furnished BR, 1 bath, ter. point lines count a.8 words; ito;: school is under the leadership Extension Service hour, but of less than hurricane .

me 10 .Sec.View 11, Twp.Unit B 25 Bib 8. Range I lota It I E.A. that Ton the will plaintiffs I I hereby hav take* filed notice suit BURR1ER, BARBARAANN rain floors carport, util. rm. 18 point line count a* 8 of Mrs. W. R. Houston, When a hurricane reaches a force. They may be used

Name In which assessed: against you In the Circuit Court ARLETTE BURRIER 10.000 "word, 24 point line count at chairman of the Commission of position that offers a threatto a* a warning for coastal sec.tion .

;:4: :Mary Crtlflcat B. Wolf. No. T7 In da.and to for quiet Osceola the County title In Florl.the ROSE and VICKI MARIE LYNN BURRIER. tV 12 word.. Missions. Mrs. Stroup and a wide area the area Is put adjacent to an area under .

L1. Year of Iniuanc May II. tin I plaintiffs to the above described BURRIER minor. Large play area-3 BR. Fla. PHONE 8472881 Mrs. Heath will be in chargeof on hurricane watch. This hurricane warning.

Description of Property! )lar'dl.1 property. BYl DENVER THOMPSON Rm. C/B. excellent storage DEADLINETUESDAY there is no immediate
4 Blk 17 Lot II Bee. 10. Twp. 8 You are hereby required to NOTICE TO APPEARTO the children and young people. means Hurricane' name for 1965 J

; RflfC 21 E I file your. defense to the above : FRED MARVIN BURRIER vinyl floors carport. 10000. NOON Rev. George Fraley, pa.. danger, but everyone in the Besides Anna and Betsy, they
Name In which assoaed.: action with the Clerk of the Address Unknown should listen for further
Willie Ma Collier I above styled. Court and to serve YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tor will lead the adults in the area are: Carol, Debbie. Elena,

Certificate No Ill a copy of the same upon W. J. ht a-Petltlon haa been filed In FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORSr Real Estate For Rent study of "The Death of a advisories and be ready to Frances, Gerda, Holly logs,
Year of t'u., l jlpeacrlptlon I Steed Ill First. Federal Buildin the Circuit Court 0'- the Ninth Myth." Mrs. Carl Dpence and take precautionary action if Jenny Kara Laurie Martha
of Property High *, attorney for plaintIffs, on or Judicial Circuit, In and for Osceo. INC. ,
Pralrl See E Blk 101 Lot 7 8c. before September 17 Itll. Her*. is County, Florida, In Chancery LARGE NEW TRAILER. Sun Mrs. Roma Bronson will teachin warnings ire issued Netty, Onra, Peggy, Rhoda,
|*, Twp. It S. Range II E. I In fall not or a decree pro con. Mo. 7011 by DENVER. THOMPSON Vine at Thacker 8474451 the children's departmentAt The hurricane warningcomes Sadie
Park. 8473212. Tanya Vlrgy Wenda.
Mobile Phone
,
Name In which ae* *d. feaso will be entered against ,
for the adoption of RICH.
the close of the school as soon as it is felt thatan
Ella SmithCertificate *
No. Ill 0IN WITNESS WHEREOF I ARD RA ANN DAVID BURRIER BURRIER ARLETTE BARRA MOBILE HOME and lot Buy CAPITOL MOTEL Clean October 24th there will be a area will feel tjie full ef. IN JUST IB MINUTESIF
Year of Issuance May tt. UU ; have hereunto act my hand and both at less than regular
iURRIER ROSE MARIE BUR.RIER. overnight rooms. Kitchenette pot luck dinner held at the fects of the hurricane such
as
Description of Property High affixed my official aeal at KIs- and VICKI LYNN BUR 8475773. YOU HAYI TO
trailer Ph.
Prairie Sec E Blk 108 Lot I Bc slmmee, Osceola County Florida, UKR. mlnol-s. by the Petitioner, payment apartments and trailer apaces.Highway church following the morning
IS. Twp II 8. Rang 11 E. this ttth day of August, 1111. DENVER THOMPSON and you 441. Phone 8474341. worship service. SCRATCH YOUR ITCH.
Name In which assessed: GLENN RAT of TWO HOUSES-Three bedroom T... 4S sack .l ssv drag star*. q.lek-
are required to aerve a copy Sweet
Cordelia S. Rltter et al Clerk of the Circuit CourtICIRCL'IT your Answer or objection to deluxe with 'air cond. and A. G. Burriss. The public is invited to attend Grapefruit 4r71. ITCH-Mt-NOT d.e the lies

Certificate No. 124 COURT SEAL) how Petition should these study el...... aid kerslag. AallMstto aette* kills
Year of Issuance May 1$. llll By /./ MarJorie R. H.y.W. tcranted cause on why th' attorney for equipment. Two bedroom mod. THREE ROOM apartment air r .s I*.p.ad hsallig,rise fee*** .*
e by
Description of Property HlarhPralrl J. SteedOf Petitioner, H JAMES BRETT:, ern. Large lot., convenient financing Sought GroupBy isnt kit' **, fet lus, sObs dsrfamrashes
conditioned. Main floor, .NOW BROS.
Lot Collins
Bee F Blk lit I Bee. Steed Urban al HUNT'S
at Law, 15 South Magnolia.
J8 Tup II 8. Kan.. 11 E. 111 First Federal Building Attorney. Orlando, Florida, and file '. Call Klsslmmee 847. Screened porch, carporte, 1006 ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Name In which assessed.R : Orlando Florida of 2270 847-5463. TO MEET ON FRIDAY Jim Smith
original In office the or Emmett. Inquire Moorefield
B. Aiherlan Attorneys for Plaintiffs gr of the rrt: Court In and Flowers For All Occasion
All of said property being: I In theCounty Aug. II. Bept. I. I, II tl. 1115 for Osceola County. Florida on Apartments, 8474557.EFFICIENCY County Agricultural Agent
of Florl Extension Home Economics
of Osceola, State InstructionLEARN The
or before the llth day of October, .
The Florida Citrus Commission
4.. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR AD. 1965.Herein. APARTMENTS: Advisory Committee will ELUE HUGH'SFLORIST
such certificate or certl. TAX DEEDNOTICE
L'nlem
fall Deere has announced that it is
not a
'Ie.I". shall be redeemed accord IS HEREBY GIVEN Pro Confesso will or b entered BARBERING Walking distance to town. meet Friday, September 17, at
*
Ins to law the property described THAT CARRIE ALLEN GANT. agt. Insure your future In a well. Lovely yard, adult 722 Hugh.ey 9:30 ..m. in the Agricultural conducting a sweeter grape
such certificate or certificateswill the holder of the following certlflcate <
In
seal of fruit contest The of
WITNESS mv hand and purpose
be sold to the highest bidderat have filed ssld certlflcatea said Court In Klaslmmee... Osceola paying profession. Day and Street. Center. This committee was 25 Broadway 847-4591
the Court House Door on the for a tax deed to b* issued County Florida, this 2nd day ofSeptember night classes. V. A approved I formed last year to' assist in this ,contest is to try to find
first Monday In the month of t her eon. The certifies number ; < A.D. 1 <5. Barber FURNISHED APARTMENT- higher quality grapefruit for
which la 4th Orlando College formulating the Home Extension .
October 1965. the and >ears of Issuance, th. description
GLENN
day of &tober, IMS. of the property and CLERK CIRCUIT RAY. COrRT 3399 S. Orange Blossom Tr. Adult only, $50.00. 114 S. for Osceola future grapefruit production.
program Christian
Dated this lift day of August the name In which It waa ... NINTH JUDICIAL GA 5.5878Services Rose Avenue.' There are several cash Science
.. CIRCUITb County. They have been work.
1HJ: sensed are follows:
GLENN RAY OSCEOLA riFJ.Y lr? Jh.CIRCUI.f prizes to be awarded in each Society:
Certificate No. 11 BY D. LAKESIDE APARTMENTS Inc on various phase through- I
Clerk of Circuit Court Tear of Issuance May 17 lilt Clerk I For Sale of the seven citrus commission I, lat We* silt* .(
Osceola County Florida. Description of Property; MarydlaBlk COURT SEAL) New low summer and yearly ouCthe year. The Job become each ...th a pvjav
(
I Sept 1. I. If 11 im 11 Frae lot It Sic 11, Twp. Sept (, II. tl. 10. HIS rate $65.00 and up. Air con. more difficult a* they have to districts. This contest is to be see N. Randolph
IS 8, Range II E. DEEP WELLS drilled tono' held in November so if
; up you
: NOTICE TO DEFEND Name In which assessed; ditloning optional. 311 Monu. have a 10 year plan ready for Sunday Service 11 a.m.
IN THE
1.ETHIN CIRCUIT COURT: OF David AllenCertifIcate COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. deep for only $395, everything ment Ave. submission October 1. have a tree that you think Sunday School 9:30 a.m.

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT No. 17 OSCEOLA FLORIDA. furnished nothing produces higher quality fruit
IN AND FOR COUNTYOF Year of Issuance May 17, llll JN.U.: Members of the committeeare
I down $13.75 month. Call Long than the rest of trees
OF For Sale your ,
STATE Articles
OSCEOLA. Marydla
Description of Property IN RE: ESTATE! OF : Mr. Robert Ford chair.
HX1RID.\. In Chancer BLOUSE Bib II Lot 9 leo 10, Twp. IS S, ETHEL A. WILLIAMS wood 838-4393 or write Wells, contact County Agent Jim 5. _
Plaintiff, .. man; Mrs. D. D. Heller, secretary -
HEMRIC Rang SI E.
,
Fla.
1I.t'.a.d.NOTICE Box 3011 Longwood details Everyone -
Smith for further
ROBERT LEE HEMRIC JR. De.fendant. Name In which assessed; TO CREDITORSTO 1965 DIAL-A-MATIC ZIG ZAG and youth work sub-corn
NOTICE TO bEFEND.The Datld Allen is urged to consider FOLDING CHAIRIMllty
ALL CREDITORS LEGA CONSOLE CABINET
mittee chairman
State of Florida to ROBERT All of ssld property beingIn' thoCount 'Wanted ; Mr. Delores
TEES. DISTRIBUTEES AND their fruit in this
LEE HEMRIC JR. You )' of Osceola, State of Flori' ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS Sewing machine make buttonhole Thompson, health and safety entering con. < metal

are hereby notified that .a suit da.Cnl. UR DEMANDS AGAINST SAID *, sews on buttons, darns, chairman; Mrs.Elizabeth Bun. testHay tea toUUiriulrs i
In equity for divorce ha. been ... such certificate or certificate ESTATE: SOMETHING NEW! fields that have not year mrraatr.
brought agalnat' you by ELO1I. shall b. redeemed accordIng YOU AND EACH OF YOU are monograms, embroiders, makes dy, senior citizen' chairman; re. lisa rMUUstensmeL )

Court ISE HEMRIC of the Ninth In Judicial the Circuit Clr In such to law certificate the property or certificates described hereby notified and required topresent Whether you have cold before decorative: designs, blind hem., Mrs. Floyd Parker, family life 'ceived fertilizer should be fer. arsr. tan eloise, mMireta. *(

cult In and for County of Osceola. <. will be sold to the highest bidderat or either any of claims you. which may have'ou. or not, we need men and worn and uses twin needle. Assume education chairman; Mrs. Joseph tilized soon to get maximum .. Write (or
State of Florida, and you are the Court House Door on the month returns in growth The application .1aIoIr.
against the estate of Ethel A.VUlllams en to sell America's finest accident $8 a payments or pay Watson, family econom.: '3. J
herebv summoned ordered and first ;Monday In the month of .
deceaaed late of Oac of fertilizer much later
balance of Will take older
required to file your written October 1985. which I I. the 4th ila County Florida, to the Couny and health and life poll $59. ics chairman ; Mrs. Boyd CHICK
answer or defense to the Complaint day of October 1965. Judge of said county at his cies; and now we have: machine as part payment FULLY Sprinkle, home improvement may increase chances of heavy WITH geozge IItuaII
filed herein agalnat )ou Dated thla list day of August PMONI MI.J41I
office In the Courthouse at Klsslmmee GUARANTEED. Can be armyworm infestations I was
,nth. ahoxe entitled cause. In 1965. Florida, within six calendar chairman; Mrs. Helen Thomas, 133 East ROBINSON
the office of the Cleric of the GLENN RAYClerk montha from the date of DENTAL INSURANCEThe seen in your area. Write: SEW. food and nutrition chairman looking at a bahia pasture tills 6mAea fU.
,
Circuit Court In and for Osceola of Circuit Court the first publication of this noIce. ING MACHINE, Box 1060 B, past week, and found it heavily ,
and Mrs. Bea
Count, Florida at his office In IJeceola I Florid Park and Mr.
I counl'i Each claim nr demand must lead on this new product
the Courthouse In Xlsslmmee, Klsslmmee Gazette for free infested with aphids.
Kept II. lUll b. In writing and roust state the Jane Klstenbroker clothingand
alone will and ,
Florida, on or before the llth day place of residence, of the clalm- keep you busy home Inspection. NO OBLIGA-
of October, AU, 166 and toacme IS THE COUNTY JUDGE'S ant and b* sworn to by the claimant make it possible for you to TION. textile clothing chairman
a of such answer ur COURT IS AND FOR OSCEOLA
copy i his
,
agent or attorney or
earn from $100 to $150 per
defenses upon THACKER and COUNTY, FLORIDAIX the aam* will become void according .
THACKER Plaintiff ..ltor.II. RE: Estate of Betty O P.ulkJ to law. week. SEVERAL THOUSAND seven ARMY GUARANTEED
FOR SALELAKEVIEW
.)'* herein whose address laVox deceased No. 1953 day Write: Mr. D. J. Dewitt, P.O. foot heart fence post.
817. Klsslmmee Florida, on NOTICE OF INTENTION ThlI'R\ H. \,1ml IJm. cypress ASSIGNMENTS NOW OPEN

to or before. said date, an required TO MAKE APPLICATIONFOR Hord H. Wllllama. I Box 10475, Tampa Fla., 33609, Thirty-five cents each. Moring
r by I.... If >'ou fall to do so. a FINAL DISCHARGE Executor of the Estate of giving short resume for. Pure Service Box 6 Bronion
appointment ,
.
Qualified volunteerswho
Army
,
Decree Pro ConfeBKO will be entered TO ALL WHO)( IT MAY CON Ethel A. Illlams, deceased
against you for the relief CERN Murray W, Overatreet Jr. I I near your city: I Florida. Phone 4862203. wish to be assigned with.
demanded In the Complaint. Notice la e '. Attorney for Executor
rlliIY : t.t. in Florida following basic
\\IT.NE88 m)' hand .. Clerk ha\v filed my p F, O, Boa 710 Klsslmmee, Fla.
tit said Circuit Court of Osceola x.t'u"lx of the estate of HaIti Sept. I. *. II.' H. HIS TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CO:> III the following manner to-wltt training may be guaranteed
Count Florida. and th* seal of I 111, "I'aulk deceased: that I have CERN INOTICE SEALED BID FOR NEW 1.1 4e.T1/ DUPLEX
said Court at Klsslmme I Oscco.la 1 filed mv petition for final dla. IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE 18 HEREBY GIVEN TANDEM AXLE TRUCK: TO BE assignments in Miami-Home
County, State of Florida on ilrharte I and that I will apply to I NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF that Vosl.al G. Batcman has OPENED OCTOBER 4, 115." stead or Key West areas if
the 7th day of SeptemCLKUK .1.L. the Honorable O. P. Johnson. FLORIJA IN AND FOR OSCEO flied her final. return aa adminie.tratrlx Immediately following the
H1I5. I I County Judge, of Oacaoi Count), LA COUNTY. CHANCERY. Dl. of th* Estate of Clyde O. time: above shown. the proposals they enlist during the month
I 'CIItCU1Tt4SEA1 \'\\ Florida. titaJ0ikday. of BepBxvcutrlx VORCE L.' O MORROW, Plaintiff Batemaa/Ur.'deceased. that '''* receive* <:will b*.publicly opened of September,' according". t4 j Well built, wif .generous/die rooms one*
;;
1 (ember, t41 proval of t versus LOTTIE LFE MpRROW. has filed a-eiltloiv I for Final Dla* and read "
: .*W .rH'E \ :' .""In. and fof fln"f di.chargc a'5 Defendant NOTICE TODEFEND. charge, and;! that she will applyto The County reserve the right 'Captain ranclsco I. Collazo) closets. This duplex is ion excellent In*
f OU4.1WM-OUHT, of the Kstat of Belt:I. the Honorable O. P Johnson!, to reject any and.all..bids.and to 'Army recruiting commanderfor
OfO#.(>J\_"PU'IIVt Florida ril. I'"U Ik. d...... .d. FLORID ToT"f.o'itlEtJ'I : : Countyjudge Of Osceola County, waive formalities.BOARD the One
THACKER and TH"C'JttR: II''' This llth dav of August. HIS.Eel MORROW Sill Contl Street, New Florida on the Isth day of October OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS Southeastern United vestment. block from the lake you
Attorneys for PlaintiffKlxslmmee. )'n P. Hoolehan Executrl Orleans. Louisiana. NOTICE IK UU,' for approval of same OFCOUNTY. States I
: Florida I I of the estate of Betty U. PaulkI ,, HEREBY GIVEN that Plaintiff mid for final discharge aa Ad. OSCEOLA FLORIDA Also included in can see the sun rise over the water. Shops
Bept. ii. II, S3. 10. IMS I lecased.' his 'instituted suit for divorce ministratrix of the estate of (SEAL) the list of

I ICOrXTT I J bin Esrambln Dr.. galnat you In the above eOledCourt Cljd* o. Bateman, Jr., deceaaed.This By aTOM BUMBY opening*,for volunteers for the are 5 blocks walk and the Community
: IX THE I Sanford Fla.Aug. and you are hereby sum.moned Ith day of September A.D. Chairman Army Air
Defense
JUTK1ES COURT -I. Sept .. t, II. Ill ordered and required to 1965. Sept II SI, llll Commandwas Center'' only one block. You can live In
./ VOSTEAL O. BATEMAN Macon Georgia Other .
fWCBULA COr.VTY. FLORIDA. file )our written answer or de assignments
; NO 5660.! l lIV I) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT fensrs to the Complaint' filed In Vosteal G. Bat.man.Admlnl.tr.trlx .
f RE-: : ESTATE' OF VIOH I Itl NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIt the some st>'"led cause of th. Estat of ALL FLORIDA REPORTSON are open at varied the one bedroom furnished apartment

TEWKSBURY, Deceased.NOTICE IN AX 11 FOR office' of the Clerk of the h1rt''u',: Clde o Bateman Jr.. deceased. TV'S NEW LOOK bases throughout the United
UWEOLA COUNTY.' FLORIDAIN Murray. Jr. or take the 2 BR unfurnished
OF INTENTION TO Court for the Ninth Judicial Clr. Overatreet States on a guaranteed apartment
IAKE APPLICATION FOR CHANCERY NO. 7040 cult of Florida, In and for Osceo. Attorney for Admlnlatratrlx assignment
AllS DISCHARGE MARHARET JOANN FARROW,' la 'County at hi. office In theCourthouse P. O Box 71* On television the summer basis, he said 1' Both are desirable. Rent the other for

I TO WHOM IT MAY COX. : Plaintiff' In Klsslmme, Florida Klsslmme, Florida reruns are running out. This is Full information on how
CERN: ".. on or before the 4th day. of Kept. II tl, SO, Oct. 7, HIS you $75 or more a month. $1O400.-Terms
.. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVENthat I ALBERT MEDFORD FARROW, October llll, and to serve a the week of the big change, can qualify to serve In the:

Murray W. Oerst reft. Jr. Defendant copy thereof on Plaintiff attorney NOTICE TO BIDDERS New shows, some 35 In all, are area of your choice within the
I
possible.
'' has filed hi* final report as An. DIVORCE whose name and address NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVENto
., rlllarj' Administrator C.T.A. of I 'ftI.fEIr k are act out below, Shouldyou fall all Interested bidder that the here and there on the weekly continental United States may I
the Estate of101.. a Tewks.bury TO: AL ) FAR to do so. Deere Pro Confessowill Bo.rd of County. Commissioners schedule. Some old favoritesare be obtained from your local ;
deceased: that he has ROWAddress be entered agalnat you. Wit. of O.c.ola FlorIda' will
filed petition for final discharge unknown ness my hand .. Clerk of saidCourt receive ..f.untd.. until 10:09: gone Other have been Army recruiter: Sgt. George c.1 FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS.

and that he will applyto Tot: ARE HEREBY NOT1 and the eeel of said Courtat A...., October 4. llll, for the pur. witched to different time and Saib, either by visiting him at
the Honorable O P. Johnson FIND that a Complaint For DI. Klsslmmee. Osceola I County chase of one eI) heavy duty 11-
County Judge Osceola Coun \oroe ha. been filed against >'ou Florida, thl list day of Auguat, ton crawler crane draalln withfull different day*. the Kissimmee post office the I INC.Vine
I'" ty, Florida, noflh ofOctober and you are required to serve a lUll one Si) ruble yard dragline' All Florida Magazine this second or fourth Wednesday oi
HIS. for .ppro\.I of copy Ofl'our Answer or pleadingto ICT.: CT. SEAL) bucket, Specification may b* obtained each .
same and for final discharge a.. I th on the Plaintiffs .J GLENN RAY from Olenn Ray, Clerk of week offer the reader and month from 10 a.m., till i

Ancillary Administrator C.T.A.I attorney, GEORGE L.CLAPHAM Clerk Circuit Court the Board of County Commissioners viewer fall starting lineup, a 1 p.m. or by calling him in
of the Estate of Viola 0. Tewka- f 40 North Court Avenue Osceola County, Florida at hI. office In the Orlando at Thacker
422-6394. .
bury, deceased Post Office Box toll Orlando Murray W Overatreet. Jr. Courthouse In Klsslmmee, Flori feature-packed issue hailing No obligation
: This list day of August IKS. Florida,. and file the orlglnaAnswer Attorney for I'lalntifjP. da. Delivery I. to b* mad to the new season of TV entertainment Is connected: with any such 1 847.4451
MURRAY W, or pleading the office a Box 710Klsslmmee the Osceola County Barn at KIs- inquiry.
0, OVERSTREET JR. of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton slmmeePark, Florida All blda !
Ancillary Administrator C.T.A.of or before Kth day of October Florida shall aek forth the approximate I
the Estate of 19e1. If you fall to do so, a demanded Sept I. I. 11. tl. llll delivery date
Viola G. Tewksbury, deceased eree pro eonf..o will b. taker All bid. shall b* clearly.
Sept 1. .. II tl. HSS against you for the relief d.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT marked on the outald envelopeIn :'
In the Complaint 2 OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDANO. the following manner to-wlt:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT DATED .t Klsslmme, Osceola Sill SEALED BID FOR CRAWLER
:., OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL Count, Florida,, this 17th day of STAN BARBER CRANE DRAGLINE TO BE
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR August llU Plaintiff OPENED OCTOBER: 4
OSCEOLA COUNTY: FLORIDA.IN GLENN RAY Clerk of the Circuit VSMRS. Immediately folio : IIrtll.:
CHANCERY NO. 7051 Court, Osceola County, Florida ROY fAflTH: also known aa time above shown, th. proposal YOUNG HO
J! FRED RICHARD, *t al. Circuit Court Real TINNY 5)11THDefendant received will b* publicly opened !
Plalntlffa, By /s/ Marjorl K. Hay and read. ,
-,,- Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE The County Reserves the right' :

JAMES (BUBBER) SMITH. et al ATlg- II, .pt-: 2._9...It, 111 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to reject any and all bids and
Defendanta THAT ROBERT ,
i. )t BUCKELS, to waive formalities.
SUIT TO QUIET TITLE NOTICE APPLICATION Sheriff of Osceola County Florl. BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR TAX DEED and by virtue of the OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ::4.:1I.4: .{ and execution hereto OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA
Jamea 4 Rubber) THAT COR1NNE JACKSON the fore I..u.d out 0' the above .11. SEAL)
Beatrice Smith, hla wife,Wh'o holder of the following ccrtlfl tilled court In the above styled By .1 TOM BUMBY
residence I. SIS Bermuda Avenue, rates have filed said certificate cause, wherein said plaintiff r.. Chairman GO CHEVRON !
Klislmm, Florida; Dorothy for a tax deed to be Issued there covered Jud.m.nt against said $ept. II. 31. HIS
Brunn.r and'Rosco' Brunner her on. The certificate numbers and defendant In the aggregate sum -
husband whoa resldrnc I* lit yean of Issuance, the descriptionof of 1510.1 plus Interest and costs, NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Bermuda Avenue, Klsslmmee I the property and the namea In hav levied upon the following NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
Florida; Ida Ma Johnson and which It was assessed are a. follow described real estate, I lyIng and to all Intsrsst.d bidders that the
Ben Johnson, her husband whoae *: being In Osceola<< County, Florida, Board of County Commissioners
realdenc I. 101 Alma St., KIs. Certificate No. B to-wlt! of Osceola will PUT THAT 'YOUNG HO' SPIRIT
slmmee, Florida; Queen Enter Year of Issuance May 11 llll Llf Interest of Tinny Smith. receive ...f.'dunrd.F :fl"l ,III IN YOUR CAR

Wllkeraon .nd wilkeraon Description l of Property R. Baa M. Smith I a/k/a A. M October 4, HIS, for thepurch.

her husband who.. resl' Add Blk Cl 8 TO' of EH Bee. II, tlrn8:1t: and all rent. ..* of on. (t) new 111 ... ....... .. ....
dsnc I. R.FD Marlon Countyand Twp. II 5. Rang 11 E. Income, Issues and profits of model flat bed truck with mini r ," .N : ..
whoa mailing address I. Rt. Name In which assessedrA and from that certain parcel of mum ".000 pound O.V.W ra 4 y' : "r'- Three great new gasolines by
I, P. O. Box II. Ocala' Florida; E Bacot. E.t. land In Osceola County Florid.more ting. Specifications may b* obtained I : r.
Rosa Smith, a widow. whoa rest All of aald property beIng In theCounty particularly described asVV from Glenn Ray Clerk of f! < ,- Standard. Where's the target
dance I I. lilt East Columbus of Osceola, State of Florlda I '. the Board of County Commissioners ; .::" ":. for the
:
Drive. Tampa, Florida: Julia Cox vTp'f NW H of SB 14. less at his Office at the Court. "I : action-crowd today? Not *
and Leigh: Cox, her husband, Unless such certificate or eertlflcatea road right of wayi that part of house, In Klsslmm.s. Florida. .' : ,<" I' body known like
who. r.sldsncs I. ItOl Alia- shall b* redeemed accordIng N H of NE )' of 8W tf lyln I Delivery la to be mad to the : s Standard, for
manda Avenue, Tampa, Florida; to law the property describe East of road: 8 U of NE: ti of Oeceola County Barn at Klsslm I'. \v that's where the fun
Handy Smith and Charlen Smith I In such certificate or certificate. BW H, less road right of way mee Park FlorIda. All bids .hall : .,' ,, Nf : begins! With new

his wife, whose residence I is HIS :11Ih".* old to Htu'I t bidden SB U of SW U. leas road rightof set forth the approximate d.llv : Chevron*, the livelier gasolines. The fuels
Geneva, Detroit Michigan Ma Court Door on the and that part of SW u cry data : ..'
ml* hkl" widow, whose reel first b.o In 'h.I month .1 of s':1l4 lying East of road fa All bid shall b* clearly ;.4,,:.,,;.k'-l-l. ,\ ,:: ., \ aimed at your modern car and the life-on-
dene la 71th St. Tampa, llll hl I is the 4th Section I. Township II South, marked: on the outsld envelope ': :
Florida! Estell Klncey and Mar. day of October llll. Range S* East Oaceola County In the following manner, to-wlt: -ln wheels you lead. For sparkling
tin Kinney her husband, whoa Dated thl Hat day of Augu Florida.Thla -SEALED BID FOR ONB NEW '\ : power, new

realdenc I* llll Slater Avenue. 3961 Is t n.t aam property des llll MODEL FLAT BED TRUCKTO fun-see a Standard station where _tab
Compton. California; Daniel Wll. GLENN RAY scribed I certain. War. .BE. OPENED OCTOBER 4, ,
llama. and Florence Williams, hi I* Clark of Circuit Court.Osceola ranty Deed given In consideration U... : better can of your car.
wife' whose residence la Ill W. County Florida.Bept. of love and affection and Immediately following*
11* St, no. S E., New York, New I. I, II. $1. Ill$ recorded In Official Record tIme above anown. the proposals ,
York) Clarissa Warren, a single Book ill pages 117-111 of the received' will b* publicly opened ,
woman, who* residence I* ill AMENDED Public Record of Ocola and read.
W. 11* St. no. 1 E, New York Ii. NOTICE TO CREDITORS County, Florida. The County reserve the rightto
New York, Ossl Smith and C.II.r.ml.lhl'tI In the Court of the County Judge,, .. the property of the above reject any and all bids and to
whose residence Osceola County, Florida named defendant, and that on waive formalities.
: AT*, Apt 7. Nw IM RE THE ESTATE OF the lUll day: of October llli b*. BOARD OF COUNTY
York New York, and all person BETTY K. MOMELET (a/k/a tween the legal hour of sale. COMMISSIONERS OF
natural or artificial, having or BETTY: KIUBROUOH MO8ELBY: namely, it:o* o'clock noon onaald OSCBOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA
claiming* have any rlffht. tltl. and MRS. T, li. MOBELKY) day at the front door of the (SEAL' I
or latrt la land Involved la Deaad. Court House la Oeceola County. BY /'I'OM BUMBT
title suit sItuate* lying' and being To all Creditor. Legatees DI... Florida, I will off.r for sale alll; Cbalrmas 1r01VA
In Oacola County Florida, d*. tribute*, and all Person havln ..elta the highest. bidder for B.PUU. z*. isis
crlbd a. follow: Claim or Demand against sal< I cash In hand the above d*.
Beginning- the BouthwMtcorner Estat: scribed property, aa the property NOTICE TO BIDDERS
or Lot Two (I) of Rob. You and each of you are hereby of aald defendant to satisfy saidexecution. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
.rt Ba**' Bscond Addition, according notified and required to pr*.: to all lalerested bidder that theBoard
to the Plat thereof on cent any claim which you. .r, WITNESS my name a. Sheriff aa of County Commlasloaersof I
file In the office of the Clerk either of you, may have again aforesaid at Klaalmmee, Florida, Oaeoola County Florida, will
ef Circuit Court. Osceola Coun. the eatat of BETTY K. MO8B! oa day of September receive aealed bid* until UM:
tr, Florida: Run thane Eaat LET ( a/k/a BETTY KIM .DhillUth .A. M.. October I. 161.. for the
atonatb* South lin.w'f acid BHOUQH M08ELEY<< : and lISA : : BUCXEL8, purchaa of on. (1) nw llll
Lot ] a dUtano. of : Hun.dred T. R. MO8ELKY) deceased, lat; rT5t tandem ail truck tractor with I
Fifty Five IIS) feet, the of Oaceola cosnLy. Florida, IC' OS4EOt,, COUNTY minimum .! 055 pound 0. V. W,
point of beginning of the land the County Judge 01 said Count' BY CARL. A, JOHNS FJ.ORW. rating. Specification may b* ob.tamed II .
hir.ln described Run thence at hi* office la the Court Houe. Slot. It SI ,... Oct. ,. illl from Glenn Hay, Clerk of I Y,
North a ...taau of 141II feet at Klsslmmee, Florida, wlthl I the Board of Cointy Commlsaloaers. .
t* the North line of said Lot II six calendar mnth from th IN THIC at hi. office In the
Ru. thne West along th* date of the first publication oj COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. Courtheus la Klsslmme. Florl.da. L _
North line of eald Lot I a dl. thl Notice. Each claim or d.. OSCEOLA COUNTY: FLORIDA.IN Delivery I. to be mad to the ,Tsd.-sne
'ano o* Seventy (79) feet Bun Band must b* la writing and Ocola County Barn at Klsslm- CHtVUON CMCvaON tMsWKOI
thence beth a aiatanc of must tat* the plat of resIdence RE: ESTATE'OF CLYDE 0. mo Park., Florida. All bide shall E. P. NEID AGENT
114 feet to the South line of of the claimant and mast be BATEMAN, JR- eeL forth the approximate d*. ,
.11. t of said Robert Baaand worn to by the claimant, his NOTICE!: O? fi-tON livery dat*.
Addition. R.... thence East attorney *r the same TO MAKE APPLICATIONFOR All bid shall b* clearly KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
along the Sooth line of aaldli :' rr"'bo void according tC FINAL, DISCHARGE mara.4 on the outsld .oavloi ,





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Supplement of The Kissimmee Gazette, Klsaimmee, Florida, September 16, 1965 Published weekly by The Kiasimmee Gazette, P. 0. Box 1060 Kia immee, Florida&274J"WE'VE

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".", $ EXPECTING!!
5rJ '2 A

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PADpIJ; WHEEL

TO LARGER QUARTERS AT .
1023 NEW YORK AVE. ( "
Watch For Our Formal Opening SoonPARC'S It Will Be ASWINGER
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KISSIMMEE'S NEWEST& FINEST
_ GIFT SHOP MM ...... . He Has Two and
pur nej .lyhbo her S tewutiful MMIM to y..rdlnM1
," Phone 892.3405 .... Three BedroomHOUSES
St.CloudRadio .
. .. pUmwr RIM feN .fullr "'14 !pricM l*fit yvt lMHI..t
., VISIT OUR BEAUTIFUL LOUNGE
SALES A SERVICE I Enjoy A Refreshing Drink (II Will>l Probably Be triplets)

: and Electrical Appliances i and Due About Sept 15th FOR SALE
a CampleU Horn Firntihlnfi I Full Color T.V.Programs Watch The Osceola Bargtn Bee
:i T.V. PARKS FURNITURE COMPANY I DOWNTOWN KISSIMMfE 847.5731
: Klulmmt St.Clood Apartment
A Nice For RentIt
.. HUNT BROS.
Only Takes A Little
f ROTHROCK SEPTIC ..r.. \) N1tAIOM Money To Buy A House From
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: TANK CO. .. SHRIMPIn Call. BRUCE'S SUNSHINE HOMESBruce
i : A Basket'FREEZETTE Parka Furniture Co. I ( A.Partin)
: ..
.. CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS --- r. Pr..rR..alr RRa'RIUICRAT.RP..4r.exrs.f T. Ph.847.4321 Ph.847.2230
SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE FOR EVERY NEED ONE BEST LAID>PLANS OF MICE WO MEN DRIVE-IN ..Kissimme.WASHER .
QUITE OFTEN CO AWRY
CEMENT WORK-280 Gallon Grease Traps &UT\K EVE&EN WISE I ,I

15 YEARS EXPERIENCEK. AND ARE INSUREDTO ARCADETHEATRE I
WORRY SW GOODBYE r

C. ROTIIROCK, Owner and Operator BILL FRAKES I

Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co. MANN-FRAKES KISSIMMEE
INC.
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(; Weekend beginning Sept. 17
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PHONE 847-3524 INSURANCE ) Saturday Matinee.and J.SO Sunday
Phone 847-2841 124 Broadway Evening Performance,... .

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OUR CUSTOMERS FRIDAT'SATURDATH!I'
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Interiorecorating Rlngo Starr
i: EXPECT EXTRAi The Beatles
4 'I Saw What You Did'
SERVICE Joan Crawford
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s fs John Ireland
THEY GET IT TOOIII!!! SUNDAY-MONDAY

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*Front Wheel Alignment& Wheel'Balancing wjSJ|" ww j "She'Unllia Andrea.
i *Engine Tune Up esignmgBy John Richardson
1 Engine Overhaul 'Stop Train,349
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I I r. *TransmUsion JOM Ferrer
Repairs
=! "" V 'r"* !*tTcmple.''a .$'.rvlc.'* *'BETTE" ,.<) :. r.Sean rr f FtyutCLOUDST.. it .. .
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2 Gas Oil Lubrication : CLOUD
Your Assurance*Of Good Taste
ANDERSON'S GARAGE
KISSIMMEE FURNITURE STORE FRIDA Y.8ATURDA Y
: 22 S.Bermuda Ph.847.3552 ., Broadway Mi.47-44M Walt'Cinderella'The Dlaner'a
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1 1 Tattooed
Police Horse
: For THE KG DIFFERENCE
Economy & Quality
: d' Phone nu SANDROCKMORTAR i
IAI MIX
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847-4021 LMa 11 STEEL AND WIRE MESH

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: Extra Quality ... ralsmraI No.653 $1 9995
: Blocks At No f.()J I I Io

: Extra Cost .: PARKS FURNITURE CO. .
Member of Otcvola County Builder Alln.
KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX
L Ready-Mixed Concrete KISSIMMEE ST.CLOUD 1

OSCEOLA CEMENTPRODUCTS Phone 847-3524

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FORGETDEFROSTING. !

INSURANCE J Frost Never Forms

''pc $''4 FOR MOBILE HOMES 4' : in this .


;. : rim .WINDSTORM .THEFT COWSON OVERTURN 51 :: brandnewGeneral

M rJ LUPFER'S Insurance Agency I

< rr 1918-1963 ElectricGiant
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12 Broadway-Next To The lank-847-4121

... f............... ; _c-n.: holds up Zero-Degree to 1471bs.Freezer of frozen

: w4 \ % foods, juice can rack, ice
: ANNOUNCEMENT | r. cream shelf
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1r Ice Compartment Fast
.1 iilf'THE : THE COIN CAR WASH i i Freezing-2 Mini-Cube w,

a IS NOW OPEN o Ice,Trays \t r re
Twin porcelain enamel i
: vegetable bins ,
: SAVE TIME :
-- e Mobile Cold for ideal food

-- : LABOR MONEY : ? temperatures
; WORD'S OUT e Coppertone, Ma-or-Matd1

PRESCRIPTION Most Modern colors or white
WE HAVE THE LOWEST' :
PRICESI! COME IN SEE FOR
YOURSELF SELF SERVICE .

NEW STORE HOURS : Cleaning Equipment Installed t $29995FROSTGUARD

MON thru SAT.BOO AM.1.9:00 P.M. e. g
: SUNDAY HOUIS.fM I'JL t.l-Oi fM. Q
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:. PHA Y'S REXALL O tel 5 For 5 Minutes. .. Frl iert0 r-

: DRUGSTORE Entrance On Portage,St. 4 MODEL TBF-15SA 14.7 Cu. Ft. Net Volume .
Behind Walt's Freezette t'
305 Broadway Phone M7-4S31 2 Kissimmee PARKS FURNITURE CO.
"Th Only Drug$..,.On Broadway" ..'fIi; KiMl..-- St.Goad 4
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1 Osceola Bargain Be, Thursday, September 18, 1965 _

:: >:h.. ; > ,,.,:,.,..,..,.............. ::.- REGULAR 3/43 300 VAN CAMP
k '} :..AS.aCj:LiC} PftBK flul RfIHC 2/1/ .

MALL REGULAR 23* ixa VAN CAMP

JFESTIVAII BEANIE WEEC'C 51.REGULAR Stokely CANNED Goods Sale
I off HOMES ;i:: Y 49* 24-oi VCAMP'S -

...4 f REEF STEW .. . 2/19'
OR 3LK3
RfGULAR 2/49, REGULAR 29* 2V4 CAN STOCH.Y HALVES
THE BEST IN
FOR REAL ESTATE T.TTTiffi. C. PEACHES
SAUSAGE Y. 4/1./
"SEE MORSE OF COURSE" .. .
{:+ :: REGULAR 49* 12_. VAN CAMP'S
ATTENTION BUILDERS: : : REGULAR Vi 303 CAN STOKELY
We have some Orange Gar ss* CORNED BEEF 39'
den loU at bargain price / w FRUIT COCKTAIL 4/1./
: REG. 39* 20-ot. CRACKINGOOD BUTTERSCOTCH, .
sold. See
Must be u. :. p COCONUT, LEMON, STRAWBERRY
CORNER- -LOT- I CREME SANDWICH w'q.* REGULAR 33* 1300 CAN STOKELY AG

home 1401 Verona with 1 bath.St. 2 Furnishedin BR CB c RE
good tats Owner mutt { sTO : BREAB 19'
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have cath. We will help you .: REGULAR 2/298. #303 CAN STOtOLY
arrange financing. $10,500ToFvALUBl = QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
I .. P t- nUOES GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 18TH CUT BEETS . 8/1-/

Beautiful home on well landscaped .....
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lot. Central heat. 'eur our see OYTED uNlr .j REGULAR 23< 303 CAN STOKELY'* ALAMA

Large Florida Room,storage, E GREEN PEAS
A-l laundry quality area. 2 BR carpetingdrapei 2 bath. i TOP i l1 fTAAV3. I 1 I TOP r.r..r.w.YAU11 STAMit 1 1 I TOP..rrrrrwr.a. VAIUi STAMKwrw. . : 5/1./

dinette furniture, refrig. ..,e ee..N. j ees w.pee. j ees e.es..a.s 10.err // REGULAR 2/39 .1303 CAN STOKELY CREAM STYLE OK XDfN
., range all included. Extra nNVn. i Gralnd r.rar.e.clef i aocv Coffee e r.Nr 1
Oroe
$ W. K. CORN
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large-rooms.- -$17,600.COMPLETELY : =r.aht I/ see.rNSy were t S toI, .00?==1 ar 1 : 6/1./

a .:..._....................,.rw.wrwrr.ww.rw.rrwrrw.rr-.r........... REGULAR 23* #303 CAN STOKELY CUT "

CB Home FURNISHED on corner lot with EJICTR i E71CT E7ICTRA i GREEN BEANS 51./
$[ larger than average bedrooms Torn,;ll ; I T VAWI3TAM413 = I TOV_ unn wlPS ; .

laundry. IV*, baths.breakfast Separate room, 'r"e ; eN yv ew I -: : REGULAR 27* 1303 CAN STOKELY FRENCH STYLE _
.,.. room. Terraxso floors. b11N6AMeMIarM 1 A/lr' Ie tb
your Well cared personal for.treasures Just more in. L_ ..e.ve.v err.1,., as_.1; ..e.rrw..r ruw were Lne h ;1 .os.rwerrw.vN. ..rr..I.1a.e, ,1 l 1rrNerr GREEN BEANS . 5/1./

$15,000DELLWOOD S..r..rr..rrwwrr.ww.r. I.r.r..rr.w..rw.r.wrw.r..w.S------------------------- REGULAR 35* 44-oz. STOKRY .'

-PARK"A E = I E rl = I ETOMATO JUICE 41./
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Nice Place to Lire. 214 0 L/ALW STAAP3, ; VAUMSJAMMOf ; .
ai
Poinciana Circle. 2 BR, ...ree e w errs.. I I .r.e.wen wiumo I o oa.ms CMO I I PUHCMAM I 00 Of mom AMVMIAI.ni I I REGULAR 29* STOKELY 12et.uyrr

Florida, fully Room equipped, nice kitchen diningarea sees Fbh re.w were Nck/I ; sea Sirloin Stooki r.1 f++/ 1; sees.very IBPT.AID AMD HTMDetergent 1 1r.rw.wr 1 CHILI SAUCE 41.Giant /
2 car garage. Excellent I .rw.e u I .ra. ye.slr .
neighborhood. Just reduced
for quick sale. 11000.
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ORANGE GARDENSFine
location. Beautiful cor
nero 2619 W. Doris. Unfurnished DraROENT IWI Olt WHITE ARROW
CB home 2 BR large
hobby room can be 3rd bed I
room, 1 full bath,one plumbed Cheer
r in. Beautiful screened USDA J3IEF
porch. Fruit tree and lovely
,; a shrubbery. See to appreciate I
all the extras in this fine '
,; home. Offered for only $18,. .... UL m CHOICE
III
600.ORANGE- -GARDENS- PACKAGE 49 ? GIANT 2 9 ? U. S. CHOICE W-O BRAND POT


2328 Catherine St. We are "
4 baring this one redecorated.It Koast37'
was a bargairu"aa. is" but LMT 1 wMh $3. order or more Unit 1 wMi IS. order or more
we want you to have the --..rrn..N.r.U ......_...,. ..................._.. PINHREEZIOR.
benefit .for only 9600. See FRESH U. S. CHOICE, W-O BRAND CHUCK

It.NICELY- FURNISHED- Heli'nn'sALLBRMitiNIZED; FLA.GOVT.ALL Iitm Steak 69

for Frame easy home care.on Close small to lot everything ,

and good neighbor
hood. 6600. u. S. CHOIR: W.fJ BRAND &.I: CAAYI
'. Q E trw'''K''''w;if*' ... ',: It EGGS OVEN-RIADY Rl8 .
\ m tTU1nt "
I (2330 I Catherine VrimouQHouT St., Orange' 39''I ,Klb ;''GAL I J 39 t 279/

don't Gardens.want Pas a bargain.this up if Laundry you QUART Roast Lb. 79"

dining area, screened .
porch, Fla. room, 2 BR, one
UMI I wMi $4. osier or "m"I LIMIT TWO.PLEASE
bath. All clean as a NEW
whistle. See it, you'll buy
It. All for 14200. Extra
storage room too.
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PRICED BELOW VALUE
t f fully furnished In excellent U. S. NUMBER 1 WHITE
taste. A
' i lovely home with
t many extras you'll have to )
tee to appreciate. Top qual. fblll+ TURKEYS
Ity refrig., built in range POTATOESGrows
and oven. Deluxe Frig washer
and dryer It's a steal. If
you are ready to.buy see this 10-22 LB.
one at 14600.
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Come In or call PROZENLB.
Florence Harnctt, Harris Sweet Hickory Smoked .
Daniel or Busttr Matinees

W. H.Associate Morse Corp., G .

Realtors HAMS'Z

323 Broadway $47-3133
Exclusive agent for lovely
FaJrlawm Manor Estate Lot
Realtor cooperation Invited ... MOOTON .. .-.--

u.. 39' Creme Pies 2/79' Shank .NIS. -4 .1a<_ .. ctftANI

VmLDW OOOKM9fatas 9UM. P/OCA8I FINBJfK SPEARS Half Franks *- 3 9SUNNnANO
49 I "
S 39
lb. i bag paraglS. HOT OK MILD PONe OLU P10U

errs s Ma 1 MOMVA MD fWKTP Pr\CKA OF !' MORTON LB.

r tat0K 5 59' Domfe 39' Sausage 59

XttATWM oR4!!! S fUtLA-f ART All VAJUATW HOrfMAN 3UOOCheese
iIii; 79' Butt Half er Whale ,55'
49' COff. Cakt
SALE: 2 BR,FR:2 Car Car., .. 39/
2 Lot, Core. Emmett A AU
den, Fruit, price reduced to
5600. m--,tee-...-seee

Frame house of 3 unfurn. ,
Apt Needs repair, good
location, close in, $5,600.
Term + 20-Gallon

9 2 BR, FR, Cor lot, Stove & Heavy
Duty
Refrfig., 8000. Term
'SPECIA.L s, orAIi SPECIAl
SEE THIS I Richardson ULVAMZEBSTEEL
Trailer, 10 x 48'with covered
Patio,9 x 32' Storage Tool VACUUM PACKED CHEK WINNID THRIFTY MAID

miles house$8,360.,from has lake town privileges, low taxes., 5 Astor Coffee Soft Drinks 5 Ice Milk itrhict. 9m


Nice 2 BR, CB home, Furn.

or close Unfurn.to lake splendid A Business location Sec., 15-1/1 :!

GOO Owner or $12,500 moving Unfum.North, $13,. CAN 1dB. j 1 39 ? $ '

Good I BR, stucco, Urge
porches, Carporte, Approx. LJAAiT: t wmI $s.
1% acres, 1 mil out, wU ONIIR pl MgtE NO DEPOSIT RIG; 444
ell or trade for home in
town, $12,600.RENT .

: 2-3 Rm. apt, closeIn
IM.OO per month. SUNRISE
'2 BR Turn house, close la96S SHOPPING CENTER

9 BR.per unfurnished month. -Kissimn .
>e. Highlands, $75.

Kekon SINCE Realty 1903KISSIMMEE Men I I a&mm w VAUIE STOKEn





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.flissttt uo ette.! SAVE $2.201! SPECIAL OFFER!

1 Gazefariter:: : :: delivery Osceola Bargain of The Kisslmmee Bee 52with
120t; issues only $3.00.
the new OSCEOLA"BARGAIN v 0"1'1j Name AddressCity -


V BEE"frA SAVE$2.20
Special Offer Coupon! D Remittance enclosed Q Please bill meWith
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\ ., ": Every Address in FOR
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Osceola BargainBee 'r. V' ';' 1: : f' County
. 7,500 Guaranteed 5c WORD
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Advertismg. Coverage g .N.. .,, ,, Circulation, 7500 Circulation8


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J *Expert Dry Cleaning
o *Fr.Moth Proofing
IT'S BRAND, *Laundry&Rug Service
SPECIAL ,rNew *Free Pkk Up t Delivery
SPANKING NEWI)
low price on this fineOrange
'\ ,. Gardens Home. 1004 Are You Our Customer?
), Thicker AT. Living room TilE STORK SIIOPPE You Should Be
and dining area. 2 BR tilefcath
I f f' with safety fcaturea.Larr 104 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE DRY CLEANERS
: f *lot Nice patio,carport
rptyl.fi.I :, and utility, room.Don't pan (Snyder Sine 1925))
+ it up Ifi a steal 8000. 502 Bryant St.Phone 847-3211
'It'" See Florence Ilarnett,Harris
$F. :_ I Daniel or Boater MaUnsoB, KATUIINO APf AtEl FOIMOTHIRS-TO-SI AND IAIIIS .
., f Associate OPINING SATURDAY,WTlMiH 11
, i : W. H. Morse Corp., COME IN AND REOISTM POI OUI GlAND OPINING DRAWINOI FldarSatudayBig
Realtors 2 Day Special
e.'J." 823 Broadway 8iMlS3 mt NYLON ALL.WUTBEIi with TUFSYN
.' Realtor Cooperation Invited To All Legion Members 1 YOttl CHOICE IF 1 MOST MrDUl SIZES
r I I and Auxiliary !

,. .,. 'bi l i The Boys and Girl State Representativeswill 1250* $1650 1850I
.f FURNITURE? buffet lunch at .. ,.
be honored at a Thursday '7.1" I M114Black
7:30 p.m.Mayor. ..., ,, .
Tubl pIne Ua* 4 oU Ur*
('...."'' With Have Al Russell Thacker, Max Waters,,Principal all car Of small,this 3-T nylon tin fits them 11\
.. I Might Jt of Osceola High School and the '(( 'lor,.".Smooth rolUnt head{ire,solid bite oa.
f represqntatlvei .
-."."., t"_\.-..'. .. I Ii ***H, *. *|urns, stops,and starts.Wtirs longer,too. ,
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MART All Members are urged to attend.Wnd rJ
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Nerf ftsfde Super Service, Inc.Tt121 .
t Kissimmee .lKetchumCmdr.! Mrs.Ketchum,ouxlHory I N.Mallllrlul.l .._Ph..147-JOf
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P ATTENTION THANKS We the undersigned NEIGHBORS Osceola County

dairy farmers, route salesmen dairy employees .

and our families,take this meansto

CLOUD RESIDENTS I thank you for your continued patron

age of T. G. Lee Dairy Products duringthe

current price war-both with home

BERSON deliveries and at your favorite grocery

1IIt"J 1IIt"o I store.

REPORTING Your loyalty at this time makes us

NOW proud to be your neighbors an
that we can contribute In the many ways
CLOUD NEWS IN we do tin( better times) to the welfare
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and progress of Osceola County and the

sister cities of St. Cloud and Kissimmee.


.1881D1D1@@ THANKS NEIGHBORS AGAIN. \


t COUNTY'S I::!/'/IIJIlat'4-1a BASS DAIRY '1
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HOWARD SHARPE
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DON GROVES
t., '.', At 892-3729 Or 892- GEORGE BISHOP
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t1' ,:\\\f\,\ ,r Published WILLIAM HARLESSA.
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L HAMMOND DAIRY
.: I JW' :' US THE COUPON AT THE RIGHT AND N DAIRY I
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.".\1)tIItJ \ OF THE KISSIMMEE GAZETTE PAUL JOE HARFORD BLAIR

A Winter Resident Only Your Paper Will *
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I Address At No Additienal Charge NINA SUE FISHER

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Dole Hawaiian Pineapple-Grapefruit.

6 t' 15 c Fruit Drink 4'I..

., Crushed. or Chunks, Dole

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Apples .. .. .. .. ... 4bag 39Dole Low Col Delicious Fruit
'II" Cocktail. 4 IOJ 'I
Tasty Tender Yellow coat .

Squash .. .". .. .. .... .,. .. *. 19* Kraft's Salad Dressing (limit.. I.HMM. wIttt .-!....r *f $S.OO trMiracle w.n>
Strietmenn's PopularVariety Crisp Hard.Green *.. qt. 39C

,I Cremes 'JJJ-39* Cabbage .'. .. .. .. ..1-...... ... 6* Whip jar

Nabisco Oreo Pork Lane (limit 2 please" ) Asserted FlavonCreme '

.; Sandwiches '';;::. 49' 7 Ice Cream g hell, 49C,

Van Camp's Delicious. .

Beanee Weenees .. 3:t 35- PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., FRI. and

Cairo Beauty SAT., SEPT. 16.17-18, 1965!

Cucumber Chips "i,?: 23 _' dairy specials -o

Underwood's Canned '' i f'"' raM ... GeU GeM mii W ,.... r...
'wnaet .,..u... cw .... A FlwiChicken ..
Spread .....VT 39' ""'
L;: r r Medium Eggs .:L. 39klp
Gala Decorated .-+ I rprl.l. CeI.w4 (tN.rt .
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Paper Towels ... 3 role $1. \ Margarine . !:: 37 CUp
toft'. Chenge-of-Pace Drink ; -Ti "' w..... a.... .., CM44et Le.tPertt

Tea Bags .. ...... .... .*i-,. 59 Cheese . w 6ge
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Ubb/s Deep-Brown Kwh'. TatF su..d ANwr1aN .

Baked Beans .... 6 #2e $1. I Cheese ''ST49; *
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FfrP Flaw Perfect 1,
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t.r.' ... Sliced Beets ,, 1'I'n\110 5 .. \ "
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I nSrmps! frozen foods .. 89 \
: SWIFTS PREMIUM
fiMt UPI I M.11 FteHJ CMccHtrctaJuice Onre.
... .
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' CARYL RICHARDS HAIR SPRAY J . 4 t.r, 89* a.... s.100..,.ntN wltll 16ft c..,.. PROTEN :
Mlnuta Mild PlcM. CnciiH: Orant GOVERNMENT.INSPECTED!
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"T ,89 I J Juice '. . 2 11.C.III' 87c .
., HEAVY-WESTERN BEEF
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.UAjHU'AUA1r\. 3 4jT; 99c
EXTRA rI Ln..... Irea4 A...... Swift's MliMi, TMhr LMN tkmibtN OXJ
illl'dWGreenStams ..' Dinners . t. 39e Pork Steaks ..... ............... F 79 -
SmrtkhM rrMM ,
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MecLEAN'S TOOTH PASTE J Blackeye Peas '&i;'47' Swlfr Braunsehweiger! Pramhrt.suck shin ......,......., C 49' Sirloin Steaks lb. *nflfl A A
s..MI.NI O'.M.i
: ; 79- I Yellow Iv. "". "-. ,.. ln.kfM Link :
Is Squash :: 2ge .
1 I .Nru,. s...,..r, S...."'1.r It, 196S .....*V rV.Vvev Pork Sausage ................. ;.,.. 49*
1 Perch Steaks 4ge .... T-Bone Steaks lb. 'I 09'
w. -
,)- 1.-- ...... Press. Wieners..........,................" "RaFish 55- f
Sticks 3 fe $1 I. .. ... '
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Turkey........................ 3 :fc: $l Club $109
Key (SNob) lb.
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WHERE CopeIeN'> TesfJ Slk 4 ,
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IS A. T.w.w'. ,........ 'NI" (........
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Detergent Special, limit 1 please with purchases of $5. or more

Giant Tide . . $:' 49c Ground Beef 3 Ibs. $147Busch

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Bargain Bee, Thunder September 18. lSU

USE OSCEOLA I OSCEOLA

I",1 BUSY BEE ADS For Faster Foil Starting CLEAN ECON-O.WASM-CONVENIENT PIZZA'

<. BARGAIN IEE FOR BEST RESULTS 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Wise M MOTORTUNEUP SUNRISE CENTER FREEZETTE
.' KISSIMMEE II ,DRIVE-IN
WANT ADS SALE III L ,. :
Unfurnished S BR 1 bathhome.
Classified Nicely landscaped
lot.Florida ,hardwood .
large room
"RED CARPET floors,range air condi. Includes new spark CLEARANCE"NEW !
tioner new roof 6 bearing plugs,points,condenser, $1295
" Buys fruit trees All for $10,000.We and rotor. (Additional
r 0. CLEANING financing.will help you arrange parts extra) 1965 FORD PICKUPS

I Estate for SoM See Florence Baraett.Harris 91Nerthstde 't4'cy'lMer
SERVICEWE Daniel er Boater Makfauoa, Easy '
Associates PRICED TO 'GO!
ILER LOTS for nice trait
W. H. Mone Corp.,
electric rood water $10.00
|8.00 month Tropical Realtors Super Service, Inc. $499.65 Down Payment with
k, route 441 In North KIs-
SU Broadway 947-1 It! 114 N M.* ilClMimm. ",.$414017
mew AD64LS110F.M IN
) SPECIALIZE Realtor Cooperation InvitedGREEN'S
Payments only $50.91:
R ACRES-Close in, Michigan '---------------------
A.e., Kissimmee. Su1 Dh1110
QUALITY CLEANING
trailer Total price park,etc.$16,600., possibili.jts. Gen.. ftJjgH3JB) FUEL : ANY NEW '65 RAMBLERWill This Includes Oil Filter, Turn Utes Rear

ous term Owner financed. Try us fore SALES A SERVICE Bumper Tag, Title Physical Insurance
llUabeth Thome, Registered BE Sold At
t and all Finance '.
oker 1108 Penn A..., St. Formal Wear Cashmere Sweaters Phone 8.1-4171-8U-4112 : charges.
Klsslnmee
oud. Phones 892.2944 or 892' FACTORY INVOICE PRICE
21. Phone 892.2011-8t. Cloud I Nothing more to pay No gimmicks
e Fine Woolens II
: PLUS $50.00
OR, SALE OR RENT-House. Cal Delivery KiMimmeeRobert I USED
TRUCKS
1 1>> 1421 Habbette St. Owner on e Draperies S Slip Covers O'Berry 847-3219
iremises Saturday. 'I.;;" C. G.. Tyner : This Ad Must ,be Brought (In To Get
Jimmy Jeffries 892-4228
ISSIMMEE AREA.Jim Walter ?- This Special Offer 1963 GMC Pickup $1195.00
.
Corp. hat one bedroom Guaranteed Service Plus
Fully Gs Service Klsslmoiee
on=e and lot for tale. Only ROown 1961 FORD 6 895.00 I
__ Pickup
. Customer Satisfaction J. B. Rountree ? 847-4062 cyl.
k and pick your monthly Emory Bronson .... 847-4570 i HALLS RAMBLER INC.
rments. ThU is the 'deal of ,
Leo Girourd __. 847-2061
y be 95-0982 year. Call Orlando Robert and Lewis make at MORRIS CLEANERSCarlos Robert Allen I "Servict Builds Our Business" I AUTREY MOTOR CO.

our deal.IKISSIMMEE. 1 2605 N.Orang. Blossom Trail
AREA.Jim wait- Crav.r, Owner" I Kenneth Gas Delivery Bledroe, St.. 892-7695 Cloud Kissimmee Phon. 847.5176 Middle of Broadway since 1922

n Corp. has nice two bedroom 103 E. Dakin Av. Phone 847-4941 Tom Morris 892-8196 I-
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I house and lot for sale. Only
U ($100 down and $59.50 per
I-- FLY ROD
Gas Service St Cloud
I month. Directions
from Orlando
....__' REEL& LINE
I south on 441 to R.; E. Hall 8922274John
Kissimmee $
-go IT
Evans .... 892-3482 COMPLETES7.9S
1 turn left on Gem Street which -
is directly in front of Tropical Or Call
Park. Go two blocks turn right H.T.Simmons,Mr.847-4810 ARMY SURPLUS STORE
I on Cedar Street second house J. R. Crowell __-_ 847-6582 1S0IMoinSt.
"ft right Phone Orlando -9QK---- ., Klutcnm... Fla.
9'81---: FOR

TWO BEDROOM trailer with YOUR WHOLH PAMILY WILLPUnNRiI
two large roome, earporte COOKING
tool room fenced in. $200 down '" At Riedel Motors
$60 month. Call 847-2385. Monday OWR THB8B USED' OAR8I
through Saturday. says the modern house* :mc
wW who prefers fu tot eok. !i _
Help Wanted inn nor because flexible It with Is aster fingertip. ', .... ( '60 Dodge Hardtop 2 Dr. Automatic Radio& Heater $645

control cleaner : and '61 Hardtop 2 Dr. Power Steering Auto Radio& Heater$795
YOUNG MEN for full time mar economical! Whether SIVOUSWlStNSIDAN ........SITS Dodge ,
employment High School automatic you desire gas a full range porcelain or the) .U'O.JlAC.O..IYIUI..II"S's,nIP Pie..,. "' '63 Dodge 4 dr.V-8 Power Steering automatic Trans. $1595
graduates required. Winn Dixie 'S'carsut SI..I'" '57 4 Dr. Trans. Radio& Heater $345
new built la range units Plymouth Automatic
gas
Sunrise Shopping Center Kis Green's rmel Gas dealer '51 111(1 SHAH AUTO HANS....SKI 'MtlllVIOUI..........III
simmee. has your a wide assortment of no- 'UtHSHTONPICIir ........SINS '.etlllCOHICONT.ONV.UStiJ '59 Ford Station Wagon Radio& Heater $295
deb to choose from. Be will 'H.'UI. .....................1'" >CMIVKOUT Vil'>H J15UIONHIvinSP '59 Rambler 4 Dr.Automatic Radio and Heater $445
Articles for Sale assist you to live In modern tl TleMHIIIt
comfort and esaveateaee.GREEN'S :MUTUIMCONV..StttlunirwACOMiii smi'_. count $ '60 Mercury 4 Dr.Air Conditioned, Full Power Access. $645

'64 LAMBRETTA Motor Scooter. 'UIONNEVIUI4II..*"* ', RT .....II7M Many More Selections From $95 Up ,
nl.ctr.ItS A-l condition, 15000. ItlAMIUI ..................flee3.u...........,"alre........11'"
Come and get it Betty Jaynes FUEL J4' .5..............',....51.....,..$711
IG.A. Market 18 S. Bermuda .61'.....'...... ...............M tS WE ARE CLEARING OUT ALL 'MODELS
Are;"Kluimmee.. _."'.,4 raise. hiss.............I'll
THE 9fctW GAS .. .. 4TIII&E SAVINGS edi: '
:44lMM C* Wl frM4W) 1m' '? *: JV' :' ?" s.8w."' u.;,;rerrr, ,.
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Automotive :
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19SS 'CADILLAC 4 door full PARKS' FURNITURE CO."See ." JIM :ROONEYPontiac RIEDEL. MOTORS.

power air good tires, engine Ua For Your Gets Appliances" Buick GMC J..p
needs some work. Beat cash KISSIMMEI ST. CLOUD 1409 N.Main St. Kissimmee' Ph. 847.3661,, St. Cloud Ph: 892-4485 J
offer over $150. Better Plastics, 847.4171 892-2011 Phone 847-2884 Klillmme.n.n .
Corner, Ttellwoiwl. A Main._ .,


A.K.C. REGISTERED SEEFRED'S
BRUCKER'S LAUNDRY PUPPIES FOR SALE ,...;. '
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:MI-FWsh 1819 N. Bermuda Ave. ; ::::' .
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/-147-5610 .For New & AppliancesKissimmee "' "

gMM1111ee. __ rI.HIGHWAY..sa4nsi 1f3MINenhdA.M.a Phone 847-5679 "' .MER."C R \

CLEARANCE SALE .. ,.

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''...w.. (, .f : 1'1'. .. .' FINAL,CLOSE OUT OF .!

.; j, ;', I,: }( (?:... ?, 1965 MERCURY & COMET CARS ;

: ., a AT SHARPLY CUT PRICES'j
.
r \:M: r. ..' 1.\, COME SEE DRIVE BUY .

NEVER AGAIN A CHANCE TO OWN THE J

HONOR CAR OF THE YEAR AT SUCH A.LOW PRICE J

t Job PrintingAlias ,

Monterey 2 Dr. Hard Top List $3476.74 Breezeway 4 Dr. Air Cond. List $3964.34 .

Sale Price $2975.00 Sale Price $3365.00 ''t

( ) Gil HearsGil ,

a Breezeway 4 Dr. List$3469.77 Comet 404 4 Dr. List $2670.71 .

'J. Sale Price $2970.00 Sale Price $2330.00 :

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ytJ' ;
t Monterey 2 Dr. $3214.15 1 Comet 202 2 Dr. $2388.40
: h
,,: \: Sale Price $2775.00 .' Sale Price $2110.00
is at your service with 25 years of experience, in ; / !


every phase of job printing and 12.years serving you Sta. Wagon Air Cond. List$4372.17 Monterey 4 Dr. List$3533.57

f .11 Sale Price $3685.00 Sale Price $3020.00
in Kissimmee. His know-how and advice for the


., smallest to the largest job are yours. Call Gil or Comet 404 Station Wagon List$2863.12 Monterey 4 Dr. List $3512.96

t Sale Price $2490.00 Sale Price $2900.00
1 1"6-f'" ':drop in to see him at : : .' (


DATE Sept 16th through Sept. 25th
E .'\ TIME 8AM to 6PM Daily
l issi..ee
+ f1azc ...
PLACES Comer Main & Vine Kissimmee Comer Penn. Ave& St. Cloud Hiway St. Cloud
(See Dutch and Ed) (See Gene'and. Louis) :'

", ,,' Free Estimate with Obligations '' ,
.,' > : ; ". 'LJ1 Low Down Payments Bank Rate Financing It
'; JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT ;. iO. "
:
t Fair Trades -Good Used Can Also ,

24-26 Stewart St. Phone.. .. 847-2881

.. l.. ST. CLOUD MOTOR CO.

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[ \ I ( SPECIALNot

For A Week End Only
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[ YOUR BEST. NEWSPAPER BUY! BONELESS CHUCK 7 DAYS ROAST ROLLED A WEEK AOt' lb'U.S.D.A.

:
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18$.Bermuda Ave.Kiitlmmee

The New j jDON'T


MISS IT!


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t OSCEOLA8gGMN Priced EXCELLENT to Mill VALUE 2333 Orange II
Boolerard. On or two bed-
room home with Fla. Room, 9 1r
(L:_;.. EVERYBODY IS BUZZING ABOUT THE'BEE'I new dining dispose Area,, load nice of kitchen closet,
room, utility room and extra
storage building. All for

V.. h'f $9,000.Cone la or callFlorence
Harnett Harria
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Daniel or Buster Makinaon, ,,.
AwocUte .
ANDDISTRIBUTED W. H. Morse Corp., I .
Realtors ..
ONLY
323 Broadway 8474133We
WEEKLY Realtors cooperate Ererywhere.with all Wall

98C
Swingin' 11 X 14 Portrait

TO OVER 7,500 HOMES jtTs."ft CANVAS SHOESdID PIos 35e Mailing and Handling Charge

e 4 to 6 Poe from which to eaooe*
e Group f l.OO each additional peso.e .
OSCEOLA COUNTY! .One to a person -two to a family
!, 495 Children up to 12 year

i Thurs.,Fri.,Sat., Sept. 16th, 17th, 18th
!
10 A.M. 5 P.M.
A real classic! That'athe
only way to describe
"P-F Canvas Shoo Please come early.Avoid last minute)rt>eb.
ZY for guy and ,aIK. For
sports dancing .ilmwl
anytime*you want w>lid
comfort for your fwt HOGUE'S 51025Sunrise

.. PAIN'SSHOE
,.<, ;..' Center
STORE
,
Kissimmee
100$Penn A.o. St.Cloud
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HERE'S YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO SALE


DELIVER YOUR MESSAGE TO 25,000 MO Norge Or Maytag

WORLD'S FAMOUS WORKHORSE

POTENTIAL CUSTOMERS EVERY ,,... .. DELIVERS DOWN Shop WRINGER MAYTAG; u I .
N C IICCEST CAPACITYe
,
WEEK FOR LESS THAN YOU WOULD o R Badcock First :e AUTOMATIC SAND MAKES TRAP CLOWNS TUI PUMP ROLLERS'L:j I

ClEANfl

EXPECT! PHONE 847-2881 NOW! G E For ?"sI49tS rout MOOCH TO I CHOOSt HWW

Best BIG TRADE ALLOWANCES
"MiytM MtlMct rC 1M meU Mttic-frM built1!*
AN AD REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE"BEE" Wringer Washer Values MORE PEOPLE USE MAYTAG
e/U THAN ANY OTHER BRAND
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WILL GLAD TO SHOW YOU

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CAN EARN YOU MORE! Lowest Prices in'Town
(Package Store Only)
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WALKERS DELUXE ..!!!- MilWAUKEE
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The Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida, Sept 16, 1965-Page ,Five .
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I 1 i rYL Demand for Real Estate



Increases Land Value

r

The continuing demand for of |333 as of March this year.
Florida real estate hat resulted Five years ago sales showeda
in a 208 percent increase market value of S217 and

in the average per acre valueof ten years ago $108.
farmland during the past
"Florida's growth of -
ls..l population
... .. +- ten years, the Florida State and needed room for the
SIGN: \UN.-KA\-olfle.n; of the Osceola Athletic Association and the Silver Spun signed a Chamber of Commerce pointed state's manufacturing
expanding -
contract agreement Saturday for the use of the Silver Spun arena as a football stadium. It out In its Weekly Dullness affect agricultural B-SQUAD-Flnt row, left to right, Reed Berlinsky, Sam Odom Kent Bass, Phil Leonard

I is hoped that the arena, which is being enlarged, will be ready for use for at least one game Review released this week."This economy land prices directly although Jimmy Chapman Robert Tyson Scotty Ellis and Allen O'Berry. Second row, John Barber,
this season Frank Godwin, president of Ole Athletic Association, signs as Earlo Tanner, long-term gain was it is only for agricultural Robert Spiers Eddie Carter John Magnusson Steve Matson John Romack and Pat Parker. I

asiiciation treasurer and Jim Bass and Dr. Don Brown of the Silver Spun, look on. the largest in the nation and lands that official figures Mark Third Blevins row, Charles and Bernie Bronson Nelson., Charles Lamb Vince Bronson, Doug Walls Ken Ivey, Joe O'dell,

compares with a 72 percent are....iI.bl..

Lt Sam Oswald Osceola Inns' Bowling News n.tion.layerace Florida increase over increase 1964 The was "The average per acre valueof OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES

9 percent and the nation's $333 this year means a total Theatre Guild Seeks NOW BEING RENEWEDThe

Speaks to Lions Gets Charter MONDAY NITE LADIES gain was 6 percent investment In lands and build state and county occupational
"Bated on actual sales, ings of $4.6 billion. All typesof
licenses being
The Monday Nite Ladies World War One PicturesSome are now
Lt S. H. (Sam) Oswald, Secretary of State Tom Adams Florida farm lands, including land are included, from renewed, according to
Bowling League opened the
Patrol told buildings and improvements, bearing citrus and forested
Florida Highway today announced the groves Murray, Bronson tax collector.
1965-66 Bowl
at Orange
the Kissimmee Lions Club chartering of the Osceola Inns Lanes season had an average per acre value lands to raw acreage." veteran of World WarI ther Mr. or Mrs Bob Fisher, They may be secured at the
Monday that the United StatesIs Corp. B-96564)( Route 1, Box 13. Monday evening, Sept or his wife, will win a free who are in the east tax collector's office or by
Into New Era, that 125. Kissimmee. Auth. Stock theatre party for four at the Everyone
coming a : Team submitting a photograph mail. The deadline will be
being traveling on limited access 100 shares of com. of no par StandingsW L Xi Gamma Nu Chapter opening Theatre Guild presentation will receive one free October ilL

highways. "Five years value, filed Sept 7, 1965. dealing Texaco "Glass Menagerie", to ticket regardless of whether The beverage licenses are

ago, who dreamed asked Os in: Motel and restaurant Ray's. Cloud Hotel 8 81 1 ISt. Opened Fall SeasonThe be given Friday and Saturday or not It is considered most also being renewed Bronson
wald "that you could drive business. nights, October 8 and 9 and* 16 suitable for use on the stage. said, with October lit as the
from Kissimmee to Miami in Incorporator are John J. Elks Aux. (Purple) 1 1 and 16, at the Art and Culture Season tickets are now on deadline.

three hours without exceedingthe Johnston Mary Grace Johnston Kfsiimmee Elks Aux. (Blue) I 2 XI Gamma Nu chapterof service; Mrs. Caldwell, rush Center. sale. They cost $4 and are good Those not having obtained

speed limits?" both Kissimmee Fla., First Federal Stationers I 2 Beta Sigma Phi International ing; Mrs Hllpa Pryor, publcity The play book calls for a for all four plays. Tickets for their license renewal by that

The lieutenant, who is district Chester W. Barber, St Cloud 1 8 Sorority opened the and scrapbook; Mrs. Over- photograph of a smiling World individual plays cost $1.25 time will have to apply
commander of the northern Fla., filed by Murray W. Overstreet Elks Dave's Aux. (Gold) 1 8 1965-66 season with a covered street and Mrs. Moon, coordinating War I doughboy (as they were each so a season ticket saves through the State Beverageoffice

division of the Highway Jr., Kissimmee. Medical Body Center Shop 1 3 dish supper Wednesday nightat ; Mrs. Caldwell and called In that war, rather than $1 for one or $2 per couple. in Winter Park.SYMPHONETI'E .

Patrol Turnpike Troop wenton Wright's 1 8 the home of Mrs. Wells Mrs. Mikell, telephone; Mrs. G.I.). This Is a chance to be onstage The menu for the 1965-66 season .
Beauty Shop I 8&
to that his trooper MILLER IS GRADUATEOF Moon on Lake Cecile. Don Humble and Mrs. Walter without having to learn Is well.rounded and varied SOLICITS
say High Pat 185.
primary concern is giving assistance -. ELECTRONICS SCHOOL game aeries, Ruth Getty During the business session Hutcheson Girl of the Year lines or put on grease paint In addition to "Glass Menag INTERESTED MUSICIANSKlssimmee
High
Congdon
,
with which was conducted by Mrs. and Mrs. Caldwell, member Take the photographs to Roy's erie" the list includes "Life
to motorists car ,
Seaman John J. Miller USN, 619.Splits Moon, president, several moneymaking Lock Shop In Kissimmee or toParo's with Mother" "Bus Symphonette, the
trouble rather than processIng -. converted Jessie ship.The Stop" and
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank symphonic adult civic orchestra -
projects were dis- Gift Shop in St. Cloud,
special events chairmenare "The Man".
violators.In Miller graduated from Thomas 6-7-9, Marie Smith S- of this will begin its
was cusied. with the name and address area,
Mrs. AI Hunt and Mrs.
commenting on what Bade Electronics School 10 and (-7, Bernie McKee 2.7. Season tickets are available fourth
at The officers for the year (In. Humble l Christmas dance plainly on the back. All photos concert season Tuesdayat
causes most accidents on our the Naval Training Center, Marsha Turner 5-7 and 2.7, elude Mrs. Moon president} Mn. Hansell and Mrs. Claude; will be carefully handled from any Guild member and 7:30: p.m. in the Thacker

highways Oswald simply said, Great Lakes, 111. Margaret Hughes 7-9 HllelNel.on Mrs. Kenneth Caldwell vice Bass, Founders Day banquet and will be returned. The judges at the Charm Shop, Phay'sDrug Avenue Elementary SchooL
"Much work is being done to ;
During the 38-week school 3-10 Flora Tarrence president; Mrs. A. R. Hooten Mrs. Hooten and Mrs. Schmidt of the pictures will be director Store and Roy's Lock Each year the organization
build safer car, but an automobile he studied the maintenance and 3-9, Norma Preston 3.10, Pat Is faced with the problem of
extension officer; Mrs J. Z. Mothers Day tea. Larry Kuhns and the Shop. In St. Cloud they may
is than the
better.
no repair of most Naval electronic Walker 3-10. Schmidt, secretary; Mrs. ban members of his cast Photographs be had at City Drug Store and replacing musicians who have
circuit between thesteering Mrs. Moon
short the
equipment OSCEOLA KINGS L. Autrey Jr., corresponding presented from the Haines City at Paro's Gift Shop In the left the vicinity or cannot for
wheel and the gas Great Lakes the Nu,'. AND QUEENS secretary; Mrs. Millie Schu- program conversation from area may be submitted to ei Hunter Arms Hotel building various other reasons, take an
pedal. largest training center. Is the Team No. 10 40 maker treasurer, and Mrs the program book "In Word active part in the orchestra.
An article on the Florida headquarters of the Ninth Memory Gardens 4 0 Charles Mlkell civil defense. and Deed and Thought". Members It was organised under the

Highway Patrol in Osceola Naval District, trains recruitsand Robert's Gulf Service 4 0 Committee c h a I r m e n are participated in a question Famed Army Field Band direction of John B. Jamison in
County will be featured soon is the site of many tech Orange Bowl Snack Bar 4 (0 Mrs. Autrey program and and answer session 1962 under the sponsorship of

In The Gazette. nical training schools Kissimmee Furniture 2 2 friendship; Mrs. Schumakerand The next meeting will beheld the Rotary Club. He was followed
To Present
Penny-Wise 2 2 Mrs. Jennings Overstreet, September 22 at the homeof Free ConcertA as conductor by Luther

Osceola Shopper 2 2 social; Mrs. James B. Smith, Mrs. Caldwell with Mrs. Harris and Larry O'Grady.

"Kebb's" 2 2Team ways and means; Mrs. Mikell Caldwell presenting the pro- special feature of the The chorus was formed There are no membership
OSCEOLA COUNTYJaybyLLriy No.2 04 and Mrs. Leonard Hsniell gram. U. S. Army Field Band's con when the Field Band was organized dues and anyone who reads

Cooper's Home Builders 0 4 .cert, set for 8 p.m. Thursday, in 1946 and has participated music and can play an instrument
Team No. 3 Sept. 30, in auditorium Is invited and urged toparticipate.
0 4Leed'0 Constitution JOHN MAGNUSSON Tupperware with the band in concerts
.
I : Distributors Inc. 0 4 RECEIVES DIPLOMA will be the "Soldiers' in all 50 states In Europe .
High Average Planned Chorus". and In the Far East.
-
. ..;. ...... Helen Phippa 183 1,} Week John W. MagnuMon of Bud The "Soldiers' Chorus" Is an The famed U. 8. Army Field\ l -...
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., .. ... .- Barrette John E. Carroll Integral of the U. S. Band will
Ray 203 f ;. Jr., chairman A John's Air Conditioning and part appear locally under South Trail
0 High Game and Series of the Americanism Com. Heating Headquarters received Army Field Band combiningthe the direction of Lt Colonel
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER II, 1965American Helen Phipps 221 1544 mlttee for the Florida Elks his Study Bourse Diploma
Legion Post 10 meets, 8 Theresa Muller 503 Association is urging all to from Refrigeration Service 'Instrumentalists and vocalistsin officer. The band' local I DRIVEINTHEATRE
p.m. Joan Humble 634Ada observe Constitution Week Engineers Society, International the presentation of their appearance has been coordinated -
Football Kickoff banquet, 6:30 Silver Spun Arena.
p.m. Anderson 512 'Sept. 1723. at the regular Central own special arrangements of by the Kinsimmee' Kiwanis'
honor and Girls Staters. Buffet
Legion and Auxiliary to Boys
Horace Phipps 548 Carroll who Is also vice Florida Chapter meeting.This well-known compositions. Club In conjunction with the
supper, 7:30 p.m.Installation Roy Anderson 602 president of First National diploma'signifies completion Considered to be one of the Chief of Information, Department
Club ef officers, 12:30 Paddlewheel -
Friendship :
House. p.m. Russell Greiner 603 Bank of Kissimmee in a letterto of three term study finest male vocal groups now of the Army, The concert ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Steak
Bill Green 201 656 all Elks lodges in the state courses of classroom instruction appearing before the public, will be open to the public and

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 163 Danny Miller 204 504 said "Our United States Constitution in refrigeration and air the chorus has appeared on will be free.
Cecil Story 205 662 Is clear and concise, conditioning totaling 216 hours network radio, on televisionand The seating capacity of the THURS.., FRI., SAT
"Cinderella" and "The Tattooed Police Hor.." pitying at the Chuck Matthews 632 containing only 4,323 words and the successful passing of in a recent movie short Tupperware auditorium is limited Von Ryan's Express'

Cloud Theatre through Saturday. Frank McCann 638J. This is an unusually brief document required term and final exam Sergeant Eugene W. Cough- to 1500 and as soon as Frank Sinatra
"Help" and "I Saw What You Did" playing at Arcade Theatre D. H.nlon 219.211 698 when compared with inations. lin, Detroit Lakes Mich., lathe these are taken the doors will 7:30 Color

through Saturday. Chuck Mendel 618 current legislation which runs Magnuison 'became a Certificate director of the chorus. He be closed. The seats will be 'Apache Gold'
Kowboya to play first game of season at Haines City, 8pm. Emory Miles 602 into hundreds of pages of fine Member last July after Is a former soloist with operatic offered on a first come, first Lex Barker

Gloriosa Circle! meets, picnic at Brinson Park. Bill Haxton 622 print successfully passing the Certificate and symphonic organisations served basis as the performance .:60 Color
Extension Home Economics Advisory Committee meets 9.30: Ralph Cooper 604 "The Constitution (Is a contract examination of RSES. on the West Coast will be free 'War Gods of the Deep'

a.m.. Agriculture Center. GUile Whaley 211.202 698 between our federal government He Is serving for the second Vincent Price
Ray Barrette 200-214 611 and the people. It is 11SO Color
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1*, WS year as Educational Directorof GASOLINE SALES TAX -
Dick Chenowetb 627 shocking to hear of the num. the Central Florida Chap. ScholarshipExams COLLECTIONS DECREASEThe SUN. MON., TUES.

ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE. Err Yeaeer 219 ben of Americans who have let Last year aside from attending -
"She" and "Stop Train 349" playing at Arcade Theatre through never read the full text of the classes of Third Year PlannedThe gasoline and sales taxcollections Three Faces of Eve'Joanne
SGT. CURTIS McCALL Constitution ." in Osceola County Woodward
Monday. Study Course, he also taught 1965 examinations for
Grand opening' new Shingle Creek Church, followed by dinner ASSIGNED TO OKINAWA Each Elks lodge has been requested the First Year Study Course. state teaching and nursing both declined during August, T 130 11:55
to help observe the according to the report released 'From the Terrace'Paul
on the grounds. scholarship loans will be held
Sgt Curtis McCall son of color
week with appropriate by J. Ed Straughn. di. Newman 9:20
cere
October 19 at the Osceola High
Charlie E. McCall was assigned LEGION TO HONOR BOYS,
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1943 monies. rector of the Florida Revenue WEDNESDAY
to Battery B, 1st Misails GIRLS STATp DELEGATESThe School cafeteria under the direction Commission. In August 1964

Masons meet, 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. Battalion of the 6th ArtiLlery of James Bouch, from the sales tax collections Family Coupon Night
were
Jaycees meet, 7:30: p.m. Osceola Room. on Okinawa August 27. Civil Service American Legion and 9 to 11 a m. 41,219.61, as compared to $40.. 'Blood and Roses'
.
Rebekab Lodge meets 8 p.m. Woman's Club building. Sgt McCall, a fire control Auxiliary members will entertain All interested seniors or 217,43 In August 1965. Mel Ferrer
Social Security representative community house, 9:30: to 12:30. section chief, entered the Seeks ClerksThe the Boys and Girls State graduates should contact The gasoline ux collectionsIn 7:dO 10:45 Color

Adult 'education organizational meeting a p.m. OHS cafeteria. Army in April 1956 and was representatives at a buffet dinner Bouch, OHS guidance counselor August 1964 were 89033.85 'Lady In a Cage'
Lions Club meets, 6:30 p.m. Paddlewheel Steak Houae. last stationed in Austin, Tex U. S. Civil Service Thursday'} night .t 7:30: at before Tuesday, Septem as compared to 78,322.51 in Olivia De Hsviland 9:15:
Rotary Club meets 12:15 p.m. Paddlewheel Steak House Commission has just announced the Legion Home, according to ber 21 as application blank 1965.

"Couture '65". fashion first Orlando Municipal Auditorium, as.The 26 year old soldier attended a new examination by this Wendell Ketchum, commander must be ordered. .
title for In Federal
jobs
8:30 Suwannee High School. agencies Speakers for the eveningwill
p.m. Pamphlets describing the
In the Washington D. C.
Rebekah Lodge 42 meets 8 p.m., Woman's Club building. metropolitan area. include Mayor Russell program are available and all In Florida,

Bethany Circle meets 8 p.m. Presbyterian educational building The examination covers two Thacker, Max: Waters, principal questions regarding it should

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 163 AssessmentsContinued kinds of jobs clerical office of of Osceola High School, be directed to the guidance after a day's fishing
and the .
work (such as record-keeping, representatives.All counselor's office at the Osce
Officers Club Kissimmee Rebekah Lodge, meets 8 p.m, home ( from page 1)) filing, searching, editing statistical members are urged to ola High School located on beer's the one... A.-

of Mrs. Marie Eggers. which has been in litigation and other similar clerical attend Thacker Avenue.
Esther Circle meets 2 p.m., home of Mrs. J. A. Hildebrand. for almost five years. duties) and office machine for good taste
Kiwanis Club meets 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Mac's Restaurant Tax Assessor Wade Lanier operation (using such machines I ,,

General Garden Club meets 2 p.m, Civic Center Rose Circle, has offered to reduce all tax as card-punch, electric fun '- '
hostess. assessments whatever percentage accounting bookkeeping teletype good ; :
and the like). Stenographer tt
the commissioners
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 22. 19SS county r & gtdtr e
and
desire. He said the reductions, Typist positions are

Orange Gardens Shuffleboard Smorgasbord Supper and Meeting however, would have to applyto not .Included in this examination

6:30 p.m. Orange Gardens Community BIdg. all classes of property.He .
made his Salaries range from $3,885
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23, IMS meeting of the board statement of equalization at a to $4.480 a year. A written .FOR; MEN. XN.THE, MOVE
test Is required for all post
American Legion Post 10 meets, 8 p.m.Woman' Friday. tlons. For the lowest grade
Club card ))&ft7.1:30: pjn. Club house. Here Is a tally on what thecommUalon positions, no experience or j Are On Display in Every
had done
throughlate
ls
training required. High

EVERY WEEK 3 Oscar Thursday Tyeon! school graduates can qualifyfor Size Color and Style
,
'um nu
grass W. Tyson : : some clerical positions
Daily-8 ajn. until sundown-Catorland. Albert ... Warden !..u. 17.11 without additional training.
Lake Park Kissimmee. W.. a Crosby ....** 14,170B. At
i Daily-Public Zoo, Front H. aka(* 141.M ((8KB) For other position appropriate
Daily-except Monday, Central Florida Museum and Planetarium Jeaals.s Gvr.tr*"t training or experience is
Orlando. Tuesdays through Fridays, 10 ajn. to S P..... 14,10 (BEE) required.
James A. Yates 14.17 < EE) TROPICAL MEN'S WEARWe
and 2:00 to 8:00 Planetarium who Interested
Saturdays Sundays, pjn. Canaveral Oaa'L Corp Applicants ere -
showings 2.30 and 8:30 p.m. Sundays. 104.fl ".In In these unusual opportunities
I in selection
Martin Genet Trustee take pride) our large
Dally-9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. except Saturdays, Sundays sad 1M.SSS 17.1(1 should see Announcement you fish for sport-on the
holiday*-Tupperware Museum, Kia mm... Loa Cent. Godwin 710.41: M4.IS: 168 for full information and of clothes and furnishings a 'Wherever the booming surf 'or on some
Bk. A Trait Co.
instructions and file Form of sixes to fit man
f....11 401117 complete range any
Coming Events Fred Dabb n.... 11,117, 6000 AB with the U. S. Civil pond it's great at the end

Clay Maude WhaUjr'Jr.L. Hugh.y' 4M40.....* .11.'.ooe..* Service Commission in Washington NAME BRANDS AT POPULAR PRICES of the day to head for a rewarding glass of beer.
SEPTEMBER Bruce Drnlln.r fl.'"* ".u* D. C, before September
Mlllr. Milllvaa 111.44 lOt.07* 27, H65. Announcementsand Jantzen Arrow McGregor Jarman While you're talking over the ones that got away,
H. i:
Chltwood 74,111 ".11'
8-EIka Lodge meets 8 pjn. pan /obaato.U..1O 4.000 application forma may be Hubbard Jockey Middishade B.V.D. or pan-frying the ones that didn't, you enjoy the
Eastern Star meets, 8 pjn. Masonic Temple Henry R. obtained from many post offices
e taste and cool refreshment of
hearty a glass
U.HI 11.11' Alligator Swank Jad. East Regal only
-Army Field Band Concert. 8 pJn. Tupperware Auditorium. R_.. E. Tyson 1*.47* ',U' throughout the country or
:.y Oravra 114,414 17.741 from the U. S. Civil Service Beau Brummtil Burlington Esquire beer can give you so well. Yes whatever your
R. : :
OCTOBER Earl Paths 74.014 41.414
Commission, Washington D.
l u AEdge 71.140 11.41 "4loeo,.141 C. 204IS. Jayson And Others sport-bowling or strolling golfing or gardeninga

-"Glass Menagerie" presented by Footlight Theatre Guild, Roy Roane .. A. Tyson frosty glass of beer makes a naturally
Art and Culture Center through Oct 9. Also 15th and 16th. lUTe,
U. CDapman 1M4 1*.14* OLDEST BUSINESSThe TROPICAL MEN'S WEAR great accompaniment.
NOVEMBER ROM LanUr7114( .....*
Those marked (8KB) will Lake Wales Bank and I UNITED STATES HEWERS ASSOCIATION INC. \51
have es-alto Inspection or thecemmisslosers Trust Is the oldest business to 322 $. Orange Wesson Troll OrlarwleJ
rtI and Crafts Exhibit, Womar Club. before mlnacloa .. Mad. Lake Wales, founded la 1911.

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The Kowboys, while not overly ridden with Injuries
do have their share. Gary Dymmek and Mike
Sikes will be out for at least the first two games while
Mike Whitewolf and Danny Jolly are doubtfuls.
Coach Jack Yearwood, commenting on the game,
said "We don't know much about them (Haines City)
but then again they don't know much about us. They
have quite a few boys out this year ((70)) but, even still, e
the game ,should be a tossup, going to the one that
wants It most."

This year Haines City will have a double edge:
i the game ,will be played on their home ground; too,
they will be looking to avenge a 7-0 loss to the Kow
boys, a game which saw Gary Land take a half time
kickoff and run it back 75 yards for the game's only

score.This year the Kowboy backfield will be run by CENTERS: Bob Pollom and Randy Langston with Gary Harrel and Charles Swal
I RUNNING BACKS: David Stello, Mike Smith, Jack Tyner and Jim Crum. seniors, Gary Harrell, Jim Crum, Jack Tyner, Mike lows, quarterbacks.

Smith, Eddie Duke, David Stello and ailing Gary Dyra-
mek; also junior Charles Swallows.
Game time will be 8 o'clock in Haines City.

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CHEERLEADERS: Kneeling, left to right, Glenda Sandy Smith. Third row, Polly Thacker and Faulette Larry Smith Mike Whitewolf, Ed Duke, Gary Wood. Jim Crum, Dean Brown, Richard Bryant, Gary Har
Matson Stephanie Jewell, Nancy Spiers. Second Riggs. Third row, Mgr. Dan Jolly, Ralph Ward, Kea Smith, rell, Bob Pollom Corky Parker, Jack Tyner, Jerry
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