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The Kissimmee gazette.

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The Kissimmee gazette.
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Newspapers. -- Kissimmee (Fla.)
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4 VOL 72-NO. 42 KISSIMMEEj{ FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1965 Three Sections-Price 10 Cents

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Commissioners Temporarily Halt a





Arguments by County TaxpayersThe



last-minute arrival of a ceola County. Lanier offered to enter figures or those of the representatives Protests thus far have
state official at Monday's In the informal discussion lengthy; discussion with Duck of property owners reached 180 and the commissioners .
board of equalization meeting that followed, the group was worth and Morse In Aycocke's; The commission voted to said they; have had
rT1k postponed a new barrage. of joined by Wade Lanier tax assessor presence, which he reasoned adjourn the equalization hear time to process only; about 60.
# protests from property owners and I later by Robert would not only acquaint the ing until Thursday; morning Of the 102 suits filed In court
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G. --" -' objecting to Increased taxes Duckworth and Bill Morse state official with the problems giving the visiting official by; property; owners againstthe

J. N. Ajrcocke; from the assessment who are representing agricultural but perhaps disclose possible ample time to study available county; only; three have ,
standards division of property owners. errors made either In his reports. been settled.Adding .
TAKES OFFICE Newly elected directors of the 8k Cloud Chamber of Commerce are Betty; the State Comptroller's Office to the problems of

Lawton (front), Delbert Heller (left), Charles Dixon, Richard Padgett and J. Ray; Smith. said he was sent to Kliilmmee the commissioners is the forth "
(Photo by; Jerry; Berson) to assist in finding a solutionto : : ; :; ; coming 1965-66 fiscal budget
the tax dilemma, but "to 'T'TT' .Ii..t"i Deadline for the budget is

be frank with you," be told ;v.. '. .,"\..' Oct. 1, but the officials have
the board, "I don't know what \ been required to spend so
Seven Members "
I'm doing here.
AppointedTo much time on the property assessment
Prior to Aycocke's arrival problem they; have
the board accepted 11 written,, been unable to devote attention
complaints from property; to the budget one official
St. Cloud C of C BoardAt owners and IS persons filed noted.
into the meeting, presumablyto Aycocke, although in no official .
offer additional arguments capacity; that would permit .
the monthly; meeting of register at the C of C office in advertising the city; has County; Commissioners, sitting him to act will sit with
the St. Cloud Chamber of Commerce and that records be kept and brought the C of C criticismand as an equalization board commissioners Thursday when

seven members were made available to'the City Police praise. Many; slogans have recessed the meeting to acquaint they; face protesting property
elected to serve on the board Department Ralph also been turned in and retiring Aycocke with the history owners;
of directors, along with the said if winter residents would president James Hutchlnson of the tax problem in Os-

seven holdovers from last ;year. leave their northern addresses, appointed a committee to select Gets
New directors are Richard it would be helpful to summer five for consideration. Fawbush DayIs T' County
Padgett Joe Moore, Charles tourists who are trying; to Jason Murlin Golden Age Club vk
Dixon, L Clary; Brooks Del locate someone in the city.; publicity chairman will head Estimate on
bert Heller Betty; Lawton and Having records of names and the committee and be assistedby ScheduledBy
J. Ray Smith. addresses at the police station Earl Hensel and Willet Mil.
Charles Dixon, representing will relieve Ralph of the bur ler. Residents of the city; will TeachersTeachers New Bridge

Florida Telephone Corp., spokeof den of trying to locate someone cast their ballots at the office Y..,
a plan proposed by; company when the C of C office Is and select one of the five slogans +Rih Whether to replace or rebuild
officials to eliminate toU closed. for the city.; at Osceola High the old wooden bridgeon
charges on calls between St. Frank Poffenbaugh chair. Present at the meeting were School will feature a novelty; Johnston Island is still a
Cloud and Kissimmee. He explained man of the roads committee, booth during "Pete Fawbush question with the Osceola
the present grouping, said there will be about a 60- President Hutchinson, Dorothy; Day" festivities slated at Kie- County Board of Commission.

and rate scale. If the two exchanges day; delay; in opening the Nova Fertlc secretary! Pat Duke, simraee's Lakefront Saturday, ers. Jack Mangum county
are grouped together Road lie also announced that treasurer; Betty; Lawton, John Oct. 2. The affair will beginat road superintendent told the

the St.:Cloud rate will be in. Richard Simmons, Winter Hudson, Charles Dixon, Bill 10 am. commissioners this week It
creased.; The Klssimmee rate Park city manager, has offered Arpin. Dill Dawson Gladys. The teachers will take turns SEEKS EVASIVE ANSWER Wade Lanier (left) goes over,Ws'records. with J. N. Aycocke will require $23,685.59 to replace .
will not'be Increased since that to speak in,St Cloud concerning Andrews, Rev. Bob Bsdgett, serving as a "target" for (center), representative of the State Comptroller's Office while W. H. Morse obiervir An the weakened structure

., exchange is already in a group the duties, responsibilities. Rev. I. T. Williams, Everett booth target contributors.is hit, tM teacher When will the .answer to the county! tax problem Is being fought S" (Photo by Eby) with a concrete, bridge.
paying higher rate. A and'successes of a fity mana Arnold Louis Cost of this project wouldbe
; a lengthy Berson Bill
barrel
be ducked In of water l
discussion followed Dixon'spresentation Since the City Commissionis : St. Cloud'Man I kv $140.60 per linear foot. To
ger. ; Journigari Jason Murlin, B. E. Other attractions will be 'Rotarian Told rebuild the bridge .t treated
with in the process of organising Swann Bill Clarence .
numerous Dummer C
booths local
sponsored by t.
; the be
many ; timber cost would

approximately
questions proposed. The chamber to select St. Cloud City.manager Ralph, Ralph Thompson, Jerry civic and social organize Killed .J.. .. $%1&' linear,
per
.1 .did not offer'resolution the evbject was describedas 'Berson, Mr..and .Mrs..J. Ray, tioni, refreshment stands,,sail 'Belay RankedJFourth foot, =-iJ:
on the subject .* U{>nePx' >ffenbeugh auggesled r, Smith,,Norman MalUtt, Fr )!ak, 'boat'1'at.Ata ski ijlowrahdsaVaf.tar"softhat .. .. .. Clarence Ralph, Un_Tourist th..o-.f C .
t Club president, asked that .'MeetU.. IMN U tlw poblte. .Padgett, Delbert"Heller, the Osceola Junior. High. Among Bad HurricabesKissimmee how the county can considerthis f
I. all new.residents i and tearistsBcrlinsky Flnll1C..a slogan to be used and Frank,Anderson. ,School beginning at .t..p.bL. Richard .A? Hurley, 8'0/01 sum In the next budget ;

t"oo> Topping off the big event St Cloud wu killed Monday Rotarians were and first aid stations. but the commissioners advised
Seeks will be a dance from 9 p.m. ,when struck by a truck near told Monday; that Hurricane "At the Mangum to Include it 'for theboard'
Jail Not Bad Illness Strikes till 1 am.Proceeds. ; peak of the disaster/ consideration.In .
the southeastern
Alligator Lake on Highway Betsy raging across
; operations, 70,000 victims were
from all activitieswill another action, the board
Funds for Park 441 of St. Cloud United States, earned
Gazette Staffers be turned over to the east housed, fed and emeraenc1n.eda agreed, at. Mangum's request,
Bob Buckets said the title/ of "fourth worst met .in 272 Red Cross
Commissioners Reports SayIt Fawbush family to supple Sheriff to advertise for 2,650 tons of
County; have Earl. Nelberger editor of ment income until Coach Faw- Burley was apparently walking hurricane" In the history of the shelters, Many; victims have finished limeroek and an additional .
been asked consider
to fS.ooo.pproprl.tion The Gazette, Is recuperating along the side of the road nation. returned te, their homes. Red
to the may; not be "nice" to bush can return to work. 470 tons of type; two
complete spend time in Osceola County; at his home following an Illness Fawbush was injured last -and started to cross before he Horace Phlpps, publicity Cross, in cooperation with military asphalt
tint of three improvementphases chairman of United
that confined him to the noticed truck. Appeal officials, is operating four
jail or the road camp but July during the demolition of the The material is needed for
on the South Port Sitewhich here read at theclub'
hospital for several days.; build a telegram principal shelters in the New construction Earnest Street
both places are "wellrun"and the old Central School Coroner Henry Thompson, on
is be made
to into an .
outdoor recreation area have "a competent staff," He was admitted to Osceola ing. He was pinned under awall st. Cloud. ruled the death was luncheon meeting, received Orleans area for 18,000 refugees and the school grounds.The .
Hospital Sept 10 where he from the Red Cross. thus permitting the closing road
according to reports from which collapsed unexpectHe accidental There were no superintendent was
Bob chairman of
Bcrlinsky. ; Louis L. Wainwright directorof was treated for a stomach dis is now recovering at home charges placed against Wllllsm The magnitude In Floridaand of shelters in schools. Gov also authorized by the commissioners .
the recreational
county requested the budget committee to Florida Division of Corrections order. He was discharged approximately He and his wife have four E. Smith, Opa Locks, driver of Gulf States is becoming error John J. McKeithen has to proceed with
build one week later children. His length of incapacity the truck. clearer as the Red Cross surveys proclaimed Red Cross official preliminary; work on Bass
dead trees and
remove The Osceola County Commission and was admitted to Orange is uncertain. damage, the telegramsaid. disaster relief agency."Commitments Street
rest rooms and a pedestrianwalk Memorial Sept. 19 for furthertreatment Florida Highway; Patrolman .
to the picnic area, plus received a report E. D. Pennlngton and Deputies for disaster
Install benches,. barbecue and Monday; showing various facilities He returned to his home Bankers Attend Chliholm Pratt and Little- "A survey; indicates 165,000 relief and rehabilitation this Kiwanians Sec
trash pits. either -good "very field of the Sheriffs Office families affected, 918 homes fiscal year already; exceed $5

The park site located at the good or "excellent""The Tuesday.Mrs.. Betty Eby, woman'snews Orlando Meeting investigated the accident. destroyed 25,960 with major million. The estimated cost of Movie on Mexico"Mexican I
south end of, Lake Tohopeka- jail is well managedand writer; for The Gazette damage, and 181,689 with minor assistance to victims of Betsy;
llga, is being purchased by well operated by; a very damage Mobile homes destroyed may; be an additional $5\ millionor Impressions," a t
has been admitted to Osceola Three Klssimmee bankers
: the ,state for a recreation competent staff", the report where under Officers StudyFingerprinting totalled 679 another |2 million more than budgeted movie on Mexico was seen by;
Hospital she Is than 450
area showed and "The appearanceis were among more 1,104 damaged, 837 farm build, through next June. the Klssimmee Kiwanis Clubat
going treatment for what was from Central Florida to attend ,
good.- Wainwrigbt recommended logs destroyed, 1,181 with major Moreover, increased financial their regular meeting Tuesday -
termed
a minor illness. the Florida Bankers Ai
an additional jailor damage. 1,075 boats d.- requirements for services to ; night
for better supervision.The sociation meeting at the Robert with the Armed Forces Jim Rooney; local automobile
i All Kissimmee City: Police strayed or major damage, may; create
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Motor Inn In Orlan
Weather' prison camp was also Editor to SpeakAt Meyer Department personnel, several and 2,179 small businesses af additional budget problems. dealer was inducted as anew
described u well managedand do.John fected. Because of partnership member.
E. Carroll, John E. Osceola County deputy; sheriffs campaigns
H L R inmates have good morale. Dinner Club
and St. Cloud policemenare "Flood waters rolling over with United Funds nowunderway
Picnic tables in the visitingarea Carroll Jr. and Allen Carrollof Fish Fry PlannedThe
Tues. 9/14 91 65 recommended by Edward Tomlinson, Ameri the First National Bank taking a two-week fingtr- homes required mass evacuation a national campaign
were ;
Wed. till 90 62 the official ca's foremost authority on affairs participated In the activities, print course from the Federal of over 100,000 people. with quotas assigned to Kissimmee Lions Club ,I'I'I. '
Thnr. 9/11 90 72 The report was a result of a in the other America's, which Included election of new Bureau of Investigation, according Preliminary estimates Indicate chapters will not be held. How Is sponsoring a Fish Fry; to be
FrI. 9/17 89 73 .18 routine inspection made periodically will be guest speaker at the officers. to Don Adams, acting as many; as 12,000 families ever federated chapters art held across from the New
Sat. 9/1S 87 73 ; by the office of the Osceola Dinner Club at Tupperware Featured speaker on the program police chief may; register for Red Cross as urged to review the situation Civic Center Friday; evening. I
t Sun. 9/19 89 70 Director of Florida Divisionof auditorium Oct. 6. was William F, Mitchell Special Agents Edward Kale sistance. Chapter staff and with United Fund leaders to The fish will be served from
Mon 9/20 90 72 Corrections.All Carroll Starling, presidentof vice president First Research and Bob Ball of Orlando are volunteers and 200 NationalRed assure that the chapter receives 5:30 until 'I p.m. with a chargeof
jails and prison camps the club, said Tomlinson I.a Is Corporation, Miami. The topicof conducting the classes in the Cross staff members are iU full budget in orderto f 1.25 for adults and 75 cents
throughout the state receive roving editor of Re.der'1Dire.t. his speech was The Profileof City Commission Room in Kls working without let-up including meet increasing responsi for children under 12 ;yearsof

similar inspections a Bank Customer", simmee. 250 nurses in shelters bilities. age.

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NEW CHURCH-The interior of the new Shingle Creek Methodist Church is shown here FIRST ."ON-T'Jae' Rev George Inlay, pastor of Shingle MEMBERS SOCIALIZE-At the dinner held on the grounds following the first /

where first service were bald Sunday morning. The church was not at a cost of approximately Creek Methodist Church*delivered the first sermon IB the new new building. Klrby: Hancock (center), chairman ef the Official Board talks" ,
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I Intercession City Page Two-The Gazette, Kisslmmee, Florida. 8 pt 23, 1961
Hart Memorial Library Presented New Obituaries



Books, Complete Authority on the Arts ERNEST COLTON away suddenly JosephsensWill

Wednesday ....
Hart M.moriallJbral'J' personnel the library In memory of Mrs The encyclopedia is I. both Ernest Colton aged 78, a the widow of J. C. Attend
speak with pride of one Harry Dale by friends and her critical and documentary and winter visitor'' to Klssimmee passed away In

of their newest acquisitions.The daughter Mrs. Jerry Ivey. through broad international the past six winters passed A native of ConferenceBy
Encyclopedia of World The late Mrs. Dale, a member collaboration, encompasses the away at his home in Peotone, gia, she had been
Art, said to be the most complete of one of the county's pioneer opinions and art works:: of the IlL on August 28. Kisalmmee and Mrs. D. G. OwlettMr. ;
authority now published families, was a former cultures of the world. Besides his wife, Mildred he fore moving to rt iv
covering the arts of all periodsand school teacher and member of The library now has the Is survived by three children years ago. and Mrs. Carl Joseph
countries, was given to the Library Board. nine volumes which have been and eight grandchildren.Burial She was a sen plan to attend the Southeastern -
published and will add the new was in Graceland Survivors District Conference of

volumes as they come oft the Cemetery Valparaiso Ind. Joseph Bennett the Christian and Missionary
The fun set will number Alliance, convening in Atlanta,
'" press. Georgia three
r ? ; Ga. next week. Carl has .
16 volumes. BERTHA MARIE MULLIN Milam. Winter prepared
The books are profusely illustrated ; for ordination to the
and John D.
with color and black Bertha Marie Mullin, 84. of ministry at that meeting. L
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t and white maps, drawings and 119 Brack Street'passed away Davis Orlando and; seven Minnie Grandma Josephsen will care

diagrams. The library invites Wednesday evening after a Jacksonville Ada for Troy and Nathan while
the public to inspect this new lengthy Illness. She was the Laura; their. parents are in Atlanta.
4 IIi reference work and to use it widow of Charles Jacob Mullln .cross; Troy is happy In his first term
,, ,, who here in 1956. Tampa; Mary
+ to find material concerningthe passed away In school.
art or culture of any period A native of Germany, she Josephine Orlando and Mrs. Miriam Sprunger reports -
in history or any countryIn had been a resident of this Miami; that she telephoned the
the world. community for, the past 23 bean Harvey Bennett; Luther Saunders recently to

The Library also announcedthat years. Inquire for Mr. Evan Davis.
nett both of ,
hours now are 9 ajn. to She was a member of First half-brother J. We are glad to hear that he
12 noon and 1 to 5 pjn., closing Methodist Church. Kisslmmee. has had a splendid recovery
at from 12 until Survivors include one son,
noon Funeral services from recent surgery, being up
1 p.m. The new hours went Herman Maxwell MnUln Pompano 11 and around, feeling fine, although
Into effect Sept 20. Beach; one granddaughter at a.m. still weak. His addressis
Grissom chapel
Mrs. Charles ,Bowers, of : 992 James Road Lancaster,
e Ys Trenton Michigan. Ralph Taylor,

, e Change Is Made Funeral services were held Union Park Ohio.Mr. and Mrs. John Pedroe

A rs y In Date Planned at 10.30 ..m. Friday from the officiating.Casketbearers arrived Friday afternoon after .
Grissom chapel with the Rev.B. spending three months In

Church MeetThe B. Williams, minister of the Orange Blossom Pennsylvania.Mr. NEW PILOT Jim loses his shirttail AI
For offici. ber 80, F. A. Rooney, right, to
First Methodist Church followed In Mount Ben Riblet has been undergoing Perry Perry Flight Service, after his first solo flight Cut
Rev. Walter Cawthorne, ating. Casketbearers were tests on his eyes. ting shirttails off is traditional
tery St Cloud. among
pastor of St. Cloud Episcopal Messrs. E. P. Neid, Cecil Norris neral Home was Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Cummings aviators.Photo( by Eby)
s ; Church of St. Luke and St. Newton Norris W. E. left Friday afternoonfor
.' Peter has announced changeof Pound, Albert Rogers Murray arrangements. Charleston West Virginiato

date for the church basaar. Rogers and H. T. Simmons. spend a month visiting rela
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r The new date Is Nov. 13. Interment followed In Rose JAMES tives.A Mary Bryan-Thacker School News

A change has also been Hill Cemetery.'Grissom Funer.al Mr. James news item from Elkland, r

: LIBRARY ADDITION-Mrs. Mary Hansell librarian at Hart made for Altar Guild meet- Home was in charge of ar- 09, Benita Street,' Penna. gives the interestingnews

: Memorial Library, looks at the hew Encyclopedia of World ings. The Guild will meet the rangements. Pines Saturday. that Miss Crescense Grades Four through Six

.. Art recently added to the library's reference section In memory lost Monday of each month Waterfall, Pa. he Wheeler granddaughter of Mr.
: of Mrs. Harry Dale. (Photo by Eby) beginning with the Sept. 27. GRACE C. BURTIS Kissimmee in 1956. Milton Wheeeler has entered New Modern MathBy
meeting at 7 P-m. in the ParIsh A coal miner he Mansfield State College 111P.nn.JI..nl. Using
House. Grace Charlotte Burtis, 67,
, of World as a music ma
First Methodist ChurchTo Episcopal C h u r e hwomen'sgroup of 119 Neptune Road, passed eran member of jor. She was graduated from Peggy Bradtary In Mrs. Pat Nalley's level
engaged In making supplies away suddenly early Thurs
Post 10, American high school last June as an seven class, Roberta Wells
for the Cancer Closet day. Brand modern
and honor student She the spanking new brought some sand fleas from
Klssimmee a won
Observe Communion met yesterday to begin their A native of Brooklyn New math textbooks are being used
the Methodist John Phillips Sousa award at the beach to show the class.
work for fall and winter. Mrs. York, she moved to Klssimmee by fourth, fifth and sixth
Survivors include graduation.Mrs. Marcia Wicker brought bird'snest
J. C. Ellison service officer of from New Jersey last ApriLShe a
graders at Thacker Avenue
St.: Cloud First Methodist H. Adams, general superintendent the Cancer Loan and Gift was an Episcopalian and Pauline A. Corbin ; Belle Handy has returned she found. And Gary Larson
School
Church will observe WorldWide ; Clifton Lawton, superintendent Clout housed In the County a member of the American Legion son James Corbin from visiting her sons Elementary brought an arrowhead he
Communion Sunday, Oct. of Membership Building for the County Unit Auxiliary Klssimmee. nia; a brother In Nashville, Tenn. An in-service training for found in a field.
8. Also beginning on that and Cultivation; R. E. Me- of the American Cancer Society Survivors Include her husband Six-Mile Run Pa. Mrs. Oneida Phillips Is on teachers of these grades Is We had four Happy Birthdays

date there will be two morning Cr. e k en, superintendent of met with the group as CoL Kenneth C. Burtis; grandchildren. a trip by car with Mrs. Edith being conducted by high school this week in Mrs. Nalley's .

worship services-9 .and Youth Division Francis Johns, there were certain pads and two sons, Donald A. Denny, Funeral services Stafford. They stop over at math teachers Mr. Henry class, Eva Waters Sheri
11 a.m. superintendent of Adult Division .. dressings in short supply at Encinitas Calif., and DanielD. in the chapel of Summerf, then go to Baton Ramsey of Klssimmee and Mr. Willingham, Mark Tipton and
Announcement to Methodist,, ; R. E. Fletcher, treasurer the closet and she wanted Denny III, PlaInfield, New Home at 2:80 Rouge and Shreveport, La. James Parris of St. Cloud. Teresa St Clair.
Men: There is still time to ; and Mrs. Dave Burch- work started on these first. Jersey one sister Mrs. Elsie with the Rev. B. Mr. and Mrs. Cordie Swaf- First second and third year Mrs. Jean Donahue's first

make reservations for the next field secretary Many cancer patients in the Becker; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania pastor of the of Tampa, parents of Mrs. students will be introduced to year music students are learning

three Laymen's Retreats OB Teachers and counselors: St Cloud area are benefitted ; one brother, Albert Van Church offlclatlne.Memben Eddie Manheim stopped to see the modern math curriculumnext action songs. They are also

Oct. 1-3 8-10 and 1617. Mrs. James Alexander Miss daily from the work done by Denburgh, Glendora, Calif and of them Friday evening enrouteto year.Mrs. working with Instruments in
Laymen's Day is Oct 10. Kate Clearwater Mrs. Francis the women. Any cancr patient two grandchildren. son Post 10 served Georgia where they are vacationing Billie Kay Colombo's the Rhythm Band. During the

Laymen will speak at both Johns, William' Ketchersld, needing dressings or other Funeral services held bearers and .. for three weeks. first year room won the P.TA hurricane weather: the boys
services. Mrs. Josephine Lackey, Miss were Interment MOMD.'n Mrs. A. A. Munson has attendance banner the first and
supplies available at the closet at 8 o'clock Friday In the'Gris. was en. at girls had great fun with
Wesleyan Service Guild met Oulda Vorhls Mrs Wilma may contact Mrs. Ellison with Memory Gardens. tered the hospital for surgery.Mr. meeting last week. All told "Our Friend the Wind" record
the
in the home of Mrs. Louise Walter Wilbur D. Groby, Mrs. by phone at Narcoossee.Lakeland James som chapel, .. R..o/i neral Home had James West suffered a approximately 200 parents which gave. them a chance to
Radebaugh vicar StJohns
Hettinger with Mrs. J. O. Bat- Catherine Shaw Mrs. Jesse heart attack
Episcopal Church offi Sunday and was were present Dr. Joseph Gain. jump, clap hop run and slide.
ton co-hostess. Mrs. Francis LaMonda, Rev Ira Cargo taken by Grissom ambulanceto first vice Other
,
RICHARD L. er president announced songs this group have
The funeral left
Johns presented the program Mrs. E. J. Hensel Jr., Mr. David Is Site, ciating. party Kissimmee Hospital. that for the October learned are Thumkin Johnny
"Living in the Space Age" and Pease, Mrs. H. J. Crofts Saturday for Plainfield where Richard Leigh A card has been received meeting Dr. Claude Whatley Hammer Five Little Ducks
Mn. Batton the devotions. Mrs. William Ketchersld, Of Club MeetingThe committal services were to beheld ,
'
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gave Mrs. H. N. Leland Mrs. A.G. at Bound Brook Cemetery 80, of Alligator from Mrs. Edna Kamhout telling would speak on "Flourldation". and This Old Man. '
Christian Education Sunday Stone, Lloyd Stalvey,' Mrs. Florida Federation atWoman's Monday. Cloud'I was of her safe trip north. She Paving of the.parking,'area ,W tXeveU four-nine are learnIlage -

,.. was oWRwHTto plod:. '"Dula Henntager;i Mrs J Arden Clubs will hold their' Grissom funeral Home was. ,when he was ; and Mrs. Gorham. stopped Un4 and bus drive at, ,Thaeker .age from Mary Popptns ,
the ImporiaiveOt, .l'ChristianEducationd Sheaffer, and .Rev; Charles fall board meeting In Lakeland' .In charge_of arwanreme": a. tor.tr.uer.ua Jamestown and WiliamibutrgVa should be comple Fluensoon.( ." an.4 the Sound of Music. They
near his home Mo ... spent two days In Walh-Jf
to recognise the Wolfe. September2i14 and 25.' to' Principal Louis are tet's Fly a Kite Sound of
Church School. workers and to Representing the Klssimmee GEORGE. LADWIG noon. Thi accident Ington D. C. and four days fn urges parents to please use Mdsic and Edelweiss An action

consecrate them for the work RUMMAGE SALE PLANNEDBY Woman's Club will be Mrs tigated by New York. They visited the the parking area and.not. drive game, Bow Belinda,' was
they have before them In the FOOD SERVICE GROUP Nelson MaJdnson club president George Washington Ladwlg Thompson the fair two days, besides taking into the bus area. learned from the music book '
current year. Workers are H. and Mrs. W. C. Seckman 52, of Shawnee Drive, passed fice and Florida in city sightseeing tours There are some children living Music In Our Town. From tie

Q. Fryman, Commission on The Osceola Junior High vice president Dr. J. Wayne away Saturday evening after troLA in the town area who are book Music Now and Long
Education chairman; Mrs. N.Conservation' Lunchroom Ladies will hold a RelU president of the University several weeks illness native of Dir. Kuhns brought to school by their Ago the group learned Go Tell
rummage sale Saturday, September of Florida, will be the A native of Lawrenceburg, Jersey, Mr. Hurley Larry parents or either walk or ride Aunt Rhodle, Riding in the

25, from 8 to 1 in the keynote speaker.! Tennessee, he moved from In. ter visitor to St Names Staff for bikes .'. and are reaching the Buggy' and Dummy Line.
building on the corner of Main diana to Klssimmee six years several years grounds at 7:00. School does Mrs. Grace Johnston's fifth

and Bass Streets ago. He was a cement finisher ing a permanent 'Glass not take in until 820. There graders brought poems to
Card
1lenagerie'B
Speech SubjectAt Party Set A veteran of World War II, years ago is no one at school at 7:00 to school and read then) to the

Garden Club Mrs. Benezette For September 23 he was awarded several citations He was a Kenneth Duncan supervise these early birds. class Quinton Bass shares his
Including the Bronze die maker for There is no reason for themto with

"Why should everyone be interested 18 Circle Hostess The Klssimmee Woman's Star. Wire Corporation Larry' Kuhns, director of the be at school before 7:45 at you.MY DADDY

In conservation?" Club will hold their monthly Survivors include his wife, sey. He was a first Theatre Guild presentation least This is for the child's Who site the floor the
Mrs. G. B. Knight answeredthis Faith Circle of the United card party September 23 at the Mable Marie Ladwlg; two Survivors of the 1965-1966 season own safety. aeat of his on pants on

question for the first Presbyterian Church met September club at t:30 a.m. Coffee will be stepsons, John H. King Jr., Margaret oC 0 n r a "Glass Menagerie", the great Dogs are becoming an increasing And plays with and
meeting of the season of the 14 at 10 a.m. with Mrs served and all players are to Gilbert Illinois, and Carl L. three sons Richard Tennessee Williams play, has nuisance at both won't my toys
Klssimmee Garden Club.. "Con. Frank Benesette, 822 East Da. bring their own cards and tallies King Montpelier Indiana; two Jr. and Charles announced his technical staff, schools They roam In and out give me a chance

serration touches everyone, kin Avenue. stepdaughters Elisabeth Joan both of Trenton, people you do not see back. of classrooms at will. Some Who My Daddy.
like lion I
from the cradle to the grave," Mrs. J. C. Caddell chairman Mrs Prator Gilbert will be Murray, Kisslmmee, and Betty and Lawrence and who are so impor even grab bags of lunch and roars In 'a when
she said. opened the meeting with prayer in charge of the affair.Auburndale Jean Roberts Miami; three' well, New Jersey; to a smooth production.Roy boxes of crayons from the come late _
And
food of
Central Florida has two of for missions Minutes were brothers, Howard Ladwlg An- ter. Adele Ingersoll, as technical di desks Teachers have enough heaps the on top

the main projects in the read by Mrs Hllpa Pryor secretary derson Indiana; Edward Lad New Jersey; eight will head this staff. to do besides chase dogs out my plate. '
state The Bald Eagle Sanctuary SceneOf wig and Clyde Ladwi;, hth of dren and 10 cr" Chris Tufts a newcomer to of classrooms all day. And then when Mother goes

E and Green Swamp both The Bible lesson from Gala- Gospel SingingAUBURNDALE Marion, Indiana; four sisters, dren., county and for years a pro- Parents children 'and to out to shop
vital to the and bony Mrs.'W. Elisabeth Massiott ... in the Stays with me when he'd
: very country presented by I. of Fort Grissom theatre will be.tare whom it may concern .
.. the state. Barber led to a general dice SCENE OF Wayne, Indiana, Ann Pace of in charge of manager. Chris is Mrs please keep your dogs at home. rather not?
e She gave the members a cussion. CHRISTIAN SONGFESTThe Indianapolis, Indiana Florence Ray J hnlOn'. father. They do not belong at school. My Daddy, .

: series of questions as a checklist Before the meeting the Christian Singing\ Convention Craig East Chicago Indiana, JAMES Al Lake, another new Guild Miss Melissa Hill's fourth Who teases ,me till I nearly

e to see if they area good hostess served fruit juke: eof. cordially invites the and Ollie Russell, Marion. will be in charge of grade Is more attractive because cry .
: conservationist fee and sweet breads Ten public to a Gospel sing September The funeral party left Sun. James Frank construction. Set decora Barbara Parrish brought Though I'm the apple of his

:. Following her remarks Mrs. members were present 26, at the First Missionary day for Marion where funeral Intercession City, and stage furnishings will in some plants for decoration. And w he, loves the
Knight held a question and Baptist Church of Auburndale. services were to be held with Tuesday morning the responsibility of Earl Jimmy Hobby brought a book me .more as

answer period, during which ,CARRY YOUR LICENSEI Singing begins at Interment to follow in Grant days Illness.A who did such a good about New York and shared days go by? '

to time she urged interested left my license In the 1:30. Memorial Park. Grissom Funeral native of Pilot of dressing up the whole the pictures with his class. My Daddy

members to write to their car" Is no excuse. Sportsmenare Home was in charge of ho had been a ". for the Art and Cul mates

.. congressmen, senators and required by the Game and FIRST WHITE MAN arrangements tercession City for Center's antique show last Flowers For All Occasions
Secretary of the Interior Udall
Fresh Water Fish Commission Panfilo de Narvai la the years. 11I'.
: to request that the Suwannee to have their RUBY EDNA MILAM Mike Airs. Thompson EWE HUGH'S
River State Park license In their first recorded visit of white He was a'retired Moore a Harlequina-
be
:. the Wlldrivera Project kept, and on possession while hunting or man to sail into Tampa Bay, Ruby Edna Milam, 60, of was a member of who has become very adept 18 WSCS HostessThe FLORIST

.. that areas around the Ever fishing. ,which was In_1(28. 1117 Avondale, Orl.ndo.'pautd' Holiness Church. the complicated switch
glades National Park be'more Survivors include will be at the lighting Women's Society of 25 Broadway 847-4511.
if he and his Christian Service of Shingle
carefully controlled as. to future Lucy A. West; two parents
and Mrs. Creek Methldist Church met In
r drainage. Mrs Martha K. C. Moon Jr..
the home of Mrs. W. D.
nersville North that the last hectic week

r was Accompanying Mrs. Evans Crump Mrs. Knight of the atY Mrs I Marian Risak. rehearsals his school will work.not interfere Tommy with Thompson nine members Tuesday present evening South Trail

Pine Castle Garden Club. Grissom Funeral
The husbands
at
of were guests
the Kissimmee
Mrs. Knight was introducedby charge of this meeting DRIVEINTHEATRE
Mrs. store will take over
Donald Brown, who effects Mrs Frank Dawson, spiritual
r stated that
the visitor
was HART
leader, delivered a Bible
w well qualified to speak on the MANY NEW Mrs. Margaret Coodell will study "Spiritual Discipline".

subject, having been a conservation .. costumes and Mar- Mrs Rachel King, president
director for Procession John Higbie
C workshop make-up. Mrs was in charge 0(the business
a District Senn, of the Florida tern Doctor XJ; Smith heads the commit. session. ORLANDO FLORIDA
F Federation of Garden dubs, Mailer; Green on tickets and reservations Plans
: and Is currently the conservation Moore; The Louis French, having done.ver'thne were completed for
the and food sale
rummage to TOURS FRI SAT.
,
: chairman for the state Mlchener; World \ else connected with be held
November
e group. She has also held similar I ly Graham; File In productions will be IS A two-member Saturday, committee 'Up from the Beach.
: positions with her local therine Gaskea .. ,
; manager for this one Mrs. Roma Bronsoa and Mrs CUff Kebertaea TMYounr .
: club and has been president tones, R. F. will be given on two CattUy.*
of the Club in Apopka. tantine, Frank G. ; ., and Saturday nights make Ike Taylor arrangements, was appointed to Red Taylor f M Color

: Mrs Harry Simmons presided How Far to 8 and 9 and October East of Sudan'AaUtoay
October 25
Monday,
was set
a over the Business meet- Lofts The
; and
16, at the Art and CuI-
for the date 'of the "Can Qmayte
to
: Ing. Future meetings of the Byron Jones, Jesse '
Center
oa the corner of 11M Color
Prayer and Self Denial Hour
C club will be held In the Osea- Oxford History of and Streets m
: ola Room of the First Federal ican People ,s. E. ... Bryan to be held at the church from SUN, MON, TUES.
9:80 until 1080.
Savings A Loan. .
.
Oct. 0 is the date for the "Those present were: Mrs 'I'Iarlow'Carroll
Conservation, Jr. Gardener, 1111 E- George Fraley, Mrs Rachel Baker
Hobby and Therapy Workshop, ....UB... aee U.ette King Mrs. Francis Butler, 7:0 H.40-Color

to be held at the Orlando Gar Mrs. Ike Taylor Mrs Roma The Rounders
den Club Building, Rollins A JOHN H. PERRY NEWSPAPEREarl Bronsoa. Messrs. Frank Dawson .:so Color
Avenue. Frank Rleve, W. R. Houston Glee* FordWBDNBBDAT

The RoM Circle wiH hold a Neiberger - Editor and the hostess ,

Bauar and/or food sale, Nor. Second class postage paid at Post Office at Klssimmee, Florida Family Coipe* Night.
20 with the location to be an- 8t4L Published every Thursday Stewart Avenue and Verona Chrtotka Seta)* '
DOunced. Street Kisslmmee Telephone 8472881. Mall address P. 0. Society TwttkW of Meeor'Yklkard'

Circle Count was Daylily. Box lOGO.S1aIIiertptlon. zee wee. ..... .. Cfauaberlata
B; Gloriosa, 6; RoM 11; and price by mall $4.00 per year, 6 months SL50.. -**k -.r rao. 11 atTareweH
Hibiscus Circle 8. BARBECUE CHICKEN-Members of the Kisslmmee Elks Club barbecued 1.000 chicken halve General advertising based on open rate of M per agate line. tees H. : to AtWJenifer
The Rose Circle acted aa Sunday for their. annual family picnic held at the club's MW site oa King's Road. Classified advertising\ .05 per word; classified display under Sunday Berrlena 11 ...... Jesse
hostesses for the' afternoon. (Photo by Eby) contract at f 1.28 per column inch. Sunday School ':30 ..... 114)- Cater


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15 YEARS EXPERIENCE Iw* SALES SERVICE H.Hes Two and. ,
Radio and Three BedroomHOUSES
\ r Electrical Appliances
K. C. ROTHROCK, Owner and Operator
} CompIeU Horn FumUMat
i Located at Klssimmee Transit-Mix\ Co. p T.V. PARKS FURNITURE COMPANY
Klui.me. St. Cloud
FOR SALE
PHONE 847-3524 :I'M1

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LADIES& CHILDRENS A Nice Apartment For Rent
t' Datebook& Boot- Star
; OUR CUSTOMERS SCHOOL LOAFERS It Only Takes A Little I

i EXPECT EXTRA 1 Money To Buy A House From ,

1 SERVICE From $3.99 BRUCE'S SUNSHINE HOMESBruce 1

j THEY GET IT OOIiI!!! To$6.99 ( A. Partin, )
Ph. 847.4321 Ph. 847.2230 T
WILLIAMS SHOE STORE
Front Wheel Alignment& Wh..l Balancing Kissimmee
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J Engine Tune Up .
4 Engine Overhaul "- SAND ROCK r
' :I Transmission Repairs IT'S THE TRUTHWE MORTAR MIX
,. Complete Brake Service STEEL AND WIRI MESH
" Gas.Oil-Lubrication HAVE THE LOWEST PRESCRIPTION '

ANDERSON'S GARAGE PRICES! COME IN SEE FOR onaaletrauarrt /

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SURPLUS STORE 9:00: A.M. to 1:00 P.M.PHAY'S .
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Jr JJI II I 305 Broadway Phone 847-43)1 Weekend KISSIMMEE txInning. Sept.'24
\ts Matinees 2:30
/ "Th Only Drug Star. On Broadway" Saturday and Sunday
Evening Performances: 7.p.m
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Phone (47-2141
124 Broadway 847-4021 Chamberlain
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PRODUaS, INC. Yul BrynnerCLOUD.ST. WASHER N. 6Sj $19995 f I

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w'i Mmbr Osceola County Builder Ann. FRIDAY-SATURDAY' PARKS FURNITURE, CO.

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BR 2 bath central heat and
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210 Screened overall porches Beautiful and oak open,. 1ID1y 1T I

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patio Large separate build }::}}:i
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guest building. Lotus show BOO s I
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home. Nicely landscaped IRbJAtlwf'fAC6Tbt70.. F &0W 10 CRtt j Sunnylond Picnics
i ------------------- -1; and lef at budget plcoaJng prices.
large lot. Florida Room ........................ .. tasty -overs
hardwood floors, range, air ----'cut out ON DOTTPDLINer-- ...................... ., High In nutrition. Small whole, close trimmed
conditioner, new roof, six and lean. Slow steeped over hickory
EXTRA Ii EX TRA I EXTRA I
bearing fruit trees.' All for
$10,000. We will help you I TOP..VALUt' .STAMPS. I TOP VAWI STAMPS : I TOP./. UMW : coals' to penetrate right to the heart of the
arrange financing.PICK Ore PI'. :II :..l\4IoU.::; : *N._Vk CAM* : delicious pink meat
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Exclusive-Realtor cooperation .............-..-..........1.........................p.I ................-........:
.l invited. For the family : : REG. 89* W-D BONEI4SS CORNED 1rs Nr4e.er 1lss.IdlMlrshI
who wants the best. CYPRESS EXTRA lrii EXTRA I
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with 2 full baths, P'a1Plee i eler
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i T .1 Salad 39x Fish 49
Refrigerator Freeser ;
Washer Dryer and central EXTRA I EXTRA I IEXTR1 h .
,o I heat and air conditioning I VAWI STAMPS-- I I I TOPP yALU!..STAMPS.__ I I TODVAWUTAMPS... -_. I .
Range and many extra kitchen jTOP 1 ... I rot PKG BORDENS EAGU 8RANO 1-0.1. PKG OSCAR MABRAUNSCHWEIGER
two rsa ere s Pl. I woeoA.e er I
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features. Large lot, pHvate M" eoeeoul i I rArl.T" "1 I el.oo teas .
dock, easy care. Two lelGln....,. Ground leaf Candy.,
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: } DELLUOOD PARK
"A Nice Place to Live" 214
s Poinciana Circle. 2 BR, Florida
o. Room, nice dining area, I 2-LB. FRENCH FRY OR CRINKLE CUT GOVERNMENT GRADED
fully equipped kitchen, 2 car
garage. Excellent neighbor M.t, ,
hood. Just reduced fpr quick Potatoes39 tUSDAf
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nero 2619 W. Doris. Unfurn- /t ,f. U. CHOICE W-D BRAND T-BONE
iihed CB home. 2 BR,,large
( Hobby Room can be 3rd Bedroom Shrimp 1"
1 full bath, one plumb s
ed in. Beautiful screened \\\ Steak lb. 98;
porch. Fruit trees and lovely : MORTON FROZEN DANISH PECAN
shrubbery. See to appreciateall : ,
the extras in this fine
home. Offered for only Twist 59'MRS. U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND SIRLOIN
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-$18,600.r... -, .

t LOVELY THROUGHOUT FURNITURE MORTON FROZEN (EXCEPT 3-COURSO _ Steak. 98;

2330 Catherine St, /jOrange .
Gardens. Pass this if
up you Meat Dinners
don't want a.bargatrf, Laundry FILBERTS REGULAROleo.
,,, dining area, greened U. S. CHOICE' W-D BRAND*BONELESS i
porch Florida Room? 2 BR, \ lbs 1.KRAFf"MI FLILL CUT ROUND2YOR795i <
one bath. All cleafe as e 4 .
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whittle.\ 'It you'll .
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Extra
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PRICED BELOW' loo.-VALUE" y Margarine jtJ 1 1Res

1 Fully furnished in excellent
' taste. A lovely home ,with
j many extras you'll have to k
see to appreciate. Top quality ],
Refrig., Built-in Range
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Frig
Washer and Dryer. Its a Wt Ne. IVi CAN THRIFTY MAID IL,. or HLVS. RMULAR 2/3t '303 CAN DEL MONTI Red TokayGRAPES

buy steal., see If this you one are at ready 14500.to Peaches 5/1. Spinach .
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Come In or call 3":1.:
Florence Harnett, Harris KM. l/IK No. .:c:.. THRIFTY MAID REGULAR 2/49 '

Daniel or Associates Buster Maklnson, Cream Style Corn 81. Green Peas. .. 5/1.

W. H. Morse Corp.. No. 303 CANS THRIFTY MAID REGULAR 3/l. ilK CAN CHICKEN OF THE SG1Whose

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Exclusive agents for lovely

.I Falrlawn Realtor cooperation Manor Estates invitedAREAIIOR" Lots Orange Juice 2/69' Pineapple .; 41.

KEG 29, 44-e. THRIFTY MAID PINEAPPLE REGULAR 771 24
: Grapefruit Drink 41. Modess. -. '. 69'REGULAR OIORGIA' RIO IWKT

Potatoes 5 L 49;
REG 3/S1. 2001. TROPICAL PINEAPPLE OR PEACH 29 I4J KRAFT JETMarshmallows

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: loU, 2 ear garage, Fruit IAO Y.LOW
trees, only 5500. REGULAR 39' 32-oi ARROW LIQUID REGULAR
is.a:7:7: Onions. 39
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Trailer Home 10 x 48'. Patio
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BuysReal
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Estate for Sato Robert Allen

TRAILER LOTS for Dice trsil-
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1 I Lt Chaffin Is


LCTmSK>IK INTERESTwwomej TO Hostess for

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Nurses' Tour '

Lt. Barbara C. Chaffin NC, :
USN former Kisslmme resident .

now assigned to a New _

The Gasette, KiMlmmee, Florida, Sept 23, 1965-Pag* Three York Navy Recruiting Station,
was hostess to a group of ,
Navy Nurses who recently ,1a

", toured New York City for one

History of Woman's ClubIs week.The nurses, stationed at

J :4 points from Minneapolis to
:
I : Told Mrs. Thomas Boston, spent a day at the
f e by U. S. Pavilllon, New York
World'a Fair attended radio
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Th Kisslmme J II n l lor gates during the Junior Day and television show and ac-
Woman's Club learned at a Sept. 23. cepUd. greetings from New
recent meeting how clubs The Juniors voted to have York officials.
r similar to their own origin- the Follies and further plat Purpose of the tour was to
r ed. A film, entitled "Unity 1 In are being made with dates t to acquaint the public with the
1 .j ----J Diversity was shown to be announced. opportunities offered by the

member by the Community Orientation meetings for Navy Nurse Corps and to display
Affairs Department a* partof new members will be held on the various uniforms
a program presented at the Sept. 27 at 8 p.m. In the Won. worn by Nurse Corps officesin .
club's September meeting I III an's Club building Miss Carol the NaY,.
the Woman's Club building.The Johnston will preside Lt. Chaffin la the daughterof

: program was bated on Hostesses for the evening Mr. and Mr*. Aries B. Chaf. ,
: the organization and history were members of the Con fin of Columbus, Ga. and the '
:: of woman's clubs. It was presented munity Affairs Department granddaughter of Mr. and 'i,

... -.- --. by Mrs Doug Thorn. headed by Mrs. Doug Thorns Mrs. J. W. Johns of Kisstm.me .
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Club President Mrs. George and assisted by Mrs. Ken .i ,

OFFICERS INSTALLED-Officers for 1965-46 of the Kissimme Friendship Club were in. Gant said the fall board meeting Powers. The nurse was graduated
Guests the In. Osceola [ School and later
stalled last week. Installing officer was Miss Elsie McPherson (far right). Taking office will be In Lakeland Sept. at meeting High
eluded Mrs Bill Prather ) received her BSN from
In. degree
were, from left, Mr.. Charlie Horn, vice president; Mrs. Irene Osmun secretary; Mrs. Arthur 22 and 23. The local club will Buford Roberts Florida State .
Mrs. Don.ldBindford University.She
Randall,:treasurer and Mrs. Emery Bronson, president (Photo by Eby) be represented by four del Mrs., James Stall, was commissioned in the

Mrs Chris Columbo )Ira. Navy March 11, 1951 and promoted .
Cooking Is FunlBaked New OfficersInstalled Louts Boylan, Mrs. Max Ws.. to Lieutenant Apr. 1.
tore, Mrs. Don Graham, Mn 1962.
i Gene Stone, Mrs Charles
byFellowship Hamrick, Miss Betty Kirk,
Duck Can Provide Miss Betty Pollard, Miss Ellen .
Helm and Miss Karen '

Skinner. Mrs. Cecil Edward Johnston

Base for in Style'By At the installation meeting t "
Dining; of the Ladies Fellowship, St. Child Problems

Cloud Christian Church, the
Infancy to Teens ... Putz Johnston Wedding
pastor the Ret. Bob Padgett,
SaM aM McFarlaad grees for li hours. Remove good that I don't believe any r ,
each do her ; .
to
urged woman ;
Today is the first day of from pan. Pour out half the experienced biscuit-maker can Topic of MeetingThe .
beet for Christ. He presents
Event of
the and to remainder improve them I And that'i September 11th
autumn. Even though this sec fat in pan on a challenge with his subject: I
tion of our state shows few add chopped vegetablesand not alll! The same mix can bused
"A Chain Ii Only As Strong problems of children '
outward signs of the changing simmer till brown. Com for many different things As Its Weakest Link. from infancy through their) .it. Miss June Ann Puts and Cecil Ushers were Ralph Blauser
season there is something in bane flour with chicken stock: ; ..> E coffee cake, for one, can Officers installed to serve teens highlighted a bl-monthly Edward Johnston were Jr., H. L. Clemmons, Jr.;Man.
i the air-especially during ear* and juice from canned cherries. be as varied as your imagination the current term are Mri meeting of the Beta Epsilon; united in marriage at the uel L. CepedaJerry W. Stew.

y 1 ly evening-that portends the Add brown sugar and honey. can make It. W* had ont Verda Hensley, president; Nona Chapter of ,Beta Sigma Phi First Methodist Church In art Larry Turner, Oc.lal| and
coming winter. Besides, the PT.A Cook over low heat until the not long ago that was really Mann, vice president Sallli recently at the home of Mrs. Ocala, Sept. 11. Dr. Bruce F. Joel Glenn Ft. Whit.

carnival is In the offing sauce reaches desired thick. delicious. I made this one up' Sharpe, treasurer; and Betty Richard Lowell ... Gannaway officiated at the To; her daughter' wedding,
and most mother hew been ness. Add cherries. Heat a few and sine I cook mostly "b, Dotaon, secretary. Mrs. John Johnston, fifth ... double-ring ceremony ,; Mr. Puts c h o s e a street
called upon to help the cause: minutes more. ear" there Is no written recipe Retiring president Mm grade teacher of Thacker Av. The bride is the daughter of length dress of embroideredtoast
That should be sign enough 'Th* above i* the way the just "hit or miss" but 1 Hazel Jolley* said the past Elementary School was guest Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Puts and organza, and a gold or.
that fall has arrivedlIt recipe directed. But I don't don't think you can go wrongon year was one of the best. She speaker the bridegroom Is the son of chid The bridegroom's mother
has been ages since I like the idea of the vegetables these measurements. t.h.nked.vtl''on. for their encouragement ,Reports of the fashion show Mr. and Mrs. Cecil H:E. John. chose bronze lace over ecru,

baked a duck. It'a a shame, being cooked in all that grease Cherry Coffee Cake and support during were given by committee< stun with matching accessories.Her .
too, because we all enjoy the ... and I don't see how they 1 package of Bix-Mix her term of office. I chairmen I The show and buffet The bride, given In marriageby corsage was a gold eymbldium -
rich dark meat and feel as if could add much flavor to the Add 1 C. sugar All l women of the churcl' were determined by the LT. BARBARA C. CHAFFIN her father, wore a floor orchid.

we are really dining in style. duck. I prefer to stuff the Beat in: 1 egg are invited) to join the Ladies sorority to be another success. HoateM length sheath empire gown of The bride's grandmother,
Usually, ,t have used orange cavity of the duck with celerystalks Add enough milk to make It Fellowship and help with thvarious < Final plans for the firs imported silk organza over Mrs- A. M, Comerma, wore a
juice asa baste but my next quartered onion., and the consistency of cake projects planned. foth pledge rush party were outlined Mrs. KellerTo taffeta. The sleeveless bodiceof dress of green brocade with
venture (with dock-baking la thick appl. slices and 'letting batter r by Mrs John Spencer. embroidered lace featureda matching accessories and a
going to be radical! I Imagine them roast along with the Add 2 or 8 T. melted butter .'Mentioned on the sick list The party will be held at the Florentine neckline. Over gold orchid
that the Head of Our House duck. Discard the "stuffing" Beat above ingredients well. for prayer are Mickey .Johnson .' home of Mrs William Hasty. Visit her gown the bride wore a The grandmother of the

bold,will object to its being a before serving the meat Also, Butter a 9finch square cake Sandra Beeler., Nettle Sept.'' 29.Members. matching a calla lily redingote shaped skirt, featuring which bridegroom, Mr*. H. M. Johnston .
,
while cooking the duck and cover the bottom with Hawkesworth, .)label b;: Tillli. the
little too "fancy" but maybe J punc pan attending Local OES swept into a court train. Her wore a navy blue ensenvbl
no *- tT.Af *". tare'jUwUh: an'4e plcc) ,.W she"faf'Zait ,>a far.f cherry. pie mix (one of," Homer; Badgett., O. Marshal, meeting were Mrs. Willlai elbow-length veil of nylon 11luslon with white accessories. Her
RoitfDuckliag with '* run"out'" ** "ta large, fat glass jars : ..W. He'!" L.:..Tysonaed H.GardcnClub's ... t-Manayi'Mrs. Richard Luiiac September 28th. Klsiimme flowed from a crescent- corsage was a,vhlte orchid.

Black Cherry Sauce So far I bars A4Vrwritten'.JMuMrilmaftWrrthink' )..Sprinkl ..; JJt'L.i:., Jit .tfvr' : Uf*'\VMveteM, Mrs James 'Chapter IQs 62 0 K S will be of hend-fasjloned :rose.'SheJ b' flied .
1 8-pound ducklingJ any ,' type of fan letter,, nor the, cherries with auger I r I ""Ji' Dyer\Mr.jf: ',JVHIUm Hast. honored by a visit from Mrs. carried a cascade of pale gold in the church fellowship
C.. mixed celery, c.rrota.1ad. ,bav Yer been tempted to do' and cinnamon:pour the batter Mrs Lou.Fauentein Mrs Eugene Ethel Keller,' Worthy Grand roses, centered with a white halL
I Anions, chopped <.,'- so. 1t last bow.r..I' have over the cherries and bake at ( galley. Mrs. Charlie Tyson Matron of the Grand Chapterof orchid. For her
wedding the
I C'flour; ,* found'"'a product: that makes 875 degrees for,about 20 minute 'I'Fall WorkshopSet Mrs Robert Ceawell, Florida accompanied by Th maid of honor, Miss bride chose an emerald trip

2 C chicken stock: (mad. with m* want to congratulate the *. If It gets brown before 'it Mrs.; John Spencer and Mist her Grand Officers. She will Kathy Johnston, sister of the dress of silk shantung,green with
bouillon cubes) .manufacturers. It i* BIx-Mlx, is done, lower the heat some. October 6 Mary Ellen Carter. visit at 8 p.m. in the Masonic groom, and the bridal attendants honey toast accessories, and
1 No. 2 caft black pitted a small 10-reet package of Test the middle for "doneness"by Temple on Dakln Street.A wore floor-length gown wore the orchid from her bridal
cherries i ready-mixed biscuits. As the sticking a knife Into It. HIt District VII of Florida Fed. 'Emancipation'In Barbecue Steak Dinner of bronze organza over taffe bouquet.

. 1 T. brown sugar package says, you get ten comes out clean, the cake Is eratlon of Garden Clubs reports will be served at 8:30 in the ta, with matching headpieces, Guests from Kissimmee in.
1 T honey fluffy, perfect biscuits from reedy Serve hot. You can vary the fall workshop will be St Cloud Temple dining: room for '2. and carried cascades of gold eluded Mr. and Mrs H. R.
J/ Roast duckling at 800 de- the one package. They are so this recipe by omitting the held Oct. 6 at the Orlando per plat*. For reservation orchids. Serving aa the bride's Johnston and Mrs. H. M. John
I cherries. Just pour the batter Garden Club building 710 East "Emancipation" has arrivedat call Mrs. Melva Carnahan attendants were Miss Linda

". Into your buttered pan and Rollins\ Avenue, Orlando. St. Cloud Chamber of Com. 847-2356, Mrs. Thelraa Rolls Greene, Miss Nancy Newboldand ston.The
sprinkle brown sugar and cinnamon Details were given in a buLletin mercel For the first time a 847-8729 or Mr*. Delores Sum. Miss Mary Ann Jones. couple's residence will
over the top and add read to the executive woman will serve as president.In mere 8473066 no later than Steve Johnston, brother of be at 8825 Third Ave.. Sioux

half a cup of chopped ruts. board of Kissimmee Garden one small way, woman has today the groom, served as best man. City, Iowa.
Bake a* above. Club last Tuesday during a achieved Civil Rights

I T-t Sue Lusadder has a very meeting in the home of Mrs. Pat Duke, who has served Delta to Carnival Plans Discussed
THEY l lll special dessert that deserves a Henry Simmons, club president the past year as treasurer, Alpha
medal. It is very rich and was elected to the office at a Host CSC Social I
would make a wonderful refreshment Registration will be from meeting called by James By Halloween Committee

for a party or to 8:80 until 9:80 a.m. with class Hutchinson, retiring president. Th Delta Alpha Chapter

follow a light meal. es beginning promptly at 9:30. Hutchinson, with seven csrry* of Epsilon Sigma Alpha held Th first Halloween Carnl.
PTA was set for October 80
Betty Eby who usually home at 810 Michigan Av. after Frosea Strawberry Dessert Any member interested in at over elected directors directors and seven will newly serve its regular meeting Mondaynight val committee meeting of 1965 and the site of the festivitiesthis
1 C. sifted flour tending should register in advance at the First Federal'sOsceola
writes this column has beena spending the summer in under Mrs. Duke, Del Heller, was held last Friday in the year will be the Little
with Mrs. Claude C.
patient in Kisilmme Medical Charleston, W. Va. i C. brown sugar vice president and Betty Law. Room. Mrs Peggy Osceola Room at First Federal League ball field and the
C. walnut Mershon, 8433 Pine Tree Road Edwards, president, conducted
Center for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Elam 1 chopped ton, treasurer with Mrs. Robert Larson presiding Youth Center In downtown
Orlando the 75centfee .
I C. butter, melted. enclosing the meeting.A
Mrs. Graham Hartwell and as general chairman. Kissimme
of West Palm Beach spent a At the board meeting Mrs.
and mentioning club affill.stion.
daughter Meg of Eau G.m.! with Mrs Mstti 2 egg white program "Open Your Other members of the com
few days Duke began to select chairmen A costume parade will beginat
.
luncheon of sandwiches "
1 C. A Mind to E. S. A. givenby ,.
was
mltte .
are visiting )lr. and Mrs. Wilson. sugar to serve on various committees were, Mr* Murray 0 4:30 and c.rnlvalactlYitle.
John E.. Carroll for, a few 2 C sliced fresh strawberriesor drink and dessert may be Mrs. Esther Dulgar and erstreet Jr., parade chairman;
and will
started future
Mn. Ellis F. Davis. has returned obtained at the club buildingfor thinking of go on continuously from
Mrs. Joan
Murphy
days this week. from a visit with her advertisement plans She is Mrs Jack Rooney, booth chair. 8 until 9 pan From 6:30 to
Miss Mary Scarff entertained daughter Marion Ellis Kral.j. 1 10-os. package frozen ones, an additional charge. planning an active installation Th Delta Alpha Chapterand man; Mrs Glen Haggard, food 7:30 in conjunction with the
partially thawed The tentative program Consists the Beta Nu Chapter are chairman Mrs. Ken Caldwelland
Mrs. Wm. I. Eager, Mrs.
., in Fayette. N. C. Mrs. celebration but does not have carnival a barbecued rib din.
Wm. Seckman Mrs. Bertha is recuperating froma 2 T. lemon juice of orchid corsage making, her plans ready for publica to be hostesses for a social to Mrs Byron Hileman, pris nor will be served.
Watkins, Mrs John E. Car. Kraljev : 1 C. heavy cream, whipped magic with paper, pine needle tion. be held In Kisslmme for the and decorating co-chairmen;
broken knee suffered three Tickets
roll, Mrs. Graham Hartwelland elf you use frozen berries, weaving, plastic fantasies and One of the busiest Central Star Council. Mem. Mr. Phil Benson, booth con. priced at 75 cent
months Mr. Davis joined personsIn and
ag* 11.60 will be availablefrom
hats Demonstrations ben from the Central Florida
reduce the to I eocropfa structlon and clean-up chair.
daughter Meg at luncheon sugar cup. town Pat Is ..ndman..r
Mr Davis two week owner
the home
Wednesday at Florida Colonial ago. Stir together the flour will include soils, Insects, con. of the Duchess Cafe Chapters are Invited to this man and Mrs. Robert McMil- room mothers
Manor. Gene Canal has entered brown sugar, nuts and melted tervation and junior gardening She writes news Items and Is event, which will\ be at the len, publicity later In October and can also

Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses G. Orange Memorial Hospital In butter. Spread evenly in a Ideas If possible, those inter.sted presently working on more Osceola Room Thursday, Sep. The date of the carnival, carnival.be purchased .the_ night of the

Miller have returned to their Orlando to undergo surgery. shallow baking pan. Bake at in making orchid corsages serious writing of great di Umber 23.Refreshment, sponsored by the Kisslmmee-
850 degree for 20 minutes should bring ribbon corsage mentions She is active In or. were servedto Thacker Avenue Elementary The next planning meeting
stirring once in awhile. Sprinkle tape and orchids, and ranisatlons and church work. the following members will be held September 24 at

only | of the crumb in a hose; Interested In cocropia Pat asks the support of .v. Mrs. Peggy Edwards, Mrs Rebekah the Osceola Room at 10 ajn.
13 x 9 r 2 inch' baking pan. hats should bring scissors, try business man and womanIn Judy Makinson, Mrs. Claudia Lodge

Combine egg white, sugar large eyed needle and white St. Cloud With the support Burton, Mrs. Mary Canada Will Host Meet Church Group Is
Mrs. Barbara Mrs.
Bishop
,
berries, and lemon juke in a thread, or a buckram bandeau. and help of city and county
Joan Godwin Mrs. EstherDulgar
large bowL Beat at high speed However, supplies will be officials this can be a big year'or Benevolent Rebekah Lodge Planning BazaarThe
J ; until stiff peaks form (about available for a small fee. the Chamber she said Mrs Joan Murphy, Number in St. Cloud will be
Mrs. Pat Keene, Mrs. Zo
10 min.). Fold in whipped "Plan now to do your shir" hosts for the next regular
Parrish Mrs. Barbara Patrick, Women's Associationof
r'1s meeting of District Number 10
mixture :
the
cream. Spoon over
Local Missionary Mrs. Joan Pennlngton, Mr*. St. Cloud Presbyterian
crumb and top with the remaining Deer Park Art Betty Putnam, Mr*. Sarah Sept. 27, according to Elda Church held Ita first fall meet.
't' crumbs. Freeze six Named in ListingA Bowen, Mrs. Cathy Brusso Lledy, Lodge number Ing In the church annex Wed
hours: or overnight Cut Into Classes Resume Mrs. Carol Blankenship, Mrs. The meeting will be at 8 nesday. "Fellowship of the
10 or 12 squares. Kissimmee woman, IDem.ber Tip Gephart and Mrs. Nancy p.m. in the I.O.O.F. HalL All Least Coin" was observed
In the winter my mother of the First Baptist Art classes at Deer Park demons. members and visiting Rebek. Th _
used to serve corn chowder andI Church and currently a missionary School were resumed Monday aha are invited.Homemaker. The procr.m141..10
Christian's
Calling was
I I think it Is one of my favorite In Bandung, Indonesia The classes, conducted: by
presented Mrs Dollie
soups, and very nourishing.Cora has been selected: for list. Pauline Chlsholm, are held Presbyterian Meet Brown. Refreshments by were
lug in the nee edition of each from
ChowderI Monday 1:30 to 3
served the social hour.
pound diced salt porkI Outstanding Young Women of p.m.i and will continue through Women to MeetThe Date Is during
ChangedThe Association members are
America the acboolear.
medium onions, dicedI :
September meeting of laying plan for the December
Mrs. Mary Lou Godwin Gen
potatoes, peeled and Extension Homemaker
the United Presbyterian Women ,
e'4 Bazaar and welcome donations -
try was among those chosen toe
Advisory Committee that
Adult Education will be held September 27 was of jewelry.
honored result of their
I k C water as a scheduled: for Sept. 17 has
at 8 in the Educational of the
p.m. Sunday, as a part
tjire .4 C. whole kernel corn contribution or achievements been changed, according: to
'
Classes PlannedThere Building of tb First Presby.torian morning worship .service officers
1 I qt. milkS Ia community, civic religious, Church. Miss Marilyn Dietrich, County of the Senior Youth

k ', tap salt deal business activities.:, professional or pol- will be a second meet Our leaders will be the mem. Extension Home Economics Fellowship will be installed
pepper to taste Womenof ig next Monday night, September ben of the Jr. and 8r. High. Agent
Fry pork until crisp: ; add Outstanding America is Young annual bio. 27 at 8 P-m. In the They are, Nancy Stark, Lynn Th new date will be Sept.
mions and cook until golden. aa of isceola High School Cafeteria Ribley, Teresa No, Linda 24 at 9.30 a.m. at the County Miss Marie King
Add and water. Sim.mer graphical compilation ap Thacker for the Agricultural '
potato on or. Caldwell and Sarah Bond. Building
about firs minute or na. proximately 6,000 young women anlsatlon of adult education Plans WeddingMiss
between the of 21 and
{ 11 tender. Add corn. Stir lafttt ages lasses. AU person who maybe
aa. Elks Club Plans Marie King\ and Joe
Scottish Rite to
aH and pepper. Heat un. interested are invited to
Mrs Lyndon B. Johnson Raulersoa will be'united In
Iii attend.
hot each
piping Sprinkle .
serves aa honorary chairman Meet October 1 Second ContestThe 7 30 ..
bowlful with a dash of papfta. marriage Friday at : pra.in
of r the board of advisory edi.
.This serves 8 to 8 hungry tore> for the publication. A LARGE AREA The Osceola: County Scot. Elk Club Shopping St. Cloud First Christian

n>iBiD INT HONORS P.-Mts. Becky Taylor. right ....... peopk. Local women's clubs A total of 15,600 square tlsh Rite Club will meet Oct.I. Spree Contest held at the annual Church.

dent of th* Beta Na chapter ..sHaa gtgtaa Alpha sorertty. throughout the nation are ask. iles-.n area three times the at 7 p... in the Old South Elk picnic was won by No formal tavitatj
was presented a gift from the rt ae* r by Mrs. Joann Bryant 81 HEADQUARTERS eel each year to submit nomU sine of Connecticut: included Dining' Boom of the St Cloud Jack Parcetica.: The shopping been sent but all f
vice prajUmt. ,The present was la recognition of Mia Tay- The American Water Ski ,,nations for the book. Each I in the Central and Southern Hotel, All members, their spree will be held again todayat j
tor't .sJfc> to tfc* orcaaiaatko, which will fc* cut atari due Association .has its headquar- year a different group of Florida Flood Control Di*> ladles and visiting member 10 .-... at the Wlan-Dixi relative of both faW i

.* karaaag ; *rriMge. (Photo by Bby) ten to Winter Hewn.lb young women is included. trio are invited Store. Spectators are invited. Invited to attend. H S \


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FOOT-The Gaiette, Kliilmmee, Florida, Sept. 23, 1965 FLORIDA TO: LOTTIB LEE Gardens
Orange
MORROW llll Contl Street New Get Greater With
Orleans Louisiana. NOTICB IS Impact

HEREBY GIVEN that Plaintiff
Legal Notices >a. Instituted salt for divorce Club
against you In the above styled Gazette Classified Display Bridge
Court and you are hereby *un>-

J NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Lot I a dletaac of Seventy moaed. ordered and required to.
file your written answer or d. Plans StirEnthusiasm
TAX DEUD to the Complaint filed lath ,
t NOTICB 1ST HEREBY GIVEN ; above styled cause In the Real Estate For Sale CLASSIFIEDAD
THAT D. P. BAKER the holder h with .n eaeement for
offIce of the Clerk of the CircuitCourt
of th. following certificate or Ingress and egress and other
certificate* bar filed .ald certificate public I beneficial' purpose*, for the Ninth Judicial Clr RATES
for a tax deed to b. leiued from the I land herein conveyedto cult of Florida In and for Oceo
I. County, at his offlc In the MOBILE HOME and lot. Buy
thereon. Th. certificate number Smith Street, and over a 5 cent per word, D. G. Bamferd 847-4811
and year of luuance. the decrlptlon trip of land III feet wide .Courthou In Kleslmmee, Fierila both at less than regular minimum 76 cents ,
of th. property, and the lying one-half North of and on or before the 4th day of trailer 847-5778. James Cooley who is aiding
Ph.
nam* In which It wa assessedar along. the South line of Lot 1 October thereof llll, and to serve a. payments. Classified Display (without in forming the Garden's Duplicate .
Plaintiffs attorney
a* follow: of eald Robert Bass Ind Addition copy on !
border)! centered 8 point
Certificate No. 44T.ar and one-half South of and whose name and address TWO HOUSES-. Three bedroom Bridge games II Ten

of leeuanc May II 11(1Description along the North line of said are to do set *out o. below Decree Should Pro Confesso you fall deluxe with air cond. and lines count ai 4 words; 14 pleased with the turnout at the

*f Property! Klsslm Lot I. will b* entered agalnet you. Wit. Two bedroom mod. point lines count ai 6 word; first meeting over twenty
m** View Unit B Blk I tat t You will notice equipment .
10 8_ II. Twp. It S, Rongs II E. hat the I 1 tmt.kf I. suit ness my hand-as Clerk of said ern. Large Iota, convenient financing 18 point lines count as 8 were present to discuss the
Court and Court
seal asH
:Wary Nam B.la WolfCertificate which .*.*..edl: against and for you Oeceola... the County Circuit, Florida CourtIn at Klaslmmee.the Oeceola.f County.rwda. Call Klssimmee 847- word., 24 point lines count M formation of a club. A date of \

No. TI to quiet the title In the : thIs list day of Auguat. 2270 or 8474483. 12 word September 29, 7:30 p.m. at the

Tear Description of Issuance of Property May II: .Marydl tilt plaintiff,. to the above deecribedproper (CT.: CT. SEAL) PHONE 8471811 Community House was set for

Blk II Lot II Bee. 10 Twp. II 8. hereby required to 5/ GLENN RAT InstructionLEARN DEADLINETUESDAY the first game of the season.It \
Clerk'
fIoou.rr.d. Circuit Court
Rene II B.Nam ** to the above Osceola Florida NOON is hoped that many more interested -
.......01 County,
In which : action with the Clerk of the .
Willie Ma Collier above styled Court and to serve Murray W. Overstreet. Jr.Attorney BARBERING residents will come

Certificate No. Ill a copy of the same upon W. J. for PlaintiffP. Insure your future In a well- out for this came night everyone
Tear of leeuanc May II 1KI Heed, 411 First Federal Build- a Box TIOKlaslmmee Real Estate For Rent ,
Description of Property High log, attorney for plaintiffs, on or Florida paying profession. Day and Is welcome. '-

Prairie Bee B Blk 101 Lot T Bee before September 17, U... Here. Sept 8. I, 11 II. llll night classes. V. A. approved. Mrs. Otto Brlnker. presidentof
RanIS E.N.m. In fall decree .... LARGE NEW TRAILER. San
II. Twp. II a not or a pro c. Orlando Barber College the Past Chiefs Club of,
In which assessed: 'esso will b* entered againsty0IN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Mobile Park. Phone 84101211-
BloeeoM Tr. Gleaners No. 2 Or.I
Ella SmithCertificate OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA SS9 8. Orange Temple .

No. ll' WITNESS WHEREOF I NO. S7I1 GA 55S7EDUCATIONAL lando entertained at a luncheon -
Tear of ".u.nce May II. lilt have hereunto set my hand and STAN BARBER ,CAPITOL MOTEL.CIes. ,
Deacrlptlon of Property: High affixed my official seal at Kl.. Plaintiff overnight rooms. Kitchenette twelve Past Chief recent

Prairie Bee B Blk I OR Lot I See.II. Immee, Oaceola County, Florida V8 OPPORTUNITY ly.
Twp. II 8. Rant II B.Nam his tith day of August, I"'. FOR MEN'" BAHNIMO"' LHSS apartments and trailer paces.
In which; assessed: GLENN RAY MRS.TINNY 1r.uTH. also known a* THAN .1.... ran MONTh Highway 441. Phone 847-434L K,.. Kenneth Shirley served

Cordelia B. Rltter. et al Clerk of the Circuit Court Defendant You should be investigating auto Burriu. a delicious luncheon for her
occident. and other loss claims A. G.
Certificate No. 114 (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
NOTICB OF SHERIFF'S SALE for' insurance adjustingfirm*. sister Grace McChrisman, and
Year of Issuance May II. III By / / Marjorie R Hay NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN
Description of Property: High W. J. SteedOf THAT i. ROBERT ... BUCK ELS, Expenses paid and ear furnished. THREE ROOM apartment air a friend Eloise Axford, both
Prairie Bee F Blk Ill Lot I Bee.II. Bleed, Urban *. Collln W* train you at home la your
Sheriff ., Oaceola County, Florida conditioned. Main floor, of Coronado Pines another
Twp. II 8. Ran e II E. .II First Federal Building par* time and give tree placement ,
under of the
Nam In whic'h assessed: Orlando. Florida udgment; and and execution by Virtue hereto- service yon kp tour Screened porch: carport, 1006 friend, Loene Stoer of Lees-

R. B. Asherlan Attorneys for Plaintiffs fore Issued out of the above ... present job until ready to .w Emmett. Inquire Moorefield burg Mrs. Elsie Kelton and
Pick location mn are FINISHES COURSE-Sgt Carl Holloway Kissimmee Police
your ;
All of said property being In the Aug. II, Sept I. t, II. II..llll titled court In the above styled ,
needed almost vrywhr" For Apartment 847-45S7. Mrs. Duanna Cowden of the
County of Oaceola State of FlorlUnles I cause, wherein said plaintiff recovered personal Interview In this area i Department accepts his diploma from Mayor Russell Thacker

do. .uch certificate or eertl NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATIONFOR DEED judgment against said to see If you can qualify I for thl LAKESIDE APARTMENTS Gardens were also present after successfully completing a Northwestern University

flcatea shall b. r.deem.d accordIn NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN of defendant IIIO.l plu In the Interest aggregate and costs um, pclallsd trainingwrit* at one New low and Mrs. Dorothy Stambaugh Traffic Institute) course, Supervision of Police Personnel.
yearlyrates.
to: summer
to law the'property describedIn THAT CARRIE ALLEN OANT have had Mr. and Mrs. Joe Freemanand
such certificate or certificates the holder of the following cerIflcates described levied real upon estate the, lying following and NORTH AMERICAN CLAIMS $W.OO and up. Air conditioning with (Photo by Eby)
TH A IK I NO DIVISION daughters visiting
will be sold to the highest bidderat have filed said certlfl- .
the Court House Door on the rates for a tax deed to be Issued being o-wlt In Oeceola County, Florida MM a a.I Bayaaid AT... optional 311 Monument her a week ago. Dorothy drove

first Monday In the month ofOctober. thereon. The certificate number : Denver C4rade .SOM An.THREE .
Life Interest of Tinny Smith. all of these folks to Lido County Agricultural Agent
id. which I. the 4th and year of issuance the decrlptlon /. Tsnnl M. Smith I a/k/a
day of October lli. of the property, and Mrs./ Roy Smith and all rents. Services For Sale LARGE clean rooms, Beach, Sarasota, for a week's

Dated thl list day of August the names In which It was a*. Income. Issue and profits of stay Beta,'. havoc made quitean
screened porch: first floor. Circle
I. eased are as follows to
and from certain Speaks Daylily
.U.OLENN RAY Certificate No. II land In Oaceola that County parcel, Florida of DEEP WELLS drilled; op to By the year. 607 W. Mabbette, Impression on the children,
Clerk of Circuit Court.Oseeola Year of Issuance May IT till this their
being first encounter
.
Florida. more particularly described a* 150' deep, for only $395, everything Mn. Lena Hunt.
County I escrlptlon of Property: Marydla
Sept 1, I. u. II 11(1 Blk II Frae lot II Sec. 11, Twp.I follow: furnished, nothing with hurricane devastation. County Agricultural Agent: Mn. Francis Mun"w..unable .
II E. W H of NW U" of SB U' less CLEAN ONE BEDROOM fume Mrs. sister and .James Smith conducted to
8. Range rC of way) that part of down, $13.75 month. Call Long Stambaugh's a attend.

NOTICE TO DEFEND lame David In AllenCertificate which assessed N.4-rllht U of 8W *{ lying wood 838-4393 or writ Wells, iihed cottage. Adults only. husband, Mr. and Mrs. WalterD. question and answer session at II At the conclusion of the I'
IN THE COURT OF
CIRCUIT
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT No. IT 8W East u of, less road road S H right of NE of: U way of, Box 3011, Long-wood, Fla. 408 S. Clyde Aveune. Church Bradenton, were the first fall meeting of the program the business meeting

IN AND FOR COUNTY Tear of Issuance May 17 11(1 SB!: U"' of BW U' lee road right also in the group at the beach. Daylily Circle of Kissimmee was continued wit roll

FLORIDA.OF OSCEOLA.In Chancery.STATE ELOU-OF Ascription Blk II Lot of I Sec Property 10, Twp.: Marydla II 8, of of BW way,K and lyingEast that. part of of rood,SW U In" Wanted Articles For Sale Sympathy .is extended to Garden Club last Wednesday.The '. call, showing ,... -

EBETE 'RIC. Plaintiff, vs. Rang It E. Section" I, Township IS South Mrs. Hallee Reynolds in the session was held at the ben present and reports from
Name In which assessed
NOTICE LEE HEMRIC TO bEFEND.The JR De.fondant. David Alien : Range Florida.This .IOEast> Oeceol County, COUPLE-Rent for earetaklng- 865 DIAL-A-MATIC ZIG ZAG recent death of her husband. home of Mn. Duncan McFar- committee chairmen. Mn. j

State of Florid. to ROBERT All of said property being In thnCounty I I. that cam property described of private residence. Local CONSOLE CABINET Folks here In the Gardens land in Renee Terrace. Miles Shar announced that I,

are hereby LEE!: notified H-EMRIC that JR.a suit You of Oeceola, State of Flori.do. In that certain Warranty character references. Phone towing machine make buttonholes hope Mn. Reynolds 'will soon Smith answered questionson the arranging workshopIn

In equity for divorce has been Unless such certificate or certlIcates .. of Deed love given and affection In consideration and 847-2266. sews on buttons, darns, be feeling much better. toil preparation, mulching, August was a tremendous "

brought airalnst you by ELOU. to law shall the b* redeemed described..ccord.In. recorded In Official Records embroiders makes Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Nelson pest control, nematode control \eeell with 48 people participating t
I8E HEMRIC In th Circuit property monograms, ,
Court of the Ninth Judicial* Circuit In eueh certificate or certiticotes Book Public III Record, page 117-11 of Oaceola of the Help Wanted decorative designs, blind hems, have returned from a trip to for roses and camelia care. in the workshop and 1 t

In and of for County of Osceola .will t the,b*Court sold to Hous the highest Door on bidder the County, Florida. and uses twin needle Assume Berwick, Pennsylvania, where One point brought out was attending the lecture on

Slat Florida and you are first Monday In the month ofOctober as the property of the above they visited with I relatives that nitrate of soda Is good scaping.
hereby summoned, ordered and ; named defendant and that on Housewives '18 a month payments or pay I ,

required to file your written llll, which. I I. the 4th the llth day of October 111.. beween balance of $69. Will take older : their sons, one In Springfield, for root and stem growth Members accepted with regret
day of October 1111.Dated HOUSEWIVES do want
anewer filed or def.n.e.herein to again the Complaint yeu this Hat day of August th. legal hour of sale time work, without you leavng machine as part payment. FULLY I Pa. and one In Rahway, N. J. whereas potash is needed for the resignation of circle
o'clock
namely, 11.00
: noon on part
.nth. above entitled cause, In J'll aid day at the front door of th* McCall GUARANTEED Can be The trip was especially enjoy fruit production, so a balance chairman Mrs. Steve _Miller, q

the office of the Clerk of the GLENN RAY Court House In Osceola CountyFlorida your home Corpor. able for grandma and grand of the two is A who has moved from the state.
necessary. very
Clerk of circuit Court In Write SEWING ,
Circuit Court In and for O.ce.'l* I will offer for sale an4sell ation has opening for refined, seen your area. :
Osceola County Florida Hubert the small amount of fertlllaerIDal' Mn. McFarland elevatedto
d.h In was recipientof
County Office the highest bidder for MACHINE Box 1060 B pa. was
Bept 8. 1. II. II HIS to settled lady to call our explra- ,
the Courthouse In Jdsslmm ,
ash, In hand the above d- Iiilmmee Gazette for free a birthday gift a table for be applied monthly but chairman.
Florida on or before the 11th dy ions on McCall's and Redbook I'
scribed property, a property
NOTICE OF APPLICATION connecting his projector equipment general fertilizing should not
of OCtober. A.D.. "15. and to of said defendant :0t satisfy sold Magazines each month. 011.partl' home Inspection. NO OBLIGA. -
serve a copy of such answer Clrdefen. FOR TAX DEEr xerutlon. TION. for showing his slides. be done after October 15th, Rank and
... NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN eisentlaL
THACKER andTHACKER telephone Write
upon Plaintiff 1 THAT' COR1NNB JACKSON the WITNESS my name a* Sheriff a* Rev. D. Coo Love united in and never too close to the lleri

dr.tor; holder of the following certlflatee aforesaid at Klselmmee, Florida, riving qualifications and phone AW
ney herein whoa* on this llth day of September SEVERAL THOUSAND seven marriage a Kiislmmee couple plant. Badge I
have filed said number G. C.
certificate to Russell 8370
Box 117. Kleslmmee, Florida on ,
or before said date a-required for a tax deed to be issued there- A.D. IllS.ROBERT<< foot heart cypress fence post. who came to him, David Ham. Grass clippings are an ideal

by law. If you fall t. do co. a on. The certificate number and SHERIFFOSCEOLA: M. BUCKEL8 I Peachtree Rd. N. E. Atlanta, Thirty-five cents each. Morlng mer and Wilma Humble. mulch and available after each Given ,

Deere agalnat Pro Confaao for will be relief entered of yeare' the of property Issuance and the the description name In COUNTY, FLORIDA Georgia. Pure Service, Box 6. Branson, George Bamford and friend mowing, but black plastic m.l'be t'Scout
you tji*
demanded In the Complaint.I which It woe assessed are a* fol.Certificate BY CARL A. JOHNS D a I Florida. Phone 489-2203. Bud Reagan ,of Mont Verde used if it does not interfere Rank a .
Sept. II, II ,'0. Oet 7. IllS Business
low.: awards wen presented to 18 I
WITNESS my hand aa Clerkof spent several days camping with watering.
.
aald Circuit Court of O.ceolol I Tear of las No. I II IN THE! and To detect such members of Bay Scout Troop
County Florida and the seat of uance May llll COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT OpportunitiesSPARE fishing along the Gulf pests ae

caid Court at Kleslmmee, Osceola Description of Property R. Baa OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA.NO. October, llll, or a* soon thereafter Coait.Mrs'. mites, red spider or aphid, the 291 Tuesday night at a Court
County State of Florida on Add Blk CI B 10' of EH. 80 II, 111 aa the matter may be heard of ,Honor held at the OseeolaCounty
the 1th day ., September, A.D., Twp.Name II K. Range I* K. IN RE ESTATE OF CLYDE: O. TIME and considered..at Its office In Isabel C. Lehr is wished gardener, should have at leasta
l's'. In which aseessedl BATEMAN EXTRA INCOMEI! the Courthouse In Klsslmmee, ten Court Housi.Presenting .
CIRCUIT: COURT SEAMs A. B. Bacot Bet JR. Deceased. "get well". soon. She fell power magnifying glaaa.
NOTICB Olti Florida, determine whether or the awards
/ / OLKNN RAT Alt of cold property being In theounty INTENTIONTO Competent man or woman In. Small ones be purchasedIn were
MAKE I not the County of Osceola will and broke ,a leg bon, and>U may
ef APPLICATION Scoutmaster, : .
CLERK OF THE Oaceola, Btat tf Vlorl Craig Assistant
FOR DIOCHARGE'CERN tenited in making now and disclaim and 'for B.
da FINAL money renounce any In the.Medical Center of,Kis- 'on."doun--qvntel
CIRCUIT. County COURT Florida 47nleaa such certificate or certi.ricates WHOM '}T, M-'f: <>N. and in the future to refill and all Oscsola.right and a title political of the aubdlvlalon Countyof slmmee.Mrs. ,,- on Scoutmaster I Collins .

THACJCrRc and THAChERKiseimmee. to law shall the be redeemed Occord.log : NOTICE!: IS HEREBY: GIVEN collect money from our new of the Slat of Florida, and James D. Spence 'en Smith .tu t fact that and Tp' e.mltt

Attorney for Plaintiff In such certificate property described that Voateal O. Batemaa baa super coin operated dlspensen. of the public. In and to the portion we C1mn Ka.l.r.
Florida or certificateswill of road street In Osceola tertained five guests from .dnnta.
filed her final return .. administratrix or merit
'Sept. I, II. II. '0. llll the b*Court sold to the highest bidderat of the Estate of Clyde O. No soliciting original accountsas bounty, Florida, particularly decrlbed Lakeland all formerly residents of the University s receiving
House Door badges Tom
first on the Bateman, Jr., deceased that she route Is established by us. a* follow, to-wltt laboratory : for soil were Derryberry,
IN THE Monday In the month of A strip of land 110 feet In' of Schenectady: N. Y. re.earc:1. Charles Collins
has filed Petition for Final Die.harre Reginald
October lilt To for testing'and how
to
which I Is qualify and Mel
the 4th proflta ownership
COUNTY JUDGES COURT day of and that she will applyo width each aide of the following On Tuesday of this week she eplaind .
OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. Dated this October 1X6. the Honorable 0. P. Johnson, you must have 600.00 described lIne From the take samples: In testing soil .
list day of entertained at lunch Mr. and
NO. III. hIS. August bounty Judge of Osceola County, to 1900.00 to invest and 6 to northwest corner of th* NE4 from the lawn take cme-by- ten, William Derryberry,
IN RE: ESTATE OF VIOLA of Section 10 II Mrs. Frank ,
? GLENN Florida, on the llth day of October Township Green of the Gardens Charles John Guelde
RAT 10 hours weekly. For Interview six inch samples from ... Brlin
O TEWK8BURY. Dereaeed. Clerk llll for approval of same South Rang II East, Oscsola "
NOTICE!: OF INTENTION TO Osceola of County Circuit Court Florida.Sept and for final discharge a* ,Ad.mlnl.tr.trlll write Interstate Merchandisers: County, Florida, run South. receently returned froma areas in the yard, mix .n and .
MAKE APPLICATION FOR along the west line of said trip north bringing back
of the estate of Second awards wentto
FINAL DISCHARGE I. I, II 11,.llll Clyde O, Batsman, Jr., deceased Rochester: Minnesota. Include NEH 1401II feetl run thenceS with them Mn. T. W. Ewles together In a bucket and send Ce

TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON.' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT This Ith day of September A.D.: phone. IfMI'IO"; E, 1II.T feet to thswesterly one pint of the mixture to the WaU., Richard
CERN: OF THE NINTH .ca. right of way line of also a gueit Mrs. Ewles will Hunt Michael .
JUDICIAL lab in brown
that NOTICE Murray IB W.HEREBY GIVEN CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 5/ VO8TEAL O..::J.EMANAdmlnl.tr.trlll the Turnpike Road Interchange: ; Access be returning to her home soon. Flower bed a paper bag. Moore, Gphr and
Overstreet. Jr OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA Voeteal O. ; said point being the samples should be Jaekl ICuDl
ha. filed hi. final report a* An.ciliary IN CHANCERY NO. Toil of the Estat of loners, at his office In the point of W I nl.n; thence Mr. and Mrs. Newton Olsonspent kept separate and labeled.Anal.I. John Xeller.
Administrator C.T.A. of Clyde 0. Bateman Jr., deceased, N IIMI'IO" W., to two months in Sturgis
IN RE: THE ADOPTION OF Courthouse In Klsslmmee, Florlla. Flnt Class rank was presented
the Estate of should be returned
Viol Q. Tewka.bury Murray W. Overelreet Jr. the easterly right of way line
RICHARD DAVID Delivery la to b* mad to the S.
:
D.1.ltlnc with their
deceased; that he has BURRIER BARBARA Attorney for Administratrix Osceola County Barn at Klsslm.me of the Red Simpson Road, within one week with recommendations. to Charles McCain.
filed petition for final die.charge. ANN R P. O. Box 710 Park Florida. All bid shall The said portion of road or daughter, Mn. Morris C. Hal- Star Scout rank went to
and that h. will apply Kiaslmmee. Florid.Bept. set forth the approximate d- street lies outside the corporatelimits lock. The Olson's .
also
to the Honorable O. P. Johnson ROSE TlAERIUllA'itVir.R II, 11. 80. Oct. 1. llll lIvery date.All of any municipality in O- enjoyedbeing Charles Beri
As they arrived at Wednesday's
County! Judge of Oeceola our and VICKI LYNN bid shall b* clearly ceo I. County, Florida. with the three granddaughters. Life was awarded .
ty. Florida on the NOTICE: TO BIDDERS Person Interested may appear meeting, guests wen
.pprov.r BURRIER minors marked on th. outald nvelopen to Reginald Collins who
October lift, for of BT: DENVER THOMPSON NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the followingmanner, to-wlt and b* heard at th* time andplace served brunch Mn. Ed ,
:
same and for final discharge aa NOTICE TO APPEAR to all Interacted bidder that the SEALED BID FOR NEW llll above aped fled, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith by all was recipient: ,of theMarksmanship
Ancillary Administrator C.T.A. TO FRED Board of County Commissioner TANDEM AXLE BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMIIONERS Whaley and Mn. McFarland,
of the Eatat : MARVIN BURRIER TRUCK. TO BE were called to Kensington Merit Badge.
of Viola Q. Tewk Address of Osceola will OPENED OCTOBER ....." OP who the business
Unknown &csanrd.F : 4, presided at
bury deceased. : ::rl" Collins
receive OSCEOLA FLORIDA Maryland was one of four from
\ YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 11.01: Immediately following the COUNTY a week ago to attend
.TMUR'RA'T'W.' *"""<. "". that a Petition hoe been filed In A.M., October 4, llll for the purchase time above shown, the proposalsreceived (SEAL the funeral of their meeting. After devotlonals by among tOm 1,600 attending -
of on* (1) heavy duty 17- By ./ TOM BUMBT Mn. Don Far- lout
the Circuit
OVERSTREET JR. Court of the Ninth will b* publicly opened brother-in-law Alden Brow Mn Camp, this
Chairman
ton crawler
Judicial Circuit, In and for Oeceo.la crane dragline with and read. Phillips. land
Ancillary Administrator C.T.A. full I one (1)) cubic yard draglineucket Sept. It till new m.mber summer to earn the badge.
County The County reserves the right ,
of the Estat of Chancery Mr. and Mn. Frank Green
ll'i
: : avdR I Mn. William
Specifications
> be '
Viola O. Tewksbury No. TOI1 THOMP- may koi to reject any and all bids and towaive rak. In..ame. Special Mile Swim awards
deceased tamed from Glenn NOTICB OF ELECTIONTO
BON for the adoption of RICH. Ray, formalities, enjoyed a three-month trip to Smith .
Sept. I. I. II. II. IMS ARD DAVID BURRIER BARRA. the Board of County Comrnls.sioners BOARD OF COUNTY WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: East Tawas Lake Huron. .am. were presented to William
RA ANN BURRIER ARLETTE at his office In the COMMISSIONERS OF Pursuant to Section 5I.h Florl.a on Hughey, and Mrs. Fraser Ronald
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT BURRIER, ROSE MARIE Courthouse In Klaslmmee, FIori..a. OSCEOLA COUNTT. FLORIDA Statute notice I I. hereby Wallls. Another member Hemmenway,
BUR. new
OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL RIER: and VICKI LYNN BUR Delivery I I. to b* mad to (SEAL) given of an election to b* held on Charles Berlin and Reginald

CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR RIER. minor, by the Petitioner, the Osceola County Barn at Klalmmee *. By aTOM BUMBT Tuesday, October 11. till for the Collins.

OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA. DENVER THOMPSON, and Park Florida. All bide Chairman purpose of ceoT.hr:11(I) Legal Notices All bid
IN you shall supervisors for shall b* clearlymarked Skip Collins
CHANCERY NO. Ton are required I to serve a copy ol set forth th. approximate Sept. II 11, llll on the outside envelope W Iue A
FRED Water Conservation District for
RICHARD. et al.. your Answer or objection delivery .t. a Tenderfoot
Plaintiff, how cause why Petition should to All bids shall b* clearly NOTICE OF PROCEEDINGS terms of four (4) years each. bide shall sst forth the approximate In"SEALED the fallowing BID laa..+ o.wlt Sut.

-v_ be attorney for marked on the outside envelop" FOR THE CLOSING OF ROAD The following. polling places) delivery date. Troop plan
JAMES: (RUBBER) SMITH et al! Petitioner,S'M BRETT In the following manner (o.wit: TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: will b* open on election day beween All bid hall b* clearly AIPHAL TO.....BB OPENED OC ned an overnight trip
Defendant. Attorney at Law II South "SEALED BID FOR CRAWLER YOU WILL TAKB NOTICE the hour of I:00 A.M, and marked on the outside envelope epl
Mag. Immediately following the time this Au-
SUIT TO QUIET TITLE nolla, Orlando Florida and file CRANE DRAGLINE TO BB!: hat the Board of County Commissioner ':.00 .iCounty In the following manner to-wlt above 'k.nd Cmp
NOTICE OF SUIT the original In the office, of the OPENED OCTOBER I, UK." I of Oeceola I County, Agricultural 0.r Cr;: *- 'SEALED BID FOR DIEhEt' OIL solved *: publicly* proposals I : tl'.Pou near .
THE STATE OF simmee. Florida and TO BB OPENED OCTOBER 4 i\otb
FLORIDA TO Clerk of the Circuit Court In and i Immediately following the Florida upon sworn petition ofqualified and read.The :
James (Bobber) Hmlth and for Osceola County Florida, on time above shown, the propoaalsreceived land owner, will at edo Feed Store Kleelmmee, Flor- ....." .
Beatrice Smith his wife whos. or before the llth day of will b* publicly openedand 11:00 o'clock A.M. on the 4th day Ida. Immedlately'follawlng the Urn the IN /
October
to reject any and all bids and to JS 1 MNU
residence I. Ill Bermuda read. All qualified elector residing above shown. th proposals received -
Avenu A.D. HIS.Herein of October llll, or a* soon thr. waive formalities.BOARD .
Klislmmee, Florida The County Reserves the right within the District hall b* sllglil will be publicly openedand IP
; Dorothy fall.. not or a Decree after a* the matter may b* heard OF COUNTY HAY T
IIrun..r andRo.coe Bruan.r. her Pro Confesso wllb.. enteredagainst l to reject any and all bid and and considered at its offlc In to vots. Qualified elector a. read. COMMISSIONERS
husband whose realdenc la Til you.WITNESS. to waive formalities. the Courthouse In Klsslmmss used herein Include tnoee. persons The County reeervee the right OF I .
OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA Year 4S hash e< eey OeUkrlu
Bermuda Avenue Klsslmmee. hand. and BOARD OF COUNTY Florida, determine whether qualified to vote In general t. reject any and all bid and to
my or (SEAL) fTCH-MS-NOT deees la* Net
Florida Ida Ma Johnson : JoT: COMMISSIONERS OF election under the constitutionand waive formalltlea.
;
and aid Court In Klaslmmee, not the County of Oaceola will sad berate*. Aelleeptle *,>!* kills
Ben Johnson, her husband whos Florida this' OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA vaoat and statute of Florida who ore BOARD IF COUNTTCOMMISSIONERS' .
Ind abandon healte Peas
day of as a publlo By TOM BUlLET er-e *
reeldence, I I. lot count'b (SEAL) landowner within the, district OF =
Alma St.. Kl* llll. road or street and renounce and Chairman I tenet iwh. '
m.. Immee, Florida: Queen Eater S.Nt'R1f' By aTOM BUllET disclaim any and all right and named abov OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA Sept. 11 10. llll reeaea. .",= :
Wllkerson and Wll. CLERK ("lR uIT COURT Chairman title of the County of Oeceola L. M. Holllngsworth, (SEAL) _ _
a kerson, her husband whos rssldenoe NINTH JUDICIAL Sept. 1*. Il. .... subdivision of the state, apolitical Administrator

: I I. R.F.D. Marion County OSCEOLA COUNTY CIRCUITb of Florida, and of the pUblic In Slat SoilCons.rvatlon By. TOM BUMBT

a and whose mailing: address I. Rt. BT /a/ Sue D. Fletcher NOTICE TO BIDDERS and to the portion of road Board Chairman
or
0 I, P. a Box II, Ocala, Florida; NOTICB 18 HEREBY GIVEN street In Oeceola County, Florida, Sept II, 10, llll I Bept It. 10, llll
S Roe Smith, a widow, whose real (CIRCUIT Jk.fIL) to all Interested bidder that the more particularly described ai Luxury Home
S dene, I. 1111 East Columbus Bept I, II, 11, '0. llll Board of County Commissioner follow, to-wlt: NOTICE TO BIDDERS IN THE
0 Drive, Tampa Florida:; Julia Cox: of Oeceola County. Florida, willreceive A strip of land lie feet la NOTICB IS HEREBY! GIVEN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
a and Leigh Cox. her to all interested bidder that th* OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA.NO. .
husband, IN THE!: sealed bid until II-I: width each aide of the follow. -
S whoa. residence I. llll Aliamanda COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.. A. M. October 4, hIll for the Ins described line Board of County Commlceloaer* S855. '

U C Avenue Tampa. Florida; OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA. purchase of one (1) new llll at a point ",." feet Beginning north of of receive Ocola sealed County blda Florida, will IN RE: ESTATE OF : 3 BR-2 Baths
Handy Charlea Smith NO. 1017 model fl.t bed truck with minimum the southeast until 15:00 JAMES ELMER DOUGHTY
-.r corner of the
hi* wife, I* llll IN RE: BBTATB OF ".00' pound 0 V.W.ra. southwest A-M, October 4. llll, for IIIO Doaed.
corner of flection II,
finished
Geneva Detroit. ton of Urn rock foruss NOTICE OF INTENTION
Michigan) Maml ETHEL A. WILLIAMS, ting. Specification may be obtained Townehlp II South Ran14
Smith widow whose rest Deceased.NOTICB. from Glenn Ray, Clerk ol East by the Oeceola County blood TO MAKE APPLICATIONFOR
5 dines I* ksot 71th St., Tampa TO CREDITORS the Board of County Commleelon aid Osceola < tt..1"1 .. and Urldg Department,lIto b* de FINAL DISCHAROB 15 Glendale Drive
point belnaon couth.rly
e Florida; Eatelle Klncey and Mar. TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGA. era, at his office, at the Court livered *lt* Ernest TO ALL, WHOM IT MAY CONCERN .
'le1..1.
right of way lln* of tb.8ua.b'a. In ......
tin Klncey her husband, whoee TEEN, DISTRIBUTEES, AND house In Klsslmmee, Florida. Street Florida. All :
S reeldence, I I. lltl Slater Avenue, ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS Delivery I la to b* made to the State Parkway: run set forth the approximate NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
e Compton. California Daniel Wil Osceola thence South 110.11 feet alone delivery date. That .".1). L. Brucker has filed
: OR DEMANDS County Barn at Klaalmme CB &
AOAINST SAID roof
: liam and Florence Williams. his I ESTATE: Park Florida. All bid shall the east line of ealdJSWH, to All bids shall be clearly her final return a* AdmlaUtra- tH city water sewer

a wife whoee reeldenc, 1* III W. YOU AND EACH OF YOU ar* set forth the approximate dell. the north line of Section I*. marked on the outtld. envelop trig of the Estate of J.... Elmer .
S Ill St, no. I E., New York NewS hereby notified and required topresent cry date. Township II South Ran re I* In th* following m..rl.to.wltl Doughty, deceased) that she
York Claris Warren. a single claim which All bIds shall b* clearly Heat; run thence South itll$ -SEALED! BID FOR FINISHED has flloT petition for final dl*.
any
woman, who* residence. I* 111 you marked on the outside feet along the north-eanth LIMB ROCK TO BB OPENED: charge and that she will applyto
W. Ill fit ".. I B., New York |1, or.I: tth.h..trr:, of may Ethel have A< In the following! manner envelope to-wftt Section quarter section lIne of aU OCTOBER 4. llll." the Honorable 0. P. Johneoa. .Large living room fireplace, screened

New York Ossls Smith. and Cell William I deceased, late of Oece. "SEALED!: BID FOR ONE NEW 10 to the point of curve. Immediately following the time County Judge of O* eota County,
Smith,lbl'tI whose residence ola County.. Florida, to lbs. Coun Ills MODEL FLAT BED TRUC,. of a oo- curve to the rights abov ahown, the proposals* re- Rorlda. en the llth day of Octo- porch big tree
having a central anile 87 eelved will b* publicly opened ", for approval of
.
I $ Avo. Apt. T, New ty Judge of said county at his TO BB OPENED OCTOBER ; and Ir same o
York. New York and all persons office In the Courthouse 1...." lllf'l run thane abet aU and read. I final discharge as ad-
a artificial at Xis.cimmee curve 744.. feet to the point ef County reserves the right : alnletretrlx of the estate
natural or having or Florida, within six cal Immediately following the toT *f .Terrono floors bleached
: tangent run thence S iVll'lo" reject and all bid James cherry
..1.1..1. to have aey rlallt. title ndar month from the del. 01 time above ehown the proposal W. ... : any an< to Elmer Doughty deoeased. ,
"
feet the waive formalities. beptember
to northerly This 17U day of
or interest I. lands Involved ,
a I. the first received will b
publication of this no. : publicly openedand right of line Hl BOARD OF .. .. c.
0 thl* ult situate lying and being Ito.. Bach claim or demand must read. way of u_& h- COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS A.D. I.I
l In OIIeeola Couaty, Florida d*. be In must state theplace The County reserve the right way The 4411 OFOSCEOLA EVELYN: BRUCKBR
a crlbod a* fellows: of r..fd..e. to reject and said portion of road or COUNTY FLORIDABy Evelyn L. Breaker
of the claimant any all bid and to
Street lies outelde the corporal (aLU.) Administratrix of the Estate f .Heat freezer.
I' Beginning; at the Southwest and b* aworn t* by the claimant waive formalltlea. limit ef pump Ieo
, corner .f Lot Two (!) of Rob- hi* agent or attorney, or BOARD OF COUNTY Oeola County any municipality Florida. In TOM BUlLET James deceased.Elmer Doughty,
art Bass' Weoond Addition, ao. the will become COMMISSIONERS OF
to the Plat thereof sasti void ac. OSCEOLA' Pereoa Interested may appear Chairman, Murray W. Overetreet. Jr. woM
cording on cording to law. COUNTY. FLORIDA
: file In the office of the Clerk Thl lIst day of August llll (SEAL) and b* heard at the, time andplace Sept It, I.. nil Attorney for Administratrix: 'Dr. cCtt.1 fo

V of Circuit Court. Oeceola County / HORD H. WILLIAMS BY ./ TOM BUllET BOARD above *"'*411 fled NOTICE Boa Tie
TO BIDDERS'
or COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS ClMlmmee, Florida by appt. only.
FIoHdai Run thence Bastalonr Hord Chairman
: H. Williams. OP NOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVEN I* Oct. f $3.00. .
Sept. II. 14. llll
South of said
Executor till
the .IJ"* of the Estate of Sept II It. LA COUNTY FLORIDABy to all interested bidder that the
,
C Lot I a dlatanee Two Hundred A. Williams deceased
Board of
(8IUL County Commissioners
Mu"h. ) NOTICE TO BIDDERS
I C Fifty Flv (til) feet the W. Overstreet, Jr. > NOTICE 'J'O BIDDERS: ./ TOM BUllET of Oeceola Florida, will NOTICE IS HEREBY: OWEN FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS
of .r..u.rd.
, : point of beginning the land Attorney for Executor NOTICE 18 hEREBY GIVEN Chairman receive : until lOOS: to all Interested bidder that the
herein dewrlbedj nun thence P. O. Box Ill, Klsslmmee, Fla.. to all interested bidder that the Bspt $" llllNOTICB A.M. October 4. llll. for ..... Board of County Commissioners
North dlstaao of 154.1. feet Sept. I. I, II II. Ill. Board of County Ommleeioaen w.llo.. more or lean, 01 diesel of Oeceola Florida, will
to the North lIne .< cold Lot I; of Oes.ola Couaty Florida. wilt OF PrtOCBBDINOS oil for receive sealed.IIrd. until 10:00 INC.
I k Run thenoe Weet along the IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE receive sealed blie until 11:0 FOR THE CLOSING OF ROAD Artbropod .t..Dt.J8crf A. M. October 4. U... for die( ,

a North lice. cOuld Lot I dl*. I NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF A. M., October 4, till for the *9 WHOM IT MAT CONCERN! eations may be obtainad f rem tons of type. I asphalt, for use b]'
S .... of Seventy
S South a distance of LA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. DI. tandem axle with that the Board County Coin.eniseioners Ceaaty Commissioner, at his *f. Bridge Department, to be ..Uf.. Ytee at
U .'1.:1 the South line of VORCB. L. O. MORROW Plaintiff minimum 45 SOd pound.O' V. W of OuoeelnVennt fie In the Courthouse in Klsslm. red to lob site o* Lraest.5tj'.et 1
: aid said Robert Baneled i vereue LOTTIB LEE MOB.RO1W rating Specification be *btalaed ; Florida, upon ef .vaJ nee, Florida. Delivery it to be la KlMTams Florida. All bids
Addition, R..<*h* o* East Defendant. NOTICB TOD8END from Glenn Hay Clark 01 fled .UtI.n at lle: eaad to the Oola County Ban hall set forth the appesxlxeat
41055 Ue South 11.. o( eatS THE STATE OF tile Board of County OvnunU. lock.LtW,1aI. day at KlMlntm Park, Florida. All dsllVMT date -






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;, .' t' I, NEWS OF Kowboys' 7.6 Loss to Hornets Told in



,,' SJKJOutdoor-BBBssr* &**d Play by Play Account of Friday's GameBy


Frank Carroll the Kowboy six yard line. them ran tor five yards and a '
\
I..4i.i", Let week Xowboy fans who First down at (K) 8. Browning first down to the (H.C.) 84. A

traveled l to Haloes City taw tried to go over but was Kowboy fumble at this point

the Kowboy lose a heartbreaker stopped at two yards. Second gave Halnes City the ball at

to the Hornets, 7-6. and four. Once again Brown. their own 24.

The tint ,quarter taw a log took it, this time to the A strong Kowboy defensive
strong Kowboy offense strike (K) one foot line. Finally stand held on fourth and lach

deep Into Hornet territory. The Browning inched the ball over es and took over once againon
The Gazette Kissimmee Florida. Sept. 23, 1965-Page Five quarter opened when Jack Ty- for the first score of the game. the (H.C.) 84.

i Def took the ball on the Kow. Grady WiUingham added the Cram ran the first play from
0.
boy 16 yard line and returned extra point making it Halnes scrimmage, picking up three

4 of the Guild Is to to the Kowboy 15. The first City 7, Kowboys 0. yards. Second and seven Cram
Purpose play from scrimmage saw senior The kickoff returned by carried once again, this time
fullback Jim Cram carry Smith to the (K) 81 was another for four yards to (H.C) 20.
Promote Theatre InterestBy for four yards to the Kowboy Kowboy chance. Third and three Harrell rolled

29. Cram then again. carried, First and 10. Crum carried ,out and galloped for five yards

Catherine W. BcaacaampAs for replacements. U this time picking up three for two yards to (K) 33. Second and a first down at the (H.C.)
necessary it third and and Harrell 20. Two Incomplete setup
i making one at the seven, ran passes
the of the
opening night wander Into the big back
you
Kowboy 32. Once more Cram the keeper play for three. a third and 10 play.
6th
Footlight Theatre Guild's room of the building you'll
carried Third and Cram Veteran quarterback Harrell
picking up 10 yards four. exploded
season comes closer you may find Louis French, teachef
hear some one ask, "What is and Roy Ingersoll the Lock and a Kowboy first down at through the line, picking up surprised the defense of
the Guild-what does It do- Man, working on the stage the (K) 42. Mike Smith then 10 yards and a first down at Haines City by calling another
and who belongs Her are setting or handling the lights. rammed through the line, pick. the (K) 48. Two Incomplete pass play, this time the aerial

some brief answer Now this ls wllhtulacen.. Ing up two to the (K) 44. Gary passes and a blocked pass going to Mike Smith for a

Any person may be an active Sometime during a the next two Harrell then rolled out and moved it up to the fourth and Kowboy score. This touchdowncame
member who is at least 17 weeks these people and raced 14 yards to the Haines ten. Tyner then ran the ball with 28 seconds left on
many 42 and but could just It to midfield the clock.
years old, who Is interested others will be busy with some City another Kowboy get
first down. before he Alas the try for the extra
In the theatre and pays his phase of Guild work was stopped.
or her dues of |4 per person produce plays. They necessaryto do it Harrell! once again tried the Then the horn blew marking point was called no good leaving

or $7 per couple for a year because 'they enjoy It. There rollout but this time picking up half-time. the score Haines City 7,

TO VISIT HERE-m>* U. S. Army Field Band of Washington, D. C. shown here at the Na It's an Incorporated nonprofit are about 50 members of the only two yards, making It second After a fine half-time show Kowboys 6.Kissimmee.
I tion's Capitol will present a free public concert Sept 80 In Kissimmee. The event will heat group. Guild, ranging in age from 17 and eight at the Hornets' by both the Hornet and Kowboy flames City
,the Tupperware auditorium at S perm* sponsored by. the Kissimmee Kiwanis Club.Army "The purpose of the Guild to retirees from both Klssim- 40. Harrell taking the ball band play was again resumed 10 First downs 7 '
1s to promote cultivate and mae and St Cloud. again was dropped for a five as the Kowboys kicked 201 Rushing yardage 134

foster an interest in and appreciation Members do not yard loss back to the (H.C.) off to the Hornets. 89 Passing yardage 24
of the dramatic and spend an 45. With third down and long The Hornets put the ball In 0-8 Passes ..2

Band Boat Cruise All-Family allied arts," the bylaws show. equal projects.amount They of put time in whatever on Guild yardage, 'a Harrell to Smith play on their own 27, first and 1 Fumbles recovered 2

This season the Guild plansto time they can of theuri.d pass fell incomplete. A fourth ten. Barker carried for two 1 Passes Intercepted 0
on
give four plays, the first Some any down situation brought Crumin before McTeer broke loose and 1.28 Punts 8-86
To Play inKissimmee Down River Outing Set being The Glass Menagerie," and Eloise jobs. Gross, like have Larry had to do the punting. The romped 18 yards to the 48 yard 20 Yards penalised 15

scheduled for Oct. 8, 9, 15 and considerable training and Haines City squad took the line. A 15 yard penalty set Individual Yardage

Lures BoatersAn 16-two Fridays and two Sat In stage craft before experience ball on their own 15 and put it HC. back on their own 25. Cram 71, Tyner 89, Harrell

ManyMembers By urdays.If they came to Kissimmee. They in play there.In First down, 25 to go. A 20 60, Duke 16, Smith 6.
The public U Invited to attend you were to drop into the help to teach the newcomers. the next few minutes yard pass play from McTeerto Next week the Kowboys
a free concert by the and friends of the all-family cruise and Art and Culture Center (on Kenneth Duncan of St Cloud Haines City managed to pick Stangry made It second and stage their first homestandgame

World famous U. S. Army St Cloud Boat Club on a two. barbecue is planned Sunday by Bryan and Stewart Streets had handled competently almost up only one first down as an five. McTeer then tried a roll. facing strong Lakeview.
Field Band of Washington D. day cruise of the St. Johns the St Cloud Boat Club. Boaters one block south of the First every phase of play pro alert Kowboy defense buckled out pattern but managed to The Red Devils fought to a

C. at Tupperware Auditorium River were Edward and Sandy will leave from Kissimmeeat National Bank) next Saturdayor duction. His wife, Ann is a down. Center Linebacker Bob pick up only one "yard. Third 12.12 tie with Bishop Moore
starting at 8 p.m. Sept 80. Budd Leon and Eleanor BedeL 11 ajn. and cruise down to Sunday afternoon you specialist In Interiors. But the Pollom intercepted a Hornet and four at their own 49. A last week.
Directed by Lt Colonel Robert Walter McNew James and Lake Kissimmee then westward would be welcomed by the director .
covering 10
from
majority of members have pass on the (H.C.) 48 and returned pass yards
L. Bierly, The U.s. Army Ruby Renneker Ernest Post to the Zipper Canal area. Larry Kuhns, and the said when they joined the it to the (H.C.) 45, to McTeer to Stangry picked upa
Field Band 1s described as Walter and Marie Lorrah and All members are urged to small cast More likely, youwouldn't Guild "Now I can't act I'" start the Kowboys off on another first down for H.C. and put Bowling NewsSTAR
one of the finest musical or. daughter Jean Robert and make plans for the trip. The even be noticed. Just them
never belonged to this kind ofa series of downs.Hsrrell on the (K) 89.
ganisations In America.Arrangements Jewell Lorrah, Charles Kin barbecue will be held In aweeded slip Into a seat and listen to LEAGUE
group but I'd like to learn On the next play alert center
for the appearanc raid Jr. and Charles Kincaid, grove surrounded by the rehearsal When you tear and help with anything I opened this series of linebacker Bob Pollom September If,
can recovered
downs 1965W
with
Sr., cruise muter. yourself away, go past the a five yard gallop
of the Band are being pasture land on the Zipper Ca. do." fumble L
a at the line
office and into the Green to the (H.C.) 40. Harrell with
eo-orelinatedloeaU, by the Boats were launched near nal. Swimming Is good and of Citisens StateBank 6 2
That is scrimmage to give the Kow
Room. You'll! find the story, and if second and five, moved the ball
Kissimmee Kiwanis Club Sanford Lake and probably Osceola Hospital
in on Monroe those who enjoy It should V 1Pledl'ett'
Frances Snyder art teacher you are curious to sit In on a to the (H.C.) 89. Crum then boys the ball at the (K) 39.
conjunction with the Chief of cruised down the river to Lake bring swim suits club officials The first Smith Nursery 6 8
and play
Information Department of George where a breeze whip. said. Each family Is askedto on a ladder painting a grape meeting get acquainted: carried for two, making it saw Unwanteds 4 4
come to the Guild's next meeting dropped for a one yard loss.
arbor mural on the wall. Andy fourth and three at the H.C. ,
the Army. ped the water into white caps bring a covereddish.. The ( ) Fennell's Barber Shop 4 ,, 4
Sept. 27, at 8 at the Tyner then broke through the
Selections to be played by but once past the lake the club will provide chicken for Herrmann, who has grown up p.m. S3. Here,i with time runningout Kissimmee Transit Mix S 5
Art and of
Culture Center. It wl11not' center the line and raced
the boats wended their least with the Guild may be replacing in the first quarter the '
100-member In at Each
aggregationwill way 100 people. per. Superior Loan Corp. 8' 5Roaeoe'
85
colored be a business meeting. yards to the (H.C.) 28 before
gala Ab-
,range from popular toclassical smooth waters. son will have to bring his own posters. Louis Kowboy squad decided to go t 8
bit Cole, St. Cloud resident French has arrangedfor for the first down. he was hauled down. First
and military number The first night of the cruisewar folding chair and several foldIng Their efforts Weekly Highs
learning demonstrationson and 10 at (B.C.28.. Smith
*. spent at Shell Harbor tables will be needed to and Earl Turner who owns were rewarded as on the \ High Team Series
the Brahman Inn, will be arranging a stage set, make-up and next play: Crum took picked up ,two yards. Tyner
This band was first organ where cruisers picnicked In a form a serving table about 40 lighting the ball Superior Loan Corp. 2134
using examples from picked six. Then Cram
the On feet paintings of local and crashed through the line up
ised as the Army Ground park overlooking river. long. "The Glass Unwanteds 2070
Forces Band In 1946. In 1950, the upriver trip next day, the Paul Day urges membersand artists on the auditorium wall.J41 Menagerie. When for the needed yardage. The gained three yards to give the Kissimmee Transit Mix 2043
are ready to
I this you join ask a Kowboys first down.
( to make the theatrea a
It became the U. S. Army group enjoyed swimming skiing their ,families to come. member for next play saw Crum crash for High Team Came
.
an application With first and 10 Cram
more attractive and pleas.ant ran
,
Field Band of Washington D. fishing and picnicking. two. Then with a second down
blank and hand Superior Loan Corp. 746
for It to Jerry for four to the H.C. 11
place producing plays.In ( ) yard
Boaters found the be Crum broke loose
C, with a primary mission of trip to Phay and racedto Citizens State Bank
chairman 726
interesting and colorful the Children 4-12 the dressing rooms El- membership the (H.C. 14 line. The Kowboys were reallythreatening
touring grasa-roota commanl- who teaches school and works ) only to fumble Kissimmee Transit Mix 726
friede Dimitri Lakeview Inn but
on the next
,ties of the' United States It landscape variable and the and have the ball recovered
after school hour'at Individual
Can for owner may be adding some Phay's play a 15 yard penalty put the High Series
has played In all 60 states. weather almost perfectIt Qualify Dra,.. by Brownllng of Halnes City RenaU Hedrick 479
furbelows to the dress her student Kowboys back on the (H.C.)
'I Shortly fterj the horn
_________' ___d .'.2 :Club's Fislmthon daughter Eileen will be Once you've been Bitten b y sounded the. end of the flntqll.rtartl'e"aeore 29. Second and 21. Duke then Ruth Mlm Congdon 477
.d. .. t'''wearing one scene.'Marjorie the""little theatre >ug-' yotoo'wi1I e tan' for six yards. Tyner could Smugger 4'71
'
''''')-'- : 'a'J: hAU 1 c'hiiaren'Gi; ''t >.iii:'sl" 1obd ; 0-0.. lJ'dlddual-UII' Game
: : : Rigbie, lIon..m.ker, will-likely / exploit with, "It'satisfying s ( ;'' just get Id-the line of scrimmage
area, both boys and girls between be checking the kit The '* cond 'quarter* opened Lli Kroell ;: 198
na0CtrOLACOUIY'1'Y' :"f'J"Uog" / i!make-up, an fun.! sou on the vest play. Fourth ... wo
'l the ages of 4 and 12 and,",the strong Lowboy de. and long, yardage. The Kow. Mlm Swogger 190
n /I'
are eligible to enter the sense buckled down. After a boys gave the ball to Smith Bessie Osmun 186
bog Sportsmen's Club annual Flsh- short series of downs Halnes but he could manage to 'pick Splits converted Ana Walker .
by : ,athon October 2. City went Into punt formationand up only five yards. 0.7, Brenda Crigsby 8-10
Fishing will begin at 8 ajn. kicked out to the (K) /L The Hornets took over on' and 518-9, Carol Grigsby %-7.
and continue until 11 a.m. at Harrell took the ball there, their own 18. Delores Rhodes 1-1. Pat Keene

the pend located off Cypress returning It three yards to the The Hornets could not pick 6-7-10 Lll Kroell 6110, Eunice
Avenue, between Dakota and (K) 48. With first and tenon Tindall
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER U, ltlS a up a first down on their seriesof 1-10. Margaret Dietrich -
California Avenues. The fishy their own 48, the Lowboys plays so they were forced 4-7, Yvonne Mock 4-8-6

American Legion Post 10 meets 8 p.m. thon was held last year at the sent fullback Crum throughthe to punt. Gary Harrell took the

Woman's Club card party, 1:80 pjn. Club house same location. There were 267 line for four yards to the ball and returned it to the McCLARD FINISHES ARMY
Kissimmee Woman's Club Monthly Card Party at Woman's boys and girls entered and (H.C.) 48. The next play Crum (H.C.) 42. BASIC TRAINING COURSE
Club 9:30 a-m. their catch totalled 68 fish. once again carried this time
Elks Club Shopping Spree, Winn-Dixie, 10 ajn. There were 85 prizes awarded. for three making It third and At this point the third quarter Private E-l Donald E. Mc.

Central Star Council Social, Osceola Boom. This year the Sportsmen short ysrdage. Eddie Duke ended. Card has completed basle
have assembled more than then shot through the line, Tyner opened the fourth training at the Army Base at
$200 worth of prizes and expect picking up ten yards and a quarter gaining four big Fort Jackson South Carolina
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24, ItlS about 300 children to first down to the (H.C.) 82. yards to the (H.C.) 88. Har- and is home on leave

Halloween Carnival Committee Planning Meeting Osceola Room, compete for them. Businessmen Crum bit. the line again this rell'then rolled out and romped
10 LIDo of St Cloud support the time for four yards. With second around left end for an 11 yard JOHNNY THOMPSON IS
project with prizes and cash and six, Mike Smith car. gain to the (H.C.) 27, and a SERVING IN THE NAVY
contributions.Cane tied, only I to be dropped for a first down. The next play saw
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23. INS poles will be used in four yard loss. Crum managed Tyner race for 11 yards and Johnny Thompson a 1965

Osceola Junior High Lunchroom ladies Rummage Sal. Cornet the contest and no contestant to get back to the (H.C.) another first down. Harrell graduate of Osceola High
Main and Bau Street 8:00 to 1:00. shall be eligible for more than 303 on the next play. Fourth was then thrown for a one School has enlisted In the

Osceola High School Basketball Squad Car Wash, 9 ajn. -1&,.... one prise. A "best all round down situation: The Kowboystry yard loss. Smith regained the Navy and Is stationed at
High School Physical Education Field. sportsman price" will be giv BOB POLLOM JACK TYNER to go for the extra yard yard and it was third and 10. Great Lakes, Illinois ,
en. AU prizes will be awarded .
An incomplete set a
age. Harrell rolls out but Is pass up
as soon as the sponsoring organization
fourth down situation.
SEPTEMBER 21 MM stopped short on the (H.C.)
SUNDAY. determines the win.
Lineman Back of Week 23. Haines City's balL Fourth down on (H.C.) 18.
ners. This take an houror
may
The next play from scrim Harrell ran out of the quarterback STORAGE
ATTENDTHE, CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE. ended more, officials after the said.contest has mage brought a Kowboy lineman slot but managed to gain II CABINETS,

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, ItO Adults may not assist the Named at Osceola High up too quick and the first only six yards and Haines City I'I'I) Full fl-BM-KU
contestants in landing the penalty of the game was took over on their own nine. i .MM.-wttk. on*..

Adult Education Meeting, Osceola High School Cafeteria, 8 p.m. catch but may help the very Osceol High School selected "Lineman of the Week. The called five yards illegal procedure Haines City managed to pick _-1_Ink.. 4 JiMUM

Meeting of United Presbyterian Women, Educational Building ones in baiting their their lineman and back of 16-year-old athlete is a senior against Kowboys. up one first down before they HIM

First Presbyterian Church, 8 pja. ping the week Tuesday, crediting and a lettennan. He has lived Names City ball at their were forced to punt CNICII OBiMurrjgeoago tuart

John Crone Larry Walker both players with outstanding in Osceola County for nine own 28, first and five. A short The Kowboys took over on son" MOMS 1414411

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 21, IMS and Jim Tomsovie make up the performance. years. run by halfback Browninggave (K) 48.Crum. n 33 I EMI ROtlNSON
committee In charge of soliciting Bob Pollom son of Mrs. Pollom plays offensive center them a first down. rushed for two to the WKANOO.MA.FOR .
'- Elks Lodge meets 8 pjn., prises. Esther Pollom, was named and defensive line backer, Browning then raced for another 50. A Harrell-to-Duke pass ..
..: Eastern Star meets, 8 p.m. Masonic Tempi) On offense, he is credited first, down to, midfleld. clicked for seven yards. That
Thrift Extension Homemakers Club meeting, Osceola. Room at with starting every play "per. This set up an explosive 44- set up a third and one Cram |
._
.. _
1:80 pjn.Kissimmee .. c.'C"' fectly" and "did 1
.' an excellentjob yard gallop by Haines City
e' Chapter 82, OES Barbecue Steak Dinner, Masonk : of blocking a much larger quarterback Fred McTeer to rea.msr.e

: Templ.,1:30 pan.'WEDNESDAY. opponent" H. played a "fine

defensive game, calling all defensive .
I SEPTEMBER 29. IMS signals and Intercepting Rank of Major
on. pass," school officials 'fidtgu1tf
Inquirer's Class held every Wednesday, 8 pja. at .St. John's Goes to KraljevWord
e said.Selected
Episcopal Church.
as "back of thewe.k" '
comes from The Fayetteville -
Evening Prayer Service 7 pjn. St John's Episcopal Church. Jack of
I was Tyner son Observer of the promotion
)fro and Mrs. Jack Tyner. A of Benjamin N. Kral. .MEN.ON THE MOVE
: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. IMS lifetime resident of Oiceola jev, Jr. son-in-law of Mr. and
I County, Tyner i* also age 16 Mrs. Ellis F. Davis. to the I'
Army Field Band Concert. 8 p.m. Tupperware Auditorium. and a senior and letterman.He rank of Major. Are On Display in Every
Z I Klssimme Woman's Club Annual Membership Tea, horn of
played both offensiveand Major Krsljer a pilot with
e
Mrs. J. H. Hildebrand, Cypress Shores, 8:80-5:80. defensive halfback. "He the 778th Troop Carrier Size Color and
Style
I did a fine job on offense, being Squadron at Tope AFB entered ,
EVERY WEEK second leading ground service during 1950 and received
gainer" officials said "H his commission late In At
Daily 4 a.m. until sundown-Gatorland. also did an excellent job on 1952.

I Daily-Public Zoo Lake Front Park, Kissimmee. defense, making several tackles He has served at AshlyaAB
e Daily except Monday, Central Florida Museum and Planetarium from his deep position Japan and Pope AFB and TROPICAL MEN'S WEAR
Orlando. Tuesdays through Fridays, 10 sun. to 8 P..
*
has also been assigned to the
I Saturdays and Sundays, 2:00 to 8:00 polL Planetarium University of Detroit Detroit We take pride in our larg. selection

showings 2:80 and ':30 pjn. Sundays. Basketball Squad Michigan, as an Air Force Reserve of clothes and furnishings in acompl.t.

I Daily-9:00 sun. until 4:00 p.m. except Saturdays, Sunday and Officer: Training Corps rang of sizes to fit man
S i I holidays-Tnppcrwsre Museum, Klssimme \ Plans Car WashThis Instructor. any

: J Saturday, September The major has been awarded NAME BRANDS AT POPULAR PRICES

'r 25. from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., the the Air Medal Armed
HAINON
Coming EventsOCTOBER boys from Osceola High's basketball Forces Expeditionary, Medal Jantzen Arrow McGregor Jarman
squad will with two bronze service stars, Hubbard
sponsor a Jockey Middishade B.V.D.
i car wash at OJL8. physical the Air Force Outstanding Alligator. Swank
Jade East. Regal-
education field. Unit Award, and many others.
8-"Class Menagerie" presented Footlight Theatre Guild, of The promotion became effective Beau BrummeM Burlington Esqutf)
Art and Culture Center through Oct 9. Also 15th and 16th. Tb. purpose the car wash this week as a resultof
J .12 WSCS of Shingle Creek Methodist Church meeting home of 1s to raise money to buy new recent Senate and House Joyson And Others
uniforms for the team this
: Mrs. On Taylor, ':80. approval of officer grade relief
i: TO THE BEST FISHERMEN-*"*rl* s for youngsters who year. legislation. This legislation TROPICAL'MEN'S WEAR

: NOVEMBER prey their ability a* fishermen In the coming Sportsmen'sClub Cost will be 81.25 per ear. allowed selected officers

Fishathon In St Cloud. await them here. This will Include the cleaning to don new Insignia without :31 $.Omit** M.sem Trail _Orlan a'r '
5-Arts and Crafts Exhibit Woman' Club. (Photo by Jerry Berson) oat of the Inside of the car. further delay




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Page Six-The Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida, Sept. 23. 1945 '
rr Rotary Club Told



Historical Map to Show +J UA Drive Cannot Succeed


Earlier Osceola CountyThe I

Without St. Cloud's
OictoU County Histori- the Quaker plantation, the HelpBy

cal Commission, according to English "colony" around Nar-
an announcement by Bob Ber. coosee, who built the Episcopal .
lin.ky, Chairman, U now en-" Church (later moved to St. 1 e e Jerry Bens kit (Boehma Fond),St.Cloud the past five families had to
gaged In preparing a large Cloud), the scow ferry necessary + Bob Bobroff chairman of |400; Administration, printingand be Involved in a disaster before
scale map of the County on to get from Kisslmmeee, __ Caeeola: County United Appeal membership in the national the Red Cross would render -
which all anas of historical to St. Cloud dry shod at timesof Budget Committee, told members organization, $3,000 assistance.. Bobroff emphasized
Interest will be noUd. This ls high water the recreation .c of the St. Cloud Rotary and contingency fond, family that the Red Cross
preparatory to the placing of piers on the west side of East Club that the current drive for emergencies, and uncollected is the only means of communication -

markers on the actual situ Lake (scenes of many gay funds cannot be successful funds $1400.Bobroff between a man in'service -
The Commission Is fortunatein revels remembered nostalgically without St. Cloud's participa said City of Klsslm and his family.He .

having as one of its memo by many no longer young), tion. mee employees, through the also said, ". .' the number
bers David Knhns, who, because original railroad lines and stations Since Its inception the payroll deduction plan are the of natural disasters In our
of his wide surveying Kenansville as a rail -. United Appeal Budget Committee largest contributors. Prospect country has been fantastic .
experience, U probably as familiar road junction (named after told members of the for enrolling St. Cloud city these people need our help.
with the more remote Flagler's second wife becausehe ......, St. Cloud Rotary Club that the employees are brighter this The Salvation Army spent $1-
parts of the country a. anyone vlsloned it as a future busy current drive for funds cannot year than In the put. Without 100 last year on cases that originated .
else. He has been placedin city, the old branch CourtHouse ,. be' successful without St. their participation the 85" percent in St. Cloud.A .
charge of the preparationof before Klsslmmee became ". .,... .. Cloud' participation. expected from St. Cloud newcomer and a first for

the map- the County seat of a -- Since Its inception the is a remote possibility. Osceola County is the Arthritis

Many of the newer1residents County of its own all these HOSTS VISITORS The North-Central Florida United Appeal has brought Tupperware is the largest Foundation. It U the tint
Chapter Public Relations Society of America,
and other things will to Osceola County single giver. sine the
many appear more money company
totally unfamiliar held medical welfare
of the County are Its September meeting here at Tupperware Home Parties. Conducting the meeting at agency to
the master welfare and civic agenciesthan donates $1.00 for each dollar
with the County as on map. the head of the table are Chapter President Walter Page (center), John Dickerson (right), ever before. contributed by the employees. participate in the United Appeal.
this U
twenty- Much of Information .
it existed fifty or even secretary and Don Hinton meeting host
five years ago and the memories now In possession of the Historical This year's goal has been Why a United Appeal t Bobroff The Children's Home of
raised to compensate for the said that participationgives
of even second and third Association more commonly
generation residents are all called the Society, or Killip to HeadBrotherhood $26,034 budget established by the businessman whe is Florida, a quasi) official

too often growing dim. Who, Its members, gathered painstakingly Kissimmee First Graders the committee. Allocations besieged by countless numbers agency of the state Is primar-

for instance knows the locationof over the past few made include the following of solicitors an opportunity to I ly an adoption placement: organisation.

the old Melbourne Road years Therefore the.newly mr-, Taught on Three LevelsBy participating organizations: say' that he gives. only throughthe It makes certain
some of It planked, before ganised County Historical Of MagiciansJim Red Cross, $6,221; Salvation United Appeal and If the children
Route No. 441 cut out a Commission will not have to Army $3,000; Klsslmmee organization In question wants that put out for
straight swath along the shoreof start from scratch. Perhapssome Charles Eby circles, squares and triangles Youth Board $1,200; Boy funds it should apply to UA adoption are normal and
Alligator Lake. How many readers may be confused Killip, Kissimmee magi- There are approximately 270 is'included in this level. Scouts, $4,500; Girl Scouts, the following year. healthy and, at the same time
know the locations of the old between the Society and the clan W.I' Installed president first grade children in KIs- "Round About" and a work. $1,600; St. Cloud Veterans Bobroff said United Appealhas that couples who desire a child
steamboat docks at Lake To- Commission. The Society is a ,of central Florida Intema.tlon.1 slmmee's primary schools this book are used In Level Three. Memorial Library750; Kis- not denied participation to are financially able to support .
hopekallga where supplies for membership organization com Brotherhood of Magi.clans ofIBM. year, instructed by 10 teacher This book has smaller picture. simmee Hart Memorial Library any legitimate civic, charitable it and will make moral,
at the annual
much of Central Florida were posed of those Interested in No. banquet the and more words than the book $760; or medical research or. proper parents.
Ring at
170
unloaded after three or four the history of the County. It Angebilt Hotel These students have been used in the second phase. They Arthritis Foundation, $313; ganization. In closing Bobroff added,
day journey up from the Gulfof has been In existence for a Sunday started on a "Readiness Pro- review all of the vocabulary Childrens Home of Florida, The Red Cross has Instituted "We need the help of St.
Mexico; or the site of the number of years. The Commission Killip, who has appeared on gram" to prepare them for previously learned and workon $1,800; Christmas Basket, Klsslmmee a 'one family disaster1 policy Cloud. We are appealing to St.
County's first "luxury" hotel Is an official County body local TV children's shows, is reading. They are also taught the new vocabulary In their $400; Christmas Bas for Osceola County. In Cloud."
called "Runnymede" on East established this year by the president of the Kissimmee to eat, walk and play properly new reader. They are expectedto
Lake TohopekallgaTThe County Commission; and the Lions Club; editor of the SIlver with other children to sit have the ability to space
County, under state law, Spun Rodeo program; a quietly and to listen.
map will show these may letters and words properly by
things accurately as well as appropriate limited funds for director of the Kissimmee There are three .levels In the the time this )level is com Mosquito Threat Greater
Livestock and
such other Information as the Its activities.At Valley Show first grade, with the following pleted.
old Indian trails I I Indian the last meeting of the has directed and played In productions curriculum for the various The students to I
taught
of, the Footlight The. are
mounds, the Holopaw lumberIng Commission William Dummer, atre Guild of Osceola levels count from one to 100 by
(ount, ones, ,
operations, the St. Cloud F. Clere Ogden and Kenneth In Level One, the childrenare fives and ten. and to write Due to Hurricane RainsHeavy
sugar mill, (first modern sugar Duncan, all members of the A professional magician the given picture books to follow numbers from 0 to 100 The
mill in the U.S.), old settlementy Commission were appointedto new president has served as the teacher as she tells the -
names (people were draw up by-laws for submission Territorial Representative, picture stories appearing recognition of groups of objects rains brought Inland The scientists point out that ties used aircraft, helicopters,
here before either Klsslmmee to the full Commis headed the Philadelphia Brotherhood therein. The children are expected by patterns of one to by Hurricane Betsy have created the Culex mosquito is the earner trucks and other types of
or St. Cloud were laid out), sion.Tete for two term. ((1948 to learn to identify the ten Addition through five ideal conditions for a serious of encephalitis. During ground equipment to spray
1963)) and currently Is partnerIn objects In the pictures and tell plus five and subtraction mosquito threat, according 1964 the severe outbreak of malathion insecticide to kill
a store fixtures business in something about them. There through nine with no subtrahend to recent surveys in Gulf encephalitis In Houston, Texas, Invading mosquitoes.A .
Fawbush Is Kissimmee. are four basic pre-prim larger than five. Theyare Coast states. In parts of Florida waa traced to mosquitoes.The major reason for use of

I Day' Al McCoy,, outgoing president used and many supplementary also Introduced to time and Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas Cynamld scientists reecomend the broad-range insecticide, according .
turned the gavel over to pre-primers The child In this are taught hours and half and Mississippi and other several basic steps to scientists, is its

F Proclaimed by Thacker the new officer in an installation group is expected to be able to hours. southern areas affected by the that can help prevent mosquito ability to provide quick kill
service conducted by IBM print his first name and count Children who complete Level recent storm, wide areas now buildup. First, eliminate of both larvae and adult mosquitoes

Territorial Vice-president Madeline from one to 20. Three before the end of the have standing water the na- where possible, any standing even those resistant
I Russell Thacker being as a symbol. of a fine gentleman
r RossKam, of Hollywood Level Two uses "Day In and school year read more books inthat tural breeding place for mos water around homes and build- to other types of chemicals.
Mayor of Kissimmee, in the to be admired .by his
Florida. level and continue to workon quitoes. Ings. Mosquitoes need waterIn Equally important, the pest
Day Otit" first reader with
of Osceola in the state friends neighbors and students a
county :
Don Mattres professional their writing and numbers.READ Although primarily considered which! to lay eggs. If uncontrolled control officials point out is
numerous pictures, few
of Florida, whereupon by the who was seriously Injured a
\ a nuisance mosquitoes these larvae hatchto that malathion insecticide has
.
'/ power vested unto me under by ft falling wall at the magician and former Ring words and a workbook that
also health haz breed millions
are a public more. extremely low toxicity to
.
the city charter, do declareSaturday sight of a local school build-. president was installed as ,Ic. coincides Here again they are JVHILE YOU WAIT man
ard. This fact for
I accounts Secondly, clean refuse and animals. It is classed
president F. J. Cartwright up asa
; ,
October S, 1906, In* expected to learn the vocabulary
those the increased attention and tin cans, old tires and similar material.That .
non-persistent
odd minutes
Orlando duringthe
"Pete Fawbush Day" In honor Therefore on behalf of the secretary; McCoy, as It applies to meaning, >
I I of Mr. Fawbush who has serve citizens of KUitmmee, I, Mayor treasurer and Richard Straub, and usage. Supplementary day while waiting for a concern being focused on the objects which may hold water means, the scientists explain .
Orlando iergeant at.arme. potential mosquito population for mosquito\ breeding. that malathion can: kill
ed the Osceola school system Russell Thacker hereby books level also
\ Quests on this are tr.ln,1 an appointment, In boom in the areas hit by the The, scientists also. recommend ,mosquitoes quickly but residues !
the honor
faithfully for past three proclaim Saturday, October I.ltel. ,pf were past u.ed.A phonetic study that stores, etc. soon add to 11'1er.I '
,' up hurricane
t recent and rains. of
has much ofI ,spraying shrubs, disappear u soon as the
etven "
ie
'cuss.-e FawbusK 0" International
as "Pate president Charles accompanies this level shouldbe
hours in week "
a so visit .
: Ms, time to further the Mosquitoes are known carriers moist garden areas and homo Jeb'll dons.i
spare
in A. ResiKam, Itellywodt'International i completed.' The child.
Kliilmmee, and all ; .should the Hart Memorial'
urge Library '
of encephalitis( and other
ground malathlon
progress of youth In this community with Jnsee During the present hurricane -
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also be
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for fair play, knowledge, and day in honor of one of our Charles Shoemaker Orl.ndo.elub During the Houston 1 likely- bring the rains }bat
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Recognition of shapes Night from 7 to 9 p.m. American Cyanamid Co. last year, municipal authori population explosions.

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