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.,4ft' r yodels Appeal Government. Supp1i' 22 Percent of Income.

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8": ( s In Osceola County, .t Inmost year, which was $33,421,000after pensions, social security, un- sources. tion of Federal employees, bathe
.t ry "A'a't.ra \ : other part of the country taxes, an estimated $7,- l' m p 1 o y ment compensation, Elsewhere across the country highest ratio of government -
,1, t '' \ a sizeable portion of the 653,000 represented government public welfare expendituresand 198 percent of such Income payments to personal
;r' ,: '< income that local residents receive payments.The the like.Considerable. is so obtained. In the income. It amounts toe per-
':, t t q per year ia traceable to study based on Department differences exist South Atlantic States, the average cent.Th.
; : : : > public fund of Commerce data was from one part of the country la 314 percent. state with the lowest
ti f1.1..r A'.special study of sourcesof made by the Tax Foundation, to another In the extentto As to a breakdown of the ratio Is Connecticut, with
I J ( personal Income, covering a non-partisan non-profit organization which public funds affect money received by people in 13 percent. _
l' all 60 states, indicates that concerned with the the daily lives of the popula the local area, approximately Some 197 billion of the Income -
-Z: about $1 out of every $4 col. problems of government finance tion. 14.6 percent of it comes from of the American peopleis
: il lected by local people In 1964 On a national scale, On the basis of the figures Washington and 8.3 percent generated by funds that emanate
came 1n the form of Federal these direct contributions include for Florida, about 22.9 percent from the state and local treas from the various branches -
state and local checks. payments of salary and of the net Income of Os uries. of government, the study
LJ Out of the total personal wages to the 10 million peopleon ceola County residents is derived The District of Columbia, shows. Of this total, $57 billion
Income in Osceola County last public payrolls, as well as from government because of its large concentra comes from Washington


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DRAMATIC STYLING. *f the 1966 Fords will be seen at Autrey Motor Company on Broadway OSCEOLA COUNTY'S 1:!
tomorrow. Dan Antrey T. K. Galloway Bill Tomlinson and Bill Riefer discuss the 4fIIJIat.J.1aFORWARD !
I new lines, including the elegant LTD four door Hardtop model they are standing with. Topping LOOK..Since 1894 -- 1
the Ford line this year is the all new 7 Litre two door Hardtop. (Photo by Eby) i


VOL. 72-NO. 43 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1965 Three Sections-Price 10 CentsCommission


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II t r Reaches CompromiseOn

Agricultural Land AssessmentsBoard

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Sees Okay on rs''

1 Tax Roll
..h? .f 1 by MondayA
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compromise plan on agricultural land assessments
TOPPING THE DODGE LINE-For 1966 Is a series of six elegant new Monaco models
Bill Newman of Riedel Motors I Is shown with the Monaco four door Hardtop. The Monaco was effected Wednesday morning by the Osceola : +

I offers comfort, convenience and style. The new Dodges will be shown at Riedel Motors this County Commission. The vote was unanimous on

Friday (Photo by Eby) the adoption of the resolution although none of the

commissioners were in complete accord with the pro-

posal.The I:41v:

new plan would in effect reduce all agricul-

tural property by an approximate 30 percent. However I

+ the formula agreed upon will not meet this figure 4 IY

1f' l in all cases. I

The board has reacheda your public officials to reacha
''to meeting of the minds .
point to agree go
May'' I urge you as state senator -
ahead and complete its continue to pursue this \
work at equalization) and matter In an objective manner
In1 the hope that through the
prepare ,tax' roll so ,the, recommendations prevented to

: .... county will| be able to. resume the board final action may betaken
'operation.*" **,..I'Ho- ; a budget adopted, rolllag 'M
I *' *TA target'data o< ihree weeksS ,' "Nt,u'order''that-fount/\ Ui?tTEb\\PpiU.Ja 1 k' Carroll, right, treasurer of the 'O.teola'Coun-ty united l Appeal !
,. has been set to obtain an'operational government 4a Osceola Cowtjr presents Pete JTawbush with a check to.fcelp dtfrsbapltd and Jfvtn*,expenses While leb /',
budget for .Osceola can praeeed after the statu-,,: unable to wor Fawbush was injured when, he was crushed by a falling.,wall while, workm.r''j
County, The, board hopes to Cory CommiMmners deedUne& of Oct said: i that. 196 the*. :-<8c'.l Jon a:' summer : job tearing. ,down the old Central, School. ....... (Photo by Eby) v

1 complete the\tax equalisationby
first they knew of ,the tile.gram
the tax roll
adopt Monday the new accept' budget and advertise property was owners when Reid attorney Me Whir for Breakfast Launches 'United a

for a, public hearingon :
ter brought in a copy of it .
the hearing is held
it Once
45 CHRYSLER FOR 1$ 4-Slick Tyner, of Tyner; Rotor Company, 1921 Pennsylvania ,Avenue ten" days after the advertisement addressed to State Sen. Irlo ,
I in St. Cloud will show the 1966 Chrysler this weekend. (Photo by Eby) the budget will be submitted Bronson. Fund
ler for to approval the state The comptrol county It Tax was an Assessor Identical understood Lanier message other ,similar and. Appeal CampaignThe J

will then be able to get back
into operation.The wires were being dispatched 1965-66 United Appeal this year's fund campaign! may and Max Waters, public employees
St L6 IOTOR C !; board of commissionershave to other officials. fund drive got underway this be completed by November 1. section i Horace .
reached agreement that The telegram referred to the week with a goal of 26034. The agencies cooperatingwith Phlpps, special gifts division, I
M R + all agricultural assessments in efforts of J. N. Aycocke veteran The annual one drive campaign United Appeal and the Betty Wyant, Intercession .;'I
W4u5? nc Osceola County are excessive employee of the comp got underway with a amounts tentatively. set areas City and Mrs. Tom Addison,
I and has formulated a plan to troller's office to settle. the workers breakfast kickoff at followsiRed Campbell Station, Dr. D. Cot '
reduce all the assessments.Tax dispute. 7 a.m. Tuesday morning at Cross 6,221. Salvation Love, Orange; Gardens.
Assessor Wade H, Zanier, Dickinson said It was Aycocke's Mrs Mac's Restaurant. Army $3,000, Youth Board $1,- J. D. Benton,is board chair ".
although In disagreementwith findings that the agricultural Robert Crowell drive chairman 200 Boy Scouts $4,600, Girl man of the United Appeal "
\ Jr. the board's action has property owners' appraisals urged that all workers Scouts $1,600, St Cloud Worn- The campaign will first seek "
to Its action placed too much emphasis contact prospective members an's Club Library $760, Hart the enlistment of various business f II I
agreed implement dispatch." on agricultural income, as rapidly as possible so that Memorial Library, Klsslmmee, firms on the payroll deduction .
psi with "greatest overlooking existing marketdata $760, Arthritis Foundation plan. After this part t
j' rescindall
board to
The plans
If'r and that on the other : previous evaluate equalization all agricultural actions -- hand Lanier had placed his $1,800, Christmas Baskets house-to-house drive will be f
and lands under the formula emphasis on market data and 'I Tour of CapeA Kissimmee and St Cloud $400 conducted by members of the /
: morning had considered agriculturalpotential each Family EemergencyFund Klsslmmee Youth Center under
S. adopted Wednesday as a minor factor $800. direction of ,Bill Palmer. '
The formula is available from special tour of Cape Kennedy ,
placing his highest weight on Of the $26,034 goal 65 percent
Any members of the KIsslmmee
the tax assessor. personainterested for -
-" ---- the best for agricultural has been allocated to Klsslmmee
possible use WORK DAY SET
In the new agricultural Chamber of Commercehas
BREEZEWAY MONTEREY-Dutch Dnrnell and Ed Ford of the Klsslmmee branch of St. assessments may obtain land rather than its been scheduled for Thursday and 35 percent to St. AT CEMETERYA

Cloud Motor Company discuss the 1966 four door Breezeway ,Monterey by Mercury "In the them from Lanier just as soon present practical usage.Aycocke Oct 21, according to BobBerlinsky Cloud.
I Lincoln Continental tradition." The new Mercurys will go on display at their lot at Main completed. It is the telegram said, Persona wishing to give to work day has been ,scheduled
they are ,
and Vine in Kissimmee tomorrow (Photo by *** as planned that all the land values then suggested the use of the The trip manager.Is to familiarise specific agencies of the United for Saturday morning,
will be refigured by Mon 1960 Hunlcutt appraisal figures Klsslmmee businessmen with Appeal may so specify. October 2, at Pleasant Hill
multiplying these by the operation of the NASA Drive chairmen Include Dick Cemetery. All people Interested -
day.The effected two; adding the 1965 valuations Lovell commercial and Industrial In helping are asked to
I I. compromise was center and ita importance
--IT ; at a special meeting and dividing by three.This to the Central Floridaarea. division, Charles Tyson bring lawn mowers
the wire said would
Tuesday night with all five .
commissioners present County factor have reduced to a mathematical the judgement pro-' All members and wives Area to Honor Fawbush ,
Attorney Overstreet Coun- wishing to make the tour are
ty Clerk Glenn Ray Sen. Irlo cess. urged to contact the Chamber I
Bronson and Rep. J. J. Griffin, office. Cost of the trip to be At Celebration Saturday t v

Jr Formal action came Wed- Driver InjuredIn made, by bus will be $3 ,per

nesdsy morning.The penon.' Festivities for the special at the Klsslmmee lakefront
plan adopted was said Sunday Crash The tour of the Cape will "Pete Fawbush Day" are in Radio station WFIV plans *
not agreeable in all aspectsbut be conducted by representatives -
readiness, according to Mike to broadcast Its morning pre.gram
necesssry to the county'soperation. Clifford L. Johnson69, of of the protocol office It '
rCHEVY Schafer: chairman of the coordinating from the lakefront area
West Hollywood was injuredIn conducted
Y Is expected to be
and telephone calls from ,
committee planning peo-
County expenditures will be a two car collision north of from 1 to 4 p.m.
activities wishing to donate
cut off tomorrow the last day Kliilmmee Sunday evening.Eugene Berlinsky said that eight the appreciation day pie money
of The affair will begin Saturday 'will be received at the lakefront -
of this year's budget Mostcounty P. Donley 18 persons have already signed
departments also will Ft. Lauderdale, driver of the for the tour morning at 10 o'clock also 11
be without pay checks from other car was charged with The purpose of the day Is to "

this date until the new budget failure to have vehicle under -a:. ___ __ supplement the Fawbush fam-
Is approved. control by Florida HighwayPatrol ily Income until he ia able to
Several department heads Trooper C. A. Smoak. return to work. Fawbush was I ,
are making arrangements to Smosk said that Donley's ear t'c Injured last July during demolition
borrow money to keep the employees struck the rear of Johnson'scar k5y of the old ,Central
r working and their departments causing it to skid into School building

TRUCKS PREMIERE-Starling Chevrolet will show the 1964 Chevy trucks Friday in operation the ditch where It rolled over 'c Teachers at Osceola High
crisis.The Johnson's
the wasa
I' at their new building on Central Avenue., Above T. L. Plant, vice-president and sales manager throughout compromise action Wednesdsy total loss and there was School are sponsoring a novel
and Gene Higgins, salesman look over the motor in one of the new trucks that they will and the damage to Donley's.B ty booth at the lakefront
morning special $360
show this weekend. (Photo by **7) meeting Tuesday night followed They will take turns servingas
a "target" for booth con
Church Schedules a telegram Tuesday tributors. When the target ia
from Fred Dickinson state :tel.;p+S l#)?1J?fAr 6 I11/p S
I' County First Aid Classes Rally Day Oct. 3 comptroller taking the local hit in a the barrel teacher of water will be dunked
officials to.task for their lack I
St Cloud Rally Day, October S, marks of agreement Weather Other attractions will be I
; For Kissimmee, the opening of the "Enlarge In the lengthy wire the BLR sponsored by the various local
mint Campaign" at the Free comptroller said, "This matter civic and social organisations.
The Osceola County Civil will be conducted In the court. Methodist Sunday school, on however can never be settled Tues. 9/21/ 89 71 i1"1' rrW 1 Also refreshment stands will
Defense office announces that room county courthouse, on the corner of Main and Bass by public boards rescindingtheir Wed. 9/22 89 73 .06 be In operation.
first aid courses will be held Oct. 6. 8, 12, 14 and 15. Streets. actions and Individuals Also Included on the all-day
In both Kissimmee and St. The St. Cloud classes will For seven weeks concentration ignoring the recommendations Thur. 9/23 "es M program are boat races, a ski
Cloud In October and the general be given at 1111 Mass. Ave. ia being placed on reachIng of objective and unbiased persons Fri 9/24 89 70 M show and an all-star baseball
public Is invited to attend (next to the funeral home) on "families for Christ" who have, either by designation Sat.21 92 71 game The baseball game will
either of the courses. Oct.4,6,7,11and13. Pictures of complete families or otherwise offered Sun 9/26 89 72 1.21 -- ---- -- be played at 2 p.m. at the Os-
There la no charge and all This will be a combined Red are to be taken before their best and soundest Chairman Bob Crowell eeola Junior High baseball
United Drive
Mon. 9/27 85 72 .85 UA KICKOFF- Appeal
and after
Sunday School in this matter""it
Cross and Civil medi- .
materials furnished free. him what la
to ex-
gives Dick Lovell his kit and explains
services. citizens of Osceola field.A
church is the
Classes will be held from cal self-help course. Students petted in the 1965-66 drive. Lovell 1s commercial and Industrial big dance will be held
7 to 9 p.... each eVenlng.In completing the course will receive Badges will be presented to by County who of continue the Inability to suffer of 'liiggi.glO: division chairman (Photo by Eby) from 9 pan to 1 p so.
Kiasimmae the classes a certificate. those bringing visitors.

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Page Two -The Casette, Kissimmee Florida, Sept 80, 1965 St. Cloud Rotarians Hear
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Flowers For All Occasions

Intercession City News
Historian Tell Past
Death Claims Longtime City's FLORIST

w 25 Broadway 847-4511
Resident CommunityBy By Jerry Hereon to Tampa and from there side the railroad track. Mr.
William Dumnner, historian around the Cape to the western Dummer has a picture of the
and one of the oriving forces shore of Mexico where It building taken by William
Mrs. D. G. Owlrtt Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Bell In the Osceola County Historf- was reassembled. Kashbaum, official photogra
Th. community has lost a have purchased a house on cal Society, spoke on his favorite Land east of the canal was pher of the Seminole Land ft South Trail
citizen: of 28 yean, in the Mabbette Street, Klssimmee, subject at St. Cloud Rotary purchased by the Seminole Investment Co. On the reverse
passing of Mr. Frank James and have moved there with Club meeting. Land & Investment Co. and side the photographerlabeled DRIVEINTHEATRE
West 79 yean of are, who sons James and Nathan. Although most of those shortly thereafter a rapid influx the picture "Old Co.
suffered a heart attack on Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace present had heard him speakon of purchasers began to headquarters and train in
Sept 19 from which he did not have returned to their home the same subject, this shape the future of St Cloud. 1909." The first railroad station

recover passing away the following on Hope Street after spendingthe amazing man, 82 years young, People lived in tents, shacks was a boxcar.
Tuesday forenoon the summer in Pennsylvania. manages to I introduce a and half built houses until The St; Cloud Hotel, on the
21st. Dennis Kowalskl, a studentat --- wealth of new information in their homes were complete.The present site, was opened Oct. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
HI wife, Lucy A., and hU Georgia Tech under the co DORATHY FISHER BOB FISHER his talks. Mr. Dummer has year was 1909 and the 1909 and burned down In December
daughters, Mrs. Martha True op plan, has been spending a pursued his hobby assiduouslysince name of the community was of that year. The present THURS. FRI, SAT.
blood of Kerneriville North few days with his parents he left his beloved New Sunnyslde. Mail service was building was started Immediately 1W

ask Carolina and Mrs. Marian Ri. before going to Canaveral for Glass Menagerie Cast England 13 years ago and one of the first needs of the and finished in the The Beatles 7:00 Color l
of California three months' work. of 1910.
transferred his affection to people and a post office was early summer 'Mister Moees'Robert
grandchildren, survive. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Williams Florida in general and Osceola
established in a printing of. Before: the first hotel burn-
Mr. West was known as a Bob Fisher constitute one-half of the MlUhum
nee Rosalie Howard, : County in particular.The .
fice-shop on Mass. Ave in ed, the Lakeview Hotel, now
: Color
quiet but upright Christianand cast of "Glass Menagerie" which the Theatre Guild will 8:47 -
are back from a few weeks original Hamilton Diss- the 1100 block. Opening date the Lee House, was built at
: leaves friends.A next Friday and Saturday October 8 and 9,
many present week 'Atragon'lapses.
, spent with Bennie's parentsin ton purchase of four million was Oct 14, 1909 and the 10th St and Ky. Ave. It was
funeral service was held Arkansas.Mr. at the Art and Culture Center in Kissimmee. Both are Cut
land 25 cents name of St Cloud was adopt.ed so named because the lake
acres of at
: Thursday morning In the Grit- from Haines City and both will be remembered for their Color
10:52 -
, sons chapel, the Rev. I. K. and Mrs. D. G. Owlett fine performances last year in "American Dame". The acre, Included all of St Cloud for the embryo town. (Continued on page 8))
spent most of last and land south to the Klssim- SUN. MON.. TUES.
ThursdayIn office
, Blowers giving the sermon. other two members of the cast are Eileen Dimitri and In addition to the post
i The Revs. Leland Rogers pastor Orlando on business. Louis Witcher. met River Valley. Ash ton, the same building housed I The Art of Love'
I of Kisslmmee Nazarene The Randell Howard familyIs Both Mr. and Mrs. Fisher are connected with the Runnymede and Narcoossee the Union Sunday School of :>> James Garner
Church, and the Rev. Mr. anxiously awaiting Robin's Haines City school department Bob teaches Spanish and were not included In the original which the Osceola County 1'.e line of.ART' SUPPLIES 7:0010:55 Color

Peavey, pastor of Pilgrim return from service overseas. English in the high school and serves this year as state tract Historical Society has the attendance ., ,lie 1'r.f.wla..l The Pleasure Seekers'Ann
Holiness Church of St Petersburg The Rev. and Mrs. Freddie director for National Thespians in Florida high schools.He The name St Cloud first record book for the AA Margret
offered prayers. Phillips are presently engaged participated In dramatics In college and for the past appeared over the post office period from Sept 19, 1909 to (5" ..... =_ ':00 Color
The Rev. Mr. Foely of in services in Switzer. eight years has directed dramatic activities in Haines that serviced the Disston Sugar Jan. 9, 1910. The school later ..-II\.,.... Namur
Shingle Creek read the Scripture City. Mill and its settlement met in a gospel tent which art ....&.. WEDNESDAYFamily
land.The which was located on the canal was set up on the lot now Coupon Night
lesson. Music was furnished report is that Mrs. A. Dorathy elementary school consultant in the Haines ""x&arfr rtoaxti
by the chapel organist A. Munson, who recently underwent > City area. She was active In College Theatre and Little between East and West belonging to Woman's Cub. i 141-1411 Summer and Smoke'
Honorary bearers were the surgery, is recovering Theatre In Memphis, Tennessee. She also worked in Lakes. Geriatrics: Manor The tent was donated by the H 133 1 East ROBINSON Geraldine Page
Revs. J. -C. Baynum, Russell well. musicals in Lakeland Little Theatre. housed the post office. state Baptist Association. OMANOO.KA. 7:00.11:25 Color
Cuppett, H. B. Kreider, J. H. Mrs. Mary Tvuesdale, Norma Larry Kuhns, director reports that rehearsals are The sugar mill was dismantled First building in St Cloud I 'Desire Under the Elms'
Mornlngstar, Fred Reed, and and Charles were in town going fine and that the Tennessee Williams play Is being and the machines, lumber was the office of the land Sophia Loren 'SO
Mr. Ernest Coolbear.A Saturday. They were former polished into what is expected to be one Clf the Guild's and bricks were shipped company It was located be.
final service was held in local residents who moved to finest productions. He also reports the addition of Andy I

Kernersville with burial in Kissimmee.Mr. Herrmann to the technical staff In charge of properties. It's 1966. Rise with Dodge. Get with the swinging of the !
Shady Grove Cemetery Col- Ben Riblet Is home after Andy was a junior member of the Guild before the Harlequinaders up cars year
fax N. C. a few days at Holiday were organised has worked closely with that
The daughter Mrs. True- Hospital in Orlando. group and has either acted or been backstage In many
blood, came, driving her moth. Mr. and Mrs. David Mutter Guild offerings.
er back to Kernersville where have moved to Kissimmee.Mrs. (
Mrs. West is expecting to stay C. J. Pridgeon has returned 8@ilOO SOOIODDI @ 0 @OO

for awhile. to her home here. Mrs.F. Orange Gardens News
Mrs. Tessie Cox of Alta- M. Hamilton stays with her
mont Springs was a recent nighu.
caller on Mrs. Eugene Kowal The Rev and Mrs. Cecil Visitor Sees
ski.Robert Shatter are on vacation. In Michigan Why wait, when your year Is here? The year to snap tired old ties, to Every one backed by a 5-year or 50,000-mile warranty. Every one

Stunkard, has received the pastor's absence the Rev.R. break old buying habits. The year to really express yourself. with with these features that used to cost extra but now come standard:

notice to appear for J. Eling of Brooksville has Highlights of FloridaBy the '66 swingers from Dodge. Different exciting cars for people with Outside mirror. Padded dash. Variable-speed electric windshield
physical examination to enter been the local
the service. Wesleyan ministering Methodist Church.He different, exciting tastes. Rally 'round Dodge for '66. Dart, Coronet, wipers and washers. Backup lights. Turn signals. Seat belts, two front

Mrs. Iva Donahue has returned and Mrs. Eling have been D. G. Bamford Sympathy is extended to Polara, Monaco. cars made to help you kick the dull driving habit and two rear. And lots more with Dodge. the beautiful Rebellion on

to her home here after staying in the Wireman cot Mrs. T. Ewles of Pontiac, ;Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Boyer In There are lots of Dodges for you to hang your personal rebellion on. wheels. Stir up your spirit and march to headquarters.
a two month's visit In Pom- tage. They have just returned Michigan returned with Mr. the loss of a son-in-law Rev.
troy, Ohio. from a six week's trip to the and Mrs. Frank Green when I Orvin Kilmer Goshen, Indi
Miss Kathryn Pullium accompanied Midwest where they visited they came home from their i ana. Rev. Kilmer was a teacher -
her mother home relatives and ministered In trip through Michigan. Her i of English and Speech at Stamp out cramped
the early part of Septemberand churches and campmeetings.The hosts took her sightseeing In I the Concord High School Elk- c compacts;
has now returned to her Bowe family has moved the many points of interest 1 hart, Ind. His death at this gel
home In Indiana. to the Black house from Florida has to offer. Mrs. ;young age was due to spinal) "B3 Dodge Dart Still talking about ttith"'an .

The Rev. H. T. Roe calledin Loughman.The Ewles flew back home this i meningitis. Mr. Boyer flew to squeezed-up compacts, when you'd rather do -Sized Ddrf
town the past week. Rev. and Mrs. C. A. past week. 'Goshen to attend the funeral. something about them? Put your money where -- -
We are glad to hear that Ferris have been guests of Miss Esther Watts, who resides Mr. and Mrs. George A.
Mrs. Summer Young is planning Mrs. Ferris' father, the Rev. with her niece, Miss Does have returned from a Dart Isl! Unexpectedly big inside, long outside.Six .
to return to her home Fred Reed. Clarlca Houston is In the trip to Rogers Arkansas; or V8 power. Rise up with Dart! Be expansive
here. The Allen Campbells, Mr. Persley has returned Osceola Hospital where she Miami and other cities in Ok. without being expensive. V
who have been living in her and is living In one side of has been confined for;, the lahoma. They visited with
house are moving into one of the former Ivan Davis I bouae past week. Speedy' recovery* relatiyesin Ponca 'City where
Mr.rl Dusenberry'a*'*' houses! ,' .on, England .Boulevard.,, Mine 1 Watts. the temperature raft 105' and
e Mr. Gael Lemmon is now at 103' In Tulia.
They returned
.... #, x '. -.' i home after his trip'in Puerto home to get "cooled off.

Rico.We Mrs. Evelyn Rose in in the '
OSCEOLA COUNTY are sorry to learn that Osceola Hospital. She expresses "BB Dadga Coronet Here comes

Mrs. V Harry (Betty) McPherson her appreciation for Coronet. ,' sharp, smart sassy, the greatest
is incapacitated and confined the many thoughtful kindnesses thing from Dodge since Year One. Loaded with '
to her home In bed. We
Day shown her. We
by do hope for her a fast returnto she will soon be able to hope return luxury the higher-priced cars haven't caught onto

her normal activities. Mr. to her home. yet With a choice of five engines, designed to
McPherson is still at the Natlonal .
make the walls of Dullsville
Garden friends of Mrs. Isabel come tumbling
of Health
Clinical Center Room 133-, Lehr will be glad to learn down. Get away from look-alike, firstcousincars
that, although she Is still in
229 Bethesda, Maryland. The with Coronet
Kissimmee Woman's Club annual membership tea, home of Mrs. doctors are pleased with his the hospital she I. getting
J. A. Hildebrand, Cypress Shores, 8SO-C:80 p.m. responses to treatments although along welL A return to good
United States Army Field Band concert, 8 p.m., Tupperware It isn't known just health is wished for Isabel. Dullsville falls,
Auditorium. when he will be able to return The Clarence Beckwiths bad
home. He wishes to express guests this past week Mr. and .
FRIDAY OCTOBER 1, It65 his appreciation for all Mrs. Earl Schults of Joliet. Coronet
the letters and cards sent to Illinois, who stopped with rIses in '66.
First Graded Replacement Heifer Calf Sale, Kissimmee LiveStock hospital several weeks them enroute to Miami.
Market 1 p.m. He is always glad to hear Mrs. Ray Faulk has been "
United Appeal board meeting 12 Paddle Wheel Steak
noon, '
from "
House.Vanity everyone. receiving extensive and thor \ :.
The library has receivedtwo ough treatments while at the
football game, Leesburg 8 p.m. new books; one by Ruth Orlando AFB hospitaL It is ,

SATURDAY OCTOBER 2.; It65 Montgomery, "A Gift of expected she will be coming 6 7 r
Prophecy". This book tells home this week. The Faulks
St. Cloud Baptist Church intermediate department. hobo party, about Mrs. Jeane Dickson's wish to express their appreciation (,
home of Mrs. Emmet Jones, 7 p.m. predictions and Is a gift of for the kindness shown .
Pleasant Hill Cemetery work day, Saturday sun. NARCE In Gertrude Har them during Mrs. Faulk's prolonged I
St Cloud Sportsmen's Club annual fishathon Cypress Ave. ..,'. name (she was a former stay In the hospital.

pond, beginning at 8 ajn. resident of the Gardens). Mrs. Lulu Beauchamp has
The other book, "Mahalo" by just returned from a seven-
SUNDAY OCTOBER 8,1*<5 Selma Krause, is also a gift week visit with her sons; one

Four from the author and is autographed near Indianapolis and one In r ". ,
Way Singing Convention Nazarene Church, Johnson Are, by her.
Wlnamack Indiana. She also
Lab Wales, 1:30.4:80.MONDAY: Miss Rowena
Edge was spent some of this time with
OCTOBER (, 1X5 pleasantly surprised by a visitor her daughter in Niles, Michi
her nephew J. C. gan. The highlight of her trip big cal'; : .
County Commission meets at Courthouse, 10 a.m. Richmond. Virginia. Mr. Edge was her birthday party a BO Dadga Palara Snap, crackle, "t'ug n,1\ ,our
Rotary Club meets at Paddlewheel Steak House, 12 noon. was in Florida on company wonderful homecoming all yore
Rotary Club assembly at Al Cody Home, 7:30 p.m. business and took time to her children grandchildrenand pop, go the t ties that t bind. You're up and out of Qemsd .

Social Security representative Community House from .9 a-ro. come to Kissimmee to visit great-grandchildren, with the rut with Polara. More "big." More "hot1 A Insist. ,

to 12:80 p.m. with his aunt. the daughters-in-law and son- lot of standard extras (like a 383 cubic inch VB) Dodgesat 4
Friendship Night, Kissimmee Rebekah 42 Woman's Club Mr. and Mrs. Joe Timney
Lodge in-law. Mrs. Beauchamp made Bled
no extra cost See it now. And if you're carry Pp/
building 8 p.m. entertained their granddaughter the long trip back by train. /ara.
Charlene Timney of St. An enjoyable. smorgasbordand ing a big torch for a car that'll really move you, .dii
TUESDAY, OCTOBER S, 115Kissimmee Petersburg for several days. business meeting was bring the torch along. / '

Woman's Club Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith held at the community building
meeting 2:80: p.m., club house, Oak
Street spent a weekend with friends, on the 22nd of the shuffleboard -
Kiwanis Club meets at Mrs. Mac's Restaurant at 6:30 p.m. the Walter J. McClalns of players. At the meeting ,
Tampa. plans were approved for a
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1><5 The Orange Gardens Extension program beginning October 8

Osceola Club Homemakers Club had an through; December 17, on ... t
Dinner meets at Tupperware, A.30
p.m. Interesting workshop Tuesday
Wednesday and
St Cloud Town
Meeting City HaJJ auditorium 10
ajn. morning. Miss Grace Collyerwas afternoon 2 p.m. An Ice Cti2
in charge. She illustratedwith cream type tournament will V r
EVERY WEEK prepared samples methods be conducted under the capable ,t
for bound buttonholes and direction of Gil Hedden
Dally-8 ajn. until sundown-Gatorland. .dV"
Daily-Public Zoo, Lake Front Park, Kissimmee. by blackboard stitches basic assisted by Hubert Nelson. In .. R.
to crewel work. About 20 ladies place of dues I
this it .
year was
Dally-except Monday, Central Florida Museum and Planetarium The .. V '. r.
in attendance.
were voted to charge 15 cents for "
Orlando. Tuesdays through Fridays 10 to 6 ": ..
ajn. p.m., regular monthly meeting followed the j Ice cream each time. / 'rjtSa
Saturdays and
Sundays, 2:00 to 6:00 PIan.tariuaahowinp
p.m. at 1:80 with President Winners
: will
2:30 and 8:80 p.m. Sundays. p.m. receive ke .3 J
Ruby Beswick presiding. cream and 5 cents return.
D.07-loo ajn. until 4:00 p.m. except Saturdays Sundays andholidays
There 80 ladiespresent Losers
'1 were nearly will get ice cream.
-Tupperware Museum Kissimmee.
at this ....Ion. Due to. Equipment and upkeep of the
the illness of Betty McPherson courts will be paid for from
_, Coming Events who was to have conducted this fund. All youse shufflerscome DOOOI DIVISION CHRYSLER
the Dorothy out each Wednesdayand W MOTORS CORPORATION' ,
OCTOBER Beckwith stepped and carried Friday if you can physical HERE'S NOW DOME'S I-YEAR. 000-MILE INCISE AND DRIVE TRAIN WARRANTY PROTECTS YOU: Chrptw Corpontkw ontdwrttf nrrwto til ef ale toMowtoi vital.
I r on. It was both Informative fitness and social stimulation. ..rtlit Ms 1M ctrs tar S fitrs er SO,000 11II.....wkkhivw oxms Int.. which Urn lIlY seeS miter B OM e lKliy ta iMttnd. iM vofkintinkii. .. vill to rtpiKte1 tr mtlr.4
, 8-"Glass Menagerie" presented by Footlight Theatre Guild, and Interesting through st s Oryiltr"" Moten Corporrttos Airtherlttd pMltr'i" ire. of bmtmii a tied durit tar weft pens :...*..block tot... .lutoratl. perk IIItIke imitold helm tv.i,tmn- of
,, Art and Culture Center through Saturday. Dorothy's efforts with group """NIl CM std! .Mtntl. pests (uaptinf mttiitl cIuII).torque eomtrtor drive daft Mivtntl. .joMs, ram sole t4 4iffimilitl *.< rttr steel. ........ '

It-fit Cloud VFW Post 8227 Auxiliary basaar and rummages participation of questions and EVERS ENROLLS AT REQUIRED MAINTENANCE: :tile Mla riii|MitltMiioi services..nqvirad s..r tto WM fJ- ., VFW Ball, beginning 11 ajn. answers on the program top. SAw vry sewed ell dais;dt"artwitor sic liter. every I months t4! npitoe. R every t peen;nt tvoqr I emits hmW. sv...... tf this rtqtirte service to s Ckmlor Moton ':9
icA New Look FLORIDA SOUTHERN Ctrporttios AvttocizW Poiitf tntf! ftflstit him to t rtlfy ftctipt of such svidtiics\ ste! you. car's ......Simple ttoiiih tar wt Importttl.....".. .
11-Social Security representative at City Hall St Cloud, from at Our /iq
9 sun. to 18:30 p.m. Mate". Melvin Charles Evers of :
12 W8C8 of Shingle Creek Methodist Church meeting home of The "welcome mat" Is out Klssimme Is among the (00
Mrs. Ike Taylor, 9:80. to Miss Jeanne Crumble and freshmen and transfer students RIEDEL MOTORSj I
15"Chu Menagerie" presented by Footlight Theatre Guild, her sister. They have just who comprise this .A
Art and Culture Center through Saturday. moved Into the home formerly year's entering class at Florida .
1-8t. Cloud Golden Age Club meeting, community house, occupied by the EllmortLakes. Southern College Lake 21 Emmett St. KJ .. 917St.Ct
10:80 a.m.e land.

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The Gasette, Klssimmee, Florida, Sept 80, 1965-Page Three

Registration Purposes and Objects of

Books OpenAt

filitorials CourthouseSaturday, October 2, is the Voic""tl.e.caple St. Cloud CofC OutlinedBy

last day to register and be
able to vote in the November Jerry Bereon will par dUll and be ftctir la
at The Gazette 2 special election, according to J. L. Hutchinson and CharlesDixon Ind.It is hoped that every bus-! 'CofC activities. There .U no

Dorothy Purdy, county supervisor members of the St. mess man and woman aa welli limit to what the chamber can I
of elections. Cloud Chamber of Commerce a representative from each accomplish with every shoulder
i Registration book of Osce civic and service organisation/ to the wheel.
Board of Directors, attendedthe
ola County will be
Chamber of Commerce

I 4-HHas Something through In the Saturday new County at the CourtHouse office Editor, The Gazette: Editor The Gazette: 'workshop Florida Development, coordinated Commission by the St. Cloud to Take Vote \

Annex, she said. As I leave the position of The dog-barking situation last Friday at the CherryPlaza : I
The registration is for the General Manager of the Florida hereabout seems to be Im Orlando.
1 special election five amendment On New Chamber SloganBy
on Commission in orderto
Citrus proving. Many dog owners realize
Adjusting to change is one of the toughest demands to the state constitution become Executive Directorof that when their dogs The two men reported the

I modern society makes on every man, woman and the special tax school the Florida Phosphate bark, they wake up hard work. workshop being; They interestingand said Jerry fieriest much thought. and deliberationby

I and child in the United States. Schools, churches, district election which will be Council, I want to thank you Inc people and make people that help in many fields Is St. Cloud Chamber of Commerce the committee. Pat Duke,
conducted on November 2. most sincerely for the fine Slogan Committee has chamber president, and com
very nervous.
business, government and civic organizations are all available to local chambers for
The constitutional amendments support which you have given However, there are still a selected the five following slogans mlttee members hope every
I involved because they Influence the thoughts and Include the $ oooooooo to me and to the Commission few families who let their dogs the CofC asking.dues for 1995-66 to be voted on by residents one In the city will vote on one
I. actions of their particular clientele. Today's children road building program, division In communicating news and Information bark at night These families sent to the office or riven maybe and business people of slogan to be used In advertising. <
of state into four appellate about Florida citrusto should be told they are wakIng the city: Voting may be done at
are especially vulnerable. be directed
i They can on court districts, one additional readers.The to Pat Duke, chamber presi
your St. Cloud Cloud the chamber office of
Florida's ,
people who need their corner
the broad path to consummate understanding county Judge in Lake County, Florida citrus Industry dent Dues for active membersare
or I,. rest to do a good job. with a silver liningWe're 10th Street and New York
J'J'shunted' along the narrow byways of prejudice. to the provide circuit that court the In clerk Palm of and the people of Florida aretoday Dogs barking are a public $25$10 and, payable for associate Oct. 1. members PROUD of ST. Ave. Mrs. Dorothy Fettle,
very nuisance. Therefore, neighbor CLOUD. Come join OUR chamber secretary, will helpIn
i For more than half the 4-H Clubs have Beach County shall also be the about the activities of their Purposes and objects of the crowd. .
a century should work together to stop any way possible.Author
chamber set down the
clerk of the criminal court, Citrus Commission In its as by
endeavored to the manyprograms this deplorable condition. People St Cloud-Not a place to of the winning slogan
guide youth of our country throughthe and a change to make the term of advertising, research constitution and by-laws are:
who let their dogs bark live, but a way to live. will be guest of honor at
fourfold "motor vehicle" also include "This organization Is
program of developing Head, Heart, and regulation for theindustry organized
certainly don't think much of St Cloud A ProgressiveCity the CofC costume party and
mobile homes, traUer coaches, Much of the credit for the purpose of securing .
i Hands and Health to better So far 4-H has
living. house trailers and camper for this public awareness their dogs, and certainly don't and dissemination of valueto of Friendly People.St installation Oct. 21. Mrs. Dukeis
i touched 23 million men and women. Currently there type conveyances to you and your colleagues goes in give any care to their neigh Its members and to the community Cloud, The Friendliest planning a gala Installation
are 2J4! million boys and girls between the ages of the journalism media.Thank bors. at large; to promote City in the U S. A. party. She is presently working i
They say dogs reflect thefp These five slogans were selected out details of an interesting -
\ 9 and 19 who are members of the 94,800 clubs in ObituaryFRANK you again for your owners. This may well be true trade' and advance generallythe from 77 entries after program
and I trust tourist
assistance to me, agriculture, commercial
every county throughout the 50 states. In Osceola this good relationship will\ John McDonald industrial and other

'I County there are 135 members and 10 adult leaders W. WICHMANN continue with my successor, West Vine Street Interests of the community; to

in the seven clubs. There are 44,000 members in Flor- Mr. Frank W. Wichmann Mr. Edward A. Taylor unify the energies and effortsof I
l ida. 67, 2326 West Vine Street Kindest regards, September 17. 1965 the people in any and all SummaryProposed
I Hi passed away Sunday. Born in Sincerely yours, Editor, The Gazette: common causes that shall enlist
Indiana, he moved to Kissim Homer Hooks We wanted to take a moment their interest and especially Amendments to
l During National 4-H Club Week Osceola Coun.
mee from Indianapolis, Indiana General Manager to tell you how happywe I to spread abroad the knowledge
: ians along with the nation pay tribute to 4-H, to the in 1957. He was a retired were that you could find of the attractions and Florida ConstitutionSpecial
club leaders, parents of 4-H'ers and county and state secretary for the B &: 0 Rail Peter's and St. Luke's Episcopal the time to be with us at Lake sources of the City of St. The

extension service workers. We add good wishesto road.Survivors. Church, St Cloud, offici of the Ozarks. Cloud and Osceola County 1
our include his wife, ating. The funeral party left Your interest, as shown by "The activities of this or. Statewide Election, November 2, 1965
all who encourage, train and guide 4-H boys and Helen; sisters, Mrs. Charles Sunday for Montrose, Michigan your attendance and by the /ganisation shall be carried out r j ik\

girls everywhere. And we do mean everywhere, for Fill, Mrs William J. Bern- where final services and clippings that have crossedmy in a strictly non-partisan, (Prepared in the Office of Secretary of State)
4-Hls, no longer confined to farmers' sons and daugh. loehr. Mrs William F. Wood, interment were to be held on desk, Is much appreciated. non-section and non-sectarian
? all of Indianapolis, and Miss Wednesday afternoon. Grin Thank you, and best wishes basis and in no event shall the
; ers. Phoebe Wichmann o( New aom Funeral Home was in until we can get together organisation take part in or 1. District Court of Appeal Authorizes the Legislature
York; brother, Virgil Wich- charge of arrangements again. lend its influence in the election to increase the number of appellate district from
The emphasis of 4-H Club week in Osceola Coun. mann of Indianapolis. Sincerely, or appointment of any three to four or more. Each District Court of Appeal i I.

I ty will be on joining 4-H. The week's observanceswill Funeral services were heldIn JOHN WILLIAM HICKS E. C. Kiekhaefer person to public office" required to have at least three judges. However, the t
also the chapel of the Riedel Klekhaefer CorporationFond At-least of the aims Is Legislature has authority to provide for additional judges.
acquaint more parents with 4-H and seek Mr. John William Hicks, 80, one
Funeral Home at lla.m. Wednesday 2. County Judge Lake County Authorizes theLe..ialatur.
Du Lac, Wisconsin
of St. Cloud being carried out in advertising
their passed Sep / -
cooperation.In away
with Dr. George E.Beauchamp to provide, without local referendum, for one
in Brevard .
tember 21 in Kissimmee. Born County papers.This
The additional county judge In Lake County This amendment -
Osceola County 4-H members officiating In Canton, New York he Art Scalli in advertising program will
are wearing
following served as casket- Tops requires concurrent approval of the elector of Lake +
moved escalated in the coming
to St. Cloud six ,lIna..o. / -
their uniforms in school classrooms bearers Erford County as well as statewide.
on Wednesdayand : ,
He to include northern
was a retired farmer, year
Friday of National 4-H Week. An Officer Train. Lewis, Ray Faulk, Sam Lup- a 60-year member of the National Insurance Sales newspapers. S. Clerk of the Court Palm Beach County Provides .
fer that the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Palm Beach
III, Louis J. Zeh and Ell-
ing Class for 4-H Club members was conducted Monday more Lake. Interment was in Grange Patrons of Husbandry Arthur R. Scalli of 806 Ma- Inquiries have been received County shall also serve as the Clerk of the Palm Beach
and a member of the pie Street, has qualified aa a from Jack and Virginia
at the County Agricultural Building. Osceola Memory Gardens. County Criminal Court of Record.
First Church member of the 1965 Star Clubof
Methodist of
Green, Eau Gallie Charles
Riedel Funeral Home had ; 4. Road Bond Issue Authorize the Issuance of
During the past decade 4-H has quietly adjusted charge of arrangements.CLAUD Canton. New York Life Insurance Cross, Tltusville,'and WilliamE. twenty-year bonds In an amount not to exceed 800 million ,
,( Survivors Include his two Company.The McReynolds, Eau Gallic,
asa dollars without further legislative/ approval for the construction
to change; Families leaving the farm for towns and i
daughters, Mrs. John Watts Star Club is composed result of a small classifiedad and reconstruction of Florida primary road
cities; city folks moving to the country; the mush Claud Fletcher F. THOMAS Thomas, 70, and Mrs. Charles Magee, both of New York Life's outstanding In a Brevard County news.paper. Into four or more lane highways. It provides that the

1 rooming of suburbia; the unprecedented advance of of 1307 MabbetU Street, KIs- of Syracuse, New York. 1964-65 agents and Is based upon state will pay 50 per cent of the cost of gtght-ef-way
sales records
simmee The body was forwarded to accord. An advertising committee is acquisition of these roads. Pledged for repayment of the
and passed
technology science; the expanding interests and away suddenly Canton: New York for burial ing to General Manager Joseph .
Friday afternoon. presently working on plans bonds for the next 20 years are one and one-half cents of
needs of youth.According A native of St Paul, Nebraska rites and interment in Evergreen J. Curtis of the company's for a map showing/ the loca- the existing 4 cents "first" tax on gasoline. The Legislature
d he moved from Clarksvllle Cemetery, Canton Orlando general office. tion of St. Cloud and Osceola Is authorized at a later date to increase the amountof
to a breakdown of 4-H enrollment supplied Michigan to KUslramee Riedel Funeral Home was In As a member of the Star County: and its leading highways the bond issue, providing approval Is given by a two- ,
by.the Federal,Extension Service, U. S. Depart. 11 years ago. charge of local arrangements. Club Scalli has qualified to to be used In future advertising third vote in both bou.... However such an increase }
this educationalconference
He was a retired farmer, year's ;. would not.require approval by the people in a publle refer ,
and an oversea veteran of JAMES FRANK WEST Sept. 22-25 ,at r ..w'r residents 'eeo"ti'n-{ : endum.1
membership Aiheville, North! Carolina.. ,*u 6 :Mob\\\lUom Taxea Lalr.l'df\ mobile
: *
World War One. He was a Funeral services for James eUtfred jit CofC office arJHr <. ;
:; ''" member\ o( the Disabled Amcr. Frank West, 79, of Intercession acn n ,| and,, Mrs. r Stanley ,Cut-, home and other house trailers a* "motor vehicles," on .

. 'j races'add/,creed*, and families of_ ,all.economic"'black-J "fan Veterans and an Episco City, were held at 10:30 ; shaw, 833 Kentucky Ave. for. less they are permanently' affixed to land, and hence ,
> palian.Survivors. a.m..Thursday from the Gris- ObituaryRICHARD mer,resldeate of Detroit,' and making them subject to a license tax a* motor vehicle
grounds are represented. include his wife, corn Chapel,with the Rev. I. Mrs. IJJIUn Boyle, 010 Flori- instead. of a personal property tax. I 11
Among the broad goals of 4-H knowledge Mary Ellis Thomas; three *onaJohn K. Blowers, officiating, assisted L. HURLEY, Sr. da Ave. from I South Bend, J I
aeo gain Thomas, Klssimmee, by the Reverends Lelan J. Funeral services for Richard -,
and skills. Strong emphasis is placed on leadership Ross and Leroy Thomas, both Rogers George Fraley and Leigh Morley, Sr., 80, of Alligator S.Now's
citizenship and upgrading of personal standards. of Lake Odessa, Michigan; Billy P'Y)'. The funeral partyleft Lake, were held at 2 o'- .
two daughters, Harriet Weeks, Thursday afternoon for clock Thursday from the Gris- ,, .
Projects are many and varied. Members learn to Saranae Michigan and Alice Kenersville, North Carolina, corn Chapel, with the Rev,
sew, cook, tend a garden, care for livestock and Dye, Shannon, Mississippi!; where final services were to Kenneth E. Thornton, Minister }
household pets, use safe practices at all times in the IS grandchildren and one be held Saturday, with Interment of the First Baptist Churchof
great grandchild.Funeral following in Shady Grove St. Cloud officiating. Inter-
home, school, recreation, on the highway and farm. services were held Cemetery, Colfax North Car- ment followed In Mount Peace

at 7.80 p.m. Saturday in the olina. Grlssom Funeral Home, Cemetery, St., Cloud. Grissom V p
There also are projects in photography, entomol. Grissom Chapel, with the Rev. was in charge of arrange Funeral Hqme was In charge

ogy economics, public speaking and nutrition. The Walter Cawthorne, Vicar St. ments. of arrangements./

learn-by-doing method helps to give the youngsters a .,Ai

pretty good start toward a future career. Many go

on to college as the result of project experience, and it i

some are aided through 4-H scholarships.

The 4-H Clubs do not take the place of formal I '.

education or parental guidance and responsibility. But ;

they do help. The fact that in 4-H there Is literally j ,
f4 r f t
"something for every boy and girl" makes 4-H unique I-flit

and commands the respect, support and cooperationof

C residents of the communities it serves, and business 1 Two out of'three traffic accident*-and )HhI1 t d4; I

as well. I nearly three out of four raffle deothi-

} occur on two.Ian*roads Mart of'Florida'* A '
If your sons or daughters are of 4-H age, why 4 *'t
primary tyitem today U two lane and 4)
; j
not contact your county extension office and get them r 1 b'
per cant of It ti classified' "poor" or :
enrolled in a club. You'll be glad you did. tos -V critical'' by engineer!. The $300 million "
::50'z: Improvement Amend t' .' w
; ( meant 'for constructing

Are You Beautifying? 1241 miler 0'new,'four.lane highways on 4 k
the mart critical rovtet. ..
A few years back, the Osceola County Court f PY. ZE

House grounds were an expanse of hard-packed dirt,

with a little bit of straggling grass. .
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Today, thanks to the County Commission and the :; ; '
Motor vehicle registration In florid. .
garden club, It is a place of beauty: lush green grass nova doubled! In 10 y.onovt.o"at.. f v_ --'I-; I

lovely azaleas. ....omobil.lroffie hoi increased 'from 2ftmdllw h

The is also can four yean ago to 6 million
City expanding its efforts to make
today An efficient, smooth traffic flow Is p the time to fill
i city property more attractive. Note for example the vital'for tourism. for new business and j J

1 flower beds in our parks, and even a string of flowers Industry and'for..,.Iy. "
alongside the lumber stacked on Monument Avenue. ;

The City has also started mowing and edging the strips with Summertime! .

'I' between sidewalk and street which have for years

been neglected.The ., ,

Thousands of Florldians face economic Now before you need it, is the time to insure your family's healthful
city and county have taken the lead. Let'sall ' '
pitch In and help them keep Klssimmee-the city chaos because they Invested In tourist- warmth and comfort this winter. By phoning the Standard ,
oriented businesses
along primary
\ v
beautiful ) roads before' the Interstate and turnpike Man for a fill-up with Standard

-- tystemi were started Florida', visitor STANDARDHEATING Heating Oil. Clean-burning, odorless.
+ 1M
Y 1 cannot be expected la leave four.'lane
4i..68 Fills every corner with steady, soothing
(; zette highway to travel parallel two.'lane road OIL

? that ere both dangerous and slow. The warmth. Yet it costs no more!

A JOHN H PERRY NEWSPAPER rrsm"'n -+ Highway Improvement Program has been For unmatched service, call the Standard

declared an emergency by Cov:Haydon ISTA N DA R DI Oil Distributor-a local man who knows
Earl E. Neiberger ._ Editor lumiand by the W3 Florida legislature, :
-1 needs and can serve them quickly.
whkhvotedov.nvhelminglyinfevao4it. 0)) L your
Second class postage paid at Poet Office at Klssimmee, Florida
12741. Published every Thursday Stewart Avenue and Verona We take better care of your comfort
Street, Klssimmee. Telephone 847-2881. Mail address P. O. FLORIDA/ FORWARD
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Subscription price by mail $4.00 per year, months S2.M. VOTE FOR AMENDMENT NO. 4 NOV. 2 "tf\\' 1 E. P. NEID, AGENT *: ; '
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Wishes For Much Success In The Future. Matinees 2:30
% td and Prosper For Many More Years Saturday and Sunday
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Newest Fabrics & Colors Cecil and Mary Ellen Sylvester,Owners PERSONS Inc.
Phone: 847-3524 The Curse of the Fly'
Betty Rote Pendleton Brian DonUvy. Carole Gray
DbuloGrofCommuters 'Devils of Darkness'
William BleatnJlu

KissimmeeKISSIMMEE'S _.... Rock Hudson
-___ 39 YEARS! Gina The Lollobrljlda Blob' t

.. tt. A .. Steve McQueenCLOUDST.
't'" "'!.
Nome aarm_


I DECORATOR FUR I Strange Bedfellows'
SERVICE ;, ra. ... UReCODipAl1'I Rock Hudson
ANT K Gina
IID. .m'. .. \
NEWEST& FINEST RADIO&TELEVISION ..v 0" uM Sunday Matinee 2 p.m.

M.ywr hi....dt .n4 iflhbn h.f. S e..eNful ....... fof yuririf SERVICE ross_... ....10. 'Ride Fabian the Tab Wild HunterADMISSION Surf'
." pWtvr Hn rJ t....fvll, 7.ur bvdgvt REFRIGERATOR Dear September
VISIT OUR BEAUTIFUL LOUNGE ELECTRICAL FrIends: 30, 1965 Adults eSe Children 2Sc

Enjoy A Refreshing Drink APPLIANCE SERVICE For
Full Color T.V.Programs SERVICE ('amI I years lie 1v0 Utter perfect gitt4a I
DISTRIBUTOR FOR e.s. We served

DOWNTOWN KISSIMMEE 847.5731 GREENS FUEL GAS :oPPortunIty Would I !ke to You and Your tL .
to 0
the thank each take t hIs' INITIAL 7A M
year 0( OUr NOTES
aftersearass that
You CUstomers
A meeting will be held on Tuesday October 5th have
to discuss and report on a rapidly advancing new We are gIven U* HUNT BROS. \
concept of pre-school education. ,.The scientific Interested
background 'leading to this theory will also be Is ore In

presented. All parents, educators and interested render reason lihy each cast if your hut foei W '
parties are cordially invited to attend. Presiding each lie have 0mer. \
John 0,Rao MD., Dining Hall,Osceola Hospital, lie Can Year, been ThIs
more able
7:30 P.M. COntInue servIce. to I \ BILLS GO"DUr
hand SellIng
'Se .
at h / Why '
M reasonall.e -4ua1 : \

" x BILL & RALPH'S:AUTO SERVICE ... W ;!ht? .,:. ( fca ., '" 'Ir" I.ctJ/lt; "ii; .: "
? Pleas "do/it ; # I
Corrfrn! nt Auto Repair, I'tI ? t ': : <
.LaT. It With Ua white YM Shop D w.t.wm 1- tre to ; 'ff
many stlrvlng our have ; .
Aero** FI.M Ik* First Natl.aal Bank 'ore thtl / t 6
KISSIMMEE, ..41.1218'd OUr, servIce years. We Ar J/f'ntl CUstomtirs "
,' ,
be and /vto for

ForEconomy AgaIn Under sOld assure YOu that Impro ve,, tv
on 'e
& Quality OsceOla'e "ant to qUalIty ""IInot OIL HOME HEATERS
Phone forcf tht fieat down !'
COUnty the merchandIse.
('or ant fuel kils <
8474021Extra theIr pa tronage 0( ... ft own !i

We Take Trade-ins too.
Quality .......-. Call(47.2100 Now For
Respect A Free Home Survey ;
Blocks At No "OJ IVel ".r,
Extra CostMember ;:. +:" b Y'\ i
of Osceela County Asm. J,4' ; : .
Ready-Mixed Concrete ,:, 'LJt.t t. .
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INC. :'.$ "vlNa' ; H. T. FURNITURE ,"" .. CHICKEN I
Neptune Road Kissimmee : o.c R ; : FREEZETTE 1
H 0 At .

(0WAITING? ?? .:, C 8 1151 ;!.' COIN CAR WASH

e.c1i So Are We! '.\f: ARKS FURNITURE COMPANY + .."7 !*{ NOW OPEN

; Behind Freezette"FOR
Ie See Yew-And Hove You See
Fashionable Attire fer lab,AndMatherTeBe aroma IN rr.CLOUD AND KIMOMMEXCONGRATULATIONS THE
6 bedrooms 2 bathi.Approximately .
1 acre of land withat
STORK SHOPPE least 20 young trees.Closeto
THE business section. All this
147-2763 for only $13,000 and the
104 Broadway '7 C CALL US FOR terms are excellent to a
FREE ESTIMATESOn WE ARE PROUD OF qualified purchaser. Can be ,t
,. handled with less than 10%
To OUR 20 YEARS HAPPY down. We will arrange easy
*heating financing for you.
? *
Florence Harnett Harris
*INSULATION PARKS Daniel or Buster Maklnson

Phone 147-430* 321 Broadwsy 847-3133

y He Has Two and

Three Bedroom i OUR CUSTOMERS

BB gg t \ TANK CO.

: OR
A Nice Apartment ea d <* *
CEMENT WORK-280 Gallon Grease Traps Front Wheel Alignment& Wheel Balancing
designing Engine Tune Up
Takes A Little
: Only *
15 YEARS EXPERIENCEs Engine Overhaul
;. Money To Buy A House From u.+ *Transmission Repairs

IRUCE'S SUNSHINE HOMESBruce By "BETTE" v, .,C. ROTHROCK Owner and Operator **Complete Gas Oil Brake-Lubrication Service

( A.Partin) Your Assurance Of Good Taste Located at KlMinmee Transit-Mli; Co.

Kissimmee 22 S.Bermuda
23 Broodwov fh.147-4411 Ph.847.3552

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Bargain Be, Thursday, September 80, 1965 ,

__ I_ ,'..,'.,'w."" '" ,,,,,'.'.,"" ','.'..,.. ............ .... a1U,' _.._ _.. ...... !
? :?i:? Grad. "A"Fresh

.c Florida or Georgia
f r.hy.; .:. Whole BaggedFRYERS S.

L ..
F t ?' f1

PARADE 2 bath, central AVENUEBR heat and

210 air conditioning.overalL Beautiful 2 loU oaks 78 x r }' 23 l Hostess HAM e'

Screened porches and open .
patloi. Large separate buildIng .
tot storage, shop or <
guest building. Letut show
you this one. $20,800Unfurnished S
limit 2 Pleas REG. $1.39FULLY
8 BR 1 bath Ro>d1 a Tii'Go. f91I&9t'ii ti Cdti I BONELESS
home Nicely I landscaped v READY TO
large lot Florida Room
hardwood floors range air SERVE

conditioner new roof, six. e .. ,, .
; .
bearing fruit trees. AU for PLAY ::
$10,000. We will help you :
arrange financing. .3

IIoooRIG! -
Exclusive rVLB. ..
-Realtor coopers
,I tion Invited. For the family -- ..
who wants the best CY. BOROENS BIG 10 CANNED =
SHORES. For the
finest buy on beautiful Lake Can. Biscuits 2 35 .
with Tohopekallga.2 full baths 3 BR quality home CANS ; ,.1
fixtures. Formal Dining Rm.. :
Family Room, Den double 491 '-01. Cup PALMETTO FARMS BBQ BAKED REGULAR 49( LB. .

Ing Garage Refrigerator, wall to wall Freezer carpet., REG 65* QTS. SALAD DRESSING Beans. 39x d Perch Fillets. -. 39j '::
Washer Dryer and central .
heat and air conditioning Miracle Wliip49Deep I .,
Range and many extra kltch.. REGULAR 491 12-ox PKG. COPELAND rARNOW WHOLE HOG HOT. MILD OR MEDIUM
en Large lot, private
dock easy care Two South Salad Dress 39'
living.screened Shown porches by for appoint outdoor qt. Franks. 39* Pork Sausage 79/


UELLWOOD- -PARK A......_ "" -"'''''' r.. \' 'I\lfE :J. : : i;" C' ... -
"A Nice Place to Live" 214
Polnclana Circle 2 BR, Flor.
equipped kitchen
2 cirarage.
hood. Just. Excellent reduced neighbo for quick House Tide r
sale.' $ll,00t :I USDA }'

Fine ORANGE location GARDENS Beautiful RIO. 99' i I REQ. 83
cor = CHOICE
nero 2819 W. Doris Unfurnished I CHOICE
CB home 2 BR large -oz. 59Umr ? I I GIANTBOX 49 f
Hobby Room can be 3rd Bedroom .
1 full bath, one plumbed JAR R si.B59 .j
In. Beautiful screenedporch. I I '
Fruit trees and lovely one with' $..00 order. or more. UmK era with $..00 order. or more.

shrubbery.the extras See to In appreciateall this fine .....rrr.rrrr....rr\rr\rrN\\r\\r._rrr t\.rrrrrrrrrr_.rNNr\r\r\rr\! ___
home. Offered for only I I 100 EXTRA STAMPS U' S CHOICE, W-D BRAND CHUCK

2330 Catherine St, Orange Astor Coffee I BONELESS
Gardena Pau this up If yob ,, '. ,I
dont "want bargain. Lau;. i! Roast U: ::''CHOrCFW-tfiRAND ROUND. BONi
dry: dining area, screened I: .. SHOULDER *
porch, Florida Room 2 BR 79t REG. 59

f NEW one bath.whistle All See clean It, you as !a 6-ox. 49'RM. I GIANTBOX 39 a... $2.99 $249

storage buy It.All room for too.14200. Extra JAR J _2Li._ROAST__. Roast 79'


Fully furnished In excellent ..
t taste. A lovely home with ...
many extras you'll have to
see to appreciate. Top quslIty 1

and Refrig 0....., Built-in Deluxe Range Frig, Red TokayGRAPES 1
and Dryer: K'a a 1 CAN RIG. 33* No. K CHERRY STAR WHITE MEAT
steal If yon are ready to fl.
buy, see Cove this one at 114,500. INEAPPLE . 41. TINA . 3/89'
In or call
Florence Haraett, Harris 2< *JV4 CAN DEL MONTE Sliced w Holvee RES. 391 IB-os. DEEP SOUTH

Daniel or Associate Beater Maklason, v: C. PEACHES 41. GRAPE JELLY . 29'

W. H. Morse Corp., ''fpPL SAUCE: : MAID $ GRAPE JELLY 39'
Realtors 8/ 1.MOULAR .

I 2/ CANS THRIFTY' MAID RI6 65t 2 25
323 Broadway 847-3133 BEETS = i f-ol'BurnR. 49' ;
Elltl..... agents for lovely CUT / .
Fair awn Manor Estatce Lots K.. 2/J3 *30J Cons THRIFTY MAID Jiv.wLpe. REGULAR 29* JUMBO HUDSON

Realtor Cooperation Invited SWEET PEAS . Isle PAPER TOWELS 41. SNOW WHITE LARGE HIADIC'flower


A tl/S. CORN '. I/I. RICE . . 39' L\CH ;
46.os. REG. ( or lOVi-os. Miniatures
REAlIORfj PINCH iA' 1Dyl'iiis'7 5 4SV
. 4/1. . LIS.


mi 81. 10 >A 59x;

F' furnished wall-to-wall ear. CATSUP: : BREAD .VE23' U. S. Na I YILLOW
{"tins;, air cond. Close to TOMATO /I. BAR-B-QUE .
lake and business 113,500 section Oleo *.89' OnionsMRS. 539Scul

IF YOU dont drive, see this PRICES, GOOD THRU OCTOBER 2ND
-2 BR home Close to ..
every. www.eaa- --.s.rerelrt
thing hardwood floors, Flor.
Ida Rm. Utility Rm. built-
In stove and oven. Real nice rET d--- s out o Don.o uNarTopwRM--- \ rrr\r \\\ \\\\ rrNrrs
$13,000 _; s /
SEE THIS I Richardson 1 Fruit Pies I I I T4'VALUl3TAMr. rwr.w. : 1 I . : '!.STAMMSi ..
Trailer 10 x 48',patio 9 x 32' : 1 /.o0. ao...... s la_A&4Cb
Large lot shade low taxes, PM/e iN u noe -
6 miles out. Ie1.t.M Mtsto.. i 1i Ml Items s left ;
|6S60 ... j ji
: 3 Y89 .eoa\w a. ails i .gee. TM1IO ftTOf .>:. -
SIZE ; ... e :.::.: 81:.
TWO GOOD low priced two ......................... -- .e .\..............
bedroom frame houses. Good
buys-18,000 each EXTRA i Esc -iraA
Due Maid
plea apU. Three rooms each. All Flavors Thrifty Na _..-La._. see le. w
g Close III $58.00 Juice Dinners Ground Lrlbt P.O.Beefcor ;
6/1./ Scallop 8..1
SEE ego... taw XT SWTC Bel I msu MY. Sue...
Nikon Realty Men Ice MILK 2-u. PKC. PAN-REDI BREADED ...p'.._.-... -- 1.1 ..:::.......n.w..rr........... rM

; SINCE 1MKIS8IMHBB. Shrimp T5fc. I *VALUI STAJMMmtotm I I I ToPvaw1 EXTRA sTAMPs... Etot.. UfI'I'

... / .....
HALF 1v5 S -arwv ei
39; flinch i SiriolH Steaks i Tsr l.yTnd
: ; .
Offra Yvr Che4c Taters 5 iL2e 99 I IT---I S L. N CTT ee I 81:
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INDEED BE BRIGHT 19U tORD Sunrise Center KissimmeN

MANN-FRAKES, INC. TilE Fem.nss .

Phone S47-2I41 124 Broadway 2913 MERCER





I r EXCITING NEW 9 GAME Behind NOW Freezette OPEN OCT. 3.9

A.K.C.REGISTERED If* a good time to clean out the attic and get rid
PUPPIES FOIl SALESTARKEY'S of the trash,about your home or business that adds
up to a fire hazard. Check the wiring and the fur.
LL) note at the same time.
Eliminating these risks will help to reduce
'\.. our na.tlon'
:,:, ) .terrific annual fire lost and that means lower
ie .f j premiums. Ir1! well worth the effort.
00 STORS'S Y1 '
+'I % LUPFER'S Insurance Agency
3 Mi HIGHWAY N.rth., 12 Broadway-Next To The Bank-847.4121,
4' "'-192.1971

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WASHER No.653 s1| 99"



FREE aG uvtlit.

store today. to aoL w s I & f e
You only too D llA GET FREEPLAYING I and playing ticket .-r- \
need one. o R ''. TICKET Vith will reveal letters 8/Y' PANNINGLUMBER

No purchase ,,0oo c i ARD Master Card and additional that may SPELL A WINNER
necessary... tickets on each store visit. i on your Master Card.

We give you the "key"to winning one or more of the she denominations.of R) i
monty prizes on your very next visit to the store.You keep the SUPER$PELl O
MASTER CARD and use it with the ploying tickets we'II give you every single
tune you visit us. ft costs nothing to play and no purchase is required Just OVER I
follow the instructions printed on the playing tickets,visit our stores frequently a
and you could be one of the many thousands of winners who"cash: in"on
this exciting,money.loaded game Came rules printed on playing tickers must
be regular observed newspaper Game ads.HUNDREDS b. effective until we announce expiration date in our $125.. o 0 o e.00 ,r,1! 44'
6 Ft.Pine


AT EACH STORE 4.95 $2.49


THOUSANDS OF WINNERS j 5 Qt .. . .35' U.S.Gov't Approved
2/Gal . ... . 59 MAILBOX
EVERY WEEKhilfA7ArwffzIllz7vDAqIJ UI 3 Gal. . .. .69* Movnted6:2S01loc1c Complete I With: Stand


N.Orange Bloss Tr. Kissimmee


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I Bee, Thursday. September 30. 1965 :
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SALES A SERVICE 1 -, .', b ,
I 0.0,01.1 '- : '
: 10 and Electrical Appliances 1..' I' If I\ .. .'

I i t !19. PARKS C.mplct.IIom FURNITURE Kluimme _*COMPANY FumUhlaf SL CloudGREEN'S ACAtL FOR I \f(, .". ,.. ..- _. ..'..,...r, J _.:....,-

1 $ I 4.
HId FUEL pT. LT: ""

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Phone 847-4171-847-4172
Klulmmee rsa E
Phone 892-2UU-St. Cloud GAS EQF

Cu Delivery, Klutame troy" /
Robert O'Berry 847-3219 DELIVERIES
C. O. Tjmer __ 847-4097 AND
Jimmy Jeffries 892-4228 ;
Gas Service, KI.....,.
: J. B. Rountree -__ 847-4062 GREEN FUEL trademark tl your Guarantee of Sail* 3913 .MERCER
Emory Bronton 847-4570 toctlon. With our own rflntrti. vut underground and aboveground
l'lI Leo Girourd 847-2061 ttortfi ftcllltltt. plus our own railroad, tank car fleet,
Robert Allen you can always depend on a reliable CM supply.GREEN'S

Kenneth Bledioe 892-7695 .
Tom Morris 892-3196 THE SHOWINGOf
CM Service, St CloudF. The
I .. _
I I i John Hedffecock Evans _...-.._-_ 892-2888 892-2829 PARKS FURNITURE CO. ALL NEW 1966 CHRYSLERS
i Or Call "SN Ui For Your Oat Appliances"KUslmmoo
i H.T.Simmons,Mffr.847-4819 '
St. Cloud ,
J. R. Crowell __ 847-6682 ;': > < /
l ,' 1 847.4171 _____ 192.2011
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# J- The 1966 Plymouths & Valiants

Are Also On Display


sorr 1021 Penn Ave St. Cloud Ph. 892-3724

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.' Vz=zt:: 1 h IF YOU 1 : gQli i il

.j I l; OPT' x '* 1.ill ':1r' t 'jli 4

ocr,4> DONhTWAITw; b


'TIL 0 C T.1

; That's when the sensational '66 Chevrolet will be on hand for

I you to see and drive! If you want a '66 model car, we urge you

to wait and compare our '66 Chevrolet values against any other

I '66 make! Make a date to come to our showroom on !

I' You'll be glad you waited!

rf m
Family ($6400))

\ 1. Christmas Basket Fund (Kissimmee $400; St. Cloud $.400'.0) ,, ......... 800
Dave 2. Family Emergency Fund . . .. . ,...... ..'...J.tIP....VS-U.; ... 800
Burchf ield Chevrolet Olds 3. Children's Home Society of Florida .. . .. ... ... .'.,. ...... %'... .. ., 1800
4. Salvation Army . ,'. . . .. . .. ... ... .,,.*.... .. :: 3000"
!t 10TH AND MINNESOTA ST. CLOUD 892.2144 Health & Safety ($6221)) '. .,' .
5. American Red Cross Disaster Service of .f \".i
I 6. American Red Cross Home Service 1 (,/,.# '. .
( I I 5 PC. EARLY AMERICAN 7. American Red Cross First Aid, Swimming,Junior Lifesaving, and Nursing.;\ 6221
e L I f t Solid Mapl. Frame E Children & Youth ($7700)) .
'I I' Stow l.t.we I: ; ,;j'" .
: .w....w........ sacks 8. Boy Scouts of America, Central Florida Council .. ., ...', ..';:tt. .. .. 4500
JI. 0 Ovnii4.SpindlMe A 9. Girl Scouts of America, Citrus Council .. . ... .. ..,. ... ..';. .. . 1500
ra-tM Sktott All Skin 10. Youth Center, Library, and Community Service .. .. .. i....,,M-H..., .. 2700
W S 11. The Arthritis Foundation . . . .. .. . ; :, ,'. . ;: 313
N ; Year Around Administration, Coordination .. . . . .. .. .. 2000
E .; 1X( i I Campaign Costs .. . . . .. . . .I".. . .. . .. . 1000
h oa0U1
S Allowance for Uncollectable Pledges . .. . ... . ... ... .. .. .1400

5 99S E 1965 Campaign Goal . . . . . . . . .$26,034jjsji

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E 12. Organizations doing research in major disease prevention and cure.
5 pc. MAPLE UVINGROOM 1 13. Crippled Children's Society (Forrest Park School and Eccleston-Callahan
C .>s ......- Y.w IA.ks d a swkla" "".. ., y R Hospital for Crippled Children)
.1.=w ....1 e4.1ewtifvI.........fInWI. 14. Florida Medical Foundation& United Health Foundation
Hy"lib UHy Anwrkm y- will 15. Mental Health Association
COIONAIlrwSiDMg1T..... 't w. ...Mfr. .,. .IH.."My- I
E wr ( rM ft.rdy M 16. Primrose School for Retarded Children
COMalNA'1ON 't sa. _,.....f...e .W-.M MM.. t
e 17. YMCA of Orange County
i + COVias Celena arewa sad a'.g.
., .5' .if," care S 18. USO Clubs -Local U.S.A. and Overseas

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.: ;F', 10 Monument Av.. KlMimnw Ph 147-5604 n ;:. IT'S ALL IN THE FAMILY


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(..:, .ot.t' Osctola Bargain 0*
"Be, CAR WASH ,,

; WHe I Ir Behind Freetclte, :tea tUMBTJR : ; JI Y Colon 51.000.1.ARMY SURPLUS Only.STORE \

I, SOS Main St. I \
Classified I 191&totes''. Ktsstmmoo,Fla.COLORFUL. B *

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I" BuysReal You're InvitedTo TE

Estate for Rent Get An Eyeful w J?\.,,:, JOSE2'Yr.

TWO DUPLEX furnish '\
Apartments,2 bedrooms each, : ., ,.:..;..,," .;.'..-. '" .L '..eJ' .!.ri.: Hybrids
private entrances Trail, northof ire( : : : l\JI.\ ..' Varil
Kissimmc. 847-1534, or sea .. ..... j.. .... y'J. .
Smith,packing bout or canning ': f; f.0

complete with furniture.Some WED. OCT 6th 49
utilities paid. Three blocks from
town. gas per month. Business
phone 847-2263. After five 847-

2216.TWO BEDROOM apartment, 1966, Fords Size- Reg.CROTONSGal. $1.39

unfurnished. Phone 847-3281. 89'

Real Estate For Sale

er Corp. has one bedroom 'j"" ONION SETS
house and lot for sale. Only $50(
down and pick your monthly
payments. This is the deal of GERBER DAISIESIn
the year. Call Robert Lewis at Bloom
296-0982 Orlando and make October 1- 2
your deal.KISSIMMEE.

er Corp. has nice two bedroom '. AUTREYMOTORCO.
house and lot for sale From Sunrise C.nt.r
Only $100 down and $59.60 per 1717N.MalnKistimmooFREE ;
month. Directions from Orlandogo .
south on 441 to Kissimmee, Bring The Entire
is turn directly left on in Gem front Street of Tropical which BEE'SNOT Middle Of Broadway Family To See The : ::TT.A \

Park. Go two blocks, turn right InKissimmee New 66 Mustangs '
on Cedar Street, second houseon Falcons Fairlanes _
right Phone Orlando 295 Fords, T'birds, Trucks
and BroncosGOODVEAR
TWO BEDROOM trailer with I
two large rooms, carport, .. .. . ...... .. .... ...... . . . ... ., i
tool room,fenced in. $200 down,
$60 month. Call 8472385. Monday r.
through Saturday.
Articles for Sale t iAT1

Twins, Singles, Doubles, Hollywood -
Headboards, Bedding ENTERPRISE DAY
You name -w* hue it. These
must go Al'a Furniture Mart,
Sunrise Center, Kissimmee WHEREAS, the United States of America is
SINGER electric sewing machine 72 HR. TRUCK AND the significant bulwark of the system of Free Enter.
- in console cabinet, like prise in the world today and also has been the leader
new. attachments Sews forward for and reyerse.All making. HEISHlnlNI in initiating and developing that system, and

buttonholes, zigzagging and WHEREAS, this system of Free Enterprise can
fancy stitch designs Fully exist only in a nation whose people are free from
guaranteed.Can be seen in your the regulations of a totalitarian form of govern. (
area. Make eight monthly pay. FARM TIRE
merits of $4.91 or will discount : ment;
t for cash. Writes: Credit Mana. this system of Free Enterprise r
ger: 122 S. Clearwater Road, I .
Largo, Florida. II I allows an Individual to own his own business or to
I work for a company with the'possibility of owning
(Male Help Wanted t.'J a.portion of that company and/or other companies,
EVERYBODY. : and .
ARE being
accepted for the position of WHEREAS, the people of the United States If
Fireman and Patrolman for the .r enjoy the highest standard of living in the world
Kissimme Police Dept. and today as a direct result of this system of Free Enterprise .
Fire Dept to create an eligibility TIRES FOR ALL CLIMATES ALL ROADS3T andWHEREAS,
list. Mal, ages 21.35 high
school or the equivalent. Applications 3-T NYLON RIB Hi-MILER NYLON SURE-GRIP this Free Enterprise system has
may be picked up at prices start at under been achieved in a nation whose people have faithin
Kissimme Police Department. $ 95er 1 God and dignity of the individual,

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..1.IiL: I ACflVERTO I Recipe for Cough Syrup h)

Susanne McFarlandI When it Is just about set, but

d.SHELIA have before me a real still liquid, beat until It will
treasure Dr. Darrow Get- stand in peaks usually

The Gazette, Kisslmmee, Florida, Sept SO, 1965-Page Five tjr'i grandmother's cookbook about three minutes beating
Dr. Getty's mitt, Pat, hat loan will do it. Combine the whip.

.. r ed it to me for a few days ped cream and Jello mixture .j
.. and it Is a thoroughly enjoy and mix well Serve in sherbet
: Alary Bryan-Thacker School News abU experience to examine: glasses or pour into a baked

. i these old recipes all hand pie crust Serve cither with
t Feuerstein wntten. Not many of us-in custard sauce or plain, rich

'.: '. Principal fact, probably none of us, will cream. Very delicious with
l want to try this recipe for crushed strawberries topped ,
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.. Presides for Meeting resist giving it to you justso Speaking -or writing of- FRANCES HADDOCK

you will appreciate how Jello and gelatin desserts, EngagedMr.

.. By: Peggy Bradbury lection and there was such a easy it &is for us to run into maybe this one will be new
w, Principal Louis Feuerstein large variety that the teacher ALDERMAN the drug store for a cough to someone. It is almost like and Mrs James Had

WITH STAR-Lou and Jimmy Watford of Kisslmmee presided Monday at the Area had to do some extra researchto EngagedThe remedy! Blanc Mange and is very dock announce the engage.

chatting with singer Johnny Desmond during their IX East meeting of the Florida Identify them. engagement and coming COUGH SYRUP smooth It has no official ment and approaching marriage .
stage visit with the handsome star of the Broadway Education Association in From this room, twins marriage of Sheila Ann Alder- 1 large stick Licorice name, so let's call it: of their daughter Fran.

IT Girl". The visit was part of a weekend jet trip Winter Haven.Approximately. Dayne and Wayne Firth, left man, daughter of Mrs. R. M. M! of whole clove ABC DESSERT ces to Joseph N. Baucom, son
York won by Mra. Watford at Tupperware where 1,500 educa. to move to Newfoundland.They Lancaster and Mr. Marvin Al H! Up. Cayenne pepper 1 package vanilla pudding, of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Baucomof

in the personnel department.simmeeans ton from Osceola, Highlandsand will be missed. Jimmy derman, to Eldon LaFayette 1 lb. sugar made up according to directions Avon Park.
the eastern half of Polk Sparkman had his eighth Sullivan, son of Mrs Lee Sullivan 1 qt. water on package either The bride-elect was graduated .
e County attended. Principal birthday last week. Frances and the late Mr. Sullivanof Boil all down until only one the "cook" kind or "instant" from Osceola High School
Visit WithLs Gordon is so excited about the has been an pint remains. Dose: 1 tea. Jello la
Feuerstein has served as president Loughman 1 package any flavor and presently employed at ,
for the past year. Newly possibility of losing another nounced. spoonful made according to directions. the First National Bank in
While in New York appointed State Superintend. tooth that she can hardly eat The marriage will take Like moat older recipes few When both the pudding and Kfssimmee. 1;

ent of Education Floyd Christian her lunch. These boys and place In Chattanooga, Tenn.on directions are given. to bak. the Jello have started to set, Her fiance attended schoolsin
Jimmie Wat Watford who works at girls are In the midst of an. log, mixing, etc. in the book. but still "runn "
r. and Mrs. Mrs. spoke to the group. November 8. are ), whip Avon Park and Is now associated
other exciting unit, dinosaursand This recipe fvf a light dessertIs
of Kissimmee recently Tupperware International them together until well-mix
Tuesday night was the first and with the diagnosticlaboratory
t a weekend in New York Headquarters here. She, her the earth's early history.Mrs complete however ed. Then let them chill until
meeting of the newly Golden Club In Kisslmmee
organ Age
that I to as a
Sallie Prather's fourth sounds so good plan
where they bad the op. husband and parents were all lied modern math class for firm. Slice and serve with medical technician.The .
ity to attend the Broad. flown to New York and backon parents and other Interested grade ia studying weather. Meeting PlannedMembers try it soon. whipped cream. Now you see
show "Funny Girl star. Tuppcrware's twin-engine folks. The met at Highlands The class made an anemometer APRICOT SPONGE why we call it ABC Dessert T wedding is planned for
group and observed its operationin and 1 C cooked Apricots 7.30 October 2 at the
prospective p.m.
Barbra Streisand andy company Jet. Cafeteria at 7 o'clock. Because: it as easy as .
Desmond. Following In addition to the Broadway the school courtyard Cliff members of St. Cloud Golden H C white sugar It won't be long before Hal. First Baptist Church A reception
Mr. Henry Ramsey high
performance the WatIs Northrop was chairman of the Age Club will meet for a general 1U T. gelatin loween Is here. One of the will be held In the
show, the Watfords also spent school math teacher, is the C cold water
construction committee. On %
business session Oct 21 fellowship hall immediately
were Invited back stage free.The cutest ideas for a treat is called
set and talk with the a good deal of time sightseeing Instructor. The course is the first day of fall each child at 10:30 a.m. in the Community 2 egg whites "Hard Sauce Spooks. following the ceremony.
cost is for materials
of the show and visiting the many used only in the class. All made a spatter. painting of House. Words for a Golden Mash the apricots to a pulp.. HARD SAUCE SPOOKS Formal invitations are pot
persons Put In with and
trip to New York was points of interest In New Interested In attending are fall leaves.In Age song and class schedulesfor pan sugar one to Cream H cup butter until being issued, but all friendsof
I in drawing by York.hlands geography, the fourth the new year will be cup of apricot juice. Bring invited to
a the couple
company urged to do so. The time for a boil and add the gelatin soft Blend in slowly 1H cups are
of Miss Melissa Hill Is among the many Item. for
attend the and the
action Is nowl sifted confectioners' sugar and ceremony
which has been soaking in the
having fun drawing and painting discussion.New .
Hi-Litea Mrs. Louise Elliott's first the continents. The classis constitution and bylaws cold water for a few minutes. 2 teaspoons vanilla. Chill. reception.
year students have been studying divided Into seven different which have been written Stir the mixture until the gelatin When ready to use shape into
balls about the sire of walnuts -
a unit on butterflies. As a committees, with each committee will be read for action at an is dissolved Woman's Club to
'A Starts New Year Using gumdrops, hard
culmination a movie Butterfly doing a continent When early meeting. A committee Allow mixture to stand until Meet TuesdayThe
candies raisins chocolate bits on
Mystery was shown to her they are finished the pictureswill working on plans for a minstrel it begins to set then beat ,
ith Covered Dish Supper class and all of the other level be displayed on the walL show will report the results up the egg whites until stiff and candied fruits make eyes, Kissimmee Woman's
mouths hats
noses, -even on
students. Fold Into the and set
one This group welcomes Ruthie of the summer's work. apricots Club will have their first
the Serve of
Mrs. Pat Tilley'a level one aside to cool. Serve with whip "spooks. on top
Standridge to the class. Joe After the business meeting, meeting of the season,
I by Pat OUrl Sandy Stewart, Ronnie Hack. class has been fingerpalnting. Burdick is wished Happy a potluck luncheon will be ped, sweetened cream. hot gingerbread. 11'91.
October 5 at 2 30p
ofan worth Susan Bradley Tepee This experience another dessert Please let me get a commercial Tuesday, :
first PTA meeting ; : was quite an Birthday.Mrs. served at noon. Facilities are Here Is light
held September 16 Johnny Crowell, Robert Darcy, and at the end of the art peri Vivian Brinion'i fourth available to keep food warm that sounds good. Mrs in here not only m. at the club house on

off our new year with Sarak Johnston, Sandra Dan. od each child was covered grade has been studying about until lunch time. Getty noted that any flavor Halloween is nearly here but Street.
enthusiasm The covered 1.1'1; Long House Susan Men. from fingertip to elbow, and Alaska. Mrs. Mary Watts, Anyone living In the .St. of Jello could be used also the PTA Carnival Please, The program for this meet
pper was well attended del, Jonnt Kimberly, Charla then some pictures were all Stephen's mother, sent some Cloud area and who is at least strawberry would be a happy Mothers help support itl! Thisyear's ing will be a panel discussionon .
eyed. But many who Bass, Lucy Venhosky, Stuart about "Me" Before the children interesting objects for the 60 years old will be welcomedinto choice, I think. carnival will be fun. "Public Affairs and Legislation"
/ not attend the Chandler Joe LonrbrakelCliff cleaned they JELLO PUDDING Those forming the
supper were up class to.see. She brought these Golden Age Club. This
for the meeting itself House: Betty Carter, wanted to know when they back from visit to Alaska.. club, originally sponsored by H pkg of Jello, any flavor Grissom Elected panel will be three prominent
we filled the cafeteria. Bruce Toms, Debbie Lee, Kim were going to finger paint gold nugget a basket made by Woman's Club has grown and % C boiling water attorneys of Ktsslmmee, Mayor -

George Chapin PTA Gross, Dorothy Bracy, Rita again. Eskimos from parts of a walrus. widened its horizons through 1 C whipping cream State Leader Russell Thacker Ellis Davie
bsident gave a welcome to Riley, Cheryl Bishop, Stan Kimball Ehrenreich lost a The walrus the years. There are study % C sugar and Phillip Kelly
eryone and stated she was England, Karen Nichol., Karen tooth. He bravely asked his made from Ivory on from top was the classes, as well as handicraft Pinch of salt Edward C. of There also& will be a short
king forward PTA Hicks. And don't level teacher Mrs. Billie Klsslmmee elected discussion on "Areas of Con-
to this psss up one classes, singing and musical Add salt to cream and whip was president
animal's tusk. Buttons and
leer with hope and enthuslLsm. the snappy totem pole put together Kay Colombo to pull It. She belt buckle walrus groups, a dramatic group and until stiff gradually adding of the State Board of flict" by Dr. Olive Fish
also of
Mr.. William Kethersld, by William Wagner and did ... .and boy, tooth, and) were social groups. The ideal Is to sugar as you whip. Refrigerate Funeral Directors and Em. All members are urged to
bur principal, presented all Bryan LaCombe. Your reporter teacher are doing fine. These tusk. have a place for everyone. until ready to use. Dissolve bslmers Tuesday at Jackson attend this important meeting
our teachers along with a hu- wishes to take note hereof children have completed their General meetings of the club Jello In boiling water. Yille. of the new year
morons running commentarythat the fine school patrol High Nursery: Rhyme unit. They Membership Tea will be held each Thursday at
[ delighted the crowd. He lands Elementary has. The dramatized some of the This AfternoonAt the Community House.
also introduced us to his& lovely school patrol is under the rhymes they learned. For .additional Information
family of girls.& Mrs. Alberto guidance of Mrs. Hansell and Learning Is fun I The play Cypress Shores contact Mrs. Georgia Hood,
Chlri, membership and pub. Mr. Nichols. The boys patrol center in Mrs. Rachel Chest president
licity chairman gave )a few includes nut's level one room &Is indis The Kisslmmee Woman's.
brief remarks on becoming an" Gs.orP.Wendt, Buddy Cha.spinl pensableThe children work Club win have their annual Sippels Entertain

active PTA, n&embtr-lta nM" ,' 1 Iab.. ,.Chapyll.r"ohqClay ,i ak>a.'trlt fin*.])groups.' '. Theyare membership tea at the homeof M
only being; a paid member but Jimmy'A.hbum,'LarrJ' 'free* to move about, Mrs J. A. Hildebrand, Cypress Choir at Luncheon : I,
an enthusiastic and interestedone Moore, J a m e s Rotenbtrry, stretching'' their muscles and Shores, this afternoon
too. She pressed the point Dennis Caroahan Paul Macey, working off tensions. This is from 3:20 till 5:80. Dr. and Mrs. William L.'Sip.''

that you do not need to havea Stephen Hanlon Stephen Vehonsky > ii Important:for developing Mra. Nelson Maklnson, club pel were hosts to the Presby I.i
child in school to belong to Robert O'Berry, Kevin akilU.. .% president, and her officers will terisn,. Choir! and their guests
PTA. Anyone Interested In the Chin, Harold Ricks. Many kinds of activities are form a receiving line to greet Thursday, September 16*
welfare of our children can The girls aref Patty Love, found In the play center. the old and new members. Tables were set on the lawn /
join. After the business meet. Dianne& Olive, Sarah Berlin Building blocks, collection of Mrs. Fred McDanlel, chairman for a covered dish meal featuring *

ing, an open house was heldIn Valerie Simpson Terry Taylor games and pussies, toy jars of the social committee, fried chicken and homemade .
the classrooms. The new lUll Bobroff?Sandy Austin and trucks, dolls, cash register will be in charge of arrange rolls.:
Modern Math class for Par. Mary Lombardy, Cheryl sticks for numbers and ments for the affair. Those At a signal from the choir
cats held Its first session Peterson Nellie Hansell, Ton. word cards for review.A assisting Mrs. McDanlel will president, Mrs. June Bond, the
Tuesday night September 28, da Keith Lamorda Brown foundation for reading Is be Mrs. Henry Simmons, Mrs. guests assembled In the garden .

at 7 pjn. in the Highlands Cindy Turvin Linda Vannoy, laid by dramatising stories, Roy Prentls, Mrs. Corwin room where a decorated

cafeteria. A crowd of over 100 Betty Foster, Lois Allison, songs and picture stories. This Bennett Mrs Rufus Suhl, cake was waiting. t '. r'r Es i'
attended. The session lasted Darlene Welts Marcia How. develops oral language ability. Mrs. Clinton Ketchum Mrs. "Happy Anniversary" was ; p"ulm

until 8:30 with Henry Ramsey, ard, Katrina Blanton, Bobby Building blocks and pussies Maude Williams Mr. Mal sung to the choir director and
Osceola High math teacher as Hughey, Marcia Brown, Dianne develop eye-hand coordination. Lamb Mrs Arthur Hlgble and organist, Mr and Mrs Lester
instructor. Everyone attend Mercer.In Keeping the play center in Mrs. George Gardner Geisler. in honor of their 45th

ing tho' I fear many got lost talking with Mr. Nichols, order gives children practiceIn All members of the club are wedding anniversary.REBEKAHS .
along the way, enjoyed Mr. he says their duties consist ofholding7 visual discrimination. They cordially invited to attend.
Ramsey's informal presentation. the children back at sort blocks by size and put PLANFRIENDSHIP ii
The next session will be the corners until it is safe to them away. They also separatethe NIGHT

held Oct 6,. at 7.30 p.m. at cross the road. Not to let big toys from the little Bazaar, RummageSale It will be Friendship Nightat _

the Thacker Avenue cafeteria.The them crowd or push forward ones. They also are learning ScheduledAuxiliary the next regular meeting .
two schools will alternate into the road as the cars are bow to arrange the objects on of Kissimmee Rebekah LodgeNo. If

from week to week on the passing. There are two boys the table from left to right of Veterans of 42 Monday evening, Oct .,11. _. .__.__' ,_ _
meeting place. The only cost stationed on each corner of These .toys are also used for Foreign Wars Post 5227, St. 4, 1966 at the Woman's Club ,;;; ,

will be for the textbook which Beaumont and Highland Ave. grouping sets of objects. The Cloud, will hold a bazaar and Building at 8 p.m.Refreshment. ,. MMNMNB",411r1111/ ,
1 6
is& 200. This& class is open to Two more are on the grounds play center tells likes and rummage sale at VFW Hall and a social
parents of both elementary and one at the bike rack to differencesTo Oct. 11 beginning at 11 a.m. hour follows the business _

schools in Kissimmee. prevent any fooling there. Mr. the untrained eye, toysin Articles: for sale may be meetlnc.I *
The combined fourth grades Nichols\ wanted it known the the classroom msy look brought to the hall. t i- I __ l

I of Mr*. Lillian Fryberger and patrol boys have no authorityto just like that TOYS. But Coffee or tea and cake will\ I
Mr. Nichols. felt that an exciting stop traffic to allow the to the skilled teacher, they are be served at noon by Mrs.
trip such as this to children to cross. They must valuable teaching aids on a Katherine Walker and her '
wait until the road is clear level that the and
many of Florida's historical boys girls committee Donation, 1C cents. CallAnywhere
of and then them understand.
woulddo cars see can
spots In St. Augustine
I in across. There are two captains There were two Happy
much for the youngsters Overseas Relief
helping them visualize the appointed each week, and It Is Birthdays In Mrs. Peggy in

making of the state of Flor- hoped a marching patrol can Bradbury's level four group Drive Scheduled
be formed and in shape this week. Barbie
ida. put They were
The children are to bring
a box lunch and drink and a that they can represent our Harris and Larry Workman. Clothing drive for Overseas the U. S.Tonight
certain amount of money to school in the parades that are Level seven students In Mrs. Relief, Oct. 1-11, Is sponsoredby NEW CHEVROLETWORKPOWER
be specified by their teachers. held In town. That would be Pat NiUe,'. class have been United Church Women of
While Highlands students a nice feather ia our cap. working on a unit in Space. St. Cloud Methodist Church.

I of vacation, According to Mrs. Hansell, Attractive space booklets were Packages of clothing may be
a day .
their teachers and principalwere the girls patrol around the made as a climax. left at Beams Memorial Library IS HERE !
school building only to Mrs. J I
busy attending the Area preventany ann e Thompklns building. ONLY $100
19 FEA meeting at Winter running or horseplay third year class has just fin- Rev. T. C. OSteen, pastorof
Haven 27.Area along the walkways. Mr. Nichols lobed a unit on tree leaves First Methodist Church,
19 OB feels& if through the teaching and how they differ. Everyone will attend Pastors' School,
& encompasses Osceola, Highlands and use of safety practicesthe brought In leaves for the col Leesburg Camp Oct. 4-8. new HiAvrwDorrs or ra IM* us. ecwi
I and of Polk county. IL
part schools& safety patrol can The all-new Series 70000 and 80000
Mr. Robert Clark the
gave models here-the biggest Chevies
accident are
help to prevent one
I devotional and Mr. Louis Few .
lerstein they are performing a valuable CHEVROLET ever built, out to do the biggest Jobs
principal of MaryI service to Highlands school. any Chevrolet trucks have ever donel
Bryan-Thaeker Avenue Eletnlentary He is proud of the fine job They're ready to cut costs with new V6
president for the put V6 and V8
they are doing. gasoline engines, new diesels
I year conducted the meeting. I.- offer also new 92 cab thats
Mrs. Garvin's! second grade They I
I I Goes to show what a has a Reading Club going the best yet for working efficiency, new

group our teachers that sounds very enlightening.The higher capacity frames and axles and
(and principals are. children are enjoying It M. r ..... a high GCW rating.
It seems a welcome is due much and Worth emllltan, Wcottt only )1.00... F
gaining greatlyfrom
lour DCT student from Osceola very have e phew Mil 10 HMO 0110 wh.'i thinkingabout t "" $ KW UCaTOUTY WOtXPOwtl
I High SchOOL She Is Cathy Sub week It.session They after reading a once a a you uo del.'. On*dollar for :Jmlnvtot The most widely! used of all truck engines
liven and I know Mrs. Young oftorl P.M. did dlrocl tonlaMINew
book a week. They discuss the __ -the famous Chevy light-duty Six Is built
land Mrs. Kimberly welcome for bigger things In '66 with a big new
title author and artist One '
'" oHocfne )
assistance In the thing they liked about the 0.1": 250-cubic-inch design. It's the standard
d library.If power plant In most Iight-duty models.
book, one new word and review
you are out to Highlands how to care for books Also, users of H ton models can now
tntary soon for any restate and treat them as friends. specify a big 327-cublc-lnch V8-the
i a moment to stop In They do art work in connection Here'.low.costChevy.Vln-economychlmp most powerful engine ever offered In a

he library and view the Mrs.ex. with the book they have read 4. of Chevrolet' long, strong covered delivery M.ton Chevy truck. See the new Chevies
silent little exhibit by Interpreting the story as itseems truck line now, at your Chevrolet dealer's.
at Powers third grade of !DUo. .
to the individual child.
ave Ian constructed.... The various youngsters col- Mrs. Garvia said she will Issue TiltphoM Chevrolet dealer about uy typo of truck

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,' Regina Bracken, Ed- Highlands Fall Festival will simmer stop to aay hello to Miss Florida, Carol Lynn Blumof It PHONG, STARLING CHEVROLET INC.
o' Baker; Log House, Melissafood annual convention of ,
be upon us. Something for all Miami& Beach (left), during the 22nd
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NOTICB TO DEFEND marked on the outside envelope I"I", : !m : ; '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHH In the following : : : < : '"ti19G ,
OF OBCBOLA. STATE OF llll." ... "
FLORIDA. In Chancery. ELOU. Immedlately'followlng' the Urn TWO HOUSES Three bedroom RATES I
18H HEMRIC. Plaintiff, vs.ROBERTLEE above shown, the proposal reeelvsd .
HEMRIC, JR. De- will be publicly. opened deluxe with air cond. and 5 cents per word
ftndant. NOTICE TO >EI'kND.Th. and read. equipment Two bedroom mod. minimum 75 cents
Btate of Florida to ROB. The County reeervee the right
ERT LEE HEMRIC, JR. You I to reject any and all bide and to em. Large lots convenient financing. Classified Display (without i
are hereby notified that a suit waive formalltlee Call Kissimmee 847- border)! centered 8 point
la equity for divorce hae been BOARD IF COUNTTCOMMISSIONERS'
brought aralnet you by ELOU. OF 2270 or 8475463. lines count as 4 words; 14
loB HEMRIC In the Circuit OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA point lines count as < words; Ti.FI6JTCANCE}

S Court In of and the for Ninth County Judicial of Oeeeo Circuit (REAL) Instruction 18 point lines count as 8

Ia. Btate of Florida,. and you are By TOM BUMBT I words, 24 point lines count as .a
hereby aummoned ordered and Chairman LEARN BARBERING 12 words.PHONE.
required to file your written Bept. 11. 10, llll
anewer or defeneee to the Complaint Insure your future in a well- 847-2881 I
filed herein aaalnet you IN THE paying: profession. Day and DEADLINETUESDAY
In, the above entitled In
the office of the Clerk cause of the OSCEOLA COUNTY COUNTY JUDGES COURT FLORI&A. night cia..... V. A. approved. NOON RE.ELECTED-Mn. Ruth Watson (right) has been reelected -
Circuit Court In and for Onceola NO. llll. Orlando Barber College
as president of Osceola Cancer Unit. Miss Helen L
County. :t.blKl office In IN RE: ESTATE OF JS99 8. Orange Blossom Tr. _
the lI { **, JAMES ELMER DOUGHTY McKay, field representative, Florida division presented the _
Florida, on or before the nth day Deceased. GA 6-S87 Real Estate For Rent key award to the Osceola unit for the second straight year.
of October. A.D., 1MI. and to
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO SPEAKER-Gene Garrett of Martin Company
.erve a copy of ouch .naw.r or MAKE APPLICATIONFOR (Photo by Jerry' Berson) PROGRAM
defence upon THACKER and FINAL, DISCHARGE Articles For Sale LARGE NEW TRAILER. Sun confers with Al Perry at the Rotary Club meeting Monday.

THACKER. Plaintiff attor- TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN Mobile Park. Phone 847-8212. Garrett gave a short talk on aviation" and showed a vacation I

Box neye I11 herein. Klaelmmee whoee Florida address on I* NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN IMS DIAL-A-MATIC ZIG ZAG Officers of Osceola Co. film on the Bahamas. (Photo by Eby)

or before eald date, a* requiredby That Evelyn L. Brucker ha filed CONSOLE CABINET CAPITOL MOTELClean
: law. If you fall to aDecree her final return .. Admlnlstra. Kitchenette
overnight rooms.
Pro Confeuo will obo.a Inc of the Eetate of James Elmer Sewing machine makes button. Cancer Society ReelectedBy District Governor
a tired acalnst you for the reliefdemanded Doughty, deceased; that she holes, sews on buttons, darns, apartments and trailer spaces.
In the Complaint. has filed 441. Phone 8474341.
petition for final discharge embroiders makes Highway
WITNESS my hand ae Clerkof and that she will apply monograms, Official
cold Circuit Court of Oeceoland to the Honorable O. P. Johnson decorative" designs, blind hems, A. G. Burriss. Jerry BersonAt lung cancer as it relates to Pays

County. Florida. : 'the seal ofslmtnea County Judge of Osceota County,, and uses twin needle. Assume the annual meeting of smoking to many students in '
said air
Court at Oeceola Florida, on the tlth of October THREE ROOM apartment,
County l aft.S.ot.Florida, on llll, for approval day of sameI $8 a month payments: or pay conditioned. Main floor, Osceola unit American Cancer the county school system. She Visit to RotaryDistrict
the 1..5.7th A.D., and for final discharge a. a4. balance of f 59. Will take older Screened porch carporte 1006 Society in the Osceola is presently working on plans

(CIRCUIT COURT BEAM James mlnlatratrlx Elmer of Doughty the ,estate deceased.of. machine. part payment FULLY Emmett. Inquire Moorefleld Room of First Federal Savings for an educational program 'I. Gor. James A.

/*/ GLENN RAT This 17th day of Bsptember,, GUARANTEED. Can be Apartments 847.4557. and Loan, all officer. and will have them finalizedin
CLERK OF THE A.D. 1001. Franklin Jr., of Ft. Meyers
CIRCUIT COURT 5, EVELYN I BRUCKER seen in your area. Write: SEW. were re-elected to serve the the very' near future. will make his official visit to
Oeceola County, Florida Evelyn L. Brucker, ING MACHINE, Box 1060 B, LAKESIDE APARTMENTS 1965-66 term of office: Mrs. Mrs. Watson reported that Club

THACKER Attorney for and PlalnUrtKI.almlD. THACKER James Administratrix Elmer Doughty of the Estate, of Klsiimmee Gazette, for free New low summer and yearly Ruth Watson, president; Eddie two more hospital beds have the Klssimmee Charles Rotary Parsons on,

..i. Florida deceaaed.Murray home inspection. NO OBLIGA rates. $6540 and up. Air con. Densmore, vice president; been purchased for cancer patients Monday,
''Bept. .. II. II. SO. IOU president, has announced.
Overstreet, Monu.
W. Jr.
TION. 811
ditiontng optional.
for the Kissimmeearea
Attorney for AdministratrixBox I Mrs. Louis Berson, secretary: ; one .
Franklin will be the principal
IN THB! CIRCUIT COURTOF 710eXIsslmmee ment Ave.FIRST William C. Journigan treasurer and one for St. Cloud
THE NINTH JUDICIAL Florida SEVERAL THOUSAND seven Ellison St. making four beds available In speaker at the noon lunch.
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Bept. SI, 10, Oct. 7. 14, llll foot heart cypress: fence post FLOOR, 8 large clean ; Mrs. J. LLDirector: eon meeting at Paddlewheel
OHCEOLA COUNTT FLORIDAIN Thirty-five" cents each. Moring rooms. Screened porch. Permanent Cloud service chairman; Miss the county. Steak House and Rotary-
NOTICE TO BIDDERS I. C. Klssimmee Treasurer Dllllournle.n reported
IN RE: THE ADOPTION OF NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN Pure Service, Box 6, Bron.on, residents preferred.Mrs. Rotary' Anne assembly that
RICHARD DAVIDBURRIER to all interested bidder that the Florida. Phone 486-2203. Lena Hunt, 507 W. Mab- service chairman; Mrs. Martha that 51.10 was spent home.
the Al
at Cody
BARBARAANN Board of for evening
County Commissioner Tucker Crusade cochairman supplies equipment, printIng -
bette Street.
BURRIER. of O.csola will The will begin at
glIlAFMnmlfl: : :. receive a 'dllnrda orla: 10:00A. : SINGER DIAL-0-MATIC for St. Cloud; Eddie and miscellaneous expense
:R, H. October 4. HIS for 410 SEWING MACHINE in good THREE ROOM Apartment, efficiency Densmore, Crusade cochairman during the past fiscal year. 7:30: p.m.

and BURRIER VICKI, LYNN minor, tons the of Oeeeola type I County asphalt, Road for use and by condition. Will swap my equityfor nicely I I furnished for Klssimmee; medical The board of directors set Monday Rotarians heard

BY: DENVER THOMPSON Bridge Department to be dellfered older sewing machine and clean. Ohio Apartment Phone advisers, Dale Beamer, M.D., the goal at $3,600 for the Bierly highlights of aviation" and the
TO: FRED NOTICE MARVIN TO APPEAR BURRIER In lob site Florida.on I Ernest All Street bide party pay off balance of. $56; 847-3669. St. Cloud and George A. Cant, 1966 Crusade. Civil Air Patrol program from
Addreie Unknown forth Miss McKay said she would Gene Garrett of Martin Com
hall set the approximate M.D., Kissimmee.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat or assume my $8 per mo. pay MODERN, FURNISHED 2 bed. U. S. Army Band
delivery date. Mrs. Tucker reported that like to see the activities of the pany. Also they viewed a film,
a Petition bee been filed In All bide shall be el.arlyinark.d ments. Phone Orlando "COL room apt., tile bath oil heat
the Circuit Court of the Ninth. on the outside envelopeIn LECT" 425.4516 day or nite for carport etc. Reasonable. Call the 1965 Crusade was most education committee greatly Presents ConcertAt scenery' of the vacation isles
Judicial In and for Oeceola .
Circuit. ChanceryNo. SEALED the following BID manner FOR TYPE, to-wlt I: home inspection.DEEP ., 847.2758. successful and that "we were expanded this year. "Appar. of the Bahamas.Al .

.C TO<1 TbIDVJ THOMPSON ASPHALT TO BE OPENED OCTOBER fourth on the list of counties ently there is a great need for Perry was program

; DAVID for the BURRIER adoption of BARBARA RICHARD .. Immediately 4, U..following." the time SEA FISHING Rod and FOUR ROOM house completely to reach their quota. Everyonedid cancer education in this county Tupperware chairman.

i ANN BURRIER ARL.ETTEHURRIER above shown, the proposal* received Reel. Star Drag reel mountedon furnished screened porches, a good job." as 61 persons died of can
and ROSE MARIE BUR will be publicly. openedand short, stiff boat rod in good citrus trees. No sewer or water Miss Helen McKay, field cer in 1964 as compared to 52 One of the finest bands in
minor, by the Petitioner, The read.County rese/vee the right condition. Price reasonable. Call bill. to pay. 1 child, no pets. representative out of the Tampa In 1963. The figure: should decrease the nation The United States Dinner Club to

DENVER THOMPSON, and you to reject any and all\ bide and to 847-2052 after 6 p.m. $45. Phone 847-2060. office, reported that Osceola rather than Increase," Army Field Band of Wash.
are required to servo a copy of waive formalities ; ing-ton, D. C., will present a Open Season
your Answer or objection to BOARD OF COUNTTCOMMISSIONERS County was one of two she said.A .
snow cause why Petition should OFOSCEOLA counties in the state where film on skin cancer tree concert at Tupperware
be ranted, on th. attorney forPetitioner COUNTY FLORIDA I County Agent ReportsBy pro. Auditorium tonight at 8 o'- On WednesdayThe
H. JAMES BRETT. (SEAL) the Crusade chairmen receiveda duced by sun is available for
Attorney at Law II South Mas- for two consecutive showing by clubs and other clock through the courtesy
nolla, Orlando FIorlel.1 and file By TOM BUMBY Jsmea Smith isfactory' results. gold key : the Department of the Armyin Osceola Dinner Club
the original I In of the Chairman Groves with a history' of severe Dr. Kerr the lawn years.: The Gold Key Awardis organizations. Miss Dietrich co-ordination with the Kis opens its fall season Wednesday -
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and _ BepL II. 10. HIS says given to Crusade chairmenwho said she I. showing this film with a talk by a news
for Oeceola County, Florida on brown rot Infection sprays: commonly sold by: garden simmee Kiwanis Club. The
or before the Uth day of October, 1 NOTICB OF SCHOOL ELECTION should be sprayed with copper supply stores usually havea top the goal set by the made In St. Petersburg, to all public I. invited. correspondent considered to be

AD. 1065.Heroin fall not or a: Decree NOTICE 18 September HEREBT 11 GIVEN llll before the end of September mixture of two or more insecticides division which is approximately her 4-H Clubs. The program will be varied an authority: on inter-Ameri

Pro Confeo "1'11b.\ entered I hat an election will be held on Other groves should be sprayed for controllingthese I 10 percent more than the Since only nine directors with classical military', popu. can affairs.
ae-alnt you.WITNESS. Tuesday, November S, llll. In set by the unit. were present for the annual
my hand and aeal of ill\ election precincts of Oeceola aa soon aa the disease ap chewing caterpillars as quota county lar and novelty compositionsin Edward Tomllnson will be
saId Court In KlMlmme Oiceola :ounty, Florida, for the follow pears. Use 8.5 Ibs. of 53% well as chinch bugs and certain Miss Marilyn Dietrich education meeting, Mrs. Watson posed a continuous, fast-moving the speaker at the third dinner .
County Florida,. thle Ind day of I nr named purpoees: chairman reported that the $64 question, "How to get .
September\ A.D. u... l 1. To elect three school trustee basic copper sulfate (or equivalent other pests. program. The famed "Soldiers' club session at Tupperware
GLENN RAT. In the County. Not more than ) per COO gallon tank. North Florida residents particularly she had shown the film on directors put to meetings' Chorus" will appear with a Auditorium beginning at

CLERK NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT from one trustee any one will county be elected school Only: the lower 6 feet of the should be on the wide repertoire of selections: 6:30 p.m.According.

08CEOLA /UJ.Y CIRCUITb'D."W. board member residence district tree need be covered for brown watch for lawn caterpillars including all-time Broadwayhits. to a club announcement

L IL BY5- Clerk II.CIRC111r& of On trustee the ballot for the for approval district rot control. Complete coverage during the early fall aa this : ) The chorus is an Integral he will be coming

tM ( > k SEAL) shall be printed the names of will control greasy spot on is the "peak time" for the part of the Band many of Its almost directly from one of

p 1 Bept. I. II 11. 10. till : all person who have been the new flush of growth. .lawn pests. ( 'j.' members being instrumental. his semi-annual surveys of.the
nominated by petition of five I
Researchers who make It Look for Injured with .5 ills in the organisation. '
; or persons quaJIflad to grass 0 southern republics.
l Vt6 iJitifM i tlf ..,- t't\h election flWdy wIththe" .(their business;tmowlnewhleb r !notches". chewed into the' ; The U. S..Army Field Band Tomlinson II said to be'the

Board at leas) insects-are where that 'side of the blades 'and eaten appeared In the Inaugural .
,S counrr(dan prior to the report parades first newsman to call Fidel
\ :INT RRHESTATBOr CLTDK O.BATEMAN .' the election ''and most mite and scale ipeclei back: unevenly. Dr. Kerr says of Presidents Truman Castro a Communist. He has

I NOTICE, JR.OF 'INTENTIONTO Deceased. such requesting person that be the placed names on the of can be expected to Increase in the foliage may: be almost Eisenhower and Kennedy. The traveled to Latin America

MAKE APPLICATION ballot to be voted upon a. October and November. completely stripped off in organization wean Army with four presidents and is

,r TO FOR ALL FINAL WHOM DISCHARGE IT MAT CON. trlct.trustee. of that school dis They said since April of patches. These close-cropped dress blue Uniforms for all its author "of al: book entitled

I CERNi S. To determine the number of this year, the Texas ,citrus: areas have" a yellowish to performances. The Band has "Look Southward Uncle."
NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN mill. of Special Tax tfehool mite has been "more abundant brownish appearance played In all 50 states and 15 He visited South America
that Vosteal O. Bateman hoe
I filed her final return ae administratrix levied District and tax collected which shall annually b. than in any previous year." A good way to search for i countries of Europe and has for the first time In 1923 and

of the Estate of Clyde O. for the next two ensuing This means growers can look sod webworms Is to part the presented many concerts in spends from four to six

: has Bateman filed Petition Jr., deceased for Final; that" DIs.she I School years within District.the said County for above average populationsof grass and look for the small DISCUSS PROGRAM-Mayor Russell Thacker, second from the Orient months in the different republics.

chars! and that she will applyto The llll Legislature amended the mite during the coming green pellets of" or ex right discusses the with members of the Ridge- Lt. Colonel Robert L. Bier- .
the Honorable O. P. Johnson Section 111.11, Florida Statute 1 .
months. crement.Dr. ly, commanding officer and director The club affairs for
; County Judae of Osceola County, to provide that all qualified Crest Teachers Association at the group's meeting Mondayin
Florida, on the Uth day of October elector may vote In the trustee Citrus red mites, which were Kerr says when using Tupperware auditorium. Others pictured from left are of the Band said: "The members only. Reservationsmust

and for, llll final for dlschara approval of a*same Admlnlstratrlx electors.I.ctlonl who whereas a tax only thou real much below average during the pesticide, to use it right, Alva Benton, executive secretary; Rev. T C. Callahan and primary' mission of the Band be made at least two
pay on
of the estate of or personal property may vote June July and August, could following.label direction: W. E. Patterson principal at Kissimmee High School. Mayor: I.i public relations and goodwill days before the meeting. The
Clyde O Bateman, Jr., deceaaed.. in the mlllage: election. (Chap also be a problem. Rust mite offering free concerts in club Is still open for members.
This SIb of September A.D.i Thackrr the welcoming address.
day ter St-417 Laws of Florida) gave
below the cities and
normal In
The County Board Member was numbers, grassroots communities -
[ VOBTEAL O. BATEKAN Residence Districts have been but can be expected to reach Graded HeiferReplacement of the U.. S. No townis

Vosteal Administratrix O Bateman of the, Estate: off designated County Board.. follow Member: Reel "important" levels" in half of too small so long as thereIs Barber Is Town

Clyde O. Bateman, Jr.. deceased. dence District No. 1 will com. the groves this fall. Local Association Hosts a place in which to play

Murray Attorney W.for Overstreet.Administratrix Jr. prise County Precinct Board' tc.t.R..I.:: All three mites can live on Sale ScheduledThe and sufficient hotel or motel Meeting SpeakerChester

P. 0. Box 110XI..lmm. dence District No. t will comprise the same tree at the same time accommodations in which to

.., Florida Precincts 1, 1, I. 4, *. I. and each can scar the leaves." District Teachers MeetingThe billet the Band members." .
Sept. II, It, 10, Oct. '. llll County Board Member Residence First Graded Replacement Barber county commissioner
District No. S will com. But scientists say it's the Intensity Heifer Calf Sale I. representing the St.

NOTICE WHOM IT OF MAT ELECTIONTO CONCERN I price County Preclnete Board I Member and .. Residence and expected duration scheduled for October 1, at the Oiceola County Teachers serving as state chairman. Bass to Head Cloud area, will be guest

Pursuant to Section III.II. Florida District No. 4 will comprise which must be considered Klssimmee Livestock" Market Association was host to Alvie Benton, executive secretary speaker when Town meeting

Statutes of an election, notice to la be held herebyflven on County Precinct.Board II.Member 11. *. Reeldene 14. when planning control measures. at 1 p.m., according to W. D. the District IX Ridgecrest of the Florida State Rodeo Group convenes Oct. 6 at 10 a.m. In

1. .,., October II. lOU for the District No. I will comprise Occasional damage may Roberts, president of Florida Teachers Association. District Teachers Association, admonished City Hall Audtiorium.
purpose of electing Three (Isupervisors ) Precincts II and 11. be expected in the fall months Jim Bass cattleman of Kis. Barber's will be
for Osceola Boll Board of Pub from Cattlemens AssocIation IX is mad. up of Highlands, the group not to be swallowed Mr. subject
l'J \ Water Conservation District for 1I0BInrt'ofa: of Oeceola County grasshoppers and pump. Weight of calves" Is from Hardee Polk and Osceola up one by one into the simmee Park area, has been the most popular one In the
terms of four (4) years each. Florida kin bugs, also from brown rot elected: Big Boss of the Silver .
The following polllnc placed) 860 pounds up and must be counties. The all-day meetingwas Florida Education Association, county at the momentTAX.ES.
! will he open on election day be.tween B.Board Mile of Sharp Public Chairman Instruction this In groves trouble." with a history' of sired by high quality beefy held at Tupperware audi but to go on working together Spurs Rodeo for the coming Officers and members of

I the hour of I.Ot: AOl and. Osceola County Florida bulls, out of good grade or torium. with dignity and pride. Com. year, He succeeds Dr. Don the public forum group extend .
1:00 P.kLrCounty Now
is the time
Attest W. B. of to
I ; Agricultural Office. KIsalmme .. Superintendent and Secretary be the lookout for year purebred beef cows. Also they Greetings were extended to binlng of the two groups is to Brown. an invitation to everyonein '
I Feed*. Florida Store Ktsslmmee and Bobs, Flor Tuxedo Board of Public Instruction caterpillars.on must be vaccinated from Bru the group from Mayor RussellS. take place July 1, 1966 as a Other new officers Include the county to take advantage
Oeceola County, FloridaN. cellosis blood' Pete Hunt of Hunt Bros., Kissimmee of this opportunity to
or a negative
Ida.All ( P. SEAL) According to Dr. S. H. Kerr Thacker. Rev. T. C. Calla- result of numerous planning
I within qualified the District electore shall be Cecil P. Bush entomologist with the stats'sAgricultural test within 80 days prior to hen of Saint Luke Missionary conferences by officials of the Little Boss; Ed learn more about the tax problems
Notary Public sale and are to be vaccinated Rohde treasurer; Doris Col. facing the county.
to vote. Qualified electors asS State of Florida Baptist Church also extended Florida State Teachers Association
used herein Include those per My commission expires: Experiment Stations for blackleg and malignant and Florida EducationAssociation. mer, secretary; Mike Partin Otto Whitney, president of
I .one qualified to vote In general Deo. 11, llll two of the most important edema no less than 10 days greetings and offered pra'erfor straw boss; Doe Partin, Ed Town Meeting usually reports
i election under the constitution Sept 10. Oct. T. 14, 11, llll caterpillars playing havoc the occasion. .
If and statutes of Florida who areS before .sale Roberts said A lunch .erved'at Kis. Whaley, Ruth Griffin, Bill on happenings at City and
the was
with Florida lawns the The general tempo of
landowners within the district RT- are Johnson Ham Brown and Don
IN THE CIRCUIT C Calves" are to be delivered High Utility Commission meetings.Mrs. .

named above.L. M. Holllna-iworth, OF CIRCUIT TOSS NINTH IN AND JUDICIAL FOR fall tropical sod webwonn and the to sale point prior to 9 o'- the meeting theme was"Our centered Professional around simmee the group.School cafeteriafor Brown law of the range, 'di. Mary Bowman will sub.

'> AdministratorState O8CEOLA COUNTY FLORIDAIN armywonn. clock tonight. rectors. stitute for him this month.
BollCoa..r"alloa CHANCERY NO. TOil The key to controlling these Sale chairman Sexton Organizations in an Era of A ceremony of passing of .

B.nt--r-_ .II_. 10 n.Boar. _UII no FRED Plaintiff RICHARD, .t ... lawn pests .- as is the case has advised that Ralph they would Transition". Reports were giv. the gavel and installation of h .
.. with many insects-is prompt. en by Mrs. Annie L. Amos on new officers was carried out

NOTICE NOTICE IS TO HEREBY BIDDERS GIVEN jA.r.fnJ :'BBR: ) SMITH et a.. ness Treatment should be carried producers still accept contact calves Art provided Higble, highlights of N. E. A. Evan D. by the out-going president, IN

to all Interested bidder that the SUIT TO QUIET TITLE out by the homeowner collect McKlssic Jr., president of Os Mrs. Cathryn Brown Smith of
at 847-4611 Immedi
Board of County Commissioner NOTICB OF SUIT "within three to five" days : ceola County Teachers Association Lakeland. Newly-elected officers .
of Oeceola County Florida will ately.It .
bIde THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: after discovering the insects the eleventh are: president George M.
receive sealed until 10:0 Ossle Smith and Cella Smith II that spoke on
ton A.M. of October finishe4 4 lime llll, rock for ,}4I for. his wife, residence unknown. are present and injury la take number anticipated of quality calves a good will annual leadership conferencehe Isles; president elect NelsonW Orange Gardens
Ton will hereby take notice ing place. in at Day. Wlnbush recording secretary
use by the Oeceola County Roa attended August ; :
that the plaintiffs have file be offered at the sale accord.
and Brides Department, be dellvered Three excellent 'materialsare Mrs. Novetta Scott financial .
nto suit agalnet' you In the Circuit tone Beach and W. E. Patterson ;
S to Roberts also
to Job sits ErnestStreet Court la and for Oeceola County, available for control of ; many producers Professional Evan D. \
In Kissimmee, Florida All Florida, to quiet the title In the have Indicated they will discussed the secretary: 2 DR 2 Baths
mate bid shall delivery set forth date. the approxl plaintiff to the following de. lawn caterpillars. These are be at the sale as buyers. Mar Commission of which he is McKlssic Jr. ,
crlbed sevln and DDT.
All bide shall be elearl afpe'h. toxaphene, keting Chairman Gilbert Tucker
marked the following on the outside manner oll".lop.In to-wlt.: of Lot Two (I Southwestcorner ) of Rob However, a number of other. will be on hand to open the Swindle Season Arrives a 31* living room
materials including BHC dlaxlnon
ert Bass' Second Addition, according ,
-SEALED BID FOR FINISHED sale with Chairman Sexton.
the Plat thereof
to on and dleldrin give' sat- .
TO BB kitchen
file In the office of the Clerk Equipped

OCTOBER Immediately 4., 1141.following the time of Circuit Court Oeceola copy of the same upon W.J.Steed Chamber Warns BuyersThose .
I. Run thence Bull ; Election DeadlineSet Air conditioner
above :T iab"IIr; recelved East tion'io the a80 lin 411 Federal .
opened said lot I a distance of \-wo In**, attorney for W.ter on, '
and read. Hundred III or before October Chamber aluminum house septic tank "
The County reeervee the Hah the Fifty-Five of I( ),feet In fall not or a decree pro eonno By hit and run painters, Terrazzo floors
to reject any and all bid. and to lands point herein 1..crlb.41; .run the (. will be entered against awning "specialists" are cleaners and other home improvement .

waive BOARD formalities OF COUNTY thance North a distance :1 *"H WITNESS WHEREOF. I Ballots In the annual Kisaimmee at it again in our area. "workmen" who a 21 bedroom

COMMISSIONERS OFOSCEOLA said 104.51 Lot feet I:to Run the North thence lIne West have hereunto set my band and Chamber of Commerce The Kissimmee Chamber of want to do a quick job tak

(I BAD COUNTY FLORIDA along the North line of said affixed,BIT Oeceola official County seal ,at Flori Kleelmmee .board of directors election: Commerce advises" area real- the money and get out of Paved drive and carport

Lot S a distance of Seventy dathI. IT day ,o( September, must be in the Chamber officeno dents that high pressure out- town. '
Run thence
(10) feett South
t By TOM BUKBT distance of 104II feet to the a later than Friday, Oct. 15, of-town based door-to-door If you wish to check on acompany Outside utility room
Chairman GLENN RAT II. I. Itll South line of said Lot S of Clerk of the Circuit Court Vida Gould president, remind. salesmen are peddling compli- call your Chamberof
aid Run Robert thence Base Last lad alonir AddItion: l the By /GLENN RAY ed members today. cated contracts that have already Commerce we will be gladto Large lot on paved street

NOTICE IS TO HEREBY BIDDERS'NOTICB GIVEN South line of eald Lot I a die. W.(CIRCUIT J. 8tsd COURT SEAL) The terms of Horace Phipps, put the squeeze on some investigate them and give

to all Interested bidden that the tace the Point of Seventy of Beginning(7I> o'0 of Bleed. Urban A. Colllne James Mongoven" Wells Moon local residents.. you a report. $12,000FLORIDA
Board of County Commissioners with ; 411 FIrst Federal Bulldlac this Chamber advises peoplenot Do business locally with
of Oeceola ,. will Together an easementfor Orlando, Florida and Pete Hunt expire The
receive .P.II rd.r_ until J0ee; Ingreee and beneficial egress andether Attorneys for Plaintiffs term. to sign complicated or un- those merchants you can REALTYCOUNSELORS8

LM., October, more 4 or, less* ,, for of di..l 10,000S. public from the land herein purposes Sept. SO, Oct. 7. 14, 11. Hit Nominated to succeed them usual contracts without first trust and depend on for qual.
oil for use by o.ceola County conveyed to Smith Street, andover are Hulin Snyder, Bill Ham. having" their attorney read It. "INVESTIGATE BE.
Arthropod Control Unit Ipeeltl. wide a lylasr strip one-half*f land til North* feet of .&"."" 0101" mond Dick Gueide Bob Carter "In the case of continued FORE YOU INVEST." If theydo INC.
be obtained from>> lOT SATISFIEDwith
S S Olson ations Bar mar, Clerk ol the Board of and along the South line of preeent per and eeMrtty Lou Tarcal Ralph Shore, on-the-spot salesmanship put not have" a license from
hie of Lot 1 of said Robert Base Ind trala for Civil gervlee EiamNaatlons. the City County
Coanty Commlaslonere. at Addition and one-half Southof Bob Allen Charles Parsons off a decision get other estimates or or a
In Florida.the Courthouse Delivery In I I.KlsslrarneV to be and along the North line of salaries.. For cjuaUflcatteaa lnfona.aU'per on and Boyd Sprinkle. The four and talk to qualified Chamber of Commerce card Vine at Thacker

made to the Osceola County BarnS .aid Lot .. eonal .latervlew. eead a.i.ephone nominated receiving the highest persons," the Chamber advises." it is a good policy not to do
TOil required to file
S S Klaelnmee shall set forth Park.tbe Florida.approxl Al your defense are hereby to the above action
mat bids delivery date. with the Clerk of the above i I'i. board. huckster Is approaching, cheap have these credentials.
All bid shall te clearlyS styled Court and to servo I.

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Lowboys Romp Over Lakeview 20-12 ; to Play Leesb .


pass clicked for seven yard view 49.But to put the ball in a 4th down boys recovered. Tim Jan out and made it 4th and short back Crum carrying again, Lakeview 0000Kowboy
Harrell Scores and act up a third and four once again Lakeview and long-yardage situation. here and the Kowboy wentin yardage. Reeves carried to the was stopped after gaining one. 014 0 0
altuation. Reeve then carriedfor held and forced the Kowboy Lakeview forced into a punt with a 14-4 lead. A fine (K) 46 for the first down. A five yard penalty against Lakeview Kowboys
Twice; Passes eight yard and a first to punt This game wa turnIng ing situation dropped back In half-time show paved the way Hawthorne then rolled out and Lakeview put the ball on the 8 tint down I
down to the Kowboy 11. On into a real defensive battle punt formation.A for an exciting 2nd ball hit Reeve for 11 yards and (L) 49. But the yardage war 134 rushing yardage 179
For Third TDBy the next carry Reeve carried a battle which saw several bad pas from center hit Lakeview kicked off to the another first down to the (K) not enough and the Kowboyswere 92 passing yardage 10
Frank Carroll the ball across to give the Kowboy turn in outstanding the ground at the (L) 10. Graham Kowboys who put the ball in 35. Following an Incomplete forced to punt. Lakeviewput 7-21 passes (all comp) 1-6
The Kowboys, surviving a Red Devil the lead. A delayof performances. Alex Diggs, got the kick away but play on the (K) 40. pass. Hawthorn hit Wigginsfor the ball in play on the 0 passe intercepted by 0
first series touchdown by game penalty moved the Charlie Croft Larry Smith the ball was called dead at First and 10. Crum and 15 yard and another 1st (L) 86. With time running out 2-15 punt 6-26
Lakeview went on to score ball out to the seven and the Mike Whltewolf Carl Teel the 10.The. Duke managed to pick up a down to the (K) 20. Reeve on the Red Devil they went 2 fumbles lost 1
three touchdowns and earn a Red Devil setup to kick the Richard Bryant Corky Parker Kowboy took over on 1st down before they were then carried to the (K) 4. On Into a straight passing of. 55 yard penalized 05
20-12 victory over the Lake. extra point Senior Center and Bob Pollom all turnedIn the 10 with 88 second left In forced to punt. Lakeview took the next play Reeve crashed fens*. But the outstanding Individual yardage
view Red Devil Guard Richard Bryant broke outstanding performances. the half lit and 10. An incomplete over on their own 24. They through the line for 4 yards Kowboy defense held up and Kowbo,.: Cram 80, Harrell 53, ) '
through and blocked the kick. Lakeview put the ball Into pass mad it second picked up two lit downs before and a Red Devil TD. Center topped the Lakeview team Duke 23, Tyner 13, Smith 11. '
The game opened a* co. The score with 7.49 remaining play on the 10 yard line. and 10. Harrell called another the heads-up Kowboy defense guard for the Kowboys, Richard cold. The Kowboy took over Lakeviewt Reeve 123, Graham '
captain Jack Tyner and Bob in the first quarter: Lake- Lakeview managed to pick up pas play, this one going to jumped on a Red Devil Bryant, took out his man on the (L) 36. Harrell openedthe 22.LReeves. "
Pollom walked on the field to view 6, Kowboy 0. two more 1st down before Senior end Mike Smith for the fumble. and blocked his 2nd kick of series by carrying for 3. run (kick failed) \
meet the Lakeview captain After the kickoff the Kow the amazing Kowboy defense touchdown. Crum once again The ball changed hand a the night. Th score now stoodat Duke then carried for one. K-Harrell 1 run (Crum run)
and toss the coin. The Kow. boys put the ball In play on pounced on a Lakeview fumble. wa called on to earn the extra few more time during the Kowboys 14 and Lakeview Then with 25 seconds left In K-Harrell 10 pass to Smith
boy lost the toss and thusly the Kowboy 22. A short series The Kowboys took over on theL point and he did so in fine 3rd quarter with no one 12. the game H a r r.1 11 bunt (Crum run) ,
kicked off to the Red Devil of downs put the Kowbo,.. on ( ) 39. First and 10. A penalty fashion. threatening aerioull)'. LaLevlew kicked off to the through the Lakeview line and L-Reeves 4 run (kick foiled)
Senior fullback Jim Crum their 30 yard line, with a 4th against the Lakeview The K 0 w b 0" touchdowncame The 4th quarter saw the Kowboy who put the ball in raced to the goal line for another K-HarreU 86 run (run failed)
kicked off to the Devil, boom.Ing down. Then a fumble on a pass squad moved the ball to the with 23 seconds left on Kowboys put the ball in playon play at the (K) 35 Crum op. Kowboy TD. The try This victory put the Kow
a 39 yard kick. A penaltyon from center resulted in Lake. (L) 24. A Han-ell to Harford the clock. Crum kicked off to their own 49. They pickedup ened play by carrying for two. for the extra point fell short boys with a 1.1 regular season
the Kowboy moved the ball view recovering on the Kow., pass fell Incomplete. Lakavlew who put the ball in two quick 1st downs. A He once again carried, this and the Kowboy took a 20.12 record and a 1-0 O.B.C.
from the Lakeview 21 to the boy 25. A 15 yard penalty Powerhouse Crum carriedfor play on their SI. penalty against the Red Devils time for three making it 3rd advantage with 20 seconds in record. Next week the Kow.
37. Lakeview' offensive team moved the ball back to the 10 and a lit down. Once Lakeview staged a desperate gave the Kowboys another1st and five. Harrell then rolled the game. boys Journeyed to Leesburg to
took over on their own 37, lit (K) 47. Another penalty, this again Crum carried this time try before the hall ended. A down. Lakeview's defenseset out on an option play and The ensuing kickoff saw a meet the always tough Yellow
and 10. An incomplete pas time against the Kowboy. put for three. Crum carries for Hawthorn to Reed pass hit itself then and forced the picked up seven yards and a Kowboy defense spearheadedby Jackets. Th Yellow Jackets,
from Hawthorne to Reed madeit the ball on the (K) 42. First three more to the Lakeview for 24 yards, and a first down. Kowboys to punt. Lakeviewput 1st down to the (K) 49. A 15 Ronnie Mann recover a though 0-2 so far on the season -
2nd and 10. A carry by big and 10, Lakeview. Lakeview five. Workhorse Crum carried Another pass wa completedfor the ball in play on their yard penalty on the next: play fumble.At are expected to be a rough
Ray Reeves picked up nine managed to pick up one 1st once again this time for five six: more yards, but an attempted own 35.Two moved the (K) 84. Smith car. this point the gun sounded competitor. So everyone follow
yards, third and one. Once down before an alert Kowboy to the one foot line. Senior lateral on the play Incomplete passes setup ried for one. Crum ramming and the Kowboy left the the Kowboy* and support
again Reeve carried this defense settled down. The quarterback Harrell called the wa fumbled (Georgia Alabama a 3rd and 10 situation. A his way through the middleof field with a 20-12 well earned them to an O.B. C. champion
time, carrying for three yards Kowboy held on their own 20 keeper play and passed the flicker) and the Kow. pass to Reed hit for 9% yards the line managed to get 10 victory. ship.SEESthe .
and a 1st down. The next play' and held. The Kowboyi took ball over. Crum, not to be I
saw Graham carry for two. over on their 20. They managed cheated rammed the ball over
An incomplete pass set up a to pick up a 1st down before with yard to spare. This
third and eight situation. A they were forced to punt gave the Kowboy a slim one
penalty on the Kowboys madeit Crum booted the ball to the point margin.
third and three. Graham Lakeview 44. Here the first The Kowboy kicked off
then carried for two to the quarter ended. and Lakeview returned the ball t, ., 1e r w
Kowboy 42, making It fourth The Kowboy held up and to their 35. A 15 yard penalty
and one. Fullback Reeves forced Lakeview to punt Graham lit them back to the 20. A y11mFRtYNN
broke loose here and raced punted to the (K) 25. Hawthorne to Reed pas clicked .
for 14 yards before he was Lakeview also held the Kow. for 14 yard and made it
pulled down. He picked up the boys and forced Crum to punt 2nd and 11. A penalty movedIt
first down and moved the ball Lakeview took over on their back five yard A pass wa i iI ii
to the Kowboy 28. Once again own 41. called back on the next play
Reeve tried to run it, this A couple of play from because of another five , .
time being dropped for a yard scrimmage found an alert An Incomplete pass madeIt I
loss, by an alert Kowboy de. Kowboy defense recovering a 3rd down. Hawthorn was
fense. A Hawthorne to Reed Lakeview fumble at the Lake. dropped for a four yard lot
More Than i

100 Take NEWS OF

Boat Cruise spo& and

Twenty-eight boats, carrying Outdoor ]wing
105 people, two dogs and

the one Sunday monkey Kissimmee morning, were Boat for launched a Basin trip at YD I f /' !PUJYE/lfl/l DUlDuif D / /!! ll DDe /D liP

through the chain of four
lakes in Kissimmee Valley .
: Lakes upper Tohopekaliga Cypress The Gazette Kistimmee Florida, Sept 30, 1965-Page Seven *e" : !

Hatchinaha and Kis A ,
simmee. The scenery from a ;
boat, afford a spectacle that :".'.
can be viewed no other way.
Th boating party barbecued
and picnicked on the
banks of Zipper CanaL Steve
and Ethel Gavale,' Leon and
Eleanor Bedel Paul and,Betty ar
Shamblin arrived-at the'canal I
early and prepared 148 pounds
-- - ---
of chicken before the other --- -
arrived and unpacked their
basket of food.
Even though there were torrential -
rain storms during the
afternoon forcing the boater
to navigate by compass there
were no accident and other
than fuel problem with two
boat, 'no trouble developed.Over .
the yean, the Boat Club
hat sponsored many cruise

only and have a few had minor no accident injuries and requiring i ry J :. t 1I/1l p)Awe/lUfEIr

Other first Boat aid.Club members GARY HARRELL RICHARD BRYANT HUw-AU 11/ E IIEJfJfElfUlIlf/ (IIU /

and friends on the trip were Best Back Top Lineman _
Jules and Lucy Schoff Charles

and Betty Alcom Bob and {).;,/"" ; -,' '" ,
Thelraa:' Allen, Ralph and Cora Players of the Week >i <,' f' "' ', 'i I',wl,',/ / '''+ ... : '< 'q," ,. ,1.,":">1 ,'I
Anderson, Edward and SandyBudd ,1'-
John and Grace Crone r
Gary Harrell son of Mr. Richard Bryant is the son
Paul and May Day, Harry and .
of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Br,
Esther Dunn, Francis and Dorothy and Mr*. Bartow Harrell, Is a i
Sr. The 18-year-old senior
Johns Wilda I letterman.ant j jw.I
Charles and 17-year-old senior Is 5'10 tall, weigh 195 lbs,
Kincald Walter and Marie He I I. 5' 8" tall and weigh 145 and I* a letterman. ( w.wt rwr wawa rwrrwrrwr
Lorrah Robert and Jewell + w.wr
pound From his quarterbackposition He played an excellent: gameon
Lorrah Frank and Adaline Irvin
Gary led the team to defense, from 111* guard position
Obbie and Louise Irvin,
victory. He scored two touchdowns ; throwing Lakeview ball
Everett Elouise
Loper one for 36 yards and carrier for losses several
Blackburn Walter and Sereda. passed for another. Also gained times. He also played a fineoffensive
McNew Martin and Myra Peterson .
53 yards rushing. Several game, leading lineman
Bailey and Jeanie time in the game he picked who opened the Red
Wright up first down yardage on third Devil line for a gain of 179
Also Ernest Post, Frank 1
down situation, to keep a yard He also blocked both
Renneker Poffenbaugh James and Ruby drive going. He also saw action Lakeview extra point; com : ;j :
James Poffenbaughand
a* defensive safety in ing at time vital for the Kow.p.rt -
Barbara Russell, Tom and the lead.fall ________
of the game. boy to _______
Pat Thompson, Tom and Mary .
Ann Tumbleson William r rx*_
Weswell, Ben and Joyce Veder -
Robert and June Renick
... I Phil and Brenda Tate, Wells '

and ton Allen, Jan Robert Kenneth Moon Williams and Robert,Marilyn Donna Lea- [ I sportswear Hi/Iff/ new i lJIIe fUIJ/5-at/Mercuryt/ea/er/

Harold Dysart, and Milton Oulda and Fridemere Fran Bell, 'WIl'AY OUT X** FRONT I From the pioneer In high-horsepower out. SO Super Outboard Motor Oil. Polar-Cap from the millions of test 'miles that went

Emery and Judy Davis. boards comes a new 'champion-the new spark plugs-developed by Kiekhaefer during before. Result: Mercury 66-finest out-

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-and that lake's suddenly smaller I The Merc cut fuel consumption, last more than twice See your Mercury dealer! Kiekhaefer Corporation .-

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I catching a fish will re- of clothes and furnishings In a the line to the trim 3.9-hp Mere 39, these new tomer environment" conditions around the

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the Ill entry be given tickets out so by that drawing every NAME BRANDS AT POPULAR PRICES can buy Lake X-the world's finest marine proving LEAN AND RUGGED

ntrant will have a prUe. Also new for '66: now you can safely use a grounds. The result of this unique program I'fr'1II.-JlaI..y
1 Th place is the pond on Jantzen Arrow McGregor- Jarman benefit
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mIa and Dakota Avenues. Alligator Swank r Jade East Regal

-JEODORE REDD Beau Brummel! Burlington Esquire.
LEDGES FEAT Jayson And Others
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Phi at pledged Stetson Delta University.Sigla TROPICAL MEN'S WEAR [ KISSIMMEE MARINE SALES"Florida's

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by six national interns 322 S.Orange Blossom Orlando Biggest Little Dealer"
on the DeLand campus,
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.1 /4Zt Orange Page Eight-The Gasette; Kissimmee, Florida, Sept. 30 1965

I Kowboys FootballSchedules NITE LADIES STAR LEAGUE Historian Tells City's PastContinued

I "lr High game was bowled by W L
Norm Preston 198. High Citizens State Bank 9 3 ( from page 2)) five and ten cents store one
-I +rt.'a thre.-games burled by Nell Unwanted 7 5 could be seen from the piazza. Presbyterian Church two
Covert 601.Standing PledreU' Nursery 7 8Osceola Later on there was the Pifer transfer companies two photograph
: of teams: Hospital 6 6 House at the present site of galleries, 2,000 population
I Record this Season: 11 ; W L Superior Loan C. 5 7 City Drugs, New York Ave three three-story buildings

Elks Aux. (Gold) 9 8 F.nnell' B. Shop 5 7RoICOI' and 11th St. 8,000 dollars monthly In
..-.: VARSITY S. Elks Aux. (Purple) 8 4Dave's Bar A: Pke 3 9 Among the first merchantsand pensions,
d4n., Body Shop 8 4 WEEKLY IIIGRS artisans were the Malletts Thirty-two miles.of streets
:) Game Time: 8:00: p.m. K V h'' St. Cloud Hotel 7 5 Team III Series of St. Cloud the Makinsonsof three cement block works a

; September 17 Haines City .......... 6 7 ;: Medical Center 7 6 61 Citizens State Bank 2U6Fennell' Kissimmee and Happy ladies' Improvement club on.Rom.n .
Ray's Texaco 61 Jack the barber. Catholic Church, a
}: September 24 Lakeview .....?....... 20 12 :; Wright's Beauty Shop 61 61 Klilimmee. Barber Transit Shop Mix 2038 2044 St. Cloud was called The Christian Endeavor League,

October 1 Leesburg ................ There r: Elks Aux. (Blue) 5 7 Wonder City because of its one Second Adventist Church,

:| October 8 Ocoee ..........._.?_.... There rs:; First Federal 3 9 Citizen Team State III Bank Game 784 phenomenal early growth. On an artesian well 912 feet deep,
Stationers 2 10 Methodist I
Klsilmmee one Episcopal
;\ October 15 DeLand .?......?....... HomeHomecoming Splits converted: A. Smith Fennell'. Barber Shop 727 Aug.tents 1,two 1909 houses there were, and three 20 Church, and Sa.b. Blind .
\ October 22 3.7.10 M. Kerr, 6-10 J. Indiv. III SeriesRenata Screen ,
: Sebring .... ;;1 3-10 ; ; people Factory
Hedrick 477
:\ October 29 Wildwood ................ Home :ss1 ; Roberson 5.8.10; F. Facey, 2- Jean Blandford 474 According to an advertisement Mr. Dummer extends an invitation

;: November 6 Apopka ...?.._......?. There :. 7; N., 5.7 Covert R. Watson 5.7; G. 4.5 Whitehead ; E.Tindall. -. Mlm Sworrer 464 on Sept 1, 1910 St. to all county residents

| November 12 Lyman ...........?....... There !': 5-6-10; ; .A. O'Dell, 3- Indiv. HI Game Cloud had: no saloons, no malaria office the Historical to become Society.members He in
Jean BI.ndford 198 one garage, a post
:::: November 19Orange St. Cloud ............?.. Home f:1:: -- 10; M. Fogarty 3-10; H. Nelson Pearl 178 five tailors two dairies welcomes any and all Information
; Belt Conference Teams s$ READY TO EAT Keith, Tarva and Stacy Turner childrenof 5-8. 6.6-10; E. Sranklew- Ruth Conrdon 175 fine fishing one lawyer four from long-time resi
A. Foriythe, 5.7.
Mr. and Mrs. Dane Turner of Lake Cecile look happy with lei, 3.10; hotels, no mosquitoes one dents.
::: "B" SQUAD :::: the servings of fish and hush puppies they received at the OSCEOLA plumber. Masonic Hall two
1 << Lions Club fish fry Friday night. (Photo by Eby) Chapter Meets jewelers, waterworks a public
;r: Game Time: 7:00 p.m. KINGS AND QUEENSW At Bass Home hall, GAR Post good bunting St. Cloud Church

';{ Record this Season: 10 L Plans Hobo PartyMrs.

,:r.. September 21 Lake Wales .......... 19 6There ::} IFL "Kebbs"Robert's Gulf Service I 0 9 3 8 Beta XI Sigh Gamma Phi Nu sorority Chapter met A, one brass undertaker band, three one bakeries blacksmith Emmet Jones will be

:|# September 30 Lakeview ................ ;s:, Memory Gardens 7 5 Wednesday evening at the one music store Wood hostess to a Hobo Party for

.;, October 7 Eustis ..............?...... Home ::1? Orange B. Snack Bar 7 5 home of Mrs. Clyde Bass on man's Hall one ice factory a the Intermediate departmentof

| October 14 Haines City........... Home ;''s Leeds Dist Inc. 7 6 Clyde The Street.meeting opened by baseball team five autos, one St. Cloud First Baptist
was billiard hall cement sidewalks Church. The party will be held
October 21 Apopka ...?............. There k Paddlewheel 6 6 Mrs. Wells Moon president. intelligent people, aBoard Saturday 7 p.m. at the Jones
::j:? October 28 Lyman ...?....??.?.... There :: .. Osceola Shopper 6 6 Projects for the coming year of Trade, seven restaurants home.
I Kissimmee Furniture 6 7 were outlined by Mrs. Moon.
one lady barber two Mentioned I at midweek

dFi.,r..N'o.N'o..v..N..iY'o'N.I ..............................................."-......................................................_u....-.._..............;_.._;...;...;.:;...;.............................. : Cooper Team No.Home 3 B. 6 G 7Penny.WI. 7 Major First projects Lady Tea will Founder's includethe drugstores, Oddfellows Hall prayer service as being on the
; two meat markets two livery sick list are Mrs.; Mary Hartley .-
5 7 Day Banquet Mother's DayTea
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stables national bank Mrs.
'" one Evelyn Winnie Miss
1 11
; Team No. 2 ; and a Christmas Dance.
pure water supply three barbershops Dorothy Sommers, Mrs. Pat
\ Team HI Series The program for the evening
I ; : law abiding people, Quinn Mrs. Helen Hilton
\j :2" Orange Bowl Snack Bar 2398 was presented by Mrs .
{ four lumber telephone Mrs. Bessie. WillUm;
Leed's Distributors Inc. 2382 Bass. Her topic was Public yards, a Miss
system, Union Sunday Hattie Bennett;Clyde Gilmore
Team Hi Game Speaking. Mrs. Walter B. '
.f.l, .J School, .three pressing clubs, Mrs. Lydia Early, Johnny
\';" Orange Bowl Snack Bar 852Leed' Hutchinson and Mrs. Moon
;. :"jf" :: >> Distributors Inc. 824 also took part in the program four notaries public Moore and Harold Tripp.

'*: .>, Ind. HI Series Those present other than One Christian Church one
"' If'' ; ___ n_ __ ___ ___ __ ____ Karen Skinner aGO those mentioned were: Mrs. Methodist Church a Veteran Christian Science
Helen Phipps 641 A. R. Mrs Association three hand laundries
.4 Hooten J. Z. Society
I. f.H'en PLAY-Bill and Ray Sikes, members of the
: Spence Kiwanis Club Monday Cecil Story 594 Schmidt Mrs. W.H. Morse, Jr., three furniture stores, i>. W'". Bit' .(
Kisiimmee 4-H Club serenaded the Ervln Yeager 687 Mrs. Tom Kessler Mrs. DanL. four Insurance agents, one ...... raetb a p.r.
evening. (Photo by Eby) Ind. Hi Game Scr. Autrey Jr., Mrs Millie job printing office one week. see M.' x..eeipb
Karen Skinner 211 Schumaker and Mrs. Charles ly newspaper an electric light Sunday Services 11 am.
Cecil Story 236 Mikell. plant, a woman's relief corps Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
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I Send Woman's DelegatesThe Club to ANNOUNCING THE bbs FROM FORD !

VISITED MIDDLE EAST-The Rev Ed Surber right answers meaning of the word

questions of Dane Turner after giving a program at "Friendship" was the theme of FORDS : new quiet ultra-luxurious LTD's
Lion. Club Monday night complete with slides, on his recent the remarks as Mrs. Emery new highperformance7Litre
trip to the Middle East. (Photo by Eby) Bronson was installed as president .

: of the Friendship Club. models with FAIRLANES : lively new XL's
:::::::::::::::::::*::W'W-:: ::*:::*::*:::::::::::::::. ::::::::::->.:::::::::::::::: :: : : :: : ; Miss Elsie McPherson former ,
r x-I member of the Board, as installing .
officer said that Webster GT's, convertibles. FALCONS : new flair for the economy champ.
defines the word as, the

I r Hunting Season I state friendly of feeling being and friends behaviour, a MUSTANGS : more fun-filled than ever. FFATURES : from .a new

and liking between friends.
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i Florida's hunting calendar for the 1965-66 season, These all applied to the purpose .
r::1 as set by the Game and Fresh Water Fith Commission of the Friendship' Club. stereo tape player a new Magic Doorgate"for wagons
:r;' Tallahassee, I. follows: Installed with Mrs. Bronsonwere

% Oct. 2 First phase dove season opens.Special J, : Mrs Mrs.Charlie Irene Horn vice.relld.nil (swings out for people and cown| for )
.*: Oct. 16 archery hunt opens in Citrus Wildlife Osmun cargo .
:} Management Area. secretary and Mrs. Arthur

:&: Oct. 23 Special archery hunt opens In Ocala Wildlife ::: Randall treasurer .
lill Management Area and Eglin Military Mrs. Arthur Randall outgoing 5 __
: '
:::: Reservation. ': president Introduced --"i rh
t 2:: ad. 31 Special archery hunt closes In Ocala Wildlife :: first timers Mrs. Abble Cole
:.:: Management Area. and Mrs. Geo. Mansfield. Mrs. c.C
: :|::: Nov. 5 Special three day wild hog hunt in Flshesting ::::: D.blessing Coe Love asked the table

::::, Creek Wildlife Management Area. : :
S:: Nov. 6 Special bear hunts close k; .
i ::$:: Nov. 7 First phase dove season closes. Eglin archery :. Church Installs Jk J t 3 New Muetant.
I g:: hunt closes.Deer : 1-at ,,ai

I:1 .:j Nov. 13 bear turkey squirrel and quail season :;:i New Officers
::: open. la First, Second, Fourth and Fifth ts
:::: :::;: Officers I of PresbyterianYouth '. M
Conservation Districts. Woodcock andsnipe ::::
7 New Falcon
.::: Fellowship St. Cloud
state-wide. :
season opens :$
were Installed at
x;: Nov. 19 Marsh hen season close :
iji::: Nov. 20 Deer bear turkey squirrel and quail season ::M: Raymond service. The Lackey new officers, president are;:
opens in Third Conservation District t? Robert
:;: Wood vice president;
Second phase dove season; open. :: Jimmle Lee Frazier .
ti':': Nov. 24 First phase duck, goose and coot huntingopens Craig Dawson treasurer.ecret.r".nd ,
:::: state-wlde at 12:00: noon. : T
1:1:: Dec. a Second phase dove season closes. Special 4: The new officers were presented Qwairianes
to the church by their
:::: archery hunt in Citrus Wildlife Management :
:::: Area closes. Lc:; sponsors Mr. and Mrs. Robert
;: Renick and Mr. and Mrs. William .
t :: Dec.
:: 6 First phase duck goose and coot season clos Stewart

k 4 Dec 10 es.First special three day gun hunt In Citrus :J: World Wide Communion
Wildlife Management : Sunday will be observed by '
Area :}
I .. :- Dec. 18 phase dove season and second opens.Third phase the Presbyterian Church next __ ;h- 19 New'Fords
1 Sunday.
I : duck goose and coot season open. :?
g Dec. 81 Second special three day gun hunt in Citrus ::::
Wildlife Management Area open.
:: J.n. 1 Snipe and woodcock season do.... .: OSCEOLA DUPLICATE
f::$ J.n. 2 Deer and bear season closes in First Second ys WINNERS TOLD

M'' : Fourth and Fifth Conservation Districts. :::: The Osceola Duplicate Club
: Turkey season closes In First Second which met on Friday, Septem
j and
Conservation Districts. :: ber 24, reports the following
:: Jan. 3 Third phase dove season clo.... : :; winners:
Jan. 7 Special three day wild hog hunt In Flsheating i First Mrs. Cecil Norris,
Management Areas open. Mrs. Phil Kelly; second Mrs
: Jan. 8 Special weekend :
quail hunts In Citrus Wilde Vivian Albritton Mrs. Rose
life Management Area open. :1 Foster third and fourth tied,
y: Jan. 9Jan. Duck, goose and coot season closes. ; ,,,rev
Miss Jane Pugh Mrs. Cecil
16 Deer, bear and turkey season closes In Third ::
?: Conservation Bush, Mrs. R. C. McKinney,

-: Jan. 22 Special weekend archery District hunts for wild hogs I Mrs Roderick Bramham; and
fifth Mrs. Miles Sharp Mrs.
In Guano
t River Wildlife Management
John Colombo. "
:, Area open.
First and second places were
Jan. 23 Turkey season In Fourth Conservation DIstrict PROCX.CTS OF
: do.... tied Friday Sept. 17, In the
:: Jan. 30 Special weekend Osceola Duplicate Club play by
quail hunts In'Citrus Wild Mrs. W W, Scott and Miss e
Feb. 20 Special life weekend Management Area do.... i" Jane Pugh and Mrs. Vivian See them Drive them! The '66s
archery hunts In Guano RI.. Albritton and Mrs. Flo ConnelL -

?' t# Feb. 27Mar. yuan er and Wildlife squirrel Management season closes Area In closes First Second Mrs. Dorothy Osborne at your Ford Dealer's : 19 new Standard Safety Package features (on all '66 smoothest, smartest, the most spacious Falcon

:::}: Fourth and Fifth Conservation : and Mrs.third Roderick Bramhamtook Fords-offering one of the world's quietest rides: cars from Ford) Including emergency flasher ever. Lively 170-cu. in. Six. 3 new Mustangs...

i r.: Districts. place was place occupied, and by fourth Mrs. New Stereo-sonic Tape Player option-provides system 13 new Fairlanes-new looks, liveliness more fun than ever in America's Favorite Fun

:K: 6 Quail Conservation and squirrel season closes In Third William Wallls and Mrs. Art over 70 minutes of music. New station wagon luxury New convertibles, wagons, XL's, Car New stereo tape player option, new 5-dial

::;: Mar 12 Spring turkey gobbler District .y Scalll. Magic Doorgate-swings out for people and down GT's and GT/A's. GT/A's have new "Sport Shift" instrument cluster, 200-cu.ln. Six, bucket Mats
t State Road (0. season opens south of : Results of the couples group for cargo. New V-8 power up to 428 cu. In. New Cruise-0-Matic automatic or manual 7 new sporty floor shift, carpeting-all standard. Come

? Mar. 26 Spring turkey gobbler season open. north of play on follows Saturday Sept. 18 7-Utre high-performance series. Seven new Falcons-now America's Economy Champ try Total Performance '66.
:: were as :
State Road 60.
First, Mr. and Mrs Harry Ntw station wif o* SUflc (tortile swims wit for people and di. let
:::: Mar. 27 Spring turkey gobbler e urp. Standard e* Ford, ralrlane; lew-cett splice ew fake
: season closes south of I Northrop; second, Mr. and
: State '
60. Mrs. Jim Wilson; third. Mr. t America'sTotal
I Apr. 10 Spring i
l turkey gobbler season closes north of and Mrs. Riley Miles; fourth
: State Road
} 60. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thacker; r Performance( Gars

i Shooting hours for all resident game are from one- fifth Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert D. .
ball hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset Hedden. ,
Shooting hours for all migratory game except dove are t:
from sunrise to sunset; for dove the legal hours are FOUR WAY SINGING FORDMUSTANe.rAlCOD.rAmiANI.rOIIO.TMUMDCMlllo
from 12:00 noon to sunset MEETING PLANNEDThe

Huntars should check their summary of hunting Four Way Singing Convention r i .
rules and regulations for special regulations, local exteptions ::, meets at the Nazarene 5"5 -
and wildlife management area regulations. Church on Johnson Avenue in
.. Hunting licenses are required to hunt all resident and k2: Lake Wales Sunday, October .
migratory game. A duck stamp is required to tale 8. Morning service, lunch at
docks and ireese, and a public hunt permit Is requiredto ; noon, singing 1:30 till 4:30 AUTREY MOTOR
hunt on wildlife management areas. p.m. Rev. Kenneth Price, pastor CO.MlddIKi f Bro away i

S{ Invites all interested in
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new models..see your Ford Dealer tomorrowr !
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