Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00297
 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: September 19, 1963
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Oct. 11, 1984.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079939
Volume ID: VID00297
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
lccn - sn 95026784
 Related Items
Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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Assault Trial Slated Too -r(5 __55_ t; I II Blues

Post Win

Circuit Court Schedules I On Friday -

Manslaughter Case Here T1jLS By CARL LAMBERT

Steve Yowell roared through

with two touchdowns to give his
I Blue team a 19-0 victory over

the rival Golds In the high
Circuit Court this week is going the criminal trials, starting Sept. r On the docket for the new school stadium Friday night

to be jammed, and there is 23, was taken. f term of court are 67 cases. Aa Y The two Osceola High teams

a possibility some of the ses- This consists of questioning de- Twenty-nine: of them are what dTOUCHDOWNThe met for inter-team competitionand -
sions will have to be held in fendants as to their financial are now called rule one cases. both teams looked good although .
the judge's chamber or the county abilility to employ counsel. These involve persons seekingnew the Blues succeeded In

.. commissioner's room. Those who show they can't will trials because they did not preventing their rivals to scorea
Civil suits began Monday. On be referred to the public defend- have proper counsel at their ori- single point.
Wednesday, another toward .
step er.MAYOR ginal trial. Robert Magnaggi scored the

There are also 18 new cases. only other touchdown made one
I I These include the following defendants in the third quarter when the

and charges: score stood 13-0. Eddie Harrelddid

Lewis C. Green, breaking and a nice job of running quarterback
entering with intent to commit and the defense looked
petite larceny; Donald D. Martin -
Y+ good, Harrel scored an extra
two counts of -forgery; Elitte point on runs.
(Sunny) Ruth entering without
The score by quarters: first,
breaking to commit a misde- 7-0 6-0 third
; second ; no points:

vated meanor' assault; Eugene; Burke, aggra- Blue team pushes across the Gold shows the ball carrier. The final score for the final squad fourth 6-0.

John Lanier assault with intent goal line for another 'score, during the inter-squad game competition before the start of the season was 190. .

to commit murder of WalterH. I I at Osceola High School Athletic Field last week. Arrow (Charles Eby photo.) ,, I

Gilliam; Abe (Cooter) Jones, I --'-.'4" --- _._- -_.._------------ - . . CondemnationSuits
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aggravated assault; Willie Lee x. i

Jackson and LeRoy Williams Guild's First Heard
Gazette ReadersTo
larceny of cattle; Amos Street 7Y

shooting into an occupied auto; Slated
Mary: Louise Reed, worthless Play A R
< s i Five property condemnationsuits
check; John Henry Maze, man- I Get
For CenterThe MagazineWhen brought by the Florida
slaughter' of John Richard Hud. I Turnpike Authority against

t son.There Footlight Theatre Guild's owners of land in Osceola
l t are also three counts of. Planning Board voted unanimously '' County have been consolidat

breaking and entering to com- this week to present their All-Florida magazine is ment in many Perry newspapersof ed.The
mit petite larceny facing Ron- first play of the season in the inserted in the Kissimmee Gaz- Florida. 1' cases went to trial

ald Edward Foster and Jack I new Art and Culture Center.To ette beginning October 3, local i The magazine is published by Monday.
Thomas Foster; and two countsof a less imaginative group readers will be getting a double- Yvonne Fulton and Betty Tway. The order in which the

aggravated assault against the old garage on the corner of barrelled magazine. Ed Hasse is editor and assistantto I cases will be heard involve

; Donald Bass. John Price Rich- Bryan and Stewart streets might All-Florida is not only a maga- the publishers. property owned by:
*A Y r I t ard Price. Billy Hinton, Jane' look more like a barn than a zine that covers the interestsand All-Florida represents a cross- : Paul Hayman, B. C. Geiger.

t : ff Hand[ and Dolly Hughes.continued theater, but passersby will see activities of this state, but section of Florida living and articles Security Trust A. F. Johnson .

L Twenty cases were carpenters, plumbers and elec- carries a complete television range from general inter I C. Chapman. Elmer Keen,
t from the previous term of court. tricians hurrying to transform program listings for this area. est to specific locale stories i H E Chitwood. Ruth Bell,

k } rj Most of these persons are out the big front room into a street The magazine will be sampledfor about state residents and places. ''I Eddie Partln Eugene Simmons .
will follow -
: on bond and their trials level air-conditioned little thea- two weeks beginning this Feature articles coming up in I Ernest Johns L. A.
circuit court
the others if the
ter seating 140 persons. week. the magazine are Bok Tower Partin, Preston Wells H L
:1 judge can set trial time this Guild members and their which this year is celebratingits j j Simpson H. A. Tyson, L C.

j ''' .{.} l'I term. friends will paint and hammer "We think that All-Florida will 100th anniversary and a four Tyson Van Velsor, Beatrice
..1' : -t overtime to help get the job add greatly to our weekly read- page general interest story titled I Creamery J. E. Johnston L.
; : done in time. ership. All-Florida has long been : "Go First Class by Freighter. HORACE PHIPPS W. Hardman and Roy Y

: Neil Shelhorn On October 10, 11 and 12, one of the best read magazinesin ." The article deals with I . Appeal President Johnston.
Blithe Spirit will be presented. this area. We are happy to traveling on freighters, a mode
BUYS TICKET-Mayor Adrian Bovis is shown be able to give it to our read- heretofore considered below Fifty persons were called
Named To PostThe Having the play for three nights par. for possible Jury duty for
above purchasing the first season ticket to the Footlight instead of two was 'considered ers, Leo Schumaker, .publisherof Also featured in AllFloridawill the suits.
United They were listed
Theatre Guild productions from Mrs. George Beauchamp.The necessary in view of the increased the Gazette, said. be an article telling how AppealSets by Circuit Court Clerk Glenn

season will begin with the presentation of "Blythe county commission Monday demand for tickets this year All-Florida a John H. Perry "Columbus" Almost Discovered Goal Ray as follows:

Spirit." (Photo by Eby: ) appointed Neil Shelhorn as Os- and the smaller seating capacityof Publication is a weekly supple.obert Florida. The stori'tells how Frank R Prather, Henry R.
Columbus headed for
the was Florida
. .. ..... ceola..County veteran service AofflcerLand theater. Plays were givenin Seaver. Thomas M. Brooks L.
: At 20 0 00 .
;0J. the right at Cape.-Canaveralbut;
.. large HigkSchooL-audi- .
. -. .. county welfarE,6tf j Ham 46'>!: Clifford Tyson William 'Po-
'" """"- v headedsg.at the last minute
0' succeed W. W.: Parker;*whc tOriunI 1n btlni "ea t il f'';" pek. C.'W. SfHb, C. Ward I* -
14th ANNUAL resigned effective October 1 Another inovation for the Guild Succumbed SundayRobert and landed Qr San Salvador is- rent, Andrew L. BulHr Fred

1'l after' 10 years of service. will be the use of reserved I II I land. Goal for the 1963-M United Appeal . Mae Dowell. Amos W Sim
seats. On the television feature side.
There were several applications Patrons will be given first Fund of Osceola County has mons, and ueorsre W. Vers
choice of seats V. Hampp, 46, of the magazine will have a storyon
for the job. been set at $20,000 according to -hoor. all of St. Cloud;
Final Plans Made tion by mail and phone. Guild 1610 West Vine Street Orange Rod Serling, originator of
The commission voted to ad- TVs Horace E. Phipps, president. They Aldus M. Cody. Charles B.
"The Zone.
members and Kissimmee passed
season ticket hold- Gardens
I vertise for bids for a six-inch hope to get most of the money Troft Webster H. Smith,
ers will then have the early Sunday. Perhaps "marrying 'statisticsare
opportunity away suddenly
dewatering pump for the county through a payroll deduction plan. Gary E. Straub. C. Anthony
to make reservations for He was Superintendent forK your cup. of tea. If so, All-
road department.It I The agencies participating in the Monell Melbourne N. Little-
For Boat- CadeThe of the 3 Florida has an article titled
also voted to advertise for one nights, Thursday. C. Moore, Jr., Builders, of
"Will You Marry Again," related campaign are The American Red field. Award A. Harris RobertL.
Friday or Saturday, October 10, Kissimmee.A .
purchase of a payloader for the 11, and 12. Remaining seats will native Ashville Ohio statistics of re-marriages in Cross, The Salvation Army, Boy > Eby Haynes Arnold, Judson -
of ,
county road department.Due John Ivor F. .
Kissimmee Moak Dor
Florida. Scouts, Girl Scouts,
made available
be for
single he had been resident of this I "
14th annual Kissimmee lea," will again be the scene of to crowded conditions, the play admissions.For community for the past 8 In weeks to come articles Youth Center, St. Cloud Youth.hell John W. Carpenter, Gene
will in the clerk'soffice
River Boatacade "Florida's the major activities after the board meet one more week, that is, dealing with "A Day With Two I Center Christmas Basket Fund,I H. Carr, N. Dyard VIehman,
devote their years.
greatest adventure cruise," has cruise leaves this lakeside city. Monday in the and courthouse to a until September 28, the Guild He was a veteran of World Doctors," and "Why I picked County Emergency Fund and The,John E. Carroll Jr. Leo R.Fertle I

been set for Oct. 21-27, K. C. The queen will be crowned, room will welcome patron applications.For War II was a member of the Florida" will appear.In Children's Home Society I J C. Martin. Fred M
[ of the grand jury.
Moore Jr., president. announced prizes awarded and the famed meeting 510 patrons receive two sea- American Legion. and B.P.O. addition to complete feature The United Fund drive will eli-I Clancy, James A. W. Killip. ,
yesterday.The Okeechobee dinner and dance son tickets to all three produc- Elks Lodge Number 1873. sections All-Florida carried sectional minate duplication of these chari- Arthur F. Dyer, Eston Daniel:

outdoor adventure, attract- will be staged at the Elks Club. tions: "Blithe Spirit," "Death Survivors include his wife, television listings with resumes ties. The United Appeal of Orange Wayne K. Rogers, Merle W.
ing hundreds of boats and out The Southport locks at the Carry Over In Takes a Holiday," and "You Winifred M. Hampp. One son, '' of each TV program.Q I County is joining in for the first Stinebaugh. Byron H MeLaughlin. 1-

door enthusiasts, will start down south end of Lake Tohopekaligawill Road Fund ReducedThe Can't Take It With Yu-" Pat- Robert Michael Hampp. One 'I' Listings for year here. The Orange County Herbert C. Kuhn
the river on Oct. 24 and terminate be dedicated on Oct. 22 and rons are also listed in all programs daughter. Mary Lee Hampp, 9 and 13, will be included. agencies which are not represented Guy W. Strowp. Gerald F

at Indiantown on Oct. 26. officials said they were hopeful as supporters of the Foot all Kissimmee. Half-brother, in Osceola County will be avail- Baxter. Harry H. Lively Francis .

Launching this year will be U.S. Sens. Spessard Holland and State Road Departmenthas light Theatre Guild and enjoy Richard O'Toole of Ohio. Rummage Sale To able to residents here. E. Waldron. John F Godwin .
from Lake Tohopekaliga at the George Smathers along with oth- advised the county the cash first choice of reserved seats. Funeral services, heldat Phipps is assisted by Charles Harold C. Hall Edward I

city boat basin. er state and national officials carry-over in the secondary road I Any Guild member has inform 2 o'clock Wednesday were from Be Held SaturdayA Mendel, first vice-president; Louis P. Knechel Lucian W. Elliot, --

Moore said he and Wells Moon will be present. fund for Osceola County should? ation about being a patron or in- the Grissom with B.P.O. Berson, second vice president; William Long Spencer F
Chapel the
and Aria Lawrence, board members Invitations have been extendedto be $362,236.69. terested persons can call Catherine rummage sale under Don Lettow, secretary and Steve Baya Brock demons all of
recently made the cruise Smathers and Holland. This is about $80,000 less than. Beauchamp chairman of Elks Lodge Number 1873 auspices of ,the Bethany Circle Miller, treasurer.A Khtsimmee;

down to Lake Okeechobee and TAe week's festivities start on the carryover a year ago. ticket sales, on 847.2409 or 847- conducting services. Folding will be held in the educational meeting to make final plans, Glenn R. Baisden, Kenans-

toured portions of the winding Oct. 21 with a boat show and Revenues during the year, 3156. and presentation of the Flag building of the First United for the drive, which will get un- vile; George G. Hancock

river trail with corps of en- registration of boats for the amounted to 746610.90; and expenditures Season tickets are now on sale was courtesy MakinsonCarson -Presbyterian Church at 8 o'clock derway October 1, will be held Davenport; and James A
Number 10 American
gineers and flood control person cruise. Annually, there are. boat- amounted to $327- for $3. They are available from Post Saturday, September 21st. at the Chamber of Commerce office Jones. Loughman.
nel and reached the conclusion ers from across the nation and 79016. members and at the Charm Shop Legion. Interment was In Donations for the sale are to 7:00.

"the Boatacade can get through." throughout the state making the Major construction projects Florida Realty Counselors, Helds Osceola Memory Gardens. be brought to the church Fri- The tonight directors at are Elsie Baker,
There had been some speculation trip. worked on during the year included 66 gas station and Roberson'sRexall Grissom Funeral Home was in day. Mrs. Jeanette Woods will Bob

that because of low water Activities here include dances. Vine Street in Kissim- Drugs. Charge of arrangements.. be the chairman._. Craig Bobroff Bell, AI Cody Louis, Berson Jimmie, Cox, 654 Head
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and dredging operations on the barbecues luaus fireworks dis- mee. 244359.43; Main Street, Fleming Dame, Gordon Dawson
river where locks are being con- play and a fish fry.. Kissimmee, 5129,150.16; Ohio I
J. C. Ellison John Gehrett
structed that passage would. not The first night's stop will be 'Avenue St. Cloud 9966813. -< Gould Kenneth Higman Charles Sold AtMarket
be possible.Two at the Four E Fish Camp at
Hodgins, Pete Hunt Jean KJbter
shallow places were reported -Cornwell, 84 miles away, wherea
and Don Lettow.
one at Camp Mack and chicken and barbecue dinner
Clifton Allen Also Ralph Lohmann, Martha
another further down stream. and a street dance are planned.
Ctewkton which bills itself as The second night stop will be r Marshall Fred McDaniel, Charles
Died Suddenly Steve Miller Bill Morse
'The Sweeatest Town in Amer- in dewiston. 74 miles away and
across Lake Okeechobee. Ruth Padgett H. E. Phipps, Glenn At the Wwtnwwe Livestock

Saturday morning the group Clifton H. Allen 50, passed Ray Art Scalli, Leo Scbumaker Market Wednesday, 04 cattle
Neil Shelhorn, Henry Simmons. and calves were sold comparedto
City Approves will journey to Indiantown. about away suddenly in a Titusville
Ray Smith Carroll Starting Rus- 728 a week ago.
55 miles, where a dance is plan- hospital early Saturday.A .
BeautificationCity ned along with a dinner and sell Thacker Warren York and Compared to lat Wednesday
where farewells will be native of Haines City he D. Coe Love.Kitrell. slaughter steers and bulls too
for another exchanged lived most of his life in the few for quote heifers steady on
commissioners have year. Kissimmee area before movIng acid calvesS.50LOO
approved few available, cows
Sunday, the heartier souls will
a beautification plan for to Titusville a year ago. Ugher Stacker: steers
start the run back up the river. Infant
the downtown area. The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliarywill Survivors include his wife steady, betters $1-00-1.50 higher
The proposal was made by the assist boaters en route who Edna F. Allen. Five sons Died Thursday cows strong on few available
civic committee of the chamberof have difficulty finding the course William H. Allen, Camp Gordon and calves $1.00 higher. A broad

commerce. It was presentedto and across Lake Okeechokee. Georgia; Jack Harvey stacker demand resulted in TO
the commissioners Tuesday Annually the outboard motor Steve and Dewayne Allen. Charmain Layenette Kitt- percent of the run rctonsag to
night by Fred McDaniel, cham- manufacturers send crews alongto One daughter Ina Jane Allen, rell infant daughter of Mr. pasture with calves canprWngabout

ber manager.The . assist in engine repairs if all Tltusvi e. Father William and Mrs. Michael Kittrell of I 89 percent of total.
cost of the beautificationwould necessary.The H. Allen Titusville. MothtrRuby w 614 S. Clyde Avenue Kissim Utility and standard slaughter

be borne by Broadway sponsoring organization of Perfitt Kissimmee. One mee passed away Thursday. heifers $16.60.1L00.Utility .
merchants and property owners. the Boatacade, the KissimmeeChamber brother. W. C Allen. Klssunmee. morning. cows $15.75-18.00, cutter

The program centers around the of Commerce, urges al One sister Iris Register, .. : Try S13.00-1C.OQ. earner $11.0 .13iS.
median strip on Broadway The calves J32JM5SO .....-
persons planting to make the Tallahassee. Hal brother. Besides the parents survivors Good
landscaping of this was engineered trip to .use extreme caution and Dick Perfitt. Kissimmee. include a sister Rita Kltt- aid $19.50-23.50, atfltty Jl-50-
by Paul W. Day of St. Cloud y rell. Grandparents Mr. and 19.50.
'boating common to
professional landscaper and for avoid unnecessary accidents. I Funeral services were held ;- 0 4 Mrs. Edward Hendricks LexIngton Good 458-899 lb. feederatocker
ester. It was prepared at the request at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday from North Carolina: Kenneth steers fM49&GO. mediumJ17.5030.00
of Miss Lottie Lawler,, the Grissom Chapel with the Kittrell Weldon North few Common 17.00
Rev. D. B. McAllister Minister
chairman. -
committee City Receives Carolina and Mrs. Myrtle Per 18.00.
McDaniel said the plan has of the Central Baptist Common and medium 499460
been approved by the State I $6,891.22 From Tax Church, Indian River City, pf.ficlatlng fltt, lb. heifers n&OO-lftjee.

Road Department.The I Casketbearen were Funeral services were heldat Inferior and few..... cows'
commission was told it is The .Qty of Kisstemee received Messrs. Lucian Elliott Harris 10 a.m. Saturday at the J1LOH4J5. ORe tics. $11.:""

hoped work can begin by Oct. $6,891.22 from the state cigarette Daniels, Melvin Johnson. R yHansell. NEW LOOK IN POLES-In order to get poles to hold up in the marshy area on Interment in Pleasant Hill Medium acid few goat 1S9409

5 L The commissioners said theywork tax collected during the !, Oren Brown and Hqlln the East loop of the 13,000 roll line the city used four 9000 pound prestressedconcrete Cemetery with the Rev. R. C. lb. caJvw fl&tt-MJO common
would have to be coordinated month of July according to Snyder. Interment foUoed ,,- Horton, Minister of the $17.0030.00. -
This East will tie in. with the West encircle the
poles. loop to city.
with the city manager Richard B. Keatteg. director of In Pleasant Hm Cemetery.Grissom Church of God officiating. Medina and few soot 160-250
\ and director of )parks and recreation. the state beverage department, Funeral Home was These will eliminate rot, fire and replacement. The holes for the poles which were Grissom Funeral Home was lbs. $3Sj004U coaawwa $30.<

web ee&eets the tax. in charge of sank 10 feet,were drilled by water pressure. (Photo by ELy) In charge of arrangements. 25.00.



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Bridget Gainer Retprns
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From Visit to Homeland ;

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> r By BETTY EBY 1

.*, f.t.>.',; : Bridget (Mrs. Joseph: ) Gainer has returned from
Ireland where she and her daughter Karen spent six

I, 1 t weeks visiting Bridget's mother, Mrs. Anne Ginty
s e
I inL who lives in Swinford, County _

W4 ?; : i :: i' La r ; S *' g Mayo native, Ireland.A of Ireland. it had been ,

bFtL ten years since Bridget had via -.,
ited her homeland. She and Karen

flew over while Lisa, 4, and Pa- b

tricia, 2, visited with friends, Dr. _
i and Mrs. Bill Needham, former

residents of Kissimmee who now '

L make their home in Columbus, t-

ci A Lifi Ohio.
After spending a few weeks in Ireland they spenta

METHODIST HOBOES-The Junior Department of the First Methodist Church week in London with her sisters and brothers. Kar-

held a Hobo Party Friday the 13th at Brinson Park. The occasion not only recog- en's delight was changing her American money into

nized the date but also the graduation of the group on promotion day. Approxi-. F't pounds. She brought some home with her to show

mately 50 youth attended. (Photo by Eby) : her friends in school.Dr. .

-- Gainer a birologist with the state diagnostic
GARDEN CLUB SEASON OPENS-The Kissimmee Gard-a Club opened for the lab, met them in Atlanta upon their return te the

Buys I Edward Fricke Fall season Tuesday afternoon when the first meeting of the year was held at the states and the whole family had a short vacatten at
Died On Friday i-Iethodist Educational Building. Mrs. Albert,Rogers left, president of the Club, is Spring J/ke, Scaly Mountain with the Roma Bron-

I shown above with the guest speaker, Mrs. Richard Luce, arranger and Junior sons who had picked up the two younger girl li Co

British Factory i Ii Edward Fricke, 85, died in local Flower Show Judge from Melbourne. (Photo by Eby) lumbus.

hospital, Friday morning. Born in, Frank Glass left last weekend for Murfreesboro,

i Germany, he moved to New York Boards Will _.:. Tenn., to return to his studies at Middle Tennoecoc
i i City in 1908. He was a memberof Help
The purchase:]tablished manufacturing plants in the Lutheran Church Local No. Conduct ElectionsThe State College.
of a 300,000 sq. ft factory at Wig- Belgium. Australia and Canada. 246 Carpenter and Joiners Union Mrs. Roland Lynch and son Jimmy of Columbus,
an, England, by the Tupperware British markets will continue to be I and the New York Thin Verein., Ohio arrived Thursday for a visit with Mrs. Lynch's ;
Division, Rexall Drug and Chem- supplied from the Belgium plant,Moved to rural Kissimmee in 1957. school. board and county parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Matz.
ical Company, was announced today until the Wigan operation is underway -I,Survived by one sister, Mrs. Erna commissioners will be cooperating Those visiting the Matz home Sunday were Mr.
by Tupperware president said Wilson. i Wagner NYC. Funeral services in the conduct of the Nov. 8 and Mrs. James M. Rosenheim and Mrs. George Aid-
Hamer Wilson. Domestic production and research -were held in the Chapel of the election County Clerk Glenn f
The facility a former Royal Ordinance : and development facilitiesare Riedel Funeral Home at 2:30 p.m. Ray said yesterday. worth of Gulfport, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Body
Factory is expected to be I located at Blackstone Mass. Tuesday with Pastor Henry Young, and Ronnie of Plant City Mr. and Mrs. George D. -
readied for plastics processing by and Woonsocket. R. I. Production of Trinity Lutheran Church officiating There are actually two elections Matz of Lakeland and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Fletcher
early 19W, said Wilson. It will I capacity and injection molding fa- followed by cremation. that day. One is the votingon and Sharon of Orlando.
supply Tupperware products to!cilities make the Blackstone plantthe Riedel Funeral Home in charge. three amendments to the con-
stitution. This is under the direction I
world's largest in this type of ,
the entire British market. L.
of the commission: Mrs. Riley (Julia) Miles is a patient at the Kkeim-
During the past two and a half i plastic processing.
mee Hospital where she underwent last week.
years Tupperware has also es- The other is a school trustee surgery
Halloween Carnival Correspondence from the J. J. Griffins 1Kt
- - -- -- and levy election. This is under reports a
' Farming Is County'sLargest the dircetion of the school board. wonderful trip so far which has already taken in
Officers InstalledIn Planned P-TA
Industry By The election polls and other details stops at Hawaii, Hong Kong, Japan and Bangkok.
CeremoniesOfficers will be under the direct F J. says the weather has been perfect so far and theyare
Ninety members enrolled at the supervision of Mrs. Dorothy 3-s iif having a marvelous time.
Recent farm figures
of the Osceola County I show that agriculture is Osceola first meeting of the Kissimmee Purdy supervisor of registration.The _.:

School Food Service Associationwere I County's largest industry by far Elementary School Parent-Teacher school trustee election will r Ruth'Griffin returned Sunday from Cincinnati
installed in a formal cere- I County Agent Jim Smith said Association Thursday. The meet- be for the purpose of selectingmen where she visited her sister. Julia Miles
with well 100 in attendance accompaniedher
mony last Thursday night -at Os- i yesterday.He ing, over to serve as trustees. To
ceola High School cafeteria Osceola was held in the Central to Ohio for a short visit then returned to Nash-
said produced qualify, one must be a quality
Conducting the installation was 3,151,000 boxes of oranges; 210.- School library with Mrs. James voter of Osceola County and filea 1 ville by train to visit an aunt. Ruth stopped in At-
Mrs. Kitty McCain Central Florida -000 boxes of grapefruit and 114- Charles president, presiding.Mrs. petition with at least five lanta on the way back and had four very nice days
regional director. I 000 boxes of tangerines all Margaret Bast a first names with the school board. there. She said she was sleeping under electric blank
Installed were Margie Marshall of which'sold for $6.9 million he grade teacher spoke on the read- Ray said he understood that ets before she left Ohio.
president of Osceola High; Matie I said.Other ing program for first graders. the school board would acceptthe G
Henderson vice president of Deer farm products including
Park; Dorothy Prentice secretary beef cattle, forest"products., dairy The group voted to hold a Hal- commission.poll workers However named he by added the! On the birthday list this week are Stella Rulli,
liween Carnival Oct. and
t of Jeffries Elementary; products, and miscellaneous to combine heir efforts on with 26 thechairman no official action in this regardhas Cynthia Stahl, Robert Pollom, Okay Carte, Lucy
Ruby Wilmarth. treasurer of High- brought Osceola farm income to been taken. Hamlin Sam Lupfer III Alma .,Mattie
: McLaughli
'' Hi tiland ,
lands Elementary *.- .. r. n3.iFrnnli ri. -':iJt., ., . ;. .: a --
Past presicient pin! .wre;!given -;.These 'same productv$.' -bYJi.the. 4" A ..lrospl tatRegistration h books', for the .:Jthyne Virginia Reynolds, Stephen Bfimr tfordan,
to Mrs. Herdlfr Gfdwin. astua timeVthey reached the -consumerwere i .,: "iyas $.**Hsfed bye election areffnow' -open. They Harry'Beaton, Jewell Myers, Frances Tread, J. L.
Johns, Mary Davis',.Vestelle.,Johnson worth J48.5 million hsaid Mrs. Charles-uampbeit"and Mrs. will close at 5 pjn..'Oct. 5, Mrs., Hutchinson, Mrs. N. B. Priest, Bob Eby II, Jeffrey

i L_, and .Ullian__ _Colburn._ ._ -._-. --?:.;;.' .---_ Robert. -- --Smith.-, -. Purdy said. Barnes, Donna Dee Jordan, Don Cooperrider, Bill
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MARRIED RECENTLY-Mr. and Mrs. Francis Willmer Newman, Hubert Tarcai, Larry Whaley, Charlie E

ing are shown leaving the St. John's Episcopal Churcl Bronson, Edgar Glass, C. M. Butcher, Albert Bearden I

following their wedding September 8th. Mrs. Willmeringis C Mrs. A. F. Crosby, Bob Buckels, Dick Makinson, I
Keep engine your money by fighting friction all the way?Then the former Lorraine Littlefield. (Photo by McCollom) Katheryn Haynie, E. P. Neid, Lloyd Rolls, Mrs.

your you should meet RPM :Motor Oils,the depositfreeoils Frank Clark, Georgette Baker, Lindsey Stevens II,

with the amazing new detergent ingredientthat Flora Bronson, Dick Fletcher, Eddie McGonigal, Bill "
clean with
running_ slashes engine wear. Choose RPM Supreme, Junior Guilders Graessle, Dorothy Norris, Tom Blain, Mark Mar- !
RPM Special or RPM Custom. Three great high- shall, Leda Ingram, Mrs. A. W. Bailey, Louise Pren-

I RPM MOTOR OILS detergent oils that keep engine parts so clean, so tis, and Roy Prentis. "

friction-free,you can save up to 1 gallon of gasoline Organize BranchThe Agnes Canale hit the high spots this past weekend

1 like an engine that runs sweet and clean? One in every 8 you buy.Get RPM Motor Oil today! when she attended the Dixie Regional Conference at

i, that makes the most of your gasoline and oil-. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) Atlanta, Georgia.Mrs. .
Anna Beardslee returned this week after
I Harlequinaders, the
Footlighter's section would
spending a pleasant summer at Detroit, Michigan.
junior branch of the Footlight appear at its completion.The .
Theatre Guild held their Ini- following young peopleare Miss Sidney Lumley has returned to her home on
tial meeting at the Art & Cul listed as charter membersof Brack Street after spending the summer visiting t
ture Center, on September the Harlequinaders: Bill friends and relatives in Michigan.
16th. Brooks Eileen Dimitrl Gail
The follwing officers were Gephart Jimmy Gill, Margaret I
Lucy Hamlin returned last week after
a busy summer -
elected: President, Carolyne pill; Janet Goold. Lee
Phay; Vlc -Presldent, Mark Graves 3rd, Pinky Hucheson, spent visiting friends and relatives in Michigan.. ,
Qf Lurie; Treasurer Chuck Ogle- vonrie[ Lee Dava Lurie Mark Indiana Utah, California And Arizona. .
rr tree; Corresponding Secretary -Lurie Chuck Ogletree, Caro
Lynn Ribley; Recording lyne Phay Janice Provost,
Secretary Dava Lurie. The Barbara Reynolds Debbie
President then appointed Bill Scalll, Teri Tarcai, Karen Taylor -
Brooks Membership Chairman Louise Taylor, Victor Taylor
Other Chairmanshipswill !I Laura Wallis, Mike Wailis. -
be made known by the Turner Wallis and Sandy I7'
President prior to the first Jenny
meeting of the Planning Gi-aves. Kim Higble, Lynn -
Board. Ribley( Jeff Scalll, Cindy Ivey
Important items of business Tommy Messer.MidCounty. like father
transacted were: Passage of
By Laws, which closly follow
those of the Senior Guild; acceptance Club
of the title. 'Harle Met TuesdayThe JtZ=L
quinaders': dues fixed at
$1.00 per year; sending a Mid-County Home Demon-
-rhankYouletter to the stration Club met Tuesday morning
Guild, expressing the Harle at the agriculture building,
quinaders deep gratitude for where they were given a demonstration
the Guild's faith in the youthof on one dish meals by
Osceola County as shown the hostesses Mrs. Howard Harris
by the creation of the junior and Mrs. Charles Underwood. love son
branch; and an offer of the Later they were served a 4

new group's services as us- luncheon featuring beef stragan- For every man who ever fen! In love with s JJej{ -anew
hers, refreshment attendants,
backstage callers and messengers -I I oftDuring the business meeting I / kind of family station wagon has been born. The 'Jee,'
; outside salesmen of general I various fund raising projects; Wagoneer. Irs the first station wagon ever built to offer tIM
. admission tickets; or in were discussed. I comfort silence speed and smoothness of a passenger oaf-
r any capacity the Guild may The! next meeting will be held, plus the traction and safety of 4-wheel drive.
SUggest. at the argriculture building the i Irs sheer pleasure to drive. Simple too. O te lever puts ywt
second of October at
Mrs. Gill Brooks, the Senior

Advisor, explained the 10 auia. All who are Interestedin In 4-wheel drive. So at a second's notice you OH shift .Me
origin and history of Harle- ho&e demonstration work are greater safety..from wheel-spffmfng in mud or snow...,..
4 quinaders and how and whyit Invited to attend. skids on slick surfaces..from getting stack or going out if :
dovetaled with the alms of control on the highway or offl I

the group. She also presenteda School The Wagoneer really) makes a demonstration wotthwhite. KV 1
scrapbook containing the t Attendance be your most exciting 30 minutes behind fee wheel. in 1f4& --.

youth including activities First Summer of the Guild Work; Shows r Increaser I Also In 2-wheel drive models. See your 'Jeep ......,. -----::- -3 r

? at shop for Children the Thea- } Kissimmee Elementary' KMSSR jeep ro/7* wM7ttw,T** t,ow
!:: j. tre Workshop for Youth and School bas enrolled an additional

STANDARD the Harlequinaders. 65 children since the opening day. shift Into greater safely ;.
Guild Membership Chairman of school Of the 841 total enroll-
Barry Mount, congratu- mentj 441 are boys and 397 are 1'lJV" P ",.A..GON" II'C""' :-
OILs lated his opposite number and girls. trite family wagon wMH 4-whe f fMM
presented membership cardsas Forty of these 65 children were
a gift from the parent transferred from the Highlands CARL SCHMIDT 1 RAMKLK '

body: Elementary School To help ease JEEPDIVSION2Soe T
After adjournment Mrs. the pier loaded primary grades at
Brooks and Mr. Mount explained Highlands, Kissimmee Elementary' ORANGE BLOSSOM IVAN.S 4MM*",MOef. -
the remodeling workin School l accepted 19 children in the .. *J..p*wnktes! In action fnus -_ :
r E. P.. NEKD Agent Kissimmee, Florida progress at the Art and leve 'one group and 21 in the level .-
KITS? snw
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School NewsKissimmee I The Kissimmee Qfcxette. KUslmmee, FU.t Thur ., Sept. It. IMS III '"

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Total Enrollment of 841 i ,


By PEGGY BRADBURYThe this year are: President Mrs. eral cases of pink eye reported. JJ; if,- : ..:;;"., .
School Charles VicePresident. -Parents if child -_
Kissimee Elementary .Betty ; First your shows sym j I Ii'1
has enrolled an additional 65 children Mrs. Carolyn Harvey; Second tons of this eye trouble, please '
since the opening day of Vice-President Mrs. Iris Lar- keep him home several days be- \- > j INVITES YOU TO SEE
school. Of the 841 total enroll son; Recording Secretary, Mrs. cause this eye inflamation (caused j:
ment, 444 -are boys and 397 are Betty Frakes; Corresponding Sec by one gnat) is highly con- r r '
girls. retary. Mrs. Catherine O'Berry; tageous.Fee \ THE 1964 SIEGLER
Forty of these 65 children were and Treasurer, Mrs. Nina Kil- and insurance money is still : 11

transferred from Highlands Ele I coyne. .being accepted. But please make c 4 HEATERS NOW ON DISPLAY
mentary.School.. To help ease the 1 I Mrs. George Y. Bast, Jr.. spoke I your payments at the school office n
overloaded-primary at Highlands, ;to this gathering on the Readiness, instead of the teacher. ; ,
Kissimmee Elementary School accepted -:Program. Readiness tests were Celebrating birthdays in Mrs.- '.
19 children in the level !completed this past week and a I Ruth Abbot's level one room for WI I F -! "
one group and 21 in the level few changes between students in:the month of September are: .i
three and four sectionS.The level one rooms might be neces'Donna Lynn Niblo, Lucretia Ve- a fi .,,;;:, --"' -
first PTA meeting was held sary. honsky, Debra Jean White, Mich- V i -'. .. 'ti. -"
last week in the Library with a In explaining Readiness Mrs. ael Hans Watson, Donald Lee A SLL .. #" '
large attendance. The banner for Bast said that the two most important -.Phillips, Charles Mark Tipton, r:... _
having the most parents presentwas factors. are listening and j,,i Ricky Allen Key, Granville Green, JI ;. ::.. '.,
awarded to Mrs. Pat Tilly's speaking. Danny Leon Frost, and Peter WIl- ..-:::::-
level one room. PTA officers for "Children must learn to listen. liam SchooL }"
They must listen to the teachers The children in Mrs. Mary Ruth t
listen to stories, listen to records, Rogers' level three room are
and listen to one another. After making "Good Breakfast" book-:
listening, they must be able to lets. They have brought in pictures :
tell what they heard. Therefore, written poems, and drawn
speaking is important." pictures to illustrate the import-
Mrs. Bast continued that children ance of a good breakfast.
FIRST BIRTHDAY-Nanette Wolf daughter of Mrs. Glenda Wolf celebrated her
have no idea what listening A Tree to Grow By is in the
is. They watch TV when voicesrun fourth grade room of Mrs. Pat first birthday Sunday with a party at her home. Shown with Nanette are,front row,
n all day and children beginto Nalley. It is to help set standardsfor left to right, Cindy Key April Goforth, Kathy Wolf and Alfred Key. Back row
0 0p ignore these voices. It is hardto moral values. The childrenwill Carol and Calvin Key. (Photo by Eby)
keep their attention when they make the tree grow as they
ET t'I are in a ,group. They must be add other branches and ideas. Sj
taught at home to sit and listento far the branches of kindness, honesty -
mother read a story, without fair play, study, and cleanliness birds. I have two chickens. One
coloring a picture, or eating, or have been added. kitten's name is 50, one is Macs .
moving around. At school the Mrs. Mary Dyals room at one is Matilda, one is Sinu. ; m
children learn to sit, listen, and Emma Yowell is beautifully decorated My dog is little. My daddy'sdog rM
BOYS speak. using the Fall theme. is big. My dog plays with IOthokfnW1e
All children don't need the Mrs. Pat B. Redgrave, level four me and my brother and my
Readiness books, Mrs. Bass stat- teacher, underwent surgery at father and my mother. My dog is a
ed. But teachers have to find out Orange Memorial Hospital and brown and white. My daddy's dogis will show why
8 through 11 who needs this program, hence will be out of her classroom for black and white. By Lynne you
the Readiness Test. This Hughes.
is where several weeks. During her absence
our ungraded primary is so vital Miss Clarice Houston will be subs My dog was a mut. Now he is
enter our in placing of children in groups. stitute teacher for this group. pretty. By Cliff Northrop. 1w J J3o '
The Readiness Test is a criteriaof These pet stories came from I have a dog. She is black. Her .. 'r-
maturity. A short interest span this room. My- dog is Spot. He name is Blacky. She eats dog f
PUNT and the inability to be quiet are is black and white. He says bow food. By Johnny Overstreet.My y 39a
signs of immaturity. wow. By Cathy Mutter. ,- pet is a bird dog. I play
Getting back to our general I have three cats. One is a cowboys and Indians. He is my
:school news there have been sev cat-two are kittens. I have two pony. I like him. He takes me VL
around the house. He takes me
PASS 1 to my friend's house By Michael ,
Wallis. h '..
The children in Miss Melissa 'f-.t

-i :: Bill's fourth grade are studyingthe ; Ill :
United- States. Each child rji I"G9
KICKcompetition FT-7'4 wrote to a different state for in-
formation and will make a reporton
his selected state.
Boys and girls in the level one ,

rooms are learning active songs ,'..<
and games and also fun songs 'k I
:vr+ "" from their music teacher Mrs. -a
Jean Donahue. This week they : 3 .V
NOW! Ak Iit were introduced to the classic record -
"Peter and the Wolf." Mrs. r. ,
Donahue's attractive drawings on
t p. Rr: the .blackboards' helped,. to illuThe -
*! =' j'1OCTOBER ", : l te -tl1f:;characters la!-this mu- .y a
., ;:; ; sisal sto ;..'i'\- .. -
11 students at Emma Yowellare
i it learning the French song I
Freri Jacques. They are
.If I I 4j' '"} learning more train songs. bQ4L 3OM4a
DAY TO SIGN UP! STATUE The Sacred Heart of Mary statue has
been added to Osceola Memory Gardens, Garden of the d :' ....._

Golf Gossip Sacred Heart. Made in Italy the statue is seven feet tall

IN FLORIDA and weighs 2500 pounds. It stands on a cross shaped base
Golfers of split face white and pink marble. (Photo by Eby) L 14
BIG PRIZES! For boys 8 Lady

through only with boys 11. You your compete own age. Plan TourneyThe I I' L\EJ\ d 4 th: G3g

No body contact. It's free! slowly by a centuries-old natural process, beer isFlorida's Per Capita Income
traditional beverage of moderation-light, sparkling -
It's fun! FREE instruction 1-
delicious.And ladies take the spotlightat I
folderMAction-Picture"and Ford Televiewer when ring naturally Florida's Brewing Industry is proud of the mil- the Osceola Golf and Country! Passes $2,000 Mark Behind the gleaming, porcelain
Club as they begin a Ringer find
cabinet patented
you'll a
you sign up! Bring Dad . lions of dollars it contributes to Florida's economy. Florida's Tournament which shall last I I
get full details! 5 brewers, 101 beet wholesalers, and 17,000 beer retailers I: inner unit that makes super
over a period of two months. heat Look at the
employ more than 68,000 persons with an annual payroll of The per capita income of Flo- cent. floor possible.
They also are planning a weekly
wheel that drives
Y $155,000,003.:> Money made in Florida, spent in Florida. In event with scores posted on the ridians passed the $2,000 mark "This situation is both good t big blower
AMOTOR Florida beer belongs.. .enjoy it. board. for the first time last year, the and bad as it results in a larger 1 the air through a battery of
Play on this weekly event does Florida State Chamber of Commerce mass market but not in a qual- ' inner heat tubes that set rightin
I reported yesterday in its I market the trade body the heart of the fire! Siegler
t1\ UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. not have to be on Ladies' Day ,
I doesn't wait for the heat to
COMPANY but can be played any day of Weekly Business Review. I pointed out
\ I FLORIDA DIVISION the .week. Entry fee for the Ringer "Pegged officially at $2,044,I "One underlying cause lies in come out...it goes right in after
Tournament is 50c. this average income of Floridians -: the growing proportion of young- i it,then forces it over your floor!
Eight ladies are already par- was 4 per cent over 1961, sters and oldsters in Florida's Come in and see for yourself
ticipating in the Thursday clinic slightly below the increase in the population at the expense of the why Siegler Outkcats-Outkttti all
conducted by Bobby Moody, pro national average of 2366. income-producing age group. In other
He is now planning a clinic to "This less-than-national gain in total income Florida ranks 10th '
be held on Fridays which will average income Is a result ofF among the 50 states and the Dis- '
be not only for beginners but lor i d a's rapid population trict of Columbia while its position r
also for brush up. growth.. Last year the total per- is 34th in per capita in ,r
In the men's department Bill sonal income received by Floridians come.". \
Bulmer shot a 71 Sunday. from all sources came to Among those who attended the

: SAVEWHERE $11458,000,000, up 8 per cent from preview of the church wide study
f City Purchases 1961, while the national gain was book, "Our Mission Today," heldat
1---r 6 per cent. Florida's population the First Methodist Church in
counted 5,459,000 at mid year
AddressographThe Orlando on Tuesday were Mr.
YOUR 1962, up 4 per cent comparedwith and Mrs. R. R. Houston and the BUY NOW PAY LATER ON THE
,,' commission Tuesday a national gain of 1% per. Hanks.
night authorized purchase of an
addressograph machine in the
; amount of $8,974.10 with an an-
nual $2.98.56 service contract. OPENING MONDAY, SEPT. 23rd.

-4 Bill Johnston city engineer, Drop in or call us NOW and we
\ % presented a tentative street pav-
= ing plan which calls for $56- will send our Heating Expert to
633.51 in paving during the fiscal JIM AND JEFF'SCITIES

PER ANNUM year. S. your home To determine exactly

DIVIDEND ., Qthn'en'iz: 35saJe i s5* r fs& SSS& ta>nd 'YJ). of SS9gf& wUJi
beer and wine in places that has SERVICE
best heat home . We also
[COMPOUNDED AND no seating or other facilities for i
consumption on the premisis.The .
PAYABlE QUARTERlY} commission adopted a re- 509 BROADWAY AT MAIN install Fuel Tanks and Lines . So

solution authorizing payment ojSlM.27 Come (n Today or Just Call Us For
to Smith and Gillespie.

city engineers. The Warmest Winter Ever!


Earl W. Zierbarth, Lions Inter TIME SERVICE . YES WE TAKE TRADE-IN'S
national counselor and president of
I,the Florida Lions Foundation for NEW AND RECAPS.
the.Blind. Monday night met with
members of the Kissimmee Lions

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4 The Ktesbnmee Gazette. Kissimtnee FUu, Tirana Sept. 19,1

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Educational Crisis s 1

CHEERLEADERS-The Osceola Kowboy fans will be led in cheering this year by MAJORETTES-Marching ahead of the Osceola Kowboy Marching Band will be

From the day of automobile pioneer Henry Ford the vivacous nine pictured above. They are, left to right, Jan Duke Jeannie Skin- the above attractive group of majorettes. They are, left to right Sherry Campbell,

till the day of pioneer astronauts Alan Shepard and ner, Glenda Matson Francis Haddock Connie Berlinsky, Peggy Simpson Pam Mary Farmer Maxine Antonucci Cheryl Hartley, Linda Bass, Sharon Tefteller,

Gus Grissom roughly from 1905 to 1960 not a Dymmeck, Diane Livingston and Charlotte White. (Photo by Hamrick) Jerry Ann Clark Pam Snook Sheila Oliver Jane Davidson and Lynn Davis. (Photo

single public university was built in this state.Is by Hamrick)

it any wonder that Florida now faces a crisis in
In Vietnam

higher Governor education Farris facilities Bryant?posed this rhetorical ques- Bulldogs Romp Baptist Girls Give Auxiliary Board

tion at in 7 kickingoff To Meet
a meeting Tampa on September ThursdayThe

a drive for voter support of a constitutional Bale's B Team

amendment which will authorize bond financing of Mission ProgramST. executive committee and

junior college and university expansion.The members of the American Legion

arguments for this program are compelling. ST. CLOUD Mid-Lakes Con- St. Cloud starts the season Auxiliary will meet Thursday
CLOUD Five membersof Mrs. September 19th, at noon at the
Overwhelming support for it should result from ference champions. St. Cloud tomorrow night with a confer- Junior and Intermediate Girl'sAuxiliary R. L. Cooper program Legion Home. -
chairman presented Mmes. J
merely presenting those arguments to the voters.In High School Bulldogs held a ence game at Mt. Dora. First Bull- First Baptist Church, Ray Smith, Roy Meader. James All members are urged to attend
Fri- home will see the
final inter-squad scrimmage
most areas of Florida, particularly the urban game Eustis Sept- presented a program on State Jernigan and Pearl Paty who as matters of importancewill
day night before a large interested dogs pitted against
the need is self-evident. is need born of Missions at the monthly meet discussed the effortsin be Discussed, and are askedto
areas, Jt a crowd. The A team with head ember 27. At that time the band,
growth, and it is a growing need. Population statis- Coach Burke Chisholm directingits under direction of Sam Wood, ing of Women's Missionary Soc Venezuela Colombia, Ecuadorand bring a sandwich. Coffee will
iety. At the close of the interest- Peru. be furnished.
tics provide a graphic picture. efforts romped over assistant will perform in their new uni- ing and informative
program During the business
James Hale's B team. forms which were donated by session
Conservative projections made on the basis of en- Coach Mrs. Martin :Morris Junior G. Mrs. Orie Lee. chairman of the
onesidedthat Kiekhaefer Corporation.As BROASTED
The was so
rollment from the State of Education score A. leader introduced the girls:
figures Department an accurate evaluation of usual, the concession stand nominating committee, read the
show that the number of high school gradu- the varsity team is impossible.The will be in full swing with Post- Emma Barndollar Patsy Parris, slate of officers for the 1963-1 CHICKEN
Karin Hall
Betty Barndollar,
ates will jump from 43,914 in 1962-63 to 52,136 in one-sided score indicates master Lilburn Godwin and men church year Mrs. Smith president
and Laura Lee.
( Each girl represented Mrs. FREEZETTE
; Jernigan, vice
Coach Chisholm has of the in president
1963-64, and to 60,333 in 196465. that no community charge. a phase of the work Mrs.
This rapid increase will continue so that by 1970 depth on the bench but experience Remainder of the schedule is: done by Florida State Missions chairman; Mrs.Cooper program DRIVE-IN
; Henry Wilkes.
after the first few games, Oct. 4, Groveland (home); Oct.
Florida will have estimated students under the Southern Baptist Con community missions,
an 218,000 en- Mrs. Lee.
may improve the position of the 11. Clerniont (away); Oct. 18, vention.
rolled in public and private institutions of higher Bulldogs.. The complete new Umatilla (home); Oct. 25, Tava- mission study; Mrs. Paty, prayer '

learning. backfield is fast and a constant res (home); Nov. 1, Lake Weir chairman; Mrs. Jessee Brom- '

These prospective college students are the "war threat on end runs.Helpmates. (away); Nov. 15, Ocoee (home); Meacham baugh treasurer; Mrs. Clara Ilmi-: ...., "' I
and on Nov. 22 the classic Kis- St. Cloud Studies secretary;
babies" which caused Florida to inaugurate its first simmee-St Cloud game will be Mrs. Paty, Auxiliary Director; ,,

educational borrowing program back in 1952. At that Class played in Kissimmee. Chaplain PridgenIn AFS Program Mrs. Tillman Richardson and

time Florida voters approved an amendment ear- Reserve seat season tickets for Mrs. J. E. Halford, leaders of KODAK PROJECTORS:
To Meet South Vietnam the Sunbeams in the four five
marking part of its auto tag receipts for bonds to con- ThursdayST. all five home games plus all
and six year old group; Mrs. with 3- and 4-inch (ensesB
struct public school buildings at the elementary and home Junior Varsity games are ST. CLOUD An effort to revitalize -
Cecil Barber and Mrs. Robert
and reactivate the St.
secondary levels. CLOUD Helpmates Sun- on sale at City Rexall Drugs, Lee Sunbeam leaders in the Ideal Kr sh wi t $iidet Jiafle wtU;
Cloud Provisional Chapter. Amer-
White Barber and W.
Shop Penny- Chaplain Joseph Pridgen. ..
day School class of the First KODAK INSTAMATIC CommasKODAK
Now these "w r. babies" are ready for college-but Wise office for $6 each. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Prid ican Field Service is being con- seven and eight year old group: '

Florida colleges are not ready for them. They will Christian(Thursday Church) at will the meet home tonight of gen of Intercession City is pre- sidered by the Rotary Club. Mrs. Martin Junior G. A. leader 10 I"I';

not be, unless this bond program or an adequate al- Bruce and Kathy Wilson. sently serving as the 2nd Air Two years ago, following an The entire slate of officers I'I''
address made at a High School were unanimously elected and
'" Division and Base Chaplain in
ternative is And the alternative Gov- The Ladies will
approved. only Fellowship
PresbyterianWomen Saigon South Vietnam. assembly by a Swedish exchange will serve as the executive boardof
ernor Bryant points out, is a sharp increase in state welcome donations of good used Other assignments as chaplain student pupils of the school be- the Women's Missionary Un t ,
taxes. clothing for use in the mission To MeetThe have been at Scott Airforce Base, came imbued with boundless ion. Installation services will be to:
field. Any one gf the ladies may Illinois Fairbanks, Alaska Bos- enthusiasm and a burning desireto held at the WMS meeting Oct. I-
But bonds, with the interest that must be paid on be notified and items will be ; ;
September _of the ier Base. Louisiana; Shepherd's participate in the AFS pro- ober 10. 7:30 p.m. at the church.In :; :.
them over a long period, are expensive, you may say. picked up.Sunday .
A fund raising programwas preparation for her term as
Airforce Base.
Grove England
True but borrowing is sound and established busi- Oct. 6 is Rally Dayat United Presbyterian ChurchWomen ; gram. e' I.'
a .
Smith attendeda
First Christian Church. The will be held Monday in Croughton Base. England; and started -by issuing stock cer {president, Mrs. ..
neasTprinciple when the rate.of return is greater than the educational building at 8 Hamilton Airforce Base San tificates but the overall' program 'special training course at Stet. ..
Reverend Arnold K. is '" '
the coat'Of-borrQwing.- ' !: Pressey Francisco. aborted because adult participation 'son" University. recently.: : '
; y *. for ., 1
hoping a record-breaking attendance t t
yVnile*--.many-ft ,: ri1i gains'lIiher*nt in a college*education in both Bible School -p.m.Mrs.. Stuart Nelson, leader Although much of his work has was lacking:' Cat eL ;,
will show a film "The Will of been administrative he has been Over $300 is being held in
cannot be expressed in dollars and cents some and worship service. Everyoneis
invited to bring a picnic bas- Aunt Agatha". This is a Chris- very close to the life of peopleon escrow by the high school for a To PROJECTOR ::
and those alone the economic soundnessof Republicans
can; prove ket and enjo, and old-fashioned tian educational film with emphasis the bases through his work period of two years with a stipulation Revolutionary automatic : I
the borrowing plan. dinner on the -grounds. There on stewardship. with the Sunday School. Vaca- that the money will be Meet Monday NightST. : !I-
The average college graduate, over his lifetime, will be group singing in the The Faith Circle will be hos- tion Bible School ProtestantMen turned over to an AFS chapter slide projector "KNew :

will earn about $160,000 more than the high school afternoon. tesses. Women and Youth.GA's should one be formed. CLOUD All Republicansand revolving spiH-proof tray 1m

graduate. If expansion of our higher education Mrs. Hazel Jolley is in chargeof The Rev. M. Wendell Hainlin holds 80 slides, changes like a '
sys- interested are invited .
Vicar of St. John's EpiscopaiC1urch persons
registrations for Florida. record, stores like a book Yet :
tem results in only 1,000 additional college gradu- in Kissimmee to attend a meeting of the
Christian Churches Convention a you reach slide time N:
ates, the return to Florida will be $160 million. October 9-10 at the Deauville Give ProgramOn board member of the AFS chapter Republican dub Monday at 730 during a show.any You can any show i

More tangible arguments for the bond programare Hotel in Miami Beach. Sixty-four spoke to the St. Cloud Rotarians p.m. in City Hall Auditorium.Ray slides automatically,or advance, :
Bouvier will
that it would allow the state to meet today's registrations from the local recently and urged that preside at reverse, even focus, by remote'
the formerly
church is the number requiredto State MissionsBy they spark a new drive to forma meeting was control. Positively jam-proof. n
problem today and that in doing would
so save a St. Cloud chapter. scheduled to be held at Wom
500-watt with
help meet the state goal of lamp brightness :
large amount on construction costs. For the 10 an's Club. Mr. Bouvier. State
past Peter Warn
3.500 registrations. The fee is a past exchange control. Fine fast f/3.5 lens. -
years, building costs in the Southeast have been ris- SOc person or $100 per family. student from Britain, lived with Committeeman James Krasman $74930
the County Executive Committeeand as
ing at the rate of four or five per cent a year, and Singing led by the Vernon JEAN GOLDIXO leader. At the end of the program Fr. and Mrs. Hainlin during partof other hard-working Republicans

there is no reason to expect any change in that Brothers and addresses by state At the Wednesday Night Prayer the girls put money in the his stay in Kissimmee. One are anxious to get the HUNT BROS.
trend. and national church leaders area Service in the First Baptist offering plate for the missions. of the most rewarding! experi- Club reactivated and the meet- kM
of the carefully planned Junior G.A.'s Girls ences of his life the Vicar said
Church the (
The audience also had chanceto
The trend that can and must be changed is Flor- part ) for a mis- was in having Peter as a mem- ing is being held for that pur "THE OPEN FRONT :
program. Auxiliary put on a program put in money the
ida's educational lag in comparison with such pro- about state missions. sions. ber of his family. pose.

gressive states as California, and even with the na- The program was lead by Mrs. The girls who took direct partin Fr. Hainlin emphasized that STORE"M

tion as a whole. Our economic, as well as our ac- Beta Club Holds Owen Godwin who is their G.A. the program were: Prayer the entire by the community presence is of rewarded an ex- '
Chairman, Suzanne Shore; Ruth,
ademic, stature may depend on it. Tanya Perry; Mr. tSun. Kathy change student and the overall CHARLES B. EBYpMr&1
More statistics. are pertinent here. In 1962, of Opening MeetingThe Arrington; United Christian Ac- national program with its 3000

every 100 young people in Florida between 18 and Sales Tax tion Patti Clear; Sally Smiles, students have and impact for PHOTOGRAPHERWEDDINGS :

21 years of age, 31 were in college. California had Kathy Calloway; Baptist Bible good on the world community. -110. -

58.7 of every 100 in college; over the nation, 42 of Osceola High Beta Club Totals Institute Vinnie Goldino; FlorIda .... I
held its first meeting of the Normal and Industrial Mem- r
every 100 were in college. new school year Tuesday, Sept- orial College Jennifer Johns; School HolidaysAre 7 ANNIVERSARIES
Result of this lag, according to a recent survey ember 10 at the school. Diane Camper Faye Perry;; Miss ..
made by Dr. Ralph W. McDonald is that "an untold Pierson, president opened the $31,858.23Sales Weatherford Terri Bethune. Other ScheduledST. BIRTHDAYSCOMMERCIAL

number of Florida young people have already been meeting with words of. welcometo girls' who took part were: ..:
her fellow Betas, and especially Paula Shore who played the "..
permanently handicapped" . and "almost ur-
every CLOUD Veterans Day ..
to the two newest members tax in Osceola County piano; Becky Arlington Pam
ban center in the state is now being adversely affect- Donna KInney and Jose during the month of August total-Lockwood Carol Sue Paulk Nov. 11. will be the first holidayfor :

ed" economically. Jardin, the foreign exchange stu- ed $31,858.23 as compared with Bobbi dear, and Leighan Macy. St. Cloud schools. Other holi- -
"Florida's failure to provide higher education op- dents. $30.749.94 collected in July and days are Thanksgiving Nov. 28- r r

portunities at the advanced and graduate levels to At this first meeting the Constitution with 29405.63 collected in August 29; Christmas Dec. 20-Jan. 5; 847-2881 847-4266 :
end of first
of the club was read 1962. pupils holiday, sem-
meet growing needs has long since passed the pointof and necessary changes in the Gasoline tax collected amounted Mrs. Vada Goodlin ester, Jan. 27; Rodeo Feb. 21;

endangering the state's future," the report added. rules of the club were made by to $49,385.42 in August as Died 11 Easter Vacation March 27; FEA A 4".

That, in capsule form, is the reason for formationof the members. It was decided compared with $50,99i.87 collected September Meeting April 23-24; and of .=

"Citizens for Florida's Future," with Thomas F. that the club will have a pro- in July and with 530.843.73 in school June 5. :
gramed meeting the last Tues- August. 1962.Pioneer. Mrs. Vada Vada Goodlin. 69. .c..
Jr. of Boca Raton state chairman.
Fleming as
born in Mason West Virginia
day in each month. County. w
You'll be hearing a great deal about and from this Elections were held to elect a moved to Kissimmee from Rose Circle Notes It Means A Lot -

citizens group between now and November 5, when a vice president and when the Toronto. Ohio in 1955. died in local M

fateful decision on education will be made at the votes were tallied Alan Starling Resident hospital Wednesday morning. 10th AnniversaryThe .
took the responsiblities of this September llth. She was a mem- Price is an important matter :
polls.It office which Include Died MondayWill ber of Christian Church in Follans- Rose Circle of the Kissim-
and Florida needs It has program- the indeed to many families these :'
your support. ours- ming of meetings. Susan Hale bee West Virgina. She is survived mee Garden dub met at ,

without reservation. was re-elected chaplain and Arthur Lanier 77, of by husband Mr. Charles R. Good- home of Mrs. Earl dark on days; that's why we continue

Mark Lurie was a appointed re- Campbell'Station, Kissimmee, tin Kissimmee, father, Mr. Ben- Thursday, Sept 12th and cele-
brated their 10th anniversary as to stress that Riedel service ;;
porter for the club. Other officials member of a pioneer Osceola jamin Riblet, Intercession City, ,
Richard: Abrams Rancher Sues of the Beta Club include County family passed away sons. William Cole Fontana. an The active speaker.circle in Mrs.the club.Malvin :w t:j although noted for its high :

Susan Warden secretary-trea- suddenly early Monday.He CalL and Lee Cole Follansbee.W. -
Now In Germany Turnpike GroupArmy surer Diane Pierson. president. was a native and lifelong Va. Daughters Mrs. Velma Samuel related the progress of quality, is very moderately :

Karen Hansell. parliamentarian, resident of Osceola Coun Barker Orlando and Mrs. Inez the group their through many the field years trips, including -, priced, and within the means :c

An Osceola rancher has filed and Mrs. Margaret Tyner sponsor. Dysert Union Park. Fla. Bro. shows by the TMf OOC4
I tyHe flower presented all.MtMltft. ;
Of 7MC6CIDCH of .
Specialist Four RichardM. : was a member of the! Selvy DeWise and Edwin Gil-
suit against the Florida State! circle, landscaping projects at
ftUU :
Abrams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Station Baptist; Sisters
Campbell breath Canoga Park Calif. .
Park Central
Turnpike authority for allegdly Brison and the
Hewlett M. Abrams, who live at Church. Mrs. Inez Adams Winters-
not following a verbal understanding School and contributions to the III RIEDEL
1007 Mabbette St., Kissimmee is early in 1962. Winn-Dixie Sales Survivors Include his wife,, yule, Ohio and Mrs. Frank Zeig- annual Christmas Bazaars.

a member of the 29th Transpor- H. 0. Partin & Sons Inc. filed Show Increase Lilly Ann Lanler. One son. ler, Cleveland, Ohio and fifteen Honored guests were Mrs. John :JIrmu
Kissimmee. 24 iioct :;
Battalion's Lanier
tation Luther grandchildren.
the ,suit in circuit court againstthe Carroll and Mrs. June Guns, AMJU.ANa: 107 6
Detachment softball team which turnpike.' In the complaint An increase of 4.24 percent in Two daughters Mrs. Frank: Funeral services were held in both instrumental in the organ- suva KISSIMMEETHE EMMETT. iIOatp STREET :
won the battalion championshipin the Partins allege that the turn sales was recorded by Winn-: Kritz, St Cloud and Mrs. Leo 1 the Chapel of The Riedel Funeral ization of the group as was Mrs.

Germany in early August pike wanted authority to enter Dixie Stores during the fourweekperiod Barber Kissimmee. Home at 2:30 p.m. Friday, with Raleigh Rolls, first Chairman of ...

Specialist Abrams entered the the Canoe Creek and Fannie Bass ended August 24 compared Funeral services will be Rev. Jimmie Cox. Pastor of The the Rose Circle. Pbeee: "

Army in October 1953 and is assigned pastures before title had been with the corresponding period . held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday' First Christian Church officiating Pink and white the colors M7.31B8A f .'".'.
communications acquired or. in fact, before the a year ago it was announced from the Grissom Chapel I assisted by Rev. Fred Toms of chosen for the table reflectedin 4.

as a specialist .
in the detachment in Bob- condemnation proceedings had at general headquarters in with Rev. Floyd Cox, Minister The Nazerene Kissimmee Fol- a lovely flower arrangementof ...
been initiated. Jacksonville.The of the Campbell Station i lowing friends served as casket roses. The birthday cake was -- :

Ungen, Germany. The complaint alleges that the Winn-Dixie four-week Baptist Church and the Rev. bearers: Fred Barclay, Harry decorated with pink roses. Refreshments ....
Abrams attended St. Cloud turnpike wanted to begin construction sales volume totaled 564,066.606 Olin Smith of Lithia offici Lively Tom Lane. Rev. Roscoe were served by Mrs.

High School and was employedby immediately becausethe as compared with 561,453,053( ating. Interment to follow in i Smith, Guy Horde and Morning dark and Mrs. Fred Burton
Greenwich Country dub. weather was dry and work during the same period last Pleasant Hill Cemetery. Grte Cross. Interment in Rose Hill hostesses for the day. Seven

(Conn.) before entering the could be done more rapidly year. This! was an increase of som Funeral Home Is Ix 1 Cemetery. Riedel Funeral Home charter members were presentfor LT

Army. than at a later date. $2.606,553. charge of arrangements. in charge. the meeting.

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W-ft UANI RWPiR VROUNB Quantity Rights Reserved
199 Prices Good Thru September 21st'
B eef f 5 U. I WINN.OIXIK STORM.. ...e. e HICKORY
at PKG. I COPTltM..,-.... 2
US.unucnwrt SMOKED ndI

Scrapple u49xOOffLAND SAVE 4T aAGtKOpURF


tLd:: ., Meat ASSORTED 2 Js. 491 tl L

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':-. J : ,:";;:" > HORMEL BONELESS CAK .;ED . RES. $2.99

RECORD ATTENDANCE girls were recognized at the Methodist Rally Day + LB.

Sunday for their record of perfect attendance. The daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ham 3CAN N$259

Byard Viehman, they have nine and_ten years record of not missing a Sunday,
School Class. Shown above, left to right, are, Joe David, Sunday School Superintendent
Mr. and Mis. Viehman, Mary Ruth and Barbara Jean. (Photo by Eby)

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:Thrift Club To I i Orange Gardens, Jottings I -. .
';;Install Officers 1, o :}:-: t.( :i;":. -' "., ' "" ",'" _ :
I OGA Activities Launched) Red DeliciousAPPLES

r-The Thrift Home Demonstratjon -
club will meet at the Livestock -' :
| Pavilion Tuesday, September By Smorgasbord Dinner
24th for a potluck dinner at
i? o'clock.

H During the business meeting! .By ANNA J. REYNOLDS j Vine St. telephone 874-2402. i
officers for 'the !
coming will
l tfc installed All members year are Judging from the large attend The Pine Needle Crafters, un-j t 439Golden
urged to attend. ance at the first regular meet- der the leadership of Mrs. Ray 'I e ,
.. ing of the current term of the Faulk meet on Thursday after- i, 1t
Orange Gardens Civic Association -noons at 1:30. Many interesting t 1 1
I last Thursday evening in the and unique articles are made I I Bantam Sweet
I Community House Bldg., it was at these meetings.Mrs. Land 0' Sunshine 1 Thrifty Maid Tomato
PIZZA a looked-forward to affair. Everyone S. F. McPherson of 1635 1
I who attended the meeting had as guests Mr!, and Mrs. CORNEAR
FREEZETTE seemed to get a great enjoymentfrom Frank Maida from Alexandria, .'
I this first meeting of the Va. last week. BUTTER! CATSUP
DRIVE-IN Association, from the business Miss Elsie McPherson is spending
.___.__.__ -- ____ - _H_ __ I meeting. the covered dish smorgasbord her vacation visiting in
:1 and the informative talk Portsmouth, Va. She will return
s SOUTH TRAIL j i by Major Smith, on "Civil De- home about the first of next ltmlt one 1 Limit two with 5 ;
!'i tense Preparation. The hostess I month. I with S5. i $5.00 order or
for the evening Mrs. Earl Lewis..1 1
Sincere wishes of
DRIVEINTHEATRE Another important project bee I sympathy I t order or i, more, please.
are extended to the family of) morl. i
9 9
ing carried on by the residentsof Mr. Robert Hampp who passed 4 ? 12-oz. BOT. ,
the Gardens is the Needle- I away suddenly last weekend. His I LB 50 Extra Top wise tar
work Guild of America which genial smile and greetings will 1 Save 91/2 Ea. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE. OFPK
meets in the Community Houseon be missed his :
ORLANDO, FLORIDA greatly by many Two ... FKOIKN GOLD IOnion
designated Tuesday, morningsat friends. !'
THURS-FRI.-SAT. 10:00.: At present the guild Miss Grace Collyer the sister i, Rings
workers\ are making an effortto of Mrs. Gilbert,.D. Hedden, .isi i &OOD TNNU ..PT.M..II .'.T
SEPT,1920.21.; 1 ,.. excel,. last year's
equal if not .
v expected to return h "BATTLE OF THEWORLDS"4 record when approximately_1500; week. . ;J t;,... .
4t, garments were collected. at the Misses Hortense, tone, and. ,
Ingathering. It goes without saying Pauline McCauley are current SAW e- k4'( . asAGe FREESTONE . Limit 2 please.No. .
7:00 that this is a most worthy ly staying at the home on 1608
cause. All that is required are Orange Blvd. awaiting comple-
"ANGRY RED PLANET" two garments each from the tion of their home on 1619 Cedle Peaches. 2y2 19 Eidra Top VaMe DI2S
9:00 members each year. It is requested St CANS WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Ol
that in addition to bringing Mr. and Mrs. Roy Craven has I .
needle and thread, the members -returned to their home on 1701
10:30"PHANTOM bring any surplus material Cecile St. t tAW 6.H.. EACH . THRtFTY MAID . Limit 2 please. i Choc. Eclairs
which they have on hand will ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Englander eOOD T"tU .R"a"aEIt SIP
PLANET" be much appreciated and put to'have returned to their home on+ v AT ANY WINNDIXIES4
12:00 good use. All residents of the.,632 N. Catherine after an ab- Apple SAUCE 10SAVE
Gardens and up-town Kisunmee 1 sence of several months. CAN
Four Science Fiction will be most welcome to meet:i i Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Kramer
ThrillersSUN.MON..TUES. with the voluntary workers. Any er have also returned home.
further information that may be!'I Mrs.: Andrew Hermann. has returned 2V*< EACH EVAPORATED . Limit 8 please. '
desired, can be obtained froml alter an absence of- sev- 50 Extra
Top WataeStiBp*
Mrs. George Glover at eral days.
Pet Milk 81.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green of
Free Balloons To 1625 W. Doris St. have returned 0.45oz.: C"N iCMLRSBlack
The Ladies home. Pepper
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kramer .
"THE STRIPPER" have returned to their home on SAVE 34 EACH THRIFTY MAID Limit 10 pleast.EvapMilklO .OOD T"tU.EPT.M.alt .IKLiII

z 7:0011:05 OXCE OVER LIGHTLY: & _
: I A local cowboy who is justifi- S1.SAVE
: "WALK ON THE WILD I ably proud of his abundance of .
: SIDE" I curly black hair wears it front ''iExtra
er style. One day his barber
: 9:10: teased, "If I cut off those sideburns 8< EACH . WALDORF ASSORTED COLORS Toy Yaiae Sta
+ ($ of I'll bet nobody THIS COUPON AND PUR ofONS
WED., SEPT 25 yours .
S would recognize you.o. a-L. PKG. C""CKIH' GOOD
Family Coupon Night Smmrlttt l."MOta tntrMM rn4e. "Could be,*' mused the cowboy Tissue. 4 i 29; Fig I Bars
in Central Floruit. DtlipAtI then added quickly, "and I .
I tanur *or gtttt
fimdy GOOD TNNU .aT.M..N .1sTAT
JOu would
i. BULLET" . by ln ;i.? tAt.. .K tWt Irmly either.bet nobody" recognize you ANY WINN DIXIE
: ALIBIS MURPHY ,.it-. Jift".g f'HWt. The sailer and his girl had '
: 7:00-10:55 {f it rn.=.A..t..r e+e.sM .e.,. been having a disagreement; she
was crying and he was tryingto
!.EXPERIMENT IN TERROR' <.Ban { : comfort her. On closer inspection
< GLENN fORDS nnwa. he was heard to say, "Hon- L-EXViiibJ;
1:50 Only .Ia. .,!..>..I.... est, honey you goota believe me 51 Ern.f. rah sta.pt fi Extra Top rai.e! sue:
1 ; -i:I I ain't got a sweetheart in WITH THIS COUPC
every port. How could I? I ain't Two tKss. IwOin+ IAN-11DI [ DIXIANA
OMK FAMILY' fits TusColgate
been in every port!" Bru.i Oysters Blzckeyo leas
-" Customer: "What's the purposeof
a cocktail called 'The Ark" eOOD TMltU atpTa..n'IY sees TMltU.ortr.a an GOOD TMNU..7T.YUN SIP?
can't say Noah." i I 51 3 SZ S1 :i- Ii


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$ Hie Klssirmteelazttte, Klsslmmee, Fla,,. Uiun* Sept If, 1963 -

Fresh Styling Is New, pproach


styling, engineering refinement speed manual or the three-speed self features a chrome-plated air Y
and quality-first manufacturing automatic transmission are placed cleaner oil breather and ventilator

techniques distInguisthe in the console which also houses covers. Y ;' .#
standard-size low-price Dodgefor a storage compartment. A con "This is an exceptionally fine 1'i--

1964. sole-mounted, transistorized, electrical engine, especially for cross-coun

The '64 Dodge with a fine-up tachometer is optional. try driving in turnpikes and freeways ,
of 22 models was introduced this Dual tail lights are featured in ," Nichols said.
week. Along with the compact the 330 and 440 series. The Po The 1964 Dodge .also offers a "'

Dart and medium-price Dodge lara models have triple lights, choice of three transmissions:: a

880. the new standard-size cars with the back-up lights in the three-speed manual, a four-speed
center. manual and the three-speed Tbr-
will go on sale at Dodge dealer-
ships across the country Friday. Fourteen different exterior colors queFlite automatic transmissiob-
Commenting on the new mod- and 16 subtle two-tone combinations The four-speed is a new transmission

NEW DODGE-New styling engineering refinement and top quality manufacturing els, Dodge dealer Carl W. Riedel are offered. built by Chrysler Corpor

techniques distinguish! the standard size, low price Dodge for 1964. Buyers havea said: Interiors are luxurious in appointment ation. This sturdy unit has a 3g-
and practical in instrumentation inch distance between main and U sLI-
Reidel Motorsin "The five-year 50,000-mile war- -
choice of 22 models. The attractive new Dodges go on display at 3
ranty on our engines and power and control New I counter shafts to accommodate. a
Kissimmee on September 20. train is modem evidence of the vinyls and fine fabrics are com,higher input of engine torque and

dependability that has been a bined to provide both beauty and provide it with the ultimate in

I Dodge tradition for 50 years. durability. The instrument panelsare durability. All forward gears are

Chicken BarbecueSet Restaurant Schools i' "The Golden Anniversary Dodgeis two-tone, with a suede anti- fully synchronized.Other .
Are ScheduledHow an attractive car that has be .n reflection paint on top and -a glossy chassis innovations include -

thoughtfully engineered and carefully paint below.Improved : larger batteries, a new de- PRESENTED AWARDS-Jim Barker left and Bob tby.

to prepare tender tasty built It is a better new car ductwork and control sign for the automatic choke, more right received awards last week for beneficial uggetion8
For SaturdayKissimmee's meat dishes will be featuredat now-and it will be a better used systems allow a better distribution -splash shields for better protec-
made the Post Office for the carrier de-
restaurant schools held in car in the years ahead. of either hot or cold air in tion against corrosion, better wir- Department
key locations throughout Flor- "The anniversary line is an ex- the passenger compartment. The ing insulation, improved partment. F. S. (Beany) Ledbetter center, the peAtmMter

Episcopaliansagain are Parish House. Reservations can ida September 30-October 4. citing one, and our company en- instruments are all large, easy- crankcase ventilation, a c1osed-l made the presentation for the department. (Photo by Eby)
barbecuing chickens Saturday -}, be made up to 5 p.m. Saturday, The demonstrations will be ters 1964 on the crest of the best to-read gauges Armrests are big- flow oil filter for automatic
in a unique fund-raising and deliveries will be made at conducted by Dr. Robert L. sales year it has ever had." ger and softer. missions and many other clutch,

effort begun over 10 years ago 5:30: 6, 6:30 and 7 p.m. to your Reddish, associate meats spe- The styling of the '64 Dodgeis All 1964 Dodge models except transmission and axle refine- Corn Price Decline Not
which includes such cialist with the Florida Agri-
unusual fea- home. Simply specify the number new, clean. and uncluttered.The built ments.
tures as free home delivery! you want, and they will be cultural Extension Service. lines are graceful but force- station wagons are The over-all on a The Dodge for '64 also featuresa I

JL25 (75c for children) buys delivered and collected for at In addition to cooking, Dr. ful. The front' is keynoted by a 119-inch wbeelbase. variety and driverconvenienceitems. Attributed To CCC
length of sedan, hardtop and con Group
over a pound chicken (a full time of delivery. For reserva- Reddish will give an illustrated I massive wrap-around bumper anda A new door latch has near-
vertible models has been increased -
half) plus such trimmings as tions, call 847-2009 or 8472801. talk on various phases of ly twice the strength of earlier
baked beans, cole slaw, and I Chicken will also be sold in meats including buying identification convex, bright-aluminum. grilleof almost two inches. Headroom I safety mechanisms. An electric The recent decline in prices under the special sales policy authorized

rolls. Beverage will also be provided bulk, starting at 3 p.m., at either tenderizing, best thin, vertical bars.A ;has also been increased in both. windshield washer, operated bya paid Florida farmers for com in January 196S were
windshield bet-
to those eating at the Par'I'I the Parish House or the ways of preparing economical t new provides hard- the front and the rear. And there'' pushbutton in the wiper control cannot be attributed to sales of made prior to June 1 and the
Ish House on North ' Chuckwagon, 75c per half or cuts and the nutritional valueof I ter visability and two-door I is a higher level of comfort on !knob, provides immediate and effective Commodity Credit Corporation earlier sales could not have affected
I "semifastback"
at the JayCee Chuckwagon which four halves for $2.50. As an add-I meats. top models feature a -,all models. I cleaning under severe owned corn, according to O. P. the present price since
will be parked at Broadway and ed feature hot roast beef sandwiches -t The first school will be held roofline. Larger front door Buyers of the 1964 Dodge havea conditions.A McArthur, State Executive Direc- such sales were made at not
Dakin downtown all day Satur- will be sold from the in Jacksonville, at the 4-H openings make it easier for pas- choice of six engines. The six- driving lower brake facilitates tor, Agricultural Stabilization and less than $1.47 a bushel.

day. Chuckwagon during the day on Club Park, 1st and McDuff, sengers to get in and out. cylinder powerplant has a displacement -faster transfer from pedal the accelerator Conservation Service, USDA. : The only sales made by CCC
N. Styling at the rear accents the of 225 cubic inches anda Many Florida farmers who )
Saturday, from 10 to 3. on September 30. James I in Florida at tees than current
The free delivery feature was Barbecue is benefit the Faith Watson Duval County agrIcultural I width and stability of the car. A higher compression ratio (8.4 to the brake allows for the right-more are now harvesting and selling'support prices were the 36S carloads
footed braker a
instituted by the Episcopaliansfor and Works Fund of St. John's agent will be in two-inch wider rear-wheel track to 1), which improves fuel econ- for the their corn crop have complained i i sold to ranchers and dairymen -
comfortable foot
those who didn't care to Church. Chairmen are J. C. charge of the proceedings. i I-the distance between wheels- omy. position his left that buyers have continually lowered earlier this year following
dress up to come eat at the Bordelon and Bob Cody. Sue B. Young Brevard gives the Dodge a stronger, more Like the six-cylinder engine, the driver who brakes with I the price being paid during the emergency caused by the

--- County. home demonstrationagent I. powerful appearance.The standard 318-cubic-inch V-8 operates foot. I recent weeks. The reason being I freeze last December.
I 22 models In the standardsize Also available on the new models given, fay the buyers that the
will act as chairman of efficiently: oa TCgo&x gradesof : I A)) rt that grain was required
I the second restaurant schoolat Dodge line are in three series:I gasoline. Both of these engines is a remote-control, outside reduction was necessary in orderto to have been: fed by May 30
Patrol To Crack Cocoa on the 1st of Octo the low-price 330, the middle-line have proved their ability to provide rear-view mirror that can be ad- compete with the price of according) to McArthur.
ber at the Brevard County 440 and the deluxe Polara. top mileage by amassing a justed by a lever on the inside government-owned corn being I
Agricultural Center Auditors The 1964 model line-up includesa series of victories in the annual of, the driver's door. The mirroris made available for sales by Com-

Down On MotoristsFlorida um, 1125 W. King Street. wide variety of sedans, hard- Mobil Economy Run. located on the door to provide modity Credit Corporation. PassingUP I

The Home Demonstration tops, station wagons and conver- Optional engines are: a 383- a; maximum rear-view image. McArthur stated this week that Tax Refund
Patrol Auditorium Fair Grounds, tibles. Polara 500 sports packagesare cubic-inch with two-barrel carbu- Passing performance is im- no sales of Commodity Credit I
Highway Comdr.highway death toll is in excess of proved by a carburetor development Corporation owned have Farmers in Osceola '
will corn
H. N. 'Kirkman said yesterdaythat West Bay Drive Largo, available on the Polara two- retion; a 383 V-8 with four-barrel ) are
the'a comparable period of 1962. be the scene of the third door hardtop and convertible.The carburetion a 426-inch V-8 witha that makes possible- more been made during the past three not taking full advantage of the
beginning September 15 ;
school October 2. H. J. before the transmisssionshifts months in Florida, nor are state refund .
Field Inspector H. Lee Sim- on sports packages feature four-barrel carburetor and the power any gasoline tax available
patrol will initiate ;
known program mons, who will be in charge of Brinkley, Pinellas county bucket seats a center console and tionally known Ramcharger 426 into passing gear. sales being considered at this for fuel used in farming.
in as 'Operation Trackdown'l the "Operation 'fracxdown program agent, will be in charge of and luxurious all-vinyl interiors. with dual four-barrel carburetors.The Another safety feature is the time. County AI!. Jim Smith said
an effort to curb Florida's
the school. optional instrument panel pad, "We regret that buyers are 25 farmers hold
indicated that extensive use Selector leaves for either the four- of the six en- now gasoline -
rising death toll on the hignways. of hignway patrol, planes, radar Mamie C. Bassettt Hills -- ----- gines ranges horsepower from 145 to 425. which extends across the full using this excuse to lower prices I tax refund permits. Of these.

In announcing the program and speed timing aevices will borough County home demonstration Buyers of cars with the 426 engine width of the panel Seat belt in- for corn produced by eligible only) eight have applied for a refund -
Comdr. Kirkman said: "Duringthe continue and plans are being maue 1 agent, will host the Animal Research with the four-barrel carburetor -stallation is neater and does not farmers from the 1963-crop is I he added.
fourth school to be held at obstruct the floor Seatbelts $1.39 a bushel, of which 18 centsis ,
first eight months of this year to include extensive use 01 plain LAB CompletedAnimal get an engine-chassis pack- space. In 1960 the average payment
the. Home Demonstration Auditorium which meet the high stand- paid in cash and the balance Osceola>
the Florida Highway Patrol ar patrol cars manned by uniformed Models equipped with this to the eight farmers hi
rested over 106,000 traffic violatorsand men in areas whicn nave developed Courthouse, Tampa. research will take a age. ards of the Society of Automotive of $1.21 advanced when" the corn County was approximately $660.
All of the schools will be in powerplant have 11-inch heavy is placed under loan, he said.
issued over 200,000 written a nigh accident frequency. step forward this month with Engineers and Underwriters This to only 32 per cent of those
session from 2 to 5 p.m. duty brakes, heavier suspensionand Laboratories at cost The last sales of CCC corn
warnings for traffic offenses and the completion of an $80,000 are supplied holding permits that applied for
equipment violations. "Although we have increasedour The restaurant schools are" lectron microscope laboratoryon a sway bar. The engine it- on all_Dodge cars. against Feed Grain Certificates refund,_ he said.
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the University of Florida '
"Our .enforcement effort thi dally during the past year, it is Extension Service campus. rrS' ANNIVERSARy"i J ;::1. ., ;, .
year is running better than 13 pei our: intention to saturate .eery'ln cooperation With the Na Dedication ceremonies will DODCE'S50th :

cent: over the comparable penoc I section of Honda witn an even tional Livestock and Meat be held at 3:30: p.m. on Sep
of 1962 and yet accidents in oui greater intensified drive against Board. The schools and dem- tember 27 for the laboratory .
rural areas nave increased by traffic violators,' Simmons declared. onstrMtans are free and .open which will be vital componentof

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Dr. G. T. Edds, head of
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reports the units
will consist of six laboratoriesand

offices including a photo-
graphic unit.
"The laboratory will be
YOUR used,," Dr. Simpson said "to <
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tissues and organisms in r .
the effort to combat disease." L 'F

Major study will be devotedto _
the heart and blood vessels. _

The electron microscope, a boy it's D-day.
GOLDEN OPPORTUNITYCOME sensitive photograhlc Instrument .

is capable of magnify. w
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microscopic objects.
"Although the laboratorywill
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the animal sciences, many of
the findings could relate directly .

IN AND. SEE THE '- to humas," Dr. Simpson
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DEPENDABLES ,,;- "-. The laboratory will be of
special value In the research
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diseases, equine piroplasmosisin
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WEST PALM BEACHSchedules federal waterway between Fort] Grant, FCD operations director.
of minimum hours of operation Myers and Stuart which are operated Grant predicted that the lockson

for nine boat locks, rang- by the Army Corps oi the northwest shore win not
ing from eight to 14 hours per Engineers, explained Ed Dail, be operated until next year, unless -
{ rf day have been adopted by the Executive Director of the Dis a greater amount of rain
) Governing Board of the Central trict. fall than is expected raises the
) s and Southern Florida Flood Control Riley S. Miles of Kissimmee, lake level to the 14% mark this

; District. Chairman of the FCD Board, year which is unlikely, he add I
t x Meeting at dewiston Friday, stressed that the schedules en ed. Hours win be the same as :

M pT the FCD Board approved the dorsed Friday are minimum for Locks 61. 65, &: 65E. I
schedules for seven locks under hours and can easily be extendedat Marvin Arrants and Leland

construction on the 97-mfle-long any time by the FCD if boat Pearce of Okeecbobee City, and I''

Kissimmee Waterway north ofLake traffic warrants. Pat Reese, attorney for Pearce ; R-

Okeecbobee and two locks Miles pointed out that the FCD who operates the subdivision, of I ? M :
recently completed on the north- locks will be operated many Buckhead Ridge near Okeecho-

west shore of the Lake. hours longer than the locks on >ee, asked for longer hours of

All the new locks will be oper- the Okeechobee Waterway where operation HUNTS STILL CHAMPS-Hunt Bros. softball team heldon
ated by the Flood Control District daily hours from 8 a.m.
in contrast to locks on the 5 are tq R. R. (Jack) Homer of Palm to their title of champions as they defeated the Florida

cLi. p.m.The FCD is recommending the Beach. Vice Chairman of the Crackers state girls champions in a Bill Oiler Benefit
FCD Board, also protested that last week. Hunts took the 6 4. Earl
Real'EstateTransactions new minimum hourly schedulesto the hours were not long enough, game game by to
the Army Corps of Engineersfor but Chairman Miles stressed that Moody is at bat while Trish Pierce catches. Umpire fo Art

the Kissimmee Waterway the minimum hours can easily be Dyer. (Photo by Eby)
Kenneth J Griggs a to locks north of the Lake as fol-
i. and changed and that it is necessaryto
Troy Crose and wife. .
_ $9.800.. : adopt some minimum schedule
Maggie S. Painter to Wilbur H. Lock 61 (between Lakes Cypress the first of the
immediately as Wool Incentive Price Is
t. SWIMMING POOL AT RENEE MANOR APARTMENTS Workmen are com Painter stamps.Harry and .wife. Maltland. minimum and Tohopekaliga); Lock 65 nine locks-number 61, otherwise I:

pleting the sodding of the pool area at Renee Manor Apartments which have beencompleted' Tzeses and wife to Richard (at south" end of Lake Kissim called the Southport Lock, at the
Homer and wife. Winter Haven, ) and Lock 65E (the lock
and are open for public inspection at Renee Terrace. The developer, Odell minimum stamps. mee south end of Lake Tohopekaliga I' Announced For This YearA
nearest Lake Okeechobee on the
Pearl V. Johnson to James A.
Bronson'said yesterday that each unit is completely furnished, with two bedrooms, Johnson and wife. Kissimmee. love River): from 7 ajn. to 6 -will be in operation next month.
and affection. pan. Miles announced that a public shorn wool incentive price of view that this would keep the
living room, dinette, tile bath and spacious storage area. (Photo by'Eby) Edith C. Beck to Michigan Conference weekdays; from 5:30 a.m. to 7:30 dedication of Southport Lock 62 cents per pound has been an- I! program on a sound financial
.. ._.. L. Association of Seventh Day
Saturdays and Suundays
p.m. be held at U !
Adventists. Lansing. Mich., mini- number 61 will nounced for the 1964 marketing basis.
mum stamps.Robert tween March 1 & Oct. 31; from ajn., October 23 to be followedby year Eatl Partin, Chairman, Ag- Payments for producers for the
S. Hensel and wife to
Intercession City News Wesley F. Pratt and wife. St. 5:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Saturdaysand a barbecue given by the Kis ricultural Stabilization and Conservation 1964 marketing year will follow
I", Cloud. $600.Anton Sundays from November 1 Commerce.
Williamson and wife to February 28. simmee Chamber of County Committee said the same methods employed for
Paul W. Day and wife St. Cloud. through Formal opening of the Southport this week. The price of pulled. the current 1968 marketing year,
Turners Return From Vacation 2500. Locks 65B, 65C and 65D, on Lock will coincide with the an-
I McCaughan Mortgage Co. Inc. to the Kissimmee River northwestof wool will continue to be supported and will be made beginning in
Federal Housing Commission Ml. nual Kissimmee. Boat-a-cade.. at a level comparable to the April 1965. Shorn wool paymentswill
By MRS. D. J. OWLETTThe Mr. and Mrs Louis McCon- Okeechobee City: from 8 a.m. -
Word has been received of Emma D.. incentive price for shorn wool. be equal to a percentage of
Rowe to Emma D to 5 weekdays from 5.30 In other ousiness fnday, the
opening of school has nell of Elmira New York vis- p.m. ;
the passing of a former resi- Rowe and Alma Randall. St. Cloud, each producer's cash returns
brought a number of families ited at the home of her grand- dent, Mrs. Luther Murdock. love and affection. am. to 7:30 or 6:30: p.m. on FCD Board unanimously endorsed For 1964, the marketing year from sales The will
back for father Owlett Emma D. Rowe and Alma Ran- weekends, the schedule varying the bond issue for public recreation will percentage
the school D. J after be- be the calendar ,
year. Mrs. Mabel Grice called on dall to George C. Randall Pulaskl. year as an- be that required to raise the national -
Mrs. Baynum, wife of the ing on vacation in California. Mrs. David Sanders on Sunday N. Y. love and affection. seasonally as above. wihcn will be presentedto nounced last October. The 1963 received
Reverend J. C. Baynum Mr. and Mrs. Carl Howard J. Hinkle and wife to Lock 65A, on the Kissimmee voters on the November 5 is average price by
Josephsen the
pas. afternoon. Mrs. Sanders'friends Melvin D. Scnramlng and wife. marketing year 9-month all producers for shorn wool up
tor of the Morrison Memorial former residents, report are glad that she Is Corry Pa.. $1,250 River, near the OsceolaOkeechobee referendum.No period, April 1 through Decem- to the announced incentive price.
Church, is a surgical patientin that Carl's brother, the Rev- home from the hospital. John William M. Lamb and wife to County line, between 8 a.m. new taxes will be requiredto ber 31, 1963.
B. Farmer
wife, Kissim-
an Orlando Hospital Re- erend Roy Josephsen, and The town Is saddened to mee. $4,300Agnes and 5 p.m daily year-round. It finance the bond issue for Support for pulled wool is provided
ports are that she is. havinga family have arrived safely hear of the death of Mr. Robert P. Schwarz to Julius Sle- is anticipated that this lock will public recreation, Ed Dail, FCD The Chairman said that the in- by means of payments on
good recovery. from Viet Nam. Little Timmyhas V Hampp, a former proprietor bert John and Willard wife. Kissimmee.Prather and 11000.wife. be the least used of any on the Executive Director, pointed out. centive price for shorn wool con lambs that have never been
Martha Lou told Chairman Miles and Vice tinues the level in effect since shorn. The payments will be at
.; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Turner had a good recovery from of the General Store. Mitchell and husband Kissimmee Waterway, Dail Riley
Melvin Arthur Prather and wife Chairman Jack Homer both the beginning of the In a rate hundredweight of live
the Board. urged program
\ have returned from vacationing typhoid fever. Father and Just a few day ago he was Rosa Lee Prather, Sally Nadine
) In West Virgina and Penn Mother Josephsen met Roy calling on friends in town. Fish and husband. Frank Robert The two new locks in the Her voters to support the recreation 1955. Continuation of the 62-cent animals marketed to compensate
Prather and wife to James F. bond issue the level for wool in 1964 for the wool on them on a basic
sylvania.Mrs. and family In New York City. Brady and wife 8000. bert Hoover Dike giving boats at polls, as was recommended
Caroline Hagerty has The Reverend Lowell Cly- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Newtonare Orin Smith and wife to Frank C. access from Glades County into it will make possible acquisition by most of the pro comparable to the national average

been a, patient in a Kissimmee burn and wife, with Mr. Cly- back to spend the Winterin Geshel Harry and Tzeses wife.and Kissimmee.wife to Vincent$8.000. Lake Okeechobee, will only be of vast acreage needed by Florida ducer representatives whose rec- incentive payment per poundof
hospital. burn's sister Phyllis Clyburn their trailer home on Char- Marinaro. Newark. N. J., $600. operational at times when the I for boating, fishing, camp- ommendations were sought by shorn wool.Payments .
The pastor and wife of the Wyant, and baby daughterwere ity Street. Tzeses.:Eden on St. The Cloud Lakes minimum Inc. to stamps.Harry level of water in the Lake standsat I ing, picnicking, nature study, etc. letter and public press, the De now being made under .
Christian and Missionary Alliance calling on old acquaintances Mr. John Van Winkle Is seriously Leo W. Spring to Anna R. Cud 14% feet (above mean sea -before land prices rise out of partment of Agriculture has stated the national wool programare

Church, Mr. and Mrs. In town recently. Mr. ill in a Kissimmee ikunst.Jessie St.Reed Cloud as executrix minimum to stamps Flor- level) or more, according to Zeb I sight. Many of them expressed the for the 1962 marketing year.

Hunter Thompson, are on Vacation Clyburn Is pastoring a Nazarene hospital.Mr. ence Salley, St. Cloud. 4500. I
for two weeks. Church in Jacksonville, and Mrs. Eddie Mangy to Frank Frances R. C.Hollingworth Usher and and Fred wife R.
Recent callers at the ,homeof North Carolina after having helm entertained friends Sat- Usher Jr.. Kissimmee. 10000.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Owlett completed seminary traininglast urday evening. Veria Nicholas M Ramey Denyer, St. and Cloud.wife to
were Mr. and Mrs. George year. Mrs. Homer Teat has received Mary Roberts and Dorothy M. CONGRATULATIONS TO
Frost of DeLand. They also Friends of the Reverend and word of serious injury by and Barnard wife.to St.Clarence Cloud. W 6000.Rigerman

called on Mr.. Bailey who resides -Mrs. Harry Frederick are hap- car, to a niece in Covington, Homer S. Savage and wife to
at the Coyner Rest py to learn they are preparing Kentuck. $6.000.Walter William McNew. St. Cloud

Home. to return to IntercessionCity Mrs. Carrie Phillips is stilla R&I Co. to Marshall W Crouse ..

Mr. William Childs of Kls for the Winter months.Mr. patient in an Orlando hos- and Walter wife. M.Kissimmee.Hendrix $300.and wife to !

simmee Highlands is supplying Frederick Is still on a pital, although some improved. A. J. Ayers and wife Kenansvllle "

the pulpit of the Christian crutch after a serious Injury : $800.H. O Partln and Sons Inc. to
and Missionary Alliance of last November.The Joseph P. Hurley, bishop of the .
Church during the absence of Reverend C. P. Prid- diocese of St. Augustine. 20000. ," : :
Jess W Partrey and wife to Er- -
the pastor. gen filled the pulpit of the The Board of US Qvil Service nest George Phillips and ,wife'
Mr. .and Mrs. Charles Vink Morrison Memorial ,Church Examiners' ,, Oriantfcf AFBAnnounces PlealIht'Vatley; N.*YV S1O.600.* r' tt r --
Dorothy Keller to Rosa Lee Pra-
have returned from visiting last Sunday during the absence that competitive examination ther. St. Cloud. 3500.
relatives In Western Pennsyl of the pastor. Rev. J. I is now open for Grocery ,hv.rler- Maklnson and wife to
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8 Tte Klslmmee mxette, Kta ilfinee. FUu, Ttan Sept. If, f : Immediately leUowlnr t8e. tlxac CUb the following described real present any claims which you. or Toastmaster .
_he'proposals, reqetv I property*, r either of you. may have against 1 28 Called For ==--
boowill pubBdy opeo4 and Lot 1.K1SS1MMEE: HIGHLANDS. the estate of Edgar L. Graver' deceased
his office In the Courthouse In Klsstmmee bf FIRST ADDITION late of OsceOla County. Florida
read. to I Dies
Florida. the recorded to the County Judge of said Speaker
The Cbooty reserves the right to plat thereof as In
NOTICES Immediately following the time PUt I I county at his office in the Court-
shown any and all bids and to 1. pace 369. Public Jury Duty Monday-
above the proposals received waive formalities. Records of Osceola County Flo, house at Klsslmmee. Florida WithIn .
bedpublicly opened and (SEAL) rida. six calendar months from the
read The BOARD Of COUNTY COM together with all structures Improvements date of the first publication of this Phillip J. HaDer 65. Lake
NOTICE TO BIDDERS County reserves the right to MISSIONERS OF OSCEOLA fixtures appliances. notice. Each claim or demand must
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN taU reject any and all bids and to COUNTY FLORIDABy and on said land or be In writing and must state the :Wales realtor died Wednesday
Interested bidders that the waive(SEAL)formalities. HARRIS G DANIEL used tames therewith. I place of residence of the claimant I night as he finished making a Twenty- ight persons have erson. Willie B. MtQtaftBh Jr.
and must be sworn to by the
Board This is made
of County Commlcsloners of Daniel pursuant to
Osceola County Florida will receive BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Harris Chairman final decree of foreclosure entered I claimant his agent or attorney or speech at the organizational been called for jury duty in circuit Son L. Bass, Re ed M. RHgely
sealed bids until 10:00 A.M.. COUNTY. FLORIDA OF OSCEOLA Sept. 19. 26. 1963 In Chancery action No. 6525 now the same will become void according meeting of the Osceola County court Sept. 23. They will Jr., John M. JOMS frd John W.
October dewatering 7, 1963.pump for to a new be used six-Inch by By HARRIS G. DANIEL I for pending Osceola in the County.Circuit Florida.Court of and Dated to law.this 12th day of Septem- Tbastmaster's dub. He was one listen to civil suits. Hill F r lids M. III it n. B. C.
the Osceola County Road Depart- ChairmanSept.. 26 1963 IN THE ORCUrr COURT OF beDated this llth day of Septem ber. 1963. of three out of town speakerswho Those called according to DroIi er. and ReMIt L. God
ceola ment. County Delivery Barn to be at made Klislmmee to Os > i THE NINTH.JUDI OF AND FOR CIRCUIT. .GLENN.. RAY EDWARD Administrator C. CTA of the had come to help the club's Glenn Ray circuit court clerk win, an of St. Oie& James T.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS Clerk of the Circuit Court Estate of organization. were: Joiner
Park. Florida. All bids shall set NOTICE OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA Davenport.
date.forth the approximate delivery all Interested IS HEREBY bidden GIVEN that the to cHANcERY ENO. 6525 By Is/ Marjo e R. Haye Murray Edgar W. Overstreet.L. Grover Jr.deceased. Haller's speech was on "What Edwin J. Ladue Thomas J.
Specifications may be obtained Board of County Commissioners of AND AMERICAN LOAN ASSOCIATION SAVINGS OF (CIRCUIT, COURT SEAL) Attorney for Administrator erA Did You Do Today?" Upon com Lee John E. Moore Frank A.
from Glenn Ray, Clerk of the Osceola sealed County.bids Florida until 10:30 will A.M-receive -ORLANDO Sept. 19. 1963 P. O. Box 492 pletion he took his seat startedto Bronson William Leo Scfaumak- CHURCH WOMEN
Board of County Commissioners, at October 7. 1963. for a new model P1a1nt1U. Klsslmmee.. 19 26. Oct. 3. 10. 1963 light a cigar and collapsed. er. A. L. Bodif ord. Louis Tarcai The Kissiramee ,Ooundl of
wheel rubber-tired drive)front to be end used loader by the(4 WILLIAM R. GREEN et UX and IN THE COUNTY. JUDGESCOURT. Jr., Frank J. Kelley, John D. Church Woman wfll meet Wed-
I SHRIMP Osceola County Road Department. etaJ,. OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA Labert N. Bishop a to Davis Theodore E. Bowen. Homer nesday October tai at 10 a m.
Delivery to be made to Osceola Defendants. IN RE ESTATE OF and Kls RUMMAGE SALE
NOTICE OF SAUE: EDGAR L .CROVER. Deceased. Robert'M. Jurgens D. Fidler James E. Wilson.Raymond at the First Picsbytetfan Church.
County Barn at Klulmmee Park .
In A Basket Florida. All bids shall set forth NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN NOTICE TO CREDITORS slmmee,2.r00 The United Presbyterian Women Lee Bowen James
Stewart as trustee.
the approximate delivery date. that oo the 2 day of-October. 1963. TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. to'Douglas Jesse L..B.Marsh and wife. Miami. will hold a rummage sale Saturday Newton Poole Ralph Allemeir, All members are urged to attend -
the Main door of .
at 12-OO noon at DISTRIBUTEES.
F FREEKITEDRIVEIN: Specifications may be obtained 2000. starting at 7:30 at the to help fornwfete plans for
from Glenn Ray Clerk of the the Court House of Osceola County SONS HAVING CLAIMS a.m. Robert Herbert Carter Johnny
Board of County Commissioners at at Klssimraee. Florida the undersigned MANDS AGAINST SAID DATE:: : len Jesse C. L.Bennett Marsh and and wife.wife to Miami.Hol- Educational Building of the First Bronson Jr., all of Kissimmee. Florida Chain of MI& Ions to be
his office In Kls- Clerk will offer for sale YOU AND EACH OF YOU are'
the Courthouse in held in
simmee. Florida. ,to the -and best bidder for hereby notified and required to 1800. Presbyterian Church. Clifford M. Perry Roy B. And February.


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to now . see the complete assortment
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203 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE -' 6pr 6.30
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lo Ifi wonln . .. 7.5rKarli -. In. SUIT TO Tin AIJ1KRT:STATE OF FLO 'clock In the forenoon and 2-Onj Murray W. (h etztrt'el. Jr. This the Zlvl day of August
!1 CORDNKR.. 'clock In the afternoon on said day Mtorney for KxecutrlxO. : 1!W3_
FOR RENT REALTORAMAFOR a wldiiwer. !:2!<)H N. 2nd .
Street Blsitkirrk. at I the front door of the Court
: additional word.... .*>rllaMtifird N. Dakota ATIKCAIL 1 . Box 492. KUslmmec. Fla a/ PHILLIP R. KRLLBY.
MAIRIK. lloust" In Osreola Omnly. Florida Sept 12. 19. 26. Oct 3. I'J&l Executor of the" llasta4e .f
( : I Display W XRDNKR TYLER and J. I will offer for wile and sell to the - - UNlMi St. OMr. dHHuod.
TYLKR. her husband. Star h Ijrhosl Mdder for rash In hand.
(lord. inch. .... ....$1.10 Route No 2. Hlver IN THE CIRCUIT COURT PnHHp R. Kelley
) |MT Road. Ul* the above le!rrH ed .')-perty. .* Altoence
J9. nmrrk. N. Dakota
; MADKLINK: he nf said defendants to
I pro|>crty P. O Ilex 3$1fO
Deadline for all (:'lattMifird; KLIXAItKTII: SHIK1J CORIORAT1ON. )
* $11. $12 per week.<< Mrs. Paul SALE: and JAMKS U CORDNKR CIIILDS. CHIMJS s ilKfv said execution a Florida wporatlon.. >)> vlrnnM*?. Florida

Advertising 5 I.M. Tncwday D IV)3) 111 Emmett Street. hand 710 2nd Street. N W.her. Man-hnir- Sheriff ROHKRT of M.Osceola nUCKKLS County Plaintiff. ) i Aug.! 39. Sept 5. 12. 19. 1963

,prior lo |liralioii. I KOIl KENT 3BRHOME s's'isnnla'r dan Hurtles N. Dakota claiming; and Interests any and all Florida WILLIAM R. -v GREEN.- and )>)> Mr. and Mrs Jamc* MeLrod
Furnished clmvn-j by. K. C. LnnKford Jr.. DS. mNST AN('.: M. CREEN. )
through under or against the Sept. 5. 12. 19. 26. 1963 and family qienl 'List weekend in
CI.A.SSIFIKI; .. ; ) I IAUV.UTISIN :.sl.iirsipnrlnirnl.' ; Uri.soa-iblr above named known parties; anti his wife )

.: I I (; IIATKSI'liom n-nl, :301 S. l pillingtvim.; Tfx tjn' any claiming and all right parties title having or IN TIlE COUNTY .Junct h ._. ____.__Defendant._ __ __ __ ._h_. h. )) llartow; visiting fnemlsSTOVB .
.. any or Interest
2TCI S. Clyde Avr. or. fall S173013 Il.r. In and In the following described COURT IN ANI KOROSCTXJUA NnT" O. NIIKRIKr-S SALE .

after 5 F lands loraled In ($rsala County. : OUNTY. NOTICK: IS IIKKKRY. : C.IVKN I tmuoeuttots
1117-211111 p.m.KOU A
L JS .'..rhln. lit-wK STAT01' KUHtlDA hat I. Robert M. Kuokels. Sheriff
tails Kloven: (11) and Twelve I N RK:: KSTATE OK 01 ()sce rda C""unt y. .'orlda.lnd..... USED
T. IMnco! Your Ail I JU.NTmllm.: .. ni -elyfiimislHiI (12) of Block Three' Hundred WILLIAM ADAM MARTIN. and by virtue of the Judgment II

dClWn.<:I:1 in; n |It It r Imenl. I- Sixteen 4-116) of the Town of St. DeceasedNOTICK' md execution heretofore taunt swtof I FURNITURE
Cl ud. FI..rh1a. an..rdlnK lo UM"l'lnl TO fRKIHTORM the above entitled court. In the
Qif|>nrf. Very dosinthle of the Town of St. Cloud. TO A L I. CRKIHTORS. I"AT"Jos. : a bove slyleil cause wherein saW SeweH.Thurmond

ARTICLESFOR for ;i ivliml eimpli or working Low Down Payment '86" Month Florldn. as filed And recorded In .' DISTRHJUTKK. AND AM.KltSONS p 1 laintiff recovered Judgment: 1013 Ins
et cbludt
the tifflee of the Clerk of the LAVING: CLAIMS OR ralnM said defendant In the luz.
people, Ohio AKir1itMftls.| 108 Includes, taxes and interest. CIreult Court of Osreola County. KMANDS AGAINST SAID ES'ATK regale sum of $572.36. plus Inlert -

SALE N. Vernon $1.| Phone<< K1T-3GGU.! "Florida nn the nKl day of Au- :: e and costs, have levied upon the'ollowlnt
gust. A.D. 1!)()-). In Plat Book YOU ANI KACll OK YOU nreeriMiy ; di-scrlbed personal prop. .w rt Fr All Occasions
"f' XI notified and required Ui rely. to-ull ::
on pages and Hi.
Kim IlKNT -- Furnished three Weil equipped kitchen, terrazzo floors, patio, NOTICE is HKRF.nv: tiVKN: .n-xenl any claims which yini. orliber One l!r 7 Fool C'ounlry Squire

IIAKCAIN WARN Ixxliiinm house.kisi. in. PhoneM73212. painted and clean, corner lot. that Plaintiffs have Inxllluted suit IIN' estate of you...\Vllllam may have Adam attains Mar- Title No No.D7UYIZCZ1'TTJCI07ID : ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST
against; you In the aliove .
r styled
m1m. .. Ir; :Zipper* 3.; T..th l our' lo quiet the title of PlnlntlfN fln doceasetl. late of Heaver"ounty. 19('... Florida Licence 6W-2710!
fir. ih< 7r Ear: ....
; If' Rh.e17e ( .
; Slate nr Pennsylvania. nit the of
In and lo the. above describedmiwrly. I properly the aboxe nam
; >U -k 1I.m.... 7e: .FOR l with UKfount Judge of Osccoln d.ff'ndtnl'nn.1 I
Shlr $1 .... RENT Kilehenelfes: and you are hereby sum y I'od hal on the 7thay
SI t
; ; llre.aq C ounly. nl Klsxlmmee. Klorlda. of ( MOMWAT M74SULKA&V
named ordered and required to I IW3. between the -
".M: KMK 3&r .. rooms iral I trailer
lUBfcl ; .NyU Ste: ; apartmentswild lie your written answer or deonsen > within sis calendar. months from i legal hiHirx of "sale namclv. 11 :On'clock
firs rBllr Ice; H.lt. lake and sJiiifflrUvml. Hy lo the Ownplalnt filed In IM' dalt of Ihe first publication of In the forenoon and 2:Oil'clock
l&ft /.ps !&< ; Mprr ad. 92.8;. his notice Kjtch: claim or demand ri In the
the nome styled eause In the of- !. on said I
1Ulr Nrt 4r; T-ShlrU 3V: work, month or yrnr. CipilolMolel. lee of the Clerk of the Circuit must !H.. In wrlllnK and must stale sl ny at ,tIC' front door of the Courtlouse

Nearly KveryhMljr: .Tr.de mt The SI. Omul. IJwy. 411. Court for the Ninth Judlelal Carroll be. place of n: lclf't1C"t" of thelalmant In Ostrrdabunny" Klorlda.will BARBKRTNCi
lUrjoln ,
4' me t* filbert of Fls rtda. In and for O.w cola and IN. swurn to by I offer for sailsunit sell' to I I...,, Y..r t.t.r. I. a
Mliu Wsrek..M I in laremp.rt. v ("ounly. nt his offlee In the Courthouse .'Inlnuuil. his aKvnt;; or attorney. lhehl.tt..1 bidder fnr eah In w.ll-pa.I,,<< pr.f...!...
fmmrdUleljKolUw IIAKttAIN IIAIIN.Open the IIIIp8. II For rent Furnished five room FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS In KKxtmmee. Florida, on )ir UH surewill become void uc- hand the al >ve ilcscrllied. l'n'lI j I Day A Night CU"**.

Week !!. Ixwx('. Close in. R17-3783 or nr before Ihe .TOlh day of Scpleni- cording In law rty of sold defendants lo artllsfyalit I V.A. tpre..d:
A d .
) .da,
!. I M7-1277. her. A_D. I96.nnd to serve n This !th day of AuKust. 1UC3. execution Orlando Barber College

copy thereof nn Plaintiffs' attorey. sMary OINTK Martin ROUKRT: M. IIUCKRU 3W S. Or." I"...... Tr.
INC. whoso name and address Is Mary Oln-rif Marlinn.Jllnn' Sheriff of OMvoln COunty I C.A 6-a11
FOR SALE 1351! Dx1g1' pickup( FOR IU'NTTrlilf'rI"uf':; for Sf'1 out Itrtow.. Should you fall to .\ Kxecutrls ofrblali' Florida
tin so. Decree Pro ,Omfevso will of William Adam Hv William It. Huntcc. D3 I .
Jim 1rPlymfHllh! oI"f1m renl Private properly. Pem 2 hf' entered against you Martin clcreascd. Sept 5. 12. 1I.! '.!Go IXB! ,
5100 JM7-20R7. ful :ind (|plirl l. Older (peojde I prf'rl'l"l. Broadway Kissimmee my hand n* Clerk of Phillip; R. Kcllcy Call.
: 847-3156 847 3157 unit the seal of said Court nt KlaImnioe. Phillip R. Kcllcy IN TIIK: CYIMIT OF TIIK COUNTY .
FOR SAT.E- "I Oscei la County Florida 1'.0. lfa>\ :Lll. Klxslmmce.. Fla. JtnM:':. OSCKOLA COUNTY.
Forrl. fi 1 Parks Furniture Co.
cylinder his: SGI Ih day of August. A.D. Attorney for KxcculrlxAllK'ixt : : FlJRIDA.NfTI'E.
sliek-' ; Very Ni<-e. $!Y.15.; HENT Thn-e room npnrtment 1163.) ll. 2l.! Sept 5. 12. )'J.l TO CRKDITORN
(';111 R17-2KTI. on Likt'fnml. Furnished CT (T. SEAL: ) IN RK. "'11.: KSTATK OF ) rN "...., RN.u .1 Tone
FOR RENT;: : Small aKirmcni.| /. FOR SALE: Three bedroom 1 II, I.NN RAY LILLIAN ST. njVIR. I
Wilh earporl. fly month or season Clerk Circuit Court I N CIRCUIT 11)111tT1)1t TIIK a/k/ LILLIK :ST. ClwMR ) IIFKIOIRATOKM74171
ROAT FOR SALE. If' flbrenffslw Call M7-3NT.fi<< after :5 P.M. room Phone R-17-21! Close in. house in Mora Park. Lot' 150 x (SN>min County. Florida NINTH JUDICIAL\ ) CIRCUIT Ol and a/k/n MRS. C. K.: ST. 1 Phone

gllce. >rr. 'lype. 110 )::mm."'. :no. Air (o (lilinr1t'cI. PrUfd losell. Murrnv W. Overslrect. Jr. KI.ORIDA. IN AND FOR OSCKII :- CLAIR. Decenscd.To ) ;
wide A llorney" for Plaintiffs / .\ COUNTY IN CIIANCKRY: . _m__ ... . .._.._) I
tttr'p" Rife: Side ctiHalns. hnekdn ,FOR RENT: Two room New nverfille FOR RI.NT-6: hnor 'unrmTiishc'tl 1 or 84742GG.ATTI \lsslinmee. Fla. Mower. Plaintiff. \!C KU isn.l'I1. .. and nil Persons having
(p. and
lop( air-mndilioned. Moort liousc 8 Brick Slreel Gill 847- August 29. Sopl 5. 12. 19. 19KI A. RA.SCIIK:. nn unmarried man ..ilm.s or IVnuimU aKalnst I said) I Christian Science
new battery. :Xi liP eleelricslahln field RuildinK oppmilo PiislOffi .'I al. Defendants. SUIT TO O.UIKTI'lTLK . "; talc:
Evinnide 3702 after G p.m. -: TION HANPYMANour :. NrrICml'r.: TillCTATK -: 'You and each of you are hereby Society
anti 1 IN Till
<< 'trailer. and : OF. FIXIRIDA TO RU- notified and required In
'painting minorvork nair. NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. : presentany 1M. \\t..d.11..1 Ruck
R17-13fi1: after 5 (p.m. or Sat ROILS.'. fro Emmell.: FURNISHED: dowaslairs can hc'l down l ) IN AND KOROSCK01WV It()LI'II A. 1tA.)('11":. n widower.JI2 claims which you. or either of "...h M ....
nparlmenl. your I IY' you. have
urday.ICEROSENE. : COUNTY. KIXHUDA ionm.iry; Ave. Clncliuuhlo. may against the estateof 3W >. IIJtnri.lpnItmttJ
asoiuihle n nl. nOI S. mutt 3 iK"( lniom. 2 hath lu.nie.KLssimmei NO. Gt VI7XINA1JJ 1> and OSCAR W KUIIN amiIJMIA IJIIl.tn SI. (lair. drrrnvixl. lair' Urvktl . . . IIt .
FOR RENT: Four furni 'heel nr Osccola (: ass
> 1; KUIIN. his wife. Ueiir Wanly Florida to the
FUE1. OIL PHILITEAT. I Milled. I Dillinxham. Impure 203 S. I Ili IilaivLs. (.dl ci>l- LEE RORICtv.. ) .l I Silvery.. Cincinnati. Ohio. If Counlv Judge of said County at I ..4_y Sell... . . . "SO ....
dikingfaeililics. Plaintiff.JANKT
WE GIVE TV STAMPS. : | Clyde' Ave. or call M7-30I3: "Iccl.1 Cherry 1- ..151 Orlando vs. > l l\lng. and If dead, their unknown lls office In the Court House at I
.First l'1xr. SepanileenlniiKns. : : { .heirs nl law. 1 IcjtBltfs. deviser and Klvslmmoc. Klorld.i. within llhinH.nlh
OSCEOLA: Evenings and wl'C.kc'nel 2111.SO ANN RORTCK.
after 5
P.M. -
OIL CO. 1110 '
Adiill -no animals. Defendant ) ,;:r.inlco and uny and all ;N'rsssnslining from the dale of the firstpubilrallrrn

NORTH MAIN ST. &CT-3ML or Cypress, 3-10S2; (h lando.i'.eha _._ m_ _ __ _.... __) or claiming any right tllle of this Notice Each
CI71Palriek. uu GREEN'S
or ilemnnd must he.In FUEL
.. NOTICE OP :SPIT sir InH-n-st In and to the lands: writ
TO. MltS. JANK/r ANN ROIIICK IrscrllH-d. iik follows located In Oxti l ln.* and must stale the place ofresidence
large clM. >iciIKJIW sites. .
With ptlii-lvi.se. 1If HI Iff' i.tisliilrent .. .FOR RENT: WANTED 1017. llave! A|>nrlitM-nt No. 1 l.i Omnly. Florida tiwll : of Iholnlmanl and must Sales
Furnished.and Service
: OIlagr' hailer or business lots near IMntll 1.X MlrlU,-nn Luis Thirteen (13) and Fourteen lie sworn In bv Ihr claimant his

Electric: (luix't Sluim- apartment Twin beds. (own. $10 down $8 month. YOU ARK HKIIKIIY.: : NrriKIKD.. (I ID of Section Four (4). nucnl. or attorney". or tho jaime will
hi Township Twenty-five (2)Slinth iKromoold
nccordlnK to Inw
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IIOIMT for only $1 |IM'r iby. Car (purl. For adults.' :.TJO Kleclric and good \val<*r. Visit 15.en n filed Contplnlnl aKnlnsl for you lirerha'. and I lUngc;; Thlrly-one (.It). pilot 147- 172 47m7l
Parks FumiliHi Cnml\II1Y.: I ltighey. POnr>l.K: CJ.IPPINGOunpleolt' 'Tn ieal P.uk Ire required' lo sene n eopy of .::...1. ucoordlng lo I IIH' New Plat
) on Route II in KISSIMMIIFor
.r Narcoos-soo. (Heroin!
KHNtininK. Tw "XIM'l'ic'nf'4..1 y our Answer: or plendlnK lo Ihe SAND
openilois. North Sl.itr of Florida. filed. In Iheoffice ROCK
Ktsximmi-e. Welme. 1'otnplnlnl on Ihe Plaintiffs allori n.s I
Phone X t7- ffi 817- of the clerk of the ClnnillCourt : Phone
or <-\. IhAIt/!; :.: CIJMMIAM.. ro MORTAR MIX Gatt Dtbvery
:rU770, 8 lo 12 North Court' StreH. Posl Offlm'JUKI. of Osceola, County Flo Harold W'9a1 847-2058
a.m. noon ap-
'flRAiATICSewing FOR SAMIn: OKIUW Gardens IGn ( Orlamio. Florida andfile ridaNOTICK. STEEl.. & WIRE MESH I R. A. rl.tch.r 847-4339
inlment.| Custom Ihe orlKln.il Answer IS I1KRKUY: : GIVINIha'
)uill. 'two Jwdroom. or 11.'nclInJ Knnrtt Iled'M
{ In I HMoffke of the Clerk ofhe Plalnllff lists Instituted Kulligalnsl
two hash home L:Itgc Circuit Court lx'fi : you In Ihe Jil.>\e! klyle' l li 892-7695 [St. Cloud]
WOMEN WHO CAN im or >n> th'
Machines, Like New, Makes Button- DRIVE lo Florid i ." )). eenlral.. heal 'twoyears Wilt day of (k'1nIN.r. I'.HVl: If you ('. irl to quiet the lllle itf Plain- for Gas Service: Phone
call if tilaily each month on fall lo do drrree Iff In and to Ihe aisst o devcrllivdwotHTly.
Holes Sews air n pro ronfesMulll : 1 J. B. Rounk.. 847-4W2
on Buttons, Monograms, Embroiders f'SIlhli..lu'tl| Sludio Girl Cc n1C'Ii. Ii I- old. Corner I ol. Must hesoon In litkeii' aKalnxl you for I tin' and yore are hereby sum r Robert Allan
iiorMil, oriliTi- unit tn
etc . All without attachments . i ics clients in and around Kis- In appn-eialo: 1731: Janel( relief dem.indrd:" ill KIsNlmiiNf.In Ihe (" 'nllll.laini.HAT" Osetiil.. file your written answer required or do- Q Emory ftromon 847-4370

New Over 300.00, Balance now due only simm.e making HX\ssiry doliveries '. SI. 172"225.I..k.rmnt '...inly. Klorliln, this f.lli day olSi rinses lo llw ( lalnt riled 'n Leo Cirowrd 847.2061
plcmlier.. liMTt.CI.KNN the alMi\e styltil. causi In the sillier R, H. HoII892. 2n. Si. Cloud
'89.86 or pay '8.26. ,monthly. Liberal Trade- etc. 3 101 hours per : RAY. i lOr. Ibe Clerk or Iho Circuit Court I or ::oH H. T. Sermons, .
home for M9r.f
iij.on your o"iU" machinery. 'Call (I..f Route will jviy up( lo $T>JX) Sale or Clerk. of the ('...lIlt (Court fur Ihe Ninth Judicial Osccola Circuit lawn u' KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX' 1 8474819S
now/for: FREE Tru1r.Ne'tr Martin: Plant. 1year Osreoln, C'otmly. Klorldn Klorld.i. In nnd fur .
HOME TRIAL\: ;%. 21 led' }K ur. Wrilt' .tilUnl(1 (:IItL Hv /Marjorie U. llayeIX l)'. at his ufflco In the CourtIMNIVIn
.fAlER12419587Orlando. .... .- -, (.Yjihll-TICS: Urpt..i.CI 'lrJC! ). ) (. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths| || |Hitv ('IcrkI KIsslmiiM-v. .'.....kIA. on or IMri '. f .. C T"ce3219rN's
rf Collect. cat peled. Plionc clays &17- UG. ("IIU"t Ill' COURT SKAI.) re Ihe Illh. day rtolM.-r.
I TIIK: CHSCIIIT COURT naiiN and adios. U art nut Iw-
OSCKOI.A: <<''U''NT1.01t!IlA low Should yoss fall lo dir NO. Dvrne -
REAL LOST AND IIAIU.I-X I1. UOSS.: lleei-hiT of) Pro Cunfevxi will Inenleroi, SALES SHVICE r;
ESTATEFOR ., INSIMiKM: MOICTCIACHAND TI- against "'uu.'ITN.s..: .<; my (ham and -
FOUND TI.K: CXUIP. ) as Clerk'or said Court and UM
Plnlnllff.v ) .;0."., of said inert nl Klsslmnu-e. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
,, iKieol.County.. Florida. this Glhday
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.-.6 ____ l.'hXIICCK: l_ SUU.IVAN AND of Si'ptMJilH-r. A.)). I'.lKIT T V town HOMI FUINKMNCJ
SA 1.1.: u ,-I' SKA1.I
LAST small blur
jewelry box Defendant ) ../ (;LKNN KAY FURNITURE CO.
2 iN-droom' new innsonry |IOIIH'. ''C) : iniuK ji'weli-y. Sulislanlialnwiid . ........ _----_ -> Clerk Circuit lasurtharola
f f r, 1 large nwims IhruuJhunlh..ill-in 'to finder No queslioasasked. NOTIPK OV SIIKKIKI CALM' ( t'...."'I)'. Florida
r kililu-n i I (Ijirpr lot iunl oiUHidfrilv NOTICK: IS IIKKKUY.: : (;IVKNlh.il "Murray W. Oterstrovl. Jr.
Mrs Peggy Rnidbury, I. HolxTl M liua-krls. Sherlfof ; AHorne for Plalnlllf
l .
;, ; it! ro limilH $H.r>
Your gas water heater pnvniiiilSALE. ("nil 14"7--1147';. red bvlrliie (if MMJudgement am{ Florida
.,... tit'pl. 12. 19. 2U. Oct. 3. 1963
is a lasting )Investincnt e\erntl lierelf Kxue mil tiC NORRIS CLEANERS
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s" *' Ihe !iU \'" nlllled einirl. In Ih r
. up to 10- 4 ."On : 1hsts LEGAL NOTICES :IMC 5l\li, rill....... herein ",,1ft IN Tilt COUNTY JUIKHrSKIjOKIDA
0 : 1 s. (NOTJ.iNJ -
e year warranty. Nothing plaintiff rerun'ered, JudKHKiil t .,),mT. US"UJ.A 111uN'rY.
In the horn* w'rv HM )) wood' floors. Can I IM.MM'ii Itli{. TIIK ('1111RT1F TIIK .' ng01n.1 unlit dertiid.mK In Ihe 1)ggrsyalr i KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
"1'1"' :':. osrKni.A COI'NTV.FIXtltlltA of H.7II.77. In NO.
A > in.tnv niul rusts so in )inlop:lw. Call Oilantk sum $ plus ---
little! h'n.,>' and eoKts. hn\e 1..1 i'III't IN UK: KSTATK. : OF 103 East Dakin_ Phone 847-4941
8 Greens Tuel 2777W11UK! 277-C372. NOTII'K: IK I NT.: N T ION TOMAKK tin- fallowing dexrrlbed owl esl.ile. IOIIKKT. W ..m.... IXTIM
ilk Ccv a I ( r healers AI'ri.U'ATION Full TINAInisCIIAKCK. lying and IM-IHK In Oxnitla County, NOTH: OK INTENTION: TOMAKK
k' Itiv* >ou In>:t.int hot 1. "KI.M-l.ln. lo-wlt: AFriJfATION KOK
i' waler . all you\ ''. IN UK: TIIK: KSTATK: : OKIIKItMAN An undUlded .N....li.lf latrren t FINAL IIINUIAKCKfO
I wan t . 1t I .
when I r 1'
you r IN TUOHATKTO : IteulnKflTt frt Knsl of thNorlhwesl KUNNOTICK
' want it . with Al.l. WHOM IT MAY Corner of llx- NJo:'. : IS 1I.n"IIWV: : N
I* r r a I rr -oininy I'C)Nc'..:nN' of the N\\'. of Section G. Town lluil Ix>tlle. P_ Ford has Hied. ItcrHunt ROTHROCK SEPTIC
N<.O. U ha-r-hy Klxcn that 1 I 2B South, JS Kisl, ...
of iiMTatiiiu.| Krilnt| T ship llnnne r l rt n% Kxectitrlx: of thersl.ile
., ID I] 'our aid hifilial mv fln.nl rr|* rl nC Art nun Smith !1-IG Uri lo Ihe Norl!o of !RoU-rl \\ .Ford deci.isiil. -
. ) water hc-ater '' inliilslnilor of tlt> .:'..Inll' of I IKK: line of the Right of Wny of At ; (lust stie' has flied |M>llllon
with a modern, auliiin r MAN ('Aljl. WI('K. ilwt-nMHl: 1h.i ..nillrConst LIneI t.11 r"lIIl. rutINnre 1 fi.r flnnl) discharge: and that she TANK CO.
Q -i t i t Green's Fuel I lii\r rtlol |M-llll"n for anal (IKrl In n Northeasterly dlrec- will apply| | l to the UoiM>rable O. P.
--- Gas water heater* ".iri::: -. unit Hint I will apply In.h. lion alum tne North line of ants I Johnson. County Judge of Osccol.i
.- Honorable O I I'. JohnsonI'ounlV Itallnvid right ,f way lo lh' County. .Florida on llw Nth day
Judge of IHw,l.i Connly North line of said. Serfbm, G. run of OciolMT.. 11(::1. for approval 'ifsame
Flurlda. ..n HIP :till h dnv of styInnNrr t- Ihenrt* We a nl nnt lite North and for final discharge axKxeeulrlx CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS.
GREENS FU I'KTl. for np;.nn'nl lOr urn M line of said Sf..tlun G lit the lain of Iho relate of HolxrlXV
1 n ul for anal llvrlwirK n5 ArtmlnKlrtlor of ei:1nnlnK. iinlalnln 11nerev. .2 Ford ihccaxcd.TliK SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE FOR EVERY NEED.
11 t e of the Fatale of 1I.Itr.tANI'AIU. : more ur less.as Tilh day of September 11! .1.
W1C".... clN'rn'ill1f1.! Ihe properly of Hie nhove namtil urrriK. : I'. FORDt4 CEMENT WORK 230 GALLON GREASE TRAPS
THE R Thte nisi! day of Aiimi: l. Alt l IJGI! defendants, and thai on Ihe '7.h > I'. Foil KMTulrU:
GAS P. tf /WIU.IAM; WICK.Adndnlslrntnr day of October. IN.l.! between lhhour ... of the Estate of Robert W
of theKslittr 1I'ltni of sale, namely 11 :Of t Kurd, dertrastd.September .
of llrrninn CnrlWlrk. 15 YEARS EXPERIENCEK.
PARKS I>T'. u.rrtrilAfKKIl .

Alli rn .y< .for Florida AdmlnUlrntitr 13, 1963. C. ROTHROCK, Owner and Operator

*'S('(' Us For Your Sos Appliances" 's-- St-pt 5. 12. K). :2C..! l!(;1 LOCATED AT KISSIMMEE

847-4171 ; IN TIIK CIRCUIT CXHIItT Oh O. BOX 532
892.2011 PHONE

.- i''c t r :' : STATK: OH F'IA/It111A.. IN
IH>N. IVfr-mlAAl. NtrrifK TO I))>
Of 'JoNH. The Slate fir >* For Any : MX osnONn Wll Board of Adjustment will meet at SALESAny
n. I. OrcKonta.
I IHilo. Y.MI are rwrrby notified that 4:00 P.M. Tuesday, September 24, 1963, Dimension-Any Amount-Comp.tlrlv.ly
These ServicesNew n mill In niulty for dltrxre| hasLen Priced.

1 brought nKnlnU yowl by JUAN City Commission Room, City Hall to hear Truck Bodl -Boot TraU -Horse Trailers
IAN; INN In She limit diurtIhr or rf
Nlnlh JiMllrlal Clrrull In and the following: and Utility Trailers.
Houses for (Hinly or Heroin, Slate or BUILT AND REPAIRED.

Florida and y.m are ItorHtv sum
S I nNWw.1. onlerrd and rrqiilrrd to Complete M bitt Welding Shop AB Work 6worout.tJ.
CommercialStnlchtres tilt' . 1 -Request of Charles W. Hawk
ytmr tit fimiplalnt wrlllrn A 5W.flied, ,or horc-dofmvrx Jr., 421 Old Orlando Highway Near Livestock Market.

:In- against. y.u In he above cnllllI Palmway for sideyard variance to con- ROUTE 1, BOX 258-A KISSIMMEE
_u... In the offlrc of the dork
Remodeling I-.J the. ('mll( f'-Mirt In and for struct a patio-carport on the following

(Hm>ta t'"unl)'. Htorldn. al Ala ot- described LOU YOUNG WELDINGPHONE
ftrr In the i'uurt House In Klsslnv property.lots ,
Additions mix*. Klorlrto. tee cir before the "KHh
8 and 9 Black 19
Poinsettia Park 8473898OSCEOLA
lay t f Soplcmhor. A.I>. I06X: and ,

I AluminumSiding. !' ilofon i.. 5ci-ye
rr. IMalnllffs' allnrnoyx hereinvttMBtc .
BURIED IN RED TAPE <- addresac Ix Ifaix 527. KUclm"HT. -

KlitrldA. sun or bef>rr Halt Request of First Methodist Church Kis- TIREsERdicE
Yov'v* hod on accident end now haw a claim against on as required by law. If you ,

Intwranc company. SvdoWnly you find your MIf bwn.d In reel AkHiMKM fall frwl In will dn be t... entered A I Verve against ITo Cain- simmee to use the building located at:

tap with many litt; rrvption that talc Hm. trouble and *....rgy.lut Awnings ror the relief demanded In you the .m
Own plaint.>>
IaJ Custom
then you may not KQT. carried yow IntMronc* with a WITNh my band a* jerk of SW corner of Church and Sproule [now used for Recapping W
local independent agent wKot duty it !. *o reCe you Storefront said irrult \nirt or (Mn..... Coun-

of rhe. ,*.pGft.ib1IiI..e.. ty. VTorUla. and the seal of xah Sunday school classrooms] as a single family residence 223 S. BERMUDA
Marcptee al KIsMlmntoo. (hs rs4a (%>.un PHONE

PHONE S474121LUPFER'S l/5nrtcl"-August. A.O.. >n 106A.CLENN the. 27th day 01 [non-conforming use] in B-1 [central retail 847-2207

Estimates Iii RAY business] zone.
Oork of the nrcult. C'wirt

SEEK. (SEALhwcpla wnly. Florida BE WISE

TlIA"KF.R Attornoy for AND Plaintiff TIIACKER This will be a public hearing and any ECONOMIZEEXTRA

C. M..re'Jr. $--O.Al3nx 527. Klmlmmee. Fla. interested property owner will be heard
Insurance 2). ScpC 5. ll 19. 1983 QUALITY BLOCKS AT NO EXTRA COST.
Agency regarding these applications.
-1963 BUILDING KIXmiDA. IN AND FOR OSdOIA / City of Kissimmee
11 Stewart St. JOSEPH A. CORONER et 'al Charles Jackson ,
12 Bre dw.y-Nut T. DM lark-547.4121 Plaintiffs. v. ALBERT D. CORD-
: 847-2278 NCR. a widower et al. Defendant City Manager NEPTUNE ROAD KIMtMMKn.

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2 #. Johnston Cow Is Rated

Tested 'Dam By Jersey CC

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1 P r.t I A registered Jersey cow owned The Tested DIm rating aids

by John J. Johnston HI Mark Jersey owners .In the selection of

Farm, Route 1, Kissimmee, has superior tiuultoc stock. The
rtr been rated a Tested Dam by The three tested piugmy required to
I American Jersey Cattle Club. qualify a cow at Tested Dam
The distinction was awarded may either bt three tested

Masterpiece's Pride Star for daughters or three tested sons
having three offspring with official or any combfaNttM. thereof totaling -

r L Lt The production cow's progeny records.averaged three.

; 9,971 Ibs. milk and 505 pounds The GforioMi Circle of the
butter fat on twice-daily-mffidng, Kiwimmee GwnfcB Club will

c 1t1L_ SOSday mature equivalent basis. meet Friday ......IUWI. Sept.
) The records were made under 20th. 2-30: p.ns. at the home of

UI7Ir F tJ : >> one of the programs of official Mrs. C. E. Phu It. Vemon Ave.

testing of The American Jersey Mr. Bob iftnlgr will present
: ztw \ I' Cattle Club, which has its na I the topic, "Anmralt." Mrs. Bert
tt tional headquarters located in i Smith assist Mrs. Platt as

v- F ?j : \" '. 1 I Columbus.: Ohio. I'o-hostess.

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ASSEMBLY LINE-Workers at Osceola Fruit Distributors package grapefruit as

the company starts a new season of shipping fresh fruit. Some of the first grape-

OFFICIALS-Lester Ivey, left, president, and his son, Jerry, general man- fruit was designated to markets as far apart as Los Angeles and Germany. (Photo :. .

ager and vice president of Osceola Fruit Distributors, look at,the first shipment of by Eby.) %

grapefruit being processed at their plant on Main Street. Over 2,500 boxes, mostly T r'I

from the Ivey groves, have been shipped to date. (Photo by Eby)


FeedMil1 Was Undamaged a


Fire Osceola Fruit a a
Despite 4 a 1 ,

Back In Business Full SwingDespite Ij I

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a devastating fire on set that was caused by the blaze. encounter heat in the Gila Des- ,
June 15 that gutted the chilled Ivey said the rebuilding in- ert of 140-degree enroute to Los
juice and canning plant at Os- clubes a lot of work and is a Angeles but that the fruit in the V
ceola Fruit Distributors, the big job requiring a great amountof refrigerated truck would be heldat
company today is back in opera- electrical installation. He said 40degrees.The .
tion with its fresh fruit division the firm is very appreciative of fire June 15 is the second _

going full blast and workmenare the cooperation it has received time in the past decade that Os .
busy readying the damaged from the community as a whole ceola Fruit has suffered a serious \ \ !
division for operation in 30 days. following the fire, and was par- setback due to blazes of an !
Jerry Ivey, vice-president and ticularly grateful for the help unkown origin but each time the htt
general manager of the company received from Kissimmee.Fred company has been rebuilt to an ,
one of the largest indus- Patterson, sales managerfor even greater capacity In thr
tries in Osceola County, said this the fresh fruit division of county's economical structure. Ar K Y'J y
week the company is presently Osceola Fruit Distributors, said .
engaged in shipping fresh fruit 2,500 boxes of grape fruit has
full force. been shipped already under the
'We hope to have our chilled Cape Canaveral brand. He said Flu Shots.

Juice and single strength canning there are oranges in the house ti
operation back into operation and shipment on these should Are UrgedBy t
within 30 days or by October start within a few days. \
IS," Ivey said. "We are extremely proud of The SBHJACKSONVILLE WORKMEN REPAIR DAMAGE-Workmen are working fulltime to restore the { 1 -

He pointed out that the com- !. the quality of the grapefruit," 'building at Osceola Fruit Distributors which was. badly damaged by fire June 15. ti r

pany's feed mill was undamaged Patterson said, pointing out that Don't delay Production of chilled juice and single strength juice is expected to get underway in s:

by the fire, the cause of most of the fresh fruit being another day getting your flu the rebuilt plant by October 15. (Photo by Eby) .
which has never been determined processed is from the Ivey A
shot says the State Board of
nor has the damage been
Health. The onset of cooler Y
He also indicated that of
one .
weather is the time of danger.It
the trucks loaded at the platform -. takes a month for a shot to County Agent Reports '. -,
Complete was scheduled to be delivered -
become effective.
to Safeway Stores in Los ., .
There is no guarantee that a ... . ... *.* .
GROVE. Angeles, California and the otherwould f+ r *> r : % :"jl"
shot win keep you,from getting
be taken toa Florida port flu but it is the poly medical -
way >
State Meet Draws InterestsThe it'z
SERVICEG.M. for shipment to Germany. science knows of helping
The truck driver said he would
protect you. Inoculation after exposure -

is useless.
There are no specific treat- week of September 16th, Pasture fertilization for grass oenefits from the fertilizer ap
Lunch Program ments for flu. You just have to Extension Service Personnel from production should be drawing to plied. This situation does not M ; ;I.v .

suffer itand hope it doesn't Osceola County will attend the hold true for pastures mixed ,
Getting BirdThe I turn into pneumonia. The best annual Extension Agents Confer- a close soon. Research reports with clover. Clover pastures -
treatment is bed rest, good food, ence in Gainesville. Both the that pastures fertilized should be fertilized between October -

.. plenty of liquids and aspirin or County Agent and Home Demon much after the middle of Sept- 15 and November 15 with f
U. S. Department of Agri- nose drops to relieve discomfort. stration Agent will be in attend- ember do not have sufficient some anaylsis similar to an r 's: sr s rSS
culture has purchased nearly 9-1 Antibiotics help only if complica- ance. growing time to obtain maximum 01020.A j
million pounds of fresh frozen tions set it. practice that has become ; wr
HUGHEYGROVE I ready-to-cook U. S. Grade A turkeys The sources of infection, says quite popular in this area is mix-

SERVICE & ': for distribution to schools Dr. Clarence M. Sharp, assist- Scale Farms On ing Rye grass seeds with Clover
'I' with lunch programs. I ant state health officer and director Large fertilizer and seeding this temporary
MANAGEMENTSp C Nearly 2 million pounds of.the of the board's Bureau of Pre- crop at the same time as

turkeys were purchased from! ventable Diseases, are dis- Man fertilizer is applied. Where this
Boom A Hand
Spraying southeastern processors with 1.1 charges from the mouth and nose Upswing, Ag SaysThis practice is done, fertilizer should ; r

Fertilizing A Dusting million pounds bought in Ken- of infected persons. contain some nitrogen or an an-

Mechanical Hoeing, Bank- tucky. About 550,000 pounds were Avoid persons who _spit any alysis of 4-10-20( or similar mixture i I

Ing & CultivatingFor purchased in North Carolina and where except into a disposable Large scale farming has grownin Economics University of Florida, substituted for the regular
the rest of the 2 million pounds mentioned earl
tissue or container he said. Clover fertilizer
Personalized Service leaps and bounds in the Sun- "For a certain amount of investment -
847.3592 was bought in South Carolina "Avoid coughers and sneezers.Don't shine State due mostly to advanced a large farm in the 1940's ier.Milk
Virginia, and Georgia. use towels, drinking glasses has received considerable
technology up-to-date machinery would yield $2 while today with
Donegan Ave., Klssimmee il USDA's Agricultural Marketing eating utensils or toilet and agricultural research, according -approximately the same amountof attention in newspapers recently. 1f
Service the administering infected Before one criticizes our industry -
agency articles of persons.
to Dr. E. W. Cake economist labor, capital, and management -
the and distribu- should obtain all the
purchase they
"Last year there were 12,358 with the Florida Agricultural it would yield $2.25. On f
tion programs-says the turkeysare reported cases in Florida -And Extension Service. the other hand this same amountof facts available. Milk is a product
being bought to help remove that the farmer cannot store
probably more that weren't re-
FIRSTNATIONAL "Large scale" farms as definedby investment on a small farm
excess supplies from the market. 88 deaths in fresh form readily, making
ported. There were
the Census Bureau are those would yield $1 in 1940 and only
Last year the Agricultural Marketing last In 1961 there were 50 marketing much more difficult t
year. I "
than thousand
selling more $100 25 cents today.
Service :G other less
bought nearly Soar than perishable pro
deaths among 4,176 cases. worth of farm products per I scale" farmsin
year. Of the 1462 "large
million pounds at a commoditycost this there have been ducts. I
of about $14 million. year Florida has more of these large ;Florida, 463 are citrus groves; Feeds used in producing milk
against someU.OOO
BANK over 7,000 cases scale farms than any .other state. 234: are dairy farms; 154 are vegetable considerably higher this t
last are
the similar time
The purchase program is financed to
except California and Texas. ButFlorida's farms and 81 are livestock than in the due largely (
through funds provided year. "large scale" farms: ranches. The other 230 "large year .r r n rM.rrwrwrrrr.rrrarOST ++++ f
to the of Citrus pulp fI
under Section 32 of Public Law "Get your flu shot; get plentyof shortage I
have more than the average in:= scale" farms are divided into nu-
after the freeze. Milking is a
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA 320. Distribution will be made to rest and good food to buildup
vestment in land and buildings as merous types such as nurseries,
twice day week
schools for lunches for about your resistance. This _is a seven days a
17.5 million school children. The especially important among old- do those in California and Texas.I flower[ farms poultry farms, horse proposition. Taking all of these
The sales farm for' farms[ and large cash grain
9.1 million pounds purchased to er persons. Approximately three- average per into consideration, the Dairy
deaths those in Florida are also considerably -farms. Farmer has to be skilled In
date represent about 1.6 servingsof quarters of all flu occur !
Serving the turkey per child. among persons under five andover larger than those in California Total amount of land area of many fields and should not be
65. Immunization is especially and Texas. each of the 1,162 large scale criticized until all the facts are
Farming Interestsof The Agricultural Marketing important for persons in There are 19,914 commercial arms in Florida is approximately known. We all complain about

Osceola Countyfor date Service for says the frozen that prices turkeys paid to these age groups and persons farms in Florida accounting for 5 million acres, with the average the cost, of food, but when you
rang- sales of than $700 farm 4,280 The to consider the
who h a v e chronic disabling slightly more size being acres. stop percentageof
ed from 31.48 to 33.74 cents
Over 35 Year a diseases. million. Of these farms, U62 sell average value of the land and the dollar available, food is
pound, depending upon the geographic more than $tOO thousand worth of buildings per farm is $1,782450. our cheapest item in the family
Is for
location of the processors. "While it Important
farm products. In fact, these 1- The average sales of farm products budget.
In the Southeast prices every person possible to be with fan 162 farms sold more than $331 per large scale farm is Some fruit has started to moveto TO KIAXJ/!<<< *n*,'' c::*.; ';': ', ""'. .r" '- ?..rI,
ranged from 32.95 to 33.74 cents. munized. persons dealing
Highest prices paid in the South-, the public and who associate million worth of products in 1259. about $328 thousand. market this year. Quality is IJ I
means that 6 percent ox the good and it looks like fruit will
with the have
east were in Virginia and the generally public a
Carolinas and the lowest prices special need for immunization.There commercial farms sell more than be maturing the past early.In two. A new '64 Chevrolet is a lot more trade than your .
the years many
were paid in Kentucky. Total offerings are a variety of viruses 55 percent of products.
MtMSSt IBSUl DEPOSIT from 53 processing firms but the influenza vaccine you "Most small! farmers are losing Beta Epsilons people have become interestedin Ii money bought the lest time. Bodies cabs engine.
msuuNa cotfounoN peach production in Florida.
amounted to 38.5 million pounds. get from your family physicianis money in an age of advanced
- the best protection for the technology." Cake points out. "In HeldMeetingThe This is an enterprise that one I frames, suspensions have been improved to
should obtain
an information
more common viruses. Viruses order for the small farmer to available before planting. Many give you more value for practically the same
!gtt Y seem to be undergoing changesyear make the same money he made 20 Beta Epsilon chapter of
problems are easier to avoid
by year and one strain may years ago he must greatly in- Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met than to correct A recent bul-, investment. Let us bring one over: to show yon ;
be completely replaced by an- crease the size of his farming Wednesday at the home cf Mrs
letin out the Extension
put by
why Chevrolet's the truck to put your money on. ,
other in 10 or 15 years. Therefore operation.. Eugene Nalley.
you should be immunizec Quoting Dr. H. C Hamilton Production '
Mrs. Richard Luzadder and
t each year." head, Department of Agricultural Mrs. John Spencer made a re- the County Agents Office.St. .

e port on plans for the Sweetheart Augustine grass fertilized ELI .
Ban which will take place with high organic fertilizers are I .

i I RANCH AND GROVE February 14th. not as susceptible to Chinch Bug, I
Headquarters For damage as those fertilized with I QUAUTY TRUCJS COST LEW
The "Introduc-
program on chemical forms of fertilizer. This
PIHUNA CHOWS Blum WIlE FENCE FfNCE WIlE tions and Invitations" was given ,

MIII CATTLE SPRAYS FARM t GARDEN SUPPLIES SPREADER SERVICE by Mrs.-John Spencer and Mrs. does are not used mean no that other where control organics is- 1

WILKINSON RAZOft BLADES Jimmy Dyer.Refreshments. necessary. Frequent inspection 1: Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about*"y typ*tftrftk I I
EARL MURPHY were served by for this pest is still advised and II'' .. .___
TARCAI Mrs. Nalley and Mrs. Bill Mak-
1 treatment as outlined in a bulletin :
OWNfRL In son to Mmes. Walter Bass Robert Owners 1
entitled, un 0 m e :
.- FEED & FARM SUPPLY Quinn Jennings Overstreet, Lawn Insect Control Guide",: STARLING CHEVROLET/INC. 1
,L PHONE 847-3S21 J JPost John Spencer, Ralph r Mmll"", should be followed. : 1

1 1017 H'afi' Mob, Ids pfeem 847-3561 Richard Luzadder. Clyde Bass These bulletins and many others -' 10 KISSIMMftE
Office fox 143 Ktssin+m.s, Ffa. Reid McWhirterr Jimmy Dyer, are avaflabled at your County MONUMENT AVE. (
r Charles MDcell; and Bill Hasty. Agent's Office. 8472283FIRM I

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10'$e 81ae ee rireul5e, Blslttrtti3ee ,, $ b, ltl .Tf

Tested 'Dam By Jersey CCA

registered Jersey cow own I The Tested >&IBI rating aids
; ed by John J. Johnston, Hi Mark I Jersey owners to fee selection of

r'r' $ Farm, Route 1, Kissimmee, has superior lunBBg r stock The

been rated a Tested Dam by The three tested p.o<.tny required to

American Jersey Cattle Club. qualify a cow at a Tested Dam
The distinction was awarded may either b* three tested

Masterpiece's Pride Star for daughters or tice tested sons.

having three offspring with official or any oombfatfrtiM thereof total

production records. ing three.
,1 [ < The cow's progeny averaged

i ,971) lbs. milk and 505 pounds The Gtorioe Circle of the

butter fat on twice-dafly-miBdng. Kissimmee Criers Club will
305-day mature equivalent basis. meet Friday a1is,nooa. Sept
The records were made underone 30th. 2:30 p.m at the home of

. of the programs of official Mrs C. E Ptott. Vernon Ave.
testing: of The American Jersey Mr. Bob Beftttfty will present

g5' " s I4 \ L' Cattle dub, which has its national j I I the topic ..A......" Mrs. Bert
: <'. iiii & r headquarters located in' Smith will assist Mrs. Platt as
"" ., Columbus. Ohio 'xvhostessfOVT .

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LINE-Workers at Osceola Fruit Distributors package grapefruit as

the company starts a new season of shipping fresh fruit. Some of the first grape-

FIRM OFFICIALS-Lester hey, left, president and his son, Jerry general manager fruit was designated to markets as far apart as Los Angeles and Germany. (Photo

and vice president of Osceola Fruit Distributors look at the first shipment ofgrapefruit by Eby.) - -- -

being processed at their plant on Main Street. Over 2,500 boxes, mostly ,--- - w ....-- ); .

from the Ivey groves have been shipped to date. (Photo by Eby) -

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Feed Mill Was Undamaged 4 I

Despite Fire Osceola Fruit # p It

Back In Business Full SwingDespite

a devastating fire on set that was caused by the blaze. encounter heat in the Gila Des-
June 15 that gutted the chilled Ivey said the rebuilding in- ert of 140-degree enroute to Los

juice and canning plant at Os- clubes a lot of work and is a I Angeles but that the fruit in the
ceola Fruit Distributors, the big job requiring a great amountof i refrigerated truck would be heldat

company today is back in opera- electrical installation. He said 40degrees.The( .
tion with its fresh fruit division I the firm is very appreciative of fire June 15 is the second

going full blast and workmenare the cooperation it has received time in the past decade that Os-
busy readying the damaged from the community as a whole ceola Fruit has suffered a ser

division for operation in 30 days. following the fire, and was par- ious setback due to blazes of an

Jerry Ivey, vice-president and ticularly grateful for the help unkown origin, but each time the

general manager of the company I received from Kissimmee. company has been rebuilt to an 'S '3.. VrS

one of the largest indus- I Fred Patterson, sales manager even greater capacity in thf ki. .- \ .
tries in Osceola County, said this : for the fresh fruit division of county's economical structure. -

week the company is presently Osceola Fruit Distributors, said : ; ._
engaged in shipping fresh fruit 2,500 boxes of grape fruit has : :: '

full force. been shipped already under the Flu :.- : <<'- J .. : :.- ,. ._ .
"We hope 10 have' our chilled 'Cape Canaveral brand. He said Shots. '.i-'f-"."')'.....J.- '. 1'"- !:
juice and single strength canning there are oranges in the house "'.A' t iJIr.. "')(;y-'f.", - -
operation back into operation and shipment on these should Are UrgedBy f :: S.

within 30 days or by October start within a few days. :
DAMAGE-Workmen working full time to restore the .
15, Ivey said. "We are extremely proud of The SBHJACKSONVILLE .
He pointed out that the com- : the quality of the grapefruit," 'building at Osceola Fruit Distributors which was. badly damaged by fire June 15. .t\, t.::

pany's feed mill was undamaged -:, Patterson said, pointing out that Don't de- Production of chilled juice and single strength juice is expected to get underway in .k ,Z =

b y the fire, the cause of most of the fresh fruit being lay another day getting your flu the rebuilt plant by October 15. (Photo by Eby) .
which has never been determined processed is from the Ivey
shot, says the State Board of , 'i.S
has the been
nor damage
Health. The onset of cooler
He also indicated that of
one weather is the time of danger.It .
the trucks loaded at the plat- takes a month for a shot to County Agent Reports .
Complete form was scheduled to be delivered become effective. r f ,
to Safeway Stores in Los
G ovE. Angeles; California and,the other shot There will is keep no guarantee you from getting that a ,_.. -' . n <- . f '. '-', t! .P.t > -.J.Jj' r-.

would be taken to a Florida port flu but it is the wily? way med- f.
State Meet Draws InterestsThe q
SERVICE for shipment to Germany. ical science knows .of helping
The truck driver said he would
protect you. Inoculation after exposure -

There is are useless.no specific treat- week of September 16th, Pasture fertilization for grass oenefits from the fertilizer: ap- :::T..2

Lunch Program ments for flu. You just have to Extension Service Personnel from production should be drawing to plied. This situation does not .
suffer itand hope it doesn't Osceola County will attend the hold true for pastures mixed
Getting BirdThe turn into pneumonia. The best annual Extension Agents Confer- a close soon. Research reports with clover. Clover pastures

wr. treatment is bed rest, good food ence in Gainesville. Both the indicate that pastures fertilized should be fertilized between Oct IE'i'MV .

plenty of liquids and aspirin or County Agent and Home Demon- much after the middle of Sept- ober 15 and November 15 with
U. S. Department of Agriculture -nose drops to relieve discomfort. stration Agent will be in attend- ember do not have sufficient some anaylsis similar to an

G.M.HUGHEY. I has purchased nearly 9-1 Antibiotics help only if complications ance. growing time to obtain maximum (01020.A) () .
million pounds of fresh frozen set It. practice that has become

I ready-to-cook U. S. Grade A turkeys The sources of infection, says I quite popular in this area is mix-

GROVE SERVICE & for distribution to schools Dr. Clarence M. Sharp, assist Scale Farms On ing Rye grass seeds with Clover
with lunch programs. ant state health officer and director Large fertilizer and seeding this temporary
MANAGEMENTSpd I Nearly 2 million pounds of.the. of the board's Bureau of Pre- crop at the same time as

turkeys were purchased from ventable Diseases are discharges Man fertilizer is applied. Where this
Boom A Hand
Spraying southeastern processors, with 1.1 from the mouth and nose Upswing, Ag SaysEconomics practice is done, fertilizer should

Fertilizing & Dusting million pounds bought in Ken- of infected persons. contain some nitrogen or an an- .3
Mechanical Hoeing, Bank tucky. About 550,000 pounds were 'Avoid persons who spit any- alysis of 4-10-20 or similar mix- t

ing CultivatingFor purchased in North Carolina, and where except into a disposable Large scale farming has grownin University of Florida, ture substituted for the regular
the rest of the 2 million poundswas fertilizer mentioned earl-
tissue or container, he said. Clover
Pronalixd Sarvica leaps and bounds in the Sunshine "For a certain amount of invest-
847-3592 bought In South Carolina 'Avoid coughers and sneezersDon't State due mostly to advanced -ment, a large farm in the 1940's ier.Milk
Virginia and Georgia. has received considerable
use towels, drinking glasses -
technology, up-to-date machinery would yield $2 while today with
Donegan Ave., Klimm! .s USDA's Agricultural Marketing eating utensils or toilet attention in newspapers recently.
and agricultural research, according -approximately the same amountof
Service--the administering infected Before criticizes our indus- I'r
articles of
agency persons.
to Dr. _E. W. Cake, econ- labor, capital, and manage-
the and distribu- they should obtain all the
purchase "Last year there were 12,358 omist with the Florida Agricultural ment, it would yield $2.25. On try
tion the turkeysare facts available. Milk is a product
programs-says reported cases in Florida -and
Extension Service. the other hand this same amountof
being bought to help remove that weren't re- that the farmer cannot storein :
more rm
FIRSTNATIONAL probably "Large scale" farms as definedby investment on a small farm :.
excess supplies from the market. 88 deaths fresh form readily, making
ported. were
the Census Bureau are those would yield $1 in 1940 and only
Last the Agricultural Marketing marketing much more difficult
year last year. In 1961, there were "
selling more than $100 thousand 25 cents today. s >
Service bought nearly :43 So than other less perishable pro-
4476 cases.
deaths among worth of farm products per year. Of the 1,162 "large scale" farmsin
million at commoditycost ducts.
pounds a there have been
far ,
year Florida has more of these large Florida, 463 are citrus groves;
of about $14 million. over 7.< cases against some Feeds used in producing: milk
scale farms than other state 234 farms 154
BANK any are dairy ; veg- this
The purchase is financed -11,000 to the similar time last are considerably higher I
program California and Texas. Butnodda's farms and 81 livestock
funds etable are year than in the past, due largely TIn nr"'u::
through provided year. "large scale" farms ranches. The other 230 "large
the of Citrus
to shortage pulp
under Section 32 of Public Law "Get flu shot; get plentyof
your -
have more than the average in: scale" farms are divided into numerous after the freeze. Milking is a :
320. Distribution will be made to rest and good food to build ;: ; ;
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA schools for lunches for about resistance. This is vestment in land and buildings as types such as nurseries, twice a day seven days a week Yc.....- .... ;
up your --- --..mmjili.----.u-=
do those in California and Texas. flower farms poultry farms, horse : I
17.5 million school children. The especially important among old- proposition. Taking all of these -. 'ijjjI ,
The sales farm for farms, and large cash grain
Approximately three- average par into consideration the Dairy
9.1 million pounds purchased to er persons.
date represent about 1.6 servingsof quarters of all flu deaths occur those in Florida are also considerably -farms. Farmer has to be skilled in

Serving the turkey per child. among persons under five andover larger than those in California Total amount of land area of many fields, and should not be
- 65. Immunization is especi- and Texas. each of the 1,162 large scale criticized until all the facts are
Farming Interestsof The Agricultural Marketing important for persons in There are 19,914 commercial farms in Florida is approximately known. We all complain about

Osceola Countyfor Service says that prices paid to these ally age groups and persons farms in Florida accounting for 5 million acres with the average the cost of food, but when you I
date for the frozen turkeys ranged who have chronic disabling sales of slightly more than $700 farm size being 4.280) acres. The stop to consider the percentageof

Over 35 Year from :2L4S to 33.74 cents a diseases. million. Of these farms, 1462 sell :average value of the land and the dollar available, food is ,

pound, depending upon the geographic more than $100 thousand worth of buildings per farm is $1,782,150.The our cheapest item in the family
location of the "While it is important for i
process farm products. In fact, these 1.- average sales of farm products budget.
ors. In the Southeast prices every person possible to be immunized ,. ..,
162 farms sold more than $331 per large scale farm is Some fruit has started to moveto TO tfAfi flMteA 5it t.e.': % "
ranged from 32.95 to 33.74 cents. persons dealing with
associate' million worth of products in 1959 about $323 thousand. market this year. Quality is
and who
Highest prices paid in the South- the public
This means mat 6 percent of the good and it looks like fruit will
and the with the public have a
east were in Virginia generally be maturing early.
Carolinas the lowest special need for immunization. commercial farms sell more than A '64 Chevrolet lot truck than
and prices In the past two new is a more your
years many
55 of the products.
were paid In Kentucky. Total of- There are a variety of viruses percent
Mttftsa mam.wear ferings from 53 processing firms but the influenza vaccine you Most small farmers are losing Beta Epsilons people have become interestedin Florida. money bought the test time. Bodies cabs engines
wwtAMa cotrounoN peach production in
amounted to 38.5 million pounds. get from your family physician money technology.in "an Cake age points of advanced out. "In Held-Meeting This is an enterprise that one frames, suspensions all have been imprjved: to
-- -- Is the protection for the
obtain information
an the
more common viruses. Viruses order for the small farmer to value for the
( available before planting. Many give you more practically same
E seem to be undergoing changesyear make the same money be made 20 The Beta Epsilon chapter of avoid
problems are easier to
I and he must greatly increase investment. Let us bring one over to show you
by year one strain may years ago Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met than to correct. A recent bulletin
ice' >rtE < sus be completely replaced by an- the size of his fanning I' Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
put out by the Extension why Chevrolet's the truck to put your money on.
other in 10_ or 15 years. Therefore operation. Eugene Nalley. Service entitled "Peach Production -,
I you should be immunized Quoting Dr. H. C. Hamilton Mrs. Richard Luzadder and In Florida" is available at

. A. t leach year.'* bead Department of Agricultural Mrs. John Spencer made a report -the County Agents Office.

on plans for the Sweetheart St. Augustine grass fertilized BzI 7

H Ball which will take place with high organic fertilizers are:

RANCH Atm GROVESPREADER February 14th. not as susceptible to Chinch Bug
Headquarters For damage as those fertilized with! QUALITY mucus COST LESS

.KHHNA CHOWS IARKD WISE FERCE FENCE WIlE The program on "Introduc- chemical forms of fertilizer. This I
tions and Invitations" was given
does not mean that where organ-I
CATTLE SWAYS FARM t GAloot SWPUESWHXHiSON SERVICEEARL by !Mrs. John Spencer and Mrs. used other
ics are no
( RAID BUMS Jimmy Dyer.Refreshments. inspectionfor I, Telephone year Chevrolet dealer ttart type o/IWM*
.. MURPHY were served by necessary.this pest Frequent is still advised and i _______.______________u____'_..______my__.___________._____

LOU TARCAI oWNNtHOME Mrs. NaHey and Mrs. Bill Makinson treatment as outlined in a bulletin '

to Mmes. Walter Bass. Robert entitled. "Home Owners

R FEED & FARM SUPPLY :. L 847-3821 I John Quinn Spencer.Jennings Ralph Overstreet Lohmann, Lawn should be Insect followed.Control Guide", STARLING CHEVROLET, INC

1017 fferth Mefa, B isaGatne rhon 847-3561 Richard Luzadder. Clyde Bass. These bulletins and many other 10 MONUMENT AVE. KN@Qbll.

rWw-v.vAvy.vA-A Pet Office Bex 143 Kissimmee, Fla. Reid McWhirter, Jimmy Dyer, are availabled at your County -
Charles MDcell and Bill Hasty. Agent's Office. 847-2283

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