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The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title:
Kissimmee Gazette
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News & gazette
Place of Publication:
Kissimmee, Fla.
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Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
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Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-Oct. 11, 1984.
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Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).

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High one down for the final week of practice. ence will tell" he said.- I(I boy coach said that game exper- I their Friday worst when loss they III weft two defeated years

the current football season is "We had a great deal of workto The Kissimmee coach was high ience would show up the weak- 13-0 by Arcadia. The game was
faced with the double task of rebounding do in timing and defense" he in his praise of the Kowboys after nesses of the overall team. the season opener Jar both and
after a 134() loss to Arcadia was quoted during late practice their first game, but said, Osceola High will go after its was played In Arcadia.
and making a good seasonal sessions. "The heat held us back "the defense played a good game first victory this Friday when The Bulldogs took advantageof
showing from Friday on. considerably and we even had to except for a few mistakes that the Kowboys meet highly touted tar, tax ) y Kowboy mistakes and postedtwo
The Kowboys are to enter a cut to once a day practices." cost us the game." Lakeview in the first home gameof scores in the second quarterfor
conference next beginning loss to will be hard this the
new season After Friday's opening "We working season. ;_ iilr- the victory.
with basketball season. Arcadia Coach Yearwood said week to correct costly mistakes Lakeview Is led by a very fine a Arcadia quarterback Joe Wal-
Late summer heat hampered the team was green and "need made in Friday's game" he halfback, Alan Hays a hard run dron passed for the two secon-'
the Kowboys workouts and the experience in the worst way." continued. ning and determined runner, ac- : period tallies, hitting Steve Nich-
team was tardy in maintaining a Yearwood said the team Coach said to
was Yearwood some cording p vance reports re- ols for the first score and then
physical condition standard bu slower this year than last but changes will be made to ceived by Cbajh Yearwood. .' Frank Strickland for the second
Head Coach Jack Yearwood said overall team weight was up. strengthen some weak spots that Hays is backed up by fullback : -'.--- ; touchdown.The .
the local eleven made outstanding "We are young and heavier showed up in the first game. ] Hal Kannerer, also labeled as a ..V Kowboys drove to the two

gains in conditioning during this year but here again expert Earlier this season the Kow-, threat to Osceola's defenses. SJ :' ,"' yard line the first time Osceola
1 Lakeview started off the 1963 -- handled the ball where the drive

I Meet The Kowboys i i iEdItor' I season Bishop with Moore a, 26-6 and romp demonstratedgood of rival 1,1-1 i----a _I : :. ;' '. ended.serious They scoring could threat not muster for the a

team speed and power. \: ', ; ,.}-::'t: rest of the game.
When the Kowboys take on This was the first Arcadia victory

,. Note: Following is a Gary Hileman . guard . i nches .. . jersey number 50 . Lakeview High of Winter Garden over Kfoshnmee in four
complete '.biographical listing of I senior . parents Mr. and Mrs.B. Eugene Speirs . center . they will be considerably out .KOWBOY years.
this year's Osceola High football . P. Hileman . plans to attend junior j . parents Dr. and Mrs. weighed. Statistically the Kowboys stayed .
team. 1 college after graduation . 2.J R. Spiers . played on "B" Lakeview players weigh .about MENTORS-The coaching staff of Osceola High School from left to right with the Bulldog for

Robert "Bobby" Baker . end 1 played on varsity last year . !;squad last year weight: 155 194 per man and the Osceola right, consists of Pete Fawbush, Roy Henry Henry Ramsey and Head Coach Jack the entire game. Perhaps the
. junior . parents Mr./and 'weight: 175 height: .5 -feet, .3 height: 5 feet 9 inches ,. . jersey High squad averages 169 a man. Yearwood. kicking game of Jimmy Yarborough -
t; Mrs' W.H. attend .[none*'', . Jersey number 64 ; number 51 . y The Kowboy backfield how ':. who had pouts of 41, 48
college after graduation . Elmer Horn . guard .?'>& Alan,JStarling r place locker ever:; will have a slight :advan-, and 50 yards was tie daciiiag
played! on "B" squad last year j junior . parents Mr. and Mrs! .' junior . parents Mr. and I tage at 159 average weight toLakev1ew's : Cloud Has factor.
.'/weight: 150, height: 5 feet ]L. G. Horn ". . plans to join the Urs. I. C. _Starling . plans togo 156. St. During the Osceola High drive
9 inches .. jersey number 81. . ]Navy after.graduation . weight: : to college after graduation . Last season Osceola High tied Eddie Harrell passed to Chuck
Jim Barber . Tackle . J height: 5 feet 8 inches . I played on "B" squad last year Lakeview, 12-12, posted one of Whalen for 15 yards for the largest -
junior . parents Mr. and Mrs. i jersey number 61. . . weight: 147, height: 5 feet, the Kowboys two ties for the Fast BackfieldST. single gain of the evening.

W. J. Barber . .. played on "B Earl Johns , halfback 9. inches . jersey number 34 . season. The DeSoto team moved from
squad last year . weight: 160 I senior . parents Mr. and Mrs. Garl Stills . end . fresh Concerning'Coach the line the Osce- its own 48 In the second periodto

height: 6 feet . jersey number I C. A. Johns . plans to enter I man . parents Mr. and Mrs.E. i ola will just said have, "The to Kowboysline CLOUD Defending one was pleasantly surprisedat begin the scoring drive.
71'. . 1 the Air Force after graduation J C. Stills . played on "B" I champions St. Cloud Bull- the teams performance, .f Fullback Raymond Crist, half
heavier This is ,
Mike Bast . guard . 8eII- . lettered last year . weight: I squad last year . weight: 155, where the opponents.will be won I dogs, gave a repeat performance even though the Bulldogs lost. back Robert Womack and Steve
lor . parents Mr. and Mrs. :150, height: 5 feet 9 inches . 1 height: 5 feet, 7 inches . Jersey lost Friday game night. or I of last season Friday The full story Is not shown Lewis moved the ball deep into

G. Y. Bast . plans to attend jersey number 16 . number 41. . The Lakeview will haveJ. night by dropping the open- in the loss column. The Bull- Osceola territory From that

college after graduation . played Wayne K""**"""* . fullback Eldon Sullivan . end . . Martin 170 and lineup G. Shaw 190,. ing away-from home game to dogs outplayed, out passed point, the Bulldog( called on
on varsity team last year . . senior . parents Mr., and junior . mother Mrs. I. W. Sullivan at ends. Mt. Dora, 7-6. and outmaneuvered Mt. Dora tValdron's passing arm for the
200, height: 5 feet.Inches Mrs. R. V. Kanffman . plans the Fum- first score.
weight: . plans to ranch after Tackles for Lakeview will be Last season's tilt was heldat throughout game.
.. jersey number 63 . to go to college after graduation graduation . weight: 161 R. L. Creech 230 and R. Hyl- home and the Bulldogs bles were the nemsis of the The Kowboys came back in
Aaron Baxter . .. end . sen-l . a transfer student . weight: height: 5 feet U inches . jersey -ton, 200. Starting at guard will took their only beating of St. Cloud eleven; three were =t the second half to play Arcadia
lot . parents Mr. and Mrs. 145, height: 5 feet, 11 inches . number 82 . be L. Pendleton, 190, and R. the season from ML Dora in recovered by Mt. Dora, one eleven to a complete standstill..
Grover Baxter . plans to join jersey number 22 . Lou Tarcai . tackle . Cothran, 175. a hard fought 7-0 game than on its own three yard line. Osceola totalled 108 yards rushing
the Air'Force after graduation. . Gary Land . wing back . senior . parents Mr. and Mrs. Center will be handled by L. went on to take the Mid- Coach Chlsholm lost four- and Arcadia amassed only
played on "B" squad last year junior. . parents Mr. and Mrs. Lou Tarcai . plans to go to'Cappleman, 205. The starting Lakes Conference Championship. teen men by graduation. 82. Both teams had ate first
. weight: 151, height: 5 feet A. Land . plans to go to college college after graduation . let-. backfield for the Red Devils are St. Cloud has not wona Three veteran lettermen are down.
8 inches . jersey number 83. . alter graduation . playedon tered last year . weight: 170 A. Hays 150 J. Daugherty 150, game from Mt. Dora since Johnny Crowe, Oscar SIm.. Kissimmee bad 47 yards passing
Bronson . guard . last year . and Don Young. and Arcadia had four.
Sidney "B" squad height: 5 feet, 7 inches . jersey H. Kammerer 180, and G. Hew mons
junior . parents Mr. and Mrs. weight: 155, height: 5 feet 7 inches number 60 . itt 155. 1958.Head Coach Burke Chis With weight lacking the Glenn Knapp guard Harrell gained 25 yard for

S. D. Bronson . plans to go . jersey number 21. . Chuck: Wbalen: . end . Starting, lineups for the Kow holm has predicted the Bull- coaching staff which includes Osceola and fullback Steve Yow-
college after graduation . . quarterback assistant coaches James Hale, ell had 33 yards. Largest ground
to Robert Lane senior . parents Mr. and Mrs boys will be: Ends. Chuck What dogs will do better 500 this
played on "B" squad last year . junior . parents Mr. and D. ,A. Whakn . plans to go I len, Larry Locke and Gary Stills. year with a team built around Glen Oglesby and Walter hry # gainer for the Kowboyi WM Earl
. weight: 210, height: 5 feet, 10 Mrs. Leamon Lane . plans to I college after graduation . lettered ,. Fackles will be Lou Tard and three veteran regulars and Michler, are placing emphasison r Johns who had 38 total yards.

inches . jersey number 73 .. . go to college after graduation . last year . weight: 167', Jim Barber. five other lettermen. Every- speed and are taking to JI
Richard Bryant . guard .. played on "b' squad last year I height: 5 feet 9 Inches . jet.. At Guard will be Gary Hile- : the air more than they did ". -

sophomore . parents Mr. i and . weight: 125, beignt: 5 feet Bey number 80 . Steve Parker and Jim Sa : last year. ,, 4
Mrs. J. M. Bryant . played on"B" . number 11 man, Football. FootballFootball If the light line can contain
,,5 inches jersey Charles White . tackle '. ., betto.The center will be Eugene . I
squad last )"eU''dght: senior . Mr. and. Mrs., :the opponent's defense, the
261. height: 5 feet 9 Inches . Larry Locke . end..sen- parents. last Speirs. I fast Bulldog backfield will be
Charles White . lettered : Backs will be Eddie Harrell.
} number 65 . Mr. and Mrs. J. That's the magic word in just more than effective accord. i'
Jersey for .
parents :5 i i :
f year.. . weight: height: Steve Yowell Bob Magnaghi
cramsophomore col- about city in Florida this ding to Chisholm. Eligibility :
Jimmy 1. Locke '. > plans to go feet 7 inches . jersey numbei Earl Johns and Terry Johns. every
f . fullback x parents Mr. and lege alter graduation . a transfer 72. . time of year and certainly Kis- I rules have removed the two j
Slated for defensive action will
;Mrs. Jack Crum . plans to attend student. . weight: US, height: Steve Yowell . fullback . ., be Charlie White, John Hand. simmee and St Cloud are not heaviest boys from the squad's ,
t college after graduation . tf feet, 5 hales . Jersey num- Mr. and Mrs., exceptions.So roster.
last senior . parents Richard Bryant Aaron Baxter Football has taken over the Tentative offensive lineup
"B" squad year
played on ber *i .' M. L. Yowell . plans to go to J I Eldon Sullivan Jimmy Crum and
. weight: 174, height: 5 feet Boo Magoaghi . senior . after graduation . lettered . front page of the Gazette for seems to be Johnny Crowe 44.
college Gary Dymmek. i this week. The of the
number news Ray Hyder. Oscar Simmons
. Mr.
11 inches jersey . anc
I wing back parents. last year weight: 163 Co-Captains for Friday's game town . not nearly as import. and Grady Wright in the back-
38. plan ,
.. . quarterback itw. l>anny Macmigni height: 5 feet. 10 inches . jersey will be Charlie White and Eu- ant as football is in the rest of field; Don Young and Lanny
Gary Dymmek graduation
to to college after +
1 go number 32 . .
. sophomore . guardians I . tetterea last year . wenpit: gene Speirs. the paper. Bass, ends; Dale Shreve and
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Mr. and Mrs. John Weir . .j isu, ndgat: C feet . jersey Glen Knapp and Curtis Heab-
plans to attend college after graduation twmoer 30 . erlin guards; and Tim Wflliams --
. lettered last year .' Jftank Mars"11 tackle .i center. ;
weight: 165. height: 5 feet 9 inches junior . parents Mr. and, Defensive team and bench .
. jersey number 28 . A. H. Marshall . weight IbJU have Donald Young, Kip Bartlett A
. end . Allen Dawson, Mike
Jim Greenough heigut: :5 leet 9 inches . jersey ?
!I senior . parents Mr. and Mrs. number 62 . Ford, Louis Hancock Leland Bitch Wright, back
s' R. S. Greenough . plans to go spencer Overstreet end . Hancock, and Bobby McKinney -
.. to college after graduation . junior . parents Mr. and Mrs. in the backfield.Glenn Pric- Johnny Crowe back
Bill Humphrey
played on varsity team last year H. S. Overstreet . plans to go :: 'r $
. weight 155, height 5 feet, to college alter graduation: . kett and Edwin Hill ends;
10 inches . jersey number played onB" squad last year John Turner, tackle; Steve

40. . . weight, 1S!. heignt: 5 leet.S Albritton, Sammy Hyder
John Hand . guard . senior = inches . jersey number 42 c Reed Kempfer, and Billy Tim
. parents Mr. and Mrs. Kempfer, guards; and

Eo L. Baud .. plans to attend an Steve Parker tackle. . Crowe center. Ricky Cato has rA
been team man-
., Army Academy after graduation junior . parents Mr. and Mrs.
. a transfer .... . .weight: Barney Parker . lettered last 1L ager.
185, height 5 feet 8 Inches . =2Ctt height '5 Cheerleaders captained by
s year . weight: ; Shari Stanford and Jeanne s
j jersey number '70 . feet, 9 inches . jersey number Lee Owens, Linda
are Joyce
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Bill Ifon n"3 center .
74. . Lee. Linda Pate, Patsy Bland-
junior . parents Mr. and Mrs. Terry Roberts . ealftack. . ford Judy Unzicker and Sharon
; W. P. Hankins . plans to be a junior . parents Mr. and Mrs. R Pratt. Alternates are yar

J ,draftsman or engineer after graduation Ford Koberts .. plans to fo to Dawn Morris, and Tern Jef--
4 . a transfer student . . .
coHefe after fradaatfon played -
weight: 155, het& 5 feet 7 inches oa MB" squad last year . fers.St.. Cloud marching band
54 .
.. jersey number
-f weight: Iii,' faeiffet: feet S --- under the direction of Samuel {
Ed Harrell . aarterback. . .
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Jersey lobe! a0 Wood win wear their new K
t'y . Mr and Mrs.
senior parents
Jimmy Sabetto . guard . .. uniforms at tomorrow night'Shome
Harrell plans to attend
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junior . parent! Mr. and Mrs. game against Eustis. tiI'
after graduation . lettared ,:
; J. F. Sabetto . fta&s to go to Season tickets for home -'!\" -: .

-height:test' feet year 5.Inches. weight. :. jersey 136 coUege after graduation . .' .,- BULLDOG COACHES-The coaching; staff of the St. Cloud Bulldogs is made up games are available at Penny- iZ'o.e.r
ed 'on "B" wpind last year . Wise White's Barbershop and
mac 12: ? . wet*: :Si, MgbU 5 ft**. .. 8 I of Assistant Jim Hale,left,and Head Coach Burke dusolrn. (Gazette photo by Eby.) City,Drug. Duaie BaM,m4 Slnnaoae. bask


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: Sam Lupfer and Son ." .. ,- Parks Furniture :
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:: Rt Sally's Fabric Shop'q tM Gehrett Appliances |

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: .:' Esper Products Deluxe :.,. Tupperware Home Parties J

:: . : Osceola Memory Gardens; ; Starling. Chevrolet S
: Triples Service Station J x Kissimmee Livestock Market *

: SCHEDULE Haley's Grocery & Market Paul Smith Fuel Oil; t. \,. 2
SEPT. 27- WINTER GARDEN -- HERE ;,.ti. t .
'OCT. LEESBURG THERE '- Melvin Johnson's Grocery Wells Moon ,1.. :
y : OCT. 11 OKEECHOBEE THERE (T. G. Lee Distributor) f :: .
: OCT: 18FT.. MEADE HOME"' The Grissoms Central Marine v, ,! .
: OCT. 25 SEBRING HOME (Your Authorized Johnson Dea4ed'f. :
: -FROSTPROOF-THERE Anderson's Garage Mary Carter Paint Store : b.
: NOV..'22. ST. CLOUD HOME Lou: Welding Motor :
Young .. Autrey Company
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: Rponey Pontiac Margie's Diners :
s ;{,. Kissimmee Transitmix Osceola Fruit Distributors :
SEPT. 26-LAKE WALES HOME Osceola Blue Printing Phil I and NezKetchum's :

:: OCT.OCT. 10EUSTISHOME 17--APOPKA THERE, Elliott Grocery. & Market" _: I Inc. .'*.

OCT. 24-AVON PARK -_THERE Stephens' Electric t Florida' Telephone I Corp.

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Tropical Hotel Sold; To Be Torn Down .

One of the city's landmarks be closed September 26. swimming pool on Its: prooer- Wallis said this would be a might he .acfertfc fl in 1963-
center of civic and social He S9id his company had tv, but added that the final possibility if the need for 64.The
activities will soon be de- been seeking a site for an expanded design of the building would such additional space was ertabtfefaBMMt of a loan
molished. office building for determine the disposition of found to exist. servicing agency by the Association
William T. Wallis executive some time and was delighted the pool He said the aluminum The anticipated cost of the hi the Brevard Mall in
'!Co ; vice-president of the to obtain this property in sided pool could be building is expected to be In Melbourne, was announced by
; .. First Federal Savings and downtown Kissimmee. i moved and rebuilt if neceI !.- the $200,000.00 to 300000.00 Wallis He stated that the As.
;' Loan Association of Osceola Wallis said the Tropical I sary. range. sociation had increasingly
I ; County said this week his institution Bath Club pool and other facilities The plans for a new office Wallis expressed the expectation been asked to assist lr the
has completed pur- will remain open and building will be undertaken of the Association's home financing needs of the
chase of the Tropical Hotel be operated the balance of In the next ninety days with I Board of Directors that this Brevard County impact area
I II ... and would begin razing the the year in accordance with goal of early winter 1964 as I substantial investment in during the past several years
hotel structure by October 15 the outstanding pool memo a date for opening. The build. downtown Kissimmee would and had decided to open a
Cs and have the building removed bership agreement with Bath Ing will be designed to house I spark other property ownersto small agency to service this
iI J before January 1, 1964. Club members. He said the the rapidly growing financial accelerate their plans for loan business.
Purchase price for the prop- final decision to leave the institution which has grown i pew construction and modernization The agency will open the
r erty, which has 239-feet frontage pool In its present location from $5 million to over $16 of existing buildingsThe first week of October and Mrs
on Broadway and 300 feet j will depend on the needs of million in assets in the past new Christian Church Marie May will be assignedto
frontage on Monument Ave- the Association for parkingand six years. Post Office addition, and oth- to office to assist the Association's .
nue, was approximately $120- office space. Tentative plans for the ers were mentioned as possible loan customers in
O 000. It was purchased from The final determination of building include the addition major projects which his area.
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Mr. and Mrs. Bert Frazer who the pool operation will be of a public service room
'Ts CI have owned and operated The made after the design for the which would be made avail

.M Hotel since 1950. new building is completed. able for meetings of local
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"' ; ,;; Wallis said the hotel operation Wallis said he was intrigued : groups. No definite plans q
I. would be ceased Imme- by the possiblity of the institution have been made for includ--

HOTEL TO BE REPLACED-The Tropical Hotel, which has been a Kissimmee diately and that the Tropical belnff the only one in ing rental space for other offices
Restaurant and Bar wouldBoatACade the state with an Olymic-sized or establishments, but
landmark since the boom days when it was known as the Greystone Inn, will be c

razed by January 1 to make room for a new building to house the First Federal I I

Savings and Loan Association of Osceola County. Hotel operations have already Valuable Rain

H ceased and the Tropical Bar and Restaurant will be closed Sept. 26. (Staff photo.)

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Jury Indicts In Fell During Week

I. Dr. Beauchamp '" .

Mrs. HankinsA Entries continue to come in Rain so valuable as to be un- are shorter and the sun doesn't! ";.. .' ... <-' .... .. .. : '"tIf

for the Kissimmee Boat-A-Cade, estimable. has been falling in dry it up as rapidly as duringthe ,:,... ' .t -: ,..' 111: :... ; '
I' To Head GroupDr. grand jury Monday indicted' schedule to launch out of Kiss- Osceola County for the past Summer months.In i . ;.#.. .t'.f\.. ,'" i-",Mb.o:'':."' ,./ ",1 tItti - .,.
Mrs. Cassie B. Hankins 75, it l immee on October 21 and last week. the city 3.72 inches of rain
I connection with the fatal shooting, until October 27. Starting Monday with a slow fell\ from 5 p.m. Tuesday until RECENT GRADt ATES-Personnel who recently graduated -
'' of her son-in-law, John Patricl: Some of the latest entries received drizzle that sometimes fell in 5 pjn. Monday, according to H. from the Division of Corrections Road Prison Training .
George E. Beauchamp was I ing committees peresently needed, 'I'
elected president of the newly reorganized and proposing by-law changes.The Tracy, 47 on August 18th. include one from New gusts that resembled the out- L. Young, keeper of statisticsfor School at Avon Park and been aligned to the Division
The ol f York and Alabama'and a couple skirts of a tropical disturbance, the bureau of commerce.
jury brought a charge
Osceola County Art and Osceola County Art and Cul- of Corrections Road Prison here are pictured above. Theyare
manslaughter against her. from Michigan, according to the precious water continued to This included an inch of rain
Culture Center, Inc., at a public ture Center will celebrate its first left to right, P. B. Jones II. E. Tripp, Captain A. L.
Mrs. Hankins had been charged: Mrs. Vera Lalley Chamber of fall through Tuesday. measured on Sunday and dupli--
t meeting called Wednesday night birthday October 17, having received with murder but had been allow- Commerce secretary.One However, according to County cated again on Monday McCall.Suffield, K. II Webster and Charles Chaloopka.I .
by the board of directors. Other its Oc-
incorporation papers
included "I have Jim Smith
ed be free $5,000 bond. letter : Agricultural Agent
officers elected were Larry Gross,, tober 17, 1962. Conceived by a to on He saidit
Judge Parker Lee McDonald, who. tanks for 24 gallons of fuel. Is the downfall was spotty.
vice-president; Louis French recording -group of Footlight Theatre Guild allow- that enough? How much gas ranged during the week from
; secretary; Margaret Bast,, members, its official parents were accepted the presentment shall I expect to use on the one inch in some sections of the
ed her remain under the
4 corresponding secretary and Art Darrell Gill, J. C. Bordelon, and to same round trip? What brands of fuel county to as much as 10 inchesin
Held, treasurer. These officers Mrs. Margaret Bast who signedthe bond. are available?" others.
will serve during the reorganiza-- incorporation papers. Other official Tracy was slain at Mrs. Hank- Such inquiries are common- Smith said the value of the
tional period until the regular an- members of the 'group were ins home where he lived with his place, according to Mrs. Lalley !rain to groves, pastures and the
nual election takes place in Nov- :Mrs. Eloise Gross and Gus Lurie. wife, Della McPherson Tracy. who has been working on the I general public was of untold na
ember of this year. They have the Inspired by the purposes and Mrs. Tracy pleaded innocent when current Boat-A-Cade since last i ture.
responsibility of revising the or- goals of the National Art and Cul- arraigned on a charge of beingan year's cruise ended. .i 'A slow rain such as we have SAVE
ganizational structure, determin ture Center in Washington, D.C., accessory to the slaying of Inquiries that have come in had soaks the soil and does the
this small group of persons, sup- her husband. clude letters from railroad in-I I.most good to pastureland, groves i I pr
ported by the membership of the the level of the _
who wanted to know exact datesso lawns and YOUR
Adult Education Footlight Theatre Guild, spear- I they could arrange vacation II:lakes," Smith said. WHERE
Election SlatedIn.November
i Classes To Start headed participation in the closed time. I M. M. Over-street veteran MONEY EARNS
t network program which was I j This is mark the first time in II rancher said 1.3 inches at his
staged by the national organization two years that the BoatACadehas I. place on Plesant Hill Road from ,
Adult education class offeringswill : a year ago. About 100 Osce An election, at which school been launched from Kissimmee. I Monday through noon Tuesday. '
fr be organized for the new ola County citizens joined with trustees, school millage and con- K C. Moore Jr., is President However, he said, it was twiceas
school year on Monday evening,, Orange County people. to attend stitutional amendments will be of the Boat-A-Cade. heavy at his property in the 4
September 30 in the Osceola this gala program at the Orange voted has been scheduled for Lake Wilson area. 1 %
High School Cafeteria at 7:30 November 5th. :
Blossom Theatre in Orlando. Former Resident He said the rain fell in a
The office of the supervisor of
and that Pinecastle reported
p.m.Classes I j Next event developed by Osce- I curve
expected to be avail- registration is now six days' ,
open Over-
five inches of
jola Art and Culture Center was Died At
able are in the following areas.' a week as well as Monday and street said this was enough rain !
I .
Show for two
an Antique given
.Typing I, Shorthand,. from 7 9 accord- ' .
"." Bookkeep- days' ol Several' hundred Wednesday to Marion Bryan Carson 77, died : at this time because the days - : DIVIDEND
"":"ing I, English, American History," viewing ing to Dorothy Purdy, supervisor. "'.. _.. .
Convert person? who....called atuikAng'at Je Tarcaj I Sunday;; at his home im Daytona- ... '". ,
;;Mathematics, a-tiotxal{ he registration books "WjjJ! Volunteers Are
I .Spanish.American *- Vine 'tux*Main Strefetsi! close at 5 p.m. October 5th for-1: Beactf> where he bad fesidecFforthe .. f. f. 'f. [COMPOUNDED AND

History will be help;The great interest shown in this the special election. past 33 years. Needed For Drive PAYABLE QUARTERLY]
He married to the late
ful to those adults who desireto historical display increased the desire The official phraseology' for was i. ', '
get equivalency high school I for a permanent headquartersfor the three constitutional amend- Ruby Oliver. Volunteers are needed for the
diplomas. Candidates must have the Center. Taking a step at a ments which will follow the issu- He is survived by sons, S. O. 1 United Appeal Drive which is scheduled -
earned credit in high school time, the group has succeeded in ing of bonds for higher education Carson, Miami; N. B., Chicago; to get underway October
American History and pass the j'leasing for three years the old facilities: (2) allow the issuingof daughters, Mrs. Robert Persons, 1st, according to Horace Phipps,
General Education DevelopmentTest 'Bryan garage at Stewart and Bry- bonds for the purchase of recreational Lake City; Mrs. John Kearby. \ president. '
offered the first Monday ol I'an Streets. It is now being remod- areas; ((3)) and which Fort Worth and Mrs. Blaine Bar- Fifteen service agencies will be
each calendar month in Orlando.,eled for this year's first production will change the time of electionsfor ber; sisters, Mrs. Edgar Oliver I participating in the drive. TheyI
Adults are urged to telephone' of the Footlight Theatre Guild and state officials so that it will and Mrs. Hugh Geiger Savan- I are the Salvation Army, Youth
the school office for further der -,,for use by other cultural organi be different from that of national nah, Georgia: 17 grandchildren I Center Red Cross, Boy Scouts,
tails. zations. .'" elections. end five grandchildren.. !Rheumatism I
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THEKISSIMMEE' 1 St. Cloud TaxesDecreased


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/ A J.fc> H. Perry xewipaper

ST. CLOUD City Commission ment for .m ti MIl ** yw to
hr Offices" : 24-26 Stewart: Ate. has set the tax levy at seven mills buy."
/ Telephone 847-2681 for 1963-64, a decrease of one mm He; suggested that engineers of
y in comparison to the 1962-63 eight both otic* seek out aU information
Entered a. Second Class Mall Matter mills. The tentative budget of pertfBMt *> such aa agreement
in the Post Office at Klsslmmee Fla. 5267.085 a decrease of $29,533. so flat both parties night

w s v The 1962-63 budget was $296,613. l knew if saw, aD agreement would
Published Thursdays at Kissimmee. FlrUa City attorney O. P. Johnson suggested be bene&M to both.
that both City and Utilities Mayor FWd Ford told& Mayor
LEO 8CHUMAKER Commission meet for discussion Bovte that the Utilities Commission -
/ Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION and adoption of the utility budgetso is BOW in the process of getting -
if there are any questions he UiquUicr. with engineers u>
RATESSix might be able to answer them. look into the matter. He said that
s He also said if there are other the aspe>ties rf both elites are
months $Z.50; one year, 4.00; two years, $7.00
) questions concerning the budget looking into me legality of such
4 The Kissimmee Gazette Kissimmee, Ffeu,'nnlJ'., Sept. 2C, 1963 T1&fr:4): the utilities commissioners could an a1-1 IBLClyde

answer them in a joint meeting..
Attorney Johnson was instruct
"'CIVIL RIGHTS"The : ed to prepare the necessary pa- Story
pers for easements to open an
alley between Virginia and Mary- Attends MeetClyde
? land Avenues between 13th and

... 14th Streets.
term "civil rights' so dear tg the heart of the .:-<'" Mayor' Adrian Bovis of Kissim E. Story, local County
politician wooing minority votes, has been so out- :: I ;:-;:; r.i mee addressed the Commissionand Office Manager, Agricultural
-.ri.r r Stabilisation.
rageously abused that it no longer has! any clear-cut : an almost capacity crowd of and CoMtrvation
Service ana inctid
meaning. citizens on the desirability of cooperation today that he

For largely political purposes, it has been stretched INSTALL OFFICERS-Officers,to serve the Septemberto Teresa Artzner. Madalyne Chadsey (back row, left to between Kissimmee and will ference attend next fee week ASCS in State Jackson Con

to encompass "social rights" and inflated to include January term, St. Cloud Assembly No. 98, Order of right), Martha Stalvey, Sharon Wheeler Judy Cantrell, St.Bovis Cloud said Utilities it will Mayor ville.

"security rights." It has even been distorted to Rainbow for Girls, are Judy Morris (front row, left to Elizabeth Stalvey Patty Thompson, Bonny Patton, Mary sary for Kissimmee soon and St.neces-Cloudto The conference which will be

imply such "rights" as freedom to violate the law, if right), Marie Stanko, Kathleen Anthony, Charlotte Hill, Bieman, Patricia Allen, Cheryl Bailey, and Peggy consider entering into an agree attended by ASCS County Office

necessary, to secure arrogated powers and,privileges.. Jane Wood, Janice Young Susan Gill, Dorothy Johns and Knowles.Photo by Henry J. Boudreaux) from Managers all over and the Committeemen State will begin

But if "civil rights" means anything, it means-in Town Meeting To at 1-30 p.m., October 2 and

addition to such things as the right to vote, the rightto Jane Wood Installed Farm Bureau Board Hold ForumST. run through noon, October 4. It
Worthy Open will be held at the
sue and be sued, the right to own and enjoy prop Robert MeyerHotel

erty-the basic right of the individual to be secure in To Meet FridayThe CLOUD Otto Whitney, in downtown Jacksonville
his in short the in the Advisor of Rainbow Girls ', Story said that the ASCS State
person; rights proclaimed Florida Farm Bureau Fed- president of Town Meeting, in-
Declaration of Independence to "life, liberty and the eration's 21-member board of directors vites all citizens to attend the Conference the county fc office being managers held to bring and
pursuit of happiness." is slated to meet in Gain- open forum. Henry Vogel will re-
ST. CLOUD Miss Jane Wood lity; Martha Stalvey, service; Todd, Judy Williams Linda Hal- esville Friday September 27. port on recent meetings of the committeemen up-to-date on the
Why is it, then, that a federal government whichcan was recently installed as Worthy Madalyne Chadsey, confidential ford, Mary Trice, Sue Winn, Discussion of a proposed expanded city and utility commissions. latest farm program developments
be so militantly zealous in protecting the rightsof Advisor of St. Cloud AssemblyNo. observer; Judy Cantrell, outer Kathleen Scheld, Sharon Pratt, services program for the 33- Citizens are given an opportunity and objectives. Topics to
members of a minority group, can be so derelict in 98, Order of Rainbow for observer; Kathleen Anthony, Esta Bobroff Jan Rogers, Bar- 000 member farm organization is to raise questions for dis be discussed include Producer
safeguarding the rights of others? Girls to serve the September to musician; Dorothy Johns, choir bara Viehman, Mary Viehman, expected to highlight the one-day cussion. Suggestions, criticismsand Operations, the Activities Florida Defense
January term. Love will be the director; and Mrs. Sally Knight, Linda Smith, Debbie Taylor, Dee- approvals of city govern- Sugar
Cal- meeting at the state .
Specifically, why is the federal government so Industry Conservation and Land
mother advisor. Ann
with Schallenberger.
theme of Miss Wood's term ment are noted and brought to
lously indifferent to the right of individuals in this her motto, "Take Time to Love One year perfect attendance Advisory Board: Mrs. Lora ; Martha Sessions, treasurer; the attention of commissioners. Use Programs, the Rural Area
country to hold a job without paying tribute to a labor and be Loved." awards were given to Jane Wood Lackey, chairman; Mmes. Sally Vicki Smith, chaplain; Linda Complaints, which have not been Development Program and other
union, and to the right of business concerns to Miss Wood selected the pink and Janice Young. Knight, Jesna Gannarelli John Pate, drill leader; Sharon Wheeler handled through the Mayor's administered programs.
their affairs and the without rose as her flower and her Installing officers were: Marie Knowles, Jane Stanko, Bessie Love; Donna Bond, Religion; Desk Service, will also be dis Speakers on the program include
manage serve public .colors are pink and white. Her Stanko, worthy advisor; Janice Van Delinder, Eunice Wood, Miss Linda Newton, Nature; LindaL cussed. If the citizen has had no Hon. Bob SIkes, Congressman
harassment from some of these same unions? song HOW GREAT THOU ART, Mikeal, marshal; Marcia Burke, Frances Rawlings. Carl Pain and u p fer, Immortality; Melissa satisfaction through the service tor the First District of
Recently Florida citizens and Florida business is In keeping with her scripture chaplain; Genene Farris, recorder Oren Van Delinder.Protern Graham, Fidelity; Jan Rogers, desk these too will be broughtto Florida; Horace Godfrey ASCS
firms have been subjected flagrant demonstrationsof selection, Thou shalt love the ; Mrs. Mable Holmes, St Officers: Janice patriotism; Carolyn Trice, service the attention of the commis- Administrator; Doyle Conner
how labor unions can seemingly get with al- Lord thy God with all thine Cloud Chapter No. 46, Order of Young worthy advisor; Janice ; Susan Scheld. confidential State Commissioner of Agriculture
away heart; and with all thy soul, and Eastern Star, served as music- Mikeal worthy associate advi- observer; Faye Bumby, outer sion.Town Meeting is held in City ; Dr. Marshall Watkins, Director
most anything under the cloak of the traditional with all thy might" Deut 6:5. ian and Mrs. Lois Brooks as sor; Cheryl Hartley, Charity; observer; Betty Lee James, musician Hall Auditorium on the first of the Florida Agrieulture-
right to strike. Other officers installed during soloist. Marsha Burke, Hope; Genene ; and Patty Nesbitt, choir Wednesday of each month at 10 al Extension Service and other
For many months, the Florida East Coast Railwayhas the, impressive and inspiring The following comittees will Farris, Faith; Susan Bell, record- director. .. ajn agricultural leaders
been hamstrung by a strike punctuated with numerous ceremony are Janice Young, serve during the current term;
worthy associate advisor; Judy Mary Vfcmar scrapbook: ; Cheryl
of violence and deliberate of
acts sabotage Morris Bailey Ruth Ann Wilson Linda
Charity; Susan Gill, :
railroad property and equipment. More'recently, the Hope Charlotte Hill Faith; Pate, Martha Stalvey, Bonny
General Telephone Company, which serves a large Marie Stanko, recorder; Peggy Patton and Sharon Smith, tele- :Jl8l0| 1 1
area of Florida's west coast, experienced the same Knowles, treasurer; Elizabeth phone; Donna Bond and Judy 4jY4
Stalvey chaplain Cantrell, sunshine; Teresa Artz- dollars ivaSliii.j.
sort of thing. drill leader; : Cheryl Bailey, ner, Patty Thompson and Elizabeth .-. :--,, *_ : .Irl- -_.--_.-,.- .readily \ _,_,-.._. .,._.-;_,, ;'.:- ;;._ -rfajt

The telephone strike was settled a few days 'ago, Teresa Artzner, Love; Mary Stalvey, refreshments; | | a n| insure tfljinBiifgejuyf
but not before vicious acts of personal violence were Vlcmar, Religion; Patty Thompson Janice Young, ways and means; _|
added to a long string of property damage incidents.On ,, Nature; Bonny Patton Im- Cheryl Hartley, cards; Janice of ijji

one occasion, four telephone linemen, engaged in mortality; Patricia Allen FideOfficers Mikeal paraphernalia publicity; Charlotte; Susan Gill Hill,, 1 THE SAFE WAY U.S.GovernmcnjDiVidendt

repairing a cable which had,been,deliberately slashedrwererwotrady . point sheets. _
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: __1.allllJ.. ;.;
d"by"ahotgun. blast froD d t it:;'A1t... ...-.., .. .... ..... '" r" CChoir: Patricia Brack. Mari-': . I
h. .. .. '
' ' *** ** - .-lee Hartley, Linda Hughey, Judith THE INSURED, WAY I
werlJiospitalifed, t : "fT '- '. : r ti ; a i d:
; Leach Ruth Ann Wilsor, .:
amen eve
The FEC whose strike continues, despite management .
Jean Broyles, Marlene Padge i
efforts to enter into collective bargaining, as Marggi Abraham, Etta Marie _
prescribed by the Railway Labor Act, has sufferedeven

more damage and abuse. In several cases, acts Richard M. AbramsIn
of sabotage on the rail line have stamped the sabo- ST. CLOUD Chamber of
Commerce officers for 1963-64 Exercise
teurs as potential murderers.. were elected at the monthly
Last month, the company issued a "white paper" meeting: William Journigan of Army Specialist Four RichardM.
listing 146 separate acts of vandalism and harassment , Eiselstein Fisk and Journigan, Abrams, 26, son of Mr. and
-all violations of the law. And the violence and president; J. Ray Smith, Hetting- Mrs. Hewlett H. Abrams, 1007
Insurance Agency vice president Mabbette St., Kissimmee. and
er ,
sabotage continue as the railroad management main- ; Alex MacDiarmid, home other members of the 10th Trans- FIRST; FEDERAL; !SAVINGS &: LOAN i ASSOC.Of
tains freight service in the state with non-union per- builder, treasurer. portation Group participated in _
sonnel. Louis Berson, City Drugs, retiring Exercise LION VERT in central
Bitterness of the FEC strife is reflected in the president, is automatically Europe.
a member of the board. Three LION VERT, a NATO com- Brevard
baseless calumnies hurled at railroad management.Sd .
members elected from a slate of mand post exercise, was designed -
Ball, the line's chief executive officer, is picturedby six candidates are: Dave Burch- to practice communicationsand
union spokesmen as a heartless moneybags at- field of Burchfield Chevrolet; staff procedures among the
tempting to wring excessive profits from the oper- Ted Collins, Kiekhaefer Corp., allied forces defending central
ation by overworking and underpaying'his employes.As and Don Lettow, attorney. Europe. The ten-day exercise,
President Journigan and his which ended Sept. 12, included
a matter of fact, Mr..Balt manages.the line for officers take over the responsibilities flight missions by the allied tac-
the Alfred I. duPont estate. And under the terms of of the Chamber on tical air forces. APPROXIMATELY ON

the late Mr. duPont's will, after certain annuities October 1 and will conduct the Specialist Abrams, who has

have been filled from earnings of the estate, 100 per next luncheon-business meeting been overseas since October 1962
October 16, Parkview Restaurant, on this tour of duty, is a com-
cent of those earnings including profit from the 12 noon. munications-center specialist in SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28th

FEC-will go to the Nemours Foundation for the Prior to the business meeting Headquarters Detachment of the ,
care and treatment of crippled children and for the Mrs. Melinda First, WWI Auxiliary group's 29th Transportation Battalion
care of old people. president, and Mrs. Pres- near Boblingen.He .
tie Huntington Americanism attended St Cloud High
If union workers want to strike as a means of put- Amer-
chairman, presented a new School before entering the Armyin
ting weight behind their demands for more pay or Barn'bn October 1953. His wife, Ros-

better working conditions, that is their privilege un- : witha, is with him in Germany, PATIENT FACILITIES AT
der,present laws. But there is no law, nor any right, members, accepted the flag and
which permits striking workers or others acting in thanked the representatives ot
a the Auxiliary.
their behalf or interest to destroy damage private Berson reported that in spite ARCADETHEATRE
property, or to attack or injure other people who are ofa dificit last October the '
working to earn a living for themselves and their, chamber is now in the black. KISSIMMEE HOSPIT AC
families. He also said the new city bud- ,
get shows an increase in aid
In both the railroad and telephone strikes, state from the city. II the membership MATINHS SAT SUN. 2:30

and local officials have seemed almost powerless. to ,can be enlarged during the 7 P. M. i

protect company property and employes.But membership drive the chamberwill
be in a better position to )AY & SATURDAY
since both are engaged in providing vital serve
do more for the City of St. Cloud SOT. 27 end 28
ices to the public, and both are in interstate commerce durteg the next fiscal year.

it would seem that the federal government Dow prizes, donated by J. JEMYUWtS Will be closed for approximately 30-45 days

would recognize an obligation to render all possible Ray 'Smi&, ,were won by Mrs. in
assistance where these human and property, rightsare Carolyn Smith, Willet Miller and TWO FEATUftS .

being violated-protecting the victims and punish- Don Berson Lettow.urged all members to "DON'T GIVE due to remodeling and rebuilding.

ing those responsible for the violence and damage.No attend the next CofC meeting and UP THE SHIP" '

such federal help has been forthcoming, how- get the new officers off to a end During this time the Out-patient Clinic and
ever-nor even considered, apparently. The Justice .-,art. .
Department has never been backward about'throw- "ROCKA..ny"

ing its weight on the side of"right" disorders involving -< 3UNDAYANO MONDAY Pharmacy will continue to operate as usual.
such things as school integration. But it Osceola Shrine ,
5 FT. 29 and 30
sees to lack zeal and vigor when it is the rights of innocent b Met
O Monday ,
wo.rkmen-caught in the middle of a labor dis- : Appointments and office hours will remain

pute-that are being trampled down.
ST.. CLOUD The Osceola '
Such discrimination does not help the cause'of organized -
Shrine Club convened for the the same. .
labor . nor the cause of justice. ...nor. the first -toll meeting last week atWeaufi's '. %
cause of freedom. dub. The dub will
meet on the fourth Monday of
weir, month during the 1963-64
.i Robert W. Punsalan Completes, Cettrse, _3esr e... ' deft("; tevttes all sinners in the '
Army SgL. Robert W. Punsalan the academy Is 'to. broaden the cetaty to ,attend these meetings 4 ; :
son of Mrs. Nora B. Russell, N C O's professional!! 'knowledge which are held at Woman's Club, .( ANEW i KISSIMMEE HOSPITAL' )
221 Mabbete St., Kissimmee, and to instill J to him the seK-con- 8:08 p.m.Shrine .tHc. :1
was graduated from the Fort Cdence and sense of respoaaibfl- Club luncheon will be /$ KIND OffLOVE ,
Riley Non-Commissioned Officer ity required of a capable leader. held Thursday, Oct. 10 at the ,.
(NCO) Academy Sept 7.Punsalan St. Cloud Community House 12stare 4i .,r.":, ,- ,-
received refresher The 19-year-old soldier, a squad No notices, will be sent Tom'ana1.araIrt.r.r _: -,;;> ','
training In various military subjects leader in Company C, 1st Battle out so members are asked by "fi;'. KISSIMMEE :
with emphasis on leadership Group of the lt Dfefafoa's 28th Secretary! George E. Abbey to # # FLORIDA "

map reading and principles Infantry' at Fort :Hskyt.:!entered. ssatirte. ', date on their calen- :. sas.
of katructiea. The purpose of the Army IB Sllll! ,'')NL'" -t.,:.
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Thataway .

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Marilyn Dietrich, along with two county agents Mr. and Mrs. William Prather left Sunday for

1 from Orange County, will leave today by plane to at- Poughkeepsie, New York, to attend their soil wed-

5 tend the National Home Demonstration Agents As- ding Saturday. Lynne, who is teaching at Htli eton,

f R l sociation convention being held in Salt Lake City. . Texas, will fly to join her parents there. Lynne will
J { e from there they will fly to San Francisco and rent a serve as bridesmaid in the wedding.Mr. .

car to visit Yosemite and Los Angeles where Marilynwill
{ visit her brother and family at San Bernardino and Mrs. Jerry Ivey left by jet yesterday for

.. from there they plan to fly to Las Vegas and then Poughkeepsie, New York, to attend the Spencer-

visit Hoover Dam, Bryson National Park, Zion Park, Prather wedding. .
r?( I r J 6r Grand Canyon, and then to Phoenix where they will Ellie Hugh Graves spent last weekend at Greenwood

.. catch a flight back home ., it looks like they will South Carolina, where she attended a gathering -
have a busy* weeks. of the Milling clan. Approximately 100 attended

1 Birthday congratulations this week are being sent the reunion.

to Ann Griffin, Frances Partin, Ed Neid, Theodore
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Leonhardt of Cleveland
Bowen, Layne Paulk, Herbert Chitwood A. L Bodi-
Ohio visiting Don and Sally Cooperrider in Can-
ford, Lou Tarcai Jr., Edna Cotton, Henry Pyle, Jim Terrace.Mr. .
Pound, Lindsey Stevens, Pearl Snyder, Clary Brooks, terbury
and Mrs. Don Moorefield of DeerffeJd Beach
Wayne McLaughlin, Mayme Bovis, Norma Gail
visited the Dick Caziers and other friends here last
ft Spencer, Hazel Woodall,Janet Goold, Hannah Smith, week.
=stff+tf Rosemarie Rao, Suzette Rao, Mary Haslar, Catherine

Mi t Mears, Debbie Harper, Jimmy Cantwell, George Cards from the Sam Lupfers and the P. K. Weavers -
Muller, Patsy Makinson, Norma Jean Carroll, Gussie I who have been traveling in New England for the

f ., Fortune, Esta Bobroff Harold Briggs, Janet Fowler. past week, report beautiful fall colors, good weather
Best wishes to each of ,
KOWBOY MARCHING BAND Osceola Smith Pam Mike Charles you. and delicious food.
-The Kowboy era, Sharon Dymmeck, Bast
Dr. R. R. Pollom, who has been ill at the
Mr. and Mrs. of Yonkers
Joseph Timney ,
Marching Band will perform at the halftime period Fri McKnight, George Pyle, Ralph Ward, Chuck Ogletree,
Orange Memorial Hospital, is reported to be so much York have arrived make their home fci Kfetim-
day night in the first home game of the season. The members Craig CoojLynn] Davis. David, Mike Allen, Beth Porter, to
improved that they plan to bring him home next
first left :Maxine Antonnuchi Della Davis. Fourth Farmer Sharon mee. Construction on their new home in Orange Gar-
are, row. to right, Bill Ward, Lyn row,Mary ,
Carter, Linda Schmidt..Jolene Huntsinger, Sandra Reed, Barker, Dianne Lyons, Vera Campbell, Sue Rye, John week! dens started this week.

Julianne:Miles, SharoifcTefteller, Mary Viehman, Ronnie Kessler, Shirley Dickenson, Cathy Schileds, Ann Honetor, Ross Myers returned last week from Chambers-

Yates, Susan Stalnaker,Kay Dunlap, Barbara Childers, Charlotte Chitwood, Allen Conner, Ann Melitschka, Ron Your Club Presidents burg, Pa., where he had spent the summer months.
''. Pam Snook. Second Glenn Ward nie Dianne Bronson, Carol Bland, Jill Stone-
,F row Cheryl Hartley, Hartley, The Rev. Wendell Hainlin, vicar of St. John's Episcopal -
Donnie Higgins, Paul Evans,*Terry Stills, Danny Haggard, braker, Thressa Sullivan, Shelia Oliver. Fifth row, Sherry Heads Church, has returned from Avon Park after a
Dianne Koger, Jack Stonebraker, Guy Tindall, Ray Cody, Campbell, Karen Wilmarth, Colleen Basher, Jane Ribley, Mary Rogers three day conference of the Diocesan clergy on Urban
10. Dee Viehman, Curt Hancock," Dianne Partin, Jerry Ann Mark Lurie, Gary Wood, Pat Driver, Vaughan Hunt Eddie Ministry. Approximately 200 Episcopal ministers at-

U, Clark Third row, Linda Bass. Chris Lohmann, Patty Pow. Rose, Jane Davidson.the Busy Garden ClubBy tended.

Edward Grissom Jr. attended the nth annual
Woman's Club To convention -
\ I Orientation Program President BETTY EBY and building outstanding I of the Florida Funeral Directors Aseeekitkm
Meet October 1st The Kissimmee Garden homes in the area.
M held last week at Clearwater.The .
.Club this year Is under the The Methodist Church
The Woman's dub of Kissim- Conducted By BPW ClubThe I f very capable hands of Mrs. has also played a big part in Frazers, Bert, Muriel and Kelley Jean were in
1 mee will meet for the first time Albert Mary) Rogers who is her life as she is a memberof town this week. Bert flew back to Memphis but Muriel
'\' this season on Tuesday, October Kissimmee Business and Board of Directors Meetingon well known for her culinaryarts the chancel choir chairman stopped off in Orlando for a couple of days.
1st, at 2:30 o'clock. Members will as well as her interest in of the Susannah Wesley Cir-
Professional Women's Club
.{ note that the meeting time has met at September 12, Also the adop-- __ gardening. cle and chairman of the kitchen -
the home of Mrs. Lucile Squires tion of eight recommendationsfrom f Mr.and Mrs. Robert Crowell and children,Johnny
changed. Wednesday night September 18. 4i Mary moved to Kissimmee I committee which was responsible of Mr. and Mrs.
the Board of Directors meet and Janet, were Sunday guests
I Mrs. Robert Ford, president from Chicago In 1931 to mar- I for obtaining the
The program for this meeting was ing. Among the recommendationswere Simmons.Mr. .
will be attending the state board the orientation of members.A ry the eligible Albert Rogersthe new light fixtures for the Henry
meeting of the FFWC at Pana new the plans to appoint a Chap- following year. Their church sanctuary.Her and Mrs. Myron Dole have returned from a
panel composed of members of >>
lain for -the club the donation of
ma City and Mrs. Wes Conley the Membership Committee asked 10.00 to the Chamber of Com il three children, Jerry, June hobbles are sewing and vacation spent in New England. They attended a
will preside. questions of the officers of the merce Beautification Committee, i (Mrs. Lloyd Peters), and Jan gardening, the latter of Dole family reunion Walkefield, Mass., then spent
Riley Miles of the Flood Con club. These were answered and and the adoption of the recom- joined this busy family affairs as course led her into the Gar- several weeks camping on the Maine border.
they took part in civic den Club.
trol District will address the groupon at the end of the program.copies mendation for a "Come As You
I recreation and conservation. of the questions and answers were Please" Breakfast on October 12 .
Mrs. Bertha Westbrook is chair- handed to each member present. Saturday morning honoring the
man of the.,hostess committee. The following'three members were visit of the State President of the
u,. pinned' by the President Ruth Florida Federation of Business CONGRATULATIONS TO
Evans, Helen Thomas and Mar- and Professional Women's Clubs
i( garet Wysong. who will be in Kissimmee for
PIZZAFREEZETTE, Business conducted by the meet- reakfast the morning of October
ing consisted of the adoption of 12. National Business Women's Mary Rogerss
11 the Policies for the club which Week is from October 6 through I
had been prepared by Theta Rupert October 12. This will be the final honored with a v'sit from the
; DRIVE-IN Avis Griffen and Helen Ly- day of National Business Women's State President Miss Helen Par-

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Elementary School News ;, .,.. '{'A
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Faculty To Attend Area ST. a.DUD-Kelly Lyons, edi- very little .r :* ** in between.In .
/ tor of Brahman Magazine for his MMfe JfeMjr Lyons has
Cody Publications and a memberof made-up' gr vfefted at 54 Rotary
FEA Kissimmee Rotary Club, presented Oat.
= Meeting Monday a travelogue using color
slides of Central and South: America -
to fellow Rotarians in St. Orange Gardens
By PEGGY BRADBURY Mrs. Ruth Abbet's level one 'F r Cloud.
; There will be no school' for children enjoyed a visit to tree.These original poems came Commissioned by the Department Home Club To MeetThe
:- children Monday. September the Partin Ranch. The tour from Mr. Robert Rector's fifth of Agriculture 18 months
30 because faculty and ad- through 4 he ranch was Con- grade In Central building. t tg ago to study and report on cattle Orange Garden Horn
e' mistrative personnel will be ducted by Mrs. Mike Partin. Parents-by Connie Autrey conditions in our sister republicsto Demonattatfcm Club will meet
: attending the Area IX Florida Home room mothers assistingwere Since the time of Adam and the south, Lyons has traveled Tuesday. October 1st in the
Education Association : Mrs. Tommy R. Hayes Eve, extensively in that area at times Orange Garden Civic Building .
meeting. Educators will con Mrs. William J. Johnston, There was great trouble you under the worst conditions, and at 1 p.m. t
in Winter Haven for the Mrs. W H. Morse Three work shop will -
vene and Mrs. can see, brought back a wealth of know- preceed
.. all day session. Charles J. Tipton. The trip It brought the birth of "par- ledge and respect for some of our the meeting, they are'
The traffic situation aroundour was made in a school bus driv- ents." southern neighbors. wash cloth slippers old fashIon

schools in the morning be- en by Mr. Cook. Mother makes me iron :): ., I Lyons and the Cody organiza- sun bonnets and picture
= fore school and immediately The children were thrilledat Father makes me mow, :='. I tion are now publishing a cattleman frames.
: after dismissal quite alarm- Thank goodness we're in Florida . t in Spanish. Ol At 2 the program gardening
the s
: seeing many farm an- "", I magazine
ing. The congestion of parents will be presented b
.. imals. They especially liked interest to our local cattlemen is >
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in cars, school busses, children And don't have snow. Mrs. Roth Reach and Mrs
.. the big horses, the little burro any -;';"..-.:' "<...4-.s the impact that Brahma crossbreeding -
on bikes, high schoolboys Every time I'm out to play. ,..- the Central and Jennie Pyie. Also a lesson or
with its baby, Brahma cattle, has on
ldN and girls with cars and guineas dogs and cats. My Mom calls me to practice.Too : ;: :. e..c South American livestock. Manyof oven meals by Mrs Ruth Bes
: little feet scurrying back and bad they had to spend wick.
Jackie Asburn and Wanda the bulls used are supplied by
R J forth creates a general mess! Cartwright entered Mrs. their doughOn THE LJLLIE-In the collection being gathered by William Dummer for the Osce- ;breeders in Osceola County.
Unless is constant
r-- everyone George Y. Bast Jr.'s level one such a useless racket. ola Historical Society was found this picture of"The Lillie" an old paddle wheeler In attempting to describe the BROASTED
'a dreadful
ly on the alert ac While I am doing homework
, C cident could happen. room last week. This group In front of our TV which cruised the lakes and rivers from Kissimmee to Okeechobee in 1900. The peoples and particularly the con-
; f which live, CHICKEN
;4 Our school has been proud enjoys talking cbout the My father wonders howI boat, owned by Capt. Clay Johnson, was named for his wife. It was 64 feet long. !'ditions under they
said countries are
,weather. Mrs. Bast used these Lyons that the -
Y of its excellent safety record. make a "B".
i words in describing the weather even ;;.lands of contrast. People are very FREEZETTE
.. Newspaper advertising is,retailers know that classified adver-
We want to keep it that way. So this time I did fool them, newspapers Newspapers'
; So we are appealing to you dreary, dark muggy and I made a great big "C", printed salesmanship that brings I reach more ready-to-buy prospects It t tising revenue in 1961 amountedto (rich or very poor. Things are I DRIVE-IN
,;. folks who are in the school [sticky. On this certain non- consumers_ news! of products. in their markets. l 800 hundred million. very' new or very old. There is
the teacher asked
zones before and after school sunny
what kind of day it was. One
to please drive slowly, carefully -
'child said "A dirty Another
day. -
=r and be ever mindful ofl| "
our little children. ]i said "A monkey day.
Just another example of not a a
Parents please send your I ,
[listening. In the latest addi-
:: child to school with a coin
'w tion of the Weekly Reader (a '
purse pocket book or the like
,. to carry his lunch and milk nationally circulated publication -
M or Juice money.. Money is lost in newspaper form for
because the children) it stated that the
: daily simply
child put it loose in his pocketor first graders first job is

= had it in his hand. A purse learning to listen. This cannotbe f I a .
= would solve this problem and stressed too much. ta
Mrs. Jean Donahue's music
= in the end probably save you .
..... parents money too. Remem- program for levels one /
nine centered around
child's identification through -
= ber to put the -
folk music and this
-- in his wallet or purse
' as these get lost too. And week. Skip to my Lou, Hop
up my Ladies Shoo-Fly and a
= with proper identification it
Danish Folk Dance Crested
can be returned to the right .
:- child. Hen_ put _the children in a .og
: The main news events in jolly mood. --

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been Annalisa Mrs. ......- ., .. .... .
room have Douglas Miller ..'.. .-..; ... .:"..:.::.- '.". --..
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t: Mongoven's new baby sister, one ; : : : : --
.. Christina Bryant's black eye has an unusual dog. His name
and the new aquarium. The is Spot and can carry your ......... .
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children have already classified -hand. Dayne Firth's daddy got '
the guppies by sex and a shot gun to kill a snake but i
are awaiting the new addi--! papa got a pistol and shootedit
too. Sandy Schmidt has a
tions to guppy family.
Mrs. Helen Gill's level four; pet dog..named Chitter and a
cat named Stinky. Karl Rowe
room is happy to welcome
Stephen Moody Tony Long, said he did not want to go to
and Charles Miller into their school all day. He wanted to
group. Out of the first 14 go to South America.
days of school 12 of these Sarah Jane Johnston says
have been perfect attendancedays. she likes school fine but the
The boys and girls are day is much too long for heras
drawing pictures to illustrate she is an early bus student

their reading;*,.in. .the .basic, and .also a late bus :student.Charles L t
read rJ Partin saw a squirrel!
This group enjoys playing out in the pasture Splaying I
games during the physical ed with a rope. The ;squirrel
ucation period. A favorite is shook his head at Charles and
the Giant's Cave. just took the rope up the '64 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan-one of IS Jet-smooth luxury Chttroltls.

Chevrolet was luxurious before, but as standard equipment. (The new Im- luxury from Chevrolet. A choice of 16 tron generator, self-adjusting brakes I

you should see it now. With smart palas and Bel Airs are more luxurious, power teams, for instance-a 6 and six and other low-upkeep features. If

a "Jackson's". new styling, the '64 Chevrolet looks too. Even the lowest priced Biscayira V8's up to 425 hp (optional at extra you've ever wondered how luxurious

even longer (but isn't). There's even a have _new foam-cushioned seats front cost). And quieter transmissions. JetChevrolet could get-with all the

. MINIT whole new series this year-the Impala and rear and are fully carpeted.) Of smooth ride with Full Coil suspension. extra-cost options there are to choose

Super Sports-with front bucket seats course, you expect more than just Flush-and-dry rocker panels, Delcofromthat's entirely up to you.

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Intercession City News I The Klsslnroee Gazette Kissimmfe, Fla., Then., Sept. M, IMS 7


WCTU Held Monthly Ingathering Small to Medium Jonathan tart, juicyAPPLES ,4TUPLJri

J The September meeting of are: Miss Overrein president; noon.
the Woman's Christian Temp Mrs. Mary Thompson vice Mr. and Mrs. D. G.,Owlette
erance Union held the monthly president: Miss Inez RIckard, called on relatives in Orlando
t ingathering in the Christian secretary; Mrs. Mae Coyner, during the past week.
j and Missionary Alliance treasurer.. Mrs. Grace Huff Miss Vickie Bartee is work. ,
Church with the president. man has been appointed direc- ing at Makinson's Hardware
Miss Mildred Overrein in tor of Spiritual Life and Mrs. under the Diversified TrainIng
charge. Frankenfleld. publicity and Program. :
The Rev. H. M. Kreider missions. Miss Mary Edson has re-
opened the meeting with Mrs. J. C. Baynum is convalescing turned to her home on First 5
prayer after which three at the home of her Street. -
young ladies led the salute to' sister in Orlando following Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Pickerell 4J' D STOa
the American. Christian and surgery.Mr. called on Rev. Harry POUND
Temperance flages. and Mrs. James West Chamberlain. Mrs. Lloyd
After congregational sing have returned to their homeon King and Ralph Welch in the' lAG
ing Miss Overrein read the Hope Street. Florida Sanitarium.Mrs. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru September
i 37th Psalm. The Rev. Roscoe Mrs. Eddie Manheim spent Carrie Phillips Is CTOIIC HC. COFYI.HT-!551II
Smith presided at the piano. the past weekend at her par home from the hospital aftera
He accompanied the Rev. Da- ent's home In Tampa. Her stay ,of some days while -
lette Cooley who played a selection mother Mrs. Swafferd, is undergoing tests. II
on the trombone.Mrs. I spending a few days with her Mrs. Dora Lee has moved
Mary Frankenfield! here. from the Rainbow Trailer W-D BRAND QUICK FROZEN
was chosen as a delegate to'I Ralph Welch Is a hospital Park to the Coyner Rest U.S.D.A.G(4E.
the state convention which is patient for observation and Home.
1 to be held In Bradenton October !I treatment.Mrs. The Randall Howard family 5 to 22 IBS
2528. I Lloyd King is havinga are happily anticipating the
Robert Best, KIssimmee satisfactory convalescence furlough of Randy Junior.
Chief of Police, was the following an operation. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Thompson -
I speaker of the evening. He John Van Winkle Is still pastor and wife of the
' presented a helpful and enlightening very ill in the hospital. Christian and Missionary Alliance =Fy BROAD BREASTED
lecture which was Miss Suzzanne Bartee !is tat. Church, have arrived
I followed by an open forum ing a course in a vocational home from two weeks vaca-
period on questions relative school of cosmetology.A .
p to "Alcohol and the Law." number attended the funeral tion.Mr.. and Mrs. Horde Williams
The following officers, newly of Mrs. Willard Brownin have returned to their
elected for the fiscal yeari Kissimmee-: on Sunday after- winter home from Ohio.
SHRIMP Garden Club NewsMeetings -

In FREEZETTE A Basket I I Kickoff Busy

} DRIVEINNew .I, Season For GardenersBy ALL

SALLY COOPERRIDER the resignation of Mrs. Robert SIZES ,J
-" from Kodak.. There were three withinone The Daylily and Gloriosa
t and here right now! week, all three being kick Circles had as their speaker,
off meetings for the year's activities Mr. Bob Berlinsky, who spokeon Can Ham4299 LB.
EASIEST a in their respective annuals. He told of the A--.b-'
CAMERA- groups. importance of bed prepara-
The Kissimmee Garden tions, of Insect control, layouts
LOADING Club opened with a cracker- and care of feeding. REG. 69_ COPILAND COUNTRY LINK (Smoked or Fresh) White Meat or Dark Meat Leg USDA Gr. "A" Quick Fro*.
jack speaker in Mrs. Richard The Daylily group met with .
---E Luce Melbourne. She is a Mrs. Lawrence Rogers, with
/ Junior Flower Show judge Mrs. Charles Russell as co- Sausage. U. 5 9; Turkey Quarters. 39*
...... and an excellent flower ar hostess. Mrs. L. M. Stevenswon .
ranger. This was shown by the door prize, a plant
LJ ez.. \ the lovely arrangements of given by Mr. Berlinsky .
"permanent" flowers. she dis The Gloriosa Circle: met :-.i -' -- < :: __ '. '\--__-- ,::", 'A ,h. :':'.;: -._ .-- -
played. with Mrs. C. E. Platt, Mrs.
Mrs. ,Luce said that it is Burt Smith as co-hostess. Mrs.
most important to know the Gladys McKenney won .the
value of good mechanics, and door prize, and the Circle
using them. presented Mr. Berlinsky witha '" '
( In keeping with her belief, tie. 1\K -1 50 Extra Top Yake Stanpi

CKODAK not make an arrangementwhile DATES TO REMEMBER: FMOZCM
she talked, rather told I District VH Fall meeting, Fox Delm Pizza Pie

I how to do it, and there-by i Oct. 16th, Orlando Garden I..A OOO THRU ......... MTM
300 allow the individual personality Club Bldg. H
show through in their own District VII Workshop, Oct. .. "A f AT ANY WINN-DIXII!
Outfit arrangements. 22, Orlando Garden Club
../nstarilload. ...electric I Mrs: Luce also pointed out Bldg.
.'i....?. :rs.".:\..bud .PriceU that.the' FlQwer_Show .schedule Now is the. time to*.-- Elgin Yellow Solids l AH Flavors Super randMargarine
T Is the law for each .show, -: Not prune, new growth resulting -' !
Drop in a Kodapak film car- Permanent flowers never'allowed
are would be very suscept-
tridge,and the camera is loaded in shows, but that ar- able to frost. I 50 Extra Top Vake Stani
instantly..automaticallyl!Electric tifical CREAM WITH THIS' AND
grapes may sometimes Stake mums, this will pre Ice I COUPON HKN"c#
eye automatically gives you be used. vent soil splashing. ONB FROZEN .
the proper lens setting for the Preceding the business Happy Gardening I I III Coconut Cake
film you've chosenl! Shoot color
meeting presided over by
slides, color black. LB. .000 THRU CTTCMSKR ..TM
snaps or Mrs. Albert Rogers, Mrs.
and-whites.There's never a dialto Merle Darling presented Mrs. I AT ANY WINN.DIXII
Umlt 2 with J : HALF
le't. El'''cfrc! eye even tells you Rogers with a gavel for the Social Security ; 4
when to use the built-in flash! Garden Club that had been $5. food order I O. : GALIAVI 4 9
outfit presented to the late Col. Official To Be HereA or man at J.
Merle Darling, State Com this prict. !
$4938HUNT mander of the U.S W.V. representative of the Social .
Mrs. Rogers appointed Mrs. Security Administration District 50 Extra Top Value Stiajf
Hilpa Pryor as acting Treas- Office in Orlando will be at the WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE 01"OUlt
urer during the illness of Community House in Kissimmeeon CAN. LI4HT MtAT
BROS."THE Mrs. E. Stanley Evans. Mrs.D. Monday, October 7 and Mon- 3H EACH . VAN CAMP . Umlt 3 pita*. Bile Bay Tuna
E. Cooperrider has been day, October 21, 1963 betweenthe .
hours of 9:00: a.m. and noon.
appointed as 2nd VicePresident -
STORE' and Mrs. Fred Burtonas Pork & Beans. 300 CAN 9' AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
This service is made availableto 6$
finance chairman due to .
those who wish to apply for

old-age and survivors insurance IAVI 10* EACH . DEEP sourH'Mayonnaise
benefits, social security account
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confesso wilt be entered againstyou cash the following described real!!forth the approximate delivery ceased late of Osceola County Florida. Golf GossipMrs. McKenzie Infant Kissimmee HospitalTo
for the felief demanded In the property date. to the County Judge of said
HIGHLANDS.I Specifications may be obtained county at his office In the Court-
WITNESS my hand as ,Clerk of FIRST.ADDITION, according to from Glenn Ray Clerk of the house at Klsslmmee. Florida within Ruth Griffin has returned Died ThursdayRhonda Close Shortly
said Circuit Court and the seal of the plat thereof as recorded in,I Board of County Commissioners at six calendar months from the to the flat courses aft Lisa McKenzie In-
said Court at Klsslmmee. Osceola Plat Book 1. page 369. Public his office In the Courthouse In Kls- date of the first publication of this Kissimmee Hospital! will be dosed
few Ohio and -
weeks in
TO DEFENDIn County. Florida on the 19th day Records of Osceola County Flo slnunee. Florida.Immediately notice Each claim or demand must er a fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs
the Circuit Court of the Ninth of September. A.D.. 1963. following the reime be In writing and must state the Georgia where she played Julius McKenzie of 1313 Mab-- September 28 lor approximately
Judicial Circuit In and for County ether structutes. improvements the proposals place of residence of the claimantand
RAY to g with all shown above 30-45 days while it is undergoing
ot Osceola State of Florida. In Clerk of the fixtures appliances ed will be publicly opened and must be sworn attorne the "some beautiful course, but I bette St., died In a local hospital
Cnaneer DOROTHY BUSHBAUM.Plaintiff Osceola ,Count, FloridaCt. and appurtenances on said land or read. claimant his agent or )", or like mine best." Thursday September19th a rebuilding and remodeling pro-
\s. RICHARD BUSH. ( Ct. Seal ) I used In conjunction therewith. The County reserves the right to the same will become void according Much of the better condi- gram. Bruce Thregraartta, hospital
BAUM. Defendant. NOTICE TO Thacker and Thacker I This sale Is made pursuant to reject any and all bids and to to law. [ .
DEFEND. The State of Florida to Attorneys for Plaintiff final decree ot foreclosure enteredIn waive formalities., Dated this 12th day of September. tion of the golf course is con- In addition to the parents administrator said yesterday
Richard Bushbaum. You are hereby Chancery action No. 6525 now (SEAL) 1963. said that the
Klsslmmee. Florida 0 tributed to the new Throgmartin out
notified that a suit In equityfor Sept. 26. Oct. 3. 10 17. 1963 pending In the Circuit Court of and BOARD OF.COUNTY COMMISSIONERS sEDWARGRISSOM.. JR. greens she Is survived by two broth-
divorce has been brought for Osceola County. Florida. OF OSCEOLA Administrator CTA, of the keeper Larry Carroll who ers. Mike and Jeff, paternal patient clinic and pharmacy would
against you by Dorothy Bushbaumin IN o Dated this 11th day of Septe COUNTY. FLORIDA Estate of with
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF comes here via Bay Hills and continue to operate office
the Circuit Court of the Ninth THE-NINTH JUDICIAL, CIRCU ber. 1963 By HARRIS G DANIEL Edgar L. Grover. deceased. grandparents Rev. and Mrs.
Judicial Circuit In and for Countyof OF AND FOR GLENN RAY Chairman Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. obtained his training from David A. McKenzie Moncks hours and app as usual
Osceola. State of Florida; and OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. Clerk of the Circuit Court Sept. 19. 26. 1963 Attorney for Administrator CTA Bill Colburn.M. .
you are hereby summoned, ordered CHANCERY NO. 6525 By /./ Marjorie R. Haye P. O. Box 492 Corner, South Carolina; maternal
' and required to file your writ AMERICAN FEDERAL VINGAND Clerk Klsslmmee. Florida L. Jewll must like the grandparents Mr. and Shingle Creek To
ten answer or defenses to the Complaint LOAN ASSOCIATION OF (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Sept. 19. 26. Oct. 3. 10.. 1963 0 new addition to the greens. Lake
Mrs. J. I. Morris, City.
f filed herein against you in ORLANDO. Sept. 19. 1963 COURT.
! the above entitled cause, in the office Plaintiff, OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDAIN He played 27 holes this last South Carolina. Have WorkdayThe
,\ of the Clerk of the Circuit NOTICE TO BIDDERS RE ESTATE OF
va. : weekend and recorded an
CARD THANKS-We wish funeral services
OF to side
Court In and for Osceola County. WILLIAM R. GREEN. et ux and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to EDGAR L .GROVER. Deceased. Grave work at the
Florida, at the Court House InKlsslmmee. et at ,ail interested bidders that the NOTICE'TO CREDITORS thank our friends for the man amazing 27 putts. were held In Oak Hill Ceme day ShingleCreek
Florida on or before 'Defendants.NOTICE !ado f County Commissioners of TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. of kindness shown at Plans are being made for Florida Cemetery bas been scheduled
acts us
.' the 28th of October 1963 and AND ALL PER- tery. Loughman
day OF SALE County Florida. will receive DISTRIBUTEES. : for October
I,., to serve a copy of such answer or NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN sealed bids until 10:00 A.M.I SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS the death of our loved one another mixed four ball tournament Saturday at 2:00: p.m. with Thursday 3rd.
ot defenses upon Thacker & Thacker.plelntlffs' that on the 2 day of October. 1963.I October 7, 1963 for a new six-inch AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Your thoughtfulness will neve to be held soon. R. C. Horton, Pastor of the All those interested in the cemetery .
.. attorneys herein whose at 12:00 noon at -the Main door of dewatering pump to be used by YOU AND EACH OF YOU are i urged to attend
r. address is Post Office Box 527 the Court House of Osceola County ,the Osceola County Road Depart' hereby notified and required to I be forgotten.. :Those interested please call Church of God Klssimmee are as a
' Klshimmee. Florida on or before; at Klsslmmee. Florida the undersigned ment. Delivery to be made to 0II present any claims which you. or The Robert V. Hampp Familj 0 I I Bob :Moody 847.2816 to sign officiating. RIedel Funeral special meeting will be held to
t said date, as required by law. If} Clerk will offer for sale I ceola County Barn at' Kissimmee either of you. may have again I. organize an association.
. you fall to do so, a decree pro to the highest and best bidder for Park. Florida. All bids shall set the estate of Edgar L. Grover, de- '; up. .Home In charge. '




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, Minimum charge PAULINE SULLIVAN. ) as the property of the above named within the District shall be eligible Immediately following the time
up FOR SALE Used lumber Defendants ) I defendants and that on the 7th to vote in this election. shown above the proposals received

to 15 words..................75c plumbing supplies, galvanized REALTORAMA I ) I day of October 1963. between the A qualified elector as defined in will be publicly opened and
legal hours of sale. namely. 11:00: Act read
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE the Florida Soil Conservation
' Each-additional word.... 5c roofing full inch material suit NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I clock In the forenoon and 2:00 includes any person qualified to The County reserves the right to

Classified able for farm and ranch use.. that I. Robert M. Buckets. Sheriffof )clock In the afternoon on said I vote in general elections under the reject any and all bids and to
Display Osceola County. Florida. under !lay at the front door of the Court Constitution and Statutes of this waive formalities.
It (Boxed) inch....--$1.10 Evans IJardware. 847-4564. and by virtue of the judgment and House In Osceola County. Florida. state who Is also a landowner in (SEAL)
per FOR SALE execution heretofore Issued out of I will offer for sale and sell to the herein named district. BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
Deadline for all Classified FOR SALE Easy automatic; the above entitled court. In the the highest bidder for cash in L. M. Holllngsworth. JlUSSIONERS 01' OSCEOLA
above styled cause. wherein said hand. the above described property Administrator State Soil COUNTY. FLORIDA
, Advertising 5 P.M.Tuesday washer. Excellent condition, . plaintiff recovered judgment of said defendants to satisfy Conservation Board By HARRIS G DANIEL

prior to publication. Reasonable. 22 N. Rose Ave., against said defendants In the aggregate said execution. Sept. 26 Oct. 3. 1963 Harris G. Daniel
Je New 3 Bedroom H me.J sum of S8.741.77 plus Interest ROBERT M. BUCKELS Chairman
before ,pjn. : and costs have levied upon Sheriff of Osceola County. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sept. 19. X 1963STOVfS
CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING CBS On'Paved Street '::: the following described real estate. Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to
RATES BOAT FOR SALE-16' fibre-, lying and being in Osceola County By William R. Bunge. D.S. all interested bidders that the
Florida. to-wlt: Sept. 5. 12 19 26. 1963 Board of County Commissioners of ftmtlOBATOftS
; glass offshore type. wide.
An undivided one-ball lateral Osceola County. Florida will receive -
Phone 847.2881 deep safe. Side curtains back- In and to: OTICE OF PROCEEDINGS FOR sealed bids until 10:30 AM.. I USED
I convertible 'and Begin 657.5 feet East of the THE CLOSING OF PORTIONOF October 7. 1963. for a new model
New top
ROAD rubber-tired front end loader (4
Northwest Corner of the NE'4of
To Place Your Ad new battery. 35 HP electric the NWU of Section 6. Town- IX WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: wheel drive) to be used by the FURNITURE

Evinrude and trailer. ship 26 South. Range 28 East. YOU WILL TAKE NOTICE that Osceola County Road Department. Sewetl-Thurmond
starting run South 946 feet to the North :he Board of County Commission Delivery to be made to Osceola
8474.61 after 5 p.nx or Sat Terrazzo floors-Full line of the Right of Way of Atlantic rs of Osceola County. florida. County Barn at Kissimmee Park. 1015 Welt Church ORLANOO
ARTICLESFOR garage Coast Line Railroad run upon sworn petition of qualifiedland Florida. All bids shall set forth .
urday. Full tile bath-B/I Cook. thence In a Northeasterly direction owners will at 11:00 A.M. on the approximate delivery date. --': ::; -. '
appliancesLot along the North line of said the 14th day of October. 1963. or Specificattions may be obtained
J SALE KEROSENE FUEL OIL- PHIL- Railroad right of way to the as soon thereafter as the matter from Glenn Ray. Clerk of tim Flowers For AH Oceanians
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. 67'x135'good neighborhoodWalk North line of said Section 6. run may be heard and considered. atIts Board of County Commissioners. at
thence West along the North office in the Courthouse In his office In the Courthouse In Kis-
I- .. OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 or ride bicycle to Jr. High line of said section 6 to the pointof Kissimmee. Florida. determine simmee. FloridaAdvertising ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST
BABGAIN BABN NORTH MAIN ST. 847-3941. '" beginning. containing 14.2 whether or not the County of Os helps to reduce
ceola will vacate abandon and discontinue -
I Comba le; Zipper* S.; Tooth acres. more or less.
Brushes 7e; Ear Bobs 3c'; Sboet87e as the property of the above named I and renounce and disclaIm consumer demand for scarce

Skirts; Socks$1; Fiats iSe Pillow II; Dresses' 7e; RENT I 1 cash-or $500 dn. & day defendants.of October.and 1963.that between on the the 7th I the any County and of all Osceola.right and a political titleof I commodities by diverting public I 1$ MCiflWAY MMItl

FOR 1J $11,800 approx. subdivision of the State of Flo-
$1.80; Bags Me; Nyloas S9e; legal hours of sale. namely. 11:00 I demand to other more readily
Hankies fie; Panties 15e; Belt. o'clock: In the forenoon and 2:00 rida. and of the public. In and to
f 15e; Caps ISe; Spreads S3.59;: .- $69 mo. on FHA o'clock In the afternoon on said day the portion of street. road and/or -available. commodities.=---__ "" ___
f Hair Nets 4c; T-Skirts S9e; at the front door of the Court alley shown and delineated on the LEARN BARBERINIi
Nearly Everybody Trades at The House In Osceola County. Florida. Plat of Seminole Land and Investment la
FOR Insure Year Btvre aDay
Barrala Bam. Come to Slbert; RENT-Garage apartment I will offer for sale and sell to the Company's Subdivision of Section ACCIDENTSICKNESSWWWVWWWVWVi -al.r pr.feuien
Mill. Wareksi ia D T p.HImmediately. furnished. Two bedrooms and highest bidder for cash. in hand 3. Township 26 South. Range wt Night Classes
Follow the tlga.. FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS the above described property as 30 East. Osceola County. as filed V.A. Approved .
BARGAIN BARN. garage. 847-3819. the property of said defendants to and recorded In the office of the i
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Os Orlando Barber CottageS3M
Open Week Rays And 'S. day* said execution.
I satisfy
.. FOR RENT-Unusually attrac- ROBERT M. BUCKELS ceola County Florida. in Plat Can YOU S. Oraace B...... Tr.
INC. Sheriff of Osceola County. Book B. pages 63St particularly I GA 5.5114I
tive three
room apartment, Florida described as :

I FOR SALF Four registered close in. Also room and bath E. C. Langford Jr., D. S. All that portion of the unnam-

;. Brahman heifers. Over two private entrance. 118 South 2 Broadway Kissimmee i Sept. S. 12. 19. >*. 1963 ned south 20-foot of and alley abutting or street Lots lying 497. I Afford To I Call. .

years old, $150 to $225 each. Beaumont 8474011.REPOSSESSED 847-3156 847 3157 i'IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE 198. 499 and 500 of seminole Land
I NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of and Investment Company's Subdivision I Parks Furniture Co.
Three are polled. See at Gal- FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OSCE- of Section 3. Township Be Sick?
: verts' Swap Shop. Three miles I Large trailerlot. OLA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.W 26 South. Range 30 East. Osceola
Septic tank Electric pole; -- SCHOEBERLEIN. a County. Florida. according to official I For Prompt topolr of YowrRETRIQEftATOR
west Auburndale. on High. f FOR RENT Furnished down- NEEDED AT ONCE Full or RUDOLPHA. plat of said subdivision
92. water hook-up. Only $10 month. widower. Plaintiff vs. filed and recorded in the office When serious or prolonged illness I
way : Reasonable part-time unmarried
stairs to man
apartment. man or woman RASCHE. an
Tropical Par Ic Route 441. TO of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof strike a member of your family Phone M7-4171
__. et al. Defendants. SUIT QUIET L
- --- ---- 304 S. Inquire Watkins in
North Kissimmee. rent. Dillingham. serve customers TITLE. NOTICE OF SUIT. THE Osceola County. Florida. In yon have no control over how fact

203 S. Clyde Ave. or call 847- L Kissimmee. Earn $65 and up STATE OF FLORIDA TO: RU-, The Flat said Book portion B. pages of 63-64.street. road or how high those medical, surgical

UNTIL FOR R E N Furnished apartment 3013 after 5 p.m.APARTMENTS weekly. No investment. Set 242 DOLPH Glenmary A. RASCHE.Ave.. a Cincinnati widower, and/or alley lies outside the corporate or hospital bills pile up. Christian Science

\ three rooms, air conditioned your own hours. Write Watkins Ohio. and OSCAR W. KUHN and limits of any municipality
In Osceola
OCT. 1st 1963 ALL County. Florida.
FOR RENT$9. I CLARA G. KUHN. his wife. General Metropolitan has several plans to
also two bedroom furnished Products, Inc. Dept S-4 P.O. Persons interested may appear Society
( LOTS IN UNIT 1 1 I i ,house. Moorefield Bldg. $11, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul Box 2447 Memphis Tenn. living.Delivery.and if dead.Cincinnati.their unknown Ohio, if and be heard at the time and place protect yon against this tort of financial :Mle of Each

't '5 DOWN '5 MONTH. Davis, 114 Emmett Street. heirs at law, legatees. devisees and above specified. tragedy, even for those lath K p...
I Opposite Post Office. grantees and any and all persons BOARD OF COUNTY COM- over 65. 3O9 >. ItMiiilalpli

I FOR R E N T Kitchenettes: having or claiming any right title MISSIONERS OF OSCEOLA !..4.y ferries*.. . . . II a...
TROPICAL PARK FOR RENT-Trailer spaces for rooms and trailer apartmentswith LOST AND .j or described interest as In follows and located to the in lands Os HARRIS G. DANIEL I'd like to tell you about them. No S..4., khsel. . . . tH a."

ON 441 rent. Private property. Peaceful lake and shuffleboard. By FOUND ceola County. 'Florida. to-wlt: (SEAL) Chairman Sept. 26. 1963 obligation.
and Fourteen
and quiet. Older people pre- Lots Thirteen (13) -
I week month or year. Capitol of Section Four (4),
ferred. 8474605.
Ii in Township Twenty-five (25) ARTHUR F. DYER, SR.
- ----- -------- ---------- South. Range Thirty-one (31),
small blue jewelry
LOST East. according to the New Plat RE ESTATE OF ) 313 Portage St.
FOR RENT-Three room apart- containing jewelry. Substantial of Narcoossee Osceola County. EDWARD FRICKE. ) 847-2368 Sales and Service
HOLLY HILL FRUIT PRODUCTS ment on lakefront. Furnished. reward to finder. No questions State of Florida as filed in the Deceased. )
office of the Clerk of the Circuit .. Kia.immee, fla.
WILL REGISTER With carport. By month or sea asked. Mrs. Peggy Bradbury, Court of Osceola County. Flo NOTICE TO 'CREDITORS '" --J--- I fHONI 147-1171 147-4111

son. Call 847-3866 after 5 P.M. 8472743. rida. To All Creditors. Legatees. Distrib. -
that Plaintiff has Instituted suit Claims or Demands Against said SAND ROCK
Two -
FOR RENT: room apartment II
In the above styled
against you Estate: For Gas Dehutry Phone
SEPT.30th-OCT.lst1963 air-conditioned Moore- REAL ETATEt f Court to quiet the title of Plain You and each of you are hereby j MORTAR MIX HorotdWigal 847-2058 ._.'

( .. field Building opposite Post tiff In and to the above describedproperty notified and required to present'any STEEL & WLRE' MESH I R. A. FUtthor 8474539Knnth "
------ --------0 ------ - and you are hereby summoned claims which you. or either of ..
Office. Also two bedroom ordered and required to you. may have against the estate II. fclodtoo
house. 606 Emmett. FOR SALE file your written answer or defenses of Edward Frlcke deceased. late of I !! 892-7695 [St. Cloud)
SINGER Klapsi-Cart. Bag. filed in
AUTOMATICSewing to the Complaint ,
Osceola County Florida, to the j
Individual the above styled cause In the office = For Got &T1I <<: Phone
club compartments; County Judge of said County atl!;
FOR RENT: Small apartment, of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Kissimmee. Florida. within six calendar ,t J. 8. Rou trs* 847-4042
Machines, Like New, Makes ButtonHoles rooms. Phone 847-2198. Close in. 4 matched woods 10 matched for the Ninth Judicial Circuit of months from the date of the! R bert AIm

t Sews Buttons Embroiders irons; ,2 doz. new balls4; do%. Florida. in and for Osceola County first publication of this notice.I j Emory Bromon 847-4570
on Monograms, 110 Emmett. CourthouseIn
in the
at his office Etch claim or demand must be in II Leo GirOVfd 8472061R.
'good used balls. Original cost Kissimmee Florida. on or before and state the of!,,
writing must place
I etc . All without attachments .
H. Hal 892-1 21 St. Cloud
FOR RENT 6 boom unfurnished over $200. Will sell for $100. the 14th day of October A.D residence and post-office address of j 2. -
New.Over '3 O.OO, Balance_ now dye only Call 1963. and to serve a copy thereofon the claimant and be sworn to by; or caN H. T. Simmons, Mgr
Call 8473702 847-4085.
$1 ; house. 8 Brack Street -
$ Plaintiffs' attorney. whose claimant. his agent or his attor-|, KISSIMMEE I II 847-4819 -
j '89.86 or 'pay"'8.26 monthly.! Liberal! Trade-. : after 6 p.$ l :!t .f. name4BO address Is set out: 'be.' ,ney. lfwjiribecomesvold: according .' I
"' ". .. rFOIUS ncret Jtfock two low.. Should.:yoti fail tai-do so.. Decree =Jt $* : TfcANSlT.MJX I P"O'Iry-47.32l9 --
1 In on your old machine> ... Ca1fnow' FREE bedroom house beautifully Pro Confesso will be entered This the 18th day of September.' ;; C G Tyner 847.*487"
.. handas
HOME TRIAL \ DEALER, 241-958'1 Orlando, landscaped; 100 ft. frontage by against Clerk you.of said Court my and the 1963. Clinton B. Steuerwald LPhofle: 47-3524 Jofcn from Sf Oourf892 348 i'

Collect. WANTEDPOODLE sear of said Court at KIssimmee. As Executor of the Estateof I'J ,
100 irregular; separate kitchen Osceola County, Florida. this 6th Edward Frlcke. .

; utility room; General day of September A.D. 1963. Deceased.
--- -_. .- _. - -- -- (CT. CT SEAL) Ellis F. DavisKissimmee. SALES SIRVICI -
cLIPPINGQmplete Electric refrigerator freezer GLENN RAY Florida I R ad ioan d

wall oven with rotisserie washer Clerk Circuit Court Attorney for Executor ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ..
grooming. Two experienced op- and Osceola County Florida Sept. 26. Oct. 3, 10. 17, 1963
erators. Phone 847-2565 or 847. dryer; large hot water Murray W. Overstreet Jr. COMWH MOM FVIMSMNSS
tank; carport; Carrier Central Attorney for Plaintiff IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S T V
3670 8 a.m. to 12 noon for appointment Air P.O. Box 432Kissimmee. COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY.
Conditioning. In Beautiful Florida STATE OF FLORIDAIN PARrvFURNITURE CO.

Orange Gardens. $13,500. Fur- Sept. 12. 19, 26. Oct. 3. 1963 RE: ESTATE OF f k IGttlmom Si. Q vtf

WOMEN WHO CAN DRIVE to niture and drapes additional if IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S HOMER deceased.J. PERKINS .

call regularly each month on desired. 8472332. COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
established Studio Girl Cosmetics -
LAND) wood floors. Can be ROBERT W. FORD. Deceased. that I have filed my final return as,
simmee making necessary deliveries NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Administratrix of the estate oft
seen in Holopaw. Call Orlando \
etc. 3 to 4 hours per MAKE APPLICATION FOB Homer J. Perkins. deceased; that, '
277-7601 and 277-6372. FINAL DISCHARGE I have filed my petition for dlstributlon -, ,- KiSSIMMEE'S FINEST
day. Route will pay up to $5.00 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN and for final discharge.
o COOK WITH GAS per hour. Write STUDIO GIRL FOR) SALE: Three bedroom :' and that on OCTOBER 31st. 1963.I ) 103 East Dakin. Phone 847-4941 :
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN will apply to the Honorable O.I
COSMETICS, D e p L 75939 house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x that Lottie P. Ford has filed her P. Johnson. County Judge of Os

Glendale. California. 300. Air conditioned. Priced to final report as Executrix of the ceola County. Florida. for approvalof
;: r Estate of Robert W. Ford. deceased said final return and for an ,..
f BECAUSE AMERICA'S FINEST sell. Contact Betty Eby 847. ; that she has filed petitionfor order of distribution and for discharge ""

Li RANGES ABE GAS RANGES 1 2881 or 8474266.'LEGAL final discharge; and that she as Administratrix of the
4. Flexible and efficIent. meeting I' I will apply to the Honorable O. P. of Homer J. Perkins de .
: Murray W. Overstreet. Jr.
every mOdem cook1n need Fast Attorney for ExecutrixP.O. September 18. 1963. ,.
clean economical cooking. Man. NOTICESIN Box 492. Kissimmee. Fla s/ Anna W. Perkins
I ual controls or fully automatic. Sept. 12. 19. 26. Oct. 3. 1963 Anna W. Perkins
Administratrix as
t I
You can expect outstanding performance JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY. aforesaid
i with a distinctive FLORIDA Phillip R. Kelley
_( ) 1v DISCHARGE.IN TION. a Florida Plaintiff.Corporation. )) Attorney for Administratrix CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS.

RE THE ESTATE OF Sept. 26. Oct. 3. 10. 17. 1963
FUEL 4 ;

.... . .; Notice Is hereby given that I Defendants ) YEARS EACH FOR OSCEOLA I
THE motuhjoJL GAS IM NSVuEil J, c ., have filed my final report as Administrator ) SOIL CONSERVATION__DISTRICT
' of the Estate of HERMAN NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE October 10, iyw 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE :
.f- .
: : ' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant to the Soil Conservation -
CARL WICK deceased thatI
(. ..... .. .. ....t:..... have filed pettllon for final; discharge that L Robert M. Buckets. Sheriffof Act, Chapter 582. Florida Statutes I ,
...' .. ., . .' .\ and that I will to Osceola County, Florida under of 1949 and Chapter 28094 of
PARKS .0: .. ... apply K. C. ROTHROCK Owner and
FURNITURE , . .. Operator
: CO. .. . he Honorable O. P. Johnson. and by virtue of the judgment 1953 notice Is hereby given of an ,
: . . . : \\ County Judge of Osceola County. and execution heretofore Issued out election to be held on October 10, {
of the above entitled court. In the of two (2) AT CO. :,
-to riorlda. on the 30th day of Sep- 1963. for the election ,
"See Us For Your Gas Appliances"KISSIMMEE 0 t .:.;;: !! tember. 1963. for approval of same above styled cause. wherein said supervisors for terms of four (*)
., ... .Z.4 plaintiff recovered judgment t'
'... I., ..... and for final discharge as AdminIstrator years each. '
ST. CLOUD ,"I. -.t... .. .:.r..... of the Estate of HERMAN against said defendants In the ag.. Polling Places I PHONE 847-3524
'< ',l. ; ,I'e.44l5..s.,3 CARL WICK. deceased. gregate sum of $572.36. plus Interest Tuxedo Feed Store-Kissimmee, i
I 847-4171 892-2011 ..:' H ...... ...,;:: This 31st day of August AD 1963. and costs. have levied upon the Florida 'i
C. < ..... .11.'..'..,...."'... f' /WILLIAM WICK.Administrator following described personal property County Agents Office. KIIsIInsue. -I
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One Pelicy For Any Of Attorneys Kissimmee.for Florida Administrator 1963 Florida License 26W-2210 All qualified__ electors residing > ,
i Sept. 5, 12. 19 26. 1963 STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION Dimension-AnvArnount-CompertHvely
: (Act of October 23 1962; Section 4369. Title 39. United States Code) Priced. <

These Services IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.NINTH 1. Date of filing. Sept. 26. 1963. Truck Bodies-Boat TroMers-Horse Trailers
Covers Everything, /fN5U JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 2. Title of Publication. Kissimmee Gazette. and Trailers.BUILT .
IN AND FOR 3. Frequency of Issue. Published Each Thursday. Utility :
II R4NCE II OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDANO. 4. Location of known office of publication. 26 Stewart St. Kissimmee. AND REPAIRED.
New Houses 6547 Osceola County. Florida. 32741. ,
DONALD LEE RORICK ) 5. Location of the headquarters or general business offices of the pub- ; Complete Mobil Welding Shop Afl Work feterortttd.

CommercialStructures Plaintiff. ) Ushers. 2751 South Dixie Ave.. West Palm Beach. Florida. < Old Orlando Highway Near Livestock Market. '
'a- I 6. Names and addresses of Publisher end Editor: Publisher. Leo
JANET. ANN RORICK. j Schumaker. 2002 Kissimmee Isles. Kissimmee. Florida; Editor. Leo Schu- ROUTE 1, BOX 258-A KISSIMMEE :
_ Defendant. ) maker. 2002 Kissimmee Isles. Kissimmee. Florida. '
7. OwnEr Perry Publications Inc. The stock: of Perry Publications Is :
C ltelftOcieliltC NOTICE OF SUIT owned by John H. Perry. Jr.. 239 Emerald Lane. Palm Beach. Florida. LOU YOUNG WELDING
__ TO MRS. JANET ANN RORICK 8. Known bondholders. Mortgagees. and other security holders ownIng ; ,
t I, 11017 Hayes. Apartment No. 1 or holding 1 percent or more of total amount of bonds mortgages PHONE 8473898OSCEOLA
_ AGkKtkmsSt Detroit 13. MIchigan or other securities-Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company. :
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Springfield Mass. I j ..
a Complaint for Divorce has I 5. Paragraphs 7 and 8 Include In cases where the stockholderor I'
S AluminumSidhii been filed against you. and you security holder appears upon the books of the company as
are required to serve a copy of trustee or In any other fiduciary relation. the name of the TIRES
your Answer or pleading to the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting also the statements
Complaint on the Plaintiffs attor- In the two paragraphs show the affiant's full knowledge and belief -
ney. GEORGE L. CLAPHAM. 60 as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders SERVICE -
.. Aluminum North Court Street. Post Qtflae I and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company ;
well Box 2062. Orlando. Florida and hold stock and securities In a capacity other than that ofa
And that inclixks Firs. tlMft. Eob'.fity windstorm as CIS many as trustees <
.... file the original Answer or plead- bona fide owner. Names and addresses of individuals who are stockholders > Custom Recapping
g I other hazards, at..o .vb.tantialICIyin_ ; in ' Ask about. wFarmowMrs ing In the office: of the Clerk of of a corporation which Itself Is a stockholder or holder of bonds W
Packers PoHey. the most modWn form of protection 1 the Circuit Court on or before the mortgages or other securities of the publishing corporation have been :<
I on the market . tiw on* thof .o y ot! yew po** tx**. refrot! 18th day of October. 196X U you I included In paragraphs 7 and 8 when the Interests of each Individual : 223 a BERMUDA
fall to confesso
I do so. a decree pro I are equivalent to 1 percent or more of the total amount of the stock i PHONE 847-2207 :-
will be for the
M-"tllee taken against you I or securities of the publishing corporation ,
I relief demanded In the Compla1.Dt.DATED I 10. This Item must be completed for all Publications except those ; . .
PHONE &47-4121 at Kissimmee. Osceola I which do not carry advertising other than the publisher's own and I II
Estimates County. Florida this 6th day of I which are named in Sections 1XL231. 13X232. and 132.233. Postal Manual j
September. 1963. I (Sections 4355.: 4355b. and 4356 of Title 39. United States Code)
GwrQerk RAY. Average No. COpIeS SI.DgIe Isaue I BE WISE ECONOMIZE
[i; LUPFER'SInsurance SEE ', of the Circuit Court. Each Issue During Nearest. to i ..
Osceola County, Florida Preceding 12 Months FllingDateA. I .
By /Marjorie R. HayeDeputy Total No. Copies Printed (Net Press Run) 2357 4000B.
K. C. Mae Jr. Paid Circulation
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mall, carrier
k Agency Sept. 12. 19 26. Oct. 3. 1963 I I 1.or To by term other subscribers means by delivery 986 942 I PHONE 847-4421 :

TRIANGLE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I 2. Sales through agents news dealers or otherwise -1015 13'Ji I #
2918. BUILDING OSCEOLA COUNTY. I C. Free distribution (Including samples) by mail
't "- -1963 CHARLES H. ROSS. Receiver of 130 1683 I OSCEOLA CEMENT PRODUCTS INC.
.' i INSURED MORTGAGE AND TI-) I carrier delivery or ty other mean ,
-t j 11 Stewart St.'yMe TLE CORP. j I D. Total No. of copies distributed. 2131 3949 I II
Plaintiff I I I certIfy that the statements made by me above are correct and NEPTUNE ROAD KISSfMMfl1be
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County Agent Comments ;.

Clover Planting Time I

Three Weeks Away

: Clover planting time Is only Cheaper than pure certified seed

4 Ati about three weeks away. Information The practice of using mixtures
I received from seed supplies of these seed looks good on the

k indicate that improved South- surface, bat upon further analysis
yy em White Clover (White Dutch) isn't as good as it looks. Using

seed will be in limited quantitiesthis one of these mixtures, one
year. would need 12 pounds of a mix-
Recommended seeding rates of ture to get 3 pounds of certified
f, this legume are three pounds per seed. Unless the mixtures of
acre. Mixtures of white clover seed are only 1/3 the cost of

seed and Ladino are being offered pure certified seed, it would be
at from $60c to 90c per pound more costly to use the mixture.

This should be seriously considered -
Kowboy Band where ACP Cost Share

E funds are requested on a clover
Names OfficersThe planting practice. Good seed isone

of the cheapest forms of insuring 1

1963-M Osceola High School a good crop regardless) of I

"Kowboy" Band staged its first what crop is to be planted.

performance of the school year
Your guess is as good as mine
w football in Ar
Friday at the game
when it comes to predicting what
cadia. The half-time show included
: this wister will bring. Unless you
a precision drill while playing.
are a weather prohet, crops
The band consists of 75 students
should be prepared as beet one
from grades 9-12. This is the largest -
can for wtater cold. The best insurance -
band to come from grades agates* cold damage is
IT IS HAY-After the is mowed and piled in the it is auto- 9-12 alone. Director, John Jamison -
THE MOWER-First in the haying process is the cutting which is done by a grass rows by mower to have trees as dormant: as
step field of Coastal Bermuda.The matically loaded into trucks by this automatic loader. It is then hauled to the dryers is looking forward to what he possible. )
swatch grass
12 foot through
mower cutting a of the band'sbest
will be one
for processing. (Photo by Eby) hopes Curtailing fertilizer application
16 inches when (Photo by Eby)
. averages years. by the mkHk of October Is one
, -- Officers for the year are: Kay way to help trese become dormant
<- ".i:at"-. :- "< ";J"' Dunlap, Delia Carter, and _Juli-

Local Hay Drying OperationIs :Willard Brown, 78, I anne Miles, clarinets; Ray Cody,

low brass; Donnie Higgins and
Succumbed Thurs. Dianne Koger Trumpets; Sandra CompleteReed

In The Southeast lower woodwinds; Jane Riley I
Largest Willard Brown 78, of Campbell upper woodwinds; Joan Hag GROVE

Station. Kissimmee passed away nusson, Trombones; Bill Ward
. .i :An after several days
By BETTY EBY' field day is on a 24 hour basis to provide 30 per cent of the heat Thursday noon Saxophones; Ann Honnetor, Percussion SERVICE

Kissimmee-Midway between St with men working 24 hours a day, In the dryer operation. It also illness.A ; Maxine Antonucci, Majorettes

Cloud and Holopaw one of the seven days a week. Twenty men has an experimental humidifier or native of Hocking County ; and Sharon Teffetelter, .r '
u resident of
largest hay operations in the are assigned to the dryers, 11 to, ordering section to fit the uniformity P r'c Ohio he had been a Drum Majorette. The officers are
Southeast is located. Known as the warehouse, 15 in the field; of the material,cut down q .dd Osceola County for the past 27 working on several ideas which

Cattle Marketers Inc., their com three mechanics, two supervisors, dust and prevent brittleness of the years. He attended public sdtooin iswill I improve the band program a
Ohio Bliss Business College, Z
8500 two office workers and one sales leaves. great deal. One of these is a news-
out approximatelytons
pany of puts hay day during the man. A. W. Birchwood origin- Along the walls of the drying Columbus, Ohio, and Ohio University : letter which will be sent to alum \ ;*

season. per ally of Jacksonville, is the general -room are seen large switchboardswith : \ Athens, Ohio; and taughtin : ni as well as present band mem .. {
public and private schools fora I
showing the operationof .
graphs -
Main customers are dairies, the manager. I
before his
Ocala horse breeding farms, zoos, The basic crop is Coastal Bermuda the machine at all times, keeping number. of years reirement. This year the band will have a G. M.

circuses and Miami race tracks grass which is cut and dried the operators in constant drum majorette, Sharon Teffete HUGHEY I Ii
in the Free Methodist
Who use a special type of rye by two industrial dryers, such as knowledge of the temperatures in A Lay Church Leader here, he had servedas i ler, and ten majorettes. The majorettes -

grain specifically produced for bed are used by Dupont in the production the various sections.A School are: Linda Bass Chery GROVE SERVICE &

ding purposes. About 1200 acres of nylon, by tobaco companies safety device is also installedin Treasurer, Sunday Adult Supt: Hartley, Mary Farmer, Jerry! MANAGEMENT
and teacher of the
Of rye grain will be planted next and Goodyear. The drying process each machine in case of fire. Ann Clark Sherry Campbell Jane
month for the winter crop. protects the quality by keeping This is a water device. Bible Class.Survivors include his wife Ella. Davison Lynn Davis, Pam Snook, Speed, loom A Hand
the sun from bleaching and Once every 12 hours the dryersare Maxine Antonucd, and Sheila Oli SprayingFortHlxIng
Four thousand acres are harvested abeth Neil Brown. One daugter,,
the loss of proteins. The process stopped and the machines vex & Dusting
with an average of four from the truck, through the dryer which collect a lot of dust from r Mrs. Ernest Streetman, Kissim. The band is looking forward to .Mochankal Hoeing, "nle-
}o six cuttings per season, depend mee. Two sons, Rev. Home Ing A Cultivating
and baled takes 12 to 15 min- the dry hay are cleared.As wearing new uniforms. These will
fent on the weather. The grass is utes. Approximately 40 per cent the dry hay ,then comes out Brown Tarpon Springs and A be first worn at a future home For Porsonallxod Sorvlco
cut at 16 inches on an average ofevery is moved in the summer and 60 it -is automatically baled and : 43 Edwin Brown' St. Petersburg,: football game. We hope everyone
45 in the Spring and Four sisters Mrs. Dora AzbeQ Columbus 847-3592
per cent saved for winter use. loaded on trucks which take it to will be there to see the changes
every 30 days in the Summer.As in to 0., Mrs. Carrie Stamer,.' Don.gan Av*., Kk !mmoo
Cutters have a built hay conditioning one of the four warehouses or : that have been made.
soon as a plot is cut it is fertilized system which conditionsthe direct delivery. All,is packaged in Lancaster, Q.; Mrs. Agusta Nihzei
for another Fairborn, Ohio and Mrs. Editt
, cutting. stems so they dry quicker. long hay as opposed to pellets.
In operation for four the Becker, Piqua, Ohio. Three bro-
They cut a swath 12 feet wide and W F. Edwards who with his
Loaders- then late Mark Edwards hers, M. T. Brown Columbus;
leave it in rows. brother the RANCH AND GROVE
\come along and the hay loaded of Dade City operated the: property a his twin Willis Brown and George
be taken to the E 9 Brown both Rockridge, Ohio. 7
on to trucks to formerly as the Triple
FIRSTNATIONAL :dryers. Ranch, is the owner. children.grandchildren and 2 great-grand'- I SPREADER SERVICE I

All field units have walkie talk- The cliche "It ain't hay" notwithstanding - ;' -
al t
I ies to keep in touch with any department Cattle Marketers < ;:';; <'_ "; L.' Funeral services were held
2 o'clock Sunday from the Grissom EARL MURPHY
or cars which have radio -I haying operation is fast becomingone .
I units. This eliminates loss of of the largest industries in THE BOSS A. W.. Birchwood, general manager, oversees Chapel, with the Rev. Carl 1 OWNER )
Beatty Minister of the Free Methodist
BANK time in getting repairs to any unit Osceola County. the work being done in the field at the Cattle Mar- N
Church, officiating
which might be spread out over keters Inc. (Photo by Eby) > the Rev. James Lukens, of Orlando I L PHONE 847-3821 I

the vast farm. Beta Club Paints and the Rev, Fred Toms, p
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA As the grass is brought to the Minister of the Church of the Post Office Box 143 Kissimmee, Fla.
dryers it is dumped into large hoppers Football Bleachers j Orange Gardens JottingsShuffleboard Nazerene. Active casketbearera
which feed it into a roller:
were Messrs. Allen Doyle, Hayward -
The Beta Club of Osceola
where it is separated to prevent
Ivey, Eugene Kowolski,
it through the High School performed the
clumping as goes
Serving the dryer. The smaller dryer is 157 first of its many projects re Club Frank Seyler.Norton Honorary Frank Pyle John and Ben Alvin GOING TOCLEAR

feet long and the larger, which cently. A group of Betas, armed
Farming Interestsof with brushes son, Lonnie Branson, John W. Ivey,
1 has 50 cent more capacity, is paint gave
Osceola the reserved seat section in Charles Jacobs, Sam Lupfer, A.
Countyfor 267 feet. the football bleachers a new Sets Year's EventsBy E. Seyler, H. T. Simmons and
Over 35 Year The grass then passes huge Roscoe Smith. Interment followed LAND ?
: blown to oat of paint.___ )
burners where heat is on It seemed like an ill-fated in Osceola Memory Gardens.
'it A much higher heat is usedat project at first for numerous ANNA J. REYNOLDSThe on 171H ueclle St. after visitIng I Grissom Funeral Home was in

the beginning of the process reasons. The painting projectwas Smorgasbord Supper with, her son and familyin 4 charge of arrangements. -- --
because of the dampness of the ,postponed a couple of and Shuffleboard Club Meet- Lakeland, Fla.

grass. This temperature is lowered times due to bad weather. Ing held last Thursday even Mr. A. B. Lendved has returned

as it goes along to prevent When it was finally resched Ing was a very 'enjoyable affair to his home on George OHS Elects

burning.The uled and the workers were judging from those who St. after spending the last
larger dryer is operatedby attended the and meet- few months vacationing and
MEMfttt FBEU1 DEPOSIT ready to paint, there was no supper New OfficersThe
INSUUNd CORPOIADON a jet powered generator. Heat paint. With the arrival of the Ing. At that time plans were visiting his daughters and

from the exhaust is funneled backWHAT'S paint came the rains. Although formulated for the year's family in Minneapolis and four classes of Osceola

the Beta club members shuffleboard program. We are Philadelphia. High School nominated candidates -

were soaked to the skin, Informed that the courts have from their membershipand

spirits were never dampened. been waxed and additional then followed with first and

After the rains came the first lights have been placed at the William M. Sweet secondprimaries where neces- i

ON TV stroke of luck. A strong wind courts which will make the sary to choose their student lead-

combined with the sun's rays games played in the eveningmore Died SuddenlyWilliam ers for the year's activities.

and soon had the bleachers in enjoyable.We Those elected were: senior ... ---
paintable condition. It did not are also informed that Montgomery Sweet, 82, class, Ruth Hale, president;
TONIGHT? take long for the Betas to the more experienced shuffle- of 317 Patrick Street, Kissimmee, Charles White, vice president;

give the seats their new white board players will be glad to passed away suddenly] Tuesday Julianne Miles treasurer; Catherine

teach the newer players the evening. Sabetto, secretary. IT PAYS TO CLEAR

coat.The Beta Club is also instru- techniques and rules of the A native of Bordentown New Junior class: Eugene Speirs,

You'll find all the mental in promoting school game in order that they may Jersey, he moved from Berea president; Jimmy Sabetto vice
an- spirit Ribbons that say "Row- participate in any future Ohio to Kissimmee 4 years ago.: president; Robyn Story, secre- WITH CATERPILLAR

boys, BEAT. ** or "Whip the shuffleboard tournaments that He was a retired business! executive tary; Peggy Simpson treasurer.
swers . ." are available to the students will be entered into by the with General Motors Cor Sophomore class: Bobby Pol

so they may show their Orange Gardens shuffleboardgroup. poration and the City of Cleveland lorn president; Larry Smith, Start by calling the man in your area
MAGAZINE be- colors and spirit This too, is Information in regardto Ohio. vice president; Glenda Matson
another Beta project future shuffleboard programs he who operates Caterpillar machinery from
An ardent golfer, was a secretary; Carolyn Autrey, trea
October 6th in may be obtained from member of the Osceola Golf and surer.
ginning Mr. E. H. Hertzler. 1637 Ce- __ Rozier.
Country Club.Survivors Freshman class: MC-;
Gary 1\lesser Aboar die St. 'phone 847-4784. include his wife, Mad- Knight president; Jennifer Pier- Most land clearing experts'depend on
your Kissimmee the Destroyer Lawe eline May FMgon Sweet. One sis- son vice president; Lynn RXbley, their Caterpillar equipment because It's
Lewis R. Baughan AD 3. ter, Miss Marjorie Sweet East secretary; Kathy Schield, treta- ,

zette. Complete TV U. S. Coast Guard stationed at Orange New Jersey. j ,surer. designed for the tough Florida jobs (like
Gary A Messer, sonarman Miami, came home to attend Funeral services were held at The senior class each year

seaman, USN. son of Mr. and Mr. Robert Hampp's funeral 10:30 a.m., Friday in the Grissom presents and annual play and is stumping, clearing palmettos, leveling
listings closeupinterviews Mrs. Arthur J. Messer of 321 and to visit his mother Mrs. with responsibility for
plus Chapel, with the Rev. Dorr Van charged and filling in the low areas). Making land
Mabbette St., is serving W. F. Skinner. He left Mond- Etten Minister of the First United production for the annual year.

with aboard the destroyer USS William day to report for duty. Presbyterian Church: ot5dating.: book. The junior class presentsthe more usable requires experience, economy .
your C. Lawe currently deployed Cremation followed. Grissom Funeral year's biggest: social eventto
with the Sixth Fleetin Mr. and Mrs. Marvin's son, Home was in charge' of ar which an students have traditionally and dependability like you get froma

favorite stars-just one the Mediterranean. William pl.c., U. S. Marine rangements. taken great pride thejuniorsenior Caterpillar equipment operator Cater
During the fourmonths'cruise. : Corps has been on a cruisein banquet

the the Lawe will visit the Mediterranean has visited pillar-built tractors with cleaning power
of outstand-
many ports in France Italy and the various ports in Germanyand Elementary P-TA
service from Rozier.
that and Caterpillar
Eastern Mediterranean area Italy. It is expected

ing features coming, She will engage in operations the cruise win return to Names CommitteesMrs. Call the qualified land clearer in your
designed to maintain combat Camp LeJeune, N. C. about
readiness and efficiency while the Middle of October. It is Betty Charles presidentof area.
your way every week in steaming with other units of possible that Pvt. Marvin will the Kissknmee ElementaryPTA

the fleet.The be granted a few day's leave has announced the appoint-
Lawe is scheduled to upon return to camp to visit ment of committee chairmen.

return to her home base. May- Ms parents here In the Gar- They include Mrs. Caroline
.J 0 8. L.
Mrs. Robert
Harvey, program;
port. Florida two days before
Larson membership;; Mrs. Lois
dens.Mr. -
and Mrs. J. W. Semple O'Berry. Mrs. Hazel Mutter and $ G ROZIERMACHIN.RV
Mrs Barbara Patrick ways and
returned last week from an
means; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fuer- reshrs.
Kowboy Players extended vacation in and Swka* i..ekeaa .,
stein parliamentarians; Mrs. Or- FIOr .' lhU psi!
around Schenectady N.Y. .. ill CftInI fS! co.
Of Week Named visited with vile Walker, historian; Mrs. -r f--I . Ur
where friends and they relatives. Franklin Games, Mrs. Robert :: ., le'ngp+ ..JMk ,Jun lr.l I -- .- "
Smith Mrs. Charles Campbelland "..J r."'- ,
Eugene Spiers a junior, was Mrs. Raymond Gauthier. ,. rr.r.. O t rA'rfPtJ: 'F OBIDArAMPA ,
named Haeman of the week after .
Miss Carter has moved into hospitality; Mrs. Fredice .Phil' scar -- - - -
< last wee's game. He plays at the home on 1622 W. Catherine IMLZ7
lips publicity.
center. St.Mrs.. ...

\ The MAGAZINE for Florida Living. Eddie HarwH, a senor was An estimated rye eMIt often every Caterpillar. Cat ..* Tr* .r. R....'....
.iMas$ ... c.
Tr .srt f Cst Tr.e'
named back of the week fer play William A. Sawyers re- women in fee U.S, regularly .-.- .piilar

[ at ,his position a ba ck.of terned recently to her hemet read a uo't; apei'.

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