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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 -- Kissimmee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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; Discussed .

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Osceola County recreation month to use as it sees fit and J. D. Benton was named chair-
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i i't' f committee of which Riley S. this will amount to 53.60Q annu- man of the barbecue which will .
r r Miles is chairman, has several ally. The city will retail $4,000to be held at noon October 23 as a a ,
f plans underway to develop new be used exclusively for advertising part of the dedication of the + 1 a w s F

areas in the county for publicuse purposes. However the Southport Canal locks.It .

provided the recreation ref- chamber board of directors will was agreed"aTthe. meetingto
erendum is voted on favorablyon devise the plans for which the
approach the Osceola CountyCattlemen's
November 5. money will be spent. At present, Association for the '
This was brought out by Fred plans call for billboards to be beef necessary to feed an esti- "s'F
McDaniel manager of the chamber erected on Orange Blossom Trailin mated crowd of 1,000, including
of at roundtable to divert traf-
commerce a another attempt
dignitaries and the Osceola High
meeting of chamber directors fic through the city rather than
---- ----- -- School
band which will play for
and civic club presidentsheld le it by pass the area. the occasion. ;j: '
Chuck Whalen Steve Yowell at Mrs. Mac's Restaurantat Cody said Horace Phipps
noon Tuesday. chamber vice president, was at- Cody said the Osceola County
. lineman . best back
top McDaniel said plans are in the tending a kickoff luncheon of Commission 'would also be ap-
works for obtaining a site on East the Orange County Appeal in Orlando proached to make a contribution
At OsceolaTop Lake Tohopekaliga for camping' and that the local United toward the free barbecue.He .
t overnight and boating facilities.He Appeal was being launched sim- said preparations for the
also said the Central and ultaneously and that the goal in meal would be controlled by the
Grid PicksChuck South Florida Flood Control Dis- the initial try here was $20,000.A giving away of free trickets at
trict was being asked to utilizea huge thermometer has been the Boat-a-Cade Headquartersthat
site on Lake Tohopekaliga for erected on Broadway to show the week so that a fairly accurate t
boat launching facilities.He progress of the drive in Kissimmee. estimate could be arrived at. x-'
Whalen, a 167 pound linebacker Offensively Whalen caught two said these were just two ofthe It was also decided that the

; and Steve Yowell, full- passes, one of which set up a projects being considered provided "United Appeal is a tool by Tohopekaliga Yacht Club wouldbe NAMED SALESPERSON-Francis C. Odum, left, of Herzberg's Shoe Store was
back, were named outstanding Kowboy touchdown. the referendum receivesa which the merchants of Kissim- asked to handle boat parking named "Salesperson of the Month" by the Kissimmee Koffee Klub. Lottie and
I. players for the Osceola High Kow- Yowell is the son of Mr. and favorable vote and pointed out mee can contribute to one drive during the dedication, while the
boys football team this week. Mrs. M. L. Yowell and also' is a that the "bond issue will not in- and be through with it and the sheriff's department would be Lola Lawler, last month's salespersons presented him with the trophy. (Photo by

The two players will receive senior letterman.He crease taxes one bit." chamber fully endorses it," Cody asked to take care of automobile Eby)
award certificates from the Kis- is 5-10 and weighs 163 It was agreed at the meeting I said. parking.

t simmee Gazette. pounds. Yowell gained 41 yardsin that five persons from each civic i Revised Plan Resolution
\Whalen is the son of Mr. and 13 carries against Lake View club be named as a greeting, Adopts
Mrs. Delbert Whalen and he is a last week and scored a touch- committee for the Boat-a-Cade.. Senator Holland
seidr. letterman. down Friday night. Al Cody, chamber president, For StreetsIs
said the date of the annual City CommissionSets
Chamber of Commerce banquethas i DiscussedA
i : li.oa been set for 7:30 p.m. No- May Speak HereSenator
vember 7 at Tupperware Audi- plan for revising the numbering
torium.In system of Kissimmee's BudgetThe

i= other business the directors Spessard Holland sen- ager of the Kissimmee Chamberof streets was presented this
voted to Increase membership in ior senator from Florida, has Commerce.Sen. week to the Rotary Club by
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the Orange Blossom Trail Association tentatively accepted an invitationto Holland said he would be Fred McDaniels, manager of City Commission Tues cent from general fund and
F y' from $50 per year to 5150' speak at the'dedication of the the principal speaker at the de- the Chamber of Commerce. day night adopted a resolution the remainder from sewer.
1 per year to" help promote tour Southport? Lock October 23, ac- dication if business did not keep McDaniels outlined proce accepting a budget calling water airport and other revenue
Ui '. ism down highways 441 and 17-' cording to Fred McDaniels man- him in Washington.Also dures, illustrated with charts for expeditures of $1,780- *.
92 and central Florida rather ... slated for attendance at for revising the identifying 437. City Manager Charles

.... than down the Sunshine State Koffee Klub the dedication, which is the day system of the city's streets The millage remains the Jackson was authorized to !
:.. Parkway and Interstate 4. before the 1963 Boat-A-Cade, are Newcomers to Kissimmeehave same as last year, nine mills. sell off material that has been
;- It was .pointed out that ballots Hears Talk Tom Adams, state attorney gen- long been baffled by This Is TH-mills operating declared surplus by the city
_... 1 will I be' mailed this week to eral; Major General Alvin Welling Kissimmee's street and house- service and one-an-a-half mills The commission voted to re-
; i chamber members to elect four On and 'CoL H. R. Parfitt' of numbering system," he said, debt service. pay a loan early In the Summer .
( :
: new directors to the !board. Newspaper the Arm Corp of Engineers. "but the old resident rarely Mayor Adrian Bovls said of $25,000 from the elec'

Cody said the City of Kissim. Governor Farris Bryant has al- comes face to face with the 60 per cent of the millage trio and water fund. Repay-
.f 4. mee has voted to mail the "Whatever it takes to make so been invited and may attend. problem until someone asks comes from the operation of ment was made from the construction .
chamber a check for $300 each the Gazette a first class news- Plans have been completed, for directions to a given ad- the electric plant 25 per trust fund.
4 paper will be done with no expense according to McDaniels to have dress.

M Chuckie Garrett spared." the Osceola High School Band "Then it Is that a map be-
1ta, These were the words of CecilB. perform. The Flood Control comes a necessity and even John W. McGinnis School Board
k ; Wins In ContestThe Kelley, vice president and Board of Governors will also at- then it is not easy to make .
general manager of Perry Publications tend. the Instructions clear and un.derstandabl Accident Victim Approves Officials.
Inc.. of which the Gazette The dedication ceremonies are ." be said.
Gazette" circulation contest -is a diviskiival" a meeting scheduled for l1--alm.:=:with a :Mc Dan I e'l s acknowledgedthe John Woodford McGinnis, Tbt. Osceola School Board hasformally

came to a close Tuesday with of the Chamber of Commerce's community sponsored barbequeto help of the city administration 49, of Vlneland, was fatally agreed to use the same
a. Chuckle Garrett son o{ and Koffee Klub at the Yacht Club follow at noon.
Mr// and especially that of Inlured In an automobile accident -election officials as the county
Mrs. Charles Garrett coming in last Wednesday.In Following the barbeque will bethe
I Ray Faulk and City Manager late Saturday nleht commission selects for the Nov.
first place to win a fine red bi addressing the group Kelley annual pram review. Then Charles Jackson. near Apopka. His wife. Made
cycle. said the smaller papers in the comes the boat parade and later 5 election.
ara. The at wale critically Injured and son
plan presented
This had been
John H. had been the same day ship wreck suggested
Perry a
The contest kickoff for group
was a
the of the city admin John W. Jr.. and brother-in- I
while the sponsored by Beta Sigma request by the supervisor of registration -
neglected larger papers party
the new door to door delivery by istration. law and sister-in-law Mr. and
the were installing the latest equip- Phi. Later that night a fireworks Mrs. Dorothy Purdy.
news boys being instituted by .
Mrs Dewavne Lanier
McDaniels called the : were
pres- In this the cost of the
ment in the printing industry. sponsored by Tupper- way
paper. ent numbering system a"hodgepodge" all serlouslv injured, all are will be shared the
"However, he said "we have ware is slated. election by
Tying far. second place were "must be in Orange Memorial Hospital.
reached the point to where the The new Southport Lock one two governmental bodies.
Donnie Johnson and Gene Lan- "
smaller papers are ready to of seven and the first to be corrected eventually. McGinnis a native At the same time, the school
CHUCKIE WINS BIKE-Chuckle Garrett, winner of the ders; in third Robert Hartley and share in our modem electronic completed, will add several con- 'The city has invested in had been a resident of board took the anticipated step

Gazette circulation contest, is shown being congratulatedby Larry Chiri; fourth Daniel Reedy equipment and the Gazette is viences to Lake Tohopekaliga street sign-making equipmentand Osceola County for 20 years of holding the vote on the trustee
and Jerry Hefner; fifth, Jimmy is ready to undertake the before moving to Vineland 10
of these. according to McDaniels. district tax to two mills.
W. C. circulation he him one levy
May, manager, as presents Chitwood and Steve Gainer and
He cited the fact that the Ga- First it will "control the levelof task of properly identifying years ago. This was done on advice ol
with a new red bike, the first prize. (Photo by Eby) in sixth was Jerry Qanton. zette is now printed with the the lake and will maintain a our streets," he said., "Since He was a cabinetmaker and School Supt William Stephens.

7. latest office equipment and that storage level. The new lock will this can probably be done was a veteran of World War. This will make the total school
1fII the bookkeeping system will soon allow for more activity becausethe over a period of six months 2. levy 7J5.
Crew Chiefs Named AFTME To go on an electronic computor level of the lake and Kissim- we can clear up the problemand Besides his wife and son The two mills will be voted
with headquarters in West Palm mee River will never vary" he end the confusion If we survivors Include 3 cousins upon by freeholders. They will
Meet HereThe Beach. said.McDaniels act a: this time." Kitty Lowery. KIssImme. also vote for school trustees.
He also pointed out that the also said the Kis- :McDaniels appealed to resident Jock Lowery. Vineland and
For "Blythe Spirit; Gazette will now carry All Florida simmee business picture would to "express yourselves to I Harry Shaw Frankfort Kentucky
Florida Chapter ol American ; Magazine each week carry- prosper. the city commission in favorof Two Arrested On
Society of Tool and Manufacturing -ing features in color and local 'Merchants in town will be as- (1) the adoption of a grid Funeral arrangements will

Engineers will meet all dayin television listings. The magazine sured that the Boat-A-Cade will iron property numbering sys- be announced later by Grte- Gun, Light ChargeTwo
jerry Phay, director of Blithe Guild productions. Theta French, Kissimmee on Saturday October which has a circulation of always be launched from Kissim- tem for Kissimmee and (2) som Funeral Home.
Spirit, the Footlight Theatre his wife, works as enthusiastically 12.Coming. nearly a million is also a Perry mee. The storage area providedby the adoption of the Chamber'snew
Louis and in as different from all over central the lock Fort fierce men were ar
Guild's first production of the season as many publication. new encompasses street designation systemfor
has announced her crew capacities. Although Frances and south Florida the AFTME Kelley was introduced by Al practically all of Central Florida Kissimmee. Marie W. Lanham rested on a charge of possession
chiefs for the play as follows: Muench is new to Guild plays will climax the day's activities Cody president of the chamberand ," he said. of gun and light, according CO(
Set Construction and Lighting, she has professional experiencefor with a cocktail party at Cotton's Cody Publications Inc., Five more locks are under Sale To Succumbed Tues. the Osceola Sheriff's Department.
Louis French; Set Design, Fran- her present assignment, being Starlite dub and then attend a which may also be interested in construction and one more lockis Rummage Named on the docket weft
ces Muench; Properties, Jean presently employed as a decorator steak barbecue at the American using the features of the com- open for bids. Next lock to Be Held SaturdayThe Marie W. Lanham 43, of Edgar AIleD Holmes Jr. and Alton -
Wallis; Costumes Elizabeth Davis -by Lloyds' furniture stores of Or Legion Home on the LakefrontThis putor according to the speaker.The be completed will probably be Partin Settlement Kissimmee, Etching.
; Makeup Frances Snyder; lando. Jean Wallis also a new will be followed by a square meeting was hosted by one at the southern most side of Susannah Wesley Circle of passed away In Orlando Air Other arrests recorded by the
Prompter, Theta French; Special Guild member brings much val dance exhibition and a dance at Mrs. Vida Gould of Su'Wan'NeeSales Lake Kissimmee. the First Methodist Church will Force Base Hospital early department included:
Effects, Barry Mount. Each crew uable training and a genuine in the Legion Home. local Tupperware distribu- McDaniels said there was hold a rummage sale Saturday Tuesday after several weeks Riley Shannon. Kissimmee, on a
of worthless
Elizabeth tors which was celebratig its "more advance registration," October 5, in the old Tarcal illness.A charge check; Rodney
chief will name his or her own terest in the theater. : J. C. Bordelon, who with Joe
II Dean Warman of
Davis is most recently known for Lombardy and Don Cassidy, form third birthday as a Kissimmee but that the record of 650 boats building at the corner of Main native of Oklahoma she accused
staff. grand larceny and Eleanor
Scheduled for October 10. n, her original play Fun In the Sun ed the committee that brought the firm. was not in great jeopardy. and Vine. had been a resident of this Greenberg Miami; on a worth-

and 12, the play will demand a '01, produced in the Children's meeting of the AFT ME here, said community for the pest 10 tees check charge.Grissom .
many more hours of hard work Workshop this past summer. Fran- the group is made up of small I years.
not only for the cast and director -ces Snyder is another versatile tool manufacturers so vital to She attended the First

but for the technical crew. .member who can act as she did Kissimmee's future. r I Christian Church. Renamed
Louis French is an experiencedhand in Two Blind Mice or work on The chairman of the society is Survivors Include her husband .
in setting the stage for, costumes or make-up or stage Hillman Baggett of the Harry P. :: Delbert Lanham. Two I To State Board
settings. Barry Mount really is a Leu Company of Orlando. r sons. James Isaac Lanham. St.
professional, for be has directed, !Cloud and Phillip Ray Lan
Tickets AvailableFor acted and written plays ham, Kissimmee. Two sisters Gov. Farris Bryant notified Ed-
Rehearsals stepped Mrs. L. B. Jenkins Fort ward G. Grimm of Kissunrort
are now up :
Blythe Spirit to four a week and proceeding 11rs.llcGinnisStill j_ ,Wayne, Indiana and Mrs. John that he has been icappouited to

regardless of the construction confusion CriticalMrs. I Shrout, Barlow. Oklahoma the State Board ol Funeral Directors -

Tickets are now on sale for a mat surrounds rehearsals.A t Also 2 grandchildren. and Fmhalmcri from the
performance of Noel Coward's stage and dressing rooms are Funeral services were held Thud District, winch includes
"Blithe Spirit" by members of being built in the Osceola County Madge McGinnis 35, remains 4T at 10:30: a.m. Friday from tile Marion> Flagler. Vounaa, Lake
the Footlight Theatre Guild. This! Art and Culture Center at. Bryan in critical condition at Orange Grissom Chapel with the Rev. seminole Orange Brevard and
popular play will presented for and Stewart Streets. The confusion Memorial Hospital in Orlando Jlmmv R. Cox Minister of Osceola Counties.
three nights October 10, 11 .and 1: is only "a sign of progress", as a result of injuries received the First Christian Church of Grim a member of the board
12, at the Osceola County Art and' as the highway sips read and in a wreck which claimedthe ficiating. Casketbearers were since 1M5 and currently: its sec
Culture Center on the corner of add, rather than detract to the life of her husband John W. TLjI Messrs Fred Barclay, Clifford retary-treasurer, said he was
Stewart and Bryan streets. Sea- prospects of staging a good playin McGinnis 49, late Saturday night Chapman, Thomas J. pleased to be able to continue

son tickets, $100)(); single adult pleasant sarrouadiegs, near Apopka. Lane, Harry H. Lively, Eddie work in upgrading the profession.He .
Others in the accident I Partin and Eugene Simmons. will leatcsuu the state at
$1.25; student 75c. Seats may be Louis French in cbarge of remaking injured
reserved by writing Box 861, Kis- the front of the old garage and treated at Orange Memorial Interment followed In Rose the National Funeral ServktBoards
simmee. Please indicate number into aa intimate little theater re- were Nancy Lanier. 43 of Kis :Hill Cemetery. Grissom Funeral convention' in Dallas, Texas

of seats and the night you wishto ports BO problem' in getting help simmee Route 2, Gerald Gerard Home was in charge of Oct. 11.Austin8.

attend. in painting scrubbing, hanHag Id, Lofigwood, and John McGin arrangements.
and rrrnrilrtinc the flats for the nis Jr.. 15. To Show
stage. Many persons who are not Gerald) was driver of a car thai
Ronald Gibson members of the Guild have offered collided with the McGiaais automobile Pasture Fire Travel Slides

Now In Vietnam help in getting air coBdrikos. and Orange County authorities Causes Interest Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Austin
draperies, tights, and ail the said charges: are pend of Orange Gardens will present
necessary ofoipsacnt. The Methbdist ing. a slide Hsastratad account of
F Army Speetei&st Five Ron" Chun ,ha*given the GuM McGinafe lived in Osceolaty Coua o :, [ The burning of the Pat Johnston their personal experiences as.
aid E. Gibson, M,,' son of Mr. abet forty ebafts, KVwww tee 20 years before moving teVaelaad pasture Tuesday afternoon caused members of a recent trailer
and Mrs. George W. Gibson.2SO4 Spring Water has Mt Jo a d.*.aedriakteg 10 years age Hea wat much interest In the area because caravan through Mexico Wednesday

Highland, Kissimmee < _*.%,. 'and T4u; pet cabinet maker and a veteras MAYOR SIGNS PROCLAMATION Mayor Adrian Boris ia shown above with of the dense clouds of smoke and October 9, at 7:30: p.m. at
was assigned to the U. .S. ware has given and teased risers of World War tt. ;: ,: Wanda Barnette, president of the Ki&simmee Business and Professional Woman smell the blaze created. the Orange Gardens Coeamuntty
:Army Support Group Viet for theOtter atase. alii JIMJd1 dip.IliMri Ronald J. Schumate 23, of Mtamo&te The pasture is located off State House.
Sept.. M, as airframe. -- aikM. brat. Sprags was aloe MBee Club, as he sign a proclamation designating National Business Women Week in Road 530 between Kissimmee and ManvPKY ifttHPattNr Mrxi *n WMJF -
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Married Saturday Thrift Club

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Tom Price Joins Old Buddies

n.v BKTTV EBY Fruit Shippers convention at the Gilbert. -5 -
I The Kissimmee Thrift Cub
Tom Price left Friday for Lan Langford Hotel last week with Mary Rogers (Mrs. Albert met Tuesday in the agricultural
sine, Mich. the Duncan McFarlands. The underwent at the Orange
where he will attend surgery building for their first meetingOf
i a convention of the Spanish American highlight of the entertainmentwas Memorial Hospital. the season with 25 ladies attending -
War Veterans There ho a fashion show put on by ,:Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Aikenhead t sA a potluck dinner.
will meet with the quartet who the Winter Park shops . the have returned to their home on Mrs. Omegene Smith installed
sang with the Battleship Alabama most outstanding' models in the Lindsay Way after spending the I the following officers in a candle -
Minstrels in 1901-02 They show was none other than Nancy summer at their home in New light ceremony: Sidney Lumley, r.
will sing for the Navy Marine, Gilbert McAllister who modeleda Waterford, Ohio. president; Uda Ketchum. vice
Veterans banquet October 1st i sports outfit and a bikini! Birthday congratulations this president; Caroline Siegel secretary "
We amended the Florida Gift Nancy is the daughter of Prater week are being sent to Debra ; Beatrice Goss. treasurer; "\ I ,
I Lee Wilson Duncan McFarland, Jessie Green devotional; Mae
I Your Club Presidents Winifred Johnston, Johnny Crow- Baker reporter. t!;:.
ell, Nina Marie Bennett, Iva I' The president then appointed
Lyons, Carol Fowler June Ruth- the following committees: Mary '
Lottie Ford Attends erford, Bobby Belter Mary = Kerr, community chairman;
I, Boyd, Frank Kozma, John Milton .a Emogene Smith, citizenship; Nina ,. &> ,J
State FFWC Bovis, Aileen Acree, E. C. Gris- : Elliott, clothing; Fannie Jones, ... ,____ -",r :" : ,
MeetingMrs. ,
foods :
som, Raw Overstreet, Bob family life; Mary Bennett, a "
Fornes Wilma Overstreet BettySchmidt and nutrition; Bertha Webber .
Robert iLottie) Ford, Clubs this week in Pensacola. Sister Ivey Betty Car- ,health and safety Ethel Hoffman < ,-- .J.J.
president of the Kissimmee WomI Formerly of Orlando Lottie olyn Overstreet, Bob Allen Mike home improvement; Lida + _.:,', : : I
an's Club attended a conference moved to Kissimmee in 1952. She Bast, Harry Lively Steve Lee 3z tetchum, recreation; Pearl Snyder -
o' the Florida Federated Womer'?II had operated a shop of her own Agnes Rogers, Harrie Best Don arts; Lucy Hamlin, sun-
on Orange Avenue for several Humble, Jimmy Wysong Jr. shine; Lida Ketchum, ways and BACK FROM EUROPE-Mrs. Lawrence E. Beard and
President years, but for the last few years Best wishes to each of you. i.i means; Bertha Cole, hospitality. daughters, Kelly, seven, and Randy, 15, are back homein
was employed in the Ladies Wearon Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Palmer : It was decided to have a sewing Kissimmee after spending the past three years in Eur-

r A-T Ivey's second floor. arrived last week from their i the home meeting of Tuesday Mrs. Ketchum.morning at ope where their husband and father, M/Sgt. Bearda*
Since her arrival in Kissimmeeshe summer home in Canada. They I stationed with the U. S. Photo
Army. (
I Miss Marilyn Dietrich, Home by Eby)
has been active in civic clubs. stopped in Indiana for several
Demonstration Agent gave a
She is a past president of the weeks while Gracie was in a hos- Mrs. William H. Prather Jr. talk on one dish meals. She is
Garden Club and past chairmanof pital and under a doctors' care. now attending a Home Demon- Beard Home
5M 1 14I the Hibiscus Circle. A mem James Hookway has returnedto stration Agents Convention at I Family
ber of the First( Methodist Church his home at 322 Palmway after PratherSpencerVows Salt Lake City.
she has been active in the workof I spending the summer in The next meeting will be held _
the WSCS, was past.chairmanof Cleveland.Mr. the fourth Tuesday of October. After Long Tour __
a circle and is an active mem and Mrs. H. S. Ayres
ber of the Wesley Fellowshi have returned to their home on ExchangedMiss

Class. South Clyde Ave after spendingfour Auxiliary Mrs Lawrence E. Beard has performed with the Brenv
Lottie has an interesting hobby months just outside Hender- I and her daughters are staying erhaven City Opera ad the
I of china painting and has som ,sonville, N. C. Sallie Marie Spencer, cameo a cascade arrangementof Serve Beef StewThe with her parents, the Norman Greenland Theatre players.
very lovely pieces she has done Dr. and Mrs Ira Williams of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JackE. bronze Fuji chrysanthemums. Whites. 22 Dillingham. until Randy was voted Miss
herself. Her other hobby is flower Oklahoma City will arrive this Spencer Poughkeepsie N. Y., The others carried cascade bou- Legion Auxiliary will prepare her husband's retirement I Bremerhaven and Southern '
arranging.She weekend to visit their son and and William Holmes Prather, Jr. quets of yellow Fuji chrysanthemums. and serve the American a "Beef Stew"supper from the Army. Area But 'e Red Crow Poster
at Legion
has five children living, two family, the B. Williams.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Prather Home October 5 from Master Sergeant Beard, Girl and !'as a cheerleader
Saturday ,
daughters in Waynesboro Va., one 1 Mrs. Lawrence E. Beard is in Kissimmee, were married at 2 Miss Susan L. Chaudoin. Wap- 5 to 7 now stationed at Walter Reed for two years.
son in Washington, one son in Washington, D. C. visiting her o'clock Saturday afternoon in pingers Falls, N. Y., cousin of The pjn.public is invited. Adults General Hospital. Is retiring Kelly seven, !is now Hi the ;
Tampa and another son in Kings- husband, M/Sgt. Beard who is Christ Episcopal Church, Pough- i!the bride, was flower girL Her will be served for $1.00, chil- after 20% years of service. second grade here. She attended .
I tree, S.C.Guild. stationed at Walter Reed Gen- keepsie. The Rev. R. Rhys Wil- dress was styled after the brides dren, SOc. They returned to the StatesIn German schools for two
llama officiated. George Fowler maids and was of champagne
eral Hospital September from Bremer- years and speaks German as ,
Mrs. Robert Ford Mr. and Mrs. John Semple presided at the organ. The velveteen, piped with gold vel- haven. Germany where he well as she does English'
(Photo by Eby) To HoldRummage have returned to their home in church was decorated with white vet. She carried a basket of Wesleyan Guild had been assigned for the Kelly was mascot to the cheerleaders .
Orange Gardens after a visit in gladioli, porn pons, and fuji white pom pons and yellow roses. past three years. While there one year.
SaleThe New York state. chrysanthemums. :Mrs. Spencer wore a blue To Meet MondayThe they toured In every countryIn I
.June Gunn is recuperatingfrom Escorted and given in marriage sheath with matching jacket and Europe except Scotland
Wesleyan Service Guild of surgery at the Orange by her father, the bride accessories. She wore a corsageof Wesleyan Service Guild of and Finland.
the First Methodist Church will Memorial Hospital. He is said was attended by Miss Rose Marie yellow cymbidium orchids. the First Methodist Church will The oldest daughter, Randy PIZZAFREEZETTE
j hold a rummage sale Saturdayin to be doing fine and anticipates Freni, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. The bridegroom's mother was meet Monday night at 8 p.m. at 15. now senior at Osceola .
the former Mary Carter Paint returning to his home soon. as maid ,of honor. Bridesmaidswere dressed in a pink brocade sheath the home of Mrs. Jane Stanko. High School, studied In G.I.
Store next to the fire depart Kissimmee Police Chief Bob the Misses Ellen R. Silber, and her corsage was of white Mrs. Robert Eby will presentthe schools In Germany. She also .
ment. Best left today to attend the In- Poughkeepsie, Maureen E. cymbidium orchids. program. taught dancing In her own DRIVE-IN
ternational Chief Association of Brown, Minneapolis, Minn., cousin After a reception at the Pough- The Poughkeepsie Tennis dub studio for three years and ,..
CARD OF THANKSWe Police Convention at Houston, of the bride Elizabeth keepsie Tennis dub, the couple and the Junior League of Pough- M..
personally would like to Texas. Trump Jamaica N. Y. and left on a wedding trip to Ber keepsie.Mr. ,..--
$ extend our sincere appreciationand Lynne Prather, Houston, Texas, muda. For travel, ,the bride sel- Prather, a 1962 graduateof ".
1 ( thanks to the Delta Alpha sister of the bridegroom. ected a forest green wool sheath the University of Florida, Orricc: CMCNKV .153.15 :'
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cote in Central Florida. Delightynt sors of the Osceola Recreation Meet TonightThe man for the bridegroom. Usher- roses. They will live at 7912 Sky- months active duty with the -
/wHf . konor roar gettt Softball League, and all our ._..' ""i
John Stearns and Da- view Dr. Orlando after their 'I -
t\em ft i&u truly ing were United States Coast Guard. He
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.11 by friends[ who organized and con- nun JAMES L-j HOTCHrNSONMETROROUITA aMen
dining room. vison H. Whitfield, Carol Gables return. Is a member of Phi Alpha Theta . ,,,
*t3,* tributed to our fund. Legion Auxiliary will hold .I......Cou.INM
Tn. 0';..... a rUfo._.... Not only has it helped us financially their regular monthly meeting at Dickson H. Spencer Poughkeepsie A 1963 graduate of the University honorary, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon E.TATE P5ANNtPft 4 ...,.rNtee IP&/fNNe/ E :
Ie cNm : the brother of the bride, Lee P. of Florida, where she was a social fraternities._ ... -. & -"*- .
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..1' : A $; Ir Teachers' Enthusiasm

; By PEGGY BRADBURY By Don Moody: One daybeD! r
Over 3,000 educators returned I was walking down by the ocean, '
home from the Area IX meeting a fish came out of the water and 1 .. ..iV'"i ? a:
i Y. , of the Florida Education Association -spoke to me. He said "Hi. buddy,] .

"V with an intense pride of beingan what are you doing?" i _
.: American and renewed en- "Eating fish" I said. l
k : ,. t thusiasm of being a member 01: The fish said "Help, help,"1
the teaching profession.The and he went back into the water.i
fire of American educationwas By Larry Dailey: One day when:. ( '
? \\ rekindled by a man named I; was walking down by the ocean ---- ; r ,
Jesse Stuart who told the assembled =: a fish came out of the water and
group in Winter Haven that spoke to me. He said, "Sit on iii''ft': :
the world is waking up to the my back. Away we go." Down,: t.
importance of education. down we went under the water.i ii l i J X I tt ;
This Kentucky born author, lecturer i A clam snapped at me and down
E and educator recently returned -'farther[ we went to the bottom.
from a tour around the 1[ saw an old ship on the bottom
world for the United States State ot the sea.
Department speaking to students I For a phonics lesson, the level
t ,1 \ tos ir from Egypt to the Fhillipines. He 1 L children in Mrs. George Y.

:shared his many experiences with Bast, Jr.'s room play a game. . OFF TO CAMP Members of Boy Scout Troop 293 spent the weekend at their
I'm to Pittsburgh and I'm
ELKS VISITATION TEAM the oldest and the Elk the F.E.A. body."Americans going East Lake. Pictured leave the hut Saturday
,- Probably certainly spritest camp on just as they were ready to scout
are the greatest going to take a plane, or a pie,
member, 89 year young visitation chairman Lou Benkart participated in all visits people in education in all of the or a purse or a pink poodle. I'm morning with a new canoe donated by the Kissimmee Elks Lodge are Allan.

made by vice president Paul Smith to the Central Florida lodges. Shown is a groupof world" Mr. Stuart stated. He going to Columbus and I'm goingto O'Berry, Jimmy Smith, Calvin HarrelL Bill Padgett, Eugene O' erry9 Lewis Davie,

members who accompanied ,him. Seated, left to right, Paul Smith, vice presi- continued that America is taking take a car, a Cadillac, a cup John Stubbs Gene Cook and Mark Blevins. Norman Cook is scoutmaster. (Photo

dent; Benkert; Jack White, exalted ruler. Standing left to right, Jim Purcell, Mer- over the problems of the world a cake, etc. Then they say, I'm by Eby)
and cited of the Peace going to London and I'm goingto
ton Dillard, inner guard; Furman Partin, leading knight; Bodo Kirchhoff, PER and
Corps and of American sponsored take a lamp, a light or a lan-
Frank Broyles, secretary. (Photo by Eby) I colleges and universities in for- tern. Orange Gardens .
. Plans For
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eign countries which are staffedby It was one little fellow's turn Underway
Pleasant Hill I American teachers. to participate and he said, "I'm Group To MeetThe I
I Ethical Fellowship "People are going to school allover I not going. I'm going to stay right
Gardens Civic
Work Day Planned I II the world"and Americans are II here." Long live the individualist Association Orange will meet tonightat Methodist Building
them, he told the as- !
I helping ----0
7:30: in the Orange Garden
October 5th has 7th Season sembled group from Osceola,
Saturday Opens
Community Building. The First Methodist Churchnow After this Sunday the cbildren'.sclasses
been designated as "WorkDay" Polk, Highlands and Hardee Observes Birthday Howard Sarra of the Florida has
... counties. on hand over $16.000 in now meeting in the the Pleasant Hill I Based on a lecture whichhe be held in the Community. Speaking in an easy going yet Terry Lee Duncan was hon- State Treasurer's office the building fund and plans are Thacker building will be movedto
will speak on the subject of the first floor
underway for the construction of of the educational
--- gave at the University of House. 714 George St., Orange dynamic Kentucky brogue, he< ored on his sixth birthday Saturday
insurance for senior citizens ,
the second educational unit. The
buildiiig. Friendship
South Florida, Dr. George E, Gardens. Sunday evening urged the F.E.A. group to "Give when his mother, Mrs. Shir'
A sketch from the play Alex Hatton who the Class will remain in the
designed upstairs
BROASTED Beauchamp will open the sev October 6, at 7:30 p.m. your youth a challenge!" ley Duncan, entertained with a
"Blythe Spirit" to be present. first will work the The(IE'r until the
unit building
on new new:
enth of the Kissimmee with the classroom from their home. Miss Leslie
season Starting necessityof With our news party at
CHICKEN ed by the Footlight Theatre It is that construction building is
plans. hoped completed.
Ethical Fellowship with an address religion in every satisfac- the Kissimmee Elementary School, Gift assisted as hostess. Guild October and 12, will
FREEZETTEDRIVEIN entitled, "The Role of tory life the address attemptsto we find that Mrs. Judy Davis' Those attending were Randy give the members a sneak preview I will begin in the. early Now In Iceland
Religion In Life. The publicIs explore and analyze what level 7 room has an aquarium. Croft, Laurie and Alan Ricker of what is in store. spring order or early to clear summer.In the lot for Charles P. Lucas electronics
specially invited to this. functions and aspects of re- The group had a science lesson Ronnie Kincaid, Ronnie, Keith Mrs. Charles Petersen Is the the official technician second class.
.opening__address., which_will. ligion are essential and necessary about fish. The class is anxiously and Rosemary Winfrey, Shirley chairman of the hostess com board new has voted building to renovate the USN. son of Mr. and Mrs C"
in contrast to those, awaiting the arrival of baby Gup--Elison, Charlene Olson, Debra mittee. She will be assisted by Thacker building for use as the H. Lucas of Orange Valley
which are incidental and tem pies, baby Swordtails, and baby and Loretta Ducan, his grand Mrs. Rudolph Reimers, Mrs. The Ranch. Kissimmee. is servingat '
Honestly Barbara It Really porary. "There has been wide- Black Mollies. Here are some mother, Mrs. Bertha Smith and Albert Tiahrt and Mrs. Robert parsonage.will be sold and present moved parson-from the Naval Station Keflavik.
spread misunderstaning of the' creative stories the children wrote his aunt Betty Winfrey. Duffy. age Iceland
Works for Acne Breakouts position and attitude of the about the fish. he premises ____________,----. .- -
Ethical Movement," declared, By Vicki Cbitwood: We havean <
That's right..Helena Rubinstein's
new grease- Dr. Beauchamp. 'Because It; aquarium. We have Black Mol
less 'Bio-Clear Medicated Cream gently peels attempts to be neutral on all lies, Guppies. Gold Swordtails,
acne blemishes, dries up oils and shrinks the theological questions and a Catfish. We like our aquarium. ifier piitf hard-earned
away your pimples I You can't see it when you're which divide various religious We have lots of fish. The
wearing it, 'cause it's skin-tinted..but denominations, many people fish are pretty. dollars ire! reatjily SSfallijii
you $fia see the difference In your cosplexlcnl) have leaped to the uninformed By Mike Bowen: A girl fish
Get a tube tomorrow? conclusion that an Ethical has a fan like fin. A boy fish !
Fellowship is anti-religious. has a thin fin. At school we havean
Nothing could be farther from aquarium. In it are Black igencji?5pf She U 5k Kovend
the truth. Mollies Guppies, Gold Swordtails, THE SAFE WW
"We try to unite people of and one fish that is going to have
t all religious backgrounds in babies. are
the concerns which they By Donna Rogers: Live bearers! THE INSURED WAY
should have in commonhowto fish are not good to eat. I like
raise the quality of their the female fish. Cats like fish r.

lives, and the standards of We have an aquarium at school. 1
their integrity. We do not try Gold Swordtails are pretty. A
to ge thenr'to'adopt our Indi- female has babies., .
idual beliefs, but to analyze The children Don Mrs. Seyler's e
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and, Jmppryie() :their own. For level 7 room have .been writing
this reason we hope that stories too. Here is one by Dan- -
I members of any church or ette Larson on "Why I Like the "' : :
synagogue will be better memo Sun". $
? y bers, more thoughful and active I like the sun because it gives:
people in their own affiliation us light and because It is warm. !
as a result of as- When the sun is shining we can FIRST; FEDERAL I SAVINGS & LOAN flSSOC
sociation with us. Those who go out to play. The sunshine _
'II have drifted away may find helps'the flowers and grass grow.
& that here is something mean The sunshine helps all the fruit i

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Look for the Medically Approved Shield showing it has a broader concept of water from the ground, up into
:.. been tested by doctors, 1.00 and 1.75 no cosmetic tax what. religion is about." the sky and lets it fall as rain.
Dr.Beauchamp, in additionto Ul of these things are why I
his position as president of like the sun. .
I Orange Gardens, Inc., the nationality Mrs. Ruth Nichols' fifth grad
HUNT BROS. famous retirement has drawn some very interestingpictures '64 Jet-smooth CHEVROLET
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"THE OPEN FRONT STORE" sociate professor of Englishat vents they have been studying.
the Universtiy of South Mrs. Maitland Koonce is using

Florida. the bulletin boards to teach th< r
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pictures. She is also using attractive .. .! t
pictures to add meaning tie <
date line in American history. .' F k"y r
a 0r:1i lfrIjIJI/R Uso from this room, Robert Johnson itY

brought a hurricane map to .
Wf( (; -- 'keep; up" with "Edith". Charles t.t t.
i : tompson has puppies for chilIren 1 .t. jt'
who want pets. Alfred Moon
and Charles Thompson brough l

GENERAL 1if.ELECTRIC ELECTRIC microscopes tructed skin cells.the for organs David the of Walker children the body con-tee < T- -- : ; .,, .

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; FREEZER CHEST FREEZER lad Ivester Happy and Birthdays James in Edmistoi Septem-

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GAZETTE> .. For Osceola High GriddersThe

4 A JhB H. Perry Xew,, -. .. '

t' v Offices 24-26 Stewart Aye. >' 1f-
: l1 Osceola High School's once beatyear.. Head coack Jack Yearwood said
\ il ti / Telephone 847-2881 tF en football team will be faced The Kowboys have been at a Kowboys would have to pat forth
with practically the same situa- weight disadvantage in both a reel effort to stay uf with the
Entered as Second Class Mall MatterIn '" --- ( '. tion against Leesburg when the games this season. powerful Leeatoug eteWn."A .

the Post Office at Kisslmmee. Fla. *,__'EJ:.,,4'1: 4 Kowboys travel there Friday. Leesburg posted a 19-7 victory teem ttet beat Seabreezehas
'"", "" "" c; DeLand and 6-2 win have good team.
.; .; Leesburg will field a bigger over High a got to a
Published Thursdays at Kissimraee FI.rlda ', ,;:, ,: i { overall team that is unbeaten this over Seabreeze High. Seabreece is always up for
">;0' ; games," he said.
LEO SCHUMAKEREditor l'1JP' > : Osceola Me* ported its first
and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION # Elks Blood Bank win of the mi nut campaign
? against Lake Vfew Friday night,
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.. 136.Yearwood
Six* months, S2.50; one year, $4.00; two 'years, $7.00'.. > :i1 Drive Successful saftd the Kowboyscame
out of the Friday contest
\ TheKJH,,,- !ammee Gazette Kissimmee. P1*., Thurs., Oct. S, 1963 1 <' with only mteor injuries and said

drive for blood donationsto ed well deserved praise for the the state of mind! for the Lees-
: < ..y"T .- the Elks blood reserve, which generous assist from the press burg game was good.
Blood DonorsResidents ,,'ii:'" ',,"" '. ; was held last Wednesday eveningat and radio: "The wonderful consideration Osceola wffl work this week on
''" -- ; ; the Elks Lodge, was a most, which the press gavein Mocking and mfcMe ttne play
of Osceola have been : :,,:.:. successful and rewarding event. publicity to this community Coach Yearwood also: said the
County generous About ninety volunteers answeredthe service brought about the splendid Kowboys would work on giving

blood donors for about twenty years, contributing -- -- ,,: call for blood from all over response for the benefit of the better pass protection.
through a number of organizations. Earl Yates and the county, and though some of Elks blood reserve." Leesburg will depend heavily on
Paul Lutz of the Kissimmee Elks Lodge 1873 have THE KOWBOY'S BALL-The Osceola Kowboys gave the homefolks a treat Friday them could not be accepted for It was also a busy night for the quarterback Michael: Nappi, their
night when they defeated the Winter Garden team 136. A capacity crowd was one medical reason or another, ladies of the Auxiliary who served leading scorer and field general
put in many hours-in Earl's case, years, in organizing on hand. to cheer the Kowboys on to their first victory of the year. (Photo by Eby) the Elks blood reserve received steak dinners to all the donors. Two good runners Jake Dance
donor groups and dispensing blood credits to resi- credits for over seventy units of and Larry Myers, round out the

dents of Osceola County,. blood with the Central Florida DCT Class Leesburg backfidd.Defensively .
Orange Gardens Jottings Blood Bank at Orlando. Leeaburg will have
Local Youth In
Ed Grissom Jr. has been active in the community .
'We wish to thank all our Elects OfficersBy Join Watkins H5. Milton Lawrence -
program and serves on the board of the Central Florida FSU ROTC Program members and friends, who so 220 and Anthony Qnicola,

Blood Bank. Mrs. Ruth Padgett of the County Civic AssociationTo generously helped us in this community JEAN GOLDLNO 221
Health Department and nursing staff has long assisted Four Kissimmee boys are service," Blood Bank In the third period D.C.T. (Diversified Starting lineup for Leecburg.
participating in the United Chairman Paul Lutz remarked. Cooperative Training) Center, Steve Barren; guards
with the community service. Blood was prob- States Air Force Reserve Of- "We are also most grateful to class lasted Wednesday the following John J. Kimmons and Stanley
ably first used in the Bounty at Dr. Lancaster's Osce- Meet ThursdayBy ficer Training Corps programat those from Tupperware and from people were elected to HbneUbaugh; tackles, Anthony
ola Hospital And in St. Cloud Martie Depew headedup Florida State University. the Martin plant for their partici- serve as officers for the year Onicoia and John Watktes; ends.

the early chairman and G. A. Wagner James Haddock is in his pation." President-Judy Tyner; Vice-Pres Larry Bowen and BtU Butler
program as an Due to the unexpected early arrival ident-Joy Moon; SecretaryVickiBartee backs, Michael Nappi. Larry M>"-
is arranging a visit of the unit there on Oct. 16. ANNA J. REYNOLDSIt was very surprised to find himself second year as a cadet in the of a large group of donors ; Treasurer 1et Winston ers, Craig Dawkfos, Jake Dance
ROTC Officer Edu-
People in Osceola County have given blood, workedto is always interesting to see brought into court. cation Program.In the medical staff of the Mobile ; Sergeant-of-arms Floyd For Osceola:
of the "Orange Gardens Bulletin"and "What have I'been arrestedfor Unit was at first hard pressedto Blake; Parliamentarian Ken Center Eugene Speirs; guards
get others to give, and have been recipients to note the up-coming events ?" he inquired. their first year are Edward process everyone in due time. Baker; and historian Cynthnia Steve Parker, Gary Hilman Sidney -
blood since the Central Florida Blood Bank was or- for the month, the first one being "You are charged said the Fennell Jr., Dennis In the future such a delay will Davis. Bronson; tackles, Jim Barber
ganized in 1942. The following is a list of the persons the regularly schedule for the judge, "with voting seven times." Friesner, William Stephens Jr. be eliminated by having a larger The second year students; Nan- Lou Tarcai; ends, Chuck Whalen,
who blood last week and we feel they should be Orange Gardens Civic Assoc. "Charged!" exclaimed the defendant -and James Wells Jr. medical staff on hand for the cy Wolfe Jo Cardone, and Judy Gary Stills; backs Eddie Harrell
gave meeting on Thursday evening, "I thought I was getting All are graduates of Osceola convenience of all donors present. Tyner will act as assistants to Earl Johns, Steve YoweU Robert
recognized. They are Edward J. Holt, Patricia Hig- Oct. 3, at 7:30. After the business paid." High School. Exalted Ruler Jack White add the coordinator. V. Kauffman. Magnagbi.l

man, Fred Ward, Mildred Ward, Bobby Smith, Gary session, there will be a discussionby '--"u'.'..'.'. ..'.....'...,............... ......... . .u.u.u ..u................................... ..."............ ._w..................................'"............"......w..w....."'.......m.. ... ......... .......... ....... --,.__. -_. .
Mr. Howard A. Sam on the ,(, + ;v : :
Atherton, Elinore Bronson, Lillian C. Smith, Lewis L c.
pitfalls on many insurance policiessold _______
Johnson, Archie Conner, Glorida Mendel, Horace E. through fraudulent adver-

Phipps, Frank Day, Marshall Partin, Greene A.Jones, tising and high-pressure salesman-
Velma K. Morris, Glen Haggard, Lee Whalin, Earl ship. This will be followed by a
question and answer period which
: Murphy, Lena A. Kilcoyne William H. Wiswall, Ray- should prove to be both timely] Success cai 64 edition

mond E. Seiford, Robert Thurber, Calvin McMillen, and interesting.After v. j \f*. ..V y .Vv .-.f ....-V f *. -. .vv. SKv3'X s X : >.
Jr., George S. Pankey, Lawrence E. Wheeler, ClydeH. this .discussion period, the

Smith,'Jean Haggard, Helen Wade, Jack Emmons Footlight Theatre Guild will givea
brief sketch of the play "Blithe ) b
and Darrell E. Rogers. Spirit" which will be presentedOct.llandl2inthenewKissim > -

Also John D. Davis Jr., Pete and Karon Steeves,

William Kritz, Billy Williams, Bill Downey, Dot mee Art &: Cultural Center.'
And last, but not least, there
Crum, Ell Sprinkle Irene Reitz, Phil Patrick, Bob will be refreshments served by L

Bowen,Jimmy Dominy, J. C. Clemons, Elsie L. Walls, Hostesses Mrs. Charles Peterson

Frank Gaines, Whitney Abell, Bob and Mary Amster, Mrs. Rudolph Reimers, Mrs. Al-
bert Tiahrt and Mrs. Robert
Dr. Joe and Bridget Gainer, Dick Appelbaum, Ken Duff)'. .. . ...... :- :: :-
Mills, Jacob C. Bill, Cecil T. Carter, Waring C. Partridge -. j '- '. -' _-

Alva G.-Henderson Patricia. A. Mack. Another,:project to which parties. ::-: : ; k \ i;
Muriel Jonathon. Medlock Neil u1i-' ttent1o should be called is -. \ .. -
Also Rooney \ -" *
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Wi-Romacfc,,.Louis C. Hinckley, William M. Ritter, the 'Commtinity"House Bldg. The 4._... ....... .. t N. .- >
Corris M. Lambert, Robert L. Eby, Merton V. Dil- library is filled with books which .. .-
lard, Jarrell C. Jones, Bob Makinson, Jimmy Cole- should appeal to all ages of read- -' -- ; '-

ers, and more readers are invitedto . . .
man and Larry Blankenship.A .
avail themselves of the lending :.. 1 4- .
total of over 70 pints of blood given because services. A large measure of -. ....- .- --7 .

these people wanted to help others.A the success of this project is dueto

worthy contribution, it goes without saying. the workers who so generously
contribute their time and servicesto 1 ,
this worthwhile project. _j *

: Season To *
-0.' Hunting OpenIf Mrs. Karl L Schilling has returned -
to her home on 1719,Catherine -
you pass a hardware store window display today St. after visiting her son

you'll see shotguns, rifles, shells and other huntinggear in Marthas Vineyard, Mass. tiji: f..:::...... .,..... :..:.'",:, . .' .- .
on display, a sure sign that the hunting seasonis i Hii1ii@ M hW_t:,:;:_.: xEi:_:::...;:._:;.;:::: ;:::::;::::;: ::::;;;:::i,::; : .ii l::;;: t:;:.:(;:/.::;. :'3.iuicikt1: ;:: .;:.:.:,.: :;: .L;.:::.:: ;.....;.:::b;; .mow: :.:::..:;.............'. :.........N.N..A....'.+:Af "'w..:-...'........ .,.....,"->.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Taylor
about to open. have returned to their home on

W. B. Makinson local sportsman who founded the 1607 Orange Blvd. after spendingthe The car that answers the question It wasn't easy, topping our super- stability 389-cu. in. Trophy V-8 powerin

Boat-a-Cade fourteen years ago and an avid hunter, summer months up North. successful '63. But we did it, with trim every model Isn't this what other
model what the
"After their 63 in
says that game this year looks to him as though it is
and Clark
Miss Florence May new styling handsome new interiors cars wish they looked and acted like
more plentiful than at any time during the past fifteen returned home last week after "
world will Pontiac do for 64?
years. spending a few days in St. Peters- a smoother, quieter ride Wide-Track and don't? '64 Pontiac Pontiacf'

Makinson says signs indicate a bumper crop of burg. _"""" .,.,.....v ..........""."'...,.<..............<"' ......... ... ........ ....... .......w.w...:.:.:.:.,.:.:.:_:.>:..w.....'.,.,.......-.,.:.:.:.:.:.:. .w... :'...'.'.:.:'.,.:.:>>:.:.:<.".' ....,;.....,,'....,:.,..':'."...../'::'. '. ">:'. .'.:.':.z.:....:--i:w... -..'d'0';'.. .. .. <..w:.._; .' /.,.,.......'.. -. '.<
deer, turkey, squirrel, and quail awaiting hunters Miss Elsie McPherson has returned -- 'a11tJ -
who in turn waiting for the to in No- home after visiting in the %$< / <% : ;;
are season open -- .... 4 <,1
vember. vicinity Mr. and of Mrs.Portsmouth James, D.Va.Spence : : \!{ -C -: -- .: :f: : ; --. -:.- ;'f : ): : -.

A Welcome Rain returned home after a short visitto kind Pontiac.JL : ;;
wIiQlelnew ,
St. Petersburg last week. :: : a:.:. : : : :.:;;) :..; : .

There's a hint of fall and football in the air following f'S f s\' *? ''fr/fy v ; ; ?, &Q ,' ''' ', $&
B. Lenved returned -
Mr. A. ,
the weeklong seige of showers, welcome as they home after being a guest of Mr. '. x ', I
were. Poindexter of Leesburg last week I Ir'

Jim Smith, the county agricultural agent, estimated end. (
the rain was worth a million dollars and bene- ONCE OVER LIGHTLY:

fitted everyone, from yardman to grove owner. Riley The teacher wrote on the black-
Miles, chairman of the Central and South Florida board: "I ain't had no fun all
Flood Control District, saw it from a different angle. summer. \
Then she asked a youngster in /
"It gives us a chance to work with a shortage of the front row: "Harry what

water rather than an overflow," Riley says, referringto should I do to correct that?"
the summer-long drought. He was in Washington "Maybe" he suggested helpfully \ i
"you should get a boy friend-
Tuesday along with other flood control officials, in -

an effort to get more appropriations from the federal The man worked hard for his

government for flood control work. candidate during the election and

The rain also will be beneficial to persons who I x.:.',.
: School Board ::=::"':::" .
5: make the 14th annual Boat-a-Cade; which starts '

;3 October 21 and is one of the big events of the season l Approves; PlansThe e11::' : .

: locally.. _ _ I;;:.:("
school board has approved '
faaal plans for an addition to I ;;'>;'::.

Jose Jardin Spoke KWmmee Highlands Elementary ":<'.. .
I School and purchased some furniture ::; ., '
;;:.i. .
; lor the new science wing at :: .
:. To OHS Beta Club Osceela, Junior High. I '

The tlans, drawn by Architect
Charles Parsons now go to state .
The Osceola High School significant of the 22 Brazilian school officials in Tallahasseefor : "; "f. .' .,. .,,: '. :.
;; 1W ;
Beta Club met at the school states and he pointed out the approval. "\\24<." v'; 'P i"i .' ". i<'j"'U;;

laM Tytiday evening for their star that represented Brasilia The adefckm to the school in-

_ tint pragMnuned meeting. After :- the capital. A PROGRES-bend of chkUc a sbc-classroom wing and If you've been buying the same What's new with Tempest for '64? Prac- pension new brakes new steering _
&*%Mtaa I --c was over Jose words, ORDEM E a buBding: housing a library andadmtnialiattve
Janttv! 1 tile guest SP**** ... SO. encircle the flag. This suite. The library time after time tically everything. New 215-cubic inch new frame If a car like this won't
took fhrt floor.Joa . the country's motto mean is dealsjMd, to meet level two low-priced car '.
*. the foreign exchange ORDER AND PROGRESS. .i_ jiem ntr This is second in-line a longer,roomier body a wider break that habit, nothing will. Check

_ _ J student from Brazil, opened The Beta Club also saw from' the tap te school accredita- get ready to break. th'bi: L Wide-Track smooth-riding susyour dealer! '64 Pontiac Tempest
his talk by aboving his COMB-Jose's school pee aat, which tkm new
try's flag and ...*., hc the 'rtore\ than 1MO 'BrasfOaa students The SLhail board also feeided I, PONTIAC DEALER
various colored portions>> of tt. also prodvly that bsa* *r the structure* wmOd
"The green baekground," be attends school in Sao Paulo, be opened am Nev. 5 a d thevunipiim -
said "signifies our green v .... a city at about roar million *rte we *d fee set at :
tation. The fold stands for InhabiUUnts. which Is the May 1* Mt ROONEY PONTIAC INC.
my country's riches, and the eapIta1-Of the Brazilian state :The bead also purr-hint, far ,
blue is the sky." by the same name.To enhance the Science Wing 88 atedeHtchain - .. 1 0 HHMiTT STREET KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
_ _ Jose explained that the a Us talk I UK showed nomer and eight teachers chain
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'I f The_KlinvneeGazette, Kissimmee,_ f*., Thar, Oct. S. 1961 'I

i Honor Presidents I I Dinner Planned By ASE ,,'' GRITS or MEA .. 50 Extra Top Yabe Sfcmps

Wednesday October ninth, will WITH THtt COUPON AND PURCHASE awe
be Past Presidents' Night for the e rnoxcN SOUTH CAN
Ladies Auxiliary of the Ksimnee Christian ChurcH 5 Lb 19 [Limit 1 of Chocolate CkCOOO (,

Elks. The evening is scheduled k Bag each, please] TMKU ee.o.i..rwpp.
to begin at seven p.m. with '
a pot luck supper for.all auxiliary ST. CU>UD-Mrs. John Mutter the old fashioned Singspiration at % SAVE 8* EACH . LIBBY'S YELLOW CLING AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
members and their husbands Inhe is in charge of arrangements for the afternoon service. % 7)
Elks' dining room. At seven I the fellowship dinner to be held The Reverend Arnold K. Pressey Peaches 4No$1
forty-five Mrs. Frank Broyles. Rally Day (Sunday* on the pastor, hopes to break all .' .
President, will conduct a meeting, grounds at First Christian Church. attendance records and announces SAVE 5* EACH . LIBBY'S FRUIT
of the Board of Directors, followed Mrs. Frank Rowe is in charge ofWoman's there will be no evening services.At 1' '
by the regular business session. -, a meeting of the Ladies Fellowship Cocktail 5 c'Ss1.. se TM r sa
I last week, an announce wm nuz camor iwo nMO sd ov
ment was made that the ladies .
ro .s. r.ets aoLo Kiwo
The highlight of the evening To now have enough money to pur- FOoD tS Sweet Peas 5 J.% $1. HttsM Pippiss.eoo
calls for the introduction by Mrs. Hold Annual TeaMrs. chase a sink for the new kitchen STO ...
Broyles of the auxiliary's former This project has been underwayfor rwRu ecro.u
presidents, Mesdames Jack C W. C. Conley presidedover some time and was called the QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED SAVE 31 EACH LIBBY'S WHOLE KERNEL or GOLDEN AR ANY WIHN-DIXIE
1 White, John Carroll Jr., Paul the meeting of the Kissim. sink fund.' PRICES GOOD THRU OCTOBER Cream Corn 6 CANS 303 $1 72u
Smith, John Davis Jr., Harvey mee Woman's dub Tuesday The group is planning to senda WINN-BUDI rrou*. DM.-COPYRIGHT: .
Breedlove, Nels Jensen, Jack when the opening meeting of the box of clothing to a mission
i Crum, Walter Melitsfaka, Bodo season was held.A field and expect to complete the
Kirchhoff, and the auxiliary's first rising vote of thanks was collection and ship it in' two
given the house committee which weeks. Ethel Davidson is in .
president Mrs. Phillip R. Kelley, Mrs. .
i elected at its institution ten years had spent so much time shop charge of this project and will i -
the beautifulnew
ago. ping and hanging welcome donations.
draperies. Homebuilders Cass will meet
Mrs. Ellis Davis, chairman of
the membership tea, invited all Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the homeof
Miss Frances Rawlings, 300
Eastern Star To members and prospective mem-
California Ave. This is 'pound
bers to the tea to be held at her
Honor MembersThe party-one cent for each pounda
home Friday afternoon from 3 to
5. member weighs. The pennieswill
Kissimmee chapter 62, Order Mrs. George Gordner presented go to finance the next class
of the Eastern Star, will hold and accompanied Mrs. Sam project-cushions for the classroom -
their first meeting following the Prather' who sang "Autumn chairs.Current "
project ,of the Helpmates
summer recess ,on Tuesday, October Leaves.
T. J..Cunningham of the Flood Class are the new book-
8th, at 8 p.m. in the Masonic
Temple on Dakin Ave. Control District spoke on the shelves in the largest room of the SIRLOIN OR FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND t
many benefits to the public from church annex. The shelves will
Thelma Rolls, worthy matronand l the flood control projects, con- soon be completed and a church
l Carl Riedel, worthy patron, servation of wild life and the library will be a reality in the Steaks LB. 881 f
,li i will honor chapter members Lulu I purchase of land for recreation near future..
Overstreet, past grand electra,, and conservation.
and Mary Gardner, past grant Hostesses' were Mrs. Bertha
organist of the Grand Chapter ol. Westbrook chairman; Mrs. K. Shingle Creek t ,
Florida.All N. White, Mrs. Roy Prentis, Mrs. Steaks
Emily Bast, Mrs. A. Higbie, Church ActivitiesA ti S. : LB. 981
members and visiting Star Mrs. L. L. Lane, Mrs. H. A. .
are invited to help in bonorini! Strasser, Mrs Charles Tindall, group of the "Friendly] VIS- ] . FLAVORFUL CLOSE TRIMMED CHUCK
these members. and Mrs. J. J. Tyson. itors" met at the home of Mr. J
and Mrs.-C. Leslie King on Monday -

; for visitation evening. Plans under were the --leader-made REGULAR 49, . COPILAND Roas t LB. 4 91 :

.j-- ship of Mrs. Joe Overstreet. Miss e e
Elaine Knight and Curtis Heath Pork Sausage B'f'c 391 LEAN, MEATY BEEF SHORT
presented the which
A Family Matter program con-

sisted of Bible charades. They REGULARLY 29* EACH . Bologna, Pickl. loaf. Ch es.. Souce, Oliv. Rib
assisted Mrs. Mrs. 3 91
were by King. LB.
1 The family alone should select the King and Mrs. Overstreet served S 11
refreshments.The Lunch Meat 2 -. 49
funeral director who, in their opinion Woman's Society of Chris- EXTRA LEAN, FRESH GROUND

will serve them best. Obvious tian Service will meet next Tues- COPELAND

F : this decision should be made day evening (Oct. 8th) at the Beef. 5 LB. $199
home of Rev. and Mrs. W. P. All Meat Franks 39 PKG.APPLES ,
11Iy outside influence or pres- Hanks, 1709 Orange Blvd. at 7:30 s& ; .

. Choosing a funeral director p.m. Following a short business
meeting, with
a dealing
program .
always be strictly a family mission work in Southern Asia lit! i' ; < v -"III&trn1tl.flo; r1Dl! --;'"
EdtR. will be given. The devotions will
THE OftDEft matter. be given by Mrs. Frank Dawson. i
OfM' The : Fancy Red Jonathon --I
-- Pastor W. P. Hanks, will .
GOLDEN RUtS be speaking on the "Glory of the 50 Extra Top VaheSUnWWITH
RIEDELIO7 Church" next Sunday at 10:20 THIS COUPON AND PURCHAK
a.m. worship hour. The sacramentof THftiK O' SKA
',. ._ _&. _A'O..l- The Lord's Supper will be ad- rflshsti ks
.. 2' HOUR "
; .J lU'l. 'lae ministered in keeping with World-

I 'Sf_,:' ,,,,<.0(. ,,..",>;;lI4fW',_ ;..> FLORIDA -Mrs., W.R. Houston will leadin 7J AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
.l(4." \, ,! the second study of "Our Mission
M7-31S8 Plume: service.Today" at the '6:30 p.m. I1: 1 5 B'f' ; 49

Iii i in Committee MeetsThe FRESH FLORIDA 50 Extra Tai Vtht Stints m
Osceola Democratic
: County Fancy Red Tokay
Executive Committee will hole Pica rHOI IN
1 their regular monthly meeting Byron's Bar- -Quo
Saturday morning, October 5th, at EGG
1 10 a.m. at l1rs.Iac's Restau- .
1 -

d i 2 7 9? 2 2 9 "" HH H B H

doz. : LeS. ? 50 Eitri THIS COUPON T&p Yike AND PURCHASE SUmiiITH OF

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12 IB. CAPACITY Juice I- 46-ox. CAN 191 1 i !

d 50 Extra Tn Yaf.e StallM

GtNERAi H I II 4 9 i Spanish 0000 TM"U terete Peanuts.THAT

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SAVE 20 EACH . ALL PURPOSE Limit one please.
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6 The Klsxinunre Gaxrttr. Kiftslinmre, FUu, Thurs.. Oe:. 3. 1963 OF ADMINISTRATRIX! the estate of Lawrence Kenneth I IRamsby will become voMThta 8CCOI'dIa& to law
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN deceased late of Chebaar- a0: U8.
that I have filed my final return as pan County. State of Michigan to 3ertrha. .
Administratrix of the estate of he County Judge of Osceola County AIIcIIIIII7 t.1UrIx ofjynuiu.
Homer J. Perkins. deceased: thatI at his office in the Courthouse tale __ d r' .
have filed my petition for distribution at Kissimmee. Florida within six Kdnetl RasrNT tccwed."Jackson's" .
i and for final discharge. months from the date of the tint Phillip a. Kcttty
and that on OCTOBER 31st. 1963.I publication of this Notice. Each Pod office BOX an.KissUnmee .
will apply to the Honorable O. claim or demand must be In writ- FtorMc
: P. Johnson. County Judge of Osccola Inn and must state the place of Attorney for Ancillary
t County. Florida for approval x residence ot the claimant and must AdministratrixOct.
of said final return and for an be sworn to by the claimant his I 3. 10 17. 3*. 1965
order of distribution and for discharge agent or attorney, or the same I r
as Administratrix of the
estate of Homer J. Perkins. deceased.
September 18. 1963.
./ Anna W. Perkins
Anna W. PerkinsAdministratrix

.-" Phillip R Kelley aforesaid
P.O. Box 331Kissimmee
Florida MINIT.
Attorney for Administratrix :-
1y Sept 26. Oct. 3. 10. 17. 1963

EDGAR L .GROVER. Deceased.



hereby notified and required to OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY -
present any claims which you. or
__ either of you. may have against PRICES GOOD: THURS., FRI. 3AT. SUN.
the estate of Edgar L. Grover. deceased
late of Osceola County. Florida a......................................
to the County Judge of said
house at KIs.lmmee. Florida withIn
six calendar months from the-' shows his pleasure with the All Florida magazine whichis
date of the first publication of this ICE CREAM
notice. Each claim or demand must being included in the Kissimmee Gazette beginningthis

be In writing and must state the week. The magazine will contain a complete TV
place of residence of the claimantand
must' be sworn to by the schedule for the week as well as news features. (Photo by
claimant his agent or attorney. or Vi
the same will become void accordIng Eby)
FUND GETS BOOST-The first major contribution to the United Appeal in Kis- to law. GALLONFRESH 4Se
Dated this 12th day of Septem- ed and required to lie your writ- fhacker and Thacker
simmee came from Cody Publications employees. Bob Cody left presents Horace ber. 1963. ten answer or defenses to the Com- Attorneys for Plaintiff

Phipps president of the drive a $500 check from the employees payroll deduction EDWARD Administrator C. GRISSOM.CTA of JR.the plaint the above filed entitled herein cause against, in you the office In- 'Sept.Kissimmee.26. Oct.Florida 3, 10. 17. 1963 ............ ... ........... .......

fund. (Staff Photo by Eby) Estate of of the Clerk of the Circuit
Edgar L. Grover. deceased. Court in and for Osceola County NOTICE TO DEFENDIn GRADE "A" HOMOGENIZED
Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. Florida at the Court House in the Circuit Court of the Ninth
YEARS EACH FOR OSCEOLA to vote In this election.A Attorney for Administrator CTA Kissimmee Florida on or before Judicial Circuit in and for County
SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT. qualified elector as defined in P. O. Box 492 the 28th day of October. 1963. and u I Osceola. State of Florida. In MILK I
i LEGAL NOTICES : October 10. 1963 the Florida Soil Conservation Act Kissimmee. Florida to serve a copy of such answer or Chancery. CLARENCE RHODES.
Pursuant to the Soil Conservation Includes any person qualified to Sept. 19, 26. Oct. 3. 10. 1963 defenses upon Thacker & Thackcr. Plaintiff vs. CATHERINE
I Act. Chapter 582. Florida Statutes vote In general elections under the plaintiffs' attorneys herein whose RHODES. Defendant. NOTICE TO
: of 1949 and Chapter 28094 of Constitution and Statutes of this NOTICE TO DEFENDIn address 2s Post Office Box 527. DEFEND The State of Florida to GALLON
NOTICE 1953. notice Is hereby given of an state who is also a landowner in the Circuit Court of the Ninth Kissimmee. Florida on or before Catherine Rhodes. 605 National
ELECTION OF TWO SUPERVISORS election to be held on October 10. the herein named district.L. Judicial Circuit in and for Countyof said date as required by law. If Cemetery Road. Florence, South
FOR TERMS OF FOUR.- 1963 for the election of two (2) M. Hollingsworth.Administrator Osceola. State of Florida. In you fall to do so. a decree pro Carolina. You are hereby notified 9 01'JUG
supervisors for terms of four (4) State Soil Chancery. DOROTHY BUSHBAUM. confesso will be entered againstyou that a suit in equity for divorce
years each. Conservation Board Plaintiff vs. RICHARD BUSH. for the relief demanded in the has been brought against you by [Plus Bottle Deposit]
SHRIMPIn Polling Places Sept. 26. Oct. 3. 1963 BAUM. Defendant. NOTICE TO Complaint. Clarence Rhodes In the Circuit
Tuxedo Feed Store-Kissimmee. DEFEND. The State of Florida to WITNESS my hand as Cleric of Court of the Ninth Judicial CircuitIn ................... .. .. ... ...
Florida IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT. Richard Bushbaum. You are here- said Circuit Court and the seal of and for County of Osceola. Staten
A Basket County Agent' Office Kissimmee. OSCEOLA COUNTY. by notified that a suit In equity said Court at Kissimmee. Osceola Florida; and you are hereby 6 BOTTLE CARTON
Florida STATE OF FLORIDAIN for divorce has been brought County. Florida on the 19th day summoned, ordered and required to
FREEZETTEDRIVEIN Polling places will be open be- RE: ESTATE OF against you by Dorothy Bushbaumin of September. A.D.. 1963. the your written answer or defenses [Regular 6-Oz Bottles]
tween the hours of 8:00 A.M. and HOMER J. PERKINS the Circuit Court of the Ninth /GLENN RAY to the Complaint filed herein
5:00 P.M. deceased. Judicial Circuit In and for Countyof Clerk of the Circuit Court. against you in the above entitled
All qualified electors residing NOTICE OF FILING PETITIONFOR Osceola. State of Florida and Osceola County Florida cause. In the otfice of the Clerkof
within the District shall be eligible FINAL DISCIIARGK you are hereby summoned order- (Ct. Ct. Seal ) the Circuit Court in and for .. ,jr.l.
Osceola County. Florida at the 29
Court House in Kissimmee. Florida -
on or before the 4th day of
November. 1963 and to serve a ..
y'4. copy of such answer or defenses
upon Thacker & Thacker plain
tiff's attorneys herein, whose address & [Plus Bottle Deposit]

Inunee.Is Florida Post Office on or Box before 527. Kiss said .. .... .. ....S................ .. .1

date, as required by law. If you
fall to do so a decree pro con- "BAVARIEN SELECT"BEER
fesso will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
said Circuit Court and the seal of
stld Court at Kissimmee. Osceola
County. Florida, on the 30th day
Sk of September. A.D.. 1963.s 6 BOTTLE
/ / Glenn Ray
Clerk of the Circuit Court 791'CARTON
Osceola County. Florida.
F (Ct. Ct. Seal)
1 Thacker and Thacker [Plus Bottle Deposit]
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Kissimmee FloridaOct. .. .. . . .. . ....... ..... .... ..
3. 10. 17. 24. 1963.
.. Deceased.
YOU and each of you are here-
by notified and required to present -
any claims which you. or
either of you, may have against

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I Aura Brown the Circuit Court on or before the Court of Osceola County.. Flo- esldenc and post-office address of
Minimum charge 18th day of October. 1963. If you rida. the claimant and be sworn to by
up Homer Brown do decree confesso NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENthat claimant. his or his attar
fall to a pro agent
to 15'words....................75c FOR RENT REALTORAMA !f Mrs Ruth Streetman wW be taken so. against you for the PlalnUIf has instituted suit ney. or It will become void accord-
Each additional word.... 5c relief demanded in the Complaint against you in the above styled ins to law.
[ I DATED at Kissimmee. Osceola Court to quiet the title of Plaintiff This the 18th day of September.
Classified FURNISHED downstairs apart. CARD OF THANKS-We wish to County. Florida this 6th day ofSeptember" In and to the above described 963.
Display A..
1963.GLENN. property. and you are hereby summoned CUntoa B. Steuerwald
......$1.10 ment. Reasonable rent 304 S. thank our friends for the many Scecvtor of the Ettate
(Boxed) per inch.. Want Rural Home I RAY. ordered and required to As
Dillingham. Inquire 203 S. a acts of kindness shown us at Clerk of the Circuit Court. tie your written answer or de- of Mww. Fricke.
Deadline. for all Classified. the death of loved Osceola County. Florida lenses to the Complaint Died in Deceased.
Clyde Ave. or call 847-3013 af- our one. R. Haye
I By /Marjorie the above styled cause in the office
Advertising 5 P.M.Tuesday ter 5 p.m. With Your thoughtfulness will never Deputy Clerk of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Ellis F. Dada
Play Space I
prior to publication. be forgotten.The (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) for the Ninth Judicial Circuit of mee. Florida
I Sept. 12. 19. 26. Oct. 3, 1963 Florida In and for Osceola County Attorney for Executor
TAKE soil away the Blue' Lustre ,rimes Will A. Lanier Family at his office in the CourthouSeIn .. Sept. 36. OcC 3, .M, 17. 1963
CLASSIFIED way' from carpets and uphol-- and Trees? IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE. Klsslnunee. Florida on or be- -
RATES NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O* lore the 14th day of October. A.D.
ADVERTISING stery. Rent electric shampooer LEGAL NOTICESIN FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OSCE 963.. and to serve a copy thereofon STOVB HrlJGBAtoU
$1. Parks Furniture Co. OLA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.W Plaintiffs' attorney whose
Phone-847.28.81 THE CIRCUIT COURT. ERN E R SCHOEBERLEIN. a name and address Is set out be- USED
TAKE A LOOK AT THESE . NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. widower. Plaintiff vs. RUDOLPHA. low. Should you fall to do so. Decree -
: Garage apartment IN AND FOR RASCHE. an unmarrIed man. Pro Confesso will be entered
To Place Your Ad two 'bedroom, electric kitchen. A-2 BR, large kitchen, 24 x 10 Florida OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA et al. Defendants. SUIT TO QUIET agaInst you. WITNESS my hands FURNITURE
I NO. 6547 TITLE. NOTICE OF SUIT. THE Clerk of said Court and the Sewell-Thurmond
garage arts block oil W. Vine. room in rear. Citrus, magnolia, live DONALD LEE RORICK. ) STATE OF FLORIDA TO: RU seal of said Court at Kissimmee.
1212 Mann Ave.. 8473819. I Plaintiff. ) DOLPH A. RASCHE. a widower. Osceola County. Florida this 6th 101 S Wt Church ORLANDO
ARTICLESFOR oaks. 94' on Highway 17-92. 242 Glenmary Ave.. Cincinnati.Ohio day of September. A.D. 1963.
FOR Suburban one-bed- JANET ANN RORICK. I and OSCAR W. KUHN and (CT. CT. SEAL) mmaamm
RENT '8,00 cash or terms. Defendant. ) CLARA a KUHN. his wife. General GLENN RAY
SALEBARGAIN room furnished cottage. $30.00. _.. ) Delivery. Cincinnati. OhIo. if Clerk Circuit Court Flowers For All Occasions(
8472067. B-2 BR, large fenced yard, near town, NOTICE OF SUIT living and if dead. their unknown Osceola County. Florida
TO: MRS. JANET ANN RORICK heirs at law. legatees devisees and Murray W. Overstreet Jr. ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST
6500. 11017 Hayes. Apartment No. 1 grantees and any and all persons I Attorney for Plaintiff
BARN FOR RENT: Nicely furnished 3 Detroit 13 Michigan having or claiming any right. Utle P.O. Box 492Kissimmee
Combs le; Zlpprn 3-;. Tooth Screened C-2 BR, large living room, 34 acre, in YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat or interest In and to the lands Florida
BrHAhe. 7e Ear Bobs! Se 8be room apartment. for Divorce hasbeen located In Os
; ; a Complaint described as follows Sept. 12. 19. 26. Oct. 3. 1963
ale; Sock 19e; Pillow 1h; porch, carporte. Adults. Reas- town, 200 down, 62 month. filed against you. and you ceola County. Florida to-wit: M7-4H1
Shirt SI; Peat $1; Dresses are required to serve a copy of Lots Thirteen (13) and Fourteen IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S 2S m1lWAT -
$1.60; Raga 33c; Nyloac Me; onable. 604 Portage. D-3 BR, CB, 6 yrs old, on 180 x 180, your Answer or pleading to the (14) of Section Four (4). COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY.
Hankies 5e; Pintle 15c; Belt Complaint on the Plaintiffs attor- in Township Twenty-five (25) FLORIDA.NO. .
lie; Cap 15e; Spread f2.* ; Trailer spaces for rent. Private large trees, 5 miles east of Kissim- ney. GEORGE L. CLAPHAM. 60 South. Range Thirty-one (31). -
Hair Net 4e; T-Skirt Me; Peaceful and quiet. North Court Street. Post Offloe East, according to the New Plat IN RE. ESTATE OF BARBERING
Nearly Everybody Trade at The property. mee. 500 down, 86 month. Box 2062. Orlando. Florida and of Narcoossee. Osceola County. ROBERT W. FORD. Deceased. fmtvre la a
Bargain Bar. Come to Slbert Older people preferred. 847- file the original Answer or plead State of Florida as filed in the A'OTICE OF INTENTION TO in* pr ff..l.a
Mill Warehon IB 4605. FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS ing in the office of the Clerk of office of the Clerk of the CircuitNOTICE. MAKE APPLICATION FOR JARV: NiKht Clu.--
Follow the signs FINAL DISCHARGETO Approved
FOR RENT: Furnished apart- Notice of Intention by the City of Kissimmee. Florida to Declarethe : Barber College
SundayFOR following Electric and Water Deposits forfeited: NOTICE Blossom Tr.
continuous IS HEREBY GIVEN
M ments. Clean, INC. Pursuant to Sec. 9-22 and Sec. 3-23 of the Code of the City of KIp that Lottie P. Ford has tiled her GA 6474
hot water and gas. No slmmee. Florida all of the following electric and water deposits in the final report as Executrix of the
SALE: Crosley large refrigerator service fund for which water and
stairs.I Individual entrancesand City electric and water deposit no Estate of Robert W. Ford deceased -
very cheap. Must 2 Broadway Kissimmee electric service has been requested or rendered for more than 5 years or ; that she has filed petition
bath. yard. 611 for which claim for deposit has been made are hereby forfeited
sell this week. 710 Large a no unless for final discharge; and that she Call. ,
Patrick St. 847-3156 847 3157 said deposit- shall be claimed within 30 days after the date of will apply to the Honorable O. P.
Avenue. 802-3917 St. llcatlon- this noUce.
Cloud. Date .f Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. Parks Furniture Co.

FOR RENT: Two bedroom Name Addrew. Ami. Deposit Attorney for ExecutrixP.O.

FOR SALE Used lumber house. Screened front porch, FOR RENT-Unusually attrac- Vera AltJater .___________-.._. 324 New York 12.0.; 10/31/44 Box Sept.492.12.Kissimmee.19. 26. Oct.Fla.3. 1U63 For Prompt Repair of Your
plumbing supplies galvanized I tive three AND W. C. Barrett ._____.... 1107 Mabbette 2.0; 6/8/48 EEFRIOERATOX
room apartment LOST
roofing full inch material suItable utility room. 915, Patrick. Apply Elmer Boettner _.___ Lago Vista 1000 10/17/47 .
-i 913 Patrick after 5:30 p.m. close In. Also room and bath Elmer Boettner __'___'__.' 715 Main St. 22.0; 11/4/47 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Phone $47.4171Christian
for farm and ranch use. i private entrance. 118 South FOUND Mrs. Claudie Bronson. :5 W. Monument 2.0; 7/10/31 COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY.
Evans Hardware 847-4564. A. 1. Brown .._ 2.0; FLORIDAIN
.FOR R E N Furnished apartment Beaumont. 847-4011. Jerry Bunn ._._._._____ 201 Robinson 2.0; 10/1/015 RE: ESTATE OF )
three rooms, air conditioned Barbara Campbell ._-:....__.....:.- 215 W. Lake St. 2.0; 10/6/41 EDWARD FRICKE. ) Science
BOAT FOR SALE-16' fibre-, LOST small blue jewelry box, .
also two bedroom furn- FOR RENT: Three room apart- Charles It Cassell .- S. Dixie Hlway 10.00 12/30/41 Deceased. )
glass, offshore type wide containing jewelry. Substantial Mn. Beatrice Charles ._ 819 Mabbette 2.50 10/20/47 ...) .
': ished house. Moorefield Bldg. ment on lake front. Furnished. Mrs. Clara Clark ___.___._ 811 Mabbette 2.0; 10/25/40 "NOTICE; TO"CREDITORS Society
deep safe. Side curtains back- Opposite Post Office. With carport. By month or sea- reward to finder. No questions Cook.s Cash Grocery 702 Main 10.00 9/13/38 To All Creditors. Legatees. Dlstrlb.. hf. Mrd. Mtr. of Rack
drop. New convertible top and asked. Mrs. Peggy Bradbury RIchard G. Criner .703 Clay St. 12.0; 1/14148 utees. and all Persons Havlnj MABth M p.m.
son. Call 847-3866 after 5 p.m. s. W. Cummings .__.. 414 Main SL 12.0; 1/22/48 Claims or Demands Against sal I 309 :>. n..d.lpla
new battery. 35 lIP electric FOR RENT Furnished down- 17-2743.. Marvin Dale S. Dixie Hlway 10.00 3'20/4>i Estate: Isalsy Sank... . . H aria
starting Evinrude and trailer. stairs apartment. Reasonablerent. ... E. S. Derby ..._....__'__ 115 N. Stewart 10.00 2/7: You and each of you are hereby Iss4u7 3/heol. . . . 920....
847-4.:61 after 'p.m. Jack Dolan ......_...___._--..__ :04 PenCleJd 10.00 4,b,48H. notified and required to presen
5 or Saturday 304 S. Dillingham. Inquire .....__
WANTED J. Dreggon 514 Carson 12.0; 11/17/47 any claims which you. or either o:f
203 S. Clyde Ave. or call 847- REAL ESTATEFOR J. H. Ferguson _.._____. Southern Hotel 12.0; 8/25/38 you. may have against the estat e
Rubell Ford ____.._____ 612 Robinson 2.50 5/10/48 of Edward Fricke. deceased late o:f
KEROSENE FUEL OIL 3013 after 5 p.m.APARTMENTS Harry C. Franklin 4C5 E. Vine 12.0; 2/2/48 Osceola County. Florida. to thi e GREEN'S FUEL
PHIL- ANTIQUES-We buy and sell 1. F. GaskIns ___m__ _. Old Tampa Hlway 10.00 10/6/47 County Judge of said County a
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. FOR RENT$9, and bricabrac. James SALE: Houses (NOT Christaln Gelsser .____. 13 Central 12.50 4/15/42 Kissimmee. Florida within six cal te
OSCEOLA OIL CO. furniture E. G. Gill .._._ 1215 Clay St. 10.00 82247T. endar months from the date of th; Sales and Service
1110 sup $12 per week. Mrs. Paul Upholstery. 406 N. Main St.WANTED LAND) wood floors. Can be J. Goodson .____..__... 620 Hoehey 12.50 92531S. first publication of this notice'.
NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941. Davis 114 Emmett Street. seen in Holopaw. Call Orlando J. Groover _______.___ S. Dixie Hlway 10.00 31247B. Etch claim or demand must be li,
caretaker 277-6372. M. Hall .__.______ 316 Mabette 12.50 717 writing and must state the place o f
277-7601 and
: Work ._ ... 215 E. Lake 12.50 3/30/45 most I47-4U2 1474171
BUY FROM THE Mrs. R. E. Holcombe
FOR R E N T Kitchenettes: truck driver operate tractor. J. G. Howard _._"-... .. ._ 109 Robinson 10.00 1/25'46 i KISStMMIE
GAZETTE ADVERTISERS rooms and trailer apartmentswith ranch. Married J. E. FOR SALE: Three bedroom J. G. Howard _....__....._....-.,.._.... 109 Robinson 2.0; 8/19/44 SAND ROCK
Grove or -
____ ._ 222 Brack St. 12.SO 1117/017
J. B. Howell For Get Iteftw> Phone
lake and shuffleboard. By Whisnant P. O. Box 10263, house in Idora Park.} Lot 150 x H. B. Hudson ..._._._.____...._ 601 S. LImit St. 10.00 3/22/43 MORTAR MIX ?
GUilD week month or year. Capitol 300. Air conditioned. Priced to Kissimmee Radio & ElectriC Co. .. 2 Broadway 10.00 7/26/34 Harold Wigol 847.2QHR.
SEC THE FOOTLIGHT THEATRE Taft Fla.WOMEN 847- George LanIer _... _____' S. Dixie Hlway 10.00 111047A. STEEL & WIRE MESH A. ff.tdler 847-45
selL Contact '
Betty Eby. 'm "'''
PlAY "BLITHE SPIRIT" AT THE Motel St. Cloud. .Hwy. 441. H. Lord ._..m_..._.'_"'.__.___ 6 S. Emmett 10.00 11/7/4 Kenneth N d so.
WHO CAN DRIVE to 2881 or 847-4266. G. 1.. Lucas ...__m_..___.__ Ingram Terrace 10.00 8154E. 892-7695 (St. cluiidi)
ART AND CULTURE CENTER, FOR RENT: Two room apart call regularly each month on E. Otto _._..___._...___. 703 PenrIeld 12.50 7/2/4
Arthur E. Peck _______ 303 MabbeUe 120; 12/22/ For G BYRAN AND STEWART STREETS. ment,, air-conditioned, Moore- established Studio Girl Cosmetics CARD OF THANKSWe Emily J. Redwood _____.__ Emmett 10.00 9/20 7u6 r7-rr J. B. Ro*fr.. 847-4062
field Building opposite Post clients in and around Kis- wish to thank our many Bruce E. Reynolds ___.__.._. 222 Orlando 11/91 Robes Aa.n
Viola Riven ___....._.....______ 215 W Lake 12.50 10/22-17
A THURS., FRI., SAT. Office. Also two bedroom simmee making necessary deliveries friends and neighbors for their J. M. Rouse ___......_.____.W.-___ ro3 Mabbette 2.0; 8/13/tZ: Emory Bronton 347-4570
house 606 Emmett. etc. 3 to 4 hours per kindnesses during the illness Gertrude M. Rowe _.__mm ___ Patrick & LImit 10.00 423,32W. t'-.. LeoC..owfd 847-2061
OCT. 11,12.8:15 PJW.e : E. Sanderson .....__....__..._._ 111 Mabbette 12.50 1227,30Eaton R. H Hail 892-1212, St. Cloud
FOR RENT Small apartment day. Route will pay up to $5.00 and death of our beloved husband Silas ___._._.____.___.._ 5'26 Brack 2.50 2/23/35 or coil H T. Simmons, Mgr.
: hour. Write STUDIO GIRL and father Willard Mrs. Same Sullivan :_,_w..._,_ 113 Finley '2.50 11/6,32 847-4819
:SEASON TICKETS '3:00': rooms. Phone 847-2198. Close in. per Evans Taylor;. i-. > ",' ...61 N. Bermuda ' 2.0; ,. 6/1:>,-U
COSMETICS .Dept. 75939.Glfendale. Brown. Especial1yTfo' the Gris1'i Evans ;Taylor_ _. U8 N. Bf'rmud 1.Q.pp. 2/21/-11 I. :.... ,.
.. t-f ...
ADULTS' .25 Emmett. ;..Z -110 California. .. som Funeral Horfce-for*"theirexpert : '! nJadr..E-r: ortJlr. Svr le HlwaY-. )0.0010i6a.. C. -G..r",.. 8lt4487!
p 475-71e rris.rro .r
Ira & Helen' Tossl .. +s-r-.GrE't'n St" .:2:1.00: 11/27'
"K$ d FOR RENT-6 hoom unfurnished service andtthoughtful- Margaret Trim ..:.........-.-_-.____.- __.._ 210 FInley 12.0; 12.439 Phone: 847-3524 John Evans St. Cloud 49.3447Radio
For onal NEW LOCATION For James Doctors and N. Old Dixie Hwy 10.00 3/26/45 -
and the
Call 847- ness to Mrs. Alvin Turner
Street .M
-, Writ. P.0. Box 861. I house. 8 Brack Make old look Harold J. Weldon ... ... ....... N Old Dixie Hwy 10.00 61147A. I
.. 3702 after 6 -p.m. Upholstery. your Nurses at Kissimmee Hospital.Mrs. . B. Wilson ... .........__... 410 Main St. 2.0; 12/16/47
like new-Open 9 to 5. Mon. Elizabeth N. Brown Randall Zander ..m.m............._.... R26 Clarkson 2.50 8/15/1 SAUSELECTRICAL- SERVICI
I thru Sat-R. N. James Owner and

406 N.' Main. APPLIANCES

WILL CARE for sick or elderly T V coMfini HOW fVlNlSllHCS
part or full 1 lime or will keepin SEE THE NEW '64 PARKS FUxRNITU aCO.

my new home. Excellentcare. 3 ; St.

Or will keep children by PONTIAC4h

hour, day or week. 847 4676.


grooming. Two experienced operators U I; _

Phone 847-2565 or 847 SEE THE NEW '64

GA REFRIGERATIONjModern 3670 8 a.m. to 12 noon for ap KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
pointment. 103 East Dakin. Phone 847-4941

Modern, silent refrigeration Is SHOP IN KISSIMMEE -

tops . ervel Gas refrigerationis
absolutely silent . lasts
longer (no moving parts) . .
automatic tce-maker with no THESE DAYS OPEN FOR PREVIEWING THE MOST
mussy fussy Ice trays . constant
i supply of ire. Gas refrigeration yRY EXCITING NEW '64s ON THE MARKET
provides service in any a z I

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FaR>I 636. These ServicesNew 8t3GMC > .*> .: :.. :i' Truck Bodies-Boat Trailers Trailers.Horse TroKers
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It is.not mandatory for you to buy Insurance from Skim. ? :- Ir TIRESERVICE

those with whom you do the financing. -FREE DOOR PRIZES
i .. AluminumStorefront .
Fact is, it's much better to buy the insurance froma II

full-time local independent agent whose busi- Aw-' ': II ($) Custom Recapping
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: :: .A:-'' L :;:-n- 1-= ':... Hammond'sDairy
Comments ; .
County Agent Largest

A In County 'ywB

Rain Curtails ,

Hammond's Dairy, located:
about a mile west of Campbell

Water Shortage 1 ate't Station, is the largest of seven

dairy operations in Osceola

.1 , County. Its owner. A. L. Hammond -

will take office as presi-
B Y JIM SMITH taling only three per cent of all i dent of the Florida State DaIry- ..&

County AgentIt I I I sown acres-they are capable of men's Association in January.He -",
isn't uncommon to see stories :!producing 46 per cent of Russia's yr e moved here from Orange :n& 1

ol the beginners of agriculture in I I I meat, 49 per cent of her milk. 50 : ; County five years ago and has 1e

all types ol farm magazines, butit 'per cent of her green vegetables :t been in the dairy business for 1!

is unusual to see it as well I 60 per cent of her potatoes, and A 18 years. He keeps 250 to 300

told as an article that appearedIn 80 per cent of her eggs. The bag Y : : head on the three hundred acre

a recent publication of widespread i I ante of the food and fibre is dairy, producing approximately

circulation: I I produced on the other 97 per cent 500 gallons of milk a day.

"In I860, the United States hada of the collectivized farms." The milk is stored in a large F .

population of 31.4 million. Its I Everyone should be constantly; refrigerated tank that maintains

seven million farmers represented !aware of the above, and that in :: it at a temperature between 36 ,
21 per cent of the population.Since agriculture we are still way aheadof ; ; .., and 40 degrees. It is picked up

then, the nation has pros- any country in the world. Can ter ,. every two days and taken to

pered and the productivity of the we say this in other fields thai A Orlando to be processed and dis-

farmer has increased. In 1960, the are more glamorous than agricul tributed. The present 650 gallon 4

5.7 million farm workers in this ture? 00h.'- w ,: -t- - tank will soon be replaced by a E.
i '. 1500 gallon one.
country represented only 3.3 per Rain the past week has relievedthe -; : t : & The seven dairymen in Osceola 1
cent the population. : - ,
Though there are fewer farm- critical water shortage that :.;,. ::: :-:..Ii-:':.:. :. 3 County carry between 1000 and
1500 head of cattle and produce
ers than before, agriculture is our we had in some areas,
the time this goes to press it may about three thousand gallons of
times largest the industry.number It employs of people twelve who be the other way around. COMING HOME Part of the herd on the Hammond dairy farm is pictured at milk a day according to Jim

nine Splitting, a condition that ap- late afternoon. The herd usually consists of 250 to 300 head. Smith county agricultural agent.
work in the steel industry;
when weather conditions The annual income of the dair-
times the number in the autoMobile pears

industry; and twice the I are similar is to what we have had and To Meet 300 Head $1,000,000.ies combined is approximately

number in the transportation and this year, quite common Bulldogs Smith stated that all milk produced
alarmed about. Research
to be -
public utility fields. i nothing in those dairies is distri- OWNER-A. L Hammond has been a resident of Osce-

Agriculture is a major consumerof Il answer has to this not problem.One come up. with an Groveland Sold AtMarket :buted by T. G. Lee, Borden and ola County for five years and operates the largest dairy in

the products of industry. For FridayST. :Perfection Dairies of Orange
of the most important the county. Hammond will take office as president of the
steel in a
example, it uses more County.
:sprays that groves should receive Florida State Dairymen's Association in January.
year than is used for a year's I'
i is during the fall to control mites.

output of passenger cars; other more !The longer this can be delayed, CLOUD In the second making a 6-6 tie before Eustis Scottish Rites McMurran approval of same and for final discharge -

petroleum products than any ;longer control into the spring can home game of the season St.!made two more TD's for a half- At the Kissimmee Livestock Sue Gregory Warburton as executor of the estateof
industry in the country; and more time lead of 19-6. Market Wednesday, 300 cattle Redd Drusilla M Cook deceased
Cloud Grove-
Bulldogs will meet PlannedST.
be expected. Groves found to Meeting ANCILLARY EXECUTRICESOF This 30th day of September A.
tubber than is required to produce .infested should be sprayed with land tomorrow night. Last week I Groveland Greenbacks have two and calves were sold comparedto THE ESTATE OF LUCY D. 1963-
tires for six million auto- 1395 week A. WARBURTON, Edward C. Grissom. Jr
in wins under their belts and the a ago.
a Mid-Lakes Conference ,
machinery ;Tedion and Cholorbenzilate at rec game CLOUD-A business-dinner DECEASED Executor of the Estate o of
mobiles. Its inventory of 'ommended rates. This spray, if Groveland defeated Lake Weir 14-I victory over Lake Weir leaves Compared to last Wednesdayall meeting of the Osceola County /s/ Phillip R. Kelley Drusilla M. Cook deceased.
exceeds the assets of the steel held with heifer Murray W. CKerstreet. Jr.
classes steady P. O. Box 331 Kissimmee Fla.
with 1-0 in the
them standing
b while the Bulldogs steam- a
industry and is five times that of applied in October and November, were and bull offerings too few for Scottish Rites dub is scheduledfor ATTORNEY FOR EXECUTRICESOct. Attorney for Executor
should control mites until post rollered by Eustis, 33-6. !Conference.The tomorrow (Friday) night, 7:00 3. 10, 17 24. 1963. Box 49SKlsAimmee
the automobile industry. bloom. Other materials for later Butch Wright, on a 28 yard I Bulldogs. will be the under- quote except stocker calves at the St. Cloud HoteL This IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY FloridaOct.
: 3,
The American farmer has been steady to $1.00 higher with gainon p.m. JUDGE OSCEOLA COUNTY, 10 11, 24. 1863.
be effective.A carry, scored the only touchdown dogs tomorrow night and will club FLORIDA
first of the
spraying may more is the meeting :
Best action ,
able to produce better than farmers need to particular attentionto 150-300 lb. weights. IN THE COURT OF THE CO UN
or St. Cloud in .he second period pay
in any other country. In Soviet pest of pastures that has the Panthers' Coach was on 250-300 lb. calves. summer recess. IN COURT OF COUNTY JUDGOSCEOLA TY JUDGE LV AM FOR
passing. President R. B. Olson will : OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA
appoint -
the Marxist 800-1000 Ib. slaughter COUNTY FLORIDAIN
Russia, under been uncommon in this area Utility NO. 44+ 7.IN .
very Burke Chisholm has a good fast RE: ESTATE OF
committee fora
theory of collectivized farming, it is the Spittle Bug, but some pas- team and chances that steers $ a nominating ADAM DRYUE. deceased. THE MATTER OF THE ES-
are .
Railroad RambleSet cows 142516.75: cutter new slate of officers to serve. NOTICE OF FILING PETITIONFOR TATE sed.OF WILLIAM McKlNNLi
takes five times as large a percentage tures have been infested in this the Bulldogs will take the Pan- FINAL DISCHARGE Decea
the 1964 term.
of the work force to 12501425. CITATION
produce area recently. This pest seems to OF ADMINISTRATRIXNOTICE
October thers tomorrow night. Fans will Dues for 1964 be to THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
a pitiful flow of food whichis be associated with that 20 Standard and few good calves may paid IS HEREBY GIVEN
pastures see a good game no matter who that I Anna Mae Travis
$ one 24.75, utility Secretary Earl G. Gudikunst any- have filed by final returnas
in choice Morristown. Tennessee
low in quality, narrow tall for
have been grown hay or Administratrix of the
wins. And, as an added attract estateof
The next Railroad Rambleon time before Jan. 10 1964.
$17.0019.00.Common ,
and in Adam Dry lie. deceased that I
high price. of ;
reserve pastures. tion, Sam Wood's Marching Band have filed Nellie Bowlin.Morristown. ,
the Atlantic Coast Line and medium 750-950 my petition for dIstrI-
The record of the American !Spittle Bug are brown grass and will put on a show at halftime. bution and for final discharge and Tennessee
farmer has been established because on examination, the can be will be Sunday, October 20, Ib. feeder-stocker steers $16.50- Salvation Meet that on the 10th day of November.
young Charlie ,
and will travel the Peace Riv- 18.50. Army 1963. I will apply to the Honorable McKinney
he has produced under a found near the ground in a frothy O. P. Johnson. County Judge of Knoxville Tennmoc
of personal enterprise.A er Valley. There will be sev- Few common and mediumcows There will be a meeting of the Osceola County. Florida for YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
system mass. This mass which encases approval -
eral stops enroute, includingone New TeachersTo $14.00-16.00.()( local Salvation Anny Service of said final return and a Petition ha been filed in
further example of the suc- the young is where the name is for an order of distribution and said Court praying for leave to
at Sand Mountain just Good 250-500 lb. calves $21.50- Unit at Mrs. Mac's Restaurantat
cess of farming under the personal derived from. Mowing, choppingand for final discharge as administratrix sell at Public Auction the followIng -
enterprise system: Soviet Russia other cultural practices' to south of Fort Meade, and a Be HonoredST. 26.00, few choice up to $27.75, noon today. deceased.of the estate of Adam Drylle. to said described Estate property to-wlt. belonging

has found that in the very reduce the mat of grass on the picnic lunch will be held at medium $18.00-23.00, common LEGAL NOTICE Dated September 27. 1963. Lou 2 to 7. Inclusive, of Led-
the little ACL parks in down- $15.00-19.00. Medium and few Agnes McCarthyAs better'* Subdivision. Osceola
few instances where farmers are
ground are the only controls recommended IN THE COURT OF THE County. Florida
town Arcadia. CLOUD-New teachersat good 100-250 lbs. $24.50-28.50. Administratrix of the according: to
given a private plot of land-to- COUNTY JUDGE. OSCEOLA estate the official plat thereof
at the present time. of Adam Drylle. de as filed
The Ramble leaves Orlando I St. Cloud High School, common $ COUNTY. FLORIDA ceased. and recorded in the office of
with 16 and 17 coaches cram- i Ross Jefferies Elementary, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Phillip R. KelleyP. the Clerk of the Circuit Court
O Box 331 (12 East Monument) of Osceola County Florida
med full of train and camera I Deer Park and Kenansville FINAL DISCHARGEIN Kissimmee Florida and you are hereby required to file ,
State Dairy Judges Off fans. On the October 20th schools will be honored at ,vice president; Bill RE THE ESTATE OF ) Attorney for Administratrix YOW written defenses thereto u thin
dinner and hour Journigan and Pat Sunday. GEORGE M. HALL. ) Oct. 3. 10. 17. 24. 1963. forty days after the first pubi!
Ramble there will be one a deceased )
peeling hrorShould
At last week's Rotary meet- t iwWn
Florida's 4-H dairy judges qulred on all cow classes. coach for residents of Kissim- this evening (Thursday), 5:30: Ing William Dummer long TO ALL IN WHOM PROBATE IT MAY CON- IN THE JUDGE.COURT: OSCEOLA OF THE com COUNTY entered in therein tee decree will lie

are off to Waterloo, Iowa, and The' team was selected mee and the train will stop p.m. at the Community House. time St. Cloud resident, spokeon 'CERN: Tl'. FLORIDA. Yet! course: upon said
the national dairy judging here.,to ..load passengers.This Invitations have been extended NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ud the seal
through a qualifying contest the history of' St. Cloud that I have tiled my final reportas MAKE APPLICATION FOR .... u Oect.ofa -
Is the fourth Ramblein to the teachers and Executrix of the :
:competition. at Orlando's State 4-H Dairy and Osceola County. Mr Estate of FINAL, DISCHARGE Counu. ot1 12th day
the and their families; William Stev- GEORGE M. HALL deceased; thatI IN RE ESTATE OF ofNovemhc'A.
Members of the team are past year every : ) D.1I8.
show February a con- Dummer has many old and have tiled petition tor final discharge L. S. O. JOHNSON
HARRIS. ) Ill P.
Barbara Ward. Orange 'County test at-tJ University of Florida one has been a complete sellout ens, superintendent of public interesting pictures of the and that I will apply to Deceased ) County Judas
; Mary Mail and Marvin Research Unit in Fans come from as far instruction; John Colombo supervisor the Honorable O. P. Johnson. IN PROBATETO Oct. 3. 10, IT, K, 1-'
Dairy area and is considered an authority -!Judge of Osceola County. Florida ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN .
Thien, Duval County; and Diana early May. The team receiv away as Miami and St. Peters. of public instruction; on the county's history.A on the 4th day of November 1963 :
Garret, Polk County. ed additional training from burg to be aboard the Ramble. Mrs. E. Schellenbery'' ,lunch- attendance for approval of same and for final ,I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
membership discharge as Executrix of the Es.
THAT I have filed final
The nationwide contest is Reaves throughout the sum- Cameramen from two Orlando room supervisor; T. J. Gan- report showed the local Rotary I tate of GEORGE M. HALL. Executrix of the my Estate reportas of L
television stations will be narelli, high school principaland deceased. S. HARRIS
being held in connection with deceased; that I have
Club 96.84 cent
mer. with
aboard the Ramble to film the Walter Watkins elemen- per This 30th day of September. A. : filed petition for final discharge FIRSTNATIONAL
the National Dairy Cattle Congress D.. 1963.
the team to
attendance Is second only to ,and that I will apply to the Hon.
which opens Monday. Iowa will be Reaves, Team festivities for their station's tray school principal. Clearwater Beach with 97.65 /., VERA BASSEXECUTRIX of the EstateOf orable O P. Johnson. County
Judge of Oscerla County. Florida.
September 30. Coach Bruce Christmas, assistant newcasts.It Rotarians, RotaryAnns and per cent. There are 58 Rotary GEORGE M. HALL. on the first day of November. 1963
C W. Reaves, Agricultural county agent in Or- will arrive in Kissimmee their families will be presentto Clubs In this district. deceased. for approval of same and for final

Extension dairyman said the ange 'County, and Miss Betty Sunday morning, October 20, greet guests at this annual l THACKER Box 527. Kissimmee.AND THACKER Fla. I discharge of L. S.Executrix HARRIS.of deceased.the Estate BANK

contestants will judge cow Mifflin, assistant State Girls' about 9:55 a.m. and will return affair. FOR QUALITY COMMERCIAL I Attorneys for Executrix This first day of October. AD.
i Oct. 3. 10. 17. 24. 1963
and heifer classes of each of 4-H Club agent. to Kissimmee about 3:45: Planning and arrangementswill PRINTING call the Gazette office 1963. /sMaymle J. Harris.

the major dairy breeds. Writ. p.m. Tickets are available at be handled by Don Let- 847-2881. Free estimate [IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Executrix of the Estate of

ten or oral reasons will be reSHOP IN KISSIMMEE the local ACL office. tow Rotary president; Henry .on all types of job printing. I JUDGE FLORIDAIN OSCEOLA COUNTY HACKER L. S.AND Harris THACKER deceased. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

RE ESTATE OF Box 527. Kissimmee. Fla.
I LUCY A. WARBURTON. Attorneys for Executrix
i deceased. Oct. 3. 10. 17 24. 1963.
butees and all Persons having NAME STATUTE the
INSURE Claims or Demands againstsaid Notice Is hereby given that the
Estate: undersigned pursuant to the "Fictitious
YOU and each of you are here- Name Statute" Chapter Farming Interestsof
by notified and required to presentany 865.09. Florida Statute will register
in Insurance is the Continuing Personal claims which you or eitherof with the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof Osceola Countyfor
you. may have against the es- Osceola County. Florida the
,Attention of . lnsarnnce tate of Lucy A. Warburton. deceased fictitious name to-wit: Over 35 Year
late of the County of James B. and R. Investors. Inc under
City. State of Virginia to the which we are engaged In business
WITH County Judge of Osceola Countyat at Post Office Box 762. l .
1t1t1.TYR his office In the Court Houseat Florida.
INDEPENDENT MA+f %Mp WVitN0itC0uA Kissimmee. Florida within six That the parties Interested in
calendar months from the date of said business enterprise are as follows
uAts1I the first publication of this No- : George Rocker Odell Bro -
% .O$ Obi tice. Each claim or demand must son and Madelyn Bronson. .',:
be In writing and must state the Dated at Kissimmee. Osceeto -
s4M N.1SMLim place of residence of the claimantand County. Florida September 26,
INSURANCE ?Ztl3dMALTIIf7l1iR1 must be sworn to by the claim. 1963
/ ant. his agent or attorney, or the George W Rocker MfMIfI HMlA1 DfNM
same will become void according O'Dell Bronson BHVUNa(MP6UWN
CONFIDENCEONLY O to law. Madelyn Bronson
This the 30 day of September. Oct. 3. 10. 17 24. 1963.

ONE POLICY is all that is necessary to insure Martha Hanson Terrel Warburton NAME STATUTE CompleteGROVE
Notice Is hereby given that the
your home against most of the common hazardsat undersigned pursuant to the "Fictitious

a big saving in rates. Name Statute" Chapter
86509. Florida Statute will register -

:If you are not taking advantage of this bargainin SOUTH TRAIL Court with of the Osceola Clerk County of the Floridathe Circuit SERVICE

protection, it will be to your advantage to give fictitious name to-wit

OSCEOLA COUNTY us a call. Do it this weekl DRIVEINTHEATRE are Lyndell engaged Homes in business under which at Poet we

Office. Box 162. Kissimmee Florida -I r

That the parties Interested In I
said business enterprise are as follows -
: R. O'Dell Bronnon and
Madelyn K. Bronson.
ORLANDO, FLORIDA Dated at Kissimmee Oaccot

ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE AGENTSLupfer's THURS. FRI. SAT. County 1963. R.Madelyn Florida.O'Dell K.September Bronson Bronson 26.

OCT. 3, 4, 5"BYEBYE Oct 3. 10. 17. 24. 1963. G.M.HUGHEY.

7:00 DRUSILLA M COOK. Deceased.

slrfrsrfrl L I FINAL DISCHARGE: : *p.-f,loom Heed
AIR 'A akjrar .J'lrsri's BOB HOn CONCERN TO ALL WHOM IT MAY Spraying

I 9:25 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Fortiifzing A Dusting
that Edward C. Grissom. Jr., has, Mechanical Hoeing, Bonking -
4PS vs. I "HORIZONALLIEUTENANT" filed his final report as Executor &
ol the Estate of Drusilla M. Cook I Cwltfvating
deceased; that he has filed petition -
I for final discharge and that For 'enonalhed Service
Insurance Hettinger Osceola Kathryn Herr 11:10 be will apply to the Honorable 847-3592
Agency O. P. Johnson, County Judge of
Agency Insurance SUN. MON. TUES. Osceola County Florida, on the Del01 an A.... Kkslmmee
Agency Insurance Agency Insurance Real Estate 4th day of November 1963. for

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