Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00300
 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: October 10, 1963
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Oct. 11, 1984.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079939
Volume ID: VID00300
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
lccn - sn 95026784
 Related Items
Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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J VOL 69-NO. 44 issimmee. Osceola-County FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 10,-1963 Established Phone 847-2SS1 lest PRICE TEN CENTS

UF Needs SupportDirectors CityTo Issue ". u .r.I -

LSD Taxes Were Decreased. '

Discuss $5,730,000In .

e BondsThe .I:: Ford Blasts 'False' Story i it :

Barbecue FinancingFinancing : tI
: 5 t By JERRY BERSON way to tell the troth. He daring next year.

'-" City of Kissimmee Tues- vi ST. CLOUD-Otto Whitney, told the citizens that the -Has put away 10 percent .

the barbecue which brass of the Central and South day night adopted a resolution : traduced president of Town Meeting in out.f'town weekly newspaper as required by law. .
will ; calling for the issuance of : guest speaker Maya saw the need In St. -Has put an engine back 8
highlight the dedication of Florida Flood Control Board and Fred Ford >
$: whose
: timely Cloud
topic and is
the look at Southport Canal the U. S. Corps of Engineers. $5,730,000< in revenue certificatesover :|:i:: was Taxes. at all now available in service that had not run if.
news and
\\Vdnesday, October 23 the a 38 year period. : may for three years. This engine
was Some 70 members of the Osceola :iji Mayor Ford exhibited two be had
by subscription e was said to be out of service
This would include $4,465,000
main topicof: discussion at a High School band are also ex g:: examples of what he termed well. because
meeting of the Chamber of Commerce pected to be present for the lunch- with which to call in certificates ::jj responsible and irresponsible of a defective crank
directors at Mrs. Mac's i issued in 1952-58-61 end an extra f::: reporting. The first was a "The biggest story of the shaft. The supervising engineer -
Tuesday. eon.At the meeting Tuesday J. D. :: $1,265.000< for new utilities sys- j&: headline of a news story appearing year was not printed by the checked as each new part
Al Cody president of the chamber Benton was named general chairman tem improvements.These !:s in the local weekly local paper; however, the was installed as improper installation -
said State Senator improvements include ::: facts were available," said was the cause of s
Irlo Bron- in charge of supplies for the saying that taxes in St. Cloud the breakdown.Put .
son was working on a project to feed which will be cooked by generation a steam plant site tiff:: had been increased. The other Ford. The story "In recent
secure: meat and money to help personnel from Deseret Farms and an administration building.. $| was a headline and news story years utilities sales have increased seals on meters at a
underwrite the cost of the event, Curt Goss, of the firm of Sullivan A z from an out-of-town weekly 60 percent but not cost of three cents each.
which will be held at noon. Inc.In other action the directors Nelson and Goss of West ::% saying that the tax levy had one cent increase in profit There is no way to know
The Gazette made the first pub- reported that $4,000 had been con-. Palm Beach said the monies over' ::$ been reduced by one mill. until the past two years. Witha bow many thousands of dot
lic donation of $200 to help defrayS ributed to date toward the $20,000 and above that necessary to recall The City Hall Bulletin, sales increase of 60 percent lars were lost because meters -
expenses and a motion was madeto goal of United Fund and this the outstanding certificates x which should now be in the there should be 30 or 40 per- were unsealed.
ask would be in trust fund g;: hands of all utilities cent increase in profits after
the Action Committee to amount was being recorded in: placed a users -Did not build costly
see if it could raise approximately paint on the huge thermometers I and draw interest until needed to $:; was used by the mayor in first cost is met. The city outside lines and any said the
$400 toward the payoff obligations.Goss :6:: showing how taxes will be never got more than $50,000
helping with located at either end of Broadway .F from utilities profits until this mayor "These are some of
told the commission that ;::: lower for every property own-
reasons why have
Cody said some 1,000 persons, Thursday. October 17 was set refunding is the only way of curing JS:: er in St. Cloud. He said to fiscal than $100,000 year and and has will got more more money for the we tax pay ,

including such dignitaries as Senator as the date for a luncheon at the ills of refinancing a sys- $:.4| the almost capacity audience haps get more before the per-fis ers of St. Cloud. We have j|
C$ at Town
Spessard Holland who will Mrs. Mac's to hear a report from tem such as the utilities plant. Meeting "If your cal year is over." literally thrown away our 8;
1 made the principal address if the election committee composedof I He said it was a sound financial ::::::: tax bill is not lower than last money on lines outside the .\ \
pressure of business does not keep J. D. Benton Wells Moon and: plan and he could back it :: year there is an error. Come The Utilities Commission city for people who pay no \ \
him in Washington, are expectedto Dick Luzzader to learn the result -; up. Sullivan Nelson and Goss ::::: in and have it corrected.:' has Installed mercury vapor city taxes. We didn't throw

attend the noontime festivities. of balloting which will name: the city's fiscal agents, have |: The mayor pointed out lights on five streets, from away money this year as was
Also present will be the topMPLETED four new chamber. directors. I CANDIDATE AND CAMPAIGN MANAGER-Former been working with Smith and Gil- $E: that mere are many ways one end to the other and thrown away on the ;$30,000$ J
State Senator Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson is shown with his .:. to tell a lie but only one plan to light more streets line that was built in 1960.

the K. Boat-a-Cade C. Moore made and a report requestedthat on I old friend and former classmate at Stetson University lespie of ,Jacksonville to work out the a refunding city'sengineers ..:::::::::::::::::::::::raCharlie::::::::::::::::: : : ;:;:;:;: :::'...............................................-.......................................................................................................::: ..:V :,t--.'I]..'33'-D8&'JO&c.: :

all local persons having boatsto Phillip Keller, who will handle Dickinson's campaign in and refinancing plan wherebythe
them in the new improvements could be 0 .
put Tuesday Osceola ,
the :
County during forthcoming gubernatorialrace. f
made. Conner
afternoon regardless of whether Sets
by Eby)
Yf{i they were going on the cruise. The motion to adopt the resolution
'We will need- them for transportation was made by Commissioner Speech AtDedication:

to Southport on Wednesday VISITS COUNTY George Reynolds and second. .
," Moore, president of the ed by Commissioner Dan Autrey.It .

Boat-a-Cade explained.He carried unanimously. The commission ,

pointed out it will be necessary Dickinson Holds also moved to pay the I Florida Cattlemen's Day wilt
for everyone to volunteer. fiscal agents a fee of $625 per : be celebrated here Thursday, Oe.
services the week of October 22- $1,000 instead of $7.00 as had 1 tober 17 Kirby Hancock, prest
27 to make the cruise a success. been previously agreed upon. r' dent of the Osceola County Ca;

Moore said the Ransome Downes Meeting MondayThe Horace Phipps, vicepresidentof __ tIemen's Association, said Mon
/ show on Channel 9 in Orlando on the Chamber of Commerce

Friday at 6:30 p.m. would devote appeared before the commissionand ,i day.Purpose of the event will be to

much time to the BoataCade.On first potential gubernatorial held forth with a combination asked for adoption of the <'" -- ....... < formally dedicate the Florida
the subject of publicity, candidate in the person of for- handshaking "get-together" and 11 chamber plan for renaming and -!o.(,-r ...' +!:.on+ State Cattlemen's Building on
Pete Hunt reported that the Central -mer State Senator Fred O.: "Bud" coffee klatch at Mrs. Mac's Restaurant renumbering certain streets."I North Bermuda Avenue at 2-3: $
and South Florida Flood Control Dickinson visited Kissimmee Monday from 8 to 10 a.m. am certain you are aware Alt... at which Doyle Conner commit
District office was lining up morning. The reception was arranged by of the inaccuracies and inadequacies x .t stoner of agriculture will be
adequate coverage of the dedication The West Palm Beach attorney Attorney Phillip Kelley, who was that now exist," Phipps principal speaker. _
in the state's newspapers butt a classmate of Dickinson's at 11 said,, He suggested that the Hancock said the public is iir-
would be up to chamber officials Stetson University Law School and 11 streets be named numerically vited to attend the dedication

to get television coverage Bidding Set who will serve as Osceola County.I such as First Street Second White Steve Yowell ceremonies. He also pointed out,

,,t locally.He Campaign manager for his old 11 Street, etc.Commissioner. that persons can attend events
said a press booth would be For Nova Rd.A [friend and Attorney Edward 11! Dan Autrey following the ceremonies for the

set up at Southport the morning Brinson, also an alumnus of Stet pointed out that there is a lot of I OHS same price to be charged mem
of the dedication to help facilitate letter was read Monday to son and who will serve as county sentiment connected with the I. Names Top Kowboy ben $5.60. ThIs will include a
the work of press and television the Osceola County Commission campaign. treasurer. I names of some of the ,streets. social 1 fepur at the Kisstmme .
/ personnel covering the from: the. State. Road ,Department It may have been because I'' Mayor Adrian Bovis said he cc Elks dub at 5:15, a barbecue at
jeyent t. and a boat would! .be available which indicated that bids- on the ; county.. commission, meeting;, q preferred, .Jtc refer the matter to .- Par e r5" Of The Week" Ttipperaare jfeBae Parttet at
f to transport- those who needed Nova'Road''would* be-leton oCtober -scheduled for Monday morning 1 the" planning board for further a- K30 aad a chine at the Cfmy
it. : 29. 1 and court was in session, "but 11 study. Plaza Hotel in Orlando at 9:30. '_
According to the treasurers report Horton Buchan, deputy state most of the county's political II City Manager Charles Jackson Steve Yowell was named backof straight week. He was the leading Hanepck said tickets for guests'

the chamber had approximately -'highway engineer in a letter addressed leaders calledd tiring the morningto said the planning board had the week for the > secondTrackdown' ,-. scorer In Friday's game will be available at Hunt Bros.,
$1,307 in the bank and to road board member A. talk with Dickinson and pass made a preliminary study but against Leesburg and also leading Herzberg's, GookTs, MakiiMon'a
President Cody said. the organization Max Brewer, estimated the complete .the time of day.It wanted to know the feeling of ground gainer. He scored two Hardware, First Federal Saving;
would end the year slightlyin cost of the Nova Road I was also noticeable that W. the commission before proceeding touchdowns and gained 114 yardsin and Loan Association, the Kis
the red. would be $3,135,000.The J. (Fume Steed Orlando attorney with a project that containeda 16 carries. All 16 carries were simmee and St. Cloud Chamber
The new A second meeting of the board estimated cost would be and Osceola County citrus lot of work.Commissioner. Is Planned"Operation tried up the middle, so to speak, of Commerce for free gifts at
microwave tower erected was scheduled for Wednesday to $1,070,000 for 7.6 miles from state grower spoke in Dickinson's be Reynolds moved from tackle to tackle, against the stores which will advertise the-

by the Florida Telephone continue plans for the dedication road 500 east from Ashton; $1- half. This could mean that manyof and Commissioner Autrey sec- Trackdown" will be heavier Leesburglinemen.. event at a later date.
Corporation was completedthis to be followed by a Boat-a-Cade 760,000 for 7.6 miles east of Ash- central Florida's old line politicians onded that the planning commis- held statewide this weekend October Charlie White son of Mr. and The dedication will climax r

week.The large reflector board meeting Thursday.It ton to the Orange County line fora are lining up behind the 41- sion work out a suitable plan for U and 12, by the Florida Mrs. Charles L. White was name three day convention of the state'
dish is was pointed out both the sub-total of $2,830,000, and $305- year-old Palm Beach County can renaming and renumbering the Highway Patrol, Sgt. Vince Small-! ed lineman of the week. He is a association which will i begin:
or saucer designed Boat-a-Cade and the dedication 000 from the Osceola County line didate. streets and bring it before the wood safety officer, announced letterman five feet seven and Wednesday October 16 at the
to send o receive messages were to be held simultaneouslyand ] northeastly to state road 520 in And Dickinson can be considered commission for approvaL yesterday.This weighs 155 Ibs. He is an offensive Cherry Plaza, and following the
from the reflector and send crossed paths in such a way Orange County. a candidate and one of the statewide program is designed tackle and defense linebacker, I ceremonies here, will reconvene
them out on a horizontal that neither could be divorced Buchan said plans have been front running ones, because in Judith RoehrickHas to prevent or reduce the and also calls the defensive sig. there on Friday, October 18.
path. This tower is approximately and should be discussed jointly completed and right- -\\3.Y for answer to a question be said he death and injury accident rate on nals. Charlie played an excellent A number of noted speakerswill

third until the events occur. the connecting lick to the East never says he is a potential candidate ScholarshipA the state highways.The defensive game making tacklesall address the group' during the
one higher
Coast has been acquired.The because "I never stopped state is 64 deaths ahead of over i oe field.Chamber .
three day session, inchxttng an
than the older Photo :
tower. (
commission purchased a last and
running student attending the this same period year animal disease advisory committee
by Eby) payloader for $15,832.17 for the'I' In his speech here Monday at University of South Florida this,also 8,000 injuries ahead. There report by State Senator Irk.
BoatACadeMember County Road Department from his organizational meeting Dickinson fall is the recipient of state schol--I have been 58,000 injuries since To Bfonson of Osceola County.

the Florida Equipment Company,I not only spoke as a candidate -arship loans. January, 1963. Elect DirectorsBallots
Forms AvailableFor DriveIs the low bidder. but as a strong one. He She is Judith Roehrick of Kis- In Osceola County eleven persons :

CandidatesAt The commission approved a said he would qualify for the simmee.| have been killed which is have been mailed out Kiwanis Pushes
StartedA pay raise which was included in(he is seeking in January. The scholarship loans are six ahead of last year's record.I by the Chamber of Commerce to
School Office the budget for most members of awarded each year by the State In this program four marked I elect four new directors whose Ticket Sale -
drive will start Friday morning the county road department ef- Receives PromotionPrivate Department of Education to assist cars and three unmarked cars terms will expire October 31,
Forms are available at the to sign up everyone in Msslmmee fective October 1. students in preparation. for teach-1 will work concentrating on the 1966. Next Tuesday, October 15th
county school 'office for persons for membership in the The board adopted a resolution First Class William H. ing.The high accident areas. They will be Candidates whose names ap has been set as the deadline for
which set the machinery for Weidman promoted to a SP-4 the four sales of the patron tickets lot
desiring to run as candidate for BoataCade.K. up was loans of $200 per trimestercan checking especially on the ballot are Ben Craw
C. the general election to be held (corporal specializing in a certain be safe pear the performance: oi the UMe4-
SC'hooltrustee in the November Moore Jr., president of "repaid" by teaching m major violations, exceeding a ford, Paul Guynn Earl Harris,
5 election Bill Stephens, county the 14th annual cruise which will November 5-the polling places field)'. Bill had been a resident Florida schools after graduation. speed, running on the wrong side Jerry Ivey John J. Johnston, States Air Force Band which will
school superintendent said Tues be held October 22-27. said persons and officials of which are listedin of Kissimmee for many years before Students are allowed to attend of the road failure to yield rightof Jim Mongoven. Ed Phay and L. be held November 15th at the
will be asked to take out a a legal notice published in this being sent to Germany about the college or university of their way and improper passing. M. (Buddy) Williams Jr. Tupperware auditorium.
day.Stephens said only the signatures $2.00 membership whether or not issue. 2 years ago. choice. Ninety per cent of accidents are The ballots are to be completed Sponsored by the KisiimmeeKiwauis
of five freeholders are necessary they plan to take the cruise, and caused by these and other law and returned by October 15. Club the band will begin

to qualify a candidate to to fly the Boat-a-Cade flag. f aft- violations. Directors whose terms are expiring I at 8 p.m.
This money will be used tr Called the Wolf Pack, the troopers Davis Dick The patron tickets entitle the
are Mickey ,
nm.At a meeting Tuesday the help finance the advertising and will also be working in conjunction purchaser to reserve seats and a
Luzzader Don Hinton and Steve
county school board authorizedthe ether obligations of putting on I with the use of radar Miller. push is being made to end the-
purchase of three new school the event Moore said. and aircraft. The Osceola County sales so that general admission-
busses at state bid prices. Moore said he had checked ; Sheriffs Department and the City tickets may be o ered.
The board also authorized the win Jack Deadwyler of 4E Camp i4 7a Police will also cooperate in this Tropical HotelFurnishings Those desiring the patron tickets -
purchase of 460 lunchroom chairsat and the water in Klsslmmee program. CpL W. C. (Bill) Fros- may send their money to Alien -
$4.86 and eight new worktablesfor River is three feet higher thanit sard will be in charge of the OfferedThe Carroll treasurer or contact
the school lunchrooms at was the first of September men in this area. Murray Over reet Jr or Dr. Tom
$1,400 total cost "This gives us the water to tfi }: Sgt. Smallwood requests that Tropical Hotel furnishingsand Slain, ah-chairtae .

make this the best Boatacadein A- motorists be advised of the opera- equipment will be put on sale Students will be treated to a

several years*' Moore said. tion and that they cooperate by locally before removal, in response mate, sponsored
Adult Education this by the First National Bank Citizens -
not for
The Boat-a-Cade directors will driving carefully just to hundreds of requests,
Classes To StartThe meet Thursday at noon at Mrs.Mac's weekend but everyday. He added starting Thursday morning, October State Bai c, First Federal
will not be ef- Savings and Loan AMariattan and
Restaurant. He said all that the program 10th at 9:00 a.m., through
organizational meetings of other interested parties and representatives fective without the cooperation of Saturday, October 19th, except Kiehhaefcr.
Ten band itmfcnst how.
from civic clubs taking the motoring public.
the Osceola High School adult Sunday the 13th.
and St. laud will M
education program will be held part in the program are invited tint The furnishings of the 50 room
the week of October 14th begin. to attend.Brinson _r Farm Bureau Kissimmee Hotel, dining room chosen to play with the band alihts -
ning with a meeting of the typing y.ate . banquet hall bar and kitchen
class at 7:00 In room 3 of Elects DirectorsNew equipment will be priced and conveniently

the high school and the Conversational NamedAs directors of the Osceola displayed on the first First Case Ends ..
Spanish class in the floor.
ChairmanThomas Farm Bureau were electedat
study hall. Fearful that the furnishingiwould j In Mistrial ..
the annual barbecue held by
This will be the first meetingand be sold to out-of-town dealers -
F. Fleming Jr., -
the Saturday ngiht( The first for PvbfeV
group ease Defender -
the time for future
meetingswill chairman of the Citizens forFlorida's residents of Osceola County
Rocs Lanier Charie W. IX Fi-ttdtifcsu- :
They are Jr.
be set at this time. This will Future announced I urged that they have an opporjtunity ,
Partin, Bill Perry. Maynard Sul- Oaceota County ended hi a mh
be followed
by organizational make
an yesterday the appointment of ; tr livan. Hubert Rauknight Earl to purchases beforeits trial
meeting of the Shorthand-Book. removaLThe
EdwardBrinsonastheOsceola .Partin Clay Whaley, Tom Hugh- He was defending John Henry
keeping combination class which sate is expected to draw
County Chairman in the
Robert Godwin Maze 4A of accused"
Phil DiVirgilio Alabama
will be held in room 4 on hundreds of visitors from neighboring .
CFF in of .
campaign support
Glenn B1aisden., Bob I ancas- of the Ut.aRd... death of John
Wednesday night. October 16th counties to take advantageof
the College Building Amendment i -

at 7:00. : 0 ter Jack Batten and Van Bass. the sale. Richard Hudson 17. of 3t Cloud
State Senator Irlo Bronson was on July IS.
At this time these are the only
The CFF Is a voluntary organization -
guest speaker for the occasion. WIllet G. Mflitr of St Cloud.
classes which have shown sufficient
formed recently to Aboard HornetTravis
talking on the three constitutional foreman of a jury that was our
interest for If
generate awareness and en-
amendments. an hour and 40 MSJISJII told
of any the person.courses is offered Interested at Osceola in any thusiasm for the College PLAN OPERATION-Sheriff Bob Buckels, left,looks on as CpL Bill FI'OIIUd.and In addressing the more than 400 C. Murphy radannaa( Judge Roger A. Barker tt was

High School please contact the Building Amendment which Sgt. Vince Smallwood of the Florida Highway Patrol Department study the county persons who attended the outing seaman apprentice. USN. son of hopelessly deadlocked The trial
will provide $75,000.000 incapital
Senator Bronson both sidesof Mrs. Marie Murphy of 215 Patrick had lasted seven noun,
school or come to the orgaaiza- improvements at institutions map to plan "Operation Trackdown which will be held here this weekend. The gave
the question and said each individual St., Kissimmee, is serving State Attorney Arthur L. 9awd
tidal meeting at the time spec of higher learning in Sheriffs office and the Police Department will cooperate with the state officers in should make up his own anti-submarine warfare sup will detenatae if a Mtttel wiD

ified. 29 Florida counties. the operation. (Photo by Eby) mind ho wto vote. port aircraft carrier USS Hornet be sought.

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lI'I' I 2 The Ktw4mnwf (laxctte. KIMil 'I1M"C" Fla.. Tlrars. Oct. 10 13Thataway I ?. -. =.".,. : } ..: Orange Gardens Jottings

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I Local Bankers Attend Meet S -

. Insurance PointersBy

By BETTY EBY are Mrs. C. ,E. Carpenter, Don L W Marshall, is visiting hex
Mr. and Mrs. William Wallis.! aid Phillips, Mae Riedel, Nina daughter and family. Of Waco, i ,
ANNA J. REYNOLDSThe Mr. and Mrs. Behrerd Sarith ofPtehifoni
I Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Stevens and Sue CroweU, Vira White Jim- Texas. Mrs. Nern has visited in ,... } A ; .. z fYs
regular meeting of the Orange N.Y. have moved' into t
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harris represented IDle Cowart, Ladle Johnson, Philadelphia. Allentown Pa. and 5' .,
Gardens Civic Associationwas their new home OB 1W8 Orange
the First Federal Savings Betty Staiham Melvin Johnson, Vienna Virginia before coming toKissimmee. r
well attended and
very many Blvd.
and Loan Association of Osceola Mary Johnston, Faye Driver, '
= interesting and important points '
County at the 40th animal convention Ruth Perry, Ellanore: Jowers Word has been received hereof .
with reference to were brought
held last weekend at the BUI Padgett, Paulette Blfzs, the appointment of Dena Snod- Mrs. John'91s of 791
Iiit l forth by the ques-
Diplomat Hotel at Hollywood.Mr. j John Miller, Mrs. Clara Riedel, grass to the Florida Library and JF tion and answer period. Facts George St rotvmed teat Ashland j

-, 1 Barbara Reynolds, Earl Hugh Historical Commission by Gov. . .. ,. Ky. She is befag stated by
J. .. ., .... -... which are not usually presentedat
and 1\1rs. Dee Kftbury Schmidt Jr., Olin Williams, M. Farris Bryant. Dena the daughter - -', .. -,: -:..... ...... the time of purchase of many her son, Mr. Edgwr Thoman and
have returned to their home on L. YoweU, Lucy Anderson, Sar of A. T. Snodgrass moved to : :: q..Ii.,. insurance policies and these points his wife. i

Elizabeth Street after spendingthe ah Donahue Wanda Barnette, Kissimmee from Thomasvflle . '
were clearly and fully explained
at their home In Roberts Lois Rivers, D. with her and .. .
Kathy Georgia
summer family received :.: ',- ... by Mr. Howard. Sarra of the FlocIda
HomeD, New York. Coe lAVe, Rkfay Wllbanks her secondary education in States Treasurer's office. Mr. and Mrs Harry Lofemaa
Robert Carter. a sophomore Stephan Evans, Bill Hasty and the Kissimmee Schools. MJ8
Myron : returned to th.e on
MEMBERSHIP TEA-The annual Woman's Club membership tea was held Friday Another feature of the entertainment -
at Florida Southern College Sherry Cote. Best wishes to each Catherine St. early test week.
I has been pledged as a 'new member oCl00. afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ellis F. Davis. Above several of the officers program was a short"preview"
sketch from the play
of Theta Chi social fraternity.Mrs. Orange Gardens I check the final details before the guests arrive. They are, left to right,.Mrs. Cecil which will be
"Blithe Spirit",
I John J. McDougall has returned Elnora Woodward has returnedto Group Meets Norris, junior sponsor; Mrs. Davis, hostess and tea chairman; Mrs. Harry Dale, presented by the Footlight Thea- Dr. Walter T tmmmof 711
Tuesday George St. is a patient at Orange
home Lilly her home afer spending several -
her on
to treasurer; Mrs. Robert Ford, president; Mrs. C. W. Conley, vice president Mrs. tre on Oct. nth and 12th. Memorial where he has
Street after spending the summerat weeks in Atlanta, Ga. visitingher Hospital
Bucksport, Maine. sister. The Orange Gardens Home I Stetson Tarver, recording secretary and Mrs. Bob Bobroff, corresponding secretary. undergone surgery.

f Joe Poskins has returned from Mrs. Elsie Grigsby Is leaving Demonstration Workshop was well (Photo by Eby) The Ethical Fellowship had its --

his summer home at Ashkum, Saturday for North Augusta, attended Tuesday when old fash- first meeting of the season last

Illinois.Mr. South Carolina where she will ioned sun bonnets and, attractive frames washcloth Your Club Presidents Sunday, Oct. 6. These meetingswill SHRIMP .

spend two weeks visiting her I. slippers picture be held every first and third In A Basket ;
and Mrs. John tt. Lope- son and family, the Walter were made by the women. Sundays of the month and the

man, have returned to their Marten. Mrs. Jennie Pyle spoke on gardening and- BPWC President. subjects to be discussed will beannounced FREEZETTEDRIVEIN .: !
home in Orange Gardens. They Dr. Olive Fish has entered the when to prune plants f, in the Orange Gardens '
spent the summer months In Holiday Hospital at Orlando to fertilize. Mrs. Ruby Beswick bulletin for the current month. :
Rocky River, Ohio. undergo further eye surgery spoke on time saving oven meals. t J

Mrs. Hey White, 89, a pioneer, Thelma Rolls is a patient at An apncot-cherry: dessert was 4'j Has Busy WeekWanda

resident of. Kissimmee is convalescing . the Osceola Hospital after suffering prepared demonstrated and serv-

at the Skidmore Restorium a back injury in a fall at her ed to the group by Mrs. Cede 1J : : : ornoc: ..... LssitRwOS .. ..'

at Lake Alfred. home. Ladue, president. Barnette has had a busy Top among her hobbies is horseback I 847.9444 .
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Aikenhead t Mr. and Mrs. Fred Althause Prizes were won by Mrs. Ruth week. As president of the Kis- riding and since her hus- 0

have closed their cottage in New r returned last week from an extended ; Englander Mrs. Bess Arthur, simmee Business and Professional band raises horses she has plenty -

Waterford, Ohio and are enroutt! visit to Ohio and other Mrs. Jo Murray Mrs. Mary Mas- Women's dub she has spear- of opportunity to pursue this I TEA
sengill Mrs. Pyle and Miss Elsie nun JAMES L. HUTCHINSON ..
to Kissimmee. They are being delayed -' states. headed the local activities held phase. She also loves dogs and
McPherson.The '
M.Iropo scn "" anc. CorairffwtfECTATB
In Columbus, Ohio due tc in observance of National Busi-
cats. .
will be held PLANNING .
next meeting AND BUXNC IAMCC
the serious illness of his brother Dr. Pollom has returned to ness and Professional Women's....
November -
Jim Aikenhead, who is in a Cleveland his home after spending several at 2 p.m. Tuesday ti rWanda Week. Wanda is a member of the Baptist -

I Clink. weeks at Orange Memorial Hos 5th. Wanda (Mrs. Buddy Barnette Church. METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY

pital. I moved to Kissimmee four years OFFICE:: 2O3 NOWTM MAGNOLIA AVCNVJC. OALANDO FLARsDtNCC .
On the birthday list: this week Mrs. Ina Nern, mother of Mrs. Garden Club 'ago from Orlando. She operates Open House Held : SU4 E..ETT STlltE&T. KI..eE., .FLA. a

.her own beauty shop on Martin
Circles To MeetThe k Street but manages to find time At Culture CenterThe

) Barnette for the responsibilities of her of ,

Garden dub circles have I public was invited to an 1
meetings this week and next. fice.Mary Open House at the Osceola County START TODAY TO ..

The Rose and Hibiscus this BPW Club Observes Summerlin Art and Culture Center Wednesday . ..

Thursday at 2:30: p.m. The Rose October 9, from 4-6. A theater -
National Club Week"The '
Circle will meet with Mrs. Fred Group Had LuncheonThe and meeting place for county .u ,

Thrush and the Hibiscus with cultural organizations has been
Responsibility of Full ...
COMPLETE FURNISHINGSAND Mrs. Robert Ford.Wednesday. Partnership." This progressive Mary Summerlin Circle of made in the big former garageat ELENA RUBINSTEIN'SEXCLUSIVE ....,
October 16th, at the Woman's Society of Christian the comer of Bryan and Stew- .: . . .
theme, adopted by the National :'{ ,
9:30: a.m. the Daylily Circle will Federation of Business and Professional Service met for a covered dish art streets. ; < > 'j

meet with Mrs. Murray Over- Women's Clubs sets the luncheon at the home of Mrs. For several weeks carpenters, .

EQUIPMENTSALE street Neptune Road, with Mrs. pace for National Business Worn ; Earl D. Clark Monday honoringMrs electricians and plumbers have '
William Prather co-hostess. en' Week, October 6 through 12. John Thoman been transforming the front of SKIN DEW, :

Their program is preparationand Mrs. Martha Marshall, who is Mrs. Thoman, who is movingto the building into a little theater

use of dried material, presented helping to coordinate National Kentucky resigned as cochairman with make-up and dressing rooms, .
by Mrs. Miles Sharp. Business Women's Week activities of the circle. Mrs. Lula stage and seating capacity for 120

Friday October 18th at 2:30 in the Kissimmee area, said Beauchamp was elected to fill the persons. Beautiful blue draperies INVISIBLE ALL DAY :

p.m. the Gloriosa Circle will "The purpose of the week Is to unexpired term. loaned by Tupperware cover one _S
meet with Mrs. D. E. Cooper- i spotlight the achievements and Mrs. U. Hazel Taylor resignedas long wall and also provide a BEAUTY TREATMENT

rider, Mrs. William Sussenberger -I contributions of business and sunshine chairman. Mrs. Irlo stage curtain. Comfortable chairs I
(Skin Dew is can
i cohostess.Mrs. professional women; to create Bronson was appointed to this of- and air conditioning add to the so dewy-light you '
it with without makeup)
wear or
Robert Ford will present better understanding of the goalsof fice.Mrs. comfort of both patrons and

dried working_ women,, their needs, rembers.Under . .
= the. program arrange ," Beauchamp led the ."" ,, ,
$- "" "
THURSDAY OCT. 1 Oth Thru Louis :':
and ambitions. the direction of "
meats:: . .. .... .. .. :and program on "Sharing"Those ':" .
: Across;:the country,"' American present, were Mmes- Jen- French.: Footlight Theatre Guil< .:, .:.i 4
SATURDAY, . OCT. 19th women are accepting 'THE RESPONSIBILITY nie Allen Lula Beauchamp, members have scrubbed, and .
.J Services Held 1 OF FULL PART- George C. Bronson, Irlo Bronson, painted till the zero hour in preparation 1..,.. ...: .. I!

[Except Sunday] For NERSHIP" in their jobs, their Lula Grove Maudie James, Neva for the opening play of DEWY DEWY.';:: )::.,, >.." >' ,'.:::fi'MOI'STURE ."'" :=.?..' : >' i
John McGinnis Jr. communities, their country. Only Langley Mabel Semple, Mary I the season. Blithe Spirit, a 3-act 3 ':' . (p' .

9 'TIL 9 .. by working together toward a Smith, Philip Smith, John Thoman comedy will be presented three I! : '. ''.': : :.' ::..
goal of better trained women, Miss Dollie Clark and Mrs. Earl nights Thursday, Friday and f.r ;'r=.. : '-
Funeral services for John can we hope to fill the future dark. I Saturday October 10, U and 12, 300.500,8.50 ,

Woodford McGinnis Jr., 49, of needs of our growing economy. at 8:15. The play is under the prlcts plus tax II . .. .
Vineland, were held at 2 o'clock Currently there are 24.5 million direction of Jerry Phay. Ticketsare
Friday from the Grissom Chapel, women in the Nation's workforce NO JOB TOO BIG or too small available at the box office

with the Rev. Jimmy R. Cox, and the Bureau of Census when it comes to commercial members of the Guilt HUNT '
and from
ALL SALES FINAL Minister of the First Christian predicts a 25 per cent increasein printing. Can 847-2881 today Reserved seats and a street level.! '.,... ., ;.. :' : "
Church. officiating. Casketbearers women workers by 1970 with and ask for Mr. Mears for free air-conditioned theater are at BROS.Now ., .

and presentation of the Flag progress fastest in the profes- estimates on your job work. Kissimmee and St. ,.. .>.
You'll be glad did. tracting many ..
was courtesy MakinsonCarsonPost sional and technical fields. Occu- you -S "
Cloud families. .., & .::f'k1 4
Number 10, American Le- pations which will need women
gion. Interment was in Rose Hill include: doctors nurses, medical S

NO REFUNDS Cemetery. Grissom Funeral technologists nutritionists, chemists five kinds Chevrolets for all kinds of people !

Home was (in charge of arrange engineers teachers, and
community and service workers. _
ments. -
Mrs. Marshall pointed out that -r--.: ._ S
the National Federation of Business
';" ;: ; = and Professional Women's

fJ \ : \r 'f' Clubs Inc., celebrating its 35th ,
National Business Women's Weekis ; ----

'" @ .*1? Y5. . I helping women to develop their I
t individual talents, to be prepared

; i to accept the new responsibilitiesof
t .
: 'At. : : .,. ; the
.'. ,,.-, ". '.'''' .. 'i .,: .,>; .,. ,. ... :i1.: ... .. j Partnership space age.is being stressed
> >
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> celebrate National Business

On October 6, the first day of r-
National Business Women's Week 1

CHESTFREEZER each member was urged to at- ,
tend the church of her choice.In .
the afternoon of October 6.

1 from three to five a Get Ac-
t -- I quainted Tea was held in the
1 I modern home of Mrs. Lucile / III ,
1 oi Squires Idora Park. Mrs. Eliza-
beth Dillard was chairman for
:: I this tea. The ability of Mrs.
Dillard with the assistance of
I 'her committee was in evidence
F! throughout the house by the floral

.. arrangements of roses in the

.. living room and marigolds in I-
Fl. other parts of the house. Punch ;
"" "; was served from a silver punchbowl 4 i if ._
t f in the dining along _
;'1 room, __
,> with cookies and miniature sand-
\ wiches. Those preferring coffee
t: were directed to the Terrace I
M.4.I which had been made attractivewith
containers filled
pottery : > t
CA 122 with wild flowers placed at ad- sy

0 vantageous spots. A table overlaid ; ---
12.0'CU. n. tit
with a cut-work cover and #

containing a silver coffee serv-

Total contact freezing shelves 0 Fast freezing anywhere In box I ice was presided over by Mrs. i

9-peiti0n temperature control No exterior swearing Counterbalanced I Mildred Ddreyer and Mrs. Avis
Griffen. The afternoon served to
Adjustable doer shelves Kd I
1 acquaint the present members
with many former members of
the Kissimmee dub and prospec- JET-SMOOTH LUXURY CHEVROLET-For luxury6cylinder engines. Chevy Ii'.I:: odels. in two series
tive members. loving people. Rich new styling finer appointments in all act like they're bigger, more expensive cars!
EITHER ONE 'S ;. To climax the week there will all four series and 15 models. Engines up to 425 hp*, CORVAIR-For fun-loving people More fun than

,, be .a "Come As You Please"Breakfast manual or Powerglide transmissions. ever from Corvair's new bigger engine! Same Corvmir :
FOR OHLY. at the home of Mrs. NEW CHEVELLE-For pacesetting people. A totally handling and riding ease in 9 models-including the
.. Avis Griffen 219 So. Vernon new kind of car with small-car handling, big-car comfort! 150-hp Turbocharged Spyders'!

Avenue at 7:30 a.m., on Saturday Styling that makes expensive cars jealous. Three series CORVETTE-For sports-minded people. Corvette now <
October 12. AH present and 11 models, and a full choice of engine and transrides softer, smoother-bat loses none of its gusto trcctnrt :
mission teams! V8 offers .
its big versions from 250 !
past and prospective members of to 2'
the Kissimmee Business and CHEVY II-For practical people. Chevy II .Want to get teptber with otter p r4wtf ;_

PARKS FURNITURE CO. Professional Women's dub are with new V8 power* for fun-on-a-shoestring. pleaU1 Go see your Chevrolet ..... . hastiNHl j'
Stretches the further with and kinds!
invited to this breakfast. The shoestring .- > of.**.* .

guest of honor at this breakfastwill See fi,e egfeifralgfei lilt fees of cars atfroso' Chevrolet Showroom-CHEVROLET, CttEYEULf CHEVY TT

I be Miss Helen Parades of _n_________u,.-----n-0-.__...h_______________. .__,__CIPWUJL1--.--l-.'_ .._UMCfTt____n____.'__. .,.
KISSIMMEE CLOUS Perrine, Florida, who is the S ;
847-4171 ..JIlt ( 1963.1361 president of the Florida STARLING CHEVROLET INC.
S Federation of Business and Professional ,
h. ._ : Women's dubs. ,..n .41 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Ft

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Beta -1-- De Kk& Gal the KUsknme?. Fla.. Thara" Oat 10. 1816 U
Epsilons i U I
St. Cloud RotaryHonors ,

Discuss Projects .S,
i The Beta Epsilon chapter of MAKINSON
I Teachers :Beta Sigma Phi met Wednesday Lzr

evening at the home of Mrs. Esther

ST. CLOUD Rotary Club B. Stephens, John and Mrs. CoLombo Pollom with the presidentMrs. = +

Itn' idmt Donald D. Lettow. and Mrs. Truitt Schellen- Robert. Guynn, presiding.The .
greeted new teachers and county berg. program "Your Poise and HARDWARE
Public school officials and welcomed Charm" was cleverly presentedby
them to the cookout held Today (Thursday) at noon Mrs. William Hasty and Mrs.
in their honor List Thursday at Rotary Club will meet at Park Guynn.
the Community House. view Restaurant. Dr. Richard Mrs. Richard Luzadder, social
Dick Chencmeth. editor of the Lcx>ffier. who saw military service -chairman, presented extensive INVITES YOU TO SEE
Rotary bulletin Cloudbuster extended in a German town in this plans for the chapter project for
a word of welcome in the Rotary exchange district, will the year which is to be a Sweet-
bulletin: The St. Cloud Rotary speak and show pictures of the heart Ball, Feb. 14th. Money from THE 1964 SIEGLER
Club is pnviledged to entertainthe German community. this project will be used to set '
new teachers of the St. Cloud up a fund for the needy children -
school system .at our annual din- of Kissimmee. Members are already -
ner. ." at work on elaborate dec
The following teachers were Officers Club To orations and promotion. Details on !! \4
present: James R. Baber, Walter the dance will be given at a later
:Mickler Jr.,. Mrs. Nancy Outten Meet Tuesday Night !date.
and children: Walter Watkins, Refreshments were served to 4

principal Ross Jeffries Elementary Mmes. Clyde Bass, Ed Brinsoa, 'TOQIII
The Officers Club of the Kis- !t-
School, and Mrs. Watkins; James Dyer, Robert Guynn, Wi- -
Miss Beverly Taylor. Miss Dixie simmee Rebekah Lodge will hold dam Hasty Ralph Lohmann
Ann Moltern. Miss Mittie Steen; their regular meeting Tuesday, Ie51.
Richard Luzadder Bill Makinson f
T. J. Gannarelli high school October 15, at 8 pjn. at the home Reid McWhirter Charles Mikell,, A ""'" .........-
principal and Mrs. Gannarelli. of Mrs. Margie McGonigal, on "!"!. .
Esther Pollom,
Eugene .
Nalley .
,, :
School officials Cherry Street. -
present were "f
John Spencer, and Dwane Watts.
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Now E I
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BPW CLUB OFFICERS-Pictured at the Get Acquainted Tea held Sunday at the 4 3

home of Lucile Squires were, seated, left to right Sybil Carte, second vice president

Martha. Marshall, first vice president, Wanda Barnette, president. Standing,

., left to right Isobel Bartholew, corresponding secretary, Rose Bobroff, third vice fUt r. ,j r 'tnWP

...y Open president and Helen Lynam, recording secretary. Zola Nash, treasurer, was not >P 4

present. (Photo by Eby)

to serve you Elementary School News Junior Women

Jhe lookhlite
Hear Talk

., >, : '...(>: : :" -. :; !: : '" ;; .', ::: :.' > . PeriodTo
--i :
: M ., : >' ?" ," .' :; .?i"'td ';',"1-.1.: "<;. <'. ><;: ;" ..," .... ':f Grading On CubaDr.

... :..:;/ >,-.: 4'i. '..z ',.. 01. '-" .,_ : ;a. -4;. ,. ,"...,L".< :' .fr. \ :-:'.' .' i-". ..... ',' j-""; Louis Seiglie, Osceola High, will show you why

3 "x ,"- ; End School teacher and former school' .
z.L2.: : Tuesday principal and attorney in Cuba,, --
; told Kissimmee Junior Woman'sclub .:;
(- :
I I members about Cuba and its r- ;.' T
By PEGGY BRADBURY tion with geography.Two 'problems Tuesday at the clubhouse \ :
Kissimmee Elementary Prin boys from Mrs. Louise 'I on Oak street. ; :
cipal Louis Feuerstein will be Elliott's level one room were .
the speaker at the PTA meeting on the sick list. Gary Lar I "Our biggest mistake was dividing N

October 10 at 7:30: p.m. son was a patient at Orlando ourselves_ and being blind .
in the Cafeteria. He will explain General Hospital and Greg to the issues," Dr. Seigbe said, \
the ungraded primary Hileman had a broken arm. "and the basic issue behind Cu .

system of education which we ban trouble is the struggle o: 'f>t .
ga a
have during the child's first Bobby Patterson In Mrs. Communism to get rid of the dig i. ;
Laura Miller's level four
three years in school. Princi- allied Christian way of living :
r pal Feuerstein will also discuss room has the solution for That is the only issue therein i I Y Ms
loose teeth. "I wish I had ...
n the world but
grouping of children in unfortunately f ..
false teeth. Then I could "
our school. people don't realize that. fOIl
take them out whenever I -
r Tuesday, October 15, the w
wanted to. I would take them Dr. Seiglie was introduced by: ...
six week's grading period for
out if I didn't like the food. Mrs. Davis Bateman, first vice' c ..
grades four five, and six ends. ..
I .... First report cards of the In this same room. Carl president. Following the talk, the ,Of,
school home the following regular business session was -
year go Rodenbaugh told of a ModelA call'l
ed to order by Mrs. Claude
week. Levels one car which cost $15.000. All

l .. .......' ..:,..;. ..... ... . j. I through nine are on a nine of the children seem to have ley, president. The club to\ (01P
, : 'f !
.,. ,- f't-.';..: :;t: < : f' \ : '"'JIit weeks have a. chicken barbeque October
-<.t ""A. '" : .t -r ,... i, grading period. plenty of snake stories. 19 at the American borne'
Mrs. Melba Feuerstein,
J school secretary, urges parents 1 This class has been study. for members and Shell husbands. r:9
'to please provide children ng the months' of the year. The group also decided havea
with coin purses. Most They have been drawing pictures pie sale the day before Thanks- ....
ROBERTS GULF SERVICECORNER important is to have the which represent the giving as a moneymaking project. a
child's name in the purse Incase months. The pictures which Mrs. Cecil Norris, Senior club 1 HII
it is lost it can be re ell tha most about the monthare sponsor, introduced two guests .
turned. With sweater weathed selected for the bulletin Misses Becky and Beverly Tay ...
VINE AND BERMUDA with us. names should also board display. Best pictures lor. 0 0 7 a
for January were done by (..
be in the wearing apparel.For Refreshments served .
by :
were # c
Muller and GIna Croft.
long planners, Tracy 101
range a members of the Social committeeto
WE WISH TO THANK YOU ONE AND ALL FOR YOUR WONDERFUL combined Kissimmee Elementary Those chosen for Februarywere aEL

TO RESPONSE VISIT US DURING AGAIN! OUR GRAND OPENING . WE INVITE YOU ween and Carnival Highlands will be Hallo-held calf done and by Karen Kimberly Christian Met- James Richard Mesdames Mongoven Luzadder T.Richard Eugene K. England Guelde Nalley,,, @(![J [}{] ffi ? ;

who is to this
a newcomer
October 26 (on a Saturday) at John Jamison, Harold Bethune,
BUY YOUR GULF FUEL OIL FROM M. L. YOWELL. the Livestock Pavillion Thisis i group Cecil Norris Edward Park, Charles
LE[1 @Lfrnrn[}{]
a PTA sponsored project I Music teachers, Mrs. Jean Kimberly, J. D. Benton, Hugh .
FEATURING . p -----Itt.oRala--., Mrs. Ardath Seyler's level ,: Donahue, has been teaching Stephens, John Croxton, Kent ..;
seven room has earned 12
Powers, Francis James
J VALUABLE COUPON Halloween songs to her level
THAT GOOD 1 ribbons for perfect attend one through nine classes. Hunter, Alton Parrish, Herbert Behind the gleaming, porcelain
50 EXTRA BONUS ance this year. They colored a musical Jack- Parker Charles Jackson, Don find
cabinet you'll a patented
GULF SERVICE I i Nancy Maynard Is Mrs. Rinkus, Darrell Morton, Richard
o-lantern and have done creative inner unit that make.lp.r
Mary Dyal's fourth grade Veleta, Murray Overstreet, Jr.,
art pictures by listeningto
floor heat possible. Look at the
TV STAMPS room has a new brother.
j George Gant Sam Lupfer III,
LUBRICATION I records. The children big blower wheel that drives
Margaret Underwood is a new
Douglas Thomas Davis Bateman,
ed their eyes and day dreamed
student in this the air through a battery of
WASHING I WITH PURCHASE OF 10-GAL. OR MORE OF GASOLINE 1 while Mrs. Donahue played Claude Whatley, and to the Misses that
Mrs. Judy Davis level inner heat tubes set rightin
ACCESSORIES OR WITH LUIRICATION AND OIL CHANGE. the music of Sctakowski's Mary Ellen Carter, Becky Taylor
I [with this coupon, good Oct. 11, 12, 13th only] I en class said good-bye to "Night on Bold Mountain" Beverly Taylor, Cindy Robertson *he heart of the ire! Siegler
TIRES & BATTERIES Lynn Bowen who moved to Carol Ann Johnston. doesn't wait for the heat to
VALUABLE COUPON Then the children interpreted
| Melbourn. come out...it got right in afterit
--------- --. For the last three weeks, meant through to art them.what the music ,then forces it over your Soar! ;

I the fourth. fifth and sixth Come in and see for yourself
grades have been studying the Mrs. Gwen Murphy. Special FOR RENT why Siegler Outheett-Outkttt all
Instruments of the band and Education instructor, has a FURNISHED COTTAGE other!
orchestra. Under the direction most interesting and chal '45 MONTH
of their music teacher lenging field In our school L 847.2013
y Mrs Elaine Knight the classes curriculum. She works with
have seen films. heard records small groups of children not /
and had discussions more than six at the time. In / .; / \
about the instruments from her concentrated reading pro-

primitive times! to present day gram, the children read in ARCADETHEATRE I
SAVE Instruments. Some of the students easy level library books for
demonstrated their I instruments pleasure and at the same
for the class. time. to gain confidence In

WHERE YOUR When the Footlight Theatre their reading ability. Many BUY NOW PAY LATER ON THE
Guild presents Noel Coward's procedures are used. For example MATINEES SAT.-SUN.- 2:30
MONEY EARNS .. Blithe Spirit on October 10, one child will read a EVENING PERFORMANCES 7 P.M. 'MAKINSON EASY PAYMENT PLAN'Drop
11. and 12 Kissimmee Ele- story silently and tell the
mentary School will be rep group his story. Another ,-

resented on the sage and child will read orally to the FRI. SAT., Oa. 11 and 12
back stage by faculty members group and then ask questions
4 % Mrs. Jerry Phay library about what he read. "GUNFIGHT AT THE in or call us NOW and we

ian is director of this popular O. K. CORRAL"
The children drill on will send our Heating Expert to .
play And fifth grade teacher BURT LANCASTER
{, Rector will play the Dolch's 220 ba ic sight words.
Mr Bill
PER ANNUM part of Dr. Bradman. Mrs. They drill on fundamentalfacts KIRK DOUGLAS your home To determine exactlythe

DIVIDEND Helen Gill who teaches level of accuracy also and speed plus size and type of Siegler will
Mrs. Murphy works on
four children has also participated
F in the Guild's various the importance and necessityof best heat your home . We also
[COMPOUNDED AND productions.The writing legibly. :

PAYABLE QUARTERLY) play will be held at She has worked closely install Fuel Tanks and Lines . So :
the Osceola County Art and t COLW&A POURS' to'
with County Health Nurse
Come In Today or Just Call Us For
Culture Center on the corner Mrs. Anna Mae Quirk. Children AnmREStEI ,

.-'.- "'. of Stewart and Bryan Streets. were taken to the County The Warmest Winter Ever! :
: ' Mrs George Y. But Jr., level Health Department In

.. one teacher. Is an officerfor groups of five for various M
the Culture Center and tests. Mrs. Murphy commendsthe $Of$1bROM nnwer
._. .. Instrumental establishing X8I0
was children and for
>- parents
,> "C' this Center which Is a their cooperation. 1 COtDRIIN YES WE TAKE TRADE-IN'S :

genuine credit to our city.
Jerry Winfred In Mrs. Pat 1

Tilly's level one room has a KISSIMMEE I
sister. When asked why ;
/. she couldn't run. Donna YOU CAN SPEND [Bco] KMA I MAKINSON

Gaines told Mrs. Tilly that STAMPS LIKE MONEY!
H*H* p** F ara* b auVaiaHnaBBBaBfleW
she had a loose tooth.
FIRST_ FEDERAL The boys and girls in Miss UH [ko] KMA STAMPS t. buy Clgor tf*s, Cigar, Pet'.
Melissa Hill's fourth gradeare manents. Shoes for the Kid, School Supplies, Meals out. Gas
and OH Tires Batteries, Food, Medicines Clothing Furniture, ,
Savings and Loan-Association, oFOSOEOLA OOUNTY learning how man kept The Finest Gifts, Flowers and Jewelry, Garden Supplies Hard !: HARDWARE"STORE :
K t s s i M M e e'i ST. CLOUD .' time in the ancient days. Ware and thousands of other Hems and services_ Kissimmee
They are measuring the shad Merchants have to offer you.YOU DON NEED A CATALOG

11II ow of a shadow stick three WITH THE HOtSf OUT FtOHT ;
times each day for three days. WATCH FOR DETAILS! "

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THEKISSIMMEE : ZIP CatchesThe Engineering Firm

_t GAZETTEA Public

Fancy Fast Turns Down JobBy

J.k. H. Perry Newapper

Offices: 24-26 Stewart Are. Use of the ZIP Code has caughtthe JERRY BERSONST. Ed Winnie, acting svperintend-
h Telephone 841881Ent..re public fancy but more im- t CLOUT -Mayor Fred Ford ent of utilities presented request -
r'pli portant to the Post Office it is informed members of the Utilities from a prospective custom

being used by mass mailers who Commission at a recent meeting er in Kissimmee. Park tor a line
as Second Class Mall Matter tie their mail in direct bundlesto that Black & Veatch has termi- extension to his property. Aftera
In ttaf Post Office at Klsstmmec.
post offices and apply] the ZIP nated negotiations to serve as short discussion Commissioner
Code number to the bundle. consulting engineers for the St. Louis Berson said the tide used
Published Thursdays at Kissimmee, One of the first nation-wide Cloud Utilities.F. during this administration would

mailings to be completely ZIP C. Wallace, the company'schief apply-if the rev we does not pay
LEO SCHUMAKEREditor Coded went out from Kissimmeethis engineer in Central Florida, for the line in three years, the

and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION week when Dale Spencer's called the mayor. and said his user would pay the difference.
National Board of Examiners firm could not take on the St. Winnie was instructed to figure

RATESSix mailed 45,000 pieces to some 20.- Cloud Utilities as a client becauseof the cost and submit same to applicant.
months. $%. 0; one year $4.00; two years, $7.00 000 separate ZIP Coded postoffices the bad political climate. .
4 The Klssiimnee KUsimmee. Fla. Thurs.. Oct. 10, 1963 or branches. Previous negotiations betweenthe Winnie also reported the Superior

Postmaster F. S. Ledbetter Jr. Utilities Commission and Wal- engine which has not run for

assigned employees to a special lace had progressed smoothly and the past three years, is now run-

Fire Prevention WeekUnless task of coding mailing lists for reached the point where a proposed ning smoothly and asked if any
Kissimmee mailers and felt that method of payment had of the commissioners wished to

Kissimmee "may be way ahead"on been presented by the company's hear it or inspect it I before official

we are all more careful, more than one hun- this project. ,. 1 representative.Ford acceptance and final paymentof

dred million good U. S. dollars will go up in smoke Cody Publications, which mailsa stated that during his telephone 517.000 for labor parts and
of magazines through the conversation with Wallacethe engineering supervWon, is made.
score :
this month. Kissimmee's share of this depends on local post office, already has one , ; : !1 engineer implied that a new He said there was one more test

you. While fire prevention must be practiced every magazine address list in "ZIP : ; ; composition of the city and utilities to be run under the supervision

day, week and month of the year, special emphasisis Code orderand plans to have commissions, result of the of the i installing eagfeeer.
all publications mailed by code forthcoming spring elections
placed on it during Fire Prevention Week.In .
might contract
bundles by January 1. not any
urging observance of Fire Prevention Week, the Under the ZIP Code the first made by a previous Utility Com Lulu Overstreet

Osceola County Association of Insurance Agents three digits represent Sectional mission.:

points out that carelessness causes 75 per cent of the Centers. Five or more pieces of Another/ contributing factor, according Circle Met MondayEleven
mail to the same five-digit code to the mayor, was ,the
fires that take place in 1,000 American homes each are wrapped in a bundle whichis ZIP CODE MAILING-F. S. (Beany) Ledbetter Jr., postmaster and Dale Spencerlook way the City Commission had act- members, including one

and every day. not opened until it reaches the over the bulk mailing entered at the local post office by Spencer. Spencerused ed on approval of bills for the new member, Mr. Blanche G

What can you do to make your home fire-safe? clerk handling that :zone. When the ZIP Code in cooperation with the post office request to help speed up de- Black & Veatch report covering Galster, met at the Home of Mrs.
mailedto general conditions of the utilities
less than five pieces are Webster Cotttes for the October
Fire Chief Arlo Lawrence has these suggestions: the same five-digit number, livery. (Photo by Eby) operation. There was much criticism meeting of the Lulu Overstreet

1. Be careful with cigarettes. Never throw away a they are grouped by the first of the report and recom- Circle of the First Methodist

cigarette or drop a match without making certain three digits and resorted at the mendations with a majority of the Church.

Sectional Center commission disapproving the payment Mrs. Lena Hunt, l leader conducted
that it is extinguished. Keep matches from chil-
away "Thus we will avoid much of Bulldogs Drop Commission HagglesThird Various and sundry yea the business meeting

dren. Never-repeat never-smoke in bed. the handling heretofore neces- sons were given for nonapprovalof Mrs. Ethel Ride gave the devotions -

2. Make sure your electrical appliances are in good sary." commented Ledbetter. Game the bill, one that the $6,000 and in the absence of the

condition. If they have loose connections, or cords "Mail sacks closed by Mr. Spen- Over Unpaid BillsST. had not been budgeted for the program chairman, Mrs. Hunt
in A ROW
cer will in many cases not be engineering fees. gave the program.
that are frayed or worn, have them repaired opened until received by the mail Mayor Ford said, "This was an

3. Check your closets and attic. Throw out old carrier on the route." CLOUD The Bulldogs opportunity to save a lot of money -

newspapers, magazines, and other waste materials. Use of ZIP Codes by the gen- dropped their third consecutive ST. CLOUD-Approval of unpaid was a question: of whether or not for Black & Veatch have done BROASTED
eral public enable mail to be game to Groveland Greenbacksby bills which is usually routine the municipal judge and police 90 per cent of the work that
Fires feed on such items. business of the Com- officers should have legal counsel CHICKEN
in Mid-Lakes City
sorted faster, he explained. "Ulti- a 25-14 score a would have to be done again by
4. Keep a flashlight handy for use in dark places. mately we may have electronic Conference game played last mission was not so routine at the if a defendant has an attor- another engineering firm, that is,

Never strike matches or carry lighted matches or .devices which will read these Friday at home. last meeting. Commissioner John ney to represent him. if we are able to get any reliable FREEZETFEDRIVEIN
loss is statistic in the Hudson objected to the $1.00 fee Since no commissioner had
candles into closets attics. numbers and sort mail automatically The a engineering firm to take a job
or ," he added. "That could Conference record but it does paid to police officers when appearing been given time before the meeting turned down by Black Veatch."

5. Never leave small children alone. Even if you only be done with a numerical not tell the entire story of the in municipal court. He. to look into this problem He said that a new engineeringfirm

are leaving for just a few minutes, get a responsible system such as the ZIP Code." game. also moved that one half of the Mayor Ford pointed out this is would have to duplicate work

person to stay with them. And when leave for an Operating out of a tight T- $25 paid to Chief Bud Yarger a good example of why things already done and would have difficulty
you formation that the Bulldogcouldn't monthly in addition to his base should be discussed informally so
submitting bid with no >
extended period of time hire a baby sitter. solve Coach Buck Collins a e
pay be deducted from the pay- that all commissioners can be knowledge of what the work would
Remember, carelessness is behind most fires. The Greenbacks broke loose for prepared to vote intelligently. FOLIAGE
roll.Since encompass.
best person to banish carelessness on your property Baptist three long scoring runs. tk' motion was out of Brooks' other question was to Concluding his announcement
A poor game-opening kick gave ask if the auditors should AHEAD !
order, Mayor Ford asked for the city the
is Mayor Ford said, "Therefore,
Has PromotionST. St.Cloud's
you. Groveland possession on vote on approval of the payroll.The not come in and do a trial balance Utilities Commission has no en-
46 yard line. Taking the to satisfy some discrepancies -
mijority voted "yes.
to discuss with Kissimmee's -
gineer plans
School of-
CLOUD-Sunday off Maurice Williams
hand Th mayor said that the fee in the books which occur captor beauty
ficers and teachers of First Bap- loose the first play of engineers for buying
Hurricane on
InformationSteps for policemen is, and has because of delinquencies in utility -
tist Church assumed their responsibilities the game and scooted down the syiem power from Kissimmee. We will on KODAK COLOR HIM
been for some time, on the agen- payments.
church for touchdown. On an have to tell Kissimmee that we
for the new sideline a
have been taken in the event a hurricanehits year last Sunday which was also identical play in the second da for an informal meeting dis City auditor Clerk K.has T. Epperson been said have no engineers to discuss the
cussion. Commissioner Virgil one
this area this year to offer shelter to those who Promotion Day.J. quarter Williams raced for a 50 Brooks brought two items working on the books, another possibility of a tieline with them.
held both Kissimmee and officials
TD. The Bullodgs engineers
need it, according to Mrs. Gertrude Rightmire, Red Ray Smith will serve as J.S.S.H. yard times prevent the point after which he had wanted on the will be working before Nov. 1 have contacted Black & Veatch
Cross secretary-and Majo; E. J. Smith, civil defense superintendent Young general secretary and''C.'.touchdown. *a" > . agenda for ,discussion. The .firstMissionary and the city auditors. Potter and and found they are not goiiig to Y st
Bower, have asked ,utilities .department -
xxit in the -- ' '
With time
running St. .Ooad.
director. : special associate.In represent
: .., ;, E. Hartley.-- ; Burke to do all it can before- -
Shelters in Kissimmee will be Central School and the, adult department: Glen Chisholm's second quarter team literally clawed SocietyTo hand as the auditors will starton Final details on creating an
Mrs. electrical board discussedby
Kissimmee High School.In Oglesby superintendent; their way 70 yards to score on the yearly] report immediatelyafter were
One Lee, Mrs. Glen Oglesby. Meet TonightST. the Commission. Mayor Ford
St. Cloud the shelters are located at the Veterans Mrs. James Jernigan Mrs..Clara a seven yard pass from Johnny Nov. 1. said that Pat Dougherty, Jim

of Foreign Wars building, St. Cloud High School Meacham, Mrs. G.W. Verschoor Crowe to Oscar for Simmons.the P-TA Crowe and CLOUD-Women's Missionary B. C. Druliner, when the meet- Reneker, one utilities commissioner -
C. M. place-kicked ing was opened to the public, and the building inspector had
L. J. Hill, C. W.
and Edwards Grocery. St. Cloud trailed 12-7. The Bulldogs Society, First Baptist he
asked Mayor Ford how much
Hanson teachers Mrs. Pearl been recommended to serve on Welton Kodak Mm' in rite new
Residents of Intercession will came back in the third Church, will meet tonight had the adjacentto
Morrison park
City go to C. E. Hartley and spent on the board. The matter will be
Paty, Mrs. maintained their mom- (Thursday) at 7:30 in the
p.m. Film
quarter the Police Station and if he KODAPAK Cartridges
Memorial Pilgrim Holiness Church. Miss May Risser, substitute entum on the ground, and Butch church for installation of 1963- permission from the City referred to city attorney O. P.

Major Smith made several points for persons seek- teachers. Wright plunged over from the 2 64 officers and the regular got Commission to make the im Johnson for the proper paper lor Kodak Imto/nofrc cameras
work and resolution to be adopted -
ing shelter. They should bring blankets. Parks Fur Young people's department: yard line. Crowe kicked his second monthly meeting. provements. The mayor answered the a You load instantly . automofvcoHy
Mrs. K. E. Thornton, superintendent conversion to place St. Cloud by commission. . good pictures
get easier -
niture will furnish stoves and bottle to heat food and After installation, PresidentMrs. that he did not know how
gas ; Mrs. Earl Partin in the lead at the end of the I than ever! With new Koda-
which will be furnished by the Red Cross and which James Hale, teachers. third quarter by a 14-12 score. J. Ray Smith other of- much was spent and doubted if Club Meeting "" pal Mm cartridges and new
chair- available at
ficers and committee a figure was
Intermediate department: One The deluge came in the final Kodak /nifamofic' cameras,
will consist of milk coffee bread and crackers.
soups, men will present a missionary present. In answer to the second Scheduled Wed.ST.
Lee, superintendent; Mrs. G. E. quarter with the Greenbacks there's no threading, no fwm>
Dawson. Mrs. J. R. Smith, Miss scoring twice. Their third touch- program under the directionof question he answered "It has blithe cartridge drops right
Hildred Hall Henry Wilkes andJ. down was the result of a 13 yard Mrs R. L. Cooper. not been customary in the pastto CLOUD-Woman's Club ol into the camera. We have the

Business Was Up H. Young, teachers. pass to Billy Friel and the final The six-year period of Jubi- get permission to improve" and St..Cloud will convene from sum new Intlamatic cameras plus
Junior department: Mrs. Cecil TD resulted from the identical lee Advance is reaching its beautify city property. mer recess October 16, 2:30 pm. Kodapak film cartridges for n.

Business was up in Osceola County in September Whaley Sr., superintendent; Mrs play which befuddled the St. climax during this year of Mrs. Emily Archer asked for at the dub House. Mrs. J. H. try kind of picture-color slides,
the the floor and told the Commission Watson will the busi- color bJock-ond-whrtti.
Ottie Vest, Mrs. J. E. Jones Cloud defense throughout Jubilee marking 150 years of preside at snaps
according to state sales tax figures. During the month Mrs. Lillian Lee. Mrs. C. W. evening. Groveland shook Kenny nationally organized Baptist they had been in office for ness until 3 p.m. when a special

$35,865.29 in sales tax was collected, as comparedwith Barber, Mrs. W. B. McGough SI'. Hart loose out of the tight T life in America. The WMU six months and had done nothingfor speaker will be introduced. HUNT BROS."THE .

$31,858.23 collected the previous month and R G Hall, C W Smith, and J E formation and he raced 74 yards program points up the Jubi- the good of the town"Whydcn't Mrs. Elbert Kidd, treasurer,
down the sideline to score the now do something will dues for the current FRONT
with $29,105.63 collected in September 1962. Parris. teachers; Mrs Fred Reagan lee and its impact on missionary you accept OPEN
substitute; Mrs C. W. final touchdown of the game. work. about weeds in vacant lots?" year. STORE"'
Residents also used more gas than during August.In Smith secretary. Instrumental in the loss were

September gasoline taxes collected amounted to Primary, department: Mrs. J. three interceptions by Groveland. '
Unusual was the fact that all INTRODUCING 1 THE DEKN9MIES FOR 64
$51,115.89 as compared with $49,385.42 collected in B Haddox superintendent; Mrs. were deflected by the intended

August and with $53,475.73 collected in.September, Ed Beaver, associate; M r So Bulldog receiver.
James Hale. Mrs. Martin Morris, SI Cloud mad 18 first downsto
1962. There 730,227 gallons of sold in
were gas Sep-
Mrs. J, R. Rivenbark and MrsE. Grovelands 8 and the Bulldogs

tember. J. Farris, teachers; Mrs. 236 yards to 268 by the Green-

Of the monies collected $54,748.17 went to the sec- Coleman Young substitute; Mrs. backs. By deducting the yardage

ondary road fund; $5,255.83 to the county board and R L. Cooper secretary. made on long runs, the fans
Beginner's department: Mrs. J. could readily appreciate the grit
$21,023.33 to the primary road fund. W. Chapman, superintendent; and determination of the St.
---- ---- ---- sWitr
Mrs. R. E. Meader and Mrs. J. Cloud Bulldogs. Leading ground

E. Hal ford, teachers: Mrs. gainers for St. Cloud were

Residents of County George Pert, substitute. Crowe and Wright. : ,
I Nursery B: Mrs. Ray Seaver Regardless of the game's out-
superintendent; Mrs. E. F. Delk. come, the St Cloud marching
associate; Mrs. R. G. Hall band under the direction of drum
Show Income GainsA teacher; Miss Etta Marie Todd, majorette Linda Johnson is always -

secretary a winner. Band formations

larger segment of Osce- $4.000, or more it is shown. Nursery A: Miss Dorothy Som- had a Spanish motif and the

ola County's copulation than This was after payment of mers, superintendent and Miss numbers played were Amprito
ever before Is now to be their Federal and state taxes. Linda Beaver associate. Roca. BrasiL Blue Tango and

found in the middle and upper At the $7.000 to $1O.0001ev Workers in the Training Unionare Wing Bolero. Frank Pierrepont
income brackets. el locally are 372 households. Mrs. Ed Beaver director; put on an amazing exhibition of

The income gains of recent the breakdown shows and at I. J. Hill associate director: baton twirling during the bolero Dart's for
fatuities if larger.
years have carried many of the $2,500 to $4,000 level Robert J. Lee, secretary; Miss number.Band director Samuel Wood Cwnpact you've grown . you
them to new and higher lev 1.984 households.It Hildred Haul young people's an-
nounced that the band will play
all adds up for the aver- sponsor Mrs. L. J. Hill junior
els.Families from Broadway music-
who had been in asre family to greater purchasing -sponsor; Mrs. K E. Thornton excerpts
als at the next home
the $4,000 to $7OOQ category power than before. primary sponsor; Mrs. R. J.Lee against Umatilla Oct. 18. This
have moved into the'$7,000 to The increase in its net cash beginner's sponsor. week's game will be played Something new in compacts! Family-size room. family-size fun. so much for the money. So head for your Dodge dealer ad try Dart

$10.000 bracket. Their former income has more than kept Standing committees for the against dermont away from Dart b a fresh new compact in the large economy size. on your family for size. Three series, nine AeW modefe. WNfc cull,
position has been occupied pace with the rise in cost of church are Mr. and Mrs. George home. .
_ _ Dart's a little bigger outside, a let roomier and mere comfortable you get a 5-year/50,000-mUe warranty.
in turn, by families who had living according to the U. S. Yoshida, flowers; H. L. Cooper
been in the $2.500 to $4,000 Office of Business Economics H. C. Lett J. W. Chapman, Cole inside. A bigger engine under the hood, a lot more foa" on the open etHI D z'x UIW' 5oTUAJR-.1IIU W UIrTT...,.,..,.MMs .. .*
natI tw I pars w l0,000.rld.wtIIcMnr CDMIInt,, IIst MheM k eiIe s*sed.
group previously.The man Young. Ed Beaver and James S. Messer road. And brtagtog up the rear? A whopping trunk with more _.......act Mil ..."!r o. M iRY.son C.re.nE.e ....-
facts brought out Glen elKti.ali" tk* ?Mock tert wl Mm. MtMM4 nsiL witty file- ,
are James Barber ushers; Has usable luggage space than many full-size cars. r ". cae bond MrtJ ( d. 4MtfftwMttM .....) ,M.
in a breakdown of 1962 Incomes It reports median income: Oglesby. Mrs. James Jernigan Flight Duty steft,wmwMl jBfart*,n*ate lad ..*raw .*'rt'W. .
conducted by Sales in 1962 was $220 higher nationally missions Yet Dart j II a compact You can tell by the great gas mileage. By >nM. ynltfK tt .*Mr tot tX Mfta4 .i dtwp4 ., -=

and Mrs. J. R. Smith ; Navy Ensign James S. Messer, .......CMMI rat tM II situ ra Ucad Mvy s.c.tl Ml dw,.Md awHar -'-.Mr sir
Management The copyrighted than It was in 1961. Mrs. Lillian Lee Mrs. C. E. Gil- son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. the way it slips into skimpy parking spaces.And by Its small compact cIe M*.mr t...O..id nptacatf.,." 2 pars,utf mr*......fa......r
sad /ai.r.rid.a. M HrtonuK*el tte r.q.irM Mnnct.CM"pall Mttrttj
study, which shows the proportion The prices of consumer goods more and G. E. Dawson. benevolent Messer of 321 Mabbette St.. Kis price. In short, few compacts cost less than Dart. Not one gives you 0)ncIIiIt"wrt..,...* M4(II)UM an IN MffMl nOw..e.
of the population in and services advanced only' ; Mrs. L. J. Hill and J. R. simmee, has qualified for car-

each grouping, covers the en- one-third that much however. McConnell, baptism; J. B, Had- rier flight duty by making six

tire country. in the year, so that real purchasing . QOX, church treasurer. landings aboard the aircraft carrier JmpiIIl Dodge Dall
It determines, for each com power rose nearly USS Lexington in the Gulf,, @
munity;: whether the so-called $150 per family. of Mexico. .

"average income" Is enjoyed The big incomes earned today St. Cloud Chamber Prior to Carrier Qualification' ----. CHRYSLER
bv a large part of the population compared with what landings at sea student pilots _r-

of whether It is merelya they were ID to 15 years ado, To Meet Wednesday practice on landing strips which'
statistical figure resulting are: ttribated. in part to the simulate on the ground a car- .-

from a b&l netag off between fact that, nearly half of the ST. a.otJD-William JOW'R!n tier's flight deck. This allows b RIEDEL I MOTORS

very high and very low income nation's families now have newly elected Chamber of Commerce : them to adjust to the restricted. 211MMET1' STUKT KIS5MM! FLORIDA
the ship ,
classes. two or more wage earners. president, will preside a I landing areas on
As a graduate of this phase be
Some 1.832 households in The answer Is that many the regularly scheduled meeting: .'
is scheduled for more advanced
Osceola County has disposable more married women have'entered Oct. K, at noon, Parkview Restaurant . flight training! leading! to his designation

cask income last Tear el : the labor force. as\ a. naval aviator. _: THt! .MtJjgK >1F4..1W". ,,WC-TV. CHfCK yOUR LOCAL LtfTW-

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Garden Club News ...2 z: -6'' The Kfashmuge f Gazette._' Ii {illenea. Fla. 'I1mrI.. Oct. JiJ-!!

Garden Books SAVE 417.. 5OExtraToYaW Stn

Are AvailableAt + Five CAN FnozcM

I LibrarySix I 1 Hawaiian Punch

1t: 1k'' -,:'}r1IStlPr : : .oo. TMNU OCTOaCM 1.TM
new book titles are in Hart AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
Memorial Library, according to 6
:! -4 Mrs. June Gunn Book Service
chairman of the Kissunmee Garden -
Cub They are, ) '
The Art of Table Setting and ; Jonathan RedAPPLES
lower Arrangement, Sylvia 50 Extra Top Yahe tai H
Flower Arrangement Designsfor 4'4 Out DKLUIC Faolna
Today, Helen V. Pelt Wilson. 0 5
Fox Delax Pizza PiaeOOO
Outdoor Gardening in Pots and 0D ST O R
.l Boxes, George Taloumis. THRU OCTOBER unt
South, Caroline Dorman.A PRICES GOOD THRU OCTOBER 12thWINMDIXir 5 LB 49' E
Korh.Design with Flowers, Patricia STOVES 'NC COPYlllfiMT !... BAG

Holiday and Party Table Settings Lorge SnowballCauliflower

Zelda Wyatt Schulke. . , .. ,, .,
29 ''' ' ,
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Also available for examination head "' ,, : 'i ,<"'"' : '" { . "!
at the Library is the book "Ex-
otica". Lucy says plan to spendat .
least an hour or a morning
1 .
with the books. .
The local circles have meet- L .
ings this week and next, The Rose ..,.,,-- '
and Hibiscus this Thursday, 2:30 4 ,. ,
FIRM HAS BIRTHDAY-Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Har- p.m. the Rose Circle with Mrs. 4ic .
ley and son Richard are shown cutting a birthday cake at fred Thrush the Hibiscus with : .
a celebration noting the first anniversary of their firm, Mrs. Robert Ford.
Wednesday, Oct. 16, 9:30 a.m.,
Harley Engraving in Kissimmee. The firm is located in the Daylily Circle meets with WHOLE OR HALFLegaLAMB
the Cody building. (Photo by Eby) Mrs. Murray Overstreet, Neptune p
Road, Mrs. Wm. Prather, co- 69
REAL ESTATEMildred hostess, their program is Preparation S. LB F
and Use of Dried Material -
E. Norbeck to Haiti Inland Orange Gardens Inc. to CarletonB. presented by 'Mrs. Miles
I Mission Inc.. Intercession City Fagundus. Verona. N. J.. $4.230.O. Sharp. lOIN LAMB
love and affection. S. Thacker and wife to Omega -
Jaclda. Corp. to Thomas F. Har- Corp. Orlando, $200. Friday, Oct. 18th, 2:30 p.m.,
nett and wife, Kissimmee. $1.000. Blue Steel Corp. Robert the Gloriosa Circle will meet with '
Albert W. Suldo and wife to : Ok Je.
\\ and Dun Malt-
Boyd E. Sprinkle and wife., Kissimmee. 'land $500.Billy Mrs. D. E. Cooperrider, Mrs. Wm. Chops LB. 98 ;
10200. I Albert May and wife to J. Sussenberger, co-hostess. Mrs.
R&I Co. to Deward Clifton and love '
A. May and wife Kissimmee. I
wife. Kissimmee. $800. and affection. .Robert Ford will present the program
Oscar F. HufI and wife to Mau- Harry A. Dunn and wife to Leslie Dried Arrangements.Dates .
rice D. Covert and wife. Mentor. G. Ace and wife $2.500. RIB
0.. $3,500. Guy C. Tindall and wife to Wal- to Remember,
Orange Gardens Inc. to Pauline ter R. Gaines and wife Kissimmee. Oct. 16th, District 7 District :
lone and Hortense McCauley. Kis minimum stamps. Meeting, Orlando Garden Club .
simmee. $2.900.
A uI.w Chops
Bldg. : LB. 79;
Oct. 22nd, District 7 Workshop.
I Orlando Garden Club Bldg. ij t?
I Now is the time taI -

.-i it's TraditionalThe I, summer Happy Inspect oil Gardening Hibiscus spray will!!for control.scale, a Can Ham 3 CAN $259 Roast LB 49,

familiar expression, "Your wish is LEAN BEEf BRISKET

.our our efforts command to follow,"is an the apt family's description wishes of Meet MondayThe Gr. Beef lbs. 00
.:: in conducting the funeral service; ceola Historical first meeting Society of the will Os-be 3 For Stew 18. 1 9;

Riedel service has traditionally been held Monday, Oct. 14, at 8 p-m. , "
MU IR. centered around the family's wishes. at the home of Mrs. Betty Metz- > -" : '
THE ORDER ger 10 Tremont St., Kissimmee. a 1
7 OFMGOLDEN T. S. Oliver Sr. of Kissimmee,,
of St. Cloud, who 1
RULIII formerly early 1
assisted in drawing the first plat 50 Extra Top Value Stamps>
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SERVK3; KISSIMMEE FLORIDA tell of early incidences and experiences
in the city. T Nt
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C The Kfcsinvm' C.az-tti< *. KlsMnU11f'f". FIa. Thurs.. Oct. 10. 1963
795 Head j;

Kowboys Are Set Sold At j t : ra i,t. r ;t


. For Okeechobee Market i} It.c' ta '

Osceoia High School's football I Osceola takes on Okeechobee At the KIssimmee Livestock -

team seems to be drawing car Friday night who last week suffered '. : Market Wednesday 795! F %

bon copies for opponents each its first loss of the currentS rattle and calves were sold

week. <' The Brahmas were defeated '** compared to 300 a week aeo. 1 ) -
At least that's the \\"ait looksto 13-0 by Arcadia. Compared to last Wednesday -
Head Coach Jack Yearwood.: I The Kowboys will be on the slaughter steers heifers i ,

hose Kcwboys posted a 14-7 up- road for the second week in a and bulls too few for test c

set victory over Leesburg last row and up against a bigger and cows steady to 50 cents higher
Friday seemingly stronger team accord and calves steady to weak.

-"- ing to the Osceola coach. Stocker steers and heifers 9Ei

Okeechobee's tea mt'eigh strong cows about steady and

starts at 255 and goes "down calves over 250 lbs. weak to t
PIZZA from that" according to Year F 50 cent lower Under 250 Ibs.

wood, and the Brahmas are an"aggressn'e Sl002.00 lower. A

FREEZETFEDRIVEIN football team." Standard 800-1000 lb. slaugher -
Yearwood said the Kbwboys steers S19.50-21.25.

"just wanted the win more than Utility cows 14751675. Cutter -

I Leesburg. We went out there to 12. 0-15.00. few Canner _
win. even though we were outweighed 11 501250.

and the underdog." Good 250-500 lb. calves DRESS REHEARSAL-The Footlight Theatre Guild will present Noel Coward's"Blvthe
Yearwood said the Osceola 22002400. Standard 18.00-
team "was playing good ball and ft 2250. Spiritthis weekend at the Art and Cultural building. Pictured in a scene

i waited until we got a break. Few Good Vealers 24.50- at.dress rehearsal are. left to right :Mrs. Van Held Bill Rector Eloise Grow Mary

Then we took advantage of it. COME HERE-An unidentified Kowboy out of the picture 26.00. Standard 21002400. I 'U"ooten. Sue Frances ISvberg. Ed Phay and Nelda Tarcai. (Photo by Eby)
Our boys wanted that win bad." Medium and few Good 450-I
isn't out of the picture on this tackle of Leesburg
The Kowboys scored in the 950 lb feeder-stocker steers
1: first quarter alter Steve Yowtll quarterback Mike Nappi. The Kowboy threw Nappi down 17002050. Common 15.50-I Barracks 1068 To

had set up a touchdown with a for the tackle. Osceola High won the game 14-7. 17.50. a "Jackson's"

44-yard sprint. Yowell then Common and Medium 350- : Meet Friday Night

$ punched across for the tally from 450 lb. hifers 16001900. ;
the line. Girl Scout News and Medium
one yard Few Common Veterans of World War I. Bar-
Leesburg's Mike Nappi. touted cows 13001650. Inferior 10.00- INIT
Smmrtttt.Uutluff* or dint:r render- racks 1063 and Ladies Auxiliarywill
ton in Central Florid-. : Delimit as the man to watch for the Girl Scout 13.00. meet Friday, October nth at M
eleven for 14 Program Good & few Choice 250-500
vnr ftmily . lutnor oar gnetlt hometown jaunted :30 p.m. at the Orange. Gardens
. by bringing,tem I* tnit inlynnijnt yards that ended a 75-yard lb. calves 20.5025.75.Iedium Community Building.

dining room. march to the Kissimmee goal- Gets In Full SwingBy 8.00-22.50. Common 15.00- Meetings: are held every second ARKET

.... ..*..... a .....s.- 1850. Medium and few Good Friday of each month and
... line.Richard
$ 1 f..ca. B .e.e. B r y ant. Leesburg. 100-250 lbs. 22002700. Com- all eligible veterans and ladies 20 W. DAKIN AVE. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

Dan. 'tlnW'a' fumbled at mid-field and Osce- MARGARET TURVIN A pot-luck luncheon was mon 16002300. are urged to attend and to par- OPEN 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK
ola recovered. From there, the Girl Scout troops are get held at the Episcopal Parish ticipate in the activities for the

_ft. ........0.1 ....-..... : Kouboys moved the ball steadilyand ting underway nothat House to welcome newcomers Alpha Delta benefit of all World War I Veterans -
scored from four school Is In full swing. interested in scoutinz. Guest and eligible ladies. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY -

speakers were Mrs Edna Kappas Open PRICES GOOD: THURS.,, FRI., SAT., SUN.

Barksdale. president of the .......................................
Citrus Council. Dorothy Kut- William D. Marvin
ner district chairman and Fall Season FORMOST "PICTORIAL FLAVORITE" ALL FLAVORS
PRICE Jane Emmons professionalstaff. Visits In France

They briefly spoke about ST. CLOUD-Charter mem- Marine Private First Class Wil- ICE CREAMY2
the revised Girl Scout pro- bers of the recently organized
liam D. Marvin. Jr., son of Mr.
Beta Eta Chapter of Alpha
gram. and Mrs. William D. Marvin of
GENERAL ELECTRIC This was followed by sn Delta Kapoa. an international 1807 Orange Blvd. Kissimmee
impressive film "This Is Girl honorary teachers sorority seningith Marine Battalion 4Se

DIAL DEFROSTREFRIGERATOR Scouts Although attendance held the first meeting of the Landing Team 1-6. a Second GALLON
was favorable volunteers fall season recently In St. 'Marine Division unit in the

ar still needed in areas uch Cloud. .Mediterranean, recently visited .................................
DidipcfrostConvenience iwriM: as transportation troop com- The International sorority i Cannes, France. -
honors professional teachers !
mittee members
STORAGE SPACE telephone His week in Cannes included
"I committee members. etc. All and is dedicated to the promotion arranged trips to Paris fishing
Two LrnrL4 --U of things are essential for a of high educational tours in the French Alps. and MILK
Magic Corner_ Hinge* good troop.If standards. Scholarships are pilgrimages to the Shrine of I
you child is in a troop sponsored by Alpha Delta Lourdes for Catholic personnel.I

Comp r1ment : Automatic please contact her leader and Kappa and the sorority cooperates The Landing Team's Mediterranean GALLON
.Butter with worthy community has included tactical :
Inferior* Light let her know In what capacity tour 90JJUG
you are able to help. projects among other al. landing exercises, live fire :

: _' Once a month the leaders truistic programs. operations, weapons training and [Plus Bottle Deposit]

Protective' D r $to Two:Flex-Grid: Ice Tray and co-leaders set together Beta Eta Chapter is organized small infantry tactics.. ............................ .....
for a meeting with the neigh- I on a county level and Like other U.S. forces abroad,
I, borhood chairman. Mrs. Lois charter members are the the unit had the added missionof aqp 6 BOTTLE CARTON

'I I f Rooney Troop problems are Misses Louise Barton and furthering the President's [Regular 6-Oz. Bottles]
% $19995 discussed as are workshops Frances Rawlings and Mmes "People-to-People" program. A
and projects. ( Eta Maye Crawford. Sally highlight of the Aug. 12 through 1
Parents who have uniforms, Knight. Lbuise Sommers and 19 visit to Porto Scudo. Sardinia, I
was the presentation of,gifts, including ...c'r
no'l longer in use are urged to Betty Watkins of .St. Cloud. 29C
In MM Nn yt.rs p With Trade bring them to Mrs. Rooney Kissimmee charter members; sports equipment, to two

K 1o !er. u+u+ TA212W for distribution. are Mmes. Jane Bateman orphanages. Five Marines were
chosen from the Battalion's various
Sponsor are needed for Lillian Fryburger. Barbara
units to deliverthe articleso [Plus Bottle Deposit]
troops in the downtown Hansell and Lois Rollins.
Call 847-3788 or 847-4100 area.for Miss Rawlings andIrs.. the two orphanages at a village .. .... .. .............

further details. Watkins will represent Beta *
Troops are sill forming and Eta Chapter as delegates to JX COURT OF COCXTT JUDGE
the leader will be more than the state convention to be OSCEOLA COUNTY: FLORIDA
RKY.URN'TU' RE CO. glad to Rive information on request held Oct. 19-20 in Tallahassee.; ADAM IX RE:DRYLIE.ESTATE deceased.OF


FLORIDA. that I have filed by final returnas CARTON ,.
Elementary School. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 79
Administratrix of the estateof
KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD Mary Porter and Margaret MAKE FINAL APPLICATION DISCHARGE FOB Adam Dry He. deceased; that I
847-4171 8922011i Turvin. Brownie Scouts; Lula IX RE ESTATE OF ) hue filed and my for final petition for distribution [Plus Bottle Deposit]
.. discharge and
Mae Campbell and Hazel Deceased. )) that on the 10th day of November. ....... ..... ....................
Gauthier. Junior Scouts; Mildred IN PROBATETO 1963. I will apply to the Honorable
O. P. Johnson.
County of
Taylor, Cadette Scouts: ALL: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Osceola CountFloridaa, for approval "FORMOST" ALL FLAVORS
Jean KIbler. troop consultant. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of said final return and
THAT I have filed final for an order of distribution and !.
my reportas
.. -:1' ____ Executrix of the Estate of L for final of the discharge estate of as Adam administratrix Drylle.- ICE MILKGALLON
S. HARRIS deceased; that I have
. filed petition for final discharge.and .
Dated 27. 1963.
.r = I will apply to the Hon September
.,, LEGAL NOTICES hato. P Johnson. Count Agnes McCarthyAs
Judge of Osceola County. Florida. Administratrix of the
estate of Adam de-
1- 2j1I on the first day of November. 1963 ceased. Drylle. Y2
for approval of and
same for final I R. 3ge
I IX TIlE COUNTY JO>GE'S discharge as Executrix of the Estate Phillip. KelleyP.
O. Box 331 (12 East Monument)
COURT OSCEOLA COUNTY: of L. S. HARRIS deceased. Kissimmee. Florida
FLORIDA, SO. 5 48.IX This first day of October. AD.
for Administratrix
uLLiM1RENEE RE. ESTATE OF 1963. Attorney
t :. DRUSILLA. Deceased. Oct. 3. 10. 17. 24 1963.
? COOK. /*/ Maymie J. Harris.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Executrix of the Estate of
MAKE APPLICATION FOB L. S. Harris deceased.
:. -- TO ALL WHOM IT MAY Box 527 Kissimmee. Fla.
CONCERN Attorneys for ExecutrixOct.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 3. 10. 17 24. 1963.
that Edward C. Grlssom. Jr., ba
filed his final report ax Executor NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS I
of the Estate of Drusllla M. Cook, NAME STATUTE I HAVE YOU SEEN THE ALL
MANOR APARTMENTS2BEDROOM deceased; that he has filed pell Notice Is hereby given that the:
tlon for final discharge, and that undersigned. pursuant to the "Fic i
he will apply to the Honorable titious Name Statute" Chapter I
O. P. Johnson County Judge of 865.09. Florida Statute, will register I NEW RAMBLER AMERICAN? :
FURNISHED, AIR-CONDITIONED, SWIMMING POOL. Osceola County. Florida on the' with the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof I
4th day of November, 1963. for I Osceola County. Florida the
approval of same and for final discharge fictitious name to-wlt: I
105 PER MONTH UPSTAIRS as executor of the estate B. and R. Investors. Inc. under' YOU HAVEN'T!
of Drus'Jla M. Cook deceased. r.hich we are engaged in businessat
115 PER MONTH DOWNSTAIRS This 30th day of September, A. Post Office Box 762. Kissimmee.

D. 1963.sEdward C GrIssom. J r. Florida.That the parties Interested In WELL HURRY RIGHT TO
CALL 847-2544 Executor of the Estate of said business enterprise are as follows ,
Drusllla M. Cook. deceased. : George Rocker. Odell Bron-
Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. son and Madelyn Branson.
ODELL BRONSON Attorney for Executor Dated at Klsslnunee. Osceola CARL SCHMIDT RAMBLERJEEPAND
B031 492Kissimmee. County. Florida. September 26.
FloridaOct. 1
3. 10. 11963. George W. Rocker
Made&n Bronson
Oct. 3. 10. 17. 24. 1963.


*here you? hard-earned Notice NAME Is hereby STATUTE given that the I I
undersigned pursuant to the "Fic'

i dollars are readily syail-g| 86509.titious Florida Name Statute Statute"will Chapter regis
ter with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Osceola County. Floridathe
:iM&3hd Insured by an i| fictitious name to-wit:
Lyndell Homes under which we.
' '
: -
- -: <;:- V r --Si5s are engaged In business at Post

ligenty *1 rfline US. Goyernpnl? ida.Office Box 7EZ Kissimmee. Floe' 00

THE SAFE WAY : :?'.--?;.-..,- ... - _".-. '. "..- 1 :- ....T'JSetSP?, That the parties Interested In STOP!
said business enterprise are as follows -

Diviidendi arc'' Madelyn: R.K.ODeU Bronson.Bronson and LooK!

THE INSURED WAY 1963.ty Dated Florida.at Kissimmee.September Osceola 26. /

R. O'Dell Bronson DEAL.//
Madelyn K. Bronson . :
Oct. 3. 10. 17. 24. 1963. .

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''CC L A S S II F l IE DIA1 S1

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Minimum charge up FOR RENT: Small Furnished led and required to file your written personal property shall be entitled 'HACKER AND THACKER and you are hereby
I / answer or defenses to the Com- to vote In this election. Box required to file
to 15 words__..?..-.........75c house, nice living. Suitable for REALTORAMA plaint filed herein against you in The County Board Member Re*> Attorneys 537 Klssimmee.for Executrix Fla. your in written defenses thereto with-
I couple small child. $45.00 the above entitled in office ence Districts have been 'designated forty days after the first publication -
Each additional word.... 5c I one of the Clerk cause.of the the Circuit as follows: Oct. 3. 10. 17. 24. 1963 or posting berof. Should

Classified month. 847-2013, Tropical Park, Court in and for Osceola County County Board Member Residence IN THE COtBT OF THE COUN- you fall therein decree will be
Display Eddie District No. 1 will comprise Precincts entered la due course upon said
I demons. Florida. at the Court House in TY JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUN Petition.
(Boxed) per inch..:...$1.10 Klssimmee. Florida on or before 6 and 7. TY. FLORIDAIN WITNESS hand
the 28th day of October 1963. and County Board Member Residence RE: ESTATE OF my and the seal
Trailer lots month. FOR of said
$10 down. $8 Court at KJcstame O.
for all Classified to serve a copy of such answer or District No. 2 will comprise Pre. LUCY A. WARBURTON. ola
Advertising 5 P.M. Tuesday Electric and good water. Trop.. defenses upon Thacker & Thacker.plaintiffs' ducts 1, 2. 3.I A :s. deceased. of November.County. Florida A. D. 1982.tide 13th U>
County Board Residence
attorneys herein whose NOTICE TO CREDITORS
teal Park North
on route /1/ O. P. JOHNSON
District No. 3 will comprise Precincts -
prior to publication. address Is Post Office Box 527.Kisslmmee To all Creditors. Legatees. Distri County JQ4ae
Kissimmee, Fla. Florida on or beforesaid 8 and 9. butee, and all Persons having Oct. 3. 10 17. 34 1 .
SALESee date as required by law. If County Board Member Residence Claims or Demands against
i FOR RENT One bedroom cottage w you fall to do so. a decree pro District No.I wW comprise Precincts said Estate: '

ADVERTISING RATES 1 furnished Adults only 408S. confecso will be entered againstyou 10. 11 and 14. YOU and each of you are here-
Member Residence
County Board by notified and required to
for the relief demanded in the present
Clyde Ave.GERTS Complaint. District No. 5 will comprise Precincts any claims which you. or either RfFR16iRA1OR3USED

Phone 847-2881 WITNESS my hand as Clerk of 12 and 13. tot you. may have against the es
order of the Board of Public
A GAY GIRL-ready said Circuit Court and the seal of By of Lucy A. Warburton. deceased -
Instruction of Osceola County. Flor-
To Place Your Ad said Court at Kisslmmee. Osceola late of the County of James
for whirl after cleaning car- Ida. City. State
a County. Florida on the 19th day of Virginia to the FURNITURE
S. Miles Sharp. Chairman
pets with Blue Lustre. Rent of September. A.D.. 1963. County Judge of Osceola County
Board of Public Instruction at his office in the Court Houseat Seweii i-7hurmond
this desirable clean 2-BR home. /
electric Shampooer $1. Parks Clerk of the Circuit Court. Osceola County Florida. KIssImmee. Florida within six i
ARTICLESfOR Furniture Co. Osceola County. Florida Attest: W. B. StephensSuperintendent calendar months from the date of i 1015 Wed CJtwch ORLANDO
CBS and Secretary the first publication of this No-
roof U/R
Built-up Lg (Ct X Seal )
Board of Public Instruction tice. Each claim or demand must -
SALE For Rent Front 3 furnished fhacker and Thacker Osceola County. .
: room be In writing and must state the
Good Attorneys for Plaintiff Florida Flowers For All O ca.....*
place of residence of the claimant
apartment. porch. space Florida
Kisslmmee. Oct. 3. 10. 17. 24. 1963 and must be sworn to by the claimant ,
Sept. 26. Oct. 3. 10. 17. 1963
217 Palmway. his agent or attorney or the ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST
BARGAIN BARN Shady backyard CALL FOR BIDS same will become void according
limbs le; Zippers S.{ T4tfc, Clean modem 3 bedroom 2 bath the Circuit Court of the Ninth Sealed bids will be received at to This law.the 30 day of
Outside limits September.
Rrashe 7e Low
; Ear BeN Se'; Sheet house, unfurnished built-hi city taxes Judicial Circuit in and for Countyof the office of the Board of Public 1963.
S7e S cks Ue PWow.
; .
; 7te
: Osceola. State of Florida. In Instruction of Osceola County at
Shirts It; Pants $1; Dresses oven and $80. Call col- Letty Gregory ArmIstead 15 KOADWAY M74S11
11.40s range Priced for today's market Chancery. CLARENCE RHODES. Thacker and Ernest Sts., KIssim- Hanson I
Hankie Bar fe Sk; Nylons 1tc1 lect Cherry 1-5638-Chester Toy Plaintiff. vs. CATHERINE mee. Florida up to 10:00 A.M.. Terrel Warburton
; 15e; Belt RHODES. Defendant. NOTICE TO Tuesday, November 5. 1963. for the Marta
15e; Caps 15e; Spreads $t.5ei'' Realtor, Orlando.FURNISHED '
DEFEND. The State of Florida to complete construction of Library Sue Gregory Warburton
Hair Nets 4e; T-Shlrts 3 c- --- .- Catherine Rhodes 605 National Administration and Classroom Ad- Redd LEARN BARBERING
Nearly Everybody Trade at Tbe, downstairs Cemetery Road. Florence. South dition to Highlands Elementary
Bargain Barn Come to Sibert, apartment ANCILLARY EXECUTRICESOF Tatar Year f.Ure la a
Carolina. You are hereby notified School. KIssimmee. Florida. THE ESTATE OF
LUCY well-pal. prefesslotDay
Mills Wareh.BM la Daveaportj
I Follow : Reasonable rent. 304 S. FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS that a suit in equity for divorce All bids received will be publicly A. W ARBURT01''l.DECEASED *. Night Classes
Immediately.BARGAIN BABN. the signs", Dillingham. Inquire 203 S. has been brought against you by opened and read aloud. Plans and V-A. Approved

Open. Week Days And 'SaadajvFOR Clyde Ave. or call 847-3013 after Clarence Rhodes In the Circuit specifIcations may be examined at 'I' Phillip R. Kelley Orlando Barber College
Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuitin the office of the School Superintendent P. O. Box 331. Klssimmee. Fla.
5 p.m. INC. and for County of Osceola. Stateof Ernest & Thacker Sts.. ATTORNEY FOR EXECUTRICES 3399 S. Orange Blossom Tr.
Florida; and you are hereby Kisslmmee. or at the office of Oct. 3. 10 17 24. 1963. GA 64879thU.
SALE: Kiapsi-Cart, Bag. FOR RENT Three summoned ordered and required to Charles H. Parsons. Architect. 18 L"l THE COURT OF THE COUNTY .
: room apart- file written de- N. Stewart Ave. Flor-
your answer or Klssimmee JUDGE OSCEOLA COUNTY,
Individual club compartments; ment on lake front. Furnished. 2 Broadway Kissimmee fenses to the Complaint filed herein ida.One FLORIDAIN
4 matched against in the above entitled set of plans and specifications -
woods 10 matched With carport. By month or sea- 847.3156 you . ,
847 3157
cause In the office of the Clerk and forms for bidding maybe
Irons; 2 doz: new balls; 4 doz. son. Call 847-3866 after 5 p.m. of the Circuit Court in and for secured by general contractors THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Parks Furniture Co.

good used balls. Original cost .. .. Osceola County.. Florida at the only from the office of' the architect JUDGE IN AND\ FOR

over $200. Will sell FOR RENT: Furnished FOR SALE-Near Martin Plant I -it Court House In Kisslmmee Florida by depositing $25.00. OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA.NO. t. lr d Tow
for $100.Call' apart- on or before the 4th day of BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION I .dS1MATTER For Promff '

847-4085.. ments. dean, heated, continuous 3 bedroom 2 bath. Built-in I LOST ANDFOUND November. 1963. and to serve a OF OSCEOLA COUNTY. I IN OF THE ESTATE -II a If RIO HATOI
copy of such answer or defenses FLORIDA.
hot water and No kitchen. House like I
I FOR SALE Used gas. new. upon Thacker & Thacker. plain By: W. B. Stephens. Secretary. I. Deceased.CITATION FhwM S47-4171
lumber stairs. Individual entrancesand 13100. $500 down, $82.00 per tiff's attorneys herein whose ad- Oct. 10. 17 24. 1963 I I
plumbing supplies galvanized bath. Large dress Is Post Office Box 527. Kiss. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
yard. 617K month. 892-3274 St. Cloud.
full Immee. Florida on or before said IN THE CIRCUI COURT OF THE Anna Mae Travis.
roofing inch material suit-
Patrick St. date, as required by law. If you NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Morristown. Tennessee Christian Science
able for farm and ranch use. 'FOUND parakeet-call 847- fall to do so. a decree pro con- AND FOB OSCEOLA COUNTY.
FOR SALE: Houses, (NOT fesso will be entered against FLORIDA. Nellie Bowlin
Evans Hardware 2881 and describe. for ad. you
; 8474564. Pay
FOR R E N Society
apart- Morristown. Tennessee
LAND) wood floors. Can be for the relief demanded In the CHANCERY NO. K56
ment, three rooms, air conditioned Complaint. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS ) 1st. tted. Ute .f Rack
BOAT FOR SALE-16* fIbre- seen in Holopaw. Call Orlando LOST, small blue jewelry box, WITNESS my hand as Clerk of and LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ) Charlie McKlnney. M..tk M >>._.

glass, offshore type wide also two bedroom furnished 277-7601 and 277-6372. containing jewelry. Substantial said Circuit Court and the seal of ORLANDO a corporation. ) Knoxville Tennessee Soft .V. Randolph l
house. Moorefield Bldg. said Court at Kissimmee Osceola Plaintiff. ) YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat {..Jay tovktt. . . . 11 a iIiB .
deep safe. Side curtains back- I reward to finder. No questions County. Florida on the 30th day -VI. ) a Petition has been filed in I'I
.ykkMl. . . . fIo....
Post Office. SALE bedroom
FOR Three
: Court for leave to
HOWELL add praying
drop. New convertible top and asked. Mrs. Peggy Bradbury, of September, A.D.. 1963. J. CHILDRESS and )
house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x /sGlenn Ray CHRISTINE L. CHILDRESS. ) sell at Public Auction, the following I I
new battery. 35 HP electric APARTMENTS FOR RENT-$9, 8472743. Clerk of the Circuit Court his wife; and AMERICAN ) described property belonging
conditioned. Priced
300. Air to Osceola County Florida. FLETCHER NATIONAL ) to said Estate to.wit
starting Evinrude and trailer. $11 week. Mrs. Paul] :
per sell. Contact Betty Eby, 847- (Ct Ct. Seal) BANK AND TRUST COM- ) Lots 2 to 7. Inclusive, of Led- GREEN'S FUEL
847-4361 after 5 p.m. or Sat- Davis 114 Emmett Street. 2881 847-1266. CARD OF THANKSI Thacker and Thacker PANY. Defendants. ) better's Subdivision. Osceola
or for Plaintiff ) County.
urday. Attorneys Florida according to
FOR R E N T Kitchenettes: I wish to express my appreciation Kisslmmee Florida NOTICE OF SUIT the official plat thereof as filed Sales and Service
I for the many kind acts Oct. 3. 10. 1963. STATE OF FLORIDA and recorded in the office of
KEROSENE FUEL OIL-PHIL- rooms and trailer apartmentswith shown me during my recent ill- COUNTY OF OSCEOLATO the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof

HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. lake and shuffleboard. By WANTED ne... The cards, flowers and IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY .. : HOWELL J. CHILDRESS. Osceola County, Florida. WOW U7-4172 S47-417I
JUDGE Conyers. Georgia
visits did much to brighten
NORTH MAIN ST. 847-394L the hospital. especially RE: ESTATE OF Conyers. Georgia
Motel St. Cloud. 441. wish
Hwy. I to thank the Elks for the KENNETH AMERICAN FLETCHER NA- SAND ROCK
sick ,blood which they supplied.MIS. LAWRENCE TIONAL BANK AND TRUST MORTAR MIX Go Delivery: Phone
WILL CARE for or elderly
Harold 847-2058
FOR RENT 6 room unfurnished Deceased. COMPANY Wiad
FOR' RENTFOR house. 8 Brack Street, Call 8473702 part or full time or will keepin .m[1ntT) SPiINW NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO Indianapolis. Indiana STEEL & WIRE MESH R. A. Fletcher 847-4539

my new home. Excellentcare. I ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES, You are hereby notified that a Kenneth Mediae,
after 6 p.m. I DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PERSONS suit has been filed against you In I
l Or will keep children by LEGAL NOTICESIN HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -I: the above entitled cause and that ri; 892-7695 ISt.( Oowd)

renovated hour day or week. 8474676. I AGAINST SAID ESTATE: you are required to file your answer ; For Gar Service: PHone
RENT fiffr
: Newly THE COUNTY JUDGE'S YOU and each of you are here- with the Clerk of this Court and J. 8. Rovntree 847-4062
four room house completely REAL ESTATEYour work I COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. by notified and required to present to serve a copy thereof upon the r Robert Alien
Colored woman wants by
claims which or
any you plaintiff or plaintiffs attorneys. 0 ,i
furnished. Yard for garden. t day or week. Dependable and RE: ESTATE OF ) either of you. may have againstthe whose name and address Is Giles.Hedrlck Emory ftronton 8 74.s70I
Fruit trees. Couple one child. EDWARD FRICKE. estate of Lawrence Kenneth & Robinson. 125 South I leo GirOUfd 847-2061
8472050. reliable. Call 8473572.POODLE. Deceased. )) Ramsby deceased late of Cheboy- Court St. Orlando. Florida not I R. H. HoB 892-1212 St. Cloudor
Na pets. 550 month labor and materials will ) gan County. State of Michigan.. to later than November 11. 1963. If you coH H. T. S mmons Mar.
I NOTICE the County Judge of Osceola County fall to do so a Decree Pro Con-
FOR RENT:, ,1v :. ed m;turn- remake down jgajrment ,on" L ,gJPPINGComplete To.All Creditors.TO Legatees.CREDITORS Dlstrlb.utees. at his office in the Courthouse' fesso will be entered against you KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX 847-4819

ished house. .Screens??! front? room, 2 bath, nome: 'S reen" grooming. Two ,experienced op and all Persons Having af months Kisslmmee., from the Florida date of within the fin six' Complaint for 'the relief This suit demanded Is to foreclosea in the R +%r't1' .Wl a -a2i9

porch utility room. 915 Pat porch, attractive floor plan in erators. Phone 847-2565 or 847- Estate Claims: or Demands Against said publication of this Notice Each mortgage. The real property C G Tvner 8474467 I

rick. Apply 913 Patrick after Kissimmee Highlands. Call 847- 3670, 8 a.m. to 12 noon for appointment notified You and and each of you are hereby claim and or demand must state must the be place in writing of- proceeded Lot 5. of against PATRICK Is: PARK according Phone: 847-3524 John Evon. Sf Cloud 892.3182Radio ,

5:30 p.m. 2811. claims which required to either presentany of residence of the claimant and must,, to the plat thereof as
have you. or be sworn to by the claimant his I recorded In Plat Book 1. page
you.Edward may Frlcke against, deceased the late estateof of agent or attorney or the same 340. Public Records of Osceola '"uST MI VICI
Osceola will become void according to law. County. Florida. and
County Florida to the
hand and the seal
This September 30, 1963. my
County Judge of said County at APPLIANCES
Eva Ramsby of this Court at Kisslmmee. Florida
Klssimmee. Florida within six calendar Administratrix of this 2nd day of October. 1963.
months from the date of the Ancillary cawn.o.u rexeISNGI
l Dove Shoot first publication of this notice. the estate of Lawrence (Circuit GLENN Court Seal RAY.) Clerk V

r E&ch claim or demand must be In Kenneth Ramsby deceased. FURNITURE'
By /Marjorie R. CO.
Phillip R Kelley Jab PARKS
writing must state the place of
SAT.-SUN.-WED,| residence and post-office address of Post Office Box Florida 331 Giles. Hedrick &: Robinson ,....... fcOMtfMORRIS
the claimant and be sworn to by
125 South Court Street
12 NOON TIL SUNSET Attorney for Ancillary
claimant his agent or his attorney Orlando. Florida
or It will become void accord- Administratrix
Plaintiff.Oct. .
Oct. 3, 10. 17. 24. 1963 Attorneys for
Ing to law.
10. 17 24. 31, 1963
AT SUHL'S DAIRY the 18th day of September.
t 1This
v Executor of the Estate that an election will be held on COUNTY JUDGE. OSCEOLA
ENTRANCE ON of Edward Frlcke. Tuesday. November 5. 1963. In al COUNTY. FLORIDA
election precincts of Osceola County NOTICE OF INTENTION TO KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
0 0COOKJWITh[ GAS AIRPORT ROADFor Ellis F. Davis Florida for the following MAKE APPLICATION FOR
East Dakin.
Kissimmee. Florida named purposes: FINAL DISCHARGEIN 847-4941
Attorney for Executor 1. To elect three school trusteesIn RE: THE ESTATE OF )
Sept 26. Oct. 3. 10. 17. 1963 the County. Not more than GEORGE M. HALL )
one trustee will be elected from deceased )
Flexible and efficient meeting IN RE: ESTATE OF district NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN SEPTIC
every modem cooking need Fast HOMER J. PERKINS of all persons who have been nom, that I have filed my final reportas ROTHROCK
clean economical cooking. Man. deceased. mated by petition of five or more Executrix of the Estate of
teal controls NOTICE OF FILING PETITIONFOB persons qualified to vote In the GEORGE M. HALL deceased: thatI
or fully automatic. FINAL DISCHARGEOF election. filed with the County have filed petition for final discharge -
You can expect outstanding performance r .j ADMINISTRATRIX. Board at least fifteen (15) days and that I will apply to TANK CO.
with m distinctivt NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN prior to the holding of the electionand the Honorable O. P. Johnson.

....... Green's Fuel Gas Ranee.GREEN'S that I have filed my final return as requesting that the names of Judge of Osceola County. Florida
Administratrix of the estate of such persons be placed on the bal on the 4th day of November. 1963
r Homer J. Perkins deceased; thatI I lot to be voted upon as trustee for approval of same and for final
j have filed my petition for distribution of that school district. discharge as Executrix of the Estate CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS.
and for final discharge 2. To determine the number of of GEORGE M. HALL
FUEL and that on OCTOBER 31st. 1963.I mills of Special Tax School Districttax deceased. SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE FOR EVERY NEED.
will apply to the HonorableOs. which shall be levied and collected This 30th day of September. A.

a. P. Johnson. County fur approval annually for the next two D.. 1963. CEMENT WORK -.260 GALLON GREASE TRAPS
ceola County. Florida ensuing years within the said /*/ VERA BAssEXECUTRIX
t GAS of said final return and for an County School District. of the Estate
order of distribution and for discharge All qualified electors In the of GEORGE M. HALL
?s,.,. as Administratrix of the county who pay a tax on real or deceased. 15 YEARS EXPERIENCEK.
F estate of Homer J. Perkins deeased. -

PARKS FURNITURE CO. September. t/ Anna 18. 1963.W. Perkins, I C. ROTHROCK, Owner and Operator

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Sept. 26. Oct. 3. 10. 17. 1963


Any Of RE:
EDGAR L, .GROVER. Deceased.
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HAVING CLAIMS ESTATE OR DEMANDS strator, completely equipped, 5-yr. and Utility Trailers.
.. New Houses YOU AND EACH OF YOU are 50,000 mile BUILT AND REPAIRED.
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claims which or
present any -
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of L. Grover. deceased
the estate Edgar
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boat motor and accessories need the protectionthat to the County Judge of said
county at his office In the Court-
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insurance are available in any combination. notice. Each claim or demand must 1963 Dodge Polara 2-Door Hardtop,
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e AllIlRiRUM place of residence of the claimant radio, heater, automatic transmis-
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the same will become void accord $275000
ing to law. steering -
; Alweinum Dated this 12th day of Septem- SERVICEUrAI
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Estate of W

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>;* W. Ovetstiect. Jr.
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* HH KlvJmntaf (iaxHtr.; Kk dmn..r. FU.. Thurs.. Oct. 10. 1963!
I, Livestock Market C
4 I Ie It
County Agent Comments
Business RoomingBy

Chemical SpraysAre i j

1 sr CHARLES EBY ber IS. At that time 1407 head 1 fti
To many of the residents of were sold 11M of which were
: the city, the Kissimmee Livestock .calves. Most of the calves are
Dangerous Market is a place on the Old Or- ,sold to out- f-state buyers. They
lando Highway where ranchers go are bought for several different
to buy and sell their cattle and purposes: small calves are slaugh-
By JIM SMITH | l much later are subject to more where. every Wednesday you' can tered for veal; larger ones are
County Agent j winter kill. expect to hear the bawling of slaughtered for tender "babybeef"
Occasionally someone or some I Sod Webworms are prevalentthis .
; d' stockers to
I cattle. ; are put pastureto
group gets excited about use ofl time of year. This insect is'
to feeders which fee
Few grow are
people realize the Importance -
chemical sprays and insecticides' found in the sod by close inspec-
I' of it. Ken Caldwell general grain to "fatten" up for slaughter. -
killing wildlife and being harmful -!!tion or by seeing large numbers .
to humans. This undoubtedly! happens some time but is large-: They can be controlled with Tox- where around 30,000 head a year A large portion of the cattleare
1 lv due to carelessness. Every1' aphene sprays and usually one or an average of 550 to 650 a crossbred Brahmas with Herefords - nor tat lli'
week for 51 sale weeks. thirdto Angus and Shorthorn (or
of is all that is needed.
user and
sprays dust for Insects -' application
in "arena"at -
) These animals
one-half are usually from local English are shipped
should read labels on con.; The College of Agriculture at
tainers and follow instructions! Florida has one of the largest cattlemen the rest are from cat- to Texas Arizona, Colorado mee Livestock Market look over the prospects of the dav
'I I tlemen within the 50 to 100 mile California Iowa Indiana Ohio
carefully. Farmers are very cau-l enrollment of students in its history II
tious about this since crops cam I this year. Dean Marion A. I KEN CALDWELL, general manager of the Kissimmee radius who bring their cattle New York, New Jersey and Mich- Dr. Kuhns Joins LabThe
be condemned if found to con-I Brooker of the College of Agri- Livestock Market looks over a group of calves he is preparing here to selL"According i igan.

tain harmful residues. Home!culture credits the increased en- I to ship to Texas.Intercession to Caldwell, the larg- "The buyers ship the cattle
owners should be just as careful rollment to Florida's vigorous I est sale held in recent years was themselves and 90 to 95 per cent scientific staff of the from Pennsylvania where he
even if they don't stand to have thriving agriculture and the re- i the special calf sale held Septem- are shipped by truck. Several Department of Agriculture's was head of a chemical firm's
the economic losses that the cognition of many high school City News years ago about 60 per cent trav- livestock Diagnostic Laboratory research department He 'hasa
farmer might sustain, if he uses students of the many opportunities Rev. John W. Ivey eled by rail but as trucks have at Kissimmee will be Ph. D. degree In biochemistry -
insecticide incorrectly. If we in agriculture. Students in- become faster and more depend, back to full strength November and nutrition from Pennsylvania -
could not use these materials terested in entering for collegecan Farewell Dinner Passed Away Sunday able and as the roads have been, 1, Commissioner Doyle State University
food costs would soar and short- get more information from i improved trucks have become Conner said yesterday.On .
ages would occur in this land of the County Agents Office. Ii t The Rev. John William Ivey, more popular" Caldwell stated. that date Dr. Lawrence Soil ElectionSet

plenty.A The best quality blooms of I SO, 1207 Person St., Kissimmee There are many "straight", Kuhns will join the laboratory
program that has not rec- roses can be expected during Honors Pastor WifeBy died Sunday I Brahmas sold to go to Central t as head of the Toxicology For TodayElection
cent! 'ed much attention in this the fall season in Florida. AC- ,- A prominent retired Free and South America and a good department Another vac
area recently is Screw-worm Era- cording to Dr. S. E. McFadden, MRS. D. G. OWLETT 'resident who has been living in Methodist minister and a nativeof portion are shipped to Northernand ancy was filled recently when for two supervisor
dication. Texas is now going Assistant Ornamental Horticulturist \I The congregation of the Christian California for a year or two has Abbeville S. C., he was rais- Western states. Dr. Charles C. McCain took ,for the Osceola Soil ConservationDistrict \
through this program that was with the Florida Agricul-, and Missionary Alliance returned to Florida to work in,ed and obtained his education in The directors of the 25-year-old over duties as head of the I will be held today
so successful in Florida several tural Experiment Stations, Rose!: Church held a farewell supper in the office of Mission Village, Sum-:the Atlanta, Ga., area. He was organization are Henry O. Partin, Bacteriology department. County Agent Jim Smith sn>lei
years ago. In a recent sporting have been free and president; Kate Caldwell vice Dr McCain of'both will serve without pay for
plants that kept I honor of Mr. Mrs. Hunter merville. She was calling on I a minister for 40 years before a graduate
magazine. it was reported that of foliage pests during the sum-I Thompson pastor and wife on friends recently in IntercessionQty. his retirement and lived in K S- president; Irlo Bronson, secretary Auburn University was in three year terms.
this program is instrumental in mer months are ready I Friday evening in the Pilgrim!( :simmee for 16 years. ; Murray W. Overstreet Sr., veterinary practice for 12 Polling places will be Bob's
causing a population explosionwith produce their best display of!{Holiness dining hall. il I II Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Thompsonare I He served several churches !in treasurer and Ken Caldwell, gen- years In Illinois and recently Garden and Pet Center in Ks-:
Deer in Texas. I am sure high quality blooms. As. climatic I i The congregation and commu- attending the South Eastern Atlanta, and Alabama and thosein :eral! manager. obtained his Master's degreeIn simmee and Tuxedo Feed' Stir
that the same thing is true herein i conditions become more and I'nity I extend best wishes to themas District Prayer Conference of the Lake Monroe, Sanford, Winter I Mrs. Newton (Dorothy) Norris bacteriology from the Uni in St. Cloud. Voting will start it\!
Florida and that deer
tions much popula-than i more favorable reaching their: they go to Hazelhurst Georgia Christian and Missionary Allianceat Haven, Homestead Tampa and is the office manager. The yard versity of Missouri. 8 a.m. and end at 5 p m_. Smith
are higher now initiat- optimum peak in October and I I I to assume pastoral duties. A purse Lake Swan near Melrose Fla.! Lakeland. superintendent is John Bronson His thesis was on the use said.
before this
ed. All types program of wildlife was have November Flower colors intensify -I'i was presented in appreciation of Mrs Tessie Cox and sons entertained -i Surviving are widow, Nancy and the yard foreman. Carl of tissue culture techniquesfor
probably benefited from this petals grow more numerous -!I i I their services in the community the Rev. and Mrs. Chester -! Caroline Fields; sons, John Schmidt. the diagnosis of hog chol Rebekahs To Hold
and flowers have better during their 2\'a\ tenure of Corello night. Mr. and wes-I This advanced procedure
program. With this the case andso years Friday ley and William Hayward, era.
much emphasis on recreation, form than during the warmer service.A Mrs. Corello are enroute to Mis- Kissimmee; daughters, Mrs. Club according to Dr. W. L Sippel. Rummage SaleThe
we should all be grateful to those summer months. capacity audience attended sionary work in Haiti. Crabtree, Tallapoosa Ga., Mrs. Friendship I chief of the Division of Animal Officers Club of the Kis-
who made this program a suc- Most rose varieties will produce the sacred musicale at the Wesleyan -" Mrs. Mary Frankenfield, Reba Lawrence Christian, Clayton To Meet October 17 Industry's Laboratories stmmee Rebekah Lodge will boll
cess. longer stems during the Methodist Church on Friday Kowalski, Mabel Grice and Ralph Ga., Mrs. Donald Norton and section, will be added to the a rummage sale Friday and Sat,
Orchid growers and fanciersare fall months, and this invitationto evening. The Rev. Dalette Cooleywas I Welch attended the funeral of Mrs. Julius L. Chambers, both Kissimmee Lab's proceduresfor urday, October U and 12. in the
reminded of the Fifth An- cut these well formed bloomsfor chairman in the absence of Mrs. Pearl Nowlan in Winter Haven of Fort Myers Mrs. Hubert C.I I The Friendship Cub will meet diagnosing hog cholera Tarcai building at the corner o:
nual Orchid Growers Short t indoor display should be ac- the pastor the Rev. Mr. Shaffer. I on Monday morning. I Brown and Mrs. Jack Rayburn, Thursday Oct. 17th at the Epis- and other viral diseases. I Main and Vine.
Course November 16 and 17 at cepted. Removing them will not Mr. and Mrs. Randal Howard Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Coolbear both, of Orlando; sister Mrs. copal Church Parish house 12:30: Dr. Knuds comes to Florida The sale will start at 7:30: a,m.
the University of South Floridain harm a well-established plant. and family were happily surprisedon I have returned for the winter. Alice Johnston, Atlanta; 29 p.m.Theme
Tampa. Advance registrationforms I However McFadden: emphas- Sunday morning when their The parents of Mrs. Eddie Man- grandcchildren and 15 great- for the program will be
are available at the County -' izes that rose hobbyists should son. Randy Junior arrived froma heim of Tampa visited her duringthe grandchildren. "United Nations Day". Mrs. D. RENOVATION SALEAll
Agents office. keep several important points in, tour of service in Germany. past week. Funeral services were held at Coe Love will speak and special
The Osceola Soil Conservation mind if they hope to get maximum A district youth rally was held The Rev. and Mrs. Edward E. 11 A.M. Wednesday at the Free music will be presented by Mrs. items must go to make room for new

District election of Supervisorswill enjoyment from producing Saturday evening in the Morrison I Hayes are living in Miami during Methodist Church, with the Revs. Maurice Bond.Reservations. equipment.
be held October 10. Two flowers for their homes.A :Memorial Pilgrim Holiness their furlough from Haiti. Both Carl Beatty. Harold Cranston and must be made by
supervisors will be" 'elected this Church. The Rev. Ellsworth Swan- in printing.Mr. Tuesday, Oct. 15th with Mrs.
taking a course Active
recently planted bush needsits are E. J. Hood officiating.
year and will serve a three year I of Ft. Lauderdale the Erford Woods, 847-2769. 60 hospital beds and mattresses 30.00
was also
full supply of leaves to manu- son Hayes is serving as as- casket bearers were Messrs. John
term without pay. Polling places! facture food for growth. Thumb- speaker.The sistant pastor of the Miami Free Alting Fred Bowery Charles M. each [new cost, '200.00 and up].
will be set up Kissimmee at the Tuexdo and nail pruning of new shoot tips to! Rev. Hayes Rickard and I.:Methodist Church. Brown, Erby C. McBrayer W. Esther Circle To
Feed Stores in remove some of the developing daughter Miss Inez, have return- Mr. Herb Woerner is to candi- C. Reed and Alvin Seyler. Hon- I stands bedside commodes
St. Cloud and will be open from, flower buds is helpful in establishing ed from a summer in :Michigan.Mrs. date for pastorship in the Christian orary, L. A. Alderman John Meet October 21stThe Bedside step
8:00 Lawns a.m.should to 5:00 receive p.m. the last(1'I' a new plant. If the first J. C Baynum is convalescing and Missionary Alliance Benson O. S. Coop, Charles Gilmore I stools, wheel chairs, utensils of all kinds,

of fertilizer for the flowers allowed to mature are well at her home. ,Church this coming Sunday. Hisjwife Charles Jacobs Otto Mil- Esther Circle of the First many other items too numerous to list..
application now. University of Florida j I to be used in the house, these Mrs. Mary Frankenfield honored and two sons are to accom- burn Grover Prentice. Frank nited Presbyterian Church will Make own offer on of these
year your many
turf specialists recommend fertilizers -I should be cut with short stems. Charles Troup with a birth- pany for the day. Pyle, Garnet Reasner Jr., An- meet Monday October 21st at 2p.m.
of the following formulasand After the bush has become bet. day dinner during the past week. The Major Walter Hmshaws are drew Seyler, John Sharp, H. T. at the home of Mrs. John i items . All must go I
amounts: 6-6-6; 17 poundsper ter established three or more .Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Thompson back at their home on 5th Ave. Simmons and Ernest Streetman. Summers, 621 Bay Street. I
1000 square feet; 8-8-8, 13 months after planting no harm visited Mrs. Thompson's parentsin The Civic Association held the Interment followed in Osceola Mrs. Lester Geisler will serveas KISSIMMEE HOSPITAL, INC.
pounds per 100 square feet or will be done by cutting blooms Fort Myers last week. .first monthly meeting of the Fall Memory Gardens. Grissom Funeral co-hostess. 423 Church Street,
10 pounds of a 10-10-10 per 1000 with longer stems. However it's The parents of :Mr. John Hedges season on Monday evening. The Home was in charge of Dr. Olive Fish will have charge Kissimmee, Florida
square feet. Lawns fertilized always advisable to cut just the have returned home after a president, the Rev. H. B. Kreider arrangements, lof the Bible study.
length needed, leaving as much week's visit. resided ,, ,
foliage as possible on the plant. Little Kimmy Hedges is home Among: items discussed were ""'''':'''":t.' ny'-'+',:;::

When cutting roses for the from the hospital after a bout the 0 completion of the completionof I
house consider the arrangement with pneumonia.Mrs. the firehouse and a pumper for .
FIRST in which they are to be used, Greydon Meyers is ill in the new firetruck. 'A bake sale is -i
and select them in different a Kissimmee Hospital. being planned for the middle of .
NATIONAL stages of development. Larger I David Overrein has been ill at November to help in the expenseof '"", _, ,

more open flowers, are used low his home. these projects. Major Walter
In the container and will need Revival meetings are announcedfor Hinshaw is chairman of the bake ,. ..
less stem than tighter buds used the Morrison Memorial Church sale committee.
for height. !October 1727. The Rev. and Mrs. Mr. Frank Clark is working in
Richard Grindstaff of West Virginia
When cutting rose blooms, always Tampa for a
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA are to be evangelist and t The Roy Johnson family have
use a sharp blade; and
I.I make a clean, sloping cut just singers. moved into the cottage owned by I
.. above a dorment bud that is, Mrs. Sylvia Patterson, .a former Charles Smith. -
just above the attachment of a I '

well-developed five-leaflet leaf. I Ranchers Can Save f HTiJi
Serving Dr. McFadden warns that leav- i
Farming Interestsof ing a long or ragged stub above' -
the dormant bud invites die-back. l

Osceola Countyfor Rose buds should be cut only Dollars By CullingRanchers i
Over 35 Year after the green sepals that en-
closed them fold back toward 4
their stems, and only when the will save money by !er had been getting approximately
outside petals loosen or start to eliminating non-productive cows 100 calves each year or a 50 per- : r
unfurl. If cut when tighter buds from their herds this fall, a Florida I'cent calf crop. When he had the
will fail to open in water. Agricultural Experiment Stations -cows checked for pregnancy, he I
Naturally the condition of a researcher reports. i found only 95 of the cows were
I plant affects the cut life of its I Dr. J. R. Crockett animal gen- I due to calve. ., T 1i'
MEWtEt mEW DEPOSIT I flowers. Those cut from stronger ,eticist with the Stations, says if I But he went ahead and sold the
wsutANd cotrounoN plants last longer. The time of ranchers are to make a profit in 105 non-pregnant cows. As the result I
cutting also has an effect. Bud I today's competitive beef industry his pastures the conJ
cut late in the afternoon will last a sound breeding and manage- spring were in much better
several hours longer than buds ment program is essential. Maintaining dition due to the lower stockingrate
CompleteGROVE cut in the morning hours. Also, "free boarders," cows II and the calves weaned at approximately -
flowers of some varieties open which will not produce a calve is 100. pounds more than .
more slowly and last longer than not a part of good management, previously. Therefore." Dr. -
others. he stresses. Crockett emphasizes "he is wean- .
SERVICE Each cut bloom will last only Explaining what it costs to main- ing the same number of calves .
until its store of food reservesis tain a cow Dr. Crockett says it but selling more weight of calves : )
exhausted; and the rate at !requires about $70 per year to with only one-half as many cows." l lf ls
which the food reserves are used maintain a cow on improved pas- Pregnancy examination the researcher -
up is greatly dependent on tem- ture. Assuming a cow calved explains, can be donein ... -
1 perature Dr. McFadden explainsthat every other year it would mean the fall when the animals are .
in increased temperaturecauses the calve would have to sell for being handled for other reasons N =-
a more rapid rate of food a minimum of $140 just to pay without much extra labor. The
utilization, a decreased tempera- for the upkeep of the cow. examination should be made about d
ture slows the rate of utilization. three months after the end of -
G.M.HUGHEY Since the scarcity of winter feedis .
When they are kept within the the breeding season. The cows :t .'
one of Florida's critical prob-- 4
normal room -temperature range must be put through a chute and
lems in beef the
production removal
one can expect most roses to restrained, but an experiencedperson i .
last from three to five days. of non-productive cows '
GROVE SERVICE & can examine the cows as
prior to this period only makes
MANAGEMENTs After cutting roses the stems fast as they can be put through
should be immersed in water as the chutes.
d, Boom & Hand soon as possible. Then it's bestto Citing a specific example of For information on how to make *
Spraying put the containers in a cool, how this practice has helped. Dr. !the pregnancy test. Dr. Crockett i
Frtffixlng & Dusting dark place for several hours to Crockett related his observationsof 'suggests contacting your
Mechanical Hoeing, BankIng allow the blooms to "harden." a rancher who had 200 cows ian or county veterlnar-I
& Cultivatingfor The lower part of a home refrigerator on improved pasture. The ranch- sion agent.CHARLES.

Prmonatixd Srvk furnishing a tempera-
ture of about 40 degrees faren-
I heit is especially suitable for
DonaanAy.., Klssimm I hardening. B. EBY t

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