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The Kissimmee gazette
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Kissimmee Gazette
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-Oct. 11, 1984.
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Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).

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Welcome Boaters -_. r Kissimmee's Boat- -Cade Comes Home ; .

After Two Long Years Of Wandering

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'A : ;- : .. .' ;f"" : : By LEO 8HU3IAKEB an open house and either a fish "However," .Miles said "our* gy Claire, who still reside here. noon, and tfcfe will be IeII wed

I All things being equal, weather fry or chicken dinner sponsoredby speaker is wen qualified to i His father, O. S. Thacker, and )y a pram review by die Rotary

r : and water conditions seem the Lions dub. This dinneris Russell, his brother, are also Club youth fleet. From 5:38 to

perfect for the 14th Annual Boat- open to the public and will make the main address at this prominent Kissimmee attorneys.The .
A-Cade which gets under way be followed by a dance. dedication because he is one 7:30 Beta Sigma Phi will holda

here October 20 and lasts who realizes the importance of darance L. Thacker wa- shipwreck luau which will be
through October 27. ter structure spillway and climaxed at 7:45 p.m. with a
Wednesday, October 23 will be water control and conservation.
K. C. Moore Jr., president of the big day.lor both Boat-A- An estimated 1,000 persons are locks-are among the first worksto fireworks exhibition, courtesy of

the cruise, said this win mark Caders and local citizens alike.It expected to attend the dedica- be completed in a $35 million Tupperware Home Parties.A .

the first time in three years that will start with a dedicationof tion, which will honor posthumously program to provide flood control briefing of these going on
and water the Boat-A-Cade will be held at
water conditions will permit the darance L. Thacker locksat a well-known Kissimmeewar conservation
boats to leave the shoreline in Southport Canal at 11 a.m. hero, city official and at- throughout the Kissimmee River the Community House at 8.15

Kissimmee, and for this reason at which Secretary of State Tom torney. Basin, according to Miles, who p.m.The
rw. he anticipates a larger numberof Adams will be principal speaker. succeeded Thacker as a member cruise will get underwayat '
boats than any time in recent Thacker. who died Easter Sun- of the FCD board. 8 a.m. Thursday October 24
years. day, 1958 was serving on the from fire lakefront with a destination

'Y Y Last year the boats embarked Riley S. Miles, chairman of board of the Central and South I free Following barbecue the will dedication'be served a 152 miles down the river

y from Lake Hatchineha and the the governing board of the Cen- Florida Flood Control Districtat those attending, sponsored by and across Lake OkeochobooIndiantown. !

year before took off from the tral and South Florida Flood the time _of his death. He 'the Gazette: and other organiza .
east side of Lake Kissimmee. Control District, said Senator was the husband of Jess Thacker tions.A .
Boat-A-Cade events get underway Spessard Holland had been local attorney, and the father Moore estimates that some
Tuesday, October 22 at the scheduled to speak but was un- of three children Omer boat parade will be held 250-360( ) boats will Make the

Tohopekaliga Yacht dub with able to leave Washington. Stephen, Pamela Ailee and Peg in Kissimmee during the after-cruise this year.

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and the last of the boats in for the } the cruise
Early evening start night. Hub. plied by
Open Houseat, Yacht Boat Show at Lakefront. Reg tars

istration will continue at Boat-A-Cade office. Fish Fry and

Map Is Necessary Inspection Dance. F } Reservations

UnderwayOn WEDNESDAY Those persons desiring reservations -

Street Numbering ) 'JQITE in hotels or motels

ExplosionBy Open House at Yacht Club. Registration will continue at : should contact: Kissimmee

Boat-A-Cade office. Dedication of Locks south Chamber of Commerce (box
Southport at
788), 4 E Camp Chamber of
Baffles New Folk JERRY BERSONST. end of Lake Barbecue
Tohopekaliga. at noon at Southport ) rTE Commerce Sebring; Clewiston,
CLOUD An explosive Locks. Afternoon: Boat Parade at Lakefront. Pram Fleet Re- *. 4 Chamber of Commerce' or Clew-
sue for more than three is-I
the controversial St. Cloud view. Shipwreck Luau, 530730.. Fireworks at Lakefront, iston Inn Indiantown, The Sem-

(Last week City Commission rarely comes face to face with I ties enterprise engine literally ex 7:45. Briefing at Community Hall at 8:15. Dance to follow. inole Inn Indlantown.
requested the planning commis- I the problem until someone asks !ploded last week. AD the Inspection

slon to give further study to for directions to given address. plates have._been taken off THURSDAY General InformationGas
the proposed property-number Then it Is. that a map becomes the engine and at the time of L I
big system and and L and tee service will be
suggested new a necessity even then it isnot :his
I writing a complete investigation Cruise begins at 8 a.m.. Lunch enroute. First stop for gas
street designations This Is the easy to make the instructions available at Kissimmee and all
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first of a series of articles described 'I clear and understandable. According i Length not of time yet been the made. at Oasis Camp. Night stop at 4E Camp. Distance covered 84 fj along Boat-A-Cade route.
In detail the reasons i "to Fred McDaniel, cham- engine will be off the line is miles. Chicken and ribs, barbecue. Entertainment and dance Campers are invited to use

for these proposed changes.) >er:! manager' "Kissimmee's: not known. According to authorItative with Halloween motif. ___ i the specious area of KiMlmI -
Newcomers to Klssimmee-have houSe numbering system, as provided I mee's lakefront where coffee
sources, repairs and replacement -
White left chair-
long been baffled by Kissim in the 1936 Revised Ordinances of be made FRIDAY campaign and food booths will be open all
parts can
mee's street and house-number. of_ the,city.". ls_. as ''o in a week but untilthe cause j -,', t A ..*- **. .: man of the Osceola County United Appeal drive and Horace night
ing.ystenxJbut-the.the old resident lows '. of -the,breakdown is ,established. :' '.Breakfast-Camp71.l fc ndatory-galrat(1p'! .-e crossing-' .. Phipps.president.of: the Qsceola !County ,Unite -ApPeal gw 4fc JI'MIL' 'ecMiMBKMt. tf: ****
"1.Streets which intersect Em- beyond any reasonable doubt the are shown by the large thermometer which shows fuRy before mifcaitrtnf and
Score 3rd mett will be numbered from Lake Okeechobee. Second night stop at Clewiston; distance in
one with Coast
Kowboys engine will remain inactive. how the drive is Photo cheek the
progressing ( )
locally. by Eby
North and South from Emmett Trouble started with a buildupof 74 miles. Guided tours in afternoon. Everglades dinner.: Kissimmee.

Victory Of Year; Street. deposits on the cylinder pistons Drawing for prizes. Crowning of Boat-A-Cade Queen. Danceat Information boats carrying

Ft. Meade NextThe "2. Streets which intersect liners, and rings. One piston Elks Club. veterans of the erode will be
Main Street at right angles will with an excessive buildup of State Audit Given marked by white information

Osceola High Kowboystook be numbered from one. East and deposit set off the explosion That SATURDAY flags.

advantage of mistakes and West from Main. :piston and the liner are the only I Information headquarters for
"3. Streets which intersect that require replacement Boat-A-Cade win be set
parts the up
their third of the
posted victory County
Breakfast in Clewiston. Direct Indiantown
route to across Commission
Stewart Avenue at right angles ,
according to Ed Winnie, acting at all night stops.
current The win season was Friday over Okeechobee night. will be numbered from one West- superintendent of utilities. lake; 32 miles. Follow shore line in Rim Canal about'*ba>> : All doctors malting the trip

137. ard. miles. Third night's stop: Indiantown. Smorgasbord, enter- The commission Mon- are asked to display a Red
Off-the-record comments indicated county I torney for the board, said he
4. All other Intersect '
Ed Harrell passed three yardsto Stewart shall streets which that the underlying tainment and dance. day received the official state would try to find out the statusof V Cross emblem In event of an

end EldonlsSullivan for the from one. run upward cause of the explosion was the audit report on the offices of the the deeds to the rightofwayfor II emergency.
first Kissimmee score. Later 'a of Bunker C fuel which did SUNDAY The longest cruise between
'5. Other streets win be use county judge, justicesof the Nova Road which tra-
recovered fumble at the Okee- num- HaroldSchilling I I gas stops te 45 miles.
bered according: to the city not meet specifications. the peace districts one and two verses over property owned
chobee 10 set the stage for Jim mission. com- Enterprise Co. engineer Breakfast at Indiantown. Supervised return via 4E, 72 and constables districts one and largely by the Deseret Farms, Kissimmee has six concrete
Crum to buck off tackle for the I was flown in last weekand ramps and a enafa heist for
6. Even numbers shall be on'' miles 152 miles Indiantown to Kissimmee.
Inc.These the ktke-
second Kowboy score.A met with officials of the your convenience at
the south and west sides and odd commission passed a resolution were to have been sent
review of this Friday's numbers shall be on the north fuel oil company last week. that would permit acquir to the county by October 10. he i iI front.
game Is on page 3 and the Play- and:" east sides." Specimens of the fuel, before andafter big right-of-way along Carroll stated. I
ers of the Week is on page 5 this being centrifuged. have FCA Dedication I Do's And Don't
Although the ordinance provided should condemnation proceedings Some of the commission indicated
issue. for Broadway and Church and been submitted to laboratoriesfor I become necessary.The that the Nova Road project
other parallel streets in the downtown analysis. board also agreed that should be called off because es-' No firearms, gambling. Do
area to be numbered begin- Negotiations for the Enterprise Highlights Meet I speed limit signs should be erect- timates of the cost contained in not take unnecessary risks.

Group Plans ning at-: Stewart, no specific provision engine were very controversial. ed along State Road 530 from the state road bid exceeded the Mark your boat on the bow
Several citizens appeared before the of home
made for with name your
was numberingof Thacker Avenue to Lake Wilson original cost by some $600,000.
New Look' Main, Robinson, Central, Palm the utility and city commissionsat because of the poor condition of However no action was taken. city. Make letters at toast six
Way, Brack and other parallel that time to protest the pur- A highlight of the 1963 convention "Proposed Feeder Calf Grading the road in this inches high.
streets in the northe chase. Several conended that the of the Florida Cattle- Standards." He will be followed area. Pick a boat as a badly for
of the rn section Clerk Glenn said of
meeting Ray
Following a of the city. These ge.:,., lcy engine was not proven in the men's Association which is being by Dr. A. Z. Palmer! animal the New P.T.A. Officers the day or for the trip.
beautification project
Broadway are numbered beginning with 01... field and gave information to held through Friday at the Cherry science department Universityof was spent discussing Check with Boftt-A-Cafe headquarters
Fred McDan- welfare Kissimmee P.T.A.
Tuesday morning, at approximately Park Street. commissions that explosions Plaza Hotel in Orlando will Florida, who will speak on cases. Elementary as soon as arriving
the chamber of: He said details of the electionto last at Osceola
lels 'manager of I met Thursday
havStjccurred in other locations. FCA "
"The effect of the existing be the dedication of the "Status of Dual Grading. At Do not miss the briefing
commerce said It looks as if it :x tEverO be held November 5 were dis High school cafeteria. Due to the
practice is that the 800 numberson %ce the engine was in- headquarters building here. 9:15 a.m. Senator Irlo Bronson Wednesday evening October 23
cussed that
shortly. polling places have of Mrs. Betty
will be completed Central and Main Street be- stalled in St. Cloud there have Featured speaker for the occasion will give a report from the animal resignations I at the Community Bane in Kis
He said the meeting was attended been named and the names of Charles president and Mrs. Carolyn
gin at Vine, while the 1200 numbers been diffi \es that were assodated which will be held at disease advisory commit- simmee.
by nine merchants who the clerks and inspectors have Harvey, first vice president
on Rose and Bermuda be- with the use of the low 2:30 p.m. Thursday, will be
to call tee.Several been announced. Mrs. Lois O'Berry was elected
were, given names upon gin at Vine Street," McDaniel grade fuel. There have been pre- Doyle Conner, Florida commissioner finance budget and 1 Lest We Forget
financial These contained in Bass
the are a legal president and Mrs. Joyce
to get necessary
vious shut downs due to clogged of agriculture.The other reports will also be made
r backing to complete the project. said.Going west OB Emmett street lines, gummed-up filters, and planning committee for during the morning, as will the notice published on page six in Ii first vice president. "Our fine defy record of all
this Issue of the Gazette. second
will be
He said all merchants 1500 numbers start at Thacker said there will be Mrs. Pat Redgrave's Boat-A des is of which
other equipment relating to the i the occasion Continued 2) .J : 13 one
twd on ,Page I W Overstreet
within the next Murray Jr. at grade won the room count '
:contacted while going west on Vine we use of the Bunker C fuel. i band music for the affair and we are all proud. We know you
'days, and ;'that to date approxi- pass 1200 at Bermuda, 2000 in J. C. Gallatin. retired super- free refreshments courtesy Kis- : will strive to keep ft this way

mately one third have agreed to the Vicinity of AMersgate, then intendent of utilities and now re- simmee Coca Cola Bottling Com- : When you are at the wheel em-

'proceed' with the project. start ,at 1600 again further out tained by the Utilities 'Commission pany. : ploy even more alertness, cau-
,McDaniels said the city has at Thacker. as a consultant, was a Following the dedication activities Mtn i i lion and moderation in I every

agreed, to do; all the labor and AD planning authorities recognize strong advocate for the purchaseof will continue in Kissim way than you would on the highway
relocation ,of'the present sprin- the value of a "grid sys- the Enterprise engine. Mayor mee. At 5 J5 today the Florida .
kle system located in the malL em": ol1 house numbering whereby Fred Ford had requested that Angus Association will be hostsat ..Watch the wake when passing -
Bill Morse,Is chairman of the for Distance' Bermuda Ave- Gallatin be called in on the pre- a get-acquainted hour at the boats not underway.

chamber's civic committee, and nue would mark the 1200 block sent problem but found that Mr. Elks Club here. At 6:30 a steak ,'Carefulc to the narrow -
Lottie Lawler chairman of the"bea on all streets which intersect it Gallatin was out of the city and barbecue dinner will be servedat twisting river.
,/ Icatlon committee at right angles. Thus, Thacker being treated for a physical con Tupperware Auditorium com "GIVe a signal before slowing
Avenue could be known as "2100 dition. pliments of Hi-Acres Fertilizer suddenly.
West" and Vine Street as "1200 Division. t "Help fellow cruisers in need.

Emily MacReynoIds North." The day's activities will end and display distress signal (red

Dies In Orlando '"If you" have a city map of Little Infant with a dance at 9:30 in the cloth; if you need !help."

Chicago: McDaniel said "you Rites Are Held Egyptian Room of the Cherry 4 1 t _
it is locate .
how to
can see easy .
Plaza with music furnished by t
i Emily MacReynoIds, 82, passed addresses if you understand that Kelly and his Jubilee Play- Twirling ContestSet
away in an Orlando nursing Halstead Street' is '800 West' or Master Johnny Lyttle, Jr.. 18 Ray
illness that Fullerton Street is 'GOO) months old son of Mr. and Mrs. boys. j For Saturday
a lengthy
borne house will be held at the
North'." Numerical or Alphabetical Johnny Lyttle. Sr.. 509 DeLeon Open
Laboratory and Tup- The fourth annual Kfcsiminec
street designations are not Street Tampa passed away in I
A native of Ohio, she bad been r. .
Parties followingthe Boat-a-Cade National Baton
ii the grid systemis a Tampa hospital Friday.He perware Home Open
) a resident of Orlando for the so important' dedication.and Kirby Han- : Twirling Contest and Osceola
believe this is
past 10 years. what adopted.the city fathers intendedto was a native of Fort Laud- cock president of the Osceola ; County Champtonsbap Twirl
'She, was a member of the First give Kissimmee when they in- County: Cattlemen's Association off will be held at the livestock

Christian Church and Brotherhood corporated in their 1936 Revision Besides the patents survivors said that the public is invitedto !,pavilion Saturday. October 19.

of Railway Trainmen Aux -the language: 'Not more than include halt sister, Linda Kaye attend all these events at i i The meet sanctioned by the

liary. I one hundred numbers shall be allowed MoneIl. Half brother, Jerome P. the same price as members, : , i National Baton Twirling Association -
Survivors include a daughter- for each block'." MonelL Grandparents Mrs. Eileen $5.00 per person. and only NBTA certified
in-law, Ruth R. MacReynoIds, The Chamber of commerceProposal Milar and Mr. and Mrs. Friday's activities will start {,judges will officiate.
Narbertb" Pennsylvania.! A 1 s 0 is really two proposals. Arthur Lyttle. Great grandmother early with the Florida CowBelles ; It will be open to twirlers
two "grandchildren.Prayer Step number One would be adop- Mrs. B. L. Criner. all ofKissimmee Roundup Coffee at 7:30 a.m. followed t I from beginners, advanced soto,

services were :held at tion of a "grid system of house by a business meeting at fancy strutting duets, two baton

7:30 p.ra Saturday' in the Gris-: numbering." We believe this will Funeral services were held at 8-00 and military strutting, as wail

som Chapel. with the Rev. Jimmy be of great help whether street 1 o'clock Sunday at the interment President Ralph Cellon will as teaaas.

: R. Cs*,' Minister of fee designations! are changed or not, in Rose Hill Cemetery with start general business' : sessions FLU SHOT-Joe Taggart, assistant city shown apprehensively The public is invited to the
':.First ChristiM Church, offidating. in relieving the confusion in tryIng fee Rev. Paul Woodyard, of Holy at 9 o'clock and the first speaker manager event which begins at 830; ajn.
Z Schmidt'sGETTING
from Williams Dr. J. ,
his flu shot Brenda from
f Crwoatfen foBowed. Gcfeiom to- find addresses is Kteska- Redeemer Catholic Church, of- will be Don Wakeman of the getting nurse and will last through most of
F-enJ! Home was mee" n ficiating. Grissom Funeral Home University of Florida animal office. The entire city employees that wanted shots were administered them re- fee aftem oa. RefrestaMMs will

't charge. of- arrangements. (To Be Continued) was in charge of arraagemests. husbandry staff wbo will discuss cently at the city hall. (Photo by Eby) be served.


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. Thataway ::? '. 'E. Club Is Scheduled"

Vacationer From !1W: Thr What the Name ImpliesMrs. October 20

Laymen's Stmday will be observed -
Holland To Visit 9 I on Sunday. October 38 at

& ,: F. M. Randall has re-|tionalists (Presbyterians). the First United Presbyterian

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Heeren left!have returned to spend the win-j r3 .... cently been installed as presidentof .. "-0.; ,Church in Kfeshnmee.
Saturday for New York City to!,ter from their summer the Friendship Club, which is : I Dr. Darrow Getty will girt the

meet Bill's sister and brotherinlaw Elwood, Kansas. just what the name implies . .; message centering fe else iwtfan

Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Bruyn. Rev. Henry Guy was in town! '_ 1 a place and time for women to wide theme tor fee day: "Your

The Bruyn's are arriving from last week calling on friends. He a get together, to meet newcomersin Neighbor as YouretiT.
Holland on their first trip to the plans to participate in an evan- w the town and have an after-
States on the new ship S. S. gelistic crusade to Haiti, Puerto f noon of good fellowship with no Men of the Church wtt be participating

Rotterdam. They will tour backto Rico and the Dominican Republic .- 81p; 'v / projects or money making as foHewa: The Re-
Kissimmee through the Blue around Thanksgiving and in 0rf -. a. schemes involved. sponsive Reading by Dr. Stuart
Ridge Mountains visit with the January will leave for a six T]) She and her family, which includes Nelson the

Heerens and make some toursof weeks tour of South America tit t r _____ .:,,, a daughter Lynn who is John Summers the prayer by
the country, on their extended i visiting the Methodist mission .1>r a student at Osceola High School 4. Forrest Hayes the after tory
I I fields in Rio, Brazilia, Buenos and a son Lee who works with 4 prayer by Dale Battteman. The
visit.Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Shanks Aires Chile and Peru. National Ca Ji Register Co. mov- f pastor will give the invocation

have returned from Washington Birthday congratulations this 11 sI'41 t" i.. ed to Kissimmee in 1958 from i. and benediction.

Ind. to spend the winter at their week are being sent to Whiz Anderson North Adams Massachusetts.Her The service has been arranged

home at 312 Poinciana Circle. Peter Chenoweth, Rusty . ..Nr hobby is sewing and she by the Laymen's Committee
Mrs. Graham Hart*ell, the for- Thacker, Donna Collins, Ellis follows this in working with the :<<1.t '. composed of John Summers and

mer Peggy Carroll, visited her Davis, T. K. Galloway, Marion Needlework Guild. Erford Woods. Special muck will
parents Mr. and Mrs. John E. Beiter Al Hunt Elinor Scott, The Randalls are Congrega- Mrs. F. M. Randall be provided by the Chancel

Carroll, and other relatives last Eva Schmidt, George McGowan, ; ft : Choir under the direction of
week. Adella Barker, Diane Acree, Intercession City News Lester W. Get 1er.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson James Jordan, Patricia Allen,
Roslyn Goold Jewell Lawson, PAST PRESIDENTS HONORED Past Presidents of the Elks Auxiliary were ..

Jessie Hatton, Guy Allen. Sandra honored at a covered dish supper Wednesday, October 9, at the Elks Club. Pic- Winter Visitors Back

LEGAL NOTICES Lee Padgett, Roscoe Roberson, tured above are front row, left to right Mrs. Harvey Breedlove Mrs. Phillip Kelley I PIZZA -1

IN THE COURT OF THE COUN Leslie Yates, Annie O. Pledger Mrs. John Davis; back row, left to right Mrs. Paul Smith Mrs. Bodo Kirch- After Summer VacationsHerbert
TY JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY 1 Faye Sessions Mary Lupfer,
FLORIDA. Bruce Ramsey Tanya Perry,I hoff Mrs. Nels Jensen and current president Mrs. Frank Broyles. FREEZETTE

NOTICE MAKE APPLICATION OF INTENTION FOR TO Brad Padgett, Charlie Few, Se- Woerner, of Taccoa Mrs. Sylvia Patterson, who DRIVE-IN I Ig
FINAL DISCHARGE Belle Smith, Mary Ann Lee,. Falls, Georgia, candidated on works in the office of Dr.
L.IN S.RE HARRIS: ESTATE, OF )) Helen Stephens, Von Johnson. Garden Club News William D. Marvin Sunday in the Christian and Biernes at :Mission Village

Deceased. ) Best wishes to each of you. Missionary Alliance Church. Summerfield was calling on

TO ALL TV WHOM RnR"" :'rMA''' CONCERN Congratulations to Duncan and I Pests Under Control Visits SardiniaMarine His wife and two young sons friends in town last weekend.
; Susanne McFarland who are celebrating Keep accompanied him. Followingthe Several friends attended the
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN their 17th wedding anni : Private First Class WilLiam evening service they droveto funeral service of the Rev.
THAT I have filed final
my reportas
Executrix of the Estate of L versary today. With The Poisons D. Marvin, Jr., son of :Mr. Tampa to visit a brotherof John W. Ivey of Kissimmee.The .
S. HARRIS deceased that I have Mr. and Mrs. John E. Carroll Proper and Mrs. William D. Marvin of Mr. Woerner's.A service was held at the
filed petition for final discharge
and that I will apply to the Hon. have returned home after spending 1807 Orange Blvd., Kissimmee, sister of Mrs. John Hedges Kissimmee Free Methodist
orable O P. Johnson. Count six. days at the American Each shrub and plant seems I Stover were hostesses for the a member of Marine Battalion is visiting in the Hedges's Church.

on Judge the of first Osceola day of County.November Florida 1963 Bankers Association's 89th Annual -I I to have worms of its own. Spe- meeting.At Landing Team 1-6, with the home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grant
for approval of same and for final: Convention in Washington,I cial watchfulness is needed now II the Hibiscus Circle meetinga Sixth Fleet in the -Mediterranean Mrs. Greydon Meyers is and granddaughter, Mabel,
discharge as Executrix of the Estate to keep them under control. If Round Table Discussion was
D. C. Sardinia the
Aranci Sept.
of L S. HARRIS deceased. left Bay, home from the hospital. were in town during past ,
This first day of October. AD., Friends of Floyd Shook, in doubt about proper poison for i lead by Mrs. Stetson Tarver on 16 after completing training.The week. ,
1963 /ittiymle+ J. Harris who was a student at the Intercession specific pests, your nurseryman' Birds and Conservation. Members landing team is aboard New Directors Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lock

Executrix of the Estate of City Bible School, and county agent stand ready to contributed to the discus- ships of Amphibious Squadron nee Betty Munson) are hap- Swimrtttt Immtlueik or tKnttr relics,

HACKER L S.AND Harris.THACKER deceased. will be interested to hear that help you.Inspect. sion with items read, from various 12, and will proceed to the island Named By ChamberResults py over the arrival of a baby .U in Central Ften***.: Diiyklyonr
Box 527. Kissimmee. Fla. he is now serving as pastorin especially your Jaca- sources.A of Malta. During a four-day ftrmily . loner roar ,suds
Attorneys. for Executrix a Bradford, Penn., Free randa, Cassia Poinsettia Hibiscus bird word scramble game stay at Malta the :Marines will of the election of new girl.Among those who have re . fcy bringing jtkem ft are rmJ)
Oct 3. 10. 17, 24. 1963. Methodist Church. The and Angel Trumpet.The prepared by Mrs. W. C. Seck- have the opportunity to tour the members of the Kissimmee turned during the past week, al i f'le dining rtftm.OPFICK '

NOTICE UNDEB FICTITIOUS Shook's have two daughters Rose and Hibiscus Circles man was enjoyed, with Mrs. island, and to see competitive Chamber of Commerce: Board of ,to spend the winter are the J'fte 0...... a rsrtand.e
... ....
Notice NAME is hereby STATUTE given that the The marriage of Elizabeth met last Thursday. At the Rose Geo. Mansfield winning the rifle and pistol matches between Directors were announced this ; Rev. and Mrs. Harry Freder L L c.M.

undersigned, pursuant to the "FIc- Haynes of Lakeland and Edward Circle members brought miniature prize. fellow Marines and the British i week by Fred McDaniels, man- I icks, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman
titious Name Statute" Chapter Condon Tampa was to the meet- The met with Mrs. Rob- Marines.
865.09. Florida Statute will register of arrangements group Royal ager. Gifford, Mr. and Mrs. Henry a.
with the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof performed October 14 at the ing. Mrs. Fred Button then gave ert Ford. A variety of home Newly elected members are: Huebscher and Joseph Rey I. 1M 8..rt.,
fictitious Osceola name Florida: the home of Mr. and :Mrs. W. T. pointers on prc, .'lure and rules made cookies and fancy sand- Paul Guynn, Osceola Cement nolds. ':...-.LS o./.4.

B. And R. Investors. Inc. under Seabree by the Rev. James for miniatures. 'the same rules wiches were served from a pret- Products; Earl Harris, First

which Post we Office are Box engaged 762. In Kissimmee.businessat H. Wallis. :Mrs. Condon is a hold true for small arrange- ty table graced by an arrange- Fashion Show Is Federal Savings and Loan As-

Florida. sister of Mrs. Seabree. ments that apply to any as to ment of Hibiscus. Mrs. Tarver Of Interest HereST. sociation; Jerry Ivey, Osceola
That the parties Interested In line color, etc. Mrs. Burton assisted as co-hostess. Fruit Distributors; Dr. Jim : CHKRMV, I.B3B9
said business enterprise are as follows RKCIOCNCK 847.3444f
George Rocker Odell Bron pointed out that miniatures are Now is the time to- CLOUD Mrs. J. H. Wat- Mongoven, Kissimmee dentist. 6

son Dated and Madelyn at Kissimmee.Bronson. Osceola Methodist YouthTo not easy, as often you find yourself Order roses. son, Mrs. R. L. Cooper, Mrs.

County. Florida. September 26, Elect Officers working with tweezers. Mrs. Start your annual seed flats. Clifford Fertic and Mrs Louis Birth Announcement, .,:
1963. Fred Thrush and Mrs. Thomas Prepare your annual beds. ;uta
Berson attended a style show,
George W. Rocker nun JAMES L. HUTCHINSON
Mr. and Mrs. James F.
0De I monson The Methodist Youth Fellow Fashions in Your Future, pre- : Wy- Mctropobfoit fnivronc Cass..iESTATE

Oct. 3. 10.Madelyn 17. 24.Bronson 1963. ship will elect officers Sunday,. Meeting Held A t \ Winn-Dixie Stores sented by Central Florida Phar- song Ernest announce Byron, the 7 lbs.birth 13 of ounces a son, PLANNING AND BUMP4K-1.YRAMttr
following a covered dish supper macy Auxiliary at Sorosis Housein
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Berlinsky HomeThe Sales Increase October 2nd at Kissimmee Hos- 1
NAME STATUTE I at the church bungalow at 6 pital. Paternal grandparents are
undersigned, to the "Fie p.m.Miss of Mrs. J. S. Lipthrott served as Mr. and Mrs. Byron J. Wysong
pursuant Xi Phi
tltious Name Statute" Barbara Viehman will general chairman of the affair maternal I
Chapter the Beta Sigma Phi met Monday Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc., which ; and grandparents are RESIDENCE914: EMMETT STREET: KISCIMMEE. FLA.R .
86509. Florida Statute will regis direct the junior high program operates 610 supermarkets with Pat Flesher doing the .com- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Green, "
ter with the Clerk of the.Circuli evening at..the home of j -
dfiss'Martha'Sessioris -- -
Osceola County Florid the throughout the South recorded asales'inerease mentary on high style fashions. all of Kissimmee. ; -
:1o\ to-wltf"*** "members. ,Mrs.J3ob .Berlinsky with Mrs.
name a '*- senior. All are-urged -- -
Lyndell Homes under :which'"'to attend. r r- Nelda \Tarcai president, pre-: of 5.91 'percent for I', .", $II \io t'I' '_ ,;...... -;; ':' '
in the 12-week ended "
are engaged business at siding. period Sept- :) : ,
Office Box 762. Kissimmee. Flor .
ember 21 compared with the corresponding .
Ida.That Mrs. Alice Littlefield gave a
the parties Interested li period a year ago.
said business enterprise areas fol- Laymen In ChargeAt program on the "Written-Word"" Sales for this period totaled A kind of 'Pontiac.with
lows: R. O'Dell Bronson and Members who attended were new
Madelyn K. Bronson. $192,152,148 compared with $181-
CreekThe Mrs. Velma Mrs. An-
Shingle Reynolds,
Dated at Kissimmee Osceola 425,255 last year, an increase of
County. Florida. September 26,, nie Mae Quirk, Mrs. Frances $10,726,893.
1963. laymen of the Shingle Murphy, Mrs. Jean Lupfer, Mrs.
R. O'Dell Bronson Earnings after taxes duringthe
Madelyn K. Bronson Creek Methodist Church will be Maxine Makinson, Mrs. Virginia 12-week period just closed a new kind of Pontiac
Oct, 3. 10. 17, 24. 1963. in charge of the entire service Reynolds, Mrs. Jane Kelley, increased $163.247 or 4.28 percentover

Sunday at 10:20 a.m. Mrs. Daisy White Mrs. Ann the corresponding period a
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISEIN The choir, under the directionof Clark Mrs. Jean' Yates
THE GAZETTE Betty year ago. Total was $3,975,708 ..,- . "' - .. ,. ..;'. .-. - -
Curtis Heath, will consist of :Mrs. Helen Lombardy, and.Mrs. compared with $3,812,461 for
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Overstreet, Inez Whidden. 1962.

Jack Carroll, Mrs. Helen Lombardy Sales for the 4-week period
ARCADETHEATRE I W. R. .Houston, Albert ended September 21 totaled

I Babb, Kirby Hancock and H. Fellowship To $64,578,699, an increase of

Blake Johnston. $2,850,930 or 4.62 percent over
Mrs W R. Houston will pre- Meet SundayThe the $61,727,769 for the same per-

MATINEES SAT. SUN. 2:30 sent the fourth study of "Our iod last year.A .
I Mission Today" at the 6:30 p.m. Ethical Fellowship of Kis- regular monthly dividend of 1 fit
service. simmee will meet Sunday, Octo- $.09 per share for the months of
The Reverend W. P. Hanks ber 20, at 7:30 p.m. at the homeof October, November and December
I FRI. SAT., OCT. 18,19 attended the Florida Conference Mr. .and Mrs. Harry Eng- 1963 was declared by the
"LAST TRAIN Pastor's School at the Methodist lander 632 Catherine Street in Board of Directors of Winn-

FROM GUN HILL" Camp at Leesburg last week. Orange Gardens. Dixie Stores, Inc. The dividendsare
The ;speaker will be Dr. payable October 31, November

KIRK DOUGLAS I, George .E. Beauchamp and the 30 and December 27, 1963.4aqae41q.

ANTHONY) QUINN Presbyterians topic, "Putting Down Roots in .
plus"POLICE a Disrupted Age." All interested '__ '
Purchase Manse parties are welcome and invitedto -, :;
NU SE" .
: : .
The First United Presbyterian .
SUN.-MON., OCT. 20, 21 I !
I Church of Kissimmee recently ;
purchased a new manse locatedat DedicationContinued
716 S. Clyde Avenue. A KODAK CAMpRA e

JULIE HASR1S The Rev. and Mrs. Dorr L. ( From Page 1 i'j

Van Etten and daughter Faith presentation of honorary direc- A' I Jt p
and moved into the new home las tors at 9:35. r

RICHARD JOHNSONSOUTH week. National C. president W. McMillian Cattlemen's of the, American executivevice Associa- -j----jg ;

TRAIL Miss Faye WallaceIs tion will speak on "Status of the x;.....
U. S. Beef Industry" at 9:45.
DRIVE Recent BrideMiss This will be followed by a panelon
marketing. Gilbert Tucker of: /f;::.......

THEATREORLANDO Faye Facre Wallace and Cocoa will serve as moderator, ..
Mr.: James Albert Wilson were and other panel members will: 1 ... /

united in marriage in an impressive be John Stiles, chief of the Flora ;
double-ring ceremonyon ida State Marketing Bureau,
STARTING SUNDAY September 14 in Henderson,' Jacksonville; Clifford Rhodes J'/

OCTOBER 20 Ky. Miss Wallace, is the sister' livestock specialist, Florida _
of Mrs. Lynnwood Lupo and State Marketing Bureau, Jack- KODAK .

"SPENCER'S made her home here during sonville; Dr. T. J. Cunha headof .

MOUNTAIN" 1959.The the University of Florida'* I
bride and groom will be Department of Animal Science 700 r

6:3011:21 at home in Murray Ky., aftera Gainesville; Harry Witt, Unite Camera
"RIO BRAVO" wedding trip to Florida. Mr. States Department of Agricu
Wilson will continue his studiesat Luxury model.equipped
9:00 Only ture, Orlando; Marvin Kahn o
MONDAYTUESDAY I Murray State College.I Scoring- and Alto Adams Jr..- o. for every situation

OCTOBER 21.22 I THE COUNTY JUDGE'S .Ft Pierce. Finest of all Insfa/nof/c cameras)
COURT OSCEOLA. COUNTY. I (Convention program on pag.*. Gives you Instant, automatic
"SPENCER'SMOUNTAIN" I FLORIDA KO. 6S4S 3). .r loading with film in Kodcpak
DRUSILLA M. COOK. Deceased.! cartridges plus extra-fast lena FOREGROUND '54 TEMPEST CUSTOM: CONVERT" 8ACICi( 4' ,t TeMPtST 4.OOOR SEDAN

7:00 I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Grissom Officer and shutter speeds for hard-to-
"RIO BRAVO" HAKE FINAL DISCHARGE get pictures lens is 38mm f/2.t It's the '64 Wide-Track Pontiac Tempest with a new SIX
I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY State Board Of . shutter ranges to 1/250.
9:30 CONCERN; Also full elctrk-ey exposure
HEREBY GIVEN for and V-8 for
NOTICE IS Funeral DirectorsNew .. .. savers a swingers.
. built flash
Complete Show As Late I that Edward C. Grissom. Jr.. has I control automatic -
tiled his nnal report as Executor t flash exposure control.
As 8 p.m.WEDNESDAY. ,of the Estate of DrusUla flied M. Cook. officers of the State .; Tempest's: new in-line 6 develops 140 horsepower from 215 cubic inches, and it'll please
deceased; that he has petltion -
Board of Funeral Directors and
OCT. 23 I he will for final apply discharge to the ,HonorableO. and that Embalmers were elected as the CBffitn with b9M tab everybody; but the gas station man. And Tempest's optional-at-extra-cost 326-cubic

Family Coupon Night Osceola. P. Johnson...County. County Florida Judge on the of board opened a two-day meet- *109" 'inch-V-8 puts out up to 280 horsepower for swingers. Do your choosing soon okay f

"THE GLENN 4th day of November,_1963, for ings in Jacksonville this week. '
approval ol same and for final discharge They are J. O. Blackburn Sr. -SEE THE ONLY DEALER WHO SELLS THE WIDE-TRACK CARS YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER
MILLER STORY" as executor of the estate.
ot DrusUla M. Cook deceased. of Chipley, president; Powell
7:00-11:25 D: 30th. day of September. A.Edward Ott of Winter Haven, vice presi- HUNT BROS. ,

"THE RAINMAKER" /:/ C. Grissom Jr. dent; and Edward C. Grissom: '
Executor of the Estate of Jr. of Kissimmee, secretary- ROONEY PONTIAClnc.i
9:30 p.m.Complete Drusula *.*, Cook Deceased "THE OPEN '- i. .
'. Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. treasurer. Mrs. Robbie Weaverof t.,
ProgramIn Attorney sox for Executor Jacksonville was reappointed FRONT STORE"

.Color; Kissimmee: Florida executive secretary. They will -.. -.
Oct. 3. 10. 17, 34. 1963. take office November 1. C .

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-TV Iih.sk1\.1<< tiurKr. KlsiRtm rn t p \c (\7, uesj'J'll. your Club PresidentsFriendship Lay Sundays
-- - - - \ --

ThatawayVacationer :-.-<. :--"' Club Is Scheduled

From !;' t What the Name Implies October 20Laymen's

Holland ; Sontey wit be observed
To Visit on SoiMiay.. October 30 at

Mrs. F. M. Randall has re- tionalists (Presbyterians). the First Uritod Praytertan
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Heeren left!1 have returned to spend the win-. cently been installed as presidentof .-" : 'Qmnh: Ill XSraithamee.

Saturday for New York City to.ter from their summer home at \ I- the Friendship dub which is _--i"-,, Dr. Darrow Getty wM give the

meet Bill's sister and brother-in- Elwood, Kansas. just what the name implies message ctuteitoc IB the sailors
law Mr. and Mrs. F. G. BruynJ Rev. Henry Guy was in town! a place and time for women to i wide tfceme. *r nw y: "Your

The Bruyn's are arriving from last week calling on friends. He I --Ma get together, to meet newcomersin Neighbor M YouwtiT.
Holland on their first trip to the plans to participate in an evan- the town and have an afternoon -
States on the new ship S. S. gelistic crusade to Haiti Puerto of good fellowship with no Men of the Church will be par-

Rotterdam They will tour backto Rico and the Dominican Republic '1 ;i3 Y projects or money making tidpatti as tettowr The Responsive
Kissimmee through the Blue around Thanksgiving and in schemes involved. Readfnc by Dr. Stuart

Ridge Mountains visit with the January will leave for a six She and her family which in- Nelson the Scripture lawn by
Heerens and make some tours weeks tour of South America +. cludes a daughter Lynn who is John Sunders the prayer, by
of the country on their extended visiting the Methodist mission wry rat a student at Osceola High School .__ -to Forrest Hayes, the ottettory

visit. ]I fields in Rio, Brazilia. Buenos and a son Lee who works with prayer by Dale Bvttteman. The

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shanks Aires Chile and Peru. National Ca h Register Go. mov- : pastor wffl give the invocation.

have returned from Washington, Birthday congratulations this ff ed to Kissimmee in 1958 from r.: and benediction

Ind. to spend the winter at their week are being sent to Whiz Anderson North Adams Massachusetts.Her : 4::
home at 312 Poinciana Circle. Peter Chenoweth Rusty ? = hobby is sewing and she -, The service has been Oonanlttee arrangedby

Mrs. Graham Hartwell the for Thacker Donna Collins Ellis ff1:1 follows this in working with the t the Laymen's
,:" John Summers and
> .. composed of
mer Peggy Carroll visited her Davis T. K. Galloway Marion it ftfo. Needlework Guild.
parents Mr. and Mrs. John E. Beiter Al Hunt Elinor Scott U*"!*** The Randalls are Congrega- Mrs. F. M. Randall Erford Woods. Special music win
be by the Chancel
Carroll, and other relatives last j Eva Schmidt George McGowan, i&iStMA*
Choir under the direction of
..vs., i r
week. I Adella Barker, Diane Acree Intercession News
City Lester W. Geteier
Mr and Mrs. Harry Wilson I James Jordan Patricia Allen, -' .
Roslyn Goold, Jewell Lawson, PAST PRESIDENTS HONORED Past Presidents of the Elks Auxiliary were ';- --- --

i Jessie Hatton, Guy Allen, Sandra honored at a covered dish supper Wednesday October 9, at the Elks Club. Pictured Winter Visitors Back \

LEGAL NOTICES Lee Padgett Roscoe Roberson, above are front row left to right Mrs. Harvey Breedlove Mrs. Phillip Kel- PIZZAFREEZETTE

IN THE COURT OF THE COUN I Leslie Yates Annie O. Pledger, ley, Mrs. John Davis; back row, left to right Mrs. Paul Smith Mrs. Bodo Kirch- After Summer Vacations
TY JUDGE OSCEOLA COl'N- Faye Sessions, Mary Lupfer
TY NOTICE, FLORIDA.OF INTENTION TO I( Bruce Ramsey, Tanya Perry,I hoff, Mrs. Nela Jensen and current president Mrs. Frank Broyles.

MAKE APPLICATION FOR ( Brad Padgett, Charlie Few, Se- Herbert Woerner of Taccoa: Mrs Sylvia Patterson, who DRIVE-IN
FINAL DISCHARGE Belle Smith, Mary Ann Lee Falls Georgia, candidated on works in the office of Dr.I
L. S. HARRIS.; ) Helen Stephens Von Johnson. Garden Club News William D. Marvin Sunday in the Christian and Biernes at Mission Village

PROBE 1 Best wishes to each of you. Missionary Alliance Church. Summerfield was calling on

TO ALL IN WHOM IT MAY CON Congratulations to Duncan and Pests Under Control Visits SardiniaMarine His wife and two young sons friends in town last weekend.
CERN. Susanne McFarland who are celebrating Keep accompanied him. Followingthe Several friends attended the
THAT I have filed my final reportas their 17th wedding anni- Private First Class Wil- evening service they droveto funeral service of the Rev.

Executrix of the Estate of L. versary today. With The Proper PoisonsEach liam D. Marvin, Jr., son of Mr. Tampa to visit a brotherof John W. Ivey of Kissimmee.
S HARRIS deceased that I have
; Mr. and Mrs. John E. Carroll
of held the
filed petition for final discharge. and Mrs. William D. Marvin Mr. Woerner's.A The service was at
and hato I will apply to the Hon. have returned home after spending 1807 Orange Blvd., Kissimmee, sister of Mrs. John Hed- Kissimmee Free<<, Methodist
bl P Johnson, County six days at the American shrub and plant seemsto Stover were hostesses for the
member of Marine Battalion
a is in the Church.Mr. .
visiting Hedges'shome.
Judge of Osceola County. Florida. ges
on the first day of November, 1963 Bankers Association's 89th An-, have worms of its own. Spe- meeting. Landing Team 1-6 with the and Mrs Fred Grant
for approval of same and for final nual Convention in Washington, cial watchfulness is needed now At the Hibiscus Circle meetinga Sixth Fleet in Mediterranean, Mabel
Mrs. is and granddaughter ,
discharge as Executrix of the Estate Greydon Meyers I
Round Table Discussion
to keep them under controL If was
D. C. '
of L. S. HARRIS, deceased left Aranci Bay, Sardinia Sept. home from the hospital. were in town during the past
This first day of October. AD. Friends of Floyd Shook, in doubt about proper poison for lead by Mrs. Stetson Tarver on 16 after completing training.The week.
1963. 'yMs who was a student at the Intercession specific pests, your nurserymanand Birds and Conservation. Mem-
landing team is aboard
/ /. Miymle J. Harris. New Directors Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lock
City Bible School, county agent stand ready to bers contributed to the discus-
Executrix of the Estate oi of Amphibious Squadron .
Munson) are happy fc ..
nee Betty h. fo. disc re.d.Sss.rteit
L. S. Harris deceased. will be interested to hear that help you.Inspect. sion with items read, from vari- 12 and will proceed to the island Named ChamberResults r .ff'
HACKER AND TRACKER over the arrival of a baby *.M t* Central Florida. : Deligk/
Box 527 Kissimmee, Fla. he is now serving as pastorin especially your Jacaranda ous sources.A of Malta. During a four-day yourfntttjr . kontr tr gttiti

Attorneys Oft 3. 10.for 17 Executrix 24. 1963. a Bradford Penn., Free Cassia Poinsettia, Hibiscus bird word scramble game stay at Malta the Marines will of the election of new girl.Among those who have re ". . by tri fi*$ .them k *W. trail
Methodist Church. The and Angel Trumpet.The prepared by Mrs. W. C. Seck- have the opportunity to tour the members of the Kissimmee turned during the past week, ..Ire .It. NiiLL -.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Shook's have two daughters. Rose and Hibiscus Circles man was enjoyed with Mrs.
NAME STATUTE island, and to see competitive Chamber of Commerce Board of to spend the winter are the W'We' a-t'!: a ru.eMIl' .-erw '
..... ...
marriage of Elizabeth met last At the Rose Geo. Mansfield the () e.
The Thursday. winning
Notice Is hereby given that the rifle and pistol matches between Directors were announced this Rev. and Mrs. Harry Freder ..
undersigned pursuant to the "Fic of Lakeland and Edward Circle members miniature prize.
Haynes brought fellow Marines and the British week by Fred McDaniels, man-
titious Name Statute" Chapter icks Mr. and Mrs.
Condon of Tampa was arrangements to the meet- The met with Mrs. Rob- Marines. .
865.09. Florida Statute will register group Royal ager. Gifford Mr. and Mrs. Henry j
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court performed October 14 at thee ing. Mrs. Fred Button then gave ert Ford. A variety of home Newly elected members are: M a,.......W .,
of fictitious Osceola name County to-wit, Florida: home of Mr. and Mrs. W T. pointers on prc, .*ure and rules made cookies and fancy sand- Paul Guynn, Osceola Cement nolds.Huebscher and Joseph Rey .:........... ......

B And R. Investors. Inc under Seabree by the Rev. Jamcs for miniatures. Mie same rules wiches were served from a pret- Products Earl Harris First -
which we are engaged In business H. Wallis. Mrs. Condon Is a hold true for small table Fashion Show Is ;
at Post Office Box 762. Kissimmee.. arrange- ty graced by an arrange- Federal Savings and Loan As-
Florida. sister of Mrs. Seabree. ments that apply to any, as to ment of Hibiscus. Mrs. Tarver sociation Jerry Ivey Osceola
Of Interest HereST. ; ,
That the parties Interested IE line color, etc. Mrs. Burton assisted as co-hostess. orFNSe: Ceiasslsv 1.baos
said business enterprise are as fol Fruit Distributors; Dr. Jim
R* *0*/.C. .'7-3''
lows George Odell Bron pointed out that miniatures Now is the time to-
Rocker are Mongoven, Kissimmee dentist. :
son and Madelyn Branson. Methodist Youth CLOUD Mrs. J. H. Watson 0 .
not often find Order
easy as you yourself roses.
Dated at Kissimmee. Osceola Mrs. R. L. Cooper, Mrs.
County 1963. Florida, September 26, To Elect Officers working with tweezers. Mrs. Start your annual seed flats. Clifford Fertic and Mrs Louis Birth AnnouncementMr. .,
Fred Thrush and Mrs. Thomas Prepare annual beds.
your Berson attended show S.1IU
George W. Rocker a style ,
and Mrs. James F. nun JAMES t. HUTCHINSON
O'Dell Madelyn Bronson Bronson The Methodist Youth Fellow- Fashions in Your Future, presented Wy- 1tf.', PQlllIIII"'--ne.c.,.,...,
ship will elect officers Meeting Held At Winn-Dixie Stores by Central Florida Phar- song announce the birth of a son,
Oct. 3 10. 17. 24. 1963. Sunday ESTATE PIANN. AHO BIisM+p """'*UP .-.c
Ernest 7 13
Auxiliary at Sorosis Housein *
following a covered dish supperat macy
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Berlinsky HomeThe Sales Increase Orlando. October 2nd at Kissimmee Hos
NAME STATUTE the church bungalow at 6
Notice is hereby given that the pital. Paternal grandparents are
undersigned, pursuant to the "Fic. p.m.Miss Xi Alph Phi Chapter of Mrs. J. S. Lipthrott served as; Mr. and Mrs. Byron J. Wysongand
Barbara Viehman will OFFICE 203 NORTH MA.NO&.IA AVKMUC. OWI-AMOO. FCA.
tltlous Name Statute" Chapter Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc., which general chairman of the affair;; maternal grandparents are
the Beta Sigma Phi met Monday RCSIDCNCC914 EMMETT smcer. KIHMB FLA.
86503. Florida Statute will
register direct the
junior high program 610 supermarkets with Pat Flesher doing the ,commentary , Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Green
with the Clerk of the.,Circuit operates .
MarthaSessions evening at ''the home of - ..... '-
Court of Osceola County. Florida: : Miss the throughout the South recorded a on high style fashions. all of Kissimmee. ..
the fictitious name to-with ife.? 'senior. fAll"membersare*urged "Mrs....Bob ,,Berlins y with Mrs. .
Lyndell Homes under which,"". ' "' s 1 increase of 5.91 percent for ,: ... "' .
are engaged in business at Posl t ib attend. r r-- Nelda Tarsal, president, pre- the 12-week peri d'ended Sept- : M ts : { 4' rTM" t t .
Office Box 762 Kissimmee. Flor siding. .
ember 21 compared with the cor-
Ida.That Mrs. Alice Littlefield gave a

said business the parties enterprise Interested are as fol IE, Laymen In ChargeAt program on the "Written.Word". responding Sales for period this a period year ago.totaled Pontiac witha
lows. R. O'Dell Bronson and Members who attended were A new kind of
Madelyn K. Bronson. Creek Annie $192,152,148 compared with $181-
Mrs. Velma Mrs.
Shingle Reynolds
Dated at Kissimmee. Osceola 425,255 last year, an increase of
County Florida, September 26 Mae Quirk, Mrs. Frances
1963. The laymen of the Shingle Mrs. Jean Mrs. $10,726,893.
Murphy Lupfer
R. O'Dell Bronson
Earnings after taxes
Madelyn K. Bronson Creek Methodist Church will be Maxine Makinson, Mrs. Virginia duringthe kind of Pontiac
Oct, 3, 10 17 24, 1963. in charge of the entire service Reynolds Mrs. Jane Kelley, increased 12-week$163.247 period or 4.28 just percentover closed new power

Sunday at 10:20 a.m. Mrs. Daisy White, Mrs. Ann
corresponding period a
The choir under the directionof
Mrs. Betty Jean Yates Total
year ago. was $3,975,708
THE GAZETTE Curtis Heath, will consist of Mrs. Helen Lombardy, and.Mrs. compared with $3,812,461 for
I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Overstreet Inez Whidden. 1962.

ARCADETHEATRE Jack Carroll. Mrs. Helen Lom- Sales for .the 4-week period
bardy, W. R. Houston Albert ended September 21 totaled I

Babb, Kirby Hancock and H. Fellowship To $64,578.699, an I increase ofj I

Blake Johnston. $2,850,930 or 4.62 percent over}
Mrs. W. R. Houston will Meet SundayThe
pre- the $61,727,769 for the same period -t
sent the fourth study of "Our last I
EVENING PERFORMANCES 7 P.M. Mission Today" at the '6:30: p.m. Ethical Fellowship of Kis- A regular monthly dividend of I

service. simmee will meet Sunday, October $.09 per share for the months of

The Reverend W. P. Hanks 20, at 7:30 p.m. at the homeof October, November and Decem-| ..
FRI. SAT., OCT. 18, 19 attended the Florida Conference I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eng- ber, 1963 was declared by the .

"LAST TRAIN Pastor's School at the Methodist lander 632 Catherine Street in Board of Directors of Winn-

FROM GUN HILL" Camp at Leesburg last week. Orange Gardens. Dixie Stores, Inc. The dividendsare
The speaker will be Dr. payable October 31. Novem
George. Beauchamp and the ber 30 and December 27, 1963.

ANTHONY QUINN Presbyterians topic, "Putting Down Roots in
plus II a Disrupted Age." All interested .

"POLICE NURSE" Purchase Manse parties are welcome and invitedto .

.. attend. .
SUN.-MON., OCT. 20, 21 I The First United Presbyterian Leu4eDa9 '
I Church of Kissimmee recently .
purchased a new manse locatedat DedicationContinued
Stoning 716 S. Clyde Avenue. A KODAK CAMERA

JUUE HARRIS I The Rev. and Mrs Dorr L. ( From Page 1 I

and Van Etten and daughter Faithmoved presentation of honorary direc- ;dwf 1
into the new home las tors at 9:35.

RICHARD JOHNSONSOUTH I I week. C W. McMilUan executivevice _'dD_ I

president of the American I _....:.r.r .
National Cattlemen's Association -

TRAIL Miss Faye WallaceIs will speak on "Status of the
U. S. Beef Industry" at 9:45. p

DRIVE -1 Recent Bride This will be followed by a panel ./f:.k' .
IN .'....: ":;...>,""' :,.
on marketing. Gilbert Tucker of .
THEATREORLANDO Miss Faye Facre Wallace and Cocoa will serve as moderator, ,

Mr. James Albert Wilson were and other panel members will;:

FLORIDA united in marriage in an impressive be John Stiles chief of the Flory

double-ring ceremonyon ida State Marketing Bureau

STARTING SUNDAY September 14 in Henderson Jacksonville; Clifford Rhodes, t:: .
OCTOBER 20 Ky. Miss Wallace is the sister livestock specialist FloridaState .

of Mrs. Lynnwood Lupo and Marketing Bureau, Jack- KODAK .

"SPENCER'S made her home here during sonville; Dr. T. J. Cunha, head Aw -

MOUNTAIN" 1959.The of the University of Florida Ito4nattc
bride and groom will be Department of Animal Science 700

6:30.11:21 at home in Murray, Ky., aftera Gainesville; Harry Witt Unite Camera -
"RIO BRAVO" wedding trip to Florida. Mr States Department of Agricuture

9:000nlv Wilson will continue his studiesat Orlando; Marvin Kahn o Luxury model.equipped

MONDAY.TUESDAYOCTOBER Murray State College. Sebring and Alto Adams Jr.. o. for every situation!

21.22 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Ft. Pierce. Finest of /nsfomof/c cameras!
I. COURT OSCEOLA. COUNTY. (Convention program on Pagv Gives you instant automatic
"SPENCER'SMOUNTAIN" FLORIDA NO. fifiiS. 3). p loading with film in Kodapok
RU ESTATE Deceased. cartridges, plus extra-fast lent F08EC8OUNO '64 TENPES'. UCTGM CONVtS*,El .-'. = .: t. yPt S 1 OOCW Sf DAN
7:00 I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Grissom Officer and shutter speeds for hard-to-
FINAL DISCHARGE get pictures lens is 38mm f/2.8 It's the '64 Wide-Track Pontiac with
TO ALL, WHOM IT MAY State Board Of . shutter ranges to 1/250. Tempest a new

9:30 CONCERN NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN Also, full electrk-ey exposure for and
V-8 for
Complete Show As Late that Edward C Grissom. Jr., has Funeral DirectorsNew control . built-in flash\ . au- savers a swingers.Tempest's f .
tiled his nnal report as Executor tomatic flash control.
As 8P.m.WEDNESDAY .. ot the Estate of DrusUla M. Cook. officers of the State exposure
i deceased; that he has filed petition Board of Funeral Directors and '? new in-line 6 develops 140 horsepower from 215 cubic inches, and it'll please
OCT. 23 lor final discharge, and that Camera with foft-h. Hash
be will apply to the HonorableO. Embalmers were elected as the everybody but the gas station man. And Tempest's optionalatxtraco 326cubicinch

Family Coupon Night Osceola. P. Johnson.County. County Florida.Judge on the ot board opened a two-day meet- $1O90 *, V-8 puts out up to 280 horsepower for swingers. Da your choosing soon okay?

"THE GLENN 4th day of November_1963. for ings in Jacksonville this week.

MILLER STORV approval as of executor same and of for the final estate discharge They are J. O. Blackburn Sr. : SEE THE ONLY DEALER WHO SELLS THE WIDE-TRACK CARS.-YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC [ALERPONTIAClnc.

of DrusllJa **. Cook deceased of Chipley, president; Powell
7:0011:25"THE D 1963.30th day Of September A. Ott of Winter Haven vice president HUNT BROS.

RAINMAKER" Il/FAwud C. Grissom, Jr. ; and Edward C. Grissom;,
9:30 Executor of the Estate of Jr. of Kissimmee secretary- ROONEY :
p.m. MurrayDrusuta **. Cook. deceased.: .
Jr. treasurer. Mrs. Robbie Weaverof "THE OPEN ,. ,
Complete Program A ttorney for Executor Jacksonville was reappointed FRONT STORE" ,,',

Ia Ca4ori.rt Kissimmee, Florida executive secretary. They will > -:., .'" - ":".,:' ... -,
Oct. 3. K), 17, 2'. 1963. take office November 1. ,


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(The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, ila., Tfeor, Od. 17, 1965 sMAKINSON
Noble Grands To

Lowboys 'Keyed'For = Elect OfficersThe

Ft. MeadeIt w. Past Noble Grands 'dub
will celebrate their 31st birthday
rt -
Wednesday, October 24th, at 8
will be a keyed-up team of Formation against the Kowboys. p.m. at the home of the founder,
rossimmee Kowboys that face that the Miners was a running is S. Mrs. Jennie Phillips, with Mrs. HARDWARE
Coach Bill Humphrey's Ft. team that would try to turn the Eula Rollif as cohostess.The .

,Meade Miners in the homecoming corners on the home town squad. nominating committee will
under the at Os- 'But we are in good spirits
game lights make their report, election of of-
ceola High School Athletic Field and are ready for the, homecoming ficers and installation will fol- YOUR SIEGLERHeater
,Friday night at 8 o'clock. game provided we don't run v
Fresh from triumphs ove Into something in practice"I low.Mrs.
Margaret McGonigal, conductor -
Yearwood concluded.The .
larger teams. weight-wise, the
of the Rebakah Assemblyof
Kowboys will be ready to takeon probable starting line-up .4, )_ 5-.
Florida will be honored by Headquarters
another squad that outweighs for Ft. Meade will be as follows: w the club.
them. The Miners have a 1.2.1 Charles Mosley, 165, F. B.;
Clifton Jenkins. '165, H. B. John Gifts will be exchanged and It i
season record and a conference ; { ? 44M Offers DollarAllowance
tally of 11LAlthough Knight. 185; W. B.; Dale Dur- Is hoped that all past Noble Top
the Kowboys took rance. 160, Q. B.; Robert Williams Grands will attend.

Leesburg ''and Okeechobee the 175, L. E.; Ragle Barnett, for Your
team realizes that the Minersare 165. L. T.; Zebbie GflHspie. 180, Mrs. Helen Heitz
no patsys. Coach Jack Year- L. G.: Jack Codcran. 180 C.:
wood says it is a "pretty balanced -Wayne Blackburn, 155 R. G.; To Visit Lodge
club with a real good running Robert Coulter. 200. R. T.. and Old Heater TowardA
Richard Hendrick 155. R. E.
backfield. Mrs. Helen Heitz, District Deputy
"We ,are in good shape. Coach Yearwood win probably s President of District No. 10
1964 !
*' start the following offensive line- Siegler '
though, Coach Yearwood continued will hold the district meeting
"perhaps a little bette up: ,# with Kissimmee Rebekah Lodge
than last week" I Chuck Whalen and Gary Still
OPEN HOUSE-Shown the table afternoon at the new Art No. 42 on Monday, October 21st
He smiled contentedly when It ends; Jim Barber and Lou Tar- at serving Wednesday at Woman's dub buDding on W.
'was pointed out that his Kow cai. tackles; Steve Parker and and Cultural Center building are left to right: Mrs. Margaret Bast, corresponding Oak Street at 8 p.m. .;'t'IIIf ***-" "*"*'. '-"'\:
boys have a season average of Bill HanMns. guards; Eugene secretary of the Art and Cultural Guild; Dr. George Beauchamp, president; and All members and '
66-percent completion on passes. Speirs, center; Ed HarreH, quarterback Guild. visiting Re- .. ... --Hm
Theatre .
"But we haven't thrownmuch I ; Earl Johns halfback; Mrs. Elizabeth Davis, vice-president of the Footlight bekahs are urged to attend. . ."' ., .
." he smiled. "Eddie Har Bob' Magnaghl, wingback, and S --
rell's a good passer but we have, either Steve Yowell or Jim Crum. I f V : '
been able to run inside and passing , fullback. Direction Acting Tops In Spirit'By .
wasn't necessary. Steve. Yearwood said coming on In : .
-- ..
Yowell has done a good job because defense win be John Hand,
our line has come around."'tackle; Richard Bryant guard; HAGETT MANNING j such an high level that she was Fortunately, such was not the ed by J. D. Benton to one actoror I :f
Coach Yearwood again talking.Aaron Baxter end and Gary Part one of a not so small mir-I able to inspire her cast to give case on opening night. Three actress in each of the Footlight I
around Ft. Meade's advantage,.Dymmek and Charles White, acle took place at exactly 8:15: the play that unidentifiable extra such roles handled with skill Theatre Guild's major pro [;:.
said the team would run a wing- linebackers. on October 10, in Osceola Coun something which creates theatrical and believability, were renderedby ductions. The choice of this : ;-
ty. It was at this moment that magic.Ed Nelda Tarcai, Van Held and award-winning player Is that of
Dr. George Beauchamp, Presi- Pbay, as "Charles Con- Bill Rector. the audience alone. The audi-
dent of the Art & Culture Center, domine," gave a three demen- Mrs. Tarcai as the naive, colt- ence asks itself this one ques-, .
welcomed the "Blithe Spirit" tional performance of great au- ish, "Edith" used every trickin tion who, of the complete I :
HUNT BROS. audience to the Center's new thority. The focal character of the book and brought them all cast, has given the most out- ..' y -
show-case for the arts, and presented -the play Mr. Phay handled his off with success especially in standing sustained performance ;. .,
to Footlight Theatre Guild personality shadings with a skill the final "poltergist" scene. Van throughout the play. \ :, ..".
Vice-President, Elizabeth Davis, seldom seen on the nonprofessional Held, the feather-brained, faux- At the end of the threenightrun ,: :::
the Guild's "keys" to the new stage. His final scene, pas-ing, "Mrs. Bradman," cem- of the play, the votes were
HALLOWEENHEADQUARTERS theatre. in which he bids adieu to his ented her character at the first tabulated and the result made I ;'
Now for part two of the mir- disembodied 'wives while dodg- entrance and maintained it known at the cast's party which ..
acle. Just twelve days prior to ing pillows vases, bowl and ex- thoughout the play. Neve over- was held at the Art & Culture
opening night there were no orcistic greenery was, in truth, played, "Mrs. Bradman" was Center after the final curtain. -,
permanent lights, no seats, no out of this world. A sound actor, just what Dr. Coward ordered.As Eloise Gross, one of the found-
drapes, no decorations and, most with an understanding of come- "Dr. Bradman" Bill Rector ers of the Footlight Theatre I IIOiiei.ookfeeie
important of all, no stage. The dy, he would be welcome on any played this exacting role with Guild, and wife of the Guild's
room was filled with boxes, stage.As just the right amount of smiling first president, Larry Gross, has
SPECIALS crates, paint-buckets, ladders, "Ruth", the second wife, cynicism. Mr. Rector will be in long been dedicated to the promotional
and volunteer workmen. It was Eloise Gross, was the actors' demand by all Guild directors, of live theatre.
MASKS COSTUMES from this chaos that Jerry Phay, actress. Thoroughly honest in for he is that theatrical rarity, While majoring In drama at
the play's director, and her cast her' portrayal of 'Ruth," Mrs. an accomplished actor who can the University of Tennessee, she
brought forth part two of opera- Gross dared to bring out the un- play both juveniles and older was connected with its Carousal
NAPKINS MAKE UP tion-miracle. sympathetic traits of the role for characters with equal aplomb.We Theatre and University Play-
"Blithe Spirit," is probablyNoel ;the good of the play. Nor, at must highlight the effortsof house. Also, before coming to
TRICKS OR TREAT NOVELTIES Coward's most carefully I the same time, did she negelect one miracle worker and Kissimmee with her educator
wrought light comedy and it is the charm of the character in that is Louis French. Suffice it husband, she held membershipsin
CANDIES HALLMARK this very lightness which makesit I the earlier scenes. Here was a to say that there would have the Richmond Arts Guild and
a most difficult play to stage real person, a wife using any been no lighting-effects no scen- the Kingsport Theatre Guild.
and direct. But under the direc- I means to save her husband and ery, no stage, even no theatre, As a local Guild member, Mrs. jIIshow you
PARTY HATS CARDS tion of Mrs. Phay, the cast did herself. Added together, this without the dedicated work of Gross directed "The Flattering why

itself proud indeed. In fact, spells acting of the highest de this fine stage-craftsman. Kudos Word;" costumed "The Twelve :- '. :"
Jerry Phay's treatment was off also are due to; Frances Mu- Pound Look," created the-makeup ,,;/
gree.Wife number one, the ghostly ench for her imaginative and for "The Flattering Word," w y, -
'Elvira" was played by Sue charming set; Jean Wallis and "My Three Angels," "Papa Is ,
Frances Nyberg. Here was a Gill Brooks, properties and their All," "Be Your Age and "Angel "
role that forced the actress togo many changes; Fred Brisbin for Street. She won the Partin
from impishness to pathetic his professional know-how in the Award in the title-role of "Laura"and a -
appeal. Mrs. Nyberg accomplished installation of the lighting sys- Best Leading Actress of ,
,ibis jdifficult feat with charm tem; Elizabeth Davis. costuming the Year" for the same role. *<,
and sound stage-presence and, costume changes; She was Chairman of the first ...
USE YOUR HEAD ) Anyone who dares to follow Frances Snyder for the difficult Adult Summer Workshop and
Margaret Rutherford's great tri- makeup; Theda French prompt- has served the Guild as: One- tR ,
umph in the role of "Madame ing with a smile; Sound, Barry Act-Play Chairman, Playreading i al
Arcati," must have holes in her Mount, and Mr. Mount and his Chairman, Corresponding Secre-
head There were no holes visible crew of Harlequinaders. Caro- tary, and Planning Board mem- i
1 ABOUT YOUR BACK in the charming head of lyne Phay, Bill Brooks and ber.
Mary Wooten. Mrs. Wooten, not Tommy Messer, for Special Ef
satisfied to be a carbon copy of fects.
the Rutherford "Arcati," accom- In closing: Out-Front; Super- WCTU Sets M lOn
plished a tour de force by creating vision, Art Held; Tickets, Cath- 4
1 kI a character which was the erine Beauchamp; Ushers, Har- October17'The
antithesis of the Rutherfordmold. lequinaders, Debbie Scalli, Eileen -
Her phonetics were amaz- Dimitri, and Carole Phay. Woman's Christian Tem-
ing. Ranging from a tone that The time expended in creatingand perance Union will hold its Oct-
sounded like a mournful foghornto polishing the role of "Ruth"in ober meeting Thursday, October
one with the shreak of an hysterical Noel Coward's "Blithe Spirit", 17, at 7:30 p.m. at the Free
q hyena she hit all the is almost immeasurable. Six Methodist Church. All membersare
stops between. Just as astound- weeks of formal rehearsals tinder urged to be present and the

ing were her dynamics of move- the most trying conditions, public is cordially invited.SHRIMP .. -..
ment we'll take our oath that plus uncountable hours of home
there were times when both of study were spent by Eloise '
her feet must have been three Gross before she became "Ruth." D 0J1jluthu1
feet! from the floor. Her performance in "Blithe In A Basket
Supporting roles are often accepted Spirit," won her the Benton
"-'. -. by the audience and the Award. FREEZETTEDRIVEIN
: reviewers with little attention to The Benton Jewelry Award
'. ;: : e L e @1i
: their importance to the play. which is a silver cup, is present-

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THEKISSIMMEE >i i ;:: ;h:: : . Eva Dies May On TuesdayEva Grouse


E : May Ctottatt &. of Lock-

A .....s H. Perry New.Oraptr hart and former KisdilBnwi-iufc
idem, passed away in a St.

Offices: 24-26 Stewart Are. Cloud nursing home early Tuesday
y after a lengthy illness.
l Telephone 847-2881.* N J9s She was a native of Butler

:: Indiana andwas a-member of

Entered as Second CUss Mall MatterIn the Baptist Church, Lockhart
the Post Office at Klsalmmee. Fla. .r,

Survivors include three sons

Published Thursdays at Kissimmee Florida a Edwin Crouse, Orlando; Paul

tt y. K R A Crouse Aujtin. Texas and Ar-

LEO SCHUMAKEREditor thur Clbi>bse. mart; one

and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION _ daughter, MIL Orvta Wfeemaa,
Lock&art. ; one ....., Mrs. Dessa -

RATESSix B. Ai ett. OnhimrnM. Ohio

months, $2.50; one year, $4.00; two years, $7.00) six grandchildren and afac great:
V1ti randchiktreo.+ .
4 The Klaslmmee Gaierfr, KlssIn m-e, Fla., Thnrs., Oct. 17, 19C3
Funeral service* will be held

About United AppealThe :::: 2' I ; I L the at 10:30 Grissom a.m.Chapel Thursday, with from the

Revs. Robert L. Murphy and

I Josh Long, officiating. Casket-

bearers Messrs. Don Stinebaugh,

current United Appeal is a forward step for Ray Wilsey, Bob Taylor, Qyde
Newton Olin Porter and Gerald
our community in a number of ways and Horace
::oxton. Interment to follow
Phipps and the Kissimmee Chamber of Commerceare .
'J- ',-., !; Woodlawn Memorial Park Cemetery -

to be commended for bringing it about. It was expected __ _ ___. :..."'" _ ._ ___ ..,, __v -..,-. -_- .,- -- - __- -- - - - - ". ,_ - __.. - - -- I Orlando: Griseom FUneral
Home k fa charge of auanff-
that the downtown thermometers would go KISSIMMEE KOWBELLES-Precision performance will be the order of Paulk Brenda Pipkin Susan Schields Sandra Warden Donna Elkins ments.

past the $8000 mark on Tuesday of this week. Mr. the day when the Kissimmee Kowbelles perform at the first home gameof Lynn Rivers. Back row, Charleen Taylor, Judy Robertson Sharon White

Phipps is confident that we can go "over the top" be- the football season. Under the sponsorship of Miss Marilyn Harwoodand Gail English Karen Miller Brenda Odell Mary Joe Schreckengast Karen

for the campaign comes to a close in midNovember.Other Miss Johnnie NickelL the girls are, left to right, front row. Joyce Banter Bartram Margaret Farmer Clara Wofford, Sandi Adkins Brenda Locke Amy Dell Swallows

communities have successfully combined a Beck Wyant, Sue Clements, Mary Johnson Joanne Statilonis Jessie Connie Dumas Linda Cox Garnett Moore Jean Williams Laura Cane, Succumbed TuesdayAmy

multiplicity of drives and campaigns into a United Campbell Dianne Belcher, Sandra Adams, Aileen Chapman, Evelyn Teel, Becky Gritters Sharon Samuel,Sharon Reed Kathy Anthony and Mary Lee

Appeal and the advantages are obvious- Robyn Story, Roberta Pollom Kathy Sabetto, Betty Kay Smith Wanda Black. Deli Swallows 9ft, of 2504

The energy expended in staffing and managing a OM Dixie Highway. Khdmmee.nmed ,

number of community drives is concentrated in one Elementary School NewsHalloween CC ChairmanAre away in an Orlando hospital '
Bulldogs DroppedFor Tuesday morning attar several
single campaign-avoiding needless exhaustion of the NamedST. months fllneM.

limited leadership available for that purpose.
A native of Cumberland County.
e Payroll deduction may be a slight burden on the Slated 4th Straight -
CLOUD Bill Journigan, Tcaacaaee[ she had beta a
merchants end employers concerned but the relief
president, Chamber of Com- resident of Osceola County for

from constantly recurring solicitations more than merce, has appointed committee completed four out of six the past 38 years, living In St.
ST. passes
CLOUD-Clermont hand-
For October 26By Ooud lor a number of before
chairmen to serve the current years
makes up the difference. ed St. Cloud its fourth consecu- attempts with two completions moving to Kiarimmee 12

A United Appeal board of directors will have the term: tive defeat 26-13 last week. Although leading to 33 yard and 27 yard
resources and the time to weigh the worth of each PEGGY BRADBURY Scholl Steven Nikazy Rebecca Alex MacDiarmid, finance outplayed and outmaneuvered touchdowns. Other scoring was
committee; Frank Poffenbaugh 'on a 52 yard run and a long
several breaks
appeal, thereby giving appropriate emphasis to the Principal Louis Feuerstein announced Howard, Dosia Smith, Jo Marie roads; William Dawson, recrea- prevented, positions bad being re- march down field which culmi- A member of the First Baptist
cards for Lee and Col- Chi aba attonfed the
Kenneth ,
that report
really worthy community services. Taylor tion; Willet Miller, welcoming; versed with the Bulldogs on nated in a short plunge over the
grades four, five and six will leen Phillips, Teresa Rhines is top Baptist Chafd. Kterimmee HIah-
J. J. Griffin
Jr., legislature; Bill goal line.
of the
e Since United Appeal gets its principal strengthfrom 22. this scoring. lands.
October in room.
go home Tuesday, a new student Hammond, advertising and pub- With the Clermont game in
the business community through payroll deduc- Levels one through nine are on, During the study of Instruments licity; Don Lettow. audit: and One touchdown was recalledby the record book Coach Burke
nine weeks grading period in the fourth, fifth, and virtue of a penalty and on Survivors Include her husband
tion plans, we "cover the ground" with far less man- a Ted Collins, development.The Chisholm's boys can look for-
while these other grades are on sixth grades several students two occasions St. Cloud had possession Virgil SWallows: one son. Oliver
ward to better results for the
power. House to house canvasses are contemplatedonly a six weeks grading schedule.The demonstrated instruments re-: entire board of directors of the ball inside ofClermont.s Charles Swallows with the armed -
balance of the The Bull-
in retirement to reach individ- Halloween music will serve as membership and season. forces overseas; four brothers -
community areas PTA sponsored ported Miss Elain Knight, 5 yard zone and was dogs have taken a drubbing
attendance committee. Board
uals not normally reached by payroll methods. Carnival will be held Saturday, teacher: Gary Fort in Miss, members are Bill Journigan, J. unable to push it over the goal .from the Mid-Lakes Conference LaVerne Burgess and Boyd
Livestock Burgess, both Cincinnati Ohio;
October 26 at the Melissa Hill's fourth grade line.
e Finally, people seem to be more liberal when Judging from his Mrs. Alice: Ray Smith, Alex McDiarmid, leaders and now are scheduledto Dan Burgess, Croaaville, Tennes-
Pavillion. pre- brought guitar.
Ted Collins, Dave Burchfield, Johnny Crowe, Butch Wright meet teams in the bottom
they are convinced their is being in had ; set and Clifford Burgess, Kissim
money managed a planning activities, this is goingto Grissom's sixth grade a Don Lettow, and Louis Berson. and Tim Williams were conspic- half of the conference standing.
businesslike way. The yardstick of one hour's pay per be the biggest and best carnival regular talent show. From her ious in the St. Cloud lineup for Lake Weir may be troublesomebut mee; tour sitters, Mrs. Wade
Elementary the The board voted to supply Tucker Orlando Mrs. Wed Has-
ever held. Kissimmee class, David Suldo played ;
month seems reasonable and acceptable. to most peo- their outstanding play. Leading the Bulldogs should makea
and Highlands Elemen- accordian; Danny Scholl, ac- funds for materials to enlarge ler, Mrs. Virgil Stone and Mrs
ground gainers were Crowe and good showing against the oth-
for the Christmas card program Bill Rogers, all of Crossville:
ple.Ten tary PTA's are combining cordian; Danny Bass, Randy Wright. Williams blocked a punt
local activities are covered by the 1963 United this gala event. Ingersoll, Margaret Bast, Suzanne sponsored by Woman's Club Fine in the fourth quarter, recoveredthe ers.Umatilla is hosted tomorrow also twoFuneral grandchildren.

Appeal in Osceola County. They include Christmas Last week was Fire Prevention Fletcher, clarinet; DannjBass '. Arts Christmas The giant size ball and raced 45 yards for night (Friday) by St. Cloud.
are painted by arrangements are
schools. To Bast Sue Elli
Baskets Family Emergency Fund, Children's Home Week hi our the importance -. Margaret local artists. St. Cloud Utilities a TD. St. Cloud's other score Both teams are tied for last pending word from the son over-
Paula piano
demonstrate and Shore ;
vividly ott took place in the third place in the conference
Society, Salvation Army, Red Cross Disaster Service, of fire safety the Kissim. Carol Armstrong and Carlotta L supplies the brackets and bangs quarteron 'fore and be- .seas. Grissom Funeral Home is
28 the
the cards in the downtown business a yard pass from Croweto night is over fans in in charge of
Red Cross Home Service, and Red Cross First Aid, men Fire Department put on: Whalin, flute. section during the holiday Wright. St. Cloud are certain that Uma- arrangements

Swimming, Junior Lifesaving and Nursing, the Boy demonstrations school at buildings.our three elementary As-: From Mrs. Betty George Hutcheson'ssixth Bartee..: season. Six more cards will be Oermont did not concentrate tilla will have exclusive posses-
Scouts, the Girl Scouts,-and a fund for Youth Center, Fire Chief Lawrence talked to demonstrated grade the trombone. added this year and the CofC on a passing attack ,but, when sion of the cellar. BROASTED

Library'and-Community: ,Serviced. *. -"<>*, : +-.?_the..children_over s'iw.loudIpeak-' ..,,mesJUftriginal.,, qems,_camefromTMrs [."some hopes' of-them.there will may-be-hung-orr be enough so!rused it was effective..'.They that Director the St.Sam Cloud Wood announced Marching CHICKENFRlaEZETTE
S;; . .
1 In addition, through h Its connection with the Orange er, r m -4enfonstrated.tthe( ;-Ardie- SeyierV. - 'level- 1 'l3th Street.-- -?,":-. s"!!:.-;,-. - Band under the' batbd of Drum
safe to put out fires. seven class: s 1st Sets
way Baptist Majorette Linda Johnson
County United Appeal, residents of Osceola Countyare will
visited L
Two level one rooms On Halloween Night by CherylAnn play from
promised service from eight more Central Florida the Fire Department last week. HowardOn Revivall\leeting musicals. Broadway DRIVE-IN

agencies. Also through its connection with the Orange Mrs. Pat Tilly's children saw Halloween night Local ResidentsAt
the fire trucks and tried on It's spooky and bright ST. CLOUD Evangelist Pat
County United Appeal, financial resources of our sister coats, fire hats, and boots. When witches fly Rotary MeetST. Wimberly and vocalist Herschel .- .

county stand ready to back up our own efforts. The trip was very educational. Across the sky. Creaseman began revival services "Jackson's"

"Truly, "one gift works many wonders when you Susan Clark is a new studentin When you see a ghost CLOUD Donald D. Let- Sunday evening at First "

give the United Way." Mrs. Tilly's room. Don't be a nice host, tow, president of St. Cloud Rotary Baptist Church. :

Mrs. George Y. Bast Jr., took I hope you don't fall Club; Dr. and Mrs. George Everyone in the community is MINITITIARKET
For your pledge card or other information: phone her boys and girls to the Fire When you walk down the Pankey, Mr. and Mrs. Louis invited to meet with Baptistsand

8473174. Department. Mrs. .Phillip Patrick saueekv hall. Berson will be attendng the hear these two men who will
-t and Mrs. Johnston- wentwith On Halloween you have fear Rotary District Conference this conduct services -through Satur-
odore E. Bowen. Roy C. the When they got Be careful little dear.
Graves. Virginia group. very my weekend. day at 7:30 p.m.
LEGAL NOTICE Lois J. Lanier Claude W. to the station Royce Smith look- Boo! Bool!
for At the church's annual busi-
Headquarters the confer-
Lundy and Agnes E. Brlnson.
ed quite frightened came up On Halloween Night by Becky
PRECINCT NO. 6 ence are at the Suntide Lido ness meeting new deacons elect-
said "I don'twant
(Kjssimmee) to Mrs. Bast and Sullivan ,
Beach, Sarasota. Guest speakerat ed were Glen Oglesby, E. J.
RESOLUTION Polling Place: Smith Growers. to be fired." After awhile On Halloween night I am going e OPEN 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK
WHEREAS under the provisions ,:Clerk: Edward Newton. watch- the Fellowship Dinner Friday Farris, and Coleman Young. Mr.
of the law governing'Elections "!! '[Inspectors F. E. Day. Carrie W. and standing back and to be Cinderella night will be Roy D. Hickman, Farris and Mr. Young along withC.
1$ the duty of the Board of County Slocum. Mary A. Romaclc. Sara ing, he decided he wasn't goingto Dressed in yellow.
Rotary International M. Hanson will be
B. Johnson and Charles C. representa-
Commissioners of the several to Election appoint Precincts Officials Partin.PRECINCT- be "fired". When the fire My brother is a clown the near future. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY -

within the County, and select the NO.1KIssimmee engines came to school on And we are going Trick or tive.Mrs.
Polling ( ) Pankey and Mrs. Berson PRICES GOOD: THURS., FRI., SAT., SUN.
Places and fireman lit a fire in Glen E. Arnold
Polling Place: Youth Center. Wednesday, a Treating town. will attend the Rotary Ann Oglesby, A. .... ...... .............................
WIlER1.AS The Board of Public Clerk:: BillIe RIgsby. for demonstration. Royce cud- There'll be owls out at night and J. Ray Smith were electedto
Luncheon the Sarasota
Instruction of Osceola County. Florida Inspectors: Lula E. Barber Mary dled up close to Mrs. Bast and With their eyes open bright. at Yacht serve as trustees. FORMOST "PICTORIAL' FLAVORITE" ALL FLAVORS
at a meeting held September C. Johnston, Betty P. McGowan. Club Saturday. Morning and
24, 1963. took Official action auth- Hazel M. Woodall and Eb said, "I don't want to be fired. The owls will scare you, afternoon plenary sessions, with The trustees recommended the
orizing and accepting the pollwork- M. Jones. to clean up "Hoo Hoo ICE CREAMy2
As the men began They'll say ,
ers named by the Board of County PRECINCT NO. 8 District Governor Les Ginkle purchase of an addressographand
Commissioners to serve at the (St. Cloud) and pick up their equipment And the ghost will say "Boo, presiding, will be attended by that repairs be made on the
Ejection to be held Polling Place: Harold GUpen'sGarage. his "
Tuesday No- Royce smiled, wiped away Boo.
nmber 5. 1963: the men. public address system
Clerk: Lance Bass. tears and said, "Now they're And witches will get you if
THEREFOR '. BE IT RESOLVED -Inspectors: Rose E. Ollpen. JohnH. going away and I won't be you don't watch out.They'll The governor's Banquet and The church nursery is open for
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY Prusz. Robert S. McHattonand Ball at the Lido Casino Ballroom children three years of age and GALLON 4SC
Bell Partin.PRECINCT. fired. fly over head.
OSCEOLA Saturday highlight of under
NO. 9 during any regular ser-
COUNTY. THAT THE FOLLOWING From Mrs. Rachael Chesnut'slevel And they'll make you crawlin the conference.
NAMED (St. Cloud) vice.
electors of Osceola PERSONS County qualWed be and Polling Place: St. Cloud County one room Timothy Gunteris bed! .. ........................ .......
they are hereby appointed as Building. in the Osceola Hospital. And Boo, Boo, Boo
clerks for each and of Inspectors the Election, respectively.! Clerk Inspectors Helen: Margaret Godwin. B. Hood. Kathy Seaver had returned to s TijEtTrIT-Imil a a [* rLlTji1 FRESH, GRADE "A" HOMOGENIZEDGALLON

to serve at the Special Precincts Maurine Malacrlda. Henry the classroom from the hospital
to .
Erlckson Mary Geneva Masher.Wlnnlfred Miss Freeman
be held Tuesday MILK I
November 5. .
for the ratification 1963. Luthge and Emily L. where she had pneumonia.Mrs.
or rejection McManus and Ruth N. Watson.
the Joint Resolutions Ruth Abbett's level one Passes BoardMiss
amendments to the ConstftutJonof (St. Cloud) group is enjoying making Hal-
the State of Florida and to serve Polling Place: Community House. 'I'F..
at the Election loween picture books. Kathy Elizabeth Freemanof
to be held Tuesday Clerk: Donald Prickett. Mary ,.
School November Trustees 5. 1963.In to elect Three Inspectors,. : Robert Logan Ells Ross -is a new student in this Manning, S. C., a frequent JUG 90
County Louise W. Mann Freed P. class, coming from Pennsylvania. .
and to determine the number of Margaret Daugherty. house guest of the Adrian Bovis t
mills of Special Tax School Dbtrlct Theresa Weiland Margaret Ze- Late September Happy family scored highest In nurs- [Plus Bottle Deposit]

collected tax annually which shall for be the levied next and two ber and PRECINCT Terry M.NO.Greene.n Birthdays to: Timmy Munson ing in the field of psychiatry.She o.rr ............... .... . ... ... . .. .
ensuing years within the County (St. Cloud) Barbara Jo Bennett Eva Marie was one of ninety-two applicants ;
School District and the following Polling Place: St. Cloud MUlwork Waters, Michael Andrew Las- which passed the Georgia 6 BOTTLE CARTON
Poll Places are hereby con and Supply (Grape Avenue).
; Clerk: Fred B. Kenney. siter, Joseph Reagan, Jimmy State board examinations in [Regular 6-Oz:. Bottles]
Inspectors: T. A. FrIedrich. Sadie Sparkman and Douglas Pop- ]
PRECINCT NO. M. Fryman. and s.
1 Nancy Young July.Miss
Lake Wilson Lonle Simmons. well. The children getting to Freeman graduated from
Polling Place: George Hancock's PRECINCT NO. 12 wear the Birthday Crown in October Emory University School of
Home. (Holopaw) 29C
Clerk George Hancock. PollIng Place: Southerland's Filling are: Franklin Dewitt Nursing In June.
Inspectors: Vera E. Torman. Robert Station. Nona Mae Rogers and Kathy e
G. Goodman and James A. Clerk: T. W. Southerland. r
Jones. Inspectors: Emery C. Davis. Virginia Ross.
D. Davis and Ida E. The fourth grade of Mrs. Pat- Plus Bottle
GOP Club Sets [ Deposit]
Shingle Creek) PRECINCT NO. 13 ricia Nalley put together
Polling Place: Shingle Creek Meth- (Kenansville) Books. They have been workingon : Meeting FridayST.
odist Church. Polling Place: Old Bank Building. them for about five weeks.'
Clerk: Carl Spence. Clerk: Thomas James Renlson. "BAVAREN! SELECT"BEER
Inspectors; Charles W. St. Clair Inspectors: Kate E. Stevens. Carlos Julie Weber Don Moody, and
Loyal L. Lane and F. Jack Ellen Singleton.M Renlson.Gladys Stevens and Larry Dailey celebrated birth- CLOUD James Tomso-

Wright. PRECINCT NO. 14 days in Mrs. Mary Dyal's fourth vic newly elected president of

PRECINCT NO. 3 Polling place: Chamber) of Corn- grade. Neveda Lamb brought in the Republican Cub, win presideat

(Campbell Station) mecca a jar of caterpillars one day. a special meeting Friday, 7:30 IN FLORIDA 6 BOTTLE
Poll Place: Wlllard: Brown's Clerk: Georgia H. McDougle. The next day they made co- p.m. in Woman's dub House.

clerk M ry E. Hughes. Inspectors Miss : Batton and Ralph coons. The class is watching to BEER IS A NATURALFrom CARTON 79 ,.
Inspectors: Harold L. Young Her- Anderson. what they will be. The class The nominating committee will
schel S. Knight. Murray A. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED.that see present a slate of officers for .
Branson. Louise C. Redd and the foregoing list of Clerks Is also constructing an Amazon [Plus Bottle Deposit]
Elizabeth N. Brown. and for the various Election election to serve under Mr. Tom- nature's light grain comes sparkling light beer.. .
Inspectors Precinct be published before Indian village in the room. This sovic. Nominations will also be Florida's traditional beverage of moderation. . It's light .................................
PRECINCT NO. 4 the Special Election group had a perfect
The eoud made from the floor:
(Kissimmee) slnunee Gazette and St. week. sparkUng..delic "FORMOST" ALL FLAVORS

Polling Association.Place: Orange. Garden Civic News circulation, local within newspapers the County of general oX Mrs. Judy Davis also] had a AH Republicans and friends And naturally, the Brewing Industry in Florida is proud of

Clerk: Kenneth C Smith. Osceola. and a copy posted at the week's perfect attendance ia her are urged to attend and take the more than$27.860.935 it contributes in taxes to the stale

Inspectors. Snyder.: Mary Olive L. Black.L. Branson HullnR. door of. Florida.the Court House in Klssiramee. level seven class. Rebecca Mason part in thebusiness of the Gob.FRIDAY of Florida each year . money that helps support our iCE MILK

Jennie R. Pyte. Merle H. Pat Dated this the 7th day of Octo is a new student. schools, our hospitals, and our roads. In Florida beer be
rick. VU1 inIa Fish and Frank ber. A.D.. 1963.sHarrts .
still adding pic-
J. Kelley. / G. Daniel Students are longs...enjoy it.
Chairman of the Board of tures to the bulletin board of MEETINGST. ,

PRECINCT: NO. 5 County Commissioners.Attest the months in Mrs. Laura Millers CLOUD Sunday Schoo.
Potttaz Plan: 14 N. Stewart Ave. /*' GiesRa level four room. The best Extas&ion Dept of First Baptist *5 GALLON

-tees(Neat:: Julia to W.Fire Mon StAtion ll.IriipxtMiti ) County leak of Commissioners.the hoard of ' pictures were drawn by Kelly Orarch will meet Friday at 9:30 \ I FLORIDA DIVISION: , -
Beta* E. Thomas. TheY October 17. 1963 Beard. Vicki Burrier Jessica LHK in the church. '

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Winners In Contest p .q ,-. ; ;J1be KIssL.-nm.-> Gazette; Kksfnvnee, Fla., Item., Oct. 17, teas 5
Ya Are AnnouncedBy SAVE ,4 5QEC I Cfek

Autrey MotorsThe 0 ,,' Ce tr

1963 Punt, Pass and Kick DEtARTMIITOF ..,, , ., *
contest sponsored by Autrey Motor AptIaILTL1RE
Company, was held Monday
i night at the Osceola High School x
Football field with Coach Jack kti
Yearwood directing.
Record attendance and a rec-
ord number of competitors, with
.% isf..4YY 43 boys participating.Prizes .
., were awarded to the 1 r
winners in each age group immediately I
ztl following the contest,
These consisted of regulation National 1" )
Football League equipment
4 1st Place-Warm-up Jacket I
; 2nd Place Helmet; 3rd
ST .
...Best Back lineman were Winners: in each age group I. .
8 Years 1st Billy Pollura; Quantity Rights Reserved
Johns Tarcai Are 2nd Lee Graves; 3rd James Mag- Prices Good Thru Ocotber 19th

1st Jerry Muller;
2nd Kelly Clifton; 3rd Jeff Tom- fc I SMALL GOVT. INSPECTED
Kowboys-Of-Week linson., MORTON CHICKEN. BEEF, TURKEY
10 Years-1st Robbie Stewart;
2nd Mike Hansell; 3rd Roy Rob- Pot Pies 5 1.
erts. -
Earl Johns son of Mr. and The slippery little halfback averaged 11 Years1st Larry Barton; I IPORKN Smoked HAMSSHANK
Mrs Carl Johns, Sr., has been five-and-a-half feet per 2nd Eugene O'Berry; 3rd Charlie
chosen back of the week for his carry. Berlin.A .
outstanding performance with Chosen as lineman of the week marked improvement in BUTTS I
the Osceola High School Kow- was Lou Tarcai, son of Mr. and
boys against Okeechobee last Mrs. Louis Tarcai, Sr. Tarcai, two years was scores evident.over It the is hoped past- ROAST I HALF . Lb.
week. also 17 and a letterman, weights that one of the winners will
170 pounds and plays tackle. In
Johns 17, Is a letterman who the game Friday against Okee- qualify for national competitionso The sweet, smoke flavor of Sunnland
that he can go, with his parents 1 hams has made them the first choice
weighs 150 pounds and plays the chobee he played all of the gameon ,
halfback position. He doubles in offense and a great part of as guests of Ford Motor of thrifty homemakers. Protein-rich, J
Company to the
brass as offensive and defensive the game as defensive lineman. Detroit. national eventin 39 carefully selected extra lean hams. r-
player and was the leading Coach Jack Yearwood summedup
ground gainer in his team's 13- Tarcai's play as "a steady, WHOLE OR
7 win over the Brahmans. fine all around game." PTA Carnival LB.
Butt Half
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Elementary -
P. T. A. Carnival asking for 50 Extra Top Value Stamps
A MatterThe
Family donations for the event. 1 WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of
A pick-up station has been ONE 1-L. Pica rO<, JESSIE JEWELL
designated in front of Hunt Bros. o u Chicken
family alone should select the 1 Thighs
Saturday Oct. 19 from 10 ajn.
funeral director who, in their opin- to 3 p.m. What is needed is contained >- 1 aOOO THRU OCTOBER HTM
them best. Obvious- in the following poem: / :; R i AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
ion will :;
serve "Wedding gifts that gather /, sr t _ _ _
ly, this decision should be made dust

without outside influence or pres Unwanted toys that were a !
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: sure. Choosing a funeral director Pictures that are out of style
'What-nots' that are not worh- 50 Extra Top Value Stamps
should always be strictly a family 1
matter.OF And then our store is not complete A 1 TOM.To
TKtGOLDEN RUIII Without some canned goods 'U Thrifty MaidS Rich'sTwo Ohoe. Eclairs
stocked and neat I GOOD TH"U OtTO'.R UTNCATSUP
Plants that would like to 1 I
RlEDEL you
share 1 2
Or give us ANYTHING you 1[
24 HOUR DARE!" 1

KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Bethany Circle 1 Limit$5.00 two order with or 5 0 Extra Top Value Stamps t

Phone; Slates MeetingThe SAVE Si/a" more, pleas. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
8473188 1r Bethany Circle of the First 300 CAN 9 1 1 9 1- Two pu.. FRozN
Unites Presbyterian Church will l' 12-oz. BOT Gold King Hush PuppiesGOOD .
meet Monday, October 21, in the Limit 1 pl#.... '1 Save 9Vi* Ea.
educational building at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Carl Kenton, chairman, i AT ANY WINN.OIXlt
.. r will preside and' Mrs. wniiam _i- ffk-
Nahm will introduce the' -guest
speakers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
White, of the Salvation Army in SAVE 1 10* EACH . DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise
Orlando. ..-.... ....-.... f "
wu kAiia lUfi P are wiamp*
I QUART 39' .
Two PKCt Fnoil PAN MKDIBreaded

SAVE 10< EACH . THRIFTY MAID. Limit 2 please. COOO THMU OCTOBER Oysters! !


NowOpen Tomato Juice 46-oz.CAN 19; 4 jrn-- .

lAVE }1"* EACH LIBBY'S Limit 2 with $5.00 order or more.
50 Extra Top Yale Stamps1

Corned Beef 3 9; .
to serve you CAN ONI Good 2 LB, PKSCrackin9 Fig I Bars


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F \' ;;l.. Tissue.i 4 PKG.24oz.. 39;

,7 : < 50 Extra Top Vatee Stamps
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'"- Wesson Oil i BOTTLE 2. 8 ; No CAM OLVUA.

Light I Meal Gh, Tuna

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Fresh, Tender, Young ; Fancy Red JonathanAPPLES .

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LEGAL NOTICE Osceola County Florida; according
to official plat of said sub

Kissimmee Florida 1963-1964 Budget office division of filed the Clerk and recorded of the Circuit la UM

City of Court Plat of Book Osceola B .



rI vice ChatiHmaIN .

ACCOUNT : 1963-64 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 1963-64 Oct 17 1988

Real & Personal= 3?..'.-;!.. _.,. City Commission ................-.....:.....-'........--.$ 2,uPronl"rty THE cIRCUIT COURT OF

Tax....::........._.........._,,..........'.: .....--....-$147,862. City Manager..,..........'..-.-.........-.?.................. 7,575 THE NINTH FLORIDA StJDlCALCIRCUrTOF IN AND FOR
Fines & 1 .. Customer Accounts.: .........--_..__.............- 10,572Forfeitures. I ; IN OSCEOLA CHANCERY COCHTT.UK>. d wIN

.._......._................ ..... ..... 12,000 '
...... .. .
Purchasing........_:.........N_............_.........._.. 2,201 : -
'. ALAN HILL a -
Meter ,. ,. ., :
Parking .. .# Tax AsseaaorNNN-N..: ..........-...._,..--................ 4,640 NOTICE TO BBTBNB
Collection........................-...............-..:,_ .....-. 8,400 TO EUGENE J HILL
.. Le ga 1........-.-...-...............-.......NN...........;.....?... 3,623 Residence Unknown
Occupational TOT AL-...._. .._............ ........ ........ ....$ 31,452 that a Petition has been filed lathe
License......... .......... .......................;...................... 16,000 -- .Kt above styled eatft tar WALLACE
Building Permite.N...............:................ 3,000 NICKLE.C. NICKLE wife and tattfcwrt. for

& Trash '. Police_._.__._..................._....NNNNN?.........!._..$100,979 : the adoption of GERALD ALAN

Garbage .' $.0.'. Parking Meters......,.......................................1.... 5,225 k HILL a minor by the Petitioners
Service Charge-...................::.- -..........'".. 46,000. -- and you are required to serve a
: : Fire......................? .i,.......:..:........-..:..........'.:...... 32387 : : e 1r copy of your Answer or Objections
Ccm-;, :T Sales ., to show cause why said Petition
........ ......... ................. ..................... 5,771 not be granted on the At.
-.i. Inspection
& Service................_..............;....':.......... ..::. ......; 4,000 '!. torn- for the Petitioners. BRIN-

Tax ";'"' > TOTAL.........................;;........................................$144362 SON AND McWHIRTER. 11 Vernon
Utility Florida.
*' '. Street Klssioamee

A-Water..._..:............?........................:........ 8,000 PUBLIC WORKS of end the file Clerk the of origin the Circuit la the Court office at

B-Electric ............._........................._.............., 52,000 Administration.......... ....:-.::....* .....-:................ 21,594 Court his office the Kissimmee.OseeoJa Florida County

C-Bottle Gas ..................................:......::.::..-.. 11,000 Streets and Sidewalks :.......... :_..-.......__...-..... 63,183 on or before the 22nd. day of November

Telephone ..-.'.:........!."!":..................._............ 11,000 Drainage._......_..-.__...._............N......?........_.... 17,734 failure to A. do D. so 1963 a:decree and 0900 po your eon-'

Property & Equipment ::?: Garbage and Trash......?....1;........... ...............:... 48,889 lasso WITNESS will: be my entered hand a and IiiIM the you seal

Ren tal..............:...... .........:....".!'".......;.N......!....... 750 Garage ..............?....... ......NN..N..?.......... 11,287 of said. tafe Court 14th in day Kisstnaee of October., Florida

Recreation Fund ....... ...........................:;..."."'!,.,,"'". 2,200 Zoo ..........................-_ ....................................... 11,693 A.D. 1969 GLENN! RAY

Miscellaneous Revenue...........................::...'!:........ 3,000 Cemetery ......_N............_:..................-.............. 6,662 FINAL PLANS are being made for the rummage and white elephant sale sponored Osceota Clerk of County.Circuit Florida Court

TOTAL..............._......._.?...-..........--........;........_..$325,212 TOTAL..................... .............-...:..........................$181,042 by the Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority on October 19th at former news stand by the (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
By /Marjorie R. Hay*
Transfer from ,..L."hV: 1 PARKS & RECREATION Arcade Theatre. Pictured left to right: Mary\ Ellen Sylvester, Pat Keene and Esther Deputy Cterk

.............................. :f*...........: ...;................$117,319 . BRINSON AND MeWrURTBtBox
Utility ;,. :; Parks. ... ........................................:....... .............$ 19,919 Dulgar. 348. Kissimmee. Ft*.
\ : .: .. Attorneys for Petitioner
Transfer from Debt . Recreation ..................-. ..... ......!..!..................... 10,640 Oct. IT. 34. 31. Nov. 7. 2968
Service Collection ro\.AJ8ut..t.-- .: ._.... 10,000 .
,-: 'TOTAL............ .............?.....:............;...................$ 30359 LEGAL NOTICESIN NOTICE OF ADOPTION I street and/or alley shown and delineated -
TOTAL............;...........-......................:..:......:.:.... ::$127-319. 7N OF RESOLUTION on the Plat of SemInole Eastern StarSchedules
: Public c Buildings _..................................................$ 20,002 THE COURT OF THE COUN- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Land and Investment Company's
Cash from preceeding .-" TY JUDGE IN AND FOR that on the 30th day of September. Subdivision of Section 3. Township
-. Non Departmental Expense....... ........................- 33,400 OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA.NO. AD. 1963. the Board of County 26 South. Range 30 East Osceola PartyThe
year.......?.;............-................;........................... 10,000. ? 4687. Commissioners of Osceola County County. Florida: as filed and re-
: r TOTAL.._...._...........-..._....-......_.-................$440,817Transfer IN THE MATTER OF THE ES Florida adopted a Resolution vacating -, corded In the office of the Clerk

< To Sanitary Sewer...................................?$ 14,714 TATE OF WILLIAM McKINNEY. as, abandoning a public road and and discontinuing forever- of County.the Circuit Florida Court In Plat of Book Osceola B. rOsshnmee Chapter ef the
Deceased.CITATION renouncing and disclaiming any pages 63-64. particularly describedas Order of the Eastern Star will
Contingency Reserve.............................................. 7,000 THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO. right of the County of Osceola. follows to-wlt: have a Tupperware party Thursday
State of Florida. and the public All that portion of the

GRAND TOTAL............................._:...._.............$462,531 GRAND TOTAL.........................._........................$462,531 Morristown Anna Mae, Travis Tennessee, portion in and of to road the following shown and described deline- south 20-foot of and alley abutting or street Lots unnamed lying 497 Mr., and October Mrs.24 Bob, at Facey the home at 423 of

*. Nellie Bowlln ated on the Plat of J. J. Keen's 498. 499 and 500 of seminole Drury Avenue.
Tennessee Subdivision. Osceola County Florida Land and Investment Company's
UTILITY FUND Moniitown. as filed and recorded In the Subdivision of Section 3 Town- Members and their friends are
Charlie McKlnney.KnoxvUle. office of the Clerk of the Circuit ship 26 South. Range 30 East invited to attend.
Court of Osceola County. Florida.
t!! ELECTRIC FUNDREVENUES EXPENDITURES Tennessee particularly described as follows.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to-wlt: Charter No. 12871 Reserve District N.. 8
..-'. '- > ADMINISTRATION 1963-64 that a Petition has been piled In The most easterly 430 feet of REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIS-
said Court praying for to the 20-ft. platted road between SIMMEE OF KISSIMMEE IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA AT THE

City Commission ................................................$ 3,142 sell at Public Auction, the followIng Lots E and D of J. J. Keen's Subdivision CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON SEPTEMBER 50, IMS PUBLISHED IN
described property belonging Osceola County, Florida. RESPONSE TO CALL MADE BY COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY -

ACCOUNT 1963-64 City Manager .....?...................................:........... 7,576 tort Estate, to-wlt: as filed and recorded among the UNDER SECTION Mil U. 8. REVISED STATUTES
2 to 7, Inclusive, of Led- public records of Osceola County, ASSETS
._._....$910,700 City l\Ianager-Cap. Imp:............:.................... 1,200 better's Subdivision. Osceola Florida. In Plat Book 1. page 31. Cash. balances with other banks and cash Items In processof
. County Florida according to BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS collection .__._..._.........__.._.. __._...._........._.._____ 1.43.352
Reconnection ; : : : .. Utility Director...................:......::..(See Lines and Plant) the official plat thereof as filed OFCOUNTY United States Government obligations direct and guaranteed 2.9T3.7B2' .25
and recorded In the office of OSCEOLA Obligations of States and political subdivisions ._ ..._ 1.086.23076
Charge.............'...............'..;;.?...i.........::...........?... 5,000 Legal........-..............................................-.......... 3,623. the Cleric of the Circuit Courtof FLORIDA Other bonds notes and debentures ___.._...._....._m.......__. 691,60000
,. Osceola County. Florida By: Harris G. Daniel (s) Loans and discounts __._._......._,.,.,..,._.._...________._...-........ 2.145,460,25
Penalties..,. .. 8,000 Purchasing........................................................... 4,469 and you are hereby required to file Chairman Bank premises owned 7264017. furniture and fixtures

Miscellaneous..N....................................... 2,500 your written defenses thereto with- (SEAL) Oct. 17 1963 119.739.78.. _.. 9I.a19.95.;
N Customer Accounts .........................-................. 44,153 in forty days after the first publication Other assets _. 18.31365

TOTAL...........................................................?.....$926,200 Customer Accounts fall or therein posting herof. Should IN THE COURT OF THE TOTAL ASSETS 8. 9.089.10
you decree will be LIABILITIES

Cash om pre 01" Capital Improvements.' ................................... 2,200 entered In due course upon said OSCEOLA COUNTY COUNTY.JUDGE FLORIDA Demand deposits of Individuals partnerships and corporations 4,091,337
.Petition Time and savings deposits of 'Individuals partnerships and
ceeding year.........................:... ......... 54,000 TOTAL.........................................'...........................$ 66,363 WITNESS my hand and the seal NOTICE MAKE: APPLICATION OF INTENTION FOB TO corporations ..._.....__. .. 1,506,785
of said Court at Kissimmee. Osce Deposits of United States Government (Including postal
_ PLANT ola County Florida this 12th day FINAL DISCHARGE ) savings) .....___.......... --- 286,67695
.,,...!,-f : .. ., of November. A. D. 1962. THE ) Deposits of States and political subdivisions __..________ l.3.93
< ,;. :'.': .... ............. 327,697 /s/ O. P. JOHNSON deeceassedDD, ) Certified and officers' checks etc. _._ __....__ 298.70162'
.. . County Judge deceasedIN PROBATETO TOTAL DEPOSITS ......_.__..__....'... .._.......S7,580.45!
.':' ...'::4 Capital Improvements..L._.................... 14,900 Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24. 163.IX ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- (a) Total demand deposits .._..._.._.__$5.713,63997!
(b) Total time and savings d.poslts$1.868.185.80
J[. ., TOTAL...............................:.........M......_.................$342,597r CERN: TOTAL LIABILITIES 7.580.42577:
; THE CIRCUI COURT OF THE Notice Is hereby given that I
LINES NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN, have filed my final report as Executor VALUATION RESERVES
AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. of the Estate of LOUIS E. Reserve for loan losses under Internal Revenue Code $i5Stt..

'; .. Maintenance....................................................... 82,791 FLORIDA.CHANCERY. TODD deceased; that I have filed TOTAL VALUATION RESERVES6.571.88
NO. 6568 petition for final discharge and CAPITAL FUNDS

} Capital Improvements.........:........:...................... 96,896 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS ) that I will apply to the Honorable Common stock-par value per share $100.00 _
and LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ) O. P. Johnson. County of No. shares authorized 3.000 ___.._- _ ...__
., ,:{'; '. .TOTAL.......................:................:...........................$179,687 ORLANDO a corporation. ) Osceola County Florida Jon the No. shares unissued None _._......
F' : Plaintiff. ) 18th day of November. AD. 1963. No. shares outstanding 3.000 _.....__.. _J36CUX)000)
. i. '. ..: .. ., STREET LIGHTS . -vs. ) for approval of same and for final Surplus 300.000.00 ..... ..._ .__.,..._.__...:. *3e6,000,00
.. ..", _. : HOWELL J. CHILDRESS and ) discharge as Executor of the Estateof Undivided profits ...._._..._.._...___.___..._._. $-68,09151
4 at j.'-""" ,1'1 ". L.I ,. "N Operation...., .....j....l ...!......, 23366Capital CHRISTINE L. CHILDRESS. ) . LOUIS E. TODD deceased. TOTAL CAPITAL FUNDS itl6dt)9].5d
'0. .. ." .. .."....," .i.! .... his wirer and AMERICAN ) This 10th day of October.. AD. Total Valuation Reserves and Capital Pta ._.._3888,B.3B
.... '" .. .' =.. mprovemenu _......? 8,607 FLETCHER NATIONAL ) 1963. TOTAL LIABILITIES. VALUATION RESERVES AND
.0 .' '. "_ y BANK AND TRUST COMDefendants.- ) /Wllhelmus G. Heeren CAPITAL FUNDS 8.469.089
t TOTAL.......................-...........:.:...........................$ 32,173 PANY. ) Executor of the Estate of NOTE
Louis E. Todd deceased Time _.._.._ 61000.00
Public Service ........................................................ 8,759 NOTICE OF SUIT ) THACKER AND THACKER I. certificates Allen D. Carroll Cashier.outstanding of the above-named bank do hereby

.. ... Meters..N.............................................................. 16,864 STATE COUNTY OF OF FLORIDA OSCEOLA Attorneys P.O. Box 527 for Executor Kissimmee Fla. my declare knowledge that this and report belief of condition is true and correct to ttte best of

.r Debt Service....,..................................'..................... 171,107 TO HOWELL J CHILDRESS.. Oct. 17, 24. 31. Nov. 7, 1963 Oeteber 14. MOB
Conyers. GeorgiaCHRISTINE We the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this reportof

Taxes....................................-...........:....:................ 14,000 L. CHILDRESS NOTICE TO DEFENDIN condition and declare that It has been examined by us and to the
Conyers. GeorgiaAMERICAN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF best of our knowledge and belief Is true and correct.
:\ Transfer to General Fund...........................:....... 128,319 FLETCHER NATIONAL THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN John E. Carron )
"" ." Contingency Reserve..............................:.......... 20,331 COMPANY OLA. STATE OF FLORIDA. In U. S. Chapman )
f indianapolis; Indiana Chancery. HELEN IRENE WOOD Oct. 17 1963
GRAND TOTAL.................................................::.$980,200 TOTAL ELECTRIC................................................$980,200. You are hereby notified that a Plaintiff vs. HOWARD E. WOOD.
suit has been filed against you In
You are hereby notified that a suit
.. : the above entitled cause and that in equity for divorce has been
you are required to file your answer brought against you by HELEN
WATER FUND EXPENDITURES with the Clerk of this Court and IRENE WOOD in the Circuit
ACCOUNT 1963-64 to serve a copy thereof upon the Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuitin
: plaintiff or plaintiffs attorneys. and for County of Osceola. Stateof FLORENCE HARNETT
whose name and address Is GUes. Florida and you are hereby
Hedrlck & Robinson. 125 South summoned, ordered and required to

Operations.....................................--..N......._..._$ 17,942 Court St.. Orlando Florida not file your written answer or defenses
WATER V : 1963-64 : later than November 11. 1963.. If you to the Complaint filed here
fall to do so a Decree Pro Con-
LINES in against you In the above en-

Sales....... ..................... ..............................-.....*.....$ 85,000 ',' tease will be entered against you titled cause. in the office of the
. Maintenance................:.......-.............................. 11,104 for the relief demanded In the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and Formerly with Florida Realty Counselors -
Water Taps......................:._......:.....;....................... 1,500 Complaint. This suit Is to foreclosea for Osceola County Florida, at his
:. Capital Improvements-...................................... 23,104 mortgage. The real property office in the Court House in KIs- Inc. is now associated with
TOTAL..........??...................;."........::..................."...$ 86,500 proceeded Lot against PATRICK Is: simmee. Florida on or before the ,
CUSTOMER ACCOUNTSOperations \ 5. of to the plat PARK thereof according as 18th day of November A.D.. 1963. our office ... She will be pleased to
Cash frompreceeding and to of such
....................._................................. 4,975Capital recorded in Plat Book 1. page defenses serve a copy Thacker answeror and assist in the sale of
year..r"......................................-.......... 6,000 340. Public Records of Osceola T h Plaintiffs upon you or purchase
'. '. Improvements....................................... 1,000 County Florida. acker., whose address is attorney'sherein Box 527. Real Estate of all types.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
Debt Service......................................_...................:> 27,694 of this Court at Kissimmee. Floe said Kissimmee date ,as Florida required on by or law.before If
ida this 2nd day of October 1963-
,.' TOTAL....?...?........................................................$ 85,819 (Circuit Court Seal) you fall to will do so, a Decree Pro
Confesso be entered againstyou
Transfer to General Fund..................................... 6,681 By /Marjorie R. Jae for the relief demanded in
D.C. the ComplaintWITNESS Drop in or call 8473133W.

TOTAL..............................................................?....$ 92,500 GRAND TOTAL -................?...............:...:............$ 92,500 Giles. Hedrlck & Robinson my hand as Clerk of
said Circuit Court of Osceola County -
125 South Florida Court Street Florida and the seal of said
Orlando Court at Kissimmee. Osceola County -
SANITARY SEWER FUND Attorneys for Plaintiff. Florida on this the 15th day
\ Oct. 10. 17 24. 31. 1963
:,. of October. A.D. 1963. H. MORSE CORPORATION
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Service ...............................................:......._$ 22,420 OSCEOLA COUNTY. Thacker and Thacker. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA.
Charges.....................................................$ 60,260 Operations RE: ESTATE OF Attorneys for Plaintiff
Service Taps...?..._.............................................;: .1,500TOTAL LINES OF FILING DISCHARGE PETITION Oct.KissImmee.17. 24. Florida 31. Nov. 7. 1963

_...............................:_................................$ 61,760 Maintenance............... ........................?.............. 14,367 FOB OF ADMINISTRATRIX FINAL

Transfer from Utility Tax._.._........_..................... 14,714 Capital Improvements ._......... ..-....__.-.. 13,975 that NOTICE I have IS filed HEREBY my final GIVEN returnas NOTICE RESOLUTION OF ADOPTIONOF

Cash ,preceeding year............__.. .._........,:.. ,_...:. 5,000 Debt Service........................................_........-.-_.. 28,225 Adam Administratrix Drylie deceased of the that estateof I that NOTICE on the IS 14th HEREBY day of October.GIVEN. .

Customer Accounts ............................_._..:..,._..... 2,487 have filed my petition fordischarge distribution and- 1963. the Board of County Com- REALTORS APPRAISERS
and for final missioners of Osceola County Florida

TOTAL..................._.................................,............$ 81..N..N......_.......... 'I 81,474 that on the 10th day of November HonorableO. , adopted a Resolution vacating
; ; .; 1963 I will apply to abandoning and discontinuingas
County Judge of
P. Johnson. a public road street and/or INSURANCE
Osceola County Floridanrn approval alley and forever renouncing and
CIGARETTE TAX FUND of said distribution and disclaiming any right of the County -
for an order of and of Osceola. State of Florida and
for final discharge as administratrix of the public. In and to the following
REVENUES of the estate of Adam Drylie. described portion of road.
ACCOUNT 1963-64 deceased. _
EXPENDITURES September 1963.
Cigarette Tax.........................................................$ 95,000 Dated
AsAdminhstratriz of the
Paving Assessments......................_..........__.......... 5,000 ACCOUNT 1963-64, estate of Adam Drylie, de

TOT AL.-.:..::....?.............-......................-............$100,000 Capital ceased.KelleyP. TTTuE

Transfer from Utilities ......_....?.....................?..... 17,681 Improvements ..?........_........................__$117,681. Kissimmee.. O.PBox 331 Florida(12 East Monument:: )

TOTAL-.._..................?*....-.*.......*.................._.....$117,681 .... .* Oct.Attorney 3. 10.for 17.Administratrix 24. 1963. .41llt! 4


REVENUES EXPENDITURES. all Interested. bidders that the
Board of County Commissioners of
ACCOUNT 1963-64 Principal & Interest Osceola County. Florida, will recttve

Debt Service.........-.-............---......-.............. .$ 39,889 Payments -..........................................N.N.NN....$ 31,445 October sealed 28. bids 1963. until for a 10:00 new AJ sl'l*[.-. '

Miscellaneous Charges. ,. .. s 500 inch dewatering pump toP&l'tment. be used -
- --N.-.N -
Cash from by the Osceola County Road De

previous year _........_......_.........._................N 2,056 Collection COSt _..____....___....... .." 10,000 Osceola County. Delivery Barn to at be Kissimmee made to

TOTAL....:.._..........................__...................._....41,945 TOTAL..N....N...........:._................NN.NN .........?:$ 41,945 Park. Florida. AU bids shall date.set
forth the approximate delivery
w be obtained
Specifications may
AIRPORT FUND from County Glenn Racy Commissioners Clerk of the at Boardof his RENEE MANOR APARTMENTS

office in the Courthouse at Kissim
,,, Immediately following the time 2-KDROOM, ,
;:. Salaries and : ......... .__...$ 1,411
Wages-............__ !"""' shown above the proposals received ,
ACCOUNT 1963-64 11. '
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f. Vehicle 300 will be publicly opened and 105 PER MONTH UPSTAIRS
.: Maintenance & Repair.. ....._ _
Airport................................._." ...._..-..?.?.......?..?.$ 5 4,106 .NN. The reserves the right to
'-, 'is', Motor Vehicle Fuel & Oil_._..........._..___? 400 reject any County and all bids and to waive 115 PER MONTH DOWNSTAIRSCALL
:J . .
..;.. Utilities__......._....,.NN.........._......"!'._. 500 formalities

. Materials & Supplies...._......__.______ 1,495 SEABOARD OF COUNTY OF OSCEOLA COMMISSIONERS 847-2544

TOTAL....-.._;......_............_.:....._..................-$ 4,106 TOTAL....__.......?....................-._...?....__.$ 4,106 By aOREN COUNTY. FLORIDA ODELL BRONSON

Vice Chairman

TOTAL REVENUES. IBS .......,. .!-. '..;..._.....iff.i ...$1,780,437: : TOTAL EXPENDITURES.-....------.-. ,-..$I'."'80,A"1 Oct.i:7. 34. 1963 . .
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LEGAL NOTICESIN copy of such answer or defenses be secured by' general contractors Redd
charge up BABOAIN BABN I upon Thacker ft Thacker plaintiffs only' from the office of the arehlect ANCILLARY iXIL'UTIUCES

to 15.words....................75c limbs le; Zipper s.T..aa' I REALTORAMABARGAIN THE COUNTY JUDCE'S attorneys herein whose ad- by depositing $25.00. OF TIll ESTAft or LUCY
Bnishen 7e; Ear Bobs Se; SfceecS7e COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. dress Is Post Office Box 527, KIss... BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION A. WAaBURTON.s .
Each additional word.... 5c ; Socks 19e; Pillows 11e; FLORIDAIN immee. Florida on or before said OF OSCEOLA COUNTY. .ulwn
Skirts II: Pants 81; Dresses RE ESTATE OF ) date. as required by' law. If you FLORIDA.By / / Phillip R. Kcitay
Classified Display : I1.M; Bits 35er Nylems Sfe; EDWARD FRICKE ) fat do so. a decree pro con- : w. B. Stephens, Secretary. P.O. Box 331 riiihnmM. Fta.
(Boxed) inch.......$1.10 Htakles Sc: Paatl.' Ue; Belts PROPERTYON Deceased. ) be entered against you Oct. 10. 17 24. 1963 ATTORNEY FOR KXBCUTRICES
per i ISe 15e for the relief demanded In the .
; Caps ; Spreads _.51;, ) Oct. 3. 10. 17. M. 196S.N
Deadline for all Classified i Hair Nets 4e; T-Skirts 99e;' NOTICE TO CREDITORS" Complaint. I THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
: Nearly Everybody Trade at Tae To WITNESS my hand as Clerk of IN THE COURT OF THE JUDGE OSCEOLA COUNTY.
Creditors. Legatees. Dlstrib.
5 P.M. said Circuit Court and the COUNTY JUDGE. OSCEOLA
Advertising Tuesday Bargain Barn. Cease t Slbert, utees. and all Persons Having seal of FLORIDA
Mills Warehouse 1m I said Court at Klssimmee. Osceola COUNTY. FLORIDA
prior to publication. ,. f aaaedlatel.,.. Follow the sips. I LARGE CORNER Estate Claims or Demands Against said County. Florida on the 30th day NOTICE OF INTENTION TO -.- =-=---
CLASSIFIED I open; Week Days Aaa --S..c1aJ' LOT notified You and and each of you are hereby' / / Glenn Ray FINAL DISCHARGE nova UfUMRATOftf
required to present Clerk of the Circuit Court. IN RE: THE ESTATE OF )
ADVERTISING RATES any claims which you. or either of Osceola County. Florida. GEORGE M. HALL. )
I IN CITYBEAUTIFUL 'ST you. may have against the estateof (Ct. Ct. Seal) deceased )
Travel Trailer Edward
: onthreequarter Frlcke deceased, late of Thacker and Thacker IN PROBATE
Phone 847.2881 ton GMC Truck. Osceola' County. Florida to the Attorneys for Plaintiff TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN FURNITURE
of said
County Judge County atKissimmee.
I Clssimmee, Florida : weH-Thurmond
To Place Your Ad Sleeps six. Water, light and Florida. within six calendar Oct. 3. 10. 17. 24. 1963. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
gas. F. H. Wolford, 10 Harris first months from the date of the that I have filed my' final reportas tots Wed Clwrdi OtlAHOO.
publication of
this notice.
Executrix of the Estate of
Blvd. SHADE Each claim or demand must be In IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY : GEORGE M. HALL deceased; that ,- -
writing and must state the place of JUDGE OSCEOLA COUN I have filed petition for final discharge -
ARTICLESFOR FOR SALE: Furniture and SCREENED PORCHES residence and post- mce address of I TY. FLORIDAIN and atW I apply to For AH O cas!.ns
the claimant and be sworn to by RE: ESTATE OFLAWRENCE he Honorable O. P Johnson.
SALE Sunday 9:30 to 4:00. claimant his agent or his attorney KENNETH Judge of Osceola County. Florida.on .
703 N. Main St. 2 BEDROOMS, 2 KITCHENS or it will become void accord- DRe easy the 4th day of November. 1963 ELLIE HUGH'S
Ing to law. for approval of same and for final
FOR SALE-: Used' lumber This the 18th day of September. NOTICE TO CREDITORS discharge as Executrix of the Es. FLORIST
plumbing supplies, galvanized B. Steuerwald DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER- deceased.
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. As Executor of the Estateof IS IteJAWAY M74H1LEARN
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS This 30th day of September. A-
roofing full inch material suit
OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 Edward Frlcke. AGAINST SAID ESTATE: D.. 1963.
able for farm and ranch Deceased. YOU and each of are hereby -
NORTH MAIN ST. 847-3ML Evans Hardware, 847-4564. : SEE THIS FOR $7,100 Ellis F. DamKissimmee. notified and required to present of the Estateof
Florida claims'which
Attorney for Executor either of you. may have againstthe deceased.
BOAT FOR SALE-16' fibre- Sept 26. Oct. 3. 10. 17, 1963 estate of Lawrence Kenneth HACKER AND THACKER Issues Your future IB a
well prefnat.aDa
POSITIONSI I glass, offshore type, wide, Ramsby, deceased, late of Cheboygan Box 527. Klssimmee. Fla.Coin ,-paylsg t Night Classes
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S County. State of I Attorneys for ExecutrixOct. V.A.
OPEN deep safe. Side curtains, back- COURT OSCEOLA COUNTY. the County Judge of Osceola 3. 10. 17, 24. 1963 Approved
I drop. New convertible top and FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS STATE OF FLORIDA tv at his nfftro In the Courthouse.. Orlando Barber College
IN RE: ESTATE OF at Klssimmee, Florida, within sIX UM S. Ormarc BU.s.m Tr.
I new battery. 35 HP electric .PERKINS months from the date of the first IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY GA 1.4818Call.
Patrolman e 2135 high school i starting Evinrude and trailer. HOMER publication of this Notice. Each JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUN-
INC. NOTICE OF FILING PETITION claim or demand must be In writ- TY, FLORIDAIN
graduate. 847-4361 after 5 p.m. or Sat FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Ing and must state the place of; RE ESTATE OF

Fireman age 21.35.high school urday. OF ADMINISTRATRIXNOTICE residence of the claimant and must LUCY A. WARBURTON, . ,
IS HEREBY GIVEN be sworn to by' the claimant his deceased.
graduate. L 2 Broadway Kissimmee that I have filed my final return as agent or attorney, or the same NOTICE TO CREDITORS Parks Furniture Co.
Experience not necessary. I 847-3156 847 3157 Administratrix of the estate of will become void according to law. To all Creditors. Legatees. Distri _
Pay $7S-$92 v' Homer J. Perkins deceased; thatI This September 30, 1963. butees and all Persons having .
range weekly. Yew
FOR RENT .L have filed my petition for 'dis- Eva Ramsby' Claims or Demands against For Prompt Ropoir
Application may be picked up at l J tribution and for final dIschargE Ancillary Administratrix of said Estate: RIFRIOiRATOR
Chief of Police office or Chief of and that on OCTOBER 31st 1963.I the estate of Lawrence YOU and each of you are hereby -
SPOTS before your eyes on Dillingham.FOR Davis, 114 Emmett Street. will apply to the Honorable O. Kenneth Ramsby' deceased. notified and required to presentany Phono &7-4171
Fire Dept. office. P. Johnson. County Judge of Os Phillip R. Kelley claims which you. or eitherof
Last date to file applications is October your new carpet-remove them ceola County.' Florida for approvalof Post Office Box 331 you may have against the es
RENT: Furnished house, FOR R E N T Kitchenettes:
tate of
Klssimmee. Florida Lucy A. Warburton. deceased
with Blue Lustre. Rent electric said final return and for an
22nd. good location couple one small rooms and trailer apartmentswith order of distribution and for dis- Attorney for Ancillary late of the County of James Christian Science
shampooer $1. Parks Furniture charge as Administratrix of the Administratrix City. State of VIrginia. to the
Cnil Service Board Co. child. $45. 8472380. lake and shuffleboard. By estate of Homer J. Perkins de Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24. 1963 County Judge of Osceola County
Police and Fire week, month or year. Capitol ceased. at his office In the Court Houseat Society
DepartmentsCityof Trailer Lots $10 down. $8 month. Kissimmee. Florida within six Jat. \ .. .
September 18. 1963. ELECTION ** Mte f Each
Kissimmee FOR RENT Furnished Motel, St. Cloud. Hwy. 441. NOTICE OF SCHOOL calendar months
from ..
: apart- sAnna W. Perkins the date of MBth p.
Electric and good water. Extra NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the first
publication of this No- SOB N. Randolph
Anna W. PerkinsAdministratrix
Mrs Jess Thacker,secretaryand ments. Clean, heated, continuous lots with septic tanks installed. FOR RENT-6 room unfurnished as that election November will 5. be 1963.held in all on tice. Each claim or demand must ' Senic... . . . 11 ....
hot and be In and
examiner water gas. No Move-ln-To Tropical Park on house. 8 Brack Street, Call 847- aforesaid election precincts of Osceola County place of writing residence of must the state claimantand the Seedy kl..l. . . . fH s.m.GREEN'S .

I stairs. Individual entrances and Route 441 in North Kissimmee. 3702 after 6p.m.REAL P.O.Phillip Box R.331Kissimmee. Kelley Florida, for the following must be sworn to by the claim..
bath. Large yard. 617% Pat- Florida named purposes: ant, his agent or attorney or the
1. To elect three school trusteesIn
rick St. Clean modem 3 bedroom, 2 bath Attorney for AdministratrixSept. the County. Not more than J same will become void according
to law.
EST TE-t f 26, Oct. 3. 10, 17. 1963
one trustee will be elected from FUEL
POSITIONSOPEN house, unfurnished, built- in This the 30 day of September _
SALE OR RENT: Three bedroom -- -..-- any: one county school_board member
oven and range. $80. Call collect NOTICE TO DEFENDIn residence district. On the ballotfor I 1963.Letty Gregory Armlstead
house. Partly furnished, will Cherry 1-5638--C1ester Toy the Circuit Court of the Ninth approval of' trustee for the district j Hanson Sales and Service
furnish complete. Two bedroom FOR SALE-No cash down. You Judicial Circuit in and for Countyof shall be printed the namesof Martha Terrel WarburtonSue
Realtor, Orlando.FURNISHED Osceola State of Florida. In all persons who have been nomInated McMurran
paint end do minor repairs for
furnished furnished will
or not - Chancery. DOROTHY BUSHBAUM by petition of five or more Gregory Warburton PHONt 147-4172 MM 171
sell on easy terms. Phone JohnB. downstairs apart. down payment on two bedroomCB Plaintiff vs. RICHARD BUSH. persons qualified to vote in the

Clerk dispatcher,with Police Dept. Farmer. 847-4638. ment. Reasonable rent. 304 S. house. About half acre. In BAUM DEFEND., Defendant The State NOTICE of Florida TO to election.Board at filed least with fifteen the(15)County days SAND ROCK I KISSIMMH

Male or female, typing required, Dillingham. Inquire 203 S. Campbell Station. 847-2811. Richard Bushbaum. You are here- prior to the holding of the electionand MORTAR MIX For Gas Delivery; : Phone
Trailer spaces for rent. Private by notified that a suit In equity requesting that the names of I Harold Wigd a 1.20"I.
hours 3 to I'l call 84T-3013 after
p.m. p.m. no age' property. Peaceful and quiet. Clyde Ave or LEASE OR RENT 15-20 acres for divorce has been brought such persons be placed on the bal- I STEEL & WIRE !MESH I A. FUtdwr a 14.539I
limit,no experience necessary. 5 p.m. against you by' Dorothy Bushbaum lot to be voted upon as trusteesof
Pay $60 to $75, ,Older people preferred 847- near Lake Marion in Kenans- in the Circuit Court of the Ninth that school district. I Kenneth ftUdso
range 2. To determine the number of 892.76951t.[ Cloud)
ville for poultry, animals or Judicial Circuit In and for Countyof I
4606. FOR RENT
room apart-
Applications may be picked up at : Osceola. State of Florida; and mills of Special Tax School District : For Gas Service: Phone
Chief of Police office. ment on lake front. Furnished. farming. Write-Star Rt. West, you are hereby summoned ordered tax which shall be levied and col- 7.1QI
J. B. RounfrM 847-4062
FOR RENT: Four room furnished Box 1121 Melbourne Fla. lected annually for the next two i
Last date to file applications is October With carport. By month or sea- ,. and required to file your writ-' ensuing years within the said I Robert Alton
ten answer or defenses to the Com-
Water and heat
apartment. 0 i
Call 847-3866 after 5 County School District.
22nd. son. p.m. plaint filed herein against you in Emory Bronton 847-4570
CAMPSITES in Kenansville-$25
furnished. No children or pets. ,the above entitled cause in the office All qualified electors In the Leo Girourd 8 1.2061I.
Parking available. 617% Pat- FOR R E N Furnished apart- down, $10 per month-80 x 100 I of the Clerk of the Circuit county personal who pay a shall tax on be real entitled or H. Holt 892-1212 St. Cloud

Civil Service Board rick St. ment, three rooms, air condi- ,ft-Near Lake Marion. Write Court mtT and the for Court Osceola House County..An to vote in property this election , I or.colt H. T. Simmons Mgr.

Police and Fife Departments Honed,. also-two; : bedroom m- -star Rt. 'W t.;BoX 1121 Melbourne . Kissimmee* Florida on or before I The County Board Member Res. KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX 4 8474819RcbcrtOBerry
i City of Kissimmee 'xt A FOR RENT:- Nice' 'clean three ished house. Moorefield Bldg. Fla. the .28th day 'of October 1963, and ,idence as follows Districts: have been'designated 847-3219
to serve a of such answer or
t Mrs.lessThackersecretaryand room furnished apartment, private Opposite Post Office. defenses upon copy Thacker & Thacker. County Board Member Residence Cv G. Tyner 847. 481
examiner. porch, carport. Must see Your labor and materials will plaintiffs' attorneys herein, whose District 6 No.and 7.1 will comprise Precincts Phone: 847-3524 John ors. Sf Cloud 8923482Radio
APARTMENTS FOR RENT- make down payment on 3 bedroom address Is Post Office Box 527,
to appreciate. Adults. 416 S. $9, I County Board Member Residence
week. Mrs. PaulDOVESHOOl 2 bath home. Screen Klssimmee. Florida on or before I District No. 2 will comprise Precincts
- $11, $12 per said date as required by law. If .
1. 2. 3. 4 & 5I
porch, attractive floor plan in you fall to do so, a decree pro I I County Board Member Residence SAUS SMVICI
I. and
Kissimmee Highlands. Call 847- confesso will be entered againstyou I District No. 3 will comprise Pre
for the relief demanded in the
I 2811. Complaint. I County Board Member Residence
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of District No. t will comprise Precincts COMm MOM futNBMmes
[ FOR SALE: Houses, (NOT said Circuit Court and the seal of 10. 11 and 14. T V
said Court at Klssimmee. Osceola
County Board Member Residence
LAND) wood floors. Can be FURNITURE CO.SLCUtf .
County Florida. on the 19th day District No. :5 will comprise Pre- PARKS
SATURDAYS seen in Holopaw. Call Orlando of September, A.D., 1963. cincts 12 and 13.
/GLENN RAY By order of the Board of Public
12 Noon 'TilSunset 277 7601 and 277-6372. Clerk of the Circuit Court. Instruction of Osceola County Flor-
Osceola County Florida Ida.
C FOR SALE: Three bedroom (Ct. Ct. Seal ) S. Miles Sharp. Chairman

house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x fhacker and Thacker Board of Public Instruction
DAIRY Plaintiff Osceola County' Florida. NORRIS CLEANERS
AT SUHL'S Attorneys for
300. Air conditioned. Priced to Klssimmee. Florida Attest: W. B. StephensSuperintendent

sell. Contact Betty Eby, 847- Sept. 26. Oct. 3. 10. 17, 1963 and Secretary -
. GA5 2881 or 847-4266. struction Osceola County KISSIMMEE'S FINEST

1 AIRPORT ROAD l Judicial the Circuit Circuit Court in and of for the County Ninth Oct. 3, Florida 10. 17. 24. 1963 PiD 103 East Dakin. Phone 847-4941

Modern silent refrigeration 1s' of Osceola, State of Florida. In
tops . Eervel Gas refrigerationis WANTEDHELP Chancery. CLARENCE RHODES. CALL FOB BIDS
absolutely silent . lasts Plaintiff. vs. CATHERINE NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS:
longer (no moving parts) . RHODES. Defendant. NOTICE TO Sealed bids will be received at
DEFEND The State of Florida to the office of the Board of Public
automatic ice-maker with no WANTED-Male & Fe- Catherine Rhodes. 606 National Instruction of Osceola County at
mussy, fussy ice trays . con- mal e-$65 WEEKLY AND Cemetery Road. Florence South Thacker and Ernest Sts., KIssim- ROTHROCK SEPTIC
stant supply oJ ice. Gas'refrigeration Carolina. You are hereby notified mee. Florida up to 10:00: AM..
provides service in any MORE-For reliable man or that a suit In equity for divorce Tuesday November 5, 1963 for the

weath . 10-year warranty.GREEN'S . .... woman to service customers in has Clarence been Rhodes brought In against the you Circuit by Administration complete construction and Classroom of Library Ad- TANK CO.

Kissimmee. Full or part time. Court of the Ninth Judicial CircuitIn dition to Highlands Elementary
No investment Write Watkins and for County of Osceola. Stat School. Klssimmee. Florida.
of Florida; and you are hereby All bids received will be publicly
Products, Inc., Dept 0-2, P.O. summoned, ordered and required to opened and read aloud. Plans and
Box 2447, Memphis, Tennessee. tile your written answer or de- specifications may be examined at CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS.
fenses to the Complaint filed herein the office of the School Superintendent -
against you In the above entitled Ernest & Thacker Sts.. SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE FOR EVERY NEED.
FUEL It UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR cause. In the office of the Clerk Kissimmee, or at the office of
1 SALESMAN OVER 30 High of the Circuit Court In 'and for Charles H. Parsons. Architect. 18 CEMENT WORK 280 GALLON GREASE TRAPS
Osceola County, Florida at the N. Stewart Ave., Klssimmee. Florida
commission earnings with a Court House In Klssimmee FlorIda -

growing 59 year old company on or before the 4th day of One set of plans and specifications -
selling world famous Goodyear November. 1963. and to serve a and forms for bidding may. 15 YEARS EXPERIENCEK.

E maintenance- products. Managerial -

PARKS FURNITURE CO. : +4,1':e+ opportunity for men experienced C. ROTHROCK, Owner and Operator

"See Us For Gas Appliances"KISSIMMEE coatings. Many exclusive and
ST. CLOUD noncompetitive repeat items.

847-4171 89.Z-2Q11: Age no barrier. Diversified O. BOX 532 I PHONE 847-3524

winter and summer line. We
take care of all financing, ship-

ping and collections. New sales-

man O. M. Rath earned $353 STEEL SALESAny

L For Any Of commissions his second order.

Don Kirby opened over 150 repeat Dimsnsion-Anylmount-Comp.NMvetr
: S a 1nS u customers on one exclusive NOTICE OF PUBLIC .
These Services Truck Bodies Boat
Q. 4 Consolidated product his T.raUerJ.-Horse TroHers
and Utility Trailers.
second year. Fringe benefits include BUILT AND REPAIRED.

., New Houses life insurance, sales bon- HEARING
I Complete Mobile WtWmg Shop All Work 'v.rutHd.
r. uses. Write Consolidated Paint

... CommercialStructures &: Varnish Corp., East Ohio .1 c Old Orlando Highway Near Livestock Market.
Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. ROUTE 1, BOX 258-A KISSIMMfE

Remodefmf must be good on Miehle The Board of Adjustment-will meet at 4:00 ,

:Certwdy They leek Alike, But.. e Additions vertical Kluge and hand P.M. Wednesday, October) 30, 1963;'City Commission PHONE 8475898OSCEOLA

presses. Must be fast. Above

AI..iRUMSid wage scale for qualified man. Room, City Hall to hear the following

Any difference between a cut-rate policy and NEED MAN NOW. Apply Request of Harry Aker, 1004 Parade for a TIRE

one issued by an old, established company showsup t! Clearwater News, 2040 Garden

only after a loss. A harsh settlement usually e Aluminum Ave., Clearwater, Fla. sideyard variance to enclose a patio on the following SERVICECustom

falls upon those least able to afford it. POODLE CLIPPINGComplete described property:
A rrl s
When buy insurance, buy the best. Thai's'the grooming. Two experienced op Recapping W
you Park
Lot 20 of Block B Johnston Replat
erators. Phone 517 2565 or 8473670. ,
trouble. StorefrontEstimates 223 S. BERMUDA
: kind of treatment you want in case of ,
8 a.m. to 12 noon for appointment RA-1 (single family residence) PHONE 847.2207
t fit U..IIIC. .
PHONE 847-4121 This will be a public hearing and any inter-

CARD OF THANKS: We wish to ested property owner will be heardregardingthis 1

I LUPFER'SInsurance SEEK. express oar appreciation to application. BE WISE ECONOMIZE

friends and neighbors for the

1, C. M *re Jr. flowers, food and their many : EXTRA QUALITY BLOCKS AT NO EXTRA COST.

t Agency kindnesses during the death of PHONE 847-4021

TRIANGLE our loved one. Especially do

we thank the Grissom Funeral


11 Stewart St. service.

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County Agent Comments i -

Organized Shoots r vd ; 3 t 4MN

Set For Season.

By County JIM SMITH Agent YTr&fFAVORITE! : ....

Several homeowners have called about worms

crawling everywhere. Usually this occurs near a groveor

pasture and this is the Fall Armyworm, that feedson

grass. They usually are not too destructive to orn-

amental plants but can cause damage to lawns. Toxa-

phene sprays are effective in controlling this pest. In

pastures that are to be cut for hay or grazed within

14 days, Sevin should be used. The rate of applica-
tion is the same as outlined in earlier news articles. PRIZE STUD-Edward (Geech) Partin shows his prize quarter horse stud, the 11- QUARTER HORSE-Edward (Geech) Partin's favorite quarter horse

Dove hunters are reminded that on Wednesdays, year-old Balmy Whiz. (Photo by Eby) is two year old Misty's Reward. (Photo by Eby)

Saturdays and Sundays during the open season on --- -.

doves, you can shoot at Suhl's Dairy near the airportfor :>>: :<: :X:::: Orange Garden Partin Pioneered 650 Head

two dollars. This is the first such hunt organized
r l.I l.
in this county and for those who like to shoot, the ThomansUp
hunt is a real bargain. There are plenty of birds right 'Quarter' BreedingEdward Sold AtMarket

now according to Mr. Suhl. North

Rust Mites are still the number one pest in groves but ConventionTHURSDAY For VisitBy "Geech" Partin a pioneer The breed originated duringthe
Red Mites and Texas Citrus Mites can expected to be- in Quarter Horse breedingin colonial era, in the Carolinasand At the KJssimmee Livestock
ANNA J. REYNOLDSMost Florida started raising them Virginia. Match races were Market Wednesday, 8B0 cattle
gin to build up. These pelt..hould be controlled while of us in this area are in 1932. As time went on he run on the village streets and and calves were sold comparedto

infestations. are still light. Heavy infestations of either or OCTOBER 17 getting a lot of enjoyment from started "fooling around with i along country lanes near plan 795 a week ago.
both of these Mites can cause-severe leaf drop this time "October's bright blue weather -them and decided if I was goingto tations. Compared to last Wednesday
a.m.-Local Presidents & Directors Breakfast_
slaughter steers, heifers and bulls
of A number of combination can be appliednow. ," after a change from a very raise them I might as well
year. sprays
________Hibiscus Room, Cherry Plaza hot and humid The them." Seldom were the horses run too few either or both weeks for
summer. race
Trithion Ethion and Delnau combination
sprays (Courtesy Florida Nitrogen Company) of the few daysof Nine after Partin got over 440 yards, hence the colloquial test, cows strong on kinds present
bright days past years
that will control all of these Mites. Tedion and Chloro- name, "quarter miler." As and calves strong to 50chigher.
7:30-8:00 a.m.-Florida CowBells Roundup Coffee_ the past few weeks should be started, the "registry" was be- .
benzilate combined will also give good control thoroughbreds became popular; Stocker steers and heifers
___________.__.._-_-.____Cherry Plaza perfect for many outdoor activities gun.; Florida Is now first in registered in the eastern states the Quarter steady to strong, cows 51.00-
8:00: a.m.-'til-Registration__: ______Cherry Plaza such as shuffleboard games Quarter Horses in the Horse was pushed west and used 2.00 higher and calves strong to
October the Florida Cattlemen's and picture taking. So many Southeast with 2,692.
Thursday, 17 at 2:30 51.00 higher. Best action was on
8:00: a.m.-Florida CowBelles General Business mainly for cow ponies. Only
folks will be dusting off their Quarter Horses are actually
Association will dedicate the State thin stocker
Headquarters Session._._... ..__....__.____Cherry Plaza shuffleboard and camera equip- only a small portion of Geech's since the foundation of the Amer- cows.
building on Bermuda Avenue, following the dedi- 9:00: a.m.-General Business Session__.______ ment. One event which many business, but it appears to be his ican Quarter Horse Association 16.00 Utility one slaughter Commercial cows 51400-$17.00,
cation will be a hospitality hour at the Elks Club followed ____Egyptian Room, Cherry Plaza residents of the Gardens will favorite. He talks fondly of the registry in 1941 have they madea cutter 120014.50, canner $10.50-(
comeback of the Mis-
by a steak barbecue at Tupperware Auditor- Call to Order: President Ralph Cellon. enjoys the picnic and swim- mare that gave him top qualifying 12.50.
ium. Those that do Orlando to be held Thurs- time in race last but sissippi. lb. 521.50-
not go to to register can Invocation E. Otis Moore 1st Presbyterian ming party on a year Good 250-150 calves -
: ,
pick up tickets for all events at the Chamber of Com- day, Oct. 17, at 10 a.m. let him down in the race. According to authorities the 23.50, few up to 25.75, standard
Church, Or ando. "We had a thoroughbred trainer Quarter Horse is the most 518.50-2250. utility $17.5019.50.Standard .
in Kissimmee. vers-
merce Welcome: Robert S,Carr,Mayor,City of working with her the last atile, best all-around horse the vealers 52.00-2500.
i 'Orlando. Mr. Walter Lissauer is con week before the race end she world has known. Common and few medium 400-)(
From time to time both industry and the Food and Response: 1st Vice President W. D. Roberts. valescing at his home on 711 just didn't have anything left for ever 600 lb. feeder-stoeker steers
Drug Administration receive reports from consumers i George St. after being a patient the race. Tm going to give hera 515.00-18.00, one 519.25, one good
Introduction of Guests: Pres. Ralph Cellon. FOR COMMERCIAL+
who believe they've found glass in canned seafood- in an out-of-town hospital.Mr. chance to redeem herself this 52L50.
? Roll Call June Gunn. PRINTING can the Gazette of- i
: Secretary<< year though," he said. Common heifers $ 00-17.50,
especially shrimp.Examination 9:30: a jn.-"Livestock Exports," G. T. Stack, Consul for and Mrs. Edgar Thoman The Quarter Horse is both the ke, 8412881. Free estimateson one $19.00.
however, usually reveals it isn't glassat Peru in Tampa. left for their home up North, oldest and youungest breed of aU types of job printing at Common cows 515.G@-17.00, Inferior .

all, but "struvite"crystalline magnesium ammon- 9:35: a.m.-Legislative Committee Report: Dr.,T. P. after visiting with Mr. Thoman's horses in America. reasonable prices. $ .

ium phosphate to the chemist which occasionallyforms Chaires, Chairman. mother at her home on George .

in canned seafood from normally present con- Street. i
stituents. 9:40 a.m.-Feeder Comm. & Transportation Report:

Elliott Whitehurst, Chairman.
While struvite isn't actually desirable, it doesn't 9:45: a.m.-Tax Committee Report: Vice President Lati- Pfc. William Marvin Jr. is .
affect the tt f tfu2ft.he.rood at'all. Seafood canners 1 r. Turner Chairman. '- spending his leave at the homeof
mer '.
have devoted considerable attention to the,problemof his parents, Mr. and Mrs. for truck owners ,
struvite formation, but still haven't been able to a.m.-"Penalty: of Leadership, Dr. E. T. York, U. Wm. Marvin. He will return to
of F. Provost for Agriculture. duty at Camp LeJeune, N.C.,
prevent 10:45: aon.-Historical Panel: June Gunn (Moderator), next Sunday.Mr. .
If, however, you do happen to find a hard, clear Judge Alto Adams, P. E. Williams, H. O. who need a new one now 1
bit of material in canned here's .
crystalline seafood. a and Mrs. Edward Nes-
Partin,Sen. Irlo Bronson, and Dr. T. J.
simple test to distinguish between struvite and glass. Cunha. sling of 1632 Catherine St. enter-

Simply place the material in warm vinegar for a tained out-of-town guests last Things Chevrolet has developedsince Chevrolet truck engineS-fours, sixes,
11:15 a.m.-Ladies' Luncheon and Style Show..._..__ weekend.
while. The struvite crystals will dissolve; glass, pi ___:...:______.___.__Poolside, Cerry Plaza the last time you bought to V8's.Stronger. l
course, 11:45 a.m.-ANCA Australian Trip Report: C. S. Rade- .jMr. for frames. Every conventional
more :
I and Mrs. W. L. Auger give you your money
1964 Chevrolet truck has
1'- baugh, Sr. President. a laddertypeframe.
__ recently returned home after
(Courtesy Florida Assn of Livestock Markets and:Haile-u spending some time at their former Double-wall construction. This feature This type is more resilient, better
Society Mgrs. of Chevrolet cabs and the Fleetside able to give with the load and terrain.Its .
I Dean Seed Co.,luncheon;,Dickson & Ives, Inc., .home up North.
pickup body has two advantages. Insula- simple design also makes it easier to
style )
; Make Plans For Events fc Mrs. Thomas Harnett informs tion and sound-deadening material is mount special bodies on the truck. Its
2:30: p.m.-Dedication of FCA Headquarters Building,
riveted side rails
us she is no longer connectedwith sandwiched between the two, layers of are stronger.
i Kissimmee. Florida Realty Counsellorsin steel in the cab to give more comfort;
ST. CLOUD At a board ofi! There they will be given street Entertainment Osceola High School Band. you Greater model selection. This time
: a sales capacity. in the body, the lower inner wall acts as
managers meeting, the United assignments and adults will furnish you're going to find it a simple matter to
Master of Ceremonies Pat Wilson Chair- buffer load
: a against damage, preservingthe
Church Women o( St. Cloud transportation and accom- pick the exact type of Chevrolet truck
made plans for the observanceof pany the children on their calls.The man, Site & Building Comm. Dr. Olive Fish has returned outer appearance of the truck. for the kind of work you do. In delivery

World Community Day and money obtained by.the chil- Invocation: FCA Past Pres.P. E. Williams home Holiday after Hospital being in a Orlando.Mr. patient. in Suspension to fit the truck. Conven- trucks, for instance, in addition to regular -

for trick or treat for the United dren will be used to purchasefood Welcome: Osceola Cattlemen's Ass'n and tional halfand three-quarter-ton models panels and pickups, we have eleven
Nations Information Culture and and medicine for needy Chambers of Commerce. have with different: sizes of ready-made walk-in
Education Foundation. children in all parts of the and Mrs. George Beau- independent front suspension
Local United Church Women'sPresident world. Building Project History: FCA Past Pres. champ are currently attending variable rate coils in the rear. Variablerate vans, some with full-width rear doors.

;.Mrs. E. D. Day said The Presbyterian ladies under Louis Gilbreath. meetings of the Water Confer- coils do not"bottom out"as readily. Quality and value. Chevrolet todayare

Mrs. Francis Johns of Narcoossee the chairmanship of Mrs. Han Dedication: Commissioner of Agriculture ence in New Orleans. Mediums and heavies have I-beam a lot more truck than your money

is the UNICEF chairman' del H. Brown, will present the Doyle Conner. suspension with variable-rate leaf springs.It bought the last time, and yet the price
again this year. Plans are be- World Community Day programIn Special Remarks: u U. S. Senator :Spessard The regular meeting of the automatically stiffens as the load tag is just about the same as 5 or 6 years
ing made for the children of .their church annex on Friday, Holland. Friendship Club will hold their increases-and vice versa. It means a ago. Call your Chevrolet dealer for information -
the three churches, November 1, at 2 The luncheon in
participating p.m. program regular meeting for demonstration.
5:15 p.m.-Get Acquainted Hospitality Hour ___ smoother, flatter ride regardless of load, or a
theme is "Nation
the Episcopal, Presbyterian and Buildingand Kissimmee on Thursday, Oct.
Methodist to meet at their own the United Nations". The ___-__________Kissimmee Elks Club 17. a better handling truck.
churches after school on October speaker will be Mrs. L V. Meyers (Courtesy Florida Angus Association)
28, 29, 30. and her subject is "Nation 6:30 p.m.-Convention Steak Barbecue__________._ ONCE OVER LIGHTLY: The right engine. Chevrolet never has
Building a Channel to Peace." A patient visited a psychia been in better position to give you the
___ ____...Tupperware Auditorium
Ladies who wish to contribute -:- trist. As soon as he entered the type and size you need for maximum
Complete material gifts to help the underprivileged (Courtesy Hi-Acres,Inc.,Fertilizer Division) office he began to stuff tobaccoin efficiency. Today there are many different -

are asked to bring 9:30 p.m.-DanCe &Midnight Brunch___.__ his ear."What capacities of gasoline and diesel Quality trucks always cost (less!

GROVE cotton piece goods or any items ___.____Egyptian Room, Cherry Plaza can I do for you?"
for baby layettes. The women's asked the doctor.
SERVICE societies of each church plan to FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18 ."Well" said the patient "the 1964 CHEVROLET TRUCKS

give a money gift to purchase 7:30-8:00: a.m.-Florida CowBelles Roundup Coffee first thing you" can do is to give

items needed,to finish the lay- -______________._____Cherry Plaza me a ligh -- -- .- -- - .
ettes.All church women of the St. 8:00 ajn.-Florida CowBelles General Business Session There is only one way to han- _

... .Cherry Plaza dle a woman. The trouble isnobody
t Cloud area are cordially invitedto ------ ----- ----
-- attend the World CommunityDay 9:00: a.m.-General Business Session_.-_______.___ )knows what it is. (A

:0.; _e. program and to remain forrefreshments _____,..Egyptian Room,Cherry Plaza man must have dreamed up
', .'\ .. and fellowship aft- that one!)
... Call to Order President Ralph Cellon.
G.M. er the meeting. 9:05 ajn.-"Proposed Feeder Calf Grading Standards,"

Don Wakeman, U.of F. t. ,
HUGHEYGROVE City Gets $7,652.98The
9:10 ajn.-"Status of Dual Grading System," Dr.A. Z. FIRST

SERVICE& City of Kissimmee received Palmer,U.of F.
MANAGEMENTSpd $7.662.98<< cigarette tax for the 9:15 a.m.-Animal Disease Advisory Comm. Report: NATIONALBANK'

month of August according to Sen.Irlo Bronson,Chairman
,Boom A Hand Richard G. Keating. director of
Spraying the State Beverage Department. 9:20 ajn.-Imports,Budget & Finance &other reports.

FcrtffizJng ft Dusting Keating stated that the net 9:35: a.m.-Presentation of Honorary Directors. .
.Mechanical&Cultivating Having,BankIng dgahete tax collections for that 9:45 a.m."Status of U.S. Beef Industry,"C. W. McMil-

month was 4354376.28( and that lan, Executive Vice President,American KISSIMMEE FLORIDA L
for P.rsonoBz.d Srvk JU387.912.08 went to State Gen- National Cattlemen's Ass'n. ,
eral Fund and the rest was distributed -
to qualified municipali 10:15 a.m.-Marketing Panel: Gilbert Tucker(Moderator i/
: __
Donaoon Ava.KUrimmaa i.ties. '. ),John Stiles, Gifford Rhodes, Dr.T.J.

'-. Cunha,Harry Witt, Marvin Kahn, and Serving the

Alto Adams,Jr. Interests

RANCH -: GROVE 11:15 ajn.. .:Special Selection.Reports and 1964 Convention Site of Fanning Osceola, Countyfor

Report of Resolutions Committee. Over 35 Year

SPREADER SERVICEEARL Report of Nominating Committee,Election Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about any type sf truck

of Officers. ___._____ ____ ___ _____. .uuu____..____.. u___,_._.___._
.. .12:00 noon-Adjournment. f
OWNER Board of Directors. ,
12:15 p.m.-Meeting, '" >- -
TT.raf I. Free Orange Juice Convention.All Will Be Served. Throughoutthe r -- :- STARLING CHEVROLET, INC.

sera tilltiila ,
Ladies Invited to Florida Cowbelle Functions-
Port ()ffke "x' 143 KN.IMM.. ...: EaiwiduteM
Plaza i
Meeting sites will be posted in Cherry lobby.

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