Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00302
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Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: October 24, 1963
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Oct. 11, 1984.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079939
Volume ID: VID00302
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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VOL. 69-NO. 46 Ktssinunee.Entered 1 as Osceola Second Count ass, o r ofI KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1963 Established Pfcooe 847-2881 1894 s 32PRICE- TEN CENTS

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Left Boat-Early-Cade Secretary Adams Dedicates I

This A.M. -:);:, Clarence L. Thacker Lock"Behind

Hardy boatmen, prepared to

b aI tow their boats over sandbars if this spillway you have cry" Adams pointed out "butit The dedication was followed bya water control works under construction -
necessary, left Kissimmee this captured the most common but is the foundation upon whichwe free barbecue given by the or soon to be built
I .r x morning on the 14th annual Boat- yet the most valuable of all must continue to build if we citizens of Osceola County and hroughout the great KfasimmeeRtvw

a-cade. our natural resources-water. expect to curb the floods which the Kissimmee Chamber of Com k Basin to serve a five county
I S Over 200 boats left the city's So said Secretary of the State wash more than oneandaquarter merce. area of central Florida, Miles
lakefront to the tune of "Anchor's Tom Adams as he spoke at the million dollars out of your said
Aweigh" during the first few Improvement of Southport Can-
of darance
dedication the
hours of the morning.The Thacker locks Canal economy year. al, between Lakes Tohopekaliga A total of 12 carrels 10 dams
week's festivities started at Southport Adams said if we expect to and Cypress and the construction and spUlways, the lock on South-
Monday with a boat show. Tues- yesterday morning. have and hold the water in abundance of the new spillway and port Canal and a number of gated
Introduced State Senator
,r day's highlight was a fishfry. On trio by Adams upon which our economy lock was completed under a contract culverts will be built throughout
Wednesday morning Secretary of Bronson, Secretary both tourist and industry, for $840,000. The contractor the lakes region of Ojceola
State Tom Adams was principal said more than 40 billion gallonsof depends and if we expect to Gregg, Gibson and'Gregg, Orange and Polk Counties.
falls Florida each
j speaker at Southport locks dedi- water on have the expanded outdoor recreational Inc., is currently at work building These works will provide year-
cation at which time the late day is and that at but present the the supply opportunities w h I c h another spillway and lock on around water control for a 1,633-

Clarence L. Thacker, well known adequate doubles ,the demand as population will- are being demanded by the ever the Kissimmee River about 15 square-mue area of the Upper
Gssimmee war hero and civic increasing population in the Kis miles north of Lake Okeechobee. Kissimmee River Valley.
rt leader was honored. double. simmee River Valley and The contract for that structure Already functioning< the Oar-
"We should not allow ourselvesto
Thacker once served on the become too satisfield Adams throughout central Florida. amounts to $1.1 million. ance L. Thacker lock has
Central and South Florida Flood Some 1,000 persons attendedthe brought the water level in the
said, "with this structure whichis A total of seven lock and spill-
dedication of the lock structure lake to desired of
up a stage
Control Board and has
a plaque
for without the structures will be constructed
now complete way
been placed on the locks in his S-61, at the south end of 53 feet above mean sea level.A .
other works that are planned to on the 97-mile
Lake Tohopekaliga them the level of the lake
among year ago
memory.On complete the Kissimmee River Waterway. Each lock will be 30
state and Federal officials, members had fallen to an all-time low,
Wednesday night a Ship-I project this one structure will do by 90 feet and will pass boatsof
of the Flood Control District more than four feet below normal -
wreck Luau held at Jaycee
was little to return the investmentyou six-foot draft. Ultimately boats
board and staff, and .
Beach sponsored by all three governing Kis-
have in it. will be able to travel from
chapters of Beta Sigma Phi and Without the other reservoirsand officials of the Army Corps of simmee to the Atlantic Ocean or Improvements to Canal 31 between

this was followed by a briefingon the improved river channel Engineers.In the Gulf of Mexico via the canal Lake TohopekaUga and
r xS water conditions and a dance. and the other spillways and control addition to Secretary Adams system through Lakes Tohopekaliga East Lake Tohopekaliga and con-

The first night's stop will be devices the Southport lock in and Senator Bronson, other Cypress Hatchineha Kis struction of a spillway on that
at Four E Camp. There a barbe- itself will do little to serve you speakers at the dedication included simmee thence south via the canal were completed earlier this
cue 2->.d dance is scheduled. On who have contributed through Riley S. Miles of Kissim Kissimmee River to Lake Okee- year under a contract of 164.000;

Friday night Qewiston will play district taxes for its construcion, mee. chairman of the FCD; Ed chobee and on to either coast via by Bunnell Piling Company. That
host and the Boat-a-Cade queen Adams said. Dail FCD executive director, federal waterways. structure has also brought the
Y will be crowned and prizes 'This is the first major flood and Col. H. R. Parfitt district Southport Canal and the Oar level of water up in East Lake

awarded. The third night's stop control structure to be built in engineer Army Corps of En- ance L. Thacker Lock Is a vital Tohopekaliga to the desired

will be at Indiantown.On the Kissimmee River this cen gineers, Jacksonville. link in a $35 million system of stages since it became operative
Sunday the more venture-
some souls will start the 152-
mile haul back to Kissimmee. Renumbering Would ?: / -
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QUEEN CROWNED Judy Williams, 1962-63 Homecoming Queen turns her Boats from throughout the

crown over to Dianne Pierson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pierson. Miss Pier- country cruise this and Canada were on the Affect Very Few

4 son was elected 1963-64 Homecoming Queen last week by the student body of year.

Osceola High School. Sandra Adams, daughter of DeL and Mrs. Don Adams was
elected Maid of Honor. (Photo by Eby) COllllllissionAccepts Numbering of houses and business Following the Miami pattern t.
structures in accord with a intermediate streets between regularly -
"gridiron system" is Part One of numbered streets will be
In Ceremonies
Pregame :he chamber of commerce proposal .called Terraces, and intermediate
for Kissimmee. Part Two is Avenues win be called Courts
.* t the changing of street designations and Places.

from names to numbers. Along with the grid system is
Dianne Pierson IsHomecoming : BudgetST. This is the second article in a the quadrant system by which

series on this important community ti e community is divided into

',- CLOUD-Utilities Commission proposal.) ; N.E., N.W., S.W., and S.E. quad-

\ QueenDianne formally accepted the 1963- If property numbering in Kis rants. "For practical purposes,
: 64 budget by a unanimous vote. simmee were made to conform the S.E. quadrant consists of

The $656,700 budget win be pre- to a gridiron pattern so that Bermuda -_the business section for whichno
Avenue would mark the changes suggested,
sented for adoption to the City are says
Pierson was crowned and Susan Warden of the 'fresh- for the Homecoming Ceremoniesand Commission at its next meeting. i 1200 block on all east-west' McDaniel. It win not be neces- -: .....
" Homecoming Queen of 1963-64 man class. football game. r streets so that Vine Street would Qarv to add S.E. to these addresses
Although the vote was unani
-i in the I be the 1200 block on an north- because this area is confined by DEDICATES BUILDING-Doyle Conner, Florida's Commissioner -
Friday. night pregame ceremonies The week.was highlighted by a During the pre-game ceremonies mous. Commissioner Joe Bowman
.aUOsceola'High s 1foot Snake Dance" through town-and, .the sophomore class,.sponsorsof inquired if_ acceptance of the south. streets a study by the the lake' and expansion, is' un of Agriculture, was the principal speaker at the
The.crowning* was-.the finale- -to an effigy- burning .Wednesday: -the event presented "Atr.-. .By. budget win close the door to dis- chamber of commerce indicatesthat likely." dedication of-the Florida .Cattlemen--Aweoiattoa head
She week's festivities. night and a parade of the student ron Hileman a plague for Mr. cussions' or approval of an insur- only numbers on north-south However Just as there Is now quarters building here last Thursday1 Florida Cattleman
Sandra Adams'was voted Maidof body band drill team class Hileman, the honoree, who was ance plan for employees. streets in the northeast area of East Oak Stree and West Oak Photo)
Honor in the Queen's Court. floats with the queen candidatesand unable to attend due to Illness. Plans for an adequate hospitalization the city and east-west streets in Street (as provided in the present
The ceremony was sponsored by the football team Friday They also surprised"Miss Martha program fell throughlast the southwest area of the city code), under the proposed new Conner Was SpeakerCattlemen
would have to be changed.. system there win be an Avenue
'the sophomore class. Both girls afternoon. Simerly, sophomore class faculty year although funds were
are seniors and were elected last About 300 students turned out advisor in charge of Homecoming allocated in the budget for that "This is the least that shouldbe Four N.E.. and :Avenue Four
week' by the student body of the for the Snake Dance and ran with a corsage in apprecia= purpose. done to correct our problemin N.W. and an Avenue Four. S.W.so Dedicate
school. County Voting Machineswere through town in single file hold- tion of the help she rendered in Unless unforeseen difficultiesarise Kissismmee," states Fred Mc- that use of the quadrant designations -

used in the election. ing hands. They started at the preparation of the successful it is fairly certain than an Daniel, chamber of commerce win be an important part(
Other girls in the court were: Monument of States, curled event. insurance plan will be presentedto manager."It of the address.A New HereRalph
Linda Williams and Joyce Bax- around Broadway, then proceeded After' the game Miss Piersonwas utilities employees for their Is estimated that this would chart at the chamber office Building
ter representing the junior class to the school to gather for the honored guest at a danceat consideration. The entire Utilitiy affect only 900 household and shows the relative size of the
Polly Thacker and Maxine An- some cheers and to burn the Ft. the high school cafeteria spon- Commission., Mayor Fred Ford business addresses in the commu- three significant quadrants under
tonnuci representing the sophomore Meade team in effigy.A sored by the cheerleaders. Some Joe Bowman, and Louis Benson nity." the uroDOsed plan, all of whichis Cellon, Sr., of Alachua : One of the high ponts of the
class, and Jennifer Pierson capacity crowd turned out 250 students attended the dance. have voiced opinions that such Assume however that the Implied in the present ordi- was reelected president of the I business session was a report
fringe benefits are necessary.The Chamber's Proposal for changingthe nance and this represents no Florida Cattlemen's Association from Tommy Sloan of Fort
street designations as well as change whatever.It of officers Pierce, chairman of the Florida
CommissionersSnub subject has been broughtup during the annual election
Nunn Endorses adoption of the grid system are is not difficult to demonstratethe Beef Council out that
informally before the City which was one of the high- pointing
adopted. The ,downtown diagonal value of the grid system, andas
Fred Karl Commission and, although definite lights of the 1963 annual convention -the Council is about to completeone
street area and curving streets has been pointed out this of its record for both
action has not been taken at Orlando and Kissimmee yean
State Rep. Fred Karl of Volu- the climate seemed! to be favor in Canterbury Terrace, Orange would affect the home numbers October 1 -18. activities and Income.
Amendment 3ST. sia County, a candidate for governor able for future consideration. Gardens, Aldersgate and Dell- of some 900 homes on 20 streets. All of the other association of- Stan also presented plaques to
wood Park would be Each resident of the
largely un- present
A. D. Davis and Glenn Woodwardof
of Florida in the 1963 elec- ficers were also reelected. They
changed. Vine street Bermuda houses affected would have his .
Winn-DMe Store in
snubbed D. Roberts. recognition
tian was Monday by are as follow: W.
Commission Gets and Thacker house number increased approxi- :
CLOUD Unless State to buy the lands now, than to four Osceola County commissioners avenue avenue I Immokalee, first vice president: of their outstanding cooperation -
Amendment number three the wait and purchase the lands who declined an invitation to Road Fund would be unchanged, and numbers mately 400 numbers and duringthe R. D. Bennett, Greenwood and in beef promotior projects
ReportThere on Main and Emmett would period of transition there
Outdoor Recreation Referendum each year when the money comes attend a Rotary Club luncheon Latimer H. Turner Sarasota second With nearly 400 persons record.
about 400 numbers. would be duplicate num-
is approved by voters on Nov. in. "The state has never lost one where Karl spoke. will be almost $700,000 increase many vice presidents; June Gum, ed on the registration rolls the
Other streets in the wouldbe bers on these streets. This area
5th the proposed recreation program cent on the purchase of lands be- Commr. Tom Bumby said he available for county road funds given numerical designations of confusion would be eliminatedif Kissimmee, secretary; and O. L. convention was considered one ofFCA.s
planned for Central Florida cause of the steady increase inland after meeting the payment on "Slim": Partin, Klssfanmee treas most successful events according -
declined the bid because oKarl's with :Avenue One, Aevenue Two. BOTH number and designationwere to
will be set back and values and there is this Higbie
many years no reason the road bond issue year urer.
position on reapportionment. etc. taking the place of Palmway. changed: While each house .
the area stands to lose thousands to believe the same thing county commissioners were informed Art Higbie of Kissimmee will A variety of other matters wen-
Commr. Chester Barber Brack Street etc. and First would have two correct addressesit
of acres of land that would have will not continue to occur in the Monday. continue to serve the organization also handled daring the 1963 convention
said he had heard all he wanted I II Street Second Street, etc., tak- would be perfectly clear under business cessions-
been dedicated for public use. future, Nunn declared.It The state road department issued as executive vice presidentOne
about Karl's position on education ing the place of Verona and which rules you were playing!
members of four Kiwanis dubs was pointed out that outdoor I a report of road finances of the chief features of the A budget of $32,091 was approved
Cbmmrs. Oren Brown and Mabbette etc. (To be Continued)
were told here Monday night. recreation is the nation's largest as of July 1, the start of the entire convention was the dedi- for 1964. PICA budget for last
L. J. made comment.
Lawrence J. Nunn Administrative industry and is still growing by Harvey no new year.It cation of the new FCA head- year was $31.026. bat necessary
Assistant at the Central and leaps and bounds. ."Every resident Speaking on reapportionment. I showed that carried over Martin Plant To quarters building In Kissimmeeon unbudgeted& items brought the total -
Southern Florida Flood Control of Florida profits by out- Karl said a "relatively small from last year was $362,236.69. Thursday afternoon October spent to $33.161.It .
District:,, told Kiwanians that the door recreation," he noted, and percentage of the people elect Revenue expected this year totals 17. wac annowiced that plans are
proposed bond referendum would added "Florida's economy is bas- and, therefore, control the legis- 762000. This makes a total of Commissioner of Agriculture already being processed for the
not increase taxes one cent, but ed on the tourist industry and 'lature" and warned that the situation $1,124, 236.69 available for all Dedicate CenterFlorida's Doyle Conner who made the principal -1964 MId.Yeer Conference to behead
would make it possible to buy without available outdoor recreation threatens the strength of road purposes this year in Os- remarks at the dedication. at Port St. Lade, near Fort
the necessary lands now before the tourist industry will dis- state government ceola County. said: "Here Is visible evidence Pierce, in Jane of next year.

prices rise out of sight, "and appear" Governor Farris ers 127,800 square feet-will that our Florida cattlemen are Convention site selection chair-
more important while the lands The bond referendum if passed Bryant will trigger a ruby include a Structures & Mechanics aware that they are entering a man Leroy Former at Sarasota
are still available.;' will provide adequate areas laser beam trigger a ruby Laboratory, Aerosci- new era-one in which they can also announced a bid from the
Nunn spoke before the St for salt and fresh water fishing v Campany's new multi-million ences Laboratory Materials profit from all the experienceof Leon County Cattlemen's Association
Cloud Kiwanis dub meeting that hunting camping picnicking dollar Research Center at Orlando Laboratory, Physical Science the past and which poses for for the 1964 annual convention -
was attended by large delegations -'hiking boating salt and fresh at ceremonies scheduled Laboratory, Electromagnetic an of us a real challenge for the next October and an invitation -

from Kiwanis Clubs in Or water swimming, skiing nature for 10 a.m. Saturday, November Laboratory, and Information future. s from the St. Johns CountyCattlemen's
lando. South Orlando, Sanford study, pleasure driving and 2. Science Laboratory. Conner pointed oct that be wa Association for FCA's .
and Kissimmee.The availability of historical or archaeological The Center-destined to be Martin's $3 million dollar Impressed by the list of names 1966 Mid-Year Conference.
speaker said the Outdoor sites in every region oJ the state's largest and most expansion program also In- published in the October issue of J. J. Bronson of Cleveland'
Recreation plan for Central Florida Florida.If y modern industrial research fa cludes a new 200' x 220 two- The Cattleman whose contribu- John B. Daogharry of Deland.
calls for obtaining 95,< acres of wilderness land 81 salt the voters Nunn said the major scientific laboratoriesfor also nearing completion, the new buflding. I kins of Dade City Cedrick M.
water boat accesssites, 70 fresh state will then move forward to the conduct of both fun between the Main Plant and He congratulated Florida cat- Smith Sr.. of Wacaheota and
water boat access sites 9.7 set an adequate goal for recrea- Y damental and applied re- Personnel Building. tlemen on the steady improvement H. E. Wolfe of St. Augustine

miles of salt water beach front- tional needs for the year 1970. search. Also included are re- Initially, 425 scientists, technicians of their livestock which has were all honored by scesiirtatton
age, 23 fresh Water swimming Pointing to the rapid changesin is 11' = mote hottest facilities for exploring and administrative come about by hard work and of honorary FCA directorship

sites and 19 historical or archec-! central Florida brought about : new aerospace mater- personnel will occupy the Re- proper planning.. plaques.
logical sites in this area alone 1 by Cape Canaveral Martin .and ials and structures, ordnance search Center with that num- Master of ceremonies at the Cody Bailey of Fort Pierce
"The Outdoor Legislative Ad 1 hundreds of smaller industries, device research facilities and ber to be increased over the braiding dedication was Pat Wilson president of me Florida Junior

passed by the 1963 Legislature,"I Nunn emphasized that without extensive ranges for testing next several years. of Frostproof, chairman of Chamber of Commerce honored
the speaker said "provided for a! adequate recreational areas ioi advanced communications The Center will not only FCA's permanent site and build Higbie by presenting Mm with a
five per cent tax, at the whole- these people Central Florida will t techniques and laser illuminating enhance Martin's position in ing committee. while Louise Gfl- plaque for outstanding service to
;' level on certain items of breath of St Augustine. FCA past the Florida JayCees in Ms capacity -
sf.je cease being the desirable location and ranging devices.In the field of advanced technology
outdoor recreation equipment." being sought today by modern addition to Governor but will also, according president remarked on the baSd- as executive secretary from

All of this money in addition to industry. a..k Bryant, major addresses will to company officials, give lug project history. 1960-54.
money from several other sources be given by William .B. Bergen considerable advantages to While In Kissinimee on Thurs Members displayed their re-
will be made available to the SaleThe Martin Company president the State. It is expected that day. FCA members attended a soect and gratitude tor service
newly formed state Outdoor Recreation Candy and G. T. Wflley, vice the Center will help attract Get Acquainted Hosritattty Hour rendered by Secretary June Guts
Committee and will be at the Kissimmee Elks dub sponsored of Klssimmu by a moment of
Osceola High School Band president and general manager scientists and engineers to
used for purchase of the needed opens its annual candy sale this of Martins Orlando Div this area; it will increase by the Florida Angus Association silent prayer for his speedy recovery +
lands for outdoor recreation. weekend. The musicians will be ision. Martin's opportunities for and the convention from a seriow sickness,
Ntffla said this tax will bring selling "The World's Finest Choc, PRIZE WINNING FISH-Mitch Watford, 4, won first, Research efforts at Martin- new contracts, with a result steak barbecue at Tupperware which caused him to miss the

i in from $3 to $4-million per year olate" from door to door for 5U. t prize in the 1 to 14 year old class at the fishathon held Orlando are currently being ing impact on Florida's expanding Home Parties Auditorium sponsored first FCA covention during the office
But, he emphasized that it would cents a bar Proceeds will be: in conjunction with the Tupperware Employees party re carried on in 24 locations economy and will by Winn-Dixie Stores and many years that he has held

be much cheaper to pay the In-I used to help pay for new uni I cently. Mitch is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie J. Wat t throughout the plant. have a healthy effect on the the Fertilizer Division! of Hi- in ire organization
terest on a $50-million bond issue forms. ford 2606 Milton. The Bew center which cov- academic levels in the State. Acres Inc. (Continued on Page 6)aJ


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e Klssimmce Gazette KLwtmmee Flsu, Thurs, Oct. z.I. .1963 < ""- '''. I B
< ... -> Squad Plays

, o : "_. J.I I//"-.,.*, : ,.. ,:?: -' Avon Park

I- : .!'1* TonightWith
.:4 '
I kr *iC '. > i: ? a record of two wins

! r : 1 and two losses, the Osceola High _
B team has two
School gamesto _
j d
; A go before closing out the sea-

r 'son.The team journeys to Avon _

r a Park Thursday, October 24 to

'::; meet the junior varsity there at
,, "" 735 and will end the season i

',..... :: ..'-j' against Haines City here Hal-
loween night, October 31 at 7 _

; itr' -r 4 S. p.m.Coached by Henry Ramsey, ,

the B squad lost its first outing _
F to Lake Wales by a 7-0 score.
K. Lakeview beat Kissimmee 20-14 III': .
ffr ANOTHER TOUCHDOWN Steve Yowell, Kowboyback and since that time the team ". '. '
has beat Eustis Jayvees 3.6( "
steps across the goal line with little trouble for one and Apopka 200. ;'

of the touchdowns in the 27-13 tilt over Ft MeadFri Ramsey is high in his praisefor

day night. (Photo by Eby) his team efforts. He said i ACCEPTS GIFT FOR IIl'SBANDMn. Byron Hilemanis

Skipper Moon playing at left shown here at Osceola High School's Homecoming Fri

Kowboys Win Tough halfback has run up five touchdowns day night, accepting a gift for her husband who ie prin

two against Lakeview cipal. Stephanie Jewell and Glenda Matson, sophomoreclass
against Eustis and two
one homecoming sponsors are presenting it to her. H4te-
Game Over Ft. MeadeThe Apopka.
ji4Yti against
half man, who was honoree, was unable to attend the cere-
; Jack Tyner, running at
L1LtA back was cited by his coach as mony due to illness. (Photo by Eby)
.. Osceola High School Kbw- three a pass to end Larry Mitchell -
.fit.,.. a fine
playing game scoring
boys racked their fourth win for the tally..Tenldns went -
up : ''' .
twice against Eustis. Other play
OHS KOWBOYS BRAINTKUbT-The Usceola High School coaching statt under in a row Friday night before around end for the 13th point :
out out.
Pete Fawbush and 3,000 fans with a 27-13 decision Kissimmee came back in the ers pointed as having
head coach Jack Yearwood are, from left to right Roy Henry standing abilities are Richard
over the Fort Meade Miners in a third quarter, taking the ball on
Henry Ramsey. (Photo by Eby) Elevens looking good at end
Ridge Conference game. the[ Kowboy 30 on a fumble. Bob
where he has scored twice
Still it was more than Just a Magnaghi grabbed the loose ball ;
win because it was Homecoming.Coach and rambled 60 yards for another Gary Harrell looking like a
OHS Coaching Staff Jack Yearwood had been score. Parker again kicked. Quarterback comer at his quarterback posi-
called out of the city because of Ed Harell finished it up tion; Fullback Larry Newman
( the death of his mother and the with a three-yard toss to end who scored once and made several -

Has Close TiesTwo team couldn't let him down. So. Chuck Waylen and another to Eddie extra Duke points.scored i. .. : P
Many on a pass
under the direction of Assistant Gary Still -after an interceptionto
Coach Pete Wawbush, the team end the scoring.Fort from Gary Harrell against Apopka _
Guards John and Larry
played one of the most bruising Meade Kissimmee Ivey
of Coach Jack Year- native of New Smyrna Beach, Bruce, eight and Randy six. games of the season which saw 4 First Downs 13 Smith have played excellent
wood's braintrusters Pete he is a graduate of the University Pete Fawbush, the assistant six pass interceptions four by the 99 Rushing Yardage 215 ball both defensively and offen- "
Fawbush and Roy Henry of Florida. He attended varsity coach, has been at Kowboys. 50 Passing Yardage 13 sively; Mike Whitewolf looks ri
have something in common. Live Oak Street High OHS for two years. His main Fort Meade sooreJ first usinga 4-11 Passes 1-6 good as wingback and center ""
Both married girls from School in New Smyrna Beach duties consists of pass offense fumbled put to gain possessionon 2 Passes Intercepter by 4 linebacker I
Cumberland, Kentucky. As a and at this time played Osce- and working with the ends. the five yard line. Clifton Jenkins 3-22 Punts 1-40 "We have a young ball club,"!
matter of fact, Henry comes ola High against Bill Perry. He also coaches basketball. scored on the second play, o Fumble Lost 3 Ramsey said, "a real young! .. ..
from Cumberland himself. He attended the university ona Fawbush attended Union a pass from quarterback Donald 30 ;Yards Penalized 25 club. They have come along fine STEVE PARKER BOB MAGNAGHI
And the third member of scholarship for football, College at Barbourville, Ky. Durrance. Individual Yardage: considering this factor."
the Osceola High Coaching but was drafted into the army and Eastern Kentucky Stateat Kowboy Charlie White then recovered Fort Meade-Mosley 94; Jenkins Larry Houseman has been in-
staff, Henry Ramsey played before he could use it. He Richmond. He played bas- a Fort Meade fumble on 8: Knight 10. jured, looks good on both defense Parker Magnaghi
against Vocational Agriculture -taught school at Lake City for ketball baseball and track.A the Miner 23 and Steve Yowell Kissimmee-Yowell 98' Johns and offense and is expected ,
Teacher BIB Perry in three years before coming teacher of history and took the ball over in two tries. 61: Magnaghi 31: Harrefl 15. to be back in as left halfback

1941. Not only that, but Henry here. civics, he is married to the Stever Parker kicked the pointIn Fort Meade ,.6700-13 this week. Players of WeekIt
Ramsey played football Ramsey has been coachingthe former Delores Dixon of the same second quarter Kissimmee _ 7 0 14 6-27 Coach Ramsey, forever say
against Leesburg when Principal B squad for eight years. Cumberland. They live at 109 with only two minutes remaining F-Mosley 2 TOSS from Dur- ing his squad was a team effort,

Bryon Hileman was His first two years here were Forest Avenue and have four Durrance intercepted a Kissim ranee (run failed) went on to point out some other was hard to pick an out Chosen as back of the week
coaching the Yellow Jackets.It as line coach for the Kow children Mark six; Brian mee pass at the Fort Meade 40. K Yowell 15 nm (Parker kick) outstanding members of his unit. standing back and lineman of was Bob Magnaghi. 18, son of
is a closely knit story, boys under Superintendent of three; Scott, one-and-a-half, i After plowing to the 30 Durrance F-Cochran 30 pass from Dur- "Charles Croft and Carl Teel the week following the game Mr. and Mrs Danny Magnaghi
so taking it piece by piece, Public Instruction Bill Steph- and Steven three weeks. rance (Jenkins run) and Corky Parker have done with Fort Meade because the A senior and letterman, Bob
here's the way it ekes out. ens.He He taught at Leslie County ucation teacher at OHS. A Magnaghi 75 recovered fum- real good jobs at tackle," Ramsey entire Osceola High School Kow- plays defensive halfback and offensive
Henry Ramsey, coach of the is married to the for High School at Hyden, Ky., native of Cumberland, he at. ble (Parker kick) said. "Robert Pollum has boy squad played a fine game. wingback He played an
junior varsity, is dean of the mer Marion Halter of West- before coming here. tended the University of Ken- -Whalen 300 pas from Harrell been promoted to the varsity as However a decision had to be excellent defensive game against
assistants by way of seniority. minister Md. They live at The youngest member of the tucky where he majored in (Parker kick) center and his place has been made and Steve Parker 16, son Fort Meade, picking up a Miner
He has been teaching senior 1017 Mabette Street and have assistants is Roy Henry, in Physical Education and His K-Still 5 pass from Harrel taken by Roger Shorey. Bill of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Parker, .fumble and running 00 yards fora
math at OHS for 10 years. A,three children Bill, nine; his first year as physical ed- tory. While there he was as- (kick failed) Hale and Ken Smith played good Jr., was chosen lineman of the touchdown that tied the score.
sistant trainer for the college ball at guard and Mike Smith week. A letterman, Steve plays He also played a fine offensive
football team. and Paul Evans look good as offensive guard and defensive II'game.
He coached at CumberlandHigh Cub Pack Holds defensive ends." tackle. He played a fine all i
School for two years He said Joel Harbison looks around game against Fort
prior to coming here and is ;Monthly MeetingCub particularly good at defense in Meade doing the kickoffs and I HUSBAND. WIFECHILDREN ,

married to the former Paul- Scout Pack 295 held their at halfback. ..kicking three extra points. _ ,
ette Winstead of Cumberland. monthly meeting last week at the Other members of the Jayveesare
K They have two girls, Sandy. Nazarene Church Educational Alex Diggs, David Stello, "Gator Special" To r
Insured In One Plan!
three, and Tammy, two and building with the assistant cub- Raymond Icaza, George Lane
live on North Bermuda. master Ed Parker leading. Terry Stills, Gerald Stoddard Run November 9 Accident and illness can
All three coaches are highin The theme for October has Randy Langston Dean Brown,
their praise of Coach Year- been "Make Believe" so Halloween Robert Bowen and Paul Hart The Atlantic Coast Line will strike a family suddenlyand
wood and his ability to mold. was the subject. Prizes ford. operate a "Gator Special" KIs- hard; heavy expensescan
ABOUT BACK f fr teamwork. were awarded to Charles Eggersfor simmee to Jacksonville for the pile up in a hurry.

YOUR "He has the ability of tak the funniest costume, Jim Trooper HarrellTo Florida-Georgia game, November Here is a new Metropolitan -
ing a team and making it play Porter for most original and 9, 1963. with features
above its head," Coach Ramsey Mike Bowen for the most frightening Address GroupState The train will leave Kissimmee policy Hew
9:00: a.m., arriving Jacksonville that ean help you
says. Mrs. George Brunson's Trooper D. L. Harrell
And the record of the Kow. Den 3 captured the most parents will speak during the Young 12:40: p.m., and returning will depart pay hospital and surgical
boys this year against bigger present award from Mrs. Ear People's Hour at the Church of Jacksonville 5:40: p.m.. ar- expenses.
teams would seem to bear teen Roberson's Den 2. The Nazarene on Sunday, Oct- riving Kissimmee 9:25 p.m. I I Have details.
this out.Den Den 2 gave a short skit on ober 27, at 6:45 pan. Transfer between the station and I us give you
"Story Time" consisting of scary Trooper Harrell has been with the Gator Bowl will be by special A representative of the

bedtime poems, and Den 3 did a the Highway Patrol for a number bus.Round. j Metropolitan will be glad
Mothers of trip rail fare is 6.55. to call. Telephone or write
skit on "Growth of Trees. years and also highly in- I
Are NeededMrs. Wolf pens were given to Donald terested in church work and bus transfer $1.50 for a total of to Arthur F. Dyer Sr., 313
\ McMillan Donald Culver and youth activities.The $8.05. Portage St.. Kissiramee.
There is also a supply of Fla. Ph. 8472368.Metropolitan.
Earleen Roberson den Mike Harford; bear pens to Don regular evangelistic service -
\ mother of Den No. 2, announced ald Culber and Mike Harford; a will follow at 7:30 p.m. tickets at the regular price of Life
that more den mothers are need- denner bar to Donald Culver and On Sunday, November 3, Dr. $5.00 each for those who do not
ed to take the overflow of boys assistant denner bars to Mike Hugh C. Bermer, general super- already have tickets. Insurance Co.
eligible for Cub Scouts. Harford. Roy Roberts received intendent of the Church of the Final limit for picking up
Please contact Cubmaster Ed Bobcat and Bear pens and Larry Nazarene, will be the special, game tickets will be Thursday, New York 10, N. Y.

Russell for any further informa- Dailey the lion_ pen. .speaker at 7:30 p.m. I October 31st. ---- .



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College Students Here I, Methodist Church I

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For HomecomuigdameCoIIega : r '4F a Set New HoursReverend

students seen at the Dunsmore Reggie Collins, -tc G B. B. Williams pas- tor will bring a special message
football game Friday night Best wishes to. each' of you. I! tor of the First Methodist at the morning service and the
were Mike Suldo and Barbara Bill Trump has returned after Church announces a change in Chancel Choir will present the
Thacker from University of spending the summer in I : time of the Sunday evening serv- anthem "Greet Is Thy Mercy"by
Florida Ken Murphy from Ohio. s .. ices beginning this Sunday October Louvas.
Troy State Teachers College, Mrs. Laura Bre slerPettisis --tt 27th. On Sunday evening the MYF
Bill Stephens, Patsy Thacker back after spending the; The Methodist Youth Fellow- supper will be served by Mr.
and her roommate, Bobbie summer in Hendersonville, N. .J ship supper will be served at and Mrs. Bob Evans. The senior -
Dohr of Coral ,Gables, from 5:30, the MYF programs will high program will be di-
Florida State University.On C.Mr.. and Mrs. William Urich begin at 6, and the evening worship rected by Susan ScWeW and the

the birthday list this i of Kansas City, Kansas, who 1( service will be held in the junior high by Terry Macky
week are ,Patsy Whale, Sharon -have been visiting Mrs., aai sanctuary from 7 to 8 p.m. Last Sunday at the election of
Samuel, Randy Rolls, Tim 'Urich's parents, Mr. and Mrs.' The morning services will remain officers the following were
Mason, Roy Rohde A. F. Louis J. Zeh, 703 George St. the same-church schoolat chosen: Senior High-president

Crosby Bodo Kirchhoff, Mrs. Orange Gardens, have returned . . I: 9:45 and the worship serviceat JuUanne Miles; vice-president
Elizabeth Parker, Jim Wy- to their home in Kansas. f 11 a.m. This Sunday the Pas- Susan Schield; secretary Mar-
song; Wayne Johnson Harris I SURPRISE CORSAGE Miss Martha Simerly center, tha Sessions; treasurer Roberta

Daniel, Tommy Haye, Mim Seaman James I. Makert is sophomore class faculty advisor in charge of homecomingwas Pollom; publicity chairman
Hutchinson, Hester Smith, W. visiting his parents, Mr. and surprised during the ceremonies when Stephanie LeRoy C. Holm Shirley Dickson. Junior High-
E. Pound Shari Fiorigtfo, Mrs. D. Makert for fifteen Steve Farmer vice-
A. Dies On president. ;
Jewell, right and Glenda Matson sophomore class SaturdayLeroy
Jimmy Bovis, Pinky Hutcheson days enroute to his new sponsors president. David Dyer; secretary -
F. O. Ledbetter, Jean assignment in Pearl Harbor. for homecoming presented her with a corsage in ap- Patricia Allen; treasurer

Critchley, Marie Prather, Mrs. William Dow has returned preciation for her help in planning the event. (Photo by Charles Holm. 68, of 125 Debbie Taylor; MY Fund treasurer
Maude Dunsmore, Mrs. H. H. to 205 Neptune after Eby) Glendale Avenue Elkhart Ind- Barbara Viehman.The .
Hale, Marlene Padgett, HoWard spending the summer in iana, Internal Auditor for the special music at the Sunday

Stark, Terry Stahl, Cor Thompsonville, Conn. j Indiana Turnpike Commission evening service this week
delia Jordan Jeffrey Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wells passed away suddenly here early will be a solo sung by Miss
Carl Kenton Boots Jones, are back at their home at HOMECOMING PAGES Kit Evans daughter of Mr. Saturday two days after arriv- Beverly Taylor director of mu-
Carol Coppi, Charles Acree; 1627 Catherine Street after and Mrs. Tom Evans, and Randy Ramsey son of Mr. and ing for a vacation.He sic in the St. Cloud schools.

Jackie Calhoun, Dorothy Jor spending the summer in Con 3 Mrs. Henry Ramsey were the pages for the Homecoming was a native of LaPorte Miss Taylor originally from

dan. Evelyn Elliott, Maude cord. N. H. d ceremonies Friday night. (Photo by Eby) Indiana. A graduate of the University -Charlotte N.C., now resides in
of Minnesota he was a KL immeoe. More parents are
Your Club Presidents -- member of the Phi Gamma urged to bring their children to
;- Delta .
Fraternity.He this service since it now convenes
: 1! Junior Woman's Club Hold
was a member of St. Johns one half hour earlier.
Local Elks AuxiliaryIs \ Episcopal Church B.P.O. Elks .
r Chicken Barbecue At
LegionThe Lodge Number 425. Fraternal
; Order of Police Lodge Number SHRIMP
Active OrganizationMickey dl 'R..., y, Kissimmee Junior Wom committees, composed of the following -52, all Elkhart; Hadi Shrine In A Basket
f cf -- Yr an's Club held a chicken barbecue Marge Thomas Rae Over- Temple Scottish Rite Bodies _
for members and husbands street, Carol Johnston, Jean Wallis Reed Lodge Number 316 F: & FREE :ETTE
The Elks Auxiliary is possiblyone v Saturday evening at the American Bobbie Gant, Connie Hunter, A.M., 40 & 2 Voiture Number I
r of the most active organizations \ : Legion Home.A Mary Ellen Carter. Jane Parker, 471 all Evansville; Veterans of DRIVE-IN
in town and is very ably Pat Powers Carol Veleta, Gladys World War One Barracks num-
I headed this' year by Mickey throughout cafe theme the decorations was carried with Benton Pat England, Ruth Kimberly ber 954 and American Legion

(Mrs. Frank) Broyles. red and white checkered table ) Bernice Park Patsie Stur- Hamon Gray Post number 83, Bewfctmc+I t far e+r eael
devant, Pauline Rinkus Betty both LaPorte. Also National Association '. .
Mickey, her husband Frank, clothes and candles cast in drift-
Guelde Virginia Murray and of Certified Public Ac- .f .
and children Thomas and Carolyn wood. Joan
Chandler. Approximatelysixty countants.
Jean, moved to Kissimmeein
r Assisting during the eveningwere members and husbands at-
1956 from Wooster, Ohio. x"f the hospitality and Social I ended. Survivors include his wife
r I Alice Ridler Holm. One son. HALLOWEEN CARDS
Frank is a contractor and Mrs. Bertha Sears I Andrew James Holm Tallahassee.The .
L. MdPutyteeesencsHUNT
they have their own firm on funeral party left Sunday

Main StreetMickey Dies on MondayMrs. I II ManeuverArmy afternoon for Evansville, Ind-
I iana, where services and inter-
Bertha Densmore Sears,. PFC Andrew L Campbell BROS.
is active in ment were to be held Wednes-
any 87, died Monday night. She wasa son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
ization she joins. She has servedas : day afternoon. Grissom Funeral
secretary of the Elks Auxiliary WIN COUNTY TWIRLOFF-Bobbie Jo Hodala, center, retired registered nurse. Born W. Campbell. Intercession City Home was in charge of arrange- "THI OPEN FRONT STOH"Ornec
in Nova Scotia Canada she a member of the 1st ArmoredDivision's
and also is a past president congratulates two of her baton students Jan, left, and ments.
lived for many years in Brocton 16th Engineer Battalion -
of the Epsilon Sigma Alpha. Lynn Davis who won the Fourth Annual Osceola County Mass. Moving to Kissimmee fifteen participated in Exercise

Broyles She is also a member of the Championship Twirloffs in the Junior and Senior Classes years ago she was a member LEFT HOOK, a division size
choir of the First Christian respectively. > of the First Presbyterian maneuver conducted at Fort : CMCMxy '.&395Ra"'NU.
James H. Doran Church. Church of Kissimmee.She Hood, Tex., late in September. ,
is survived by one brother. During the exercise, the en- 0
Aboard CarrierMarine When not busy with her many Dr. James Densmore of Port gineers erected four bridgesover
duties she likes to pursue her Lynn Davis Takes Clyde Nova Scotia, Canada anda a river and helped move 1.TEAR
Private First Class hobbies of swimming and em- sister Mrs. Florence D. Lam- the entire combat-equiped division nun JAMES HUTCHINSON
James H. Doran. son of HarryC. broidering. prey of Kissimmee. across in less than 12 hours. MctropofHoft IMVTOK c.
Doran of Kissimmee, is serve Title Funeral services were held in Campbell a bridge specialistin E.TAT&ANN'NO AND BU..N". IN..IAANS.,

ing aboard Tthe attack aircraft . . Twirling the chapel of the Riedel Funeral the battalion's Company E,
carrier USS. Shangri Lai operate Home Wednesday with Rev. entered the Army in November ..
ing qut of Mayport.. , , There< is one ,sure way of telling I DolT'Van .Etteji.:officiating: The"body 1961 and completed basic train'ing __ -METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY*" -
> whether your doctor is modern The fourth annual KissimmeBoataCade' ungsley, Eau Gallic* 12, 1st, Orricc' : 2O3 NOWTM MAAMOI.IA AvNYL.. OMUAM. FCA. :
will be forwarded to Broc- at Fort Gordon, Ga. RC.IOCNCE: 914 EMMCTT STKCCT ICIt,.... .w._
old-fashioned. ?
Shangri La currently deployed or Walk into Open National Baton Kitty Bryan, Center' Hill, 2nd, ;
ton, Mass. for The 20-year-old soldier attended -
his office and if he subscribes Dianne Moore 13-14 interment by the
In the Mediterranean for see twirling Contest and Osceola Leesburg. Osceola
seven months of, training exec to National Geographicor County Championship Twirloffwere st, Ronnie Jean Grace, Sale Riedel Funeral Home. High School. ,.

cises. Playboy. held here last week. Lynn Harbor 2nd Jan Hatcher, der- -
Davis of Kissimmee, took the mont 15-16,1st, Jeanne Thomas,

Osceola Senior Grand Champion Tampa, 2nd, Betty Lee James, : . . .. ". .- .. _. :
trophy while her little sister, St. Cloud. 17-20, 1st Cherry M' c '
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"Jackson's'7INIT Jan, took the Osceola Junior Bridges Belle Glade, 2nd, Doris '

Grand Champion title. Mussatto, Groveland. ,
Jeanne Thomas, Tampa, was
chosen as Kissimmee Boat-a- Beginner Fancy Strut, 0-6,1st, A ..
M Cade Senior Grand Champion Cindy Roberts, Samoset, 2nd,
and Kerry Stems, Eau Gallie Connie Cales, Leesburg. 7-8,1st,
was awarded the K.B-C Junior Kathy Reeser, Belle Glade, 2nd,
Grand Championship Debbie Rich, Holly Hill. 9-10,
ARKET Competition was divided according -1st, Cynthia Cunningham, Belle I IV
to style event and age Glade 2nd. Richelle Padgett, St.

20 W. DAKIN AVE. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA and the top two places in each 3oud. 11, 1st, Debbie Lane, Z
event got trophies. Belle Glade, 2nd, Lindsey Tur- a.
OPEN 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK w
Advanced Solo. 0-6. first place ner, Ocala. 12, 1st, Susan Page, = -
Barbara Lyons of Holly Hills, Eau Gallic, 2nd, Beth Holt, Lake
second place Terry Weaver, Panasoffkee. 13-14, 1st Frances
Melbourne. 7-8,1st, Sissy Myers, Collins, Belle Glade, 2nd, Bea- : 'V
NEW LOW EVERY DAY PRICES. Cocoa, 2nd Cindy Thompson trice Ohman, Tampa. 15-16 z-

........................S.S..S.......S. Eau Gallic. 9-10. 1st, Kay Hall Pamela Busbin Belle Glade
Lakeland 2nd dud Sorosky, 2nd, Kathryn Wynns, Bushnell. .
BUSCH BAVARIAN [Plus Deposit] North Miami Beach. 11, 1st, 17-20, 1st, Carol Speer, Grove-
7 9 Kerry Stoma Eau Gallic 2nd. land 2nd, Patty Huneycutt, Ta
CartonFRESHiTREADtrlO'- 1st, Ricky Lou Ingmire, Miami, N
2nd. Kitty Bryan Center Hill. Military Strut, ().8. 1st, Bar-
13-14. 1st. Joan Condon Mel bara Lyons Holly Hill, 2nd, Sissy ,
bourne, 2nd, Doshie Beckman, Myers Cocoa. 9-10.1st, Marie \:" :
Eau Gallic. 15-16, 1st, Jeanne Kennedy, North Miami, 2nd >7::":> : c1
Wanda Lou Harrell Cocoa. 11 "
Thomas n'
Tampa Joan Meisel. :'
..SSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.SSSSSS.SSSSSS.S Hollywood. 17-20,1st, Doris Mus- 12. 1st. Kitty Bryan, Center Hill t'.t /

FRESH, GRADE "A" HOMOGENIZEDMILK satto, Groveland, 2nd, Jean 2nd, Wanda Lou Harrell Cocoa \,
Lowery, West Palm. 13-14, 1st Florette Lavalle, 2nd, ''

.Beginner solo, 0-6. 1st, Connie Carol Fessenden. 15-20. 1st. S "
Cales Leesburg. 2nd Gale Ann Doris Mussatto Groveland, 2nd,
Knight, North Miami. 7-8, 1st, Jean Lowery West Palm. Boys,
Debbie Rich 1st, Frank Pierrepont, Kissim
GALLON Holly Hill. 2nd:
Rene Jo Lane. Belleglade. 9-10, mee, 2nd, Mike Moore Holly
JUG 9 Oe 1st. Beth Veal. Panasaffkee. HilL

2nd Cynthia Cunningham, Belle
[Plus Bottle Deposit] i Glade. 11, 1st. Cathy Copeland Juvenile Twirl Duets, 1st, Ter-

...S.SSS.SS SS.S..S..S........... Tampa 2nd, Bonnie Whittington,, ry Lee Vince and Gayle Jeff
Cocoa Beach. 12 reys. Cocoa Beach, 2nd, Janice
1st, Nancy
Strictland and Dee Ann Carter
Lowe, Tampa, 2nd, Gayle Lang- f 'f wEo
[Regular 6Oz. Bottles] ston Kissimmee. 13-14,1st, Ruth Junior Twirl Duets. 1st, Kerry <

Lowery, West Palm, 2nd, Judy Stoma and Laurie Mair Eau tE ci .-
Tuinn Pompano Beach. 15-16 Gallic 2nd, Cheryl Good and Q a 0 ,
29C 1st, Pat Bohn. Jacksonville Debbie Gumbert, Hialeah 3rd. R
Davis and Gayle Langston A
r Beach 2nd Cheryl Carson. St. -
5 Kissimmee. Senior Twirl Duet
Petersburg. 17-20, 1st, Cherry 15 -
Bridges, Belle Glade, 2nd, Pat 1st Jackie Johnston and Pat
[Plus Bottle Deposit] ty Huneycutt Tavares. Bonn, Jacksonville. Juvenile

.......S......................... Advanced Two-Baton ()'lD, 1st Strut Duet 1st, Susan Detrick 6
Cindy Sorosky, North Miami and Cindi Sorosky. North Miami. EOI
iliA V AllAN SELECT"BEER* Beach. 2nd Susan Detrick. 2nd, Debbie Shearer and Linda tG
Purvis. South Daytona. Junior
North Miami.
11-14, 1st, Ricky
: Lou Ingmire, Miami 2nd, Lynn Strut Duet, 1st Marianne and
Doshie Beckman Eau Gallic, GZ
Davis Kissimmee.
15-20. 1st V1/T
Joan Meisel Hollywood, 2nd 2nd Marilyn and Kathryn n a
6 BOTTLE Jean Lowery, West Palm. Wynns. Bushnell. 3rd, Lynn
Beginner Two-Baton (0-10.1st Davis and Gayle Langston, Kis-
6 9 C Michele McKee Lake Worth, simmee. timer Jbf

[Plus Bottle Deposit] 2nd 1st Debbie Kay Hall Jean Lakeland.Goswick,11-14 Mi. Guaranteed Radiator Protectionis GUARANTEEDRADIATOR

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Haven. 15-20), 1st, Cherry To Speak SundayThe the surest protection against freeze-ups. Your Standard dealer checks, drains,
Bridges,.Belle Glade, 2nd. Joyce "
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Rev. W. P. Hanks,
Advanced Fancy Strut, 0-6 Penna-Guard and attach Standard Oil's guarantee against anti-freeze loss 'til L
1st Barbara Lyons Holly Hill the Shingle Creek Methodist _ _
2nd Terry Weaver, Melbourne. Church, will speak on "The next ApriL Guaranteed Radiator Protection is another of the ways- u- .
7-8 Cocoa Luminous Trail" Sunday at the -
1st Sissy Myers,
6 CAN 89 C 2nd. Jan Davis, Kissimmee. 9- 10:20 a.m. service The 6:30) STANDARD otl60MPANYw.TUCSY) .we take,hotter, are of your carl :
CARTON 10. 1st Susan Detrick. North pjn. service will be a continuation .: :
Miami 2nd Marilyn Wynn of the church-wide mission
BushnelL 11 1st Laurie Mair study and will be led by Mrs.
Eau Gallic., 2nd., Theresa Bill I W. R. Houston. '. E. P. NEID, AGENT KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA. -:-



Su Cloud Meeting
Short and SweetST.

GAZETTE BecomeOperational

CLOUD City Commission -

I, A J.1. H. P rrjr It.w.....r ss meeting Thursday night was
probably the shortest and sweet.

Offices: 24-26 Stewart Ave.4t est one held in many years. Both .E
paid and unpaid bills were approved -
Telephone 847-2881 By JERRY BERSON minutes read and ap-
ST. CLOUD-SL Cloud Utili- proved in a matter of minutes.

Entered a. Second Class Mall Matter ties Commission, Mayor Fred The Utilities budget was pre-
In the Post Office at KUiimmee. FUu Ford presiding, was told acting sented for adoption by Mayor

superintendent Ed Winnie that Fred Ford and was adopted by
Published Thursdays at Kiaaimmee, Florida the Enterprise engine will be unanimous vote after a brief dis-
back in operation approximately cussion.

LEO SCHUMAKEREditor November 10. Mayor Ford as usual openedthe
and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION Winnie distributed a list of meeting to the public. Muchto

'Enterprise Recommendations'to the amazement of those pre-
RATESSix the commission and informed sent.there were no questions or

montH $2.50; one year, $4.00; two rears $7.00 the members that it was dictated discussions. The entire meeting
by Harold Schilling, Ener- lasted little more than a half
4 The Kls iiiune 'G zette, Klssimmee, }'1a., Thurs, Oct Si, 1963: prise company engineer.In .
OLD FRIENDS GATHER-Doyle Conner, commissioner hour.
addition to the obvious recommendation SHOWING GRATTTIDE-W. D. Roberts, Immokalee.
of agriculture, Mrs. Daniel J. LeFevre, St. Cloud presi- that damaged joins Tommy and Mrs. Sloan of Fort Pierce, in thanking

Demolishing The dent of the Osceola County Kowbelles Association and parts be replaced Schilling listed Sacraments AreAdministered Kirby Hancock of Kissimmee, for co-hosting the annual
Attorney General Richard Ervin O. Par- the
laughs as Henry following: Florida Cattlemen's Association convention held last week-
tin, pioneer cattleman from Kiseimmec tells of some of -Recommend mobile guard end in
Orange and Osceola Counties. (Florida Cattleman
the funnier side of the cattle business. (Florida Cattleman lubricating oil No. 392. Winnie Photo
TropicalWhen stated that the recommended )
Photo) The sacrament of Confirmation
lube oil contains an additativeto
recently was administered to -
help "devour" the particlesthat Play Tryouts Dr. John RaoIs
thirteen boys and girls and one
the razing of the Tropical Hotel started Beat are forming on the rings. adult, all of Saint Thomas Are ScheduledTryouts
Bulldogs Questioned about the lube oil SpeakerAt
Church Saint Cloud. In the absence -
Monday of this week milestone in local
a historywas used in the past the superin- of Arch Bishop Hurley,
scheduled to become something of the past. tendent said the Enterprise who is attending the Ecumenical for the next Footlight a recent meeting, 36 men

Ever since the day when the Tropical Hotel was Umatilla 3213ST. Company "accepted but did notrecommend" Council in Rome Monsignor Mul- Theatre Guild production, the of the Holy Name Society. Saint
its use. famous drama "Death Takes a Thomas Aquinas Church Saint
in its infant glory it has been a focal point for the -Run engine on No.2 fuel lally taking officiated place at Holy the Redeemer ceremony Holiday", will be held on the Cloud, inaugurated a program of

civic and social life of the city. When it was knownas CLOUD Homecoming Kilker plunged over from the until correction in No. 6 fuel Church in Kissimmee.The stage of the Art and Cultural quarterly Communion breakfasts,

the Greystone Inn and had a swimming pool long fans, 1500 in number, received a 3 yard line into the end zone can be made. boys and girls confirmedwere Center next Monday evening the first of which was held at

since filled in and forgotten it was the place to in special treat as the St. Cloud to climax a 57 yard drive. The -New tappets' and fuel pump William Abell Donald October 28, immediately follow. the Idle Hour Restaurant on
go Bulldogs, Mid-Lakes Conference conversion failed and at that base be replaced; details to be Adams Mary Bromfield, Susan ing the regular monthly meetingof Massachusetts Avenue Saint
Central Florida as a watering spot. champions, won their first game point the Scoreboard showed a worked out by Enterprise engi- Brumfield. Patricia Brumfield, the Guild, it was announced Cloud.

The Bert Frazers purchased the hotel in 1950 and of the season by handing Uma- 13.13 tie. neering department. This is nota Walter Burdett, Thomasine yesterday by Kenneth Duncan, Father Paul Woodyard

from that day right down to the past year started to tilla a sound 32-13 drubbing. The skies opened and, as far proven necessity but recom- Davis, Dennis Driscoll, Richard the director of the play. of Holy Redeemer Church, pastor in
make Possession oi cellar positionwas as Umatilla was concerned the mended by Enterprise to conform Duley, Roger Duley, Wade Harper "Participation in the play is Kissimmee and of Saint Thomas'in
improvements. First the addition of the
was to the latest design and by no means limited to membersof
determined by the game deluge arrived. The Bulldogstook Rose Ann Petro and Jo Ann Saint Cloud, said and
restaurant to the front and the second the eliminate possible fuel dilu- the Guild," Duncan pointed grace
was con- outcome as both teams faced control of the ball and scored any Schneider. Doctor John O. Rao of the Os
struction of the swimming pool and bathclub.In each other with a record of no three TDs before the officials tion. Commissioner Louis Berson Monsignor Mullally spoke of out. "In all Guild productions, ceola Hospital Kfesimmee, was
just the the cocktail bar remod- wins and four losses. blew the final whistle. inquired why this recommendation the need for strong Christians in parts in the play and back stage the speaker for the occasion.
past was
year Veteran halfback Johnny Crowe St. Cloud started a 63 yard had not been made before the world today, pointing out that positions are open to the general Doctor Rao spoke forcefully
elled with a tropical motif. But it wasn't enough. and told that the public, and anyone in Osceola
sparkled throughout the game as drive in the third period which was company through the sacrament they were and impressively of the ned for
The coming of Interstate 4 and the Sunshine State he led the Bulldog rushing at- ended with Crowe sweeping had just completed an experi-- receiving they would be asssited County" is welcome" to try out." all Christians, catholic and non-

Parkway, along with new motels spelled the end of tack with 220 yards gained out around right end for 8 yards mental program with the Alaskan and strengthened by the Holy "In fact, he continued "someof catholic alike, to stand up and
most memberswere
the of St. Cloud's total of 281 yards. and a TD. Wright ran for the Ferry Lines. Spirit, as promised by our Divine our prized be counted today, to be alert to
Tropical t;as: a The first half ended with Uma- extra point. .The dictated list reiterated a Saviour. first discovered when they the encroachment of communism

Although it had been a focal point for civic and tilla trailing by a 12-7 score but Crowe broke loose in the stand taken by the Enterprise Many of the parents and came down to try out for some and atheism.He .

social life for .community, it was doomed. The the Bulldogs exploded in the second fourth period with an off-tackle Company that failure of the engine friends of those confirmed were part which appealed to them. stressed the avowed intention
half to roll up 20 additional play which netted 43 yards anda seems to be entirely fuel. in attendance at the church for All meetings of the Guild are '
First Federal and Loan Association of the of
Savings proponents
steppedin communism
open to the general public whois
taken -
points. score. Run for PAT failed. Samples of the fuel were the impressive ceremony.
and bought the choice of downtown real invited to attend the 8 o'clock to bring the civilized 1
piece Scoring began in the first quar- The stands resounded when Os- for analysis by the engine
world to the communist
estate from the Frazers and announced it would builda ter on a 5 yard pass from Croweto car Simmons intercepted a pass company and the supplier. Al- meeting and then stay on for the or doctrine denying the concept existence -,
Butch Wright. A drive, which on the St. Cloud 34 line though Commissioner Joe Bow- tryouts.
new headquarters in the centralized area. This will yard Circle There are for six of a Deity or a life here-
Baptist parts
started the 35 that the women
suggested com-
on Bulldogs
own and returned it to the Umatilla man
after, and challenged all men of
be progress. yard line, included a 36 3. Crowe plunged through the mission use an independent labs; To Meet and for seven men, ranging in faith to combat these
But what will the town be like without a first class yard pass from Crowe to Wright. center of the line for a Bulldogscore oratory, Ford, Berson and Win FridayST. age from eighteen to seventy- ideas with all the strength pagan at
Crowe's kick for point after and he kicked nie were of the opinion that it five. The play, written by Alberto
hotel, such as it was with its restaurant, lounge and for the CLOUD-Lula Circleof their command.
Terry Casella and rewritten for the
touchdown missed the crossbar. final would not be unless
point of the game. necessary
pool? No one can rightly today. But nonetheless Woman's Missionary Union, American
say Umatilla came back to score St. Cloud plays host to Tavares the reports are not comparable.The stage by Walter Fer-
the Tropical had a colorful past and housed and fed in the second period on a seriesof eleven tomorrow night (Friday) Commission is retaining First Baptist Church will meetat ris, has been a distinguished success -

many colorful personalities. One night while the film plays which were set up bya in what promises to be a close samples of the fuel oil should Lee 3:00 S. S.p.m.class Friday in the Laura since it was produced on Woman's Club

company which stayed there while making the motion St. Cloud fumble of a punton game between two evenly matched they be needed for an independent The Alice Gaventa room.Circle meets Broadway by Lee Shubert. Board To MeetThe
its own 37 yard line. Quarter- teams. analysis. .
picture "Naked in the Sun" was relaxing in the back Skipper Bobb connected Sharon Stanford was presentedto All repairs on the engine will tonight (Thursday), 7:30 p.m. at
the home of Mrs. James Jerni- Marte Depew and Dorothy Board of of the
lounge in walked film stars Bette Davis and Gary with a short pass to Ronnie the 1500 fans as homecomingqueen. be supervised by company per- Cantall, nurse supervisors of
gan, 316 California Avenue. Kissimmee Woman's Club will
Merrill. Grinstead for a 9 yard scoring Second place contestant, sonnel and results are guaran-
Broward visited Mr. and '
Baptist Women's World Day of meet Tuesday the 29th at 9:30
play. Fullback Henry Kilker ran Becky Partin attended Sharonas teed by the Enterprise Compa-
They were motoring north from Palm Beach and for Prayer will be observed November Mrs. Roy Graves over the week- a.m. in the Clubhouse.
the extra point and Umatilla, a member of the Queen.sCourt. end.
saw a sign which said they could get charcoal broiled, led 76. Other members of the ny.There have been no commitments 4.Mr. .
steaks at Fr aie"rs"Restaurant. They,never+ knew they 4Umatilla's'''lead -was shortlived court and their escorts were'q made as toiwho will foot .Maure Hanson. Mr. Esker .
Farris and Mr. Coleman "
r as Crowe culminated a downfield Lea Arena and Loin Bamhill, the bill -and no estimates for Young I
would run into'Such'acquaintances' as James:&raig, drive with 15'yard end run in- Juniors; Patty Thompson and repairs we're. presenled the were ordained as deacons of

Lita Milan, Barton MacLane and Charlotte Wynters to pay territory to place St. James King, Sophomores; Deb- commission. First Baptist Church Sunday afternoon I ICAN
staying in Kissimmee. Cloud ahead of the visitors. A bie Thomas and Steve Adams in a special Ordination ; ,
Service conducted by the pastor,
second attempt for PAT by kicking Freshmen.

When Frank O. King, the creator of the comic failed. Music was played by the St. Republicans Rev. Kenneth Thornton, Rev. R.
strip Gasoline Alley Kissimmee wherehe V. Kauffman and Rev. Earl
was leaving First TD in the second half Cloud band under the baton of
had lived for several decades to make his home in was picked up by Umatilla when K Director Samuel E. Wood. Re-organize Baughman.
Rev. and Mrs. Thornton will be
the artist's colony in Winter Park, the farewell din- ST. CLOUD-Reorganization vacationing at the home of Mrs.

ner was held at the Tropical Hotel. and re-activation of the Thornton's family in Georgia un- ES
Chamber Mal St. Cloud Republican Club
And sports personalities. The figures of the base- esChristmas got underway at a special til November 6. Brother Jack / UKUSUA
Sutherland of
ball world that have lived at the Tropical while their meeting last Friday night University Bartow of Florida, graduateof and 1

teams trained here sounds like a "Who's Who" of the when newly elected president Southeastern Seminary will serveas
James Tomsovic received the
game. Such figures as Charlie Grimm, Tommy report of the nominating com supply speaker during the absence -

Holmes, Red Smith, Lefty Gomez Spud Chandler, mittee. of Rev. Thornton.

Sid Hudson, Al Evans and Gus Mauch. It was Gus JERRY BERSONST. third Wednesday of each monthin Elected to serve the cur teachers Sunday meet School each officers Wednesdayat and
CLOUD-Retiring presi- the Parkview Restaurant at Hull
term are: Ernest ,
who made it possible for the Yankees to stop off and dent Louis Berson opened last 12 noon. rent 1st vice president; Frank 6:45 p.m. in the church audi-

eat at the Tropical on their road trips and 1'it has seen week's meeting of the St. Cloud Horace Phipps, president of Willsey, 2nd vice president; torium.

such fellows as Mel Allen, Casey Stengel, Mickey Chamber of Commerce and Osceola County United Appeal, Mrs. Orpha Smith, secretary; Sunbeams and Girl's Auxiliaryalso
turned the chair over to President reported that the organization is and Sam Postlewaite treas meet each Wednesday at
Mantle, Yogi Berra, Warren Spahn, Eddie Matthews, Bill Joumigan after greet- beginning to run smoothly. To a urer. 6:45 p.m. in classrooms assignedto

and many others. ing several members who have question put by Joumigan con- Officers will plan a program them.

Where would Kissimmee house a baseball team been absent at recent meetings. cerning the Boehme Fund, for the Club which will x MY

today that wanted to come here for spring training? Joumigan said the board of Phipps answered that there will be presented at the next meet g HOtlY
directors is considering the spon- be a $1,000 emergency fund, ing. No date was set for this Church To Hold
Ah, but this is nostalgia. One cannot stand hi the sorship of a Christmas decora- some of which may go to serve meeting but will be held at BOXM.eo

way of progress, But when you hear the steel ball of tion competition. Still in the discussion ices that failed to apply for the call of the chair. Bible StudiesA .rtt 11.

the Big Chief, Inc., demolishing crew clanging againstthe stage, he said there will funds in time to be listed on the Mrs. Charles G. Bell, an series of six Tuesday morn-
be two prizes--one for business United Appeal folder. active and well informed Re-
well-worn blocks of the old hotel, some of Kis- ing informal Bible Studies for .
places and one for homes. Bill Dummer, avid collectorof publican, spoke ardently on anyone in the community inter- \ HUNT BROS.
simmee's colorful past will be falling into the rock and Manager Gordon Dawson said pictures letters papers, etc. the need for good and capable ested in Bible Study will be given .

rubble.It the Chamber is planning a on the history of Osceola County Republican candidates in at Trinity Lutheran Church

will be a past that probably will not be recap- Christmas program early in De- donated the door prizes. The Osceola County. W. Vine SL, KIssimmee begin- "THE OPEN FRONT STORE"

tured again. cember with choirs of all three winners Del Heller, Louis ning on Tuesday morning, Oct.
churches to be invited to partici- Gloss and Louis Berson, may School ChorusTo 29 10:00-11:30
pate as well as the high school select any historical picture in The first study will be the

/ "band. This program will serve Mr. Dummers large collectionfor PerformThe Book of Joshua. This is a book
as a 'kickoff for the holiday reproduction which will be Chorus of Osceola High all will thoroughly enjoy for

What Is 4-H? festivities, a 'Shop in SL Cloud' done by the historian.Mr. School will present a programat here are things amusing, timely, TROPICAL HOTELTO

campaign, the lighting of the the Tourist Club on Novem- tragic and challenging.Other .
Boehme Christmas tree which Dummer asked if anyone
Canning was the first 4-H project about 50 ber 12 at 7:30 p.m. studies will include a
years has knows the whereaboutsof
will be in Veterans Memorial or The Glee Club is under the study of the Book of Isaiah, the BE DEMOLISHED
ago and came under the heading of "home eco Park rather than at the Com- pictures or any other item to direction of Miss Sandre Dea- Prophecy of Habakkuk chapters

nomics." Cooking and sewing were soon added. Today munity House and the lightingof complete his history for the Art kins, who is an excellent direc- 13-14 of the Gospel of John,
Culture Center. He will
about 1% million girls between 10 and 21 years colored lights across the ave- make and copies of pictures and re- tor. The chorus will be presenting chapter 15 of I Corinthains and
nues in the downtown business at different the second Epistle of Peter. The
old are engaged in a broad program of home econom- section. turn them to their owners. Any clubs many in the programs community duringthe studies will be presented by Rev. SALE

ics projects. Joumigan said he would like factual information will be help- coming year. Henry Young.
the Chamber to write ful in the completion of the writ- .
They not only learn many skills for building happy secretary
ten history. Mr. Dummer
letters to the City and County may
homes, but also acquire important knowledge and ex-. Commissions inviting a member be contacted at his home, 1212

perience to guide them into future careers and suc- from each commission to attend New York Ave. or phone 892- ALL BUILDING MATERIALS

cessful marriages.The the monthly meetings held the 3952.

National 4-H Home Economics program has ON SALE AT SITE.
Horace Is Library Gets !
much to offer the pro-teen member as well as the Phipps .

older girl. Younger 4-H'ers,often start out by discov- Chamber PresidentHorace Several New BooksThe JT.

ering what are the basic four food groups, and apply- following new books 1

ing,this new knowledge to real preparation at home, Phipps has been named have been added to Hart Me- LUMBER, DOORS, WINDOWS,
of the Kissimmee Mrs. K.
president morial Library Mary
or they may enroll in a clothing project which teaches Chamber of Commerce. His term HanselL librarian, announces. i SINKS, PIPE, TUBS, ETC.

beginning sewing techniques.And begins Nov. 1. The Last Love, Thomas B. h tRi
there is virtually no limit to what the older Phipps active in many civic Costain; The Living Reed
enterprises, is owner of Osceola Pearl Buck; Mandate For
club member do.
can Accomplishment over a periodof
Memory Gardens. Change Dwight D. Eisenhower -
years are staggering. For example, some become so Also elected by the board of: Caravans, James A. Mich-

expert in clothing that they have made complete directors was Vxla Gould Tupperware I'I ener; The Late Clara Beame

wardrobes and modeled their garments in statewide distributor, vice president Taylor Caldwell; The Last BIG CHIEF Inc:

; and Midde Davis, realtor,, Night of Summer, Erskln ,
revues. Others have distinguished themselves in the treasurer. Caldwell; The Battle of the i

culinary arts by preparing thousands of meals and Villa Fiorita. Rumner God-

preserving tons of food. becomes Out-going a member president of the AI board.Cody) ,1 den; Zanzibar Mason Dr.Intrigue Scott Surd aVnWyck SWAPPING, YARNS-C. W McMillan executive vice-

Directors also named L. .M. ; Elizabeth Sei- president and Cushman S. Radebaugh Orlando and Fort

. _Three_Candidates_ _Have QualifiedThree Williams Jr., assistant managerof fert geon; The on Venetian Call, Affair Helen Pierce president of the American National Cattlemen :SIX DAYS EACH WEEK

candidates have qualtj mee and Alexander Hall: of SL Winn-Dixie Store here, as a Maclnnes; The Case of Association, listen to a story told by Florida Cattlemen MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY7A.M.T05:30P.M.
lied to run as school trustees in! Cloud. director. the Armorous Aunt,Erie Stan- Association president Ralph Cellon of Alachua. Picture
the general election scheduled! They will be seeking the post Taking office last week as directors ley Gardner; The Titsit In- was taken after- a steak barbecue at Tupperware Auditorium *
for November 5. being vacated by Enoch Herz- were Earl Harris, Jerry heritance Catherine Gaskin; Florida Cattleman .
convention. (
here FCA annual
They are Haley E. Duke and berg and Clyde Story, who did Ivey Paul Guynn and Jim MongoveB. -> A Kind of Magic Edna Fer- during
Robert L. ,Ber&ssky of Ki&simJ not seek re-election.' ber. Photo)

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Elementary' School News t. SAY HALLOWEEN A COMiNG: 1 T:: !1, IMS S

Members Join Band:: : .

On Trial Basis : :': ,

gtockUPf r ri reat
BY PEGGY BRADBURY, dren took a field trip to find Each child in the room hasj j lC'r
Thirteen members -of utrx sigasL of Fall. Sharon White, JBadders agreed to eat at least one bite
Mnitland Koon e'l fifth grade .---aB4t Dolma Gaiaes of. : a food he does not like.
have- Joined the band on a trial found-cacoons. Fnday- tidlas! Jeff! Johnston from Mrs. Ruth ,
basis. Five boys have joined the walked prcudy'to the lund AbbettiL level one room brought SEE OUR BIGASSORTMENT _:. ".:: ,.. ,=,.-, ,_ q: -- '-- -
4-H Club. Chucky Capps is president -room . each one snortfeg a a hamstirt 'visit the boys and 0 0
of the Central Building BIG paper Good Conduct medaL girls in Mrs.. George Y..- Bast's OD sTOR E S OF CANDY 10 TO 20
Club. Were they ''proud of those symbols level one room. Mrs. Bast has
This grade has started a read- of good behavior: quite a collection of seeds, in- QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ; POUNDS
ing project and have constructed A live baby coral snake was sects, and frogs that the students PRICES GOOD THRU OCTOBER 26th
the model town of Hastings. displayed throughout the room :have gathered. The children are *IMN-DIXIE STORES INS-.OFTftlSHT-I... 'w QUICK FROZ1u.s.DRAD
Charles Stubbs is sharing his in Mary Bryan. Dennis Snedeker examining insects with a large
rock collection Charles Thomson in Mrs. Laura Miller's level knagnifying glass.In .
his volumes of American four room brought a book: about Mrs. Jean Donahue's music
Heritage, and Randy Koger his snakes and reptiles. The colored classes for levels one through
arrow heads. Charles Stubbs pictures helped the children seven, the children have been Turkeys
found a wasp nest and the children to identify the poisonous ones. singing Halloween songs. They
enjoyed watching the larvae Mrs. Rachael Chesnut's level have learned the staff, trebel and
change stages.As one group have been working on bass clef signs and what they
a wind up for the study of a farm unit. The children's voca- mean. Level one children are : .
instruments in the music classes bularly has been greatly enriched. playing' rhythm band instruments
of Miss Elaine Knight, the fol .- Farm animals have been In- and marching. The film strip
lowing students brought instruments troduced. A model farm was set I and music of the Peer Gynt
to demonstrate. From up In the classroom by Douglas,' Suite was enjoyed by the stu-
Mrs. Betty Hutcheson's sixth Miller, Nesa Hennency, Jim dents. I .t. I LB. SL I
grade Curtis Hall demonstratedthe Jacobs Charles Partin, Robert Part of Friday's music timeIs
snare drum and Reggie Col- Reeves, Karl Rowe, and Yvonne set aside for students record
lins the trombone McLeod. time. Many favorite records
From Miss Mary Margaret Me Farm animals were made from home have been brought in 4 C OSMI J}
Bride's sixth grade, the follow from modeling clay. A comparison for an of the class to enjoy.
ing brought instruments: Bar was made between city life The social studies class in
bara Heck, flute; Patti Green, and farm life. Each child Mr. Robert Rector's fifth grade WHITE MEAT OR DARK MEAT
clarinet; and Gay Bennett anc brought in a vegetable or fruit has been studying the first people
Joann Green played the piano and the group had a tasting to come to the Americas .. Turkey Quarters 39SWIFT
I From Mr. Robert Rector's fifth party. and some of their major prob- /
grade several students just start Debra Lundy and Anita Bass lems. Themes on the Importanceof
fng' band showed their instru- El .. __ ... ,
Louise This
entered Mrs. written. -- -< c
have Unity were ; -
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ments. They were Linda -- - '--' >t -- ---- - '
liott's level one class. unity idea was just as importantto
flute; Sally Garner, clarinet has moved to Nashville, the first people as it is to-
and Jenny Graves, clarinet. Tenn. To learn the difference between . day. The boys and girls really Boneless Turkey Gr. "A" Quick Frozen IF
From Mrs. Alice Grissom's sixth fruits and vegetables th did a good job of deep thinking. ,e
grade, Margaret Gffl played he children have made charts For example here is a theme Roast L' 98x 51 Extra Tw !V! S
clarinet and piano. mounting pictures of these tw written by Roy Curt Roberts on WITH THIS COUPON AND of
Mrs. Pat Tilly's level one dill groups. Fruit baskets were made,. The Importance of Unity. w
builds In his
Unity strength.
poem "The Flag of Our Union", Eackilada Dinners
George Pope Morris used the 39x .000 TNRY ....... a.TNAT
phrase, "united we stand, divid- ANY WINN DIXI[
ed we fall." This phrase has t 11
proved to be true today
is a well known phrase.
Traditional Unity helps bulb world peace. Franks. L1. 49x Ii
It's If; all the nations united for r. .
peace we would not have wars. 'IV uul T H '/SLV
U[ we are in unity with other COOKED WITH THIS couP N
The familiar expression,"Your wish is countries we could visit there 6-0 .
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our Pkg. Dillir for T
efforts to follow the family's wishes, makes trading possible with) All Flavors Superbrand rH
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wishes. Ice CREAM I
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THE O RDER all the better things that make . .

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Where there is unity in the W-D FRESH GROUND
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Everyone pulling together to Beef 5 '. 1 191 HALF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
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847 s188
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When asked ,
to name the seasons - '
Spring and Summer were
I called out by eager students.. SO Extra T !
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and said "And Mrs. Bradbury, 1
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there's Hunting season." So I 1
Pole BEANS APPLES Sandwiclws
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6 The Kls&imrnee Gazette Kissimmee, Fla., Thiuv* Oct. 24, 13631 LEGAL NOTICESIN HILL. a minor by the Petitioners
and you are required to serve a
Local Members copy of your Aoewar or Objections
TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE to how caoae why said Petition
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF should not be granted on the Attorneys .
57'. non Street' Klsilinaiin. Florida
Attend MeetingThe FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT- ) end file the ortetaal In the officeof
GAGE ASSOCIATION a corporation 1 the Clerk of die Clradt Court at
organized and existing ) his office at the OsceoU Count
Sebring On FridayOn under an Act: cf Congress ) Court Houae. Kia mmee. Floridaon
s pursuant to the Federal National ) or before the Mnd day of November -
mid-year board meeting of tourists and business interests, Mortgage Association ) A D. IMS: and upon your
'. the Florida Federation of Business two members of the Recreational Charter Act. having its principal ) failure to do ao a decree pro con
office In the City of Washington ) feno will be entered' against you.
the basis of season records Coach Jack Yearwood's team and Professional Women's Findings Committee Mrs. Bea District of Columbia. ) WITNESS my hand and the seal

the Osceola High School has won four while losingone Clubs, Inc. was held at the Beach Combs and Mrs. Helen Thomas ) of said Court In Klsslmmee. Flo
games Plaintiff. ) .Ida. this 14th day of October
Kowboys should be slight favorites and Coach Glenn Odham's dub Hotel. Naples on October were instructed to recommend to A.D. 1963.

when 18 19and 20. the County Commissioners vs. I GLENN RAY
they meet the Sebring Sebring squad has won one and selected Clerk of Ofcalt Court

Blue Streaks here at 8 p.m. Friday lost four. However all the games Official delegate from the Kin- spots for Wayside Parks, PAUL L. VEAL and Laura l Oaeeola Cantor.Florida

night. played by both teams have simmee dub was Mrs. Martha along Routes 441 and 17-92. Thereare G. VEAL, his wife CCIRCUTT COURTSEAL)
S By /*/ Marjortelt HayeERINSON
been close., Marshall, first vice president.Also too many attractive spots Defendant DevY ClerU:

The squads have played only accompanying Mrs. Marshall along these two State Roads not 1 AND 1k MITER
Box MS Klsslaunee Fla
Four ArrestedOn one mutual opponent to date, was Mrs. Sybil Carte, second to be taken advantage of bytravelers. k NOTICE OF SUIT ) Attorneys for Petltlonen

and that was Okeechobee. The vice president of the Kissim- STATE OF FLORIDATO Oct 17: 34. 31. New. T. 1968IX
Check mee dub. : PAUL L VEAL and LAURA
ChargesThe Brahmans beat the Blue Streaks
G. VEAL his wife
7-0 and the Kowboys beat Okee- Mrs. Avis Griffen was also in Mrs. Elsie Mortland a mem You are hereby notified that a NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN

Sheriff's department here chobee 137.Yearwood. attendance as the chairman of ber of the World Affairs committee suit has been filed against you AND FOB OSCEOLA COUNTY.
in the above entitled and
Tuesday reported the arrest of; said his team was AWARDED BOND Chuck Matthews Orange Bowl the state resolutions committee. also presented a recommen- that you are required to cause file your ,I FLORIDA.CHANCERY NO. MM

four persons on worthless check spending the week working on Lanes, awards Ken Newman with a $1,000 Savings Bond These three members returnedto dation to the club that they furnish answer or other responsive plead., FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS )
ings with the Clerk of this Court and LOAN ASSOCIATION OF )
charges. mistakes and the timing that from Nat Nast Shirt Company for the perfect ((300)) game Kissimmee Sunday evening the linens in one of the and to serve a copy thereof upon ORLANDO a corporation, )

had allowed opponents to score. Newman bowled on Barro'a Team in March. Newmanalso after three very busy days.A rooms of a Foreign Student at the Plaintiff or Plaintiffs Attorneys Plalnttrf. )

Three were arrested by Os-| "We will be facing a tough received watch from AMF Pinspotter Com- report of the mid year board the Florida State University Tal Crofton, whose Brewer name A and Holland address 509 is HOWELL. 'oHILDJUBWMrfj f

ceola officials. They are Eddie conference team in Sebring and an Omega meeting will be given by Mrs. lahassee. This recommendationwas Palm Avenue. TUusvllle. Florida CHRISTINE L. CHILDItlSS.. >
Herring D. L. Spitzer and and a diamond ring from the American Bowling Marshall and Mrs. Carte at the not later than November 25. 1963. his wife; and AMKMCAN: )
we have to win it to stay in the pany approved by the club with If you fall to do so. a Decree Pro FLETCHER NATIONAL ) s
Sarah O. Will. The fourth. R. conference race," Yearwoodsaid. Congress. (Photo by Boudreaux) next regular meeting of the Kis-instructions to Mrs. Mortlandthat Confesso will be entered againstyou BANK AND TRUST CON )
W. Chilton, was arrested by simmee Club for the relief demanded in the PANY. Defendanti. )
on November 20
The in
Kowboys are now she find
out what sum of complaint. This suit Is to foreclosea ..--...-.-----,
Lake County authorities for Os second place in the loop stand CATTLEMEN DEDICATE Association advised FCA mem- which meeting will be held at money will be required to furnish mortgage. The real property proceeded NOTICE OF SUIT
ceola County according to the the home of Miss Lottie and Miss these linens. against you Is; STATE OF FLORIDA
Continued from Page 1) bers. COUNTY OF 09CSOLA
of Lot 1 and the south
report. No addresses were giv- ings.This Having just returned from anghtweek Lola Lawler at eight o'clock.At tAU of Lot 2, of Block C. of TO: HOWELL J. CHILDfUESS.Conyers : .

en. will mark the last homegamer Speakers . . tour of Australia New the October meeting of the Further business of the evening BEST'S' HIGHLAND COURTS Georgia
: for the Kowboys for three G.T. Stack, Consul for Peru in Zealand and the Far East, he Kissimmee B & P W Club held consisted of the completion of ADDITION Osceola County.to KIssimmee Florida City.according Georgia

i'weeks. They will journey to Tampa and also active in Florida said that he witnessed cattle October 16 at the home of Mrs. plans for the food booth at the to the Official Plat as AMERICAN FLETCHER NA-
Frostproof and Avon Park for production filed In the Office of the Clerk TIONAL BANK AND TRUST
Card of Thanks livestock circles told cattlementhat potentialities that excelled Zola Nash the program was presented Boat-a-cade, which will be in of the Circuit Court of Osce COMPANY

Wo wish to express our sincere II':games before returning here there is a good future in anything this nation has knownin by the Civic Participation charge of Mrs. Wanda Barnette, ola County Florida June 17. Indianapoita. Indiana
November 22 to meet the St. 1955 and recorded In the Public You are hereby notified that .a
appreciation to Osceola Hospital Florida in the field of livestock nearly a century. Committee with the guest Mrs. Margaret Goodell and Miss Records of Osceola County. suit has been tied against you in

staff. Osceola Fruit Distributors Cloud Bulldogs. exports. "There is little doubt that 'Amer- speaker being 14-ed McDaniels Lottie Lawler. Six names of Florida In Plat Book 1. on the above entitled cau* and that

G r i s s o m Funeral Co-captains for Friday night'sgame "We have the type of cattle ican stockmen can increase their manager of the Kissimmee members have also been sub- Page 325.WITNESS. hand you with are the required Clerk of to file this your Court answer and

Home, friends and neighborsfor will be Charlue White and needed in South American countries production to handle domestic demand Chamber of Commerce, whose mitted to the general Boat-A- said Court at my Klsslmmee.and Osceola seal of to serve a copy thereof upon the

their acts of kindness Bob Magnaghi. build Cade committee for County Florida this 16th of plaintiff or plaintiffs attorneys.
many to improve and up but what worries us is topic was the Recreation Referendum during day whose name and address Is Giles.
during our sad bereavement The starting line-up for the their beef production so we that Australian cattlemen, with which is to be voted upon the Boa t-A-Cade. These October. 1963.GLENN RAY Hedrlck A Robinson 12S South

The Family of George Bartee Kowboys will be: Ends Tack-Gary should take advantage of this their vastly lesser costs, continue November 5. names are Mrs. wlartha Mar- Clerk of the Circuit Court later Court than St..November Orlando.11.Florida 1983. If you not

Still and Chuck Whalen; opportunity," he emphasized.Dr. to gear toward the American After McDaniels' talk the club shall, Mrs. Rose Bobroff, Mrs. Osceola County, FloridaBy fall to do so a Decree Pro Con
: /Marjorie R. Hays
les Jim Barber and Lou Tar- fesso will be entered
a and E. T. York University of- market They are not thinking realizing the size of Osceola Helen Lynam Miss Lola Lawler. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) for the relief d.oand against d in you the

cat; Guards Steve Parker Florida Provost for Agriculture, about alternate foreign marketsor County with its lack of recrea Mrs. Jewel Meyers, and Mrs. U October 1963. 24. 31. November 7 and Complaint This suK Is to forecloseA

Bill Hankins; Center Eugene praised FCA's leadership for the their own consumers." tional facilities and the fact that Avis Griffen. pweedd mortgage against The Is:real property

Spiers; Quarterback Eddie Har- cattle industry on the state and He advised that quotas or in- recreational facilities attract bothNOTICES NOTICE: TO DEFENDIN Lot 5. of PATRICK PARK according .
rell; Fullback, Steve Yowell; national level and pointed out Hostess for the evening were THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE to the pot thereof asrecorded
are necessary to In Plat Book 1
Left Halfback, Earl Johns and that the industry in Florida has keep excessive imports in check members of the World Affairs AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCE- 340, Public Records of Osceola

Wingback Bob Magnaghi. made tremendous strides but still LEGAL Committee, who are Mrs. Phyllis OLA. STATE OF FLORIDA. In COunty. Florida.
and out that Chancery. HELEN IRENE WOOD.
will be pointed imports now WITNESS my hand and the seal)
Defensive players has a long way to go. account for than third ; Mueller Chairman, Mrs. Rose Plaintiff vs HOWARD E. WOOD. of this Court at KlsalnuMe. Florida -
more one
Richard Bryant. John Hand and Flor- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I Bobroff Mrs. Frances Brownell You are hereby notified that a suit this 2nd day of October 1963.
Crum The history of FCA of the "processing beef used in THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT In equity for divorce has been (Circuit Court Seal)
Aaron Baxter Jimmy ida's cattle industry was the sub- this country and "directly com IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. i Mrs. Eliza Dean, Miss Isabel brought against ;you by HELEN GLENN RAY. Clerk
Charlie White and Gary Dym- FLORIDAIN IRENE WOOD In the Circuit By /Marjorie R. Jave,
Bartholomew and
the Mrs.
of historical :
ject panel on ,
$ a peted with fed cattle. CHANCERYNO. Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuitin D.C
mek. program. Explanation of how var- A marketing panel stressed 6453 I Mortland. and for County of Osceola. State Giles Hedrick & Robinson
THE MINNESOTA MUTUAL ) of Florida, and you are hereby 125 South Court Street
ious problems were overcome that Florida's future for a feed- LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ) summoned, ordered and required to Orlando. Florida
Smartest luncheon or dialer reaz.0. during the years was featured. lot industry bright ItI I a Minnesota corporation ) I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS file your written answer or defenses Attorneys for Plaintiff.Oct. .
.. in Central florid .. Dtlifk UOAL JIfO'DmJ Panel members included: W. D. Plaintiff. ) NAME STATUTE to the Complaint filed hereIn 10. 17. 24 31. 1963
ftmily . Konor !four guettt was mentioned that much prog- vs. ) Notice Is hereby given that. the against you In the above entitled
your IN THE COURT OF TilE COUNTY Roberts, moderator; Judge Alto 'Fictitious cause. In the office of the
firm d ,ibis truly ress has been made in growthof LUELLA TARCAI, formerly undersigned pursuant to the
. bringing
JUDGE OSCEOLA COUN Clerk of the Circuit Court In and r
Adams Fort Pierce P. E. Williams known as LUELLA DOWNEN, ) Name Statute" Chapter BROASTEDL
unique dining room. TY. FLORIDA. ; feedlots in the state, but we and HUBERT TARCAE. her ) 865.09. Florida Statute will register for Osceola County. Florida. at his
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Davenport; Senator Irlo still produce only about 20 per husband; and ROY LEE DOW- ) with the Clerk of the Circuit Court office In the Court House In Kls i
r-=- l.=: SLAKE APPLICATION FOR-- Bronson, Kissimmee; and Dr. T. NEN a single man. ) of Osceola County Florida the simmee. Florida on or before the CHICKEN
of the better
{f Jt cent grades of beef .
FINAL DISCHARGE Defendants ) fictitious name, to-wlt: 18th day of November. A.D. 1963.
IN RE: ESTATE OF ) I J. Cunha, head of the Universityof consumed in Florida. NOTICE OFFORECLOSURE B. and R. Investors, Inc. under and to serve a copy of such answeror FREEZETTE
Ban : L. S. HARRIS. ) Florida's Department of Ani- SALE which we are engaged In businessat defenses upon Thacker and
ntMttla Deceased ) Panel members included: Gil- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Post Office Box 762, Kissimmee.Florida. 1 T h a eke r. Plaintiffs attorney'sherein
If UM Hrut IN PROBATETO mal Science."Encouraging. bert Tucker, Cocoa, moderator; pursuant to a Final Decree of foreclosure whose address Is Box 527 DRIVE-IN
...MOTTO Orl ALL WHOM IT MAY CON increased beef I John Stiles and Gifford Rhodes, dated October 18. 1963 and That the parties Interested In Kissimmee. Florida.. on or before
CERN: said date aA required by law If
entered In Chancery Case No. 6453 said business enterprise are as
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN cattle production at this time is Florida State Marketing Bureau; of the Circuit Court of the 9th Judicial : George Rocker, Odell Bronu you fall to do so. a Decree Pro
THAT I have filed my final reportas a serious mistake" was a chief Dr. T. J. Cunha; Harry Witt, Circuit In and for Osceola and Madelyn Bronson. Confesso will be entered against ARCADE
Executrix of the Estate of L. Dated at Klsslmmee. Osceola I you for the relief demanded In
County. Florida wherein THE
S HARRIS deceased that I have point presented by C. W. McMfl- USDA Service the Complaint.
SOUTH TRAIL ; Crop Reporting ; MINNESOTA MUTUAL LIFE IN County Florida. September 26,
filed petition for final discharge lan executive vice president of 1963. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
and SURANCE Minnesota
Marvin Kahn Alto COMPANY.
and that I will to the Hon. Sebring; a said Circuit Court of Osceola Count -
apply George W Rocker THEATRE
DRIVE IN orable O. P. Johnson. County the American National Cattle Adams, Jr., Fort Pierce. corporation.TARCAI.Is Plaintiff, and knownas LUELLA O'Dell Bronson Florida and the seal of said
Judge of Osceola County Florida. men's Association.He formerly Madelyn Bronson Court at Kissimmee. Osceola County -
THEATREORLANDO on the first day of November, 1963 said that USDA officials BERT TARCAI. her husband; and Oct. 3, 10. 17. 24. 1963. Florida on this the 15th day MATINEES SAT. SUN. 2:30
for approval of same and for final TJ9OAT. NOTKDBJ of October. A.D.. 1963
discharge as Executrix of the Estate have been talking about the need THE COURT OF THE COUNTY are ROY Defendants LEE DOWNEN.I will a sell single to man the: (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) EVENING PERFORMANCES 7 P.M.
more attempts highest and best bidder for cash
This nrst day ot .f October; AD. STATUTE .. Clerk of the Cir utt CoW#..
1963 influence legislation which ,would NO.4697.. at the East door of 'the Osceola Notice<< is hereby given that tile .. J Osceola CouhtSiThacker FtoHd& ;'

THURS. FRI. SAT. /s/ aymle r. Harrtsr allow farmers to .graze livestockon IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE Osceola County .Courthouse County .Florida.In Klsslmmee,at ,12.00 undersigned, pursuant to >the ':Fictitious and Thacker. -
Executrix of the Estate of Statute" Chapter Attorneys for Plaintiff
OCTOBER 24, 25, 26"THE' L. S. Harris deceased. acres diverted from productionof OF WILLIAM McKINNEY. o'clock Noon on' the 8th day of 86509. Florida Name Statute, will register Kissimmee. Florida CARL OTTOSEN-ANN SMYRNER"TERROR
1HACKER AND THACKER grains and other in sur Deceased.CITATION November, 1963. the following des with the Clerk of the Circuit Oct. 17. 24. 31. Nov. 7. 1963
UNEARTHLY" 7:00 Box 527. Kissimmee. Fla. cribed property as set forth In said
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO Court of Osceola County, Floridathe pta
: Final .
Attorneys for Executrix plus. Decree to-wlt: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
fictitious t-wit:
"THE HEAD" 8:40 Oct. 3. 10. 17, 24. 1963. "What they ignore is that the Morristown.Anna Mae Travis Tennessee LANDS.Lot 24.FOURTH KISSIMMEE ADDITION.HIGH Lyndell Homes name under which we rTHE NINTH FLORIDA.JUDICIAL IN AND CIRCUITOF FOR AT

"THE DEAD ONE" 10:15MANIA" JUDGE'SCOURT entire cattle industry is suffering according to the Plat thereof recorded are Office engaged Box 762.In Kissimmee.business at. Flor-Post OSCEOLA COUNTY. BLACK FALLS"SUN.MON.
IN Nellie
In Plat Book 1, Page 400 IN CHANCERY NO. 6307
11:30 OSCEOLA COUNTY. depressed prices from already M Tlstown. TennesseeQ of the Public Records of Osceola Ida.That IN RE: ADOPTION OF GERALD
FLORIDA NO. 6648. heavy supplies of finished and County. Florida. the parties Interested In ALAN HILL a minor HOUSE PETERS, 1R.
IN RE: ESTATE OF arUe McKinney said business enterprise are as follows -
SUN. MON. TUES. DATED this 21st day of October. NOTICE TO DEFEND
I feeder cattle with no reduction and 28
OCT. 27
DRUSILLA M. COOK. Deceased. Knoxvule. Tennessee 1963. : R. O'Dell Bronson TO EUGENE J. HILL ., ,
OCTOBER 27, 28, 29 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO or suddenly increased demand, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat GLENN RAY Madelyn K. Bronson. Residence Unknown
MAKE APPLICATION FOB a Petition has been tiled in Dated at Klsslmmee. Osceola "A TICKLISH AFFAIR"SHIILIY
Clerk of said Circuit Court NOTIFIEDthat
COMPUTE PROGRAM IN COLOR immediately in sight. he said, 26, YOU ARE
Florida. September
FINAL DISCHARGETO : said Court praying for leave to (CIRCUIT COURT County. Petition has been filed in
ALL, WHOM IT MAY I adding that "Beefs biggest competition sell at Public Auction, the following SEAL) 1963. the above a styled court by WALLACE JONCS GIG YOUNG
is described property belonging Marjorie R. Haye C. NICKLE AND PATRICIANICKLE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to said Estate, to.wlt Clerk Madelyn wife and husband. for -
Sunday Only 7:45 that Edward C. Grlssom Jr., has Don Wakeman of the Universityof Lou 2 to 7, inclusive of Led. Oct. 24. 1963 Deputy Oct. 3. 10. 17. 24 1963. the adoption of GERALD ALAN I
filed his final report as Executor better's Subdivision.
Florida discussed USDA feeder Osceola
Monday, Tuesday 8:15 I of the Estate of DrusWa M. Cook. County Florida
according to
i deceased; that he has filed petit grade standards, while the the official plat thereof as filed
"WESTBOUND"Sunday t tlon for final discharge, and that history and status of USDA's and recorded In the office of Now
he will apply to the Honorable the Clerk of the Circuit .
only 6:30 O. P. Johnson County Judge of dual grading was presented by of Osceola County. Florida.Court

Monday, Tuesday 7:00 Osceola 4th approval day County off same November and Florida for 1963 final on, discharge the for-Dr.University A. Z.of Palmer Florida., also of the and your in you written are hereby defenses required thereto to with file new name new size new style new spirit

forty days after the
first publication -
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 30th DrusUla as executor M. Cook of deceased.the estateof "Domestic producers of beef or posting herof. Should ,

FAMILY COUPON NITE"MARACAIBO" This 30th day of September. A.: may have to carry the load for you entered fall In therein due decree will be
D. 1963. foreign beef producers for several) Petition. course upon said !
/s/Edward C. Grlssom. Jr. new
Executor of the Estate of years if congress does not provide WITNESS my hand and the seal
7:00-10:30 DrusUla M. Cook. deceased. of said Court at Klsslmmee. Osce .
more protection Cushman ola
Jr. County Florida, this 12th day
Murray W. Overstreet. of November. A. D. 1962. es r w
"MAVERICK QUEEK" Attorney for Executor S. Radebaugh of Orlando and
Box 492Kissimmee. Fort Pierce, president of the
County Judge
9 P. M. Only. Florida
,I Oct. 3. 10.,17. 24. 1963. American National Cattlemen's Oct. 3. 10. 17, 24, 1963.

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CCU LA S S111 FI I EjD i4'1' D

LEGAL Instruction of Osceola County at IN RE: THE ESTATE OF 1 ed' will be pubiicl> opened ..n i
Minimum charge up -. BARGAIN BARN I Thacker and Ernest Sts., Kisslm I LOUIS E. TODD J read.
Comfe tel Zippers 5.; ToiwBrashe mee. Florida up to 10:00: AJiL. The Count reer\e the right treject .'.
to 15 words.................75c>> deceasedXX
7e; Ear B.b. Sc; 8ke REA L TO R.AMA TO DEFEND Tuesday. November 5. 1963. for the PROBATETO any and all bids and to w.1.'e
Each additional ord.... 5c 87e; Socks lie; rw... Tta; In the Circuit Court of the Ninth complete construction of Library I! ALL, WHOM IT MAY CONCERN formalities.
Shlrt SI; Fiat 11: DrtMO Judicial Circuit In and for Countyof Administration and Classroom Addition ; : (SEAL
Classified Display $1.40; Bags Me; Nyteu He; Osceola. State of Florida. In to Highlands Elementary; Notice Is hereby given that I BOARD OF COUNTY CO\: ,
Hakl *c: Puttee le; Blt Chancery School. Kisslmmee. Florida. have filed my final report as Executor MISSIONERS OF OSCEOHCOLNTY.
(Boxed) per inch.....-..SI.10 lie; Cap ISe; Spreads PM:. Plaintiff' vs. CfHOIDfl All bids received will be publicly'., of the Estate of LOUIS E FLORIDAB
Hair :''fdaIe; T-Sklrtc Me; RHODES. Defendant NOTICE TO opened and read aloud. Plans and TODD deceased; that I have tiled s. OREN BROWN
Deadline for all Classified Nearly' Everybody Tra4e at Tile CB, 2-BR home, large Fla. DEFEND The State of Florida to specifications may be examined at petition for final discharge and Vice Chairman
Advertising P.M. Tuesday Bar .I. Ban. C...e t. Stbert Catherine Rhodes. 608 National the office of the School Superin that I will apply to the Honorable Oct 17 24. 1963
5. I'' Mills Warehouse la Dareaport.foiMedUtfJy. room, efficient kitchen with Cemetery Road Florence. South tendent. Ernest & Thacker Sts.. O. P. Johnson. County Judge ofOsceola
prior to publication.CLASSIFIED. ; Follow the alfaa Carolina. You are hereby notified Klssiramee. or at the office of County. Florida, on the
: BARGAIN BARN. stove and refrigerator. . that a suit In equity for divorce Charles H. Parsons. Architect. 18 8th day of November. AD. 1963 STOVES KffltlOBAYOfcS
I Open. Week Ds,. Aad R.my w has been brought against you b> N. Stewart Ave.. Kisslmmee. Flor for approval of same and for final I
Shade trees, city water and Clarence Rhodes In the Circuit Ida.One discharge as Executor of the Estate USED
ADVERTISING Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit set of plans and specifications of LOUIS E. TODD. deceased.
RATESI I I 1 sewers, paved street . In and for County of Osceola. State and forms for bidding maybe This 10th day of October. AD FURNITURE
of Florida; andOU are hereby secured by general contractor 1963.
Phone 847-2881 FOR RENT- Lot 75'x165' . 8,500. summoned ordered and required to only from the office of the architect /WUhelmus G. Heeren Sewell.Thurmond
tile your written answer or de- by depositing $25.00. Executor of the Estate of
To Place Your Ad J fenses to the Complaint filed herein BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Louis E. Todd. deceased 1015 Wast Church ORLANDO
against you In the above entitled OF OSCEOLA COUNTY. THACKER AND THACKER
In FLORIDA. P.O. Box 527. Kissimmee. Fla.
cause. the office of the Clerkof
Vacancy for retired gentleman. the Circuit Court In and for By W. B. Stephens, Secretary Attorneys: for ExecutorOct.
ARTICLESFOR Room and Board. Private Osceola County. Florida at the Oct. 10. 17 24. 1963 17. 24. 31. Nov. 7. 1963 flowers far AN Occasions
Court House In
Klssimmee. Florida -
room. TV. S85.00 per month. on or before the 4th
SALE : 847-2045. $500 down $75 mo. No\.ember. 1963 and to serve day of a COUNTY IN THE JUDGE.COURT OF OSCEOLA THE IN COURT OF COFNTY JUDGEOSCEOLA BLUE HUGH'SFLORIST
copy of such answer or defenses COr:>TY. FLORIDA
upon Thacker & Thacker plaintiffs COUNTY. FLORIDA IN RE: ESTATE OF
ADAM DRYLIE deceased
attorney herein. whose ad-
FOR SALE: Five. room oil space ment. Sa month. 304 S. Dil- or dress Is Post Office Box 527. Kiss MAKE FINAL APPLICATION DISCHARGE FOR NOTICE OF FILING PETITION 2S HOADWAY MMS11LEAR.V

heater 50 gal. tank-2 20 tubing lingham. Inquire 203 S. Clyde immee. Florida on or before said 1=N RE THE ESTATE OF ) FOR ADMINISTRATRIXNOTICE FINAL DI CIIRCEOF
date as required by laIf
$45. Good condition. Call Ave. or call 847-3013 after $2,500 ownFLORIDA $60 mo. fall to do so. a decree pro con-you GEORGE deceased M. HALL )) IS HEREBY GIVEN
5 lasso will be entered against you hat I have filed m>- final reiur.i
847-4361 after 3 p.m.FOR IN PROBATE
p.m. for the relief demanded In the as Administratrix of the t'Si..ue I I : BARBERING'
Complaint. 01 Adam Dr>U*. deceased: that I Insure Your fatvre lw a
FOR SALE: 1956 Dodge pickup- RENT: Two bedroom furnished WITNESS my hand as Clerk of CERN NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN have tiled m> petition for ditributton llpalar pr.fe..i.a.
tires and motor in perfect con house. Screened front said Circuit Court and the seal of that I have filed my final reportas and for final discharge and 1 I'' Day Sir1tt Classes!
said Court Osceola that on the 10th day of November
at Kisslmmee \.A. Approved
dition. Call S92-3S67. St. Cloud porch, utility room. 915 Patrick County, Florida. on the 30th day GEORGE Executrix M HALL of ,the deceased Estate thatI of 1963. I will appl to the Honorable Orlando Barber College
Apply 913 Patrick after REALTYCOUNSELORS of September, A.D.. 1963. : O. P. Johnson Count Judge of
have filed Tr.
petition for final discharge Blossom
S Orange
FOR SALE 14 boat /!/ Glenn RajClerk Osceola CountFlorida for approval -
: ft. fibreglas 5:30: p.m. of the Circuit Court and that I will apply to of said final return and G\ Wl1!
35 h. Mercury motor. Also Osceola County Florida.Ct. the Honorable O. P Johnson. for an order of distribution and
FOR RENT ( Ct. Judge of Osceola County. florida. for final discharge as adminisirarix -
trailer. S575 104 Drury Ave. : Garage apartment. INC. Seal) on the 4th day of November. 1963 of the estate of Adam Drjiie.
Thacker and Thacker
Two bedrooms. garage. Phone Attorneys for Plaintiff for approval of same and for final deceased Call. .
FOR SALE: Travel Trailer on 8473819. Kissimmee. Florida discharge as Executrix of the Es. Dated September 2':. 1963
2 Broadway Kissimmee tate of GEORGE 3!. HALL,
three-quarter ton CMC Truck. Oct. 3. 10. 17. 24. 1963. deceased. Agnes McCarthy Parks Furniture Co.

Sleeps six. Water, light and FOR RENT: Furnished, two bedroom 847.3156 847 3157 This 30th day of September. A. As estate Administratrix of Adam Dr>lie of the deceased -
D.. 1963. Per Prompt1' R.po>r of Your
Harris house including utilities. OF THETY corso .
F. H. Wolford. 10
Phillip R. KelleyP. RCFRIOIRATOR
Blvd. $SO per month. Telephone 847- FLORIDAIN of the Estateof O. Box 331 (12 East Monument)
4733. RE; ESTATE OFLAWRENCE GEORGE M. HALL, Cisslmmee. Florida Pho".147-4171
: SPECIAL-Two large trailer lots deceased.
KENNETH Administratrix ,
FOR SALE Used lumber, Attome'for
I FOR RENT Furnished on lake. 130 x 300. With speiic REAL ESTATE RAMSEY 1HACKER AND THACKER Oct. 3. 10. 17, 24. 1963.
: apart- Box
t plumbing supplies, galvanized _. Deceased.NOTICE 527. Kissimmee. Fla.
ment and One with tank, electric pole. Water hook - TO CREDITORS Attorneys for ExecutrixOct.
inch material suit cottage. I
roofing, full Christian Science
TO ALL CREDITORS. 3. 10. 17. 24. 1963 TO BIDDERS
twin and one double beds. Car I on. Ready to move on. Only FOR SALE LEGATEES. NOTICE IS HEREBY
able for farm and ranch use. : In beautiful Orange DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER GIVEN I
$35.00 down and $20.00 month. al!* interested bidders that Society
Evans Hardware, 8474564. port. 320 Hughey. Gardens on a large landscaped SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS IX THE COURT OF THE COUX Board of County Commissioners of
Tropical Park on Route 441 in AGAINST SAID ESTATE; TY I ht. \\. JUDGE OSCEOLA C01S-
lot. A two bedroom CB YOU and County. Florida. u ill re1ccie .
each of Month
hereby r
BOAT FOR SALE 16' fibre- Trailer spaces for rent. Private North Kissimmee's fastest house with a Florida room. Inquire notified and required you are to pre-- IN TY.RE FLORID"i ESTATE OF i sealed bids until 10 00 A.M. I H .. HitnftolphSvntfty p.m.T
Peaceful and sent claims : October 28. 1963. for a new sit.I= | . . . H .
glass, offshore type wide, property. quiet. growing location. 1708 Oak St. any which you or LUCY A. WARBURTON inch deuatering to be used Stnrkti cm.GREEN'S
Telephone pump
deep safe. Side curtains backdrop Older people preferred. 847- 847-2325. either the estate of you of, Lawrence may have Kenneth against deceased. b>' the Osceola County Road DeI I I 'sadly Se...... . . . f1H s...

New convertible top and 4605. Furnished apartments three Rams b)'. deceased late of Cheboygan To all NOTICE Creditors.TO Legatees CREDITORS, Distri Osceola rartment Count Delivery Barn to at be Kisslmmee made to I t I
rooms Moorefield Building; CountY. State Michigan, to
new battery. 35 HP electric: FOR SALE-Entire contents of butees and all Persons having Park. Florida. All bids shall set i
the County Judge of Osceola County -
also main floor with I Claims Demands I
against forth
apartment or the I
approximate delivery date
starting Einrode'and trafler FOR RENT: Furnished apart- home. Furniture and dishes. at his office In the Courthouse said Estate Specifications max be obtained t FUEL
carport. 606 Emmett. 703 N. :Main 25th. 10:00 at Klssimmee Florida. within six YOU and each of you are hereby from Glenn Clerk '
847-1361 after 5 p.m. or Sat. ments N. Dixie Highway. Call Friday : months from the date of the first notified Ray of the Board !
urday. Hflf Street 847- ill 2:00. publication of this Notice. Each claims and which required to presentan of Count Commissioners at his: I
Bryan or phone you or eitherof office in the Courthouse at Kisslm Sales
4334. FOR RENT: One 3 room apart- claim or demand must be In writ- you. may have aplnst the estate mEe. Florida.Immediately. I i
KEROSENE FUEL OIL- PHIL- ment upstairs. One 2 room FOR SALE: Six room furnished ing residence and must of the state claimant the and place must of of Lucy \\arburton.. deceased following the time I

HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. Don't merely brighten your car. apartment downstairs. Well home. 17 bearing fruit trees. be sworn to by the claimant his City .State late of of the Virginia County,of to James the shown abo\e the proposals: rece,\- I 147.4111474111

OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 Lot 163 x 200. Located near agent or attorney or the same County Judge of Osceola Count KISSIMMIE
pets. . Blue Lustre them. . furnished clean and private will become void according to law. .
at his office In the Court Houseat
NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941. eliminate rapid reselling. Rent baths. 21 Central. 847-4509. golf course. Apply 107 E. Dar This September 30. 1963.Ewa Kissimmee. Florida within six For G0 Dikv+n?: PtQ"

electric shampooer $1. Parks lington Ave. Ramsby calendar months from the date of MORTAR MIX Harold W .'.Ox8

BUY. FROM THE Furniture Co. Unusually attractive 3 room the Ancillary estate Administratrix of Lawrence of the. first publication of this Notice STEEL & WIRE MESH R. A. RoKfcor 847...S)*
Each claim or demand must
GAZETTE ADVERTISERS apartment. Close-in. Also room FOR SALE: Houses (NOT Kenneth Ramsby deceased. be In writing and must state the Kenneth Wtd..

and bath private entrance. 118 LAND) wood floors. Can be Phillip R. Kelley place of residence of the claimantand 892-79511. Cferf)
Post Office Box 331
must be sworn to by the claim tGifAisliRtJ
seen in Holopaw. Call Orlando Phone
For Got Sen
South Beaumont. 8474011. Kisslmmee, Florida ,
ant. his agent or attorney or the <
277-7601 and 2776372. Attorney for Ancillary same will become void accordingto ifTr1Qr J. ft "IWrtrco 647-4062
CLOSEOUTTROPICAL Administratrix law. r a.o SALE OR RENT: Three bedroom FOR SALE: Three bedroom Oct. 3. 10. 17, 24, 1963 This the 30 day of September. E:+tory Bronson 847-4570

HOTEL FURNISHINGSAND house. Partly furnished will house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x 1963.Letty Gregory ArmIstead Leo Greed 847-2041
NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION R. H "hall 892.1212.* S t. CIoIIOf .*
furnish complete. Two bedroom 300. Air conditioned. Priced to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hanson Terrel Warburton coil H T_ S'morons, Mgr
.:' furnished or not furnished will sell.. Contact Betty Eby. 847- that: an election will be held on Martha urran KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX 10-0&81'9

i .ri. :' ,, RESTAURANT. .: - ,"..EQUIPMENT. sell on easy terms. Phone John 2881 .or 847.4266.Furnished ._ T '. election Tuesday.precincts;Npvember of 5.Osceola JL963.- ..tln County all, .Sue Gregory.WarburtonRedd .. ,'b'A tr..AJV .31' ,'.
cc B. Farmer. 8474638. Florida tothe following. .. AN'CILLAREXECt.RICES
C G S.r 4.44.81
1. To elect three school trustees WARBURTON. Phone: 847-3524 )cp.E.c-! S* C :-::: 692'34:
Main and Vine Streets FOR RENT: Three room apart- In the CountXot more than DECEASED .
r apt. for rent. $60 one trustee will --- -
be elected
ment on lake front. Furnished. from l/s/ Phillip R.:Kelley
With 10 acres land....... ....$1,000 down any one county school board member [P. O. Box 331. Kissimmee. Fla.
carport. By month or I
residence district. On the ballot I ATTORNEY FOR EXEPI:TRICES SlEVltl
furnished house... .$5,250 -
son. Call 847-3866 after 5 2 BR. for approval of trustee for the district IX THE COURT OF THE COUN. Radio and
p.m. 3 BR. 2 bath ...... ......._..$12,000 shall be printed the names TY JCDGE OSCEOLA C01:\Tr. ELECTRICAL| APPLIANCES
of all who hate been
3 BR. 2 bath.$250 inated by petition of five or more Oct. 3. COMIUTI t40IIIjf IICtStttIflS<<
APARTMENTS FOR RENT-$9. 10. 17. 21963.
persons qualified toote in the T V
tlh $11, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul REALTY election Board filed with the County IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THNINTH FURNITURE CO.
at least fifteen (IS: ) daysprior
Davis 114 Emmett Street. 810 R. Vine St. to the holding of the election JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ARKS
requesting that the
FOR RENT Kitchenettes I such persons be placed on the ballot 6306. DIVORCE; SHARON; EDWARDS
to beoted upon as trusteesof
rooms and trailer apartmentswith that school district. Plaintiff. versus WILLIAM

lake and shuffleboard. By 2. To determine the number of S EDWARDS. Defendant.
mills of Special Tax
week month or year. Capitol tax which shall be levied and District collected FLORIDA TO. WILLIAM S. NORRIS CLEANERS

:Motel St. Cloud. Hwy. 441 NEW HOME ensuing l annually years for within the the next said two EDWARDS.. Pennsylvania 811 Lacka NOTICE Ave.. Mayfield IS-

School District. HEREBY GIVEN that Plaintiff has
FOR RE.Vf-.Q room unfurnished County qualified electors In instituted suit for divorce againstyou KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
YOlCOOKJWITh3ECAUSE GAS house. 8 Brack Street Call 847- 3 bedroom cement block. county who pay a tax on real or In the above styled Court and 103 East Dakin. Phone 847-4941
you are hereby summoned ordered
built-in kitchen. personal shall be entitled
3702 after 6 p.m. to vote In property this election. and required to file your written
The County Board Member Res- answer or defenses to the Com-
., plaint filed In the above styled
AMERICA'S FINEST idence Districts han been designated -
$8,850Small follows cause In the office of the Clerk of
as :
RANGES ARE GAS RANGES County Board Member Residence the Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial -

Flexible and efficient. meeting District No. 1 will comprise Precincts Circuit of Florida in and for
Down Payment 6 and 7. Osceola County at his office In the ROTHROCK SEPTIC
every modem cooking need Fait Courthouse In Kissimmee. Florida.
County Board Member Residence
clean economical cooking. Man. District No.; 2 will comprise Pre. on or before the 25th day of November -
ual controls or fully automaticYou clncts 1. 2. 3 4 & 5. 1963. and to serve a copy
can expect outstanding per 8474876WANTED County Board Member Residence thereof on Plaintiffs attorney. TANK CO.
xormance with a d1st1ncUYICreen' : District No. 3 will comprise Precincts whose name and address are set
8 and 9. out below Should you fall to do
Fuel Gas Range.
k County Board :Member Residence .0. Decree Pro Confesso will be
J District o.I will comprise Pre- entered against you. Witness my
wk cincts 10. 11 and 14 hand as Clerk of said Court and CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS.
County Board Member Residence the seal of said Court at Klsslmnee. -

t GREEN'S FUEL J & District 12 No and 5 13.will comprise Precincts 18th. day Osceola of October.County 1963.Florida. this SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE FOR EVERY NEED.

Border of the Board of Public (CT CT. SEAL. ) CEMENT WORK 280 GALLON GREASE TRAPS
Instruction of Osceola County. Flor- GLENN RAY
THE 'J1 Help wanted: General Office ida. Clerk Circuit Court

GAS work. Typing and bookkeeping.Give S. Miles Sharp Chairman Osceola County. Florida
Board of Public Instruction Murray w, O\erstreet, Jr. 15 YEARS EXPERIENCEK.
past or present employment Osceola County. Florida. t znioOgfla1nUf:
and Attest: W. B. StephensSuperintendent P
PARKS FURNITURE CO. experience. Replieswill and Secre- Kissimmee. Florida
C. Owner and
be kept confidential if requested tary. Board of Public Instruction Oct. 24. 31. Nov. 7. 14. 1962 ROTHROCK Operator

Reply to Kissimmee Osceola County LOCATED AT KISSIMMEE TRANSIT-MIX CO. "
"See Us For Your Gas Appliances"KISSIMMEE Florida
r Gazette Box 931-M. Oct. 3. 10. 17. 24. 1963 IN THE COURT OF THECOU1lo'TY

PHONE 847-3524
Sealed bids will be receded at MAKE APPLICATION FOB
_. ; grooming. Two experienced op the office of the Board of Public FINAL DISCHABGE
f i erators. Phone 4T-2565 or 841I

I 3670. 8 a Jn. to 12 noon for ap

For Any OfThese pointment. STEEL SALESAny

{ FLORENCE HARNETT Dimension-Any Amount-Competitively

CallUs Services LOST AND Truck Bodies- Priced. ,-Horse Trailers
and Trailers.

WE WANT Formerly with Florida Realty Coun- Complete Mobil Welding Shop AH Work hetHtf.e4.

CommercialStructures> wife in auto accident selors Inc. is associated with Old Orlando Highway Near Livestock Market.
l lt YOUR BUSINESS Gentleman 51, healthy. intelligent ROUTE 1, BOX 258-A KISSIMMEE

t needs correspondence.Box our office ... She will be pleased to

Remodeling 3M Ocoee, Fla. assist you in the sale or purchase of LOU YOUNG, WELDINGPHONE

w. ... no rvoson why we should b* a shrinking viekt when It O AckfttoitswNHRv LOST Female German Shepherd Real Estate of all types. 8473898OSCEOLA

CWMS to asking for business.W. haY. a lot to offer. For xampUtfeswrmc five
months old named

w. ..".... ..., the "est .a4 ..... d peHew. AlH.iRIIM "Sugar." Also small brown dog

i : fa Amwka.Y with white tip on tail. "Tippie." TIRE
Near Intercession City. Reward Drop in or call 847-3133

.v 'gat oar v.4iWl04 ottMtMA U eoB.eH g s claim.cweputo . Harold Hand. 263, Inter SERVICEUAI

BMmfctr. w.'n sa reu' aids.t AI..iRYRI cession Qty 8172789.NOTICE. 11:6:

t y.... find n .M *tfft to y H' htomts eM nailaWe A lrv RTn Vv Custom Recapping

24 boars a dsy. W. ...... spar the ..... .......... W. H. MORSE CORPORATION W
S StorefrontMarquee 223 S. BERMUDA


WE WANT YOU BUSINESS I will not be responsible for any KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA.

Estimates debts incurred by anyone other

than myself:


LUPFER'SInsurance .

v. Fit -

I will not be responsible for

1918.. -1963! BUILDING. debts incurred by anyone other INSURANCE OSCEOLA CEMENT PRODUCTS, INC.

11 Stewart St than myself




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INTERCESSlOtf'CITt NEWS Garden Club News \ George W. Bartee School To Issue

Killed in Fall
Bulbs like soil that is well
Farm-Grove-Ranch Revival Services Are
rained, or fungi becomes a
George Washington Bartee 67. October 25By

.::c News and Reviews they serious do need problem.controlled However mois- of Intercession City, was fatally Paper
Held HereBy injured in a fan at a local citrus
Being ure, not too wet or too dry. plant Wednesday afternoon.A .
rlSSilDmH Ga ."., Oct. U, IMS Pap 8 Organic matter or sand in native of JEAN GOLDDfO the time the paper. goes to press.
Greenup County
heavy soil is advisable. An Kentucky he had been residentof The Osceola High School student The student body will be ask-
MfcS. 0:11. OWLETT ed for the winter-- during the application of 6-6-6 at planting Osceola County for a the past newspaper will be printedand ed to submit names suitable to

The Reverend Mr. Biemes, past week are Mr. and Mrs. is desirable. Bulbs shouldbe 10 r distributed for the first time the paper, these names to be

County Agent Comments publisher of The Midnight Cry Edward Bolt John Pedroe and planted three times their : He years.was a painter. this school year, on Friday October judged by a panel to be com-

was in town during the past Mr. and Mrs Mark Pidcoe of depth. After lifting bulbs Survivors include his wife 25. posed of representatives from

I week, ,calling on acquaintances. Pennsylvania. The granddaughter should be kept in a dry shad. Florence Bar t e e. Stepmother,, A rather unique feature of this area newspapers.' The person

'His office headquarters Is at''' of the Pidcoe's has come ed cool location. Sarah Bartee, Grosse Point Park paper will be the fact that it submitting the winning name

Cattlemen Can Be Mission Village, Summerfield, down to spend some time with The Daylily circle met Wed Michigan. Four daughters, Mrs. win be issued without a name, will receive a free copy of the

Florida. them. Oct 16, with Mrs. Murray Ned Slonaker Lima Ohio Suz- since the publishers have decided school paper for the remainder ,
The tragic death of George W. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Pruyne Overstreet Jr., Mrs. Wm anne Bartee, Vicki Lynn Bartee to drop the name BtfM of the year.Sponsors .

Proud Of EffortsBy Bartee last Wednesday was a of Elmira, N. Y. are winteringhere. Prather. co-hostess. Mrs. E. and Edna Louise Bartee all In- STEER in favor of a new name, of the paper are

{shock to Intercession City. Many They are living in the O. Johnson led the devotions, ,tercession City. Two sons, Kenneth which has not been selected at. Journalism and :DCT classes.

:friends attended the funeral Nelson Morgan. house. They reading passages from the I J. Bartee. Marion, Ohio and --

JIM SMITH held for the of. service which was held in Kis- spent the past week-end at the Bible pertaining to gardens. :George Allen Bartee, Intercession Van Ettens To Hold I I! Amy Dell Swallows
being purpose Mrs. Harry Northrop was
simmee on Saturday. The Reverend home of their son in Orlando.
County Agent renewing old acquaintances and Fred Toms conducted the Word has been received of the welcomed as a new member. City. One brother John Open House SundayThe Rites Are Held
Bartee Bethalto II
The m.
Orange and Osceola Coun- \the strengthening of existing ties Two sis-
Mrs. Miles Sharp present.ed
service. Hill
was in Rose serious illness of Clarence Huff-
Cattlemen's ters, Carrie Windsor St. Louis
ty Association ,
can Funeral services foroDen
among men of agriculture. Cemetery. Immediate survivorsare a program on the preparation Reverend and Mrs. D. L. I
be proud of their efforts in sponsoring Dr. Marvin A. Brooker, dean his widow, two sons and man.Mr.. and Mrs. Eddie Manheim and use'of dried materials Grosse Missouri Point and Dorothy Dixon Van Etten are holding open i!!Swallows 56 o< 2504 Old Dixie

the Mid Winter Convention -:)f the College of Agriculture four daughters. He was sixty- spent the past week-end in Tam- giving different methods Park. house for members and friends I Highway, Kissimmee, were held
of the Florida Cattlemen's I and Dr. E. T. York Jr., Univer- seven of with Mrs. Manheim's of drying plant forms, Funeral services were held at of the First United Presbyterian I at 3 o'clock Friday from the

Association last week. Many ily of Florida provost for agriculture years age.Announcement is made of the pa par- with samples, and showinghow 10:30 a.m. Saturday from the Church at the new manse 716 Grissom Chapel, with the Revs.R. .
people visited Osceola County I will be hand wel- ents.The Grissom Chapel with the Rev. V. Katrffraan John Magnessand
on to marriage of LaMar Campbell Reverend Henry T. Roe, to use the finished pro- Fred Toms S. Clyde Avenue on Sunday October
and Kissimmee and were well come guests, but there will be and Miss Jeanette Y. duct. Minister of the 27th from 3:00 to 6:00 John Wetmore, officiating
I Clinger. They formerly of Binghamton, N.
Church. of the
pleased with the reception received -, Nazarene officiat- Obsequies at Osceola Memory
formal he related. ;
no program, The Gloriosa Circle met p.m.
in New York
are honeymooning supplied the pulpit of the Christian :
ing. Interment
while here. Many of these followed in Rose Gardens were conducted by Rebekah -
Kickoff time for the breakfastwill and Penn. and Alliance Friday with Mrs. D. E. Coop-
visitors from all parts of the Missionary Hill Cemetery.. Grissom Funeral Lodge Number 23, of St.
be 7:45 a.m. in the banquetroom rrider Mrs. Wm Sussen-
The Reverend Mr. Shaffer Church this past Sunday. He and ,
Home was in
charge of
state expressed their appreciation arrange- Cloud. Grissom Funeral Home
of the Student Center. co-hostess. Mrs. Clyde
pastor of the Wesleyan Meth- Mrs. Roe were guests of Mr. berger ments.
to me for the effort put was in charge of arrangements.Church .
Dr. Krezdorn said of Nelson the devotions
many odist Church, has returned from and Mrs. O. G. Owlett. gave Is
forth by members of the Chamber -those who would like to attend vacation. Mrs. Charles Jacobs and :Mrs. telling how the hymn "Abide

of Commerce and Cattlemen's the breakfast may have been Revival services are being Tessie Cox attended a home- With Me" come to be written. William J. Heath InitiatedOsceola Circle

Association in getting our missed during the mailing of in- held this week in the Pilgrim I i coming celebration of the Den- Plans were completed fora

headquarters building here in vitations. However, he invites Holiness Church under the special nis family at Pine Hills Florida rummage sale to be held Dies on SaturdayWilliam High School is initi- To Hold Meeting

Osceola County. anyone interested in attendingto ministry of the Reverendand I last weekend. Sat. Oct. 26 at 14 W. Darlington ating a first in education in Os-

With farm population continu- send $1.30 for each reserva- :Mrs. Richard Grindstaff of Mrs. Mary Frankenfield wasa starting at 7:00: a.m. Members Jacob Heath, 81, of ceola County this week. A new The Mary's and Martha's Or-

ously getting smaller people not tion to Alpha Zeta, Room 108 Kentucky. : business caller in Orlando re are asked to bring their 114 S. Beaumont died Saturday program designed to give ad- |Icle of First Christian Church

directly engaged in Agriculturelose McCarty Hall, University of Ernest Coolbear is serving as cently. 'rummage to the room Friday morning. He was a Methodistand vance or remedial work to stu- !'I will meet at the home of Mrs.

sight of its importance. Na- Florida, Gainesville. Reservations manager of the Christian Day I' Mrs. Roxie Wisenberg was in afternoon, between 1-4 p.m. resident of Kissimmee for dents in off-school hours will go Donna Wade 19 Keene Street.

tional Farm City Week opens on must be received by October school. I St. Petersburg last Tuesday on Mrs. Robert Amster and the past ten years. into effect Monday night at 7:00 Tuesday October 29 at 7:30:

November 22 and will be observed 23. Among those who have return-j business. Mrs. Stuart Nelson are new Upon his retirement from the when the first classes in mathe- p.m. for their monthly meetingand

all over our nation. Ac- members of the group. Mrs. Champaign, HI. Fire he matics and social studies will annual Hal--ween party
tivities will be scheduled that
United I Orange Gardens Jottings Sam Prather was a guest. moved to St. Cloud. As a young meet. and Masquerade.Mrs. .
will bring city dwellers, indus- Appeal Mrs. Robert Ford presented man he was employed on what is English and science will be Jean Hammer is co-

try and agricultural people together Has Good StartThe a program on dried arrangement now the B. and O. Railroad and offered at the same hour on hostess.

so as to promote a better 50 Persons giving pointers for a time fired an engine for Tuesday nights. The November meeting will
understanding of each other'sproblems. United Appeal fund drive Enjoy and showing how the material Casey Jones. This is an effort to give the be held at the home of Mrs.

A committee will be,: nears the half-way mark with can be used. He is survived by his wife Nell students an opportunity to do ; Gladys McDowell.

organized in Osceola County to close to $10,000 in cash and Now is the time to- of Kissimmee, one daughter Mrs.J. either advanced work, or to improve i All members are urged to

conduct these activities.Dee pledges already on hand, Horace Thursday OutingBy Trim and feed roses that have E. Neyland and two grand- their standing in regular make an article for auction at
Viehman and Bill Ward Phipps, president of the Osceola survived the summer. Plant children of Cortez, Florida. day classes. The school believes this meeting.

Osceola County 4-H Club boys County United Appeal, said yes- fall bulbs, the right speciesare Funeral Services were held in that many students will avail

received Junior Conservation terday.At en. All those interested in joining on the shelves now. themselves of this opportunity to
ANNA J. REYNOLDSLast the Chapel of the Riedel Funeral
Awards from the Florida Wildlife the time Jack Stal- further enrich learning experi- Dept. Opens
same Thursday, Oct. 17, was a this activity can obtain further Happy gardening. Home at 3:00 P.M. Sunday with
Federation for their work in
lard, St. Cloud chairman, an- information from Miss MarjorieFish ences by attending these classesone
Conservation. These awards very busy day for the residents Rev. B. B. Williams, Pastor of New SeasonThe
are nounced the campaign in this 01 Orange Gardens Community.At 1723 Oak St., 'phone 847- the First Methodist Church offici hour each of the nights in-
the St. Cloud Ki-
sponsored by is under steam. He dicated.If .
city getting 10:00 a.m. several folks met 2074. Fruit Firm'Elects ating. Members of the I.O.O.F., American
wanis Club in cooperation with Home Depart-
said would be enough interest is evinced,
a report meeting Several ladies from
the Florida Wildlife Federation.Florida's at the Community Bldg. and left Orange St. Cloud, served as casketbear- ment of the Kissimmee Woman's
held Thursday night in the officeof for Moss Park Picnic and Swim Gardens attended the Friendship Officers ers. Riedel Funeral Home in the library may be opened during Club the -
opened 1963-64
agricultural industry Don Lettow, a member of Altho the weather Club luncheon held in Kissim- these class periods at a later
members and their families are Party. was a DAVENPORT R. B. Huffaker charge. year with a covered dish dinner
the UA board of directors. date.
little cool for mee on Thursday, Oct. 24. I
invited to join University of Twelve men have started their too swimming, Bartow attorney was elected -- recently at the home of Mrs.
Florida agricultural alumni, faculty there are features which made i of Hills Theresa Clemons on the old Orlando
president Holly Fruit
in St. Cloud. Social
campaign They the party very enjoyable. About I Mr. Morris James of 712 Elks' To Security
and students in a "Home- Products Inc. here Monday by Highway.Mrs. .
I members of Lions,
are St. is
50 took I George scheduled to enter
coming Breakfast," October 26. I and Rotary clubs. Stallard said activities persons such part in horseshoe various Orange Memorial Hospital on the firm's board of directors to Official To Be HereA Robert Metier, chairman
The breakfast is being as succeed the late presided and opened with
E. Di-
spon- the campaigners are Lettow J.Ray and outdoor Oct. 27 where he will undergo Harry InitiateMeID.bers
sored by Alpha Zeta, agricul- Smith Louis Berson, Frank pitching other Cristina. representative of the Social the club collect followed by the
games, and others just visited surgery.Dr. Security Administration District salute to the '
ture's honor, leadership and Other officers elected were: R. flag.
Yeasel Jim Renneker D. A. and Mrs. Beau-
service fraternity, and held in with friends and neighbors over V. Huff first vice-president; W. Office in Orlando will be at the Minutes of the last meeting ,
Wagner, Clary Brooks, Bob their picnic lunches. So there champ have returned from a
connection with the Universityof Fisk, Bill Dawson, V. E. Den- for business conference in New Or- P. Hickman. vice-president in Community House in Kissimmeeon were approved, treasurer's report -
was something
Florida's annual Homecoming everyone to charge of operation and Louis Monday November 4 and heard and correspondenceread.
linger, Gordon Dawson, and the enjoy, and from reports that was leans. On Tuesday evening, October
activities.Dr. W. McKnight, vice-president in Monday, November 18, 1963 be- Reports were given on a
A. H. Krezdorn, chancellor Rev. Kenneth Thornton. the opinion from all those who charge of sales, procurement of 29th Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. tween the hours of 9:0 a.m. and recent Stanley party held at the
Among those firms already Major Arnold L. Simonson of
attended the party. 873 will hold its regular monthly -
of Alpha Zeta and head of fruit and grower relations. G. H noon. home of Mrs. Cfearies Johnston.
signed for payroll deduction plan 1698' Orange Blvd. is patientat
Initiation with officers
the Fruit Crops Department for Roehlk continues as secretaryand This service is made availableto The members will sell Christmas -
are Cody Publications, Tupperware The Round Robin Shuffleboard Orlando Air Force Hospital. under the leadership of
the Agricultural Experiment M. F. Paris stays on as those who wish to apply for cards with Miss Marilyn
Home Parties Persons
tournament began Monday Oct. Exalted Ruler Jack White -
Stations, Agricultural Extension manager of single strength juice performing old-age and survivors insurance Dietrick as chairman.
I Mickler Lumber, City of Kis- 21. It is expected that about 40 FPC William Marvin, Jr. returned the ceremonies.The .
Service and the College of Agriculture and sections. benefits, social security account Mrs. Charles Johnston and
simmee, Osceola Memory Gardens players will participate in this Sunday to report for duty usual roast beef dinner, Miss
numbers Isabell
said the breakfast is or information Bartholomew will
Shores Mens Wear, Bobs tournament which will be held at Camp Lejune, U.S.M.C.. base. for 1.00 per member will be about the Social Security Program be hostesses for the November

Tuxedo Feed Riedel Motors, every Monday and Wednesdayat Cancer served by the ladies of the Aux- meeting.
Kissimmee Furniture Hunt Orange Gardens communitycourt. Miss Carol Simonson spent the SocietySchedules.Meetin iliary from 6:30: o'clock on and

Brothers, Parks Fumture, both These tournaments are weekend at the home of her par- the meeting will start promptly
Kissimmee and St. Cloud; and scheduled to be held until the ents, Major and Mrs. Simonson. at 8:00 o'clock.

First Federal Savings and Loan middle of January.It The new members to be initiated -
Association, both St. Cloud and ONCE OVER LIGHTLY: How men and women who are include James R. Kasper, CLEAN UP.

Kissimmee. is expected that about 8 A Sunday school teacher was interested in the fight against Stephen E. Wysong, George E. .

residents of Orange Gardens explaining the Day of Judgment. cancer can contribute their services Shepherd, James R. Greene,

BANK Historical Society will participate in the Senior "Thunder will boom," he told learn more about problemsof George E. Craiger and Louis

Citizens bowling team to be heldat the pupils. "Flames will pour cancer and become volunteersin Feuerstein. '

Holds MeetingThe : Sky Lake Lanes. The first from the heavens. There will be the American Cancer Society Together with their wives,

KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA season's first meeting of meeting will be held on Thursday -gigantic floods, and earthquakeswill will,, be told at the sixcountyC they will meet for a special

the Osceola County Historical Oct. 24th at which time split open the ground to a nee r Education Conference meeting called by Secretary

Society was held Oct. 14 at the plans will be made for future swallow all." which will be held, Wednesday, Frank Broyles for Friday evening -

home of Mrs. Metzger of Kissim- scheduled games. These games "Will I get off from school October 30th. at the Trade Winds October 25th at the lodge Ir Ir I-

:mee. are open to both men and wom interrupted a little girL Cafeteria Buffet Lounge, Park. quarters, when the officers and

Serving the The speakers of the evening wood Plaza, Orlando. committee chairmen will acquaint -

Farming Interestsof were'T. S, Oliver Sr. and Arthur There is no admission chargeto them with the facilitiesof

Jones of Kissimmee who related Halloween Hop the sessions which start at the local Lodge and outlinethe '
County many interesting facts about the 4:30: p.m. and an open invitation history of the Order to them.

for, Over 735 Year early days of both of our cities is extended to all interested citi- After the meeting the ladies of :!. n+

and Jones' produced a number of zens of Erevan, Lake Orange, the Auxiliary will offer refreshments
early publications of Kissimmee. Aid To Haiti Osceola, Seminole and Volusia to all for a social get-to-

Oliver told of Mr. King, the counties. gether. All local members are

I !gent' of The Seminole Land and I The Hallowe'en hop plannedfor I losis which results in horrible cordially invited to attend.
Investment Co. which had Subjects which will be presented .
the Osceola Junior High crippling. The situation has been During the last regular lodge
bought 35000 acres of land from !School is into and discussed during the program session the entertainment com-
rapidly growing an studied by UNICEF for years,
The Kisimmee Lumber Co., hav- Aid to Haiti" by authoritative speakers mittee announced that a special
affair, says Mr. and the best preventive of such VALUE UP !
doubts of the will include the following "The
MEMBER flDEtAl DEPOSIT ing expressed prevalence Edward E. Taylor principal of crippling so far has been powdered Halloween Costume Dance has
Field of (the
Cytology" subdivi-
of snakes, was presented -
been planned for
msutANa cotrounoN the school. skim milk for the Haitians Saturday eve-
with oatmeal boxful of rat- sion of biology which deals with
an I ning, November 2nd when AINova's
Not that the "hop" and the fun refuse to give up their preciouscows
in cells); "Importance of Regular
tles collected the the
by men will be eliminated-that won't though they are few in Orchestra will play for Florida land values are up today and.
Physical Check-Ups" "Cancer
of their work of ;
course survey- the pleasure of all members
happen! But and ,
something new number and those few diseasedKissimmee's .
CompleteGROVE the site of St. Cloud. Oliver Patient Services and Functions
ing their friends and their wives records show that values
.big will be added. Spurred by the young studentsare of Tumor property are
of St. Clinics" "Alive Today
drew the first plot map
news and of the suffer- from 9:00 o'clock on. To defray
lot and it is
a generous hop-
As Described by a Man bred
Cloud. when land is cleared
.ing and devastation, Haiti ed that other resident of Kissim "Cancer expenses of the evening a even higher or
of Cancer" Education
The first sale of lots was made ;
I caused by hurricane Flora the will match their charge of $3.00 per couple will
by drawing a capsule from a mee thoughtful FUm Showing"; "Keeping the be asked. improved. It may pay you to clean up
Junior High students will
a and and
pay ness generosity add to Public Informed".
box with the location
SERVICE't side. Each sale was limited given -to 25c admission charge plus at their conrtibutions for Haiti. There will be prizes given for your land, too, no matter if you're planning -
Cancer Education literaturewill
S least one gift intended for the One immediately asks '"Whatdoes the most original the most humorous -
f four lots for each buyer. Be- grieving survivors in Haiti. Both Haiti need?" These are be on display and available and the best over-all to sell or not.
5th St. and the lake much
the "hop" and the "Aid to Haiti"are without cost to those attendingthe costume of the evening.The .
things that are always useful to
of the rich muck land was planted land be
i being sponsored and plannedby i Haitians: conference which will adjourn awards will be made in U When improving you'll mon

Jones in sugar told of cane.the ice plant in the Junior Future Teachersof I 1. Strong cotton clothing. It at 9:00 p.m. conjunction with a presentation ey ahead by using a land clearer who
America. march by a special of
Kissimmee where large catchesof may be used, but should not be panel
.. These will be collected judges. the business. He's the
fish were packed for ship- gifts by weak with wear and age because knows usually
G.M. ment. St. John's Episcopal Church and Haiti has little soap, and clothingis Tea Honors There win be no dinner served

sent to Haiti along with gifts washed in streams and beaten Mrs. PratherThe that night and the regular Fam- man with dependable Caterpillar machinery

HUGHEYGROVE New School from that church, to Sister Joan with rocks to get it clean. ily Night will be held on Friday from Rozier. Caterpflter-buftt

Margaret an Episcopalian Sister 2. Two and three yard lengthsof home of Mrs. William.. evening, November 1st with

SERVICE & Course SuccessfulAnimal connected with the Episcopal new cotton cloth, any pattern Prather was the scene of a. dinner from 6:30 on and with tractors are designed for tough Florida

MANAGEMENTSpd church in Port au Prince and or plain. Unbleached sheeting is beautiful tea given Saturday by the social activities following directly .

Husbandry one of the Director of St. Vincent's School. fine. Mrs. Prather and Mrs. Holmes after the dinner. clearing jobs . removing stumps,
Boom & Hand new courses added to the list of
for Crippled Children.
3. Needles-a real
treasure to in honor of their new
Spraying subjects taken at Osceola High brush, palmettos and trees. ,
Sister Joan Margaret is in Haitian 'women for there aefew daughter-in-law and grant r

Mechanical rtHixlng &Hoing Dusting, Banking be School this successful.Bill year, has proven to Haiti the counterpart of Dr. needles in Haiti for same daughter-in-law Mrs. William Road Costs Are For higher land values-clear your

Cultivating very Sweitzer in Labarene Africa strange reason. Prather Jr. Being Questioned

Perry the instructor of though the story of her long 4. A box of assorted buttons, The house was decorated in a land. Call the man who operates Cater

For Prsenanzd krvlc. the course has stressed his years of dedicated aid to Haiti's all colors and all sizes is most profusion of fan roses and the Osceola County officials
ideals of the raising and breed- crippled children has not pillar machinery from Rozier.
yet tea table was centered with an through County Attorney Murray
Dan-oon Av.., Klsslmm.. ing of beef cattle from a scien- been written. She is well known 5. Sewing thread all colors all arrangement of white gladioli) Overstreet Jr.. have asked State

tific point of view. in Florida and doctors in Orlando sizes but it should be strong. and mums. A sentimental fea- Road Board member Max Brewer -

and Miami have done muchto 6. Powdered skim milk. It must ture of the table was the top] for an explanation of the in-

supply her with drugs medi be skim milk because powdered layer of the golden wedding anniversary crease in the cost of the Nova 4-T

RANCH GROVE ones, eye glasses and used whole milk becomes rancid in cake of Mr. and Mrs. Road which will connect KIssim- L.

prosthetic devices for the crip Haiti's heat Holmes Prather. mee and SL Cloud with Missile-

pled. 7. Medicines and drugs. During the afternoon one hun land.Overstreet ROZIERMACHINBRY

SPREADER SERVICEEARL Aside from the disastrous 8. Small and simple household] dred and fifty guests were meat pointed out that the

blows delivered by Floria Haiti articles with plenty of sturdyyear the door by Mrs. R. Elmo estimate of total costs has jumped .

has more crippled cchildren per left in them. Griffin and ushered to the re- to $3.l35.< co.
MURPHY. hundred than any other place in ceiving line consisting of the the original estimate.

OWNERflPHONE the world. "Why?" asks everyone These are the kinds of gifts honoree and hostesses. i Overstreet said he felt the -

who hears this. "How does Kissimmee's youth will bring for Others assisting with the fiery county commissioners are "more OR'L ;Nlj-a 'FLORDA.TAMPAI
I 847-3821 1 I that happen Haiti. Kissimmee may well be ing were Mrs. Harry Dale. Mrs. than willing to spend the entire -- -
It happens 'because all of Hai proud of its Junior High students Lester Ivey Mrs. Pat Dollar $2 million allocated for this project

ti's cattle have tuberculosis, and who, while having Hallowe'en fun Mrs. Elizabeth Dillard, Mrs but they do not want to I CATERPILLARCaterpillar. :

Post Office Box 143 KtMtmrn, Fla. children who drink mflk from tu themselves still are thoughtful William Sipple and Mrs. Jerry jeopardize . the other vital Ct m4 Tr..t.r .,. .., .t. .
bercular cows get hone tubercu of those who nr.tnt A:n fnri1mltt Tv,"" ..-d rwniAM. ,- ...;. -.i ttr.4.war1. .t .. ..... .11.i T.ct.. ,. ..

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