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

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VOL.. 69-NO. 48 Kfssimme Entered c as !KISSIMMEE.! FLORIDA.. THURSDAY.. NOV. 7. 1963 rone at7 zssi' GES PLUS 32 PRICE TEN. CENTS
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An Uppermost QuestionTempers Funeral Services

Flare In St. CloudBy For Byron Hileman

4711 -ait BERSON" sion. are because when we came (Hod- Funeral services were held
ST. CLOUD Question upper Under new business the Mayor gins and Brooks) you (mayor) Monday for Byron P. (Bob) Hfle- PASSED AWAY
most in the minds of most people read a statement which in part refused to stay for a meeting." man, 45, principal of Osceola ;"- .
w #rnM1 today is: Does St. Cloud said "I feel I would be .derelictIn Ford replied "This would High School for the past 9%
have a functioning government?i [ my duty if I did not bring up have constituted a new meetingand years.

c Commissioners John B. Hudson two new items of business . would have been as much Born in Jacksonville he was
Virgil Brooks and Charles Hod- we are the laughing stock of out of order as the meeting later graduated from the Lakeland
gins walked out of Thursday'sCity many communities in this state called by Brooks." Public Schools and graduated

Commission meeting'after . the action of three commis- Hodgins asked City Attorney Cum Laude" from Gordon Military -
a flare of tempers between sioners is a reflection on the O. P. Johnson if he would be doa Junior College in Barnes-
Brooks and Mayor Fred Ford. entire commission . ." position to make a decision on viDe, Georgia.
Several months ago the same The Mayor then read a resolu- this kind of dictatorship and Hileman received
his B. S.
three commissioners walked out tion censuring CommissionerJohn added "this is not Cuba, or Rus- from Florida Southern
of a joint executive meeting be- B. Hudson for his walkouton sia, or occupied Berlin. This is where he debate College
was a and tennis
tween City and Utilities Com: a duly scheduled informal St. Cloud."
champion. He later receivedhis
missions. meeting called for 1:30 p.m. Before Johnson could voice an Masters and Doctorate degrees
Except for payment of bills October 19. Ford used Robert's Qpinion Hodgins made a motionto from the of-
and approval of previous minutes Rules of Order as authority to adjourn. Brooks seconded and Florida.
Thursday night's meeting was forbid Hudson into
entering the the three commissioners stood
to serve as cheerleaders at the Osceola began teaching
the third consecutive time that discussions
or vote on the motion and prepared to leave. Ford
Junior High School left to right Jewell Susan up career at the age of 19 as head
were, Lynn Allyn Miller
Autrey no important city businesswas which was seconded by Commis- reminded them that he had not
Se'Belle Smith Kathy Taylor and Nettie Lee Simpson. (Photo by Eby) considered. sioner Ruth Ferro. called for a vote (a motion was football coach at Brooksville.and chemistry The two instructor
Tempers became slightly fraZzled Brooks said that the commis- on the floor) and Hodgins replied years he was with that team
when approval of bills came sion does not operate under Ro "We don't care what you they were undefeated and won

. U. Kerns To Graduates up on the agenda. Commissioner bert's Rules of Order or any called for." the Tribune Trophy as Gulf Coast Dr. Byron P. IhIt'tnm
Wright t. .. .:.:, Hudson brought up the subject of other rules and that one should I Three or four people departedwith Conference champions.He .
.. /: the $25 payment to Police Chief be able to defend himself against I the commisioners. All oth- never happier than when he received -
: Bud Yarger for collection of fees charges. Tf you want to defend' ers in the audience remained at then served as football a letter from a student he
Be Banquet SpeakerTO and maintenance of parking met- him, you may do so," the mayor I' the Mayor's invitation to hear coach in Palmetto and Leesburg I had helped who had become a
Ford explained that Before entering the administrative -
ers. Mayor told Brooks. the background and reasons for doctor lawyer or teacher
the payment must be made un- Ford said that the specifications I the "planned walkout"In field in the Monticello School In view of this his family requested
less the commission votes to revoke in the resolution were not I giving his reasons for the System where he was head football that the Byron Hileman
SPEAKU. U. Wright Kerns deputy community a resolution made by a previous coach as well as principal. '
charges but facts and added, 1 resolutions of censure the Mayor Memorial Scholarship -Tund be::
development officer for commission. Hudson has will While at Monticello, he served as.
hold established
the discussion to the cited Brooks' action the more Contributions may
the National Aeronautics and yV objected to the payment several motion to either adopt or reject serious (Resolution for Censureof deacon in the Presbyterian j be sent either to the High
Space Authority Launch Opera- times but has not filed a proper the resolution." Brooks was not read). He Church. School or to Mrs. HHeman
tions Center will address the form to have it placed on the Prior to moving here Hileman
Brooks pressed Hudson's cause said. . Hudson was derelict Survivors include MB widow.
annual Kissimmee Chamber of agenda. Hodgins sided with. Hud- and wanted a vote taken to al- in his duty but Brooks in essence served as supervising principalin Dorothy Y.. sons Byron Jr.
Commerce installation banquet son but the payroll was approv- low Hudson Lake City for five years. Whilein Jack and of
to argue in his de- usurped the office of Gary. Greg: all Kis
Thursday, November 7th. fense. Lake City he served as pres- simmee Mr and Mrs
Mayor and took over the opera- ; parents.
A reception will be held at ed.More fuel was added when Hodgins said he would like to tion of the city." ident of the Kiwanis Club and John HBe..... Kathleen: and
7:30 with dinner following at Brooks asked about the status of hear the other side of the story It was learned Saturday after- was active in church work. grandfather. O C. P+st san, Lake
8:00. Morrisons will cater the the fire engine ordered some and Ford told him that Hudson noon that an informal meetinghad on survey teams, evaluating land.

banquet. months ago. The mayor said he had three or four days to ex- been called for 1:30 p.m. school systems all over the state Honorary pall beano.VE'rt'.
Well versed in community would be glad to answer any plain his action. The mayor's re- by the Mayor and notice had I and making recommendationsfor Davis Bateman Edward L. Black.
problems Kerns will present questions after the meeting but solutions to censure were made been given to the commissioners i improvement of the educational James Bouch Stanley Cher en.
views on the position that Kis would not do it during the meet- available to the commissionersand on the preceding Monday. Com system.He William Coffman, Tom Drusa
simmee and Osceola County occupy ing as there had been ". . attempts the press on Monday pre- missioner Ferro and the mayor moved to Kissimmee in Thomas L. Evans, Bascomb Faw
in the overall
space pro tonight to get items on ceding the Thursday meeting. were the only commissioners 1954 to become supervising prin- bush. Louis French Carl Furch
gram Canaveral.that is centered at Cape Peggy AcreeKissimmee the agenda" contrary to the es- Hodgins continued by saying if present and since they did not cipal. At the time of his death, es, Harold C. Gross, Roy Henry .
In tablished procedure for placing Hudson is guilty of walking out constitute a quorum no meetingwas he was president of Area No. 7 Leroy V. Herr, John Jamison
a telephone interview Kerns such items before the Commis-. of the meeting then ". . you held. of the Florida Education Association R. V. Kauffman Jeff Miller
stated that Osceola WAVE
County hasa Kiwanis Darrell
and president of the Morton. William Perr
very definite and importantrole Club. He was also serving in an Ennis Posey, Henry Ramsey.
Wright Kerns to play in the space age. Completes TrainingPeggy Barracks 1068 official capacity in the First Donald Rinkus. Louis Seiglie and
"Osceola County is member of
a Presbyterian Church here. Jack Yearwood of the faculty dt
J. ol
the East Central Florida Plan- Acree daughter To Meet
' Veterans FridayVeterans He always took especial inter Osceola High and John Colombo.
Day To Be ning Council and of the Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Acree, .
xfl est hi securing scholarships for Louis Feurstein. BiD Ketcheisid.
counties in the completed ten weeks of basic of World War I. Bar
Observed MondayVeterans seven area" Kerns said impact training at Recruit Training- racks 1968 and Ladies Auxiliarywill capable students who wouldn't Edward Taylor and Cy Lohmann
"and its
geographical have otherwise had an opportunity -I Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home,
has Woman, United States Naval meet Friday November 8th
of all wars, their strategic implications position in very space Training Center, Bainbridge, at 7:30 p.m. at the Orange Gardens to go on to college. He was; Lakeland in charge.

wives and families are urged to planning". Maryland and was graduated Community building.
participate in the annual observe In addition to Kernsaddress, during a military review. Meetings are held each second
ance of Veteran's Day Sunday, outgoing president Al X3cdy will The local WAVE a former Friday of the month anf all Am.endments.Carry
November 10th,"In special services sum up the Chamber's past year student at Osceola High School eligible veterans and ladies are 1t
at 11 a.m. at the First of operation and incoming president will spend a 14 day leave with, urged to attend and participate
Baptist Church with the Rev. R Horace Phipps will presentthe her family before ,reporting to I in the activities for the benefit 2-1
V. Kauffman officiating to pay aims and plans for the new I the U.. S. Naval Air Station, Gly. of all World War 1 veterans and # ; e By Margin
homage to veterans of all wars. year.A nco, Georgia.By eligible ladies.

All veterans and members of drawing for prizes will culminate The three constitutional 667.

the American Legion Post and the evening's festivities.The I- amendments on the ballot in Also on the ballot were
Auxiliary Unit No. 10 are to con- public is invited to the -rw- l C.6r 9f Tuesday's election carried in three unopposed candidates

gregate outside the First Baptist banquet. Tickets may be obtained Osceola County by a better for school trustees. They were
Church at 10:45: and enter the from the chamber office. than 2-1 margin. Haley Duke, 1,261 vote; Rob

church in a group. ert L. Berlintky, 1.2M votes
Unofficial returns from the
Wendell L. Ketchum commander Fr. and Mrs. John A. BentonJr. WINS TROPHY. C. Moore, president of the recent county's 14 precincts showed and Alexander Hall 1,465

of Makinson-Carson Post requests announce the birth of son, Boat-A-Cade was named Salesperson of the Month at the the following results: votes.
members of all veteran a The only other item on the
John Albert m the
Monday at
Chamber of Commerce Koffee Klub. K. C. is shown ad.
organizations to wear uniforms Alachua General Hospital at No. 1 Amendments, off-year ballot was setting up of a
or uniform caps. Gainesville. miring the trophy at the Yacht Club. (Photo by Eby) elections: For, 1,387; against tillage levy of 2 mills. This

-- 697.No. carried 1,068, as compared
2 Amendment higher 11 votes for no millage five
education bonds: For, 1,595; votes for other millage, and
Air Force Band Kowboys Tied For against, 613. 13 votes against.
No. 3 Amendment, recreation Voting machines were used
bonds: For, 1,516; against: in all 14 precincts
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Program NearsThe League LeadArcadia's Board AuthorizesSchool

Bulldogs and Kis- nip Sebring 64)) on a 27-yard scoring -
internationally famous Corporation of St. Cloud. simmee's Kowboys picked as pass following a fumble re

United States Air Force Band There will be a contest to WINS FREDDY Miss Thacker is shown above cellar dwellers of the Ridge Con- covery. Sebring stopped the Planning
and Singing Sergeants will ap- select 10 high school student Peggy ference before the season started Bulldogs on two other scoring
pear here Friday, November15th musicians who will participatewith proudly displaying the "Freddy" she won recently at the are now battling for the title drives within the five-yard stripe.

at 8 p.m. in the Tupperware the band at the matinee Central Florida Ceramic Show at Orlando. Shown with while the favorites are licking Kissimmee pushed over a The school administrationis lug first cl..." at the high
auditorium, sponsoredby performance which will be the coveted award is the ceramic pot made by Peggy that their wounds in or near the fourth quarter to run back Frost studying the possibility of school was shown by tbe attitude
1 the Kiwanis Club of Kiss- at 9:30 ajn. won her the prize. (Photo by Eby) cellar. proof 21.12 as the Kowboys turn- moving the top three gradesof when Board Member
'. JI8 immee. The Air Force Band and One team the Frostproof Bulldogs =d loose a grinding ground game Osceola High School into Ralph Yates said the plan for
The money raised by this the Singing Sergeants are in- stands between Arcadia that netted 313 yards. the plant now being used by the facility should be on the
event will help support the ternationally famous, having and a perfect Ridge Conference Fort Meade and Okeechobee' Osceola Junior High.In basis of 1,000 or even 1,500
Little League Baseball, the been America's Musical Am- County Delegates mark of 6-0. Kissimmee has lost scored fourth period touchdowns, order to do this next students.
Boy Scout troops. Boys' and bassadors on five continent only one game to front running but both missed the extra point I fall William Stephens school Stephens again told the
Girls' State delegates, Future including 46 foreign countriesand Arcadia in the opener for both and wound up with a 6-6 dead-i superintendent told the board, "I have not seen a finer
Farmers of America 4-H Club, 39 capitals. They have Attend Conferenceequipped teams. loch school board, three buildingsmust science set-up anyplace in the
Key Club Keyette Club, played to a grand total of 20 Sebring, Fort Meade and Okee- Avon Park saw a nonconference be built by September. state."
Christmas baskets. Boys million people. They drew chobee, given the nod for top victory disappear as the These are a library, an admin.
School at Okeechobee, teeth I 130,000 at Berlin's Olympic JERRY BERSON and staffed to treat honors are singing the blues. Clewiston Tigers scored in the istrative suite, and an agricultural
guards for high school football Stadium and a world recordof Seven Osceola County dele- people with a malignant tumor Defending champ Sebring has final stanza and defeated the Red and industrial arts build- i Charity Gospel

players, dentistry for 200,000 at, Manila's Luneta gates attended the American and is for indigents only. The yet to score a league win while I Devils 20.14.Conference. Sing ScheduledA
needy and many other community Tickets may be obtained Cancer Society Florida Divi- clinic is financed by the Public Fort Meade and Okeechobee have, standings: ing.Heeding his advice the

needs and projects as from any Kissimmee Kiwanis sion, Volunteer Orientation Conference Health Service and American mustered one victory each.Arcadia Team W L T school board Monday author. charity gospel sing. sponsored _
they arise. member or at the following District 8 in Orlando last Cancer Society with the help ol will not play Frost- rcadia .. .5 0 0 ized Stephens to work with by the United Appeal, will
There will be a matinee pro ticket depots: in, Kissimmee; week. Orange Memorial Hospital. A proof until Nov. 15, therefore all Kissimmee 4 1 0 Charles Parsons, Kiseimmee be held Friday. November 8th.

gram for 1500 Osceola ounty Broadway Pharmacy, Bob's Roll call of the participating full time nurse, secretary and eyes will be on the Kissimmee-.Frostproof 1 2 1 architect in preparing preliminary I from 8 to 10 at the community
School students. This has Garden and Pet Store Kiss- counties: Brevard 13, Lake 6, secretary registry are employed. Avon Park game this week as' Fort Meade .... 1 2 2 drawings of the struc I center. Admission will be $1.00.It .
been financed by the First immee Stationers, Lupfer's Orange U, Osceola 7, Seminole Others who serve are the the Kowboys will be on the spot. Avon Park . 1 2 0 tures. will feature the Gospel Rang
National Bank of Kissimmee Insurance, Jo-Mar Children's 10. Volusia 9. Pink Ladies and the clinic is A Red Devil upset could knock Okeechobee 1 2 1 That the school board wantsto ers and the guests with radio
Citizens Bank of St. Cloud. Store. In St. Cloud at the Mrs. Ruth Watson, St Cloud staffed by doctors associatedwith Kissimmeee out of a possible tie bring ... 0 4 0 continue its policy of "go- and recording artists
First Federal Savings and Chamber of Commerce, Fertic Crusade campaign chairman the hospital and give their for the title, depending on the
Association Osceola Drugs Padgett Drugs and J outcome of the battle of the .. ... -
Loan of > and service chairman, served services for indigent cancer .
as pa- ... > .... ..
Smith Insurance.TO "dogs," Arcadia and Frostproof.In A" .. '- :; ." -;< .. - "" ., :
County and the Kiekhaefer Ray one of three registrars. Others tients. # ;>'" :" ,. : : -. <#' -j{ '---oi-- '.
attending were Mrs. John Ellison "Alive Today" is the story of other games, Sebring will :: !:-$
Narcoossee; Mrs. Louis Mr. Ben Torrey past presidentof host Fort Meade. Okeechobeewill
Berson. St. Cloud; Mrs. Hester the Orange County Unit. He travel to Frostproof and Arcadia .
Powell Miss Marilyn Dietrich., said. "I am alive because of will visit non-conference t
Mrs. Bus Quirk and Mrs. Ruth early diagnosis and surgery for Naples.
Padgett all of Kissimmee.Dr. lymph node cancer. I owe a Jot Action last week saw Arcadia : tiTiIT
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Mary Cathryne Park and feel a deep obligation to : : {

Brevard Junior College, pre- the American Cancer Society.
Straub Heads
sided at the meeting. Dr. William Over 400 people in Orange County Gary al

Schildecker, Halifax District will die this year with cancer. Riding Club *LmbwflTPRESBYTERIAN
Hospital spoke on the importance Approximately 100 of these could ,
of Cytology in early be saved if they bad the information Gary Straub has been named
diagnosis of cancer.Importance available through ACS.
Big Boss of the Silver Spurs.
of the annual physical I Lack of education is the big Election of Straub was part of
check-up was the subjectof j reason and it is our obligationto the organization's annual meeting

._ Dr. Tom Largen's address.He see that these people are edu- Saturday night. Others named to
; suggested that the physician cated. offices include:
y .A should know in advance that his He concluded by saying that

patient wants a cancer checkup the state of Florida has done BiD Perry. little boss; Della
so that plenty of time can such a terrific job in educationthat Samuel roundup boss; Clifford

APPEAR The'Singing Sergeants will appear: at theTupperware be allotted for the appointment. the National ACS office now Chapman old bossy:; Ham Brown. MANSE The ,; .
at 716 South : 'j.' \v- ha
Auditorium Friday, November 15th with the Dr. Donald Davis spoke on looks to Florida for aid in the straw boss; KIrby Hancock. Ed property rr<'eml>
service and Tumor Clinics. He overall educational program. He Rohde. Cecil Whaley.' Earl Par- been purchased for use as the parsonage for the First t nitcd Prealtt>rian (:hurch
linked States Air Force Band. The performance will be said the clinic is a part of Orange asked that everyone memorizethe tin Rufus Su M, and Hank Par- Rev. and Mrs. Dorr Van Etten held open house last week to how the new acquisition -

sponsored by the Kissiraraee Kiwanis Club. Memorial Hospital and isiiiiiiii seven cancer danger; signals. tin directors. to th' n'*ml>er. n f tj*

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KAS Club Highlands Honor 2 The Kissimmee XJatette, Klsslrnmee, FTa., Tfcgrs. N.... ', 1NZ

TltatawoyWinter t 1 1

Opens Season Roll AnnouncedThe Sheriff Starts Drive

SceneMr The Kissimmee An States Tour- honor roll at Highlands I
Residents Arrive: On Elementary School has been announced
1st Club its 1963-64 season
opened by William C. Ketches To Protect CitrusSheriff
-- Tuesday night with 4t1 paid up sid principal.In .
Mr and :Mrs. Ezra Longaneckor Harris, Elsie Mortland, Bernie 1 Thompson, Fidgie Rohde, Connie: each of you. members and 27 present for their 1 the fourth grade are Shiela

: have returned lo spend the Miller. Vida Gould. Doris Painter Partin, Bobby Best, Nancy Barber Mr. and Mrs. Gleadall are due first time.Plloowing. : Poll, Robyn Allers Mary Kim. R. M. Buckels has assigned to join Mutual.
winter in their home at 718Thukl'r Earl Allen Robert Facey, Calvin Joe Fornes, Eddie Densmore, to arrive this week at the Kis- a half hour of community berly, Teressa Taylor, Kelly Clifton Deputies E. C. Langford, "We estImate trait stetftoc Is
Ave. and Ellen Hunlstn,er. Manors !Melba Conrad Hewlett Abrams, simmee Motor Court for the win- singing led by Jay Ruff- James Hammock, Richie Jr. and E. P. Murphy to work costing Florida citrus growers
: On the birthday; list this week Jowers, Ruby Simmons, Janet Jimmy Dyer, Richelle Padgett, ter. Their home is in Leesburg ner. with Maude Dunsmore at Yates John Guffie Mike Chandler with Florida Citrus Mutual in in excess of $1 million annual

.uv' Paula l'.iI.ilun.! VIHUHO Berlin Crowell Edna Overstreet, Pat Anita Lorenz Mary Scargg, Mrs. Ohio. !le piano. John McGfflivray con- John Jamison, Cathy Callo- an all-out drive against citrus ly" Rutted** said. "''-e losses -
: .k>', Jennnine Beiter Jessie Lupfer, Bill Briver, G ladys Marvin Driggers. Best wishes. to John and Mollie Loomis ducted the business meeting. way, Ray Rimes David Kauff-- stealing in Osceola County. would doubtless be as muchas
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ed last week from their Rev Maurice Grigsby gave a man, Deborah Guelde, Billy Ritz Sheriff Buckels said Langfordand double without the theft pre-
An ideal gift for home at Hingham 1 talk on "Workers Together" and and Judy Hudson.In Murphy in addition to their vention work of the sheriffs in
-1 ;IE graduations, Mrs. Anna Reynolds of
: communions Orange announced the deaths of members the fifth grade are Wendy regular duties, will serve as the affected area. We believe
aro.rars '" birthdays
!!! the Osce-
Gardens is a patient
....,. .,. I bar since last ApriL They included ilomack, Debbie Taylor, Steve fruit protection specialists in Sheriff Becsenger. with his long
: ? .
Im_ r.+tit l '\\ IIII' !::."ti: S;: occasion when you received in a fall at her Morris, Ernest MUKkan. Rev. H. or/Neal Taylor, Peggy Thacker, Bessenger, director of Mutual's wffl be able to aid immensely
/ want to be especially home. Khowles and
Handy I s3** P. Amos, Clifford Martha Oakes, Janice Shunk Fruit Protection Division.He in the determined drive against
nice to Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Brake
I Iri R'ESE.; _="=;':' .. 'QOoooaooOOOE someone. Including have returned to their home at Chester Eisentrager.Mrs. Curtis Burgess, Don Smallwood, said that "while their primary fruit stealing."
-- announced
=' --g' 7 ?fr .n'>,A, yourself Eva Borghi Renee Branson Jane Fullertonand concern, of course, will Bessenger a former presidentof
707 George Street after_spending that the card Tarries will start Lou Ann Miller. will Sheriffs Association
$18.75 be in Osceola County, they the Florida
the summer at Ionia, Michigan.Andy Monday November'n at 7:30.I The sixth grade includes Donna also aid Mutual in setting up and a director of the Sheriffs -
ShoppingL'g' This is an increasingly Murphy, who has been p.m. All dub members are invit- Davis, Becky Wilkie Pam and operating a central intelli- Boys Ranch said Sheriff
Little Rock AFB
at is
ed to attend. Smith, Judith Wood Karen Elliott bureau curtail fruit "has done tremendous
"'""" size with mil with gence to Buckels A
leave his
spending a parents,
The regular Icecream tournaments Charles McCain Ricky thefts throughout Florida's 31 job of citrus protection+ I in Osceote. .
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Murphy priorto
win be held every Friday Pless, Susie Bartley Patti Dun- citrus-producing counties." County."
G U Guide I leaving for his new assignmentin ,at 1:30 p.m. An summer' St. ap, Nelson Stuart, Claudia I "His continued fine work and
England. Cloud players came over on Tuesday Crawn, Joyce Fullerton Debbie "Fruit stealing in Florida has cooperation will be of great
|pL.SERIES. E r I0 000 COO OOP E_ ten years ago Arthur J. Morgan, who recently I evenings for friendly tourna- uffey and Molly Hale. become an inter-county opera value in the cuutdlBatsd efforts
e you'd now have sold his home in Orange Gardens tion," Sheriff Buckels
;-/Ti ir-* A' ments and Kissimmee went to St. said.UCit-
$5,230. left Tuesday to make his Cloud Fridays. Winter Park rus may be stolen in other coun- to curtail thefts thnmtjhout
Series E on .
state, especially this year when
I $37.50 home in Campbell Hall New
;:- bas invited KAST shufflers to a Elks AuxiliaryTo ties and brought here for sale. fruit is scarce and values up,"
f i' i 1" In less than 8 York with his daughter and son- friendly tournament on their new For us to do a thorough job .
in-law, the Walter Haights.Dr. Hold MeetingThe Bessenger saM.Legion
= F--- : years you can courts November 13th. against fruit thieves it is neces-
._ and Mrs. Nelson Makinsonof
turn this Bond in for work
-- The handcraft classes will sary us to in conjunc-
U.S.SAVINGS 4 __- ; s" for a crisp hun- Pompano Beach are spendinga meet Wednesday from 1 Ladies Auxiliary of the tion with sheriffs throughout the
every Kissimmee Elks will hold its Auxiliary
dred dollar bill.You'll few days visiting Nelson's par- regular \
= citrus belt and with Mutual
"- to 4 p.m.FoI1owing. not
-- -_ be getting aguaranteed ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Mak meeting on Wednesday,
h in To Meet
: return the business meeting Nov. 13, at eight p.m. followinga apprehending thieves but TonightThe
sERIESE } cooooooeoooE and your govern inson. Jay Ruffner introduced Charles to deter fruit thievery."
board of directors meeting at
f '* *' 'L* i"c '' ment's thanks. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Barrette Robert W. executive American Auxiliary
i iT i i gL' i JJL Jackson, city manager, who pre seventhirty.Mrs. Rutledge, Legion
$75.00 have returned from Burlington, sented the city officials and headsof vice president of Mutual recently will bold their regular monthly
Vermont where they had been : various divisions.The Frank: Broyles, president established the Mutual Fruit meeting Thursday, November
. ,'""ltl J a e r3 i I made This one for is the tailor-ini&l. called by the death of. his mother White Family then enter- announces that the main busi- Protection Division and named 7th, at 8 p.m. at the Legion \,

j !!8"-- vestment of bonuses Mrs. Helen Barrette.Wesleyan tained with solos, duets and ness will be the election of a Bessenger to head it. Bessenger Home.
BONDS I f .-: .. .. tax refunds Choruses. The city then served vice-president to replace Mrs. resigned as sheriff of Pasco The meeting wffl feBow. a coy p il
I 1; : = -," \ --- .. and other wind! delicious refreshments to a large Tom Bumby, who resigned at County where he had held the ered dish sapper+ to be held at
I -"- y-- falls. At maturity Guild crowd. the October meeting. office for more than 23 years. 7 p.m.
.:: ': : "- it prows into a '
I ;';'=' tidy$200 nest Met -
SERIESE = i egg. Monday NightThe
: '= 0 000 000 000E
No denomination matter what all their U.S. $150.00 .. .+++.+..
Wesleyan Service Guild of
Bonds have Grandfathers can 4 4
give one of these Ihy( First Methodist Church met
these things in common: I I I- Bonds to eightgrandchildren Monday night at the home of I t emt
safest b WHEN consider that Christmas card is often the
They're one of the (or Mrs. Al Cody. you a only rem
and most widely held investments P ,- __ eight of them to I Mrs. Glenn Dunsmore presented -
the world1'. = one grandchild)in t t :
in the program on "The Methodist brance YOU send to friends all realize how
owned by tens of millionsof I - r any one year year, you important
without having to Family, tracing the his-
American families.They're I < pay the gift tax. tory of the church back to John t holit ;
is the CARE should take when that
replaceable incase ; seR1ESE = o0oooooc-coE $375.00 Wesley, who broke away from special you selecting one
of loss at no cost. the Church of England' to form

They pay $4 for $.3 when buy Lots of these businesses as a the Methodist denomination.It t day greeting tasteful l ENOUGH to bear your name. That's why you t

held to maturity. I .. "-li.o..L ,good: safe investThey're was announced that the next
cashable at any din";:' l H Yl3I ":J"' @!Ial 1 ment for company meeting will be held December2nd t should TO browse collection tt
tImeIthout red tape. ..!P1@rN49Ii, -' I surplus funds. Al- at the home of Mrs. George stop by our store soon through our
[ .7- -_ I so ideal for wid- Bast. It will be the annual
do the trouble job .
of They helping} to make your I': -.=-'-= .! '-- -. _-..-- :I ows find who themselves suddenly] Christmas party with a $1.00 gift of Hallmark Christmas cards you'll SEND with pride. Among t

individual.future, as well .J r I with a large insurance exchange. 4
future, _:...-; - !E:3; '" Others present were Mrs. Shaw, :
country check.
as your I F: E -:: I 4 the designs you're sure to find THE ,
s-ecure. SERIES ;j 000 000 000[ I $750.00 a guest from Canada, Jane Kelley many just perfect ones to '

fit {t.- Helen Bass, Betty Eby, Ruth
your Buy the budget ones-at your For, whether larger investors i individuals - Hawk, Mim Hutchinson, Jane t express your personality and reflect only the VERY finest t

bank, or through the ,. or institutions Stanko and Mrs. R. R. Pollom,

where Payroll you Savings work. Plan n I I "'' n I i i :i : (yes, partnerships corporations -- coordinator. t quality necessary "When you care enough to send the very BEST 11 t

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Gardens \''' I The Klssbnnwo Gazette, Kissimraee, FUu, Tirana, Nov. 7, IMS 3
Orange 1JP.I; 'f'j 4 '
City DirectoryIs 1>
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Orange Garden Civic it "- :' .,: jH ;- / MAKINSON
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Handy VolumeAccording Assn. will meet'Thursday at : : 1' .:" '
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7:30 pjn. in the Community !: : ; > ;fio
t rti House on George St

. to Fred McDaniel In Kissimmee there are many Charles C. Peterson chair-. : r
f+ Igr.> of the Kissimmee Chamber primary and distinct fines of endeavor man of the Garden Club and ._ 1 HARDWARE

of Commerce, one of the the Publishers found. hobbies committee, will pre- I
easiest ways to know this city These groups are catalogued in sent the program and enter-
from A to Z is to study the Kis- the Directory's Classified pages tainment. Hostesses will be:
1I simmee City Directory. The"capsule" from Airplanes-Sales and Service Mrs. C. G. Beckwith Mrs. Hal- HIA
records of all adult to Welders. Classifications leek Henderson, Mrs. Forrest mJARmS

" citizens firms and institutionsare run the "gamut" of enterprise, Hayes Mrs. Harry Englander,

f contained in the City Directory -including Auctioneers, Bath and Mrs. Roscoe Baker.
and in no other place, the Clubs, Cattle Dealers, Massage, Frank Knapp, membership .wo 1
Publishers, R. L. Polk & Com- Job Printers, Potted Plants, and committee chairman announced HUNTERS
jt t pany of Richmond Virginia Taverns. that the association now
t Lawrence W'iehe, trombonist state with pardonable pride. The Kissimmee City Directory has 257 paid up members, the THE OSCEOLA-A 74.6 foot steamship,.which was builtin
The 1963 guidebook a handy functions as a sort of ambassador largest membership attained 1910 and operated in the Kissimmee River Basin.The
will be featured as soloist volume has just been deliveredto for this city all over the since its organizationation.Annual Historical Society would like information about the old

with the United States subscribers and is ready for country, showing outsiders dues are $1 per person boats which in this
Air Force Band when it appears reference use. It lists, accordingto "who's who, what, where and or $2 per family. : operated area. 4

I here November 15th. the Publishers' records, per- how", the Publishers pointed Berlin Memorial Library
sonal and business names, with out. The latest issue of the bookis hours are: Mondays and Wednesdays Rebekahs Hold I Deadline For ROTC .f .

Mattie Reese Johnston the age of 18 continuing to be distributed to branches of the from 10 a.m. until Nears
the minimum listing age. The free-reference Directory Library noon: Thursdays and Satur- Special MeetingThe Qualifying .r

Succumbed Wednesday count considers the combined system operated countrywideby days from 2-4 p.m. The libraryis
names of man and wife as only the members of the Association located in the CommunityBldg Kissimmee Rebekah Lodge High school seniors and graduates ..xa
Mattie Reese Johnston 71, of one name, McDaniel said. of North America Directory on George St. met Monday at the lodge hall have only until November 22

119 Bryan: Street, prominent Kis Special features of the new Publishers especially those located The first games of the fall which was beautifully decorated to apply for the Navy's Reserve
simmee resident and widow of Directory include the designa- in Florida and adjoining and winter Round Robbin with many baskets of flowers.A Officer Training Corps. Appli

James M Johnston, founder of tions of owner-occupied and states. Tournament were played Oct. I cants will take the nationwide
Os"reola Guaranty and Title rented homes, marital status, The new roll-call is flankedby 21. The games will continue special program Past Noble was presented Grand- competitive examination on De-
Company passed away at her heads of households and wives' A&P Food Stores and Charles each Monday and Wednesdayat : as was of the lodge cember 14 as the first step toward
when offices
residence early Wednesday morning names; a numerical telephone 1.. Zimmerman. Between 10 am., 1 p.m. and 3. p.m. filled Past Noble Grands. an appointment as midshipman -
i after n lengthy illness. guide; and telephonenumberlistings these two, one will find many until each of the 20 teams en were .
.\ native of Eatonton Ga., she by streets and houses. interesting family names, including tered has with each of the Designed to supplement foi"of-
-had- -been a resident-- of Kissim- . the followingMock, Before the general business
19 played a three game match fleer output of the Naval Academy -
mee for the past 51 years. Army Needs More BrrY, Lama, Fish, Bass, Brain, teams A holiday has been de- meeting all 15 Past Noble Grands the NROTC program makesit
t Survivors include two sons, J. Quick Phay, Cave, Beers, Star- clared in the schedule between present with Jennie Phillips as possible for a young man to
Reese Johnston Jacksonville and GraduatesSSgt. ling and Wineland. Noble Grand, gave a fitting cour-
College Dec. 12 and Jan. 6, to provide:: earn a regular commission while
tesy to the present Noble Grand. .
Daniel M. Johnston Kissimmee time for the many prepara- studying at one of the 52 civilian ;
one daughter, Mrs, Enoch Herz- George C. Saib Army Jack McCollum To tions and activities of holiday Libby James. colleges which has an NROTC I

berg of Kissimmee also five Recruiter serving the Kissim- season. During the courtesy Myrtle Unit. All tuition, fees and books I

grandchildren. mee and St. Cloud area an- Head Yacht Club Van Marter sang "My Task". ana furnished by the Navy, and I
Funeral services will be held nounced today that the Army The 19634 cane harvest Nan Wheeler read a poem and the student receives a retainer I

at 2 p.m. Friday from the First needs college graduates to serveas Monday was the regular meet- is underway sugar at U. S. Sugr Mae Baker president of the PNG of $50.00 per month for not more
Baptist Church with Dr. Vaughn officers with its fast moving, ing of Yacht club and electionof season in Clewiston. Cane will dub presented Mrs. James witha than four years. During the sum-

Johnson officiating. Casketbearers hard hitting Army team. officers. The new slate will be harvested Corp. from 14,429 acres, a gift from the club. mers the student goes on interesting -
will be Roy Alderman Edward Under the Army's new Offi include, Jack McCollum com- in training cruises to many
Brinson, John Gilbert Carl cer's Candidate School option modore; Jim Baxter, First Vice 50 per cent increase acreage Following the meeting lunch parts of the world. After completing -

Kenton. Sam: Lupfer and P. K. I plan, a qualified college graduate Commodore; Paul Riggs 2nd over last year. was served by the committee. a four year college course, he
Weaver. (or senior within 135 daysof Vice Commodore; Verna McCol- STOCK OF
Is commissioned in the Regular
Interment will follow in Rose graduation) can earn a com- lum, Secretary; Jerry Croxton,
Navy or Marine Corps and goes
Hill Cemetery, Grissom Funeral mission as an officer in the Treasurer.The .
on active duty as a career oh-
Home in charge of arrangements. United States Army.In Board of Directors will
in the Naval Service. He
_. cer receives -
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order to qualify for enlist- consist of, Bob a
the same promotional opportunities GUNSAMMO
ment under the Officer's Candi- over from last year; Eddie
TRAILERLOTS date option program one must Banks Jim McKee Dick Davis, duty assignments and
benefits Naval
as Academy grad-
be a citizen of the United States and Melvin Smith.
I be between 18% and 27 years of The December meeting will be

ageand be a graduate or a installation of officers and the
SIP. TANK ELK. POLE senior within 135 days of graduation annual Christmas party. There r Airman Killed In tee..
WATER TAP. in an accredited collegeor will be the usual exchange of

TROPICAL PARK university. In addition the gifts, everyone is to bring a Accident SundayAn .

KISSIMMEE60LDWATI1 applicant. must be able to meet 51.00 gift marked for man or
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strict mental and physical qual woman. airman Robert E. Price,
ifications. The Yacht Club will be openon 315 Sunset Blvd., Kissimmee,
Here is the chance for young New Year's Eve for Mem- was killed instantly Sunday

men to serve their country as bers and their guests, altho no night in a one-car accident on AMMONOTiCE

HtADQUAKTUS,703 EMMCTT in officer in the United States special program has been plan- Interstate 4 near Orlando.His ,
Has Pins and Stick..... Army. The number of openings ned. 4 1963 white Renault Cara-
Corn G.t Th.m. under this program are limited. velle smashed into the right sup-

LETS BARRY JFK. Interested persons can find out : porting pier of a Florida 435

HattU IlIIlnglSQUTH more about this challenging and Youth Council overpass at an estimated 85-

rewarding opportunity by con- mile-per hour speed, said wit-
( FormedFor
tacti your local Army Recruiter Being nesses and Trooper H. D. Har- !
rell, investigator for the Florida
Sgt. Saib at the Kissim- '
has :
almost a month there
I Patrol.
PostOffi e Highway
TRAIL i from mee 10:00 a.m. .till any Tuesday at been a youth council organized Price stationed at OrlandoAir
noon or i VARE' SALE
by.;then City recreation director GUN
the St. Cloud Post Office a't'1:nn, Force Base, is the son of
DRIVE IN Bill Mrs. Edna Price.
p.m. Palmer selected the names of rIES, ,- '. .
THEATREORLANDO twenty-seven students for nomi

i LEGAL, NOTICE nations of a youth committee.Of : .> A CHOICE SELECTION OF
the twenty-seven the follow- 't -i Emma Jane Hill
ing nine were chosen. Linda
FLORIDA. Col., Lorraine Johnston, Roger Attends Convention. RIFLES PRICES SLASHED
NO 5472
Willis, Ray Cody Mary Jo Schrec-
Miss Emma Jane Hill presi-
THURS. FRI. SAT. Deceased. kengast Murray s dent of the local chapter of the Model No. 50-12-Ga. Winchester Auto.i.,.tlSJ.HI36"
Carte, Dymnek, Bobby
November 7, 8 9th"RODAN" NOTICE MAKE FINAL APPLICATION OF DISCHARGE INTENTIONTO FOR Hampp. > t iA. Woman's Union, attended Christian the Temperance 80th annual Model No. 58-12-Ga. Remington Auto.t...'iu.ts'ni"

TO ALL, WHOM IT MAY CON- The council was organized for convention held recently at the Model No. 11-48 20-Ga. Remington Autoi.tMH.wl08"Model
7:00 CERN: the purpose of finding out the
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Manatee River Hotel at Braden- No. 42 410-Ga.
youths point of view concerningthe Remington Pumpit.'uua'98"Remington257Cal.
"KING KONGvs. that Murray W Overstreet Jr.. has ;
filed his final return as executor youths center and almost all ton.Speakers at the convention in- Bolt Action Rifle tl20.70'108"
of the Estate of Gladys M. Blackman youth activities.It 3 1y
I deceased; that he has filed cluded Mrs. Frances Maloney,
GODZILLA" petition for final discharge, and gives the council a chanceto
state president and Mrs. J. E. AND MANY MANY MORE!
that he will apply to the Honorable represent their fellow students -
,, 8:45 O. P. Johnson, County Judge of The council plans dances Dillard state president of Ala-
Osceola County. Florida. on the 2nd bama.
"REPTILLICUS" day of December A.D. 1963. for held at the youth center and is .
approval of same and for final dIscharge at the Junior l 1
present planning _,.
10:25 e 1P .
as executor of the estate of f '
I Gladys M. Blackman. deceased. BoataCade.Dick -- .: tLt1 Now In Stock! .
"GIANT GILA I This 28th day of October. A.D : :: : f.:f
I MONSTER"I 1963. j' : ; .
I MURRAY W. OVERSTREET' JR. Pope and Cypress Gar- ; : j i [Today's Most Talked About
Murray W Overstreet. Jr.. _ _
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BulldogsLose Osceola High

t I1 GAZETTE To CLOUD-Utttittee Corn
Honor Roll ListedThe
mission wrote off ijMS.03
( ,' A J.k. H. Perry Newspaper Lake WeirST. "bad debts" at a recent Meet.

honor roll at Osceola High lemeier Bobby Zamarra, Steph- tag. Mayor Fred Ford told the
h Offices* : 24-26 Stewart Aye.I CLOUD The Bulldogs School for the first six weeks anie Jewell.: audience that the annual procedure
I # Telephone 847-2881 inability to pick up momentumin period has been announced as Grade 11: Alan Starling Gary is a bookkeeping entry
.I early stages of their games follows: Streetman, Donna Elkins, Marcie and emphasized that many of

Entered a. Second Class Mall MatterIn was reflected in the 26-7 score Grade 9: Billy Hale, Barbara Lombardy, Peggy Goolsby, Kay the arrears can and will be
I the Post Office at Kisalmmee. Fla. of last week's game with Lake Reynolds, Lynn Davis Janet Dunlap, Peggy Armstrong, Ann collected.

1 .. Weir.It Kauffman, Craig Cooper, Walter Melitshka Susan Schield Jean- Many of the uncoUeetable
Published Thursdays at Kissimmee Fkrida .. seemed that Coach Burke :Meltsihka, :Meade Will, Chris nie Skinner Rick Boatright Jury debts are those of transients
.;- Chishohn's team couldn't do any- Lohmann, Kathleen Schield Alex Posey, Judy Mathay. Brenda who rent furnished apart
LEO SCHUMAKER thing right in the first half and Diggs, Emory Tyner, Jennifer O'Dell, Dean Hadley. menu and whose deposit is
Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION the Lake Weir eleven couldn'tdo Pierson, Carolyne Phay, Lynn not large enough. to eever a
anything wrong.At Ribley, Charles McKnight, Lois Grade 12: Ronnie Hartley, month's Ml. The present policy .
RATES no time during the early Land, Dianne Lyons. Jose Jardim, Peggy Harrelson, is not to hold property
the Grade 10: Mike Hankins, Foy Hoffman Linda Moak
portion of the game were Karen owners accountable althoughthe
Six months, $2.50 one year, $4.00; two years $7.00
; Bulldogs able to get close to George Pyle Leslie Gift, Polly Hansen, Chuck Whalen Earl subject came up.
4 The: Kissimmee Gazette Kissimmee. Fla, Thurs. Nov. 7, 1963 Thacker, Nikki Clark Johns: Gene
their opponents end zone. Lyons, Gale Boyd,
Going into the second half St. Wesley, Annette Gorski, Diana Shelia Daniels, Joan Elliott, Mary ommisskmer Joe Bowman
Cloud trailed by a 26-0 score. Hinckley, Kathleen Wilkie, Linda Viehman Sandra Adams Fran- took a position that the property
I FCD Accepts AreaThe The game then developed intoa Lupfer, Joe Kowalski, Lome ces Haddock Ruth Hale, Dennis owners cannot and shouldnot
good contest with the Bulldogs Allers, Steve Thacker, Katie Kowalski. Bruch Schnitzler, Pam be required to screen
scoring their lone touchdown in demons, Linda Cole, Phyliss Dymmek, Susan Hale. Donna renters and went on record
the final quarter. Smith, Faye Bumby, Alice Cotton Kinney Susan Lohmann. that deposits be raised for
Flood Control District Board voted to accept the
Lake Weir used an aerial as- Pamela Goodrich, Roslyn D. C. T.: Nancy Wolfe, Simon occupants of furnished apart
responsibility for local cooperation in development of sault to good advantage. Al- Goold, Dora Lorenz, Lynn Ran Terrell, Judy Powers, Jean Goi- ments. The subject was tabled

the proposed Reedy Creek wildlife area (in the Shingle though only five passes out of dall, Martha Sessions, David Al- dino, Jo Cardone Judy Tyner. for .further study and discusskm. -

r Creek Basin west of Kissimmee). Executive Director Ed 16 attempts were completed two
resulted in touchdowns.
Dial said that the State of Florida has allocated
NEW SCOREBOARD-New electronic scoreboara pur- Johnny Crowe, St. Cloud's lead-
k) 000 for purchase of land in the Reedy Creek area,which chased by St. Cloud High School Athletic Association en- ing ground gainer, scored for the Methodists Employ Drought Hurts

f presumably would have to be matched 50-50 with federal able fans to follow and enjoy games more thoroughly. Bulldogs. St. Cloud plays host to Marker Problem

I funds. Standing (left), are Pat Dougherty of City Electric H. S. Ocoee a non-conference tomorrow (Friday game.) nightin Next Minister of Musicodist

The FCD Board split on the vote over local cooper- Principal Tom Gannarelli and Ed Winnie acting super- week the Bulldogs travel to Kis- ST. CLOUD-Otto Whitney,
ation. Vice Chairman Jack Homer moved adoption of intendent of St. Cloud Utilities Department. Board was simmee for the traditional and president of Town Meeting,
The First :Methodist Church Church received
in Macon, Ga., be- a startling answerto
the local responsibility and was seconded by Robert L. erected by the cooperative effort of the Utilities Depart. final game of the season. has announced that the lay per- fore going to Danville. While at his query about street markers .

Searle of Dade County. Board members. R. Scott of ment City Electric and school maintenance staff. (Photo sonnel committee, Murray Over- Macon he was the director of from Mayor Fred Ford
by Henry J. Boudreaux) street Jr., chairman, has em- the Barbershop Quartette Organ- who said, "The drought hurt
Stuart and Stan Koller of Melbourne voted against the Bill 44
Tyson, ployed Everett Amos as Ministerof ization and the Chanters of the us.
motion. The tie was broken by Riley S. Miles of Kissimmee Dies SuddenlyCramer Music. Amos is currently Masonic Temple. He has been Mayor Ford went on to explain
chairman, who voted in favor of the action. Minister of Music at the Main the organist at the Lake Juna- that maintenance de-
Halloween Parade Street Methodist Church of Danville luska assembly at Waynesville artment men do the work
Dail noted that the local cooperation in Reedy Creek Louis (Bill) Tyson,
Va., and will assume his N. C., and an instructor in piano (casting of markers) on rainy
1 will not involve expenditure of any "matching funds"from 44, of Boggy Creek Road, Kis-\duties as Minister of Music at and organ at Ferrum Junior College days. He assured Whitney

the Flood Control District, and that the District simmee member of a pioneer First Methodist on January 1st. at Ferrum Va. He is an that the work will continue

will not be responsible for operation and maintenance of Very ColorfulST. Osceola suddenly County family Thursday, passed eve-, Amos attended Asbury College officer of the Danville Chapterof and also pointed out that the
away in Wilmore, Ky., where he studied the American Guild of Organ. present administration open.
the wildlife Dail added that the
proposed area. ning.
program organ under Mrs. Era W. Penis- ed many new sections of
has already been authorized by Congress and that the CLOUD Witches, goblins, Mrs. Sally Knight's room; Lynn Born June 21, 1919, in Osceola ton, a student of Marcel Dupre, ists.At First Methodist, he will or- streets in the city.
FCD action will give the federal government assurance cannibals, Martians, gypsies and Croft, Mrs. Sandifer's room. County the son of George W. the Organmaster at the Notre ganize and direct three children's Whitney asked if the Utilities
every other conceivable costume Third grade, Miss Louise Bar- Tyson and Ollie Tindall Tyson, Dame Cathedral in Paris. He choirs, two youth choirs the Commission would re-
that the State of Florida is interested in developmentof resident.He .
cloaked children in the colorful ton teacher Joe Trice looking he was a lifelong also attended Wesleyan College adult choir and will supervisethe resume its program of InstallIng
the Reedy Creek swamp as a wildlife area. Ross Jefferies Elementary School very much like Jackie Kennedywon was in the citrus and cat in Macon, Ga., where he earnedhis total musical program of the new type street lights
Koller objected that the $100,000 in State money Halloween Parade. Children from the silver dollar. Mary Jane tle business and was a veteranof Bachelor of Music Degree in church. Ford told him that the depart

would come from the Land Acquisition Trust Fund, cre- the Jack and Jill Nursery and Harmison as a minstrel performer World War include 2. brothers church music.He Amos is married to the former ment did not ever stop except
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Kindergarten School rode in Mrs. Spurrier teacher; Paula had been director of musicat Sue Barnes, whose parents, Mr on a broad scale. New lightsare
ated by the 1963 legislature. trucks. Both the Senior and Junior Ott as a French Poodle, Miss Henry Tyson, Charles Tyson and the Ingleside Methodist and Mrs. James Barnes, now re being installed in much
Miles, before breaking the tie vote, noted that no High School Bands provided Wade teacher James J. Tyson, all of Kissimmee -Church and the Southside Meth- side in Kissimmee. needed public spots.

money will be spent in Reedy Creek at this time. music. Fourth grade, Billy Abell as and Claud Tyson, Osteen.
Adding to the excitement were the Statue of Liberty won for Two sisters, Mrs. Merwyn Burroughs -
movie directors, camera men Howard Lett's room; Billy Johns, Orlando and :Mrs. Carl Letters To The Editor I.
and other personnel of the film an Indian, teacher Mrs. Louise Luthge, St. Cloud. Also several
The Presses Will RollFor company presently making a film Sommers: Kim Schmook, band- nieces and nephews. ;\
with the working title of "2,000Maniacs. aged from head to toe in white Funeral services were held at November.1, 1963 that announcement kicked off Despite the unexpected and
." The parade was film- gauze and adhesive tape was a 4 o'clock Sunday from the Gris- To the Editor; the rest and we had a most suc- alarming threat of a hurricane:
years we have heard the constant cry that the ed as it rounded the corner of perfect Little King Tut and won som Chapel, with the Rev. We would like to take this cessful day.I off Cape Canaveral, the occasion
American press is dying. Each time a newspaper or a Tenth St. and New York Ave. for Mrs. lora Lackey's room. David Thomas, :Minister of the opportunity to thank you for the have heard many, many was an outstanding success.

magazine has given up or merged, the professional The parade ended at the ele- Fifth grade teacher Mrs. Raw- Barton Lake Baptist Church, of- fine coverage given our Junior comments on the wonderful spirit and we surely had an excellent

crepe-hangers have forecast the imminent demise of mentary school where a carnivalwas lings, William Rahn as Fu Man- ficiating. Active casketbearerswere High Intramural Football Teamsin exhibited by the few who turnout for the ceremonies.All .
In full swing. Booths for chu was the winner; Debbie Messrs. Oren Brown, Lon- the October 30, 1963 editionof made the event such a success of us who live in the Up-
the whole fourth estate. fortune telling, sale of goodiesand Bromfield dressed as a little nie Clemons, Kirby Hancock, the Gazette.We and regrets that the weather per Kissimmee Basin can take
The facts seem not to have reached the breast- rummage were set up in Dutch Girl was the winner in Melvin Johnson Sam Kemp and enjoyed very much seeingthe precluded a larger turnout. pride I think, in the flood control

beaters. The census of U.S. newspapers is up, not various classrooms. One popular Mrs. Betty Watkins' room; Carol C. T. Jock Lowery. Honorarywere pictures on the front pageof Very sincerely yours works Just dedicated as wellas
activity was the cakewalk con- Ratliff a scarecrow, teacher Messrs. Don Chadsey Clif- the paper and are sure that Al Cody the others currently under
down. Their number has increased
since World WarII
ducted by Mrs. Earl Hensel Mrs. Dorothy Jemigan. ford Fertic, James Jones, A. E. the boys enjoyed them too. President construction throughout the five-
and the combined circulation of daily papers alone, dressed in a Peter Pan costume. Sixth grade, teacher Miss Thompson and Roscoe Roberson. Sincerely, . .3. ., Kissimmee Chamber county Basin. We have waited
has risen from.,4$.to.nearly 60 million. ***:" Teachers and-1"OOI11" mothers Doolittle, L i iL Magazines-'have had especially rough treatment as well as P-TA president Del dressed as a cannibal carryinga Flag courtesy Makinson carson Principal benefits of these works.
Heller deserve a bouquet for all hand carved shield and spear Post Number 10, American Le- James H. Purcell, Jr., It was only as a result of your
from the perpetual mourners who say they are superfluous the planning and work that went and sporting a necklace of chicken gion. Interment was in Boggy Coach To the Editor; efforts and the coordinated ac-
anachronisms of this electronic age. Yet many in to producing a most success- bones won the silver dollar. Creek Cemetery. Grissom Fu- On behalf of the Governing tion of other leading citizens
have shown amazing health and stability. Today, in ful parade and carnival. This is Betty Brumfield as a fairy won neral, Home was in charge of Board of the Flood Control Dis- civic and governmental leaders

fact, magazine advertising like that of most news- the one big event of P-TA to in Mrs. Carroll's room; Jim Triceas arrangements.We Kissimmee Florida trict I would like to express my that the dedication and the subsequent
funds Mae West the winner
collect for the school. was
October 30, 1963 gratitude and appreciation for barbecue luncheon could
papers-is showing sharper gains than network TV Winners of the best costume from Mr. Milum's room. could solve two of the, To the Editor; all that you did to insure the have been the memorable and
advertising, which suggests that American businessmen awards were Mark Beamer Fathers were in on the act too world's biggest problems. Just, Your contribution to the .bar- success of the dedication cere- historic event that they were.
dressed as an Easter Bunny and as they cooked. and served a have Castro and Kai-shek becue fund for the Thacker Lock monies
are again aware of the strength, durability and Chiang : at the Clarence L. Smocreb/,
Billy Clay as a witch both from buffet meal to a never ending
; trade islands. CHANGING Dedication
I was most gratefully Thacker lock and control structure RILEY s. MILES
influence of the printed message.An Jack and Jill School. line of hungry people.
TIMES received. As well know
you on Wednesday, October 23. QrmanS
especially heartening story is the comeback of Llane Woods as Pebbles Flint- The Miss America contest dur-

that venerable American institution, the Saturday stone won for Miss Bass' first ing the evening wound up a
grade. Skipper Stewart, a Mar- busy, happy afternoon and even-
Evening Post, that traces its lineage back to Benja- tian from Mrs. Bert Crawford'sfirst ing. Many citizens who were un- NEWCHEVELLE

min Franklin. In recent years, Curtis Publishing, par- grade and Betty Poole, able to attend the contest due to !

ent of The Post has had to face up to serious finan- Mrs. Mikeal's first grade. previous committments have expressed
Second grade, Dana Brooks as a wish that the men
cial problems but under the of its -
leadership dynamic Miss Clairol Mrs. Renick's contestants would present the r
new chairman, Matthew J. Culligan, losses room; Buddy Clay as a devil show again in the near future. { 1 CHEVROLET

have been sharply reduced this year. The magazinewill The kind of handling ease

show advertising gains this year for the first time Should you'd expect in a smaRer ear. :.
I since 1960. Engine
_ Come on down and drive It.
I More important to the American people, however, t'
is the editorial shift in the once-staid S.E.P. which MidmonthST.
Ready By
has become a vehicle of controversial opinion. Even ..-il

after the $3 million libel verdict in the Butts' case,

the publishers have reaffirmed that the Post will con- CLOUD-Utilities Com- man asked a rhetorical ques- The kind of comfort you'd
mission received a report tion and inquired why the En- in large Interior.Come -
tinue to speak out fearlessly on significant issues. expect a _
from acting superintendent Ed terprise Company did not __
This is good to hear. American magazines-as wellas Winnie that the Enterprise guarantee the same performance on down and sit In It. __ -_ : "

newspapers-have a vital mission to perform, and engine will be on the line by for the original installa- - ._ ?

the tale of the resurgence of The Post carries a moral the middle of November. tion. _
When questioned by Commissioner -
for all American journalism: Any publication which Louis Berson, Winnie Bowman asked Winnie to

maintains its objectivity, which resists the pressuresof agreed that reports in a, local search the engine performance

conformity, and which has the stamina to speak publication, minimizing the log and report to the

out on explosive issues will survive and seriousness of the situation commission how many times
grow. were not justified. Present the Enterprise was off the T c"
The American public wants and needs newspapersand score is one piston and nine line for more than 24 houis. ;

magazines, never before! liners to be replaced. Winnie said the log was complete ;
The Commission and the but clerical help wouldbe f
superintendent have agreed required for the project. ;
Recall Petitions that the engine will not be Berson said that he could
operated on Bunker C fuel have any assistance needed. a 'f

during the peak load seasonas ..
the risk is too great. Winnie Biggest question of the -
For Hudson Appear said, "Forget Bunker C evening went unanswered.How .
and improve the operation." much will it cost to re-
Only a car that looks as good as this could '
In order to be able to utilize pair the Enterprise engine?
_ the crude fuel the Enter No estimates have been re- come between Chevrolet and Chevy XL
ST. CLOUD Petitions to holda
Judge the Chief of Police and I
special election to recall City the City Clerk.Refusal prise cost St. Cloud approximately ceived from the company's Come on down and stare at It. New Cede Mal&m Sftft Coe

Commissioner John B. Hudson to submit to requestsby 1 $100,000 more than a representatives.
from office appeared on the many citizens and Town 1 conventional engine.

day streets afternoon.of St. Cloud early Mon- Meeting conduct to investigate of a policeman.His the questionable has Cause been for established the engine but failure not A. Messer Now-Chevy spirit in a new kind of car !

: the source. Calcium barium., Gary
The petition states We feel part played in the recentparking ,
that Commissioner Hudson shouldbe zinc and vanadium have been, Aboard We built this one to do more than just stand around way it muffles noise and cushions bumps.

recalled because some of his -His walkout meter hassle.on three found in the piston deposits DestroyerGary looking beautiful. Held its weight down in the 3",000And the fine hand of Body by Fisher cra/tstr..a shows
actions as City Commissionerhave called meetings.His by Enterprise engineers an- pound range. Then built four lusty engines-two sixes up beneath this one's suave good looks, too.

created unnecessary diffi- participation In an illegal i I lysis. Silica, deposits found A. Messer, sonarman and two V8's-with output all the way up to 220 horses! Sound good?There's more. Like the fact that CbeveUe.
culties in the operation and government session of the City Commission.His have been negligible. The En- seaman. USN son of Mr. and And if that makes you think this is one frisky car, comes in three series with eleven models-convertibles
still thatthe Arthur J. Messer cf ,
terprise people feel Mrs.
of the City, and also actions and attitude have; the idea.You've sedans
you've right .
got sport coupes, ,
that his frequent failure to substances came from the 321 Mabette St. Kissimmee wagons, even Super Sport models
the sworn duties of his perform of brought to disgrace the city.and embarrassment fueL Fuel company represen- serving aboard the destroyer also got a roomy car here. Yet its 115-inch with front bucket seats. Like the fact that (and see if

fice have prevented the conductof Armond Hill, a local businessman tives insist that the fuel is USS William C. Lawe, participated wheelbase keeps it highly maneuverable in this isn't one of the nicest surprises of all) the
business vital to the success- is spearheading the driveto not the cause of the break. in a NATO exercise traffic and very easy to park. new Chevelle conies at easy-to-take price!
ful government of the City and recall Hudson. down. entitled "South Trap". Sept. With its Full Coil suspension, its got a ride Like to hear more? The fastening's wonderful

its general welfare.A Reports of the fuel analysis 25-28 the Mediterranean., with the Sixth Fleet in that reminds you of the Jet-smooth kind the at your Chevrolet dealer's-and SKJ'S the dnutoarataaaa. .
flyer purporting to be a have been vague and the Utilities
record of Hudson's actions since Now In TrainingRalph Commission voted un ...
he took office accompanied the animously to submit samples "South Trap" included carrier Ask ....t a SMiLE-MrLE Ride and the Chevrolet Song Book at your Chevrolet dealer's
petition.Ten R. Porter to an Independent laboratory. task force operations, antisubmarine .
Prentice. .
charges are leveled against Winnie reported that a new warfare exercises
Hucteen in the flyer some of and Mrs. Ralph R. Porter of' fuel pump base is being air. and an amphibious assault '
wfcfeh are: Route 1, Kissimmee, is under expressed and stated the Enterprise -. landing in Turkish Thrace* \ STARLING CHEVROLET INC.
-An attempt to disrupt the going training in a Navy service Company will guarantee -Armed forces of the US.;,:., ,

tintirc city government by trying school at the Naval TrainIng that Bunker C fuel will Greece and Turkey partlci--....f9 ,, .
to.remove from office the City Center. Bainbridge, Md.. not get into the lube oil. BowiiuIi- the exercise> < .....- -< 1 KISSIMMEE,- FLORIDA

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School News Mrs. Grace Johnston are studying I __ Ou,--.ntltv...., ..Jnhttl......- D.n__--.""....,_f_u .PrLo..-..... r_- ,.1........... .tJAOI....... II'.'"" .Tbe' Ktesbnrnee. Gazette. Kisstmmer, Fla, Thor,.. Nov. 7, Ail 5WINN.
i the United States govern- AYE ..IXII rrot INC. -COPYRIGHT- IMS ? \:.:: :z... _-:. ,
ment. They are learning the qr
names and functions of our KERN FROZENStrawberries
f Education Week To three major departments.

Mary Jane Wolford reportedon
her visit to the White House
Be Observed Here and of meeting President and 5 1 10-oz. Pkgs. $1.I D
:Mrs. Kennedy while on tour.
1// My PKGfiY BRADBURYIn There is a living memorial to :Mrs. Johnston's class plans to MORTON FROZEN
In observance of National Bob Hileman in the lives of the visit the courthouse and also -
Education Week (November 10- thousands of boys and girls plans to ask permission to visit Fruit Pies SIRLOIN
16) Principal Louis Feuerstein whom he helped and guided the mayor in his office.
announced that Open House will along the challenging road of American history is becomingmore 3
be held at the Kissimmee Ele- education. Now he has gone to interesting to the fifth.grade Family Size $1Stea I 1(5 LB. 88 ?
mentary School. Parents and join the faculty of the Master students in Mrs. Maitland Apple, Cherry, Peach,
friends are invited to visit the Teacher. Principal Hileman will Koonce's class. To the date line '00 S FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND
school on Thursday evening, November be greatly missed in our midst bulletin board Eddie Murdock 'V
14. This Open House and our community. added a tobacco leaf and David
will take the place of the regu- Carol Blevins and Larry Walker brought a cotton boll. ,-_ Steaks 88
larly scheduled PTA meeting. Dailey caught a spotted guppy. The boys and girls are studying'I WTib L6 ;
November 11 will be a holiday baby brem, and other small fish how the colonists used tobacco
I for children as it is Veterans in local streams. These were and cotton crops for money. ; : T-BONE
Day. Thanksgiving holidays added to the aquarium in Mrs. From this same room, Glenda
J are November 28 and 29. Mary Dyal's fourth grade.A Sylvester and Mary Alice Bond I :
Primary grading period ended unit on Hawaii in Miss Me- have joined the 4-H dub. Steaks LB. 98 ;
Tuesday, the 5th. Report cards lissa Hill's fourth grade has Dale Slaughter is a new stu-
for levels one through seven will created a lot of interest. Karen dent in Mrs. Vivian Brinson's
go home the following Tuesday Young's father showed slides he fourth grade. I c CHUCK
1 November 12. The un had taken while stationed in Ha Mr. Robert Rector's fifth _
r graded primary is on a nine wall. David Bradly and Steve grade room has colorful displays I .
week grading schedule where Lassiter brought information to of art centered around social .t iW' Roas 48 ;
1 grades four through six receive the class on the Islands. Judy studies. Throughout the room .
report cards every six weeks. Swaney brought a grass skirt. can be seen maps of the western \ BEEF SHORT
J In Science, this is hemisphere, colorful
We were saddened by the untimely group study- totom poles
death of Osceola High ing the seashore. Susie Burton representing Indian art, a science
\ School Principal Byron Hileman. and Beth Smith brought picturesfor display of the solar sys- Ribs. 38
1 He was a dynamic driving force the bulletin board. Karen tem, and creative books in connection LB. ;
for better education for our Young, Guy Wooten, Robin with English. These .
youngsters. He was a man who, Cave, Jackie Darrell, and Steve books contain original stories on LEANER, FRESHER GROUND, 100% PURE BEEF
through his Christian living, Lassiter brought interesting many subjects which appealed UN.
f could be looked up to by the items for the seashore table. to the individual child.
youth of our community. To his :Miss Mary Ellen Carter's fifth Terry Clements is the new an'edHam; le. S S9 Gr. Beef 5191
I wife, his four sons, and his family grade class has been studying student in Mrs. Patricia Red- 3 CAN 2Nlblett
I we extend our heartfelt sym- geology. As a culmination of grave's level four class. We're
pathy. their study, the boys and girls happy to have Mrs. Redgrave ,. "
Y I made a sample of sedimentaryrock. back after an extended sick
It usually takes thousandsof leave. Ronnie Sommers brought 1 s
'( BROASTED years to accomplish this, but this class a real pumpkin made II
CHICKEN due to lack of time and energy, into a smiling jack- -lantern,
;/ the class accomplished this fete complete with light. 1 50 Extra Top Vato Stamp
FREEZETTE in three days. The finisKed product These original stories came NnJ 1 WITH THIS t COUPON AND PURCHAtt OF
J is on display in room 22 in from Mrs. Redgrave's room. 1
N ; Out 2-LE,. Pica FROZEN BREAD
the Central building.The They are about the recent Halloween
I fifth grade students .of Carnival. 1 Taste 0' Sea Perch

-- Donna Bridgman-I saw Bet COCO THRU NOYKMBKM:, |THAT
ty, Cathy, and Lynne. I had t NM o iuo M i 1 i ANY WINN-DIXIE
.; fun. I got a lot of things. My 1
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John Overstreet had a pony I
ride at the carnivaL I went
Freedom Of Choice fishing at the carnival. I shota 1 I y
gun at the carnival. 1 50 Extra Top alga Stamp

Under absolutely no conditions Dirk is Story fun.-A Halloween Carnival Corn Tomato Juice 1 I Pork & Beans WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHAX OjONK
You see witches
does the choice'of the
funeral ro FNOZKN
director rest with anyone other and Suzanne black cats Spencer-I and ghosts.went to 12 1 1 46- Treado Pecan Pie

than the family requiring his the Halloween Carnival, did 1 OL 300 GOOD THRU NOVEMBER B HAT
you? I had a good time at the CAN I Can 1 ANY WINN-DIXIE
services. the circumstances
Regardless of CAN
carnival, did you? _
J KM M it is your right to Cliff Northrop-I did all.mos t lAVa ( SAVE I E.z tJ1-.n- -w.LJ
call the funeral director of your everything they had. I saw 9 12, I 9 1 SAVE ,

MtMIIR. own choice.RlEDEL. Lynn, Michael, Betty, Gary,, IA. ,l I Limit i St 3 1 IA. IMmrnri10K1 -- "
Gregg, and Johnny Overstreet. -
THE OROift 2 with
l 50 Extra Value
OF THE Lynne Hughes-They had hot Limit 3 with J $3.00 I Limit 3 with Top Stamps
6CIDCN RULE dogs. I got one. I found a mask, >IS.OO f order .0' i order i $5.00 order WITH THiS COUPON AND PURCHASE OfONK
too. I got the fish pond sign, or moN. Pus or FOUR FROZEN
or more
III too. I saw a witch. I saw Gary l t ; or more. Jesse Jewell Pol Pits
and Betty and Cliff and Karen .
:. HOC 9IDnu and Cathy.
KISSIMMEE FlOftlDA took my brother and my sister LAVE 11* IACH . ASTOR
and I to the carnival My father
said that he would stay for a
Phone: while and then he would go Inst. Coffee 6-oz. 58 i
B47-3188 home. But he did,not leave so JAR 50 Extra -
he teased me, my brother, and Top. *il Me SU.I M
my sister. I won a water gun SAVE 12* EACH . KLEENEX Limit 2 with $5.00 order or more.
for getting a golf ball in a hole. ONK PKe. FHOXBNByron's
Chuck Edwards in :Mrs. Bar-8-Qna
George Y. Bast, Jr.'s level one Towels I 2 ROLL 29
If 6 room had an emergency appen PKGS. ANY WINN-DIXIE
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6 The KKxlmiiHv Chlu...... Kinslnmicc., 1<'1a.. Thnrs., Nov. 7, 1963 a written contract wltfc the owner -
Recent BrideHonored in accordance with the accepted -
f COUNTY 4. BfcMer QvaliftatUoM sout be
Kowboys To. Play I satisfactory to the owner.
1 1I 5. AH work stall be done la accordance .
I with the
ptaac. sp clfica-
t lions and contract documents
Avon Park relative thereto which may be
Friday PETITION examined the City Hall KUslmroee -
One of the most interestingand of Klssimmee. Mrs. OF Florida or at tM office
unusual parties was hosted and Mrs. Claude of Johnston Engineers Sur.

Insprvd by their sixth straight tack. They are also trying to by The "Ledbetter Sisters", Eliz- Dade City return GIVEN as such veyors.plant Klssimmee.specifications Florida and and
abeth (Mrs. Hunter Dillard). The dining table estate of Contract Documents and form
win last Friday over Frostproof. improve their passing attack. ; that I
Iho Kissimmrc Kowboys are Captains this week will be Ed Sue (Mrs. Donald W. Egbert) with an imported distribu forbidding may by depositing be secured therewith from

dl tmping nt the bit to spoil AvonP:1I.ks Harrell and Eugene Speirs. The [ i and Sallie (Mrs. Ledbetter Edwards blue embroidered 1963. I, will and full the sum of 93500 per set.
amount of the
: Homecoming with a repeat probable starting offensive lineup r 1 ), at noon Saturday. I II This was centered O. P. John- tor one set of documents deposit shall
performance this Friday wil be Chuck Whalen and Gary I The event a Boite Aux De- bowl and flanked on approval of Osceola of be returned to each proposer

night. Still ends; Jim Barber and Lou jeuner, was given at the homeof by silver candelabra. an order submitting for a bid bid at upon the return time and of

Avon is in'third place in the Tarcai tackles; Steve Parker Mrs. Dillard "Serendepity", myriads of Peace the discharge the theset la a good condi
conference with a one and two and Bill Hankins, guards; Eugene on Lake Cecile and honored tically arranged.It after within the opening lowteen of the(14)bids.days

record. They depend a lot on Speirs. center; Ed Harrell Earl Sallie Prather, the recent brideof was from this CITY OF KISSIMMEE.

their 190-pound fullback. Jim Jbhns, Steve Yowell and Bob William H.. Prather Jr. the guests were FLORIDANev..
Bob Maddox. They also have a Magnaghi backs. Hundreds of exquisite roses a Boite. These 7. 14. 1963

fine quarterback in Leonard Seeing defensive action will be fashioned bouquets throughoutthe flower bedecked : NOTICE TO DEFEND

Sullivan. Charlie White. Richard Bryant Eddie Harrell Eugene Speirs spacious party rooms. Miss all colors were filled I THE IN NINTH THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF

The Kowboys should be slight John Hand, Jim Crum, Aaron Katherine Autrey received the the most expert N AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCEO -
favorites in the game and wil be Baxter and Gary Dymnek. guests. Other friends assistingwere 1963 :.A. STATE. OF FLORIDA. In
trying fcr their seventh straight Arrangements are being made Speirs Harrell Mrs. Charles Jackson The honor guest Chancery, vs HOWARD C. WOOD:

win which will also be their last for a bus for spectators again Mrs. Hugh Durrance :Mrs. Les- ed a cranberry You are hereby notified that a suit
In equity for divorce has been
game in the Ridge Conference. this week. Those wishing to reserve ter Ivey, Mrs. Wallace Scott, and the bride's Boite brought against you by HELEN
They have been working this seats should call the Broad- Mrs. Jerry Ivey, Mrs. Eva R. ered in white satin : GIVEN IRENE WOOD la the Circuit

week on defense, trying to stop way Pharmacy as soon as pos Players of Week Doss and Mrs. R. Elmo Griffin and Lily of the : 'Fictitious 865. Court In.and of for the County Ninth of Judicial Oaceola Circuit Stateof
Avon Park's varied formation at- sible.Kowboys. 09 of Florida and you are hereby
All of Block (3) of the un summoned ordered and required to
I LEGAL NOTICE beau's Subdivision >> only par. Die your written answer or defenses -

I Out of last Friday's win over Eddie, a senior, is a three NOTICE TO BIDDER ed the In recorded the Office Plat of hereinafter will pre- to the Complaint filed hereIn -
NOTICE IS TO against you in the above entitled -
Win I Frostproof Eugene Spiers, son year letterman. plays offen- ,all interested bidders Circuit Court. of this cause in the office of the
of Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Speirs, sive quarterback and defensive Board of County commissionersre thatof 'Florida. In Plat Book / of the Clerk Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
NOTICE Osceola
i IS HEREBY for Osceola County. Florida. at his
' i and Ed Harrell son of Mr. and halfback. He had one of his cetve hsceola sealed County.bids until 10:00 A.M.. Plaintiffs have name. office in the Court House in Kls-
.. Mrs. B., R. Harrell, were chosen best days from his signal call- November 18. 1963. for the purchase against you In the Service. slmmee Florida, on or before the
5th I of 1964 model 21.000 c.ulet Title In the I engaged in 18th day of November A.D 1963
"Players of the Week". ing position as the Kowboys offense one new above described and to
Straight G.V.W.! Flat Bed Truck to be used Airport serve a copy of such answeror
Eugene, a 155 Ib. junior is 16 piled up its highest yard- by the Osceola County Road Department )ou are hereby ), Florida defenses upon meeker and
and to be delivered to cr file written defenses A. D. T hac k e r. Plaintiffs attorney's
I years old. He played "B" squad age to date. The Kowboys hada the County Barn. Klssimmee Paw fore December 10. -.ereln whose address is Box 527
Kissimmee picked up its fifth! the night.Kissimmee. ,ball last year. He plays offensive total of 362 yards in 46 carries. load. Florida.Each above Court, and Rutkovlu Kissinunee Florida. on or before
hereof the below said date a+ requited' by law. If
bidder Is asked to show the on RutkoviU
victory against one loss at Frost- .______ 770 7-21 I center and defensive line- Ed accounted for 98 yardsin expected date of delivery of the ney, or a Decree Pro 21, 28, 19W> you fail to do so a Decree Pro
proof Friday night, defeating Frostproof __ __ 660 0-12 backer. Eugene played almostthe 9 carries for 10.9 average per above truck.Specifications. be taken against you. Confesso will be entered against
n u for
Frostproor? Bulldogs 21-12 in _a STATISTICS entire game. This was one carry. In addition he had three Glenn Ray.may Clerk be obtainedfrom of the Kissinunee.WITNESS Osceola my hand ,THE the YOU Complaint.WITNESS the .relief demanded in
1 KlMlmmee FrostproofFirst of his finest offensive ball completions of six rida this my hand as Clerk of
Ridge Conference game before d. 14 S pass attemptsfor Board of County Commissioners athis November 4. FLORIDA ,
I was said Circuit Court of Oweola Couny.
1.200 fans. 1 Yards rashlaff SIS It7 games. 55 yards. office In the Courthouse in Clerk GLENN of the RAY TION TO y. Florida! and the seal of said
pasting 35 108 KissImmee. FOB Court at Klstlmmee. Osceoia County
The Kowboys scored first in Par U1' Immediately following the time CourtCIRCUIT .
Florida on this the 15th day
(the initial period when Ed Har- Passes Intercepted by 1 1 Letters To LoisThere above shown, the proposals received Phillip R. Kelley COURT of October A D.. 19.
reD went 22 yards and Steve I Pants &91''. 1-35 z-.u read.will be publicly opened and J 2 East Monument 1963"I (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Fumbles lost by :2 :2 RAY
Parker converted. However,: Yards penalised _, t IS The County reserves the right to Kissimmee.Post Office Florida Box 331 MAY CO.i- Clerk of the Circuit Court.
reject any and all bids and to six of them back' Are Ways waive formalities. ATTORNEY FOR GIVEN Thacker Oeceola and Thacker.County. Florida
as Alex Restina dashed 96 yards; BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- Nov. 7, 14. has filed Attorneys for Plaintiff
of Klssimmee. Florida
with an intercepted pass shortly] Youth Group To COUNTY FLORIDABy NOTICE OF de Oft 17. M. 31. Nov. 7. IMS
afterwards To Become HARRIS G. DANIEL FOR TAX petition .- -

In the second quarter the Row- Hold Car WashThe PopularDear (SEAL) Chairman THAT NOTICE Cecil IS Whaley. f that O. she P.

boys tallied what proved to be Oct. 31 Nov. 7. 1963 the following of Osceola
actually the decisive touchdownon said certificate for a 9th day of PIZZAFREEZETTE
Intermediate Departmentof Lois; crowd. Next if you don't already NOTICE TO BIDDERS be Issued thereon. of
a one-yard plunge by fullback the First Christian Church My problem is that I'm not take a look at NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to number and year of as
Steve Yowell. Parker again kicked your appearance. all interested bidders that the description of the of Mary
will hold There girlsin
wash popular. are
a car Saturday, many Could it be improved? Does Board of County Commissioners of the name In which It
the point and it stood 146. November 9th from 9:00 ajn. my school who are and I've your hair look as nice as it Osceola County. Florida will receive I Is as follows: 1963.
It was 14.12 at intermission, to 4:00: p.m. at Bob Carter's tried very hard to be like them could sealed bids until 10:00 A.M., Certificate No. 127, DRIVE-IN
thanks to six : Are your clothes always November 18. 1963. for the purchaseof ance May 29 1961. Estate of
a yard plunge by
Standard Service 801 North but I'm still not popular. Please
clean, sewed not pinned and the following: Two new 1964 Description of deceased.
Restina. No more points were Main Street, and L. J. DarmingGulf help me. model four cubic yard water level Seminole Land &
scored from then until the final neatly pressed? Are your shoes dump: trucks complete with chassis Section 26. Township
Service on Bermuda.A UnpopularDear already polished? If you do an- and cab. to be used by the Osceola Range 30 East.
quarter when Kissimmee's end Unpopular these County Road Department and to Name In which 21. 28. 1963
Jerry Still recovered a fumblein donation of $1.50 per car If you want to be popular the swer question no then be delivered to the County Barn, M. Rltzenheim.
work on these things too. If you Isslmmee Park Road. Florida. All of said t
the Frostproof end zone. The will be asked with satisfaction first thing to do is to be yourself then Each bidder Is asked to show the the County of ;
answer be
bobble took place at the line of guaranteed. The proceeds will be and quit trying to be like yes sure approximate date of delivery on I Florida. received by
you have answered them with hit 1 bid. Unless such Florida
scrimmage at the two. Parker turned over to the First Chris- the other girls. Boys like girls plenty of thought Be Each bidder Is requested to showon cates shall be owner) a t
converted for the third time of tian Church Building Fund. who are different from the friendlyto his bid the trade-Ins to be allowed to law the property up to ,
everyone no matter who they for the following: One Ford such certificate or time
maybe.- Get- plenty- of rest. Oat dump truck and one Ford fiafbed be sold to the 1963 a t.
truck with tall gate lift both the Court House Door all bids or
Watch your anger. Be able to of which may be seen at the Monday In the month opened
take a joke (a clean one) cheer- County Barn.Specifications. her 1963. which Is the all
may be obtained December 1963. transports rMfQf
fully. If you do all this then from Glenn Ray. Clerk of the Dated this 31st day for con
ENROLL NOW you should become popular. Board of County Commissioners athis 1963. Items at
.. In the Courthouse In Clerk/GLENN of Circuit I I Smartest Z..cfcr.s or dint >r radtt.

Dear Lois; Immediately following the time Osceola County, the City vo* ill Central FUrid Delykt
I read about how above shown the proposals received (CIRCUIT COURT your /.mfljr . &.*0r four gutiti
CARLTON BEAUTY SCHOOL you solve will be publicly opened and read. Oct. 31, Nov. 7, submitted . by bnnginy Vest tAif truly
problems and I hope you can The County reserves the right to the own rsigst disisg roost .
help me. My husband had been reject any and all bids and to IN THE COURT sealed en-
329 Southlan Shopping Center waive formalities.BOARD COUNTY shall con nt.. w.._. s ........
e going out secretly with another OF COUNTY COMMIS- OSCEOLA COUNTY. set forth In fer c__ ......
Auburndale, Florida women. He doesn't know that I SIONERS OF OSCEOLA NOTICE OF ..LL
MAKE when 4
For information Call [coiled] 'Woodlawn 74588MRS. know about it.' I still love him sHARRISchairmanG. FINAL will with ", <.< Ile J,
and want to keep him. Please (SEAL) IN RE: THE ESTATE calendar .. ... MMH.. ,
tell me how I can win him back. Oct. 31, Nov. 7. 1963 LOUIS deceasedIN E. TODD .j enter_ of Into be- ....<.*. OrtoM

/ Dear Help Ninth Judicial Circuit Court. 0 sce- TO ALL WHOM IT
Transportation AvailableModerate I CERN:
ole County. Florida. In ,
CARITON My help to you is not to let No. 6588. Brownie Wise and Chancery Jerry Notice Is hereby
your husband know that you Wise. Plaintiffs vs. M. L. Yowell ecutor filed of the my Estate final O"'CE' CMCMWV i.839S
know but let him know that you et NOTICE Defendants.OF Suit Quiet THE TODD deceased: that RU..CN.C. B-47 3.4-4.4

Tuition Easy Terms Complete Course love him. Do little thing for him STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Helen that petition I will for apply final to
that will tell him that you need Yowell Lemkhe and Fred Lemkhe O. P. Johnson.
Includes Uniforms Tools her husband, whose Post Office ad Osceola ,
him and that he needs If County
you. dress and place of residence are
I 7 18th day of November
and Textbooks. Only Months you do all this then he'll come unknown if alive, and if they or for approval of same L. HUTCHINSON
either of them are dead their un discharge as Executor MtlropotHoit iMwen Cwdtesr
back to When he does wel- I
you. known heirs devisees legatees assignees of LOUIS E. TODD \" AND BUM..... SMeAOL:
come him home with open arms llenors. creditors or other This 10th day of

Day and Night \ and most of all forgive him.If under persons them claiming; and all by,persons through claim or 1963. /Wllhelmus

you have a problem write Ing any right title or interest in Executor of LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ClassesThe Lois, c-o The Gazette and she and to the property hereinafter Louis E.
described. In Osceola County. Fl THACKER AND : 4 MAONOI.IA AVCMUC. OWLAMOO Ft*.
will answer in an early issue.) rida vizJennie: P.O. Box 527, 91 E..ETT. ST".CT. '_'_ F,.*.
Attorneys for ExecutorOct.
school that offers you the best in Beauty Culture Training with Phillips 17, 24. 31. Nov. 7.
4 of Florida's finest instructors. Included with this course is a classIn To Meet ThursdayThe Circle To Meet

self improvement with emphasis on charm and poise .
Hibiscus Circle of the The Jennie Phillips Circle will

Kissimmee Garden Club will meet Wednesday, November 13th, ryJi

Our School Motto-"TO BE PROUD TOMORROW OF WHAT I DO TODAY" meet Thursday, November 14, at at the home of Mrs. Maude
2:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Shaffer, 412 Connecticut Ave.,

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Minimum charge up FOR SALE: 14 ft. fibreglas boat, NOTICE OF SUIT and you are required to serve a we are engaged la btutaeu at

to 15 Mord*...................75c 35 h. Mercury motor. Also TO STATE PAUL OF L.FLORIDA VEAL and LAURA to copy show of your cause Answer why or said Objections Petition Florida.Post Office Box 762. Kittimattv
trailer. 5575. 104 Drury Ave. Ih POODLE GROOMING That the parties interested In
REALTORAMAIDEAL G. VEAL his wife should not be granted. on the At-
ord.... 5c
Each additional
You are hereby notified that a torneys for the Petitioners. BRIN- said business enterprise are as follows -
Clarified Display FOR SALE Used lumber Phone 847-3670 suit has been filed against you SON AND McWHIRTER 11 Vernon : George W. Rocker. O'Deil
Bronson and Madeiyn Bresson.
in the Street. Kissimmee. Florida.
above entitled and
(Boxed) per inch.......$1.10 plumbing supplies, galvanized RITA HUNT that you are required to cause file your end file the original In the office Dated at Kiwlrasnee.: Osceola
roofing fun inch material suit L answer or other responsive plead.I o f the Clerk of the Circuit Court at County. Florida. October 38th. 1W
Deadline for all Classified hiS office at the Osceola County GEORGE W. ROCKER
able for farm and ranch use. ngs with the Clerk of this Court Court House. Kissimmee. Florida.on O'DELL BRONSON
and to serve a thereof
P.M. copy upon
5 Tuesday
Advertising Evans Hardware 8474564. the Plaintiff or before the 22nd day of November MADELYN BRONSONOct.
Plaintiffs Attorneys
prior to publication. whose name or and address Is- A. D. 1963: and upon your 31. Nov. 7, 11. 21, 1963 ,
Crofton. Brewer failure to do so a decree pro con-
BOAT FOR SALE-16' fibre- RETIREMENT HOME & Holland 509
CLASSIFIED NOTICE Palm Avenue. Tltusvllle Florida, (esso will be entered against you.
gHss, offshore type, wide not later than November 25. 1963. WITNESS my hand and the seal STOVB. IllfalGlaAtoU
ADVERTISING RATES deep safe. Side curtains, back- I sill not be responsible for any If you fall to do so a Decree Pro of said. Court in Klsslmmee. Florida
14th October.
day of
I drop. New convertible top and 7,700Completely ... debts incurred by anyone other Confesso for the will relief be demanded entered againstyou in the A.D. 1963.GLENN USED

Phone 847.2881To new battery. 35 HP electric than myself. complaint. This suit Is to foreclosea RAY FURNITURE
Cleric of Circuit Court
Place Your Ad I, starting Evinrude and trailer. STA L DEAN R. PUTNAM mortgage.against The you real is property: proceeded Osceola County Florida SeweH.ThunnoncJ l l101S
847-4361 after 5 or Sat.
p.m. of Lot 1 and the south
By Isl Marjorie R. Cfslrds
Have Wed
urday. of Lot :. of Block C. of Deputy ClerkFRLNSON
ARTICLESFOR KEROSENE FUEL OIL-PHIL- furnished 2 Bedroom, air condi- NOTICEI ADDITION Osceola to Kissimmee City, : 348. Kissimmee. Fla.
County Florida, according Attorneys for PetitionersOct. Flower 1 Foe All Oi ce eftaELLIE
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. tioned, electric stove and refrigerator Pine to the Official Plat as 17. 24. 31. Nov 7, 1963
SALE will not be responsible for flied In the Office of the Clerkof
__ OSCEOLA OIL CO. HID panelled kitchen, double sink, screened debts incurred other the Circuit Court of Osce IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE HUGH'S
NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941. by anyone ola County. Florida, June 17, NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
porch, utility room and carport. than myself. 1955 and recorded In the Public FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OSCEOLA FlORIfTLEARN
Comb. Ie; Zipper ,.; Tooth number of Talking WILLIAM H. TEASLEY Florida In Plat Book 1, 011Page 6306. DIVORCE. SHARON ED- 147"""!311
Small IIOADWAt -
Krnthr 7e; Ear Bob. 3c; Shoe Pleasant Neighborhood. 325.WITNESS. WARDS. Plaintiff ,'usus1L- U
87e; Socks 1ge; Pillows 7te; Dolls, reasonable. Also, doll my hand and seal of LIAM S. EDWARDS. Defendant.
Shirts SI; Psvts $1; Dresses and dressing at LEGAL NOTICESIN said Court at KIssImmee Osceola NOTICE OF SUIT THE STATEOF I
$1.50; Bags sSe; Nylons SOB; repairs '1,900 Down 55 Month County. Florida, this 16th day of FLORIDA TO: WILLIAM S.
Hankie 5e; Paattee'15e; Belt.. Grandma Nahm's Doll THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE October. 1963. 'EDWARDS. 811 Lacks Ave.. May- BARBERING
15e; Caps 15e; Spread. 'Z. O; House NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF GLENN RAY field. Pennsylvania. NOTICE IS lasers Yew Ure la a
Hair Nets 4e; T-Shlrts SOB; FLORIDA IN AND FOR OSCE Clerk of the Circuit Court HEREBY GIVEN that Plaintiff has well-paylir prefestiaa
Nearly Enl'J'bedy Trade at The Shawnee Dr. OLA COUNTY. CHANCERY NO. Osceola County FloridaBy instituted suit for divorce againstYOU Dar Nlxkt Classes.
Bargain Barn. Come to Sibert Kissimmee 847.2947 6270. : /Marjorie R Haye In the above styled Court and V.A. Approved
Mills Warehouse in Davenport.Immediately. FEDERAL NATIONAL, MORT- ) (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) you are hereby summoned, ordered Barber OoHege
Follow the alias. REALTYCOUNSELORS GAGE ASSOCIATION, a cor- ) October 24. 31. November 7 and and required to file your written
BARGAIN BARN. poratlon organized and exist- ) 14. 1963. answer or defenses to the Complaint I $39 8. Orssge BlMMm Tr.
Open Week Days And Sandty*. filed In the above styled GA I-aTf
ing under an Act of Congress ) "OF
cause In the office of the Clerk of
INC. pursuant to the Federal National ) THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
Association ) the Circuit Court for the Ninth Ju-
Mortgage IN AND FOR
dicial Circuit of Florida., in and for
Gas stove late model like new. RENT: Three room, upstairs Charter Act. having its prlncl- ) OSCEOLA COUNTY. Osceola County at his office In the Call.
Wash- .t
2 Broadway Kissimmee pal office In the City of ) IN CHANCERY NO. 6307
2 ovens, rotisserie. automatic. apartment. Private bath. ington. District of Columbia. ) IN RE: ADOPTION OF GERALD Courthouse in Kisslmmee. Florida.
on or before the 25th day of No- Parks Furniture Co.
847-3156 847 3157
First $100. Call 847-2977. ) ALAN HILL a minor
Nicely furnished and clean. Plaintiff. ) NOTICE TO DEFENDTO 'embel'1963., and to serve a copy
Also two room apartment down- : EUGENE J. HILL thereof on Plaintiffs attorney for Prompt t.*.lr*f Tsar
FOR SALE: 2 wheel trailer 7x4, S whose name and address are set
new tires, 12 vol. lights, excel-, stairs, with bath, for single Furnished apartments, three FOR RENT: Unfurnished houses vs. YOU Residence ARE HEREBY Unknown NOTIFIEDthat out. below. Should you fall to doM ttnuoHuuo

lent condition. 120 S. Thacker.! person. All newly decorated. 21 rooms in Moorefield Building; and furnished apts. from $35 to PAUL L VEAL, and Laura ) a- Petition has been filed in entered> Decree against Pro you.Confesso Witness will my be Phefte 1474171Christian
G. VEAL his wife ) the above styled court by WAL-
Central. also floor Various hand as Clerk of said Court
main apartment with $75 per month. loca- LACE C. NICKLE AND PATRICIA and
SPECIAL DEAL-Large trailer' carport, 606 Emmett. tions. Call 847-2833. Defendants. ) NICKLE. wife and husband for the .seal Osceola of said County Court Florida at Klsslmmee. this-
lots with septic tank, electric adoption 18th day of October 1963. Science
pole, water tap on. Complete, Two Bedroom House FOR RENT: Three room apart- Trailer spaces for rent. Private .---- ) HILL, a minor. by the Petitioners (CT. CT. SEAL)

ready for use. $35 down $10 Three Room Apartment ment on lake front. Furnished. property. Peaceful and quiet. GLENN Clerk Circuit RAY Court Society

month. Tropical Park on route With carport. By month or sea- Older people preferred. 847- Osceola County. Florida 1st. Mrd. Mtr of. Knelt
3 Bedroom,2 Bath House Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. Meth W |
son. Call 847-3866 after 5 4605. ..'
441 in North Kissimmee. down p.m. Attorney for Plaintiff 30O V Itan.l.1.eds
HURRY, almost sold out. Open payment. HARRIS DANIELNOW P. O. Box 492 Smk- . . . ,I Ml
time. KING'S REALTY APARTMENTS FOR RENT$9, FOR RENT-Three room fur- Kissimmee Florida {....r Sell." . . . fiM 1.1GREEN'S .
any 810 West Vine Street $n, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul nished, bedroom apt. Carport, Oct. 24. 31. Nov. 714._ 1962:!
-- --- Davis 114 Emmett Street. screened porch. Reasonable. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Adults. 604 Portage. Notice is hereby given that the
If you are interested in complete, honestSt. REAL ESTATE SALESMAN undersigned, pursuant to the "Fic FUEL
BLUE LUSTRE not only rids carpets titious Name Statute" Chapter
Cloud news subscribe to the I WITH 865.09. Florida Statute, we will Sales and Service
coverage )f soil but leaves pile soft ASSOCIATED register with the Clerk of the Cir
KISSIMMEE GAZETTE and lofty. Rent electric sham. cult Court of Osceola County, Florida
; the fictitious name to-wit:
poeer $1. Parks Furniture Co. B and which WONI I47417Z 1474171
R. Investors under
Covering City Hall, Town Meetings, and Utility W. H. MORSE CORP. I KISSIMMH
FOR RENT: Furnished, two bed-
Meetings. Also Civic, Fraternal and ;5. room house including utilities. SAND ROCK For Cat Delivery:Phone
Church News. 't $80 per month. Telephone 847- 323 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE Harold Wtgal 847-2058
4733. STEEL & WIRE MESH R. A. Fletcher 8474339Kenneth

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FOR R E N T Kitchenettes: 892.7695 (St. cloud)
JOE M. BOWMAN ; For Go Service: Phone
and trailer apartmentswith
- J. ft. RounfrM 847-4062
122 DELAWAREor lake and shuffleboard. By
: ';.: :. week, month or year. Capitol FRIENDS TO DISCUSS a Emory Robert Bremen Allan 847-4570

41'r ': Motel, St. Cloud. Hwy. 441. lea Girourd 847-2061

: :\\fi/ FOR RENT-6 room unfurnished or coil H. T. Simmons,Mgr.
., . WITH HIM.
1602 13th STREET ; house. 8 Brack Street Call 847 KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX 8474819rry
; .
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3702 after 6 p.nx, ., .
892-2926 .. . p '" Rebert O' 8478474487
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-* For Personal Orders to The' .;. of: t ...\-1 : Phone: 847-3524 John h"nl. Cloud 892.3482
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Radio and
SALE: Houses, (NOT
For Of LAND) wood floors. Can be
Any seen in Holopaw. Call Orlando DROP IN OR CALL T V COMnni M0f, rVIMSWffrJ

These Services 277-7601 and 277-6372. OFFICE RESIDENCE PARKS FURNITURE CO.

FOR SALE: Three bedroom 847-4710 Hiilaniii II flml
house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x
e New Houses I
IEF 300. Air conditioned. Priced to'

e CommercialStructures sell. Contact Betty Eby 847-
2881 or 847-4266.



WANTEDWANTED 103 East Dakin. Phone 847-4941

Modern, silent refrigeration Is e Additions

tops . ervel Gas refrigerationis
absolutely silent . lasts e Aluminum TO RENT: Three or
longer (no moving parts) . four bedroom house unfurnished. -
automatic tce.maker with no Siding Phone L. J. Kuhn. 847-3185.
mussy fussy ice trays .' . constant ROTHROCK SEPTIC
supply ol ice. Gas refrigeration e Ahiminum $65 WEEKLY AND MORE-For

provides service in any reliable man or woman to serv-

weathrr 10-year warranty.GREEN'S . "" Awnings ice customers in Kissimmee.Full TANK CO.

or part time. No invest- _
e Storefront
ment. Write Dept. N-l, Wat- *".

kins Products P.O. Box
Marquee Inc.
2447 Memphis, Tenn.
FUE1&l &

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"See Us For Your Gas Appliances'* BUILDING Found-Black Irish setter Owner with in- LOCATED AT KISSIMMEE TRANSIT-MIX CO.
collar no name.
KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD 11 Stewart St. quire King's Highway Allen D. SPECIALA

847.4171 892-2011 Phone 847-2270 Carroll 847-4044. PHONE 847-3524


The following properties in a fine STEEL SALESAny

neighborhood are offered for sale . .
OUR BUSINESSIS Dimension-Any Am ntCempHHv.lyp

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH, CB CONSTRUCTION 9,500 POWER BRAKES S500 Truck Bodies and- UHH tryarTinT9e Hors. Trailers


INSURANCEBUT l PARTIALLY FURNISHED 2-BR. CB HOME 0,500 RADIO 8500 CompUte Mobil Wekfkig Shop AM Work 6var..rt.
On large lat . Hobby Room. Old Orlando Highway Near Livestock Market.


2 BEDROOM 1 BATH 2,500
'lot. Can be
Extra Large Hondo Room,iticely! landscaped large ,

purchased with '1,000.00 down. No dosing costs. with the purchase of a new '63 or '64 8473898OSCEOI.IA
1. Protection for most any type of "sit.
Z A fair and prompt sttlm! nt whenever you have a

claim. 2 BEDItOOM, 1 BATH $13,500
3. Personal attention to your insurance needs at your
horn or busM ... Completely equipped kitchen and laundry, nicely SAVINGS UP TO TIRESERVICE

4. Suggestions for coverage based on a careful regardfor landscaped lot . 100 ft. of frontage.
your dollar 650ON Irr.

Today our years of experience as an independent agent serving PARTIALLY FURNISHED' 2-BR. HOME $12,995 A '63 CARL '" Custom Recapping

some mighty particular clients have trained us to offer a service large bedrooms, work room and Florida Room.
that is unexcelled. May we have the opportunity to be "helpful SCHMIDT RAMBLERSee 223 S. BERMUDA
to you? Beautiful lot .. Fine trees.
PHONE 847-2207

PHONE 847-4121


Room, screened patio, separate garage.
Includes located 2 lots. Shown by app'at. CARL SCHMIDT RAMBLERAlso
many extras, on large QUALITY BLOCKS AT NO EXTRA COST.

Agency Your Dealer PHONE 847-4021



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Management Trio Charged With I Intercession City News

Armed Roobery

\, Farm-Grove-Ranch I Answer To Three Negroes have been Bake Sale. To Aid

tf charged with armed robbery f
News and Reviews Tree CropWhat after being arrested shortly after -

.. a St. Cloud grocer was Community ProjectBy
Kissimmtt Gaztttt, Nov.!>> 7, 1563 Page 8 robbed at gunpoint last week.

is a forest worth? The three were captured in

Such a question is not easily Orange County. They are Robert
Cole. The Cote's are living -
answered, any more so than"what's Sheffield 26, Tommy Lee John-
Mr. Mrs. W. T. White the Rainbow Trailer
and at
Comments the price of sunshine," son, 19 and Mary Alice Green,
County Agent Larry and Sharon, of Qemson, Park.
or "what's the value of rain?
S.C. spent the past week at the The community is saddenedby
True, the volume of pulpwoodor
w home of Mrs. White's parents, hearing of the death of th*
sawtimber suitable for cut- ti
r City Gets $7,690.59 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Newton on Rev. Samuel Young from a
certain timber tract
ting from a
Soil Banks Still .Charity StreetA heart attack. We will mia them
can be estimated-and its value
From TaxThe
Cigarette Bake Sale is to be held among us this winter.
approximated in dollars. But
Friday, the 15th, in the dining Miss Leah Ke RMy is tending
that is yield, a single harvest. City of Kissimmee received hall sponsored by the Civic As- some time in Pleaaantvflle, NewJersey
: Best Protection The wise timberland owner 7690.59 from the state
sociation to complete payment I. where she will attend
still has a going forest even
cigarette tax collected duringthe the firehouse doors worthy convention
on a the State Teacher'Si,
I after a commercial cutting has ALL SAINTS PARTY All Saint's Day has a special month of September, accord- community project before returning to Florida.

By JIM: SMITH sticker or 1 qt. of oil emulsion been made.In meaning for the children of St. John's Episcopal Kinder- ing to Richard B. Keating, di- Mrs. Thelma Smith, Alice Atkinson It is reported that the son of

County Agent may be added for added sticking fact, after a proper cut garten. On the traditional Halloween, the eve of All Saint's rector of the state beverage department Mildred Vink, Grace Mrs. Mabel Grioe hat been seri-
Soil banks are still the best I qualities. the remaining trees of the forest which collects the Ellis and Mary Gifford attendeda tractor accident.
hurt in
and the children invited their parents to an All Saint's party. ously a
more rapidly more
'and cheapest fO!m of cold protection It probably won't be long before grow tax. missionary society Retreat of
. and this will mean moneyin Cattlemen should start supplemental profitably than they would haveif The children all dressed up as their favorite saint and pre- the Christian and Missionary

. the bank for growers. Growers feeding: cattle. Many there had been no harvest or sented a program for their parents and friends. Duringthe Alliance held at Daytona last Lulu Overstreet

, should wait as long as the methods are used, but regardless sale.A. program each child described his favorite saint for Club Members week.
Circle Met Monday
'weather permits, hut the safest of the method mature cattle well-managed forest is learnedwere
the group assembled. Several songs that have been The Mrs. Ovada Phillips and
'procedure would be to have trees should receive at least a pound worth more than a poorly man Attend MeetingFour Belle have returned.
banked by the last week in Nov- and one half of digestible protein aged forest. And forest income also sung. Following the program everyone enjoyed Handay is improved. Nine members of the Lulu
Mrs. Handay some
ember. Location and experiencewill to meet their minimum daily re- from good management throughthe holiday refreshments provided by Martha Graves and ad- members of Business and The Rev. William Marsh is Overstreet Circle met Monday at

dictate the exact deadlinein quirements. If good quality forage years far exceeds that of a mired some of the hand-work done by the children. Miss Professional Woman's Club attended home from the hospital and the home of Mrs. W. W. Winters

, your area. or hay is available plus one forest unmanaged. Parah Clark Kindergarten teacher is very grateful to an aH-dav leadership conference gaining slowly. Mrs. Lena Hunt contacted the

All Gees three years and under to one and a half pounds of protein Florida has more than 21,000- Charlotte Rodenbaugh who worked hard to design and in Orlando Saturday. The November meeting of the business meeting which vats open

:hould be banked and based on meal per head per day, 000 acres of forest land. Some make costumes for the children.Baptists ,They were Mrs. Wanda+ Barnette. Woman's Christian Temperance with prayer. Mrs. Ralph Wood

;previous observations, Murcotts minimum requirement should be two-thirds of Florida's commer- president: Mrs. Rose Bobroff Union met at the Pilgrim Holiness I was selected as assistant leader

up' to ;5) years of age, unless they met. If quality of forage is poor cial forest land is held by 93- i third vice president: Miss Isabel Church last Tuesday eve- and program chairman after the

have a thick, low head, should protein meal should be increas- 000 different owners. About 60 To Honor Bartholomew. coorespondins secretary ning. The president Miss Mildred I resignation of Mrs. Arthur Held

:bo banked. Older trees that were 'd. Cattle with sufficient protein per cent of the total land area and Mrs. Avis Griffen, Overrein, presided reading I was accepted.

'severely damaged and w e r e"buttcut" will breed back after calving of the Sunshine State is in for state resolution chairman.The the scripture and leadingthe Plans were made for the general

should much than ests. leadership conference was November 18th at
or "hat-racked more readily those salutes to the flag. The Rev. meeting
be banked well above the main 'with protein deficiency. Income from sale of forest Royal AmbassadorsMembers conducted by the Florida Federa- Delette Cooley played a selec- 'which time Lulu Overstreet Cir-

.scaffold' limbs. Common sense products-wholesale value-exceeds tion. Miss Della Rosenbe which was I cle will be the ho tMs. It was deckled -
tion on organ,
.will dictate size of these banks'because $500,000,000 yearly. The tarke, vice president of the federation of Mrs.I to hold a food safe at this
490 Head followed by the report
of tree height and size. retail value is estimated in ex- of Th'e First Baptist time during the morning serv- was in charge. The Orlando Mary Frankenfield. She was a meeting.Mrs. .

If banking is to be done, it is cess of one billion dollars. I Church are joining thousands of ice this Sunday. BPWC was the hostess club delegate to the state convention Ethel Ruic gave the de-

,important that the job be done Sold AtMarket Not in a single season, but other Baptist churches throughout Leading the Royal Ambassa- and its president, Mrs. Betty held at Bradenton October 2528. votions. Mrs. Wood gave the program

:well. The larger the banks the year 'round, Florida trees head the Southern Baptist Con- dors at The First Baptist Church Lancaster, presided. Fourteen This was the 80th annual state i using as her topic "The

more cold protection because of for the market This raw ma- :vention November 3-10: in the as counselors are: Cecil Tyner, clubs in the Central Florida area convention of the WCTU. Role of the Woman ta the

the heat contained in the soil. If terial is sold by the tree farmer I observance of Royal Ambassador Jake Clemens Bill Goldina, Curtis were represented. Dale Howard is home from I Church."

,mechanical bankers are to be and it is changed into even I Week. Arrington. B. R. Harrell, Al his term of service with U.S. Mrs. Hunt assisted Mrs. WInters

used, care should be taken not At the Kissimmee Livestock more valuable products. During this special week the Marshall, and Clyde Bass. in Germany. during the social hour.'
to expose. crown or feeder roots. Market Wednesday, 490 cattle These products take many .church spotlight will be turnedon The boys are enrolled in three PTA Carnival Mr. Thomas W. Jacobson and I
Last some trees that were and calves were sold comparedto forms-the list stretches from herein
year boys 9 through 17 who participate chapters in their church Donors ListedThe bride, the former Marcia Grace
banked were killed by the cold 823 a week ago. cellulose to roller rink to power in this missionary edu- Kissimmee. There are 242- Turner of Salem, Oregon have BakerClemonsMarriage

,due to exposed roots. Be sure to Compared to last Wednesday line poles. cation program. In the First 166 boys in Royal Ambassadorsin Parent-Teachers Associa- taken residence here. They

vise the cleanest soil possible. I little or no change except stocker Each change increases the Baptist Church boys will take the Southern Baptist Conven- tion's Halloween Carnival held were married up September 2nd in ToldMr.
Trees that were damaged by calves steady to 50c lower value of the product. And each
in special recognitionthe
part a recently by Kissimmee Highlandsand the South Salem Church of the
last year's cold should have with most decline occuring in change adds to personal income, Kissimmee elementary Nazarene.Mr. and Mrs. Raymond demons

..s orpe pre-banking preparations. latter part of sale. Best action the entire economy, or indeed marriage of then!
schools was quite successful. William T. Childs and annuonce
Cold cankers, pruning wounds was on 150-300 lb. slaughter the value of the forest itself. Lucas Oil Co. Inc. to Jackie Baker
A list of sponsors follows: Audrey family attended the services of daughter Joyce
and damaged bark areas should calves. Calves comprised nearlyhreefourths Each change employs more ,
Motor Company, Hunt Broth- the Christian and Missionary son of Mr. and D. J. Hasher Mon.
be cleaned and re-painted with of the run with 52 workers, and each change
.ers, Greyhound Bus Line Bee- Alliance this past Sunday. Mr. day, Nov. 4th at 6:30 p.m.
good pruning compounds. Do this percent going to slaughter. makes life a little better for all.
Offers New ServiceCalvin ky's Beauty Shop, Hales Feed Childs supplied the pulpit. After a short wedding trip to
far enough in advance to allow Cutter 750-1050 lb slaughter Perhaps the total and ultimate
Mill Inc... E C.. Bovis. Chi Co We welcome back to our town Georgia the coupte will be at
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the pruning compound to set. steers 140016.00, one utility value of a Florida forest can Inca
firkin Exterminating Co. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Salme, Mrs. home on Jenkins Street.'
There is little research to sup- 1850. never be known. With 5,000 use- Woodward, executivevice as soon as approval is received.The Inca
Betty Jaynrs IGA Persons and Mr. and Mrs.
fort the use of fungicides, but 1 I Few utility and standard heifers ful products already being fash- president of Lucas Oil Co. company will establish Ada Dick
B One Hour Cleaners Rolls
feel it is advisable to spray or 516.00-19.25 one good yearling ioned from the forest, science Inc. announces the purchase of storage facilities in St. Cloud to Also Anderson Garage Bruc- Craig Bell Given
Market Trim ,
Kilcoyne's Shop,
paint the trunk area to be bank- $22.50.Utility and"industry still look for more. Pullen's Fuel Oil Service as the handle both retail and wholesale kus Laundry, Artistic Beauty National Award
Rooney Pontiac Inc., Freezette
f-d with a good fungicide. A 12- cows $14.75-16.75. cutter All may never be found-and first step in his company's plansto accounts which will make it possible Drive In. Elliotts' Grocery Brush Salon Shores Men's Wear, Mode-

12-100 Bordeaux or neutral copper 120014.75, few canner down to hence a forest's value never establish a new petroleum for the company to offer and Bucket, Central Marine O'Day; Frock Shop, Flamingo Craig Bell was given a national

l (1 lb. metallic copper (spray 1150. fully determined-but as a poet distributorship, complete with fast efficient fuel oil service to Sales, Evans Hardware, Mcrrory's Plastic Beckey's Bakery, KIs- camping award at the annual)

grade/100 gallons of water maybe Utility bulls 15001800. said of other values, "they still service stations in St. Cloud. home owners by radio dispatched Store LumberCo. simmee Dry Cleaners, Benton's dinner of the Tohope Boy Scout

used. Thorough coverage of Good 250-500 lb. calves $20.00- are worthy to be sought. Contracts have been signed for delivery trucks. Panning Jewelry Charm Beauty Salon, District held at Orlando last
Osceola Fruit Distributors
the banked area is necessary. 24.00, standard $17.00-22.00, utility station sites and construction Lucas Oil Co. Inc. is not new Jo-Mar, Mrs. Mac's Restaurant, week.

Chlordane for termite and ant' $16.00-18.00. Good 150-250 lbs.S23.5026.5O will be started on stations at an in the oil business, having built Riedel Motors -Dodge Dealers, Northside Super Service Inc., Bell's troop, SU, also was

control may be added in the standard 21502400. early date.Private the Phillips stations in Osceola Starling Chevrolet Inc., Ben awarded a* adventure round-up
Sales 'fax Kissimmee Hardware Inc. Person's
Franklin Store Kissimmee Coca-
spray or it may be dusted or Medium 450-750 lb. feeder- Brand products will County and distributed the Phil- certificate and Rip Collins, scoutmaster
Auto Supply, 'Fashion F4alr,
in a spray 1 quart of 72% liquid stocker steers $16.50-18.75, common be handled and-will be the first lips brand, now owned by RileyS. Cola Bottling Co., Hodgins Home Western Auto Store, Partins Jew- of troop 91, accepted a
Chlordane per 100 gallons 01 f: $15.00-17.50. Miles. Appliances, Ready Market, Osce- streamer for one-tone registra
ShovsIncrease private brand to'be
registeredfrom elers, Mr. and Mrs. Ezzie Turnin i
la Cement Products, First National ,
water be incorporated in Common and medium heifers
may Osceola County. The Brandis R.K. "Bob" Lucas will be in
L. M. Williams Mr. and Mrs.
Bank and First Federal ,
the fungicide A spreader-> 150018.00, one good $18.25. 291
spray Kissimmee
now in process of being reg- charge of fuel oil delivery. Temporary Enoch Herzberg and Cody Pub- troops
Savings and Loan of
Few common cows $14.25- 293 and 296 represented.
istered with state authorities and headquarters will beLamonda's lications Inc. were
16.25, inferior $10.50-13.50. will enable Lucas Oil Co. to Trading Post 91713th Osceola County. ,

Medium and few good 250-450 director of i operate anywhere in the stateif St. and fuel can be orderedby
J. Ed Straughn, .
FIRSTNATIONAL lb.W5.00-18.00.calves $16.50-22.00, common the Florida Revenue Commission -' desired. calling St. Cloud 892-2946 or 1 f' !

October Brand name will be announced Kissimmee 847,4862. : \ I
said ,
Medium 100-250 lbs. 210023.00, yesterday I I Ii
sales and use tax collections
common $17.0022.00.Senior .
based on September business City To DelayCertificate County OfficesTo \ >

totaled $16,694,966, an increaseof \
BANK Class Girls $2,520,859 or 17.78 per cent IssuesCity Observe DayThe \

over the same month last year.
Are EntertainedChapter
commissioners have decided -
Straughn said collections for board of county commis- I

L of the P. E. O. Sisterhood the current fiscal year total $66- to delay the issuance of rev- sions Monday authorized the I

KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA entertained the St. Cloud 967,395, an increase of nearly enue certificates for refundingof closing of all offices in the courthouse .
the debt and additional
High School Senior Class Girls $9,000,000 or 15.44 per cent over utility and other county officeson

and their mothers at a Tea at the first quarter of the previous i expansion. Monday, November 11 in observance : /

the St. Cloud Hotel on Saturday, 'fiscal year.Calendar. The action followed a dose of Veterans Day. i

Serving the November 2nd. year collections total study of the entire picture by Since this is the date of the

Mrs. Betty Hensel, chairman $170,059,112, Straughn said. Thisis City Mgr. Charles Jackson and regular meeting of the board it 'I I

Farming Interestsof of the diaper's Educational an increase of $12,838,577 or the commissioners Friday. This was decided to meet at 10 a.m. ':, I

Osceola Countyfor Committee was in charge of 8.16 per cent over 1962 calendar study showed that instead of the Monday, November U. I ( !

the function. She introducedMrs. year. city being able to refund the Since trials are scheduled in'
Over 35 Year
Ruth Rinaman president, Straughn said the five per cent obligations without cost, actually Circuit Court for that day, court

who welcomed the twenty girls, tax on sporting goods sold at interest. over the entire term of will also be in session.Methodists I II I
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their mothers. and the twentyone wholesale level produced $61- new issue would be abou Jl S

P. E. O. Sisters, who attended. 193, as compared with $40,745. million more than the combined i

*>.. Mrs. Peg Carroll explainedthe the previous month. interest for present issues. Plan

,4 tMEMIElltDnAl. scope and purpose of the Gasoline tax collections for Curt Goss, of Sullivan, Nelson Patriotic ServiceThe

P. E. O. Loan Fund. Mrs. Betty October totaled $10,266,609 a decrease & Goss, city fiscal agents, had

Hensel and Mrs. Maxine John- of $1,308,591 under September originally proposed a plan which

DEPOSIT son presented a skit depictingthe but an increase of $818- would have resulted in a profit First Methodist Church
INSUUNd CORPORATION Dean of Cottey College inter- 989 October of 1962. over a period of yeas: of $125- will hold a special service this
over 11 o'clock in didn't Jim Walter finish the INSIDE ?
=' viewing the mother of a fresh- 934.50. Sunday morning at Why too
observance of Veterans' Day.

man.James R. Wade directed the PhilDiVirgilioNamed However, a few weeks later, a The Chancel Choir, under the direction :- Because no two home buyers are alike. Some want a low cost "basic" home built to

CompleteGROVE St. Cloud High School Glee Club Chicago Goss to approving advise him attorney that wrote there of Mrs. E. M. Jones, will they can finish the inside themselves. Others prefer a more completed home. That's why

in the following songs: "0 God, Farm HeadPhil had been a misunderstanding and i present the anthem. "Battle The we offer 44 inside finishing options to choose from.
Hymn of the Republic.
I offer thanks to Three"
; "Swing that the proposed issue could
has been not I pastor, Rev. B. B. Williams,
DiVirgilio nam-
SERVICE low sweet chariot" (boys); be approved unless the Florida
"T mmy" (girls); "Kentucky ed president of the Osceola Coun- Supreme Court reviewed it. will bring a message in keeping
Farm Bureau. The board also with this theme. All Veterans'
Babe" ty
Patty Thompson sang
This, then, resulted in a plan .
elected Walter Van Bass organizations are invited to at-
"It's a grand night for singing". which would have netted the city
The Glee Club finished with "The vice president and H. P. Bauk- about $20,000. However, last tend in groups.

. j Happy Wanderer', and "Okla night, secretarytreasurer.Besides Tuesday, it became apparentthat Church School will convene at
'. t homa", accompanied by Miss the officers the directors maybe this $20,000 profit the regular time, 9:45 a. m..
.-- include Glen Baisden Jack with classes for all ages and a
Becky Partin the
-... on piano. was actually going to be eaten
The tea-table was beautifully Batton, Robert Godwin Tom nursery for infants and small
up by additional fees and the
.. ,-V. arranged by members of the Hughey, Bob Lancaster, Ross program might have a slight children.
G.M.HUGHEY Social Committee, of which Mrs. Lanier, Charles Partin. Earl Par- eficit. On Sunday evening the special

Marion Lewis is Chairman. Us- tin Bill Perry, M. M. Sullivan music will be provided by
During the week Jackson obtained Mrs. Robert Sr. who wising
ing the traditional P. E. O. and Clay Whaley. Eby ,
Kent Powers named additional information on "Suffer Little Children"
Colors, yellow and white, they was county
GROVE SERVICE & created an unnusually lovely service officer Sara Johnston, which he could base a closer The evening service now beginsat
study. He came with the idea NO MONEY DOWR irao% FINANCING
MANAGEMENT floral centerpiece.Irs.. Rina- office secretary and Bass mem- up 7p. mMary.
chairman. that the new issue would cost the
man and Mrs. Vida Larkey
Speed Boom & Hand presided over the refreshments.A city something over a million I Summerlin The HOLLYWOOD
dollars more.Informal $3 395
Spraying social hour was enjoyed by all
A conversations with cash of basic home ,
Mechanical Fertilizing Hoeing Dusting, Bank who were present.Mr. Winn-Dixie Sales various commissioners resultedin Circle Met MondayThe 0It' R price

ing & Cultivating and Mrs. Ken Newman Show IncreaseSales their feeling the same way.A Mary Summerlin Circle of A L 0G You can have this beautiful*bedroom home CUSTOM built on

For Personalized Service announce the birth of a 7 lb. 12 special meeting was discussions held the Woman's Society of Christian Cp't your lot within 30 days. Only 144 small monthly payment and
late Friday to continue -
recorded by Winn-Dixie Service met Monday afternoon -
daughter, Tracy Lee, Friday,
Stores during the 16-week and possibly adopt a resolution John it's yours, free and dear.
October 25th at the Florida Sani- period at the home of Mrs.
Donegan Ave.. Klttlmmee making a deal with some ...
tarium. ended October 19 showed an in- Semple. _.
bond house to handle the transaction.
of 5.34 the Mrs.
crease percent over WC.. Seckman, guest

corresponding period a year ago. speaker, used as her topic YOUR FREE CATALOG OF HOMES AND FULL DETAILS

A total sales volume of $561>>8.- However, after discussion com- "Women in the Church'.

223 for this 16-week missioners concluded two things Plans .
period surpassed were made to furnish a
last year's figure of $243- had to be done: Christmas basket to a needy

738,899 by 13019324. The city engineers. Smith & family. T Jim Walter

Sales during the four-week per- Gillespie, would have to reviewits During the social hour refreshmeats : _

iod ending October 19 totaled recommendations to make were served by the hostess ______

11111111 $64,606,077 as compared with $62- certain they were forecastingthe to Mmes. Jennie Allen Lula

313,645 during corresponding- future needs ae accuratelyas Beauchamp. George C. Bronson

period in 1962. an increase of is possible. Pearl Davis. Lola Grove Mau- ORLANDO FLORIDA

$2,292,432 or 3.68 percentWinnDixie -That Goss would have to die James. Neva Longley, M. M. ,

I j Stores Inc. is now restudy his proposals see il Overstreet. Mary Smith, Philip

operating a total of 614 supermarkets here was a less expensive way Smith, and guests, Mrs. Grace 295-0981
4540 W. Colonial 50 West Phone
throughout the South as pi: handling the financial end of Lester W. C Seckman. Gus Hwy.

I compared to 593 a year ago. > I[he program. Heonis and Miss Dollie Clark

..- $ _1> 0 i

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