Orlando Evening Star from Orlando, Florida on February 2, 1967 · 1
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Orlando Evening Star from Orlando, Florida · 1

Orlando, Florida
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Thursday, February 2, 1967
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Two Free Ice Shows At Auto Show Today At 4 And 8 P.M. FINAL Stock Market Higher See Page 3C timm mmm m mmm 91st Year Number 27 Phoiw OA 1-4411 Clasilfied 6A Mil! Orlando, Florida, Thursday, February 2, 1967 10 Cts. 92 Pages THEAT UOMETCOS ' ! - V f xii" : n - h A n IvU 1-, cL 1 1 I cir i ' sZ.- -: - - - VJ W U U vl I Li UU L:L,J U lit f ; Marquee At Park Theater Where Disney Conference Took Place .Its Sir Pnoio by Frank Ruisall Good Evening! Disney World. Should be supercalif superfral ah, well, you know what I mean without e m b a r rassing me over the spelling. I think we all wish Valt Disney could be here to direct it because there was only one Walt Disney and there will not be another. But I think we are all delighted and fortunate to have his brother Roy ramrodding the Florida project. And Dave McLean, publicity chairman, pens a note to remind me the third annual Florida Foliage Festival is peeking through the underbrush and will be on the scene March 17-19. This has grown into quite an attraction. Impact-wise, it's one of the biggest deals in Orlando history and if we're all walking a couple of feet off .the ground today, folks will just have to understand. ' I usually leaf through the news wires to see what historic events happened on the day I'm writing this column and then I pass them along to you. But today when I did it I found this is the anniversary of income tax. The amendment was ratified in 1913. I got so discouraged I may never look up anniversaries again. Jim Stewart, Disney's advance PR man, is a fine and capable young fellow who's been a real blessing to the press with his . h o r o ughness and coop eration. We'd all have been hurtin' for certain' without Stewart. Another real cooperative guy is Bob McHenry of the Florida Development Commission. In fact most everybody connected with the project has gone out of his way to help the working press. Word trom Florida San Is that its new south wing will be dedicated next month, possibly the 12th or 19th. Shapes up as a wonderful facility. Well, anyway, drive carefully. The life, you save may be Roy Disney's. Norman Wolfe Condition Fair Condition of Orange County Tax Assessor James M. Milligan was listed in "fair" condition at Orange Memorial Hospital Thursday morning after undergoing vascular surgery Wednesday, Comic Dictionary INCOMPATIBILITY The marriage of a man who is a terrible failure in making money to a woman who Is a great success in spending it. Feb. 2 7 Set For Election Of Mayor By D. G. LAWRENCE Staff Writer Tuesday, Feb. 21, was decreed as election day to elect a successor to Orlan-d o ' s late Mayor Carr Thursday by city council. Runoff election, if necessary, will be Tuesday, March 7. Indie ations were' that former County Commission Chairman F. B. Surguine Jr. would be a candidate. Two others, City Councilman Wally Sanderlin and Orlando developer Carl T. Langford, already have announced they'll run. J. CHARLES GRAY, former state turnpike auth ority chairman, said he'd make a decision on the race V Showplace Billed Worlds Greatest Star Photo by Havarn Summari Carr Last Rites Page 5-E this weekend. Gray was' Haydon Burns' campaign manager and patronage dispenser here. Another possibility was City Councilman Doug Barnes. He could not be reached Thursday nor could Surguine. C a n d i dates will start qualifying at noon Monday, qualification period ending Feb. 9 at noon. LANGFORD'S BID to be mayor is his second try. He lost to Mayor Carr by 121 votes in the runoff election (ELECTION-Continued Back Page This Section) iiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHim 1 SENTINEL STAR COMBINED DAILY ' NET PAID CIRCULATION: . j I Week Ending Jan. 25, 1967 157,713 1' Week Ending Jan. 26, 1966 152,793 I Gain over last year 4,920 liiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiim Disney Relaxes Roy Disney is shown enjoying himself as he engaged in informal discussion at the Langford Hotel's Anchor Room Wednesday evening. He and six vice presidents of Walt Disney Productions had dinner with C. William Beaufort, chairman of the Florida Development Commission, and Jay Brown, chairman of the State Road Board Rain Seen On Friday By ESSA-Weather Bureau Increasing moisture will favor few showers as cold front approaches Central Florida late Friday. The forecast for Orlando and vicinity is for partly cloudy and mild tonight and variable cloudiness with widely scattered showers Friday. Temperatures will range from the upper 50's tonight into the middle and upper 70's Friday, Winds will be mostly southerly, 8 to 18 miles per hour. Probability of showers Friday, 20 per cent. HERNDON. SKYLINE Lobster it back on the buffet SEAMANS AT CAPE CAPE KENNEDY (UPI) The deputy administrator of the federal space agency flew to the m o o n p o r t Thursday to get a preliminary report on the Apollo 1 disaster from the investigators trying to find out what happened last Friday night. "We've got a lot of work to do," Dr. Robert C. Seamans told newsmen moments after landing. 6th Annual Pilot Club Bread Day Friday February 3 Donila tor tha benefit o( the Forreat Park Bchool at any sf the Pilot Club atationa and receive a loaf of Wonder Bread. Disney World described as a living showcase which will attract, more people than any other place in the world will open "hopefully in 1970 but no, later than 1971," Roy O. Disney, president of Walt Disney Productions, said Thursday. Speaking at a meeting attended by legislative, civic, and industrial leaders rep resenting all Florida as well as the nation's financial and communications centers, Disney spokesmen announced plans for a whole new Disney World on a 43- square mile tract in Orange and Osceola counties. THOSE ATTENDING the meeting were told in a film prepared and narrated in part by Walt Disrtey shortly before his death: "With the technical know-how. of American industry and the creative imagination of the Disney organization, I'm confident we can build a living showcase that more people will talk about and come to look at than any other area of the world." Basic elements of the proposed development include: A new amusement theme park similar to the world - famous Disneyland in California. A SERIES )F theme motels surrounding and compatible to the theme park development. Outdoor sports centers for golf, tennis, boating, camping, and other recreational activities which will take advantage of and pre serve the natural beauty of the area. ' An i n d u s t rial park covering about' 1,000 acres, (DISNEY Continued Back Page This Section) Quintuplets Born; Four Still Living NEW YORK (UPI) -A postal clerk's wife who took fertility drugs gave birth Wednesday night to quintuplets. One was still-fa o r n but doctors said chances the other four would survive were "pretty good." The quints four girls and a boy were born about COME TO THE AUTO SHOW WIN 4 COLOR T.V.'s FREE Enjoy the Wonderful Entertainment of Bissell Gr Farley's Xtravaganza On Ice Wed., Thure., Friday Showa at 4 4e 8 p.m. Saturday 3 treat per-formancea it p.m. PARKWOOD PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER TODAY THROUGH FEBRUARY 4th. 2 P.M. TO 10 P.M. DAILY Marines Kill 68 Reds SAIGON, South Vietnam 18) U. S. Marines ioday reported killing 68 Communist troops in the initial phases of two new drives in the northern part of South Vietnam. In action elsewhere, A m e r i c an, Korean and S o uth Vietnamese units claimed nearly 150 enemy dead in a series of clashes up and down the country. U. S. military headquarters announced that 131 Americans were killed and 822 were wounded in action last week, a small increase over the previous week's toll of 123 killed and ' 716 wounded. South V i e tnamese headquarters listed 157 government troops killed last week. a week prematurely to Mrs. Lionel Harris, 31, at the Jewish Hospital, of Brooklyn. One of the girls was born dead. THE FATHER said he was "dumbfounded" at the multiple birth. At 8:30 a.m. EST today, 12 hours after delivery, the surviving babies were reported "doing fine." The couple married five years, had been childless. . Dr. Barry Kaminsky, one of six doctors attending the , mother and babies, said there had been no deterioration in the condition of the three girls and one boy. "THAT'S A good sign," Dr. . Kaminsky said. "They are in' incubators and are holding their own." Classified 6E Comics 6-7C Deaths ' 5E Editorials 12A Legals 6E-9D Movies 20D Radio-TV 20A Society 1-6B Sports 1-4E Weather 7E : Rich Hermits Of The Caribbean Sunday's Florida Magazine

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