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Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: November 14, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -Oct. 11, 1984.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079939
Volume ID: VID00305
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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Dec. 20. the state of j Wfldwood stretch is considered aboondoggle

i Florida may begin losing at least anyway. It simplywon't

$5,000 a day because of delayson pay its way. It has been

construction of the :Turnpike; ermed as merely an excuse for _

from Yeehaw Junction. to Fort kjv. Farris Bryant to reissuethe

Pierce. Turnpike bonds rather thanextend

r Florida Turnpike Authority officials the previous bond issue to

say it is possible this sector complete the road to Orlando. tie
of the turnpike will be finished The Turnpike Authority is in

by Dee 15, but more likelyit the process of setting up shop in
will be after the first of the Fort Lauderdale its second

year probably a month and move in a year. After former

? some $150,000 later. Chairman John Mammer resign

The $5,000 a day represents ed, the main office was moved
6i mostly the flood of "snowbirds"who from Tampa to Tallahassee.' It

will be driving to south Florida will not be in Fort Lauderdale.A .

i, from Yankeeland. management consultant team
q
Completion of the Turnpike, paid $250,000 to update the au-

originally scheduled for this thority, has laid out a reorgani-

year, probably won't be until at zation with four major depart-

least sometime in July. ments that of comptroller, administration -
COMPETE-Members of the Kissimmee Police Department took part in the an- Part of the delay between Yee- toU and public TO PLAY WITH BAND-Five members of the Osceola High Band have been selected -

nual FBI pistol shooting competition held here last week. Shown above taking aim haw and Fort Pierce can be at- safety. The new resident attorney to play with the United States Air Force Band Friday during their matinee

are, left to right, Marshall Grouse Jim Hartley Sgt. H. P. Best and Grover Higdon. tributed to some 19 inches of will be Douglas R. Gardner of performance for students. They are, left to right, Mike Bast, trombone; Mark Lurte,

Chief Bob Best placed first in the competition, followed closely by Robert Fornes rain in October that brought construction Frostproof, a recent University clarinet; Donnie Higgins trumpet; Glen Ward flute and Ray Cody trumpet. Those

and Higdon. (Photo by Eby) to a standstill. 0: Miami Law Graduate. The selected from St. Cloud were Bill Bailey baritone horn; Robert Duley drums; Jim
The delay between Orlando. new executive director will be
Greene ; Richard Neuciler, tuba Patty Ninow clarinet and Partia
and Wildwood resulted from a T. M. Ervin, now director of trumpet ; Becky

Hunting Season goof by someone, leaving six right of way. Ervin, brother of clarinet. (Photo by Eby) .

Culture CenterTo bridges unbuilt one still not AttY. Gen. Richard Ervin. was

Opens SaturdayHunters started. In figuring time for construction formerly a Tallahassee police

of the bridges, someone Sales TaxTotals

are being urged to 1 used the 24-hour day instead of man.Head of Public Safety wfll be Flouridation

Elect OfficersThe avoid the last-minute rush by obtaining the normal working hours. In Red Taylor, former Palm Beach

hunting licenses and per- :other words, if they had been County sheriff end buddy of Gov.

Osceola County Art and members. mits well in advance of opening building. the bridges 24 hours a Farris Bryant Becomes Issue

Culture Center will hold its an- In addition to the constituent day of the resident game animal I day, the project might be on A couple of money-saving fea- $31,270.74Sales
schedule instead of months be- will the
tures apparently keep
nual meeting and election of officers group membership, individual hunting season Season opens
on Wednesday evening. membership have been established Nov. 9 south of State Road 60 i hind. estimated costs of the turnpike ST. CLOUD Controversy over Several people said mothers

November 20 at 8:15 in its buildIng for" those persons who and statewide Nov. 16. So much water and swamp was extension near $157 million. Construction taxes collected in Osceola i fluoridation of the City's water should concentrate on better food
encountered between Yeehaw and and right of costs the month of Oct. i is emotionalas habits for their
of the Art way County during supply getting more youngsters.
at the corner of Bryan and.want to be a part According to A. Aldrich, director
Fort Pierce that engineers don'tknow Constructioncost evidenced recent Town Shea, of the
do have skyrocketed. ober totaled 31270.74 as com- by a Aubry one more
Stewart Streets it was announced -and Culture Center, but who Game and Fresh Waterish
yesterday by the president, !not bold membership in any of Commission over 165,000 exactly what to expect of estimate has increased $4- pared with $35,865.29 collected in Meeting where the subject was vocal opponents at the previous

Dr. George E. Beauchamp. I the constituent groups. These individual Florida hunters are expected to the new road. Plans are to put 596,000( ) since the official'state- September and with $28,912.02 col- discussed publicly for the second meeting, brought i information

In accordance with the deci-- memberships are $3.00a acquire either resident or non- only a top over limerock in ment Nov. 1, -1961. Right of way lected in October, 1962. time. which he said was of more recent"
stretches and then wait a yearor acquisition estimate has increased Gasoline taxes collected during origin. At one point Shea implied
sion of the held
public meeting year. resident licenses from the 67 In view
of the fact that such
O. Held treasurer of two to see what happens. by $3.660,550 since Nov. 1, October amounted to 40727.54 as no that the use of the fluorides is a
in September of this year, a Arthur county judges this year. proposal has been put before the
Delay on the Turnpike from 1961. However, the Turnpike has compared with $51415.89 collectedin manufacturer's "plot" to leD a
Board of Directors consisting of the Center; has announced that Over 40,000 of the hunters will Qty or Utility Commission it
Orlando to Wildwood probablywill picked up $1,163,100 through re- September and with 46875.85 jy-product which "cannot be disposed
twelve persons will be chosen he is now receiving applicationsfor also obtain special hunt permits would that
have no significant over-all investment of construction and collected in October 1962. seem participants on of by burying in the groundor
four for a three year term, lour individual memberships,_and which allow hunting in 28 wildlife both sides are practicing "pre-
for a two year term. Hereafter, that he will do so at the annual management effect For one thing the comple- interest reserve funds and revenue There were 58L822 gallons sold ventative medicine." dumping in rivers or lakes
four directors will be chosen I meeting in order to entitle in- by the Commission.areas supervised tion between Mason and the in 1962 and 1963 on the original last month, according to J. Ed Sponsors Junior Woman's because it is so potent."
Club
each year for a three year term, dividual members to vote. Members Hunting licenses are available Turnpike of IR75, anticipated for Turnpike was $9,679,500 Straughn, director of the Florida would like, public before, Mrs. Virgil Brooks, member of
will February, probably won't come or $1,772,500; more than antici- Revenue CommiI2.M'1 support Junior Woman's Club committee
constituent
and of
in order to insure continuity groups
from the offices of the county presenting proposals to the
com
experience on the Board. II be automatically entitled to vote hunt off until July. And the Orlando- pated. missions and on fluoridAtion, reported that EdWinnie
: judges. Special permits are opponents of fluori- of
acting superintendent
Also in accordance with the at the meeting.
I obtained from county judges or Murray OverstreetTo dation are determined that any
decision of the reorganization i Sixteen persons have been action shan the utilities department, had said
hunt be to referendum
headquarters.Duck put a
meeting, there will be two types .nominated for the twelve Board stamps needed in addi- Miles Has Praise Instruct Lawyers vote. the cost would be about 10 cents

of membership. Organizationswhich position. They are Rosemary B. per year per person
Both sides to Town Meet-
tion to hunting licenses for taking came
Mrs. Ruth Ferro. Qty Commissioner

are a constituent part of Albritton, Margaret Bast, GeorgeE. W. Overstn Jr.
lucks and geese, are purchasedfrom Murray lag prepared with information
the Art and Culture Center, Beauchamp, Essie Dale, Ken- any U. S. Post .Office For Vote Outcome Kissimmee lawyer, will instruct from various sources, some recent and secretary' of fluoridation Town
Meeting said the coat of -
include neth Duncan Louis French, Dar-
whichare expected to newly admitted lawyers on real and others dated as far backas
the Footlight Theater Guild, the rell Gill Larry Gross, Arthur property transactions t fat the ten years. It was evident that should be a valid consideration i
Robert ,Passage of the public recreation ists who regularly visit our area. and coat of equipment plus
Symphonettes the Osceola Count 0. Held. Don Hinton. Jim Rooney To Ninth Annual Practical LegalEJucation. the proponents mostly a delegation -
' .Historical Society, the Audubon Lewis,. Ed Phay..George Reynolds ; referendum_ ast 4 Tuesdaywas Miles said. Institute to Cs presented -. from Junior Woman's Cub, maintenance, and salary of a
.Society, and similar cultural Dr John Rao Jess Thack- Attend MeetingJim acclaimed yesterdayas "the The PCD Board will discuss November 11-15 irjLake-| were a small minority.Mae Grade B water ooerator should.
groups, .will hold group mem- ;ar, and William Wallace.In I greatest step forward in Florida'shistory the recreation referendum at a land. be included. She asked that "the-
bership, and the fee paid by the addition to the election of Rooney, education of chairman the to promote outdoor re- public meeting at 9 a.m. Fridayat The five-day course is ''presented f Ernst said that fluorides controversial subject be consider
Unit
group will entitle all their mem- officers, the meeting will act on Osceola County and creation and water conserva the Ramada Inn, Cocoa Beach. each year by the Junior Bar are beneficial for pre-natal to fiveor ed unemotionally and factually"
by-law changes designed American Cancer Society tion." Ed Dafl Executive Director of six old children Rev. and re-stated fier fMMlHoi that
bers automatically to member- proposed is Section of the Florida Bar to year ; '
Kissimmee Crusade chairman ] Riley S. Miles, of Kissimmee. the Flood Control District said the voters !should be given an op.
ship In the parent organization.The to bring wider public partic- afford recent admittees to the William Schwenk advised the use
the. attending the Florida Division chairman of the Governing key State officials from Talla- portunity to decide the nerve by "
group fee will be based on ipation and to adapt organization Bar an opportunity to learn the of toothpaste or vitamin combinations
the number of paying members for more effective handling Annual Conference and Business Board of the 18-county Central hassee are expected to attend the practical application of legal for those who want their referendum.Otto .

in the group and has been tent- of its increasing property Meeting in Tampa this weekend. and Southern Florida Flood Con- meeting. theories and procedures most children to have a fluoride supplement Whitney president of Town

atively set at fifty cents per. holdings and future program. Mrs. Ruth Watson. St Cloud trol District, said: "The favorable "We are hopeful," said Dail, used in a beginning law prac- ; Edgar Layman said Meeting said mare uniting on
Crusade and publicity chairman, vote insures that adequateareas 'that they will give us 'some In- "Top medical advisors" still are the subject should and will be

and Mrs. Louis Berson Unit secretary for both recreation and dication Friday of the ways the tice.Overstreet a law graduated of un-dedded on fluorides.State held.

To Purchase are also representing the conservation will be availablefor new amendment will affect us the University of Florida, is a
City county at the meeting. the generation and for generations -and how soon the land acquisition member of the Board of Gover-
Osceola representatives w t I to come." will get underwayin Adds
I program
nors of the Junior Bar Section of Money
1 partidpate in general and special The new Constitutional Amend- areas of interest to the Flood The Florida Bar. He will in-

19 New Vehicles sessions which will evaluate ment gives the State authority to,.Control District. struct the new lawyers on ex- I

the cancer control program o.. issue bonds or revenue certifi- Under the multi-use concept of amination of abstracts, opinionson To Nova
last year and lay plans for expanded cates to speed the purchase of public land management, envi- title, closing statements, and ProjectThe
chase of the vehicles.
commissioners have decid- new
dry and intensified projects public lands. The bonds or certificates sioned by the State, many of the preparation of all
ed in a major modernization of Once again commissioners dis- for the coming year. will be financed from areas to be acquired (such as necessary
real
for transaction -
the motor vehicle fleet owned by cussed motor size in the police The meetings will adjourn at existing taxes and other current in the Upper St. Johns River papers, beginning a with property the initial state has agreed to put ]I according to available insnrmatiOH. -

the city. vehicles and decided to continue 2 p.m. Sunday after an official State revenues which, it is es- Basin) will double in purpose as contract. another $500,000 into the Nova I .

The commissioners. decided to with the big ones. announcement of the new slat timated, will produce between water conservation areas. Dan Milton R. Adkins Miami presi Road project and to pay all construction I With the state's putting an additional
purchase 19 vehicles for four departments Jackson will prepare specifi- of volunteer officers who have $j. and $4-miHian per year. noted. dent-elect of the Junior Bar Section costs in excess of $3,- 9660,660' to the pot, the

to replace trucks, cations on the vehicles and ad- been elected to guide the can Miles noted that in central and It is hoped that we can start is chairman for the insti 300000. county officials bctfcvc they cannot
most of which are 10 or more vertise for bids. The city will of the Society Florida This total
cer control activities southern alone, Gov. construction in the very near tute. James Lawrence King. Mi- brings the the only go ahead with the
years old. and cars with high be able to buy all from one during the coming year. Bryant's Outdoor Recreation future of the flood control system ami Beach is president of the state is investing in the road Nova Road but afeo complete
mileages.It i source or break the purchase Committee has recommended the I to $1 million.
we plan for the Upper St. Junior Bar Section. up the rebuilding of Hwjr. 530 (Welt
will possibly be the biggest down in groups whichever procedure Pat Allen HasArmistice following: Johns Basin, as a result of the County commissioners worked Vise) this fiscalEngineering JIIM'
single purchase of vehicles in results in the best price 130.000 acres of wilderness land successful action on the refer- out this plan with Max Brewer, on lyiaruragr. AS
the city's history and certainly] for the city.County. NewspaperPat 430 salt water boat access endum. Dan said. Man Held On state road board member at a should be complete .y ....-oee.
one of the most important for sites meeting here Wednesday.The ember.Commissioners.
the public works department.To Receives Allen owner of H. B. I 385 fresh water boat access He stressed that the State's recreation Larceny Charge way the Nova Road costs

be purchased according to Allen's Firestone Home and Auto i sites program is far beyond now are stated by the state road

a list by City Mgr. Charles Jack- Racing FundsState Supply, spent Veterans Day 66.6 miles of salt water beach the planning stage In many A man who allegedly bought department-figures which Brewer -
son are eight two-ton chassis six Mondayshowing off an issue frontage areas such as in Palm Beach about $2,700 worth ,of furniture called reliable are as fol- Approve State Park
pick-up trucks two one-ton chas- Comptroller Ray E. :at the Tampa Morning Tribune 129 fresh water swimming sites and Broward Counties' where with a worthless &000 check lows:

sis; two police cars; and one Green said Monday checks for :Sated November 11, 1918. 98 historical or archaeologicalsites locations for more than 20 new. here has been returned from Total cost of construction including Approval of eataMtafana of a
regular passenger vehicle for. $35,000( ) from the race track tax Addressed to his wife's father, fresh water boat access sites Culpepper, Va.. Chief Dept. Er- engineering and other state park in Osceola County was
the administration. fund are being mailed to each the has been in the Allen have already been pinpointed. of the Osceola Sberiffs .
use by paper All these areas and sites will nest Murphy fees, $3,281,000; state to pay from given by the county comanvskxieH. J
The commissioners:: decided not of the 67 Counties. family all these years. The headline -. be easily accessible to the more "The action of the voters insures Department said yesterday. primary road funds, $1.000,090; but they unUoned no i
to trade in the old trucks but This is the first payment of in large letters and red ink than 2.000,000 residents who live that our state will continueto The furniture bought froma balance to be paid by county. exact tocattaa. ;
will have car dealers appraise the current fiscal period and is proclaimed "Peace!" within the 18-county Flood Control be the playground of America local firm was to be delivered $2.281(0) Commr. Ores Brown, whose .

them and then offer them to the $7.000 more than each county re- The paper contained 12 pages District plus the many tour- ," said Chairman Miles. to a home Hayden Whitaker This does not include the cost property may be Jndadcd in the
public. It was felt better "deals"cpuld ceived at the same payment per as compared with 136 pages inMonday's the accused had bought a short of right-of-way from other than Reedy Creek+ Swamp project. ,

be made by out-right pun iod last year. Tribune. time before. He had given a the Mormon Ranch which fa contributing wanted to be certain the motion

Sheriff's Office check for the down payment the bulk of the right-of- did not indicate the coounsMtofi

also.According way. This additional right-of-way. was in favor of taking anyone's 1
when
to Murphy, appraises out at about $80.000( property.
Whitaker' was picked up in cal.pepper
he was buying a car. s
Issues f
-
Warning He \'.i just finished a telephone,

call: to a bank here to impressthe

seller Murphy alleged.
;
Sheriff R. M. Buckels of Os- that the law requires the driver

ceola County yesterday issued of. any truck. tractor or trailer.
a warning to an handlers of citrus United Appeal
hauling fruit in bulk or in unclosed -
fruit in Osceola County that Extended
containers the Campaign
on highway -
his office will enforce the laws
have on his person, while.
requiring fruit handlers to have
their vehicles properly marked driving the vehicle, a certificateor The United Appeal campaignwin I
other paper showing the approximate continue in Osceola County
and the drivers of these vehicle
amount of fruit being until Dec. L Horace Phipps ,
la possession of the proper fruit
hauled, the name of the ownerof president, has announced.He .
identification information. ,.Ar
the fruit and the origin of said that more than 50 per

%tRL.4 1E14 Sheriff Buckels said that the the fruit. cent of the goal has been reached '

: law requires that any truck Sheriff Buckels commenting and other employers are
tractor or trailer hauling fruit being contacted in an effort to
on the sharp increase in fruit
in bulk or in unclosed containers get as many persons under the ,. r
values in prospect for the com
..
> on the Highways be designated payroll deduction plan as pos !
ing season expressed concern
by lettering of not less than sible.
over the possibilities of fruit
II
inches in both I
three height on
thefts. He said that his office ,
sides the front end and the
or
will require that anyone arrested Doran
James H.
rear end of the vehicle showingthe for violatiob of the above

name of the person firm laws would be required to post a At Camp LejeuneMarine
or corporation owning or leasing
bond or &009.G0.
,- the vehcfle and if the owner Is
READY FOR NURSERY-The nursery of the First Methodist,Church took on % a licensed fruit dealer there shall Sheriff Buckels said that be Lance Corporal C. James Doranof SAFE DRIVER-John Branson right, rural route carrier -
of
also the words "Licensed has instructed his entire staffto H. Doran, son Harry receives Safe Driver's certificate from F. S. (
new look this week when the cribs built by the property committee, were installed appear Kissimmee is serving with Bcary)
,
Citrus Fruit Dealer" en the be particularly vigilant during Ledbetter Jr. The award given bv the Ma-
,
in the nursery's new location on the ground floor of the educational building citrus in order tube Second Marine Division. postmaster.
vehicle. the coming season
Shown above with their completed! work are left to right, Gaylord Palmer B.W. to offer every protection possibleto Fleet Marine Force, at Camp tional Safety Council, is In re dgiuuoa of to years A

Fenner Fred Conrad and Ed Jones. (Photo by Eby) :. Sheriff Buckets also pointed out I Osceola County citrus growers. Lejeune, N. C safe driving. (Photo by Eby)


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Industry of the Osceola High ,are invited to attend as wen as F
School Athletic Association held any others.
their monthly meeting Thursday k
An m'ganization to help industry dealing with its problems and wT November 7, at the home of J. CClemens. The association also discussedthe ; :
now existing in Osceola prevent or minimize' future feasibility of building a new 4'f
County as well as industry I problems. Plans were finalized for the an- football stadium at the new high .
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which may come in the future The association will consist of nual Alumni Dance which will be school location. Different views
has been established.The 15 persons including one repre- held on November 22, 1963, im- On the subject were given. One
organization: was formed sentative from the governmentsof mediately after the Kisslmmee- view was to enlarge the seating
Wednesday at meeting of civic St. Cloud Kissimmee and 6Fr St. Cloud football game. The association capacity of the present facilities.
and industrial people at the Osceola County, the state senator voted to honor the 1942 It was learned however, that the
Yacht dub.It will be known as the state representative, Kowboy football team as their acute lack of space makes this! ...
a htl :\a
the Osceola. County Industrial five members from industry and i special guests at' the game and almost impossible. A motion was -
Service Association. five public spirited citizens.Dr. dance. approved that plans be obtained, Gary Dymmek Steve Parker
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The purpose of the organization Charles Tindall. George j i The dance will be held at the along with an estimated cost fora
will be "to enable Osceola Reynolds of Kissimmee and community house and the popu- new stadium. A stadium build- .-
County to preserve and enhanceits Fred Ford, .mayor of St. Cloud lar "Losers" combo will providethe ing committee was set up to Parker
present industrial advantages -were named as an interim committee music.: Tickets may be pur- .'study and analyze the different Dymmek, t
assist existing industry inI chased for $3.00 per,couple from plans. Members of this committee -

Y members of the association or at are: Earl Moody, Presidentof ofWeek'f
the dance. The association hopesto the athletic association, Bill Players
Walter O. Jensen To make this an annual event, Makinson, Frank Godwin, Lynn-
GIVEN RECOGNITION-Horace Phipps in his first official honoring a different team each wood Lupo, Harlo Tanner and
I duty as president of the Kissimmee Chamber of year. An alumni of Osceola High the Kowboy Coach, Jack Year- Gary Dymmek and Steve He completed three out of

Visit Theatre GuildWalter Commerce, presented Al Cody, left, outgoing president, a School and St Cloud High School Parker were named "Players of four passes for! 80 yank. Me .
the Week" also played a good feem'
of his as a result of playin >game
plaque in recognition service at the annual banquetheld wood.Blue
Friday's against Avon the attentive Boetacher perftten. -
O. Jensen, internationally Southwestern Theatre Conference last Thursday night. U. Wright Kerns was the guest Golden Age Club Angels Park. game :

known theatrical figure,will and has served as regional speaker. (Photo by Eby) To Met.Thursday Dymmek 15 year old sopho
be the guest of the Footlight chairman for the Children's more, is the son of Mr. and Parker fc the MR of Mr. aed :.
Theatre Guild on the afternoonand Theatre Conference. The general meeting of the Win 70Thursday Mrs. John Weir. He played an Mrs. Barney Patter Jr. He
evening of Monday, Novem- Jensen's visit is the direct re- St. Cloud Golden Age Club on excellent offensive game at played an dtlousive .
ber 25th. Jensen's visit was an- sult of arrangements made with BPW Club To Host Nov. 21 will be held at the Youth quarterback, handled the ball game at tackle male several'
nounced by Kenneth Duncan, him at the successful Annual Club at 10:00 a.m. All membersare well, gained 21 yards on seven tackles and rushing paste*. He
Guild President. Meeting of the Florida Theatre urged to be present, as final carries and scored two touchdowns also played a fine at artier
Acting as goodwill ambassador -Conference. The Guild sent, as District MeetingThe plans for winter programs will By TOM HOED and passed for another. offensive game at ......
for the Florida Theatre Conference Delegates to the three day ses- be discussed. The Blue Angels swamped the
Jensen will hold meet- sion of seminars, plays, and dis- On Nov. 22, there will be a White Lightning by a 7-0() score
ings and talks with the Planning cussions Elizabeth Davis, Gill Kissimmee Business and will be conducted by the ORLANDO "Sing-a-Long" at the Community here Thursday night. The only Beat I
Boards of the Guild and the Brooks, and Barry Mount. Inline Professional Women's Club will CLUB, assisted by the House, featuring songs that score of the ball game come ir Kowboys :
Harlequinaders and will addressthe with the growth of the Guild be the hostess Club Sunday, November State Recording Secretary, Miss were popular when "we were the first half when Roger Thompson
membership and their guestsat and its responsibilities in the 17th, for the Second Dis- Betty Jane: Stott, from Stuart, young," illustrated by "Living gathered in one of quarterback :
the end of the regular November field of live theatre, Mount was trict Meeting District Five, Florida. The regular business Pictures". There will also be Preston Bakers passes and Avon Parl 26-6
meeting. The Harle- elected by the Planning Boardto at the Osceola High School Cafe- meeting will follow the Work- special numbers by. members.No went in for the score. The extra
quinaders' get-together will be the newly created position of teria. shop, and lunch is scheduled for admission but a silver offer- point was run by Halfback Jim
at 3:30 p.m. and the Guild ses- special public relations repre- District Five of the Florida 1:00 p.m. The District Nominating ing will be taken. We hope the "Winfrey to make the score 7-0 for The Kissimmee Kowboys spot- covered an Avon Park fumble \
sion at 8:00: p.m. Both of these sentative. He will be contact- Federation of Business and Professional Committee will meet from community will be generous in the Blue Angels. This score prow ted Avon Park a first period at the Devil 19 and Dymmek
meetings will be held at the Art liaison man on the State, Regional Women's dubs, Inc. is 10:15 until 11-00: a.m. attendance and offering. This ed to be enough to win the game touchdown, then roared back fora sneaked over from one foot out.
& Culture Center. and National levels. composed of clubs in Brevard A devotional period will be club is a "Do it Yourself" project for them. 26-6 Ridge Conference victory Later halfback Bob Magnahi
Walter O. Jensen, who is now President Duncan also stress- County, Orange County, Osceola given by Mrs. Agnes Brinson, .and we have asked for no Both teams seemed to be strongon there Friday night, their seventh intercepted a Red Devil pass on
the business manager of the ed ,the fact that the monthly County and Seminole County, and the invocation at lunch will financial assistance, but it does defense and the rest of the win of the year.It the Kissimmee 48 and ran it to
world-famous Asolo Theatre,I' Guild meetings are in no way with three clubs in each Brevardand be by Mrs. Mamie R. Bovis. take money to run any club. game was played between: the was an important triumphfor Avon Park 35. Dymmek pawed
Sarasota, is best remembered closed sessions, but that they Orange, two clubs in Os The welcome will be made by Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Weston thirty yard makers. the Kowboys and makes 24 yards to Gary Land and hit
by Osceolans as the managing are open to all interested parties ceola County and one club in Mrs. Sybil Carte.Kissimmee have planned a fine programand This game was the last game of their record 71. Avon Park took Land again for a seven yarder
director and later general man- and that all Osceolans are i Seminole County. The last Dis- has the reputationof we hope to be encouragedby the season for the Osceola Junior its sixth loss in eight games as before scoring from the four.
ager of the Orange Blossom invited to attend. The date; November trict Meeting for which the Kis- having the largest attendanceat a good attendance; at our High intramural teams. 1,500 homecoming fans looked Avon Park drove to the Kb-
Playhouse in Orlando. He has 25th, the time; 8:00: simmee Club was the hostess each past District Meeting. i first money-making affair. This was the first time such a on.Avon simmee 15 near the game's end, c,
been professionally associatedwith p.m., the place; the Art & Culture club was in 1961 and Kissimmeewill Each member is urged to attend Advanced Spanish class meets program> as this was offered to Park drove 68 yards to but another interception ended
the Honolulu Community Center; and the guest not be the hostess club this meeting. An invitationis Mondays at 10:00: a.m. and the i the Junior High students. The its touchdown with quarterback the threat
Theatre the Houston Little The- speaker Walter O. Jensen. again until 1965. also extended to each past beginners class meets on Fri- basic idea of this program was Leonard Sullivan sneaking the Miss Torispa Caller was
atre, the Corpus Christ Little The committee has planned a member of the Kissimmee Busi- days-same time and place. to enable as many boys as possible final yard. Big play in the series named the homeoomJnf swan
Theatre, Theatre Atlanta, Marin full day. Registration will beginat ness and Professional Women's The "Art for Fun" class will, to play the game. It was also was a 32-yard pass from Sullivan KiII nmee .._ 0 7 T 11-*
Theatre Institute of California, Eleven ArrestedIn 9:30 a.m. with coffee and Club. Also any professional or also meet ,at the same place, initiated to teach the boys the to Lanse Padgett. Avon Park fi 0 0 &- 6
and the Titusville Little Thea- Gambling Raid rolls until 10:30 a.m., followedby employed woman interested,in time and day to be announced. proper fundamentals of the game. Quarterback Gary Dymmek
tre. Jensen is membership sec a 30 minute instruction peri- becoming a member of the local There will be a WAS in rug This season proved to be a scored two touchdowns and
retary of the American Commu- od. The workshop PROGRAM club is invited to this Second making-hooked crochetted and successful one with 72 boys participating passed for another for the Kow- Esther Circle To
nity Theatre Association, Vice- Eleven Negro men, arrested in GUIDANCE (MEMBERSHIP) District Meeting. braided taught by Mrs. Rising, Their only requirement boys. Meet
President of the Southeastern gambling raids, are free on who will also teach almost any was that they come to practiceand But it was halfback Earl MondayThe
Theatre Conference, and is edi- bond, Sheriff Bob Buckels said kind of needle work, if and when maintain a certain scholastic Johns: who made the first touchdown '
tor of "Newsnotes" for the Florida yesterday.Four Mrs. Jackie Baker I Carol Jean Wysong requested. average. The number of boys par. running 45 yards around United Esther Presbyterian Crete ot Own fee Pint will!
Theatre Conference. He was I of them were arrested in Is Honored A weaving class will be taughtby ticipating was cut down to 40 aft- right end in the second period. ,
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founding editor of the "South two places on Consecutive days i Feted At ShowerMiss Mrs. Blanchard who has had er the first six weeks. The rea- Tackle Steve Parker kicked the 2 at the home of Mrs. Harold .
west .Theatre Topics" for the last weekend. Mrs. J Jackie\ Baker. a recent many 'years of experience in sons for this was that each boy extra point to put the Kowboys p.m.Wells U27 W. Catherine ':
Charged with, vagrancy b y bride, was honored at a miscellaneous Carol Jean Wysong, bride- this kind of work, and teaches was required to make a "C" av- ahead to stay.
.... .: 'J.: ..... gambling and ,or loitering. in"a 4 grower last week given elect was feted at a miscellaneous summers, at the famous Pen- erage, and pass all subjects to Johns' run came on the first Street Orange Gartens. ;
gambling boas* were Wilfort by Mrs. Eddie Seaver, Mrs: L. shower When Mrs. Sylvia land school. remain on a team. play from scrimmage after an
Black Robert Aker, Haywood A.Tayloi and Mrs. Opaline Allen Wysong and her mother, Mrs. Avon Park punt Woman's Club To .
Johnson Killie Black. Ernest at Mrs. Allen's hom Ernest Green entertained at the Masons To Hold Dymmek went to work in the .
THANKSGIVINGCARDS Peacock Walter Thompson, Willie Many gifts were received by Wysong home. ThanksgivingParty STATISTICS Hold Rummage Sale
Neal, James Bell, and Jack the honoree and refreshmentswere The wedding of Miss Wysong to .
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SlatedThe Kissimmee Avon Park The Ktadmmee Woman's dub
Ford. served to the following Theodore Nelson wffl be held Sat-
Accused vagrancy by gambling -, guests: Mmes. Roberta Dominy, urday, November 16th at 4 p.m. Orange Blossom Lodge No. 80 First downs 8 S will hold a rummage sale Friday
Gardens
annual Orange Yards rushing _175 125 and Saturday. November ttth and
for Thursday, Nov. 28 were Eugene Augusta Holey -' Earl Lanier, Linda Bass, Claudia at the First United Presbyterian F. & A.M. will hold a special will
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HUNT BROS."THE also accused with operating Bronson, Louise Thorton :Flora Church. with work in the Master Mason be. held tonight at 7:30 at the Passes _._.____.__._ 37.15 Those having mmmasjc to con
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a gambling house. Yates Patsy Taylor, D. J. Baker degree. Under the direction of by 3 0 may
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Aid Industry of the Osceola High :are invited to attend as s wen as rt1s

School Athletic Association held any others. f
their monthly meeting Thursday,
An organization to help industry -dealing with its problems and November 7, at the home of J. C The association also discussedthe
now existing in Osceola prevent or minimize' future Demons. feasibility of building a new .
County as well as industry problems.. Plans were finalized for the an- football stadium at the new high w. ..,-- :
which may come in the future The association will consist of nual Alumni Dance which will be school location. Different views -.,
has been established.The 15 persons including one representative held on November 22, 1963, immediately on the subject were given. One g
organization was formed from the governmentsof after the Kissimmee- view was to enlarge the seating r3J 8
Wednesday at a meeting of civic St. Cloud Kissimmee and St. Cloud football game. The as- capacity of the present facilities.It .
and industrial people at the Osceola County, the state senator sociation voted to honor the 1942 was learned, however, that the NV
Yacht Club. It will be known as the state representative, Kowboy football team as their acute lack of space makes this
the Osceola. County Industrial five members from industry and special guests at' the game and almost impossible. A motion was
Service Association. five public spirited citizens.Dr. dance. approved that plans be obtained, Gary Dymmek Steve Parker
The purpose of the organization Charles TindaU, GeorgeReynolds The dance will be held at the along with an estimated cost fora
will be "to enable Osceola of Kissimmee and community house and the popu- new stadium. A stadium building
County to preserve and enhanceits Fred Ford .mayor of St. Cloud lar "Losers' combo will providethe r committee was set up to Parker .
present industrial advantages -were named as an interim com- music. Tickets may be purchased study and analyze the different Dymmek,
assist existing industry in mittee. for $3.00 per couple from plans. Members of this committee
members of the association or at are: Earl Moody, Presidentof
the dance. The association hopesto the athletic association, Bill Players of Weekcovered

Walter O. Jensen. To make this an annual event, Makinson, Frank Godwin, Lynn- ..
GIVEN RECOGNITION-Horace Phipps, in his first official honoring a different team each wood Lupo, Harlo Tanner and
duty as president of the Kissimmee Chamber of year. An alumni of Osceola High the Kowboy Coach, Jack Year- Gary Dymmek and Steve He completed three out of

Visit Theatre Guild Commerce, presented Al Cody, left, outgoing president, a School and St. Cloud High School Parker were named "Players of four passes for 1M*. He .
plaque in recognition of his service at the annual banquet wood.Blue the Week" as a result of playin also played a good game town
the defensive Mnsbachsr
Friday's game against Avon position.
held last U. Kerns the Golden Club V
Walter O. Jensen, internationally Southwestern Theatre Conference Thursday night. Wright was guest Age Angels Park. r
known theatrical figure, will and has served as regional speaker. (Photo by Eby) To Met ThursdayThe Dymmek 15 year old sophomore
be the guest of the Footlight chairman for the Children's is the son of Mr. and Parker to the son of Mr. and :.
Theatre Guild on the afternoonand Theatre Conference. general meeting of the Win 70Thursday Mrs. John Weir. He played an Mrs. Barney Paifcer Jr. He
evening of Monday, Novem- Jensen's visit is the direct result St. Cloud Golden Age Club on excellent offensive game at played an excellent defensive
ber 25th. Jensen's visit was an- of arrangements made with BPW Club To Host Nov. 21 will be held at the Youth quarterback, handled the ball game at tackle, mating several ..
nounced by Kenneth Duncan, him at the successful Annual dub at 10:00 a.m. All membersare well, gained 21 yards on seven tackle and rushing ....... He
Guild President. Meeting of the Florida Theatre urged to be present, as final carries tod scored two touchdowns also played a fine all around
Acting as goodwill ambassador Conference. The Guild sent as District MeetingThe plans for winter programs will By TOM HORD and passed for another. offensive game at guard.
for the Florida Theatre Con- delegates to the three day ses- be discussed.On The Bite Angels swamped the
ference, Jensen will hold meet- sion of seminars, plays, and discussions Nov. 22, there will be a : White Lightning by a 7-0 score
ings and talks with the Planning Elizabeth Davis, Gill Kissimmee Business and will be conducted by the ORLANDO "Sing-a-Long" at the Community here Thursday night. The onl) Kowboys Beat
Boards of the Guild and the Brooks, and Barry Mount. Inline Professional Women's Club will CLUB, assisted by the House, featuring songs that score of the ball game come ir
Harlequinaders and will addressthe with the growth of the Guild be the hostess dub Sunday, November i State Recording Secretary, Miss were popular when "we were the first half when Roger Thompson I
membership and their guestsat and its responsibilities in the ," illustrated by "Living gathered in one of quarterback :
17th, for the Second Dis- Betty Jane Stott, from Stuart, young
the end of the regular November field of live theatre, Mount was trict Meeting of District Five, Florida. The regular business Pictures". There will also be Preston Bakers passes and Avon Park 26-6
meeting. The Harle elected by the Planning Boardto at the Osceola High School Cafe- meeting will follow the Work- special numbers by members.No went in for the score. The extra
quinaders' get-together will be the newly created position of teria. shop, and lunch is scheduled for admission but a silver offering point was run by- Halfback Jim
at 3:30 p.m. and the Guild ses- special public relations repre- District Five of the Florida 1:00 p.m. The District Nominating will be taken. We hope the WInfrey to make the score 7-0 for The Kissimmee Kowboys spot- an Avon Park fumble \.
sion at 8:00 p.m. Both of these sentative. He will be contact- Federation of Business and Professional Committee will meet from community will be generous in the Blue Angels. This score prov- ted Avon Park a first period at the Devil 19 and Dymmek
meetings will be held at the Art liaison man on the State, Re- Women's Clubs, Inc. is 10:15 until 11-00 a.m. attendance and offering. This ed to be enough to win the game touchdown, then roared back fora sneaked over from one foot out.
& Culture Center. gional and National levels. composed of clubs in Brevard A devotional period will be club is a "Do it Yourself" proj- for them. 26-6 Ridge Conference victory Later, halfback Bob Magnahi
Walter O. Jensen, who is now President Duncan also stressed County, Orange County, Osceola given by Mrs. Agnes Brinson, ect and we have asked for no Both teams seemed to be strongon there Friday night, their seventh intercepted a Red Devil pass on
the business manager of the the fact that the monthly County and Seminole County, and the invocation at lunch will financial assistance, but it does defense and the rest of the win of the year.It the Kisftimmce 48 and ran it to
world-famous Asolo Theatre, Guild meetings are in no way with three clubs in each Brevard be by Mrs. :Mamie R. Bovis. take money to run any club. game was played between the was an important triumph Avon Park 35. Dymmek passed
Sarasota, is best rememberedby closed sessions, but that they and Orange, two clubs in Os The welcome will be made by Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Weston thirty yard makers. for the Kowboys and makes 24 yards to Gary Land and hit
Osceolans as the managing are open to all interested parties ceola County and one club in.. Mrs. Sybil Carte.Kissimmee have planned a fine programand This game was the last game of their record 71. Avon Park took Land again for a WVCR yarder
director and later general man- and that all Osceolans are :Seminole County. The last District -i has the reputationof we hope to be encouragedby the season for the Osceola Junior its sixth loss in eight games as before scoring from the four.
ager of the Orange Blossom invited to attend. The date; November Meeting for which the Kis- having the largest attendanceat a good attendance, at our High intramural teams. 1,500 homecoming fans looked Avon Park drove to the Kis
Playhouse in Orlando. He has 25th the time; 8:00 simmee dub was the hostess each past Districf Meeting. first money-making affair. This was the first time such a on.Avon simmee 15 near the game's end.
been professionally associatedwith p.m., the place; the Art & Culture club was in 1961 and Kissimmee Each member is urged to attend Advanced Spanish class meets program as this was offered to Park drove 68 yards to but another interception ended
the Honolulu Community Center; and the guest will not be the hostess club this meeting. An invitationis Mondays at 10:00 a.m. and the _the Junior High students. The its touchdown with quarterback the threat
Theatre, the Houston Little Theatre speaker, Walter O. Jensen. again until 1965. also extended to each past beginners class meets on Fri- basic idea of this program was I Ito Leonard Sullivan sneaking the Mte Torisp Patter was
the Corpus Christi Little The committee has planned a member of the Kissimmee Business days-same time and place. enable as many boys as possible final yard. Big play in the series named the honrtcomfeig quo.n.Kkwimmee .
Theatre, Theatre Atlanta Marin full day. Registration will beginat and Professional Women's The "Art for Fun" class will to play the game. It was also was a 32-yard pass from Sullivan .._ .977. B-26Avon
Theatre Institute of California Eleven ArrestedIn 9:30 a.m. with coffee and dub. Also any professional or also meet .at the same place, initiated to teach the boys the to Lanse Padgett Park ._ 8 0 0 e- 6
and the Titusville Little Thea- Gambling Raid rolls until 10:30: a.m., followedby employed woman interested in time and day to be announced. proper fundamentals of the game. Quarterback Gary Dymmek
tre. Jensen is membership secretary a 30 minute instruction peri- becoming a member of the local There will be a class in rug I This season proved to be a scored two touchdowns and
of the American Commu- od. The workshop PROGRAM club is invited to this Second making-hooked crochetted and I successful one with 72 boys par- passed for another for the Kow Esther Circle To
nity Theatre Association, Vice- Eleven Negro men, arrested in GUIDANCE (MEMBERSHIP) District Meeting. braided taught by Mrs. Rising, ticipating. Their only requirement boys. Meet
President of the Southeastern gambling raids are free on who will also teach almost any was that they come to practiceand But it was halfback Earl MondayThe
Theatre Conference, and is editor bond. Sheriff Bob Buckels said kind of needle work, if and when maintain a certain scholastic Johns who made the first touchdown -
of "Newsnotes" for the Florida yesterday.Four Mrs. Jackie BakerIs Carol Jean Wysong I requested.A average. The number of boys participating running 45 yards around United Esther Presbyterian Circle of Own the*First will
Theatre Conference. He was of them were arrested in Honored I weaving class will be taughtby was cut down to 40 aft right end in the second period.
founding editor of the "South two places on ;consecutive days Feted At ShowerI Mrs. Blanchard, who has had er the first six weeks. The rea- Tackle Steve Parker kicked the 2 meet Monday at the,home Now.sbet of Mrs.lh Harold at
west Theatre Topics" for the last weekend. Mrs. ;Jackie Baker, a recent many years of experience In sons for this was that each boy extra point to put the Kowboys p.m.Wells, 107 W. GMfcertae :
I ,H,, '" Charged with,, vagrancy .b y bride, waS honored at a miscellaneous Miss Carol Jean Wysong, bride- this kind of work, and teaches was required to make a "C" average ahead to stay. Street, Orange Gardens.
_. gambling and 'or Joitering,in a ,. tower last week given elect,' was feted at a miscellaneous summers, at the famous Pen- and pass an subjects to Johns' run came on the first ;
gambling houses were Wilford by Mrs. Eddie Seaver, Mrs L. shower When Mrs. Sylvia land school. remain on a team. play from scrimmage after an
Black, Robert :Alter, Haywood A. Taylo and Mrs. Opaline Allenat Wysong and her mother, Mrs. Avon Park punt. Woman's Club To .
Johnson, Killie Black. Ernest Mrs. Allen's hom Ernest Green entertained at the Masons To Hold Dymmek went to work in the .
THANKSGIVINGCARDS Peacock, Walter Thompson Willie Many gifts were received by Wysong home. ThanksgivingParty STATISTICS Hold Rummage Sal
Neal, James Bell, and Jack the honoree and refreshmentswere The wedding of Miss Wysong to Special MeetingOrange
SlatedThe Kissimmee Avon Park The Ktoshnmee Woman's Dub
Ford. served to the following Theodore Nelson will be held Sat-
Accused vagrancy by gamb--guests: Mmes. Roberta Dominy, urday, November 16th at 4 pjn. Blossom Lodge No. 80( I First downs 8 8 will hold a rummage sale Friday
: annual Orange Gardens Yards _175 125 and November 15th and
rushing Saturday,
for Thursday, Nov 28 ling were Eugene Augusta Holey -' Earl Lanier, Linda Bass Claudia' at the First United Presbyterian F. & AJU. will hold a special Card : will .
Thanksgiving Party Yards 16th at 14
Passing 60 63 Darlington.Thoee
and Elijah Harden. Holleywas Brown Carl Rudd, Elizabeth Church. meeting on Monday, Nov. 18th
HUNT BROS. be.. held tonight at 7:30 at the Passes 3-i 7-15 having rummage! to contribute
also accused with operating Bronson, Louise Thorton, Flora with work in the Master Mason
Orange Gardens Community Passes inter'ted call Mrs. Robert
a gambling house. Yates, Patsy Taylor D. J. Baker degree. Under the direction of by 3 0 may
"THE OPEN Wood is a better heat insulator B. In- Building. Punts, avg. ......_--3-39 3-34 Ford at 847-4849 or Mr* Carl
Chief Deputy Ernest Murphy Ralph Yates, Ella Sharp, ( Harvey Eddy, district
FRONT STORE" said the gambling was "skin," Jean Story, Joyce Baker Davis ,inch for inch thickness than structor, the District Degree This is not a benefit card partyso .Fumbles lost by 0 1 Kenton at 817W7.Christian .
a card game. Putman and Joe Fomes. masonry. Team composed of Masters of there will be no admission or Yards penalized 25 25
the various lodges, and in full play charge. It is part of the third quarter. After Kissimmeetook Science
regalia, will confer the degree. entertainment and recreation program a kick and moved from the SocietyEach
The meeting will start at 5:30 of the Civic Association. 40, Dymmek passed 30 yards to Wed. 9
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State ConventionThe sixty in-patients, through the Kissimmee resident and
bj ORPHA B. SMITHThe towns and other areas
widow of James M. Johnston.She .
facilities of the hospital and to
St. Cloud Hospital Auxili- develop an enthusiasm all their
more than three hundred fifty passed away at her home ary holds their annual Bazaar own. Items and boxes are laid
Florida State Elks Association Knight Furman Partin, Secretary November 6th.
out-patients through the Elks
this year on December 7th, in away for the solicitors to pick up
Inc., will hold its Sec- Frank Broyles Vice Presi-
Home Therapy service
program. A native of Eatonton, Georgia the Community House, on Ohio in the designated time. Commit-
ond Annual Mid-Year Conven- dent Paul Smith, PER Bodo PER Jim Flanagan and Exalted she had been a resident of Kis- Street. This bazaar is the big tees go at it, heart end footsoles.Yes .
tion at Leesburg for the week-
Kirchhoff PER Jim Flanaganand Ruler Jack White, of Kissimmee simmee event of the and does not souls in
for the past 51 years. year their are it, and
end of
Saturda/. November 16th other members.On .
Lodge, as members of this Com-
just get created overnight. It's a not Are falls by the wayside!
and Sunday, November 17th. Saturday afternoon, at 2:00 mittee, will participate in this Graduating with a degree in whole year in the making. For
The business sessions have been o'clock, the Home Committee of meeting.On music from Florida State College -just as soon bazaar There win be 12 booths indu
as
one gets
scheduled in the Leesburg Com- the Elks Harry-Anna Crippled Saturday evening the dele- for Women, Tallahassee in completed cleared and ing the auction, and snack bar.
re
munity Center for Saturday Children's Hospital at Umatffla gates and their wives are invitedto 1912, she moved to Kissimmeeand corded the holidays away over The Kitchen Kapers just don't
-
morning beginning at 10:00: will convene for its quarterly a special buffet dinner and taught music in the public those active interested, open up a can or a box. It's
o'clock and for Sunday morning meeting in the Leesburg Elks will be entertained thereafterwith schools for several years.A girls ,of the Auxiliary persevering be- home-made and handmade. The X'b4sltl
beginning at 9:00 o'clock, with Lodge, to hear progress reportsof a dance at the LeesburgElks gin again to for the gifts are now pouring in fast
plan next
State President Thomas E. Mal-! Managing Director George Club and the.activities will very talented musician she All This year will be a jack-pot year
' the dull
year. through
le n. of Jacksonville, as its Carver and of the Operating come to a close with a luncheonat served as pianist fa the First sum- for these Jills. It must be, for
Chairman. The highlight of the' Committee. Kissimmee Elks the Elks Lodge on Sundaynoon. Baptist Church for many years mer Then,days Whamo plans! the go selected on and on. now that the Hospital is being OBSERVE ART WEEK-Mayor Adrian Bovis, left signs
session will be the address of Lodge No. 1873 is actively sup- 'and. was very active in all ac ordinator co opened the auxiliary will needs a proclamation to observe art week as part of the Kiwim-
Mrs. Earl
Past Grand Exalted Ruler Wil-, porting this major State project tivities of the church. Newhard, usually into action. Bulletins work harder than ever. To fur mee Woman's Club special observance. With BOVM are
liam A. "Bill" Wall, of West financially by contributing its Fire goes ther their future projects of Mrs.
DamagesA Robert
Palm Beach.Members I share to the annual operating Survivors include two sons, J. are made up mimeographed equipping the kitchen, snack bar Ford club president and Ernest Ken tea.lead
of Kissimmee Elks expenses and by individual donations fire Monday caused approxi- Reese J Johnston Jacksonvilleand and mailed. Busy fingers, library cart, chapel, and a unit artist. (Photo by Eby)
Lodge No. 1873, together with to the Trust Fund. The mately $1,000 damages to a Daniel M. Johnston, Kis- alert minds and watchful eyes of Pink Ladies.. i
their wives, planning to attend Harry-Anna Hospital is a con house at 203 Cypress belongingto simmee; one daughter Mrs. are delegated to "the Cause." Woman's Club
They are not alone in this for The publicity chairman is leav-
this State meeting include Exalted valescent hospital for physically the estate of the late Sam Enoch B. Herzberg Kissimmeeand
business ing no stone unturned to let the
in
five men everywhere,
J Ruler Jack White Leading handicapped children and is Witherspoon. negro. grandchildren.
public share these nice things,
and practical items. Each booth Observes Art WeekIn
will have its own chairman, cochairman
and aids, and a themein

x Lr.r/,{ gems as decorations. The observance of National Art: Bertha Wetfbrook Mrs. Fred
?$':%. :J, grand auction is the usual cynosure Week the Kissimmee Woman' McDanfel Elbe Hugh's Florist
of all eyes. The 19-inch Zen dub held an exhibit of arts and and Etoe's Florist.A .
f ith Television set, black and crafts. Mrs. Maurine Horde skit called "Bcndtae the

1.1 white, the 1964 model and port- chairman of the Arts and Craftscommittee .Twig" was presented by members .
/ / able stand, was arranged by a was assisted by Mrs. of the drama committee.
"Big Brother" of the Auxiliary, Carl Kenton Mrs. E. P. Neid Taking part were Mrs. RttftM
.".:.:.:.;.. :...... ,..... Burl Swann. The auctioneers are and Mrs. Mary Richardson. Sub Mrs. A. P. Des. Mrs.
Gordon Dawson, manager of the Included in the display were Max Norris and Mrs. Nelson
St Cloud Chamber of Commerce, family heirlooms as well as workof Makinson.
and James O'Connell, assisted by hobbyists and professionals. Miss Beverly 'ray..... a St.
George Harris. The Dawson voiceis Classes included hand painted Cloud school teacher, sang "0
II. universally known for its china wood carvings painting, Rest In the Lord" and "Look
I "fetching" and "reaching" qual- well plaques quilts afgans. products for the Silver Lining". She was
ities. Mrs. Newhard and Mrs. of pineneedles and palm introduced and accompanied. b>
Loretta Reversi will supervisethe bloom crafts knitted, crocheted Mrs. George Gardner.
auction articles. Booth prizes goods, as well as dresses. Members were reminded tc
will be given from each booth Paintings were exhibited by E. I bring their Gifts for Chattahoo-
j IJfr three times daily that wonderful] L. Kenton, Mrs. Helen WalHn. chee to the December meeting.
day. Ye Olde Timy Country and Mrs. Frances Snyder. These should be labeled for men
4Jbr store, operated by Elsa Haas Crafts were contributed by or women and should contain: no
will offer delightful varieties of Mrs. Hilpa Pryor, Mrs. Rose sharp objects.
r surprises. You must see this bazaar Bobroff Mrs. J. C. Caddell Mrs. Refreshments of home made
to believe it! Robert Ford Mrs. Brimhall Mrs. cookies tea and coffee were
Florence Nahm Mrs. Hugh served after the meeting by the
; :r' There will be baskets of fruit, Donahue, Mrs. Bess Peterson. hostess committee Mrs. Aubrey
no doubt, for last year the Dru Mrs. L.
r Bess Goodwin Mrs. Nelson Hikkbrand Mrs. William Sip-
liners gave generously, and the Max Mrs. H.
Makinson Mrs. Ed Neid, Mrs. pel Mrs. Norris
FRUIT BASKET operated by Stetson Tarver, Mrs. Carl Ken- B. Alien Mrs. J. C. CaddeU,
Grady Pate, out on Alligator ton, Mrs. Frieda Best Mrs. Roy Mrs. A. P. Digges and Mrs. Cor-
Lake road, did a magnificent job Prentis, Mrs. Loyal Lane Mrs. win L. Bennett.
in their wrapping and great size .-. .- -. .
- - -- -
of fruit Harry Yeasel gave a
.: grand item from his fruit stand
but this year Harry promises I
4 something a bit different: "uni-- 4
N .-..: que" is the word! QUA11BS) S

A goal is set to obtain sufficient
funds to complete the kitchen
4 4A equipment. So everyone gets int FORHUNTERS Si
the game with a will and a willing
heart. Not one stone left un
turned. The auxiliary girls are
termed locally as the "Glory
: Gals" and if a refusal comes to
4i
-3
) them that refusal is met t jfcVJi a
smile. a sweet "thank yob,\\and
no surprise at all is regist:Sfd
for very often these "refus rs" GUNSAMMO
show up with something really
grand!

So it goes. Klssimmee mer
chants have always been ow
good "brothers." Orlando assists,
and other nearby towns far and
Ii\\: i wide. So when Dec. 7th rolls

around, on Saturday, bring the
family, some good old fashioned

.. ................. I : cash buy your Christmas gifts
t and goodies. Have a time all day /
) and in the evening get those boxed
L i : _ : bargains Mr. Dawson puts up.
:1' Lots of Fun-for funds and family -
and friends come. Reserve
the day. All Welcome!
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THE Annual Art Show Contract Let For Mrs. Welcker Hospital Adds

School AdditionsEight New MachineA


GAZETTE Winners AnnouncedST. bids ranging from a tow recent addition to the Os
I of $107,900 to a high of $126488. Entertains DARST. ceola: hospital has been the Installation
were received for additions to of a phonotrace cardiograph
CLOUD The annual art done last year while he was a Kissimmee Highlands Elementary machine.
h Offices: 24-26 Stewart Are. ", show sponsored by the Art Division senior. The painting was his idea School yesterday.The CLOUD Mrs. Alice Welcker chaplain; Mrs. Myron The' name "Phono" implies
qr Telephone 847-2881 Fine Arts Department of his Psychology Class. school board awarded the Welcker entertained members of Hatch Americanism chairman the exact job of this machine. It
Woman's Club, was held Satur- Deer Park School: Fifth and job to R. W. Despard,, Winter the Joshua Stevens Chapter and Miss Christine Humphrey makes available to heart specialists -

Entered an Second Clans Mall )Matter day in observance of NationalArt Sixth grades. Carolyn Ellis and Haven whose bid was lowest.To DAR. with a travelogue of 15.- U. S. A. Flag chairman. Mrs. (who may be in their offices -
t in th; yogi Office at Kisslmmee. Fla. Month.A Patty Storey. Mrs. Andrew c is- be constructed will be an- 000 miles by jet and bus through E. L. Shanaberger was introduced miles away) an electrocardiogram
-., steady stream of visitors holm, formerly of St. Cloud is other classroom building as well 11 European countries at the as the new vice regent and recording at thr

Published Thursdays at Kissinmee, Florida viewed the work of hobbyists, the instructor of these as wellas as a combination administrativesuite November meeting held in the Mrs. Peter Kamp. as secretary. very moment it is being Jar a..
f professionals' and children entered private classes. Two students and library.It Old South Dining Room of the Mrs. Ernest Northrop substitutedas The patient** ' LEO SCHUMAKER in competition as well as from her private classes received will be completed in time St. Cloud Hotel. treasurer The President Gen recorde h and work not entered in competition.Mrs. achievement ribbons Roger for occupancy next fan. The experiences of 32 days eral's message was given by connection, and uporf completionof
Editor
Manager Marilyn Schwalb-Mansour, Brown and Kenny Friddle.In The board also considered, up- were related by Mrs Welcker. Mrs. E. N. Sheffield. Guests introduced the electrocardiogram, the
.', SUBSCRIPTION RATES teacher of commercial and fine adult competition winnersin on recommendation of member intermingling historical and contemporary were Mrs. Maureen cardiologist immediately telephones -
4 arts classes in Winter Park, the oil hobbyist division were: Ralph Yates, a new county office events . pickpicketsin Horde of Kasimmee and Mrs. the reading and diagnoses
Six s months* $2.50; one year, $4.00; two Tears, $7.00 served as judge for the show. Mrs. Ray Bouvier. Still Life, blue building. He asked the boardto the London underground. an Edward Alberton. back to the Osceola hospital.At .

The Kissiiiuitw Gazette KUsimmee, Fla.. Thus, Nov. 14, 1963;{: Members\ of Junior Women's ribbon; Mrs. Clifford Fertic Still consider the present First Fed- impressive prayer in Westminster One the present time, there are
dub were in charge of the guest Life, red ribbon; Mrs. Joseph eral Savings & Loan Building in Abbey. British superstitions of members transfer and four prospective lour cardiologists in the Orlandoarea
book and served at the tea table Watson, Magnolia, white ribbon; downtown Kissimmee. the statues of the ravens cross- were reported! to who have direct line connection -
A Word To The HunterThis during the day. Study in Black and White, Mrs.Ray Dan Armstrong said he was ing the Alps ala Hannibal. glassblowers } -- the chapter.' Many Christmas to their offices which
gifts were brought for the children

Exhibits from nursery and Bouvier. yellow ribbon. in favor of contacting First Federal and gondoliers of Venice, makes it possible for one of
of the Kate Duncan Smith
kindergarten elementary and Oil professional: C. Iwata and upon motion by Yates, the bitter disappointment of being these men to be available at all
is a note to hunters in this area, to be heeded high schools were awarded Harbor Scene. blue ribbon; Stan the board authorized School SUpt. in Paris when shops were School. Some members promised times.

by all who call themselves sportsmen. It concerns the achievement ribbons. Cheren Spanish Town red rib William Stephens to check into closed, the unusual merchants bers.to "Be a Pal" to far-away mem Patients with heart conditions

preservation of wild life in this state, which is rapidly Jack and Jill School: Karen bon; Mrs. Everett Arnold, Still it. bridge in Florence the lacemak- to Mrs.Sympathy Creed Reagan was expressed in the can now be further reassured to
i Wesley, Jimmy Burchfield and Life white ribbon; V. Muziettie er in --Brussels. These and other get "on the spot" attention made
becoming a problem.Too Kevin Whaley. Burns The Morgan Family, yel- memories were related against abackground toss ofa grandm. possible by the use of the phono-

often we have heard hunters boasting of kill- Elementary School, first grade: low ribbon. Club Observes of grandeur of castles Reports of the District No. 4 trace. This is another service

ing more than their quota, and of using unsportsmanlike Becky Young and Valerie Platt; Water color professional: Buster art galleries, monasteries meeting in Sanford were given available to the community by
second grade: Linda Stewart; Kenton, Palmetto Patch blue National Art WeekST. and scenery. Many pictures were by Mmes. Waren MandeviOe. the Osceola hospital, and part of
methods to bring hime game. Among some cir- third grade, David Derbin, Eric ribbon; Mrs. Arnold, Portrait of used by Mrs. Welcker in her de Preston Buffington. Peter Ramp the long range planning for offering -
cles, it is considered the vogue to violate laws designed Phelps; fourth grade; Billy Donna. red ribbon; CLOUD Mrs. Lillian scriptions. Arthur' Austin, supplemented by the most modem equipmentand
Cultural
to protect wild life, and the practice has be- Johns Dave Partin Leonard Water Color hobbyist: Martha Meyers spoke on the The DAR opening ritual was the regent. Thanks were extend services in this area.
\! Thompson Mike I McDonough, Barnes, Landscape, blue ribbon; Influence of Porcelain at a recent conducted by Mrs. Byron Wright,
come accepted. Lynn Richmeyer Billy Mallett M. Jones, Old Barn, red ribbon; meeting of Woman's Club. regent, and Mrs. Merrill L. aft-ton LB8AL NO9KB>
This editorial is an appeal to all men who call Janet Lamb; Mrs. Ray Bouvier. Still Life, The Club is presently observing
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT.
themselves sportsmen-to bserve limits, the law, and Fifth grade, Donnie Brown and white ribbon; National Art Month. Church To Act puttee, with the cooperation of O0CK0LA COUNTY
China of the Rococo period in FUORIDA
I the practice of good sportsmanship in hunting this Jerry Lee Barfield; sixth grade Pastel and Charcoal hobbyist: china Tupperware Home Parties, IK., NO. 909.
when
Gary Graham Janie Partin and Mrs. Frank Willsey, Hibiscus the 18th century,
As Host To Group school authorities and other interested IN RE- ESTATE OF
season. Andrea Bouvier. blue ribbon; Mrs. Ted Hughes, reached its zenith was de- CORA M. GAYLORD. DecMsed
public citizens to obtain
We,would also like to say a word to sportsmen and High School: Pastels by Barry Carla red ribbon; Cora Rice, scribed by Mrs. Meyers. She The First Christian Church will the much sought-after demonstration NOTICE MAKE" APPLICATION Or IMTKMTlfty FOR TO

hunters at this time to be especially careful. Deer MacFarland, Kit Bartlett and Landscape white ribbon. traced the industry from a number act as host with the cooperation of the Spacemobue.LKQAL FINAL IM8CHABOK
Kenny Friddle; Charcoals by Pictures not in competitionwere of European factories under of the First Christian Church of TO CERN ALL: WHOM IT MAY CON-
hunting to take the heaviest toll of human life
seems
Kenny Friddle and Charlotte shown by Mrs. Bouvier the patronage of royalty starting St Chard to the Youth of the NOTICE IS HEREBY: : GIVEN
but hunters are wounded and killed every season by Hill; Collage by Kit Bartlett. Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Chisholm. with the factory at St. Cloud, Christian Churches of the State of JfOI'I DIN that final Mary return Gardner as executrix ha filed tit her the
THE COUNTY
"unloaded" guns, often in cars, and by accidents Douglas Knight also receivedan Sally Dawson, Stan Cheren and France to Wedgewood in Eng Florida. COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY.JUDGE'S Estate of Cora M Gaylord.. deceased -
achievement award for an oil Frank Slade. The theme of the FLORIDA ; that the has filed Petition for
convention
which caused when hunter falls stumbles land.Horace Final ,
Discharge and
are one or andJ. NO. 5472 that she will
Phipos. president, will be "Youth in Space." apply to the Honorable O P John
IN
RE: ESTATE OF
and shoots his companion. Intercession NeivsResidents R. Stallard chairman of the The church board unanimously OLADY8 M. BLACKMAN. ...... County Judge of Osceola

i For the man who shoots down a companion or City St. Cloud Drive, County United commended the action of the Deceased KOTICB' OF INTKNTHKV of County.December.Florida 19S3 on for the approval 16th da\of

friend the scar is a terrific burden for the rest of his the Appeal St.,Cloud spoke drive.of the efforts of committee of the procurement of, TO IUD FINAL APPLICATION DOCHABGB nil executrix same and of for the final estate discharge of Cora M as

life. Don't let this happen to this the outstanding program to be TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- Gaylord. deceased.
you year. Watson -
Return Mrs. Joseph president presented. It went further and CERN: This lath day of November
opened the business meet- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN A..D. 1_.
h with open anus permits the com SMARY GARDNER
ritual. that Murray W. Overstreet. Jr.. has
established
with the
ing filed his final return as executorof Ma 7 Gardner. Executrix .of
117 Died In OctoberOne For Winter Seasonwith Mrs. Sally Austin, chairman oi ings, air conditioning of the library the Estate of Gladys M. Black- the Estate, deceased of Cora MOaylord
Government, led in the flag salute a second powder room in man petition deceased for final; that! discharge hEbaa filed and Murray W Overstreet. Jr.
; devotions were conducted the club building and a tool that he will apply to the Honorable Attorney' for ExecutrixBox
hundred and seventeen persons were killed in By MRS. D. G. Owlett his family. by Miss Zilda Heusinkveld, house in back of the dub. O. P. Johnson County Judge ofOsceola Kissimmee.492 Florida

traffic on the streets and highways of the state in Among those who have returned The Rev. J. C. Pickrell and chairman of religion; Mrs. J. J. An appeal was made by Mis. day of County.December Florida A.D.on 1963 the, 2nd for Nov. 14. 21. 28. Dae. 5. 1963

October bringing to 1,164 the grand total for 1963 so for the winter are Mr. and wife called on the D. G. Owlett's Griffin Jr. presided at the piano J. B. Laughrey for subscriptions approval of same and for final discharge
Mrs. Miles Clark and Mr. and Chamberlain's Walter Aker the General Federation as executor of the estate of
Itol Roth to
and the Harry on Mmes. mag Gladys M. Black man. deceased.
far the Florida Patrol said
1 Highway Monday.
t Mrs. Rudolph Simpson from Sunday afternoon.A Handel Brown and Gladys azine. Other appeals were made This 28th day of October. A.D. TIle X., mi' IwinossAnd

The number fatally hurt this year during Octoberwas Pennsylvania; Mrs. Edna Kamh- son and daughter in law of Steere were introduced as by Mrs. Ellis Goldsworthy for MURRAY 1963. W. OVERSTREET JR. Pro...,ll n.1 W..n.
three more than for the same month one year out from Indiana; Orville Olson Mr. Ralph Swingle from Pennsylvania guests. New members greetedby ESO readers, bond buyers by Murray W Overstreet. Jr.
will Hold
ago and at the end of the tenth', month, the grand from Minnesota and Mr. and have come with him to Mrs. Robert L. Lewis were Sara Ahrens, Christinas gifts foi Gladys Executor M.of'Blackman.Estate of a
Mrs. Albert Nichols from Ohio. spend a couple of weeks. Mmes. Clarence Martin, Ralph mental patients by Mrs. Blanche deceasedOct.
E total traffic fatality statewide was a 78 plus compared The son of Mrs. Mabel Grice The Civic Association held its Thompson and Delford Thomp Brimhali and vocalists for the 31, Nov. 7. 14. 21. 1963 TUPPERWAREHOME

with the same period in 1962. was not as seriously injured as November meeting on Monday Messiah Chorus by Mrs. Ray --

The county-by-county traffic death count for October was first reported.Mrs. evening in the dining hall. The son.The club voted to endorse the Bouvier. SHRIMPIn PARTY
follows John VanWinkle has goneto president. Rev. H. B. Kreider Fluoridation Project of Junior Refreshments wen served
: live with her daughter and presided. The meeting opened Women's Club. Also voted to from a harvest table by Mmes. A Basket
Alachua three, Bay two, Brevard four, Browardseven husband in St. Louis Missouri.Mr. scripture reading and prayer by borrow approximately $4980 to Robert Lewis and J. J. Griffin WfWK$ AY, HC 4tfc

Collier three, Dade 10( Duval eight, Escambia and Mrs. J. C. Newton of the Rev. C. P. Pridgeon. finance a new floor m the library Jr. with Circle No. 5. Firs' FREEZE'ITEDRIVEIN

eight Flagler three Hamilton one Hernando three, Clifton, S. C. are visiting at the Roger Turner was elected as metal stacks for the library James Raumaii chairman, facharge. At lice Csmtlwtlhlr. .. I4wse
,
home oflMr. and Mrs. J. W. New- .
fire chief and his assistant Orville insulation of both build-
.Highlands-two and Hillsborough 11.. ton qi'Charity( Street Olsen.It .
.. .. Indian River one, Jackson one, Lake one, Lee one, ThC jnev. and Mrs. Harry was announced that the fire ,',;' 4' .
Madison four FreclLnck have moved into the equpiment is capable of handlingan
J Leon three, one, Manatee two, Marion
> JohnWan Winkle home for the fire. .. ,:
ordinary
and Monroe three. ,:; <:: /T.. .,
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Okaloosa three, Okeechobee one, Orange one, Palm wintMrJ I and Mrs. Ross Beck and Star Officers k.:4" ': ': '

Beach nine Pasco two Pinellas six Polk Put- Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Owlett were '
seven, < .- ; '. ; Question
'
in Haines City recently.Two '_, .':'
St. Lucie three Sarasota and Walton Are HonoredST. .
nam one, one grandchildren of Mr. and < :., :
Mrs. Albert Nichols have been CLOUD Officers of St. ; > .*v ,

one.The Patrol's Operation Trackdown, a statewide visiting their grandparents.Mrs. Cloud Chapter No. 46, Order of .'
Frankenfield Eastern Star honored by : Can: Pontiacs possibly keep on
Mary at- were . ;:
drive to hold the line of highway carnage during the .
tended a Missionary conventionin Mrs. Estel Shumate worthy .
remaining months of the year-continues, on an inten- Miami last week and a rallyin matron in courtesy giving .- getting better
sified basis. Ft. Lauderdale where she praise to each accented by a
heard Senator Strom Thurmondof gift. Mrs. Shumate was assistedby 'l ',
and better and better?
South Carolina, Senator William Mmes. Eleanor Leach and

Safety On A PlateThe C. Cramer from St. Peters- Louise Nickerson. Carl Pain
burg, Senator John Tower of Grace Strickland, Rita Goughlerand
Texas and Senator William Oren VanDelinder responded -
American Association of Motor Vehicle Admin- Knowland of California. for the officers.

istrators, the state officials in charge of Vehicle registra- Ernest Phillips who has purchased Substitute officers for the evening -

tion and operation, recently recommended the use of has arrived the Rainbow from New Trailer York Park state marshal were; Laura Winifred Hayes Knowles Martha as; -- ...

"safety" license plates as an effective, inexpensive way Gladys Lin ton, Electa; Dorothy .

to reduce rear-end collisions on our highways. McMahon, warder.

The safety tags, now being used by 13 states and the St. Cloud Eva Wright, a past grand matron
I of Vermont Mae Schrieber
1 District of Columbia (and by three more states in 1964)), Massachusetts; ; Nell Billeter

are covered with a reflective material that shines brilli- Honor RollAnnounced Ohio; and Esther Donovan Indiana

antly at night in the headlights of approaching cars. ; past matrons, were in- t -'- ':( ',' #

The cost of the plates, as compared to standard plates, troduced. '.:
One demit Grace
was granted. .
is about 25 cents cheap enough if Answer
only more per car- Strickland, associate matron

accidents and deaths are prevented by their use. ST. CLOUD High School and chairman of ways and

These plates are particularly useful because studies of principal Tom Gannarelli has re- means made a report on finances -
leased the honor roll for the first which was profitable. An
the operating condition of cars over the past years show
six-weeks period. The following appeal for a used refrigeratorwas
that rear lights and stop lights are the parts most com- students made all As: Dick immediately filled. Five

monly defective. In 1962, a National Safety Council Crofts, John Crowe and Betty members were reported as hav-

study found that 34 per cent of cars had defective lightson Lee James.To ing taken the Proficiency test in
make the honor roll students Orlando.
on the rear. The next common item, front lights, was a must make all Bs or Betterin Listed as being ill were Flor-

distant second with only 11 per cent. all subjects including citizen- ence Murphy, William Dummer,

If a car could be equipped with a safety device that ship. Lucy Blackmun, Ruth Kings-
Seventh grade: Keith Brault bury, Irene Schultze Martha
can be seen from as far as 1,500 feet at night, even if the
Richard Ford. James Parker. Tucker. A report of John Farm- _
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car that was parked or disabled had no operating lights, Donnie Singleton Karen Hall er's funeral was given: by Oren -: .. - fr------- "

it could prevent many accidents. Martha Henschen. Mike Leach. VanDelinder. Birthdays were --

And the cost? At a quarter a car.it's worth it. James Lee Arthur Meyers Bar noted . Mmes. Bessie Van- _
bara Salley David Webb. John Delinder Mary Ann Campbell,
Weihe Diane Beaton Ivan Lillian Lemke, and Mae Schrieber. -
St. Cloud Winner In Tournament Brown. Virginia Hawkins Bonnie .
Watkins Bonnie Bowers and.- St. Cloud Matrons will be host-
ST. CLOUD Shuffleboard of Shuffleboard Club and the following -Teresa McConnelL esses to the Matron's Club of

Cub here played host to Kissim- on the sick list: Brad Eighth grade: Robin Beck the District tomorrow (Friday). .
mee dub. Nov. 6, for a matched Hoon. Osceola Hospital; Nellie Melissa Graham. Nancy Hall, Orange Chapter of Apopka will -- - .,
contest. St. Cloud emergedthe Martin, Community Hospital. Dew Heller, Doris Kempfer. entertain the associate grand -
winner with 38 games to 23 Hamilton. N. Y.; Nellie Dike. Gary LaMonda Donna Wesleyand conductress on Nov. 18. -1 w.rt
for Kissimmee. Katherine McGaughey. and Norman Dennis CoNinth x. Dec. 5 is the date set for the .. -
Prizes were awarded to Ervin Palmer. grade: Charles Abell, annual Christmas Bazaar which - 'J.e
Vennent and Marion Rice. Kis Union Tourist Cub donated Ralph Barrett. Donna Bond, will be held in the recreationroom 4 'IS.0 .,. .
simmee who defeated Charles $100 ;:and Citizens State Bank $25. John McNulty. Laureen Gustaf. of the HalL ._ .
Marsh and Homer Wolfe in a toward the newly resurfaced son Dixie Harmon Janet Out- The Chapter voted to hold the
100 point play-off game. Participants green boards. ten. Bonita Patton. Donna Peter- annual memorial service at the Lii- .
i t were high scorers for each son. Charleen Smith. Debbie next meeting Nov. 21. Officers

Thomas. will rehearse Nov. 20 at 7:30 -
I club.Twentyfour courts were in t"Accident Victim Tenth grade: Linda daycomb. p.m.
play for the weekly ice cream Nancy Morrison Connie Tisdale, Martha and Peggy Young
tournament. The Reds were victorious Died Tuesday Linda Newton. Timothy c rove, served refreshments at the closeof
with a score of 5350 over Teresa Artzner Judy Cantrell. the meeting.
the Blacks 4041 who received Rose Schneider, Elizabeth Stal- More than 7OOOO people bought new Pontiac*
An Orange County man. injured .; .
consolation candy bars donated vey and Judy Unzicker.
1 l by Mae Schrieber in celebration in an accident near here on Eleventh grade: Marggf Abraham CORRECTION -- and Tempests during October.SEE .
Oct. 25. died at Orange Memorial
of her birthday. High socrers Ruth Adams. Betty Lou la a story In last week's Gazette
Art Wichtennan. 68 and Hospital in Orlando Tuesday according Bullis. Susan Clung Steve Coger. -
were concerning a meeting of the St. : WHY AT YOU AU11IOR .fONTIAC DEALER
Mary DePauw with 63 for the to Constable Houston Judy Morris John Outten. Cloud city commission. Commissioner ) .,
i '" Partin. Oscar Simmons and Janice '
women.' Charles Bodgins was+ quotedas ",
S Play was under the supervisionof I He was Elbert Partin, 54, of Young. saincau fa not Cuba, orBaaafa . : :: -, ROONEY PONTIAC INC.
f limon and Zelma Young as- fcOitencio.. Driver of the other veihlele -' Twilfth grade: Gary Crofts. or occupied Bed This ,
stated by Granvfll Snapp and Ernest ,f with which his car collided Rebecca Partin. Marilyn Pinkert. fa St. dead."
-. Lambert. ], Denegan and Michigan Aves., Helen Todd, Nancy Toomey Bodgins did not make this state 10 EMMm STREET KISSIMMBE, FLORIDA

,Y Secretary's report shows them was identified as Ernest Ray Linda Johnson. Ida Kincaid and ment. It was made by Cwmmiss-
> are 240 members on the roster Hoedg. 33, of SL Cloud Marjorie Melton. loner Virgo Brooks instead.
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The KLsslmmee Gazette Kissimmee; Fla., Tbur, Nov. 14, 1963 bf .......i,.. W'-

Schools To Hold House SAY F .8T

Open I t. . CYPRESS, Frozen GARDENS OrangeJUICE -, v

By PEGGY BRADBURYIn I crossing the street where an of- woman who lived in a shoe. She A ( I \ 1 ::
observance of American ficer is on duty. And children had so many children . she (
Education Week Open House will'should be told to obey the officer didn't know what to do. At this, 6-or. r
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be held at each of our three i as he is there to help them the teacher paused and asked for L Cans 99MORTON -
buildings Mary Bryan Emma safely to and from school. the next line. The answer? "She
Yowell, and Central. Family and Kenneth Lee was seriously in- couldn't help it." C
friends are invited to visit the I jured in a fall from a truck. He The Citrus Commission would 1 FROZEN
rooms thfe Thursday from 7:30 is in Mrs. Laura Miller's level love this one. Jack and Jill went
until 9:00 p.m.Childrens' four class. The children made up the hill . .. The answer? ) Apple, Cherry,
I ) Peach, Coconut tL
work will be on display -get well cards and Mrs. Miller "To get some oranges."
and a musical program has took them to Kenneth in the hospital Many of the children in the FRUITPIES .1.
been planned in the level seven Bruce Jesson of Mansfield, level one room of Mrs. Louise L : Ma
room of Mrs. Ardath Seyler Ohio, joined this class as a new Elliott saw a butter chum for Family .,
Mrs. Jean Donahue, director of student. the first time when Donald Walk- 0 ti5 3 Size $1 4 MO
music, announced the program, Melody Carroll is a new pupil er's mother brought her churnto Op STOW
will include: Margaret Hearn. in the level four class of Mrs. school and told the children
announcer; Danette Larson ac-I Patricia Redgrave. She came how it was used. She promisedto
cordian solo; a song the Happ from Orlando. Dirk Story broughta come back again and make NEW SHIPMENT OF ..
Wanderer with solo part by Lee, horn of plenty to be used in some butter. .
Graves; the entire class will pre!Thanksgiving decorations. This Johnny Carroll brought some Currier 6 lye Dinnerware Swift Premium or Bob White Sliced
f-
form folk dances. They are room has a portable chalkboard corn on the shuck and showedit
Crested Hen (Danish), Chimes that has been used greatly. to his class. These studentsare
of Dunkirk (Belgian), Green Renee Clements and William studying about the Pilgrims :
Sleeves English Country dance),I Haney are new additions in the and Indians and learning about JUST ARRIVED If B ACON
and the Virginia Reel (American level one class of Mrs. Pat the food they ate and where it
group dance). Tilly. During a discussion about came from. I REDEEM YOUR -
Our Back to School Night is Thanksgiving, one child said that Debra Lundy and Wayne Firth '
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being held during American "a pilgrim is a big bird." Another have returned to Mrs. Elliott's !
Education Wee k. "Education : youngster commented that, room after having Chicken Pox. COUPONS DINNERWARE ADD ON
Strenghtens the Nation" is the "A turkey is something you eat. Mrs. Helen Gill's class bad a PIECES AVAILABLE.
theme being used throughout our It has no feathers and it is pink nice musical-art lesson from I
country during this special week before Mommy cooks it." Mrs. Donahue. The group drew '
devoted to our public school sys Mrs. Ruth Abbett's level one Pilgrims. These were displayedon ARMOUR STAR . REGULAR 59* 0'
tem. room has an Autumn look these the bulletin board in front of 1
The dangerous, congested traf- days. Children are gathering the office.
.fic situation has improved greatly pretty leaves and stapeling themto Report cards for levels one Franks Lb.39 1'i LB.
with the addition of a patrol the bulletin board to make a through seven were sent home,
officer in the Mary Bryan vic- most realistic tree. Larry Morse, Tuesday. Parents, please return
inity. Parents are reminded to Catherine Haye Jimmy Spark- these with your signature to .. .
stress the importance of children man, Annette Schield, and De- school promptly . if you have .,. ; ,,' -},;. ,<: ;'
---- witt Bland brought some gaily not done so. 1is
colored leaves. This tree grows This poem was written by
BROASTEDCHICKEN
and grows every day. Cindy Hazel in Miss Melissa 1
The letvel one boys and girls Hill's fourth grade. 1C
were reviewing Nursery Rhymesthe The Wind is Strong
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6 The Klssimm Gazette. Kissimmee Fla.. Thurs., Nov. !!. 196.11 SchrieberLeachPlans Thatatvay

Letters To Lois: AnnouncedST. I


CLOUD. -Mr. and Mrs. T. E Brother-Sister Reunited
Finish School Lawrence Schrieber 720 Ohio
: Ave. have announced the final
P
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plans for the marriage of their
daughter Mary Zoe to James After Forty YearsBy
Before MarryingDear Lee Leach son of Mr. and Mrs.

Ray C. Leach. .
Miss Schrieber is a graduateof .sF
II; BE'ITEBY :Mr. and Mrs John Carrollare have returned from their home
St. Cloud schools and is pres- e
Lois. always getting her way. She f air. and Mrs. Frank Christen- spending a couple of days at Vermilion, Ohio to spend another
Please 1 help me. My problem is gets any thing she wants when ently the employed office of as Dr.receptionistin Richard r .a. son of Ocomonowoc, Wisconsin this week with their daughterand winter in Orange Gardens.
that I am very much in love she ask for it. When I ask for -oeffler 1F il1dY have arrived to spend the winter son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Betty Rosan and daughter -
with a boy and want to marry something if my parents don't They' are the parents of Graham Hartwell at Indian Amy )left Wednesday for
Mr. Leach is graduate: of
him right now but my parents : think I need it they won't buyit St. Cloud School a and at- Mrs. Floyd Wysong.Mrs. Rocks Beach. South Shore. their home at Palo Alto California
High
disapprove. You see. I am onlya for me. I really don't think tended Florida State University k4q Hal (Anna J.i Reynoldsis Mr.\ and Mrs. Wm. Heeren after visiting Betty's par
junior in high school and they that they want to do anythingthat He is presently employed in the r recuperating at her home in and their houseguests from Hol- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dan-
want me to finish school. They: I .want"them to do. Tell me BM of Tupperware Orange Gardens after a short land, Mr and Mrs. F. G. Bruyn, ford for se'eralms..
said if I do then I can get married how I can make them do more Home department Parties of Orlando. stay in the Osceola Hospital. spent the weekend visiting West Don and Sally Cooperriderhave -
What can I do so they will for me. solemn- Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dietrich Palm Beach and the Lake Okee- returned from a combined
The wedding will be
let me get married right now. Unwanted I ized Saturday Nov. :30: at 7:30 of Morristown, New Jersey are I chobee district. business and pleasure trip to Illinois
ConfuSPdDear Dear Unwanted, visiting their daughter Marilyn.Mr. Mr and Mrs.\ Jim Ruble have and Ohio.
Contused If I were your parents I! p.m in the First Methodist REt NITED-Mrs. Jeannette Silver Roods, right was reunited and Mrs. A. F. Jack Crosby -i returned from their home at

:My advice, to you is to take wouldn't want to do anjthingfor : Church Xo formal of St Cloud.invitations have with her brother J. O. Budd of New Brunswick spent the weekend in Jack-. -exington. Virginia to spend the BIRTH ANOUNCEMENTMr
your parents advic and finishschool. you with a attitude like that. Canada this week when he and his wife flew down for a sonville where they attended the winter in Kissimmee.Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wheeler
all friendsof
been but
sent locally
Finish your education Your parents do more for you both families are invited to visit after a 40 ear separation. (Photo by Eby) Georgia-Florida game. and Mrs. Ralph Sands of III announce the birth of an 8 lb.
first. You would really be unhappy -than you think. The clothes that attend the and the The Roy Etters have returnedto Danvers. 1Iaisited here this :3 oz daughter. Alicia N'annetteSaturday. '
wedding reception -
If your were married without you're wearing, the food that which follows immedi- spend another winter at the week. They have been winter November 9th.
approval. If you eat, the home that you live Lakeside Apartments. residents here for several years Mrs Wheeler is the former Sut
your parents ately in the church annex. Junior High Honor Annual
when yon finish S<'hool00. are in, and the bed that you sleepin Russell Thacker and son Rust George Carnall of Orange Lewis.
t still in love with this bo> and ho and many other things are Roll AnnouncedThe spent the weekend visiting the Gardens is a patient at Bay
is in lo'elIh you then get things that jour parents do for Miss SchrieberIs BanquetIs Graessle's at Jacksonville. They Pines Hospital.Mr. .
married. One of the best ways to you. Because they are giving honor roll at Osceola Jun also attended the Florida-Geor and Mrs. M. C. Banks [ PIZZA
jour sister a little more atten- Honored ior High School for the first six .
start out a marriage is with sour I gia game Saturday.Mr. have returned to spend the winter -
parents approval. tion than you are getting doesn't weeks period has been announced HeldWhat and Mrs. Alex Franz ol at 312 Palnway after a very *
Lois mean that they- don't want you ST. CLOCDIissIal')" Zoe by Edward E. Taylor, prin- Charlotte, Michigan arrived Friday pleasant summer at their homein FREEZETTE
any more. Remember you were Schrieber, bride-elect. was hon- cipal. Kissimmee needs is a : at their winter home, 1003 Beaver Falls Pa. DRIVE-IN I
Dear: Lois, I little once and they gave you ored with a linen shower by The list includes: seventh better attitude for success is Sunny Street. Their son, Luther, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Horton
I have a little sister who is all the attention. friends in the home of the hostess grade-Becky Arrington Coleen here and all that has to be done \ho drove their car down left ,.

Mrs. Norman Adams. : D'Mealey.: Sharon Crawford, I is to go after it, Horace Phipps, the same day by bus for his
David Dyer, Roberta Hankins, president of the chamber of: home in Detroit.
Miss Schrieber and James Lee
Cindy Herzberg Richard Hill commerce, told more than 130 Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Budd of o..u CMERrW' 10539.
Leach will be married Nov. 30 .
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Lynn Jewell, Sarah Langford, the annual installation
persons at New Brunswick, Canada arrived
Before you buy at 7:30:Church.p.m. in* the First Methodist Dava Lurie, Ronnie Munson. banquet at Tupperware Auditorium this week by; plane to visit his e

Christine Perry, Sharon Schmidt, last week. sister, Mrs. Jeannette Silver
4-wheel drive. Shower gifts were arranged ina Thomas Tufts Barbara Viehmanand Phipps. who succeeded Al Woods. TItts is the first time
.
replica of a walnut hope Mulct JAMES HUTCHINSON
Karen Hazel. Cody, was one of two speakersat they have seen each other for
chest. Eighth grade-Gary Croft, Jim- the dinner. The other was U. .10 years. In the past few years MellFOpeNrflll folVOK CimnmtAT
; :;:, 'c' :rc1 The double-ring cake and my Fraser, Janet Goold Vicky Wright Kerns, deputy community I Mrs. Woods was also reunited *" PLANN"t6 41.0 BUN e.r I' f.<4'd4C

. punch were served from a table Icaza. Lynette Morris. Susan development officer for the I with two sisters who she had
spread with a white linen cloth. Shore Nettie Simpson. SeBelle National Aeronautics and Space not seen for over 30 jears. METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
.'., Smith, Kaye Thacker and Pam Authority Launch Operations I Koehl has
Miss Edith returned .
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Candles ,
x.to m sGrvruAMP ""* 5X carrying out the color O'V-CC 2O3 NeAT MAOtaO- Avcwt O"' .S<:: FAPerfect
e scheme of a floral centerpieceof Thacker. Center. I from a delightful cruise Rc.':;)thC&. 914 E..CT. $TlltCC-. K.. "'"ce, P"_,
/ fr ;= =. 4 red carnations, white stock Kerns said because Osceola is aboard the S.S. Bahama Star to
: : and mums. were held in a silver one of the seven counties considered nearby Nassau from Miami. The

r candelabra.Miss in the impact area, it playsan ship docked right at Bay Streetin
Benton's Trolls important part in the space quaint Nassau making it
utTae.rrae v. ;;s' Suzanne Abell and Mrs rogram. He praised a numberof easy to shop in the native straw
rue To brTER : Are New Fad &t CotS c.No ;
Adams presided at the refresh- county officials for their worken market and see the sights.

ment table. Remember the hula hoop various impact and planning Miss Beulah May, who has uto.\e{ tT gendte
committees. Among these were her here for the 0
made home
Well it has been
it's
Other 4-wheel drive pickup trucks JV passe'-but
f*;M-- :'" ', viJfc, ): A LETTER OF APPRECIATIONThe replaced with a novelty far less farmer; County Commissioner past several years is movingto
dta .- _ ., i dAHtifiAkUia Kissimmee Business and exhausting and much more last- Tack Robertson whom he caned Nalcrest at Lake Wales on { C\Je.\\ 1 CBe l ,
Professional Women's Club "the daddy of the Nova Road"; the 18th.
ing.Fulfilling the niche County Commission Chairman Fred Holzemer arrived this
wishes to express their appre- in their hearts for everyonehas the sad Harris Daniel whom he described week from Cleveland, Ohio to Bt.i .
compare ciation to Mr. C, A. Higley, Mr. and forlorn is an indescribablelittle as a "tireless worker": William spend his eighth winter in Kis- .ri

Roy Hansel, and Mr. Henry doll t if you can call it Wallis. a member of the simmee. i 7 7Wu1.ti11lti
Simmons for their very able that called a troll. Popular banning council who is "in the Donna Farris, daughter of
assistance given during the recent withoung and old, the trolls forefront: of the planning coun Mrs. Arlin Farris, is recuperating a
on sale locally at Benton's Jewelry cil"; and William Stephens .. at her home in Orlando
Kissimmee Boat-A-Cade. have been sweeping the school superintendent. following an auto accident near CkiLcna(
PUBUC RELATIONS COMMITTEE country in er-increasing rapidity Kerns praised the county for Kissimmee last week. '

Kissimimi Business and for the past >ear. It is now having established a planning Birthday congratulations this
Professional Women's Cub. suspected bthe manufacturerthat commission. He said all counties week are being sent to Susie for imprinting or your own personal
the have surpassed the need a similar organization. Prather, Truitt Schellenberg. signature. 25 cards from SI.00 up, with :a slight
ac voaawwwxaww tar em:: sale of the fabled hula hoops George Toppino n, ease Hoo- charge for our quality imprintingHUNT

i and Davy Crockett coonskin ten, Marie Stanko, Jessie Klein-
caps. Elementary P-TA man, Buck Jewell Peggy Lee

,:,. v,.., gee eT1Gi Tarr us sr The gnome-like trolls are reputed Adopts New Slogan G. T. Greear, Nancy Miller BROSG
tA.l la flrtlf GST TO errtta AFAtMrCE .
Maurice GrigsbyPaula
r John Carlson.
,: to serve as good-luck mas-
. Treat Mike Treat Leon-
cots this superstition carrying The Kissimmee Elementary'
;:New Jeep Gladiator 4-wheel drive pi icku over from Scandinavianmythology Parent-Teacher Association has ard Hansell, Ruth Griffin, John "THE OPEN FRONT STORE"
Roberson, Earl Moody, Blanche
where trolls parallelIreland's adopted a slogan for the )"ear-
Lou Ellene Woffard, Billie -
Suldo
leprechauns. They are "Join P-TA Where Children ,
the creation of T. H Dam of Come First". Yates, Helen Westover, Jay
KAISER Jeep CORPORATION+.ono Aarhus Denmark and quite naturally Mrs. Genevieve Adams has Muller. Virginia Murray, Irene

WORLD'S LAROCST MANUFACTURER OP 4-WHEEL DRIVE VEHICLES Qf' have become better- been appointed to serve as recording Elmer. Rusty Milar, May Per- 'Jackson'sMINIT '
($ C known as "Dam" trolls throughout secretary to fill the office sons. Best wishes to each of

the United: States and Can- vacated by Mrs. William I
CARL SCHMIDT RAMBLER Scarlett l *chto* or dieter. rede ada. Frakes, who resigned due to il. ou.Mrs.. \\'. O. Watford is recup-
vout t_ Central Florida. Delight erating at the Orange Memorial ]
Ranging in size from 212 to i 8 ness.
JEEP DIVISION
family . Aoaor ,our gucttt
your inches in the "Dam"troll A committeehas Hospital following surgery.Mr. ,
ti height, new hospitality
. them it truly
.
bringing j
BLOSSOM TRAIL by .
2506 ORANGE unique dily room. good luck mascots are been appointed. It consistsof and Mrs. V. O. Wager of

KISSIMMEE, FLORIDASee .-- Car... t emir made of flesh colored soft plas- Mrs. Mary Porter and Mrs Stoneboro Pa. have arrived to IYIAIKET
0 .K Cw R_ ---- tic, have squat bodies, four toed Margaret Turvin. spend the winter in an apart i
'Jeep' vehicles in action In feet and four fingered hands A clothing bank will be estab- ment at Miss Helen Bass'_ .

"IBS GREATEST SHOW ON EAR E" [Tuesday, 9 P.m. ch. 9j] "'Ban t/l7tkkla.: -t:! They are happy but really sad lished by the P-TA with Mrs Mr.arrived and Mrs last Eugene weekend Lemen-from!i 20 W. DAKIN AVE. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
looking creatures with large I Louis Fuerstein in charge of receiving ager I
1. the Hrwt
e OPEN 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK
their home at Ashkum,
_.. summer
1 wm Oi pointy ears, wizened-up faces, clothing for needy children i i
I no foreheads and a crop of hair Illinois to spend the winter in I

that makes even a shaggy dog A plan is in the making to their home on Dakin Ave. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY -
look bald. maintain a nursery during the Mrs. BettMurkshe (wife of
Yes trolls have taken over PA meeting hours. It will be the mayor of Cocoa) and Mrs. NEW LOW EVERY DAY PRICES.
CASHCARRY the country and its people's in room 34 of the Mary Bryan Mickey Mahon of Cocoa Beach e.SeerC.CSCCCCCC.CCCeeeeeeCCCCCCCCCCCCC

hearts . and being quite honest School under the direction of will have luncheon Saturdaywith
THOMAS 8ct we can't think of anyoneor Mrs. Carolyn Woods. A chargeof the Lawler twins (Lola and [ ]
( "anLhing"'Ould be a bet- lOc per child will be set witha Lottie and attend a district 94
ter word that we would ratherbe maximum of 30c per fa mil}', meeting of the Business and BEER7
taken over by. Radios, TV Open House will be held tonight Professional Woman's Club on

telephones and inside plumbinghave at all three schools, Mary Sunday.Helen They Lynam.will stay overnightwith .. .. .. ..e e e e e S C C C SC e e e e.... .. ..
2905 Tr. become standard fixturesin Bryan, Emma Yowell and Cen-
LOW S.CHr12545ias. LOW American homes. "Dam' tral in observance of National Mrs. Watt Lawler has return- Rsl. Sirs
ed from a three weeks visit FRESH BREAD 1OC
troll mascots are gaining a similar Education week Refreshments I loaf
LOW LOW reputation. will be served at each school. with her sister in New York eeeee.eeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeFRESH


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ASPHALT ROOFING 14x4x8 PrefinishedJOHNSMANViLIE I

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235 lb. Shingles 6.95 Sq. 4.80 ELECTRIC JUG 9 OiJ

1 15 & 30 lb. Felt 2.00 Rl per pe.
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55 Ib. Roofing 2.30 Rl \ PLYWOOD SHEATHING ,
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Minimum arge up FOR SALE:. 14 ft fibreglas boat LEGAL NOTICES 1 above fore December Court and 10. 1963. with the IN THE COURT OF THE Cay of November. A.D., ... .

to 15 worda.__...._.....75c 35 h. Mercury motor. Also thereof on the below serve named a Attorney copy- COUNTY JUDGE. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDANo. of ate Otmtt
trailer. $575.'104 Drury Ave. REALTORAMAoJ or a Decree Pro Confesso will
Each additional 5777 Court.
word.... 5c NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF be taken against you. Oteeota 0Netsr.
NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN FLORIDA
FLORIDA. Hi AND FOR OSCE
Classified Display FOR SALE Used lumber, OLA COUNTY. CHANCERY NO. Klsslmmee.WITNESS my hand and seal at RE THE ESTATE OF ) (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Osceola County. Florida
NETTLE CROSBY. Deceased Thacker andKlsJmnwe.
J er
) inch., >1.10- plumbing supplies C579 this November 4 A.D. 1963.
per FEDERAL, NATIONAL, MORT ) RAYCork To all Creditors, Legatee* 8rnEs ,:: -
Deadline for all Classified roofing, full tech material >Stable ; 0 CAGE ASSOCIATION a corporation ) GLENN rtbutees and all Person having Florida"
of the above entitled, Claims or Demands against said Nov.14. 21. 28. Dee. 5. 1968
5 P.M. for farm and ranch use. 3 BR HOME organized and exist ) Court Estate
Advertising i :
Tuesday, Evans Hardware 8474564. ing under an Act of Congress ) (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) You and
each
of
pursuant to the Federal National ) you are hereby SHOP IN
prior to pu.blication.C4SSIFIED. Mortgage Association ) Phillip 12 East Monument Avenue notified and required to presentany KISSIMMEE

BOAT FOR SALE-16* fibre- Charter Act having Its ) Post Office Box 331 claims which you. or either of
,J- L '. pal office In the City of WashIngton ) NETTIEbCR4SaY the TOVW '
glass, offshore type, wide, Kissimmee. Florida of deceased lire RIf'IfGaA is
With large i jalousie d District of Columbia ) ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFFNov.
ADVERTISING rooms
RATES deep 1 .fe. Side curtains, back- ) of Osceola County. Florida to the
7. 14. 21. 28. 1963
County': Judge of said County at his USED
drop. New convertible top and porch on sunny side, 2nd .. y + PL1nULvs. ) office !In the Court House at Klsiinmee. -

Phone 847-2881 new battery. 35 HP electric floor unfinished close to '.c. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Florida within six calendar FURNITURESeweUThvrmon4
STA 'f TAX DEED months from the date of the

To Place Your Ad starting Evinrude and trailer. schools fenced yard. PAUL U VEAL, and Laura ) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint publication of this Notice. $
847-4361 after 5 p. n. or Saturday G. VEAL. his wife 5 THAT Cecil Whaley. the holder of Each claim or demand must be in
J the follow ing certificate has ftlraid writing and must state the placeof tots W.MtCh rch OfttAMOOmm...
.
Defendants. > certificate for a tax deed to residence of the claimant: and
be Issued thereon. The certificatenumber must be sworn to by the claimant.
ARTIC.LESFOR. KEROSENE FUEL OIL-:PHIL ) and year of Issuance, the his agent or attorney or the same Flowers for All Occasions&
description of the property and will become void according to law.
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS.
NOTICE
SALE OF SUIT the This the 12th of
name In which It was assessed day November.
OSCEOLA OIL 00. 1110 STATE OF FLORIDA i Is 1963.
as follows ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST
f NORTH MAIN ST. M7-394L' For Sale $500 Down 75 Month TO G. :VEAL PAUL,his L. wife VEAL, and LAUR.* Certificate No.: 127 Year. of Issuance Merrlel Administratrix Belle King

May 29. 1961. of the
You are hereby notified that a Description of Estate ofNETTLE
Property Lot
BABGApr BA&N S.P. suit has been : 40.
Court $8,800FLORIDA I filed against you Seminole Land &: Investment Co.. CROSBY
lei '
'
Zfpptrt $. In the above
TNtk entitled
; cause and Section 26. Township 26 deceased.: IS nOA&WAT M7-4H1'
BTMhe 7et: Ear Bob *.'; ght*. FOR RENTFOR that you are required to file your Range 30 East. South. BRINSON AND McWHIRTER
8111n.l'Ie: *?1!*, llc: rtDow. 'lie: answer or other responsive plead- Name In which assessed: Barbara Attorneys for AdministratrixKlsslmmee. ;
Pants 81: Dressee ings with the Clerk of this Court M. Ritzenheim. Florida
II..H: Rugs Sk: Nylons He: and to serve a copy thereof upon All of said Nov. 14. 21 28. Dec. S. 1963
H.akl. property being In
Set LEARN BARBERING
J Pantlea Me Belt RENT Three the Plaintiff
; : room apartment or Plaintiffs Attor the County of Osceola. State
Ue of
Hair: Cap 15e; Spread. 92.69; on lake front. Furnished. neys whose name and address Is Florida. NOTICE TO DEFEND lassie Y.ar Satire U a
Net. 4e; T-Shlrt. Me; Crofton Brewer &:. Holland 509 Unless such certificate or certificates IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF well!)-p.ytag! pnfessl.a
Bargain Nearly Everybody Bam. Come Trade at The With carport. By month or season Palm Avenue. Tltu v1l1e. Florida shall be redeemed according' THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Day: Night'" Clatter

Mills Warehouse la Davenport to Slbert Call 847-3866 after 5 p.m. If not later than November 25, 1963. to law the property described !in IN AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCE VA. Appeased
Immediately. Follow the alp.OP. REALTYCOUNSELORS Confesso you fall to do so. a Decree Pro such certificate or certificates will OLA. STATE OF FLORIDA. IN Orlando Barber College

BARGAIN BARN. APARTMENTS FOR RENT$9 will be entered against be sold to the highest bidder at CHANCERY. DAVID O. BOWLIN 3399 S, Orange Bl4in Tr.
for .
,
you the relief
demanded in the the Court House Door Plaintiff PATRICIA
." Week Days And Hundar on the first vs. MUM- GA 6-6I1f
$11, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul complaint. This suit Is to foreclose Monday In the month of Decem- POWER BOWLIN. Defendant. NO

Davis, 114 Emmett Street. INC. a mortgage. The real property proceeded ber, 1963, which Is the 2nd day of TICE TO DEFEND. THE STATE
PIANO & ORGAN SALE. Largest against you Is. December. 1963. OF FLORIDA TO PATRICIA

in Central Florida. 150 in- 2 Broadway Kissimmee BEST'S All f Lot HIGHLANDC'1 and the south of 1963.Dated this 31st day of October. unknown.MUMPOWER You are BOWLIN hereby notified address Call. .

struments to choose from. Pianos 847-3156 8473157FOR /GLENN RAY that a suit In equity for divorce: Parks Furniture Co.
ADDITION to Klsslmmee City. Clerk of Circuit Court. has been brought against you by
and
organs $435 up Osceola County. Florida, according Osceola County. Florida DAVID Q. BOWLIN In the Circuit
Terms. Thompson Music Co., RELIABLE PARTY to the Official Plat as (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 1 Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit For FYamp*Repair. el Year

29 Colonial Plaza .Mall, Orlando. WANTED FOR PART RENT-Trailer spaces for of filed the in Circuit the Office Court of the of Clerk Osce- Oct. 31. Nov. 7. 14. 21, 1963 : i In and Florida for ,County and you of Osceola are hereby Stateof RENU6ERATORhe

Phone 425-4577. TIME FOR EXTRA rent. Private property, Peace- ola 1955 County.and Florida. June 17. NOTICE tINDER FICTITIOUS .i summoned ordered and required to M 474171
T recorded In the
Public NAME file your written answer or defenses -
POODLE GROOMING LAW !
INCOMERecessionDepression ful and quiet Older people preferred Records of Osceola County TO ALL WHOM ITMAY to the Complaint filed here-
CARD OFTIIANKSWe 8474605. Florida In Plat Book 1, on CONCERN: in against you !In the above entitled
Phone 847-3670 Page 325. cause. In the office of the Clerkof
wish to express our sincere WITNESS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Christian Science
hand
and seal of
my
that the Circuit Court In and for
thanks to our many friends and Proof THE proven carpet cleaner Blue RITA HUNTWANTED said Court at Kissimmee Osceola Name pursuant"to the Flctitio u Osceola County Florida, at his office
: Section
BusinessTo statute. : : 865.09 of Society
relative for their many kind deeds L County, Florida this 16th day of the 1941 Florida In the Court House In Klsslm
Lustre is the Statutes. the
expressions of sympathy and floral! easy on budget October. 1963. dersigned, who are the un mee. Florida on or before the 16th 1st. M4. :ate of Each
contributions during the time of our handle the world famous R.CA. Restores forgotten colors. Rent GLENN RAY ties interested In the hereinafter only par day of December. A.D.. 1963 and :Math H p...
and Sylrania fast T.V. --- Clerk of the Circuit Court to serve a copy of such answer or 30* X. tUMKtolphs )
moving type electric L Parks named business
recent sorrow.We expreuly wish to shampooer $ 1 enterprise will present
Osceola County. Florida defenses Thacker $ ... Scrvkss II'
and radio tubes sold thru latest of upon and Thacker. L&
proof
,
our publication of this
thank Grissotn Funeral Home and Furniture 0 By /
>. : Marjorie R. Haye Pl.lntlf.s attorneys herein 1..4 SdiMl .
Notice and W
model tube register with the Clerkof sy : La
do-it-yourself testers. (CIRCUIT
the American Legion for their acts COURT SEAL) the Circuit whose address Is Box 527. Klsslm
of kindness. You could net up to 1500.00 per Tropical Park is number one lot October 24. 31. November 7 and County, Florida the Court fictitious of Osceola mee Florida on or before said
month in spare time. Cash investment 14. 1963. "Organized name" date as required by law. If> you fall
The of Maintenance
family dealer in good large lots for Service. do
to so. a Decree Pro Confesso
required to start; from $2v NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS under which they
Co L.(Bill)Tyson houses down Wanted-Dental are engaged in will be entered against you for the GREEN'St t
assistant
190.00 up to $3,495.00. Should be or trailers $10 S3 to workIn NAME STATUTE business at Klsslmmee Airport relief demanded In the

ready to start, upon acceptance by month on route 441 in North St Cloud. Must be intelligent Notice is hereby given that the Klsslmmee. Osceola County Florida WITNESS my hand as Complaint.Clerk of

CARD OF THANKS corp. Requirements to 8 spare Kissimmee. competent and ambitious undersigned titious Name, pursuant Statute"to the Chapter"Fic this 19 63.1st day of November A. D. said Circuit Court of Osceola Sales and Service 1 i
Florida and
County the seal of
hoars per week reliable auto,and No experience necessary justa 865.09. Florida Statute we will Major Daniel E. RutkovlU said Court at Kissimmee. Osceola
two ref.. Please do not answer unless FOR RENT New bedroom register with the Clerk of the Cir Lillian C. RutkovlU
two desire work. County. Florida this the 12th
to Some on
To the friends and neighbors of folly qualified and sincerely interested typing cuit Court of Osceola County. Florida Nov. 7, 14. 21. 28 19t>aIN .. fKONI( 147-417 M7-4I7I
the late Herbert Everson we in a fast business house, furnished. $63 month. helpful. Permanent employ- the fictitious name, to-wit: KISSIMMH
moving repeat .
B. and R Investors, under which THE
COURT OF THE
wish to extend our most with Telephone 8474733. ment. Salary commensuratewith SAND- ROCK
grate an exceptional high margin we are engaged in business at COUNTY JUDGE.
fol thanks and appreciation for of profit,of your own. ability. For personal in Post Office Box 762, Klsslmmee. OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA MORTAR MIX For Gets Delivery. : Phone:
the many things they did for us FOR RENT-Furnished apartment terview 8923392. Florida. NOTICE OF INTENTION TOn Harold Wigal 847-2058

In our time of need. Income starts immediately No downstairs. Ruth Roe phone That the parties Interested i MAKE APPLICATION FOB STEEL & WIRE MESHKISSIMMEE R. A. Fletcher 847-4339
said business enterprise are as follows FINAL' DISCHARGE
Kftftiwth ftladsot
selling or soliciting required.-Business buck 503 Brack St. 847-2615. Salesman or Clerk wanted full .
<< or : Georl'eV. Rocker O'Dell 1 IX RE: THE ESTATE OF 892-7695:% St. Cloud
To Mr. Carl Rledel the [ )
funeral
is fully set up for you--Be your part time in local hardwareReply Bronson and Madelyn Bronson.l MARY WIENECK Deceased
director, w. wish to extend our own boss-no time clocks. FOR RENT: Unfurnished houses Dated at l a IN PROBATETO tiZllitlMCI For Gas Service: Phone
store. in our handwriting County, Flor da October 28th, I&ti3.GEOP.GE .
everlasting thanks for the ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN - J. 8. RovftfrM 847-4042
many extra services he did for and furnished apts. from $35 to age, experience, and references : W. ROCKER : I Robot Men
Company extend
us before and after the deathof assistance willing to full time to if desired.financial For $75 per month. Various loca to P.O. Box 42, FixMADELYN O'DELL BRONSON BRONSONOct. THAT NOTICE LOUISE IS WALTER HEREBY has GIVEN Emory ftrenton 847-4370

our loved one. Th. many personal interview in tions. Call 847-2833. simmee. 31, Nov. 1, 14. 21. 1963 her final report as 1-oCifovrd 847.2061
thing he did far your city, R. H. Hall 892-1212\ St. Cloud
_were beyond write the Estate of Mary Wieneck. ,
td UNIVERSAL U I
the call of servlcerrenderetf; In 1218 Westover. ,St.Louis-Teat 30.(Div Missouri Furnished apartments, three $G5 WEEKLY AND MORE- IN CIRCUIT: JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT FOR THE OF, ceased; that she has Ole! fii or call H. T. Simmons, Mgr.

for final ...
rFLORIDA
and that
ordinary funeral ,...Ice.. dlscnarga 847-4819
rooms In Moorefield Building IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
Include number ; reliable to J
.... : phone in re- man or woman sere COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. will apply to the Honorable O. ;
With most grateful thanks lume.o also main floor apartment with ice customers in Kissimmee. 6306. 1 IVORCE. SHARON ED; Johnson County Judge of TRANSITMIXPhone:847.3524 Robert O Retry 847-3219
;
carport 606 Emmett. WARDS. Plaintiff versus WILLIAM County Florida on the 9th day of C G Tyner}: 847-4487
Mrs. Ellen Everson and Family. Full or part time. No. invest S. EDWARDS. Defendant., December. 1963 for approval p" I John Evans Sf Cloud 892.3482

ment. Write Dept. N-l, Watkins NOTICE OF SUIT. THE STATE same and for final discharge as :

FOR R E N.T Kitchenettes: Products, Inc. P.O. Box OF FLORIDA TO: WILLIAM S Executrix Wieneck. deceased.of the Estate of Mary
EDWARDS 811 Lacka Ave.. Mayfield. -
rooms and trailer apartmentswith 2447, Memphis, Teim. Pennsylvania. NOTICE IS This 4th day of November. 1963. SALES SffiVICI .
lake and shuffleboard. By HEREBY GIVEN that Plaintiff has LOUISE WALTER Radio and -
Executrix of the Estate of
Instituted suit for divorce again
week, month or year. Capitol YOu in the above styled Court and Mary Wieneck. deceased. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

Motel St. Cloud. Hwy. 441. REAL ESTATEFOR you are hereby summoned ordered Brinson and McWhuter coMwn pow nammgws
and required to file your written Attorneys at Law T V
FOR RENT-6 unfurnished answer or defenses to the Complaint Klsslmmee Florida
room filed In the above styled Nov. 7, 14, 21. 28 1963 PARKS FURNITURE CO.

'fv house. 8 Brack Street, Call 847- SALE 1 Concrete block cause In the office of the Clerk of .
the NOTICE TO rllll......... SkCwtf
Circuit Court for
3792 after 6 the Ninth .Ju-
p.m.NOTICE two bedroom house, beautifully dicial Circuit of Florida. In and for PAVING CONTRACTORS

landscaped 100 ft. front Osceola County at his office In the Sealed bids will be receivedIca
Courthouse In Klsslmmee Florida the City of { ?
age. Carport, utility room central on or before the 25th day of No- (hereinafter called the owner) at

air conditioning. Refriger vemben 1963, and to serve a copy the A.3tdy.Hall.teIn Kissimmee up to MORRIS CLEANERS .
N thereof on Plaintiffs attorney 10 Standard time.
I will not be responsible for any ator-freezer wall oven with whose name and address are setout Tuesday November 19, 1963 at

debts incurred by anyone other rotisserie garbage disposal below. Should you fall to do which time and place all bids or
/ so. Decree Pro Confesso will be proposals will be publicly opened KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
I ) 0 [COOK WITH GAS than myself. washer dryer. In beautiful Or entered against you. Witness my and read aloud for furnishing all ..

DEAN R. PUTNAM ange Gardens. Bargain. $12,995. hand as Clerk of said Court and material, equipment transportation 103 East Dakin. Phone 847-4941
the seal of said Court at Klsslm services and labor
Paul
1627 Orange Blvd., 847 mee Osceola County Florida this strutting the following itemscoo

BECAUSE AMERICA'S FINEST 2332. 18th day of October. 1963. Klsslmmee, Florida.
RANGES ARE GAS RANGES (CT. CT. SEAL) ITEMS:
GLENN RAY 1. Street construction In the City i f
Flexible and efficient meeting Sunday or after 6 p.m. 847-2241 Clerk Circuit Court of Klsslmmee. Florida.
every modern cooking need Fast 2 Bedroom CB home on 70x145 Osceola County. Florida 2. All proposals must be submitted ROTHROCK SEPTIC
clean. economical cooking. Man. lot. completely furnished. Can Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. on blanks furnished by the own- .
ual controls fully automatic. be w/51500 down. Attorney for Plaintiff er and delivered in a sealed en
or
P. O. Box
purchased 492Klsslmmee.
velope. The proposal shall contain .
$ ,
You can expect outstanding performance
.
Florida the provisions as set forth In
with a distinctly Call FUreaee Harnett. Assocl&teW. Oct. 24. 31. Nov. 7, 14. 1962 the form of proposals. TANK CO.
-mss Green's Fuel Gas Range. H. Morse Corp. 3. The successful bidder when .
i 323 Broadway 8473133SundaY Ninth Judicial Circuit awarded the contract. will withIn -
or after 6 p.m. 847-2241 ole County, Florida. Court.ce :. ten ((10)) consecutive calendar ,
anJ:
.
No 6588. Brownie Wise and rry days after written notice of .being -
GREEN'S FOR SALE: Houses, (NOT Wise. Plaintiffs vs. M. L. YowelLet given such award enter Into CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS. I
FUEL al. Defendants. Suit to Quiet a written contract with the owner J
LAND) wood floors. Can be SEPTIC TANKS A SIZE
1 rfi Title. NOTICE OF SUIT. THE in accordance: with the accepted FOR EVERY NEED.
seen in Holopaw. Call Orlando STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Helen Bid.
fi Yowell Lemkhe and Fred Lemkhe 4. Bidder qualifications must be CEMENT WORK 280 GALLON GREASE TRAPS
r THE WcdutualL GAS MsVUEI 277-7BQ1 and 277.63TLNear her husband whose Post Office address satisfactory to the owner.

and place of residence are 5. All work shall be done In accordance :
Lake unknown. If alive and if they or with the plans specifica 15 YEARS EXPERIENCEK.
Large lot In country, well Ian- either of them are dead their tutlions and contract documents,
.. scaped. Price Includes large known heirs devisees legatees. assignees .. rel&t1v ethereto which may be
t PARKS FURNITURE CO. It fKr -l modern trailer, patio 9x32 with llenors. creditors or other exanlneoTat the dry HalL Klsslmmee. C. ROTHROCK Owner and
persons claiming by through or Operator
f *i r ** awning. Perfect for retired Florida or at the office
See Us For,Your Gas Appliances"* L-v- ? V . *M couple or winter home. $7.500. under them; and all persons a!m01 Johnston Engineer and Surveyors LOCATED AT
In? any right title or Interest I In Klsslmmee, Florida and KISSIMMEE TRANSIT.MlX/ CO.
Call FUremee Harnett. AssociateW. and to the property hereinafter such
KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD plans. specifications and
H. Morse
described. In Osceola County. Fl oContract
r.r.3u3 Documents.: and form
323
_847-4171 892-2011 Broadway rida, viz for bidding may be secured from PHONE 8473524STEEL

All of Block (3X) of A C Bar- said office by depositing therewith -
beau'* Subdivision according to the sum of 925.00 per set.
FOR SALE Three 1 bedroom
: > the recorded Plat thereof recorded The full amount of thedocuments depositthe
house in Idora Park. Lot] In! the Office of Clerk of tor one set of shall

300. Air conditioned. Prlc dAD Circuit Court Osceola County be returned to each proposersubmitting
Florida. In Plat Book 1. Page 103 a bid at the time and,
i For Any Of sefl. Contact Betty EbyQt i $47- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that place set for bids upon return of I SALESz J F
i M 017 ;Z-. Plaintiffs have Instituted suit the documents In a good: condo l



. t .. Pfc. Robert Hale Mrs. Lau To Show
Scores
Ends CourseArmy Holiday Tables


Farm-Grove-Ranch PFC Robert L. Hale, son Mrs. Earl Lan of Winter Park
of Mrs. Cora Bale; 706 Gait Ave., wfll be the guest speaker at Show Balancewho
., News and Reviews S. Fort Payne Ala., completed a?> the general meeting of the Kiss-
( wheeled-vehicle maintenance fanmee Garden dub Tuesday,
have
.. 14<<, four-week The Kissimmee Kowboys ponents' 64. The record to date
1It1l1ll. GdtMt, Nov./ 1968 P0f 8 November 19th at 2:30: In the educational i
course at the U. S. Army I an open date this week after a dhows the Kowboys have made
School Europe in Murnau, Ger-- building of the First I seven game winning streak and five touchdowns: by passes '

S many, Aug. 16. Methodist O urdL are working hard to get readyfor Nine Kowboys have scored,
Her will be on "Holi
program a two game home stand. showing balance. They are:
mechanic in Headquar
Hale,
a
day Tables". Mrs. Lau. a Wen They will play their arch rival Steve YoweH, 42 paints, seven
Comments ters Battery, 2d Target Acquisition
known flower judge and garden
County Agent
j 4tJx1 Battalion,, 25th Artillery in clobber, has written a book which St. Cloud, on Friday the touchdowns by runs; Earl Johns
Germany, entered the Army in is 22nd and the strong Wildwood ;18 points, two by run, one pass;
Is at the publishers.'She
December 1962. He completed now eleven on "Thanksgiving Eve, Gary Still IS points, two passes,
Farm And chairman of the districtEvet'ODe
City basic training at Fort Jackson, therapy is welcome to attend November 27th. one pick up fumble; Steve
S. C, and arrived overseas last They finished up their confer Parker, 14 points, all kick extra
March. the meeting. ence play in the Ridge League points; Chuck Whalen 12 points
Week Proclaimed with a 7-1 record. Next year two passes; Ed Harrell 12
The Officers Cub of Kissbnmee
The 2O-)' l"Oid soldier, son of Rebekah Lodge will meet Tuesday they will play in the Orange points, two runs; Gary Dym-
John L. Hale 912 Jersey Ave., Belt Conference.So mek, 12 points, two nms; Bob
By JIM SMITH are not only good partners but November 19th, at 8 p. m.Committee .
St. Cloud, Fla., attended Collins- far this season they have Magnaghi. six points one pickup
each otherc good customers. Laz at the home of Mrs. Aim Larence. -
i vile High School in Atahama. scored .140 points to their op- i tumble:
Can you imagine what it wouldbe year, farmers spent 42-bfllion II j jA
like to live in a city without dollars' to buy goods and services
: any food markets? Or have a from the rest of us and from 444444444444444444
, 444444444 444444 44 .
home without cotton, wool or farmers. They spent around 21-
wood furnishings? billion to buy all the different 4 4
It's just as impossible to thinkof things it took to produce last >
today's modern farm without year's bumper crops. This Included TO APPEAR-S/Sgt.Robert Barlow,harpist,will be fea- 4. WHEN you consider that a Christmas card is often the only rememtbrance t
electricity, time-saving machin- of items Force Band
great quantities tured as a soloist with the United States Air
ery, and a variety of consumer such as tractors and fertilizer, Auditorium Friday night ,
when they at Tupperware YOU all realize how
appear send friends
4
items ranging from hi-fi sets seed and bank Interest. And the to year, you important
, under the auspices of the Kissimmee Kiwanis Club. He
to automatic dish washers. farmer and his wife spent another -
This interdependency of farm 15-billioh for the same vast will play Handel's First Movement Concerto No. 1. Part & is the special CARE should take when selecting that one holit
and city as recognized by Presi-- variety of things that citY pee of the proceeds of the performance will be given to the you

dent John F. Kennedy has re- pie buy . like TV sets, toothpaste Byron Hileman Scholarship Fund.
sulted in his proclaiming" Nov. 22 appendectomies, collegefor 4 day greeting tasteful ENOUGH to bear your name. That's why you 4

through 28 as national farm-city kids houses and trips to Yellowstone

week. In making the proclamation Park. Kenneth Duncan To 4 should stop by our store soon TO browse through our collection 4>
President Kennedy urged The role of the fanner is a
all areas of industry as well as demanding one. Last t year, t t
SEND
consumers to join in the observ- each farm worker produced food, of Hallmark Christmas! cards you'll with pride. Among

ance "as evidence of America's fiber and other farm commodities Direct Next PlayA

appreciation to an those in the for himself and 26 others. 4. the many designs, you're sure to find just THE perfect ones to &
cities and on the farms who provide The demands of the future will A ,
us with food and fiber for be even greater. score of Osceola County res- Elfriede Dimitri. .
better living." According to United States idents will be swept into a land Van Held, corresponding secretary 4. express your personality and reflect only the VERY finest i

Farm intersts and city inter census statistics, each of us consumed of fantasy for the next five of the Theatre Guild was . "
:
ests can't be separated. Amer- 161 pounds or beef, pork, weeks as a result of their selection selected by Director Duncan as 4. quality necessary When you care enough to send the very BEST ..
ica's city resident today dependson and mutton and 38-pounds of as members of the cast and assistant director of the produc- ...
the nation's farmers for food, vegetables. We also used dairy staff of the forthcoming Foot- tion.
clothing, shelter, and in many products equal to 641-pounds o light Theatre Guild production Louis French of the Osceola .
cases his job. The farmer in turn whole milk. "Death Takes a Holiday". High School faculty has been HUNT BROSG I
looks to the urban resident to We each used 22-pounds of cot- Kenneth Duncan, president of selected as technical director. 4.
produce his equipment and fin- ton. That'- equivalent to about the Guild and director of the. French is credited with the fine
4
ished products. 21 house dresses, or 30 dress drama to be presented Decem- staging of most of the previous 4
Only eight percent of our population shirts, for every man, woman ber 12 to 14 announced the se- productions of the group and is 4 THE OPEN FRONT STORE" 4
actually live on farms today and child in t the nation. In addi-! lection of the local performersfor largely responsible for the splen-
Yet when you consider the tion, we used more than two the recreation of the Broad- did stage facilities of the new t44444444444444444444444444444444444444tMost
farmers' business in our econ pounds of wool for either cloth way hit.Heading. "little theatre".
omy such as merchants, .bankers ing or carpeting.The the list Is Larry .
truckers, processors, and farmer even joins the city Cross, English teacher; popular I
wholesales the agricultural resident in having a hand 1 in performer; past president and
population is much closer to 40 our space development. Nitrocel- :one of the founders of the little
than eight percent. lulose, which is derived mainly theatre group.St. .
Some six million people are in- from wood, is a major ingredient Cloud is ably representednot serious complaints
volved in providing the goods of some missile fuels. only by capable director
and services that farmers buy. I With our increase in popula- Duncan but by the participationof
Another 10-million work at Transporting : tion, even higher productionwill St. Cloud's Mayor, Fred Ford.
processing, storing. and be demanded of our farmers. as a member of the cast.
selling farm products. New foods must be developed to No announcement has been
What has this done for all of meet the needs of our space advancements made yet as to the assignmentof about of insurance claims
us? Due to this farm and city and to feed the mil- the parts which will be announced payment
cooperation, we can choose fromas lions in the world who look 'to later with the back-
many as five thousand different us for food. ground of the other performerswho
foods when we go to the food Last year about five one-half are as follows-Donna. Evans ..
market. These may be fresh, billion dollars in farm productswere Luzier, Kay Greene Andy
canned, frozen, concentrated, dehydrated -.' exported to other countries, Hermann Bob Stalter, Louis: made who .
ready-mixed or ready- our food and other farm products :rrench, William Kilpatrick andr were by people -
to-serve. All required the coopera- and helping to relieve i .
tion of the fanner'who producedthem hunger and to promote economic j r ,
and of the city worker who growth in the developing coun- Episcopalians To .
hauled, processed or made them tries of the world. Certainly our .
available for sale. I agricultural abundance is a pow 'Serve BarbecueThe
Farmers and city residents i erful force for world peace. had not insured their homes

All of this emphasizes the importance Episcopalians of St. John's .
of agriculture to our church have scheduled their next
nation's welfare. It also makesus chicken barbecue on Saturday,
FIRST realize how each one of us November 23rd. .
has a vital part in this industry. In addition to good barbecued
This interdependence of farm chicken with or without sauce, established agents-
NATIONAL local
and city is what has made the church provides several other thru
America great. And it is what features such as delivery to ,
BANK will keep our nation strong. I homes if in or near the city ,
limits of Kissimmee; pickup service -

at the Jaycee Chuck Wagon Legislative Investigating Committee. ,
Beta Epsilons which will be parked in a prominent says
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA location downtown or at
Plan Gala BallThe the Episcopal parish house on

Beta Epsilon Chapter of Bermuda,, starting at 3 p.m.; or who will make sure are paid
served at the parish house between The responsible performancecame were told by those witnesses you
the Beta Sigma Phi Sority held a
5:30 and 7:00: did not have the services of an insurance
: p.m. and ? You will if
Serving the White Elephant Sale at its las from those promptly fairly
meeting. The funds raised will Home deliveries and pickups companies rep- agent with whom they were personally ac

Farming Interestsof go the cerebral Palsy Clinic in include cole slaw half, baked a barbecued beans chicken and a, resented by independent agents, quainted. Many were uncertain whom to con you insure your home, car or
Osceola County Orlando for and loss their insurance
milk
cookies. tact about their stating
for Over 35 Year The program for the eveningwas the roll,drink while will at the also parish be included house said the Committee of the Texas . had been bought by mail.. business through a man who dis-

given by Mrs. Ralph l Loh- Chickens cooked to take home confused and dissatisfiedwere this seal.The Differencein
mann and Mrs. Van Bass entitled will also be offered at $3.00 for House of Representatives in its 'The persons most plays Big
INTERPRETATION OF LOVE" those...without service of a local agent.
four chicken halves.Ingathering insurance is the
during which several selections Official Report of loss adjust- continuing
were read and discussed by the How to Protect Yourself

group.The business meeting was call- To Be ments made in the wake of Hurricane When your home,car or businessis personal attention of an inde-

MMta TOBUl DEPOSIT ed to order by Mrs.Robert Guynn, Held WednesdayThe Carla. Here are some actual damaged, will you have an independent pendent agent
MSuuMa COVOIATIONComplete president, and reports were given
on plans for its upcoming Christ Orange Garden Chapter oJie quotations from that Official agent on your side- The week of November 1016is
mas activities. More elaborate
plans for the Sweetheart Ball to < Needlework Guild of America, Report: who made Protection Week time
i which includes each of the three an independent agent a good :
be held February 14, 1964. were chapters. will hold its Fall Ingathering "Consistently those policyholders who were

also discussed. in the" Commpnitv RniV __ _.,....1 '-_* fs**..f 4":1-: : ***f ............ ...... sure you had the right kind of in.Kowboys'- to eet a free check-up on your in. .



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