Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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 Material Information
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 28, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID00307
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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VOL. 69-NO. 51 i Entered. .as Osceola: SecorvKllmmoe. i idi r ty:t KISSIMMEE FLORIDA THURSDAY. NOV. 28, 1963 8 PAGES PLUS 32 Established Phone 847-28S1 1S4 PRICE TEN CENTS

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Mailing |I II I Community Mourned Lost LeaderFriday


I. Faced with the certainty thai;

Christmas 1963 will set an aU.1

time record for mailings of,, was a sad day! We switched off the radio and The news spread like wildfire.In I Some 4,000 fans attended but

Christmas cards and gifts. Postmaster -' r/ ." Just after 1:30 p.m. ,Bob Eby came back inside. I went down no time at all everyone seem- it was a subdued crowd despitea

F. S. (Beany) Ledbetter.! '- . LET US left his post at the First National the street to see how the town ed to know the President was I normally thrilling hard-fought

Jr. yesterday requested your cooperation : EANKS Bank and ran over to the was reacting to the news. The dead. A pall settled over the football game. A number of people

in his annual "Mail I Gazette office to tell his mother main street was almost deserted, town which was a Nixon stronghold brought transistor radios so

Karly For Christmas" Campaign. Mrs. Betty Eby an editor that the sidewalks practically empty. in 1960. I they could keep up with the

The' Postmaster said "Here I President Kennedy had been shot. Inside the stores people were Henry T. Simmons of Parks I events of the tragedy even as

are the things to watch to be sure I It was tthe first inkling we had gathered around radios and tele- Furniture Company said "You 1 they watched this annual grudge

that every Christmas card and a of the tragedy that was ensuing."Is vision sets listening.Bill could understand it if it happened game.

gift package will be delivered. he dead?" we asked. vice in some foreign country but
Wallis executive On the
Saturday grim news
'" apparently
before" Christmas Eve. : : :: "I think so," Bob said. "And it is hard to believe it could hap-
.
First Federal
> ",. president of the was sinking in. The
,t- of Texas has been I pen here"Al
the
First check Christmas governor
over your .
+ ; Savings and Loan Association upon streets were practicafly' empty
", ' < ," : too!" Hunt of Hut Bros was of
card and gift list' very carefully : :, tJ. shot hearing the news for the first and some nunraaafa reported'
; We out to the parking lot the same opinion. "It's a sad
be certain each address I ran :
isl
and then
time said "Is it true? i business was away off from whatit
radio. We I day for the United States, AI
and turned car
on a
full "
with
complete street
name. t was too numb to make further had been a week ago.
and number city state and ZIP I had to hear it to believe it. All said
l' comment.Bill Upon hearing that President
Code number. I ., I 4- : stations were pouring out the Hammond director of pub- Event after event poured from Johnson had proclaimed Mondayas
,
the airwaves. Dallas office
the President had A police
Second stock up soon on --1: ; > news. Yes lic relations for the First Federal, a day of National mourning
I shot and in serious had been killed by a suspect
materials for been was very
packing stUrd\'I'
" > said "This could make Lyndon killer most of the stores started making
I packages including heavy condition but he was still alive. Johnson president and probably arrested in a theater as the I plans for dosing.On .
ping rorrugated cartons' '.jfn So was Governor Connally of Tex was arrested. I
paper :' t >. increase Barry Goldwater's Then school was out. \\ waited Sunday motaing large
, strong cord and paper ahesive 1, '. chances next year." crowds filled churches, where the
as.We
listened for a quarter of an to see what effect the news
:
tape .I .. .' Steve Miller of the First Na-. services were those of mourningfor
hour as events happened so fastit had on the kids. It had been an-
Third, buy your postage stamos tional Bank said "What a our lost leader.
comprehend.It nounced at school they said, and I
difficult to
now. Be sure to use the colorfulnew j. was shame!" Again on Monday. with practically -
two of the teachers cried.
announced that two Catholic ,
five cent Christmas Treestamps was
Business came to a standstill I all of the stores closed,
had been admitted to We went home at five o'clock
priests
on your cards. minutes later. Steve there little the
I a few came was activity on
and turned television. We hada
President's bedside. That in- on
Fonrth. procure free lablels ..1L the out of the office of Lupfer In-I streets. It was a dreary day.
dicated how gravely the Chief Executive new President enroute from
from your post office which read! surance Agency where he overcast and raining.
I wounded. A I Dallas to Washington by plane.
reporter
"ALL FOR LOCAL DELIVERY"and was
Even the school
been listening to a transistor radio kids given a
also said he struck in the I History was unfolding before out
was
"ALL FOR OUTOFTOWNDELIVERY" and said "The President is holiday, could not venture outside
and it
I s head. eyes was happening so
IL
so that you can II to it.
dead. They just announced it. enjoy
An elderly lady passing by had fast it was difficult to grasp. ,,
sort your Christmas cards into As it. "It
two groups with addresses all II stopped to listen with us and she We went into the office to listen We prepared to go to the Kis- sad weekend.one person" put was a

facing one way thus insuring fast shook her head when this was an- again having to hear it officially ;s I simmee-St Cloud football game
delivery. nounced. "Even if he lives he before believing it and listlessly. Some if not an, the And so it was. It wes a sad
then doubt. It I I edge had been taken off milestone in the nwrtory of .
Fifth be sure that your full 1 p- will never be the same' she pro having some just our a naItion.
nounced. didn't seem credible. eagerness to attend. .
name and address is on all of 1r ,

your and shipping Christmas labels card and envelopes be doubly II ,- ...

sure to include your ZIP

Code.number in your return address Kowboys Topple 1.


The Postmaster especially re- .

nuests that you schedule your'I Bulldogs 3420Kissimmee's

Christmas mailings so that allof ?: 'i ai
your cards and gift packages

going to most distant points are I
mailed by December 10th. Those LITTLE MISS SARAH JANE LUPFER daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Lupfer Kowboys defeated ,yards later in the game. Crum
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for local destinatiions should be III, take aim at a hapless turkey in preparation for Thanksgiving dinner. St. Cloud 34-20 here Friday nightat ran for the extra point after both I
athletic field in TD's he did following the
Osceola High's just as r
mailed at least a week before I
a non-conference football game' first in the final period. .
Christmas
,
I before about 4,000 fans. St. Cloud now stands 2-7.

Action Both teams scored once in the St. Cloud ___ p' 677 0-20 .. !
Flood Control Funds first quarter Kowboy fullback Kissimmee _._., 7 6 0 21-34 <

Plans Made I t Jim Crum plunging four yards STATISTICS

Deferred for the first touchdown. Eddie SL Cloud Kissimmee --

For "New I Are Being: Discussed Harrell ran for the point that 7 First downs 19
Kisslmmeee a 7-6 first period 195 Rushing "* rdage 315
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DirectoryPreparation i Authorization for $21 millionin Senate bills are ironed out. a kickoff 75 yards for his 0 Passes Intercepted bv 1 J
ST. CLOUD Commissioner projects for the Central A According to information'Miles team's first six points. In the 0 Punts 0 1L

John B. Hudson who stated pub Southern Florida Flood Control received from Washington Saturday second quarter St. Cloud movedin 0 Fumbles lost 1
for the publication licly at the last commission meeting district Rile three of the more controversial
appears near front when Johnny Crowe ran 0 Yards penalized 30
of the Kissimmee-St. Cloud
new "You have the right to sign elimi-
the FCDgoverning measures were
Miles chairman of 35 yards to paydirt. Grady Individual yardageSt
telephone directory gets underway the petition for my recall and board said here nated from the ''Senate bill. for the to
yes Wright ran extra point Cloud: Cdowe 15L Wright
December 2 7
Monday, as
have the to vote me
you right terday.He These were projects in South make it 13.7.Kissimmee. 27, Young 14.Kissimmee.
of the Florida
representatives out and if you believe the accu- said the Senate Thursday Carolina and Georgia; Kentuckyand came back to tie : Crum 158, Dym-

c Telephone week canvass Corporation of the area.begin a 3 ,sations against: me, you wait should to included the $21 million in an Tennessee; and Idaho. the game before intermission mek 34, Harrell 45, Johns Mag- STUDY PLANS-Mr. and Mrs. James R. Crandall of Bethesda .
throw out and not
me authorization bill which differed Elimination of these it is believed when Harrell passed 25 yards to naghi 28, Roberts 10.
During the last 12 months the vote me out," apparently ha is sufficient to allow the I Md., look over the plans and location of their new
servingthis from that passed by the Houseof Bob Magnaghi for a touchdown.In K-Crum 1 run Harrell run)
number of telephones had a change of"heart. conference.The 'home which is being built in Orange Gardens. (Photo by
Representatives to such a degree measure to go to the third quarter St. Cloud S-Crow e 70 kickoff return ,
has increased ,
area by more He temporarily halted actionon that balked at $21 million is authorization ahead 70 Eby)
legislators forged again, driving (kick failed)
than 360, and as a result the i
and the I
the recall
will be petitions : bringing them to conference. for a two-year period. It yards for six-points that went to S-Crowe 60 run (Wright run)
new telephone directory will of over 500 signers by a tech i It is in conference where differences j jI should not be confused with the Donald Young on a 12-yard scor- Magnaghi 15 pass from Har -
larger and contain more pages Kissimmee To Be Home
before. nicality during Monday's meeting I between the house and appropriation of $14 million a ing run. Crowe converted and it rell (run failed) i
than ever called by Mayor Fred Fordto few days ago. 2013. Crowe kick)
was S-Young 12 run (
in the Kiss-
immee-St.Telephone Cloud activity area has increased . set an election date. Affidavits Money appropriated cannot be Then came the fourth stanzain K-Crum 7 run (Crum run) For The J. R. Crandalls
where thereis on the petitions were accepted Dr. Gainer spent until there is an author- which Kissimmee broke loose K-Dymmek 10 run (Dymmek '
to a point
by the City Clerk without a notary.s ization and the reverse is also
an average of 14,847 local ; for 21 points and the victory to run) I
calls made every day also outgoing seal.Armond true authorization without appropriation make its record 81. Crum went K-Crum 2 run (Crum run) Mr. and Mrs. James R. Crandall -j division of the Bureau he is familiar -

Long Distance calls topped, Hills who spearheaded SpeaksTo is meaningless at seven yards for the first TD and I have returned to their home with the building phase.

2.400 per day in 1962. All this the recall drive appealed to least' temporarily.The ran for the point to again tie the Ricky Grissom, who is sta- I in Bethesda Maryland after seeing |They selected the Orange Biossom -

telephone traffic adds up to an City Attorney O. P. Johnson that Kiwanis $21 million authorizationwas game. tioned at the submarine baseat I the ground broken and the | plan and revised it to fit

even more important role for the, the city clerk should not have the figure also adopted by Next Gary Dymmeck sailed New London Connecticut floor poured in their new homein I their needs. Then turned it over

Telephone Directory serving your. accepted the petitions if they :the house so it would appear nine yards for the second touch- is spending a two weeks leave I Orange Gardens. I Ito K. C. Moore to build.

community.The were not correct in form. Judge Dr. Joseph Gainer of the Ani- I certain that this will remain unchanged down that was followed by another with his parents Mr. and Crandall, who is a ceramical j The next step was to subscribe

new Directory will close! Johnson said that he would give mal Diagnostics Laboratory, a when the. bill goes to Crum scoring run of two- Mrs. B. G. Grissom. : engineer with the National Bureau -.to the Kiasimmee Gazette so that

December 27th. Anyone desiringto : an opinion after the Thanksgiv-I nationally-known virologist told ,conference Miles said. I of Standards in Washington, .I they would feel in touch with the
make additions deletions o ring holidays. I, Kiwanians here that it is most I I D.C. will retire in April and they !activities and be more at home

changes should contact their local difficult to immunize against flu 4 I plan to move to Kissimmee to (when they moved down. Also he
Hudson also objected to the release because of its changeability.He Chamber make their home.
telephone business; BeginsMembership I ;kept a record of the weather so
company of the forms for proper af discussed viruses called Raised in small Ohio towns
office at the earliest passible j the could plan his heating and
fidavits. Again on an appeal to them the simplest form of life, DriveThe the Crandalls are looking forward ;all-conditioning system. With

date. the city attorney he said he said they grow only in living : : c-- I to the leisurely life of theGardens. such forethought and planning

would give his decision at the cells and can be found in plants annual Chamber of Com- in Wel they are certain to like their

later date.Police. animals, and insects. However, merce membership drive began tington. 'adoPted hometown.
Science Club !
he added not all believe they i with a kick-off breakfast at Mrs. from Ohio State. Mrs. Crandall, I

Plan County FairAt Make Raids are living; and he said they Mac's restaurant. a class mate during secondary I i Thanksgiving
have some of the characteristics schools, attended Oberlin.
Vida Gould, chairman of the : Service Set
of chemicals.He i Several years ago they came
meeting of the: Sunday NightIn membership campaign, said she
a recent said some viruses may be to Florida to visit a friend in i, The Community ThanksgivIng
committees were I would be offering a prize to the
Science Club controlled by vaccination drugs I I St Cloud and decided to look Service for Ktetaunee will
set up to work out detailsfor three raids Sunday night, (although he said this is pretty chamber campaigner who signedup M '[for a spot for their future home. ;be held in the Church of the
Osceola L the Kissimmee Police the most members.The (
Department paid
forthcoming
the much unsuccessful), and rodent up [They traveled both the east and Nazarene, Thursday, November

County Science Fair, whlcr a made two arrests and control.He goal she said, was to ob- i the west coast but were not sat- I. 28, at 8:_ .-.
will be held the latter part oi f r questioned some 12 people. Rosa said man is the accidental tain 100 per cent participation :,isfied. The next year they step- Jimmy Cox. pMtor of the
Mae Thomas
and Rommie
FebruaryThe Tyler victim of SL Louis encephalitis.In by the merchants and business ped at the local Chamber of I Pint Christian Church will deliver "
fol both Negroes arrested
committees as were
are
this he said mosquito control people of the community.Fred Commerce to inquire into the the sermon M Fred
lows: Mike Bobroff, Tylei r,. for selling alcoholic beverages plays a big part. He said it taxes, electrical rates etc. of Toms, pastor of the hose
Thomas Dee Viehman, publicity without a license. Both were released McDaniel manager of the > asked to
is believed that pigeons and Kissimmee and were church will preside over theseivice.
: Bruce Schnitzler. Waiter on bond. doves are. carriers, but this is Chamber also announced that ._ 4--. visit the Gardens before leaving i .
Dennl ; t -,, ,. ,
Kitchen awards; A quantity of gin, wine and not yet certain.As the city commission was to be town the next day. j I Other ministers participating -

Kowalski Joe Kowalski Lind; whiskey! was confiscated by the to oral polio vaccine Dr. asked to "bag" parking meters OUT TO WIN-The Kissimmee Kowboys rode hard Friday "We drove out there" he said I in the service will be-:

Moak and Owen Arlington t officers. Those officers participating Gainer said it would be his until Christmas. He said a let night to beat the St. Cloud Bulldogs 3420. By win- "and before nightfall we had Scripture Reading by Henry

oroiect placement; Judy Ful 1 in the raids were Robert guess that it will not be per- ter, signed by Jim Campbell this annual grudge the the selected a lot and bought it." I Young, pastor of the Trinity
ning Kowboys won county -
lerton. Elaine Lory and Daniel I Fornes, Ben Stainback and Jim- manent. However, he said it appears chairman of the merchants committee game "A lot of planning has gone Lutheran Church and Prayerby
1. Dickson. program; Jame mie Watford under the direction to be better than the Salk was being mailed to the championship and possession of the County trophy. into our home. he said. Sincehe I Dorr Van Etten pastor of

Bolin and Mark Lurie, judge I of Det. Don Adams. Vaccine. commission. (Photo by Eby) is in the building technology the First Presbyterian Church


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OPEN HOUSE Open House was held at the Osceola friends with the new facilities recently completed which departments. Shown above (1)) is one of the kitchens in ting tables and chaulk board. (3} A lecture room and ((4))

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i 3 The<< KIs..lnun&'tGau'Uc-, KUstnuney. Ha., TKur s:.; R6 ",{%8. 1I $?! Large Property I Thrift Club Held k"i M ,
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.,\" ''f nsactions' MadeReal ,,> Workshop MeetingThe
B Season "' .L. :
Squad's cpS '''''. _
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I estate transactions in- ?qi Kissimmee Thrift Club Y 1

volving several thousand acres of .> met Tuesday at the county agri- \ !
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Has 4-2 Record land near Holopaw have been recorded ; cultural building with 30 mem-
. : in the office of Glenn Ray, bers present.
,,1 . Osceola County Clerk. '
A workshop was held in the
7. Tho Osccola High Kowboy B- and in scoring was Jack Tyner
it squad has completed the 1963-64 with 23 points followed by Rich- All of the firms involved have morning and gifts for shut-ins
campaign with a 4-? record In ard Blevins with 18 points. All the same Miami address, and -- for Christmas were made. After tf
,; unch a business meeting was .
their last! game they defeated thr three of Blevins TD's were on some of the transfers were made g. ' _
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11 Haines City B-team 27-0. passes from quarterback Gary by way of quit claim deeds. >1'1'<'-.; presiding.held with Miss Sidney Lumley f\ :
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The Kowboy B's composed!: of Harrell. According to the records Ca .:. Plans were made for a Christ- ..
boys from the<< freshman and Other players scoring were Ed- .
Groves
naveral
Orange warranty mas party to be held at the com-
I !sophomore classes, won four die Duke. 7 points: Butch Har- deed, approximately 1,160 acres munity house Wednesday December
straight after losing their first ford and Larry Newman each
of land for 5116,000 to Canaveral 18th at 6:30. All memo
i two: to Lake Wales 7-0 and Lake- with one touchdown: and Larry < '
Acres Inc.Canaveral bets are to bring food and table
f view of Winter Garden 20-14. Houseman went across for two
service and gifts will be ex
,i Then the Kowboys caught fire extra' points to finish the scores. Acres Inc., quit '-,
I and scored 20 points or more each At a recent school assembly, I claimed a smaller parcel to Canaveral changed.A on "Valuable Pap
program
Ir. the last four: winning 306 two players. Larry Smith and I Orange Groves Inc. The ers" was given by Steve Miller, Charlie White Jim Crum
'f over Eustis: 20-0 over Apopka: Corky Parker presented the B- !latter firm also quit cleamed all vice president of the First Na-
20-7 against Avon Park: and 27-0 squad coach. Henry Ramsey. its original holdings in the Holo-
tional Bank and Miss Marilyn
over Haines City. ,with a plaque showing the team's paw area, other than that listedin Dietrich, home demonstrationagent. White Crum Are k
I The Kowboys racked up a total !appreciation of his coaching during the warranty deed to Advance .
\ of 111 points to only 40 for I the 1963-64 season. Home Building Corp. --.- Mrs. Mae Baker and Mrs. ,
their opponents' giving a total of
only points in their last four I Surface your kitchen counter Also recorded was a warranty Hazel Mansfield were hostesses.
'; : with burnproof ceramic tile. This deed showing the sale of a 40 j Top Players

Seven boys counted in the versatile product is also scratch- acre grove by Mabel Brown Collins -j I,
t 11 scoring with Skipper Moon leading -:proof and comes in more than to Odell Johnson and wife |i Turnpike Segment. -
' the way with 49 points. Sec- 250 sizes shapes and colors. of St. cloud for $31,000. \ir r To Be Opened Charlie White, son of Mr. and Mrs Jack Crum wa named

..... J B>B H 0CnBHiH Bn mi Hansell-Dyer Mrs.. C. L. White, was named Back of the We ek. ,'
.. Florida's Turnpike extension I Lineman of the Week after last This 15old sophomore /
t scheduled for completion on Jan Friday's game. A 17 year old played a. fine game at defensive
Engagement Told uary I, 1964, will be completedand senior Charlie! is a lettcrman. eno and one of the ftec.t games 1
\1 opened tor public use on the Kowboys have had this year
\ i January 15, 1964, according to II lie played an inspired- gameat He scored three touchdown
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Vance Osceola High School. State Road Board Chairman John defense fronxfusNhnebacker and three extra points for ;2\ I
Hansell of Kissimmee announcethe Mr. Dyer is a former graduate R. Phillips.A I position to win\ this Honor for points. He had 187 yards gain.
engagement of their daughter -, of Osceola High School and 62-mile section of the exten- the thid time this year. ed in 19 carries for a 9.8 avei
Karen Vance to Arthur i is now a student at the Univer- sion between Orlando and Yee--: Jim Crum, son of Mr. and age.

Fred Dyer Jr., son of Mr. and sity of Florida. haw Junction has been in use -- .vacation. .
' Mrs. Arthur F. Dyer of Kissimmee. since July 17, 1963. Kowboys ''Sanfmnd }has an identical reco-d: : f.
i Il Wedding plans, will be an-
Phillips, who also heads the
8 s KJMmmee with eight wins : p;
t'' The bride-elect is a senior at nounced at a later date. Turnpike Authority said the portion Play Sanford and one loss which: was to Lees- i
: until 8:30 between Yeehaw Junctionand
Fridays, p.m. burg. ,
.. Kowboy Band Received Fort Pierce will be openedby The Sanford Seminole High Honorary captains for the sea. .
Thanksgiving, "weather per- School has extended an invitation ,. son for the Kowboys named this
mitting." to pHy them in a post season week are Bob :Magnaghi, Charlie
Superior Rating at Meet This will offer Miami bound football game Friday December , White and Steve Yowell They i

GOOLD'S DEPARTMENT STOREHERZBERG'S motorists a continuous 211 mile 6th at Sanford. will also act as captains for the
drive from Orlando at 70 miles The members of the Kissim. two remaining games. That of
The Kowboy Band was highly the centest was that it fas a
honored when they received a march contest only and therefore per hour the Turnpike's official mee Kowboy squad have votec:.I Wildwood, played last night and
speed limit. unanimously to accept the iir .
next week at SaAford.JERRY'S
difficult to make
superior rating at the District very a superior I
Phillips said the 41 mile stretch
Contest held at Sanford last rating.
between Ocoee and U. S. 301
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Saturday.The Another unique feature was
,: ;:.. interchange near Leesburg will
INGRAM'S STYLE SHOPLUCILE'S judges' comments were that the composition that the
open on December 15, 1963. The
quite enthusiastic about the appearance -I band performed was an "Over '
final 13-mile section
segment, a ]I
and especially the big- ture For Marching," composed
I ,
between Ocoee and Orlando, is
: : ness of sound that the organization -i especially for the band and dedicated -
I scheduled for opening on January -
t achieved. to the memory of Byron
'. .- .- One of the unique features of r Hileman. 15, 1964, completing the 155- New in Kissimmee, welcomes everyoneto
. mile extension.
"If .
; our New Bicycle and Scooter Shop.

f PERSON'S, INC. . Annual Christmas ParadeTo Bicycles and Scooters repaired, all makes.

Band Receives TERMS . LAY-AWAY

j SHORE'S MEN'S WEAR Be Held Here FridayThe Excellent RatingST. Bring your bicycle, in for a F'R E E safety

check-up . also good used scooters and

i annual Christmas Parade Spurs the mounted police and CLOUD-St. Cloud High bicycles at . .
will be held Friday afternoon at several school bands. School Marching Band in district t:,
WILL 2:30: according to Fred McDan- After greeting the folks in the I competition at Sanford Saturda
THESE STORES ALSO BE OPEN THURSDAY
I night were given two superiorsand
\ iel manager of the Kissimmee downtown area, Santa and the : JERRY'S
AFTERNOONS UNTIL AFTER EASTER Chamber of Commerce.In parade will then go to the Sun. : one excellent by the three
presiding judges. The band also. '
addition to the float carry- rise Shopping Center where it
Santa Claus, there will be will reassemble and will received a superior rating in the 18 West Bass Street
-. . ing . .. prizes, .
several other floats, the Silver be awarded. uniform inspection.

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H. "Van" Vannoy. dispatcher PERFECT CHRISTMAS GIFT!
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t vitation one' behalf of the club to :'1. ,, ';' ': : The Ktefamnee Gazette, Kfesbxxnee FUu, Thar, Nov. 38, 1968 3
Age Clubs persons 50 or over, "If you* are ',< S3
interested in any of our activ- __
Garden Club News
ities or wish to become a member -
leave your name and ad-
w Holds Meeting dress at the Youth Club on Mon-
t day mornings when the inter- Ideal To Rotate
s mediate Spanish class meets or

:i ST. CLOUD About 40 menM ganized. on Fridays when the beginners
bens of the Golden AgE.Cub at-1!, The 'Art of Fun' class with class meets. If you are inter- BedsIt
tended the November meeting'] Millie B. Willsey in charge will ested in music either singingor Vegetable
held last week in the Youth!' meet at the Youth dub on Wed- instrumental let us know
1'I nesday mornings. This class is I as these activities are also in is ideal to have enough landto were Mrs. Mary Pieverre and
Club.Mrs.. Ruth Blanchard gave an for those who have always wanted -'! the planning stage. rotate the site of your vege- Mrs. Sadie Tyson. Guests were
interesting and informative talk!I to paint ordraw but hesitate, The Youth Cub which gener- table bed with each planting. This Mrs. Dolly dark and Mrs. Albert
on hand weaving and showed I to join a professional class be- ously allows us the use of their keeps down the incidence of pests.If Rogers.
several beautiful examples of her!I cause they know nothing about rooms mornings since their ac- you cannot do this then fumi- November 29th has been set
work and demonstrated the oper- art. Mrs. Willsey says, "We will tivities do not begin until 3:30 gation or drenchings is the an- side as "Don't Be a Litterbug.
I at ion of her loom as well as two I not promise to make you a second p.m. are in need of more chap- swer. If you fumigatte, it is best Day."
r other methods of weaving. She>! Grandma Moses but you can erones, particularly on Mondays to have it done by a qualified Now is the time to:
fl( told of the many interesting learn the fundamentals of draw-1 and Saturdays. Several Golden .person. If you do your own Prune back Crepe Myrtle. new
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items made at the Penfield school I ing and painting so you will know Age members are now acting as drenching, be sure be very sure growth promotes next years'
( in North Carolina where she i what it is all about if you wish chaperons and report that they to follow directions carefully.] bloom.
t teaches weaving in the summer. to continue and join a profes- really enjoy it. If you have timeon Then be sure to have your Plant or transplant deeM ous
jf Mrs. Blanchard will teach a sional class later. your bands, come and see. shoes and tools carefully cleaned !
f* class in weaving at the club this Mrs. Orpha Smith spoke on how much you can enjoy watching , before entering the sterile area. Gardening
: winter if enough requests arc creative writing and her many the kids have fun." The Rose Circle met recently at
i received. years of experience in writingfor i f the home of Mrs. Roy Hansel. At Rainbow Sprinfs. towfet at-
I'' Mrs. Erwin Heth demonstrated publication and said she will Mrs. Fred Althouse and Mrs. traction near DunneNon, the wa-
the art of fabric painting and organize a ,class if enough peopleare Genevieve M.King Ralph Porter were hostesses. The ter temperature remains a constant
1 WIN BONDS Each Florida Telephone Company awaru wlU.uS to Uie em-
;' showed many beautiful pieces off interested in this project. I year day's program was in two parts. 74 degrees the. Year_ around., .
Buried s i > mt
FridayFuneral based earned in extension sales contacts. Above, Charles Dixon,
f ployees on points flor-
method.
her 'liquid embroidery' Because of the death of the Mrs. Robert Smith spoke on
{ I} Beginning next week she will President classes for this week services for Genevieve manager of Kissimmee plant awards bonds to, left to right, Velma Reynolds, Louise ida shrubs, while Mrs. Althouse
U teach this craft at the club on have been cancelled but will be Marie King, 38, of Kissimmee Putnal and Cappy Reed. (Photo by Eby) spoke on Florida trees. Mrs. C PIZZA
.t! Wednesday mornings at 10 a.m. resumed next week. The Sing-a- were held at 11 a.m. Friday W. Conley, Therapy chairman, re- i!;
/1 Mrs. R. Rising, 1014 Ohio Ave., Long, which was scheduled for from the Grissom Chapel with I I" .>. ported she had received 16 pr. of
> will teach hooked and braided last Friday, was cancelled and the Rev. Floyd Cox Minister of t r, r' .! bed sox to be presented to shut 1 FREEZETTEDRIVEIN
\ rug making and any other kind has been tentatively rescheduledfor the Campbell Station Baptist ins for Thanksgiving. Mrs. '
of needlework, including knit: Dec. 13 at the Community Church officiating. jJ. : I I i./ Charles Jackson was a guest. ,
\ ting, crocheting and needlepoint, House. Details will be publishedlater. Interment followed in Pleasant { The Gloriosa held their annual
at her home. She also does hand Hill Cemetery. Grissom FuneraT Thanksgiving dinner at the homeof ,I
weaving and will assist at the Mrs. Willsey Golden Age publicity Home was in charge of arrange- Mrs. W. R. Hayward, with' The Kissimmee BusinessAnd
club, if and when a class is or- chairman, extends an in- ments. Mrs. Lynn Beers as co-hostess. Professional Women
3 Mrs. Orpha Carr asked the bless-
i ing prior to the meal, while Mrs. will hold a
: Clyde Nelson led the devotions for
; thebusiness meeting. A reportwas TUPPERWAREHOME

fria Evi5Da9 F heard from the circle Therapy
Chairman. Mrs. Edith Me- PARTY
I Grew, cunning tray favors will
H be presented to the local nursing
: ; homes before Thanksgiving. Mrs. WEDNESDAY, DEC 4th

1.; Q; Gertrude Williams reported on
':f future work to be done at Brin- : At the Community Housereicr.
.r son. Park. New members greeted i I
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WE ARE THANKFULFOR
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THE PRIVILEGE A..D...., 0.47.3.444
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-S JAMES l_. HUTCHINSON
J ; 4 \ TOO, TO BE PART OF t t 1)4 nun M.rropoliro.Iluonc..C oufc o.i

u > THIS PROGRESSIVE 6 EaT AT[ PLANNING AND BUSINESS |M OMANCC

COMMUNITY, AS WE

' d ) I r JOIN OUR. . METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
t t ART GROUP OFFICERS-In conjunction with the Osceola County Art and Cul- OcciCt. 203 NORTH MAGNOLIA. AVENUE. 0"1.00. FLA.RESIOSNCEI ..
4 2i y. NEIGHBORS TO GIVE ture Center an. art group was organized here last week. Temporary officers will be 914 EMMETT 9TREtT. K..EE. FLA

.,, THANKS FOR THEIr left to right, Stan Chiri, vice president; Mrs. Ray Bouvier, treasurer; Mrs. Bruce
ABUNDANCE AND Druliner, secretary and J. Earl Turner, president. (Photo by Eby)

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; SECURITY THAT IS i P. O. BOX
1 -- -- ---- - 433 PHONE 847-4343
1 Illinois and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
A OUR COMMON Kissimmee Motor Court News Young called on Mrs Violet JERRY L. ROGERS
I } HERITAGE. Hosier during the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack McNall ACCOUNTANT
& ;: were visitors at Cypress Gar-
J ; : Court Residents 'dens on Wednesday.'
t Mr. and Mrs. Walter Broom- I HAS RECENTLY OPENED AN OFFICEAT 11 VERNON
ield j[ Minneola, New York arrived -
AVENUE IN KISSIMMEE ACROSS FROM THE
ft . !: Have Busy WeekBy : in winter.the Court Monday to spendthe I OSCEOLA COUNTY,COURT HOUSE.

1 Mr. and Mrs. Gale Butzer and BOOKKEEPER INCOME TAX
daughter, Orlando were visiting
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FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS' with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gilbert
LORAN GLEADALL lando were Tuesday afternoon'Thursday evening.
David Ellerson and sister call- visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Con
AND ed on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall rad Seyfreid.Mr. .
and Mr. and Mrs. William Eich- and Mrs. Kenneth Bridgesand
orst Sunday afternoon. daughter Connie of Akron CARAVELLEA "Jackson's"
r LOAN ASSOCIATION Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Evans of Ohio are visiting their Aunts
; Orlando spent Sunday evening Mrs. Inez Stiner an Mrs. Wini PRODUCT OF BULOVA
with their parents Mr. and Mrs. fred Bell. MI1NITZIYIARKLT
OF OSCEOLA COUNTY Pearl Cortright.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevenson -
first low-cost
Harriet Wohlfert and Orlando, were Wednesday 1
daughter Thelma Dowell of Or- evening guests of their parentsMr. i
watch
and Mrs. C. A. Stevenson. Quality
Mr. Peter Hildenbran and Mrs.
'TI w Peggy Poulos visited the Home-
a-rama in Orlando Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Albert Hilton St. OPEN 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK
Petersburg were Tuesday dinnei WATERPROOF"SHOCK
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
guests
e .OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY -
Coburn.
OPEN ALL DAY THANKSGIVING DAY.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Archam-

bault visited Mr. .Arthur Aubinin II I". .....NEW.....LOW.....EVERY......DAY.....PRICES..............
Tavares Sunday.Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Schronber-
F gel'; and sister Pearl were call- a BUSCH [ ]
ing on Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hies- VAEANi"'IJ794
:,8 q;
tand, recently. '
.. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gilbert \7'6 s,;

were Sunday evening luncheon RESISTANT ... .. .. ........... ..............
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Burhenne of Mt. Dora. . . o FRESH BREAD Reg. Sittt
r Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hiestand SKIFF. Disbnctrv* fOt1I ,

were calling on Mr. and Mrs. ltd styling shock plus-,.,rut-islnt .................................
E. E. Gilbert Friday evening. construction
Pr cision-t...l.dino'm'ntSIQ9S FRESH, GRADE "A" HOMOGENIZED
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ames !
were Sunday dinner -guests of '
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Freeman. MILK I
Congratulations to Mrs. Earl FROM ONLYPIUNCESL
Chny U Nora -Door Sedan
Now-64 Chevy U Rowsey on winning third place
. I. trophy at the Amateur shuffle GALLON

tournament at St. Cloud Nov. 22. JUG 901A
Mr. and Mrs. Perce Lovewell .
visited in Eustis recently. [Plus Bottle Deposit]

Mr. and Mrs. John Frazier ..................... .... ....... .
were business visitors in Orlando Classic
Tuesday. resistant ttnicn. Shock.construction 6 BOTTLE CARTON

Miss Frances Seldon Kenwood, unbreakable and [Regular 6-Oz. Bottles]
Illinois returned to her home mainspring '/
Friday after spending the past SliSSROBERSON'S
d- two weeks in the Court. n
Tom Wells ot Cape Canaveral z 29C
is spending several days with ,, r
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---- r relatives in the Court.
-. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heimberg
Plus Bottle Deposit]
Mrs. Charles Watson of Hersher. 1t [
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Now you see it. Now :you don't. When a Chevy II does when you slip into the driver's seat. CARTON
that kind of disappearing act you know without looking There are new styling features like the tasteful grille GALLEON, Math 69 C
twice: It's a'64 with a V8 engine. design and trim accents,for instance.And the larger self- + proof', shockband. [Plus Bottle Deposit]
That's right. A full-grown 195-hp Turbo-Fire VS.* adjusting brakes that further reduce upkeep on a car that Pr.cts.ot.wN >
It's available for the first time this year along with a already has a reputation of coming about as close to k ; RIOSr.n34 .................................
choice of three other"engines -the standard 4 (in 100 perpetual motion as anything on four wheels can get. I ;/
Series sedans), the standard 6 and a new 155- The place to get the full details on the '64 Smertttt I** ]& 0fc_ *> 4**
hp 6.* (And all of them maintain their high is your Chevrolet dealer's. And after you've n, Cntnl. i..r'ler(1.r( i:%$?1tl taut+piitl! GENESSEE BEER .

spirits on modest amounts of regular gasoline.) a got them, we hope you'll attend to one further rill. . fcy ftmSLj ItringSmfjJ: ** U Out InJf
But the changes aren't confined to what detail yourself. Drive it. Optimal a Sztr Mf *

----A.!c about a SMILE-MILE Ride and the Chevrolet Seng leek at yw Chevrolet dealer's :r:. 9IIU r. ? REXALL DRUG 6 CAN

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St. Cloud, France Students Hear .1
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Tourney Cables CondolencesST. Of Grim Tragedy

KISStMMEE! GAZETTE
CLOUD-Mayor Fred Ford i

r/ I Held In St. CloudST. received the following cablegram I ST. CLOUD Friday T. J.lannarelli .

us A .J.a R. Perm Newspaper 4 Saturday: principal of St. Cloudy

"Shocked and distressed b High School called a genera

Offices: 24.26 Stewart Are. CLOUD Mayor Fred players free.Fourteen President Kennedy's murder., assembly of all students andof

1 h v Telephone 847-2881 Ford presented the "key to the courts were in play Mayor Council and population r teachers and announced the

} city" to visitors attending the for the Thanksgiving Tournament Saint Cloud France, send condolences . death of President Kennedy. He

i Central District Amateur Tournament held last week. Prizes and express deepest then asked them to stand in a

Entered the Post a. Second Office at Class KiMlmmee.Mall MatterIn Fla. held here Nov. 21-22. were given for high and low sympathy." signed: Qua veton,, minute of silent prayer. As the

Zelma Young, secretary of the scores and to those nearest the Mayor. announcement sunk in, the impact -

Florida :,- club extended a welcome to the selected numbers of 200 300, Mayor Ford cabled reply, was clearly visible. A
Published Thursday at Kissimmee
guests and the Rev. Eugene and 400.George. thanking Mayor Chaveton for his; stunned silence prevailed as the

Fleury gave the invocation. Harris led the field expression of sympathy ", .. ., students and teachers:: fifed out
LEO SCHUMAKEREditor Guy Collins State 1st vice and won with a high of 484 and in this hour of our deep distress.", of the auditorium.
and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION president. Sebring complimented Vera Oliver's 110 earned her a

the club on its newly resurfaced prize for the low score. Other

RATESSix ARRESTED Mrs. Dorothy E. Chenoweth, St Cloud courts. John MacGillivray winners were Anna Rinus, 399; Chevrolet To.

months $%. 0; one year $4.00; two year, $7.00 businesswoman and Joe Bowman, St Cloud Utilities Commissioner State 2nd vice president Kis- Al Hilton, 297; and a split"be

4 The Kissinmnee( Gazette, KJssfanmee, Fls., Thors, Nov. 28, 1963 I simmee revealed changes in tween Angie Knox and Lula
as they leave Sheriff Bob Bucket's office with
rules for amateurs. Foote, each with a 203. Simon

receipts for bail after their arrest on warrants sworn out One hundred and eleven contestants and Zelma Young supervised the Build New VanChevrolet

Was For Nixon by Commissioner John B. Hudson. included 21 entries fromSt. play.

County Cloud and 19 from Kissimmee. Eva Wright club publicity di-

Tournament was held un- rector, reports that the District will
begin productiona is a limited slip differential with
When the final tally was counted in November of Two Arrested In der the direction of Lee Streeter, Amateur Tournament was a : December of a new light-duty the six-cylinder engine.

1960, Osceola County was firmly in the corner of State Tournament Director, St. most pleasant and successful oc- forward-control panel deliveryvan The Chevy Van features a torsionally -
Cloud and with the assistanceof casion until a transistor radio with level load floor
Richard Nixon and Henry Cabot Lodge. simple stable all steel integral
Harvey Eldridge for Kissim- proclaimed "The President has functional styling and convene body frame construction
f&r
The final total was 4,526 for the Republican ticket St. Cloud FridayST. mee. been shot." tional chassis designed for high structural rigidity and durabiiicy. .

and 2,073 for John Fitzgerald Kennedy and LyndonB. Simon Young president:: of St. She continued: Everyoneseemed utility, economical operation Brakes are sett-adjusting lubrication

Johnson.St. Cloud club, presented the fol- paralyzed. As the das- durability, and low maintenance.To interval is 6000 miles

lowing trophies in the men's division tardly act unfolded, citizens be called the Chevy Van, it and the windshield .is ,'
with CLOUD Utilities Com- one-piec
Cloud went overwhelmingly Republican, paper will print only the side of could but echo the wife's incredulous -
: Eddie Bush Lakeland; has a 90 in. wheelbase 167.6 in. flat glass for fewer
missioner Joe Bowman and issue that it is relatively rePlacement -
an they back
Precinct 9 showing a final total of 861243. E. Burt Everett, Kissimmee; frantic, "Oh no!I" The overall length, 74 in. width and cost.
Dorothy Chenoweth publisher time something is done.
Despite the fact that Osceola County is regardedas of Wayne Galbreath Kissimmee; incident was sickening and curb weight of 2900 lbs. Cargo
1 a shopper's guide were In the three that I have
years
and Walter Vanesby Lakeland. frightening. Regardless of one'spersonal of 211 Several important anticorrosion .
load
ft. and
level it area cu. capacity
a Republican county on the national ; was arrested Friday, Nov. 22, on owned and operated Penny-Wise,
views John F. Kenne- features
David Redic, Lakeland and to 1950 lbs. offer high are incorporatedinto
up a
to find a following the assassination complaints sworn out by City this has been one of our busi- had the admiration all. the
impossible person Clarence Paddock Orlando dy of ratio of useable space and carry Chevy Van. All underbody -
Commissioner John B. Hudson. will continueto
of President Kennedy who had an unkind word The action against Mrs. Chen ness be principles and were in the consolation group.In He "walked with kings. yet kept ing ability to vehicle size and moisture traps are eliminated
one. the women's division the the common touch. He made weight"With and side, roof, and front
for him. oweth is based on the printing The petition that has been .
mistakes but admitted them. His panels are one-piece to minimize
following received awards: Ag- addition
the of this
in shock publishing, and distribution: of a circulated for the recall of Mr. new
Most of the people we talked to were or coach
and enthusiasm for joints which
Y daily vulnerableto
nes Carter lakeland; :Marie energy truck to our line, we now have are
acted as if they were in a daze. Most seemed unable flyer, listing charges against Hudson from the city commis- Ramsey Kissimmee; Clara exhausting duties! His tireless the broadest offering light-duty rust. Inner and outer rocker
Hudson, which accompanied a sion is another in a long list of
if did Bush Lakeland and Yvonne pursuit for predetermined goals! panels, front step wells, and
Or
to believe what had happened. they were petition of recall for the city public issues that we have ; delivery vans in the industry,
Weimer Winter Park. Ruth His personal charm his stupen- wheelhousings are galvanized and
Carroll Starling of Starling Chevrolet -
too numb to talk about it. commissioner. The petition of brought before the citizens of
Warren, Eustis and Della Wer- dous knowledge, and his spon- undercoated. High zinc primer
Inc. said in the
recall at this date, is completeand St. Cloud. We felt that the votersof announcing
Some spoke of his youth, his family, his vitality. nest St. Cloud were in the consolation taneous wit! A wife has lost a Chevy Van. "It will meet the and aluminum preservative are
has the required number of St. Cloud should know the
None said unkind word. fond and proud husband; two applied to exposed box section
an group. needs of fleet buyers service
signatures certified by the city reason for the recall and when
Oscar Durant head referee, beautiful children a loving fa areas, and the entire underbodyand
This would not have been the ,case Thursday or clerk. asked to publish them we did it tradesmen retail businesses and
assisted Granvill ther; the nation a dedicated ad- the inner surface of the doer
even Friday morning. You could have had much criticism Bowman is charged with the with no personal malice towardsMr. was by Snapp ether users who are looking for
and Ernest Lambert. Scorekeepers vocate for what he believed to low cost, dependable transportation. panels are sprayed with zlnc-
door-to-door distribution of the Hudson but with
of the administration for the asking. Such was a sense were under the direction of be his country's good; and the ." bearing primers.
flyers. Why the utility commissioner of responsibility toward our city.
the effect of the murder of President Kennedy upon was singled out of 15 or Mr. Hudson, in my opinion, is Do Nighbert. world a dauntless leader in the The Chevy Van's front-mounted Standard rear doors and optional

the people of Kissimmee. more people who worked in now trying to stop the flow of Refreshments were supervisedby cause of freedom. Let us pray. economical four-cylinder, 153 cu. side doors of the Chevy

Such is the of the American people.A teams of three can only be con- information to the people of St. Ann Durand. Coffee and The weekly ice-cream contest in. engine offered as standard Van are solid panels with glass
mores doughnuts__were served to all was cancelled. equipment develops 90 hp. A 120 available
jectured.Mrs. Cloud, literally, and he is tryingto as an option. Sturdy
long as everything is all right it is prone to criti- Chenoweth held an in- "muzlle the press". The fact hp., 194 cu. in. six is optional. butt-type hinges require a mini.

cism, but let trouble come along and there is always formal press conference after that many more than the neces- Both engines; are proved power mum of adjustment. Removable

1 a helping hand.President her release on bond of $200 and sary number of names have Mrs. Nels Jensen plants of durable construction: pins in the door checks permit
the statement with bearings between each full-open position giving an
death issued following : been gotten on the petition signifies opening
Kennedy's untimely was a great
"It is my belief that the people that the voters of St. Cloudare crankshaft arm.Threespeed 49.7 in. wide and 48.2 in.
tragedy to his family and his nation. of any community are entitled aware of the steps that must manual transmis- high. Floor loading height is 22.0

President Johnson has assumed great and grave re- to hear both sides of any be taken in this situation.I Speaks To ClubST. sion is standard with Power- Minimum inside load length at

sponsibilities.In political or civic issue. This is refuse to be intimidated by glide automatic transmission op the floor is 88.5 in., and load

t their right as free American cit, either Mr. Hudson's recent let- .L tional. Also available optionally height is 54.25 in.
his case it is a time for a helping hand and a -
izens living in a democracy. ter to me threatening to sue my
CLOUD-Mrs. Nels Jensen Garrison that books have been
fervent When the community has only this latest actionof ;
prayer. company or by LETTERS TO LOIS
illustrated "Holiday Beauties"at
sent to the museum at Gettysburg -
We have faith that the people of Kissimmee and one newspaper and that news-' having me arrested." the last meeting of Woman'sClub. and to the prison in Rai-

the nation will give him both.What She demonstrated many ford; that a new Webste -Merriam -

ways to decorate pastries can- unabridged dictionary anda Prayer AnsweredDespite

Tree dies and other party fare. Her Hammond World Atlas have

t Is Life Worth? Lighting display was colorful ingeniousand been purchased for the library.

most attractive. During her Mrs. Ellis Goldsworthy, chair- OutcomeDear

talk she gave suggestions and man of the Epsilon Sigma Om-

By TOMMY JONES Ceremony Set recipes. icron home reading' course, an-
Mrs. Camilla Dostin, as chair- nounced that Mrs. Louis Berson
What is aJhuman
,4 life.worth? Probably to the one man; with other members of has completed four courses of Lois ed. Maybe He has already answered .

it.belongo to, it is worth more than all the treasuresbf Circle No. 1, had already carried prescribed reading and is now I-pray to God every night be your prayer. it doesn't

the world. ST. CLOUD-The festive sea- White Christmas, Winter Wonderland out some of the "Holiday eligible for a certificate of "membership cause I want my parents to gel t happen to be the way you want

What is your life or your neighbor's life worth son will be ushered in with a Sleigh Ride, and It's Beauties" ideas in their turkey in ESO and that Mrs. me have a horse for ChristmasMy it to be though. Your prayer for

r You wo lid not commit suicide, you would not kill or formal Christmas Tree lighting Beginning To Look a Lot Like and Christmas cookies which Florence Peters has enrolled. parents say that one hers= a horse was seL sh. You already
in served the hour. is enough but the horse I wan t have a horse out still area
$ cause else to be killed. Would ceremony Veterans Memorial Christmas.The were at tea Appeals were made for the you
someone be ableto
you Park next Thursday, Dec. 5, at tree lighting ceremonywill Mmes. George Pendleton and Thrift Shop and for Christmas is one that I have wanted for not happy. \ou really don't need
live with a clear conscience if.you knew that some- long time. The Lord isn't chang. another horse. You can't ride
8 p.m. f take place at this point in Jack Shingler presided at the gifts for mental health patientsby
one was killed or seriously injured for life because of St. Cloud Chamber of Com- the program and will be followed festive table. Mrs: Leon Lamb and Miss ing my parents mind like I'v
something you had done; or not done and could have. merce, sponsor of the program with two presentations by the :Mrs. J. H. Watson opened the Christine Humphrey. ask him too. I really don't believe your prayer, but the any -

Why then doesn't the state or county fix Highway plans to make the event an an- Messiah Chorus, For Unto Us A business meeting' with personal Circles were assigned to various that He has answered mj swer was probably that you don'tt
nual affair. greetings. Miss Zilda Heusink- prayers. What can I do so tha need anther horse and thereforeHe
441 along the bowling alley and the cemetery be- Child Is Born and Hallelujah projects for the annual
Twenty minutes of music veld conducted devotions. Mrs He will answer my prayers? is not going to change your
Chorus. The Messiah Chorus,
tween Kissimmee and St.. Cloud? Christmas Bazaar scheduled for
Unanswered parents mind. God all
and narration is incorporated W. E. Austin led in the Pledgeof prayer answers
song
sponsored by Woman's Club of
At least put up some type of warning signs to let in the 24 minute program. St. Cloud has now developedinto Allegiance with Mrs. Georgia Dec. 14: Circle No. 1, Mrs. Cam- prayers, but the way He knows

the people know the road is substandard. There has Participating in the ceremonyare a countywide endeavor under ,- Hood as pianist for the group illa Dostin chairman fancy work Dear U. P.. is best for the person.
and No. 2
been several serious accidents in that area. Some due the high school bands and the chairmanship of Mrs. singing of America the Beauti- Hood aprons chairman; gifts, Mrs.and Georgia novelties Your prayers are all answer_ LoisEastern

to the substanderedness of the road. Are we just go- choruses, the Osceola County Marjorie Krotts, pianist and organist fulMrs. ; No. 3, Mrs. J. W. Geel.
Messiah Chorus and the : Shingler, secretary and Boat Owners Must
com- Star
wait until
ing to is
someone killed because of this? chmn., jewelry and white ele-
bined choirs of the St. Cloud :Mrs. Elbert Kidd treasurer,
What if it is you or your close friends? churches. Program coordinator is Gor- gave good reports. Mrs. Robert phants; No. 4, Mrs. James Ren- Register Craft Holds ServicesST.

Is not just one life worth all the money it would After a short welcome by don E. Dawson, C of C man- L. Lewis, 1st vice president pre- neker. chmn., snack bar; No. 5,
cost to have this stretch of ager, with Willy' B. McGough Mmes. James Rinaman and Sheriff R. M. Buckels has advised CLOUD AM addenda.
road which is traveled by Mayor Fred Ford, the band and sented the names of Mrs. Thomas -
assisting. Several members of Creed Reagan, chmn., help; No. pleasure boat owners of Beautiful Rays of Light with
repaired? chorus will join in a medley Stewart for reinstatement.Mrs.
many, the school 6, Mmes. Florence Ide and Ger- Osceola who have failedto
which illustrates the rich her high faculty are doingan Thomas was accepted un- County: Mrs. Ruth French as soloist
outstanding job of assistingin trude Kessler chmn., baked register their boats that observed the annual Memorial
Gertrude itage of Christmas songs from animously.Mrs. .
.11 llcDougall'Norah \I. Dorrell Europe. Best known of all they the preparation of the pro- : Norbert Geel, Mt. Ver- goods. they will not save any money by Service at the last meeting of
Passed gram. Mrs. J. B. Laughrey, 2nd vice waiting until after the first of St. Cloud Chapter No. 46. Order
Away Monday Passed Away Tuesda traditional songs Silent Night non, N.Y., was introduced as a
originated in Germany The Band director Samuel E. Wood guest. president announced the next the new year to apply for a new of Eastern Star.
Gertrude ; worked on the script and is con- meeting Dec. 4, will be in certificate.The Mrs. Estel Shumate. worth
Longfellow
McDoug-- Norah Marv Dorrell. 73. 262 18 Christ Child, Austria; Bring a Tributes were given by Mrs.
all. 76. of 214 Lilly Street Kissim- Martina St.. Kissimmee, passes d Torch Jeanette Isabella, France; ducting the instrumental section Byron A. Wright for Esther charge of the Library Committee sheriff said many boat matron, and her officers paid
aftera and the choruses. Wood is as- and gifts for the Mental Hospital owners apparently mistakenly believe tribute to Bertha Towle, Blod-
mee passed away Monday
away Tuesday morning after ,a: Masters in This Hall, England; Quilty, Agnes Rhoads, Lyda
brief illness. She was the widowof lengthy illness. and. Deck The Halls, Wales. sisted by James R. Wade. Brown, deceased members; and should be brought to that that if they delay reregistering wyn Alliason, Carrie Morgan,

John J. McDougall who died A native of Oxford. Englandshe I. The next group of tunes are Stanley Cheren, high school for Mrs. Lewis Hall, the Junior meeting.At their boats until the new William Price and Elsie Gillis

here in 1961.A moved from Ohio to Kissim American, in origin. The band art department is co-author of past president of the Florida the board of trustees meet- year they will be charged only Lighted candles added to the

native Winthrop, Maine. mee 3 years ago. will play What Child is This and the script program narrator, Federation of Women's Clubs. ing it was voted to endorse the one-half the regular fee. solemnity. A silent tribute was

she had been a resident of this She was an Episcopalian. Go Tell It On The Mountain an and supervisor of art work and Mrs. Paul Kirkpatrick chairman candidacy of Mrs. E. H. LundyJr. The registration law enactedby given for a former faithful member

community for the past 6 years. Survivors include her husband[:. American Negro song and a soeyed construction of the scenery. of the library committee ., Pensacola for recording the 1963 Legislature provides Mrs. Agnes Rhoads and a

She was a member of the Orderof Henry W. Dorrell. Two sons. << loist will sing Jesous Anatonia City administration is provid- thanked the club for voting to secretary of Florida Federation. only that boats registered for the tourist member. Mrs. Lyda

the Eastern Star. Rebekahs. Dorrell Kissimmee and Roy ran American Indian carol. ing the tree, power and lighting, modernize the library. She an- The resignations of Mrs. Stephen first time after January 30, 19&1, Brown. At the same time mem-

t D.A.R. and Kissimmee Allstates cell Painesville. Ohio. A brother. Popular Christmas songs are and services of the Park Department nounced that .:Mrs. Jarvis Rey- Sharpe and Mrs. Hilda Binneywere will be charged one-half the re- bers of the chapter who are ill
fee.
Tourist Club.Survivors John OUalloran Oxford. Em::;. featured in the next medley bye Public address system nolds is assisting Mrs. Lillian accepted with regret. gular The fractional rate does not were remembered.Mrs. .
include one brother land. Six sisters. Mrs. Ann!< the band and chorus. These fa- will be provided by Eiselstein Gladys Litton substituted
boats and vessels sub-
Carle E. Longefellow. of Clear King Mrs. Edie Taplin and Mis;s vourite popular themes include Fisk & Joumigan Intercession City News apply to to the for Electa. Mrs.E va G. Wright,
to registration prior
ject
water and Woolrich Maine. One Ethel O'HaDoran. all Oxford -, a past grand matron of Vermont
sister, Mrs. George R. Meigs Mrs. Earl Granger. Wflloughbv. time an application for registration was honored. Don and
Ernest L.
i Bucksport, Main.!. Also several Ohio: Mrs. Frank Trenn. Mentor:. Hoskins Mrs. Gael Lemmon is made. Bessie AHcire. a past patron and

l nieces and nephews. Ohio and Miss Ada OHalloran. Succumbed Saturday WCTU Held MeetingAt This means. Sheriff Buckets matron of Portage Chapter No.
Honored WednesdayMrs. said, that any pleasure boat
( Funeral services were held at Cleveland. Ohio. Also a daugh- I whose vessel 485Onekama.MichIpa.werewelcomed.
owner was registered -
10:30 a.m. Wednesday from Gris- ter-hvlaw. Mrs. Marv Dorrell. Ernest Leon Hoskins. 64. of must the fuH .

som Chapel, wiLL the Rev. Dorr Painesvflle and 5 grandchildren- 405( East Bass St. Kissimmee.t Gael Lemmon who is Wesleyan Churchto annual previously fee regardless pay of when he Donations were made to the

Van Etten. Minister of the First Funeral services were held a passed away suddenly Saturday leaving to return to Puerto Ricn for reregistration. Masonic and O.E.S. Home and
United Presbyterian Church of- 2 o'clock Wednesday from the! night. was honored last Wednesdaywhen applies the Puson Children's charity
The sheriff warned that it is
ficiating. The funeral party left Grissom Charx. with the Rev' A native of Ohio, he bad beenhas the members of the Wom By MRS. D. OWLETT spend Thanksgiving week visiting unlawful to operate on Florida Hospital. Thanks were received
Wednesday afternoon for Win Wendall Hairlin. Vicar. en's Golf Association held a from Arcadia for the box recently -
St. Jo a resident of this community for The monthly meeting of the him. waters an unregistered pleasure
throp Maine where final servicesare Episcopal Church luncheon in her honor at the Os- sent there. Two petitionsfor
officiating the past 15 years. Woman's Christian Temperance Miss Belle Elliott returned the boat propelled by a motor in
to be held with interment to Cremation following and interment He was a retired fanner.I ceola Golf and Country dub. Union convened in the Wesleyan past week. Mrs. Jennie Lemmon excess of 10 horsepower. degrees were received.

follow in Glenside Cemetery. will be in White Haver i There are no Immediate sur- The social committee Mrs. Methodist Church with Mrs. drove from Butler Pa., bringing Opal McKeever, Ida Cunningham -
Grissom Funeral Home was in Inez Tyner and Mrs. and Lucy BUckmun were
cemetery. Wffiougjibv. Ohio. Gris Rowena The
vivors.rge Mary Frankenfield presiding. her It is good to have Miss Elliott
charge of arrangements. som Funeral Home was in dra Funeral services were held at Jewell had charge of the ar- Rev. Hayes Rickard offered back for the winter. We listed as being on the sick lilt
Officers Elected Contributors
to the box
of rangements. birthday
arrangements. 10:30 a.m. Tuesday from the Gris-
prayer. missed her last
'-I R. year. Leon
Dennett
Eugene were Lamb Alice
som Chapel with the Rev. G. W Those attending were Mmes. Solos were rendered by Miss On November 29th at 7:30 p.m. Cooper.
Wednesday
NightA
Ruth French
Rites Held Monday Allen G. Mead Cook Minister of Calvary Chapel. Bill Bulmer, Mary Scott. Beryl Nancy Turner accompanied by Miss: Priscilla McMillin will become Thanks" and Edith Elliot for
were extended
officiating. The funeral party left Spiers. Becky! Jewell Etta Mae her father with a guitar. the bride of Edwin Wheeler meeting of the Oseeola
Eugene Raymond Dennett. 77 Died Of StrokeAllen Tuesday afternoon for Orwell Lane Katie McMfflen Lou Tar- Interesting articles were read. in a ceremony at the Morrison County Art and Culture Center dishes that have been donated'Solicitations

of 313 North Beaumont Avenue Ohio where final services are to cai. Edna marker William Wal- "Dubious Heritage" by Nancy Memorial Church. Neighbors and Committee Inc. was held Wed were made for the

Kissimmee. passed awav Saturday G. Mead. 75, died L Q be held with interment to follow lis, Bob Moody Phil Kelley and Turner 4The World's Fair" by friends of the bride-elect and her nesday night for the of annual bazaar and dinner to be
purpose
held in the of
morning after several days Clearwater of a stroke Novembe 1 in Hartsgrove. Ohio. Grissom Funeral Art ffigbie. Carlos Yeoman and one by Lucille parents are invited to be present electing officers and directors. recreation area
Masonic Hall 12.
illness. 21st. He was retired general pui" Home was in charge of arCar Wallis which noted a new The reception to which all are Those elected were Dr. George on December

!r A native of Massachusetts. he chasing agent of Continental rangements.S temperance hotel in Ft. Lauder- welcome will follow in the school Beauchamp. president; Robert Refreshments were served by
i Company in New York Qt SL Cloud To Hold Martha Young and Elizabeth
had been a resident of St. Cloud : dale. dining room. Lewis vice president; Kenneth HeiIrML
for 10 years before moving to where be lived 35 years. The speaker of the evening was Mrs. Lynn Meyers has made a Duncan recording secretary;;

( Kissimmee 2 years ago. He was the brother of Mrs. C;: Wesleyan Guild To Town MeetingThe to Rev. L K. Blowers who re- business trip to Ohio by plane. Mrs. Margaret Bur, corresponding Advance Night will be Dec.observed -
W. Bressler-Pettis of Kissimmee at the next meeting
f He was a retired toolmaker. next Town Meeting of St. fated the popular statement that Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Owlett secretary; Art Held treasur
; Survivors include his wife. Lil- widow of the builder of Kissin:i Meet Monday Kite Cloud will be held Wednesday., "alcoholsim is a disease." were Sunday dinner guests of !i> awl the rehearsal is scheduled

lian Barrett Dennett. mee's Monument of States. Dec. 4th. at 10 a.m.. in City Hal The Rev. C. J. Wireman has Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wheeler of er.The directors are Kenneth Duncan .far the previous night. Dec. 4

_4 Fumeral services were held at He was born in Detroit. Mich;I The Wesleyan Service Guild of Auditorium. The Youth Cant r returned to his home here. Hope Street Louis French Art Held Dr. atT p.m.

10:30: a.m. Monday in the Gris- gan and burial will be in Peten 1 the First Methodist Church will of St. Cloud win furnish UM Mrs. Mary Frankenfield attended Mr. Stewart Phflcot. brother of Beanchamp. three year terms; -

som Chapel with the Rev. JIm- burg Michigan in the Mead fare 1 hold the annual Christmas party program. a missionary convention Mrs. Harry Chamberlain has Dr. John O Rao. Mrs. Jess The new isadeinaiei mermaid

__ my R. Cox. Minister of the First fly plot. Monday night at the borne .of This win include talks by UM in St Petersburg last Saturday. come from Minnesota to spend Thacker Mrs. Margaret Boat 1Ih Ir at Weed Wachee has been

___ Christian Church officiating Cre Mrs. George Bast. President Miss Betty Lee James;. Mr. Ross Beck is home after some time here. DarreH GOT two year terms; tIt1ed "I1eda nater toffies" and

mation followed. Grissom Funeral. Mr. and MrsHarold H. Gle;II.A. special program of Christy Mr. John Crowe Vice Pres1den1aDd | spending nine days in the hasAdult Mrs. Rudolph Simpson has Robert Lewis Rosemary Aferit- 'features. a fIt Mb doiffe: a

Home was In charge of .arrange dan visited Mr. and Mrs. mac music has been planned by the Treasurer of the t pital following a falL Two sons gone to Franklin. Pa. to pastor a ton Ed Phay and Don Htetan, DeW msdrasical pet of tn* merTHE -

I'JMBt8. Weeden Friday afternoon.; 4f the -- Division Mrs. Harold W. Janw. and wives from! Akron, Ohio are church. !one year terms. ......




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i t The Klssbnmee Gazette, KisBlmraee, -.. Tlnxrs. Nov.. :2$, 1963.,S1t hen reading class. The group , ...,.. .... -
,i 1 thanks Mrs. Helen Gill for the .,: ,, ',''Or.,, < -. );.j, >... '..; _.- Quantity Rights eRservtd Aye
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use of her recorder. The chil- Prices Good thN November 30th A r

i I Elementary School News drer were given a Thanksgiving WIMN-DIXIC COPYRIGHT TONES.IMSCRACKIN' IN*. .. .
picture and asked to write a

;!l School Hushed story impressions about:it. Here are a few
ByKennedy's
, B_ Michael Wallis-They are
having Thanksgiving. They are di j\
Death having! turkey, milk and pumpkin 't
II. pie. Everyone is happy.
They are having a holiday. i
PEGGY BRADBURY of Mother and Daddy are there. ''e- ,
By of our students. This new set
Our school was shocked Into films covers grades one throughsix They are thankful for every M :
I
dismay over the tragic eventsof and are in color. This entire thing. !
last Friday and the death of set of visual aid film strips By Terry Clements-The Pilgrims -
beloved President John F. gave thanks on Thanks
our have been completely revised
giving. We give thinks, too. We
Kennedy. and we are fortunate to receivethe
thankful for food. Mother
Through the marvelous medi-, latest and most current set. are
um of television and radio the!! Principal and Mrs. Louis Feu-I gives a good dinner. This is a
students knew of the fatal shootfc -'crstein have been hard at work:;good. holiday.B r t
ing minutes after it happened.J getting these catalogued for easy : Gregg Blain-Thanksgiving; DURING :
D STOW
is time for Thanks-t
In fact, one group of students;access by the faculty. Everyone 2 turkey. '
c were watching the regularly; is very enthusiastic over giving is a happy time. I like is I YULE SAVE DAYS ( \ t
scheduled Science on" the wide of subject Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving i
/J TV when the announcement.program i thete film gamut strips cover. areas a fun time. y..Iw T.,v................. t0
By Gary Schmidt Tom and ..... wqa weAw ....Sol O
I . : la It'wg1
came changing the science! Yes we have Chicken Pox! y Q
Betty were getting ready to eat. I '
lesron into vivid and'I 1
! a very Quite a few cases too. q s';
very real experience in the mak Mrs. Jerry Phay. librarian,l Daddy is going to carve the
ing of history. anr.ounces that 124 new books j turkey.
Throughout the school, ,there have been added to our school By Randy Buttleman-We are s
war hushed silence as children library located in the Central thankful for mothers and fa
said, each in their thers. We have a little vacation. I
own way Building. Of this total 26 booksare I Si
? silent prayers. easy readers for first and Thanksgiving is a holiday. We
The schools were closed Mon- second year pupils 65: fiction have a turkey. We have pump- ..-: ".
) d2Y. anc 33 in the science history, kin pie.
Schools will also be closed >\,usic teacher for levels one
on I I biography poetry and nature ..
I Thursday and Friday for our areas. through nine Mrs. Jean Dona- . LIMIT 6 WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE.BISCUITS.
GOOD
annual Thanksgiving holidays.!I I Mrs. Mary Ruth Rogers class hue adds a note of thanks to
t
I Students will report for classes has been studying Pilgrims. the class of Mrs. Ardath Seyler
Monday morning, December 2.i.!. These level three children were anr! the Moms and Dads who
Wednesday November 27, asked. "Would you have likedto helped to make the musical program ,,- .
ends the six weeks grading penXI. have been a Pilgrim?" for Open House a success. . ."
( Report carrels go home the Wayne Alan-"No, because These original stories are from '
1 following week on December 4. !some' of them got seasick." the level four class of Mrs.
Friday December 20, will be Jody Capps-"Yes, because I Laura Miller. ',' CAN
,t the last day of school before would have liked to ride on the By Kelly Beard-My sister's
Jj.i Christmas holidays. Children Mayflower. name is Randy. She is good.
I will resume studies Monday Gary Mackey- "Yes, because
J She is 15. She is funny. I like
p January' 6. In other words there they played'in the snow." her. She likes me and Mother
will be two full weeks of Christ-. Larry Jacobs-"No, because Ii and Father, too. J
I mas vacationing. want to be like God made me." Dosia .
By Smith-Today is my
There are 637:; new film strips I James Luckey is a new student I .
I birthday. am seven years old.I 1u
I to enrich the learning processBROASTED in the level one room of .r .
am having
my birthday par-
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!Mrs. Louise Elliott. He comes ty. .
from Illinois. ..
i In the news from Mrs. Pat B> Jerry Dulgar-I have a .
; CHICKEN 'Redgraves level four room Dirk : dog. Her name is Penny. Pennyis ..
I Story made a peek box using a a good dog. Penny has a
'j FREEZETTE circus theme. Cliff Northrop bons. Penny likes me.
DRIVE-IN I brought a 1907 nickel. The chil- BRawl Sullivan-I love Bob-
1 dren used a tape recorder in by He is my best pal. Bobby
and I like to laugh. Bobby andI
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do not like td fight. Bobby 1 (
J and I are sometimes lucky 1 4n t
.ducks.
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Mrs. Pat Tilley's level one
r A Family Matter
room has an unusual turkey
made from paper real turkey U. S. No. 1 White Bob White
l
feathers and Dad's ties (whichare
t The family alone should select the 1
r fanned out to make a tail). 1
fl funeral director who, in their opin- Mrs. Seyler showed the classes - POTATOESPork 1 1 SLL BACON
Obviously ot Mrs. Pat Nalley and Miss
ion, will serve them best. 1
Melissa! Hill how to carve arose 1
I ly, this decision should be made palm tree, and a fish out t
1. without outside influence or of plastic. Mr. Seyler is well Here bacon with
press a
1. m sure. Choosing a funeral director kncwn.is for the his owner work of in Flamingo plasticsan LB. that sweet hickory
I 0 3 9 t/ 3 9

I'I THE MEMBER.OUX should matter.always be strictly a family PI2"tics.Monica Veal brought some BAG ,1 only smoked freshness flavor has.that LB. %

Of THCGOIOEH .J;:. ,.; ..-.. real turkey tall feathers to heirobnu
,, RUU V'.,.z'1 -The 'teacher Mrs. Peg ) ,n.
Bradbury, brought a. feathei
RlEDELIO7 duster. The children enjoyed the
t III "before" and "after" display .. .. SAVE 5/2! EACH VAN CAMP . Limit 3 with $5.00 order or mor. .
Needless to say. the l'Cm was
'I 24 HOUR wen dusted at the end of th

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6 The Klsslmmre Gazette Kbglnaufc, Fla., 111nrs., Nov. 28, 1963 I it come from?" Married 4-H Bangle DayIs DAR To Hold
Schilling said creation of deposit Recently

I in burning fuel is on the Scheduled4H Meet Thursday '
Space Is Ii Hearing Is HeldExplosion outer edge of a piston; normalash
is collected and builds up -'. Bangle Day wD! be held ST. CLOUD-Jo
i : : slwe Stevens
but it is not due to any one ccnvdition. 1:' the Friday after Thanksgiving, Chapter, DAR, will celebrate its
emeConvention Of I He admitted that the ash ;: : November 29th. The Chairman in 17th birthday on December 5 in
CauseUndetermined Kissimmee is Billie Jean
accumulated more rapidly aftera Doug- the Old South Dining Room of
re-ring job done by his com las. She has arranged to met the St. Cloud Hotel
..
pany. 4-H members at the Central
The progiam, Operation-Ap-
One of the major youth religious Fowler said anything abrasive, School at 9:00 A.M. preciation, will consist of a revue -
conventions in this state such as carbon formation mightbe ; The boys and girls will be uptown of past accomplishments in
will with responsible but whether this with their bangles and
turn to the space age a Christmas Parade. Dessert
the help of National Aeronautics is a factor or not, he was not ; boxes accepting contributions to
"How
By JERRY BERSON I I His first question was, will be served at 1:30 p.m. with
& Space administration next Feb ST. CLOUD-Mayor Fred Ford did the explosion occur?" Schil- expert enough to say. He wenton ; .' I i i1&I1iiii aid the Tuberculosis Christmas Mmes. Myron Hatch, Ernest
Commission answered that "Metals in themselves are Seal Drive all day except while
ruary. and the Utilities con- ling deposits on Northrop and Creed Reagan
The Christian Youth Conven- ducted a hearing in an attemptto the piston heads scored the linerso not abrasives. A carbon combined the Christmas Parade is in prog serving as hostesses.
tion of Florida will have as its pinpoint the cause of the En- that it over heated to a with ash could be abrasive." : ress. They will have tables sell- Kissimmee members and in-
theme "Youth and Space." andit terprise engine failure. Four point where it caused gases in Texaco Oil representative said >\ ing seals for those who did not terested friends may contact
will be around this theme that I hours and thousands of words the crankcase to ignite. he couldn't add any more. Schil- receive theirs in front of Hunts Mrs. Donald Pryor, 2514 Highland

more than 500 delegates will ,focus later, although the commission. Fowler.speaking. for the fuel I I ling produced same analyses of and the Post Office. . . telephone 84T-2661-
their attention for two daysat received an indoctrination of the suppliers agreed but went on the ash, none of which indicatedthe Frank Pierrepont, St. Cloud
Tupperware Auditorium. many principles involved in the to say that he was concernedwith amount of carbon that might chairman will meet volunteersin
Announcing the program werea operation ofa diesel plant, the the large percentage of bar- have been preesnt. Two of the front of the Citizens State Party Slated For
convention committee consist- main issue was unresolved.All ium found in the deposits. He analyses, however; indicated a Bank at 8:30 A.M. They will have Home Division
ing of the Revs. Jimmy Cox and members of the City Com also stated the company has small amount of silicon, the me- .h tables for seals at the Post Of-
Arnold Pressey and Dr. CharlesTindaD. mission were present and partic- many accounts that have had tallic element in sand, which five, the Bank' acid Winn-Dixie. The annual- Christmas-- party for
ipated in the proceedings. Other satisfactory operation with the might have had an abrasive ac F 4-H members will collect all day. the American Home Department I
Included In the program is the interested parties present were Bunker C fuel and continue to do tion.Ford's df the Kissimmee Woman's Club
NASA Spacemobile program H. V. Schilling, representing the third question was "As Congratulations to Mr. and will be held at 8 p. m. Decem
which will be at the auditoriumFeb. Enterprise company; J. H. so.Waddell, representing Texaco, ?ngine manufacturer and sUppli- Mrs. C. A. Stevenson on their her 2nd at the home of Mrs.
7. The first Spacemobile Smith W. H. Fowler and R M. supplier of the lube oil which is ers what"do you recommend from fifty second wedding anniverRobert Metzger on the Orlando
program will be for the conventioneers -Wilson Pure Oil Company fuel the source of the barium agreed here on? sary which was Nov. 20. Highway
but two other programswill oil suppliers; W. Waddell and that the deposit was the primary Schilling asked that the en- : _
be held during the day. W. D. Robison, Texaco Oil Com- causative agent but took excep- gine be run on No. 2 fuel oil: Mrs. Babb. I -
To these latter shows the pany, lube! oil suppliers; and W. tion that the barium is respon- for a month to seal in new rings. Raymond I II :
school children and public of Os- McNelis, DeLaval Separator sible. He said that the bariumis His company further recommended -, I jr HIGH FUEL BILLfi
ceola invited manufac- abrasive and could the use of an additive, discussed I
County are being Company, centrifuge not an not Raymond Babb Weds
Dr. Tindall said, because this turer. be the element responsible for earlier when the use of
program is so important so basic Mayor Ford ended the meet- the scoring of the liners. Bunker C fuel is resumed. The MI mako you
that the committee believes it ing by asking the representativesof Ford stated that photos of the I company also recommends use: Carolina Girl
should be shared with those of each company to answer three liner indicate that there was an I i of a new basic lube oil to take i ir hit the
other faiths in the county and questions which he felt would abrasive action and then asked I r care of more acid formation and In a cermony of beauty and white carnations.Mrs. ceiling! ?
surrounding area. sum up much of the verbiage. the second question "Where did I that the Utilities discontinue the simplicity. Miss Barbara Jean Grady Babb mother of
practice of using the spent lube Swink became the bride of Lt. the groom wore a dress of blue CEILING HOT WHEN YOU
oil as a fuel. Franklin Raymond Babb at 4:30in : crepe trimmed in lace with I
HIT IT? THEN YOU HAVE
I Pure Oil Company representatives -
the afternoon on November 16 brown accessories. Her corsagewas
I I said they desire an opportunity in the" First AN ORDINARY HEATER!
Baptist Church of of white carnations also.A I 11
to explore further the 1
FIRESTONE Cheraw S.C. The Rev. H. D. reception was held in the
globule information received and "'' .,- ....
I McAlister officiated. church social hall immediately ::"Y :;
then would be in better ," ::
they a The bride, given in marriageby fiolowing the ceremony. Mrs. ;.' 'S
to recommenda- -
position give
her father wore a floor Richard M. Swink. sister-in-law of "" :
I tions. .
length gown of satin peau de soie the bride cut the wedding cake
j The globules. in question were with rounded neck and short and Miss Jeanette Babb, sister of
discovered by analysists of the
j sleeves, trimmed aat the waist the groom served the cake and
BIKES 1 Enterprise company and are with Venice lace. With this she Miss Rachel Jordan served punch.
I Enterprise company and are their wore elbow length gloves. Her Miss Catherine Snell who kept
tives to the fuel. In general, the
pill box hat was covered with the bride's register and Richard
fuel people against the use
are
Venice lace and her shoulder Swink brother of the bride was
of additives but in this case they
length veil was of pure silk illu photographer.For .
would not make recommen- ;
any sion. The bridal bouquet was a traveling Mrs. Babb chosea
dation one way or another. white orchid encircled by white three piece suit of green wool.
The Texaco representativesagreed
pinnochio pom poms with satin Her hat was green trimmed with
.
that better lubrication
streamers. brown. With this she wore brown
would the engine cleaner
keep
FROM Miss Nola Jean Pridgen of At- accessories and the orchid lifted '
and combat:! arid:
\ lanta, Ga. was maid of honor. .from her bouquet. s '
Her dress was a gold street I Mrs. Babb is the daughter of A v
Footlighters length dress of peau de soie with Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Claude
$295' matching overskirt and gold Swink and is a graduate of Cher
Postpone PlayDue shoes. She carried a nose gay of aw High School, Georgia Baptist 1'
bronze chrysanthemums with sat- Hospital School of Nursing of '
to the crowded activitiesof in and tulle backing showered Atlanta and Stetson University : 1
the approaching Holiday Sea- with bronze porn poms and satin DeLand, Florida. She is a member ,
son and the enforced absence streamers. of Zelta Tau Alpha Social' t \ ;
from the County of the Director Bridesmaids were Miss Betty Sorority and Beta Beta honorary '
'Duncan and several members of Russell of Atlanta and Miss Linda biology society. She. was employed O 0 '' 5\\ a
the cast. the second Footlight Babb, sister of the groom of at Georgia Baptist Hospital .S

Firestone Home & Auto SupplyPAT ,Theatre Guild play of the season Kissimmee. Florida. Their dresses School of Nursing as an instructor rw \k
"Death Takes a Holiday, will were the same as the maid of of Orthopedia.Lt. .
be postponed from its original honor.Lt. Babb is the son of Mr. and j j .
December dates to Thursday, Bill McRae of Columbia,, Mrs, Grady Babb and is a grad- j
ALLEN OWNER Friday and Saturday." January Kenneth Hatfield of"Sumter' and uate of Osecola High School of I never waste
16, ,17, and 18 of 1964.McGRORY'S John Francisco of DeLand, Fla. Kissimmee and of Stetson Univer I ii iiiiiiI 1__rLE heat on the

Wedding music was furnishedby sity. He received his commissionin ceiling out
GAS HOME HEATERS
Mrs. Dixon Covington and the U.S. Army Chemical Corps.He the chimneyIt
Donald Burch. Mr. Burch sang is a member of Pershing
"Whither Thou Goest" and "The Rifles and Scabbard and Blades
pays for Itself with the fuel It saves
Wedding Prayer. both honorary military socities j
The bride's mother Mrs. M. and of Kappa Delta Phi national

C. Swink, wore a teal blue sheath honorary educational society. I We don't blame you for hitting the ceiling if you con
11 dress trimmed with satin peau de After a wedding trip to Gatlin- tinually pay for heat you don't get! The new SIRCLER
J.j'. .I 'I soie with matching hat, gloves burg, Tenn., the couple will make i' Gas Home Heater wrings the heal from the gas flame

".. : and shoes. Her corsage was ofLutheran their home_in Maryland.The __ I then pours out SUPER FLOOR HEAT. With nSIKGLEK

;'.. I I II : you can expect undreamed of healing CHW-

.... .. .:.:.: fort no over-heated ceilings and low, low furl .bite.. So
:
: : I Church I don't demonstration hit the ceiling! . hit your Siegler dealer for a hvt



.I Scene of Wedding. I

..,.' .' I -- -----0
PARKS FURNITURE CO.
John E. Schuetzner and Mrs. special Thanksgiving Serv-
Gladys McKenney were united ice will be held at Trinity Lutheran -
in marriage Sunday morning at Church on Thursday morningat KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUDWE
the close of the service held at 9:30The pastor, the Rev.
i.' Trinity Lutheran Church in Kis j"Henry Young will preach on tht-

: simmee. The double ring cere- [,theme. "Look Up and Give HAVE BOTH GAS AND
\ mony was used and Mr and Thanks!" Both the senior and the
I Mrs. George Siegel attended the I junior choirs under the direction OIL HEATERS IN STOCK.

couple The wedding music wa lof Mrs. Walter Watkins will sing i i iI
L...
Walter Watkinsand I
Mrs.
by
'j 'l" played --
!( the Rev. Henry Young of. i
., . ficiated. A coffee hour which featured
.
': < ...
; ;
: Y6' : '" ; ( {t,.'' : t.;
.. i
;.. { '. "4 a large wedding cake was:
held in their honor after the
service and was in charge of ffij

} SUNDAY AFTERNOONS Ie Mrs. Ernest Krasman and ladiesof
t I. the congregation. The couple

FROM 1 P. M..706 P. M. ; will brief reside honeymoon at 526 Broadway to the Keys.aftera
'
The Thankoffering Service SAVE
THROUGH DECEMBER I4 sponsored by Trinity Lutheran )

Church Women was also held in 1 \ 1-r J---1 I

., 'Onnection1tth the Sunday
t (
.. YOUR
.' WHERE
-' 1:=t i,: ...l: : morning service. Those who took .

.. -., part were: Mrs. Andrew Ham. MONEY EARNS
mack, Mrs. Harry Miles Miss

Martha Rylander Mrs. Emil .
Evenson. Mrs. Carl Lekander.


t FREE COKES AND COFFEE Watkins.brought Mrs Martin Krasman All in Stephenson women their and Thankoffering of Mrs.the Mrs.church Walter Ernest I''; .4 %


boxes which were placed on the

: altar. ; PER ANNUM
The Trinity Lutheran Church
Women's Christmas party will beheld I K.DIVIDEND
:+ next Tuesday evening. Dec

v+ ; 3. 7:30 at the church. The pro [COMPOUNDED AND

p WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR: gram entitled.will be"A in Prelude charge of toChristmas" PAYABLE QUARTERLY]

Mrs. Henry Kemerer. Miss
: :
f 4 SPECIAL. SALES SUNDAY Martha Rylander and Mrs. Allan .. -
-
.' Charlton. Hostess for the eveningwill
t AFTERNOONS.McCRORY'S. 3 be Mrs. Joseph Shea. Mrs.
Andrew Hammack. :Mrs.' John
Schuetzner and Mrs. Henry
Yoang

4r EgleyParsonsVows

RecitedTheron

(Brother) Egloy of Kis-
simmee and Susan Parsons of
(
Black Mcuntain, N. C. were

night united at in 8 p.m.marriage in a garden Saturday wed I FIRST FEDERAL' g I I

KISSIMMEE ding held at the home of the
._' ; td groom's mother Mrs. Bea Egley. J sa1dLc&asccI9frbncposcEOC4; OOUNTYICISSI
Rev. Jimmie Cox officiated
Mee S T, CLOUD
and the couple were attended by .
,
Scottie Saul and Roy Reynolds. _.. <> 4, ;C-i -' '" ,

_:R Following a wedding trip they .
will make their home at Homestead MIMttt fEXu.1IA'nHGs AND LOAN WSMANCZ COfOATON'
Fla.




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Minimum FOR SALE 14 ft. the Estate of Mary Wleneck deceased -
charge up : fftreglas boat LEGAL NOTICESIN
; that she has filed petition REAL
to 15 words._.._.._..._._75c 35 h. Mercury motor. Also: for final discharge and that she
trailer. 5575. 104 Drury Ave. REALTORAMA THE COURT OF THE COUNTY will apply to the Honorable 0. P. SHRIMP
Each additional word.... Sc JUDGE OSCEOLA COUNTY. Johnson Ccunty Judge of Osceola ESTATEEarl
Classified STATE OF FLORIDAIN County. Florida, on the 9th day of< In A Basket
Display BOAT FOR SALE-15 fibre- RE: ESTATE OF December 1963 for approval of

(Boxed) per inch........$1.10 glass offshore type wide IDA MAY CLARK same and for final discharge as H. Schmidt and wife to
deceased Executrix of the Estate of Mary FREEZETTEDRIVEIN
Ralph Banter and wife. KIssimmee.
Deadline for all Classified deep safe. Side curtains back- NOTICE OF FILING PETITION Wleneck. deceased. J5400.

Advertising 5 P.M.Tuesday drop. New convertible top and HERE'S ONE OF FOB FINAL DISCHARGE OF This 4th day of November 1963. Mae Johns to Mae Johns and Carl
EXECUTOR LOUISE WALTER
ANCILLARY A. Johns love and affection.
prior to publication. new battery. 35 lIP electric I THE RARE FINDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Executrix of the Estate of Charles W. Fessenden and wifeto
starting Evinrude and trails that I have filed my final return as Mary Wleneck. deceased. Gus
ruroes Ancillary Executor of the estate of Brinson and :McWhlrterAttorneys Pi .. $.
CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING 847-4361 after 5 pjn. or Saturday *, Ida May Clark. deceased: that I at Law S@'flerandwlfe.Hopwood"I' STOYII.ItIRIGIaA: TOR3

RATES have flIed my petition for distribution Klsslmmee, Florida to Jesse
and for final discharge and Nov. 7. 14. 21. 28, 1963 $3.500. !; USED
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHUr 4 IR 2 BATH HOME that on December 11. 1963. I will Warren D. Haffleld and wife and >
Honorable O. P. Johnson SUIT
Phone 847.2881 apply to the NOTICE OF Richard V. Hopkins to Hammond FURNITURE
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS.+ County Judge of Osceola IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE K. -:aria Vero Beach. $600. I
To Place Your Ad OSCEOLA OIL CD. 1110 County, Florida for approval of NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Warren D. Haffleld and wife and S w.HThurmend101S
I said final return and for an orderof AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCEOLA. Richard V Hopkins to A. P.
NORTH MAIN ST. 847-39O. distribution and for discharge TATE OF FLORIDA. In Chanc- Eaughman Vero Beach. $600. I West tChvrdi dptANOO
as Ancillary Executor of the estateof TIMOTHY HERRICK Plaln- William Earl Humphrey and wife
Ida May dark deceased. tiff. vs. CATHERINE A. HER to George Cromley. Buffalo. N.Y
ARTICLESfOR October 31. 1963. RICK. Defendant NOTICE OF $12.300. newer For AH Occasion
FOR HINT tArthur D. Clark SUIT. The State of Florida to Clara Miller to Clara Miller and ,
SALE 500 DOWN 82 MONTH Ancillary Executoras CATHERINE A. HERRICK. You Phoebe E. Hoffman minimum
aforesaid notified that a suit In I ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST
are hereby : stamps.
j
-- I Ifld.. taxes and i insurance. Phillip R. Kelley equity for divorce has been brought' Kirby Morgan and wife to Rudy I>
Carpets and life too can be beau. P.O. Box 331Kisslmmee. against you by Timothy Herrick In Bass and wife Kenansvlllc. 14.000.Delmont '!

BABO Apr.BARN tiful if you use Blue Lustre. Redecorated thruout, ready to move into. ATTORNEY. Florida FOR the Circuit Circuit Court In and of the County Ninth Judicial Roy G. Turner.Marklns Cleveland and wife Ohio to''

CemlM tel Zippers 3.;' 'T4&Rratke Rent electric shampooer 51.00. ANCILLARY EXECUTOR Osceola. State of Florida.. and you $7.500. : 15 KOUWAT M7-4H
7e; Ear B.b. 1e': Sk.es$7e November 7. 14. 21. 23. 1963 are hereby summoned ordered and j Anthony Montague to Leslie
; Seeks lie; Plll w. 7j Parks Furniture Company.FOR required to file your written answer I i Padgett and wife St. Cloud. $900. '
Shirts SI; Pasts $1; Dresses NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSNAME or defenses to the Complaint Leo F. Nolllnger and wife to
I
S1.M; aSIc; Nyl.a. Sf.| RENT-Four room, heated LAW lied herein against you In the Velma E. Schrecengost and husband LEARN. BARBERING
Haakles fte: Paatles 19.; Belt TO ALL WHOM IT above entitled cause. In the officeof St Cloud. $3.900 I
tftej Cap 15e; Spreads S3.M; apartment furnished. Adults MAY CONCERN: the Clerk of the Circuit Courtn Albert W, Wilson to John Martin Inure Year fvUrc U a
Hair Net 4c; T-Skirt Me; only. No stairs. 617% Patrick NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN and for Osceola County Florida and wife. Klsslmmee $2.000. .ell-paJI. prefessleaDay
Nearly' Everybody' Trade at The St. that pursuant to the "Fictitious at his office In the Court House In Myrtle Crocker and husband to a NlRkt eta.--
Bargala Bara. Come t* Slbert Section 865.oa of Florida on or before V A. Approved
Name statute, Kissimmee. Philip T Justice and wife and
Villa Warekoate la D ..algal FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS the 1941 Florida Statutes the undersigned the 6th day of January A.D. 1964. John B. Akers and wife. St Cloud, Orlando Barber CeHegeM
f IIID Lately. F*l.w the I FOR RENT-TraIler spaces for who are the only par'ties and to serve a copy of such answer $3.000. M S. OrMfe Bt*.*.a Tr.
BARGAIN BARN
Week Amd I rent. Private property. Peaceful interested in the hereinafter vr defenses upon Brinson and Mc- Alfred A. Holbrook and wife to OA 4-WM
Op*
Dy
'Saadsys I named business enterprise will present Vhlrter.. Attorneys for Plaintiff Earl C Plerpont and wife, Kls ;
and quiet.[ Older people pre- INC. proof of publication of this herein. whose address Is Post Of- slmmee.: 4000. -- ..
ferred. 847-4605. Notice and register with the Clerkof ice Box 348. Kisslmmee Florida.on Ralph L. Cooper and wife to I
FOR SALE- Cowboy outfit including 2 Broadway Kissimmee the Circuit Court of Osceola or before said date as requiredby Ralph C. Thompson and husband I Call* ,
County, Florida the fictitious name law. If you fail to do so a Decree St. Cloud. 1200. ,
9&
boots size Texas FOR RENT "Trailer
$50 I
per will be entered
847-3156 847-3157 "Organized Maintenance Service, Pro Confesso Carl W. Rledel. as executor, to Parks Furniture Co.
hat size 7%, brand new suit. month. Trailer sleeps three, $60 under which they are engaged In against you for the relief demanded Clyde E. Story. Klsslmmee. $2.8UO. '

size 42. Original cost over $100. per month. Room with cooking business at Kisslmmee Airport. In the Complaint. Eva A. Phelps to Dorothy u I.pear of Yew
Klsslmmee. Osceola CountY Florida WITNESS my hand as Clerk of Killer $4.000.Arthur 'or Prompt
Offered at $25. Call Howard E. privileges, $45. Two cabins with this 1st day of November, A. D. said Circuit Court of Osceola J. Morgan to Charles R. REFXIOfftATOK

Foster, Sands Motel, Orlando, kitchenettes $35 each. All util- CARD OF THANKS We wish ;10.00 Down $8.00 month. Extra ,1963. County. Florida Klsslmmee.and the seal Osceola of Wampler and wife. Klsslmmee. *,..,. M7-4171
RutkovlU said Court at H2.000.
Daniel E.
Harden ) ities Heavens to thank our friends for the choice home sites. Trailer Major
20777. extra. large
are View Lillian C. Rutkovitz County. Florida en the 26th day Canaveral Orange Groves Inc,
Trailer Court 1518 Ernest St.. kindnesses shown us followingthe or business lots. Electric and Nov. 7, 14. 21. 28 1963 of November. A. D. 1963. to Canaveral Acres. Inc.. Miami
FOR SALE Deluxe cabin fits /GLENN RAY $1f.400.
: on accident which caused the ;
near Jr. High School, Kissim- good water. Tropical Park on Ninth Judicial Circuit Court. Osce- Clerk of Circuit Court Christian Science
pickup truck. sleeps 4. Refrigerator mee. 8474138. death of our loved one, Johnny, route 441 in North Kissimmee. ole\ County. Florida. In Chancery. Osceola County Florida SEEUSFORALLTYPESThe

gas etc. Ideal for and our hospitalization. No. 6588. Brownie Wise and Jerry (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Society

camping, hunting, fishing. Al For RENT: Two bedroom, furnished Madge and Little John McGinnis FOR SALE: two homes ITS' x et Wise.al. Plaintiffs Defendants.vs. Suit:M. L.to Yowell.Quiet Attorneys BRINSON for AND Plaintiff McWHIRTER Each Wed. B p.m.

uminum. Cost $3,000, sacrifice house. Screened front Dcwayne and Nancy Lanier 128' on West Vine Street. Both Title. NOTICE OF SUIT. THE Kissimmee. Florida I
for Excellent STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Helen Nov. 28. Dec. 5. 12. 19, 1963 309 N. Randolph
$2,250. condition. porch, utility room. 915 Pat. for $12,000. Call 8472398. W. L.
Yowell Lemkhe and Fred Lemkhe.
Like new. Phone 8472833. rick. Apply 913 Patrick. CARD OF THANKS-We are sin. Ketchum. her husband whose Post Office ad IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Sunday Service 11 a.m.

i-erely grateful to friends and dress and place of residence are COURT OSCEOLA COUNTY. Sunday School 9i30 a.m.GREEN'S .

Your license to Steal-Clean 1961 FOR RENT: Three room apartment neighbors for their many kind FOR SALE: Houses, (NOT unknown. If alive and If they or I FLORIDA.NO. 4697.

Ford 6 cyl. 4 door sedan. $850. on lake front. Furnished. nets of sympathy during our LAND) wood floors. Can be either of heirs them devisees are dead legatees their unknown asslgnees IN RE: ESTATE OF Kissimmee

847-2463. With carport. By month or season sad bereavement; especially seen In Holopaw. Call Orlando lienors. creditors or othe: WILLIAM NOTICE McKINNEY.OF SALE Deceased. FUEL

Can 847-3886 after 5 p.m. the highway patrol, sheriffs 277-7601 and 2776372. persons claiming by through claim o NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
under them and all
persons
FOR SALE Used ; Gazette
lumber that the undersigned Admlnlstrartx -
office title interest In Sales and Service
and hospital staff. Our Ing any right or
of the Estate of William Mc-
plumbing APARTMENTS FOR FOR SALE Three bedroom
supplies, galvanized RENT$0. : and to the property herelnafte
appreciation cannot be adequately Kinney. deceased will sell the following -
roofing full inch material suit $11, $12 per week. Mrs Paul house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x described In Osceola County. Flo described property belonging 847.2881
expressed. rids viz: PHONE 147-41n
MM1MKISSIMMff
able for farm and ranch use. Davis, 114 Emmett Street. 300. Air conditioned. Priced to to said estate to-wit:
All of Block (3) of A. C. Barbeau's I-
C. W. King and family Lots 2 to 7. inclusive of Led-
Evans Hardware. 847-1564. sen. Contact Betty Eby. 847- Subdivision according to better's Subdivision. Osceola I
FOR RENT Kitchenettes the recorded Plat thereof recorded SAND ROCK

: ... 2881 or 8474266. County Florida according to the For Gas Delivery: Phone
in the Office of Clerk of the
official thereof filed and MORTAR MIX
rooms and trailer apartmentswith plat as I i Harold 847-2O58
Circuit Court. Osceola County Wigal
REAL ESTATEFOR recorded in the office of the
, lake and shuffleboard. By FOR SALE in very nice neighborhood Florida. In Plat Book 1. Page 103. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Os STEEL & WIRE MESH I R. A. FU ch.f 847-4539
week month 2 landscaped NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ceola Florida Kenneth IIed.oe
SEWING MACHINES or year. Capitol -on beautifully Plaintiffs County. ,
Motel St. Cloud. 441. lots 3 bedrocm 1% tile have instituted suitagainst at a public sale to the highest and I 892-7695 (St. Cloud]
I Hwy you In the above Court to
best bidder for cash on December
1963 Whit. Zig Zag, like new, SALE Large furnished baths. Florida room, work Quiet Title in the Plaintiffs to the 18. 1963. at 12:00: o'clock noon at II For Gas Service: Phone

makes button holts, mono- FOR RENT room unfurnished family home: Near schools and shop. Swimming pool with fil- you above are described hereby required property.to and answeror that the Courthouse in Klsslmmee, Os I J. ft. Rou& .. 847-4062
ceola County. Florida. Robert Alien
house. 8 Brack Street CaD 847- downtown area, paved st., ter and file written defenses on or before -
grams, fancy stitches all without cleaning equipment.Can Dated this 18th day of November 0 Emory ftroaton 847-4570
3702 after 6 148 148 3 December 10. 1963. with
p.m. shady corner lot x uie 1963.
be FHA
attachments. purchased on or above Court and serve a copy DELLA ENGLE leo Girovrd 8 7.2061I
bedroom. 2V& bath home. conventional financing, $18,500. thereof on the below named Attor Della Engle. Administratrixof R. H. Hole 892.1212, St. Cloud

Take Up. Paym.nts of '7.42. s Screened porch on 3 sides Liv Come in or call: Florence Har ney, or a Decree Pro Confesso will the Estate of William I. or coM<< H. T. Simmons, Mgr.

POODLE, ,GROOMWG, 6 :Ing. routs ,24 x, 27 extra, large be taken against you. .McKlnney, .deceased. "C- .,- -KiSSIMMEETRANSITMIX '. J .... _-...,- -- .
WRITE CREDIT ADJUSTER nett; Assoc. with W. H. Morse WITNESS my hand and seal at W."Overstreet Jr.. I ---

711 NORTH MILLS Phone 847-3670 7 bedrooms., .2 car garage. Built Corp. 323 Broadway. 847-3133 Kissimmee. Osceola County Florida Attorney for Administratrix Robert O'Berry 847.32
this November 4, A.D. 1963.
be Box 492. KIssimmee. Florida
for gracious living. Can purchased C G Tyner 847-4487
ORLANDO FLORIDA after 6 p.m. or Sunday 847-2241. GLENN RAY Nov. 21. 28. Dec 5, 12. 1963 John Evens ,
$f Cloud 8923482Radio
L RITA HUNT on contract with $6000 Clerk of the above entitled Phone: 847-3524

I down and bal. at $125 per FOR SALE: In Orange Gardens Court v RESOLUTION I
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 14-53
month. No closing costs. Or exclusive listing, 2 bedroom 1 Phillip R. Kelley A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR

finance through lending agency bath home on beautiful corner 12 East Monument Avenue' THE CITY COMMISSION TO SIT '""SS" ""
Post Office Box 331 I and
in call W. H lot. Terrazzo floors AS A BOARD OF EQUALIZATIONTO
$20,000. Come or : refrigerator Klsslmmee Florida HEAR PROPERTY OWNERS ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

Morse Corp., 323 Broadway. range. Nice home for retired ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFFNov. AFFECTED BY CERTAIN STREET
7, 14. 21. 28, 1963 coMnrn NOM axaa. sPARKS
IMPROVEMENTS AND THE GIVING
Good investmentfor
I Ask for Florence Harnett As- couple. OF NOTICE OF SUCH HEARING T V

i' soc. 847-3133 after 6 p.m. or a rental income. Cash or NOTICE TO DEF.n AS PROVIDED BY LAW FURNITURE CO.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
WHEREAS on October 29. 1963. I
Sun. 8472241. 51500 down and balance at $75
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN the City Commission adopted a 1ksI.... St. C..4
month. $9500 cash-contract AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCE Resolution providing for street improvements -
13 lots, 2 houses orange grove. $9750. Come in or call Florence OLA, STATE OF FLORIDA. IN and levying and collectIng -
CHANCERY. DAVID O. BOWLIN
$17,500.00 Income $150 month. with W. H special assessments against
Harnett assoc. Plaintiff vs. PATRICIA MUM properties specially benefited as
Idora Park-Klssimmee's Best Morse Corporation, 323 Broad POWER BOWLIN. Defendant. NO- Follows towltCENTRAL :
TICE TO DEFEND. THE STATE NORRIS CLEANERS
Eddie demons. 8472380. AVENUE-from Sproule
way 847-3133 after 6 p.m. or OF FLORIDA TO PATRICIA to Aultman Street
Sun. 8472241. MUMPOWER BOWLIN. address DRURY
FOR SALE: large trailer park unknown. You are hereby notified to Mitchell AVENUE-from Street Broadway
600 lots electric that a suit In equity for divorce SUMNER KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
subdivision STREET from Beau
FOR SALE: Exclusive listing.
and water system. Eddie de Almost new 3 bedroom 2 bath has DAVID been Q.brought BOWLIN against In the you CIrcuit by and mont Clyde Avenue Avenue to Vernon to Bermuda Avenue 103 East Dakin. Phone 847-4941

Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit
jifV. : we like *i fe t mons, 8472380. home. Walking distance to in and for County of Osceola. Stateof PENFIELD Avenue. AVENUE-from Lavon

that our job is to summoned ordered and required to
>ie darkness when if club. Built for easy house file your written answer or defenses -JACARANDA LANE-from Neptuneto

tomes to swch an rnpoftant keeping. Furnished, $14,300. to the Complaint filed herein WHEREAS.Drury Avenue.bids for the propos
Unfurnished $12,995. Come in against you In the above entltl ed paving construction have been ROTHROCK SEPTIC
matter ,a* miurpnce ed cause. In the office of the Clerkof received
and
tentatively
'.".' . . or call Florence Harnett assoc. the Circuit Court In and for. the City Commission acceptedby thereby
with W. H. Morse Corp., 323 Osceola County. Florida at his office establishing exact costs for said
In the Court House In KIssim-
t All US' Broadway. 847-3133 after 6 p.m. mee. Florida on or before the 16th paving.NOW THEREFORE BE IT RE- TANK CO.
4a
or Sun. 847-2241. day of December. A.D.. 1963. and SOLVED by the City Commission
to serve a copy of such answer or of
the City of Kissimmee. Florida.
defenses upon Thacker and Thacker. -
In
lawful session assembled that
Plaintiffs attorneys herein the City Commission sit Boardof CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS.
as a
whose address Is Box 527. Klssimrrwe
ON INSURANCE JEGAL NOTICES
QUESTION ? CALL USI said Equalization to hear property
before
Florida
: on or
owners to be assessed regarding SEPTIC TANKS A SIZE FOR EVERY NEED.
-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S date as required by law. If you fall Bald
and
OSCEOLA COUNTY. to do a Decree Pro Confesso assessments feasibility
COURT.
so. thereof at 8:00 P.M. on Tuesday CEMENT WORK 280 GALLON GREASE TRAPS
FLORIDANO. will be entered against you for the
December
3. 1963. at the City Hall.
LUPFER'SInsurance 5699. relief demanded In the Complaint. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
IN ESTATE OF WITNESS my hand as Clerk of that
REM the
be
GAYLORD. Deoeas ed.NOTICE said Circuit Court of Osceola City Manager hereby 15 YEARS EXPERIENCEK.
OF DTTENTIOW TO County Florida and the seal of instructed to notify each owner by
L, MAKE APPLICATION FOBFINAL said Court at Klsslmmee. Osceola mall of his assessments and the
Agency : DISCHARGE County. Florida on this the 12th time and place of the hearing.BE .
;7 s TO ALL, WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Cay of November A.D.. 1963. 'IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat C. ROTHROCK Owner and Operator
: (s) GLENN RAY the City Manager shall placeon *
1918-1963 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Clerk of the Circuit file In the City Hall for public LOCATED AT KISSIMMEE TRANSIT-MIX O.
that Mary Gardner ha filed her Court. Osceola County, Inspection a set of plans and specifications
final return a* executrix .f the FLORIDA along with the assessment
Estate of Cora M. Gaylord deceased (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) roll showing the properties to be PHONE 847-3524
12 Broadway-Htxt To Hit Book-847-4121 ; that she has tiled Petition for Thacker and Thacker assessed: and the amount of each
Final Discharge and that she will Attorneys for Plaintiff assessment and the number of an-
apply to the Honorable O. P. John KIssimmee. Florida nual Installments In which the assessment
son. County Judge of Osceola Nov. 14. 21. 28. Dec 5. 1963 Is divided.
County. Florida on the 16th day This Resolution shall take effect
of December. 1963. for approval of IN THE COURT OF THE Immediately upon Its adoption.
Of same and for final discharge as COUNTY JUDGE. Dated this 19th day of November. STEEL SALESAny
II For Any executrix of the estate of Cora M. OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDANo. A. D. 1963.
Gaylord. deceased. 5777 J. ADRIAN BOVIS
1963th day of November NOTICE TO CREDITORS MayorCommisslonerJACKSEN Dimension-Any Amount-Competitively
These Servicese. A. JX IN RE THE ESTATE OF ) ATTEST Priced.
aMARY GARDNER NETTIE CROSBY. Deceased ) CHARLES Truck Bodies-Boat Trailers Horse Trailers
Mary Gardner. Executrix of To all Creditors. Legatees. Distributees City Manager and Utility TraHers.BUILT .
the Estate of Cora M. and all Persons havlniClaims Duly Adopted 19th day of November AND REPAIRED.
., New Houses Gaylord. deceased or Demands against said 1963.
Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. Estate: Nor 21.28. 1963 CompUte Mobil Welding Shop All Work Iv..*..".
You and each of you are hereby
s COllURlrdtilStI"Kt8l'eS Attorney for ExecutrixBox IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Near Livestock
493Klsslmmee notified and required to present Old Orlando Highway Market.

l EATING Florida any claims which you. or either of COURT. OSCEOLA FLORIDA COUNTY. ROUTE 1, BOX 258-A KISJIMMEE
t have against the estate
Nov. 14. 21. 28. Dec 5. 1963 you. may NO. 5286.
of NETTIE CROSBY deceased late
1 1..1.1. of Osceola County Florida: to the IN RE: ESTATE OF LOU YOUNG WELDINGPHONE
SADIE
M. BRANNON. Deceased.
County Judge of said County at his ,
office In the Court House at Kls- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
I GAS Additions CARD OF THANKS simmee. Florida within six calendar MAKE APPLICATION FOB 8473898OSCEOLA

T. die May MMfical ... sdtMI ........ first months publication from of the this date Notice.of the TO ALL FINAL WHOM DISCHARGE IT MAY CON-

AIunIiRIIIRSi.RI staffs -.kMn.cfcwxfc ...- Each claim or demand must be In CERN
For clean, odorless, even eating, you just can't ton a4 st.i.ats wh. .hi May ..... writing and must state the placeof NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
.H.,.. residence the claimant and that E. Dale Brannon has filed his TIRE
ways iprtssaJ camera ala, of
improve on Greta's Fuel Gas heating appliances! final report as ancillary executorof
must be sworn to by the claimant
prayws ... aiatarial taiaff tfwiaf the the Estate of Sadie M. Brannon
Whether you choose central heating, vented wall .. Aluminum iMf ...ti .tf ...... .. .. ....... will his agent become or void attorney according or the to same law deceased; that he has filed petition SERYiCELTAS

heaters or other approved types of heat headed, sibs sad sea. .. grdd.8yad This toe 12th day of November for final discharge, and that he
space AwC R" a...bly.sp..r tanks.EsMdaBy 1963. will apply to the Honorable O. P

ing there Is no heating like gas heating with we wO a. .ttraaHy flratM .- Merrtel Belle KIneAdministratrix Johnson County Judge of Osceola Custom Recapping
.. bwrMtf Dan L of the County. Florida, on the 23rd day
t ialrtir TM
Green's Fuel Gas.GREEN'S. Si.refftit Estate of of December. 1963 for approval of 223 9. BERMUDA
VM BtM, .. t.4lgm.I B.Tiwr,facfry same and for final discharge as
,U....... MtofS aa4 ...... staff at OstMlagfc deceased.CROSBY. ancillary executor of the Estate ofSadie PHONE 847.2297
ScaML TWir wOaMMS t* carry.. BRINSON AND MeWUlRTEK M. Brannon. deceased.
aa4 a. SMraaf Attorneys for AdministratrixKlsslmmee. This 12th day of November.A.D. .
1It..t a 8..d |1M wes s greetMBfert
A& Florida 1963.
.
FUEL
to Mr. a.-U W. ft Stiffens -
Nov. 14 21. 23. Dee. 5. 1963 */ E. DALE BRANNON
ni tha Caaaty Staff .. seed earffcaaks E. Dale Brannon Ancillary WISE ECONOMIZEEXTRA
BE
1 far the Msarstaa afl aai help IN THE COURT OF THE Executor of the Estate of -
1I I} i ....... COUNTY JUDGE. Sadie M. Brannon. deceased
Ta Or.L L Spin Dr.C rtet.,mi OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA Murray W. Overstreet Jr.
hlh. c. M.+rt, ...k.'TaIANGLB' the Staff.f the ........ RMfjitoi .... NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Attorney for Ancillary Florida Executor QUALITY BLOCKS AT NO EXTRA COST.
MAKE APPLICATION FOB Box 492. Klsslmmee.
ear apsrirfatiii far ffcak fciaa'aau aadMir FINAL B1SCHABGSLX Nov. 21. 28 Dec. S. 12. 1963 PHONE 847-4021
PARKS FURNITURE CO. M .&.. affwt.Ta RE: THE ESTATE OF

f taa XI Alpha. fU. Cas,tM at Rite MARY WIENECK. Deceased Florida fishermen hauled in

See Us,For Your -.Appliencesu BUILDBfG .... Phi .... w deepest.ppr..411II. ALL IN WHOM PROBATETO IT MAY CONCERN 558475 worth of tagged fish during OSCEOLA CEMENT PRODUCTS MC.

KISSIMMEE - ST. CLOUD 11 !4wrt 8C.MTZSTt. ......" I.MkfJUJI AND SONS, : the JOS: Schlitz Brewing Com ,

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pany's 1963 Florida Der NEPTUNE ROAD KiSSIMMIi1nwnf'Je
847-417t. 892-2011' I ML Mt.!..J8III i L WBtUC THAT LOUISE WALTER has file Fishing I
her final report as Executrix o f by. There were 1.8$ fish caught.

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For Public Education Named CIIS BoardTwo

FarmGroveRanchNews : - Thanksgiving Brings Floridians spent W99.4W.WW m Osceob! County resident<;

tax monies for public education have been aafMitated. to the board

and Reviews at all levels during the 1962! ticcal of directors al the newly' formed

"'f families year the Florida State Chamber Central Florida Division of the

i. Kissimmtt Ccztttt, }ffov. 28. 1963 Pogt 8 TogetherBy of Commerce reported yesterday Ott>dren's Home Society of Flor,
in its Weekly Business Re Ida.W.

view. H. Mane, W. H. Morse
BETTY EBY Mrs, Getty's aunt, of Buffalo. "This education total was op Corp., Ktafanmee, and Mrs,, J

Today we pause to give New York now of Clearwater. one per cent over the previousyear R. HaMCben. St. Cloud will -op.

County Agent CommentsRanchers Thanks-thanks for our freedom George Carnal of Orange while expenditures for edu- resent Oaceoia County on the 3 1-

4t. .- thanks for our friends Gardens is a patient at Bay cation throughout the nation moved member board.

.,.y' t.'r .,. and thanks for our loved ones.L Pines Hospital.Mrs. up 7 per cent", the Review The Central Florida DK; i lan'
Should It L also is an occasion for family Tommy (Sarah) Hornerof pointed out."Monies of the 62-year old statewide ad' pttan

and friends to get togetherand Woodstown, New Jersey spent for public universities agency .has just been crated !-

partake of the hapless and her daughter Linda are junior colleges and local making the seventh such dt

t bird.Miss vsiting Sarah's parents, Mr. schools by the state and all: ision in the state for CHS Jr?

Check For Nitrate h Carol Sue Hutchinsonof and Mrs. D. L. Autrey. local governments are includedin I will be comprised of Lake, Sum

Boynton Beach is spending Margie Kern left last week the Florida figure, It also in- ter. Osceola,, Seminole and Orange

the holidays with her parents, for Fairfax, Virginia where cludes those federal funds spent r: Counties and will hive rt-
Ry ..miCounty SMITU although cattle. are the most the James L. Hutchinsons. she will spend the holidays.: under school lunch and vocational I headquarters' In Orlando UTIOM: :
Agent susceptible.Com. The Nelson Makinson's and
education and impactedarea
Rancher should Ixon the sorphum and oats are the of Kissim- programs t.btsociety opened an office ::1\* .
Harry Northrups
covercdare I
aids in Florida. Not
130 Pasadena Place last
!
itch for nitrate poisoning when main crops causing nitrate pois mee and the Nelson Makinsons Wool Sales Must educational grants to private April
This has been
move planned (t.
turning oattle inn new pasture (oning. However clovers, alfalfa Jr. of Pompano will spend Be schools or individuals. I:
and
CompletedAll bring quicker more direct
t-r forage. and grasses may occasionally become the .
holidays together.Inez "The Florida total figures out
service to the residents of QQ:
-
in nitrate when fertilized
Bt'fturning cattle in on asuspected high Sat (Peanut) Whidden visited details of marketing either to $92 for every resident of fee five counties in the new diis.en: "

crop first have it analyzed has healyth been found nitrogen.that nitrate l x .- her parents, Mr. and MrsH. wool or lambs will have to be state a drop of 3 per cent below CHS is a member agt'ncy cJ
It
." B. Jones, at Ft. Pierce. 1961. The comparable national average -
chemically or feed the > completed not later than December the Osceola County United \ >
levels in feeds between one-half !
-' ,41 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brooiii- 31 in order to receive last year was $118. up 5
suspected' material to a scrub caused milk pay- t peal as well as 23 other Unit )
and 1 cent
per pro- field have arrived from their
cowto see: if she will tolerateit. while 1 ments for the 1963 marketingyear I per cent. Florida's rank among Appeak throughout the area
duction to drop slowly, I
home at ,Mineola, New Yorkto E. Story office the 50 states in per capita expenditures -
There are several commercial to 1.5 cent will cause milk GETTING READY The city crew went to work this Clyde ,
per the winter. educationwas
laboratories in the statewhere .production to drop rapidly in week getting the town ready for Santa's visit Friday at the Mr spend and Mrs. J. R. Hutchinson Stabilization manager for and the Conservation Agricultural 44."State. for public I "New buildings and eqmpTic-:
be
nitrate:n content crop can at a nominal checked cost.for four to five days. Death will occur annual Christmas parade. Hugh Floyd rides in the bucket and Mr. and Mrs. John Committee, pointed out this universities and public I at public universities and i'oCt' j:

Should the be when nitrate levels exceed while Worth Cain Dan St. Clair and Cecil Moore assist ny Lee and children of Mulberry week. junior colleges received 13900.|I in the state last year alun:, J

in nitrates crop then dangerouslyhigh feed low 1.5 per cent. from the ground. (Photo by Eby) spent last weekend with Marketings completed after 000 last year, a gain of 6 per cent I I I for 513.900.0a (odwn 16 per ,YT.:
What causes the high accumu- and 965,700,000 was spent fc;
the J. L. Hutchinsons. national movedup
while the figure
December 31 1963 will be
elig-
nitrate feeds such as ear com, ,
lations of nitrate in crops? Contributing Mr. and Mrs. Don Dehnhoff 13 cent. Florida public i new elementary and high Mrools
ible for for the 1964 per
molasses citrus to dilute payments
or pulp factors to the accumu- ... ;" arrived from Findlay I| a drop of 4 per cent These
have received $412.800,000.
i schools upa
the animals Intake of the ,' .,. marketing
crop. lation are acid solids, limited ..: l'' '.' ; Ohio to spend the winter year. fraction compared with a 5 per:'amounts for capital outlay ar'
As announced the U.S. Department
Nitrate poisoning: causes the moisture in the soil following a : ;T 'lP' here. by cent gain nationally. The expenditure -i included in the Florida totalI
? of in Oc-
blood to become incapable of good growing period, low temperatures ; : A' On the birthday list this Agriculture for schools for the handicap I "Interest on debt, wtlt"em"nfunds
tober 1962 the 1963
:;-arr>in:?; oxygen. As a resuU.'lifficuUy in the range of 55* F., } \ S :; week are Sarah Clark, Fred under, the wool marketingyear I ped and for other special educa-!' and costs of agn,'u'urjv*' t

: in breathing occurs fol. and too much shading The stageof Burton, Betty Padgett, Joyce has been shortened payment to tion in Florida came to $12.700.-''experiment station are rv"' t=:,

toned by \\eakness.\ The animal maturity also determines the Wi t Reasner, Mike Haddock, Dale ; the program 9-month period from April 1 I [ !
may die'within one to four hours amount of nitrate in a crop. Al- Rooney Edgar Padgett Kenny 1
especially if it has been exert though much: is known about nit- 4' Stark, ,Ray Thacker, Patricia through December 31, 1963 in 1 j
order to shift the wool market1ing
!:vigorously.. rat e poisoning, these factors .It' -- and Arthur Logsdon, Ricky tabulation

Sheep swine and horses are make it difficult to recognize until - Grissom, Bill Heeren, Geneva basis year to a calendar-year j

also subject to nitrate poisoning. too late.Market. Hooten Artyie Galbreath, ]
,
Therefore, if any part of a sale {
Murphy Malvin Sam-
Frances of lambs or wool is not settled :
Sales .r uel, Oliver Norris, Bob Best, by December 31, the sale will ,i SCHMIDT
325 Head
Tommy Smith, ,Robert Crow- ,
not be considered as one taking
Are ReportedThirteen ell Bobby Hansell Laura
place in the 1963 marketing ,i
Carte Lanny Roberts, Allen
RAMBLER
Sold AtMarket Florida Livestock Williams, Raymond Schmidt, year. This means that all the r,i
information needed to complete j I
Markets reported gross receiptsof Shere Patrick Best wishes to '
the sales documents and show
$465,541.15 during the past each of you.
week Mr. W. O. the net sales proceeds for wool
according to Mrs. Wiliam A. Sawyers
INJURED-Jerry Woods son of Mr. and Mrs. Milo SPECIAL
has to be determined and avail-
Whittle, chief of Florida State
At has returned to her home at
the Kissimmee Livestock
Farmer's Markets. Woods was injured when his automobile went out of con- able by December 31 in order to
:Market Wednesday 325 cattle and 1716 Janet Street after spending *
calves were sold compared to Last week's sales at 17 mark- trol on the rain swept Neptune Road early Monday morn several weeks visiting in be eligible.

175 a week ago. No change from: ets included 7,358 cattle and ing. He was taken to Florida Sanitarium where he is the north. She visited Mr. Under program regulations,I

last Wednesday except slaughter calves; 4,484 hogs and pigs; 4 listed on the critical list. Woods was on his way to workat and Mrs. Wm. A. Sawyers Jr wool is not marketed until title
goats and 1 horse. in Baldwin L.I'f Mr. and Mrs. has passed to the buyer, the i $ SAVINGS ON A '63
steers and heifers and stocker Starling Chevrolet when the accident occured. (Photo wool
Individual Market Summaries has been delivered either
heifers too few for quote. by Eby) Robert J. Sawyers in Mer- 8 0000 CARL SCHMIDT
follow: physically or through documents
Utility slaughter cows $14.00- rick, L I., Mrs. P.M. Skid- I
which transfer control to the
15.50, une 16.50. Cutter 12.00 Arcadia State LS Mkt, November more and friends in Patch RAMBLER
20; 292 cattle and calves. ogue L.I., Miss Frances W. buyer, and all the information !
1-J.OO. Conner 9001200. ,
i Cutter and utility bulls 13.00- Belle Glade& Glades LS Auct. Walter Jensen Visits Guild Kelley, Albany, New York, (price per pound, weight, yield, i,,

17.25. Standard 250-500 Ib. calves Mkt., November 18; 701 cattle Dr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Jones, etc.) needed to determine the I
and calves. East Brunswick, New Jersey, buyer's: total purchase price is
17.00-20.50. Good 100-250 lbs. Visits GuildWalter
23.00-25.25. Standard 19.00, Utility Bonifay State LS Mkt., November and Miss Elizabeth Buffing- available. A WIDE SELECTIONOF

16002000. Common 450-600 20; 18 cattle and calves; ton, Kenneth Square, Pa. She Payments for the 1963 mar- CHOOSE FROM.
TO
lb. feeder-stocker steers 14.50- 215 hogs and pigs; 1 goat. O. Jensen, veteran of said she certainly is glad to keting year will likely begin in I USED CARS

17.00, one medium 13.00. Gainesville LS Mkt., November -15 years in the theatre and vice 1ii be back in this beautiful cli, April of next year, after the program ALL ON SPECIAL
Commcn 12001550. In- 18; 530 cattle and calves; president of the Florida Theatre i mate Now she is spending the payment rates are deter-
cows
ferior 10001200. Medium and S05 hogs and pigs. Conference visited the Footlight Thanksgiving holidays with mined, based on the average I THIS WEEK AND NEXT.

ft\v good 250-500 lb. calves 17.00- Hill Crest LS Mkt. November Theatre Guild Monday night. her son and family, Mr and prices received by producersfor
20.00. Common 15.00-17.00. Com 20; 62 cattle and calves. Mrs. James M. Sawyers, Jimmy shorn wool sold in the 9-
Interstate LS Au t. Mkt.. Nov- Pleased with what he found at i and Andrea in Lakeland. month period from April through
mon and few medium 100-250 Ibs.7.0023.00. .
ember 19 413 cattle and calves. I December of 1963. for
; the 'local guild he said "Thereare Max Alderman has returned Payments
.
Inferior 13.00-17.00. Jay State LS Auct. Mkt., Nov- many theatre groups that from a tour of duty in Oki- the 1964 marketing year on mar- SEE THE .

ember 19; 147 cattle and calves; have much less than the Foot nawa and is spending a 30 ketings taking place or com-

430 hogs and pigs; 3 goats. ,lighters. You should be very day leave with his parents. pleted after December 31, 1963, CARL SCHMIDT

Kissimmee LS Auct. Mkt., Nov- proud of your theatre here. From Mrs. Robert Nohr of Hollywood will be made in the springof

FIRSTNATIONAL ember 20; 324 cattle and calves. what I have seen, the Footlight Fla. is spending the 1965. I ; RAMBLER

Lakeland, Cattlemen's LS Mkt., Theatre group is a good example Walter O. Jensen Thanksgiving holidays with Wool producers may file ap-I

November 19; 568 cattle and of what the American Theatre, her sister, Mrs. Laura Bress plications for payment for the NORTH ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL

calves.Live Oak, Suwannee Valley LS should be." I I Xi Alpha Phi lerPettisA note from the Norris Ir 1963 ASCS marketing county office year up until with January the-1 I' !KISSIMMEE, FLORIDAWASHER

BANK Auct. Mkt., November 20; 164 He then spoke on the American:. Met Monday NightThe wins of Granville Ohio that 31,.1964. _.
cattle and calves; 1,246 hogs' and theatre and how slip-shod pro- they will not be able to come -

pigs.Monticello ductions can no longer be produced to Kissimmee this year due
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA LS Mkt., Inc., Nov- for the public and bow Xi Alpha Phi chapterof to his failing health and eye
ember 18; 96 cattle and calves; realism should be left for movies Beta Sigma Phi met Mon sight. They have spent 34

856 hogs and pigs. and TV. day night at the home of Alice winters here and will be missed

Ocala, Mills LS Auct. Mkt., Nov- Littlefield in, Canterbury Ter. by their many friends!

ember 21, 788 cattle and calves; He also praised the Guild for I I race.After Mrs. Anna Reynolds, the

Serving the 884 hogs and pigs. their choice of productions in the business meeting Gazette's Orange Gardens reporter
Okeechobee L SMkt, Novem- "II Evelyn Lawson presented the
"The Diary of Ann Frank, is recuperating at her
Farming Interestsof ber 19 1,303 cattle and calves. .
; 'Caine Mutiny Court Marshall,'' program entitled "ClothingFor home following injuries re,

Osceola Countyfor Orlando, Mid-Florida LS Mkt., "Blithe Spirit," "Death Takes A I IHoliday" Madam." ceived in a fall, and hopes to
Over 35 Year November 18; 321 cattle and cal- and "You Can't TakeIt Those present were NanAllen9 be able to continue her column -
ves 48 hogs and pigs 1 horse.
; ; With You." I' Eunice Berlinsky, Dale next week

Tampa, Cattlemen's LS Auct. I Logsdon, Jean Lupfer, Fran- Andrew Hermann of Orange

Mkt., November 18; 650 cattle ces Murphy, Virginia Key Gardens has returned to his

and calves. nolds, Beryl Speirs, Annie home after a stay in the hos,
Wauchula, Hardee County LS Mae Quirk, Nelda Tarcal,, ita1.,
School Chorus
Auct. Mkt., November 21; 352 High Inez Whidden and eBtty JeanYates. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wurst

cattle and calves. Entertains KASTAt lave returned to their home

Webster, Sumter County LS it 704 George Street from I
MEMBER RDEIAl DEPOSIT Auct. Mkt., November 19; 626
INSURANCE CORPORATION cattle and calves. the meeting of the Kiss- Erie, Pa.
immee All State Tourist Club I Farmers Encouraged Mrs. Arthur Austin has re

Tuesday night Rev. Grigsby turned to her home, 1728 Janet
spoke on "Problems and How To Discuss Problems Street, after being confinedat

CompleteGROVE NalcrestToHoldOpen To Meet Them. "He also announced a hospital.Mr .
!
House the deaths of Mrs. Conservation practices which and Mrs. Hyatt of Col iLs1

SundayThe John McDougall and former will help fanners establish permanent lege Park, Maryland have

members, Frank Albrecht, vegatative cover will be moved into their new homeat
SERVICE Letter Carrier's Retirement Frank Locke, Mrs. Joe Malleryand emphasized even more strongly 1614 Orange Blvd.
Community of Nal Mrs. Leola Weinricht. All under the 1964 Agricultural Conservation Mr. and Mrs. J. G Matz

crest at East Lake Wales, stood in silent tribute to their Program, Clyde E. are spending Thanksgivingwith

which is open to all retired memory Story, office manager for the their son and family, the
people, will hold an open Agricultural Stabilization and Johnny Matz' at OrlandoMr.

house to all retired people John McGillivray thankedall 'Conservation County Committee and Mrs. W. T. Griffin

Sunday.A who had assisted in paint- has announced. of Chattanooga are visiting

buffet luncheon will be ing the courts and seats Practices approved for 1964 their daughter and son-in.law,

served. around them and announcedthat ACP cost-sharing assistance .in the Sammy Lupfers.Dr. .

Mrs. Marie Rowsey wonthird Osceola County include: and Mrs. Darrow H. LiF

G.M. place in the Ladies' Division Seeding of legume Cover cropsin Getty will have as their house

Elks To HoldMemorial and Bert Everett won orange groves; seeding improved guest for the Thanksgiving

HUGHEY second and Wayne Galbreath pastures; applying limestone holidays, Mrs. Sibyl Willkens
Service third in the Men's Divisionin to improved pasture and %
GROVE SERVICE & I e NORMAL or SLOW SPEED for normal
singles tournament held at I legume cover crops; planting Earl EklebeSuccumbed load or delicate fabrics. Wash speed
MANAGEMENTSpd The Kissimmee Elks Lodge St. Cloud last week. pines; drilling wells for livestock selection controls spin spe.d.
will hold a memorial service J
Boom Jk Hand Sunday, December 1st, at 3 p.rr. The ice cream tournamentwill water practices and such water as digging conserving drain- SundayEarl e REGULAR and SHORT WASH CYCUS
Spraying in the lodge hall honoring the be held as usual Fridayat I combine with speed selection to founder -
78 of
ditches and Scott Ekleberry ,
e Fertilizing A Dusting age irrigation ponds. any fabric. Spin rinse and Hnal
e Mechanical Hoeing! Bank- members who have passed away 1:30 p.m. I A new practice for 1964 in Os Sample Street died Sunday night spin controlled by cycle selection.

Ing A CultivatingFor during the past year. ceola County is tile drainage of Born in Kirby, Ohio, he moved MODEL
e FILTER-FLO SYSTEM cleans,
Exalted Ruler Jack White will Mrs. Emogene Smith an- Cost share rates retirement ww w r.swash
here engineeron
orange groves. upon as
Pvnonalixvd Service at the service while the club water eliminating nWt, send,
preside committee nounced that had a vary but always represent less the Pennsylvania Railroad in

members have planned an membership of 720 to date. than fifty per cent of the cost 1918. He was a Methodist.He COMPARE soap Mwm.

Don.gan Av., KUslmmee additional program. There were four present for of carrying out the practice. is survived by his wife. HEW"y BIG 12-L CAPACITY takes large lam-
d: .
A social hour will follow. their first time. was In strid.
Farmers are encouraged to May, of Kissimmee; one son, Edwin ELECTRIC
call at the ASCS County Officeto in the armed services stationed CLOTHESLOADS -
Mr and Mrs. Claude Dis-
discuss their conservation at Ft. Longwood Mo.
;
I inger were saluted for their problems and the possibility of daughters. Mrs. A. F. Snavely WITH 1 us t.us. 11 u s. 5
GROVESPREADER wr. w M.
RANCH 53rd /ss/4r
wedding anniversary.It $2259
OTHER s.n..N ....:.
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SERVICEEARL board of directors meeting will soil and water resources. The grandchildren. iONLY teens
be held Monday at 9:30 a.m. initial sign-up period will begin Funeral services were held in LIMITED TIME .

on December 2 and run through the Chapel of the Riedel Funeral

MURPHY UOWNER Rev. Dorr Van Etten, pas- January 15. Home at 4 p.m. Wednesday with

tor of the First United Pres U. S. Department of Agriculture Rev. B. B. Williams pastor of PARKS FURNITURE
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byterian Church, made a few economists have' pointed to the First Methodist Church., of-
remarks and introduced Miss a need for shifting millions of ficiating.
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