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The Kissimmee gazette.

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The Kissimmee gazette.
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Newspapers. -- Kissimmee (Fla.)
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z Vol.l It ; ;; :it =:-o!::. (jar. Yaafee" Kissimmee, Florida, Thursday, N November, 1960 ri :;"Tlla." :r-2.vt PRICE TEN CENTS

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With the death last week of Clark Cable at the age of 59 of a )N
heart attack death con tinned to close the ranks of.the movie industryas

it.was known In the'thirties and forties.
I More than two dozen stars directors! and producers hare succumbed _
Drivers of ruing boats from horsepower motors, and anotheran
since January 1. 1939. including: Gable. Cecil B. De Mill.
allover Florida and of unlimited class. The smaller
Errol Flynn Mario parts I
Ethel Barrymore Kay Kendall Paul Douglas ,
Lanza. Victor McLaglen.: Wayne Morris and Ward Bond. Georgia have been sending in motor boats would run for an

In 1958 a heart attack claimed Tyrone Power while on location in their i entrance: applications for hour; the bigger vr unlimited,
the second annual endurance race I would be two-hour
a nice.:
Spain for a picture about Solomon and.Sheba
,iFIRM on Lake Tohopekali Nov. V The program is scheduled t->
Paul Riggs, commodore of ti'. begin, 12:30. There will be a

DEATH COMES TO THE YOUNGThe Tohopekaliga Yacht and Country I concession stand at the lakefrontfor

Club said yesterday. those desiring to come 'early

curious thing about all this is the fart that so many of the The club is sponsoring the evert and eat there.

Tictims are young. Power had not reached 50. Lanza was 38. Morris which originally} was scheduled Many prizes will be given the

was 45, Pond Kay Kendall was only 33. to be held with the Boat-A-Cadc. racers, but the spectators them-
Vet.some of the pioneer movie makers lived a long and productive High water prevented that, how selves toq, will have the chanceof

life 'Mack Sennett, who( died two weeks ago, was .80, and veteran being winners. Among the
character actors Fred Stone, Taylor Holmes and Edmund Gwenn all of CHANGES HANDS Frank Burns l left, recently sold ever.Bob Childers, chairman of the things being given away at the

whom died recently were in their eighties. Osceola Motors, Kissimmee's Pontiac Agency, to Jamej O,*Rooney, race, sail two classes would run marathon race will be a boat,
right. Roeney will change the name cf the firm to Rooney Pontiac this Jrear. One .will be for r.I\xllet motor and trailer Riggs said.
Inc. (Photo by Cooper)
DEATH COMES IN THREES '. ?

Boat-A-Cade Directors
There i I.* an old show business superstition that death comes Ct
In three's. This may or may not be true but it is fascinating to explore James 0. Rooney :Buys

the proximity of some of ,the recent deaths of wellknownshow A
Held Last
business personalities. : Meeting Fridaywe

March, 1959: Erie Blore, 7L Lou Costello, 52. Fred Stone, 85. Pontiac AgencyFrank

April, 1959: James Qleason, 72. Producer Irving Cummings 70. It has been less than a month are asking the people of Kis-

June 1959: Ethel Barrymore, 79. Director Charles,VIdor, 58. Bums this week salesman. since the famous Kissimmee Boat- simmee to support the 1961 and

September, 1959: Kay Kendall. Edmund Gwenn 83. Paul Douglas, announced .- The new. owner has been ''WithPonti.e A-Cade concluded, but already the future Boat-A-Cades by purchasing
the sale of the Pontiae Dealership
52. Wayne Morris and Taylor Holmes, 80.
for six as officers of the organization are their memberships and taking
manager
October, 1959: Mario Lanza and Errol Flynn. in Kissiromee known as Os: of agencies in years Cocoa and Titus- making flans for next years cruise. part; in the week long activities.

*November 1959: Victor McLaglen and Margaret Sullivan 48. ceola Motors Inc., to James O. ville. He is member of the American The directors met Friday at Sometime after the first of the

Other recent deaths: Walter Catlett 71; Clara Kimball Young. Rooney of Titusville, who will op- Legion a, YFW Junior Chamber noon and discussed dates to hold year the Boat-A-Cade officials will
70? Richard Cromwell 50; Edward Brophy- 65; Una O'Connor, 78 erate the business under the name of Commerce of Cocoa and was the Boat-A-Cade in 1961. Tenta- set their cruise schedule. Many let-

and Preston Sturges 60. of Rooney Pontiae Inc. on the city council at WhisperingHills. tively .the dates are October 22 ters of commendation have been
The final curtain comes up fast.and it means the end of an era. Rooney will carry on 'with the thru 28th. Confirmation will be an- received all praising the, exceptional .

same courteous service which has He plans to move his wife, Lois, nounced after the first of the year. hospitality shown by the <-

EVALUATED been the byword of Osceola Mo- and their four children Susan,?, After much discussion it was people of Clewiston, and express- ),

TEXTBOOKS tors. He invites friends.to drop by Carol, 5, Jimmie,Jr., 3, and Kelley voted to increase Boat-A-Ca.de ing their desire to return next
and see the 1961 models of Pontiac Ann 10 months'to Kissimmee membership in 1961 to $2.00 per
One night last week Jeff Miller Pete Hunt Jim FUngan and as year.Also YOUNG NIMROD
Skipper London six old of Mr and
and also year son
person to set a fee of discussed at this meetingwere
the new Tempest and the VauxhalLThe soon as he can locate suitable
Leo Aeree down in the home economics at the high school
sat room
Mrs. Arthur Logsdon. bagged his first
personnel will remain the home.In $1.00 per boat entered. The fee for the feasible means of havingan turkey Saturday while hunting -
and opened eight proposed textbooks on :American history. same 'with Tom L. Teffeteller, J. J. the meantime Frank ,Burns membership has been $1.50 per accurate: : boat count before with his father at Lake Conlon..The turkey weighed approximately -
These had read the books and meeting to make
report.
were
men a
They would give their recommendations as to what books Greer and E. W, Plylar: hi the service plans to remain in KissJmflvee, having person with no charge for the leaving Kissimmee. It was agreed 12 Iks. (Photo by Skinner)
department Carl E. Miller Jr. made no definite plans.for the boats. This change was establishedto with. registration fee for the
should be used in the 11th grade. They had considered the content
II .' enable the directors to offer boat being paid at the time of ar-
as bookkeeper and S. L Cotton, future :
and text of the books; the presentation of history. They had looked as yet. Footlight Theater Road Paving Project
more entertainment prior to the rival and the issuing of an ident-
for bias and political propaganda They studied illustrations and
departure of the cruise.It ification sticker, this would givea Guild To Meet Gets UnderwayWork
appendages indexes They ready for
typogrphy. were a report.
was also voted to start immediately fairly accurate figure.
Fire Chief Julius with advance 1961 Boat- Directors present at this meet- Regular monthly meeting of Jhe on a $186,781.70 road pru-

A-Cade membership sales. Claude ing were President Claude Banks, Footlight Theater Guild will be ject inside the city is under w:v
ALL THE BOOKS WERE GOOD with Blearing
Banks, President said; an awful Art Logsdon, Harold Farmer, K. C. held Monday November 28 at the the contractor and city -

lot of hard work goes into puttingthe Moore, Arlo Lawrence and Paul American Legion Hut at 8:00 P.M. right-of-way.
It is interesting to note that all the books under consideration met ,
The of
i project is the paving
Smith To RetireThe Boat-A-Cade on each year and Sanborn. The main order of business will be
with the of the However better than
others. approval committee. some. were the selection of two plays to be i Bermuda St. from EMmett St tithe

"Both my books were good," Jim Flanagan said "but one Is retirement of Fire ChIef Schedule presented in February and May of ; is one Diagnostic of four major Laboratory.projects i i.It

more adaptable for the 11th grade student as a"textbook, while theoth.r Julias Smith January lr96l will FIRE CHIEF Baptists this plays coming are being year.mailed Synopses this weekto of Osceola County.
would make an excellent reference: work. '
mark the end of nearly a half The others are widening an ?
members and it has been
"I learned how had requested
much I about! i
forgotten American history, century of service to Kissimmee. M paving of Main St. from Vine St:
that all members return
Pete Hunt the ** :
said. "I read book from to
cover cover. and surrounding areas, Dinner Booth; the raving of five miles ( I
these at the meeting.
eGnsidfration : Country
"It was interesting to note that all of the books under
had the nnatitutioiaf the. United States and a good explanation I Smith first went to. ;yrc k for I One of the highlights of the State Rd. 50; and the widenir

of the document," Leo Aeree'aaid.JTh'tTrepcrts the Kissimmee Fire .Departmentas Y .. meeting will be the showing of a and paving of Vine St.

of.tbese.nien(Simi &c rai>litteean.the-Bounty. n4! .a vohjltcert! { .. bad) iftjli!jC thf t. Cine oj;; the .most unusual eventsto : one-act play "The' Twelve-Pound According Oren!: Breams to figures! releasJby t':: ,'
state will be used to guide: the.statdeduation. department selecting year that most,*t tteJJboTf 1 sb.\ take place. in the&DUmitiD.recep ( .viPeter- Look" which 4s now iiurehearsaL"The ,.st-"tIJtM' of
Tomasetfo: ; county eommtss o1 2hC county baa -
the texts to be-used in onr high schools.It made up the department were Twelve-Pound Lowk irto'DV 1
will next Monday
called to the Mexican border as years occur: presented by the members of the balance of $179,96049 axailab">
,is an excellent idea, and it a good feeling to know that Died In Georgia
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key laymen in the'community know what is contained in the.textbooks T rt.'t> ';tbt Homo ouard. .. 4's ,_November 28 at 6:30 p.m. at Funeral services for formerFlorida Guild at the regular meeting of the for secondary road work through

being used in i he schools. Smith was asked to take Ute the todeo'grounds In the Livestock legislator Peter Tomasello Kissimmee All States Tourist. next June.

place of one of these men. "I did?* Pavilion>> according: to Mrs. Jack Jr. were held at 3 p.m. Saturday at Club on December 6. That amount was arrived at by
MORMON RANCH WANTS BEES Smith liked friendly Refreshments will be served af- deducting outs ndir.r? committ.
said "and I the
Marshall, Chairman of the Steer- the chapel: of AbercrombiePatterson .
ter the regular meeting and all meats as of Sept. 30 from the e;
attitude and service .rendered ing Committee of the church.It Forest Park Atlanta, Georgia.
Dave Hawkins, assistant manager of the Deseret Farms of Floridaat members and interested personsare timated total amount available} for
to the community and nave )been wil) be a Country Basket Rev. A. O. Williams Jr. officiated.
Deer Park Is trying to locate 300 hives of bees for the MormonChureh's here ever since." 1 a; JnVited to attend. Osceola County secondary roads.
Dinner for all of the families connected Burial was in Forest Lawn Ceme- The total *
Welfare operation in this area. available was estimat
That same year he was elected in any 'way with the First tery. Pallbearers were selected at $1.036.172.55. which !).
Hawkins said that he would like to purchase them in Floridaif :4 of $52 '
treasurer of the .'department, a w. Baptist Church The committees from The United States Corps of -
'possible. If he doesn't find enough bees for sale here by January ''. Christmas Parade 501.99 was earned! over from the
position t.e.till. holds, and between i in charge are expecting several Engineers.
15th he will have to look for them ,.J' last fiscal year.Construction .
out of state. The ranch headquarters
1917 and, 1949' was elected t hundred people for the occasion. Mr. Tomasello of 102 Cheves Adds New FeaturesThe for which commit.
are located 33 miles east of Kissimmee. '.. will Drive Forest Pack died Thursdayof
volunteer fire chief four times. :\ ,, Families bring and serve ,
ments have
: been made to
amount
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In 1948, Ira Ward, the only'paid ,.,: .. e.. ; ", dinner together on tables provided a heart attack at St. Joseph's annual Chamber of Commerce $821,782.48; and routine maintni

fireman at the time. died and the .;. ,. '.; } by the church, sharing it with all! Hospital He was 60. Christmas parade, to be ante of roads has be .*
Evaluation Committees members of th4 department went r "f" .r", : { who want to sample it, :under,the Mr. Tomasello had been a resi- held at 10:30: a.m. December 3. set at 3442958.secondary
I Tom Addison dent of Forest Park for 14 will be high lighted by the awarding -
i iI to the city to ask teem to hire JULIUS direction of Mrs. years. The has ha
SMITH He served in the Florida of prizes and trophies to the county to pure '-''J;
On TextbooksSix Smith and appoint him chief. and the dinner committee of which Legislature right-of-way out of its seconda,,
Report .
from 1928 to 1940. From 1933to float: entry 'winners.
"They did and threw in the fire :* she is chairman- road funds.
I marshalTs job and r have acted Families will bring their child- 1935 he was speaker of the Paul Sanborn chamber manager

textbook evaluation committees John > Barton, chairman, Enoch in both to the best of my abilityever portunity to express my appreciation ren. Foe: the latter part of the House of Representatives there. announced there will be five '
appointed through John Colombo Herzberg and Mrs. Agnes Brinson. since," Smith stated. for'' the unequaled efforts of evening's entertainment the child- He placed third in a field of 13 cash prizes awarded to the five Movie MenuARCADE

Osceola County supervisor Ninth grade civics Leroy Herr "When I joined the department, the volunteer Fire Department in ren will be Under the direction of in a race for governor of Floridain winning floats entered by a civic

of teachen, have completed their ; so many years ago," the only e- providing such a valuable serviceto Miss Sydey Lee, physical l education 1936. Club, church or school-The prizes THEATER
reports on prospective textbooksfor chairman, Mrs. H. B. Allen, Harold quipment we had wis one American the people of our community." teacher in the school system.A Mr. Tomasello was assistant will range from $50 first prizeto I..Our.. r pntcram.ii.wiT f.r. IkU week' will.
grades 712. Farmer Mrs. William Prather and La France hose truck with nursery will be provided at the chief of the Contract Administration S10 dollars for fifth place. ..C7..%'\ TIIK 'ual"u'-',,,"* _

These reports will be Burned over: Mrs. William SippeL 800 feet of 2* inch hose and 12 church for babies through three Branch, Supply and Procur Three trophies will be given the "Fit Thcniliir t: HULl A rro3lFnM-r.l.raar KrMsy. >.v.! 21-23,
by Colombo to state school author- 10th grade world history: Mrs. volunteers.se Ladies Off To years of tge. ment South Atlantic Division, U.S. best floats entered by business! 'I '.v. 2a. -

ities and be used as a guide to- Grace Makinson chairman Dr.'H. Today the department boasts of Golf Some surprises are expected: Corps of Engineers.He establishments.: Another added feature 1. MIKII.....,..TK\'.y Fi.GI"-8uadar::1" %SoI" AH.
ward purchasing books for future P. Amos, Rev. John Bnley Mrs. P. 20 volunteers two substitute! volunteers Busy SeasonA during the evening. Part of it will was a native of Santa Rosa this year will be a FREE \\II :KK TIIK: HOT \\ lmilOW1Turn "
I .
use in the state's schools. K. WelTer Mrs. Alma Hethering- three paid firemen and Blind tournament take on the aspen of a county County, Fla., and a member of the CARTOON SHOW lit the Arcade Kissimmee- Ar4.DIv.; %in T Now 29 3IJ.I Ope-.

The committees stodied sample ton. Miss Virginia Tiller Mrs. H. six pieces of rolling clock includ- ladies will Bogey be held at the Os forth fair according to Mrs. E. B. Herz- American Legion in Orlando Fla. Theatre following the parade. I I I .
copies of proposed books for content R. Dale, Mrs. R. Elmo Griffin, Mrs.J. ing two 500 gaL tank trucks, one ceola Golf Club berg who is chairmen of the committee II He was a Presbyterian. From 12 to 1 all children under II
typography, illustrations and W. Needham. Mrs. Jess Thacker: with two way radio, foam pickup and Country 9 according Tuesday !- on entertainment. Casual' Surviving are his widow, the 16 years of age Will be admitted I I CADET HONORED
quality of material. They were especially Mrs. Harry C. Northup and Stew- nozzle with a mixture of 100 Ibs morning a.m. clothes are in order it is stated. former Miss Elizabeth Carter; son free and will have the opportunityto : I
to Ithis
At
on the alert for biased or art Chapman. George Chappel pro. Jerome Tomasello, Forest Park; visit with Santa Claus, who 'will '
of Co2, 20 Ibs- ofdry chemical, Dr. E. J. Daniets of Orlando
time schedule' will be workedon
propaganda content 11th grade American history: a sister, Mrs. M R. Boris, Kissimmee be there. This part of the festivities
a portable deluge nozzle and a will be the speaker at the conclu
Making a' study of 7th< grade Jeff Miller, chairman, Leo Aeree, 500 gaL minute They also for the rest 0'a busy sion. Regular services 'will be held ,I Fla., and brothers, Dewey will be sponsored by the ,
per pump. winter for .
geography books were Mrs. Edna Leo Schumaker Jim season lady golfers.All Tomasello, Kissimmee and A. D.
Flanagan and Kissimmee Merchants Association '
also have a truck with a 500 gal. en Sunday. The will preachat i
Hansen, chairman; Dr. George Pete Hunt of the ladies arc urged. to at- prstojr Tomasello, Bartow, Fla. I
minute with 750 11 aoo. the question "Whatis
on
per pump one a tend.
Beauchamp Dr. C. W. Reese 12th social studies Sam
grade : gaL per minute pcmp and another In the Partin tournament in the the Program of the Church?" .
James MacGowan -and Mrs. P. K. Gooden chairman. Mrs. Clyde Trial Delayed i in
'with a 1000 gaL minute 'ca At 7:30 r.m. the sermon subject
per first flight Bill Bulmer
Weaver. Art Dyer. Charles Sikes won over Godwin To Be
Stojy, '
will be "The Grace of Gratitude.9Sunday
pacity. CaseTrial
Larry Harrelson 4-3, over the Larceny
Eighth grade social studies: Jimmy Cox and Bill Needham.
There is an ambulance which weekend. Bulmer 13 expected to school meet at 9:45 a.m. Questioned In SuitA of James Phelan on four

\ 1K includes a two 'way radio first meet Dan Johnston In. the semifinals and Training Union at 6:15 p.m. county commissioner 'will be counts of petty larceny in circuit .. s
aid kit, blankets and salvage covers this wtekeno. subject to questioning about Os court here was postponed until ,

two gas masks, one seott Last Sunday afternoon Ed Brin- ceola County taxes in another December to allow him time to
air pack one dual resuscitator anda eon played' Harold Bethune in the Koffee Klub HoursTo move by plaintiffs in a suit seek obtain a l lawyer. ICI f : .

1000 watt generator. semi; finals. They were even at Be Changed ing an injunction against the Judge Roger A. Barker continued ',' -
City Manager Harold Farmer, the end of 15 and played to the collection: of taxes as levied this the case v hen Phelan ap- ; i

stated There is no way to com- 25th when the match was won by i The monthly meeting of' the year on agricultural land. peared 'without ant attorney. The '
pletely express the' sincere appreciation Brinson. The seven extra holes Chamber of Commerce Koffee Named in a court order concerning veniremen were dismissed anti1!

= i of the city officials or were like All Star Golf with Brin- Klub will be held at a new hour the taking out of a deposition further call during this term of

that of the people of Kissimmeefor son two under par and Bethune during the coming year. is Leon E. Godwin. court .... 1

Chief Smith's many years ofunselfish one under.I Starting this month the meeting Godwin was one of two commissioners Phelan's case will be brought ; ;_ -f

r and dedicated serviceto In the second flight semifinalist will be held at 9:30 AM at the who voted against re before the judge at the same sit-

i the community. Byron Hfleman> won over Tropical Hotel, J. D. Benton, president ,appraisal the county and alto ting as that when Jeraldine Red- c '
t "Chief Smith has given the department Bill Williamson.' 2-1. Expected to has announced voted against accepting the tax dick goes on trial- for first degree 4

untiring and* high Quality play off over the weekend will b* I For the past year the meeting assessment roll after the commis- murder.

leadership these many .years send finalists Bob Galloway and has been held at 9:00 AM, but dna sion sat as a board of equaliza Her trial was continued when Four outstanding ROTC cadetsat
and has guided department to
Frank Kelley. insufficient seated
to many requests of members it jurors were .
tion.Daniel Stetson University were
aa' a place where service is given Chap ,I said that over Thanks has been decided to make the J. LeFevre, attorneys for because most of the veniremen awards in a colorful ceremony presented

ivy which cannot be bettered in a department giving matched play, medal scar*. change, Benton said. "We will get' the plaintiffs, owners of more said they did not believe in capital Monday afternoon (Nov

of the same size" Farmer lag with All Star Golf will start the meeting started on time and than 23.000 acres of land, has, notified punishment. 7) by representatives of the J>e..

said. Players may Qualify from Thanksgiving conclude in 30 minutes,and we urge Godwin he expects to takea Land VFW. American Legion,
Farmer announced that Arlo through December 4.. everyone to come meet their fellow deposition from him in Osceola University Of South Lions and Kiwanis Clubs. Cadet
Lawrence will be elevated to the
Chamber members meet our County courthouse at 4 pjn. Monday lit Sgt Franklin R. Babb.>> Kis-
position of Fire Chief ,to succeed r TEMPERATURES new members and participate in "for the purpose of discovery Florida Enrolls 1996 simmer was presented the De-

Smith. "Aria'syears of service his DATE H LIt discussions. Benton said. and any other purpose authorized Enrollment at the University of Land Lions Gab award for being
vital interest in the department! This month' Osceola Memory by Florida rules of civil procedure. J- South Florida now totals 1.996 including the junior who has shown

READY FOR JOY SHOP--Members of the Hakhnoa Carson Post and rendering a valuable serviceto Wed. Nov. 1Tfco. _. 82 $1 __ Gardens will )e host, on Wednesday ." the part-time students Dr. excellence in applying himself

for Legion the Auxiliary Veterans are shown above with gifts they have prepared his comnxmity Farmer said Nov. 17 _____- $3 M November 30th. When the pre Last week Ju ?e Roger A. John S. Allen, University president to his duties and education during

disabled annual Christmas Gift Shops which enable the "along with knowledge gained Pri Nov. IS __u_._ 't M __ seatatlon of Certificates of Educational Barker ruled the plaintiffs had announced. the first two years of ROTe-
tare, left veterans to right to have gifts for their loved ones. The members through-attendance' sit the ;Florid Sat NOT, It __u10 ti _. Development to students of basis for a suit and gave the defense Following are the students from and has proved his value to the
Kenton reksbilitation, Mrs. G. W. UeGowma. vk president: Mrs Carl Fire College 1 ChJ.IW"-* &' San. n... 20 __ t3Mae. 81- Osceola High School will be held. county tu assessor and Kissimmee, Florida, attending Cadet Corps. The award was
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Neil-ShelhoTR. ehair ea: Mr*. Don Brown, secretary; Mr*. for the position of fire <*fcf. Nov.-21 ,-M k All Chamber members and prospective collector and the county commissioners USF: made by DeLand's Mayor Robert

K.Norman White president junior; Mw. Jennie Phillips, past president; ]Mrs. City Manager F&raur .said Tee Nov. S _..'M 'ST members are encouraged 20 days in which, to filea James E.. Lupfer III Elna J. E. Lee, President of the Lions
activities chairman (Photo by Cooper) This 'me excS at
gives ann op to be present. new answer. Williams, both full-time students. Club.



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2 Kisiimmee Gazette, Thursday, November 24, 1960 MADAME BUTTERFLYGrand Mrs. W. E. Hettinger '

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Beta. The Sigma Beta Phi Epsilon meL chapter Wednesday of Health And '" To WSCS
'Library SafetyMrs. Speak
night I at the Hart Memorial

a with Mrs. Art ScaUi pre ,
thtdkq siding. The Woman's Society of Chris.I Mrs C. S. Redliager district
k Mrs AI Runt Introduced Mrs. Agnes Brinson,chairman of Retirement Home project. A Tote I tian Service met Monday afternoon I secretary of Literature and PuiicaUon -
W. E. Hettinger of St. Cloud :who Health and Safety for the Kissim- of thanks to W. O. Taylor for Donating !in the educational building of the of Lakeland, spoke on the
spoke briefly on the White House mee Business and Professional services for wiring.the.dub's First Methodist Church with }Ira.F. need of distributing Hteratnre. She
By BETTY EBY Conference attended recently at Washington, at the regular meeting Tues- was recorded. Also a letter of Charles Eby appeared before the Special guests were women from
N D. C. as a member of the Osceola day night thanks from Ralph Shore, banquet group to.thank them for sendinghim the Shingle Creek Church.
LrBirthday County Children's Committee.She Held at the home of Misses Lot chairman of the Chamber of Com- to "Preachers of Tomorrow The Id,Tiller Circle served re-
asked the chapter to sponsor I tie and Lola Lawler the program merce, for the club's assistance in conference held recently at Lees- freshments\\
a group study community wide : included a panel discussion by Dr. the recent meeting of the C of C. burg -
congratulations this ter visitors from Rosundale, Massachusetts on children 'and their growth. This George Gant, local physician; Mrs. Club members voted unanimously Mrs. George Murphy reportedthat
week are being sent to Sarah have arrived and are group would be made up of interested" Annie Mae Quirk,' public health to give a donation to Hart Mem- the Woman's Society received WE ARE NOT TRYING
Jane Schmidt Kim Smith Beverly located at 411 Verona. parents led by selected nurse; Tom Miller, of the Osceola orial Library to apply on the purchase jurisdictional credit for the studyof TO HURT OTHER
Johnston, Emma J. Hill, John Mrs. V. H. Batesel of Seminole, men or women such as ministers County Health Department and of A set of Encyclopoedia the book "Heritage and Hori REAL ESTATE PEOPLE
Spencer, George Mears, Gary Lee, Oklahoma and Mrs. Clyde Robbins doctors and other civic leaders. State Board of Health; and Bob Brittanica. zons." Just -offering yon more for
Mary Rogers, A. W. Graesale, of San Antonio, Texas are The first of these meetings be Best chief of police of Kissimmee. Plans were discussed for enter- Miss Ethel Reynolds reported your money
Fred Burton, Mrs. Bert Padgett, visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Borde- Opera at its traditional concerned with the child up to six Panel members explained their tainment for members of the State that Mrs. Philip Smith has asked LOTS $10 DOWN $7 MO.
Bob Best Joyce Lee, Edgar Pad- lon and Mr. and Mn. Fred best will be seen in Central 1 Flor years of age. The sorority votedto work, and answered questions from Retirement Home committee and her resignation as, superintendentof
Eddie Clemons
gett, Todd Yates, Tommy Haye, Brussow. ida when the Wagner Opera take on this project and Mrs. club members These included ad- members of the State Executive the children's division. Mrs lona TI 72380
Jack Carroll Lois Lanier Sarah Company' "New York Opera vice on cardiograms by Dr. Gant;; TROPICAL PARK
,
Ruth Griffin Robert Foster was elected for this posi!
Mary Gardner any PoOom was appointed Board on Saturday, Dec 3. The Open Daily And Sundays
Clark, Betty; Padgett Henrietta Festival performs in Madame cleanliness and sanitation in restaurants
Francis Rogers are leaving Mon chairman. event will with luncheon at
Bnckels, Agnes Canale, Hilda Iv.y, day to spend tour days with Mary Butterfly at the Orlando Municipal Plans were discussed concerning by Tom Miller; the frame- the Presbyterian open Recreation a Room, tion.Mrs.. John Briley gave the devotional
Nelson Maldnson Jr. Beat wishesto Auditorium on Friday December work of the county health unit using as her subject "Into
Lupfer the Christmas
at Naples. party and it was and a dinner at 6 pjn. at the Re-
2nd at 8:30 PJL Color- with its two public nurses, by Mrs. "
of
each All The World Her
you.Congratulations The Wraymond Smiths have returned decided to hold it at the. Elks tirement Home, where accomoda- Together. tl .
ful costumes and scenery; handpicked Quirk and law enforcement, by ,
to John and scripture reading was taken from
: from Leesburg, Ohio mere Club. tions have been provided for the
ensemble of artist. and Bob BesGuests.
Norma Gail Spencer who will celebrate they have a summer home. "Fashion is not only ,concerned guests. Isaiah 40:3-4.
choristers Cloud club
orchestra the St.
top-ranking front
their sixth wedding anni- Fred Holzemer has returned to of experienced; symphonic with new clothes but the way you included Mrs.:Helen Godwin, presi- Plans were also made for the Mrs. Eb Jones, accompanied by
Miss Louise Thomason at the -
versary Friday.Ruth the Flamingo Motel from his homeat musicians; music by the great wear the ones you have," said dent, and Mrs. Martha Tucker, Christmas party to be held in the piano :
"He
Was Not
Willing.
Griffin, J. J. and Gail Griffin Cleveland, Ohio. This will be composer Giacomo Puccini, This Mrs. Robert Lancaster in the very welfare worker.At lobby of the First Federal Savings sang 0o
Mrs. Bill Skinner introduced
will jojn others of the Griffin his 5th winter in Kissimmee.Mr. is the second in the aeries of informative program on The Art the business meeting, with and Loan Association on December
Mrs. SUnton Lander district
family, including Gladys and Jo, and Mn. Dewey Tomasello, concerts under the auspices of oif Dress." She illustrated her Mrs Avis Griffen presiding in the 14, when, hostesses will be Avis president 0 oE)
at Miami Beach for the Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Bovfc, Mr. the Central Florida Civic Music: talk with posters and models. absence of Mrs. Dorothy Purdy, it Griffen, Sybil Carter Jewell Mey Women., who" spoke on "Federation of
holidays. They will be located and Mrs J. A. Bovis and sons, Association.. Besides the hostesses, Mrs. Folium was announced that the club's pore ers, and Andy Rote.
at the Castaways. Mr. 'and Mrs. M. R. Bovis of Kissimmee .and Mrs. Hunt the following tion of the money donated _several After the meeting refreshmentsof
Mn. C. H. Summers of Coral and Major and Mrs A. D. members were present Mmes.; years ago to the Youth Fund, spiced tea and cookies were
Gabjea>; is visiting her mother, Mn. Tomasello of Bartow were called Corbett, Rutft Stone, Jacob McCly- Clyde Bass, Ken Caldwell, Byron would be refunded to apply on the served by the hostesses. CARD' OF THANKSWe 5CT YOUR pOINTS
J) L. Oventreet. Atlanta Saturday by the deathof monds, Mary Float, Mary Culver, Hileman, Bob Lancaster, Bill In wish to thank relatives CLEAN YOUR PLU&S
Peter Tomasello. Florence Height, Charles Spurrier, gram, Bud Mikells, Wells Moon, friends and neighbors for their STARTS MUCH QUOCER
Mrs. Eunice T. Robinson andrs. Edgar Livingson. of BruceviUe, Jack Koger, Wanda Lewis, Robin Bill Morse, George Mueller, J. Z. kindness and sympathy extended STOPS TH eCMW .
{. Frances Allen, regular Wine Indo arrived this week to spend Kelley, William Fiore, Lawrence Schmidt Clyde Story, Pat Clark, Mrs. Clyde Nelson' : us during the death of our
the winter in Kissimmee. with his Grosz, Lloyd McClellan and Eliza Jim Smith, Charles White, Art beloted one. We especially want JIM WRIGHT'.SSTANDARD I
brother John. He is located at beth Lanier. Scalli, Evelyn Lawson and Miss to thank Reverend Jimmie Cox,
.. 110 Mabbette. June Rogers and Riedel's Funeral Home for SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs Ecgene Lemenagerhave 4-H Junior LeadersTo Speaks To Circlein their kind services.
arrived from thir eummef Friendship Inc. The, Coy Yates Family Main &: Vine"at Stop Li&hl
home at Ashkum, Illinois to spend !Elect OfficersA ---

the-winter at their home at 312 new club for 4-H junior lead Had Turkey Dinner On Monday, November 21st, at the yard, ditches. More than one '
ri East Dakin. ers in Osceola County has been or- the home of Mrs. Robert Eby on leaf must be dried and in all shapesfor .TItANIYO
Mr. and Mrs. Murray; Overstreet ganized and the lint meeting and Thirty five members attendedthe Neptune Road, Mrs. Clyde Nelson variety. Many are dried upside : ::, A
Jr. and children are spending the election of officers will take place November meeting of Friend urged members of the Magnolia .. ...
Thanksgiving holidays with the Monday immediately after schoolin ship Inc., held last week at the Garden Circle to join the FDIFlowers down to protect them.

Midyettes at at Miami. the educational building of the Tropical Hotel. ( dead, interesting). In closing Mrs. Nelson showed :, for your 'vote and support in my
The Rudolph Pohls of Cowrie, First Baptist Church. The Kissim After a delicious turkey dinnera Mrs. Nelson reminded the members some of the materials she has dried !
Iowa are spending a short vacation mee girls will act as hostesses fora "Guess What" program was en- that she spoke not as an ex- and used in arrangements. campaign for re-election.
here. spaghetti supper. The meetingwill joyed. Prizes were given to win- pert on the subject, but as one who During the business meeting of I will continue, to'work
Mr. and Mrs. George Kuhn. who> be over by 7 p.m. ners of various games. enjoys finding interesting material the circle with Miss Marilyn Diet- .
have been regular winter visitors, All junior leaders are invited _Attending for the first time were and drying i it. She compared dried rich vice-president, presiding, for an even greater ,: :
arrived this week from Irwin Pa. and. also requested to bring any; Mn. Robert Clough of New material to old age and gray hair members were urged to contributeto : and more 'progressive '
it is made to to life by the Garden Club Bazaar to be
They are now located in Orlando suggestions for club programs )Hampshire; Mn. Robert Wrightof come'
where they have purchased a new which will deal with their problems Texas; Mn. William Breitz- spraying, dipping, painting and held Friday and Saturday, Decem Florida: :
home. and'information they need for Improving mann of Illinois; Mn. James Abbott then i it is something of beauty. ber 2 and 3. Most of the members 4-i
Joe Allen Powell,'who has been their clubs of Wisconsin and Mrs. Asher Mrs. Nelson said that anything agreed to bake for the bazaar. ; ,'y _
working in West Florida, is spend They are also requested to bring P Lutz of Kissimmee.Presbyterian could be used that tyro be dried- Mrs. Robert Metzger president of :" r r,:" _
ing the Thanksgiving holidays: money from any member in their leaves, branches fern, flowers, and the Garden Club, showed a Christmas '
here with his wife, Hester Smith club interested in making 4-H uni palm_ tree blossoms, and while tree candle and grapes she : J.. Edwin Larson s
Powell forms. Materials must be orderedas WomenTo ; searching for them one must thinkof had helped make for the sale. :ttinStat.. Treasurer:: r ,' .

+ On the sick list this week' at some girls will need the uniforms Meet Monday lines and designs. Interesting During the social hour Mrs. Eby -:tw Ahwt PaW r.. .y Tk. .c.........
the, Kifsbunee Hospital were for Hostess Day at the Tam- material may be found everywhere, served pumpkin pie and coffee. fwd far J. triwta lwtt hr $.&!. T_
SASTOE i SO "-SET James Kelley, Donna Taylor, pa Fair. Uniforms.cost $5. The United Presbyterian Womenof 0:t: ,
Melva Carmahan Barbara Lupo, First Presbyterian Church, Kis!
'
DM GLEANING\ Lois Myers,JUmabeile May, Ver. 4-H Leaders To simmee, will hold their Thank-Of F. S.. Ledbetter Urges .. ,...-.
onica. Hedgecock, Joe Richardson. fering Meeting Monday, November '
._ 0.f ScaiUM ttrvici gilt sit .fl Judy Jones, Pansy Zupp, Linda Meet Wednesday 28, 1960 in the Educational Build- \ TIME FOR

the dirt .'. dm bttwit ,iW Gree .. farajtWallaee ,'. at the I: The monthly) 4-H leaders meeting ing. Subject of the meeting "Praise Early Holiday MailingPostmaster
film.!! Iums.w.r eves tfct Osceola"Hospital, Hoyt Lett, Patricia will be held Nov. 30 at 2 p.m. in the Night". Th. leader will. be
Stevenson, Jlonette Gon- at the County Agricultural Build Mrs Joseph CaddelL I ,A ,
..".",eI,1I that dells ctltri Led- .
sales Jean.Haynard.: Mrs. William ing. Hostesses will be Mmes. Mamie F. S. (Beany) where you mail your packages
and wean I"yea dothes.Oir All 4-H leaders and prospective Bovis, Jeannette Woods, E ford better, Jr., said yesterday "Earlj f> from."

ticlijft Soft-Stt fiaisfc leaders are invited to attend. The Woods, Ralph Rupert, Daryl Carte, mailing of all Christmas cards I Always send your Christmas 1 WINTERTUNEUP
CHILD REN i S program will include exhibits, records Joseph Bouscher and Miss L Jo- and gifts is the biggest single. cards by First Claw mail and be
pits lock the l..k.ai 'fitl .( WEARBirth and preparations. for Bangle hannson.. factor in getting all of the mail sure to include your return name

'swain.S Day and January Achievement delivered before Christmas. Post and address on each Christmas. :
through' Sub Teens Office facilities have been expanded card envelope.. :
,..'IIIia. ..k Days.Woman's. Garden Club To
cUlkts' | better Hold .
extra help will be available, I Send all. Christmas mail going ,
(_atf,win VH send them t. wrtfaUrly Holly Day BazaarA and everything is geared up t*: long distances before December j .
? f fir Sean.., nrvhi.c .- As\so As roes XKOffltt Club BoardTo handle a record Christmas mail I 10th. Follow Dp promptly with "

Call" Naraerr*Specialist Eurattar.Lae .* Meet Tuesday Holly Day Bazaar will be in Kissimmee this year." I cards and gifts for local delivery.Mail We Specialize In e .. ;, F.!

today.NORRIS The Kissimmee Woman's Club! sponsored by the General Garden The entire Christmas mailing i -Early and Often" for a ...
Executive Board will meet Tuesday Club Friday and Saturday, Decem- period is a big battle against time.. merrier Christmas! -

CLEANERS 9:30 am. November 29, at the ber 2 and 3. Ever though Christmas is a ) Carburetor Service, .: ,
Each circle of the club has takenon .
home of Mrs.. Roy Hansell!, 605 month away by the calendar, it's Ethical 1 Fellowship .A-Y
Kissimmee's Finest 100 South Orange Ave. Penfield Avenue.. kinds a portion of the project and all Christmas! every day at the Post Tune Up (All ;American" M akesrj') -
PHONE of gifts ideal for Christmas To Meet Sunday Nite .
TI5951 Office .
from now
She will be assisted by Mrs.Ps.ul on.
103 E. Dakin Orlando Smith co-hostoss. giving be on ,sale.baked goods and plants will The Postmaster advises, "Don'take Dr. Curtis W. 'Reese, presidentof Ignition Service(, *j jHandling fit..:.:r.: .
I chances on mailing poorly
.
JGENERAL. the Kissimmee Ethical Fellow
-
wrapped packages. Use sturdy corrugated ship, announced that the organization '
Mrs.. Emogene SmithTo mailing cartons, plenty has voted unanimously Phillips? 66. Products. \.,
of and
heavy wrapping
2P Head Thrift Club strong cord. Carious paper containing change 10:30 a.m.the to meeting 7 p.m. time from Formerly HALLS 66 SERVICE ".

several gift packager should be the
The meetings-are held second
I Forty members and guests attended well
stuffed with tissue or old and fourth Sundays of the monthat '
the meeting of the Thrift newspapers to cushion the con the Garden Civic Con t
Home Demonstration Club at the tents." Orange ALL.I:: D I K AUTOELECTRIC

J Livestock Pavilion Tuesday. He said -further, "If you have ter.The next meeting; on November27th .,. ,
Mrs. Florence Chitwood, of,Arts articles of unusual size or bulk, will be conducted by Dr.
and Crafts, exhibited beautiful better' check with the post>> Office George: Beauchamp on the topic -

Christmas table cloths and aprons before attempting to mail them. "Is This A Lost Generation?*. IO', EMMETT TI 63092r'KISSIMMEE
made by Mrs. Elliott and -
announced The
limits
of size and weight of Thb meetings are open to thepublic.
that a workshop on aprons for packages vary, depending .on .
ELECTRIC Christmas will be held December 1
at 9:30 at the pavilion. Many

beautiful Christmas decorationswere II5Ba.. ,. ,
also exhibited by club mem

REERIGERiiORr bers.Officers were elected I fpr the DO YOU BELIEVE'

coming year. They: are Emogene ; .1. ,
Smith, president; Pearl Snyder, ___
r mfREEZER vice president; Beatrice Goal, .r.. IN GIRLS?

I, II ... secretary; Mary Kerr treasurer. *
,. I Mrs. Smith thanked the mem- r M
_
era for their wonderful cooperation _

during the past year. Think i they are here to
Plans were made for the Chri.l- I. stay
mas party to be heel at the Kis ;t 1

True xero-d 3f. fraezerAutomotk : simmee community house December 'Wonder what you can do,to help _them?
%)- at 6 p.m. for members and y

defrostingrefrigerator their families.
t t. Recreation was led by Mn. They're 'coming by the millions
I Snyder and refreshments were '.
.
each needs
.)1 a Temperature control for served by Mayme Poskins and and

I any refrlsaeratlon.n.ed Louise Hudson.Presbyterian. the ,guidance of men and women ">
=
'i '- ; 0 Handy shelf space In doors Men who believe in them. s


....,. ,, Hold L dies' Night i The Girl Scout movement .
i. S A Ladies :-J-
Night will
be observed '
at the monthly! meeting of the offers you more opportunities $

United. Presbyterian Men on Friday '" '.' for fun and friendshipwith girls
'
night 7:30 oclock in the Educational '.'
Building of the Church. '.: than ver before.COMTRlUTE '

.I wiTit The Guest Speaker 'will be Mr. -

TRACE -. Gael Lemmon who is a businessman .., :: ;;!: : -> ,t i.; ..
in Puerto Rico. Mr. and .
Urn NOW TO THE'GIRL SCOUT
Lemmon have a home in Orange -
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Gardens where they bave been : :; }FUND DRIVE!! / >. :

spending two months prior to their :
return to i the Island. :: :
"' -
PARKS FURNITURE CO.KISS1MM His topic for Friday's MeetingwiQ c .., : "i : 'I Jim
be "Presbyterian MissionWorkin "' '', .j.:: ;.
;Puerto Rko. i h-:.' :PJiairman. '
;
EE ST :CLOUD The opening devotional service ::1. '. ,- ',' Osceola CoiinjyPa .; r ,
'via be conducted by the "Rev t
J
Maurice Grigsby. _. : __'.'!'. }:_,,--

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: I'I '- '. -< PLAYERS OF THE WEEK I !The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, November 2-1, 1960 Page 3
I
Kowboys Win County .,,. OHS Chorus Raises
:: ,
(fi Cub Scouts To Hold Pack


Grid Battle 20-7 Funds For Robes I

T ,Y ( ,. Meeting November 29th.
By HENRY THOMPSONTwo conversions for the winners on two
Tourist
The thirty-five members of the formance for the Kissimmee -
in the end from Phil
zone
long touchdown runs lifted passes Flater. "4tl Osceola: High School Mixed Chorusare Club; helping them to inaugurate I' Cubmaster Tom Davis announced meetings; parents at the meeting

Kissimmee by St. Cloud. 20-7 Fri- The Kowboy Marching Band x carrying their first their 1960-61 Tourist season. that the November 17 planning seemed to agree, however, that
now on
day night in an old rivalry betweenthe made their initial in The GOLDEN CHRISTMAS meeting was the best attended in any attempt to revive Cubs next
two Osceola County; schools.On their new Winter uniform appearance shirts. qY major fund-raising drive in three CANE is the gift item the chorusis months with adult representation year would not be made un'it

the first running play of the years. bringing to the community. This from the following families: J. community interest, and support,
game Roger Haddock sped 80 THE YARDSTICK The Chorus is now in the process unique candy-filled Christmas cane Magnusson, G. Brunson F. Armstrong were strong enough to insure

yards to score in the first periodto Kissimmee St. Cloud of ordering the first set of .can be used in many ways; as a J. Sherry, T. Davis.In success.

pace the Kowboy victory.Kissimmee's 7 ..____ First Downs ......_.__..__ 8 robes, for the vocal department of very beautiful yet inexpensive, spite of the interest indicated Final Cub meeting before dis
296 _._ Rushing Yardage ...... 214 I the high school: and it is hopeful Christmas gift; as a tree decora- by the good attendance, the solutionwill be the Nov. 29 Pack
next score came in 45 ?.__ Passing Yardage ........ 30 that this drive will take care of tion or even a decoration for the adults reaffirmed their decisionto Meeting. This win be at Brinson
the
third
quarter when Gehrett 3-7 __. Passes AtL-com.( .?_ 2-5 LINEMANAndy the balance of the funds needed. door or window of your home. let the Kissimmeo Cub Pack Park at 7 pan Cubmaster says

plunged over from the five- 2 .... Passes Intercepted By.... 2 This organization has sung for The GOLDEN CHRISTMAS dissolve at the end of November, there will be a wiener roast for

Bob Gehrett sprinted 85 yards to J-60 _._.,...._... Punts ................ 1-45 Murphy, son of Mr. and many of our civic groups in the CANE may be purchased: from says Davis. There was talk according which parents need bring no supplies
paydirt in the fourth quarter. 0 __....... Fumbles Lost ..._........ 1 Mrs. Earl Murphy was named past and has "kicked off it*' any of 35 enthusiastic Chorus\ to Davis of reviving Cubs at all, except hungry children
St. Cloud's tally came in the 40 __... Yards Penalized .....? 15 Lineman of the Week after Fri activities this year with a per- members so watch for them. next year when elimination of ren (Cub's families welcome).
final period as Dennis Knapp rush- Individual Yardage: day's game against St. Cloud. A double sessions would permit Also, final awards will be presented -
ed upfield 85 yards with a kickoff Kissimmee: Gebrett 188; Haddock 160 lb. tackle. Murphy is a junior
1t
easier scheduling cf afternoon den at candlelight
return. Ken Uurphy scored two 87; Murphy 16; Flater 5. and a letterman. He played a i1i Like It Or'Not Florida. a ceremony. .

good offensive game Fridays ;
and tk up several running! Elks To Sponsor Serving as assistant Scoutmaster -

plays en defense. (Photo by a of Troop 293 is Bob Bobroff.
Is Now Two StateBy Scout 293
Jamison), Party Troop Troop committee members are
Jack White chairman Bass
In order to better The Kissimmee Elks Lodge is ; Clyde
St. Burrows 110 Wilcox Russell Don Miller Bob and Mark
.Cloud: ; Kay must close ranks, quit fighting Russo
of Scout
q k. now sponsor a Boy troop
10 Knapp 94. themselves and face this Powell.
; among
which has 11
already attracted
SUMMARYKISSIMMEE Reviewing the results of the recent the Elks lodge has
with Already con-
united
growing opposition a
serve our customers election it seems that Florida boys to membership. .
..,. 607 7-20 front. tributed considerable camping Ci
ST. CLOUD _.___ 0 0.0 7- 7 Republicans have finally come intotheir 11-18-60 Known as Troop 293, the organ- quipment for outdoor activities for
ization is meeting Wednesday
Kissimmee Touchdowns: Gehrett own. Even our Democratic the Scouts.
Billy and Elijah Williamsare 2 ((5, run; 85, run); Haddock <80, ------ leaders frankly admit that from nights at the Scout House. It is
Negroes ArrestedIn the second here the other
troop
run). BACKBob now on the GOP will have to be
Conversions: Murphy 2 (passes reckoned with. Florida is definitelya Local TheftLaw being No. 291 under the leader-.

now partners with from Flater). Gehrett was named Back of two-party state.A ship of Cram Bell. DON'T come into our office

St. Cloud Touchdowns: Knapp the Week again this week as aresult large number of the Republican enforcement officials here disgruntled and crying the

((85 kickoff return).. I. of his play in Friday votes cast in Florida this year yesterday announced the arrest oi blues if we are selling more

me' at Conversion: Hawthorne (run). game against St. Cloud. Bob, a were cast by persons who are registered two men: in connection with the Young Homemakers lots than anyone else in this
I senior scared two touchdowns, Democratic. This was the burglary of Gene's Garage last locality. You stay at home
Schedule Meeting
one on a long run and the otheron case in the two previous national week. and take care of your busi-

Osceola High Seeks a drive. (Photo by Jamison) elections when Florida went for Arrested in Ft. Pierce were .A meeting of all young home- ness we are doing fine

Exchange StudentEfforts Eisenhower in 1952 and 1951 i James Gus Walker 24, of Washington makers is scheduled Tuesday, De- selling lots.

: D. C-, and Sylvester Moore, cember 6 at the
ELLIOTT'SGROCERY StandiferHonored It indicates that the average County Agricultural -
Dr. Jack 20, of Dothan, Ala. Both Negroesare $10 DOWN
are being made'to have voter is not as much concerned Building at 2:00 P.M. Someof
some foreign stud ntss attend Os- In GeorgiaOn about a party label as he is in being held on $5,000 bond, the younger Home, Demonstration $7 MONTHOpen
ceola High School as part of an the candidates. and regardless of Sheriff Robert Buckels said. members with children would

exchange program next year. Thursday, November 17th a how he may be registered will not Buckels also said most of the like to form their own Home Dem- daily and Sundays

Byro H eman, principal disclosed celebration was held at Standifer hesitate to split the ticket or even things stolen from the garage, onstration Club. All homemakerswith

the student council is work- Field Blakely Georgia, to honor go down the line if he feels thata except for the money was re- children (in or out of school) TROPICAL PARK

ing on a program, that would re- Dr. Jack Standifer. "horse of a different color" is covered when the men were arrested are cordially invited. If the group
sult in a visitor here next year Known as "Dr. Jack's Day" the the better choice. by the Ft. Pierce police. organizes and needs it, a nursery Eddie Clemons TI 7.2380

and some Osceola students going day was set aside to honor this The fantastic vote piled up by service will be available.

On overseas the following year. man who devoted 50 years of service the GOP in Florida this year indicates Chrisbank To
Palmway and fellow citizens. '
The student council must raise to his town the growing strength of the

.. $650 to 'swing the project., They It was planned Standifer because of the named fact ,opposition and as Florida continuesto Increase Space KISSIMMEE DRIVE IN
that Dr. was -
will use a' number of different grow and attract new settlersall Chrisbanks Corp., manufacturerof
"Practitioner of the Year by the
money-raising plans to achieve indications point to a steady boats here, is increasing its
Association of Georgia. .
.We will'be looking their goal, Hileman said Medical Dr. Standifer is well known in tions increase and in votes.Republican registra-- floor building space from by the leasing city. another Opening under new managementTHANKSGIVING

Ray Sessions jr Kissimmee, having made talks at This year many folks who have Claude Banks, president of the I
the Masonic Lodge'during his vis-
forward to registered as Democrats for years firm, negotiated with the city for NIGHT
Chi its here. He is the brother of Mrs.
your Pledged Sigma
but consistently voted the Republican the rental of another building at .
N. H. Strickland and Mrs. Arthur
ticket in general elections have the airport industrial site. His firm
Emory University's fraternities Taft. turned honest and are registering now rents one there. NEW POLICY
.
continued
have record number of
: patronage pledged a under their true colors as,Republicans. The commission agreed to a two
following thy traditional rush
men INEW
lease with option to renew at
year
week. Some 370 walked down Partin May Be
Doug
men Up until a few years ago Re- a monthly rental of$60.

:;,: and friendship to Emory's make handsome their choice.Fraternity Row In Game SaturdayDoug publican activity in the state was RATES

; nil. It was the party leaders
way
New 4-H Club Is
Alpha Tau Omega led the list
Partin, Florida halfback wanted it.,'With only a handful of I Adults
vf new pledges with bS men, followed injured early in the season, ran active Republicans in the state, Being Organized 5Qc

I Elliott by Delta Tan Delta with well in a light practice'Friday and when the GOP won nationally i it A new club for 4-H Jr. Leadersin
Lucien 49 and Alpha Epsilon Pi 'with 43.: may be able to play against Mi- meant that this small group was Osceola County has been orga.nized. 15c School children (1218)

.. -.. '. Among the pledges'was Ray- ami Nov.' 26. sitting pretty as far as Federal Their first meeting will be

I mond., Sigma R. Sessions Chi. ,;. 625jLakeshoriDr. "t.O .'U: feels okay" Partiafsaid. of patronage in the state was COD held Monday, November 28 right children under 12 free with Adult
his injured leg "but I don't know cerned. It remained that way for after school at the First Baptist

how it will hold up if I get hit." many years but now the pictureis Church Educational Building. The
He took part in a brief dummy rapidly changing. Kissimmee girls are acting as hos- The features will be .

I drill which wound up Florida practice A large percentage of our new- tesses for a spaghetti supper. The

until Monday. The Gators had comers today who are settling for meeting will be over by 7:00: P.M. "THE BRAMBLE BUSH"

an open date- -Saturday.-- .- the most part in central and south All Jr. Leaders are invited and
Florida, came from Republican requested to bring any suggestions

territory and, of course, they bring for club programs which will deal plus a Western & Cartoon
f, v their politics and beliefs with! with their problems and informa- ,
1 F 1
? r a tion they need for improving their

a them.When we consider the fact that clubs. '
0 1 the Republican opposition in this They are also asked to bring KISSIMMEE DRIVE-IN
the money from any girls in their
election were running as unknowns
.F against strong Democratic candidates club interested in making 4-H uni- TAMPA' HIGHWAY TI b8036C.ENERAL
forms. Material must be ordered
well known and respected
r and some girls need their uniformsfor
throughout the state and still run i
I Hostess Day at the Tampa
exceptional totals, even -
up carrying
Fair. Uniforms cost $5.00.
some counties, and electing
The first item of business will
eight members of the legislature,
: : be to elect officers for the group.
the largest Republican delegationsent
The monthly 4-H leaders meet-
to Tallahassee since
recon- ing will be held Wednesday Nov-
Box Office Opens 2:15
p.m.
struction days, it indicates that the
Saturdays and Sundays ember 30 at 2:00 P.M. at the Coun-
two-party system is here to tay.. ty Agricultural Building. All 4-H

Thur. Fri. Nov. 24-25 No longer may our candidatesfor leaders and prospective leaders are
either state or local office con invited to attend. The program will

sider that nomination in a Democratic include exhibits, records and get-

r1t primary is tantamount to ting ready for Bangle Day and
) MEII' election. The outstanding success January Achievement Days.

WY h E PW achieved by GOP candidates against -
entrenched old timers will d
Al Lidik Buys
encourage much greater Republican -
1HC NTUUQMIM effort in the future.At Hall's 66 Station

COLOR our present rate of growth Opening under new manage-

IMUWBTKUIg Republicans will be much stronger ment, at the former location of ELECTRICSAVE

$, four years from now( and unless Ed Hall's Service Station is .

:.. Saturday Nov. 26 our Democratic leadership takes Lidik's Auto Electric Service,
cognizance of this and begins now owned and operated by AI Lidik.
.S t. -- making plans for the competitionin
Lidik formerly service
was manager -
No the years ahead we can look for: at Caddell Chevrolet Co.
s They Used Weapon FILTER
b and in
Republicans
more more our
and is specializing in carburetorand
: Badman CouId..5EXJlldifJ! (! state legislature and possibly in electrical service and a com-
the cabinet or"even the Governor'schair.
plete motor tune-up for all Amer.
The national parties .didn'
ican made cars.
take Florida for granted this time.
r The wonders of Santa Claus never cease for, Both Presidential candidates cam- Lidik has 18 years experience

little girls and boys and long after the tinsel, the bells c :: paigned porters. in Four the years state as from well now as sup-you in Woods the ,automotive formerly field parts and managerat Wayne FL0 NOWON

and the twinkling lights have been safely packed u.stIAI! COtmtLL1J may expect Florida to be a battleground Chevrolet garage, will also THIS
far both In. be on hand to serve. Lidik's Auto
SUPER
parties. my DELUXE .f
away for yet another year they will cherish thq memory T Opinion thin will be a good thing Electric wilt be open from 1 a.m. AUTOMATICWASH'R
to 7 p.m. and will continue to AUTOMATIC
y of the letter from Santa Claus. Sun., Mon.'Nov. 27 28 for No the less state pn astute
Governor Lidik and his wife, Lois have WASHER -
a, LeRoy Collins fecog-
VAN cHARLES nites the situation end warned four children, Leon, 13, Eric 12,
Everyone who ever believed in Santa Claus will want to send
IIaAUGHTOLPe Mark 7
Florida Democrats: that if the Republicans and Lori 4. Lidik is a TWO WASH SPEEDS

one of these four colorful messages to their favorite child. put o*\ qualified and member of the Masonic Lodge. TWO SPIN SPEEDS .

; well known candidates in the fu- -la Mil oH types of woifcablts MODEL WA HOT 'I.
Select, address, stamp and mail it in our special mail box. ture the. possibility of their taking BirtlAnnouncement

We will have it postmarked*!rom Santa Claus, Indiana"and many state and local offices against Mr. and Mrs. James Daniels an- PUSH e e BUTTON".-. riMe SEIEOION...--
.. 1 Democratic: candidates is a nounce the birth of a daughter, ok. rteM ip i< only.
& it will be delivered direct to the child isw0as ): possibility. Friday November 18, at the Osceola :d..a: : a r....' now I ..
From now on Florida Democrat Hospital
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4 The Kisfiimmee Gazette._Thawday, November 2.4, I960, Jehovah's Witn'GsS'ef 'Mary Jean Roebuck 'Christian Church relied read'-aland.will bi Bidders publicly specification opened and

MEIKROWAVBj Activities. Listed Passed Away Sunday Studies Church Plans 1 are on fil V,,..avtb B. STEPHfRsBftARO* &uaS .Qioe.' .

I <&* HwH-lff !
THEKISSIMMEE; r The monthly teachers and sroucrnoN OF olclouvCOUNTY.
OrrO4 Friday November 25 7:30 p.m.: Mrs. Mary Jean Roebuck, 19, oi I ers conference of the First WOrk-I VL4mltABy. .

GAZETTE : DON' ME1KLEJOHN Ministry school talks oa"Jehovah'iOrganization Mabbett Street, Kissimmee., pass- tian Church was held Monday \V. &. Stephens,

A J..a H. Perry N__..... ., in the Earth." "Who id away Sunday.: sight. when plans were presentedfor I 17-*Secretary.Vov. *, De* 5.agric ,

Boosters of SnpremeCourt Jus- ,didate. AreS the Superior Authorities?"*, i She was a nath. and lifelong a new church. A committee of:
Office: 24-2R Stewart Are. Jesus With His Half- i resident of Kissimmee. : TCtAPt"E.
tics 'Stephen O'CoaaeU feel that This would have the advantageof : Boyhood Sunday School department superintendents In the Circuit Court for the Ninth'
Telephone Tildeo 7-2881 Brothers and Sisters', and Bible : Survivors 'include her husband, Judicial circuit of Florida. In and
named to further.
the Kennedy vote in Florida could I cutting down the heavy emphas- was tor .. .
o c *Ia County fa Chancery Ko.WC.
reading,0f Psalm 140:1 to 142:? Paul Franklin Roebuck. Her par classrooms and needs. .
'4 Entered a* SHoD4 Cla.. Mall Matter tans reconsideration by O'Connell .s on the so-called "swing vote"in discuss, Dlvoro James U flebrer.lalntitt
7iot Sundays November. 4 p.m. ents. Mrs. Marion demons, Kis ? vs. Marie J. Ronrer. Defendant.
The Central Florida Christian
In the Post Offlc at JUMjraiae. Fla. minority
in potting: out feelers a* a, possible I Eany bigat&tes primarily Shut; Xtt. 1. Box KO A.
candidate for is bloc vote, without losing public lecture"Ara W- Living; at !simmee and Swanson Clemens, St1OUt )fen'. meeting will be held at St. Long Beach. Mississippi.& XoUc toAppear

Published Thursdays at Kinhnraee. Fionas' governor 4ome of the advantages of the elec-. ,th e End of the World. One of 'II' Three brothers.J. C. demas. Cloud Friday night at 7:30. A. B. Th. mate of Florida to.
Harks J. Relater Youare hereby r
1964.Q'Connell is something of a ltoralsyitem. the questions to be answered is: Kissimmee; Mavnard dem. McReynolds wilt be the principal quired to file your answer containing
Why is. it important to find the I CUe Fort Campbell. Kentucky: speaker ys.r defense. If any. to th.
LEO SCHUMAKER "look-alike" too (ov. LeRoy Col- i Such a. change has been proposed ? of the Watchtower Cvmplafnt filed against you ta thebove
answer Thesubject Billie Clemens St Cloud. One sis-
Democrats and Republicans The Christian Endeavor classes styled &-' in said Cofe>. on
him to by
fna and urged run
Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION many study and discussion at 6:15 ter. Mrs. Be ty Bass, Palatka. wiU hold & weiner roast Friday the IStn day of IThCfMb.r. A.D. I960
fa 1960. !. especially in the South.. 01 a Decree Pro Conteeao will be
p.m.' is; "Security Dunns War of Funeral services were held at Bight at 6 p.m. at the home of the entered against you. Otven under
., .- A Catholic O'Connell decided to I PRISON BUDGET The eta. the Great Day at God;: Almighty". 2 o'clock Wednesday from the Delbert WbakojThey will meet mjr band and sear eT said Court: atKlsslmme
stay on_the Supreme Court and .phasis in the, budget. proposals .f one of for consideration *. Oaceola County. Florida
scriptures Grissom Chapel with the Rev.L at the. church at 5:30. November
RATESSix ( ,
be on this IS day of A.D.
of his boosters felt that the the Division of Correction: will
months $2.ZGone year. $4.00; two yean. $7.O. I many : will be Revelation 19:15: T. WUtkias, offkiattog. Caakeb- The Christian: Women's Council mo.
issue in the the of guards and is/ GLENN RAT
religious -was prune on upping pay
::And out of his mouth the protrudes bearers
were M.ean"foe" Bass will meet Monday November 28th As Clerk of said Court.,
,decision. ;fewer echelon personnel. a sharp long .sword that he BiUjr: demons,J. C. demons, May at, the home of Mrs. Jennie, Phil- CT. CT. SEAL
HIT TRAIL la the space of I Prison Director H. & Cocharan, ,may smite the nations with it,and aard demmons. James Roebuck tip -. Edward BrlnsonAttorney at Law
Good Turn Needed a week; two likely candidates for 'Jr., feels the btggest jingle'prof>- he will shepherd them with a rod I and John Roebuck Incerment was The Marys and Marthas meet KUalnmee Florida.

governor in 1964 have hit the banquet :lem in the orison. system is finding of iron. He treads too the press ''in Rose- Hill Cemetery, Grissom Tuesday, November 29, at the Nov.' 17-14. Dec. 1-'.

trail in the important Central a way tQ upgrade this personnel of the wine of the anger of theirath Funeral Horn was in charge olarrangements. horn of Mrs. Valerie Chitwood. NOTICE ODfcRFKTITIOl! !*

The philosophy underlying democracy is the foundation on whieb. Florida area. ; of God th Almighty. Sunday School at 9:45 with N.Il.: LAW "
Girl Scouting is. built. Helping others, giving service whenever and Sen. Fred A. (Bud) Dickinson A.big step in the right direction Wednesday, November 30, ft pjfl. classes for all ages; worship service TO MAT ALL CONCHRX tmoM :rr

wherever it is needed working with the group'toward' common goal '.Jr., West Palm Beach spoke to in upgrading the facilities will b* Bible book study in the Bible aid, at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that
developing qualities leadership and learning to work'under another's the Ocala. Chamber of Commerce completed Dee. 15 whea the new "Your Will B*Done On Earth! Mrs. E. A. Hardacker Name pursuant tuatutV (.Vetton to the SCS.M"Fictitious of the

all this is packed into the Girt Scout filling in for Gov-Eect .Farris wing at Raiford State prison is The congregation of Jehovah's un Florida Statutes. the undersigned -
leadership- program. .
who
Succumb Birth AnnouncementMr. are the only parties interested
This week, as the Osceola County Fund IMve for the Citrus Council -:Bryant who was. sick. dedicated. Witnesses Ocean Street invites MondayMrs. in the hereinafter named

of Girl Scouts opens its fund-raising drive, it. is well to remind our- i Jacksonville Major: Hayden r ODHAK SURrRlSED-Bni1q the public to attends and Mrs. Clayton Green announce business enterprise will present
selves that the future of our community depends:! at. least 50 per cent, :Burns was the principal speakerat I Odham controversial milk commission .. Emelege A. Hardacker.73. the birth of a daughter and proof register of publication>> with the of Clerk thIs of Notice the

on the generation of young; girls just now growing up. They will be, the High Springs Chamber of head was honored at a surprise :Church Of God, To passed away here Monda Mrs. Monday November 21, at Kissim- Circuit Florida Court the fictitious of Onceola rfame County."K1.-
Hardacker born in N. Y.
was and
sooner than we think, the wives of our young business men and community I Commerce dinner. party last week in Tallahassee mee Hospital. simniee Jumpen dymaay** nder
leaders, the mothers of our next generation they will in i TO STAY-W. I). Gray, brother which was attended not only Hold! Gospel Sing moved to Kissimmee from Lexington which! they are engaged in bustnens

large measure, determine the cultural tone of our town. i of Secretary of State R. A. cray by Gov. Collins, but by some of A Gospel Sing- will be held Saturday Mass., four years ago, making on Klssimmee North Orang.Osceola t'nnty.Rl*** ia Florida Trail.

What kind of women will they be? Well the Girl Scout program will. continue as an administrative Odham's severest critics in the night November1 26th at the bee home at 1421 Patrick St. LEGAL NOTICE this U60. 17th day of November Ad.).

offers heartening reassurance. Through Scouting, girls learn to accept I head under new Secretary State milk business. ChurcK of God 924 Bryan Street She wasa member of the Seventh W O. TAYLOR

responsibility, they learn to express their own views and to allow othersto Tom Adams. Everyone was mighty chummy. beginning; at 8 p.m. It.will feature simmee.THs.Day. Adventist Church of Kis- 17-24 MILDRBUNOT Dec 1-8.TAvLOIt

express theirs, they develop a healthy interest in the world around r Also joining the Adams staff Odham, who got a gold milk the Southland Quartet and many Hardacker (".'LL FOR BIDS!

will be Bill Roberts former assistant bucket as a reminder: of his job, ,other special singers. ; is survived by Notice to Contractors of Kisslm. .
them.The Girl Scouts moral code, with its emphasis on honesty. integrity -I attorney general and presently still talks like a man who has The members of the church will her Kissimmee husband James E. Hardackerof nee Healed and bids bt. Cloud.will be Florida.received at the- "

alertness: understanding of and compassion. for others, is a pat- director of the legislative tax something in mind politically serve fried chicken, and roast beef one son Arthur Hat- ffice of the Hoard of Public Instruction --- '

tern that can hardly be improved. If much of our future lies in the committee. GOP STRATEGY Some ReopubUcJna dinners from 11 a.m. until-. p.m. field,Mrs.'Irene Lynnfield, Mass.; tw. daughters er & Ernest of Osceola Sts., -KIseImm.a.County Thack Florida It

hands of women fortified by such training, equipped with such. skills" NO ASPIRATIONS-Sen.John believe that their best and from. 5 until 8 p.m. The price Enjrgen, West Rox- up to Ili5 ..etoelc A.&L, Tues .

and stimulated by such interests and motives, our community faces Bawls of Marianna. who has the chance of capturing a state officeis will be $1.00 for adults and SOc for bury, Mass.; and Mrs. Edna Stir- day.Decking Lfeceinber for Unit IS"A"ISM of). HijchlanduElementary for' Root '
Miami .
ting Florida
and
bright ahead. children For delivery call. Tilden seven -- .
years tough job of heading up a committee the Florida Legislature's reluctance SchooL Kisslmme -
But there's a job to be done first. Girl Scouting must be made which will recommend the to do something about reap- i 64462.. grandchildren.The bids Florida received, at which wHt time be publicly and place all-
opened
available to all girls in this area. More adult leadership is needed, changes in Congressional districts portionment. ; Thschedule of services at the body was forwarded to Boston and read aloud. Bidders abeclficatlons -

thorough training for those leaders is required. The cooperation of to take care of Florida's four new They think there is a possibilityof :Curch.pf., God is as follows: Sunday fciterment, Mass for funeral the services and Office. are on file at' the County

today's adults in. adequate support of this area's youth program is a Congressmen, tells friends he is putting together a "Collins : School l- 10 ajn.; morning worship Home. by Riedel Funeral W. R. STKFHEN'SBOARI

requisite for that bright future. not interested in running, for Con.. Coalition" using the "Pork Chop" U a.m.; SundaT night evangelistic STKUCT1ON> 06PUBtlC OF UIO51Lt IN- "., -.... '

Your generous contribution to the Osceola Fund Drive for Citrus gress. issue. r service, 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday (UNTV. FIxmiAly. .. ; T'JIMMIE'S

Council of Girl Scouts campaign will help to continue and expand the I I There has. been speculation that The pitch would be to make the ; nijht.prayer service, 7:30 Hinton Speaks On Secretary.Jfov : W. B.. Stephen BAH

Girl munity's Scout program in this area to meet the growing needs of our com Rawls might be inclined to rig the name "Democratic and "Pork i Friday, Y.P.E., ?:45 p.m. Public Relations 1124. Dec 1. FEATURINGWoody

younger generation. districts to take care of himself. Chop1 one and the same. Public relations, fast becoming CALL FOR BID

MOMENT OP TRUTH It's ELECTION OUTCOME The Shingle Creek Church recognized as a profession, is more Notice to Contractor* of Klaalm TynerAt

the moment of truth, for Bryant outcome of the Florida: election r Services Announced than getting names in newspapers, nee.Sealed and bid 8t. Cloud.will be Florida.received at the The Piano at the

; supporters who were counting on indicates that the Florida Cabinet Don Hinton, director of Office of the Boardof Public In.
I 111ticori: Editor the During the Sunday School session advertisingand. tructlon of Osceola County. Thacker MUSICAL\ BARTUUR&.FRkSATURDAY
administration.
"big jobsin members may take a more active: last public relations for Tupperware Ernest Sts., Klsimmee. Florida
Bryant is making the decisions part in the governorship campaignThe Sunday, a photographe Home Parties Inc., told the up to 10:00 o'clock A.M.. Tue-
took pictures of the classes in day. December II. I960 for Structural *
now. Somebody's bound tov be un Cabinet win at least be Kiwanis lub.
I steel to be used in construction -
------------------------- 8 11t ) midnight
their study, designed to reveal the p. (
UnitAn of Highlands Kle-
happy. keeping an eye on the field, and Hinton, who comes from newspaper of
Nov. 22, 1960 nizations of Osceola High School need of more adequate facilities ; a mentary School Kl."lmmH. Florida
ELECTORAL COLLEGE daring the Democratic primaries. for family and 'whose brotheris at which time and place: all bids re-
this
To The Editor: We, the members of the Senior important work of' the
With all the talk
about abolishingthe offer in
may some help to the man charge of public relations at
Is it fear of ridicule being Band Council would church., A new educational building
or like to
expressour electoral college system in think will be Minute Maid
they most effective Corp.. declared the
i is to be erected
considered sentimental or just sincere thanks the Kissim- soon.
to favor of a popular vote system, nobody degree of of
against Republican opposition. success a company or
the Next Sunday, the pastor, W P. Business
plain neglect greater numberof Orlando
mee Rotary Club for bringing the has mentioned that we still UNIVERSITY PITCH The product-an be partially predetermined .
citizens Hanks, Trifr speak on wrheGreat
our fail to display the outstanding Marine Band
to
our wouldn't know who was elected first big gathering of the Florida Sustainer" at the hour by the extent, to which it .
American Holi worship at
Patriotic
Flag on community this past month. under the popular vote system. Legislature, as it will be composed 10:20... Sunday School will follows basic rules of public rela
days. conveneat '
\ We feel that too often once'the The best suggestion still will be held tions.
next at Boca
appears year 9:30'With
classes for all Review
It
cannot be lack of
patriotism ages.
immediate interest is past, we to.be a combination of both: Keeping :-! Raton next Friday. The will Among these rules he included:
as the greater number of bur citizens young people have their
have a tendency to forget such a the diStributing (1) Put yourself in the a
Electoral
made sacrifices of kind College, but The Palm Beach County folks service and the evening study customer'splace :
or another during the two one World opportunity and those' who made the vote of 'each state hope to impress the Legislatorswith group will meet at. 7 o'clock. The ; ((2)) tell why you take certain By .

Wars and the Korean Conflict in it possible. I according the percentage of the the need for a new universityat children's service will also be held actions; ((3) give reasons; ((4) NEIL MILLSAP
Once again our thanks. vote received each really exert yoqrself to meet
defense of Freedom. popular by can- Boca Raton. at the same hour.Presbyterian. cus
The Osceola, High I tomer's wishes; ((5) meet commitments
Displaying' the Stars and Stripesin Senior Band Council ; ((6) deal with complaints America is Awakening to Comfort and Economy! ;
of "T1 is .
: our way saying A ouij t Church
graciously (7) don't push. people
Flag the emblem of our*country 'Washirigion.SeeSawBJ' Schedule AnnouncedA around; ((8) remember employee PETERS lIOBILE.HOIE\ : SALES '
which is symbolic of the freedoms
Odd Fellows Rebekahs
.& are individuals; ((10)) practicefriendly
offered all of us and we are : Community Thanksgiving
proud of what'it represents." To Hold SupperThe Service will be held Thursday, at -Hinton relations.said Vagabond Trotwood Skyline Mobile Homes

This past Nov. 11, 1960 designated WIN PENDLETOtf 10 aan. at the First Methodist public relations people Years
Bank Terms to 7 They
4n enerarebnspjg.: They Welcome Trade-ins -
Odd Fellows and Rebekahsof
as Veterans Day was the tie Church. The message will be given
WATCH THAT STOMACH really is on a diet. Been on itpiree ing everyday what businessman :
last Patriotic Holiday this to Kissimmee will hold their annual by,the Rev R. c... Horton. every
year There are two items that folks days suffering with it'- should be practicing. 1 Service What They Sell Accessories Cabanas. Awnings
stand up and be counted with other turkey supper .at the lodge brag about in polite living The Council of Presbyterian He
hall Tuesday November 29th at may and determined stay that Men was introduced by Murray Blossom Orlando Phone GA 2-8449
patriotic Americans by displayingthe room and cocktail society as -we way5oo. will have "Ladies. Night" Overstreet Jr.Chamber. 2500 S. Orange TrL,

American Flag. 6 p.m. know it today. The first is (LIter jcu see him idly ripping at their monthly meeting Friday,
However All members and families are invited your There is a, change in the living home miracles will astound you.
it. was gratifying to children. The only restriction here a Manhattan and. tossing 73&pun.: in the Educational Bu.iL1xi : -
see the increased number of Amer- and asked to bring table ser- is later iagf.. GaeJ Leramon, a businessman Names habits of a great and happy group The hardship and unpleasantness
that
you must sooner or down cashew nuts two at a for-
is
vice of hunting
and a covered dish. house gone
ican flags displayed on Broadwayand in Puerto Rico and'wbo hasa
awaken-
Americans They haTe
give equal time to the listener to ,
There be time). New CommitteesThree These complete homes
the immediate intersecting will a program.All hometa Orange Gardens where ever. ; everything
streets to Broadway a total 34 Rebekahs. are urged to meetat brag about his that is, if you The pest ''of any respectable be and !his family nee spending. a new committees have been esl to the convenience, economy and included in one easy price,
be well mannered aboutit.
want to
flags but on Main St. there were the hall for a degree practice group in serious conversation couple, of months, prior to going added to the committee of the luxury that mobile-homes make on easy terms. They're not small

only two. Wysong's T.V. &: Amoco after the program. about. 'cottage cheese and pear back to the island,, Will be the Kissimmee Chamber for 1561. possible. they often have more actual,

Service Station.In A warning must be given in salads or the Mayo lose-it-quick guest speaker. Mr. Lemmon's topic They are the education advertising More families are delighted to usable room than a small apart

the residential sections Orange passing avoid grandparents.Once menu, or reducing pills or Metre- mil be ItPreab terian. Mission and public relations, and move into brand new homes, with ment.

Gardens numbered 15 with Plans Made For they have the floor the most
Patrick Street between Thacker & Lutherans To Meet creditable and unusual and amazing all by saying, "My trouble is Sunday' activities begin with J. D. Benton president of the carpeting and; drapes throughout.Look how easily you may own your

City Ditch there were 5 flags on feats of your own geniusesare trying to gain weight. I'm four Sunday School at 9:45 aon,. and chamber announced the acceptanceof Tho luxury' convenience and own. insulated and beautiful home.

southside of Patrick. Residents in Plans are being made for a overshadowed by the merest pounds )less than I should be. I there are classes for all aces.: The chairmen of these committeesfor unrivaled comfort of these modern Call GA 28449.

all other sections of town were so meeting of all Lutherans fn the word or even a gurgling sound eat everything. Just I love chicken Church Service is at 11 ajn. and theyear as; Art Scalli education
few that it from the newest offspring of a Al Cody PANELFAB SALES OF CENTRAL FLORIDA
prompted this letter. Kissinuiee-St. Cloud area who are and dumplings and mashed pota. the Rev.' Dorr U Van Etten- will advertising pub.
Reaffirm our faith in Americanism. interested in the location of an doting grandmother.In toes. My favorite is friend chicken be preaching on "The Worth of lIe relations and Al Hunt, aviation.
Pledge how to our humble household we have Other committee chairmen Awnings Cabanas Screened Rooms Carports
display a American Lutheran Church in Kis- and french fries. I sure wish you'd a Soul. The Chancel Choir under appointed -
American flag on every appropriate simmee. turned this department over to our the direction of Lester W. Geisler are: Membership, C. p: II
few
occasion. The main item on the agenda for eager spouse who can do a much. tell me" how to put on a will render the anthem, "Give unto ("Dick") Dixon; Industrial, Lee Pre-engineered Buildings of Everlasting Aluminum .

Yours truly the meeting will be the presentation better lob at it than we can. (For pounds.Worst of an is the man with God the Glory"by Schuetz. This Graves; Legislative Affairs, Riley liOS Sligh Blv'd Orlando Phojte CHerry 1-6753
,
Donald W. Brown, Ch of a speaker who will be present some reason, never fathomable' en lost Sunday begins the Advent Season Miles; Flood Control and Area Development -
the look. He did iU He
Flag Comm. Makinson-Carson. Post to discuss the assistance that our part, folks always look at us 20 pounds.smug Nobody really appreciates 'andduring this season the choir Bill Morse; Roads and! These versatile aluminum build Here's an entirely modern way

No 10. can be expected in the project from with unbelieving: eye whereas what he did they secretly will present a Carol each Sunday, Highways, Bill Prather; Budget; ings meet dozens'of needs on the to build, structures trat are sure
Bill Wallis
w the National and Regional Lutheran our sweet wife can tell the same ; Sports Promotion
the Carol this week being (0 ranch, in business and in industry.
hate him forto And another Bert Fraser New Business to be exactly what yon want. Py
Kissimmee GazetteTo Councils. story and make it sound gospeltrue Come.O Come Emmanuel.* The ; Virginia Low in cost, to erect, attractive
easy
"
the chancces he'll "
the Editor: The exact time and location of which it is, of course.) thing : are put United Presbyterian Youth will "Andy Rote; Lakefront Development in in various all means, call CH 1-0753, let these
all appearance
Dear Sir: the meeting will be announced in The other item of permissible it him back on it fate.will sneak up meet.. in_ the Educational Build5ng Dr. Tom Blaln; Merchants clear-span widths they are adaptable friendly folks show you how easily
On behalf of the musical orga- the next edition of the Gazette. bragging is diet. And we on as sure as Association Pete Hunt;
of
your We know all about that kind. at 6 p.m. Parking, Raymond Yates Agriculture to almost any need. Of sturdy, you may own the building your
have reserved for ourselves that That's us! We did itt! Back in December The United Presbyterian Women Bob Cody. ; all aluminum construction they choice low down payment, easy

OVER SOAKED topic of conversation at our house. we predicted that we'd will hold their Tnank Offering Two ether committee are firesafe, weatherproof and terms. Call soon. This firm values
chairmen
Here in Washington, your diet drop from 151 down to 140. Wantto meeting Mondy: 8 p.m. In the Salesperson of the Month and Merchant termite-proof they'll not sag, I your friendship and they want

rates third in cocktail Smalltalk. hear how we did it i ? Come overbore :Educational} Building Subject ofhemeeting"Prais. Solicitation remained unannounced warp, or rot you as a customer, !

Politics comes first children by the fireplace and we'lltellyo in the.Night"Leader as policy of the Chamber.

second and then the story of all about. "It.wasn't. easy, : Mrs. Joseph C.: Caddeil.' The committee chairmen will McCALISTER\ SANITATION COMPANY -
appoint
how you are suffering or not suffering Hostesses arc Mesdomes: MamicBoris
of members to their
from eating or not eating course Jennette Wootfe, Erford using the recently mailed committees committee Septic Tanks Cleaned, Installed 24 hr. Service I I

It is the easiest gambit known Woods, Ralph :Rupert, Daryl preference report of members
Roto-Rooter Service3l dern Equipment
Electric
for making a new acquaintance. and' Miss
Christian Science CartCj Joseph Buscher as a help in selecting interested
\
You spy a pretty girl on the other L J ol1anseft. members to with fa the hands
with
serve them. Announcement ,- This firm does cleaning The management Is
\ side of the room with a martiniin Society Gives ThanksThe The Junior Choir wUIjneetWed of of-
J complete commit I vacuum, quickly and without ;of capable aad'pufciie-cpirfeed men
one hand and a fist ffill of salted in th. EducationalBuilding.
Dea4ay.p.m. tees will be
given left :
in the other. Youdont daily importance of gratitude as soon as all are fensive ,odors. Premises are who are laminar wttk.e'ery detail
peanuts received by President "
wait for an introduction. You just to God was emphasized at the The MidWeek Service will pe Benton. scrupulously clean their workis .r their I u neM. It is quite proper

slip up and say, "How in the world special Thanksgiving Day service held Wednesday, 1:3P: pv in.,the Seven guaranteed to meet all specifications that .we compliment them on the
can stand there like that and held by the Christian Science Soci Educational Building. Arrested As preo ferni position their firm has
you For this firm is not content to of this area's most
gained as one
eat peanuts and wash. them down ety.Featured Hunting Season OpensSeven
with that delightful martini and in the service were ex* offer a merely: average service. valued service!
pressions of gratitude by members I District GovernorTo The management insists that nothing ? 32983 if
still keep such a 'lovely figure? men were arrested fo Can CYpress no
That does it. If it is conversationyou of the congregation for the bless. Visit Lions Club trespassing Jn Osceola County as be' left undone to assure complete .answer dial CY 3-666.

after the historyof ings which God's goodness had tine 1960 hunting season opened customer satisfaction. Such
are comes William Wallace district -
governor
brought into their lives. benefits the entire corn- Modern Equipment means no unnecessary
her life. There are all types. 'I of the Lions Club will visit this past weeke d. service .

Thi fat lady (yoa inustnt call included These voluntary testimonies the Kissimmee dub Nov. 28, memberswere According to the sheriffs department munity. digging!
mention of healing j
her that) who is the.corset manu. disorders of various physical 1 : toM recently; at a regular those arrested were: WM. G. LAIL & ASSOCIATES v
attarer's[ dream. His books have types meeting. Donald R.; Caruso and James L. '

her listed as a "permanent custo- i through prayer."Thanksgiving"application. n of scientific At the same P1e ting, Prea. Jim Alexander, both of St. Cloud for All' Types of Masonry Work Free Estimates I I
.
tam She "talks" the greatest diet >. was the subjectof Clay ".imported a district caSet trespassing 'On _Ropers Ranch; :

i ie the world. As she plops another the Lesson-Sermon for the day, meeting held last weekend foOcala. Theophius Hampton, John Leggett 1118 W. Oak Ridge Rd., Orjando Phone GArden 3-8271(

shrimp in hr month with on hand irlich: was composed of selections He told of the work of the Cecil Carrol**David Carrel t
and loads and Donald Coffmsn all of Or- When contractor's name stands masonry work contact this depend.
Mdipf cnto a corn chip from the Bible and from "Science Florida Foundation of the Blind a
with the Undo, f<* trepassing Des tet in special field able firm then reia&r work;
ether and says, "It's aglad a&f Health with Key to the Scrip Clay! recommended that all mem- on out prominently a
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problem With me. I have tried tures" by Mary Baker Eddy. ber&.of the cluV have their eyts Farms Inc. property. there's always a reason. No one will i be done propftItaad on time,

everything The doctors nave'given checked because ,he said be had Other arrests''reported by the t who knowr these. men Questions the by mn who nave &e equipmentand

ap. Have you tried these olives? learned at Sunday's meeting tEat sheriffs department: Included that f fact that: they are expert craftsmen the. abittty to do. a good job

Th y'ke stuffed:with a1m .Bd.. Isat Birth Announcement Florida has the hlgnest incidence ef Walter Mat bew Hunter, Deer I They take pride in their _5.Wra. '

\this *a wonderful party? I lost ef gloueoma in the nation- Park, o*. # charg of. assauh and I. work N ;J* ts to hue.f.r them Co LAIL & ASSOCIATES

thirty pounds! lasC !aamEi--$ )Mr. and Mrs. William Corbettanaounc Bob :E.i .u--was named Lion of battery' and non-rapport. ; and I yet no job is too small for them to are fafljr fatare mel licensed.

it all came right back." ._/? *' the birth of'a daughter theweek.. He h active in Little Marry Delane, assault with a deadly give their contract. undivided at- Their guarantee means easterner

i And the lw>mx .fe1l 'a.juit: I Sunday;; November 20, at the Os- League. work as well'as! the UoniPuh. weapon against Eachael Robinson. r tention. satisfacU Call GA 3-8270 for
l For residential and commercial service*: r further information.Pate .
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KAST Club Mef Keith' Padgett I Is Young Homemakers Small Claims Court ,The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, November 24, 1960 Page 5

Tuesday Night Now In Germany I To Organize Club, Schedule AnnouncedThe I
Fourth District Most t
I Populous II
A meeting of all home- .
The KAST Club opened their Army Specialist Four Keith S.: makers has been scheduled young fo* Small Claims Court win .__....L ______.___ .. __ __ __
; meeting Tuesday nightwith a Padgett, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Tuesday Dec. 6 at the close for the Christmas and New Flondas J.ounllOD&"nsuwuu through urowara aid; across the
Count
half hour of community singing Padgett, 414 Mabbette St. Kissim- Agricultural Bldg. at 2 Year Holiday December 21 &: 29, district moved up to the second state to the Gulf. This area of
ltd by Jay Ruffner with Maude: me, Fla. recently participatedwith .Some of the home pm. dem- 1960 and January 3rd, 1961. most populous district in the na- eleven counties: has a populationof
Ounsmore, at the piano. other personnel from the 46th onstration members younger with children Claims (cases) may be filed up, tion during the past ten yean '733,367 up 158 per cent from
Artillery Group in Operation Peli- while the state's sixth district 1950. One district each in California -
Her. Maurice Grigsby 1 to November for
December
gave would l like to form their own 22 hearing on
can in Germany. 158 cent to rank it third and New York grewfaster..
sermonette on Thanksgiving ant demonstration club. All home- 6th and 13th, 1961. Cases grew per
'announced the death of Mr*. J. E The operation was designed to makers with, children. IIi or Out filed after that datewill be scheduled -I' nationally, t Florida_ _State Chamber "Honda's first district with a
ro Hariiker. test the combat efficiency of Sev- of Commerce said yesterday. of
of school are cordially invited. for January 10th 1961 or population 807,182 ranked sev-
Mrs. Lucy HamEn reported 22 enth U. S. Army artillery and artillery If the group organizes and other Tuesdays in January and I "Dade and Monroe counties, enth nationally in- size and regis-
tables at play at the card party support units in the field. needs it, a nursery service will February.The I which comprise the fourth district tered an 85 per cent gain duringthe
Monday night with high scores Specialist Padgett assigned to be made available.Mr. office win be open on have a combined population of 966,* ten years. HiHsborough, Pin-
being held by the following: contract the group's 523d Engineer Com-' Tuesdays but cases may be mail-. 251 a gain of 84 per cent accord ellas, Pasco and Hernando com-
C bridge Mrs. Mayme Pos- pany in Neckarsulm, entered the ,and Mrs. Bruce Wilson, ed in for processing. ing to the preliminary official prise this district
sins; 500, Mrs. ,Minnie Wager; Army in July 1958, completed basic 1414. California Ave.., St. Cloud, count. Only one district in south- "The fifth district extends from
euchre Mrs. Etta Dearmin; pm- training at Fort Jackson, S. C., announce the birth of a seven Patent medicine consumption in- ern California, is larger by about St. Johns through Brevard and
sA jchle, Eugene Lemenager; canas-. and arrived overseas in April 1959. pound son, Bruce Owen born November creased 740 per cent from 1880 to 40,000. westward through Orange and Cit
P a, Mrs. Julia England. The 21-year-old soldier is a 1957 10th at the Florida Sani- 1910 while the population increased "The sixth Florida district ex- rus. The eleven county population
John MacGillivray reported graduate of Osceola High School tarium. only 8 per cent. tends from Indian River county totals 728,789, up 96 per cent.

membership of 549 to date. .

James McTeggart, the president,
announced that a special meetingof sA .
YY the board of directors will be r
held Friday morning at 9 aun. He ithiiiasGtfti*
4 also announced that Mrs. Marie \

Rowsey hd won 4th place in thea.diel'
singles at :tJt.: Cloud this


N ', 3 week.The Kow Kapital Tournament l irirtr\i With Top Value Stamps _
will be played here next Tuesdayand '
Wednesday. The Orlando
Doubles Tournament will be held
at Orlando December 1 and 2. The Quantity RightsReserved 1

Try a Roy41 1 Rib for the King of Feasts. A magnificent roast for Full Moon singles at Lakelandwill 1V 1VF '
held Lakeland December I
be at
the masculine feast
Christmas dinner is sure to please especially
era. Professional chefs art inclined to say the. best roast i is a big 5 and 6. !
Prices Good Thru
roast. With' loved ones gathered around. the family board what Thereere 16 present for .their Nov, 27th
better time for a big rib rout. first time. OOD S't0p -
t/'tT"-2c;
Rev. Dorr Van Etten pastor ol : / ;
the Presbyterian Church was in- "
= troduced as MC for the program ,.
Roast Beef Is Traditional'Holiday put on by the United Presbyterian \: -
r
I' Youth Group. lie was assisted, .' ytJl( &:NOI'P
in this capacity by his ventriloquist -
: Dish In America \ ummy. Teddy. The program ASTOR VAC::PAK, COFFEE OR :
put on by the youth depicted life
-- in its various stages. They were
Around the world, wherever of attraction on the Christmas' assisted by Howard Stark vocalist ; :

Christmas is celebrated, sometime board. and Mrs. Wilfred Brisbin MhXWElLoLb
It is to turn rib roast
simple a *
I' during the festivities :* a feast pianist
,
cooked to perfection but it does .. ;
with special dishes and special
take' preplanning. A rib roast can "
cooking: Scandanavian housewives ,
i also be tailored to the size of _
turn out quantities of Christmas Students Conduct
the family gathering. Figure on _
breads and cruellers and even a
Christmas porridge. An Englishman one pound per person Select meat Magazine Drive HOUS.E
of U.s. Choice grade. Have
of today looks for his roast your
butcher cut through the bone at Osceola High school sorhomores .
and plum pudding j just as his Jp
goose the large end to permit easy carving again are offering: for sale sub- I
ancestors anticipated the! triumphant
nation's most
scriptions to the
will love '
entrance of a decorated boar's Remove(your carver the roLStfrom you the) refrigerator popular magazines.The LIMIT ONC Wrttt/! IS OR MORE FOOD. .Mllt. :. : / :
head to the ,great hall. A whole t
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in time for it to reach sales program is one which .
young in roast mouth pig is complete traditional with with apple room temperature prior to roast. results in giving the students .. :. -- \J. : '
J ing. Wipe it with a clean cloth. funds they otherwise would not .,_; : 0' .:.
Spanish peoples. """. ;: ,
Trim off any hard edges on the have for school activities and is ; '
But what is our traditional special fat Rub it with a garlic bud if done in co-operation with the -' .; D} rQ All Vegetable =. ."
,
I dish In some households there your family likes -garlic. Rub it Curtis Publishing Co. CAMPBELL'STO :r.O. '
is none. In others it i i. turkey, a
bird really borrowed from the per.with fresh or coarse. ground pep- -120 Members of them-are of the sophomore selling class the S 0 U .p T Qt SOt.

Thanksgiving tradition. And in Roast uncoyered in a, preheated magazines until Nov. 28. They : WI 50N' 0"1. Limit I with 2" 9
of these households the
f many S&o) degree oven rib side down have requested that persons whose : a $5.00 or mart
Christmas bird makes its entrance
,lat side up. The ribs act as a rack. subscriptions are soon to expire Food Order
just as the Thanksgiving bird is I
The juices in the fat make the consider renewing tnem throughthe -
f making its final exit after having roast selfbasting.If student sales program. No. 1cAN 1 0/ :
appeared numerous times in a vari- have .reliable thermo- ,
jou a Improved
Money they raise in this way
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of diaqtri
ety s. -
meter rse it as this is the surest

i gaze If your at the family Christmas,has a tendency bird with to iW doneness.}ttqdj ,f Be roastingto sure to insert desired the is annual used and to help goes proauce intothe the topic.school- ':'-,';.. r Ni' : :

i 4 herewe go .egam expression thermomether s close'to the cen- more class class activities fund for'future including grad use1in .. ,. 'K .', ( N T F A (j- : Pk:9'5 I 9.
why not make that special dish ter of the lean as possible. uation expenses. GREEN GIANT o $5
the king of roasts for the king of Without a meat thermometer,
feasts? In short, the royal stand- allow 15 minutes per 'pound for .
Ing rib of beef. Everything about rare, 20 minutes per pound for machine, racing with one another: 1 PEA S
the standing rib marks it as a medium, end. 25 minutes per poundfor to fill the crates. They sing spirituals Deep South Strawberry ,
treat worthy of being thecenter well done.
inbeautiful harmony
as they
inch down the rows on their knees -OZ

I together.The snap. bean's past like its .2 CANS 303f 3p PR'ESERVES Jar 29 .

bright green coat is quite colorful Limit 1 with
A well-traveled Vegetable, the food Order
snap bean wandered from its he me I .
to nearly every nook and. cranny .
h
of the North and South American 1 PILLSBURY CANNED;
continents. Early explorers from ,
f s. ,' the Old World found it akin to _
.4 x beans they had back home. One ; VAU CtIP BISCUITS
writer thought it "differing in
color and taste from ours, of good
and pleasant taste."

While snap beans contribute a 4 39t
generous supply of nutrients to CANS
the diet, they are among the bw-,
est in calories in the vegetable
If family with only 55 in a Large C
seasoned serving.
3 When selecting snap beans allow M .
one pound for four servings.
x Pick them green, crisp and tender. EANS EU.BACON
Store them covered in the refrigerator t9
f if they are not to be cooked
I I right away but don't wash them .
until you're ready to use them LIMIT fc WlOf FOOD 0 R QGR. .
SNAP BEAN Sl"NRrHST-thi- simple but effective arrangement 2 LB, 98?
since
they may rust if stored wetThey
of map beans is certain to bring a burst of applause from the company BOX
should be washed and rinsed
I or the family-especially if it is accompanied by this quickie several times before cooking.
but ynramie mushroom and water chestnut sauce
Since they may be used in soups,
*
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stews, salads and you name it, FRESHLY

II Snap Beans Tasty Dish the snap most beans versatile are considered'of vegetables.one of GOLDEN BANTAM FRESH

, Here's a recipe: called SUNNY Gi
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SNAP BEANS which ES certain ND BEE.f 310oK'
Housewives in the net too when snap beans were on the to F,
make hit with the
tasted a family or
distant past used to slave over menu. They never quite as .e
a hot stove in the summertime good as the fresh ones but they company on any day of theweek.
canning snap beans. In the winter- were better than no beans at all. .
time they would go to the smokehouse : Now housewives cai\ provide 1 pound snap beans 10 59iJ' SMOKED I -
or pantry and fetch a. jar their snap bean-loving: families H pound ham hock EARS :
with this delicious and nutritious : .
1 mushroom
can soup :
STOVES REFRIGERATORS vegetables- fresh from the marketall 1 can water chestnuts, drained SLAB BACON.SLICED 39
Used winter long. sliced ,
Some 85 per:cent'of.the nation's 14 minced bell "
cup
FURNITURESewell winter snap bean comes from *4 cup minced onion pepper SPARTAN FROZEN ORANGE _

Thurmond Florida, which Is the country's 1 egg wen beaten TASTY fiLLETS OF _
1015 W. Church' 1745 KuhJ' biggest producer of the fresh ones 1 small can mushrooms stems : JUICEsibo I "
ORLANDO the year round* and pieces drained ,
.
The bulk of the winter crop = t.
I'doved garlic minced: i
nearly a quarter of a bilKoa>> pounds ,J4 teaspoon basil SNAPPER u 39
in Palm Beach County
grows
14
teaspoon thyme
Help! He>a.LESESNE where to the Atlantic the ,sandy Ocean loa n and'the' b'ip lost rich salt, pepper to.taste :: 7 .i'

muck land near Lake Okeechobeeand Cook the" ham hock in enough .f' THE FAMpUS #(PRMEL ,
Employment Agency the Everglades'simulate the water to cover: it until nearly done.
snap bean's native habitat in Hexieoand Break the ends off the beans : '
9M BRACK ST.:; Central America. wash them thoroughly and add to ,- lbs' $ 99AN.

A beautiful sight from the air the ham hock. Salt to taste and EDI FROZ r. *' "': CAN PICNIC 3 f 1 '
the bean patches ate laid out in let them cook l1nUJ done (abov\:J 30 N .
SOLD OUT FAST neat squares and bordered" with minutes on: medium heat). SHRIMP ;
Over one half of all lots are slender while xnalaeuka Jtrees, dark WhO the beans cook* mix the _- : .
green Australian -pins r>f ,bright mushroom soup (undUu dHPtl) SUPERBRANDail.
SOLDIN yellow '#sunflowers. |o- serve, _as remaining ingredients ia:a..saucepan .
TROPICAL PARK windbreakers. :' and simmer until beans-Fare

DOWN During snap bean(harvest which done. Arrange .the beans in sen- .
LOTS (flft; If MO. rt
OPEN DAILY AND runs Z'OaghlytroDi'::=November burst fashion around a platter ;: T. (H'.EESE 22 49
SUNDAYS through' Apri tfc&iK m women round or elliptical centered with .
Eddie Clemoaa Tl 7- can be :seem... "tielr' -. beads whole pimei4) :sad poor,tie saute ,
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swathed la bright bandanas and piping hot, ove *he beans U you6exve __ ,
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Page 6 The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, November 24, 1960 I REAL ESTATE .
BARGAINS 2 BR CBS

EXCELLENT BUSINESS I BEST BUYS J I INCOME AND 2 BR CBS FURNISHED
; LARGE 3 BR FRAME HOMEr $ ,090 GOOD TERMS
LOCATION Lakefront Home 2 BR with den HOME FURNISHED
I close in, ,$7,000 2 OPEN HOUSES 2 '
80 on Mai* St. $10.+. 00 165 on lake wonderful place to $10,750 2 BR partly furnished
retire, excellent fishing, bargainat
BUILDING LOTS $50 DOWN 1)) 108 Palm Ave. coiner Mabbette. Look for Open House sign. $15,000. $6,000 Terms

NEW 2 BR MASONRY HOME streets and electricity available Lovely home, only 3 years old, just old enough to get beautifully Home, 2 BR Practically New, FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED RENTALS

built-in kitchen low down payment' Small monthly payment I established lawn and shrubbery started. 2 massive shade completely furnished, corner lot
8,495 i oaks make this house a real home. Note the following featuresfor only $10,500.Lakefront ADa KISSIMMEE REAL ESTATE
comfortable living: large living room with plenty of wall showplace, large ,
Cheek with us for famished and unfurnished Rentals.ROBERTSON'S space for attractive furniture arrangement large kitchen with modern home, beautifully land- 521 Main St. TI 6.3953

REAL ESTATE dining area and loads cabinets and formica counter space; scaped lot, excellent buy at $27- -
clean elect almost bedroom and airy I
good range, new; large light 500.
324 BROADWAY TELEPHONE TI 6-4493 ., with ample closets extra closet for winter or summer clothing
storage; beautiful full-tile bath with linen closet and glass BUSINESSESRestaurant

shower doors on tub for easier housekeeping; large carporteand .._....-........... $11,000 TI 7.2230
util. room; beautifully kept. Clean, clean clean. Lot 65' x Grocery \Store ..........._... $ ,s00 Bruce's \
FOR SALE OR RENT: Tent trailer. 135' on a corner with nice enclosing hedge. Paved street and Hardware $3,500 plus inventory
Ti 6.5631
ARTICLES FOR SALE Arthur C. Olson, 814 Oak St. sidewark on one side. City water and sewer. $10,500. Cash or Auto Supply &:Sen-ice.. $33,000

7 piece chrome 'dinnette suite PARAKEETS FOR SALE good terms. Fishing Camp ....1__.... $40,000

$38.00. Crochet Bedspread Royal St, Phone TI 72728. 708 SEE THIS YOU WILL WANT IT Marina ......._..__.._.._... $13,500: Sunshine Homes
!onSAIL! $40.. old type chest of draw- 2)) Third house east of Thacker Avenue on the North side of Cement Tile Mfg _...__. $3,500

ers $5.00 Easy chair $10.00.* FOR SALE: Girl's Schwinn bi- Mabbette. Look for Open House sign. New and lovely home. We hare many other listings,

Bookcase $15.00, 0 ineh two 'cycle, excellent condition. Call Note the following features: 3 Bedrooms; 1 Vt baths; I large SEE US! 3 BR HOME FOR SALE
BARGAIN: BARN speed window fan $20.00, Large TI 7-2574.'. I square living room with guest closet large kitchen; lovely
size: Film scrUB on tripod birch cabinets; built-in GE counter range and wide automatic LANDS LARGE LOT HIGH AND DRV

1,000 pairs ladies &: young $10.00. All real bargains., FOR apartment SALE:.size Bowling oil heater.ball and bag, oven with removable door; molded formica counter; built-in Suburban Building Lots 91 x NEAR OSCEOLA GOLF CLUB
ladies shoes. All popular One mile north on Old Dixie Steve'sRadiator pantry or cleaning closet, plus washer drier area with double 288. Paved Road, ,$1,395, EASY
sizes, styles &: colors. Highway 527 (Next door to Shop 922 Main St. :doors; double sink; generous dining area; 3 bedrooms witH good TERMS. WE ARRANGE FINANCING

Perfect brand new factory Norton Tile Co.>>) KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL- closet space; large linen closet; master bath has vanitory with 8-Lots 50 x 140, City water

pack (no shop worn Call D. G. Weldon TI 6-3384 LIPS 66.WE GIVE TV STAMPS. full plate glass mirror; contour tub with shower; skylights in and Sewer. ......._....._..._.. $4,000 WILL BUILD ON YOUR LOT OR OURS

or seconds)$4 35 pr. ........ Rt. 5, Box 289 OSCEOLA OIL CO.1110 NORTH( both bathrooms plus window' ; smaller bathroom isoff hall for Lot,50 x 140, Paved Street City
for homes little bit better.
Contact that
Closeout ...................... ..... $1.49 MAIN ST. TI 6-3941. convenience of guest; Stewart-Warner circulating oil heater, Water & Sewer.' Nice shade us are-just a
thermostat controlled; extra large ceiled carporte; large storage i trees, only $800.
.
1,8 00 pairs boys & girls TI 7-2230 TI 65631Bruce
FINE WATCHES: Wide selection, room for Mr. Buyer's tools and equipment; awning windows; 2 Lake Shore Lots, Neptunearea -
saddle oxfords new 6/12 Shop Kissimmee First Bulova, Benton Benrus, Hamil- floors well established lawn and
&: 1/3 ..._::._......_......_.._... $1.00 ton and terrazzo ; shrubbery' ; paved $3,000 Ea. / Partin, Developer and Builder
RAFFIA Elgin at Benton's Jewelry. streets, city water and sewer; $14,100. ; cash or good terms can 5 ACRES, on Paved Road,
2.000 pale mens &: boys be arranged. $2,250, $225 down and $25 per
Loafers all new $,&,00 pr.$2.00 Handcraft Supplies Shell Mo. -
1,400 pairs Mens & Boys Supplies Straw Bags FOR SALE. Grapefruit and or- THESE 2 HOUsES ARE FOR SALE: 3 BR. 2 bath CBS
: 24 ACRES, Close to town, $S-
low. cut Grip sole work Plain and Fancy anges. A. P. Banta, 405. E. Bass yt BLOCKS APART. 000 Terms. house 2 years old, porch, patio, \\1/\ J

shoes _...._ pr .._.......-.- $2.00 I DRIFTWOOD LAMPS StreetFOR 120 ACRES Close to town $200 just repainted, many extras. Excellent
1.700 pairs mens Nylon One of a kind.... LOW PRICES SALE: 25 sturdy unpainted OPEN, FOR SHOWING Per A.: terms. 2525 Beaumont,

Stretch socks ..._.. pr. .... 25e CYPRESS KNEE LAMPS,com- dining room chains $4.50 each.Snyder's FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 700 ACRES near town $200 TI 72316.
1,900 pairs Boys Nylon plete with cypress shade from Dutch Kitchen, Rt 441 Nov. 25, 28, 27 $ Per A.

stretch socks pr. ....._ lee $6.00. 5 I) miles east of Kb uemee. 10:00 12:00 A.M. 10 ACRES on lake, 8000.
FRESH FRUIT 2:00 5:00 P3I. 2 ACRES on lake, $6,150.
800 pairs ladies, girls .& SPEIDEL WATCH BANDS When
SHIPPED DAILY : OR, FOR PRIOR INSPECTIONOF d SEE THIS BEAUTY
infants stretch anklets I you wear one, you wear the finest SUN EMPIRE REALTYFIRST

19c&400 : .___.._.........._.._..._.__ 25e CHRISTMAS GIFTS ; Wide selection at Benton's INTERIOR, CONTACTFLORIDA bedroom CBS home
JEWELRY CANDY NATL. BANK BLDG. Large 2 on
Ladies, Girls &: Childs, HUNDREDS OF- FLORIDA I Jewelry.SERVICES. nice lot. Tile bath, built-in electric '
KISSIMMEE Ph. TI 7-2333
Fall weight Dresses .... $1.95WATCH REALTYCOUNSELORSI -
SOUVENIRS kitchen. Utility room and
720 Undershirts. Long ,
Heavy rib ._.__.... 3 fcr $1.00 GRACE RIVERS GIFT.SHOP carporte. One year old and in
INC. FOR SALE House, first time of-
Highway 17-92 South at the :
the best of condition.
1,100 childs cotton panties .. )15c overpass Kissimmee fered unfurnished, 2000 sq. ft. [XNOWDCT
hair National OFFEREDDRESSMAKING 2 BROADWAY TI 6-2702 TI 6-2712 floor beautiful oak and
2,000- nets, Big OPEN 7 DAYSFOR PHONE space, $7,900 oex NEW Hone rs UIIT.
Brand _. 3, for l fOe palm trees, reasonably priced RZWNWL SHOOtP a+S0af f WAN

1,500 Purses 79c _..._.,_... 15c SALE: 17" Philco T.V. one.. ; FOR RESULTS, SEE A REALtOR. owner 317 Portage St. Small Down Payment DAVIS

90 only, fiery nice Rags .... 95e year warranty on picture tube. : Evening gowns -- LOTS FOR SALE: Lakefront lots You can't beat this one. See at AGENCY

87 Rags, nice,.large ...-.... $1.95 2515 Beaumont Ave. a specialty. 1206 Verona, Myrtle FOR RENT: Two furnished apart- on Lake Cecile, all are over 350' 406 East Still St. or call owner
Van Marter mets, 114 Emmett St., two blocks Also residential lots high 114 Main St.
TI 72515. deep.
5.000 Ladies &: Girls Belts 15c FOR SALE: 1956 Olds, 4 dr., super RENTNICE TI 6-3996.
from business district. W. B. and water 63 132.
1,400 Boys Polo Shirts ........ 25e: 88, radio, heater, automatic, Home TI 68384. dry city x
500 yards 69e; cloth ...... Yd. 49c power steering and brakes, extra DRAGLINESERVICE ROOM ,.. Call TI 7-2495 after 5 p.m.

There are many other items 5c, clean. 202 Marion Ave. FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom REAL ESTATE BROKERSIf
tOe OB the retail dollar. Phone TI 7-2782. APARTMENTAND House with lot on Sample Street. FOR SALE: 3 BR two bath CBS
up 3/8 Yd, Bucket EALESTATE Good: condition, very reasonable.For home, Florida room, corner l lot; yon will atop in our of .
fOR SALE Kitchen window
Some in Iota of 100,000 up. : com Our Is 'GARAGE down. 605 S. Thacker Ave. lice we have many pros
rig on rubber and on call information call TI 6-3388. $400
_ We are the largest Liquidatorsof plete, good condition $5.00. TI pects who come in looking

wearing apparel in the south 7-26001.: TI 7-2704 Furnished, first floor, two people FOR SALE: Good income apart- for REAL ESTATE whichwe

and headquarters for pennies on FOR SALE: '56 4 dr. De Sbto like by the season $75 per month. ment house all furnished, year do not hare. As of now
the merchandise, Come to Sibert new, '51 Ford pickup, good condition A very comfortable older house, around renters. See owner 209 10 ACRE we only sell lots $10
Mills Company Warehouse in reasonable. Bud and WANTEDPOSITION ORRIE KIRKPATRICK 6 large rooms furnished, screen- Part Street. GROVE DOWN $7 MONTH.

Davenport.' Follow the signs John's Gulf Service Main and corner ,Bryan and Clyde ed porch, Carporte & Utility Eddie Clemons TI 7-2380

II BARGAIN BARN. Open week I Vine St Phone TI 6-6842. I Rm., on 3 lots, only $8,000. .... FPR SALE: Four rooms and bath 60% Ruby Red Grapefruit TROPICAL PARK
I concerte block house, lot 60'xl80 40% Early Orange.
OPEN DAILY AND
days &: Sundays PJW.
nice BR CB home
3 large
Very ,
I FOR SALE: Like new $730 value, on high ground, 4 car carporte, SUNDAYS
3 pc.. aqua sectional with walnut WANTED FOR RENT: Two and three room- Cajporte &: Utility Rm on large just outside of Kissimmee. Good I Located in Kissimmee Park. BROKERS PROTECTED
convenient
furnished
built-in tables; beige Stratoliner Lady age 27, experienced apartment location. Moorefield, Building landscaped lot, $13,500. buy! Write.Box 668 St. Cloud or Asking $1,000 per acre
I
reclining chair; tangerine Danish bookkeeping, typing, cashier all office. 10 A. frame house, deep well, phone TWinbrook 2-2121. I
FOR I modern occasional chair; walnut phases office work hotel-motel opposite post Firuit & Shade, 10000. H. L Drummond
lamp table; two large white! management desires work fall FOR RENT: Four cottages and FOR SALE: Two lake lots, nice i Star Route
Large lot 100 x 150 ft. fruit Terms !if desiredor
theHOLLY lamps; brown tree lamps $385 or part time. For information duplex furnished, six miles south location $3500. I FLORIDA HOME
FOR SALE
& shade $1,850. will trade. TI 72220. ST. CLOUD
for everything. Carl Glass 203 .
call TI 72912. of Kissimmee on 1792. Ida .
TW 2-5532
_ Poindana CirclerTI 7-2419 Slack. 5 nice lots, close in, all utilities FOR SALE: In Lake Cecile Park, One BR CBS home nice location

DAY available. 2 BR CBS Home,fully tiled bath, just outside city limits.
FOR SALE: 59 Pontoon boat with
NOTICE: I will not be responsible FOR RENT: One and, Two bed Lot 65 x 130. Will take $3,000.
built-in kitchen lot 80x175 lake
BAZAARopening 39 hp Gale Sovreign motor re- for any debts thAt Ellen Gail room mobile trailers. Rainbow SEE i frame
bedroom
FOR SALE 2
motes. Cost over $1400, sacrifice Estep makes. Mobile Homes'and' Trailer Park, privileges choice residential sec- : Contact Landon Francis Rt. 5
$690. Water paddle cycle cost James S. .Estep. Michigan Ave, % mile off East NELSONREALTY tion, quiet country living. Call I house on Boggy Creek, good Box 21, Old Dixie Highway
Dec. 2 & 3 $350, sacrifice'$150. Two 7% hp Vine--St. TI 7-2495 after 6 p.m. fishing, large lot, quiet retirement neighborhood second street right north of
motors cheap.Also Correct Craft WANTED TO SWAP: Seven room r MEN perfect New Church of Christ.
peACE 7 with 35 hp Evinrude electric, apartment home in Sebring for FOR RENT: Trailer space with home! TI 7-2965.
$1909 -
cost $1500, sacrifice $675. Selling home in Kissimmee or St. Cloud. patio,$10 month. Tip Top. Trailer since LOT FOR SALEReal
out. Sunset Dude Ranch on Hwy. Write 219 Magnolia Ave, Se- Park 17-92 South. FOR SALE: 4 room cottage, extra
15, St. Cloud, TWinbrook 2-1153. bring, Fin.WANTED value: Large lot 93' x lot, 4 blocks from city hall par
FOR RENT: Store room or office 127', city water and sewer well tially furnished, fruit trees. 209S. FOR SALK BY OWNER
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FOR SALE NOW FOR SALE: Large deepfreeze, : Capable white womanor apace. For information inquire LOTS FOR SALETwo located in city limits. All new Beaumont. 2 Bedroom CB House on large
ORANGE CROP ON TREES. cost $GOO, sacrifice $130; soft colored to clean up house ev at Brahman Hotel, East construction in neighborhood.Good earner lot built in kitchen large
FRUIT BUYERS drink machine lOc slot$100.Bunk ery two weeks. seven rooms. Also Dakin AT. excellent large lots ad- price for cash! carporte &: utility room see this
MAKE OFFER beds, cots, rollaways etc. tractor would like to share house with joining FOR SALE: Four lots. Two are on one before you buy low down
FOR RENT: Kitchenette apartment Phone TI 7-2704 or write Rt. 5 Pleasant Hill Road, others adjoining
with all who would the
Owner EDDIE CLEMONS attachments selling someone do cooking payment and monthly payments.
'TI 7-2380 out cheap. Sunset Dude Ranchon for the two of us for the $60. Gas and water furnished. -' $300 and $600 EACH Box 377. *. Contact Elizabeth Williams 1401 Verona or phone TI 6-5721
Hwy 15, St. Cloud. TW2-1153. rental and groceries furnished. Phone TI 6-6012. Off 4009 Burlington Ave,
H. W. Wilcox, 606 Emmett St. $1,000 FOR BOTHon North, St. Petersburg, 13, Fla.

WANTED country road electric line, '59 VINDALE 10 x 50 house FOR SALE: Two BR house trailer
work
: Carpenter new
and repair. Phone TI 72515. FOR RENT mail route; 4 Kj miles from )tis- trailer including 20' porch, 48' $550. Inquire Baxter's tirocery LOST&FOUND;
'We Are' FURNISHED HOUSE TRAILERS simmee. aluminum awning, automatic at! Campbell's Station.
washer, wall to wall carpeting
and kitchenettes. Also LOTS FOR SALE High and dry
: ,
H. L. KUHN TI 6-8513 30" gas range, complete electrical :
T/iankfuf/ ; r. FOR RENT trailer spaces. Pare water on Crestridge Drive and sewer hookup. Go out city water and sewer. Cheap for
cash. TI 72279.
shade, central sewer high and West Vine to Lake Cecile. In- LOST: Persian kitten, multicolor,

tToo.f dry. quire Sinclair Gas Station. in vicinity of 316 Hughey. Please
FOR RENT: Two modern furnished HOUSE FOR SALE: By owner, Gazette Advertising Pays call TI 6-3571.

duplexes on lake two bedrooms FOR SALE CBS, 2 B&, carporte, utility, .
each, tile baths each, one I comer lot 130x65, .newly fur SEE THIS

S f fti.y children sleeps six, $75, school monthly bus, picks also two up HOUSE and CABANA TRAILER FOR nished.SALE$9500.: Lots Phone 75x175 TI 6-5578$1000, LARGE 2 FAMILYDWELLING: K. C. Moore Jr. Contractor

houses partly :furnished $50 per sleeps,six, on lot 50 x 120 deep down Full lake
$10 $10 monthly. completely furnished, close in, Triangle Building
month. Large four bedroom com- wen septic tank. C&na1lots Ui
privileges. $1500, $ double enclosed garage, large
pletely Four separate furnished furnished ranch house.motel MAKE REASONABLECASH down,' $15 monthly "T5 x 125 Jalonsied porch, upstairs can be Residential and Commercial Building
a. Sunset Dude Ranch Hwy 15.St.
OFFER made into another apartment or
each'with
'
rooms, private bath
Cloud, TWinbrook 21153. four large bedroomLI 9 Repairing
$30 monthly. Sunset Dude Remodeling
t for a year filled with pleasant Ranch 15 St TWin Downstairs can be made into
associationsand ,Hwy Cloud
TRAILER PARK
the brook 21153. BROWN'S LAKEFRONTCountry I 4 BR single dwelling by unlocking Masonry Work Roofing.
lasting friendship of many one mile north .f Kisaiauaee I 3 doors. Lot 60 x 209

I. good people like you.Lupier's FOR RENT: Apartments sad I Home with lots of shade and 8 loaded "MOORE" HOUSE FOR YOUR MONEY

houses ton's Apartments by week or North month.!Orange Cot FOR RENT} Furnished Apt... 3: CB *; bedrooms.., 2 tile baths,. fruit'trees.Wallace Painter Office TI 7-2270 Home TI 7-2328
15x26. dining, kitchen
living
room
rooms private bath, 1st floor.-
Blossom TraiL 7-2-9-1C-23-M 819 Mabbette St
clsse: in. 401 H&bbett St and utility 230 feet lakefront -
_ ? 338 feet deep, large oaks,
.J ': FOR' RENT: Cabin with kitchenette FOR RENT: Two room furnished citrus and other tropical fruits.
'" ,"\' : .,. $35 plus lights and gas also apartment private bath ground l Located fa Kissimmee Park at '

J: trailer space.1518 Ernest,Street, floor, screened porch,. 510 Mbbette sooth end of SeamanV Point INCOME PROPERTY BUILDING SITEApartments

Kissimmee. TI 64583. "host 8 mIles from St Clovd. 4 nicely furnished, '
Lakeview with lake privileges "
ether location
FOR RENTTwo fvmished ** *t, Goad toad. N Aewlly painted,dean inside. and out,
FOR KENT. Three room furnished ments, one bedroom each, Inquire Hbtr,thi* fer real country: living -' close in 310 z 450 !high and dry wooded., !
I cottage, large patio utilities with complete privacy. .
110 Bryan St. after, 5:30 p m:: $3,500 -
and heat furnished Large closet -
: Rt. 441 5 miles east of Kissinv FOR RENT: Apartment*,',..... A. DnIsJDoati '
-mee, apply at Snyder's Dutd able, one block west of'pert office A. W
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F. 0. Boz .
447 r. Morse Corporation
Insurance Kitchen ,second house north in.. MHNcession
Agency City. Mrs Muriel! .....-: L.R.BraaciiQriaudo
1918 FOR RENTr Two BR house unfurnished Florida .<' REALTORS APPRAISERS INSURANCE: IONDS-

12 BROADWAY Next To The Bank TI 6-2191 in Kissimmee Highlands, FOR SENT Furnished' .'A IJj Ffeene CY 3-2515 III
buflvin even' and range $66 at 221 Verona. dose L= : .1 Jkobn protected I 219 BROADWAY Phone TI 7.2278
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w Galilean: Shepherdt The Ki-i.mmee; Gazette, Thur..Liy, \.vember 21, 10 I Page lA

Parade Methodist ChurchAn

unusual program will be f ea- Forty Persons -
ured; at First Methodist Church
.. = ,,
his; Sunday at 9:45 a.m. Mr. Ste- ,
Committee Named hen Haboush, a native Galilean
1 Shepherd:;: will appear in authentic Attend Meat

9 .... _. EA1T costume: in the sanctuary at the School
u. Benton. President 01 the the children and dlsmbute candyto
4. Sunday school }Jour. Mr. Haboush
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Chamber of Commerce yesterday the youngsters after the parade. was/ born on th'e shores of the Seaf Appronmately: *'u persons s\- One of the moat important Loosneeded
announced the appointment of the Other forms of entertainment after > Galilee and as a youth was a tended a meat information school, I in preparing meats is a
following: persons to serve on the the parade are also planned.It shepherd in the hills near Naza- conducted by Dr. Robert L. Red- knife. Dr. Reddish explained knife
Christmas Parade committee: Bob is urgently requested that reth. He will illumine many of the dish meat specialist at the Uni- sharpening, proper usage proper
McKissk, .Gaylord Palmer, Bob everyone planning to enter a floator aspects of the Bible. versity 0 f Florida, Gainesville, care and proper selection.
Berlinsky, Don Moorefield, Art vehicle contact the Chamber office ,.,. : The morning worship service here Thursday. The meat used in Marilyn Dietrich local home
Dyer. and Chamber Manager Paul as soon as possible that they mil begin at 11 o'clock with Rev. the demonstration was donated by demonstration agent, cond ct.,l
.Sanbom. may be assigned a starting posi. : fohn A. Briley bringing the mes- Winn Dixie stores. the course on proper home frees

The annual Christmas Parade, tion. It has been found that advance tage. The Chancel Choir will present Color slides were shown, identi- ing. This included how to prepaid
sponsored by the Chamber will be assignment of position facilitates the anthem, "The Holy City" fying and grading cuts of meats meat for freezing', how to wrap.,
held Saturday, December 3rd at the formation of the parade t)y Adams. and tips were: given on meat buying and how long meat can be keptin
10:30 AM. Plans are being made and makes a better presentation to On Sunday evening the Youth and how to get more for your the freezer She also warnednot
for this year's parade to exceed the viewers. Choir will meet for rehearsal ati.15 meat dollar. to freeze meat in the wrapper
last year's in size, and the Chamber followed by the Youth "Fellowship J- it came in from the store.
By various cuts, Dr. Red-
has asked that as many civic 4 supper at'6 and the MYF using By noon everyot could smell
dish demonstrated meat cutting
clubs, church, groups and merchants Church Of Christ programs at 6:30. The evening the delicious aromas from the
..,: and the economy in buying large
as possible enter a float or Activities ListedThe r- : ;:.>. service begins at 7:30 in the sanc- cuts and dividing it into several kitchen and everyone took time
vehicle, decorated in the Christmas tuary with Rev. Briley preaching.The out to enjoy lunch.
"., meals. A whole pork loin can be
theme. Mid-Week Prayer service
Church of Christ of Kissim
Y I cut into two roasts and chops; or
Commercially constructed floats invites the to attendall will be conducted in the educational r-
mee public ., ., a leg of lamb into a roast lamb
can be contracted for through the services. Bible Study this v { building on Wed. at 730. stew and chops. H3 also showedthe _
Chamber office. There will be a Thursday night at 7:30 will be / .' The commission on Education audience how to debone a ,,
cash awards and trophys presentedin from the 12th of On '. i will meet on Thursday, Dec. 1st, at
chapter john shoulder it into inex-
making an
tr r; RE
different categories,number and The Lord's Bible Study at 10 a.m., ,. ,\ :)<..}JI!.; ?;30 in the educational building. ..pensive boneless roast. Other cuts j (l oflH1 NIII I
amounts to be announced. ;
from Romans 15:30. Morning .,... ....'..... .,. :.1 at, he demonstrated were beef
Santa will be on hand to talk to Worship at 11 a.m. Sermon: "The .".c'. ., "'. o' .<"'" Birth AnnouncementMr. arm potroast, chuck roast, Boston \ "c ow EEK.A'
;
Grace of Giving." II Cor. 8:2-9. 4 .,""*;-;.. ,.. ;... ,... .._. ...' and Mrs. Roy Jones an- butt, lamb breast -and smoked "Early to bed and early to
GOVERNMENT E=ch Sunday afternoon at one nounce the birth of a' daughter ham. Several of these meats were rise is a sure1 sign that you are
SURPLUS SALES o'clock: the Church of Christ program RECEIVES $1600 .SCHOLARSHIP-State School SupL Thomas D.Bailey presents Diana Kelsey Saturday November:: J0f) at the cooked and served to the group at fed with television."
KOW ..?... _. hT DI. "The Herald of Truth" can Lake Weir, with a $1600 teaching scholarship'The four-1.ar'lrant is sponsored by the Florida Kissimmee Hospital' > lunch. up
RKCT tt.m rj*. COVKK be viewed over-TV station WLOF Consumer Finance Association and Is awarded annually to the winner of the Merit Scholarshipfor

MKVT trail for StHPLl'S;r...... 'DEPOTS.r t.f r fcy#. channel 9. Time 1 to 1:30: p.m. Teaching.contest;conducted by the Florida Jayeees. Wilson Wright, state Jayeee secretary, -- -- -
ale. C a n**... bla..a.r., and Bob Charles representing the Florida Consumer Finance Association, look on. Miss Kelsey,. '
... .. ,_ .,.. On this Sunday afternoon at 3, UP
.an.k.Mw.r.l .p fffee dl.taarhlar b* r June graduate of Lake Weir High,, School isnow a freshman at FSU. STOVE UP STOVE, UP STOVE
... .....-_ t..l. there will be a one hour song .
... ..._-tfc__". .f .tho service to be held at Mt. Dora
*. It.... .t frarttea tfertvarw. with the gathering of the Churchof

rictaal)wa.. _. K 1..r I..T Uat .f Ite..a.... Christ from all this section. Christmas MessageIn AUTIJORr Before Winter .
.N4a ., t'. !II. ...vrra_.at The Evening Worship will be at "
8.r lM D.a.t.. Ueatrd la. "
eT ry 9tate mmt ..****** 6 o'clock! : Sermon: "Fervent Pray ;
with M".hlt -Haw Korer. er" Text .
James 5:16. 1
: :
,meat...." Ca.alaa .akla.........Dtrret.... HOW'1'. The Church and their new minister Minister's BookBy r > 7". to 6" GALVANIZED
TO BM; aN.w t* .*! Donald G. Weldon extenda ,SPECIAL I
+r
FREE HCKPLrs.! mail HUM STOVE PIPES CAPS & FLANGES
most
t. ftlRPLl R4LR 1YFOHMATKIV hearty WELCOME. The "
SFH\ir,-" Alma Hetherington to men! .
l.wp
Church building is > MATIC
located BERNZ O
>., 64 Baw one -
TO. AlkeaHack. BWc. Chapter Four asks "Is it .all a
5, It. C. mile north 527. Phone on the Tllden Old Dixie 63384.Highway ""Did you ever sleep in a bath- moc&ery>< ?" and answers that it .*.::" METALDAMPERS TWO 6"

tub T"This is not if the reason for all "our .': 'j.
provocative opening sentence -' celebration is the knowledgethat Propane Cylinders ,
introduces one to a delightful the Child belongs to us, is at
NEW Price $3.88
FALL Reg. 6" REGULAR &
WEIGHT
new book "A Recipe for a the root of all our merriment". .

Merry Christmas", by the. Rev. The other chapters that follow Walker Automatic SALE $2.9a ADJUSTABLE
BLENRON'SUITS Handel H. Brown, pastor of the' give "The meaning of Christmas", ,
First Presbyterian, Church, St. earth what is it?"
,
"Peace on DRAFT
tailored by Palm Beach Co. Cloud. and "The Word Became Flesh". save 90c ELBOWS. .

ONLY $55.00 One can only keep on reading, Rev. Brown is a native of Yorkshire REGULATORS
after this, to find .that the authorwas England and received his Y
SHORE'S MEN'S WEAR describing a memorable, formal education at Cliff College,

Christmas when as a' small child the University of Leeds, the Hart PANNING LUMBER COQ
at the annual reuniori of a: large )ley-Victoria Theological Seminary,

family of.aunts, uncles and cousinsat and the University of Manchester. .
his Grandfather's house, he was Originally intending to be a teacher t x rHREV. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL KISSIMMEE .. .
w
\ wrapped securely in blankets and of Theology or Philosophy he .
laid in the bathtub "like mummyin HANDEL BROWN
a volunteered for foreign missionary
HERE IS YOUR
a sarcophagus." before .
J service just graduatingfrom '
::
Explaining the for the; and the first : .
reason Seminary, spent {
ONE STOPs book, on the inside of the beautiful ten yearS of his active ministryin FREE .
jacket picturing Nativity sceneson i the Bahama Islands. It was 100,000 ., ',,<;'
.SERVICE STATION a mauve and lavendar background -! there that he met and married his .... : "Si ;.:. >ilt ,

Rev. Brown said* "God;i wife, and their eldest daughter,
:. 4 .HASH BRAKES with us .. a Saviour born unto Karen, was born in Nassau. Later
n III WHEELS ALIGNED us that is the.Christmas faith j; Rev. Brown was asked to.go to the TV STAMPS
and that is the Christmas .'To .
.or leeward Islands Melanie-was! born f
-:: SEAT COVERS know this is to have"the' "recipe: there in St. Kitts, and Philippa. 'in -t Vic''X200 TY >STA PS':.TO EACH NEW VISITOR.. a

.. ..: for a. Merry Christmas".The book: the island of Nevis. a:10.000'TV: STAMPS 'TO EACH NEW PURCHASER.
,to tell how'one may know: : .
goes on When the problem of the education .
BUD & JOHN'5" GULF SERVICE and receive this 'simple and astonishing of the children became acute ..... ,' r

MAIN and VINE ST. :. gre.t ruth. they transferred to Florida, and
Phone TI 6- 84%
The slim little- voiu.me.published were at Finellas Park, St. Petersburg II 1- #f
by William B. Eerdmans- Publishing for four years before coming : ; :" :.:" ._ -

Co" .. Grand Rapids, Mick, to St. Cloud in 1957. ," : ., .._" 0". ..-' ... .
sells"for $2 0. Dedicated: to the A "Meet the Author" party will / "

Available author's wife pollie{ ,.as "wife, be held at the St. Cloud Hotel, on' ..\. .
Now '
.
lover, companion* severest critic, Tuesday, Nov. 29 at 7:45 to 9:50 I '
staunchest defender. inspirer, de- pjn. .
-
flater, most ,unpredictable of women Autographed copies of Rev; :
ConvenientPayment w ,whom I love more every day; Brown's "A Recipe for 'a- Merry. ON LAKE TQHOPEKALIGAit
the boob is divided into seven.sec Christmas" 'will be available! and.

tions. Jn the first "We,.too,, can the public is cordially invited to..
Plan be t wise men",. Rev. Brown reveals attend.,
A that the secret of Christmas joyis KISS IMMEEHIGHLANDS

"love and friendliness a love .
Guaranteed ,. and a friendliness which are not zirSfeStrita
Repairs $595 TOTALNo 25 i
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9 Automatic sons of the year." one eke in this l locality 2250 4fliON
Transmission Christmas
In the chapter "The offers these terms and val
Road", the author tells that it is
ues. Prices are going up $100per
Repairs (All Types) an "old road rough,dangerous, lot soon.
and lonely this road to Bethle- .
hem". But "On the way to For information stop in at
GENE'S GARAGE Bethlehem for travels
( everyone
this road), you begin to hope and TROPICAL PARKOn $ __ -- -A-
1215 N. MAIN' $ KISSIMMEE think. Peace and happiness come .- .
-
Orange Blossom Trail '
only when you have ceased to hate DOWN
and begun to love. at Carroll St. in Klssimmee 1 2.8O

The third chapter "God Made us
OPEN DAILY AND .
to Laugh" reveals that, "The -, .
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optimist at heart. He; sees: God
in everything. At Christmas as at EDDIE CLEMONS ,
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Y no other time of the year we LOTS ARE SELLING l

proclaim far and wide that;at the FAST: HURRY! .: ,. .,. : .. LAKE TOHOPEKALIGAcmimm
center of everything there is this
one fact God has com Cr
shining

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,.. ... .. ,_ ..:.. ...;:. ,. c,;,';;.. ." on: the-'J&ps' Succumbed Thursday ?

.1 '" : '" T" If looking; '' 'for- ,: ; r.kali>h Biddle Han s !l(j.; of
Mailing Campaign: Kissimmee passed away in.i*-Or-
'Qf ge jriftifig1 the New Jersey 'land hospital early Thursday, after -

I' ',.', annoyed by Faced with the possibility that buy> your postage stamps now. A several native of days Pennsylvania illness. : he had
speeded by his Don't wait until the last minute i
\ B the 1950 Christmas season will set
been a resident of this communityfor
his children an all time holiday mailing record when long lines form*t the stamp '
the 7 I
past years. e was co-
.jEYNOLJS
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ANNA first he didn't Postmaster F. S. (Beany) Ledbet- windows. owner of the Dairy Castle Snack:
it then
ter Jr., announced yesterday that The Post Office will help you Bar Leesburg. -
L He put up a it's starting hir annual"Mail Early mailih ;
plan Christmas A. Get
traffic your He was a member of the B.P.O.
::;:--"!"" _. -- the For Christmas" Campaign immediately a copy of Pamphlet-No. 2, which: Elks lodge Numbed>18T3 of Kis-
'krbui Ot'tbe'lsevgrst :7*** ,tlber.. are troubles than our own. It is rr 3, The gins full information about prop- simmee.
webs Tat aside to tie through Bach experience that our Crossing. The Postmaster offers these er packaging ahd wrapping of par- Survivors include two sons, William -
iutadtiortJd 'to retthwtils live are" enriched and i spiritual work on yelpful mailing tips to insure delivery cels.The Post Office will also supply Adam Hansell, Le&burg and
.a ut* fort* projects Inasmcch&s growth attained.. .. : ) of your' Christmas cards and free labels which read, "ALL Ralph B. Hansell, 3rd, Bethel Park,
NorembfD' U to 24 baa been set fi ; who has gifts on time. FOR LOCAL DELIVERY" and Pa. One daughter. Mrs. Loella May
ute ,a* National Retarded Chil- baL George Cannall spent last Orlando: Hos First, check your Christmas. card "ALL FOR OUT OF TOWN DE- Lutz, Alexandria, Va. One brother,
$!rtn' W *aVth following; weekend at the Veterans Hospital to his home list very carefully -: make sure LIVERY", so that you can sort 1 William Hansell. Louisville Ky.
S!C3 a.U, M tersely and cott..1 at Bay Pines Visiting' her husband each address is complete with full your Christmas cards: into two I One sister, Mrs. Carl Goettler
=.,-tt: who its patient there. She reports! name, street and number city, groups, with addresses all facing Pittsburgh. Also 2 grandchildren.
-0f th* apprwdjnaWr 5 million+ I that she found George much improved T. Stetson zone $nd state. Second for your one way, thus insuring fast .deliv Funeral services were held at 3
Retarded per efis in this country, in health! ,, and in fine spir after a vaca, Christmas gift packages, stock up o'clock Saturday from the Grissom
1 4- million:jar children: However its. He wished to be rememberedto fin.'f and Miami now on heavy wrapping paper, ery.Use only First Class postage on Chapel with the B.P.O. Elks Lodge
it was only a Decade ago that par all his friends in the Gardens Aiiif with friends. sturdy corrugated cartons strong your Christmas cards. Cards sent Number 1873 conducting the last
*nt*:,knd friends of the mentallycuu&catped and to express his thanks for the i cord, and paper adhesive tape. by First Class four cent,,. or seven rites. Brother Elks served as ca*>
joined ids to forms many get-well cards and messages: ; Paul have Third, remember that you.can: include cent Air Mail, may include personal ketbearers.. Interment was in, Rose
ttlonI r oastida$ the :Nas received by him during. the past' 1609 Orange your Christmas card orJetter' handwritten messages. First Hill Cemetery. Grissom Funeral
tlohal} Mss atiB +vr Retarded, few. week*. the summer. aside your' gift'puka$ .by adding Class mail also receives full for- Home was in charge of arrange.
pbl ren,to spof raetreb and provi 1 up north. the appropriate First Classpist- warding and return service. Don't ments.
<|*ald.edbeatfoft' and training'for Terry Bay, one of our :former i I age to the packageHtself Fourth, ail to put your return address on
Ihero. Am011t.'thos, bterested in young neighbors, visited with his every Christmas card envelope. Radio and television stations
Jhtir xrafwo 1 grit Feaj-1, Bock, who friends in the Gardens recently Not only is this socially correct, invested $20.857,000 inTdally*newspapers
told of he* own*wefetaUjr retarded. He has completed his "boot train- Real EstateTransactions but it helps tremendously to keep in 1958-16% more thanin IHAMMOND
:'acptetlbt. >- ChIld lug? at Great Lakes and expects > Listed the mailing lists of both you and 1957-to tell the public about
:who Neper Gtenv.hokDer abe re- to be transferred to the Naval Air need of a uni- ;your friends uptodate.Postmaster their, programs and personalities.
'", ', ;ijle: i atee ha Bate in, Maryland. (Incidentally, the subtle tact Recent real estate transactions Ledbetter says that
J11 eiat,i o bsr. ,t Terry)Is looking'just fine so fife in AMERICAN BEAUTY IN BRIDAL VEIL Mother Nature'Un,. menace fac recorded at the office of County with your help hell get the
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"I ,.,.tM, I int'tf.4.m< ; theNavy must agree. with him!) Clerk Glenn Ray included the following Christmas mails through on time.
fckild it r ttf.Udea. TEat, l tn&.ed. ". the American egret in lacy.nuptial plumes at nesting time. Once public : He is making many advance preparations ORGAN
mld b* f oUrf But Ian say with Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Crowley have prey of plume ,hunters these graceful birds are now prote with the danger to handle the 1960 Christ
Jessie Winifred WiT-
lGl1 b liv dpshe returned to their home 1606 Or his. Couldery, mail rush extra SALES-SERVICE
\ 'U1roughber' on throughout North America. Close up views of these lovely mas by putting on
Liam R. and wife,. Edwin
of 'quiet, in.New York. the purpose of Couldery wife for expanded facilities all
detpnd' hatfpfneetMCMse ;
; by station wagon'and boat cost $30 per person and begin Week" to fred Lucy Couldery to Board of
stewed faith in bjirjian 25 and continue through May 2. Reservations for these tours Public Instruction around. the HammondOn
$6,800.
; K .n'Tarot : be made through the National Audubon Society. 143 N. E. and determina The Postmaster requests that
f.- Saw-from Orange Gardens Inc.to Harold J. Display At
1i, .ha.ri Met numrbW Avenue.Miami.' to stand up you make it a point to mail your
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L.+ Obley and wife, San Juan,, P. R.,
& faces us: ; GEilRETT APPLIANCEIn
woixUrf ul people My ;life nioved into their new home on 1716 ----- -- Christmas cards and gifts for the
ha* fceM' tptfeEeoV;'ay heart kept Janet St. I, AL- $2,300. most distant points well before December Kissimmee
Wrm bevbond; of oar v Mr. Earl Hicks and Mrs. BessieH. mal about thaW rePlied the I mayor, by Orange Gardens-, to Jose M. 10th. Those for nearby destinations -
throogir: re- Cavell of Skaneateles, N. Y. tor. Gallardo and wife, Rio Piedras, P.
edttrlrltt.( '* 'I:'Jf :and Mrs. Walter Thackwray vested in should be mailed'by December Keller's Music Co.
of have moved into their new home on *Why from the.paper on 1 November R.. $2,700.
S oee :will not permit furtherIfuoUtion :Michigan,and Mr. and Mrs.William 15th, or at least a week GA 5-0505 Orlando
from this article So. it Winters ot Canada,have moved 1729 Doris .St.445 wall?" said the worried. YOUR AMER. Nathan E. Bronson and wife to before Christmas.
>i1l crate to -sulflci lo say; th ..tt4&h 'in& the hftme oft 1623 Catherine State Road Dept $100.
'' "Doctor, said it distracted day of Novem- Anna A. Gochnonr' to State Road i
ndsfetifassutfersd tkron b St.: where theWilt spend the One safe cracker to '
3mf,41 *,'biine'.fiirtE tafach aympeihyand ,- fill and winter months. A "warm" mother to' her 'psychiatrist,. **my "Hurry up and get the safe Dept, $100.William I "
ttoderttaMlag-from per Welcome i. extended to them and little boy keeps eating grapes allthe Why are you using your toes ROGERS J. Johnston and wife to /ac44Ve4t R EVE RL
..'- --'"'* Jtimrjii1! br"iren greater q tJ be pvisitors in the Garden time." There's; nothing abnor turn the dial instead of your Gallie Charles, $12,600.H. L. Critter. and wife, Eau .

..... .. "' 1"1 ;.:" ,. 'r' .... ; "', _' U __\ __ -. D. &; L Land Co. to J. W. ., alrv1ElLMEO 1! iV ROGER NOUOWAE* a BuLOVA C'ASER
; ...: 'J ': .-' .' Harper and wife Kissimmee, $1- r

,r: <': ': 15thANNIVERSARY 000.Florida Sanitarium and Benevolent OQ _: Jkto
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I Assn. to William B. Schlenk- ipr
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.tQQ .'. ere St. Cloud 4500. .
Consolidated Naval Stores Co Know These Famous 1
he to Aaron Stevens Kenansville,

: pre $100.A. F. Stokes and wife to Sewell. Brand Name Products?

mTHD s O: Peterson and wife, St. Cloud, $500.
: Y : \J ', Jesse Burdick-- Chester Green, You 'll. Find Them All Mice lix
R : and Jack Lee, as trustees, to F. H.
tf:. Wolford, Kissimmee $100. '
SALE DEC. 1-2-3: F. H. Wolford and wife to trustees at

of Pleasant Hill Chapel Kis-
J.w
!simmee $100. ;
Joe Johnston and eo
wife to Leland t
: Djals, Kissimmee, $1,000.

: r n r BIG PRIZES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS J Roberts Mary:Ranald'.alid Cu: Stewart O'Conaell wife, $5,000.and to Fred wife A.to GREEN STAMP I D6DD60.Ell Samsoi


Flora L. Ruthven,, Hialeah, $8,- REDEMPTION

500.Jacida
Corp. to David L. Better- ,CENTERS FABRIC
ton and wife, Bridgeville, DeL, $1,-
P
: l 10 Bj: I C'QAY TO REGISTER 600. ; fl car ( 'PBARL-WJICK
Romanial Inc. to George J. Vie-. ( lf" ';*. :J r5 .' ;\ r- ,
I gel and wife, $9,300. .. .
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Elmer J. Bennett and wife to ,
Jesse W. LaLonda and wife, St. _.y;; ,z' Sf.'
Cloud, $5,500.Vista .

: :>>.9 will be held SATURDAY DEC. 3, 6:30 for prizes such as Locke and Heights wife, Inc.Kissimmee to Leslie, $13 E.,- These are only .a few of- *,Ihe-liSOQ, -. brands e j.'

: .LL & HGWELL' automatic electric i : eye CAMERA, Schkjparelli Pertly 800. distinguished merchandise y o '1r find at

: &lli'Gr ed Redemption Centers and
Stamp ,
Kissimmee _
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; ,f: ..mt"" Sheaffer Pen & Pencil :Set Shirley Temple! DoN" Shef- LivestockMarket ;... :sic'P28es. of the} ,new S&H Ideabobk. ,-' ,",

:fit l Carving Set .and Steak Knives, Billfold, Model Plane. WestcfoxWhand I .

I i Market Report

*, II By KEN CALDWELLAt '

,. the Kissimmee Livestock \J' ... -iJJt 1( 1'fiJ t JPJ ,:
sp'.w .t
Many Other Gifts During Our C _lebration": Market Wednesday, 452 cattle and "!> I,
calves were sold compared to 877

a week ago.Slaughter. ctl.JI. _: t -_" ._..;. .,";if.,->4 ,. ',J..'," .- jI, -. i.- ... :

FOR EVERYONE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS steady on limited steers supply and, cows heifers and

calves strong;to $1.00 higher. Bulls
too few for test. Stocker Steers 1J
strong to $1.00 higher heifers
$LOO higher, cows $.50 1.00 higher -
and calves steady to $1.00 high
FNIDAY er. Cattle returning to pasture and
Y5UD4Y calf percentage were both about t't\\ I DUVAL
4$ per cent of the sale. 4COUNTY

Utility slaughter steers 16.00
_. 17.00, one Cutter $14.00. County Seat,
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; .. : ': .,;, i 1"i.f' 1- Standard yearlings slaughter
;."" ': .' .....- .. heifers $16'()() 19.50. Cutter and Jacksonville
\':.. ''Sf. -.::': .. Utility 12.7515.60.. "
.' ''Utility slaughter cows 14.75 ..

f. Christmas Ribbon i 5c"a spool I, $39.95 Movie fcwwera $ .$8 10.75 16.75.a Cutter 1250.12.75 One- 14.75 Utility,'Canner bull 'I 1 I

? TJIiJDAr 16.75. one Cutter 15.00.
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i Good slaughter calves 1.25
: S030, :Standard:; 15.00 1829. Utility 1
$600 Teddy :,tears $ M'Large Jar lath SdtsDustiig 13.50 15.00, Cull 10.00 4
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,., ,.:-, ,. Good Vealers 20252354.( One ---
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25.75. i

'. .fowifel-, & Lambs Wool! Puff, gjc MANY- MANY MORE BARGAINS 72 Medium$. Common stocker.13.50 steers- 15.75 15.75 Interior --

H25: 1275. Duval County, oneof the first to be formed in Florida
Medium heifers 14.50 16.50.Common
was created in 12%. and Jsears the name of Florida's first
13.014.50.. << Medium
elrtl Williafal P. DaVaL The Metfi5 bIiUa> City
joTtrndr.
DBCEMBER SAL Com
1-2-3 BIRTHDAY stocSer cows 14.75 16J50,
Inferior 9.50 Jacksonville is a business transaction center foe taous*
;: ;moa 13.00 15-25, -
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inHs of risllors each year. J eUomm this fcetome"mijof a
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Medium and Good stocker calves convention city, and ii Also fast becoming,the.In
:: : timex W .fdoxW.tches rs 15.00 19* poramon 13.50. surance center of the Sotilh.' Frcijtters from all over the
4' Jgo/-discount on or, s e affa Peas '
: 1WXH Inferior 11.00,1300. world anchor in the (it, deep water portIn
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.. ;1"r. USE OUR LAYAWAY CLUt MAN "., ,,.: r progressive Duval COlt, and throughout Florida,
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,' : ; < -- A'person arr.get just as drunk the United States Brewers FOoodaUoo works constantly to
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i- ';.-_ -.: ., ti< ,,_ ".-: n ,. ,:. ., .1. ,, on water as on land. maintain the sale of beer and ale tinder pleasant, orderly
wr y ,
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conditions. Believing Wct.law serves
: ,: .:;;, :' j AlETE; : AND ,::ALL :THE;: GANGhere"jlt.i. ) .:, .: : ,. ,, ';; PRICES ARE' GOING UP the'"r..8Ut. ''- t rest cf the pco.\.tf-cf.... Ftsrida.stresses tM. lion
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lMtj "(I Florida on the Slct day of The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday,November 2-1, 19GO Page 3ATttfc
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**#! *&yyy&i>&! I >> e < August, A.D. it.... and recorded I -

among the Public Records of s
1L6M 1 Notice psceois countTJ. Florida, in MatBook' be cdCHt O? TUB COt:!(T1 aads: located In Osceola County,
*B" en Page IS and 24. JUDGE, LY AXD,FOR OPCEOLACOUNTY. .Florida to-wit
e NOTICE Lo HEREBY GIVEN that FLORIDA o-wlt--
.1 iUSINESSDIRECTOu1I( Plaintiffs have Instituted suit NTHE MATTER OK THE ESTATE A.U that part of the Southeast
galast you in the above Court to OF KULA: P. HEDUICK. Deceased. .ulrter of the Northwest quarter -
KOTICB UVDER FICTITIOUS Quiet Title in the Plaintiffs to the : NOTICE OF 1VTK\TIO\: M4KB of the Southeast quarter ofSection
tAME LAWTO above described property, and that : PI'LlCA'nONoR FL..a.LDI 2. Township( K !:South .
ALL WHOM IT you are hereby required to answerr ;c.'HUun: Range 29 East o.e.o11L Ofeuht
MAY CONCERN file your written defenses on orbefore TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Florida lying South and West
NOTICE 13 HEREBT GTv'EX December 12. 1960 with the :NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN that of the Kisslmmee Vlh eland
&&&!& &tG4&>&i>G&ii* .t'e ete eteet4,, e e'r that pursuant to the Fictitious above Court, and serve a copy thereof Henry 11 Part in has filed his final Road (State Road No. SIS), .
Name Statute." Section Stt.0$ of the on the below named attorneys, or report as Executor of the Estate of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .
SAND ROClt 1941 Florida Statutes, the undersigned -. a Decree Pro t3onf. esso will be taken Lola P. Htdrtek,. deceased; that he Plaintiffs hate instituted suit
I who are the only parties in.terested against you.WITNESS has filed PctltUn for final dler against you in the above styled
11111 MORTAR MIX LOTS $iD DOWN :i in the hereinafter named ray hand and Seal tKImntH. that he will apply to Court to quiet the title of Plaintiffs
STEEL & WIRE MESH WEGlVSTVStAMfS business enterprise will presenti OsceoU. Couaty. Flor- :euJnO I U P Johnson, CountyJudge In and to the above described prop- ;
ruof of publication Clerk' the: Ida this November t. I960. of Oaceola County, Florida arty are hereby summoned
$7 MONTH nd register with the of OLENN RAY ott the 12th day of December 1960, r:34a1I required to file Orwritten
and Sundays Circuit Court or Oeceola County, Clerk of above Court for approval of same and for final .answer or defenses to the
Open daifr with all P\tre Ml5es Florida, the fictitious name "OrangeBewl ROGERS AND 1tEUEYrtn discharge aa Executor of the Estateof Complaint filed in, the above styled
On trail it CarroQ st. Lanea,4 under which he la engaged Eula-P Uedrlck. deeeased cause in the office of the Clerk of _
INSTALLMENTAUTO in business. at East Vine L.Klsllmmee. B Phillip R. Kelley This 3rd day of November, 1SU. Ue Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial -
in Ki 1MInEO Osceola County, Florida, for plaintiffsO sHENRY H. PART1N circuit of Florida. In and fort
his 2rd day of November'K'mn1JJ O, Box S lKisslmmee. Executor of the Estate ef t> !<'eOia Count, at his office. In the ,.
ANDERSON'SGARAGE H. ARTHUR Florida. Eula P. Hedrlck deceased. Courthouse In Ktstlmmee. Florida
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The FirstNat'1Sank i ; Cov. S. 10. 17. 24. Nov. 10-17-24. Dec 1. Hurray W Orentreet Jr. on or before the 2tb day of December -
f4' r Attorney for Executor A.D. 1960, and to serve a COD
THE CIRCUIT CIRCUIT! AND:i .t THE CIHCIIT COURT OF THE Klstsimmee. Florida thereof OB Plaintiffs' attorney.
M-VTH: JCDiciAu NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT; IX Nov. 10-17.23. Dee. 1. whose name and address Is set out
RADIATOR *|fAHt O8CKOLA : .
COUNTY.FLORIDA
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY.: FLORIDA AND FOR below. Should you fail to do so Deere '
ol KISSIMMEE Sale and Ser ke IX CHANCERY >O.K940 NOTICE TO DEFK>D Pro Confesso will fee entered
KIssimmeeHealKor NOTICE OP PLBLICATIOV t,4.W0: :8474 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE against you WITNESS my hand as ..
TRANSITMIXPhone W* take Off and fauUllradiators' SILVER SHIELD CORPORAT1OX STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF NINTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT IN AND Clerk of said Court and the seal of
Federal Devesit 22 S Bermuda Ave. a Florida corporation FLOAifenRIDAp FUR COUNTY! OP OfeCEOUA. said Court at Kissimmee. Osceola
1..1Ift Corp. TI 6-67 Plaintiff.M""OLDFORD.. I of the State' or Florida, STATE OF FLORIDA. In Chancery County, Florida this Ittth day of ..
922 MaID# St., -Tl won and HOMER ELKINS. Plaintiff va. :November: A. D. 1910.
and MAE OLD- OUCCOUA COUNTY A Political ) Kout' :I Box III. -/ ULBNN. RAY
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li"ORD. his wife and RAY E.GRREN Subdivision of theState of Florida.Petitioners.. t :'lILK..ut:; Defendant. Clerk Circuit Court _

Gazett Advertising ParsGREEN'S Gazette Advertising Fays : a. COMPTROLLER of' the NOTICE TO DEFEND: The State of Oaceola Count)". Florida _
STATE OF. FLORIDA. *- Florida to Meda Elkln Too are (CT CT SEAL! ) .
r LAWN ,JIIOWJll: ( ; 0OTBOARD MOTORS Defendants; LOYAL A. JAdKSOX. *t Defendants.aU hereby notified that a suit in equity Murray \\, Overstreet Jr. -
TO: F. M. OLL>lo'ORD. a resident of for divorce has been brought Attorney for Plaintiffs ..
SKarpeaed Btpaired $FAXRED\ Osceola Countr. State of Florida NOTICE OF RULE: MSI against you by Homer Elklna In the P .O. lies miKlMimmea. ..
who conceal himself ao' that NOTICE' OF EMINENT DOMAd ('Inulturt of the Ninth Judicial Florida.
FUELS t e a RIEDELFuneral on him IN THE NAME AND' BY THE AUTHORITY ceola. State of Florida, and yoU are y
JACK'S StAN AR* SERVICE STATION MAE OLDFORD. a resident 0.- OF THE STATE OF hereby summoned, ordered and required .'l'DLIC01'1: (-.: -
and Service ceola Couaty. State of Florida FLORIDA: to file your written answeror The budget of the-Ctty.*f Klsslm-
231 Emtoett'St. Adros ficn fcoort Tfoti>se who conceals herself so that process TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONcERN "
: defenses to the filed
Complaint mee adopted and
6-7141 .. and to all and parti.e copies
Phone TI 6-2171 TI Home '- cannot personally tie served persona herein, against you in the above are a tlab1:8a the City Hall for "
KISSIMMEEFor en her. having or claiming any right entitled cause, in the office of the anyone desiring a copy of' same.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED title Interest,' estate mortgage orother Clerk of the Circuit Court In and II HAROLD FARMER
Gas Delirerr Phone 107 Emmett St. that a Bill ef Complaint to Foreclose lien to or ia the parcel of for Osceola County. Florida at his City Manager.NoV _
George Stronp TI 6-8014 SUNNHLAND TRAVEL BUREAU Mortgage has been filed ands hereinafter described and the office in the Court House In Kia- 14 ..
against you and you are hereby required following persons with all unknown
6-6903 simnee, Florida on E. Dana TI to servo a copy of your Answer persons claiming by through or under 9th day of December. A.D.. 1MO, and 1THE ClHCtlT COLE OK TUB
S. A. Fletcher. TI 6-5511 AMBULANCESERVICE 'ORMOND) A., McABEE .to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs known persons who are dead or to serve a copy vf such answer or !NINTH JIDI riHCHT. IXAM
Jimmie JefferiM Soil* attorney: BEN LAWSON 905Biscayne who are not known to bo dead or defense upon Tbacker'and Thacker FOR Os IcOL COUNTY. a

TW 2-2265 St. Cloud) Air Bus Steamship/ Tickets Building. Miami It, Florida alive A. Jackson plaintiffs attorneys herein whose FLORIDA
( and file the original Answer In Loyal address is Box (27 Kisslmmee, Florida IN rillMKKY tO. SIMM .
For Gas Service, PhoneJ. 'Ie. .: Tews aiid Cruises the office of the Clerk of the Circuit I US Main St.Klssimmee. B. Ronntree TI 6-7574 Court on or before the 1st of I Fla. SAD NO. II by law. If you fall to'do so. PAULINE It. DRAWDY. hl..wtre
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31'F.t Pine Orlando t1a. CHerry 1-5321 December IISO, in default of which a Decree! Pro Confexso will be entered Pla In tiffs.RAYMOND It"I.
Robert ADen TI 6-3084 Emma B. Jackson
.8t. the Complaint will be taken as confessed .
7 t against for the relief demanded -
Leo Girourd TI 7-2061 I! r j .. ,.?. __ against you US Main St.lfisnimmee. in the you Complaint.1TNESS I.. CiTRON and ..
TI 6-3201 DATED, this l list day of October. Fla.
R. H. HaH TW 2-6202 Gt.Clod 1968. SRD NO. ss \\ raj hand as Clerk of SHIRLEY CITRON, his wtfe. ":
aid Circuit Court of Osteola! County Defendants,
or call H. T. Simmons Mjr.TI TIME TO'' ORDER fUEL OIL NOWFor GLENS RAT NO. RIGHT OF WAIKRD and the seal of said urt at Kis- XOTH-K TO APPEAR
6-2761 Cad Clerk of the Circuit Court KH land Biramee: County, Florida, on IN THE: NAME OF THE STATE Of ..
W. Biedel The West 7 feet of a parcel of .
By /Marjorie U. Hay. of D, FLORIDA .
the 7th day November A. :
BL J. Stanko TI 6-2144 Kerosene CoH Deputy Clerk described as 'Beginning at a point ,. I960. TO THE DEFENDANTS
(Circuit Court Seal 59 feet South of the Northwest cor-
GLENN RAY RAYMOND L. CITRON
IL Coy Conrad BEN LAWSONAttorney ner of Lot S of Block: 7. of Robert -
Martin .
Clerk of the Circuit Court 24 Drive
Funeral DlrectonZENITH 909 Blscayne for Plaintiff Building simrnee Bass' Addition City* according to the Town to plat of KIs-recorded Osceola County, Florida. Sierra Vista CITRON Art sons.SHIRLEY ; :
Circuit Court Seal)
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In Book 'A. 4,
flat
BASSPure page
Miami 22. Florida Thacker and Thacker 24S Martin DriveSierra ,
Nov. I. 10. 17 24. public records of Osceola County. Attorneys for Plaintiff ; Vista Arizona: ..
Florida, thence run South it feet;
AM TO ALL PARTIES
Florida. CLA1MIVOINTERESTS
Klsstmraee. :
O AGRICOAAC In the County Court in and for thence East 100 feet: thence North Nov. 10-17-24! Dec 1. RT, THROCUH. UNDER -
and thence Vest 100 feet to
$0 feet
Orange County Florida Case No. ; 1., OR AGAINST THE AftOVB
OIL lot 14. TIMBER PRODUCTS CO. the POINT OF UEaINNL ." being
: "EL NOTICE OF INTENTION," TO N'AMRD NATURAL. DEFENDANTS
Sales & Servicewe ;' LNC.. a Florida Corporation Plaintiff that part of said tract lrtna.Ithln HAKE APPLICATION! FOil AND TO: ALL PARTIES HAM.VlOR ?
WhHe/Keros/ : 40 feet Easterly of the survey line -
The Nation's Leadiaj Fertilizer ts. Sherman Metzger and Robert FINAL DISCHARGE! CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY
State Road 2010sRaid '- :
of 600. Action
NORMAL PHOSPHATE g '. Metsger, Defendants. NOTICEOF Kt THE COURT OF THE COUNTY RIGHT. TITLE OR INTERBST IN
e18% described
Burns Clean Tl 7.2023 .bHSKIFF'S survey line being as :
SALE NOTICE 18
eAA QUALITY GROUND give :; HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned follows: .Jt11.>GE. OSCEOLA FLORIDA COUNTY *AND. TO TUB PltOPBUTY.FOLLO\V1V SITUATE DR.CRlnKD ..

PHOSPHATE ROCK TV STAMPS as Sheriff of Osceola County iBegln on the North line of the IN OXCBOLA!!
: IV RE: THE ESTATE OF COUNTY FLORIDA
Jack Bass .Distributor Amoco Products Florida that pursuant to execution SH of the N\\4 of button II.
.. let our Ranch and Grove .. Township 2& South Range 29 EMMET K. ROUFF Ttl-VflT:
'A ', ... f" issued in the above entitled case IN PROB.\TI:. Lute No 6. 10. II and 12 of
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Spreader Service> apply fertilizer I did in Osceola County Florida, on East, at a point 1323 65 feet
East Northwest. of TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: Shock l&i of th* Town, of St.
the lit day of November A.D. i960levy !I of corner
dolomite limeetone. ,
and said 8' of N\V H and run North NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN Cloud Osceola County. Ff+rida.according .
lEE t'S NOW FOR fy upon and take under said execution _00 degree OS'S?' East. 1329.15 _' THAT Eula B. Uotlff have filed her tonh Plat of the said
ECOJOMT: PRICESRanch i 'HEAPUNG AID SERVICE as the property of the defendantc feet thence North 00 degreeoo'id" final report a* Executrix of the Town filed In the office' of the ,
herelnaboie named, the East. 14.53 feet to the Estate of Emmet & Roll ft deceased: Nark of the Clreblt Court in
SALES SERVICE 1 : following shares of stock in Klssim North line of said Section 22. at that she have filed petition for final and for Osceola County, Florida, ,
met Warehouse Distributors Inc.
and Grove and
discharge and that she will apply ,
aId Sappfies} far-II m&kes and models f. Florida Corporation, to-wlt: Certificate a Northwest point 1321 corner.81 feet thereof.East of the to the Honorable O P Johnson. Lots 1 and 2, Block 41. accordIng ,
: No. 2 for 2$ Shares common CountyJudy, of Ooceola CountyKlorlda to the I'oWVe Records ef the
Service stock, no par value issued June I I. CONTAINING 350 square feet more on tb* lUll day of November City. of St. Cloud. Oeceola Oount ,
Spreader Factory, trained' Consultant Tuesday 1951, In favor of Sherman Metzger, er OWNED lens. BY Loyal A. Jackson and U60 for approval of same and ). State of Florida.
{ available and Certificate No. S for 25 Sharecommon :
._ Emma B. Jackson for final discharge as Executrix of You, and each of you. are notified
KISSIMMEE stock, no par value, issued the Estate of Emmet 8. Kollff de- that a suit to quiet title to the
In t Kissimmee :and Friday .in St. Cloud..E .. .... June, 8. 1' >68 la favor of Robert TAKE of NOTICE Taking has THAT been A filed Declaration tn- ceased. above described property has been
'V ettfrer.! This 2
FEED STORE the above-styled ths Petitioners
) AJAx' PiooI 1 iiihiisntPARTIN PURSUANT to said levy I will cause by }I. ROLJFFKtecutrix by required to serve a copy of your
( *" .AHK the acquiring authority In
PHONE TI 6-2821 f *s ly | otter for sale and sell the said de- these proceedings for the taking of of the Estate of answer to the Bill of Complaint on
scribed at public sale to r
property Plaintiffs'
Hornet S. Roliff. deceased. the attorney hares l:
above described lands for the
SUPPLY the highest and beat bidder for c8h the
4 : Edward Brlnson Patteiton. 2<9 Uiralda Avenue. Coral
for the best : JEWELERS before the front. door of the Count purpose set, vis forth As ia the of Petition fora in Attorney at Mw Gables. Florida, and file the original
this cause : tight way
Prices fa the Are Courthouse Klosimmee. Osceola 1 ,
.. 'Lowest portion of State Road No. 690. inOsceola e Florida In the offlc of tip CVrk of the e
ounty.. Florida, between the legal Nov. 3. 10. 17. U.I etrauit Court on or betore the 2)rd a
( PLUMBING >FIXTURESYISIT hours of sale Dee S (U County. Florida and that T .
ItISSE ST. CLOUD on :00 noon day of December. u6f: otherwisethe .
The Honorable ROGER A. BARKER
Y -OUR : : A. D. 196<<). purchaser to pay ft CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE allegations of said complaint '
of the of the Circuit
one Judges
Sheriffs Bill of Sale to said NINTH OF will :
SURPLUS DEPARTMENTPIPES prop In the Ninth Judicial Circuit JUDICIAL CIRCUIT be taken as confessed againstjou.
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lu..ql FLORIDA IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
AND FITTINGS erty.DATED at Klsxlmmee Florida ) will I on the 23rd day of COUNTY. IN CHANCERY R. C. Dated the 17th day'af. :November. :
A. D 10:00A.M.
NOVEMBER 1)60 at :
> this 1st day of November. A.D. 1960 MACY and AT>,\ MACT, his wife.
v IIS} Weal Chorcfe fit.Ot1s ROBERT M. BUCK ELS .. la The County Courthouse in 1119GLENN _
STKELANY Flor- Plaintiffs vs. H. H. ItcLELLAN eux .t R \Y,"Cleric of the
'ii Phone 8-ALBS '- f AS:SherU* .f TDsceoU ? Osceola rda conciQer Aownty said Klsslmraee.Declaration of t aU Defendants.. SUIT CUr ; Circuit court 1*. 4. :
... Florida .
County Ntt* ,
OF
QUIET TITLE. NOTICE $ 24 Lec.! -*- .
.A.4AA..AA..Ad and
....... : By Ernest P. Murphy, D S. ncbog appraisers THB STATE OK FLORIDA TO: H. .
DIMEKSlOH AMoUNT'.C N r. S, 11. 17, 24. ;. make aa the Court deems
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: -: ANV : proper. All parties to the suit and H. MeLELLAN Jibe 1te-
all parties Interested may appear LELLAN. his wife. if he be married, KissimmeeBonding :
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
SALES SERVICE rti ti.t eJII Priced COURT.; OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. and denlgnated be heard at the time and place if living at law and If I, Radio an CHANCERY NO. ___. GEORGE :
I residence Unknown: and
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Yon and each of you, are hereby
I COMPLBTB BOUBFURNITURECO!! "Vlll'IIRnI" lytv.;. ...a ,,,pJ. IWAT TRAILERS'' ttrh E.W BEAUCHAMP BBAUCHAMP,and his CATHERINE wife. Plain commanded Answer to the to appear Petition by heretofore filing an any and by. all through persons under claiming or against Interests 24 Hour Service :

vs. THOMAS II HYRGRAVKS.et .
the ,above named known persons:
TV filed In this In the entitled
PARKS & ..1iotw Traikra..ad Utility Trailers TITLE.aU Defendants.NOTICETHE. SUIT STATE TO QUIET OF Court on or before cause the llth day of and any arid all. persons hating or Ph. TI 7-2022 FRED KEISER
claiming any right title or tnttren 511 St.
Ingram
I Kisslminee! -'$t. Cloud : i t Ht .8d! >!lealt'd' GRAVES FLORIDA, and TO. THOMAS___H._ HAR HAR- what DECEMBER right title.A. D Interest 1960., to or show liens In and to the following describe .
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r Cwaplrte,mobile! -welding 1 tlopf= all I work tnarlnteed. GRAVES bin .unn wife, if married the yon,above-described or any of you, land have In and and showcause to .
whose last known residence and address -

'- Old ,Orlando Hwy near Lireatoek Market.LOU Indiana Is City, If of any Acton.of them Marion be living County taken why for the the use same and should purpose not st be We do all types :

THREE SHOWS TONITE RL:t,Bbr 338 ::1' ,6: tI8mIlUDe&- and* if.any of them be dead their un- forth In the Petition filed herein REF1NISHINGUPHOLSTERING
< known heirs, devisees legatees, assignees WITNESS my hand and the Sea) WOOD .
llenors, creditors or othe of said Court on this 8th day of
r .YOUNG WELDING gersonk claiming. by through or under November, X D. 1960OLHNN I :
I "
RAY,
them: and any and All person ,
-PHONE' TI 6789S claiming any right title or interes Clerk of the Circuit CourtOf .
In and to the property hereinafter Osceola Count, Florida
described In Ooceola I County. Flor By s/ Ellanore O. JowersDeputy Furniture refinishing, box springs md mattresses reboilt ;;

4 ML SOUTH CONCERN Ida. AXDTO-ftLL.: WHOM IT MA T (COURT clerk SHAU ALL WORE GUARANTEED Free pick-np and delivery :

HOUSE ON192 Lots Eleven <1I) and Twelve MURRAY W. OVERSTREET.. service. e
(12) of Block Three Hnnderd4and Attorney '
County call collect
CYpress 34538 Orlando
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Seventeen. {liT) of the 124 UroadwavKisslmmee.<< :
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-- -- Town of St. Cloud. Osceola Florida *
INDUSTRIALELECTRICAL ROTHROCKSEPTIC County State of "Florida according and RlGHTWAY UPHOLSTERY :
RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL and to the Official Plat of BRYAX w. HENRY
CONTRACTINGLicensed said Town of St. Cloud, Osceola Holland Bunding 5600 Old Water Garden Road, Orlando '
County, Florida, as filed in the Tallahassee, Florida
and Bonded Offiee of the Clerk of the Cir- Of Counsel for Petitioners' 25 years experience! :

FREE ESTIMATESCHILDERS tANK CO. cuit. Court of Oseeela Count No10.17-54. Dec. 1.

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4A The Ktssimmee Gazette, Thursday, November 2.f, 1000I to reduce the valuations: on both The quality of cattle today la cameGIas. Injury to azalea flower' Florida Forests
his real and personal property. better and the efficiency of production buds may not be apparent or no- Garden
Diggin'sby
Others making protests againstthe expected of them is great ticed until the plants begin flowering Produce PulpwoodFlorida

valuations as placed by the er than formerly. Consequently} when few flowers appear. Ex- '
I The St. Cloud Story tax assessor on timbered lands, pelleted supplements containing amination shows that the flower .. .. Pat Duke forests produced 2.1 million -
lands wereC. well and other cords of pulpwood in 1959
prairie protein
cut-over and energy as buds have failed to develop. .
Her It few minutes
e is, Thanksgiving, hung for a on their
By ALMA HETHERINGTOX L. Gaines, of Jacksonville, rep- nutrients is necessary for high producing Cold-damaged camellia flower Poinsettiaare marking. 15 per cent gain for the
resenting the Consolidated Land lactating beef cows fed and most or 'the beaks before they get smart enough year compared to a 12 per cent
buds remain on the plantsfor their bud
may beginning to start
The same problems existed 40 ing more money than he was get Company; Pat Johnston as representing non-legume roughagei.Florida's some time after they normally bloom. Early Christmas for sure to figure out KOW.to peckit increase throughout the other
that foremost in ting. Kissimmee Cattle Company invitable cold off their beak. Those little bird southern states the Florida Stat
are
yean ago snaps would have opened. They may expand account of not caving enough
the news today. This is shownin "A call went out from the Uni- ; G, T. Singletary, representing probably coming soon will no and become quite large, show on cool dark days-but who wants toes are handy little gadgets for Chamber of Commerce said yester

an editorial in the July IS, 192d, ted States Bureau .of Education it deplored the interests of Pfann and doubt injure many of out tenderer color an dappear to be opening. them! If yon desire to be real, eating. But I don't advise humans day."The
Issue The St. Qocd Tribune. for 26,000 teachers, .while Singletary.Mr. Florida gain more than
of plants. The symptoms of this damage After some time, however, they dilly red
The U.S. Bureau of Education the fact that less than Gaines stated that he was can be confused with those of drop unopened from the plant. An Poinsettia flippant blossom just on put the a tail. of to try eating with the help of made up for a drop in 1958 and

has at last awakened to the seriousness 11,000 graduates of colleges and informed that the object of the various diseases. To avoid confus examination of the buds win show your Thanksgiving turkey And the toes, on account of I believe was the largest increase .since>>5O.

of the situation facing the (raining schools would be avail-' raise as made by the tax assessor ion, here are some pointers. the base of the petals to be brown wish it a merry Christmas, as it the bird is adapted that way, and Pine cut from standing: forests amounted -

schools of the country, a situation able for for these the coming vacancies.generation The prospect of- was for the purpose 'Of> 'making First cold damage dqea not show and the buds hard and .firm. goes down the gullet new way of not humans. cut than to 1383.000 in 1958 but cords below, a larger both-,

that has been the theme of news- school children is really alarming. up a deficit in the school budget, up until weeks or even months ;During late spring or summer, decorating for Thanksgiving, especially Fall is here. The Chrysanthemums 1956 and 1957. Hardwoods contri-
papers all over the country for that he was in favor of taking after the low -temperatures azaleas other woody. since most of us don't havea
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>Must< they be permitted to grow or. ornamentals are blooming. have a few buted 97,000 cords and wood residues
more than two years past. Ever in ignorance because this rich care of the schools, but the short- cur. Dr. Howard Miller of. the may: have branches dying. The passel (how in the world do you beautiful: big yellow! ones in bloom 134,000 cords last year, both
since the great advance in living: up and great country cannot pay the age should be met by a general Florida Agricultural Experiment? remainder' of the plant -may "be spell passel) of old dried corn now. Of. course the small purples well above former years. Wood

costs began, the teachers whose teachers who stand in relation ol raise on all properties in the Stations says some symptoms may healthy and vigorous.'An examina- husks to hang over mantels; what are in their glory and they do residues a comparatively new

salaries did not advance propor- parents to its little ones during county. C. P. Dickinson of the not be evident until the following. tion of the plant will often showa we also don't have. make a showy mass. I am still source of pulpwood, include saw-
tionately, have felt the pinch of I a large part of their waking hours, law firm of Dickinson and Dickinson the- summer. crackling or splitting of the Have you ever observed that tr'ingto rake up the courage to mill chips, veneer cores poje and
bas who
result Orlando represented
hard necessity. The as much as it pays its plumbersand There are, of course, the obvious baric'on .the affected limbs. The bird are more nosy than the candy a few of the large chrysanthemum piling trim and cull crossties.
theiJ in Osceola County,
been that have left Candler lands .
many bricklayers? (Although the symptoms of freezing on ornamental bark may have split, pulled apart worst neighbor Anything new cr leaves, j just to see why "Th eten paper. pulp and wall-
chosen vocation and sought others roblem was apparently as acute asked Mr. Barber on what percent be plants. Tender shoots, and the edges calloused over. Unless strange must be .investigated by this old time custom has died out. board mills in Florida which use
that promised at least a living 40 years ago as it is today, still i of the value of the property branches, or the entire plants may the plant is known to have one and all. A dead twig will I think I can guess-but havinga pulpwood have a combined 24-hour
to his assessment for 1919,
wage. The papers were quick it is' encouraging to know that: based be killed. This damage usually been injured mechanically, the bring the Sherlock Holmes in curiosity as curious as the Jaybird capacity of 8,100 tons well above
the
realize the situation and see the during these four decades, three 1 and previous years, be stated 50 shows up soon after the low temperature chances are very good that this is them. If you want a.' laugh a I want to find out if it is the capacity of mills in any other
results that would follow assessment made a .
direful distinct generations of children I was upon occured. The leaves die a result of cold damage. If part of minute, just put out puffed rice half as bad as it sounds. For some southern state. Florida normally
a shortage of competent teachers went from the First Grade throughthe i percent basis. or they turn yellow and fall from the plant is healthy, pruning out in the feeder if they have never reason, my white mums are not produces about 60 per cent of the
kind they called on school boards Twelfth and completed more: After a careful examination by the plant. The stems blacken and the affected or dead branches is seen it. When a bird lights on my yet in bloom. wood consumed by the mills in the

everywhere advance the wages than a year of college). I the board If county commissionersof the shrivel. The damage extends from all that is necessary. oak to look the situation over in Yes, the colbrds In the flowerbed state.
cf the teachers and keep them on all valuations fixed by
the jobs. But the school boards At this time Hedrick Brothers': tax assessor on both as real and per- the tips of the branches down- House plants or tropical foliage the feeder pan if it is cereal they are doing fine-to Bill's disgust "Counties which produced more
could not always do what they Bakery, owned by I.. E. and .L. H. sonal properties in the eonnty, the ward. After a few days or a week, or flowering plants grown outdoorsin are wary and gentry slide in fora In fact they are"much larger than 40,000 cords last year were
wished to do. Hedrick, opened .for business in I' board deterined that the increase you can determine the extent of planter boxes or in patios, are landing. They beat time in the and greener than the puny things led by Baker which cut 98,871
the remodeled Drought Buildingon in valuation made on timbered the damage by peeling back the often injured by cold weather. air while looking the food over in the garden. So assure your cords. Nassau was next with 94-
They were hampered in various New York Avenue betwesn lands as landsin bark and examining the wood. If Symptoms which develop at the good. The extra brave will go a- husbands that collards belong in I 491 cords, Marion 92,824 cords and
cut-over and
prairie
ways principally by a lack 11th and 12th Streets. Otto Bleech Osceola too great it has been killed, it w\Jl 1 be brownor time of the injury or some time af.. Lead and light but the weak- with the daisies. Ill bet that old I i Santa Rosa 90,649 cords. Columbiacut
of means which the proper author- was elected cashier of the Bank County was madeon blackened and watersoaked.When terwards may resemble systems kneed take it easy. Finally one boy don't turn his nose up at 55,450 cords and Hamilton 83-
i unless the increase had been
ities, not realizing the immediate of St. Cloud.Assessing I other real estate in the county, the extent of this type:of produced by various diseases. They and all perch and peek. Usually those collards when I put themon 821 cords. Flagler, Putnam, Taylor
necessity had neglected' to pro- in Osceola! backward in the table with hunk St.. Johns and Eseambia cut
property which said increase valuationsthe cold damage can be fairly well appear on the leaves as large irregular they jump straight a of fat-
vide. But the expense of the underpaid County for taxes in 1920 causedas I board considered ef would not :determined, remove the'affected watersoaked. areas irre- the air and it is one riot to see back.Watch from 78,000 to 73,000 cords each.
teachers' continued to much protest as it has caused branches careful gular tin or straw-colored mar- them do it. Then wTien they get for caterpillars. The big Duval Madison, Bradford, Alachu-
that by
i be advisable it was voted twigs or prim
pile up in undue proportion to in 1960. When the late Hon. Wm. ] the increased valuation be re ing. If the injured branches are ginal blotches, or definite spots real brave, after about four air green ones that strip a bush in a, Dixie, Volusia ranged from 66-
their salaries, and forced many L tax askedat jumps-they the food and one night-watch 000 to 53,000 cords each. In the 40-,
Barber assessor, was I valuations various weak parasitic surrounded by distinct wateroatked peck your poinsettia
duced the left orga-
of them in self defense to seek thereby placing 000 cord
the another heehaw especially. group were Levy, Clay,
of the
meeting equalizationboard : attack the plant and margins. comes out of it. They got on my red-
for 1920 nisms
the assessment of may
mere remunerative work. We even Walton, Union and Jackson. These
what changes he had made They always iet the puffed rice hot pepper bushes, and before I
increased Plants African violets
such
the that of result in damage. as ,
1919.
heard of a school principal in a same as 22 counties accounted for 15
in valuations on real estate for : discovered them my bushes looked: per
who Cold injury tq evergreen ornamental gloxinias and related types'are cent of the
neighboring state resigned
i state cut not including
the 1920 assessment he advised and were naked of leaves. Stomp
as principal aQd put in an application na y. .. c i .. plants may cause only leaf very sensitive to low temperaturesand residue wood used."
for the janitorship the bo&rd.that he had made a few County damage. This type of damage is may be damaged.by 49 to 50 used at any time'.without dangerof with the foot after you figure: out
as
payI raises on improved property in usually not severe, and no appre- degree temperatures. The injury illegal residues. on fruit or in how to get them off the bush. I
the county and a general raiseon Agent ciable harm is done to the plant. appears as a water-soaked appear- citrus pulp. admit those big ones back me Tobacco advertisers increased

timbered lands, cut-over lands t Again certain organisms may ance to the leaves. Continued exposure Tedion is preferred to other down from pluckingthem off by their investment. daily newspapers
I CHRISTIAN. SCIENCE and prairie lands, timbered lands Jim s { grow over the injured tissue re- may result in a collapseand miticides for control of spider hand. They actually scare me, butI 23.4% in 1958. The $28-

SOCIETY having been raised about $2 per sulting in what appears to be a definite withering the plants. mites.until December. However, it foot.sure can stomp them with my 038,000 spent by cigar. manufacturers

10) N. Randolph acre and cut-over lands and prairie Smith leaf spot disease. Often time :Cold damage to such plants as neither controls rust mite nor givesa a 56.4% gain.
Sunday Services 11 lands about $1 per tore, such until the and related
aja.Smway the injury is not noticed philodendrons species quick, clean-up of spider mites.
:School 9:30 BJO. lands now begin assessed at $4 Says infection has occured. If you can often results in distinct spots with. Chlorobenzilate does both, but ANN'S APRON GIFT SHOP CtiU
Wed. Might Services 8 p.m. and $6 per acre. A letter from such leaf water-soaked does not
associate spots with pre- margins. give lasting control of Parks Furniture
Use Co.
J. C. Tyson was read, asking them my Christmas
11 vious cold damage you can savea No chlorobenzilate has been spider mites. Therefore the mixture -
great deal of time and effort. found in milk from cows fed a diet of Tedion and Chlorobenzilate Layaway plan For Prompt Repair of Tour

LETTY'S FABRIC SHOPPENew The big.question with beef pro- Frequently, flower buds may be that included relatively high a- is excelent for a quick clean-up and For Beautiful Aprons REFRIGERATOR.Phone .
ducers these fall days is "How damaged by cold weather. This ,is mounts of this miticido. This lasting control of rust mite, citrus 316 Main St. TI 6-2171 days or
I winter beef cattle successfully particularly true of azaleas and means that Chlorobenzilate: may be red: mite, and Texas citrus mite. TI e-8575 aifhts
can my
York Ave.. at I 11th. St. CloudA ,

NEW SERVICE The answer? to this question depends Easy way to do your new-car sampling-

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NC\ PiCK UP AND DELIVERY

t&ZZ ON reproductive be wintered.efficiency The base of for the building cowsto around the block '

Alterations and Dressmaking home-grown all winter roughage feeding programsis either ; Drive Chevy once ; at yourChevrolet -; : :'T :

Fittings in the privacy of your own home reserved grass baled hay. silage, t

"THEN" delivered clover or temporary grazing.On .
upon completion. the large acreage of Florida !
dealer's'onestop shopping center
TW 2-5262 ST. CLOUD where clover is not being grown

this roughage base needs reinforcement : .
with a supplemental feed.

This aged is ranches especially where so the on well-man-cows are Just drop in and take a drive in one of the 30 spanking new '61 models your Chevy $pajgr 1 now offers

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FAMOUS j duce expected enough to calve milk every to bear year a heavy, pro- under\ ,the same. roof. With every drive, your dealer is giving away free Dinah Shore Christmas

I.DIAMONDS / calf and re-breed during lactation. while last. So hurry! And 11 find that here's the to for'
e j Dr. J. F. Hentges of the Florida records; they .you easy, one-stop way shop

I. OF HISTORY j., Agricultural says that in Experiment the winter Stations of 1 59-, the car you want. There's a model to suit almost any taste or need-at a price to suit almost


.. 11:1 60 out, four of production-tested of first-calf dams heifers were budget. There's a whole crew of new Chevy Corvairs, including four fame -lovin wagons.
..' "':-1:' .. : :. .,\:.:... ( groups any: ,
I ul'., "' ...,..)....tt ".'.:.;.:.\.:;-'. ;J.h given all the Coastal bermuda
full-size Chevrolets. Bel Airs.
\, e lowest Popular
the priced
i.\-\! : "-F.; ..;jc-: .,.,...". J grass hay they would eat. Also, New Biscaynes- Sumptuous Impalas.
4. T they had free access to mineral
''','.c. 1'?"1.,,! boxes defluorinated And Americas true sports car-the" Corvette. Come on in and pick
':>. \. ;;i :.",- containing only your
!I .\ 1 'N n phosphate and trace mineralizedsalt. : CJJEVROl.ET
i\ '. "1 f ,.,..l. The hay was the best that new- car easy: way-on a one-stop shopping tour! -

\ J-:::-ea r. l 1Je. could be produced with 600 poundsof I .

....... .:... ;,-.. ammonium nitrate acre on
per
.r.'. ... .1..1.. ...a ....._.... :
.r.. .0.#"' .":01.iJ. 'st't1 -"" fine sand land. It analyzed 12 to .1111111///////q/Hf.fNII:1; .NNNIHI NII NIIMIINHIIIIHN//1N1.IIIMNININIIHHIIINIINNI/IIIIHNHI/HIIfNN..1/............NINi .
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"r-l,: I".::,,':.;;; z-i. r>I"-' ': !":.);- percent protein a i < : ; L \ ,
\ !:.t...; .,...,.., ".(i...': ...,_ digestion trial showed was 60 percent '. .. .
i) '..; digestible. During gestation, t
.., 1J.-.y.Io.*: ":. ", ,,,. .....:.!\..\..\........:...:.:.- the cOWl fared well but after calve it. :: ::
J;,": ::'.. x..Jo.'ir......'.
I"!. :JI.. (.. ; p ....... ing during lactation they did not t. .. : :
:"! .; ,.. :: ;::::.: :
::+.... 1.00 +x .">.01'&Jffl.,".,...;..r..t\....!...\..,...'-.:...-."-ell.\. consume their body weight and produce
W14 .\...,.%\ ,...;;._'.'".;.,':.:...,.:'...,.::. milk too. J, t..:. :
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.:.....*:*& ii,..Ltj....t : :. .. In addition bulls were placed :. ...:
:HSSf : ; ,:w.-l... : ';".(...;.'.:.'." "."-. ......:. with them during the breedingseason ,
*.:: A 'I when they are expected to New '61 Chevrolet IMPALA SPORT SEDAN i New '61 Chevrolet 2-DOOR BEL AIR SEDAN '
,.:ra diamond
... valuedat
):(" 137atatlhUoW show heat and breed. Of course, '
-,::.:::- ,..:.. $ first : Chevies These beautiful Bel Airs above the i
: turned none of the lactating Brahmansand You'll see fin models in the Impala aeries-the most elegant priced just thriftiest fuQ-eize Chevies,
s.::4'r up in the, collection of the famed few herfords showed heat and : of alL They're sensationally sensible from their more parkable out sue. : bring you newness you can use. Roomier dimensions reach right back ::
'
.-.f1:: Medici family l of Florence, Italy. none were bred because they were .: to their remarkably roomy HI size. And note that trim new roof line. : to the easier loading trunk that lets you pile baggage 15% higher. .:

ciii .!. The stone 'was sent to Austria ...................... .... ............... .. .... .......................
J in losing weight trying to produce ...............!f............................. """ ........."............ ...:
;: 1743 and was later sold i. :
by the milk for their calves. .
I. Hapsburg Emperor when he went Dr. Hentges says, that the fac- ... .. I.
\ l into exile at the end of World War k tor in limited supply was energy :. : I I.I

1 :. ;. L Today U. S. Industry takes about 14 even though the cows had free ,'

-:' J r.s&tf r.: 60 per cent of the world's stock of access to all top quality grass Kay : ( ,. ':'
.".t-. 7 .1:':.;.'.', industrial diamonds, for cutting they would eat. They simply didn't : $ : ..".

it! ..&.!:'.&. .,-.$...%;.:.; drilling and polishing purposes. get the 16.8 pounds of T. .D. N. 1 ': j .
i (total digestible nutrients) that ,:
.I ,"i" . the N. R. C. tables .
requirement
tf 0,' # \' '' I
,
,. ', ..... '4J"' #.._ ',' ... \ I show are needed daily by 900 to .. ..
\\" /i \;; @) 1.000 beef .
;: \Z I \ pound lactating cows. :f \

., \- @) =_.. ....... ..... I. \.'': O\J/I ---- .:::... They consumed about 18 poundsof :' New lower priced '61 CORVAIR 500 CLUB COUPE : New '61 Corvair 700 LAKEWOOD STATION WAGON : ,
.--::::; ..:; =:;'l\\\ ..... 5=: 9\1/.::- 55 to 60 percent T. D. N. hay :
...'?.:. ."-.".".".. "" .'I'"I"' ...\ ,,:,, '. .,\"..',, I daily; hence, they were gettingnot : See what Corvair'a. got in store for you in '61! Thriftier sedans and i; There's. room for almost everything but antifreeze in these new one- .
I II more than 11 pounds of T D. N. : toupee with nearly 12% more room up front for luggage. That rear : and-only 6-passenger; Lakewoods. And they're the only wagons with : ': ..

[ The Sideshow 'Medicine MM' Is Cone This was 5 to 7 pounds less than :. ea'. jine'a. ', spunkier, too;with a gas-savins new,axle ratio to go with it. :: lockable trunk under the hood. Be sure' to.see the new Greenbriers. too' -,,. t. .'.,. ':

they needed to maintain their :....IIIf11ff1111f11111..IIf..................................?NI.,1....1,1..IIIIIIIIIIIf N11111111f11.f11f11111111/111111111111111111..............:
I And the my the so-aUtd l 'gem expert* who could weight and show heat for breeding- ...

hold a Diamond up to the light and pronounce a true during lactation.:
color rating is also gone. Today trusted That needed energy can be sup-
M considers color, clarity, cut and carat-weight your together j jeweler I plied to lactating beef cows most New '61 Chevrolet 2-DOOR BISCAYNE 6 '
economically by inducing the cow
io guiding you to a proper Diamond purchase.Select to eat more roughage. For some NOW-Big-Car Comfort at Small-Car Prices

your Diamond where you know you can have complete \\f reason cows will consume over 3
j confidence the knowledge and integrity of TOUT percent of their body weight (air These new Biscayne 6's*-the lowest priced full-site" ; '",'

at dry matter basis) In White Dutch Chevrolet*-let you save money in a big way yet sa'veYoa .
I PARTi'Nwej Ws Clover which may contain nearly a full measure of Chevy's new roominess-such things a*
lERS '! 90 percent water, yet they seldom higher easy chair seats, larger door openings, more leg :
a
room in front foot in the l
consume more than 2 percent of a s more. room rear. .
Ve.have just the gift for Christmas their body weight in stored gras ,' +.....:.-.-__ ___ .ilM sldlEll M TS mtM .s_

giving.SEE > ses.In ,-
the study above, two groupsof

OUR COMPLETE LINE TODAY cows were fed ground bay but
little increase in bay
very consumption '

209 Broadway. T165631dirnond better was;noted.for heavier The hay weight wasutilized See the Greatest Show on Worth at Y m, rOhevroleLealer'; 8 >.> < ;.,{

to show heat and breed.. Researchhas .
; shown that supplementation of :
roughage diets with molasses

-_ q which is high in. sugar content, : CADDELLSTARLINGri :

is forever grains high in starch content and .

I $ I Inws other feed .ingredients Will atimu- ... ; i.

late to the increase rumen repidly mcr bial and-break population 7_1012Page \: Mol. eM!'. Au.-; -.; } ;;",_ :: -, Kissu ee; Florlll .' .. '.boat, 1'1 6-3i1t! t

..*.* down roughages faster. o' t.d'. "" .. q_. '"' _.; .. 0 ." < _



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