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t4 a* := CbM Matter Kissimmee Florida December 1 1960 KMaklUkr* 1S 4Pke
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Final Rites ; o. ,

Vine Street merchant are planning\ a giant give-a-way on Saturday 'Held ForHorace j

December 17. Watch the Gazette for further announcements on yvS.
the event which will see a car loaded with merchandise and service Brown ,
given to the holder of the lucky ticket number. i
Patrons can start registering Momdaj. Deceraber 5 at any of i rw;' 1
these places ef business from the stoplight east'to the bowling alley Horace Eppes JJrown, 90, ef '
for this and other prizes. The merchants participating are: Joe S. Campbell Station; Kissimmoa,
Lombardy's Texaco Service, Park Wash Laundry, Pat Lupfen 66 prominent cattleman and landowner -
Service Ketchum's Orange Bowl Lanes Margie's Diner and others passed away Wednesday after 1 >
to be added next week. cji several) months Ulneks.
And Santa Claua will be on hand Saturday, December 17 to giveaway Born April 26, 1870, at East
candy to the kiddies. It all shapes up to be a real festive affair Carroll Perish: Louisiana the son
and someone will find himself the owner of a car this Christmas. of Edward Jasper Brown and
Nancy Octavia Eppes Brown, he L' ,
i moved, with his family to Osceola p'i THE POPULATION JUMP County in 1886.

He was a member of the Camp- : \ >. ; i. ><. ... ..
Osceola County's.population} jumped from 11,406 in 1950 to 18,859In < s bell Station Baptist Church. -' -

1960, again of 7,453 persons or almost the equivalent of the numberof Survivors include his wife Mrs. ;; ii iiBOWLING '- '{
people living inside the city limits of Kissiramee, This was in a 10 Elizabeth Reaves Brown, one son .' : /

year period. Now the natural increase in population in a decade, allow- NEW'owboy BAND SHIRTS Ed Farmer, member of the Osceola High Oren Brown chairman of the Os- .... .......",..';,"_..",(._, > :"" ,_"_ .,,, '_ ... : ;
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ing for natural birth and death Tate, would have been an increase over Band is shown above in the new winter weight gabardine ceola County Commission, one < .,. -"" _____.
the 1950 figure of 337. This means that during the past ten years 7416 shirts which they will wear in the Christmas Parade Saturday. The brother Ernest E. Brown five ALLEY The new 12 lane Orange Bowl Lanes recently opened in Kissimmee is one of
persons migrated to Osceola County from other areas. The next decade gold shirts aft embroidered on the back yoke with a Brahman head grandchildren and one great the most modern facilities in the area. This week-end the management Is holding their Grand Opening
the Soaring Sixties, should see an additional 10,000 persons migratingto designed by Buster Kentoo.Justifiably proud of their new'uniform grandchild, all of Kissimmee. Saturday December 3rd from 1 p.m. to midnight..(here will be a drawing for a free bowling ball and
the county, based in past and present figures. In view of this, and shoes- (Photo by Cooper)
for which
shirts, this 85 piece band has terminated a project .they Funeral services were held at .
these people are coming regardless it would seem a good idea to extend have worked over fife years to accomplish by various money making 2 o'clock Sunday from the Gris- I .. .. .. ..
the city limits and make other arrangements to take care of them. I scheme (Photo br Skinner) so Chapel with the Rev. ?,'Floyd Power To Be

i Cox. officiating assisted by the

THE ACCIDENT RATE ..1 James Rev.tliver Wooten.Campbell'and the Rev. Off On Bermuda Bowling Alley Open''

Only four counties in Florida-Franklin, Gilchrist, Lafayette Christmas Parade Casketbearerswere Messrs. '

and Lee-were able to get through the first eight months of 1960 I Billy 'Lamb Earl Lamb George Sunday MorningPower For BusinessOrange
counties traffic Lamb Guy Lamb Irby Lamb and
without-traffic fatality. Six out of 67 only had one ,
death during.the period\ from January to August.' Milton Lamb. Interment was in
Counties with big scores-and populations-were Dade 89; Palm To Highlight Week Pleasant Hill Cemetery. Grissom along Bermuda Avenue Bowl Lanes, recently degree in business administration, \
Beach, 64; Hillsborongh, 57; Duval,69, and so on. Osceola County had : Funeral Home was in charge of from Emmett Street west and opened its facilities for business. from Mexico "City College, Mexico:(
10 traffic fatalities daring this period which doesn't seem too high arrangements. north will be off from daylight Situated just east of Kissimmee on City, where his folks were poultry
until one looks at Sarasota County's seven deaths. Populous Lake only Saturday Is the day that the! plete cycle and then:tack to, Lakeshore Sunday until approximately; 8 a.m., raisers.
had 13,jtr it would seem that we could use some driving precaution in small fry of Kissimmee have been where it will disband. Roy Hansel supervisor of public: Highway 441, the beautiful build The bowling alley is one of the
Osceola County to help cut down our traffic death count. waiting for! Santa Claus is coming I Prizes will be awarded to civic Man Charged With utilities said yesterday. ing lends very well to the l landscape most modern recreational facilities

*. to town-Of! course this is clubs, church groups school Assault And BatteryCharges Hansel said the power along this of the area. in Kissimmee and includes twulv
pot his official visit which is groups, etc. First place will receive same route will be off Sunday Driving east from Kissimmeo toward l lanes, snack bar nursery and rest
WE'VE'' GOT HOMEWORKAdvised plated for December 26th, but he !I ISO; second, $35; third place $25; of aggravated assault December 11 during the same approximate St. Cloud, the building is seen rooms. '
will be her to check with the I fourth $15; and fifth $10. First against a 47-year-old St. Cloud time while the lines on the left, set just off the high Knutson said plans are now under
by the latestreport on the election returns that President- little ones to ,find out their wishes : second and third place trophies man were reduced to assault and are being set back to accomodatethe way. At night the green and orange way to Hold lessons for those
elect Kennedy will be the twelfth American President jto be elected with sign on the front of the build who
for that big day. will be awarded to outstanding battery after a preliminary hearing paving program now under. would like to l learn to bowl.!
less than a majority of the popular vote, we are reminded once more The annual Christmas Parade, business establishment floats. before Justice of Peace Henry way on Bermuda Avenue from ing can be seen for miles. Knutson, who is also a bowling
that, our Electoral College system is not what it was set up to be. sponsored by the Kissimmee Merchants Those desiring to enter a float in Thompsqn, Sheriff Bob Buckets Emmett Street to the State Animal Arthur Knutson owner and man instructor has set up a program
Maybe it worked a1ri'Jthtiwhen, there were 13 states. But it is certainly held ager, has planned for the public of, activities at the alley including
Association will be the parade are urged to contact said Monday. Diagnostic Laboratory
all wrong when victory in half that. many can establish the winner this week end an opening and invites league bowling and
mixed doubles,
at 10:30 aon, led by the American the chamber office by Friday Facing the charge is Harry Hansel also announced that the
in 11150. Legion color guard and the city boon in order that a number for James Vickers accused of harminga power will be off frequently fora everyone out to inspect the all aimed at increasing the enjoyment -
oficials. Six bands,have been lined judging purposes can be assigned. 12-year-old BIBlELAND (IS NOW OPEN I up to march. These include the Santa will ride in the parade, him sand his wife. the week until the job is com- ball drawing at which time a bowl The interior of the building fin
ing and shoes
will be
given ished in wood make it
held investigation paneling, an
colorful Kowboy Marching Band in distributing candy along the :way. Vickers is being for pleted. : .
'Bblelan4.! the tourist attraction on Orange Blossom Trail;}, isnow \their new uniform shirts the Os- Immediately following the paradehe in connection with other away.Knutson born in Grand Fork, excellent ily and friends place to for bring an enjoyablo the fam-

.opea again seven days a week from 9 i.m. to 9 Pm.: ceola Junior Band the Kissimme4 will be in front of the Arcade charges both in this and Okeecho- Kiwanis To Sponsor' North Dakota, graduated with a evening or afternoonSANTA'S _
Fay Morse, the owner and operator of the religious attraction High ,Band, the St Cloud senior Theatre to talk to the children. bee county, the sheriff said.
which features,the life of Christ In panoramic paintings, said all damage end 'Junior,hi h- bands, and the 40 Also a free cartoon will be shown Judge O. P. Johnson held a dosed Christmas, Basket :. -
that was suffered during Hurricane Donna has been repaljr\1. piece band from Florida Southern at the Arcade to all grade schoolchildren \ hearing Friday in connection At the meeting of the Kiwanis ;'.. ; ::-4" '- .;'....,'. < ;,f.-' .," .
", will from with the case. He said no final decision Club Tuesday, night it ,decided J .' rrP '.. '. .
which appear with the Florida 12 to 1 >m.: was '.
: .. : SouthernROTQ: Drill $eam ind! The 4t mesa RG1IDr> Guard Drill has been made but the child1asbeenplaced4n :.. to againponsur\ the annual I .. -' '"--- fill'" J'1)
SOME STATISTICS \ color Jniard. "" **_* Team and dour man color,guard : a foster' me 'Christmas Basket for needy resi- :- .. ,., 'fi .''\
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for the time being.Kissimmee dents. 7'< '" "
Fifteen, floats' have been registered of Florida Southern will 'present ti"
f: There were 148 marriages and 16 divorces or annnlmenOseeola (its in but more are expected to a drill exhibition on MonumentAve. Organizations or persons wish ... : : '
1, .'County. in the eight month- period from January through participate, according to Paul.San- between Broadway and Pleas- J Visitor ing to donate to this fund are i $} :w I i
August. born manager. of the Chamber of. ant after the parade. Died Enroute Home asked to send their checks made f
There were 223 births of which' 179 were white and 44 Negro. Of Commerce.The Prize money the free. cartoon payableto the Christmas Basket

the 232 dea.ths22 were white and 12 Negro. There were eight infant formation of the parade and Santa's appearance have( Rudolph Pohl, who with his wife Fund to Sam Lupfer, treasurer.A '; rM1 j
deaths reported, of which six were white. will be on Lakeshore Boulevard, been arranged through the Merchants visited Miss. Sylvia Smith and special committee was ap
Heart disease claimed 77 persons; 42 persons succumbed! to with the floats lining up between Association and the Cham- Miss Katherine Allen at Orange pointedto look af: :r various de a..
toerebral vascular disease, and 33 persons died of cancer. Monument and Ruby and the bet of Commerce.: This year's pa- Gardens recently, died of a strokeat tails.
it, bands between Monument awl rade committee consists of Gaylord a hospital at Memphis Tennessee ms.-.n

1 BOYS RANCH PLANS PARTYSheriff Dakin. The parade will start at Palmer .Bob '}lcKls ie, Bob enroute to their home atGowrie. Birth Announcement
Monument and Lakeshore, movingup Berlinsky, Art Dyer, Don More-. Iowa.
Bob Buckels says the second annual Christmas party will to Broadway making the com- field and Paul Sanborn. The Pohls who were delightedwith Dr. and Mrs. Donald Brown announce

be held at the Florida: Sheriffs Boys Ranch*at Live Oak the afternoonof Kissimmee on their visit here the birth of a daughter 5 _
Wednesday December 21. I CELEBRATE! 15th ANNIVERSARY I had planned to move to Orange November 25 at the Kissimmee

Tom Kelly the ranch administrator say* gifts are needed for Gardens upon their retirement. HospitalCommission d ,
boys from eight to 17, such as items of clothing toilet articles and .,, h, co. >'t < '<"
personal gifts such as airplane models, games of all kinds, records, :, ;: >. fs.i ., : ::; ; I t :':'... :' _
books, cameras, etc. :, ;
If would like ..>., ..... Adopts
you to make a contribution of a gift, get it to Sheriff ;i-\-o -
Buckels and he will see it gets to the party. C 4 r tta_
Incidentally 25 central Florida.boys were recently enrolled at

the ranch, including one from Kissimmee., Gas ResolutionAt e.kue., a+ yi..e

4I the special city commission Ii
United Fund Drive '
commission meeting held approved Tuesday a night resolution the I Elks Plan Dance

i'.t. '. giving the Houston Gas and Oil Saturday Night i
Considered a Corporaticn permission to con. '
Being struct a natural g>, pipe line a- This Saturday evening December '- !.
.. .. ". long certain streets to serve the 3rd, the Kissimmee Elks LodgeNo. ,
t> power plant with gas. 1873 will hold another of its CONTACTS Santa Claus has made arrangementswith
Consideration of a United Fund a small group of men who feel an regular free of
At the of Phil monthly dances
request Kelly the First Federal Savings and Loan Association to write
Drive here is under way among easier better way must be found .<" city attorney the commission Instructed charge for members and their direct to all children whose names are sent in to him. A mail box

for necessary solicitations in this "' :-,. City Manager Harold wives, with the Elks orchestra furnishing for this purpose has been set up in the lobby. Shown above working
Movie Menu community.Not .>.t.'9I !.. Farmer to instruct the Houston the music from 9:00 on. overtime for the fellow with the long beard are Marie Kragen-
1 Y Corporation to reply in. writing These dances have been very popu- brink. 'eft, and Bill Wallis, vice president of the firm.. (Photo by
KISRIMUER; DRIVKIVTa yet wishing to be named, the : lar in the past and another large Skinner) '
.* FriD*?. 14 small group of business and professional .: agreeing to1' the stipulations in crowd is expecteo to attend. -
ICR PALACE" have been discussing AL I PETE HUNT the resolution before entering into
men HUNT
(.arta. For those who wish to combinethe
Skart S.bjeetsaat.Nar. .
the plan informally. In fact, .... anything: permanent.The dance with a dinner at the First Federal Has
1).e. anRn this is taking over where an- commission discussed the
OF HORRORS' Club a steak dinner for $1.75 per
:PA V KCartaa other group appears to have dropped : Hunt-gyros.- Observe possibility of short term Invest- person will be served from 6:00: to
Sit... ...It.t.II. the matter some months ago. ment of tome of the funds in the 9:00. The Family Night for this

... 'W... TII.... D.*. 4-S-t The United Drive, if adopted, Debt Service account for the re- week will be held on Friday evening Secret
PILLOW: TA1.K" would be here in about funding of the 1943 Refunding i December 2nd ArrangementWith
Daria Day Rark H..__ staged a when the ladies
Car **a. Skart eebleetst year. During the meantime organ- 15th Anniversary Bonds. After some discussion pro auxiliary will serve a spaghetti

SV... ,...r..-F; .. Dots T-H- izational work, planning, the qualifying and con on the matter it was de- dinner for $1.00 from 6:09 to 8:00.
THR LOST "OHLX" of participating agencies, cided that a further study be madeas The usual social activities will follow Santa Claus
Fraaa4a --(1aaa> Hales where and how the
and other necessary things would to money immediately after the dinner.
('setae SkartAMCADK S.It-t. By FRED BRUSSOWStaff lured daily in the glass: enclosedice
it said. be invested.
be accomplished was can Tuesday evening November29th
Than. It FH THKATRK OMW 13TUB A number of businessmen involved Writer cream room at the rear of the! The commission discussed the the monthly initiation 'ceremonies I First Federal Savings &: Loan come so great that it became neces-
SlBTER.' EA '" in the study are those who Kissimmee merchants Al .st re. revising of the fire district as were held during the regular -I Association of Osceola County has sary to MIld the bulk of these letters -
lIat.....,.. Dfto. IENSIoN have been repeatedly called on Two Pete Hunt celebrating, Both Al and Pete Hunt have stated under the electrical ode meeting when eleven new mem- I a very special announcement to all to the Dead Letter Office
? AT TABLK ROCK both to give and to solicit They and are the served as president of the cham- which was originally set up to ben were taken into the Order. A parents Santa Clans has writ- Needless to saY. children wen/
see )1._. s '11rw. n... 44.1"THE feel the time being taken by the their 15th anniversary Bros in Broad-operation ber of commerce in Kissimmee. protect the'heavily congested commercial roast beef dinner was served by ten a lel< of Hunt
TKXSk.w COUAXDrI1t. TS" multiplicity of drives taking them on They are both officials of the area with merchantile est the ladies for members and visit- that may be seat to their children.At Santa Claus Letter Program was
1111... TI.'11..... ) a T.eelay 2&38 t T T P.M.PJM. away from their businesses is too way.The Silver Spun Rodeo having handled tablishments. ing Elks. The new members includeT. First Federal in Kissimmee conceived. Its acceptance was Immediate -
a....... A........ Aditta. C. much and that most everyone is brothers started in the drug the advance sale of tickets for the t During the discussion it was W. Bevil;.Earl W. Hicks; Glenn or in St. Cloud letters may be selected and children throughoutthe
AU Cklidrr 59 getting tired of being "constantly storebusiness in Oviedo before past 10 years. They are -,active in brought up that revising the I. Rhodes; George A. Cant; Herschel and envelopes for the children country are thrilled to receive
'W.---o.-t.H 7S asked for money for this or that." World War II and after being In various other civic organizations.A boundaries of the fire district A. Dutton; James Ml King; from the display unit locatedin their own personal letter from
"CONSPIRACY HBARTS Those interested in participatingin operation for only a year bulletin board located at the l might 0I10t be the best solution and Paul Kraham; Robert F. Richardson the lobby. Santa. The Santa Class Program
FREE CARTOON CARNIVAL! the possible formation of Un- serve with the armed forces. When" end of the fountain serves as n the commission instructed City ; James J. Tyson; Joseph J. The customers most then ad- is exclusive with First Federal in
s..n- a a they returned 'from the service display for cards and letters from I and Griffin Jr.; and George W. Me- dress and stamp the envelope and this area and has been featured on
ONE Dora, 12 t. 1 P.M..H.wtan ited Fund here are asked to contact I, Attorney Kelly City Manager .
the CkriatMM Parades Jim Greear at First Federal they bought the Crayton DrugStore winter visitors or for local townspeople Farmer to look into the best possible Gowan. deposit in the special Santa Class Dave Garroway's Today" TV
in Kissimmee. who vacation Daily solution. mail box so that the letters can be Show and will be featured on the!
Savings and Loan Assn., who is arc; on [
serving as contact man until After the death of Mr. Crayton bulletins of the progress of some The commission was urged to transported to Santa Claus. Indiana Jack Parr "Tonight TV Show crj
TE1IPERATURESDate' definite organization is established. a- the store became a sundry store prominent citizen who is in the attend the planning commission Man Arrested On for the Santa Class postmarking Dec. Ith at llS P')(.
and has since of &em_ All letters will be re- First Federal Savings &: Loan isprosd
enjoyed a period
hospital may be found here. The I meeting to be held next Tuesday
If 'L R. growth and expansion which 'Increased bulletin, board has been a very I at 7 pjn. A representative from Larceny ChargeFreeman turned with this famous Santa to offer this exciting plan to

Wed. Nov. 2J ..0.-- 81 51 the number of employees popular service at Hunt Bros, I the Florida Development Commission Lee Henley. 34 of Claus postmark.The the people of Oseeeia County and
Tha. Nov. 24 ...._o.._ 81 st Birth Announcement from three to fourteen full time which is one of the few open i Planning Department will be Washington, D. u., has been idea of the Santa Class pro- weald like to remind them that in
gram originated in Santa Claus, ovsVr to have the letter postmark-,
FrL Nov. 25 ...; 8S SS personnel. front stores left in the.south. present
.fcbarged with petty larceny by
due to the fact that each the ed and returned. time
Sat Nov. 26 ..-.,;.., 80 CO .Mr. and Mrs. John Rhodes of From its small beginning the Air conditioning was Installed The commission again gave theft city police after he allegedly attempted Post Office year they must
has been in Dee. 15th.
Department by
Son. Nov. 27 ,;,;,,.,, ,U CO .;.. St. Cloud announce the birth of a store bas experienced three remodeling last year for greater comfort for' consent for the Osceola Golf and to break into 4 soft receiving vast quantities of letters come For mere information about the

MOL Nov. 28 .U fO- ion November 27 at the Kissimme periods and sow stretches hoppers. The. store acts a* f I Country Club tb hold a sports r i drink machine at a service sta.pIon addressed to Santa Class. Attempts Santa Program call TT 7-2811 hiKkafeamee
Toe. Nov. 23 .......;...: $3 6S.:,.. out a city block deep. Hunt clearing: house for iafprmation racer at the airport tentatively set here according Police made
Hospital. Bros were to answer these or TW 2-6C91 in St.
own lee cream is manufac- (Continued on page 2)) i for January 21 and 22. Chief Bob Best. letters, but the amount- have be ae.t.Eliminate !.



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1'1' 2 Tht KIiiimm.GaaetU, Tnoflday) December i, 1960 I 'PLAYERS: OF.THE WEEK 1 Elks To :OBsef/e SfOVfi? -. Rt ft F.ltARS.

> _, .. Memorial Services Used

Dave Craig Wins Boat r ;37 ., ,: -tpy '.,. ,; .t< .: This Sttfida?I aftWWWK, DtT- FURNITURESewell

I I r -, 'Z'.' ber 4th, at 2:00 Kisstraanee BIn Thurmond
4K 7. Lodge Ko. 1872 WIll bold special tOtS W. fhnrclt 1745 Kohl
Marathon Here SundayBy services in memory of the departed ORLANDO -
Brothers. The officers of the Lodge' y
FRANK MURPHY j I gasoline in one of Thompson'* Will perfiarm tile ceremonietf set
fuel tanks began running low r forth for this etas OB. All members I
Rodney Thompsun, Titusvill About Wee, mlnuu-s before Qu. : and their wives are cordially
marine dealer, lean a field of 20 final gun Craig overtook Thomp invited to attend. Special invitations
catamaran I boats) fc C 5e KTssinvinee a Y S6N are being sent out to the
Marathon here Sunday until son.Competitors at W. event tagged sir st e# d4#1 families of the deeeised: bath' 1 I
a few minutes' before the race 'Thompson as "Hardtack Thomp Several musical offerings will be
ended when one of ins motors ran son." U the 168-mile Mississippi to pre5 nf M by the organist who will

out of gas, to give victory to Dave Marathon this year, 'Thompson also accompan'two Vocal numbers 1. \
Craig. came in first by less than two feS During the meeting on Tuesday ?
Craig, popular pleasure boat seconds but was docked an bout e evening, i it was announced that the
driver from Miami,was on Thomp- along with five other boats foi eee3 Lodge is making special plans 16,
son's tail almost all of the two- jumping the gun. e epee y obtain Christmas gifts for the '
hour race and finally crossed the Placing third in the main meet : fifty children who will spend Box Office opens 2:15 p.m.
finish line in No. 1 position. Sunday was Gus Weckhorst, Christmas at the Harry-Anna Crip- Saturdays and Sundays
,j.. pled Children's Home at Umatilla.
Fifty-five boats competed Sun- television; appliance dealer from z vA + ,
All members and friends have been Dec. 1-I 2
.4 Fri.
annual Tiiur. ,
day in the second mara- Eau Gallic. He come from far be ,
thon held on Lake Tohopekaliga. hind to grab third position. George r asked to purchase an inexpensive,
More than 5,000 persons lined thel&ke ., Thompson of Sarasota was fourth. gif -wrapped..toy for a boy or girl j >,5 ts
and bring it to the Club. On December
shore as spectators to watch I An earlier race which laste Ed Murphy above, was named +s..r aaseResx,
3H hours of outboard racing. 1 1% hours was won: overall b> Lineman of the Week and Bob 10th the Harry-Anna Tto Subterraneans E
Home members the will
of Lodge
There were two races-One for Roy Rigdell, of Sarasota, drhrin Gehrett right, was named Back r take these gifts to Umatilla for ..TODAY-S VOUHC KCTCL&t
boats having 80 horsepower or a Speed Queen boat powered tan >> of the Week after the Kowboy distribution the children *LESUECARONGEORGE
under and one for boats with unlimited 80 h.p. Mercury. He was ale Klassie Game NOT. 23rd. Both during their Christmas among party. PEPPARD
horsepower all of which; winner of the 80 h.p. class. boys played an excellent fame. or..r.n.aeaaSat.
turned out to be catamarans pow- Others placing in the 80 hop, (Photos by Jamison) d
ered with twin 80 h.p. Mercury class were Lawrence Stoutmire, Martin C. Glisson ., Dec 3
motors. of Tallahassee, second place; ana Completes TrainingMarine .

la the unlimited race, won by Douglas Lewis of Sarasota, third. Pvt. Martin C. Gifes&n,
twm..wt.MlrWrf Takes Kowboys
Craig, Thompson tout: the lead on Winners of the 70 n.p. class 1. Lyman son of Mrs. Dewayne A. Lanier

tk& first lap around the seven- were Tom Sheldon of Miami, first Klassic By 7.0 To of Route 2, Box 445, Kisslameft, V'e
mile course. place; Jim Hunt of Orlando second 1 BAG BUCK ON THANKSGIVING Bob Makinsonv kft. and Kowboys Open completed recruit training NOT. (
Duringt&e last three laps theOFFICE ; and Don Wade of Jacksonville Judy Bronson are shown above with a buck they shot ThanksgivingDay The: Lyma Greyhounds of Basketball SeasonThe 7 "at the Marine Corps Recruit }
third. while hunting with a party at Lake Conlon. (Photo by Skinner) Longwood scored a 7-0 victory Depot, Parris Island. S. C. 1
I I The 60 class winners Kowboys in will their1960St
h.p. were over the Kissimmee Kowboys open Relatives and friends of many
1 SERVICES Joe Anderson St. Cloud, first; ACL Offers Kissimmee High the first annual Kowboy Klassicfootball basketball season here Friday of the new Marines were on hand rcN11sRwr1T wo.wer I I1iS
Jack ; Orlando second and Special before some St. I
Lyon ; bowl game night when they play to witness the graduation cere }
Need extra copies fast? Floyd Bradley, Pomona Park, Train To Gator BowlThe Entertains KASTThe 1,000 fans here Friday night.A Cloud. monies. "EIj0AT
Need Individually typewritten third. pass, Mike Brown to Harry The KowboyS have been work- The 12-week trainingschedule
!letters: in quantity? Winners in the 50 h.p. class Atlantic Coast Line Rail EAST Club was opened Brown was good for a total.of ing out for the past three weeksin included drill, bayonet training, f E '
.were George Thompson, Sarasota, road has just announced that it Tuesday night with a half. hour 110 yards in the first quarter and preparation for the coming physical conditioning, parades and ,
Your choice of Thermofar, first Tommy Montgomery, Eau will operate a special train to the at community singing. the game's\ ; only touchdown. The season. There will be four returning ceremonies and other military R..otr<:
Mimeograph, Photo Offset I Gallic second; and Tommy Wages Gator Bowl in Jacksonville on Saturday The neW 60 star iag was* presented point after was made on a plungeby lettermen, Tom Wells, Gary subjects. 'TtCHHlCOlCR. .
or automatic typewrite CoIu thus, Ga., thira. Dec. 31, according: to infor- and saluted. Carl Pressley. Messer, Jerry Locke and Harold 1 Three weeks were spent on the
complete mailing department The first three-place winners of mation received by Bill Prather, Rev. Maurice Crigsby gave a From that point on, Kissfanmee WoodalL Also looking forward tv rifle range where the recruits FREE CARTOON
of Osceola including occupant. list the 40 h-p. class were Bobby l- local member of the U. of Florida pennonette on Dr. George Wash- had the better part of the game, seeing action .on' the team are fired the M-1 rifle and received CARNIVAL
county work, Sarasota; Bill Serois, Sara- Alumni Association.The ington Carver, in recognition of but the Kowboys couldn't muster Roger Haddock, Fred Dyer, Bobby instruction in basic Marine infan-
We're specialist In all sota and R. M. Stone Kissimmee. University of Florida will the fact that the Kissimmee High a score against the tough Lyman Gehrett and Charles Shepherd.The try weapons. Saturday Dec. 3
of direct mail and play Baylor in the Gator Bowl this School furnishing the enter- .
phases was defenses.: Kowboys will be out to im- This recruit training prepares
1 P.M.
One Hour 12
slick paper publicati6n advertising year( and a very close contest is ..i- tainment for the evening. Kissimmee was on the Lyman prove their 1959-60 season recordof Leathernecks for further -
and our facilitiesare Hunt Brothers pected: Prather also said that season Mrs Eva Bofgtt repotted 21 10-yard stripe with a first down 12 wins and eight defeats. young specialized infantry training at following the
available to the Kissing ticket holders to this year'sFlorida tables at play at the card party when time ran out. Teams on this year's schedule in- Camp Lejeone, N. Coo Parade
me* ,business public games can order Gator with within Christmas
'(Continued from 1)) Monday night high scores The Kowboys also moved clude St Cloud, Mulberry Avon
telephone Mrs. Roehrich or about-the city or for page the discus Bowl tickets from the Athletic Association being held by the following: contract the 20 on two other occasions buta Park Frostproof, Okeechobee, Ly Mrs. Gertrude Williams has returned
Mr. Bast at our new number, at the U. of Florida on Mrs. Louise 500 fumble Sun., Mon., Tue.
sion of business over coffee : ; pass interception a man, Kathleen, Ft. Meade, Ocoee from Phoenix Arizona.
cups -
Tl IcUn 7.2401 . by the town's various businessmen. the same priority as their season Joe Poskins; euchre, Mrs. Jack: helped kill the threats. and Oak Ridge. Dec., 4-5-6
ticket each. "
at $6.00
The One popular saying among folks The A.C.L. also has a limited Zupp: pinochle, Frank Crowley; Bobby Gehrett, Kissimmee halfback All home games this year for CARD OF THANKSWe
in this city is that "You haven't number of sideline tickets available canasta; Mrs. Bertha Sayers. was the game's offensive the first time will be played at wish to' thank all YOUR T CHANCE SEEFIRST
been to Kissimmee if haven't John MacGillivray reported a star while;Lyman's Jackie Gerard, the Osceola County Agriculture our
you to this game on a first come, friends and for their
Caltlel1lan been to Hunt Bros." membership of 624 to date. a' 130-pound roving defenseman; building, better known as the Livestock
first served basis and Interested
anyone and flowers Rev.
James McTaggert expressed'his wad a thorn in Kissimmee'a side Pavilion. Tickets will be -
in these tickets' should appreciation to all who workedto all night.' sale at the both andB Dour Van Etten and especiallyCarl
on door for A
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Welborn of local
contact the A.c.L. agent at I
Riedel and Coy Conrad and I
Press make the Kow Kapitol Tournament Outstanding lineman'for' the games. The B games startingat
Miami the
spent holidays with Mr.
once. the doctors and staff of Osceola
a success. There win be. an ..Kowboys ,Was Ed Murphy. 6:30 with the A
and Mrs. Harry Dale.ANNIVERSARY The special Gator Bowl train will games
leave Kissimmee at 9:20 AM and! ice cream tournament Friday' at The victory was Lyman's eighth ing immediately, or about f0l1ow-1 Hospital in our hours of grief. TIME*T REGULAR PRICES!H
,1:30 against two Josses and tie. Kis- Mrs. Freeman Shaffer
arrive back In Kissimmee at 9:00 p.m.Theboard- : a Show times Sunday 2:30 and 7 p.m.
SALE PM. of director. will meet simmee's loss ended its season Fund Still/ Short I and Family I Ii Show times Mon. and Tue. *l p".m.
Monday morning at 9 aJn. with a 6-5 mark.
Regular: admission: adults 65c
I, Jay Rufner introduced the)' band For Basketball Floor all children 25c
I J Register For Hem. .22 Rifle, Drawing Dec. 3 Footlight i Theatre director of the Kissimmee High Kowboy JVs End
A Selects Productions school, J. Holt who acted as School and youth leaders here 7 '
With- 1.4 hope that Kissimmee and St Cloud
CLOSE, -, OUT ON MANY GIFT ITEMS The Footlight Theater Guild master of ceremonies for a splendid Season, basTcetSalT.teams will be able to t xv- !

UP TO 50% DISCOUNT selected the popular mystery"Laura" V Visiting program.and dancing closed The Kowboys of the future-the' play their home games Indoors for
for its next production to
junior high football team ended the first time this season.
Model KitS At 40 % Discount be given in February. "Papa is pleasant evening. the season, with, a 1-4 record, but Still about $1,000 short of the
'. .All", a .highly moving story about Coach Dori Jones is confident he $6,000 goal needed to bring basket-
5' x 7' MOUNTAIN TENT 23.95 Value 18.95 the Pennsylvania Dutch will be City To Sponsor has the making of future champsin ball inside the youth leaders are
$1.35 MIRRORLURES Sale 91c presented by the Guild in.llay.The Home Lighting i Contest the ranks. appealing to civlC. .clubs and other i
.. ( exact date for both plays 'will be .4 The Lyman Greyhounds won two interested: parties for the additional -! urr M11'
NEW USED GUNS PISTOLS announced later. A director for will a games from Kissimmee; the junior funds. r I '' PllLffR $Y11S.lliictiE
& "Laura"is to be chosen immediately The city again sponsor .,,-USE POSTAL ZONE lUMBERS
The idea is to down
home Christmas decoration contest Kowboys split a pair of games\ put a heavy 1 t l wis
RODS REELS TACKLERICHARDS' and an announcement concerning and will award four prizesto with Sebring; and lost a game to vinyl tile floor in the livestock I Avoid the Last Minute
for the will be '
tryouts play
St. Cloud. pavilion for the basketball court
the appropriately
SPORT SHOP made shortly. decorated.The post Outstanding on offense, according When the area is used for other''' Rush-Be Sure Your
Because of the capacity) turnout Chamber of Commerce is to-Jones, were Gary Dymmek, purposes, such as a cattle show, a Christmas Cards and
for the October production of "My Jim Crum Bobby Lane, Vance plastic sheet would be spread a-'
# 1417' N. MAIN ST. KISSIMMEE'r Three Angels" it was voted by the handling( to the enter details.the Persons contest are desiring Bass, Sidney Bronson John Bel cross it, and hay or sawdust put on I Gifts Arrive on Time. .
membership to present "Laura" on
cher top of that L '
and Richard Bryant.
asked to call the Chamber T 6- v
2 successive nights in Kissimmee. \.
s The leaders
Defensively, the Kissimmee youth point out that
3981 before 19
. Plans for expanding future, productions The, judging will take place JVs were led by Sidney Bronson, the new floor will make it possibleto DOWN
will the desires Ito
depend upon LARGE LOTS
Ricky Collins, Ralph Yates, tames hold dances, flower shows, and
sometime between Dec.
of the 19 And
community.A Kervin, James Dailey, Richard other events at thepavilion.. Ar-
crowd of members and Dec. 23 by otit of town Judges
large -
'' BnOILEDJ Bryant. rangements will have,to be made TOTAL
$7 $595
e + visitors enjoyed a rehearsal show- This will include the greater Kitf- Jones said the team showed through Jim Smith.
= ing of the one act play "The simmee area. Both Kissimmee St.
= Ni marked improvement,each it and Cloud
Twelve Pound Look", which will_be. Prizes, consisting{ of el4ctrical played, but had difficulty game gettingthe basketball teams have been handi- High dry restricted. No one else in this

e TOtf MAY ORDER presented this coming Tuesday at! appliances, will be oh display,'at ball across the goal line. capped by the lack of an indoor closeIII fast growing l locality offers
ttlLP LOBSTER the regular meeting of the Kissimmee City Hall. Winner of first .prize courtIt builf-up

S.rd ttlo WHOLE LOBSTER All States Tourist Club. last year was Tony Mon IL Work Completed On is hoped according to Art good lots at these terms prices and Values.

H 11 1.M. Mr. and Mrs. Davis Bateman of Dyer, youth director for the city, Lots are selling fast. Prices are going up
(NN seee.y OR ALL 7011 Little league To Cour.fy\ : RoadConstivctioa that the boor will be put down
t t Neest tax mar New Smyrna Beach spent Thanks. during 'the school Christmas boll- $100 soon! .
t 'ai1111.M. giving here with their families. Sponsor Paper Drive of a five and one- days.:
Members of the Little League half State Road
r ,*btiiaW"W'll' >>1I mile extension on TROPICAL PARKESTATE !
1' teams win sponsor a paper drive 5-419 in Osceola County has been Birth Announcement
JUSTSHOPPING here J an. 7, and residents of this completed, the State Road De- .
*area are asked to begin saving partment, announced today. }fr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzales REAL ,
their papers and magazines fo J. Rolfe Davis of Orlando, Road announce the birth of Lon November -
the pick-up, it was announced yes- Board Member for District Five, 25 at the Osceola Hos At Carroll St. and the trail in Kissimmee

terday.In Bald the $220,530 project extended pital. OPEN ANYTIME Eddie ClemonsKrssrMMeEDRidEIN
the meantime, if anyone has 1.3 miles north of PennywashCreek -.
0 'paper they are unable to store northward 5.5 miles. -
they are asked to Call J. W. Harperor ;, Work on this project included HOLLY DAYBAZAAR
Charlie Johnson.\ ,clearing, grubbing,' grading, pay I
The money frtnt the sale of the ing and building 180-foot con-
I ,paper will be used to help mat crete bridge across Wolf Creek. Doc.2.3. 3 ..
DAYS the league more self-sustaining Langftozr Construction Company
TIL CHRISTMAS f Presently there are eight teams ot'Orlando started work on the 109 Broadway j

I -.................... in two leagues. project May, 1959. THUR., FRI., DEC. I 2

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Delta Alphas Plan Search Made For "- The Klssimmea Gazette, Thursday December 1, 1960 Page 5

Woman's! Club Board Christmas PartyThe I I Food Publicist Had .. Hidden AssetsA James'' Keith' SpeaksOn Judge Refuses To

Delta Alpha Chapter of Epsilon search here for possible bidden Four Way Test Accept Guilty Pleas

Met: Tuesday Morning I: their; Sigma November Alpha meeting Sorority at held the Annual Visit HereBy union assets) reportedly of an put Indiana out of credit business to Rotarfans their communities can best be by of followingthe service Judge Roger A. Barker, Wednesday

Hart Memorial
Library, Monday, because of a near-2,000.000 precepts of the Four-Way Testin refused to accept guilty
'at 7:30 P.M. embezzlement, failed, Glenn Ray, all their business dealings, pleas from two Negro men, one
The Executive Board of the Kis- would present a Christmas Play, I Plans were announced for a ALMA county clerk, disclosed Tuesday. James Keith executive vice presi- charged with assault with intentto

aimmee 'Woman's Club met at the and that members are asked to Christmas party to follow the December hobby of a recent visitorto PUBLICIST Ray received a letter from Howard dent of Ivey's Orlando, told the commit murder and the other
home of Mrs. Roy Hansel Tues. bring their gifts for Chattahoo- I 19th meeting. Gifts will be St. Cloud is collecting cookbooks $. Grimm Jr., Kendalville, Kissimmee Rotary Club Monday.The with aggravated assault.In .

morning, Nov,29th. exchanged between "secret sisters"&nd and she adores trying out mL, an attorney, asking that Ray Four-Way Test required the same session hed? in the
will be revealed. '
T Mrs. Carl Kenton, Pres., called chee.The January meeting promisesto Mrs.names Donald Edwards was placed new recipes, especially when she search Osceola records of real that Rotarians ask these four ques- courthouse here, the circuit judge

the meeting order with Mrs. J. be very interesting. Tea Ritualsof In charge( of the float for the has a new food item to experimenton. estate transactions for the past 10 tions about all the/ think, say and ordered a pre-sentence investiga->
C. Caddell opening with the Devotion Japan and Australia are to be Christmas parade December 3rd. years to see whether or not any do: tion.after James Phelan, 21, chang
"Christinas Simplicity". presented.Mrs. All members and their husbandsare So with these requisites for transfers were made to any or all Is it the truth? ed his plea from innocent to guiltyin

"'; The finance chairman gave a W. C. Conley heads the planning to work Friday nightat satisfying the taste of the most T of four names. Is it fair to all concerned? connection with four theftcounts.
progress report of the sale oft committee for preparing a float the Kissimmee Transit Mix Co. particular gourmet, Helen Budd, Grimm explained that on Sept. Will it build goodwill and better .
... .' needle threaders, carving knivesand for the annual Kissimmee Christmas on the float. Coffee and cookies publicist for General Foods Kitchen 13, 1958, the Noble County Credit friendships? When William Taft Johnson,
..'.;.pc. candy. : Parade. will be served. Final plans were was a natural for the career Union, Albion, Ipd. with assets of Will it be beneficial to all concerned charged with assault to commit
Mrs. Ed 'Neid read the budget The December Board meetingwill given for the sorority bowling she has followed for the past nine more than $22,500,000, "was ? >\ murder of Lilly Mae Brown was
for the. coming year. Those projects be Dec. 27th. team which will play in the Thurs. years. She has charge of public virtually wiped out by the embezzlements Keith's talk was to answer the brought to the bench, he said he
,.' '1:' and charities receiving supPort Mrs. Hansel was assisted by Mrs. day night league. December 1st relations for the mammoth organ- of its 33-year-old! manager question: How can we put new vitality was guilty of throwing bricks
-r; from the Kissimmee Woman's Arthur G. Hobbs. into vocational service?
Paul D. Smith. will be the first game for the team. ization that covers the United through the windows of her home
:: dub ..are'as follows, T. B. Bond, Those attending were: The Mesdames Those serving as member:- of the States with such tempting pro- The attorney explained that He declared that, next to the but he did not intend to kill "her.
Children's Home Society, Jacksonville Hobbs[ had been indicted and was Christian religion, Rotary of innocent. A
L,M. Stevens, J. C. Caddell, team as as alternates are Mrs. ducts as packaged grated coconut, appeared He entered a plea
;. Heart fund; Girl's State; Mansfield C. W. Conley Gary Straub, Mrs. Donald Edwards flaked coconut, and Log Cabin serving a 15-year term in Indiana to be the greatest force in the few minutes later, however when
Am. Red .Cross Girl Scouts Indian State Prison. He is eligible for struggle for men's minds, hearts,
; ; Ed Neid, Roy Prentis, C. W. Foster Mrs. Frank Godwin Mrs. Syrup. the date of his trial was being set
Welfare and Scholarship; B. A. Westbrook Fred Conard, George Bishop, Mrs. Frank Gaines, Local friends of Helen Budd look parole at the end of 9tt years, and souls. he told Judge Barker he pleaded
Pennies for Pines; Christmas Bas- Grimm said. Rotary can influence those in He told the court
Anna W. Perkins, D. E. Cooper- Mrs. Raymond Bowen and Mrs. forward to her appearance every guilty. :
lcet Crusade for Freedom and the The declared the he declared, because men of
; Indiana man power
( rider; Carl Kenton, Hewen Las- Pete Lee. Thanksgiving seasonwhen with Judge, I nave no lawyer or anything -
Pblio Drive seter, Rufus Suhl Charles Gaylordand The meeting was closed by all her husband, Donald Mason, she total loss was $1,900,000."A Rotary around the world think the so I pleads guilty.
The, membership chairman re- Ellis F, Davis. members participating in the Clos- spends several days with her par- .'. number of aged people who same: Love thy neighbor. Judge Barker set Johnson's trial
ported that there 94 << Keith told the Rotarians they
are now mem- ing Ritual. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Budd, of ,d> had sold farm real estate, retired for Jan. 5.
bers. in good standing. { ; 'III and deposited their life savings had a better chance of serving
Those attending were Mrs. St. Cloud. On this trip, Helen is The same trial date was set for
A letter was read from the Os- NARCE To Hold Dulgar, Mrs. Frank Broyles, Mrs. traveling throughout the South for HELEN BUDD I in the Noble County Credit Union through their vocations than else- Richard James accused of aggnc
ceola Hih-School Student CouncilUrig' Mrs. James Bidders, were made penniless and a number where because most of a man'stime vated assault. He
Earl Moody, pleaded guilty,
the above I
products, visiting newspaper *
,cf a Foreign Student Exchange Christmas PartyThe of 4-H Clubs and is now spent at his work, and
Mrs. Earl Murphy Jr., Mrs. Frank food editors, television and wood working and electronics. I young peoplewere but told the judge it was "three
,program. Shares will be Godwin, Mrs. George Bishop, Mrs. also affected by the catastro- those decisions made at work affect against one" and he had to get his
radio Home Demonstration "And of Donna he
personalities speaking "
in,, Kissimmee 526 Na- not one's but othersin
sold "International Friendship, Chapter rhe," Grimm wrote. only self :
D. Han-
Leonard Gisinerp Mrs. J. knife: or be knifed. The judge refused -
Inc.", shares being 25c. A tional Association of Retired Civil agents and Utilities' Home said. "We entertained this ferocious the business community.The .
recommendation lon, Mrt. William Gephart, Mrs. "Some high school children who the guilty plea and changed
made will have their annual Economics directors. Supplementing lady, which caused so much also cautioned Rotarians
was that the club Employees speaker! -
Steve Johnson, Mrs. Pete Lee, Mrs. had patiently saved for college his' plea to innocent by reason of
uppozt: ,tbia project; Christmas party on Saturday, December Kenneth Atherton, Mrs. Donald this busy program, which is damage in Florida on Cape educations were deprived of their to be proud of their occu- self defense.In .
Kenton Gardens repeated every spring and winter Cod. It was bad there but believe
Mrs. announced that at 3rd, at the Orange pations.
Edwards, Mrs. Frank Gaines, Mrs. opportunities,* and a number of another case, the judge seif-
the'next: : meeting the Kissimmee Community House 714 George St, Carl season, she has a weekly radio you had it much worse here"With older "There is no good reason for any
Raymond Bowen, Mrs. Dyals, people died upon learningthe tenced Albert Gayner to two yearsat
Club in her home town, Weston the Thanksgiving holidayover Rotarian be ashamed of work
the to
Wonvan'a Junior Women at 12:30 p.m. program to
and Mrs. hard He
Mrs. Cynthia Smith, news' and others have had labor. pleaded guilty
The will furnish the tur- Conn. Helen Budd bid parents, he is because there is
chapter: \ James Smith. their lives shortened The attorney I doing an opportunity breaking and entering to commit
key but members are asked'to Helen Budd attended Connect! friends and husband farewell. For i for service in all Rotary
for the credit union com- petty larceny.
bring covered dishes to round out cut State College in Danbury, and while Donald had to head for New classifications he declared.
Help! Help! themes!. 4-H Club 'COltlicilPostponeslJI later at Columbia University,I Orleans, she would be making itted It has suicide come. .to. our attention
There will be an exchange of where she took advanced studiesin stops in Orlando and Jacksonville, Mrs. Edna
that he Hobbs
( ) have assetsin
LESESNE gifts between themen and women. Home Economics, thus prepar- : before her scheduled stop in the may Hollybrook
the form real
of estate in the
Employment Agency )Election of officers will also be Because. of the Christmas pa- ing herself for the interesting Louisiana city and later in Nashville state of Florida .,*. Grimm con Succumbed In St. CloudMrs.
held. The fee will be 75c for members rade in Kissimmee the countywide career she was to embark upon. Always plugging her fav- tinued. He asked that makea Edna Vivian Fitzgerald,
S3J BRACK ST. and $1.25 for visitors. 4-H Club Council meeting Her husband is associated with orite products grated and flaked search of the records Ray for tran- 68, of Pine Grove Park St. Cloud, Nursery

All Civil retirees are invited. scheduled for Dec. 3 will beheld Freeport Sulphur Company, and coconut, and Log Cabin Syrup. sactions in the names of "ArnoldG. passed away at her home early

; at 2:30 p-m. instead of at the reg- following the Thanksgiving holi- But as sure as Thanksgivingrolls Hobbs, Dora Jean Hobbs, Ed Monday after a lengthy" illness.A Davenport
CHILDRENSWEAR- ular 10 a.m. time Miss Marilyn day in St. Cloud, left for New around next year, and local and Walter Campbell." native of Crawford County, Have you glitter, baubles, bangles -
Delta Kappa Gamma Dietrich, home demonstration- Orleans in the interest of his com tables are groaning under the Ray said no such names appear Pennsylvania, she had been winter- lights and plastic snow?

Birth through Sub Teen Chapter To Meet gent, announced yesterday. I pany. Donald and Helen Mason like weight of brown and tasty turkeys, in the Osceola records. ing in St. Cloud for' the past six We have TREES to deck with
The meeting will be held at:. to travel and have gone to Europe friends will be eagerly awaitingnew years, returning two weeks ago spangles living ones you
The Psi chapter of Delta Kappa the 'county agricultural office. three times in the past five years. recipes made from favorite for the season. know.

urn Gamma will meet Monday, De- Officers of the council will be In 1954 they made a Caribbean food products for Helen Budd Tom Musket Ends Survivors, include her husband, Special; r
Ls tt.leetI/t, cember 5, at 6 pjn. at the Barfoi-. elected, and the members of the cruise and two years later, went and husband Donald, wUl be. backin William H. Fitzgerald two sons, LIVING CHRISTMAS TREES
ees Btitartewd ron Restaurant at Winter Park, Christmas party committee will to Mexico. Donald's hobbies are Florida again. Boot Training Paul Fitzgerald, Youngrsville, These cost no more than cut:

according to Mrs. Nelson Makin- report. Pennsylvania and William Fitzgerald trees and give you pleasure
son, president. All members are urged to at- Thomas J. Muskett, son of Mr. Garland Pennsylvania, one year after year. Come early
Garden Club To Hold and Mrs. T. H. Muskett of 1003 daughter )7.:s. Faye Nicholas,
Mrs. William Hughlett, a missionary tend. while the selection is good.
to Africa, will give "An I Emory St. Kissimuiee, is sche- Irwin. Pennsylvania, two brothers JUNIPER SYLVESTER
200 South Orange Avc. Interpretation of African Culture; 'I duled to graduate from recruit James Mulholland Franklin, Penn- CEDRUS DEODARA
Orlando Its Concepts and Philosophies, Ida Tiller CircleTo training December 2 at the Naval sylvania and Addison Mulholland, NORFOLK ISLAND PINE
)Its Economic and Social Patterns. Holly Day BazaarHollyDay Training Center San Diego Calif. Franklin Pennsylvania, one sister, MONKEY PUZZLE
Hold LuncheonThe The graduation exercises, mark- Mrs. Blanche McKinley, Greenville, Reasonably PricedHIBISCUS
ing the end of nine weeks of "boot Pennsylvania and nix grandchildren.
f Ida Tiller Circle of the First a pre-Chrlstmas baz- bazaar and has announced some of I camp" twill include a full dress .
Methodist Church will meet at the Assorted varieties regularly $1a
FULLER i BRUSH DEALER aar sponsored by the Kissimmee the items .that will be'on sale: I parade and review before military i The funeral party left Tuesday
home of Mrs. H. S. Ayres, 304 S. plant ,
Garden Club, will be held Dec. 2-3, Christmas glitter and glamo I officials and civilian dignitaries.In for Youngsville, Pennsylvania' :NOW 3 FOR $1.93:
Clyde Ave., Monday> 5th
at 109 Broadway formerly occupied items for the home, a great varietyof I nine weeks of instruction, where funeral services will be
John 'F. at 12:30 for covered dish lunch. Open 10 AJl. to .$:30 P.M.
L Jacoby by Wilder Music. rooted plants and also book the "raw recruit" is developedinto held with interm t to lollow in Tuesday through Sunday..

Write P.O. Box 931-J Kissimmee eon.After the meeting white elephant The club i is comprised of five : telling how to plant and care frI a Navy Bluejacket ready for Warren Memorial Park Grissora Closed Monday.
: ? sale will be heldSweeping a, circles Gloriosa, Day Lily, Hibiscus I them; holiday table arrangement duty with the peet.Singspiration Funeral Home was...nifehargearrangements. of WHOLESALE ,. RETAIL
-'- ,.-- Rose and Magnolia. All circles and decorations; handmade aprons, I
p- have held workshops for the baz- towels, pot holders and many other

aar, the first of its'kind to be spon- household novelties; jewelry and To _
+ 4 1rEmllF1irI sored by the gardeners. At these handmade ceramics in the Christ-. Be Held Sunday --
workshops, members have been mas motive.

busy creating, sewing, planting: Not only will there be hundredsof Ten churches have been invitedto
rooting, molding, and later in the these articles, there will also be participate in the Singspirationto

week baking. lots of goodies such as cakes, cook be held Sunday, December 4,
Mrs. Fred Burton has been appointed ies, pies and quick breads. All at the Christian Missionary Alliance LAY-AWAY
general chairman for the these homemade. Church .
at Intercession City.

Solos, duets, quartettes and instrumental "

flU ii All! Around Kenansville planned in the numbers first of have what been is ::7 BUlOVA NOWI! 1R 1\

hoped to be a mothly! event, according -
By BETTIE BASS to Carl Josephson, pastor.
The public is cordially invited. CHRISTMAS I It
: This reporter has failed to report !Ir; and Mrs. O. L. Strickland I Take it.easy
a a er
on Kenansville affairs for the attended Homecoming services at
K s$ R duc- oti- Rayon; past few weeks so will now givea the Bay Lake Baptist Church, Hibiscus Circle Met
\- of events
:W';,. brief run-down news November 20 With Mrs. Mal Lamb
for the month of November.The The speckled perch have beer.
Heartbreak Hotel and owner biting real good in Lake Marion. Mrs. Mal Lamb was hostess
James Webb, made front page Monday to the Hibiscus Circle of
4 1 news in the Miami Herald the I }lr. and Mrs. Don Bass spenta the Kissimmee garden club with .: '

first of the month. There was i few days of the Thanksgiving six members present for the Workshop I.: .
N$ matter V/hatyour] tire needs week-end with their daughter and :,,'io.
quite a large space allotted to to finish the articles for the -, !-
miflhtije.jfeypuBUY MOWyoul* the picture of said hotel and also family, the John Pitts, of Orlando. bazaar sponsored by the general .>": F 1
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Harvey Garden Chili Dee. 23. ; f
to the article. 'c y, h
Mrs. Kate Bass spent a week spent Thanksgiving day with Mr. Lunch was served by the hostessto ss

visiting her parents in Bronson. and Mrs. Charles Harvey and Miss Louise Thomason, Mrs. m. l.Sm ,\' '
The public landing kept by the family. at Okeechobee.John Fred Usher, Mrs. Edith Maxen, &}

.- folks at Bass fish camp, has been Lanier has been home from Mrs. Oren Smith, Mrs. Carl Ken- <

:; equipped with some very nice Key West, visiting his parents, ton, Mrs. Stetson Tarver. t'
11 rest rooms* for both white and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lanier and Next meeting of the club will be I
: colored. family. Dec. 8 at 2:30.( at the home of Mrs. m

Freda Seckman at which time a
plant exchange will be held. All
Baptist WMU Held Legion and Auxiliary members are requested to be present _

: Hold Party TonightThe .1' IIAMea0111fCNL I,,;.
Meeting MondayWomen's
Missionary Union of Makinson-Cwson Post No. beautifully fastened"
8PECDWAV the First Baptist Church: conductedits 10 and auxiliary members will Wesleyan Service r:] $1 watch 17 jtwtls. ;A

PROVED monthly meeting in the Educational hold their annual Christmas party Guild To MeetThe $3US
f0RTURMPIKC Bldg. last Monday evening. Thursday: night at 7 p.m. at the .

Mrs. P. K. Weaver, president of Legion Home. Wesleyan Service Guild will ,: .
$AmY t
1 119.5 'f
and., WMU. presided at the business This party features the regular meet at the home of Mrs. MargaretBast
session and later turned the meet- monthly meeting covered dish on Monday, 1><<. 5 at 8 p.m. most
tire ing over to the Mary Brittain Circle supper, plus a joint gift exchange The Devotions and program will be holds the world'sfinest Half noon Onk' !bracelet x

1f ... box btlow in charge of the program and by all members present presented by Mrs. J. L. (Mint, ) gift watch spirals arrand your,ret. tlJ-:
: ------ ty what?eta oft a tinycircle 'i"
'fr America's qUAixrr tire the social hour. After a short business session Hutchinson and Mrs. Ruth Hawk, till Christmas. Play
economy ea M
ft Famous CHAMPION tread design Mrs. VesteHe Johnson, vice there will be i iano music and sing- and Christmas gifts will be ex- i "Santa" today Jewels. .

Co S/F. chairman of the circle, was in ing of Christmas carols. changed. M and choose ,
Safety-Fortified cord body
t, charge of the program on IsraeL } outstanding }
ft Made with Firestone Rubber = i !II
The subject was "To Die WithoutHis Bulova quality, .
1. Word. Mrs.Johnson,who presided REOPENING dependability .a Rill 1 I f eM i
J.. '- SIZE RAYON NYLON in the absence of Mrs. Daisy I and smart good >

Clark, chairman was assisted by looks from ., .1 : AMFJUUN cumt
Tube-typ. Black White Black .- BARBER I
Whlt.6.Q.15 Mrs. Ann Norris and Mrs. Theresa I
complete TM watch Out feet *ny>
i Clemons. SAT. DEC. 3 thin JI J 17 jewels. Mlf-wln-
() 11.35 -- 12." 15.90 collection.
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Refreshments were served by kit Ul terproof.alloe *
6.70-15 u." 14.60 ,12.95 15.90 the hostesses Mrs. Nila Abby Mrs. andflai.mlstiflt, ; liialBOUt' Besse cads. \(:' 14.05 17.20 14.85 18.20 Sally Baker and Mrs.Jesse Harris. 4 Hair I
.ExF, rt Cutting .
Son look
CtlrIStinas 7.60-15 15AO ,18.85 11.20 '

I Visitor Honored At any style k This Christmas Take it Easy. 4
1-,50 14 L'')"
Words and mmie for ss I 1495' 1830fIM Men Ladies Child
Birthday Luncheon '1CHILDREN'S BULOVA Now.BENTON'S !
rite tarots attraetivelybound. T'v B e LS!1$S > LAY-AWAY a
Mr. aM Mrs. Jack Zupp entertained -

f !Plus tau and rtcappebl tire with a birthday luncheon HAIRCUTS 75c .

-- Wednesday at the Tropical Hotel SAKtt LOCATION PAST 12 YEARS
honoring Donald Van Ettan ol JEWELRY

f iAll : '.FIRESTONE STORE Charleston his brother-in-law, W. Va., who and is sister visiting -, Hew Building New Fixtures I' "

ens= : Mr. and Mrs. Jack Taylor of Or I If its from Bentons its guaranteed" I II
.' ,'.- .\ The guests included Mr. tad I 109 Broadway 6-3711 .
Mn Donald Van Ettan.: Mrs,Scott' BARBER SHOP

126 Broadway --KISSIMMIE Van Ettan of Columbus,. Ohio,II' I '!!'z !f' IDeo eo e.,. saw .... ee.. "' anal

: .,'., .-. -k Mr. and Mrs. Jack-,Taylor ef Or. 417 Main St. I
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<4< The Klssimmee Gazette, Thursday, December I, 1860' tp.l Christianity cooperation 'Pvt. Allen Campbell
aith the community in established School Children' To Completes Training

.1. agencies and the, preparedness Adventist Health program and Methodists ObserveCommunion Army Pvt. Allen L awpWl..

KNO"W YOUR CIliUIICIlpES Serried organization.: Good citizenship 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fla.W..
Campbell InteRaflon.City: ,
is encouraged in home, school SundayHoly Receive CD Kits b receiving eight week of advanced -
IIY chvreh.
: and
.. and individual training at The.
v Regarding military service Osceola County school children | "Attack on America could come Artillery and Missile Center, Fort
Rev. Rehus Olson. / civil defense we find that moat Communion wiltbe observed the cohostess.The will receive Civil Defense kit j without! warning: swift and de Sill {)kla. The training .was .to
Adventist young mea are HOD. this Sunday at First Methodist Lulu Overstreet Circle will ; entitled "Operation You" as citizens vastating. A massive nuclear attack be concluded November 27.
" combatant In order to serve their Church at them mb1r worship meet at the home of Mrs. Ethel 01- here observe Civil Defense| against our military centers, ; Campbell is being trained to..
Saturday morning we went to tunes how; ones have country better .in this capacity, hour of 11 o'clock. The Pastor sen, 1622 Doris St at 3 p.m. nay Dec 7, Maj. E. J. Smith, CD major cities, and industrial areas service and maintain the J05 millimeter -
little frame tried to answer that question. For they for duty in the Medical A. will conduct The Susannah Wesley Circle will
church. The neat prepare Rev. John Briley, director! announced recently. could bring widespread death and bowitter, i. light field-
tructure on Orlando St. is the example the cultured Greeks built Corps. Twenty thousand young the service and the Chancel Choir meet at the home of Mrs. Albert These kits, Civil Defense Offiials destruction despite our superior
home of the Seventh-Day Advent- an altar "To The Unknown God." men trained in the Jut six years. will present the anthem, "God'So' Rogers, Neptune Rd. at 7:30 pjn.Mrs. .hope, will get into the handsof military strength," the Civil De-. artillery weapon. last Jpnt
entered the
$ust Church in Ji immee. The In- But 'We as individuals must ansi ; Statistics chow adult member.* Loved The World" by Stainer. Bogers will be in charge of the children's: parents and thus fense director said. and Hi completed basic Army training at

terior was neat, restful and spotlessly wer that question no one else I ship of J,102,910. .Schools 6,296. Other Sunday services include thaChriatm.uprogram. make more homes ready for any He pointed out that the locationof Fort Jackson. S. C.
clean. There was reverauce can. God does not force salvationon Colleges 16 and 2' universities. Church School at 9:45 aja. with The Wesleyan Service Guild will emergency that might arise. Kissimmee and St. Cloud in relation -
in God's House. There was no anyone. foreign Missions 185. Foreign i classes for all ages and a nursery: hold their Christmas party at the Included in the kit is a check list i to military target areas especially Campbell attended Osceola Pih
visiting, only a smile or quietgreeting Let us look at this little church. Missions 01, eringa $14,342,700. for infants and small children. The home of Mrs. Ceo. Y. Bast, Jr. on for survivalthings that should i important in Osceola School, Kissimmee.

when someone entered. It was established tea. years ago Hospitals and Sanitariums 102. Youth Choir will rehearse in the King's Road at 8 p.m. be done and should be known if County.
These: people had come to worship.In Iy George E. Carter. The presentminister The above statistics are for 1957. educational building at 6:15 p-m. The evening division of the families are to cope with problems: )4aj. Smith listed the followingas Freewill 'BaptistsAn"ounce
the absence of the pastor, is B. L. :Mathews, who The Youth Fellowship meets _for Young Mothers' Circle will meet of survival; pamphlets on food things everyone should know ServicesAn
the service was in charge of Elder serves three churches, namely St. Shingle Creek Church supper at 6, followed by the'MYF with Mrs. Sam Lupfer, III in Idora preparedness, first aid, fallout, firefighting and do to survive: invitation has been extendedby
Mote. The call to worship was the Cloud, Taft and Kissimmee. Local programs at 6:30. Park at 8 p.m.Tuesday 10 things that should be Know warning signals.
the Freewill Church) to
singing of the Doxology followed membership is thirty with aa av- Services Listed The Evening Worship -service done to survive a nuclear attack, Know your community plan for Baptist
Vy prayer, then the reading of erage attendance of fifty during Due to the Lakeland District will begin at 7:30 in the sanctuarywith The Mary Clark Circle will meet home protection exercises, emer- emergency action. worship at the 10 o'clock Sunday. ,
transfer of memberships. 1 the tourist season. It is entirely Conference at Dade City en Fri- Rev. Briley bringing the mea- at the home of Mrs. Henry Simmons renc> sanitation at h6me, and Protect yourself and 'others School Hour, the 11 o'clock morning f
After singing the hymn Oh Worship tree from debt. HOW do they do day the 2nd, at which the pastor : saga on Neptune Rd. for a cover- shelters. against radioactive fallout. worship and .at 7 PJB. each
the King and prayer, the of. this, ask. Simple-They follow and a number of the members will I Monday, Dee. 5th ed-dish luncheon at 12:30 p.m. There is also a booklet on what Know first aid and home emergency Sunday evening.
fenog was taken. The offeringthis he scriptures One tenth of their be in attendance, the regular meeting The Mary Summerlin Circle will The Primary Choir rehearses in one should know about the national I preparations. Prayer meeting Is held each
Sabbath was for worthy stu- income goes to the Levites of the Official Board will beheld hold a covered-dish luncheon at the the educational building at 4:40 place for civil defense and defense -! Know Conelrad, the Civil De- Wednesday at 7:30() pan. i

dents. The guest speaker for the ([ministers! ). This pay amount is sent : at the church on Thursday, home of Mrs. W. S. Dunsmore, 418 p.m.On mobilization.Maj. fense emergency radio. The church is located betweenthe 1
slay was Elder Cox a retired directly to the conference and in Dec. 1st at 7:30 P. I. A full attendance rack St. Mrs. Rena Atkin will be Wednesday, Mr. Stephen Ha- Smith points out that Civil Many details concerning these Orange Blossom Trail and
minister from Orlando. Elder Cox turn the ministers payed their is desired. the co-hostess. boush, a Galilean Shepherd, will t efense Day is being observed on things are given in the kits to be the old Dixie Highway on Horns I
read Acts has 6: verses 16-31 taking salary Jby the conference.are All of the The services on Sunday will be The Ida Tiller Circle will havea present a Travelogue of the Holy the anniversary of the attack on distributed to the children, he Street, according to T. M. Scott,
: his text the words "Sirs, what ministers paid the sal- as heretofore, with S.S. at 9:30 to covered-dish luncheon at the Land in living color in the sanctuary Pearl Harbor. said. pastor.LUTHERANS I
are same home of Mrs. H. S. 304 at 7 He will be assistedby
be followed by the morning p.m.
? and "Be
must I do to be saved ary. Extra money is allowed by
St. at 12:30 Mrs. Mrs. Haboush and they will
hour Clyde
at 10:20, at which time pjn.
the Lord Jesus Christ.
lieve on the conference for
ear milage, the pastor, W. P. Hanks will speak and Mrs. D. B. Shaver will be in both appear in their native cos- Benefit Checks
In his Elder Cox graph To T 0 MEETAll
sermon subsidy on rent and a few other 'On The Great Revealer". charge of the Christmas program. tames.This program is open to the
ically portrayed Paul and Silas'condition ,,items. The upkeep on the church,
The youth will have their service following the program, there will public. Be Mailed Dec. 3'
in prison, their prayers= I missions etc, is extra, yrer and at 6 P.M. and this will be followed be a "White Elephant Sale". The Chancel Choir rehearses in Lutherans Persons of Lutheran Background, and ;
their the beatings singing, the wounds had received.from above tithers.the tithe. All /euasts are with a meeting for children The Betty Paulk Circle will meet the sanctuary on Thursday at 7:30 On December 3, the first disability Others interested in locating a Lutheran Church' in the
they 3 at the home of Mrs. IL F. insurance benefit checks
and all others at 7 o'clock. at p-m.
Low different these songs and The Seventh day Adventist'schurch McPherson, 1635 Catherine St. pjn.The Junior Choir rehearses in for people under age 50 will be Kissimmee St. Cloud area are invited to attend a meeting -

prayers must have sounded to the : is a conservative Christian Jehovah's Witnesses There will be a Christmas program the educational building on Fridayat delivered. Up to now, only people at the Kissimmee Community House on Sunday,
hardened jailor, who was used to body of Protestant.origin. In 1840( and Miss Elsie McPherson will be 3 p.m. 50 years bf age or over, and their December 11 at 7 p.m.
groans and curses. Then came the when large numbers of people pf Activities Listed dependents.,. could qualify under.
earth the opening of
,great all religious groups In America Friday, December 2, 7:30 p.m.: the; disability provisions of the I IUw. 1 1S
the doors the would-be suicide
jail -
the and Europe, became deeply absorbed Ministry school tains on "Train- Under'amendments to the :
jailor from tear Revival
in the doctrine of Christ's ing New Ministers," "The World's Sweeps social security law enacted in September
had escaped, and finally
prisoners return. This doctrine hinged on Time of the End", Why Did Jesus severely disabled: workers GIFTS
the of the jailor "What mustI pVJER .
cry -" certain prophetic portions of the Ask to be Baptized?" and Bible under 65, with credit for 5 yearsof .
saved? Elder Cox
do to be
Scriptures. Followers of William reading of Psalm 143:1 to 144:15. Honor work under Eecvrity-in;
Prison Campby
vividly recalled through the cen-
Miller a licensed Baptist minister Sunday, September 4, 4 p.m. the 10-year period before they MUndecided
set a definite time for this eve t, 'Public lecture "Identifying the became disabled, can qualify for
but i their predictions proved unfounded True God." One of the questionsto Six men from Honor Camp No. these classes the men organized these disability benefits. Benefits

P The group which later be answered is: Of the many 769 located just north of Kissimmee a Bible study or discussion group may also be payable to his depend-
te became the Seventh-day Adventists gods, which one is the true God! are to be baptised on Sunday, among themselves with official ents, just as if he were receiving
I came to believe they had a The subject of the Watchtower December 4, I960. Since the Camp sanction. This group meets on social security retirement benefits.
= movement with a special message study and discussion at 5:15 p.m. does not have the facilities,service Thursday evenings. The professionof Approximately 250,000 people-
rather than a specific time for is: "Marriage in Paradise. One will be held at 7:30 PJI. at the faith in Christ of six men and disabled workers and their depend
the return of Christ. of the scriptures for consideration First Baptist Church'in Kissimmee their request to be baptized is a ents are eligible for benefits
Hot foacy ( .,','. Organized in 1863 as a denomi- will be Matthew 19: 4,5: "Andhe according to Dr. H. P. Amos, result of the Bible study. Warden because of this change in the law.
bwtdi"ys nation they believe Pastor. This will be a public service :McCall states that he is pleased Most of
or fin they are called said to them, "Did you not read them have already applied
.quipmcnf.Kcrt .. to continue the work of the Re- that: he who create them at the j as are "all church services. The the changes in the lives of these for their benefits, but some
formation, to help reillumine principles beginning made them male and female baptismal service will be conducted men and that he believes this is a may still not be aware of their
will find God People, JohnMagness big in their rehabilitation. Out
you by pastorof step
tarnished or forgotten and said rights. If feel
dur- : 'For this reasona you you.can qualify,
dedicated to doing His Work of his
of in the
the North Kissimmee Baptist progress
ing Christianity's long and tortu- man will leave his father and and hare not yet contacted your
alert to His Wit
Chapel who will also bring the men he expects to attend the serv-
ous history. The Adventists his local social
share mother and will stick to his security office, do it
of the 'evening. Rev.:J. T, ice of baptism personally.
1 with Christians everywhere wife, and the message now. The people there will be
71 a compelling two will beflesh' onE gladto
J While.a few in state penal
Coordinator men
State Religious
Tompkins, send
to tell the gospel ? give you additional information a
institutions hare been baptized in
Rev. Joe Kaiser Dis-
and ,
jstory to all the world.Let about the
Wednesday, December 7 8 disability provisionsof
pjn.: trict Chaplain, will participate in the open in the past jt is believer
Bible Study _._. (5 us enumerate some pointsof Bible book in the law and assist in
m : a.m. study the Bible aid: the service also. that this is.the first time a requestto you applying FLORACHEQUEService
Training Union ...n..... 6:15 p.m. Faith and Practice. "Your Will Be Done On Earth." go into a church outside the for benefits it you wishto -
Services 1. The Bible is the inspired word The congregation of Jehovah's} Those to be baptized are Joseph do so.Frank .
Worship : camp has been made. In view of
of God. Ronald Baker, Willie B. Hall Donald Redeemable FTD
Witnesses at Shop
Ocean Street
invites any
11:00 a.m. & 7:50 pja.CHURCH Gene Paulk Daniel Carl Reu- this request permission
2.They believe in the Trinity. the public to attend.Presbyterian I
had to be obtained from the Director .
3. Jesus Christ is the Son of ber. Virgil Roberts and Frank Glass.. student at Middle ELSIE BAKER'S FLORIST
of State Road Prisons.
God. I Church Shaeffer. Upon baptism these men Tennessee State'College, spent the
t/ 4. Tlgicrd\ coming of Christ become members of the North holidays here with his parents, 10 Monument Tl 6-5661
is near. Services AnnouncedThe l Kissimmee Baptist Chapel, which Woman's Club To Mr. and Mrs. Edgar. Glass..

5. In death, man rests in the Chancel Choir meets for is a part of the First Baptist .
rehearsal Church, until such time as they Hold December MeetThe
ST AND SHOUU AYE grave until the resurrection. Thursday, 7:45 PJI. a.the
Dr. H. P. Amos, Pastor 6. God created the earth and Church. may be able to join a Baptist December meeting of the
.all life upon it; this life did not The Sunday Program of Study church in their home areas. Kissimmee Woman's Club will beat
evolve over vast periods of time. 'I and Worship begins with Sunday The story of how this has come Hart Memorial Library, Tees,
7. The Millenium begins when School at 9:45 AJI. and there are about will make an interesting Dee..6th, at 3:00 p.m. The Junior .15th Sole
in the of the Anniversary
chapter history
Christ returns. classes for all ages. The Church rehabilitation Woman's Club will present a
Service is at 11:00. A.M. The of men instate penal
8.'The Communion Service i is Rev. Christmas. Play. Members are re-
Dorr 1. Van Etten-will have institutions. Back in August 1959
regarded\ as minded to bring their Gifts for
as dealing: symbolicallywith : sermon topic: "Open Windows Towards with the cooperation of Warden A7 Chattahoochee, marked whether
the body of Christ, is open L. McCall and other prison officials .
The Chancel lora .
I man or a WOJaD.Hi8torical
SHOP to all who confess'Him, Advent- : Choir under the direction of Lester and the encouragement of
ist members or not. : W. Geisler will render the anthem: the State Religious Coordinator Thursday- Friday Saturday'
offers 9. Baptism is by Immersion. : "Lo He Comes With Clouds De Rev. J. T. Tompkins and the Dis- Society :.
10. The Seventh Day is the Sab- scending" by Williams. The Choir trict Chaplain, Rev. Joe Kaiser .
10,000 SOUVENIRSBoth bath.:. Both"the DId and New Testa- will also present a Carol, "Ther time "'Uj, set aside every Sunday I I To 11Jeet'Tuesday.The ,- :i
ments point to the sacredness of Is No Rose of Such Virtue" by morning at 8:30: for worship services Osceola County Historical
Florida and the .seventh day (Saturday) a Joubert. conducted by Rev. John Mag- Society will meet at the St. Cloud -

i ReligiousLarge memorial to God's creative power, The United Presbyterian Youth ness. When interest grew in these 'Woman's Club on Tuesday De- .. :
a sign of His authority.'. will meet at 6:00 P.'d:. in the Educational services and a desire on the part cember 6 at 8 p.m. Hostesses will i
stock of Bibles, song 11. Church finance-tithing is a Building. of the men for further religious instruction bo Mrs. Lillian Garrison Mrs Register .

booksrecords and supplies. privilege and duty set forth in The Trustees will meet Monday, became evident, it was Edit: Silver, and Mrs. Georgia .
the Bible. Beyond the tithe, use' 7:30 PJf.: in the Pastor's Study. arranged by request for Mr. Mag- Hood. .
25,000 GREETING to support the ministry, one makes The Junior Choir will meet Wed ness to conduct a Bible Class on ; Those interested In historical : C't}

his freewill offering for mission nesday, 3:00 P.M. in the Educational Monday evenings. :Mr. Harry Alte- events are invited to attend, as
CARDS all kinds and church expenses and activities. Building.The mus, also a member of the NKBC, an interesting program has been r ii L L for all *Ite )f.p ,.

30-50 % OFF!I 12. Temperance means total abstinence ...Mid-Week_ : _Service will be has assisted in this work. Inspired planned.Orlando ;>, ):
from alcoholic beveragesand held wed. 7:30 P oM. in the Educational -
tobacco but much more be- Building. Singing of favorite "
IF YOU IIAVENT SEENBIBLELAND sides. The body is the temple" of: hymns. Studies in I Corinth-
God and as such should not be ians 7. Business

mistreated by any unhealthy prac-
tice. PRIZES io be given .
I Kissimmee
YOU SHOULD! 13. The youth are given special ReviewBy ir

10 miles north on 441 attention by the church. f
14. The Christian home must I LivestockMarket .
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK make Christ the center. Saturday Dec. 3.6:3D: p1iC

9 A3I. to 9 P oM. 15. Every local church- concern NEIL MILLSAP
itself with citizenship and .pract \ Report .

Wondering .What To Give That Youngster?

ket At;., the Wednesday Kissimmee, 306 Livestock cattle: Mar and JACKSON'S BICYCLE. & SPORT SHOPI .

INDIAN HEALER BY .Extra'Specias/ In
calves were sold compared to 452a
week ago.Slanghter, Central Florida's Bicycle Headquarters Since 1929 : :

steers, heifers and Has the Answer, in the Wonderful SCHWINN BICYCLE
balls strong on a limited supply. .
t Cows 50c high- with spots $1.00 Also Trikes and Complete Bike Accessories >. -"
higher and calves uneven mostly] all departments 'during our celebration
I.50-2JOO higher with most gain on 28 E. Church, Orlando Phone GA 4-7044 .
calves over 250 lbs. Stocker steers / '
and heifers, strong on a limits This Authorized Schwinn Dealer dered: *(*et a bicycle and ride it!" .
Thy God has the power to heal l 'Ihy sick for supply, cows 2003.00 highe has shown the way to other firms Economical transportation-low 10 0(9 discount on TiMEX or WESTCl.OX --

(those who believe and have. faith. SISTER Calves over 250 lbs mostly SOc in point of value and service t-* I' operating: expense Deeper !. -

JOSEPHINE can help those who believe, in were higher mostly while calves 2003.00! under higher.250 Percentage Ibs.- their about customers.anything your JACKSON'S bike riderwillneedl has lungs. ,. stronger limbs sturdy bm WATCHES or SHEAFFER, PENS :;

God and have will power. going to packers sad -calf including the famous Whiz. Lea quicker perception, better ;,.... ,

percentage.:were both about 54'per' zer Motor Bice.Remember coordination. Parts, repairs, sales, -,i. c ., .
See SISTER JOSEPHINE now. She has God cent. oldsters like bikes, ervfce at.28 E. Church, Orlando ;'

given owper to heal the sick and ailing. She Individual Standard slaughter too. More than one doctor halt or I Easy Terms Available! : .' Use our LAYAWAY CLUB,: ":PLAN-' :

has helped thousands who had troubles. Now, steer 50, Canner$19.75 10501300., two Utility One 18.00-18.Standard .- Imaginative Detail Makes the! Extraordinary_ . '. .. ;-i

you have a chance to be healed .no .matter 19.25.Yearling Utility heifers, slaughter 150.1L25.Cutter heifer. Difference in Appeal aad Livability at p 1 AL- PETE and d!!._ the gang hereat:. .

what ydUr problems are. 12 0-14,76, Utility slaugh CAROL ANN TRAILER SALES & PARK ..'. .. :- **.\" ?: '
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SISTER JOSEPHINE will not charge for her ter cows n -1I.T5. One commercial >>

service. 18.75. Cutter 13.00-15.00 Caner 1295 S. Orange Blossom Trail Orlando' GA -93.UI ,..
v 10.50-1S.25. Individual Utility
Only donations accepted. bull 18.00. Canner and Cutter I A great and happy group of You, too, trill enjoy and be.181-
12751525. Good slaughter calves.r Americans awakened swiftly to the pressed fcy the luxurious beauty THE COTTON.. CANDY
All Welcome White and'' Colored.. 19.00-22.00. Standard 16.75-2d.00. convenience, the.economy, andre th+ and unrivaled comfort The nn- "" .Ii '" .. : -- "

Open 8 a.m. till 10 p.m. Utility 15001625. CWllLO -lt.SO. II -.tree living mobile homes pleakanhiesa and hardship of liaisehunting 3IAN* WIU. :BE-HERE
Medium stocker steers 16.00- make'po5SibIe. i* gone forever. .
Everyday, including Sunday 17.75. Common 15.00-15.50. Inferior It is just good sense that more Let Harry Buchanan, manager ALL DAY S'AT;DEC.3 Iy BROADWAY *- PH. Tl 62621race
HOME OFFICE;,Oa highway 17-92, Vi B& loath of KisuaiiBee u.oo.l3.50. Common feeiftr and .store people prefer to move at CAEOL ANN, explain to you
Drive'In Theatre on the right opposite Lenny's Bar at Campbell'sStation 13.. 0-14.60. Inferior 11.75-13,7. into beaaUfol 11e.b with bowr easily yea may own your 1 .'
Watch! for house aumber 375 oa the read t. Tmmpa. Common stacker cows .15.75-17,7. eoraplsteljr'newtaajor appliances, choke of these lovely complete <. '
_. WATCH. FOR INDIAN HEAD. SIGN Inferior 11.50-12.50.Medinm *tock. f ornitore, draperies and carpeting hoots everything tocioded In

'to. _. ',", .". ., er calves over-. ..250.. ,Ibs..,....16001800._-'.. _...-_ i '. ,--.a.w "a..A.,?the"/one eaSy price" on easy terms.

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I The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, December 1, 1960 Page S

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I .' Women's Cotlftcil 'Gear e Bast Named

: ;"I; Met Monday Night Salesman of Month

1 ,'. tAfltlllfIl' Twelve; Opceola High School
FORA The Christian Women's Council j students were honored with certificates -

:., .:.f, of the First Christian Church met i of educational derelopmwf
Monday night at the home of Mis. at the chamber of commerce Kof

\ By BETTY EBY Jennie Phillips on Clyde Avenue. fee Klab held at the Tropical Hotel(

r r I -. -. Mrs. Mary Simmons conducted yesterday. .
the business- meeting and the de- -
f V :'+ Byron Hfleman presented fhfAlowteg
xY. ?
}, votionals were given Mrc.
.. S by students with an award.
I q'q R '" Amelia Keck. She then gave a
[ .r t 8 Linda English, Bobby Lee, George
r r talk on *,Church Women Work Lyons Fred Dyer, Beverly Wha-

Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Tomasello, ,:They incltfded Misses Elon Guice, in the Community." len, Jane Lee. Connely, 'heresaSommers

,, ;, o GIVE FURNITURE ,.. Mr. and Mrs: E...C. Bovisa nd sons, iiedora Russell, Parah Clark Louise Mrs. Pat McCall gave an inter. Brenda Beatty, Mary
,.: r-- )Ir. and Mrs. H. P.BovisMrs.. M. Kissimmee Mrsf: : Ctofenie Eby Christian Home for Children. Tom Wells and Eliza :Mae Steffe
R. Bovis of Kiasimme! and Mij. of Winter Garden and Mrs. J. R. The council decided to send ON received letters of commendations

"'' and Mrs. A. D. TomaseJl of Bar- Nelson of BrownfieldTexas.. anges and a small gift to eacn for the marks they\ received in
tow were called to Atlanta last child there for Christmas. tests taken last
: year.
week lip) the death of Peter Tomaello. Miss Edith LOughlin, a student The next meeting will be held George Bast was chosen sales
of nursing at Petersburg Virginia, December 15 Rita..
s i s Mrs. Marie .
person of the month by the chamber
t.. f d .rf t'' spent the Thanksgiving holidays Samuel on Brack Street.
.. h .... t y r ar f' Mr. and Mrs, Bruce Moeller and with her mother Mrs. Mattie Van- Twenty three members and two of commerce yesterday. But
c .. has been connected with the
ir i Y"fi r sons, Robert, Harold and Henry. Loughlin.Bill children were present. Hostesses
and Mrs. R. L. Briley of Tampa were Mrs. Betty McGowan, Mrs. ing and publishing business'forsome
Gephart is attending the time at Cody Publications,
of Rev. and
werti holiday-guests
.. Burrows and Mrs. Phil-

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{ International Livestock Exposition Ho came to Kissimmee in 1996
.x a Mrs.John Briley and family. Sunday lips. ,
F guests of the Bnleys were at Chicago this week. from Missouri and has one son
a k: John, Metcalf and son Johnny of On the sick list this week here.
Miami and John Lambert of Vero IOOF Rebekahs
W a at the Kissimmee Hospital, Bobby ,
Beach. Wilford, Annabelle May Lois Hold Annual Eastern Star Holds

Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Dixon Uyers; Diana Brown, Evelyn
and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hamilton : Vaughn, C. C. Batton Robert Turkey Dinner Tuppericare Party
and daughter Penny Sue of Largo Combs Lorraine Croker, Lelia I An Eastern Star Tupperwat
Eighty Odd Fellows. end Rebekahs party will be held Tuursday night,
spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Rhodes, Eddie Raulerson, Arthur
Cora Gaylord.; Simmons, Henry Bronson Baby : attended the annual turkey December 1, at 8 p.nt. at the Masonic
dinner Tuesday night at the IOOF Temple Christmas gift ideas
Ola Lupo, Ella Mae Barber John
Mr. and Mrs. George Toppinoand Crocker, Ella Story. Hall. will be stressed.
three children of Key West Following the dinner and social, The pasty: is open to the public,
N and their cousin Roland Toppino, On the sick list at Osceola Hospital pictures of Alaska were shown by according to Edith Roehl, Worthy

.M. w. y also of Key West spent Thanksgiving 1, Francis Harden, Mrs. Knox Owen Godwin. Matron.

s"" % \ with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hillman Walter Hemphill, Cora ----- .
.s ;*._ i ;raves. Jones, A. G. Mann, Willa Mae
; Standridge Goff 5 Yi
Margaret Nellie
i wRs: .. }E Ep. 4 4x Mr. and Mrs. Lou Tafcaf, Mr. Merritt, Elizabeth Jes- M "His" girt a pr.blem? ;.
*' and Mrs. Jerry Ivey and Mr. and sie 1' ., Doa let it be simply give IN
Annie Hazel
Hayes, Byram
/ ,
Mrs. Joe Lombardy travelled to M him a gift certificate for .l
Tampa Saturday to see the Fred Stikeleather Robert Taylor, Nellie handsome City Club Shoes.

i,, Ushers and their brand new son. Cook Katherine Daigler, Monette M F Distinguished, good-looking .
Gonzales, Sarah Farrand Helen 1- City Clubs will rive
i ; Amongthe college students Kendall, Elsie Schiebelhnt, Flossie !I him pleasure for j,.;'
,M y home for the holidays were Murray 'Lawson,' Frances Hunt and Jeff months to come!

Sateman, Chris Colombo and Bill Strickland. .
,, i ,xz ,
Whidden from Troy State Alabama present
it.y Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Fioriglio of .
> ; Steve Miles from Rand 1ph- /
; d. .. Macon;, Bill Duvall, Erskine; Judy Baltimore, Md, were holiday a"

'"" Hughey, Pat Humphrey, Bob Al- guests of Mrs. Fioriglio's parents,
r len and Bill Branch, Florida State i perfed.
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Mason end her
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University; Henry Yates, Bill ,Aunt, Miss Irene Fornes. .
Prather, Jim Barker, John Dollar,
Ann Sessions, Judy Rollins, Leon The J. L. Hutchinsons had as '' .

Fertic and Bill Allen, University of (their Thanksgiving guests Mr. and r. -
l Florida.. Mrs. J. R. Hutchinson and Mr. I
D : r ,,, find Mrs. John Lee and family of
K r Eddie demons, developer of
.o, Tropical Park, left Sunday for Detroit Mulberry and Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Reedand children and Mrs. Claude
Michigan on a business trip. .
Whatley and children of Kissim
He expects to return to Kissimmeen
Y mee. w
r about two weeks. -

.., s t' Birthday congratulations this Mrs. Bertha Rogers has re-
tk week are being sent to Patricia turned from BAt te l Creek, Michigan .. -.- :

LiOgsdon, Arthur Logsdon, Rickey to spend the winter. # ''', .=
Grissom Geneva Hooten Malvin
Mrs. Henry Simmons returned i _
: .
Samuel, Oliver Norris, Rosa Wood-
Sunday night'from Ocilla
r all, Spike Carroll Glenn Ray, .

., ; t: { George Stark, Kay Bast,Thacker Clara Chapman, Bill Heeren, Ken, where giving she holidays
I i r l# i w Frances Murphy, Elaine Lawson, JMrs.. Jack Fletcher.) .v ,
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qo't.' Tommy Smith, Worth Cain, Nancy -11 '
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::J Graessle and K. Norman' White. BPW's To Entertain 100 BROADWAY t
; Best wishes to each of you.
AND) GRACIOUS GIVING i State OfficialsThe i
Mrs. r
Mr. and Pete Hunt spen
: .' I Thanksgiving at Oviedo as guestsof
Kissimmee and
the Bill Dietrichs.Mrs. Business '!" ,
-' .
? '. Professional Women's Club will
Lena Hunt and, the AI entertain members of the State 1IIL_ r r

". Hunts spent Thanksgiving at Oviedo Federation executive board and !'';; ; FAMOUSDIAMONDS. ,.. fI it'DI i
i k with Mr and Mrs. Howard. the Retirement Home Committeeon .U:

Hunt Saturday, Decemoer 3.

The out of town guests will seethe i ,. .l OF HIS T 0 R.Y .. ;
'"w Young Bob Eby and Jack Cole, proposed site for the _
who are stationed at Ft. Benning REtu-e.1
ment Home, and will x.r
pent the Thanksgiving holidays
with the Bob Ebys. board of trustees ts: serve the I f .........."....l""""' >:' .:..
.v. i separate corporation.The ......-r-....!. .;'"..:...... ,.:.;....t.. < ot.t'i.:' : :.... h e !ii.1 i\.
Mrs. Raymond Coins of *Ml meeting will begin with a : 'i't} .
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y : : Airy, N. C. spent the Thanksgiving luncheon at the Presbyterian Educational I :.:\ \... ;'.'-.. 1';;,:. -:' : .J
-: and followed ,'l t." _-...:GREA.T
holidays with her daughter and building will be s '7.
:.,.: :.{.. .:,. I;
1 : son-in-law, the Leo Schmakers. by a business session. The >'. -'t
.;.: Also spending Thanksgiving Day guests will then be taken to the H:. :' .,

with the Schumakenr were Mrs. proposed site where dinner will r:? : \S S?mOGUL .
Bess Schumaker and Mrs. Chris. be served by club members atC ("' y.. S; I

Blue of Orlando and Kate Knox. pjn. They will be overnight :..:\::. { ....:.'.' ,'........ .:......-.' : ": i
E ; guests of Mrs. Mildred Dreyer, ;t ...'.(.": : .,....,.'...'.:.. '..:..:.' ; ..:."..;.:...'..:,'
... Miss Stella Orr.of Orlando spent &> W -." .:' ,'- .r.-... .. .:.. . 'K
donor x( the property. : :. .--' (.". ; ;,
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Thanksgiving with Rev. and Mrs. :
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Maurice Grigsby.Miss :. Bea Combs is chairman of the .. 1.. >- "". : ...,
committee od arrangements. She z&xp'fe : l.oi.: ...:..,\. :'. ';. .
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Nina D.; Bratton of Jacksonville will be assisted Gill .. ; '" ..
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is visiting her brother: Sybil Carte, Michele Davis, Alma :..., T&ri ..:;.,,'.1.--... ,....,..:......:..,;
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hetherington, Rose Bobroff, Margaret !f ..1.1. ... .. .' I.r
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fr .;a '# here friends< got together for a Lawler, Elizabeth Dillard, Lflly; M.II'E..' l''!:. .tJ'<;';;.;<.. .'.:... '..:. .J\

s !:qP + e:t.k Ors ; luncheon at the Tropical Tuesday. Nelson and Agnes Bnnson. 'i :;if M /ffJ !,:: ;;':'::.:',: :::.::.
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:;.:: :. ; The Qfeat Mogul diamond a
.3" fi g,}; !f : = ftf white stone of 280 carats when J

:;::;rr1! found in India in 1650 was desJI:

Yr a a a .r.::"Vl tined for a fateful career. The huge
: Jmttfotff'conteimi 'i- ,,: stone was poorly cleaved by the ""

M ;:::.": cutter, who was severely) fined for ,
We are offering SPECIAL .ar:: his pains. Its present whereabouts .

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PRICES all merchandise i during ; today headquarters
on & "
wftitot/fif/ I .-i F, :. expert diamond cutting, where a \
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the month of December. w y t .e:;u.:";"..... ,i*."../ ; ... fd the diamond tndust, ? __ JtU ,

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Without"what? C nJYr-.cosmetics vitamfnsbancTagiriggrdeiing
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:.:% the price paid, you can be sure of maximum
tobacco* .-? ? you'll find them"all at:*; >> talue for'your 'diamond dollar here.
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Page $ The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, December 1, 1960

unfurnished, 2000 sq. f:. close in terms
Beautiful 3 BR country borne, 4. bath located 3 blocks close in. $85 month.
3 BR 2 home, floor space beautiful oak and $3400
miles from town I from center of town palm trees, reasonably priced,
$13,000 $11,000 100 SAD STORIES 100In owner 317 Portage St. 5 ACRES INCLUDING WELL

Commercial property on Broadway $17400 | ALSO OTHER RENTALS
3 Bt: CBS home 2 tiled bath, and Main Streets the last couple of years we have heard LOTS FOR SALE: Lakefront lots ,
built-in kitchen hardwood floors 4. on Lake Cecile, all are over 350' FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED RENTALS
Building l lots $500 up terms $50 100 sad stories: "The lake was so pretty +r deep. Also residential lots high

I16JSOO down low monthly payments when we bought and now ."; "First Federal S and dry, city water, 63 x 132. KISSIMMEE REAL ESTATE

Check with as for famished and unfurnished Rentals. had loaned money on the house so we $ Call TI 7-2495 after 5 p.m. .

thought .**; "I built on an extra bed. 1 __ FOR SALE: Furnished 2 bedroom ., 521 Main St. TI 6.3953

ROBERTSON'S REAL ESTATE room and bath and then "; "But the / A House with lot on Sample Street

324 BROADWAY ,TELEPHONE TI 6-4493 WIr owner .said ."; "After we started this Good condition, very reasonable.For .
business the highway ."; "If we had .only known before we I. information call TI 6-3388.

bought we could, have V*.
FOR SALE: In Lake Cecile Park TI 7.2230

FOR SALE: One Guernsey Heifer, WANTED 2 BR CBS Home,folly tiled bath, o Bruce's
Good portable sewing
: .
And all these stories went to end with .
on so we 'built-in kitchen, lot 80x175, lake
fresh in January, 800 pound.*, TI 6-5631
machine. Call TI 6-4981 before "
would like to sell and get our back out.
ARTICLESFOR artificial insemination. Hole's 5 money privileges, choice residential section -
Feed Hill. p.m.HAVE quiet country living. Call

SALE OPENINGS: For four dealers But in almost all these!! cases these folks will have to lose TI 7-2495 after 5 p.m. SunshineHomes
FOR SALE: Two 1958 house trail.en for Tupperware Home money in order to sell
r-- ; 20 ft. Travel Trailer; Pal- .
Parties two part time $50 per
FOR SALE: 59 Pontoon boat with ace Ranch Home Rainbow 36 x 10 ft. week to full time $100 per week The saddest part of these sad stories is that in virtuallyall LOT FOR SALE 3 BR HOME FOR SALE
W. Trailer
35 hp Gale Sovreign motor, re Jess Parfrey TI 6.2819., commission. Phone TI 7-2896! these cases the mistakes could have been Avoided by seeinga LARGE LOT HIGH AND DRY
motes. Cost over $1400, sacrifice Park for appointment for interview. competent realtor. Realtors realize that a satisfied clientele Real value: Large tot 93' x
$690. Water paddle cycle cost is the 127', city water and sewer,well NEAR OSCEOLA GOLF CLUB
FOR. SALE; 51 Jeep wagon, 4 MANOR today surest route to increased business tomorrow. Real.
$350 sacrifice $150. Two 1% hp WOMAN: To take over located in city limits. All new
strive the arid
wheel drive. warn hubs, $495 tors to protect buying selling public from making
Dealership in 'Kissimmee. Prod. WE ARRANGE FINANCING
construction in .
motors cheap. Also Correct Craft TI 64482. costly blunders. neighborhood.Good
with 35 hp Evinrude electric, nets established. Weekly profit price for cash!
,cost $1500, sacrifice $675. Sellingout. FOR SALE: Two bedroom house of $50.00 or more at start pose!. Phone TI 7.2704 or write Rt. 5. WILL BUILD ON YOUR LOT OR OURS

Sunset Dude Ranch on Hwy. trailer $550. Inquire at Baxter's ble. No investment necessary. Before yoq make a real,estate move, see your favorite Box 377. Contact us for homes that are-just a little bit better.
15, St. Cloud, TWinbrook 2-1153. Grocery, Campbell's Station. Will help you get sUrtcd. WriteC. realtor.

-R. Ruble, Dept. N-5, Watkins TI 7-2230 TI 6-5631
FOR SALE: Large deepfreeze Products, Inc., Memphis 2, Tennessee -

cost $600, sacrifice $130; soft FOR SALE OR TRADE COTTAGE FOR SALE* Bruce Part in, Developer and BuilderSLITS
drink machine lOc slot$100.Bunk FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS
beds, cots, rollaways etc., tractor -< 1937 DODGE DRESSMAKING: Evening gownsa in' Intercession City, furnished

with all attachments, selling STATION WAGON specialty. 1206 Verona, Myrtle 5 rooms, 2 large 50 ft lots.Torn .
out cheap. Sunset Dude Ranch 9 passenger. Good condition and Van Marter, TI 72515. INC.' FILED June Marie Drawd,. se, Winter
right at post office second house Haven.
r on Hwy 15, St. Cloud. TW 2-1153. clean. Power steering and Dennle DeForest TB. Paul Ttlankenahlp Robert William Drayton 22. Win.
brakes. Will consider your old WANTED: Middle age couple or on right in second block.Sign in and Ruby Dtankenchlpi judgment. ter Haven and Brenda i>eoisAdamaoa. !
car as down See it person to share house or rent window. Mrs. M. J. Slants 2630 IS. Lake Alfred
TI 6-2702 6-2712 Ilex: MacDtarmld va. Raton E. Jack fftrd. M. Enterprise. A*...
Shop Kissimmee First today at 2 Broadway or call room. Mrs. Everxm 223 Palm- ,' \ N.E. 23rd Court. Pompano Strickland land. mortgage and Elisabeth for.*"ure.P.. Strick and Barbara, Eadr Stalling, 2*. urUndo. .-

RAFFIA TI 6-2702 TI 72664. way. TI 65274. FOR RESULTS SEE A REALTOR.FOR Beach. Janice A\r_ va. Elmer O. Ajrren Earl! CTDale )itu; kY. IX. Orlando
Jr.. and MarKello Annette Sarber H,
ra lawn '
WANTED Interior exterior
: or ya. Jar. Calhoun Orlando
Handcraft Supplies Shell work. Write C. A. font P.O. non-npport Werner Scboeberteln. 5ft. St <"lnud
Supplies Straw Bags -- I John Little vs. Alice Little divorce I and Jean Iris Hampton. :S3 OrUndu,
Box 664 Kissimmee. *
Kennethatnon Jaiksnn. S
Plain and FancyDRIFTWOOD POWERLAWN Paul .*. Tipple va. Mary Louise| Winter lla\en. and Betty" in<'kt.'n.
Tfppte. dlvorc I 'tenth, t,. \\lnter Hav>,n.
LAMPS RENT: 8 Brack St., unfurnished Conntance: Hokwnb Lanier va.
One of a kind .. LOW PRICES MOWER reasonable to party with Thoma F. Lanier divorce.
FOR RENT Homer J. blpple- va. LAUise E-
CYPRESS KNEE LAMPS,'complete real references. Fay Morse at REALESTATE west hippie, divorce.
Portable Cable
with cypress shade from Lawn Master, Bibleland. Lee, F. Powell v*. ilartun X. Powell

$6.00. self propelled, with seat. Won Surety divorce)1'ortcaC'e Invevtroent. ''0.v. .
contest. Never FOR RENT: Three room furnished .. Robert 1(. fctntth and wife noticeof
FRESH FRUIT used retails FOR RENT: Trailer space
apartment, private bath, dose FOR SALE: Lots 75x175 $1000. Hi pendens.
SHIPPED DAILY $381 will sell $275.Call GArden patio $10 month. Tip Top Trail in, 401 Mabbette. $10 down, $10 monthly. Full lake Counts State vs.Road Loyal I>A.pC Jackson and Osevola et aJ

CHRISTMAS GIFTS -7080, Orlando.SERVICES. er Park 17-92 South. privileges. Canal lots $1500, $15 order appointing appraisers
FOR RENT Store office down $15 FKDRKAI.. T\ I.":\" KKLF.ASF.D .
room or 75
JEWELRY CANDY : monthly x 125.
FOR RENT: Two modem furnishj- Or M 1. and Rebecca R. Jewell.
HUNDREDS OF FLORIDA. ed duplexes on lake two bed space. For information inquire Sunset Dude Ranch, Hwy 15, St. ttISf.4SFILED.
at Brahman Hotel East Cloud TWinbrook
SOUVENIRS rooms each tile baths each one Estate of Rose M. lUdgelj- Sr.,
GRACE RIVERS GIFT SHOP sleeps six. school bus picks tip Dakin Ave.FOR. f You wouldn't be here iffen yon Donora.JI.\"RLUa1'-a. r.WRi9RsKenneth !

Highway 17-92 South at the children $75 monthly, also two I was insured with .. ., Hugh Khldden. Jl, Haln BONDS
City and Trudle St
overpass KUsimmee OFFEREDDRAGLINE houses partly furnished $50 per SEE THIS BEAUTYLarge Tampa

OPEN 7 DAYS 0 month' Large four bedroom completely RENT DAVISAGENCY Roosevelt Holmes. IS. K!".lmme<>
and Barbara Jean Smith. Ie. KUsljnmee -
farExshed> ranch boose. FURNISHED HOUSE TRAIL- 2 bedroom CBS home on :
FOOT famished motel Leo Jackson WlllUmo, 57, and
FOR SALE: ':64 dr. De Soto like separate nth ERS .and. kitchenettes. Also nice lot Tile bath, bullt-In gas
new, '51 .Ford pickup, good condition rooms, with private bath kitchen. Utility room and _.
reasonable. Bud and SERVICE $30 moats Sonset Dude trailer spaces. Pure water, carporte. One year old and in 114 Main St. or.-

John's Gulf Service, Main and Eanefc Hwy IS.,St. Cloud,,TWin- shade, central sewer high and the best of condition. Florida
Vine St. Phone TI 6-5842. 3/8 Yd. Racket Irook 2-1U3 dry. room and workshop. TOP VALUE HOMESFINEST
Oar rig is om robber a4 m all
66.WE GIVE TV STAMPS. TI 7-2794 BWWM* fcf week er nonth. Cot FOR SALE $10 DOWN BUYS IN KISSIMMEE

OSCEOLA OIL CO.1110 NORTH tea?". Aprt et/v I, North Orange HOUSE TRAILER Small Down 'LO .a S $7 MONTH

MAIN ST. TI 6-3941. Bleaoel Trail, .:-!-t-23-M and CABANA Payment $595 TOTAL 4 MEDALLION HOMES Displayed -

FINE WATCHES: Wide selection, LET US CLEAN FOP. RENT. Three room fumlsbf'dtotUI" sleeps six, on!lot 50 x 120, deep You can't beat this one. See at TROPICAL PARK

Bulova, Benton, Benrns, "rid heat
and,Elgin at Benton'a Jewelry. REFINSH YOUR FLOORS I
Rt. 441 5 miles east of Kissimme MAKE REASONABLE KisKiminee!
FOR THE HOLIDAYS. apply at Snyder's Dutch CASH OFFERBROWN'S OPEN ANYTIME now for sale exclusively

FOR SALE. Grapefruit and .JCltehen. Eddie demons .
or Phone: TI 6-2093 FOR SALE: 3 BR, 2 bath, CBS '
anges. A. P. Banta, 405 E. Bass Prices are going up $100
Street. FOR RENT: Two BR house unfarnished TRAILER PARKone house 2 years old, porch, patio, by Florida Realty Counselors.
RUPERTS in Kissimmee Highlands mile north of Kissimmee just repainted, many extras. Excellent soon!

FOR SALE: 25 sturdy unpainted Window Washing Service built-in oven and range $65 terms. 2525 Beaumont I. "
'to.- .
These date built
dining .room chaj s $4.50 each. t month. TI 72568.TRAILER TI 72316. up quality -
Snyder's Dutch Kitchen Rt 441 FOR RENT: Two furnished apart- FOR SALE I .
REST HOME; New management, ments, bedroom each. Inquire FOR SALE: House and furniturenear
5 miles
east of lC3uamee. FRAME HOME homes feature clean convenient
Martin Plant 1
newly decorated, rooms available SPACE 110 Bryan St. after 5:30 pan. f at Tangelo
SPEIDEL WATCH BANDS: When for short periods or permanent Park, 3 BR.2 bath $1500 cash garage lot 60 x 150 high and

you wear one, you wear the fin. residence. Excellent home FOR RENT FOR RENT: 'Apartment, reasonable *. down no qualifying. Call Orlando dry. economical electric I living.i -

est. Wide selection at Benton's for aged. Call TI 6-6011 or TI- Nigh and Dry, $15 per month one block.west of post office GArden 21758. Frank Hollingworth
second house north in Intercession -
Jewelry. 6-6612. ROGER'S TRAILER PARK City. Mrs. Muriel Turner, LOTS FOR SALE: High and dry, TI 6-4755 Cannot be duplicated at this

FOR SALE: GE TV 21" screen, NOTICE Is Alcohol a problemfor 1792 below Drive-In Theatre city water and sewer. Cheap-for
cabinet model call TI ? Call AA. TI FOR RENT: Furnished apartmentsat cash. TI 7-2279.
7-268 you 7-2026 or
Verona, close in, $45 Osceola County in Osceola Coun-
221 anywhere
after 6 p.m. write P.O. Box 642. St. Cloud.WANTED FOR RENT: Two and three room price
furnished convenient month up. i Court RecordsCOCRT
FOR SALE: 18' aluminum horse apartments 2 BR, frame, furnished, on small
trailer $425; "53 Plymouth hard. location.. Moorefield Building FOR RENT: Deluxe duplex; 2 i Corner Lot close-in, $8,500. ORDER ty.

top coupe $175.. James Hurst, opposite post office. bedrooms, unfurnished car-

4 miles west of stop light on WANTED: Carpenter work, new FOR RENT: Four cottages and porte utility, screened porch,.. 3 BR, frame furnished shade County State ve.Road Clara Dept.Tyler and et e4 Osceol final For details about these homes and prices and
nice neighborhood! 1008 Rosa & fruit 8000. judgement for two defendants.
Vine. TI 6-4331. \ and repair. Phone TI 72515. duplex furnished, six miles southof Undo Call TI 72704.FOR Dorothy, M- Hlerins VII. \VUlUm terms see the Host on duty at Parade Avenue
Kissimmee on 1792. Ida 4 BR, frame, fruit & shade on 1 R. Higgins, order restricting de
Slack. RENT: Frame house, five acre of land just outside City fendant.R. C. &taey: and wife v.. B II McTiellan daily from 10:00 AJM. to 5:30 P.M.
north of city et ut et mU notice of li_ pen-
in. rooms and bath, Limits, $12,000. den, cult to quiet title.
bedroom apt
limits unfurnished. Call TI. 6- Dorothy M. lIlvcInB vs WilliamR.
quire 304 S. Dillingham or call 8889. 3 Bit CB lot nicely landscaped, Higgins! adjudging defendant Incont.mpt FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS

Mike Stanko TI 6-2144. $13,500. Dorothy of M.court.Hlitrin T*. William
FOR RENT: Three bedroom two R. Hlggln. order to show eauceW .
FOR RENT: 2 room apt., furn- completely furnished. Several nice lots on Finley Ave, P. Tyson et al va. Wade H. INC.

ished, with bath. 217 private Palmway.entrance TI-, bath Inquire home 2609. Martina. Ave., TI-. Just North of Mabbette all utilities Lanier motion Jr. et aJ denying defendants'Kuton F. 2 BROADWAY Phone TI 6-2702 -,KISSIMMEE
private available Let us ahow you. Alex MacDiarmld VA
SNRINKING 65272. 7-2695. Strickland and Klltabeth... Strickland: ,' N.Y. Are at .topli ht eo- TW 2-8591 ST. CLOCD
SEE notice of Us pend.

;;;:: FOR RENT: 5 room house, furnished FOR RENT: Two room furnished

2 bedroom, 2 children, no floor apartment, screened, private porch bath, 510, ground Mab NELSONREALTY SEE THIS

pets. $60 month, TI 72050.. bette, TI 68583. MEN LARGE 2 FAMILY K. C. Moore Jr. Contractor
? FOR RENT: Trailer,large privatelot. since 1909INVESTMENT
FOR RENT: 6 room house partly famished dose in.
-- completely
Miller Building
-a & 8-- See Mrs. U. G. on Triangle
1ft i il Michigan Ave, or phone TI7- furnished $45 month; Also 5 double enclosed garage large
2347. room partly furnished $35 a Jaloosied porch upstairs can be Residential and Commercial Building
Happens In the best of regulated famtUcs, month or lease both $jO mo. on made into another apartment or

if you haven't Increased your fir* ipedolly. FOR RENT: Well furnished six yearly contract Contact Charles four large bedrooms. 9 Remodeling Repairing
the past few ears1 In the coverage N room house. Call IT 6-6181 after Hamrick at Cody Publications or Downstairs can be made into
costs could hand event a (lots, high' replacement 7:30 pjn. 2529 Highland Ave. after 5 pan. 4 BR single dwelling by unlocking 0 Masonry Work 9 Roofing
you an awful wallop | TWO HOUSES ON SAME LOT .3 doors. Lot 60 x 209

A new year always brings FOR RENT: Small furnished and 6 need paint andsome with lots of shade and 8 loaded
new.problems, but don't FOR RENT: Two furnished apart- 5 rooms "MOORE" HOUSE FOR YOUR MONEY
205 South
town, .
let your Insurance be one of them. See us. apartment near mets 114 Emmett St,two blocks repair.IN fruit tree
\ Beaumont? from business district. W.. B. INTERCESSION CITY Wallace Painter Office TI 7-2270 Home TI 7-2328

FOR RENT: 3 room furnished Horne, TI 6-8384, 819 Mabbette St.
>apt., private bath, gas and water Contact, Charles at

Included $50 month, 124 Cody Publications or

Randolph Ave. LOST '2529 Highland.Ave. 2 BR 1 % bath CBS Home, exceptionally ,
clean and attractive builts
FOR RENT Two bedroom after ...
: garage $ .
FOUNB in lUioJras steel refrigerator, BUILDING LOT
apartment fun Ahed. Phone TI. '
-tsar ..N.aura 62415. freezer, oren and cooking unit in Lake privilege, 319 x 459.ft. J high

LOST Bird dog in vicinity J ant: a ceramic tiled kitchen Urge dot dry, a beautiful spot to build oa.Morse .
FOR RENT: Two furnished apartments mat diagnostiq laboratory. FOR SALE: Four rooms and bath 80 X 1,100 ft

318 Brack. Apply at 418 Please contact Bob Larson U ,eoneerte block house, lot 60'xlSO $12, 09 \1 0 .

LrapfiInsaranceAgency s. Palmway. found, TI 7-2704. Dog has tag on high ground, 4 ear carport, I ( "
and innoeulation number. Just outside of Kissimmee. Good If;
FOR RENT: One bedroom trailers buyt Write Box 668 St. Good or WHo CorporatIon
and nice ; lots watch.
very landscaped FOUND: Ladies wrist near: TWinbrook 22121.
and trailer ape( L Wil'takechildren. Baptist Church,, owner may REALTORS APPRAISERS INSURANCE BONDS
12 Rainbow Mobile Homes claim by. giving description. and FOR.SALE: Two lake lots nice Ill. .. '
Next To The Bftak TI 6-2191 and Trailer Park K mile off paying ad. )(n.. J. 'S. .Norm, location, $SSOO.Terms if desired .:. .219 BROADWAY Phone- TI 72278CALL : I

East Vine Street, at Michigan 1518 Patrick. or will trade. TI 72220. .



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To 5e 15 Each.}Fords.75e. ; lJfIY/ll/lIIIIP/ r TI 7-2881 r va.wn._

I'' ad yeA...t...IDC' Deadline

( ) Per Inch. .. $1.l 0 _- >OQN TUESDAYS

Pge 6 The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, December 1, 1960

unfurnished 2000 sq. ft. close in terms
close in, $83 month.
Beautiful 3 BR country home, 4pules 3 BR 2 bath home located 3 blocks floor space, beautiful oak and $5,5

from town I from center of town palm trees, reasonably priced,
'%3,000 $11,000 100 SAD STORIES 100In owner 317 Portage St. 5 ACRES INCLUDING WELL
Commercial property on Broadway LOTS FOR SALE: Lakefront lots \
3 BR CBS home,, 2 tiled baths and Main Streets the last couple of years we have' heard h on Lake Cecile, all are over 350' FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED RENTALS

built-in kitchen, hardwood noon Building lots $500 up, terms $50 100 sad stories: "The. lake was so 'pretty deep. Also residential lots high

$16,500, down low monthly payments when we bought and now ."; "First Fed- and dry, city water, 63 x 132. ft KISSIMMEE REAL ESTATE

eral bad loaned money on the house so we .,.i', II:; Call TI 7-2495 after 5 p.m.

Check with ns for furnished and unfurnished Rentals. 0 thought .**; "I built on an extra bedroom .W+.r.. 4J FOR SALE: Furnished 2' bedroom '. 521 Main St. TI 63953TI

ROBERTSON'S REAL ESTATE and bath and then "; "But the m. House with lot on Sample Street. ..

TELEPHONE TI 6-4493 WIARTICLES owner .said .".; "After we started this Good condition, very reasonable.For .
324 BROADWAY business the highway "; "If we had only known before we I. information call TI 63388.

bought we could have :". 7.2230
FOR SALE: In Lake Cecile Park

2 BR CBS Home fully tiled bath, Bruce's
FOR. SALE: One Guernsey Heifer, WANTED: Good portable sewing And all these stories went on to end with .. so we bnilt-n kitchen, lot 80x175, lake TI 6.5631

fresh in January, 800 pound, machine. Call TI 6-4981 before would like to sell and get our' money back out" privileges, choice residential section

artificial insemination. Hale'sFeed I 5) p.m.HAVE quiet country living. Call

FOR SALE Mill. OPENINGS: For four deal But in almost all these cases these folks will have to lose TI 7-2495 after 5 p.m. Sunshine .Homes

_ FOR SALE: Two 1958 house trailers ers for Tupperware Home money in order to sell their properties.The .

i ; 20 ft. Travel Trailer Pal- Parties, two part time $50 per

FOR SALE: '59 Pontoon boat with ace Ranch Home 36 x 10 ft week to full time $100 per week saddest part of these sad stories is that in virtuallyall LOT FOR SALEReal 3 BR HOME FOR SALE

'35 hp Gale Sovreign motor, re Jess W. Parfrey, Rainbow Trailer commission. Phone TI 7-2896 these cases the mistakes could have been ..avoided by seeinga LARGE LOT HIGH AND DRY
value lot 93'
Large x
Park, TI 6-2&9. :
sacrifice for for interview. realtor. Realtors realize that satisfied clientele
appointment competent a
motes. Cost over $1400,
127', city water and sewer, well NEAR OSCEOLA GOLF CLUB
cost I is the surest route to increased business tomorrow. Real-
Water paddle cycle today
$690. 4
SALE 51 ,
FOR Jeep
: wagon MANOR WOMAN To take over located. in city limits. AU new
$350, sacrifice $150. Two 7% hp I' wheel drive. warn hubs, $495 Dealership in Kissimmee.: Prod- tors strive to protect the buying and. selling public from making construction in neighborhood.Good WE ARRANGE FINANCING
Also Correct Craft .
motors cheap. costly blunders.
with 35 hp Evinrude electric,: TI 6-4482. ucts established. Weekly profit t price for cash! WILL BUILD ON YOUR LOT OR OURS

,cost $1500 sacrifice $675. Selling: FOR SALE: 'Two bedroom house of $50.00 or more at start possi Phone TI 7-2704 or write Rt. 5.
ble. No investment Before you make a real,estate move, see your favorite Box 377. little bit better.
out. Sunset Dude Ranch on Hwy.1 trailer $550. Inquire at Baxter's necessary. Contact us for homes that are-just a

15, St. Cloud, TWinbroolc Grocery, Campbell's Station. Will help you get sUrted. WriteC. realtor.
-R. Ruble, Dept. N-5, Watkins TI 7-2230 TI 6-5631

FOR SALE: Large deepfreeze, Products, Inc., Memphis 2, Ten- \
cost $600, sacrifice $130; soft FOR SALE OR TRADE nessee. FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS COTTAGE FOR SALE Bruce Partin, Developer and Builder

drink machine slot$100. Bunk
1957 DODGE DRESSMAKING Evening Intercession City furnished'
beds, cots, rollaways etc, tractor ->.I : gownsa
,STATION WAGON specialty, 1206 Verona Myrtle 5 rooms, 2 !large 50 ft.Iota Turn
with all attachments, selling SUITS: FILED Jane Marie Prawdy. SO, Winter
out cheap. Sunset Dude Ranchon 9 passenger. Good condition and Van Marter, TI 72515. INC' right at post office second houseon Ha YttD.
clean. Power steering and Dennis l>Forei vs. Paul TUankenshlp Robert William Drayton 22. Win.
Hwy 15, St. Cloud. TW 21153. WANTED: Middle age couple or right in second block.: Sign in and Ruby Dlankennhlp. judgment. ter Haven. and Brenda; eloU
brakes. Will consider: your old Adamson. la. Jake Alfred.Jack ,
b ear as down payment. See it person to share house or rent 2 BROADWAY PHONE TI &.210% <.- TI 6-2712 window. Mrs. M. J. Mantz, 2650: .ilex MacDiarmtd in. Kitnn'. R. Ryrd. JO Enterprine* A'..,
Strickland and Elizabeth I Strick .
and Barbara Eady Stalling 2> ur-
-I Shop Kissimmee First today at 2' Broadway or call room. Mrs. Ever
RAFFIA TI 6.2702 TI 72664. way. TI 65274. FOR RESULTS .sEE' A REALTOR.FOR Beach. Jr Janice, non-support X>ren Vft. Elmer 0. Ayres ad V1 MarKello 1 CTDale Stueky AnnetteSarber, H Orlando.. 11

Evelyn Calhoun v*. Jar. Calhoun Orlando
WANTED: Interior or exterior non-upport Werner Schoeberleln.. $A. Rt. Cloud
Handcraft Supplies work. Write C. A. Mont, P.O. I John Little \s. Alice Little dlvorce and Jean Iris Hampton. 13. Orlando,t
Supplies Straw Bags -- .. Kenneth Watson Jai ks"n. X'.
Box 664, Kissimmee. Paul A. Tipple va. Mary Loulne Winter haven, and Deity lli"konv'tenth
Plain and FancyDRIFTWOOD POWERLAWN Tipple divorce < :29lnter Hat,n.
LAMPS RENT: 8 Brack St, unfurnished Conrlmnft Holcomb Lanier v*.
Thomas K Lanier divorce
One of a kind... LOW PRICES MOWERPortable FOR RENT reasonable to party with Homer J. btpple va. Louise E.
real references.: Fay Morse at nEALESTATE w/sr Whlpple.
CYPRESS KNEE LAMPS'complete 'irY..
Cable Lawn Master, Lee P Marcus X Powell -
with cypress shade from Bibleland., i divorce : w
self propelled, with seat. Won 1 Surety Mortgage Investment Cov .
$6.00. FOR RENT: Three room furnished Robert M !fc-mlth and wife, notice
FRESH FRUIT contest. Never used, retails FOR RENT: Trailer space with bath close FOR SALE: Lots 75x175 $1000. of lie penden
private ,
apartment State load I>ptand Osceola
SHIPPED DAILY $381. will sell $275. Call GArden patio, $10 month. Tip Top Trailer in, 401 Mabbette. $10 down, $10 monthly. Full lake Counts TB Loyal A. Jackson et al
Park, 17-92 South. privileges. Canal lots $1500, $15 order appointing appraiser
down, $15 monthly 75 x 125. Dr. ),1. U and Rebecca It Jewell
JEWELRY CANDY I furnished office. Sunset Dude Ranch Hwy 15, St. 11.154.45.FILED. SAVINGS
I quire at Brahman Hotel, East Cloud, TWinbrook 21153. Estate of Ross M Ilidgelr Sr.
SOUVENIRS : rooms each tile baths, each, one Don ora. Pa
sleeps six. school bus picks DaMn Ave.FOR t You wouldn't be here iffen you MtlUUU.K I.Ifm! .
I Kenneth Hush Khldden M Haln-
Highway 17-92 South at the children, $75 monthly, also two was insured with ea City, and Trudle Liopresto 63 '

overpass Kissimmee .' OFFEREDDRAGLINE houses partly furnished $50 per RENT SEE THIS BEAUTYLarge DAVISAGENCY Tampa Roosevelt Holmes, IE Kissimmeeand
OPEN DAYS month.Large four bedroom completely Barbara Jean Smith 1*. Kls-

i furnished ranch house. FURNISHED HQUSE( TRAILERS 2 bedroom CBS home on Unmet Leo Jackson WII tia mil. 67, and

FOR SALE: '56 4 dr. De Soto like Four separate furnished motel' ,&nd kitchenettes. Also nice lot. Tile bath, bnilt-in gas
rooms, each with private 'bath kit i c b e n. Utility room and 'I ...- --.
new, 51 Ford pickup, good con- "Dude trailer Pure water,
$30 monthly. Sunset spaces. 114 Main St.'LOrS .
> carporte. One year old and in
dition reasonable. Bud and
SERVICE Ranch, Hwy 15, St. Cloud TWin- central high and I
John's Gulf Service, Main and shade, sewer the best of condition. Florida TOP VALUE HOMESFINEST
brook 2-1153.
Vine St. Phone TI 6-5842. 3/8 Yd. Bucket dry. room and ,workshop.

Oar .rig is on rubber and on call and
FOR RENT: Apartments
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL- TI 7-2704 houses by week or' month. 'Cotton' FOR ,SALE $10 DOWN BUYS IN KISSIMMEE
Apartment, North Orange TRAILERand $7 MONTH
OSCEOLA OIL CO.1110 NORTH Small Down PaymentYou
Blossom Trail 7-2-9-16-23-SO MEDALLION HOMES
MAIN ST. TI 63941. CABANA $595 TOTAL 4 Displayed -

LET US CLEAN' FOR RENT. Three room furnished sleeps six, on'lot 50 z 120, deep can't beat this one. See at TROPICAL PARK
FINE WATCHES: Wide selection. YOUR WINDOWS AND cottage, large: patio, utilities 403 East Still St. or call owner the Parade"
tank. at
Bulova, Benton Benrus,Hamilton furnished. Large closet. well septic : TI 63996. Carroll St and Trail in ,"Homes on
find heat
and.Elgin at Benton's Jewelry REFINSH YOUR FLOORS Kiaeimmee
Rt. 441 5 miles east of Kissim- MAKE
FOR THE HOLIDAYS. mee, apply at Snyder's Dutch OFFER OPEN Eddie ANYTIME demons showing! n'ow for. sa\e\\ \ exclusively

FOR SALE. Grapel ut and or I ,Kitchen. FOR SALE: 3 BR, 2 bath CBS;

anges. A. P. Banta, 405 E. Bass Phone: TI 6.2093 FOR RENT: Two BR house unfur- I BROWN'S TRAILER PARKone I house' 2 years old, porch patio, I Prices soon! are going up $100 I by Florida Realty Counselors.

Street. RUPERT'SWindow nished in Kissimmee Highlands mile north of Kissimmee just repainted, many extras. Ex

Washing Service built-in oven and range $65 cellent terms. 2525 Beaumont built
FOR SALE: 25 sturdy unpainted TI 7-2316. These uptodate quality
dining zoom char $4.50 each. IL:1 month.TI 72tGS.TRAilER j SALE ,
FOR RENT: Two furnished apart- I FOR
Snyder's Dutch Kitchen Rt 441 FOR SALE House and furniture
REST HOME New ments,one bedroom each: Inquire : feature clean convenient
: management, FRAME HOME homes
5 miles east of lC3uamee. SPACE 5:30 ( near Martin Plant at Tangelo 1 1 BR
decorated available 110 Bryan St after pan.
newly rooms
lot 60 150 high and
Park, 3 BR.2 bath $1500 cash: garage, x
SPEIDEL WATCH BANDS: When for short periods ,or perm FOR RENT FOR RENT: 'Apartment reasonable down, no qualifying. Call Orlando dry. economical electric I living.i -
you wear one, you wear the finest anent residence. Excellent home of-
month one block.west'of post ,GArden 21758. Frank Hollingworth
Wide selection at Benton's for aged. Call TI 6-5011 or TI- High and Dry, $15 per .
in Intercession
fice second house north TI 6-4755
Jewelry. 66612. ROGER'S TRAILER PARK City Mrs. Muriel Turner. LOTS FOR SALE: High and dry, Cannot be duplicated at this

FOR SALE TV NOTICE Is Alcohol 17.92 below Drive-In Theatre city water and sewer. Cheap-for
: GE 21" screen, a problemfor RENT Furnished apartmentsat cash. TI 7-2279.
,cabinet model, call TI 7-268 you? Call, AA. TI 7-2026 or I FOR 221 Verona, close in, $45 Osceola County price anywhere in Osceola: County -

after 6 pjn. write P.O. Box 642, St. Cloud. i FOR RENT: Two and three room. month and up. Court Records '

apartments furnished convenient 2 BR, frame, furnished on small
FOR trailer SALE$425: 18''53 aluminum Plymouth horse hard-, WANTERWANTED location. Moorefield Building FOR RENT: Deluxe duplex, 2 Corner Lot, $8,500. COCRT ORDER .
; office. unfurnished car- I
opposite post bedrooms,
top coupe $175.. James Hurst, porte, utility, screened porch, 3 BR. frame, furnished shade County State va.Road Clara Dept.Tyler and.t a4 Oscrola final For details about these homes and prices and
4 miles west of stop light on : Carpenter work, new FOR RENT: Four cottages and nice neighborhood 1008 Rosa' & fruit 8000. Judgement for two defendant
Vine. TI 6-4331. \ and repair. Phone TI 7-2515. duplex furnished, six miles south lind. Call TI 72704. Dorothy M. Hlfrffin restricting m William defendant terms see the Host on duty at Parade Avenue
order -
---- of Kissimmee on 17-92. Ida 4 BR, frame, fruit &: shade on 1 R. HlKKlns daily from 10:00: AM. to 5:30 P.M.
Slack. FOR RENT: Frame house five acre of land Just outside City R. C. Maey and wife va. n H. Mc-
Lellan et ut et at notice of lis pen-
and bath, north of city Limit, $12,000. .
i in- dens suit to quiet
IS YOUR FIRE FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apt, limits unfurnished. Call TI. 6- i M HlKKina I vs William FLORIDA REALTVCOUNSELORS
quire 304 S. Dillingham or call 8889. 3 BR. CB, lot nicely landscaped, II R. Hlirg-lna.of adjudging court. defendant In

Mike Stanko TI 6-2144. $13,500. i.contempt Dorothy )L Higgins TB. William
INSURANCERIN RENT Three bedroom two R. Higgins, order to show cause INC.
FOR RENT: 2 room apt., furnished completely furnished. Several nice lots on Finley Are, I W. P. Tyson et al vs. Wade If. ,
bath home Lanler Jr. et al denying; defendanta'31aeDtarmid
i LI with private entrance, Just North of Mab tte, all utilities -
private bath. 217 Palmway. TI- Inquire 2609. .Martina. Ave, available. Let us show you. Alex vs. Eaton 1:. 2 BROADWAY Phone TI 6-2702 -
7-2695 I Strickland and Elizabeth Strickland.. N.Y. Are. at stoplight TW 2.6591 ST. CLOUD
6-5272. SEE notice of Us DendenaSEE
FOR RENT: Two r001Jfurnished I
FOR RENT: 5 room house, furn- bath NELSONREALTY .
apartment private ground
2 children, no THIS
ished 2 bedroom :
pets. $60 month, TI 72050.. floor bette, screened, TI 6-8533.porch, 510 tab-: MEN LARGE 2 FAMILYDWELLING K. C. Moore Jr. Contractor

NG ? FOR RENT: Trailer,large privatelot FOR RENT: 6 room house partly r since 1909INVESTMENT completely furnished, dose in Triangle Building

7.. ; ;; fIEE-g See Mrs. U. G. Miller on. furnished $45 month; Also 5 :I double enclosed garage, large
-- :. =,;= ::; = = =- -- = =: Michigan Ave., or phone TI? room partly furnished $35 a II I jaloosied porch upstairs can be Residential and Commercial Building

2347. month or lease both $70 mo. on made into another apartment or
Happens In the best
of regulated families
if haven't Increased specialty FOR RENT: Well furnished six yearly contract Contact Charles four large bedrooms. Remodeling 9 Repairing
you your fire coverage within room house.Call IT'6-6181 after Hamrick at Cody Publications: or. Downstairs can be made into
the past few years. In the event of a loss, high replacement 7:30 pjn. 252 Highland Ave. after 5 p.m. 4 BR tingle dwelling by unlocking 0 Masonry Work G Roofing

costs could hana you an awful wallop TWO HOUSES ON SAME LOT 3 doors. Lot 60 x 209

A new year always brings new.problems, but don't FOR RENT: Small 205 furnished South FOR RENT: Two furnished apart. 5 and 6 rooms need paint and with lots of shade and 8 loaded "MOORE" HOUSE FOR YOUR MONEY

.let your Insurance be one of them. See vs.. apartment Beaumont near tarn mets, 114 Emmett St,two blocks Borne repair.IN fruit trees. Office TI! 7-2270 Home TI 7.2328
from business district. W.. B. INTERCESSION CITY Wallace Painter

FOR RENT: 3 town furnished Horne, TI 6.8384.LOST. 819 Mabbette St

,apt., private bath, gas and*wa- Contact Charles Hamrick at .1

ter included, $50 month, 124 Cody Publications or
Randolph Ave. 2529 Highlaad.Ave.after 2 BR 114 bath b&S Home exceptionally -
clean and attractive built- .
fQR RENT Two bedroom garage FOUNDLOST 5 ,.m. in stainless steel refrigerator, BUILDING LOT

apartment furnished. Phone TI- freezer, oren and cooking unit in Lake privileges 310 x 450 ft. high

ref IfMII 62415. : Bird dog in vicinity of ani- a ceramic tiled kitchen large lot dry a beautiful spot to build on.

FOR RENT: Two furnished apart-', mal diagnostic laboratory. FOR SALE: Four rooms and bath 80 x 1,100 ft. .

ments 318 Brack. Apply at 418' Please contact: Bob Larson if | ,coneerte block house lot SO'xlgO' $12.600 .

Palmway. found, TI 72704. Dog has tag I on high groond 4 car carporte I)
ILupfInsurance 8' and inoculation number. just outside of Kissimmee. Good'
H.Morse Corporation
FOR RENT: One bedroom trailers buy Write Box 668 St. Cloud or
Agency and very nice landscaped lots FOUND: Ladies wrist watch near TWinbrook 22121. e
'' and trailer spaces. Will 'take Baptist Church owner may REALTORS APPRAISERS INSURANCE BONDS
1918 -- .children. Rainbow Mobile Homes claim by giving description and FOR SALE: Two lake Iota nice III
.. East Vine Street, at Michigan 1518 Patrick. i or will- trade.. TI 7-2220. '

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cal terms and surgical procedures RETIRED FROM BUSY LIFE I The Kissimmee Gazette Thursday December 1, 1960 Page 1\
Unite all of which was most helpful in GARDENDIGGIN'S

her government assignment as purchasing their to fertilize or
; 16. a high humidity mature form. If you have
agent! and buyer of pharmaceutieals Y growth and flower buds. By spraying bust, put on well-rotted manure,
drugs, medical saP overhead with a fine mist of ; cottonseed meal several times a
Retired CoupleBy plies hospital and laboratory' water you will increase the humidity year.
equipment. \ PAT DUKEIt
By the
t-. x o9 as well as drop temperature I
In September 1934, Miss Queen M1 .S the When the i
E. SYKES GOODWIN14n. branches of the Brooklyn Public is difficult to get ones mind on plant. '
was for government service : of Gardens
the amount
Library as Junior Librarian. How- definite item, these beautiful temperature drops Orange 1
James Stambaugh, knownas this short livedas as stenographer, typist after ., upon a water l lost through the leaves is I
ever career was crisp fall days skip mind Civic Group Meets
Miss to successfully passing a United my and
Dorothy Queen prior the lure of successful womenin reduced and the wilted stems
States Civil Service examination. ,< like a rubber ball from one fascination
August 26. 1960, when she joined leaves get swollen a&ain-good I
industry appealed to ber sufficiently little The Orange Gardens Civic Association
She assigned the to another. My gay
was to Legal Life
Mr. in .
Stambaugh marriage, ressides i condition.
to induce her resignation I
will meet tonight (Dec. 1)
marigolds will soon
Insurance Division of -yellow
in Orange Gardens, at 651 the Veterans S orange Warning. Do not out and I
Library get
from the Brooklyn Public a.
at 7:30 in' the OG Community
Administration in Washington{ D. hrs. stop blooming, yat last the little
Street Florida. .
George Kissimmee
and begin her preparation for a water in the middle of the day on Building. James C. MacGowan is
She began a most interesting. and career in the commercial world. C.. but after two years transferred ; white with yellow center mums the overhead misting. Why people! president .
euccessful caner in the service of This war accomplished by completing to the Treasury Department, Procurement t are full open, each day I stomptwo keep doing it is beyond me. Every
Division the Federal fat caterpillarsfrom Guest speakers David Hawkins
of big
or more
the United States Government, at
time I full
in business administration see a .going
a course -
Washington, D. (X, after sharinga at the Bay Ridge Hi&hSchool Supply Service where she was en my open Poinsettia. 1$ is blast I think, that Yankee is gon and Maurice Justesin elders in the
rather quiet and sheltered life gaged as secretary to the Chief of hard to concentrate upon one Mormon Church, will describe the
in Brooklyn and the CityCollege na burn up bis stuff and then I Deseret
the Purchase Division. Here she operation and of
but- purpose
with her parents, four sisters and thing
of New York. This maybe hell learn about this Flor-
six brothers, at home in the city followed by employment in various learned the fundamentals of purchasing ., ; ; a Calls are received inquiringand ida mid-day sen. After he re I Farms of Florida,the 335,000-acre
of New York and NewYork. and in 1943 was appointed ranch extending into Osceola Or-
Brooklyn, Camellias. First
industrial firms
private as secretary plants enough burned up plants. and
and Brevard counties
as Purchasing Agent in the ange
for a period of approximatelyfifteen off, it is going to how up the One more important item about
i maintained the church business
Lend Lease*Division, for the by as a -
Mrs. Stamb&ugh started her career years. Prior to her'' government of medical and other purchase 'storm damage and too much wa camellias do not have enough I in stment. The speakers will
as Miss Dorothy Queen when I service, the work Miss Queenenjoyed items required by supplies the Economic 4 ter. There are \hese tried and true space to get it all in-sheer here- be introduced by Mrs. Rita Hunt
she graduated from the Manual ,. the most was her last position ? rules about camellia culture. Avoid .the Kissimmee Garden Club with
Foreign Aid Administration for The public is invited.A .
Training High School and tJie l as medical secretary to the scheduled wateiing. Just because but the native camellias dependon
shipment to aid of community sing
Brooklyn Training. School for Li physicians and in the water etc and etc
surgeons under the Marshall Plan and foreign you every mulch from their native habitat ing and instrumental music will be
brarians. This training preparedher Brooklyn Jewish Hospital. There aid To further her C< five days don't do it to camellias. and not applied fertilizer. conducted by George Harris.
for service in the various she became with programs. Test when need it.
acquainted media career Bliss Queen completed\! -- to find they Chew over that idea for awhile Hostesses for the occasion are
--0-------: -1- eral semesters in the American How? Simple. Just poke your and stop chunking special camel Mrs. George Glover Mrs. Harold

University, Washington, D.c., in finger in the ground an inch or lia fertilizer on your prides, instead M. Wells,, Mrs.: Harry McPherson
the study of Principles and Practice two below the surface to see isit i throw on mulch of some and 11,... John R Semple
of Industrial and Government )IR. AND :MRS. JOHN STAMBAUGH is dry. If dry, not moist, then

Purchasing. Miss Queen/ received .. .. .. ..&. water deeply. At times I have been w9
BLENRON outstanding service awards and I tempted to inquire if a person
occupied with the "t the Corn Products Refining thought water deep meant to
citations prior to her retirement been so busily */ 1
tailored by.Palm Beach Co.ONLY 1958 for saving the United States : exceedingly detailed activities of Company, in, Argo,. J linoi.. Mr. give a spit bath. Most everyone I

$55.00SHORE'S Government and taxpayers mil I Government service that she had EZrskine was a congenial host and knows the difference between a .

lions of dollars by efficient handlIng I no time for matrimonial thoughts. made the honeymootier's stay veryenjoyable spit bath and a tub soaker bathit .,::1" i .,. ...... .,
MEN'S. WEAR of bids and awarding of con i However, she admitted an acquiescent and long to be remem- is the same when we water in -..r-.. :#.'...} '.>.:..\-..:... ."........ft.-o.':(-.,. ; ..
toward the attentions .' visitso gardens. Put the hose downon --"'.; "" ....... .'':
tracts for the supply of DDT to I attitude ,re This was followed by our :tJ- .., ;
India and other participating of friendly -Stambaujrh.. ; friends and relatives in Braden- the ground and let'er T P. Slow

countries as required(! by the International I Various automobile trips to Lake ton, Sarasota, Washington, D. C., that is, unless you are anxiousto fWl TI G

Cooperation Administration. i Tohopekaliga, Daytona. Melbourne} Brooklyn* New York, Long Island open up x new Grand Canyon
WANTED.RANCH I and Cocoa Beaches for swimming, City and Chicago, with over {in the flower bed.

While in Washington, D.c., one followed'cy musical entertainment, night stop-offs at motels at vari The time to watch watering camellias ... w lt.

of Miss Queen's interests was her I eventually' resulted in their engagement ous cities on the way along. the is late summer and spring ....
MANAGERFOR membership in the Washington i and marriage last Augnst. trip. -right now. The plants need lots ........- -+GAS

I Ethical Society. Then she met Dr. Returning from Chicago Florida of water to support their new
LARGE RANCH LOCATED IN SOUTH CEN George Beauchamp the Society's I James Stambaugh spent his> the. Stambaufehs traveled! growth and buds, since water not Jot dean, odorless even heating, you Just cant

TRAL FLORIDA THIS IS A COMMERCIAL ENTER- leader, through whom she learned I early years' in. Alliance, Ohio, through the Smoky.Mountains and only builds plant.cella but keeps Improve on Grwn'i Futl Gas heating appliances!
PRISE WHERE ONE MUST KNOW GRASSES AS. of the housing development in Orange i where he served his apprenticeship enjoyed its scenic splendor. They them swollen. When a plant uses
in WELL' AS ALL PHASES OF CATTLE OPERATION Gardens in the progressivecity as machinist in the employof returned to their home in Orange water faster than can be suppliedby Whether you choose central heating, vented wall

[ V INCLUDING IMPROVED AS WELL AS UNIMPROV- of Kissimmee-, Florida and de the Alliance Machine Co. He Gardens on October 9, glad to be the roots taking it up, a temporary heaters or other approved types of space heating

PASTURES. termined* in 1957, to atop off at then\ continued as roving machin )jack safe and sound. There with wilting O<;CUJ'S. My poor there.Is no heating. like gu heating withGreen'a j'
the Beauchamp's home in Kissimmee and journeyman iiVreasing "'
the wall and'many Azaleas suffering right now
certificates are
PERMANENT AND ATTRACTIVE FUTURE FOR on her next. vacation trip to thereby his knowledge. and 'experience momentos of successful ,career from this. If this deficiency continues Fuel Gas. __ .
PROPER PERSON. PREFER MAN WITH TECHNI- Miami Beach which occurred November
class machinist
as first in the Government. service Dora the plant may become sunburned
CAL BACKGROUND AND PRACTICAL EXPERI- 1957. Attracted, by the cli and engineer and advancing' him thy has found happiness in her and if bad enough just ,
ENCE. mate and warmth of November in self to higher paid positions with GREENS
new life together with Jim. Likewise haul off and die. FUEL
ALL APPLICATIONS WILL BE TREATED STRICTLY Kissimmee, Miss Queen purchased each new assignment. His business Jim is equally delighted and I Don't let active camellias wilt '
from Dr. of the
a ,
CONFIDENTIAL. career was interruped by World happy as he! continues/ to occupy I for one day for they just never
Florida Realty Company and contracted War I and his enlistment in the himself 'as architect, builder and I are the same again. Most of the .
REPLY CARE BOX 931 C KISSIMMEE FLA. GIV- with him for the buildingof
United States Army in 1918, ,t designer by engaging himself in bud-drop is traced to not enough
ING AGE, QUALIFICATIONS. STARTING SALARY her home in Orange Gardens Ohio. After his honorable .
Cleveland the construction of additions and water in late summer and spring.Sunburned
DESIRED. where she has resided since May discharge from the United improvements to their home. Both leaves look blistered,

tled 1958.down l Although to live she here came in and single set States Army in 1919, he acceptedan claim "lots of common interests so you can tell. To- help on this Porks Furniture Co.
appointment: at: the Edgewood habits idea the all over
blessedness h.e really felt )s and principles and you can spray )plant
$ paver
alone having made many friends in Arsenal in charge of its machine are looking forward to a long and the fancy word .for it is misting.
I Orange Gardens including the shop, commuting there from his happy life together. God willing." During fall months camellias need KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD
home in Baltimore when he re
neighborhood birds, cats, chickens,
HERE IS YOUR Sided for the next three years.
1 cows, dogs, and,,even a.rattlesnake
which curled itself around Subsequently, Mr. Stambaugh
ONE STOP doorstep to welcome herwhen her she made his home in Chicago and FREE TV STAMPS
arrived. Argo, Illinois, a suburb of Chi-,

SERVICE STATION Miss Queen's hobbie.lincluded sago, where he W_ engaged as
: 3t. a designer and builder. of special
WASH LUBE BRAKES among other things, swimming, laboratory equipment' and intricate
fishing, piano and the .
playing, at the research, .
ii 1 !I ''* WHEELS ALIGNED study of astrology. -J- laboratory machinery of the Corn Products! l ._ _, -,200 ..:TYsSIAsJLIO I!!! EACH NEW VISITOR ,' "
Either i by'e pr destiny1! In'June' \ .
Refining Company until his 'retirement 10.000 TV STAMPS TO' EACH NEW PURCHASER '
SEAT COVERS 1960, Miss Queen's appear. ,\ t :. j jt
in 1953. He and the former !

1 ance bathing at end'the Tohopekaliga recreation area Lake'occurred Mrs. Stambaugh traveledthrou&h I \ : t
Tennessee 'and -.other M' ,
BUD & JOHN GULF SERVICE just (in tlu.e to observeMr. ; f .
southern states seeking, a -permanent .
6' ] -
James .
MAIN and VINE 8T. Phone TI 6-5312 Stambangh as he. approached residence. Having- found and .: > .i i, : : :
the "Pavilion"
swimming.. Heretofore he.after had! selected the city of Kissimmee' as ...\: ..-.:\.-_: .:-- .' ,..,. {, 1""' : ".- -_. .
I best suiting their needs, they established ./
? their home:here in August I.4frt.J".qll 1 _!!!!!!.}: ..
j j" ".
\secrelweapon 1954. In 1956 they were com ,
pelled to return .to Blue Island' ,I '
I Illinois, because 01 the illness of I
his former wife who' passed away I j W {U
: : .. three reits.l later. Thelure of Kia-

for. anyone ,soiling. .. its klramee peaceful and life his;,.remembrance enticed. Jim of tc I i

cars,., ,- '. .' ".', return permanent:here settlement.:in Pekrna.ry 19,60?for! K I S S I M M E E ON_ LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA

'.}It. tambau h'r marriage tc: it '
\ ... .,.

cough.. drops }, Miss 4065 mile Queen honeymoon was followed trip starting by a :: ,'A ts.rl .r 3

calico ,, ;\,,:;; with Motel a, a week's.very stay delightful at"the'Erskine resort" at,, H I GH L A N .D S i: ,- ---::.. 3a. -

Ormond Beach, owned by Mn Ray : i

or cans of corn. l Erskine, a friend and former fellow t at. z. scrm
.. ".,: ; employee of Mr. Stambaugh's s o

_. :'?. $ ._' ."-'=./ .. .,
..Y 4-H Christmas Party .

Y .1 ;'.. ,.,:" '. Scheduled December 10 DOWN J
t '
., .\ The annual 4-H Christmas -
*- ** is-FACT! .\ advertising, Party will be held Saturday. December --
.'The secret weapon backing vp your :* \' 10 at 6:30 at the

., la our neWspaper -with .down-. to-earth, proven circulation '.,': County Agricultural Building. The
Program will start with a covered
.. .figures. 1!' dish supper. All leaders, club
i, -
Ja .
y oa
i i members, parents and friends are ;
: : ; invited to attend!, The event is a. :'r
dit.. ureau of
Our membership) in the..A Circulationspro- ,
..4 .' ..r sponsored 1 by the 4-H County "
vide you with safeguard> of knowledge. .raH knowledge ": ,.f Council and will have installationof ., -1 .. ,

of-where and to how .man Y.l peop1? le,jour advertisjng->in:isag e: ;>t county new and members leadership presentation. awards anda of! $64 = .. c r.,- ON LAKE TOHOPEKALGALOS|

surprise program. Program MONTH Y
Y' ;, Chairman, is Joanne Roe\ridz !fend -- ,,

\,: her committee includes: Judy .... ky

; Nq matter what you sell or the size of your budget, every ,. Kerr, Alice Cotton Debby.Abell: '

;.i' '. advertisement should be planned to reap the greatest benefits' / Patsy Bradford. Other committees- -' BEDROOMS :.1 i..w ; '
3 I.tanl:
.. ,.' are: Decorations..,Lorraine Little CucW f StoMNKkm
at the cash register. Knowledge. .,facts about the circulafioa field Chairman, Judy Roehrich, ,'""* *

audience trying to ;ell.. .gives an extra dimension: Piggy Acres Joanne Roehrich, 'r : ,
you are you ti
.. Faye Bumhy; Food Committee, ;
of confidence Judy Roehrich, Chairman, Eunice l.aN. 2 TILE BATHS aJr r
Helfiger, Leetha Rene, Doris .;TM 79t4 SMta < #!

Kempfer, Bonnie Brown; Cleanup !' -

,' A&'to see a copy of our aot-so-secret ABC'report. Fact-by-' Committee, Carolyn Sackhoff, ',' ..' V+ 92SO TOTAL PRICE ORLANDO

Dow Hodspeth Patty Spence, and ,
the [ oUr audited'circulation to ...
it contains 0 '
story .
factj ; ,. .,
.. : kIt ("' Tommy Jones.fSSTAL. ,\"f" .n.. .:
plaa JDOrc.cffcct1vc advertising. '"iI._ "" ']!u' -' _:t'I! .t Ttr .
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A twenty minute drive from downtown Orlando. and within eur' u a ,

ccmrflutinz distance to Mirtin JlcCoy and Radiation. Torn west UARTlN T ,
; DIRECTIONS. of South Orange Blossom Trail at Kissimmee Hithlands sirni >

/\fj.-KISStMMEE GAZETTE ,-,',' mile north of Kissimmee sty Units. Opposite New Highlands + :J ,' .
v .: J :: .
-, .., EleiBwtary School Phone TI 7-2621. ,
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._1 'Tbs newt paper is a l rfitmber of the Audit Burtaa of GrcolitJoo*, n. F F'teens .Hkn .fim' ffl&c .. .g i

poriadoa# of nearly! 4,000 pobfishers! advtrtltm, tad. advertmn* .. ___ Z3AToW M bi&-JrutfhZ: 5> 4
., w. Our eircuUrlon audited repihrlf by czpcrkaced ABC -;.' ,. VI'fJ\T.V"'j K13SIMM\ ?e:
iicala&OQ auditors. Out ABC report show bow moth! drcn ioa we ***-- the Last Vie- .. .

hiTt, when it goes. bow obtained, tad other facts tht ts3l.t, w&ittyoa !; Bash-Be Sore 'Y .
rr. : sine
fct' for your adyenaiat money whoa you 1IM.I'+ >? :; ,:: ,

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2>age2A The Kissfonmte Gazette,Thursday, December 1, 1100 '
I dT 1)(? i- & i 'Government Expenditures

THE yT W bi gl.nS sOn _
cUSSDDIEEGAZETrE' : Increase In Florida '

A A J.k. H. Perry ?t"erapaeeacTM By W18 PEtfDLETON. Revenues and expenditures of million: for interest on debt- ::"* ,

mto . city governments in Florida increased "Since expenditures of these
Offices: 24-26 Stewart Arc : WHENCE SENATOR SDdAT&tERS ?W away from the responsibility \
0 o Telephone Tilden 7.2881'C .. -Along with ill of Ute u. Of trying to whip the Administra ( by thirty-three per cent cities exceeded receipts, borrowings '
during the past three compared necessarily gained at t greater -
196047i eitemen ever Senator Jack Kenned tion's liberal programs through rears w
Entered u Second ClassMail Kattu- ?. wfen&g the election! is muchBfwvnfegon the $Oate. with a national average of rate: 35 per cent during the
O In the Post Office at Klntmmee. .FT.* over. the part Senatot Besides the Whip's job might about 25 per cent the Florida three years. At the end of the past
.. State Chamber of Commerce stated fiscal! total! debt outstanding
BSftttterf %nU pl4jf 14 tt* Admin prove 4s embarrassing to Smath- year
Published. Thursdays at X1ai b i, pktrksa' I I IJ 1 fetfcatien 1duMf the bit font ers as the Majority Leader's job yesterday. of thesecities, stood at $499,139.-
jrters. Kit.tloae friend ire talk did to Alben Barkley some 25 i "-A survey of 15 representativescities : 000, or $335 per capita. Bond issues -

LEO SCBtTHAKEB tat |*ou% It Cabinet boat for him yean ago when Barkley was called : throughout the state ranging approved in recent monthsare
.. or deal* to m to in population size from about not included in this debt total. I
Editor and HungerSUBSCRIPTION If. .fe* itat. en Push through a program that .
30,000 and including the larger "Although these figures cover
tot fieatte: at least giving him he .ida agree with for President -
-a tfce 'job of JUicritf' ..Whip, assistant Roosevelt.By metropolitan areas showed total only the sampled cities, percentage -
revenues amounting t 0 $223- gains and per capita figures
to the Majority) Uder. standing on. his own feet
RATES Senator Smsthers has made no Smathers. cln take a conservative 487,000. during last year. This are indicative of city finances
Six months 4&50; one year.. ".00: two years. $T.Ot public statement about. the matteriwhichis Florida went Republican, remember total figures out to "f 150 for each throughout the state."

r correct and proper.. So, ) approaen to his Senate work of the 1,491,000 persons living
CD DAY AND PEARL HARBORNineteen la I i the American: tradition that yet still maintain his high prestige within the city limits of the 15:>>
the to with the cities. District and county revenues -
aim every voter right puthis Administration.
years ago on December 7, the Japanese attack on Pearl -fee* (into! the public effic are not included.
Harbor brought war to America and shocked: our people with its disclosure holder's pnsiness, ire here and Comptroller Files Taxes, licenses etc, accounted
of the tragedy that can come when vigilence is lacking. Aogr.teke a look over hit shoulder for Sl35,5 3.000 and employee re-
It is a fitting date for Civil Defense Day. As,we pay our respectsto ... 'Fit bight with, Smathers eery Answer To Complaint .electric and water utility receipts .. '.0"'f
the dead and surviving heroes of Pearllia.rbor, let us re-affirm our W rtet attehtioft by the newAAalnisfattion. Murray Overstreet Jr, attorney for $82,490,000 and employee retirement < ; ....
resolve to be prepared and vigilant. Although he did acting In behalf of Ray 'Green, programs for 45,434,000."Expenditures -;
Attack on America could come without warning, swift and devast hoi\ "rO .along* with everything state comptroller, late Wednesday of these cities 'f'I
Ing. A massive nuclear attack against our military centers major cities In, &S bo Angeles .platform ht filed an answer to the complaint during the year totaled J250A56- ..'I
and industrial areas could! bring wide spread death and destruction nevertheless took on the job oi filed in a tax suit brought by own 000 or $168 per capita. Reflectingpart
despite our superior military strength. A strong Civil Defense with campaign itaahsttr for the South. ers of more than 23,000 acres of of the price paid for growth,
knowledge of.what to do, where to go, how to give first aid with a med- &_ worked hard and delivered land to prevent the collection of these cities spent over $51 mil JIM m'S BAR
ical and food supply would save millions of lives. i-inllitarr\prepar- eight states of ,the13_ that were taxes as presently levied. lion for the expansion of electric
edness could spell the difference between life and death for this Nation. assigned to him.. This gave blur. Oventreet said his client is water and sewer systems. Other FEATURING.Woody
Civil Defense i* not ft popular notion to every citizen. Some'cling 5"COtiQ SS tf&tklCAM INDUSTRY DEd/T-9. Kennedy ,87 Southern votes. Inview "without knowledge as to the matters principal expenditures of these Tyner
to the idea that war is unthinkable because nuclear'WeIPOnS are so > and things set forth in the cities included $43 million for operation
horrible. Others say "If such a war ever comes well all die, so why try .. -- _ u_ .. __ .. of *Jot i ot Noise abcut re- plaintiffs complaint" and "de- of utilities; $22 million At The Piano at the

to prepare against it?" - -- --- -..- countstboie. votes fright that will Veil beth mands strict proof of same." .for streets; $19 million for hospitals :MUSICAL\ BAR
deciding, votes put
Civil Defense leaden do not evade the grim vital statistics of pos The plaintiffs have claimed that and health; i$17 million for
him In
the House.
sible1 nuclear conflict They know that millions could die from the heat = yVhite the state law was ignored by the operation of sewer systems and THURS FRL-SATURDAY
and blast Bat they know the biggest killer would be radioactive fallout Too Late: To; Classify ft. ,' DOted here that the county tax assessor in making his other sanitary programs; $13 milt 8 p. m. to midnight

and ihey know that most of the nation can be protected against this by tost of Florida. to the Eepubli- I assessments of agricultural. lands. lion for fire protection and $10
the knowledge of what to do about fallout d1 : cans tfoes not'reflect m Szn ther' .-
Protection of human life and the minimizing of property damage campaign; abilities-.after all h e

are major civil defense purposes. RUSSELL.'.(PAPPY)'KAY < .; eotUdtft be .texpeeted to carry a-
;As Civil Defense Day arrives, it might} be Well to reflect oh the rotted 'political 1 magic,wand I.O'I l DE5tOP..Pf! 9RIl1.Jj 0 ca >
fact that your survival is lareelv Your business. No one in this free .Another'item In Smathers favor

country is-compelled to build-a fallout shelter. But you ean't expectone Motel operation, is a highly com.'.dia pliftL Be'genUt'with yirorself, is',his recordof' friendship with \
pre-packaged and delivered by your government Defense of the Mix; Kennedy during his term in
petltive operation. This :is. particularly you are 4 child of tfce tmmrseless' : M& .
home is the first responsibility of every citizen. true in Florida where the than the'trees.aad'the.stars the-:Senate*But, just as important .
( .
National Civil and Defense Mobilization Director Leo A. Hoegh I
: il his personal 'tie to Senator
traveling motorist has seeming '
you haVe a rlgfitlq iehfer, *, and
Has summed up what the individual should know and do to survive in .
LVndonJohhOl. consider
this nuclear : Kmitless choice no m tter. w1a\ whether 'or not it' ii l irityo.g, Many S\\
age ,
Blithers has been called to confer -
he be traveling
highway may doubt the urdvefle ia-Ainfoldinj1
1. Know warning signals. A steady blast of three to five minutes I ]Kennedy. And 'last
with Mr.
means "attack take action directed local! What makes 4 tourist thoose the ways-It. should,Therefpretbe at
probable; as by government"A
wailing tone or short blasts for three minutes means "attack imminent one motel and pass tip 'others' J pests with God,'whatever you com 'week' 'when the new Kennedy baby FOR HIM FOR HER FOR THE BOY
.... take cover immediately in best available shelter." How tin the small! individual motel ceiytf him tote And. whatever was' born Smatters postponed a ;
owner compete with big chain your l libora and 'aspiritionk'{ the scheduled trip t0 Florida, so that .
2. Know your community plan for emergency acti/nu n CdttON S
3. Protect yourself and your loved ones against radioactive' fallout operations? What can be done to noisy confusfoi\'of llft keep{peace He{ :would be available in Washington GOWNSPAJAMAS FLANNEL C SUITS

This means having a shelter against radioactive fallout U you live im*eU their guests, build goodwill in your soul, With.*ll 'th .tnrah fo*' farther talks with .the FLANNEL H I OR. O BOOTS
beyond the 20 mile blast area. Your local Civil Defense Office can give mike them return and to'recommend I drudgery and broken feArnsv1; it is' $ I
you free instructions for building inexpensive shelters. the place to others? still a beautiful 1'!World,Be cheerful: 'Now, In traveling experience ..11 post! Friends .would like to; see R
4. Know first aid and home emergency preparations. Store a two- my Strive tq' be blppy'Reading.f B BELTS .
weeks supply of food, water and other essential items.. have encountered some vniisual! efforts -: the gqesUhstincthfe him naked Attorney General WOOL -- T
5. Know CONEI,*RAD. This is the emergency civil defense radio mostly by individual ..o ri-. ly his a feeling. :of well-being. Reisponse lab.,that bites leads to the Su- SLIPS whole or half 0 SHIRTS
either 640 or 1240 on the dial, from which you would receive local ton that made their particular: ; ..bays hfe char,' has bee'soverwhelming. prtraeCourt.: '.Smathers is quali- WESTERNS Y PANTS
emergency instructions. place stand out in my memory and I fiedttey point, out, because he HOSE

When you realize these steps you will be safeguarding your 1 loved caused ma ta"send friends: and relatives I -' .. wasfene: of the .youngest Federal 'WESTERN -
HATS SHIRTS Jackets Sweaters
ones, and adding to our Nations total defense. You will be adding to bur there. dosfctarmg Rt3a Tests Prosecuting Attorneys in history.
deterrent power for peace. Among these were a neatly He received; his appointment. at JACKETS AND PANTS DressPantsShirts
The school children of Osceola County have been given kits with printed welcome card accompanying To Be Accepted the -age.of.32 ..fmmedia.tely.fur -
complete information on how to help yourself in > me'gencles. READ a glass of orange juice, a conSago Requests, for !i rinf.Vnder># leaving the Marine,, Corps at the SWEATERSDRfcSS ; SLIM JIMS FOR
THIS INFORMATION, it may save your life'and help save the lives or bouquet cf I flowers for the 1961 Agricultural 'Conservation close.set'Wfcrtd' War it Anothe "- THE GIRL
of your loved,ones. the .wife. An invitation to enjoy Program for .carrying out important Job hie frjendf would P SWEATERSBLOUSES cT J. '
These kits will also be available in the Post Office Lobby and :coffee and .doughnuts before kin soil and water cdnstrvfttion: practices like to/see him- considered: for is r' < SUITS
the City BalL ing in the morning as guest,of the will be accented'.beginning .that.of' Postmaster: General.If WORKA. : :
management. In one Instance I was December J., 1960, .,.according. to either of these. jobs is offered N .. v : < PANTS
GOOD; NEWS FROM ALEIERTA even served a breakfast of bacon an announcement .J>y: Clyde.' E. to;:Sraathftrt-and tao chances are WJCYERN '. >T; CRESSES r', (. 1Wl
,,. .. and eggs, toast and coffee on the Story, Osceola ASO County .Office it: wont ;J bhe: most certainly IRTS ''
Maybe you missed it but one of the biggest bits .economic good house. In one' ease,where. I. hid Minagerr U :. 'would turn it down. Few Senators' IVY LEAGUE S "r. SHIRTS j
news in recent months was a piece of paper .signed on August 7th : '-' Y .\' 1 .
made reservation in advance I ar- Osceola County has been allocated ever 'accept cabinet posts-they .
which spells Christmas all year 'round for a lot of people in the province rived to find book matches with $41,900 for. 1961 .to be used arti.too 'temporary* At the outside DRESSESHOUSE

Idaho of on Alberta this goaround.It and .California, Oregon, Washington. Montana and my name printed on them await- in cost- haring.with farmers to they are.good for only tight years SLIPPERS & SHOES ., FOR .' R .
ing my arrival in another I was .carry out approved conservation --,th n what? W th & a.thers' .r'L.. SLIPS

1 tubie seems feet that of It Alberta, stuff that has come industry up with and a homes lot of south natural of gas the billionsof border given a small package of .station practices. CosWharnJ'rates! vary Senate- seniority building up rap- EVERYONE .
suddenly wanted badly. Why Because natural ary, printed as personal note'paper by practices' 11>\always represent idly after 10 years in office it Sweaters, Slim Jims
it located
and.piped to the ultimate consumer ', is gas, once gets I with my name and the notation less than one-half the cost of installing wouldn't take him out a few min- .. .
of power something the U.S. northwest inexpensive could use and in a reliable big big source WaT. ."Our Guestw and the name of themvteU the .practice.. .: titer ,,ti decline something that WE GIVE TV STAMPS FREE GIFT WRAPPING
So in early August the U.s. and Canadian authorities agreed to buy Most establishments provide The initial 'sign up period will sounds! glamorous=-but has little
and sell natural gas, and cooperate in every tray possible\ expidiate attractive post cards with picturesof run until Jannary 15, 1961 and MuW in It bL 'S'DEPT.'SiOR'E
the transaction. Sounds so simple-untit you reflect on some parts..of the the motel and often the man* any farmer interested !in'obtaining > About, that job es Majority G! ,
world where such an obvious cooperative procedure would be almost agement will provide the postage. approvals or getting ;additional {Whip. If his Senate buddy Lyn-
impossible. Can you see the hassles involved for example, if East Ger- These are all little extra-added' information should contact. Mr. +i don Johnson; begged him to take 26 BROADWAY
many had the gas for West Berlin tAI unexpected courtesies that stick in Story in thi County 'UOfffieet lbheprobably; would But otherwise -

it Is both Canada and the States win and will cO1tlnue.winning your memory. They impress you the Agricultural Building, I;(+ :; he. would be better off to .: -. = ...
for a long time, simply by helping each other but favorably and you ehjofr telling ,
Which brings to mind one Blake A. Sagp a pioneer in this others about the experience all Cf .
business who started out drilling for oil and gas in Alberta nine'years gas which makes: it good sound 'promo-

ago with nothing but the oil in the crankcase of his j jalopy to.go on, tion.Many .
that plus a cool head and a knowledge of the drilling business. Today operators spend considerable INURE WITH CONFIDENCE I Isatvls
his Sage Oil Company Limited is doing just fine supplying a lot of gas money on costly full color :
locally in Canada and drilling for new wells in the hope of finding booklets and folders descriptive of
enough gas reserves to export to the States. their facilities or the area they

It seems to us that we need all the Blake Sages we can find on both serve. These are more or less run- .
aides of the fence. It takes a lot of hard work, and then some to pioneer of the mill ,chamber of commerce
for natutal gas these days and we hope that Mr. Sage and his ilk find type pieces that moat folks soon.
it and sell it profitably. Among other rewards we too win we the con discard. .
sumers. Because Blake Sage is another firm flak between. the Canadian At Ferry 01Su., host id, .' 'c tf. '
and States-side economies i Norton A. Meneher operates th ', ; .', :
Kingswood Inri Motel\, ah attractive <: '

WRAp iNG tT tip / colonial: \ type hostelry that '
bossesses both charm tad beauty.. '
Mankind has been hammering nails for twenty centuries at least Mencher Ekes to te different.His *
.-and been Spilling them ft the way home f melt the hardware store. guests find a modest small = :
Bat things are going to be different howl The nail has at last been folder that gets away from the v0 arisiawssKea '
tamed. In the first successful bul-cohtalne+ since the keg: (which b old routine type of greeting. IV it "fin
kind of unwieldy for the do-it-yourselfer) this Indlspotoile.hears froma entitled Desiderata'i and was '----.
brad to a four-p*nn f, remains as Inert ai ttoien nwefcode\mtil needed '
composed I believe by M a.i Ehr
for driving purposes, mans Opening! it the guest*edthe I.
This first functional nan-container In ntunan history is tone of &e following: OSCEOLA COUNTY
earlier triumphs to issue Irora the remarkable new combination research "Go taddly'..mtcl. the noise,end : IOF
lab think tank, experimental workshop testing bureau and pilot>> plant haste, and ..remembeer what peace .
just\ opened by the Mead Corporation In Cincinnati O. and inhabited ,
theta may; be in lU nce. As fir as
by a type bf packaging expert who is fasciiated only b,the Impossible
and too stubborn to believe there Is possible without surrender, b* on
Take the nail problem for ,instance.a thing.In earlier 1 packages, tails good terms with all persons.-Speak INSURANCE AGENTS-
poked through. This was because the "shaker"' your truth .quietly and clearly; BSAtIQ"$ I
pact package pointed them 'which used to make *com and JiBteo. to others.. eWf: to. 'the

designed a new magnetic machine every that would way.pack So the them Mead all parallel geniuses! dull their and ignorant Avoid;, they .toe and itr* : .
This put 86 nails fa story. aggressive
many more the same sized ackage however, that
it had to be made stronger to hold them.. persons; they are vexatious

Then these wizards *&*** the} single-piec; l dft. ut. container jto the spirit, u you.compete
with a bellows tcpba.t pulls Oit0 form yourself, with ethers ywi .may'become
a spout so you can oat
pour .
the nails as you need them! vain or bitter., W always1
After this we confidently. ? there will be lesser 'and greater I ILet
expect to see a syrup container and dis ' :, .. .
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thin J
that persons .yoursejf.- jEijay
woritiaake ;
penser jofc\ Mods sticky,'an egg carton:that-will open .t '- ? .... ,
the eggs for you when you want to achivements as wen as your;,plats. .
fry some, a means of getting* interested ..i. ... ..
freshly-pressed suit home from the cleaners wthoutmesaing it Keep in your tarn career .

even a cigarette package: you can open with one band and eject up one-- however..1 humble It. ira real : <. .-. ," .' : -:-::--: -- -', ; .. :. -- ,. '- "'
cigarette at a time. possession in. the; 'dajigii j *fortunes .
.The time hU come wbea, ee fuss packages of time. Exercise;cauti x.' H .( i r> fl JiJlettfHger Osceola Kathryn Herr Agency

don"t see what you. want ask rot'Jd- are. .concerned,: "If,youLEfTTS your business-1 affairs.. For. the J: 4 : ; j := 'i iri AgeRC)' Insuratics Agency Insurance 'Real Estate

world' is foil 4f.bfcstyi>Bt' let '. 2-Btoad*ayX". !. ".: I12Jol.T; Avd. st. Cloud122210th t: St Cloud 1114 K. Y. Ave. O St Cloud
this pot Wind; you to.what virtt.e .. .. .. ,
I 'ff', '. .. ;. : ."' ; J ,
there is. Ptr1 Q .torsogh -
FABRIC SHOM ideals. AM persons everywhere'U& 3l ,: S : :YTT: i; "y.y ft-c-x" **-."

New York Ave. et .11 i th, it. Cloud full p5fcaBydihot of \et btl\. Be. fdgtt!yourselt' !i&etUatt b= ;}; f .

A NEW ... .,
SERVICE Neither be cynical aboutloe.jForin (j '
outtc\ttG P CK U*p the 4iJ. \ fJ
DlUY: eatiintfsinit laRarlpreetalel"tita": :f,: ". '. .
A ON grass Take kindly the .totdicibof ,; :< .. :
Kyf 11e
fchd the years, gracefully surrender the .
Alteration* Dressmaking
things t? ytnitfl.-lfWMt\.st *k "
Flair s lzr the prvacy; of your ovrh orri8. of sp ito, a aleldtydsi| ,fa* -'.siiea. w e t Men >tester Mann ; 'ht liv; ; \
"THEN' deliver' red misf oHcfte. 'Bttt.ito c* :{J. .
I .
upon to pl ettona ear
yourself;} witfer Atrk.., l Agency A 4it1C)7
tW25262 St. CLOUD) : Many: fear are.*1 obrH.'bf- e 9C Ma 2 & ;& KisMmmea 102--Broadway jKissiinmee 114 Afafri issi1lH '1ee
aad 'lonliness beJ' nd.'a1hDlaome'
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2A The Kisiimmte Q.amte.'Tnwsday! December I, tHe I

.. THEUSSIMMEE WasMfigtonSeeSawBy 'l Government penditUres! :; '

On Increase In Florida '
.< ; GAZETTE .
A j... H. Perry 1.p.pstACTM WIH PEtfDLETON Revenues and expenditures ofeft1' EciUion for interest on debt:,--: :

iiiN in Florida in* "Since expenditoi of these

0 MLMU. : o y Offices Telephone: 24-26 Tilden Stewart 7-2881.Aye.' < ,- .-." '" '*" : /. WHENCE:-Along SENATOR with an :of SMATHERSt the excitement shy trying away to from whip the the responsibilityof Administra- ,creased governments ty thirty-three per cent cities exceeded receipts, borrowings -
during the past three years compared necessarily gained at e greater "
C illo4l ; : ever Senator Jack Kennedy tion's liberal programs through "-
'.. with a national average of rate: 35 per cent during the
it Entered as 8e-ond Clara Vail Uattw, winning the Election is much the Senate.
O In the tori Office at KittbnAM.: rim the Senator about 25 per cent the Florida three years. At the end of the past
speculatioa over. Whip's job mightprove
State Chamber of Commerce stated fiscal year, total debt outstanding
Smitbtri bill play !A the Admin. a* embarrassing to Smath
Published Tharsdsys at Eissfmntee, Fiona* I II Isttation the ben font the yesterday."A of these,cities stood at $499.139.-
during era as Majority Leader's job
1 .', A of 15 representatives 000, or $335 capita. Bond issues -
friend survey per
I years.. His close are talk- did to Alben Barkley some 25
cities throughout the state, rang approved in recent monthsare
[In kuiabI e\ tot him when called :
LEO SC&tTMAKEB "- ? post \ years ago Barkley was
ing in population size from about not included in this debt total.
Editor and ManagerBUBSCRTPTtoN or if h* abould decide to stay Intei on to push through a program that "
30,000 and including the larger "Although these figures cover
Senate at least giving him h* didn"t agree with for Presi
showed total only the sampled cities,
<< the 3ob of Majority.Whip, assistaht dent Roosevelt. metropolitan areas
revenues amounting to $223.- pins and per capita figuresare
to the Majority Leader. By standing his feet,
on own
RATES 487,000 during last year. This indicative of city finances
Senator Smathert hM mad no Smathers can take conservative
Six south 42. 0; one year, $4.00 two years. $7.M a total figures out to '$150 for each throughout the ltate,"
public :statement !about the matter (Florida went Republican, remember -
of the 1,491,000 living
which.Si correct and proper. So, ) approach to his Senate work : persons .
within the limits of the IiI --
CD DAY AND PEARL HARBOR t in the American fadition that yet still maintain his high prestige cities. District city and revenues .
give every voterxUi4 tight; lo put with the Administration. I county
Nineteen yean ago on December'7,. the Japanese attack oh Peart hit hose into tAt public office are not included.

Harbor brought war to America and shocked our people with Its disclomri holder's business 1 we here and Comptroller Files I "Taxes licenses etc. accounted ,
of the that come wben vigilence is lacking. I for ;$185,563,000 and employee re- '
tragedy tan
bow:take & took over I his shoulder. ,'
It is a fitting date for Civil! Defense Day. As.we pay our,respects .. T$ begin Vita, Smathers tertamly .Answer To Complaint electrrt and water utility receipts .- ,:. "
to the de d and surviving heroes of Pearl Harbor, let us re-affirm oar rates attention: by the tie* Murray Overstreet Jr., attorney' for $82. 90OOO and employee re- :- ; ,
resolve to be prepared and vigilant. Aaministrttion. Although he did acting in behalf of Bar 'Green, tirement programs for $5,434,000.:
Attack on America could come WithouVarn1 g.wm and devast-; not "$4 along* with everything state comptroller late Wednesday "Expenditures of these dUes
Ing. A massive nuclear attack against our military centers, major cities In ttt8 tot Angeles platform ha I tiled an answer to' the complaint during the year totaled $250,150.- --
and industrial areas could bring wide spread death and destruction ,nevertheless took on the job* of filed in a tax suit brought by own 000 or $168 per capita. Reflectingpart ,
despite our superior military strength. Acivil Defense wits ers of more than 23,000 acres of of the price paid for growth,
for South.
campaign manager the
knowledge of.xrhat to do,where to go,how to give first aid,with a medical d d65nCON ds /3. worked hard and delivered land to prevent the collection of thes cities spent over $51 million JIM IE'S BAR
and food supply would save millions of lives. No military preparedness states taxes as presently levied. for the expansion of electric,
eight 13 that
-Qt the..
could spell the difference between life and death for this Nation. assigned to him. This were},n.. Overstreet said his client is water and sewer systems. Other FEATURINGWoody
Civil Defense is not a popular notion to every dtixen. Some'olingto votes.gave In without knowledge as to the mat- principal expenditures of these TynerAt
E550PA1ttiCANIDUSTtY$ { Kennedy ,87 Southern
the idea that war is unthinkable because nuclear-weapons: are so ters and things set forth in the cities included $43 million for operation
all ,_. .. ... view of a l lot of :noise about recounts : plaintiffs The Piano at the
horrible. Others say, "If such a war ever comes well die, so why try - -- -- complaint" and "de of utilities; $22 million
to prepare against it?" .. .. -- -.. -' -'-. ,those votes toight well be mands strict proof of same." ,for streets; $19 million for hospitals :MUSICAL BARTIIURSFRLSATURDAY
Civil Defense leaders do not evade the grim vital! statistics of possible the 'deciding_rotes that will put The plaintiffs have claimed that and health; {$17 million for
nuclear conflict They know that millions could die from the heat Wan !In the White House.It the state law was ignored by the operation of sewer systems and i

and blast. But they know the biggest J killer would W radioactive fallout, Too Late:- To Classify : must be noted here that the county tax assessor in making his other sanitary programs; $13 mil 8 p. m. to midnight

and they know that most of the nation can bo protected against this by lots of Florida to the Republicans assessments, of agricultural lands. lion, for fire protection and $10
the knowledge of what to do about fallout. tbr tfoes! hot:reflect on Smather's

Protection of human life and the minimizing of property damage I .campaign abilities-:after all beeaatldn't

are major civil defense purposes. x RUSSELL;:.-(PAPPY-HAY *. .... ". I be texpected ,to carry around "' "
As Civil' Defense Day arrives, it might be well to reflect oh the .I : + political magic wand. .iNOP Iii ODE stOP..P' 911 RJ.lI
fact that your survival is largely your business. No one in this free . .Another item In Smathers' favor

country I is compelled to build a fallout shelter. But you cant expect Motel operation is a. highly! competitive discipline. Be"'gentlehis record of friendship with

one, pre-packaged and delivered by your government. Defense of the operation. This1 is particularly you art i ihttd cf.the,uniterse.nd Mr.1; Kennedy during his term in 'I
home is the first responsibility of every tttiz n. the-Senate Bat, just; as important I
true in Florida where the less', than the'trees"and the,"stars I
National Civil and Defense Mobilization Director Leo A. Hoegh ;
U 'his personal tie to Senator
motorist has seeming ',
traveling you haYtf a rigftt'to( Jbe' h'i6, and
has summed up what the individual should know and do to survive in ,! tendon Johnson. Many 'consider' '
limitless 'choice no matter what whether or not it is fctear'to'you,
this nuclear age: highway he- may be traveling. doubt the itblierleiinfohdiag Bmatbers has -been called .t? confer ,I
1. Know warning signals. A steady blast of three to five minutes no I with Mr. Kennedy And 'lastweek'when
What makes 4 tourist choose the it should Therefore:be at
means "attack probable take action as directed bt local government"A Way *
wailing tone or short blasts for three minutes means "attack imminent one motel and pass "upothers!; peace nth God,'"haUvU,6U: con4ceive Smathers the new'Kennedy baby FOR HiM FOR HER FOR THE BOY
-- take cover immediately in best available shelter." How tan the small iIidiridnl'md- him tote.; 'And,.whatever was horn postponed a

2. Know your community plan for emergency: action;. tel owner compete with big chain your abort and;aspirationk"fn:th* schalaled trip' t* Florida so that COTTON 5 FLANNEL
3. Protect yourself and your loved ones against radioactive fallout operations! What can be done to noisy confuston'ofUh..k! iP.&d{ he.wouldbe available in Washington GOWNS C SUITS _

This means having a shelter against radioactive fallout. If you live 1mpieU'htit' guests, build good in ytaf lout. With'all theetaoish tot further talks with ,thePresidentelect FLANNEL H ( OR o BOOTS

beyond the 20 mil blast area. Your local,Civil Defense Office can give will, mike them return and to'ree. drudgery. and broken breams f it'ii I P PAJAMAS NYLON
ommend the'p1 .ee to others? Now, what about that cabinet w HATS
you free instructions for building inexpensive shelters. stilf a betnutlidl'arorid.B*cieertuK; CORDUROY ,
4. Know first aid and home emergency preparations. Store a two- In my trt.tuPeriefte I Strive to be h1 pJ!'.* post Friends would like' to ateamtd. R B BELTS
weeks of food have encountered some unusual efforts hint Attorney General WOOL ,.
supply water and other essential items._ Reading! the guest-Instinctive* T
5. Know CONEI,,RAD. This is the emergency civil defense radio, mostly by individual -operators ly has a feeling 'of Ste1l-beint.,Response J Job;.tat often leads to the Supreme SLIPS whole or half I 0 SHIRTS
either 640 or 1240 on the dial, from which you would. receive local that made their particular "hays- Mtncher,' has been! Court. :Smathers is qualified WESTERN S Y PANTS
emergency instructions. place1 stand out in my memory and overwhelming. !, the; point out, because he HOSE

When you realize these steps, you will be safeguarding loved caused me to send- friends and relatives .-> was:one of the .youngest Federal .HATSJACKETS 'WESTERN SHIRTS Jackets Sweaters

ones, and adding to our Nation's total defense.You will be adding to our there. .'.in9J.ests; : \ Pjfoseentinf Attorneys in history.He .
deterrent power for peace. Among these were a neatly received, his appointment- at E; AND PANTS Dress Pants- & Shirts
The school children. of Osceola'County have been given kits with printed welcome card accompanying To, Be Accepted, the :age. of 32 immediately after SWEATERS '

complete Information on how to help yourself in emergencies. READ a glass of orange juice, a cor' Requests feitbstihirintmder leaving the Marine Corps at the .1 SLIM DIMS L FOR THE GIRL :.
THIS INFORMATION, it may save your life and help care the lives sage or bouquet of flowers: for the 1961 Agricultural Conservation close -of. i brI4.War. IL Anotherimportant -
of your loved,ones. : the .wife. An invitation to .enjoy Program for-Carrying. out job hi, friend would DRESS P sweaTEesWORK '.

These kits will also be available in the Post Office Lobby!> and coffee and'doughnut before l leav* soil and water .conservation: practices like to see him considered for isthat BLOUSES ;. l Cl. SUITS
the City ing in the morning as guest,of the will be accepted. 'beginning .of Postmaster General.If !:. A :

HalLGOOD tai a management In one instance I was December J, 1960, .according to either of these. jobs is offered ; ** /DRESSES . V PANTS
; NEWS FROM even served a breakfast of bacon an annountemenC>;,,.by: Clyda. E. fa.Smathers-and toe thances are VwCjIlCItrf 'T. i" ., ,
."ALBERTA and eggs, toast and coffee on the Story, Os hla l ASO County Office it: wont be-s-het' most ,certainly : ?KIRTS -
Maybe you missed it but one of the biggest bits economic. good house. In one ease where IL hid Minagrr :' would, turn it down. Few, Senators; IVY LEAGUE s .. SHIRTS ,
news in recent' months was a pfece of paper ,signed on August.7th made reservation in advance I ar- Osceola County has been allocated ever. ',accept cabinet? post*-they .\ S I
which spells Christmas all year 'round for a lot of people in the province rived to find book matches with $41,900 ton. Ittl"' ,to .be used are.".t o-'te'' porarr. At the outside DRESSES

Idaho of Alberta this go-around.- and .California, Oregon, Washington. Montana and my name printed'on them await in cost-haring with farmers to they are:good for only tight years HOUSE SLIPPERS & SHOES FOR : .- R t
on ing my arrival, in another I was carry out approved conservationpractices. -- then what Wta} Smathers' L SLIPS
It seems that Alberta has come up with a lot of natural gas billionsof given a small package of station Cost-sharing rates vary Senate seniority building up rap .
cubic feet wanted of it, stuff that industry and homes south of the bordersuddenly ary, printed as personal note paper by practice but always represent idly after 10 years In office, it EVERYONE Sweaters Slim Jims

badly. Why? Because natural gas, once it gets located with my name and the notation less than one-half ;the cost of installing wouldn't take him cut a few min .
and.piped to the ultimate consumer, is inexpensive and reliable source "Our Guest" and the name of the the .practice.. .ute.tb detline something that
of power, something the U.s. northwest could use in a bigbig way. ; WE GIVE TV STAMPS FREE GIFT WRAPPING
meteL Most establishments provide The initial sign np period will sounds glamorous=but has little
So, in early August the U.S. and Canadian authorities agreed to buy :
attractive post cards with pictures run until Jannary 15, 1961 and future jn It '
and sell natural and \
cooperate in possible
gas expidiatfc
the transaction. Sounds So simple until every you reflect Vay on some to parts of the of the motel and often the man* any farmer interested "obtaining \ About that job as Majority, G! .O.LD'SDPT. STORE
agement will provide the postage. approvals additional Whip. If his Senate LynstoXt .
world where such an obvious cooperative procedure would be almost or getting ; buddy,
impossible. Can you see the hassles involved, for example, If East Germany These are all little extra added information should contact: Mr. Johnson, begged him to take 26 BROADWAY
had the gas for West Berlin t unexpected courtesies that tUck'inyour Story In thf County ASC:,Offfice It--probably! would But, otheriwiset .
As it is both Canada and the States win and will continue winning i memory. They Impress you at the Agricultural!Building<<, he would U better off to. : ... -.<< .. '

for a long time, simply by helping each other out I favorably and: yon enjoy_ telling I .: :. .
Which brings to mind one Blake A. Sag, a pioneer in this gas others about the experience all 61
business who started out drilling for oil and gas in Alberta nine years which make it good aomtd promo

ago with nothing but the oil In the crankcase of his jalopy togo on, tion.Many .
that plus a cool head and a knowledge of the drilling business. Today operators spend considerable NSURE WiTh CONFIDENCE

his Sage Oil Company Limited is doing just fine supplying a lot of gas money ton costly full color
locally in Canada and drilling for new wells in the hope of finding booklets and folders descriptive: of .
enough gas reserves to export to the States. their facilities or the area they

It seems to us that we need all the Blake Sages we can find on both serve. These are more or less run-
aides of the fence. It takes a lot of hard work, and then some, to pioneer of the mill ,chamber of commerce
for natural gas these days and we hope that Mr. Sage and his ilk find : type pieces. that most folks soon'
it and sell profitably.. !discard. .
Among other rewards w* too win, we the con
sumers. Because Blake Sage is another firm link between the Canadianand At Ferry on .Stite; Road 19. .- .
States-side economies. Norton A. Mencher operates the .

Kingswood Inn Mote), an attractive

WRAPpiNG 1 It UP colonial type hostelry that YOU d r v ,
possessed both there and beauty.
Mankind has been hammering nails for twenty centuries at least Heather Tike to be a ff tut.

-and been spilling them on the way horn = the nardware' store. His guests find a ,modest :small '
Bat things aw going to b* different fro' nail his at last been folder that Zeta away from the lur i 1 tor' it i

tamed. In the first successful' naiUx htalnef' since the keg (which b old routine"-typo of greeting.

kind of unwieldy for the dolt-yourseltes) this indispofcabie n.. from entitled "Desi etata.- and wit raasKae'c
a brad to a our-ptnny,remains as Inert ai ftoien nesBefcodo fcnbl needed composed I believe by Max EbKmann.

f driving purposes, it the read
Opening gets ; 'c
This first functional nail-container In numan+ history is tme of the! the following: OSCEOLA COUNTY
earlier triumphs to iasuelrom the remarkable new combination research "Go pUddly'amid. the noise and

lab, think tank experimental workshop, testing bureau and pilot plant haste and .remembeer what peace .
just opened by tSe! Mead Corporation in Cincinnati, 0.. and inhabited there may be in silence..As far ..
by a type of packaging expert who is fascinated only by the '
without surrender b6
possible on
and too Take stubborn the nail to believe problem there fot Is inata such a thing. good terms with all persons.--Speak OF INSURANCE AGENTS
ee. In earlier packages, nuns your truth :quietly and cleariy; ASSITION
poked through. This was because the "shaker" .
pact package used to make a com" and listen:to others. eVtri" f....1 the
pointed them wbith
every way. $o the Mead geniuses .
dull and toa have.
igaarant they '
designed a new magnetic machine that would pack then: all parallel! ; ,and' : : : ,
their Avoid loud _
story. .
This s6 .
put many more nails la the same sized package, however, that .
it had to be toad stronger to noM them. persons; they are vexatious
IQ the J .
Then these wizards designed* their ingle-piec
with a beU** top that puns l out lo forfa dit-but container yourself, with,Bothers you may'.become '
a spout ao can oat
the nails as you need them! pour vain or bitter. For ,always
After this, we confidently there! will be lesser 'and greater -j'{ tfL"J.
: expect to see a syrup container and dispenser .
than ,
that won't inake >apds persons yoUtachhrements
you aticky,an carton '
egg will open well : . .
the eggs for when as as you;.plans. ... '
you you want to fry some, a means' of a 1 \ ar '- J;
freshly-pressed suit home from the cleaners without. ,messiiig getting-- Keep interested in your own career ,
even a cigarette package however bumble It is--* real '
you can open with one hand and eject
cigarette at a tuna off possession in, the 'chsjiRing i- .
..The time W cote wben si fares tunes of time. Exercise cannot:In I.u"f. ,, MeltlHger Osceola Kathryn Herr Agency ,

doI1't see what rou, want, uk for It" pac. ages are concerned: "It TonLEtFY'S your business- affairs. For: tin "A. ." l* rr '. -' ."I; *r. Insurance Agency Insurance Estate
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wortf: is foil! *r,bickkT".BaPItt \ let '12-Broad a''icy U t ..'liP> *"..1012K.T. ,Are. 9 St. Cloud 1222 10th5tt0 St. Cloud 1114 N. Y. Ave. 9 St Cloud
not blind' you:to whit 'virtue '.' '
FABRIC SHOPPNtsw then is. Many persons strive;i6r > ; : ..
t. !I ,
high Ideals. And everywhere liia11, : >: :. L ,

York Avo, at.t, I thSt. Cloud full of nerolsm Be yodrselt tApetiaBy > :". "j. ..- ,- 10"1 ;.t; 0:... ..,..., ."'... ,
: 136':tat feign! affeetfea. ,
A NEW SERVICE Neither be cynical ; ..;t : '
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in ties ff.rd.ef iU'aridity'M: 4is- .
AND blly8\Y: ) ,;:(>: ;: ; :
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Fittings irr-the Alterations pr lVacy 'iof ahd your Dressmaking own oill'o a of thing spirit tit:to 7eullltutd'. "a.t.sBeldlydu: 6&tieH,tnmisfortune. ,st'sthddeee? ng* \Viii;: a} 'N'e4i : tYMm' :: ;, ';'I.ester.Mtinn .:, : _:Da' .

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"THEN" dd V6reel "
upon torrtpletidru yourself>3 ..nthhik.'t trnhilthg i insurance Agency A cy ,
TW 2-52o2 St. CLOUD Kant fears .ire.'bora 'D1'tnat ,'219 adigay' -: ... t.l -:- 1 0 1Bro dwiy a Ktssimiaee' .102 Broadway Kiasimmee 114 Slala I.Kissimraeehre

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be). Remember LOVE is the most over broccoli and serve to 6. REDFISH FILLETS FANCY 375 Deg.. F. 15-20 minutes. Serves I The Kissimmee Gazette Thursday December 1, 1960 Pace SA :.
Important ingredient of all. We If you have the % cup fresh 6. -
hope you will use and enjoy these shrimp use as a garnish. com- 4 redfish (or other variety) CRAB PATTIES -
recipes during the and meal deliciously, serve fillets .
holidays plete this 1 pound cooked crabmeat (claw) : :
every day of the year. citrus salad, hot rolls. and apple 2 onions,'sliced thinly butter -
4 tablespoons -
SHRIMP AND BROCCOLI pie. 1 green pepper cored and sliced 1 medium onion, chopped around L
1 % pounds fresh broccoli or 2 QUICK CRAB SOUP into rings % cup celery chopped : ,.
packages frozen 1 can condensed cream of pea 2 tablespoons butter 1 cup soft bread crumbs

1 can frozen condensed cream. soup 1 teaspoon salt 2 eggs,beaten slightly
of shrimp soup 1 can condensed cream of % teaspoon ea h of ginger and 4 tablespoons minced parsley Osceola County L
BY ARI t-t H cup commercial sour' cream mushroom soup 2 cups commercial sour cream 1 teaspoon saltp
r U teaspoon salt 1 % soup cans milk Wash and dry fillets. Saute' oni- teaspoon pepper
H teaspoon white pepper 1 cup light cream ons and green pepper rings in but- U teaspoon ground ginger
% blanched toasted and white crabmeat, flaked I B1 ALMA tiETHERINGTON
cup 1 cup ter until tender. Do no% brown. tt cup cream
By f keeping our( Christmas slivered Almonds (these come ., U cup dry sherry Remove vegetables from butter. cracker crumbs ?r
Sarah -Alberson. always intact. This is the prepared in packages or'cans) Combine soups stirring in milk Sprinkle: fillets with salt and pep- I Look over crabmeat and remove
Home Economist American celebration and one H cup fresh cooked shrimp and cream a little at a time. Heat per. Place fillets,in pan or baking I any shell particles and connective KENTUCKY PIONEER HERE boasted that she never had fore-
State Board of hope always lives in our hearts (optional) and add crabmeat. Heat again 'dish with fat from vegetables. Ar- tissue. Melt butter and cook onion FOR WINTER When an energetic closed a mortgage .
Tallahassee, Florida ft"o minds as sacred. Since the Cook broccoli in salt water until (do not boil). Add sherry last. I'I range the vegetables on top of I and celery until soft..Add breadcrumbs little lady has BROUGHT FLAGLER DOWN-
kept an
Today we are giving you ] Is the heart of the home j just tender. Drain. Heat soup Pour in soup bowls and place a fish. Spread surface with sour crabmeat, eggs and pars- 11-room home for up, has Sturtevant bought "away back in
special Christmas or is up to us, as homemakers to over low heat; add sour cream, pat of butter on top of each. Serve cream Sprinkle lightly with ad- .ley. Add seasonings and stir \nTeam. had lawyer husband many, has years reared the wilderness," near what is now
recipes for seafoods and other our families love filled menus and heat again. Do not boil. Add with warmed crisp saltines. Serves ditional salt pepper and a little (If not enough to hold mix- a Barry College His daughter
fRh----3 -- .. _...- I,- .;_..1_ rh'v seasonings and almonds. Pour 8. --1_. paprika. Bake in moderate six sons and one daughter and finally -
May : add little in
'i:: ::: oven tire together, a more reached the age of 88, she is Julia Tuttle, did not move permanently -
into and until after the
I cream) Shape patties fry entitled to a nice winter's vacationin 1891!;
.I I in 1" of fat until brown. Turn and Florida For these reasons death of her invalid husband .
E brown other side. Drain on absorb- With an eye!\ to the :future that .'.
Mrs. Lula who with
AVE p Beatty Blakey.
s q r ent paper. Serve to 6. Good with her daughter, Miss Theodore'Blak- 'appears to have been more keen
hristmas these patties are baked potatoes arrived i than that of her father she bought
I Managers with sour cream, buttered aspar ville. 640 acres, northward from the
agus lettuce and tomato salad and river bank and including what is
the apartment at the home of Miss
sherry tarts. Helen now all of downtown Miami .
Bass on Church St, will en-
Ltt CHARLOTTE'S SWEET joy relaxation with friends of long Mrs. Tuttle's headquarters and
: POTATO PIE standing in the Florida sunshine her home until she died in 1898 ..
9" piecrust was the remodeled old Fort Dallas
<4< medium sweet potatoes Her home town in Kentucjcy; barracks on the river near the
ALE was named after her family .
1 cup brown sugar present YWCA the former Tuttle -
butter Her daughter a Rank I teacher .
Vi cup Hotel Her campaign to get
t)1\% r' each and on the Fletcher High School in his railroad
) ioFO i' % teaspoon og ginger Flagler to bring to
cinnamon Jacksonville Beach has obtaineda Miami was a long bid energeticone
year's leave of absence to be .
1 % teaspoons ginger She first sold J. E. In-
salt with her mother Formerly a
1A' teaspoon graham high in the Flagler or-
3 eggs, separated member of the WACs Miss Blakey ganization, on the advisability .
OD SZ O4 1 ... M 1 cup heavy cream also taught for ten years In Or- The clincher\ for the campaigncame .
Line 9" pie plate with pastry. lando High School with her good with the freeze that blighted .
a Helen Here's wish-
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED 'II X"ell Bake the sweet potatoes until soft. Bass all of north central Florida in
Prices Good Thru Saturday, December 3rd ( / H I Peel and put into bowl, cutting ing both the Kentucky visitors 1895 At the height of the cold .
Ii 0 Us into pieces. Mix with next 5 in- many more winters to be spent in spell Ingraham took the railroad .
'. e'J ,- gredients. Beat egg yolks slightly, Kissimmee. tycoon a basket of orange blossoms -
adding cream. Stir into potato mix- MIAMI'S FIRST WHITE which Mrs. Tuttle had just
ture. Beat egg whites until stiff CHILD PASSES When Miss picked in Miami He came
: IL b. L but not dry. Fold into mixture. Maude E. Brickell of Miami lied down, and the deal was closed '
_, I Pour into the unbaked pie shell. recently at the age of 89, it was She gave him 100 acres for his -
". \ = Voc Bake in moderate oven, 350 degrees recalled that she was believed to railroad station (the same horrible
t I P., for 1 hour or until centeris be the first white child born in one that is there today) and for
Pok firm, when tested with a silver, Miami, and she died in the same his hotel She gave 263 acres
7 ;; '. J knife. To brown crust, increase house where she was born more in adjoining lord .The first
i .: \ II heat to 450 degrees Fn for 5 or She was the last member of a 'train arrived on April 15, 1896.and
more minutes. pioneer family which helped turna Miami was on its way It was
I!! == c Note: If desired H cup chopped swamp into modern Miami incorporated the following July
-J! I pecans may be added after cream Her father. William Barnwell 26.
S10RCOFF to potafo mixture. Brickell of Steubenville, Ohio,
G 3 YO tion of "Around The World in came to Miami by ship after the Mrx and Mrs. John Henshaw of
Ii ii CHo 't-Lb. 80 Days." War between the States To- Batesville, Indiana were guests .
0 =: UifFfMmmmiirt....... ICElilrlit I COI1 .49rtC gether with E. T. Sturtevant, father last weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Gay.
S C r 'I with; o SS.OO.a of Mrs. Julia Tuttle who took lord Palmer in Dellwood Park.
R' n10re Food Order Jose Greco To'AppearIn the leading role in persuading
Orlando January 20 Henry Flagler to build his railroadto
fi ,
?Miami William BricLell came How io keep
Jose Greco who played to a on a schooner loaded with building
m capacity crowd last year in San- materials They intended to sell
ford, will 'appear at the Orlando the cargo and return to their Ohio ,
With the long established high homes Instead, they both \ 5-
rj i' standard maintained by his com- bought land, and stayed on .. Soft and
L b. MAYONNAISECon. I pan). in the Spanish medium, Brickell bought 640 acres from the
: I Greco -can promise audiences a river to Coconut Grove and built I .
3 new and exciting production, en- the mansion at 501 Brickell Ave., New! ..
Ii Kraft hanced, this season by the addition which was Maude's brithplace and
of many new artists whomhe lifetime home Maude's mother,
Ii J has enngaged in Spain, for Mary Brickell, took full charge of
i i r 3 4.9; r JFiesf{ .39''Darlin. 9 29 ? this, his ninth trans-continental the family affairs _after her hus-
r\ "1.Sh r
I ( tour. band failed in a gfocery enter-
via I en In 9 Ql.'Jar i Q t. Jar The Greco program will offer a prise Their home became a
0''I food Order ii number of new dances as wellas trading post, a hospital during an
.e."y $5.00 or more Limit one with a $5.00 or more Food Order some of the old favorites with- early yellow fever epidemic, Mi-
emit I with 0 out which no Jose Greco produc- ami's first post office and a
CttO\CE I ; tion would be complete. home that was to be visited by
YOUR Senor Greco and his company most of the financial greats of the
completed their latest European nation during early-day, visits to Sanitone Soft-Set
SUNNYLAND. TEDNER, SWEET tour which included stops at; the area The Brickells gave
Paris, London, Copenhagen, Stockholm the city the right of way for beau- Dry CleaningDoes
I etc., in mid-September, af- tiful Brickell Avenue, from the the trick!
SMOKED ter which a brief hiatus precededa Second Avenue bridge into Coco-
a Halfor triumphant appearance in Puerto nut Grove On her death in Cleans through and through
l Rico' and the launching of this 1922 on the eve of the fantaStic gently flushes out the deep-
cross-country trek at the Brook- land boom she )left an estateof
down soil that dulls colon.
I lyn Academy of Music. Senor nearly $5 million to her six
\ 'I't l Whole Greco is remembered for his table I children 'There was $775,000 Soft-Set Finish restores the
top dance in Mike Todd's produc-I in unsecured loans Her friends softness the
HAMS' original springy
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+4 'iM" I fibres.
IJr' rA4i i Home DemonThe istration NewsAttention
I "\ a1 I ... There's no danger of shrink.
:\ ;) 4 JK.LU1' Bt I-- '- ,.;. 4-II Clubs of Kissimmee homemakers!
.fi1ji.f ,. ., 1 I young ing or matting our expert:
.. .f\ .,, ...., ,. ,,., .. .. ....... annd St. Cloud will hold their An- Don't miss the meeting at 2 p.m. them '
r -p '_. --/t-, :.. :\,,"" ..'-".".'.."I,.. I'w''I Iii.,!IUI!jWjWlHi......".",,I!!". .I $"'ill','.","111"1'101'.\! '",'.',1'.I..!IiI: :.H;!..-." ., ". ", "., ..",.".m""''Uln.," I M.In II,IIIII1I!! !:!'.IOOtlt'llnUnll.LL.33! nual Bangle Day Saturday, De-I on Tuesday, December 6 at the care feeling keeps like new! looking and ..
cember 3 the
in downtown County Agricultural Building
..9 ._ '. W-D "BRA DEDr I of the two towns. At this time I (route 441 at the Rodeo grounds). See for yourself Call us
they will be selling red bangles Club meetings will include in- Today
; to"help fight TB ana aid the fund struction on getting the most foe
i I drive of the Association. The I your money in food and other
;; BEEF SALE girls will also have seals for sale I shopping, home imptovement,
at, the various stations around I clothing construction and selection -
: town. Any size contribution will grooming t safety health, '.
I f ENDER. FLAVORFUL be gratefully appreciated. I family economics etc v
The organizational meeting will
.County wide 4-H Council election -1 determine interest. The club will
MORTON FROZEN CHUCK ROAST.LB meeting will be held Saturday meet once a month at a time suit NORRIS
: December 3, at the County able for most members.If .
I Agricultural Office. The group I you are interested, but un-
I DELICIOUS CLUB or will meet at 12:30 pan. instead of eble to attend this meeting, please CLEANERS
F R U.I T PIE 5 the regular 10 o' tock meetingtime notify the Home Demonstration ...
= because of the parade. At Agent, Miss Marilyn Dietrich, at Kissimmee's Finest ,
SIRLOIN STEAK LB. 891 this time the 4-L ra will elect TI 6-4181 so the group will have

their officers for the coming year. an idea how many want the club. Phone:. TI 65951 .
BLUEBERRY, Lge All Christmas Party Chairmen A minimum of ten is required to
Apple, Cherry: WAYS FLAVORFUL will make their final reports at form the group. It might be well 103 E. Dakin
Peach, Cocoanut Size 39 this meeting. It is important that to state preference of regular _
aH members attend--- meeting times as welt
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Page 4A The Kissjmmee! Gazette, TfoOTdag; December 1; 1900_ I

Dance Studio Offers' CONGRATULATIONS TO 1

Of Classes' r ..
Variety .
t 'rl Arthur Knutson on the
John and Frances ty for parents to realize tn!
operate and Instruct at the of modem ballroom
ennmee Academy of Dance m -the life of today's
1 If opened at 220 Broadway. From the first: lesson boys "
academy will offer classes girls: are made aware oi 'vJ
let, tap, aerobatics, modern ii social fesponsIBflilles 16 SftT .
and ballroom for adults and ( aswell as to adults. Par -
dren. will find att appreciable im. :. .
John, a member and in their child's confi .
rector of Dance and manners. This is an ,;. .,., :
America Ine, has been 'pan of the etiquette and '
dancing for the put ten classes containing Do's and '- .
has also trained dance & on the dance floor, intro ;;
He has taught dancing to etiquette for boys and TO' SPEAK IN AREA Major
professional people,such as a for girls. Edgar C. Bandy, who was edu
senator, a car-wax company The ,Mademywill also offer a taW in the public schools of
dent, doctors and lawyers.He coarse in the field of KiMimmee and Miami former
served four years in and charm and will be government agent and U. S. Intelligence ... -. M
force, specializing in by instructor from the Officer in the Air -., .\' '
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on radar and navigation and Studios of Patricia Stev Force, will be speaker at a series ,. l' : '- ..
brained and studied the Finishing School of Modeling of meetings in Orlando December '\! { ; .
ural field and practices it Charm. 411. The public u Invited -
liDbby.> He studied music and Private or class'instruction will to hear Major Bandy speak at f"i; :. ) -
thm_ for seven years, and available. Ballroom dance class Christian Missionary Alliance1 '
ed at regional neces's will be taught with a complete! Church Anderson and Delaney ; "
chain studios and for Dance system designed in stereo Streets, Monday.. December 5 ORANGEf'LANES
caters- of' America IMC. to give the best quality through Wednesday December
Frances Gregorian is an music. 7 at 8 ,.m.
member of the i national Entertainment for civic groups > .
tion of Dance Educators of also be provided. Lions Club LaudedFor 'iJ i'..'C : '
ica and recently attended ,
Public ServiceThe < \# ,
gional convention hi
Security .
C March and convention is looking forward to be To Be Here t lauded Kissimmee for {tit public-Lions'service Club was and .,t' ''(. ....-......_ : .,;:.::a;:;...-.:. ,_'

Orlando for the first time. Byron. R. Patton, district .man for having attained the position of .,' -( ., -. \.: ..:'
'convention's offer teachers of the Sodal Security Ad number 3 among centralFlorida : .. :.'.. ..
South an opportunity to stration District Office in clubs by District Governor Bill ,". ; -",- '
the very latest in dances will be at the Community Wallace of Orlando. ,
teaching techniques.She In Kfssimmee on Monday, The District Governor makinghis --_. ... -
began her training 5, and Monday, ecea- annual official the 1 : :_ : ...>:, ):: ,'.t'!:;.t.::::. : ,' ... .
still a little girl and. after 19, 1960 between.the hours of Kissimmeer dub, said-that the local : .
years she became an fcjn and noon. Lions had increased their '. 'L' >
in Orlando, later opening a This service is made available standing in the district.:race from SATmDECI3s
in Clermont. She gained a those who wish to apply tot 34th in 41 clubs to third place. ErR MIl.
eble experience dancing and survivors benefits, Following an informative and inspirational ; : 'i",
seasons with the Florida security account numbers, message, Governor .
phony Orchestra in Orlando. obtain information about the Wallace was presented. a' resolution '
The academy stresses. the eial security program. of appreciation for his sacrifice ., .1 P i4'I. '
-and effort in behalf of Lion- ..
ism, _.:. -
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Lion "Happy Mclaughlin". Local -
BOWLING SCHEDULE Jeep and- Rambler dealer was FREE DRAWING
reminded of the necessity,f his attendance
to help the Lion attend. \ .
10 a.m. C pjn. OPES BOWLING ance record in. a verydramatic
MONDAY 6:30 pjn, 12 fun. TEAM BOWLING manner. Through the courtesy of Register Saturday for these PrizesBOWLING
Ed Grissom Lion::McLaughlin was
10 *jnP10. OPEN BOWLING. hustled into the Grissoni ambulance ... .
TUESDAY '.,and carried to the meeting .' .
6:30 Pm12 pan,TEAM BOWLING : BALL
where Lion.Moon, the attendancdchairman : 'v- "
JB--6 OPEN BOWLiNG was waiting >; >
& p.m. > >
WEDNESDAY- p.m..l2 pjn. TEAM BQW.L'i.'iG' } the Lion Kissimmee Don Dulgar Transit-Mix, manager Co of, f : ,' : PRo BOWLING SHOES

18 *."*. *.**. OPEN BOWLING was selected as:.Lion of the Week .... > .;if''. ,
THURSDAY BOWLING last week) and tewart Chapmanwas '
tEAM .
60 PrtI* p.m. I -
current week. '
: .Zone Chairman Lion Bob Taylorof 1 v: .: .'
FRIDAY lft **** 12 p.mrOPEN.* BOWLING Pine Hills presented, the JLaon

Pin to Elmer affiliation Schmidt with.who the renewed Lions-. these firms who had in
SATURDAY- am. .1'*Qau. : IWEN. BOWLING, Club.Registration t.Jtis. .I from a part the obstruction '

Books .,
SUNDAY 12 Noon 12 Midnight OPEN BOWLING .
Have :.Been' Reopened ASPHALT PAVING '
... Registration books have been reOpened Acoustical; t Tile
PLEASE NOTE: 6JO pja. 12 pja.. Monday through Dorothy Barber Purdy, Roofing y
Thursday reserved for. team bowling All other. hours supervisor of registration. ,-. announced ,by II ,
for : b
are open.bowling. ? yesterday. '
BRIN'G TIlE WHOLE FAMILY.AND Mrs..Purdy urges all those who DALLAS ASPHALT CO. INC.[ :' y.
hive address Changes/. report .
ENJOY.. .YOURSELFl. them promptly so that the. voting. P.O. Box 1417 Sanford Fla. .
--- -- -- records can be accurately maintained '. ASS! BRAN ,
She also urges all those who
We appreciate fear support and p tronii are not now registered, and who Phone .'
can qualify/to sign up now instead : .
PHONE TI 7-2866 of waiting until just, before the

. next election l i ; Ii FAirfax 2-6134 or FA:2-7570ROOFING: BROS. INC.' .

," '- i k/. r For free estimates leave call ,

'" for Paul Moore at Tropical 1028 S. ,Division St.
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Congratulations .
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Tt 1tt i, lmtae 'q Jaxttfcf: ,""Thursday;December 1','160 Page 5A I, Fred C. Rogers and wife to Henry T. Simmons and wife to' Carrie Allen Grant: and husbandto PkfCt.AMAT10N -

H.: J. Mangum and wife, $9,750.. Allen D. Carroll aid wife; Kissimmee Earnest Moody and Roger Par- Galilean Shepherd ..WHEaEAS ,Peart Harbor Day
4-' -.. ..... I r xI hIm,' KtSMtte! ,'$450: *
Frank R. Hollingsworth andwife ;$2,5Q0.$ December 7, 1941, recalls to the
Virginia I. Reib to Robert E. mind of Americans a tragic ex-
Osceola CountyEstate and .John J. Robertson and Rood Investments Int, to Clyde of and
.Slough add wife, St. Cloud, 1800. To Present TravelogueIt ample preparedness
I wife to J. F. Henderson and wife, L. 'Pierson; Kissimmee, i$2e60ot', ,
Klssimmee \ i "Margaret Doherty to Richard H. 171IE tEAS, the dser of a turitUck -
1200. V. Christine Owen and husband i Schwartz and wife, ltissimmee.i is a far cry from the ancient'' rise on the United !antes
Real Sales *
F, H. Wolford and wife to Ew- to Harold A. Stephens and wife, i$11,900. hills of Galilee, and the pastoral is minimized by military strength

ing Littleton Kissimmec,. $500.I' St. Cloud,.9000. ,Reggie Coats.and wife to Sam life of the people there, to the dynamic and vigilance, but ia still a reality, -"
Gardens and
Orange Gardens,me. developersof 'lht5O to the Orange
days of the modem present
uel.Thomu wife St. Cloud,
a unique subdivision on tKei Civic Asan Blue Steel Tool Corp. to Mrs. Charles Vink and wife to John!. $1,000. and in civilized America, but those two WHEREAS total preparednessfor

i northwest: side of Kisaimmee lasdeeded Among the properties transferred B. J. Phelps, Winter Park, $800. Rambo and wife, Intercession City, extremes are covered in the span the defense of oar Nation is a
& an additional 416,000 wtorth $500. S. Roland Fries and wife to ol lifer of Stephen A. Haboush, a deterrent io war, and
Id I is bif d sanctuaryand
the D.
of property)" to a non-profit ewporatiou city a Fairy V. Newnua to Lee Louis Berson and wife $3,000()()() shepherd from Galilee who has WHEREAS, the iril defense
for the betterment of a: reflation pooL Property Renick and wife, St. Cloud $6,000. Calvin H*Webb and wife!to Ken brought to America the story of preparedness,>> of oat Nation is an
ft* area. transferred to ice civic association neth N. McGregor, Intercession Galilee and Palestine, as only one
Plans integral and vital part at our total
1. and wife, to Orange'Garden
Ralph Coope "
The .transfer of eight more lots included ft eommtoity build- 'Harry J. Jones and wife, $11,850. City, $1,500.Fred .. who was born there can tell it. j defense, dndWHEREAS
by thq corporation! to Orange >- Christmas PartyA Mr. Haboush is a native Galilean the civil defense
Garden Cultural Assn. Inc.' was Ing.All HaroldE. W. Althause and Dolly RAlthaus Christian. He born on the hills
Atlas Florida Corp. to was I preparedness of our Nation depends
diklosed fe oni..'m.rded at the of the transfers: lots: just for recorded Wigal and who, Kissimmee, to State Road Dept., $100. committee for the planningof above the Sea of Galilee, and in his i in largo measure of the efforts
office of plena ilerk. are vacant eXcept a Christmas party in Orange his father's flock of a
Rays county $10,760. youth, tended : of Federal, State,Cdunty and
This !Js rot the first transfer of one on; vhich shuffleboard courts t St.John's Church to State Road. Gardens has been announced.The sheep just as every Galilean boy City Governments working and
property by the corporation for are located. The association will Atlas Florida Corp. to Clyde Dept: $100.Tlielma party, scheduled ,for Dee. has done since the days when the planning together, and
public use. In recent years, proparty .determine for what recreational D. '1ukson and whe, Kissimmee, Elqise Osborne and hus- 22, will be held iff the community Master walked among men. He II
WHEREAS Civil Defense
the be used.Other re-
purposes lots are to
valued at a ninifawm: of $10,750. band to Kenneth L. Lockhart, Or- house came to the United States before the
quires understanding add
transaetions .
real estate support -
The committee, includes Wil- the outbreak'of the First World
t recorded id Ray's office included: Great Southern Industries Inc., lando, $1,000.Kenneth Mac- / of the citizens, and
fred Brisbln; Ed Ladue, Jim War and attended three of its universities. i
HAMMOND Ralph TIdwell and wife to For- to Edward J. Parker and wife, L. Lockhart and wife Gowan Harry McPherson, Jack And since his l first arrival -I t WHEREAS, the CITY OF KIS
est C.. TidweU and wife, Kissim- $10,900. to Walter J. Hamilton and jrife, Semple, Walter Trimmer, Marjorie in America he has returnedto SIMMEE of OSCEOLA COUNTYis

ORGAN '.mee, $\9'-.,-_ Earl K. Ames to Douglas J. Kissimmee.: $1,700.EdenontheLakes. Fish, Mrs. George Glover, Nora his native land eight times, and I fully purposes in accord and wishes with Civil W participate Defense -

SALES 6Elt VICE 'wiener Gostavson gad wife to Thomas and wife, Kissimmee, Inc. to Doug,: SeTis u, Edith Spencer and HazelU. his last visit, which was made a WV with the Federal, State and

LESSONS -RENTALS OrT l B. Keith and. wife, St $18,000. las Swann and wife, St. Cloud, Taylof; few months ago flying 17,000 other government throughout the
scheduled STEPHEN\ .
in of weeks
Cloud $1too. The committee has a a period seven HABOUSH Nation its observance,
Frederic J. Millett and wife to $13,500. meeting for Dec. 13. visiting the eight countries of the
See the Ha&mondGEHRBTT Orval B.. Keith and wife tc Deward Clifton and wife, Kissim Douglas Swann and*wife to Harry Middle East. He has written for * I NOW, THEREFORE. I JESS
Verne? GuaUvson 'wife mee St magazines and has spoken to great Dec. 7th at 7 'p.m. No admission. TRACKER" itAYOR of the CITY
0II1p1atAl and $6- $8,500.Hewen '.' Tzeses, Cloud, $3,000. OF KtSSIMMEE
but donation is Come DO HEREBY
800 f Birth Announcement audiences in many of the famousuniversities a requested.
A. Lasseter and wife Effie Davis toJesAe F. Higgins colleges seminaries early for a seat! PROCLAIM Wednesday, December
In Kb8t nm Tom Addiion Jr. and wife to to Henry T. Simmons, Klssimmee and wife, Kissimmee.$1,000. Mr. and Mrs Fred Usher Jr.,an- churches and schools in the United I 7.. I960, u National Civil Defense

J tio.6A Willa Mae Jenkins,St. Cloud, $300. $4,500.Catherine. wTe nounce the birth of a 9 Ib. 11 os. States and Canada. At one time he Children's CommitteeTo Day in this CITY OF KISSIM.SIEE .
Ktfer's tic and I
r Robert G. Goodman Fred III.Thursday, November24th traveled on the Chautauqua circuit and urge my felldw citizens
5-MOS .' OrWo Jesse W. LaUond and wife to E. Keefe to James C. J. R. Prestwood and wife Lough- son. Meet TuesdayThe to observe this day by giving proper
it Tampa.Congratulations with the William Jennings i
.' Jasper T. Eaton.and wife! ,.$3,000. Keefe, Htusvifie, $4,200. man,.$500. Bryan and other notables: His two recognition to the contributionsmade
I hqbbies are Archaeology and 'Photogaphy dsceola bounty cfcapter of to bur security by our
W 1 and some of his natural the Florida Children's Committeewill C 'J'Y'S. present and future plans
his meet Tuesday, December:6th, for Civil Defense preparedness,
color that
seen fn
scenes are
: to Arthur Knutsonfor Selecting Bibleland Travelogue of the Holy at 7:30 p.m. In the educattonal' and:by doing their share -to support -
.. { Land appeared'some years ago in building of the First Baptist the Civil Defense,of our. CITY
and of Nation-In
'. Church. our order that we
-t. **r,: *. : .* X the National Geographic Maga Mrs. W. E. Hettinger. county may keep peace through prepared
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is inspiration in the
; : an coffitoittee4 ptlljeets'idll b0givenat :
life and of A. ifr WITNESS THEREOF
teaching) Stephen that time: have
:. Haboush for everyone. His mes- Mt thy hand and caused the Seal
.: sages and pictures in natural color Miss of the CITY OF KISSIMMEE of
Patty of Orlandowas
4 bring to the material present the OSCEOLA COUNTY to be affixed
houseguest last weekend
ST'RAN STEELBUILDING story of life in Galilee and Pales of Mr. and Mrs. William Skinnerin this 23rd day of November, 1960.
tine as it was and as it is, the storyof '
Orange.Gid JESS
the Scriptures interpreted by THACKER
: one to whom the scenes of the .
Story of the Four Gospels are his :" '
native land. He is the author of s Later .
,L FOR "My Shepherd Life -Galilee", :
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.' Transcript appeared this state A- than youTNlNK1 :
ment "He enters into the feelingof
tha,most famous (The Shepherd
: Psalm) bit of the world's devotional \ !

ORANGE, : BOWL charm literature with insight. and ... '.

Mr. Haboush's messages on the Far Your
Shepherd Psalm and his "Chris- '
tian Palestine"Travelogue that he CJiR 1tA.S.; :
\ brings to our community in a few .. .
,. :' :: .. : I days are a distinct contribution to PORTRAITSSEE'
North American letters and to "
1J:1I.114A11NES: : moderns thought} He and hircharming '
; wife will appear in native cos- '

tume, the same costume worn by
the native Galileans fn the days of BILL SKINNER PHOTOGR/CRHER :

rffr-: : .... + .. r ., '* ;: H \ Gi'-'" .. professional the, Bible Story Travelogue, and present, in their the Ii I TI 7-2242 J4V2 ,Stewart, St. '

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1 Th*wonder* ofSanta Clafls nerer'ceasit'fortittle ..
*:. Cbmplefe 5'tel..strilduta1: systems / .. : girls and boys and long after the tinsel, the bells -
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T f' f ,CH I(.e Steel l and ,
er..y ype :< ',groove found in all Stran- joists .-
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*= RiA. d flame- 1umn... ,_ 1 rafter : V'*: : studs .is made by welding specially formed .: ,... ," of {he letter >rSant Claus. ."..

r. steel back to back. Standard,collaterals are -

aSS l mltUe Se .; .; readily attached by the ordinary hammer Everyone who ever believed, 'in Santa Clau. *.wilt.want, to;,:sf ld' .' :

,.' 1i.', .' i and nail" method. Framing members arconnetted is '
i- of these four colorful favorite d1 1cL :
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Palnlcd'. n .reo' ; -"-,- ,.by welding or self! tapping screws. '

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Art's Bar & Package' Store ; Kissimmee Hardware ,, <_"';;,,if .
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I and Mrs. Roy C. Graves ; : ',"_ 12 NOON TILL! 1 P.M AFTER THE" ,',
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>>)<).! ; 34 Z'! mM >>). H<< \O\EMBKt.t,Florida, will A_on JL.the lap.fled M day lane of t The Kismmmee Gatettd, Thursday, December i, 1'960 Pai 'fA

I.M.n Tne Count Courthouse in

Legal Notice cong; : t Kissimmee, Flor ordered and required to fOe'T*..rwritten ...d. who are ttfe of It parties tntweeted ..
said Declaration of

I BUSTlJESS __ DIRECTORY: I Oem lag. such., All oppoint Order as apprateers the the Court suit deemspepper. and and Complaint cause in answer the filed office in or the defenses of the above Clerk to"styled the of of in pubUeatioa enterprise the hereinafter of,will tWo presentpvof ' Notice

F parties to
.NL-n1t ;JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ala interested the Circuit I Court for the Ninth Ju- aad regiawr with the d rkf the
parties may appear .. ... .
CQUK1', OSCEt!: >UA COUN1T frLORDA aad M heard at the time U4d..ipated. place dual Circait of FtefMMu In ana frOoqoola 4Y'ault Courtof 0.. .. Bounty.Horlda
I ; CriANCEHk NO. ___ UbOUUB County, at his Florida. the fictitious name KU--
E. B&AUCHAMPand CATHERINE Yon, and each of xoa. herebycommanded Coarthouse in Kissimmee slam Jumpen Gymaay.- under
W. BJ: AUV-HAUpTliii wife. Plainffs. by : oa or before the 26th day of Uecoa- wtaifb tey are eBgated in business
to filing an
-- -- - -- -- - - - - -- ------------ ------------- -- --- --- -- -- ------------- vs. THOMAS II. HAHoRAVbri, Answer to the appear fetuioa heretofore bt-r A.ll.1 1960! and to rervt a copythereof 'aA North Orange *Hloora Trail.
et al. Defendants. SUIT TO QUIET tied In this canst- in the entitles o>i Plaintiffs, attorney Ktactntftao. Osceoia Coanty Florida,
SOCK 'ITLE NOTICE. 1HE 6TA1E O*' wboae name and address in eat oatbelow g[kte ana day of November, AD.
SAND Court on or before the 15th day of ;
.LOHJDA TOTHOilAS' U HAH Should you fail to do SOV >t>e- If".,
C4z8 DECKMKER. A. U 1960 to show
MORTAR MIX GRAVES,' and _. _____--:__ HAIt- what right, title, interest: or Hens cree Pro Confesso will be entered W O. TAYLOR

LOANS STEEL & WIRE, MESH Parks Fornltore Ca. WE GIVE TY STAMPS UKAVES whoa last, known his .ife.residence if married.and address ou,above-deeeribed or any of yon. lands have la and and stow tohe a Clerk mat of you.said WITNESS Court and my the hand aeal as o/-! Vov. 19.34.MILDRED Deer I-I.TAYLOR, '

For Prompt Repair of Ton I* City of Acton Marion County cause why the same should net betakes said Court at Klsstnttn Oleee IaCounty I 'tAIL FOR BIDS
REFRIGERATOR.Phone Indiana It any ef them btkving. I for the use and purpose set Florida, this Uth day of i Notice to Contractors of Kissim
with el! purchases and if any of them be dead their annown : forth in the Petition tiled herein. NoveJft Gtjg i 1itAt mee lad St. Cloud. Florida.
TI &-ZI U da>. or heirs devisees, legatees as- I \VITNKSS: buy nand and the Seal Clerk Circuit: CourtOiehla 1 Seated bids will be rrml theofIle
8TAI.LME.V ignfeea, lienors. creditors or oth.r of the Board In-
of said C HIrt'on this 8th of
< day
T{ 6. 579 a1rMs persona claiming through County. Florida 'Krnttln of Osceow County, Thaek-
AUTO by or under Nbveoaber, A. D. 1949. CT CT. 1
them; mad-any and all personsclalmrag QL'RNN RAY, < 86AU) e .A Ernest Sts.. Kisalmiae. Flora -
ANDERSON'SGARAGE any right, title, or interest Clerk of the Circuit Court Murray Wie O\orstreet.Plaintiffs Jr., up to 10:00 o'clock A.)(-. TuesDecember -
4n and to the hereinafter Attorney a 12, U".for Roof
The FirstNat'JBank property Ui osceuia County. .loriejt XI. *
P Box
STEVE.'StAbibtoR described in Osceoia County .lor- By s/ Ellanore 0. Jowers KissUamee, Florida. lgec ttggfp r Unit "A" of HighlandsEneWmarV
Ida AND 1O IT School Ktselmmee.
; ALL. WHOM MAYUONC&HN u PUt tents: Nov. 2i Dec. t- -151MB
: CVURT SEAL) Ftortda at which time and place all %
REPAID Lots ElerenII) and Twelve bids received will be publicly open
of NISSIMMEETRANSIT4UX (12) of ,Block three: Hunderdand HURRAY W. OVERSTREETJRCounty ed and read aloud. Bidders: spec1 fi-
Attor'hryIto SITH uu-iAt. cmcriT. IS
KIIslmmeeKeiia1til Saand Serrice Seventeen JIT) of the AM eaU ona are on rile at the c.tUDtJ'q\
\V* lake off md install Town of St. Cloud, Oeceoia r CVlorid&aed FLORIDA Office "-
Bermuda Ave. '
22 $
PeJeral Deyeaitlasaraaeo County State of Florida according i\ CH.*\CERr NO. :SBM w. B. STEPHENS
Cory* Phone TI 6-6 yt radiators : to the official flat ors&ld HtTANW. HENRY PAUL J(, DItAWUT and BOARD OF ,'UBLIC? INSIR -
1 922 Main St. TJ 6-5041 Town of St. Clond O <*'.ia Holland Building PAULINE B. DRAWDY. hte wifePlaintiffs.. UCTION. FLORIDA O OSCKOLACOUNTY.
County; ilorida. aa tiled in the "
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit "frllahasse*, FloridaOf Bj'a'W, B. Stepheaa.Secretary .

Gazette Advnttrfag PaysGREEN'S Gazette Advertising Pays .. Court of (JaCfl>Ia. Coanty.lorlda NOT Counsel 10-17-24 for De.Petitioners I aA YMOXt L. CITRON and* .
> ufAu&u.t. 17-24. Dec. 1.
on dial day ... NOT
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Sharpened Repaired -- REPAIRED Osceoia County. Morlda, in Plat FLORIDA TN THE?fAStEjOF THE STATED:TJFLORIDA Notice to Contractors- of Mlsaimmee
Book "B', on Pages 3) and J4 IN TOE MATTER OF THE ESTATEOF >' and bt Cloud Mort n.
FUEL Cleaned TI 62333 NOTICE Id ulVEN toatPlaiatiUa EULA P HEDRICK. Deceased TO THE DEFENDANTS: Sealed bids will be received at the
RIEDELFuneral have Instituted suit :NOTICE OF I\TK\TIUN TO MAKKAPPLICATION RAYMOND L. CITRON : office of the Board of Public Instruction
JACK'S STANDARD SERVICE STATION gainst yon in the above Court to I. FOR rt.SAU. 24$ Martin Drive of Onceola I County Tback-
Salts and Service Quiet Title In the Plaintiffs to the DI8CJL'RGI: Lj. VIIIa. Arizona er A Ernest Sts. Xlssimmee I ; Florida -
221 Emmett St. Across from Court House above described property, and that TO ALL WHOM IT MAY BffiHLEY era CITRON, ; up to ll0 o'clock A.M., Tu.da *.-
Phone TI 6-2171 6-7141 House you are hereby required to answeror NOTICE IS BYnr that 248 Martin: Drive >. ..ber 13. 19<0. for Structural
file H. Partln HBal Steel to used In construc-
KISSIMMEE your written defenses on or Henry his Sierra VUta Arizona be
f before December 12. 11..rUb. the report as Executor!: of the Estate: ofEul .AND TO ALL PARTIES' : CLAIMING tlonf UIk1tA" of Highland. Ele-
For Gu Delivery Phone 107 Emmett St. above Court and serve a copy thereof P, Hedrlok, deceased that he INTERESTS: BT, TlTKoUUH, UN meUary School Kl almmeeoi Florida
George Stroup TI 6-8014 on tbe below named attorneys, or has filed Petition far final dta- DER OR AGAINST THE ABOVE at which time and bids received
SUNNILAND TRAVEL BUREAU a Decree Pro Confesso will be taken that heu will apply to NAMED NATURAL wilt be publicly. opened and
R. Dsrls TI & 903 against yon.WITNESS the honorable O P JA&asoa, CoaatjJudge read aloud. Bidders specifications
B. A. Fletcher TI 6-5511 AMBULANCESERVICE ORMOND A. McABEE my hand and seal at of Oseeora County. OR CLAIMING: PARTIES TO HAVE HAVING ANY are oa file at the County Office
Jimmie Jefferfe r eu Bls immee, Osceoia County, 1 lor- on the 12th of of FIoriei TITLE OR INTEREST IN W B. STEPHENSAOARD
Ida this 19CO. for approval same a&4 cglrrO OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
November t. -
TW 22265 (St. Cloud) Air ins Tickets THE FOLLOWING T>KaclUBED -
t Steamship i GLENN RAV discharge aa Sjteeatof.of the Estate PROPERTY OF OSCEOLA
For Gu Service PhoneJ. : Clerk of above Court of Eula P. a ek, gBCBOLA SITUATE COUNTY. FLORIDA
a Ronntree TI 6-7574 Tours and Cruises ROGERS AND KEILEYeBy This eraday HBNBT of flee lL' _f' bep.. 1960.B TO-VVW: -. COUNTY FLORIDA. By:, W. B. Stephens

Robert Allen TI B-J084 nth 30 E. Pine St, Orlando Fla. CHerry 1.5S21 a/ Fhlllip R.4KeUeY', Executor] of the fjititir 1JI1N of Ltfta Not lit t of, 18 tat, IV Town and of 12 St0C94ela of Nor 17-24.Secretary Dec.. 1.

Leo Girourd' TI 7-2061 TI I Attorneys for P&lntUfa, Eula P. Hedrfekr deceahed., SA Comity, Florida. .

i'{. H. HaD TW%-60:,St.blond 6'32e1 P. O. Box .131Clssimuee. Florida.: .' 3tirrayIV.Attorney fOr Overaiteet.KxacBte-r Jr... .' in filet E. the Plat of the said

or caH H. T. Simmons, Ilrr. Nov. 1017Dec.. X. KlMlmmee.1 Florida Town In tM fflce of the: READ
Clerk of tbe Circuit Court in
TI &-%161II. Carl W. Riedel aad for Osceoia County Florida
J. Stanko TI 6-2144 For MI"JlUItlAl.. CIRCUIT: L" NOTICE l'O DEFEND 'l Lot 1 and 2. Block (1. accord-
R. Coy Conrad Ai-"*#011 OSCKOL4.; COCy1Y. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE i twp to the Public Records of the
ieASeSCaD i > State of Florida.
Funeral! Directors
1k : .. Cltaftcery'j. You, aM each .f you, are notified
WARgency >MER ELKIKS. that a ettto Quiet tit o the
of the State of Florida.. :UA Ef. UMB, Route 1, Box in. above described property ass bn
SSrCEOLA Wheville, Kentucky, endN1t.I filed against you, and yen are hereby
I) AGR1COAAC ZENITHSales I : COUNTY,A Political grJfaE'I The. ate of requtre&to serve a ouranswer SCIENCE
Subdivision of the State-of Morida. I Ins. You are I to the Bill -of Complaint. on I SOCIETY
F"EL OIL Petitioners.LOYAL hereby notified that a suit in equityfor the Plaintiff attorneys Graved &
& Service -VIJ- divorce) has been brought Patteson 2C9 Giralda Avenue Coral
The Nation's Leading Fertilizer Pure White Kerosene X JACKSON. et al.. against yott.fcy Homer EIKins in the Oablea Florida and file the orlgjjnal }0t N. Randolph
18% NORMAL PHOSPHATE Defendants. Circuit Coin of the Ninth Judicial in the office of the Clerk of the Sunday Services 11 a.m.
GROUND ,we give Burns Clean TI 7.2023 NOTICE OF* RULE ..1S1 I tlirouK in asd for County of Oseola. Circuit Court on or before the 23rd
1AA QUALITY School 9:30
NOTICE OK IMMINENT DOMAIN State of Florida and you are fty of December, 11110; otherwise I cnnuay<<
PHOSPHATE ROCK TV STAMPS PROCEEDING: r I t ref suMmened.. ordered ant required Ote allegations of said complaint Wed. Night Services 8 ,.11I.
let oar Ranch and Gror Jack Bfcss, Distributor Amoco Products IN 1UOR1TT THIS;!'NA1tE OK AND THE BY STATE THE AU-OF Jo fffle year wrtjtup aror will be taken as confessed against
.retls to Ontplaint led JM a.
It Spreader Serriee apply fertHiz_ J-LORIDA berets agalnat you In the e Dated the 17th day of November
et- and dolomite limestone.8EB 10 ALL .WHOM IT MAT CONCERN entitled cause la the office 'of, '4 1M. "
US HOW frOHGCOUOtfT and to all persons and parties Clerk of the Circuit Court in ec! GLENN RAY Clerk of the KissimmeeBonding
PRICES HEARING AID SERVICEand having or claiming any right for Osceoia County, Florida, at hie Circuit Court
4 title. Interest, estate mortgage or office in the court House in Kis Nov. 24. Dec. 1-1-15
sasFS V SERVICE 1 other lien toor in the parcel 1 of I simmee Florida on or before the Co.
Ranch and Grove lands hereinafter descrloea and the 9th day of December A,D., 196d and OTHE TO APPEAR
following persona with all unknown to serve a copy of such answer Or In the Court for the Ninth r 24 Hour' Service
for all makes and models
Supplies persona claiming by, through or un- defenses upon Thacker and Thacfear. Judicial of Florida. In and
Spreader Service uer known persons who are dead, or plaintiffs attorneys kerelg. whMe for Owcoofla It In Chancery No i FRED KEISER
who are not' known to be dead or address Is Box [627 KtaMBufie, Florida 6961. IJh'o James L. RohrerPla4atlFf.v Ph. TI 7-2022 511 Ingrain St.
Factory Trained Consultant available Tues- alive: on or before aM KISSIMMEEFEED. Loyal A. Jaekson quirts by law. If fall to do =
you ee Route No.1. Box 260 ALong .
... day in Kissimmee and Friday in St Cloud. 515 Main St. a Decree Pro Confesso will be en- Beach Mississippi. Notice to
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STORE .e.r. ..V Fla. tered against you for the relief deAliTBfcsa Appear. The State of Florida to GOVERNMENT
SRD A 0. 8y L Marie J. Rohrer. Yon
AJAX PLUMBING i are hereby required -
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PHOn TI 6-Z821 Evenings By Appointment Emma Jackson: ., \ my had as Clerk of to file your answer containing SURPLUS SALES
S15.Main St. -
said Ctrenit Court Ostenoja
Ofun- your defenses if any. to the
SUPPLY / Kissimmee Flav ty and tit. *! of said aoart at Xiseimmeerp Complaint filed against you In the ,.NOW aayeae eaa *.r HI
for $ CjiiAUr. PorM* on above styled cs-se in said Coxix. oft
6 s Lowest Prices in the Area" / HIGtlT OF WAY. the 7th :of November A. D, the iSth day of December. A.D 11(4. StRPLCS DEPOTS, kysail
SRD x 0.' Sal 1960 fer yevnelf or fer re
or a Decree Pro CoBf a0o will be
PLUMBING FIXTURES The West 7 feet of a parcel of land GLENN TlAT entered against Given under sale. Camera: *. Maoevlara,
VISIT ODICSURPLUS ST. CLOUD described as Beginning at a point Clerk of the Circuit Court my hand and seal you of said Court at ..ra. Jeeps, tracks .*....
/ SO feet South: of the Northwest signer r' Osceoia Count> Florida ,Htsslminee, Osceoia County Florida hardware, office naehiaea
DEPARTMENT of Lot S of Block 7. of Robert (Circuit Court Stal) November sad mtmlpMrat, testy 1elaad >
on this IS day of A.D ,
PIPES AND FITTINGS 1 Bass' Addition to the Town of Klsslmmee Thacker and Thacker 1110 _*-.f-th'........ .f ether .
City, according to plat recorded Attorneys for Plaintiff Item at a raettoa. ef their
1131 West, Chorea Et, In Plat Book "A page 4. Kissimmee Florida. As/GLENN Clerk of RAY said Court. rialaal _t. ....,. Kernsknuia

i Orlando Pierre GA -7167 STE; S LES: public records 'of Oseeola than k. Nov, 1%-1V |. Uec. 1. (CT CT SEAL) ..,.,.. Fer C.. tit haadrrds -
w / !Florida thence ran South so fet; Edward BrinsonAttorney ;' I t.: 8. Ge.erswertnrplns
.AA..4..M., .... ...._ thence East 100 feet; thence North IX CIRCUIT COURT FOR"ntE at Law Depots, leeated laevery
ANT (0 feet and thence"West lOll fein to NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Kissimmee, Florida !Sale and .verseaswita
the POINT OF .. G"b.g FLORID4. IN AND FOR OSCBOLA Nov. 17-24. Dee. lOTICK pamphlet.w (.eye.l' ..-
that part of said tract lying wttMb COUNTY IN CHANCBRY R. C Meat .. Skip Direct T.ley" .
SALES. SERVICE Cqmpetitively Priced 40 feet Easterly the survey line MACY and ADA MACY, his wife. > imni-R FICTITIOIS pins frorfimr. HOW
Radio and of State'Road :Off. Section I irtlOjt: Plaintiffs \s R. H/ cL&LLAN et S.t11l LAW TO BUY end hew t* get
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES said euryey IIn 't>;lng described as ux et ti. DefendaatB. SUIT TO TO ALL WHOM IT I FIlER. StKPLltt; Mall '2.00
Begin on the'North line of tie THE STATE OF "'LOIVDTO: B NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN SERVICES. not.N .
TV FURNITUREJCO.Klskhame4 Trailers and Trailers SV4 Of the NWi of Section 22, H ,McLELLAN and MeLELL that pursuant to the Fictitious *. Soo Rm. TO*. Albee BWa",. I IWe
PARKS Cloud Township 25 Booth. Range. 23 ,"N, his wife", If he be married Name statute" Section S6o.0* of the Wash a. U. C.
SL Built and RepairedComplete East, at a point 132t.CS feet If riving, and if dead, their unknown 1S41 Florida Statute. the under-
EAst of the Northwest corner ofsaid heirs at law, legatee*;jJevises and
alt 8H of N\\-U and run North grantees, residence unknown BM '
.' mobile weldingshop work guaranteed. ... :
CO degree 0331' East. 1929.15feet any and all claceafng tater-
thence North 00 degree eats b>, through-e or agatakttike 'I do all
Old Orlando Hwy, near livestock Market. 0't5" East. -14.S3 feet to the above named known peraona: types
THREE SHOWS TONITE Rt. 1 Box'298 A Kissimmee a North point line 132k rf.SI said feet Section East: of'the and claiming any and any all right persona title or having Interestin or WOOD REFINISH1NGUPHOLSTERING

Northweet,corner thereof. and to the following described '
LOU YOUNG WELDING CONTAINING, ISO square feet, more lands 1 existed In Osceoia County.!
t 4 or 1",& Florida to-wit: I

PRONE TI 6.e 9eRCTHROCK OWNEDBY; Loyal A.' tfackson: and to-wit: ,
Emma B. Jackson. All that of this Sotrtneast
TAKE NOTICE THAT A Declaration quarter oratte Northwest quarter Furniture refinishing, box springs *nd mtttrcsses rebuilt..
4 MK SOUTHRESIDEKTIAL of Taking has been filed In of the Southeast quarter of
'p.ALL pick-up delirerrBenrice.
the aboye-aty.ed. cause by the petitioners {Section :2, Towaahip 26 South, .
e a I the juirlnr autharUy In Range/ 28 Bait O ceola. County' .
these' proceedings the taking of Florida, lyinp! " West *
call collect
CYpress 3-4533
the above described lands, for the of the Kla 1mmee- Vineland
purpose set forth In the Petition in Rosa (State ReadNOTICE No. 4tt
portion of State Road No 600, in Plaintiffs hake instituted suit
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Osceoia: County Florida and that arainstou in the above styled 5600 Old Winter Garden Road. Orlando
The Hoaorafcle ROGER A. BARKER Court to quiet the title of Plaintiffsin !
Licensed and Bonded. one of the Judges of the Circuit and to the above described property 25 years experience

FREE ESTIMATESCHILDERS SEPTIC TANK CO.. Court la the Ninth Judicial Circuit and \ou are hereby summoned,


Culvert Tile for, Driveways

"Where Quality Connts* Septic Tanks-a size fer every need.

U MONUMENT OFFICE PHONES Tt 6t981T17.2121NIGHT Cement Work-280 Gallon Grease Traps "

PHONE TI 7-270

THEFirsl K. C. ROTHROCK 15 Years,Experience.owner and.operator. RmVblerSales Smash Records !

Located Klssiraatee Transit/Mix. : Cot '

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PHONE TI **t71 -f. .a .r _-L.-- Brand-new in '61! Rambler American ,

OF KISSIMMEE 4-Door Wagon. Rambler outsellsa9

cylinder wagoas.El7' .
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I John E. Carroll ) ATTENTIONNEW '
John E. Carroll-President -. -
U. S. Chapmat vice President _Assistant Cashier! and J ,1" _

Florence N. Stur7..:.Vice Pres. Installment Loan OfficerDIRECTOR'S ',; 'i cV.I -V V ..

U. S. Chapman JrCashierLoefle ; ; .

Emma B. Qairt-Asst.Cashier (do Bronson JohnE.Carrott ,t. :,-' ,, .

Allen D.. Carroll G.H.Prather Ems F.DaTis I + -C

Assistant.Cashier tj.S.Chapman itO.PartinHeraMr ; i :: trte. ___ _

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation K. 51 : ." -

Each Depositor Insured Up To tt 0.000 Balattea : ; ",?: : } :

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BE From Miami Gifted Spirit Ud aAd;Adriser. Reads Setting records because the compact: .
WISEr Top Qsafcly at feaerica's Lowest Price
Taut entire jlife..,past,' Present and fu.tureo: iritioat'aaking any -
Rambler offers threesizes to meet'
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: : jqnestions Itelpa 700 In lore eourtslUIMhQUh' and 'narrUje.Busuws ; every 1:

g i ECONOMISEExtra and ftapp* BpecnlaUons.nartiaees. She reunites r. the J separated:' causes speedy -jpufpose.! e. and help every. purse! c' -

If you need help coasatt} this blfted Lif. Reader! Ton gain V 37 straight sales records over year-previous months. Compare '61

t'd QuaUty'!.1iccs' resells ia Jut 0ao Tisit. K Starr remotesspeUa; ;'bad'lock, erilinflnescts .Rambler ;American V with other economy .compacts-all-new .

V '. No'JExtriTI ;."' : .u Sires JOt yourtlKky days and your locky numbers. ?'styling,:6-passenger room 50% more luggage space in sedans, AS low A5 ,
At Cyst '
Satisfaction guarantees! Locates lost and hidden treasure. Price "
i il.wlthia M 23'more cargo space in wagons, proved economy long 9Qor ,
: reach alL,Readme for white ajwl edored.' Permaatatlj .

: 64021 loctttd in bet own home. -:: ,- V. V --125J horsepower. ;

61 Rambler Classic 6 .V-8 with old fa MONTH
V f.Compare 1 o\ "low-priced"
OPEN\DAILY 'Z:3fi ajn. to ,:00> p.a.,: Saadays i2 noon to, I RunWw Aflw:x s Ostat 1-*S bs.HosMr' ptymrnbtwantod
9 pJff. Look fbr'the name on the HAND SIGN.1LOSSDM. ,0 f field.get the Best of Both:Big1 r room,compact ca ecojoomy, Itatel a.e"bd.r (Mnrarttfm*)
.' S rt 38 siette Mr jet ria Bonsai ,
,-priced far lower. Compare Ambassador or VThe"Iiigh'; l tleeetfedertf i
OSCEOLA CEMENT- V ---.s '11r'"S'.OR NS TRAIL .-,.,.performance...... luxury compact, with' w lrattyothbst tstersstt irate et1 btal tun,

I I PRODUCTS, 1N : : w '0 fU. NDb. 1 FL Rl A .. I ',. .. j&s R MOTOR CO J .2605' N.Oranqg Blossom Trail.!'Kissimmeew

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SA The Klssimmee Gazette;Thursday December 1, 1960 by to those of the present.! Modern In the Gardens. This should prove) Orlando hospitaL the. summer and early
I II I.edbetternks Patrons
living calls for modern practices especially true forthe newer resi- Mr. and :Mrs. Adalbert J. Leigh fell months in Ohi..
and time- ring methods.Although dents, in that they will know when ton from Cleveland, Ohio have On the tombstone of the athe-
we sincerely hope that such a and where these activities will be purchased the Ralph Richard's ist: "All dressed up and no placeto For Helping Ease P. o. LoadWith
thing will not occur, it may be held. The bulletin for December home at 1630 Janet SU: We web go,"
Gardens Jottings that at some future time we will lists a great variety of programs, come them as residents of Or- "I'll have to have a raise, Air," the Christmas mail load I said, "1 want my thanksfor
Orange have to be faced with the necessityof giving anyone who so desires to ange Gardens.Mr. said .the employee, "three com- hitting its peak within the next the fine cooperation from our
turning back to some of.these participate in their particular hob and Mrs Stanley: Kammerez panies are after me." few days Postmaster F. S..Led i patrons. The 1960 'Mail Early for
'' By old-time methods. The Civil De- by or sport activity, and also to of Rhode Island, who have been "What three" demanded the better Jr., (Beany) expressed his i Christmas' campaign will be a
fense Office is constantly issuing give an idea of what can be. pur- recent visitors of')tr. and $ ra.I II boss. appreciation today for cooperation rousing success if you'll just keep
ANNA REYNOLDS n instructions regarding what to do chased at our local stores. This I Charles E. Fenker of 1701 Janet "Light, telephone,. and gas," on his annual "Mail Early up the good work. On Christmas \
in case of an atomic attack and year our local merchants have i St., have left for a visit to pointsof I was the reply. for Christmas' Campaign. I Eve this year, I'd like to see every
the dangers of fallout following ; gone to great lengths to supply interest in southern Florida. Said the little doughnut to the "While it's' too late to talk a- mail bag empty and every Poet
-- -- -. such an attack. Many of these'Instructions i our current needs, particularly Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Boltz, whd big pompous' layer cake, "If I bout early mailing of Christmas I Office employee relaxing at.
The past decade or two has Dobbin H few oats or some hay, are similar to those for the holiday season and this have been renting the Behlen had all your'dough I wouldn't be gifts and cards" the Postmaster home."
been called by many "The age ol and harnessed him \o the buggy practiced by grandma and grandpa convenience should be. greatly ap house on Doris St.,have purchased banging rround this hole." said, "you can avoid disappointingyour I
gadgets. While these to called and away he went. The' same was of goneby days. Once again, preciated. Why. "gadgets" have proud to be very' the caw with grandma when she we will express the hope that it crowded stores when our shopping Janet St. They expect to move: American Home Christmas Day by using Air Mail. I
effective time-saver and of great wanted to make a batch of bread will not be necessary to make use needs can be so easily met into their new residence about the Group. To There's still time for local: deliveries I Hold Rummage Sale
convenience, they have intended she made the'dough., fired up the of them, but it may be well to right here at home first. of December. .1Ii. but b e sure to send all I The Susannah Wesley Circle Of
I in some extent to destroy some old woo:tuunning stove, and that give .a few moments. to think .. Mr. and Mrs. James Abbott of Meet Monday Christmas cards by First Class the First Methodist Church will
spirit of resourcefulness. When was all there was to it. Neitherone about them. Mayor and Mrs. Earl J. Redder Mukwanago, Wis. have purchaseda The American Home Division of mail, and do include your return hold a rummage sale on Saturday,
some "push b tton" mechanism of them was at a loss becausethe of Madison, N. J. spent the lot in Orange Gardens.Mr. the Kissimmee Woman's Club will address on all Christmas card en- December 3rd in the bungalow on
gets out of order, we are withoutthe car wouldn't run or the elec- HJs al lway '* great convenient Thanksgiving holidays with then I and Mrs. Arthur Paul have meet Monday night at the Rylander velopes and package labels." Sproule Street.
use of it until we can get a tricity or gas or water was temporarily to get the Orange Gardens Bolle- daughter and son-ln-14w"lIr. and returned to their home on 1609 home et Cypress Shores. Postal employees are digging
repairman or specialist of some turned off so long as the and unrealistic to compare the Mrs. Paul Oakes, of Orange: Blvd. Orange Blvd. This will be a Christmas party in for the final drive to get everything Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Durance of
kind to get the equipment work basic materials were on hand. (El- custom and practices of days COM We are happy to see that Mr. Mr. and Mrs.. Charles L. Zimmerman with an exchange of gifts. Gifts delivered by Christmas Eve. Miami spent the holidays with
ing order again. When grandpa ementary, "My dear Watson! tin so promptly with Its complete George E. Swinehart has returned have returned to their for Chattahoochee will also be received "Now that the end of the big Father and Mrs. A. L .Durrance. at
had to go to town, he gave old Of course, .it would be unfair listing of the month's activities home after being a patient at an home on 716 N. Catherine St after at this time. rush is in sight," 'the Postmaster St. Cloud. I IE


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Christmas Gift Wrap For festive entertainingMIRROMATIC .. For the Kids J


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'r 3 roll 98* ,' : 'ELECTRIC |:j jPERCOLATOR t' Red with white trim -,- ..

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chrome fender and 9 .

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