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The Kissimmee gazette.

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The Kissimmee gazette.
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Kissimmee, Fla.
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Vot: 67, No. 6 Z.teft.I ..a*Oae S**..*l.Bd. C..fT.Class M KUrtO.t.rKUmlmair Kissimmee, Florida, Thursday, December 8", 1960 r.Kutabllohed... TI..1'1VSM. t PRICE !TEN CENTS
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Martha Graves taid the Republicans really die hard *in Kissimmee, t .

having Santa Claus show up Saturday in the Chamber of Commerce's -_ .. fi v
annual Christmas parade riding an elephant.It .- -. '
was an outstanding event thanks to Paul Sanborn Chamber 9 tI _

manager that brought some 3,000 people to town despite! the chilly i'
wind that marred' an otherwise perfect day. 1 I 1JJ -
And the parade gave everyone a chance to see all the new 1961 ,

model cars, regular-size and compact at onetime, a fact that I thoughtwas F 8
an outstanding feature of, the parade. *
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_I R. JOHN HUGH MAKES ANOTHERR.


John H lh. who produced' and directed the only motion pie-
tare ever made in KUsimmee. "Naked in the San", which was made
several years ago as an Empire Studios production based on the
life of Osceola, has released another. '
This one, called "A Touch of Flesh", has a contemporary teen-age .
theme and Florida settings. As reviewed by* Boxoffice motion picture a. yy,. n
trade journal it was given pretty good treatment. The reviewer calls t
Hugh one of the most"promising'young filmmakers to come out:of the
South in some years. The picture has no name stars most of the actors _

coming from the ranks of television. SANTA CLAUS COMES TO TOWN And instead of Donner. PRIZE WINNING FLOAT The prize winning. SOUTHERN; ROTC Precise marching was demon
\ rated by Florida Southern College ROTC in the Christmas parade
Blitzes. and the rest of the reindeer, he tame astride one of two entered in the Christmas parade Saturday was sponsored by .
Two local youths Ralph Hasler and David McGonigal,
PRESIDENT McKINLEY'S DEATHEach ntammouth elephants as a highlight of the Chamber Commerce's Bros. It featured a mechanical Santa Claus astride a station at Florida Southern, are members of the squad.
annual Christmas parade Saturday morning. / bedecked by a huge plume and other holiday decorations. I i (Photos by Cooper)
generation thinks its problems are greater than any

.previous. Today's headlines are concerned with Russia's acting up ...
turmoil in Africa and Castro's cutups. \ F" Special l PublicHearing
.Herman Weber brought a copy of the Rochester New York Heraldby -- 1 : i '-. f
the office the other'day. Dated September 14, 1901 the lead story ? < ..1L
was concerned with the assassination of President William McKinley by \
the! anarchist. Czolgosz. To Be
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CENTURY STARTED WITH TRAGEDY For the first time in this county's of a local nature M

The 20th century started with tragedy. McKinley was a good history, a special public hearing Ia chief ion clerk bills,by must March be filed 28.

president, loved by the people. Wheq the news broke that he had will_ beheld to discuss local I Bledsoe, in a letter to
!been mortally wounded,. people thronged the newspaper offices to legislation to be presented to the county clerk warned "
learn latest details television having yet to be invented.. state legislature pext spring. measures introduced'
And when they learned that McKinley's last words were "God's That was disclosed by State Rep. first 30 days shall not
Will; not ours, be done" they openly wept. J. J. Griffin and State Sen. Irlo on the house calendar for

Bronson.,No date has been set. ation without approval of

Frankly, there has been so little committee."
TEDDY: BECOMES PRESIDENT local legislation in the past that Griffin said the plans

Vice President Theodore Roosevelt out of Washington r j it wasn't necessary to hold a special senator are considering
was
public meeting, but with the the setting time and
when the president died and since he would be president when he a
growth of the county both Sen. the meeting, the sending : L
arrived his destination and ita date r
were closely guarded secrets.
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While NARCE OFFICERS Officers of the: NARCE held their annual Bronson and I feel such a meeting to all county agencies
the nation mourned lively vaudeville bill
a at
was performed
Cook's Opera House in Rochester and the stores Christmas dinner and election of officers at the Orange Gardens shpuld be held," Griffin declared. on notice in regard to A\lAS MADE\ Mayor Jess Thacker is shown above
merchandise in preparation for another told'Winter.No were advertising Community House last week. The, officers are, left to right Morris An early meeting -date was indicated tion and then making the United States delegation to the International Congress at
-James 2nd vice president Harry Speilman 1st vice president; because Lamar Bledsoe nouncements of the
which
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new cars were being introduced in the fall of 190), but the Aviv made history when by permission granted in Wash
latest bicycles were getting a big play, < George CarnalL, president' ; John McLellan' treasurer; Alois Eck- chief clerk of the house of repreUp to the present time before their departure which enabled them to pass from
No matter what era, it has its tragedy. ( mann secretary. (Photo by Skinner) sentatives, has put many county been little, if any ,talk into Jordan through- the Mendenbaum Gates of Jerusalem.
officials on notice that measures legislation.Commission *
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Mrs. W. C. Bass Christmas Lighting

Prizes From
Returns
On Display Will
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Died Friday Prizes are now. ,on_ display at
1 't City Hall that, wjn/be .awarded
"Mrs. Araminta"'Caldwell *>Bass, I winners of the City sponsored. Invent\ tExtra I f.1te tnatio ria I. Meet
91* died at her home 321 Church Christmas Lighting Home decoration % 1
Street Friday. r contest. Prizes follows
r" are as : 'S s
Mrs. Bass was born in Salem, 1st place Sunbeam Mixmaster, The Kissimmee City Commission No. which-would: Jess Thacker returned to Undeveloped nations. the country3
Va.. and moved to Kissimmee in complete with juicer: 2nd place, \ met in regular session Tues- and two family November 30 after a sunny Mediterr,pncan'climate < !-
1892 where she was married to Sunbeam Electric Blanket; 3rd day in the City HalL Fire District from the weeks trip to the 15th Con- abled the IULA delegates to do

Walter C. Bass Sr., Pioneer Cattle. place, Philco Table Radio; and 4th City Manager Harold Farmer ment of having to wire of the International Union extensive sight seetng between
k:4L man of Osceola County. She was place, Sunbeam ,Steam and Dry Advised the Commission that he {in conduit It was felt I Authorities. held at Tel! sessions.
: a, member of the First Methodist I fiad; checked on available sources Commission Farmer 7)x. 500 delegates from 33 countries
e I Church[ The Womans Society of Iron.This is the second year the relative to the investment ,of the. Hansel that the one of 66 delegates and attended
Christian Service of the Methodist "Let's Light Up Kissimmee" 'out surplus funds in the refunding residential wiring were of municipat authorities

Church, and Charter and Life door Christmas lighting contest bonds accounts and that Fiscal to provide safety. the United States and Can- Casting To Begin
: member of the Womans. Club of has awarded electrical appliances. Agent, Treasurer of the Bond City Manager Farmer she toured Tel Aviv{ Haifa,
Kissimmee. Everyone in the greater Kissim Trustees both had approved' the with the Commission the Nazareth Teberias and For "Laura"Danell c
She is survived by a son, Walter mee area is urged to enter, their placement of funds in savings'accounts ity of an advisory spots in the Holy Land as Gill Osceola High English
C. Bass Jr.. a realtor and former home (in the contest. Many Kissim with the First Federal ing;. appointed to assist as Athens, Greece", Rome and teacher has been selected by"
City Commissioner of Orlando; a mee merchants have large suppliesof Savings &: Loan Association at and the Youth Director the Footlight Theater Guild to

_ MIDGET BOXES BEING PACKED Elizabeth Branson. left and daughter Miss Helen V, Bass of outdoor> lights and decorationsto 4% interest, inasmuch as deposits. Commission in planning reports of her trip direct "Laura." Gill has announcedthat
Phyllis Carter are shown above as they pack the midget boxes of Kieslmmee: half brothers Robert enable all to get in the contest. are insured up to $10,000.00. 'City I! pansion of the Youth I follow in subsequent issues a 'cast is to be selected Tf:it
Va. Lu. To enter, call the Chamber of Com- Manager Farmer presented a resolution eration of the and that rehearsals' will begin im-
oranges being sent out by Osceola fruit Distributors in. a new advertising Caldwell. Christiansburg, Youth i Gazette but In a ,general
promotion. (photo ther Caldwell Salem Va,. half merce office; Tilden 6-3981, give authorizing such placemen! gram facilities and control.Farmer of the trip Mayor mediately after the Christmas holi
by Cooper) ;
will be held at the
cf in days. Tryouts
funds savings account.
sisters, Mrs. George Carter Blue- your name and address. Intentionto a felt that the said "This has been an '
field Va.; Mrs, J. H. Lawrence enter must be made to the After discussion CommissionerDan end cooperation of a of a lifetime." The Kissimmee Community House on

Ranoke, Va. Mrs. S. M. Guthrie Chamber office by noon December' Autrey moved that. the Resolution this nature would gu a people gave the mayors a afternoon Monument December Avenue at 11.2:00: There Sunday

Iveys Introduce New and Mrs. E. S".Wade, Salem Va.; 19th.Judging be adopted in providing the type welcome and .n opportunity are
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8 1women.
'parts to b.e cast; men and
night
will be done
two grand children and four great one Farther presented Requisitions Center facility and as to their resourseful .
grand children.Funeral between the 19th and the 23rd. The No. 95 and 96 under the expansion the youth and the City and organizational ,abilities "Laura" is modern
services were held in the Chamber of Commerce will be.happy program calling for payments oi and desired. human n!-eds. with unusual a twist. mystery
Sales Promotion First "Methodist Church Sunday to answer ,any questions con. Construction Trust Fund monies. It found the Israelis to be 'en an Originally
was pointed out that published in book form, it was
afternoon at 3:00 pjn. With Revs; cerning the contest. Requisition No. 95 was payment ber of'parents had resourceful cordial, ar- written by the noted author and
officiating.Interment of $9,713.15 to Tampa Armature 'and functional.' Israel has
John Briley, Pastor a great deal of interest playwright Vera Caspary. Rewritten
"Something new under the sun". out to friends customers and was in the Rose Hill New Store Hours Works Inc., for Estimate No. 9, Youth Center and much by demonstrat as a play, "Laura" was a big
That is the description fitting the Cemetery under the direction, of Project No 2. what big things can be done
friends of these we would probably hit on the Broadway stage and was
customers in ,
new boxes of citrus being put out a promotion the Rildel! Funeral Home. -; Set For Shoppers Payment of this amount would to secure the services of basic needs of humanity later produced' as a very popular!
by Osceola Fruit Distributors. of goodwill Since the boxes Pallbearers were, Eb Jones.-Irlo Merchants of Kissimmee are now I leave, a balance due Tampa Armature terested and able comparitively little money. movie. The setting. and costumesare
The box, a regular Bruce container started arriving at their.destinations Bronson Carlisle Bronson Sheldon staying open on Thursday after Works in the amount of would be willing to is the first time that an all modern and sophisticated.
is only ten inches long by I telephone calls have flooded Johnson Henry Simmons and noons for the convenience of $4,000. Requisition No. 96 providedfor time and study the conference fits ever been Tryouts for the Footlight Thea-
five inches in height and contains Christmas lh ppers. payment of $45,919.40 to Fairbanks outside of
the sales office and Shelton Hearn, Ed. Pound. assist the City. The Europe. Israel was ter Guild plays are not restrictedto
a dozen Florida oranges,*size 200. In addition, starting December Morse Co. because .
sales that the. country,' the members of the guild but ai
They bear the manager, says compliments thru the 23rd stores will Tax instructed the City
brand name, Cape J6th the Assessor Charlie Rengers population has trebled dur- interested
DisbandedThe open .ter.everyone in an
have been
Pack
Canaveral best known dateline in flying. remain open evenings until 9 PM.J. .. appeared before the Commissionto present a list of tlume: the twelve is
past years, re opportunity to take Littlo
part in
the world. Hearn said that they are thinking Cub Scout pack here has 'present might be interested! at
of small boxes into for a number of items as an Ideal social labora Theater work. All persons interested -
the
packing W. Harper left Sunday
Osceola Fruit Distributors been disbanded at least until some which should be meeting. '
pilot- tan of fruit and selling them to Emory: Hospital at Atlanta. wherehe corrected on the Com. Mike Stanko are invited to be at the Com.
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ivey and time next year. Tax Assessment: roll which
supermarkets the nation.They'd and reflect Isralei uroan and rural munity House at 2 p.m. on Sunday.
over the will undergo observation the
to
IOn, Jerry, handles fresh fruit The last meeting of pack was gross in either Commission a
item. errors not allow- have been adopted by
single be a hot an outdoor meeting at Brinson treatment. He was accompaniedby the City donate $100 to
strength canned juices ing homestead
(oranges exemption whereit newly emergent Asian and Ethel Jones bas arrived from
And if the Osceola Fruit Distributors -
and Park where awards were given by his daughter, Mrs. Murray had pletion of the tile floor
grapefruit and blend been
__ ) would sell them to operatorsof Schmidt applied for or an error an republicans who view Is McHenry, Illinois to spend th:
plus chilled Cubmuter Tom Davis. basketball court at the
juices molasses in the
and
cattle feed. fruit juice stands over the state tions.Rengers. computation and calcula Pavilion. Stanko pointed as sort of "Pilot Plant"' for winter at 212 Beaumont Ave..
they'd do a land office business. .. *
These little boxes have been sent --; :: ,":... ; advised thi't. the tax the Civic Associations,
business! would "
The parcel post ". -
'l' .' ,,;lff. .:;'; ,. '1"f, ; dollar amount for debt valuation of St. Cloud and other T'
jump. astonishingly. : ,F" t' 1 { oc. : > came tions had gone a long way
Movie ; to $24.05 reduction '
: a after %
Menu, dozens And of many oranges many would thousands be sold.of ,, ":, '.:;..;;.., __ t _'. these, corrections would be made, viding construction the necessary of the funds t rA 1I
KISMMMEE DRIVE IV and in the
Thank, KrU Dee. *-. It could. develop {into a major out reduction of operating valuationthe in the Livestock Pavilion
"TMK LOSTOKLJO- $376.74. Commis-
fiIHLS Sat.. Dr*. !. let.Hurricane Donna cut down the sioner Mike Stanko moved that only a few hundred
TOWS alasTUB mained to be raised to
SHEEPMAN" size of this year's citrus crop but the_ City Tax Assessor be authorized -
_ *.*. M THE.., Ta HAT... D RACE"Weds *. 11.12-13 it is known for sure that crops of to cake these corrections the the work Christmas and have rt done +

Than. ...... 125 million boxes! and more are in on the tax roll. holidays
". Stanko
.1I1e pointed out
TIME MACHINE: the offing. Farmer presented! farther in
floor
and the
ARCADE THEATHR The Florida citrus deal has to formation on the proposed well building
"I Than AIM ,AT*>THIS.!.. Off 8TAH, ....*" get ready' to merchandise a lot Pump exchange with Layne At-. used not but only for for
poses City
Satartfar Drc. la more citrus than it has been used lance Company. This would, provide
R1DB CLEAR: DIABLO" munity functions,
for
S... A H.., Des 11.IS to selling.It trading in the existing association meetings and
ALL THH PINK VOI.NO; seems: ,that Lester Ivey, an -t submen&li pump and motor on of
CAYIBALS"'hie. that-nature and that
.. a w., n... 11-14 Osceola Cracker who knows the an above ground motor with tar- Youth Director was
COLLEGE OXFIDt\TIAL" business from the ground up, bice P1I !p.
through good and bad has It setting op a City
hit on a 11fl{ years approach, to selling "...< utilities! was'director felt by and the Roy City' Hansel Manager ) gram for real ytfung
i
that could dispose of a flock of oranges begin learning to play
TEPERATURESDATE at a profit ., ,.... ".. ,', '.. ,- -'.':;--, :;-t: : i. pump Farmer would that be the more above accessible ground! and have' as opportunity

H L R Tourists can cany a few. bagsof ,to.,:: : : acid be very much less expensive City Manager Farmer
the
back home with them in < : Commission that on
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T1uIr.Wed. Nov Dtoc. 30 1 ___.81 11 11Fri. CO __ their oranges ears, but they could send,doxena i("" 0> ,... -:.>."- :Iiif-. C'.-\: and should repaired.t1ae pump Farmer have to advised be pulled thetotal resolution:I, :1959 the Commission '
Dee of oranges back through the providing for GARDEN OF GETH8EMANE Mayor Burton Adams of Mt.
2 _,_ 51 41 .:. mails. READY FOR COUNTRY DINNER' Dr.. IL P. Aawft,'>****r'tf cost for the exchange wodd vestmentand .re.i Temnen Utah and Kissimnee's Mayor Jess ThacLer are. shown
SaL Dee.. 3 .__.....:... 60 4S W 4M87.73.
Sun.. De<. _._" SO :=_ -It's a .sales gimmick that the the First Baptist Chorea, is shown abort ia bit Priftce Alfcsrt ..*.., Fanner serve funds in the escorted through tie Garden of Gethsemane by Padre Ben-
Moa..Dee..S -_._ 45 Florida Citrus Commission and the way and derby hat aa be prepare tft leave ia I his model A *. .tta presented Ordinance No. Water ,Revenue of the Franciscan order who takes care of the Garden in
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,TaM- Dee. 6 __ Florida Mutual ought to look into Country Basket Dinner UU by the meiabers of the cMfc;.leas ., providing for a revision *f t.tbesewer-revenue km. Jordan. Padre, a native of Spain. speaks no English. He
: 7S 50 and'promote. -I week,at. !'* Livestock- Parilkau, (Piteous?. Hw' ss), Section-_ 0 3G* b) of tfee Ordmaaee (Continued on, page 'been at the Gardea for 25 jean.






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S TTie Xi!fim3u !- *f ft**:Thursday, J>tetm'tr'? a,19EjQ, .. '- ; .. .. '
.a( -. Livestock Show Set Additional! > .
.itII :.{1 ;:. Chrisfm s ,. -- .
Dr.. John Rao SpeaksTo '."" ,:" ', ___ "
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Student Body w Open Af Post Office ,
Plans' are being pat into effects p .

fer'the 17th Annual Kissimmee Boy Scouts To Sell Postmaster F. S. (Beany) Led- Additional parcel pee; 'I
Dr John Rao, owner of Osceola I is a disease and that a person under Yaflf:Livestock.J Show a t tug.Liy: better, Jr., said yesterday: "It's service windows at tfee t
'Hospital in Kissimmee, spoke te I .the control of alcohol l Was stock Pavilion on Route 441, mid-i Christmas Trees later than you think! Let's not five will be open fleet 1l tQ'S>>
the student OsceoU Junior war between Kisefmmee and St. trees will be sold until mid-December to "
bodat I incompetent. The economic Christens bythe wait getour i I..m. on Thursday Doe. 8; .
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High School on Wednesday of last, mentally Cloud, February 52-2U.( Kissimmee Boy Scouts Satur- Christmas! cards: and gifts ito day Dec. 15, and, Saturday :DeiiT
week. His topic was "Tobaceo, Al- factors involved ia alcohol Progressive plans ,promise one day on the lot next to Makinson the ni s. By taking action now, though Dec. SC: You can a!, |l
coiol: and Narcotics. in aecord- usage were also mentioned both of the largest and best shows Hardware.The yo? .ll. Y ld! disappointing' friends standing in liine to mall 'yeutpackag .
tijte with the title of his lecture, from the producers and the ron presented: over the last sixteen trees are of Spruce and Fir. and loved ones r.t Ctuistmas time.", %- and to boy stemps. by
Dr. Rao broke his talk down into scorers points of view. ears. Premiums have been increased Also very interesting Christmas The Postmaster as your speclal going to the Post Office before
three separate part Dr. Rao The effecta of narcotics af action A to- encourage breeders to wreaths of Princess Pine from the J cooperation in being sure thatyour 10 a.m. or between 1:30 and 3:30
cikd the high incidence of lung were thoroughly stressed by exhibit at Kissimmee, the largest Lake states will be available. return address and the recipients i pjn.
cancer among cigarette smokers I Dr. Rao. The physical and mental WATERFRONT HOME -'This house!>> represents a fine opportunity livestock show in central Florida. These wreaths, made of living address is plainly typedpr I -
and pointed out the ease with symptoms of addiction were COy, to mote into 'quality home on the waterfrout for a budget The P-T'A .and pcnools are be- pine will last two or more years. written on all labels and Christmas i _. .- ,
which the smoking habit may be ered in. some detail. Again Drf, price of 119,500." It has 3 bedrooms and 2 bath double carport and ing urged to demonstrate throughnlu cards. Use zone numbers, andsend
acquired. He also stated various Rao stressed the ease with which big, biff utility room. Includes finch extras as; ducted beat plus air ita their progress and needs, your Christmas cards by I : It. .
reasons for young people smoking. 3 human being may become an conditioning; .dishwasher;-garbage disposal; built-in oven and Future Farmers, Future Homemakers Barracks 1068 To First Class mail so that you can
Dp Rao< was most emphatic in addict. He specifically pointed out counter cook raits. Nicest thing is a t' x 2)' screened porch facing and Home Demonstration Meet Friday Night Include handwritten! messages,I '.,'
his statements relative' to the use that an addict would literally do lagoon where boat can be permanently, sheltered, ready to go at the groups are expected to maintain Kissimmee Barracks 1068 and its making! your Chrisuaas greetings : -" ..
alcohol. He cited incidents himself of fish lures Drive by this !house In Kissimmee Isles (next exhibits. It is j anticipated that "
M tragic anything in order to supply drop a >> auxiliary will hold their regular }more personal.: Also, you'll be 1
that he was personally aware with drugs.Following to last on the left). Owner will be glad to show it to you. Or contact the Garden Clubs will again be meeting Friday night at the Orange certain that they'll be delivered
of and discussed at some the lecture a question Florida Realty Counselors Inc.! 2 Broadway. TI 6-2712. (Photo represented with their colorful: Gardens Community House. promptly and forwarded or returned -i
ten&ttht! physical and mental held with by Beanchamp).- Adv, exhibits and consideration is be
and answer period ms I Election of officers for 1961 will if necessary. Mail your .
consequences of excessive use of the student body participating.I tuggiven'to the display and hobby take place and after the business Christmas cards in two bundles, ;:tJIMMIE'S" .. ':.
alcohol' over 'a period of time. He I'' Interest ran high and several, luring this session. New Books Added To and handicrafts. The return of the session a joint Christmas party using free labels teat you can' G .-, .
attractive Flood Control'exhibitis
further pointed out that alcoholism pertinent points were brought out At the close of tho allotted will be held with refreshments anda get at the Post Office: which read I
time Dr. Rae stated his willing- Library ShelvesThe expected. 50c gift exchange. "ALL FOR LOCAL DELIVERY" BAR
commercial and educational -
peas to discuss the matter further Interesting Members' wives, who are not and "ALL FOR OUT OF TOWN FEATURINGWoody
with the student body at some following new books have from the Orlando areaare auxiliary members are also invited. I
DELIVERY.
LARGE LOTS $10 DOWN time. been added to the shelves of the being invited and _> numberof TynerAt
,Appropriate Hart Memorial Library, according unsolicited requests for display The Postmaster asks the cooperation The Piano at the
$7 MONTH $595 TOTAL to Mary K. Hansell, librarian.The I space have already been received Birds To Be BandedIn of all business'firms to
Kowboy Cagers To' Primal Yoke, Tom Lea; Gil- by Jim; Smith, Secretary of DemonstrationA delay mailing circulars and catalogs MUSICAL\ BARTHURS..FRI.SATURDAY
ian, Frank Yerby; The Christening the Board' of Director?. until after December 25th, .
bird banding demonstration,
,High dry, restricted. No one else in this Meet Mulberry Here Party, Frances Steegmuller; The Livestock Show held concurrently the first in a series, will be held to keep the mails! clear for the j 8 .p. m. to midnight,
fat Isn't.All Mink, Ginette Spanier with the Silver Spur's Christmas rush.
dose In growing built-up locality offers It ; at the Florida Audubon house on
Friday, December 9r the Kow- Kept Women Can't Quit, Earl mid-winter Rodeo, 'is the equivalent Lake Sybelia at Maitland Sundayat
<3ood lots at these terms and values. beys basketball team plans to
prices Stanley G-Mncrj; The Doctor's of a county fair in other areas. 3
)Jots are selling fast. Prices are going up i meet action Mulberry in what The should Kow-bean Bride, Elisabeth Seifeertf TheDean' The show is dependent largely It pm.is expected to last about Itt NEW FALL WEIGHT :
packed
game. Watch, Elizabeth Goudge; upon the contribution of advertisements hours. The public is invited to at-
.5100 soon! boys, coached by Coach, J RalphMoore The Land and the Promise, Frank in the February Rodeo tend.. BLENRON'SUITS ,
; will be going into their Slaughter; Sea Hears, FredrickaUartin program by Osceola County busi-
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TROPICAL PARK 2nd. conference pun of the seapon. ; Seedtime on the Cumberland }) nessmen. Fall and winter vegetables pro; tailored by Palm Beach Co. .- .
The their first
lost
Kowboys Harriett S. Arpow;: Director Jim.Ki1lip, chairman oi duced' in Florida for the national '
1"1"REAL:; ESTATE ;ame'to St. Cloud in a very close The Library is very much in Program'and Exhibits,' recently market include. snap beans, cab- ONLY $55.00 ISHORE'S
?6-34 game Friday, December 2. need of Children's Books.' Those represented the Board at the Fair bage, celery, sweet corn, cucumbers '
The games will be played at the who would like to contribute some; Plinie, conducted by the Florida eggplant, escarole, pepper, MEN'S WEAR ..
At Carroll St. and the trail in Kissimmee Livestock Pavilion at the Silver
the Federation of Fairs'and Livestock
play bring them to Library potatoes, radishes, squash, straw
OPEN ANYTIME Eddie demons Spurs Rodeo Grounds. The B >etween the hours; of 9 and 1. Shows, and at the Fair Management berries and tomatoes.
Squad game will start at 6:30 and short.course at Gainesville.:

the varsity game will follow. The -advertisements for the yaiS atli ra 4. .7. at{ .jrtw i a taar.Ji '. ayi aaZi
Two Arrested For rodeo program will again be solicited :C -

>t, Cloud Defeats directly by the Livestock .
I llegal Hunting; Show as they did a year ago when
: I owboy Cagers 36.34 through the i -
Albritton generous cooperationof !
Game Warden Remer
SNYDER
the merchants IS
they publishedthe DUTCH KITCHEN .
St. Cloud caught Kissimmee in ,ureated two men for hunting at '
; the fourth quarter Friday night light with gun and light, according largest to-date.and most attractive .
for a 36-34 aeaaon-opeDlng basketball to the Osceola Sheriff's Dept. .program
: victory. The Bulldogs hadnt The records show that Albritton Merchants are urged to aid the .

Join our t won a basketball game since the named Walter Hazellief, Ft. Pierce shows, new progressive! plans. .
1958-69 season. They went 0-19 ind James Hodges, W. PalmBeach, Announces they will be '

C Jut year. in complaints They were among Palm Beach: County shipped 33," I ,
us ntlgTmagI St. Cloud also won the B squad seven :persons arrested in Osceola 363 carloads of vegetables last .
arg fame, 2919. County in the past few days. Other year, valued in excess 01"60,000
St. Cloud ((36)): Kransq 4-3-11; cases included: 000. i I SUNDAYS & CHRISTMAS ,
Ross Virgil l Lanier, Kissimmee, -,9PEN
fCohler 3-2-8; Bobbins! 10--2; :
Ellis 0-3-4 Johnson 10 was charged in a warrant issued .
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Wiedon 2 Totals by Peace Justice Paul Riggs, with i ,
14836. I
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I tayawayiub pssimmee ((34)): Loche 1.6-,$; assault and battery on C. B. Hig- :,v ; CLOSED ON MONDAYt'. ; ; '
ley. ;
Wilson 1-1-3; Wells 2-2-6 j Geh- ; -
Maxine Cuykendall, Orlando,! :-i ; :
rett 0-4-4; Messer 4-5-13; Frish- ,.. .., I
per 0-0-0; Dyer 0-0-0 totals; was checks charged: with issuing worth.ksaf .-!. '" 'EJ ,.'.i "* ....!'8'

., 81834. ; T'I dinnercncL' .._ .
Fayn Annette Barrett, Milton 9 ;" L.seryingfull course .-- :' !
St. Cloud __ 848 16 -36 '
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husband :
Kissimmee, ".'.'._....415 7 8:-34: Barrett; her and Milton. 'T L1. :
\ /on'e3, all of Holopaw, were charged -
in warrants issued by Peace ; usual '
platters as
Adult Classes Have justice Henry Thompson :with assault -. .r r' \ ; .
and battery against Joy ; ,
Been Established ; 1 ,- .
ganders. :
Classes in five different areas '
pave been established for adults LOOK WHAT I BOUGHT I SNYDER'S DUTCH [KITCH N'!
at Osceola High School, Byron Birth AnnouncementMr. i | r COT'R ONE GOOD TOO OLD DAD

flileman, principal, bas announced. I FROM MY LINLC(. .D.JIM .
and Mrs. Robert Barnhart
Other classes are expected totstabU.hed be pf Gainesville announce the adop- WRIGHT'SSTANDARD 441 J 5 i/ Miles East Of Kissimmee
in the near future.
uo of a baby girlMary Kathleen, -
Beginners typing will meet each -
|xmr October 12, 1960. SERVICE
Monday evening starting Dee:: 5 I ,
The ,
Barnharts have
son
one
from 7o 10 Main & Vine at Stop Light.
PICK class. will meet on p.m.Tuesday Bookkeeping from 7 David- aged ,3V&. .... -. .... ... ...-..- .- .-...-...-...-...- ..- .-..-...-...-...--.-... ... -. !'. .
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your Argus present now when to JO'p.n.:: the Spanish class .will -

meet from 7 to 9 pjn. on Wednesdays
selection is best. PAY LATER. as will a class- in advanced
typing: office practice from 7 to:
10 pan.and on Thursday beginning
shorthand will meet from 7 to B<

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| persons who did not appear
this week are, urged to make the
next meeting as scheduled above. "
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ocal KeyettesThe

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,Key Club of Osceola High -
School wants Its sponsor, the Kist
sicunee Kiwanis Club,to also sponsor
a: That was disclosed at'a'meetingpf ;
the senior club when a report S.
I pa Key Club activities was pre- : f
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sented. These activities included KISSIMMEE I I
: attending church as a unit in yari- ,
our churchy throughout the community ,
: every other Sunday; conducting .
I ;devotions over the school
; public address system; sponsoringa '
dance. Diane ftolubski was elected -
this year .a Key Club\ qneen. ,
JUMPIN. GYMINY

Pair Arrested Qn

Check 'Charge* ;

Two i rsoas were arrested in.
connection with worthless checks,
SPECIAL PRICES/ J: ON PURCHASES Sheriff BOB Buckela said Monday. .
-' North Blossom Trail I
fi I David Lee. Brown KUsimmeeNegro / Orange ,
OF 3 OR MORE FIFTHS was charged with two

SRS CJVE TV STAMPS WITH ALL. PACKAGE GOODS! ;y a counts Bass, Loo of kb,forgery ate ow.1Uged and Georgette with 5 MINUTE Opposite Virginia Motel ,
1
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issuing a worthless check, the _4 ,
CHRISTMAS DECANTERS ?I I sheriff reported. JUMP ;, :> 12 TRAMPOLINESSHUFFLEBOARD .

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CiubHears' Presbyterian Church

I 4-HClub Float Wins

Musical Memories Schedule AnnouncedThe ; I

? Chancel Choir meets Thurs meet Tuesday, 2:30 pm. at the First/' Place PrizeA

day, 7:45 pan. at the Church for home of Mrs. D. 1- Autrey, Srn
The meeting of the Kissimmee; club voted to buy 200 21 Clyde Avenue. Mrs. Maurice

Woman's Club Tuesday was highlighted Interaction Friendship rehearsal. Grigsby will have charge of the float entered 4-H Club in the and immediately \,
with a program of delightful students. The Sunday Program of Study and review the final by the appeared parade
organ" music presented by Mrs. John Briley led the and Worship begins at 9:45 ajru program chapter of the study book, The won $50.00 first prize in Saturday's following the conclusion
Christmas Parade, sponsored by put on a drill exhibition on Menu
her theme
Paul Heipshon and Bob Lamsonof tions, using as with for
Keller's Music with Runaway AngeL"Gifts Sunday School Classes Government the Merchants Division of the ment Avenue to the delight of the
Company
all Church is
The Service
ages. Chamber of Commerce.: crowds Two local boys,. Frank
Bob narrating as Paul played musical for the patients at The L. Van Christmas music
at 11 .&.In. Rev. Dorr and program.
Other winners wert Epsilon Haslar and David McGonigal are
memories to ,the delight of tahoochee were collected.
Etten will have as his sermon The Ruth Circle will meet Tues-
'' r Sigma Alpha, 2nd, $35.00 Kissim- members of the unit. ...
al present. The was Arthur Logsdon is ;
} program
topic: "Surprises out of Bethle day, 8 'p.In. at the home of Mrs.
sponsored by the Junior Woman's this project for the ,year. hem." The Chancel Choir under William Sippel, Neptune Road. i mee Junior Women's Club, 3rd, Santa Claus distributed approxi
Club, represented by Mrs. Sam It was announced that the & HONORED Students of Osceola High School re the direction of Lester W. Geisler The Junior Choir will meet Wed. $25.00; Women's Club of Kissim- mately 50 pounds of candy to chin
Lupfer III. an's Club float won fourth educational achievement awards at the meeting of the Cham will present another in series of 3 in the Educational Buildingfor mee, 4th $15.00; and the Girl dren along the parade route, then
of Commerce Koffee Klub Wednesday morning. The students a p.m. Scouts, 5th, $10.00. Trophies were
At the business meeting conducted in the annual Christmas Advent Carols ""What rehearsal. dismounting from his elephant"Sally"
shown above' left to right, front row, Jane Lea Connelly Fragrance awarded to the following business
by Mrs. Carl Kenton it Mrs. C. W. Conley and This" by MosehettL The anthem The Mid Week Service will beheld talked to and gave candyto
Hansel co-chairmen in Sommers Brenda Beatty Mary HatchelU and Sherry establishments for outstanding children in front of the ArCade
was decided to support the International were will 300
be "Blessed Is He That Cometh" Wednesday 7:30 in the
Student Exchange program of the entry.They were Back row, left to right Linda English Bobby Lee, George pjn. floats. 1st place went to Hunt theatre where a free cartoon
by Luvass. The United Pres- Educational Building. Study Chapter
Rufus Fred Dyer Beverly Whalen. Byron Hileman principal of Bros. 2nd place to Benton Jewelryand for 600
being sponsored by the students sisted by Mrs. i ; show was presented over
byterian Youth will meet at G 1 Corinthians 8. Singing of
of OsceoU. High School. The Mr. and Mrs. Fred Conard. Ia Right, made the presentations. (Photo by Cooper) p.m. in the Educational Building. favorite hymns. Deacons Meetingat 3rd place to Kissimmee Merchants boys and girls. The cartoon showalso ','

program 'was explained by Jah During the social hour The Jennie Hutton Circle: will 8:15 pjn. Association. sponsored by the merchants:
Geiser and Byron Hileman who refreshments of fruit cake, Judges for the parade which was division of the Chamber of Com.
told that students are exchanged cookies, nuts, coffee and Methodist highlighted by the arrival of Santa merce, lasted over an hour. Santa---
for one -year at the cost of $650. served from a table Claus in the unique manner, atopan was practically lifted in the air as
Fourteen schools in, Florida already .decorated with red po Gifts DistributedTo elephant were Miss Olive Fish, he made his way to his seat in
have exchange students who and silver appointments.Mrs. Activities formerly of New Jersey,now livingin front of the theatre.
range''in age from 16-18. TheCHJLDRENS E. O. Johnson was Orange Gardens, Rod Bram- Thanks were extended to the
I man of the hostess ham, St. Cloua and Brigidicr Gen- parade committee, that consisted
Other members of the at the First Methodist at 3:30 at the home of Mrs. Carl Episcopal School eral Littell, retired, now living at of Gaylord Palmer, Bob M Kiss1c.
were Mmes. A. ,H. Watson, begin with Church school Glass, 203 Poincianna Cr. Cypress Shores. Bob Berlinsky, Art Dyer, Don
WEAR Marr, Mereece T. King, a.m. and a cordial wel- The Mid-week Prayer Service Although the parade was not as Moorefield. Gary Routine and Paul
Birth through Sub Teen Watkins, C. L. Ketchum, is extended to all. The wor will l be conducted in the educational St. Nicholas, in the person of served in Europe, parts of Great large as last year, there were 38 Sanborn. Thanks were also extended -
Anderson, Curtis Reese, service in the sanctuary I building on Wednesday eve- Richard Gagne, distributed giftsto Britain and the rest of the world.In units participating. Followed by to Buddy Cotton for furnishing *
Mann; and Mildred Cheek. at eleven o'clock with Rev. I ing at 7:30. the children of St. John's Kin- the United States today St. the American Legion Color Guard and handling the PA system.JUST.
U Till lift! A. Briley preaching. The dergarten on the sixth of Decem- from Makinson-Carson Post No. 10
V7ett.al.dall.t. Choir will present, the The Methodist Men will meet ber,,his day. Following an ancient Nicholas and his customs have was Kissimmee's Lady Mayor, Jess iII t''' !UI'''' W 'IIi. '' -.;
Fwmltttr* Molly Kleingarn "The Voice in the Wilder- for supper and their regular'meet- tradition, one of the children of been. tied with Christmas and Thacker and the City Commission ;
Feted At PartyA charge.'y by Scott with Mrs. Robert big on Thursday, Dec; 15 at 6:30 the school was selected to be cos- "Santa Claus," the Dutch transla- along with the City Manager. S

birthday party for Mrs having a special solo part. in The the Chancel bungalow.Choir rehearses. on tumed in the ancient vestments of tion of "St. Nicholas." It was in Six bands were on hand, including -
rzB Kleingarn of St. CUu! was 1 Sunday afternoon at 3 a re at 7:30 a Bishop. His duties were to pre- this fashion that the idea of gifts 'the Osceola High School Senior
for the' Christmas Pro Thursday pThe side the and to dis- and Junior bands, the St. Cloud
the home of M;. s:d Mrs. Choir rehearses: in over party being from "Santa Claus" came
200 South Orange Ave. Hunt in Dell,ood Park will be held in the sanctuary. the educational Vesper building Fridayat tribute gifts to all of the children.St. into being in this country at High School Senior and Junior J
Orlando evening. of the cast are urged on Nicholas was Bishop of Myra, Christmas time. bands, the Kissimmee High School -
Mrs. Kleingarn who is 3 pmJennie in what is now Turkey, in 342 AD. St.lohn's School, being a Chris- band, and the Florida Southern 44
all tr friends as "Aunt Youth Choir will rehearse Because of his love for children tian school, seeks by the observ- College ROTC Band. s..
OFFICE SERVICES celebrating her 80th educational building at 5:15: Hutton Circle and his kindly deeds toward them, ance of the old St. Nicholas Day The Florida Southern College
week. She was presented evening. The Youth Fel- Ee was quickly chosen as patron customs to restore the Christian ROTC Honor Guard marching unit -..
Need gift of two throw rugs. meets for games and re- To Meet TuesdayThe saint of children. The giving of character of gift giving. It does SHOPPING
last
Need xtm copies ? carols were sung and a in the bungalow at 6, gifts on his name day has tra- not call the children's party a Bumble Bee Club To f
ttn letters individually typewrit- I was presented by Mrs. by the MYF programs Jennie Hutton Circle of the ditionally been the method of its Christmas party, and thereby TIL. llJ
In quantity? : The evening worship United Presbyterian Church will observance, and such presents are hopes to restore the observanceof Enter Talent Show ;
Your choice of Thermofax tin.A birthday cake and begins in the sanctuary at meet Tuesday, .December 13th at said to be the "gift of St. Nicho- Christian fellowship, happinessand Members\ of the Bumble Bee 4-H
Mimeograph, Photo-Offsetor served to the guests with Rev. Briley bringing 2:30 at the home of Mrs. D. L. Au: las. joy of Christmas to the fam- Club will enter the Talent Show I BIB I L.,E LAN D '
automatic typewriter .' which included: Mmes. trey, 21 Clyde Ave., with Mrs. This custom is today still obJehovah's ily, where? it.truly belongs. and exhibit their projects in the .
compl.t. mailing depart Earnhardt George Anderson Monday the King's Daugh- Autrey and Mrs. William Grigsbyas County 4.11 Achievement Day on ;
ment including occupant: list ter Caskell Irvin Partin will hold a covered-dish hostess s: January 21. GIFT SHOP
of Osceola county Cloud and Mme. C. R. in the bungalow at 12:30.: Mrs. Maurice Grigsby will have Witnesses Shingle Creek Church Tai" crab will. also be represented

W.',. specialists in all Henry Bronson Charles will be a Christmas pro- charge of the program and review Activities Listed Services AnnouncedThe at the Dairy ,Show in Orlando offers
the hostesses will be the final chapter of the study book ,
,phases of direct mail and Carl Stills Stanley and December 10 by Phillip Foster
December 9 7:30 :
Friday ,
slick paper publication ad- Holloway and Ernest C. G. Hinckley, Mrs. H. 0. "The Principals of Presbyterian A written, review material pjn. delegation attending the who is entering his 'heifer. 10,000 SOUVENIRSBoth
vertising and our facilities Kissimmee. and Mrs. William Seek- Government for the Church: ) on school Mid-year Lakeland District con- The Float entered by the Clubin
covered in the Ministry
are available to the Kissim- There will be special Christmas the four weeks, ference at Dade City last Friday the Christmas Parade took Florida and
m.. ,business public < Cloverleafs Hear Official Board will meet music and program. during and Bible reading preceding of Psalm 145:1to : reported it to be a most,informa- first place with the $$O.OOriTe! ReligiousLarge
telephone Mrs. Roehrich or evening at 7 in the bunga- tive and important meeting. There and members wish to express their
Mr. Bast at our new number, Talk on Mouth 147:20. were reports from all the District appreciation. stock of Bibles, song
TI Iden 7-2801. A talk and Carol Choir will rehearse Ida Tiller Circle Sunday, December 11, 3 p.m. Departments and addresses by Rev. The regular meeting was held books, records and supplies.
how to care or one's educational building on Held Luncheon public' lecture, "Is the Religious Lloyd Knor, missionary to Cuba on Friday, December 2 at the Pavilion
The mouth was presented by afternoon at 4:40.: Revival Genuine?'' One of the also by District and Conference I with nearly all members 25,000 GREETING
The Ida Tiller Circle of the First
Smith to the Shingle Wednesday, the Minnie questions to be answered is: Where officers. The session closed with a present. Election was held foi
erleaf 4-H Club this, past Circle will meet at the Methodist Church met Monday at does growing church attendance most timely message by the new Vice President and Secretary.The CARDS all kinds
'Cafilelllan A talk on posture was, of, Mrs. Riley Miles, 311 the home of Mrs H. S. Ayres, 304S. fall short The subject of the Florida Bishop, Rev. James W. Club welcomed five new
Clyde for covered dish lunch- 30-50 % OFF!
.Brenda Smith. St. at 9:30 ajn. Rev. John a Watchtower study and discussionat Henley, of Jacksonville. members at this meeting. Two
Press The meeting was held will be the guest speaker. eon.Nineteen members four associate 4:15: pjn. is: "Marriage Outside Those attending from the church new leaders have been added to
home of Pat Spence. The Young Mother's Circle members and two, guests at- Paradise.", One of the scriptures were Mr. Harry Northrop, l\lrs.loe the club. These are Mrs. Amrhein'' IF YOU IIAVENT SEENBIBLELAND
w : dent, Judy Lamp, vas: in on Wednesday afternoon tended. for considerationwill.rive Lombardy and the Rev. and Mrs. who will be project; leader for '
- Genesis 3:22,23: "And Jehovah 'W P. Hanks. Health and :Mr. Amrhein who
Both the devotionals and the
God went on to say: "Here the The Sunday School meets at 9:30 will be project leader for the Elec-
Shaver program This were included given by,the Mrs.singingof D. B. man has become like one of us in with the morning worship serviceat tricity group. We are glad to YOU SHOULD!

Christmas carols. knpwing good and bad, and now 10:20: at which time the pastor welcome these nice people to our 10 miles north on 441
The home in. order that he may not pot his will speak on "The Great Emanci- club. The club has also added a
Ayres
decorated for the Christmas was beautifully theme. hand out and actually take fruit pator". The young people will meet foods project to its list. This OPEN ,7 DAYS A WEEK
also of the tree of life and eat at 6 PJH. with the evening service makes a total of 12 projects being 9 AJH. to 9 P.M.
and live forever" therefore Jehovah for all beginning at 7 o'clock. carried on in this club. .
,
'.- -, .. ,. Lulu Overstreet God put him out of the --- ----
< garden of Eden to cultivate the:
Circle Met Monday ground from which he had been

The Lulu Overstreet Circle of taken.. I
the First Methodist Church met Wednesday, December 14, 8 pjn
I Monday at Mrs. R. Olsen's home in Bible book study jn the Bible aid,
: Orange Gardens with 15 members "Your Will be Done on Earth." .

present.It The congregation of Jehovah's TO PONTIAC I
was decided at this meeting Witnesses, Ocean Street, Kissimmee ADDITION
that as their project for the year invites the public to attend.
TO BUY THAT 'NEW POLAROID LAND CAMERA the circle will help the Bre* ter

Hospital.A .
_ short Christmas Mrs. Albert Rogers .
play was presented -

r,: f.tI: cI: tI: George by Murphy Mrs., Lena H. Farmer Hunt,,Chas.Mrs. Entertains CircleThe Rooney Pontiac, Inc. :N

Conley, L. Beauchamp, H. H. Lad. Susannah Wesley Circle of
IOn and H. Calloway. Mrs. Olsen .
the First Methodist Church met
read a Christmas poem. Monday night at the home of Mrs AND SERVICES
NOW SELLS
NEW ELECTRIC EYE CAMERA The circle will hold its next Albert Rogers on Neptune Road,
tia
meeting at the church bungalow
with Mrs.,,Arthur, Hale presidingat
;, This is the only electric eye camera that will work January 3rd. the business session. .

automatically both indoors and outdoors. No There were 17 members present

S matter where you are- on a bright beach or in Toys For Needy and Mrs Percy Lake and Mrs. Em- VATXHALL

l -t t your living room at night-the incredible eye on Children Collected ma Devotions Rogers as were visitors.read by Mrs.

this new Polaroid Land Camera reads the light Toys for the needy children of Frances Suhl, who used as her topic -
Kissimmee are being collected and "Emmanuel God With Us." .
and sets your camera automatically for perfectly 'I'
will be distributed Christmas to
N ,.d exposed pictures. With it you need, never get make the day happy for some that presented Mrs. Rogers Mrs., program Wes Conley chaiman, Mrs., ....
a badly exposed picture again. otherwise would face a rather Alice Martin Miss Elon Guice and
s bleak tree.Stewart. Mrs. James Winland as those tak- A F
NEW 10-SECOND FILMYou Chapman, spokesmanfor ing part on the playlet entitled "A .
the group that have undertaken Family Celebrates Christmas." ...
this task, asks that toys be Mrs. William Skinner invited the
don't even have to wait a minute any more. '.
brought to his home or left at the circle to meet at her home for the
To go with the new electric eye camera (and all fire station. January meeting.

c .i other Polaroid Land Cameras) Polaroid! has a new Used toys will also be appreci- -
that beautiful finished in ated if they are in repairable con
film gives,you a picture dition. Baptist Observe

S / just ,10 seconds. This is the same film you've Loyalty SundaySunday
seen Garry Moore and Jack Paar demonstrate Day

.. .' 1 1l for you on television. is Loyalty Day in the
CHRISTMAS First Baptist: Church.! This is the
Day set for members and friendsto COME IN AND SEE BRITAIN'S NUMBER 1 EXPORT CAR!

_ cit:. cI: ciI: ciI: TREES make local aq and extra worldwide effort to providefor needs ,

through, the church in 1961. You are cordially invited to see and drive the finest of the

_ And don't forget, ypu can, make your 10-second pictures indoors Opens Friday Through two thirds last of the Sunday anticipated more needs than family imports-the superbly crafted British Vauxhall. This .

without flashbulbs. All you need is 3000-speed film and the new had been subscribed according to trimly styled car gives you the handling and economy of a
flash the wink-light provides NORTHERNSCOTCH Mr. P. K. Weaver, treasurer of the
wink Not just'enough
Polaroid
light. a gun, ..
f1 church. small, compact car-yet has room for a family of five .
fill-in light to erase shadows cast by regular room 1 lamps. Frontiers for Spiritual Advance ..
t 1 It winks gently for 1000 pictures before you? have to replaceits PINE ** will be the subject of the four big doors vacation-size}luggage space. You get wrap

small bulb and battery. (Limited quantity) sermon at 11 A.M. according to announcement around windshield and rear window, wrap-around bumpers, .
of the pastor, H. P.
I I Amos. At 7:30: P.M. the church American type gearshift, custom type fully fitted i interiors- .

:. 'S Will Not Shed Needles choir Christmas will 'music present under a program the direction -of and above all, British quality. Available in 4-door sedan or

of Mrs. Evelyn Croxton. The station wagon models. Come in and see it soon.
,,,, public is invited to this service
..f ,, Cities Servke as well as to all other services.
\ '. :.. ',, There will be no charge of course.Sunday .
114 BROADWAY PH. TI 62621fttttwd 9:45 ,
at
Station' school will begin
ROONEY PONTIAC. INC. .
AJL with a large attendance ex .'

-*h Ware*Cwponbw Corner Broadway pected.6:15 Training PJL Union will beginat ,::1 10 EMMETT STREET KISSIMMEEWomans _.

- cl.eJf.fI: #:.tM and Main Street f. The meeting regular] will teachers be held and at 7 P.M.officers ..., '-

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fag. 4 The Kisslmmee_Gazette. Thursday December? 9, I960 I .

Walter .Hayes Led Colorful> ",

THE


1' KISSDIMEE GAZETTE C Life Career As'
During Long
J A ,Lla II. Perry New.p.r- r
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N C/) Offices: :'&.2' Stewart Are. '
0 0 y Telephone Tilden 728Sr'

(C, 1960 Central Florida Business Man
447 l Entered a* Second la"aUatl Matter t9KnsNr
a 1 In the Post Office at Klsclmmee.. .
By Russell Kay covers many states and continues I Federal Savings and Loan Association -
Published Thursdays Kissimmee, Fionas to expand. The company helped also of Orlando (assets
Thirty three years ago in the initiate the trend toward fewer' over $23-million), American Inde-

SCIIUMAKER corner of a Tampa filling station, policies and broader coverage and' pendent Reinsurance Company (operating
LEO a young man sat'at.. a battered :
wrote $25 and $50 deductible when throughout America and
Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION typewriter, laboriously filling in others would. Americans invented .
po 1 Europe) But he still has time for
the first policy to be issues by the the pooling of preferred risks local state and national civic ef-

American Fire tic Casualty Com- and explored early insurance protection fort. He is a director of the First

BATES pany. The yonng man's name is tailor-made to conform to I National Bank of Orlando, cor
'Six months $%.50; one year, $'&.00; two years $7.00 Walter Haye the concern. only policy holders needs. It as among I points secretary and past presidentpf

employee. the first to loan money for home i the Florida State Chamber of
'
"OPERATION SANTA GLAUS"For From a one-nun organization in construction in Central Florida and 1 Commerce and is a director of the

S -,<, 55 < ::5 3e 1927 his personal charm astute was constantly leading the way in I American Cancer Society presi

the nineteenth time in as many years, a dozen troupes of warmhearted business judgment and managerial the insurance field. dent of the Stetson University

patriotic and unselfish performers will be carrying Christmas ability ramrodded. this company. Hays takes pride in the fact Council director of the National
to American servicemen around the globe under the USO banner. '4 v" 'y + vK"S 'z.tiyM;:; ff O
Travelling by plane, heliocopter and bus nearly 100 USO,performers premium income) empire today. ( ed the organization when they the Central Florida Council of Boy
who will again include: the inexhaustible Bob Hope are faring JUMPIN GYMINY W, O. Taylor's Jump Gym Dy will open Saturday at 10 ajn. The new trampo- You wont find the story of Wal were school boys and grew up with scouts.He .
forth any day now to bring a touch of borne to the hundreds of thousands line center is located on the north Orange Blossom Trail opposite the Virginia MoteL Twelve trampolines ter Hays among the famed Alger the American.. This inspired him believes in free enterpriseand
of soldiers and sailors from whom Christmas might otherwise bea shuffleboard skill game and target guns are available at the center. Free five minute jumps books. But it isa story that might to found the American Institute of I' has worked tirelessly in its

desperately lonely time. will be given to those attending on opening day from 10 a.m. till 2 pjn. A free. drawing will be held for well have been found between the Insurance and Human Relations I' defense. Florida needs.more mca ,I'P

Despite the youth of their prospective audiences, the modern young three free aeroplane rides. (Photo by Cooper) covers of such books as "Sink or which is conducted in the Ameri- like Walter HarsAccordinr .

ladies who will "Turn Back the Clock" in recreating such fabulous Swim", "Strive and Succeed" or can's "Little Red School House" in I
females of the Gay Nineties and the Roaring Twenties as Eva Tan- -- "Do and Dare" stories that our downtown Orlando. Here hand- : t? a recent survey,

guay, Helen Morgan Anna Held and Nora Bayes will surely be as modern youth scoff at as "square picked, agents and employes are I newspapers are read by 05% of
warmly received as eVer their famous prototypes were. Warehouse Space stuff" and some of our so-called: instructed in Insurance all home owners, by 85% of all
Naomi Collier the 1960 model Eva Tanguay, WashingtonSee-Sa.'Y renters, by 97% of income
And when Showgirl Shows Big Gain educators would ban as unrealisticand ship, public speaking salesman-I upper
belts out the redhead's famous "I Don't Care" her GI audience is going fantastic. responsibility, and the households, by Vl% of olderhouse-
to know better. Because these players cheerfully forsake their own I I holds and by 93% of younger
Refrigerated warehouse in I off
l a Personally, was brought up on paid handsomely.
cozy firesides and families and friends at Christmastime: ; and because By WIN PENDLETONNEW Florida has climbed to a total of Alger books and I credit them Other Florida activities headed l I households, You reach practically
Stateside Americans continue sending these glamorous Christmas almost everyone when you advertise in
packages to those standing watch along the cold war front, our boys ERA COMING We ask sense of statesmanship President 40 million cubic feet last with inspiration to rely upon myself by Walter Hays are The American the newspapers.
your indulgence while wee quote Eisenhower by his year, a \\ per cent gain in five appreciate the importance of
much. appearanceof
and girls are assured a lot of people care very
To USO's "Operation Santa Claus" and the selfless players that, what might seem to be a worn out dignity for the office. years Commerce the Florida State Chamberof free enterprise, and development Home
said I Demonstration i
yesterday.
worthwhile character habits that
year after year, make it the most unique smash hit in show business, Chinese proverb. We know you But no one can match the love ofa News
have heard it many times, but we child. You with "This space is in 66 plants in the have stood me in good. stead all
gratitude,and applause. might disagree To make
our your food dollars go heat so they will become
state and is tender.
want to it again because last exceeded by only five life.
say my
her daddy on medical care, or minimum farther J learn to be ,
thrifty meat
week its truth came home so vivid wages or the budget or his other states in the nation. Plants But getting back to Walter shopper. a Only about one quarter of the
ly. Old Chinese Proverb "One which maintain temperatures of 50 animal can be used for tender cuts.
FIXING UP AFRICAMichigan' : picture selection of a Secretary of Agricul Hays. He was born in a little town The cheaper and
degrees grades cuts ofmeat. The other three
is worth ten thousand words. ture ,,.- but you can't get mad at end below and which store with the unbelievable 'name of quarters providethe
A picture was printed from coastto foods for a month or longer are are fairly lean and not so l less tender, less expensive cuts.
six-term Governor, whose reign has been distinguishedby Caroline. And somehow, you can Loogootee in Indiana. Was broughtup tender.
finances the of industry from coast-and. perhaps around the included in these figures. Space However, if cooked correct In cooking these less tender,
a critical depletion of the state flight never thoroughly dislike the man a typical American farm boy.
its borders and his subservience to Walter Reuther is the recipient of world-that might well herald a: in the picture carrying her dolL.. maintained t by food dealers, hotels His family established itself in the ly, they are every bit as tasty and less expensive cuts, moisture us-
and the armed forces just as nutritious as the more ex- ually, must be added
change in world attitudes. through in order to
Ken-
be announced President-elect
the first major appointment to by We all love our children. colonies before the revolution, true
The picture itself won't 'change I which food supplies flow as they pensive steaks and roasts. The secure the best results. However,
nedy."I I anything. It is It'slike Quite some years ago, workingour are needed for immediate pioneers in the American experiment chief difference is: that they re- for tenderness, well
have asked Governor Williams, Senator Kennedy told the press, only a symbol. through college sold consump- ,' that laid the foundation of as as good tex-
door that way we tion are not covered as such stor- quire 'longer cooking and more ture and flavor keep the
"to accept a position of responsibility second to none inthe, new ad- a opens on a brightnew amountof
calendars.The large calendars with the great nation that is ours tod-
skillful
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ministration Assistant Secretary of State for Africa." day should bring, This picture age- short-time only. seasoning. added liquid at a minimum.
beautiful of and
UN citement and beauties that pictures girls dogs "Florida stands day.Walter Cultivate a, spirit of adventurein With less liquid more of the
He noted that one quarter of the present membership of the a brightne and and winter out c in the nutrients
Assembly is now African. Control of Africa, he said, "is now the objectof wday should bring.-This picturewas and'countrysides children. It i is matter scenes of amount of space which Is kept at stumbled into the insurance your meat Cooking and try new remain in the meat insteadof
a giant Communist offensive (and) will affect vitally the securityof so striking that it Is now pin- -record that "a temperatures of 2ero and below. business, you might say in methods and new flavors. You will dissolving in the drippings.You .
calendars the
every citizen of the U.S." ned over our desk. It shows our showing Last year, this spice came to 37- I his search for a more rewarding find that appetizing meat dishescan can often stretch your meat
In his acceptance speech to the reporters, Governor Williams was new President-elect John F. Ken pictures of babies and boys and 321,000 cubic feet. Subtractingspace i life than farming of that day pro- be prepared to suit even the dollar by buying a large cut at a
girls at work have
Liberia nedy walking down the street- or play occupied by vided. Success at first came slow- smallest family budget. lower price pound and
quick to let them know that he had been to Africa, specifically been the sellers of all machinery, aisles dividing it
and Ghana, and was personally acquainted with a number of following his three year old daughter time. greatest etc., the total available for stack- ly. He learned to ring doorbellsand Cuts differ in tenderness according for cooking by different methods.

African,leaders. Caroline. Her cheery smile is ing amounted, to 29,244,000 cubic to keep everlasting at it. to the part of the animal from i For exampls! a beef chuck arm .
Meanwhile came word from the State Department of a rash of new as fetching as that of any other So, enters the new era. The new feet Only one other state had a When World War I came alonghe which they are taken, as well as roast can be used in three differ-
ambassadors that must be appointed and sent to the Dark ContinentThe little girl who has just been ,to era when the White House photo- greater capacity. volunteered and at its close age and fatness. Cuts also differin ent ways: the rounded, bonelessend
first of them career foreign service officer Thomas K. Wright,will church OQ her third birthday. graphers will ask: "Where is the "A little over half of the refrigerated knocked around from one job to the amount of bone and gristle for beef stew, the center chuck

be dispatched promptly to Bamako, capital of the Republic of Mali, Walking behind her, in conversation baby How about getting Carolineand 'space in Florida is'available another until he landed in Floridaat they contain and in the direction with round bone for pot roast, and
where he will occupy ambassadorial quarters for which the US outbid with newspaper reporters, John Junior in this one! Mr. for,public use. The balance is the tome the Dixie Auto Under- the muscle fibres run. All these the remaining piece sliced lengthwise -
Red China. Within six months, seven more US ambassadors wilt' have and flanked by members of the President, may we have all of you maintained by plants for their own writers failed. Securing their char points have their effect on the into swiss steaks. Or you may
followed Mr. Wright into Africa, and presumably another dozen or so secret service is her daddy, carrying in this picture! Yes the pictures needs Although these facilities are ter be organized his own company.The price. prefer to cook a large piece'of
will be needed together with attaches from the armed forces, to implement her newest dolL That is the they will always be on the lookout I utilized to store a wide variety of first claim he was called on to Tender cuts of meat usually meat ,and then use leftovers for
our'representation to th* new nations.It picture that opens a new politicalera. for will not be the usual handshaking : foods, the major part of the space meet nearly broke him but he retained come from the less-used muscle the following days meals.

had been the US hope and expectation that one ambassador pictures or those with scrolls is for frozen fruits and vege his faith and courage, and portion of the animal. These muscles' Either way you can cut
might be able to cover several nations, but the Africans, impressed by The almost insurmountable problem and awards and loving cups! being : tables. went on to the success he has are located along the back, food budget and have the convenience your-
their new stature, would have none bf' this cheese-paring diplomacy. of any leader of any nationis handed back ana forth. No! The achieved. particularly the lower back. The of food on hand. Just remember

Each nation was quick to tell Undersecretary of State lay Henderson, that of maintaining sympathetic pictures people will want to see The eggplant contains five different Operations of the American Fire much-used muscles are in the legs, that quick cooking'tongbemi
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while on his recent shopping tour"fo'r embassies, that it wanted the contact with the people. From that coming out of the White House vitamins and at least two & Casualty Company were confined neck and shoulders. You must cook the less Jendei(; cots.ot..1* 'at1S6'-'f
., will be pictures of the Kennedy
works full-dress recognition from Wasbidgetni( sympathetic contact comes supportand minerals. to Florida at first but now it these cuts long and slowly in moist don't try to rush dinner 1 I IWE'VE
Which reminds us that Governor; Williams told (he press that lie understanding and confidenceand family and their children. I

regarded his new job of Assistant Secretary for Africa as "a roving faith and loyalty. These qualities We'll love our first family. And .. ,
assignment" and that he would be in Africa before Inauguration. And of human sympathy seem lost the world will love us. Just wait -.. ,

this suggests that if the job is as important as the President-elect has sometimes in our democracy be- and see it can't help but work r. .1> 0._ .

said it is, and as Soapy has modestly admitted it to be, perhaps his per.. cause of the freedom that all of us out that way. .
manent headquarters should be in Africa. exercise-the freedom to cry out Stop and think about this. What '- .>' : '
It it doubtful he would be greatly missed at home. against our leader when we dis. would the American people have .
t '* agree. thought of Mr. Khrushchev when
Great men of the past have used he was here if he had brought along COME A LONG t; ? .-

their own methods of keeping alive a beautiful smiling little three ,
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their goodwill. The Roosevelts year old granddaughter to charm '
both Teddy and Franklin D. did us and if he had acted like a : ,
around it in large part with their over. doting and loving and proud grandfather "i; WAY SINCE THET : .::y' I'; : 's'sC

whelming smiles. President Wilsonwon We are certain that he .. t : ,
the and would have made a few friends. ; ::: ( 4
people by.his sincerity :; : ::1 : } 'l \ ,
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By.ALMA HETHERIJfGTON

Is Now Hitting Its PeakPostmaster "

And today with competition keen S \
Cloud Hotel in early August, 1920, marked the so _
The sale of the St. F. S. (Beany) Led. other oversights are bound to result : ,
third time it had changed hands during the period of a year. in delays and disappoint-
The late R. ,F. Bruns of Cincinnati, purchased the hostelry, whichwas better:, Jr., put his "Mail Early ments. in all fields first impressions! are

the city's largest, from the Cramers William, Frank, and W. R. For Christmas" Campaign into You can be sure of delivery ol very

The Cramers had.purchased<<:! the three-story 50-room St. Cloud Hotel J high gear yesterda your Christmas cards and gifts
property early in 1920 from Mrs. L. E. Mosher, who had obtained it The Postmaster said "We're before Christmas Eve if you will important, whether it be in distinctive r '

from the old Seminole Land Company. heading into an all time record follow these simple requirements.
The St. Cloud Tribune of August 5, 1920 reported "Mr. Bruns already -
for Christmas mail this year. Every Be sure your Christmas card letterheads business forms '
in Florida lands and the announcement that or as ,
is interested heavily facility of the Post Office has end gift mailing lists are up-to- '\
he has acquired the hotel in this city, will be of.interest to everyone
to render
been expand) max- date
desiring a man to of aid great in the business development judgment of this and section one who as Mr.takes Bruns advantage is knownas of mum service. Wev added extra mail- a Wrap your Christmas' 0 gifts their appeal to the eye of prospective customers may be _the key to

trucks and personnel. Special securely l .
to his holdings. He is related to Mr. J. Edward *
every opportunity improve schedules have been set to Use addresses including
ing up complete
future sales.
Krause, owner of the Washington Hotel and Indianola Hotel inIndianapolit I
handling of the street number routeor ,
insure prompt rural
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miles of ,
as well as the RunnymedQ Hotel four northe'ast -
tremendous flood of both incoming post office box number. Be
this city, which latter place Mr. Krause has been making over into a sure
and outgoing Christmas mail. name of street is complete with
with the informationthat
real tourist hotel since early last spring. Along
Mr. Bruns has acquired the St Cloud Hotel, comes the announcement I "The vast volume of Christmas avenue, parkway or drive Included The addition of an Art Department to our facilities makes it-possiblefor \
off
Is our prob- not abbreviate
'that Mr. Krause will add another 100 rooms to the Runnymede I mail only part Do street and ,
Hotel this year The St Cloud Hotel has been kept open all this summer lem. the Postmaster continued, state names. Use zone numbers. \
although for a short while the dining room' was closed and on "Carelessly written names and a Most important of all MAIL\ you to obtain personalized and distinctive designs and _lay-rats forall

July 1, Mrs. Grace Calkins\ took charge of the dining room and reopened addresses poorly wrapped packages yojur Chrismas cards! and gifts '
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irVuffioient postage, and within the next few days! ,
that
popular eating place.
of needs in the printing line such -
The same issue of the local newspaper carried a story in regard your as ,: '

to the War Department offering rewards totaling $263,000 for Florida TV Tournament play on Ladies' Day Monday, -' ._. "
"slackers", or draft dodgers, of whom there were 5,272 in the state.There Chappell said, with a 37. : ; ..' ;

is a remote possibility", the paper said, "that a few of the men AnnouncedPairings LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS ;,
whose names appear on the slacker list, may hAve served in some Pairings .
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branch of the service without our knowing it. If such is the case, he will for the< TV Tournament 1, Old 1'rn&'t '. < ; roo' ,

be given an opportunity to appear at the War Dept or before the local being held at the Osceola ENVELOPES WEDDING INVITATIONS' ._
S. representatives of the department and show that he did serve, in which .. 0 :::o, '_.'
Golf and Club were announced .
Country "
event he will be given a clean record. : ; yesterday by George ,
FOR.MSJTICKETS ,
News from Kissimmeet this issue announced that William Cand- first BUSINESS -
Chappell, golf pro This ,
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ler "who recently purchased a 42,000-acre timber tract near Kissimmeeat .
must be played by December :
round
a coat of approximately $500,000, arrived last week and spent some :

time going over the tract inspecting the development which has already donated 18. by The the trophies Broadway are Pharm being ,:: BROCHURES HANDBILLS :/L" 'r'; } "
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begun there. He accompanied by Dolph Walker who js'to { r i l : :
supervise the erection and operation of large mill : 1-
a near Campbell
Station Mr. Candler is a son of A. A. Candler, Atlanta's multimillionaire acy.In the first flight are Travis "Face powder may catch a ,;;, NEWSLETTERS POST CARDSl&: ; 1:: ;r
Bethune Bill Bul- : <
Akin Harold ; man, but It takes bafjag : .
manufacturer of Coca-Cola. The companyit. is said has been .,., .._ ,.
YoweQ I 0 ;
mer, M. I ; Dan Johnston powder to hold him.* : .
experiencing great difficulty in securing enough sugar for its businessand -
it is said, that it is now proposed to grow this commodity on the Charles Ilarrelson; Bob Moorman,1 < > ,1 o Free, Estimates .0.' '1

Candler land as soon as possible." Phil Phillips; Larry Hrrelson. Ed: .,;,
Another item "The Katz Bros. Brinson; Art Scalli, Byron JEIile-I '- -
interesting was grove and the Lee M1 b. \,.
grace adjoining property at Finney Point, are splendid examples of man; M. L. Jewell. Bill Williamson II : >

what can be done with the proper care The Katz Bros.' grove, an eight ; Bob Eby, Bob Facey.. .. .. -
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and one-half acre tract, is planted entirely to grapefruit and it is In the second flight Frank Kelley -: :"1\ .- -li!' '- -.. ..

stated that $21,000 has been netted from it in the past four years. The Lou Tarsi; Riley Miles Ray:. TfcejKflssiMftfpp
grove has had every care scientific spraying, pruning, fertilizingand mond Yates; Art Higbie, Gene U. S.BONDS. CAZII9E

thorough cultivation.: The secret of the unvaried success, however, is Nalley; Haley Dtke, bie; Art
thought by its owners, it is said, to be the fact that the fruit is taken Messer, Claudie Yates; Ed Phay, '

from the trees early in the season riving the trees time to put out a bie; Bob Callo-rcay, Mike .Stanko; .. :E"" ,;,.. S Since 1884..
good bloom in February. H. 14.-Katz has'supervision of the Lee grove, Lynwood Lopo, bie. : '- S
a 15-acre tract. This is planted to seedlings and according to Mr. Leo This is medal play, match play "
H. Wilson Osceola County agent is one ofthe prettiest sights in the similar-to the TV matches played i.t Stewart Avenue Stoq" 11-1:

county The trees are very large he says,, and, literally, loaded with en Saturday-afternoons. S 0'>
fruit this season." ::;?, : .' I Neda! Tarcai placed first in the ,', t
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Furniture Bids { IncreaseIn ReportBy Are

The OsceoLi< County school comfortable> for the children at the face of a slow seasonal KEN CALDWELLAt

board Tuesday showed it is as Risiirame I Highlands school upturn Florida's non-farm employment

interested in the children's: comfort School board member George registered only a meager the Kissimmee Livestock

as It is in the IB fact, the board decided to feeling when he si-'d, Children October above the year ago mark. calves were sold compared to S06

pay slightly more for pupils' chairs who dpn't giggle arid'Squirm aremore State Industrial Commission a week ago.Slaughters

simply because they will be more apt to listen better." Chairman James T. Vocelle reported steers and heifers. 1960 social security amendments -' .

And that, he added meant they October employment at 1,264- steady en few available, cows about do not affect a large tuunber -
would learn more and easier. B- ; : 700, again of 11,400 from last Oc steady except Utility 50c of people, but is most important Christmas Street

fore the .decision: was made, each A fRw + ,tober. higher bulls virtually absent and to. those whqm it does af .lighting} Completed I
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of the board members tried sitting k' : Meanwhile, total unemploymentthis calves steady to strong. Stockers fect, stated Cpi Byron R, Pattpn.. .

in the rwo types of chairs of 4 ;. : .'r s sA sk ss October jumped 28.7 per cent were generally too poorly tested District b anager, Orlando SociJ Christmas Street lighting ha$
fered. On* had contour only from above October a year ago risingto for accurate trend averaging'aboutsteady. Security Administration.; bee completed by the city utilities

back to front; the other bad 91,100 from 70800. Calf percentage and percent About 25,000people widows, plant employees under the diR

1 two-way contour> tack to front Vocelle said the 17,800 employment returning to pasture..were aged dependent parents, and disabled ion of Roy Hansel. Director of
and side to side. gain registered in October both about 44 percent. children 18 and over Utilities .and Crew Chief Joe
above September was below seasonal One Standard slaughter steer age
All agreed that the ccmfort of survivors of workers who David.
expectations and the Commission's Cutter and 15.50 the
$21.00. Utility -
the tw -wat contour chair was died before 1940, will now be able Broadway once again sparkles
much greater and Board Member seasonally-adjusted em- 18.50. {(Good slaughter heifers 20.00 with four cross street streamer
ployment index fell to collect} monthly social security
off
one point -22.75. Standard 18251925. Cutter
himself
Dan Armstrong. declared each mercury light pole wrapped
I benefits.
The continued slow in the
very much in favor of the better pace and Utility 13751575. Stand- the social security with lights and strings between,
Originally,
construction and allied industries
ard slaughter cows 17.75.20.00.Utility
chair. I each pole. In. addition this
such as lumber and hardware, the law provided benefits only fay; year
Cutter 12.75-
14.50-18.00
Box Office Opens 2:15 p.nu The decision was made duringa J retired workers. The law'in ; the 10, 8 foot trees on the island
and Sundays i sloj! start in the seasonal citrus 15.25. Canner 10251325.
Saturdays two bout sessioM on opening of Broadway are beautiful Scotch
bids for the MONSTER of the morfd of the future threatens Yrett Mimeanx industry, and labor disputes were Good slaughter calves 19.00- changed in 1939 to make benefits
the furniture for Pines, just arrived from Canada,
Thur. Fri. Dec. 8. 9 'major factors in the lag of the ) Standard 17.00-19.50 payable to the survivors and de-
up- 23.50. Utility
school now under construction in in the fantastic climax: of The Time Machine" George Pars neW !In, years past the trees have been
swing normally expected at this pendents of workers, but. until the ;
14001725. Cull 10.QO-14.00. Good
North Kissimmec. The board is science-adventure drama for MGM\ based on H. G. Wells prophetic ..tnted.
"I. AIM AT hoping to have the school ready novel. Rod Taylor plays the time traveler who invents a machine time of the year. Vealers 2?,.00-25.00() one 28.50. 1960 amendments no monthly spray The north Main Street section
Although the rate of decline in Medium and Good Yearling benefits provided for the
dimensional wire
which takes him. on a fantastic fourth trip through
1- this has
for occupancy by February \ contract construction has been les- survivors of workers whq died year been greatly addedto
Common
time to the year 802,701 AJX at the Drive In Theatre next Wed stocker steers 16751875.
The board bought 15 furniture in months before in the way of lighting. Two new
'THE STARS"Saturday nesday. sening recent : it was 14251650. Common and Medium 1940.
items. Classroom desks and chairs still 11.6"per cent below October heifers 13001575. Inferior 12.00- Under the new law, payment streamers purchased by the Chamber

were purchased from Virco Manu 1959 and the total for October this 12.50. Common stocker cows 13.50- can be made to the widows of of Commerce have been added
facturing Corp.; chairs for adults 117,800, the in workers who 31 giving a total of four. Plans are
Dec. 10 Bills Will year was same as 15.75. Inferior 10001475. Good died after March ,
were purchased from Newton Legislative September.f stocker calves over 250 Ibs. 18.00- 1938. and before January 1, 1940; to place a 35 foot tree at the Sun

i School Equipment C(..; and library Vocelle said, "The citrus seasonis 23.00. Common 14.00-16.25. Good to their aged dependent parents; rise Shopping Center.

tables were purchased from American Now Be Presented- Earlier getting off to a late start this under 250 lbs. 20.50-25.00.. Medium and V> their disabled: sons and In addition to the decorations
'Seating Co. The bid totals year ahd this has a depressing effect 17252125. Common 15.50-18.00. daughters, said NCoi Patton. mentioned there is one cross street

4tAB01'AB3E awarded were Virco, $3,414; New-. I on employment in food manu- Inferior 11001675. To'' qualify! for benefits'a widowor streamer on Vine Street and one
ton, 1806.80; end American Florida counties will go to work I. However they go through almost facturing and wholesale trade." dependent. mother of worker Bermuda. Avenue. It hash been
Seating $806.98.Because earlier than usual this year on the the same procedure ds general bills. Railroad and bus! strikes reduced a 62 th, policy of the Chamber of Commerce -
who died
I before 1940 must be
of local bills to be and tie deal of legislative -
l iE the classroom furniture preparation pre time.up a great employment in these industries. Western Ghost ;years of age or over. A dependent to add two .cross Street
sented"to .the 1961 session of the
cornel in a number of modern Government employment rose, streamers to the city decorationseach
father must be 65
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A;pust wtmnoiui rows colors, the task of selecting the Legislature which meets in Tallahassee In addition to early filing of local government employment 6.900reflectini' ( Town To disabled son or daughter or over.must year. It is planned to' con-
in April. }-billsthe legislators also decided OpenOn
classroom hues was given to John continued hiring by the tinue this policy.
Under a new rule, approved by not to consider any bills local in have a disability so, severe that ...
Sun., Mon. Dec. I 11-12 I Colombo, supervisor of instruction., members of the House at a meet- nature after the first 30 days ol schools during October. At 224,400 it keeps him or her from doing Try Remoulade sauce with. avocado
above and
September 12,300 abovea
ing at Boca Raton, all bills localin the session without special approval r SaturdayThe any substantial gainful work. Also, and seafood.
Adam' nature must be filed! with the of the Rules Committee. year ago.Circus the disability must: have begun
:U ROBERT Yuran, 74, Chief Clerk of the House of Repre- Affect of this new rule is that Western Ghost Town and before the child reached his 18th
HAYWE / Passed Away FridayMr. sentatives by March 28, one week counties f with local bills which must Storybook Zoo, Flor ja's first birthday '
'WOOD/WAGNER before the opening Legislature.Bills be advertised in the newspaper for Is ComingTo multi-theme park on the Orange If you believe that you or some.

Adam Yuran 74, died in local in 'nature are laws 30 days prior to presentation' to Taft December 16 Blossom Trail north of Kissimmee .- one you know may be eligible U

"- Kissimmee Friday. Mr. Yoran was which deal only with one munici- the Legislature, will haTe to start finally has repaired the damage get benefits as a result of this t n.7 tb
ll THE born in Poland and was the retired pality or county or a group of similar the ads'no later than February 28. The circus is coming back to done by hurricane Donna and change in the law, remember! *ss

FINE Greens Keeper for the Rockville counties. And all counties will have to start Taft, FUu, at Community Center on will reopen Saturday December 10. payments must be applied for.

Center Country Club Rockville House Speaker-designate Wil- work on proposed legislation earl- Dec. 16 under the auspices of Taft Three months after the fateful Call write, or visit your social

YOUNGCANNIBALS" Center N.Y., after thirty years of liam V. Chappell, Jr., Ocala, said ier than usual in order to meet the Volunteer Fire Department proceeds storm which flattened. the< at- security district office; to ask a- .
service. He moved to Kissimmee the early filing of,local legislationwill March 28 filing deadline. will go towards Fire Fight- traction and indirectly caused the bout making an application, stated RL

1 three years ago. He was a memberof relieve the log-jam, of bills Chappell said he considers the ing Equipment. loss of the owners nome by firea Col. Patton. The district office I

the Ethical Culture Fellowship. presented at each session and pro- new rule a major governmental! The Scott Bros. Indoor &: Ball week later, damage to the Story- here in Orlando is located at 26 '
ZONE
..reE Orange Gardens 'Shuffle board vide more time for considerationof improvement which will speed up Park Circus, was originated a few book Zoo area and the old western East Central Ave.A .,usE POSTAL UMBERS

club, and the Orange Gardens Civic general bills affecting. the en- the mechanics of bill-passing and years ago when similar conditions town has been corrected and the
Association.He tire state. .provide more- time for consideration forced "The Big One" to fold its attraction reopened to the public. recent survey in Minnesota Avoid the Last MinuteRysli

Tue., Wed. Dec. $$3- 14 is survived by his wife Jose- In almost all cases, I local bills general bills of a statewide tents and revert to indoor audi- The ghost town recreates! the shows that 74% of is high school Be Sure YPUlChristmas
toriums and ball,parks. Scott Bros.
phine Yuran, a son Thaddeus are passed without controversy. nature. atmosphere of the early frontier students between 15-18 years of Cards\ 'and
their
carries own seats, lightsequipment ,
Yuran Woodstock, N.Y., a daughter town with 20 buildings, several l of age read one- or more newspapers
'OEJUIflUlOt Mrs. Blanche Lavaggi, Long Merchants Form staging: paraphernalia. which contain interesting momen-! regularly. Gifts-Arrive on. Time.KISSIMMEEDRIVEIN.
Kiwanis To. Sponsor and, animals but the tent is
Island City N.Y.; a brother John tos and antiques from that era.
missing. Tho the tent might not be
JRIEi"ltiaifU." k1.V m Yuran Jersy City, N. J.; and three Association Here ( Christmas Basket there, the performance and acts The Museum Assay Office., Sheriffs
grand children. Office and Magic Museum
will be the will be
same; patrons.
aOUIGECONFIDENTIAL.-I The body was forwarded to New The formation of a merchants For a number of years the local riveted to your seats by the dar- contain a variety of interesting .
York City N.Y., for funeral services association spearheaded by ff. Main Kiwanis Club Ass sponsored the ing and amazing Kenny Sher- exhibits for adults' as well as _
and interment the Riedel St. businessmen has been announc- Basket Basket children.
by
"Christmas
Community burne famous juggler and unicy-
.- ed. .. I THUR. FRI. DEC. 8. 9
Home.Florida's "Sheriff Jim" Killfp said be ,
".us+etlil, -* "0 organization and this year list, CoL Kit Carson Noble will .
Paul Oakes, owner of theMietf Edward C. Grissom'Jr, is servingas amaze with his manipulation of could assure the holders of free THE LOST WORLD"
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e. ,r. w' '. 1961 petnut; acreage Franklin Store .her was named, general 1 chairman with Sam various bullwhips along with tight gasses: which are issued to visit Rains
UnwersaWntemabonal Release allotment is 55,259 acres. chairman of the association.' Lupfer acting as treasurer. H. H. rope< walkers, trained dogs goats ors that all 'passes previously; Fernando Lamas Claude

Speaking of the new group i Lively has agreed to serve as funny clowns LibertyHorses, acrobats issued will be cheerfully honored. cartoon short subjects .:
Oakes declared, "Rumors that we chairman: of the purchasing: com. and many other well known Saturday and Sunday there will "

JQ are forming a North Kissimmee mittee. circus acts. be periodic magic shows and visit- : SATURDAY DEC. 10 t"GIRL'S
.
Chamber of Commerce are absolutely A committee has also been Scott Bros. Circus has a motto ors will also have the opportunity)' ,
nam-
a4'7'iJt'L = incorrect. We will work hard ed to screen all. names submitted The Circus will never die this will to witness Sheriff Jim's training] TOWN"tylamig .
with the Kissimmee Chamber of manifest itself in the performers sessions with Rookie JI succesorto
so that there will be no duplica Van Doren Mel/ Tprjne
I Commerce in every possible way. tfons. .. on the Scott Bros. European style the Wonder Horse. Saddle .
Our function will be primarily beof Practically local organizations circus. They are all rich incircus horses will be for hire and donkey; plus. ..

establishing uniform hours and support this community ef- history and all are fine troupers, rides will be available to the kid- "THE SHEEPMAN"Glen .
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS creating promotions to generate fort and contribute to the Christmas from the smallest members of the '
11 CLEARANCE ONe traffic into tha Kissimmee business Basket: 'Fund. Names of needy troupe, 5 and 6 years old Kit &: dies.The unique policy of admitting Ford -.f Shirley McLaipe"cartoon
"
t SOME -1 ONLY" areas. families can be submitted to Kim Noble who will amaze on the accompanied free aud a free an-
any; short subjects i
1,! MODELS He said the association was also of the above workers. roly-boly and the rolling globe. nual pass to one adult in each .
necessary to help build business in They were born in the proverbial party will be continued, with adult

FREE GIFTWRAPPING the Main St. business area,, actor's trunk. tickets modestly priced at 75c for .. Sun., Mon.,' Tue. Wednesday
The new organization has styled : For a stupendous two hours of the 40 minute guided tour. *
Building Permits Dec. 11-12-13 Dec. 14
itself as the Merchants Assn. of fantasy and entertainment, don'tmiss

New N..1797 LAY AWAY Kissimmee. It is a simple organization Total 1 $39,000Total it.Tickets. Scouts Tell RotaryOf '
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sale from
now on
l.rel-Wind with no officers the any
except
PLAN chairman, Oakes said. It is not building permits issued for member of Taft Volunteer Fire. Jamboree Trip :Debb! k1E1i i DwYitYEtt1I1Y

confined to the "uptown" area. new construction in the month of Department Members of Boy Scout Troop ---

M 1970 President_ '.,um.,.__....... Reg. S37J NOW '26.75 "There is a real need for this in November> by the City of Kissun 291 told Kissimmee Rotarians Monday fIfR71BA .

M 1965 professional. .._'..'....'"._,_,,, lit;. $22..50. -'NOW $17.75 the face .of Orlando competition1" mee totaled 839,000 according Intercession of their trip to the GoldenJ.am- PfJUtIG.SfTOII cup cat

M' 1944 M Service ..._.._............ ..... .;Reg.1695NOW $1150 Oakes declared. "Certainly if we City Manager Harold Farmer. City boree at Colorado Springs last R i.WILLS'THE
can keep a major percent of the II. P. Jewell obtained a $1,300 Group Elect Officers summer.
M 1927 Direct"Drive ..............._u....... Reg. $)$16.00 :' NOW $11.25 traffic shopping in Kissimmee, it permit for work on. the office of ; Those giving the talk and show- i t

M 1960 Criterion Deluxe .U.Uh..h.h. Reg. JM.OO NOW'! $ 9.9;3 certainly is for the good and benefit Red Arrow Laundry on North The Civic Association of Inter- ing slides of the trip were Bill Cal.

M 1945 Service '''_''h..U..uu n'h'hu. Reg. $14.00 NOW $ 9.95 of everyone in town." Main Street for the only commercial cession City held their last annual! lahan and Bruce Whitewolf. TIME

l M 1921 Wondereel 1 ".'" .. _.uuu.. .. Reg."$11.00r NOW $ 9.9,5 permit. meeting of the year, Monday eve- told Their the Rotarians scoutmaster about, Craig the Scout-Ben]; .

M 1926 Direct Brire' .. ..... ... _. Residential permits included BeT: ning Dec. 5, 1960, 7:45 p.m. Rev.
.U. Reg. $13.50 NOW $ 9.50 READ R. C. Horton Magnolia Perk. Kreider local pastor, reported thata ing program in Kissimmee, and MACHINE

$11,500; Bruce Partin Patrick and Civil Defense Unit should be listed some of the community serv- .

B & L TACKLE SHACK Forrest, 10.000, H.'D. and"V-Land organized in Intercession City to ice activities of Troop 29L These p.. M3 MOCOLOAtein1cOIOTI
included the formation and stand- Iw
Company, Columbia Circle, $5,700, help out in any emergency or
14 W. DARLINGTON ,Ph. TI 7-2681 Fag RESULTS and Clara Edge, 1710. Doris Street disaster! This group was organ by of the emergency service corps; /e...wl"M1KISSIMMEE/
l
the troop'p helping to cleanup the
$10,500.j . ,. ized, consisting ,of Rev. H. B. lakefront after fiurricane Donna:
II I I Kreider as president, Rev. Cha assistance at the Boat-A-Cade: DRIV'E.IN
Jacobs Vice President ,l.
as and

_j .lLERSETfIEFi1 f FromMAKiNSOMS. J. Darin Sec. Treas.: : race sportacar; and races the conducting and marathon a boat gets TAMPA HIGHWAY
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out-the-vo campaign.
Children
.reelected. Owen; P. Brannan, president Adults SOc under 12 free .

; Miss Leeh Kinney, treas- SHOW STARTS 7:00 P.M.
( Ever make a squash pie? De
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GIHSfor.lhetntire.Faniilyl4A I D. G. Owlett was elected
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first vice president, Rev. IL B.Kreider .

HARDWARE third president
There were twv new members, uIIIJI141
Ralph Welch, second vice presidenj. WeHaveltl'I .... 1I1firtJIVlIanhll

For the men ,on your list, far the KidsCOWBOY for .Mom '..Welch had served for a nom I, :

/ leer of years as president of the < PREp SATIN} is read>to e.a .

A Selection Of Association Dr F. R. Birch fourthvice' ws "." 0' :
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: PYREX president a new member oith
TOOLS OUTFITS -. : '. glqs\yare o group. ... 20!minutes without'Japi. 100%
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CASE KNIVES ,r" SKATES .f paving. He said the money was '
\ ;, .'." CORNINGELECTRIC in or pledged for the project. It 5lRSD AS YOUR
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Page 6 The Kissimraee Gazette, 'Thursday, December 8, 1960 I of about eight God-fearing! men .GUEST SPEAKER Christian Science HONORED Alpha Phis Held Nursing Homes Mug, rMeet
and women in Monroe County, StandardsNursing
Tennessee, met for worship and Lecture ScheduledHow Christmas PartyThe State

spiritual edification. The group Health and individual usefulness home of Dr. and Mrs. Eu- home operators in Oi-
KNOW TOUR CHURCHES continued to meet in an informal .: can be restored illustrated through in gene Speirs was the festive setting ceola County have been put on notice
manner worshiping God in song, spiritual means as for the Christmas party of the Xi i that they most. bring their ej-
By prayer, testimonies and searchingthe the Bible will be brought out Scienceto in a Alpha Chapter of Beta' Sigma Phi ; tablisments up to standards required -
scriptures. The group became public: lecture on Christian law and regula
by state
Tuesday night.
Rev. Renus OlsonThis known as "Christian Union" and Y.a. be given here Sunday afternoon, tions.
church with December 11th, by John D. Pickettof During the brief business meeting
: was organized as a the Chicago Illinois. which preceded the patty the The warning came from E. Rui*
pastor.
Richard Spurling as
I Mr. Pickett will speak in_ the sx service project was discussed and sell Jackson nursing come corf-
series of articles on Know Ix beginning of the worship service The first ten years showed little High School Auditorium, Tenth plans made to brighten the daysof sultant of the State Board of,
Your Churches are written primarily and it was a very good offering. growth, but in 1896 the preaching 9 Street and Michigan Avenue, at shut ins during the coming year. Health, at a meeting attended :T>y
to give the reader an opportunity After singing the song Saved of "the gospel of entire sanctifi- 3:00 o'clocklJld T the auspices of Plans for the annual Christmas operators of seven homes., --
to understand our sister Saved Saved they had short testimony cation" .gave new life to the little First Church of Christ, Scientist dance to be held Friday December16th Jackson was here to discuss
churches better by giving you a\\ meeting and then they went church groups. After 1906 under His subject will be "Christian ,j were also discussed. The present rules and to advise the
condensed account of their basic to prayer. The pastor led in prayer the impetus of revivals and the Science: The Joy of Living by Di- Christmas Ball which the three nursing home operators as to what
beliefs and practices. It would but everyone joined .in audibly. preaching of the baptism of the c pine Authority. The public is invited chapter of the sorority are sponsoring the board was expecting to ask she
require a book to gjve you a detailed Everyone' joined in singing Old Holy Ghost, the church grew faster to attend without charge.A will be held at the Elks next state legislature in the way
report on each church. i Camp-Meeting Days and Have and spread to other states. An native of Ohio, Mr. Pickettwas Lodge. This dance is the one) big of new regulations.
Our visit this Sunday was to Thine Own Way Lord. nual assemblies were held to knit educated in Georgia and North social function of the year in Mainly, the health authoritieshave
worship with the Church of God Rev. Horton read from the gospel the body together and formulatethe Dakota. Formerly president of his which all three chapters join. I warned rest home operators
followers. Many: who read these of St. Luke Ch. 6 Vs. 4749. governent to guide the young own investment banking firm, he Due to the large membership of they cannot pose as old home operators
lines have heard Rev. Horton His sermon was "Building a churches. In 1907 the name, liquidated his business affairs in the combined groups the limited to avoid meeting regulations
preach at the union service He House" He brought out that everyone "Church of God" was chosen aa 1942 to enter the full time practiceof facilities of the hall, invitationswill placed on the former. In calculat
was the speaker at the sunrise is building a house. Jesus the name of the church. Now there 51. E. Culpepper an official of Christian Science. He was a ZONA GALE VARNADOREFormer not be extended to the public lating the number of persons re
Easter service two years ago and brought out two types of housesone are churches in every state of the the'Florida Conference of Sev Christian Science Wartime Worker and attendance will be restricted to quired to work in the homes 1 for
again at this years union Thanks- built on sand, one built on union and 56 foreign countries. enth-day Adventists, will visit during World War II. Prior to that * members of Beta Sigma Phi plus a instance,both ambulatory and bedridden -
giving service held In the Methodist solid rock. To build on solid rock Before we take a look nt what the Kissimmee Adventist church he had served in active field service Kissimmeean limited amount of guests. patients must br/ counted;
church. On both occasions he takes time, work and sacrifice.Our this Church of God believes let as guest speaker on Saturday. on the Illinois Flood Relief Makes Honor Society Table reservations may be made The operators were also warned
brought us a good message. To h'/oses can be built of mud me. remind the reader that thereis Dec. 10, at the preaching service Committees of The Mother Church, Miss1' Gale Varnadore, by calling.. Mrs. Art Scalli by Wed that inexperienced cannot &4.
most of you that is all you know brick, lumber or stone, but the I another Church of God with at 9:30 ajn. according to announcement The First Church of Christ, Scien- Zona J. D. nesday, December 14. minister medication to the nursing
and Mrs.
of Rev. Horton. lie is pastor of structure must be strong if it is headquarters in Anderson, Indiana from the conference tist, in Boston, Massachusetts.Since daughter of Mr. of Mr. Those attending the party included home patients; that the- fire laws
the Church of God located on the to 'stand the storm. Hurricane that are quits different in office at Orlando. Cnlpepper is becoming a member of The Varnadore, granddaughter Mmes. Jerry Ivey James must be observed; and that old age
corner of Bryant end Alden Sta. Donna showed the builders they their beliefs. publishing department secretary Christian Science Board of Lectureship and Mrs. Jack Paulk, was recently Honor Earle Lupfer Jr.. Velma Reynolds, homes could not operate as nursing
We arrived early *nd soon discovered needed stronger building codes The Church of God (Cleveland, of the conference. "Literature he has travelled throughout tapped into the National Earl Schmidt Lou Tarcai, Earl homes yet escape the regulations.
of Leesburg.In
that this church does not The temptations and storms of Tenn.) believe- I Evangelism" will be the subject the United States, South America Society chapter for this Murphy Bill Barber, Wm. Heeren, Jackson reminded the operators
dismiss Sunday School but goes life| show us we need to build on 1. In the verbal inspiration of.. of his discourse here. The pub- and Canada. order to ,be is eligible considered on Art Logsdon George Reynolds, of the need for meeting fire laws.
,right into the church service with the solid rock foundation:! thatJccms the Bible. lic is invited to attend this service organization one Lester Mann, J. W. Needham, Pat He reminded them of the Largo
and
grades, citizenship, character Allen, Dick Makinson, Bob Eby fire in which a large number,of
out any break Everyone attending has laid for us. Jesus left 2. In the Trinity as well as any other serviceof students in
of 129
Christ activities. Out
Sunday School stayed for church. two specific blue prints for building 3. The Virgin birth of Christ, the church,.which is on North Church Of only 21 were chosen Haley Duke Jessie Mae M Maa- inmates were killed.
senior class
the
The congregation was made up of our homes (life). We must His death and literal resurrection. Orlando Ave. Just off EmmettSt. Schedule ListedThe for this great honor. ters, Milton Whidden and EdRohde. There are approximately 80 peV-
sons in the seven nursing homes |nOsceola
younger married couples_ with build bur spiritual Aouse as well 4. That all have sinned and Kissimmee Church of Christ Zona Gale was born in Kissimmee -
three or four children each. It as pur material house. The Kind short of the of God i at each Doris Paulk Those assisting the hostess, Mrs. County. 3 j
invites
come glory everyone to worship ; her mother being Charles suj,
Bron- "Some of the
Spiers were :Mmes. places are >-
made one think of the' old times of house depends on the material and that repentance is commanded of the services Each She is member of the
following
Varnadore. a "
son, Rohde, Duke and McMasters. standard T. W. Miller, of the Op-
when fathers and mothers took and foundation. The kind of home Church
of God for all and necessary Episcopal Thursday 7:30 P.M. is Bible Future Homemakers of America.1st cents County Health,n.t, .. ....
their children to church and"' they depends on the material-sacrifice, for the forgiveness of sins. Services Listed Study time. On the Lord's Day Lt.in the Leesburg High School : Miller said l beforethe- nursing.IdI
oil sat in their own pew. prayer, love'!, joy, honor, patience, 5. That justification, regenera- morning Bible School is at 10:00 Band and an active member of the OHS Drama Class I I homes are re-licensed in January
The offering was taken at the understanding and longsufferingwe tion, and the new birth are For the next three Thursday A.M. with Worship and: Communion Pep Club. he is asking Jackson to makeper
put into It. Let us dedicate our wrought by faith in the blood ol nights the Inquirers' Class at St at 11:00. At 1:00< P.M. each Her church affiliation is Baptist.She Presents PlayCave sonal inspection of them.
life to building well and strong. Christ. John's Episcopal Church will be Sunday "The Herald of Truth" is president of the Baptist
Some want.to throw a little into 6. In sanctification subsequentto studying the sacrament, of Holy program over T.V. station WLOF Training Union and social chairman Man, a one-act play, was .r F
CHRISTMASMUSIC their spiritual! house but we must the new birth. Communion in the church at 8 pan. channel 9. Our evening Worship of the Young People's De- staged for students at Osceola Two Negroes Being
dedicate our all to the task. 7. Holiness to be God's standard Anyone interested in this studyis each Lord's Day is at 6:00 P.M. partment in the Sunday SchooL High School by members of* Larry
Carefree salvation is not for of living for His People. invited to attend these classes. \(The 'church is located just one Gross dramatics class. Held For Forgery
those who want to go to heaven. 8. In the baptism with the Holy The Brotherhood of St. Andrew mile north on the Old Dixie Highway Kowtown 4-H Club 1, The script was modified by Fred Two Negroes are being held in
by. the You get cut\ of a thing just what Ghost subsequent to a clean heart. will meet at 7 aJn. Saturday and 527 at the corner of JacksonSt. I Roberts, a student in the class connection with a check forgery
you put if to it. Watch and Pray 9. In speaking with other St. John's Chit will meet that Donald G. Weldon is minister. Plan ChristmasParty Given 'two days, two casts were operation, Sheriff Bob Deckels said
First Baptist Ch'unh. Choir always. Step out on God's ,used in the production. One of the Horace Haywood '
prom tongues as the Spirit gives ..ut night at 7:30 in the parish men
p.m.
SUNDAY 7:30 P.)!. The Kowtown's 4-H Club met Those participating included
ises. Stand) by your convictions. terance and that it is the initial house.- Revival Meeting To is beig held in Polk County jail
Directed by Your conscience will tell when Thursday: At the meeting decora- Fred Roberts and Ray Hall as Ne- while the other,Jimmy Joe Wilson,
you evidence of the baptism, of the Regular Sunday services, the
Be Held Dec. 718thThe tions were made for the 4-1: anderthal Peggy Grissom and Di- '
Mrs. John Croxton 'you are right or wrong.A Holy Ghost. 3rd Sunday in Advent, are as ; is being held in county Jail here.
Mrs. W. C. Barrett, organistMrs. material home is not just 10. In water baptism by im- follows: 7.30 a.nu Holy Com Morrison Memorial Pilgrim Christmas party, to be held Dee. ana Cockerille as Valli; Billie Kaye The sheriff said Wilson admitted
Hewen Lasseter. pianist' water and naud it is two people mersion. munion, 9:45 a.m. Church School Church of Intercession City will 10, 1960. Elliot and Connie Love as Flame; four cases of forgery but denied
that love eacjh other and love God. Divine conduct a aeries of meetings be- The Club planned a picnic for the Nancy White and Susie Quick as endorsing or passing the worthless
The is 11. healing is providedfor 11 Communion, 6
public cordially ajn. Holy p.m
next meeting. Dec. 15. The picnicis Aunt Yak-Yak and Charles Eby
Build home the ginning December 7th through December checks. The sheriff said the men
your on principlesof all
attendBible in the atonement. Churchmen, 7:20
invited td Episcopal Young
to be given by Polly Thacker and and Dicky McLaughlin as
with services being young used rubber bought
Christ. Build deep on the rockas 18th stamps they in
12. In the Lord's and Evening Prayer.In
supper pjn. held at 7:30 each night. Signora Briley with Faye Bumby hunter. the dime store to the checks
Study tU'LID.: Jesus told as and no matter print ,
washing of the saints' feet. addition to the Friday service -
and Alice'Cotton in charge of the The chorus for both productions
Rev. Roy Bellamy of Defience seven in number.All .
Union _, 6:15 what comes :we can stand firm ,
Training p.m. 13. In the premillennial second of Holy Communion at 10 a-m., recreation. included Dianne Golubsld Sharon
and secure. Ohio will be engaged' as the evangelist of the checks were cashed in-
Worship Services; coming of Jesus. there is now a regularly scheduled: Spiers Susan Starling Nadine *
and the said.
The singer. Apopka, sheriff
11:00 & 7dO service was closed with a 14. In the bodily resurrection; on Tuesday at the same
aun. pjo. service The public is invited. Jennie Phillips Brown, Connie Conrad, Jane Lea
prayer. eternal life for the righteous and time, followed by a meeting of the Connelly, Patsy Murphy, Patty
The Church of God cannot pointto eternal punishment for the wicked. Women's Prayer Group. i I Business Women To Circle To Meet Yates and Ruth Suasenberger. City Gets $5,249.66
any ,one man as its founder or The adult choir will now regularly The Jennie Phillips Circle will Backstage arrangements were From Cigarette i Tax
to any great Deader upon whose Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Grigsbyand meet each Friday night at Meet{ Monday Night meet Wednesday, December 14th handled by Dave Castlewitz, Steve
,
teaching its doctrine is founded.It Mrs. William Grigsby joinedin 7:30, Mrs. Richard Canada, choir The Business Women's Circle of at boon at the home of Mrs. H. S. Eldridge and Robert Cotton. The City of Kissimmee received
CHUtCH ST. AND SttOUlE AVI.Dr. was born through 'dissatisfaction a birthday celebration honoring director, has announced. the'First Baotist Church will meet Ayres 304 Clyde Ave. $5,249.66, from cigarette taxes collected
H.P. Amos Pastor with! the Jack of spiritualityof Miss Stella Orr of Orlando at Monday, December: 12, at 7:30 pjn.at It will be covered dish luncheonand Florida; restaurants serve 175 in October, according to I*
( existing church groups, and a dinner at the Imperial House Sat- The Robert Harveys have returned the home of Mrs. Tom Addison. the Christmas party. 000 breakfasts daily-\Mainstay of I Grant -Peeples director e{ the
quest for deeper consecration to urday. Miss Orr' and Mrs. Maurice to Kissimmee from Wads This will be the Circle's Christ Members are asked to bring a the wholesome' breakfast>Js--pne, state beverage department, .which
.the Spirit of God. In 1886 r group Grigsby are sisters. worth, Ohio. mas party.. gift valued at $1.00. or more ,Florida fresh eggs." collects the tax.
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Page 6 The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, December 8, 1960 of about eight God-fearing men ,GUEST SPEAKER Christian Science: HONORED Xi Alplza Phis Held Nursing Homes $r
and women in Monroe County, Meet State StandardsNursing
Scheduled Christmas PartyThe
,"" Lecture
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Tennessee met for worship and j .' <1.' < a fS<" ;J8
edification.. The group <': 7- l< .t;; How Health and individual usefulness .
spiritual ;; home of Dr and Mrs. Eugene home operators in O4eeola
KNOW YOUR CHURCHESBy continued to meet in an informal ,,. can be restored through in Speirs was the festive setting County have been put on notice -
illustrated
manner, worshiping God in song, ., f spiritual means as for the Christmas party of the XI That they must bring their e>-
?
;
'
< ff Bible will be brought out in a
searching the required
prayer, testimonies and : Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Ublismenta up to standards -
Scienceto
/ Christian
;
4 the scriptures. The group became public lecture on Tuesday night. by state law and regula
Rev. Renus OlsonThis :; Union" and be given here Sunday afternoon,
known as 'Christian ;{ tions.
During the brief business meeting
with December 11th, by John D. Pickettof
was organized as a church, Chicago, Illinois. y Kr. which preceded the party, the The warning came from E. Iin j.
Richard Spurting as the pastor. "Mr. Pickett will speak in the service project was discussed and sell Jackson, nursing home consultant -
.series of articles on Know beginning of the worship service The first ten years showed little High School Auditorium Tenth plans made to brighten the daysof I of the State Board of
:Your Churches are written pri- and it was a very good offering. growth, but in 1896 the preachingof 1 Street and Michigan Avenue, at shut ins during the coming year. I Health, at a meeting attended ty
marily to give the reader an opportunity After singing the song i Saved "the gospel of entire sanctifi- w 3:00! o'clock under the auspices of Plans for the annual Christmas operators of seven homes.
to understand our sister Saved Saved they bad short testimony cstio gave new life to the little first Church of Christ, Scientist .' } dance to be held Friday December Jackson was here to discuss
churches better by giving you sf.. meeting and then they wentto church groups. After 1906 under His subject will be "Christian I 16th were also discussed. The present rules and to advise the
condensed account of their\ basic prayer. The pastor led in prayer the impetus of revivals end the Science: The Joy of Living by Di- Christmas Ball which the three nursing home operators as to what
beliefs and practices. It would but everyone joined .in audibly. preaching of the baptism of the tine Authority. The public is invited chapter of the sorority are' sponsoring -' the board was'expecting to ask the
require book to gjve you a detailed Everyone joined in singing Old Holy Ghost, the church grew faster to attend without charge.A will be held at the Elks next state l legislature. in the way
report on each church. I tOur Camp-Meeting Days and Have and spread to other states. Annual native of Ohio, Mr. Pickettwas Lodge. This dance is the one big of new regulations.
visit thTs Sunday was to Thine Own Way Lord. assemblies were held to knit educated in Georgia and North social function of the year in Mainly, the health authorities
worship with the Church of God Rev. Horton read from the gos- the body together and formulate Dakota. Formerly president of his 'which all three chapters join. have warned rest home operators
followers. Many who read these pel of St. Luke Ch. 6 Vs. 4749. I the governent to guide the young own investment banking firm he x. Due to the large membership of they cannot pose as old home opera
lines have heard Rev. Horton His sermon was "Building a churches. In 1907 the name, liquidated his business affairs in the combined groups the limited ators to avoid meeting regulation
preach at the onion services. He House" He brought out that everyone "Church of God" was chosen aJ 1942 to enter the full time practice t facilities of the hall, invitationswill placed on the former. In cakulat-
was the speaker at. the sunrise is building a house. Jesus the name of the church. Now there M. E. Cnlpepper, an official of of Christian Science. He was a'' ZONA GALE VARNADORE not be extended to the public lating the number of persons required -
Easter service two years ,E>O and brought out two types of housesone are churches in every state of the the 'Florida Conference of Sev- Christian Science Wartime Worker .. and attendance will be restricted to I to work in the homes, for
again at this years union Thanks- built 'on sand, one built on union and 56 foreign countries. Adventists, will visit during World War II. Prior to that members of Beta Sigma Phi plus a instance, both ambulatory and bod-
giving service held In the Methodist solid rock. To build on solid rock Before we take a look at what the enth-day Kissimmee< Adventist churchas he had served in active field service Former Kissimmeean; limited amount of guests. ridden patients must be counted
church. On both occasions he takes time, work and sacrifice. this Church of God believes, let guest speaker on Saturday, on the Illinois Flood Relief Makes Honor SocietyMiss Table reservations may be made The operators were also warned
brought us a good message. To I Our houses can be built of mud, me remind the reader that thereis Dec. 10, rt the preaching service Committees of The Mother Church, Zona Gale Varnadore, by calling Mrs. Art Scalli by Wed that inexperienced help cannot administer
most of you that is all you know brick, lumber or stone, but the another Church of God with at 9:30 ajn., according to an- '. The First Church of Christ, Scientist of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. nesday, December 14. medication to the nursing
of He of is Boston Massachusetts.Since daughter Those attending the party included home patients; that the fire laws
Rev. Horton. Is pastor structure must be strong if it headquarters in Anderson Indi- nouncement from the conference in of Mr.
the Church of ,God located on the to stand the storm. Hurricane that quits different in office at Orlando. Cnlpepper is becoming a member of The Varnadore granddaughter Mines. Jerry hey', James must be observed; and that old age
are recently
ana Jack Paulk, was
of Lectureship and Mrs. Earle Lupfer Jr., Velma Reynolds, homes could not operate as nursing
Board
corner of Bryant end! Alden Sts. Donna showed the builders theyneeded their beliefs. publishing department secretaryof Christian Science Honor
National
We arrived early end soon discovered stronger building codes, The Church of God (Cleveland, the conference. "Literature he has travelled throughout tapped into the of Leesburg.In Earl Schmidt, Lou Tarcai, Earl homes yet escape the regulations.
that this church does not The temptations and storms of Tenn. believe- Evangelism" will be the subjectof the United} States,South Amer- Society chapter this Murphy, Bill Barber, Wm. lleeren, Jackson reminded the operators
School ) order to be eligible for Art Logsdon, George Reynolds, of the need for meeting fire laws.He .
dismiss but life show need to build ica, and Canada.
Sunday goes us we on 1. In the verbal inspiration of. his discourse: here. The public is considered on
organization one
Lester Mann, J. W. Needham, Pat reminded them of the Largo
I
right into the church service without the solid rock foundation that the Bible. is invited to attend this service character rnd _
,
I grades, citizenship Allen, Dick Makinson, Bob Eby, fire in which a large number'of
any break Everyone attending Jesus has laid for us. Jesus left well as any other serviceof in
2. In the Trinity as I activities. Out of 129 students
( Of Christ
Church
M inmates killed.
Jessie Mae Masters
Haley Duke, were .
Sunday School stayed for church. two' specific blue prints for building the church, which is on North
Christ
chosen
3. The Virgin birth of the senior class, only 21 were -
Whidden and Ed There 80 pe
The congregation was made of homes life We must off Emmett ListedThe Milton are approximately i r-
up our ( ) His death and literal resurrection. Orlando Are, just Schedule for this great honor.
in the homes
Rohde. sons seven nursing p
younger married couples with build bur spiritual house as well 4. That all have sinned and St. Kissimmee Church of Christ Zona Gale was born in Kissimmee Those assisting the hostess, Mrs. Osceola County.
three or four children each. It as pur material house. The Kind come short of the glory of God i invites everyone to worship at each ; her mother being Doris Paulk Spiers, were Mmes. Charles Bron- "Some of the places'are sup 1]-
made one think of the' old times of house depends on the material'' and that repentance is commanded : of the following services Each Varnadore. She is a member of the son, Rohde, Duke and McMasters. standard" T. W. Miller, of the Op.
when fathers and mothers took and foundation. The kind of home' of God for all and necessaryfor Episcopal _Church Thursday 7:30 P.11. is Bible Future Homemakers of America. ceola County Health Dept, said.
their children to church and they depends on the material sacrifice, the forgiveness of sins. Services ListedFor Study time. On the Lord's Day 1st Lt. in the Leesburg High School Miller said before the nursing.
all sat in their own pew. prayer, love, joy, honor, patience, 5. That justification, regenera- morning Bible School is at 10:00 Band and an active member of the OHS Drama Class homes are re-licensed in January,
The offering was taken at the undersltanding! : and longsufferingwe tion, and the new birth are the next wee Thursday AJU. with Worship and Communion Pep Club. he is asking Jackson to make per
put. into It. Let us dedicate our wrought by faith in the blood of nights the Inquirers' Class at St at 11:00. At 1:00{ P.M. each Her church affiliation is Baptist.She Presents PlayCave i sonal inspection of them.
life to building well and strong. Christ. John's Episcopal Church will be Sunday "The Herald of Tr th" is president of the Baptist
Some wantto throw a little into 6. In sanctification subsequentto studying the sacrament of Holy program over T.V. station WLOF Training Union and social chair- Man, a one-act play was' j
CHRISTMASMUSIC their spiritual house but we must the new birth. Communion in the church at 8 pjn. channel 9. Our evening Worship man of the Young People's De- staged for students at Osceola Two Negroes Being
dedicate our all to the task. 7. Holiness to be God's standardof Anyone interested in this studyis each Lord's Day is at 6:00 P.M. .partment in the Sunday SchooL High School by members of* Larry
Carefree salvation is not for living for His People. invited to attend these classes. (\The 'church is located: just one I Gross dramatics class. Held For Forgery
those who want to go to heaven. 8. In the baptism with the Holy The Brotherhood of St. Andrew I mile north on the Old Dixie Highway Kowtown 4-H Club I The script was modified by Fred Two Negroes are being held in
by. the You get cut of a thing just what Ghost subsequent to a clean heart. will meet at 7 aJn.'Saturday and ; 527 at the corner of Jackson Roberts, a student in the class connection with a check forgery
you put tyto it. Watch and Pray 9. I n speaking with other St. John's Club will meet that St. Donald G. Weldon is minister. Plan Christmas, Party Given two, days, two casts were operation Sheriff Bob Buckets said
First Baptist Church Choir'StTNDAY always. Step out on God's prom tongues the in the- parish "used in the production. One of the men, Horace Haywoodis
as Spirit gives utterance night at 7:30
: :7:30 P- I. ises. Stand; by your convictions.:. and that it is the initial house.- p.m. Revival Meeting To The Kowtown's 4-H Club met Those participating included berg held in Polk County jail
Directed by Your conscience will tell when services Thursday.; At the meeting decora- Fred Roberts and Ray Hall as Ne- while the other,Jimmy Joe Wilson,
evidence the
you of the of the
baptism Regular Sunday '
Be Held Dec. 7 18thThe tions were made for the 4-13 anderthal; Peggy Grissom and Di- '
Mrs. John Croxton you are right or wrong.A Ghost. is being'tield in county Jail hem
Holy in Advent, as
3rd Sunday are Memorial Christmas party, to be held Des ana Cockerille as Valli; Billie Kaye The sheriff said Wilson admitted .
material Morrison Pilgrim
Mrs. W. C. Barrett, organist. home is not just 10. In water baptism by im- follows: 730 &jaj Holy Communion
Mra. Hewen Lasseter, pianist water and nid it is two people mersion. 9:45 Church School Church of Intercession City will 10,1960. Elliot and Connie Love as Flame. four cases of forgery but denied
a-m. The Club planned picnic for the Nancy White and Susie Quick as
of be- a endorsing the worthless
that conduct series meetings or passing
'love eadh othor a
and love God. '
The public i is cordially 11. Divine healing is providedfor 11 a.m. Holy Communion, 6 p.m.
Build home the ginning December 7th through De- next meeting, Dec. 15. The picnic Aunt Yak-Yak and Charles Eby checks. The sheriff said the men!
invited td attend your on principles all in the atonement. Episcopal Young Churchmen, 7: Op.m.
of Christ. Build cember 18th, with services being is to be given by Polly Thacker and and Dicky McLaughlin as young used rubber stamps they boucht'Jl1the
deep on the rockas 12. In the Lord's and .
; supper Evening Prayer.In with Bumby hunter.
held at 7:30 each night. Signora Briley Faye I dime store to print the checks,
1:45'LID.. Jesus told
Bible Study us and no matter washing of the saints' feet. addition to the Friday serv-
of the
Rev. Roy Bellamy of Defience and Alice'Cotton in charge The chorus for both productions, seven in number.All .
Training Union __._ 6:15 p.m. what comes :we can stand. firm 13. In the premillennial second ice of Holy Communion at 10 ajn., recreation. included Dianne Golubsld, Sharon
and secure. Ohio will be engaged as the evangelist of the checks were cashed in
Worship Services coming of Jesus there is now a regularly scheduled and singer. Spiers Susan, Starling, Nadine Apopka, the sheriff said.! 4
11:00 ajn. & 'lao p.m. The service was closed with a 14. In the bodily resurrection;', service on Tuesday &t the same The public is invited. Jennie Phillips Brown, Connie Conrad, Jane Lea
prayer. eternal life for the righteous, and tUne, followed by a meeting of the '. Connelly, Patsy Murphy Patty
The Church of God cannot pointto eternal punishment for the wicked. Women's Prayer Group. Business Women To Circle To MeetThe Yates, and Ruth Suasenberger. City Gets ,$5,249.66From ,
any one man as its founder, or The adult choir will now regularly Jennie Phillips Circle will Backstage arrangements were Cigarette Tax
to any, great Deader upon whose Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Grigsby meet each Friday night 'at Meet Monday Night meet! Wednesday, December 14th handled by Dave Castlewitz, Steve
teaching its dqctrine is foundedIt and Mrs. William Grigsby joined : 7:30. Mrs. Richard Canada, .choir '* The Business Women's Circle of at noon at the home of Mrs. H, S. Eldridge and Robert Cotton. The City of Kissimmee received
CHURCH ST. AND SMtOUU AVf.Or. was,born through 'dissatisfac in a birthday celebration honoringMiss director, has announced. the First Baptist Church will meet Ayres, 304 Clyde Ave. $5,249.66 from cigarette taxes collected -
.H. P. Amos,Pastor tion with the Mack of spiritualityof Stella Orr of Orlando at Monday December 12, at 7:30 pjn. It will be,a'covered dish luncheon Florida restaurants serve 175- in October, according to X,*
existing church groups, and a. dinner at the Imperial House Sat- The Robert Harveys have returned at the home of Mrs. Tom Addison. and the Christmas party. I 000 breakfasts dailyMalnstay:; of Grant Peeples, director .f t>estate
I. quest for deeper consecration to urday. Miss Orr and Mrs. Maurice. to Kissimmee from Wads- This will be the Circle's Christ Members are asked to bring a the wholesome breakfast*,i-,"p** beverage department, ,which
Pie Spirit of God. In 1886 r group] Grigsby are sisters. worth, Ohio. mas party.. gift valued at $1.00. or more Florida fresh eggs. collects the tax. ..;'

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Hattie spent a couple of days at Theater Guild Gives ( The Kissimmee Gazette Thursday December 8, 1960 Page 7
Key West, then back to; Okeechobee :." : _
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and then home. She enjoyed f ;:r4 .i! t ta tr tr tt tt One Act Play At KAST

the trip so much .she plans to go, ." II Winter Tomatoes
again. ., After a half hour of community

> singing the meeting of the Kissim- I
mee All States Tourist Club be-

Baz McCurdy, 90, gan Tuesday night with a short Are Now VineRipenedThis

sermon by Rev.. Maurice Grigsbyon
r Dy'nE1TY EBY Succumbed TuesdayBaz a; Keeping Fit.

McCurdy 90.125 Broadway '. r:s Mrs. Maude Williams reportedthat winter vine ripe tomato I Stick under the broiler until to-

i I : Kissimmee died Tuesday, 1 the Saturday night dances com into their own. 1 I matoes and sauce have little brown

A native of Campbell County,W. were drawing good crowds. In the summer when many people spots (maybe 10.minutes or so but

__ Va., he moved from -Columbus, .Mrs. Lucy Hamlin reported 23 raise tomatoes in their gardens watch it.) Serve in the same dish
tables at play a( tee card party or even window boxes who's with Parmesan cheese in a separ-
On the sick list this week at ers, Clint Bass Ohio to Kissimmee five years ago.
Leroy .J purden! with
Monday night high scores worried about the fresh tomato ate dish. Serves six.
the Osceola Hospital were Eliza- Enoch: Herzberg,. Dot Crum Juli- He 39 with
was a employe
year being held by the following:: taste! 'But in 'winter ,when housewives -
tethJones, John Seehorn, O. P. I anne Miles, Ted Beard Buszell Edwards
the Buckeye Division of the Pennsylvania bridge Mrs. Macomber; 500, Mr*. habitually buy tomatoes
; Hollingsworth, Evelyn Kirchhoff, J. A. Balding, Phil Kelley Railroad. He was a mem. I.. W. Cole; euchre, Mr. Hushstons;. more for the vitamins and .color Sheriff Tries To
j Gladys Thomas, Letitia Thompson, Mrs. O. P: Johnson, Mary Wilson, ber of the Methodist church and %
pinochle Irving Venuett; canasta, than the taste what a bonusto
Jennie Shorey, Linda Culpepper, Laura Bressler-Pettis, Bruce Parting Help Santa Claus
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the Pennsylvania Railroad Roll of : ; Mrs.; Lada Ketchum.She have them taste as tart and
Tom Funk Callie Feed, James Phil Phillips Helen Bass Best
Honor Club Ohio.
I Adinolfi James Culpepper. At the wishes to each cf you. There Columbus immediate announced the annual fresh as if they'd been plucked Sheriff Bob Bcckels. is again

Kissimmee Hospital, Cecil Miller Albert Colyer of Albion, Illinois were no survivors. Christmas card party will be head from your own back yard! trying to help make the Christmas

: Eva McNab, Ava Poole, Mrs. L. spent several days here visiting his Funeral services will be held at December 19 and asked for donations Growers in South Florida where of 25 boys at the Florida: Sheriffs
cookies.It .
tX Bronson, T. K. Galloway, Frank cousins Mr. and hire J. A. Bald- 10 a.m. Thursday from the Gris- of most of the country's winter tomatoes Boys Ranch,' near Live Oak, a
Reagan and Immoroe Johnson. ing. He was accompanied on his was announced that the membership come from, have been experimenting '
som Chapel, with the Rev. John BANGLE DAY The 4-H Clubs, took advantage of the holidaycrowds little bit
I 'Birthday congratulations this trip south by Mr. and Mrs. ..Ray. Brdey, Minister of the First Meth- to sell Bungles to. aid the TubcrcnrMU Fund Drive Saturday to date is 681. for years with Tin happier.
week are being sent to Glenn Rog Curtis, also of Albion.. odist Church officiating. The morning. Waiting their torn M the 4-Hrrsell a bangle to Richard An ice cream tournament will ripe tomatoes. Some gave it up as lIe and his deputies have turned

funeral party will leave Thursday Hare 'are Mr. and Mrs. George Scaly who'live in Dellwood Park. be held as usual Friday at 1:30 hopeless since originally picking themselves into a receiving station -

afternoon for Columbus, where The 4-Hn are, left to right Cathy Sullivan, Eunice Helfinger and them ripe meant getting them overripe for gifts from those citizens

I: All Around Kenansville I committal services will be held at Fay Harrah.. (Photo by Cooper)' p.m.There were six i present for the at the market. wanting to help the youths.

10 a-m. Saturday at Eastlawn first time. However, some growers kept Among the gifts suggested, by

By BETTIE BASS Cemetery. Grissom Funeral Homeis Mr. and Mrs. Grcer, Mr. and plugging.as experiment stations Thomas J. Kelly, ranch administrator -

in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Calvert, Mr. and Mrs. Dising- kept experimenting and the result I are clothing for boys eightto
Mr. Mrs. L. M. Stevens of together has been a tomato that be
and by car. can pick-
and 17 toilet
er, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Mr. articles, and personal
I Kenansville and_ Melbourne, are EH and Hulda then spent sometime ed pink and bought ripe. I,
Mrs. Carley were saluted for their items such as model kits} carving
I now here on Jthfjr regular vaca- with Luke and Kate at Melbourne Trooper J. R. Cave y' Orange Gardens JottingsBy wedding anniversaries.Jay "Th secret was in the breeding, .sets"games, pictures, radios, cameras -
tiqn. Mrs. Stevens visited me and and after Thanksgiving the planting and in the care in I watches clocks
books.A .
: t.>ld'of the .delightful trip she went on tQ< visit other parts of the Assigned To Area Ruffner introduced Larry handling. The reward is in the representative of the Osceola
Gross of the
I Stevens in November state. president Footlight taste and
and Mr. made you CAN taste the
Patrol
I Mr. and Mrs. Luke Stevens son- A new Florida Highway Theater Guild, who gave a resume difference. It's County sheriffs department will
train Iowa. Altogether what tomato
by to growers -
trooper has been assigned to the take the gifts to the ranch De-
of the Guild and the highlights of on
they saw parts of eight states. in-law and dacghucr: Mr. and Kissimmee area, it was learned ANNA J. REYNOLDS have been looking for for cember 21.Osceola. .
"The Look
Twelve Pound
went visit Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mel Thompson and daughter, a one to
They to years say nothing of house.
Ell} Stevens, cousins of Mr. Ste also spent Thanksgiving Day with who here is yesterday.succeeding He Otis is J.L.R.Lasting Covey ---./00.- ./00.. -'1'1... .,..-"--. ....... act play which was selected and i wives.The.
for this
prepared especially
them. per the'vine
pride of ripe tomato -
Ivens. er. Many of us who have had occasion 162 W. Catherine St. visited formance. Those taking were County
Hattie Bass has also been visit- part :
hour wait
I During a five between industry is the Manalucie developed -
Cavey is moving here with his to be patients at local and Pompano Beach last eek.They also Neva Pratt Rod Bramham Gus
Okee- Court Records
trains in Chicago Luke and Kate ing. She spent few pays at at one of Florida's numerous -
wife and son Eddie
five-year-old out-of-town hospitals, have reasonto spent a few days in Miami with Lurie and Gill Brooks. Buck Jamison -
and
got to. see some.of that city which chobee in the homes of Mr. experiment stations.
from Stuart where he was assigned be deeply grateful to the many guests Mrs. Albert Lewis and her presented several vocal numbers MtHRIACK LICE>SES
they enjoyed in spite of the cold Mrs. Buck Lawrence and Mr. and to work the Sunshine Parkway. The big experiment! has 1 been
weather. Then thesaw a little oi Mrs. Sol Padgett.She services rendered by the volunteer; son, from Oswego, N.Y. : carried on in Palm Beach County Lamar Proton Sumg 45. Or42no -
who e > and liatney' Grace
Waterloo. Iowa, where they were then went on to Key West workers at these hospitals, one 'of the nation's l largest winter 'l .. rletconeti.
met by Ell and Hulda who live with Mrs Lawrence and Leslie, \Eggs are graded on outside appearance are sometimes knowq as the Pink We are sorry to report the sud- vegetable areas. This year's vine Eugene Harold Harvey 24. K n-

about, 30piles awa>. and Mrs. Padgett, where they vis- weight and interior Ladies or the Grey Ladies, depending den death of Mr. Frank A. Durandof Lutherans To Meet ripe tomato acreage more than .anll1"l1l.1 IX, and Okeechobe Rebecca uunne

After pleasant five day visit ited at the hdme of Mr. and Mrs.B. quality. Look for the Seal of Approval on the association sponsoringtheir 1703_Janet Street. Sincere Sympathy Sunday NightA doubles last year's because shippers Fred \\unr llund*. 73. Babson
both families made' the return trip Lawrence Jr., and' family. on Florida cartons. activities. Their many acti- wishes are extended to the have found them coveted by Lake Park.and Ruth Carter Cook re.
I vities include bringing mail to the family of Mr. Durand..
i meeting for Lutherans who housewives wherever they've been
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patients bringing reading are interested in locating an American available in the past few:experi-
glasses.of water, and making the Friends of Miss Allen. and Miss Lutheran Church in the mental years. eign Max nunn va. Ruth A. Smith for
patients comfortable in ways, Smith, who met Mr. and Mrs. Judgment.
T many issimmee-St. Cloud area will The Manalucie grows on a vine, Harry lasses va. William C Ding.
and always these services are ren- Rudolph Pohl of Cowrie la, were be held in the Kissimmee Com- rather than a bush, and the toma- man urf' and wife mortgage for clo.-

dered" in a cheerful manner. They shocked to learn of the passing u unity House at 1 p.m. on Sun toes hang in great clusters like Builders I Mortgage Corp. TB. J. C.

t FO OUR PRE SEt. [ PROLEJ thus relieve the nurses for duties, away of Mr. Pohl' at a hospital in day, December 11. king size grapes. wire Fort,and mortgage wife and foreclosure IJoyd Lanler and

rK of their profession and perform a Memphis, Tenn,. on their way Pastor Paul Stcingrubef of the Because they are picket accord Lixie' Plywood' Co. of Orlando Inc.
great service toward the wellbeingof home. va. Hill Pulford and wife. dbPul-
S e St. Mark American Lutheran ing to color (light pink) rather 'ord BuildingSupply, judgment.
the patients. Church of Orlando will be the than size their maturity before Flotine lLoc'\ v.- Central
Many_of us here jn Orange Gar Orange Gardens has switched to featured speaker. He will. discuss they leave the vine is assured. Judgment.Marie Truck Linn Inc, .and Curtis Price.

I dens have had occasion to be a brand new model at the corner what assistance be expected The Manalucie is handled with \)1I"tO.'VII. Leroy Owens dU .
grateful for the services of these of Janet and George St. may vorc*.
the care of tiny babe It is
from the egional and National a : care:
.
diThiimn volunteer' women workers so'until Lutheran Councils. fully pulled by hand instead of SVIAM. CLAIMS! COlItT ORDERS
i more recognition can be given Mr. and Mrs. Alvin B. machine
Lynch The American Lutheran Church polished with a gentle Central Builder Supply of Orlando
them, let us all give them a unani- and daughter have moved Into rubber brush, packed in individual Ralph! "*'>nM under the Mattmield Lumber .
operates "package Co. KUslmroee,
mous vote of.thanks. their new 'home on 704 Doris St. program ,brightly colored plastip cartons and final judgment. UU.II.C1d .
e whereby sufficient: funds
Radiant Control Mr. Lynch is currently engagedon stacked in sturdy crates'with Dr. William: 1ml Beamer. St.
are loaned to churches to vs. illlo I Klneald. final judg-
One of the most interesting and young
Automatic work Involving the installationof plenty of air. mtnt. 110.
well-attended meetings of the Or- purchase property, build a first It U ,\'. I>Heup. St Cloud TB. Ernest
a new automatic long distance I !is shipped sometimes by plane
Brown fct.
unit for worship, a Sunday School Cloud final Judgment.
/ ange Blossom Civic Associationwas dialing system at the local} tele- but usually by refrigerated truck $II.
held last Thursday, December and erect a parsonage. almost L. "}". HJieuP. Rt. Cloud 'n. Richard -
office. always market
directly to
phone ,
The American Lutheran Churchin Allen Thompson st. Cloud, final
a I, at the Community Building CS. rather than to warehouses for Judgment. 194.lu. ,
L' After a short, business session we the past five years has begun I.. W. LeHeup. St. Cloud "a. Frank
A psychiatrist colleague ripening as previously.
saw a churches in Jacksonville Tafai, final Judgment. $1.21.. '
; were entertained by a musical pro- plodding down the street with a young Because of the greatly increased L: W U-Heup. St. Cloud *. Wil'
.. Orlando Ean Gallic Lakeland St. liam K. Kettles. final
by Judgment.
gtam led Mr. Creorge Harris '
couch on his hack. Petersburg acreage morehousewives this-winter "0."" ,
: Sarasota ,Clearwater
:':: Following the musical program "Moving, John?" he asked. Ft. Lauderdale South will enjoy more vine ripe tomatoes L. W LeHeup st Cloud T.B. Ernest -
Ji Itsrgate, MereiMSt. Cloud, final
two officials of the Desert Farmsof Judg-
Model EM "No the reply. "Just than ever before. They .
came Miami Plantation went SZ7.60U
Ra-
and Boca
;: Florida- Inc, which is owned making a house calL" may be used sliced, in salads as W LeHeup. "'. Cloud vs. C. U

i :.r-:: and operated by the Church of ton.Everyone interested in this project garnish or in dozens of ways. Hereis Mann U \\St.. L.Cloud.Heap.Sinai tit. Cloud judgment vs. Charles Ski.-

-,' : Jesus -Christ of Latter Day Saints A recent visitor to the planet is cordially invited to attend one good way to use them as a Kurrle.. IZSiL. st-. Cloud final judgment -

leasers. Dave Hawkins and MaurIce Mars came :upon the most,gorgeous the meeting. recipe called TOMATOES SHIP- \\'. L Heop. St. Cloud VII. Dag-

Justesin i gave a very interesting blonde he had ever seen. The only WRECKED. Tomatoes, shipwrecked mar$E4.09.King. St. Cloud, final Judgment.*

: z;;r talk about that project. It Jtmble was that she was over six in a sea of savory seafood sauce U '.v'Lelleap. St- Cloud .a. Lyle
1 Makes 4
$hould. prove a very interesting Feet tall;"Take mfc to your ladder," Real Estate Sales is a colorful, appetizing and nutri- o-hnjon$6.. at. Cloud final Judgment

T' 11 FULL SIZED WAFFLES place to visit at some future date. he, said. "III see your leader later." tious dish and. can be prepared in -1* W. LeHeup. St. Cloud v... Jack
o * For Week RecordedRecent minutes. Todd. St. Cloud, final judgment

/ } rte I I or 4 TOASTED, A slight misprint occurred in the The lady of the house was down 6 vine ripe tomatoes, cut once sela.55.
', / real) estate transactions CIHCt IT t Ol IIT ORDERS
of last week. An item
"Jottings"
V SANDWICHES in the basement doing the laundry horizontally /' '
.. which read "Mimosa Hotel" should when: she heard the back door recorded ia the office of Glenn 1 pan mushroom soup undiluted I>e ert Farms of Florida. Inc va.
at one time Ray clerk included Thomas lackingCo/; Inc., final
of have read "Mimosa county :
course open. Thinking it was her youngson 1 small can lobster, drained and udmnent. JiOO.Foundation '
7 modeL: It,undoubtedly was due tone -home from school she called: Albert Henry Mar-hall and wifeto diced with kitchen scissors Well point Incvs..

Powerful B of thos "gremlins" which get "I'm down here, dearest" State Road Dept, $100. 1 small can' shrimp, drained (lie.uh.. Itroa. Inc.. et al. transferring

into printed matter regardless of silence. Orange Gardens Inc, to BruceA. '1 small) can lump crabmeat (1h( >> Tb lma Grace Qulnette\'.. Richard ,
There moment of K. ,
Qulnette decree
governor-controlled was a .. pro ctuifesvo.
how careful one tries to he.S Partin and wife Kissimmee pound each of fresh seafood Iverce:
motor gives a IT + + s Then[ a deep voice boomed, "I'm 2100.. may be substituted) Sarah Thompson TB. Uuernr Mel-
: yin Thompson, decree confenao
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nessling of pot your regular icemanma'am. Coy Reaves and wife to Tom M. ,1 medium grated onion l>elen Earl Evans pro vs. 1'atrlcU:

12 convenient '.r __- + Reaves Kissimmee, $11,500.() 1 can ripe olives drained and ,inn E *an France>. final decree Whttaton dlverrn.Agnr Chan. .y

Rachel L. Bass and husband to pittedf \11. llprrta l.l1.ncey. final decree.

mixing speeds' Cut Flowers Have Become Emily S. Bavar and husband, Or- % cup b tter' dlvoree.HarrTi.*ea VR WUIIam CL Ping-

Tfit dial flow with th* br tlune lando, 10000. / Vi teaspoon oregano man and wife, notice I of IU pendenti.
---- M. S. Anderson and wife to 1 clove minced nulders t J. C
garlic f'u7"r.ie
buffoonglows.
Food Store ItemCut Yet and wffe and and
a'a"l shutoff
1 e from whisperofsoft r,d>anc. o Easy fa change Popular lames !t. Faga and wife, Miami, 14 teaspoon basil ,.Ire... notice. tialssvss..aRebecca
ll t!
la fight brightness. The *C Ann
night 400.
1 1 Is cosstsM'IadependsMel \i4 cup finely chopped parsley 0.1.. final decree, divorce
the eently -insistent .'larnwMv gridsOverflow flowers are appearing as best ,customers are easterners and nary Simmons and wife to John salt to taste .

C q; .l B007. U.ss"ualaa, standard items in more and more midwesternersough Florida itpeif W. Hill and wife St. Cloud; $3-, freshly ground pepper to taste
...:. < 0 rim- super markets and food stores across and neighboring! states buy 500. 1 tablespoon sherry wine (optional We take this means of

the country.: Housewives can around 200,000 dozen a year. Theodore-F. Tanner and wifeto ) thanking oar friends and loved '
no spilling for their
pow buy a dozen glads and a stalk Pompons are most heavily grown Robert Stocum and wife, St. 1 tablespoon lime juice ones many Idndnme.sdurinl

of celery at the same time. around Stuart and the lower coastin CJoqd) $8,500. Melt butter in sauce pan, add the illness and deathof

Exclusive Removable FOR A .WARMCHRISTMAS o Eas Y-to-see signal But while this makes cut flowers the sandy. Joam there. Some production L, M. Stevens; and wife to Robert garlic, onion and seasoning and our dear mother.

lightExpansion readily accessible to 'housewives comes from the top gladi- 0. Stevens and wife, Sebring cook until onion is transparent. HELEN AND WALTER BASS

thumb-tip i cord for ,everal times a week without a plia areas and vice versa. The east! '100. Add mushroom soup and rest of

1. S hinge- special atop by the florist house.,; }and mid-west buy moat of the Wilford E.: DePriest and wean'd ingredients and simmer about 20

p, -b utton easy, GIVE HER toast king sizedbeater wives will be wise to give those, pompons also. Orville B. DuPriest and wife minutes. Place tomatoes in oven CARD OF THANKS
_. flowers the same care and atten- For long life, both glads and to Johnnie L. Shall and wife, Kisrmmee proof serving dish and pour sauce 1'wiah'to thank all kind

: convenient AN ELECTRC( ;r. sandwiches.Complete ton a florist would give them' to pompons should be arranged in a 700. around them. Brush tops with friends and neighbors for my th irrememtr.anec
of
their beauty. clean container with plenty W. L Barclay to Gains A. Red melted butter and sprinkle a little
ejector ", -.. prolong fresh :water. The arrangement man and wife, Miami, $30,000. parsley for garnish over them. in hey illness in
storage BLANKET ; The two favorite kinds of flowers be strong the hospital and home.
should} pot placed pear a
:_ wNSwa'aye. on sale through food stores draft. Place ripe olives in strategic places GEORGE E. WEST
}heat source or a the make it look
-
jn sauce to pretty.
gladioli and chrysanhemums -
lire pompon The immediate care of glads and CommissionContinued
iyif iJiijsjuyiff both harvested and shipped -
however,differs. As scon
in great quantities from FlorIda pompons n as glads are' brought home, about
a during the winter months. 'should be trimmed from ( from page 1)
two inches
I
THE PERFECT GIFT FOR
a
lorda ranks first among the pie stem end of each spike and be : Issue and that then had accumulated -,
states |in both gladioli and pompon placed in tall clean can of fresh I additional funds in reserve

chrysanthemum: production but later for!a r5 4.drink. account which could be invested | THOSE AWAY FROM HOME 1 S
EXTRA-LARGEt FULL- falls far short in growing the
The stems of .pompons, on the no Commission instructed Farmer -

MIX BEATERS ..' tandard.chrysanthemum the big other hand,. should be partially to take the necessary action to $ Special GAZETTE SR
M GIVE _- plum associated with football crushed for.P.1ree.or four incheson invest said funds as provided by 1

weekends. the ,nd:' f the tem before being the Authorizing Resolution.
UNIFORM MIXING
SUBSCRIPTION RATES TO
California is the top flower placed in water. Both shouldbe a

o tate in dollar value with $18.6 given 'time to absorb clean _

8JVNU..MAsn.. pillion, mostly from standard water before being arranged. flower life }is debatable.:Some say i R SERVICE MEN 1 yr. $2.00 1
the additive helps and others that
4bq.anthcmumn: carnations, and Gladioli are harvested when the
COME IN ANDSEE :: bud show line it- oes nothing. Many authorities !
;oses. Florida is a very respectable bottom cracks to a )1
OUR second with a $12.9 million of color and may not be ally open disk the Question! by saying it .

r COMPLETE f or last year, almost all from when purchased. It is well to look oesa't hurt anything and flower

lads and pompons in that order. for spikes that are not all in bloom arrangers might as well drop in

:CHRISTMASGIFTSELECTIONS 1 1 fa- curious\ fact to indicate the trend for longer life. The blooms will begin the aspirin tablet. if it makes them PROOFREADER WANTED '

U\ Florida flower farming is that to.open if the spikes are givenroom feel better.

f "alif ornia has 504 producers while and 'left in warm air. Pompons What does help Is to be sure

Iqrida has only 85. Texas, a state are cut in fall color and usually the water in the arrangement !isdean Qualified persons desirous of steady employment as proofreader

noted for doing things ;iri a big reach retail outlets at their changed every day' or so arc.,invited to make application at once Previous experience

also has 85 producers but prime; Cooler temperatures will for long lasting arrangements
Fay, highly desirable but not lI euarJ. Good eye, good perception,
shill grosses less than $300,000 an- hold them at their peak. Another tip is to thoroughly wash good desirable.
most important Familiarity with English usage very -
flower containers with suds
sally, from flowers. While chrysanthemums generallylast warm
PARKS FURNITURE CO Most of Honda's glade arc r311- longer in. the home than, gladioli after using so the decay' causing This is a position *f real, respou'biltjr. Men or women

; 4d in the sandy loam of the lower they do not l lend themselvesto bacteria of one'arrangemeot are nay apply.

,.... .. pest coat, from Bradenton and the line arrangements currently Dot introduced immediately t, ano- .
"' ,- {Tam to Fort Myers with the !. popular interior decoration. ther. The bacteria will,show op CODY PUBLICATIONS LNC. 10Verosa- Street, TiWen 7r2401

KIS?IMMEE gg-. ST. CLpUD. : latter area producing' almost half Whether adding! ,.n aspirin tablet soon enough without the help of . ...
.::-; state'stotal: the, prolong dirty container.
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Page 8 The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, December 8, 196(0>>

LOVELY MODERN FURNISHED CBS HOME
2 BR CBS HOME
Terrazzo floors built-in kitchen, sereen- COMMERCIAL LOT on Main Streeted 2 BR HOME $3,000
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom block home builtin small down payment
porch carport utility room $7,000 built-in kitchen,carporte, utility
1955. View from every room. Between SMALL DOWN PAYMENTFHA

3 BR CBS HOME existing school and contemplated new high 5 ACRES $1,750
TERMS including well
$800 down $(2 month BUILDING LOTS trailers accepted school. In town, but plenty. of vacant lots

tile bath, built-in kitchen screened porch and : down month FURNISHED AND ,UNFURNISHED RENTALS
$500 up terms $50 $20 next door for kids to play on. $9,500 price.
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$13,600 $775 down and $84 per month. '
b. el KISSIMMEE REAL ESTATE
Check with ua for unfurnished Rentals. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT avail a

_ ROBERTSON'S hRE ESTATE 0 able. Residential commercial and other '" 521 Main St. TI 63953Bruce's

types of real estate.
324 BROADWAY; TELEPHONE TI 6-4493 .
YOUNG WORKING GAS No. I: "Who was that gentleman I Glad ah got man panty with

saw you out with just,after work yesterday ,. ,.;4ct'ItA.u 4 #fa #4"fa"Q ..
DAVIS f
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REST HOME: New management, YOUNG WORKING GAL No. 2: "That was no gentleman. That TI 7-223

newly desorated, rooms available was a real estate agent showing me a rental." AGENCY I
ARTICLES FOR SALE
: for short periods or perm TI 6.5631
anent residence. Excellent home FOR RENT: 114 Main St.

FOB SALE 1956 ELCAR 30 FT. for aged. Call TI 6-6011 or TI- Furnished from $50 to $150 per month.

HOUSE TRAILER 6-6612. Unfurnished from $82 to $100 per month. Sunshine Homes

Phone: TI 7-2403 after 5 RETIRING? MARTIN-McCOY:

Shop Kissimmee First or see John Barro at WANTEDWANTED FOR RESULTS. SEE A REALTOR. I Exceptionally well-built 2 BR 3 BR HOME FOR SALE

RAFFIA Comer Bermuda and Donnegan CBS home large living room
t separate dining room built-in LARGE LOT HIGH AND DRY

Handcraft Supplies Shell : Carpenter work new FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS kitchen, carporte utility, store NEAR OSfcEOLA GOLF CLUB
Supplies Straw Bars and repair. Phone TI 72515. age fully landscaped $2,097 '
Plain and FancyDRIFTWOOD BUY YOUR down furnishings optional GArden LOW DOWN PAYMENT

One of a kind.. LOW LAMPS PRICES CHRISTMASTREES DRESSMAKING specialty. 1206: Evening Verona, Myrtle gownsa INC 4-8268, 1 mile Orlando south MorningsidePark of Martin k; MOVE IN. IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS '

CYPRESS KNEE LAMPS,complete Van Itarter, TI t 2515. Road. -, > Contact us for homes that are-just a little bit better.

with shade from 2 BROADWAY PHONE TI 6-2702 TI 6-2712
cypress From the Boy Scouts Lot EXPERIENCED HELP WANTED ... ; TI -2230 116-5631
$6.00. ,
Grill work day or night. Phil and
.ex\; to Makinson's Hardware FOR SALE BY OWNER i
FRESH FRUIT Nez Drive In, TI 67753. FRAME HOME : Bruce Partin, Developer and Builder

SHIPPED DAILY FOR RENT: Two furnished apart-
.
1 Bedroom bath W b
CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR SALE: Two 1958 house trail- meta, 114 Emmett St., two blocks: $10 DOWN utility room
1 JEWELRY CANDY ers; 20 ft. Travel Trailer; Palace FOR RENTFOR from business district. W. B. LOTS. $7 MONTH 'garage, lot 60 x 150 high and -

HUNDREDS OF FLORIDA Ranch Home 36 x 10 ft. Home, 71 -.8384.REAL dry.. I
SOUVENIRS Jess W. Rainbow Trailer $595 TOTAL $ .5oo TERMS
Parfrey,
GRACE RIVERS GIFT SHOP .Park, TI 6-28s/9. ., RENT: Apartments and TROPICAL PARK 2 BR CBS HOME Too Late To ClassifyBY

Highway 17-92 South at the houses by week or month. Cot ESTATEREAL Carroll St. and Trail in built-in kitchen, Florida room,

overpass Kissimmee FOR SALE: Mack Truck with re- ton's Apartment, North Orange Kissimmee tile bath TI 64755.
OPEN\ 7 DAYS haul, friction type skidder, 1700 Blossom TraiL 7-2-9-16-23-30 OPEN ANYTIME
_ ft.of 3f,"and 5/8" cable, 3 shaft Eddie Clemons RUSSELL (PAPPY) KAY
,'I FOR SALE: Five acres 4 miles
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL- complete unit hook-up. Price ESTATE Prices are going up $100 west of the city limits. Make offer -

LIPS 66.WE GIVE TV STAMPS. $550.Station Baxter's, TI 6-7592 Grocery, Campbell TRAILER SPACE BEST BUYS soon! Call TI 7.2687 after 6 pjn. Indications point to another good A person who has been busy and
OSCEOLA.OIL CO.1110 NORTH
FOR RENT winter tourist season for Florida. active most of his or her Ute findsit
block FOR SALE OR RENT New 3 I
MAIN ST. TI 6-3941. HOME 2 -BR concrete :
FOR SALE: Marsh and red grapefruit High and Dry, $15 per month Recently Built completely furnished BR Home, one bath, large car With the election over, snow: birds very difficult and sitting around doing

FINE WATCHES: Wide selection, Hamlin and Navel and ROGER'S TRAILER PARK Being Sold to settle an 10 ACRE' porte, Utility room, nice country are flexing their w*.Igs. Discussingthe rather nothing limited incomes, as many are on
Bulova,. Benton, Benrus Hamilton Temple oranges. We ship to any estate Bargain at only $10,500. living, 10 minutes from down- outlook with Dick Pope I they are
and Elgin,at Benton'a Jewel and all' cities in the United 17.92 below Drive-In Theatre HOME ON LAKE, 2 BR with GROVE town. Call TI 67609.EXCELLENT. learned that the number of visitorsat eager if to pick up a few extra dollars -
find
they can some type of
ry.FOR. States. We also sell a complete Den. 165 ft. on Lake Tohope- 60% Ruby Red Grapefruit Cypress Gardens is increasingbut congenial employment. I know
line of Rawleigh's Products. kalig. Priced at only $15,000 a check of gift shop operations
and three 40% Early Orange.
FOR RENT: Two room ever so many people who came
SALE: 25 sturdy unpainted Are Banta, 405 Eaat Bass,St. furnished convenient LAND, 5 Acres 'on paved road, indicates that people are not here to retire that
apartments many years ago
dining room chait-s $4.50 each. near town 2250. 10 % down. Located in Kissimmee Park. 1 upending to the extent they for- found
location. Moorefield Building employment to their liking
U Snyder's Dutch Kitchen, Rt 441 FOR SALE: 17" Philco table model opposite post office. $22 per mo. Asking $1,000 per acre merly did. Post card sales hold up and expect to continue working as

5 miles east of KI uamee. TV. 1 yr. guarantee on pic- LAND, 24 Acres near town, $6- but more expensive items are not long as their health will permit.
H. L. DrummoridStar moving to the extent they should I
.ture tube $50. Excellent Electro- 000 ,
This is
SPEIDEL WATCH BANDS: When: lux vacuum deanenwith attachments FOR RENT:' Four cottages: and LAND 120 Acres near' town, Route for the number of visitors involved. I as office or particularly white collar true workersare as far

you wear one you wear the fin. and turbo-jet scrubber, duplex furnished, six miles south $200 per A. For people who are tiredof There will probably be little increase -
I ST. CLOUD. FLORIDATW concerned. Sometimes both a
est. Wide selection: at Benton'sJewelry. polisher! ,less than 1 year old $60. I of Kissimmee on 1792. IdaSlack. LAND, 40 Acres Good for 2-6532 driving. We have two in the number of tourists man and his wife work, not be-
.
Inquire 2515 Beaumont Ave., Grove, $400 per A. Nice Homes within walking visiting the state-until after the cause they have to but because,

FOR. SALE: Ford Tractor and Kissimmee!! Highlands., LAND 710 Acres Ready for --- .' distance of downtown. One is holidays unless the rest of the. they prefer it to loafing.The .
equipment, $895 takes aU. DaysTI FOR RENT: Small furnished development a real profit opportunity completely furnished ready country suffers a severe fold spelt\ ; situation makes it pretty
FOR SALE
6-3501, nights TI 7-2233.T. K. stove, kitchen: Apartment sink size gas apartment near town 205 South cheap at $200 per A. FOR SALE: 3 BR, 2 bath CBS! .to move in. EXCELLENT 'So far the winter has been excep- tough on the younger man with a
leaf
Galloway. table. Call TI 6-5175., ,drop Beaumont. LOTS ON LAKE, priced from house 2 years old, porch, patio, TERMS, PRICES: $9,500 tionally mild in areas from whichwe family to support who must have
$1,200 up. just repainted many extras. Ex- Unfurn.. $J 0.750. Furnished. draw most of our visitors. steady employment to live and I
trailers \ LOTS, in all sections of City cellent terms. 2525 Beaumont Florida's amazing growth 'as reflected -
FOR 'SALE FOR SALE: Argus C-4 camera FOR RENT: One bedroom I have heard some of them complain
QUICK complete with flash attachmentand and verY nice landsc v d lots $630 up. TI 72316.; 3 Bedroom Home completely by the new census figuresis bitterly about the old codgers who
12 Yz'It.; plywood boat with carrying case. 220 Bay St. and trailer spaces.Will take LOTS, 91' x 288' Nice Suburban furnished. Good condition causing many folks to look toward are constantly competing with
fiber glass bottom 16 h.p. children. Rainbow Mobile Homes Location Paved Road No LOTS FOR SALE and the state with the hope of them fo ,
High all
shade
: dry, citrus, plenty of garden ; types of employmentwhen
Johnson motor Gator trailer FOR TV SALE17" Philco table model and Trailer Park 54 mile off City Taxes, Priced at'$1,395 city water and sewer. Cheap for space. Quiet Neighborhood. locating here and finding employ- they are old enough to retire

$225 cash. 1319 Sunny St. TI one year guarantee on pic- East Vine Street at Michigan. Easy Terms. < cash. TI 7,2279.COTTAGE ment. and have enough coming in, in the
66509. ture tube $50; excellent Electrolux BUSINESS Profitable Enter- My advice to job seekers is to form of social security and invest
vacuum cleaner with attach- prise in Choice Location, $3,500 OWNER MUST SELL. stay put unless they have ample
ments and FOR RENT: Two room furnished ments, to provide a fairly comfortable -
turbo-jet scrubber For Equipment plus inventory FOR SALEin 7900. Terms funds\ to take care of themselvesfor
FOR SALE: Westwood 1S54 22' polisher, less than one old apartment, private bath, ground living.
house trailer, toilet and shower, SftO. Inquire 2515 Beaumont year in floor, screened porch, 510 Mab- RESTAURANT" "One .of the Intercession City, famished a considerable time as job opportunities Maybe there is an answer to the

sleeps four, extra clean inside Kissimmee Highlands.FOR bette, TI 6-8583. Best, $11,000.GROCERY 5 rooms, large 50 ft.lots.Turn DAVIS AGENCY are not too plentiful at problem but I don't know What it
and out. Cheap. Kissimmee Auto STORE Good Loca- the moment. is. I'm getting along to where I
,Exchange, 1808 N.Main St. SALE: GE. TV 21" screen One and bedroom tion $5,500.FISHING right at post office second houseon 114 Main Street Experienced electronic workers ought to be looking for a comfort-
FOR RENT two
Blonde cabinet model, call TI 7- : furnished from $55 CAMP-"Real Good right in second block.Sign in KissimmeeInsurance should be able to find work in certain able rocking chair but the ideadoesn't

FOR SALE: 26" Boy's bicycle rea- 2687 after 6 pjn. apartments month Z two bedroom homes One," $40,000. window. Mrs. M. J. Mantz, 2650, Real Estate areas and in most of our larger appeal to me any more
sonable. Phone TI 6-7452 after per ;
5 unfurnished from $45. Davis WE HAVE MANY OTHER N.E. 23rd' Court Pompano cities or industrial areas com- than it does to a lot of other senior
p.m. See us for all your
GOOD LISTINGS. SEE US
petent office help particularly secretaries citizens.
Agency, 114 Main St. Beach.
FOR SALE: Chestnut saddle mare, SERVICESOFFERED NOW! Insurance needs. are in demand, otherwisethe

sorrel colt, seven months old FOR RENT: Two 2 BR furs cottages SUN EMPIRE REALTY prospects are not too brightfor Wl BUYU9.6AVIN39

half palomino, halter broken, screened'porches, 1% mile First Natioal Bank Bldgs' the newcomer seeking employ. BONDS RL3W4Z.V

make offer. Valhalla Farm high. sooth'at the Gables.TI 6-4086. I KISSIMMEE Ph. Ti 7-2333 ment. TO KEEP A COOP
way 441 and old St. Cloud road. LOT FOR SALEReal One problem confronting the OVER CUB HEAD.
FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom garage .,
TW 21601. newcomer seeking work is the fact
DRAGLINE apt: furnished. Adults preferred, value: Large lot 93' x .... that a great many of our retirees
FOR SALE: Siamese kittens $10.. SERVICE TI 6-2415. Annabel Hill, 1212 LAKEFRONTCountry 127', city water and sewer well don't stay retired. They come herewith

CaU.TI7.2345. Mann Avenue. located'in city limits. All new some sort of income expecting : vfi S

FOR SALE: 1957 'Dodge Royal, 3/8 Yd. Backet FOR RENT OR SALE: 3 BR, 2 I 'Home construction in neighborhood.Good NOTICENOTICE to take things easy and play

torgue flight transmission. Can Oar,rig is on robber and on call bath home Call TI 7.2692 or see I CB 3 bedrooms, 2 tile baths, price for cash! around in the sun but the pleasureof
TI 7-2704: 2609 Martina Ave. Phone TI 7.2704 or write Rt. 5 loafing soon wears off. They
be seen at 16 North Stewart or I at living room 15x26, dining kitchI I v4
.. Box 377. want something to do besides exercising _
TI
telephone 65351. and
FOR RENT Unfurnished 2 BR en utility 230 feet lake- : Will the person who took

home on Sunny: St. Call TI 6- front, 330 feet deep, large oaks, my billfold. Saturday afternoon a horseshoes rocking chair, fishing.playing shuffle, '
citrus and the valuable or
3383, $65 month.* other tropical (ruits. .please return papers
: Located in Kissimmee Park at FOR SALE: House, first time offered and photos to P.O. Box 803, board.
I FOR RENT: Modern house trailer, I south end of Seaman's Point unfurnished 2000 sq. ft. Kissimmee. Some take parttime jobs and

$48 mo. TI 7-2758. about 8 miles from St. Cloud. floor space beautiful oak and others really get back in harness
NOTICE: I will not be responsiblefor with full time jobs to supplement 2
Good road. No other location
FOR RENT: Furnished rm. apt, palm trees, reasonably priced, any debts made by anyone I their income. They will work for
half duplex front and back like' with this for real country living owner 317 Portage St. other than myself. Ronny D. less salary than they formerly re-

screened porches. Inquire 603 Owner complete- privacy. Astor. ceived simply because they want

Brack-St. LOTS FOR SALE: Lakefront lots something' to do and the money

ADroffiaoad on Lake CecDe all are over 350' they draw in salary is not too im-.
FOR RENT: Two, 2 BR apt. fur- P. O. Box 447 deep. Also residential lots high LEGAL NOTICE portant. 0
CIN1IAI.IZE.YOUIlMSUI
nished 17.92 north of Kissimmee.
on L H. Brandt and dry, city water 63 x 132.
Also 2 one BR apts. Apply Orlando Florida Call TI 7-2495 after 5 p.m. ..
110 Bryan St. after 5:30 or all ,
a day Sunday. Phone CY 3-2515 NOTICE rXDER: FICTITIOt K. C. Moore Jr. Contractor
NAMB LAW
FOR SALE In Lake
Cecile
.. Broken protected : Park. TO ALL WHOM IT
,FOR RENT; 3'room furnished 2 BR CBS Home,fully tiled bath, MAT CONCERN:
apartment private bath and built-in kitchen lot 80x175 lake NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Triangle Building
gas ,
By placing all your Insurance In one agency you can pursuant to the "Fictitious Name
water included $48 month 124 privileges, choice residential section Statute Section MS.OS of the U41 Residential and Commercial
be assured oft Building
Florida Satutea. the undersigned
Randolph. qtiiet
rountry living. Cal who is the only party Interestedle
Better Service Lower Rates \ TI 7.24b5 after 5 p.m. the hereinafter named busisese
Latest FOR RENT: Unfurnished house at SEE THIS'IEAUTY enterprise will present proof of pub. Remodeling Repairing
Convenient Billing Information
406 Main .St, TI Ucation of Ibis Notice and register
12632II with the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof Work
besides a big saving in your time when It comes to :FOR RENT: 8 Brack St, cnfurnisheoV Large 2 bedroom CBS home on SEE THIS Oseeola nude County"CITT Florida CAB the CO fictitious )(-. Masonry Roofing"MOORS"
talking to a multitude of agents. We would like to be reasonable to with nice lot. Tile bath built-in gas LARGE 2 FAMILY PANTunder which be is engaged -
party HOUSE FOR YOUR MONEY
that\ kitchen. In bu {ne > at IS VText Dar
agency. I real references. Fay Horse .at. Utility room and DWELLING ling-ton. Klc 'lmme f!. Owed County.
Bibleland. carporte. One year old and lathe completely furnished, dose in, Florida this A. D.
'. best of condition. Florida double enclosed carafe !large DCO.vr.. i. ROB&rs'a; JR.
i FOR RENT: Store room or ofI' room and workshop. jalousied porch upstairs can be Dee. S. IS. 22. 2*

flee space. For information inquire made into another apartment or

I' at Brahman Hotel. East $8,750 four Urge bedrooms
INCOME PROPERTY 3 Bdrm. 2 bath frame house.
I Daiin Ave Downstairs can be made into ,
Small Down Payment 4 BR single dwelling by ..- 4 Apt._Fully famished,clean &: Bear school folly famished 1 aide
,:FOR RENT: Two furnished apartments locking 3 doors. Lot 60 x 209 attractive; All rented with good converted to apartment exceptionally
,one bedroom each Inquire You can't beat this one. See at clean good income possibili
with Iota of shade and 8 loaded I income, close in. Small house for
110 Bryan St. after 5:30 p.m. 403 East Still St. or call owner fruit tree owner. ties.
f TI 63996.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartmentsat Wallace Painter I $13,500 $1,500 down pajm't $11,001$1,500 down ,
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L Lnpfiers 221 Verona close in, $45 I 819 MabbeUe St. f
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month and up. l
W H. Morse 1
assurance Agency FOR RENT: Deluxe duplex, 2 FOR SALE: House and furniture WILL TRADE: Or zeD 2 Iota for CorporationREALTORS

1818 = bedrooms, unfurnished, car near: Martin Plant ,at Tangelo : house trailer located .1% mile

12 BROADWAY Next, To The But TI 6-2191 porte, utility screened porch Park 3 BR, 2 bath |1500 cash north on Orange Blossom Trail III APPRAISERS INSURANCE BONDS '
i nice neighborhood "1008 Rosalind down no .qualifying Call OrLando Inquire 116 Jackson R. A. Me..SerRen. '219 BROADWAY Phone TI 7-2278
Call TI 7.27OL' GArden 2.17$8. I Iv





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Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, December 8,1960 Page lA I ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED --'- :w'r c-r r .. ; .It
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I. I Gala Dinner Feted. ) ;i
Lions To Establish Mobile Eye ClinicThe .

Lions dabs of Florida are patterned after the successful tuberculosis GIFTED CHOICE FOR

considering the establishment of a %-ray units. He said 49 f

mobile eye clinic to offer free counties doctors. in Florida are without. eye State BPW MembersThe BUSY YOUNG MEN...

service in areas that have no professional Speaking of Lionism, Wallace / ClVea\(1i-Cf3Utd{(\( 2lOGS(
: service in an effort to reduce kitchen of Life
"In this
said you beautiful home across Lake I to serve on the board of trustees. .
eye disease in Florida. find fellowship, love benevolence, Tohopekaliga from Kissimmee These names will be announcedas
That disclosed to the Kis- all the spices that make 3, .a N
was charity- which will form the nucleus for soon as those selected have accepted -
simmee Lions Club at a meeting life worth living; and Zionism is Westola Oaks Retirement Home their office. '
here Monday night by William the key that unlocks that cup for members of the Florida Federation Special thanks were extended to
Wallace of Winter Park, district I board." of Business and Professional Avis Griffen and Lottie Lawler,
governor.He Also attending the meeting was x'A Women's Clubs was filled with members of the local Retirement
said that'while' details have : Bob Taylor, of Lockhart, zone Lji w gayety and hospitality Saturday Home committee, and to those 'i '"
not been worked out, it would be chairman. night. serving on the committee on arrangements b

Mrs Mildred Dreyer, donor of for the entertainmentof
i- J the property, had opened the homeso the guests including Bea Combs
that members of the local} BPW chairman, assisted by Gill Brooks
J ? :n Club could entertain 45 members Sybil Carte Rose Bobroff Alma

and guests for dinner which they Hetherington, Margaret Goodell, .
FAMOUS J ; L. prepared and served. Special Eliza Dean, Lola] Lawler, Elibabeth :. Give the fine fit and sturdy constructionof S
Dillard Lily Nelson and Agnes Weather-Birds for never-still
guests were members of the State
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L3JDIAMONDSJ Brinson. Nt feet .. give him the shoes! that are favorites
r Executive Board and of the Retirement 1' with the young crowd! Let him choose his '"
OF HISTORYE' F Home Committee, who ., cwnif certificate. '
i ._ .i. you ukewith a gift
y b. i.
had come to Kissimmee to select BPW Club To Have ;

the 12 trustees for the Retirement ': 0
.. Home Corporation. These included Christmas PartyThe
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::t.K. :\,. : ; :.::,::' 7'1Zs i.' eration Miss
president Anne Bur-
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!I .."..'!":,'.!I. ".." ;). ....;....../'. e ',., dick, president-elect; Miss Flo Dill- Club will meet i in the a
; of the First Federal and
''1" r"J s \ ::':I. M .. '.: '..f r man, state business secretary; Mrs Loan lobby Association on Wednesday 100 BROADWAY
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:t: \i Louise Johnson, second vice presi- for the Christmas Xi
Dec.: 14 at 8 p.m.
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f \,. +; dent; Mrs. Esther Poppell, legal party and ... meteor \1 : advisor; Mrs. Beatrice Freed, state Hostesses will be Avis Griffen,

v*& ?, ....;::::\1i.-:... .:i... ; : :J.; : ;,': o ; treasurer; Mrs. Osie Crump, state Sybil Carte, Jewell Meyers, and

." M'C : ,.:,.i--...;.,............. .....'...' .;...._.,..,..!:e-.t.:O', ,: ':. :.,. ...:.- f i ::0'' : : 0 parliamentarian; Mrs. Edan Van Andy Rote. IIIF i iiCl
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'U. ... 'f.I 1. "!; :..:.. .,. :.:....... l"_ .;...,.:'" ''' '.... ,. N ,r. i Acker Wilma Richardson I All members are urged to at
P"S'" ;'40!: / ;:::<;- 1''?;: '.'. "- \\ ; '. :: and Miss Vera Koski, all on the
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tend.
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"W.y'; .. ;' ':I.\.:,. ...; ( >: { "'it. '< '>', iIII">< Other guests included Mrs. Martha .
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;: ; !y. Rose Circle To
: ':(,. z. ',' ,: :':.,:.,2:..:..::. '. MISS SYDNEY GERTRUDE LEE Tucker, and Mrs. Helen Godwin
1.,. "- ..!.I'f.i"-. ... -.. '.'..... president of the 'St. Cloud Workshop TodayThe 1. !
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Walker Miami
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i--t: ; : : .::.::; :"1 Benton president of the Kiss. Garden Club will meet Thursday Y
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.t/'I1''t. If. fI.r....:,.. ;............ Miss Sydney Lee To immee Chamber of Commerce, and December 8th, at the home of 4l ,
i.1' .. .:fJr,1. ;;;.v'oO.f: : : ;':- :"1 Bill Morse, past president of this Mrs. Albert Rogers on Neptune EEliS FIJEi.

.:1\\ ...'..:..;,;..:.vA Though only 186 carats in weight '. organization; Lester Geisler arch. Road at 9:30 a.m. for a Christmas GAS
:,: :'Jf I when discovered inIndia in theM itect who designed the building, workshop. .
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...:.; ;:; 16th century, the famous Kohinoor Q\ Wed Oliver E. Norn'sMrs. and Mrs. Geisler; Mrs. Ed Brinson, Members are to bring a sandwichand DEI./VErJ/ES Uq"r.OUfllll:
/ 'l1Y was a dazzling white diamond vaIun: and Mrs. Frank Brownell. dry materials to spray and cut COMPBtSStO: GAS
M ::::tt ed at $700,000. The original: stone } Christmas decorations arrangedby for Christmas decorations. AND IT IhiiiiiriimCOOIUNS
}- l. ;1. was cut in England. Until the 18th M Albert S. Lee of McComb, College and Universities. She is at Mrs. Elizabeth Dillard and Miss Hostesses will be Mrs. Rogers, MEATIN <*EFIII6ERATIOti|
3 ; century when small Brazilian de'i Mississippi, and Mr. Albert.S. Lee present a member of Osceola High Jo Makinson, were used. profusely Mrs. Malvin Samuel, Mrs. Stanley ISERVICE
; si of New Orleans, Louisiana, School Kissimmee Flor throughout the party rooms. The Evans and Mrs. Carl Schmidt.
.3 1 ::11 posits were discovered, almost all an- Faculty, ,
the engagement of their visitors,who had converged on Kis- A drink and cookies will be fur Tht GREEN'S: FUEL trademark Is :your Guarantee Sour
the world's nounce
!. :i.1. diamonds came from \ ida.Mr. simmee from various parts of the nished. faction. With our owa refineries vast underground and aboveground -
+ Gertrude Lee to Norris is of Os-
India. daughter Sydney a graduate
Then
ll:: in the 1860', the great M state, expressed their pleasure at storage faculties plus our own railroad tank car fleet,
Oliver Evans Norris, son of Mr. ceola High School, Kissimmee,
:e.6 .retJ:. African diamond fields were open. lJIS and Mrs. Cecil Floyd Norris, Kis Florida. He received his B.S. degree the beautiful site, and'pledged Miss\ Parah Clark reports a very you caa always depend a* a reliable! gas tnppljr.
...; .,f ;.":' ed, and most of today's diamonds M -
their Arizona and
t : : cooperation toward the future enjoyable trip to
Florida. from Florida Southern College 1-
simmee
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#'::;!. :'. ,.: :" :::;. come from Africa. A June wedding is .planned. Lakeland, Florida, where he realization of plans for a six-story Texas. She was accompanied home GREENS FUEL1

f!;" ". ... ... .. The bride elect is a graduate of was president of Sigma Chi Social modem structure to house retiring by her sister, Mrs. J. R. Nelson. of
... ''1/ "' \"'I'I,, ''' \ ,L... 'I McComb High School and earned Fraternity, Vice-president of the members of their organization. Brownsfield, Texas.
..-::' -"._- "="'.-, .',,'..: \\I"!.:,.=" "-if .:.:...:' @ -\"- her B.S., degree from.Mississippi student body, member.of the stu- Upon arriving. in Kissimmee
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t, .. :/ ,-'/ :...,111/ ... "" ;. -\\1'1' College, Clinton Mississippi. Miss j dent senate and elected to the earlier in the day, the guests had KissimmeeBonding
v ','II'iII'S' :..::: @ :-::. \":' III\\... .m M. Lee was a member of Kappa DeltaPi Greek Hall of Fame. He is currently enjoyed luncheon served by the
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\ I t'-'-'.,! !,"..,'"......," ,.... ... ""/ M Education Fraternity, Cap and employed as field representativefor Presbyterian ladies in the church Co.
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,1- Gown Honor Society, and listed Swift and Company-at Ruskin, educational building. During the 24 Hour Service Purks Furniture Co
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Leaks among Who's Who in America Florida. business session that followed, one
A Poorly Cut Diamond Light
I member from each of the twelve FRED KEISER

f Diamonds may be CUT i in anyone of many shapes and I WSG ChrsfmasParty'JIon'day Night districts in the state, was named Ph. TI 7.2022 4 511 Ingram St. KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUDSTAMPS

.J. forms. JBy far the most popular is the brilliant cut,
V round-gir led Diamond having 58 surfaces, or facets. I The home .of Mrs. George Y. ing oq !Monday Jan.16 when members -
.J These facets are in related angles to each other, and the \ .Bast Jr., was gala with Christmas of the Woman's Society, of
IN '!ire' of the Diamond is directly related to the accuracyof ;tJ.J 'decorations for the meeting of the Christian Service and Wesleyan 100,000 FREE TV

) these angles. A poorly cut Diamond does not have Wesley Service Guild Monday Service Guild will holda joint
.true fire because k leaks' light rays It's wise to know night. Among the many attractive meeting the church educational
exactly tvhat you are getting in a Diamond purchase. M arrangements* was one* made by building. At this meeting Mrs.Jess
the hostess'husband,..aepicUngI -' a Thacker will tell of her recent 0
jj I village snow scene,;, whose large trip to the Near East. Mrs. Betty 200 STAMPS TO EACH NEW VISITOR
We have just the gift for everyoneon community tree was. .a' branch Eby was appointed chairman of a lOiOOO: :STAMPS TO EACH NEW PURCHASERfrI : : ; 0 !
brought back ,from; the.desert. on committee on arrangements. She :
your Christmas fist a Western trip, .and .now. bright will be assisted by Mrs. Ruth :
with Christmas' lights. Hawk and Miss Katherine Allen. 'A. NOo :11 fl t tK
0 Devotions were given 'by Mrs. Mrs. Hawk told the story of -Ai

i PART1NJEWELERS.r I Ruth ington Hawk.presided Mrs.Uhe.Alma business Hether-ses led some the of group the Christmas in singing Carols after, and 0 \'; -: .; '0 00 .0.. .

sion. Announcement was-.made that which gifts were exchanged. Re- \ :;.
I 209 Broadway TI6 the rug fund is increasing:, due to freshments were served by the hostess _..... IW'''' t J 1.rM "" : AI./.t.tlllI!!! P
various projects 'undertaken by from a gayly decorated table, liiilit J oj i I"- "
x Guild members. to members and guests including .

_____ __ _n .___ __ _J!$_ Plans were made for the meetuwsuntMrncs Stanko Mrs. Hazel Mrs. Bearden Pat Bush, ,Mrs.Mrs. Jane Rob '

ert Pollom, Mrs. Myrtle Watson, W(



*' -; -: .' Eby Mrs.Hetherington.Sara Allen, Mrs.,Ruth Jane Mrs.Dot Hawk Groover Ruth Cody Miss and Nelson, Mrs.Mrs.Katharine Alma Betty Mrs. o K I S S I M M E E ON/ LAKE 0 TOHOPEKALIGA




NEW WCIIWHY TRACTORS" HEW n.T CAM NEW".11 SIx- ., 4-H Christmas A9C ZfiIcr\ s 'y 4
f o. rt4 kf fcf Sopet Duty IIowl!Kilw.y radon! ....*. net t.tpw optic Wih Ml,2K'. tier 2W-cs.fc.W hr ScheduledThe HICH; J
Y.t's eth".... dutabatrt by Dia.b, -.,./g, V's'' .111||jna,,4J.U.uniMit! j AlMrica's M mtrt I-to-"' Party Annual 4-H Christmas # '. &2:." -! .

NJf7 itrrnr _i Party will be held Saturday, December -
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Economy 10 at 6:30 pm. at the Z op
County Agricultural Office on tl t

o highway 441 .between Kissimmeeand $ 0 'I-q
NEW snusaH Plata": St. Cloud.
Futon PICKUP never came II.., :Viet., 1.p.u eM,car/ .JI
c..PICt kick.compact astJ- badr-rp"" N 15';'WI IOlspacotBLta The event will start with a foods 7AflpowN Li
30 apt ill cab"tabl demonstration given by Peggy
Acree and Lorraine Littlefield.
in such Following this all will enjoy a

; .. .ia. covered dish supper.
This is one 4-H countywideevent
:' where the whole family i b 0
'a' choice invited. "The more the merrier 0 uir 0 n Vo.
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NEW tTATMN MSONM say the committees. Joanne Roe- -" N" :
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.otioaII Raswt I /dca/'a.ier.alwgadragwst.! committee and is working up an L r\\i\J\ ) \ ti kJfIQAjpoL 0 \

.ALMOST 600 FORD MODn.S-Birresttruck truck choke in Ford ......III ---........-- interesting schedule of events including A
biggest .
changeover mttvltctunn1 MM M ***Mum*f*** county 4-H member and
history''Biggest truck savings,too-start- + :
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ing with America's -priced* pickup. -- leader awards, and installation of s. ON LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA .
council olfi
Come inl! See the newest save the most! new enDecorations MONTH '
ere being planned '
1 ; by Lorraine Littlefield and her LOTS
committee with the large pavilionto o : J3LFROtT
decorate this will take some film the. UHfr .
thinking but Lorraine promisessome 3 cs.d
BEDROOMS =i. = "
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surprises. The committee in 0
charge of the serving table and }; J Jo

bevetage is headed by Judy Roeh- 5iTc)30O,

I L rich.committee Carolyn take Saekboff over after and her the CEtJtr 2 TILE BATHS f fupORLANDO J

event and spearhead the cleanup.Dr. .

H. A. Anthony celebrated SS2SO. TOTAL PRICE .. N i
his 82nd birthday Saturday with a
f fNEw small party at his home. Helpinghim w
celebrate the occasion: were his <<

I'ICUf'-Al.1\Ie..., -. Its A.nw'sN..yt wife, Mrs. Koons Mr. and Mrs; J. clDrllln j
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KQIIOUII IPtwt .o
., lI4ICIIu$M ,,.,..- A. Balding and Mrs. Lilly. Jl( ) ii
..u.. ....... pelm5 I L.J.Lei lee. eirNah.we IIIIl v 5Af\j'l.\f\ Re.
/ HAMMONDORGAN A twenty minute drive from downtown Orlando and within fUT J.. rsns .
O distance to Martin,3Ic oy and Radiation. Turn west 'IJiTIN } I
TRUCKS fSSia DIRECTIONS.tommuUnf Blossom Trail at Kissimmee Highlands sign & ; iJ 'r''

61 SALES.SERVICE ,' mile north of fOssimmee City Limits Opposite New Highlands. '; _:3 !\I.\1\ ".,!
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OUC LESSONS RENTALSSee Elementary. School Phone TI 7-262J.} .
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Tintt KOWOMT tOOK"MOVES i\ISStt.\\EE\ \ NL
FORD TRUCKS COST LESS ,c
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p.a.Af. the Hammond <* HlhAZ .'' \ zirnuttth23t : Ht6HLANnS 1

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2A The,Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, December 8,1960' or 2 pork tenderloins into sauce pan and bring-to,a simmer The perfect table companion forsweetsoar J3ett Paul Circle; ,
% cup tomato ketchup over low heat. Blend cornstarch pork is fresh pickled .
Fresh Pork % cup vinegar : with % cup of,the sauce cucumber. Florida's winter cucum- Met MondayThe "
Roast Is < ber crop is currently being harvest* Betty PwHt CfreJe of the
% cup dark brown cane sugar, then add to remaining sauce. Stir ed. First Methodist Church met Men-
I : % cup dark corn syrup occasionally until sauce thickens, day December 5th, at the home of
% cup water in 10 to 15 minutes. FRESH PICKLED CUCUMBER Mrs. H. F. McPherson with Miss
Fine Seasonal DishThe 1'bud garlic, crushed Coat meat heavily with 'tt the 1 cucumber, at least 6 Inches Elsie McPherson as co-hostess.
4 tablespoons cornstarch sauce and place in a 350 degreeoven. long a Eighteen members and! fcur guests
Wipe the meat with a clean % cup tarragon vinegar were present.
first cool spell of the fall year-round commodity nowadays. cloth:If cooking a boned rib roast, Tenderloins will cook done in 60 '2 tablespoons water F Mrs. Henry Papethagen, Chair-
trips an appetite switch. Automatically However, the appetite switch still skewer through in several places minutes and should be coated with 2 tablespoons sugar man, conducted the devotional service -
it becomes fresh pork triggered and there is no better to form as cylindrical a shape as remaining sauce 20 minutes.before V4 teaspoon salt and presided at the business
time than the present to enjoy possible. Place in a greased baking cooking time expires. Boned rib I dash'of white pepper meeting.
time, even though most people are roast pork.Autumn. pan as near in shape and' size to will require 35 minutes to tAe I 1 tablespoon ,chopped parsley or t Mrs. Chas. Foster had charge of
at least one or two generations removed was larding time backon the meat as possible. pound and should have additional dried parsley flakes the program and spoke on,"Broth
from th time and place the farm in grandmother's day, Combine"all the Ingredients except light coats of sauce at 35 minute Wipe cucumber and score length- erhood" and "The Great Anthology.
when the comlntf of cold weather but her recipes for pork roast have cornstarch in a sauce pan and intervals, the last not less than wise with the tines of a fork. Do ."
actually mean hog killing. It was nothing on this Chinese inspired cook over low heat for 5 minutes. 20 minutes before cooking time ex not peel. Slice crosswise. Place ina During the social hour, delicious
the only time of the year when glazed sweet-sour pork. Pour over meat and let marinate pires. glass jar. Mix other ingredients refreshments were served by the
pork was available. several hours or overnight 'in the The sweet-sour pork should be except parsley and pour over cucumber a hostesses.
Because it is so delicious, we are GLAZED SWEET-SOUR PORK refrigerator if possible. served hot with a tangy mustarda slices. Sprinkle top with r
fortunate that fresh pork is a 1 four pound boned pork rib roast Before cooking, pour sauce back condiment. Serves 67. parsley. Allow to stand 2 to 3 Friendship Inc. To
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Autumn is ia the air and it's time for a hearty fresh pork entree. Friendship Ino, an organization
.' '. '' ,, IHlijlmlllm'lli: hlUrnltl1U! IIIjm n""lII"," ;:iiih:;(:...: : = Take two tenderloins or a boned rib roast and coat it with a won- to-. help women become better acquainted -
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saVE ar derful sweet-sour glaze. A hot, tangy mustard is the right condiment will meet at the Tropical -
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aDd fresh pickled encumbers. right side dish. Hotel December IS at 12:30
rtYOUR CHOICE Astor Vac Pak Coffee or
= --- for dinner and an exchange of
Garden Club Bazaar gifts.
hours in refrigerator before serve
'o Ii MAXWELLHOUSE ing. Good with veal as well as Proved Great Success All women are wekome.. For
reservations call Mrs. H. F. McPherson
i pork. The. successful two-day bazaarsponsored TIlden 7-23S3. by Tuesday
by the Kissimmee Garden December 13.
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I 1-Lb. Bag Joann Roehrich To Club Friday and Saturday was
climaxed with the awarding oi
"; Head 4-H Toppers Motorists are getting so con
ONLY the grand prize to Mrs. Ruth Ev- cerned over the number of miles
I Jos..n Roehrich was recently
of 4-H anson of 1408 Mabbette St. She they can get per tank of gas that
elected president Toppers
candle Christmas tree
LImit' one with T !!!l Club. Other officers include Lorraine made received by a one of the members oi the to be auto forced manufacturers to enlarge the are size going of
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Littlefield, president;
$5.00 or more the Garden Club. the tanks
Jody Roerich. secretary: Patty
Food Order l'
== Spence, treasurer; Mary Viehman
FOOD 510t = reporter; Judy Kerr, song
Quantity Rights Reserved E3 leader and Beverly Davis, council

Prices Good Thru Sat., Dec 10th 51111I" lr1mmmlllmrnlllllilillinmnllIIIII1IIanlImlllliUlllillUn! !!! !! limlmllmlimmllllllllllIlIJrnmmmllll! !! HIli delegate.A'report on the Christmas par- FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST

tyy to be held Dec. Iv, was given 1100 Minnesota Avenue St. Cloud, Florida
Strawberry by Miss Littlef ieicf who' said arrangements CORDIALLY INVITES YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS TO A
YOUR CHOICE. Astor Shortening orBAKERITE fora Christmas tree
were already- made.It Free Lecture on Christian Science

PRESERVELb. was also reported that the .._..
following members were going to Subject "CHRISTIAN SCIENCE:
: make uniforms: Peggy Acree, Lor- THE JOY OF LIVING BY DIVINE AUTHORITY"Lecturer..JOHN

raine Littlefield, Mary Viehman, D. PICKETT, CSof Chicago Illinois
Judy Kerr, Charla Van Meter Member of the Board of Lectureship of
DEEP and Judy Roehrich These uniforms The Mother Church, The First Church of
SOUTH 24-oz( will be worn at all '4-H Christ, Scientist, in Boston, :Massachusetts

3 Can. 49 d .- :, Limit BRAND i with Jar 29 club The.activities.programs for the year were Place__HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUMTenth
Limit one with 1- ?":' outlined as follow: in January, Street and Michigan Avenue, SU Cloud, Florida
$5.00 or more Food Order Mrs.. M. E. Schellenberg will discuss Time_SUNDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER II, 1960
Food Order .. '. lunch room problems and at 3:09 o'clock: Doors open at 2:00LrnY'S :
.7:' : Detergent Blue orWhite lunch room menus Tn February,
the will be feed-
program on mass
Van Flavorful
Camp ing in cases of emergencies; in
March, a dress review and judge
Arrow ing and in April the program will
Porl< & Beans be on flower arrangements. Laterin FABRIC SHOPPENew
the year a program will be
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w. << IT THE CTHrCTT corn OF THEIVTH The Kissuuae Gazette, Thursday December 8, 1960 Page 3A
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Legal Notice IX C"A FLORIDA>CKHV liC.5500P'AL'L 2 KOTICB TO CACDITORff Ton ael are hereby
'TO ALL CKEDITORXDISTRIBUTEES. LBOA.TF.JI>;:4, seemed reoatreyte
'' present any
I BUSINESS DIRECTORY PAULINE M. DHAVV B. DRAWDY.DY and his wif AND ALL PERSONS claims which you, or either of you. _
fUlatUfs HAVI.NU CLAIMS OR DEMANDS may have against the estate of -
.
I v THIS cmcrrr ro"'.. FOR THE AGAINST tvAlD ESTATE: Ralph Riddle Hansetl. Jr deceased.
I\TH: JIDUIAL. CIKCLIT OF RAYMOND U CITRON' and You aid each of :you are hereby late of Osceola County. horida. too
FLORIDA VIM FoR OSCEOUAX SHIRLEY CITRON his wife notified aad required to present the C titf": Judge ef said County at ;
COl--'I'T.' Defendants.JIOTICB any claims which you or either of his the Court House at Kisimmee -
I CHANCERY ISO. 5S72. HARRY you. may have against the estate of Florida within eight calendar -
TO APTEtRIN
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I "" "L""A."A.'A"" """" "" "" "" "" "" &.Ao. H. E. Brown. alae known as HoraceE. months of -
wwv.vvvvi :+vvvvvv TZEME S Plaintiff e& WJLJUA1I c. THE NAME OF THE bTATE OF from Vie date the
PI.NUMAM and NANCY UlNGMAN FLORIDA. Brown deceased, late of Onreol tint p bllrtl.n ef tats l( tlC*.
i SAND ROCK NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE TO THE DEFENDANTS: County Florida to the County Each claim or demand must he in
, con STATE OF FLORIDA TO: WII-. RAYMOND U CITRON Judge of said County at his officeIn writing and must state the place ofresidence
MORTAR MIX L.LAM C. DLNUMAN aDd NANCY 24* Martin prite. the Coarthouse at Kisslmwee.Fiorina ef the claimant and must
Parks Furniture Co. NUMAN, his wife Sierra Vista Arizona wlthia eight calendar be *..era to by tbe claimant his
STEEL & WIRE MESH WE GIVE STAMPS ;
LOANS TV PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a MH1KLEY CITRON. months from tbe date of the first agent or attorney or the same will
For Prompt Repair of Your milt baa beta *lnalltut.d against you UI Martin Drive ...Blicatloa of thU Notice. Each become<<" void according to law.
REFRIGERATOR. In the above style<< cause in the Sierra Vista,. Arizona: claim or demand must be in writing This the 3tHh day of November
with all purchases abov. entitled Court to foreclose a ANI TO: ALL PARTIES. CLAIMING and must state the place! of resMence mo. ...
Phone TI 6-2171 da>* or mortgage recorded la Official Records INTERESTS BY. THROUGH. UNDER ef the claimant and must besworn I /.! EDWARD BR1NSOV
INSTALLMENTAUTO Book 29. page 279 In the public OR AGAINST THE ABOVE to by the claimant, his agent executor of the Estate: of&Ifh
71 6-8579 Bight records: of Oaeeola Coantr. Florida NAMED NATURAL DEFENDANTS.AND. er attorney or the same will beCome BI affecting the following described TO ALL PARTIES HAVING void according/ to law. deceased.
:
ANDERSON'SGARAGE : This the 3 propeny OR CLAIMING. TO HAVE ANY I
The FirstNat'lBank o LOTS 32. IS, S4 and 13 la New RIGHT 71TLE OR IN : "i>. I Atont T at IxwKlMSimntew '
t& Eden on the Lakes. Unit 1$, according AND TO THE LwrD\ JERRY LEE BROWNExecutor Florida
... STEVE'SRADIATOR _
to the* official plat SCRIBED PROPERTY. SITUATE of the Estate of i l>ec e. 15. ::. 29
H. E. Brawn, also known
as
thereof, as recorded among the IX OfeCEOLA. COUNT; :FLORIDA
of REPAIRSales public records of Osceola Connty. TO-WIT. Horace W. E. Brown, deoeaaed. I Get tha most .f the best for the
KISSIMMEE'TRANSITMIX Klorida. ltl'iat Book 1, page Lots No. 9, 10. 11 and 12 of Murray Overctreet. Jr.
aad Service Attorney for ExecutorP.O. least Gazette
RissimmeeUenWr Bloek 155 of the Town of SL through advertising
We take off and install YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Cloud, Osceola County Florida Box 132 Kisttimmee. Fla.
22 S. Bermuda Ave. Dec. 1. IS. 22. 29OTICK .
FeAeral Depeeitlaawaaee hat vnl you file a* answer .r according to the Plat ef the said
Cerp. Phone TI 6-667 radiators ether responsive pleading with the Town filed la the office of the : CHRISTIAN SCIENCE -
922 Main St. TI -5041 Clerk of the said Court on or before Clerk of the Circuit Court in \ TO CREDITORS j
he 9th day of January. AJX 19<1. and for Osoeola County Florida la the (...rt et tae C..aty Judge' SOCIETY .
a decree pro confeaso wth be entered One*.lM C MiB Gazette ;AdrertLung PapGREEN'S Gazette Advertising Pays against TOO for the relief demamdd > Lour 1 and 2. Block SI. accord- RB THE ESTATE OF I lOt N. Randolph
In the Complaint filed aere- lag to the Public Records of the RALPH 1UDULE 1IANSEUo JR.Iteceased. S.nw..l1
STOVES REFRIGERATORS In. This notice will be published City of St. Cloud Oeceola County I Sunday LID.
Used r- once each week for four consecutive State of Florida To alt Creditors Legatees. IHs SUMay Sdaoo1 li4 a m.
Help! Help! week. You and each of you are notified tribute,'., and all Persons having Wed. Night Services 8 p.JD.
DONE AND ORDERED at Klssimmee. that a suit to quiet title to the Claim* or Demands against said
FUEL FURNITURESewell Osceola County )Florida this above described property has been Estate: I
RIEDELFuneral LESESNE Cad. day of December U60.t fll.d against you. and you axe here
Silks end Service Tours e d Employment Agency /GLENN RAT by required to serve a copy of your
1015 W. Church 1745 KuM Clerk of the Circuit Court answer to the Bill of Complaint oa
Phone TI 6-2171 TI 6-7141 (Seal) the. Plaintiffs' attorneys Graves &::
Home ORLANDO 933 BRACE ST. Phillip n. Keller I'atfeson 2 I' Gtralda. Avenue. Coral We do all types
KISSIMMEEFor 11 East Monument Gables .Florida and file the orig I
Gas Delivery Phone (P. U. Box 311) inal in the office of the Clerk of the WOOD REFINISHINGUPHOLSTERING
107 Emmett St. --- Kis8lnune. Florida Circuit Court on or before the Hid .
George Stroup TI 6-8014 A7TORNBT FOR PLAINTIFF day of December 1><4; otherwise.
R. Daria TI '-'903B. SUNNILAND TRAVEL BUREAU l>ec. 8. lb. 22. 29. the allegations of said complaint
A. Fletcher TI 6-5511 will be taken as confessed againot
AMBULANCESERVICE ORMOND ye.
McABEE
A.
Jimmie Jefferies ...... I l.Y CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE Dated the 17th day' of November. Furniture refinishing box sprints and mattresses rebailt.
TW %.%%65 (St. Cloud) NINTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT 1X0.
Air Bus OF
For Gas Service, Phone :t. SteamshipTickets FLORIDA IN AND FOR OSCEOLA Circuit GLENN Court RAY Clerk of tbe ALL WORK GUARANTEED Free pick-up and deliverjservice.

J. B. Rountree TI 6-7574 .. Z Tours and Cruises COUNTY.MACY and IN ADA.CHANCERY.MACY. his R wife.C N('r. 24, Dee. 1-s-lS .

Robert Allen TI 6-3084 U'a" 30 E. Pine SL, Orlando, Fla. Cflerry 1- 32t Plaintiffs, v.. B. II. McLELLAN e tux caU collect CTpres 3-4338 Orlando
Leo Girourd TI 7.2061 et al. Defendants. SUIT To AOTlt TO APPEAR
TI 6-3201 QUIET TITLE. NOTICE Of SUIT. In the& Circuit Court for the Ninth RIGHTWAY UPHOLSTERY
R. IL HaH TW%-6.0. :.St.Cloud THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: B.; Judicial Circuit of Florida, In aRdor
or call H. T. Simmons Mrr. H. McLELLAN and ilcLELLAX. ( O c ola County. In Chancery No.o 5600 Old Winter Garden Road, Orlando
his Wife If he be 695C' Divorce. James L. Robrer.
TIME TO ORDER FUEL OIL NOW married
TI &-2761H. Carl W. EledelR. I f living: and If dead their unknown Plaintiff, vs. Marie J. Rohrer. Defendant 25: :years experience'
J. Stanko TI 6-2144 heirs at law I.Kate.de.iM_ and Route No. 1, Box 250 A. ._____ ._
For grantees, residence unknown; and Long Beach. MixslssippL Notice to
Coy Conrad any tad all persons claiming inter Appear. The State of Florida to
eats ky. through', under or againstne Marie J. Rohrer You are hereby required
Funeral Director : BASe san above named known persons: to file your answer containing !
and any and all persons having or: your defenses if any to the STOP DREAMING
claiming any right title or Interestn Complaint filed against you in the
and to the following described above styled casse in said Con.c on
ACRICO )lands located la Osceola County the 15th day of December A.D. 1960
O ZENITHSales : Florida to-wit: or a Decree Pro Confesso will be OWN BUSINESS)
to-wit entered against Given under (OWN YOUR
A-A C you.
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FUEL OIL I Al) that part of the Southeast mr hand and seat of said Court atXissimmee .. .
The Nation's Leading Fertilizer & Service Pure While Kerosene quarter of the Northwest quar Osceola County,Florida, :< :-: .e: .. .. ... .IA yr
ter of the Southeast quarter of on this 15 day of November. A.D. < to!. .-- ASStMSUO
.18% NORMAL PHOSPHATEAA tecttoa 19(0. r !-- --i\ .
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Township 23 South
QUALITY GROUND we give Burns Clean' TI 7-2023 Range 28 East. Osceola County. /a/ GLENN RAY . .. .... b'f-, TOGOON.
PHOSPHATE ROCK TV STAMPS Florida lying South and West As Clerk of said Court. v ......... : 1 ta. ANY LOT...
of
the Kissimmee )
-"IReland .r
let our Ranch and Grove Jack Bass Distributor Amoco Products Road (State Read No. 535). Edward Brlnson > .' ri-- 1f'\ '
Spreader Service apply fertilizer NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Attorney at Law 1
and dolomite limestone. Plaintiffs have instituted svil t KUsiniroee. Florida. i ;: .ot'I!
against you in the above style Nov. 17-24. Dec. 1.8.OTI'F .;. .
lEe IS: MOW FOREco4oIT .
Court to quiet the title of Plaintiffs : \'i' \IIf.' ;;;: .
: : PRICKS: HEARING AID SERVICEand In and to the above described prop % : t'MJKR KICTITIOCS ,' .
SATES SERVICE IAJAX erty. and you are hereby summoned. %-%MR LAW'' ....
Ranch Grove ordered and required to file your TO ALL WHOM IT -
and written answer or defenses to the MAY CONCERN: sesescl PIIICD-I8IDII OIUIIIQAi IAUIIIn it...esee. IIIIOMIIOII'
Supplies for al! makes and models Complaint filed in the above styled NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
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Service cause In the office of the Clerk of that pursuant to the "Fictitious Fe Pbilce-Bemlfx EHmiMtvt location Proklomt.

Spreader Factory Trained Consultant available Tues dicial the Circuit Circuit Court of Florida for the. In Ninth and Ju for Name 1941 Florida Statute"Statutes Section,SC5.09 the undersigned of the S Tour Choke-lay H U.t...hU .-..'"'JJa F1EE

KISSIMMEE Osceola County at his office in the who are the only parties Interested Coin Laundry DeKripliwro
in Kissimmee and in St. .Cloud. Courthouse in Klsslmmee. Florida in the hereinafter named \ e No Installation Worrlof. PhhIcoaendfged..ey ,
'" day Friday ..Yo. on or betore the> 26th day of Decem- business enterprise will present
FEED STORE her A.D. Will Handle It For Yeu.
19(0 and to serve a copy proof of publication of this Notice .T.ifte4 Peewnnei er a.qv..tI
PHONE TI 6-2821 PLUMBING Evenings By Appointment whose thereof on Plaintiffs' attorney and register with the Clerk of the e rive((5)) yow financing. No e..t_
name and address is I
set out Circuit Court of Osceola ,
Nlow. Should Count Than $4000.00 Pu is Ted I. Iu,eess N.Ob/isotiel/
r SUPPLY you tail to do so. Decree Florida the fictitious name "KIs- vela !
for th best 1 < PARTIN JEWELERSKISSIMMEE Pre Confesso will be entered simmee Jumpin Gyminy," under Completely No Hidden l troi.
'Lowest Prices in the Area 4 against you. WITNESS my hand as which they are engaged. in business CAU eeWa1T1
Clerk of said Court and the seal of on North
F Orange Blossom
Trail.
PLUMBING FIXTURES J said Court at Kisslmmee. Osceola Ktsslmtnee. Ooceola COIN OPERATED SALES INC.
.. County. Florida
yo VISIT OUR j ST. CLOUD November County Florida A. D.,1960.this 18th day o:f this 1960. 11th day of November, A.D. I 10J ..

i SURPLUS DEPARTMENT 1 s/ GLENN RAY W. O. TAYLOR PWUMMia. CommwcW Uwndry EgaipmeriDAN .

PIPES AND FITTINGS / Clerk OsCE'ola Circuit Court MILDRED TAYLOR
County Florida
I>: .1111 West Church SL4/ !Itnrray .TV.SRL)r.t..et. LV THE COURT OF TUB COL;>TV MILDEN
Jr. -
STEEL SALESANY JIIM.K.; ADD FOR %<;KOUA.OINTl. .
.... Orlando Phone GA 2-7167 A Attorney for Plaintiffs (' '. WLOHIUA. .
' : I P.O. Box HZKIssimmee. IN RE ESTATE OF .
'Ao: : RR OWN.aleoJinown
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\ Florld4I HOKAcE i 4427FhirIawnDr.OrlandoCallCHl1211F
as : BROW'S',
DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT. I Nov. 2(. Dec. 1-8-15 deceased. .

TRao and SALES SERVICE Competitively Priced ,

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES .- .
COMPLETE HOME FCRXISHIXGS: TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS ., ,,.'. : -';; : -: .- (\
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TV FURNITURE CO. .. .; :: ..
Horse Trailers aDd Trailers '
L PARKS Utility "
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Kissimmee St. Cloud Built < :
and, Repaired; ; '

/ Complete mobile welding shop all work guaranteed. r ,.... .... ._ '''. '( '
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E. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator. TRAFFIC : LIGHTS Should t b'e turned off at dangerous intersections; ns to save
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Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co. .
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OF RISSIMMEE TEACHERS Need not review-i. a lessons. Tell the- students* just once_- ; and I '. they'll

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forget.
KISSIJLMEE. FLORIDA .


John E. Carroll] Jr. ATTENTIONNEW ,i' .
John E. Carroll.......President ,
U. S. ChapmanV1eePresident _.Assistant Cashier and

Florence! N. Stvry r Vk Pres. Installment! Loan Officer . .. .

Lucile U. S. Chapman S<|uires_, Jr A.sst_Cashier Cashier DIRECTORS OPENING HIGHWAY PATROLMEN Stop driving up and down the highways. Noneedtocautten ._ -

Emma Alien B.D. Quirk..Asst.Carroll Cashier Irlo G.H.Bronson Prather John Ellis E.F.Carroll Davis drivers by patrolling highways. Drivers know the law and should 'obey.

-,- Assistant Cashier U.S.Chapman: IL O.Partia

i Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation K. STARR

Each Depositor Insured Up To $40.008 Balance. I


Kissimmee Friendly Bank .-1 U T '-. If .you are one of the foolish kind like the Notre Dame Cathedral that


.. has stood for six' centuries, but :still ;_rings_ the.: bell every-day "to let- people -know; ',
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influences... gives von your lucky days and year.lucky numbers.. .
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4A The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, December 8, 1960 materials attention should be given
.to the development of attitudesand Red Cross Completes Report :Cn f. KiftingerTo

appreciations rather than

Textbook Evaluation knowledge type of reading and skills.children Through develop this On Hurricane Donna Relief ) Speak To I HERE IS YOUR

permanent reading tastes and growin ONE STOP
understanding of their own Southeastern Area' Red Cross Over 100 experienced disaster Reserve OfficersThe
Nears CompletionTextbook problems." headquarters in Atlanta has an- staff, drawn from national and SERVICE STATION i
Following this are listed 16 nounced the completion of a 10- area administrative headquartersof Central Florida chapter of
items the evaluators should check, week disaster rehabilitation program the Red Cross in Washington, The Retired Officers Associationwill % WASH LUBE BRAKES
evaluation committees, No details may, by law, be re- including, is the factual material in Florida for 4,684 families Atlanta, St. Louis San Franciscoand hold a dinner meeting o3:
consisting of 36 teachers and lay vealed as to the individual judge- authentic, does the material givea among Hurricane Donna victims. Alexandria, Virginia, remainedin Thursday December 8, 1960 be- 1 ultlllttn ; WHEELS ALIGNED
persons, are nearing the end of I ments of the texts. That remainsa better understanding of the Financial assistance from the organization Florida after the storm emergency ginning at 6 pjn. at the McCoyAir _
their assigned task the preliminary secret matter until the final world and its people is the ma- has supplemented fancily to assist local chapters in Force Base Officers Club. SEAT COVERS
selection of textbooks in 'textbook approval is made, and terial plausible, not written downto resources for homes restorationand family rehabilitation work headed Capt.'Joseph W. Kittinger Jr.,
social studies and reading in certain even then reasons for rejection or children.In refurnishing, medical occupa- by W. D. Dibrell of Atlanta direc- of Orlando, Florida will be the BUD & JOHN'S GULF SERVICEMAIN
elementary grades. acceptance of the individual texts the 'case of history texts, tional and other needs resulting tor of Disaster Services in the guest speaker. He is extremelywell
Because of insufficient numbersof are not disclosed. there appears to be no special no- from the storm, Paul M. Moore, Southeastern Area. qualified to speak on a sub- and VINE ST. Phone TI 6-5812
teachers to do the job,lay peo- The committees were given detailed tation that statements must be accurate area manager, reported. ject of great interest to all "The
ple were asked to participate on criteria for the evaluation of and true, but on the other Moore said the entire Donna re Man' in Space."
Businesses
the committees, John Colombo supervisor the texts. They spent many hours hand, the criteria state that certain lief expenditure in Florida amounted New Captain Kittinger is with the
of education for the county reading them and discussing themat emphasis, attention should be to $1,343,769 in a 39-county op Chartered Decrease aerospace medical division 0 f
said. That was done despite ex- subsequent meetings.In given to particular trends- philosophies eration. Besides post hurricane aid Wright Air Development Division,
perts such as James B. Conant, connection with elementary ,-'or events. to families, this figure, he said New business firms chartered in Dayton, Ohio. From a baloon-sup-
stating that neither school board school reading texts 12 items are In the social studies text, however also included emergency mass care Florida through October of this ported gondola at 102,800 feet,
members nor other laymen should listed for content and format. the criteria clearly state, for 125,000 refugees, many of them year have dropped 9 per cent below Capt. Kittinger on 16th of August c Vw1y
become involved in the details of These include: are materials of "In presenting a clearcut picture of for up to three weeks at Marathon, 1960 set a new high altitude parachute -
course content or the choice of high literary quality, is content ofhigh the,evolution of our constitutional Tavernier, Islamorada and other last year but stand well above both record. This record, along
textbooks. interest, do the pictures con-. republican form of Govt, authorsof points in the battered Keys, and 1958 and 1957. Naturally, business with his many other records, has
However, the use of lay people tribute to the development of skillsof I social studies textbooks may at Everglades City, Fort Myers, charters dropped 5 percent duringthe won him world acclaim and great 1"'a
appeared to have the blessing, in concept learning. I of necessity include issues with and other locatio'ns.Leading first ten months this year, The distinction. rS
fact praise, of at least one member And in connection with literary i. which all citizens are not in agree- relief expenditures were Florida State Chamber of Commerce Captain Kittinger is a test parachute ..."''
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of the state textbook evalua- readers for- grades one to three, the ment. in the Keys areas of Dade county, reported yesterday."In jumper and is credited with
tion committee to whom. the coun- criteria includes this statement "When controversial issues are $369,277, and Monroe County the number of charters 47 jumps and 4500 hours as a ""1--
ty committees report. "In' selecting ,literary reading included in the social studies text $252,113; also in Lee County $155" granted this year, Florida ranked pilat. For his hgh! altitude record
books: the author should approach 446; Collier, $150,463; Orange, third in the nation, :with a,total of setting jump he was awarded the
those issues in a dispassionate, un- $68,348; DeSoto, $53,948; Hardee, 9,829, almost a thousand a month. Distinguished Flying Cross and
prejudiced, and scientific fashion.To 39,648; Pasco, $21,056; Highlands, The mapority of these charters resulted on October 3, 1960 was one of two
BOWLING SCHEDULE1l10NDAY do this the author must make $18,996; and Hillsborough (Tampaarea in the establishment of new recipients of the C.: B. Harmon ,
certain that (and here follows six ), 13754. business or manufacturing plants Trophy award presented by President 1. '-'

guideposts, including) (a) both the A total of 1,891 families_ manyof but the figure also includes non- Eisenhower. .. 'e ;. >-_.:.dl ,'.j!
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10 'a.m. 6 p.m. OPEN BOWLING accomplishments and failures of them trailer-dwellers, received business concerns which secure Captain Kittenger was graduated -
6:30 p.m. 12 p.m. TEAM BOWLING democracy are examined: (b) the funds for homes repairs and re- charters. from the Bolles School, Jack- '.:
individual rights as well as obli- building, or replacement of ruined "Off-setting the number of new- sonville and attended Florida --;-.",, '<. .
TUESDAY 10 ajn. 6 :p.m. OPEN FOWLING gations of'the citizen are stressed trailers; and 1,162 were aided in ly established firms were 571 busi- University. Entering military serve ;

6:30 p.m.: 12 p.m. TEAM BOWLING11T1mNESDAY and (c) various sides of issues are purchases of essential homes furnishings ness failures' in the state through ice in March 1949 as an aviation !' i.
presented. to replace those ruined in October this year, half as' many cadet, he was commissioned a
10 ajn6 p.m. OPEN BOWLING Members of the committees con the storm, according to the re- again as in 1959 according to re- Second Lieutenant, before assignedto \ Bring your Christmas shopping list to
6:30 pan.-12 pjn.TEAM BOWLING sidering texts for grades seven to port. ports from Dun and Bradstreet.In the Air Force Missile Development -

10 6 OPEN 12 included: "In each instance" Moore reported October, 81 Florida firms failed, ct Holloman Air Force Hunt Bros. Santa's one-stop gift
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THURSDAY p.m. Mrs. Edna Hansen, Dr. George "families designated build- slightly under the former high registered Base in New Mexico.
6:30 12.p.m. TEAM BOWLING
P-1" Beauchamp, Dr. C. W. Reese, ing contractors and merchants of in March. Capt. Kittinger's parents Mr. center.
MIXED DOUBLES TEAMS BOWL THURSDAY. 9 PJI. James MacGowan, Mrs. P. K. their choice to receive this money "Current liabilities of the failing and Mrs. Joseph W. Kittinger, Sr..
Weaver; John Barton, Enoch Herz- direct from the Red Cross after firms came to $27 million through live in Orlando and will be guestsat

FRIDAY 10 *". 12 pjn OP BOWLING berg, Mrs. Agnes Brinson, LeRoy recovery needs had been determined October, a 25 per cent gain over the dinner meeting.
Herr, Mrs. H. B. Allen, Harold with Red Cross disaster staff 1959. Florida ranked seventh in Reservations should be made to
Farmer, Mrs. William Prather, and approved by local community the number failing firms and Colonel William B. Higgins, 720
SATURDAY .9 a.m.2. p.m. OPEN BOWLING Mrs. William Sippel Mrs. Grace advisory committees. Funds werea ninth in total liabilities for the South Primrose Drive, Orlando, ot
Makinson; Dr. H. P. Amos the gift, with no obligation of re- ten-month period. you may phone your reservationto
Rev. John Briley, Mrs. P. K. Weaver payment. "Florida accounted for 6.3 per Colonel Higgins, GArden 3-
SUNDAY 12 Noon 12 Midnight PEN BOWLING Mrs. Alma Hetherington, Miss Funds to help restore storm- cent of the nation's new firms this 1883 not later than Tuesday, De-
Virginia Tiller, Mrs. H. R. Dale, ruined small family businesses or year; for 4.5 per cent of the failing -, cember 6th.
Mrs. R. Elmo Griffin Mrs. J* W. for other occupational needs were firms and 3.5 per cent of the Ilk BROADWAY PH. TI b- 2b21
PLEASE NOTE: 6:30 p.m. 12 p.m. Monday through Needham, Mrs. Jess Thackerr Mrs. granted for over 200 families, anda liabilities. The state's proportionof In 1950, Suwannee County corn
Thursday is reserved for team bowling. All other hoursare Harry C. Northrop Stewart Chap similar number were aided with new firms was a little lower yield averaged 12 bushels per
for bowling. man, Jeff Miller, Leo Acre, Leo hospital bills or extended medicalcare and the failures slightly higher acre; average from 60,000 acres ..
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