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Vol. 67, No. 7 KEI :**...,,=,tm..r Cl.,..":,,.,Natter KUrMa Kissimmee, Florida, Thursday, December 15, 1960 I': :":I ::: Price Ten Cents

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In hit "Brunswick Stfw" column'of Nwmber 30. Editor & Publisher Jllh1ll-ii Iffi + "
Allen W. Kilpatrick of the BRUNSWICK TIMES-GAZETTE Engine MaterialsCity

Lawreticeville, Va. calls attention (as well he may) to a classified. ad

in the same issue: Manager Harold Farmer be authorized to%>urchase and pre-
"Hunters don't often ret welcomed with open arms by pronertyowners Tuesday Night advised the City pate such plaque. for the present.
," he writes."Usually at this' time of the year. i i. fact "Post- Commission that it has become ation. Seconded by Com. Art Scalli

ed" slims sell like hotcakes at the Times-Gazette office. necessary to order replacement and_carried unanimously.

"So it will be with some surprise that hunters in the county read parts' on ,Engine No. 7 consistingof Farmer advised that Mr. Beck
the classified ad from F. H. Abernathy in this week's issue heads.
a set of 6 cylinder
end Mr. Goldberg had been to his
And. here's the ad, which iramediatejv below that of
apnears He advised that the number of office to discuss the possibility of
another gentleman who advises that his land is "posted against the cylinder: heads were cracked resuming negotiations for the annexation I

huntinr and tresnassing": and leaking and the entire .set of Royal Gardens and for
NOTICE: Hunters are invited to hunt on my land as much as
should be replaced to insure de-
he installation of sewer and water
you wish- And when the" bell rings, come to the house for dinner F. H. pendability and reliability on the facilities which would tie onto theCity's
Abernathy, Dolphin. Va.
Y engine. *
For the benefit of those who are struggling for some comprehension w r After discussion, Com. Albert system. -
of what i J. wrong with the world we would say that it boils Rogers moved that the City Man- The Commission instructed Far.
down very simnly to the sad fact that there are not enough F. H. be authorized to purchase mer that until the Royal Gardens Ayse.
Abernathra in it. people had presented the commission 4
from Fairbanks Morse & Co. six
Divided against itself and armed to the point where there is no cylinder heads for engine No.. 7 at with the information which :
loneer any place to rode: and with each nation (our own included) riven the Kissimmee Power Plant for a had been requested earlier relativeto

with dissension suspicion, jealousy and ruthless driving for 'personal : cost of 11238.20 each and a total ownership and until the lawsuits
with which had been settled which had been
that Biblically-enioined "good will toward Men" -
rower Seconded Com.
has the advertising cost of 742920. by
Joe Pipkin Joined
but from filed against the property that the
Abernathy is so obviously blessed has all disappeared :
Autrey and carried unani
the earth. and public relations staff Dan commission would not be in a pos TO PRESENT CANTATA Th e Chancel Choir of the First Methodist Church will present a

This is not to say that every landowner should let down the of Tupperware Home Parties mously. ition to discuss any further nego- Christmas Cantata Sunday night at 7:30 p.m. under the direction of Mrs.. E. M. Jones. Kev. John

ban to all corners at this oran, ,. other season for there are often Inc. A graduate *-Mitchell College Farmer presented RequisitionN tiations or developments of Royal Briky. pastor will present the invocation. Soloists will be Mrs. Robert Eby. soprano; Mrs. Walter
sound reasons for not doing so. Hut we are reminded bv Mr. Abernathy Statesville N. C. and former 97 providing for payment of Gardens Murphy contralto; Mrs. Howard Hall, contralto; Charles Hawk Jr. tenor; Stanley Anthony, baritoneand
Marine P.LO'man. Pipkin engineering fees to Smith & Gil- Albert Rogers, baritone. The choir members above left front Mrs.
that men are brothers and that.the world's greatest need is. Com. Autrey, advised the Com- pictured are, to right, row,
the exercise of that spirit of brotherhood. Perhaps Mr..Abemathv's also has worked for Foote and lespie. Engineers in the amount o. missioners that Utilities Director 'Eby. Betty Rose. Dot David, Grace Palmer, Fanchon Hall. Mrs. Jones Mary Rogers, Mary Gardner,
classified' ad will have reminded people down this way of what Davies Publishing Co.. Atlanta; $1210.37. After discussion Com. organist] Ruth Hawk Doris Anthony Mildred Easton. and Blanch Danford. Back row', l left t. right, F.b
Hansel and City Manager
Christmas is all about was copy chief of Scott M. Roberts Autrey moved that the resolution Roy Jones. Wilfred llinch diff, E. Sjkes Goodwin, Joe David Stanley Anthony. Stewart Chapman, pian
1 advertising agency", St. providing for payment of Requisition Farmer had been advised of apprehension ist. Uly Chapman Albert Rogers and Bob Miller. The public is cordially invited. (Photo by Cooper)
Petersburg, and has done freelance No. 97 to Smith & Gillespie of partita who had admit-
movie and still photog Engineers for engineering fees 'on ted stealing up to $1200 worth of

FLANAGANS' TO BE HOSTS raphy. For the plastic house- various projects in the amount of copper at the Light Plant yard and Sales TaxCollections Band Kowbelles To
be Seconded that he felt it was advisable at this
The glittering crystals of the huge I punch bowl on the festively wares sales company-he ,will assist ${210.37 approved. by ,
S1V in editing the dealer publication C m. Mike Stanko and carried un time to reconsider the possibilityof
around the
decorated table will vie with the Christmas ornaments
Lodge, when Jim and Jean Flanagan will be host and hostess for the and handle general public animously. installing a protective fence a- Perform At
moved that round the plant. Tangerine
Com. Autrey the
annual Elks Christmas party'on Wednesday evening, December 21st. It'sa relations assignments.High "
traditional event with the Lodge to invite all members and their commission approve the erectionof Com. Albert Rogers stated /that On Increase
for a concession stand by the Little he felt that sufficient room couldbe
wives some Christmas cheer and cocktail snacks and the Flanagans
League Baseball organization with provided inside for the storageof Bowl At OrlandoThe
are justly proud of their fine crystal bowls and glasses, an old heirloomof \
the. family,which help impressively to make this a festive occasion clans to be approved by the City material such as copper and that Sales tax collected in Osceola
Receives'Accreditation' Commission ahd that City Managerbe the money for a fence could well County in November, 1960 totaled Osceola High Marching performances.
authorized to contact Atlantic be used for other especially

purposes compared with $28-
$29,849.22 as Band and the Kowbeiles have received The Kowboy majorettes the fea
Coast Line Railroad Company to the deficit with which the city
464.49 collected in November, 1959! one of the greatest honorsto tured twirlers "The Chiefettes
their approval of such use started out in the current
secure year. and with 26221.74 collected in come their way in a long timein and the Kowboy Marching Band
of the land. Seconded by Com. Mike It was suggested that a list of
October. the invitation for the two organizations will do a special dance to "Cherry
Stanko and carried unanimously. things which needed to be done in
Gasoline taxes collected in No- perfonn'pngame Pink and Apple Blossom ,White";
r Byron P. }lUeman, supervising to
Farmer advised that the Volun- all departments and activities be
'j Schools vember amounted to $40,722.57 as at the Bowl Orlando precision drill to the "Imperial"
principal of Kissimmee teer Firemen had plahned to havea compiled and submitted and prior- Tangerine at a
t .said yesterday that he has received .party honoring Julius Smith up- ities set according to need and jus- compared with $35,729.47 collected December 30th. march, and a novelty featuring-
notice -that Osceola High I on his retirement and that it would tification. in November 1959 and with, $40.- The Kowbelles will do a snappy individual sections of the band to

School has received accreditation seem in order for the commissionto Com. Stanko suggested that bar- 686.45 collected in October. precision drill, a featured all'n "Riff Interlude."

for 1960-61 by,the Southern Asso- present Julius with a plaque expressing ricades be installed at the en- There were 581,751 gallons of the Jack" routine, and a soft-shoe The two parades, at Sanford and
t ciation of Secondary Schools: and the city commission's appreciation trances to the Power Plant yard gas sold in November.Of dance to 'the music of "By the Kissimmee, in which the band participates
Colleges. Light of the Silvery Moon", playe i have met with fine re
and recognition: of ,his as a temporary measure to elimin- the gasoline tax collected,
eA.x i The accreditation status was many/years of service. ate 'some' of the traffic in and $44,175.11 went into the county'ssecondary < by the O.H.S. Band. ception. In fact, the managers a?
e 'granted by the association att a Com. Stanko moved that Farmer through the'yard at night. road fund; $4,329.24 was As for the main band perfor- well as the spectators of the San-

Y meeting at; Memphis, Tennesseeafler earmarked for use by the county mance, 'the group will go on the ford Christmas parade\. were so impressed
'; t' considered plans submitted commission, and $17,316.96 wentto field, to the music of the "Fight" that the band received an

by the local school board for cote the state liighway department.Smith's song; and then pick up the high- automatic invitation to participatein
'.Il OFFICERS INSTALLED -Thd newly elected officers of th*
4-H renting a number of shorteomnigs ChamberDire'ctors lights of ptevio# > s football game the parade again next year
County Council were lnstalJd"Saturday-fcight in ceremonies discovered by Florida 'representatives -
conducted by Mrs. Jess Thicker mayor They ,are left to right of the association at a meeting -
Joanne Roehrieh president; Dow Hudspeth, vice president; Peggy held at the High School here Manne Shows Funds .I

Acree, secretary; Lorraine Littlefield. treasurer; Mary .Ylehman, last May. Met On TuesdayAt New, '61 EvinrudesThe City Deposited
newa reporter; Judy Roehrich. song and recreation leader

(Photo by Cooper) new 1961 75 hp Starflite
At First Federal
manufactured by !
Reservations outboard motor
the meeting of the board ?f':II ,

4-H Council Officers directors of the Kissimmee Cham- Monday Is DeadlineFor Evinrude showroom is of now Smith on display To-the I Deposit of .$86,000 in the First*.
For Auto Taqs ber of Commerce Tuesday Charles
in the
performer Evin-
Lighting Contest day's top Federal Savings and Loan Associ-: Ends YearIn
Dixon, membership chairman reported rude line features :a 20 'amp Uni- ation here has been accomplishedby County

Installed Can Be Made that there were 7) paid Monday noon December 19th is charger that permits greater usageof the city in order to put reserve The BlackThe

SaturdayLeadership memberships to date.It the deadline to enter the city sponsored electronic equipment. account monies to work. county ended its last fiscal

.Reservations SOT automobile license was reported that the Florida Christmas Lighting Home Wally Smith, Jr, in pointingout Holders of Kissimmee bonds and year in the black, and tax collections
plates will be taken at the State Exhibit, scheduled to be held Decoration Contest. Residents of some of the features of the are good. *
awards were given Mrs. Bill Chitwoo also received Osceola County tax collectors office ; the greater Kissimmee area ,are new Starflite III stated that two 'revenue certificates require that These two bits of fiscal data

and officers were installed at A an award as project leader of beginning Thursday, December at New York City February 4-13, urged to enter their homes in the years ago the first outboard V- the city establish reserve accountsand were told to the county commissioners -

Christmas party meeting of the the Kissimmee Elementary Club 15, through December 30, has teen postponed until Januaryof contest There is no entry fee.. power was introduced by Evinrudeas keep them in 'an approved this week by Glenn Ray,

Osceola County 4-H Club Council W. E. Pound, tax, collector, said 1962. The possibility of Kissim- Practical, useful electrical appliances well as the first thermostat liquid form. Deposit in the First county clerk, and Ed Pound, tax
Saturday in the county agricultural for two years. .% Federal savings account is one of collector.
yesterday. ; mee and Osceola County having will be awarded to resi- control and automatic choke.
building-: Junior leaders who received a- There is a $1.00 charge for plate representation was discussed at dents of the area whose homes in Now Starflite III has introducedthe the ways of earning interest ou Pound said more than 65 percent
Making the leadership awards wares included: he said. these reserves 'instead of just letting of the taxes had been collected
reservations, length and will be followed at theopinion of a panel of impartial first perfected, fuel saving
was U. S. Chapman, vice president Joanne Roehrich, four years Regular license plate sales will up* judges, are the best decorated. application of fixed-jet carburea- them remain idle. and he had made the following

t of the First National Bank of Kis- Busy Beavers; Patricia Ann start on Tuesday, January 3 and a later date{ Thos desiring to enter should call tion. Teamed with this power City Manager Harold Farmer distributions:

simmee and the installing officer Spence, three-years Shingle Creek Pound suggests that new residentsof The advertising: committee reported or visit the Chamber of Commerce achievement is a new rectified AC said $36,000 comes from a reserve General Fund Total, $186

was.Miw: Jess Thacker, mayor. Cloverleafs; Carolyn Sackhoff, the county with 'outoftowntags that they were securing estimates office and leave their names and generator with pin point transi fund for the payment of in 512.55; already collected $129-

Chapman was assisted by Marilyn White Swans, Rose Henderson, l wait until the second week for replacing the Chamber address. The phone number to call torized regulation which delivers terest on and retirement of general 023.84. .
Dietrich home demonstrationagent sales before applying for plates is Tilden 6-3981. Judging will be County school Total, $'&14-
Toppers, and Linda Smith Toppers lof signs at the intersection highways twice the current and chargeseven obligation bonds; and $50,000
and James Smith, county two years each; Carolyn I so that his office can expidite issuing 530 and 27, replacing the done one night between December when the motor idles. Instant from reserve accounts set up- for 461.80; already collected, $28
agricultural agent.oJ Stevenson St. Cloub Cloverleafs, I of previously recorded iiI Kowboy Jake sign on West Vine 19th and December 23rd. key-turn starting and full gearshift the same purpose on sewer, electric 712.36.
More than 200 persons attendedthe Peggy Acree, Kowtown, Lorraine I censes. and repairing the Kowboy Jake Prizes to be awarded are now on control add to the. thrill ol and water revenue certifi- Flood control-Total, $77,753.07?
program which featured a Littlefield; Kowtown; Jeanette I sign South of Kissimmee.The display at City HalL 1st prize is a 40 mph speeds with its fin-slim cates. already collected 5378727.
cake-making "demonstration" b.y Sunbeam Mixmaster., completewith Fine and forfeiture-Total, $37-
Babb, Shingle Creek Cloverleaf merchants' solicitation committee Jetstream Drive.Disrlayed "The $36,000 is the. tax money
Acree Taxes Totaling 2nd Sunbeam 359.40 already collected, $25,844.-
Peggy and Lorraine Little- juicer. prize a ;
each. that in the with the new
one year requested futureit along which is to be used to,pay interest
:field. Their instructions on makin Other awards giren were as should be named the solicitation Electric blanket. 3rd prize a Philco motor are a variety of marine and principal on old general obli- 13.School
Dist. No. I Total $207.
table radio and 4th Sun- ,
an upside down cake were as up- prize a
$655,995.75 committee, deleting the word mer- supplies and gifts for the boatingfan. he "For ;
r gation bonds, explained.
side down as the name of the cake follows: also beam Steam & Dry Iron. 278.31; already collected, $143-
chants' They asked that so- Free coast guard inspectionwill an interest payment in March,
itself with their beating the eggs Achievements Alice Cotton and licitation notice cards be placed in be given at Smith's ,Marine we are holding out Almost $7,000., ,388.97.
Osceola bonds Total, $21,8.43.05already
on the tabble the cake CollectedA -
; greasing Peggy Acree, ; child development all establishments, whether they anytime. j The balance of the interest and collected, $17.185.
pan ,on the outside; and doing O'Dell are members of the Chamber or Order Of TakinqGranted ri
Jernig&n ad Brenda is dae September,
various other comic things In accordance Carolyn total of $655,995.75 in real not: r principal As to the county's winding $p
with the recipe. ; clothing, )Iary Johnson, estate and personal property taxes State RoadAn and we are putting this money the year in the black: Ray told the
Adults honored for their leadership Rose Marie Johnson, and Fay were collected during the month Approval was given for the es- order of taking was grantedto Three Kowboys Make into interest-bearing savings until board the following were the surplus -

in the 4-H Club included Mrs.J. Harrah; dairy, Sherry Campbell; of November, Osceola County tablishment of be a solicitation 'card the State Road Dept for rightof All Star TeamThe that time. amounts in various accounts:
I* Sweat of Deer Park who Tax Collector W. E. (Ed) Pound application to filled out by per way by Circuit Judge W. A. As to the $50,000 from the revenue General fund, 3398.36; fine and
has served for 14 years. Other dairy foods demonstration, Judy reported yesterday. sons desiring Chamber identification. .PattishalL Kissimmee Kowboys came certificate issues Farmer forfeiture, $23,416; road and bridge

adults and the years they served Roehrich; dress revue,' Paulette Of these monies, $430,101.33 b' He directed the state and countyto in for their share of honors at.the : explained, the authorizing resolu- 3778516.

were: Mrs. Iola Mann St. Cloud, Riggs, Nita Hunter, and Lorraine allocated to the school board, with The possibility of a new city deposit $49,239! with Glenn Ray, Ridge Conference coaches dinner tion for the issues requires that a Capital outlay and reserves, $4-
Clovers, five years; Mrs. S.: K. Littlefield; food preparation Faye $286,712 going into the general directory to be published in 1961 clerk of the court, pending the out- held last week, at Avon Park. reserve account be set up to insure '433.07; bond interest and sinking

Owen, White Swans: four years; Bumby, Judy Acree and Carolyn fond and $143,388.97 alloted to by R. L. Polk Co. of R_Richmond Va. come -fcf litigation Fourteen parcels Three of the local varsity' team the payment of principal and fund, $13,154.51.Fortune .

Mrs. Floyd Unzicker, two rears Sackhoff; frozen foods Sandra the special school district. was discussed are involved. members were named to the All interest. .

Busy Bees; Mrs. Lamar Mann, Jolley and Patty Spence; home economies Star team. They were Andy Mur- "It can't be used for any purpose Teller

one year St: Cloud Cloverleaf Carolyn Stevenson, Doris Blood Donor phy, junior tackle; Ed Murphy, other than to meet any deficiency -
Roehrich Day senior, guard; Bob Gehrett, senior, Arrested Here
and Mrs. Tom Bumby one year. Kempfer, and Joanne ; ," Farmer declared: "It allows
Bean Blossom. health Mary Viehman; home improvement Set For January 10, back. investment in Government Rachel Josephine Miller was arrested -
Terry Jeffers and The 1960 football championship by the sheriffs departmentlast
Ed Grissom chairman of the securities not exceeding 10 years
Linda Smith; public speaking, Kissimmee Reserve, Central Florida qF ; trophy was presented to Avon in maturity date"At week on a charge of operat-
Movie Menu Potter recreation Judy r Park by Byron Hileman, vice pres- fortune teller without
Kathryn ; Blood Bank announced this the present time, he said, ing as a a
ident of the conference. ,
Unzkker Charla Van wR license.
; safety week that the next Donor Day
there is'$35,000 in the sewer revenue
KISSrMVCB DRIVR IXTh Meter. is scheduled Tuesday January 10, certificate reserve. Known as Sister Josephine the
Members of the boys' 4-H Clubs 1:30 pin to 6 p-m. at the Kissim- woman said she did not know her
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-rm Fri D** 15-1 PresentedFor By December 1961, about $16-
believed she born in
'THE TIME MACHIESat. who received awards were: mee HospitaL 7 age, but was
PH. 17 All interested,citizens, especially ApprovalTwo 000( more will be available for Oklahoma and was an Indian. She
-TtRLAN 4 THR LOST SAFARI Achievement. Billy Kinner; beef the reserve funds in which there
TAHZAX'3 n(.IIT FOR WFK.a.a '"_ Raul Over- those who have received blood in operated three miles south of Kis
\ is total of about 87000. ,
"... ..... Dflo. 1MIS7erID the past are urged to call Mrs. 4 i subdivision: plats were submitted now a simmee.
street Dow Hudspeth and Bob
: APAKTMEVIFAB It has to be built up to $125,000 :
LOIS U,8&G%!*- Kinner Smith and Ruth Padgett at the County Health to the county commissionthis Sheriff Bob Buckets said in ord>r
dairy Larry
; he
U4. Tb.. D .. %1-::& within the next three years. ,
.HOVSK rm OF I'*SHKH" Oscar Simmons; entomology, Department, TIlden 62771. week for approvaL said for someone to get a license as a

Charles MacDonald:; and leadership Eddie Clemons asked tentative t. .... I. fortune teller, she must get a per-
Billy Kinner. Scovell Named approval of Unit 2 of Tropical \ i mit from the county commission
TEMPERATURESDATEi Park. The plat includes 20 acres, after having lived in the state
Officers installed by>> Mrs. Manager OfPompano and Clemons told the commissioners Building Permits I two years be a registered votr in
H L R Thacker were Joanne Roehrich. would be Total
teach engineering work $39,000 l the county and have the recommendation -
vice .
Wed. Dee..t:1. __ 17 53 president; Dow Hudspeth. zi. .y r done by William Johnston, who I. of at least five citizens.
Thur. Dec58. ,....:-- 73 U president;leggy Aeree Secretary; Bill Scovell., ,former city manager also is county engineer. Residential construction was responsible

Frt Dee.: 9 :..,._ 11 56 Lorraine Littlefield. treasurer; of Kissimmee i/as accepted a The other was addition No.1 for all but $1,300 of the Mr. and )(n. Tom Rightmire
Sat. Dee. 10 .:..:.- 15 IS e- Mary Viehman and Carolyn Sack similar position with the City of of Trail subdivision. The plat was construction reported here for plan to leave tomorrow for Panama
Sun. hoff, news reporters; Judy Reeh- Pompano Beach GIFTS FOR CHAT TAHOOCIIEE ::'"ton. Fred Conrad shown Murray November.
Dee.11.__....; 11 59 _. "': turned over to County Atty. City where they will visit their
Mel: Dee 12 ....--p.U at '.U rkh, )r.creationleader, Peggy Scovell: at.the tie of ,atelpl. above with a portion of the gifts collected by the .KissiameeWoman's Overstrtet Jr, and Johnston City Mgr. Harold Farmer said i daughter and son-in-law, the Terry
Tae Dee. IS .... ...._ .5,. 3Z Acree and Bill Ward state council lag his new position; was budget Cab for Uw patients at Outtahoochee for Christmas. for their approval before the com- building permits for the month Turners, and then on to Chattano-
delegates. director for Dade County. Mrs.*Art Lgsdaa was chairman of the,project. (Photo by Cooper) dlssion gives its approval. amounted to $39,000, oga, Tenn


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Page 2 Th H1mm. Gazette,_Thursday, DtcemUr? 15,-1960 AcxRisTTIJOIJGIflLOR rid\\ : Federal Tax nt ekess Shows Big Increase- :

Quartet ArrestedIn The federal tax "take in Florida Employment taxes gained' 47 percent

DiscussesTurnpike 'e ,, .jumped County ; five year from July .1955 to July compared with a drop m the com-

Series Of TheftsThe of this year, well over twfce the pArftbJ rational figure.
22 per cent rate of gain for the
i nation as a whole, the Florida "Excise taxes collected in the
Problems Osceola Sheriff's Depart- men had admitted to his detective State Chamber of ''Commerce state on beverages, tobacco .pro-

ment has announced the arrest of 23 sepante'offenses of larceny: brought but yesterday. doctJ and other 'lax dries came to

three men and a juvenile in connection in Osceola and Orange Counties "The total l paid by Floridians $81,012,000; estate taxes amounted
the session
rancher anda At morning Simpikonb
An Osceola whichnay
commissioner have warned the request for a road brought with a theft ring and 25 ,in Virginia, Pennsylvania, i into the federal till came to $1,375- to $45,443,000 and gift taxes to
i be involved in. as as
county commission the turnpike extension discussion as to right-of-way ac- rY 50 many and New York. Dest said he be- 761,000 during the fiscal year195941..Ina' i$3,961,000, all appreciably above*
cases. ideal l income ttxe, the 1SS5
figure ,
is coming and .hep'dbetter quisition. _The men were arrested by the lieved two others were involved. including old age and disability "During ,the five-year interval,
for it. Board Chairman Oren Brorvnsaid
get ready Kissimmee Police Department as Orange County officials are in- i insurance and employment taxes F1 rida's population increased 32
LeRoy Simpson, who ia asking it was not the policy of the thefts vestigating.Best .
they investigated a aeries Of amounted to$993,674,000, again of per cent, personal income was up
the commission for a road between commission serve-individual to buy homes.right-of-way to .' Y +,' a abr from cars parked at a bowling said one of the men told 57 per cent which ranked the state 52 per cent and retail safes gained

Hwy. 630 and U. S. Hwy. 4U.east alley. They were not implicated in of stealing 100 batteries out oi at the_top of all' large states in 45 per cent"
of Kissimmee, pointed out the turn- Simpson told him "I can bring these. various vehicles in one night rate of i increase. The" national gain
pike would cross it. 50 people here to the next" meetingwho According to Sheriff Bob Buckets I These, he! said*they sold for $1.10. was.31 per cent."Corporations. On an average day, some 100-
Later in the day-long county would be benefited. those held in connection with each. In another case, one of the in Florida .paidin 000,000 people ((12 years and over)
commission session, CommissionerJack But Brown stuck to his promise CkkI one grand and two petty larcenies men, according to'Best told of income and profits taxes read a daily newspaper. The daily
Robertson again brought cp that the county should not buy in Osceola County are John Ar- taking a battery from a tractor. 67<>,000, up 46 per cent, $250'-1 I newspaper comes closer to reach-
the* turnpike matter. It was again righ:of-way. Robertson pointedout : thur Byrd, Marion David Newman, When they were leaving the place, national figure was only ing all of an advertiser's customers -
during a discussion of another the city of St. Cloud had once j Carl Lawrence Newman and a their car got stuck -so they took above the five-year-ago figure. I than any other ad medium.
road, this one in the southeasternpart asked for the road, and Simpsonsaid juvenile.. the battery back to the tractor,
of the Bounty. I It would be connecting link with put it in, used the tractor to free

Later he said in an interview, between, two highways. the They theft have of several been charged batteries and their cu, and then took the bat-

he believed the county should now "If all those people out there various M. Errin tery out of the vehicle again.
tools from V.
be buying right-of-way and build- want that road, theycan make up
The stop
were originally
Eustis, who doing construction men
ing cross roads so when the turn- the difference between the sale
and ped bH Police Officer Wesley
is built the will be the r work near Narcoossee;
pike county not price and appraisal, Brown de
\ I Pratt who became suspicious of
& Son.
4 gasoline from Earl
cut in two. clared. And then he asked about
Police Chief Bob Best., of theKissimmee I them and brought them into thepolice
lie said he felt those through the fence along the proposed road. d pvi
r the ,station for questioning. ,
whose land the roads would be Simpaon-said those who are giving Department. said tbr
placed would to such an extent the land without charge expectto is.3h .
they should give the rightofway have their land fenced at county
but they probably won't. cost. Robertson finally suggested r Castro Helps Develope
A couple of months ago, County condemnation suit if necessary. a' c

engineer William Johnston warned .
the commission they should take Top three hones producing Christmas. will have a double meaning this year for movie star Rita Florida Sugar Industry r .
action to prevent the county from states in the U. S. are Minnesota, Gam. There'll be the usual l decorating and gift-baying; with .
being cut in two by the turnpike. California and Florida. Savings Bonds for family members. But the birthday of Christ -
should have ad4ed significance after completing her latest film Florida can thank Castro for one grow sugar on a commercial scale ryc
Q 4 4_ _4Q.Q4G1 "King of Kings." This story on the life of Christ is due thing. He has 'helped pave the and the United States Sugar Cor-
11 for release early next year. Meanwhile Rita is preparing to enrich way for the expansion! and develop- poration came into being and acquired
LARGE LOTS $10 DOWN her children's Christmas with,United' States Savings Bonds. Tve ment of the sugar industry in the mill and holdings of

always found Savings Bonds ideal gifts for Christmas," she says. Florida. At least acreage and the defunct Southern Sugar Cor-

$7 MONTH $595 TOTAL "And in the cue of m) two,children, they will hue a good supplyto quota restriction has been remov- poration. The group spent millionsof i
helpmeet their college expenses ,when they grow; uP." The 32ear4.1d ed and if the Federal governmentwill dollars in a program of rehabilitation -

actress has.aster Of stage, screen, and television give American producers asstiranee and expansion. : # ,
I High dry restricted. No one else in this her Lake former 'encountered -
since 'teens.Pedestriah that, .if. more. sugar is operators they fib. rN !S Tai b
close In fast growing built-up locality of- -- grown they will be protected in the problem after problem,
future'we can.look for substantial drainage, fire hazard, the soil
fers good lofs at these terms, prices and Injured County Seeks To developments in years ahead. of the Exerglades burns like peat

values. Lots when dry, tropical storms,..failure -
are selling fast. The history of sugar production
On HighwayThe Gain Right Of WayThe in Florida was a history of costly of one variety of cane after
GET A FREE TURKEY' FOR CHRISTMAS I experiments and monumental fail- another, disease, all took their tolL
Osceola sheriffs depart county has been granted a and enterprise These set backs only made Mott xeP=
WITH EACH LOT. ure until the faith,courage -
ment has reported the injuringof temporary injunction against two of one man made possiblethe ,more determined than evet to find

TROPICAL a pedestrian walking along old settlers who have blocked a promising .industry :we have 'the answer. He never lost faith. TARZAN AND THE LOST SAFARI starring Gordon Scott In the
PARK REAL'ESTATE U* S. Hwy. 92 north of here. roadway in the Narcoossee 'area. ,today, Mr. C. S. Mott of Flint, While grateful to the United States new Sol Lesser jungle drama will be shown for the first time in
frank Cpnklin, 76. of Newark, Circuit Judge W. A. Pattishall Mich. Department of Agriculture's Cane color at the, Kissimmee Drive In Theatre Saturday. Companion fea-

OPEN ANYTIME -- Eddie Clemens N.Y., was walking along the high Wednesday granted the writ on The dream of a sugar industry in Breeding Experiment Station for tore Saturday is "Tan an's Fight For. Life."

W* W' way when. he was struck by a request of County Atty. Murray Florida goes back to the days of their fine help, he felt it impara-
I car driven by Roland M. Murphy, Overstreet Jr. who represented the the English occupation of Florida.A tive'that the company establish its
Winter Park, according to the bounty commission in the matter. commercial sugar mill was established own laboratories. As a result new
sheriffs department. No charges i Named defendants were Mr. and at New 'Smyrna in 1767, cane varieties were developed that 3
were made by Florida Highway I Mrs Rufus Thomas.He conditions in the
f but the indutry was lost to the were bred to meet
/ TAFT VOLUNTEER Patrol Trooper Edward. Penning- said the county commission state when the little colony disbanded Everglades, knowledge was gainedin
x ton,who investigated.! was "unable to remove said obstructions and the mill fell into the control of disease. New

FIRE DEPARTMENT and maintain road with- ruins.. Ruins of other old cane types of strong resistant cane pro-
out the Use of force and violence"The
mills have been found at Port Or- duced bumper crops.
GRADUATe-THEN.FLY Wad cuts north and northwest -I ange, DeLand Springs and other Today the United States Sugar
from 15 to Lake!
near Hwy.
points, but little is known of their Corporation has achieved outstanding $frw i
Myrtle. According to the petition.
Presents success and its leadership
,- history or operation
for the the has
county Between 1850 and 1860 Major the field makes possible unlimited
U.S. AIR' FORCE maintained and kept it open forraoie Robert Gamble of Tallahassee, future expansion. J; S : _
OAS than 50 years. It is about 15
S :
.OTTyBIt Ask your local recruiter about your moved to Manatee county and erected 1 .
feet wide and northward from
ooaortunltiM Avt Uon..Cad.t, runs
a .an A 1 sugar mill but,the war between
VAR7eTYCIRCUS the tfacfc Brack plA e.Onrstreet the states-and fire put an Elks} To ..HoldChristmas "-f
-- pointed out the county
end to that enterprise. Next came
,.,\\ has no deed to the roadway but PartyOn
Captain R. E. Rose } planted
"the citizens and public of Osce
ola County Eav2 acquired a.right ltd acres of can ,near St. Cloud Wednesday evening. Decem-
of-way by prescription and bylaw and erected a mill. This propertywas ber 21st, from 5:30 to 7:30, the

in that they have continuously later purchased by Hamilton j Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. 1873
Disston but the operation was will hoW its annual Christmas
used the road" for 50 years. .
The commission alleged the Tho- closed down J following his deathin party for members and their wives
''have said 1896 Cubans bought the-property : with open house and the traditional House of Usher
mases encroached upon Moments before the collapse of the Madeline Usher
FRIDAY DECEMBER 16th right-of-way"} by plowing up and failed! in their operationsand champagne punch bowL Jim (Myrna Fahey) chokes her brother. Roderick (Vincent Price) in ascene
sold it to Mexican will be host of the
a group Flanagan the
discing tIp the road and by building from American International's Color and Cinemascope pro-
tAFT who dismantled\ the mill and movedit evening arid the ladie, under Jean USHER." in the film are Mark
COMMUNITY CENTER i a fence across:it. duction "HOUSE OF Co-starring
r By doing that, it was alleged, to Mexico.Reim Flanagan, will preside over the Damon and Harry Ellerbe. This will be shown at The Kissimmee
; residents and owners of propertyto drainage of the Exerglad- buffet of cocktail snacks and punch Drive In Theatre Wednesday, Thursday:. Dec. 2122.
TRAINED DOGS GOATS LIBERTT PONIES JIMMIE'SFEATURING B' the north were kept from reaching es got Ciiderway interest in sugar bowl tidbits. Special invitations .
growing revived. Numerous have out to all members and
i their homes and property.
attempts to establish the industry a capacity crowd is expected to at
PRETTY GIRLS AND MANY D10RE'ADULTS in danger, it was said are ..
Woody TynerAt
; where the followed. F..E. Bryant, G. T. Anderson tend.The KISSIMMEE DRIVEINTAMPA
Trig Hand at the some orange groves and their associates started regular steak night will be
$1.00 CHILDREN .75 fruit bas to be moved.
held December 22
operations west of Palm Beach, on Thursday; HIGHWAY
MUSICAL: BARTHYRs.FRL8ATURDAY null when one member will be presented -
with 4
operating a capacity
Attention .One price only. No bf 750 tons a day. I i with a special Christmas gift Adults SOc Children under 12 free

reserve seats will be sold fc p. m. to midnight WI &U"/Y tt5,5AVWt3g8GN06.RE3U.ARLY Then came B. G. Dahlberg, head from the Lodge. On Saturday even- SHOW STARTS 7:00 P.M.
December 24th there will be
of the Celotex Corporation, who ing, ,

.........-,....-..-..-..--.--.--.------ --- -- -- --- --- -- --- -- -- TC_ .! ,AQOOfI Company. The company acquiredthe ho Family Night and the Club will t
be THUR. FRI. SAT. DEC. 17
closed at hour. ,
> OVER aR !HBAO. Canal Point mill from Bryant an early -
and established headquarters at DEC. 15 16
BOWLING GIFTS. f Clcwisten. Dralnage'problems and
lack of knowledge of suitable varieties -
: .vS s bf cane for -the area along f4 dj CtIMISe '
Buy him or her something different .for | with Josses from diseased plants 9r a+ra ewe wren!

made the venture unprofitable and WtTROigtpNVNMATERractoarrsu
.s'. 1Itg
this Christmas r the company went' bankrupt in

I That w she C. S. Mott entered 1 AU
I the picture. Undaunted by e
NEWfIrt018R ,
For Ladies MenBOWLING .M.c.u
or y yI I.J the long history of failure and the ,- ; ,
staggering problems presented, e rnra
\ : Nf 1. e
\ Mott held fast to his faith In Florida .. Cocoa +

I If ; s. a ,potential producer of OS fiGHT FOR LIFE'
lags He" induced a number of tJIlGI.
substantial business associates -to j .Mfriocoiot'r.....

BALLS: j juin him in"another attempt to GORDON. SCOTT
yr- .. CVC WKNTJR. siacuso.cwsrw

L I. Only Nine More r 'S\ .MKMYN tnt CHCTA ,

1 r 2427'5': i 00 cartoon short subjects

'Till ChristmasINSTALL _
Shopping Days
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Bowling{ lags jj I SUN MON., TUE. DEC. 18-19-20

See Us For
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95 ''THE APARTMENT"Plus; ;

-- ( up .l $ cLaine "FABULOUS .
': I
S EIQES I : .,S and' .CELOTEX FrrJ MacMurray : .
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: ForToy Cn.Wre. .
.BUnks 69cBowling -

b : 695and. up Gomes .$2,05' ]j f : NEW in all patterns. 'WED... ., DEC. 21-22

$ For the do-il-yonrslf _
f t man
"I I heard her first feeble
we loan the staple gun. movements in the coffin
i Mir HIM ami HER SOME FUN .FO* 1961: : "
KORDITEHeavy had her !
4 o WE Gi1i ,..we put king[ in the tomb! -Poe

We have gift certificates bf dewernln tNOn safe "i s & H
any . on Heavy Polyethelene 1 e
duty roll'aSeetinL .. makes &.
M at the desk. They 4a n be used fo Tchase any oftbe; $5 eellent storm window roveriag. dG"'EEN ;=

above items or for /bowling! jeirisfcle\ \ anytime. \ 51'AMPSJ._

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Grand National Outboard Race TUNES UP TO TRY FOR NEW TITLES Officials Study "T: Bounty Officials The Klssfnunee Gazette Thursday, December 15, I960 Page 3.;

( Steel For Schools Face .Road Problems
Catholic Church Entertains KAST
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Scheduled For County Next Month A study in the use of ell-steel Qsceola County officials, troubled -
construction of school buildings is over road construction, have The meeting of the KissimmeeAll I club Christmas tournament will bar
decided better their States Tourist Club was open- 1 played December 20-21( with many:'
ir& officials they had place
being made by county .
selves mile ...
The Grand National Outboard with the six race
.here. ;problems before :Max Brewer, ed Tuesday night with the usual prizes to be given away. regular -
Marathon will be run on Lake X, I course. will beheld
half hour of community singing ice cream tournament
member the
south of St. Cloud, Jan 7, Claude Saturday, Jan 7th will be the School Supt. Bin Stevens said newly appointed Board from Dist.of. He led by Jay Ruffner with Mrs. Maud Friday at 1:30. '
State Road
he had been making
a cursorystudy
event-a six hour marathon
Banks, official of the sponsoring big or
Dunsmore the
at piano. Earl Ramsey and Bert Everett
will take office next month.
Tohopekaliga Yacht Club, revealed endurance race with more than 100 of the use of Stran-Steel
that Rev. Maurice Grigsby spoke placed second in the Chain-o-Lakes
yesterday. boats competing. Sunday, Jan 8, construction. He suggested that The Osceola officials feel
briefly "Like A Christmas." Amateur doubles held at Winter'Haven
Approximately 100 boats of all boats will have the opportunity to at least one school official participate their ideas and recommendationsas on
with establish record a. in an inspection: trip to to when and where roads Mrs. Maude Williams reported this week.
makes and sizes and powered try and a speed on 9
built have been that attendance has been good at Mr .and Mrs. Bodwell and Mr.
makes of outboard motorsare a kilometer course. 7 Charlotte, N. C. where the construction should be ignored.
many L the Saturday nteht dances and thata and Mrs. Lee were saluted for
expected to participate, More than $6,300 in prizes mon- : : has been used. And at least some of the officials
His discussion' of believe that the of the gala time igTbeing planned for their 53rd and 43rd anniversaries.
Actually there will be three daysof ey and trophies will be awarded to the possibleuse I quality
of steel construction followeda I roads built has not been good in $Jew Year's Eve. Father Holmes of the Holy Redeemer -
racing, all open, to the public.On winners of different evente.
Mrs. Lucy Hamlin reported 27 Catholic was pre--
Jan. 6 time trials will be conducted Lake X is the secret proving and board decision to table until its some eases. I '
tables at play Monday' night with sensed After a few words and also drivers will have experimental testing grounds of next meeting the problem of They are also not so sure thatSOO.OOO
?' r held the following he turned the over to I
high scores being by prograia
the opportunity to acquaint them- the Kiekhaefer Corp. 1 I school maintenance.It $ "borrowed" by the state
has been the : bridge, Louis! Smith; 500
had been suggested that two repaid: to county. mas
of All these the Mrs. T. W. Wiersnia; euchre, Mrs.
Kissimmee Beats the men working on the construction things caused
Kowboys Down off Kissimmee Highlands county commissioners Monday to Edwin Kraus; pinochle Harlan program presented by their church.
Holcomb canasta, Mrs. Lida Ket- Visiting and dancing closed a>
Mulberry, 3633Tom Frostproof B 33 School be partially assigned tc plan on giving complete details on chum. ; evening.
Wells sunk free throws in school maintenance work. Some ci what they feel is needed to the :
an overtime period to give Kissim Kissimmee. after trailing, 14-12. the board members questioned the new board member. She announced that the Christ- Birth Announcement
mee a 36-33 Ridge Conference victory at the half, hit a hot streak in the economy of such a move, ant County Attorney Murray Over- mas card party will be held December '
over Mulberry here Fridaynight. final half to nudge Frostproof, 38- Board Member One Lee Jr., said street Jr., said he felt it a very 19 with admission by mem- Mr\ and Mrs. Pat Lupfer an-
33, here Tuesday night. "I wonder if the principals: CaI'thandle good idea and' added "He's a bership. :Many prizes will be given nounce the birth of a 8 pound 3 or.
Wells fed ,all scorers with 15 Big gun for the winners was the maintena ce." rrince of a fellow"Commissioner and refreshments will be served. son, born Wednesday December14th
points while Gary Messer added 11 Tom Wells, who dumped in 15 Y # < Stephens told the board.all ,the Jack Robertson John McGillivray\ reported the at the Kissimmee Hospital.Mrs. .
for the winners. Kissimmee won points. Kissimmee also took the principals had reported need for said some sorry roads have been som Tournament will be played Lupfer is the former Brenda -

the B squad game, 3215. JV game 22.16.Frostproof ; maintenance* work and declared, I. built in Osceola County. Among this Wednesday and Thursday. The Duke. I
Mulberry ((33)); Hagar 5-1-11; ((33)); Grover 24-7; "We are getting behind on it." these he pointed to the second I
Curry 0-0-0; Mills 1-0-2; Deason Blackwelder -6; Rsom 2.0-4; The Board instructed Stephens section of the .Mormon Road running .' Only Nine MoreShopping
3-1-7; Weeks -4; Dixon 2-2- Pond 1-3-5; Littleford 2-7-11; to find out the cost of drillinga north from Deer Park, Michigan -
6; Jones 0-0-0; Echoles 1-1-3; Milton 0-0-0; Totals 113-33.( well to furnish water to the Ave. in St. Cloud,. and the 'Till Christmas
Duke 0-0-0; Totals: 14533. Kissimmee ((38)): Locke (0-0)-(0); new school. It was explained that Canoe Creek Road which, he said, Days
Kissimmee ((36)): Locke 1.4-6; Wilson 5-3-13; Haddock 2-0-4; the Kissimmee Highlands water "began breaking: up before it was
Wilson 0-2-2; Wells 4 7t,-15; Wells 4-7-15; Gehrett 0-0-0: plant was not now able to furnish finished." &Z X&&l'X JZi
Woodall 0.0-0; Gehrett 1.02; Messer 3-0-6; Freisner 0-0-0; sufficient water. .'
Messer 5-1-11; Dyer 0.0To(); Totals 141033.KISSIMMEE The
plant management had sug all knights
Merry Christmas to all to good
talc: 11-14-36. 4 8 12-38
14 gested a temporary tie-in to a County Presented
Miles from Brandon, Florida '
Gardens. Florida Little Jimmy -
.._ 4 6'' 7 15 1-33 Cypress :
Mulberry FROSTPROOF .._ 688 11-33 two-inch main, but said
Stephens ,
KUsimme .._.__. 4 11 11 6 3-36 is tuning up for the All American Water Ski Tournament being "There will be times Hospital Bills
held at Cypress Gardens December 16. 17. and 18. under the auspices that there
CD Office Calls For Hunting Violators of the F.W.s.F. and the A.W.S.A. Jimmy recently returned won't" enough pressure for the The county commissioners Monday I: KjflG5.m

Arrested Last WeekTwo from Acapulco where he took a first place in Jumping and a secondin heard the story of a Negro
Radio Amateurs Trick Riding too Slalom to gain the over all championship in the women, seriously ill, who finally
The Osceola County Civil Defense men, against whom chargesof Boy's. Division of tile International Tournament there Future Farm'ersBusy had to ask for help to pay hospital *
Office that all hog stealing are still pending in bills
requests even thougn she reportedly -
active radio amateurs contact the Circuit Court here, were arrestedfor With Projects has four hospitalizationand I n *
Civil Defense' Office at TIlden 6- violation of the hunting laws Employers Of TeenAgersShould medical policies.
last week along with two others.
6094 or Frank Woodall, W4DDW, They were told she had to be gg.f
at TIlden 6-6553 or TIlden 6-2171. Howard Otto is charged with The Kissimmee FFA is now enrolled taken to Orange Memorial for M

Major E- J. Smith, Civil' Defense hunting night The, killing other a from doe, and Ft Check With RulesEmployers ! of the greatest projects treatment and as of last Saturdaythe gifts for good grooming!

Director, plans to organize all the of the year. Each boy in FFA balance she owed was $1,475. ** ,
Hams in Osceola County for emer. Pierce also, is Edgar: Allen Holmes confronted by job- : :work as much as eight hours per has a garden at the Ag Farm. The Because she believed the insurance ,' $ ", .<,>; 'Ii\ :$c." <... .*&- '1rI
of huntingout
gency communications. against whom charges hunting teen-agers during .the day or 40 hours per week if the boys !have worked hard to have she carried would cover her i\ isr...
*"" 1If4 4" _. "!III_" of season and,trespassing were holiday season must be sute that work is scheduled between 7 a.m. their gardens ready Jor harvesting.Now expenses, she made no application (rI -- ',:,, 1t'

II GIVE LOTS FOR placed.Also accused of game law violations the work and the hours they are and 7 p-m that they're ready they're for help from the county. When .. }fe.t;: ; f: ';-I; 1 vi' vN

Robert Griffin and Rob- assigned conform with requirements "Since 16'years is tie minimum anxious to start selling. the request was made to the commissioners }= .
CHRISTMASPRESENTS ert L.were Hutchinson, according to of the Fair Labor StandardsAct age for general employment under Another project that the boysare they decided because: ... 1- -- mEn Jf.'X :\
Sheriff Bob Buckels. Sterling B. Williams, regional the Act, a wider,range of jobs is working on is the experimentof she had not made the request in '-.1,. }(! .
Griffin 'ps accused of huntingat director of the U. S. Labor open for older teen-agers", Winter Forage. The grasses areas advance they could only pick up { Nb ""' ,' 1
ONLY $10 DOWN night, killing a doe,' and trespassing Department's Wage and Hour and Williams added. Employers also listed: Coastal Wheat, Bledsoe the tab from Monday on. VJ .; ,." '\ .
$7M0.Eddie ; Hutchinson was charged Public Contracts Division, pointed. must guard against assigning Wheat, Florida Black Rye, Abruz- ,} _..u> ...
with hunting at night, killing a doe out here today. persons under 18 years to any of zie Rye, Gator Rye, Common Rye- individual items and sets .
Clemons deer and hunting out-of-season. "Federal law permits boys and the 15 occupants now listed as grass, Kentucky Ryegrass and Gulf Men ROYAL GOLD
TROPICAL PARK They were picked up by authorities girls as young as 14 to work ,as hazardous by the Labor Depart- Ryegrass. The seeds have been Kings $
broadcast. $175 to Q plus tax
have been in
in' St. Lucie County on war. sales: clerks and office employeesin ment. These include working as put
REAL ESTATEon rows and are as follows: KINGS MEN GIFTS FROM $1 TO $11 plus/ tax
rants issued through the Osceola business places engaged in com- an operator or helper on any motor OTHER .
in the of vehicle and elevatoror One row of- Feed Oats Northern
the trail at CarrollSt. Sheriffs Dept. merce or production operating an
Several months ago Masters and goods for commerce," Williams certain power-driven machinery.In Illinois Oats, Clintland Oat, Sem-
in Kissimmee. inole, Jloregrain\ Wild .
., Calf Oat,
Holmes were bound over to Circuit any case where State and
said.Such Coastal Wheat, Bledsoe Wheat
Open anytime day or Court. The state attorney did not work by 14and -15 year Federal child-labor laws differ Common Ryegrass. and SAVINGS
file any information in time to olds is not permitted at any time Williams said that employers are Three
of Gator
rows Gulf
: Rye,
night bring the case bciore the fall that schools in the area are in I required to observe the highet
(reseeding) Ryegrass and six
Get a FREECHRISTMAS'TURK term of court.President session. On these days working I standards. Employers and parentsare one
foot of
row Irradiated (cobolt
time must be limited to three, invited to obtain further infor 601 114 ROADWAY'PH.. TI b-7621
: Clintland Oats. ,
Yj of the Florida Restu'l hours per day and 18'hours per matiqn from the Wage-Hour Divi- Another project is the -- KiY
wjtheachlot. g rant' Association is week. When schools close: for : sion's regional office at 1401 South seed.
II'I a I Marks of Pensacola. vacation, the boys and girls may I 20th Street, Birmingham, Ala. 7-

I I I Kissimmee -

ANNOUNCING A NEW SERVICE Livestock ,' .. +.>-,":. ,,,",-,,',, ,. ." -,,?:: '\' ., ?' -, '" .

Market\ Report Gift Suggestions for the


At the Kissimmee Livestock boater from Kiss'.mmee's
Market, Wednesday 682 cattle and I
! calves were sold compared to 614

BUD Ie .JOHN'S'GULF a week Slaughter ago. 'Steers, heifers and oldest dealer in .

bulls too poorly tested for trend cows fully 50c higher with spots
$1.00 higher and calves 10032.00()(
higher. Stocker steers and cows EVINRUDECome
I about steady, heifers too few for -
test and calves strong. About 62
percent went to packers and calves
made 59 of the sale. ..
up percent -
STATIONCorner Standard and Good slaughter in and See the New 1961
: '
steers $23.00-$25.00 Cutter and
Few Utility 13.75-17.75 Canner :
10501150. Two Utility Yearling Evinrude Motors Now in our showroom

slaughter heifers 15751675.
Utility, slaughter cows 15.50-
of Main and Vine
18.00, Cutter 130016.00 Canner 75 hp STARFLITE

10001425. Cutter bulls 13.75- now with 20 amp ...
15.75, one Utility 19.00. Good '. '
slaughter calves 20.50-24.75,Standard UNI CHARGER somas

18.00-21.00, Utility 150018.50, -,
Cull 11.00-16.50.. compact, low friction aluminum ;
Few good stocker steers 18.501 V-4 engine floated on rubber _.

19.50, Medium 15501775. Common mounts, sound sealed\ newrectified_ ',
14.00-16.75. Inferior and Com-
AC generator, delivers twice the ,..
'. mon heifers 10.5013.75.Few '
Common stocker cows 14.00- current, instant key-turn starting.

AND 14.75, Inferior 10001425. Good 40-mph speeds, full gearshift con- '
stocker calves 250 lbs. 18.75-
: over troL
)':: 21.75, Medium 17.75-20.00, Common
15.00-18.00 Medium under 250

/ lbs. 200021.50, Common 15.00- Giftldea..BOAY'CUSHIONS 3.85
20.00, Inferior 11001500.>

Jerry A. Jams

Now In California: WATER SKIS $13.95and up

+ Jerry A. James, gunner's mate ,
first class, USN, son of Mrs.
: FOR HOME DELIVERY Velma I. James of 900 Forest SL,

Kissimmee, end husband of the ..
former Miss Ruth.7. Huff of Orange Complete with 2 cans fuel
l Park. returned ', to Long
Beach, Calif., Nov. 16 aboard the Self contained needs no electricity.
: .1 Accurate Printed Meter :Tickets 1 radar picket destroyer USS Ernest

G. Small following a six-month .COMPLETE STOCK OF MARINE SUPPLIES
cruise in the Western Pacific.
The Small visited Hawaii Midway -


and Seventh1 Hong' Fleet.Kong as a unit of the

Clean Burning Economical FuelT16' The destroyer's primary purposeis :
radar detection of aircraft or SMITH'SMARINE

ballistic missile, but also conducts
anti-submarine warfare and carrier

PROMPT DELIVERY defense luaneuver ... SA1.b9P.1I.

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Page 4 : Th EJM mmeg GauttG' ,.Deumher lS,.I960 r Ellis Bring Gifts To Crippled- Children -- 1 _: r .
:. dbr, N is t LL US. SHORT _. i : 'Only We Merer" ; ;.
-- It weekend, Kissimmee Elks Christmas tree will be held at the
''mE : 1 A Lodge f.l 0. 1873 went to the crippled -:''I Home on Christmas Day, when the I .Shopping Days 'Till Christmas : .: _
c children of he Harry-Anna gifts will be distributed to the pa-
KISS BIEE GAZETTEA a Home at Umatilla%and brought two tients. The Harry-Anna Home at
.I... H* term Newgq.r Od1R car-loads of Christmas gifts for Umatilla is owned and operated by
&; ACM 111un the fifty-fire residents of thje the Florida State Elks Associationand 1.
M4W (I) Offices: 24-26 Stewart Are. SCANDAL IS Home who will have to spend takes care of about seventy- NEW FALL WEIGHT
0 0 Telephone. TTlden 7-2881 I wE DONtUAVEENOC6H c Christmas there. Jim Flanagan, five children who are convalescing I

C .tllto .. Ralph Rodgers Sr.. Bodo Kirchhoff from polio and similar crippling I BLENRON'SUITS
Entered i s.eoD4 C1a'a' Wail Matter
< inflictions.
,101 ta the Poet Office at xt..U me.. FU. S and Paul Smith-of C* local Lodge
were greeted at the Home by its tailored by Palm Beach Co.

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Things are going to be different,come January 20th For one thing, SiM1.l.ER GIVE KODAK GIFTS ,
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three services and the Marine Band and a Presidential greeting at the .
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planned, Mr. Kennedy will plod doggedly through the center, still Most of the dire predictions of may have been: on the bitter side completely stocked with .
convinced he can gain the necessary yardage. By the second half-that what would happen to the Country before the election are now being
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footing may permit a more spectacular game, and in any case the seem to have been forgotten already tor Kennedy's well wishers and PONY nComera ment for everyone on
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pier i:* of the four major welfare measures that hate been gatheringdust People want him to do a good job. spring up over night. A Michigan outfit 39.95 day -
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Security, Federal aid for school building and teachers' salaries, a higher satisfaction on the closeness ing and under Eisenhower we,had ,.", .. #. -.t' : #- i t ; p'oi' {t a
,iohrimura wage for more people and Government rescue for depressed of the race. They hated to lose, eight years of,golf and now I ()n-(]j'11', mt'IJ"-- ': ('6 : < -L"'IL.'. .
areas. But do not expect a new firm program this year, or panaceasfor but like having their Alma Mater suppose we can expect eight years Jr.: -- -_' '_ ',-. : te. b."f.uIJ O!; ,IJIS .
inflation or our unfavorable trade balance or even the long-promised lose a football game, the pain was of bingo"Some #
coup-de-grace for the Taft:: Hartley Act. lessened somewhat by the narrow of this good feeling mightbe
Despite the new policy of "deliberate speed" however, Mr. Kennedy margin of the score. a little more than relief after automatic' 1I10B
will be the most feverishly busy President: we have had in many People appeared pleased with the the strain of the election. Even exposure -_ 1--
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Managing Editor of Modern Veterinary Practice, quotes the irrepressible Toledo told us: "I think you can that these people don't like.
and free-wheeling Charles H. Brewer, president of Batten, Barton, expect to see a lot of midnight oil Even so, at this point, he is be-
Durstine a Otborm: burning in the White House dur, ing given the benefit of the doubt. USE OURLAYAWAY GIFTS TO CAPTURE
ing the next four years. I have An hour's discussion about him and
"Has there been a paper delivered in the last 20 years, asks Mr.
Brower, of the readers of Advertisers' Digest "dealing with non-neu always been a grea.t" admirer of the general\ outlook, among a CLUB THE MAGIC OF ". ,.
President Eisenhower but roomful' of Republicans in Michigan '
rotics,non-alcohoiics,non-delinquenta.or non-screwballs Has any gnatfoundation some 5 .cM. a
offered a grant to promotf the study of'the' simple, corny, how I begin to get the impressionthat could be summed up this way: PLAN tit| 114 BROADWAY PH. TI 4 2621 CHRISTMAS
honest God-fearing American? Vet even the'breeders of animals know he didn't work at the job as "He is bound to make mistakes .$
better than this. Nobody tries to develop winning race horses by study. much as he should have. I think everybody does. You can't do
lag the losers. Nobody even develops prize pigs by studying the runts.i he left, too, much of the work to things without making mistakes.
We have taken the good guy for granted for so long in this country that. his subordinates. Senator Kennedy At least he'll be doing something.
we know nothing whatever about him." I won't do that. Maybe we need a And from the way things look -
As you can plainly see, neither Mr. Joiner nor Mr. Brower is asociologist. young man inthere., I'm sure he's hell be making his own decisions.I
Who's impressed with normalcy? going to work at it." He'll be running that office -not,
This man had a glint in his eye a lot of assistants. People will "
when he added: "Of course he will know he is the President and nobody :
': have td work. He's got to show else and if we don' like WE'VRCOMEALONG : :'
HOF.FA'S IN TROUBLE the Country what be can do. In what he does, he will get the full S : :; .
order to get things done hell be blame. And he can take it." 1' .
FOR TOUGH JIMMY HOFFA, the boss of the millionandahalfMember I : "j' .'"
We think tne attitude of the
\ working from morning to night. : ;
: Teamsters' Union, things are not so good. A Federal grand ; ''' : ': : ; #!).,.
is in form. We
Because, if he doesn't do a good Country top are WAY SINCE THE : :
jury in Orlando, Fla. has returned an indictment against him and two I '
job,he won't be there next time- willing to back the as ;
others charging the misuse half of '
of over a million dollars union ,: <
will be able to long as he performs like a champion.
we Republicans i" t, aS
in Florida '
money a estate promotion: If he should be convicted, he \ t .
could be put out of circulation for as much as five years and fined throw him out." .. .', ..' ;:. 'g' r..
$1,000 each on as many as 12 counts. And this unpleasantness followson # \_ STONE AGE i ; I :.w S. ,
the heels of the dismal failure of his all-out effort in the election ." '
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campaign to defeat 56 Congressmen who voted. for' the Landrum-Griffia ( .
Bin. Only one was beaten... \ : Too Late To Classify P
Perhaps his long-loyal truckers are ,beginning y .to mistrust his ,-
motives? r'. .

* : ;! RUSSELL, (Bt PAPPY) KAY And today, with competition so keen \\\S'\ ?'_ _

FLORIDA'S THREE SUNS in! all fields, first impressions are very '_'

Castro followers, both, here and io expand. its sugar industry even '
l around the world, might come to when we were willing to compete i important t, whether it be in distinctive -
ri their senses if they would take with Cuba inspite of its favored -
time out from their screaming, subsidy. letterheads business forms
( V U X' yelling and shooting long enoughto Goodwill toward Cuba on the or astheir .

ponder over a few figures recently part of the American people was :
released by the Departmentof never greater than when Castro appeal to the eye of prospective customers maybe : the,. key to
Commerce. took over. A large percentage of :, .

What is this Yankee Imperialism the American people sympathizedwith future sales. 4 '.'.. '.
aggression and exploitationthat his Revolution and gave it .'.- .-V 3 "
Mr. Castro screams;, about? their blessing, feeling that Castrowas r
i In 1957 U.s. firms spent nearly sincere, would keep his promises -

v $300-million materials and for supplies the purchase In Cuba.of people and aid his country and his The addition of an Art Department to our facilities makes it possiblefor _

Paid out $170-ni lhion to Cuban Each year the number; of American
workers in wages and salaries. tourists visiting Cuba 'increased you to obtain personalized and distinctive designs and lay-outs for _
Paid Cuba fTO-million in taxes. and American tourist dollars

Cubans.Care employment to 160,000 the.tune poured of many into that millions country giving to all of your needs in the-printing line, such as

Returns on this tremendous investment increased Income and employment .. '
,: netted these companies to thousands of Cubans whose in- p
: less than five percent. Who were come flourished on tourist dollars __ LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS :,.
these! capitalists that Castro charg- to hotels, restaurants, motels, : : .
ts raped Cuba and wrecked the transportation interests, shapkeep- ':' -
? ers and countless local industries. ENVELOPES WEDDING INVITATIONS'r.

economy They were American investors, Foreign investments provided i, ..... ", -.- ,-.. -. _

nearly fir million of them, farm savings, skills and managerial J .
ers, doctors, school leathers, widows leadership which were essential for : BUSINESS FORMSBROCHURES :', TICKETS .E i f K
,bus drivers. People from all the economic development of Cuba, -
walks of life who were stockholders just as in the last century,foreign .. HANDBILLS .. ._ / --
in the corporations that invested capital played an important role in .. :_.
hundreds of millions in Cuba. the economic development of the -. '"-'.
.G 4Q4.444 << 4 These humble stockholders ""im United States. NETS1ET1'ERS : POST CARDS : > :'
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perahsts"realised*very small return Instead of the promised freedom S .
FREE CHRISTMAS; TURKEY investments.In some -. .. ..., '
on Cuba and expanded economy Castro so ( $Z ." !' tl ? .J'. ,
Instances few than three percent. glibly promised Cuba is now a l : .i".t ,: > ',:- Free Estimates ;.J,

To everyone buying a 1 tot NOW or BEFORE These are the people the whisk- police state, dominated by Com :'f '' ." -.', .' iJ ':> A
erfaced brigand robbed when he munists. Her tourists if they maybe .
.;; '
CHRISTMAS DAY IN TROPICAL PARK took over 92 percent of American called such, are now Russians ,
properties in Cuba. loss Chinese, Cecbos1on.1daDs. who -
to date is estimated at $70-miHion lave come to take1 over '

office at Carroll St. on Orange Btessm Trail or 92 percen. of all American property The white star of hope that promised -. TheKISSIMMEE
In Cab so much two years ago has GAZETTEDSincimil:

!in Kissimmee. Eddie demons, TI 7-2380 For years the United States government turned t td blood red. Fear and haUl ,> '., ,
I has paid Cuba X premium Late marched ia to stifle the 1 peaee; ." ; ', '
TROPICAL PARK REAL ESTATE I price! for sugar and protected this and freedom the people of Cub I 'd. :_ '_: :' *!.
bland industry by sharply limitingthe want and desert -' .. : ,' .. : *. :: w '-*!"

WELCOME:: : Open or rit.$ Ii sugar amount growers of could sugar grow American and The ifnjversftt of Florida School 24, Stfewart- ? y e"7.. -' ./" ?,. ..Phprie.TI 7-2881
selL Florida particularly has felt of:Forestry: marked ItS 25th an- ,
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. ._Q 4 G44 M the pinch in not.being permitted rJd sari in 1ti60.

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'The Kissimmee GantU, Thursday, December IE, 1960, Page !9
.. MARRIED SATURDAY New Officers Of C0 Methodist Church s

I' . ': Auxiliary Installed Schedule AnnouncedServices

f The Kissimmee FlotiUa of the at the First Methodist Parents Asked To

tlikJd Coast Guard Auxiliary held a.Dinner Church begin with Church Schoolat
' t and Christmas party at the 9:45 a-m. and there are classes

Al Tropical Hotel on Wednesday 7 for all ages, including a nursery
'l 4 Dee 1960. Gifts were exchanged for infants and small children. The: HelpatYouthCenter }
T -II for all the ladies and members morning' worship service starts at!'

By BElTT EBY present. 11 o'clock: with Rev John,A.,Briley.
E. T. 'Boone' Schweikart actingin ringing' the message. The-anthem. Parents are being asked to participate -A

his .capacity as Division Staff "Come to My Heart, Lord Jesus" more in the operation of Jehovah's Witnesses
.. Officer installed the new officers. by Ambrose will 'be presented by the Kissimmee Youth Center.

The new commander of the Kis- Mr. Stanley Anthony and the The city commission last week Activities Listed
J I. I immee Flotilla is J. Paxton Hill Chancel Choir. authorized City Manager Harold

On the sick list this week -. I Mrs. Margaret Doherty has sold and A. C. 'Archie' Conner will On Sunday evening, the Youth Farmer to establish a youth council Friday, December 16, 7:30 pjn.:
at the OBceoIa Hospital, Ellen her home on Neptune Road and ex- serve as the Vice Commander for Fellowship will meet for supper at advisory board to assist Art Ministry school talks on "Organiz-

Knapp, Stella Gilbert, Jpseph Englander pects to spend thg,next few monthsat the coming year, and W. 'Wally 6* followed by a special Christmas Dyer, youth director. lag New Congregations", "What
John Lord, Jeff King MeSa Arizona. Smith is the new Flotilla Training program at 6:30: in the educational The idea was submitted by Visible Happenings Make Up the
Alma ,Henry William i Fernnes, officer. buildi 1g. Farmer after consultation with : Sign of Christ's Presence" "Jesus-
Joseph Claycomb, Thomas Kent, Edgar Livingston, who had been Na The Chancel Choir will present Dyer. Chief Work on the Farth was to
Alice Nelms, Veronica Fisher, J. C. visiting here with-his brother John, .b p their Christmas Cantata Sunday Farmer said, Considering the Teach the Truth About His Father"

Polf, Jessie Smith Dorothy Day, home left last at week to Ind.returnto his American Legion To evening at 7:30 in the sanctuary. talk which has been going around and Bible reading j of Psalm

Ruth Deal, Jasper McCann: Roxie Bruceville Aid Basket DriveThe I t will be under the direction of on the street and which has been 148:1. to 150:6.
Bulgur Maude Long. Shirley :Flossie Ralston, a. former resident Mrs. E. M. Jones and is open to brought to the city commission Sunday, December 18 3 p.m.

Lanier, Sarah Doughty, Bessie wrote last week from Rush- s American Legion Post No. the public with no charge for admission concerning the conduct of the public lecture "Spiritual. Famine in
Time One of the
of.: Plenty"
Newton, Sarah Kamm. l 6 and Auxiliary members win cooperate youth at the Youth Center and i in a
vflle,Ohio that she is feeling much to be answered is WhereI;
On afternoon at 3 the questions
. At the Kissimmee Hospital, Rod with other organizations Monday light of our concern over the situa
ney Woffard, Darlene Watkins, better, though still crippled. Her to provide Christmas baskets for Woman's Society of Christian Service tion, I would like the commissionto Is spiritual plenty to be found!
McPherson address is Box 116 Rushville for Ul children. will meet in the educational The subject of the Watchtower
Henry Bronson,. Nellie needy give consideration to the appointment
t Nora Cornell, Virginia Coalter, those who would care to write her. Neil Shelhorn, commander, has building. A Special Christmas program .. of an advisory committee study and discussion at 4:15 p.m.
Willie Hartzog, Mary Bloomfield, s appointed Wendall Ketchum chairman wiU be presented by the to study the situation and is: "Upholding the Honorableness
C. C. Batton,.Jean Shannon Eloise (Eddie Clemons has returned for the Legion and has provided youth of the church. Following the make recommendations on improving of Marriage". One of the scrip.iThessalonlans :
McClain, Winnie Barber, Evelyn from a two weeks business trip to t" 6.basket with an appropriate program, refreshments will be served the program, operation and tunes for consideration win what be
4:3-5 "This is
Lawson,. Frank Conk in, J. W. Detroit i Michigan.: 5 placard prominently displayed at in the bungalow with the Mary all phases of Youth Center activity : of
Standridge, Edward Hist. x the Winn-Dixie, A&P, Ketchums I Clark Circle as hostesses. A speial f God wills, the santifying you,
Mrs. Benjamin Knapp underwent and the IGA.Working party/ for the youth who participate that you abstain from fornication; ,
this week at the Osceola I "This advisory committee should that each of should know '
Elnora Woodward will spend surgery with Ketchum on. the in the program will be held interested one you
consist of number of
Atlanta with relatives. Hospital In the Men's Bible Class with a how to get possession of his own
the holidays at committee is W. W. Parker, Fur- room parents whose youth would be directly "
vessel in sanctification and honor,
Mrs. Owen Godwin is spendinga man Ftrtin, George Lewis and Don Its.; Henry Simmons and Mrs. Art affected by the operationof sexual appetite'Y
Brown. Logsdon as hostesses.The not in covetous
Among the out of towners attending couple of weeks in California Carol Choir will rehearse on the Youth Center and who such as also those nations have
the funeral of Mrs. W. C. visiting her daughter and son-in-: .Tuesday afternoon at 4:40. would be willing to give of their which dd not know God."

Bus were her neices Blanche Rains law, Mary Lou and Melvin Gentry OGCA Slates ,Special On Wednesday evening, December << time and efforts to observe the Wednesday, December 21, 8 p.m :
and Lena Miller of Sarasota, her and her hew little grandson who Meeting Monday > 21st, a Nativity Pageant will situation and the operation and Bible book study in the Bible aid,
grandchildren, Laura Burris and study the matter to make intelligent "Your Will Be Done On Earth".
was born Thanksgiving Day. ?, r'' President James C. MacGowan be presented in the sanctuary at
Walter C. Bass of Orlando, C. W. : 4 r A 7 Adults as well as childrenare and well-founded recommendations The congregation of Jehovah's
of the Gardens Civic Association
Cdntrill Phillip Rosenberg, Mr. On the birthday calendar' this Orange in the cast Including the Youth ." Witnesses, Ocean Street, Kissimmee
and Mrs. Louis Bas, Mrs. Jack week are Bobby Barrette, Edward : has called special meeting ChoIr and Children's Choirs. Farmer pointed on. that a num- invites the nubile to attend.
Gar- Leon Fennell, Mary Lasseter, Mrs. of the association to be held ber of have expressed
Bumby, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil MRS. JAMES Y. DORMINY The Chancel Choir rehearses on parents
bett, Wadley Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Glass, Ed Black, Roy Alder Monday, December 19, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at 7:30 pan. concern: over the conduct of the Florida leads in commercial pro ..
Sheldon Johnson and Irene Ingram man, Rose Bullock: Ray Cody, Jim for the purpose of discussing status Youth Center and an interest. in duetion of gladiolus, followed fry .
Plowden of Orlando and Mrs. Mar Barker, Leona Dutton, Hewen Las- and disposal of recreation lots the Youth Center. Illinois.
tha Tucker of St. Cloud. actor; Elizabeth McConnell Buddy Ellen Glass r n sections 1 and 2 of Orange Gar- Baptist Church Ho said Dyet "is heartily in agreement .
Dawkins, Haley Duke Harold Mary Isns.; with the suggestion."
T/Sgt ad Mrs. Ralph S. Bell Woodall, Melba Tregre, Nelda Tar- The Association will produce a 1 Topics: Announced Discussing the proposition, Commissioner r--.r" sfi :
and children, Christie Tommy and cal, Mrs. H. B. Jones, Ruth Beers, Christmas entertainment for adultson Mike Stanko declared, :
Connie, plan to aperuf the holidays Kathaleen Greer, Linda Rogers, Weds James'DorminyI Thursday, December 22, from The meaning of Christmas will "It's better down mere than it
with Mrs. Bell's' parents. Mr. and Charles Sabetto. be the theme in most of the church
Johnson Mary 1 f to, 9 pjn., with gift exchange.A was. We aren't having the troublewe
Mrs Tommy Lee. They have just Beat wishes to each of you. I .., Christmas party for childrenwill meetings for the next two weeks were having."
returned from tour of duty in to leaders of the Firs!
a according
Southern Spain and will be stationed Grace Makinson flew to Tallahassee -I The First Christian Church was ''to act as his best man and usher be held on Friday, December Baptist Church. The subject of Farmer said he would appeal to
23, from 2:30 to 4 for 'resi- all interested to call him
attend FEA Board the wedding were Buddy.Glass and p.m. parents
at MacDill AFB. to an the setting for ceremony groomsmen; the sermon at 11 aon. Sunday as 9SHOPPING
meeting' Monday.Mr. Saturday night which uhited I David Glass, brothers of the bride. lent and visiting children from announced by the pastor will be in connection with serving on the I.

Mrs. Jessie Bacharach will leave in marriage Miss Mary Ellen : Mrs. Glass, the bride's mother, pre-school through high school "How to Put Christ in Christmas". committee.
Monday to spend the holidays at and Mrs. Clarence McDonaldof Glass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.R. I wore a blue suit with which she iges. Mrs. David Burchfield and At there
7:30 service
Ft. Denning, Ga. with her son, CoL Orange Gardens were called to E. Glass, and James Franklin wore a pink carnation corsage. Mrs. Larry Gross -are arrangingthe will the be p.m.of inspirat' by Students Tour Jail -
Gustav Bacharach and family. The Clinton, Iowa last weekend by the Dorminy, son of !{r. and. .. Mrs. L. I :Mrs Dorminy wore a navy blue party. leaders messages the DAYS ..
death of .Mrs. McDonald's mother. two among young people County Offices .
down this weekend
Xtol is driving J. Dorminy. 'dress with a white carnation cor and Carol .TIL CHRISTMAS
Earl Baughman
and his mother will return with Miss Clarice Tucker will leave Rev. Jimmy Cox officiated. sage.A. Christmas PageantTo Anne Dawkins. Nearly 100''seventh and eighth IIIW'*'. ...tltil'.,.....
graders under the'instruction oi
tomorrow afternoon for Nashville, Given in marriage by her father, reception was held immediately Be PresentedA Sunday school will meet at 9:45
him.Mr. J. D. Miller
and Mrs.. W. R. McClamrock Tenn. where she will spend the the bride wore a ballerina length following the ceremony in the entitled, "0 a.m. and Training Union at 6:15 I High toured the of Osceola jail Junior and BLANKETS SOFT,
of the church. Nativity Pageant county
of white Chantilly lace over educational building
holidays with friends and relatives. Wednesday
Craw- gown The -
arrived last Friday from p.m. only meeting
white net. She 'Mrs. Eunice Tindall cut the xed- Come To Us" will be presented at court house recently.Of .
1'ordsviUelnd. to spend the winter satin and a veil of night will be Prayer Meeting FLUFFY,LIKE HEW! .
Brian Mickler, student at Georgii : carried a white Bible topped with ding cake and Mrs. Florence Chit- the First Methodist Church on special interest to the young .
season here. Tech, is spending the Christmas carnations and satin streamers. wood served the punch. The bride's Wednesday, December 21st, at 7 at 8 p.m.Church. people were the fingerprint methods a sa .. .IJ tt4 Ifni iv

Frank Lfvermbre left last week. holidays here with his mother, Her only ornaments were a pearl book was kept by Betty AnnO'Hearn p.m. It will be directed by Mrs. and radio communications used ..

end for Southern Pines, N C. Daisy Mickler and his sisters. necklace and earrings, a gift of sister of the bride. Joyce Starling and Mrs. Stanley Of Christ by the sheriffs department. t
the After a wedding trip to the A'nthony. Adults as well es children They also inspected the cellblocks M
groom. al will be in the cast. The ChilIren's Schedule ToldThe : kitchen and office of the ,
will be
Mrs. Cora troupe served as East coast,. the couple SAA'
:--- -_ ... .;.: r "'-'U.i. matron of, honor for the bridjg, and home at Columbus, Georgia where Choirs will be directed by department. -* Rr cf a A'lA'G -
Mrs. Donald Jones and the Youth Kissimmee Church of Chris
bi-fJesmaid the is th the The group toured th; various .-
stationed our
Jeddie Dorminy groom
j GonzalesOrange Hi. Choir will be led by Mrs. Harold l located one mile out on Old Dixie departments of J. GE15 .
The. chose Tony S. Army at Fort Banning county govern
groom Farmer. Mrs. Harold Hall will be Highway 527, at ,the corner of
; 1 ment in the court house. This Included
don; ,
C holiday 'r ...
: the accompanist. The program is Jackson SL, extends an invitationat the health department, tax "
Class to the public and there is no eachtaf the following services
1 Garden Plans 4-H Clothing open ; 'offices and county clerk's office. NORRIS "
T. G. LEE'S charge for admission. Thursday evening at 7:30' a one The student's field i trip partof
: was
ylJ Children's Party To Meet SaturdayThe Following the pageant there wile hour song service. their social: studies course.Buy CLEANERSN
0' \ > refreshments in the bungalowand Each Lord's Day t Sunday])
i The Orange Gardens Community 4-U Clothing Class. ,will the small children will be visit morning there are Bible study]
egg Civic Assn. will play host to the meet 'Saturday, December 17 at ed by Santa Claus.Presbyterian. classes for all ages at 10:00 A.M beef by official U.S, grade Kissimmre's FinestPHONE
: nogf children in the Gardens at.. [ 1:30 in the Home Economics zoom Morning Worship with Communionat In some outlets the highest price
: TI 6-5951:)
Osceola School. cut-if not marked by official
Christmas party 2<3 to 4 p.m.. at High Church 11:00.
23. This is the first grade-may be other than top
December i03 E. Dakin
/ Th.r..s h..aitality i. ..v.rr.Id..tdru Each Sunday afternoon at 1:00( .
/Ir'r' .! T. O. LWt.M- time the association will sponsor Baptist BusinessWomen Activities ListedThe to> 1:30 see and hear the Church of: quality.

I// Ale.H.1 ... It" i i. r c'". two parties, one for adults on December Chancel Choir meets Thursday Christ program "The Herald Of .11'<< *'ai'"f! "1i;'.,\ 1t.. '- Ii f f#". 'JIll".II'*"" ...
f /I ; / X\\ -.i 22 and then the children'sparty Hold PartyMrs. 7:45 at the Church for Truth" T.V. station WLOF
I 1 .. .4e1ic .. ..a..... tdl the following afternoon. Tom Addison was hostess rehearsaLThe" p.m. channel over 9.. t WE DO NOT SELL OUR LOTS 1 ,

,I / .. ,.... "all.. Miss Marjorie Fish has been at the Christmas party meetingof United Presbyterian Youth The Sunday evening service at Our customers buy their lots no high sales j

I f named chairman of the children the Business Vvbmen's Circleof I will hold a Christmas Supper and the; church is at 6 o'clock.: Come i\ pressure, here! You are welcome. Come and J ;
or..rwn. party and her committee membersare tai first Baptist Church Mon I Party Saturday; 6:30 pjn in the and bring the Young Folk. DonaldG. <
1 -..."" t.dar.' Mrs. Paul Oakes, Mrs. Bob day night. She was assisted by Educational Building. The motif Weldon is minister. Phone Til : see good lots sellirtg at $10 DOWN $7 "

Bobroff, Mrs. 'David Burchfieldand Lessie Lanier. in the food and decorations wi'l den 6-3384. MONTH for only $595. Eddie Clemons
:Mrs. Larry Gross. The lattet I.A gay holidaytheme was carried be Mexican. :'
I rA two should be called for reserva out in the decorations and refreshments Two Services of Worship will TROPICAL PARK REAL ESTATEat
tions so that adequate plans car be: inaugurated this Sunday. There I Sandra Haddock
fr be made by the committee. will be one service at 8:30 ajn. Joins College Club Carfolf Sf., brf Ordrige Blossom. Trail in
Solicited For especially 'recommended as the
Toys : Kissimmee.
family service. The Junior Choir Sandra Haddock of 1502 Martin
American Home Needy ChildrenToys under the direction of Mrs. )I. W Woman's
Street, a student at Texas OPEN ANYTIME Duy or night.
if for needy children in theKissimmee Bond will render an anthem, "Go
Held University at Denton, Texas,
,. ( Group area are being solicited ing to Bethlehem," a French Mel pledged Adelpfcian,a iiterary-socia GET A FREE CHRISTMAS TURKEY
/" Christmas PartyThe by a group of local men who will ody. The Chancel Choir under the club, and will be initiated before with.each lot.
\ repair used toys and deliver them direction of Lester W. Geisler !
Hone Division of and to children the end of the first semester. i..1J.iII* ,)''" w... t "" __bt".. I
American any-new toys given will present the anthem, "Christ-: I
t ; r the Kissimmee Women's Clcb met who would otherwise have a.bleak mas Cantata" by Buchner. The 11 -: i
6 Monday night at the home of Christmas.A Rev. Dorr L. Van Ettea will be ,

FOR HOME t DELIVERY' Misses Martha and Helen Rylander group of Boy Scouts win be preaching on "Blessing out of: Fbf The Youngsters :
Qua! Ptvduds in Cypress Shores for their annual working on the project Saturdayat Bethlehem." The dee nd service 1 """J i
; CALL TI 7-2593 Christmas party. Mrs. Isobel the home of Eugene Thompson, will be at 11 s-m. The program of .
Batholew assisted the hostesses.The 1458 Patrick. Anyone having toy music and sermon will be the

evening was bpent playing to be picked up may call them. on same as the early service with the l
canasta. that day at Tilden 6-2298. -. exception that the Junior Choir rvtynoflrio hop1 I

will not be singing. '
The# United Presbyterian Youth
will 6:15 the Educational 1
meet p.m. at -

3rd ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION to the Building special to musical go as program a group SWING Sa'S .

presented by the choirs of the
First Presbyterian Church in OrI I SWING -
FBI..9 SAT., DEC. 16 --17 lando. /IIk19gr SETS.

r ?. :The United Presbyterian Women< 1TTI1LthE J'
will meet Monday, 8 plan in the fM\kWWr.\ $21.95 and $34.95 S TRICYCLES
Educational Building. 1961 officers -

COKES* 4 "'TsI8 : : :. PUFF -, .- BALLOONS iri111>e, nsta1I !.. Just the,Gift, .for those large Tires
wiiiiin '
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1 TO EACH CUSTOMER ,:' -. -for rehearsal S 995 ?dnoI

:. t-. The Mid Week Service will be ,
h Wednesday 7:30 p-m in the This Christmas Give
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Announcing. many new features including t.: _, (. Educational Building. Dr. Olive -
-, '#. Fish Will show slides of scene that 1 1"d'' '
Completely closed in'and heated for your winter time comfort she herself photographed ia the boy or girl :a, .

Holy Land with particular refer- .

New starch and rinse sink. Larger working area ._ .. ".r 7 of ence the nativity and boyhood Schwinn ,, f i :

New machine mQintamance program with authorked Norge .repairman c- \ 1 v If
..... .. Contributions Asked BICYCLE .
9 Attractive- nevi- planter' Beginning Jan. 2 take .in wash\& _dry -'program For Chinas BasketEd << :: .. j :

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"* ? "' Grisaoin Chairman of tiKiuixnihee e & G'irl :. :
Boy styles

: 't, ', C .ME SEE US. : : Basket committee Community urges Christmas all of .- i .:

organizations and individuals J ,

: pARK sir N WASH LAUNDERAMA as send L.. TEef'Lapfer possible.their appears,contribution Jr., treasurer to bean in, a to* thet. Pat Allen's- FIRESTONE STORE 1

: ", -' : in the number of baskets to be 126 Broadway Kissimmee
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: G The Kfssimmee Gazette, Thursday, December 15, 1960 fanmee $12,000James Sam Goldman and wife to Dr. Intercession City

Cash Bros. Sell H. Ffflyaw and wife,to J. Stanley Carp Saugus, Mass. PavedThe
WiWain\ Curtis Blaek and wife $2,650. To Get Road
$250. Orange Gardens Inc. to Otto people of Intercession City
Floribel S. Cart enter to Noah are to have a main east-west
Fairlawn Manor E. Brinker and Edna K. ,
Mutter and wife. Intercession City, street in their comrnunity paved
$100. Kissimmee, $2,200.' sometime next year with the cooperation

The transfer of considerable land Thomas, Intercession City, $2,000.W. Robert A. Cole and wife to Rod- Richard Odell Bronson) and wife of the county commis-

3aki. s : holdings here by an Orlando, cor- P. Tyson to Frank John ney Johns and wife, St. Cloud, to Louis Frank Feaeirtein; and sion.!
; as poration and a Massachusetts man .Dvorak and wife, Cleveland Ohio, $9_. wife, Kissimmee $14,500. Owen Brannan, of Intercession
recently were recorded in the office $1,100. Charles B.Gonvo, as trustee! to 'Osear K. Stenu it >and wife tc ,.City, a representatite of the civic.
of Glenn Ray, county clerk. Charles Leslie King and wife Harlan Arthur Knutson, Kissim- Travers H. Wills and wife, St. association, proudly told the commission had
Cash Bros. Inc., sold all of to State Road Dept, $100. raee 85,500. Cloud, $11,600. the people there
Fairlawn Manor except for five Pete Brown and wife to LucianW. raised Z,500-0nly $209 sheriff
Henry O. Partin and wife to Vernon L. Gallaeher to R. E. to raise
lots to L. G. Cook, whose address Elliott and wife, Kissimmee i what they were supposed
Pelvis wife. ,
r Henry...O. Partin and Sons, Inc, and $7.360. as their share for the paving of
does not appear on the deed. The $200. Justice H. Gallagher and wife exchange. i
r ., a s sale amounted to $37,500, accord- to R. E. Pervis and wife $7.300. Lucian W. Elliot and wife to the street. .
ing to the state documentary Evelyn Newton Thomas and I Commission Chairman 0 r e n
Ronald TL Leach and-Phyllis J. Pete Brown and wife Kissimmee,
stamps. husband to Donald R. Trainor and Brown said he thought the $2,500
Leach to Fiord E. Nickerson and exchange. i
wife togo
Cash Brosv Inc.*also sold other Loui!a D. Nickerson, St. Cloud, Grover A. Winch and wife to i was enough for the :
Blue Steel Corp, to Paul Fister, ahead with the job as soon as
properties here at -approximately $7.ROO. Harrison F. Kendrick, Kissimmee,
Palm Bay, $500. I possible. He added that it would
the same time. Sam Goldman and wife to Louis $65.
Ernest F. Hollenbeck arid wifeto i be sometime next year before he
In another series of transactionsSam : .... Resnick, Swampscott, Mass, $2- June Evans and husband and
State Road Dept, $500.: could get to the job.
Goldman,of Essex, Mass,and
and husband to
Virginia Bentlev
Cash Bros. Inc. to Robert R. 1t,
his wjfe sold 36 lots to various and wife to George Minnie Mai Smith, St. Cloud. $100. One reason for
parties. The lots sold are all b Bated Hardin and wife, Kissimmee, $18- Young. Peabody. Mass, $1,750. )f. L. Jewell and wife to DelbertA. Brown said, was that the pavinmaterial well
in Kissimmee Isles, a subdivi- 300.Cash Sam Goldman and wife to Benja- Whalen and wife, $25,100. doesn't work too
sion to the north of here. The Bros. Inc. to- B. Harold min A. Gloshand, Swampscott, I in cold weather.
_i transactions totaled $35,200.The Farmer and wife, Kissimmee, $21,- Mass, ga. OO. Bertha Weneer to C. N. Lamielle. The total cost of the paving job
and wife, E. Canton Ohio, $5,000.P.
_ KIDDIELAND EXPRESS- Shown above is one of the many rites that will be available to Kissimmee transactions 000. Sam Goldman and wife to Nathan is estimated at about $5000.
youngsters during the Main Street Merchants Association Childr n'. Day Celebration. The Festivities Ray's office included recorded at Cash Bros. Inc. to Bruce Riddle Supovitz, Marblehead, Mass, C. Flint and wife to Lloyd A.
begin Dec. 15 and run through Dee.,24 with Dec. 21 set aside as Children's Day when all rides will be : and wife Kissimmee, $19,000. ?2.6CO. Robinson and wife St.: Cloud, Eighty-three per cent, of U. S.
free with, tickets available at Association member merchants. Romanial! Inc. to C1.arles'F Cash Bros. Inc., to A. Neal Al- Sam Goldman and wife to Leon- $1,500. brides start housekeeping in their
Prevatt and wife, Kissimmee. $9,- ford and wife, Kissimmee, $21,300.B. ard Alyward, Lynn. Mass, $S50. Blue Steel Tool Corp. to J. H. own quarters. Look for timely
; 300.Billie Harold Farmer and wife to Sam Goldman and wife to Char- Bijtby and Ruth Bigby, Orlanndo, gift ideas in the pages of your
to 5:50: p.m. All day December 21 T. Handy to Arlene Evans Robert R. Guynn and wife, Kiss- les White, Lynn, Mass, $3,500.. $600. local newspaper.
has been set aside by the merchants I I
Merchants: On involved as Children's Day

and all the rides will be free with t

I Street To Sponsor i a sociation.ticket the Main obtainable Street at Merchants any memberof As- THE MAIN STREET MERCHANT'S ASSOCIATION

These tickets can be obtained be-
ginning December 15 through 20
Youngsters' Party and no tickets will be given awayon OF KISSIMMEE .
Children's Day, December 21. .
"We are happy to be able to '
bring this attraction to Kissimmeeand Presents .
Christmas has been traditionally fact two of the elephants carried 'provide the youngsters of .. / -1' ; .
a time for children. The :Main Santa down the streets of Kissimmee. the area with a full day of free
Street Merchants Association has > rides." Oakes stated. "Since freetickets
engaged the James E. Strates A blood,sweating Hippopotamusis are being;? given away over
Shows to set up rides: and fun for one of the "more unusual fea- a period from December 15 to De- C'HILDREN'S DAY DEC. 21st
the kids so this year will be no tures of the show. if your hand cember 20, all children accompanied -
exception.Paul were placed on the skin of the by adults should have plentyof
Oakes, chairman: of the Hippo it would be covered with time to obtain their free ticketsto .
association stated coat this has blood in a few minutes. fun and frolic," Oakes said. Wild Animal! Menagerie Kiddie Rides Big Attraction Discount Prices

been done with a two fold purpose Also included in the line up Speaking? for the association
in mind. The fjrst and main rea- are Llamas, monkeys, polar bears, Oakes stated, "We think the con- .
son is to give the Kissimmee zebras, African longhorn goats sumer should stay in Kissimmee '
youngsters a good time this festive and many others to attract the where the dollar will stretch All Rides FREE
Dec. Center
season and secondly was to pro- fancy of a child. further and the spirit of friendliness 21 Sunrise Shopping
vide mothers with a place for the The rides which will be available and good cheer exists all
youngsters to occupy their' time to the kids are all safe and through the year"
now that they are out of school, approved and include a merry-go- "Again we would like to invite DECEMBER 15th thru DECEMBER 24th Hours 12 to 9:30: p.rn.Dec. 24, 12 to 5:30tig.
while she shops. round, a bomber 'ride, task ride, everyone to come out and have
The James K. Strates Showsare train, a ferris wheel, a heloicopter fun," Oakes stated.FREE I
nationally famous for their ride and'a new :rocket ride. other ,. "
showmanship and play at some; than the animals and rides whichgo II!""'..' IIi'Ii "1A ." S ., > ;'I
of the largest fairs throuhout the to male the show famous, are TURKEY!. :; .: ,.t :
United States. Roy F. Peugh, ad- features which ,are not generally FUN J-" "\ -
vance and promotion director for known such as the Strates Shows FOR CHRISTMAS ,';'j.. :.. > ," ',. :' :': .;
the shows, said that they "had who maintain 52 railroad cars i' See larger ad in this *
broken all attendance records at and 140 circus wagons for trans- ;
the fairs they played recently on portation from location to location"' [issue : f L
their tour. The attraction opens December Eddie Clemons BIDES '
Some of 'the, attractions they 15 and runs through December 21. KIDDIE
have include the world famous It will be ,QI.elfrom; noon'to 9:30 ; TROPICAL .' ->-, Si '
MG.N. elephants us ed in the mak- P-..!efyday except the 24th REAL ESTATE J'; ...=- ,', .
ing of roarJy ,Tarzan pictures. In when*)* wni;be, open from'noon ''IQi t "' "''IIt "4. ; ->
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when it comes to raising a family.
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.t la fact, when yon get right down to sorting the thistles from '. 1. 24 e .

'. the clover,you begin to realize that the realty important things : i

for day-to-day existence aren' at alL And we're willing x "-

''->' to part with our hard earned cash to buy them simply because .1
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1 .....; :.. :we feel they are important. :- r BIG ATTRACTION IN KISSIMMEE This is just one of the many attractions of the James E. Strafes Shows to be witnessed
: -::-...- V,' during the MAIN STREET MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION'S gala Kiddieland next to the Sunrise Shopping Center. The rides, fun

'." ':-.;.k ',I I' Take Simple thing like a copy of a newspaper... people Just and excitement will be free on Dec. 21. to children who have obtained tickets from the undersigned merchants;

aren't goingto buy,it if they don't want it. Paid circulation

." ;: is important' because it demonstrates the wantedness of a ... Tickets for CHILDREN'S DAY, DECEMBER 21 may be ha d at any below signed merchants. Call on these merchants

.. .. publication. for your tickets beginning. December 15th through December 20. All children must be accompanied by an adult I

...:. when getting tickets and no' tickets will be given away on CHILDREN'S DAY, DEC. 21. In case of hard rains FREE

,',.1 -r ..... ':",:-,ABC audits our circulation at regular intervals. Following tickets will be honored Th'Krsday'December 22.
t;: Ihese'audits, they publish the facts to help you decide the kind .

of' a job we can do for your advertising Don't MISS THE FABULOUS KIDDIELAND PRESENTED BY THE

;-; '1!/<.?k From our ABC report'you can find out how many people buy ,I

'v .us. how they buy. how much they pay to read us . FOLLOWING MERCHANTS '.

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t the church grew in numbers and The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, December 15, 1960 Page' 7 Lions Hear Of Many
1iNo T wealth but declined in spiritual
If Y YOUR CHURCHES, power. Civic Projects

fi By dedicated God needs ones individuals to do the who work are of The Kissimmee Lions Club was

!J- Rev. Reims Olson Christ, He counts not numbers but 4 : ;?iPp ;;: addres ed T)y the representatives

t individuals only. It we wait until of other civic groups at their meeting .

f: we can do something big, we may .- Monday night at the Airport
never do anything. It is the little
The UNITED PRESBYTERIANAt to be In Rome or Athens, the acts of love that count when touched 10 Grill

this Advent season. serviceat center'and height of culture, butnot by the Spirit of Christ. Surprises kcFse I I' An appeal for cooperation in obtaining

tfifi Presbyterian tbtnrh locatedon i in KlHe BelHeBem. So it was come so l long as the hand fef tile flooring for.the ba.ket.

Church street; was conducted Christ. is upon us. Livestock Pavilion
In that day that ball court in the
t' by the pastor, the Rev. 1. Don a great arprfse The Service closed by prayer of 13V SA t-t
> God should have selected such a was made by City' Recreational Director -
, Van Etten. consecration and singing that beau-
', The worship service opened by place for His greatest .of His great tiful hymn "0 Love that will not Aft Dyer. The present concrete

l lthe\ prelude 0 Come, 0 Come revelations. Let Me Go." Followed by the bene F floor is being used by both
f H t Emanuel and Introit by the chancel Why did God pay 10 little at- diction.: By stuffed green olives the Osceola and St. Cloud High&hoot
. choir. The congregation joined tention to size and glamour? God Present membership of this Sarah D. Alberson mushroom buttons .(canned) teams

, in the singing "Joyful. Joyful; We did not want to attract by pomp church is 285; the national membership Home Economist Alternate on skewers, shrimp, Dr. Ed Ellis of the Anilities
I I Adore Thee followed by the Invocation and glory. He would have us come is 3209682. No. of Col- State Board of Conservation olives, and mushrooms. Brush Laboratorytold of the Rotary

I, Lord's Prayer And the by spiritual power not by a dis leges 45; For missions $11,617,884.The Tallahassee, Florida with sauce made of i Club's very interesting. youth program
I Apostles' Creed. play of glamour or power that First Presb. Church formed in 1/3 cup salad oil I centering around the sailing
The Carole "What Fragrance would force men to come to him. America was by the Dutch of New Since every day is seafood day 1/3 cup Worchestershire sauce of miniature sail boats.
I This," was rendered by the choir He wanted to draw men to him Amsterdam in 1628. Kissimmee in Florida,you will want to serve 1/3 cup lime juice The Lions Club agreed to con-

t followed by the Responsive Read by beauty and, truth. Church was founded in 1886. Rev. these delicious local products often 1/3 cup minced parsley tribute to the community effort of
ing. After the singing of the The greatest contributions to Caleb Jones was the first minister. during the holidays. They will save 1/2 teaspoon salt supplying Christmas: baskets to the

, hymn "Come, Thou Long& Expected the world have come from second A brief, condensed Statement of you time and money and you'll .1/8 teaspoon freshly ground needy.
1 Jesus" by the congregation the rate places by souls given to Him Belief of the church would be as catch plenty of compliments from pepper Lion Lyle Ribley, local representative -

pastor read the scripture: lesson; to accomplish a task. Examples follows: family and friends. Remember sea- Place skewers over" broiler pan of the State Farm Insurance

'f Micah 6:2-1.: and !!att. 13:53-53. -Joan of Ark from an obscute 1..God<-God is a spirit, infinite, foods provide protein; give us and broil brushing with sauce Company was dinner guest
This was followed by the Pastoral little French village; the great eternal and unchangeable; all-povr- needed minerals, iodine and many and turning often. Broil until of the club as Lion of the Week
II, prayer Columbia University scientist who erful holy, wise, good, true and 44 vitamins. shrimp turns pink and is just and Tom Rightmire of the HouseOf

I .The hoir rendered the chorus was a poor little Serbian shepherd just, hating all sin. He is merciful We think will like these tender. Bargains was selected for the
t "He Shall Feed His Flock" followed boy. Moody the shoe salesman.Yes and gracious longsuffering ,and tested you honor for the coming week.
1i by the Doxology and silent God 'uses the simple thingsto abundant in- goodness and truth, recipes: President Jim Clay announced

I meditation.The work' his wonders. not willing that any should perish, FISH WITH SAUCY SAUCE Residents RespondTo that a Board of Directors meeting
The subject for the sermon on Jesus grew up as a carpenter'sson but that all should come to repent- would be held next Monday following
fl' this- occasion was "Surprises Out and doing simple tasks. After ance. God is Love. He exists in Fry fish until crispy brown. Toys For Boys the regular meeting.

of Bethlehem." In substance, this being away and coming back, the three person)-Father, Son and DOLLARS FOR RESEARCH- Christmas Seal dollars from Os- Serve piping hot with this sauce:
: villagers asked, "Is not this thecarpenter's Holy Spirit. helping Blend H cup sour cream with. Osceola residents are generously Some 53,000 Florida farmers
dark citizens medical
is what the tall, slender, I ceola County are to, finance a research
son? They doubtedhis 2. The Bible. The Scriptures of % cup mayonnaise, 1 teaspoon giving clothing, other articles own 8,900,000 acres of commercial
haired, earnest, black robed min being conducted by Dr. Myron W. Wheat, Jr.., assistant pro .
ister said to his congregation powers and Jesus said "A prophet the old and new testaments, writ fessor. Department Surgery" College of Medicine, University of lemon juice, and 6 drops Tabasco money for gifts to the boys at forest land.

Whenever a news story of great is not without honor ten by men inspired by the Holy Florida, Gainesville. A renewal grant of 13,000 was given to Dr. Florida Sheriff's Association Boys J-
his own country." People are proneto Spirit, the word of God. CRAB CREAMY DIP Ranch, Sheriff Bob Buckets said
are Theyare Wheat for in of his Antibiotics'
event is about to break, the reporters j continuation 1960-6) study on "Intrapleural
J look at what comes out of poor the only infallible and authoritative yesterday.He FOR SALE
g&ther and vie with each : The original grant of $4,600 for this research projectwas 1 cup cooked crabmeat
circumstances of little said his office will continue
j other to be the first to flash as conse- rule of>> faith and life. a warded;list year. to Dr Wheat by the Medical and Social Research 2 (3-oz.( ) packages cream: cheese collect 303 Savage gun and one
ii i to and
quence.: Not all great accomplishments. 3. Creation: God created the repair toys until De-
Committee, of the Florida Tuberculosis and Health Associa-
j; the news to the world. U in the grew out of wealth. We world and all things therein vis- /i cup light cream cember 20. On December 21, he Italian rifle, re&lOnible'DING :
tion. Dr.. Wheat and his, research assistant, Dorris Fischer, are lime
ancient vorld it had been possible 2 teaspoons juice
t can't depend on wealth, riches, will take the items to Boys Ranchin ROBERSON
ible or invisible. He made man af- shown in the! abore:picture working in the University of Florida
J as it is today, to publish the event 1 tt teaspoons Worcestershire
esthetic worship. Those things are ter His own image male and female time for the annual Christmas
; laboratory on this research project. Christmas Seal funds also help 304 Lilly St. ,
would they have come together? important but we must allow ourselves created He them with iminor- support other vital activities aimed at the early elimination of clove sauce party there. 0' '..' _,H
I not. The elite Romans 1 garlic, minced '
Probably to be used by God so won-
tal souls
! having the law of God in tuberculosis: in_Florida.Kissimmee. _
and Greeks would have scoffed 6 Tabasco
ders can be brought about. The their hearts and power to fulfill it,
I and ridiculed the idea that any- church for three centuries had and yet undet a possibility of % teaspoon salt Only Nirie More

thing important would happen in great vitality. It grew in impact transgression, left to the freedomof Shred crabmeat. Let cream
I a little hill billy town. They would and spirituality not possessions.It their own wilL Begins cheese soften at room temperature. Shopping Days :'Till Christmas :

. have looked for glamour. They was God used. In 300 A.D. Con- 4. Sin and the Fall.By their own Blend cream and cheese. Mix other .- '" -- :
Ii would have expected this event stanine'recognized Christianity free choice Adam and Ere fell from ingredients, and stir in crabmeatlast.

their original state of innocenceand Planning Chill and serve in your pret-
I communion with God, and City tiest dish with crisp crackers: or

Business came under the power of sin. The potato chips. I

I: Orlando penalty of which is eternal death. City planning is under way in [ and district map. Makes 1 % cups.

5. Salvation. God so loved the this community. When / world that He gave His only begotten of I
It is under the supervision planning committee would like to
Review. Son to be the Saviour of the planning department of the see the forthcoming board dc, % pound raw shelled, de-veined
r sinners, but salvation becomes ef- Florida Development Commissionfor Morse said, "Part of our problemsare shrimp
,r ficacius only in those who believein the next"22:months. that our city limits: are drawnin 1 egg white

'- By .- Jesus Christ. I The, basic program will cost and we need something that 1 tablespoon flour
r 6. Christ the Redeemer. The Lord ttt
, NEIL MILLSAP $6.000.of which the federal govern-. would lead to zoning of some sort A teaspoon salt '
Jesus Christ, the ,
being eternal Son
ment has outside the limits."
agreed t .pay $3,000. city dash mace
of God became truly man, being At the same time; an ordinance Prather mentioned the downtown 2 tablespoons heavy cream '
conceived by the Holy Ghost and to establish a planning advisory parking problem and the 3 cans frozen cream of shrimp
:; born
: : of the Virgin Mary, yet with- board of five members is under study of possible annexation ol
! out sin. He is the only.perfect med- soup
!: :; consideration. areas now outside the
tee. iator between God and man, by I I city was 3 cans milk
All of these
t ti tt whom alone we can come unto the points were agreed Chop- shrimp very fine. Beat in
, at meeting of the city
= Father. upon a with shrimp, gradually, the egg

7. The Holy Spirit. The Holy commission Tuesday night. The white. Add flour, salt, mace, and e
! t'L meeting was attend I by Martin cream. -
; : Spirit, applies the redemption pur-
chased by Christ. He persuadesand Gainer, acting- 'director of the 14s Heat soup and milk until it

enables men to obey the gospel planning-- department of the' development' .reaches boiling point. Drop in Undecided send a

1"1' call, and dwells continually in commission. dumpling mixture by half tea- Ilk"
_: every believer, and is thereby the Also attending, besides the city spoon.'Cook over low heat 5 min FLORACHEQUEELSIE no=. .WIU
i: dt author of all Christian, experience. officials were Bill Morse, Ed Neid, Se"'c.' "
8. Justification by Faith. Bill Prather, P. K. Weaver: and Al utes.Serves 6.
;: : .
f __ :: : } ,,, who humbly relies upon Christ Cody. :
alone for salvation and in repentance "We are ready io go :forward "Most of us are too fond of SHRIMP SKYROCKETS
t "Back New Buick Carries a Full Three Year Warra6tyrORANGE confesses and forsakes his with the program;" Morse de- people who agree with us,and XKABOBS: ) Redeemable at any FTD Shop

II BUICK COMPANYBuick sins, is pardoned and accepted as clared.City Mgf. Harold Tanner named i Of food which does not* 2 pounds cooked, shelled, and de- J 10 Monument TI 6566JTH1S J JA
righteous in God's sight. Everyonethus
William veined shrimp) '41 4If. II! ",,::4 4.'_" 04Q .4____.. "
Quality in Two Buick Sizes The Special pardoned and accepted is Bailey, jidministraUvfe .
I, adopted into God's family. assistant, as liaison ;between the ,
Size Buick Special The Full Site BuiekS'
k 9. The Church. We acknowledgeone city officials and the city planners.

i l'' Buiek Authorized Sales &: Service universal church, the same in Gainer, in response to questioning -

, i 330 K. Orange Are, Orlando Phone GArden 20763Until all ages, of which Christ is the i by Prather, said the six: items I "
head. The church invisible consistsof his department Is' obligated to
youVe eeen and driven the new Buick, rou e missed the
t most' wonderful, miles of your life and you'll be unwise to choose; all the redeemed.-The missionof l rform arePreparations: .

any other car at any price. The Buick offers everything .' and the church is spiritual, and its of tylsting land use .. or" .
work is to studies to .1
witness to the truth of determine how each .. : .
I in greater measure than most other cars. -. costing even thousands God to the ends of the earth. We lot is now being used. : ''' --;."- 3 i .. ,,' ,
of ddllafs more.
believe in the separation of church, Population study to, show what : ; .
i Yet the new Buick, for all its thrilling beauty and matchless and state. kind and how mans; people live! 7 J

I' performance, is the same sturdy and dependable car that is work 10. The Sacraments. There are where and to project the population ,

: famous. Buick is economical almost beyond belief and..Tu won't two sacraments baptism, which figures into the future.I I -.t-- 1t

J believe its flashing performance U you can actually feel from behind symbolizes the work of the Holy An economic study! to show how o.,<."'tN-.,;.'.' ,, '
! the wheeL r Spirit, and the Lord's Supper, many people in Kissimmee make '

J t Because of their generous "trade-in" plan, ORANGE BUICK CO. which symbolizes the sacrificial a living and to point up what the } CAMERA t ,
: always has a :fine selection of trade-in cars. Their skilled mechanics death of Christ. Sprinkling or economic future of.. the city ap- t
F uncover many thousands of miles 6f dependable, unused transporta pouring is the Scriptural mode of pears to be. '' j
I tion. These must be sold! '11iey're.alwArs priced very low. So, stop baptism, but mode is not essentialto A general development and land NOW

f. in at their car lot at 530 N. Orange Are. Orlando or call GA the validity of the sacrament. use plan to show what the planners +I A :
11. Death and Resurrection. The think, :should be done in the '- 't TAKES .
64429.Whether souls of believers : 5 a
at their
are tfty. .
in a good used car or in your choice of the wonderful -
new Buicks, you'll always get your ,money's worth! do death immediately snide perfect in holiness, and Undertaking the study of spec- PICTURESIN ,>
pass glory. At ial
areas such as the business d s- ., '
the resurrection: believers being tricts.
f It Pays to Lease New or Used Office Furniture raised up in glory, shall be openly Revision of the zoning ordinanceAroid JUST '
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acknowledged and acquitted in the 'n :
With Option to Buy All l Furniture at Discount Prices day of judgement. x '...rF.

: Cornell 72
Owned and Operated by Ronald & Stanley Shader Succumbed Thursday ;w f' ",

106 W,Amelia Are* (by the'Railroad Tracks, ) CII 1-9624 72 Mr., of Herbert Intercession Vermont City,Cornell passed, r st ,r s 4

J' Here is the place to really save deserves'the very best. You know away suddenly Thursday. .
money! Yen too can benefit by that the quality ofo r office A native of Meigs County, Ohio, >
large tax savings, *.* cash outlay, furnishings is reflected in the he moved from Norwood, Ohio' tc a.STAI. ,

no interest, financing or carrying eyes of you customers-no one Intercession City If souths,ago.
charges. All merchandise sold at can help judging you and youi He was a retired stationary
discourit prices', competitive or business by the evidence of his gineer and a member of the E... SE 0 106 tu&i s
Church. tf God, Ci -zinnaU. 1 :
lower. Small monthly paymentsare senses. the Last Minute .
applied against low purchase Select office equipment, Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
your your ThaTs right the famous Polaroid kind Cameranow
price. Be thrifty, lease for furniture and business machines Edythe! B.Cornell wo daughters, Rush fie Sure Dour ,
\, 12-24 ot 3$ months, with option {from brands hi tonr large, diversified Mrs. Vera flits and Jlrs. Beatrice Christmas Cards and makes a finished picture in just 10 seconds-not ;

t tb buy! showroom. Open 9 ajn. tc; Whittle, both of Cincinnati. One 60'seconds; as before. And what pictures they are! ';.

F If you're proud of your busrsejs !- 5:30 p.m. 6 Days a Week-You're brother, Omef Cornell, Washing. Gifts ArriTe on,Time. Cristysparklin prints with incredibly sharp detail, .

It I f -if you depend upon it-it always :welcome. __ ton three, D.great C. 10 grandchildren.grandchildren and the best Polaroid pictures you have ever taken Come iri andletitsi give' S you a Irsf /

The funeral party left Saturday i hand demonstration! of the Polaroid'
., is now-famous 8000 speed film too the ; :.
RYE ("RYE") ROOFI G- CO morning: for Not wood where
t funeral r kind that lets take indoorpictureswithoutfiasbLand Camera and! the-New.10iS' c. .,: <
services were! h ld Tues- : .
I: Roofing Siding and Shingles : Tile' day with. interment in Rest Haven /" bulbs. This, film is so sensitive'you can make good picond film ', / r :' f

t Built Up Roofs- t Metal was charge Grisscm of arrangements.St. Funeral Home. tures by the light of a single lamp. The.npw Polaroid ', ". ,' "..'...- "f...." f' ii

.- r wi light (not a flashgun) erases any shadows. It / ." '_ t
Vo man can atop the storms, blistering i Ji iL winks 1000 times before you change its small bulb :, -
Cloud Sued J
but a new roof will stop the leaks Let them show you heir easily By and- ,
and tnUt form the appearance of and economically you era enjoya } Accident VictimA I

your home or place of business; Tine roof .,weather-ti and BittUrts-indoors witholtt* shbulbs. Picliires
furnishing protection for. your in pleasing color- St. Cloud woman is suing the oI1d in 10 seconds. Now is the time to :
finished only buy .
costly building and expensive furnishings city of St. Cloud as a result of in- ,
: safeguard your building They 80 general sheet metalwork juries she received in a lalL ydtif vLanfl Cahferd. All we need is 10 seconds. to

I investment guttering, ventilators, Agnes Britton is suing the city convince> i you!! HA BROADWAY t
WRYE ROOFING CO. has licensed duct work Whatever your need in because the city failed and neglected CAN Iidatteattdttttt PHONE. Tlf O Zb&1

and bonded experts who roofing and Sheet metal, every to keep part of the sidewalknear .HL'fcI wma 1i' ,

can handle your roofing problems detail of your job is given painstaking the bus station in good repair, tstOs .
anything from a stubborn care by dependable work the suit alleged. Glgtlt TIiJ1TM03t. THE POLAROID LAND CAMERA :

leak to a brand new-'i ot. They men. Stop in at 1635 Grand Ave The woman fell on Dec. 7* 1959. JIMVIGH'S I
I know that year after year, youi Orlando, or Call GArden 37863. She is being represented by Alex- 'Hbmf fci PoUmd Corporate
roof ander D. Hall STANBUia'Vineai bA.RC1 ySt lViCE ., .. -- -" '
rtof must hold against This outstanding firm has The suit was filed ,
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H-1 .. Page 8 The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, December 15, 1960

e 3 BR HOME 2 TILE BATHS A very good 14i story frame LOT 300 x 300, one older 4 BR VERY NICE 2 BR CBS HOME
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL central heat hardwood floors, large home, furnished screened
front 2 bath home, one nearly new % built-in kitchen, screened porch

2 BR FRAME HOME, shaded lot OUR BEST porch back porch with Utility BR home with built-in kitchen, carporte, and utility room

$16,500 '. 1 Rm, fruit &: shade, plenty room fruit and graPH- $10,500 GOOD TERMS
with lakeview, large corner lot nicely YOUR LANDSCAPING is all that is i need- for garden, $8,000.

I I landscaped, 1 Yi blocks from center. of MAKE 12 % ON YOUR MONEY ed to make a home of Bob Miller's Swedish 5 Rm frame, furnished close in, TOTAL PRICE $15,000 UNFURNISHED RENTALS

town only $10,500. See as for commercial property on Modern model home just finished in neat, ti $8,500. Terms. FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED RENTALS
2, miles out Rm CB
clean Vista .Heights on 2
MOVE IN FOR CHRISTMAS Broadway and Main Streets. up-an-coming
neighborhood.: Freshly designed for Florida large lots, $8,000. .a KISSIMMEE REAL ESTATE

Check with ns for famished and unfurnished Rentals.ROBERTSON'S this model lets in the outdoors through 1w Only vacant lot in Delwood e

0 sliding glass panels in the 3 bedrooms the ASIA Park for sale $2,000. ,
REAL ESTATE \WI 521 J Main St. TI 6-3953
living room and dining room. 'Screen type 4 BR frame, 1 a. land just

324 BROADWAY TELEPHONE TI 6-4493 landscaping put in b> you will provide privacy. Then each outside City, let us show yon
room cane opened freely to its own secluded garden, making

every bedroom a pinch-hit sitting room These exterior entrancesin this.NELSON A ""
the bedrooms;also allow busy members of the family to come -

SELLING OUT-Automatic dish- EXPERIENCED WAITRESS, home and retire without disturbing a private party !n the living t TI 7-2230

washer $75. Duo Therm oil heater must be over 21.. Apply in pert room. The convenient U-shape kitchen was designed with a REALTY MEN Bruce'sSunshine

ARTICLES with tank and stack $30. Soft son at Frazer's Restaurant, harried mother in ,mind. Other features appealing to various TI 6-5631

drink machine lOc slot $75. Tropical HoteL members of the family are the ducted'heat and air-conditioning, SINCE 1912

FOR SALE Bunk beds complete $30. Double the compact double bath, the $15,900 price carpet, curtain rods ..
Beds complete $5. Rollawaye MAN OR WOMAN-to take over and valances, indirect lighting, panelled walls, screen porch, < Homes

complete $10. Cots $3. Sheets, Dealership in Kissimmee.: Products pass-thru or snack bar long utility room, city water, sewer and
blankets pillows, boats and motors Established. Weekly Prof- paved street.
less than % price, cash its of $50.00 or more at start
-1 Kissimmee First or 3 BR HOME FOR SALE
Shop terms. Sunset Dude Ranch on possible. No investment neces CITRUS LAND implanted. From 40 to 4,000 acres. SEE THIS BEAUTY

RAFFIA CIIENILLE STICKS Hwy'1$, St. Cloud TW 2-1153. sary. Will help you get started. ONE'.ACRE lots just outside town. Sensibly restricted. Lake .. LARGE LOT HIGH AND DRY

Handcraft Supplies Shell Write C. R. Ruble Dept. D-2, privileges. Trees. $950., I Large 2 bedroom CBS home on NEAR OSCEOLA GOLF CLUB
Straw Bags Watkins Products Inc., Memphis ,
nice lot. Tile bath built-in
x 2 Tennessee. MINISTER in church-side graveyard to elderly woman carefully -
Plain and FancyDRIFTWOOD LOW
c e n. Utility room and
dressed in mouring: "I am sorry but the funeral was 3
OSCEOLA,OIL CO.1110 NORTH carport One year old and in'the
best of condition. ,
One of a kind.. LOW PRICES MAIN ST. TI 63941. Woman in mourning "Well Reverend Co know or Funeral
: a
FOR RENT you. room and workshop. Contact us for ]komes that are-just a little bit better. .
CYPRESS KNEE LAMPS complete being held anywhere else this afternoon." ,
FINE WATCHES: Wide selection,
with cypress shade from Bnlova, Benton, Benrus, Hamil $8,750 I. TI7-2230 TI 65631Bruce i
_ $6.00. ONE WHOLE BLOCK on Orange Blossom Trail. This gives you
ton and Elgin at Benton's Jewelry. FOR RENT: Apartments and j
two High and .
dry. $28,000.FURNISHED
SPECIAL BIRD BATH .... $3.98 house. by week or month. Cot corners. Small Down Payment Partin Developer and Builder

I ton's Apartments North Orange : .. .. . .. ... .. .. ... .. i
CHRISTMAS GIFTS !SPEIDEL WATCH BANDS: When Blossom TraiL 7-2-9-16-23-30 Old Dixie Hwy. -. 1 bedroom $48 Mo. You can't beat this one. See at -- -- -- -- -- --

JEWELRY CANDY you ,wear one, you wear the fin- Old Dixie Hwy. 2 bedroom $50. 403 East Still St. or call owner .
HUNDREDS OF FLORIDA est. Wide selection at Benton's FOR RENT: Furnished apart- &Q1Ffj Lakefront -vnice 2 bedroom, $150. TI 6-3996. 86,199.Mate Road Pept. and Onceola

'SOUVENIRS'GRACE Jewelry. ments, new modern quiet pie ts- County vn Loyal A. Jackson. : et al,
Ik downstairs
town $50
order of taking.
ant surroundings Phone TI ; FOR RENT 3 Bedroom ufn-
RIVERS GIFT SHOP FOR SALE: wood 2390. Kiss. Highlands 3 bed 2 bath, $115. furnished house. pro Tom confexiiotaceola Platt.vs. J.t.. Trice decree

Highway 17-92 South at the coal heater 511 3rack St. \ ( County vs. Rufus Thomart
overpass Kissimmee UNFURNISHED: FOR SALE home and corner and wife, .order ranting- temporary

OPEN 7 DAYSFOR TRAILER SPACE 1709 Oak. 2 bed $90; option to buy available. lot, $6,900. InjunctionThelmanaker vs.Mlllam Haker.
'' 1630 Orange Blvd. -"'2 bed. $100. 10 ACRE order to transfer case to Orange
'F'OR FOR, RENT County
SALE Next to 1630 Orange Blvd. -.2 bed $100. GROVE I 4.rooms and garage $6,300 Constance Holcomb LanIer vs.

High and Dry, $15 per monthROGER'S Emmett and Park -,3; bed block. $80. Thomas F Lanier final decree, dlorce -
SALE: Two 1958 house trailers 1956:;" ELCAR: 3Q FT. 60% Ruby Red Grapefruit, 3 bedroom home small down \'<< .
TRAILER PARK 2504 Beaumont Kiss. Highlands, big 3 bed, 2 bath, $90. SPITS! FILET
;'20) ft. Travel Trailer; Pal.e -HOUSE TRAILER 40% Early Orange. payment Patricia T Ames vs. Charles R,

er Park. TI. 6-289. 17-92 below Drive-In Theatre BUSINESSES available net you wages for .your time plus Amen divorce.FEDKRAI.. .
Income and TAX MK\
ace Ranch Home 36 x 10' ft. Phone: TI 7-2403 after 5 healthy return on the capital you have invested. Come in for Located in Kissimmee Park. property $8,000 up. Mid-Florida tiroadcasting In..

Jess W. Parfrey, Rainbow Trail- or see John Barro _at FOR RENT: 8 Brack St, unfurnished private talk. Asking $1,000 per acre $1,3".113.

Corner Bermuda and Donnegan reasonable to party with KINGS REALTY
FOR SALE: Harsh and red grapefruit H. L. DrummondStar
real references. Fay Morse atBible1an FOR RESULTS SEE A REALTOR.
Hamlin and Navel and LEGAL NOTICE
Temple oranges.! We ship to any Route 503 MAIN\ TI 6-5762

and all cities in the United FOR SALE: Gentle pony 2% years FOR RENT: Store room -or office FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS ST. CLOUD, FLORIDATW r

States. We also sell a completeline old also $85 saddle, blanket and space. For information inquire 2-5532
of Rawleigh's Products. bridle 1008 Patrick St. PhoneTI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOtS
at Brahman Hotel, East NAME LAW
Arie Banta, 405 East Bass St. 6-6075. Dakin ,Ave INC. TO ALL WHOM IT
REPOSSESSED'PIAN0S' T FOR RENT: Two furnished apartments 2 BROADWAY PHONE TI 6-2702 TI 6-2712 HOME FOR SALE NOTICENOTICE to the -Fictitious NameStatute
SERVICES one bedroom each, Inquire ," Section a 66.99 of the 141
by owner ,
Florida Katutea the undersigned,
110 Bryan St. after 5:30 p.m. who It the onljr party Inter ated
OFFEREDDRAGLINE I FOR SALE: 3 BR, 2 bath, CBS ONE BR MODERN FRAMELot I in the hereinafter named bus'ness
We hare two spinet pianoi In .. FOR RENT: Furnished apartmentsat house 2 years old ;porch, patio, 60 x 150 high and dry enterprise will present proof register
HOME FOR RENTNice I llcatlon of this Notice and
this yfeinity I walnut and =
221 Verona close in, $45 just repainted, many extr L Excellent $4,500 TERMS with the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
one mahogany. These can be month and up. and clean,*2 bedroom, unfurnished terms. 2525 Beaumont, Frank Hollingworth TI 6-4755 OBceola County' "Florida the fictitious -
purchased by with good I came
person : except for stove, refrigerator TI 7231&LOTS PANY." under which he la enRaged -
credit, by making small deposit and heater. In business at IS West Dar
and small SERVICE ,FOR RENT CLOSED FOR Klaginrmee. Osceola County
monthly payments I FOR SALE: High and dry, ;:I:44111M: 4I I!. A4""A4IIr ) Florida this 8th day of December.
inqoireTHOMPSON 4 room nicely furnished apartment X D. 1" t
3/8 Yd. Bucket city water and sewer. Cheap for LOTS CLOSE IN VACATIONDEC. W. I. ROUni.VS. JR.

MUSIC Our rig la on rubber and OB call 2 bedrooms, second floor, I 1 mile north of town. corner cash. TI 72279.COTTAGE r $10 DOWN Dec. 5. 15. %%. 19
private entrance $55 month 308
CO.Orlando. TI 7-2704 Mabbette. Inquire 508 Canterbury of the trail and Donnegan Ave. : 19 JAN. 23JEWELL.S NOTICE OP AN SVAL IKKT1N
The regular annual meeting of the
Fla. Lane 05 Tl7. 475. Shareholders of The First 1 National
KEROSENE AND FUEL OIL for I FOR RENT: Deluxe duplex, 2 FOR SALEin ONLY $595TROPICAL Hank of KisBlmmee. for the electionof

home delivery daily and Sundayscall FOR RENT: Trailer space with bedrooms, unfurnish'ed. car- Intercession" City furnished I I\ PARK such Directors other business and the as transaction may properlybe of
Bud,and John's Gulf ServiceTI porte, utility screened porch, presented, will be held att",
patio, $10 month. Tip Top' 5 rooms,2 large 50 ft.lots.Turn CABINET SHOP offices of the bank In Kissimmee.
6-5842. Open till 10 nice 1008 Rosa- REAL
NEWCHAR p.m. neighborhood ESTATE ,
Park! Hwy. 17.92 south. Florida on Saturday. January 7
office second house
lind. Call TI 72704.. right at post I 1961 at 2 30 o'clock\ I'. JI
51 PLASTICSONDISPLAY REST HOME: New management, Open day U. & CHAPM4N. JR.. Cashier
anytime or
right in second block.Sign in
FOR RENT. Front room with or on I Dee. It-It-19..... 6.
SATURDAY newly decorated, rooms avail FOR RENT: Frame house 5 rooms NOTICE: Is Alcohol a problem for
without board, 511 Brack St. window. Mrs. M. J. Mantz 2650 night.on Orc.ige Bios-
able for | ? Call AA TI 7-2026
short periods or perm. and bath north city limits unfurnished I IN. you or
l DEC. 19 anent residence. Excellent home FOR RENT: Furnished house for $50. Phone TI 6-8889. .&.. 23rd .Court, Pompano I, Trail in KissimIsom write Box 642, St. Cloud.

at 109 BroadwayFOR for aged. Call TI 6-50U TI- Beals Beach.
or adults. Contact Myrtilla F. ,
6-6612. FOR RENT: Unfurnished house at I..[mee at Carroll St. NOTICE: I will not be responsiblefor
103 East Whitney Ave. I.I
406 Main St., TI 72632. I, Eddie Clemons any debts made by anyone
SALE: Beaver fur coat also I
other than D.
myself. Ronny
: Evening .
gowns FOR RENT: Two furnished apart- .
cloth coat with beaver collar and 11 I.t '
a specialty. 1206 Verona, Myrtle mets 114 Emmett St.,two blocks t GET A FREE
black coat all size 88
shorty ,
reasonable. Jennie Bair, 15 East Van Marter, TI 72515. from business district. W. B. REAL ESTATE LOT FOR SALEReal 'CHRISTMAS TURKEY Osceola 'County
Home TI 6-8384.
Park St, rear entrance. value: Large lot 93' x : WITH EACH LOT! [ Court Records

PONTOON BOAT with 35 H.P. WANTEDHELP FOR RENT: Trailer space with 127'.city water and sewer, well ; 1 1J\i'\ q... 1\6\ ".1 1Io\!; MARRIAGE LICENSES!
patio $10 month. Tip Top Trailer located in city limits. AH new Chart* ,Stanley Hawley, 82 of t
motor remotes cost over $1500, FOR SALE No down (Lake Alfred and Florence Kathryn 4 3
: payment.
sacrifice $690 cash or terms, Park turn right at Campbell'sStation LAKEFRONT construction in neighborhood.Good \\' hburn, 82. Lake. Alfred t 6 i
south on 1792. price for cash! House on lakf with 75 ft front- Ralph K Burro,,... St. Cloud
Sunset Dude Ranch on Hwy. 15, WANTED: Man with car Country Home age needs some alterations. Also and Hatherlne E. Albert. 78, Ka>-
St Cloud TW 21153. for Sunday Phone TI 7-2704 or write Rt. eon. MinnL L.USE POSTAL ZONE NUMBERS
newspaper route. FOR RENT: One bedroom trailers 5'J J 4 unit CJ3.S. on lake with.100ft > E. Doolittle, 23, Orlando
O CB 3 bedrooms, 2 tile baths, Box 377.
FOR SALE 1957 Write P.O. Box 931-M, Kissim-: will take children. Rainbow Mo- frontage can be made into and Robbie S. Klvelt. 21. Orlando. Avoid the Last Minute
: Dodge Royal kitchen .
nee. tiring room 15x26, dining I James Franklin Dormln Id Kin-
torgue flight transmission. Can bile Homes and Trailer Park 1/4 and utility 230 feet lakefront home or duplex. No down payment trainee. and Mary Ellen Glauft, 19,
mile off East Vine St. at Michi easy terms. Priced KiMlmmee Rush-Be Sure
be keen at 16 North Stewart or WANTED; Carpenter work new 330 feet deep, large oaks, way Joseph Franklin MeKnirht 20.
telephone TI 6-5351. and. repair. Phone TI 72515. gan. citrus and other tropical fruits. FOR SALE: House first time of- under market value. Also large. and Carol Ruth Melrln 18, Orlando. ChristmaS Cards and
ft. lots $10 down, $10 month.I M ITS FILED
unfurnished 2000 per
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. Located in Kissimmee Park at fered sq. Sunset Dude Agnes Britton vs. City. of St. Gifts Arrive on Time.
floor space, beautiful oak and on Hwy. 15, Cloud, judgem.ntcot'RT ,
Apply 107 E. Magnolia. south end of Seaman's Point
St Cloud TW 21153. ORDERS
about 8 miles from St. Cloud. palm trees, reasonably priced, Dorothy Kach ,... Joseph F.
LA.KEFRONT: furs,' modern Ja owner 317 Portage St. Ranch, final decree divorce
Good road. No other location State Road Dept. and OsceolaCounty
.-- 42 YEARS plex, two bedrooms kitchen, din- like this for real country living LOTS FOR SALE: Lakefront lots vs.sW r Tyler et aL order FOR SALE
ette, living room, tile bath, large requiring to increase deposit '
porch .six with complete privacy. on Lake CecDe-all are over 350' with clerk of court 56 PLYMOUTH PLAZA
sleeps $75
monthly. Owner State Road L>*ptand Onceola 4 dr. good, condition, excellent
_ 1) i OF SERVICE School bus picks up children, use deep. Also residential lots high 1 County vs. Clara Tyler et aL IInal'ud..ment tires.
of boat. Also two bedroom com- A A. Drummoiid> and dry city water, 63 x 132. re Augusta 0. pledger.
$18000State PHONE TI 7-2881 8 to 5
pletely furnished home $75 P. O. Box 447L. Call TI 7-2495 after 5 pan. I Road Dept and Osceola SJH.
monthly. Bunk house monthly bounty vs. Clara Tyler et al I. final p.m. or TI 7-2403 after 5.
$45 H. Branch FOR SALE: In Lake Cecile Park. Judgment re Hlncla r Refining Co..
(partly furnished). Furnished
Orlando Florida
motel 2 BR CBS Home,fully Wed bath
rooms $30 monthly. Sunset
Phone CY 3-2515 built-in kitchen, lot 80x175 lake
J, t Dude Ranch on Hwy. 15 St. Brokers protected choice residential K. C. Jr. Contractor
Cloud, TW 21153. privileges, section Moore
/ quiet country living. Call
Yes 42 Years Ago in December 1918. we issuedour -- TI 7-2495 after 5 pan.15EE Triangle Building

first policy as an insurance agent here in Kissimmee

Our first customers were Air.and)Irs. Henry O. Par KEROSENE AND THIS Residential and Commercial Building

tin well known local ranchers who are still our good i

:, customers, Today we have over 2500 customers who FUEL OIL LARGE DWELLING 2 FAMILY' tars TMrTMAA W..M>**;IS> 9 Remodeling 11 Repairing
know at their service 24 hours of IM6Hea0 WCTM
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We salute each of these'customers with sincere completely furnished close in, Masonry Work Roofing"MOORE"

BUD & JOHN'S GULF SERVICETI double enclosed garage large DAVISAGENCY'
J Thank You"for what you have meant to us throughoutthe be
Jalousied porch, upstairs can HOUSE FOR YOUR MONEY
years- Happy Holidays to everyone- j made into another apartment or

6-5842 Daily & Sunday four large bedrooms. 114 M&in St Office TI 7-2270 Home TI 72328III

Downstairs can. be made into .

-.. 4 BR single dwelling by unlocking :
9 doors. Lot 60 x 209

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size lot. FHA financing. Inquire payment.WH.

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Pare 1A The Kissimmmee-Gatrtte ThuTidaT.Deeembtr 15, I960 Judith Anne Rollins Mary Clark Circle Hibiscus Circle Diet Tlu rsda y I speak on the topic "Caadks For Kenneth Caldwelb Mrs. Byron'
I' The Lord". HBeraan,Mn. James Prather, Mnk.Norman .
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Tells Wedding Plans Held LuncheonA The Hibiscus Circle of the Kis- en, George Mansfield, Mrs. Leroy .Hostesses will be Mrs.J. Aubrey[ Kriebel and .)r.-a. Marion
simmee Garden Club met Thursday Krum. )Ira.'Oren Smith. Mrs. Carl Hildebrand, Mrs Pat Clark, Mrs. Cole. ,
", ', .' Miss Judith Anne Rollins baa covered: dish luncheon was en- Kenton, Mrs. Stetson Tarver and .
t' ... ,, i-Ji., '.1'jo' : .1Ia.: 1> ,. to Mr. Leon Henry Fertoe. Simmons for the December meeting Seckman.who was assisted by.Mrs. I
,..' ....., The ceremony will be an event of of the Mary Clark Circle of B. t. Trent i
7 'Y t r- J(' December 31st, at'seven o'clock, at
.. > First Methodist Church The! devotional was given by Presbyterian WomenTo
"j4 the
:: .. .t' the,First Methodist Church. Vows
: __ _. John A business session later Mrs. Seckman who read two poems FLOxIDA
will be read by the Reverend was Meet Monday IroosTEx
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Ai ,; ::; ;. Briley and a program of wedding held with Mrs. William Seckman entitled "For Christmas Is" i+ .
; .m music will be given by Stewart presiding. She used for her thoughtfor "Why Can't It Be!" The United Presbyterian Women YOU NAY ORDER
Chapman organist. the day "God is at Home Mrs. Mal Lamb, the presiding of the First Presbyterian Church I HALF LO BSTfc.ilHOLK
The bride who is the daughter that the next Sene1 D.llr >\ LOBSTElt
officer, announced of Kissimmee will hold their De-
Our A bt.
of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Clyde Family.
will be held January 12th i
meeting December 19th at Nil P.FA.
Rollins will be given in marriageby Mrs. Laura Parker gave the devotions -I at the home of Mrs. Carl Kenton. meeting tN$ Sr.lq OA-Ati.1LLEAT
her father. Miss Sandi Yahnkeof 8 p.m. in the educational building.
using the 12th Terse _f with Mrs. Edith Maxen assistingher 12 N
'. Fort Lauderdale will serve as John 8 and Mrs. John BrOey presented as hostess. Officers will be installed at this i .Tj 11 P.M.
,1 e,. > maid of honor and bridesmaids the program using "This Is I Those attending were Louise meeting.Mrs. :
'-' !, x will include Miss Ann Sessions His Birthday" as her subject. Thomason Elon Gnice Edith Max- William Sippel. leader will .
i' and Miss Margaret Trautwein. 4
Acting as best man will be wn-

., Liam Allen and usher-groomsmen
,. xe$ ,. win be Kendall Jowers Thomas
Fertie, of St. Cloud, both cousins SAVE qr Astor Vac Pak Coffee or'Maxwell
of the groom and L. R. Jonas

and Immediately Joe Johnson.following the ceremony House $49;

the birde's parents will en- 1
tertain at a reception at the
i rt Church Educational Building. All .
relatives and friends of the young
couple are invited to the weddingand '7 Pure Shortening

reception. r ( C 0 America's 3 Lb.Limit 1 Can with a 5 9

Gloriosa Christmas Circle Party Hold Favorite $5 Food.00'cr Order more

The Gloriosa Circle of the Kiss- 5oOD Detergent

immee their Christmas Garden Club party will Friday meet December for F Sto Gt. Pkg

16th at 2.30 p.m. at..the. BLUE ( HEER Limit I with a 5q
home of Miss Lola Lawler. $5.00 or more
The program will be a readingof Food OrderS
the Christmas story and there 1

will be a plant exchange. .
*. Catholic Women To.f h \\ _

To Hold Card Party ,

The Catholic Woman's Club ofthe
Holy Redeemer Catholic
Wed William Davis Church will hold a Christmas card 4< f Yp C4Y
party Thursday December 15th at
1:30 p.m. in the parish hall.
There will be door prizes, Table
!fro and Mrs.Ceathus Rhoades of partment in' Kissimmee. prizes and refreshments. I
SKylake. Orlando announce the en- A February wedding is planned. Dixie1 Darling
gagement of their daughter Judith I
Ann Rhoades to William Alfred Mrs W. S. Dunsmore TWIN s

Davis son of Mrs. Mary Davis of Marys and Marthas Entertains 'Circle
Kiesimmee and the late Mr. Doyle } ,N N SERVE
Davis. To Meet December 20 The Mary Summerlin Circle of
Judith is of the First Methodist Church met
a graduate' George The Marys and Marthas of the home k .
for Monday at the of Mrs. W. S.Dunsmore. n
Peabody College Teachers First Christian Church of Kissimmee 418 Brack Street, for a +r= .
where she
Nashville Tennessee met at the home of Mrs. J. R. .
cover,d dish luncheon, Mrs. Rena 't .
was a member of the Entrepeneursand
Chitwood. Mrs. W. H. Prentice was AdkinS assisting. <,
the International Club. Sheis cohostess.The .
Eighteen members and five visitors
now teaching the fifth grade atI' next meeting will be at the .
beautiful music
enjoyed organ
Central School in Kissimmee.
home of Mrs. Bob
Zamarra with
Davis is a graduate 'of Osceola Mrs. John Brannaman as to-hos- by the hostess Christmas, and later joinedin ..".
High School and has 'served 4 teas December 20. At that time I singing c: rol."TbI
I' was beautifully decorated for
years an the Navy and is now Mrs. Addie Harper will lead'in a the occasion.
Superintendent pf the Water De- candlelight devotional service.
I An inspiring program was pre> r
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:I' Follow Abide and Go. Mrs. S. A .... .
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Page 2A, The Kissimmw i Gatette;:Thursday;'December 15;.I960:Kathy Seglcr,_of,- Christmas inLondon Piano Students To .. Belittles omnipotent wisdnn.' andgives ..." """ 4'.c,

i ,and Guam;; Rowena Jewellof Present to matter the.,.,,.precedence,' MERRY CHRISTMAS! ,.
Christmas in Germany and Program ov'Ef Spirit {tSKlS
Jess Thacker interesting AND A SAFE HAP
Mayor an
Christmas ; gave Piano students from the class Catholic Youth ToSponsor' .
PartyHighlights ; story from her recent HEALTHY. PROS-'
< of E. L. Allen will present a program .
trip to the Holy Lands. R- CarwashThe .
rrtr slrv N of Christmas music at the PEROTS NEW YEAR
Invited guests included Mmes N + .
; Steffee, Alice Mattin, Ruth Church of the Nazarene Friday,
Season Mary December 16th at 7:30 teenagers of the Holy TO EVERYONE :
Nelson, Avis Griffon, Frances
Redeemer Catholic Church wiH
Those taking part are Kaye Eddie Clemons .
Brownell Kate Essie Dale, rw
o o Knox sponsor a car wash in order to
i Thicker, Polly Thacker, Hannah
Edne Seel, Alma Hetheringtofl, obtain funds for their newly organized i TROPICAL PARK .
The lovely lakefront home of favorites, led by Mrs. Robert Eby.. John Briley, Halley Wright, Inez Smith, SeBelle Smith, Inez Briley, club the Catholic Youth
Mrs. Arthur Dryer was the scene Others assisting In various capacities Tyner, Jane Kelleyf Susanne Me e p Signora Briley, Betty Sue Clark, i Organization. I I REAL ESTATE '

of a gay ChrUtmas party Friday were limes. Ruth Griffin, Fariaod, Edna Overttreet, Mary AvaDale Lancaster, Pam Thacker, The car wash will be held at I Get a FREE Christmas
night when Mrs. Dryer Mrs. Nelson1 Maknuon, Rowena Jewell, France Prather/ Liza Dean, Mary Nancy Norton Nancy Spiers rry Dumas Stanford Service cpposite .
Elizabeth Dillard annd Miss Jo Eva Doss, Daisy Mickler and the Gardner, Cora Gaylord, Sue Stevens Johnson, Peggy Thacker. the court house Saturoay, from I f Turkey with each lot.

:Makinson entertained. Misses Lola and Loftie Lawler, Lola Norm, Dorothy Nome, Also Lynette Norton, Sandra 9 to 12 a.m. i ,"' p'Q p',4
Festive Christmas decorations Katherine Autrey and Parah Sarah Norris, Julio Miles, Jean b Reed, Lynn Ribley,' Jan Harris,

placed at vantage points throughout Clark. Lupfer, Muriel Prater; and Jane Connie Autrey Wanette Ivey,Lynn
One, of the highlights of the Stanko. Jewell, Sheri Ivey, Susan Autrey,
the rooms gave the party ST.NICHOLAS VISITS SCHOOL,The children of theSt. Johns
added gaiety. evening came when ceveral 1 of the Also Mmes. Eb Jones, Mary Episcopal School were distributed gifts last week when St. Nicholas Vaughan Smith, Penny Ellis,Deb- ,'1a vu7emaM.

Several games were led by guests told of Chrlatmaies tbe; Scott, Cecille King Myrtice Pharr, portrayed bf Rkkie Gagne, visited the school Others pictured are bie Cody, Lindsay Mickler, Jerre sG.eetwe..
Sarah Clark, with prizes awardedthe had spent in other lands. Miss Marie Ledbetter Gill Brooks* Mar- Sam Lnpfer IV, Lee Grate Jr., Terri Tara), Mrs. Richard Gape, Ann Clark, Linda Schmidt, Sharon a. vawti.
winners. K. T. Tiller played' Parah Clark told of Christmas in garet Goodell Nan ADen Margaret Mrs. Duane Watts and the teacher, Mrs. Jack Varty. Schmidt, Shell Oliver Caroline
several carols at the piano and Hawaii, Miss Sarah Clark of ; Bast, Rose Bullock Ruth (Pnoto by Cooper) Phay Patricia Harper, Marie ,
all joined in singing several of the Christmas in Switzerland, Mrfc Wilder, Kamelia Hubbard, Harriett Stanko, Richelle Padgett*and Marlene A fountain of fragrance at r ;

Lathe, Mozell McGregor, Neil Padgett. !
finger tips ,
Ruble, Edith Kendrick, Hilda Beta Epsilon Beta Epsilon your "

Ivey, Susie Prather, Elaine Law Chapter HoldsChristmas Chapter Plans Shingle Creek Church ,
: ton, Jeanette Bailey, Evelyn Law-
son, Mae Kreiter, Robert Pollom, Party Christmas DanceThe Services ListedPastor _

Nell Bray.
Beta of Beta Beta Chapter of W.P. Hanks has been featuring i
Also Misses, Mary and Virginia Epsilon Chapter Epsilon
Tiller, Lulu Blakeiy: Patsy Makin- Sigma Phi held their annual Beta Sigma Phi held the regular the general subject, "God, Cologne Spray Mist ;

son, Jane Pugh<< Mary Smgeltary, Christmas patty at the Elks Club, meeting Wednesday at the Hart the ies Great of Sunday Benefactor"morning in the seri i

SAVE Mrs. Mae Welborn and Mrs." Gus Friday at 7 p.m. Special guestsat Memorial Library with Mrs. Art The one for next Sunday sermons.will be i Your favorite fragrance in long-lasting .;. '.

SSgoo Durrance. this lovely party were their Scalli presiding. "The Great Giver". The Bible easy louse spray mist form...In two con3'
husbands.The .
Final arrangements were made study at 7 P.M. wffl be on the 6th veruentsizes. '
Birth party rotfm was colorfully for the Christmas dance to be held 3 chapter of Matthew.A t
Announcement decorated with festive holiday ar December 16th at the Elks Club. Very interesting program for

rangements. The long tables carried Mrs. Jim Smith, social chairman, the youth of the church and com- WIND SONG s
Melvin and Mary Loa Gentry, outthe Christmas motif ingreenery was in charge the discussion.The munity will be led by Miss Marcie r
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. OwenL. ; voted to partici- STRADIVARI .
and were lighted ,with members Lombardy at 6 o'clock.
Godwin,of Gatorfand, annoUncethe long :tapers. pate in several charitable projects. The Christmas program of the BELOVED
birth! of j j jABANO
a seven pound son
Mrs. Lee Graves and Mrs. Bill Sunday School will be given
Before the dinner Mrs. AI Hunt on
born ,
vember Thanksgiving in morning, No- entertained the guests with lively Morse were in charge of the pro- Thursday, Dec. 22 at '7:30: P.M. and r\\\
24, San Rafael, Califor- /
music on the organ. gram, using "Our Own Home" as features the Manger scene, the ,
nia. The live the .
couple on campus served the theme. Mrs. Morse explainedby Kings of the Orient Seeking Jesus, sea s
of the Golden Gate Forty-one guests were a
Baptist pictures how a center of interest Kings Finding Jesus, and closing
delicious steak dinner. Followingthe
Theological Seminary where Mel- and made the with "The '
can played a pantomine, Holy City"with
vin is in.his, second year'.of study. dinner the members exchanged focal point of interest. She broughtout Mrs.Joe Lombardy as soloist. 1
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secret sister i presents and each 7C ; lt 1 !
how color can be used to enhance The general public are invited to
husband was presented with a gift.
and to give the illusion of this service.
T ? iniof Mrs. Jim Smith was l in chargeof enlarging the size of the rooms.
'- this social function and the following Mrs. Graves gave pointers on ;

'2IAlJ' Book Q members and their hus- lighting and its importance. She Christian Science

""V For bands attended: Mr. and Mrs. told ,what to do to make a housea Announced"Is
Gfa Clyde Bass Mr. and Mrs. Bob home.. They climaxed the discUssion Topics t ____
You Berlinsky, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Caldwell with the quotation "It the Universe, Including Man,

,. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ingram, takes a heap of living to make a Evolved by Atomic Force!" Will ruslct sumuhw ; JPq
VALUED Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mikells, Mr. be'the subject of the LessonSermon

l( J'i Reg. $175.00/ _Friendly a be then p.opte toMrtkom? invite{ ,*you yw.Cod's ....*. and Mrs. Wells Moon, Mr. and house Mrs.a Evelyn home. Lawson and )frs.George. services at Christian Science- church .$350 IQJC plus

Mrs.,Jennings Overstreet, Mr. and Sunday.
.Word jwO inspirerod.. Muller served delicious re- ,
$1nOOONLY Mrs. Ed Phay, Dr. and Mrs.- J. Z. freshments to the following members Scriptural selections will include ra sr.w ; ?, il
Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. John Spencer Christ Jesus' striking response to
Mmes. Clyde Bass,
__1 iRiNa:!: ( A.FRIEND: I Mr..and Mts. Raymond Yates Caldwell: Byron Hileman. Al Hunt, his disciples' call for help during $'" lox pl"s .
U U Mr.. and Mrs. Pat Clark, Mr. and Bill Ingram, Bud Mike)]. Wells the tempest at sea: '

Mrs.Lee Graves, Mr. and Mrs.Jim Mton' Jennings Overstreet, J. Z. 'And his disciples came to him, l; .,. .. > a
Bible Study _____ 3:45: a.m. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmidt, John Spencer, Raymond and awoke him, saying, Lord, save ,-

X450 WEEKLYBENTON'S Training Union:,--:.'6:15 pjo. White, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Watts Yates, Pat Clark, Charles White, us: we perish. And he saith unto
Worship Services Mr. and Mrs. Art Scalli, Mr. and Duane Watts, Tom Kessler and them Why are ye fearful, 0 yfe of
Mrs. Byron Hileman and Mrs. AI little faith! Then he arose, and e- ':moll liz*eva'lobl.
11:00'a.m. p.. ;
&: 7:39 1 Miss June Rogers. '
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Hunt, Mrs. Esther Pollom, and rebuked the winds and the sea; + r" for a CffliUd time onREFRESHMENT /

Miss June Rogers. and there was a great calm" (Mat-

BAPTISTCHURCH WCTU To Meet thew 8:25.: 26)).
A correlative citation to be read
The Woman's Christian
JEWELRY Temperance from "Science and Health with
Birth Announcement Union will hold its regular
Key to the Scriptures" by Mary r
monthly meeting: consisting of its
"11 its from Benton its guaranteed" CHWCH ST.VkNO tftOUU: AVt i and Tmdall Baker Eddy states:: "The belief F
tr.I,P:ArFloi, Postor Dr. Mrs. John P. Christmas program, Thursday at
that the universe, including ,
announce the birth of a son, Char 7:30 p.m. at the Church of the '
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109 TI-6-3711 is governed general by i
j Broadway tes Laxton, born December 8th, at Nazarene. iI

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.The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, December 15, 1960 Page 3A
Tax: Collections Bring $645,670.10; I The St. Cloud Story

As another protest was received he.feels to be exorbitant. and eon:

i''j regard: to the size of a tax bill, fiscatory."The By ALMA HETHERINGTON 1 'Livestock ShowCommittees
Tax Collector Ed Pound disclosed payment of these taxes
iha / collections up to Tuesday is made under: protest for that The St. Cloud Tribune of Sept. "Building a Town at Station on

.night totaled $645,670.10. reason that Mr. Hayman has no % 2, 1920 announced that Osceola East Coast K. V. Branch," head-
))1a ', he?said is 68.09 percent of, yet concluded what course of action 1 ar.s a-I ; County Republicans were first to lined a story of the settlement of NamedThe
thetotal; county 'tax po1LShe .he must. follow to protect his receive the right of women to of- the saw-mill town 17 miles east
'protest was received froma rights." 1 1Y + fice. At a mass meeting in the of St. Cloud. (K. V. was for Kiss- Kissimmee Valley Livestock Participation by the business and
Polk Couhty agricultural agent I Copies of the letter to Pound = 0 y GAR Hall two women were namedon immee Valley). "Holopaw, a stopping Show board of directors named professional leaders, by the insertion -
who.paid his taxes under protest. were sent to the tax assessor, the -- et.x a partial ticket. These were for point for trains on the East committees and provided increased of ads and felications in the
.County Officials) received letters! county commission and school e.ft county superintendent of public Coast extension from Maytown to premiums for the 1961 show to beheld Silver Spurs Rodeo program, provides
from Holland Bevis, McRae, and:!: board.A ft instruction, :Mrs. Laura Lee, and Okeechobee, will soon be worthyof at the Livestock Pavilion on the bulk of the funds for the
SmJtk.'Bartow law firm, in behalfof check of the records shows for school board member, Mrs. the title of 'town. This station Route 441, midway between Kis- Livestock Show which is the equivalant -
W. P. Hayman. that Hayman owns at least 10,211 Barber. of the usual fair.
Minnie has been the nearest stopping pointof simmee and St. Cloud February county
The ',lay firm lent Hayraan'i acres in Osceola County and that !' A week later a story announcedthat that road to St. Cloud and the I 22-26, 1961.President. Plans are in progress for the
check for 14,151X5 along with he paid $1,165.30 in taxes on that ; Mrs. W. H. Murray was the passengers that have had to wait I Carlyle Bronson announced largest and moat interesting dis-
the-letter to Ed Pound, tax: collector land last year. That would make first woman in St. Cloud to regis. for trains in the old station, will that the committee had play of exhibits in .he Show's his
Chesterfield H..Smith, of the increase in his taxes $2,985.75. ter for voting in the coming elec I be glad to learn of the improvement voted to increase the premiumsand tory. Twenty-five percent of the
the law firm wrote Birth tion, she having taken her hus- I and building operations now to award equal premiums for 42 exhibit booth spaces are allotedto
"This payments is made under AnnouncementMr. rAe band, who was blind to the regis- under way at that point. The Con- all breeds to promote added interest educational and agricultural dis
protest: and without a waiver' of and Mrs. Raymond Bowen .. : r tration office on Tuesday, and solidated Naval Stores Companyand in exhibiting stock at the Kis- plays. Three awards will be made
J, any of the legal rights which Mr. announce the birth of a 9 Ib. 4. oz. registered 'both herself and hus- their associated companieshave simmee Valley Show, the largest for the most attractive booths in
layman has to recover all or any girl, Ida Lisa, born November 29that band on the General Election started building operations to exhibition of thoroughbred cattlein an effort to upgrade the quality of
part of this tax: payment which\! the Florida Sanitarium. books. operate a saw-mill and turpentinestill central Florida. the displays.

w St. Cloud was conceded to have 'and lumber is already on the Committee named to conduct the

pore voters than any other one ground,and several houses already Livestock Show are, Program and I .4 #\\11 qllf'l4"' In11II
precinct in the county. S. W. Porter occupied. The plans call for the Exhibits, Jim Killip, Chairman; 1
Frank Poffenbaugh and Willet f$10 DOWN ,$7 MO.I.
H:1Ne 1A was the registration officer.It erection of 60 dwelling houses, the
I was decided by Judge D. turpentine still and a saw-mill and Miller; Carnival Committee, Jim Eddie Clemons f
Smith, Chairman and Sherwood 1
Stuart Gillis in Tallahassee that in addition, the company is con TROPICAL PARK
Kif'1 1
women did not have to tell their road north from Brown; Livestock Committee, \ *
structing a new
ages in registering for the General! Holopaw to the Dixie Highway by Hancock, Chairman Bill Kinner, 1| REAL ESTATE fat
June Gunn, A. L. Bullis and Cecil
Election, but it was required for where it crosses the railroad at a Whaley; Premium List Bob Cody, 1 1 I Carroll Sf. on the f,
,4 the Primary Election. point three miles north. This new Chairman, Clifford and {1 7
y The Yellow Pine Operating Com road will give the people of the June Gunn. i!trail in Kissimmee. J JIt
%a r pany of Palatka purchased during Crab Grass section a shorter routeto
Funds allocated for the
were Open anytime day ornight
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the first week of Sept. 1920, 15- St. Cloud and will be much ap promotion of increased attendancein I
000 acres of round timber situated preciated. The companies operat- [
the exhibit area, to provide fr
in Osceola and Orange Coun- ing have several thousand acres new signs, free drawing for prizes, It: GET A. FREE '
The Great Sells & ties. The tract was the property of timber in that section of the
BIG OTTO.GIANT 3 TON HIPPOPOTAMUS- of awards for craft exhibits, educational -
7 Gray 3-RifE Circus w coming to Kissimmee, Wednesday, December Columbus Downing of Brunswick. county and their operations will displays square dance dem- i Get a FREE Christmas!

28 for performances at 2 and 8 sponsored by the AmerUan Ga. mean much to the county at onstration and other features to turkey[ with each lot.|
will at 1 and 7 pm_There are A large delegation of veteransof large." be announced.
the menageries
Legion. Doors to open ...'
7 the Re- :iID T I'I"'" ttiS }i#Tl 'OUtM W'
more than 100 people traveling with the big show this season in the Grand Army of
addition to 20 billposters, agents and advertising men who travel in public, Ladies of the GAR and y 'J4 JG&e&& *e *%gI .
utilized for transportation. More Women's Relief Corps, Sons and .
advan e. Two special convoys are
... than 50 wild animals and a herd of 6 elephants are promised. Big Daughters of Veterans, left to attend t >>
Otto one of the largest hippopotamus in captivity: weighing three the annual encampment and S
't tons, will be seen in the menagerie. The Flying Nelsons, aerialists convention in Indianapolis, Ind. .

Fill your bag at Hunt Bros. '. electric from Vienna; the Avalon trio equilinrists and the Jordan family of Said the issue of Sept. 16, 1920 1 SNYDER'S DUTCH KITCHEN.
{English acrobats will be seen in the three rings. These are only of the St. Cloud Tribune, "It is !

razors costume jewelry perfumes highlights of the big show performance beginning at 2 and 8 p.m. understood that the delegates fromSt. '
Doors open at 1 and 7 pan. On the circus grounds at 10:30 a.m. the Cloud will place the matter of
end cosmetics cameras candy wild animals will be fed. The public is invited to witness this the location of a soldiers' home in 1 I \
strange sight especially school children and teachers -. no costor this city before the encampment Announces they will be
.- toys .
obligation entirely free! and convention, with a .view .to i .
for Christmas! having the Sears bill providing lor :
Grissom Attends such a home receive the endorse-
St. Cloud Railroad

Club To MeetThe Directors Meeting tions.ment of all the veterans' organiza- -7 OPEN SUNDAYS & CHRISTMAS :

dward: C. Grissom, Jr., memberof This issue also reported that
annual meeting of the St. the State Board of Funeral Directors "On the invitation of Congressman -

Cloud Railroad Club' will be held I for Florida, was in Tampa W. J. Sears, Dr. D. K. Rutter CLOSED ON MONDAY
at the St. Cloud community houseon I Sunday evening and Monday at- has consented to come to St. Cloud
tending a Board meeting at the next Thursday afternoon at 4 ftft
iIi4 Wednesday, December 21st. Tampa Terrace Hotel. I o'clock to address a meeting of the 4 ,
Election of officers will be held Besides Grissom other membersof I. women of St. Cloud in order to "
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an interesting program. Winter Haven; Harry Wadlington of this city and of this vot- .
Dinner will be :served at 12 o'clock.As Hollywood; J. O. Blackburn, ing precinct exercising their newly .
_. this meeting is so close to Robert M. Naugle, Jack- this .
-' Chipley; given privilege of voting year. platters as usualSNYDER'S
-- - Christmas, those attending'' are sonville; Edward Harper, Pensa- Dr. Rutter is an able minister of
asked to bring a small gift for cola and Dr. Wilson Sowder/State the Gospel who has kept in touch

J( the grab bag. All railroad men Health Officer, Jacksonville.: The with the campaign for adoption of i. :
and their wives are invited .to at- State Attorney General furnishesthe the women suffrage amendmentin
tend. Board with legal counsel. the United States as well as be- '

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1A The Kissirnmee"Cs ette, Thttrtdar.Deeembtr 15, I960 Judith Anne Rollins Mary Clark'Circle. : Hibiscus Circle MetTJiursday f The speak Lord"on 'the. topic "Caadks- For Kenneth Caldwelb. James Prather Mrs. ByronHfteraanMn. Mnk.Norman '

ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Tells Wedding Plant Held LuncheonA The Hibiscus Circle of the Kis- en, George Mansfield. Mrs. Leroy .Hostesses will be Mrs.J. Aubrey[ Kriebel and .)/I.-s. Marion I
Club met Thurs- Khun. Mrs.'Oren Smith. Mrs. Carl Hildebrand, Mrs. Pat Clark Mrs. Cole.
simmee Garden
Miss Judith Anne Rollins' baa covered: dish luncheon was en- Kenton, Mrs. Stetson Tarver aDd .
'- .. s I- "':\-w,yr": : '. Y., I announced final plans for her wedding joyed at the home of Mrs-Henry day at the home of Mrs. Freda Irs. Nobbs. .
,, to Mr. Leoh Henry Fertie. Simmons joy the December meet- Seckman.who was assisted by.Mrs.
; '.' The ceremony will be an event of B. E.
: :{' ': <. ,, ing of the Mary Clark Circle of Trent
at'seven o'clock, at
December 31st,
::'!',,;;, '.P ': the,First Methodist Church. Vows the First Methodist Church. The! devotional was given by Presbyterian WomenTo e: +' BROILED
.,' will be read by the Reverend John A business session was later Mrs. Seckman who read two poems Meet Monday FLORID.IP
"' :: -.q;:. entitled "For Christmas la" 'and
,: '.' J'f"q:" Briley and a program of wedding held with Mrs. William Seckman w, .
: t music will be liven by Stewart presiding. She used for her thought I "Why Can't It Bet- The United Presbyterian Women YOU MAT ORDER
Chapman organist. for the day "God is at Home in Mrs. Mal Lamb, the presiding of the First Presbyterian Churchof / HALF LOBSTKIlWHOLK
Sene4 D.Q,
The bride who is the daughterof 1 that the next LOBSTER
officer, announced Kissimmee will hold their De-
and Mrs. Clyde Our Family. 11:30 A fin.
Mr Benjamin :
Rollins will be given in marriage. Mrs. Laura Parker the devotions meeting will be held January 12th cember meeting December 19th at
gave at the home of Mrs. Carl Kenton. INH 1i1tP.M. OR ALL TOU
her father. Miss Sandi Yahnkeof 8 p.m. in the educational building. 'CAti EAT
I7 ',- by using the 12th Terse _f with Mrs. Edith Maxen assistingher I 12
Fort Lauderdale, will serve as John 8 and Mrs. John Brfley presented as hostess. Officers will be installed at this I ?J 11 P.M.
maid of honor and bridesmaids the program using "This Is Those attending were Louise! meeting.Mrs. : '
.. ,,a s: r f .. will include Miss Ann Sessions His Birthday" as her subject. Thomason, Elon Guice Edith Max- William Sippel leader will 1
.W Ty 1 and Miss Margaret Trautwein.
Acting as best man will be William -
Allen and usher-groomsmen
win be Kendall Jowers Thomas>
Fertie, of St. Cloud, both cousins SAVE ar Astor Vac Pak Coffee or
of the groom and I.. B. Jonas

and Immediately Joe Johnson.following the ceremony Maxwell House $49;

xi the birde's parents will en-
tertain at a reception at the
Church Educational Building. All .
relatives and friends of the young
couple are invited to the weddingand '7 pure Shortening

Y Gloriosa reception.Circle 1 HoldChristmas ( C 0 America's Favorite 3 Lb.Limit$5.00 Food'1 cr Order Con with more a 5 9

x b Gloriosa Circle of the Kiss- Detergent

immee their Christmas Garden Club party will Friday meet December for- oD So Gt.

16th at 2:30. p.m. at the BLUE ( HEER Limit I ; 5q
.home of Miss Lola Lawler. $5.00 or
The program will be a readingof Food
the Christmas story and there ,
will be a plant exchange. <
Catholic Women To,; -

To Hold Card Party
The Catholic Woman's Club ofthe r
Holy Redeemer Catholic 1 / s x .
Wed William Davis Church will hold a Christmas card
party Thursday December 15th at
1:30 p.m. in the parish hall.
There will be door prizes Table
Mr.and Mrs.Ceathus Rhoades of partment in' Kissimmee. prizes and refreshments. ;b ,y rMpi
SKylake. Orlando announce the en- A February wedding is planned. ; 'Ir Dixie Darling
gagement of their daughter Judith
Ann Rhoades to William Alfred Mrs. W. S. Dunsmore II TWI N A a
Davis son of Mrs. Mary Davis of Marys and Marthas Entertains CircleThe
Kiesimmee and the late Mr. Doyle SERVE
Davis. To Meet December 20 Mary Summerlin Circle of
Judith is of the First Methodist Church met
a graduate- for George The Marys and Marthas of the Monday at the home of Mrs. W. S. I.
Peabody College Teachers First Christian Church of Kissimmee
418 Brack Street, for a
where she
Nashville Tennessee met at the home of Mrs. J. R. .
covet.4 dish luncheon, Mrs. Rena 't .
was a member of the Entrepeneursand .
Chitwood. Mrs. W. H. Prentice was AdkinS c
assisting. <
the International Club.. Sheis cohostess.The .
Eighteen members and five visi%
now teaching the fifth grade atI' next meeting will be at the .
tors enjoyed beautiful organ musk
Central School in Kissimmee.
home of Mrs. Bob Zamarra with
Davis is a graduate 'of Osceola Mrs. John Brannaman as o-hos- by the hostess and later joinedIn ..., ..-
Christmas .. ;
I' High School and has 'served 4 teas December 20. At that time I home singing cards.: The
years an the Navy and is now Mrs. Addie Harper will lead in -a was beautifully decorated for
the occasion.
Superintendent pf the Water De- candlelight devotional service. fr39F '
I An inspiring program was pre->
sented by Mrs. John Thoman emphasizing -

the four words -Come;
:I' Follow Abide and Go. Mrs. S. A: f<> :
E r Willis in her devotional stressed I ;
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N H <<' ..IX FLORIDA THE NAME: OF*THE STATE Of; The, Kisslmpee C ThnrsdaJiJDeeember 15,1960_ '_ _Page 5A.,

Legal Notice I TO 248 RAYMOND THE Martin. DEFENDANTS U Drive CITRON. : writing and must state the place of C0nfe- -*.os will be eat yed against

Vials, residence of the claimant and.m' each. ofrou for relief demanded
Sierra Arizona
{ sword (6 by the claimant hid Io th the
c I BUSNESS_ DIRECTORY I 248 Martin Drive .Agent er attorney er the same wilt *- WiTkESJJ ray hand and offltlat
.*THE anenT comT FOR THE Sierra Vista, Arizona- become vtd aect>rding-to, law. seal of office at Kts tmrae Osceola
:\I\TH .n oiciai CIRCUIT OKJUUR1DA AND TO. ALL PAKtIES CLAIMING This the nth day of November County Florida this bib day of L>erember. -
IN CHANCERYLNO.Y617t HARRY Executor: of the Estate of Court
"" "" """ """""" ,""_. ",,,,, "" "" """ .."" "" ...... ..... . . ".' ZEStSS: PUinttff. vs. WILLIAM C. NAMED TO:NATURAL ALL PARTIES DEFENDANTS.AND HAVING Ralph BiddU Hansen!; -lr.. 5- Cy /./ BHanore O. Jow era
Can STATE CFUYF TO. AND TO 1HE DEKCRIBED Attorney at LawKUsimftMe. Dec Ii, 82t 89: Jan.S.CHRISTIAN_ _

For Prompt Repair of Tour hit baa been Instituted against yon Lots No. 1. 10. 11 and 12 of I
I REFRIGERATOR.Phone 11\ the above atyled cause In thebore Block 1(5 of the Town of St. The ClrrsK Court. f tae MathJudicial SOCIETY
with all purchases entitled Court to foreclose a Cloud, osceoia County Ctreall. .f FUrlda. la sad
r.rt&: : fey Unrrala ( .
TI -2171 dart or I mortgage recorded: In OtftcUl Rec- according to the Mat of ty. IB t'h..feyy.IIURTGAIE 10* K. Randolph -
I INSTALLMENTAUTO roa .$ook 23. page 27t In the public Town filed in the office of the FtlREtLOSlRBIAB Sunday SerTicea 11 sun.fettnaaj .
1t TI ft-8579 sights records \O. U1l
of osceoia County, Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court In
Heeling the following described and for Osceoia County, Florida, THE BUILDERS! MORTGAGE COR I School ':30 fJn.
ANDERSON'SGARAGE property: PORATION. Wed. Night S ,"M 8 ...m.
The First LOTS 22. JJ, 14 and JS in New Loots 1 and 2. Block /1. according a.Florida corporation !
Eden on the Lake. Unit 15, according to the Public Records of the Plaintiff. "
STEVE'SRADIATOR to the official plat City of bt. Cloud, Usceola County. C.FORT
Bank J. and GLORIA FORT Ms
thereof as recorded amongthe State of frlortda.
REPAIRSales public records of Osceola County You. and each of you. are notified wife LLOYD LAMER and. EVELYN Kissimmee
ol KISSIMfEETRANSJT..MIX *lorlda in I'lat Book 1, page I that a suit to quiet title to the ZANIER, his wife
and Service I above described property has been Defenants.NOTICE
RiscimmeeMessber 4J-u
Federal Deposit We take off and install 22 S. Bermuda Ave.; that unless ARE you:HEREBY file ,an NOTIFIED answer or i by filed required against to you serve and a yvn copy are of here your State of Florida: OF ToLloyd liCIT Lanier Bonding Co

issamee C.r.. Phone TI 66671 radiators other responsive pleading with the answer to the Bill of Complaint on and Evelyn Lanier his wife, whore I 24 Hour Service
Main Clerk of the said Court on or before the Plaintiffs attorneys, uraves & residences and address are un-
922 St. TI
6-5041 he 11th. day of January. A.D. 1SS1 i'atteson. i9 Giralda.Avenue. Coral known. FRED KEISER
a decree pro conlesso will be enter- Gables Florida, and tile the original You are hereby notified that a Ph. TI 7-2022 511 SL
Gazette Adrertising Pays Gazette Advertising Pays ed agaiattt you for the relief demanded In the office of the Clerk of tne suit for mortgage foreclosure has Injnm
,.. In the complaint filed hereIn. Circuit Court on or before the JJrd been flied against you In the abort
STOVES REFRIGERATORS This notice will be published day of December, 190; otherwise entitled cause affecting all of your
once each week for four consecutlr the allegations of said complaintwill right, title, and interest in and to
Used Help! Hela! weeke. be taken aa confessed against the following described property: HAMMOND
DONE AND ORDERED at Kissim- Lot 4. Block l> of Beat's Highland '
GREEN'S FUELSales FURNITURESewell mee, Osceola Ce-nnty. "Florida this you.Dated the 17th'day November, Courts Addition. Plat Book ORGAN
RIEDEL LESESNEEmployment and day of December 1960.ft 19 1, page 32S, Public Records ofOsceoia
_ Thurmond' Agency / GLENN RAY V.GLENN RAY. Clerk of the. County, Florida, also
and Service Clerk of the Circuit Court Circuit Court General Electric Stove. Model SALES SERVICE
1015 W. Church 1745 Kohl (Seal.t) Nov. Zt, Dec. 1-8-15 No. J01SWH; General Electric
Phone TI 6-2171 TI 6-7141 Funeral Home ORLANDO 933 BRACE ST. Phillip n. Kelley Refrigerator. Model No. LB 108C1. LESSONS RENTALSSee
KISSIMMEEFor U East Monument ; Coleman Space Heater,
U'. O. Bex JU) Model 870 on said properly;
Gas Delivery Phone 107,Emmett St. Klaslmmee. Florida TO ALL WHOM> IT LAW and that you are hereby required to the HammondOn
ATTORNEY FUR PLAINTIFFDec. serve a copy of your answer or
i George It Davis Stroup TI TI 6-6903 6-8014 SUNNILAND TRAVEL BUREAU 8. ..15. 22. Z,. MAY NOTICE CONCERN IS HEREBY: GIVEN other Chiles written& Ellsworth defense plaintiffs upon Display At

that ptotsttant to the -Fictitious whose address la U: South GEHRETf APPLIANCE
R. A. Fletcher TI 6-5511 "
AMBULANCE ORMOND A. McABEE Name Statute, &c11oo..l6i.II' of the Kentucky Avenue, Lakeland Florida
Jimmie JefferiesTW ieuo IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE I
1941 Florida Statutes, the undersigned on or before the 1'tlday f In Kissimmee
2-2265 (SL Cloud) '% Air Bus Steamship rickets NINTH kLORIDAIN JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT OF who are the only parties Interested January, net, and before oY immediately ?-'
I SERVICE In the hereinafter named thereafter I
U file with the
For Gas Service PhoneJ. .
M COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. R. C. business enterprise will present Keller's Music Co.
Clerk of the above Court
B. Rountree TI 6-7574 $* Tours and Cruisesi IACY and ADA ),IACY, his wife. proof of publication of this Notice original of said answer styled or said. written tM
(j'a t/o\ al B. H. McUELJ AN et and register with the Clerk of the GA s b505 Orlando
Robert Allen TI 6-3084 30 E. Pine St.. Orlando Fla. CHerry 1-5321 u x \\lffi...v Defendants SUIT TO Circuit Court of Osceoia County, defense. If any -
I If fail to do decree
Leo Girourd TI 72061R. I you so. pro
TI 63201Carl QUIET TITLE. NOTICE OF SUIT Florida, the fictitious name "Kls-
H. Hall TW_ 2-6202.St.Cloud "'HE. STATE'OF FLORIDA TO B.H. simmee Jumpln Gjrmlny," under
McLELLAN and Mc- businesson
which they are engaged in /
or call IL T. Simmons, Mp- NOW LELLAN, his wife If he be married North Orange Blossom Trail,
TI 6-2761 W. Riedel It living, and if dead, their unknown KIssimmee, Osceoia County Florida,
M. J. Stanko TI 6-2144 heirs at law legatees, devisees and this 17th day of November.. A.D. BOWLING
For Kerosene Call grantees residence unknown; and 19611.
R. Coy Conrad any and all persons claiming Interests YC*. O. TAYLOR .
by through under or against MILDRED TAYLOR
he above named known persons:
Funeral Directors and 'any and all persons having or IV THE COURT OF TUB COUNTY 10 ajn. 6 OPEN BOWLING
BASS'Pure claiming any rlithtf title or interest JLDGE.; IX AiD: FOR OStKOLAtotJNTV. 6:30 .12 TEAM BOWLINGTUESDAY
L in, and to ::1 described FLORIDA.IN p.m. p.m.
ands located Osceoia County, RE ESTATE OF II. E. BROWN
AACThe FUEL OIL to-wit All that: part of the Southeast deceased.OTItH TO CREDITORSTO 6:30 pun, 12p.m.. TEAM BOWLING1mDNESDAY
& Service Quarter of the Northwest quar- ALL CREDITORS; LEGATEES
Nation's Leading Fertilizer White Kerosene ter of the Southeast quarter of DISTRIBUTEES, ,AND ALL PERSONS
e18% NORMAL PHOSPHATE Section 2, Township 2 i South HAVING CLAIMS UR DEMANDS 10 a.m.-6 p.m. OPEN'BOWLING
ell QUALITY GROUND we give Burns Clean TI 7-2023 Range 28 East Osceoia County. AGAINST SAID ESTATE: \ 6:30.p.m.-12 pjn. TEAM BOWLING
}Honda lying South and Westof You and each of you are hereby
PHOSPHATE ROCK TV STAMPS the Klsslmmee-Vineland notified and required to present .
let our Ranch and Gro,.. Jack Bass, Distributor Amoco Products Road (State Road No. 615)). any claims which you. or either of 16. ajfa. 6 p.m. OPEN'BOWLINGft3
Service apply fertilizer NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that you, may have against the estate of THUR..SDAY .
Spreader p.m. TEAM BOWLING
Plaintiffs have Instituted suit H. K. Brown also known as Horace 12 pjn.
and dolomite Iimtatone. against you in the above styled K. Brown, deceased, late of Oaceola
SKH US AUW "UKECOJOll.Y Court to quiet the title of Plaintiffs County, Florida to the County MIXED DOUBLES TEAMS;BOWL THURSDAY 5 P'I.FRIDAY .
PRICES HEARING AID SERVICEand In and to the above described prop- Judge of safd County at his office '
erty, and you are hereby summoned In the Courthouse at Kla>llmmee. r
SALES SERVICE 1V ordered and required to file your Florida, within eight calendar 10 it Jn. .12 pjn. OPEN BOWLINGSATURDAY
Ranch and Grove written answer or defenses to the month. from the date of the first
for all makes and models Complaint filed In the above styled publication of this Notice. Each
cause In the office of the Clerk of claim or demand must be In writingand
Spreader Service v the Circuit Court for the :Ninth Judicial most state the -place of residence 12
Circuit of Florida. In and fnrOsceola of the claimant and must be 9. SJRI. p Jn. OPEN BOWLINGSUNDAY'
Trained Consultant available Tues :
Factory County, at his office In the sworn to by the claimant, his agentor
KISSIMMEE Courthouse! In KIssimmee. Florida, the will become -
attorney or same
... day in Kissimmee and Friday in St. Cloud. .. on or before the Uth day of December void according to law.
FEED STORE .v O.V'V. A.D. I960, and to serve a copythereof .This the 30th day of November, A.D. 12 Noon.- 12 Midnight OPEN BOWLING
AJAX PLUMBING on Plaintiffs' attorney, 1960.>>
PHONE TI 6-2821 ; < Evenings By Appointment whose name and address Is set out JERRY LEE BROWN ,.
below. Should you fall to do so, Decree Executor of the Estate of ""
SUPPLY 4 Pro Confesso will be entered H. E. ,Brown also known as

r ills best > Lowest Prices: In the Area" 4 PARTIN JEWELERS Clerk against lid WITNESS Court and my the band seal as of Murray Horace W Overstreet E. Brown, Jr.deceased. I PLEASE NOTE: 6:30 p.m. '. 12 p.m. Monday through
is reserved for bowling. All other hoursare
PLUMBING FIXTURES said. Court at Klsslmmee, Osceola Attorney for Executor Thursday team
.. KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD County Florida, this isth day ofNovember ;. P.O. Box 492, Kisglmmee. Fla. for open bowling.
VISIT OUR A. D. 1360. Dec. 8, 15, 21, 29.


PIPES AND FITTINGS 4. Oaceola County, FloridaCT. \OTIt l.TO CREDITORS... ,
la the Court f the ( ty Judge ENJOY YOURSELF
I 1131 West Church St. ( CT. SEAL) On _la oaaty. Florida
Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. IN RE THE ESTATE OK .
I I Orlando Phone GA 37167Radio STEEL SALESANY' Attorney for Plaintiff RALUH DIDDLE HANS ELL. JR.

I. ... A..... ..... ......... P.O.E Box ,492 Florida. mtKlssiramee *all Creditors, Legatees Deceased.To Dis. '"We'l P1'Kiaftlppor"lut> patronage. :-:
NOT. 24, Dec. 1-8-15
tributees, and all Persons having
DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT Claim or Demands against said PHONE TI 7-2866 '

and Competitively Priced MNTII JI"Did 41, CIRCUIT IN Tou and each of you are hereby ,
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES AMI* FOR < ,*<'KOLA COOTY; ; notified and required to present say
COMTLETE HORS FTIINISIUSCS FLORID,,4.HT claims which you or either of you
[ TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS CHANCERY Ito S90 mar have against the estate of Bowl Lanes
TV FURNITURE CO. PAUL M. DRAWDY and Ralph Biddle Hansell, Jr. deceased,
PARKS PAULINE' B.DRAWDY.' his wife. late of Osceola County,. Florida, to
Kissimmee St. Cloud Horse Trailers and Utility Trailers Plaintiffs the County Judge of said County athis
office la the Court House at KIssimmee. -
Built and
Repaire4Complete RAYMOND L. CITRON and Florida, within eight calendar HIGHWAY .441 EAST IN KISSIMMEE
mobile welding shop all work guaranteed. SHIRLEY CITRON, his wife. months from the date of the
f Defendants. first publication of this Notice.
NOTICE TO APPEAR 'Each claim or demand must be la
Old Orlando Hwy. near Lrrestock Market. ,

Rt. 1 Box 258 A Kis imme
I Because they ride easier they last longer..loo.They take better f Care of

1 LOU YOUNG WELDING I 1 wo payloads and they make a long day' worfc a lot more pleasant for the
PHONE TI 6-789 driver. All that-primarily because of 'Independent Front SuspensionI.F.S.

( .). If you think It's stretching a point to attribute that many advantages

I ( to a suspension system you haven't driven a new'Chevy with

\ I.F.S. Take the wheel and f.ellts road-leveling ride;! its almost total

absence of shimmy and wheel fight. Its ease of steering.even W the
Iiiii A R 0 E R
RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL and INDUSTRIAL big'rigs. Spend hours behind the wheel and you're not nearly: as tired.

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTINGLicensed ROTH ROCK You're not and neither is the truck.That Independent suspension Soaks

and Bonded up the worst shock and vibration-the kind that cart twist! sheet metal

FREE ESTIMATESCHILDERS and loosed Joints $nd Increase your maintenance costs. Thafs,why

I ELECTRIC I SEPTIC TANK CO. "- S B ECAU S E IH EY Chevy trucks. keep on working and saving for extra thousands 6f f miles.

Culvert Tile for Driveways '

Where Quality Counts" ,.. ,.. ...
13 MONUMENT OFFICE PHONES TI &2981- TI 7-2121 Septic Tanks-a size for every need S RIDE EAS'IER' ."_' '-ro.-, --'" 1-kfM INsMN *Ml"t ." M6Nr/

NIGHT PHONE TI 7-2703 Cement Work-Z80 Gallon Crease Traps *ii"i.: ''j1' i. ; ::" e.gnha lilt ISLE

-of .. t' rain raid stock nfMttracik ., ,"""""
15 Years Experience. s -. t aw tract /A'' M).MTM4UM.
t .
i THE K. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator.r ,


First Notional Bonk Located at Kisslmaiee Translt-Mli Co. "I t ;" f


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John E. Carroll.__President! John E. Carroll Jr.: 1 r

U. S. ChaJlIlU1L Vice President ,..Assistant Cashier and : I THE PERFECT GIFT FOR : -{ -

Florence N. StulT-Vice Pres. Installment Loan OfficerU. : .


Lucile Squires...Asst. Cashier t '
Emma B. QairkAssL Cashier trio Bronson John E.Carroll :
Allen D. Carroll G.H.Prather Ellis F.Davis Special GAZETTE \j ( GM a oaf See

Assistant Cashier u.S.Chapman B.O.l'artm ;

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. |1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES TO f _

Each Depositor Insured Up T. 10.000 Balance

Kissimmee's Friendly hank'i SERVICE MEN 1 vr. $2.00 \it IM4 I V _NM

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Till ChristmasLETTY'S -"
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Extra Quality Blocks [ FABRIC SHQWE -, .

At No Extra Cost ... New York Ave. at I lth.| _Sf.. .Cfoud I ,, ..'7 .

f 1 i A. NEW SERVICE See the Chevrolet and Coeyair95 trucks at your local authorized,Ghevrolet dealer's. .

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Page 6A The Kisslmmee Gazette,Thursday, December 15,1960 Eleven File Suits To Free 30 Cot ----

Needlework Guild
Eleven Massachusetts persons wont accept it and he has refusedto
have filed suit here against L. S. release the property.The .

Orange Gardens Jottings Brings Happiness Harris to free 40 lots in Kissimmee take charge suit ,asks allow that the the deposit Judge of
i liens,
Isles from mortgage recordsin $12,000 with the court clerk, and
the office of Circuit Court Clerk. release the property.
By, i "It is a wonderful feeling to er, Mrs. Donald Cooperrider, secretary Glenn Ray show. Those named' as plaintiffs: in the
Y know that tucked away in a closetis and: directors, Mrs. Elmore The 11, through an Orlando at- suit are Dr. Joseph H. Lipton, Dr.
.. ANNA J. REYNOLDSAmong a layette for Jennie's new baby- Lake, Mrs. George Glover, Mrs. torney, claim they are willing to Abraham Gardner Robert Sneid-
pay the amount required ia the D. J. Stanley Carp Dr.
a new pair of jeans for Billy or a James Spence, Mrs. Agnes Brin erman
mortgage agreement, 12000. The Charles White Leonard Alyward
pretty new frock forMaryand son, Mrs. Gustav Bacharach.Mrs.
--- was'made
between Har-
agreement A.
Nathan Supovitz, Benjamin
the inherent rights of I-y, why son* are not. We wantedto all through the "work of the B. oammage will be guest ris and Sam Goldman, also of Mas Glosband, George Young Stephan
Needlework Guild. So said Mrs.
man as set forth by the signersof discover what happy old folks speaker at the annual meeting January sachusetts. Ferrari and Louis Resnick.
the United States Constitution have in : )"Dm n, then to learn Agnes Brinson State Welfare 17th. in the Orange Gardens The agreement provided for the
are "Life Liberty and the pursuit whether :individual who know F worker. Community House. Mrs. Gammage' payment of $300 a lot. The complaint Hillsborough county producesmore
of Happiness." It should be these factors can odd! joyful yearsto Y T "Warmth for the body and a is director of volunteer service, alleges that the 11"have of eggs for market than any
noted that this statement rods their lives. lift for the spirit -'that is what. Sunland Training School fered Harris the money, but her other county in Florida.

"the of and not After a comprehensive and NEW clothes from the Needle- _..,.,,,
pursuit Happiness"> very '"q')6"''Wr.''''''vr. 1Jt/r '"I/T J'.r.-r c J..JI"JiJ<<
the attvnmeiit thereof.In painstaking survey the Institute work Guild means to hundreds ofar
view of the above it was interesting reached some very interesting conclusions thousands of needy children and
e.J. note a recent article : among whL-h are: adults. all over the United States. ,. 7"' 't" .
by George II. Gallup entitled"Gov- "The religious people were happier Since 1885 the Guild has been ,<:' .' ,' '. ; ,. '.
Mayor of Kissimmee. is shown' above with the U.S. and Canadian \ ? : x T R Y T H I'S
ernment Cannot Enact Happine-*." than those who were not re delegation to the International Congress as they attended the providing charitable agencies and 1 < -:-- ..'f:. ,
Some of the! r;.ost outstaiidin ligious. And the happiest of all Mayor's reception at Athens,.Greece. institutions with a substantial part :y 4 ,' .> : :
statements in this article 21'e us were the very religious. of the clothing they are called upI ; t
follows: "So, material possessions are on to give to those in their care I i is
nstituU accept it. Second Lieutenant ,Carol Lee .the new born the handicapped, : f' WITH YOURWflTCHBAND
"Recently the American ) not widely characteristic of happy The the + I :
of Public Opi'!'. n. with which people, the long-lived as well as conducting consensus this is that persons the Simonson after a visit with her school children unable to attend .C.t : i
I have (bean associated for more the young. Many materialposses- less time one has survey to about parents Major and Mr*. ArnoldD. classes for lack of clothing, migrant I II ,
than 25 Iyean, nnuertook an unusual sions may not be accessible to most one's self, and the more worry time dc-: Simonson has left for her new workers,"the elderly and the I IM
survey. We wanted to deter- Americans; but religion is, andit voted, to the welfare and consideration duty station at Womack Army chronically ill. N % /
mine why some old folks are hap- is available to anyone willing to of others the greater the Hospital in Fort Bragg, N.C. A branch of the Needlework ,
_. _.__.__. chance of attainment of happinesswill Guild was formed in Orange Gardens .. I s
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be. last January. Officers elect L: ..: If, you can't do it. you don't
Mr..and Mrs. A. Jacobs, of 1622 ed were: President, treasurer. Sec- i '
s s know what wrist comfort islHere's
I West Catherine St. entertained out retary and five directors: ;. each ; ; ; ); '<
\ Within the next few days many of town guests over the weekend. director being responsible for ten M .A < ',' ;" !,
of the folks in the Gardens will be S or more members who would do- 1?
nate at least two articles of new M' <<
entertaining friends and relatives Mr. and Mrs. Ernest,S. Gilliland clothing once a year. t" r /I vgt
from their -former home towns. of 653 George St. also! have had Since Orange Gardens is small
i Judging from reports of weather a
conditions and frigid temperaturesup guests from out of town. community the women decided to t '
iii'ISPECIAL North, this should be a very combine pleasure with this'objec- ft
pleasant interlude. After all, who We are sorry to report that Mrs.B. tive so from January until October p":: ': 4 r r r r. rs
wouldn't rather pick than directors met separately .
oranges F. Knapp is a patient at Osce-
; wade snowdrifts! ola Hospital. Best.wishes are ex- with their groups to sew and chat. s CAM TIE R IMi ftft
Working with objective for ;: : ft
tended to her for a rapid recovery. an tf'4 .. AJ' A KMOTS m
so worthy a purpose bestirred en ,
Hollybrook Mrs. James B.* Bloomfield has thusiasm and imagination horizons !- i "' L. ,,.:,: fAil
., "",
returned home after being a patient and encouraged friendliness. ,. ', i ,
"' "y.
Enthuiasm brought in new mem- .." the most comfortable watchband you can
PRICES ON PURCHASES Nursery in"a local. hospital.. bers while imagination plus work $ ".:,' ::,. ." ... wear combined with the newest in men's fashion
: design.And the price the lowest in for
I produced 559 garments display. irt. .. < history
j OF 3 OR MORE FIFTHS DavenportDo We are glad to report that Mr. ed at their first ingathering' in Oc .. ...' '' >y: ;'. famous Speidel quality. Only $4.95 in corrosionr -
you have someone on your George Carnall has returned home tober. : .jL .':,:' :. proof stainless steel-only $6.95 to $10.95 in ftI
9q5' WE GIVE TV STAMPS WITH ALL PACKAGE GOODS list You. know not what to buy after being a patient at Veterans Mrs. Howard Kellie chairmanof .) Y;' .,:<",'.YN elegant gold-filled.
for? Hospital at Bay Pines. the Central Florida Branch felt .. ,
; >,::.:-u.
CHRISTMAS DECANTERS .l Relax your gift will get you it a record of which to be very ".. .
A mistake at least proves that
kissed You'll be a friend proud.' :
shell die for! somebody stopped talking long The goal for next October has ., :;
enough to do something. with all five N I
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SHe begun groups busy :: : :; 01M
and b .
PLANTS sewing chattjng. M. '
indoor and outdoor, rare 'and who horses around too'much One doesn't have to sew to be a .
unusual some day may find himself a member. All that is necessary, is z

LIVING XMAS TREES groom. s the contribution of two new gar .3.. .o.. .C..
use in the house for Christmas ments each year. The emphasis\ s -.....::. & rN
then plant outside. Simple Celia was, practicing up NEW 'clothing is that being .. Great to give-wonderful to own .
yet CERDUS DEODARA on her baseball game last sum- new helps boost the morale of the :
& these are beauties, reasonable mer. Her boss told her he'd buy wearer in a way discarded cloth- (.__,7' \:- __ ; $4.95 5/0.95 'bBENTON'S
4 prices her a mink coat if she'd play ball ing, never does.
JUNIPER SYLVESTERthese with him. All garments are distributed locally .
the state welfare de-
through JEWELRY
ART'SBAR are lovely table trees regularly -
$%.50 NOW $1.99 Mrs. Neighbor peeking through partment and the county health ,
the window late one evening: "I service. '
i & PACKAGE STORETI Open 10 A.M.week to only 5 JO)P.M. just love the way the Jones'. dragin Those interested in becoming a it "If its from Benton's its guaranteed"
6-4611 TI 7-211 Tuesday through Sunday. the Yule log, don't you?" member,contact Mrs. Elmore Lake .
1, Closed Monday. Mr. Neighbor taking a good President. 109 Broadway TI-6-3711
WHOLESALE RETAIL look; "Heck that's not a Yule log, Officers are Mrs. Elmore Lake, .
that's Jonsey!" president, Mrs.John Kern,treas r-
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I will' be here k 2 cases fruit juice one case of motor oil

% with candy 2 turkeys 2 recapped tires-fishing reel EVERYONE( E jt

for! the kiddies
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