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Vol. 67, No.8. haiere4. ..a./)=:.C.rrty.flap. )tatter Ii.rWs Kis>rtmmee, Florida, Thursday, December 22, 1960 R.Iabllahsd TIIAer r-z 1W1( t __Price Ten Cents

TRAGEDY AT CHRISTMAS 'Gazette Sponsors .

The tragic death of a father and his three children in 'a St. Cloud

fire Tuesday morning brought closer the horrible impact 6f the airliner Annual First 1 ,
crash and aircraft carrier fires in Brooklyn that claimed close to 200 Baby uMy

lives_and the plane crash in Munich, Germany which caused the death ;

of a score. pf young students, among others. -
In looking back at the dates of many tragedies over the years Of Year Contest ,

one will find for some naexphble reason that many. hare happenedat ywR h
Christmas. i
Pete Lucas, commenting about the Brooklyn holocausts, said that, The first baby pf 1961 to be born baby food from Rolls Market;'rase

no pffence intended, but that Brooklyn Fire Commissioner Edward F. in Kissimmee will again receive of jelly from..E3per JJroducts .
Cavanagh had been on television more this week than Orange County many presents and cash gifts as luxe; two dinners ,each from Freez
Sheriff Dave Starr. the Gazette's fifth annual FirstBaby
Contest get underway.The ette Drive In, Phil ft Net Drive In

parents of Kissimmee's first and Snyder's Dutch Kitchen;' $3.50in
HOLIDAY CLOSING SCHEDULEA white baby must be residents of shoe repair from Ofstein's Shoe
I Kissimmee in order to qualify and Repair; baby sitter service from c C1i-tw
number of firms hare announced their holiday schedules the baby must be born in Kissimmee. Credit Bureau' Kiseimmee: ;
along with governmental offices. The city hall and courthouse will This includes the Shingle Cloud; diaper suit from Goold'a
be closed all day Saturday and Monda,. The Gazette office will be Creek.and Campbell Station areas. Dept Store; baby.bathtub:from 4 f,
closed Friday through Monday.The Judges for this year's contestare Evan's Hardware; Nursery birds tI,
First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Osceola County :'!Irs. P. K. Weaver, Glenn Ray, mobile from JoMar Shop; two van
e and the First National Bank of Kissimmee will be closed Monday, as clerk of the circuit court, Reverend ity lamps from Kissimmee Furniture
will the National Loan and Finance Company. Most local firms will John A. Briley, pastor of' First ; pair of baby shoes from
also be closed Monday, although the Chamber of Commerce mMe no Methodist Church and Jimmie Cox Herzberg's; diaper-cover and liner !
official. announcement of their schedule. J pastor of First Christian Church. from Persons Inc.; baby blanket :t
Gifts for the first baby offered from Davis Agency; fresh flowers ,
to date include: $5.00 gift certificates and vase from Ellie Hugh's Florist -
TUPPERWARE'S DECORATIONS from the following: Mary ; $2.00 cash from Anderson's ,
Carter Paint Store, Roberson's Garage; baby blanket and diaper 1
The touch of Christmas is much in evidence along the South Orange Recall Drugs, Ingram's Broadway bag from Parks Furniture;sterling aY
Blossom Trail. A highlight when traveling this stretch of Florida high- Pharmacy, Kissimmee Shoe Center silver dumbell rattler from Ben- .10..' ,
is the beautifully decorated Tupperware International Headquarters SM ." .. ,"
ways and Hunt Bros, Cash gifts.of $5.00 ton's Jewelry; wooden cradleplanter r
building, located about four miles north of Kissimmee. each from Audrey Motor Co., W. from Osceola Hardware; electric
This year, as in years past, the company decorated the building Paul Riggs, Smitty's Amoco, Kis bottle wanner from Childers Electric .
and grounds in the Christmas motif. simmee Stationers, Shore's Men's ; silver baby cup from Partin +
I Winter visitors and Florida residents will see the beautiful displayof Wear, Riedel Funeral Home, Wells Jewelers; ,shampoo, set and facial! .
colorful Christmas lights shining' on the unusually attractive- building: Moon, distributor for T. G. Lee, from Mar.Ltf Beauty Salon; shampoo -
and around the grounds. Norris Cleaners and W. O. Taylor: ; style and set from The Charm li (
On the east aide of the highway facing Vanguard Lake is a
$5.00 in self-service laundry from Beauty Salon; two.chicken dinners -
replica of the manger scene pointing up the true Christmas spirit. 'Detwiler's Lfcundromat; four piece from Mr*.' Mac's Restaurant anda

Baby Welcome Set, fl'ODTupper! calendar hank from Art ScalH! ,. -

REDUCtIONS -. ware Home Parties Inc.;juttyethe. New York Life. agent: .

? .KV INSURANCE RATE lane Nursery Set from Su'Wan"Nee Watch next week's. Gazette for :' "" ;."......
Automobile insurance rate.ft TC'ifc Jane's IGA Super Market; ise.. of tales for the contest. .
have been proposed for at least of Florida motorists insured by
the local independent agents who represent 250 insurance companies ,
affiliated with the National Bureau Casualty Underwriters and. the
National Automobile Underwriters Asso jation. City ,CommissionSanctions
New automobile rate filings have been announced by Insurance .x
Commissioner J. Edwin Larson, who has set a Bearing for early in
January at Tallahassee, to consider them. 4
Under the new plan, all motorists with a safe driving record of Boat RaceThe +
three years will be entitled to reduced rates, while those with a recordof
accidents or traffic violations will pay more for their insurance.
Members of the Osceola County Association of Insurance City Commission of the City Manager -to contact all o?'! e ,QI. .,v
Agents are strongly in favor of.the proposed' plan and are urging City of Kissimmee met in Specal: the persons on the list to deter:"
Insurance Commissioner Larson to approve same. Session on Tuesday, December 20, miiie whether or not they would
Claude Banks appeared representing be) willing to serve on the Plan-
the Tohopekahga Yacht ning Advisory Board and that
Club to request the Commission's action would be taken on the ordInance
Four Persons Die, approval for the conducting of and, the appointments at a A
opening of the Grand National later meeting. .
Boat Races on Lake Tohopekaligaand Farmer advised that all men
the Kissimmee lakefront Jan- euggetted on list would be happyto

In St. Cloud FireFour uary 6,1 & 8, 1961. He stated that serve on Planning' Advisory s r' '
the race would be the beginning Board. J. ' .
of a grand and major national Bill Johnston, engineer, discus- ;
died when fire Sheriff Robert M. ,
persons ceola County lhJt" A' ";
and be
boat race that it might sed with the .Commission a 'pro- -"
engulfed: a two story frame houseat Buckels reported. ; "
'possible to secure the finals of the posed rebuilding ofDruTJ' Avenueby 1 du" "
1501 California Avence in St. Dead William R. Warinner, National later : : '
Boat Races
are Grand placing a leveling course anda ; : ,
Cloud at 12.15 a-m. Tuesday. OsMovie 40, and his two sons, Thomas R, in the fall. 1" plant mix on the existing ; i "
13 and ,:Michael J.,* seven. Mrs. He advised that the Yacht Club pavement and the regrading of .. J ,'. j.. -I
t. ,_ ,.. oot;
Menu Warinner and daughter, Blanche, would handle the barricading: of the shoulders and ditches. 'i;" .
11, escaped by leaping through a the streets and marking of the Thg discussion developed into -' .t e ... ,
KISSIHUER DRIIR IVHOISK window, the sheriff said. However, course and the arts so that the ; < i y'A 'J.: *' ..-
ft......,. 0... :2. (Continued : ., >> 'If\ : ., .. ; :: ... .
OP I''H.R"! the daughter. died Wednesday City would be protected from any on page 3)) > ir .. : ., ... .. : '
PrU Dr. as "_.... .... morning liability through necessary and 0(fr i i

-O."AI'IiE-K. ('K OP tHKV'HK A Plf.rmK""OI"\G" They were treated at Osceola proper insurance CommissionedCommissioned Posed by Chuck Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Edwards, and his dog Sandy. (Photo by# Skinner)
8>B. .!..- T>r&. U_. 22sf'oPEK.tTlov : Hospital here where officials said Commissioner Autrey moved .
: OP KILLIMlNJiMOrtf. PKTTItOTwK1LLKRS Mrs. Warrinner's condition was that the Tohopekaliga Yacht Club
>\ .. Tarr. D... a -*0 serious. be permitted to use she: ,lakefrontto
'CHKTK SHOW O\ R4HTH" Elks Take Presents To Crippled Children
'GI.%% 0. Tn'DF.nLA, Firemen said that the fire apparently conduct openings of the Grand __ ThL Vine Street Merchant.sChristmas
National Boat Races on January
started from an explod Members of the Kissimmee Elks Carver, director of the home.
6-7-8 that all barricading
ing oil heater. They said two 1961 Lodge took a' large number of A special party is to be held at
the Yacht Club.
bodies found on the second CelebrationIs when
were Seconded by Commissioner Scalli Christmas presents; for the children the home Christmas day
DATE II L R floor and one on the first. tq Harry-Anna Home foe; the gifts from this and other
Wed. Dee:14 .__. U U Officials said that Warinner mechanic, City arried'unanimously.Manager Farmer presented '. Termed Big SuccessThe Crippled Children at. Umatilla{ re lodges will be distributed. The
who employed as a owned and by the
home is operated
Thur. Dee. IS ....._.68 330.21 his four bids for water pipe to be usedon r4x cently.
... in Orlando, managed to get Those who took the trip were Florida State Elks As.n. About
FrL o.e. 16_ ..... 6. n .... Bermuda Avenue job as a re-
Sat. !He. 17 ._....... 6S 46Sun.Dee. wife' and danghte- safety but sult of the construction of the x Vine Street Christmas cele- Osceola Fruit Distributors; Mrs. Jim Flanagan, Ralph Rodger 75 children are in the home, with
18 ............ 6S 33 __ when he reentered to oring otti'his paving; on' Bermuda Avenue. lIe bration was rated a huge success G. Baxter, deep fat fryer donatedby Bodo Kirchhoff, and Paul Smith. 65 0 f them staying over the
.. ... sons all three were trapped.The by the participating merchants Margie's Diner and two recapped George Christmas holiday
Mou. o.e. 19 .. .. 6C 33 .?.. advised that of the four "bids one They were greeted by
Toes. Dee. 20 ..__ .69 38 _.. family moved to St. Cloud supplier bid only on cast iron' and by those that attended the tires won by Jim Smith. .
cbont a year ago from Indiana. affair those .
;; most especially by I
material whereas the other sup -
pliers bid on cast iron and galvan- that were the lucky winners of ____i__ 4 1
ized as requested. the many prizes that were given

'Wr After tabulation of the bids and, 4 away.
Fxw discussion of same Commissioner Despite the very chilly weatherit

Stanko moved' that the low bid is estimated that nearly 1500 I
from Davis Meter & Supply Co. people were in attendance.The _

Inc. in the amount of $4,462.43be Osceola High School Choral

accepted. Seconded by Commissioner Group sang a number of Christmas
Rogers and carried unani I a ,Marine Second Carols that were well received by
mously. Lieutenant Dec. 10, upon graduation the crowd. .
City Manager Farmer presented from the 12-week Officers Winners of prizes were as for '
proposed ordinance for the Planning Candidate Course at the Marine lows: A Car was won by Charles t 4dr

Advisory Board creation and Corps Schools, Quantico, Va, was Fore; Charles Harrelson, A rase
suggested list of members. Com George D. Richards, son of Mr. of Texaco motor oil donated oy
+ missioner Rogers asked whether' and Mrs. Ralph W. Richards of Adrian Boris, Texaco Distributor
v or not persons onthe list had' 1620 Janet St. Kissimmee, and Louis Benkert, fishing reel. dona-

been contacted, to determine husband of the former Miss Anne .ed by Smith's Grower's Association t1
whether ox not they would be Hayward of Indiatlantk. He is agraduate ; Mrs. Susie Mae Douglas vs

willing: to serve. Farmer advised of Hamilton College in turkey donated by Kissimmee .
that the persons on the- list who Clinton N.Y., and a former: member Motor Court Mrs. Charles Potts .r.Cturlie
had ftrred on the expansion program '. of the Gazette Staff. He is and A. M. Wentler both won a

of the Planning Commission now attending the 26-week, Basic ease of orange juke donated by j
were agreeable to- serving..and School of all newly commissioned k .
PRESENTED WITH CAR- Fore second front lefj was presented with. Ford sedan with aatwaatic
that he had not contacted: the Marine: Officers. Upon'completion
the advanced course he will be Mr. and )In.. Arthur Ray transmission Saturday night when he was holder of a lucky ticket drawn by the East Vine
he other persona except that Harm of ,
THE Wendell Ketchum is shown above as week of
AIDING NEEDY Some 14)09) attended the drawing, which highlighted a <<
Iackalrmaa Best had advised that he would be assigned to *Marinq'Corpakganization Thompson ani rattE* .the birth of Street Merchants Association. persons
solicits fer.Kisalmaee's.aeedy families for Christmas. Ketchna: < the Vine Street Merchants. In the picture, from left to right are James
'' merchandising by
'of the American Legion comraittee for Christmas baskets. willing to serve.; .. -,. t. for dutyjor t.anotherschool a ? daughter Tuesday, December 'promotional (Photo by Cooper)
.' ;. (Photo by Cooper) The Commission instructed-the.: J r trainingJ* -' 13th; at :ihe Xissimmee'Hospital., V+ells.Bob Larson and Wendell KetchaB


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2 Th Kiulmtn Gazette, Thursday, December 22, I960

Rotary To Sponsor

School Board StudiesJunior

I College Plan s Pram Fleet Here

Y7.- Children from nine to 15 are being Part of the money for the prams
The Osceola County School minal courses to better qualify invited to participate in a wa- came from the receipts of the U. S.
Board is continuing Ita study of students for making a Irving. ter sport new to this area-pram Marine Band performance.At : x aS
proposals for a public junior college ((4)) It will not only serve the 4 q sailing and racing.Sponsored Mo day's Rotary meeting
in Orlando while it appears a high school graduates, but it will A by the Kissimmee Rotary Dr. D. Coe Love, a missionary in
majority of the board now favors also serve the adults. 'Glob the program will get Africa for four decades, spoke.
it, the official position is neither One other school official who 1 Jh M? under way shortly after the first
for nor against it. asked not to be named, mentioned of the year, according: : to Dr. Ed
Based on information it bas ob- that one of the major questions is Ellis chairman who :revealed the Football Team
tained from various sources, the whether this is the beginning of a4year program for the first time at a Honored By Kiwanis
board, it appears, may vote in favor school system. He said that Lions dub meeting.
of it early next month. tho local school boards had their The Rotary Club has purchased Members of the Osceola High
Superintendent of Public Instruction hands full with the 12-year system 10 prams with dacron sails. Theyare School football team three of
William Stephens said Stephens was asked whether this of the Optimist Pram design, them named to the All-Ridge Con- tr
the board has asked him to check was 'a factor. He said he believedit one that has become a standard in ference team were honoredby -
with other counties who are sharing was the start of a 14-year system Perfect power for pushing big loads at runabout ipeeds prorided national pram racing.Dr. members of the Kissimmee aE
junior college facilities. but he said it was not on the by the 75 horsepower' Btarfjite III by Erinrade for 1961 Special Ellis told of a race he watched ,. Kiwanis Club and their wives.A .
"Regardless of whether we support same basis as the 12-year system !e9.tnin that applies fraction\to form in & new principle of in Miami recently."If barbecued steak dinner was
.it, the junior college move- because the 12th'and 14th yean sound you want to see an inspiring
silencing, plus the first temperature controlled fixed-Jet car-. held at the American Legion hall
ment is a statewide one, and if Orlando were on'a college level with the sight, you want to see these kids
after told weather
buretion, fuel and In forced the meet-
give Improved efficiency quiet beauty. combination --
doesn't get one, it will go to work applying toward a degree. racing in 35-mile an hour winds,
ing indoors. More than 100 at-
with this 18-foot lapatrake Thompson Off Shore the Star- he said.
some other area, Stephens said in
an interview. "I don't think of anything Lions Club flits II make an i ideal combination! with plenty of room for the entire Dr. Ellis. told of the "wonderful tended.
but advantages to the student family ta'rlde and relax, to sleep and eat.. The 1961 Erhunde safety record" in pram racing Named to the all-conference
; of Osceola County. I see no motors are on display at Smith Marine. there has never been a drowning. team were Andy Murphy, tackle;
disadvantages., To Sponsor Any child who has reached his Ed Murphy, guard; and Bob Geh-
"There is no question but that ninth but not his 15th birthday is rett, back.
the stAte is being forced into it because School Board Accepts eligible. He or she must be able to Named to the all-conference' A I Iz
they don't have enough four Horse ShowA swim at least 100 feet and must team from other schools were Joe
year college facilities." have a Coast.Guard, approved life Jackson, Avon Park, and H. Lit-

Stephens pointed out that a Horse Show, which may well Bids On Materials vest.Dr. tleford, Frostproof, ends; Reese
small county such as Oseeola .ia develop into thh most outstanding Ellis sees great possibilitiesin Parrish, Avon Park, tackle; R. E.
not blessed with all the advantages equine contest in Central Florida, thepram races He pointed out Tomlinson, Okeechobee, guard;
of the schools in larger commun will be held under the auspices\ of "We are pleased to announce The board authorized the finance already Kissimmee has its Boa -A- Dalvin Stokes, Fort Meade, cen-
ities. He believes that co-operation the Lions Club, at the Silver Spun that we now have a Certificate of officer James I. V. Winland to invest Cade and jts marathon races on ter; Gary Lanier, Sebring, Lamon
between the big and the small Rodeo Arena, between Kissimmee Accreditation for another year when practical, monies from Lake Tohopekaliga, and it i%; is possible Monez,. Avon Park, and Jack Par-
counties will make it possible to and St. Cloud, Sunday, January 22, from' the Southern Association of the Boards various bank accounts, that the national pram races kyn, Arcadia, backs. Coach of the HUNTERS GET LIMIT Bob Anderson of the B. &: L. Tackle
offer students of the smaller counties 1961. Secondary Schools and Colleges for when balances are in excess of cur- could also be held here. year was Joe Franza, Avon Park. Shack pictured above, and Darrell Carte barred the two fine gobble .
advantages for a better terminal The $150,000 Silver Spun Rodeo the Osceola. Hig: School in Kb- rent needs, in approved short term The children participating will
above while hunting in the last Thursday.The larger bird
education. Such cooperationis Arena surpasses the facilities of aimmee." W. B. (Bill) Stephen, U. Treasury obligations until 1 learn seamanship, and water safety Ulcers aren't caused by what you area
showing up in the junior college any hone show in a wide area because sceola County Superintendent needed. he said. eat-but by what's eating you. weighed eleven pounds.
proposal, he said. of the covered stands, well Public Instruction: said yesterday.
Asked what his reasoning is, fenced arena, ample parking, special "We must continue to show pro. '
Stephens"said: parking area for contestants, tress in building construction and
((1)) A lot of students who probably an excellent section for waiting in academic field to keep this rat- /
would go on to junior college entrys, lights, and rest rooms. ing," Stephens said. .
would ;act go to a four-year college In keeping with the Silver Spun The new.heating and ventilating:
and two years is better than no dedication to the principle of pro system at the St Cloud WeatSide ,
years. A lot of them, at gradua moting horsemanship and the en- School is ':now in operation- at-a Why You Should Join Rambler's New
tion time, have not yet reached the couragement of the breeding of cost of $8,26L45.Stephens I. y
maturity point needed to succeedin better hones and cattle; the Silver ,and Board Members
a four-year college. Spurs made the show possible in One Lee, Jr, Dan Armstrong, and : :
((2)) The saving of money in travel Osceola County by allowing the use George H. Kempfer met with Mayor "
distance and living at home. This of.their outstanding: facilities. BeIdenE. Warner and the City -:. ; :, -
also eliminates the chance of failure Chairman and Ring Muter of Commission St. Cloud to discuss Crusade For AdequateProgress 'i:'v-*> .
because of being homesick. the January 22 show is Lion ,Bob the acquisition of.a new school site
((3)) Junior college will offer ter.JIMMIE'S Childen assisted by Lions Don in St. Cloud for the expanding i'H

!Dulgar _Gene Canals,_Clyde Bass, needs of St.Cloud'Schools. .
Wells Moon! and Jim ,Phillip. The board,accepted bid of George -' '
The show is expected to draw E. Foote in the amount of S3,570.X( ] -
riders from both coasts as they will for structural steel for Unit A of :
be competing for cash prizes as Highlands Elementary School, and SharingWith Customers : ;
well as trophies and ribbons. accepted the' bid of Universal Bldg. .
Events are planned for youthful Specialties in the amount of ,$5-
contestants well as adults and a 296.50 for roof-decking and sub- -
number of entertaining special purlins for Unit A Highlands .." '.!". "
events have been Elementary School. '
arranged. Applications t
will be available at all sad- III I believe participation by all consumers in :.1f-, ,:: ;
dle shops and western wear storesor
from members of the Lions Stu'dentsInducted' ,'
Club. : economic progress is absolutely necessary .- .
Into Beta Club J c '.... '

FEATURING BAR- i owboys Lost To I Twenty-four Osceola High School in meeting the nation's economic needs..", '. = .": :'- :"
Okeechobee flux( -\ ,"'- ', '
VJoody'TynerAt TeamKfssimmee's'two students were inducted' into Beta ; ;
't .
The Piano at the V '' game winning Club,'s. highest'scholastic engineering advances such as the acid- ",

streak was kayoed at Okeechobeeas society. last. 'week in an impressive proof, rustproof Ceramic-Armored it'
Okeechobee romped to a 73-3 ceremony conducted by Buddy 4r and tailpipe.The
victory in' a Ridge Conference en. Dawkins, president.Those .
8 f. m.. to midnight counter. The Kowboys'. mark is ; who_became,members are basic sizes of compact cars-Rambler BUYERS
now 23. American. Rambler Classic and Am-
forma Jean Acree, Peggy Aeree, IF SALES 'u.s.SAVINGS
bassador the
-- Janice Alderman: Brenda'Beatty after the original American series. -r w ClliII YMo) to c.....)' (Dec..w w.o ()...---#.Mil) (.I......teyp.
We do all types Vivian Belts, Carol' Boyd, Nadine 50% $125 45,247 97,671 140,139 195,946
WOOD REFIN1SHINGUPHOLSTERING Brown, Joyce Congdon,. Kathleen RAMBLER SALES SOARIn 40% $100 42,231 91,159 130,796 182,883
Cotton* Jane Lea Connoly,Carolyn two jean, Rambler's per cent of 30% S 75 39,214 84,648 121,453 169,820
Croft, Bunny' DeRamus, Chris market has more than doubled. For the 20% S 50 36,198 78,136 112,111 156,757
Foran. last 38 straight months, Rambler sales 10%- S 2S 33,181 71,625 102,768 143,694 =
Bobby Jo Hodala, Connie Lore\
Furniture refinishing box springs and mattresses rebuilt George Lyons, Jeanne Kragen-,. have established a new record for that saw Faa salE rEiln un TEAl 30,165 65,114 93,426 130,631
ALL WORK GUARANTEED: month.We want to continue this i
Free pick-tip and delivery. brink, Judy oehnch, Theresa growth NOTb bl8ll UKf"".UTERsrItW41II( ) a pmtIft wu a'twUj' rokt; ,t/dJYrr7.1IOf plats w o*r. _
serrice. Somers by serving you even better. I' ,
v Patsy Thacker, Nancy r
call collect r t. unique program is cumulative retro ,- t
CYpress 3-4538, Orlando
White, Bruce Whitewoif; Harold< THE NEW RAMBLER CRUSADEOur active. Early buyers can get more. but never leu bonds, than buyers in succeeding '''.A L Jli
RIGHTWAY UPHOLSTERY Woodall, and Carol Wysong.' GEORGE ROMNEY months."Your Rambler dealer wfl| be happy to give you the complete details of the
Officers of the club are Dawkins. new Rambler crusade like our plan but here is a quick example it works and keeps on working for you:
5600 Old Winter Garden Road, Orlando president; Fred Dyer, vice presl \, resident,American Motors. Corporation compact,crusade, is based on sharing If December Rambler deliveries inaease 20%over last December,December buyers of i
25 yean experience dent; .Phoebe Brooks, secretary; e Rambler progress with car buyers. new Ramblers or Metropolitans will receive J50 bonds. As the four-month period
and Robert: Allen, treasurer. We believe the new Rambler crusade progresses additional bonds will be mailed to the December buyers each time the
Rambler's rise to a top position has put has timely significance. Oar country \ cumulative sales reach a higher bond payment sales level

us fa position to undertake a new cru currently is experiencing a mild economic Also,if sales increase for the four-month period exceeds 5O:;i,proportionate additional 1
sade.This program,which' could provide slowdown-with' rising foreign payments will be made to all buyers during any of the four-months.

BOWLING I greater individual and national benefits competition and weakness of the dollar. .
GIFTSBuy 'I than any we'Yeet, undertaken, calls Our larger competitors are considering '"

him for customer progress sharing. partial manufacture importation of delirery of a new Rambler or new" BOTH CUSTOMERS AND {*'f 1
or her something' different for As volume goes up, costs come, cars for the U.S. market from abroad. Metropolitan between December, 1, .. .
; down. So, sharing economies' that There is a general profit squeeze. 1960, and March 31. 1961, from an }
this Christmas would result from a SO% Rambler We believe the greatest single economic authorized Rambler dealer (excluding: You hate everything f to gain and nothing .
sales gain over last year for the period cause is that relatively too much governmental sales), giving them most to lose by joining this crusade. The '< ,
December through March could of the fruit of industrial effort has been of the benefit of additional cost reduction same is true for us. .
For Ladies or provide payments to customers of going tea few wefl organized economic resulting from further Increase: in You can't lose because Ramblers are r .
M'I 518698062. groups, not to the consumer.: Rambler sales volume. better than big can and the best of the '.:oj' -'
But, before presenting( our new This can mean sharing with Rambler compacts. Ramblers are more trouble- .J;:
Rambler crusade, let me review some CUSTOMERS TO SHARE'RAMBLER buyers during the 4-month periodof free, more useful, lower priced.
I .JL.
highlights oft the first one, PROGRESSWe government savings bonds (Series E) Yon make your. regular deal In the {
I When we forged our basic Ramblerconcepts decided tnere was something we with a maturity value from $3,679,850 regular way for a new Rambler. You <.

t BALLS. U.S. cars were \\n, a size, could do. We decided to share future ((10% sales increase), to $24,930,750 then may share proportionately in the 'f',
I horsepower and styling-change race: progress with ALL customers who take (50% increase). See chart for details. economies and profits higher Rambler I
that cost the car buyer money. So, we volume in December 1960, and the k!.
developed the compact economical: first three months of 19$1. -
2495 27W modernly engineered Rambler. We gain by acquiring more Rambler '

owners, which will nuke our growing 3Pat.
Bowling; Bags CONSUMER BENEFITS FROMLOWER L market even larger in the future.That

{ PRICES ,- of. because Rambler owners become -},

A .- because of low volume.' had'to Rambler salesmen and are the most '
BOWLING. ; ; : -5"ft price! our first Rambler Americans? 1 loyal"repeat b }Trs" of any make.,

\ about? equal with Chevrolet f and fad, Ask your neighbor all about his
: Rambler,then joiJfthe Rambler crusade.
traditionally "lowest' priced," ,
il "As and Join us ia focusing the nation's attention
SHOES Z cur output economies Increased 11 1
I CkTWraa S ) ;'we shared the resulting! economic # tk on the essentiality of equitably: ,
I advantages with Rambler:castomers.Despiti p sharing economic progress with ALL
Toy BonksBowling '''f:' S consumers if the WHOLE NATION "
695 end inflation,we'kept prices k:
I up Genus ,$2,00 I 1 low. We also concentrated: : on oorabajtj is to prosper.
Mad quality. That is, by'Raafetyr e- ir'

'4r BUY HIM IIIHI HER SOME FUN 1"ll\ by eels. trade In taxable-free sinners made operation by others-,*s.shown. .

What has Ws, vdone'f Jt -has increased

g .a: : our sales,-made us a vigorous P.$. Some 'may say one company
We have gift certificates of any enmination safe: ?pfw; competitive: factor,coinpellipgol can't do much about national problem

at the desk. They can ''be used ta purchase flf'fi.e' .s ,Competitors to i introduce compact cars as big and complex those cited
any Their compact: cars unquestionably above Well that's what skeptics said ,
N above items or for bowling redeemable oxyti: e.. are better buys than their big cars,because about Rambler' first crusade. Let's
their big.can deal .faftve. .fte. remember, every great thing is born
compacts: 'advanced engtoeenag. small If this new Rambler crusade|is

Despite these mows to meet Rambler right, it can succeed and spread j jas just

U ORANGE BOWL LANES competition, Barmier,'ABMMM. the compact cat concept did.
models m row priced-net Mif Maw/' 'ham are caught by fiBiag a cocoftut shelf wfth chopped t cocooui maL Tic monkeys grasp1Gstftil a
competitive Magi cars tat feefe,*:jMr and, unwilling! to let any go,caoeot withdraw their paw'So, they are easy nctim. If A Romney'i rrxtt Ve* York has Coif
i HIGHWAY 441, EAST IN KISSIMMEE -- .TI-72866 economy compacts as we g.In '.. ':'. _'.. 11='f .s.-t a men s Aot gaits scrawny: as s6awa,bat raksst ew h a wore eqW&abJcdiYisioDGlth ferfuce* Econotaj on: "Customer atracitd Sharing JW/iomriir and the motift.Nation'
: > I addition.ases,'he..wl set that"y.One of fee! Out9: Aaerx&tfenupi must let For comptett stdef' lot au caw rr,'vritc
: :X1'crar J exclusive;tro>i1141tk Foasdset ta:eMJiplo--''or-all mill be captured and.alocy wajuie coEwrocr, aft% *il tuffer. Mmar4ata Maters auE1 ; t7lrsaie 33J'tifd4.' -


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Docket Sounded. Stolen TruckRecovered Two Found Guilty CommissionContinued

( from 1)) Real Estate Sales

At County CourtTwelve A Florida,highway patrolman. recovered In Court Monday the overall drains of the area : 1

a truck stolen from Orlando with particular concern with the
before a report of the theft was open ditch running from Drury a- Recorded For WeekReal
cases were set for trial sale of liquor; in September, 19CO,I made. Two defendants acting as tljeir Johnson. He read that the man long Tohopekaliga across Neptuneand
Monday as County Judge 0. P.I with illegal- sale of liquor; and Trooper J J. Maxwell, travelingon own attorneys in Couoty Court was guilty. The jurors said that's along the Block Plant area.
Johnson sounded the winter docket since then a charge of petit larceny Hwy. 441 north of Kenansville, here yesterday received different not our verdict. It turned out the It was suggested that this ditch estate transactions recorded -, and A. Blotz and wife, Kissimmee,
in county court here. has been placed against her. saw a pickup truck pull over to the verdicts from six-man juries. foreman had signed. the wrong te; investigated as to right of wv. in the office of Glenn Ray,' $}2.000.
The cases to be tried next week Two men awaiting, pre-sentence side of the road after he passedit. Logan Heath, charged with,fish- certificate. and easement rights and the clean I county clerk, this week included: Cash Bros. Inc.. to L. G. Cook
are: I investigation after trials in Circuit After going on some distance, ng without a license, was found Those called for jtrry duty were ing and opening of this ditch priorto Gladys C. Ripley to Hubert Allen and wife, Kissimmee $19,950.Palmland .
Monday, Dec. 19: Cecil Howard i Court, were found guilty of various ic turned around to see if he could guilty and. was fined $25 withoat; Murray L. Rogers, Glenn R. Bais- any further'work on Drury Ave. Baker, Rickford. Ohio, $ ,500. Enterprise' Corp. to
Carrol, trespass; David Carrol, charges by.County Judge Johnson. help the truck driver were he in costs.. den, Thomas ,L. Quirk, Fred W. Engineer Johnston also discussed Charles T. Callen and wife to Walter E. Miles and wile, $9,300.

trespass; Donald Kaylor Coffmato,' They were: need.But In the second jury trial, Donald Engle Francis TcL Waldron, Grady with the Commission the proposed Earl M. Newhard, St. Cloud, $500.
trespass; Theophilus II e r m o n' James Phelan, fighting, petit the truck was on its way by Albert Smith successfully argued Babb, Loy Thomas Bell Loyal L changes in the specifications Birth
Hampton trespass; Logan Heath, larceny, and assault and battery; the time the trooper headed back. that it was a matter of opinionas Lane, Newton G. Norris, John L for Dakin Avenue running Frank H. Skellenger et al to Lee AnnouncementMr.
fishing without a license; John and Charles Hull petit larcency When he passed it for a second to whether or not 55 miles an Beebe, Clinton L. Ketchnm Ever- from Johnston Street to the Lake W. Gaut, Oriskany Falls, N.Y.,
Author Leggett, trespass. (three counts). They were given time it again pulled over Jo the hour was too fast for the conditions ett B. Clinton Otto Humble, Raleigh He felt that it would' be much 5000. and Mrs. Carl Miller Jr. announce -
Cases continued for the term jail ,sentences dating back to' the side of the road. The trooper stop- on Hwy. 441 last October 8. Rolls, Vernon 1... Gallagher, more advisable to nee soil cementin Harry L. Whalon and wife to the Wth of a son Wednesday -
included; day they were jailed. In this way, ped it, questioned the driver, and His car had started skidding and Cecil, Floyd Norris, Carl Barton this area than llmerock inasmuch Roger K. Adams and wife, St. December 14th. at the Kis-
Eli Crosby, killing doe deer, the way was cleared for Circuit finally headed him back to Holo- went into the ditch.A Hughes, Jack -R. Tyner Edward I as' we know and have :experienced Cloud, $650.A. simmee Hospital.
truck -
pending since September, '1959; Court sentencing. Kelley explained. paw from where he said the Florida Highway Patrol Wilford Randall, all of Kissim water conditions which L. Stinebaugh and wife to
Lloyd Jackson, improper exhibitionof Other cases headed by Judge came. On his way, headquarters re- trooper passed by, saw the car in mee; Harold I* Drummond Victor would place the finished street Merle W. Stinebaugh Kissimmee,
a gun, pending since Decem- Johnson included: ported the theft of the truck from the ditch and gave Smith a sum- B. Newton Howard ,Young, underwater for a period of time. love and affection. The Perfect

ber, 1959; Everett Ingram, pend- John Albert Simmons petit larceny Orlando..Maxwell arrested James Palmer, mons. Henry L. Padgett, Milton GoSc'batzman The change inspecifications was Lester Odell and wife to John
ing since April, 1960; and Willis $35 fine or eight days in about 30, an Orlando Negro, whowas Smith told the jury it. was all of St. Cloud. agreeable to the Commission, 0. Rao and wife, Kissimmee $600. GIFT
Wright Jr., pending since Decem- "purely a matter of opinion as Other cases continued included however the question of the legal-
the vehicle. N. Greene and wife to
ber, 1959. jail.Ellis Buddy King, practicing driving to what is a safe speed. those of J. C. Bordelon, Harold ity of changing the specifications George
A series of cases were continuedby barbering without a license, $15 or The jury when it returned the Thomas Johnston, and Joseph without re-advertising and hear- Charles Henry Harmon St Crud, for family fun

Prosecutor Phillip Kelley on 'three days in jail. Men Arrested In verdict, handed it to Judge O. p. ,Anthony Cianciarulo. ing the property.. owners was discussed $5.soo.I
the basis of his waiting to see what Marvin Danley, carrying: pistol Charles E. Pake to State Road .
the beverage department was going without a license, $25 or four days.P. Copper Wire Theft Commissioner Iwgers moved! Dept., $100.Harold give
to do. These were in connectionwith R. Kline, issuing' worthless Brick. Hurler Charged Man Given SentenceOn that the City Manager and Mayorbe S. HamfJis and wife to
the owners and operators of checks, $12 or three days and make Sheriff Bob Buckels disclosedthe With AssaultA Breaking Charge authorized to execute a supplemental Louis M. Lanier and wife, Kis- EVINRUDEc
Desert Inn at Yeehaw Junction. restitution. apprenhension of men accusedof ) agreement with Howard simmee, $600. x
Alfred Cheverette was charged in Ellis Buddy Kling, illegal sale the stealing of copper wire from charge of assault with intentto A 24-year-old white man William Young, the contractor, to change Gesine Gericke and A. Martha
August, 1959, with employing a of liquor, $50 or 15 days and 60 the utility departments of the kill was reduced to aggravated Allen Fletcher, was given an specifications: : for the base of Schutte to R. G. Wood Jr., and
minor (two counts) and the illegal days suspended; possession of al- cities of Kissimmee and St. Cloud. assault Wednesday when a brick Indeterminate sentence of six Dakin Avenue from Johnston St wife, St. ClouVt $20,000.
sale of liquor; and in September, cholic becerage for resale withouta Buckles said he could not releaseany hurler appeared in circuit court months to 15 years for breaking to the Lakeshore from 6" lime- Ralph W. Richards and wife to
1960, with the illegal sale of license, $50 or 15 days and 60 information regarding the men before Judge Frank E. Smith. into the Kissimmee Coca Cola rock to 6" soil cement: subject to Adelbert J. Leighton and wife,
liquor. Julia Amelia Cheverettewas days suspended. until all involved were arrested.He William Taft Johnson 46, Negro plant. Circuit Judge Frank E. approval of the City Attorney $11,200. )

charged in July, 1960, with Ross Lanier.assault and battery, said more than' $1,000 worthof who threw bricks through a smith also sentenced him to an from a legal standpoint Seconded Lakefront Inc. to Kurt R. Weiss-
employing a minor and the illegal $50 or 10 days. wire'was stolen. There will be window lOt Lilly Mae Brown last indeterminate term for petit larceny by Commissioner Autrey and car- mueller, Orlando, $600. E. E.
six cases made, he said. month,,pleaded guilty to the lesser, ried unanimously.City .
"0'lkili'1)'J:!'''II\\" ".isBI'\ :i= '" '.. 'II'U;Ii'* ', t' '*'*""'.c::'l4 He said he did not believe the charge and was sentenced to. two Fletcher told the judge he had Manager Farmer advisedthe Brown to Jack Taylor and ,

: WE, DO NOT SELL OUR LOTS I cities knew of the theft until his years in state prison. planned on getting married this Commission that some of the Kissimmee Calvin Romines, $100. and wife to Irby
: Our their lots. sales department made the arrests. Christmas, but the Judge told him, merchants had requested the Commission -
customers buy no high at the to consider the waivingof Lamb, Kissimmee, $1,000.
Other cases "The doesn't show deserve i
report you
: pressure here! You are welcome. Come and sheriff office included: Trio Jailed On probation and shows you the parking meter requirementsfor Minnie Caden to Douglas II.
Wilson St. Cloud Ne- the balance' of this week to Wolcott and wife, New Lebanon
see good lots selling at $10 DOWN $7 :; gro Tyree, was O.arrested by Constable Theft ChargesTwo and the older need life.some" correction in, your way promote and encourage:: shoppingin .'N. Y, $6,000. .
teen-age boys of the downtown The matter Odell Johnson and wife to CarlG. All Marine Supplies
MONTH for only $595. Eddie Clemons Mack McClain on charges of carrying given jail area.
brother of one were
concealed of whether or not closing the Waltz and wife, Kissimmee,
Boats Evinrude
a weapon.
TROPICAL PARK REAL ESTATE ,sentences for the theft of gasoline be-- Negroes Charqed With meters would be beneficial to traf. $3,000.
after they pleaded guilty fie whether it would Edward L. Black and wife to
or encourage Motors
: at Carroll St., on Orange Blossom Trail in :::1 Sheriff Seeks To fore County Judge 0- P. ,JOhDSOn.1 Assault And BatteryTwo longtime parking was discussed David J. Blankenship and wife,
Marion David Newman, Kissimmee Negroes were however that Kissimmee', 11000. Kissimmee's Oldest
it determined
Kissimmee. Best was
Today's Buy
: Save County Money sentenced to 30 days in jail; Carl arrested on charges: of assault and no definite conclusion could be Loyal A. Jackson to State Road

OPEN ANYTIME Day or night. Lawrence Newman and John A. battery by the Osceola Sheriff'sDepartment. reached without first trying the Dept, $100.Nathan DealerSMITH'S
The idea of Sheriff Bob Buckelsto Eyrd were given 12 days sentences .. They were Mercedes Bronson and wife to
the meters.
closing of
i GET A FREE CHRISTMAS TURKEY f save the county money by sending the time being that from the Greggs and Willie Lee Brinson. Commissioner Rogers moved State Road Dept, $100.. I F

with each lot. i. its prisoners to Orange County day they were arrested until the Two transient white men were that the requirement for placing Orval Keith and wife to Paul
road camps may be put into effect day of the triaL arrested for petit larceny, according be Barber; and wife. $200.
atiill1 l*1tiI ""' .!#'i: Ii' 'II''lk li' Ii' Wfliill coins in the parking meters [MARINEFREE
held to the sheriffs dept.They were
if the law and the courts allow it The Newmans wore being waived thereby permitting people; Rosa Ott to John Mulcahy and
asked the into other lar- named as Robert Bennie Prescottand
Buckels had Orange for investigation wife Kissimmee $7,400:
said to park: their vehicles at the met-
County officials about the idea cenies in Osceola as well as Orange Edwin Southerland. without placing coins in tt Elizabeth Williams and husband
which they approved subject .to Counties, Sheriff Bob Buckeb the men had the tank of their car: ITS to F. H. Wolford and wife, Kissimmee -
the balance of
Q The officers, directors and staff of certain limitations. reported. filled with gasoline and then drove during covering the $1,000.F. ,:
week 41Ally
County Attorney :Murray Over- They had stolen gasoline from off without paying dates of spec December 21 through December H. Wolford and wife to JohnC. COASTGUARD; .
street Jr. said he believed an agreement -: road construction machinery.Also Commsi- Rains and wife, $1,500.
I. .FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS should be entered into I in county court Monday Liquor And Truck sioner Stanko.24. Seconded by Richard O. Bronson and wife to

between the two counties if the afternoon: Confiscated. Here Commissioner Stanko asked Richard Lee Luzadder ana wife, INSPECTION
is into effect. The Lawrence Mitchell O'Day was $18,000.J. .
system put
& LOAN ASSOCIATION OF whether'or not the officer should
county commissioners advised him sentenced to 25 days in jail for Alert sheriffs deputies,.stopping A. Bovis and wife to Russell
to go ahead with negotiations. the theft of $9. a,pickup truck heading south from patrol: the area to determine those for Carelock and wife, 5000. 508 Broadway
of five trespass here found 76 gallons of moon persons who were parking Orange Gardens Inc. to Ferdin
.All one !
I ft Cecil shine weighing the vehicle down. long periods of time, however,
nolle prossed.
cases: were
Five Bitten By ;u ',.11( ,. :Howard Carroll was fined $33. Sheriff Bob Buckels reported the other Commissioners advised
I '. *, Dogs In December Cases dismissed were those against they arrested Jimmy Willis Striping that the officer would: have no

:" : The 6sceola County Health Department David Carroll, Donald Kaylor 34, of Haines City, on a chargeof basis for sighting a violation his or
has reported that five Coffman, John Artfmr Leggett transporting untaxed liquor 'requiring a person move
wish everyone i have been bitten by dogs and Theophilns Herman IIampton He said the deputies noticed the automobile if the requirement for
i ,lacing coins in,the parking
in this city since December 3. In sentencing the Newmans and truck had an improper tail light
waived. Upon call fqr
T. W. Miller, of.the health department Byrd, Judge Johnson said he held and looked as though it were carrying was Scalli and
Commissioners Rogers,
4 Very Merry Christmas reported all of the dogs the older brother mostly responsible a heavy load. Thacker voted for the motion
had been innoculated, all had city and added, "If they had beena Buckels said the liquor and Commissioner Autrey opposed, the
tags, and all were running loose. little younger, yoa would have truck were c nfiScated. motion, Commissioner Stanko abstained -
and a !!!! He .rcmindad those who own been charged with contributing to from voting. Motion car-
dogs that dog licensing and the the delinquency of minors." Sheriff Takes Gifts
giving of rabies shots to dogs i is He reminded the younger boys rjed.Mrs.
Happy and Prosperous New_ Year ? done in this county on a year around cf the first time they were burn-: To Boys RanchGifts the Commission Bradford to appeared discuss: inform ?
trial residents of Osceola
4 basis. Those having unregIstered -- ed and said he hoped the from be
dogs are urged to have would have the same effectthatthey County and the sheriffs department ally arrangements which might
here to be delivered today made for the continuing of the h-J-MEIY JSji
'- them innoculated and licensed at would stay away from those are
; once. things that might burn them. to Boys Ranch:in time for a Christ- program of annexing Royal Gardens -
mas party there. into the City ad providing -
Sheriff Bob Buckels said Judy water and sewer facilities.
Tindall and JoAnn Branch his office After considered disctssian: KISSIMMEE ELKS CLUB ,
aides, and Dep. Fred Little- the Commission instructed Mrs.
OPEN 'BOWLING' field will take the many gifts Bradford to have the principlesof No. 1873IKISSIMMEE

.. there. the firm of King Construction
The sheriff also mentioned that Company to meet with the City
the Scouts*of Troop 291 had given Manager and City Attorney to
considerable clothing as gifts. discuss further details of an agree-
ment or proposal to be submittedto

DAY AND NIGHT' Mrs. Richard Davis the Commission! at a later date. DRIVEiNTAMPA

Injured ThursdayMrs. George E. Smith Is 1 HIGHWAY

Richard Davis was severely Adults 50c Children under 12 free
injured in an accident Thursday Undergoing Training

DECEMBER 25 THROUGH JAN. 3 night when the car she was drivingwas Recruit George & Smith\, son of SHOW STARTS 7:00 P.M.
struck by another as she turn- Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Smith, of _....:- I
ed into the Orange Bowl Lanes Intercession City is presently as-
from the highway. She is confined signed to Company D, 2nd Battalion THURSDAY DEC. 22
to the Kissimmee Hospital. 1st Training Regiment of the
Don Satterlee of Orlando, driverof U. $ Army Training Center, Infantry "HOUSE OF USHER"'Vesuvious
NO LEAGUE BOWLING DURING THIS TIME the other car, was released after at Fort Jackson, S. C.
emergency treatment for cuts and where he is undergoing eight Express" "Squirrel Crazy"
f bruises. weeks of Basic Combat Training.G'R&E'GI'I1GS .
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LANES Allen's : $1 carload
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\ .Fag? 4 The Kissimniee Gazette Thursday; December 22,1960 SANTA'S IMPRESSED '. Cooperation Needed l -
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THEPSSJMMEE I CANT STAYISTRlBBUTjBY I Lack ef co-ordination between .
the street and the state road
4 .GAZETTE JLYTM GONNA jj -/ departments city may cpat the city f;, .t1

A A..isa H. PUTT .-.... RETIREH&R6j' I thoosands of' extra dollars, City ,'"t..l !
Manager Harold Farmer indicatedin .. .
u f t Office: H.;6 Ste""H Affr,,. a discussion regarding secondary 1 '
o c J Telephen* Tilden ;4$41Isso '
and primary road construction: !

11i I JCltte tk.,""Pea0tD.ar0 SlleoD4! .. at'eta. c.. ;ma Katter.'FIa. here.One place this lack of coordination I i >!I rJ

ino is expected to show up in relafcon :

.: -- Published Thursdays at Kisaimwee' Fiona to present construction; fs on '
': Bermuda Ave. Howell Jones, super. J }

. : inendent| of public, works, had said '. .J"t
cl l $civAKER the! specifications of the road department :-
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Editor sad Manager8UQCRIFi'ION were such that: they :
-L world interfere with the sever i
pipes already in the ground.. A r".t

RATES a Questioned regarding this, farmer -
:'BIz moalha" ?*4*; ODe year, $4.00* two yean. 17.00 said the depth of the! base was
'-', : so deep it would require the relo
; cating of the sewer lines: He explained -
NOTES ON CHRISTMAS nlr that sewage goes through ,1

the pipes on 4 gravity, not force :
Christmas celebrations become ;Q merry in Merrie Old England feed, and any change in elevation
I that they were abolis ed. in one place requires a change iI
"notes that the Puritans prohibited the< _
Work} BooK IJncyflqpedia item one end of the line to the -- : -
boisterous observances to the 1640's. They threw puts rQinisters who other. -

dared to bold services 09 Christmas Pay and l jailed anyone who didn'! Farmer said the state road engineers -
treat December 25 as a common work day. had
not submitted their I1
; But while! the Puritans were taking over England under Oliver plans to the city for the city en- .. ;
',Cromwell they were losipg tfre battle of Christmas. Riots broke out ineer's opinion.Kissimjnep. .------1 : .; .
.in 1647 protesting the ban on the hol;d4y. Apd an outraged group oi':' -
10,000 men,passed!! a resolution declaring that if they couldn't celebrate -
Christmas, they'd just as soon have thef king back. I COMPANY INSTALLS 50.000th PHONE-Florida Telephone I Corporatica recently installed a. extension -
in the home of Governor-Elect Farris Bryant the 50,000th installation for the company. In the
Charles I.
A *?W years later, th* Pnrjtana prudently beheaded King
'.But the English people invited his son'Charles II to come back in 1660 Planning Explained picture, seated from left to right, are Bryant Max: Wettstein. Jr. Standing, left to right Claude
and Christmas, as well as'the monarchy, was restored to England. I Livestock Locke, Wilbur C. King, Dr. R. C. Cuptming, C. C. Leiby and Charles SauDd ra::

f% attorneys, we have been in a posi-
To City Officials Market Report tion to appreciate the high principles < -
Florida Installs
"A WINTER. NIGHT I By KEN CALDWELL Telephone for which you stand. Wa
know that these fine principles and
The'silver flakes frojn thp winter sky Public participation in city planning er told the city commission."We I I 50,000th In Governor's HomeWith the spirit of service which has so
Fall with esctacy on-passen-by; is a necessity the people are hope to establish planning At. the Kissimmee Livestock exemplified your life will continue.
Free of the knowledge of human woe to understand and '!appreciate it, in your community in an orderly, Market Wed. Dec. 14, 1960, 388' to be exhibited during the next
Martin Gainer, acting director of continuing We cattle and appropriate ceremonies and C. C. Leiby, Vice President and
The flake fall below. ': :manner. want you calves were sold com four year as Governor of this
snow (fO dear paths the planning divisi L... of the Florida to learn in the next two years how pared to 682 a week ago. I dignafanes present, Florida Tele- Comptroller; Claude Locke, Gen great state"
/ Like silver lace in.the moonlight Development Commission, told' these things are done?* Slaughter steers, heifers and I phone Corporation achieved another eral! Commer Manager; Charles
,. The crystal* make a fairy lane) this night* ft officials here. The. proposed ordinance estab-s cows sold .50 1.00 lower. Salugh- great milestone! of progress Saunders, Ocala District Commer- Significant of Florida Tele-
Like the splendor of a million stars, < .t Thus it is expected that the city Hailing a planning advisory board ter calves sold strong. The demand when it installed its "SO.OOOth" cial Manager; and Otto Wettestein, phone's rapid growth in the postwar
.. :t They dance and play through my wi"do'Y} -bafsi ': planning board, to be establishedby provides for a five man board,with! was narrow for stocker cattle, but telephone as of December 13, I960. Jr., Chairman of the Board and period is the fact that tele-
And in that phantom work) of snow a new ordinance, may call on terms of office regularly being for stocker calves sold .steady. to $1.00. The "50,000th" installation was founder of the Company.The phones in service in its eighth
I watch the trees as they seem to glow citizens to volunteer for some of four years, with terms of office be- higher. made in the form of a gold plated gold placed Ericofon ex county Central Florida area increased

And. in the silence near the end'of the river, tiif work ahead. Included In this ing staggered. Utility slaughter steers $16.25- engraved Ericofon extension in the tension appropriately engravedfor from approximately 7,600at
The light wind make forms dance and quiver work the public can do is the preparation -: The board shall elect its own $17.00. Cutter and Utility heifers Ocala residence of Governor electC. the occasion and representing' the end of World War II to 50-

And over the fields,bleak and bare existing land use studies. chairman, and all meetings at $1.00 $16.50. Cutter and utility Farris Bryant.Dignataries the Company's 50,000th telephonewas 000 at the present time, an increaseof
.. "This is one activity the localpeople which official action is takes. shall cows $13.00 .. $16.50. presented to Governor elect 6:8c.: ;4t has been one of the
No the for the
will sweet-scented air. present! cere-
more pass can get involved in," Gain- be open to the public. We most rapidly growing independent
Cutter and utility bulls $14.00 monies, in addition to Governor i Bryant and l his by Max Wett
' Then in the freezing air, sound
t no\ telephone companies in the nation
$18.00. Good slaughter calves President and General Manager
stein -
erect included Wilbur C.
A if 'twas there God's pryant,
on own ground. and now ranks 28th in size
Land Sale $23.50 2625. Standard of the Company.In among
Large $19.00 -
IGA Now Under King, a member of the Florida!
Then in ,
., as a dream, you don't understandYou some 3,500 independent telephone
$24.00. Utility $15.50 $20.00. the presentation Mr.W .
Commission making
Railroad and Public Utilities
are touched as if by something grand. Disclosed Here New Ownership I Good & choice Vealers $25.00 ; Mayer Richard Cumming ettstein said; "In celebratingthis companies in the country based
Anij on this night as l look? toward heaven, $30.75. Medium & common stocker event for Company and upon operating revenues.
r A Winter u aven real estate Mr. and Mrs. Charles Critter of Ocala; James Hughes, Secretary our !
I Oh, God to you may.grace be given, agent has purchased about 95 acres I steers $14.00 $16.75. of the Ocala Marion Cham- the progress of this great Central It is the largest independent
I I' Fpr the. wonders of Nature "you've: .given. this day of Osceola: County land for *165- the formerly new owners of Columbus of the,IGA Ohio Storeon are Common heifers $13.00 $15.75. ber of Commerce; Vernon Coin, Florida area which it symbolizes, company not part of a holding
t i If, alas, it were only here to itayl! pop), a warranty deed, and state Bermuda Are. The of the Common stocker cows $11.50 Chairman Board of County Commission we are honored to install this "50- company group among some 23
stamps thereon show. store is name 14,15. Good stocker calves $20.25 of Marion County; Rep.. 000th" telephone in your home. Not telephone companies in the state.
I >,: '. Fred BrussQW: Filed in the office of Glenn Ray, Super Market"The now "Betty Jane's IGA I. $23.75.; Medium $17.50 $22.00.' W, M. O'Neill, Nick Nicholson, only is it significant of this area's Company officials are optimistic

county clerk, deeds show the sale Common $15.00 $18.00. Clk." of Circuit Court; Bill Perkins, rapid growth ,but 'I it is also }In about the continued groyth and
of the land is a two-way transaction Critter's have previously i City Comm. and L, D. Turner, Fla. recognition of your service to the potential of Central Florida and
Sportscar Races To with a group of Ohio and owned and operated grocery stores; The first known.' planting of Railroad and Public Utilities Com- State of Florida and as our most estimate that in the next five years
I Winter Haven people transferringtitle in Ohio and In Florida,having grapefruit hi the United State mission. Officials of the Company outstanding 'citizf; Because'of our there will 6e nearly 80,000 telephones .

to a Winter Haven Corp. and had two IGA stores in Ohio and I was- by a Spanish nobleman irPmel < present included Max,E. Wettstein, close association' with you throughthe in service in its operating.
that firm 'selling to Julian A. two at Cocoa Beacn, two; in EaGaffe as County, Florida, in 1825. I President and General Manager; years as one qf ,our Company! territory.
and! one on McrrjU Island
I eHeld Jan. 2122A Johnston} of Winter Haven. Some remodeling }is underwayat ; 0 O c.--.. -.

The land is located near the the stor.e' in preparation for the e poae / 0 .1 eO .
southeast; corner of Osceola Coun- Grand to'be 0 +L T'I .. & O
Opening held in Jan o CI # &J' Co
second sanctioned sportscarracq added, "We.have to put across via ty line. According to tax records, uary. The Critters; have three ? .
,is scheduled for the Kissim-, the land consists of of ) iir.
the public.a<4 Jdress< system, the description acres children, James Thomas 16, Rebecca .
mee Airport by the Osceola Golf 10-year-old trees, 10
of each car, its condition, orange acresof : 14, and Charles Frederick 12.
and Country Club and the Sports. one-year-old: trees; 34 acres of Charles .
and Bety Jane i > -C'
car Club of America, i it was announced and what is happening at all times, swamp, and a 9 % acre swamp. primarily interested l In good meats are -'.. "'
here Tuesday. so the people know' what's going According to the warranty deeds, 0'\
and their butcher chop is :well ""-
Ken Caldwell, general chairman, cm.nSteven Denver M.. Eckert and wife, George ;- stocked with high quality cuts of .:. ;. "
said the race date yilll I;>e January agreed this was essential W. Ferrall and Mary }:. Fer- all} kinds of meat. The department HOLIDAYI ... ,. *. .*. .- .
grocery ; 9 .
21-22-with the two days being do- and said the SCCA would do rall, and E.'L. Elberson and wife is i *,- c...*.' t'
votedto some of the finest sportscar everything: possible Jut bring" this I'' transferred the property to the nationally) known restocked brands daily of foods.with! 1 .
racing {In the Central l Florida about. F. Citrus .
I E. E. ,Corp. of Winter Spur inspection of the store is .
region. .
Arrangements also being : ..
are Haven. invited. ; .
George Stevens of the SCCA 'made to broaden the area at which I l t : ..r? ,

agreed with Caldwell and said his spectators could watch the racs. ( .. "
organization is arranging to have They had been primarily confined' Chamber: To Hold Tax Spit To Be '
races on both days instead of practice to the area aWg! the north- uth :
races oq Saturday and the regular runway at the first race. Membership Drive Heard January. l 18
races on Sunday, When it was suggested that the A one-day drive for members .
At a meeting of the race committee race course be changed, Stevens will be held by ths Chamber pf The taking of testimony in a V 0 1\\ 0r
of the club Caldwell made a said, "We don't believe. i\ should Commerce, Charles Dixon, vice tax suit brought by owners of more OREE1'.I.b.( I "
special point qf.vying arrangements be. It is *n interesting coarse and president and chairman of the thap 20,000 acres in Osceola County .
must be such that the spectators one which evened up the race between membership committee told the against county officials is. scheduled r
are better taken care of thanin the big and small cars. The board of directors. to begin J January 18. I ; .
the first race. drivers, liked it, and with more He'reported that the chamber Daniel J. LeFevre, attorney for ,
"We have learned a lot about spectator area, I think the spectators now has 71 new and renewed the plaintiffs, filed notice wjth ,
aportscar rues; and we fed the willjike: it even more now that memberships, and there 'are 150 Circuit Court Clerk Glenn Ray that
first race would have been a complete they have some idea what they aregoI.a prospect. He set the goal at 225 Judges Roger A. Barker wbuld be-
success had it not rained," g to see"Caldwell members. gin hearing testimony at 1030 TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS .
I Caldwell declared.: And he turpedto is,to announce committee The date for the drive has not aaa. ,
the committee members and appointments shortly yet been set. I .
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Rotary Hears Of Bank ShareholdersTo FREE f FOR CHRISTMASSee TURKEYS

Meet January 7Th [ larger ad in this FOR HOLIDAY CHEER Come and hear o

County Road ProgramCounty e.e of |the First National pf shareholders BanE- [issue for your turkey,. '"f WOODY TYNER at the piano I. ,;' '.&, -' .

of Kjssimmee will be held at 2:30 Eddie demons .
Commissioner Jack Robertson the county anything. They\ just pja. January 7, u S. Chapman, play favorite holiday music at

speaking to Kissimmee Rotarjans come through like a railroad. I cashier, }has announced. TROPICALREAL e' your . ., ,. _
declared the state holds expect it In four or five years..,. Directors w U be elected, at that. \ ESTATE ,
tight contro) pyer 1'0.4 building in If th.q} ; turnpike) a.utboritrmnta it, time. '" '.,.tir*1iiII ''IIiiII: tia:.D IDP_.4r THE MUSICAL BAR I Glamorous /
County. it will go through.
If e said because "not one of us He said the question of primary 4 eQrar+-6.M..J!!. ".G"'Q44"' ,! :. Thursday Friday Saturday ,

'Pay a penny Into a road and,bridge road construction was one of big .
fund,from ad valorem tax"and "all county n. small county. He said o" 8, P.M. to MIDNIGHT' \ Gift Wrapping

the money comes from the ,state" Main the only primary! project '
the auditors| watch how it is spent in the county. .. .. .
very carefully' Asked ff he believed Bermuda .
IJe said that before a road 9 ube Ave,now being paved by the state| .FREE
sulk the county must have title would be extended on to Hwy.. 92 "*
to the iight-of-way and roa.4, dorth of the city, Robertson said he i
money could only be used fer knew nothing like that in the plans I i PLANNING A
drainage jf the ditch or canal protected now. JIMMIE'S
'a madRobertson I1 ___
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} said the county gets 4x -'a 491c' f f'II
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about a halt million dollars year First federal' To ( I

:funds.:from the state in secondary =road Close For Holidays ; ? BARe

"We get an adequate a very "The Offices(; of the First Federal .S GET. ((2',
nict sam Of money," he declared. Savings and Loan'Auo ia on ,
He acid, strictly under the f f Osceola County will be closed 1 t 2 t 4 EXPERT v' AND V'Ff ,11, ,
jurisdiction of the State Road peg all day Thursday.! December 29th, }
aa to when road. are. built (or the purpose of computing and 4, ADMAT .
As to the cost of roads built by posting dividends. The office will r f rt '
the state,Robertson 4eclard; resume, regular business hours on f P AqKAGSTOR1 : routrs o
"I feel. that we eouM get many Friday. %3r
more tniies of'road if we were allowed '' The First Federal will be closedDecember Mwy "' : Q
la do the job. Stafe roads ?6tlrnd 1 god.N' .
anMry "
cost fnzn 55,000 to$55,000 a mile. JIMMIESBAR :' J;;-'

We feel that we can take that Christmas! \ [. /
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Mefer '
Forking ; I. : -'
money an4 put in *a adequate 01 _- '
county road and get about twominx Until l Next MqndayAQ 1- o I .
} Have _
a Gay : ,1. >-
for every one mile. But they>> tLC.kEIAKD-Mi.I: ,: .
wouldn't be ;up to the standards parking:,meters in the city tid Y!! w.. I -_-_ J
,set'1IJ: the state." I of Kis immee. will be "sacked" : ,! ... .: .. -.. 1.'U1 '

One\ Kotarian.asked whether ql'' until next Uonday! according to : .. .. ..._,- -. ftr atC '
not the county eoqsmissjon.has! has taken ig announcement'by Dty Manage I I'DRI } -" I' itPG" >'
IUD AND JOHN'S F8 mF 7 tae atF 9 iir..f i
any stand on the turnpike extension. Harold Farmer.UThis. -, CI'O ; -.i"o, h } : ; -A
1\ meajis that np money will VI-F Ism!E JG"'IIP.'tr" :.;t'; ... ,., I .- .', .* -a
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"As ... -
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matter of '
fact, nq< Roberta ) be put in an '-.meter sntil < j ... '. : .- q- "'" .' .. ;; --'
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answered.They! dont asfc that dat b said ", ii-
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Raymond Sessions, Paul Campbell, the John Jamisons; at Miami; Miss 1 The Kissimmee Gazette.. Thursday December.. 22, 160.... Page. 5
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-,_...,...,..-tjf- Lucile Schmidt and Gene Canale.* Sydney Legit McComb, }!is'i.; Bitreith i -
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Best wishes'to each"of: you. at Tallahassee; the Nelson
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HA/ John Muskett is spending Uakinsons at Pompano; the hIp .

t titfJlrJll his leave from the navy .with his Moorea! at. Charlotte N.C.; Job* Orange Gardens JottingS.

parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Mus- Potter at Hattiesburg, Miss and ( .
kett. Also visiting the Musketts is **
Monks Corner S. C.; Miss Sandra OF THE WEEK
1 Mrs. J. M.: Sighelz of Wilmington; By
Delaware.! Phillips and her sister )Marcja at

: *;;, By BETTY. EBY Mr. and Mrs.' Paul Riggs and Hattiesburg, Miss and. Moncks By BETTY CAZIER I ANNA J. REYNOLDS I
: Corner, S.C.; the Jack Stones at I
family are spending the Christmas II
kJ.,',t. holidays with relatives and friendsat Miami; Clarice Tucker at Clarks- Fellow Highland members. of I affair. A set of "get acquainted' I -again---

,, Temple, Georgia. vdle, Tenn.. and hf largaret Barrett the "Parents Raising ChildrenPub" and "mixer" dances will be called Once I | 1;
at Homestead. | Since 99 % of we residentshere ,. and a variety of entertainment wil said.
Miss Helen Bass will spend tho; will'spend Christmas at Daytona Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Grigsby in Kissimmee Highlands are be furnished. Highland teens mat Gardens are tewy making of plans their ._ .- t
Christmas 'holidays at &r+,.ota with the C'G. Phillips family. Also |let( Tuesday for Kansas where Mr. and Mrs., Sam Lupfer_ in parents in the 30-40 age group, bring guests not residents of the for the entertainment ,
the holfiiy "I've been married four times
with Mrs. :Blanche Rains and Ora.'. planning to be with them-is Wallace .. they relatives.will spend the holidays!! with and children are spending the holidays ind raiding an average of 3-( Highlands. If there are teens whc s V -, .town CT Jt sts is at this time of Do you think I'm a J loose woman; ?"

Lena Miller. :Phillips; and his family from with! Mrs. Lupf r'1I relative* youngsters .per family we can need a ride to this event, call tht the season.year that Grange Gardens "No, dearie, you're: just a busy

Alma and Gene Hetherington Washington, D. C. Jan Mickler;; student at the at Chattanooga, Tenn. afford to skip over the ads reading Joe Lowe residence TI 7-2418 (}fro truly lives up to its reputation ol 'm-fUy."

}fr. and Mrs. C. C. Georgia State College.for Womenat "What To Get The Gal ((01 Lowe is the KHCA Chairman fos zing an "active retirement s CQny: \ e t
"" Q_ 4I,._ ..)\ rifed last weekend from Berger Fremont ar-, Milledgeville, .is spending the Mr. and Mrs. Hubert D. "Jim"- Guy) Who Has Everything!" the party); or call the Dick Caziei munity." In view 'of this busy The clergyman at the end of

Ohio to spend the at holidays with her mother, Daisy Greear spent the weekend at Shucks what we need _is an residence TI 7-2315 and a ride wit: activity, it seems appropriate justto his sermon; inclided the state
winter 403
t Bay Street. Miekler. Gainesville with Mrs. Greear's parents ad entitled "What To Get The be furnished with one of the chaperoning wish all l the readers of the ment, "IJeaven is not a place of
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Casing- {Gal: (or Guy) Who Has tlo hin'l" couples. 'Jottings" a VERY HAPPY AND buying and selling.
Kate Knox is spending Christ- f
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ,Reynoldsare at Tallahassee with her wood. 'We parents after approximately The developers of Kissimmee MERRY CHRISTMAS! One the local merchants in
lI l- expecting holiday mas son, of'raising find Highlands are offering over $50.00 e the back
lI a gay Jennings and family. Bill DuVall, student at Erskine "Q-15 yrs children row was. neard to mur-
I their son, Carl, and his family from College, Due West, $. C., is spending our personal effects in sad shape. worth of cash prizes in a Christmas Misses Marjorie Fish,- Edith mur to one of his 'associate?,
Jacksonville will be with them and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Greear ofF the holidays with his parents, Our clothes for; the greater part Outdoor Decorating ContestAll Spencer and< Olive Fjsh hare a* "That's not where business has

'. they are also expecting Mrs. Rey.'nolds' Landerdale will spend the holidays Mr. and! Mrs. Roger DuVall.. are out-dated, out.- oded, (or out- Highland residents are eligibleto their house guests over the holidays gone anyway."
brother Harvey Peters and with their,son and daughter- grown though we don't admit to participate. Judging Will take Mr Hazel> Scindon, of Pit-
9 his family from Illinois whom in-law, the Jim Greears. Mrs. Larry Vail and Mrs* Robert it. and,sofne of mom's dressesor place the night of Dec. 22 and winners 'nan, N. J, !sister of the Hisses &Q G GIftG"JIL 4M .!\G IIIi
the yhayen't seen for several years. Mitchell of Bathe Maine are visit _"a4'5 shirts found their will'be notified. '
Downey Fish and Doss Mildred Vander-
who is stationedat
Bobby i i
*" ing Miss Myrtilla l Beals. into'the "dress-ups" BUY A LOT
Mr., and! Mrs. 4 Brinson are Camp LeJuene N. c. is spend- way kiddies hoof pf Kenosha., Wis.
} after their remarks of "You The Highland Women's Club helit's .
spendingtrje holidays with relatives ing the holiday leave with the Bill Mrs. S. L. Black of Rishmond dainty FOR CHRISTMAS j
this old dress, do yub December meeting at the St
don't want
at Meridian.
1tississipptDr that,
the here We to report
Downey Ky. will spend holidays are sorry
I dad, how Cloud Hotel and enjoyed delicious $10 DOWN
mom? or, "Hey a $7 MO.i]
with the E. L. Black family. Mrs. D.'Coe Love 3 a patient st ,
;,Ben Curry is spending the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ingram and about his old ragged shirt?" chicken :dinner. A gift exchange Osceola Hospital However, w< Eddie ClemonsTROPICAL

holidays here with his mother Mrs. Buddy will spend the, Christmas Jimmy Lupfer, stu Alice Martin. He is on the facultyof weekend with relatives at Opelika, University of South Florida is monthly budget we strike it lucky was given to Margaret Callahan and soon return to her borne.SC PARK .
Georgia State- College at Atlan Alabama. v spending the holidays with his par and find a few spare bits of ready president. The remainder of the ery REAL ESTATE
ta. ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Earle evening was spent in playing
cash. So we hustle and bury it out .
Jackie Tippie, a student at Arkansas Major and Mrs. Arnold D. Sim-
Ray Sessions Jr., student at A&M is spending the holidays L ffe!". in the back yard until we can get cards. S 5 onson of 1608 Orange Blvd. have fit Carroll St. on the'

'" Emory University at Atlanta, is here. Edith Loughlin, student of nursing : to town and meanwhile lovely a. house guests Mr and Mrs. A frail. in Kissimmee. -1
I spending the with his I visions of that dress or pair 'r'& January general! KHCA
holidays parents at Petersburg, ya, !Mr. and new J. Weaklev of Philadelphia and
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Ses Lorna Jean Brooks, student at Mrs. A. H. Snyder of Petersburg,i I of shoes dance tentatively or meeting will be held January 23rd. Mr. Lewis Butler of Pawtucket, Open anytime day or

sions.. ." Florida Southern, and Renard and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Elam of da4 dreams of the new suit or at the American Legion Home and R. night
ll. Brooks student at Georgia Tech, the hol. fishing rod he's wanted. So what will be centered about youth. Art I.Mr.
Cuthbert Ga. have
TQ l. are spending and Mrs. Weakley
oy Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crosby visit- r
# are spending the holidays with
for diet Christmas
ed friends here last week. idays with Mrs. Mattie Van Loughlin. happens Dyer will be the chief speaker purchased property en 1722 Oak a !
their Mr. and Mr I.
parents ? Clary We get to town, but invariably the evening. There will also be a intq their
Brooks. Street and will more : turkey with each lot.k I .
Birthday congratuIations this return-With a new eggbeater or demonstration on first aid for new home at the end! ojf this _

week are being sent to Pat Allen, Jim and Wayne McLaughlin, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Jowers shower -drtain. or extra shoes children month in qrder that they may
Jane Kelley, Peanut Whidden, Linda students at Florida Southern, are and children of Gainesville willspend' for the children or new tires S e celebrate their 48th wedding anniversary

NORRIS Ruth Schmidt, Patsy Thacker, spending the holidays with their Christmas here with Mrs. for car''' or a can of paint for THE CHATTERBOX New on January 1. Congratulation
I Joe Criner, lisa Goold, Laura Bres- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mc- Ellanore :;;wen and !in. St. Cloud the house. And there we are, right residents: On MARTINA, the C. are extended to the
CLEANERS sler Pettis, Nancy Speirs, Mary Laughlin. with the Clifford Fertics. where! we started from. D. Jacksons and daughter have 'Weakley's. '

: Gardner Ben Kraljey Wade Lanier Ensign and Mrs. Norwood Gay So Santa, just in case your! reading moved into 2617. He is employedby .* *
Bill gammons, Dot Bass P. K. Frank Glass, student at Middle III of Charleston S. C. will arrive this! column get out a catalog Martin Co. Mrs. Rudolph K. Reimers has

,,[IQIIMQ.4IIII6I1M!! -'. i Weaver, Mattie| Tyner Linda Bass, ents State, Mr.Tennessee and Mrs is visiting Glass.his par- Saturday to spend the holidays close your eyes flip to any New at the 2608 residence are been called to Detroit, Michigandue

Edgar with Mrs. Gay's mother: and grandmother page, and point! That's it! I Mr. and Mrs.: Harold Wigal and! to the illpess of her; sister-in- k

7i- Bill Whidden, Chris Colombo and Mrs. Ellanore Jowers and KHCA PLANE: NUMEROUS three children. The Wigals are law Miss Lisa Bllss e. We hope

.. ....\ \\4,'., ., Mf" Murray Bateman, students at Troy Mrs. J. L. Orel-street. CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES formerly pf St. Cloud. she will l be returning: ; to her home

.. .?. ," State Alabama, are spending the Dr .and Mrs. Frank Ashley of The Kissimmee Highlands Civic Oa BEAUMONT, new at 2513 in the very near S. .SC future.
::" holidays with their parents. arrive Association has been busy with are Irene and Guy Lamb and three
Chattanooga, Tennessee wilt
Mr. and Mrs. }Hal R. #Reynolds
i Pete blears, student at Georgia Friday to spend the holidays with plans for providing "ChristmasFun children. Guy has a sanitation
their house guests, Mrs
j :; for Everyone", All. residentsof truck and Irene is by hove as
Mr. employed
Tech, js spending the holidays with Mrs. Ashley's parents, and) Reynolds' brother Martin B. Johnson -
his parents Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Mrs. M. E. Schellenberg.James the Highlands whether 9 mos. the Martin Co. They formerly and his daughter\ Kay Louise,
Mears. or 90 yrs. of age should be able to lived in Kissimmee.At .
I and Helen Kinard of Columbia find some type of Yuletide activity 2511 are Louis and Elizabeth who is a student &\ the Duluth

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest DuVall arrived S. C. are spending the holi- to interest them Lanier and son. Formerly of Jack- Branch of the University of Min

Sunday from Michigan, to days with Helen's mother Mrs. TOTS SEE SAWTA On Dec 16th son, Miss, both work at Martin. nesota. She is majoring in physical -

r I spend the winter with their son Maude V"illiams, approximately 60 Highland children -. education... ._ *
and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. 5 saw Santa at the Kis-
Mrand Mrs. W. F. Graham and yrs CONGRATULATIONS: To Mr. Dr. .
Roger DuVallTeachers and and )Is Beauchamp: have
11 son Randy of Columbia S. C. visited iJlu ee Highlands} model home and Mrs. Roger Higman of Milton as their house guests, "Mr. and -K

.o just\ ?n Pjd fashioned '" = at Qsceola High Schoolare Mr.. and Urs. Allen Hunt over. gaye> him Santa their personal the 'tots Christmas his who are the proud parents of a Mrs. George Beauchamp Jr., and!
K. taking advantage of the holidays the weekend. lists. gave un- baby girl Lynne Marie, 5 lbs and family and Dr. Beauchamr/s
Christmas! divided attention and sent them off
wish-'Merry and will spend Christmas with born Nov. 10. brother Robert Beauchamp of inpxoHave:
their friends and relatives Mr. Capt. and Mrs. Ben Kraljev Jr. with a gift. Wabash Ind.
and Mrs. Travis Akin will visit! at and children Kim and BenjaminEllis Highland children; whose parentsare .' !

I. 1 AUTREY i MOTOR CO. 1 Columbia Bivins Tenn.; Miss Alycone the; ,holidays win arrive with Friday Mrs. Kraljev's to spend Highlands members civic; 'of Association the Kissimmee will be "rttor| ;HIGHLAND a week at VISITORS the Frank: Visit-Higgins Art Van.H m' tells sliest"the IIEnE
at Granada,
Mississippi '' '
; residence was little girl who ran to her mother
hays Higgins'
Mr. and Mrs.\ Ellis F.
parents treated to a Theatre Party on Dec. a jplly
SALES SERVICE Richard Gerding at Lima, Ohio; "Mommy,' the next
I Davis. mother Mrs. Dora Clayton of Dayton crying boy
26th at 2 p.mat Arcade
the! Sammy Goodens at Okalona, Tenn. door broke JoU-! VulcjjfjejYIDA :
my !
tre in Kissimmee. The film which .
Miss. and! Chattanooga, Tenn; the Mrs. Alice Beavers Clinton- "How did he" break ?" her ..
.wJt? :#.J!:#' J.:4"-dr J'.JdFJ stationed
JJdTJ.ttr Will be shown is the popular Walt PFC. Kenneth Willey -
Larry Gross' at LaMoille1, Illinois! ; viUe Pa. arrived Monday to spend! mother asked.
I _. __. __. __. _. __. the Winter with her daughter Mrs. Disney movie "Pollyanna". at Camp Lejeune, N. Carolina;, GOULD
"He it when
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Members pf the KHCA will drive visited his parents the Doyle
Vida Gould Parade Ave.
a / the children to and from the thea- Cross's of Milton. and STAFFsue .,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hutchinson tre and will chaperone them. Those Guest of the Roger Higman's Sick List
I and Carol Sue_will spend Christy children who wish to attend will] Milton is Mr. Higman's mother Also: :
a git-well-quick Reps
relatives at Mulberryand Martina from New Y rk.
: mas gather at the Model Home on Robinson of :Milton, who is, hos-
Tampa. Guest of the Dave Aubert's on SALES
on Mon. the 26th at 1:30
pitalized at McCoy APR hospital
sharp, for their rides. Highland Beaumont, is Mrs. Charles Wilson Tupperware Distributor
BENTON'S HAS GIFTS FOR Tom Funk, who was severely in- children and chaperones will sit in of Washington, D.C. Bea Aubert MERRY CHRISTMAS : ;
jured in a freak accident at Funk and HAPPY NEW YEAR :.t'. fkUt.'W.
and sons has just returned from
reserved section of theatre.If
: a
Lumber Mill underwent surgery
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i1 I Hospital parents or others wish to accompany Washington after visiting rela W1t1F-'JtF JJtF 1.Ir-1Jt1F1Jt w.'
Tuesday at Orange Memorial M .
DIAMONDS WATCHES the children they may dq tives. for several weeks. .. ... II "- ,,, f' U
9 so but must provide their own tick. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lea Hack- i f.

e CLOCKS Miss Lucille Antrey of Moultrie ets. Parents who wish to drive' worth, is Mrs. Mabel Hackworth. ,. : ==,=S'I
Ga., is spending the holidays vrjtb their children to the theatre are from Sandusky, Ohio. __ ff'

-! 6 TRANSISTOR RADIOS! AND'HUNDREDSt her brother D. L. -Autrey. and urged to have them there by :2 p.m. The Gene Smith's, Milton en \ \, .
family. as the. Highland will enterthe tertained Mr. and Mrs. ,Clifford. \,.. 1-4 :. '
L OF OTHER FINE GIFTS. f16 theatre and family\ and Mr. and Mrs. Rich. ':\\,,<; 1',. J I. :--... -
Mrs. William' Grigsby enter- ard Groover .....,,,:;- : : ..J.,. L.- .
on Thanksgiving.
A surprise treat be givento "' 1.I 1.r 1.
tained with dinner at the Tropi- :
a the children compliments of The Matt Oleskow's entertained ;;
rw cal Hotel Sunday honoring TUrs Evans Hardware. Jim and Toni Hood from Key

Maurice Grigsby's' birthday. The Dick Cazier who has the mem- West for the Thanksgiving week.
guests were Rev. 'and Mrs. Maurice ..
bership list of paid members, will "- 'Ij
Grigsby, Rev. and Mrs. Don end.Bill : :.:::
deliver the theatre tickets to Callahan Beaumont, has I : ..;:.:v '_ V
Van Etten, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
r the home of Highland children: eli- just returned home after several]I ...'.- ':::::-v ". ,
Eby and Charles Eby. .. .. -
gible to attend. days at Orange Memorial Hospital IN :: .io. -.- -

Miss ,Betty Autrer, a member The KHCA has a coke and record Our Sympathy: A Prayer For Your Happiness...
4 of the faculty at Stetson University party forx all Highland Teenagers Extended tt Mrs Roy Bay whose j:

is spending j t the holidays wit! 12-18 yrs. of age. The event will mother passed away recently.
e1 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L be held at the Orange Gardens Also, to Mr. Joe McWQliamiwhose : MRS. MAC'S RESTAURANT r
I Autrey. v Com: Use, on Dec 23rd from 8 father passed J away orThankgiving.
Z until 11:30 p.m. A 'well rounded Joe flew to Pittsburgh e k ke
-- Martin Glisgon;: who is stationedat evening will be provided with I to spend several days witl:; CLOSED CHRISTMAS. DAY&ttyff3 .

._ Camp LaJuene, N. O, is visiting KJlC members chaperoning the his mother. .*_* z; s y
dt. his M? ,and Mrs -
-- parents ......__ .__ _.. _
""oIL tdl & '!! U I. 4M "''' A4M''
S Dewayne Lanier. 1t -:rI'

,() Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Richard e M .

ir are spending the Christmas holidays ,! !'(11M i'

with their son and hU wife,
the Richards Quan- f f
George at
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tico Va. George a former member I It It
LJ pf tie Gazette staff, was recentlj t

commissioned> a 2nd. Lt. in the 9i
Marines. He' will be stationed ai
I f
rmtsnrTDlstUctlts. Quantico for eight months whil<

Manually styled attending school e I
cue led iL S3 .lee.'H, sk c\- ,
resistant pftehtoq adjusted forSJ1JI Eddie Clemons is spending th<
1' lisps m"IC7, I Christmas holidays at Detroit I
M IOlIVa -20" tOll' MAt" tuiw eiuieiio u rtrrrt i Michigan.
'i i tu boll Bilovi| "30". Latest ftsftica.\ Wnsuil it* 4 perfect diamonds set latig If
"- as I tw.I l|. ujf-wlll41111, *. 21 l Jewtl. avikchmf+ a bay i. 23, !ItwtJ ranch _! On tb,j sick list ,this week a1' 111V -

I: ,attr' rOG.(,".'sIIDC''esietanL sn.po IXPIlIlca bracelet J5WO with bracelet Matcliil eipaaslo WI """I the Kissiramee Hospital Pear:1 .tar N r, 1 Lk;,p'' II I i f .rr-
Johns, Mrs. Louisa Miles Berth; it ti 4 4nti I

Papechagen; Freeman Stokes C iit I 4 4t

l f sy to g nr the hest.:; utcV A{ D. Blood Japet Partis Ernes sa 0We F
Wagner, Romana Ivey, 'Carolinas. t! e

I DeBord, Lloyd Fish, Virginia s .
i ; ; CAsicRTilT iatjd $1 Coalter, Juanita )Miller Nellie Ida!,
Walir long,as (:Roll'! are \ pray that your !
ONLY. 1 l Eugene Harvey, Alice 4an Thomson p'
Si- intact; rrfc Include federal,Tax { Bobby Smith, Clem K&uf man t< Chrsmas will I 'yw. -' ,v'l\

HOLDS YOUR CHOICE. Brenda Lopfer. > be rich In all theSp'irifyqrB' f r.. rrTc.1; \ : .4

n If;its from Benton its guaranteed' At the Osceola Hospital. Ham' Joyous Chittmas .sin9i .- "

Clifton John Lund, Oren Smith, r
I Doris Trotter, Mary Lave Lotti
psw,lt, A. F. Crosby; Jean May i

h: e NT9\J'S.[ JEWELRY. .. n, na4 Tin Brow q,gobbiat N/ti Sean>R ,Mttritt Louis Moms Fortin 4nK, MargueritPulfen. ,Smith dan 5 HO R E I g'' 5 S N Y.J D; E R S F BASS FUEL QIL.

Jeaet Lee Hester Powell DUTCH KITCHEN
TI-6-3711 Grace Wamner, Belinda Warria- i JACK BASS DI|Ff1 JUnpep. Product 5*
109-Broadway! Her, Emil Garicke George Farmer, MEN'S WEAR. II.,. 441 5 miles east |J'V'| : .

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Page 6 The Kissimmee Gazette Thursday, December 22, 1960 yr .,t
I Tv/o Local Firms ListedIn
- I I Footlight Theater

Challengers Class Woman's Society'Has ,

Met Friday Night Christmas ProgramThe J Duncan Hines BooksTwo

Selects Cast. :
The Challenger's Class met in Woman's Society of Chris .
Kissimmee eating and lodging has pioneered in upgrading the
the PhHathea Classroom of the tian Service of the First Methodist
First Christian Church Friday Church met Monday afternoonin Darrell Gill who will direct I who will be portrayed by Irene establishments received national standards of service offered the
"Laura" for the Footlight: Theater Dunham is fiercely loyal but in American traveler.
evening for a Christmas Party.: the educational building with recognition in the new 1961
The meeting was called to order Mrs. F. O. Tewksbury presiding. Guild announced this week the her old country ways disapproved : editions of the Duncan Hines Travel -
selection of the cast as follows: highly of Laura's friends and the
with the
by class president Mrs. Emerson The meeting was opened i
Books "Adventures in Good Eat- Van Etten
McKissic Eloise Gross that :Mrs. Dor-
Plylar. Bro. Cox led the group in group singing Christmas Carol accompanied Robert shenanigans occur.
prayer. After a short business by Miss Louise Thoma- John Colombo, Douglas Horde,Harold pan: the landlady and Danny's mother ing" and "Lodging for a Night"out To Visit Parents
Lord, Irene Dunham, and Judy disapproves of Danny's this month, according to an '
meeting, games were played and son. Mrs James Winland read the Miss Sally Van Etten, senior at
refreshments served."An exchange poem, "Can This be Christmas' wJt Jones. Tentative dates for present- friendship with Laura for she announcement from Roy IL Park, the University of New Mexico

of gifts were made by the groupof by Dr. DeHann. After a very brief ing "Laura" are February 17 and thinks that Laura is corrupting editor-in-chief: of the Duncan limes will arrive Friday, to spend the
18. It was decided to give the playon Danny's talent for classical music
the meeting ,
members.Friendship business discussion Rev.
about 25 Institute, ppublisher of the travel holidays with her parents
was turned over to Mrs. Wm. f# Irt1tL two successive dates in orderto by permitting him the run of her books. and Mrs. Dorr Van Etten of 814
accomodate the many people of record collection.' Judy Jones has .
Skinner who introduced the youth
By virtue of his citrus Emmett Street.
Inc. who participated in the programas A; f Kissimmee and St. Cloud who wish! been selected as Mrs. Dorgan. holdings. Park is a frequ.nt,visitor grove Miss Van Etten attended high
"Laura"The Eloise Gross will the of
to see play
Held Gift ExchangeFortyfive follows: part to Florida. lie is a member of the school in Wayne, New Jersey,
play takes place entire/! the mystery girl. Her reasons for
John Jr. opened the of the
Briley program Grand Island Citrus Cooperative, Vhere she was a member
members attended the with a piano solo, "The Laura's apartment. Mark Mc- wishing Laura dead are the most Umatilla, and the Haines City Citrus National Honor Society. In collegeshe
Pherson.the detective who will be surprising to be discovered by
December meeting of Friendship Chariot Race"; Diana Cockerille Growers Association.The has been a member of Spurs
entitled "If lieHadn't 'ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Dean Brown of Mrs. played by Bob McKissic has been I. Mark the detective. The part of of
Inc. at the Tropical Hotel Thursdayand gave a reading SANTA VISITS Kisftiraraee establishmentsare Honor Society, a eabinetyofficer
enjoyed a delicious dinner. Come"; Ruth Hale sang Walter Murphy's sixth grade assisted Santa Claus during his busy assigned the task of finding out Olson a policeman, will be por- among 9,200 eating and lodging United Student Christian Fellow-

Attending for their first time "0 Holy Night" by Adam accompanied season by taking his place at the Christmas party for the Central who murdered Laura. He is faced!. trayed by Louise French and Sam- places in North America "Recom- ship, a member of the Student Ed-
were Mrs. Lloyd Fish of Iowa Mrs. by :Miss Louise Thomason; SchooL lie is shown above as he loins the glee clubs of the 5th and with an impossible task for near- my Gooden.Mr. mended by Duncan Hines." Theyare ucation Association, and of Town
John Hoffman of Ohio, Mrs. Wal- The Secretary of Youth Work, 6th grades under the direction of Mrs. June Bond. The program was ly everyone who know Laura had:. Biff will assist Mr. Gill in : Frazer's listed in "Adventures Club.
ter Thackwray of Ontario, Mrs. .Mrs. Murray Overstreet Jr. read scheduled to be held in the high school auditorium but due to rain a motive for murdering her.Danny, directing "Laura" and Mr. Louis in Good Eating"; Virginia During her college career Miss
William Winter of Ontario, Mrs. the Christmas Story from Luke had to be held in the hall of the central school. (Photo by Cooper) the landlady's teenage son played' French, who was technical directorfor Motel listed in "Lodging for a Van Etten wrote an original prize

Dorothy King -of Santa :Maria, with the Nativity Scene depictedby by Douglas Horde, had both motive the highly successful "My Night." winning essay, for which she appeared -.
Florida, Mrs. Harriet Lewis of Os- : Mary Sue Lewis as Mary and Women and opportunity. Waldo was Three Angels", will also be techni- In addition, there is the third on television and was a-
business Sorority Members the first of the many men in' director for "Laura". Duncan Hines Travel Book "Vaca-
wego, N. Y., and Mrs. George ; Fred Dyer as Joseph; the Youth warded a $1000 college scholar-
Swmeheart of Kissimmee. I Choir directed by :Mrs. Harold Jlan Meeting Jan. 7 Display Hobbies Laura's life for he was responsiblefor The regular December meetingof tion Guide," now in preparationfor

Christmas carols were sung by Farmer sang several Christmas I j Laura's success and popularity.John the Footlight Theatre Guild will publication in February, 1961. ship.For the pact two summers she
Mrs. Newton Olson, Mrs. Erford carols during the program. The Mrs. Dorothy Purdy, president The Beta Epsilon chapter of Colombo has been picked for be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday night, "These 1961 editions mark the has attended College Seminar and
Woods and Mrs. Donald Cooper- program was closed: with a devotional of Kissimmee Business and Professional Beta Sigma Phi met in the lovely I the part of Waldo. Shelby, who will December 27 at the American Legion beginning of our second quarter ofa been on the College Staff of
rider, accompanied by Mrs. Erma by Mrs. John Briley and the Woman's Club, recently I home of !Mrs. Al Hunt in Dellwood be played by Harold Lord, was Home Kissimmee.. Final details century of service to the Amer- Ghost Ranch New Mexico, the
3IcLellan. benediction by the Pastor Rev. appointed Sybil Carte as chairman Park Wednesday night. I Laura's fiance. His jealously possessive for the production of "Laura"I can traveling public Park stated. National Conference Grounds of
A reading was given by Mrs. John Briley. of a special committee for & The party rooms were gay with. nature makes him the number will be discussed. All members and : "In 1935, the first 'Adventures in the Presbyterian Church. The Rev.
Harry McPherson. Carols were I Refreshments were served in the dinner on January t 7 honoring Christmas tree and other festive i 1 suspect. Bessis, Laura's maid friends are urged to attend. Good Eating' launched a new and Dorr Van Etten has been pastorof

sung by the group and a gift. exchange bungalow by members of the Mary members of the Florida federation decorations. Each member brought unique publishing venture, one that the First Presbyterian Churchof

was enjoyed. Clark Circle and a special table retirement horns officers and 12 a gift for the Christmas basket in I Win 1 Kissimmee since February 1960.

.4 4.." I.,4JCi. was laid for the youth in the :Men's members of its board of trustees. which the chapter is participating.Mrs. .I Fifteen Persons Prizes
voted to give the gifts to the
rl' j i Bible Class Room with Mrs. Henry Those serving on the committee Ken Caldwell presided over Boys
Simmons as hostess. will include Truitt Schellen- the short business meeting in the I Ranch. Laura Lee LllcasEntertained
At Park N- Wash
;ODDS ARE I berg, Eliza Dean, Rita Lurie, and absence of the president, Mrs. Art LaundryFifteen' Guests present at the Court of
Rose Bobroff. Honor and at the Christmas party Monday
: Scalli.
of 4 will lots]
C.out[ buy
Hobbies Subject Of The newly appointed board of The program,Pleasures of Pos- persons! won clothes Julia Bass and Buster Kenton.In were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rob- Miss Laura Lee Lucas entertained -
tat[ $10 Down & $7 Mo. :, trustees, selected at a meeting session-The Collector" wals given baskets as Par -N-Wash Laundry addition the laundry gave a ishaw and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip at a Christmas party at her

[ they through) ., Sorority MeetingThe held in Kissimmee in December, by Mrs. Caldwell and Mrs. Byron on East Vine Street celebrated its free wash to everyone, plus free Wall. Robishaw is a former assist- home on Neptune Road Monday
will represent each of the 12 dis- ileman.[ "Ever since the beginning third anniversary. soft drinks and balloons, the latter ant scoutmaster of Troop 291, ands night.
Ilf TROPICAL PARK j Delta Alpha Chapter of Ep- tricts in the,Florida federation. man has been collecting," said Winners were R. A. McKernan, donated by McCrozy's. presenntly stationed at Omaha. The perty rooms were festive

[ see the beautiful] silon Sigma Alpha held its monthly The property for the retirement Mrs. Caldwell in her interesting Mrs.\ Ruth Belcher, Mrs. Louis A large number cf persons came Nebraska with the Air Force, and with gay Christm decorationsand
meeting and a Christmas party home is located on the east shoresof history of hobbies and recreation.A Fort, Mrs. Opal Chesnut," Mrs. to inspect the now enclosed laun- Wall is District Scout Executiveof a gold Christmas tree.
lots at TODAY'S BEST I at Hart Memorial Library on December Lake Tohopekaliga and was game in which the members Charles Potts, Jerry Gadd, Rutn dry building which features a new Tohope'District. He is from Or- The guests included Jim Wilson,

BUYS! : 19. donated to the state! federationby sketched Santa Claus was enjoyedand Reach, Maude Williams Bonnie double stainless steel starch sink lando. A film produced by the Boy Linda Partin, Fred Dyer BobbyJo
The program Self-Expression in > Mrs. Mildred Dreyer, a memberof Mrs. Charles White was declared Stello, Pat Smith; Sarah Smith, along with other added conven- Scout National Office about the Hodala, Virginia lIatchell, Phil-
Hobbies was presented by the the Kissimmee club. Mrs. Avis winner. The program was Jean Hammer, Robert Faulkner, I iences. Jamboree last summer at Colorado lip Flater Bob Allen, Linda Eng-
I Eddie Clemons guest speaker Dr. George Gant of Gr ten and Miss Lottie Lawler ended with this quote from the Springs, Colorado was also shownto ish, Maureen Babbitt and Bill

the Kissimmee Hospital. He gavean oth sere .as officers on the re- Persian-"God will not seek any Scouts and their guests. Marvin.BROWNIE .
f TI 7-2380 interesting and informativetalk tirement home board of officers. race, nor will he ask thy birth;

0 C'A!' A,4 ; on the importance of hobbiesto Other officers include Esther'oppell Alone he will demand of thee, Three Local Scouts
everyone. The purpose as ex- and Edna Van Acker of What hast thou done on earth?" a
!Irr.'I\4II', ;. 4I'#! o1fll ClN.4. !
plained by Dr. Cant "is to break Miami, Vera Koski and Wilma Each member present showed 4a1
up the monotony of everyday Richardson of West Palm Beach. examples of her hobby and* gavea
work, get your mind off of routine The weekend meeting of January brief talk on it. Mrs. J. Z. Awarded Eagle RankThree

things and 'to relieve peopleof 7 and 8 will probably determinethe Schmidt and Mrs. Jim Smith displayed -
and relax their their hobbies of cookingand
I nervousness ways and means of financing MLUi1ti11n
minds. the Vetirement home. The meeting their delicious cakes which Kissimmee Scouts were Junior Assistant Scoutmaster in
A short!! business meeting was is scheduled to be held at the were used as part of the refresh- awarded the Eagle rank at cere- charge of activities with Boy Scout

held after which everyone exchanged Dreyer residence, located on the ments. monies held at the Elks Lodge Troop 291.Other '
Christmas gifts with their sec- proposed site.Presbyterian. Other members present were Monday night. Robert Allen and awards presented at the 8 MOVIE KIT
ret sisters and drew names for Mmes.> Bob Berlinsky, Wells Moon, Marcus Marshall of Explorer Post Court of Honor went to Edward ""
their secret sister for the coming Clyde Story Raymond Yates, Lee 291, and Ronald Hartley of Troop "Corky" Parker for Star Scout 32.50 door-outdoor outfit for

! year Mrs. Floyd Shephard, Mrs. Women Graves and Miss June Rogers. 291 were presented with their a- and to Herman' Lukz, who was Christmas morning movies

Jim Dulgar, Mrs. Earl Moody, and Install OfficersThe wards by Bob Cody member of the awarded the Eagle Silver Palm.
Mrs. Cynthia Smith served re- Central Florida Council executive I Lukz is the first Scout in Troop G- '
' freshments of gaily decorated December meeting of United Cloverleaf Club Held board. "291'"to receive-the Silver Palm, .

I cakes and punch. All joined in Presbyterian Women was held Christmas Party Allen, son of Robert Allen of which is the highest rank a Scout KODAK PONY II OUTFIT
singing Christmas Carols at the Monday at the Educational Building % Kissimmee is 16 and a Junior at can achieve after earning his Eagle
close of the'party. of First Presbyterian Church. The Shingle Creek 4-H Club Osceola High School. lIe of- Badge. Merit Badges went to complete color slide Lit 39.95 ; '

Those attending were Mrs. J Mrs. William Sippel, Vice Presi- Cloverleafs last week combined ficea in the Beta Club, and a mem- James Kervin and Jerry Kervinof including viewer, flash holder
D. Hanlon, Mrs. James Smith, Mrs. dent presided.The their regular meeting with a ber of the Key Club. He has been Troop 29U and Steve Woody, yJA'4
John Dyer Mrs. George Bishop, Rev. Dorr L. Van Etten op. Christmas party at: the home of: very active in church work and is Ed Fennell Ralph Haslar, Bruce
Mrs. Steve Johnson, Mrs. Leonard ened the meeting with prayer and Patty Spence. a member of the Methodist Youth Lupfer and Marcus Marshall of BROWNIE STAR METER)'
Gisiner, Mrs.James Badders, Mrs. conducted the Installation Serviceof The girls exchanged gifts. Hot Fellowship. He has been in Scout- Post 291.Scout s
Carl Dyals, Mrs. Frank Gaines, Officers for 19611962. They areas chocolate and Christmas cookies ing several years and is an ex- Leaders taking part in'the OUTFIT $24.95Color

Mrs. Frank Broyles Mrs. Ray. follows: were served. Judy Lamb gave a member of both Troop 292 and ceremonies were Craig Bell, scout- !
0sc 11 mond'Bowen, Mrs. Cynthia Smith, President, Mrs. Lester Geisler; demonstration on the care of the 291. master of Troop 291, Al Cody andR. or black t white snaps,
Mrs. Jim Dulgar, Mrs.. Pete Lee, Vice President, Mrs. Joseph Cad- Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. Collins, assistant Scoutmasters color slides, with rhse'edrceye
for and Mrs. Jake Clemons Mrs. Buck dell; Recording Secretary, Mrs. hair.An achievement A. H. Marshall of Kissimmee is of ; camera
: We pray that you day program Troop.291, Eugene Thompson ::1
John Summers _ ___. _
yours Christmas 'will be Murphy Mrs. Earl Moidy\ Mrs. ; Corresponding for January was discussed. The 16 and attends Osceola High Explorer advisor of Post 291, : D
af G'rJIIXs.
tJ"K K
a Joyous blessed time! Kenneth Atherton, Mrs. Gary Secretary, Mrs. Harold M. Wells; proposals will be submitted to School. He is an active memberof and William Callahan, assistant _@ Jr_ l ; _
Straub, Airs. Donald Edwards and Treasurer, Mrs. Theresa Boynton; Miss Marilyn Dietrich, home demonstration the Training Union at the First District Commissioner for Osceola
Mrs. Frank Godwin. Secretary Fellowship Dept, Mrs. agent, for approval. Baptist Church. He has been in County.
ANDERSON'SGARAGE- Carl Kenton; Secretary SpiritualLife Scouting for three years, and was After Court of Honor ceremoniesthe Open these gifts first..Save the fan of Christmas in pictures!
Mrs. Lester Alford Secretary
Birth Announcement ; an active, member of Troop 291 parents and members of Troop]
: Education
Missionary Mrs.
Christian Women before joining the Explorer Post. 291 bad refreshments furnished by;
) Mt. and Mrs. Joe Nelson
Powell an- Clyde ; Secretary Social
I He enjoys hunting, fishing and four of the Scout'mothers, Mrs.
Met With
nounce the birth of a daughter Education, Mrs. D. Coe Love; Sec-
i Fannie and Jewitt Anderson j Tuesday, December 20th, at the retary Literature, Miss Martha camping. R. O. Collins, Mrs. Herman Lukz,
Mrs. Samuel Hartley, son of :Mr. and Mrs.\ Mrs. Clarence Odum, and Mrs. Jess
Osceola Hospital. Rylander Secretary National Missions
;4AIiINi"" 1 4 Q04
R. of is
Glenn Hartley Kissimmee, Kibler. .
Mrs. L. W. Cole Secretary
- -- --- .. Christian Education, Mrs.; C. L. The Christian Women's Council 14 and in the 9th grade at Osceola The Scouts also had the opportunity a Y
of the First Christian Church met School. He is member aboui
McDonald High a to read poems written
; Secretary Sewing -
NEW FALL WEIGHTBLENRON'SUITS. Supplies, Mrs. C. L. Keach; Secretary for their December meeting at the the High School band, and an ac- themselves and attached to Christ- **S ** V\v iHf* B*

; I. Local Church Service, Mrs. home of Mrs. :Marie Samuel on tive member of the Methodist mas gifts which were not openedbut BROWNIE STARMITE vv BROWNIE FLASHMITE 20
; Brack Street. Youth Fellowship. lIe is interested presented to Sheriff Bob Buck
Wm. Sippel; Chairman Jennie Hutton Camera $10.50 Outfit $11.93 Camera $14.95 Outfit $16.50
: Circle Mrs.\ J. Aubry Ilildei Mrs. Ada Whitesett read the in stamp collecting and radio, els to be taken to the Florida .
tailored by Palm Beach Co. Christmas story and the story of and has been a Scout for two Sheriffs Boys Ranch. The Scouts ..
brand i ; Chairman Bethany Circle, I ..::. A il4 WfQBfltl 4Ittil: $f
ONLY $55.00SHORE'S Mrs. Luther Cody; Chairman Ruth "The Three Chests. Dorothy years. He is presently serving a? had previously. drawn names and _

Circle, Mrs. Lynwood Lupo; Chair- Prentis showed colored slides on I b___._'_.__.______ ___ ___ _-_. -- -- -- -- -- -- -
MEN'S WEARSoft man Esther Circle, Miss Martha .the story which were narratedby

Rylander.A Mrs. Jimmy Stonebreaker. n
beautiful program "Candles The Vernon Brothers film will o
be shown at the home of Mrs.
of the Lord"was presented by Mrs. ;
Lester Geisler, Mrs. Marion Cole, Petie Partin, with Mrs. Bertha

1.e Miss Sherry Cole, Miss Linda Cole, Partin assisting. I
Mrs. Lynwood Lupo Mrs Josephine Mrs. Samuel Mrs. Hidlebidleand
.' Soft little shoes with a world Shrewsbury Mrs. Clyde Nelson Mrs. Jones served refresh- r*"'

1l Mrs. Sam Prather Mrs. D. L. ments to twenty members. r.
; of gaiety good looks ;
Autrey and Mrs. Wm. SippeLDelicious
...'..'J. : K
y; fashion-right for every hour refreshments were Philathea Class
: 1 served the Hostess Committee.
:). \ J r t>f her busy day and night! "' Jby Held Party MondayThe BROWNIE .. BROWNIESAUTOMATIC

l"I I Any pair is perfect with Fidelis Class Held Philathea Class of the First .( $77.50 automatic MO'fie Propector model.

her-or give her a gift certificate. Supper Thursday Christian Church held i its, annual i t Movie Camera $54.50
-1' '*' Christmas party Monday night in 1 I
The Fidelis Class of First
y SANTAS IN THE. Baptise Church held their monthly the the Men's class room.Class The and Rev.members Jimmie of : .J s 't 'q : ".:F KODAK_ } IGIFTS HERE

meeting and covered dish supper Cox and his family were guests.

yj .KNOW.'. CHOOSE : .. .., Thursday night Connie Zellers, program chairman $
\} '1 ,. '. '\ Mrs. J. S. Norris led the devotions led the group in the playingof ,8 five m tiflr;HODA*:f OMI.
:.j f.. which were in keeping with
''tI games and singing of carols, after $ */ :& =
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::: the Christmas season. An exchange "f
\, which the committee served re- g W We{ wish traditional |g
I of gifts followed. freshments at beautifully decorated you every
flIX695 I The following guests and membeVs tables. .i'-
Holiday Joy with an abundance of good $5
were present: Mr. and Mrs. Members of the hostess committee '

l -- ( George Abbey, Mr. and.Mrs. J. S. were Leona James,._Lola Kes- health and MERRY CHRISTMAS! | be sore
Norris Mmes. P. J. Johnson, Bill ler, Amelia Keck and.Annie Lam- happiness. to have :% '

I Wheeler, Bob Schmidt, J. W. more. .' i '
i Harper, Tom Addison, H. R. Clark, <<' plenty ofKODAK 1 t

I i Ila Haywood Crabtree Johnston., Ruth Welbauzn Jessie Harris, Mar, Boggy Creek Club 'i SCHMIDT BROS. GARAGE \ FILM

-S I garet Winston, Flone Perry, Lai Met ThursdayThe 1 1 1 I

i Han Boggy Creek Home Demon
(, stration Club met at the home of 4. SEE US fOR FINISHING' TOO! tlt..r
I .
3iU .. OC1
I9k f _
Orange Blossom Club\ Mrs. Ned Hugh Bass Thursday for

I the Christmas party, with Mrs. L
To Meet December 30
B. Wills as hostess.
., The Orange Blossom Garden The club welcomed Mrs. Bass' N F

h/Jtlr n' Club of Orange Gardens will meet mother, Mrs. Sharpe, as & visitor
.v v Friday December 30th, at the Orange and welcomed new members: Mrs.
: Gardens Community House at Marilyn Lajoie, Mrs. Nellie Bow-
I 2 p.m. den and Mrs. J. L Thomas..
100 BROADWAY : Officers will be elected and installed Ejection of officers was held 1 t4 BROADWAV PH. Tl b 2621L.

Re.I at this time and refresh-. and refreshments were served by
manta will be served. the hostess.



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p 7. That the Holy Spirit bears Methodist Choir Hillary H. Mathews 'The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, December 22, 1960 Face 7
witness to the new birth, and also Chancel Choir:
I to the entire santification of be- Entertains KASTA Succumbed SaturdayMr.

By lievers.8. That our Lord will return, the To Present half hour of community singing Hilary Holmes Mathews 93, GiFts

dead will.. be raised, and the final led by Jay Ruffner with Mrs., pkJheer Kiftsuszaee resident passed : ovJ .
Renus OlsonThe ,
Rev. judgement will take place. v. ProgramThe Maude Dunsmore at the piano away in a St. Petersburg nursing A
Under General Rules in the man- opened the meeting of the Kiss home early Saturday after a long
immee All States Tourist Club illness.
ual they start out by saying To -
correct name of this church I ually minded and wer looking for be identified with the visibleTo Chancel Choir of the First 1 Tuesday night. Born in
is Church of the Nazarene, not just the coming of the Lord. be identified with the visible United Presbyterian Church Kis- During the business session, the son of Henry All1.en Mathewsand

Nazarene Church. Makes a differ With God nothing is impossible.We church is a blessed privilege and a simmee under the direction. of Lea- opened by James McTaggart, Isabelle Phelps Mathews, he

ence how you uy it. The church is realize things lo.k dark. Jn sacred duty of all who are saved ter w. Geisler will present,a program president, Mrs. Lucy Hamlin re- had been a resident of this area.
located west Mabbette street. every nation there is unrest. Communism of :special Christmas music that
on from their sins, and are seeking ported 230 members attendedthe for about 80 years.
The Rev. M. Fred Toms is the min is marching across the completeness in Christ Jesus. It ii on Christmas Eve !beginning with annual card club party Monday He was a member of the Primi.
ister. globe at a rapid pace. If the required of all who desire to unite the. Prelude at 10:50 P. M. with night. Fifty seven tables of live Baptist chsrch tnd the oldest
The service opened by churches of the world could be with 11... Lester W. Geisler at the console -
worship the Church of the Nazarene, various} cards were enjoyed. Or. member of Orange Blossom Lodge AiA
the congregation singing the old strong spiritually and come back and thus to walk in fellowship of the organ. ange juice, furnished by Osceel Number 80, F.&A31.:
familiar "We've Story To and be united we could fight communism The service will open with the..
hymns a I with us, that they shall show evidence Fruit Distributors, and cookies Survivors include two sisters
Tell To The Nations" and "When I and other foes that beset of salvation from their sins singing of the Introit by the Choir: 1 made by the members were servo Mrs. Hector Hutcheson and Mrs

I, The Roll Is Called Up Yonder", I us.We by a godly walk and vital piety. O Come Let Ui Adore Him! Alleluia. ed. Eighty prizes were awarded.It George Coogle, both of St. Peters-
Followed by the pastoral prayer. i see the economic strength of The local church was organized There will then follow congregational was announced that the membership burg.

The third and last )hymn sung nations crumbling-it was so before Feb. 1956 with 13 members. Today \ participation in the sing- to date is 752. Funeral services were held at
was "All The Way My Savior .: the coming of Jesus. Palestine was they have 114 members. The Sun- ng of carols and the pastor will The president announced that 2 o'clock Monday from the Gris r- :25Jf ) -
Leads Me". This was followed bya under the iron heel of Rome. day School has had read the Scriptural portions! and
an averaged the winners of the Grissom' Tour som Chapel, with Dr. H. P. Amos,
pray r by a member pf the But there is always a little remnant 152 in attendance: so far this yea>' lead the prayers. nament were in the ladies: Ella minister of the First Baptist Undecided send a't
church. of people that worship the The Choir will sing Gloria in Ex-
They have had
ten young men enter Homing and Ruth Humphrey, Church officiating. Interment followed ]- C.s.4
from true God. cejsis shortly followed by a Carol,
The reading was the This
Scripture ministry reCbrd of ten in Shingle Creek Cemetery FLORA CHEQUE
tirst lance and Babeine
After World War I thought There is no Rose of Such Virtue by ;
Luke lYrs. 5-80. Taking as his we youths in five years entering the Leminager second. In the men's Grissom Funeral Home was in S rvlc,
text the 37 verse "For With peace would come but not so. ministry is outstanding. Can JouberL A Carol Anthem, A Joyous I
any of
charge '
God nothing shall be impossible." Man has failed to grasp the things other church show such a record Christmas Song by Gevaert Wayne Galbreath and Jim Lee, arrangements. ELSIE BAKER'SI FLORIST

In his sermon Rev. Toms said. in that make for peace, the things during their longer history? will come after the Offertory Ser first; Al Andrews and I. J. Held,

substance: that are greater than the things oj Denominational statistics. Per vice.Two second. Partin Infants Redeemable at FTD Shop
this world salvation.No other carols The usual ice cream tournamentWill I any
This day and age we are livingin faith and capita giving $142.37 for 1960. Giving presented by
is very similar to the times be- man has figured out how we for all purposes was $43,350000. ,- the Chancel Choir are Sleep Baby; be held Friday at 1:30. Died SaturdayBaby I' 10 Monument TI 6-5661

fore the coming of the, Messiah. can have world peace. The Leagueof Total membership 318,588. Sleep, A Czech Carol and Is This The following were saluted on .. .. .. ..
Lvea! the Pharisees and other religious Nation, the United Nations have The denomination started one new the Road to Bethlehem, An Italian their wedding anniversaries: Mr. Girl -and Baby Boy PartIn, .

groups were dickering. Religion failed. There i is" no peace without church a week making a total of Folk Song. The Service will con and Mrs. Charles Strayer, 48th: infant twins of Mr. and Mrs.
was losing it apirituality. the Prince of Peace. 4,741 churches. The Nazarenes elude with Nunc Dimittis by the Mr. and Mrs. Starkey, ;.47th; Mr. Michael Stephen Partin, of Kis BusinessReview

I But God has always had and always God can do the impossible but it have more than 450 full time missionaries choir and the Benediction by the and Mrs. Charles Gerrish, 24th; simmee, passed away Saturday. Orlando

I will have some devoted peo- must be with 'people who are will. in 42 world areas. Special pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cochran, 44th. Besides the parents survivors ,

|i pie to serve Him, a family, tribe ing to go through with Gid. Zach- offerings for world missions at The president spoke of the deathof include the grandparents, Mr. and
I or a people. In these last days we, arias (in the scripture lesson) was Thanksgiving and Easter each exceeded Loren Nelson and a silent tribute Mrs. Goldwyn C. Waters and Mr.
as Christians, are not worried, we of the Royal Priesthood. He had $1,000,000.Presbyterian. Jehovah's Witnesses was honored him. and Mrs. Edward L. Partin. all ;

recognize there are wars and rumors pra er'for a son. His.prayer was Schedule Announced Rev. John A. Briley, pastor of cf Kissimmee. Great grandparents, '
of wars but the Christ centered heard, but he doubted he was a } the First Methodist Church, introduced Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Autrey and Br. ,;

people are looking for the second "sho r me." "How can these Church Friday, December 23, 7:30 p.m.: I Mrs. E. M. Jones, choir Mr. and Mrs. Henry 0. Partin all NEIL MILLSAP \
coming of our Lord. In that day things be," said he. We want proof Schedule AnnouncedThe Ministry school talks on "Congre I director, and the members of the of Kissimmee and Mrs. Nellie "t.

there were people who, were spirit- that God ccn perform miracles. Chancel Choir gation Activities", "A Small Number chancel choir who presented a Hatcher, Galatia Illinois. '
of First
The angel came to speak not to lis United Presbyterian Church will of1 the Ones Selected for the splendid program of' Christmas Funeral services were held at If Your, Friends and Associates Love Good: F
ten. Look back through the Bible- meet for rehearsal Thursday, 7:45 Kingdom Are Yet on the Earth. music. They were accompanied by 3 o'clock Sunday at the intermentin ':

BIBLELANDGIFT God has never failed yet. P.M. in the Educational Building.The What Are They Doing?", Taking }Irs: Mary Gardner at the piano. Rose Hill Cemetery, with Dr. PINE HILLS COUNTRY CLUB ,
At this Christmas season let us in Accurate Jehovah H. P. Amos, minister of the First
Chancel Choir will Knowledge of Visiting and dancing closed a :
remember the miracle the fore program of Christmas music presenta on God! and Jesus Christ Means Life", pleasant evening.Christian Baptist Church, officiating. Gr 3- In the Heart of Icasureland, is For Them!!
SHOP runner pf our Lord. Zacharias and Bible reading' of Proverbs 1:1 som Funeral Home was in chargeof
Christmas Eve P.M.
wanted proof Elizabeth had faith 10:50 The to 133. arrangements. They'll enjoy every moment and how each serving should be pre-
Mary asked "How shall this Jx!" Choir under the direction of LeSter December every morsel of the wonderfully pared-more, he's willing to lavish
Sunday, 25 3 '
offers When told she rejoiced and said W. Geisler will render several public lecture "Is The pjn. Science delicious baked goods, fine, gai- loving care and attention, bringingout
"Behold the hand maiden of the carols and anthems. The' Pastor Revival Genuine?". One of the Topics AnnouncedThe Kissimmean's Nephew den-fresh ,salads and vegetables the best in every delightful

10,000 SOUVENIRS Lord.; be it onto me according to i the will read the, and Christmas brief story, give questions to be answered is: Where steadfast light of the Christ, Killed In Crash selected from the best the, "Gar dish.

Both Florida and thy word." The prayers Sunday School a will meditation. does growing church attendance Truth, will be emphasized at i den Spot. of the World," has to Weddings Teas PJcnlcs'-r!
We need a rejoicing Christianitythat presenta fall short? The subject of the Christian Science services Sunday. The tragedy of last week's plane offer. v Open House Receptions 'C ;
looks back the miracles of program Sunday, 9:45 ill in crash at Holbrook and Joe Ren- Clubs; Family, *
ReligiousLarge on the Educational Building. "Christ- Watchtower study and discussionat The Christmas! story to be readin Brooklyn touched two of Charley y-
our Lord. Without Israel we would Then and 4:15 p.m. is: "Marrying in Hon- the Lesson.Sermon entitled Kissimmee's homes. zulli, the owriers, make dining Friendly or Business Parties &
stock of Bibles, songbooks have no religion. From Rome we mas By members of will the depicted qr" One of the scriptures for consideration "Christian Science" will include, Arthur F. Schuelke of Ossining, here a gracious affair a favor-' whatevet the (occasion, take your

records and supplies. got warfare from Greece culturebut The,Junior Choir under the direc- will be Hebrews 13:4: the following: "Now when Jesus N.Y. was among the passengers of ite social center, comfortable fn own party or banquet to this
from Israel we got religion. In 'Let marriage be honorable Bethlehem one of the illfated planes. He was the delightful atmosphere of sub- friendly spot, be secure: In tb*
tion of Mrs. M. W. Bond will give amongall was born in of Judeain
25,006 GREETING our own strength we are nothing.We managing editor of trade knowledge that have chosen
the background music. The and the marriagebed be without the days of Herod the king, be- a journaLlie tropical you
must have faith. Get our eyes pro- defilement, for God will judge was the nephew of Fred G. No! I didn't forget about food, service surroundings. to
will hold there wise from
be Gil ,
gram charge of Mrs. came men
CARDS all kinds
above earthly things, this Christ Brooks and Mrs. Lyle Ribley. fornicators and adul !rers." the east to Jerusalem, Saying Schuelke and cousin of William the savory flavor of tender steaks, please the most fastidious guest.
mas time, so we can rejoice and Breitzmann, both residents of Or- On. : Club Parkway Oriandd,
fowl Golf ,
Wednesday December 28, 8 : chops, and
30 % 50 % OFF! The Service of Christmas Music p.m. Where is he that is born King of "
serve the Lord.Remember Bible group study in the Bible aid, ange Gardens. He is survived by forget them, either. Because Phone CY 3-40J1 Call for
and Message will be at 11:00 A.M. the Jews? for have his '
we seen
with God nothing is "Your Will Be Done On Earth." his wife and two daughters. here are chefs who know exactly reservations! -
IF YOU HA VENT SEENBIBLELAND impossible.The the Rev. Don L. Van Etten will The of star in the east, and are come to ""
have as his sermon topic, "The congregation Jehovah'sWitnesses worship him" (Matthew 2:1,2)).
service closed with
prayer Crystal Christ". The Chancel! Ocean Street, Kissim- Loren M. Nelson 85 MASONRY '
by the pastor's mother. From "Science and Hea'th with ATLAS INC
lee, invites the public to attend.
,. The Nazarene Church was or- Choir under the direction of LesterW. Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Succumbed Sunday I

YOU SHOULD! / ganized in 1908. It was formed by Geisler will 'present a carol, Baker Eddy the following will be Mr. Loren M. Nelson, 85, of 523 Any & All Types of Masonry: Work-Satisfaction i .Guaranteed
the uniting of several small holiness "Wba Christ was of Mary free"by Baptist Church read ((95:23)): "Led by a solitary Brack Street. Kissimmee. oassec
10 miles porth on 441 groups.A Friedell and an anthem, "To Usa Christmas Schedule"The star amid the darkness, the Magiof away early Sunday morning.A I 809 W. Central, Orlando Phone GArden 284

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK brief statement. of Beliefs follows Child Is Given" by Bach. The old foretold the Messiahship of native of New York '
Sacrament of Holy be Kingston, When a name stands out prominently undertake is too small to merit
f 9 AJf. to 9 r. f. : Meaning of Christmas"will Truth. Is the wise man of to-day he had been a resident of this in a special field, thereis their
administered. careful
1. That 't&ehr is one God the be the subject of the sermonat believed, when he beholds the light community for the past 12 years. always sensible reason. No I attention.!

'o4ft4" .* 4" Father Son:, and Holy Spirit. 11 a.m. at. the First Baptist which ..heralds Christ'- eternal He was a msmber of the Kis one who knows a the men at ATLAS ATLAS MASONRY, INC. is
: 2. The Old and New Testament Church Of Christ Church on Christmas Day as announced down and describes its effulgence simmee Allstates Tourist Club I MASONRY, INC. questions the I fully insured and J licepied. ';Their!

Scriptures, given by plenary inspiration Services ListedThe by the pastor, H. P. ?" ,, and was a retired landscaper. I fact that they are unmatched i guarantee rowans complete satisfaction -

1 containing all truth necessary Amos. Christmas music will be There are no immediate sur craftsmen in contracting.These every time. For residential
to faith and Christian liv. Kissimmee Church of Christ:, featured in all the services Sun-: Shingle Creek ChurchTo vivors. masonry often 'consultedby and commercial masonry work,
located just one mile out Old men are
ing. on day. Contact this dependable firm, then
Funeral services were held at
builders and con
3.That man is born with a fallen Dixie Highway, 627, wish to extend At 7:30 pjn.vthe ordinances will Have ProgramA 2 o'clock Tuesday from the Gri tractors because the builders re!ax. .. ". -
nature and is therefore inclined to to all the very best of Sea- be observed ,
first and then Christmas will be
baptism program som Chapel, with the Rev. Jimmy
know that the folks at ATLAS 'Your work will be done properlyand
evil, and that continually. sons Greetings, and to invite all the Lord's Supper. The solemn given in the church on Thursday Cox
minister of the First Christian
in do. time who have tbe
take I ride every job they on by men
4. That the to Worship here The Lord's
finally impenitent on the
reading of Church Covenant evening at 7:30 o'clock after
Church officiating. Interment
They well be proud, for every ability and the equipmept to turn
are hopelessly and eternally lost. will be of the which the Christmas will bl may ,
Day.On a part service.In tree followed in Osceola Memory is in skill excellent and
job a masterpiece out work efficiently
5. That.the atonement this at 7:30
through Thursday
p.w. the
Sunday School at 9:45 enjoyed by all. Gardens. Grissom Funeral Home
and artistry. No job is too large promptly. For service. or furtherinformation
Jesus Christ is for the whole human will be the mid-week Bible
studyof ejn. the Christmas
story of the birth of morning the Sunday
was in charge of arrangements.
them, job that they Call GA 24684.
I race; and that whosoever repents John 13: 28-. Jesus will be presented in all of School will convene at 9:30 and the for ----yet---po
I and believes on the Lord On the Lord's Day morning at the departments. In some of the pastor, W. P. Hanks will bring va -
SANTA Jesus Christ justified and regenerated 10:00 o'clock there will be classes elementary departments it will message on, "The Great Gift. Youth To Have Gala SOUTHLAND HOBBY SHOP

SAYSs and saved from the domination for all ages, the adult study will be done dramatically using pupils There will be no evening service Christmas DanceA
and Hobbies Coins Crafts Model l Planes
of sin. be from the Book of first Corinthians and workers. In Training Unionat this Sunday. Models -
big Christmas Dance for the
6. Believers are to be sanctified 2: 1Morning -. 6:15 p.m. programs will be youth of Kissimmee will be held U-Control Free }'light'J dio H 0 Trains -:.:,Boats

I wholly, subsequent to regeneration, Worship anj Communion related to the coming of Christ Officials from Photo Finishing Cameras Nice Train' Department
through faith in the Lord Jesus County Friday night 9 to 12:30: at the -
at 11:00: Sermon: "WINNING
Chris OTHERS TO CHRIST". Scripture also.Wednesday night the teachers Attend Polio Meet community the "Midnighters"house ,with formerly music the by Open stock of glassware-Chemistry Sets-Microscopes. .

John 1: 4045.James 5: 19-20. Each meeting will be resumed at 7 p.m. There are four women in Osbeola Tru-tonefl of St. Petersburg. Open Mon. & Fii. Nites 'til 9:00 Phone GA 2-8011

.;fi a__ .4JII, _1If.i-." Lord's Day Afternoon from 1:00 with the superintendent, Adrian County who are expecting to Admission will be $1.00 stag or
GIVE LOTS FOR to 1:30 pjn. the public is invited to Bovis, in charge. The pastor will make.the January March of Dimes $1.50 drag. Parents are always Christmas is on us, and you'llwant Mr. Slad always tries to keepon

: see and hear the Program "The direct the prayer service at 8 p.m. the biggest ever held in this area.: welcome! to get right over to the hand the "most popular- lines of

li"j CHRISTMAS Herald Of Truth" over T.V. station They have recently returned The Youth Center will be open SOUTHLAND HOBBY SHOP, at hobby equipment, but if you hare
: 1020 S. in Oriandosee ,
Orange Ave.,
PRESENTS W.L.O CHANNEL 9. Christmas Service from: a three-day March of Dimes every day during the holidays except for yourself: the remarkably a special hobby, hell be glad to
On The Lord's Day evening The Conference in New Orleans. Enthusiastic Sunday. The hours will be 10
: At First complete stock of coins, hobbies, order for you.
ONLY $10 DOWN MethodistOn
Worship Service is at 6:00 about the
: pan. expanded: pro- a.m. to 12 noon; 1:30: p.m. to 5 p.m.
models that CHAS. SLADE 3rd Here is fot coin
Those sick shutin feel the of the National and 7 truly a Mecca
$7M0.Eddie or or gram Foundationare to 10 pjn. It will be closedon
need of counsel, Call the Minister Christmas morning,the First Mrs. T. D. Rightmire Kissim. Christmas Eve at 5 p.m. has gathered fcr his friends, and collectors: wonderful and profItable

Clemons Donald G. Weldon Phone Methodist Church will hold services mee chairman; Mrs. Michell Dav A record hop will be held December customers. hobby, ably represented Jn
at the usual times Church is Chas. (Shotgun), feels that everyone this area by Chas.* Slade, inexpert
Tilden 6-3384.
TROPICAL PARK \ county vice chairman: ; and Mrs. 30th at the community
School at 9:45 and the worship Laura house should have a hobby. He who knows qualities and
Lackey, St Cioud, chairmanof admission priced at 25c
Thank you for your \ REAL ESTATE \ service at 11 o'clock. Rev. John the M ther'l March. knows that doctors will tell you prices and has built an enviable -
Pat Receives Brflejr, Pastor. will bring special each.A it prolongs life to have a healthy, reputation lw, dependable
friendship during the trail Carroll a "I wish "everyciw could have gala New Year's Eye dance
[on the at Gold Service Pin Christmas message entitled "Unto seen and heard what we learned for couples only will be held at the interesting project under ." ,y-I honesty.. His coin collection |'t

[past year. May your St., in Kissimmee. ] H. B. "Pat" AlIen was awardeda You a Child is Born". The anthem, about the things being accomplished Youth Center from to 1:30. Chap- Model planes, boats, and cars- more than locally famous-Order

holidays be.filled with gold service pin Tuesday: for 15 by Adam will be presented by Mrs. not only in the field of erones ate needed for this affair. ([building or flying or sailing or I by mail from wherever yon are.
; |Open anytime day or] years of outstanding service with Robert,Eby and the Chancel Choir. polio, which is a tremendous 'job running by gas or electricity: -or :Mr. Slade gets orders from the

ioy. night, 3 more days.] he Firestone Tire and Rubber There will be no Youth Fellow in itself, but also in birth defects, eIst!! Q QCM .16Q for display); model railroadingagood far corners of the world, -from

Company here in KSssieimee. ship or evening service on Christmas ,arthritis, rheumatism, and evan family project with something fpiks who' .trust him Implicitly,
[DOROTHY BARBER PURDY : Get a FREECHRISTMAS \ Day. Also during the holidays heart disease and cancer," Mrs. for everybody-designing: miD as'you may trust kirn. Aho&by

Supervisor of Registration [ TURKEY! Highlands County, Florida, is the children's choirs will not Rightmire said. I building, landscaping-the fun of I is a' wonderful thing, especially -
: I rehearse.The train, down for coHdren and older
with each lot. known as the nation's caladium The four were the 'first from your own your
[ capital Mid-week Prayer Service Osceola County ever to attend the 1 own railroad. a real thrill 1 I foftsl} ; ,
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I. tilt v. 1IiIt t tIIr tIriJI I 'ai "IiIIt D t.tIiIP b will be held
tin the educational national conference which this I
............ -..............."" ....,............'"- .CM..........."........ building: on Wednesday at 7:30 year was held at the Sheridan-
ti: i :' : j CELOTEXI pjn.' with Rev. W. P. Hanks of Plaza Hotel. B. E. PURCELL CO. .' Department Store

i ,. J"=. the shingle Creek' Methodist. The purpose of-the conferencewas "Where Quality is Always Higher Than Price!!* : I IOrganized
'" Church conducting. to educate the March of Dimes 'i',

; : ; : "f ,!iqrd ,oard Wall Paneling I workers as to the best proceduresand 315 W. Church, Orlando Phone GA'2-3261'.

oJ Freewill Baptist as to what is being done with .
I' i if the money collected. in 1924, this star B. E. PURCELL CO.. also stock!

: : ,'. ) 4 finishes I Church Schedule Told Others affiliated, with the drive is a landmark, recognized as a fine saddles, bridles,,and harness,

I Ii" ... ,,' Service? at the Freewill Baptist include U. 5. Chapman, Kissim. center for the thrifty shoppers> one pi the nost cpmplite: stocks in
jli WALNUT WOOD GRAIN Church will begin Sunday with mee treasurer; E. J. LaDue, county over a wide area. Literally stacked Saddles
G the state. Bona Allen, Sims -
Sunday School from to with !
;.- at 10 ajn. Morning treasurer; and Betty Eby, publicity top bottom complete
1 worship follows at 11 ajn. chairman.Vineland home furnishings clothes for$be and Herford- Saddles .

,: Blonde Walnut Basset Walnut i I The evening service is held at 7 entire family luggage complete leather.goods.! ; .-

tt :"bleached /.m. Prayer meeting is held each Resident riding regalia just about Purcctr have work clothes -
21 gal. GARBAGE > ,! Walnut I Natural Walnut4'x8' ; Wednesday 7:30, with Rev.'T. M. everything. Anvil'Brand, and Friedman-Shelby
Scott as pastor.A Died Tuesday Here's true merchandisingcenter
P" a fibjoes. >t
CANS ? sheet Q96 a special service win be held Mr. R. F. Benner, 85, of Vin t.. .
New Year's Eve, A v"Watchw, beginning land, passed away in an Orlando senting such nationally famous everything fpr the home in furniture -
f $228 r a at 7:30. All are welcome.\ nursing home early Tuesday aftera ; brands as: Curlee Clothes, Stetson bedding and appliances: Sint-

-- CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY DEC 28H lengthy fllness. i Hats, John C. Roberts & Grace ions Beddfpg and Furniture ,+

CARD OF THANKS A native of Germany b. bad Walker Shoes both by Friedman- Riverside Bedding. Philco Appliances -

I Words been a resident of the Vineland Shelby for men. Speed Queen Washers, Perfecttoh -
can sever express onrgratitude ra for the past 25 years. '. I For women: Kabro and Miss, Heaters a host of beautiful -

H PANNINGLUMBER I nesses shown for ns the daring many the kind ill There are no immediate survivors. i "May your Christmas \ Plaza dresses, Mnnsing Wear furnishings! bought by PujalFs -

ness steer son Ralph Edward. ..., be gay and merry! j Grace Walker Shoes for both' under! a volume baying plan
Especially do want Grissom Funeral Home, is ia men and women, ranch wear that makes real bargains possible!

: COMPANYNorth the churches,we ministers to thank the charge of arrangements. PYLE-S 1 i /evi's, H-C Ranch, Wear, Miller Volume business and small profit,

IKhool children and the teachMr. I j .I Western Wear, Pioneer Jackets, means savings to their"thousands, "

Orange Blossom Trail, Kissimmee -u-i Tl 7-28PO R RI 'rJ'S. ao4 Mrs. Ralph Yates Florida's: more tomato than $40,000,000 harvest averages an.* CABINET :':OJ l.'Bats'extan; Noco&a Belt,,BaIley Justin and'and, Stetson Acme I 6f. ;3anford customers.' Store, 125 W.- First' St.

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COUNTRY HOME 1 Yz ACRES ,3 BR FRAME'HOME $6.600 ,SEE THIS BEAUTYLarge 3. BR frame home, nicely fur- FOR RENT nnfarnished 2 BR

with 90 assorted citrus trees, 2 BR furnished 3 ROOM COTTAGE $3,630BUILDING :2 bedroom CBS home on Dished, quiet street.
OUR BEST $9,230 home $30. Famished 7 room
'home, also garage with ,apart nice lot. Tile bath, built-in gas

ment. Located 5 miles from town. .r LOTS Orange Gardens 'moved into a new model kit i c h e n. Utility room and CBS 2 BR HOME home $65.

-, also trailer iota $500 and up. Low down earporte. One year old and in Plus income property
GOOD TERMS ONLY $16,000 with monthly payments. home December 2It is not sold yet, and the best of condition. Florida '510,500 '
payments easy "
you are cordially invited to inspect it, par- room and workshop.

e ticularly if you are looking for,,a big 2
$8,750 ESTATE
Check with ns for famished and unfat nished Rentals.ROBERTSON'S bedroom home. 26' of windows (horizontal C KISSIMMEE REAL

REAL ESTATE measurement) give the living room brightness 521 I Main St. TI 6.3953
cheerfulness and 3 flute views, kitchen FSIA Payment VI -

324'I.\DW Y TELEPHONE TI 64493ARTICLES WI also is bright, due to a roof skylight. Yea can't Beat this one. See at
Through the kitchen window you may serve meals to the large
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:; ., screen porch on rear of house. There are 2 bedrooms, both big. or call owner
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One closet is big enough for a nursery. Bathroom has luxuriouslylong
FOR RENT Trtiler clean nice
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you'wear one you wear the fin- Trailer Park, Michigan Ave., 1/4 with a blower. 10 x 11 utility room has workbench and laundry Bruce'sSunshine

est. 'Wide selection. at Benton'sJewelry mile off Vine St. or Hwy. 441 in tray. Landseaped corner with paved street, sewer and water : TI 6.5631

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near Orange Gardens' Community Building, shuffleboard court, WATERFRONT HOME Big

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FOR SALE This, new model Home is'at the earner: of George and Janet. tioned Central Heat, Price Reduced

FOR (LENT (Just off Thacker near Oak St.) to $19,900.LAKEFRONT .1

Shop Kissimmee First 1936 ELCAR 30 FT. High and Dry, $15 per monthROGER'S HOME, Big 3' BR HOME FOR SALE
Shell' TRAILER PARK 16o on Lake, Real Nice. $15,000 LARGE LOT HIGH AND DRY
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Plain and FancyDRIFTWOOD or 'see John Barro at COUNTRY ESTATE, 7 Room
a Home 2 Guest Apartments All LOW DOWN PAYMENT
FOR RENT Store room or office -,
Cornea Bermuda and Donnegan<< : ,
LAMPS For information Inquire INC. Furnished, 1't Acres of' Land
One of a kind .. LOW PRICES at Brahman Hotel, East 90 Citrus Trees, on Paved Hwy. ,
CYPRESS KNEE LAMPS, complete Dakin Ave. only $16,500, Easy Terms. Contact us for homes that are-just a little bit better.
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one bedroom each, Inquire Home Buys To Offer SEE US!"
Bruce Partin Developer and Builder
110 Bryan St. after 5:30: p.m. LOTS FOR SALEr and
FOR RENT: Cabin with kitchenette ,High dry, ..
CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR RENT: Furnished apartmentsat $35 month plus gas and city water and sewer. Cheap for 8 Building Lots in City, Water r- 'fr t'" 1J"t:"" '!III ttll' ,..*tiAI tal tiia t Jp1:"'"'*''aI'

JEWELRY CANDY 221 Verona, close ut, $45 lights. _Also trailer. Heaven's cash. TI 72279.COTTAGE & Sewer", only $4,000.
HUNDREDS) OF FLORIDA View Trailer Park, 1518 ErnestSt. i 5 ACRES on Paved Road, $2,250 <.M: >TIttOP A\\CL tE.TIXG Jackson Furniture Co Judgment .
DRAGLINE month and up. The regular annual meeting of the Susan Bly vs. Richard W lr. divorce. |
SOUVENIRS Kissimmee. 10 % Down. Shareholder of The "'Intatlonal- .
.SERVICE FOR RENT: Two famished apart- 10 .ACRES on Good Road $4,700 Bank of Klvgframee" for the" electionof silver Milelds Corp. vs. Marcus N.
GRACE, RIVERS GIFT SHOP FOR RENT:' Deluxe duplex, 2 FOR SALEin Director and the transaction of Powell and wife, mortgage fore-
10 Down.
Emmett St. blocks %
meta, 114 two such other business as may properlybe closure.
Highway 17-92 South at the 3/8 Yd. Bucket from business district. W. B. bedrooms, unfurnished, car- Intercession City, furnished 24 ACRES near Town $6,000 presented will. be held at thenffices

overpass Kissimmee Our rig Is on rubber and on call Home, TI 6-8384. porte, utility, screened porch, 5 rooms, :2 large 50 ft. lots.Turn Terms. ,of on the Saturday." bank in January KUnImmee.Florida 1., 31ARRIAGE I.IC.XI'EII!
OPEN 7 DAYS nice neighborhood, 1008 Rosa- '. John Clyde JleBurnejr', 29 St.
120 ACRES Town mi, at 2:30 o'clock lIT M
TI 7-2704 near $200
office second houseon
right at
post (Cloud and Alvydran Hesrn 16. of
FOR RENT: Trailer space with lind. Call TI 72704. R CHAPMAN, JR., Cashier
Per. A. Dec. 15-22-25. ,. Kt Cloud.
patio $10 month. Tip Top Trailer right in second block. Sign in Robert David Woody 22. Kisslmm -
FOR SALE: Two 1958 house trail KEROSENE AND FUEL OIL for Park, turn right at Campbell'sStation window. Mrs. 3!. J. Mantz 2650 700 ACRES' near town $200 and. Carol Mae 13ggers IS, Klssimmre. .
ers; 20 ft. Travel Trailer; 'Palace home delivery daily and Sundayscall per A.GROVES. _
soath on 1792. N.E.23rd Court, Pompano County Theodore Banks 40. Orlando and
Ranch Home 36 x 10 ft. Bud and John's Gulf ServiceTI REAL ESTATE We have several Gloria Jean Unville. %1. Orlando.

Jess W. Parfrey, Rainbow Trailer 6-5842. Open till 10 pm. FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnished Beach. good Groves from 10 to 120 Court Records Margie David Elisabeth flouts Sheppard 58. i'ahokee 41., Lakes and

Park, TI 6-28U9. home $50 per month, one bed- Acres for Sale, See Us for the Worth.
REST HOME: New management, room furnished apartment $60. Best Investments. nULL CLAIMS! TOIRT Jamea Richard Hilt. 2%. St Cloud.

Marsh'and newly decorated,' rooms available Davis Agency, 114 Main St. LAKEFRONT BUSINESSES We have some Funk Lumber Co. ,.... Clayton Cloud.and Carol Elisabeth Turner. 22, bt.
FOR SALE: red grape- for short periods or perm Good opportunities Houseman. KUimmee final Judg- Paul Marvin Kirkland. 23. Davenport -
fruit, Hamlin and Navel and LOT FOR SALE ment. $31.17U. and Carolyn Marie. Joiner. IS.
anent residence. Excellent home FOR RENT: Two( BR furnished Country Home Stores, Service Stations Garages \\'. LeHeup v*. Karen HJork. Loughman.
Temple oranges. We ship to any for aged. Call TI 6-5011 or TI- garage apartment floor furnace, hardwire St. Cloud final Judgment.. $81.55.U \\llliam Franklin Morrison. 4T,
and all cities in the Upited electric kitchen adults preferred, CB 3 bedrooms, 2 tile baths, Real value: Large lot 93' x W LeHf'up Jr. ,... Sirs. Krm-lia Winter Haven and Betty Jean Wil
6-6612. : Hotels Motels Auto BJork. bt. Cloud final Judgment. 2&, \Inter Haven.
.Supply son.
kitchen 127' water and well
city sewer
States. We also sell a complete TI 6-2415. living room 15x26, dining $281.20. Richard Elwood Steinmetx. 20. St.
line of Rawleigh's; Products. CHILDREN CARED FOR: In my and utility 230 feet lake-,- located in city limits. All new and many others.! L \V tielieup Jr. vs. Mm. Emelia Cloud and Mae Elisabeth l>eBoard.

Aria Banta, 405 Eaat Bass St. home by the hour or ,day, 2617 FOR RENT: Frame house 5 rooms front, 330 feet deep, large oaks, construction in neighborhood.Good "COME IN AND LETS TALK X8233.Hjork. St. Cloud final Judgment. 17,Harold St Cloud.Gene Richardson 29. Win.

Beaumont in Kissimmee High- and bath north city limits unfurnished citrus and other tropical fruits. price for cash! IT OVER".SUN U W LeHeup Jr. VII. Mrs. .Kmella. ter Garden and Oorls Carol Hall. 1C.
BJork. final Judgment 1211 SO 11Vinter I Garden.Floridians .
lands, TI 72918. $50. Phone TI 68889. Located in Kissimmee Park at Phone TI 7-2704 or write Rt. 5 EMPIRE REALTYFirst I'' Odell Bronwon d-b-a Tuxedo: Feed I
REPOSSESSEDPIANOS' south end of Seaman's Point Box 377. Store %s. Richard Wilder. Klsslm-
FOR RENT: Trailer spaces National Bank Rid?, I mee, final Judgment. '81.81. Like
about 8 miles from St. Cloud-
trailers and kitchenettes, reason Good road. No other location Kissimmee, Ph. TI 7-2333 CIKCIIT COIKT ORDERS! To Fill Sweet Tooth
We hire two spinet pianos' in WANTEDWO"R'KWANTED able prices. Brown's Trailer :
like this for real country liv-, FOR SALE: House first time of- Hounton Oaft aitdXJIl Corp.
Park mile north Kissimmee.FOR l.f'Ja.:
this walnut and of Toll. stockings next
one ing with complete privacy. fered unfurnished, 2000 sq. ft. vs "Mr*. I. d. ,t! aflnaj
one mahogany. These can be I Judgment. ? Sunday, md to ..tisly.-a round-
RENT Lakefront modern duplex floor beautiful oak and and' Osreola
Owner ,
: Any kind. Have : space State Road Dept.
purchased: by person with good Count vs. Clara Tyler et al. final the-year sweet tooth in Florida,
credit, by making small deposit hotel and bellboy experience,' completely furnished,sleeps A. A DrummondP. palm trees, reasonably priced, FOR SALE Judgment r. Augusta 0. I'ledgtr, requires a sales volume, at retail
work Jim six, $75 monthly. Also completely owner 317 Portage St. $18.000.
yard service station.
O. Box level estimated at million this
and small monthly payments 447 State Road Dept. and Oxceola $35
furnished house
$65 monthly.
InquireTHOMPSON Williams, 106 Lake St. i L H. Branch 2 BR furnished home, walk. County vs. Clara Tyler et al. final year, the Florida State Chamberof
School bus picks up children. judgment re Sinclair Refining Co.
MUSIC WANTED: White companion for! Sunset Dude Ranch on hwy. 15, Orlando Florida LOTS FOR SALE: Lakefront lots ing distance from town and .4t 119. Commerce said yesterday.

elderly lady. Phone Haines City,I St. Cloud. TW 2-1153. Phone CY 3-2515 on Lake Cecile, all are over 350' lake, corner lot, citrus trees Joe Graham Radeckl and and wife wife and vs.Guy JosephR Ro... "Floridians, on an average, eat
CO.Orlando. HA 24263. I Brokers protected deep. Also residential lots high motion to amend granted about 16 pounds of candy or con
be sure to see this before Thelma Ltaker vs. William Baker.
FOR RENT: 2 BR furnished apt. fectionery products tnnually. Adding
Fla. and dry, city water, 63 x 132. transferring case'to Orange Count
$70 month, located 324 ,Main Call TI 7-2495 after 5 you buy! Tom Platt vs. ,J. C. Trie, decree purchases by visitors, total
BUSINESS I Street. See Bill Ingram, TI 6- HOUSE FOR SALE; Two Bedroom p.m. pro COtnfe.. o.n:1 consumption within the state will

FOR SALE: '53 Chevy Belaire, 4493. CBS carporte, utility FOR SALE: In Lake Cecile Park. U Judgment.\V. 1'7i.KarelJ BJork. come to over 90 million by year's
OPPORTUNITIESPART room, $8,000, $2,200 down $51
Chicago UtiKlcal Instrument 'Co.
paws glide, good condition $250. COTTAGE FOR RENT in Hunt- monthly:payments, furniture can 2 BR CBS Home, fully tiled bath, Let us analyze your insurance v... Richard i'. Wilder and Ethel end."These
Terry Stahl, Kaliga Lodge TI Wilder d/b/a Wilder Music Store candies and sweets con-
built-in kitchen, lot 80x175, lake needs
ington Heights, on Raleigh be bought. TI 6-5578. default and final Judgment $464.IS.
6-7847. sumed in Florida manufactured
TIME ROUTE WORK: Street $50 month, TI 6-3381.: privileges, choice residential sec State Road Dept. and Onreola are
No selling, druver: and collect: FOR SALE: Four room house, tion, quiet country living. CallTI County \" Clara Tyler et al. final principally outside the state",

, HOT POINT automatic dishwasherlike only. Account set up for you. To II FOR RENT: Two ER furnished bath, Florida room, furnished.I 7-2495 after 6 p.m. DAVIS I, Judgment State Road re Jess Dept.Jackson. and ,Osceola$204. the State Chamber said, "as Florida -

new $65. Soft drink machine qualify you must have 8 to 10 i apartment, 203 South Clyde Ave.or priced reasonable on corner: County vs. Clara Tyler, et al. final producers satisfy only about

lOc .slot $65. Fishing boat with 10 spare hour; weekly &r d a minimum call Mike Stanko TI 6-2144 Dixie Highway ((3008)) and Fletcher AGENCYInsurance Judgment Helen Barber re Jess vs.Wilder.Alexander:*S9*. D. 12 'per cent of the maiket. Even

h.p. motor $125, cash or terms.: of $4Gx/ iT..h ?..r stock depending -: after 5:30: p.m.FOR Ave. C. R. Greathouse. SEE THIS Hall Jr, Adm. C. T. A. of estate of then, Florida manufacturers turn-

Sunset Dude Ranch on Hwy. 15 on size of,route you can I LARGE 2 FAMILYDWELLING Real Estate dismiss.Catherine Edward Birch order to ed out over 12 million pounds of

in St. Cloud. TW 2-1153. handle. For personal interview George E. Beauofcamp and wife.vs. sweets including: pecan, peanut and
RENTNice 114 Main St. Thomas H. .
Itargraves et at decree -
FOR SALE: House trailer, 18 ft. write Florida Enterprises, 1 FOR SALE BY OWNEROne completely furnished, close in, pro confesso. suit to quiet title. coconut candies, nougats, cannel,
Good condition. North Rosalind, Orlando, giving double enclosed garage, large George R. Beauchaiip and wife vs. chocolates and a wide variety of
Fully three room and bath fur bedroom frame home, furnished Thomas H. Hargravcn et al. final
new tires, $300. Phone TW name, address phone number nished apartment, first floor, jalonsied porch, upstairs can be decree suit to tI.ln title citrus sweets.
2-3492 St. Cloud. and brief resume of its past. or unfurnished.For made into'another apartment or Today b .. Richard E. "Although all types of confectionery .
private entrance and
garage 5 Beck and wife. va. Houston Texas:
blocks west on corner of Clyde SALE OR RENT four large bedrooms. Gas and Oil Corp, order of dismis products consumed in Florida .
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL- Downstairs be made into sal.James could not economically be made
and Bryan 422. By the monthor lot 60 x 150 Terms. can L. Rohrer va. Marie J. Roh-
LIPS 66. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. FOR RENT for 4BR single dwelling by unlocking rer. decree pro confesso. here, the consumptionproductiongap
OSCEOLA OIL CO.1110 NORTH season two people, reas HOLLINGWORTH Rose B. Holcomb TS. Thomas F.
FRANK could
3 doors. Lot 60 209 reasonably narrowed
-... onable. :x Lanler and wife and Florida It..
MAIN ST. TI 6-3941. ORRIE KIRKPATRICK TI 6.4755O with' lots' of shade and 8 loaded NOTICENOTICE dustrial Commission re plaintiffs especially in this sugar-producing
FOR RENT: and motions to amend complaint. state the State Chamber
Apartments fruit
FINE WATCHES: Wide selection, trees.Wallace Silver Shield Corp. vs. Marcus N.Pow.1I con-
houses by 'week month., Cot.ton' and notice Bs cluded.
Bulova, Benton, Benrus, Hamilton or ---- painter ... dens. wife of pen-
Apartment North Orange 819 Mabbette St. v
and Elgin at Benton's
Jewelry. Blossom TraiL 7-2-9-16-23-30 : Is Alcohol a problem for FKDER\r TX LIR.V HELKASK The Florida State Horticultural
KEROSENE AND ? Call A A TI 7.2026
you or
Chrlsbank Society, organized in 1888 is the
FOR SALE: Five acres 4 miles Corp. U.Jt1.5.
write Box 642 St. Clog L
Chrlstbank k Corp. I4.SS4.10. nation's' oldest.
west of the city limits.I Make of ,
FUEL OIL fer. Call TI 7.2687 after 6 p.m. sri?. FILED
NOTICE: I will not be responsiblefor
Fare M. Padgett vs. Ellis Padgett FOR SALE
; any debts made by anyone divorce.
BUD & JOHN'S GULF SERVICETI other than myself. Ronny D. Willie Lee Jackson va. Lucy Jack. '56 PLYMOUTH PLAZA
son divorce.
Astor. Margaret Braeejr va. Charles O. 4 dr. good condition, excellent
6-5842 Daily & SundaysM Bracer, non-support.
$10 DOWN Patricia T Ames. vs. Charles R. tires.
Ames, divorce PHONE TI 7.2881 '8 ajn. to 5
$7 MONTH Woodrow W Lloyd and wife vs.
LEGAL NOTICE Roverl Dolfl and wU,partition p.m. or TI 7.2403 after 5.
1\( .1 ONLY $595TROPICAL Southern Bedding Co. Inc va.


REAL ESTATE NAME LAW 1<. C. Moore, Jr. Contractor
'Open anytime day or MAT CONCERN: ,
I NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEjr that Triangle Building
Blossom pursuant to the "Fictitious Name
night. on Orange
Statute" Section SCS.Ot of the 1)41
.... Trail in Kissim Florida Salutes, the undersigned Residential and Commercial BuildingRemodeling
: who is the only party Interested
I In the hereinafter named business
mee at Carroll St. enterprise will present proof of publication O 9 Repairing
of this Notice and rer Isterwith
.. And:'may we Join your many friends In wishing Eddie Clemons the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof Work O
Osceola the fictitious Masonry Roofing'MOORE"
New Year filled with i I CUD.8liort!
you.a happiness, GET A FREECHRISTMAS COM-
PAXT under which he is engaged -
satisfaction and achievement. In business at II Went Dar HOUSE FOR YOUR MONEY
r ling-ton. '. Osceola County.
I Florida this Ith day of December. Office TI 7-2270 Home
WITH EACH LOT! ..\. n. 1950. 7-2328
4404'11' <<'' ___-'-' Dec. t, 15. 22. 2>


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Home & Apt. 6 bdrms 21 acre with 18 acres 9-yr. old
VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS 49% Early Oraage. <4< Baths exceptionally clean& producing grove on hard road.-

1 -- well maintained good location Good income crop thiJ'yU.,Good

Located in Kissimmee Park. large lot, famished or unfnmisced. terms. '

Lnpfer'sInsurance Agency iDA VIS AGENCY H.Asking. L $1,000 DrummondStar Route per acre t I w: H. Morse Corporation- <1/ '


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Legion To Sponsor Lanier Explains Tax ._
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Exempt '

Sells-Gray Circus s I 'I; ,., I I Ir"J {, ": :" .. ",' '".:-

Tax Assessor Wade H.<(!II ... ,
The American Legion post here grounds at 10:30 During the Lanier Jr. revealed some of the a' I + .
is sponsoring a circus December matinee, at 3:30, am} the evening factors he uses for granting home Tupperware PeopleTo II'! ..... a., I__.i'i', .
28 on grounds near the school) performance, at 8 p-nt, acrobats, stead exemptions and asked the Sail CaribbeanMore :: .; J L ,
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board office on Thacker Avenue. clowns, equestrians, gymnasts; 1 eK county commissioners to \
There will W a free feeding of equilibrists, and aerialists will him.Lanier. cooperatewith than 400 Tupperware dis- E tx:
the wild animals on the circpsTh perform. told the commissionersthat tributors and members of the .1.1I

Sells-Gray three-ring circua Revenue the Legion derives will 1 r anyone may apply for home- headquarters staff will embarkon I -
will here with 50 be used to improve the Legion $ Caribbean Cruise I. \ atI
be performerS 4 stead exemption if he owns a homein an eight day I
six and "blood sweat Home on Lake Shore Dr., so it : .\ '
elephants a rr the county, but he taid his of. during January.
ing" hippopotomus. ty will other be in civic better organizations.condition for use fice checks the applications .more They will board the Italian luxury r .j.jil.

closely than many suspect. liner, M/S Bianaca C at Port .

--' 4 4 .. s+ar otlror ? ,Mai; For instance he said in discuss Everglades near Fort Lauderdale, .
t t y ing the case of an Illinois man, he Florida on January 4. Portsofcallwill i iI il. ,
r4.4 him for .. Nassau, Port-au- r ,
1 required to register vot. be Bahamas i

____..: r- ing here and cancel out"his Illinois Prince Haiti, San Juan Puerto I 'ti i iI It ,'- .. '
registration before granting the Rico and St. Thomas in the Virgin w. \

r exemption..When the man switched Islands. I If
j I his registration' back to Illinois During this combination cruise- I Merry !''i
r he refused to allow him homestead conference business sessions will ,
j.;"> exemption. be held to discuss company adver- I Christmas! )
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t 1 I I Another factor Lanier considersis tising, public relations foreign 3i
i whether or not the person applying expansion and sales promotion for ) J BASON'S
ii for i Have J JI
4A homestead exemptionhas the coming year. a Gay t
i 4 an auto' tag from Osceola GREETINGSall.
County. Holiday! JE i

f't .i These are but a few of the Pvt. Robert Downey I
0 TAYLOR'SCommercial
checks his office makes. He added
that if a person, refused home- Completes Training FESSENDEN nf'rri frationLand I

stead exemption, starts legal action Marine Pvt. Robert W. Downey r .
against his office, he feels son of William H. Downey of 506 E LUMBER CO. I IJ" Electric Co.

''t i that some counter action for viola- Lakeview Dr Kissimmee, s
ere completed ..
r 4 .<1 ." .4 IIFA 6 III'I\i\ CIf\\\\ "'" spa' !
tion of some raw, such as the election recruit training Dec. 13 at the

I statutes, can be instituted Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Par- .
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against the complainer. ris Island, .S.C.
Lanier also discussed personaland
F :
Relatives ana fnends of

NO1 :;; ;; ;; K commission.real property He said taxes there.with were the to the witness new Marines the graduation were or cere-hind

A. Joyous't TO APPEAR WITH-CIRCUS Sharon Adair, trapeze artist,'will 112 "errors and omissions" he was monies.
appear here when the Sells and Gray Circus exhibits Wednesday' asking the commissioners to ap The 12-week training schedule
: Cheery grcelilzgs Christmas December 28, sponsored' by Makinson-Carson- Post No. 10, American prove. These, he assured them, included drill, bayonet training:,
were not the result of cutting or'
to all of our I physical conditioning, parades and
I changing values, but rath'ercorrection
: fir rienls friends and : ceremonies, and other military sult-
our lr patronsGOOLD'S of obvious errors in

National Boat Races computation.He jects. weeks th*
Three were spent on
KISSIMMEEBODY said his office followed state I
rifle range where the recruits fir- REFR1GERATION.TT
regulations connection with the
ed .the M-l rifle and received ir- 65 [
WORKS figuring of personal property
struction In basic Marine infantry
DEPT. STORE To Be Held Here taxes. This was done by taking a
BUD & JOHN J 3s percentage, fixed by the state, weapons. Modern silent refrigeration Is
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"4"' __ 4II1O.1tg141:6". : of the real This recruit training prepares tops Servel Gas refrigeration
... .. The running of the first brand Originally they were to be run property. young Leathernecks for further U absolutely silent lasts
4 JI, A Nationanl Outboard EnduranceRace on Lake X, east of St. Cloud. specialized infantry training 'At; longer no
De- "This mil be of the largest asked, "even when you know the N.C. automatic Ice-maker with no ,
has been changed from one Camp Ixjjcure
T FREE CHRISTMAS TURKEY furniture isn't worth that much?" fussy Ice con. I
J mussy trays
cember 3Q to January) 7, Claude races held in the U. S. commented
"We have gone straight across stant supply of Ice. Gas refrigeration
I Banks of the Tohopekalige Yacht Banks. He added that more than
provides service in any
I To. everyone buying a lot NOW or BEFORE Club announced last night. 100 boats are expected to parti sponded.Also the board. with it, Lanier re State Road Asked To weather 10-year warranty.GREEN'S .
There will be three days of boat- cipate in the six-hour endurancerace
in connection with taxes Maintain RoadsThe
1 ing events sponsored by the club January 7.
was the suggestion of Commissioner -
J $10 DOWN $7 MONTH $595 TOTAL i Janunary 6-8. The schedule of events are: Jan L. J. Harvey that a breakdownon State Road Department will '!
The events will be staged on '
uary 6, time triab all day on Lake the various the be asked to take over maintenanceof
: office at Carroll St. on Orange Blossom Trail j Lake Tohopekaliga in Kissimmee. Tohopekaliga; January 7, runningof tax bills so the.taxes people appear know on exactly Vine St. near Osceola Fruit FUEL

the six-hour' endurance race how much they are paying ,Co., and also Michigan Ave. \, ,
in Kissimmee. Eddie Clemons TI 7-2380 11 i
from 10 to 4 January .
I a.m. p.m.; for each -supported agency'. The city commission, fearful
8, running of kilometer} speed that vehicle be damaged
Later in the meeting. Henry O. some may -
: TROPICAL PARK REAL ESTATE 1 course All events are sanctionedby Partin,'one of this county's leading by the bad condition of} Vine

I gi American Power Boat Assn. ranchers, appeared to ask the commissioA St. told City Manager Harold Far

j More than $6,500 worth of to consider a correctionin mer to contact the SRD.
WELCOME Open anytime day or night. : trophies, prizes and money will the assessment of some of his Work on the street has been delayed -

.< x; To olt our.' be awarded to the winners of, property, located south of the city because it is to become a Parks Furniture Co.
___ friends ; odd
& tw41imIWiw,5w Q q" and fie.,.-w. the different classes of the en-: along U.S. Hwy. 92. major project, as a link to Inter
extend best durance race. i Partin explained his land had state Hwy. 4. However no right-

wishes, 0"'h The Kiekhaefer Corp., mant\-\ been flooded over five times and of-way has yet, been bought forthe ... KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD
KISSIMMEE s1i3i>PY" facturer of Mercury: motors 1s..givi that he had talked to-a-repreagn* project. ____ "' .
occosion.Bible ing six outboard motors to the' tative of Hunnicutt & Associateswho The center line of Michigan Ave:;
2 8 yacht club to present to the winners had agreed the proper assess- is the city limit. Because the roadis >>:
It's CHRISTmas Time of the six different glasses.' ment would be $50 an acre insteadof heavily used by trucks and is -
WED. DEC.CIRCUS The different classes are 40 h.p., $150. made of dirt, it requires consider I i

Study __ 4:45 .m. 60 h.p. 60 h-p.., 70 P..8Q h-p. and "I don't want you to do any- able grading work. The city has FAMOUS' r1 .
Training. Union 6:15 p.m. been both sides inside
boats with unlimited 'horsepower.Don thing that is put of line," Partin doing -
GROUNDS Auspices American. Legion Post 10 I 11:00 a.m.Worship- "The Senic"Meaning: of Guerin cf Rochester N.Y., told the board. "I don't want to and outside the city. It is now DIAMONDS
Adjacent to County School Office' Christmas" was here yesterday discussingthe do anything that the rules don't asking the SRD to do it. .

Doors open 1 & 7 P3I. Performances 2 & 8 P.M.I 7:30 p.m. Baptism, Lord's coming race with Tohopekaliga provide," he declared. brought The road'to the conditions attention of were the 0 F. HISTORY
Sapper club officials. Guerin is presidentof Lanier explained he was waiting
the special sanction committee for the Hunnicutt representative to commission by Commissioner Art

I of the American Power Best, come here to recheck the Partin Scalli. ..-. .:....;..tJ' .f" :..
I M i .t fj.t' ::;h ;. :\ D'h;
; rn. BAPTIST Assn. and former president of : : tif
: f a&A' property.In .
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Cold Weather Does \
APBA the meantime, Partin asked rv G' Yr'i .4M .
CHURCH I ..:'.-.:\\. tI,.. ...... \
Banks said the surveyed course the commissioners for permissionto Little Here ; 1 N 1 ,. ....
to be laid out on the lake will be: rebuild a county road at his ex- Damage }+'
.J CHUtCH SI. AND SFROUIE AYE i The week-end chill did little if M N't ssalc
miles around
1t. I --- _Pr. H.f.Amoi. Pastor approximately 5H pense in accordance with specifications \ .
citrus in Osceola
tablished.and APBA records could be es- ,of Otis Sellers, county road any county damage but the to frost has burned ,-.}. 11:,.,:.,..,.'., .................. ..i.....". .. .. .
foreman. Permission was granted. .. '_ .
.... 7If I II the pasturelands, James Smith, : ..':'...'f-.. \4; {,...,.....'...:.';.."..:".... ...:. ''..".:"....' ,.I.t.,.'. 'p. :....:.....:............'.r.... ."t....
I Levi Henderson county azent, reported.He {..(: 1 i-:: ..::....,-..:.:<. ;..;..:.;.....:-"..... .,...,: :. ..t....... .;...', .'. Ir.
.. ,..c'.. 'ro',lj1.1I: wr .,.;.':1", :iI! Indicted For MurderAn said temperatures for were hours below ;t : W' ">'..;:...;'!...'..,..v/:::..._..:.,...:..,:,.:-.-.-. -J'i.; ] ....):"......,:"., .
freezing some 10 3 5NrI 'o-;...?:.;." :'' :\: ";
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Osceola grand jury Wednes- over the weekend and there was \ \ :.'" .:.", : :;/,::;'.a.':.-.'. ..
t y
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\' l 7. day indicted a second person in a some firing of groves. I :-
";' .t : ;:. 'i ; ; : ."
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-: l'11 > P jDRIVE Levi Henderson, of Waterloo, cold snap may prove a blessing k v/7 .....4.,'......:..;".:.:..:);:..'.!..NT ,.:. V
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Amendments Consider -1

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Disabled PeopleDisabled I' v ',_ ONE STOP '.

''k people tong for the day who have been getting social security SERVICE STATION
they can' be self-sufficient once disability benefits recover & '
' ii tT Je again not only' at home but also and return to work. Removing the 1k WASH LUBE BRAKES
in;the work-a-day world. The 1960 second 6-month waiting period may ,
amendments to the social security encourage more disabled personsto uhpmcl WHEELS ALIGNED
law will help many disabled people return to work stated CoL Patton SEAT COVERS
realize this dream stated CoL .
Byron R. Patton District Man-
ager, of the Orlando Social Security BUD & JOHN'S GULF SERVICE
lP Office. St. John's Church

One of the changes made by Schedule AnnouncedThe MAIN and VINE ST. Phone TI 6-5342
i ii these amendment will mean that
beneficiaries who go to work des- Christ Mass will be celebrated -
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pite severe handicaps, can con- at Midnight Saturday at
tinue to be paid Their benefits for St. John's Episcopal Church.There
May the joys 12 months whether they go to wilt also be services of the Holy A1R
work under a vocational rehabili- Communion at 7:30 ajn. and 11
olt lbeHolidayc1tkItlilhL tation plan, or on their own said ajn. on Christmas Day, Father
CoL Patton. \ John A. Benton Jr., the Rector, ,
; Season After the first 9 months'of this has announced. ,
bring a
period have passed a decision will There will be no Church Schoolor
into 1 M made as to whether the work meeting of Episcopal Young
tqPfZ friendly glow y done by the benificiary in those 9 Churchmen on that day. The Holy
months shows that he has regained Communion will be celebrated everyday O
TO ONE AND ALL! yourbeartandbome. his ability to work. If he is of Christmas week at 10 la .
a w found able to engage in substantial : ,1'
\ work and therefore is no longer ajn.The Children's Pageant will be
BENTON'S disabled within the meaning. of the presented in the church Tuesday, :.j" '.
CHILDE law, he will still be paid his benefits -
I ?R S / December 27 St. John's Day, at
for three months longer. After 6:30 pmThis will be followedby whole chorus best meshes to !
ELECTRIC t JEWELRY1M jL this, his benefits stop. 1 a parish covered dish supper of you
The first nine months need not and the children's party. All the
A COOL Y U L.E- This' isn't a real snowman down Florida be consecutive. For instance a parishioners of St. John's are
QA ---------'- way It'. really only styrofoam but the Christmas vine is the beneficiary might work 4 months, urged to be present on this im- HARRIS MARINE. CENTER
real thing a porana vine at Cypress Gardens and the girl and be laid off, and then work again portant day of the church. \
*4.:1.'o.t4M!\ \ 4"A. "444_ 44 "A44' smile are genuine too itV the Florida. Citrus Queen Florence for 6 months. Only those monthsin The Inquirers' Class will meet ;.CSIf.IM! ,_..._...44I.I4I! :!! &8 4 4 IIIIIIR!! P'IIo'! 414! .6
.: Cloud from Bradenton Florida.. which he does work of a type Thursday at 8 pm. and The Right
.... usually done for gain are counted. >>;
} Reverend Henry I. Louttit, Bishop
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.,f" .. Disabled workers who go to work of the Diocese of South Florida, i M'
are required to notify the Social of _.. .. \
will administer the sacrament .tI ''' ;,.. ,
Poor Reading Habits Security Administration. This may Holy Confirmation: Frday, December :, ,'t.t., '. .- .... '.. :.';' .
be done by writing a letter or 30, at 8 p.m.greeting i l' #,., '" .. ..:\\i". - sending a special post card form ..: 6' :, "':f: S1
1 v Cited At P-TA which may be obtained from your ,II:!UI! IiU "YA '
I. social security district office. G'j : ;
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from their disabilities be- : >
j 'ki. "If people paid as much attention' globes, .and other tools rbr learning fore they have been at work in r
to reading and writing and every- .M "
each of nine months and also dis- I
*aing else taught in schools as they She said'she hoped in time that abled beneficiaries who recover t 'I k .;:
do about Christmas, our schools aeho system personnel could purchase before they have tested their ability -
would be in better:, shape," Audrey I their needs on the same basis to work will have their bene-
i. Newman, consultant for instructional as many of the top progressive fits paidto them for three months I
materials of the State De- companies. after they recover.
oartment of Education told the. She said that more actual indi- Another change in the law which
Kissimmee Parent-Teacher Assoiaion vidual research and teaching is will aid disabled beneficiaries who
% recently. necessary for the advanced stud i
go back to work provides that I a
Primarily speaking about school I ents,, "and that is going to haveto disabled worker xh has recovered ;
libraries, Miss Newman pointedout : lead more and 'more to the sufficiently to return to work
that in, recent senior tests, libraries." She asked the parentsto does not have to wait; another G
> Ihristmas English scored the lowest and social -. cheek. their school libraries by months to have his! payments 4 r 1: t d.
studies,second lowest and she asking these questions: started again if his disability re- #
asked: I Cap the children in school work cures or another disabiliy develop- t i ri. \
[ Creating*at this Holy Greetings learn if after the third '
"How can, one anything I independently es within 5 years after his dis-
[ Season...mayi(b;ov one isn't learning English? grade: can they rose the encyclopedia ability benefits en ed. i. mERRY HRISTH1HS
May.your Holiday "We Are not teaching everything.' dicfionailes, and indexes? :The reason for this change is
happy time for you. as we are teaching Christ ((27 Can they find all the materials that most disabled persons who
be bright mas or else English would be' higher. they need? ((3)) Do they 'see .filmstrips ,- return to work do so despite severe Singing cut i And Holiday Greetings to All! ,
and motion films?
Here we are with our nativetongue picture impairments, and it is very pos-
: TRESS' NEWS I and we are not doing en- ((4) ,Are they'reading and reading sible that'there may be recurrenceof : loud and
MARGIE'S DINER ough reading. writing, or speak- right? ((5) Can the children get the same ailment or another clear'mag
ing." into the school library when they disability may develop. The Con- yours be a PARTIN JEWELERS ,1,1Xtt
At the same time, Miss Newman need! Should it be open longer gress felt it wasn't fair, in such ,
. a* D' ':II'II!' 'Ja ._IIt'I&4"'C4' 1C pointed out that the parents and hours, after school at night! eases, to make the worker and his glorious Christmas. "
children in Florida are interestedin She pointed out that the Florida family wait a second 6 months
more education. To support this Association,of School librarians is without earnings or disability '
You contention, she pointed to the asking the next session of the legislature -
Wishing a 11 benefits when this happened, since FLORENCE : =.
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growth in the junior college'movement to provide a librarian for he had already served his 6-month I:
She said that in six years each 500 pupils, and to.allocate at waiting period before he received I t
t MERRY '" the number of junior colleges h sjumped' least $150 per teacher: unit more disability benefits the first time, FACEY I i,
:';' from four to 24. to current operating expenses forth advised Col. Patton. Y.Z.. '. .
"This has been because of demand purchase of books, magazines. lore 1 .. ti I.:'
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make into being as an economy 'The Juniors of the First Chris- 1 y' 'lt ..,,, of '" '
your but of them will in the.Junior < IiM
I measure many : are tian Church meet ..;; -t.
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not of"'sufiiclen1 quality and da not department Thursday, December a y ,. .::' .I. ";/.... US
family happy! keep sufficient hours to be of best 22n: : ",' "\"" '
service to the youngsters i party all of the Juniors are urgedto : / -
; She pointed out that in Florida! attend and bring gifts. 1' 4'
ft EnoyCHRISTMAS? $147 per pupil per year is being Sunday School begins at $::45. ;if ..
spent for library books. This is Sunday Morning there are classes
I IAT less than the cost of one good for all age and guests are wel- .
DINNER book. She.satd'the department of I come. The lesson is entitled ''
education beliens\U6 per pupil: "God's Gift of Love." :: '
per year would be closer to. the At the worship service at 11 a.m, K ,- 4 '
'" proper figure. : the pastor, Jimmy Cox will speakon Gfxisbnasl
& QYorG Otis sG
Miss Newman said the basic the subject, "The Christmas Joy b & k :
needs for a 'school1ibr cry are: Story and there will be special \ j :
ft I FRAZER'S.Complete ((1)) One librarian for each 500 Christmas songs by the choir. .
pupils;, (2)) plenty of reading room At the evening worship service THE CREDIT BUREAU OF KISSIMMEEP.O. < .t- '"

((8 dinners with all the trimmings space, an audio-visual room, a there will be no sermon the whole Florida $
Box 590 Kissimmee
work-room and conference: rooms; hoar win be given to the singing "

from $190 Recommended by ((3)) lots of books,visual aids maps, of Christmas songs. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

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'50 ft. layout which Be uses as his permanent residence in California.The The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday December 22, 1960 Page 3A
Making Others Happy second is his traveling-home, a 28-footer and the third is a 35-foot, I

converted into a mobile office. The office trailer is located at 907 West Smiley, who neither drinks nor smokes has four adopted children,
Oak Ridge Road, Orlando and from this vanatage point, the popular Linda, Steve Carolyn and Brian. He proudly admits that he has been
Film comic and his executive producer, Hinton Bradbury, will book shows married to the same woman 23 years. "An unusual feat in Hollywood
Comic's Goal
''' > .w for the Central Florida area during the next few months. own my he.added, smiling.
,. own agency"; Smiley said."Bradbury is boss,but I own the show."
, i By ALMA HETHERINGTON Smiley is in demand for appearances at fairs, rodeos and even
drive-in theaters where he put%on shows from the top of the refresh Only Three More-
A floppy black hat and a checkered shirt are the only props used ment stands. His one-man show includes six different acts, with a spe-
by a smiling gentleman whose country bumpkin screen role has thrilled cial show just for kids "where all the jokes are aimed to keep themroaring. Shopping 'Till Christmas
v millions of children. Just as Red Skelton's changeable hat can make of Days
the .loveable comic both a doddering old man and an inquisitive small !
, A boy, so can Smiley Burnett, America's No. One Western comic, witha
sweep of a crumpled old hat and the use of his stock of sound effects, x
yscome for his adoring audience-an outboard,motor, a fly a bee, an -
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airplane, or a racing car. r
A A recent interview with Smiley,.or Ole Frog of numerous Gene i u .,.nr
Autry pictures, at the home of his public relations man, Hinton Bradbury .
) and Mrs. Bradbury, in Kissimmee, revealed many interesting facts +. .' ,,,,
about the Western film comic. He has played in 171 full-length motion

pictures, 81 of them with Gene i i..
VISITS HERE Autry seven with Roy Rogers, .

and 47 of the Durango Kid series ,
CHARM SHOP which starred Charles Starrett JJ i << i I I ',
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These last are scheduled to be re .1 f I i il
leased for television soon. Over 100 w '
SALON of the pictures in which,Smiley appeared J y. a..-:- ,.

are now being* shown on : l b d! 1n

TV Smiley a guest on the Red o '.', j| Merry Christina* Everyone!

"Jubilee U.S.A. televisionshow o
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about,every six weeks. His m B & L TACKLE SHACK d
first love has always been personal
',' x ; appearances, and he has played LESTER MANN AGENCY Fishermen Par dse.! i

more than 4,000 one-night stands 1 Darlin
4 tonKissimmee
f .. 14 W. Fla.
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..a...* a t A ? ,3,, .rs 3 States, Cuba and Canada. =- 7Ji :-
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1 t .th+a ":'.. ;; '> known as a Western Toby," Smiley

t" + ,; ;::; .; explained. "Toby was created by .

+ x ,a/,, x .r .,.1. i++...e. t' Shakespeare in one of his plays, to
a ? I 1w.> depict a country bumpkin. My type
i / Mx well that of Andy Devine is
as as
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; ail :..rr'rllS .tl ,,,,a the Western rural bumpkin, or : .
ti it/, a .n + "side-kick" for the star, such as t- -::
. a SMILEY BURNETTE Gene Autry. Ernie Ford and Herb ; c .:.. .
1r : Shreiner are of the mink and g :-- '"
monocle' type of Toby. Gabby Hayes is not a Toby, but just a bewhisk- -
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he went to Hollywood, his white horse with the black eye, known as
,. well known Gene Autry's Trigger and Cham- ._. --- d
Ring-Eye, became ,as as -r -----

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most spectacular was a Jassackaphone." He smiled as he recalled its -{ -- --- ,

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The Pied Piper.
Christmas season will bring fit was in a little town in Pennsylvania where there, was no hotel. _e 7 ..
t r. I was invited to stay in a private home. In the morning I heard the ------ -- ri
health and to home c
happiness your sound of many voices whispering outside. I pulled up the shade and _

1 saw about 500 children congregated in an expectant manner. Soon a M _-= '
man came up to me and said, 'I am principal of the school across the 'i ---=-
J. L HUTCHINSON, Representative street. I can't get the children to come in. Can't you play the Pied Piper [ '=:: l'
and get them to follow you in?' So I went over and put on a show and ---- ..
needless to say, the children were delighted with the way that school _
day started." ,

a Smiley, who could make a fair living at 17 different trades, is the .
son of two ordained ministers of the Christian church, the Reverends J = ,
George and Almira Burnette, who served their pastorates when the
preacher was paid mainly in food from the farms gardens and kitchensof .
C their community. Church suppers were the future comedians's special ==
delight, and to this day, if Smiley is in a town where a church supper is ,
A J. + EF,'.,r, ,.r ,,4ra .k
w 7,3 M ft4'j' r' advertised, he manages to attend it.
i The comic told of having {his picture made recently with Elvis

., Presley,while visiting on the Fox Studios set.
"Elvis said when he was a boy in Tupelo, Miss., every Friday night
he went to one of Frog's pictures, and instill a Smiley Burnette Frog
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play to both adult and children's audiences.I think I can safely say that .
Tam one of the few entertainers in the United States who can entertain i "
K retarded children. I have entertained as high 700 of them at a time, /
and it was a great satisfaction to see them all laughing t ha PP it y." = -_ .
With his wife Dallas, a former newspaper reporter, he wrote a _
cook book, which had a unique experience. A copy of the book, which _.
contains favorite recipes garnered from friends all over the entire
course of his extensive travels, was presented to Admiral Anderson of = <<
$ the U.S.S. Nautilus. The letter of thanks which Smiley received from
i h the Admiral is a P rized'possession, for it said, "I thought you might
'* v enjoy knowing that the copy of the wonderful book givenus -. r -
made the first trip, in history of a ship to the North Pole, passing .
rt. a under the Pole on August 3, 1958. Perhaps you should have included acouplelof I -
: Eskimo recipes!" So Smiley calls it the "coolest cook book in : -
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looks at mo a long time and tears tome dorm his cheeks. right there iz
4" around I front of me After a while he says there are some people who try
; I to.,be kind and helpful and friendly every day like that good felloenamed
,. Christ 'Coursalhey can't be thjt goodbnt the main thJUipt i (J
?S K they keep trying' 4You know, Joe', my old man says,' I saw one of ?
Osceola County them flopeared caps like hunters wear in a store downtown Finist
; up your hamburger and well go buy it. Itll keep: ,you*head and neck (J
0" .' 0.'r; warm when we get back to your Grandma's in" Michigan. : "You :O
know,*continued Joe,,*I didn't catch on at first that my tM man meant iI
I :.. Bj ALMA HETHERINGTONCHRISTMAS he-was going to taker me back to Grandma who'a always going to that n'
\\\ little white church acro&rf the street from henhouse Guess I was ta
stall thinking about that guy in the gray suit. Wonder if he coulda H rrf: m
,\) ? \; I MirRlt: Y Out of the distant T>ast comes a whispered been Christ himself I bet he was PEOPLE DON'T ACT THAT q9rttflnl{
i greeting'that warms the heart of humanity enrChristmas! NICE FOR NO DEAL HAN Hey I'm late for meeting my old man And our tkankf to yoy for \
It echoes and re-echoes back across the long ages .' It throbs at the; jalopy .Colt* go qoyl'! he shouted over his shoulder as his your loyal pat patronage. "\
through.the generations of life, while kingdoms rise and fall,while men skinny legs pounded away down a long, dark narrow.aUey. (And thanks,
Christmas! JJJE Jr'for story,which I have treasured for years.)
and nations move like checkers on a checker-board Merry ; you .
B It stirs the heart like some beautiful old memory It quickens the? ,w I E, P. NEID, Agent
pulse like a passionate violin We forget to play at being grown-up, n'
and in a. moment we are all children again. Of all the old festivals .r. ., I STANDARD OIL CO.ri
SPECIAL PRICES ON PURCHASES'' Washington Irving saidj.that of Christmas awakens the strongest and 1. .
I most heartfelt associations There is a tone of solemn and sacred .
OF 3 QR MORE FIFTHSWE jj feeling that blends with our conviviality\ that lifts the spirit to a .
state of hallowed and elevated enjoyment All yesterday is strewn .
GIVJB TV STAMfS WITH ALL PACKAGE GOODSCHRISTMAS with the embers of old Christmas Ares It is the festival of the
Nativity. From the early centuries of Christianity the anniversaryof
$ DECANTERS I? the birth of Christ has been celebrated It is called "Christmas" 7i-- '
because in early England the. festival was called "Christes Messe"which
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THE GUY IN THE GRAY SUIT A poignant, heartwarmingstory ,.;,:' : '
of Christmas was told in a column in the Orlando Sentinel several : !, > < -- ......" .. .
I i years ago Signed simply J. P. E. Jr., it was the story of a sharp- A. *
1 faced 11-year-old boy named Joe, who was selling mistletoe and hollyon "\. r .. .J. "
downtown Orlando street corners for several days before Christmas ; *
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I .. .Joe to4! reporters that he"didn't have no home address-: me and the < ,',.,..:Fic : (' j.:
old man just sleep In the jalopy" Joe said he knew positively that ;;>O' ''':,j:;. '.: ,::"
1 I The Man named Jesus Christ must be alive and in Orlando When ;f \ 4'if
told that the pastors of Orlando agreed that so long as there is even -, ..a.
just one person who believes that Christ lives, then He lives," Joe said,
I "Mighty right he's alive People dont act so kind and friendlylikefor j '
ART liS m no dead man,bud.. ..Then Joe explained, "I was qut there on this .J
corner, see, pushing this: green stuff, and a guy in a gray suit comes up .
& PACKAGE STORE and asks me If I know what Christmas is all about Sure I said, ,
BART I Itk it's when people swap stuff with each other .*. 'No,' he said 'it's the :% ;
6-1611 TI 7-2141 birthday,of a good fellow named Jesus Christ who wet around doing folk who make :
nice things for people' Ever seen him 1 1 I says Sure,' says the 5 It's fine J like t yon .t, I

guy in the gray suit/I've seen Him many times. .. In churches: homes .... Christmas a pleasure.:and :'I
and just anywhere people do nice things for other people I've '
tawish \
Him in the sunrise and sunset- lots of places': he says, just like seen. i ic'; always 59 nice YC1.? \ CL4 f
He give me a: buck for a 10-cent bunch of holly-wouldn't 'joys without measure! Best M t: : .'" -.; .
9i change-and said, 'Hope some day you can say you've seen Him, too, staff. I :,
Joe' .Then he went off down the street .1 walked down the same Holiday Wishes.from.our entire I e > <. '-! .. 'Y.' '..
street this guy went, to meet my old man Then I pass by where! M K. ,;.-.:. '/ ....... :
the Goodfellows and Salvation Army are giving that Christmas party; : 't \;\\ > \\t

for poor kids-and boy, are them kids, having tbeirselves a'good time! Just: slipping in our little wish that
I thought I saw the guy in the gray suit standing over in a corner AAX
Christmas will l \
le and
grinning, but I was late for meeting the old man and couldn't check: : .. M your bright
Pop was already in this joint where we get a 10-cent hamburger He GRAVES Distributing CoJ merry. the happiest one ever for '(
was looking at his old picture of Mom-she died when I was a little M. you and your family. '
shaver I don't remember" much He slips the picture back in .. I
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i mitt! sinetre appreciation for pour Safety Factor In ti. l W.. PAUL RIGGS, .

patronage toe tofetj you anD pours afilleb Justice of' the Peace .

M fjcigtmag [ toitf fjappp jopS! Toys Is ImportantSafety )v L., .17 i iSeason's

and suitability of edges shooting t Christmas toys were the subject skates and electrical toys, etc. Over ;
: of a reminder issued by-the Florida eight:. Gym and sports items, ',.. ..._; Iry. I- f1.Ii ,\:
State Board of Health and endorsed music and hobby ,toys electric: trJ' J'.JtJTJ'JIT".osr .JIiM.
, 1 LU.C1.L.ELS.'w I by the state's'pediatricians trains, bikes. Avoid motorized
I through the chairman of their riding toys,. shooting toys, chemistry n 1 ci cii ,
,i Accident Prevention Committee, sets, etc. ? F a.i
Dr. Marvin Lee Weil of Miami The reminder suggests that a '
Beach.: I child: should be" given toys that will I
"A child's play is his occupation stimulate his ledttiing processes,
and his toys are his tools," and not too rovy at. one tune. It ; -__
says Dr. WeiL He emphasized that was also pointed jut that a small
safety must be the first consideration child can be u.-oed by a perfectly : .
in buying a toy with suita proper toy given it an older ;1: : 2
bility to the child's age and sea; child.: The reminder is admittedlybrief.
next in importance. He said his Bat it can be summed up as
committee endorsee: the followinglist calling for the. use of common ::
of toys, set up according to' sense and careful thought in selec-: .'t.k :
those principles, by Dr. L. L. ing toys, in order to avoid pos-
Parks Director of the Bureau of sible tragedy at the happiest time I
Maternal. and Child Health.. of the year. f

Up to age two, the hand tP D ..
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mouth age: Washable unpainted
rattles, balls, squeak toys stuffed "
animals and dolls round cornered 7I : TTTT0: Iif4i
blocks and puss and pull toys. .
Avoid small toys or parts, flammable -
objects, sharp edges. s
I two to three, the exploring age: r vi. M i
Sand box peg boards, tip-proof .
kiddie cars tricycles: and rocking: M .
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# horses, picture: books, crayons. }..
1i! Avoid marbles, sharp edges, etc. NATIONAL ,LOAN'
Three to four, the ihitator age: i. | I Greetings to All ffc
Telephone dolls, buggies and clothes r* .
garden tools, autos, trains (not *
electric: ), drums, .costumes, blocks. SANTA Rif oNca OAOSCOHC AJAR -i & FINANCE CO. MAKINSON HARDWARE t|
ti Avoid breakables or sharp edges. HE ALWAYS BRINGS
.Four to. six: Construction: sets, HiSCARINHEBC.JIM .' I "The Store with the Horse Out Front" 1

blackboards, paints, sports equipment .
paper dolls with blunt scis- WRIGHT -.p-f'p: r41rfdJ1r.I-r w.MYoT" ,
sors. Avoid pop guns, ill-balanced STANDARD SERVICEMAIN'
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE } riding toys, 'poisonous paints. Ii. }!$
Six to eight: Carpenter tools, & VINE
construction: sets, sports items, i S r
Sj Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carpenter ; electrical toys, puzzles, games, ..
kits for at adult activities, .J .....
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_ Slack welgnt tUOt: 7-yr old The Kissmrm Gazette, Thursdsy Dece1i16erZZ,1941 Page SA
White weight 1300; 1 C-yr old Bay, "
weight 11.; 1 Sorrell, strip face,

Legal Notice weight(Each of 1400 the, S horse yrm. of under. the :Mei- Deputy Clerk. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

f USINESS DIRECTORYINSTALLMENT J can and above Bucking la Morse branded elaseificationa as the- Dec.(SEAL lie) 22, 29'Jas; 5IX I SOCIETY

brands respectively appear to photo- '
i, IV: TUli CIKCt'IT COtRT: FOR THE static record of the mortgage recorded IN AND! FOR: U tI OLA101XT1 SOl N. Randolph
.MVm*I.UK1DAV JUDICIAL.LN AAU 50K. t(:Itt o in Official Record Book 44 "* .'LOR1D.R .\. Sunday Services 11 a.m.
at 2S7 of tile pubnc records of '
("oalIIT1". Sunoaj School) 9:30 a.m.
Osceola County Florida to which : I
ales known HORSE E. BfcOWN.
reference is hereby made.) Wed. Night/ Services b D.HI.
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Plaintiff v. WILLIAM C. "
l.\UUAM and HA.'lil.lJIliG.YA.'Ii..
( 0 Bay Mist mare 48-515; Nellie mare TO ALL CREDITORS LEGATEES
Call STATE OF FLOKIUA TI). AVILr.JAil n-ln'; 'iJU ..
MORTAR "2X My Neighbor :t C. CJNUMAN and NANCYL1NGMAN sorrel) filly. Alice Blue 29201. AGAINST SAID ESTATE Kissimmee
Parks Furniture Co. 7 his wife
I55 Worrell Stud colt Helen
LOANS STEEL (f WIRE MESH fLKASE TAKE NOTICE that a Trent 12-5J1. 1969 Nellie i Ton and -each .f >'.u are hereby Coo
For of You ---: BrfsUJl: notified andrequired to present Bonding
Prompt Repair suit has Men Instituted agatiut :you White Sox ie-m; ": stud claims which or either of
REFRIGERATOR.Phone in the above styled cause In the colt; Joe's Ribbon. 82S.; Red Chopper any, you ..
you nay have against estate fE. Hour Serrlce
entitled Court 24
above to foreclose a Gelding, app.. Due 3il gy, filly .
H. Brown also known as Horace
TI 6-217! days or mortgage recorded la Official Records app.. Kitty Bay. filly, app.. CarrIe E. Brown deceased late Of Osceola FRED KEI9ER :

AUTO t TI fr-8579 *i:hU 1 rt !1 p Ir records.uoor'u.of uaceoia page 279 the JftorKta public, o JJ-552 Nation; Ttpa. (8.523. Tip;Htcksv Jim's County Judge ,of Florida said Count, te at the his County office Ph., TI 7-0%% 311 Injnm St. .....

YiltJnY attesting the following described. Cup cake 7t-C4; Katchina. P 21S5.; in ,the Courthouse at Kissimmee.
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property: Sieve's Helena It-In Tusk Hog'.
Urn S3, 33. 14 and 35 In New ; Florida within eight calendar
The rustNat'IBank 195* stud. app.; Smarts Black Velvet months from the date of the first :.
t6'S. Eden on taw Lakes, Unit IS, according 22-C91. unnamed 159 Buckskin HAMMOND
STEVE'SRADIATOR P to the official plat ; publication of this :Notice. Bach
thereof, no recorded tae filly; Buck's Girl, 18-S09; unearned claim or demand must be in writing;
among 1939 Buckskin stud.; Miss A\ardUw ORGANSALESSERVICE
and. must state the place of residence
REPAIR records of Osceola :
puDItc Coun
o *5, 27-3)1: unnamed 1959 Brown fil. of the claimant and must be
ot Florida In Flat Book 1,
ty. :
KISSIMMEETRANSIT.MIX page 1 ; Miss thoroughbred S2S 70.; ,
Sales and Service ER 3 Kitty sworn to by the claimant bU agentor
\\elles. 2152. unnamed 195C
KissimmeeFederal attorney or the same will become '
We take off and install 10O ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Bay filly Jug's Lady Lou; unnamed void according to law LESSONS RENTALS :
Federal De.*alt hat OTtoM you file an antiwer or 1958! borrell lily Flaxy Tone David -
of A.D
This 30th day November
..... radiators other responsive pleading with the > they, ..
Iraaee C; Phone TI 6-6671 son's!: Steve Jones 25019; Jug's Ga- 1980.>>
Main St. TI 6-5041 Clerk! of the said1 Court Oil or before tor, bay stud, app.; Brown Jug -
922 JERRY LEE BROWN See the Hammond
he tlth day of January A.U. mi. :.
Trice. 281%; Blondie Trice dun ten. Executor of the Estate of
a decree pro contesao will be'entered reg.; Taffy Prescott, Palomino ten. H E. Brown, also known as On Display At
Gazette Gazette against you tor the relief de- Jaffa Shady Lady bay. ten. ::
Adrntixio Pays Advertising Pays reg.; Horace E. Brown, deceased.
maaded the
in Complaint herein.
filed -
reg.; 11 It Wa Maggie, sorrell mare GEHRETT APPLIANCE
STOVES REFRIGERATORS Tala notice war be ,published transfer Murray W. Overstreet Jr. w
once each week for lour consecutive WITNESS hand and official seal Attorney for Executor In Kissimmee :.
Used Help! Help! week.. my P.o. Box 492 Kisslmmee.! Fla.
this the 16th day of December 1360.
DONE< AND ORDERED at Klsslm- Dec. e. 15. %2. 29.
GREEN'S FUEL FURNITURESetvell mee Osceola County: Florida,, ibis Clerk GLENN of RAY Circuit CtourL Keller's Music Co. ::.
RIEDEL and day of December, libO. Osceola County, Florida XOTICR TO CREDITORS! I
d Thurmond /GLENN RAT By Marjorie R. Haye. tai the .f the Ceeaty Judge. GA S-OaOS Orlando
Employment Agency :..
rates mid Service Clerk of the Circuit! Court Ofieeola C.aaty Fiends'
1015 W. Church 17 (Seal) Deputy IN RE THE ESTATE-:: OF '
Phone TI 8-2171 TI 6-7141 Funeral Home ORLANDO 933 BRAN ST.SUNNILAND Phillip R..Kelley Dec.(Seal 22 RALI'H RIDDLE UANSELL. JRjDeceased.. .. .,-",
12 last! MonumentP.
KISSIMMEEFor ( 0. Box 3J1) I. The "Ire.1t Court *f To all Creditors Legatee. Distributees 1' ".....-
Gas Delivery, Phone 107 Emmett. St. Clsalmmee, )lortda J.4lelal Clrevlt .f Flvrlda. IB ... and all Persons having -
ATTORNEY FOR FLJUXTIFKDec. Claims or Demands against said
TI 6-8014 for o.w-I. Cvmrntf. I
Stroup '
George TRAVEL BUREAU 6. IS. 22. U. Estate:
R. D TU TI 6-6903 MORTGAGE KUHKILOSIKE You and each of you are hereby
CASE \o. Gltll ic7y.
R. A. Fletcher TI 6-5511 AMBULANCESERVICE ORMOND A. McABEE I\ TUB ciRCtrr: COIRT OP TUB THE BUILDERS MORTGAGE COR- notified and required to present any
Jiramie Jefferies ...." !\I NTH JtDllI l'INC.'liIT IV: AM! 1-01UVTION. claims which you. or either of you Iia Ii-

For TW Gas%.%%65 Service(St.,Cloud PhoneJ. ) .,a Air Bus Steamshp.p. l Tickets FOR TOM IV OSCKOLA CHANCERY: {'Ol" AO.TY FLORIDA MOT a Florida, corporation, Plaintiff.J ., late may Ralph of have Biddle Osceola against HanseU.County the Jr, ,.estate of Iiw'

B. Renntree% TI 6-7574: f'l1tif Tours and Cruises PLATT.1'lalntlff J C. FORT and GLORtA FORT his his the office County in Judge the Court of said House' County at Klssimmee. at-

Robert Allen TI 6-3084 30 E. Pine St, Orlando. Fla. CHerry 1-5321 J. C.Va.!1UCE. >LAMER wile; LLOYD his .L.-L"JIEH.and wife EVELYN }Florida within eight cal
I endar months front the date of the
Girourd TI 72061R. Defendant Defendant
Leo .
TI' 63201Carl first publication of this Notice. ,.,..
H. Han TW 2-6202.SLOoud Each demand be ..
Lanier claim or must In tA
NOTICE la Florida
hereby given that by State of : To; Lloyd .
or call H. T. Simmons, Jljr. ORDER NOW virtue of a final decree and order of and Evelyn Lanier his wife, whose writing and must state the place of .,
TIME TO FUEL OIL residence of the claimant and must
entered In the and
TI 6-27S1 W. Ricdel ale above Cause on residences addressare un -
be the his
sworn toby claimant
the Kth day of December. I860 I known.
j M. J. Stanko TI 6-2144 For Kerosene Call will on the .... R. Coy Conrad between the hours of ten o'clock and suit for mortgage foreclosure has become void according to law.
Thisthe 34th day of
twelve o'clock in the forenoon at the been filed against you In the above November I II
front door of the Court House of entitled cause affecting all of your 1960. l1. 411 v
Funeral Director Oaceola.eoIlDU'. Florida sell at public right, title and laterettt in and to /EDWARD BRINSON
of the '"
Executor Estate of "
BASS outcry to the highest and best the following described property !
Haasell .
Biddle Jr
i bidder for cash the following described Let 4. Block D of Bests Highland Ralph deceased {. v..
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property Courts Addition. Plat Book
AGRICO ZENITHSales The following described horses.owif 1, page 323 Public Records of Attorney Edward; Brlnson at Law -,.
Osceola Florida also -
: County
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A-A-C FUEL MEXICAN: 1 '-JT. old Brown General Electric Stove. Model KI..almJnee. Florida.Dec ltlr
6 %% 29.
OIL 15.
& Servicewe weight 850: 1 10.jr. old lay stock- No. 301S\\H. General Elecivlc .i ..
The Nation Leading Fertilizer Pure White Kerosene Ing feet weight 100. 1 4-yr. old Refrigerator: Model No. LB 10 .6 : ....
I .18% NORMAL PHOSPHATE Brown weight 800.; 1 5-yr old Sor- SC1; Coleman Space Heater IiIMIIMq4lI1-) .
eAA QUALITY GROUND give Burns Clean TI 7.2023 rell. weight 800; 1 8-yr old Hay, Model 870 on said property; :, MERRY CHRISTMAS! '."-..1'w...
weight =SK 0; 1 5-yr old strip face and that you are hereby required to ] w
PHOSPHATE ROCK TV STAMPS sorrel weight ISO. 1 7-yr. old hay, serve a copy or your answer or ...
let our Ranch and Grove Jack Bass, Distributor Amoco Products stocking feet weight 700; 1 3->r. oldorreil. other written defenses upon Carr, : AND A SAFE, HAP. /.'
weight I 65u.; Bay. Chiles &: Ellsworth plaintiffs at- ox
fertiliz- .
Spreader Service apply trip face, weight I loo.i; ,. old torney whose address is 132 South: : HEALTHY, PROS ..
f1\and. dolomite limeatoae. Bay. stocking feet, weight 900; 16yr. Kentucky Avenue Lakeland. Florida ,
A SEE Vlt NOW KUH JrIrZI old Worrell weight IIIH1< ; 7-yr on or before the 16th day of PEROUS NEW YEAR -
UCOUOMT: PRICES HEARING AID SERVICE old JJrown, weight *> 0.; 1 8-yr old January. 1981. and before or Immediately -
Blue Roan weight 850; 1 4-yr. old thereafter to file with the ,Joyous Christmas
sALES SERVICE 4 Brown, weight 750; 1 8-jr. old Bay Clerk ol the above styled Court theoriginal TO EVERYONE [, ,
Ranch and Grove mare weight 90V.' ; of said. answer or said written '.
and Supplies for all makes and models BUCK1NO HORSES ( yr old defense: .if any Eddie Clemons Greetings to All MAUTO'
Black, weight 1250.; 1 yra. old.weight If you fail to do so. decree pro :
Spreader Service 12UO.; 1 S-yr. lt Star confesses will be entered against TROPICAL PARK
Trained Consultant available .Tues- face. weight 1400; 1 6 yr. old Bay, rcrhf you for the relief demanded :
Factory trip face, weight' 1SOO, '->r. old ComplaInt.WITNESS REAL ESTATE WESTERNMe
KISSIMMEEFEED Sorrell, weight 1400.; 1 }r. old:Bay my hand and officialse
day in Kissimmee and Friday in St. Cloud .... blaze face, weight 1500; 1 4-yr. old /)I'M office at Klssimraee Osceola I !
STORE '" 1 0 Blue Roan stocking feet weight County, Florida this 9th day of December Get a FREE Christmas:
AJAX Pifu Ncl 200.; 1 I-rr. old Black, weight 1400; I960. 1 ..
PHONE TI 6-2821 Evenings By Appointment 1 6-yr. old Sorrell, weight 1400, 1 Glenn Ray Clerk of Circuit turkey with each lot.' -
7-yr. old Roan weight 1200; )1 6->'r, Court II! 1A4I"lII'&qII'A"4f'II ..
SUPPLYLowest 4 JEWELERSKISSIMMEE old ,Black weight 1400. 1 8-yr. old By /Ellanore O. lowers A4I\4!\ IIM___ .JI_ !,._"" :
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1131 West Church St. .

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Radio and ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Competitively Priced ; : -


PARKS Kissimmee St. Cloud Trailers and- Utility Trailers "C'/-; .

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"Where Quality Counts" Culvert Tile for Driveways i' a ;: pIHIIDOWN

W MONUMENT OFFICE PHONES: TI 6.2981- 7-2121 Septic Tanks-a size for every neeo $
Cement Work-280 Gallon Crease Traps

15 Years Experience.
THE K. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator -- - :.
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John E. Carro_ President John E. Carroll Jr.'.- $64 ". .; LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA -::

...As-4stant Cashier and PERFECT GIFT FOR
U. S. Chapman President I I >'
Florence N. Storr...Vice Pres. Installment Loan Officer MONTH ;. --.F :,

U. S. Chapman,,..r,. .Cashiet DiRECTORS THOSE AWAY FROM HOME &* \LROtT.LOTS
Lucile Squire __ sst. Cashier 0 ,* N.
Emma B. Quirk-Asst.Cashier Irlo Brow on John E.Cr.roll /.o.;! .. ,::'!
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Allen 'D., Carroll G.H.Prr tier Ellis F.Davis Special GAZETTE | c-'w_ ... s.- ... _', 0, .::3.1:!'
Assistant Cashier u.S.CEprttan' ILO.PartiaBfember 3 BEDROOMS : .c..... a cowl ...-. {..,: --, ;,,' 'A. '" ?

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. SUBSCRIPTION RATES TO "U-t'rn" ",,,",,41e .

Each Depositor Insured Up To 10.000, Balance.Kissimmee .- 00'

I o '* Friendly Bank I; SERVICE MEN: 1 yr. $100 f : ;; .......:= ,2 TILE BATHS ; ; : ;tJP.



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Page 6.\ The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday; December'22, I960BPWs era for many types of: work. The brand new typewriters. If so, I' has everything" friend have springs all lovely; and of all the

Children are allowed to spend three Garden Diggingsby would like to know the tree and you ever considered giving a Elegans (Chandler) A beautiful
hours! each dar-from four to seven my back yard would look l like a plant? Something like an azalea camellia garden with them.
Celebrate At ,o'dock-with their parents Inthph May I wish each of you a very
own home. Pat Duke typewriter heaven.At or a camellia. Those two plants can merry Christmas and thank you
These children are well disci- last the cold weather is descending be ,put out successfully at just for the interest that you have let
lined! ," M.vor ThffffT. who visited If there ever was a fancier that then I dug a flock of little upon us. The poor Poin- about any time of year and goodness me' know about in this rather peculiar
Yuletide ObservanceThe a Kibbutz explained. "Cul Christmas tree than those sold at ones! Needless to say, he tried to settia show the cold wind, if knows that they give enjoy- column. With all of your
ture means as much to these people the Garden Club Christmas Sale- help me do the digging and I nothing else does. All that I can ment when in bloom. May I re- garlanding etc, remember to put
and the average child education you name it. Never thought I'd spurned his lielp. After all his remarks say is just go out and cut what- commend these varieties: Dr. Dres- Christ first in the decorating for
lobby of the First Federal thank from I Theresa Eu l tiger include the Inowledpr. ofat live to see a Christmas tree with a all summer over my Sweet ever you want. Try dipping themin selhuys (red); Everestianum (rosy Christmas is the birthday of Him
Association least tour for "/n languages fluffy tulle petticoat billowing about potato vines growing all over the boiling water or wax just lilac); Lee's Dark Purple (purple); who has given to us the world
Savings and J/win seasonal decorations mm was read in which shb commeAedthe' ) Arabia. French, Hebrew.and EnrJsh. it for leaves but it is beau yard- can have the pleasure of take your choice. Frankly, I can :Mrs. C. E. Sargent (rose); Roseum with all its lovely odd natural life.
festive with for the Kissinv club fnr the recent d nation Even the vonnger ones speak tiful. Maybe that is some of our digging those things by myself. think of no more lovely decorationfor Elegans (rose). They are time
Wednesday night "f (over 2,000 used posk'8tamos English fluently. new governments look at these And now my back hurts, so either Christmas than the. Poinsettia, tested and hold up exceptionallywell Florida dairy herds In 1959 prf-
mee Business and fa b* nreceesed! and sold for the far reaching ne whorizons -billowing way you do it, there aint no jus Agree! in Florida that is the a- mil
Club Christmas Party. ( the Kibbutz doced 115,000,000 gallons of
St. Cloud Hospital Fund.
tulle Logical? Before
we know Spring shall be zalea.
wrapped gifts were piled Announcement made that Thacker said, "There are 252 Kibiutz. ,tice.Santa retailers sales during the
Gaily U. S.
." 60 The startling news of the century has arrived in this household upon, us and right now is a good You must include the Alba
each containing fromto
high beneath a laijre silver and the clnK' Retirement Hone frndIs the I dug ny sweet potatoes ,with a. brand new, most time to get our flower cataloguesand Plena (double white); Daikagura first six months of 1958 soared
120 members. Sneaking
it -blue Christmas tree when now 584. Plans were made for and got sweet Bill claims wonderful, and I thought most have fun
for culture of the country. I wis potatoes. looking wishing and (double rose-red); Debutantepink to a new all time high of $103-
members and guests gathered meeting of tV twelve truste..ewho that they are large thumb needed typewriter. It don't When in doubt .
planning. Don
which included much imnressed with the Symphony -' my grow over giving ( ); kelarii (variegated 200,000,000 8.3 per cent more
the evening's a report program on her,recent trip- members were bf recently the Retirement annotated Hone and Orchestra I beard, and can that is the real big ones and on trees, let me assure-- ---you- not a gift to "that harJ'to select Japonica) with one jillion off- than in the same period of 1958.Eating .

to Israel by Mayor Jess Thacker. Corporation' committee. W Kis- commend their lecture and con-
Dorothy Purdy presided at the immee, on Saturday. and Sunday. cert programs. In fact far from tSLS A/aaBfea!
business meeting. A note of Je.nury 7-&.. to formulate plans being an unhappy nation. as one
.., .., ... for financing the project It was might think due tat. political U"--
iIt t P t IJ t I"i
heavals during the several
decided that, following the ,"si- past
rr ness meeting on Saturday after years, I found Israel a very hap.
i noon, the out of town visitors will Cy:' nation. Their worst problemis L't
be priests of the local club for a reclaiming" the land and getting t
covered dUh suppers at the Retirement water to it." '
fTome site: Sybil Carte Other interesting facts Mayer
I was appointed chairman of a Jess told were of the scarcity of '
committee on arrangements and can due to the high price of ga Ha
she will be 8'Msted bv Truitt -75e per rallon; the majority of
I 5>chellnbersr, Eliza Dean, Rose Moslem believers over Christians
BoHroff and Rita J..urtP. -130,000 to 48,000: and the prevailing l l1j
Introduced bv Dorothy Purdy. 'greeting "Shalmo" (Peace) '
Jess Thacker told of the "chanr- which in spite of the enemy at it Quantity Rights Reserved Prices i Good Thru Deceember 24th 1
ingr, chaotic, mosaic country of border, "means everything to "
IsraeL" She described the systemof them." ALL STORES CLOSED DECEMBER 25th & 26th
communal living known' as .Kibbutz Illustrating her talk Mayor
Jess displayed a candle brought '
which was started? 50 year '.
all'o. and which united the people back paintings from Jerusalem, Hebrew, two beautiful Bible., ri YOUR CHOICE Limit one with a $5.00 or more Food Order
into Txw>lin r" their resources. a
Tn this' system the. children are and presented thosepresent with I
raiser] in dormitories by competent clever Christmas cards decorated
teachers,.thus releasjnz.the'moth- with pressed flowers from the I MAXWELL
Holy Land. HOUSE
L Announcement was' made at the ,
rG CHILDREN'S'WEAR meeting that Mrs.'George Elkinsof I
Dellwood Park, had won the ;
beautiful "Miss BPW" doll, and -
Birth through. Sub Teens Avis Grifffen held lucky bid for ,
1.f. cz' ASTOR S S&S SS
v the Tupperware bowl in the Chin- .
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us tau lam after which refreshments were l-Lb. co

Peace on Earth... wren.N.r.erq areeraU.m F.rattar. served by the hostesses, Sybil COFFEE
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i LARGE LOTS $10 DOWN -: ernoon.Mary They Johnson are, :president; Mari

; $7 MONTH $595 TOTAL lyn Mathay Luellen, secretary, vice ;president Margaret; Judy Al- 1 Lb. Can :
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treasurer; Iall> Luellen, 1 Limit 1 with S9 f
song leader;; Della McWilhams, ri
|: High dry restricted. No one else in this reporter;;. Eunice Hilsiger council Food Order more !

close in fast growing? built-up locality offers delegate torian. ; and Bobbie Luellen his- I.

good lots at these and ij
terms prices The group also named a committee
: values. Lots are selling fast. to plan for a float in the Minot Strained Green .

: GET A FREE TURKEY FOR CHRISTMAS this forthcoming, they named* rodeo Eunice parade.Hilsiger On Cranberry Sauce 2 a a 25<* Giant i Peas 2 C3n3s 39( .

| WITH EACH LOT. 3 MORE DAYS. chairman; Della JIanIyn Luell-n cochairman -
; McWilliams and -
Cannon Sunshine Pickled _

; TROPICAL PARK REAL ESTATE Peggy, save,Gooley.To nutrients. vegetables Asparagus' 3 NC. 21 $1 00 Peaches 3 No.Cans 2V'2 .$.]I 00

I OPEN ANYTIME' -. Eddie demons should be cooked "done" and no *.*
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M *, OMla Cmmmtf, KUrlda Kissimmee.Florida, Thursday, December 29, 1960 rr..e TtUrm2t Prie Ten Cents
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m! KISSIMMEE'S SANTAS Jane Lea ConnollyIs Tupperware IN TRAININGRecruit $250 Iji Gifts

Kissimmee certainly isn't lacking in Santa Claus' for this year a OfficialsTo
group Medicated men worked to collect and fix toys to be given to
local needy children. Through their unselfish efforts 159 baskets of toys Accident VictimMiss Make Cash Await The
and clothes were delivered on Christmas Eve and Christmas morningto Trip .

white and colored children in the area . then, too.the Kiwanis Jane Lea Connolly 16-e'", -
Club,with the cooperation of ether civic organizations delivered basketsof Sailing for the Caribbean aboard
year-old Osceola High School junior '
food to 72 families, whicb included 201 children. These men workedon was killed at 12:30 turn last ACCIDENT VICTIM the M /S Bianca C, January 4, will First Babv Of 1961
this project until after II p.m. Christmas Eve and were out again on Thursday when the car she was be local Tupperware officials and)
their rounds early Christmas morning.. driving was struck headon by another staff members. The Bianca C, is aj j .,.
-K 20,000 ton luxury liner with cruise!' The lucky parents of KissimJI1ee' -
driven by S/Sgt; Lawrence .(
accomodations for 575. first baby of 1961 will be
Hubert Dowd, 26, a serviceman e"
',PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULED from McCoy Air Force Base,on Orange The 23-knot vessel will cruise presented about SO gifts including
,.. i > eight days through Caribbean waters .t $85.00 in cash and gift certificates.The .
Senator Irlo Bronson and Rep. J. J. Griffin; Jr... preparing for the Blossom Trail just north of t ,,touching port at The Bahamas, Kissimmee merchants are the a.
next session of the legislature, have scheduled a public hearing with here. r donors of
-' Puerto Rico, Haiti and St Thomas. the presents and for the
Her mother Jane wife Osce
regard; to local legislation effecting Osceola County on Monday, January fifth
Scheduled to make the trip are year they are making pos-
9 at 10 a-Q. in the court chambers at the county courthouse. ola County Prosecuting Attorneyand
Mr. and sible this contest the
Mrs. Hamer Wilson, Mr sponsored by
Kissimmee City Attorney Phil-
Letters inviting county commissioners, attorneys city commissioner -
and Mrs. Gary McDonald, Mr. and Gazette. .
lip R. Kelley is being treated at
of Klokimmtf and St. Cloud and chamber of commerce
representatives from both communities have been mailed and anyone Orange Memorial Hospital in Or- Mrs. Don Hinton Mr. and Mrs. Winners of previous years were;
else i interested In a local bill is extended an invitation. lando where officials said her con John Mortland, Mr. and Mrs. 1957 Kenneth L. Norris son of
It is imperative that local legislation be introduced in Tallahassee dition was criticaL She is a member Glenn Bump, Mr and Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norris; 1958
proper to the regular session in April, 1961. of the Elementary School fac McCall, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bart- Debra Lyn Barrett, daughter of
*. *. lett, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Barrett; 1959
ulty.Mrs.. KejUy, the only other passenger Mr. and Mrs. Dave Serafine. Mr. Randolph Howard son Charles David Williams, son of Mr.
A REAL CHESTER IN DODGEThere's in the car, suffered severe and Mrs. Tony Ponticelli, Mr. ani of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Howard and Mrs. Henry Williams;; 1960 .
lacerations of the face head injuries Mrs. Diet Whitner, Mr. and Mrs. Route 2, Kissimmee, is presently Mac Kersey son of Mr. and Mrs.
a real Chester doing business now in Dodge 'City, broken ribs, a broken arm and A Don Donnelly and Mrs. Vita Gould assigned to Company C, 13thBattallion. James Kersey. I
..'Kansas.. both kneecaps broken. and other members of the staff. 5th Training.. Regi Rules of the contest state that ,
But it is not Chester of TVs "Gunsmoke" program. Dowd was treated at Kis- .ment of the UJS. Army Training the exact time of the baby's birth.
'\ He is Chester L. Harris, owner of Dodge City's new Dodge simmee Hospital where his condi Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wheeler Center, Infantry at Fort Jacki must be verified by the baby's doctor DON DOWNES

dealership. tion is also described as critical.He spent Christmas Day. at tJaines- son, S.C.. where he is undergoing as well as the place, weight, *
,"- The only problem with a Dodge dealership in Dodge City is that sustained a brain injury lacer villa with their daughter and son "'tight weeks of Basic Combat 'sex and name of the baby. This Don Downes Joins '
both are in Ford County,'Kansas. ,>.' ations and a broken pelvis. MISS- JANE LEA CONNOLLY' in law, the Barn1 art.. Training. information along with the name '
*: t' State Highway Patrolman Ed * -- and address of the parents must Smith's Marine Staff

Pennington, who investigated the Rev. John Briley, pastor of the 1 be submitted to the Gazette for
THEATRE SEASON STARTS accident, said Dowd had ,just pull- First.Methodist Church officiating. judging. The parents of the win. Wallace Smith, Jr. of S, 1ith's
ed out dram cocktail lounge on Casketbearers as selected frorq Outboard .Races Set ner must be white residents of Marine this week announced the
The theatre season, an central Floridians know it. will get the highway, heading forth, when schoolmates! were Ken Murphy, .. Kisiimmee, Florida and this includes appointment of Don Downes of
underway shortly at Orlando's Municipal Auditorium. Roger Wil he crashed into the Ko'!'ay Orlando as salesman with his firm.
: car en- Frank ruler, Phil Flater, Fred the
llama the popular young pianist and, will appear at route from Orlando.He Dyer Bobby Lee and Myron Carter Shingle Creek Boggy Downes has been in the marine
the auditorium' on Saturday, January' 7. then on Friday, January 20, said both cars were Completely .. : For January 7th Creek and Campbell Station areas. business for several years.
Judges for this
Jose Gr'and his troupe of colorful: Spanish dancers will be pre- ? year's contest in electron
.- .laented-CarJoB 'anted fllnearo I demolished. ; Interment followed in Osceola arej. Mrs. P. K. Weaver, Glenn Rayclerk spent two years
; Montoya guitarist will be .the ;
at cL.a States
., ,-Fwwalsarv'IC .,.J4t..JanQ Memory' Gardens.Grisaom Funen.tHome iJ.h of auditorium on, March 11. head at 10:30 .v'eportd'a- richest- pleasure the exception the 80( horsepower + and=his fat make
were sun Tuesday was in charge of arrangements end( John At"1J BSltyT i of .pop Jfcge*
*, I from the Grissom Chapel, with the craft outboard raca will be run bracket. In this class Robert First Methodist Church' and actor Jim- their nome in Orlando where they
January 7 at. Lake Tohopekaligahere members of the Methodist
Switzer of Crystal Lake Illinois, mie, Cox, pastor of First Christian are .

Final Rites Held Mr. and Mrs. Cazier Power'sanctioned Boat the American Prizes holds the existing record of 73.4 Church., Gifts for the first baby offered Church..

totaling over $8,000 the meat m.pJi. set September 12 on Lake Sets RecordIn
to date include: $5.00 gift certificates City
ever awarded in an 'outboard race Chicama.uga, Tennessee.
have been announced by the said from all from the following: Mary! Electric SalesA
For George BronsonGeorge Win Lighting Contest Banks boaters Carter Paint Store Roberson's
sponsoring Tohopekaliga Yacht parts of the country had already sales
Club. Rexall Drugs, Ingram's. Broadway new record in electric
_ entered the Grand National Marathon
First place in. the city sponsored ginia Beauchamp, Greenbelt, Maryland -' Pharmacy, Kissimmee Shoe Center was set by the Kissimmee Utility
C. Bronson, 81, one of church work he was superintendent I Christmas Home Lighting contestwas visiting here for the holidays, For the first time, also world and kilometer time trials and Hunt Bros. Cash gifts of $5.00 Department on December 13, Roy
records in five A.P.B.A. which to attract more
pleasure are expected
Florida's each from Smith's Marine, Autrey of the
most prominent Hansell superintendent
of the Shingle Creek, Metho- awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Dick acted as judges.
boat classes Will be established in pleasure boat drivers thaneven
cattlemen, founder of the George Motor Co, W. Paul Riggs, Smitty'sAmoco department! disclosed yesterday.The .
(X. Bronson & Son Cattle Co., and dist Church Sunday School for 20 Cazier, 2514'' Be-umont Avenue, There were several more homes' kilometer time trials the follow the famed Mississippi River Mara ; .Kissimmee Stationers, new record was 4.850 kilowatts -
i Kissimmee Highlands, as judging Entered in this year's contest than ing day, January 8. thon held each Labor ,Day week
father of State Sen. Irlo Bronson, years and was chairman of the, Shore's Men's Wear, Riedel Fun- per hour. It was set between
died of a heart attack here Satur. official board of the'! First Methodist took plate Thursday night last year. Also several homes that The First Grand National pleasure end.The eral Home, Wells Moon, distributor 6 and 7 p m. December 13. The
day 'night. 12 Second mace went in Mr. and might have been considered had Boat 6-Hour Marathon will be events during the three for T.' G. Lee, Norris Cleaners and old record, set a year ago was
Kissimmee for
A native and life-long residentof Church "of Mrs. "Bus"' Quirk;, 705 Canterb'uryLane to be turned down because of their run at 10:00: January 7, overa racing days at Lake Tohopekaligaare W. O. Taylor;' 4,550 kilowatts per hour, Hansell
Osceola County he 'made his years.* wife ; 3rd place to Mr. and Mrs. .i entry after the Monday deadline.It 3-mile course. Claude Banks race : $5.00 in self-service laundry said. .
his .
home at 117 Sproule Ave. Kis Other suvjvors include Tony MonelU 622 Cartsrburv Lane is important that in another chairman announced that prizes 10:00 ajn. January 6 QualifyingTime from Detwiler's Laundromat; four
' simmee. Mrs. Viannah Overstreet Bron- and 4th mace to Mr. and Mrs. year: entries be made well in advance with a total value of over $8,000 Trials. Awards each class. piece Baby Welcome Set from
Very active and devoted to son; sister, Mrs. Emma Barton Hinson Wilder, 20T South Vernon : -c.t'the deadline. will be awarded class winners 10:00: a.m. January 7, Grand National Tupperware Home Parties Inc.; First Federal To
Orlando; two grandchildren, Mrs. Avenue. Contest prizes that have been on Boats which conform to American Pleasure Boat 6 Hour Mara- polyethelene Nursery Set from Pay Intangible TaxesThe

Movie Menu Frank Kelley and Irlo Bronson Honorable mention for outstandingly display at city hall will be awarded Power Boat Association Pleas thon. Prizes totaling $8,000. Su'Wan'Nee Sales; ease of IGA First Federal Savings and
__ Jr.all, and three gheat grandchildren, decorated: homes went to Mr. this week. The CazUrs will receive ure Boat rules will run in 6 clas- : 10:00 ajn. January 8 Kilometer milk from Betty Jane's IGA SuperMarket Loan Assn. of Kissimmee is paying
of KissimmeeFuneral the Sunbeam Mix-Master ses 40, 50, 60, 70, 80 and unlimited Runs for American Power Boat
'KISIIHMEF. DRITK IC!' lervices. held at end Mrs. Tom Jones 162ft Doris ; ; case of baby food from the intangible taxes on Say-
were Street Orange Gardens. "Mr. and first prize. horsepower either single or Association Records. Awards each Rolls Market; case: of jelly from accounts for depositors, it
2:36 ings
$... M.*.. T> .. Ja. -:-! : PJH. Saturday from the First
-"!SIDDKM.V LAST SI MMKK" Methodist Church, with the Rev. Mrs. J. Bordelon, 1402 Verona The Quirks will be presented the motor installation. These are !I class. Esper Products Deluxe; two dinners was announced yesterday.
-\O C.rt\D _L'. P" John Briley and the Rev. WilliamG. Street, Mr. and Mrs. Joseoh Mc- Sunbeam Electric blanket, ,the the classes in which the drivers 'Further information can be ob- each from ,Freezette Drive This means that those with
Wed. Than.. Jar 4-5 Cofield officiating. Active eas- Williams, 212. Milton Avenue. Monells a Philco table radio ana will establish' the first A.P.BA. tained from Claude Banks., P.O. In Phil & Nez Drive In and Snyder savings in the institution need
")IOI'':\TAI\ H04DSKMIXOLK" ketbearers were Messrs. Walter Kissimvee Highlands, and the Mel the Waders a Sunbeam Steam and world records on January 8 withJimmie's Box 111 Kissimmee. Dutch Kitchen; $3.50 in shoe not report them to the state.

C.rt_BFH Bass W. E. Pound, Fred Conard. Littlefields, 505 Canterbury Lane. DrY Iron. ---- repair from Ofstein's Shoe Repair;
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n' Rat.'MDO M>\'.-:TM Eb M. Jones, Henry Simmons and Judging was based on originality The }judges highly recommendthat baby sitter service from Credit Broadway Tournament
OO QMS FOOT I* HKLL. William Trump. Honorary were theme, and tOID Osition. Mr. and the citizens of Kissimmee and HideAWayWas Bureau of Kissimmee St. Cloud;
Crrt..rTEMPERATURES Judge W. T. Harvey. Joel Yates, Mrs. Maurice Walters winter residents surrounding: area drive around and diaper suit from Goold's Dept. Underway HereThe
and the members of the Official o? Kisdmroee from Grand view the contest homes during the Store; baby's bathtub Trom Evan's second round of the Broad
Board of the First Methodist Rapids Michigan and Mrs. Yir- Holiday Season. Week Hardware; way Pharmacy tournament at Os-
Church. Interment followed in Rose Sold Nursery birds mnbile from Jo- ceola Golf and Country Cluh is

DATE H L R Hill Cemetery. Grissom Funeral Mar Shop; two vanity lamps from under way and golf pro George
Wed-DK.21; ___. U SS ,..75Thar Home x was in charge of arrange- Tests ,Made In County Jimmie's Hide-Away, a tavern phone Corp. $3,000. Kissimmee Furniture; pair of baby Chappel announced the following

Dee. 22 _____ 56 31 __ ments. and package store near St. Cloud, Edwin N. Gardiner to Louise shoes from Herzfcerg; diaper results and matched yet to be

F'rL. Dee. 23 -_.-... S1 '33 -- Of Work Done Cone has been sold for about $40.000, Carl St. Cloud, $6,000. cover and liner from Persons played:
Sat, Dee 24 ".'_h' S8 3S __ Mr. and Mrs., W. L. Westiwook By tax stamps on documents filed Inc.; baby blanket from Davis In the first flight Bill Bulmer

. I Sun. Dec. n ........ 60 U ..,.. Lauri and'Robin-, spent Christmashere with County Clerk Glenn Ray in- Agency; fresh flowers and vase defeated Travis Akin. Larry Har-
Sloe, Dec. 26 ..._._ 63 33 eo,.' with his mother, Mrs. Bertha State and federal inspection ef A Seated discussion showed that dicate. Needy Gel from Ellie Hugh's Florist; $2.00 relson beat Art Scalli, Bob Eby
Tae. Dec 27 _"_on 72 3S .... Westbrook. They are currently Interstate Hwy, 4. began last weekin I there was no "white-wash", in i J. W.: and Anne Cowart' sold cash' from Anderson's Garage; defeated Dr. M. L. Jewell; and in.
living at Key Biscayne. Osceola County to determine the making and the order for a the business to Mr. and Mrs. William Baskets Of baby blanket and diaper bag from the second flight, Claude Yates
I Parks Furniture; sterling silver Ed Phay and. Lyn Lupo
h whether Cone Bro, ContractingCo. Wood. The deed on the prop- won over
followed specifications.While : !new survey showed the contractor ertf indicates a selling price of dumbell rattler from Benton's defeated Mike Stanko.To .
--'r- the inspection work.was I was getting fair treatment The $20,000, and a bill of sale cover- Toys FoodAlmost Jewelry; wooden cradle planter be played in the first flight
being done bv 'State Road Dent. I test and discussion lasted I about ing furniture, fixtures, inventors, from Osceola Hardware; electric is the match between Dan John
employees, William Rverson. district two hours, with Little maintain the name, and license seta a selling .all civic and religious bottle warmer from Childers Electric IOn and Phil Phillips. Matches
engineer for the U. S. Public I ing his stake, which they found price of $19,900. organizations hero joined to- :;: silver baby cup from Partin scheduled for the second flight
Roads Bureau, was present to.!fn the ground,'had been put therein Other real estate transactions gether to make Christmas a happy Jewelers; shampoo set and facial include Lea Tarcai vs. Riley Miles
see how the-teats were conducted i proper relation to a "tack,line" recorded in Ray's office included: holiday for nearly 100 needy fam- from Mar-Lo Beauty Salon; shampoo Haley Duke against Art Higbie.
and to o'bservethe findings. the san engineers had run. Myrtle Fox to Irby C. Pullias style and set from The Charm
The group of inspectors began I The testa include density of and wife. $8.000. ilies.Spearbeaded} by the Kiwanis Beauty Salon; two chicken dinners Masons To Hold

work about a mile W scf the base, thickness of paving, width Irby C. Pullias and wife to Club, the Christmas basket ,pro- from Mrs. Mac's Restaurant anda
Hwy. 530 interchange, not far of road location of road and Myrtle Fox, 3500. gram is actually a community- calendar bank from Art Scalli, Public InstallationOrange
from the ,Polk County line. 'I elevation. SampleS' of the base i I'' Lloyd E. Smith Homes Inc. to wide affair under the leadershipof New York Life agent. Blossom Lodge No. 80

Because they were only begin and paving were being sent to a I Robert A. Lucas, Winter Park Ed Grissom. Jr. F A A M will hold public instal-
it1ra1SCOUTS ning, they could not tell whetherspecifications : laboratory for analysis. I $4,500. Grissom lias reported that with Yacht Club To Hold lation at its regular meeting on
had been met. However I Others ''participating in the inspection I Osborne G. Yocng and wife gifts from a number of commercial Monday night, January 2, at 8
H. C. Weathers, head of the i proceedings were Pat r Raymond Robinson St. Cloud, food firms along with food New Year's Eve DanceThe p.m. in the Masonic Temple at
state testing laboratory for .the McCormick. Gainesville.-SRD laboratory i purchased with funds given by Tohopekaliga Yacht Club Dakin and Sun Street
SRD said he hoped iu have this I technician; C. W Fielding I$500.H. L. Godwin and wife to C. R. various civic clubs and churches, will have their annual New Year's The following officers will be
section of the rose cheeked in Tallahassee SRD construction engineer Holmes and wife, St. Clout, $900. the needy were far from hungry. Eve Dance Saturday night at the installed: Thomas r:. Lee, worshipful -
about eight days. I ; Charles Sylvester! Orlando Irving Olsen and wife to Paul Toys were taken care .f by the American Legion Home from 9 master; Harris G. Daniel
Going was slow yesterday be- ,. project engineer: and Willard G. Krotta and wife, $17,300. various civic clubs and the Boy !>jn. until 1 a.m. v senior warden; Coy Conrad junior
cause inspectors found that the R. MacAUaster Orlando, project Haricy S. York to Herbert H. Scouts of Troop 291. The dance will W aeml- ormal warden; Uly S. Chapman, treasurer
road at one point was six inches inspector. Ashore and wife S. Cloud $300. The baskets 'were assembledand and music win be furnished by ; Charles L. Koehl, secretary,
off from 'where it was supposed to Paul YoweH *.a wife to R. J5. were delivered by members of the "Neptune" and also all appointive officers.
be. George' Amos, son of Dr. and Penis and wife, Maitland $14jOOd the Key Club during the afternoon Tickets may be obtained from The public is invited to attend.
EARN EAGLE AWARDS Three Kissimmee Scoots "That might bYe been an engineering Mrs. H. P. Amos, is touring Washington Bios Steel Tool Corp. to E. S. Christmas Eve. Clara Banks, Ann Lawrence, Marie
were awarded the Eagle rank at ceremonies held last Monday night error." Weathers said. and New York during, the Croft and Addle L. Croft Orlando, Riggs or Wells Moon. Fred Maple[ returned last week
at the Elks Lodge. Shown above with their parents they are left to A new survey has been orderedto holidays. H* hopes to set tome $600. Mr. and Mrs. Robert CroweD front Rushville, Indiana to spend
right Mrs. Glenn Hartley. Ronald Hartley Glean Hartley Bob check it vatRepresenting plays and.dramas that t be is teaching Esther Spots to Aaron Galloway and son Johnny of Dayton, Ten The Wallace Phillips familyrisfted the winter in KI faimee. He has
Cody, Scout official. Mrs.: and 51 r. A. H.Marshall. Marcos Marshall the extractor at In English Uterature at Arkansas and wife St Cloud $100. nessee spent the with Mr. and Mrs.Gene;Hetherhjgton been a regular winter resident
Robert Allen aDd Bob Allen. (Photo by'Cooper) the tests was Walter G. Little, State Teachers' College "J dae E. 'Kelly to' Florida Tele- the Henry' Simmons. here this week.' sinceI 1954.

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Pigs 3 Tfctf' 'I XiMhnm rG*>*tt* Thursday" DeeeaLsr'S>, 1S60 young people thsy ,
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his friends."I Handle NEW FALL WEIGHT

Local Youth Placed hope yon' ,
into this court," ; BLENRON'SUITS
I the tall youth. "If Cases
tailored by Palm Beach Co.
line, the court will
On Probation ; ONLY $55.00
on you." '/ with failure to have his -
The boy asked hicle under control. Damage a- SHORE'S MEN'S WEAR
could to to $100.
An 18-year-old;, boy, who admitted The judge wanted the 18-year- move
with relatives to : In third accident, driven
that his friends have betn'.ou old youth Henry Bruce Sullivan, a a car
his Ronald Robert Aldrich, 18, of
the wild side," was placed! ;on tJrreeyean' that be was traveling in bad com present
turned this down collided with driv
probation by Gjrctiit Judge pany. Judge Barker ordered Sullivan one
around temptation by Ann Whitcwolf, 38 Kissim
Roger A. Barker here yesterday. te stay away from his former
things he was Damage .amounted to $50.
Kis ease was ane of three criminal companions. suggested Sullivan .
learn. 'e was no arrest
matters br&cjjat before the try td make new friends and advis-
I In another case ?4'.odO' Arredondo, 21, of Ft
judge by State Atty. Arthur L. ed him that if he would try to be : 1
Steed. friends with the right kind ofHERE ker, 25,was : 1mg. Ga., was involved in an
at hard labor for i accident with Georgian Re-
ous items I. Williams,' 19, Taft, at Palm-
I lection from and Magnolia Sts. He was
; IS YOUR Walker told the I with tailing to yield right-
released from Damage amounted to $300.
I J ONE STOP about four months Police were investigating a hit
Another larceny and run accident 'i in which $150
Marion David : damage was done to a car driven :
: I SERVICE STATION Tuesday received! I by Mary Hayes Moore 38, Kissim-
!hi county court : She was driving on Robinson -
f. WASH LUBE.BRAKES Judge Barker St. when struck. cAoyou* Season to all!
tence investigation
WHEELS ALIGNED jt: "" tIiIr''IiIIII tt"" ''flap tialllWIP'*tar tar tir
who is wanted in
iuu mtit I
z to face larceny I -
batteries Newman and told tools the : SALES FORD SERVICE
"out of a job had a t.
: take care of, saw
M.AIK and VINE ST. Phone.71 6-5842 out, and turned to

Mr. and Mrs
children, Cliff
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.1 Pontiac trims side Racing Nightly except Sunday) Post Time 8:10'

Matinees Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 2 p.m... .
:t former Governor John W. Marvelous Club House New Negro Grandstand
-: ... ..give yoU a new ; 372,480 acres, and is located
,rr.! ". ..Each year many visi Sorry! No Minors!-Jack Ledonx,Mgr. ; .
't... V"*'" : : resort f facifitfes. Commercial Track 8 mi. South of Sanford cm H"78.11-94 :

Notice: ;that the if eJ.nnea of f the body Clearance between steering 1 I of the economy,._however, Torn West at the Red Arrow '. __!i.
are ; osef than evr to .trade width, aeai.ta; 12. cent winter vegetables are .
per more
.' W.'fe., rilutne4 side\ ovsrfang Every Doors are wider, sWing open !! ,.beans, tomatoes, cabbages, To those of you who are not its general manager, Yr. ,ask
Ledoux.To this track
andcucumbers. tharof alt the received keep opening -
say money
Inch' \,and of this 'tat Pontiac
ounce Mote 'balanC in .m.t )ff.. familiar with race tracks, let me smoothly, requires hard work
tratrels With stealer f tin. crops.
.- ... fortable inside. That's the I and thronghout Florida, from betting, the track retains only and careful planning yet only lo
' .: 'fI.e.! charge to l also noticeable; inside. way to travel. And there's work constantly 10 per cent. Out .f'this small percentage per cent goes for aH. these eaxpens-'
."i. WVvf bic'eased seat height and snowed pb-r to try it. .In a '61 : :; Foundation order- must eomCaD np-keep and es. ,',;;}' u
ale under pleasant, fi'
!more. headroom. ,'tegroom-and footroom. & __i.dmg. drive soon. npeasei: improvements'printing; Those whow in get 83 per eent of
t E ; strict law enforcement serves .
,?': :, -' lighting, racing' purses and all the : from
the* the remainder (
.. Foundation gross -
of Slorida. the *
PONTIAC salaries for the track's ever 100
81 T'S. ALL '
;... Armed Forces. law en employees including- the courteous all the tracks) runs into millwns"
; _'" .- .. ciaIl. each and thU goes to t
: :! and able men who direct the year eState
the therestroams
.. parking; matrons who keep of Florida, mainly for State
.t': '. '- spotless fact and efficient welfare and scholarship funds.Seen {
... y' ._;ROONiY. PONTIAC : : S% VnUfd Stte*. Bj ticket tefiers and cashiers, in this light, 1 betting die
.. ; : -.. ." : j. L F..u. all tha friendly; and pleasant track on st'useful aspect when lit .
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( ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED :Jennie Button G ouHad ENGAGEMENT TOLD -- First B'aptist.Churcn I The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, December 29, 1960 t Page 3-

'Christmas Features Student Night Church Of Nazarene .Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brooks of

y /, 4 0e; y The Jennie Hntton Circle Student Night will feature the Charleston, S. C. were holiday
Plans Special i ,ServiceThe I guests of the -E. 0. Johnson on -
the First
the Kissuamee Pr services Sunday at Baptist _
Church met on Tuesday, Charch it was announced yes- Church of the Nazarene Vine Street.
13, at the home of Mrs. D. terday by the pastor, Dr. H. P. will hold a special communion
Autrey, for their annual Amos. service on New Year's Eveningat
mas party with Mrs. Autrey Students home for the holidayswill 7:30.
.. ;. '''- Mrs. William* Grigsby, hostesses. participate sharing theircampus The service will be held for
_' I Mrs Autrey, program & experiences. The program Christians of all faiths who haveno
;:: 'l. had Christmas will be under the direction of John
yA Ty prepared a church home, as well as for
of musie and readings. The Milton Bovis. the regular members of the
f sang carols, and Mrs. "xG The pastor will preach at the church.
A Bond sang "0, Holy Night," morning hour. Sunday school begins The pastor, Rev. Fred Toms, .
% t F'.v Mrs. Autrey at the piano. at 9:45: sun. The Training will l be speaking at both morningand b.n
t>' .... Gill' Brooks read a tory "B. jd Union will meet for the monthly evening services and special
e* .q( Dawning. 1. d assembly at 6:15 pjn. music will be presented at both F
... Mrs. Maurice Grigsby had : < Open house will i>e observed at services. Mary Boling will sing a
: .. devotions and reviewed the ,.. the paitorium-at at 319 Palmway bass solo at the communion serv
chapter of the study book. T 1- Sunday afternoon from three ,to
The circle had thirty
: six. Members and friends, are Nazarenes will continue the
and six guests present at : Fir i t"
invited according to Mrs. Amos "Evangelism s Campaign
+ '.::/: meeting. Mrs. Claude who made the announcement: a through the next' tnree years and + ;
K' M14 4t circle chairman, gave gifts to : slo-
few days ago.Shingle they will be emphasizing the
officers and a'gift to each :'j -WI
; ; gan "Thy Christ's Way" in all the
present at the meeting. Mrs. E. :
'k. .; departments of the church. h e
,. Johnson then presented Mrs. Creek Church The unchurched and the tour-

1c plant singer, in with appreciation a beautiful of her : Schedule AnnouncedThe ists are invited to attend all serv-
: ::' during the year.
mod, : {, The Aatrey home was sacrament of Holy Communion
T4 t ;1 : ; decorated for the Christmas will be observed at the Freewill Baptist
; ..: : ; > -: : son, and delicious morning service next Sunday at
f -, 't" -:; t-" \4. ..\.1 .'.)(',.''''..!.'f:....... .,> .i. ... '\" .... > were served front a Shingle Creek Methodist Church.: .. Church Schedule Told
,, .. ', .. : ."r: .. ,.' pastor Hanks
'. #., ;. .: \ .:. -- ; .. appointed table, by the announces Services at the Freewill Baptist
,:.:''S"' ,;..,:,..-t; ,,: ," :7".fr"f"i',..: <. ,'-.,....,...' ..'"._( .'..i:;;."'_; ':". '''J, ., Mrs. Autrey and Mrs. Grigsby. hK' a new series of messages Church will begin. Sunday with
." T"t. the "
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The January meeting will. Sunday School at 10 a.m. Morning
.... si'y.: :, : ,:;;t. > (, held at the home of Mrs.J. sage for Today," through the worship follows at 11 a.m. .
,,t ,../, -" 1r. > > '> '. ,,."\, -... .f Hildebrand, the new chairman," month of January.The The evening service is held at 7. -
MISS LORNA JEAN BROOKS press Shores, on Tuesday w'..,N q 1 Sunday School will conveneat p.n. Prayer meeting is held each AL and PETE I'
ary 10, 1960 at 2:30 p.m. 3.30 and be followed at 10:20 Wednesday at 7:30,with Rev.T. M. .
by the worship service. Evening :L'cott.! as pastor., .
BrooksHagstromEngagement CYNTHIA JEAN FRYBERGER services will be as usual, with A special service will be held .- I
Woman's Club .$o Youth Fellowship at 6 p.m. and New Year's Eve, A "Watch", beginning
Fryberger Engagement. Told the regular service at 7 o'clock. at 7:30. All are welcome. .o! .......ft" :.6 ""' '''' '6..
Told. Meet January 3rdThe ..
Marie Fryberger tending Jones Business College at
Kissimmee Woman's engagement of her Orlando.Mr. ,
January meeting will be Jean Fryberger, Hernandez has made his OPEN LETTER TO THE CHURCHES
Mr. and Mrs. I. Clary Brooks of Delta Pi social sorority, Sigma Tau the 3rd., 3 pan. at Hart I Hernandez of home here with Mr. and Mrs. Jack -
Kissimmee announce the engagement Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Gamma Library. : Marshall for the past few years.
and approaching marriage of Mu, and Cap and Gown honorary Mrs. Kenton urges all r is a graduate He alsi is attending Jones Business Liquor would be no problem were it not for the Church people. The
their daughter, Lorna Jean, to fraternities, and SecretaryTreasurer to attend as an interesting School and is et- College.Mr. Church people could do with it almost anything they chose. It may have be-
Morris Albin HAgstrom. Mr. *"
Hagitrom is the son of Mr. and of the Senior Class. Friendly gram has Cup been and You.planned" come a truism but that is because it is so true- these pungent words: "The
Mrs. Raiford G. Hagstrom. Sr., of Mr. Hagstrom, is a graduate of To and Mrs. Julian McGowanof Liquor industry would destroy the Church, if it could. The Church could
1!ersan and grandson of Albin Pierson High School, Pierson, and Past Noble GrandsTo y Osterberg Galesburg, Illinois, spent the destroy the liquor traffic, if it would."
. Higstrvm of Pierson and Mrs. L. Florida Southern College where he holidays here with their aunt and ,
W. Hagstrom of Deland. was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha Meet ThursdayThe William I* Bron- uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dun What a power the Churches of Christendom could be if all of them, ,.
The bride-elect graduated fromOsceola social 'fraternity. He is a memberof Past Noble Grands Club Meade announce the Also Dunsmoresover
nfore. visiting the throwing off the yokes of traditional practice and position would stand .
High School in Kissim- the United States Army Re- the Kissimmee
Rebekah of their daughter! the weekend were the Re this evil! With hundreds of millions of dollars for
mee and is presently attending serve and is now associated in will have a Christmas Gerald L.Dstcrberg, solidly against spent .
Florida Southern College in Lakeland business with his father. Thursday night at the home Mr*. Stanley Os- Kemps of Auburndale. beautiful and subtle, but utterly false advertising, the industry is worming
where she will graduate. in The wedding will be an event of Mrs. Jennie Phillips. 4 -'. 4!" IU II.I14! ';'..'A its into radio television! sports humanitarian and philanthropic .
way pursuits
May. She is a member of June 4. .
Alpha will be of
; f3STE3W There a gift is a graduate
School and is at- in order to gain undeserved respectability and acceptability. :Mothers :..
.. and fathers adults and make concessions. Hosts of '
.t I school si Or mature compromise r
stl Y.fPJ : rU) young people are swept off their feet. This terrible traffic is taking a toll ,
u 1 I is a graduate of tragic and because of the fast-paced mechanistic in or.
more more deadly ; age
dl School, attended
I ; ; n1 Y1I! I : University,Richard and is! which\: we live. ;' .

: at Orlando by I H : The time has come as never before, for the Church to rise up and oppose .

I t tJ.- "' ... '..1t i I'y been set- for the rq its bitterest foe, that which is destructive of all for which the Church' stands.

Circle To ..

a 4th 1. The Church stands for PURITY, CLEANLINESS and ,.HOLINESS. -

i Circle of the Kis Liquor stands for IMPURITY, .VILENESS and FILTH. Does any- -
7HAPPY' Club will meet one dispute that? Let him go down skid-row in any metropolitan city. :
January 4, at 9:30
home of Mrs. Bean- 2. The.Church stands for :MARRIAGE\ SANCTITY. Liquor standsfor
YEAR 519 Royal Street. FAITHLESSNESS and INFIDELITY. Does anyone dispute that? Reportsof

1h 1/; be Hibiscus a program and Brome-on the -the plivorce courts reveal that liquor is at the bottom of sixty percent of

? the divorce cases. .

f 3. The Church stands ,for LIFE. FULL AND COMPLETE.\ Liquor

i 0', K I, 4. The Church stands for HEALTH AND HAPPINESS. Liquor
I .f f : Church Onapter will of meet St. stands for DISILLUSIONMENT\ DESPONDENCY, AND DESPAIR.I

: y'am' n A- 9 at the home HAPPY HEW V.AftlMARGIE'S 5. The Church stands for HONOR and INTEGRITY. Liquor stands
I Rogers on Nep-
if To our old frkads: and patrons! l Gerrish, president,
i originally sched- DINER 6. The Church stands for BEAUTY AND LOVELINESS. Liquor

2 at the home stands for the UGLY, SORRY, SEAMY\ AND SOOTY. .
I Lancaster, was .
MEN'S WEAR of the holiday. 7. The Church stands for CARE and SAFETY. Liquor stands for
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I BUY HIM and HER' SOME FUN : '- 9. The Church stands for JOY and PRIDE. Liquor stands for SICK-
: : MV' NESS and SHAME.\

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i ::.:..:..........".,. simpers t His Psoft ,!and.L P* end new for 1M PENDABILITY. Liquor! stands for WEAKNESS, FLABBINESS' SELF-.
that sm3 of contenhnsntl I the
I For Ladies or Men = ".Apat+*" has a cvshion-crepe sol J 11. ,The Church stands for HAPPINESS AND HEAVEN. Liquor i

MI. which makes it Weal for backyard stands for BITTERNESS and HELL.

I BOWLINGBALLS % \ and patio duty. And fa. I No one knowsrbetter than those of the ministry the tragic toll the liquor

'd price !u right. All sizes traffic is taking in American life. To the minister its victims come when
i j I i3 Come in today. all Other help and hope is gone. They could spend all of their time as minis-
ters just listening to the terrible tales of woes poured out of broken hearts
$ I?cv' qf the drinkers and their long suffering dependents.:* All their time could be

i. 2495 27'5 spent in seeking to undo the evils which liquor> does. Broken hearts, homes
and lives, and broken minds, bodies and souls.

? BOWLING' 595 Yes, it is high time that the Church take and hold its stand unequivocally -
stl iI ] and unashamedly for TOTAL ABSTINENCE. It is said of 100,000,000
and up I people in the United States over 15 years of age, that one-half-fifty millionof
SHOES I them drink. That means that there are fifty million who do not drink.

For Children J Just as many! You tell your son or daughter, you tell your young friends:
'\ 69c \I ) "You are not alone, don't be stampeded. You hold your conviction and

695 and up gowling Games $2.00 II. w2J )! ground, knowing the 49,999,999 are with you!"

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(. ',: minded, thinking person, who by a vacillating, weak-kneed, compromising
We have gift certificates of any denomination on sale tit 495.{, I position, would deliberately add his influence and patronage to a traffic doing
I at the desk. They can be used to purchase of the \ ;. ,;.. ' things like this, and far worse, twenty-four hours a day, every day and
night, around the clock and around the calendar, over the length and breathof
above items or for bowling .redeemable anytime. l' <. : this land? .

;; ,- i How can there be, we ask, a single person, who would think of having a
I ORANGE I : tlrh.. part in a traffic like that, and count himself a follower of a Saviour who

? BOWL LANESHIGHWAY \ 7}' came to save and redeem life, not to debauch, desecrate and destroy it?'

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I Mrs. Violffe Jocelyn for couple o&Jy and the tdmiesJon
., t is $3.00 per couple. No tickets
Succumbed TuesdayMrs. win be sold in. advance-pay at
/ the door. ,
Violette M. Jocelyn 52. of This past Tuesday evening, approximately
819 Palm Avenue, Kissimmee pass-
35 youth enjoyed a
.. ed away early Tuesday.A in
i skating party at the Coliseum
native of Nebraska, she had
Orlando .
with Dyer as *rone.Q4
} .: been a resident of this communityfor :
the past 12 years. She and her ""' 4I\i!' "
husband were the former operator
<:: of the Red Top Dairy. I \Ill J .
She was a member of the First
and Mrs. W. B. Wheeler. Baptist Church. \U) 4i"I'
and Mrs. Mike Flenner are Survivors include her husband .
i :' friends and relatives at Earl S. Jocelyn Kissimmee. Father <>
Iowa. and stepmother Mr. and Mrs.
Whitewolf 'and Charles Charles B. Gonyo, Kissimmee. Two '::
were among the guests at the daughters, Mrs. V. E. Benes, Kis-
l dinner for youth interested simmee; Mrs. Birchard Towle, Nor- .
time Christian vocations ridgewock, Maine. One son, Charles
was held Tuesday night at Douglas Jocelyn, Norridgewock.Two : rJ4N1J.ra .
Alfred. Both boys plan to brothers Noel Douglas Gon : !
i ministers. This annual af- yo Delhigh New York and Creigh-
AT. is sponsored by the Woman's ton Charles Gonyo Webster, Fla.
of Christian Service of the One sister Mrs. Florence Thomas
District of the Metho- Bovina,Center, New York. 1 half
Church. brother, George Gonyo, Jackson S
the sick list during the past ville. 1 half sister Mrs. Ruth Bur- SYNE
we find' at the Osceola Hos dick, Monroe New York. Three :
: Frank stepsisters, Mrs. Waltina Curtis,
Wintrlck, Dorothy
: Bloomville, New York; Mrs. Ed i
Geraldine Lawson Julia
Beacon New York and Mrs. Lillian 96i
Lucy Blackman, Mrs. Ar-
Chink, St. Petersburg. Also two /
Clifford Nelson John 5'J/i /
] Grace Elliott, Charles I grandchildren.Funeral services will be held at
R, Emory Goff Jet Padgett,
16:30>: A.M. Saturday from the
Whalen Mitchell Hansel, Grissom Chapel with Dr. H. P.Amos Chorusing our I
Summers, Gertrude Elliott
Kissimmee minister of the First Baptist f heartfelt wishes that
Hospital, Mary
Helen James f will be a
Gephart., bearers will be Messrs. Leman Mc- yours
Frank Fedigan, Robert Al ellan. Harry Tuft, Joseph Morgan t most: joyousNew .
'" Mary Bloomfield, Ethel Lup- Ralph Chesnut Foster Dsvi2son f ..earl.! .
Harvey Baynard, Ethel Potter and Charles Head. Intermentto
,. McIntyre Leo Barber, r .1
follow in Rose Hill Cemetery. :
Hunter Irene Saunders. Grissom Funeral Home is in charge MORRIS I
three McGonigal boys were of arrangements.. i
with their parents the E. E. CLEANERS,
., for the holidays. 1IIljii.i1lFlto4lllQ4'1IIIi!! ;I'.tl s awt lt
of' is &* student at Florida Lloyd Fish 65, Died I

Eddie is assistant coach On Wednesday .
-;. and and Jim is band di- BIBLELANDGIFT
Numerous Fabrics
Styles ; .
at Wacchula. Mr. Lloyd Fish, 65,of 1818 Janet
Street, Orange Gardens. Kissim-
and Mrs. Maurice Pearce SHOP
mee passed away Wednesday.A .
Michigan are spend- native of Niota, Illinois, be
o the holidays with her parents, moved to Kissimmee from Fort
and Mrs.. Bert O'Mealey at offers
Madison Iowa 6 months ago. He
LADIES. i S. ,
was retired businessman. 10,000 SOUVENIRSBoth
He was a member of the Fraternal -
Order of Eagles, Aerie Number Florida' and
1287, Fort Madison; Claypoole
Ledge Number 13, A.F. &: A.M.. Religious

-" ,. Jottings Fort States Madison Tourist ;Club Kissimmee and the First All Large block; of Bibles, songbooks

'.;: '. 1 : Christian Church. records and supplies.
t. ,'t ;:: < Survivors include his wife, Mrs. 25,000 GREETING'
: Virginia A. Fish Kissimmee. One

., ; I laughter, Mrs. Corowin J Smith, CARDS all kinds
....,. Fort Madison. One foster brother
;';. -. .A.".. ...... Raymond F. Monroe. Detroit. Mich 30-50b/oOFF!I
V3 T'O igrn One grand-daughter Pamela I
-; I it is given with a cheerful, Smith, Fort Madison.: if YOU HAVEN SEENB1BLELAND
i generous thought Then it Funeral services were held at
'c" a piece of merchandise 10:30 A.M. Saturday from. the I ;
= Sf.'t'I j i becomes a precious .gift of Iriasom Chanel with the Rev. ,

.' } j ]I from ,thejdonor, ; Jimmy Cox Minister of the\ First YOU SHOULD!
'. Christian Church, officiating. Cas-
Donald Wilson and daugh ketbearers: were Messrs. Frank 10 miles north on 441
"I, Fay. from Hastings-on-Hud- Kline, John Hoffman, William ,OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
t' ;NY.. and Curtis W. Reese Spence, Rollk Snyder Roy Inzer- "' A.M. PSti .
9 to
..... 'fife Lois'', of Chicago, flit, soil and Rev. W. P. Hanks. Interment 9
.. the Christmas holiday with followed in Osceola Memory

-.- "'.:-...', .,',',.' -. parents Dr. and Mrs. Curtis Gardens. Grissom Funeral Home
Reese of J7C1 Catherine Street. was in charge of arrangements.

PRICES; SLAIEb1! .. ', HAT S and Mrs.Wesley F. Pratt Clifford S. Nelson
Oak St. have had as recent
r Mr. and Mrs. Cht Seal Tuesday S.II
on Str::ced group of H AND Joliet, IlL, and L*. Col. and Clifford Spencer Nelson 59, died
Boatright, of Cabool Mo. in a local hospital Tuesday. Mr. S.
Boatright had retired from Nelson was born in Wisconsin. He
LADIES SPORTSWEAR service arid be and Mrs. was a retired building contractor
touring and moved to Kissimmee nine I
are currently

You know and love our nationally advertised, P. 'I i in of Florida.interest and visiting years He was ago a,member from New of the York Holy City Redeemer _

lines in SKIRTS -. SWEATERS -' BLOUSES ,', '2 Mr. Nelson Catholic is= Charch.survived: by his

t :. and Mrs. Charles E. Fenker with ,
Hildegarde twin I
AND SLIM PANTS., Don't miss these! ChrlstmLS'with Mr. and brothers
Vendel, and Rhomar of Maple,
James White of Tampa. Mr. Wise.; one sister, Mrs. Luther
-s i Mrs. White were formerly Shawns, Wise.
of Whit Plains, N. Y. Rosary service was held in the
the Fenkers have been friends chapel of the Riedel Funeral Home
PRICES SLASHED; ON SELECTED many years and report a very Wednesday night at 8:00: o'clock,
visit with each other. Reguiem Mass will be Thursday
: morning at 9:00 o'clock with Rev
LADIES : .ioG: _"O.A Ir. and Mrs. E. V. Nessling of Fr. James Joseph Barrett, pastorof II
W. Catherine St. have been Holy Redeemer Catholic Church
crusts 'from Oswego,
Y. and Pompano Beach during Interment will be in Osceola
holidays. Memiry Gardens under the direction ,r''
CLEARANCE ON' elected of the Riedel Funeral Home. 0,

the next few days many

ENTIRE STOCK : L I N G I II returning the Orange from Garden visits folks with rela will Thrift Club Held ssf rs es to oa

I and friends tip north, and Christmas MeetingThe i OFSTEIN'SSHOE
AND i t to, reports from the Thrift Home Demonstration
SOITS' bureau. will be glad to Club held their annual Christmas REPAIR
back t* enjoy a J little Florida party at the community house
To them and all the rest Wednesday night with 80 members 46 Main ' .
i- Qi the folks in the1.Gardens "The friends and guests attending
! Y2P I' I "-extends Best Wishes for Mrs. Jennie Pyle was in chargeof

LIBERAL REDUCTIONS! : New Year the Christmas tree and gift M
5-C were exchanged. A .large box of .

I ,. "is K.,planning according to to read a some news Christmas staple goods baskets.was gathered for Y2U ((

Mrs. Emogece Smith and hu
NUMEROUS PATTERNS and FABRICE5 YARD GOODS c. C list will books.include lit is Dale hoped Carne-that committee prepared a turkey dinner

book on how. to win friends with all the tnmnnngi.
inffcjeasr people. The program was ender the di-
Substantial rection of Mrs. Pearl Snider end
CHILDIREti"S p ? ? consisted of sfciU? hiiraiit*,gaII'i'
L J;. on : A. LcFIerre and singing Christmas carol. 1t
Mrs. Giles of KissfeusHie Park 1)
Well the items list -By' Death a past president, metalled the
are too numerous to 1 cleats officers in a candlehf rareracy. -I.

for both boys and girls. Armufas LaPierre, 86, They are Eatogtne Smith 4
died Thursday. president: ; Pearl Snyder, vice pf*! -
-was born in Q@shee' Canada: & nt; Beatrice G***, secretary
REDUCTIONS UP TO; lVI -EN'S Ii moved to Kissimmee from amt easy K rr. tna. W'tr.
Mass* is 1943. He was
worker anJ
: ecnstrnct3a
V2. OFF. Gala Weekend
: r of Kissimmee All Stales
... _
; : CUib and the! Seventh-day; Planned For Youth
: V wVr
"'''' : Church.
j Teeth director Art Dyer, has v T
\ are wife, Marjory
announced two special event t Mrs. Wired Etear the old or wifl
yr. here

ALL SALES FINAL ,- CASH !4O! I I A.. New, Mass.Bedford; b..,
Jd and three
great-g -
to JijJO--aUmistion 25c per per- in nsi
son. All the latest records will be
; services was Tield ia
Take' advantage of .th $e terrific: y*.rs' Chapel of the Riedel.funeral 1 played.Then on New Year's Eve a fan- ..this bout sincere
Saturday afternoon at 230 for each cf !
I filled evening has teen planned t& prayer you
l. with Elder Robert L. the Youtt. Center.. Bob McCorra-

"come cony while selections are i Adveatiat, pastor Church of the officiating.Seventh. act play and for classing his ""Roadrt from ners"9 to 1:38.WIll W.: .O. TAYLOR'S

I '; WUVE I IN I Interment was tn Osceola. Me m- !Novelties noisemakers etc., will' Commercial Refrigeration,
.f,;Ji. -: ;".' .. .E.lOry Garden nader the direction be feroisfeed along wfth free NotteWnmtL' sad Electrie-Co.
ao.QIIl'1M Q* the EJfcJ.'l I'ttnet'al Gome. This gala affair 1i. t

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The Kissimmee Gazette Thursday, December 29, 1960 Pare 5

," 8e.FROM : Tax Assessor'- Faces I.County' Officials To !I County Citrus f'

)r El .RlDA'S' HIGHEST, L : Slim Pay- This YearThe .. I', Meet January 9thState Escapes Cold DamageOsceola I

: legislator from Gtaceola passed were sent tome house dur-
OBSERYATIOn F03Ht.; Osceola County tax assessor If the records are not properly County have called a special meeting jug the last two weeks of the session County's citrus industrynow tunes had frozen over Tuesd.Jynight.
may work for little or nothingthis kept, and if they are not main- to bear any petitions for local I ; 52 percent of the house bills this county's biggest business but not Thursday night.
year, it was learned yesterday. tained with the same kind of professional legislation*it was announced Tues- passed by: the senate were: returnedto
Wade H. Lamer Jr., is not complaining -esne- through last week'scold
: skill that was used insetting the house during the last,week Luther G.
but be fs to find day.State most
trying spell unscathed! for
of all
? Sen Xrlo Bronscn and of the session; 40 percent
them another
R' some way out of a dilemma caused up reassessment State, Rep. J. J. Griffin Jr. said senate bills passed by the house part a tour ,through many acres Died At DavenportLuther
W state law originally passedin might be needed in act too
by H .
the meeting would be held at 10 were returned! to the senate dur- f orange and tangerine graves '
tl 1885, the growth of the county may years. This would cost more LtILJan.. 9 in the county courthouse ing the same Week.. showed Friday morning. G. Bronson 57, Daven.
1' LeecWto PLACID PLAZA and reassessraect. than the cost would be if the work Forty-eight percent of all house Temperatures didn't: go as low port died Tuesday.
'F/ The way the problem works out were done by Lanier and his. staffas fact, Born in South Orange aunty
i at Lak. P/ec/J, said letters bills and 37 percent of all senate es anticipated. In a temperature -
(U Mi. Sow* .f S.Yin ) is that the assessor is paid.a commission regular routine. But it would They announcing. bills passed by both houses, were gauge in the Lake Wilson he came to Davenport. 15 years
co the sxaesnt oi taxes he be paid for by the county commissioners the meeting were Being teat t sent to the governor's office after area. showed> it wasn't as cold ago from Winter Garden. He served -
I .. cou This it works out and would not be subject the county commission, bar assoeiatloo -
: OPENING JAN. 1,1SB1 1 year the close of the session. Thursday night as it was Wednes- in the army during World WarII
that Lenin will get 2433867. to the percentage of taxes set city commi&tens* and and was a member of the Zion
:Bat out of that money he has by the law.Lanier school board,but they advised that day.That Primitive Baptist Church.
showed the
3 WEEK CELEBRATION $$7009 IN PRIZES to pay for the operation of his points out his office has others interested in legislation are New E.gand"C'lub! dropped guage to Its, but temperature stayed- Sisters Mrs. Mary Belle Bowen*
office; ar.dthe payroir: alone is come a long way since he took also invited to present their Cloud Davenport. Mrs. Mattie Tyner,
__ f,..H9i.trati n Until/...21 Met At St. there only a few minutes before
J going to run close to $20,000. over 12 years ago. At that time, quests. n..j starting on an upward trend. Kissimmee, brothers Walter. Kiss-
j GIANT FIREWORKS DISPLAY FROM TOP ,OF ToWeR Loner thinks that in about the county's total budget. was This is the first time such Tbfe New Ecgknd Club met December Pasture lands have been seriously immee, Claude, Davenport," Ever-
; SATURDAY JAH. 21 five years this will work itself 1100,000, and his office grossed hearing has been called fe Gsceols' I 20 hi the community howe burned by frost, but most I ett, Thomas C., James' A. Winter
I out because of growth ia the $',000. That the situation untilrecent. County It is necessitated, the legislators at St. Quad with over 125 member of that damage had occurred earelies' Garden survive.Carolyn
,t Beautify!ntw.M.Hl,& R..towro t pkgiqs'6C, Semco G.rkk/eH.StoHCIR county to a. point where tax col- years. said, by the rapid growthof -I *. and visitors attending'the in the week.
7.... Gift Shop& Snack Bar Res"ti"& lections will support the staff he The reason much of the work the county and the divergent dianer. Clyde E. Story, manager of the Lani r, student. at East-
has. It is the period immediately that was needed hadn't: been doneis interests of its many. residents F."sident.. presidedover Agricultural Stabilization &: Con ern Naz rene College, WeBeston.,
7acing him and this year too, that there was nothing to do it and'businessmen. the business session when servation county ,committee; saida Mass., is visiting her parents Rev.
that is bothering him. with,** the tax assessor explained.He The two reminded those to whom H was announced that a new flag water trough in one of his pas- end Mrs A. E. Lanier.
Because el the. revaluation the said when he cam in, he office invitations were issued that "it is had been installed by the tourist
setting up of proper and detailed didn't even have a* adding ma imperative that local legislation club.
records oa Osceola property* the chine. must be introduced in Tallahassee A collection was taken for the I
continued growth of the county The tax assessors salary is lim- prior to the regular sessionin Doehme Fund. He was Santa Clausto KISSIMMEE DRIVEINSUN.
and the need to keep the ..recordsup ited to |71 00 a year, but he can April of 1961* St. cloud fox many years, -
to date, Lanier needs a staffof only be paid after the expensesof This new deadline was neces- handing out bags of goodies to the
five indufejf one part-time the office are paid. It looks as sitated by a resolution adoptedin children at the community; tree, ., MON., TUS., JAN. I 1-2-3
lMversi1ied Cooperative Training though Lamer won't get much of November by numbers: of the visiting the colored children atNarcoosee LAST SUMMEIt"Elizabeth
IIt 'ent. anything this year. 1 House of Representative meetingat and East St. Cloud and <
Boca Raton, Christmas dinners to Cliff'
------ -- That resolution furnishing Taylor Montgomery
agreed that bills; of a local nature the needy.
must be filed with w e chief clerk C. Goodnough of the- Sunshine "YOND LAND" It
Lions Club To of the House by March 28, 1961 committee requested that Illness
if they are to be considered during among the members be brought to Pat Wayne Yavone Graig+ i
: the regular session his attention so that be could cartoon
sL Sponsor Horse Show The resolution tarther stated send get well cards. -
that any such measures introduced The next meeting of the'St.

after the..first 30 d.&ys.hall not Cloud New England Club. will be WED. THURS. JAN. 4. 5 ; ..
The KissisuHts! LiClQp will mntics hcrsezsanship and the encouragement .
be placed on the home calendarfor held January 17.
sponsor a horse show here January of the breeding of II ROAD" t1.
consideration without "MOUNTAIN
KISSIMMEE ELKS LODGE 22 at the Silver Spun Rodeo better horses and cattle the Silver approval
of the roles committee. Lowell Clyburn, Karen Skinner
arena, Bob Cinders, chairman, bas Spurs has made this show possiblein Statistics James Stewart Liza Lu"SEMINOLE" .
concerning.legislation Roger llord. Thomas Housemanand
announced. Osceola County," Childers de-
: No. 1873 at the last session show that 45 Evangeline Hart, students at '
This wail develop into the clared.
may of all house Therecca Nazaren
percent bills passed College at
outstanding equine contest in Central Childers will also act as ring-
were sent to the senate during Nashville, Tennessee, are spending Rock Hudson
florida" Childers said when master. Other committee members
the last two weeks the : here
of the session; holidays with their fam-
discussing the show with the Lions include Don Dulgar Gene Canale, 41 percent of the senate bills ilies. cartoon
Club members.He Clyde Bass, Wells.. Moon and Jim w r
pointed out the arena sun Killip.

passes the facilities of.any other Events are planned for youthful FRI., SAT., JAN. 6.. 7
horse show place in a wide area contestants as well as adults; fend o tb 4 THEKISSDIMEE
because of the covered stands, a number of entertaining special GAZETTE "MACUMBO LOVE"
well fenced arena, parking events have been arranged, Chil
area A .!... i&. Ferry X..***** Walter Reed
and excellent arrangements for ders declared. Applications may be WH

waiting entries, and lighting."In obtained from>> saddle shops and Ut Offices: 24-2S aLart A.. "ONE FOOT IN HELL"
with the Silvers western stores from 0 y
I keeping wear or mem 0 Ttk k.o. TIW a 7-2SS1
I dedication to the principle of pro- Vsrs of the Lions Club. (+ .ueo.4j. Alan Ladd Don Murray :
t Eatert .. Secant CU.* "aIr Mtf rFU.
I IB the Pot Omen at n IsermsceA cartoon'KISSIMMEE

Titles In EqUity Published Thorsdsvs at Kidaa AoC",, Fbra* DRIVE-IN 10.

Must De riled 1, Editor LEOSCHUMAKER and Maier TAMPA HIGHWAY

.j Adults 50e Children under 12 free
Af large' n\mher of applications I they can,return and thus avoid a .ji
for homestead exemption arc ex*. trip to the assessor's office. Dead- i SUBSCRIPTION RATES ""' SHOW STARTS 7:00 P.M.
pected by County Tax Assessor line for filing April L Six months $t.50; ODe year |4.00; two yearn $7.00 16 1-
I Wade IL Lanier Jr, vf'no reminded .
ijo&? frttncLkij* an patronage Lanier said that new residents ._
all new property owners: that their must have a Florida drivers licenses I ; =::.. .. : ". I

I J rl a,+ mad Ak fail ytap a tig. title in equity must te recorded, a Florida auto tag, or some'I
with the clerk circuit court before -
other proof of legal residency. Tha ----
Jan. 1. best proof he said is to be regis ]I
if/af know onftf a
I ececnf. you- "This I is an absolute necessity before -: tered voter. I
one can claim homestead ex- I
and InMAKINSON 1961! k In connection with the intangibletax
food fuc* napplatto 7q emption Lanier declared.He I
said he will start processing lists the taxpayers are required -i LEE JOUGLARD outstanding professional
applications for exemption at his to' list such things as bank deposits !
in excess of $2,500 or other

i V HARDWARE ers office must Jan.bring 3. New a legal property descriptionof own- monies; stocks deposited and bonds or held, accounts elsewhere -. bowler from Detroit will! be here JAN. 13- I

their property along with the I ,
receivable, other
notes or obligalions
"The Store with the Horse out front" recorded deed or contract- or tax. secured by mortgages on realor
receipt situated 1'4 and will exhibition and"give
Lanier also :reminds all residents, personal property outside put on an
of Florida as wee as other j
whether property owners or not,
that. the law requires the :filing of 1
lists of intangible personal prop- tips for better bowling.

erty owned as'of Jan.-.
Services Held
'As to homestead exemption,
Lazier said legal residents of Florida For R. F. Benner
f are entitled to a $5,000 ex.:iap-
; ; tion on their residences provided Funeral services for Reinhold Fitesoer
4 they are living in them by Jr z. :i. Fire held at 1ft' :23: AM.'
AH new residents wnii register Friday 'aL the interment in RosE .
with thft tax atc .or to claim such il Cemetery, with the Rev Jimmy .
1 exempti n. Cox, Minister of the First
lera..oMtho uytl received ex-I Christian Church, officiating ': OPEN BOWLING I
I emption in previous years will re- Grissom Funeral Home was in "
cH*;. pnatcard in which charge of arrangements.

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so we-.can wish _you a I


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Page] 6 The Kissimmee Gazette Thursday December 29, 1960 "" '"
2 Bedroom, frame:home. 290 ft. tJ room screened porch plant
2 Bedroom furnished ,home, located on 2 Bedroom CBS house with bnilt-in
frontage with
frontage on lake 290 ft. era and shade. $10,500 good
corner lot. 20 citrus' trees lake vies kitchen carporte and utility room.8493. HOUSESSIX on hard road fruit trees termsand

2 blocks from center of town, $1C,500.! Low down payment. .
BEDROOMS and 4 baths. Frame re- ; shade. 6600.
sXraditioned throughout. Large lot in town.
175 acres with 23 acres in young store. Bonding lots 1350 and up. Also trailer $25,000.: s rtzrRiYN 2 bedroom CBS home with AUo furnished. and unfurnished.

!2S,500. lots. NEATLY FURNISHED 2 bedroom built-in Likhen. carporte, utili rentals.KISSIMMEE .

home. Orange Gardens. $11,500. Small + 1
t' I IJ
Check with as for furnished and unfurnished Restate.ROBERTSON'S bedrooms. Tremendous Florida room. WLTOI3 o REAL ESTATE

Brightand, sunny. Oranges on tree in swa"e \ a
REAL ESTATE backyard. .... / ., 521 Main St. TI 6-3953

*324 BROADWAY TELEPHONE TI 641939 FOUR BEDROOMS and 2 baths. Block. C ffl .
City water and setter. Paved street Excel- Mt SAID M-VNS *HP AU.6C

r.: lent furnace:Sustulal temperature on thermostat; heat to every 145v550 WITH

FOR room via ducts. Big living room. Separate dining area. $21,500.
RENT: Duplex, 2 BR., fur- DAVIS
FOR SALE: 10"table saw with 40"I nished near Dairy Queen Applyat ECONOMY RETIREMENT home of masonry. $6,500. On TI 7-2230

ARTICLES table, 1% H.P. General Electric' '110 Bryon St. highway where it is easy 'to rent out 1 of the 2 bedrooms. AGENCY ruce S
single phase motor. 12" De '
City water.WATERFRONT. 114 Main St. TI 6.5631
radial arm cut off saw 1%wa1t'I' FOR RENT: Newly decorated 2
FOB SALE motor. 6" Craftsman bedroom furnished apartment HOME. 2 year old block home with 3 bed- Insurance Real Estate

Skil electric hand planer. One' v 203 South Clyde Ave., or call rooms and 2.baths at budget price of 19500. All the latest Sunshine Homes
Wright power pruning saw $75 I' Mike Stanko TI 6-2144 after conveniences in furnace and in kitchen appliances.
Call TI 7-2704 after 5 p.m. 5:3U pjn. LEGAL NOTICES
I LUXURY RETIREMENT in a new 2 bedroom costing $15-
FOR SALE FOR SALE: 30" electric range, 12 FOR RENT: Trailer clean, nice 500. Fireplace with handy wood box for cozy winter living. j 3 BR HOME FOR SALE

refrigerator: excellent lots. Rainbow Mfabiie Homes and Electric ceiling heat for cleanliness (thermostat in CALL FOR BIDS
GaL Electric water Call TI tondi-j Trailer Ave, Notice to Contractors:
20 tion. $75 each. Park Michigan 1/4
gives exact control).Kitchen has dishmaster that makes Healed bids will b* received at the
heater ..................._..._ $44.00 313 W.. Vine.' I mile off Vine. St. or Hwy. 441 in dishwashing a pleasure. Kitchen' sky light floods work area office of of the Ofceola Board County.of Public Thicker Instruction ON PATRICK STREET.

30 GaL Electric water FOR SALE: Set of McGregor golf lysimrcee.TRAILER with sunshine. For summers' : a'screened. porch 50' long for and, uo Ernest to 10:00$t.o'clock. KlMimmee A.M Tuesday Florida LOW DOWN PAYMENT

heater ,__.,,,, ___ .. $49.50 clubs practically new $50. Call bugloss outdoor living. February 7. 1151 for The andMarble ,
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TI 6-3072 or see Ed McGonigal SPACE and bath. Elementary Work for Unit School"A"KlsKlm-Highlands START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT!
30 GaL gag water heater $68.00 mee. Florida at which time all bids Contact for homes that little-bit better.
FOR RENT Corner lot. View from every room. received will be iUlIcly opened andread :is. are-just a
Hot Plate hi;med low $ 3.00 t specifications
: Bidder
FOR SALE Walk to schools. $9,500.
High ad $15 month .
Dry per are on file at the County Office TI 7-2230 116-5631
:Metal! Cabinet Sink ...-"-. $65.55 56 PLYMOUTH PLAZA i'' I BOARO OF PUBLIC IS-sTm'CTlOS -
ROGER'S TRAILER PARK $6,000 2 bedroom 1 bath. OF OS<'F.OJ.'OH "'Y. FLORIDA
New Commode complete $27.50 4 dr. good condition, excellent Main highway. Fireplace (burns Ry W U. STEPHEN Secretary Bruce Partin, Developer and Builder
17.9 below Drive-In Theatre
Dee 29. U60. Jan. 5. I.
Ltratory complete _... $17.95 tires. wood). ,Good oak' floors. Neat
PHONE Ti 7-2881 8 xja to 5 and .dean. .5 I. the C..rt ..f the (.aatA.edge
RENT Store or of- ._fl 6 wt Of O <
Damaged Sink _...._ $ 5.00 p.m. or TI 7-2403 after 5. FOR : room OTirB TO (IIEIHTOKSTV
fice spare. For information inquire $5,500 furnished 2 bedroom frame AOOOOPIAU RE THE ESTATE OF :>K>;1rt1y1wla wlVA ie fwls2A Vr avil? .i s
Used Deep Freeze __ $75.00 at Brahman Hotel East building. Good furniture. Downtown. LAURA a SPENCER.Deceased.To .

Dakin Ave.TRAILER Kissimmee. blocks, to supermarket and other stores. Tiny lot. all Creditors. Legate! Distri i
SOFT COPPER TUBING Over garage and workshop. butees, and all Persons having ,
FOR RENT: Large Claim: or Demands against said M t
/t..OD __. .__._ per ft. 15e Estate:
private lot on Michigan Ave. LAKEFRONT: ESTATE exquisitely furnished..Home. Garage You and each of you are hereby thtf Sf

Vi.OD _.__h'.... per ft. 20e 1956;) ELCAR 30 FT. turn left at bowling alley. Phone and work room. Guest cottage. Two story studio. Storage notified claims which and required you or to either present of any you rPfJ7'o ,
TI 7-2347. bldg. and shed. PooL Boat house for an outboard motorboat mar have against:: the e tat*>ofLaur&
Toilet Seats ......_ $ 3.35' HOUSE TRAILER C Spencer deceased. late of Oecenia I A VMJl., ,
FOR RENT Furnished 2 bed- Acreage with nature landscaping fenced. $}35000. Count Florida to the t' vntJud: *;*- tJ ;
Electric Phone; TI 1.2-<<))3 aster 5 of aid County at his office In th. i'i'jo
Davenport room large fenced in yard, FRAME 1 H STORY for $9,500. Just reconditioned. First floor Court HOUH. at Kinslmmee Fiends.within 4. ,\tOIl'\

and or see John Barro at garage. TI 68554.. is now used as duplex but could be converted, by opening 2 the date eight of the calendar first publication month I from n' I J ont \toy' D9

Plumbing Corner Bermuda and Daanegan FOR RENT" : Unfurnished 3 BR doors into a 1 family home, Or upstairs could be finished for this must Notice be in writing Each claim and must or demand state I \\0 .

Davenport Fla. house. Call Ross Myers. TI 7- added rentals. Deep lot. Sewer, water, paved street. v the nlare. of residence .* the claim- 1, 'ila 'i\\ 9n e
to by the 1
ant and must W sworn \ -
2119 on Sample St. ONE AND A HALF ACRES on lake. Frame house, panelled
SERVICESOFFERED FOR RENT: Furnished apartments inside.. $15,003. Paved road. Dry lot. the to' 1a.w.same the will 23rd become day void of Pcemb accordingThi ,. I .io! you\ 1n\\ ore' m g lead t MJ

Kissimmee First! at 221 Verona, class In, $45 19(0. \ \ t
Shop month and $19,500 Two story frame. Top shape. 3 apts. furnished. Could /GEORGE H ABBOTT '\tna\ \
RAFFIA CHENILLE STICKS up. make a fourth. Downtown, fine neighborhood. Executor! of the Estate of -
Laura C. Spencer, deceased.Thacker
SouTenirc Baskets from all over FOR RENT Two furnished: apart- FURNISHED 3 bedroom 1 bath, 9500. Fruit trees. Quiet and Thacker
the world. Shell Novelties Jet- mats, 114 Emmett St.,two blocks dead end street "Inlmm.Florida.Attorneys for Executor.

lies. Florida Towels tad Death from business district. W. B. Dec. 19, Jan.-U-U. i ANDERSON'S GARAGE I'J'dPJ' |
DRAGUNESEttVICB Home, TI 68384. '
FOR RENT Trailer with
: space all Interested bidders that the
BRING YOUR OUT OF STATE 3/8 Yd. Bunt patio $10 month. Tip Top Trailer Beard of- County Commissioners of
COMPANY IN TO SEE US! FLORIDA R ALTJ.ICOUNSELORS. : ORe.ola County. Florida, will receive J.:4r JJtJT"J
Par rfgla oa rsbbsr and on call Park turn right at Campbell'sStation sealed bids until 10:00: a.m., 'M Y--4" .
OUR rttiCtA ARK REASONABLE south on 17-92.! January *. 1.n. for removing two
TI 7-2704 rusted valleys on each side of the _
INC main dome of the Klss'mmee Livestock 1' .
FOR RENT: Trailer spaces Pavilion and replaclnr with 'I.
GRACE RIVERS KEROSENE AND FUEL.OIL for trailers and kitchenettes, reason- new 18 gauge galvanized metal to
and able Brown's Trailer 2 BROADWAY PHONE TI 6.2702 TI 6.2712 he riveted end soldered. All. work
GIFT SHOP home delivery daily Sundays prices. should be finished in a first class
call Bad aid Jihn's Gulf ServiceTI Park 1 mile north of Kissimmee. J' __ __ __ workmanlike manner uslna- the ;
Highway 17.92 South: bent oua'ity of materials available. ::aJtl.'J'
65842. Ojn: till 10 p.m. the time
Kissimmee Florida I, Immediately following
FOR RENT Lakeshore
[ : dupletfurnished above shown, the proposals will be
I Open 7 Days A Week ,REST HOME: New raaaagement, 2 bedrooms central FOR SALE: Good income apartment LOTS'FOR SALE: High and dry",I poMlclv opened and read .

newly decorated, rooms available thermostat heat, 2 blocks from house all furnished, ,year city water and sewer. Cheap fo: reject The any County and reserves all bids and the to right waive to : '

SPEIDEL WATCH BANDS: When for ahort periods ,or permanent town. See or call, Leda or Bill around renters. See owner 209 cash. TI 7.2279.COTTAGE ..' formalities f1t llJ .

you wear one, you wear the fin residence. Excellent home Ingram days TI 6-6372 or nights Park St.. ORn OF OF OSCEOLA COUNTY COUNTY.COMMITSIOVFRS "

est. Wide selection at Beaton' for aged..'Call TI 6-5011 w TI-'l TI U3'7:;' (SEAL FLORIDA) J R" lkc for the |

FOR RENT: Three room furnished Very nice 2 BR CB furnished Chairman ,

FOR SALE: Two 1958 house trail- 66612.WANTED apartments, private baths, water Built-in Kitchen, large Florida Intercession! City famished '

era; 20 ft. Travel Trailer; Palace : : gas, included $50 per month. 124 RM, Carporte &: Utility RM 5 rooms,large 50 ft.lots.Turn Osceola County ; NEW YEAS

Ranch Home 36.x 10 ft Randolph Ave. 1 Vi baths,,$14,250. right at post office second houseon Court Records

Jess W. Parfrey Rainbow Trailer FOR RENT: Lakefront modern duplex 3 BR, 2 Bath. CB nicely located, right in second block.: Sign in f DIRT ORDER! I
Park TI 628y9. completely furnishedaleeps let show JOII. State Road Dept and OsceolaCounty THE CREDIT BUREAU OF KISSIMMEE jg
us et I,
window. Mrs. M. J. Mantz, 2650 vs. James Stockton a
WANTED: Experienced waitress, six, $70.monthly. Also completely Hensel David Sheppard -
final decree re
FOR SALE Marsh and red over 21 years old. Apply Frazer furnished house $60 monthly. 2 BR, CD Built-in K. Fla. RM N.E. 23rd Court Pompano and wife IFreddie s. P.O.Box 590 Kissimmee, Floridal,
: Erselle
grapefruit R. Johnson vs
Hamlin and Navel and Restaurant, Tropical} HoteL {School bus picks up children. Carporte &: Utility RM furnish Beach. Johnson, final decree, divorce ?l7ln
Sunset Dude Ranch ed, $11,000.Seunl Alex MacDiarmld vs Eston!.. E.StHckUnd .
hwy. 15
Temple oranges. We ship to any HELP WANTED: Woman orcouple on and Elisabeth P. Strick
and all cities in the United experienced in laundry St. Cloud. TW 2-1153. good frame homes from land. iiismising suit.Cecllle .

States. We also sell a completeline work, to operate take in laundry FOR RENT: Rooms close in, 110 $7,000 to $$12,060. ; Clake et Berk al. smendin et al vs complaint Donald S.,

of Rawleigh's Products service. Profit sharing plan. Ph.. Emmett day week or month. TI I Several nice building sites, all LOT FOR SALE mortgage Tern Scott foreclosure vs Emma I* Scott,
Arie Banta 405 East Bass St. TI 7-2704. 7-21S8. Utilities available. final decree divorce ,
Heal value lot KM til. CT.AIMS COURTFunk I I
KEROSENE FUEL OIL- PHIL- : Large x Lumber CO. vs F L. Lint
IIPS 66.WE GIVE TV STAMPS. I FOR RENT: Deluxe duplex: 2 SEE 127. city water and sewer well Kl! lTimee, final Judgrm..nt. $84Jt.;
bedrooms, unfurnished car located Funk Lumber CO. vs B F.. Rudd IN
in limits. All
OSCEOLA OIL CO.1110 NORTH FOR BENT new Kiooimmee final judgment $30.43Kissimmee .
porte utility screened porch, construction in James
MAIN ST. TI 6.39.1.FINE & NELSONREALTY neighborhood.Good Hospital 'nc.' vs.
nice neighborhood, 1008 Rosa price. for cash! Raley St. Cloud..IT COURT$24455CIHCt ORDERS N

WATCHES: Wide selection FOR RENT: Apartments and lind. Call TI 7-2704L MEN Phone TI 7-2704 or write Rt. 5 raul A. Tipple vs Mary Louise.
Bulova Benton, Benrus, Hamil- house by week or month. Cot: Box 377. Tipple etc temporary custody: alimony
ton and Elgin at Benton's Jewelry. ton's Apartments North Orange SINCE 1503 Slbler Manufacturing Corn. vs. r
John J. Robertson et ux et aL dlsipsal -
Blossom TraiL 7-2-9-16-23-30 REAL ESTATEFOR .
FOR SALE: House, first time offered State Road Dept and OscenU= .
r County ra. Loyal A. Jackson dismissal
unfurnished, 2000 sq. ft as to certain defendants.
SEE THIS floor' space, beautiful oak and Mary Bronson vs State Harmon
SALE: 2 houses 1 CBS, 1 Brnn.:>D. ordering support)! minor
frame LARGE 2 FAMILY palm trees reasonably priced, c lt:ren. \ ,
reasonable 1 mile northon \
owner 317 Portage St.
527, Call Ross Myers TI 7- DWELLING Gall limn vs. Jerry Lee 1rl11f'r.Don.auDport. ,

2119. ._.._ _.. _.:.._ _. completely furnished close in, LOTS FOR SALE: Lakefront Jots MARRIAGE. LICENSES! '
doable enclosed garage large on Lake Cecile, all are over S50 Leon Henry Fertle. Zl, KisMmmee. LESTER MANN AGENCY
LOTS $10 DOWN :$J7 MONTH: jalousied porch upstairs can be and Judith Anne Rollins.. 21, Kis
c deep. Also residential lots high simmeeHarvrr.
Odds are that 3 out of 4 will buy made into another apartment or and dry city water, m x 132 Seftphnr Champion. 53, .
lots if they drive through TROP gt Cloud and Laura Virginia Manning
four large bedrooms.
ICAL Call TI 7-2495 after I pm.I !!, 44, Osceola County
--: PARE SUBDIVISION, If Downstairs can be made into
yea see, TOil will bay! Welcomeat 4 BR single dwelling by 'unlocking 1
Carroll St. en the trail in 3 doors. Lot 60 x 209 I CARD OF THANKS K. C. Moore Jr. Contractor

north Kisslmzsee .
with Iota of shade and 8 loaded NOTICE I want to express ray per-

FOR'SALSj 23 ft. loose trailer fruit trees.Wallace aos&l thanks for the wonderful Triangle Building

t.; for rent or sale. !?:t. 15, northeast Painter tt'Apentiosho... in the recent Residential and Commercial Building
819 Mabbeti St. for 'Kiss-
of St. deed. TW 2-1153. drfts for to,s

::.'S Happy New Veer! i !lames. needy children. The Remodeling Repairing
LOTS FOR SALE CORRECTIONJEWELD'S tlaie.! r-.lets i and toys

'" :;. We hop, too that In the days to coma we 2 LARGE GTSADJOINING FOR SALE: Fare acre 4 mUes I titroftgh.",*.-beyond this wonderful all expectation responsewe and Masonry Work $ Roofing .
Make of-
west of the city limits.
can help you protect the property rev have fer. Call TI 7-2S87 after 6 p.m. CABINET were ableta bring Christmas "MOORE" HOUSE FOR YOUR MONEY

-': worked so hard to accumulate,with trmttanc TO CrestrMge Drift excellent to 160 children here in Kias-
for'baildiliC. SHOP "JD Office TI 7-2270" Home TI 7.2328I
'" FOR SALE: la Lab Cecile! Park
d!i miles south cf Kissinunee WILL REOPEN Stewart Chapman
t:. 2 BR CBS Home full i::tad HtKtoiltLa
1 $500 and $600H. kitchen, lot 80x175 lake JAN. 3rd. '

L. KUHN privileges, choke residential section I ,
: Iivin Call instead of Jan. 23rd. as was I!!
s TI -S513 quiet country INCOME PROPERTY -
TI: .7-2495 after 6 p.m. 'erroneously printed in our ad ,

2 weeks ago. HOME with garage apt. as Cor. Lot 60' x 239', city water.:
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tile floors.
rental unit. Concrete
KEROSENE AND 21 acres 18 acres of grove.
...... i CBS apt. nicely furnished. 2
mixed fruit
Mostly 9 yr. old, ,K
FUEL OIL --(: "t I bdrms & lath. mile OB hard road.

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1918-1960 TI5142 Daily & Sundays sAYlNcts REALTORS APPRAISERS

12 BROADWAY Next To The Bank TI 6-2191 ___. t1' :-.PtiD j IIi( BROADWAY Phone Ti 7-2278 J.

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1 tablespoon flour -- The Kisaimmee Gazette, Thursday, December 29,10 1< Page 1ANICE"

Cabbage Is Cheap, But High .In Minerals and Vitamins */a 1 1 cup cup egg yolk grated light cream medium sharp r I ,,..' ,." ,:

American Cheese : t
One of the best year-round buys 2 billion pounds. care-all for everything! from snake nutritionists of over cooking: cab-: : the bargain is to serve:it shredded H cup dry white wine (optional]) .
in the vegetable market money- Unlike some other vegetables, bite to baldness. bage. The trend now is to steam! with, a HOT cooked sauce! salt-white pepper to taste -
wise, nutrition-wise and otherwise such as the potato and tomato, Even such respected intellectualsas it maybe five or 10 minutes in -I Here are four sauces which Melt the butter in a saucepanover
is cabbage. which were originally considered Aristotle the Greek philosopher few drops of water which'has been y(!nd well! with crispy, crunchy medium beat. Remove from
For less than a dollar it is possible poisonous, the cabbage from all accounts and Cato, the Roman statesman salted, not only for taste but to 1. cabbage. For ideal results, shred the fire and stir in the flour.When
in nearly any season to buy has always enjoyed a good relished a kind of cole slaw. help speed the cooking process, :re-I. the cabbage (or ask the butcherto well blended stir the cream in} slowly '
enough cabbage to feed a good size press. It was, in fact, considereda Although cabbage has been cultivated ) tain the vitamin C, and preserve do it for you), sprinkle it with stirring constantly, and returnto <
family. god by ancient Egyptians who for more than 4,000 years it the pretty green color. water and store in the refrigeratorin low heat. Continue stirring until : : ,.Jt'
Its high mineral and vitamin worshipped regularly at a shrine is the Romans who are err'41ted by The best way to :gt the racst a paper bag or plsstic sack untilyou're sauce bubbles and begins to thicken. l :: iii 1i? .' ,
content (particularly vitamin C) where a cabbage rested on an elaborate some historians wU having popu-I food value out of the cabbage, of ready to serve it. Keep the Beat the egg youc until lemon '.R1i -
and its low cost and calories prob- altar. larized it. ; coarse is to eat it raw But as sauce simmering on the stove and I colored, mix a small amount of the .- -.
ably help to account for the fact Ancient Greeks believed cabbage The cabbage has been popularin any good cook knows, cooking serve it over the cabbage piping I hot sauce into it and then add'to '>i -\-.
that Americans average eating a- would prevent drunMsraess and this country since 1oo*.g before brings out the flavor of most foods.A hot. I the sauce and cook a couple of: "' .
bout 12 pounds of cabbage apiece early medicine men ncommended: the Pilgrims! lusted. Our ancestors neat way to keep your cabbage MORNAY SAUCE minutes. Now stir in the cheese <+1tv w t. a
every year, a ,total of more than I this vitamin-laden' vegetable as a_ are accused, however, ly modern raw and have a cooked flavor in 1 tablespoon butter and remove from heat as soon as '-i,, x
..,., cheese has blended with sauce. If :
--.w wine is to be used, add it after tr
the cheese.


.. I 2 tablespoons butter
2 tablespoons flour #

-. ii.t\ .. .a. 1 1 cup cup chopped tomato juice fresh tomatoes ,'.... '

1 large slice of onion, finely
1 clove
1 bay leaf1spring
2 tablespoons heavy cream
1 clove garlic _
salt, freshly ground black pepperto

R qT Resolve Now To Save in- '61 with Win -Dixie. 1 Cook teaspoon taste the tomato lime juice juice, fresh tomatoes -

onion and seasonings in a
Low Prices Plus Value sauce pan over medium heat for
Top Stamps I 20 minutes. Strain. Melt butter STRING OF DASS Bill Wofford and his daughter Maryare
in sauce pan, remove from heat shown with a nice string of bs caught In aa outing last week.
and blend in the flour. Return to The string ranged up to a seven pounder and both Wofford and -
I stove and slowly stir in the season- Mary were using No Alibis" for bait. Woff.rd has caught several
similar strings, with the around twelve -
V ed tomato juice, lime juice and largest going pounds.
(Photo by Cooper)
g 111 cream. Cook until sauce thickens,
ill cut down and simmer a few minI' -
I utes if there is time to improvethe
BJICONLB39 .j I' flavor. This sauce is better Sheriff's Department

when kept over night and reheated I
when ready to use.

DOt3 S TpA % cup tarragon vinegar -
Vi cup dry white, wine The Christmas holiday started of doing the same thing, Robert
1 teaspoon chopped onion with a surge of work at the Os- Bennie Prescott and Edwin South-
Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru December 31st /
ceola County Sheriff's Depart erland, transients, were turned
1 teaspoon chopped"parsley
.M Hormel I Famous t...
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(, ;lillm ffijJmm: ''Itr! ]anU!! !-E' i %4 teaspoon egg yolks! finely chopped rnent.Sheriff Bob Buckels Friday re over Palm Beach County au

I = YOUR CHOICE ASTOR Voc Pak COFFEE or tarragon pcrted the following cases. John William Livery, who wag
2 ounces butter Robert Louis Johnson KissJra- charged with burglary in 195!) ,
1-Lb. I Canned Ham salt, pepper to taste meet was arrested on assault and was returned here from Orange
T Put the vinegar and wine in a battery charges after he allegedlybeat County for sentencing He hen
Bag sauce pan with the onions, parsley, his ;wife, Elizabeth. been sevir.g time in Polk and
salt and pepper and boil until reduced William Riley Higgins, of Kis-: Orange Counties, the sheriff re
by half then strain and cool. simmee, involved in an accidenton ported.
: ? When cool, mix in, one at a time, Highway 92, north of here>!,

HOUSE' t1 3$299 ; egg Beat yolks well,and then one cook ounce over of butter.slow Wednesday Trooper night Edward was l Pennington chargedby ,-,,,-, '.<, ,-.*... -,
4 fire. Stir constantly until thick and and Chief Deputy Ernest P Murphy I "
smooth. Then add the other ounce with reckless driving and II ft' .t'l. :

I ,. ....-' of butter little by little, still stir- leaving the scene of an accident 'f\ _o-= i
ring. Finally, add the tarragon Worthless check charge were i '? ,.', : ._ J
Limit one with a $5.00 or more Food Order ', end stir until smooth. Serve very placed against :Moses Green. Tallahassee -
I Negro, and Allen Lane,
m.ll'f!!! m m.lm:111ImlJllllllIHill:! !! i __ ] lJim I BOSTON BUrr 4 4B hot.TOMATO-MUSHROOM SAUCE of Tangelo in.Orange Park.County Green was on war arrested -wJIMMIE'S-..,

1 small onion chopped finely rants issued here. r

.. CHEF .C 0 YAR-DEE MIX I 1=4RPiZZA PORK ROAST 2 fresh tomatoes, chopped George Countee, Loughrcan Negro *
D h"es _. 1 can mushrooms was charged by Trooper J.
'C 1 tablespoon! butter R. Cavey with fsilur t&-J ave ve BAR
PIE > ))0" 1 3 sprigs parsley, minced hide under control and leavingthe FEATURINGWoody :
1 heavy
cup cream
Peilte scene of an accident on Hwy.
TV.DITI ttl fowl 1 cup dry white wine 92, south of here. TynerAt
39 J l
: sout"- Peas, H\ 3 of lIS" salt, pepper to tate! Gary J. Miller, a young Massachusetts The Piano at the,
16-oz. \ :
\OC.\r.eye ,
00 A N eat \ \lentil Cook onion in, butter until golden. -
charged with
I': 3 PKGS. $1 ., i.; shot' If-Y,ou s DoY willhm''af.. and t I Add mushrooms and brown a petit larceny man after was he drove away MUSICAL\ BARTIIURSrFRL.SATURDAY
Limit 3Please Trod NeW {eorc throng hoot I I little, then add the tomatoes and from a service station without
of\oCi fh\"e j0Yon and R\CH\ dish, too t stir until well mixed. Cook briskly paying for his gasoline. 8
rEAct \\'t\ightY tastY1J SMOKED SUNNYLAND PORK 1% for about five minutes. Then add Two other men who are accused p. m. to midnight
o wine, parsley and salt and
.9 cream
ONGt,tr- l LB I pepper. Serve hot. ,

Pork & Beans lgARU ING ill3.39; Remodel Legion Members BuildingEfforts F.- r iicctg<

EXTi\f. -
\ : 39 are being made to make ev .
ANe P Pkg. the American Legion home herea
.jQO 00 t )
With B\ackey\ place that will be of greater 1'
8 $1
Cans Serve community service.
Members of the Legion have
IlflmIlIIIIIIIBIJillllI! !I !.'II!! WIJli1.! illIl'JIIlmm.lll!' fI. : been remodeling the building, located 4
on Lake Shore Dr., in sucha
r NEW CLEANING POWER ; way that it will be usable not 0 o COOK WiTH GAS
Staley Golden only for Legion activities but for
: i i many other events. f
tG1ANTa Already for instance, the Footlight BECAUSE; AMERICA'S FINEST
Theatre Guild is meeting at RANGES ABC GAS RANGES
8 OIL the Legion Hall and other civic Flexible and efficient meeting
= I groups are invited 10 use it when \. every modern cooking need. Fast.,
; [ J they need. A week or so ago, the clean controls economical or fully cooking automatic.Manual
1 IFAB Y'J Kiwanis Club held its annual J You can expect outstanding per
steak dinner there with more than formance with a d1sUnctlveCreen'
| Quart --I I, 100 present. s Fuel Gas Range
/ Bottle II New lighting has been installed,
9 ,J \ new roof has been put on the
'Unit one with fa building the front has been remodeled GREE SParks
$5.00 or nos' = Limit one with a $5.00 or more Food Order. and new toilet facilities

Food Order .. .. .. ,,,,, ... .. .,,= are planned so: those off the clubroom aFUELJ r
9i.-.','I_I'I'I'<';;,1iIQ""'1I,:,,'},"','.41-' "_ ",, .".,.".," i iftIII",'IN!.' _"" ,". '"-", JIIi''tl\ll",..,,;\ "Qj" "..'11U11"ill......" >"_'(::1IIrilll.'\\II.! iWJIIUH!;J"IIIi,"IUIIiI! '"iIIlt/l.. ", 'h.._ '11 will not have to be used.

Don Brown commander of the
Top Qaulity Red Eating '- rt' post here, says that almost daily

t' 'A P P L E S pOl YOUNG EANS Gazette a small work group on Advertising the ef bui1dil'I Legionnaires Pays are I I KISSIMMEE Furniture. ST. Co.CLOUD

WeHavelt! j t'u,11J4J.1inlf!aui e71arn'Ba

>T.H 5 4 9 ''\ 2 IbSe 39c- -; ; SPA'D I 210 SPRED SATIN is ready to use.

Bag :_ --- ,-,:.... Goes on like magic Dries in

qt latex.20 minutes Guaranteed without Washable laps 100%!

Dulaney's Frozen Top Quality Yellow 9 REn AS FOR ALL YOUR

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"' -- Home Improvement

Orange Juice MARGARINE ADVERTISED IN needs stop by

649 and let us show

I .. gal. L I FE. our complete line

H i 5 CANS 99 ? A. -::2s;'k : 29'.r PANNING LUMBER. CO. ;

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The valuable and useful sifts listed here wIiI o Exact time and day of baby's birth.
be presented by *!u community merchants: o Place of birth,sex,weight and name. .. .
s The name and address of the parents. ;'" :;: _.'
listed below to the very first white baby born ,
0 The infant must be born of white parents \
in 1961, and to his or her proud parents. in Kissimmee, Florida. l'&r; 'i'.l +.: -'" ",

Who will the child be? Watch The Gazette 0 Send entries to "First Baby" I in' care of ''." }' II. : .l1: :." .
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for the announcement of the winning. name. .. 1" ., ,' "->'
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and ITrelrn Lanier his wife, "Whoseresidences Page 4A The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, December 29, 1960
and address are un*

T ice 1 1I I known You are hereby notified that a become T61d according to law.
LeJal suit for foreclosure has CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
I BUSINESS! DIRECTORY I I entitled been I,filed cause against affecting you In all the of above yoarright 1969 This/EDWARD the Hth day BRINSON of November SOCIETY

title and interest, In and to Rsecutor l of the Estate of
THE CTOTrF COURT FOR THR the following described( PnwwtJ'Lot ; Ralph Biddle Hansell. Jr. 30) N. Randolph
MVTH' JtmCI4t CIRCriT OF 4, Block D of Best's Highland deceased: Sunday Services 11 ajn.
FLORID* I* .\\"P FOR OStEOLA: Courts Addl lon. Plat BooK! Edward Brinson Sunday School 9:30
Records of a.m.
. _ _ . .. ___________________ _ _ TV CHANCERY\ COtTT.NO. 3!I1:. HARRY sceola 1 page 325.....untT.Public Florida also Attorney Kisslntmee at, Law Wed. Night Services 8 p.....
i i V< s? Model
TZESES. PUIntlf TS. WILLIAM: General Electric Stove. Dec s, li. 2:, 23.Mj .
D1N SM1I: and NANCY DINGMAN.NOTICE No. 301Rt1 H: General Electric
C. niXGMAX and NANCY Model 870 on said property
Parks Furniture Ce.
LOANS STEEL (T WIRE MESH I HAMMOND DIXOMAJT. his wife; and that you are hereby required to Neighbors
For Prompt Repair of Yoar PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a serve a copy of your answer <;roth.r
ORGAN written defenses Carr
nit ham been Instituted attain yen upon
REFRIGERATOR. K In the above styled cause in the Chiles A Ellsworth plaintiffs at- A Birth through Sao Teens
$ALES -SERVICE above entitled Court to foreclose a torney whose address t* 133 South.Kentucky ; s
Phone XI 62171 da y e er mortirftfc recorded In Official Records Avenue Lakeland. Florida -
INSTALLMENTAUTO TI 6-8575 tights ./1 Book %,. pace 279 in the public on or before the Kth day of ''S RS TQ'J DIQtII
I LESSONS RENTALS records of Oeeola .Count), Florida. January. lUL and before or Immediately
to file with theClerk e Layette SpeetaUsta
affecting: the following described thereafter '
property: of tne above staled Court the 1 f Nursery
ta The FirstNat'lBank See Hammond LOTS 32. 83. 14 and 35 In New original of acid answer or said writ- ,
STEVE'SRADIATOR Eden on the Lakes. Unit 15. Recording ten defense j any.
On Display AtGEHRETT to the official plat Ifyo. fail to do so' decree pro
REPAIR thereof as recorded among: the eoBfemios will be entered against
of KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX APPLIANCESales publle records of Oaceola County. eah of you for the relief demandedIn
- I and Service In'KissimmeeKeller's Florida in Plat Book 1, page the Complaint 1WITNESS
KissimmeeMember 343. my hand and official
We take off and install YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat real .office at Ki..eimmee. Osceola 100 South Orange Ave
1 Federal radiators Music Co. unless you file an answer! or Oounty. Florida this 9th day of December -
c.rJI. Phone TI 6-6671 other responsive pleading with the 1960. J'r Orlando
922 Main St. TI 6-5041 GA 5-0305 Orlando Clerk of the Bald Court on or before Glenn Ray. Clerk of Circuit ,
the 11th day of Janaarr. A.D. IMI.s. Court
decree: pro confess will be entered By /Ellanore O. Jowera
Gazette Advertising Pays Gazette Advertising.Pays r-- against you for the relief demanded Deputy Clerk.
STOVES .. REFRIGERATORS In the Complaint: filedhere- (REAL)
in. Thi notice will be published Dee. 1$. 22. %I: Jan 5. .
Used [ Help! Help! once w.ek each week for four consecutive I\ THR COURT OF TUB COCXTYJIIM.K. "Now then, who's Inter- lr t1

- GREEN'S FUELS FURNITUREScwell I DOX1'J! AND ORDERED at Kl RIEDELFuneral LESESNE Osceola Count. Florida this ('OI'VT-1. FI.OKint.IN
and Service Thurmond Employment Agency d1.GLENN RAY also.known as HORACE E. liROWX. AND CLEAR
tOtS W. Church 1745 Kuhl Clerk of the Circuit Court deceased

Phone.TI C-2171 TJ 67141KISSIMMEE Home ORLANDO 933 BRACH ST.SUNNILAND J Phillip(Real) R. Kelley TO ALL MITICE CREDITOR TO CREDITOR. LEG !TEES.DJTRIBU"tF.ES. 11\I\ A New Year......a New NewOpportvnity
12 Rust Monument !' AND ALL PERSONS -
For Gas Delivery Phone fI\ O. Box 3)1) HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Privilege of Yyorship.
107 Emmett St. Kl*.lmmee, Florida AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
George Stroup TI 6-8014 BUREAU ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF You and each of you are hereby MAKE 1961
R. Davis TI 6-6903 TRAVEL Dec. 8. 15. 22. 29. notified and required to present eM COUNT FOR CHRIST
R. A. Fletcher TI 65511 AMBULANCESERVICE ORMOND A. McABEE any,claims have which against you the fir either estate of of
you may
Jimmie Jefferies! STARt [
s LAW H. F. Brown also known aa HoraceE. 1961 WITH CHRIST
TW 2-2263 (St. Cloud) vmfei Air Bus Steamship Tickets TO ALL WJIOii IT Brown deceased, late of Osceola .- -
County Florida to the County
For Gas Serrice. PhoneJ. MAY CONCERN:
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B. fcoontree TI 6-7574 .J ; Tours and Cruises OTICE to IS the HEREBY"Fictitious GIVEN Name thatpursuant Judge the of Courthouse said County at at Klssiramee.Florida his officeIn Bible Study ,_ 3:43 a-ra.

Robert Allen TI -3084 "rlsD 30 E. Pine St, Orlando, Fla. Cherry 1-5321 Statute" Section 865. 9 of the 1941 m lJtb8-, from within the date eight of the calendar flnotpUbUea.tlon YI Training Union 6:15 p...
Leo Girourd TI 7-2061 TI I Florida Salutes the undersigned of this Notice Each
K. H. Hall TW 2-6202,St.Cloudor 6-3201 who the is hereinafter the only party named InterfiledIn business claim or demand must be in writing rr Worship Services:
call II. T. Simmons, Mgr. enterprise" will present proof of !publication and must state the place and! of residence be I 11.-00 a.m. & 7 JO p.m.
of the claimant must
TIME TO ORDER FUEL OIL NOW of this Notice and register I
TI 6.2761 his
Carl W. Riedel with the Clerk of the Circuit Court sworn to by the (claimant agentor
M. J. Stanko TI C-2144O of Osceola Count Florida the'fictitious attorney, or the same will become -
For Kerosene Call void according to law.
PANY.M under which he is engaged This the 30th day of November. A.D. SOME SPEND I .
Funeral Directors ( in business at IS Went, Dar 1960. JERRY LEt, BROWN BARS I
KlfiMmmee County. I
Executor of the Estate of
Florida this 8th day of December, FIXING THEIR CARS' I
; : BAS I A. D. H. E. Brown also known as
1960.R. Horace E. Brown deceased.
.. Y. nODD \s. JR. Hurray ". Overstreet Jr. JIM WRIGHT'SSTANDRAD I
AGRICO Dec. 8. 15, 22. 29
ZENITHSales Attorney for Executor CHURCH ST. AND SMOUU AVE
MEETING P.O. Box 4>*>%. Kissimmee. Fla.Ike SERVICEMain Or.H.P
A-A-C SOT1CK OF A\M'At Amos Potter
FUEL OIL I of the 8, 15 22. 29. I
& Servicewe The regular annual meeting: & Vine at Stoplight
The Nation Leadieg Fertilizer Pure White Kerosene Shareholders of The First! National
NORMAL PHOSPHATE Bank of KisMmmee. for the electionof NOTICE TO CREDITORS
18% give Directors and the transaction of I_ the Court ef the Ctmnlr Judge,
Burns Clean TI 7-2023
y ell QUALITY GROUND such other business an may properlybe OM>eo<. Ouuty. Florida
PHOSPHATE ROCK TV STAMPS presented will beheld at the IN' RE THE ESTATE OF
,. let our Ranch and Grove Jack Bass Distributor Amoco Products offices Florida of on the Saturday bank in January Klsnimmee.7, RALPH RIDDLE HANSELL Deceased.To : JR.. We do all types

Spreader Service apply fertilizer I 191, at I-SO! o'clock P. MII. all Creditors. 'ltatlI.. ))Is- WOOD REFINISHING
and dolomite JimHt ne.8EID t R. CHAPMAN. JR.. Cashier tributees, and all Persons. having
ITS NOW FOB.KCOUUJIY Dec. 152229. Jan. 5. Claims or Demands against said

.PRICES I HEARING AID SERVICEand I The Circuit (mrt ef the MathJudicial Estate You :and each of you are hereby UPHOLSTERINGFurniture
!. and notified and required to present any
Ranch and Groye SALES SERVICE 4 (er MOUTUM.K(....Circuit..Ia C..KOHKCLOSLHB.f.,"Florida. !. (...:....rJ'. may claims have which against you. or the either estate of you.of refinishing, box springs and mattresses rebuilt.

Supplies for all makes and models CASH >O.5911 Ralph Biddle Hansell. Jr. deceased ALL WORK GUARANTEED Free pick-up and delivery :
Service THE BUILDERS MORTGAGE CORPORATION late of Osceola County Florida, tothe service.
Spreader County Judge of said County at
Trained Consultant available Tues a Florida corporation. his office in the Court House at Klsslmmee. call collect CYpress 3-4538, Orlando
KISSIMMEE Plaintiff. Florida within eight calendar -

FEED STORE ..mssAJAX" day in Kissimmee and Friday in St. Cloud. .... J. C FORT and ol..onr.FORT, his fint months publication from of the this date Notice.of the RIGHTWAY UPHOLSTERY
wife LLOYD LANIER and EVELYN Each: claim or demand must be In
PimtiINGl J 5600 Old Winter Garden Road, Orlando
I and state the place of
LANIER his wife. writing
PHONE TI $-2821hr Evenings By Appointment Defendants residence of the claimant and must I 25 years experience
T NOTICE OK SUIT be sworn to by the claimant his I I'
the best SUPPLYw < State of Florida To Lloyd Lanier agent or attorney, or the same will
\ I "Lowest Prices in the Area 4 I PARTIN JEWELERSKISSIMMEE ,



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Complete mobile welding shop all work guaranteed.Old ;. -_ .
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THREE SHOWS TONITEMtf Orlando Hwy, near Livestock Market. _!!!!!!!

U. 1 Dos 258 A e Kissimmee







Quality Counts Culvert Tile for Driveways st' a 2s. op

IS MONUMENT. NIGHT OFFICE PHONE PHONES TI 7-2703 TI 6.2f SI TI 7-2121 Septic Tasks-a size for every need. $

Cement Work-280 Csllsn Grease Traps > -
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U. S. Chapman-Vice PresidentAssistant Cashier and '
Florence N. Story_Vice Pres. Installment Loan OfficerDIRECTORS KEROSENE & FUEL OIL MONTH r -.
U. S. Chapman Jr Cashier '
Lucile Cashier LoTus
SquiresAs3t. "
Emma B. Quirk-Asst.Cashier trIo Bronson John E.Carroll BUD and JOHN'S 1.
Allen D. Carroll G.H.Prather Ellis F.Dam r. t.e lete

-Assistant Cashier U.S.Chapman H.O.Partia GULF SERVICE 3. BEDROOMS :
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. 8 ;
Each Depositor Insured Up To S1Q.040 Balance.

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DlRErrlONS.rommutinl'dirtana |HB* At No )Extra Cost cm Kissimmee Highland sign n,. ZJ y .
York Ave. at I Nth I St. Cloud. .- mile north of Kksiraraee City Limits. Opposite Ner Ilighlands a ): 'IJ,

A NEW SERVICE Iu7Scho<1. Phone TI = yj

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OSCEOLA CEMENT Alterations and Dressmaking 'S\M t e s

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