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HOW!) WAS BUSINESS? 'f0 i {""Ii&"W:;' .. 4. :'I: A Fish Story That Has Nothing To Do With
According; to a national Survey, business in general was off in 1960, : : Angling! But Left Poor Bob Facey Dangling

the year that was billed! t-s: the springboard to the "soaring sixties." ::> The Fish sisters, Marjorie and Olive who reside at Orange
There was an/increase/ in automobile production and personal :_t' Gardens, entered Kissimmee Stationers! and asked the proprietor.Bob .

income, but many companies found themselves with prof its'squeezedby ... :. :'. '" Facey, to order a book for them.
greater costs./ '" > : .'. .'<":&. :.'.... The name of the book they. wanted the Fish sisters said
How was business l locally in 1960 h.e.t, ", ," was "The How To Book of Shuffleboard" by Charles S. Haslar. _. '
i i V14f :. 1"' ":}- published by Great Outdoor Publishing Company, St. Petersburg. -
CHAMBER MAKES SURVEY, ; Facey placed the order immediately! and in the return mail
there was a package: from the publisher.
The Chamber of Commerce contacted 21 local retail merchants! ,. When Facey opened the package: instead of a book on shuffle-"
to seek answers to that question. The chamber asked: ;;ri r : board the" tome inside was entitled "How to Smoke Fish."

"Has business in 1960 been better, about the same, or off as compared .4 '"t-. Tie that fish story, won't you? -

with 1959?" --f-- : dc.c7 ,,.
The answer: Eleven said business was off, five said the same, [: /. / '

and five said it was better. .t ,.....:.: ,<:.,-, Mrs. Kenneth Duncan
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> .. Joins Parks Staff
The chamber then asked this question: "Was business during 111. ,1.1. .
Christmas better, about the same or off from 1959?" -

The answer: Ten answered off, seven reported business was > : IJ. Mrs. Kenneth Duncan, a member She worked for two prominent
about the !'ameand four said it was better. : --- of the American Institute of Decorators -I decorators in New,York City and
The report on Christmas business varied from slightly to way off. WHERE has the staff of then the staff in John
THE MONEY GOES This pretty young: lady is one of joined joined MARATHON SCHEDl) LED V six-hour grand national mara
One. merchant said his business was off from 25-30 percent. the recipients: of the dimes and dollars collected: in Osceola: Countyfor Parks Furniture Company to helpcustomers' Wanamaker in New York. thon pleasure boat rare will be held here on Lake Tohopekaliga thU
: the March of Dimes. She is Carol Elaine Slagle, daughter of 31 lr. with selection of draperies For the twelve years precedin weekend. Commodore Paul Riggs of the Tohopekaliga Yacht (Club

; WHAT ARE THE REASONS? : and Mrs. Harvey Slagle of Dellwood Park. Carol is undergoing'ex: and interior decorating.Mrs. her arrival to Florida she was the which is sponsoring the event said yesterday. Hours* for racing will
When asked why in their opinion, business was off, the major- tensive treatment at Warm Springs. Ga. and will continue to do so Duncan, who resides in St. be from 10 a.m. until p.m. dail). with time trials to be held Friday,
ity of merchants questioned said they felt the consumers attitude of until she reaches her full growth. The Osceola chapter pays $25 a Cloud, will be at the Kissimmeestore head of the decorating department the six-hour marathon on Saturday and a kilo straightaway, scheduled I
caution in spending: money was the predominate reason. Other reasons day to help Carol become: as nearly normal as possible. This money each Tuesday and at the St. of Luckey Platt and Company i iPoughkeopsie in for Sunday.
given were: increased competition a national recession, election comes from the local March of Dimes which will be held this month. Cloud store each Friday.At the largest depart- *
year, steel' strike and Hurricane Donna. other times shj can be reached ment store between :New York and

Business was off and these reasons are valid enough but accordingto at her home telephone, TWin- Albany.
sales tax collected by the state in Osceola County, business in the Kissimmee Baseball brook 2-3529. Two of Mrs. Duncan's own Boat Races Are Set
county in 1960 was away up. There was 324180.60 in sales tax collected Mrs. Duncan is a graduate of homes have been featured in American .
in the county by the state in the first 11 months, as comparedwith Smith College where she majoredin Home Magazine.Her .
284985.20 collected through November, 1959, a difference of Design. She graduated from the experience includes the decorating -I

139,204.40. School Underway Interior Decorating Division of the of banks, residences, club'. For This WeekendThree
k New York Central School of Art and a great number of mode

CREATES AN ENIGMAThis and the Clarice Saymon School of homes in the Hudson Valley. She
i involving
boat racing -
Kissimmee Baseball School op-'<(to Design. She taught at the New has also lectured to most of the days
wasn't month dur-
is puzzling. As a matter of fact, there a
crated for rookie players and York 'Central School of Art and Women's Clubs and other organiza- well over 100 boats will First Baby Makes
the sales
that tax
ing the first eleven of 1960 didn't top figureof Jack Robertson
trainers, will start its eighth conducted classes at IBM in Interior tions of that area. get under way on Lake Tohopekaliea -
1959. breakdown season here tomorrow. Decorating as wellas, adult Mrs. Duncan has been for yearsa Friday. according to Claude It Too Late For
Here is the month-by-month :
1959 1960 The school is conaucted by Sid Named ChairmanOf education courses in the High member of the American Insti- Banks, race co-ordinator." News Photo

Jan. __ .-.---._- 31,375.94 36,850.76Feb. Hudson, former Washington Sen. Schools of Poughkeepsie, N.Y. tute of Decorators. The event is the Grand National
__- ___.._... 25,243.43 32882.15 ators and Boston Red Sox pitcher Outboard Pleasure Boat Marathon\ This Week
March __.-. _- .._ 24,760.65 30,277.17April and now a Minnesota Twins coach; CommissionJohn snonsored by the TohopekaligaYacht
.. --- -_- -- ... 25673.83. 29,565.18 Gus Mauch, trainer for thp American Members Named On Club. Ir. and Mrs. Charles Town-

May _.__ .-_._... 24,165.47 28,829.05 League champion New York J. (Jack) Robertson was More than $8,000 in money, send of 206 lrury became thtiparents
June .. ..._ 23,648.21 28,635.07 Yankees, and Al Evans, former named chairman of the Osceola prizes and trophies will be givento of the First Baby of the
July.-. ... 23,839.28 27760.29 Washington and Boston catcher County commission and L. J. Harvey CommissionThe the competitors.The Year 1961. when their daughterwas
; -*- Planning
August ....m_............_............._... 28133.29 27,075.67 and now a scout for the Minnesota reappointed vice-chairman at race course has already born Monday night at 11:55at : :
Sept. ..._............__________ .....___.__.- 25040.29 26,643.30Oct. Twins. a meeting of the group at the been laid out bv a :Miami engineering the Kissimmee Hospital.In .
..............-....-.......... __.... .. 24640.32 26,221.74Nov. The Minnesota Twins is the courthouse here Tuesday morn- city commission Tuesday''.:, firm and is well marked. order to give the mother
28,464.49 29,849.22 former Washington club in the ing. .- night adopted an ordinance which To Schedule Friday the course will be open and the young miss more time
Totals: 284,98550 324,189.60 American League which will)) be Robertson succeeds Oren Brown put into effect a new planning pro- City for the trials and test r>ns by before having their picture
operating out of Mlnneapolis-St Harris Daniel, local building contractor gram in conjunction with the Florida Driver Training UnitThe boat racers. Spectators will be made the full story with a list
Paul area this year as the loop was sworn in as commis- Development Commission.At admitted free.Saturday of bountiful gifts from the" merchants
expands to a 10-clab operationfor sioner from district 3, replacing the same time the commis- state has been asked to at 10 a.m. the startinggun will appear in nextweek's
the first time. Eugene Simmons.. sion appointed a.planning commission schedule its driver testing unit for will be fired for the six-hour Gazette.
The fourth member of the staff Other reappointments were Murray to work with the Florida Development a visit here in the near future. endurance race in which more than In the meantime, congratulations -

will be George (Stud) Myatt, W. Overstreet, Jr., county a*,-- Commission in puttingthe City. Manager Harold Farmer 100 boats of all classes. and styles to the Townsend's.;;
coach: for the Mi1wauke 'Braves lorney; Otis Sellers: road supervisor plan into effect. has requested the tests be madeof will cortpete. They ;cvill) race continuously -
and a former infield'star""for".the. ; William W. Parker, welfare Members named for four year drivers of city vehicles. He explained for six hours stooping Police
Washington Senators. worLer! :and Veterans service terms were Bill Morse and Bill "The driver will be placedin only to refuel or change drivers. Department
Hudson, who has his own school officer; Edward J. Smith director Prather. Named for three year the testing unit and will be test- Some of thej 1 boats will) be hitting Clears Petty CasesAll

building on' North tHyde,.Avenue f-civil defense Ja nes."B. Smith. terms were Paul Sanborn and" Al *ed .on 'his reaction time reflexes, heeds greater than 65. m.p.h.. according petty larrency cases workedon J
said he was real pleased with county agricultural agent. and Cody. Appointed to two Je\ terms and vision. In one city recently ( f'1c by the city police here during
Neid and Enoch/7
Ed Jerzberg.
conditions the baseball park Miss Dietrich I were of the
Marilyn hone demonstration I only 22 per cent regular November cleared
and K. C. Moore for .s one up
end that 35 fledging playersand the
some agent. drivers completed course. .
Bob Best disclosed in his monthh
trainers are expected to. make J.v.. Wynn was reappointed .I term. "Our accident frequency rate Date Set For rpoort-Jtfo also reported that thr-
up the student body this year, courthouse custodian and Ernest indicates that all our drivers will
of seven burglaries:: occurring her
an increase over last season. Allman, courthouse grounds cus- Mersereau Makes pass. This will be another step in during November were solved..

todian. Mrs. Lucille iJawkins, civil Boat Honor Roll our continuing safety program" Chamber DriveDate His department. brides routine
defense secretary, was placed on
work, handled 116 incidents durinc
Two NegroesSentenced the merit system.. has Charles been named Mersereau by Popular of Kissimmee Boat- Auto Taas Now On for the Chamber of Commerce the month. His report breaks these

--p' of the outstanding annual one-day membership down as follows:
ing Magazine as one Sale At CourthouseMotor
To Dan Armstrongis boatmen of the' year in drive has been set. Accidents. 12; drunk and disorderly
the power division. vehicle licease went on Charles Dixon, vice president of conduct. 25: traffic. 9: ;"--
Mersereau who has won or plac- sale Tuesday at the court house the Chamber and membership sault and battery 5: vagrancy.
Long TermsTwo Chairman ed high in the finals of a numberof and Ed Pound, tax collector who chairman said the one-day effortto disorderly conduct. 2: grand lat-

LEAVES GAZETTE STAFF Rita Hunt, right, who has been with endurance races during the year handles their sale expects a new bring the membership up to 250 cenv. 1; 'e1t-in flirted wound. 1 : assault -
'head of the advertising department of the Gazette since 1954, has Negroes, charged Of School Board ran second in his division to Rich- record will be set in 1961. will be on January 19. with intent to murder t :
resigned to go in to other business endeavors. A dinner was givenin first degree murder lesser, entered pleasof and ard Bertram of Miami in his di- Pound said in 1959, he sold a At the present time Dixon is destruction of private property. 1':
her honor by the Gazette staff, at which time an engraved silver guilty on charges vision. total of 13052. lining up his committee members.As aggravated assault 1; and miscellaneous )
tray was presented to her in appreciation: of her devotion and were sentenced in Circuit Court Dan Armstrong was named Pound has asked those applyingfor soon as all have accepted, their 36.Deaclflne.
Leo Schumaker is above he made the here Tuesday morning by Judge chairman of the Osceoia County
as presenta-
tags here for the first time to names will be disclosed. However,
Vassar Csrlton. school board for the coming year, Masons Installed
tion. (Photo by Cooper) wait until at least the second week Dixon said the membership driveis
A Negro woman, Jeraldine Red- succeeding Ralph Yates, who declined Near For
Officers before coming in. He said this win not limited to those the
Monday on committee
dick, plead guilty to the slayingof the offer to retain his chair
Public install-tion of officers 'Of speed up the sale as about 15 renewals as other members will be Cos+-shesre Aid..
First Federal Had Grayson Trader, local Negroman Miles Sharp was named vice-
can be handled for each of: asked to in effort.
on April 25, 1960, and was chairman to succeed Armstrong: at the Orange Blossom Masonic co-operate the Deadline for the filing of applications -
the new sales. Paul Sanborn, of I'
sentenced to 20 years. the school board's annual orga- Lodge vss held here Monday manager the for cost-share assistance I;
Levi Henderson, charged with nizational meeting held at the night at 8 p.m., in the Masonic Chamber. says he has a list of 150 for carrying out eligible conservation '

I fatally shooting his wife at Nar- school office here Tuesday. Temple.At House CommitteeTo prospective members. practices is Jan. 15, Clyde T
RecordBreakingYear coossee on November 9, 1960, was Russell Thacker was reappointed that time Thomas E. Lee Start Sanborn also said the legislative Story office manager for the Agricultural !
Hearings committee under
sentenced to life imprisonment. i i I school board attorney. was installed! as worshipful} mas- the chairmanshipof Stabilization and Conservation ,
ter; Harris Daniel, senior warden, Members o'f the appropriations Riley S. Miles, is soon to meet committee, is reminding. ::.
Wallis Coy Conrad, junior warden; UlyS. to discuss whether or not the committee Osceola farmers.
ReportsDespite committee of the State House of l
Claude Tindall Named To Chapman, treasurer; aii d Representatives will be sitting in has any local legislation to Story has announced that $41.- ;,.
Charles L Koejil: secretary.: on State budget committee hearings nresent to State Rep. J. J. Girffin 900 has been allocated to this

a general levelling off in an ample supply of home mortgage Others holding appointive offices starting in Tallahassee Jan- Jr. and State Sen. TrIo Bronsonat countv for use by the farmer-elect
Polk Sheriff's Staff
: also installed. a specia' meeting to be held
business in 1960 First Federal money for lomo buyers in 1961, uary 10.State January 9 in the courthouse." ed) ASC committees in encouraging -
Savings and Loan Association of he said. Rep. J. J. Griffin Jr., farmers to carry out the most
Osceola County had an excellent Claude A. Tindall, 49,,of Kissimmee County, said: "3lr. Tindall is one Buildinq Permits chairman of the committee, saId needed conservation measures on
year, with assets increasing to He listed highlight* of First I has been appointed chief criminal of the finest criminal investigators his members wot.ld be "inviteeguests" Wallis Returns their farms. These funds will be
Federal and Loan Asso.iation's Total $32,500 %
Savings! allocated individual farms
$10,833,225.35, or 21.6 per cent investigator to serve under I kno and would "listen in" on early
above the figure of 1959, WilliamT. I960!) operation as follows: I.Polk County Sheriff Monroe Tindall still resides in Klssim- Total building permits for the the proceedings which are expect From Inaugration in 1961 based on requests now being .

Wallis, Executive Vice President 1. Net savings Sr.ireased by $2,- Brannen who took office' January mee but will move to Bartow. His City of Kissimmee issued for new ed to take about three weeks. : received Story said.
reported today. (2124145. or 26 per cent, boosting I 3. succeeding Sheriff Hagan Par- wife, Alma, and 12-year-old son, construction during the month of Bill Wallis, who served as Qs-
Writing in that institution's an- total savings capital to $9,668- I. rish. Tommy, will move as soon as they December amounted to $32,500, Civil Defense ceola County campaign chairmanfor Billy Stanko has returned after
230.88 at year's end. City Manager Harold Farmer said Florida's new Farris spending the with relatives
nual Mr. can dispose of their property hero. governor holidays -
Wallis said the law
report, Tindall born Into the
2. Savings increased by 850, or was The Tind.ills: also have two other yesterday. 'Information PostedCivil Bryant attended the inaugural at Canonsburg, Pa. lie made
record of
was by gainsin enforcement field the
year as! son
23 per cent/cnd total savincd PC-* daughters and a son who are mar- Residential permits were issuedto ceremonies at Tallahassee Tuesday. the round : trip by plane.
savings and savers, with many count holders now stand at 3,!>f,0. Young Tindall who for 20 years Bruce's 'Sunshine Homes for Defense Director Edward
individuals and families stepping: was the sheriff of Osceola County ried.Sheriff .
3. Dividend tvivraents to Smith has placed information
saver! Brcnnen took the oathof $10.000 and to M. E. Cash for tables -
up their savings programs "In totaled *32<279.49, 39.7 ner cent before retiring in 1952.: office Tues part because of caution, but also above the 1959 figure; and an all- Tindall launched his own law issued to S. L. (Lee)) Graves for County. C
because they have developed systematic time high. enforcement career as a deputy in $16,000. These tables have informationkits
savings habits"The 4. The dollar value of the home< Osceola and Broward Counties. District.Officer pertaining to Civil Defense.
high savings level, coupled I mort nifi I lon portfolio increased In 1945, Tindall organized and Harrelson And Yates They are available free to anyone I IJLtk31
vith ever-increarinj: : repayments !I to 9293591.78 at year's end, or headed the criminal division of To Address NARCE wanting one. Tables have been located !
on outstanding mortgages, assures by 26; ner') cent. the Broward County Sheriffs De Win Golf TournamentLarry according; to Smith, in Intercession I
5. The St. Cloud Office is now partment. He left the position in George F. Carnall, president of Harrelson and Claudie City, St. Cloud, and Ken- *
Movie Menu servicing nearly $3.5 million of the 1956 and returned to Osceola the Kissimmee i i chapter 526 i Yates were named winners of the ansville Post Offices, the county : I
Association's total savings: capital County to: organize and head the NARCE has announced that the: Broadway Pharmacy Tournamentat courthouse, St. Cloud city hall, and
KI""IMMRR DHIVE-1V as represented by 1400 account criminal division of the sheriff's National Association of Retired the Osceola Golf and Country the office of driver license examiner '
S.n M\.. MOB..0\Tar A*..STRIN'O Jan. R-B-10 holders. department there. Civil Employees with the cooperation Club according to George Chappel, in Kissimmee. P'L 11 "

"!STT*>OKnsnn.\ AtR MRKT' Looking! : ahead, .Mr. Wallis sug- In 1955. the Florida Peace Officers of district leaders. Florida club pro. :
"'.d." -(fELL TO KTKKMTV business probably contains in of the two outstanding peace arrangements with the Civil in the, first flight: with a 71-72. In| Senior Glass To
Fri. .nd TIlE".f.tOMFirF.VP. j.. 13.14TK7.X itself the "seeds of its own re officers in the state. Service Commission for James A. the second flight Yates edged out Present -

-KI1F. HUAMIKH -OJns" covery." Hr listed as "plus fac Tindall defeated five opponentsin Wilson, representative of the Bur Higbie. Play
Show .i.j. 7 p.m. tors" a continued high level of the May primary election in eau of Retirement and Insurance! The regular ladies' program will The Senior Cla. of Osceola
sales and production, employments, the race for the sheriffs office in Fifth Civil Service District to meet begin again Tuesday morning with : High School is presenting Rigi-
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TEMPERATURESDATE and r-ersonal income.Indicatin" Broward County, but was eliminated with Federal retirees to discuss a Chappel nine hole said.medal and low putts,I I nald Rose's play "The Life and
thnt housing may be from the race by Allen B. and explain 'provisions of Death of Larry Benson."

IILR one of the' bright spots in the economy Michell, a Republican, in the general S.2575 ((PL 86-724)) Fire This is a three act dramatic presentation .

Wed. Dec. 28 ........ .73 54 ..... : he forecast the building of election. He will be at the Leon Savingsand Wednesday under the direction of
Thurs. Dec. 29 ..-... 77 55 .. between 1.2 and 1.3 million' new Brannen announced the appointment Loan. Building In Tallahasseeat Did Little Damaqe Mrs, Ellen Come The play will

FrLDec.30...-..... 78 61 J homes in 1961. of Tindall, after an organizational 7 p.m. January 6tn and) on January A fireat 7:40: .a.m. Wednesdayat be presented on Thursday, Janu- TELEPHONE INSTALLED Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pound
Sat. Dec. 31 .. _.. 75 60 meeting of his staff was 11th at 2 at the Hotel ,
p.m. 311 Mitchell Street in a house ary 12, at the Myrtilla F. Beals right, had the distinction of having the 3,000th
Sun. Jan. 1 -._... 77 63 _._ Miss Marion Nobles arrived this held in Lakeland. Tindall is the Fountain Inn at' Eustii. occupied by Viola Rivers was Caused Auditozi m. by the Florida Telephone Corporation in the telephone installed

Mon. Jan. 2 _....... 76 4'3Tees. __ week from Batavia. New York to 33rd. member to be named by the All' Federal Civil Service Retirees -' by a defective flue and resultedin Tickets 'tau' be purchased from Shown above with the Pounds 'are, E. L. Maynard Kissimmee left, .area.installed

Jan 3 -_ 75 41 ..... spend the.Winter at the Brahman incoming sheriff. are invited to attend one approximately .$100 damage, any member of the cast or at the the phone, and Charles Dixon, Kissimmee plant wfio
Inn. Sheriff 'Bob Buckels, of Osceola i of these meetings.: i Fire Chief Arlo Lawrence the manager. x,
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Pare>> 2 The KiMimraee.Guett.. Thursday January 5, 1961 also proYo. a boos to tta 'lIblWi- grades, at least $13 a year; in Kissimmee Wins From KAST Club To Elect
eta, hi hv&; Ated. tin ninth, 41 U4l |16; in th 4 Officers
Here are some of the costs of 10th, at least $17;and in the Lyman By 43-40 Score TuesdayThe New Weight Control

Text Book Question textbooks as now paid for by the 11th. and 12th grades, at least $20. Kissimmee held off a last quar- usual pleasant half hour

I school. If parents had to purchasethe Colombo said he agreed with ter rally by Lyman here Tuesday of community singing led by Jay

books, they probably weald School Superintendent Thomas night and went on to down the Ruffner with :Mrs. Maude Duns- Food At Hunt Bros.
Answered By ,Colombo cost more because the dealer Bailey who Tuesday said, "To Greyhounds, 4340. Billy Don led more at the piano was enjoyed
would have to t\abio a profit, Colombo think in terms of spending many I the winners with 16 points. Jim prior to the opening of the busi-
thought. millions of dollars for operationof I Williams in 16 for the meeting of tae Kissimmee A new dietary weight control <, Soup-R-C. an be slowly added to
dumped ness
If free textbooks for school children Colombo, supervisor of Instructionfor then not "I
the schools and
public food. Soup-R-Cal has been developed mix
Books for teaching reading 'to losers. In a JV encounter, Kissimmee All States Tourist Club Tuesday 8 ounces hot water
abolished, how much the.Osceola; stool system the tool for" effective |
were provide by Hance Brs. and White Co,
the first grader now cost $L7el. emerged the victor, 3532. night. with a me' icaj blender or hand
would parents have to pay when His answer shows they would be learning may prove. false., econ developers o f Pharmaceuticalssince I I -
Williams 16 Rev. Donald Weldon the ,
U be (40)):
I they bought them. hard hit. but if' g.y. bad purchased amy" ( ; blender. Th neat to simmer do
would Goldman 00-0 Hood 2-1-5 Bar- Church of Christ 1855.SoupRCal 1
either the sermon-
books by parents pupils ; ; gave a
:That question was a.ked.of John The end to free text would Colombo said the problem is not boil.
have half the books BOW availableor nes 0-0-0; Simpkins 6-1-13; Win- cUe on "Looking Forward; 4nd when used as the
else the ,cost would be, almost. presently aggravated by the needto :free 2-0-4; Jerard -2; Totals offered prayer. total daily diet, supplies 900 cal-i Soup-R-Cal ,m be obtained in t
double that figure purchase books for new students 17640. Mrs. Lucy Hamlin reported or. I ones of protein fat and carbohy- five flavors. i'eara Of vegetable,
but he added, "We are not vitamins and 10 minerals cream of c icJ.cream of potato
lie explained this situation in cards. Mrs. Maude Williams reported drates, plus 9 -
textbook in KISSIMMEE ((43)): Loche 2-0-
having problems our of split and of
367 attended! the New in the"new form of hot flavored cream ea cream
the following way: county.1 4; Wilson 5-6-16; Haddock 24 -()- tomato-vegetabh
"We do not reqtttrw one book He said about ; Wells 211-5; Gehrett 0.0-0; Year's Eve Dannce and invited all soup. *
ODDS ARE. tor each child because the'classesare ) made available$10,030 to the a county yearis Messer -14; Totals 18743. to attend the Saturday night Once achieved,the desired weightcan If a complett jafly supply is
dances. be maintained by sibsti-!'! made ahead it l.1 be placed in
divided into reading groups, for the purchase of text books, Lyman 8 8 8 16 40
John MacGillivrcy announced tuting Soup-R-Cal in place> of one the refrigerator :itil ready for
Colombo said. This means that the total value of which is "thous- Kissimmee 6 11 12 11-43
3 OUT OF 4 WILL BUY half the class ea be using. one ands and thousands of dollars. the membership to be 809 to date. or two meals a day. Each can sup- use and then can t' heated to a
book while the ether half U wring The of free The winner of the Benton plies four servings per day, one simmer.
another. They then exchange question abolishing Tuesday Is Blood tournament were Frank Crowley, for each meal and one for that I Soup-R-Cal conta 31 per cent
text books eame to life again first, and Frank Borgiu second.It mid-morning or evening snack. To protein. 9.5 per cent fat 48.5
A Lot if drive through books. That means each child has I percent
they when State J. J. Griffin Jr.,
Rep. Donor Here .
the use of two books at the cost of that Day was announced that net supplement the diet certain low I carbohydrate, 8 per cent and
of pnpil. If parents Olceola-County suggested Tuesday is scheduled for election calorie foods may be eaten suchas 3 per cent moisture. oup-R-Cal,
one per such & move might make six or Tuesday, January 10th, hu been I
of officers and members must with Vita-Cal
bought them, they might have to lettuce celery, endive cucumber along a reducing
PACKSUBDIVISION eight million dollars available for set aside as Blood Donor Day in
their cards to, and of
both, Colombo said. present membership watercress plenty compound are now Bailable at
other school uses. Kissimmee. At this time persons attend. The doors will open at i water coffee and tea, without Hunt "Bros. at 114 Br.adway in
To the $8.76 must be added who
withdrawn from the
6:30: and the business meeting will cream or sugar. Kissimmee the store vriir, the open
books for social stodiee health 'Man Arrested On blood bank may repay without the begin at 7 p.m. Members are For a single serving, % cup of front. (Adv).
arithmetic, music writing, and inconvenience of going to Orlando. ._ ____:1_
asked: ioU bung pt'Ulut.: ;: :: -
science. This then brings the tote Assault Charge The schedule has
set from
There were eight present for
If You See You Will Buy! -tfor first graders to at least $!fi-18 Sheriff Bob Bur els Wednesday 1 to 6 p.m. at the Kissimmee Hos- their first time. Gazette Advertising Pays.

not including work books. reported, Kenneth Lanier had The usual ice cream tournamentwill

WELCOME at Carroll! St. in Other lower grades would be been arrested for assault and battery .appointments be played Friday at 1:30: p.m. -
about the same or slightly more. against Erwin White. ing Buth Padgett at the county The death of Floyd Fish was ,.K -.:
North Kissimmee on the Trail. In high school and junior high health office, Tilden 62771.It announced and a silent prayer was
school, minimum book costs are Florida pulp and paper mills is hoped that the response will offered in his memory. NEW FALL WEIGHT

estimated as follows: used nearly 4,000,000 cords of be large as heavy withdrawals The wedding anniversaries' of

In the seventh and eighth wood last year. have depleted the account. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick, 40; Mr. BLENRON'SUITS

and Mrs. Frank McUuire, 47; Mr.
Palm Beach
tailored by Co.
and Mrs. Fisher, 46; Mr and

Mrs. Poskin, 47; were saluted. ONLY $55.00
Since the program scheduled by
the Junior Chamber of Commercedid SHORE'S MEN'S WEAR

Serving Osceola County Since 1934. not materialize the program

period was spent in an impromptu

program of jokes, readings and .=
songs by the member.
Visiting and dancing closed a KISSIMMEE DRIVEINSUN.

S pleasant evening.
., MON., TUfcS. JAN. 8-9-10
I Kissimmee


r .... ,__ ( ON A ,
r i) :: Report STBIMTCr.A

'. : : .- By KEN CALDWELLAt Strangers When .
AS OF. DECEMBER 31 1960 ,

: '. the Kissimmee Livestock Mm owtt fiw.t..&..*$<.,..bstittx flia* AN FO-OR PRODUCTION
t, Market Wednesday, 337 cattle and
iL calves were sold compared to 343a

week ago.Slaughter.
I bulls and
t steers, WED. THURS. JAN. II 12
calves about steady cows $.50 -
: -, OFFICERS and STAFF .RESOURCES 1.00 higher and heifers strong to
$1.00 higher. Stockers held steady.

L. M. Stevens ,. Cash on Hand and in Banks ...... 658,823.23 Calves comprised about 38 per cent TO
President l of the sale and 59 per cent wentto

J. J. Griffin, Jr. Vice President ,- ;F. U. : S. Government Bands .........:: 600,000.00 Utility packer slaughter buyers. steers $17.25 ETERNITY"I

-. 1825. Canner and Cutter $12.50 I

William T. Wallis, Executive. Vice Pre sident, -, First Mortgage Loans ................ 9,293,591.78 14.25. FRL, SAT.
.. ;' -" 'e. Few Utility and Standard
1 Secretary ". :' Loans on Savings Accounts ...... 32,370.90 slaughter heifers $16.75 2225. ,: II4VE
Cutter 15 50. Canner
$13.00 illE SPfCIANlAR
Mary Haslar Treasurer $10.50 13.00. Utility slaughtercows
-' Other Loans ......................... ..... 24,117.05 $15.75 18.00, few up to J3i!
N. Earl, I Harris, Assistant Secretary BranchManager T20.25, Cutter $13.50 1655, Can- MAGNIFICENT

'. ner $10.00 14.00. nun nun COLOR i DM K ucroms nooucnx *nuuua KOSS.TAMPA
r"II' Fed. Home Loan Bank Stock ...... 139000.00 Cutter and Utility bulls $1655 INIUKMlTKUIg -

Agnes Canale, Head 1925. Standard slaughter calves ,

-. $18.75 23.00 few Goods to
Office .. .... .... ... ... 61,359.14
H. .D. Greear, Loan Officer. Building .. .. . $2550, Utility $15.00 19.00, Cull
$11.25 15.50.Common .

;. 1 Jeannette Cody, Assistant Loan Officer, ,. Furniture Fixtures, Equip. ......... 31474.34 steers $13.50 and- 16.75:Medium one yearling stocker HIGHWAY

Maxine Dawson ._P :' $18.50, Inferior $11.00 14.00.
Adults 50c Children under 12 free
Other Assets .........................;....... 1488.91 I Common heifers $12.50 U.u\1.
Barbara Yeasel . .. one Medium $16.50, Inferior $9.75 SHOW STARTS 7:00: P.M.
12.75. Inferior and Common stocker -

Isabel Bartholomew : Total Resources ......................'.J.>_.., 10833225.35: cows $10.50 1455 -

Common and Medium: stocker
calves ; 14.50 20.00, Inferior
Cora '
Stroupe .: LIABILITIES $1255 16.00.
Marie l :
KragenbHinkLetha .
f Savings Accounts ..............:........ ''. 9668239.88 ASC County Office A SALE
Ann James /
Accepting RequestsFarmers
". Federal Home Loan
are reminded that requests -
r : Bank Advances .................;...... 238,000.00\> for ACP cost-share assist-
Helena Rubinstein'sULTRA
-. for 1961]
out ,
BOARD of DIRECTORS ance carrying eligible
conservation practices may be filed
/ Loans in Process .........."...... ..... 196621.61 through January 15, 1961 at the
local ASC Office.
W. Glenn,Ray Clerk of Circuit Court, Kissimmee, Fla. .. E.County, office
Story county
Other Liabilities .............:._?.... .447.98 that
L. M. Steve/ns/ Association President, Kissimmee, Fla. -- '-.". t. : '. has manager been, reports allocated to 41900.00 Osceola Medically tested face cream

j Deferred Credits ..........!............ 4,181.40Specific County for use by ASC farmer
ip. E. Kirkpitrick, Presfdent Citizens I a t e Bank, elected committees in encourag-
-- ing farmers to carry cut the most reg. 5.50 value NOW
St/Clo'ud Fla. 350Helena
r '. Reserves .,?. ...uu............ 3,051.83General needed conservation measures on
their farms. These funds Rill' be
Frank Poffenbaugh President, Sfc Cloud Motors allocated to individual farms earlyin

St. Cftoud, Fla Reserves ......u.... 704,852.21 1961 based on requests- now be-
ing received.

J. J., Grfcffin, Jr.,. Insurance, St. Cloud, Fla. Surplus .................,.......,.. 17830.44 Rubinstein
Willian/./ T. Wallis Association Executive Vice Guild Publicity

Total t Reserves .and Surplus .!..... 722,682.65 Committee NamedBob YOUNG TOUCHwith
; .
McKissic announced the
Phillip R. Kelley, Attorney, Kissimmee\ Fla. : 'Total Liabilities ...:...............:....... l0,833,225.35 publicity? committee! for the forthcoming Hormones

'. ,. Footlite Theatre Guild Estrogenic
production Laura at a meeting

/ : : : : Brooks Tuesday Edith night.Jackson They ,include Rose Bob-Gill 3.00 value NOW ISO

+ roff, Walter Watklns: : and Dean

.: Blrst Federal ,will pay Florida i State 4'"CURRENTDIVIDEND. .. ". Jamison. McKissic\ serves as stand-
'fPER ANNUM : ing'chairman of the publicity com

i ntangible! tax-for its savers during 1961 : \J> -' ; mittee.

J*r : ...'p' Darrell Gill, vice presides of
: .. 1', the Guild, conducted the business
r// "
J meeting in the absence of Larry Half Price Sole on
Gross, president. 'Itene Dunham
/ S. FIRST FEDERAL and Mrs. Bobroff became theGuild's
,, two newest members.
Rita Lurie and Lucille Borch TUSSY WIND & WEATHER
i- : e. 1116'-- pA4 field were in charge of the Christmas
VA party that followed the short
., '. ,
'. 'H >' business session. Non-sensical gifts LOTION
't"'H.. OJ" 'If.. :. f> :. ASSOClATIONj 1 OF OSCEOLA COUNT '.,' were elaborately! wrapped and
passed around the room.
.' IT* CLOUD .- \. Homemade cookies, stocked to
"_ :.- '. .KtSSUAMIt.MEMBER.FEDERAL r. resemble a Christmas tree, were

I .. \ surrounded by delicious brownies. _s- -- .*_--
Cokes candies and tangerines were

; i SAVINGS ANDLOAN; INSURANCE CORPORATION f ( .. also Rehearsals served. for Laura will' get
; under immediately after the
1 .' r .. way II/to BgOAOWAY P11. TI 02621V
'. holidays and will be presented
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r season However'' JLk* Florence! NEW YEAR'S EVE BRIDE '<, of white fC' and Mrs. Fertic i.The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, January 5, 1961 Page ,

1 Clark and her sister, May Clark of will be at home at 225 S. W. Third

Thacker Avenue report a guest ,;: > Avenue, Gainesville after January
Church To NARCE To Install
T Baptist :
Orange Gardens Jottings which they never expect to be- 4. ..
.' ... ti '
) come accustomed According to re- Have Guest SpeakerDr. Officers Saturday

I/BY ports, a 3-foot alligator appeared Methodist Church
most unexpectedly at their front r ,. Y J. Perry Carter of Coral Kissimmee chapter 526 of the

door last week. Aiver a hurried Y..' : Activities Listed Gables, Florida will be the guest NARCE will hold a covered dish
ANNA J. REYNOLDS \1 11 and hectic consultation among Services at the First Methodist preacher at 11 *a.m. A plan has luncheon Saturday at 12:30.

/ \1 nearby neighbors, it was decidedto Church begin with church schoolat been announced this week by the Victor Fuchs, field vice president i i

-_.- t -- _\ take the animal to Gatorland tW 9:45 a.m. with classes for all pastor H. P. Amos, which will will install officers at this

said that "faith, ington, D. *C, after spending two where it is hoped it will spend a ages, including a nursery for infants bring a guest preacher to the time.
It has been happy, if not useful: life. :, :t: E: : and small children. The Pas pulpit of the church once each: .
the weeks with her
hope, and charity" are among parents, Mr. ;- : month during 1961. The North
As ter, Rev. John A. Bnley, will conduct -
attributes of Humanity. Mrs. R. B. Snyder of 652 George
great Mr. and Mrs. William C. Mayof the worship service at 11 Kissimmee Baptist Chapel is cooperating -
we approach the new// year, per-of Street. 1702 Oak Street have returned ; o'clock and his sermon will be "A in this plan also and SMITH'SMARINE
haps the one thing that many home after visiting with friends .. New Year, A New Chance". The will hear these speakers at the
us are most concerned with is a Mr. and Mrs. Ray Faulk returned and relatives in tue vicinity oJ iVy H Chancel Choir will present the: evening hour.
feeling of hope. That i is, the hope last week
after spendingthe
Dayton, Ohio. Anthem, "The Holy City" by The speakers will representsome
that 1961 be better year .
yill a Christmas holidays visiting Adams.On ; phase of work Baptists are
than 1960 particularly in the friends snd relatives in Burkbur- Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Crowley of Sunday afternoon at 5P:;, doing as a denomination. Dr. ALL MARINE -

world political field. Our new nett, Texas. They report encount- 1606 Orange! Blvd. report a rather the Youth Choir will rehearse in Carter, the first speaker in this
leaders at all government levelshave ering rough weather all the way amusing incident, or a chain of a ; the educational building. ThYout' series is. the general director of i SUPPLIES

assured us they will achieve do all from Texas to.Ocala... incidents, on their way home from ) Fellowship meets for games Baptist Retirement Centers in __ EVINRUDE
their to
that is in
pover Los Angeles. It appears that they and refreshments at 6 in the Flbrida. He will speak at the
that objective and so let cs hope of Mrs. B. F. Knapp Is convalescing boarded a Continental Air jet bungalow, followed by the MYF chapel on Donegan Avenue at 7:30: i MOTORS
for an early :accomplishment at home after having been a plane at L. A. which traveled at The p.m. Sunday. '
at 6:45. evening .
other words programs \
that objective. In patient at a local hosppital. of 617 miles with increase : BOATS
"SummitMeetings' an average speed an worship service begins at 7:30 in The new year began an
let us hope. that future .I hour. Before arriving at Denvei the with Rev. Bailey in attendance and offeringslast
sanctuary -
will be on the level fora 1960 New EVINRUDE 40 H.P.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
they were served a bountifu. brin,ng the message.On Sunday. Piano are in the
change! have as their guest, Bob's mother, breakfast; before arriving at Chicago making leaders to further increase quiet e s, t c, powerful ..
.* !Mrs. Helen McKissic.\ they were served a steak ) the itinz'e Daughters afternoon will at meet 2:30 in the by participation of people smooth ....................... SAVE

Mrs. Jane Beurhley left early S. dinner. They changed planes at th'' bungalow with Mrs. W. Collins in the work of the church in 1961 1960 New E\"I RUnE 40 II.P.
last week for her home in Wash- Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Wynne of Chicago to Eastern Airlines. Just ffItjj5 :Mrs.\ Gladys McKenney and Mis. according: to the pastor. quiet e 's, t 'c, powerful

Akron, Ohio spent a few days be- after leaving Cjfctago, E. A. L Loomis as hostesses. The Official The first special opportunityoffered smooth ............. .............. SAVE
fore Christmas with Mr. end Mrs.J. served another
dinner just by the church this yearis
Board ''iris Monday evening at H.P.
E. Cooley of 1800 Orange Blvd. before they arrived at Atlanta. extra Bible study. This: will be 1960 Used EVINRUDE 40
ino '
i bungalow.The
HollybrookNursery in quiet, e s, t/ c, powerful -
Just after /
leaving Atlanta, the Y: done the four Friday nights of
Mr. and Mrs.' Arthur Held of hostess k9 WSCS will: present a book on smooth ........................ $459.00
served another steak din- January beginning this week the
study, "Ir.ta A.I:} the World Together -
Wadsworth, Ohio: are spending ner. This made two steak dinners :: on liicsdav morning at 3.30 6th. The book of First. ,Corinthians 1959; EVI nUDE 5 Vj lt.I',
some time at their new home on and a breakfast before leaving an the bungalow. This is the first will be studied with the pastor directing :- light and quiet, gear shift

DavenportThe 1630: Orange. Blvd.* Atlanta. This last steak dinner MRS. LEON FERTIC cf four sessions and will be dirct- the study. Members of the ..... ... .............................. $14950&
ended was refused with a request in (Photo By Boudreaux) cd 1 hy Miss: Elsie McPherson. All class will report on special assign- 1954; JOHNSON 10 11.1' rugged 'I'.
holidays are Miss\ Gertrude 'Harvey, Miss favor of rolls will
and coffee. Mrs.\ ments. Rev. John Magness
there's to do Aomen cf the chinch are invited. and dependable ...... $124.75&
and nothing more
Beulah May, and Miss Claira !, Crowley commented that this was lead this study at the chapel 1 on
The Carol Choir will rehearseon
1951: JOHNSON :3 Vz i 11.1' clean
But bow the of to
way Houston Thursday and Fri- the first time '
spent during their 44- ear Donegan Avenue.
} Tuesday afternoon at 4:40: in shift ;)
and S5.50
tourists of last week in St. Petersburg married life that Rollins Weds gear
day Mr.\ Crowley had Judith the educational building The deacons will meet at 2:30
Who are rubber-necking visiting friends. refused a steak dinner. On Wednesday the Minnie Field- p.m. Sunday. Wednesday at 6 p.m.I 19j?; 3 WIZARD 10 H.P. bronze

through! . ing Circle will meet at 9:30 a.m. the teachers and officers of the I prop .. .. .. ...- ........... $66.">0 .
Special Mr. and Mrs. Belding Best of A rookie policeman was askedin Sunday School will meet for it''
and the Young Mothers' Circle in 1960 JOHNSON 5 11.1' fisher-
Lets! make them want to live Rockford, ilL, were New Year'sguests an oral examination what means Leon Henry Fertic covered dish supper followed by I
the afternoon at 3:30. llidweekpra'er mans dream ................ $:0.50
here! of Miss Esther Watts and he would to business
use disperse a threat- service will be conductedon conferences. The monthly :'
PYRACANTHA save us the Miss Clarice' Houston. ening mob.: in ireeting of the church will followat I 1917 MERCURY 3.6 11.1' speck

job of re-potting. -5 He meditated for a moment, One of the social highlights of Margaret Trautwein. They wore the Wednesday educational evening 7:30: 7:30 p.m. are running ...... .. S26J10

Bright Flame and "Red Berry Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Brisbinare then brightly said, "I'd start to the holiday season was the mar- red faille dresses and carried car- The Chancel Choir rehearses on i MSSIMMEE'S
Reg. S1.75 Now 2 for $2.99 entertaining their daughterand take up a collection.: riage of Miss Judith Anne Rollinsto
nation decorated white fur muffs. Thursday evening at 7:30 and the Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Murphy of OLDEST MARINE
\ 5.
CAMELLIAS in bloom son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Leon Henry Fertic on Sat- Serving as best man was Wil- Vesper Choir on Friday afternoonat Philadelphia, Pa, stopped last DEALER
SI.73:; value Now 2 for $2.99 Urban Labordee of Baldwinsville, A wife got rather suspicious of urday December 31st, at
evening 3.Elder
liam Allen. Usher-groomsmen were weekend enroute to Miami to visit
SILK OAK TREE these are N. Y., over the holidays. The Bris- her husband's frequent fishing seven o'clock at the First Metho- ;508; Broadway
Kendall Jowers, of Gainesville, Mis. Elsie Gngshy;
dandies 6 to 7 feet high Reg. bin's spent the New Year holi- trips. So next time he got readyto dist Church. Nuptial vows were
Thomas Fertic, of St. Cloud, cous- --
$3.50 to $;.00 day in Pompano Beach accompanied go fishing, she decided she read by the Reverend John Briley and R. L. Mathews vwaww_ R--.----=- -
in of the L. R Johns 1
Now $2.99 by their daughter and son- would go along, just for the hali- against a setting of palms and Joe Johnson.groom Attends MeetingElder I V5 ii 'I

Open 10 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. in-law. +" but. greenery. Altar vases held red Mrs. Rollins wore a brocade suit Robert L. Mathews. minis-
Tuesday through Sunday. and white gladioli and the soft
in mist for her daughter'swedding. Ad-
the local
gray ter of Seventh-day
Most of the residents of the The lady of the
Closed house said to
Monday. glow of candles added romantic
a and
Her hat, gloves
ventist church, is attending a meeting -
WHOLESALE RETAIL Gardens grow accustomed to unexpected her maid: "I understand you havea note. A of wedding music
program shoes were in Dior blue and she of workers of the Florida con-
guests during the new baby girl at house."
your was given Stewart
Chapman, wore a corsage of red Sweetheartroses. ference being held Monday to
"Yas'um, the maid replied.
organist. Mrs. White wore a beige Thursday of this week.
"And what do you call her?" The bride is the
daughter of Mr.
brocade dress with beige and royal
held in
The meetings are being
UPTo8 the lady inquired. and Mrs. Benjamin Clyde Rollins blue accessories. Her flowers were the Sanitarium church on the Flor- 1
HEATS ROOMS I "We call her 'Onyx,' the maid and Mr Fertic's parents are Mrs.\ pink Sweetheart roses. ida Sanitarium and Hospital

I! replied. Roy H. White, of Tampa and Mr. A reception was given by thebride's grounds in Orlando.
3 "Isn't that an odd name for a Joe Fertic. tR11L .
parents following) the cere-
baby," the lady inquired. Whereupon The bride, who was given in '
at the Church Educational O
mony '
at the c@st @fI. the maid replied. "Yas'um," riage by her father wore a formal Building. The rooms were bridal CARD OF THANKS

"but you see she was On-expect- gown of French imported lace and festive with seasonal decorations.The I wish to express my app.u-I
trrrZa bridal white satin. The fitted bride's table was covered witha ciation to friends for For clean, odorless even heating, you Just can't .
princess line of the bodice flowed linen and lace cloth and centered cards: gifts and many Kindnesses -
Orange Gardens into softly flared .folds of the with a tiered wedding cake. Other shown me during my recent Improve on Green's Fuel Gas heating appliances!

satin. The bodice featured a Sabr- accessories were in silver and: confinement. I wish also to Whether you choose central heating, vented wall

$ -- Civic Group To Meet ina neckline and long fitted sleeves. crystal. The bride's book was kefrt thank the staff of Kissimmee heaters, or other approved types of space heatIng .

Y The Orange Gardens Civic As- Her veil of silk illusion was heldin by Mrs.\ H. Kendall Jowers, Jr., of Hospital and Grissom's Funeral there 1s no heating like gas heating withGreen's
sociation will hold its January place by a coronet of lace and Gainesville. Home.
I F meeting on Thursday evening the pearls. Her only jewelry was a Assisting in various capacitieswere Mrs.\ Dick Davis Fuel Gas.GREENS.

5th at 7:30. Berlin Memorial Libr- single strand of pearls, a gift of Mrs. R R. Sessions, Mrs.

ary is sponsor for the program, in the groom. She carried. a cascadeof Clifford Fertic, Mrs.\ R. Elmo

which Olive C. Fish, Ph. D., will white roses. Griffin, Mrs. Leo Fertic, Miss ST. CLOUD KISSIMMEE fUEL
I review the book, "Arab Unity :Miss Sandra Lahnke, of Fort Mary Hansen!, Miss Alice Parker BRANCH OF CHURCH OF 1 1 ,kIl, I
Hope and Fulfilment," by Fayez Lauderdale, who was maid of honor and Miss Joy Ledbetter. JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER
Sayegh The public is invited to wore a frock of crimson lace and Late in the evening, the young DAY SAINTS

I the meeting, which will be in the faille. It was styled along lines couple left for a brief wedding Sunday Services. Priesthood
nil.Jimt li i i.i
Community Building on George identical to that of the bride'sgown. trip before resuming their studiesat 9
Meeting a.m.
Street. Her headdress was white the University of Florida, where
School 10
Dr. Fish, a Fellow of the Am- fur and she carried a tiny white both are in their senior year. Mrs. Sunday Sacrament Service a.m.6 Perks Furniture Co.
erican Geographical will fur muff decorated with a glowingred p.m.
1 Society, Fertic wore a smart outfit in Services held in Masonic Temple .
r illustrate her book review with carnation. Bridesmaids included powder blue. Her accessories were St. Cloud.
olor slides she made while travel- I Miss\ Ann Sessions and Miss in black and she wore a corsage KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD
s Lb? ing through Syria, Lebanon, Jor- -- -
dan, Egypt and Africa. Recently 1
retired as Professor of Geographyat
r.: Cortland State College, New

r,. York,business Gardens.A she is now.meeting a resident, group of sing-Orange INSURE WITH .CONfIDENCE

a ing, and social hour are also on
the program. Hostesses will be
Mrs. C. W. Gerrish, and the Misses
r Nora Sevison, Beulah May\ and ,
Gertrude Harvey. a


Now gives you \ Ethical FellowshipTo

rY FULL HOUSEHEATING Meet Sunday NightL. i YOU R n de ende t -_

l, A. Maclntyre of Washington,
Ir rurante AGE 1 d FIlttYls -
D. C., former president of the
American Ethical Union will -
TOU iletii
with the miracle of. address the Ethical Fellowshin

'Sunday night, January 8, at 7:30 aL L l 1R DI the Orange Gardens community 1 \
IUJJ'll1l f A IIIIIITfand house. .

His subject will be "The Ethical .
there .Movement-A\ Link With Your OSCEOLA COUNTY -
are no costly pipes World."

and registers to Install! The public is cordially invited. -

Does an ordinary heater force you to live in one or
Rev. E. J. Hood To
two rooms when the temperature drops? That's because
the heat goes out the chimney or piles up on Speak Here Sunday

the ceiling. Siegler cuts this waste, cuts your fuel Reverend E. J. Hood, Conference
bills and gives you warm floors in every room of Superintendent of the Florida Con- ,

your home. Why Because only Siegler has the ference, will be the guest speakerthis
patented Inner Heat Tubes and
built-in Blower Sunday at the Free Methodist
System. Buy it on a great
Church in Kissimmee.He .

MONEY BACK GUARANTEE will speak at both the Morn-
ing Service, beginning at 11:00

beat IP GAS HEAT! o'clock, and in the Evening Ser- AGEIti lrrnu
you tan vice beginning at 7:30. ? AGIDI? arnaK acaltInn

Communion will also be observed ... a I 11 n ... nuN nIn ... na1

clean, automatic, during the Morning Service. '

dependable and JLtipf er's Insurance Hettlnger Osceola Kathryn Herr Agency

d AVAILABLE CARD OF THANKSI Agency > Insurance Agency Insurance Agency Insurance Heal Estate

wish to thank the friends 12 Broadway Kissimmee 1012 N. Y. Ave. 0 St Cloud 1222 10th St. O St. Cloud 1114 N. Y. Ave. O St. Cloud
and neighbors of Loren Nelson
> for their kindness and floral
come in for a demonstration/ tributes. Especially Rev. Jim-

mie Cox and Grissom Funeral

Home. .i ; YQU iprahr
Mrs. Phebe Randolph / AiE i '
itm AGllii

Parks Furniture Co .I __ nIw ... nor

SEE CYPRESS abll ltt.

KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD >> W. H. Morse Corp. Nelson Realty Men Lester Mann Davis

'GARDENS Insurance Real Estate Insurance Agency. Agency

"'.f!4 wafer sti shin IoiJy 219 Broadway Kissimmee 107 Broadway Kissimmee 102 Broadway Kissimmee 114 Main o Kissimmee

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Page 4 The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, January 5, 1961 ( owner of the court gave the names Helen Ruth Stone Church Of Christ Blood\\Donor Day
and the'numberf
of those present
All Around KenansvilleBy
years residing in the court. As Passed Away Friday Schedule AnnouncedThe Is Scheduled

their names were called each drew Mrs. Helen Ruth Stone, 54, died Kissimmee Church of Christ DonL'1 lay for blood will be held

around BE'ITIE'BASS their gift. Refreshments of candy, in a local hospital Friday morning.Mrs. located one mile north on Old Dix- here Ja 10, Ruth Padgett of
cookies and hot chocolate were Stone was born in Hammond, ie the Ost 'v
sr Mike Jones, son of Mrs. Emily' and Mary of Miami. Highway 527 announces these -County Health Dept.
Jones and the late Stan Jones, is The guest list for Christmas served by Mrs. Wells and daugh- Indiana and moved to Kissimmee services for all. On this Thursdayat has ann red, and all those able '

!ome. after finishing his term in day dinner at the home of Mr. ters.Mr. seventeen years ago. 7:30: p.m.11 be the mid-week to contr .to to the Kissimmee
Osceola County the U.S. Navy. At the time of his and Mrs. Grant Bass included and Mrs. Perce Lovewellwere She is survived by her husband Bible study of John 14: 13-. Commurm: I Blood Reserve are asked

Ra discharge Mike was stationed in many relatives of this communityand guests of Mrs. Adolph Maier, Kenneth; son Rocky; sisters, Mrs. Sunday at 1:00: a.m. Bible Study to call !r'as Soon as possible.
Longwood, Florida, last week. Emma Broz, :Mrs. Clare Hawk, of classes for all The'blooc reserve:
Hawaii. also Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dollar ages. Morning Worship is kept at the
Hammond Ind. Mrs. Marie 0'
Mrs. Kate Stevens made a trip and John, son Fred Bass, the Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meshurel, and Communion at H:00 a.m. Central Flor <:a_Bi00d Bank in Or
UETHERINGTON California Brothers Lawrence
By ; -
to Belle Glade to get her grandson ,Sever family, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Glenn Park, N. Y. -are spendingthe : Sermon: "LOTS WIFE" ScriptureGen. lando.
Fox, California and Joe Fox,
little Joe Stevens, to spend i Charles Bass, Nat Bass, Abner week with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Col. 18: 16-33; Gen. 19: 2328. The donor .iy program will be

the holidays with tier.. Bass and Dwayne, Elvie Lee Pe- Senecal. Funeral services\ were held in the Luke 17: 32. held from 1 : 6 p.m. at Kissimmee -
PEAK IN THE BLACK HILLS Old timers and record keepersin Mr. and Mrs. Stevens and Joe terson and others. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Davis, Lansing chapel of the Riedel Funeral Home Each Sunday from 1:00 1:30 Hospital, 'tpg. padgett said. j

this area were called on several months ago in Henry Balch's'columnin J r., then went to Miami from Mr. and Mrs. Don Bass spent Mich. were Wednesday visit Sunday afternoon at 2:30Vith Rev.J. p.m. Everyone is invited to see
the Orlando Sentinel, for information on Gen. William Selby Harney Melbourne by train to spend the Christmas with their daughter and ors of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Sey P. Crump, pastor of the Loughman and hear the Church Of Christ Get the most the best for the
. Sen. Francis Case (R-SD) had written to enlist the columnists aid Christmas with their family, Shirley and Andy Mc fried. Baptist officiating. program "THE HERALD OF least through C ette advertising.

fa a hunt for an obituary notice on the general, for whom the highest laughter and holiday son-in-law, Boots Clelland and Glenda. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Brooks and Interment was in Rose Hill Cemetery TRUTH" over T.V. station WLOF .I
peak in the Black Hills of South Dakota had been named The State Ms. and Mrs. Cato, thom Vero, Ann Arbor Mich. called Channel 9.
and Bobby Lee and children, where sons, on under the direction of the CARD OF THANKSWe
Historical Society planned a commemorative event and was hunting ere the new owners and operatorsof Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hudson Fri- Riedel Funeral Home. At 6:00 pan on The Lord's Day
descendants of the general to take part in the program The general they were joined by their other the former B & B Restaurant.Mr. Pallbearers were George Bishop, will be the evening Worship. Ser- would like '", express our
to have died in Orlando, the former on May daughter and fanuy, the. Mel day.Mr. thanks tt. _
and his wife were reputed and Mrs. Carlos Singletonand Harold Kuhn, Raymond Yates, L. mon: "THE HOLY SPIRIT'SWORK" deepest |q those who
and Mrs. J. L. and
Thompsons of Belle Glade. King
9 1889 and the latter on Oct. 22, 1907 The general's story is of were so kind and
sons are justifiably proud children S. Harris, George Routine, Harold Scripture John 16: 1-15. helpful during
special interest to local readers, as he played a vital role in the Seminole Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hunter of owners of a beautiful new, very the Hyattsville with, their are spending I Hand. Donald G. Weldon is Minister,' the illness and Math of our
Indian Wars A spot on the Kissimmee River near Basinger was Ft. Benning, Ga., were holiday long trailer home. holidays parentsMr. Phone Tilden 6-3384. loved one,
named Harney Island for the general, and Lana Harney southeast of guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luna Sharpton is visitingher and Mrs. W. S. Olin. Presbyterian ChurchTo :Mrs. Kenvth Stone.
Sanford was named in his honor. Mrs. George Ba SQel and also Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rowsey, Mr.
sister, Mrs. Ella Story. Nearly everybody reads
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stinson. and Mrs. Harlan Holcomb, Miss Observe CommunionThe a Especially Dr. Ra. and staffof
INDIAN FIGHTER On December 4, 1840 General Harney crossed Mrs. Margaret Corley and children Kathryn Maurey and Miss Sidney newspaper nearly every day. It Osceola Hospital anti} Riedel's
Other visitors to the Baisden Chancel Choir will meet for follows
are down from Alabama also that practically
the sparkling waters of Biscayne Bay to the little military post Lumley were Christmas day dinner every Funeral Home.
A before and Stinson homes were Mr. and visiting her grandmother, Mrs. rehearsal Thursday, 7:45 p.m. at sale of every product
called Fort Dallas on the north bank of the Miami River stop guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Smith, Mr. Kenneth Stem
going up to the headwaters of the Miami River and beyond Mrs. Jack Sever, Linda, Caroiyn Ella Story. Kissimmee.Mr. the Church. tured in the U. S. and manufaC'j Mrs. R. D. Stone and son
where no white man had ever been before He was leading a partyof Sunday Services: begin at 8:30 will be made to a
90 picked U. S. soldiers in long dugout canoes At that time the .,and Mrs. George Heminover a.m. with the Sacr.::.;nent of Holy reader in these CQuntries. Mrs. Charles King
and family spent last week fishingat .adminnistered
Communion being
tall red-haired leader, rugged and cleancut erns a lieutenant colonel.
Key Largo, Florida. The Chancel Choir under the direction !-
The time was just after the vicious rampages when the Indians had
massacred the village of Indian Key, down on the Florida Keys, the seat ..Yb z Mr. and Mrs. William Coldreyand of Lester \V. Geisler will 5 5
of Dade County then, wiping it out and murdering among others, the tAlltt/lt1Il daughter, Linda Sue, St. Cloud, render the anthem: Communion
famous Dr. Henry Perrine It was to seek out Chekika, chief of the s ... Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Gleadall Service in E by Sowcrby. The Rev. & BEN FRANKLIN STORE &

marauders, that Lt. Col. Harney and his party were sent Soldiersand were Monday dinner guests of Mr. Dorr L. Van Etten will give the 10
officers put on Indian shirts and stained their faces to look like and Mrs. Wraymond Smith, Nep- Communinon Meditation; "Spiritual 10

Indians After several days journey they came upon the Caloosa if tune Road. Hunger." The Sunday School DISCOUNT PRICES
village where the Indians were taken by surprise One soldier killed f By BETTY EBY Over ninety residents and guestsof will convene at 9:45 a.m. and there

Chekika, taking his scalp, which had been promised to high military s the Kissimmee Motor Court held are classes for all ages. The second

authorities in St. Augustine Harney crossed the Everglades, shooting = their Christmas turkey dinner in service of Holy Communionwill SHEETS
and hanging warriors, capturing squaws and children as prisoners. __ ..: the recreation hall. It is one of the be at 11 a.m. and the Chancel

. This sad reprisal was due to.breeches of faith by both the Indians most enjoyalfe affairs; of the Choir and the Pastor will give TWINSIZE

and Secretary of War Joel R. Poinsett. The treaty that had been entered season. music and message as in the early
had be taken situation instead of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Nix of Jacksonville Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Makinsonand service.
into, come to as a temporary a ]139 value NOW
permanent one '. Savages angered at Poinsett's bad faith had descended were weekend guests of children of Pompano Beach The United Presbyterian Youth 99c
on the encampment on the Caloosahatchee River-and again the Mr. and Mrs. John Farmer. Wire guests last weekend of Mr. Mrs. Arrie B. Gordon for Junior High and Senior High COME EARLY
war had flared Harney descended the river into the Gulf of Mexico, Ruth Davis has returned to her and Mrs. Nelson Makinson. Succumbed young people will meet at 6 WON'T LAST LONG
and started back to the East Coast around Cape Sable, down to In- home after spending two weeksat Dr. and Mrs. Kai Jensen and Dr. the Educational uilding. IRREGULAR;

dian Key, and up to Cape Florida, where he penned his,official reports. the Orange Memorial Hospitaldue Harry Miller flew in last week in Arrie Belle Gordon, 88, of The Trustees will meet Iilonday, '

. Under that Cape Florida dateline, he recounted one of South Flor to injuries received in an automobile their Piper tri-pacer from Madison, 320 New York Avenue, Kissimmee, 7:30: p.m. in the Pastor's Study. 3X 'RUGS COTTON NON-SKIP
Ida's most important expeditions, in which he had broken the back ol accident. Wisconsin to visit Mrs. Edna Han- passed away Friday afternoon.A The Jennie Hutton Circle will RAYON 2.49 Value

the Indian resistance It had been Harneys bitter duty with rifle Mike Stanko left Tuesday by jet sen at Orange Gardens. Dr. Jensenis native of Calhoun County, meet Tuesday, 2:30 p.m. at the
and rope to restore the peace he had once accomplished by the In airline for Las Vegas where he in the Psychology Department she moved to Kissimmee from home of Mrs. J. Aubrey Hilde- NOW 1 177

dian's trust in his personal word. The crowning honor of having ended will attend a Philco Company convention with the University of Wisconsinand Winter Garden 13 years ago. brand, Cypress Shores.

the seven years of war was his. Dr. Miller in the. Electronics She was a member of the First The Ruth Circle will meet Tuesday -
Department of their 8 p.m. at the nome of Mrs.J. HEAVY 98c Value
START OF A GREAT CAREER Nevertheless, it was only the Birthday congratulations this engineeringschool. Baptist Church, Winter Garden. BATH TOWELS
C. Caddell Idora Park. Pro- TEnny
starting point of a great career In the Mexican war at Cerro Gordo, week are being sent to Lou Ofstein, It was he who made the Survivors include one daughter, NOW A7 ea
will be in Mrs CLOTH
he turned the battle into a great victory Then he was ordered to Jonnie Tregre, Cathy Lawson, Ern- weather equipment used in Explorer Mrs. Clarence Hickey, of Kissimmee. gram Ralph Moore. charge of .

fight the hard-riding plains Indians, the Sioux To untangle Indian est Barber, Penny Lanier, Butch VII. One son, J. L. Gordon, Tampa
troubles Washington and Oregon In 1861() he was made commander Parrish, Jeanne Black, Betty Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Sharpe and Two sisters, Mrs. Josie Warren, The Junior Choir will meet Wed MELMAC DINNERWARE {HL 137place
daughters nesday, 3 for rehearsal in
of the Army Department of the West with headquarters in St. Louis, Lively, Dr. Eugene Speirs, Charlie Cindy and Cathy, of Thomasville, Georgia and Mrs. p.m.
Mo. The Civil War was brewing, and Missouri was a crackling hotspot Mack Overstreet, Newt Norris, Beaufort, S. C. spent the New Year Lena Rolins,' Longwood. 6 grand- the Educational Building.The setting

Enroute Washington, he was' taken as prisoner of war, to Emma Quirk, Florence Story, Alice with their parents, the Sid Sharpesand children and 16 great grandchil- Annual Church and Cor-
the poration will be held
.Richmond, where he was treated with utmost respect, and pled with to Grissom, Daisy Gallagher, Kat George Sellmers. Meeting ,-
Dot and dren.Funeral Wednesday, 7:30 There will PLASTIC
the Confederacy His I have been in Schweikart en- p.m.
join answer: "Forty-two years Eldridge, Mabel Lake, Glenadine services were held at 2
the military service of the United States, and have followed during all Nelson, and Marian Winland. Best joyed a cruise on the Indian Riveron o'clock Sunday from the Grissom be reports from the church organi- PAILS DISH

that time, but one flag the fag: of the Union Twenty stars, each wishes to each of you. Quantock II over the New Chapel, with the Rev. Jimmy Cox, zations and the election of Elders, PANS
representing a State, having been added to that banner-during my Year's weekend. Jim and Nell Roe minister of the First Christian Deacons, and Trustees. The meet
Mrs.\ Ora Wells is returning this buck of Melbourne ing will be preceded by a Congregational 47c ea.
services, and under its folds I have advanced from the rank of lieutenant were also a- Church, officiating. Casketbearers
to that which I now hold The gpvernment whose honors have week from Bowling Green, Ky. board. were Messers. Myles, Hummell, Pot Luck Dinner, at 6:30

been bestowed upon me, I shall serve the remainder of my days." Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Grigsby Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Grove of Arthur Logsden, John McKinney, p.m.

In Richmond, he was released and all the way back to Washington, at returned last weekend from Os- College Springs, Iowa arrived last Lucian Elliott, Ernest Mach and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams of Many other wonderful valuessee
every railroad station, he was the hero of a strange ovation Riding wego, Kansas where they spent the week to spend their 10th winter in Edward Newton. Interment in
was Alachua Mrs. Charles Williams
through Confederate territory, he was obviously ''on his way back to holidays visiting relatives. Kissimmee. They are located at 120( the Winter Garden Cemetery. Gris- of Melbourne your STORE
join the Union Cheer after cheer rose from the crowds as they expressed Robert and Nina Sue Crowell I Bryan Street. and pon were
som Funeral Home was in chargeof euests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. for Low L"ow Prices
their admiration for Harney, the great Indian fighter, the great and young son Johnny left Saturday -. Mr. and Mrs.\ Robert W. Taylor -
advance of the American frontier, who first tasted greatness in an expedition for their home at Dayton, Ten have returned to their home .at arrangements. John B. Farmer on Fish Lake.

up the Miami River. nessee, after spending the holidays Warren, Ohio after spending the

with Nina Sue's parents, the Henry holidays with their aunt, Mrs. Walter .

Mrs. Leah Imbody is spending Miss June Rogers left Friday Simmons. B. Powell at 827 Royal.

her 31st winter at her home on morning by plane for a two weeks

Sumner Street. She was accompanied visit at Pasadena, California. Among who are members of the All States
by her son Wayne, and other sights of interest she Kissimmee; Motor Tourist Club attended their New

grandson Bruce, 16, of New Bloomington planned to attend the Parade of Court NewsBy Year's Eve party Saturday night.

Ohio. Roses Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Gleadall

were Monday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Wraymond Smithon

6rTD4 and Mrs. Jack McNall celebrated -
Robert Wells .
9 and Robert. Freeman
their 46th wedding anniversary
of Brunswick
Ga., were week
0 A Job. n. Perry New.paper December 31st.
end of
guests Mr. and Mrs. Larry
N AC11vE Ill Mr. and Mrs. Perce Lovewell, Wells.
S/i rntMt y Offices: 24-26 Stewart Are. Mr. and Mrs. William Eichorst .
0 0 y Telephone Tilden 7-23S1 spent Monday in Orlando.Mr. It is a. pleasure to report the "

00 X96( and Mrs. L. P. Steinel Sr., winning of shuffleboard tournament -

al'IO N rn Entered the Post as Second Otllce at Class KUsimmee.Mail Matter Fla. Madiera Beach, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. trophies. Two of our residents : ; '. l lk
Steinel Jr. children of Akron were winners. Mrs. Ed Hansen -
and ,
Published Ohio of Mr. won fourth place at St Cloud : : r i
Thursdays at Kissimmee, Fionas were Tuesday guests f .
and Mr. .
and Mrs. William Ross, parentsof Hansen wo.i second placeat yS
Winter Haverf. ,
Congratulations yM00YK
Mrs. Steinel Sr.
LEO SCHUMAKER Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hudson Quite a nice crowd gathered at

.. Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION were Sunday evening guests of the recreation hall for the yearly
dance and New Year's Eve Watch ,,, hl
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Jacobs of Orange
Gardens.Mr. party Saturday evening. Mr. and .T 4rG
Mrs. James Wells hosts. Refreshments .
RATESSix and Mrs. Ewr Kenney of

months, $2.50; one year, $4.00; two years. $7.00resolutions Lansing, Michigan were Sunday of sandwiches, cookies
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad and punch were served by Mrs s
Seyfried. Wells and daughters. Little Robin

Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Brown Wells was dressed as Miss New
Year and at the end of most
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
I and Mrs. Harley Moremus.Mrs. enjoyable evening all joined in 1Fb /l lS
singing "Auld Lang Zyne." 0
James Hanrahan, Mrs. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Marian Brown of '
:= Mary Wicneck and Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Olson of Vero Beach were Harrisburg, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. '

visitors in Orlando Monday.Mr. Charles McCarty o* Clifton, 111, G a A
Mr. and Mrs.' William
Hemenover ;
and Mrs. Thomas Mann of
z of Clifton, Ill., Mr, and Mrs. Ed .. :
Chicago callers
were Wednesday
Hansen of Bird Island, Minn. Mr.
of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Balding.Mr. .
and Mrs. Robert Galt Baltimore -
last and Mrs. Fred Archambaultand

.. were Mr.Sunday and Mrs.visitors Alonzo in Orlando.Mr. Diabolt. Valentine, Md.of, Mr.Fostoria and Mrs.Michigan John, (Range of horsepower choices from 110 to 155))

Misses Grace Minnie Davis of
and Mrs.. George Hemin- '."
w over and family returned Goran, N.Y., and Mr. and Mrs. -. .. .. \
Monday .
Take out the !" --- -- -'-' '
: a Tempest on highway and it
0 iw night after spending the past AlvinRabideau of Clifton, Ill., put through -j
week at Key Largo fishing. Their arrived during the past week for its paces. This car is a whiz at moving into fast-stepping ,

.J> daughter Pam and houseguest, court their winter resilience at .the company on an expressway. Takes you from a standing

Miss Sharon Dahl or Clifton, III, start to a safe operating speed in seconds.
left I.. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Seyfried : gets you up
by plane Monday for their .
hill in
Christmas a steep high
borne. IMi were day dinner guestsof ; gear.

and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Seyfried, 'i '. .. .
were dinner guests of his Hudson brother Cocoa, Florida.Mr. Run the Tempest over the roughest road you can find. It __ '
: and Mrs. Charles Stevenson rides like the big ones because it's balanced '
and sister in law, the Kerb Hud- The engine'sup _
sons, Monday.Mr. spent Christmas with their son, Mr. front-the transmission in the rear. And it's got

MAKE A RESOLUTION to' meet your and Mrs. Berl! Kurfis of Orlando.Mr.and Mrs.. Charles A. Stevenson in independent suspension at all four wheels. Tires dig infirm THE HOT TOPIC IS THE NEVV

friends at our soda fountain. Enjoy Mrs Pemberville Frank, Burkholder Ohio and of Mr.Lucky, and, and Mrs. Theodore Horn on_ curves and turns., Full .15-inch, wheels make car TEMPEST BY PC ATIC

a refreshing snack while shopping Ohio were Sunday dinner guests ing Christmas, Kissimmee day, Mr., entertained and Mrs. Roe on look big. Tires last. Brakes run cooler.

of Mr. and Mrs. A. M.. Collier .
a coffee break while working. Mrs Horning. Before it hit the market
.. Mr. and Cheater Worthing Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hudson hadas Tempest had 3,000,000 miles of
t were Saturday afternoon caller their Christmas day dinner : testing by engineers, pro drivers and a team of teenagers. .

I of,)Mr.fro and and Mrs.Mrs.Jack-Fred McNall.Bevis of guests, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Place -, 'Its reliability checked out 100%. Owners have rolled up

I Richwood, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs.\ Hudson Albany, Mo.and, Mr.Boone and Hudson Mrs. K., Or L. : ,? millions more. The only kick is the one it puts back in D' '

Harry Allen of Bradford, Conn., vosso, Mich. J"- ; 'driving.. Try it!
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Osmun -s
The Christmas and S
party gift .
? were callers on Mr. and Mrs. William exchange for the residents of the THE NEW TEMPEST IS SOLD AND SERVICED BY YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED PONTUC. : DEALER

o Ross on Saturday evening.Mr. Kissimmee Motor Court was held
and Mrs. Bert Hillsgrovewere Christmas Eve in the recreation / .

Ilk BROADWAY PH. TI b2b21 Monday evening! dinner halt The singing of carols fc) .. ROONEY PONTIAC INC.0 .- -- .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rovr- the group followed by a shorfpro- '" :: : "; ,. '
,J "
sey. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Holcome gram of music and the reading of '. _: .'. -\0':

end Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hansen were Peter Marshall's Christmas story, ., .'10 EMMETT ST. PHONE Tl -- 6-390L .' : : ; :: .
additional evening guests. "Let's _' a; : ; .
Keep Christmas ,
t' '- -- by Mr. -- :: c : : :- !l.r. -
--': -a -- ... Several residents of the court Harold GleadalL Mr..James Wells,. _, _, .....' ._- .' :



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J. the school board, was top vote | of a heart attack R. E. there was some moaning and Elks Plan SpecialEntertainment I The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday January 5, 1981 Page SI
ReviewWhen getter in a field of three, his (Stuckey) Lucius! died Construction groaning from people who had
Year I .
In opponents being Duncan MeF&rland | started en the Homes never seen"a tax bill before, the j I

and Art Dyer, and went on .Parade started by the Osceola only real bellyaching came- from This Thursday eeningJanu- Garden Diggings'
When Sunday rolled around, I i). C. Tyson Ezra Taft Benson on to win the second primary Builders Association Hurricane a small group of gripers who ary 5, 1961 the Kissimmee/ Elks I IWithout
did 1961. secretary of agriculturefor The Elks Club reported a j Donna gave ,the county its still have a tax suit pending in Lodge No. 1873 will offer special: :
What happened in 1960? / the .United Staees, spoke at membership of 450:> Mrs. D. first real tropical 'storm in a circuit court James O. entertainment for the regular S by Duke
A good question. Jo the Church of Latttr Day Saints L. Autrey was named "First decade with widespread damage Rooney of Titusville bought the Steak Night from 6 to 9 o' clock.
Let's see. at Deer Park Politics in the Lady of the Year" by the city's Jack Bass opened his fuel local Pontiac agency Fire In order to give wellearnedrest a bit .of doubt, no on"ocares will get out of their antiquatedbuck
JANUARY city warmed op with Jess Wilder two sorority chapters Jim oil service J. C. demons Chief Julius Smith announcedhis to the ladies of the Auxiliarywho how I spent last new year'seve board processes of land cultivation -

Mac Kersey was the first Thacker and Bill lieeren qualifying Clay was elected Lions Club was named head of the Osceola retirement effective January generally serve the meals at but in case some poor trusting and take to the Jeep mean
born in Osceola County in 1960 as candidates!! for mayor, president Bob Cro\ ell accepted High School Athletic Association 1 and Arlo Lawrence was named the Qlub, the members of the soul does, it was far off in the
Oren Brown was elected tad Bill Morse, Mike Stanko, the post of city managerfor Pete Mahler and Milt as his successor The Rev. lodge entertainment committee will woods-down at Camp Lonesomeand that they do use for traveling.
chairman of the county commission Jim Clay, Bob McKissic and Art Dayton, Tennessee The Binstock announced the opening Handel Brown of St. Cloud hada take over the chores of servingthe let me assure you, that nameis Poor grass on poor soil and just
Russell Thacker was Scalli as candidates for city Osceola High School Band excelled of Pleasant Hill Ranches book published, "A Recipe fora steaks for that evening. And about as apt as a Florida find one place for me that has
named school board attorney commission Winners in the at state contest in St. The Ben Franklin store openedin Merry Christmas." they are promising efficient and Cracker could ever think} up, it been repeatedly burned that isn't?

Kissimmee Baseball School opened annual race were Mrs Thacker, Petersburg> Ellis F. Davis Sunrise Shopping Center. DECEMBERa courteous service, besides unique fits. The only critters about were I dare Poor grass sure does
Stanko and Scalli win- and The level Lake snakes, gators, rabbits, armadillos, you.
its eighth season By resigned as city attorney of Tohopekaliga Merry Christmas' Fire entertainment features. iW regular raise poor cattle the ribs
George Chappel joined the: golf ning the irtayor'a race, Mrs. Phillip elley was named his reached a new high.OCTOBER. Chief Julius Smith announcedhis steak nights have been very rats, and woods. So 1 got out at skinny ,

club as pro C. B. Crum celebrated Thacker became Kissimmee'sfirst successor N. Ray Ccrroll, retirement after: 44 years popular throughout the past midnight and whooped up a Sem- poking out like a piano keyboard.
his 100th birthday, and lady mayor A week offcolid president of "the First National E. J. Pancer, former mayor aid and Arlo Lawrence was named months and a large number of inole Indian war dance yelling a The rate of growth in popula-
rain pushed Shingle Creek Bank of Kissimmee and former members "Happy New Year to little tion is conservation
still spritely, will observe his died Joe Sheppard his successor, effective Janu- and their families is ex- you bringing; ever
101st on January 14 .Basketball o but of its banks and caused state senator, succumbed city manager of Tampa the first- ary 1st.Hunt pected for the evening.On critters." It was a marvelous per- closer to an absolute necessity.In .
floor was completed at the flooding in some areas of the Ary Story, former county commissioner held at the airport Brothers observed their Saturday evening, January formance and should be put on all things-It is only a matterof
livestock pavilion Florida county Gubernatorial Can- from Kenansville, sports under cat, the race sponsorship of the 15th anniversary Orange Bowl 7, 1961, the regular Family Night Broadway if I do say so myself.A years when it will be necessary
Telephone Corporation an. didate for Governor Farris died Three men and a wom- with a Fried Chicken dinner will repeat performance will be put I for us to cultivate the oceans in
Osceola Golf and Country Club Kissimmee's first bowling
nounceti plans to build new Bryant visited the city and con- an were jailed as Sheriff Bab be held from 6 to 8 o'clock. And on this )'ear-so Camp Lonesomeand order to feed man. You might as
a Membership in the Elks Club top- alley, opened to capacity business
ferred with his local campaign his officers brokeup l gators, get ready. well start getting accustomed to
building on Broadway Com Buckels and ped 500 The 111" annual Boat- The Chamber of Commerce again lodge members will be on you
pleted records for 1939:> showed managers, Bill Wallis and Rep.J. a theft and narcotics ring a-Cade was held Dorothy sponsored the annual l Christmas hand to serve the meal, instead of Not too long ago, several weeks eating seaweed. People have gone
great growth in the city and J. Griffin, Jr. working in the Crossroads section Purdy said there vns 9,600 per- parade Horace Brown, fatherof the ladies of the Auxiliary. The though, I had the most wonderful hog-wild over drinkingboiled down
county. APRIL of the county. sons eligible to vote in the November county commission chairman regular social activities will follow experience. I watchea and counted ocean water, so why not?

FEBRUARYDr. Joseph C. Cadell succumbed JUNE election The United States Oren Brown, died Mayor Jess immediately after the dinner. The 22 Whooping Crates gain, into So a happy new year! to one and
lodge entertainment committee is their night roost. It is to all, do be careful careful. I still
Osceola School good
Derald High graduatedits
:r opened an Tupperware observed its ninth Marine Btnd appeared at Tuppper Thacker returned horn a visit to
office for practice hereState anniversary Benton's Jewelry largest class, 78 seniors ware Pavilion under the sponsor- Europe and the Near East formulating plans at present for know that there are still a number think we need to go back to bug-
Business Professional Wom- the entertainment features of the of them bout, thanks to the very 'gys to cut down on the crazy high-
School Superintendent Thomas D. opened in its new location and ship of the Rotary Club and Bill Joe Pipkin joined Tuppenvare's
Bailey spoke at a Youth Benefit John Davis was installed as ex-. an's Club members from all over Jones, son-in-law of Mr. and Mr::. public relations ana advertisingstaff coming weeks and the memberswill diligent work of conservationists.Why way slaughter. So be careful.

banquet sponsored by the Rotary alted ruler of the Elks Club the state drove in a motorcade L. S. Harris, was featured baritone Four persons died in a be informed of the activities will some people go out and '"
Club The Rev. burr Van Etten Dorothy Purdy, supervisor of registration here for a barbecue and to look I soloist and master of cere- St. Cloud fire and Jane Lea Con- through the local press and the kill just anything to be shooting.It Sheriff Arrests Man
became pastor of the United Pres- announced Osceola Coun- over a potential site for a retire- monies .Hinton Bradbury I i)3- nelly waS fatally injured and her lodge bulletin. is a crime against nature.
byterian Church Miss Janice ty had 8,970 persons eligible to ment home, located on the eastside c&me a producer for Smiley Bum- mother sustained critical injuriesin Due to the fact that the Presi- Conservation. What a large On Morals ChargeSheriff
Samuel was named queen of the cast a ballot in the May elections of Lake Tohopekaliga ctte! the cowboy comic Tupperware two accidents that marred: the dent of the Florida State Elks word. It breaks my heart almostto
Silver Spurs Rodeo Footlight A survey team reported that Hunnicutt and Associates completed awarded a bunch of Dan I holiday season for t/sceola County Association, Mr. Charles H. Peck- see some of the ranchers still Bob Buckels yesterday
Theatre Guild was vnartered the March floods in the state did the revaluation program of Autrey Fords to deserving man- The Vine Street Merchant's elis, of Fort Pierce, will make his burning their pastures. When will reported the arrest of David Law-
Larry Rogers, former publisher of damage of 20 million Pete Osceola County real and personal agers Thousands attended the Association sponsored a Christmas official visitation to Kissimmee they fully realize that they are rence Burke, 22, of St. Cloud, on
the Gazette and prominent Florida Hunt was named! chairman of the property for tax purposes Homes on Parade sponsored by celebration that was a big success Elks Lodge on Tuesday evening, depleting the soil of food value a charge of child molesting.The .
attorney and citizen, succumbed 1960 cancer drive Bill Baileywas Kissimmee's census count totaled the Osceola County Builders As- Tohopekaliga Yacht Club an- January 31, 1961, the monthly initiation for their cattle? It would be much sheriff also said Murray
6,845 Art Higbie named ceremonies will be ad- better to take a plow on a tractor Parker, of ,
Senator Irlo Bronson and Rep. I named administrative assist- was sociation Dr. Pepper came. to nounced that national boat races Leesburg was arrestedin
J. J. Griffin, Jr., announced they ant to City Manager Harold Farmer executive secretary and vice-pres- town. would be held this week, and Sells- vanced a week, to January 24, and turn that ground over, so that Lake County on an Osceola
would seek re-election in the May I Mrs. Vera Miller succumbed ident of the Florida Cattleman s NOVEMBERTom Gray Circus played here last: week. 1961, when fifteen new memberswill the humas would remain in the warrant charging worthless check
primary. Jackson Furniture Company Association with i headquartershere All in all, it wm an eventful be admitted to the Lodge. ground. Some day! Maybe. They passing
and Barbara Kessler
MARCH opened The Osceola County The Rev. John Briley i )'ear.
became pastor of the First Methodist -I opened the Jo Mar Shop in Sun- I I
Builders formed
Lindsay Stevens was named Asociation was rise Shopping Center .The Main Street Gets
industrial build- Church J. C. Tyson resigned -
of A new arts
president the first Federal
Savings and Loan Associationof ing was started at St. Cloud High as superintendent of public Peterson Republicans top spot voted in Nixon the county and, Escaped Convict Is Face LiftedA KEROSENE & FUEL OIL
Osceola County, Phillip R. School. instruction, asking Governor Collins new face is being put on Main\
to no avail A survey showed RecapturedAlbert
to appoint ,iBili Stephens as St. buildings in anticipation of wid
Kelley a director, Jim Greear MAY "' <$ Dcnna's damage in the countyto BUD and JOHN'S
his successor: immediately insteadof ening of the street the State
loan O. Partm awarded by
officer and Earl Harris Henry was -
be $467,635.19:);) Kissimmee Polo, 23, a white man
the Florida Medical waiting until the end of his Road Department.
assistant secretary of the coun- Veterinary Hospital expanded its facilities serving a five-year term for armed
wide Association's distinguished term at the end of the year Already a grocery store, shoe repair GULF SERVICETI
ty financial institution .
by opening a clinic in Tangelo robbery, was captured Thursday 8
Mrs. Nell Bodiford in
killed shop, small
service award was shopping center
Plans in ceremonies at
were announced for build- Park after his
and McCror o completedits night escape from a.state
the an automobile'accident just northof and a doughnut shop have new
Florida .
ing Highlands Elementary school University of
interior remodeling W. prison road earlier in the day.
R. Elmo Griffin prominent insurance the city Fairlawn Manor\ fronts of tile, aluminum, glass ands 6-5842
by Supt. of Public Instruction
C. Bratton Polo
executive, succumbed to Homes held on official opening won the Homes on' according to authorities, i stucco.
Parade prize of $1,000 certificate also wanted in other of the
Dick Makinson Wysong modern
a heart attack .The Little resigned as Bldg., a
League started a new season chairman after originating the offered by the Osceola state in connection with narcotics center for professional services, PROMPT DELIVERY DAILY AND SUNDAY
In the first primary Gubernatorial annual boat-a-cade and heading County Builders Association. charges. He is from New York. has resulted in the tearing down of OPEN NIGHTS 'TIL
Milton J 10 P.M.
Folds spoke zt the annual He was charged with car theft old
Candidate Farris Bryantled it up for 10 years and Claude one structure. An insurance
c the ticket W. E. Pound Banks was named his successor chamber of eomn-jrce banquet following his capture near Narco- agency has remodeled an old resi- USE YOUR GULF CREDIT CARDGRA.ND
defeated Jack Bass to retain St. :John's Episcopal Church Tax bills went out under ossee and has been placed in Osce- dence to make it a modern attrac-
e k.IS the new assessment and while ola county jail. tive office
L his post as county tax collector became a parish after 58 years building.
I ; Oren Brown defeated Luther Contract was let for the paving of

: !' Lanier and L. J. Harvey bested Bermuda Avenue. I I
\ Joe Overstreet and J W. Webbto JUL-k
retain their spots on _the Rjley S. Miles\ after serving
county commission Harris Kissimmee many years as commissioner -
: Daniel a newcomer to politics and major was named
defeated Eugene Simmons for chairman of the Central and
I. JIMMIE'S BAR county commissioner from district South Florida Hood Control NATIONAL

FEATURINGWoody three *. C. Tyson, District Bernard Cohenourwas
I l 1 running tot-re-election for superintendent named city finance officer
.I. Tyner of public instruc- John Colombo, elementary
At The Piano at the tion, polled more totes than principal, was named general

I MUSICAL\ BARTHURS.FRI.SATURDAY either of his opponent Bill supervisor of O-cola County
Stephens and Stephen Sharpe, schools by the school board .
If but was defeated in the second The City of KLssimn held an 6 HOUR"MARATHON PLEASURE BOAT RACES
8 p. m. to midnight primary Ralph fates, seeking open house and barbecue to
re-election as member of show to the publi its completed
$1,310,000 utility expansion: program I

i.; BOWLING SCHEDULE the Barbara Little. .Britton League The AUGUST Licus, pennant.Edgar Club Bergen won JA N U A Ryt 6 7 s. 8. YACHT SPONSORED CLUB BY THE TOHOPEKALIGA

and Charlie McCarthy\ add Morti-

.f mer Snerd highlighted personalities !- .

J,'I.fI f, MONDAY 10 6:30 a.m.p.m.- -6 12 p.m.p.m.OPEN TEAM BOWLING BOWLING nual Space"attending Jubilee as its, theme which Tuppcnvare's.had. Ground"Outer an- .ct .'';;; "';. i; -fi,4 ; :;;; ... L : !:,r.! :::t Y..>AI'x. : t.y; i.;B' :y..

10 ajm. 6 p.m. OPEN BOWLING wasbroken for Highlands Ele- .. :. ...!' ... '" ....0. .. J -. ,.. ( '. < -
TUESDAY 6:30 p.m. 12 p.m. TEAM ,DOWLINGITVDNESDAY mentary School Louis Feuer- : ti : ;: :: '' } : ;. :' ,<. .,.' rn '
stein was named principal of the! ; ; : !:; : :' r t \ : : / : ;

\ t 10 a.m.-6 p.m. OPEN BOWLING elementary schools The Kiek- ; = crt : { ',. ,
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6:30 p.m.-12 p.m. TEAM BOWLING Corporation completed its : ; :
new plant in St. Cloud Bill :
10 ajn6 p.m. OPEN COWLING Barber, former county tax assessor I t !

THURSDAY 6:30 p.m. 12 p.m. TEAM BOWLING died, Edna Cotton openedher 1 fp ,
Mode O'Day Shop in Sunrise
Shopping Center.

FRIDAY 10 a.m. 12 p.m. OPEN BOWLING Brooks SEPTEMBER Sloan died at OrmondBe A' Me

ch Albert Parrish died

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6 The Kissimmee Gazette] Thursday, January 5, 1961 i Sessions' Mary Summerlin Mrs. W. L. Paulk WSCS To Begin Book Susannah Wesley :ward and Thinking Forwardorteen ."

Wedding PartyDr. Circle:Met Monday Entertains CircleThe Study TuesdayThe Circle Met Monday tot > Mrs. Arthur members Paul and and two MissK" visit

Woman's Club Hears sions. and and Mrs.their Raymond daughter R., Ann Ses-, Mary Summerlin Circle of the Betty Paulk Circle of the WSCS of the Methodist The Susannah. Wesley Circle of 3" ,rine,- Martin Allen,invited were present.the ciirle

were hosts on Friday evening ata st-Church met Mon First Methodist Church'met' Monday Church will begin a book study, the First Methodist Church met to I -t at her home for the Feb-
delightful buffet supper preceding day afternoon in the church bungalow at the home of Mrs. W. L. "Into All The World Together" on Monday evening at the home of ruat meeting.

Of Tea CeremoniesThe the rehearsal for the Rollins- with 14 members and 1 visitor Paulk with thirteen members pres- Tuesday, January 10th at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. William Skinner.

Fertic wedding. The spacious Ses- present. As a part of. the evo- ent. Mrs. Phillip Smith and Mrs. in the church bungalow. Sessionswill Mrs. H. Hale, circle chairman, New CalledTo
., sions home on Lakeshore Boule- tional, Mrs. S. A. Willis read an interesting E.'E. Stevens acted as hostesses.Mrs. be held each Tuesday morning presided over the business meeting Pastor
Kissimmee Woman's Club of the two hour long tea ritual of vard was festive with holiday decorations poem, "Why we don't Henry Papenhagen, Chair from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. for four during which plans were made fora Intercession. CityRev.
met Thursday'Jan. 3rd. at 3:00: Japan. It originated in the 14th also carrying out the red go to Church", as as seen through consecutive'weeks. bake sale to be held Saturday,
and white color scheme used for man, presided at the business Meeting January 14th. 1 I. D. Stoddard of Bing-
the of small
at Hart Memorial Library.Mrs. century, by Budhist Priests, and ; eyes a boy.
p.m. Carl Kenton called the the religious feeling is still apparent the wedding. i Mrs. John Thoman told how with Mrs. A. S. Andrews in Miss Elsie? McPherson be the Mrs. Alice/Martin, chairman of hamton, '. w York, a retired missionary -
Miss Rollins and Mr. Fertic gave ; of the Methodist religious, charge of devotions. leader and those taking part in the missions, ,
meeting to order, with Mrs. Luther today. The ritual was to many gave an interesting account strict superintendent
Cody leading the devotions. She inspire mental composure, poise, gifts to their attendants and the educational and medical institu- Mrs. Phillip Smith, program first session win be Mrs. H. F. of the progress of "The end pastor! will begin his dutiesas
read a New Year's poem by Martin 'grace, etc. Even the cups are decorated young couple was given china in tions have materialized from leader. introduced Miss\ Elsie Mc- McPherson; Mrs. Earl Clark; Mrs. Organization of Latin American pastor the Christian and
their chosen pattern by the hosts. dreams of Christian workers. She Pherson. She spoke briefly Methodists". Devotions
on givenby
Peter Marshall were Missionary
Gallin and a prayer of to inspire contemplation.Mrs. John Biiley: Mrs.\ H. II. Lad J \Hiance of, Interces-
used at the opening of Congress Craig also displayed several The guests list which was limit- also answered the question, so of- "One Work! One Mission", and ; cn; Mrs. R. Suhl, who used as her sion City Si !3y January 8.
1947. beautiful 'cups, explaining the use ed to the members of the wedding ten asked. "What is a Deaconess?" "Into All The World Together." Mrs. Robert Skinner; Mrs. Rents theme "Recalling Our Heritages Pastor Car joscphsen> former
Mrs. Kenton announced that the of each one. Of special interestwere party included, in addition to the !Mrs.\ Gladys McKinney reportedtwo During the social hour, tea, cof-- Olson ann Mis Philip Smith. and Expanding Our Horizons". pastor resigi and preached his
laTch of Dimes" party is still in the Suicide cups. honor guests, Judith Rollins and circle members, Mrs. Jennie fee and cake were enjoyed by the All women of the church are in- I Mrs. Skinner presented the pro- last sermon .. Intercession City
the planning stages, and to watch Hostesses were Mrs. Roy Pren- Leon Fertic, the parents of the Allen and Mrs. Mary Pevirre, ill. group. I vited to attend. gram. Her theme was "Looking I I lust Sunday.
bride, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
the paper for further information.On tis, Chairman, :Mrs.\ Lester Ivey, -- -- --- ------ --
Clyde Rollins, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- ....
Jan. 13th., Mrs. Kenton plansto Mrs. T. D. Rightmire, Mrs. Mary I :
I dall Jowers Miss Sandra Yahnke,
to Orlando for a Directorsand Richardson, Mrs. Emily Bast Mrs.
of Florida, Miss Margaret
Presidents' meeting. W. J. Thomas, Mrs. Jessie Klein-
Trautwein, Mrs. R. Elmo Griffin,
Guests attending were Mrs. Melvin man, Mrs. Jack Marshall, Mrs.
Reverend and Mrs. John Briley,
Smith Mrs. Myron Doles, Mrs. Mathilda Winter Mrs. Leona I (1tE LOW lOW PRICES
William Allen, L. R. Johns, Joe
Rice Mrs. Hugh Atkin and Mrs. Farmer and Mrs. K. Norm
Moore. White.ReynoldsHowell. Johnson and Stewart Chapman. ,
Mrs. Hewen Lasseter then intro-
duced Mrs. Robert Brigham, Or- BPW'S To Meet 'With
lando and Mrs. Ronald Craig, PLUS
Winter Park. Wedding Solemnized State Officials.The .
Mrs. Brigham told of the use of The wedding of Lulu Mae How- twelve trustees and mem- 4
tea in Australia, it being drunk ell and Lewis G. Reynolds was bers of the Retirement Home Cor-
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. each day. solemnized at 7:30 p.m. December poration's committee of the Florida .
They always use fresh water, 30th, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Federation of Business and Pro- !WTOP VALUE AMPS I IccS
never water that stands, carefully Harvey Carr on Beckley Ave., with fessional Women's Clubs, will meet
warm the tea pot, and then take Rev. Jimmie Cox officiating.Mrs. with members of the local club on
the pot to the water, never the Ortha Carr, sister in law Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 7-8.
water to the pot. Even the sheep of the bride, was matron of honor, The purpose of the meeting will OOD 510 Wltf
keepers have their daily ration of and Harvey Carr, the bride's brother be to formulate plans for financingthe I DIXIE DARLINGWHtWNNINNfilVVY"i
tea, mentioning the folk song, was best man. Retirement Home project. ; .
"Waltzing Matilda" as being true. Guests included Mrs. Cox and Following the business meeting
Mrs. Craig, attired in a wedding their two children and Mr. and Saturday afternoon, the out of h,1'- "IIm 1 'iI\\W\ Mayonnaise
ceremonial kimono, and wig, told I Mrs. William Church of St. Cloud. town visitors will be guests of the f'\\G
Immediately following the ceremony local club for a cohered dish supperat G\\
refreshments were served the Retirement Home site at 6 O"l'I.
from a table attractively overlaid p.m. Sybil Carte, chairman of the
WE GV! TV STAMPS with a white linen cloth and cen- committee on arrangements, an- EIH1lTOR MCR6 JAR

tered with an arrangement of pink nounced plans for her committee FOOD CRS... ..
v/ih all: purchases and white roses. White candles in including Rose Bobrcff, Eliza II:; QUART
silver candle holders flanked the Dean, Mildred Dreyer, Rita Lurie '. Wir .
centerpiece.The and Truitt Schellenberg, to providethe I .
ANDERSON'SGARAGE couple will reside on Sample meat course for the dinner,the \NltJflnlln
I rn"n'f'r
Street. rolls and coffee. Other membersare i Wlit/NIf/f'(V v/t't'fJ./ ; ,
asked to bring a covered dish "YIIt'f.viN
Raleigh Rolls, his daughter and QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
and taMe service for two. All members .. I
son in law, the Bill Griffins, at- are urged to attend. \% h,4dI PRICES GOOD Thru Saturday, January t7h
tended the Gator Bowl game at

22 S. Bermuda Ave. Jacksonville and children Saturday.are visiting Ann her Griffin par- Rose Circle To Hold DEEP SOUTH PURE STRAWBERRY

ents here for several days.IlJt Workshop ThursdayThe 24-oz.

Rose Circle of the Kissimmee
Garden Club will meet Thurs- Jar
,r day, January 12th, at 10 am. at
t J
the home of Dot Schweikart fora Limit 1 -

.. workshop on wall plaques. 6 with
Members are asked to bring dry Food Order
ateiee materials suitable for the plaques,
a TV work tray, plywood, plastic r
( wood, Duco cement, toothpicks, and 1 / 1 1 1
f. *\YIIi4"WMVr\'W w
tf <<
VVtVV v.WM4I \
to empty can lids. .. i J 7 'r 1 i p
make' They are also asked to bring a

one more ..t :' saVidwich dessert will bag be lunch.furnished The drink by and the you& CHOICE flBt\ $ PAK ASTOfl COr v"

H w{ hostesses, Mrs. Fred Burton, Mrs. .
'f< on : Pete Hunt and Mrs. Lena. :'IIunt.I :' MAXWELL i "
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., Schweikarts Hold : ;
Family Reunion .

? ,, : : Iy..W.'c The Schweikart home on Toho- : .
4 pekaliga Ave., was the scene ofa tJnlT-OI'If WlrH ,
happy reunion of "kith and kin" ill H OUSE 6 OR h\ORE. :t .. ,,.(
Christmas day.Enjoying FOOD ORDER ,
the hospitality of the I ,j }tmttJfhnfi11mwW -
$ Schweikarts were Mr. and Mrs.E. .
N. Dalton, Barry and Donna

y Mrs.Dalton R.of E.Jacksonville Schweikart; and Mr. sons and >>i s. i"1M1fW 1 WfftfM.,* 1 vt;

Ray and Jimmy of Winter Park; '
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Roebuck of Melbourne Wiff)\" ? &SS % SUNNYLAND TENDER, SWEET

>ti. weikart; Mr.and and Randy Mrs.of Jerry Orlando Sch-; A"j S W \ 3* )?, '
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+ : i v
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'b Mr. and Mrs. Louis French and .:J \
Louise Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. J. 'F'M',. \ t 'li i' SMOKED
; Heath of Kissimmee. .11 f/-I1f. : ; {
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'> ,. ,,',"".'"; ,$.' ..J:. To Meet January 17 of A'mf' r:. '"}. '. "It/( \ ?\:\' .?-J' :. Whole
l : Mrs. B. Gammage, director -I 'iI' ,VAi'q .. .' -. ::-, ,5TI HAMS
volunteer service at Sunlantf .. : ,,;,r 'i '" "'" LB.r .
Center will the ...., r .\ .
Training be guest ; \'>. .!
Make mind now to ';;;-, ; -' 'i :..,.. ,;; -' C" '. ht.
up your speaker at the annual meetingof r'L. '' .;;::."": ___.,.. ." ., ': r J.'.
the Orange Gardens Branch of .. y- : ,. //.,-
bank -
savings account #
open a the Needlework Guild at the Or- .::.._. h NA
Gardens house, .,
community -
ange '
with and add -
us soon to January 17 at 2 p.mi! : / / "J.'ltfNIH.fJ.yi/lNfNiWM

Mrs. E. Lake, president, wel- "' ""INMI// .
it in 1961 !
to payday : uu, "
every ,, 'tT'
comes new members and invites J\fS: r.
all women of the Gardens and :; OIC
THE Kissimmee who would are to jointo I09 NG .
call her at TIlden 72284. r A R 5\\\ t.J' 4&.6

First National Bank Jennie Hutton t ot. f'1'V lCAt4 r rBACON
Circle To Meet ... "oG 5olt 1-
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I THE PORATION.-BUILDERS MORTGAGE COR(The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, January 5, 19G1 Page 7

-- : ..Legal Notice a Florida Vs. corporation.Plaintiff. titled cause, in the office of the .

f USIPBESS ; DlRECTORY' J. C. FORT and GLORIA FORT, Ms Clerk ot the Circuit Court in and for Jehovah's Witnesses
; I fi? wife I ; LLOYD LAMER and EVELYN Osceola County, Florida at his office -
CALL FOIl BIDS LANIER his Defendants.wife mee In"Florida the Court on or House before in 'Kivlm-the (:3rd Activities Listed

Notice to Contractors NOTICE OK SUIT day of February A. I>., 1961, and to
Sealed bids will be received at the State of Florida: To: Lloyd Lanier serve a cop of such' answer or de Friay, January 6, 7:30 p.m.:

.<<>c oc<. >c<>c*c<. . . . . . . . . . office of of the Osceola Board County of Public, Thacker Instruction -- and residences Evelyn) and Lanier address his wife whos fenses riaintlffa upon attorney Thacker herein and Tharker whose Ministry school talks on "What a
are un
- and Ernest Sts., Kissimmee. Florida known. address in Box 527. Kissimmee. Florida Theocratic Body of Servants Meanto
SAND .- ROCK up to 10-00: o'clock A.M., Tuesday You are hereby notified that on or before said date at required I
February 7. n61. for Tile and a a Congregation", "Reading Chil-
suit by law. If you fail to do
Call e
I MORTAR MIX Marble Work for Unit "A". High- been red against you foreclosure'in the above has a Decree Pro ConfoMo will l>. entered dren in Divine Favor", "For What
STEEL Parks Furniture Co. HAMMOND lands Elementary School, Kissim- entitled cause affecting all against you for the relief demanded -
O of
Ii LOAN'S'INSTALLMENT WIRE,.MESH mee. Florida, at which time, all bids right, title, and Interest: in and your In the Complaint. Three Reasons Did Jehovah God
i For Prompt Repair of Your ORGAN read received will he publicly opened and the following described property; to WITNESS my hand as Clerk! of Permit Jesus to Suffer and Die",
aloud. Bidders'
specifications Lot said Circuit Court ot Osceola
4 Block J) of Best's t'ounty.
are'on file at the County Office "God's Kingdom Exalted, Its
land Courts Addition Plat Book l.lurida and the seal of said Courtat
TI 6-2171 days or SALES SERVICE I OF BOAHD OF ITBL.IC INSTRUCTION l, page 325. Public Records of Kissimmee. Otceola <<<"ount>., .Florida Counterfeit Exposed", and Bible
tat, I OSCEOL.L"'OU'oo"TY.. FLORIDA Osceola Hounty, Florida on the 30th day of December,
'- fAKISSIMMEE TI By W. B. STEPHENS, ; also reading: of Proverbs 3:27 to 514.
AUTO b-8579 nights LESSONS RENTALSSee Secretary. General Electric Stove Model A. D. 1S< : :
Ltec. 29 1960, Jan. i, 12.
No. 301SWH. General Electric / / GLENN RAT Sunday, January 8, 3 p.m. public
Refrigerator, Clerk of the Circuit Court
The FirstNat'JBank the HammondOn In the Court of the County JudgeOsrrola SCI.: Coleman Space No.heater LB 10 Osceola County FloridaCIRCUIT lecture, "Unveiling the MysteriousSoul"
County FloridaNOTIfK Model 870 on said property; ( COURT SEAL) One of the questions to be
and that Thacker and
At Thacker
you are hereby
IN RE THE ESTATE OF serve a copy of jour answer or Attorneys for Plaintiff answered is: What is a soul The
of REPAIRSales GEHRETT APPLIANCEIn LAURA SPENCER Deceased.To ., other written defenses upon Carr Kissimmee Florida subject of the Watchtower study
Chiles & Jan. 5119.6I
Ellsworth pl.lntH"!
KissimmeeFederal and Service Kissimmee all, Creditors, Legatees, Distri torney whose address is 132 South at- and discussion at 4:15: p.m. is:
butees and all Persons having Kentucky Avenue, \ TIIK (fOl.Vr:: JI"IK.K'.x!' nH.ItT
Lakeland Flor "Married Believers
HeH- We take off and install to Peace
Drpoalt or Demands said "
against ida. on or before the 16th OM<< KOI.: ('O( \TFl.OUIDV Corp Phone TI 6-6671 radiators Keller's Music Co. Estate: January 1961 and before or day immediately of IN In;: ESTATE: OKWILLIAM and Salvation." One of the scrip-
You and each of you are hereby .
922 Main St. TI 6-5041 GA 5.0505 Orlando notified and required to present any Clerk of the thereafter above styled to file Court with the the OALUAGHKU.TO l'ItI:iliTOlts Deceased.NOTICK tures for consideration will beP..1ul's
i claims which you, or either of you original of said answer or said writ- To all Creditors. Legatees IMstrlbutttH. words to married believersat
Gazette Advertising pays Gazette Advertising ; may have against the estateof Laura ten defense if any. and all Persons Having
Pays C i Spencer. deceased, late of Osceola It you fall to do so. decree Claims OP Demands against said 1 Corinthians 7: 10,11: "To the
STOVES REFRIGERATORS County Florida, to the County Judse confesses will b. entered against pro Estate: married people I give instructions,
of said County at his office in the each of you for the relief You and each of you are hereby
Used Help! Help! Court House at Kissimmee Florida, In the Complaint. demanded notified and required to present any yet not I but the Lord, that a wife
GREEN'S FUELSales within eight calendar months from WITNESS: my hand and official claims which; you. or either of you, should not depart from her hus-
FURNITURESewell the date of the first publication of seal of office at Kissimmee. Osceola may have; against the estate! of William -
RIEDELFuneral LESESNE this Notice. Each claim or demand County Florida, this 9th day of December Gallagher deceased late of band; but if she should actually
and Service Thurmond must be in writing and must state 1960. Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, to depart, let her remain single or
Agency the place of residence of the claimant ) -
J Glenn Ray, Clerk of Circuit the County Judge of Osceola! County
Phone TI 6-2171 TI 6-7141 1015 W., Church 1745 Kuhl and must be sworn to by the Court Florida, at Kissimmee Florida else make up again with her hus-
KISSIMMEEFor Home ORLANDO 933 BRACK ST. the claimant his agent or attorney or By /Ellanore O. Jowers within eight calendar months from band; and a husband should not
same will become void according Deputy CI rk. the date of the first publication nf "
law. leave
to (BEAM this notice Each claim or demand I his wife.
Gas Delivery, Phone This the :23rd! day of December, Dec. 15. 22. and
107 Emmett St. 29.: Jan 5.01"u.t must be in writing must state
George Stroup TI 68014R. 1960. the place of residence of the claim- Wednesday, January 11, 8 p.m.
DkTfe TI 6-6903 SUNNiLAND TRAVEL BUREAU Executor/GEORGE of the II. Estate ABP.OTT of :> : (IILU.: MEKTINfJ OK ant and be sworn to bclaimant.. Bible group study in the Bible aid.
R. A. Fletcher TI 6-5511 Laura C. Spencer, deceased. MKMIIKItS OK" FIIIVT! FKDKHAI, his agent or attorney or the samewill "You May Survive ArmageddonInto
Jimmie Jefferies AMBULANCESERVICE ORMOND A. McABEE Thacker and Thacker S.\\'I . OK OMK.OIv('\'r' This the 30th day of December God's New World".
Attorneys for Executor
TW 2-2265 (St. Cloud). Bus Tickets Kissimmee, Florida.Dec. Notice is hereby given that the 1960. The congregation of Jehovah'sWithesses
For Gas Service Phone $V Air Steamship 29, Jan. 51219. annual meeting of members of the IIPHY GALJjAttHRR .
1 e ahovenamed880'latlon will be I An'lllarydmlnhtratrh: c.t. Ocean Street, Kissimmee -
J. B. Rountree TI ;t .
67574Robert f Tours and Cruises held at the home a. of Estate of. 11'illiamGallagher
A :>oTin TO ItiDDPiISNOTICE of the Association ; Deceast-d. invites the public to attend.
Allen TI 6-3084
'n at the Corner of
30 E. Pine St., Orlando Fla. Cherry 1-5321 IK HEREBY GIVEN to Verona Stewart and Ellis F. DavisKissimmee
Leo Girourd TI 72061R. ,I all Interested bidders that the Streets Kissimmee, Florida Florida
TI 6-3201 Board 8n the ISth day of January,
County Commissioners of
H. Hall TW St.Cloudor for Anclllar Admx c.t-a.
Osceola Count. Florida, will receive at the hour of 7.00: p.m. of said day Attorney
call II. T. Simmons Mgr. sealed bids until 10:00 a.m.. The business to be taken up at the Jan 5-1:-U-6 .
TI 6-2761 TIME TO ORDER FUEL OIL NOW I January 9. 1961, for removing two said annual meeting hall be: CARD OF THANKS
Carl W. Riedel rusted 1. Considering and voting
: valleys on each side of the upon reports -
M. J. Stanko TI 62144O main dome of the Kissimmee Livestock of officers and committeesof CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
R. For Kerosene Call Pavilion and replacing with the Association: I We are sincerely grateful to
Coy Conrad 'hBASS ew 18 gauge galvanized metal to 2. Considering and voting upon rat SOCIETY friends and neighbors fc.r. their
be riveted and (oldt'rf'd.11 work ification of the act of directorsand
Funeral Directors' should be finished in a first. class officers of the Association; 309 N. Randolph many kind acts of sympathy
workmanlike manner, using the 3. Election of directors to fill the Sunday Services 11 a.m. during our sad bereavement.Our .
best quality of materials available. offices the terms of which are
Immediately following the time then expiring; I Bunuay School 9:30 a.m. appreciation cannot be adequately -
AGRICO above shown, the proposals will be 4. No other matters except as required Wed. Night Services 8 p.m. expressed.The .
CHILDREN'SWEAR publicly opened and read. bv law or regulation
A-A-C The County reserves the right to BY ORDER) OK THE BOARD OF
FUEL OIL reject any and all bids and to waive I DIRECTORS.Dated I : George Bronson Family
The Nation's Leading Fertilizer Pure White Kerosene formalities. at Ki!'simmee. Florida December Gazette Advertising Pays
Birth through Sub TeensliirtOOIlS OF OSCEOLA COUNTY T. Wallis, Secretary
ell QUALITY GROUND Burns Clean TI 7-2023 FLORIDA) First Federal Savings and -
PHOSPHATE ROCK (SEAL) Loan Association' of Osceola
let our Ranch and Grove Y09 HM! Jack BassI Distributor Amoco Products Chairman B\ /SOREN BROWS Jan. 5-12 County, Kls-simmee, Florida We do all types

Spreader Service apply fertilizer Layette Specialist I Dec. %9, Jan. 5-12-13
and dolomite limestone. Nursery Fareitur %OTI(''': TO IJ.:...:\() WOOD REFINISHINGUPHOLSTERING
ECOdoMY: gazette Advertising Pays The regular annual meeting of the NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Shareholders of The First National FOR COL'NTY OF O C'EOL.T.Tg
Bank of Kissimmee, for the electionof OK. FLORIDA. In ('hancery. ('LO-
Ranch and Grove : Directors and the transaction of TEIL BELL BELLAMY, Plaintiff
such other business!' as may properly vs. JAMES A. BELLAMY. Defendant. Furniture refinishing, box springs and mattresses rebuilt.
be presented will be held at the NOTICE TO DEFEND The State of ALL WORK GUARANTEED Free
Spreader Service too South Orange Ave. STEEL SALESANY offices of the bank in Kissimmee Florida to James A. Bellamy. You pickup and delivery
Orlandoy'Y'Yv'Y"Y.'Y'V'"V. Florida, on Saturday, January 7, are hereby notified that a null inequity service.
1961 at 2-30: o'clock P. 11. for divorce has been brought
: : call collect
KISSIMMEE U. S CHAPMAN, JR. Cashier against you by Cloteil [tell Bellaim' CYpress 3-4538, Orlando
DIMENSION ANy AMOUNT Dec. 15-22-29 Jan. 5. in the Circuit Court of the Ninth
FEED STORE Judicial Circuit in and for (rountv RIGHTWAY UPHOLSTERY
In The Circa Court of the MnlhJndirial of Osceola." State of Florida and you
PHONE TI 6-2821 : AJAX PLUMBING / Competitively Priced < Circuit of Florida In andfor are hereby pummonejl" ordered and 5600 Old Winter Garderi Road, Orlando
5i i SUPPLY < TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS IOItT.Ua: .nl'LOSlIU<< : or defenses to the Complaint filed years experience
lkr the best CASE! O. herein against you in the above en-
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Page 8 The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, January 5, 1961 9

with built-in Nice' 2 BR, CBS home built in CBS: 2 BR home, nearly finish
2 Bedroom CBS house
kitchen, carporte and utility room, $8,495.; : kitchen, tile bath, spacious bed. ed 01 iarRe' lot, no city tax. $7,-
4 Bedroom home on 1 /z acv! lot, some Low down payment. New highways are changing traffic patterns. Study what is 600 w ,ih terms.

citrus and shade trees. On hard surface happening. Then get in on the ground floor by securing now rooms, shade trees, close to '
road just outside city limits. Priced Building lots $550 and up. Also trailer the location you will need soon.HIGHWAY 5 ai-es with well $1,750FurnisM
$12,000. lots. stores and recreation S10.50C
FRONTAGE t and unfurnished rent.
175 acres with 25 acres in young grove. FOR SALE Commercial property both with terms. alsKISSIMMEE
$26,500. on Broadway and Main Streets.
$100 front foot. High and dry on Or-

Check with us for famished and unfurnished Rentals. ange* Blossom Trail. Ready for build REAL ESTATE

0 ing. p &

ROBERTSON'S REAL ESTATE $90 front foot. Two blocks, four corners. 521 Main St. TI 6-3953

324 BROADWAY TELEPHONE TI 6-4493 ., $85 front foot. Cash. Some fill needed. '' Z -
SNORE I IS Nt Ct l'A t NOW tiff) U&IS
$66 front foot. Corner. City water and 0 REAI XORS _A) )' IflSUflf WIT -

.. sewer. l1L1t.u ,.

FOR RENT: Apartments and $60 front foot. City sewer. w DAVISAGENCY LARGEST BEER STEIN IN THE WORLDs

houses by week or month. Cot $6,500 for 2 bedroom block house on 62 Vax FSTA '

ARTICLESFOR FOR SALE ton's Apartment, North Orange 127 % foot lot. Near main intersectionon
Blossom TraiL 7-2-9-16-23-30 highway to be widened. City water and sewer. 114 Main St.
'56 PLYMOUTH PLAZA Insurance Real Estate
SALE 4 dr. good condition, excellent $2,250 per acre for highway frontage by city limits.
tires. FOR RENT: Trailer, dean,. nice Minimum of 15 acres. Terms. Fine, high land.
PHONE TI 7.2881 8 ajn. to 5 lots. Rainbow Mobile Homes and FOR SALE: No down payment -
p.m. or TI 7.2403 after 5. Trailer Park, Michigan Ave., 1/4 150 on highway. 50on side'street. City sewer and water. $2,500. Furnished modern duplex on T
mile off Vine St. or Hwy. 441 in lake front. 2 bedrooms each, tile
150 on highway. 300' on side street. $16,700. .
Kissimmee First!
Shop Kissimmee. baths, large porch, easy terms. _- -.::. w;
RAFFIA CHENILLE STICKS I $22,500. 420 foot frontage on corner, 250' deep. Priced under market (owner)
Sunset Dude Ranch on Hwy. 15,
Souvenirs, Baskets from all over TRAILER SPACE Half acre with 540 on highway. $7,000. St. Cloud TW 2-1153. / x 4
the world, Shell Novelties, Jel

lies. Florida Towels and Beach 1936:; ELCAR 30 FT. FOR RENT $28,000. Prime corner at busy location. \ LOTS FOR SALE: No money .

Coats. Shirts.SPECIAL BATH HOUSE TRAILER High and Dry, $15 per monthROGER'S $1,000 per acre. State highway. down Selling out. $1,000 and
BIRD $3.98
up. Lake front lot 50 x 230, only
BRING YOUR OUT OF STATE Phone: TI 7-2403 after 5or TRAILER PARK $13,150 for 72 ft. on highway, 142 feet deep. City water and one left. Canal lots 75 x 225:! ,

COMPANY IN TO SEE US! see John Barro at 17.92 below Drive-In Theatre sewer. Furnished frame duplex (all cypress). Zoned for busi- only 7 left. Trailer lots 75 x 180,

OUR PRICES ARE REASON. Corner Bermuda and Donnegan ness. only 2 left. 100 foot Hwy. lot, w

ABLE! only one left All have full lake : ,c -- \

GRACE RIVERS FOR. 'RENT: Store room or office privileges (owner) Sunset Dude
CHEAP FOR CASH: 7 % H.P. space. For information inquire Ranch, Hwy. 15, St. Cloud TW
GIFT SHOP Marlin kicker, 5 H.P. Mercury at Brahman Hotel, East REALTYCOUNSELORSI 2-1153. '' D3MLsa'irto '

Highway 17-92 South kicker. 1951 Olds in good condi- Dakin Ave. FLORIDA

Kissimmee, Florida tion. 1950 Chev pickup. 2 matched FOR SALE: No money down -

I Open 7 Days A Week 700-16 mud grip truck tires, FOR RENT: Two furnished apart- INC. House on lake completely fur-
wheels and tubes. 1 825-20 mets, 114 Emmett St.,'two blocks nished, 5 rooms, 2 baths, large;:
and 1 11-20 truck tires. One from business district. W. B. porch, on two lots 155 x 150. -
FOR SALE 100 bales native 2 BROADWAY PHONE TI 6-2702 TI 6-2712 $8,000, terms, priced below
tricycle, like new. 2 BR house Home,. TI 6-8384..
hay. $1.00 bale. Farnham, 218 I' trailer and cabana, lot 50 x 100 market (owner) Sunset Dude f j

Gem Street, or call TI 7-2050. feet deep well and septic tank. FOR RENT: Trailer Y space with Ranch, on Hwy. 15, St. Cloud ..
Nice to live make cash of- TW 2-1153. ,
place patio $10 month. Tip Top Trailer -
BOATS FOR SALE: Selling out fer. Brown's Trailer Park, 1 mile Park, turn right at Campbell's FOR RENT 3 room furnished i ctrl Mk

Fishing boat with oars, anchor north of Kissimmee. Station, south on 17-92. REAL ESTATELOTS duplex and 3 room house. ; ..rd.:.Ilgt"...1--I ctrm /
and 4 h.p. gear shift motor $C5. 10 ACRE IIIl II5.WIf4I: : odtt S
Correct Craft deluxe speed boat, FOR SALE: 30" electric range, excellent ;, J11ifm.tht qeixbhCSUllbaim.
35 H.P. all elec. cost over $1,500, condition. $75. Call TI FOR RENT: Trailer spaces SMALL HOMES $4,750 to S5,- GROVE 'huki4 tidsmd'll Ji!
sacrifice $675. 8 x 12 Pontoon 7-2411 or 313 W. Vine. trailers and kitchenettes, reason- 000. 60% Ruby Red Grapefruit ''ertuwkku.n taaoe .
able prices. Brown's Trailer $10 DOWN $7 MONTH: ._ tht 1 Z ;A i
boat with 35 H.P. motor (remotes 40% Early Orange. t
Park, 1 mile north of Kissimmee.FOR Odds are that 3 out of 4 will buy
) cost over $1,500, sacrifice Edward V. Lahey, president of the United States Brewers Foundation -
lots if drive through TROP- Located in Kissimmee
650..Easy terms (owner) Sun- FOR SALE RENT: Rooms, close in, 110 ICAL PARK they SUBDIVISION. If 4 unit apt. house $14,995; whose members produce 85 per cent of the nation's malt beverage -
set Dude Ranch, on Hwy. 15, St. Emmett, day, week or month. TI will buy! Welcomeat Asking $1,000 per acre drops in at New York's famed Waldorf-Astoria to inspect the
Cloud. TW 2-1153. 19:>4 Oldsmobile $350 Call TI 7-2198. you see, you "largest stein in the world." The mammoth cup of good cheer is
Carroll St the trail in H. L. DrummondStar
7-2403 after 5 p.m. or TI 7- on 4 unit apt. house, 2 lots $1'1.)00KING'S ) displayed in connection with the opening of the new Walldorfkeller.
MUST SELL: 1955 Pontiac 2 2881 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. FOR RENT: Deluxe duplex, 2 north Kissimmee.FOR Route a gemutlich restaurant, specializing in fine foods which tradition-

door, hardtop, excellent motor bedrooms unfurnished, car ST. CLOUD, FLORIDA ally )go with beer and ale to provide, as the stein suggests, many
tires recently (September) over- porte, utility, screened porch, SALE: 29'{t. house trailer, REALTY TW 2-5532 hours of merriment"
hauled transmission. Good buy nice neighborhood, 1008 Rosa! for rent or sale. Rt. 15, north The stein stands 3'/i feet high, weighs 75 pounds and holds 32 liters
Call TI 7-2151. lind. .Call TI 7-2704. east of St. Cloud. TW 21158. 503 MAIN ST. or approximately 64. bottles of beer. On the brim is inscribed thistnasterpiece
FOR SALE 1956 Nashua house HOUSE FOR SALE or rent: 2 of understatement
: TRAILER FOR RENT! : Complete "Whoever can empt this tankard shall be called a Real Man." 1I
trailer, 35 foot, 2 bedroom, bath, i 33 foot, one bedroom, concrete LOTS FOR SALE bedroom, bath and living room.
good condition $1,245.00. Smail's patio, aluminum awning, air con- Good neighborhood and on paved I
Kissimmee Park Road, first mail ditioner, storage cabinet, 75 x 2 LARGE LOTSADJOINING LAKEFRONTCountry road. Partly furnished and very Alexander D. Hall Jr., admini- Helen Prestler and husband,

box, Star Route St. Cloud. HORSESHOEING: Box 213 A, 200 lot near Tupperware, $45 easy terms 2'% miles south of strator of estate of Elizabeth C. Mary Lou Prestler Blank and hus

Michigan Avenue, Kissimmee, month plus electricity. Call GA on Crestridge Drive, excellentfor Home Kissimmee. TI 6-4890. Jaegers, to Earl A. Spencer, St. band, to Peter F. Finan and wife
FOR SALE: Used tarpolin 12 x 17,
Phone TI 6-3011. .. Cloud $5,000.Carlos .
5-2284 Orlando after 4.
used blocks and used aluminum building. CB 3 bedrooms, 2 tile baths, FOR SALE: 2 houses, 1 CBS, 1 $100.
roofing, 5th house past Art's FOR RENT 2 BR furnished a- 4 \\'i miles south of Kissimmee living room 15x26, dining,'kitchen frame reasonable, 1 mile northon I E. Henriquez and wife to Sara L. Johnson to John O. Rao,
GREEN ACRES II $;)00 and $600II. feet lakefront 527 Call Ross :Myers\ TI 7- Hugh O. Stcnhens and wife, Kis
Bar on Hwy. 527. Mobile Home Service & RepairOil II partment, 324 Broadway $60 and utility 230 I Kissimmee, $2,000.
month. Phone TI 6-4493 or see L. KUHN 330 feet deep, large oaks, 2119 Earl Gorman and wife to Dis-
SPEIDEL WATCH BANDS: When Burners Hot Water Bill Ingram. TI 6-8513 citrus and other tropical fruits. Connolly and wife to
you wear one, you wear the fin- Heaters Windows all types Located in Kissimmee Park at Louis Devine and wife, St. Cloud, trict Advisory Board of Florida

'est. Wide selection at Benton's Awnings Kool Seal FOR RENT: 2 rooms, one with south end of Seaman's Point NOTICE Dist., Church of Nazarene.

'Jewelry. % Free Estimates TI 6-7712 private bath and entrance. Close FOR SALE: Third of an acre with about 8 miles from St. Cloud. $500.Hazel Nottingham Goodwin and
irk Phone TI 6-3743 after noon. cozy home at edge of town. $8- Good road. No other location husband to Ellanore O. Jowers,

FOR SALE: Marsh and red grape- FOR RENT: Reasonable rent, 2 500 price includes the attractive like this (or' real country living NOTICE: Is alcohol a problem for Kissimmee, $6,700.R Social Security

fruit, Hamlin and Navel 'and DRAGLINE bedroom furnished apartment furnishirtg (even TV and air with complete privacy. you? Call A.A. TI 7-2026 or & L Co. to Ernest E. Roberts, 'Rules ExplainedMany

Temple oranges. We ship to any SERVICE 203 South Clyde Ave., or call conditioner) 2 bedrooms and 1 Owner write Box 642, St. Cloud. Kissimmee, $4,000.
and all cities in the United Mike Stanko TI 6-2144 after bath. Concrete block. 115 E. A. A. Drummond Ernest E. Roberts to Lota Hon, people past retirement age

States. :We also sell a completeline 3/8 Yd. Bucket 5:30: p.m. Fletcher. Don't drive by unless P. O. Box 447 Kissimmee, $100.W. in the Orlando area are losing
of Rawleigh's Products. Our rig is on rubber and on call you are prepared to be enticed L. H. Branch WANTEDWANTED J. Ravey and wife to MarkP.
Arie Banta, 405 East Bass St TI 7-2704 FOR RENT: House, completely inside by the well established Florida Pidcoe and ", Watsontown, money because they believe that
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL- furnished, on lake. 5 rooms, large landscaping. Florida l Realty Phone CY, 3-2515 Pa., $6,700. they must stop working completelyin
porch, two baths, $60 monthly.Two Counselors Inc. 2 Broadway TI : An elderly lady to keepin Blue Steel Tool Corp., to AllenK. order to get social security. Ac-
KEROSENE AND FUEL OIL for Brokers protected
OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 NORTH duplexes, very modern, com- 6-2702. r Christian home. TI 7-2615, 503 Quimby and Lonnie D. Quimby, cording to Col. Patton, Distrjct
MAIN ST. TI 6-3941. home delivery daily and Sundayscall pletely furnished on lake front, Brack StWANTED Plainfield, N. J., $1,300. Manager of the Orlando Social Se-
Bud and John's Gulf ServiceTI FOR SALE Good income
2 bedrooms each, tile baths $70 : apart- FOR SALE: Spacious lakefront Arthur W. Short and wife to curity Office this is a common
FINE: WATCHES: Wide selection, 6-5842. Open till 10 p.m. monthly. School bus picks up ment house all furnished, year home on beautiful springfedLake Baby-sitting and/or Moss Stewart and wife, St. Cloud, misunderstanding.Any .
Bulova, Benton, Benrus, Hamil- children. Sunset Dude Ranch, on around renters. See owner 209 Cecile. Three -bedrooms, housekeeping i in your own home. $6,000. person who gets old-age

ton and Elgin at Benton's Jewel Hwy. 15 St. Cloud TW 2-1153 Park St. two fully tiled baths, 26 ft. living Call Mrs. Ida Beville at TI 6- Etta Moon to Hattie Durbin, St. benefits may earn up tp $1,200 a

ry. FOR RENT room, large Florida room and 3157. Cloud, $4,000.Patricia year and still receive his benefit
FOR RENT: Duplex 2 bedroom, double carporte. Has automatic D. F. Garrison and hus- check every month Col. Patton ex

FOR SALE: 29 foot house trailer, furnished on Orange BlossomTr. SEE THIS oil-burning heating s y s.t e m. Real EstateTransactions band to Carroll L. Smith and wife, plained. He also gets a check for
14 foot boat-12 H.P. motor, 12 FOR RENT: Furnished apartmentsat near Dairy Queen, Apply at
2 kitchen including
Built-in GE Topsham, Me., $2,000. all months after he is 72.
foot boat reasonable prices. 221 Verona, close in15 110 Bryon St. also 1 bedroomapt. ListedReal
DWELLING I luiurous
disposal. 1 acre Melvin R. Thornton to Ruth In 1961, retired workers getting
TW 21158. month and up. completely furnished, close in, grounds. Good boating and fish- Stace, $100.Lloyd Social Security checks will have
estate transactions recorded
FOR RENT: 5 room furnished double enclosed garage, large ing year round. Follow the open in the office of Glenn E. Smith Homes Inc. to $1 taken out of their checks for
house, Orlando Ave. Large back jalonsied porch, opstaiis can be house signs, or call Bob Millerat clerk included.Ray, Irving Olson and wife, Orlando, each $2 they earn over $1.200 and
county recently
made into another apartment or Tilden 7-2495. $2,100. to $1,500. For earnings above
t yard, $75 per month, TI 6-8583. Cecil W. Mathis and wife to up
four large bedrooms. Vista Heights Inc. to Paul M. $1,500 every dollar earned will
HOUSE FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, Downstairs can be made into LOTS FOR SALE: High and dry, Henry B. Seals, Bell, Fla., $2,800. Booker Jr. and wife, $2,100. mean $1 less in benefits. For ex-

screened in front porch utility 4 BR single dwelling by unlocking city water and sewer. Cheap for Romanial, Inc., to Kenneth C. Regina Anne Boyte to Robert ample, a man earning exactly $1-
room' "furnished" $60 3 doors. Lot 60 209 cash. TI 72279.COTTAGE Atherton and wife, $9,300. I less benefits.A .
per : x I: Elwood Boyte, Orlando, $10. 500 would get $150 in
month. 2 children accepted. 915 with lots of shade and 8 loaded Betty Joyce Criner to WilliamD. W. Roy Drummond and wife to man earning $2,000 would have

DEPENDABLE Patrick St. Apply at 913 Pat fruit trees.Wallace FOR SALEin Manning and wife, Mullins, S. Ernest Blount and wife, St. Cloud, $650 deducted from his Social Se-
rY rick St. before 11 ajn. or after Painter C $7,700. $1,100. curity checks for that year.
6 p.m. 819 Mabbette St. Intercession City, furnished I Ralph Dearmin and wife to J.

5 rooms,2 large 50 ft.lots.Turn I D. Benton and wife, Kissimmee,
EXPERIENCED'I FOR RENT: 3 room apU furnished $23,000.J. .
Corner of Vine and Kelley FOR SALE: Five acres 4 miles right at post office second hous'eon D. Benton and wife to RalphE. K. C. Moore Jr. Contractor
i Pink motel. west of the city limits. Make of right in second block. Sign in Dearmin, $13,600.
PROFESSIONAL fer. Call TI 7-2687 after 6
pan. window. Mrs. M. J. Mantz, 2650 Edward C. Smith to Joseph El- Triangle Building
i FOR RENT: Cabin with kitchen-
N.E. 23rd Court; Pompano Yin Claycomb and wife, St. Cloud,
ette, also trailer space 1518 HOUSE FOR SALE: 395'down Residential and Commercial Building

Ernest :street. 3 bedroom, 2 baths, built in kit- Beach. $100.Riley S. Miles and wife to Osce-

Three, reasons why most FOR RENT: Furnished cottage, chen. Corner lot 605 S. ola Oil Co. Inc., $33,500. 6 Remodeling Repairing

people buy their insurance adults. Utilities furnished. Char- Thacker.KEROSENE. Edna Floyd Cash to State Road
0 Work Roofing"MOORE"
local les Goodlin. Pleasant Hill Road, Dept, $100.Rawlins Masonry
from a independent ,,. LOT FOR SALEReal
south of Drive-in Theatre. Corp. to Super Test
agent. That's usiInsurance! Oil and Gas Co Tampa, $100. HOUSE FOR YOUR MONEY
FOR RENT 29 foot house trailer value: Large lot 93' x I:
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Hardy Simmons and wife to
Home TI! 7-232S
access to lake ReasonableTW 127', city water and sewer, well Philip Henry Fry and wife, St. Office 'tl
21158. located in city limits. All new Cloud, $5,300.
construction in neighborhood.Good .
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 3 BR price for cash! ,

r 2119 house.on Call Sample Ross St.Myers, TI' 7- Box Phone 377.TI 7-2704 or write' Rt. 5 We Have Everything For Your .

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FOR SALE: House, first time offered '
... ; AND unfurnished, 2000 sq. ft. SEE US TODAY

floor space, beautiful oak and

FUEL OIL palm trees, reasonably priced, -

Lnpfer Jw1 owner 317 Pottage St. WH o Morse Oorporaiiom JJ

on Lake Cecile, are over 350'I'

.. 1918 1960 deep. Also residential lots high III 219 BROADWAY Phone TI 7-2278
TI 6-5(42 Daily & Swway{
I' and dry, city water, 63 x 132. U
12 BROADWAY Next To The Bank TI 6-2191 ..
-\ Call TI 7-2495 ,after 5'p.m.



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