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:'uC'L Osccola V olingHc.8'icsl
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Exceeds 7,500 Unopposed

turned out In
Oaceola voters
\\II record numberi Tuesday withan
__ unofficial 7.262 votes rut Nobody .has tver plained
and 300 absentee ballot to be y 11' why one unoppoaed candidate
e counted today The total showed ; will\ get a larger volt than another
tI in approximate 75 percent even thotgh they art
vote of the 10,883 registered. both equally known.
I i I Previous high was registered '>r For example, In Tuold.,'.

in the Primary when nearly election, Supervisor of Regla.tratlon .
\ 5,6 u !. 7.000 votes were cast.Oaceola 7 Mt Dorothy Purdy, Sheriff

w voted Democratic In cY Bob Buckela and Tax Collector
all contest except the preiidentlal Murray Bronaon topped the
race which' went to Republican voting for unopposed candi
Sen. Barry Goldwaterof dates.

BAND TO SELL SUBSCRIPTIONS-Jane Ribley, chairman of tat OareoU High School Band Arlsona. The Oaceola vote lure art the voles flat for
Council and Larry O'Grady, band director, look over plant for the Caiettt lubacription drive includes President Johnson unopposed candidate for countywide
they art undertaking aa a fund railing project The drive will begin November 9 and will\ continue 3366. Goldwater 4452; Sen. offices| not Including
through December 18. (Photo by Eby) Speiiard L. Holland 4431<< abaentet ballot.
Claude R. Kirk. Jr, 22W; Governor Supervisor
Elect Haydon Burnt Dorothy Barber Purity 4361
4094. Charles Volley 3170; Sheriff Bob Buckell 4340

Osceola High Band Starts Jamei State Sen.R. Watson Irlo Bronaon 2426.4831 All, .. Tai r.olll'torMllrr.1

Democratic PROUD MOMENT-Statt Senator Irlo Bronaon posed above with hla family at the results of Bronion 4337
elected. .,'. election came In and he wai presented an oil painting. by Fred Bruaauw, local artist ( uele
a P. Johnson ,
Gazette Circulation Drive Johnson dldnt ., are. left to right Irlo "Bud" Jr., Brenda, Flora, trio Invite Kelley, her d.uht.'In.n.. Rep J. J. Griffin Jr 4131 4211
he tlrrl Fred
county Btuaaow. (Photo by Eby)
won by a Clerk Glenn Ray ... .. 4117

Oactola High School Band The band members will tarn ago to purchase their special polling 61 School Bill Superintendent
Stephens 4024
member this week opened an 60 percent commission on new leather ackets. vote. Osccolu 'No' Commissioner
intensive circulation campaign subscriptions and 25 percenton Larry W. Grady I la the Doug Partln toot
drive for The Klailmmet Gatettt renewala. The money will new band director and line Ciimmlaaloner
Charles White circulation be credited to the band fund. Ribley, band chairman of the On Four Oren Brown 3070
manager, hat announced. The four high salesmen with present 43 member aggrega Prosecutor
Senator Phil Ktlley 3841
"Wi at The Gatetttt art delighted the largest dollar volume of tion. yesterday to AinendnienlsOaceola ( School Board
to have the finest high sales will receive Individual The band hat received many .
forte In the Ralph Yates 3817
achool band in the state selling cash awards In addition to state superior ratings In put try to do the Surveyor Bill Johniton', MOl
the finest weekly newspaper money raised for tht band year Some of the big state
Ha tarried all Commissionerhsrris
White aaid. events participated In by the countlani voted for
in the atatt.Vhitt aald. Thetamp.lrn fund.
will be ef mutual Two of the big projects of band Include San Festival of but gained clear 9 of thtonal proposed conitltil- Daniel 1760
In ()ePO'.nd School Board
adTanta,.. The band will be the Oand annually art the Statei St. rVenburgt. Paradeof BI'OIIIOL ( i amendmonti I In,y pulled asS
funds for needed of Color spring n -riu. n. oral .1..tlon'TII.acta;. ?
able to rain Symphony
aon'i 6082 vote. School Board. )
projects and get new members concert and the Sunday Winter I Days, Tampa and annually Amendments opposed
for The Caiettt raiding family Conccrti. Band member railed the big Orlando Christmas; paradt. lied 4836 to 2426 I were No, principal of CirelyCKempfer 3184
ceola tilT to 661
State School Fund remain
said.M funds few .
necessary yean
bet and 3488 to
Inviolate) No. 11-Ad.lHlonal
New Ktssiuimw
............y.y. ........... ....................... ......v..o >AA.VAhVAS YNA...... oy, """""""'YNY"""'" ,.".,...,..,.,",..,. ._, ."'- county. CHANGK 19 MADE.-.Craig Bell, Oacrola County campaign Method of Reviling or Amending .
: :::::: .., .".,.. m.. ..,..: : m:;' :;iT.J! ........... ... .,,, for Burnt, wee quick to make the change In the Burn the Constitution! No. 13Eitendlng Directory SetA
Protest ....." sign II loon al the results cam In Tuesday nlghl : period of time for
view of the fact that the Republican candl.laU, tarrIed Oeroe- Second Gee Tn| No. II-
UA Drive Continues A surprise County In the lot gubernatorial election, he was more than Sarasota County llomeatead IMS city directory' for
Klatlmmet ,..,.
Judge to I In ,
with Ktemptlon pro
palm against this tttctkm'i results, (Photo by Eby) Norman K Whilst, sales
Wad lanier Constitutional amendmontipining
Extended rtpreaentatlv af the R. UPvlk
YOt... Include No. I on apportionment
agricultural Gazette 1776 to |(VO No. Co., publlihera started
Tax |
Writ Bargains
omplllng the isles and advertlalng
Hearing -
Two Weeks of a prominent 2 Uglalatlva terms of office section ., the directory'
leader Clifford 1711 to 1308)) Nt. I School
this week.Cenaui .
ceived the large Specials from camerai to Wanting a new !look In your bond for capital outlay 1636 tnvmtralora an t*<
Success of the United Appeal Judge Frank A. Smith of court rules on the mandamus Incumbent top the Gaiettt Bales In car? Slop In at Northildt Super to 11111| No. o Appointment or pedal. to start abtatnlng that
campaign In Oaceola 9th Judicial Circuit Wtdnta. action- approximately & bargain thl week "Main and pick up a pair election of school auperintend- phase of the directory" after
continued the the rount,'. .. With the bol days coming of stretch knit ant 1416 to IWB| No. 6 Tay
county, appeari within light, day morning County Attorney Murray up seal coven for Thanksgiving. he said Tha dl-
Jimmy Cox fund chairman reported hearing on the alternative Overitreet Jr., told the com- ed vote getter picture taking time at only |S.VI). Wanting It aerv. lor County 1tt It imi; No. 7 rectory. updated every two
Writ of Mandamus action vote came ai I Reiall. iced Sot Starling Chevrolet Continuity of government l>62
Tuesday million Monday he had not : it yean, It scheduled for d llv.
against County officlili and recent tax Camera .It offered for their J.91 to IMP. N. I Dutlet of
Cox told directors that approximately filed n aeparate suit reeking complete |: aerr- try In June 198$.
$18,000 of the Tax Aiaeaaor Wade H. Lanier permission to pay the bills being some land owners only I3.TO or \If I gift I la Ice special or need front end Commissioner of Agriculture Winslow may be contacted
$20,000 goal It accounted for Jr. The writ had been orderedby would hive been Wednei- Increased by Caravtlle watches. art work try Roonty Ponllac-! ItUtt to IOWJ| N. I Civil trlali through tht Klaalmmet Cham
in the nofflclal total. Report Judge W. A. Pattithall at cause the earliest date of hear- aelllnf ant-thlrd off. Buick Il'a special priced this Dade foullt'lllOt to tll'l| No. bar of Commence office
already turned In show total the request of attorney for day, when the mandamus Ladles, you can get I new week at 112.25. 10 Increasing. number of Judl-
money and pledges amountingto land owner protesting property would come before a circuit for M low ai II49JI rlatdlatrictlUMttlllO.
$11361.73. aaaeiimenti Increased by Judge. Governor Elect W.w.... Cabinet shop I Vote on tanilllutlnnal City Will Host
Accounted for but not turned mora than 90 percent. The question was brought Burn of ,(''' \ ", cedar chest for only amendment opposed by Oact
in li $3,000 from St. Cloud County Attorney Murray before the commission by every precinct In ,M at Badcock'i or put your ole rounllani Include Na if Winter Guests
community, $3,000 Tupperware Overitreet. Jr, last week filed Glenn Ray, county clerk who ty In hit race .,. In the' paint-up mood I4IN! to 1111; Nt. 11-1332 ta
employees and $500 Orange a motion to quash the mandamus Ia'l.I have some bills that can Ifon.,. Burnt the ipeclal 10 percent (1110)) Nt. I2-I4M to IIITI| The City of Klaalmmtt will
Garden Using these estimated action. In the motion the I am being called on to pay," to 3170 vout offered by Panning Nt, l$- -1111 to 1367.I.AHX be heel to all winter visitors
figures this leaves the county officials and tax aaeiaor Among there he lilted the Going down In .. en Gllddea paint. Tuesday. night at I welcome
United Appeal drive approximately stated that they had grocery bill for Geriatrics John Hudson of j'A.. he can take time out for ( Tl> III Jilt party at the Klaalmmet All
$2400 short of the goal complied with the law and Manor, the Insurance premium judge of the with Ready Mar CAR WAil RATL'KDAYTht tales Tourist Club. The tlty
Cox aald. that the writ ordering the rehearing for the employee hospitalliatlon court lit polled '* ipeclal! on ill cans of Maybe. yea want I good used arty will begin at S .'clock
The director approved a and reappraisal of insurance and a |>regrei political ... beer for 19 cent. car er a good second car Yea eighth grade Sunday following the first meeting of
two week extension to the property would be duplicative payment on the courthouse parative unknown" On the way shopping Ga find one at Carl Schmidt Rambler achool claai of the first Math.odltt the' trgaaliallon. Mayor Rue-
drive for workert to complete and work n hardship on the annex.Overitreet. who bargains atop In and fill offering many at below Church will hold I ear ell Thatktr will welcome the
their canvass and make a final county.In adviaed that the m.n. at Phllllpi 66 station and N.A.D.AI book vilue er Autrey wash Saturday, November" 7, ,.,.,t, and other city tffklal
report to their division chair earlier action Overitreet Utter could be paid because In district ,. one of tilt fret glaaaei or Motert offering specially from 6 ',m. It I am.. at the will be an hand to greet thtvliltora.
man. had Instructed County Com ad valorem Ux money la not tire of Peace "being given away each IWSO Falcon, 4-door for only station at the corner, af Broad- Refreahmtnt will bt
Wt hope to publicly announce misslonen not to officially accept Involved was returned to you fill *p, $59$. way and Sprtul served
that wt bane reachedour the county Ux roll and A. to the Iniurance Ray 1636 votet agelnat ,.
quota on our next report not to pay any billi except employees said the grace period\ had expired can opponent :
day," Chairman Cox aaid. salaries. until the mandamua but he believed the In- who received 1029. )''lete Unofficial Osccola County General Election
Any persons who have not bearing auranct company would not Coldwater
been contacted but wish to Monday County Commiaaion.en cancel lout if it were paid now. 'ant precinct In -" ,;
help lupport the United Appeal again were advised to des The commlaalonen agreed That mingle one .. ':L
drive art asked to contact ferjuyment of bills until the the Insurance ahotild be paid. anivfllt at the .J
Mill Sharon Gehrett at tile county.UA. \i1 '
Chamber .f Commerce office. Sen. .,... ;

.polling.. carried 4431 every 1n4' 'I t M n J J j J

Library Plans vetet for .,. J J 11
5th AnniversaryThe .: : .i ,J T 3 II ft II Total

TB Unit ;" .1 If Precincts ,

Berlin Memorial Library J' 1 2 5 IJ 1 0 8 1.:,;; 'u It Kl 14
will celebrate K* fifth rr..w..t j J I
anniversary and dedicate Ite Visit 1)) I.h".... lS J' 1'2 W... 4 394 III 231 919 393" 162 t4 64 $1 $364
expanded facilities Sundayafternoon v" Coldest 12 h au II' dl101 474 241 403 $44,354' 41 $7 14 4452
; ,
ta the Orange Garden c
Community building 714 The CnriataM J v. .. fboalerHolla : : "W

George' St. from 3 to I ..... tilt Central P1<< 'dKlrk 4$ .2 n2 fJJ In1$ 187 21. lOt U/l I2t 31 7$ 4* 4431
Dr. George E. Beaockamp lotto and 11 21$1 661 IN 170 lOt UI UO 121 14.1 II 24 181253

will ....k at 3 ,... Opea) Aaaortotfaei' will ',' :Cetera I
house will follow. AH UterwUed Gouty for the ,." 43c4
BurnHaOry N Oft lei 142 lOt 111 4.2 111
peraon are Invited to .... log abed a-rage.e 14 92 64 4094
tad year af act or It; M au .21 Itl III II' III 19949'' Ita 2* 139 1170

........_ The schedule 1* Mil SemiticBroom 'f {'h
Monday and T... $1 11 .Of INO .1. 111 UI It7 W 4$4 1M 44 93 .7* 434
Weather bar 9 wad 14. I.... Wat.eaBeua S 42112 4120 I" lOP 111$ 111 NO I In 19 22 g1121
Ave to front ef
L eVeertaasat. It .. ClaiM Ceert ledge "'" .'
Teee. lOIn n.. ed 2 .. 4 ,..; T metesas. M | 49 20* 711 47$ *4C 407 910 421 $4*&228 2* 6II 4108
Wed. 16/2S 11.. Friday at XL Had- II.. 19* $44. 200 14* 240 19* 200 lit. 121 29 21 II 2337
Taur. 19/29 tt (4 fcrildisMr. 10t. ft. Tar ....... is '
IS" OFFICIAL .lrT- rict c..w i aoeq W. Mdaiyrt el Av*. 1* .... I.1 r.
M 19/24 ... P.t.rsbng to .....*... to 1M UaatesBet etry dui by to 4 p.m.This .1LaaIof 1 'U J2a to4 4" 10140 230 $04 440''r 16* 21 16 4* 3370
Set. 19/31 tt a Proudest Pod .'... U 11 II Tt II 66 71 M 27 ** )* 10 2* n $44
$ea. 11/1 II 41 r.,1e.tkreeighewt tie werU lea* to aorviM I* ',
Me. U/ft Mu 1 1.1.01 f. fifj......* sal ****** l>I.tyr. toW KetarUM TV y/erthaae it I,i....* III Fee**. tMetrirl t c ;
1uriII. kit vhf Mee>My. A bealne aeaeie WM *a.aUsrtod Bdito ajAke Skis .,,'} .,.. ." Ml $74 $18 IU 41 90 92 1934
Moday fight at the AI Csdg ..... (PWte .yt>f) ..:... 0*. 340 990 $// 17 17 14 10 1029I

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Capacity Crowd Expected for "The Evolution of Jazz" Performance

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Knocky Parker XI Alpha Phis Statistics Acclaim Goes I

Said Greatest
A Held Party ProductionOur
By N. Y. CriticT On for Guild

__ The XI Alpha Phi chapter
of BetA Sigma Phi met at the
u p p e r wareAuditorium Town the Footlight ;
horn of Mri. Evelyn Lawton
seats lot of people but Dr. r :
a Tuesday nightMember Theatre GIti\d'\ second major
George Beauchamp, presidentof lW48 sea
of the
the Osceola Art and Culture *, dressed In Hallow production is establishing new statistical South Trail
Page Two-The Gatette, KUslrame Florida, November B, 1984 Center, predicts that It will be ten costumes, arrived under ton, highs In almost all de
filled to capacity on Saturday the watchful eye of a Jack
November 14, when O'Lantern near the entrance. partmenta. DRIVEINTHEATRE
I 1 (1Q 'di
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER Knocky Parker strikes the Upon entering the home which Mary Wooten, assistant Wilder'

first note of his one-man show, was decorated In the holiday rector of the Thornton
-Black Gold, 'Mantle' and 'Tartan 3 Challenges' at South Prim winning play,
Evolution of Jan" theme, they were greeted by Pulitzer
Trail Drive-In through Saturday, hobby Is statistical
Harry McPherson of the r the hostess and co-hoiUia, whose paramount
Q-Legion Auxiliary meeting, 7:30 p.m.0Oranp : ,: analysis, has made
Klsslmmee Symphonette who Mrs Cobb Whldden.following "
Gardens Civic Association meeting 7:30.n .
: known the following numerical ORLANDO, FLORIDA
"This is the Bible" studies, Orange Gardens Community Is in general charge of ticket the business sea
building. 10-11:10 a.m. ales advises all those who alon\ Mr*. Lawson presented a listed THURS. FRI. SAT.
Q American Legion Post No. 10.8 p.m. wish to hear this performance, program on "What li Life", addition to the will Dlack Gold'
of 28,
hamber of Commerce Banquet. Tupperware Auditorium. to buy their ticket now to with excerpt from "Leaves otGold" peaking role '1:00'Marnle':
a A townspeople
avoid disappointment Ticket I be a choir of 8, 7
7:80 p.m. Klssimmee St. ,. and S on-stag "assistant
available In ,
are I j7a
0Art and Culture Center Inc. meeting, 8 p.m. Cloud and Orlando Every Other member present managers." The 15 backstsg- 1:00-Color
were Mra. Charles White Mra. the supervision of Tarzan's Three
Association under
member of the Art era,
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1164 of the Footlight Theatre Eugene Speirs, Mrs. Pat Clark, Louis French, the Guild's staging Challenges'

0So Dear to My Heart' playing at Arcade Theatre through Guild and of the Symphonette Mrs. Alice Littlefield, Mra. chairman, will be concerned IIIGColorSUN.
ItSsr Dick Maklnson Mn. Velma .
Saturday has them. They are also on with the following
Q _'McLlnUxV at Cloud Theatre through Saturday sal In Klssimme at Hunts, Reynolds, Mrs George Reynolds lighting crew will have
-Rummage sale sponsored by Rebekah Officer's Club. Roberson' Drugs and at the Mrs Clyde Story, Mra. 63 light cues, which will necessitate MON.. TUES.
Q -Council of Church Women, 10 a.m. St. John' Episcopal Music Center In the hopping Pat Allen, Mrs. Riley Miles, 1ST Individual light 'Robin and the
Church. plsta. Mrs. Brownie Wise, Mrs T. L. changes. There are 44 eoe- Seven Hoods'
In St. Cloud they may be Quirk, Mrs. James Earle Lup- tumes, circa 1901-04, with 20 Frank SisiatraD
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1X4Q had at City Drugs. In Orlandoyou + fer, Mrs. Art Scalll and Mra. minor changes, on this de ..a Martin6:3011:00Sunday
will find them at all three Phillip Kelley partment's list Th special :
-Car Wash by 8th grade Sunday School Class lit Methodist Bill Baer shops Including his The next meeting will be sound effects, to be handledby 7:00: -Mon. A Tues.

Church. Broadway and Sprout. Melody Center In Bilks, ..tStreep' held at,the home of Mra. Eel.Icy. Harlequlnader Mike Moore, The Seventh Dawn'Willlsm
Jacksonville Univ. Soccer Match Winter Park. LUCK Carroll of Mr. and
O -Rollins v. on Orange Avenue TRYING HIS -Young Johnny son number 68. Frances Snyder, Holder
0Orange Garden Civic Association meeting, 7:80: p.m. and at the accommodation desk Mrs. Jack Carroll), tries his luck at the duck booth at the Klssim who heads the make-up dlvl- 8:18Sunday9:18Mon.
Barbecue American Legion, ( to 7 P-TA carnival Saturday The carnival was, held
0Chicken p.m. mee Elementary a production -
on the main floor of Jordan alon, Is setting up ft Tnee,
at the livestock pavilion. (Photo by Eby) Highlands Club of the 43
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1'64D Marsh. This is the first opportunity to take care Susan HaywardWEDNESDAY
all the resident of Meets TuesdayThe complete jobs entailed, plus the
-ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE the county hIV had to joinIn various maturing effects called
Q The New Intern at Arcade Theatre through Monday. the continued support of the Klsslmmee Highlands for.
Q Robin and the 7 Hoods,' 'The Seventh Dawn,' at South Center, a project which many Capers Rehearsals Are Woman's Club meeting will be Castwlse, director I Barry The Young: Doctors'
Trail Drive-In through Tuesday countian feel stands high on held November 10 at 7 p.m. in Mount has been especially Frederick March
Q Klngiman Quartet to ling at Church of the Natarene.Q the priority list of worth while Enthusiastic the form of a covered dish pleased by the fine support Stolen Hours'
-Frank Berlin Memorial Library anniversary and dedication causes. Exciting supper which will be held at given to "Our Town" by players .
of expanded facilities, 3 to 5 p.m. The music critic of the New St. John's Episcopal parish who are not directly con
Florida Florist Assn. "Holiday Floral Fantasies" York Times has called Parker
0Central with the Guild. The cast
Hsrlequlnsders are enthusljastlcally ?:tihyvl: Cherry Plata, Orlando, 2 to 0 p.m. "one of the greatest Jan pl.| to date, Is comprised of 10 COUPON NIGHT
antsy In America" It I I. not rehearsing and assembling Downtown Mr*. Ell!* Hugh Graves will senior Guilders, t Harlequin-
MONDAY. NOVEMBER t, IIUMlnl.terlll acts for the matinee Admission SOc per car
just a concert or a recital It be the guest speaker and will aders, and 18 non-members.
is a toe-tingling program called showing of Creative Capers at Area demonstrate floral arrange- This Is further proof of the Plus On Coupon
fj Assn. dinner for men of all churches. 7 p.m. 2 on November 14 at the TopicFuture
p.m. '
"The Evolution of Jass", of the long time Guild
First Baptist Church F.llowlblr.H.II.. Osceola County Art and Culture mentl.I success
n Rotary Club, 12:15. charge of program tracing growth from theCakewalk building. Harlequin, played of downtown Klssim
D 'LaBohem in English, Civic Music Association, Orlando. through ragtime Into by Frankie Carroll, will\ mee will be considered Thursday .
Q -Fourth round of Roberson Rexall Golf Tournament begin. Its gradual full flowering, serve a* master of ceremoniesfor Nov. 12 at the Civic Cen. REFRIGERATOR
through 18th, Osceola Golf and Country Club. ,.a story from with taped this exciting afternoon'sentertainment ter. Dr. James Sheehan, pro. FROHARD14
passages }
fesslonel planner with East
greatest laze bands ..1Ued\ presented for FREEZER
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, list youngsters and teenagers Central Florida Planning commission
together by the piano genlu
Q Kisslmmee Elk Lodge regular meeting, 8 p.m. of John (Knocky) Parker Andy Herrmann, directorcoordinator will be the principal !
the o'clock NO DEFROSTING [EVER.,tot
at 7:30 even
Q .Shell Club, Central Florida Museum, 7:45 p.m. for the show, has speaker
O -Mineral A Gem Society, Central Florida Museum, 7:45.Klsslmmee : LOCAL POLICE HELP announced that a fabulous meeting. I In the freezer!
Q Highland' Woman' Club. 7 p.m. Episcopal PROTECT THE PRESIDENT beauty contest of a bygoneera The specialist in business I ::: .
Parish House. Is in progress and that the planning and market analysis COSTS
0 -KAST Club open for 1964 65 season 7 p.m. City to enter Member of the Klsslmmo talent program is showing is expected to present Ideas competitive "no frost" models!
tain. Police Department and the great promise. At the close and make recommendations on Tested In G-E Laboratory under extreme
Klssimme Mounted Police a*. of the contest, a queen will be encouragement of business development ,
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1184 slated the Orlando Police Department chosen by a panel of prominent of this area. Currently Gulf States summer usage
In he I I. completing a survey conditions. Come in for proof of
security judges. Herrmann has
D The Young Doctor, 'Stolen Hours' at South Trail Drive-In
0VETERANS DAY. National Holiday during the visit of President hinted at such ahow-stopping for the six county area. G-E economy!
Jjhnson to Orlando last week. acts aa Eddie Fo,'. Old Soft
aMartin Astronomy Club, Central Florida Museum, 7:30.
Those taking part were Dun Shoe, Betty Boop, bits of Fan. 1I
TIIURSDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1964 Adams, Jlmmle WatforJ, Richard ny Brice, By the Sea, and Art and Culture 4 I BIGCER IERO-DEGREE FREEZER
E. Gould, Russell L Fender m nyoth.rsA, hilarious skit;
0'Night of JauMOTIesh, and the Spurl aVSauth Trail Kennrttri Wilson, Carl errthW ""ThV Marmalade Ov- Members to Meet* t than any leading comparable refrig

Drive-In through Saturday "tJQt 1I01l.*." - CRoil Garden Circle, 1:30: pm. Mrs. Raleigh fioUi. >, SuthnlandOteorge Reynold-.',f Brooks, provide unique Dr. Q, Q -American Legion Post NorH" ). 8 p.m. Don Dulgar, Larry Taggett creative talent from many president ot the Osceola Art
0"Thu. "is the Bible" studies Drange Garden Community and Jack Rooney, teenagers In a new type of and Culture Center, Inc. announced DELUXE FEATURES! Ice Ejector
building 10-11:80: a.m. musical symphonies.The that the annual meetIng [ f ; Trays with Storage Container! 3 Adjustable .
0Woman's Club Card Party, 9.30: am. of all members will be held r I
NEW INTERNS TO following teenager Harlequinades Thursday, November 5, at 8 Swing-Out) Shelves!
NOVEMBER PLAY AT ARCADEThe are participating
In the above acts: Judy and p.m.All --
la-V.teran. WWI and auxiliary, 7:80: p.m. Orange Garden New Interns, a drama Mary Jane Acne, Suzy Bart- members of the Sym PARKSFURNITURE
Community building.1llarlequlnaders starring Michael Catlan and Icy, Alice Cotton, Jeanne Caller phonette, the County Art Association .
present'Creetive Capers,' 2 p.m., Osceola Barbara Eden, will\ play at Gary Croft, MargaretGill and of the Footlight
Art and Culture Center the Arcade Theatre Sundayand Janet Goold, Kim 11 Ignis Theatre Guild are members of CO.
14-Central Florida Astronomy Club, Central Florida Museum Monday, It employ the Dana Lurle, Linda Lupter, the center by virtue of contributions
7:30.ItOICIOII surefire doctors and nurses Margaret Milburn, Chuck Ogletree made by their a

Art and Culture Center Benefit Performance, Tupperware story formula, a follow-up to Carolyn Phay, Barbara groups. tlllllllt@lll Ask about our payment terms,
Auditorium. Guest pianist, "Knock,* Parker to the TV series "Th Intern." Reynolds, Jan Rogers, Debbie Four directors will be elected easy
Illustrate the development of jars 'So Dear to My Heart," and Phillip Scalll, Sheila Hartley for three year terms MsM.T8-U4Y 117 C* ft Rst,ala.. big trade-ins.

16-Social Security Representative at Community House, 9:30: starring Byrl leas and Bobby Cindy. Kllcoyne.
'.m. to 12:30: p.m. Drlscoll will be shown Fridayand rii:

16-Jan Pearce, tenor, Civic Music Association, Orlando Saturday.The .
16-Rotary Club, 1215.; Paul Rlggs in charge of program Cloud"Theatre will ..bow"MeLlntock
Klsslmmee Elk Lodge regular meeting, 8 p.m. starring John
19-"Thla Is the Bible" studies Orange Garden. Community Wayne and Maureen O'Hara
building. 10.11:80: '.m. Friday and Saturday

19-American Legion Post No. 10. 8 p.m. SEE YOUR INDEPENDENT
Thanksgiving! Party OGGA. 7:30.: 00 Community Bldg. LEGION TO HOLD
20-Fall Ingathering of all circle of Needlework Guild. 2 p.m. CHICKEN BARBECUE

24-Xlwanl* Club Thanksgiving program Speaker, Orlando Makinson-Csreon Pit No. INSURANCE AGENT
District Superintendent Methodist Church.
10, American Legion will
24-Pirate Cove Meeting, 7 p.m., Civic Center. ,
24-Klssimmee Elk Lodge regular meeting, 8 p.m serve ner at a the chicken Legion barbecue Home din at FOR A CHECK-UP

the lakefront Saturday, November
7, from 5 to 7 p.m. NOW! YOUR
; Events
Coming Earl Yates will have charge rde p endent

of the KP duty.Donations .
wll be $1.25 for
BVBRY WEEK adults, 60 cents for children. PROTECTIONWEEK Insura ice AGENT

Dally-8 sin until lundown-Gatorland:
Dally-Public Zoo, Lake Front Park, Klislmmee
Dally-except Monday, Central Florida Museum and Planetarium ARCADETHEATRE "SERVES /
Orlando. Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to I p.m., YOU > | RST "
Saturday and Sunday, 2:00: to 1:00: p.m. Planetarium showIng -
2:30 and .:ao p.m. Sunday
Dally-9:00 a.m. until 4:00: p.m. except Saturdays, Sunday and
holiday*-Tupperware Museum, Klsslmmee. KIS8IMMEX

rThank Weekend Beg. November. I NOVEMBER 14, 1964

Matinees 1:30
Saturday and Sunday

You! Evening 7 Performances p.m.

'So Dear To
your confidence I is Heart'A.rl

sincerely appreciated he

Bobby Dn"'l

Hettinger Osceola Ainsworth

SUNDAYMONDAY'The Insurance Agency Insurance Agency Insurance Kathryn Herr Agency
New Interns' Insurance Real Estate

'., Michael) Callas

Barbara Edea 1012 N. Y. Ave. St. Cloud 222 10th St. St. Cloud 1612 St. Cloud
Hwy. St 1114
.aeod N. Y. Ave. St. Cloud



JeJki Ways
Mil,... O'HaraCOMING

ARCADE ATTRACTIONS W. H. Morse Corp. Nelson Realty Men Mann Frakes Lupfer1 Insurance

Insurance) Real Estate Insurance Inc.

n 'Your Cheating Agency

."" ,' ,,' Heart''McHele's

.. \ J. J. Griffin Jr. Navy' 333 Broadway Klaalm..... 107 Broadway KltsJmmea 102 Broadway s Klaalmmee 12 Broadway Khslmme

RrpreaenUtlrcOtceoU 'Island of BlueDolphin.

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Tho C....... KIsslmmee' Florida) NOT S. IMJ--Pare Tkre

Urange Mrs.HonoredBy!Vaa Hardens Happy SmithIs Held"Surprl..1 Birth. : jARyET MLE r

friends to Mr. Flo Smith
when they fathered at her 7.5 1 j) '
home, 1816 Oran,. Blvd, at ) ) r( f Theft'i a Harvest of Best Brands on Soft now at your friendly Wmn.Dtxn You'll lOve more !Hi I
five o'clock on Sunday Th. ) Mod and Astor Conned Goods You'll the freshest .
party, planned to perfectionby i L, ( during the Big $ Sol. on Thrifty lOve on j :
her husband Fred, was afestive Q,,,_'i s. t meat and produce Friendly service too.
occasion. The Smiths 1 CST
also had as their ruests on < NOBODY Moro
Saves You Than WINN-DIXIE
Monday, their daughter Mrs. lIiii.i:: Ir ..1 i ,u iIi!
Russell, Harris, Mr. Harris
RIGHTS RESERVE Prices. Geed hey Mh nr" Nov. 7th
and the children of Miami QUANTITY
.., .
florida. Mr Harris I. Turf mil Illl STOMS MM eO airt I. 4
Editor of th. Miami Herald.
Mrs. K. C. Moore Jr. 1806
West Vine Street Is reported
doing well after undergoing
surgery In an Orlando hsipluL Meg 29. rhr n, Mood Hlvs VC REGULAR 2" tHKlFTV MAID SLICED Y C

Please be reminded of the Peaches 42il Na 21
regular monthly meeting of Peaches 4 Cons 51 1
The Orange Gardens Civic Association .
Rep 2r/J3| ffvitt Mood Gold WK

president this evening.says that Lee Arthur the Corn 8 303 51. REGULAR 2). ASTOR FRUIT
business meeting 111'11berln\ Covet
promptly at seven-thirty and than Maid .enLimas Cocktail 5 Cons 51 1.
that th. .entertainment the 303 = .
evening will\ be a very Inter 6
eating pictorial presentation
the New York World's fair. 69 ; Reg 2/JS. Thrifty Mold AlotkaSsvPeasB&VI. No 211
Rev. D. Cot Love. 1724 W LB' 1. Pears 3 Cons 51 1.U 1.|
Doris Street has been released .
from a local hospital after undergoing
surgery. H. Is reported S. CHOICE LOIN LAMB Rep 29f Thrifty Mold Pmt4 r. REGULAR 2/J5 tHRIFTY MAID APPLEDrink

The EUikal doing well.Fellowship held 44Sil SauceREGULAR 8 03 51 193'

the first meeting of the win. . eml .
ter season at the home of Mrs Chops LB. Reg 27. Thriltv Mold Apple
Curtis W. Reese 1701 Gather- Juice "s'2"01 *' 212f. tHRIFTY MAID
In. Street with Mrs. Edna L w Cons laReg $
Hansen as co-hosteis. Dr. Cut Beets 1 10 JOJ 1.
George Beauchamp spoke Ten U. S. CHOICE RIB LAMB 29. Thrifty Mol:* -
members and two guests were JUice 4 t l lReg

)lr. and Mrs Gilbert D. 79 23. Thrift Mold S.*et 303
Hedden spent several days last Chops LB ; Tomatoes. 8 1.1.u.
week ton. with friends In Braden- Potatoes 5S''I.Re4(3f)9f 1e Cant

Mils Edith Spencer Is havIng Thrifty Mold lop REGULAR 2/Jll IHRIFTY MAID
a workshop In Pick-Up S. CHOICE SHOULDER LAMB SLICED FOR Milk .10 1.Reg 1. 303
Inkle weaving for the Orlando a Cons Spinach 10 1.1 I
Weavers on Thursday, No- nt
4S Corned
Thriltv Mold
vember 6th at Th. Maitland 59 <
Research Center. Anyone Interested Chops ; Beef S'B"015' $1. REGULAR 2723IHRIFTY MAID LARGE
In joining the a u Com
1723 please Oak contact Street Miss Spencer Blue Boy LiphMat Chunk Vyle Swt. Peas 8 Cos 1.1.i

Roy Schoenberger and sister -w/ Tuna .4 Cons /1/
Miss Pearl Schoenbergerhave -+ 'm. REGULAR 2, ))l THRIFTY MAID CREAM STYLE
returned to their home, /'" I Reg 22Tihnh* Mold

the 717 George summer Street at their They home spent In Catsup 8 t;:$1 1 (Golden j Corn 8 -303 1.

Nevada Ohio.
Archie Roe 1702 Janet St,.
has been appointed custodian
of th. Orange Gardens Community .
House. He replaces
Erford Woods who has resigned
Arthur Austin, 1728 Janet
Street was admitted to a local
hospital for observation on 59'
Saturday. vthe Chops Lb. GIt I ,
Mrs E. II Hotkey of Sanford 59" 1 4 SLICED'
.ttl.CAN \4
Florida calUd*, ** Mrs. ,
Arthur Austin Cheese 49
on Monday '
Catherine Miss Katherine Street left Allen Mondayto 1821 REGULAR 77' ASTOR VACUUM PACKED 'j t. / PILLSBURV ICE BOX Age 1,, 91 P-.le CWdng II.....

attend a convention of The 5' .j'! 1 ,, S r Cookies 45'REG. Bread.b.loo,23'. ,
National Audubon Society in Pkg
Tucson, Arltona She will be C ff 49 /
joined there by a friend Miss o ee 1-l1. CAN ; 251IUSeuaY CINNAMON Reg :Jt| Dlnle Darling Pound
t l
Myrtle Jane Cooper who I. Rolls 19'SUNNYLAND Cake,2-oI.Cokt29'
president of Decatur Audubon a. ,
Society, Decatur, ilL Numerous REGULAR 59, BLUE OR WHITE DETERGENT /jij a
hiking trips for bird studyin I
the Tucson area are planned ,
by the group Miss Allen Arrow 39; Sausage Lb 39'REG LARGE FIRM HEAD MESH
will go to visit with friends QT r Lettuce 2ror39'RED
before returning home !9, COPfLANO FRESH PORK:

Mr. and )Irs. Clare )(. Butter / SLICED t
and Mr. and Mrs Ellwood Sausage
Brake 708 George Sl at A
are Allies 5 .49'
home again after spending the / If, PALMETTO FARMS
summer in Ionia, Michigan. 1 BACON 1 HAWAIIAN CABBAU U R '
Also at home again from asummer Ajax 49 f raIes *
Gr. Salad 29' 5P
In Indianapolis Ind., "-0.. Cue ,49
are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis 1
710 George Street 101 WHITE SlICED U 1 No. I YELLOW
fro and Mrs. Lee Arthur, \ *
1724 Oak Street returned on Bacon 3u Ojaons. 53I
Thursday from a month long FROZEN FOOD
trip.They visited relatives and lb.
friends in Illinois Ohio and J I
New York. They enjoyed the (

beautful fall foliage through MORTON Owckerv lee., Tuiiey Sol"""" Moat Loot. Horn REGULAR S9f y
out five thousand miles of
travel. They report the most HNlfl TOIltO
beautiful of all\ were the Smok Dinners 2 lOt 791 r YL'L10W SOlID1
ies of Tennessee.

elevated 647 George Vice to President the Street office has of of Senior been the. DelightSfANREDI "LCAIIS 891 dE A N 5 t .)

Ladies Auxiliary District 4, \
WWI Veterans, at a meetingIn FROZEN BREADED : 2 .k 39 c u.1 01
Lakeland last Saturday. S 79 ;: : .
District Four covers a Urge 1
area of Central Florida. Mrs. Shrimp. .J2-oL'K.. tff>.
Etambangh also Is president of =
Barrack 1068. Xisshnmee.
Mrs. John Hoffman had asher F r
guest last week Mrs Pearl EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA .
Snyder of St Louis Mo. Mrs I I I '
Snyder formerly lived at 652 TOP YA.LUt.STAMPS.... TOP rxs..rr.r.VALUE STAMPS Too v V- STAMPS riALUE +.e lyO.e I

George Street .... ...
AH the Orange Garden resident .U"...-.......c._..,011 w.0.. ...a.....he...... ca.G.,0.a._N Ne... 5. .1"h

were hosts sad hoetae **- Ic., eream Ground a..f F.mll Crem.. .,., '
to numerous "Spook and -ow..o'no -tap-rv. 5..s T..eessas yea -

Goblins' on Saturday evening.A N..r "I I_ ..___ "T/ .'___ 'nEXTRA.
ad a sJcer group .f big and
little animals. skeleton", cowboys r A'f'
and Indians we have never EXTRAEXTl a:
seen, with their very polite TOP YAWl STAMPS I I TOP VAILH STAMPS TOP YAIUE =TAMPS 1T.w
"thank you* for each. little ------
..hand-wit" Nee .- ... .NU -... one ...... Me.

Whit:k';.;... I e" Loaf T.".'le' MAINE RUSSET

,,. .
Three OsceolaChiropractors -ruse- rue -'-- -Y-Oe.e.ess t rM

w. h1 ..__ fN .e .w__ n/
w. _
-- = Baking Potatoes

Attend Meet EXTRA. ETRA IEXTR 9r

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Three Ooeeob are atteodia CkiropraetfcphysiaaM tee s.. ... s.. c-. a eel .... AO

MU Educational aaamal State Seiaar c.tiGIIaM ., &w..raCornq; Card redIracy. ram ;:.;;carat Let \ 1
I -t.p-ray -'-.suss y.V -h. red
the Florida Ckiropractk\ Society 4
'1J M8 .. h9 1 1I
this week The tiagseotis.e ---_ .area.- --- (t
through Satada,.
They are Dr*. Robert E.Meomaa. SUNRISE SHOPPING CEH>I*
Rkaard H. Loef.
flat sad Darrew H. Getty.
Dr*. Loef et aced Getty are
eWfegatea l. the Howe of Del. kiIfrdiIiqcdJ3fl7

-ra-Chiropractic free* the Central Society,Florida

Tb ee-ve-tiea b Wac"*"
at the ....-.tchrafft't sad
JW>>ay 1-

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andria, Va.Funeral.

Before. aervicea were held
at 2 o'clock Wednesday from '
the Oriooom Chapel, with the : \.i'
> iF 'I 4 ,
Rev B. B. William, minister { \.
> ,. .. : 'f' iAfter. of the First Methodist Church, ." ,,'".j i{' .'"" '1
uiry "
',. officiating Active caiketbearen > ,: ," I
\ ,.
'r were George Baat, Jr. ) --
John E. Carroll, Sr, Bodo
Kirchhoff, Walter J. Nelson, -

W. W. Scott and P, K Weaver Editor, The Gazette: .,::::::::::: ::: :::::::::::::::::::.::.::: :: -
Honorary were member of I want to tell you how much
the Oaceola County Bar Aaao- I enjoy Barbara Lupfer' column Florence Hedgerock Mr,
Four-The Ontettr. Kittimmee. Florida, Not' ( 1DC4 elation.Obieqiriee. "Cooking I Ja Fun' Barbara Lucille Broyle. MnAahmore 1.1'lit
; at Otcenla I Memory i I. such a good cook and 1am Mrs Mary Ha<'1u
Garden were conductedby having a real good time November 2
Why Not Clean Up? B. P O. Elk Lode?; Number < trying all her delicious recipe Mr. Mildred Parrith Mnl
187'. GrtMom FuneralHome !
with Barbara, cooking -
I agree Alma Parsons, Mr: Alberul
war In charge of ar- IS fun Reynolds, Mr. Annie Hickey
If you'te driven by The Gazette lately, please rangementa.SAMUELKREKMAV. Sincerely, :Mr. :M a y m e Cunningham,|
note our new coat of paint Mr. D.vld.l. BurcMield Mr*. :Mary Porter

We had to paint up our own building before we I x Discharges
could write this editorial Samuel Krekman. 82, of October 27
and elsewhere
;In the Notes
paperjou'll Patrick Street Klulmmee, Hospital Mi** :Mercer Lawler. James
see why we say this. Like many Kissimmee residences paned away early Sunday after White :Mr. Minnie Englj.

and businesses, ours looked pretty shabby a lengthy IIIn.... OSCEOLA HOSPITAL Rev, Callahan.
With winter visitors arriving why not A native of Yugoslavia, he Admissions October 28
: October 27 Mr. Ethel
Johnson I
moved to Klitimmee 22 year Vn!
1)) Clean up your yard and trim the shrubbery. Cook Charles C'lherln..11.
ago from usury, Ohio. H* Rev Maurice *, John King
2)) Mow the vacant lot next to your house even if was a retired cabinetmaker A. Tyson. :Mn Anna McDuffie Arvellc Brown
you don't own it. He was a member of Holy :Mri Edith Calloway, John October 30
Redeemer Catholic Church King, Thomas Miller, Ramon Mr I Itola Brewer, Thomn|
3)) Put on a coat of paint and make those minor Survivor Include his wife, Browne Miller:
repairs >ou'\e been intending to get done. -- --.w---- Julia Krekman; one ton, Anthony October 28 October 31
Kissimmee's streets and parks look better. Kis. dl Krekmtn Bndenton; An'I* Dewey Brown. Dr. D. Coe Love, Curtis Mir I
two daughters, Mn. Julia October 2)Mri William Kuhn Mri. Hattifl
simmee is getting new schools which look better. We'll Krieger, Matury, and :inn. : Bertha Allard, Thomas Weaver, Mr*. Maude Leach
soon have two new bank buildings, a number of new Elizabeth Malinoikl: \\' e it H.).. November 1
church buildings a new city hall. Middlesex, Pennsylvania; alto October 10 Mrs. Betty McGowan.
:Martin Winch Miss ZildaHeutlnkveld November 2
two grandchildren and four
Make jour property worthy of these public and great-grandchlldren. :Mitt Sandra Ad- :Mr. Bertha Allard Harold I IParrith

private efforts Recitation of the Rotary l.lnt. :Mrs Anna Knoebel |
October 31 John La Fauci.
war at 730 p.m. Tuesday In
the Griiiom Chapel. Funeral :lIra :Maggie Clark, John )fI.
Are You Starving Them? i t services were held at 9 am.Wednetday lam, :Mitt Orean Shelton, Patronize Your
1 in Holy Redeemer Min :Margaret Henry, Mm

Tonight many of us will break bread together as Catholic Church, at which timea Lottie Cooper NaborhoodMerchant
the Chamber Requiem :Matt was offered November 1
begins another with
year Mrs. Ruth Wtldrop. Mri.
for the repose of hit lout by
the Installation of its new officers and the start of its the Rev, Paul Wood>'ard. Catketbearer -

annual membership drive. were selected from

The Chamber Is often criticized seldom praised ObituariesBILLY the Holy Name Society. Interment
was In Oiceola :Memory .
despite its very real and major accomplishments. The Gardens. Grlnom Tunertl I

result is that most businesses contribute the smallest STRICKL4ND MABEL H. IIAIILTOSI.btl JOHN SCHAAFF CADEL Home was In charge of arrangementt. .

amount they can reasonably get by with as their memo Billy Strickland. 53, of Hen ) H. Hamilton, 71, of John Schaaff Cadet, 85, of .
bership fee.What d.rion, North Carolina, patted 3204 Cedar Avenue, Kitiim- 22 S, Clde Avenue, Klitlm-
happens then away In Memorial Hospital, mee, pitted away late Tuei- mee, retired attorney and city MISS S. G. JOHNSTON. During The Service
Chapel 1 Hill, North Carolina, day after
evening a lengthy and official
county ,
Usually, the Chamber is limping along by early after several week IIIn,". iIln.... Monday after being paneaaway ill S. Gltela Johnston, 811, of

fall without sufficient money to pay its current salaries A frequent visitor to KitImmee A native of Cardlngton, several! ",..ttka.A 302 mee,Sproule patted away Avenue" late, Klitlm-Thun- Our family room provides privacy whenIt
,, he native and
and other bills The Manager and the Officers (lifelong resident wt of a Henderaon, Ohio the had been a resident native of Maryland! he day at her home f I. most deilred From this private room
find themselves wasting time which could well be' He was a member of the Bip- of' Kliiimmee for the put tear had been a resident of Klulm- A native of Greenwich, Connecticut the family can hear and tee the entire
tilt Church. ) *. mee for the put 51 years. He she had returned toy memorial service and, at the conclusion of
spent on community promotion trying to raise the H. operated a hull- She was a member of the war a right of way attorne Kliiimmee Jut week to spend the service, leave through the private exit.aanoeM ,
grocery .taws I Of
funds to finish out the >ear. net In Hendenon. Church of ChrliU for the Stat. Road Department the winter tenon. ass

An illustration: In 1949, the first recent year Survivors include hit wife, Survivors Include her hut- for many years before There are no known tunlon \- nottti soul
with & full-time paid executive the Chamber raised T he I ma Strickland; Mother, band Walter J. Hamilton Sr., hit retirement He war m'>'or MK'IOIS
Belle Strickland Oxford N.C; daughter Gwen C. Lockhart, of Klulmmee twice, the finttlm. Grlnom Funeral Home i b (in &11001'110II
from merchants a total of $7000, out of $7(00 pledged. two tltteri "lrlnl. and Katherine Klitimmeei; four itepdaughteri in 1917; and wa* chairman charge of arrangements.
This past year (with double the population and double both of Oxford; three Gllndo Jo H.mlllon.n.. of the board of Oiceola III RlEDELChevrolet
the number of businesses the Chamber raised brother, Man'in Strickland, da Carter, )In. Harold VVeemi County commlitlonrri At the Stores Refrigerator
) as only Roxboro Willard and Clde and Mrs. Carl Alton Jr.; two time of hit death he wa chairman >4HOua 9Ionu
$3,197.50 out of $5,467.50 pledged It is less today Strickland, both of Oxford stepsons, Walter J. Hamilton of the Klulmmee Board; USED FURNITURE AMSUIANCISHVICI CI to 1MMI11
despite the increase in costs during the past 15 years. Alto uncle and aunt. )Ir. and Jr.. and James J. H.milton.11 of Adjustment SewelNThurmond ItISSIMM" fiOIlD"I $1.111

If you are one who has given a "token" to the Mn E C. Grltiom Sr., and Orlando. He was a member of the
I cousins, Rebecca Bronion, B.C. Funeral services were heldat Methodist Church where hewai It N Certnde Sc at RtOrlaad
Chamber, we urge you to inquire again into the many Grlnom and Edward C Grit- 10:30 a,m, Friday from the a Sunday school teacher 541.3111
and \ari"! d services our Chamber renders We think aom Jr., all of Klulmmee. Grlnom Chapel with Etange- for several yean; of Orange
it's worthy of more than a "starvation" diet Funeral services were held lilt R Geneett, of the Blossom Masonic Lodge, the
1 r i Sunday afttrnopn In Hendet- Church of Christ,. officiating, Kltiimmee Klwanlt Club, anj i
4 /* \ assisted b>. Bro. ,John> Biailey a charter member of the BPQ SHRIMP,
Ofl1rar'ii;; Company lien i> and Bra Genty Suit C... Elks Lodge of Kiitimmee. In A Basket 1

!ketbeirert were )1,..,.. Richard Hit wife, Ed)'the Mitchell
The Martin! Cave' John Ellis, XV timer Cadel died In Kliiimmee 4
company has contributed greatly to EDWARD VAL SUER I In FREBZL"ITBDRIV'E.IN
a m e i, Stanley Onnlr..t, Y rlI
159. Hli only survivor It n I
I a
the steady growth which has seen Oaceola add another Edward Val Siuer. 0.1. D.' ... Clinton Putnal and Roy Tooth- cousin Howard Joynt,, Alex y
20' to its population In the past four years since the ed sway In the Veterans HoeHal. man _Interment followed in 1 i
1960 census. ( Chlllicoth. Ohio. Friday Otceola Memory Gardens.
He had been a winter Grlnom Funeral Home wn In
Among this group of new residents are many resident In kltiimmee for charge of arrangement,

competent persons many years before enteringthe JOsFI'H E. .JOHNSTON
At Orange Gardens Kisiimmee has attracted an. \A Facility 2 years ago
He wa a native of )lidJI.. Joseph Eggleiton Johnston
other group of highly intelligent new residents port Ohio and war a Bap- T2.: of Idoi a Park Kliiimmee
We think-without prejudice to the present decommission lilt and a \eteran of the prominent Otceola County ci-

In any wa-thRt it is time that these Spaniih American \\.rSurl then and member of a pioneerCentril I
new residents were represented in city Ivors Include one daughter Florida family, paned I
our govern Ruth Stare, Kliiimmee. In Orlando I
away an hospital
ment. We believe they have much to offer. Also A grandchildren and IS Saturday evening.

For the past 15 or so >'e8"' Kissimmee has been great Funeral were heldat Born April 22. 18l'2 In St.

governed bj the city manager, acting under a city 4 o'clock Sunday from the Paul. Nebraska, the ton of
commission composed of business people. This has Grlnom Chapel, with the Rev John J. Johnston and Sarah
Fred Tome, Minliter of the Jones Johnston he moved toOsceola
been good and we should not change it unless we can Church of the Nazarene. of. County In 1815.\

improve it. Improve It we can, however, if the new flclatlng Caiketbearen and A Ml engineer, he was
residents in our midst who are capable and interestedin Presentation of the Flag war founder of the Johnston Engineering
better courtesy of the Maklnion-Car. and Surveying firm >
even government will offer themselves for
son Poll Number 10. American and war county and city tur-
election. Legion Interment followed In \e>'or for many years before !
Poorly qualified persons, or those who feel our Rose Hill\ Cemetery. Grltiom hi> retirementHe .
city government is corrupt and needs a thorough over Funeral Home war in charge war veteran of World >
of arrangement. War I. with the 23rd
haul, probably need not offer themselves for election. serving
Engineer and
was a chatter
The electorate we believe is well satisfied with the FRED LO1 THRtSH member and a put commander j .. .

present sound management of our city This does not Fred Ley Thrush, fl2, of Old of Maklnion-Carton Post : wr _
mean that further improvement cannot be made. Constructive Orlando Highway, Klttimmee, Number 10. American Legion.
H. wn member of the First
candidates please apply to the people brief away Illness Thursday aftera Chriitlm Church, Orange I

for, their endorsement (Elections will be held next A native of Rote Township" 810"011LocI,. Number 60, F
March, so it's time not begin thinking) Pennsylvania he had been a A,M., and the Florida En.
resident of Klttlmmee for the gineerlng Society. I
put 9 ytara. He war a retired Sunlxor Include hi* wife,
Goocl Job BobBob farmer Immaroe Stanford Johnston;
He was a member of th. two. sons, William J. Johnston
Berlinsky attacks everything with North Kltiimmee B a p 1111 I and John J. Johnston all of I
great en-
Church and the Woodmen of Klulmmee; stepson, WarrenS
erg)', and this has been particularly true since he the World. Burkholder, Naples; daughter I .. .
i resumed the office of Chamber of Commerce Managerlast Survivors include his wife, Mrs Leo J. Lilly Lake
)'ear. I\a Me A nine h Thrush Three wales; two sisters, Mr*. Ella
daughter, )Ira. Floyd Arm. abeth Pirker Klulmmee and
The successful Boat-A-Cade just completed was gott, Orlando; Mr*. Dwight Mr. Maggie Turner, Orlando:
an example: it went off smoothly, it attracted more Armour, Indiana, Penniylvanla II grandchildren and one

boats than a year ago, and it ended up in the "black"For and Mr. Two. Paul alters)Marlett, Ira Dick Kitilmmee greet-grsndcbild. workpower"walks"

those businessmen fit Shield Funeral services were heldat
see not to support Summervtlle, Penniylvnla -
2 o'clock Monday from the
the Chamber of Commerce and Mr. Martha
we urge a reappraisal of Griiaom Chapel with the Rev.B.
Park BrooVivllle, Perm 'Ivan,
the effective job this organization does in our com la. Alto 10 grandchildren) and B. William, minister of
munity. t great grandchildren. the First Methodist Church,
4 Don't be the of Funeral lenlrei were heldat officiating, auiited by the
slowing down
cause Chamber'swork
our right
S o'clock Sunday from the Rev. Jimmy R. Cox, minister over bumps and trouble
by failure to join the Chamber or by failure to Griaaom Chapel I, with the Rev of the Firat Christian Church

pay up after you've joined. Berlinsky and the Chamber R. V. Xauffman, minister af Caiketbearera were nephewa., Independent front suspension takes the "truck" out of
the North Kliiimmee Baptist H.rbtrColr, Malcolm El.drWg.
doing a first class job!
( ('butch. officiating CaikeU ... soh Henberg. Dan truck ride. It smooths rough roads truck
bearer were )I".,.. L L. Johniton, Pat Johniton, Jr., protects driver
i, 71F1tr .liissimmee gazette ....rm.n. Mickey Rods, WI 0Uam )- and A. E. "haley. Preientation and cargo from excessive jolting. And on Chevrolet pickups "
Rice, Lester Stephen. of the tit\ at Oaceow
Virgil Swallows and William Memory Garden wa by MakInaonCaraon it's a proved system with millions of miles of
AL CODY EARL E. NEIBERCER BOB CODY Taylor Interment followed .in Post American user experience

Publish Editor Editor! ) Direct OaceoU Memory Garden. Legion.Criiiom Funeral U...* behind Try it out on one of Chevrolet's great Fleetside or
GriaaoM Funeral Homo was In war in charge *f arraage-
A JOHN H. PERRY NEWSPAPERS chart of arrangement. Stepslde It's
tent*. pickups. one of the big reasons that Chevrolet
clau pub paid at Post Office at Klaalmmee, Florida .
$14L PuWJibed. every Thursday at Stewart Avenue and Verona BOBBY DEAN ODOM JOEL C HARPER 1 is first choice with pickup users from coast to coast Talpbase7.2881. Mill Addretat P.O. Boa Funeral aorvicee. for Bobby
Sr" Dean Odom. 23 of 104 Di1IJ a. Joel C. Harper, former ..*... Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about type of true
s Gfp I .tf.rtW.r IIut4 v opea out.96 parr per Loch witch ham Avenue Kiuimme. who deal of Klaaimm. passed j ,
,....... -Jaartiitrf baaed on rat* column wa drowned la Shingle Creek away ednedayT October 2S, '-' p ->-.."'- --
u ,., ..iliteixy and volume. Claitlf led advertUIngditplay late Friday were held w A*. at [lad, City STARLING CHEVROLET ",1
..so4Sled nder contract it |l-t. bug Georgia. INC. !
... l per Interment was H. had been employed a* a ,
In Snow Ridge Cemetery. printer at The Kfaimme Catette 10 MOMUMfNT AVfNUt PHONC S47.? Mr.e '
co t4w y; mail 14,00 per year, anonlh tUo, by Criaaom Funeral Home war in for 11 y.." prior t* hi* Imo{, R6l10An
Au --. charge of arrangementv .
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Rose Circle Names Linda Lee Vannoy

Officers for Year w.9 : Has Birthday

TIE 0 Mrs C. W. Conley, predo ,. : ,, Mrs. Thomas H. Vannoy entertained .

uI dent of the ROM Circle of the ; the friend of her

Klsiimme Garden Club, has daughter, Linda Lee, 9, with a
announced the standing committet combination blrthdsy-HalWw.

chairmen for the 1964-\ een party at her how In Or
66 club year. ang Garden tact week.
Other club officer arti Mr*.
Room and table decoration
William Dettmer vie preal.dent
On the birthday list this John and Molly Loomis were In the Halloween motif.
Th Gazette, Klsslmmet, Florida, NOT. I. 111M. .Page Fit* ; Mrs. Thomas Stover arrived -
secretary Mra. HJlpa Pryor, week art Rita Hammond, Monday from Hlngham, Those attending wets David
treasurer Sandy Parker, Ronnie York, Wisconsin to spend the winter. Water, Karen LaLama Beverly
Committee chairmen are: Sybil Carte, Lola Anderson Mr. and Mrs Marvin Drlg- Water, Laurie btefka,
Mrs. Lena Hunt, Bird and A n n i I. McWlUlama, Elsie pen spent the weekend at Teresa Brown, Martha Marl
Conservation; Mr. Ralph Mortland Connie Berllnsky, Mlapl visiting their son Marvin Partln, Debbie LaLama Cindy
Porter, Landscape design; Mr. Jeep Harris, Ma Fisher JN and their daughter, Turvln and Susan Chand'tr.
Stanley Evans, finance; Mrs Ads i.ouise Brown, Anna Wll- )Ir.. Warren Gamble and fsmy. .

,. v Fred Burton, flower how; nero Trio Partin, Vida Gould, y.
ilI Mrs. Robert Smith garden Lids Partin Bobby Best, Phyl- )lr. and Mr*. Esra ""ne.. Legion Auxiliary
t F t I., therapy; Mr*. George Sellmer lit Mueller, Joseph Koima, seeker of Lyndon, Illinois have To Meet TonightThe

M It kJl hlltorlan'l Mrs Malvin Samu Bob Facey, Nancy Barker arrived to spend the winter at
ii I atr culture; Mr. Roy Connie Partin, Margaret Bar. 718 Thacker Ave American Legion Auxiliary .

1jj a Hansel, hospitality; Mr. EarlD. ker, Ellen Huntstnger, Mr*. Mr. and Mr. E. II. Shelp. will meet Thursday night
+" Clark library; Mrs. Jennie L M. Steven. Sylvia W,. line arrived this week from at 7:30, at which time the
Phillip, membership; Mrs. HONORED-Mrs. Cecil Sylvester president of the XUslmmee song, Edna Overstreet, PtLupfer Herrod, Ohio to spend the win. gift for the Christmas Gift
William Dettmer program; Elk Auxiliary, present Mrs John D. Davis Jr., past president William Driver, ter at 120 Mabbette Street. Shop will be displayed.
Mr*. Albert Roger, publicity; with a Harry-Anna Hospital Trust Fund certificate on behalfof G 1 a d y Thompson Fldgl These gifts are designed forth
life; Mr*. H. H. Williams, tele- the local auxiliary In recognition of the work done during her Rohile, Albert May, Mary Circle to Meet veteran In the hospitals
Mrs. Fred Thrush spiritual active membership before moving to Lake Wale Scarff, Jimmy Dyer, Jo at Bay Pines, Coral Gables

phone, (Photo by Eby) Fornei, Rlchall Padgett, Roger The Jennie Phillip Circle and Lake City to give atChristmas
Mr. Raleigh Roll will be Nelson Anita Lorens, will meet Wednesday, Novem. time.
hostess at the November 12 Becky Miller Paula Callahan
ber II, at noon at the horns of Mrs John I. Brown meeting at her home at 321 Jeannlne Belter, Doris Painter
Honor Roll Posted at Mr*. Jennie Phillips, 21 North district president, will make
Verona Street. Mr*. Jennl Calvin I I lluntslnger. Best Clyde. Ave.
her official visitation at thla
Phillip and Mrs. Hilpa M withes to each of you. All Star
are Invited. time
Pryor will be co-hostesses, Osceola SchoolThe .
High Pr D (0. Love is recuperating -
w. The meeting time I* 130. at his home after under.

Mr*. Malvin Samuel will pre. going surgery last week at the GRANDEBY
1u.ATTEND. sent a paper on horticulture Honor Roll of Osceola Goold Lynn Randall Martha Osceola Hospital.

High School for the first six S..alonl. David Allemeler Lucille Dawkln Fletcher

The G. R. Jacksons week period was announced Linda Cole, Jan Roger, secretary at the Civil Defen

CONVENTIO.V-Mr and Mr. Lyle Ribley are shown this week by Max Water, Grad 12)) Judl Posey, MsiyLe office, Is a patient at th. MedIcal NING
Note Anniversary BlrTk Lynn River, Bill Center after suffering a
a* they registered for a three day convention for State Farm principal. .
Insurance agency representative in Washington D. C. llankini, Connie Winfrey, ,J. heart attack last weekend.
Mr. and Mra. George R. Grade Jan Davlson
10: nell Douglas JuBy Mathay, Jets Thacker and children of
Jackson will\ be honored at an Janet Kauffman Cindy Kitcojne Tom Frlesner, Delia Carter Clearwater the weekend STUDIO

Kissimmee Elementary News: open house Sunday afternoon Chris Lohmann, Charles ,Joe Buscher Aileen Chapman, her and at spent her collage on Alligator .
from 2 to 6 In their new home Swallow. Linda Schmidt JanIce Kathy Schatf, Sandra Warden Lake where she enter
at 1715 Oak Street, when their Hsrblson Jill Stonebraker 1474 N. STEWART
Dee Hopkins Marcia Lorn- tamed the
Wesley FellowshipClass
Halloween Carnival is daughter, Mr. Stanley Anthony Susan Warden. hardy, Jan Ribley, Sandra of the First Methodist
and Mra. Harry Echel. Grad Ht Leslie Gift, Glen. Reed, Brenda Pipkin Peggy Church Sunday afternoon, NOVEMBER 6th and 7th
SuccessfulBy berger entertain to celebrate da Matson Gamett Moore, Goulsby, Patsy Bush Eugene
Termed .
Very their parents' 60th wedding Linda Roger, Wesley Clark Spelr, Susanne Wade, Heidi Robert" Allen who I I. attending
anniversary Joe Kowalskl Nancy Spices, Rings, Jeanne Skinner. Florida State, was home
Brenda for the weekend and wa driving
The Jacksons, who moved to Shaw Barbara Punsa.Ian. Student with all "A's"were
Peggy Bradbury ed some of the cow being a classy new Chevrolet
Kliiimmee six years ago from Locke Katie Clem. Linda Schmidt Peggy
Thank to all of you terrific milked and the milking process Breckavllle, Ohio also have one, Pam Goodrich Roslyn Armstrong and Suzanne Wade. when he returned CAN GIVE YOUR LOVED ONES I
Kisslmme folk who helped was explained. Highlight of Mr. Adama
two sons, R. W Jackson of Carl who now !
make our PTA sponsored Halloween the tour wa when Mr. Johns Lake Worth and George R. live at Deerfleld Reach, drove
Carnival such a success. ton treated the group with Jackson Jr. of Chicago. School Honor over and visited friends here 11. ;)
And a big special thank let cream cones, chocolate Highlands while visiting her arm Judge FREE
goes to the general chairman milk and gave each ont a George Adam at YUndi-mere, .
of the Carnival Mr*. Iris bank Mr*. James McLeod Weavers to Note Roll for Six Weeks Mrs, 11. P. Amos I I. a patient
Larson, and her committee for went along with the group. 50th at Orange Memorial hos- w
their planning and staging of The boy and girl enjoyed Anniversary pits) Photo Chrlitmat

this night of fun. writing storks and drawing The honor roll at Mra Donald Askew of 8-
Mr. and Mr*. P. K. Weaver Highland son, Michelle Chandler, Betty 1
Wednieday, November 11, pictures about their trip when stile Card Poldori with
who celebrated their Golden Elementary School hat been Sue Clark, Connie Lunsford, Washington wan the
will be a school holiday for they returned to school. Anniversary November 4, will announced by William/ Ketch. Martha Oaks, Janice Srhunk, weekend guest of Mr and Mr. purcha. of gift
Milton Sailor Is
a new student
Veteran' Day.Thursday Lawrence Sadler.
be honored enid, principal. Amy Swallow, I
at Saturday Wynn
November 6, I lethe in Mr*. Pat Redgrave' November a reception Fourth Grad., Mr. Nichols] Touring Florida for the portrait.
7, at the
end of the first nine-week second year room. Jeff Johnston home of Dr. and Mr Lynn Nichols, Dwight Cool, first time, Mr. and Mra. Kd. i
grading period for level one brought a real pumpkin 1620 Orange Blvd. Linda Vannoy, Linda Coffman, Quartet to Sing ward Thorn of Clinton New
through nin. Report card go made into a Jack.O.Lantern. Friends Susan Halnlln, Cindy Turvln. York are guest of Mr, and
home the following Thursday.Mrs. The class Is happy to have two art asked to call Fourth Grade Miss At Church Sunday Mss Austin Powell
between 8) and /6 or 7 to t.AIII.tlnll .
Sadie Reec report Future Teacher girl to help. ton I Stephen Vehonsky, Mar Mr. and Mr*. Nat Ryan and
) The
the Klngsman will
that Fred Stinebaugh did an They are Cathy Prentice and tin Badders, Cynthia Baxter, daughter Nancy Griffin will
entertaining will be the Weaver' ling Sunday morning between
interesting art object with his Cindy Hertberg. James Campbell, Gail Bradford spend the weekend with Ruth
decoration in the daughters, Mrs. Donald IIU: and 12 noon at the amd .ph that ..k e tolling
Halloween These original stories came Walker of John Parker, Clara Gal Church of Griffin. peed ph Ugr (, lp
Mrs the Nisarene
classroom from Mr*. Lois Grlssom' third Richardson Orlando of Atlanta Randolph lagher, Linda Toothman. to Rev Fred Tom, .according Mr. Lawrence Roger spent llk.nit, tok* rim. te prt i* pr.pHy.l .. Com
Every six week the Beetles year room. Halloween by Steve and Mrs. Fourth Grade, Mr. Bond: the weekend with her brother In new, boforo th. holiday rush ....1"*.
Club in Mr*. Maitland Winfrey-when it i I. Hallow Roger Crook of Ra- Lisa Dye, Loretta Duncan, The Quartet from Ashevllle, A. W. Bailey, and hie family
KocnceWrftfngTsde elect of. i eei 4 the nvitche are out andscaruyon leigb . Rena Carter N C., le I among the top gospel I In Orlando.Mr .

f ic ri.*Th* 'YW") officers are: half .to death. They "7 f4 A''c' Fifth Grade )Ir. Clarki: quartet of the South. n... and Mr*. \Donald Dixon
President, Art Lo.don'Ire art on their broom and they Lynn Davis Wins Debbie Croft, Mary Kimberly Tom will deliver the message of $t, Petersburg were weekend EBY STUDIO
President, Bobby William; will pick you up. The skeletons Julie Rudders, Jeannin Carl- and a special baptismal service guests of Mrs George
SecretaryLance Reynolds; and ghost art out too. Senior ChampionLynn nee, Debbie Guelde, Richy will be conducted at the Gardner B
Devotional Chair I man, Jim When Halloween I I. over they Yates, Dale Bronson. district renter on Sand Lake Mr. and Mr. Prater Gilbert Eby, Photographer
Caldwell; Program Chairman, go back into their haunted Davis won the Senior Fifth Grade Mr. Hanselli; at > D.m. Sunday, war the guest of Mrs.

Mike Green; and Sargent of house Grand Championship Trophy Beverly Waters, Cheryl Brown, The Sunday School, under Gilbert' brother, J. B. lYev-
Arms, Dennis Danlela. Today at school w* hade a in baton twirling contest Sat.urday Robyn Alder, Kelly Clifton the leadership of Robert Clark, alt, for the opening of his 141\ N. Stowart Jjjj Fh. 847-2437
Their first program was a shaker It was fun. It I I. fun In Tampa. This was Beverly Water, Serena Bell. has an enrollment drlv. underway ultra modern packing houseIn
Halloween co. t u m e parade. to make a shaker. Do you sanctioned by the Drum Major. Fifth Grade, Mr. Balleyl 1 called "Harvest ofSoul. Tavare.
Judge were Jeff Scalli and know how This I I. how. You ettes of America and Lynn Michael Chandler Mike Waddell .". All who are now' enrolled .
Kim Miller. The girl mad take two tin pie plates and wa judged by their director. Leland Watson Sandy art urged to participate
cookie and cupcake to serve staple them together and then Lynn won four other first Austin Cathy Calloway, Judy In this drive and new families

after' the program. you take a tongue depressor place trophies in her age dlvl- Hudson, Nancy Johnson Mary are urged to attend Announcing .for convenience
lion besides your
Mill Melissa Hill's fourth and staple It on to the two pie overall championship Lombardy, Corlna Patterson The church will l b. raising a
grade has a piper line in the plate First you have to put and one medal, first Sixth Grade, Mr. Dunlapt special missionary offering on
room It' a piece of clothesline some rock between the plate in advanced one-baton, first In Sheila McC.II.Sixth Thanksgiving Sunday, November OUR NEW ALL CREDIT CARD PLANINow

with clothe pin on it. before you staple them 10 it advanced two-baton first in Grade Miss McBride: 22, a special
Every time a child make anA will make noise. Then advanced fancy strut, first In Lou Ann Miller, Yvonne Bad- Sunday school rlana, for of
you are wtkomt to chsrgt purchases by presenting any on.
on a paper, he get to hang write your name and then military strut, and second most den, Frank Vehonsky, Brad December you
It up and show his good work. are done. And then you you can beautiful military.Auxiliary Padgett Ronnie Johnson Terry The public la Invited to attend more ,than 90 different approved credit" cards, Including thoM 'Issued by majoroil

This group I I. also reading shake It. Bethune. these special services. companies, airlines, banks, department. stores' tic, This convenience h.. been

about the pioneer day*. An old The upper grade music students Officers Sixth Grade Mr. Kimberly: mad. available through' our affiliation with CREDIT CARD ACCEPTANCE CORP.
fashioned display featured Randy Bronson
a Jeff Clark I
spinning wheel brought by have been of Mrs.reviewing Jean Donahue musical Honored by UnitsAmercan Bill Hughey, Rubble Stewart, BeautifulInteriors Visit ui soon, won't you W pca) .. leeIre./ to crWja your purchase

Rebecca Sullivan, covered wagon skills such as clef staff and Kathy Arrlngton Rene Bron. with any mtjot frtdit wd. W,'" looklnf/ forward to serving/ you!
Imitation by Margaret Legion Auxiliary
not value. have been
Hearn, branding iron by Lynn They member of Charles E. Csthey
Bowen a bracelet over a 100 learning Halloween songs and Unit No. BO and Maklnaon- A *!h and aetUf-aN to eeelJprI | DII'IHC'IYII"UI PROM THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS

year old by Susan Junker. creative listening to Sourcer. Carson Unit No. 10 Jointly entertained : AND THE ORIINT

mann and card showing picture er's Apprentice and Night on Mr*. E. A. Roberts t I
Bare Mountain. They have also :
of the early day by department president State of POLYNESIAN FASHIONS
learned several folk :
games.First KISSIMMEE .. ;;
Richard Burton. Florida, and Mr*. John I.

Mn. Grace Johnston's fifth these year Halloween music studentslearned Brown, 6th district president, JUNIORS I Furniture Co. COLONIAL PLAZA MAIL, ORLANDO, FLA.
grader have been doing interesting songs with a luncheon at Mra. Mac'sdining
Five Little Pumpkins/ The ,
poster and reports In room last week. Approved' Credit Carder Welcome
Pumpkin Man W* are Jack. P..... 847-44II
science on the study of the O'Lanterns, and they have Twenty-tight auxiliary I I 'HI C./ir" Cud ,
earth. members attended the lunch HUNT BROS., BROADWAY epytthf Aco.puae CIII"4' In U i A
working with the Rhythm
Many of the children hare Band. eon.
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brought In rock and mineral Second and third year children
collection Along with these learned 10 days of Halloween .
project and their textbook Witches on Broom,
they also observe TV scienceon and have been working with

Tuesday and Thursdayson the Rhythm Band and on folkgames. Select 1
Channel 2 from 1:30 to 2. new
Two new students have entered your f ,

this class, Dale Slaughter .

and Nancy Durranc. I
Mr. Johnston' claaa had a 2111' TALL
chance to tat some homemade '

butter and cracker ont day UfAIUlaNS
when ROM Marie Kenton GALS

brought her Mother's churn -
and they all took turn churnIng IONO -
IIII ,.. ElectricFilterFlo@Washer
the milk to butter. This WAISTCD7Wa
was a new learning experiencefor
moat of the group.
Mr*. Ruth Roger took her tfttfann h ywr ......

second year student on a field VYIHTH PAte MALL

trip to Johnston'* Dairy. They 0,.. If .:00 P.M.
sow torn of the calves taking/
their milk. Tht_. children watch'




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I 1 Page Sl -Tht Octette, KiMimmM, P'Iorida. Nov. &, 1964 Ither the eatate of you of,Clinton nay hive B.wald. i sisal.. I Mary Summerlin Circle Met MondayThe Buddy Poppy Osceola. ) Junior High School News

lat* of l

n'''!._Oll".t b for Mary Summerlrn Circle Taylor wn devotional I....... Days ScheduledBuddy Teachers Elect

Legal Notices mo.. Florida wltnln ...a ..I of the Woinen'i Soriotr of Contribution of clothing Future
month from in* date of tile Christian Service met Monday were given and will be sent to Poppy Day In Kle-

oral publication of this *.dea. the home of Mrs the Miami Methodiet Latin simmer has been d *!gJiitds New MembersBy
Bach claim or demand mat b. afternoon at Several
' "O'l'l"1I!: TO 1'NgdtI1 J N..CA"'.. RA.Mp1C'O In writing and must atria Ik. John Semple. Center a November 1 and 14 by aproclamation

la Ihiiurl', el ia'ltf.l b11.t'tWtA'oJr' ALL WHOM. rrrAMAT, COM office plM. of addreaa realdenee of 1.1I.and elatmaatnd poet- Mrs Sam Lupfer III wasguest During the social hour the by Mayor Rue-

: C1 b* sworn to by elalmaet, kieacent. Her theme wai hoeteee served refrealimenUto tell Thicker.
} ipeaker. the dial
AUCH Mu PElinh.yR1 l1 011:0 psi or hi* attorney, or It WHIeoome One hundred percent of the Debbie Cod with Jockey, Johnny
'I LIN'ta.d hit void aoeerdlnc te law, "Our prejudkei and What to Mmn. Jtnnle Allen George of "G", from WLOF radio

To .11 Creditor, Uegteea, Die.trlbuteee. CIA! or return be u ...a'r'.tratra' :Thle It.lh.r+, 1N/. Do About Them. Mrs Haul C. Bronoon Irk Broneon, Lulu Buddy Poppy dollar foes to Last week the winner Oon in Orlando Sheri ,u.
and .11 Peraona vlnirClalna Crowds, deoewMg that "he twe 8&leIlltl.II. KauerwaM Grove, Pearl Dark, Morrli relief: to cents to poet andauxiliary the champJonihlp lntr.mur.1 and Lynn Jewell Ivt
A of won
laid *
( or Demand fln lied ..r and I'Ta..1Gho An) DIIchart. th* 8*lat* of EOTICM'ED CREDITORS Jima, Lulu B.*.....,, News relief fund; IS cents football rams was the Rebels, teat for the beet the
: will kpplyo la the Court of th. County Judge.Oocool glriv ,
: "Totfind her3&&f&F a. SturwaM 12 to 0. ?
rehabilitationfund of
*- ,
each of rOI are he Honorakle O P. Johneen, DQelnten... County, Florid Long..y. M. M. Oventreet, to department with i scare tome and Alvin Turner
I b, noli"".. County Judve of OoeeoU County Bill F. Davla IN .11: THE: EITAT. OFwuII Phillip Smith Ilael Taylor, ; 10 cents to national orphans Student! of 0. J. ri. S. put anti
{ I IDr Carl Culver won In
ant .nr Florida\ Tin of Oe- : thr ,
on tht day laelmmee I Florid J. DOUCETTE } 10 110"
and Fu-
and MlM DoIKe home hospital; for
.lth.r rember for Clark their applfc tloni
.ta.'oi'vT.v.rjuT'.1r.aaed *d J in costume oonteat Each
: 'd' SPaoharat: tteroty of :
the .. acme for fin l iiesauslIi.:: cents to national rehabilitation of America here
late of Oacoolaclunty.FlorUla. dmlnUtretri CTA of tho eeute Oct. I/. 1114NOTICB ,. all Creditor, Usateea, DUtrteuieea tun Teachers received one dollar Eddli Hall
to th. .u 'Ir.u, :. oaald < of Martha Crowder 0 oe...d. and all Forbes having BaldRalate ; Williams Visit fund; 71 cents to cost of The following people were and Patty Caller were
at hi Clalma. or Demand against of chow,
Houlxi I FlohIda This and day of November, material; 10 centi cost .ap elected the new member of
at Klaalmmee. and of the
Court Alt. 1M4 : king queen Halloween .
within alx, calendar' month.from / MAK PHINNBTW t'NDRIInCTITIOti : You and each of you are her- Son & Daughter plies and promotion; <1 cents PTA: Penelope Goodrich Su-
the date of th* feral publl.cation a a e PnlnnerAdmlnletrilrll RAM LAW by notified and required to pre to disabled veterans for assembling Fletcher Bruce Began)!, Hop
of thl. Notice Bach claim' / CTA of the TO ALL WHOM IT MAT ;:ON. sent any claim which you, or lame
or demand :muat be In wrltlnt- elite of Martha Crowder either of you may have against fro and Mrs L. M. Williams\ poppies Patti Dunlap Claudia Brown,
and mull ante th. place of real deceened th. aetat of LOUIS *. DUU their daughter Fay and This Is sponsored by the Brands Bradley, LOCAL STUDENTS
the claimant and muatbe NOTICE, M HEREBY GIVEN CETTE, deceaaed, lat* of Oeceola Karen Elliott
dene.worn lo by th* claimant, hi.irtbO :rloW. Overelreet, Jr. that purauant to the "Flotllloue' County, Florida, lo th. County grandson Clifton Boyce have Veterans of Foreign Wars, Osceola Roberta Cook Gtye Langston; ENROLLED AT USP
attorney, or th* aam* KinlmMmea' Florida N.... Statute". Section ......, of Judg. of aid, County at hi* office returned from their vacation Post 3227 915 New York Frankie Vine
according (o the HIT Florida Ptatutee, theUnd.ralfn.d In Hou.. at Klaalm- Kathyonei,
void the Court
Attorney for Admlnletrttrln TA part of which they with A.... St. Cloud. Bonnie Let Fourteen Oiceola
law, Nov. I, II. II, K, ::111 ar* th* inleradparts. mea, Florida, within six calendar Elaine Meiiamore, County
This th. 10 dr ef October .* In th. hereinafter aamtdulnM moniha from th* dat of the feral their on-In-law and daughter Unix Bonnie Makinson D.' students are among a record

"*4.. 1/ Phillip n K.lley NOTICK torn proof> of enlerprlee publication I will of lain preeent No.tic. claim publication or demand of this Notice mu.t ,b*Each Inwriting Mr. and Mn. Robert E. Dunn PVT. 8. L. McMILUm vld Snedaker, Bill Truer 6,498 enrolled at the Unlver.

I'hllllp: H. KelleyBiecutor rlTIT10URAM0 'T TITB and retlaler with the Clerk and moat slats th* place' In their new home on Red COMPLETES COURSE Gill. Debra North- city of South Florida thli (all
of th** of ..f the Circuit Court .f Oeceola of rnldenc of Ih* claimant and Margaret
d......... : flctltloueam th. claim Ann. operate William Suile Bartley. Sue EllloU Enrolled art hose LaMondi
flora K. Auch, Nonce U hereby III... that I I'hllllp K. Kailey under.iin.d pursuant I. IM o* 1>|>. ant, hi* agent or attorney, or Touri out of Birming Army Pvt Samuel L. Me. Lynda Kaye Neale, Paula Jr. and Michael Laughrty of
Attorney far Biecylor Klrlliloui Name utute" 1 Ibutlnc Company under whichthey the cam* will become void according ham On their way home they Millon Jr.. whose parents Brenda
Iii. Hoi Ion Ian Florida MMvtM. willr are engaged In bulne* al to law Shore, Donna Davis, St. Cloud, and Kluimmee itu
II Kaet Monument Ave, Ij.o.:: with the C1 ark of the I Iii Oak Street, Klialmm, Flor. Theo the lid day of November stopped over for a few days 612 June Street, Kissimmee, Croft and Jeanne Catler.Thli dente Thomai Bellman Wil.
'".., Circuit Court ,In end for Oeeeoli I6/. with their ion, L. M. "Buddy"William. e o m pi sled an Intermediate
I t mm''N Urd, II' II. IS, I.MIN County, Florida upon receipt of, Dated at Klaalmm, Oaceola /.f Loris M r..ur.mIO year the Beta Club lIam Callahan II, Jan Duke
: and family In Jack speed radio operators course
proof of the publication of this County, Florida, Ibis 17th diy of tciacutrlx' of of teachers Linda Durden Philip FUttt.
nouns, the flotltloue, nine, la October 1114. Louie J. Doucett, sonville. Buddy |I. manager of a t Fort Jackson, S. C., Oct 29. will be ailitlngthe Fomei
THE!: \ NINTH JUDICIAL CIR'mt.J, CANOE: !: CREEK TEXACO I ./ W. tt CARTER and ThacherAltorney Produce DepartmentIn During the count Sue Smalley, Clay Steffrt.
IN AM OHTHOLA COUNf T, ender which ... are onined In Murray W. Overatreet, Jr for Exacutrll the new store that opened received Instruction In the weekday nlehti. Well
FOIF had Maureen Nancy White
,,.oH WA ualneai itHerIce : llorner It LawIlox I..QHon$17 October 22 In the Wet and of radio Last Friday the FFA a
I Mallon operation use
IN CHANC-KUY NO, JJUHITH Illation located,en Sun.' fie, Klaiimme. Florida Klaalmme*. Florida. lucceatful) Halloween dance and Henry Wright If.Iissimmeee .
I/JUIIJK: BUHOKHH, : hlne State Parkway known aiHervlco Oct 11. Nov. I, II, u, mi Nov. I. It, II. U. 1/// Normyidy Road. transmitters and receivers

Plaintiff, Area No. I, Canoe

i IIILI.IE JOE DUltOtc88, ; Cr..k! Oeceola County, Florldi . : That the party Inter.Ned In
IIld bu.ln. IIIlorprl.. I. a.


TO.: HILL1K JOE BUHUKHH 4y Charles' H. Vaaeeur, Jr.

U70 o/o Cheater N. Lear U Mill Uurteei, Oil Florida I Llntvn Avenue, Orlando, Center of Values I

North nidiiavllle.HEKEId I'renldent and Realdent Acent
ARE NOTIFIED HATED at Orlando I Florida, thli
that a Complaint' fur DI orr. hat of October, III.
been filed al*alnt you, and you Int.l" LKWUAltornoya
arc required to eerve a cony of at Law
our Anewer or lb.t'ompialnt ; -
t I'Ixlntifra I III Rutland llulldlna -- ---
on attorney > Orlando Florida'

10 North Court HAVE YOUR Rx FILLED
fir* Hoi toil, TO CREDITORS
and file the orlKlnal' Aniwer or I. ... ('nrt ./ ... 4.sully J.d.e, FRONT END SPECIAL
N..aelnn' the offlr of thi Ocreeln l 4e.etI, Klerlda SPECIAL SALE AT ROBERSON'S
Ifrk of I ha Circuit Court on orliifor IN RK THE EUTATBOK
day of ecmber
1111, 'Jtlhr'olr. to do ao, a d.rre. .: I.. .... w. Invite all boys and girls to loin In our
pro eon'.o will h. tak.nI To all Creditor, Lonalaea, Dla.
an,''n.1 you for IM r.lI.f./ d.. trlbuteea, and all Peraona havlniClalma Contest at RoxaH'i. Adults come In to.
I mand.d In the Complaint / or Demand against aaldKutatet
DATED. al Klaalmme, Cxoeola GLIDDEN PAINT
County, Florida Ihla lcd day of You and ash 0' you are h.r. LINE FRONT WHEELS day and nomlnato your favorite young
November, I.I4.
by notified and required to pra'aenl
III.KNN HAT Clerk of the Circuit stern
any ..I.1m. which, you or
Court. ( FloridaICmull
County either of have aialnat
you may
/ Court Real) the eilala of Alonao Orern, dtceaaed STOP IN SHOP AND SEE THE
HT /*/ Marjnrla" R. Hay late ot Oaceola County 10% DISCOUNTplus PACK FRONT WHEEL BEARINGS
lieputy Clrrk Florida. to lbs County Judg ofsaid
Nov. I. II. I', It. 1114 County at hi. office'Jn the BIG PRIZES
Court Noun* at Kla.lmmee" FlorIda ON

I. ..A/yrll'N'I'll. ....rt.f the IHrIIITONSereU t .:...r Jadxe. from, within th. data all of calendar th. final month publl. BALANCE FRONT TIRES

II./ 1'.u.l', Florid.i ration of this Notice. Each claimor '
demand In
b* writing
McK. tJKKKN } and" muat: I.'rU the plan of reel' ,
INn1s.d. of the claimant' and moat DOUBLE T.V. STAMPS COMPLETE CHECK OF '10.95 to '29.95
To ill Creditor, LeiiiUe, Dla.trlbuteee b* sworn to by th. .claimant' hla
and all I'eraona havlniClalma ax.nt or allore.Y, or the aim SHOCKS BALL JOINTS,
t or emanda spinal auld become void according to
You and each of you are here. This' the II day of October, I
I ty notified and required to pre- 1066, GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
rent any clalmi which you, or */ Minnie 01.% Wllllame
either of you, may hay. ialnatalmme Admlnlatrttrli of the KeUte of SATURDAY ONLYI' USE OUR CHRISTMAS LAY.A.'AT.SPECIAL .
: Ih, .11x1 of ARTHUR AicK AI..n.o Oreen d.cea.ed. $12.25
ii OAKEN, au of ; Phillip R Keller
('ounl Florida, County PU Ho' III ill Monument Ave) LET US RECOMMEND
; :l' n'.Oy: .
Juda. t hi. of.fir. Klaalmme' Florida
In the ,'ourl Hou.a 1KI... Attorney for AdmlnlatratrlxOct A RELIABLE PAINTER
., Florida, within ... ul..ndar It. II, ID. Nov, I, III REX CAMERA OUTFIT
month. from Ih. date olth -
\ feral publication of thl* No. RII'tI'N. TO I'HKDITORS
tic*. Each claim' or demand moat la ... (...t .. the I ...ty 4a>.... PAINT and 3.99
be In writing and moat alat th* IN HK THE ESTATE OF 1 DECORATING CENTER
t place of realdence ol/ the clalclaimant UHOCK CLEMONI I
o! ant and mull h. sworn 10 10. the l>.caaed. I FREE DELIVERY PONTIAC-BUICK
hla eat or To all Creditor, Leiateea, JUST ARRIVED FRESH SHIPMENT
or aam* will_jUeom*.ltorn"t plalrlbutera. and all 1'.1'..... PANNING ::LUMBER cq -
'r'<1tn. to law.1 % :1 Jlavlnaj clalma or O.m.nda .,, inc. r. WHITMAN'S. CANDY
Ihla th. I day.ii\\: aolnot aaid Uatatii ,
You and each here
H" of you are
./ Alice H. Mealy fry notified and required to pro- PHONI 147.2827 1409 N. Main St. Phon. 847.2884
I' Alice H Healy :rt""t.r claim' which I you, or ROBERSON'S REX LL DRUG
I Kaecutrli of the F.i Ut* of you may have against'
Arthur MiK Ureen, the .,,1\. of Brork Clemona. d.
deieaaed. ceaaed, 1 lat* of Oeceola County _. --- II
fhllllp H Kelley Florida. to the County Judg oaald
Attorney fur Kneculrl County at h//. office, In the
j o Hoi lot Court llnuae at Klaalmme, FlorIda .
\ Ij Kaal 1lonnmrntKisxllnme. within all calendar month
.. FloridaNov from the dale of th* first' publl. NORTHSIDE SUPER SERVICE INC. FALCON SPECIALSTHI
d. II, II. II. ll<4 cation of ibis Notice Each claimor ,
demand must be In writing
IN THE THE NINTH Jl'IXrlAI' CIHCUIT deni-e of the claimant' and must r
IN AND hYif be aworn to by the claimant' his
FU>HIHA, will become void according to
IN CHANCKItY NO, lilt law, :
IN HK: AIMll'TION I>.KTHKHKHA Thli' the llth day of October, inn." Mat __ ,

I ; a HY minor AdmlnlalratrU I.ula/ demon of the Batal: ollrock SEAT COVERS 1961 FALCON FORDOR. Std. Tram. ...189500

"III1W: J. IIT.I'JtN and i Clemona, deceaied,

I ALICE' H. UTEI'KN: hl. wit.o19'N'TIi ., Thaiker Attorney and for Thicker Admlnlatratrli FORM FITTING ........................ $599 1961 FALCON TUDOR. FcrdomafU _..t 795

IIKPKMI Klaalmmae' FloridaOct.
TO: HMKUHV CHOl'l-X Hi Kill: II, II 1/. Nov 1. Ill 1960 FALCON FORDOR. Std. Tram. ..}59500 ( 1 1I
abetha Hoeplial Maehlnilon,
Ih.1 a 1'.lItion 10.. been flied In OHCKOLA: COUNTY FLORIDA
1h. ahoy.Oi.d ('cIurl by An. NO 1111 REDUCED PRICES .r
draw J. Hlepen and Alice It. HUPleband IN KB:: ESTATE: OK1'VFRNA: also '
en. dT wile for the V. CAPPH formerly VtHNA: V.RATEMAyl LAY-A-WAY FOR CHRISTMAS i
adonllon I ; i. Marl !: deceaaedNOTICR $$895
prouu, a minor by I here 1'.lIlIon. OFINTKNTIHN 1961 COMET TUDOR. Std. Tram _.._
and you are required to TO loUKIlA""I.IATIO"
aerv of your Anewer or I KI HMNlll Inc Mower"Oo Petition chow ahould' raeee not whyaald be TO ALL WHOM, m.t'HAltllIG IT MAY CON 100 FREE T.V. STAMPS WITH FILL.UP ONLY 3 NEW 1964

'ranted. /it" :'t.hilr: :::n sad. Me for CERN NOTICE IS HERRRT GIVEN Plus An Avolon Tumbler LANESWEETHEART

W'hlrt.r II "..n.. A...... kt.. that H. It patman haa filed bli CARS LEFT.
almmee, Florida' and flU Ike ono find i rellltn III"r of
Rind In the offlc of Ike Clerkof I Ik* Estate of Verna V. Capp 399 CHEST
the Circuit Crt al M. formerly Verna V Haleman de.ceaaedi ; EXTRA DISCOUNTS
at Ih* nnl Oewitjr .ffl.1( : that h. hAl filed r..hlOIl l ghfully constructed with lovely ailed
Houe. KlMl .a e*. rWr.d for final dlachari*, and A.1 DRIVEWAY SERVICE walnut finitk." lach chetl far
.. _. *, faclcry toiled
or be Tore IM II Ik Af l will I I apply to th* Honorable O I
bar A U IM4 *..* paw racer Johnaon County Judge of Oeceola Serving all of Osceola S3Downacorn..Iih' .....rvclloiiDtlivtrs
fallui !. 4. e. l..rre. IT. County, Florida on Ih* 10th CountyIn
Ci.nfeu win lured a.alae| day of November, .1 III, for ap. phase of automotive needs. Compare c* S49.9S
you. roYal of lams and for final I di.chars. .. every
WITlnt an laud sad I III Ea.culo of the *tate AUTREY MOTOR CO.
Heal l of rkM D awn i ;t. K,ices mmn. 0' Verna V. Cappa. dereaaed,
"' lurid.. tM ... dwy .c ...,... Thl llnd day of : .
b er. A It. lIMab.L. a/S It
I\; Administrator of the Ratal of

ii4KM a'ATCLEIIK Verna. naleman V, "'PII d.,...*.formerly**.. VernaV. 1112 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 847.3097 MIDDLE OF ROADWAY BADCOCK CATALOG ORDER STATION

If IhI Circuit eourt Murray W. Overelreel Jr "SINCE 1922-
liM-eola: CMMy. rUrM Attorney for Administrator Ph. 147.560614 No. Stewart Av.., Kliiimmee Flo.
Hy /,/ MarlwW H. Maya I' tl Igor ||. ,
leputy Clerk Klaalmme*. Florida
HRINIIiN taMoWHlftTICR Oct. II, Nov I. II, lIlt
P. Q Sus
Klaalmme, Florida IN THE !
Nov I, II. |*. H, ||(4 (l l'EULA COUNTY. FLORIDA. } Starling CHEVROLET
NO. (1/
I" THE!: IN RE: ESTATE OFALYREU : THURSDAY FRIDAY { Reedy To Srrre You From 7 lo 11
{'t11NTT JCtniIC '
I 8 (!)l'RT. U. AY It KB, ,


\ TO ALL CHKhlTtiKH.: I.KOA-: pKMANPM National Bohemian BRAND NEW 6 Lyle
\ KHHON8' HAVISH fUAIM ilK You and ash .f you em her..
BEER 1965
I UEMMIANt.1 AUAINHT lAW KB-: by notified and required to pre- Fixttry sir, Mttmifk, power steering, Chevy H i&'rJl' -
I ant clalma
any which you or 't1395..
You and **ch of you sea her* either of you may have a,alas! Truly M A-l C.r Teen |f., ..1|f 6 for 89c .
..y notified and required to prevent Ih. ealate of Alfred B. Ayr., $195o 613 w ---r
any claime Which you or i"I In. *f Oeceola busty 1962 RAMBLER AMERICAN tK
'I either. of rOIl may hare aaalnetth th* County Judge of Everyday Special
k e.tate of ",nto. liaea, d.. aid County at hla office In the V4501
Drive this t7"auti
t I reaaed, 1.1. of imrwla County Court Haua at Klaalmmee. .c....., king ..I, i-iN SERVICE SPECIAL
I Florid, to the County Judu. 01III' Florida' within ill calendar .FRONT
county at his office In th. month from th* date of th* 1960 FORD 4.DOOR. V-l, ..Hrtly 9* Eq END ALIGNMENT

j Courlhoua at Klealmme. Florida final publl.atlon of this Notice. nc..ItItHL ii-Yn 645" Bananas . ... .. .. .. . lb. ,2.CHECK BRAKES AND
within ell .1....' month Each claim or demand muat b.'a.r (H.t-Jy. STEERING $095
: from the dab of the final publication and mull CHEVRO E 1 .
I of Ihla Nolle Each claim of realdenco the claim.: 1963 FORD CUSTOM 300-4-0 V-l, t t> ; 4ypADAJST
.t 1 or demand must b* In wrltlnc ant and moat b* worn to by CHRISTMAS TOYS '
pX and mull elate lbs plain, of realdonee the claimant bin agent or attorney math, fcttttr M4 umlc NADA leak 4. CLEAN AND REPACK
f. of th. claimant' and ", ".t or Ike same will becom.void WHEEL B CAN INGS
f b* worn 10 by Ih. claimant, hi* according lo law, y.l.! 'UOO- rt l Iw wly, _, $1445H
or altorn. or the th. Iflh >tob Defender Dan Smart
aranl ''' ltTI"e day of 4 r, Suzy
will become void'according to Many more
outstanding buys.
./ MURRAY. Used
law. Car t
Thl. the llth day *( October 'VKHMTKKICT, JR. Sorry No Doalors Float @) _i
Fashion !ku Parlor
1161'i W. Ovratret. Jr. Candy Beauty
CORALII: BASa Executor: of th* Estate of .........., .... .saMe .
Coralle 11.... Alfred H 4,...., deteaeedUct geld p1'te............. we 1113 CIEVIII.

Clinton Rieculrll...of..,Ih.-* Oelal..f.. II. H... I. It 1/. 114 .,... for JeW C4MVMI4MK. E ..... to 10 (P'oa. My Fly Jimmy Jet

W Over tre.t. Jr.I IMPALA -,4-ORSImAll
Murray POWtR-

Au.rne Box for r.1 Kaaetrit 0 COUNTY CROLA COfNTT.JUhiltg\ FLORIDA COURT CARL SCHMIDT '1 Deposit Holds Any Toy .-..-....:
1i1:1' NICE ....
'. or01 1L IN RR:: K8TATB or .
U. tl 1164 CLINTON a 8TEUERWALD: :
a-...... RAMBLER-JEEP INC. .
COUNTY JUtMlKS: COURT. TO ALL Creditor, .....t_ Die- 1Iit PLYMMII@
/ O CICO&CO'itJf.. rWKJDA.1M Iribala., and all Porau" havlncClalaii
OP or Dvmande a.alnt, call NORTH ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL 'We Feature Becky. Fresh Donvts
MARTHA RE: CHOWDERal' GtablY.e and tack of ye* are here. i KISSIMMH 1142 N. Main KUelmme. CUSTOM,V-..STA.WGNAIJTOIAATIC. ... ..I:
I by aelUled and re"\ ulrd to preenl J PHONE JOWCW STEERING, ONe LOCAL O'IINI:
:J .NTPTJ)1'l TO MAxaLI Say claim which yes or :. '_." "
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Agriculture Census Enumerators Appointed for Osceola County SurveyThe

Farm Data .. : :",,;. :" I -::. :'::: :<: '::>> -:. ::::::: ::..'>> "'id-

Taken Five YearsEnumerators Each Nearly 200 ExpectedFor Charter CorporationSecretary GrantedTo Trailer Park to Expand I ITh.

Chamber BanquetApproximately chartering of a new resulted In the >urenaee. and
have been of Stat. Tom Ad. oerporatlon In Otceola county subsequent development of the
named In Otcok County forth ama hat announced the chartering was announoed this week bjrSecretary five adjoining acres of land
1964 Censer of Agriculture JOO aid preeentatfcfl of the. IMS. *f the corporation Free of Slt Tom Ad. StCloud.
Donald S. Brown
Crew leader Erneat B. ecpeeted to attend the annual chamber *f commerce ac- ton Well and 8ea, Inc, Rt. .mt, third
Kitaimme Chamber of complement at the. recep.tion 1, 8q 111, Klteimme It hated at the
Hart Jr., said today
The Caiette, Kiiiimme, Florida, Nov. B, If 64- .Pag* Seven Enumerator In O ** *o I a Commerce banquet tonight at The charter was filed tar Brown'i Trailer Park, Inc., Ineorporator Authoriwd stock
however, It not a new biul.nut. of the new corporation I I. 100
fore of the auditorium will\ Oct. 19 for dealing In citrus
county belong to a Jim Campbell aerve at .
Mr. and Mri Sherwood shares of common of no par
23000 throughout the nation The banquet, scheduled for 8 matter of ceremonies for the business. Brown started construction of value.
employed temporarily by the pm. will be preceded by a banquet Alto he will Intro. Incorporators ari John M.
the In 1949 and have
U.S. Bureau of the Centu for reception at 7:SO p.m. dUN the guettt and present Cain, Linda Piik, Rowena park expanded
this ,ear'l Census of Agriculture The "Oateola'a salesman of the 1964-48 officer and dl Uigedon, all of Orlando. The Inn the four first time trailer since rent-In Woman's Club to
the Year" award will be presented rector, charter request was filed by pact
Enumerator are key work. to the person who hat Horac E. Phlppt, put pres.ident John M. Cain 90 East Livingston 19M Hold Card PartyT
era In an agricultural ceniui. done moat during the past yearIn Orlando. The present expansion In.
It ii the enumerator' reinonilbility promoting Klttlmme and will review work of the elude6 additional! trailer Klulmmee Woman's
and Mr. Vlda B parking spaces serviced bjr St Club will hold the monthly
to local every farm Oiceola County. Some 20 per past year
J,I'' within an enumeration district sons have been nominated for Gould, Incoming president, will\ In VietnamArmy Cloud water and sewer ayitema card party Thursday, Nortm.ber .
I I'I assigned to him (or her), determine the award highlight program of work for The latest addition It 12 at 9:SO at the clubhouse
if the operator of the Dr. Charles E. (Chuck) lr. coming year. Speaker '111be\ Warrant Officer north of the present site and on Oak StreetReiervatlont
farm Sal answered all quet. vln of Ormand Beach, known introduced by J. D. Benton, Jamei M. Lee, M, ton of Mr.. separated by 10th street may be mad
Dons on a queitlonair that at America' most versatile program chairman, and special and Mrs F. S. Lee Jr., Rout The possible Ion of IS to with Mri Roy frentlt, 847'
, will be mailed to the farmerby speaker will give the ..ddrell.A music will\ be preeented by I. Kltalmm, was assigned to 20 trailer sites and a rwrea- 4748
i the Census Bureau, help new feature of the event John Cehrett Rev B. B. \MI. the U.S. Army Support Command tlon building to the rl,ht-of- This date hat been set up
I the farmer complete any unanswered this year will\ be the visual llama will give the Invocation. Vietnam, on Oct. 17. way for widening! of US 441 due to Thanksgiving holiday
I questions on the
form, check answers for accuracy
and deliver the formto
the Census Bureau 1
, A Census of Agriculture U
'f taken every five yean endingIn I
tt t '4" and "9" to gather need
ed, up-to-dat* Information on
the nation' agricultural re -" ., .
sources and production. Such
Information la vital In making
S decisions affecting many segments -
of the U.S. economy .. (
COMMUNITY SURVEY-Jaycee President Dr Jim( Mongoven, Data gathered include the
right, review the Community Development Survey with Lion number and ill of farms,
President Clyde Ban for the Interorganliatlon project now acreage and harvest of crops, Pc ,. ,..
underway. (Photo by Eby) livestock Inventory, information .
on farm equipment and
Improvement, farm product
Kissimmee Market Has expenditure sold, and on some Information production alto h.'

will be collected on use of "

Jump in Sales Volume fertilizers herbicide,, Insecticides, and His Fu'lure.

Thi enumerator will be ;
Klulmmee Livestock Auc. standard $16-$1850 trained In a special 4-day home
itudy count designed to prepare .
lion Market had the fourth
Standard and few good 400'
highest tale in the state last 650 pound feeder stocker them for farm census,
week There were 1.262 cattle steers $13.$15.50. utility $11. their crew leader aaid wlll$ t A a ed Cod
and and calves 256 hogs lold and on pigs Wednesday told on Ay /)s eOUelJeer .

Thursday, according to Manager CIIICKEMUKBECUE
AI Larson The cattle-calf American Legion Post No. 10

previous market was week.nearly double the Saturday, Nov. 7 I

The Okeechobee Market had 5 to 7 p.m. will be the of his
the week's high tale with 1,700 Adults 81.25 Children 5c( SOME consequences own acts and
cattle and calves changing but most will be the consequences of OUR

handi t .1 practices. as determine
Gross ailet reported at the they his Opportunities. /
itate't 17 market amountedto
600,052,02, according to W.
LOOK Our children find
can here
O Whittle, chief of the state Opportunity In the neighborly
market warmth of our own community. .' IF we make it the kind '
Despite the volume of sales
prices In Klulmmee were THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL: of community where Opportunity can thrive. I

somewhat l;,wer than the previoui :\ov.5 to Nov. 12 l ,il I i
tale Slaughter steers, T
hrifersi bulb and cows,, were .... . .. ; When we trade at home, we'.1e Strengthening the ONLY ,

steady 50 cents to to$1$1 I6er ipwerrlcaivgdl, itocker !T111vuj 8 ft. KITCHEN economy that"cor provide 'Opport'unlt1ePs'"here at home' ""

classes mostly study to ft for our children and ourselves '
lower. The calves comprised
about two.thirds of the run. CASES IN GENUINE:
Few cutter and utility
slaughter steers, 111 $14, one
standard yearling, $18; utility Completely) Installed
cows 12$1425, cutter $950. IT PAYS TO BUY FROM YOUR
$12.50, canner $7-$10 and utilIty '
built $14.$16.
Few choice 250.500 pound 'H9"3pIuT.x
calves $18.50.$20. good $I8-
$18.50, standard $13-$16, utility -
$11.$14. 30th HUNT BROS.
Good vealert $18 $2175.Patronize Choice of Hardware and MnLtop Material Now celebrating our Anniversary VACATION HIADQUARTIMM

Your I.. U. far Ipecl.1 Vo.skn ",.,,,,. ...

NaborhoodMerchant WAWASEE


Central Florid. .Mat CAHIUTand: STORE FIXTURE U). Inc.
Delightful Pia"'. M.o.I. 1 01 're.4w.y ph M73I4
located Ina..
ST. CLOUD HOTEL Office, Old DUIe llwv. Home
....___... L.-.... Phone 817-3179 Phone 892-2732
r..r..d aaae.a .raduss.. n... Ki...imrore St. Cloud FIRST FEDERAL
I" New York Ctoul Ave. ,1x 1111Pt IAVINOI A LOAN ASSOCIATION

KUtlmmee/lr, Cleve

.. Rooney-Pontlac-Bulck, Inc.

p. 10 IMMm ST 'H.M7.JU4


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M7.2IOI Ki..imn,..


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1 1 Centre Avenw rH.n. M7OI31

This new First f.d.rol Building it I o commifmenf of faith In the future

HERts ALL YOU DO of Oictola County and C.ntrol Florida. .It xpretiet he convktlon BRONSON'S, INC.

I-YAW a4e of this financial Institution that growth and progress will continue COMMMCIAl CATUI

Tumbler. h en.ta ERIE. with o V) and that the need for txponded financial lervkei will b. ,..qulr.d.W. 211 e....,.! A ve.HM n. M7.1 47


72s.-Th.Iwsatllrrl. motcMngMtdMr t feel that our new building with the proposed n.w public lervk PARKS FURNITURE CO.

b pr* e t.4 1 room will further the. growth and Improvement of downtown Klulm COMnnt HOME rURNISHINOS

Ml pera.enlPl.* R m.. at well ai providing there new eipanded facilities for oil of 20 M.edw.y .47-4171
then of aN. ,
yew ? OtceoJa County. ":,v ,
>-Hck vpywrHMKh ,
card new e>lSTART '/11
""'Ti ? I twit cad HOCCAHMt-UmiMin lUffUUOscaola
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Petroleum Co., Inc.W .



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Eight-The GtUe, Kissltnmee, FlorMa Nor. S, IHC OP FUmiDA, SlID N.. lOLl described a. f.UwfCemmeoe ;
I aj A *B y of the It&t..r Florida Get Greater With cfi S* Wt live Of SAND ROCK
Impact Lot H"afoaa Oak, Beetles 9, Seetle. I, Tewnahlp M Smith
.IIOLA aoeordfa* t. plat thereof a. r*. Range M Bast at a potat III.4* MORTAR MIX
Legal Notices OOtIHTT. PeUI ..1t corded III Plat Book 1. pare ITS feet North of Iha Southwest cor. STEEL WIRE MESH
! IY1.loa ot the ...t. of "'rl.I Gazette Classified Display BuVho ._rd. ef Oeoeola County, Her of said Beetle I, said point
, COURT FOB THB FlDrldal belna OB the are of a cary tea
W CIRCUIT a n... a 'rporailoo, :I'.UII..r., lying oBthwaiurly of and wllh- cave t* the NertheaaUrlir aid
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or PI.IMIU ". In III feet of the' Baa* Lin. of having a radlua of 5710.05 feet
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OBCTSO- va.ORVILLB. BERTHA BAH *t at, I Right of Way mat Road 100, thene* from a taaceat bearing
LA COUNTY. IN CHANCERT. PORTER Ocfeaflanta. Real Estate for Sol Section OMIO, said baa. line be of South ll'lllr: East non
NOTICE OP BULB NMI' I, Inc described aa follewii, along said curve through a ceatral .
SUIT FOR RBCIMION AND ".antRRLRIFPl OF EMINENT DOMAIN CLASSIFIED Bel on lilt Wt line. of *etloa angle ;: a distance
DEWARD CLIFTON and TOLICBcurroN. that I. Robert M Buckets Bhi-r. IN THE NAME AND AD RATES Range 10 East, at a po'' t llll. BEGINNING thence from 4 tan-
PlaI.utt..1 itt of Oecuols o )1lorida AUTHORITY OP THE rU'f1 on Hufhej and PorUf For,. feet North of the Southwest .... cent bearlnaef SVwth 57'dt'lI"ICa.t.
Ida wifa. under and by virtu of the J damant > Or FLORIDA' details write owner, 1737 Rooie- inc ef said Section tl. add point run South ll'41'ir1 Wast a
versus MALCOLM 0. SMITH *t and (locution hrtofor TO ALL, WHOM IT VAT OOlf.rlaht relt I. I ctnU per word, being> the are of a core con. distance of SAO feet thence r*. KISSIMMEETRANSIT.MIX'
at Derend.lIlI. NOTICE orCLI Issued out of lilt aba,* entitled CERN DJ10 all P5dr5 andpartie. Ypellantl, Michlfan.BEAUTIFUL minimum .75 cave to tb* ttouthweaterlr and i South 111111' West a ..I..c.ot *
T ?HE.ITATE or FLORIDATO. court. U tli* above et/Ud souse claiming or "a"hIC any having a radius of 171001 feet, MS feet, tbeao* run North
BETTY. EM1TH. lOS Ore,. wherein said I plaintiff recover.4judiment tttii. IniereeL state, inert- FURNISHED Classified Dliplsy (without thence from a tana-ent "..rlll' of yiei'l" Weet IM fed for th*
er Street, Opp. Alabama. NOrICE against said defend- race or other lien la er on those home In exeluolve Renee Terrace. border centered South ..*.,'.." ... run Southeaaterlf cad of this dltck. survey .iso dsacrlptlon.
18 HEREBY: GIVEN that Plaintiff ani In fbi aerretate *um ol ertain parcels ef land 8 alone aajd cfcrye through Phone: 847.3524
hive Instituted nit for rclHlon .. '"1.10 plus interest and cost, deecrlbed and tba followlacjereons Throe bedrooms, two point lines count M 4 a central anile of 141110", a The land herein described von
and cancellation el eon. nave levied tipon th. following toaether with all un. baths. E.., term. Call (47 words 14 point llnci count dlatanca of 1411II feat to thi lain 4100 aquare feat, more or
tract st-slnst yon Is ha above oeecrlbod t>.ronal property, lo.wlti mown pereone clalmlnr fey, ; South line of said Swtloej II I....
lyled Court and you :re hereby throuxh, er under knew per.on 8004, Owen Godwin. U 6 word*; 18 point line North line of Section II, said OWNED BY: RUSSELL BROACH .
summoned ordered and required One raclnr ear, described aa who are dead or who art count M 8 words, 24 point Township and Ranr>, at a point and wit BLANCHE L SEETHE
to file your written answer ordofon. sprint ou, qulppd with a let known to b. dead or allrai .JIM WALTER Corporation ha. III.IV feet Kaat of the Southwest
... to th* Complaint flied Chevrolet enalne. thr** carburetor SECTION IIOIOIIOIHTATB nice bedroom house and Jin** count. 12 word. corner ef said Section II, North' ROACHRIGHT OF1 WAY
In the above styled cause In the manifold, fIbertlaaebody one wait corner of said Section Ill.) BRD No. loll, llll
of tics of th* Clark lIoSI* C I roultCourt with bullet abapi front COUNTY lot for sale. Directions From PHONE $47-2811 thenc continue alone said curve That i itxit 65

for the I Circuit *nda NAMB8 ADDKEBDE* Orlando, take 17-92 to Kliilm through a ceatral ancle of llrIf : 470.t.W and .... (EXCEPTthe
of Florida In and I for peceo.U the property 0:1I1"IIbo Myrtle II Buck DEADLINETUDAY a distance of III 01 feet to West 110 feet of said Lei
County at hli offlc In th.Courthouse named defendant on II4T LaKayette Street mHo turn right at first traffIc th* end of cury. thence runSouth .") and 101 Semlnola Land and CARL SCHMIDT
Florl.da. the "th day of November A. D NOON
In Klsammee. Cape May New light in Kliolmmee go to first IIMI-II" Eaat a. distance Inveatment Company Subdivision
on or befor th. lib day of told, betwn the lecal hour of lout Jeraejr of 111 II feet for the this of Section I Township 10 nVitiih.Hang
MR No.
Novsmbr\ 1M4, and to nor,* a !., namely 11:00: clock' noon John Butler sign of Orange Gardens, turn Baae Un, of Right otnM de. 10 fast, lying North oi, RAMBLER
copy thsreof on Plaintiff alto,. on said day at the front door .r 101 North Pennsylvania Arena left on Thscker to dead end on acrlptlon.Th Blata Road 104, according to pilltr."or..d
stay, whose name and add*** art the Court Hou* In Oaceola InstructionLEARN landa herein described eon Plat Book 'H'
nat out below. Should you fall to County, Florida I will offer forgal I Wellston BRI> No., Ohio 1011 1011 Kit Old Tampa Highway. House on tiln mi aouara feel, (.171 acre). II and II In, public record,of page Oi: .
do *o, Decree Pro Conf**.o will l* and sell! to th* hlht biddr L.o4a Butler corner of Old Tampa Highway BARBERING more er lei*. ceola County, Florida; Orlando Highway
for cash In band, the abovedsecplb.d
b* .nt.r.d OWNKD BTt KATHRYN HERR ..
:r.t ... 101 North PennsrlTanla Avtaa and Thacker HOUM on righ lying Northerly ef and .It''llII"
Courtand the Insure
hand property -
my a your future In a wel and GRACE B. OKOBJKAN and feet ef the line of
the seal of said Court at KIs. of said defendant to eatlefy WelUton. Ohio Only I |60 down $37 monthly huibaad LEO OROIUBAN Road 100 survey Section ttOlO.B
Mid .IKuUon. SRI No. IOU 101.1, 111.1 paying profession Day and 847-3121
.Irani**, Ocola County. Florida JoornibedBegin
Peer I Dicker 295-0982 Orlando. RIGHT OF WAY line being '
this llih October, 1004.tCI' Robert at. fluckels night claiMi. V. A.
approved. RRD1IL1 follow .
::XI.t Bherlrt Lebanon Oregon tell lOLl, 1411 a* *
CT. GLENN RAY Oaeeola.t Florida mil) flo. Ill l.BUJlhr"ln. NEW FIVE bedroom country Orlando Barber, CollffO That part of: on th* West line ..f Beetlon > '
s, County, OrwnUreenaburft Th* BWU of rWM, of Section I, Township II South Rang
Oct. II Nor. I ISM 8.
Clerk Circuit Court II. II. Ill Orange Bloeeom Tr.
KanaaaBRD home. Three baths with Flor II, II South Range 10 East, at a point 14140 feeNorth
Osooola County, Florida GA S-5871 10 lII.lying Meat of: of th Southwell corner ol
By at' Ellanore 0. JowersDepaty IN THE CIRCUIT COURT No til 1Oraca da room and central heat Double Slat *
Road 100 said Section I, said point bslm
OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL B. Orosjean formerly SR III).
ClerkMurray CIRCUIT IN AND FOROI4CEOLh 101 Eaet Mississippi Drive carport. Available adjoinIng LK88 the North III feet thereof on the arc of a curve con ... to
W. Help WantedDISHWASHERNo ALSO the Northeastorly and having I aradius
COUNTY Mueratln, Iowa acreage. $21,000 termi. 84' ; DODGE
Attorney for Plaintiff FLORIDA. a-HIJ No. llll The NWU of NWU, of Section of Itll.II feet, thence from
PO.Ua* fl.Itlellmm. Leo Orosjean 2385. II said Township and Hinge a tangent bearing I of South II*
FloridaOct. 101 Rail Mississippi DriveMusratlna phone calls lying' Kiel of said Stat Hoodlot IIII" East, rua along the are el
11 It, IowaBRI Plenty of Room for KId.1U1I!!!! pIe.... Contact Margie's DI. LEsS, Lot I. II and North said curve through a central angie .
) No lilt nero 100 feet of Lot 10 Broad\lew of ilMfll'. a of
Kathryn Herr Cypress home with 4 large Subdivision I I accorjing I to hat lnjI.17 feet to a point.tIW'r. BUilDS

SALES A SERVICE 101 East Mississippi Drive bedrooms, living room, dining recorded In flat Book 1, |>ne West and It.II fast North of th*
Muscatlna, Iowa AT ONCE-Rswlelgh Dealer In 171 publlo record of Otouoia Southeast corner of the SWU of
Radio and
Electrical Appliances *KU No. SIll room, glassed rear porch Otceola County or KliilmmcWrlto County, Fhoridat) aid Mellon I, for th. end olthl
Charles B. Oonyo. .. Trust* screened front porch two< Together with that part cf survey line description.Th .
Complete Home f.raI.lalaraFURNITURE 1401 Street tiled ba th.. 2000 ft. of: Rawlelgh, Dept FA ..I Broadview' Drive .. cloied by lends herein described eon
Tmm CO. Klulmme, Florida, oreo square 480 8, Memphis, T.nn. O. H. OOo., par* II. lying talon 40 411 square feet, (Ml TOUGHTRUCKS
PARKS Mr Henderson well cared-for living area on between Lot t thru IT and acre) more er less
Kleehnmee St. Cloud The Delaware NatIonal Dank lot 186 X 18S. Walking distance LUZIER COSMETIC coniultanto 11 thru II of said BroadviewHubdlvlalont OWNED BY: KIEKHAFER
Delhi, New TorkHHU
I 1011. 101:S, IOU, IOU to stores and lake. Good take over established buin lying I Northeasterly of and withIn TO: MORTGAGE re.
Helen O HowardSue It feet and ttouthweMerly of In O. R. Book II pat
neighborhood. Termite inspected
.... Write Luricr Box 200 mdl.nd
Tiffin strut and within 114 fact of the Rae o of AND
W Ohio and clean 11000. Orlando. Line of Right of Way of State ILHLBT BANK
aJdN loll Come In or call Florence Her- Road 100 Section IIOIO. said baa TAKE NOTICE that a Deris -
RANCH GROVE William R. Howard HOUSEKEEPER white live I In line being described aa follow: ration of Taking baa been filed'
led Tiffin strut nett Assoc. with Begin on the Weat line of Sec. In th* above-styled cause by the
W I Ohio motherless home three chl!. Ion' Township' II Petitioners, the acquiring au
W. .Io:
SPREADER SERVICE aJdN Mil H. Morse Corp.. dren. $20 week. Write P.O. Bolt East, at a point fa W.1 thorlt Clf these proceedings ot Riedel Motors
Klekhafcr Corp. feet North of the Southwest corner the taking ef the .bo".-..
r/o B. C. Klekhafer, Trasldtat Realtors 10CO-B. of said Section II said point scribed lends, via.; A* right of
coo Mouth Hickory Street being on the are of a curve con way, borrow pita, and drainageeaaementa
EARL MURPHY Kend Du Lao, Wisconsin 323 Broadway, Kliolmmee Services for Sale cav Tno the Southwesterly and for a portion of Slut* 21 IMM17T ST.GREEN'S .
81(13 1001, "'.1 847-3133 radlua of 1711II feet, Road 100. In Oscsola County
Owner B Irene KIngUaillpolis thoor. from tangont bnaningof Florida, and that the
Ohio FROM WALL Sooth d647'le' East runsouthaa.terly A. Pattlahall. one of the
"" BHIJ No. IOU, 101.S, 1011 Real Estate for Rent wall no .t along said curve udgas of th* Ninth JudicIal Cir
Harry KingIsilIpolis ..1on\ carpets cleaned wit thru a ,.ntrai anile Of 1411'Io", cult of Florida, will on November -
Phone 847-3821 I ( Ohio Blue Luitre. Rent electric ihampooer a distance o. fact to the 11, lIed, at 10:00 A.M., In th*
Hllb No. 1011. 1011 101.1 APARTMENTS FOR RENT- South line of aald Section It. Osceola County Courthouse st FUEL
Malila Stirs $9, $11, $12 per week. For information $1. Parka Furniture Com North line of Section II, said Klsslmm Florida consider said
500. Township and Range) at a point Declaration of Taking, appoint
(lrelsmer Avanue panjr.
POST OFFICE BOX 141 KISSIMMEE. FLA. Hamilton, Ohio apply 110 S. Beau. III.10 feet East of the Southwest appraisers, and make such (... SALES SERVICE

HHIJ No.\ 1011 111 t, 1411, ill I mont or phone 847-3702 phalsterlaar corner of said Section II (North- den .. ths Court deem proper. Phone 847-.171-847-4172
Walter Rlc LAIIIt FRIES west corner of said Hectlon II). All parllea to the cult and all
loot Orlmer Avonu UPSTAIRS APARTMENT tail .:KMN TT thenc rcntisuo along said curve part lee Interested may appear Kliilmme
Hamilton Ohio Bait will thru a c.ntr.1 angle or 69710". and ba heard at the lira end Phone 892.2011-8t. Cloud
PRESTIGE HHU No. lilt, IlLS 111,I three room kitchen and bath piece suite upholster of furniture any. labor two a distance or IU.OI t..t to Ih. place designated.. .
Blanch U Jn.l. 22 Clyde A... Phone 8478450. free, when you buy the materIal end or curvet. th.nre run South95'te'Il" You and each. of you ar* CM KUetnme
1>4I Oth East, a dlntanc orIT. hereby appear by Delivery
I Avenue from ui Tea, Blip-cover, tool : : ::10th
HOMES we .... filing I .
H.. Vlrrlllia No feet for the end of (hi.Ifs. Petition Robert O'Berr8473219
I .. :lf"'t"h'f.I..t FIVE ROOM house unfurnished Call money 4 .- 07t down. term to please. >. Line of Right of Way ... heretofore tII.d In this caus In .
BUILT ResistS B. Roach 215 Alma St. Children wecome. !. liEn? I PHOI.'TERER' ncrlpllonTh the entitled Court on or btfor C. Q. Tjrner 847-4487
't.o. 1141 nth AvenueHuntingdon. 110 W. land herein described contain the 1th day of December A.D, Jimmy Joffriei a 892-4228
Colonial Lrivn
$40 month. Two bedroom OrhaloArticles
I west Virginia per ".fTi square feet, llll lIed to show what right (iOn.
FOR YOU HKU No. 111.1 apartment unfurnlihei acre) more or leea. Interest or lien you, or any of
A. M Webb 808 Mabbette St. $40 month for Sale OWNfel UT: VAUGHN N. NELSON you have In and to the above- Gae Scrrlce Klaiimme
fly Hardtner Kanaa* per and wife MUK1EL M. NELHON \ .- Ascribed lands, and show caucwhy
HKU No.\ 111.1 One bedroom cottage unfurnloh the some should not betaken F. B. Ruundtree 847-4062
E U Webb ed, 408 East Lake St. $25 COCOS PLUMOSUS PALMS- SUBJECT TO': MORTGAGE r*. for the uses and purposes Emory Bronion e 847-4570
Alva, Oklahoma per 800 In large cam 8' to 6' $1.. corded In 0. R Book II, page set forth In the petition filed
L. lIlt No. 111.1 month. Phon. 8472475. 147 In favor of WALTER RICE herein. Leo Glrourd a 847-2081
George ReynoldsFor W. H. Webb 60; 500 In tat. cana 18" to 36" and wife MABLE RICE; and WITNESS rr.4Ijna:1: Robert Allen

Hardtner, Kansas GARAGE APARTMENT air 40cts.: ; 250 In ground, varlouiliei MORTGAGE recorded In O. RT10N of this -

Marshall SRI No.Hank 111.1 conditioned three rooms |l to $4; H. A. .Jones. hook 07' pa';)':lDl"r' 'U ofCENTRAL Oc tbsAR 1114.

Further Information Call U 17-2266 c/o '1'uellcher I screened porch. 16 S. Dllllng 2021 E. Conway Rd., Orlando. CREDIT ASSOCIATION CLERK; OF THE CUt'1'OMCEOi. Gaa Delivery St. Cloud
: rtJha.
] Water HtnastMliwauks. ham and UNRECORDED CONTRACT COURT. IN AND FOR Kenneth Bledioe 892-7695
Inquire Moorefleld Build.
., Wisconsin ORGAN FUR BALK In favor of WIL- .( COUNTY FLORIDA
-S E E BUR G floor Tom Morris 892-S1M
HKU No, llll, lOll Ing. 8474557. LARD 001 EH. Single BY! */ Ol.nn Ra y
Ilsey 1 Bank I model 20 pct. off) Hit $1.. RIGHT OF WAY DEPUTY CLERK

c/o Jack Puellcher TWO ONE bedroom aparmente. 030. Open eves McKinney Mu. 8RD HI IThat N ( ::ALJ.. Gaa ServIce St Cloud
North Water Htreet of*
[OR ECONOMY Milwaukee, WleconslnHHU Available for seaaonLakeolde air, 1990 W. Fairbanks Wintc Lot', U part, Block "CVafc-Oake: County "". Osceola County R. E. Hall 92-2274
lull 1(11 Motel A Apartment Park, MI 7-3997. Subdlvlalon' according to, flat 114 Broadway
I .John Evans
o ftorrl.hill Fi.utmme Florldi, and : 8923482Or
AND QUAlITY Lillian I M Phono 8474014.ICITCIiENETTES. recorded In I'lat Hook 1 pag* JACK W. PltltCH
Cavil Htret SEWING MACHINE Three 161, public nscond.ofOnceoia"
Downey California County. Florida, Building. Call
( HKU No. tIll ROOMS and month old white automatic I lying; \Neeterly of and within 10 Tallahassee, Florida H.T. Simmons Mgr. 847-4819
Of ,
EXTRA QUALITY \Vayna T. Norris I I solid font ot Counsel for the Petitioner.
trailer apartmento. By week! deiigna and aew blind the aurvny line ot Stab
1 Oct. II No, I .J
I .6jf faval Htreet Road 100 .Hectlon" IIOIO said aur.vey II, II, 1144 R Crowoll 847-S682
BLOCKS AT NO Downey, California month or year Capitol Motel, hema, sews on buttons, make !line being described aa fol

ti HHU No Kl ISKL'TION A. G. Burrli, owner. hwy 441. buttonholes cash 48.00 or IowaHegln,
_____ EXTRA COST.PHONE IIOIO-IIOI 8474341. termi, 5 free de. ; on the W..t line of S""c.
8TATK ROAD 100OHCKOLA yr. guarantee, lion l Township South,
ib = COUNTTDEHCKIITIONS livery. Writ Credit Manage Rang 10 East, at a poft 1107.01

FIVE ROOM house, furnishedor 711 N. Mills Orlando, Florida. feet North of the Southwest corner REALTORAMAFOR
RIGHT OK WAY unfurnished. Close In. 847. of iaN Section II, said pOint
r>nn loll loll, ion being on the arc of a cur concave -
That part of! 4277 or 847-3783. 1866 BUICK ROA DM ASTER, to the "Southwesterly, and
-- .0 I 847-4021 ":r.IOI'o M. P. Bass1 Re-Sub one family car 28,000 milei having a radius I of 171Ik feet SALE
F W. Kits' Addl. FURNISHED NEARLY thence from a tangent bearlnw o'
lion to the Town of Klislm. new $426.00. 847-2385 Monday thru South 44M4II' Kast run Southeasterly .
: me, according lo tha Official large two bedroom apartmen Saturday. along said curve through
OSCIOIA CEMENT ri'.t r.cord.d In the Public Tile bath, oil heat carport a central angle of 111711'dlslanc AHomefor
Record : Oeceola County, IRON RITE of im.II feet to th:
I PRODUCTS INC. Klorlda. I.Vt Hook 1, pac 44. Reasonable 8472758. Open end South line of said Section tt
lying within 00 feet Northerly of of both roll and shoe. Pointed North line of Section II, said Those Who O

wrruw lOAD the survey line o4T State. Hoadloo shoe both end. Phone 847-8410 Townehlp and Range) at a point
Hectlon loioi cold aurvey the Southerly and having a .. III II feet East of the Houthwes
line being described a* follows: u. of 11.'''.'' feel Ihenc run corner of said Sectl in II. (Northwest "
Mo>mbor Oiccola County Rulldcn Ann. Heiln at a point l on the Wee Masterly alone said cur* thru Lost and Found corner of said Section ...) Care
line. of the NKU of Section II a central anal o( 117', a dlstanc thence continue along said cur.. to Buy
Township II, Houth, Rant d ef III.IT feet to the end or. through a central angle' of 01.
Meat a distance of 110 fee curve; thence run Mouth Oi'lI I 0041" a distance of lot.IT fet to
Mouth of the Northwest comm II" East llll 10 feet to Iho East 850.00 REWARD 1 I the and of curv. thence run ; thenc run North 1101, lieu of said NKU, at a point. I..<4 I for .'-t. return;; 2- old Miuth It'll'II"-'East 10,OI4 fee, The Very Best !
II" Kaat 41144 feet to the b*., feet Houth ef Northeast\ corner year to the beginning of a (cur con
tho.trl a cur** concave t*, thereof I Chihuahua. Female named rave to the Northeasterly andhaving rAnd
ROTHROCK SEPTIC Pinning and having a rail CONTAINING lilt square feet" I Cha Cha. Black with whiteitreak a radlua of Itol.44 feet, at below
ua ef 11,41110 feet: thence ru.Kestorly more or lee*. thnncs His along said cur,' a price today reproduction cost.
aloag said curve througha OWNED BT CHARLES B. OON.TO. I from forehead back to through a of 17toil : This BR home in
TANK CO. cintral angle of I'll' a disany. aa Trustee I neck Weight 21-8 Ibi. Call a dlatanc.lot'm .. fee; Orange Gardens combines
of 010. .47 feet to th* end of BU aCT: TO UNRKCORDEt to the end of curve, thine run with
curvei, thence run South 1111II' OITION TO I'URCHASU In Save: 847-2194 or 847-8471. South "*." .0" East a dlstantf compact efficiency the luxury features
Eaat. Itll.10 feet to the East of K. S hCROEN and wlfl' of III II feet. to the South line Clj usually found in
line of aald NEt *t a point I.Ol. KIIElLA BERGEN and 1. C. BOH.DKUIN aid Section II. at a point 47117 only more expensive proper.
CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS feet South of th. Northeast Cor- and' wife MART ALJCBUOHUKLON feet Weet of the Southeast corner ., ties. Florida room screened
air thereof to the South aide of said road; of said Section II for th* porch, patio fire
SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE CONTAINING 1411 eqtiar ftIII RIGHT OF WAY thence North II digress 11 mm- end of this survey line deacrlpIon. place built-in air conditioner
(. acreat more er le**. IIRD IS!... 111 ute* East alone said road right range etc.
] LEULA BUTLER That part of': of way 10.I feel to the point of Th.[ land herein deecrlbed eon- $12,600 CASH
CEMENT WORK-280 Gallon Grtue Trap and husband JOHN BUTLBRl Th. Weat 100 fn.. of the Eaat b..ln.ln.." tain KM equare feel (.OIT acre)
and B: IRENE KlNd aid bun- 411 feel *f BlockA". ylnawithin 40 foot Vnuiherlr of mure or leee. or less than $3000 down with
and HARRY MINI I Johnston : lat, ae.cording tOt. survey line of Ital Heed OWNED BTI; WALLACE O. mtg.
15 YEARS SUBJECT TO: UNRECORDED t* the Ortlel.t plat recorded IUD, sortie IIOS': sold aurvsy EEH. and LILLIAN M NOR-
EXPERIENCE ONTHACT In favor ef H. aVTAN..BT << In Plat, Book I., pace line being described .. follows RIll and husband WAYNE: T. FLORIDA
BAsS and wife COLENA T, III. publle record of Osceola Begin at a point en the West NORRIS REALTYCOUNSELORS
K. C. ROTIIROCK, Owner and Operator MAIM: and Intereet If '. of H. line of the NEt of Section "J RIOHT OJ' WAY
K. COULTEH and wife CARRIEK lying"wlthla SO feet lflloJ Township || Sooth. Hang I!. SRD' llllThat
COULTER, aa to a Life Estate the survey tile *i Stale Mast, a distance I of I lo feet of-
Located at Kittlmme Tnuuit-Mlz Co. RIUHT OP WAY r*. auction ....., acid aurvoyna South of the Northwest corner. Lot nrt' k "'"" Moaa Oak.subdivision INC. ,
,RD 1011 111 being described. aa '0110..' thereof; '"enee ran North IS**| according to I'lat ,
Thai part *f: Begin at a petal en the Weed East. 41144 feet t. the b*. recorded. IB I'lat Book I page NOTI NEW ADDRESS AND
Th! East lIe feet ef Lot II Block lln* of the REId *f Section It'I'owssbip glaalng *f a curve concave to II), stabile reeorda of Oeceola PHONE NUMBER i
PHONE 847.3524 'A Johnston I'ark Ke-elat. '.. II South. Range IIEa.t. iho Southerly and having a Count Florida; 1600 W VINE [VJNI AT
cording te plat recorded lai Plat e distance, ef S.IS feet South of Iliftet. feel thence run 1 lying Westerly of and within Hook I Daze III, public record ef the Hortll.1 corner thereof! kaeterly lour sell curve thru feet of the survey II.. ef State PHONl S47.44S1
ef Oeceola Couaty. Klorlda." thenc rca North Sl0n'iF' East a central' angle *f I'll1, a die- Hoad 10*. Section Hold said j
ring within 40 feet Northerly of 411.44 fet le the *** *' tan *f ||. fl feet t. the end of serve p lime. being deecrlbed aa
tho eurvey line of Hiata Road ourve concave to the curve.. thence run Mouth II*!}' 01111:
I.'. Sectios 010101 said survoy sad having a radius I ef ll,4lVlifeetj .I* East: mile t..II. the East Regis o. the West lice of ....
liii. being descrIbed a. follows, tkence ran Easterly along line of said NEt. .1 a point 04 tics 10 T..n.1I11I is Ioulh.
legln at a point on the Wee said curve thru a central angle feet Koum oar th* JOIortll..t .. si rclti at a point HOtO. '
lee. of till NEVI of Section It. ef I'U', a distance ef 014.It feet hereof: ; ,,* Mouthwoet cor.
Township II .....tb. Range II te the oad of eurvei thence run CONTAINING Itll equare ft... nor ef said Section to. said. petal ;
East a dlatance ef 110 feet South Sl'iris ".1. llll 10 feel Morn,or 'ems. '"'"'"" area I. selng en the are of a curve con r'
Rootk ef the North wee t corner 't* the East lime ef said Na: at misting road. Tno.t Southwesterly and
th.reof. Ih.,, run North .!...' a point .... feel South et tile OWNED BY: MYRTLE: R BCCK. t radius ef Ittl.II feet,
U" East 41144 feet ta the be. Northeast corner thereof! RIGHT or WAY thence from a tangent bearing
Inning ef a curve cenla". t* CONTA1NIN 100 square feet PRO IIU ef South e410'II' Rant ruaSoutheaaterly
t1. .(' .) That part of: along said curve
.rSSLRTHVRKNUTSON Lot .. Hlock 14. Florida Drulnd through a central angle ef II'
Land Comnaay tubdl*!. It'ir' a dlatance ef lltt.II feet
''BURJJl'T'TO, JoIOft'l'OAOII: r.. ""." No. I. tiereola County. lo the South line of said Section
corded I. 0. R. Peek SO page lit Florida' arrordlna t* plat r.- 10 I Nortk line of Section 9*. aaldTowasklp I
I. faoe .f CHAIU.E1 ii. socIal; In flat Hook "B ; He* and Range) at a point
Trustee is and 04. .blio record of SIlts feet East: ef the Southweot -
HEATERS RIOHT or WAY Osedola ('musty Fionida, eerier ef said Section II,I
SRI lint lying within Ill fo.t INorthweat corner *f said See-
That part .f: if the sumvay 115. .f , lion ll>. thence continue along
OWN 11.11.51. at a pout eisa feet 6 0, Section oieie aid rr: said curve through a reatral ...
A BOAT? FOR SALE East ef the Nrthw eoraerof within. us feet Norcla.rl" .t ..IS I ef .i**.-4- a ...t...* a,
the HEH ef ejection It survey 11..1 saId ourvoy II.. .So. rl'.11 feet t. the end ef curve,
Thin hove Towaeala II S*.th. Range it Sag Inscribed a. fo4l wi, hence run South ll'irif Eaat
you o big Invettment
to protect not East.: kl* tke East II.. ef Sogia l at a point OIl the Weal OMII feet le tk* Wf las lag ef
only In the water but on the highway and In itor.age. ef War ef the AtlaatieCol.i 115. *f the atK0 eVcUo* ... a carve ceBca** te (a* Nertkaeterly -
: II read. rataenr l'owaahip || ....t.).
Fire Use rt >. Ran It sad kavlaar a radius ef
theft end liability Insurance are available Meet ItS feet I h"ace East a of Hint feet feet theme. nsa
In any combination. OVIRHIAO TYPE South 114 ,**.. thence Weal Nertheeiy I e( th. see.see said ": a e.atral as.gie .
104 feet te the Railroad rl h tllo,..,. thence r.a South if U..II1" distance if
GAS HIATUS of way tkne North ISrEast i .IMKIKaaL lelllT feet u a 4141.00 feet I. hi end .f curve.
Don't overlook this coverage when the coot It 10 IIYANT ..4.1! UAH SOM I. the f.lBl .( be..I..1 pel.t *a th* South line *t said .knee rio meltS 5le4elna East
low Call : Section It. CNofl" line *f _e*. dletaac ef SILlS feel to the
ui. ITU .eeleet relery ,.*. let "ROM a poInt 111.'. feet East ties! S'S. said Tawnehl. and South .ii.. ef said SVctieej II. at Tat,, whoa seeded. lie e Ibs
and I* feet south of Ide'hwoetcorner kaags0 e Tl feet a pelat IT1IT feet Weet of tkeautkcaat el guazs.
feel. IIiIJslO" 'SO Weelerly .-.r."t: : .4 ta. water beetsos.GREEN'S
roeai of tka NE'4 ef saId eerier eeraer .f said Settle
TOE BIG DJFFEREXC& IIZNOI wIsh itjelrrel tete .... aWtiea lit, raa Ikeeee Eaat It .r said ..". ... II INonkeaetoraer II fee the. sad of tkla urvey llaeeacrlptKMk
foot, thence *V.ith 1 00 feet.tkeac ef saId Section tlk.theacewetlaee
1fi)0iirklk' '75 ef of Sooth "'\1..10 .
Wet le rteal way EaC The leads ketelB acrtbed **
the AtUatte Co et U.. HaTI- Mil feet t* the Eaat Ha* o) ala* |HO square feet. aara er
AvalUbU 'Imm44j>oitely read tkoaea Worth ISMO Eaat.l leJd Sorties II, (Weot Is.5.ctioa of FUEL
0 beet al nih e4 1 way o* SO Tewaaklp II Soetk. owiED: aT; WILLIAM R. HOW.
C.nt. Sbus.. Jafl5, Ill fesi..t 55151if feet loath ef the Nertkeaat. eer
bagi.aingl AL50. 5'i5 a ... ef nail Secitea 11. pout 14114 feet Ea* .< tkeNorthwest meet esciem if soil 5.ctio. HI' un NIt.. .
eerier ef the Nertk.oeat *eaUa.* ..> jtk IIMIII1* DITCH' RICH _
eoarter. Beetles IS. 'Tw. Eaet. I** feet te the eel et UMrrey BJI T) STATION 11-fOe
LUPFER'S.Insurance 1"J) Ship! !I tovtk Haajr IS ftut. llae destrlaoen.XN4TA1N1NO (PARHat )
Agency Cody's OscuelO Coaatr. rj t't. mis susie **_ tee*. poo'tef: PARKS FURNITURE CO.
theace Seath H.I ,: the (. ... asciI. mats e*> lena, ..d.. Leg: 10 aa4 4T. Fataaia FarkV
191S-1964 South use of the State HI.'. .,.* ., are la oilotlag read.MdUT eseerdisi Ic t.Iah us riot Seek I '
?. Sole OWNED ItYt PEARL: pass let, publte eense'de ed Dee.- & U. For Your Gas Ziance '
feeTVff'the lister' el rcz: App
VERONA MTM01KISSIMMH M the Eh : ala c..t" Pledge. ,
U lre> >dweiyTtN Kt U T1i*> Unk-.t47.4111 said ..... Fre' sail MI..I ri" .. ...'ll. lying Mertkerly of *a4 wttkl 10 KIMtMMII
.....01 u. feet' ...(- "U8 r..". aM Seeikecly ef aiM wlia n. CLOUD
WMI !* fMtJ taoae ..4-l feet or WAY' I.. 10 feet ef a dItch rvy the 147-4171 191.2011lag



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Intercession City News Boy Scouts Held Junior Women Held Halloween Party To Hold SaleThe

Halloween PartyThe 'Klailmmo Junior' Wom bert Parker, Miss Beverly Taylor Th Officer Club of the
Political Held an'* Club hM a Halloween and Mist Alice Parker. KtMimmee Rebekah Lodge will
Rally on Boy ....ta ot America, party at the )ome of Mr. and Four delegate attended the hold a rummage tale Friday
Troop SN, sponsored by the Mr*. John Gehntt In the form district tour meeting held roe and Saturday, November I and
Itfrs. Weisenberger's LawnBy Elk Lodge of Ktohnmet, of a weiner roast and get-ac certly at EuiUt. They were 7, at the corner of Mate and
held a family baltoween party quainted party. Mr. Douglas Thomas, Mrs. Bat.
Saturday night, October 81, at .
The social committee mad Earl Harris, Mrs Gant and
Mn, D. G. Owlett months. Wife Jean has beenstaying the scout but. Mr*. Parker, IAAIINIIYttooIe.
A political rally war heed on with Gordon1 parent Price for the beat costumes the Mrs arrangement Richard Gueldo They, were. This will be the first year In .. DM OM4>

t CatetU, Kiaslramee, Florida, NOT. t, 1884- Pag* Nto Mrs. Weltenbcrger'a lawn, at until his retain from. sea 4ht,. were won by Chariot Chestnut, Mitt Sharon Gehrett, the departmental work. AI Nee 1leevy 9py.tay t
Major and Mrs. Walter Him Donald Ortver, second,
which Mr Ernest Kraamanspoke. Hrstj I Mn. Robert Gehntt, Mrs The next dl.trlrmHtlnr OwlrMt or HOTT
Mill Mildred Overrate shaw and Pastor and Mn, CM. Robert Johnson, tWrd, and Edward Park Mrs George will alto be held In Rustle on n..MOKrYa
presided, aa chairman Re- Abbott railed on Mr. and the adult pme Rat U Mr*. Gant, Mrs Paul Christian\ November 11 at the Woman' I ten.- cent ItiIMeA
freshmenU of cookies and trait Mrs. ROM Beck In Lakeland Chestnut Mrs Chariot Tilley, Mn Her pub 1I0u,,. bfeee
punch were served by Mn. recently.
Mary Frankenfield and Mrs. Miss Velma Scott cl Valdosta I

Ivan Blower Georgia, visited her
brother, T. V. Scott and family
Word hat reached u* of the ,
passing of Mr Maurice Swiftof over the past week end. : .....
Coudersport, Pennsylvania David Stoop assistant pa*
tor of the First Alliance
Mr and Mrs Swift wen winter -
residents hen the past Church of Orlando, preached
Sunday evening at the local
two years Mr. Swift was 77
yean old. He Is survived by Christian and Missionary Alliance .

his widow and four children, Church.Mr. ,
one of whom Is a missionaryto and Mr.. C. M. Abbott,
Japan under the Evangell' of the local Alliance Church,,
cal Alliance Mission. sponsored a Halloween party :
Any wishing to express sym- for the local young people in : MANY THANKS
path may address Mr*. Swift the fire hall Saturday evening..
at Coudenport, Pennsylvania, Refreshment followed an evening
Route S.Mn. of game A good Urn

Randall Howard's was reported.We 1t t
e : d mother, of Tampa, has been hear that Mr. W E.
visiting the Howard family Baxter hat not been well. We
I CHANGE CONGRATULATIONS-Tora: Tetfeteller, left, con.tulate during the past week. hope he and Mr*. Baxter will
Rev. Jlmmie Cox at the dedication ceremonlei of the The community pot- luck be able to return for the win. i Osceola County Voters
educational unit of the First Christian Church Sunday supper held on Friday eveningwas "
|ernoon Others taking part in the ceremonies were Eugene well attended. Mrs. Frank ter.We .
mono, Mayor Russell Thacktr, Rev. D. D. Debault, H. H. Clark and her efficient helper an sorry to to Oscar report
death Mr.
the of
rtin, Clifford Chapman; Robert Shannon of Orlando and J. A. deserve thanks tot their "
Raisor who had wintered here
ding. (Photo by Eby) services.An :
followed a number of ,Nra. He had For Your Continued
interesting program been living with his sitter In .
the supper The Rev. C Ohio sine he wa unable to
riiernsey toe J. Pridgeon was chairman In rare for himself. ,-
the absence of the Civic Association '-
president, the Rev
Speaker H. B. Kreider. .
Faith and ConfidenceShown
Mr. Pridgeon pnsented"As-an ;
informative lecture on
{Joseph S. Guernsey of Or.lido tronomy and the Bible".
will be the guest speak Mr. George Fink, a Junior YOU'RE NEVER ALONE
I at the dinner for all\ church. the Klsslmmee
In of Klsslmmee Monday high teacher In WHEN YOU HAVE A :
A school system, presented a well t
V'ht at 7 o'clock at the Fel.. documented talk on the present TELEPHONE by Your Vote
ship Hall of the First Bap.t political situation. .

Church. This was followed by a film,
Born In Orlando, he was produced by Michigan State .
aduated from Orlando High r.
showing scenes of "
hool, attended the Citadel i Mia LeahKenney .
Michigan In
,diary College and was gra. who spent the past In My Behalf
ated from the University of Summer In Michigan, acqulr d ,! r'
arid with a degree of Bach- the film for our "I.wlnc.Announc.ment C""p.nleMhl, whoa yes wont "
ir of Art. H* was controls- Is made of
ned a second lieutenant InS the engagement of Miss Nancy 0 sip III emer6emiel .,

United State* Infantry Lacy, daughter of Mr. and MvenleiK upend weeds
For Re-election
serve. Mn. Willard Lory, and Peter with Newel titMiiM teleaheoei as .
In 1841 he was called tot of Mr. and :
Richard Warn, son i i
( with the U. S. Army Air.rce JOSEPH. To GUERNSEY Speak Mn. Eric Warn of England. la CM( t... .
and served more than At present Nancy Is attending .
ur year*. H* presently the Ministerial Association, college. :
,id. the rank of lieutenant will act as master of care Mrs. Gloria Woolen has been
.lonel in the reserve monies. a patient In Green Clinic for a H State Senator ,
J Returning to Orlando he en. .
All men of Klsslmmee an few d.,.. ,
(red the real estate and In- Invited to join in this commun Mra. Mary Stover I I. Im. FLORIDATELEPHONE
rend business! and In 1949 In Lakeland '
ity-wide Christian fellowship proved since being \
Je and hit associates orgsn- '
General Hospital. Wean -
led Orlando Federal Savings glad that the Is home CORPORATION 1"I
Jnd Loan Association and helas TurnpikeEntrance again. '4 .
served at Its president friends who have '.
Among our t a .
I nee that time. of the First returned recently are Mrs Edna .., P .. ..aelp T ,v..w, : I Y "
He IT an elder Mf. and, i" lest 'o
'. I Kami-out,Indiana) Ce.reLlr I. 4 ". .." ; :I JtiloBronaon
'I rhberl rhurc' pt 0' e p.? ''tlI.' *> > : :,
.redo and active In many': civic Count Up' Mra.Mr. Orlo'W Samael Coir Foster, New and York save: I I ;,;%: ... ,I Iv

ffair*. Bob, Pennsylvania, and Mr. C : \- '
Everett Amos, minister of Bloker. I., I\tl '.
Sn lae"
uslc, of the First Methodist July and August were the The Rev. O. W. Willis of +
hurch, will direct: the group two biggest months to date Indiana It holding meetingsthis 1
ngmg and special: music Rev. for the Klasimmee-St. Cloud week In the local Pilgrim
arc Van Etten, president ofJulll turnpike entrance, with better Holiness Church, of which the
than 10,000 cars entering the Rev. J. C. Baynum la pastor. I
Overstreet turnpike at this interchangeeach The Rev, H. B. Kreider and
i month. The same iwo W, T. Sebree flew to Michigan I
Circle MeetingThe months were also the high lilt week to visit relatl....
months on exits at this Interchange Mrs. Jerry Samie fell and
Lulu Overatreet Circle though not aa many received: an Injury which de.
If the First Methodist Church cars exit here as enter, according lays their return to their home
jet, Monday at the home of to the Florida Turnpike here.
llrs.! Webster Collins, with Authority.The Petty Officer Gordon Swuft-
|lrs. Louis Wood presiding. Klsaimmee-St Cloud Interchange ey and wife have returned to
Mr*. Ethel Rule presented Is the second small- Charleston South Carolina.
he" devotions using the eat of all the Interchanges, Officer Swaney has been stationed E-T w-
thanksgiving theme. however, only Stuart handlingfewer in Mediterranean waters -
Dr. Olive Fish, guest speakr .
vehicles.Figures on a nuclear missile submarine -
talked on "Summons to a by months since the for the past three e I
ew. Age." Her talk was large- opening of the turnpike extension n _
from her own experiences are at follows:
ut also on the history and lift Wesleyan Guild
ilture of ancient peoples.he Month Entry Edt Exit '' I Iw
showed slides she had tak. July 2,674 2,229 f 648.80 Met MondayThe a y ww+e"' I

n of children of other landa. Aug. 6,038 4.799 1,44060 Wesleyan Service Guildof
The December meeting will Sep. 5,480 1,946 1,169.70 the First Methodist Church
held at the home of Mr.
Oct. 6,989 4,398 1.25260 met Monday night at the homeof
l illiam Sawyer, combined Nov. 6,468 8.128 2197.76Dec. Mr. Al Cody.
ith a cooperative luncheon. 7,437 7,76020
8,769 Project for the year wendiscussed
sed distribution >
clothing for Total 15,408 27.934 $15,069.55 during the businesssession
ron the Methodist Latin Cen-
ll 14 and it was announced
r In will be collected
Miami 7938 $8,74100 beheld
Sal will
I1 Jan. 8,792 that a Daylily
this time. Feb 9,249 8,663 9,640.90 Saturday, November 14,
Mar. UU 9.047 10,7114 with plant donated by Mia
Free Apr. 9.143 .117 9.089.7J Sarah Clark. ew
FOYER May 8,395 7/43 7.811.85 Mr*. Dorothy Bullock was r r
"'--'p Candies .June 9479 tftl 9.028JO welcomed\ a* a new member.

.... BaeveI at July 10.252 ','75 10.106.85 The December meeting will
(ug. 10472 10,151 11.160,10 be held In the form of a Christ. ."'.'.- ... "' *
St. Cloud Hotel Sep. 8,678 8.067 8,47240 anas party at the home of Mn.George .
"UW .... Total 83,823 77468 $84.824.60 Rest on Kings Road.



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[Cowboy Gridders Bow 15-7 to Wildwood; Apopka Next ,

Kissimmee r. ___ Tr IM1I .... I!'IJj \.. .... 'i::::;:.:.:.:: ::::;:,'X: m IJ tJj rn T I

Meets New 8 o'clock just 2H points\ ahead of Phil
McCollouglisTake A Nee who alto wan three 'B' Squad Closes With I

Foe Gain point
FridayBy Drips
I- First High ...... the week was I
19-0 Win Over
ITh. Mike Haalia With Series by Ray BarroM of Art Bar HornetsBy
with a m. This li also high
The Kowboy feat tMr. In aerie thl Other over
third game laat FriWy to Ute Handicap The Eight OX*** Drip are 50 were 0 *rg. Muller. with Mike llanklna At the beginning of UM
Wildwood Wlhk-..., 1,-'. TM In lint platt *i HM Coffee Ml John third period the Hornets trail.
G.n. Smith Ml
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with The 0 oe U Kowbo, B-
week they meet the Apopka League game
Jodi. and Claude McC l. with 18M pint and Pate, MT; Art Logade, 570; quid exploded In the first big lt-0 tried an on-tMt kkk
Blue Dartera. handicap
Well Moon Joe Sul- but failed and theKowboys
t9 and to
Gaiette Kls.irnmee, Florida Nov 5, 1964 -Pag* Eleven lough teamed together to roll ar* tW with Maxwell house do, &51. half of play lilt week to reek took recover
over play
the highest aerie and win thelIdtp.
for first team with two big Ulllei and abut out
place game up
Game to Come Double tourney at Orang handicap with $44 pin. High game was also by Ray the Haines City llornett by afinal their own6.. They drove
Barrette with 245 Geerr- steadily to the 15 and from
Bowl Lane lilt weekend .
Carol Longorak has high I acor of 19.0. The Kowboyi'
Probable Starting LineupsKowbojs Apopka travel to Klailmme Their seers was 1S04 ThereesMuller game scratch of 106 and Fatay Muller was next with a t44. lint half rally gave there couldn't move, and the
this week for the first and Danny Miller plan Manning hat high series High team series was by Arts them a 13.0 lead going Into Haines City eleven took over
meeting of the Blue Darters ed second with 1287. Shirley aerated of MJ. Frances Zamarra Bar with S190. the third quarter The Hornet drove to the 44

Positions Blue Darter and the Kowboy on the grid- Miller and Ross Gouge were covered the 3-6-7-S split Business Mesa league The Horneti took the and the Kowboyi held. Her
Mike Whitewolf LE Charles Rawlei Iron. third with im. Ruth Johnson and the 5-.-10 apliU The 6-7 kick-off and open.Ing the ball changed hands again.
Jim Barber LT Mike Perry Last week the Blue Darters and Dave Johnaon finished split was covered by Pearly T. C. .. Dairy % 6% were The Kowboyi drove to the 23
: Randy Bateman took
Larry Smith LG Charles Blair went down to the DeLand fourth with 1286. Stephen Phil a Nea 91'scuum punt and liB David Yowell shot off
Bob Pollom C Stewart Green Bulldogs by a score of 206. Special game prliei wen Store II II the punt for the Kowboyi and left tackle and went over forth
Jim Sabetto RG Richard Odom Earlier in the season the Kow. won by Jodie McCollough 232, Coffee League Art. Bar 20 II rushed 6? yards for a touchdown score. The extra point was
Sun Parker RT William Dew boys pounded the Bulldogs 236, Ginny Mead., 212, Alice W L Elks Gold 11 11Orange but It was called bark mined and the Kowboya led
Mike Smith RE Richard Gooliby IS, ao It should be a good Rhodes 211 J. D. Hanlon 260, Chase A Sanborna 19 9 Bowl Ln. 16 18Rled.1 because of a penalty, and the 19.0 at the end of the third
Gary Harrell QB Jerry Longacr game for the Kowboys.Friday's Daily scratch series priaei lubana 18 10 Motors 14 18 Kowboy ,ridden let up playon quarter.
were won by Jodl McCollough Lutiann 1. % 11% their own 47 They slashed
Terry RobertaJim HB Dewey Wincey Rooney Pontiac 10% 17'" The Hornets took the kickoff ,
HB William RUM 620, J. D. Hanlon 608, Theresa Dordeni 14 14Sankaa Tupperware 10 18 the Hornet line for long gains
and lost the ball
Loss Muller D. Hanlon and 14 and QB Charlie Swallows went
Crum FB Glenn Chamber 677 J. 13% % Elks Blue 11 IIRlf.
The drove from the
Dan Johnson tie 629.Oweola 15 over from the three for the Kowboyi
Dymmek WB 8 OCIock Drips IS Market 10 22WFIV
Gary The down Kowbo '.' first 4? to the 11 yard line whtr a
Kowboyi went to Th
Maxwell House > 19 Radio II H ) iror extra
Kowboy captains this week) Bill Hankini Steve Parker Jim
Klaga and Queen fumble gave the ball to the
the Wildwood Wildcat 15-7 Alton 9 19 point ram on a pass from
Crum. lad Friday In a hard fought Leed'a DiiU Inc. 21 11 Swallows to George Lane. Ilorneti. But they were able to
Orange: Belt Conference &.me. Oiceola Shopper 21 11 Orange Bowl The Kowboyi kicked again move to only the 23 and the
The Wildcats remain unbeaten Snack Bar 21 '1Rorer' Panning Stays and the Ilorneti let up playon Kowboyi tried again but were
Players of the Week while the Kowboyi now Broa. 19 BAmadeni Lant's G.'t their own 24 Th Kowboyi held and Halnea City took over

have a four win, three loss 18 14Klnimme Out FrontIn held for three downs and on on the 20. The hornets mad
record Furn. 18 14 High Series the fourth, Hornet QR Phillip
last to but failed
one try score
Orlando Kid
14% 1SHCooper' AmericanBob
r I The Wildcats scored two Collinger fired a pan to \VI|-
Bid. and the dealt them
Hm 18 Kowboyi
M1Ai touchdown, both in the first High team game In the Os. hi* Beailey for a 86 yard
quarter. Randy Jones Wild- Reynold' Home 12 20Mike'i Itlghley of Hunt Broi reels Squaw was bowled by gain. Collinger hit Reailry I 19.0 loss
wood halfback took the ball Salon 11% 12% mad the big split In the Bui- the St Cloud Motors with a one more for eight yards but This was the lilt game of
over from the two for the first Team No 9 9 7 85 19Penny.Wise Inns )I.n'. League last week 060 High team series by Or. the flames City offense bogged the season for the B-iquad.

score. The T.D. was headed up with 710. ang: Bowl Lane with a 2642 down and they had to punt Their final record was two
i by a 80 yard drlv. The extra High Average In the (50 series D. Miller In the 600 series Nancy Kowboyi took over on their
Y point was run by Randy'a Joan Humble IRQ was high with 6U; C. Matthewi Adam bowled 632: Tina Som. own 16 and started to move wins and four losses

brother, Danny. Theresa Muller 170 502; N. Norris, 691; merman 6111; and Pat Hlg- again They drove to the Herneta -
The Wildcati second touchdown Ada Anderson 15( D. Knapp, 1186; E. Amos, 6771; man 600 200 games were 13 and again Swallows
cam when Randy Jones George Ana 1H8 I. Frey 621| J. Suhl &51. bowled by MaRs Waiion with scampered over fur the score DUE:
broke away and raced 84 yards Cecil Story 181 Others In the 200 games 209, and Bessie Langiton with John Pope'i kirk for the conversion -
for the acor*. Randy also at. J. D. Hanlon 181 were W. Whitehead, B. Ott 205. was blocked The Kow 8." Teraarlua.
tempted the extra point but 200 Games and Boo Series C. Knoebel B. Haston C. Splits were picked up by boy drive was headed up by a I .'roatoes
mined and the Kowboya Theresa Muller ttOft Story Q Bamford B. Illgley, Barbara Journlgan with 4-6. IV yard run by Pop and I 24 ...o6In
trailed at the end of the fint Joan Humble 225 697 W. Ketrhum II. Phippi, J, I). 7, Marilyn Stocum with 3.10 yard run by Swallow.
quarter 130. The Kowboyi Elaine Adams 200 Hanlon and J. C. Crenihaw and Eton Mcllenry with 7-S.
tried twice to move the ball in Bill Green 202 537J. American IUi.lng league
the first quarter but lost the D. Hanlon 205 551 W L Oareola Squat
ball both timei. Chuck Mendel C27 Tanning Lumber 19% 8% W L WALTER MENGESCLOTHIER

\ The Kowboyi took the Wildcat Eddie Bacon 514 Northilde Super 8 19 9 Paddl Wheel 8 H 2< 6
kickoff at the beginningof Roy Anderson 619 Texaco 17 U Memory Garden 2t 7 TO MEN
... the second period, and set Leslie Knickerbocker illS Memory Garden 17 11 Or. Bowl lanes 21 11St.
HILL HANKINS GARY DYMMEK up play on their own 20. They Ervin 1 eager 631 Hunt Broa. 18% 11W Cloud Motors IT 11 LATEST FALL ARRIVALS
drove to the8 and were Danny Miller 215-202 .
top lineman beat back Dellwood 13 15
forced to punt but the Wildcats Gen Smith 621 Park Furniture II 17 VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS
Bill Hankini, ion of Mr and Chosen back of the week Oiceola Masons It 15
Mri. W. P. Hankini, was chosen after the Wildwood game, had to punt back, and Harry Altemui 533 Bentoni Jewelry 12 Id Flon'a Beauty 8 II 20
GUile Uhaley 211 620 NEW GOLDEN CENTURY"Convertible
lineman of the week after Gary Dymmek played wingback the Kowboyi tried again/ this Compass Ext. I 12 16 St. Cloud Cleaners II 20
time starting from the 47 Eddie Bacon 214 663 Osceola Drug It 20
Frlday'l game against Wildwood on offense ran the ball Ken'a Grocery 8 20 Cuffs Two Pockets
H. played almost the one for four yard, caught They drove to the 10 yard line Split Concerted Southern Music 5 23 Ken'l Service Sta 4 2H Confound Body Short and long Sleeves
entire game ai left guard In three panel for 23 yards and and QB Gary Harrell fired a Kate Smith, &.7
offense centered on punts, did did a fine job of blocking lie pass to Richard Blevlni forth Eunice Tindall, 4-10
a "fin" job of blocking on played corner linebacker on acor Steve Parker kicked Vacuum Team BROASTED $500All
defense plays, linebacker and defense and did a good job of for the conversion and the Monday Nit. Ladle
tilled a great deal of offen- topping wide rum to his aide half ended with the Kowboyi Elks Auxllia., B 6 Z Drops Three CHICKEN WEATHER JACKETS
trailing 13-7. Elki Auxiliary a 6 I
on live numerous ilgnali. tacklei.AllT He was. also in The ion of Mr. and Mri In the third quarter, the Hunt Broi 6 2 To Elks Blue FRKEZKTTE Lined and unlined Big' and Tall IVUn'i
> John Weir Gar / Wildcat moved in and threat. St Cloud Hotel 6 I DRIVE-IN
year old lenloa \ wear jersey \itfilUr lettefmaWjiM I VfifcT a'acor mA'tb Kowboyt Wdy !Shop 8. 2' Tile "Flka Blue Team wgts ,, ,
number held. Danny Jones ran the Medical r.nter. ,t a Rugby PurltafNarragansett{
54. .28. _> Ihree pointa from the Kluli ,
I Kirk "
kickoff t blck/8e Sard il'Chf1Kowboy "d'Jtrr, II' 6 Vacuum bblmee
26 yard lint for Wild- Robert'. aiM 2 6 Store to Flo trl FT All OMBM|
them Into third place just one $795'0$1895
wood. They drove to the nine First Federal I 7
ScheduleSeptember point ahead of Art. Bar which
Kowboy Eloise Beauty Salon 1 7 HUGH'SFLORIST
and were held. The Kowboyi has moved from eighth place
took over and drove to the 45. High Averages two weeks ago to fourth place. THERMAL UNDERWEARFOR

18-Halnea City ...,? W 7.0 ......................... (home) They were forced to punt and Gladys Whitehead 101 T. G. Lee Dairy won three 21 Broad147.411 I THE COOLER
September 25-Lakevlew .......... L 20.7 ........................ (away) Wildwood took over on their. Jessica Campbell 160 point to stay In first place DAYS
October Leeiburg .................. L 19-9 ........................ (home) own 36. They drove to a firitandgoal Lola Huddle 184 Short Sleeve Shirts 3,30
October Okeechobee .............. W 14-0 ........................ (horn) : situation and again Jessica Campbell 601 Drawers 3.95
October 16-De Land .................. W 18.13 .......... ....-.... (away) the Kowboy goal line defense" .
October 23-Sebrlng ......_........- W 10.7 ....................... (away) held On first down, Wildcat Clara KpllU Converted Millions of People Use
October 30-Wildwood .......................................................... (away) Buddy Bell broke through and. O'Dell 2.7. Frances, 3-10 Alberta NIAGARA CUUMIASiA: <(;t: For RESISTOL HATS
November 6-Apopka ................... ...... .............................. (home) tackled QB Alan Starling behind Zamarra !
November 20-St Cloud .........-..... ..... ..................."....._... (away) Th the Kowboy goal line kicked for a off IIfet and)'. 6-7 7-10 Joy Dot Roberaon Crum 3-7.1.7. and 2- Self Conforming Tissue Weight3X

held the Wildcat. They took 1Achrsdll'aine TrnalonCirculation BEAVER

over and tried to move but lost I Muscle $
B ScheduleSeptember FingerlingsDistributed pam $
Squad over.a fumble and the game was 795

YARISTICKKissimmee 206 N.' Avenue Orlando
24-Lak* Wale L 20-6 ........................ (away) Wildwood IKtE; limn: UEMUo.'JTlUTIj: !' Orange e e
October 1-Lakvl.w __............. L 18-0 ..._........-..".. (home) 9 First Downi 10 To Countians Phase M. CM4 tit.JT7' Atrtu Street "from Cetkolk Church
October 8-Euitla ..................... L 7.0 -....................-.. (away) 85 Rushing Yardag 117 More than 28,000 fingerlings oc rli* ru. See I'M, Orb*, free Peribif" lest .f Stere
October 15-Apopka _....-._ W 12-7 ...............-...-.. (horn) 86 Palling Yardage 108 for locking pond In Oacaola t
October 22--Avon Park ............ L 7.0 _......."............. (home) 6-15 Panel 6-8 county were distributed recently -***-i *f*--fmmmnnnHUUfUBHBnnm- --.-.- nnUUHBnfUHEinnUffr--- -- ------ nmaimmmm

October 29-Hainei City .. ._..... ................ ..................... (away) 0 Passes Intercepted By 0 The fish were supplied
1 Fumble Lot 0 by the U. 8. Fisheries at W.-
S Yard. Penaliied 20 (aka through arrangement of
Kowboys Rank AmongFlorida's Individual Yardage: OaceolaCrum Walter Hutcheaon of the Boil HotnewDodge

63, Dymmek 32, Proton .- Conservation Service.
22. Wildwood-Jone* 104, Those receiving the flail
Grid Jones 70, Lee 10.Velerans were LeRoy Ban, B. C. Bat.taglla .
John Bronaon W. B.
Coleman MAE Enterprises, at a new lower price
Despite a _10 3-3 wonloitrecord rated eighth after Lake Wale, Day H. C. Kennccke Proton Wells,
Oaceola'a Kowboya are Wildwood, Lake View East A. E. Whaler, Cecil Whaley, G
rated by Th Tampa Tribune Bay, Leeiburg Avon Park and Closing Set Irlo Bronaon, two pondij; W. P. Coronet '65-the best-telling new car in Dodge history And

at one of the stronger Clue Wauchula Hardee who are Hayman, four panda; II. B. why not?Coronet comes on big In all dep.rtmtnls.lnsid., full-

A teams in the area. rated In that order. Adding In City, county and federal office Johnston, J. T McKey, and II.H. site room and comfort. Up front a choice of seven engines .
This la because our losses the Clan AA team In Region will be rioted Wdnea- Brltt tw* pondij; Pat John ranging to 426 cubic Inches On the rear' window stickers,
have all been to relatively 2, Klailmme la rated 10th. day Nor. 11 In observance of ton, three pondu. E. Carl
strong team*-Wildwood, Lake Four other teams ate tied with Veteran Day. Allman, Floyd Stinebangk. prices that begin lots lower than those of any full-sue DodgesIn

View and Leeiburg who rat the Kowboyi for this position The schools will also be Lykea Broa.. B. G. Crlaaom years. Everywhere, more fun. In the Coronet 600 shown, \f\

two, three and five, reapectIvely -all with 40 point: Class AA closed on that day. However and Jim Jeffocat, two ponda. for example,bucket seats,console,carpeting all.vinyl interiors,
among the Area 2 and Tampa Chamberlain and Tampa most businesses will remain padded dash and V8 engine are standard And clean, '

3 Tribune.Clan A schools rated by the Plant, and CUu A Turkey open. HARDTO eye-catching beauty? That's Coronet all over Who says t +

la Clan A team, OHS I I. Creek and Venice. you can't please all of the people 1 Coronet's sure

going to give' it a try. Drive one soon. e


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