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VOL 71-NO. 49 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 12 1964 Three Sections-Price 10 Cents

Christmas Professional Planner Speaks Tonight

Parade Osceola Business Future

Set Dec. 4 ,

/ 4 1(
1Q ill Two Important committee
chairmen were announced at
the Tuesday noon meeting of Retail Centers ExploredFuture

the Klsslmme Chamber of

Commerce director. -

Dick Lovtll will membership serve as of Oiceola business Th native of Cincinnati Vlila B. Gould, chamber president marketing at the University of
chairman of the "His Cinclnnstl He also was a ,*.-
said yesterday predictions -
and George Reynolds and Kliilmmee retail center Ohio will be looking and reporting -
committee chairman will be explored by Dr. James on Ktiilmme and O- have been called uncannily fervor at Xavier University
; has accepted ceola County a* part of a *U. accurate," she ..ald.Sh..han He received his doctorate
hip of the annual merchant.Christmas G. Sheehan tonight at a pe In
hal International from Ohio State University
Farad clad meetingDr. county survey and alud,. H* an
real estate, and finance
announcedthat Sheehan, a professional has been In Central Floridafor reputation for accuracy in marketing
l Chairman Lovtll business planner and market some time on this '11.1a..lmm.nt hi. predictions and has been and hat taken post-doe.
his committee election Central Florida ral study at Harvard Vntflvelns
for the council studying on a
H analyst, will speak under the
a be mad Best
t Three of the questions which special assignment for the regional tllBRAJrt1r
told board member that a auspices of the Kiulmme t\KV\ of
will\ be used Chamber of Commerce and the he will be caked are I What I* plannera
team approach the future of retail business In He has been of professional dE ftlsront:
In this ,.ar'* new member East Planning Central Council Florida at 7.S9 Regional: p.m. KliilmmeT What la In store service to more than 70 builneises :n J t
campaign. the Cincinnati
business and civic organltatlona log presented by
for the
Civic CenterAll
ti A light presentation of at the of the United chapter of the American
p: + Interested businessmen area? Where I la the retail In all region
chamber activities la being developed well abroad. For.ev.n Marketing Aisoclatlon
of Klulmme going to States, as a*
and cltlieni In Osceola County center
Lovell and Bill In "Who' Who"In
by He Is listed
he professor
these years, a
be? Answers to quee-
are Invited to attend the aeslion. -
Hammond for member presentation toprospective lions are much ought, Mr. In economic, business, and Commerce and Industry.

Current member received
tatemenU this week for renewing -
membership. Plat Committee

Chair man Reynolds announced
that the Chrlitmat I

OPENS-Mayor Russell Thicker, left greet Jamei McTaggart, president of the Kli- Parade will be held on Friday In PlanA
slmmee All-Stak. Tourist Club at the welcoming program sponsored by the City Th KAST December .. County
meeting are held each Tuesday night through April. Th. special tabloid section of The Ga- A new feature this year will
lotto I II devoted to welcoming then winter residents to Klitlmme for the season. be presentation of cash prlie
(Photo by Eby) to civic and church group committee to study and Commissioner Harris 0. Daniel
participating. The three prisea recommend revision to the reported "I believe It would
will amount to $211. $15 and Osceola County Plat law I I. pay us to check plat laws of
Homecoming $70. Trophies will again be expected to be named Monday other counties and take them
Tax Writ HearingScheduled Parade awarded in the business and County Commissioner gave It I Into contention In the
I Friday commercial division for the priority on the nest agenda study," he laid.
belt flo.U.Sabin. after a long discussion session When the study and recom.
The annual Osceola High this week memlatlons are complete. they
FridayJudge School Homecoming Parade 'The law war a much needed will be presented to the County .
will be held Friday night at Oral 4 0 and a good ono when It was Planning Committee and
7 p.m. In downtown Klssimme written In 1850," County Attorney then the County Commission
Frank A. Smith of owners' suit against the coun just prior to the game between Murray Overatreet Jr., for approval.
9th Judicial Circuit will hearth the Kowboy and Lyman. Sunday Set told commissioner "But w*
ty.The bill. have been Included In the parade will\ Parade
Osceola tat dispute Fridayat tax prepared have noted Its weaknesses and Inaugural
1:30 in his court chambersin and are ready to be be the Osceola Kowboy Band, these need to be corrected
Orisndo. mailed out, he said. Howeverthe the Homecoming Queen candidate Th second Sabln Oral Sunday he said. Chairman Chester Barber
Judge Smith continued the calculations are based on and float representing will\ be held November 15 It was pointed out that when reported Monday that a
hearing last Wednesday In an valuations established by Tax school clubs.Candidates. from noon till < o'clock\ for the the law was adopted In March mounted troop of Silver Spur
attempt to get an out of circuit Assessor Lanier and levies set for the queen polio 'vaccln second feedingat 1601 It wa with the Idea that will represent Osceola CountyIn
Judge to'consider action by the county commission and will be Linda Williams and the Winn-Dlxl parking lot e. n. Y ckange would be mad a* the Inauguration parade In

on the alternative Writ of school board Joyce Baxter, Seniors; Cam- at Sunrise Shopping Center HAM IN DRIVE-Cheryl Hartley, left, and Mailn Antonnuc- needed Change In the law Tallahassee on January $. This
County commissioners have ett Moor and Polly Thacker la sponsored by which I will .b* till fiat time In many
Mandamus against I County This project cl, art majorette* of the Oscoola High School Band would require enabling legislation
been advised that even though iunlerr Susan Warden and the Klnlmmee Junior Chamber year that Oseoala has had
Board of Commissioner atd \ conducting Dreulatlun campaign for Th Klwlmmee UaaeH from the state leglsla.Jure.
Tax Asaoaaor Wide H. Lanier the tat bills art"fo Linda Schmidt, IOphom r... of Commerce for their band fund. The band member receive 10% tot new* representation at th* event I'
Jr. The writ had been orderedby son! paying within the first The queen will be crowned ThoM who milted the first subscription and 15* for renewal This money goes Into the "A good put law would ere. However It was 14 year ago
after the bill\\ at the traditional balltimiceremonlea that Osceolahorsewomen
10 day January
Judge W A. Pattlshall at art feeding! obtain "It at thus fund and the four top winner will receive personal priiei of ,at. good subdivision, and save
mailed till will be entitled to by the 1963 queen, way first rode III an
the land request owner of proteitlng attorneys property for. the full discount Mime Diane Plerson time. $ao. $26, $15 and $10. (Photo by Eby) the county lot of headache, Inauguration parade This was

aueismente Increased the founding of the organise-

by an motion avenge to 95 percentA the man. Chamber Co Big Year of Activities icon Loading eltlsen took part

dsmui action was quash filed two of mine rce Highlights In the from first the ride event and they upon talk.return

week ago by County Attorney ed of forming riding club

motion Murray the Oventreet county officials, Jr. In and(he Presents Outstanding Citizen Award Annual Banquet was In May held 1941 and the the a first Silver meeting Spun

stated that they
tax aiieisor
cam Into being.
had complied with the law and the year In municipal and "I wish to upreii my grass.tude Abe this week official of
Th future call for greater According to the ehl'Cnolol1of
the writ ordering the ,.
that rehearing ha
civic affair H* had served In and appreciation In the Klaslmmeo and St. Cloud
responsibility, Dr. Charles E. history 200 has beet
and reappraisal of years many capacities for the ch.m. Ing been allowed to serve a* Chamber of Commerce are
Chuck) Irvin told Osceolacountlana the length of every great Girl
would be
duplicative .
property her of commerce and was pros.Went your president for 1118. AU to meet with Chairman Barber
Thursday night at lltation. America ha. only H+
and work a hardship on the though have not .
In 1650-17 Alt he ierv.ed w accomplished and consider entering an 0...
the annual Klaslmmoo Chamber more year until It has corn '
county. and .ommliluner all that w* desired, I
I-1I a. mayor city ola County float In the parade
of Commerce Its
banquetW pleted span
Tax Collector Ed Pound said year ( of Klulmmee and a* believe that w* have mad progreat The meeting I.I tentatively %
yesterday that mailing of all\ must learn there art "We have had a great pad r'a official county health officer that deserve recognition scheduled for tonightAuthorize'
ad valorem tax bills In Osceota two words In our 'otabul.r"h. and w* owe It to the future" and I would like to point
County art being delayed aid, not Ju.t accessibility Irvin said, "to show our willingness A out just a few of these ae Funds
pending outcome of the land. but accessibility and responsibility to give a little bll New Director tompllihmenta,

more and shoulder the responsibility i'raf 1 "Our chamber has pent County C o m 11I1 l 11 e I loners
Five keys to .lI< Gazette Bargains world given by the speaker lies all human endeavor Men 1 ceremonies, Introduced the new advertising more money our fair year city than Monda,'. session authorising
from Ormond Beach Include: accessibility can make o* low officer a* follow) Mr. Vlda state eipendlture of I9M-M
hat been pent for many yean
The local merchants are notfoolin' .WUIingneaa to gin a little everything that w* hold dear B Could, preildent) Dick Lov past An expenditure of $.000 secondary road fund on ..,.
around with the bargain bit more..Show Irvin 'intro.due.d ell, vice preildenti Earl Hif.
wa for VO.OOO color, and black and Project (30. Tho tontract for
being offered each week, deeper respect In by J. D. Benton, a pail r rI., treasurer, and Bob Berlin white brochure asinrt us of tho road II scheduled fir lot
and euitomer ar* realising spiritual life.Become president and chair sky, secretary-manager. .
till Nor
program a five year supply *f real good ting at IT auto seeIon.
the benefit much more reiponibU. man. Plan are being mad New director Include HOT. advertising/ Antkr $11000 ( However the bid are
Autrey Motor ha a real ( for a return spooking engagement ace Phlpps, past president) was spent II two large bill eipected to bo higher than
clean IMS Falcon Rancher at .Set better example of Dr. Irwin because oi Bill Frekoa, Paul D. Oujrnn, board and the materialto the amount of ....., availablefor
IMS.00. Now that' almost .Engender spirit and en his splendid reception. Pete Hunt Jerry Ivey, Art Cover (am. poster R klck will assure the project onion tk* county
cheaper than walking Badcock thusiasm. Logidon, Dr, James Mongoven, of firs of mad tho future money atceiilble. -
Furniture newcomer to town, There ar* only three classe. Citizen of YearDr. Well Moon, K. C Moore Jr, u* year A three .
are featuring a table and lamp of citltens, he said. There are CAMPBELL DR. CHARLES B. IRViN Ilirrte Daniel, Kent Power advertising
group at $3000. They arc located those who llv* off, live la and Charles C Tlndall was master ., e+reoMnU. w.akN and Charlie' Tyeon. A month Stream advertisement Msgailn produced I la Group Praised
next to the fire station live for the American Ideal posthumously named recipientof The new president, Vld .
Carl Schmidt Rambler, up on The future I I. In your the "Cltiten of the tear" hla death he wa Mtrvlng a* H* was on. of tO candidate Could. railed for unity and over- 1000 InquiriesMembership A Utter from Chairman Raiel -
North Orange Bloaaom Trail hands, ," the speaker empha award of the Chamber oi chairman of the Industrial di- for the annual award II* wasinstrumental lodged to try to be one of the I hr the U. ...C.. ,,N Oreeno of Florida CeantU
U offering used cart at below of C., Florida C of C. 1:1.: of 100 commended
."Sophisticated modern Commerce. Presentation of a vision of tko chamber of com* In getting a mutual best president eve Slogan county
N-A.D.A. book valoe. They art ties of today's living\ will leadus plaque and testimonial war mere understanding between for the BOW year, she an live Association! Southeaster flelel who recently attended
reducing used car Inventory In only to ruin as it has to made to his widow by the Rev Dr. Tlodatl was honored fer the different parties connectedwith flounced, I I. "tea..worla"r. C ef C EsecoUv Association' a group mooting toncernlng
a big way North Side Super every other civilisation he Jimmy Cox. Dr Tlndall diedin Ms effort In behalf of Xlallmmeo the county Ui Depute. President Phlpps remark > National Better Business BuCenttoeed tho local tax dispute Geno
Service on Main St. I* giving aaI4. March 19 4.<< At the Urn of and Osceola County Ala he was very active over Included) ( M page I) told tho eommUiioa that ho
20a off on all Ignition parts. enjoyed the meeting and felt

Panning Lumber Company, r that It wa fruitful. "It giv
on North Osage Bloaaom U aU of .* a boat for friendly
putting out finished plywood relations to tke lilt.,.," ho
paneling from $leiup per I write Th Utter was read by
sheet That's a rood deal for tilt eoonty attorM,.

you do-lt-yoarself carpenter
and finger masher *. Now, if Record Vote

you get thirsty, and who doeeBtt .
County Clerk Glens Ray reported -
get up to Ready Market.
Main Street and pick upsomething toMb that the vote had
Uojild. Richard I been e.rtifl.fee tale general
featuring a six-pack of It ..* election i to Oseoola County Ho
Cola reported. that the ,..... veto
also RC at It cent plusdeposit.
/ klA amounted to 71 percent of ttt
Ed Phay at Ito .r.
,1 total roglatratlo of 15./12.
... s luaU Drug oa Broadway
Tho official Bomber. toting wa
has a real value 01
1171 per.....
Youth Vitamins. <

If year car is acting like a \ Countllliurt
bucking bronco get e* up to ,
Jim Roooey'. new Poatioe. 'Ii!:!,:!: OocooU Ceoaty .has been

Buick osUbUahatoat em Mat hurt by tile vote to tale oooatjrContinued
Street lAd drive arena* to hi* 4 t ( e. page 4)Cf4Gf9Sr'1i0f411'
sentry eVpartojent for o *porial -
!J J9J G:1mN
deal at SILLS plot porte.Jo .
MiU. Ito Boroonaklo (.,.. Weather
ico manager, ready baa tto
PCTVOOJM sad oquipoaMt U dotbo L .

job. Now wfte* yo. getbeck TRtiwe, ,Mt
down amused tko FootOffico
oeo Carroll SUrtag iIr1.-111

skeet. a sew Oerrolot. U

seas ko look tile '. floo4te CHAMBER Or COMMERCE BAXQCtT BKBUCHTI-Tk lev. Jtawy CM pro- tI,.... ett. of the *....,....... of tk* erfoateatU to Dirk LoreB, If,*. LovoO. UL ..
*. air k* really ... Tko strike seats Mr. Ckorfo Ttaoafl a ylaqoo koworia bet late kosaojO. Dr. Ttadol warn selected Ms.. shades Tyao a4 Oty Mar.Y.v Tyoea. Tko ...... aU oreeeetatioa of C of CetrrHlo .... ll14 $4Men.

at GM ko*beau ettU4 sad k* CMMO of Uo Tear fey Jototaadhtg acktovoaaent to kokatf of Khotanaso and OotoekCoowty. .M awed (or tk* }Ire? Use title year. ..ll/. ft HSEASON

bar oar ..... Ie.a Tkore wwi woe M aimlsn* for tko award KS BaoMon4. ykoto sight .WJ :t .I!f

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Harlequinaders 'Creative Capers' To Be Shown Saturday at Art CenterJL

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Daylily Sale to beHeld
To YouthOf

CommunityFairly Berlin Library Event SaturdayA

Well Attended SundayBy daylily sale, sponsored by
new to oar community the Weafoyan Service Guild of
but growing rapidly In Interest the First Methodist Church,
and enthusiasm U a Van HeW standing contributions li a will be held Saturday at the

group of youngster, age sis Open house of the expanded panoramic world tour, eon- Winn-Dixie alte.
Florida NOT through 17, known as Hsrlequlnaders. Frank Berlin Memorial Library slides o.Mo. Bulb from the garden of
Two- The Caiette, Kisslmme, 12,1964 These young peopleare In the Orange Garden slides, projector and narrative Miss Sarah Clark will be offered .

apprentice members of Community House was well In red, yellow and h.

the FooUlght Theatre Guild attended on Sunday afternoon. color.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, ltd and produce children' theatre. Dr George E. Beauchamp,

Children's theatre I I. considered speaker of the afternoon, give r. Rummage Sale to
O Hiblicui Circle, Klulmme Garden Club the greatest movement lath a tribute to Frank Berlin. He
n -Area Planner to epoch on Downtown Kliitmm Planning, American theatre today .1 -I called to mlpd! the many way Be Held SaturdayA
Civic Center, 1:10: p.m. Fifteen youngster on stag In which Mr. Berlin was help-
H _American Legion Poet No. 10, 8 p.m.UOpen can provide child-audiences of F ful to many people; the whole rummage and food sale
House, Kisslmme Elementary School, TiSO: to 9, hundred with concrete situstlon hearted Interest he had, not will be held Saturday, Novem.
Q Woman's. Club Card Party, fl:30 a.m. of the clashes of good only In Grange Gardens but ber 14, on Main Street across
Q 'Night of the Iguana,' 'Fleih and the Spur' at South Trail and evil; characterizations civic activities and community from the bus station.
The sale will be
which subtlely establish qualities projects. sponsoredby
Drive-In through Saturday.
Q -Row Garden Circle, liSO p.m. Mr. Raleigh Rolls of honesty, kindness, loyalty Recognition wa given to the Woman' Society of
Christian Service of the .
li the Bible" studies Gardens fair play. This Is chiledin's Shingle
0"This Orange Community theatre-theatre for chil the Library Committee, Min Creek Methodist Church
building. 10-11:30: am. Elsie McPherson, chairman;
dren produced by children.
Mrs. Gertrude Woods, cochairman -
Woven Into the production AREA ARTISTS TO
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER U, 181&Homeeomlnr ; Miss Janet Eas-
the and aI
process are goals CREATIONS
dale, secretary) and Mis Katherin
standards of good speech and
Q Parade, 7 p.m. Downtown Kisslmme diction, the opportunity for I I Allen library, scheduling worker Seventeen Chujiro Iwata and Dot Bouv.
[] Homecoming Game, 8 p.m. Athletic field. self-discipllne, development of recognition ribbons. ler of St. Cloud, who are active .
Q -"Your Cheating Heart" playing at Arcade Theatre through Interest in high standards of James MacGowan told of the teaching member of the
Saturday entertainment, a blending of V Vt first meeting at the home of Osceola Art Association, will\
-Veterans WWI and 7:80 ill the for t exhibit their work Sunday afternoon
Q auxiliary, : p.m. Orange Gardens arts the child' appreciation 'he! late Dr. Curtis W. Reese,
Community building a stimulation of where It was decided to work Dr. George E. :eanchamp and Tuesday night it
Q -"The Thin !\Red Lin*" playing at Cloud Theatre through creative Imagination, and certainly toward the library a* a memorial. the Four Arts Gallery In Winter
"' '
Satdrdey? a development of creative Mill Janet Easdale wa records. This was given as a Park.
ability for the community.Any made chairman of the com memorial to William P. Lake. '
'SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1114Q children's theatre group mittee. It wa called to mind The building materials were Christian Science
and the young audiences they the wonderful contribution of purchased by donation and SocietyEach

Thanksgiving Card Party, Orange Gardens Civic Ann morrow-the play to are the business adult and of to. the late Mill Ethel Gleason, monies raised by card party Wednesday, 8 p.m.

Q Harlequlnader present 'Creative Caper,' p.m., Osceol fesslonal people, homemakers pro., who served a* the first adviser projects. Th actual construe 809 N. Randolph
Art and Culture Center. and gave the use of her tlon labor was donated by K. '
the P-TA chairmen, the men Sunday Services 11 ..m.
Q -central Florida Astronomy Club, Central Iorldl."u.e. of government, parent, headsof HARLEQUINADERS are retting ready for their Creative Caper home as a temporary room. C. Moore, Jr. Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Now, only five later and the
um, 7.80.: civic organizations. If ehll.dren' to be presented Saturday at 2 p.m. They are, left to right, years The library room
DOsceola Art and Culture Center Benefit Performance, Tupperware theatres throughout Jeannie Cuter, a* the bathing beauty, Gary Croft, "Bythe.Sea" the library has been able to auditorium were made especially
Auditorium. Guest pianist, "Knocky" Parker to and Eileen Dimitrl the pled Photo expand Its room, Its shelve attractive on Sunday by
America can Instill portions of Piper ( by Eby)
and rte material. It ha been .
floral arrangements.Mrs.
illustrate the development of Jams many
every standard within every brought about by the Interest William G. Tangerman South Trail
child It has touched, It has
of many persons, making con.tributlon. was In charge. A lavish refreshment -
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, It64 mad contribution unending Art Culture BenefitOf of book and memorial table war set by
Is It worth ; for? Is It DRIVEINTHEATRE
for the pur. Mr. C. G. Beckwith and her
0"Mellale's Navy" playing at Arcade Theatre Mon.
through worth support? Jazz is chase of book.'On. of the out. committee.
day. On the afternoon of Saturday Saturday
C -SABIN ORAL SUNDAY second polio vaccine feeding noon November 14, at 2 p.m. at I. .
till II p.m. Winn-Dixie parking lot. Osceola County Art and Cul I
Q -ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE ture Building, the Harlequin The Knocky Parker programIn sical pageant Yesterday and
den present "l r"tlv. Ca Tupperware Auditorium at Today consisting of a Fantasyon Thank You! ORLANDO FLORIDA
MONDAY, NOVEMBER IB, 1964 per*". Part one I I. an enter 8 p.m Saturday for the benefit Frankl and Johnny by Er THURS. FRI, SAT.
talnment of their own creative of the Art and Culture rol Garner, humoresque by 'Rhino'
-Bethany Circle 8 p.m. Presbyterian educational building talent woven Into the delight Center nil) be divided into six Art Tatum and the flunky Harry Guardino Color:
D Rebekah Lodge district meeting, 8 p.m Woman' Club. ful era of the roaring '20', major parts, each Illustrativeof Tonk Train Blue by Meade 7:00
Q Orange Blossom Lodge, F A AM. 8 p.m. several hilarious sklU, and one phase In the long evolution Lux Lewis The program la your confidence 1.alneerelyappree1ated. 'Night of the
D -Social Security Representative at Community House, 9.80: the Harlles famous Bull .Act of jau. not a concert In the conventional Richard Iguana'J J,
..m. to 12::80 p.m. Part two features "Th Pled The first and oldest phase sense. It Is more than a 8:45
D -Jan Peerce, tenor, Civic Muilc Association, Orlando Piper qf Hamlln" with a com consists of these selections piano recital. It I I. a rare com 'Flesh and the Spur'
0 Rotary Club, 12.18. Paul Rlggs In charge of program pletely exciting and unusual from Riverboat and Souse blnatlon of the knowledge of JOHN AGAR Color
D Woman's Society of Christian Service, a p.m First Methodist ending which should leave the Cakewalk t Creole Belles, the performer of the historical -
Church young audience starry-eyed Whlstlln' Rufus and At a background of his subject and SUN MON, TIES.'California': .
because they will be participating Georgia Camp Meeting Then his fantastic technique, all
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17 1964Xisaimmee
with Piper and Harlequin. follow Ma pi l I. Leaf Rag, supplemented by Knock,'. Jock Mahoney

0 Elk Lodge regular meeting, 8 p.m. Pleasant Moments, a Mexican outgoing personality .:30 Sun.-7:00 M on. Ii Tse'
Q -General Meeting,Klulmmee Garden Club Serenade and Fig Leaf Rag, George Beauchamp, president 'Bridge on
Fall Camporee all good ample of the Seda of the Art and Culture
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1>64 ,, lla-St! ,Louis Ragtlrne.Th { Center advises those who hare The River Ke'el' ,
-* : **'i iD 1 The Boy Scout Troop 29S| scene moves to JUi* not yet"'obtained ticket to get Wllliaia.Holden-Color,
-Dayllly CJrele, Kiaslmmee Garden Club _*.;4e..= 'sponsored by the Klssimmee Kapsas Cty-NeOTrfV| Ett, ell' them 4| once'; .t 8:15 Slln,-*:45 blue JkTiie*.

THURSDAY NOVEMBER II, 1884 V ;Elks Ledg; .Uended; he fait lion featured by Grace and Kwal(See Bridge late On:30-111 The Rivet re'peat
'camporee last weekend, which Beauty Rag, Ragtime Oriole as aa
-Friendship Club meeting Thanksgiving 12.80 ST. (LOUD HOTEL first hour and 15 ml"
program wi held at Camp La-No-Che* and Ragtime Nightingale. The
Episcopal Parish House In the Ocala National Fore.t.Tw.nt.lrht next phase Illustrating the ate of show)
-Thanksgiving Party OGCA, 7:80.00: Community Bldg. bry from the New Orleans jail piano con St. Cloud, Florida WEDNESDAY
Q -"This I I. the Bible" studies Orange Garden Community local troop attended slits of Jelly Roll Morton's SUNDAY DINNER Alias Jessie James'
building 10-11:80 am. Bobby Johnun, Bobby John. The Grave, The Pearl and
0 American Legion Post No 10. 8 p.m. ton and Bobby Early were Grandpa's Spell (a stomp). Servhtf Inn 11 am 'HI I pm 7:0011:15'Friendly
Q -Churchwlde Fellowship Dinner, First Baptist Church, 1 p.m chosen for tin Order of the" The Chicago Influence I I. Persuasion'
Arrow for the troop shown by theme typical (election $| 50 I 00 only NIGHT
Osceola Junior High School News Plan are now being made from the Chicago bar FAMILY COUPON
for the monthly camp-out and and alehouse era) Suitcase J. J. Griffin Jr.
also a 60 mile historical trail Blues, Original Boogie Woog- A large MM N Select ham RepresentativeOsceola EVERY WEDNESDAY IS
Rebels Defeat Packers hike In the near future. le, Gin Mill Blue and Complalnln' Iliac. and alev| a well meted. COUPON NIGHT
meet!I. sleety, served I* ted endeemlertoM County
Adml-aton 50c car
I* swrea'l |.. per
Band Gets New UniformsBy TO'YOUR PLAY CHEATING AT ARCADEThe HEART The show close with a mu. I Plus On Coupon

lift story' of the Im
Debby Cody ben to go to the Future Teach mortal Hank William of the
Last Friday the Rebels won er* of America convention on Grand Ole Opera fame, "Your 3 3rwn.
the last Intramural football November 20 and 21 In Clear.water Cheating Heart," will be
game over the Packers Mr. i Mr*. Hansen, Mr, shown at the Arcade Friday
Fletcher, coach of the Rebels, Charlton, Pat Parker, Lynn and Saturday. It Include such
and Mr. Null, coach of the Jewell, Nettle Simpson, and songs aa "Long Con Lone.
Packers, hat both don an Gary Croft some Blues," "Your Cheating
excellent job of coaching en All students (who had them Heart" and "Hey, Good Look .
both their teams. taken) received their school In.' :.
The O. J. II. 8. Band Is get. picture. It Included one I" by McIIale's Navy of TV ... .;.<
ting new uniforms to go along 10", one enlargement and 12 fame will be shown Sunday
with their title, "The War. wallet sited photo. If some and Monday. Starring In Itare .+. w rrar, .,.prr 1 4 .
rior*". thing was terribly wrong with the TV regular, Ernest
The following students have the picture the student may Borgnln, Jot Flynn, Tim Con.
been elected by F. T A. mem have It retaken this Thursday way and :Jean Will le*.
The Thin Red Lino" will
be shown Friday and Saturdayat
St. Cloud ItemsSecond the Cloud Theatre.


Dance Draws Big CrowdKay

Ball Mrs Laura Taylor and Mr*. KISS1MMEE
More than 100 person join. Kitty Wldeman. MrL W.ltere'
Weekend November II
eel in tbs fun for the second won the door prise.W Beg.
dance of the Union Tourist want to thank Mr. Matinee l.SO
Club Monday night November Ethel Weston, Mr. Susan Saturday and Sunday LjIg
Schofleld, and Mrs Martha Evening Perform.nce.T *
9th.During Intermission we were League for coming to the p.m.
entertained by two women dance from Lakeland FRIDAYSATURDAY'Your r ?v

with a duet from Brown Our next dance will be dedU .
Trailer Park. Mrs Mary Wells fated to the people of Klsslm. Cheating r
and Mrs. Ann Walters wen moo So come all you good Heart'
accompanied on the piano by people and join In the fun 9Les
Th. Life Story of
Haak Wllllaiaa T

Parents of 4-II, Six DelegatesTo

Leaders ConveneParents State Meet\ McHale'SUNDAY-MONDAY Navy'Eret

of 4-H Club memo Six member of the Osceola
ben and 4-H Club>> leader are County Farm Bureau will at. BorgsildoJo S --
twine Invited to a meeting to. tend the three day ate con. FlysaCLOUD5T5 iti: -
night at 7:30 o'clock In the ventlon Nov 15-1111' Orl.ndo.Dele.te. .= -

County Agricultural Coder to the convention CLOUD

Friday dub meeting leader, at will'..SO bo held a.m. for another 4-H Include, Rosa II. P.Lanier Bauknlght, Maynard, president FRIDAY-SATURDAY Here are three kinds of tigers. We sell two.

Sullivan, Phil DiVlrgUto, Torn
conducted Thoao mooting by the County are being Ex. Hnghey, John Job.ton.Prt.lden' 'The Thin Red Line'KlrDno (Have you priced a tiger lately?)

tension Agents with the aid Bauknlght wit I t I Jack Wardesi Th quick ones arj rs. The agile ones. That's a Pontiac La Mans, top left. Fierce. You can got It with 250 hp like most people. Or 285 hp Ilko '

of personnel from the State la represent 0coU County Friday I Pontiac GTO. atwvtiFaroclous. Coma complete with 335-Plp Trophy Val Bucket soata. Hurst floor shifter Dual exhausts Heavy-duty springs. RoOtino Hr.rEJ.rt
4-H dab Department and Saturday at a policy a real walnut dash whale package Una loan Nimble. That A
GalnaavUU.Tb TN tiger puulodf cat Ha checked out a "sporty kind of ear loamoO it doMnt
pub of these meetings committee meeting Formula COMING ATTRACTIONS fangs at that strippad.down price You look around. You'll... com with

I* to familiarize! parent tlon of state FB policy I* Mt ARCADE'Island QeIek WIde-TrHk Tiers
and leaden with change lathe following final action on a ) \'' :'
of BlueDolphins' :
4-H Club program and boat of proposed resolutions Party L1Maas d GTO
oxplaln bow club will bo or. from each of the county units ,, '" au 1tC sew ea"awi,sua oat.ewo ems,amw.w u""'I'O"' near At vas rnamao"OtI1YC mws

pal All iced.parent of 4-H club Headquarter for the con. 'I'd Rather Be Rich' ROONEY PONTIAC IUICK, INC.
vontion will be In Cherry
member and other Interested
J40t No MAIN IftI ET
persons are urged to attend. Plan hoteL .

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Ideas forHolidays SAVE 4 Illi a, urta

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Al the holiday approach, r
pumpkin p1. ii again on the
menu. If the net of yourmenu I Pears 3-'t
requires oven Unit you'll
lore this no-bake filling In a
baked (
pit thell. Juat. few
minute for the pit crust 1 d Beans 6 JOl '1
made from the mix and you /1
can leave the oven to the tur- REGULAR

key.A pumpkin chiffon pit It .. fOQp OaES III1'' I Juice 4 $1
such a pleasant chant Cons
II It'* M light and delicious that iIlIIll .. ..:...... :ai! {I RLu i If i VAN CAMP PORK AND
your guest will surely find
room for it after the big meal. Beans 8-1
The fluffy filling nestled in CRACKIN' GOOD WHOLE WHEAt
tender and flaky pit crust t !* REG 3/45/ CARNATION EVAPORATED
will bring round of applause Biscuits 6c..39
for the hostess )'oul I ? i 81REGULAR
Pumpkin Chiffon Pit .
One-half 10 ot. pkg. (1 cup) REG. 49 1 TARNOW SLICEDBologna 39, LIBBY CORNED BEE

Fltko Pit Crust Mix. 1' "r' 39 GOVERNMENT INSPECTED TENDER '16-0..
2 Tablespoon cold water 12 T014-LB t Hash 3' $1
1 envelope ((1 Tbsp) <

1U 1 cup sugar cup firmly-packed milk brown Cheese 1."Pkg. 29? Towels 31

IH tap pumpkin pit spice
1U" cup cooked pumpkin What t easier than a beautifully
1 egg yolk Lb 39" baked ham? Wonderful hot, superb
2 egg whitesFor cold Every mouthful It rich In the
crust,follow package direction
for making a tingle fREE: I Cm CRACKIN' GOOD Biscuits' with SURER hlghesh-quality protein Sunnylond ,/.
cruet 9-inch pit. Bake in prt- u. Hams are the finest quality tender, 4 5 ,
heated hot oven (425( degree) Sausage 3 lAG 51 juicy and delicious OUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
10 to 12 minute Cool. LB Price Good November 13th thru 1 Se).
For filling soften gelatin CHEF'S DELIGHT CHEESE'.P'.'.'"-t.N
In milk In saucepan Stir in % Whole or Half
cup of the sugar, pumpkin pie Food 2 Lb. lox 491
spice and pumpkin. Cook over
medium heat until mixture ARCH PINEAPPLI
bolls, about 5 minutes. Add PILLSBURY OR BALLARD W-D BRAND CHUCK '
small amount of hot mixtureto 4.39 Juice. 3 1
lightly beaten egg yolks; Biscuits ? .
add to pumpkin. Cook an additional Roast 48 ;
3 minutes, stirring free Lb. REGULAR 29< THRIFTYCatsup MAID '
quently. Cool. Beat egg white .

and Add salt remaining together U" until cup foamy brown /IINBREEZE W.D BRAND ROUND BONE SHOULDER 20.0=, lot 19?

sugar a tablespoon at a time,
beating until meringue I II stiff Grade "A" Medium RIG, 4sr DIXIE DARLING EXTRA FANCY LONG SRAIN
I \
and glossy. Fold pumpkin mix. Roast 58
tore Into baked shell. Refrigerate Lb. Rice 3i39
until set Garnish with / \ .
sliced toasted almond

Hospital Notes EGGSRibs) Lb. 38 ; Dixie Pies 31REG


George November Pyle, S,Mr 1964*. Eula DOI l 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON e85 GROUND Rolls Pkps 49/

Wheeler Mr. Helen Cheno-
weth, John Ilardin, James FRESH FLORIDA $195 REGULAR 191 CHOCOLATE SWISS
Ashburn.November ALL WHITE B eel 5,
I 1964
Cake Roll 39x
Mr. Carrie Berry. Mr*. Patricia Pkg.
Beailey, Alfred Fort
Mr*. Daisy Clark, Mrs Johan.
na Beck. I -'-J- ----- 'u
November I, 1S84Mr
*. Lulu Blistard. Arthpr, I ,, 1 PANRCDI FROZEN BREADED 9"
Blair Mr: Martfia'Va'nAke.iU
Baker.Mr.. Vetrna James, Ralphe I ; r tt_ Shrimp 2B.T 9"I I ; ,

November 6, 1964 I ASTOR or LIBBY FROZEN G* 1s'
Mrs. Georgia Forehand, Mrs y C 10.01.54
Garnet Zornes, Miss Naomi s' P eas o Pkgs. f I I.
Dolphui, Mrs. Edith Leighton rle = e / ASTOR CHOPPED OR LEAF
Mrs Bessie Slgler Miss Teresa ( ,
I ,
Brown.DISCHARGES S y Spinach 5 IS1. II
DIXIANA, Fraien Whole Baby MAIONNAISa .
3 1964
Mine Margaret Henry, Mr. Okra 510-0.- *1
Emma Jackson. as .
V2J = ..
/ s ASTOR FROZENBroccoliSp0
November 4 1964 i re

Sandy Shrelner Adkln Clarence. Mr Tyus.Notember .Annie COFFEE ; INST. COFFEE ; IN ST. COFFEE DIXIANA FROZEN : IKEYI' MAYONNAISE

Mr. Lllli Bell 5, 1964 Athmore Reg 771 1-Lb. Can Reg $1.29.10-ox. Jar Rep $1.75 10-oz. Jar Peas. 510.1.: S1. Reg 59 Giant Box Reg Sat Ouort Jar Reg 67 Quart ,lor

Helen Ramon*.November Blalock Browne.Annie) Hickey Mr(, 1964Mr Lucille Mr. 49' 1 $119 $ | 39 Fries VAHLSING FROZEN. 5 .99'FRENCH 39 39', 49'

Broyle, Mr*. Mary Porter PAN-RED! FROZEN SHKIM

James November Ashburn. 7. 1964 Compare Quality and Price { Compare Quality and Price Famou Quality W-D Price : Cocktail 3 t,;. .19'.C0m90 re the woih end ih*,Hce Compare Quality end Price Cameos QualHy Lew W-0 Prte '

John Hardin Mr. Annie

Rolland McDufflt McKinney Mr. Alma, James Parsons Mi-, .. .. ''"'1J''_ .....u.- -, ...B .:::.:. .l_. .L'r.'DII f.NU.: .j.,

lam Miss Oreano Shelton
Mr. Maym Cunningham I IOw. PURPOSE

.AlMrye.MMYYrr rr .r..r
November Ie 1964 I ..
Marlene Haiti, Pamela 1 sill rnoiiN PltklO Y.e' On.. OIVIINIO 1.e FRESH JUICY FLORIDA
Tucker, hazel Stutter. Deviled Crab
November 4. 1964 .. ORANGES LJ 49J
sane TWMI Novtii' 14m --TNHW Ne KM 14mftt iAc P h.eoow
Marion Tindall J. A. May, 'II
Kenneth W. Clark George L -ooN I- re.rYrw a
FRESH FLORIDAG'fruit5.c49i
--- -- JUICY
Smith Jennie Bair Arthur G.
Cooper Emma Chltwood Leslie EXTRATOPVALUE
Gift Warren Sullivan.
November I. 1964 STAMPS.
Mrs. Pearl Sullivan, Lois ----- MAINE RUSSET BAKING POTATOES cease.r.e WI'
I N.n.ber" 1944 Fruit PlTMU .. Bakers79<
William TerrellNevember r..w.e. 1'" .q
av w..ue
W. C. Rubbles Jr.
November S, 1964 -- EXTRA.Apples2u ..391
Walter 8eaw.ll EXTR I
November f. 1964 I
ry G. Bara. L M.e ;P M*m LM Y -:'::;,:- On..ons5 39tJ Fresh Tender Young
November 3. 1X4 Dinner "Fr 3 FIB Bars
Virginia York Robert Eby sane TMHI-.- ...TNY -..../a/e

II Mr,*Judy, keith Cornn Partin,Barry Ethel Gear Am- ___'" ____.. I4ntM;_ '" ____ 'II Pole I BEANS

old, Anne Hankln
November '. 1N4 EXT EXTRA. Thrifty Mold
Arthur Austin, Barbara Wi\ TOP VALUE STAMPS I
ley, Marlene Haul. Percy Sul- e.. Mrrw.e N..rr
line Janke Nimke, Richard = OM an. IJUM
COM ewlp1M Ice Milk
jE 29
Marktrdt. Pepper steaks Tooth ate POUNDS J
November S. 1964 .... .4n> 1'.
George Smith Joannie TlnU11 Sees Tree sans
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November 6, 1M4 -
Arthur Cooper I r AJTOR HQllH ORANGE
November' 7. 1944 lyitfEXTRAL1111 EXTRATOP ttGel.CHI. I.3 9
Pamela Tucker Maria Ti*- TOP VALUf STAMPS I VALUf STAMPS I l4 01..Me. '
dan. Loi Mjrer Ma He Bra* ....N..r.r. e..r r..were,. Juice 2 cans 991
w4 ssai.e new
Poe Rennet: Clark. 0 s se. ...: f- =
November .. IM4 _. LJquld Margarine' AU. FLAVORS
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William Terrell. Leah Gift e T ";; Meat Pies 5. 1.
November 9. 1H4 ___ 'II ___
Walter ...wen. ADO Clo-

see Pit, Fred.M! WORE.Browm pWt4 Kieba-: eight The mm ft L rime louo..Joi' mod Things B at I

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'Creative Capers' To Be Shown Saturday at Art: Center I

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Group Vital

To YouthOf Daylily Sale to beHeld

CommunityFairly Berlin Library Event SaturdayA

Well Attended SundayBy daylily sale, sponsored by
new to our community the Wesleyan Service Guild Of
but growing rapidly In Interest the First Methodist Church,
and enthusiasm Is a VII Held standing contribution ii a will be held Saturday at the

group of youngsters, ages sis Open house of the expanded panoramic world tour, con Winn-Dixie sit*.
through 17 known ai Harle ataUngof.MtofWbooki.slides Bulbs frem the gardens of
Page TwoThe CatetU, Kliilmmee, Florida, Nov 12,1664 Frank Berlin Memorial Library Clark
Bsrrativ Sarah will
and be
quinaders. These young peopleare in the Orange Gardens projector of.
apprentice member of well fered in red, yellow and b
Community House war
the Footlight Theatre Guild color.
Attended on Sunday afternoon.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 164 and produce children's theatr Dr. George E. Beauchamp, ..ys
Children's theatre Ii considered : speaker of the afternoon, gave Rummage Sale to
Q -Hibiscus Circle, Kliilmmee Carden Club the greatest movement In a tribute to Frank Berlin. He
fj Area Planner to speak on Downtown Klsilmmee Planning, the American theatre today called to mind the many waysin Be Held SaturdayA
Civic Center, 7:30: p.m. Fifteen youngsters on stage which Mt. Berlin war help.
H American Legion Post No. 10, 6 p.m can provide child-audiences of ful to many people; the wholehearted rummage and food salt
0-Open House, Kliilmmee Elementary School, 7:80: to 9, hundreds with concrete situation .. Interest he had, not will be held Saturday, Novem.
Q Woman'i Club Card Party, 9:80: .m.Q of the clashes of good + only in Orange Garden but ber 14 on Main Street across
'Night of the Iguana,' 'Flesh and the Spur' at South Trail and evil; characterizations ,. civic activities and community from the bus elation
which lubtlely establish quail. w8 The sale will be sponsoredby
Drive-in through Saturdiy.O projectt.
O Garden Circle, 1:30: p.m. Mn. Raleigh Rolli.n ties of honesty, kindness, lor- Recognition wai given to the Woman's Society of
"This U the Bible" itudlei. Orange Gardens Community ally, fair play. This I I. chil.dren'l .- the Library Committee, Miss F' I Christian Service of the Shin.
theatre-theatre for children gle Creek Methodist Church
building. : a.m.FRIDAY Elite McPherson, chairman;
produced by
Mr Gertrude Woods
cochairman -
Woven Into the production AREA ARTISTS TO
Mill Janet Eas-
the goals and
dale, secretary; and Mill Katherlne -
standards and
of good speech
(J .Homecoming Parade, 7 p.m. Downtown Klsslmme diction, the opportunity for Allen, scheduling.workers Seventeen Chujlro Iwata and Dot Boo,.

fj Homecoming Game, 8 p.m. Athletic field. self-discipline: development of recognition library ribbon. wore ler of St. Cloud, who are sc-
rj -' Your Cheating Heart" playing at Arcade Theatre through Interest In high standards of James MacGowan told of the tine teaching memben of the

Saturday. entertainment, a blending! of first meeting at the home of Osceola Art Association, will
Q -Vetersns WWI and auxiliary, 7:80: p.m. Orange Garden all the art for the child's appreciation s '!I. Ute Dr. Curtis W. Reese, exhibit their work Sunday af.
Community building a stimulation of where It wai decided to work Dr. George E. .....chlll' ternoon and Tuesday night at
n The thined Lln playing at Cloud Theatre through creative Imagination, and certainly toward the the Four Arts Gallery in Winter .
JSATURDAY library ai a memorial
Saturday a development of creative Park.
Mill Janet Eaidale wu recordi. This war given ai a
ability for the community made chairman of the com memorial to William P. Lake.
NOVEMBER U, 1164Q Any children's theatre group mittee. It was called to mind The building materials were Christian Science
and the young audience they. the wonderful contribution of purchased by donations and Society
the adults of
play to tomorrow
I Thankiglvlng Card Party, Orange Gardens Civic Alln.Harlequinaderl -are the business and pro. the late Mill Ethel Gleaaon, monies raised by card party Each Wednesday, ( p.m
Q present Creative Capers,' 2 p.m., Osceola fesslonal people, home-makere, who served ai the first ad. projecti. The actual construe- 809 N. Randolph
Art and Culture Center. visor and gave the use of her tlon labor was donated by K.
the P-TA chairmen, the m.nof Sunday Service Ham,
-Central Florida Astronomy Club, Central Florida Mu... home ai a temporary room. C. Moore, Jr.
government, parents, heads HARLEQUINADERS are getting ready for their Creative Ca. Sunday School 9:30: am.
Now five later
only and the
um, 7:80.: of civic organisation If children'a pen to be presented Saturday at Z p.m. They are, left to right, years The library room
Art and Culture Center Benefit Performance the library hal been able to auditorium were made especially (
DOsceola Tup.
theatre throughout Jeannl Cater, a* the bathing beauty, Gary Croft, "By-the-
perware Auditorium. Guest pianist, "Knocky" Parker to America can Instill portions of Sea", and Eileen Dimltrl, the Pied Piper (Photo by Eby) expand its room, IU shelves attractive on Sunday by
and IU material. It has been
illustrate the development of Jan. many floral arrangement
standard within
every every brought about by the interest Mrs. William G. Tangerman South Trail
child It hai touched, It has
of many persons, making contribution war In charge A lavish refreshment
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER IS, ItU"McHal"1 mad contribution unending. Art, Culture BenefitOf of books and memorial table war set by
lilt worth fort lilt
donations for the Mn. C. G. Beckwith and her
[] Navy" playing at Arcade Theatre through Mon
worth support Jazz is of books:One of the out- committee.Thank .
day. On the afternoon of Saturday SaturdayThe
D -SABIN ORAL SUNDAY lecond polio vaccine feeding noon November 14, at 2 p.m. at I.
till II p.m. Wlnn-Dlxle parking lot. Oiceola County Art and Culture
D -ATTEND TilE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE Building, the Harlequin- Knocky Parker program sled pageant Yesterday and
aden present "Crentlve Ca In Tupperware Auditorium at Today consisting of a Fantasyon ORLANDO, FLORIDA
". Ii 8 p.m. Saturday for the benefit Frankl and Johnny by Er. You!
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1164 per. Part one an enter. THURS. FRI. SAT.
talnment of their own creative of the Art and Culture rol Garner, Humoresque by 'Rhino'
O -Bethany Circle 6 p.rn. Presbyterian educational building. talenti woven into the delightful Center will\ be divided Into six Art Tatum and the Honky Harry Gusrdino-Color
D -Rebekah Lodge district meeting, 8 p.m. Woman'i Club. era of the roaring We, major parts, each Illustrativeof Tonk Train Blues by Mead 7:00
Q Orange Blossom Lodge, F ft AM. 8 p.m. several hilarious skits, and one phase In the long era Lux Lewi The program I.I your confidence II.Incerely.ppreclaled 'Night of the Iguana'
Q -Social Security Representative at Community Hoses, 9:80 the Harlies' famous Bull Act lution of jazs. not a concert In the conventional !' Richard Burton
a.m. to 12:80 p.m. Part two features "Th Pled The first and oldest phase sense. It Is more than a 8:45
O Jan Pearce, tenor, Civic Music Association Orlando piano recital. It I I.
Piper Qf Hamlln" with completely consists of these selections a rare com 'Flesh and the
O Rotary Club, 12:15. Paul Rlggi In charge of program. exciting and unusual from Riverboat and Sousa binatlon of the knowledge of Spur'JOHN
Q Woman'i. Society of Christian Service, 8 p.m First Methodist ending which should leave the Cakewalks: Creole Belles, the performer of the historical AGAR-Color

Church young audience starry-eyed Whlitlln' Rufus and At a background of hi* subject and I SUN. MON.. TIES.'California': .
TUESDAY NOVEMBER because they will be participating Georgia Camp Meeting Then his fantastic technique, all
17 1164Klislmmee
with Piper and Harle follow. Map l I. Leaf Rag, supplemented by Knocky's I Jock Mahoney

O Elks Lodge" regular meeting, 8 p.m. quin. Pleasant Moments, a Mexican outgoing personality. 6:30 Sun.-7:00 Mon. A Tuee.
Q -General Meeting,.Kliilmms* Garden Club Serenade and Fig Leaf Rag, George Beauchamp, president vs
Fall Camporee all good samples of the Seds- of the Art and Culture 'Bridge
WEDNESDAY...... NOVEMBER 18, 1>64 Ila.S Louis Rsgtlme Center advises those who have The River K ai'WiHiam.HoldenColor
11 The Boy Scout Troop 293)) Ken moves to .the not yet"obtained ticket to get
Q Daylily Circle) Klaalmmee Garden Club, -Wk*.> ''sponsored by the Klsilmme k Ee. Clt.Neg oft Eaten., them at oac| > .- 8:15 Sun,-8:45 )toe. *T. *.

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 19, 1(64 V I ;Elks Ldg; attended/the fallcamporee lion featured b1' Grade and (See Bridge On The River
last weekend which Beauty Rag, Ragtime( Oriole Kwalai late II (:8o-'IIiII repeat
Friendship Club meeting Thanksgiving program. 12:80: was held at Camp La-No-Che and Ragtime Nightingale. The ST. LOUD HOTEL first hour and Ii minute
Episcopal: Parish House In the Ocala National Forest next phase Illustrating the of show) _
-Thanksgiving Party OGCA, 7:80.: 00 Community Bldg. Twenty-eight bays from the New Orleans jail piano con. St. Cloud, florid. WEDNESDAY
a"THe Is the Bible" studies Orange Gardens Community local troop attended. slits of Jelly Roll Morton's SUNDAY DINNER
building 10-11:80: am.D Bobby Johns, Bobby Johnston The Grave, The Pearls and Aliaa Jessie James'
-American Legion Post No 10. 8 p.m. and Bobby Early were Grandpa's Spells (a stomp), Ser.11I1 free 11 em '... 1 CM 7:0011:15'Friendly
D -Churchwlde Fellowship Dinner, First Baptist Church, 7 p.m. chosen for tin Order of the The Chicago Influence Ii Persuasion'
Arrow for the troop shown by these typical selections 550 9.00 only
Osceola Junior High School News Plan are now being made from the Chicago bar FAMILY COUPON NIGHT
for the monthly camp-out and and alehouse era: Suitcase J. J. Griffin Jr.
also a 60 mil historical trill Blues Original Boogie Woog- A lerfe Menu re select (ram. RepresentativeOtceola EVERY WEDNESDAY IS
Rebels Defeat Packers hike In the near future. le, Gin Mill Blues and Com. IteUi end enfey a veil Mfce1. COUPON NIGHT
meet to aleely served In ee< end County
plalnln eeehMble *.....11.11I... AdmlsikHi hoe per ear

Band Gets New UniformsBy TO'YOUR PLAY CIIEATING AT ARCADE HEART The show closes with a mu. Plus One Coupon

The life story of the Immortal -
Debby Cody ben to go to the Future Teachers Hank Williams of the
Last Friday the Rebels won of America convention on Grand Ole Opera fame, "Your
the last Intramural football November 20 and 21 In Clear Cheating Heart," will\ b*
game over the Packers. Mr. water) Mrs. Hansen, Mr shown at the Arced Friday
Fletcher, coach of the Rebels, Charlton, Pat Parker, Lynn and Saturday. It Include such
and Mr Null, coach of the Jewell, Nettle Simpson, and songs a* "Long Con Lonesome
Packers, have both done an Gary Croft. Blues," "Your Cheating
excellent job of coaching on All itudenti (who had them Heart" and "JI.", Good Look.In. .
both their teams. taken) received their school .' "
The 0. J. H. 8. Band Is get. pictures. It Included one 8" by "Mcllale's Navy" of TV
ting new uniforms to go along 10", one enlargement and 12 fame will be shown Sunday nnwehwi.w"ws.r.w
with their title, "The War. wallet deed photos. If some and Monday. Starring: In it
nor.". thing was terribly wrong with are the TV regulars, Ernest
The following students have the picture the student may Borgnln, Joe Flynn, Tim Conway .
been elected by F. T. A. mem- have it retaken this Thursday, .* and Jean Will 1'*.
rh* Thin Red Lin*" will
be shown Friday and Saturdayat r. v4 s
St. Cloud ItemsSecond the Cloud Theatr


Dance Draws Big CrowdKay ,

Ball Mrs. Laura Taylor and Mrs. KISSIMMEB!:
More than 100 person Joined Kitty Wldeman. Mrs. Walters'husband Weekend November IS I
In the fun for the second won the door prise Beg. I
dance of the Union Tourist W* want to thank Mr. Matinee SSO I
Club Monday night November Ethel Weston, M.... Susan Saturday and Sunday I'
Schofleld, and hire Martha Evening Performance
9th.During Intermission we were League for coming to the 7 p.m. .Tii--1
entertained by two women dance from Lakeland. FRIDAYSATURDAY'Your :
with a duet from Browns Our next dance will be dedl.
Trailer Park. Mrs. Mary Wells cated to the people of Klsslm.nee. Cheating
and Mrs. Ann Walters were So come all you good Heart'
accompanied on the piano by people and join In the fun.
The Life Story .f iVi

Hank William CL1ee !

Parents of 4-H, Six DelegatesTo

Leaders Convene State MeetSix SUNDAYMONDAY'McHaie's
Parente of 4-H Club mem.
member of the Osceol )..
ben and 4-H Club leader are County Farm Bureau will at. : Serge
being invited to a meeting tonight tend the three day state convention Je FlynaCLOUDST.
at 7:30 o'clock la the Nov 1&-17 In Orlando

County Agricultural Center Delegatee to the convention CLOUDFRIDAYSATURDAY

Friday meeting, at will':80 be held a.m. for another 4-H Include{Went, Roe H. P.Lanier Bauknlght, Maynard, pree- Here are three kinds of tigers. We sell two.Have .

dub leaders.
Sullivan, Phil DtVlrgilio, Tom
ThIIIIIUnra by the County are beingconducted ExUnaion Hughey, John Johnston. 'The Thin Red Une1 ( you priced a tiger lately?)

Agent with the aid President Bauknlght will Jack Kelr Warden D.1W The quick ones art ours. Tilt spite on**. Thafi a Pontiac L.Man, top left Fwrcej. You can get It with 250 hp like most people Or 285
of personnel from the State represent Osceola County Friday Pontiac GTO hp like torn*. Th r. a
abov. Ftfoctou Comet with 335-np
complete Trophy V8. Bucket seats Hurst floor shift*. Dual xntusts. H. .
In duty *prfno..
4-H Gainesville.Tb Club. Department and Saturday at a policy; a real walnut dash. TN whole package, Uht lean Nimble. That other tiger? A PlllJed'cat.l He checked out a 'tporty" kind of catl team** it tires.Even
of the* meet. committee meeting. Formula. COMING ATTRACTIONS fangs at that ttrippad-down pric You look around. Yowl**. BOMnT come with
purpose .
lion of sUU FB ARCADE!: ...
Is to familiarise parent policy I* set nt.11II.1.
Ing* T raek
tpniI\- 11tersPIltttK.
and leaders with change taU following final acUoo on a 'Island of BlueDolphins' N .
4-H dub program and boat el proposed resolution LlHeUU tTTIil*
explain how club will U orrulHd. from each of the county unit. gMsaac mJ.soMnwAM'esngdMUKUew6erommraR/vAt'am' esi aeeatuceuse.'

Headquarters for tilt convention ROONEY PONTIAC BUiCK INC.
All parent of 4-H 'I'd Rather Be Rich' ,
member and other Interested will be (In Cherry, 14Of KMAJNITttfTHarlequinaders
person are urged to attend. Plata hoteL tI.r&O fI..CMIIaA


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At tilt holidays approach, J' RCG 4) THRIFTY
PWHfitln" { pie {ii aaln on the If
-. If the rest of your e2h
3 $1
menu reqvlree{ oven Urn foullleva
this no-beke filling in a
baked pit thelL Juat a few
minutes for the fruit Jot '
pit / Beans 6 1
made from. the mix and you -
call leave the oven to the turkr.
,; ,; A, r. RfCUlAR lit LIB BY TOMATO
A pumpkin chiffon pit Ii -
Juice. 4 : $1
such a pleasant chance c
i It'i 10 light and delicious that
your gutit wUl surely find
room for it after the big meal. Beans 8 $1
The fluffy filling nettled In CRACKIN' GOOD WHOLE WHEN
tender and flaky pit crust REG J/le. CARNATION t VAPOR A1Milk.
will brine rounds of applause Biscuits 6' .39
for the hostess youl 8- s1
Pampkiii{ Chiffon Pi.One .
-half 10 ot. pkg. (1 cup) REG. 49< TARNOW SLICED REGULAR 39. LIBBY CORNED BEEFologna'NI'

I 2 Tablespoons Flako Pit Crust cold Mix water B I 39 1 12 TO 14.1B. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED UNDER t A Has 3 I'.... $1

1 envelope (t Tbip.) Casa
Smoked HAMS
1H" cups milk
1 sugar cup firmly-parked brown CheeseSUNNYLAND e : 29 Towels 3--P e'1

m Up pumpkin pit spice
Whot eosier than beautifully
H4 cups cooked pumpkin a
t err yolks Lb 39" baked ham? Wonderful hot, superb
2 err 'blteaFor cold Every mouthful it rich In the
cruet,follow package dlrectlont
for making a tingle FREE: I Cm' CRACKIN' GOOD Biscuit with SUBIKS &h-quality protein. SutrtylondSausage ".
crust 9-inch pie Bake In preheated u. Hams are the finest quality tender 45 ,
hot oven (UII degrees) 3 lAG 1 juicy and delicious QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
10 to 12 minutei. Cool. L B Prices Good November 12th thru 13th.
For filling, soften gelatin CHEF'S DELIGHT CHEESE .INN.rls'eerosuIce-.realm-se..
in milk In saucepan Stir in \ Whole or Half
cup of the sugar, pumpkin pie Food 2 Lb. lox 49x
spice and pumpkin. Cook over
medium heat until mixture ARGO PINEAPFU
small amount of hot mixtureto Juice. 3 .1
Biscuits 4cDna39 ,
slightly beaten egg yolks; .
add to pumpkin. Cook an additional Roast 48"
3 minutes, stirring fre Lb REGULAR J/< THRIFTY MAID '
quently. Cool. Beat egg whites .
and salt together until foamy
Add remaining H cup brown PINEBREEZE W.P BRAND ROUND BONE SHOULDER Catsup19/
sugar, a tablespoon at a time,
beating until meringue Is stiff Grade "A" Medium ... aye DIXIE DARLING EXTRA FANCY LONG :SRAIN
and elo..,. Fold pumpkin mix. Roast. 58.
turt Into baked shell. Refrigerate Lb. Rice 3 391
sliced until touted set almonds Garnish with / EGGS \ .

Hospital OSCEOLA ADMISSIONS HOSPITAL Notes 2 7 9 Ribs. Lb. 38 Si' REG DixiePies3:51 Vt DIXIE DARLING BROWN 'N suva; :

November I, 1964 001.
George Pyle, Mrs Eula 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON '85 GROUNDBeef..5 Rolls 2 Pk;o,* 49;
Wheeler, Mrs. Helen Cheno-
weth, John Hsrdin, James FRESH FLORIDA $ 9 5 REGULAR 49< CHOCOLATE SWISS

Aihburn.November 4, 1964 ALL WHif P a 1
Mrs Carrie Berry, Mrs. Patricia Cake Roll -. 39
Bessley, Alfred Fort
Mrs. Daiiy Clark, Mri. Johan.
na Beck. IIII--'! L ;; .0--,;: Iit
November S, 19S4Mrs.
Lulu Billiard ArthuriBlair
Mr*: Martha'YanAktiU ) BREADED I
Baker.Mri. Velma James, Ralph*' : I Shrimp; 2fc$179 I

November a, 1.64 1 = ASTOR Of LIBBY FROZEN G_ I II lIw
Mrs Georgia Forehand Mrs Peas .
Garnet Zornei, Mils Naomi I a a W Pkgt' $1.!
Dolphus, Mrs Edith Leighton 1 s 1t '
I i
Mrs. Susie Sigler, Mm Teresa '
Brown.DISCHARGES / / ; y t 'I' Spinach 5 Pkps. 1. J OUTH -
November 5. 1964 s DIXIANA FfOien Whole Bob I MAyONNAISte .
Miss : .
Margaret Mrs.
Henry '' Okra 5 : 1
Emma Jackson. p
November 4. 1964 ASTOR FROZENBroccoli5'p& ,

Sandy Shreiner Adklns, Clarence, Mrs.Tyus Annie COFFEE i INST. COFFEE IN ST. COFFEE )(I .NArRozrN ( :.cEY" MAYONNAISE

Mrs November Lillie Belle 5, 1964 Aihmort, Reg 771 1-Lb. Can ) Reg $1,29.10-az. Jar ; Reg $1.75 1 lO-oi( Jar Peas I 5 10ot Pkfle.' $1. Reg 59 Giant Ball Rep S3* Quart Jar Rap. 67 Quort f lor

Helen Ramon Mrs November Blalock Browne.Annie, Hickey Mrs.*, 1964,Lucille Mrs. 49 $119 I e $139 Fries VAHLSINO. :RZ5i': !:: 391 39 49

Broyles, Mrs Miry Porter, PAN RED) FROZINCocktail sHAIM1 a

James November Aihburn. 7, 1964 Compare Quality and Price / Corrpore Quality and Price ,Famout Quoli,,.Low WO'nee L 3 Pkp, IS'c Conpo'e: ..>e...*end.fhe prtce e Compare Que%and Prtt* a Feme*Ou.lHy .Lew w.o ,....
John Hardin, Mrs. Annie

Rolland McDuffle McKinney, Mrs. Alma, James Parsons Mi-, I.IIi i\oL"A\ : : __ .." .. :....' __ E M w_y .:.'

lam, Miss Oreano Shelton _
Mrs. Msyme Cunningham. nIhr EXTRA.AU/

November I, 1164 wrwr retests wr.w+rwrr
Marlene Haul, Pamela ; CObTHIDM O i Me .sI LL I gust fHOlINDtvlkd I rI II'J -:DIYlIM10.. .. FRESH /UtCY FLORIDAORANGES{ -
Tucker Haul Stutler. I Crab* ShTim
November, 4. 1964 0e T>t rr Nevenq I4mf I __r W Nrve! iAc49x? h
Marion Tlndall, J. A. May, L ; F ,
I ..
Kenneth W Clark George .I we wrrne a ao rS
Smith, Jennie Bair, Arthur G. FRESH JUICY FLORIDA
Cooper, Emma Chitwood, Let- EXTRA rEXTRA G'fruit5.49/
lit Gift. Warren Sullivan. -
Mrs. Pearl Sullivan, Lois wrw wr.rater :::::-='" MAINE eUSSIT IAKINQ POTATOES
Myers errtN 'II CNII'I.LAC. 'IO-UI
November t, 1961 Fruit PI.. Bakers 79 k
William Terrell eeeat .eA.nn......... ,... area Trw Pepper Mrwrrp la' / r

W. C.November Robbins Jr.7, 1M4 n."..r..r.alt .v r,.srsl sly WASHINGTON STATE MO DELICIOUS ( s

November 6. 1964 r .39
Walter Seawell EXTRA EXTRA.Apples2- /
November 9. tie I
ry G. Ba,.. wra..w MIMCHUN r.rwrr -::;:;zr' On-Ions i 5 a 3 9 Fresh Tender Young
Dinner For 3
NevemWr t 1964 Fig Ban
Virginia Yerk. Robert EbyII. area TIMM MveiteM Ilex Mea Trrr NNtrrea Il/r

Mrs.. Judy Keith Cuynn Pirtln,Barry Ethel Gear Arnold [ .....- 115 N.rewrMl ell Pole I BEANS

Anne Hackle -
November 4. 1964 iE71CTRA E7 TRAk Thrifty Mold
Arthur Austin, Barbara Wi TOP VAlut STAMPS I
ley, Marlene Haul Perry Sul-
liven Janice Nimko' Richard M Art
Markerdt November a, IM4 e' ; OYIf r Steaks ra02tN ;ryrl e414/aaa Paste Ice Mlelk 2 POUNDS 29i r"
erN TrrrMMrrN I4fltGrouna
George Smith, Joannit TtadaO tN glee Taw elrr.rrre Ile.

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November 6, IN4 -- '
Arthur Cooper ASTOK FIOZfN oAAlctEr.

Pamela Novevbrr Teller I,arimi IH4 Tin- I i TOP EXTRA VALU. STAMPS i TOP EXTRA YAwE STAMPS :L 2-99/
dan, UU M",.. Maude. Bro. +wr..e Err..r.wrr Juice.
.... Kenneth Clark VWet w.e..ILeapN e.wu.r./lr FUVORS'
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(KW and would
November lob, 1964 worth the effort
make visitors take notice of
Editor, The Gaiettei: showing
which la pro.grew
our city i
Pan Four-Th. Gaiette, Klaaimmee, florida, Nov 12, 1M4 Your editorial "Why not by leaps and bounds. Weare
clean up," Interested me and I Kissimmee and
would like to comment, since proud
Welcome Winter VisitorsBelieve the has been on want to impress visitors and
l same subject
'c f tourists who come here to look
my mind. the eonaid.erstion .
our city over, with
it or not, folks, but Dr. George Beau. /Y( With a new bank going up of settling In Florida

champ, the scholarly developer of Orange Gardens, on building Broadway which, will another be a fashionable new. A white and bright effective Broadway!

tells us that Osceola County has a higher percentageof restaurant, and the remodeling would Might be I very further suggest thatwe

residents over 65 than Pinellas County which in. of another bank on have some ftaturea on our
eludes the retiree center of St. Petersburg! i Broadway, It seems to me that lake to attract and Interest Rev Kenneth ThornUn
a coat of white paint on some boat ride
tourist uch as a
We can see several reasons why Kissimmee con. of the older buildings would Lake Tohope-
starting out on
tinues to attract retirees and winter residents: give our "main street" a new kallga and Journeying through Revival to beHeld

((1)) We have a reasonably good tourist center, operated L4'1 look I II think it would be well\ the various An old connecting fashioned water steamboat at ChapelThe

by the All States Tourist Club, one of the largest ways.would be of tremendous North Kissimmee Bap.

in Florida. Cr Garden Club to tourist Interest and would list Chapel will open its aeries
surely enliven our community of Revival Services this
((2)) We have good churches.
Meet TuesdayThe This
during Its slow periods evening at 7:30: p.m with
((3)) We have Orange Gardens and other pleasant could also be used for entertainment Rev Kenneth Thornton, pastor
residential neighborhoods. General Garden Club purposes on various of the First Baptist Church.
meeting will be held Novem of each week. St. Cloud, the
nights aa evangelist
((4)) We have adequate hospitals and nursing ber 17 at 2:30: p.m. in the Civic 1 and- othera would like to Services wllbe\ nightly at

homes. Center. All members are urged see a beautiful fountain on the 7:30: p.m. hour and conclude
((5)) Living here is reasonably inexpensive compared to attend. our lake. On many occasions I with a special services
Mrs. John of Tampa,
have suggested this to the on Sunday morning at the
to some areas. representative of the American Chamber of Commerce. I think 11 a.m. service.Special .
This editorial is to welcome once again to our Hibiscus Society, will give if It were given enough publicity music Is planned
midst the "snowbirds" who are now arriving. In their a demonstration of an unusual we could get people Interested with several types of
technique In waxing \live hibiscus to make it a reality. vocal
honor, The Gazette publishes herewith our "Welcome blossoms. She will show Let ua keep building and singing In addition to the Revival

Back" edition.To the process and many ways making progress In Kissim Choir. Rev. Thornton willopen
which we add, in behalf of the community, our the waxed flowers can be used meal I each service with a ipec-
In arrangements.The Very truly your.John ial message for children In id-
own "Thank You" for making Kissimmee your retire. Glorlosa Circle will be 0. Rao, MD ditlon to his revival mesugei
ment home, whether all year long or just during the hostesses. .-

winter.And we reprint herewith a cartoon we ran several i Plat CommitteeContinued
months : Farmers Winter Visitors Commerce and
ago 4/
all ( from page 1))
Industry, are necessary parts of Kissimmee. K and state against the amendment .

calling for continuanceof

,1 Annexation and CitySeveral The the interest secondary rate will gasoline go much tax. and good photographs, that sp.ak a tolling

higher because the maturityof Hkonoit, take rlmo to "'01... property Corp

months ago, The Gazette tossed out the ObituariesPERCY much the shorter.bonds This will have amendmentwas to be In now, ...,oro.... holiday roth begins.

"hot potato" of annexation so that our citizens couldbe of prime interest to Osce
thinking about It EDITII MAY GALLOWAY SULLIVAN Home at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday ola countians, Ray said, yet
Funeral Mass at the Holy Redeemer Photo Christmas
Since then, we've had a few comments, but obviously Edith May Galloway, 61, of Percy Sullivan, 67, of 603 Catholic Church at 9 only approximately! 3,000 persona '
819 Mabbette Street, Kissim Finley Avenue, Kisslmrore, took time to vote either Card Fold. with
what will surely be a pressing need within a very mee paaaed away Friday aft'r.e"er.1 member of a pioneer Osceola a.m. Thursday with Fr.Interment PaulWoodyard for or against the issue \ lit purchaso
few years has yet to capture the Imagination of the weeka Illness County family, paned away in the officiating.Rote Hill Cemetery Under state law, two cents tI 1"! tl gift
public. A native of Hamilton, On. Wednesday after several weeks of the tax collected on gasoline I portraits.
with Riedel Funeral HomeIn
tario, Canada, she had been a Illness Is distributed to counties
i It is our belief that Kissimmee should extend its resident of Klssimmea for the Born May 25, 1897, In Osce- charge :::$: I
3 fflffl ::
city limits north, east and west-and perhaps south. past five )'url. ola County, the ion of Berry : :
The major problems today however In the She was a licensed practical Sullivan and Sally Green Sullivan MARCUS SEVER LAEDEKE
are area children and two greatgrand.children. I
nurse and was a member of St. he was a lifelong mi- STUDIO
Marcus Sever Laedeke, 64, .
north of Kissimmee where
our greatest growth is now
James United Church, Ottawa, dent of this area. He was a
of 1400 Main Street, Klssim- Funeral services were
occurring.It Canada. citrus worker. from the Chariot B. Eby, Photograph.r
mee, paaaed away suddenly at 2 p.m. Wednesday
is here that the county is attempting to main. Survivors Include her husband He attended the First Chris- Tuesday morning. chapel of Elselsteln, Flsk A:
Roscoe K, Galluway. Two tin Church
t- tarn what are really "city" streets-and can't do the daughters, Mra. Herman loft, Survivors Include two broth. A native of Lacrosse, Wlaconaln Journlgan Funeral Home with I'J

job residents want. It is here that uncontrolled build. Luaeland, Sank., Canada and era, Warren and Henry Sullivan he had been a resident of the the Rev.St.Walter Luke W.and Cawthorne St. Peter 1414 N.! Stewart ,:::: Ph. 847.2437
of Marlon County and Orlando
Mrs Leslie Bye, Ottawa, Canada two Mrs Klnile
; sisters
ing emphasizes the need for zoning. It is here that before moving to KiaiimmeeS Episcopal Church officiating.
; one IOn, Albert Auldrldg Partin and Mra. Hattie Willis,
fire protection would pay the biggest ,dividends tot Hennen, Grimsby, Ontario, all Klailmmee. days ago Elsclstein Home, Fisk In A: Journlgan I'I
property owners. Canada; three step-daughters, Funeral services were held He was an office machine Funeral; charge
As we said before, the first prer equiaitefta '. Mra'pu 1C \\lenj;; Khstmpiea at S o'clock Friday from the repairman and belonged to the 'BEASLEr I
annexation Mrs. C. E. Brown, Tulsa Oklaholme Grliiom Chapel, with the Rer. Lutheran Church. CIIARLES ,'JR.Ch.rl. .
is for the city to make plans to extend its and Mrs Louis" Blanch- Jimmy R Cox, Minister of the Survivors Include his wife, .. H. Beaaley, Jr., Infant I
water service to outlying areas, and to expand the ette, Richmond, Virginia Two First Christian Church, offlcl.atlngr. Zeus Marin, Laedeke; two son of Mr. and Mrs
alsters, Mrs. Helen Ferguson, C k tbearera daughters, Mra. Betty Kearce,
fire department to protect it from fire. a s e were Charles H. Beasley, Sr. died
Luseland and Mrs Gertrude Meaara. John Hoppen, Wendell Orlando and Mra. Mary Lou
We would ordinarily say: extend to the Orange Fowler, Marathorpe, Alberta, Ketchum, Eddie Partin, Eu. Mohlenbrank, Twin Falls, Idaho Sunday, In he addition Is survived to his No
I county line. However, Tupperware owns the northern Canada One brother, WilliamJ. gene Simmons, Roscoe Sylvester ; one Ion, Jamea Elmer, of three parents sisters Debbie, Diana by, EqualWhen
: fringe of the county, and should be placed In the city Wise, Mission City, B. C and Rex Walker Interment Billing, Montana; one eider, and Donah.
Canada; also 14 grandchildrenand followed In Rote Hill Ceme Mra. Margaret Fleming, Phoenix an ambulance la needed, it Is
I limits only if it so wishes. two great grandchildren. tery. Grliaom Funeral Home Arizona; one brother, Mr.Paternal and Mrs.grandparents W. A. Beailey are, usually needed suddenly; that's why we
Again, we request the city commission to begin Funeral services were held was In char ge of arrange- Robert Laedeke, Rock Island Fayetteville, N. C. Maternal suggest you take time NOW to determine
at 10:30: A.M. Monday from menu Illinois also six grandchil which ambulance
consideration of annexation-before the "fringes" grandparents are Rev. and service la beat. You're
the Grlssom Chapel with the dren. sure to find the Riedel ambulance service
Mrs John R. Bene of Taft,
become a real problem. Rev. C. H. Elland, Minister of EDNA MARY KINNEAR Grlsaom Funeral Home la In Florida. .aMs If has no equal.
the First of. charge of .
Baptist Church, arrangements.SAMUEL
services were heldat NanoMtawROHMnMUI
ficiating. Casketbearera were Mrs Edna Mary Klnnear,
9 am. In Shingle Creek
. JCs Force for Good Messrs Guy R. Allen, J. C 83, of 10 8. Beaumont, Klssim- BKAMMAR Cemetery with Rev. John R. MKTOBUXKHnm
demons, A. F. Crosby, T. K. nice died Monday night BornIn
Bene officiating. Riedel Funeral
i The growth of a strong group of JayCees in our Galloway, Glenn Ray and Willard Portage, Wisconsin, aha Samuel Brammar, 78, form Home was In charge. -
York Interment followedIn moved to St Cloud 17 years er mayor of St. Cloud and Osceola III RIEDEL
community Is progress we like to see Some gggaB rtaiaCBiBaBBflej SaaMiM S
years Woodlawn Memorial Park, ago and lOOn after came toKlulmme. County superintendent of
ago, the JayCees were most active and accomplishedmany Orlando Grissom Funeral l .. She worked aa a public instruction for 25 years DIAtUNIUUDOZM4 fo nova -"aL
worthwhile things in community.Today's Home was In charge of arrangements medical secretary at the Oweola died Monday MEDOMO AMIULANC.uneuze..numl
our Hospital for a number of A native of Hanley, England All New ....'" H-V"...Hr .IVICI 107 MMI" tlalff
JayCees have already proven their mettle years he had been a St. Cloud CwMract New IIISIMMII SIO.IDAM0e1
by successfully carrying on several worthwhile public SARAII GISELA JOHNSTON She was a member of the resident since 1909. His home mOLMOSUYIIMMStOJUNM
Holy Redeemer Catholic was at 1012 Michigan Ave. He OtUMOOA4MO
projects: painting the library administering!
Funeral aervlcea for Sarah Church, Klaalmmee. Survivedby retired from his position ai *47.ai11
Sabin Oral polio vaccine, etc. Glsela Johnston, 89, of 802 a daughter, Mra. Dorothy county school superintendent
While we would not like to see you endorse any Sproule Avenue, Klaalmmee, Klnnear Vols, Waa Watoaa, In 1948.
individual candidates for office who passed away here October Wlac.i sister Mrs John MoQuald A member of the Church of SHRIMPIn
we If the
any 29, were held In Greenwich, Ft. Sam Houston, Texai England, he also was a mem m i
JayCees might not render a service by setting up reas- Connecticut Monday, with In- ; brother, Col. John Carroll, ber of the Free and Accepted A Basket V.i
onable standards for those seeking public office, par. terment following In the family Washington D.C.t and two Masons
plot In Putnam Cemetery. grandchildren Surviving are eons, Samuel FREEZETTEDRIVEIN .i I
tlcularly In the city, and by endorsing all those who Grlaaom Funeral Home was In Rosary was recited In the Neil], Lakeland, and Charlea,
measure up to these standards? charge of arrangements. Chapel of the Riedel Funeral Wilmington Del., three grand-

Just an idea but regardless of their future i; rasaaRRtlo.

: course we're delighted to have an active Junior Chamber .

of Commerce again In our midst.P. .

1 S.-For those who do not know, the Junior Select =

Chamber has a totally different function from the new -

regular Chamber of Commerce. It cannot substitute your ;

for this important community agency.

Thought for the Week"You

have learned that they were told, -

'Love your neighbor, hate your enemy.' General ElectricFilterFlo@

"But what I tell you Is this: Love your enemies

and pray for your persecutors." _

-Matthew 5: 43-44, New English Bible

: Aside from Christ' familiar injunction we reprint *

3' above, it's plain old practical common senses .

, in a community as small as Kissimmee-that none of

us can afford long-lasting enmities

The person we're angry with today may be the Washer hereget

,, person we need help from tomorrow.TIIEIji88imree .


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,; Friendship Club .J"O. New ArrivalsMr.

Plans Luncheon and Mr. Leamon Lan,
)t1t. TIL Oi
519 Mabbette Street, announce
The Friendship Club will s
r < meet Thursday, November 19, the birth of a daughter, Nancy
It:SO p.m. at the Episcopal Marl, weighing in at 12 Ibs.
Church Parish house for their 12 M, on October 27th at the
w luncheon The
monthly meeting. ; St. Cloud Hospital.
croup will be making tray "
favor for Sunland Hospital, The grandmother are Mrs
Eva Lan of Tarpon Spring
to bring member until artificial art reminded flowers to and Mr*. George Hastier of The Gstette. Klssimmet, Florida, Nov. 12, 1964. .P.,* Five
Bradenton Mrs Lane I I. the
and bottle
screw type caps.
Reservations ahould be made 4 former Rita Hauler of Nash
by Tuesday, November 17 with ua, Montana

Mrs. Erford Woods, 847-Z769. Mr and Mrs James A. DAILY SPECIALS
d'44 Barker of Gainesville announce l
Rebekahs to Host the birth of a son, James ROAST YOUNG
Scott, Tuesday, November 10. 55
District Meeting The maternal grandparentsare TOM TURKEY S1
Mr. and Mr. Dan Englishand
The Kltiimmet Rebekah paternal grandparents are
Lodge will host a district Mr and Mrs. James W. Barker 1.lsOong blinJ ftickBng .. .. ,. 'r-
meeting on Monday night at ,,; of Klsslmmee. Veiled toft lobster Tills '2"
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the Woman's Club on West
Oak Street. Irihed Tender reel lips wwn..a.,..,-. *_ '2-
I All members and visiting I -
Rebekshs invited to attend letter perfect gilt Selection .( Frtsh St.foo4
art DINE
: W
The lodge will honor Mrs ? -1l..rr-- l I COMFORT
Hattie Raynor, district deputy ,-- : 'I I W1.fLA.lOB1T a YI T '3""Wktrt
+ president, and Mrs Thelma INITIAL :A: .
... .
Rolls, past president of the ce en... ,
Rebekah Assembly of Florida. NOTES I CoM ltt 14..,...,..,

who were married In the Klssimmet Baptist Church November Esther Circle to celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary Sunday withan HUNT J FiL
.. 191., were honored at a reception held Saturday at the home "open house" at their home In Orange Gardens. Natives of
of Dr. and Mrs. George Beauchamp. (Photo by Eby) Meet TuesdayThe Brecksvillt\\ Ohio, the Jackson moved to Klssimmet six years
ago (Photo by Eby)
Mr. and Mrs. Weaver First United Presbyterian DIVIDED
are Church will meet Tuesday,November e

Honored at ReceptionMr. Educational Mr.. J.1? Building Steffe S p.m.will in give the DRAWERS OVEN !

the Bible Study and Mrs. Lester

and Mrs. Paul Kelsot Mat Tlllmon, Van hell, Helen Alford and Mrs John
Weaver, who were married Wichmann, Mrs Thad Oliver, Summers. will serve as hostesses + '
November 4, 1914, were honored Corinnt Lupfer, Katherine Au- iN Fit HI-SPEED RANGEHere's
Saturday at a reception trey, Ruby Duke, Pearl Godwin t ,
given at the borne of Dr. and and Flo Simonson. Gloriosa CircleTo 4. ''
Mrs. George Besuchamp ty P, K, retired from the So- 's
the Btauchamps and the Wea\ cial Security AdministrationIn Have Luncheon I ,,, real convenience
daughters, Mrs Donald 1956 after 191 of i-
ers year
The a thrifty price
Walker of Orlando, Mrs Roger service. He manned the onn- Gloriosa Circle will ;;: .
Crook of Raleigh, N. C. and man office In Orlando at Its meet at 10 a.m. November 20 fit, -- a Big 23* Matter Oven, Broiler
Mrs. Randolph Richardson of opening In July of 19S7, the at the home of Mrs MarieHayward. .
third office In the mr e Easy Set Oven end Appliance
Atlanta, Georgia.Arrangements to open( ?fi gutty
of yellow state, Members are asked to bring a + Timer, Minute Timer
chrysanthemums und yellow He moved to Klsslmmet In their sandwich lunch. Coffee a Pushbutton Control
1912 and with his wife the will be served by the hostesses .
roses were placed thnugVouttht Full Length FluortKint Light
Mrs Sally Lake and Mrs
reception rooms, tributes former Joe Berta Bryan, has "
sent by their many friends been active In civic, social and Harris Daniel.Gardell e 7 Cltin-Esiy Features
The conversation\ piece of church affairs throughout the
.. He Is avid football CHRISTMAS GIFT SHOP-Each year the members of Makln-
the an
the day was picture plsceJ yea CirclesTo
on the guest book table of the fan and when he can't attend son-Carson Unit, American Legion Auxiliary, prepare gifts for Fast, flimsiest/ !
honorees on their honeymoon.It the games he watches themon Meet Today the Christmas Gift Shop for the veteran hospitals, This year a
had been enlarged from a TV or listens to them on total of 95 gifts will be distributed to the three hospitals In the
snapshot taken at the home of the radio. The Hibiscus Circle of the state Shown abort with the display of gift Is Mrs Fern
Catherine Beauchamp which Mrs Weaver, the daughter Garen Club will meet at 2:30: Brown, left, and Mrs E. J, Parker, right. (Photo by Eby) PARKSFURNITURE
they visited on their editing of the late Mr. and Mrs N. C. today at the home of Mrs.
trip. Its existence came as a Bryan, pioneer residents, Mary Bennett In Cypress Ingathering to beHeld this will be evident by the CO.
complete surprise and brought worked for years with\ the Shores display of garments, prior to
back many memories to the state welfare board, taught The Ross Circle will meet at November 20 distribution Mrs Ceo Glover MODIl J41
Weavers and to their friends Sunday school and Is active In 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Thel is president of the local chap Ask about our my payment terms
who had known them at that church and social affairs She ma Rolls, 321 Verona The Orange Garden Chap. ter, and Invites all to attend.
was named First Lady of the ter of the Needlework Guildof
time.One-hundred thirty six Year In 1957 by Beta Sigma America is holding their
guests called during the after. Phi and in 1959 had the dietlnct Daylily Circle to Fall Ingathering Friday, Nor
noon and evening to congratulate honor of being named Hold Workshop 20, 2 p,m. at the Orange Gar.
the couple and wish then. Florida Mother of the,Year, den Community House
...aJI1I10r. years of:hstpln! .IIMfrgljllr! /qtJlt.\of Uiree The Daylily Circle of theKiseinmep Special speakers will be obtained '
'Assisting In serving were Bet. daughters their grog p "iNt.'n., Garden, Club will l far the event, Mrs, HR. AnnouncingTHE
ty Eby, Agnes Brinson, Katie eludes three sons-in-law, nine meet at 9:30 S,m. November Keltic, Winter Park, a vice "
Sippel, Abbe Cole, Peter Coch- grandsons and two grand 18 at the home of Mrs. E. O. president the National Guild
rane, Marjorie Hayc, Willy daughters.Eb Johnson on Vine Street.A will also attend.
Christmas therapy workshop "New Garments Always" I*
will bt held. the motto of the Guild, and

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[, ...1 I 1t181 pog H! LONGWAISTED Christmas Club2iirr

By Betty Eby Jones
The M. C. Banks have returned Furniture Co. w. spedolfi.I. vf MtdiWINTlt .
On the birthday list this from Beaver Falls, Pa.
week art Kathy Barker, Florence to spend the winter months at ?*>... 847.441123BROADWAY PAIl MA11
Partin. Johnnie Barker, 312 Palmway. Op* H ':00 p. M.I .
Janet Crow'ell. Diane Partin, Mr. and Mrs. Don Dehnhoff It.-
Warren Partin, Susie Prather, arrived last week from Findlay I
Glo Marshall, Nancy Holde- Ohio to spend the winter ChnstmasuSlub
man, Anne Hankins, Debra her.
Partin, Karen Sue Smith, Jay m + irnt dStaaaail
Muller, Mrs Marvin Driggers, Mr. and Mrs Floyd Smith The Board of Adjustment will meet at 4;00 P.M.,Thursday ,
Ellanort Jowers, Ruby Simmons have returned from their homeat December S, 1-4. Cilj Commission Room, Cilv Hall' _
Blanche Suldo, Venice Flushing, Michigan to spendthe to hear the following :
Hooten, Paula Shore, Hewlett winter In St. Cloud. Request of Or sate Gardens Civic Association for variance .
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Shelp-
Abrams, Truitt Schellenberg, lint have returned after spending to erect sn addition (S" i 20')) on the; west end of ,
Mike Stanko, Eddie Densmore, the present building. ,Y6hI
the summer at Harrod, IY
Melba Conrad Dave Barnes, Ohio The legal description of the present property it as
Peggy Lee, G. T. Greer, Nancy follows: .
Miller, John Carlson, Maurlr.GrI&.b" Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Cole
Lot No. 11 Block E
Mike Treat Earl have returned from a visit to
Moody, Lou Ellent Watford, Allquippa, Pennsylvania.Clyde Orange Garden I-
Billie Yttes. Best wishes to Good left this week to Located si
each of you. return to his borne at Indiana 714 George Street
It seemed like old home polis. Orange Garden
week at the George Btauch Mrs. Hugh Atkin of Hubert, This is a public bearing *ad sal Interested property
amps Saturday afternoon Michigan, arrived this weekto owner will be heard regarding the application
when they entertained, honoring spend the winter. THIS CONVENIENT WEEKLY PAYMENT PLAN
the P. K. Weavers on Lloyd and Ann Roll are I BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
their Golden Wedding Anniversary celebrating their 85th wedding cmr OF KISSIMMKE
Among the former anniversary today. WILL MAKE IT EASY TO HAVE A MERRY
resident who called during
the afternoon were Mr. and CHRISTMAS NEXT YEAR
Mrs. Funey Steed and daughUr .
Willa, Wilhtmena Canon
Barber of Daytona, Mabel Car.
son Persons of Lake City, Mr.

and Mrs. Hewen Lasaeter, Jim Sabin Oral Sunday2nd Savings make Santa Claiming easier! Small amounts added systematically to a convenient
and Gwen (Ramage) Crum,
Alice Bane Sherous Fagot, First Federal Christmas Club will assure the money you need to prepay nest Christmas. .

JoBerU Caroline Bullock Walker of Smith Bradenton, and, With no backlog of bills to dampen the new year Join our Christmas Club soon! We have

many others. FEEDING all size of clubs for your savings convenience.
Saturday was a big day for
football fans. Over 200 people
left from here on the Atlantic
Coast Line special to .'.ter,1 SAVE WEEKLY 50c '1 '2 '3 '5 'IQ
the game. It was a gay crowd SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15

going op but filled with Monday NEXT CHRISTMAS HAVE '25 '
morning quarterbacks ... 50 100 150 250 500
the return trip. Noon 'til 6
Mr. and Mrs. John Pralmsk -

their* aunt of CUcag, Mrs. are Mal visiting Lamb. NOW IS THE TIME TO GET STARTED ON

They will aIM visit Miami aid : '
Nissan before returning to : YOUR CHRISTMAS CLUB.

their 110....
Mr. and Mrs. C. Sykes Good-
win *f Lwtlow Vt, who spend WINN-DIXIE PARKING LOT
each winter here, will not a.
.ble 10 return this year due to
the Worn of Mrs. Goodwin. tm
Mr.and Mrs. HartU e-... .
all have rt rnd ,... Uet- to'IIt": w : J p1; M

.*...* at UM Klaslmast Me- Sponsored By W
Mr. a4 Mrs. Jet* Belie .f KISSIMMEE JAYCEES ,
lute HaftS and E. L. AHJ KH.JM.MII are n0uot
*t. Petprb.rg. were ......,
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goats *f Mr. and Mrs


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Six-Th. GatetU, Kliilmmee, Florida, NOT. If, 1964 lAD No lOLl Usc 0$. Township II south BioimnNa. T-= from a
Ramell B. Roach Get Greater With Raag eo last, at a PII.t u.u bcanaar ff'irfT"ikwl
t n| *th ".IIl'". : Impact feet North ef the Southwest earner ran : ? MMraV Weet a SANQ ROCK

e NaArtit.oeiat Virginia of saId Section tt, said point dtetaJie eftf fMt thence ran MORTAR MIX
NoticesA1Z *
Legal b.... en tke arc of a nurse eente South ll-flir Wt a dIstance
SlID i4.. I 4. H. Gazette Classified cave > t ha ,uthaoatsnIy and of ISO feet th.eee run Nerth STEEL A WIRE MGSfl
..p POll.. i b Orasa0niabvrg, xu... Display laving a reline ef 17111 feeUheno n'518." West 100 feet for tile
r. .... taD .. : from a tangent bearing of end ef this ditch .u"., tine d..
an!, E.LoW ill. South scrllttioo.
4I47'I4" Baet. run Southeasterly
=an Alv., along ald cOn,. througha The lasds herein donorlbe4 co.
IIt:1 Drive .RD Ifo. Illl Real Estate for Sale talc 4M4) *o are fast, more or
w, H Webbllardtner oraf.ltl.ll"f"b
M.. t""".. 9'Leo o
CBPARTWENT8Ut. lED N.; 115.1 Kanaa CLASSIRED feaitk line ef said tl. OWNED BY: RUSSElL ft
Oreeiaan HD Mo. Illl DESIRABLE: BUILDING loU (North ins of uo-e M, MidTownship ROACH and wlf BLANCHB L.

an A..ato or tbe Of Flori.cBOLA I 11 Bait Mbilulppl Driveucoatlna Marihall Rank and Range), .t a point ROACH
; eJuk Pu.lloh.r on Uufber and .
d&, lewaRD forth PorUr. For III.I* fact Bait of tile !Ioul"w..tcorn.r RIGHT OP WAY II I
No 111 I tr..tall detail writ owner 1737 Rooievelt of said Section II fNortltwest SRD No. Ill.1, II*"IL.U I
COUNTY a PoUUe.1 l lPubdlvl.lon Kathryn Herr ;;tU'I.t'tr..Ii' YpsaaDti 6 cent per word, corner ef said Section II'), Th.t
of th. Stat. of I'lorl.d.l lOt Kant MI..I..IPPI Drive Mkhljan. minimum .75 thence continue along said curve itrtand <... (EXCEPT KISSIMMEETRANSITMtX
Iiey Bank
Mescaline, Iowa through.. a central angle of 117' the Weet 17* feet of aald
>Wlon.r..., SRD Ne. ,Ill c/o Jack Water Pueljoher4orth BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED ClMilfled DUplay (with. II a dl.tanc.t ef III.01 feet to ens> and HI I eemiaoio l Land (
.... Chi r lea B. Ooaro M Truat.a the .nd of curve, thence run Company Subdlvlelon
BBRTHA. BASS et aL 1401 Btnm.ttjftroetKlMlmnee Milwaukee, WI.oon"1t home In exeluiive Renee Ter out border)* centered 8 loch "$''''11'' Beat, a distance of 5eclOiI I TownshiP IS South Phont
PHD 847-3524
!)of.ndsitL Klortda, or Lillian 111 M 'l4orni.I. IH I rae. Three bedroom, two point lines count ai 4 ef ITI H feet for the end of this (sage 00 ge.t. lying North ci l :
NOTICE OF' flUI. Nit! c/o Mr Handera, baUii. 0... Line of Right of Way deMr State Road $50. accordia to platrecorded -
oil Eaiy word line
? Cavel Street terms. Call 847. 14 point count ,
Th Delaware
NOTICE OP IWNT DOMAI4PROCggDINO National Bank ; I pt Ion. Plot Book ",
D.lhlb..New. York. $Lwwney SaD California 3904, Owen Godwin. M 6 words 18 point line Th* land herein described eon- 01 and $3 Is, publIc I records :r' :.

IN THIO NAMt! AND BT THE!! Helen O. Howard.. 10T.1 IOU Wnyne No T,'J\I:;\ count ai 8 word., 24 point sin T7II aquar. feet, (171 acre), ceola County, Florida: SEE THE
OF THE STATIC more less. and within
or of
AUTHORITY ..if JIM WALTER ha lying Northerly
Cavel Corporation
104 Tiffin Hi reel tinea count word
OF III feet of the Survey
A. W dN Ohio owney[ California a nice one bedroom house and and ORACE E OROBJEAN and StatS Road U*. SectIon.IIuc.r:

CERN. and to all paraone and William SliD R. Illl Howard saD No. U.I1J1ff ItOIO-tiOt lot for ..1.. Direction t From PHONE 8l7-2m LEO ORO8JEAN lId: aurvy line being JeecrlbedBef'l ; 65

right partial, lltl.claiming Intere.t or, esute.kavlna mortTtge any- Roe Tiffin Strict floAt) MMOHCRXLA Prlando, Uk 17-92 to Klulnv DEADLINETUESDAY RIGHT lilt,OF Illl WAYSaD 11.1Th. on.*.the West line t.r B e-

or ot'h.r lien to or on Wlllard.BRD tb.Ohio 111.1Kiekhaf.r COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS me, turn right at lint traffic NOON That 11M' of: lion I, Township II South. Rant CARL SCHMIDT

rlaln parcel. of land herelnaf.ter Corn RIGHT OF WAY light In Klailmmee to flritl SWU of mVU of Section 10 Eait at a point Ml.49 fretNorth
and followingPer.on.
dllerlb.d. the K. C Klekhaftr HRD 101.1, 10..., 10... I*. Township tl South' Range of the Southwest corner of
e/o President l
with all unknown sign of
together Orange Garden torn
lit South $ That of I) 10 East, lying Kant of Btat. .aid Section I, said point RAMBLER
Hickory tree
person.under cltlmlnr known, fond Du Lao Wleooneln( Hlocfi'n. N P. II.... Re-Sub. left on Thacker to dead end on Real Estate for Rent Road 100 (formerly BR 111), on the arc of a carve concav to
through. or LESS (he North III feet there- the Northaitrly and having a
SlID Illl U'.. division of P. W. Koss' Addl Old
dud or who art Tampa Highway louis
who art on thence froma
aoni lion to the Town of of; ALSO: radius of 1711 II feet,
not known (o b. dead or allveiSECTION E. Iran King comer of Old The .. of Section bearing of South II* Orlando
IIOIO-IIOI U.lllpolli, Ohio according to th* Official Tampa Highwayand APARTMENTS FOR RENT. NWU NWK tangent Highway
It, said Township and King, Oral- East, run along the are of
SRI No. 1011 10..t IOU Plet recorded In the Public Thacker. Home right
COUNTY Harry King Record Oereola County $9, |11, $12 per week. For information lying Ka.t of said state llond aid curve through a central anile
OSCKOLA* ADDRESSES Uslllpolli. Ohio Florida. pTt Book 1, page 401| Only $50 down $37 monthly. apply 110 S. Beaumont OttO, LEH8, Lot I, II and North of II'I7II. a distance of 847-3121 I
NAXIFS mIND No. 1011 IOU IOU lyIng feet Northerly of Call 205-0082, Orlando too feet of Lot 10, Broadview' III!.17 feet to a point 171 fet
Myrtle B BUnk table Rice the survey nI'' of State Road or phon. 8473702. Subdivision 1 according to lIst Ae.t and tl.41 North of the
SIn IAFSYOItI recorded In Plat Book 1. Southeaat corner of th* BWU of
1001 Orel.mer Avenue IAD, Section IIOIO; said .un., page
Caps Nay 1011 New Jersey8R Hamilton Ohio lIne being described .. follow.: NEW FIVE bedroom country GARAGE APARTMENT air 171, public record of Oioeoia aid Section I I, for the end of .

Ilull.rlOt No BRD No. liLt, 1ILI, 201,0, 111 I I Benin at a point on the Weillln. home. Three bath with Florida Florida, this survey line description. fJi
"ohn conditioned threo room tfBrosdTlew herein described eon-
I filler Rio. of the NEK of Section II with that part Th. land
North) Ohio Pennsylvania Aveous loot Or.l.mer Avenue Township tl, Bouth Rang lEast I Ii room and central heat Double screened porch. 16 S. Dillin,. Drive aa closed by (nine 40.411 eijusre ,.et. (121 i
Wnl.ton Ohio a dlatanca 1 of ltd feet carport. Available adjoin. O R. Book 10, pag* lyinbetween ere) more or leas.
No. to... 100.0 IOU Hamilton i ham. Moorefield IIi
BRD Inquire Build- h '
Lot I thru and O\\ NED BT KIEKHAFER
Mouth of :
the Northwest
181,1 corner
BRD No. 1111. lilt
Illl i Ing
847. pcIjpGE
I..oh& Butler acreage $21,000 term
North 1"lIn.lvnl. Anau.Well'on. Blanche IV Roach thereof.. : thence run North 1101 Ing. 847-4567. 11 thru II ef said Bro.dvl.w8ubdlvl.lon CORPORATION .
2385. TO MORT3AQB r.
Illl llh AvenueHuntington. .. Kant 41144 feet to the beginning ; SUBJECT :
Ohio of a cur,. concave to l lying Northeasterly ef and with corded In O R. Book If. piieIII
.. IOU Wilt Virginia TWO ONE bedroom
aND No. to. POOL apartment MARSHALL
in tO feat and Southwesterly ofsed In favor of ) AND
the Boutherly. and having a radlEaaterly REDUCED FOR .al*. I
-- u' or iieoo.oo run *. Available for aeaion.Lakeild within U. feet or the Base IL8LET BANK l
along aald curve througha Nice building lot. St. Cloud. Motel A Apartment Line of Right of Way of Stats TAKE NOTICE: that a *. .. BUilDS

SALES *: SERVICE central ingle 1 of 117' a dfi* 60 x 100 400. 75 x 100, $600. Road 100 Bictlon ItOiO. said base ration of Taking has been filedIn
d lance of III.17 feet to the soil or Phone 8474014.KITCHENETTES. hoe being dearrlbed a* followBegin .: th* ahov..stbld ciuse by th.PetItioners. *
Radio an Electrical Appliances curve; thenc. run South 1111II Nelton Realty, 117 Broadway on the Weit line of 5.0. the acquiring au-
.. Eait JULIO fiat to the Ess 8473093. ROOMS and Uon It, Township II 80ulh. thorlty of these proceedings, ef
Complete Home t'um.l.hIDI.FURNITURE line of said NEIL at a point *.14 I* 10 East at a point llli.71 Ih. taking of the abov.-de-
V. feet South ef the Northeast corner trailer apartment By week feet North of the Bouthweet cor. crlbed land, via.; A. rich of TOUGHTRUCKS
T. PARKS CO. h.roorCONTAINING Exclusive With Us I month or year. Capitol Motel nor of oald Section II, ald point way borrow pita and drainage
KI.nirnlnus-St.Cloud Illl feet being on the arc of a curve con. eaiement for a portion of State
(.ltl anneal more or less Corner Lot I A. G. Burrii, owner. Hwy 441. t 1no the Soulhwuterly and Road 100. In Oiceola County
OWNED BTj LEOLA BUTLER 8474341. a radius of 1711.I* fret Florida and that th* Honoribl
and husband JOHN BUTLER; Nice 2 bedroom C.B. home 1610 thence from a tangent bearingof W A. Pittlshill\ one of tile :

.nd E IRBNB KING and bua Orange Blvd. Large living HOSIER APARTMENTS-W.n South 414714T East runSouthaauterly Judge of th* Ninth Judicial Clr., :
band HARRY KING i along .14 curve cult of Florida, will on Nov,m.
u 81BJECT TO: UNRECORDED large screened porch, extra bath furnished, clean. Water, car. thru a central I angle of 141110', her II, 10Cc, at 10:00: A.M.. In the .

RANCH GROVE CONTRACT In favor of H. HTAN facilities In utility room. Fine port, large yard Adult only. a distance of (SHOt feet to the Oiceola County Courthoua atKliilmme
South of
LET BASS and wlf. COLENA T hII said Bectlon II, Florida, consider **ld <<
BAM: .nd Intersil, If of HE neighborhood. Home face lovely 820 Hughey. ( line of Section II, said Ueclaratlon of Taking appoint

SPREADER SERVICE COULTER and wife CARRIEK. I parkway. For sole at $12,601 Township and Range) it a point ppraliera, and nak such (.r. Riedel Motors :
a Life E.tat THREE ROOMS and ihower.Utllltle III.10 feet Ea.t of th. Southwestcorner d.r aa the Court deem properrtle .
COULI't'ij"o'F WAYORD or can be leaied for year at of Mid Section 9. <(
!! 1011. IVI.! 80.00 month. Range and refrigerator furnished except gai. west corner of said Section It), parties interested may aII."I
EARL MURPHY That part of: Included. Nicely furnished and clean, thence continue along said curve and be heard "at"the time and 21 IMMITT ST.GREEN'S 1
ia East 110 feet of Block I thru a central angle of a'ov'is'. pise detlgnated. ,
Owner "A Johnston Perk .f.t.I so.coriin FOR RENT quiet. Cloie in. 21 Central. 847. a dl.tanca of III 01 feet to the You. ".n.:3d ef .to.r are I J :
to plat recorded In Plat 4509. end of curve! thence run South hereby to by
Book 1 pag' III, public record Nice 3 bedroom home In Dell- *;'I''II1 Esst, a distance I of filing an Answer to th* Petition
of Onrnola County. FlorIda. FIVE ROOM home with 1711 feet for the end of thisBa.aL.ine heretofore filed In thin cause In
r wood Park Range and refrlr'erator 1H of Right of Way de.The'lantt .
Phone 847-3821 I lying within (0 f.e( Northerly of the entitled Court on or before
the eurvey line of Btal. Road included Sale price $12,. bedroom Completely furniihed. the 7th day of December A D. FUEL

1U0 B..lion 81010: .Id .un.y 250 or lea** 90.00 month. One child, no pet.. $45 11.771 herein square described feet (1 ton.1.lnl III 1 Interest I4. to show lien abut : rht.n title of

I POST OFFICE BOX 143 FLA. Jlne being described a* follow: month. 8472050. ), less or you SALES & SERVICE
KISSIMMEE Begin I at a point on the West LIKE LARGER acre more or you kayo In and to the .bo".-
: described lands, and show taupe
line of (h. NEU of Section It, Phone 847-4171 3.7-4172
r Township tl Bouth Range II BEDROOMS? FURNISHED DOWNSTAIRS I BON and wife MIRIEL M NEJ.o80S why th* urn ahould not b*

East, a dlitanc of Ill feat Reaionable liken for the Uses and purposes Kliilmme
I apartment. rent, SUBJECT! : TO: MORTGAGE recorded .et forth InII.* petition filed
louth of the Northwest Cloud
eorner.hereof bedroom Phone 892.2011-5t.
hence run North 1101' 2 C.B. horn In Orange 604 S. Dlllingham. Inquire 203S. In O R. r.t\E" page h.reln.
PRESTIGE Garden Large Fl. room and I 147 In favor of RICE WITNESS my Hand and Bal
II' Eaat 411 41 feat to the beginning Clyde or call 847.3013 after and Klidmme
wife lIABLE RICE, and of ell Delivery
of thl. Court on thIs II day
I of a curve concave to extra Urge utility
HOMES room. Nicely 5 00 o'clock. MORTGAGE recorded In O R
and r.di- : October A. D 1114. Robert O'Berrr 847-321
the Southerly having a
Bonk 07 II for ofCKNTRAL
lot In
landscaped 75 x 120. Price pig OLtSS: RAY
us of 11,41110 thenc. run
BUILT La.terly along f.'IJ curve thru Include tome furnlihlng See FIVE ROOM houie unfurnished, CRFDIT FLORIDA ASSOCIATION PROIt'C.TION CLERK OP THE CIRCUIT C. G. Tyner > 847-4487

a central angle of 117', a diIsnre .. : COURT IN AND FORO0CEOLA Jimmy Jeffrlei 892-4228
to appreciate. Come In or call 215 Alma St. Children welcome .VNRFCORDED CONTRACT COUNTY, FLORIDA.
to end of
of ll 17 feet the
FOR YOU curve.. : thenc run Mouth 1111' Florence Harriett Anoc. $40 per month. Two bedroom LARD ton SOLE OU1ER In 8In.l.RIOHT fi\or of XML- BY: 0/ Olenn l BaDEPUTY
H Eeat. lOIn 10 feet to the Flit CLERK Gas Service KUilmme
-;- fin. of said NEU, at a point III W. H. Morse. Corp. apartment unfurniihed OF WAY ( SEAL
; J.
Mabbette F. Roundtre 847-4062
feet South of th* Northeast corner 308 St. $40 per month PRO IlllTh.t MURRAY OVER8TREET, JR. B.

ByGeorge thereof: Realtors Phone 8472475.APARTMENT frtBY:: County Attorney, Osceola County Emory Bronion 847-4570
Lot k "C" Slosi Oak.
CONTAINING HIT square feet, III Broadway Leo Glrourd 847-2061
823 Subdivisioncording
L. mor. or I.". Broadway 847-3133 to Plat
ReynoldsFor OWNED liT : CHARLES B. CON- Excluilv Agent for -817 Sumner St. recorded In I'lst Book J.Jo'. Klsslmmee, Florida, and Robert Allen
TO Ill, public record of JACK W. PIERCE
'R: Beautiful Falrlawn Manor Lot I Wanted Count;' Florida Holland Building
OPTION TO l'l'ftCIf AIID In favor I Icing Westerly of and within 10
GM St.
Further Information Call (7.2266 of H. 8 RFRObN and wife LOTS 21 A 22, Block 2, Idora feet of the iur\ev line of Stats Tallahaiie. FloridaOf Dcllvrrr

Ml El LA BERUFN and J. C. BOH.1'H.ON Park. I WHITE LADY houiework Rod 100 Hectlon ItOlO, said Counsel for the Petitioners. Kenneth Bledio 892-7695
and wife MARY AUCE Located on Adam St. I Nants vey line being described a* Oct. tl, Nov. I, It. II, 1H4 Tom Morris o 892-S1M
io .
1IOKPELONK10HT Itt block from lake Addreu by the day Reference. !

Ford ORb 107.I. 107.0 OP WAY P.O. Box 1228 Charlotte, NC Box 1060-C. ,._ q turn Heiln.,. In on the Township West line II of !.ur'l!

That part of; Mane* t<> East at a point ell Service St. Cloud

. Th. \\.t 100 feet of the East Services for Sale Instruction <...Jt.rth of the Houthweet PIZZA R E. Hall 892.2274
Economy & Quality 41* feet of Lot II. Block I ", ... ef Hid Section II, Mid' point John Evans 892-3482
Johnston Park Re-plat, : bslog on th. are or a curve oon.

cording to the Official plat recorded pkelelrrleg LEARN BARBERING cane to the Southwesterly and i
In list Hook 1. page LAssoS rnrPt hating a radIus I of $710.40 feetthence I FREEZETTE Or Call
11. nubile record of sc.olalying ilounit Insure your future in a well. from a tangent besrng of H.T. Simmoni Mgr. 847-4819
847-4021 Rest will t'nh4t'.n; any two-. paying profeulon. Day and South "'U.If Fait run .oulh. DRIVE.IN ,
esoter ly' .Id J. Crowtll 847-5582
along rurn throutha R.
within 10 Northerly
piece ache of furniture, labor
the survey .tei State oJIU. tree. when YOU buy the material night claiie. V. A. approved. central .n.l.. of lI'i7ll' edisisnce

., Section OHIO: aald surrey from u. Tee w. slip-cover tool Orlando Barber College or JIll." feet to tht .- -
South line of laid Section '. I
line being described as follows No down term\ i I
a Went Call money 411-1077 to 3399 8. Orange Bloaiom Tr.. North line of Section II, *MdTonnahlp

lln*"t.h* !'&'lntorn8I O IITonn.hlp Ills? I PIIOLITERFHI GA 5-5876 and Range! it a point

Extra Quality II South Rang IItsit 110 \V'. Colonial Drlv. Orlando Hill feet Eiet of the South"et
a of 110 met Ilouth corner of nI..r" II (NorthSection REALTORAMANOW

: BlocksAtNoExtraCost of the Northwest corner thereof; IF CARPETS look dull and Help Wanted went asid II,I
thenre continue along cornthrouh
thence run North 110111' East 40
; III 44 feet to the beginning of a drear, remove the ipoti a. a central angle 01
AT ONCE Rawlelgh Dealer in 0041 a distance of 10117 t..t I.
I curt'* concave to the Southerly they appear with Blue Luitre -
and having radlu of ll,405.lOtent Oiceola the end or curse. thence run
Rent electric ihampooer flParki County or Kliilmmee. ttouth U'\I'U" Eait to o.U feet
Member OeeeoU Builders AMD. thence run .etfi-ly along
County : IS THE TIME
.Id rUf\'. thru a nnlr.1 anile Furniture Company Writ Rawlelgh Dept FA J to the beginning of a cur\e con.ra
ot $'l7' distsnre or U..17 fact 480 3 \ the NortheaoterU' and
a Memphis, Tenn. .1n0.
radlui of 0100 tent.thence .
the end of thence MAKE UP YOUR MIND
to curve: run WILL CARE for children in
OSCEOLA CEMENT Bouth "'''' 1'' kilt: Illl 10 feet run along said cur\e
t. Ih st of said ata my home d.,.. 847-6640 PAINTING JOB, drive truck or through s central anile of 17'
PRODUCFS rnf' .I feet South t"t tractor, grove or ranch work. 10 II'' a alsisnce of 4SI1 I* feet OWN THAT HOME f
N.C. end vf thence
to the cur\e run
Northeast corner thereof; J. E. \\hiinant Rt. 1 Kluinv fI
CONTAINING (ill .quare feat Articles for Sale South 114140 East a dlitance
; Neptune Road KUalmroeo (.Hi* acre>, more or le.0NKH mee. of III II feet to the South line ol I
BT HARLAN ARTHURKNUTSON. aid Section ... at a point 471.IT \
: 1959 CHEVROLET truck-H feet WeM of the 80ullI.... t tnd ror.
MONEY Want money T ncr of oold SectIon IX for the
SUBJECT Tot MORTOAaB recorded ton. Good mechanical eondltlon. f
t In p. R Knok l! page 117 Terms Earn $10 per day from now til of thin sorter line ducrlptlon .

In favor of CHARLES: d. UONTO to reliable party Chriitmat with Beauty Counselor $l0e930-Ooungs OortliMis I M, 1 krtn f
land described
The herein contain
16 0.00 Everett
, ROTHROCK SEPTIC TrU"RIOHT OF WAY New York Ave, St. Cloud. Call Orlando GA 3-5797. more UII or !ee quart. feet tea acre) 10, 00-St. Cloud. 1 II, .... lax, GoefwLeomy !

SRI 1011
That part of: 01,04 feel COCOS PLUMOSUS PALMS- Card of ThanksI PEER. and LILLIAN M NORRIS .
at point
TANK CO. Ka.t Beginning of the Northwest a eornerof 800 In large vans 3' to 8* 11.. end husbandVATNE T. 27,500-Leh.t 4 W, JW ..,.. I
the Nil:.. of Vectlon II. 50 500 in SSOO-twr S M.....< If
Town.hlp II bulb ((anSI II ; gal cam 18" to 3640ctij WISH to take this opportunity RIGHT OF WAY .

CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS Fa.t being the East lln. of ; 250 in round, various to publicly thank my many] SRD That 1111 part of; 4,000-aty > .. Dtebf !*.. I Right ef Lln.Way tint of I the read Atlantic, run I alien, fl to $<; H. A. Jones, friend for their kindneu and Lot 17. Block "C Mort (lakesubdivteien 9,500-SwlMirWn J W, leetrlHU. """ 1

SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE FOR EVERY NEED thence East ITS feet thence Westlot 2021 E. Convoy Rd., Orlando. expreuiont of concern during recorded In according plat Book to 1 page flat "I

South III feet thenee my recent IIIn.... I eipeclally III, public record of Oiceola AND OTHIRS

feet to th* Railroad right ORGAN-S E E BUR 0 floormodel.
CEMENT WORK-280 Gallon Grease Traps of way thence, North 11/4* want to thank those who lent nd"f; : and withIn II All GOOD VALUES
20 pet. off Hat '1.- lying I
the of III.lnnln.1g ) ;
Eastto point
flower and other ,
.. gift, feet ot the surveY lice or Stole
Open ... Mu.
Road $00. Section "eI". saId
East Including the local Elk
15 YEARS EXPERIENCEK. 1 a point 313.34 ale, 1999 W Fairbanks Winter Lodge, auroer line being 4..rlb.d asSogis
of Nortkwe*
and I* ft South Elk !
Auxiliary doctor and
of .aid Park MI 7-3U97 my rollo".: FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS
of the NEH
corner the o. (he West line ot See.tioa .
staff of the Otceola
C. ROTHROCK, Owner and Operator Section II; run hence Ikaat 17 '1. Tonanhip II South I
feet thence South 111 tent SPINET PIANO and bench. Ei- pit*!. May God' rOdent bleuing Range IC point 157.60

Located at KUalmmee Transit-Mix Co. the thence Atlantic West to(nail right Un.of way Han.o( Icy Walnut cllmatlied. Excellent be upon each of you. (Mr.) feet ef North slid of tiht:.uthwest enr., INC. ;
Mildred ocr Section 25, slid pointhating ,
reed thence North HMO1 Eatt. Davl
condition. $1100 new the of
of bring on are a run" ron.
71 Railroad. fet along thence right East ol'way SOS feet, sacrifice $450. Phone 847- 311. rlto tho $loUlh".rl and NOT NEW ADDRISS AND PHONE NUMtMR
PHONE 847-3524 North HEARTFELT thank to a radlu of $72060 feetthenre .
thence Ill feet to point all who extended from a tangent. bearing 1600 W VINI IVJNI AT.THACKI1J
ef beginning: ALSO: 'From a SINGER SLANT NEEDLE eon comforting of South 44-14 JIT Fait run

point till! feet of Et the of North.the sole Model repoueated. Uk sympathy and help In our recent Southeasterly along said curve PHONI 147-4451
Northwest corner
Town new makes button Sorrow For the beautiful lerv- through a central angle of II'
east hole, does "
:iIlB.RI'.1': II It a dlitanc of Ills II feet
hip II M Last.Ouceola ZlgZa Ice, floral offering and other
Florida, run ( etltchei. Balance $81. to the South line of aald Section
County the 75 or take klndneiie we art deeply grate II, North line of Section It i said
When It hence South ITO feet to up paymentl of $7.82
Comes To Township and Range) .t a point
South lln* of the Sine High being per month. Phone 425-45K. ful. The Percy Sullivan family. 1111 feet Last ef the South
way read right ef way "Fre. nest corner of said Section II
II feet off lbs c.nt.r1'" osuld home demonitratlon. Northwest of slid Sec' S.
INSURANCE road, From said point runhence Call day or night. lying withIn I 134 feet Southerly lion li). eoninue along
( South III feet; IkeneoAeet of the survey line of State Road said euro, through a central as.gie .
I* feel, thenc 054 I feet l.* !
HAVE OVER sotue *a4 lyinwithin of eI'se'oi' a diatasce of
t. the Bouth side' ef .aid road! ISO bounds Justin I* feet Northerly I of Mil leo If tent to the end of curve. .
thenc. North II degrees. It mln. from the North. Deer. Fox survey line: said survey line k*. these* run Sooth "*\I'U" Eait

and Coon hound.. Several top leg .nl".d .. follow! 11 II to the kealnnlnc of
: .f.n
Soils it a point oa the West ..
Bird a *** I* lie Nortk'eesterly
Dog, Come .... D. L line of the 0KU. lection 14 asS havlac a radius of

Roger Phone 493-4436 Chief Towaihl II Range II 11141 feet thence ran alone I
1 East a tlitaac ef 11111 feet asiA trough
land Florida curve ( a central ancle
Northerly of the otitkwect rr ef 17111 a dutanc ef
HEATERSFOR ...r ther..f. thence run 10lltll 41111* feet to the end .of curve,
Il'llnl" Kat. 111 IT feel te a thence run South 1141 If Enl
tttes East along otiS road right point on the South has ef aU a distance of III it feet to the
1j : .':'::I.l to.llo llie petit of Sorties, Is. North lln* *f tectlon Bontk has of said. BVctlon 32, at $

SALEOVUHIAD II, aeld Township asS a a.lnt 47117 feet West ef tile GAS
I t..I.within 4* feet **>:- err.J: Rasgs> a Sistasee of Mil feet Boutkat eerier of aald' Section

y lice of Weeterly of
j 0c5. Section the Sontkeast corner II for the end ef tkla urvy lln*
IIOII Mid survey at Mid Section 14 '..oer'pUo"TII.
lln. belcg deerrlbed a* fellow.: corner *f *al< actlo II). their land heroin ._rt... centain DEUVEKIESAHQ
Tho .....1piAee.t" .Ind. In *"* 1\ a JP01"' .. the Went eonttnii ".t. 1111 ir bit till aquar feet, .ore er S&e ,
Sawe I.iwg. Ie es ............... line .' the NK4 leo II
0' Sectisa tt feet to the East lao ola4 ...
, ....... like ike ...... if 1 I. _________
ct.IWhooI Towaehl. II
.hans .... Uoutfc. Bang It Sectlo Xl. '
, p.e WI ( f OWNED *T. W1UJAM ... HOVT.
. eooIot ywe In aekkm, wet .. Sme _.-, ,...... s.d d. hetp TYPE Suet,* dlsuice I ef 11* fee ectln I* Towaihl* &&II'.t':.. AR[) and wit HELEN: 0. HOW.

P.S ...... .mcy d.II.. Ie ...... y*. Mlenumksr. ...1itIa4. OAS HIATUS >'of tll..r.the Northwt Otaae. Raac I* tail), a, 4 let tic* 0' II ARO SERVICE
l5lrT 1 n. North U.** feet teoith ef the Nortaeait eor- DRAINAGE: EASEMENT

: -'.. ..... town ,... *jo1 w..r* M yw sUe Tnel IITANT Must ISall SOM gtasiug M-.a-a1' *of 411-44 feel te the he ace *f sail Section II. Nortk- SRIt NeIII ILATERAL .

: :"" = :: ***" p.. k"U' wi" *"* ""f-'r In ITU ..t,et, f larf lea. let the Southerly a aad Curve havisg eencave, a red t!*. went tkenc corner contlnn at said South Section' lei..II4Eaet. eWES?> MTATION DITCH BOOR ll-f** The GLfS IVU. Uut s pees Osarceuea .1 Sotis.1ns. .

.re*.. 1en1!" ItilSill* 'SO : us .f llet5l f" tlieaee rue leO feet I* the cad of this PARTI) WtU Mr ewn leneeilea. van liirs..l aM see**.

Easterly aieag acid cur,. thee avrvey, : .n. That art ef: Srinal gearage facUNtea **s* Mr ewa ratlTMd leak */ Oaet,
ItZNOI _M HeejTtJ let. tan.Av I a laaco roatral an1. of .' ". a 4i5 1r1 M).ar* feet, Let 41 aid IT ....... Park r* e. amn Ie en aGREEN'S euSaSis gse pWr.
TOE BIG DIFFERENCELUPFER'S nd.dl". 'n ed $1S47 r..t t. tile osd at (".44I acre). iswre *r I***, ..cI.. aeeardma t*> 501 la Plat Bk 1
rerve theac.e Cue South lIlY alo *f area In ....u.( roeS. I page 117. rrda e< Oeee.

.lt.*>.. IMM..I...., fl'I: lh$0 II fe.t te lb. East OWNED IIY" .aAItL DICKEl sin o..t,. Florida,
at a p.1st $44 A. N. WEBB.. :
'Io.H. I lying Nertkerly el and wltkla 1*
C.nteet Ralph H*>t lilM feet iaath ., the NMt....' __ I waRB. and PHal.IMS feet and Matkerly ef aad wlikIn FUE1AL

m I WEBB GREEN. t* foot .* n ditch *rty \line
CNTA )it1 tell ....,. r.\. RK1HT OF WAY ] demrlked aa faBian,
'ec. we le.a 010luesv.. at a"a a. 'ft DM.. lilt
C.menc. en tk* Wed XIs. *fBeMleai
eninttng That .. Twnkl I* etentk.Raaj ,
OE B', HTRaCR0 a. atXlt, 1.5 t I'0...*. laotian I. .* M Eat. at a point Seke.
[) "J 1I1JI1HT or WAY ac r4lBf I* slat .ker**(. aa r.. feM North ef the B*jiawi e.rer -
*.r44 la Pint ...* I. .*>.. (,.. ef said het6ea <. sat! point
Insurance Cody's n. pert .t: ,."Ile recesS. *t Oesesl 5e aty.I Wtnti *. the are ., a .wn eso' PARKS FURNITURE CO.
Let $, .
Agency U. Pertda Dealo Fiscida' eav. te tk* Nrtkealrtr end
I $Aa4 Comt'aayo .nbdlVl- lying Seathweearty Si asi ....1.. a radln ef Ml Mltkeaw 50.1.
191. .1964 ,.. N. $. '.....ta e..I,.. 0 feet of U* Baa Un at fvei* a SafeSt beaulag" 50$>. Us Few TeMvr OeMPare ,5enwklailnsns.
10 VERONA MT.JI01KISSIMMH I. '1.-r- : 1 Slahi .! Way atat. LasS see ef South $6'II$1 *Uef usa
::1I ;:; het... SusIe. said base Bas ,. ... SI.
12 ...wy-NiIt I. 1M ... k$47.4121I ... l: atoa* Mid ewe ikreagk a O.iipd
...... ., lug deecribed a* l.U.we! I* el *l* ri4r a dtotajie
Coaty fled.ajJ Begia on lbs W**, UM W ..*. :rM. tee tee UM POLICY Of __ _

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Judge Johnson

H Speaks to Group Junior Women Study

(, The Klsslmmee Council of Home Demonstration
Church Women met Friday 4.
"' ., morning In the Episcopal
: .
\; \: : -" -
\ :: I''! 'fr' ; Parish HOUM with twenty The Juntor woman Club; of nil now undertaken the task
'ili':'; ; :
) \ XjIIfui.q\ [:, eight members attending All } $ KIsslmmM met November 1 at of spearheading a drive it
I ; Christian church women are tho Woman's Club House with have the state aoqtilr that
I cordially Invited to join Oils Z8 members present tract under the forMs Out.
Cssette K: ,.
i* :: mm Fbrids, NOT, r 1584- Page Seven
organization planned to help
program chairman and door Recreation Act Mr. L-
the community In any way for hOJt4oMe. for the evening were roy Herr, chairman of the
good. the Horn Lift Department, Conservation o! Natural Resources .
The following officer were with Mrs Charles H. limberly Department, broughtthe
- Installed by Mrs Nelson Mak. chairman, and membersMrs. Information to the attention
Inaon; Secretary and Treaaur- T. K. England Mrs of the Klaslmm Junior
er, Mrs. Owen Godwin; Publicity George; Cant, Mrs Robert Woman's C1ub.Officers .
Chairman, Miss Louis Gehrett, Mrs Paul Christian
Thomason. A new president II I Mrs Henry 11. Tarlln Jr and ElectedNew
being sought, as the nominating Mrs John Klstenbroker. The
committee had not been guest speaker was Marilyn officers of the Tohop.
able to secure a candidate Dr Dietrich., I Osceola County kalita Yacht Club were *!*cttd -
Olive Fish, retiring presidenthad home demonstration agent at the monthly I supper
charge of this meeting She described, with the use meeting They art Jim Baxter,
The speaker for this occasion of colorful pictures, the ten commodore; Run Brambaugh
was Judge 0. Johnson, areas of home demonstrationwork vice commodore; Earl Stein-
She showed how the ten man second vice commodore|
who spoke on the History of areas, nutrition, cltlinship, Ann Banter, secretary) Jerry
Juvenile Courts. He said that home management, human re Crouton treasurer Jim MeHee -
while In many counties of ., lations, family economics, arts Eddie Banks, Dan Autrejr,
Florida the County Judge also housing, health and safety, Corwin Bennett and Claud
- [JUDGE GREETS OFFICERS-Judge O P ,Johnson, speaker at acts as Juvenile Judge some MEN COVFER-Shown conferring at the dinner held for the church men of Klssimme Monday clothing and marketing are Banks directors
g jtibe meeting of the Kisslmme Council of Church Women, greets counties now have a separate night, sponsored by the Klssfmme Ministerial Association are, left to right, Rev Door Van all centered around the family Installation will be held at
newly-elected officer who are, left to right, Miss Louise Juvenile Judge to handle this Etten, president of the association} Joseph Guernsey, guest speaker; Rev, C. II. Eiland, host She closed her talk by Invitingall the regular meeting Dr-".-
', Thomason, publicity chairman; Mrs Owen Godwin, secretarytfeasorer work. He gave an Interestingtalk pastor and Everett Amos, minister of music. (Photo by Eby) to use her service to an- her ,
"* and Mrs Nelson Mskinson. vice president on the handling of case ewer any questions In the
I (Photo by Eby) where children and youth ar Woman's Club wide field of homemaklnf WHEN $T5
the d e f e n d ants. Vocational A petition to "Sav Fahkahetche AaI
) training Is needed for school Residents Give JayCee Plans Bazaar Strand" was signedby TIME
flax Waters Speaks at drop outs of fifteen years andover club member The preserving .
to prevent these young Survey Good The Kisslmme Woman' of this (5,000 acre I
oman's Club people from becoming law Club will hold their annual wilderness ,Is a major project PS-..
Meeting breakers. He also gave broken Christmas basssr at the clubhouse of the Florida Federation of '
homes as Increaslnr children's November 20 and 21 Woman's Clubs The Strand Is 3
Cooperation of 20 category and S
yes-no ques
problems. He said that In 1964 Luncheon will be served located In Collier County ana
has been splendid, tions.Th on
Max Waters, principal of Blanche Brimhall of St Cloud
January through September, Alton the 20th from 11.SO to 1.30. Is Ideally suited for camping,
(Butch) Fairish, Jay. three : :
School summary
seeola High was were judge for the arts and 66 juvenile question
cases were
Reservations be made with hiking, picnicking, hunting,
Ce chairman of can
the Community are Is there anything
speaker at the meeting crafts Winners
display. were as well as about 112 unrecorded -
Mrs Fred McDanlel and fishing. It Is abundant
Attitude Survey, reported that particularly like 847.3A91 /t eAt
of the Kisslmme Woman's Mr*. Maud Williams, Mr*. cases where sentencing was you
Cub Tuesday. H* told that Stanley Evans, Mrs. Murray not needed. yesterday about this community Is Mr. Ed Neld, 847-4848 with rare flora and fauna The
three The community service project then anything that you par Mr. Carl Kenton owner, a lumber company, Is
one out of persons today Overstreet, Mrs H. E. An- or 847-2277
are engaged In some phase thony, Mrs. Florence Nahm, being conducted jointly by ticularly dislike about this Those having whit elephant planning to log the
Bethany Circle to some 60 Junior Chamber of T In This w lit destroy the plant life
community opinion
o>f{ education. In speaking of Mrs Carl Kenton, Mrs. Robert your
or other donation are drive out the wildlife, Th
tile local school he said that Ford, Mrs. Harry R. Jowers, Meet Commerce and Lions club what are the five most Important and
Monday NiteThe
members Is 60 salted to call of the above. Florida Nature Conservancy
schedule approlmately things which need to one
a tough, was suited toaach Mrs. A, P. Digges ,Jr. Mr*.
student whether he went E. P. Neld, first. prime; Mrs. Bethany Circle of the percent completed, he said. be done to make this a better I
ii college or Into another field.pfWateri Mary Richardson, Mrs Barbara First United I Presbyterian November 22 Is the target community*
added that the threemoat Brown, Mrs. Stetson Tar. Church will meet Monday at date for completion. Some of the other questions
important phases of a ver, Mrs Carl Kenton, Mrs 8 p.m. In the educational build JayCees and Lions are cover governmental, cultural,
high school are administration, E. P. Neld and Mrs Fred Me. ing. checking a resident of each job opportunity, educational To the Voters of Osceola County
bookkeeping and guidance Daniel, leeund.Church fourth house In the survey .
Miss Janet Easdale will pr* The Interviewer ask threesummary and recreational aspects of ""
counselling. It was a most Informative -
aide and Era Ralph Rupertwill
talkThsnksgiving 8multiple choice, community MANNFRAKESH
PlansFellowship lead the study group
was the motiffer THANK YOU

the refreshment table, DinnerThe ETIIICAL FELLOWSHIPOF r.'. I brief sketch of
'which was graced by an ar- of Use
KISSIMMEE People our bvuineM: all typee of
ngement In a giant pump- annual church-wide fellowship
kin. Cider and donuts were dinner of the First The Ethical Fellowship of NIAGARA C1CLSAGK: For for jour support and assistance insurance, prompt .ttl.-
Tved. Baptist Church will be held Kisslmme will meet this Sun. mint; friendly advisory
Hostesses were Mr*. J. A. Thursday, November 19, at 7 day evening, November 15 at service
Hildebrand, Mrs. William Sip- p.m. In the dining room of the 7:30: p.m. The meeting will be Arhes& ) Tension
"pel, Mrs. Emily Bat, Mrs. J. church. held at the home of Mr, and Circulation MWIe Spasm 0
C. Caddell, Mrs L. F. Winch, Dinner will be served "pot. Mrs. Harry Englander, 632 OSCEOLA COUNTY
Mra. A. F. Crosby, Mrs. J. J. luck" style. Catherine Street, Orange Garden .
Tyson, Mrs. H. B. Allen, Mrs. An outstanding program *. The speaker will be Dr. GOLDWATEIl COMMITTEE
Co"-In Bennett, Mrs. A. P.Diggee has been planned, highlighted George E. Beauchamp and the FREE HOME DEMONSTRATIONPkM as'P
Jr. and Mrs. Stanley with an address by Dr. Edgar topic for discussion will bet Si twd.e2.2776 w write f.O. flee 119, Orle....
Vans. Cooper of the North Park "What Will Our Children's
Mrs. Ray Bouvier and Mrs. Baptist Church, Orlando. World Be Like."

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,* Eight-The Oatette, KlMlmmre, Florida, Nov. It, 1964 of reildence of th* claimant aad Kissimmee Elementary News:
th oUlm-
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I Legal Notices OO 10...tfe'lh MS:.* will led law.doy boeMB of November voId : Open House Planned Tonight in Three Elementary School Buildings

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KOTirtt TO rilEIHTOIl !:2_ WHOM IT MAT CON.IilCE LasSo -
In tli. Court o} taa &otr Jvdi.> &. $" % .relate I of
oaeeota Omtr MendaIH W HVRBBT OtVaW Leila i. Dott, By Peter Bradbury November M and 17 will be ated her name from the ttory.Mr written about Halloween and cat They lived in a haunted
TMB MTATb I OF that Mae Ptilnae ha* fllatf her
FLORA RB & AUCH IUeceaoed. opal titan u aduMplartMlrli T *caTMaBdth* kr Open Hen. wffl be observed our Thanksgiving holiday *. Mary Prancet Trotter come from Mr*. Loul Grl*. bouae 8h started to fly

J JTo TA of tha tut* af Martha Att_.,. for metrtrliP. at the Kfoaimmee Elementary Pupil will report back to took her level seven bop and pomp* third year room. through the air on her broom.

: all Crdltore. La aUea, Dietrlbuteea rowder flad( Petition, deeaeaaTl fer tt Phil aha' Die-hue O. Bon tT Florida School -cM.( Tlwraday, from achool on the following Mon (kit on a trip to Haines City. The Frightened Childrenby The broom got out of control
all bavin Klealmme
and Peraoaa chars. .nd that aha will They went by school bus. Then Gerald -One* op- and the Wt the ground.' Now
Louie ftprousa
Clalma or Demand .( (nit Mid. to the Honorable O. P. Javmeon.udc apply ..... I, II It, M, 1144 7:10 U0 Principal day.Report
card. for level one they I ten frlg-hUn. the I* dead.Frightened.
K.tat.: Countj' of Oaoaola County. Fetwritota. alI110lIRoid. purchased a ticket backto on a tin taw

Ton notified and tack and of required you are to hereby p..- FlorIda. on the 7th day of litmber All tit"" MMfua, Mary through nine will go home today Kiitimme on the train. ed children on Halloween. Children by

aent any clalma which you, or :me 'ndl for, final for dfaohara approval. of IN CIRCUIT COVET FOR. ".'H, Bryan, Emm. Towel. and Central Parent. plea.* alga and They enjoyed a tour through They were looking up Into the Pamela Catteron Whenever

.. of you(,Flora may hv.E Audi asInst, derreaed. ." CIA of th. _tal.aamlnlatratrU NIN. ) It ,. 0"W will be open and teacher return promptly to petreL the trah' and taw the pullmanand sky and taw a witch. They their
eetate o children frightened
the late of County.Xlorlda of Martha Crowder. doe.... IUDWiIClAL will be In the reomi to welcome David Dyer I. a Future lounge can, the diner, and wtrent looking where they are
JuOI'J Thla
; to th. oi-'he. o, A.D. I..Ind.. day of November. A."Aa .:: parents and friendi of Teacher who It helping Mr. then they were seated In the were going and they tripped hair sticks out on their bead
..Id Count .t liii In t.. PlainUN va. RUTH IIefolds5t. ..8 :Y,
Court Hou. at Kleelmmee. Florida a/ MAE: PHINNBT NOTiCE DY SUIT. the echool. Open HOUM I. being Peggy Bradbury In her level chair car where they were over a stump. Th* witch was They run lilt* bird but
within alt calendar montha Mae Phlnney FLORIDA TO We the first and she saw witehea, ghosts and iV tie ton*
Admlnletratrli I I CIA ef tha tlJ'HATt : : held during American Education five room. are happy to among to enjoy train coming down
from tha dais of tha fIrm pvbll. Relate of Martha 'lIit Rout I have David aiiUtlng in TV which going to get follow them. When the children
cation of thli Nolle. Kach: claim Crowder, lolmaavill Ohio. NOTICB lit Week and will Ukt the our wa In the n. them. She was

or demand mum b. In writing decaaaad.urrav W Uveratreet. Ir.KI..lmm. ERRBT!! OIVBN that Plaintiff plac of the regular November teaching achedule. perlmental ata,.. them but she flew back into are In the house they tell

and molt .,.t.claimant tha placa and of muitbe real Boa lit h.. 1..tUvt.d put for divot.apain.t PTA meeting, RtfreihmenU Debbie Conner wrote. the Mrs. Northrop, Mr*. Miller, the iky The children got up their mother what happened
dene of the la th* above .tyl.dCoon
owen to by the claimant hi. ..for, Florid.AttOrl.y and you ar* hereby *um> will be served at the three description of the Halloween Mr*. Sullivan and Mr*. Ovtr- and ran borne. Their mother do not believe
Admlnletratrlx TA
agent or attorney void, or the aam Nov 1. It, It, It, (:t.lrirriTiorii monad, ordered and required defeme tofIli building. Everyone It welcome stoker that appeared in last street accompanied the clan The Witch and Her Cat-by them. But when the witch,
borom. written or
will enewer
'* : your. to till Complaint filed In and we urge all to viit week'a newt. Gremllnt got into on the train trip. Phillip Lanham-Once upon a ghost and skeleton came In phi

;iti. tha 10 day of October, I lOTlMa lblClt Ih* above alyld cauea In Iheoffice our achool. tht type ant week and aepar- These original stories were time there wa a witch and her fainted.
"". tAME sTATUTE of th* Clerk of in* Circuit
., Phillip R. Kellejr I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! Court for th* Ninth Judicial
Phillip K. Kelley Notice I la hereby given that thaKlctltlou Circuit of Florida, In and for
Eiecutor<' of tha Ketata of underainnad punuant to lbs Oeoeola County, at hi. office I* Orange Gardens Jottings Intercession City News Delta Alphas Held
Flora B. Auch. decaaaed. Name Rtatut Chap- the Courthoue In Kleelmmee.
Phillip R Kelley tar III.Ot, Florida alulae, will Florida, before Board Sleeting
Attorney for Eiecutor reliefer with the Clerk' of the day of "e.'b
I' O Hoi loll Circuit Court, In and for Oaoeola K-rva a copy thereof on I'lain. Mrs. Grigsby WelcomedAs Rev. and Rlrs. Blowers
II Bait Monument 1.0.. County, Florida, upon receipt of tiff attorney, whoaa name and The board meeting of the
J1..lmm.., Florida proof of tha publication of thla ... ara not out below. Rhould Delta Alpha chapter of Epsl-
ZOO. I. 11. II. II, 1114 notice, th* flclltloua I name, to you fall to do ao, Deere Pro
Ion held
wit: lonfeiio will be entered acalnet Gardens Resident Hold Revival in North Sigma Alpha wa

IN THB CIRCUIT COURT CANOE CREEK TEXACO rOil. Willl'aa m, hand .. Clerk Wednesday at the home of

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, vnd.r buelneaa which. .w* ar. enaed In of aald Court Klulmme and th*, peal OeceoleCounty. of Mr. Glen Haggard with Mr*.
at: aid Court at
IN AND FOR FLORIDAIN OHCEOLA COUNTT Service nation.' located.on Run- Florida l thla Ilk day of By v.. Held Dr. D. Coe Love and loin.lAI. By Mr. D. G. OwleU daughter in the happy houiehold. Frank Godwin presiding
ehlne November, 1114.
JUDITH CMANrKRT LOUIBB BURGEsS NO. 1711 Kervlc Stab Area.rkwa No., known I, CanoaCreek aa (CT. ""T. BEAM A warm welcomt goon to .... The Rev and Mrt. I. K. Final plan for the Ttpper.

rialnllff.NOTICH. I I da Oaceola County, Flori GLENN RAT Mr*. William T. Crlgiby, who The home of Dr. and Mr. Blower are holding revival war party to be held November .

v.. : IOIC IIIJKOESS, I IlULU& That! tha party Intereetcd In Clerk Oaoeola Circuit County Court, Florida I recently came to live in Orange George E. Betuchamp, 1620 services In central Pennsylvania. VETERANS OF WORLD 17 *t 7:30: in the American

1.1.rdan 1DI aid'ollow"buelneea' enterprlee I I. a* Murray W. Overetreet. Jr.Attorney Garden, 1631 Orange Orange Blvd., yap a beautifully WAR I MEETING Legion Horn wore mad, Also

"('OIlCIl CANOE CREEK CORPORATION 1'. O. Hoi for TIOKleelmmee Plaintiff Blvd. Mr*. Grlgiby I I. no I lovely letting for a reception Mr. and Mr. M. J. Murphyand discussed were plan. for the

Of PElT By Ch.rl.. H. Vaaur.orlando Jr. Florida stranger to Xlitlmmee. She II on Saturday, honoring Mr. four children are living In Barrack 1068, Veteran of visiting Santa Clau for local

TO BILLJB. JOB. 1.BURGER hurg... lOll Florida Llnton Avenue Nov. It II It, Dec I, 1114 well known at a faithful and and Mr. P. K. Weaver' gold the Floyd Elli house, having World War I, Inc., and its La. children.

m.C Lear Naela DATED Preeldent and Reeldent A l.ntbl. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS diligent church worker, Sht en wedding anniversary moved here from Michigan. diet Auxiliary will meet this Mr*. Godwin gave a reporton

YOU North, ARE RKUevllle HEREBY! NOTIFIEDthat Ohio! Slit day at of Orlando October I ,, (PSI. NAME LAW .terve a* deacon at FirttPreibyterlan Nearly 200 friend. congratulated Mr. Cora Jon.. called on Friday evening November 18at the mid-year conferenceheld
TO ALL WHOM IT 7:30 at the Orang
PIERCE A LEWIS p.m. last week at Cocoa Beach.
for Divorce boa Church. Although Mr. and Mr
a Complaint Law MAY CONCUKN: Weaver Mr*. Delo Owlett during the
been filed egelnet you, and you Ill Attorney Rutland* at Building NOTICE III HEREBY GIVEN the hat been an area resident during the afternoon and week. Mra. Jonet Garden Community Building Present at the meeting were
eve put it
required to ..n. a of "Flciltlou one
ara cony that pursuant to the 714 George Street, Orange
year Anewr or pleadlnc' to (hiComplaint Orlando .FloridaOct. lama Dtatule." Section Ili.OI of for many year the It a nativeof ning. of our older retldentt who Mrt. Jim Dulgar, Mra. Bill
II, IB, Nov. I, IS, 1144i Garden The Ladle Auxiliary
on th* Plalntlffa attorney Florida Mtatulea, the Philadelphia Penn. She
(he 1141 Burton
OEOROB L. CLAPHAM, underl.ned, who ar* th* only with her husband Welcome home, Peter and travels by but to and from will hold it* annual Installationof Mra. Bill Pennnlngton,

t. North Court Avenue, Poet Of- Ifi'" THE parllo. Int.r..t.d In (hi .r.ln. camt young Connie' (Mr. and Mr. Corne- Michigan each summer, where elected and appointed officer Mrs. Larry Blankenshlp/Mr.
flee Hop toil, Orlando, Florida, 'OCNTY JUIOIICE COURT .rt.r bu.l nnn.anl.rprini ton and baby Betty to St.
and file the original An.w.r or OMCBOLA: COUNTY: FLORIDA. will pr..nt proof 01 publication Cloud, fell In love with Florid llut Cochrane, 1616 Janet St.) the viilt her ton. *. Mri. Haiel Collyer, Auxiliary Buck Murphy, Mrs. Fred Bros-
pleadlnr I In tha office of tbe NI). M4I. Notlc. and repiul.r with Th. Cochranet spent their Mr. S. G. Croi of Lakeland department, president
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or IN RE: ESTATE OF VF.RNA f .I \\r of the Cirruil I Court ofimoola and although over the year tow and Mrs. Dick Canada
befora day of December V. C A Pill' formerly VKRNA V ( County, Flnrld., (hifirtltlou. the hat traveled fir and wide, summer in txtenilv travel who lived her In 1846, wa tttt of Florida, will conduct The regular meeting will beheld
1MI. to do ao, a decree : ATEMAN. dereeeedNOTICB "PICKK,"
n.m. und.rwhich ilghUeelng, with an occasional' calling In town the hit of the the installation. The elected
pro cenfeeeo will be taken I 0?' they are .a..d In buel the It always happy to be lit November 16th at the
analnnt you for (hi r..lI.r d. INTENTION TO MAKE: na.. at Thaw Junction Oecela home again, In Florida. top for a vlilt with relative. week. officers are at follow:

minded In the Complaint AI'Pl.KATICHf. Foil County, Florida. Ihla 4th day Ml Rowena Orang In early summer they made a Mr. and Mr*. Erneit Hallen- President, Pearl Hengen; Sr. home of Mrs. Doe Patrick.
DATED at KlMlmme. Oecaola KISIAI 1)11 HAHUH of November. A.U. 1114 ,
County Florida thli Ird day of TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. Mr. plrkeni Woodward I Blvd., recently visited circle tour by train which included back of New York State have vice president, Anna Steiner

r November III. CERN: Haiei Woodward relative Mexico, Miiiourl; Ton- moved Into the Kamm houie Jr. vice president, Maud Factory Freak
OL.RNM RAY Clerk of the Circuit NOTICE III HBRBRT OIVEN Nov II II, III) Deo. I, loll In Ellljay, Georgia Avery Jamei
gonlxle Kaniai Littlefield treasurer Josephine
Court: Oicaola County, Florida that I. 0. Bataman .... filed hit enjoyable part of the ; recently owned by Erneit Phil. ; RUSSELL STOVER
(Circuit Court Real) final return aa Admlnletrator of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO"MAKIC visit Texas; Houston, Texas and a lip. Murray; chaplain Beatrice -
taken In northern
BT /Marjorla R. Hay he Eitale of V. Can*", APPLICATION' FURFINAL wa trip particularly interesting week Pearman; conductreit, Mabl :::.:T': Candies
Deputy Clerk formerly Varna V r"I .;nan, di. DIRCHARUBIN Georgia: Tennetiee, and Mr. D. G. Owlett and Charles PaId. BxlB4vlr at
Roe 4, II, It, ... 11(4KOTICH :4;: lh.t ha ha. fliad palltion THE: t-oUHT OF THECOUNTY North Carolina, where the fill of sIghtseeing In New Orleani, Riley were vlilting In Orlando Sercombe; guard, Ma Carnall.All .
Our final diachar... "and that hnwill JUIHIB.OHCKOLA L*. After returning to Orang St. Cloud Hotel
apply to the Honorable O. p. COUNTY FLORIDAIN coloring wa at its peak Friday afternoon. veteran are urged to
I. .... (..rt .,. .... ( ...., ........ Johneun, County Jud*. of Oiceola HE:. THE KHTATB.( OF Mr. and Mr. James E. Cooley Gtrden to pick up their car, Mr: and Mr. Frank Gamer attend the* meeting ....rr shop
County, Florida the 10th EVA MAE W1THEH8POON:
Oeeeela ( xmmtt, KlerldaIN they started off on the north.
RB THK ROTAtE OK 1 day of November. 'tm, for approval ""..". 1800 Orange Blvd., are at are back with ut, after several I
ARTHUR McK. 01(10CMloo.od I of aame and for final' dieVerna IN'" PROBATE home again after IS day trip, ern part of their travel. They week In Georgia.Among .
rhar. a. E..elltor 01 the islat.OS TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON vliited cousins In Camden S.
J ...., which Included vliitt with relative thoae
: V. Capp d..r. CERN: who have recently
To all Credllora, ttataea, DI. Thl. lind day ol October lOll. NOTICIC IS HEREBY OIVEN In Lexington, K,., Cincinnati C. and Lexington, K,., old returned for the FUEL
trlbuteea, and all Pereona having */ 5. D. IIATICMANAdmlniptrslor THAT I have filed my final report friend In Springfield Ohio. winter OIL
(Claim or Demanda against aald of the Kuteie of a* Eiecutor of the Ketate: Ohio and Huntlngton, are: Mr. and Mr. J. L. Frld-
Bitate.You Vprno V Cappa' formerly Vern of EVA MAE WITHERRPOON' W V. They also axrae that From Springfield they went Icy from West
Virginia who
and each of you ara hereby V. Hateman' deceaeed.: di crane d'; that t have filed I petition th fall to London, Ontario for a si Is KMOSENI AND FUEL OIL
notified and required to pre- Murray W Overdraft. Jr. 1 for final I dlichart l and that foliage ununuilly week visit with their are staying with their daughter .
Pont any clalma which I you, or ttorney for Administratoro I will apply to the Honorable pretty this year daugh. Mr*. Marshall O'Dell Mr.
either of you, may hnvi apain.( Ron ltd O. P. Juhnnon, County Judge of Mrt. Fill 1618 ter, Donna Wonnacott, her ; FOR PROMPT HOMI DIUVIIY
(ha of ARTHUR McK.OHEKN Florid' Oeceola County, Florida, on the Virginia and loin Mile Clark from SERVICI CALL ...
: : deceaaed I... of Oeceo. I KI..lmm'.b It, Nov. I, U, 1M4 14th day of December, 1114 for Janet Street and Mr. Walter husband, Paul, and year old Penniylvania; and Dr. and
I* Countv. rinrlde. lo the Countv approval of 'aame and for finaldlachara Ion, David. While In the area
E. Flook Mecoita Mich.
were Mr*. R. 0. Sudduth from GeorKit.
judg.oIu.idCountyat hla BASS
of. IN THE aa Ksecutor of the Katete FUEL OIL
they to Richard
floe In the Court Houe at KI- COUNTY IUIHI\I'I\ COURT, of EVA MAN WITHER united In marriage Wedneidty were tee .
Blmmee, Florid., within .!. cal OHCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.NO I UI-OON decened. morning at 10 o'clock at the II at the famou thakeipeart-
andar monlha from th* data oth |.I4 Thl loth day of October AD an theatre Stratford on Avon. Mr. and Mr*. Merlin Patter- KISSIMMU 147.2023
flrtt publication of hit No IN RREHTATK! OFALFItKI 1144. Firtt Chrlitlan Church, with ion of Akron, Ohio, a brother
tic*. Each claim or demand must !: ) U. AYRE8, Nathaniel. Jone Rev, Jimmy Cox ottld"tl They also visited their ton
be la writingand mont atata (hi I). .... Nathaniel Jones IC Corneliui Jr. and his familyin and wife of Mr*. Tenle Cox,
place of resilience of the claim IU.TJt11J Tn RKIHTOHB. K ecutor of the Relate of Mr. and Mr.. Flook rill: be at have been visiting Mr. Cox ,WISEU
ant and mUlt b. .worn to by tho TO AU. CRBIHTORM l.KCIA- EVA MAE WITHBItHPOON, home to their friend at 1618 Bowling Green, Ohio Cor- and
claimant,m" eaent or attorney, TICKs llIlTIIlliUTlgl: AND dcreeiedTHACKEH nellut Jr. I I. a teacher la the ton recently,, ''AMERICAN OIL CO.
; Janet Street. Heartieit .
1'RIIHONrl congratulation
or the will become void ao ALL HAVING !: AND ACKER Melonle Zoo haa. .Joined die
cord In* to law.Thle (LAIMH OK DEMANDHAOAINHT Hoi Ill Klnlmmea, l'Ia.AU. and best wishes university there Before returning Phillip Lucai family thu w
tha I day of November, HAiti ESTATE: ... for Kiecutor to Orange Gardens, < I HUTINO OIL WITH STA-CUAN
I.... You and pad.. of you are her*, Non 11 It, It. Dec .. lOll go to them making two sons and two
a/ Alice. H tn-aly by notified and required to pre. .-- Mrt Elizabeth Ladion hat they spent *lx week at their
Alice H. Bealy pont any nil..,. which you, or IN THECOUNTY -Jtrdena horn in Potomac, Maryland. -- -
tUecutrli of tha Ritat or ,Ither of returned to Orange ,
you may have aaelnethe JUIM1KS COURT
Arthur licK Orion, ettate Alfred B. Ayrea, OHCKOLA CXHTNTT, FLOKIUA 1714 Orang Blvd., from her.umm.r Dr and Mr. George Beauch-,' Kick off
deceaeed d rceaeed, late ef Oeceola County.Florida IN RK: KMTATB' OK home In Rockville amp had a* gueit this week the fun with newCHEVRON
.'. ,
.lIl1p R. Kelley to the County Judge of 8 OIHELA JOHNHTON
Mr. J. D. of
Mr. and
Attorney for EaecutrllI' aid County at bin office In the /k/a Harah Ulaela Johnston, Maryland.Dr. Harper
O Hoi lOll 'ourt Houie at Klaalmme, II..e..d. and Mrt. Elmer Freed Went Covina, Calif and Mr. "
It Eaat MonumentKlielmmee. lorlda, within alt calendar 1II0TU IO TO fHBDITOHi
and Mr Charles Ebert of
Florida monlhl from of Cape Coral recently visited *
tho dali of the 'I'n All ('radlloro, lila.trlbnlaca
Non I, If, It It 111. fIrst publication of thla Notl('.. and all I1.t;:: Ilay' Ugonier. Ind. Mr.. Harper I i.Mrs. II

Each claIm or d.m.nd mull b. nc Clalma or Demanda Atalnat Beauchtmp't couiin. She
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF In wnllinp and bunt lIat. the p.M Kalate .IKIIO plue Intereet and ooa(..
THE NINTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT pia" or r..lden" or the el.lm You and ach of you are here lava levied upon tha followln II the former Zola Fox, a well
IN AND FOR ant and musi b. .worn to by b ty notified and required to pre described personal property, to- known muilclan.
COUNTY OF tWCKOLA tho claimant hi. Spent or .ttor- clalma which I you or wit:
KTATB OF FLORIDA.IN ney, or the aeme: will becomeVoid : :rth'J you may hava apalnat On. racing car deecrlbed a* a Recent viiitort of Mr. and
ChANCERY NO. 4101 according' to law. tho ealati 01 N. Johnalon eprlnl IN RK.: ADDITION OFTHEHKBA Thla tha ifth day of October<< .10 known. He rah Uleela John' Chevrolet eniine. three carburetor
MARIE I'ROULX, III,. ton, decraaed late of Oecaola manifold, flberaUeebody and Mr. Wilmer Peterson of .
a minor, Ml'RNAT W. II County, Florida, to tha County with. bullet ahapad front llarlan, Iowa.Square .
liT I OVBItHTHKBT: JR Judia of Oeceola (County, Florl .ndaa .
ANDREW I RTEI'EN: and Murray W. Overetreet, Jr.Executor da, at KlMlmmea: Florida, with the property at th* above .the !
ALICE It. HTKI'KN: hi* wit.. I of; the Ketata of In all calendar montha from the named defendant and that on LILIELIERgaso/ines
I 'lIIoinll'Tf Oll'aelll. Alfred H Ayrea deceaerd.Ott data of (ha first publIcation of (the 14th day of November A. D DancersTo
) ) Id, Non I, II, II, 1144 his notice. Koch claim or da 1114, between th* legal hour. of
TO: HHKHRV I'ROULX Ml. KM. I wand be In wnitln I -p1.4lnlaat sam, namely Hot clock noon
abetha lloeiillal, Maehlnclon, IN THE:". P..: '. of reaidonr.sod on suN day at tha front door of Meet Tonight
11.1' I COUNTY Jl'lKIKH" COURT pont-offlc .dd,... of thelalmant tha Court llouaa In (Oaceol I
yOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat OHCBOLA ("COUNTY FLORIDA .. and b. aworn to b, County, Florida, I will offer for Smart play! Tank up with the modern
a Petition .... been filed I I. IN RK:: \ROTATE OF .I aaent; or 0(10mev eale I and aell to tha hlirhaet bidder Theorganliatlonofa I I
(Iii above elrled Court by An.dciv I LINTON a STEL'ERWALD, or h..nt.a':.:: will l become, voleacrordlna for r.... In hand th* above motor fuels custom-made to power
J. Ktepen and All R. Itepen. ,>eteeiiedNOTICB. ; to law. deerrlbed aa th* property Square Dance group will be '
hueband and wife, for thadoption I II TO CREDITORS Thla the iRk. day of November, of said rop.rt'd aD' to aatlafy conducted tonight at 8:30 0'. your busy life today Choose from 3

of Thereea Marl TO ALL Creditors, I,. ., II"4, aid Mcutlon
Salon All in- Chevron
Civic Center. great new gasoline Each
I lrouli, a minor, by the retltlon and oil I'ereona hevlnelalme Edward C. Grlnaom JrAa Robert M. Buckela clock at
.re, and you ar. required too :. or (Demand aaalnat aald Admlnletrator of Betata of : ".rIU of United people are urged to packed with livelier performance long-running
acme copy your Annwor orobj.cioni Cetale. M. ((aela "ohn.ton.k/. Sarah Oaceola County, FloridaOct. attend. .
paid (o chow caue why You and itch of you ere here Johneton dcaad. II, It, Nov. I. 1,. 1M4 economy. Besides, in Chevron and Chevron Supreme
Petition ihould not be
i by notified end required to I'r.t"l .- Cilia K. 101.Kienlmm.e.
.ranlod. on the attor".,. for clalma which FloridaAttorney 1
the antiknock
: you or you get Methyl compoundthat
tho Petitioner, Urlneon and MoWhlrter. you, may have aaelnet for Admlnletrator ,
II Vernon Avenue, KI. the eeute of Clinton n Hteurr i Nov. II, II. It, l*... I, 1144JHANUN WORKING AT HOME helps develop all the power built into
Immee, Florida tl.oJ"t.h th* Ilk I wald. d.c.unr 1, Isle of Oeceola I WOMEN MAKE **9
a-lnal In th* Of I Florida, to 'N THE CIRCUIT COURT Stop at Standard. Go with Chevron
of the Circuit Court at hla offlc i iudie Bounty t'ounty the at Kleelmmee l'.unty I ( COUNTY FLORIDA Women needed to work at home sewIng baby bib (aboutS car. livtly .

at th* Oeceola County Court ..rrr: ullhln eli calendar ANBKN AUTOMOTlVKN01NBER1NII mln. ca). Wt pay $3 per dot. No limit to tht number iii
Houee,'r.K I'i'I'.tI.: Florida' an. I montha from th* date of the INC., for material No Selling. No Wa take better of
or the of Decentber. llret publication of Ihl noll a California Corporation you can make. No charge can your car .1
AD. lIla; and upon you Each, claim or demand mull h* Plaintiff pottage. Materials to nil ordert tent postpaid (NOTE)
failure to do ao a Deere I'ro In wrltlnc and muet elate th \'11.QRVILLB. do to complete order.-
Confeeao will ba entered aaalniy0WITNB8H place of residence and pnet- PORTER, Client are paid promptly per .
off"'" addreei of th* claimant ivfenriantNOTIIH Work full or part Um. Bec.ue material postage. etc.< 1d
my hand and th. and b. eworn la b or iHr.Hirr-t PAlE 'free"bib
claimant t hla write Jutt to get a
Real of Mid. Court In Kledmm, OIVItNtraLo" are COItIy and many women
laent. or hi attorney, or It will NOTICE I* llt-HKBT: :
Florida, ShiP Ird day of Nu\'"",' become void according-* law Robert M liuckola! Sher and are not wrious about working w* uk you to tend M STANDARD'O
ber. A I It. IM4CT. Thla Octolier II, Hit.Keth.rlne : Oeoeola County. Florida, for and Application. M redeem
T. BEAUOlenn bib, UwtrucUon
( ( Bteuerwald under and by virtu of th* Jud. aewlng
Rayfll.RNN A. Ciecutrla of meat and airutlon heretoforeeeued able If you take liP our .rvlce. M not. we keep It for
K tY the Ealate of I out of tilt abv entitledcourt. Money order or coat to Steele Co., '
CLKHK of tha Circuit CourOeoeola Clinton R Uteuerwald In tha ploys handling your requeit v
County, Florida' l>eceaaed. wherein laid I ,rl'r:4: T140 So. Ashland Chicago. III.
Hy IPhlunjonii H. Hay Kllla: F. Davla Ju........ .aln.t said d.I..d.a"t. .

Deputy ('10thBRINIIN Kleelmmee, FloridaAllotniy I. lbs agirniato... aum of. .
for Kiecutrli. --- -- .v
I i
O. Hoi IIIKlwlmmee, FloridaAttorneya Oct. II Nov, t,_II.lI_ 1144 .

for petitioner I -
Nov I, II II. ... 114.

IN REEBTATE:: OF that punu..t to tho "P'lrliion
Name Rtaluta". Kertlon, of ,
HA MM, Dereaee- k
lITl'K 10 tHtatlTUM* the Itll Florid IIIat.'... the NO v
TO ALL CKKPITOHH. LI.OA.TEEB I'nderelaeed ar* th* tntereetedpirtlee .
DISTrtimrTKEWANn AIX Tn th* horelaafter named 1. hi ttM freem! I "I .
PERMON HAVINll CLAIMS OHPEMANDH buelneea anterprlee, will p roam"I f ( .
AUAINUT PAll) K- proof of publication of thla No. "o 0. ; COSTS USS TO OrtUTC thin C \j n I.S" -
tic tad ,
: ".I.t. with the Clerk ,
You:and each of you are hereby of '". Circuit Court *f ttoceola I : competitive "no frost" model!
I County Florida, tha flctitloua .
notified and required to pro. I
nama 'Lake Tested In laboratory under III .
eent any claim which you. er I Tohonekaliaa Iiia.idibstiap I ;

either of you may have aialnelth boy are .CumUli.....d In und. which } buns Gulf Stites summer uufe
eetete of limbs Bae, de.ceaaed buuinoaa .t r1 I 1
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Cowboys Down Blue Darters 22-7; Lyman Foe Friday..

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'. Last OrangeBelt If Cheerleaders Win Over

ContestBy Kowbelles in Powder PuffBy ,

Mike HaaklnaTho .

'I"". ,: ," Oaceola Kowboyoracked" tu iI Mlk* Haaklna to lead at the half, 10..
the most point of any h They
up Sharon Haddock rushed for cam on Just u strong

.. , game this season last Friday three touchdown Tuesday the seoond half t* MOD 18
when they downed the Apopka night\ to lead the Cheerleader point and hold the Kowbel'.e:

Blue Darter K-7. This over the Kowbellet M-0 In the to almost no rustling yardage

week they meet the Lyman annual Powder-Putf football Only one was thrown
e Gazette, XiulmniM, Florid, Nov 12W4-Pag* Nln* Greyhound her. ram Peggy Simpson added In the game and It was Intercepted. -
two scores for the Cheerleader Quarterback Cathy

Came to ComeThis and Glenda Matson one. Stewart shot a pass Into the

Probable Starting Lineups Haddock' scolds cam on *e* Nancy Spain,
will be the first meetIng two ill yard scamper and In linebacker, snag It for tII.ChHrl.adera. .
of the Kowboys and the the fourth quarter she broke The Kowbelle
wboys Positions Creyhoundske Greyhound and will be the loose around right end rushed were held each time they got

Wbluwoll LE Gene Winkleman last Orange Belt Conference 68 yards for her third score the ball, threatening no score

Barber LT Dave Mitie game for the home team this ,, itf itI" i.1 Simpson went over one from the whole game.
Smith the 14 and one from the 4 Each time the Cheerleader
cry Charles Wamerlren. season. Jack Blanton and Matson scored on a tl got the ball they scored Simpson
Spain C -Remlli. Toole Quarterback ,
Sabetto RG .Ron Green should be hot for the Greyhounds ,-. -, '"' ,, :)) ,,-,- yard run. was the big ground gainer
while Jim Cross will The Cheerleader cam on for the Cheerleader wish 118
Parker RT ,
he eve Smith RE John Denny Overton be leading man for the Kow- PLENTY OF ACTION was the order of the evening Tuesday when the Osceola High Cheerleader strong at the first of the yard rushing
field In the annual Powder Puff football game. In the
I.mll QB Jack boys.Friday's. met the Kov.belles en the athletic _
ry Blantons of the ball but the ended with the Cheerleaders -
Preston HB Paul Lalllbert picture above, the Kowbelles have possession game
HB tinning 86-0.I (Photo by Eby)
Phil PernultIII Win

cry Crulll Dmmek WB FB Terry Toole Jim Crum powered the way CAP Plans Chamber BanquetContinued Novice Makeslloke"fnOne LOW PRICED STATION WAGONS

owbo eapteine this weeks: Bill Hankins, Steve Parker, Jim for two touchdown to lead the

um. Kowboy to a 22.' victory ovr Cadet Hike ( from par 1)

the Apopka Blue Darter Jr. reau and The Orange Blossom Ed Carter, green keeper at IfAl FALCON TUDOR WAGON. 895"mtcNiv.
H. duPont .
Colonel 3.
Friday In Osceola stadium. Trail Association<< assure u* the Osceola: Golf and Country
l Players of the Week Crum rammed over from the Florida Civil Wing Air Patrol Commander announcedthe of of letting many people from Club, shot a hoi In one Sunday aroRDOR WAGON 795001'S.
and Wingback Gary Dym- the Number 8.
one many states know that KIsslmmee on 395It39
tart of the largest CAP CHIVe S PORDOR WAGON
d, ,aug1EUGENE ,.- mek added to the second period senior Invites each and all Ed, who only started playIng >
rally with a 14 yard scamper recruiting drive for new to visit our area and to take golf a couple of month 295ItSI
over the Apopka goal line. and cadet member ever held advantage of our residentialand ago, was using n four Iron. ILSIL rORDOR WAGON ....
The Blue Darter kicked off In the stat of Florida.
and recovered on a first quarter A 20 percent Increase In recreational facilities CHIVe 6 PORDOR WAGON 295
play when a Kowboy slid both categories la expected 'Th* beautification i of 8tvM Refrigerator

r over the ball trying to cover within the next two month acoordlng Broadway wa a project: that USED FURNITURE
the onildes kick Th Apopka to Col. DuPont, a* h* has become a reality, For several
eleven failed to move and on scanned the strength reportsnow year w* rave worked StwtHThurmondII .. SMCIAl1962PALCONRANCHIRO
totaling more than 2,000seniors through our road committeeto
fourth down punted to the N. Gertrude S4. at RR
obtain 830 and id
and 8,000 cadets. a new -
r Kowboy
Th Kowboy started down Openings are available for four lanlng of 441 from Kliimme Orlando PORDOMATIC ..........................995ALUMINUM
field but the Blue Darter men and women adult of good to St. Cloud. The**

held. Apopka set up play on character Both pilot and non- efforts now bear fruit and

Its own 20 yard line and on pilot are welcome. Boy and soon Kliaimmee will be the Call '
the first play wa* thrown for girls, 13 to 18 may join the wagon wheel hub of the finest e e PICKUP COVIRUw

a three yard loss. On third cadet program If they maintain network of roads In Florida Parks Furniture Co.BROASTED Profit with wlndwws-Uk. Naws40000

down Halfback Dewey Wincey a suitable grade averageIn "Several light industries zee rr.' rue se .f Tea
: 1\\ shot off right tackle and raced scholastic studiea. have moved to Klssimmethrough .
.., ..u
\ 83 yards for the Blue Darter The Klsslmme Cadet effort of our C. of
j' only score of the game. Squadron will be open for recruiting C and its members

Th extra point was good on : on November 18 and Special music was presentedby
; a run by Glen Carter and the November 23. The meeting organist John D. Cehrett AUTREY MOTOR CO.
\ ar held at the Civic Centeron
i,' .. 4GARY Kowboy trailed 7-0. and the audience sang "God
The Blue Darter kicked off Monday night from 7 p.m. Bless America"" CHICKEN MIBDU OP HOAtWAT
SPEIRS DTMMFJC and on the first play Halfback to 9:80 pm. For more Information Mon than 200 person attended INCI IMS'
Top Lineman Beet Back Terry Robert fired a on joining and local the banquet u eitarllsh FREEZETTE $
pas to Mike Smith who was squadron activity contact let a new record. The previous DKIVE-IN
Eugene Speiri, son of Dr Gary Dymmek, son of Mr wide open but the pass ever LU Sheila Williamson during high was 180 persons.
nd Mrs. E. R. Spelrs, wa and Mrs. John Weir, was selected shot him. Th Kowboys punted. any of the weekly meetings. -- -
hosen lineman of the week back of week for the
The Kowboy topped Apopka
fter Frld.,'* game against second consecutive week.'ed *
the Blue
and took over on Unsafe
popka. H* played almost the an excellent game and Darter 85 yard tin*. They Boating NOWmNM

ntlr game against Apopka. one of his finest offensive drove to a first and 10 situation Below Range
le played a fine offensive game this season. Gary scored on the 14 yard line. Dym-
am* at center and was excel- the tying touchdown and reek raced around 'left end for
ant on defense's a line-back. had 24 yards for six carries.Also first Steve You can't even get an out.
the Kowboy acore.
board down Klstlmme
r. Eugene had sin assist and he made five unassisted Parker kicked the conversion
River below the Bombing .A'
ocklea, .
Atacklet&osse? bee ice|Nl del and If{ was anybody' game IT ,, _
Th if old imrofle!? ct. ;4 Range, report R, O. "Rip" ,. '" "
year I
)0 i'
an excellent job of btockTng7A<< again, tied ,I4-)/ Collins who attempted to bringan I' ia\1
erman wear jersey 'no. .
le I.I 5' 10" toll and weighs 16 year old junior letterman After an exchange of punt Inboard up the river but '!
60 he 28.IIIIII"'W' the Kowboys set up play on ran out of water at the Road
pound wear jersey no
the Apopka 47 yard line. They 98 bridge coming north. Get a free
.- moved In a sustained drive to In between the Road 98
the one yard line where Crum bridge, two new dike and
a CIS aeries for Memory Gardens plunged Into the end ion. Th lock are scheduled for construction
lunker[ Wins I sustained drive wa spearheaded so that there will be

by fin run by Crum and navigation and flood control
St Cloud Motor won three
games from Park Furniture Dymmek. Parker made the year around, h* reported. check-up on your car
Handicapmrnament conversion and the ,
Elaine Adam had a 639 aerie According to Collins, even
for the Motor team.Ken' were ahead It.". an outboard couldn't go up toE
\ Th Kowboys kicked off .- Fish Camp, just north of
Service Station won again and the Blue D.rt.fIwere the Road 98 bridge Ho laid
business insurancethis
three Bowl Lanes game and from Elon'i Orange Beauty on their own 20 yard line. h* was told there Is very little home or

Bowling In the last quad of On first down Apopka Halfback water at the Bombing range,
Salon three
won gamesfrom and that those South
h Dewey Wincey was hit traveling
Handicap 1-6-9 Tourna-
St. Cloud Cleaners.
ant at Orange Bowl Lane, behind the line of scrimmageand below the Highway 60 bridge
(larold Hunker rolled the high fumbled. End Gary Tern- may run out of water.Kiwaniang .
pleton 1.1on\ the fumble for week !
our game series of 971 to win Osceola Cancer
irst place Louis Young the Kowboy setting up their
lonely followed with 968 to Clinic ServesAs third touchdown on the six
ate second spot. yard line. Crum drove to the Of Missile BaseA
Model Unit one and then carried over forth
Other winner were: Frank score. Parker' kick was guided tour was taken ', I
IcCann 930, Wendell Dodd Tueaday through Cape Kennedy The listed below
wide to the left and the half i. : professional Independent agents
26, Pete Barber 923, Al Thirty-seven patient from ended with the Kowboy leadIng by member of the KI. ,
home 917, Les Sutton ,IS, Osceola County received help 207. wanla club through audio presentation ;w' can save you money, give you better protection
erry Armstrong 909, AI! from the Orlando Tumor Clinic of Dr. Harrow Getty, ,
lackman 901. during the past year, a* .- At the beginning of the sec Dr and Mr*. Catty made t'
ond half the Kowboya kicked
Daily scratch aerie winner service rendered by the Oeceola off and the Blue Darter setup the guided tour last week a* ':'
ere Madeline Hunker 658, County unit of the American part of the Stat Chiropractic
es Sutton 877, Louise Young Cancer Society, Rotarian tin play. On on second their down own Jack 15 yard Ty convention In Orlando. Mr. If you haven't had the insurance on ance specialist who must meet professional -
IB, Harold Hunker 935. were told Monday by Bill Jour- nor Intercepted an Apopka Getty was privileged to sit In your car, home or business reviewed by standards designed to protectan
High game winner were nigan of St. Cloud. the VIP stands for the launchIng .
arold Hunker 280, Le Sut- Th speaker, who has been pas Th on Kowboys the 25 yard were thrown* of Mariner HI on Its trip Independent insurance agent reyou.. Because he represents not one

'n Handicap 280 Louise Mixed-Up Young Scotch 248. Identified with the countywide back by a 15 yard penalty then to Mar. cently you may be in for a shock! You but several strong, reliable insurance
cancer fund drive for
ouble will be on slat this several years, pointed out thatIn pas regained play the from lots Gary on a 18 Hsrrellto yard Flower may find you are paying needlessly high companies, he is free to select the best
ek-nd. In this event, teams For An Occasion
.less than two decade the
nslst of two men, two worn-. ratio of cure to cases hat short Wing of back a first GarlIalld.down Parker Still premiums. or that you are under- insurance policies for you at the best

.or one man and one wornTher risen from one out of five was called] upon for a field EWE' HUGH'SFLOIU5T Insured because the policies you bought price.
will be
special prisesily.
to out of three. "It be
one can
goal try from the 24 yard line
Starting time for both one out tnrday and Sunday will be but It fen short and the BlueDarter. u Broadway 847-4SM proAn independent insurance agent offers
checkup and] early treatment
were ready to try tection need
m ,* he declared. again from their own 20 yard you you other big advantages too, His sere

BUSINESS LEAGUE Florida rank highest among line. The attempt failed and This week-November 8 to 14-is Proicc. for example continue long after
G. Le Dairy 1 Increased state In th* incidence of akin they punted. Th Kowboy HARDTO ,

ir lead in the Klaslmme cancerj; lung cancer la highestIn tried to mov and ewuldnl endpunted tection Week throughout the nation, a you've bought policy from him. When
_, ncn's League 81nt hockApopka's .
New Orleans leukemia I I.
by taking all four point highest In New England; he Wincey was held perfect time to check up on your car, you have a loss, he's on your side. lie

i Rife' Market, willie aec- said. on the one yard line. Th* Blue home or business insurance protection. uses his professional skill, knowledge
place PhU and Net was Darter tried to move the ball
One out of four American FIT?
[ing three point from Or. sill. have every cancer, and out but their effort failed and For a free analysis of your coverage and independent position to make sure
Bowl Lane Kissimme
e Wincey was tackled I la the end
290 thousand American will
am Store cam to within dl. this year from cancer, he .en* ky Sidney Bronaon and (including an accurate appraisal of the you are paid promptly and fairly And

point of second: plat by continued. "But 90 thousand Richard Bryant for a safety, worth of home call there are no charges for these services!
Ing all four point from could be _'".' The) Kowboy* led 22-7 present your ) one

|IV>gh Radle.aerie this week wa The Oaceola County unit hat Fullback Jim Cram gained I I"J'rd' Men Shoe of the Dig T insurance agents listed Why settle for less Get your free

ff Hughes *f T. C. Leo served u a m.de4or. ethereeontke rushing, but wa In* evt th*practically first \ below a member of the Florida Asso- Protection Week insurance check-up
the speaker said and
y with a 898 crtck. Oth- all of the ascend.. period K'e Stock Slie
has elation of Insurance this week from
far T
850 MaiP a reputation overrunning a Big
kvw were George and only r.ltll.... for a
I S 13Width
u.Novels Wet 884.Moon High and its The goal national by 200 to erga.leaties 400 percent tout night'. Jack effort Tyner of 80 yard.risking. took to AAA IEEE Agents. You'll find him agent who displays this

by Were Moon with 232. was founded to 1918 and .'. place *nd pounded cut ant* experienced insur seal.
raised 8800 thousand frees
i M ller wm seat with a 87 yards whil Dyasmek rushed FAMOUSBRANDS ,
Bublk U 1.... A i
Mbwrlptiot) I
and with
Hughes for M and Terry Roberts TCU
iHigh team aerie wa by Mtiofrwid campaign t* 1945 for U yard. Th Blue Darter idiltlulnle
Motor 2968 with brought m 84 Millie. and ta
with outstanding ground gamer" T11.1
194 coatributieM ran .. |40mill DISCOUNT
aPoSCEOLA was Dewey Wincey with M
SQUAWSWheel *., making th* AmercaaiCaawer yard '/ r.. er/IN
Ie Steak House Society the largest orgaaiutton PRICES

.... game t. Oereela of its kind ha th* Tardxlth

) Tuesday night and fen nation.Abaejt. It...*,* .... Darter* Sue" 10'9. pairNORMAN'S
.. third. of the .. .. '
1 Blac*. Nancy Adams ,J
I. let ...... t
t a 208 game and a 601ad .y raW peon for research, H
I Jean Humbl had a currently eaatentraUd M lee- 1<2 yard reeking 77 '

for Paddle Wheat Seals JouraJgM ..... JI(1M- If yard ,...., IU J JYIIW,.. _

Memory Garden sees per east for pe U* Jot .
r game tress Barto ,,_"-- 10* far ptsdrode... I Merceytie pes 8 SHOES t .....,.......Ar RF

put them te al ........ .*% (tf U* r.. IF' ,e .
There Mailer MardI foal bas bees met) ,.. 4-tt pests (eel) Mlt 36 W. Central Aria t.,,' *H.*Mem J Meant CrpWall 1 t ,Ji1' '
I game and a 878 go for service lnrtieM bh* f-bU* I O, ...).. IU '.1"'! '
> Helen rklpn h4 th* Orlando Tamer Oaak. M yard peneJty 19 : !1 :, "


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Welcome Visitors, Residents to Kissimmee Your Winter Home

THE 40

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NOVEMBER 12 1964 Winter Visitor Section

p !(. A. S. T. Winter

Hub of ActivityThe


hub of activity for the when the club I I. opened to Uy

winter resident It at the Kltilmme public
All-State Tourist Club Ills I I. only a beginning, for

1.z which boasts a schedule to busy alto offered art court for *huffltboard .

that no one has a chang to get which I I. by far the most

homesick for the things "back popular, toque and horto-ihot
how". The club house, located at the

The club was first organisedIn shuffleboard court, I.I opened at
all times for those wishing to
1'24 with Charles Gaylord ai
card just alt and Bait l
the lint president. Though Hi play or
the shuffleboard court are
roots wen small, they were firm
In 1030. available to alt
and It was Incorporated
Each year a hobby show I I. btU
The membership lilt year was
and Canada and members an encouraged to
1033 with 17 states
exhibit their hobble, collections
represented. Ohio ltd. the group
This how attract
-.M with II, followed closely by New or handiwork.
bit of attention and I*
quit a
York and Michigan with 69 tach.
to the publle.lI.ndltratt .
Following Charles Gaylord, the ctaaati are held

presidents through the years have oath Wednesday afternoon, a club

included K. C. Wilson, ItslSI| picnic I I. an annual' affair, and

KISSIMMEE NIGHT BCENE-Th Klsslmmt downtown business district give appearance of a Dr Charles Brtttltr-ltttla, 19301916 <- potluck suppers art hold throughout *
Moat visitor T. 8. Parka, 1.4....4.! T.
picturesque Florid city. During the day the tarn are li bun with business activity. ; the summer month.
district. Photo by Ebjr) W, Bullett. WM850 F. A.
comment on the clean and progressive appearance of the Broadway business | Lasting friendships art mad
Crowley, W0.1.52j U W. Colt, and folk keep coming hack year
1V5S-J9S4 C. E. Matt, 1.66.11&11II.
| after year to take up where they
8. Ayres, 19571 Ray Btrayer, "left off when spring cam and

Officials Greet 11I61.1t681 James MiTaggart, their chore back home beckoned.
City 11160. ltell i. A, McGllllrray, The current president

li MeTaggart Guests VisitChnlnbcr
The schedule of activities 'In.

Winter VisitorsCity eludes a Monday night card party
Our each week, with game such at FirstThe

pinochle, canasta, contract, euchre -
and (00 leading the popular XUtlmmo Chamber ofCommerc
official greet and get acquainted with available to all.
of Klulmmo My poll. building was made
U held *
were hosts to the Kliilmme All- the newly-arrived winter guestsand Each year a hobby encouraged show to On Tuesday night the evening possible approilmattly I. e n
and are
State Tourist Club and other year-round resident the first exhibit their hobbles, collection starts with a half hour communIty years age by the City of Klulmme .
guests at a party beginning at Th party followed handiwork. ling, .ltd. by Jay Buffner with .
8 p.m. Tuesday at the Community meeting of the K. A. 8 T. thisyear. or friendship are mad Maude Dunsmor at the piano. A Located on Monument avenue

House, to officially begin the Much of the winter attlvU through Lasting association In the many brief business meeting li held at Mar th Community HOUM the

tourlit winter" season of actlvi- tie tenter around the program and varied activities. T.JO, followed by varied programspresented headquarter ti on of the tInt

developed by the organisation. Many of the winter visitors by civic organisation, place a visitor. gee. Ala It I II
ties.Mayor Russell Thacktr welcomed Thee Include oclaU recreational from whichManager
have been making Klsslmme churches and firm In the city the headquarter
the guests and invited and cultural activities! their horn for several year Thursday nights art labeled Bob Berllniky plans
them to avail themselves of and The club house, located on "entertainment" night, restricted for Kltilmmt
U opened at while other ar* her for the first progress
enjoy their stay In their winter shuffleboard court, entirely to mtmbtra.Saturday The winter residents register tt
home-Klulmmee. all time for those who wish to time. 1000 Joined the club forth night art for the the Chamber and can chock to III
All city official and department play card or just sit and visit, IMJ44 sesson. 'young at heart"dance night, It their friend. hay arrlvtd
head were on hand to and the shuffleboard eonrt art

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VARIETY OF ACT'IVmr.sll.ffleboar.. U on* of the Major winter recreational activities During the season maay, tevmamenu ace conducted. .In .hick winter guests CM

tat their akilL AI Haut, local boslaeMmaa. photo left make a pctMntoUoti of award A regular K. A. L T Member tests the shuffleboard. towt, conies akoto(thetas, aM by M Eky easy),

related group enjoys playing. card, photo righL

Gazette. Kissimmee' Fla. November 12,1964 I
Page TWO-Winter Visitor Section

I Lakefront Park Long a Popular Area AttractionBoating I

has become and goodwill through these vl.l- sponsors beautiflcation of this
lake but nearly every day speedboats This park a meets
Zoo fishing craft, sailboats and for Central Florida's "small fry" tors.The park.
many skiers are dotted over the for school groups ss well as family Junior Chamber of Commerce Much has been written and
waters. parties come bjr bus and ear some years ago created a many thousands of people view
Monument The ever-Increasing number of to take advantage ot the educations bathing beach just across from the Monument of States each
Most Noted boat trailers are coming from and recreational activitiesthis the zoo which became extremely year. It was built by the late
distant areas of Central Florida. Klsslmmee park affords. popular with young and old alike. Dr. G. W. Bressler-Pettls, who
Far-seeing were Klsslmmee's Many owners store their boat In The visitors take a few minutesto The area has a number of picnic gave so generously of his meant
early city fathers when they set the boat basin at the Klsalmmee stop and case at the Monument pavilions and barbecue pits for and of himself for the betterment
aside section of Lake Tohopeka. Boat Home which Is owned and of States, then go to the persons who want to spend an at this city. It will ever be a
llga's waterfront to be used for operated by Carl Rudd hose too and playground.Klsslmmee's afternoon and evening of loafing monument to his memory.
what has become the city's lovely name Is lynonlmous with boatingand too also has beenan out In the open. The Msklnson-Carson Legion
Lakefront Park. Lake Tohopekellga. Thereare attraction for nearly 40 years. Brlnson Park, named for Klsslmmee's Home was built on. the lakefront
The tremendous Central Florida other boat houses privately Klsslmmeo Is one of the smallest beloved physician, the
has land valuesat America with late affords In 1933. Its members have shared
growth placed owned. towns in a too. Haynes Brlnson a
a premium and now the need The spacious Klsilmmee All- Thousands of adulta and children shelter built by Rotary Club this building with civic organisa
of such recreation areas is being States Tourist Club was built visit. the too and the city's return where family reunions and picnics tions for meetings and entertain.
realised. A long-range county nearly 40 years ago and has had Is three-fold in advertising are held. The Garden Club ment.
wide recreation site program was several additions to It, affordingIts
recently presented to county MM members with an auditorium
commissioners for future action. for meetings, entertainment
Few recreation areas are found and dances and card rooms
which are so lovely and offer and kitchen facilities.
such diversified attractions as Thirty-three s h u ff\\e boa r d You'AII Are WelcomeAT
does Klsslmmee Lakefront Park. courts have been built and many
Not only at the natlonall,. tournaments are held here. Nearby
recognized Klsslmmee Boa". are horseshoe and tennis
Cade are man, boats seen on the courts.



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GREAT FISHING ARKA-The Klsttmraee area has many of the
but fishing places In the world. The map supplied by the Klsalm
m.. Chamber of Commerce shows numerous places where'the big
on. may be taken. Also the area Is a haven for water and boating
the enthusiasts waters. as is attested to by the ever Increasing numbers on CHECK WITH BRUCE


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are) the largest real estate firm In Oscoola .

County, and we specialize'' In telling

residences. Whatever the size, whateverthe Make Your Selection Now!

price, furnished or unfurnished, at the
location of your choice anywhere Osceola Low Down Payments.Build .

County, we have a home for you. Our busIness .
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their special desires and needs ... If you're :.
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Growth of Klailmmet It Ita acceaaablllty. Tare 3-Winter Visitor Section
It I I. served by the Atlantic Coast The Caiettii Kimlmmee, Florida
ReflectedIn Line Railroad on route between November It, 1964
Tampa and Jacksonville and a
Municipal Airport with three BON AIR HOTEL
Operation ((3) St. Teteriburir. This road li completed .
6,000 foot runwa,..
from Orlando through
Kliilmme li the County Seat The serving principal Klulmmi Federal and Highways Oireola -- Tampa. KISSIMME'S NEWEST FREE UTILITIES
of Otceola County which I. iltu- The City of KlMlmmee li irov
County US-441 running
stud In the South Central Section North through Knoxville, Ironed by a Commlmlon Management Dally Maid Service T.V. Room :
of the Slate and covers an area Tennessee and South to West form of government, four '
of about 1,470 square relief approximately Palm Beach and Miami US-IT ((4)) Commissioners are elected at Rooms and Efficiencies It
070 of which It covered running North through Orlandoand large on a non partlaan basis for /
by water. Otcvola County It Jacksonville to serve the entire two ((2) year overlapping terms 10 per week and up
generally recognized at ont of East Coast with direct connections and one (1)) MayorCommlulonerli
the leading range cattle areas In Washington Philadel- elected annually This body do 9 I. DAKIN
Florida and the Klulmmet Live- phia and N.w'orll City,and US. (Continued on page 4))
stock Market It the oldest auction 92 running Southwest to Lakeland i
market In the ..tate.A and Tampa and Northeast
Urge amount of Citrus I. through Orlando to Daytona
frown In this area and this bual.n. Beach. The Sunshine Parkway
... bal doubled In alit and pro- crosses Oareola County In a generally .
duction In the past fifteen ((16)yeart. ) northwesterly direction
Along with the rest of the just East of Klulmmet and I. WELCOME WINTER VISITORSTO
Slate of Florida Kliilmmea'a now open to traffic from the In.
Tourist Trade hai Increased at avery terchanget at It* junction with
rapid rate and small wonder US-17 US-441 and Interstate KISSIMMEE
with the many recreational Four ((4) between Orlando and
advantagea In and around Klaalmmet Xlailmmet The Northern portion
and Ita fairly even year of the Parkway provides a direct
round temperature of approximately connection with Interstate 8ev
seventy (70)) degreea.Occeola tnty-flvt ((75)) to Atlanta and
County la truly ont of points North. Interstate Four ((4)
the few hunter'a and fliherman't will lOOn be completed and provide -
paradiM left to the United State. a direct length across the WE ALWAYS LOOK FORWARD TO HAVING :
today. Another major advantage state between Daytona Beach and
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The 1964-65 season of the KIs.
simmee All-States Tourist Club
sI started Tuesday night with an \
a evening of entertainment sponsored WELCOME
by the City of Kissimmee, w
which took this opportunity to
welcome the winter residents
back for another busy season. OPEN W"
The program for the KAST
meeting i I. varied a* lilted below
i closest

Nov. 17 Xlsstmme High ZOO
School SUN. 530

Nov. 24 Kissimmee Music

I Center Dec. 1 Osceola High School

Chorus TOtltpOMATtEiI!

Dec. 8 Mid Florida "Fops"
Concert APfRECU1D
GENIAL OFFIClALS, Manager Charles Tyson and Alton Dec. 15 Pint I Methodist
(Butch) Parriih, director of finance, go over problem of city fi Church
nance. City officials always are most cooperative In helping the Dec. 22 Free Methodist II
new resident or visitor become at'horn* by helping with city prob Church CITY ATTRACTION-The sign welcomes visitors to Klsslmmee'i

lems. (Photo by Eby) Dec. 29 Open own coo. It U ore of the largest toot in any town of similar size
Jin. S Election of Officers and Kliilmmee It one of the smallest town In the United States
Jan. 12 Orlando Sweet Ade having a 100. Thousands of visitors go through lU gate annually.
Area Recreational lines (Photo by Eby)

I Jan. 19 -. Osceola High School

Advantages 'Lure'Continued Band
Jan. 20 Chamber of Commerce

( from page 8)termlnei ) lakes to the great Lake Okeecho- Feb. 2 Martinalres of Mar- COMPLETE
bee and back.
the policies of the City tin Co.
and employ a City Manager to The City own and operate a Feb. 9 Rotary Club SALES AND SERVICE
carry out the policies lit by them. zoo which I I. a major attraction Feb. 18 Hunt Bros.
In addition to the normal govern for the entire area and Klssim-
Feb. 23 Seventh Day Adventists -
\ mental functions, The City of KUalmmee mee Is one of the smallest citiesIn -

owns and operates its the United State who m.ln-
own electric, generating and distributing Mar. 2 Mid Florida "Pops"
system. The system has tains a zoo for its people. The concert CHRYSLERPLYMOUTH

a total generation capacity of Community House and Civic Center Mar. 9 First Baptist Church
10,920 Kilowatts which Is provided are facilities used by the
Mar. U Orlando BarbershopChorus
by sis ((8) diesel engines ranging Recreation Department to provide VALIANT
In size from 820 Kilowatts to a well rounded recreational
3,000 Kilowatt program for all ages and these Mar. 23 St Luke Baptist
The City has recently contracted facilities are used quite extensive Church
to add a total of 4,000 Kilowatts I ly. The world unique Monumentof Mar. SO Lions Club
States I Ia another attraction
to Its generating capacity.The
City prove In dollars and which I* viewed by thousands of Apr. t Junior Chamber of

cents that its slogan ("Public visitor each year. Commerce.
Power Save Taies") by transferring GOOD USED CARS
from the Electric Fundto
the General Fund during the WINTER VISITORS HAVE BEEN DINING

current fiscal year 1944-65 $151,- WITH US FOR THE PAST 8 YEARS .
000. It I I. Interesting to note that
this amount I I. a* much a* all THERE MUST BE A REASON.TRY .
other tax payers In the City of
Klialmmee pays In way of adva-
lorem taxes. Were it not for this US AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
large contribution to the General TYNER MOTOR CO.ST. .
Government it would .
I be necessary to double the ORANGE BLOSSOM RESTAURANT
present tax millage. Klssimme I I. CLOUD, FLORIDA
j alto noted for Its two ((2) annual .
Silver Spurs Rodeos' which 205 BROADWAY KISSIMMK
rank with the nations top rodeo
attractions and attracts thousands L
of spectators from all over 111.1,12110in
the country. Klaiimmee I* also
nationally famous for its unique
Boat-a-Cade which la an annual
11 affair that attract boating enthusiasts
from a very wide area Iv
I to participate In this very well
planned cruise down the chain of t

Local Weather :

\ Always Ideal

In KissimmeeWeather


(ale) you are a shuffleboard -
fan. fisherman or sun-
soaker KUilmmee has the Ideal
Take for example the report of
the U.S. Department of Commerce
weather bureau OB KUslmmee -
weather. r
The annual average maximum
temperature is 83.1 and the mean .
average Is 59( degrees.
The average highest temperature
In a given Summer I* 99/ degrees
and this occur about eight\
time a year. The average low .In
a cold map la between U and M
degree and this occur frequently We Cordially Invite Our Winter Visitors
U December to March. I* a
real cold snap the thermometerwill To Come In and Browse Around
drop lower but this I* the
exception U the rule.
About .... inches. ., rain fall
each year, with the greater part HERZBERG'S SADDLE SHOP
of It coming la the fall or the 12 DarUnpa KlMimmee.WI.
eo-caUcd rainy season.


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November IS, 1994 __ Winter Visitor, SectionPr e Five

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SILVER SPURS year the Silver Spur present Uo rodeo at the arena on Highway i
441. Pictured above art the quadrille flag bearers welcoming the crowd to the show.iA TOURIST ATTRACTION-Gatorland Trail to Orlando I I. one of the moil visited attraction In this area.
I The alligator farm of Owen Godwin has received world-wide pub-
I Hclt;.

% Galorlnml Is Unique

I Tourist Attraction I

1 I Gatorland, Owen Godwln'i fa. Besides. the fine specimens of
1 1 1yrrs mout tourist attraction on the Or. wildlife Gatorland feature a gift
t'' once Blossom Trail just north shop that hat alligator bal
,, of Kliilmmrt, wit' designed to bt handicraft and touvtnlrt.
J Florldt't finest Alllrttor farm
and It just that Godwin and Oa. BUILDING BKTH NEW
torland begin with their 15th year Rt'OKIIIN: KUS8IMMFKKUalmmet :
on January I.
I Today thousands of tourists construction soared
visit the attraction and the moat over the $2 million mark for the
I appealing feature la they can"handfeed" first time this year. The new
i the hurt galore at building" record It nearly double
they swim In Gatorland't la""' the |.9,700 record act In 19(10
In addition to alligators\ thaI It It four time greater than the
I attraction offers crocodiles, u,. 141X1,6411 set In 1BBO.
I men, monkeys' baboons snakes There were two other year
from all over the world. iwani, when total building and repair
lebrat flamingos turtles, gilt amounted to more than f I million
HOBBY SHOW-The Kltalmme All.6UU. Tourist Club holds a hobby show etch February. This It monsters and doient of specimens In WT the total was' $1,010,31)9
open to the public. (Photo by Eby) of Fl rlda'. wildlife and 1951 approached tm million.


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SPECTATORS watch at the weekly auction sale at the Klsiimmee

Ji I I1RINSON PARK-Located it the corner of Lakeshore and Neptune Road- -It designed for the pleas Livestock Market This exciting ahow attracts many visitors
ur reildenti and travelers alike with picnic facilities and attractive landscaping (Photo by Ebjr) throughout the year

Kissimmee Area Offers


Much to New ResidentsIn WINTER

this comprehensive question A-"We have a fine school aim III.' there are two private VISITORSYou'll
and answer survey, Bob Berlin. system which la In the midst of hospitals with 100 patient capacity.
sky, enterprising manager of the III greatest building program.Construction St. Cloud hat one hospital
Klulmmee Chamber of Commerce of the new campus with 25 bed capacity. We have
tells what the Klulmmee type high school facility la nearIng staffs consisting of several physicians .
area hat to offer newcomers completion and a program< Is and surgeons and registered
residential or commercial. act up to take care of our schools nurses. Also there are ch'rnprac- Find What The Natives
i Q-Where It Klulmmee located .s growth calls for them." tors, dentists, optometrist We
? Q-What kind of public parka, have fine veterinary facilities Already .Know .
I A-"Kisslmme* It the seat of playgrounds does the area haveto toe
OMeola County, located IS miles offer Q-How are housing facilities For DUALITY CleaningHave
} south of Orlando 65 mile northeast A-'We have ail public parka, A-"Rentals at this time of Your Work Done At
11 of Tampa, and 55 mile wet two playgrounds and fine picnic year are usually scarce but some
of the Atlantic ocean and the grounds In Lakefront Park. We are available. Rental start at
great missile Industry Brevard have several baseball fields, I ITS and go aa high a* $I2S per
County. football field and a baseball and month. There are some 40 to SO
Q-What are the average climate football field for colored school apartments available with rentals ow
figures T He have a fine Community from ISO to 171 per month V>*
A-our temperature In House, Jaycee. operated beach have several privately owned
average boat shuffleboard trailer all with utilities
adequate parka
winter la II.7, In spring 73.2. In ramps
courts, tennis courts and a and sewer facilities with rental
summer 81.7. In fall 6H.2 or an
umber of other recreational facilities approximately $23 per month"QWhat
annual of 71.2 F. Our
average rainfall, by Inchc. l. to say nothing of the finest arrangement are Norris Cleaners
fishing area In the world"Q available for home building
2.31 In January, 262 In April
7.63 In July, and 3.93 In (October -What are the local medical A-"W. have plenty of lots,
for an annual average of 20.24." facilities contractors building materialsand Ralph and Cleta Jaynea, Owners
of AWe have I fine public labor plus all conventional
Q-What la the topography
103 E. Dakin
Ae. 817-1911
of financing
\ the area? health service affording two clinics
A-"Rolling country, since we and adequate staffs. In Kla- (Continued on page 10)
are located In what has 'been desIgnated .
aa the 'Ridge' section of
I rlorida"
Q-What Is the population of
Kisslmmee and Osceola County!
I A-"Well, we have shown n tfie
tremendous growth Our 1130: ...- a
) Pus figure showed 3,223 In KIs-
I aimmee and 10.111 In the county.
I Today the Klsatmmee area population -
I* approximately 14000
resident and Onceole County
I numbers some 21,000 rIU....."
Q-What factors do you contribute a
to population Increase?
I. A-"O.r Job oportunltlto I .w t'Ir
t\ ahow great annual Increase, and da
our retirement communities makeIt
mere.sary to offer more and
< more service within the area"
What government doe 0a.
i Q-- type
//J Kisslmmee have!
A-rA msyor .commissioner f
type government that sets policy s 4 i it
for a city ....rtr. Russell
I Thackcr la mayor of KlwJmmee.Chsrle .
Tyson I* city manager
_,; and Ed BrlMMS I Ie city attorney.
l An these men and the present
and past city commission. have
made great cntribti that
have paved the way for the wonderful -
nrogrvM the are MOW enjoys.

Q-What community service W. O. Taylor Cooling HeatingAnd
does the city offer! ,
A-"We has a fine police ifartment
under Polk Chief Bob Electric ServiceAir
Beat, with the Uteot equipment.
Md the same I* true of the fire
department under Chief Arta Conditioning Hour Refrigeration Service-Eleetriral Contracting

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Headquarters Is Tourist AttractionShowplace I

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The Caiette, Kliilmmee, Florida
November 12, 19S&
Visited byThousands PHILLIPS GO
old there. Tupperware plant are .
In New England.< At the Klekimmee .
Located just four miles northof site the visitor enters a "
spacious lobby which
the city, the International exhibit home of Tupperwareand opens PHILLIPS 66"FOR
Hes Hume Parties has become a show
In the museum are ,atherI'dlood
place seen by thousands of ,liltorl containers from all periods YOUR
each year. s of history and all part of the
Open daily 9:30: to 4:30: except world. In many of the displays
Saturdays, Sunday and holidays there are also placed Tupperware Early American
(rioted I N,,". 20 and 27 for products to ahow the contrail FREE
Thsnkiiglvlngl the headquarters with the old way of doing things REFRESHMENT SET
features continuing free tours. and the new, modern way.
Nothing It manufactured or (Continued on page 10)

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Tumbler Hit with 1
each flllup.2The r 000

72-oi. matching
Pitcher Is presented -
FREE upon temple
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MUSEUM PIECES-Unusual dishes, vases and the like from OSCEOLA "66" SERV. DELLWOOD "66" SERV.
around the world and from the distant past are shown In the Tuppcrware .
Museum of Dishes, a free attraction at the headquartersopen 211 lAST VINE MAIN AND DELLWOOD
to visitors, 9:30: to 4:30: daily except Saturdays, Sundays and 47O606: 47.73)4
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ral Federal Saving and lose Aworialioii would I lo welcome all our winter
friends. and ,invite there lo view the progress of our aw office building now under
construction at Ilro d."jr and Mommratwe

: .:o. are delighted 10 join with ao many of the businesses i ad iiMtituticraa lo the. roealmrliosi .
of a million Julian! in new downtown commercial buildiiif during 1964.

.Please feel free lo drop by our present office building St..It.II4 Verona sail

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SEASON NEAR AT HAND-A new was top li being applied to the shuffleboard courts near the K. A. S. T. club home In the photo left. Avid Ian mane eonunuoua use ui
I the courts throughout the winter aeaion. Many times players have to wait their turms ai the court are filled. Another paittime enjoyed by recreational enthusiast ii I
croquet or regulation roque. The gentleman, photo right, It tuning up for future teiU. (Photos by Eby)

Osceola Sixth Shuffleboard Tests Highlight of Season I Itrkta

I While the shuffleboard court will be held January 7 and eral A* can be surmised from
at the KAST club are busy all 8. Thl I I. men' and ladle. the name, these tournament
Largest in StateOsceola year 'round, they are also the Hunt Bro. for expert mixed are sponsored by businesses In
scene of several Important tournaments double will be held March 29, 80 the city.
during the winter Maeon. and 81.Club. In addition to these Ice cream
tournament Include the tournament, held every Fridaythe
County named in honor the finest fishing ground in the The first big tournament will Benton, for men over 70, the year 'round, are the Friendly!
of the great Seminole warrior world, but It did nothing to take be the Kow Kapitol, scheduled Grissoms, the Riedeli, the Broadway Tournament with St. Cloud held
and chief was created from portion advanage of It. Nothing, that Is, for November 23-24. This I is for Pharmacy and the First Fed In the summer
i i of Orange and Brevard In until a merchant sportsman with amateur only, men1 and ladle
1887. It extended a* far south a* the grim determination to carryout double
Lake Okeechobee until 1917' when any Idea he conceive began The Florida State Amateur
Okeechobee County wa formed to wonder about those unused will be held here December 28,
from part of Oaceola Polk and waterway and planned a boat 29, 30. This I I. men' double and WELCOME WINTER VISITORSOUR
Brevard counties: Osceola with trip through them. This was the ladle double
954,880 acre and 1350 square beginning of the widely publicized The Brahman Inn Tournament
mile of land surface, I I. the sixth K I a Immee Okeechobee for the North and Central di.- DEPENDABILITY AND SERVICEIS
largest county In the state BoatACade.The talnlng Spanish force beleag-
At Kiulmmee the elevation I I. first county official, appointed ured by rebel in the city of Ha WELL KNOWN TO OUR FORMER
09 feet above sea level. Osceola by the governor of FlorIda vana.
County sea level range from 85 were W. R. Johnston, county Later, river boat out of KUilmmee CUSTOMERS.
I to 88 feet above. judge T. A. Ban, sheriff; R. C. supplied the lonely ranch
There are two Incorporated Partin, tax assessor; C. M. Pre- houses located In the hammock
town within the fOunt,'* bound vatt, tax collector; C. A. Carton, along the river and Kliiimme
Klisimmee, the county teat, and treasurer, and J. W. Aderhold naturally became the headquarter We Invite you new visitors to come In
St. Cloud. Both cities are In the supervisor of registration. The for any cattlemen through to see what we have to offer.
northwestern part of the county. first county commissioners were: KUiimmey Valley area.
There are several small settlements W. J. Brack, R. B. Parker, H. N. Today Klssimme I I. till Flor-
Including Narcoosiee, Par- Bratton, and R. E. Rose. Ida' Kow K.pltel-hom. of the
tin Settlement, Kenanivitle, Kis- One of the states moat handsome Florida Cattlemen' Association,
ilmmee Park, Campbell Station, court houses, a three story the Florida Cattleman Magazine
Holopew and Deer Park. brick structure wa completed In and the Ktasimmee Livestock TREE RIPENED FRUIT.
Beside the large lake of To- 1889 and la aid to be the oldest Market Florida' second oldest
hopekaliga (which I is the 4th court house till In use in the auction.In .
largest lake In the state) Kisilmme state. addition the Kiiilmmee Valley
Cypress and East Tohope- From the middle of the 16th Livestock Show I* held here
kaliga, there are many smaller century when DeSoU brought each year and twice a year the
lake In the county, many of cattle and hog to Florida, thissection Silver Spur Riding Club of Oa- Guaranteed To AmYl In Prim Condition.
which are known for fine fishing clothed with luxurious ceola County hold Its famous
such a* Marion, Alligator, and nourishing grasses of many rodeo The State Championship
Brick, Gentry, Conlin. Preston varieties together with a mild Rodeo. for the Future Farmer
Trout and Jackson. climate and abundance of shade of America ha been held her
When commerce moved from and water has been known a* for the past three year and will
the river to rail and roada the Cow Country. continue to be here. H. E. YEASEL PRODUCTS
paddle boat disappeared from Florida' Cow C.pltal-Klilim. Naturally, Klisimmee hat become
the valley and Klaslmmee began mee-ha* been a cow-town almost the place where many cattlemen 710 13th STREET ST. CLOUDOn
the transition from a commerce from the very beginning of Its come to buy the apecial-
and truck farming hub to a cattle existence. load supplies needed by the in Hwy 441. Phone 8922911tHELLO
center. Its growth stagnated and Before Klaaimmee wa born In dustry.
the chain of waterway that 1882, the prairie along the Klaalmmee Cattle brand are. made in Klaimmee -
wended couth from the town became River Valley and the by several! blackamltht.
unused, unchartered wilder. flatwood area on both tide were The only cuitom-mad boot hop
ness. Not even fishermen penetrated vast open range grating area east of the Mississippi River
the more remote part of which contributed during the Civil make cowboy boot to order for
the lake and river chain. War period to the South' c.ttlem.n'throurhout the eouth-
Klisimmee was the gateway to scanty diet and later on to'"OU'U' (Continued on page 9)) !

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I Kissimraec Friendliness Pays, Says Visitor A We've missed you.

Residents of Klssimmee and November t, 1M4Klssimmee Mrs. Wyatt and I never bad'{
Oaceola County have long Elk Club No. 1173 a better time In our lives than
the week I If new here we welcome
In you're
we spent Klsslm- you.
\ since prided themselves on the P.O. Box 3MKlaslmmee
mee. Our visit with the Elk
friendly atmosphere which prevail Florida Take of
wa the keystone that built 1; advantage our
among our people, whenIt Att. Jack Crum. In our minds and heart a love
I I cornea to making strangersIn Dear Friend! for you and your city that will many services

our midst feel welcome, and I think It I* certainly a be everlasting to us.
With sincere appreciationand
wanUd." for and gratification .
I cause pride with beat wishes to all of
A recent example of this U you that when a you, we hall ever remain I
visits city
stranger your
attitude by our citizens I Is
feels its pulse through contact Moat sincerely your.
reflected m the following letter with the Elk Club, It create W. M. Wyatt. Mayor
from a prominent visitor In the mind of that stranger The City ef MontevalloIt Florence Barnett llama Daniel
from Alabama, who, with his the assurance that here la a la publicity: of this kind i Associates
i wife pent a week here a* the community that U good wholesome that build la the minds and
r guest of a local ctUsen, who progressive and friendly. heart of our many visitors
entertained. them at his guest That la my verdict upon you a warm and lasting memoryof
at the local Elk Club. The after pending a week In KliImmee Kiaalnuaea and her people.It i
f letter I* addressed U the man ) with m y good friend I* this kind of reception that W. H. Morse Corp323
I Guy DeShaao, and having had U prompting More and more of .
refleets through aim the opportunityto ear visitor to seriously consider -
ceptiom they received at the enjoy the) wonderful facill. Kiaalmme a* an ideal
hands ., the general public Use of the dub and U Met spot ta which to retire and
'J; I of the city. and community: many of the) _mbe.... take their future home! Broadway Phone' 8173133r.

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I'St. Cloud Has Much to Offer Winter VisitorsSettled

The Gazette, Kiseimmee Florida, November II, .-Page Nine
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1909St. I InformationFor

Florida Residents
Cloud, KUtimmtt'i liter
city, lies eight miles to the south-
tit, on the couth shore of East +; HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION: Apply el county building
Lake Tohopekaliga. ti fore April 1 of year It Is to become effective and sign a '
Originally settled In 1909 by oof Domicile. You will be asked to list your Intangible be-I
veterans of the War between the .v and you must have a Florida car.g .
States and the SpanishAmericanWar :;: VOTING REGISTRATION) Register at county buolding Q Pk
and their families, the town a:' county, state and national elections; at Kissimmee city hall y w uch
has grown and Increased In population g: municipal elections. To vote at regular you to
through the years and Is :JS: be a U.S. citizen, a resident of Florida for one year and Osceola
today not only a community of County for six months. Registration books close thirty days be-
:i:? fore a regular election.I
happy retirees, but one In which : I
home-building and light Industryare ti g REAL ESTATE TAXES: Tax bills are sent by the City of
combining to make a much :g Kissimmee, and by Osceola County, Payment Is normally due From the pasture to your
:ft: during the month of November.
desired 1 location for future home
seekm. :: AUTOMOBILE REGISTRATION' : In 1965, neW licenses go }1 table. We pride ourselves
s: on sale February 1 and must be pu"haltdnot later than March ,
The town Is located In an elevated sorvico.
section of the Great 0_ :; 20. Take your car title with you when applying for your first in product
k. Florida license and avoid an extra trip to the county building. !I
ola prairies belt and Is tempered
:: DRIVING LICENSE: All persons coming to Florida are rej j
with ocean and gulf breezes dur
*; quired to take driven tests before getting a Florida license. Driv. '
ing both winter and summer. r{}: ers licenses must be renewed every two years, before the lest day :I CALL US FOR PROMPT HOME DELIVERY ..
Viiitors and residents Immediately R: of the birth month In even numbered yean If you were born In ;
feel at horns, partly be- ,.::; an even numbered year, and In odd numbered years If you were !
cause the nation's foremost associations :;: born In an odd numbered year. :I
and clubs hare I local ,1 FISHING LICENSE: Regular annual fee li IS.U for legal T. G. LEE DAIRYW.
chapters In St. Cloud, and partly :: residents. Florid residents 65 rears ef age or older may secure :4
because the city's 7,000 area resident r j: a lifetime license for the registration fee of fifty cents, but only !
hart a real talent for :;; after being a resident for six months. You should Inquire at the j I A. MOON DISTRIBUTOR
friendliness. Maintained for permanent :: ,
J office of the County Judge If Interested In securing a fishing IIcense.
and part time residents :, KISSIMMIE PHONE 847-2395
alike art the shuffleboard courts i
and the Community House, where '*'::::.':.':::: :::., :::::::::::::,::" .:.:,.:;.:.;.:,>:::.x::::::::;::::: :>,::::::::,.. ::::::::::: :::::::::::: ::
a complete program of varied entertainment
Is offered.
The town has modern municipal
buildings, schools and the lakefront
features a fine bathing

beach The and city park operate.area.the utilities WE ARE GLAD TO HAVE YOU BACK -

and pays much of the expensesof
government from these sources.
Also there Is s City Hospital
and the area Is served by a modern
art several trailer parks and 1

numerous financing subdivisions offered.with conventional AND SERVICE .

A clock museum housing over
300 antique clocks and bronze YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME
statuettes attracts hundred. of
light-seers during the winter sea
St Cloud has a commissionform
of government. These officials
endeavoring to help their
town grow, hospitably linvlte all
who are seeking a home In Florida
to visit St. Cloud for Its
pleasant, economical and healthful .

Osceola County

Sixth LargestContinued

( from page 8))
east Saddle making and saddle
repair, sale of bridles, halters and
by cattlemen are made or sold Ina

thousand and one Items used PARK LANE 2-DR HARDTOP 1965 MERCURY AND COMET
Klsslmmee establishments.
Oweola County Is I located at the
hub of the many principal highway
and road developments In
the central part of the state.
Main Federal Highways running

through Osceola County Include MERCURY "In' The Lincoln Continental Tradition."
U.S. UI, 11 tnd 92. The new Sunshine -

the entire State county Parkway from will\north traverse to COMET "The World's 100,000 Mile Durability Champion.' ., ,

eouh. Cloverleaf Intersections for
this highway will be I located short
distances north and east of Kisslmmee .
west of St. Cloud and ;! -
near Yeehaw .Junction In the
south end of the county. The pro
posed Federal Interstate Highway SALES AND SERVICE FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY
Tampa to Daytona
Beach will be located west of
and future development .
of this highway will Include
an access road and cloverleaf ST. CLOUD MOTOR CO.PENN.
Intersection from Kissimmee.The .
secondary reads la Osceola
county are being Improved and
proved at 8 rapid pace and KUsimme AVL AND ST. CLOUD HWY. PHONf 1933141
and St Cloud have extensive -
paving programs under fiv.I ; ,

eenetnwUofl.Industry and the economy ef H. "DUTCH" DUftNf, KISJIMMH R4PMHNTATIVI .,tjr.... ,

tile county hu bee steadily hvweeslrqr. "
Increased effort Is bIhi. ,*. / I. 'I ;'
l g Urt e* to help small tndustri- j
abate to lento fat tte area. Aa- I47- 5S1 Jf.( .
a.aI payroll for the la c '! over 1H million dollars, total todustrle -


Headquarters Is Tourist Attraction

( ) \ en-Winter Visitor Section
Gazette, Kli. lmme., Florida I II
12 1004 I
Tupprrwan headquartare
established In Florida In 1052
the main building dedicated KISSIMMEE'S NEWEST FAMILY OWNID
& .
her the plastic hou '- Froe Utilities Dolly Mold Service
I sales company dlrfirta the T.V. Room
.* of a world-wide organ.
Tupperware food serving "OUR HOME IS YOUR HOMI"
storage container now being Rooms and Efficiencies 10 week
per up
: In 20 countries outside the
State and manufactured L DAKIN ST.SEA .
Belgium, Australia

I'' I I Canada. An

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H> Gazette, KUalmmee, Fla, November 12, 1964 Winter Visitor Section-Page Eleven

Kissimmee Church Directory ,1ft't.. >-n I

}M N. Randolph Street
Sunday School 9.30: A.M. .
Sunday Services 11:00 A.M. y.l ? t la
Wednesday evening meeting 8.00:
P.M. October to May-1st Wed.
nesdsy of each month only
Broadway A Mala
Sunday School 9.45: A.M.
Worship 11:00 A.M.
Christian Endeavor (:SO P.M.
Sunday Evening Serv. 7:30 P.M.
Wednesday Evening Prayer Service llK
7.SO: P.M.Reverend .
Jimmy Cox, Pastor t :.t 79013ZA =
Chunk A Spronle. Street
Phone 847-3138
Sundays 11 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. e
Wednesday 8 P.M.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
Training Union 6:16 P.M.
North Kissimmee Baptist Chapel
(services same time) ,
C. H. Eiland. pastorW.
H. Baker, Minister of
Music A Education

Church Street at Dekla t
9:45 A.M. Chure hSchool
11:00: A.M. Morning Worship
5:30 P.M. Methodist Youth Fellowship .

7:00 P.M. Evening Worship tt I II
Mid-week Prayer Service-7 P.M. 1 I

Wadnled.,. rKL4 I

Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
Worship 11:00: A.M. (8:45 and
11:00: A.M. Des to April)
Wednesday Evening Prayer Service .
7:30: PM.
Rev. Dorr L. VanEtten, Pastor

121 North Main St.
Reverend W. A. Schlele Pastor
Sunday School 9.45 A.M. 4 M
Morning Worship 11:00: A.M.
Evening Service 7:00 P.M. nS IIR// logQ
Light and Life Hour, Sunday, 4 '
1 P.M., Station WIlY, 1480 KCa
Prayer Meeting Wed. Night 7:30 i

118 SpreaU Avenue
7.30-9.30-11:00 (Winter)
30-11:00: (Summer)
Confessions on Saturday4:00 -

Daily Maaa at 7:30
First Friday Mass at 7:15

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ISIS N. Bermria Are r. .
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The Rev. M. Wendell Halnlin,
Sunday Services: 7.80-9:30 and
Tuesday and Holy Days 10 A.M.

II N. Orlando
Preaching Service Saturday
9:30 A.M.Sabbath .
School 11:00: A.M.
Prayer Meetings Wed. 7.30 P.M. .' I.,.
Visitors always welcome >.", .
Ralph U Save, Pastor


Orange Garden

INS Wee Via* St IIw,. 510

Sunday School 9:15: A.M.
Worship Service 10:30: A.M.
Henry Young Pastor

Retail Sales I

Nearly Triple

Retail sales. of the Klaalmme
area have nearly tripled !. the
past 13: year Last year retail
sales amounted U 8M.408.DCO e

17.900.000 to 1948. Wl<*m l mote your It., more 9nfayM wfHi a COIrteniMt
Sale growth during the past
four years .baa bee eoasuaUBerlMiag it pho"o .......... _
.la 1MO with
000 the figure went .p te 821WSJOOO FLORIDA TEUfHONE CORPORATION '
.to 1M1 and 822, 41, 00U :
1M2. Retail sales amounted
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to f 1248M09 lea 19 ,Mf.. age s d' ,


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