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VOL 71-NO. 50 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1964 Three Sections-Price 10 Cents

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Judge Denies Motion to Quash ;

," Gives County 7 Days to Answer

Osoeols Count)"'! Ui assess prtpatory to the future hear. equalisation and hear ohjw. some cases, anc in the county's affairs"
1i merit problem ti expected tot Ing. In his oral ruling he said lions to the tax assessments "Th board has had the erroneous Overstreet argued "Not all
heard In Circuit Court at that the writ was proper. The property owners complain legal opinion that it millsges have been ..t. tax
in early date Judge Frank A. County Attorney Murray through the suit that the did not have the power or authority bills have not been sent out
Smith has notified attorneysfor Overstreet Jr.. told Board of commission, sitting as a boardof to equalize the taxes, and the tax rolls an not complete .
the county and land own County Commissioners Monday tax tquallttion, approved but It dues W* don't want to The county does not
i en. that the brief was being tax assessment for 194\ submitted control what the board doe have a cash carryover with
Judge Smith Friday denied prepared and would be filed by Tax Assessor Wade with the Individual assessments which to work right now but
t the tount,'* motion to quash before Friday. Also he told Lanier and adjourned before w* just want our clients it will\ soon run out of money
the alternative Writ of Man them that another suit wouldbe hearing from all persons who to have a full and fair without additional revenue. An
damui action brought by attorneys filed to pave way for the objected to the tax Increases, hearing" injunction not a mandamuswrit
for land owners protesting county to pay its bill. At the William Rogers, Tampa one Overstreet said the board is the correct remedy"
tax aaaenment increases present lime only pay roll I I. of the attorney for the protesters had discretionary power to Any such legs! attack on the
of an average 05 per. being paid. argued Friday, "The either raise, lower or approve alternate writ of mandamus
cent. Th mandamus action was property of my client was aa submitted the tax assessments should be Included In the
In denying the motion Judge brought by the land owner to assessed greatly In excess of presented to them tuunt,'* answer to the suit,
Smith save the county seven compel the county commissionen the full cash value of the land, "Because of this I lawsuit, Judge Smith ruled on Fridayof
'It "" "i" day In which to file answers to resit as a board of almost doubling their taxes In then is confusion and disturb- last week.Plat .

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A NEW QUEEN-Mis* Linda William was crcwned "Homecoming Queen" at the annual ceremonies
held last Friday night, by last )'e.r'* queen, Miss Diane Pienon Jerry Johnson wa \Miss Sixth
Williams' escort. (Photo by Eby)

InState a, 1 A1 ti+ + t {4yL' Is Tonight

Osceola Band Now ) A4rr f
Homecoming High ,;4.t: )
The Klssimmee Gazette today :

Festivities In Third Week of DriveThe weekly ranks newspapers among the top In eight the meeting A plat will committee be conducted planning tonight

at 7 30 o'clock In theComml..II'n.
1 1 a t e. Announcement was .,' Chambers of
Success Osceola High School for those at home but those mad Saturday at Silver *
Big the Osreol County Courthouse
Band la going Into the third away In the service to whom Springs by Dick Campbell .
week of the Gatete| subscription the weekly hometown paper chairman of the 1964 "Better
With the Kowboys strongly drive. I I. like a letter from home Newspaper" contest committee 4 Consideration will be givento
leading foe Lyman at the half, In this fund raising project A Christmas card will be of the Florida Tress Association. a study, review and possible
homecoming spectators waited the band will receive 50', of sent to the recipient from The The organisation observed revision of the OsceoU County
with excitement for the all new subscriptions and Kfr Gazette noting the gift and It* 85th anniversary then Pint Law All person Interest
of the 1964 of all renewals. This money name of the donor. This will this paat weekend ed In county building regulations -
The stands were )peeked with will go Into the band fund and be Included In the regular subscription The Gazette earned a first 4. ,,. { hf are Invited to attend the
visiting alumni students and the top four members in the price of $7.00 for plan award In typography and 4 l t meeting with the Board of
other Kowboy fans, numbering drive will receive personal two years $''00, one year and makeup and a second place In \ County Commissioners. The
approximately 1,650 cheering: award of $50, $25, $15 and $250 for six months. Those general excellence In Its divi -.... board decided at Man Jay'smeeting
$10. desiring this gift service are don Also The Gazette won j to make the study and
people. The drive will end Dec 19. asked to be sure to denote this second place for best lose of ) 'fir. ,' review\ themselves rather than
Through a flowered arch, The leader to date are Klrt when purchasing from a band Illuslratl material aid hon. J41f: .; : appoint a committee to do the
the six lovely contestant were Hancock student. ...... .) work II previously announced
Gary Wood Kay orsbl Mention far beat feature ..... .. ,. ..
J presented and walked acrossthe Dunlap. Carol Bland Mike AI. Winter residents will find I competition with all The present Plat Law was
center of the field accom-, len, Delia Carter, Sue Ry, Jo- TAq..t a welcome piece Florid/ weeklies, The Catettt drawn up In 11)59>) and adopted
panted by their escorts The lene Huntslnffvr, and Chuck .. .f rtnw vthewIhey'VrUJn to "'plate* sixth in the state on f"1"j In 11111. Change* In the law
"f. .-eotaJligh band played the. Oirl,tre.r with approximately their northern -mec in the the basis if total point Mined \ would require\ enabling I.r.1.latlnn .
homecoming theme, Enchanted 100 new subscription turnedIn. bummer This can be don In overall competition and -- ( from the date !legislature .
Evening" aa the candidate with no extra charge simplyby wa the top point In It* division. \. ,. ;' ; ,' .
took their place facing The Gazette I I. also offeringa notifying the office Homestead
The News-
approximately In the
Change Dal Law
the Ko",'boy stands.Representing a ..\ ('. for those wishing to two week before Leader was Judged the best THE GAZETTE WINNER-Th* Klsslmme Gazette placed sixth In the top weekly newspa are believed to be needed to
In the Florida Press Association contest t* receive award at the annual stole convention
Sophomoreclass give a subscription as a their departure of their ad- weekly newspaper In the elate per develop more good subdivisions '.
were candidate Miss Christmas gift a reminder dress change In this '.ar'. competition. held last weekend at Silver Spring, Above Earl Nelberger, left, editor, hold the second place and the
Susan Warden escorted by throughout the year, not only "An )abundance of local certificate for be.tI... of Illustrative material or photo, and second place for General Excel* headaebee, save county
Wally Melitshka and Miss photos, excellent reporting Islocal fencei Betty Eby shows the first place plaque for Topography and Makeup and Charles White,
Linda Schmidt with her escort, ._ ._'.'.' u____ ','", .".'.'.'.'.''.'.'.'.'.. .'. _.-.'.'.'-",,-,'''..'.''-'- '' and advertising manager, holds the honorable mention certificate for feature story, (Photo by Shy) Also art for a hearing was
9i'_:':';':':';';':<<';;o_ :"" < ; community Interest the request of Phil DlVlrglllo
Raul Overstreet. Chosen torepresent
affairs, a good editorial page to lower the water level ofFish
the Junior class
Miss Garnett Moore with were her I"W and extra attention being )paidto Silver United Lake to prevent flooding
escort, Raymond Icasa and Gazette Bargains I typographical this fin newspspertop appearancemakes a Spurs Beauty Queen Applnl) of hi* land. lie requested, thai
the water level be
Miss Thacker escorted byDean one
contender In all
rategor llectini'I'uesdayThe
Contest Entries Are foot
were Parker.Miss Senior Linda candidates WI!. Com on In folks the water p,m. Evidentlyou people lea," judges said of The Ga.sett. Open Hearing on the request hat
fine. The Klssimme liked the 10 discount .. been
percent scheduled fur \Monday at
!Hams escorted by Jerry John 'Editor David West did Th next United Appeal' report
merchant report a decided Increase on point offered at PsaaingLumber a 10 am. In Commissioner'*
son and Miss Joyce Baxter and Klislmme Valley Live Other member of the com
will be held
splendid Job for us on The Catett meeting
in customer buying asa Co. This offer I I. now chamber of the Courthouse
Gen Canala
this mltte Include
Streetman.A Stock association began ,
escort Gary
this and Tuesday noon at Mr. Mac'sRntaursnt
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result of the values good year deservelog
special every day, with double At that time all property
Miss Diane Pienon 1963homecoming of this week accepting entries forth Klsslmmeei Wesley Bart.lett President Everett
they are offering each week TV stamps given for purchases recognition, Publisher owner In the area will be
queen, took the AI said 'Mis Silver Spun" queen W 0. Miller, Mrs WI- Amos announced yesterday the
Cody this week
In The Gazette The reason Is mad on Thursday, Friday, heard
attention of the audience announcer competition. The young beauty Ham Beck, Mn. J. B. Laugh be
"We proud of hi meeting will of the regular
Art Dyer named the perfectly clear; they are of. and Saturda,. Ready Market art and the accomplishments he elected will reign during the rey, and Gordon Dswson, all of board with all drive officer* The State Tractor A Equipment .
Maid of Honor to attend the feting just that-real honestto has a big floor display on anew The support Klssimme Valley Livestock St. Cloud. and chairmen In attendance r..., of Orlando wa the
by KloslmmeeGazette
queen, \Miss Joyce Baxter goodness values. Call on drink called "Tampa staff." The Gazette I la Show and Silver Spurt Rodeo Entry fee will be $5 and the Pnsldent Amos said It had only bidder Monday on furnishing .
Miss Plerson presented the them and you will see for Cola", It come In a 24os.throwaway a John II. Terry February 1721.Contestant deadline tor entry will be midnight been erroneously reported the repair part for the
banner to \Miss Baxter Miss yourself.Avtrey. bottle and sell West has newspaper.A must be sponsored February I. A clear drive wa complete and over county' TO-14 tractor The
Pienon t h e n placed the Motors\ la running a for 10 cents, believe It. or not ter University resigned of Florida to en by eiI.I Industry, business, black<< and white picture als* the top but -we are still short tnm".n,'* kid nf 1,814.42 was
queen' crown on the head of special on a I960 Falcon 4 dr. Rvbrrmn's Reiall Drag has School of Law, Editor Earl E club or organisation. She 2% z IH inches. will be re. some three or four thousand accepted by the hoard after
\Miss Unda Williams and she with standard transmission st a hut contest going for the Nelbergtr received the awards must be between the age of quired from each contestant dollars Secretary of the Jack Mangum, road supervisor .
was announced Queen of the $595. This Is a one-owner car most popular boy and girl In for The Gazette at the Saturday IT and 21 and have been a The entrees should tit mailed drive, Miss Sharon Gehrett has said that the bid met the
1964 Homecoming." Excellent value Radcock Far- town. Prices are valued at noon award luncheon. resident of Osceola County for t. Bob Berllniky, Box T7(, $...000 accounted for towardthe specification as advertised
Amid much cheering, the nit are has a t piece living $500 Com in and vote for Also attending the convention six month prior to Feb>> IT, Klsslmme or Gordon Dawson $20.000 goal, Amos said
band began to play the Alma room group at $139.95 low the youngster of your choice from The Gazette were Mr The queen will receive: a BL Cloud Chamber of Con During the report meeting Gazette Will lie
Mater and the spectator rote down payment and easy terms and pick up I $2 value fast- and Mr*. Robert Eby: and Mr $200 cash award and will b* metre.Preliminary. Tuesday, plans will U mad
to pay tribute to the queen Carl Schmidt Rambler continue permanent set for $1. Jo and Mrs, Charles Whlto.Weather the recipient of many lovely competition will for the organisation\ of noil Early Next Week
and her court to offer used can at low Meta, service manager at gift from Osreola County be conducted on Wednesday, year's campaign
The Junior class took lint low prices. Their 8 day feature Rooaey I'lmliac, showed m* I r XCllllllllm\llnllll merchant During the festivities Feb.>> IT at T p m. The contestants Neil wee*'* lea" *f The
place In the float division with Is a IW1 Chevrolet, 6 shop full of can whoso owner she and her court will be will wear dress attire, Giselle; will .be arlnled a day
"Some Enchanted Evening In cylinder, stick shift, one owner were taking advantage of guests .f the Silver Spur Rid either torkuil or party, The 3r0:S ()()<) Given early beaim nf t.. n....-
Venice" A hug napkin cover. car at $101)5. Ms $12.50 service special! run log Club at all performance final competition will be In gltlag nrlidsf.. Tata will per
ed gondola mounted on the AI lId Pete Heal hope you lost week. Joe said "Keep It II L R during the week The first weatorn clothes on Thursday Oral VacciiK, mil subscribers to receive "eecheats' '
float carried out their them do not have a cold, but if you running", so we an. Carroll Toes. 11/10 .2 65 runnenip will receive I $100 night at 7 o'clock. adverlking" I I. t". mallttednf
The float and decorated can do they hare the remedies Starling at Marling Chevrolet Wed. 11/11 14 II cash award and $50 foe to The Mis* Silver ',"ra" Three thousand dose of ..Uf ts.lesd of Friday,
paraded onto the field before; They an offering the 18* rents want you all to know that Thur. 11/12 M 45 the second runnerup.A contest I It the beginning of Rabin Oral vaccine. were givenat dM 10 I Ike leial holiday,
the gam The cheerleader site Vick' VapoRub at 39 Chevrolet are coming from FrL 11/13 92 (1 panel ./ well qualified what I la hoped will become an the second feeding sponsored All advertiser and ewrreapnndeaU -
drew much attention In a Mod cents Northsid Super Bervk' the factory again. Com In flat 11/14 .2 55 out-of-countjr Judges will Us annual event According /. by the Klsslmmee Jaycees are asked. let bring
el T. Is offering free pony rides to and place<< your order' now H* Sun. ll/U n *4 the decision Ml personality, Berllnsky, If there. I la enough Sunday afternoon espy la The Cased Mere
The Homecoming festivitieswere children accompanied by their want t* catch tip. You'll get I Mon. ll/K 966 poise and beauty, according t.Bob interest In the eon,"" they The final make-up will beheld Monday ..., f.., ewfwra-
a presentation of the parent, with any purchase on real deal AU In all It', a good Bertineky, s e mm I 11 tee they plan to develop It Into Sunday from 12: to 4 at lien sill kw greatly *"re Sophomore clans. |i Saturday from 12 noon to 5JO week to save money J )III JI''WA h chairman a Central Florida. one, the Wlnn-Dlite' parking let. .

I Homecoming Highlights. Parade, Stadium Bonds Paid Off Royalty \

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THE LAST TWO OnecoU Hi*a Athletic Stadium bond Wt aDd Co JL Tete" LOCM, third from left, tint place for floet entry la the p r de. The OIlS ihown with kit! yerf queen Miia{ Dia

worry retired at tb. hom-ecomlnr eerenxmiM Friday the hoiden.of the bond, while Mix: Water OKeoU CbtrleMicn also UreneJ up the parade M they rode la Fienon. The 1964 homecoming ceremonies were presented .

niffet. W. B. "Bar Stephen per ltftdot of paUlc High priacipeJ. look ca.' The Junior Glue attar th* Clifford 0-aptn.uft Model T Pages at the halftime by the Sophon-or CUM. Approximately 1,640

instruction, praested a check to Senator Wo then Some Eacluti.t ErenJn ia ..", won eeremonJee were, left Miss Chad LoveO, tad right, Jay fans attended the game (Photo by Eby)

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Theatre Guild to Present 'Our Town' Beginning December 2nd

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New Added Members to Harlequinaders' 'Capers' Bob Cody

List of Cast"Our Successful PerformanceBy New PrexyBob

Town" which It to be IP
presented \>r the Footlight Cody wa elected president .
Theatre Guild on the nights of "Peter" CecaraMt..t qulnadert. of the Central Florida
December 8. 4 and 6, has \In the
>, Saturday at the Art Other participating! Chapter of the national journ.

Page Two-Th* Gazette, Klailmmee, Florida, Nov. 19, 1964 the lone been classics acclaimed of the as one American of and Culture Center a group show were a* follows Conductor aliittc Moiety, Sigma Delta "
great Marmalade Overture:
of talented and earned young Chi at a meeting held In Or.
tUff. One of the few Chuck Ogletree; Elaine
Harlequlnader of Kliilmme : lando recently. Cody, editorial
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 19, 19(4 play which ha* never received Slagle, Mary Jan Acre, Su-
and St Cloud presented a program director of The Gazette I* a
.n adverse notice by any qutuifled J Diva Lurl, Janet
tie Bartley
Friendship Club meeting Thankiglvlng program. 12:30 Eplico- ,reviewer the Thornton of gnat scope and variety veteran In the Journalism profeialon. .
to a most appreciative audience. Gould, Alice Cotton, Margaret .
pal Pariah Houie.nankiglving Wilder Pulitzer Prlie winner :1 PROPOSlD ADDyONb Sherrill Hartley,
MacGregor Member from the
OGCA 7:30:00 Community Bldg. central)
Party hat galntd the following 1
"Thli It the Bible" ttudiei, Orange Garden Community build. The audience war Introducedto Debbie Scalll, Jeanie Catler part of the elate met at the
plaudit: ... the, Caper by a dancing Barbara Heck, Kim Hlgbl Motor
Robert Meyer Court
Ing. 10-11:80 ..m. "Mr. Wilder and Jed Harris -. rr--t .I.-- 'l JPWir ,
traditional Miss America. Jeanie C.II.ler.
prancing figure In voting unanimously to
American Legion Poet No. 10 8 p.m. have struck another blow at keep
t.1'l. ( Susie Bartley, Dava Lurie,
and ,
Harlequin costume mask
the chapter strong In this
Churchwld Fellowship Dinner Flnt Baptist Church 7 p.m. conventional t h a a t r*. "Our Debbie Scalll Margaret Mil-
committee makeup 'Hirly", a* this pick. by stimulating interest in the
and executive
meett at
American Legion Auxiliary Town" theatrical experience
a U has born, Alice Cotton Judy Acre, "
lih character called "working!
Legion Home, noon. Bring a sandwich, coffee will be ""eeL I would not like to mil*. been a part of children' the*. Barbara Reynolds, MargaretGill Other officer prett. elected
WCTU meeting, 7:30: First Methodist Church A beautiful and affecting I Debbie :
t Maxine Antonnuccl
all and ,
ten over Europe was Vladimir Mindl Orlando vice
from the New York
play her to bring gaiety and joy to Scalll Sherrill Hartley.
Fred Belton
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 20 11(4 AI.undrWoolcolt president; Euitli,
World the laU
Telly B/LIJING \. the children In the audience.To Pled Piper of Hamlin by secretary; Norman Plnirdi
"Call Me Bwana" playing at Cloud Theatre through Saturday. wrote "In all my aI bring on the program they Lucy Kennedy! Piper Eileen Avon Park treaiurer Bob
Kowboyt vt. St. Cloud Bulldogs for County Champlonihlp. St. day a. a theatre goer', no play :t all clapped their hand loudly Dimltrl) Oble, Le Grave III; Stewart, Orlando reporting
Cloud 8 p.m. has ever moved me o deeply"And :! and a suave and dapper mailer Mayor Tommy Metier; Aldermen secretary and Elmer Walter,
Holiday Bazaar sponsored by Woman'. Club at club house the New York Mirror of ceremonies appeared and Victor Taylor Frank Orlando assistant aecreUry.treaiurer. .
through Slit, printed, "A treat play, worthyof announced the various act a* Vine; Katrlnka, Janice Pro- .

American Legion Auxiliary rummage tale, House of Bargain, an honored of the place American In the they appeared throughout the volt; Women; Viann Relief, Th next meeting of SDX
Main Et Donation of items appreciated drama.anthology tend afternoon. Gary Croft was the Debbie Northrup, Laura Wed I* scheduled for January T at
"Iilind of the Blue Dolphin playing at Arcade Theatre the Performance to able M.C. and a talented participant Its, Pinky Hutcheaon Sarah the Central Florida Induitrlal.lit .
pulse* racing, to put lump
/8IMRY Berlin Terl TarcaU
in several iklU.
I through Saturday. Ideal for youngsters In the throat" I Club 6:80 p.m.South .
A Marmalade Overture with
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 19(4 Director Barry Mount ha instruments from the kitchen
announced the following additions VARIANCE ASKED-Th* Kliiimme Board of Adjustment hat and the script written about ARCADETHEATRE
Handicap 3-6-9 Doublet Tournament Orange Bowl Lane. to the large Butt Charles been asked to allow variance In coning to that the civic centerat cookery, opened the aklt. Trail
Through Sunday, 4 p.m. Kimberly at "Howl New- Orange Garden may be enlarged at shown by the map A Then followed the Mil Amer-
Clorioa Circle, Klulmme Garden Club. nom Janet Gould "Woman- hearing on the petition has been act for 4 p.m. on Thursday, Dec, lea Pageant of 1927 with eoi-
Fall Ingathering of all circle of Needlework Guild. 2 p.m. In-Audlence;" Robert Smith 8. The petition states that the Orange Garden Civic Attocla- times and dance bringing DRIVEINTHEATRE
"My Fair Lady", Annie Russell Theatre, Winter Park. Held over "Min-On-Alile;" Days Lurl tlon would build 64 by 26 foot addition to the west tide of the back memories of the Charleston -
by popular demand. 8:80: p.m. through 2 lit, a* "Artlitlc Lady;" Don Stet- present building. This will be the second addition to the build- era. Each contestant gavea KISSIMMEE
Annual Orchid Show Tangerine Hall Fla. Citrus Exposition, eon, "C 0 n s t able Warren;" Ing. The lint wt expansion of the library which was completed sample of her' tklll In pantomime Weekend Beg. November 20
Winter Hiven. Through 22nd. Gary Croft, "81 Crowell:." Roy recently.Knocky. dance or dramatic read. Matinee 2:30
American Legion Auxiliary rummage tilt, 11'ouse of Bargalnt, Bole and Pet Edward a* Saturday and Sunday ORLANDO FLORIDA
Main St. Donation of items appreciated "Baaeball Player;" and Jo Ing.A ferocious bull with retrace Evening Performance

Klitimme Highland P.TA Carnival. 4 till Highland, Irene Shroeder Parker AppealedTo tible horn then confronted a 7 p.m. TOURS FRI., SAT,
School. Sharon Teffeteller a*
gayly costumed matador. This
The Terror'Boris
SUNDAY/ NOVEMBER 22. 1144 "Membert-of-th Patron Choir. and Old AlikeBy skit wa presented by Turner FRIDAY-SATURDAY Ktrloff
and season ticket Young
reservation be confirmedby Wall! Jeff Scalll and Tommy 'Island of the Blu.Dolphins' 7:00
calling Roberion'i Rexall Mask of the Red Death'''
this point In the
Pre-Columbian figurines on "tpot exhibition" at Central Florida program -
Muteum. Drue Catherine Beauchamp Kea Dunces the like of a Pete Fountainor "Harly" cam down VlncrtU Price

"Bedtime Story", "Yeiterday, Today and Tomorrow" playingat Guild ticket chairman lug.tettt The half-thoutand music even back to Johnny Dodd. from his perch and announceda Cell Doeaaaia Key eau
South Trail Drive-In through Tuetday.Sabln made that early lover who trekked to the or Jimmy Noon.. And In this very special aurpriie. A Larry 'Black Sabbath'
view of
the unprc.edented Tupperware Auditorium Sit particular program h really great celetrity was actually 19:20
Oral Sunday, 12 to 4, Wlnn-Dixl\ lot demand I
Handicap 8-6-9 Double Tournament Orange Bowl Lane, 4 p.m. idmltilont.for single raeryedteat *- urday night to hear Knocky needed an upright with the their midst and was willing SUNDAYMONDAY'I'd Complete Program in Color

"I'd ,Rather B. Rich" playing at Arcade Theatre through Mon. latter The Parker give his program "Th sounding board cxpoud. even anxious, to meet them
day the ticket Charm may b* obtainedat Evolution of Jan" apparently, His selections tended to lean and give them a tail of Rather Be Rich'. SUN. MON.. TUES.

Roberaon't Beauty Salon to judge by the applause more to ragtime than to true what was In store for many 'Bedtime Story'
MONDAY NOVEMBER 23, 1144 from Guild Rexall Drug, or agreed with the music critic New Orleans and up-the-river other that evening at Tupperwar Sandra Dee i Marion Brando--.Color
any member of the New York Times who muilc. If w* heard him correctly Auditorium. This, of Robert GouletCLOUDST. ':30 10:25 Sunday
United. Presbyterian Women 8 p.m. Educational Building. called Parker "one of the best h* said that Jan arrived "- court, was Knocky Parker 7:00 11:55 Mo, ft Tue
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 21,1964'United : two or three jut pianists of along with World War L who briefly spoke of the beginning I
UnpublishedArticle America" W* are Inclined to think that of Jan music and CLOUD Yesterday, Today

Appeal report and regular board meeting, 12 noon, 14.... Those who raptly hung on Papa Celeitln and Bunk Johnson played two compositions for and Tomorrow'
Mac' Restaurant very word of historical background If alive, might challenge them. Autograph seekers be- FRIDAY-SATURDAY Sophia Lorea-Color
Kliilmme Elki Lodge regular meeting, 8 p.m. and followed every piano thli. Negroes had their funeral ieited him later. 8:25-Sun. .:05 MOL a Tue
Klwanlt Club Thanksgiving program. Speaker., Orlando District illustration of the development processions back In the early Th second part of the program 'Call Me Bwana'Bob
Superintendent Methodist Church PresentedAt of this truly American I 1900' and even before. And war a very charming and WEDNESDAYThe

Pirate Cove Meeting, 7 p.m., Clvla Center. contribution to music were of the beginning surely go backto sensitively produced version Hop Wheeler Dealers'
Klulmme Chapter 12, 0. E. 8. meets at Masonic Tempi, 8 p.m. the meeting the HI*. all age from ten year old up the cotton fields and perhaps of the always popular Pled Anita Ekberg 7:00 11:00 Color
Regular meeting and evening of fellowship planned. Vlilt- torlcal Society Saturday night, to white haired grandparent the hold of an America- Piper of Hamlin. The casting 'For Love or Money'
Ing members Invited. the unpubllihed article and great-gradparents. They bound slave trader teemed very well done. Th ':15 Color
EAST Club meeting pTogram-byOClMlmmee Music{Coaler. MeA f and Lake -Qkeechobee" Chase almost equally from fit.Cloyd Knock,'* "ttince" at the In- mall figure of the little lame, "
lad, played by Lee Gravel AItCADEI'< I ,
written and Klulmme with .* ,, 'itrument luggeited self teaching EVERY"WEDNESDAY
by Alma HetheVlng.ton I Y u
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER observed outside hit
was doorstep
26i1 liable delegation from Orlando which with the dAelmll.loa
< >" ";'wa* presented kv, Betty agree where he war carving 'Fate Is The Hunter''Bikini <$lJPON NIGHT,
and Winter Park. fact H. hit nickname
"The Wheeler Dealer and "rol' Love Money" playing at Metiger.It .
figure of eats to be cold to < per car
Dr. Parker war particularly when, at the age of four playIng -
South Trail Drive-In. told the story of HamlUton Beach1 Plat One
help tear away the rU. His Coupon
Dlnton, Flngy Conner adroit In capturing the spirit an old upright, a hammer I
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26 1914 and Pogy Bill Colllni who contributed of other jut artliti. Ht demonilrated flew off and knocked him In thetlc projection little of figure this lonely continuedwell I pa-
remarkable abilityto the heed. It later
a war yean
each In his
own way, done
THANKSGIVING DAY. to the of get inside the Intent of the"compositions" that he received hit masters throughout the act I ,
American Legion Post No. 10, 8 p.m. development the of past jail degree In muilc. Th Pled Piper wa* playedby
"Where Love Ha Con" and "The Buccaneer" playing at South area, Dlaiton by the dredging Eileen Dimitrl who. Inter.
operation which gnats In the rhythm area H* This performance wa the i :"aerv e.
connected preted her role wth
Trail Drive-In through Saturday hat left hand first of number of feelingand
the lake with the town of a good strong to a good program natural charm. The ,
NOVEMBER Kliilmme and St. Cloud In Important to piano solos of that the Culture Center and Aldermen were colorfullyand ,
one direction and the Gulf of jatt, but the piano h* worked hope to bring to the county, Imaginatively costumed .
27-Antlqu* and Clinic Car Meet, Ormond Beach through the Mexico In the other with did not lend itself well to for It conceive a* its function and appropriately aloof selfish
29th. Flngy Conner, who Invett- It. His points would have com not only to stimulate telf- and unconcerned about the-
Anthropological Society, Central Florid Museum 8 p.m. ed 140,000 In 4000 acre of across better with but and expression In the creative aril rats, until the mayor was sea
80-Rotary Club.UIII. Don Stetson In charge of program. aw-grai muck ix! mile east drums and perhaps a clarinet. within the county, but alto to verely attacked by one.
This reviewer hat the feelingthat bring In unutual talent from r
of Canal Point, announcedthat The story unfolded In trtdltional .
DECEMBERIWom.n' h* would make this the Knocky would be extremely outline from time to time for style with piper flute

Club meeting, 2:30 p.m. Program: Bible Study largest farm In Florida, but I effective a* himself b.hlndPostmaster "tpectator" enjoyment ing away, tint the rat, then

Gift for<*h... the valuable high-priced cow the children. At the behest of

1-Ellti District meeting with Deputy Paul Smith. Dinner 6:30: failed to thrive on IIw.r... mall 011., the crippled J.d. Wanna know what's going on in town
meeting, initiationp.m.. and before long ..1of\ them Gives Tips the Piper restores hit body,
2-'Sound of Muilc' open at the Orange Bloitom Playhouse, died. H* bought the townilt then bring back hit friends clean stuff, of course? This gal sees all
4321 N. Orange Bloiiom Trail. of Okeechobe plui a few On Christmas and playmate. When "Hlrl,"
Kowboyt vt. Rustic Ptnthert In Tangelo. Bowl game, Euttlt. thousand acre and all. the MailingA asks if h* cm take all the and she will!!! tell.CALL.
-Rotary Club 12:11, Jim Wlnland In charge of program. likeihor land available between persons present into the mountain .
house 9:30 Okeechobee and Canal of goodiet and gingerbread .
7-Social Security Representative at Community :
little planning at this the best inform friends
way and
Cindy the
a.m. to 12.30 p.m. Point pending about 700000. Pled
14-Rotary Club 12:13: Frank Woodall charge of program. He wa unable to get to It, toh "Chrlitmn time can help Ruth"avoid, Postmaster the relative and business associates Piper pipes away, and the chll-

21-Social Security Representative at Community house 9:30: built a road from 20 Mil F. 8. (Benny) Ledbetter Jr. of the cod number for dren on the tttg and audience -
Bend to Okeechobee IB mile dance early out,
..m. to 12:30: p.m. laid today, your ana. empty.
23-Elk* Lodge Open Houta'IfIP.rt,, i to 8. of It along Palm Beach Canal The Klitimmee poitmaaterhat Determine your Hit of gift Ing the theatre in this novel
81-Elk* Lodge New Year Eve Dane., 9 p.m. Breakfast, 1 a.m. and 33 along the lake some tip which will not purchases which must be faihlon. GERTRUDE
The road war a great *uccen. mailed. Such planning allows The tntlr I east deserves
only put ZIP Into Christmas
JANUARY At the grind opening on mailing, but help local postalemployees you to shop early when selections great credit for creativity,
July 4, 1928 t motorcade of and Imagination and ttyllng.I I i
are greatest you can
Cincinnati Symphony Orcheitra, Civic Music Association, move the record- "Hul,"
was played
by Gill
2000 drove from
car up stock up on mailing material
Orlando breaking mountain of mall
Palm Beach; everybody paid a that U expected this Christmas In advance Be lure to pur. Brook. the inspiration for this i
;'''fie rev ty 1.60 toll. At this time, It was season. chat enough material to that show and the director of the
a link In the only croia-itat Find lilt year't Christmas parcel will\ be packed tecurely. Harlinqulnadert. She was at- 847-2883 ,,
rout* from Miami to Tampa mailing Hit I dated by Andy Herman, Dar. ,
If don't find
you rell GUI France Snyder, The-
it, or 'dldnt have one, masks Th postmaster emphaalted da Rupert Theta French El-
one up.Check. that poorly wrapped and IJOMly fried. Dimitri and Carolyn ,
JrAAT to see that all iddrei- I packed carton an the major
Phay, president of the Harli- ,
sea art correct The phonebook cause of parcel poet dam
It usually a good place age. He alto suggested that .
for local addresseeWherever the address be written on only I
possible add the one tide of the exterior wrapping .
\1/ zip code to the addressee on and that a duplicate addnat FROgf-GUARD 14 REFRIGERATOR
v'1 the Hit Because ZIP Code be Included Inside the
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elude the cod for your area

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I it a young woman who li
about to prepare her first j'i
Thanksgiving dinner This li
written for her The moil difficult
part of cooking and
planning a meal li finding
recipes you can tmtt This i ii sill:,,
recipe for roasted turkey li !iii i
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in Better Homes and Gardeniand
it li ai explicit In its In. SUNRISE SHOPPING CENTER
Broad Breasted Grade "A"
itructloni ai anyone could Quick Frozen
with The stuffing recipe and GR "A" QUICK FROZEN BONELESS TURKEY U.S D A,

the the lime giblet source gravy are recipe also from very Roast 96 t'A" T I I Il E V

thorough and If you study e'
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them then
prepare your
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with your turkey and dressing, ,
try some of the new canned FROZEN CHICKEN Z'
cranberry and orange relish,
cheesed' onions, green beans GiZzards u 29XGR 1 A i rZa 18.22
and those good frozen yeast
rolls I don't think It would be vi 1 e
at a1bad\ to serve frozen "." Froien SWIFT er W-0Heavy Boklnfl, a r
pumpkin pies' for dessert as
they are very good and the Hens u' 39>f ,
Important thing Is not the food :; 4: C In'A. '
so much as the happiness of GR FROZEN STAR o.B LB r IissGeese.39
having friends and family
around on this special day we ?
set aside to give Him thanksfor
our bounty of blessings. \ '
So do make your table attractive PHILADELPHIA BRAND CREAM
plan ahead of time your Cheese 291 '
schedule for the morning, let 8.17
the little ones watch all the
parades on television and when FISH FILLETS { POUNDS'/
you sit down to your "first" '
Thanksgiving dinner, sing, Grouperu.391 tii. ,
"Bless this House Oh Lord II' .
We Pray" and this Thanksgiving !REG St, COPELAND SLICED W : L B
will\ be the best one p 0
you can remember. BoIognaLa49romd -
Roast Turkey (Foil rapped)
Stuff turkey Just before
routing Allow I%! to 1 cup
stuffing per pound ready-to-
cook weight. Stuff wishbone MORTON FROZEN Chicken, Beef, Turkey

cavity to pack.bird Spoon Close and settle Rub In skewer opening large stuffing stuffing.cavity neck by, do Shake placing with skin not BEEF SALE S MORTON Pumpkin FROZEN Pit 3-1 fl 1 POT PIES

skewers across It and lacing MORTON FROZEN PIE ?L4
shut with cord. (If opening ,
has band of skin across, Mince3fsy'lASTOR a 8-oz.
push the drumsticks under. W.D BRAND SIRLOIN 6 $1
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fatten opening or tie legs).
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the drumsticks to tail. Press tea LB /
the wings to body so tips are FROZEN FRENCH
flat against side of breast Use Fancy Florida Golden B51eakLB.88F
heavy aluminum foil. Place W-D BRAND BONELESS ROUND
turkey, breast side up In center Fries 5.1" 99
of foil. (Foil should be
wide enough to have 6 to 6 CORK
Inches extending beyond leg
and breast ends of bird; If It
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An Important Element Hospital Notes

Nov 10': Suanna Daggett
Nov 11 : Mr*. Mattie Snyder .
Candenc Clark.
Nov. 12: Jack Carroll, Terry i
J JEditor.
Nov 13: Agnes Holllng-

worth, George Pipkin George Four-Tb. G......, Klwlmmee' Florida, Nov. 19, 1961
r : -- Carloy. Ruby Baa. Page

NOT 14: Mr*. Sue Afford, Pleat put this letter
Why Either Or ? : Mrs Doris Smith Ruby" Col. The Gtette some people: to page one to that people can"n a'
linn, Why are
flow tee that we someone >1n
Nov 15: Mrs. Goldno! Eard- cheap they have to tteal Kissimmee who hiss
of our
almost violent when attacks an, Gregory McKinney Ronnie era from the graves do than
The writer gets someone ones in the more to go around and
interests for holding the Bond. detrly departed steal flower In the cemeten.
the agricultural county !
Nov. 16: Virginia Eggert,
ceI have Just received a letterfrom
back. Mrs Betty Martin, Alto Atkinson Arthur J. Morgan

In actuality, our growth Is dependent on further Franklin, Dtnella Wendell Green Ketchum.DISCHARGES, Pauline. friend.a good I former asked neighborand her to Campbell Hall, N. Y,

development of all of our Industrie*agriculture, man place sums nice red rotes on formerly of
1716 Catherine St.
ufacturing, tourism. And in the process it is complete. Nov 10: Henrlett Ludlum. my dearly departed wif.tgrave Kissimmee
to reduce industry business in Nov. 11: none Mn. Helen Morgan asher
ly unnecessary one or Is November Zfl,
.. Nov. 12; Esther Achilles. birthday
order to increase another. Nov. 13: Terry Baya. Thanksgiving. Day). She has Dear Editor Kissimmee, ElementalParents

From agriculture, Osceola County farmers grossed Nov. 14: Margaret Bateman, been to kind to put fresh The and Teachers Asstxi;;..
Candenc Clark, Terry McKay flowers on my dearly departed
almost $15 million during the 1963-64 crop year. The wlfe't since I left Or. ation would like to express "ui
Susnna Daggett. grave
county's civilian production income (not including Nov. It: Mrs. Sue Alford, ange Gardens last Nov. 1983. appreciation to the KlssimmetGazette.
We feel the wonderful
tourism) is $19 million, and about 29'i comes directlyto Mrs. Doris Smith. When Mrs Robinson got to .
Nov. Id George Carley, Mrs wife's grave in Memory coverage your paper gave
: my
farmers not including the allied industries. annual P.T.A. Halloween 4
Pearl Sullivan, Mrt. Virginia Garden the taw that the flowers our
Agriculture contributed only $5 million to our Blevlnt. were gone and the vase Carnivel helped make it a ucest. <'. s'

economy as recently as 1954. Today's production Is OSCEOLA ADMISSIONS IIOSI'ITAL was shocked turned upside because down.the flow.She Thank you,
three times that of 10 years aa-ol! Nov. 10: Mr*. Jennie Tobias, ers had only been put on the Shirley TiptonCorreaponding

All over the nation, during the week beginning Pervl Wall, Jr., Mr. Jean grave three months ago. Secretary

tomorrow, Farm-City week Is being celebrated. This Kibter, John Wienfng, Ted

will be the first time that the week has been formally Williams Nov. 11, Mrs.: Frederick Ruby Beswick.Tobias.Mrt. Countians Work Toward ,;f

observed here, and Mayor Russell Thacker has formally Georgia Pert, Richard I

proclaimed the week as has Governor Farris Bryant ,.,,+ "Sdii Baisden Mrs. Anna Heinrlch, Parade FloatA ::1
Mrs. Bertha Stallworth, Geo. Inaugural
The result is the enclosed\ tabloid section which Is Kiefer

full of facts about Osceola Agriculture and Agribusiness. Nov. 12: Mrs. Maggie Russ
Arthur Olson, Olin Hight community-wide effort to log citizens took part In the ;;.
Nov, 13: James Odom, Mrs. give Osceola County represen first Inaugural ride and upon
We invite you to take a look at it. You may be Highlna Whitman I Dewey tation in the governor's Inaugural return founded the Silver

surprised at the important position agriculture holdsin Monte De Oca Mrs. Alma parade Is underway.Bob Spun organization

our economy Parsons, Joe Winters Berliniiky and Gordon
Nov. II Mrs Evelyn Yea- Dawson Kissimmee and St.
No, the last thing we In Osceola County need Is a ger Mrs Anna Moots, Miss Cloud Chambers of Commerce Key Club Held

reduction In any of our sources of Income. Let's pro- Terri Alexander Mrs. Jean managers respectively have

mote further agricultural development even as we Koonse Mrs Maude Smith- been authorized to make arrangements InitiationThe
cers, Mrs. Zlxl Hughey. for t float which
promote recreation, tourism, Industrial developmentand iG Nov. 15: Clarence Ketch, would be representative of the .
." Omeola High School
$ .
commerce 1 1Learn 1j al .t I Nicholas Sonora Alva HIgley, diversified county Interests. initiated 19
George Pyle, George McGowan Cost of the float and personnel Key new
members into their club last
ObituariesDAVID Martin Wilson, Mrs Catherine to take care of Its participation .
Monday night The addedmembers r
Hays. the Inaugural .
About ZoningIf In parade taken throughan
Nov. 16: Mrs. Marguerite In Tallahassee on January were
j Funeral Horn Monday at 2:30: Survived by his wife, Loa Schlmmell, Roy Blalock Mrs 5 Is estimated at $800. array of frightful stuntt,
HENRY SANDERS p.m. with ((ec. J. C. Baynum Pearl I Nemeth, Kislmme; Leona Gerrlsh Jess Kibler. effort from eating hors radish to
Funds the
for community
you'are a property owner In Kissimmee, you Mr, David Henry Sanders, officiating Interment was in mother Theresa Nemeth and Nov. 16: Miss Terrl Alexander are being raised by contributions being bathed in ice and sps-
: should make it a point to learn more about the zoning 82, resident of Intercession Osceola Memory Garden, Rle brother Emery of Kulpmont John Wlenlng, Mrs. Ern. ghettl.

under which this city has operated for some six years City for the past ten year del Funeral Horn was Incharge. Pennyslvanla. estine McKinney Mrs Veronica Industries, businesses, or. Th boys Initiated were
I died Thursday afternoon Born and brother Jo of New York Hedgecock Richard Bais ganlxations and individuals Gary Tempelton Sidney Bron
I now. In Pennsylvania h* moved to LOUSNEMETH City, and four listen. den Mrs. Jennie Tobias Mrs. wishing to have a part in Os- son, Terry Robert, Joe Bush-
: In general, each of us gives up some of our own Intercession City upon his retirement The body wa forwarded to Nancy Venters, Mrs. Maude ceola's representation In the er, Dee Vlehman One Pre.

. freedom to do with our own property what we wish, a* a city mail carrier I the Kirby Funeral Horn, In Smithcera Joe Winters.DISCHARGES Inaugural parade are asked to ton, Bob Busher, Wesley Clark
for 35 years In Palmyra, Pa. Mr. Louis J. Nemeth 63, of Bowling Green, Ky, for funeral make their contributions to Mike May, J.rr,.1I.nderson.
In order that our neighbors cannot hurt our property II. was a member of the Second 28H Broad way, Klsslmme services and Interment by Nov. 10: Tommy Haye, Miss either the Klislmmee or St. Alex Digges, Kenny Lockwood
values by substandard construction. United Brethren Church died hospital the Orlando Air the Riedel Funeral Horn. Zilda Heusinkveld, Mrs Shire Cloud Chambers of Commerce Jack Stonebraker Eddie Clm
of Palmyra Bas Born In Kulp- ley Reeves, Ralph Baker Miss ton, Wally Melitshka Troy
It I I. that the fundsbe
. While zoning cannot affect any existing property, Survived by his wife Mr. mont, Pa., h* moved to KIstlmme MARCUS LAEDEKE Martha Stalvey, Mrs. Maggie raised necessary before the end of Burgess, John Pope, Bill Hall
: and therefore there will remain for years undesirable Mattie Umberger Sander of two year afro upon re SEVER Clark, Alberta Reynolds. this month so that the float and Randy Bateman.
tlrement from the U.8. Army. Funeral service for Marco Nov. 11 Mrs Patricia Bess- The Key Club, which is sponsored ,
; businesses in residential areas, and residences in business Intercession City; ton Leroy : work can be contracted
: there are everal signs of how our zoning and Ray of Palmyra Pa., and lie wii a member of the Laedek, 64 of 1400 Main St., ley Mrs. Pauline Forehand Also a mounted troop of the by the Klwanis. is s
areas, Paul I of rural Klsslmme) sisterf Klssimmee Lodge. No. 1873 Klisimmee wen held at 10:30: Mra. Mary Haslar, Mrs. Car. Silver Spurt will participateIn service club at Osceola High.
3 efforts have already paid off, : .,i, JK nx.-,2: -.... Mr, Katie Fitting Leba. BP.O. Elks, the AmericanA .M.'Friday at the Interment rue Berry Mra. Garnet Zornes the parade.; Their cost I It
I ly ;"TtOrt, Pa., and Mr; ElltabelhBfkelman Legion MaklnsgrpiTanon'Post<< ; ( |In Ross Hill Cemetery, with Mrs Daisy Clark. being born by the orgsniittion -
((1)) Central Avenue, zoned Induitfal.oriIna! ( : l II'' ; | \ Palmyra, Fa.| il o.lI 10; Veteran! \t Foreign, the Rev. a B Williams, Mln- Nov 12. Mrs. Dorothy Hsr- it was reported. ,Call ,

", now rapidly building up as just that., grandchildren and 11 treat.grandchildren. : War of the U.S., Bowling later of the First Methodist din.Nov. This will be the first time Parks Furniture Co.
Green, Ky., and the AIIOt'laChunh, officiating. Grissom 13: William Kuhn, In
((2)) Set back provisions have resulted in more ade. Funeral services were held tion of Regular Army Sergeants Funeral Horn wii In charge Martin Winch, Ted Williams, County many will years have that representation Osceola. Fee .......t R...!. .. Y....
In the Chapel of the Rledel Ft Knox, Ky. of Mrs. Edith Leighton RKnUGBNATOftCUSTOM
quate space between homes and In more uniform front arrangement Nov. U: Mrs Anna Heln- at the event. Some 24 ..... sir.elrl

yards, where new construction Is Involved rich Mrs. Ruby Beswick. years ago this January, lead-

Nov. 15: Mrs. Augusta For
II Now we think the County should seriously consider Orange Gardens Jottings tune, Pervle Wall, Jr. James 1

zoning. We invite our legislators *o set up a Odom.
fl' Residents Ramble To Rainbow Nov. 16: Miss Terri Alexander -
t permissive county zoning law, which car be implemented Springs John Wlening Mrs. Emestlne -

I i as desirable by our county commissioners McKinney, Mrs Veron-

Ki I Particularly, we feel that the urbanized areas outside lly Van Held program called "Evolution of and It I I. expected that h* will\ let Baisden Hedgecock, Master Richard
rl\ of our city limits ought to be zoned, as these areas are Enjoying ACL No. 7 Train Jait" at Tupperware auditorium be released some time this Mrs. Nancy Venters Jennie ,Tobias Mrs,
Ramble destination evening. Th.proarr.m week.
, on Sunday on Saturday
and businesses homes and industriesall Maud
Smlthcors Joe
growing Winter
rapidly ,
Rainbow Springs wr a great was sponsored by Os Capt. B. L. Wilhelm visited
deserve the protecting which zoning can give them. many Orange Garden resi ceola County Art and Culture with Dr. and Mrs. Charles E.

dents. Sixteen can were mad Center, of which Dr. Beauch. Gerould this week. Capt. Wil- Local SoldierAt
up In Sanford and filled with amp Is president. The spellbound helm Is the Gerould'a aon-in.
passengeis In Winter Park, to* tapping audience law The Wllhelms are stationed White SandsArmy
About Our EditorialsWe Orlando Klssimme and Lake was well dotted with Orange at Fairbanks, Alaska.

landEveryone I I. In accord, Gardens: residents. Among Flying a plan Into Tampa Pfc. Luclous W. La.
acclaiming the beauty of Rain those spotted] around the room afforded Capt. Wilhelm the nler, son of Mr and Mrs. Lu
are happy to be able to report that at least bow Spring. Many carried were: Mr. and Mrs. E. J, La. opportunity for the visit. clous P. Lanier, 120 Viola
four people read our editorials. picnic lunch and enjoyed It In due Mr. and Mr*. H. ii. Lad- Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Crowley, Av., It participating In Per-
the lovely grounds overlooking. sun Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mat. 1606 Orange Blvd. observed thing missile firings and trainIng .

Several months ago, the "gremlins" crept In, and the springs Also agreed, It oschek, Mr. and Mr. Hubert their 48th wedding anniversary tests at Whit &and Missile
was a wonderfully relaxing Nelson, Mr. and Mrs William last Friday. Congratulation
Rang. N. M.
The Gazette stated In this column that you can go to trip for those who usually do McKlnnon, Mrs. Pearl McKinnon to them! ; CLEARINGas

the New York World's Fair by special trains on "the the driving Mr, and Mrs Clarence Mr. and Mr*. Fred J. Hen- DIAOIINIUlLDOZINO

subway OF the Long Island Railroad" (The original Mr. and Mrs. Norman G. Beckwith, Mrs. Gael H. Lem. gen 1708 Catherine Street $ DIIDOINO
Kilebel visited for ten day mon Mr. and Mr*. Harry Me. visited last week with their only Caterpillar
copy said "OR the Long )Island Railroad.") Since theyare with their daughter Mr*. John Pherson, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth grandson, Fred Dyer, and family All New Heavyran gplpmeafly .

two separate routes one of our good friends Applryard and family, In Pen- Shirley, Mr. and Mrs Fred \ In West Palm Beach. CesOred L Molar M Howe equipment can do it.
straightened us out. tacula, Florida Smith Mr. and Mrs. Erford Mr. and Mrs. Archie Roe UMIMtOMMIVI MUNMOA4ltOt
Dr. Robert I.. Gait, who recently Woods, Mr. and Mr*. Howard had a* their guest this week

Just a few weeks ago we had occasion to use the underwent eye surgeryIn Williams, )1.... William Rose Mr. and Mr*. Hiram Ferry and
an Orlando hospital, la convalesrlng Miss Clarice Houston Miss IOn, Eldon, whose summer You know you can the best for
word "media" when expect job
referring to another newspaper. ahi.* home, UIT Janet Easdale, Miss Elsie McPherson home I I. In Big Flats, N. Y.
You guessed it. This is a Latin derivative, "media"Is Janet Stieet Mr. M. W Bond They are living this winter at PIZZA the money when it's done by Caterpillar-

plural, and the singular is "medium"-and two of Mr. and Mrs Walter J.Swcetman Sarah Bond Charlie Bond, Dr. Clearwater. Recent visitors,
of Washington D. and Mrs. George E. Beauch' also, of Mr. and Mrs. Roe were built tractors
our news writing acquaintances straightened us out C, visited a number of their amp, and Mr and Mrs. Arthur Mr. and Mrs Lyman Smith of FREEZETI'EDRIVEIN

on this one promptly, f i'lends In Orange Gardens this O. U.ld.Onrnlrht, Waverly, New York and New Caterpillar
week. Beach. machinery is best all 'roundfor
guests of the Smyrna
When we editorialized In favor of annexation, not NARCE (National Association Beaurhamps this week were Florida's type of land clearing. Theycan

a soul said anything about annexation to us, but one of Retired Civil Employees Mr. and Mrs. Leon Siler of

irate and anonymous lady phoned to tell us what she house) met at 12:30 In the They Washington The In-Gathering., 1) C. Needle do the rough and tough jobs like rootIng -

thought of our opinion that the county has no business report a good attendance and work Guild of America, will\ stumping, clearing-out palmettos,

paving streets in residential areas outside the city, an enjoyable afternoon.Mr. be held Friday, November 20th for
"I nee they aren't in position to pave the residential! Utter M. UalsUr York.will at I pmn In the Orange Garden drainage and filling-in low
drive to Syracuse, New Community House. Mrs.
streets inside the city limits. this week, where ke will spend George Glover says that the

a month with his con*. public Is cordially Invited to Notable
AH of which Is to urge that you comment on our Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stamford attend. Speaker for the afternoon And like Caterpillar machines, you can

editorials If we say something you agree with, we'd 620 Catherine Street enter'tamed will be Mrs. WilliamS During. the year vf.*v* served, many the
like to know. But particularly if we say something their guest, Mr. Evelyn < Kllpatrkk of Norfolk. Church and Mill D. Catter- bereaved families. of these
from Many who
you disagree with, let us know so we can publish it Virginia and Mss. Pearl Miller mole. Mrs. Seckman, who bat comment stress the family's appreciationof operate them

under the "Voice of the People." of Washington D. C with mad a study of the migrant the personal quality *f our service-a
sightseeing trip In the area. worker and his needs, will qu.litrllCted IB each service we provide For custom clearing, call on a man who
Together, your ideas, and my Idea, and every- They enjoyed Cypre* tpeak on The East Coast Migrant srutRe a

body else's Ideas can combine to make Kissimmee and Garden, The Great Master'pile. Miss Cattermole la a 116110IIII. saeReath operates Caterpillar equipment and
Gatorland, IUIIIW11IIOOII:
Bok Tower nurse tt the Eccleaton Hospital
Osceola: County a better place to live. and other places of Interest for crippled colored children serviced by Rozier

Miss Gertrude Harvey las and will tell of their auoa'TIQIIIII

1tJE liissin"ee Gazette Catherine In Osceola Street Hospital I* a patient work.served. Refreshment will be JIIEDEL"N0

Mr. and Mr. H W. Worst Mr. and Mr* Franklin '
ALCODY EARL E. NEIBERGER BOB CODY have returned to their home at James and family of Carra- AMItRAeKI rsla1 isms
Editor Editorial Director Street Their aum- tor I M M l l11111 f
Publisher 704 George belle Florida visited Mr. and lIaYlCI J
seer home la la Erie Ptnna. Sirs. M. E. Water IIS11MM11IOIIOA i
A JOHN H. PERRY NEWSPAPER Mr. and Mr*. H. Cameron
Mr. Wilmer Nelle who has OZIERCATERPILLAR
Second else poiUft paid tt Pot Office .t Kleelmmee, Florid, Love of Xenia, Ohio are with enjoying been confined to an Orlando PMONI R
82741. PublUb every Thursday Stewart Avenue and Verona' an attended visit hospital la reported doing\ well .74U. +.
47-2881.. Mail Addreai P.O. Bo* his parent, Dr. and Mr*
I Street Kisalmmes.1Tsiephone\ Cut Love. M A C H I N
Dr. and Mrs. George E. rUwert Fee AH Oeeaat*.e I R Y CO.QRUNDO'FLOftlOA .
General .dv.rtlln bawd on open rat of '.M per agate llM. .
hats Saturday -
rti.lni on pea rate of .98 per column inch wltJadJu.1II.ate Beauchamp were
Local .dv brad Kaotky) EWE HUGH'S
Dr. John W.
'or GaulfM\ .dvertalni| fAMPA
i words eU sallied' display under contract at 11.28 P"M0 Parker and --. Job and FLORIST
)5 per Jimmle. Dr. Parker a nationally .

_I columa Inch. price' br" ,nail par year, monUl ......0, fir known jaia pianist wa W Bred.ay 474S41 -
SubacrtptJoa: In Klssimmc to present a lslerelllse' Cat see ,Neesise gee se.leeee
,10 per tesesaeels ee
I carrier teteesslee tuslee c.

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Mrs. Raleigh Rolls Irma Holzman to

Hosts Rose CircleThe Head Campaign

TIE 0I aJ.

ROM Circle Garden Club "The 1944 Christmas Sea ... '.1 1"1,<'
met Thursday at 1:80 p.m. at Campaign will be headed laOaceola < ,,",>j

the home of Mr*. Raleigh County by Milt Irma .
Roll Mrs. Jennie Phillip and Hokunan of Kltiimmee It
Mr. Hilpa M. Pryor served as has been announced' by Francis
cohosteaaea.Mr P. Auger, chairman. Central
I { *. Malvin Samuels, horticulture Florida Tuberculosis and Respiratory
Eby certainly mil not being ableto
Hy Hetty
Tilt Gazette, Klsiimmee, Florid, No?. *9,1V6hi'afe Owe chairman, prevented' a Disease Anoclition.Auger Birth, day congratulation return to Kuilmmee this
on horticulture, ..treas.log praising the past
this week art being tent to fall They celebrated their 62nd
flowering tree of Florida. of Miss Hultmtn
achievement Irene Elmer Pam Gray, Slim wedding anniversary at Granville .
Mr. Robert Smith, garden In public service projects, laid .
Partin, Ub Dlllard Billy Hansell Ohio on October 1
," therapy chairman announcedthat the Association looked forward
I ..\{, JI- ,I r member would make confidently to a record Christ- ). Lottie llanaell Jimmy Also a not from the Joseph
York. Marcella Wolfs who several win-
I d..' for shut-Ins spent
tray favor at the mat Seal Campaign this year r Mr
.. Mavis Robertson, Clayton ten here. They miss their
: December workshop meeting under her leadership
; : Burton ., Williams Cindy Partin. Pam Florida friend and read the
Mr Fred circle flower
I a.. ( "Tuberculosis and other Beaton Luclle Squires" Agnes" Uatett from front to back
show chairman announcedthat Respiratory Diseases h. v e Canale, Tommy Hay, Buck each week.
the annual Klssimmee been the focus of unusual public Ruth
Jewell, Johnny Roberson,
Linda Mickler, daughter of
Garden Club flower show "
attention this Auger Dick
year Griffin. Delia ,
Mr. and Mr*. M. P. Mle'kl.r.It'Ct ,
would held February 4.
said. "New scientific finding Mrs. P K Tlndall Judith Ann Arree
Mr Owen Godwin presented
Mrs. C. W. chairman HONORED- left Sunday for a whirlwindtour
on various front reemphaall WMU last week in Pete Dee, Dan Johnston, Lois
and Weaver gift at the meeting of the Baptist of Part and London
presided announcedthat
a circle member, Mr*. Albert the Importance of these. recognition of Mr. and Mr Weaver' (Oth wedding anniversary.Photo Griuom, Sara Jan Schmidt, fashion center She was chosen -
ailment a* a continuing public by Eby> Ann Lawrence, May perions
( for this good will trip forth
Roger, had blue
won a health problem In order Best wishes to each of you
Fashion Institute of America
ribbon during a flower show that w.. may be able to deal Congratulation alto .. Bill
held recently at the Colonial in Atlanta, where she I I.
effectively with the problem and Betty Frake who are
1'1.... The show was sponsored during the coming year It I I. Mrs. Weaver Honored celebrating their wedding anniversary a studentAl
a by the Allies and Daetwyler essential that the 1M4 ChrlsU today and to Sid and and Dot Cody are In Chicago

Shore Garden Club, both of mss Seal Campaign be a luc- At WMU Meeting Tuesday .Jill McCain who will celebrate this week attending the
L Orlando, In cooperation with eels" theirs the 28rd. Printing Industries of America

' r ( the Colonial Plaza Merchant 6,533 Individual In Osceol Among our winter residentswho trade ihow.Rob .

X t1 Ann County received Christmas The W. M. V.) of the FirstBaptist clothing and other neededItem have returned for the Cody left Wednesday by
Members attending were Seal letter on November 16, lesion are the Don Dehnoffa boat out of Miami for Central
which distributedamong
held Its monthly
I i Mr*. Robert Carter Mr*. the opening date of the Cam Church thousands were of from Findlay, Ohio; the Lee America on a six week bllal.n. .
meeting Tuesday, November nerdy or
George Sellmer, Mri. Fred ...
paign. Amanda, Ohio
........,... Burton Mr*. William Drttmer 10th. An executive board meet. phan Mr. Owen Godwin and Young from of;
Mr Chester Worthington Mr. and Mr* Walter Mar.
., ... Mr Samuel, Mr. log preceded the regular meet.log Mrs William T. Soldlno: lung
-- Smith Somers Conn; U W. Cum. tcr and ion, Scott and Brian
CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY-Mr. and Mri. Frank Rolling- Mrs. Fred Althouie Mrs. Con New Rooks AddedAt at which the president, a duet. mines from Troy, Pa.; the will spend the Thanksgiving

worth celebrated their 62nd anniversary November 12. They don Scott Mrs. Phillips, Mrs Hart Memorial Mrs. Agnes Brlnson, presided. Mr. P. K Weaver, who recently Charles Walton from Herirher holidays with Walter' mother,
moved to Kiitimmei 15 yean ago from Detroit Michigan. They Pryor Mrs H. W. William, Mr. Peggy Campbell was celebrated' with Mr. 111.; Fred Holiemer of .
chairman of the Mr Elsie ,
Dare three daughter living in Michigan alto three grandchildren l Mrs. Earl D. Clark, Mrs Roger The following new book elected' prayer Weaver their golden wedding Cleveland, Ohio for his 9th Grlgiby
and great-grandchildren, (Photo by Ebjr) *, Mr. Rolli, Mr*. Francis have been added to the Hart WMU and Mr*. Campbell and anniversary, wa presented year. Mr. and Mr*. Earl E. Elliott .
Hewitt, Mr. Thomas Stover Memorial Library acordlng to Mr*. Dayton Treat, stewardship Mr*. Lena Hunt I I. returning o' Onega, Kansas were
Mri. Conley and Mrs Stanley Mary Hansel), librarian: chairman, were appointed with a gold-trimmed coffee this week after spending an guests last week of the Earl
Evan to promote the loWe MoonCbrbt.m. carafe. The presentation was'
extended vacation In
A Kind of Anger Eric Syracuse Nelbergeri" ,
Amber .. offering during the mad by Mr*. Owen Godwin. New York.
) The Lost Colony, Edison week of December 6th to Uth. Mr. Brlnion recalled the serve. Jim and Jean Prather left
Ingathering to beHeld Marshall; A Right to Die, Rex Mrs. Gladys Schmltt of the ice performed by Mr*. Weaver Thursday to return to their Christian &I.ite.Society *
November 20 Stout\ ) Patton Ordeal and Beth Jones Circle bad chargeof to the church and WMU. For home In Hayward California
Triumph, Ladislas Farago Ills
; a very Interesting programon many year Mrs Weaver was' after a short visit with Jim's Each Wednesday, a p...
Majesty's Highlanders Leslie Korea A. B. Clark, who of the WMU. J. W. Marl .
Eccleston Callahan Memorial president parent, Sam and Pra 101 N K*.dolpliReadsj
; Hertog, Saul spent torn time In Korea at Lockwood Hi his
Hospital Orlando la one of s.ngH ther Service 11 ..**.
the recipient of garment Bellow Bellow) A Chaplin Charles C the clot of the war, gave an Ey on the Sparrow", a A note from the Norris Ir. ftinday School tM a.*.
mad by member of the Orange ) Klsiea, account of his experiences inVlhli.M of Mrs. Wearer win this week said that they
Garden branch of the Bruce Jy Friedman; Chaplin ..e....... *.A MltilUH a_ home
t Needlework Guild of America Charles Chaplin; A Sonar of for girl, and expressed gratefulnes .
Sixpence, A. J. Cronin; With. for the packages of
Mill Dorii
Cattermole nun
draw Thy Foot Cld Rlcketts DIVIDED 3 STORAGE GIANT-SIZE
at the hospital will be one of Sumner.
the speakers at the Fall Ingathering
Friday, Nov. 20th Also The Warren Report on SHRIMPIn

2 p.m. at the Orange Garden the Assassination of PreildentKennedy A Barter COOKTOP DRAWERS OVEN !
Community Houie. She will ; Four book of Beat
Y tell of the work that I.I being American Playi; Rug Braid. FREEZETi'EDRIVE.IN
done at the hospital. Ing, Helen H. Freeley; four

Alto, a* the migrant worker children' book Including
*, Bell Glade also receive three of the Mary Poppina

OFFICERS SPEAK-Mr*. Alma Timmoni, left, Mri. Kitty Mc. garment, Mr. W. C S< Cain, and Mr*. Helen Walker right ttat officer of the School man will give a report on a Donation of boob ar A II":; .'"|-.l h ;-- l(

Food Service Association were guest speakers at the district recent study she mad of migrant greatly 'lIprtClated.Auxiliary .c.W

*iv. meetlnt here last week. (Photo by Ebjf) worker and their problem to Here's real convenience
Plans ". at a thrifty price Ie I IBlf
Food Service Four Delegates Rummage SaleThe JUNIORS ?

Workers Met Here Attended Meeting Sorority Held I: r ,- 23* Matter Oven, Broilers

Model MeetingThe executive committee and r Cty.Sat Oven and Appliance
Region Five of the Florida The delegates from the Kin member of American Legion :::.. Timer Minute Timer
School Food Service Auocls. tlmme Junior Woman's Club Beta Epsilon chapter of Auxiliary will meet Thursday HUNT BROS. \ ,
tion met at the Oaceola Junior attending the junior district Beta Sigma I'hl held a model noon November It at the Legion t \ e Pushbutton Control

High School lilt week. This meeting in Eustis on Novm meeting at the. horn of Mrs. Home, Members are requested 4,. s Full Length Fluoratcant Light ,

district I I. made upof R.ctll1"! ,bet H *eV* Mr*, Dougla,, Norma Gail Spencee! amid ten to bring, a sandwich; .$ s 7 '.. -tny Faslures
eranp.'lIrevard. taker Sendisole *1 Thomas, Mr*. George Gant live Halloween decoration. its cities will be served. BeautifulInteriors : ..e 'J s I,.,,, ,, .
Voluila and SimUr Mr. Joseph Gainer, and Mr. purpose was to allow the The unit will hold a rummage -
Guest speakers were Mr. Herbert Parker The session guests to tee a "working meet sale Friday and Saturday Fast flitntlessl "
Alma Timmoni of Tallahassee, began with coffee and regltratlon *. In<<." November 20 and 21, In ,
tats president and Mr. Helen at 9:15.: Mrs. Fred Guests Included Polly Tyson the former house of Bargain
Walker preildent-elect The Spardlin Jr., district seven Mary Ruth Rogers Helen Nel. on Main street Anyone having .
them wa "School Lunch junior director announced the ton, Joan Lovell. Bridget Gainer donation for the isle I I.
Open Door*". next fall board meeting will Nina Sue Crowell, Mary asked to bring them to this KISSIMMEE PARKSFURNITURE
LII Colburn was elected to be In Lakeland and that the Ellen Carter and Katy McMil- address Thursday between 2
nerve a* a director for a two Florida tate convention will len. and 4 pm. or to the Legion Furniture Co. CO.

year term be In Hollywood Beach on An Informative programwas Horn before I p.m Thursday,
Hostesses were the mem April 1926. presented on "Jewelry rl....., no shoe r.... 847-44II Moon J-434
ben of the Oiccota County The program was presentedby Its history and the election: of 23 BROADWAY Ask about our my payment tirmiX"j'

Association of School Food Mrs. Kathy Meddleman of diamond by Pat Guynn and
Scrvlc Their decoration carried the Junior Soroil Club of Or. Virginia Murray.Highlands. Party Honoree

out the them of "Cow lando. She brought with her
Mill Patty Cailer popular
Capitol Center". The lunch. the suitcase exhibit of the P-TA Junior High School student,
eon was held at the junior high Central Florida Museum of week with
who leaving next
cafeteria, Physical and Natural Science: To Hold Carnival her family to make their homeIn HOT-NEW DODGE
This exhibit I I. taken to the Ypiilantl Michigan was
hospitals and schools throughout Th Kliiimme Highland
KAST CLUB MET honored at a party Saturday
P.TA carnival I will be
Orange county. The historyof
TUESDAY NIGHT when Sharon Crawford, Call
shells, fossils, stone and Saturday at the Highland Langiton and Colleen O'Meal-
The Kliiimme High School Indian I I. explained by colorful School from 4 p.m. until according entertained at the O'Meiley
entertained member of the picture and various examples to the chairman Cecil home. FUN-SIZE DODGE

Xiulmme All-State Tourist of these four categories. Cantrell. Miss Caller was presented a
Club Tuesday night with millie Burs cessions were, held on On hand for the youngsters parting gift by the hostesses
by the choir mat chorus, membership finance parliamentary end parent alike will be and more than SO guest who
solos and Initrumentali. procedure, and public booth designed In the Thank attended the party
During the business union affairs. The workshop on combating giving theme, a merry-go-
it was announced that 18 table communistic propaganda round pony rides and many
were at play at the card was held In Leeiburg November other attraction that go witha FULL-SIZE DODGE

party Mondy night. These par- 11. Also, the workshop carnival Food booths J.Uif g TALL
ties are open to all club member on crime prevention will be In
December 1. In hamburgers and hotdogs.All .
Leesburg on
Clem Stephenson vice preil this workshop the problem of chairmen parent who r 1f1 GALSaril
dent, announced that there child molesting will be discussed participate and volunteer 1J
were 044 memberships paid and the film "Pat and to will Cantrell be appreciated, according ,: : LONG ALL-NEW DODGE

the largest to date at this Gabby" dealing with this subject WAISTIDT
period. will be ihown. Invitation

ere being sent t* the various 'Sound of Music9 Wa w.cle lre h year seeds.
O.E.S. FELLOWSHIP TO BEHELD Khoolboard members PTA'sand
TUESDAY EVENING minister In district even Opens December 2 WINTM PAIl MAU

to attend this very Important "Sound of Muilc" will Wpre..nted 0,.. '1i1'OO Po M. LOW-PRICE DODGE
The Kliilmmee Chapter 62 and Informative workihop.
by the Orange Blots
O.E.S. will meet at > p.m. November
sera playhouse beginning December
24 at the Masonic
2 at the --
Temple on DaUn St for after an SLATED SUNDAY 4321 N. Orange Blossom Trail ST. LOUD HOTELSt. -
Ticket for this smash .
the regular meeting. Their The Christian fringing Convention Broadway kit tale Clo-1, NarUo '
art on at
memorial service will be ob will hold a gospel ling the .
and visit Sunday at 1:30 at the First Monday through SUNDAY DINNER
served. All member
from .
Friday I to I ... Ticket
tend.Ug member are Invited U at. Anburndal Missionary*.Baptist Church of price range from '2.10 .. $&. lend* Sews 11 em *06 J ,. t'.J

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Factor Freak '
RU88ELL STOVEST" ''''1 1
: Candies A bite MM M ...... f m.lUUi + \
r ay'a .... CaMr** a1 ... *.).* iii -**.* ;J.I
St. Cloud$ Hotel -I, atwhr weed to s.*l ... "
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I.t"n of the itat. or FIori. Oil East Mieels.ipl DrIve lED No. It.... 200.1 Owen Godwin. minimwn ..76ClaMtfM GIRLS OVER SI to work in Bar Sebdivletaa according 'f Flat my Hand tbla II sad d"x"Pet;
: llesy Bank '
"' A Reataurant recorded in Flat Soak page ?
: ole Jack Puelicher Eiperienca not eCeOl5Coent 'w"v"4.
: .I with. 101. publIc I rrd. or
.. Charles. Oonyo *. Trust*. North: Water Street NEW FIVE bed,.. couatrybom Dtatday ( -.e,)..ary. we will teach you. FlorIda:
BBRTHA BA8B *t .41 Emmett Street liuiWiekee, Wisconsin .. Three batt with Flori out .banter): centered 8point Salary and Tip*. Tueky'i Bar I lying *'eeterty ef aa 4 withlutlO I SoMS&oIiCUITOSCDOLA
IMlmmee, Florida $SD line feet of the *U rvy It St*I '
or U"kof.1:: IslEt 4
a* :1.1/
RULlI 'U.INOTJ. 0/0 Mr. Hendereee. l.illia.i k .... aad ...tral! .heat Don Restaurant on Hwy 16, near Road I**. faction naid' COtntTT, FLORIDA
DOJUINr The D.I.ware ional Bank Canl StreetsosnjaJ wonto, 14 pofot I..... coast st. Cloud. ...",., line being descrIbed; asB .f: .
aniiWaies M* ......... Available adjoinb DBPtrrf: CLBRKSEAL
1M'l0. Delhi Mew York.Rb ll. u 6 words; 18 point Hue ron_': I
: AND $ 100.2 201.2. 100.1 ItU ; asrese.. mooo term 847. .1. o. the West line cr Sec- ( 0MURRAY
count a* 8 ward 24 W.
point OVBR8TRI
DUE 'TAU Helen O Howard T. Morn. 6 SPARE TIME INCOME Mon SI. Townahlp SI Bouth KT."R
CI"" S04 Tiffin Street sell cavel .jr.,1Dny. line count a* 12 word Range S G East, at a point 117.II County Attorney, Oaceola Coun'v
TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CON. Wlllard. Ohio Callfornl.I Refilling and collecting money feet North of the Stouthwst corner 1S4 Bro.dw.A.
CERN. and to all parson and BRD No 1".1 Mo. REDUCED FOR quick aale PHONE 8472881 from NEW TYPE high quality of aald Section II, aald point KI..lm..i I'i i.ctc.. and
partl. claiming or having soy William R. Howard Nice bundltIC 10. 8t Cloud coin being on the arc of a curve concave BuliMneTallahaaa
'laht. title. Interest. **tat*, mortal 104 Tiffin street 1".1NR'i".I'?. DEADLINETUESDAY operated diipenteri In this to the SWuthweaterly and Holland
or other lln to or on those Wlllard Ohio M x 100. ,400 76 100. HOONelaon area. No selling To qualify you having a radIus of OTIS Ca feet **, FloridaOf

certain pare.!* of land herelnaf sill> No. US.IKlekhafer IJ Realty, 117 Broadway NOON muit have thence from a tangent beaming Counsel rNh.h. Petltlonert.
Ur d..crlb.d. and the rollowln.per..n. RIGHT OK WAY car, references, $600 of South 44'lS'll' Eaat ruaSouthesaterly Oct SI, 8. IS, II, lIft
., toasther with all unknown / B C. corE'0 afer. Pr *ldnt WtD 151.1, lOll, IOU 847'80. to 11000 caih. Seven to twelve. alone acid curve*
claiming 850 Mouth Sired I o through a central angie of IS Patronize Your
parson by 'r hours
weekly net excellent
through or under known p.r. Pond Du Lac Wisconsin' dWleilofMprJtosa'. LOTS 21 % 22, Block 2, Idora Real Estate for Rent can IT IS" a dlatanc* of ISIS SI feet
son, who arc dead or who *re fc-HP 200.1 It... Addl.|. Park. Located on Adim St. monthly income. More full time to the South line of aald Section
not known to b. dead or allv. B. Irene KingUaillpoile lion to the Town of Klaslmmre For personal interview write. I). <(North< line of Section II. said' NaborhoodMerchant
8RCT1ON 110101101 Ohio according the Official' m block from lake. Addreu GARAGE APARTMENT, sir Township and Range) at a point

sTATE ROAD 10OHCBCLA HHU No IOU, IOSS, IOU hat recorded. In Ill PublicRecord. P.O. Box 1228, Charlotte N.C. conditioned, three room WINDSOR DISTRIBUTING III II feet Each of the South-
COUNTY Harry KlncUalllpolla f ( t'Inm: screened porch. 8. COMPANY 6 N. BALPII AVE... went corner of paid Section It.I .
P'Fonida. liut 16 Dilling
of aald Section '
NAMES ADDRESSEE Ohio Northwest corner
Myrtle B Buck HHU No. 1011 IOSS IOU lying within *l feet Northerly of MOBILE HOME-10 x 47, on: ham. Inquire Moorefleld Build.' PITTSBURGH, PA., 16202. In.. IS), thence continue alone

ISO? LKaytu Btreet Mabl Rice the purvey lint of Htm Hoadtot nice lake lot, $6,90000 Two Ing. 8474667. elude phone number.LOOKING. paid curve through!r a central an E Stove e Refrlgerttor
Cape May New ""'..r IOu. Orelsmrr Avenue Section nolO; Mid aurveyline furnished St.I i O00'41' a dlatanc of
bedroom house
SH No. lot.I Hsmllton) Ohio beingdeerrlbrd follow: fOI.1f feet to the end of curv.. USED FURNITURE I
Butler $110 Mil 1(11, till, 111.I Begin (t a point on th. Weat Cloud, 13.80000. Lak lot for TWO, ONE bedroom apart' thence run South IIM411" lad
John North Pennsylvania Avenue W /'R'jo line of the NKU *f *ptlion II.Townehlp l050.14 feet to the brclnnlnc of,
Welleton Ohio lool
MKU No i.OU., 10..., IOU Hamilton Ohio Kant, a distance 1 of I III feet Co., Hwy 441, at overpai Lakeside Motel V Apartment and havIng a rtdlue of M N. Gertrode St t RR
I-eula BULl No, Mil, 1I1S, HIS, till Mouth of tSr Northwest corner. Phone 8474014.KITCHENETTES. looses feet, thence run alone
tot North Pennsylvania Avenu Blanch* L. Roach thereof" thi-nc.. run North 116*. LOTS $10 down $10 month at! SOMETHING NEW? aald curve throuch a central an.Itle Orlando
elision. Ohio 1141 'th AvenueHuntington St Fait, H. .. feat to the b. of S7'l01lra dletanc of
8HD No. 1011 '0..., 101.S Weal Virginia Rlnnlna of a curve concave to $495 and $895. Water and ROOMS and 4IISII feet to th* end .of .curve,
the Houthrrly and Saving a r.dl. road In. Lak privilege, trailer apartment By ..week, thence run bout 11-41 40' Eact
u. or lItlO.00 r..t; thence run NEW Terrltorie la this area
a dletanc of III It feet to the
I Kanterlyalueg Mid curve tbroullbr' Turk, Bar and Restaurant month or year. Capitol Motel, for new dealer South line of aald Mention it, nt SAND ROCK

bdio and SALES SERVICE ceetrel of CII W I.feet of.r IS.' a end ':; Hwy 15 near St. Cloud or A. G. Burns, owner Hwy 441. Available, handling the world. a Houtheaet point 471 corner.IT feet of Beet aald SectionII of the MORTAR MIX

Electrical Appliances I curve. ; thence run Houth ll'II'lb' Phone 892-2583. Owner. 8474341. famous SYLVANIA brand I for the end of thla purvey line STEEL & WIRE MESH
East llll 10 font to th* East
Complete Home furll.hlll'FURNITURE I line of aald NKV. at a point ..*. NO DOWN payment Furn!.he< FIVE ROOM home-completely FAST moving Radio and T.V. The deacrlptlon l land herein described con-

T V. PARKS CO. I feel via, lhnrnofNJNTAIN2J11J South cr lb. Northeast ebr. house sleeps four, must see I furnlihed. 1% bedroom. Tube, sold thru our newett tales.... 1140 equate fiat more 0'I.
KI..lmmee SI. Clod j ( 1411 aquar. feet to appreciate $4500. Eat], No ewer or water bill to pay. model Self-service tube teller. OWNED BY: WILLIAM It. H1W. -

(.III acres BT.) more LKOLA or lessOWNKH BUTLFR" term Apply Tuck,'. Bar A One child. No dog. $45.00 per Thli unique method of talei,,, ARt and wife HELEN O HOW- ,

and husband JOHN BUTLER; Restaurant on Hwy IS, near St. month. 847-2050. proven successful in B yearhlttory 'RIJ DRAINAGE EASEMENT r

and K IIIKNK KINJ and hue. Cloud or Phone 8922583. Owner. of operation. Tremendou SRI No. 1111LATERAL 00'-
band HARRY KINIIIIUIJJol.'T WELL FURNISHED apart. multi-million dollar market DITCH RIOHT @

RANCH GROVE ('(iNTl4AC'' TO In favor: UNRECORDED of H. STAN. CYPRESS SHORES -Spiclouicuitom / menti. Twin and double bedi. available yearly. Cash Investment (IPAHTt V\FHT)) STATION 11+00

LET BAKU and wife (CULKNA T. built lakeside home on Carport. Adult only I 320 Hugh, required from (2,19000 That part of: KISSIMMEETRANSiTMIX
HAM. : and Interest If any of H. lot 200 X 250. Cltru berrIes St. to t3.4911.00-E.mlnr. could Lots 44 and 4T Talentar Park
SPREADER SERVICE K CtiULTPK and wife CARRIE ey up aocardlif to plat In flat Book 1
E. COULTKK ItIOSIT aa to a Life Estate grape, flowering tree and 'I net over $473.00 per month pai 1C!, publlo record Of Oacnla *-

OK WAY *. Phone 847-2255 before FURNISHED, NEARLY new, BUSINESS IS FULLY SETI'P County. Florida,
EARL MURPHY lORD IOH. IOU large two bedroom lying Northerly of and within 10 Phone: 847.3524
That part of: 8 a m. or after II p.m. apartmentTil INCOME STARTS IMMEDIATELY feet and southerly of and withIn .
Owner II The" East 110 feet of Lot IS Block I bath oil heat, carport. Realonable. .. a NO SELLINGOR 10 feet of a ditch urvey linedeacrlbed
A Johnston lark .- aoordlnf ae LOT-North Dixie Highway .t 847-2768. 0e a* follow:
to plat recorded In Plat REQUIRED Commence on the Wot line cf:
; pate It I, public recorde Gem 7 eltrui, deep well, REPEAT BUCINESS e Hectlon I, Townahlp II South I SEE THE
iMceola County, Florida. George Weit 8207 Cedar Ave. THREE ROOMS and ihower. Range 10 Kant 'I4I
Phone 847.3821 I lying within I* feet NItl tl tlltro: of UtIlities furnished except ga*. Requirement: Available Capital fret North of ht.Urg :. cor
the curve line of 4-8 spare hour each week, ner of aald ecllon I, NIl point
Nicely furnlihed I 65
100, Section IIOIO! aald survey I OPEN HOUSE !III! I and clean, Auto, and sincere desire to own being on the arc of a eurr con.
POST OFFICE BOX 141 KISSIMMEE FLA. line being described aa follows: quiet. Clone In. 21 Central. 847. the Northeasterly end
Begin at a point on the West 1118 CATHERINE ST. 4509. and operate your own buiinen. t Tno. radlu* of t7ll.(S feet

I i'ownehin line of the II NE'4 boutS.of Section Stan.. II 24 Orange Garden For personal Interview on thlt thence from a I.n".nt. bearing I CARL SCHMIDT
of South SCSI tl Kant run
; Kant a distance of I.10 feet Completely furnished S bedroom FURNISHED DOWNSTAIRS opportunity, write I Including alona auld curve through a en

Itoulli of the Norihw.nt cornerihreof 1H bath home. Many extra apartment Reaionabl rent. phone number to New Teat DI. tral angle of OI'Of'U" a rtl.Unce I RAMBLER
I PRESTIGE .. thence run Norlh 18.01'In of 111 II feet, for the POINT OK
Eaat ...... feet to the be- Florence Harriett will ihow you 604 S. Dilllngham. Inquire 203S. vision of UNIVERSAL ELECTRONICS BEGINNING, thence from t. tananil -

HOMES ginning' of a curve concave to thli excellent value Clyd or call 847-3013 after CORP., 8363 Olive bearing uth, $7'5S'07"
I "I'r 1r.
Ih* Southerly and having radlua { I Orlando
a .
Kout. run Wept a Highway
Street .
500. Road, St. Louis 32 Ml
of 11,4111 feet) thence run W. H. Morse, Corp.. dlatanc of IPO feet thence run
BUILT Easterly alone, said curve thru aourl. South 111111' Went a dlatance
a central anile of P17, a dlaIsn.e Realtors FURNISHED, NEARLY new of 100 feet thence run North 847-3121
FOR YOU of 45117 feet to the and of large two bedroom ?.OI'U" Wed 10. feet for the L i
curve: thencs run Mouth 1111 323 Broadway 847-3133 apartment end of this ditch eurvey line de.errlptlon .
SI' Kast mil* feet to lbs East Tile bath oil heat, carport. I

By __. line fif cold NB%, at a point .... Renonabl 847-2768. easterly alone eatS .ctorv througha Th. land herein dncrlbed tontal !
feet Mouth of the Norlhtaet corner COUNTRY HOME contra angle of 141110', a loo square feet more or
thereof! distance of ." ...
I"' fret to the I.
CONTAINING tIlt iquar feet Large Cement Block horn. Clot* FURNISHED ONE bedroom South line of aald Section SI OWNED BY: RU88ELL E

George L. ReynoldsFor m"" or I..* In. Spaclou room 8 furnished cottage with utilities $9000 North line of Section II, aaid I ROACH and wife BLANCHE L.ROACH .
OWNED HY: CHARLFS!: & DON Townehlp and
Binge), at a point
Yd a. TrusteeHUhmT room. with walk In cloiet. month. Two bedroom houiefurnlihed III 10 feet Kant of the Southwest RIOHT Of
TU: UNRECORDED living room and bedroomi have St. Cloud $6500 corner of cud Section, SI (North $RD No. llll, HIS

Further Information Call 8 ..7.2266 of OPTION R B TO RRKQEN I'RCHASB: : and In wall to wall carpetingKitchen month Trailer apace $1250 wad thence corner continue of aald alona Section: aald curve II). That part ofLot :

KIIKILA!: 1IKHOKN and ... hat birch cabinet and month 470 451 and .... (EXCEPTth
C. built-in or on lake $10.00 month.S. through a central angle of 117' Want 170 feet of aald

UORbKLoNRIUHT 11.:1\11'1' and wife MART gal oven and range. Utility A R. Pawn Co. Hwy 441 ..toverp. II th"*, a end dlatanc I of curve of ,III thence.01 feet run to nit and 101 Seminole Land and Lot BUiLDSTOUGH

OF WAY room and car port. All thl* on .... South ".U'"" Each a distance Inventment Company Bubdlvlilonof '
SRI 101.1. 101.1 large fenced lot. Fruit and lhadetrie of '%'r.f.r..t for the end of this Range Section 10 I Eaet, TownshIp, lying II North louiS of,
JOR ECONOMY: That The part West of lop: feet- ef the *. Picnic tare: and iwlng TWO BEDROOM apartment Wni% ::lien flight of Way de. Sloth Road 100 acoardlnz: to platrecorded

411 feat ,ofjLl it B\< \ foif. children iW'). "furnlihed. 308 Mbbett-8t. The lehSe herein In Flat I 111.1k ii", pages
+ t''l II and 4U public record Gt na.ceola
/ SAND Park or" falic :"a.t
Johnston .
( ) Re-plat $40 nil
QUALITY ... cording to tho Official flat Price 110,600T$WOO.00 down per month. Phon" 847* n5. mere or less tquar* ) County Florida,

corded In lIst I : ; Phone 847.4876 OWNFH BT KATHRYN HERR lyIng Northerly of and within
I -. .... nubile records of $."...Ta Services for Sale and GRACE B OHOHJEAN and 174 .feet of the eurvey line ofHut.
EXTRA Road 100, Section huh)).
QUALITY County ; husband 1>,O OROSJEAN .
'- d ..
Articles for Sale a aurvey line being J rlbed
lying within 10 feet TRUCKS
Northerly of :
I I RIOHT OV WAY rollo..:
BLOCKS AT NO the survey Section line of hale Roadloo kel.terUa EnD llll. HIS, HIS, 111 I I Begin on the West line '.f 5cc __ __ _
% IIOIO! said aurvey COCOS PLUMOSUS PALMS- l"RIIClali That part of: lion I. Townahlp II South Range u
EXTRA COST.PHONE lln* beingdescribed aa follows: ( 4I -.." The BWU of 0W<4 of Scribe 10 Kaet at a point 1444 feet
b Begin at a ntofnl: t'O-W I 800 In large can 3' to 6' ft. Beet will upholster any two. SI' Townahlp SI south Range North ol the Southwest corner of
line uf Ik* NE:>4 60 BOO In piece suit of furniture labor SO Eaet, lying East of
r : gal can 18" to 36"40ctp. frse. when Stats eaSe Section I. said point heiug
II Boulh
Township ionic S* you buy the material lined
100 formerly BR the of Riedel
on Motors
Kant. distance S.SO 2SO In ground from us. Tsa tell are a cur concave toradluaof
a of feet Mouth ; varlou we Blip-cover tool l.m the North III feet there. the Northeasterly and Saving a
of the Northwest corner. thereof" : II..., $1 to $4; H. A. Jonei. No money down, term to please. i of; ALHOTh : 1725.81 feet thence from
thence Call 4..071.
run North 1101 St East ,
I NWU of NWH of Portion a tangent I of South *
847.4021 III 14 feet to the beginning of acurv. 2021. E Conway Rd., Orlando. HmT I PHOl.lTKRrHI SI said Townahlp and Range IIII Eaet,bearing run alone the are II of 21 EMMtTT ST.GREEN'S .
110 W 1
concave to the Southerly Colonial Drive. Orlando
lying Each of aald Stale Road aald curve through a central ,.
L1 and having a radius of II.'" 10 ORGAN-S E E BUR G floor Itie; LI-MI Lot I. II and North of 110711. a distance a of -

: OSCEOLA CEMENT paid feet thence thru run test.rly central alone model, 20 pet off; Hit fl NEVER USED anything Hk*.1 !.* feet of Lot 10, BroadviewSubdivision Jle.. ? feet to a point n.' feel
curve' a angleof it," lay users of Blue Lustre 1 according to ilat Wish and ".41 feet North of the
117 a distance of III 17 feet 030. Open eves. McKinney Mu. recorded In I'lat. Book 1, paje Southeast corner of the SIt '.. of
PRODUCTS, INC 10 th. end of .curve; thenr. runbulb lie, 191)9 W. Fairbanks, Winter for cleaning carpet. Rent electric Ill, public records of Osovoia paid Section I, for the end of
111111 East 1101.18 feet ahampooer $1. Park Furniture County,, Florida, thin aurv.y line deecrlptlon. FUEL
MPTUM lOAD to tile: Kid line of said NEU ate Park, MI 7-31)97./ Together with that part if The lands herein described ton
of .
point III feet South the CompanyCard
Broadview Drive as closed by tame coral .
aquar feet < )J1
Northeast corner thereof: SINGER SLANT NEEDLE con. o, H Book 10, page **, lylne acre) more or lees. SALES A SERVICE
Mmbr OiCwola County Bulldon Ann. I (ONTAINIMI TOO square feel, cole Model between Let, T thru I" and OWNEIf BY: KIEKHAFER Phone 847-4171 647.4172
idl* acre), more or lessrmNHinr I repoiiciird. Like of Thanks II thru II of said Urosdvlsw CORfORATlON -

: HARLAN ARTHUR new, make button hole, doe. i Subdivision' I SUBJECT TO: MORTGAGE ,.. Kliilmmee
KNI'TICm\J. Zlg Zag itltrhe. Balance lylne Northeasterly of and with In O. R Book .4 pave Phon. 8922011St. Cloud
SUHJKCT TO: MORTOAOE: p. $61. TilE FAMILY of Mr. Edith In.d' feet and (toulhwesterly I of md.d, o of MARSHALL AND
corded In O R Hook 40 page ill 75 or take up payment of 17.82 within 114 feet of the Base i IL8LET BANK
In favor of CHARLES: ii. JUNTO, per month. Phone May Galloway wish to express Line or RIght of Way or B'.I" TAKE NOTICE that a Decla Ga Delivery Kliaimmee

ROTHROCK SEPTIC I aa TrueleeIIIOHT "Free 425-4614. theIr appreciation and thank I Road $00. SectIon 81010. .ald baus ration of Taklne ha. been filed Robert O'Berry o 847-5219
WAY home "
OP demonitratlon. line beIng d..rlb.d as folbowa: In the above.atyled
SRI 101.I Call day or night. to Dr. Straiter, the nurie of R..ln on the Went line or II.... I I'etltlonera, the acquiring cause by au the C. G. Tyner 847.4487

That Dart ofHeKlnnlne : Osceola Hospital the GrUaomi tine .-.. To..hlo 25 lIouh. thority of these broceadlnva. of Jimmy Jeffrie 892-4228
TANK CO. at a point .l.It feet KAY : and the friend and neighbor., Ran.E..I., at a point if.H the laklne ofthe abovedeacrlbed -
haal of the Northwest corner \ Ban Guitar 115000. feet North of the Southwest corner land, via.: A
right of
of the NKH of bVctlo II Call 847.4114 after 5:00 Mon for their kind acU and exprei-.I of paid Section II Mid point way. borrow pit., and dralnacaeasement Ga* Service Klulmnee
Township II Mouth, s S* alone of belne on the are of a corns concav -
.r. day through lympathy during her for a portion of Stole
last: the ,line of Saturday, F. B. Roundtre 847.4062
Bouthwraterly and Road
CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS of Illness and death Mr. R. K. Gal Tno.t In Oeceola County,
SlieSt ttJ th* AtlantisUnapt radlua of 1711 feet, Florida, and that th. Honortbl Emory Bronion o 847-4670
llsllread thence run SPINET PIANO and bench loway, Mr*. Adelia Hoff, Mr*. thence from a tangent hearing W. A. lattlehall. on* of the
SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE FOR EVERY NEED thenc. Kast: It* feet Eitey walnut, cllmatlsed ex Florence Sye. of South 414714' Eaat run Judee of the Ninth. JudIcial Clr.I Leo Girourd 8472061
Koulh Its feet thence WealSin
Bouthoaaterly alone Mid
curve cult ef Florida, will, on Nuvrm. Robert Allen
CEMENT WORK-280 feet to the Railroad ISr40 nest* cellent condition $I1OO new, thru a central angle of 14111, bar 11 1144, at 10:00 A M. In the
Gallon Grease Traps of way thenc North lacrlfic $450. Phone 847-4318. InstructionLEARN a dletanc of 14lill Net to the Oacvola' County Courthouse at
Kast to the point of beginning| Mouth line of said Section SI Klaslmmee Florida consider said Ga
Delivery Cloud
; North. line of Section II. Mid Declaration of
15 YEARS EXPERIENCE FROM a point SSS.II feel Keel: FALCON FORD six door D*. BAKBERINGIniure Townahlp and Range) at a point appraisers, and Taking msk* ,...oh appoint(.... Kenneth Bledio 892-7696
and II feet Mouth of Norlhweptcorner lux* Club wagon late '63. Ills* feet test of lbs boulhweutroteet her a* the Court deem pruu.r. Tom Morris 892-3IM
of the NEIL: of said future In well
your a of aald Section 1;, North
K. C. ROTIIROCK, Owner and Operator Section II: run thence Kant IT 13,000 mile, big motor 4 ipeed paying profenlon. Day and west corner of aald Section II).
feet, thence South III feet, tranimliiion. Can't be told from thence continue alone aald curve
Located at Klsslmmee thence West to right of wsy oltk night cl...... V. A. approved. thru a central aegis ef IITI', BROASTED Ga Service St. Cloud
Transit-Mix Co. Atlantlo Coast Un Rail new 11950. 30 foot all aluminum Orlando Barber College a distance of ...... feet to the R E. Hall 892-2274
thence North *' Baet pontoon boat, full end or csrve: thence rca South
.dt ;: canvas, .
of SUt 8. Orange Bloaaom Tr. John Evan .
10 alone rlfht way electric start II Ml If Eaat. a dlnlance .r CHICKEN 892-3482
PHONE Railroad, thence Fast SOI feet, Johnion motor GA (-587* 171II feet for the end of thla
847.3524 thence North III feet to point $1495. Sunset Ranch Eitate on "see Line of Right of Way he.The1'Isn.i FREEZETTE Or Call

I of point beginning III.14 ,feet AUioi Kast"From of Ikeirtkwest a Hwy 16 near St. Cloud or lying Oooeol County Ill Florida) herein described con. DRIVE-IN II.T. Simmons Mgr. 847-4819
of the North Phon. 8t>2-2583. Owner. within feel Southerly J.
corner .f the survey line ef flat. Hoed lairs' IIT7I square feel (1 III R. Crowd 847-6682
Section II, Town* ,
eaat Quarter I.* Section acre, more *r lea
ship II Mouth Bangs S. EastCiareela IIEAVY CHROME dinette net within' ee feet IIOIO.Northerly and of lylne aaldaurvey ; OWNED BT VAK1HX N. NRL
Florida, run SON and wife MURIEL: M NEL.
thenre S feet to ti's one table, four ch.ln."Of line: Mid earvey lIne b*. lION I

Moulk line of the Hist Hlah. walnut buffet f 40 for all. Phone Inc decrlbd* at a point aa followsHeel on tko: Wilt SLHJECT: : TO: MORTOAOB! re- I
way road rich of way belncSI 8474452. line of the .: In 0. a. I
feet off the center lln* of TowashlD II M.U.sou'i.Section Range SI II m" favor ef \th''lJ: REALTORAM
aid road. From said point rem -.- East distance and wife liABLE: RICE:; and
of 11111 feel
thence South III f."i thenc i TWO WOOL d....... sue 12., Northerly a of the Moulhwe.i corner MORTUAQB recorded In O. H,
Weal I* feet theIrS 1141 feel Book 17,
to the beth :rIde of paid roadjtkenc one red one blue. $'.00 each. thereof Ihenc run Io.tltII' CENTRAL .lURIOA I'ROII\1C.favor ef
..* IS .. .. Phone 8472930.FIVE U.IIKast.. lull IT feet t* a
Norlk II deir Tll>N (HEMT o4lIIIOt'UTION:
point oa the Mouth lla of said
$ecllon, 14. North lla* of Bee. and t'NHKCXIHDCt CONTRACT On a wide lot
CENTRALIZE TRUCK LOADS OF lion S*. ailS Township and F\iR SALIC. I* favor ef V> 1L* ,
USED FURNITURE AND Panic> a dislaae of 1411 feetWealeriy LARD 1HIIKR SIngle
I of th* Soutkeaet corner R1UHT OK WAYbill
PLUMBING SUPPLIES or Mid aectioa It lNorlheaateora.r ) llll I next to a

YOUR HEATERSFOR DAVENPoRT ELECTRIC at said SscIW'u lii thence That part ef:
i continue ttautk 1111its1'Cast Lot 14. Block "'C' MOM OaksSubdlvl.loa
AND PLUMBING I ;*l II feet t* the Kaet lla* ofaalVaecYloa' seeer.dieg '. Old landscaped
; !!. West lla* of recorded In Mat Book I pace park
INSURANCE SALEOVERHEAD tee Eaet alone eelS 1 pull Median I*, Tew ash I* It South.Ha $8,. public records ef OeceolaCounty I
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begintng. feel ttootk ef the Norlhet one.aer lylae Westerly of and wltkla I*
within 4*.r-I teaaiherly of of asH Cecilia II. IN."... feet of the survey line of Slat
IS ep.arnn p H Slat Road seat eoraer of aaid Hectlon le> Road lee. fterttoa Ilsie. said eec.

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Agency Thai part of: feet[ HeRb tko Beuthweot .. the b.cmaiae .f a con I NOTI NEW AOOftttS AND FHONI
I 947.201KISIMMU Lot I. Block 14. Florida Dralaj. aer ol paid Bocttoa I.. cat *.lalkola tare to sadbaniag NUMaia
191 $ 964 ed..Lead Coaapaay Subdlvl. *. the are ol a cores cw>> a t-l leM.tkoo I boo W. VINE [Vim AT TMACKH
No.' I. )
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sass The Castle Kitslmmee Florida, Not, 19.1964-Pit* Seven
Union Kissimmee Elementary News:
app'" Thanksgiving

\."1'1'IIt 'I.1. Services ScheduledThe Parents Urged to Use

t e I Caution When
" union Thanksgiving the console of the organ DrivingBy
upty service sponsored bjr the Kia* The Thanksgiving sermon
ilmmee Ministerial" Association will be given br te Rev. M.
ass'end will be conducted Thursday Fred Torn, mMeter of the Peggy Bradbury ferent types of voices alto
', November 16, at 8 a..m. at First NaiareM ckwrrh. The Prlnolpal Louis Feueretein baaa, tenor soprano and the
like. A mu.i..l teat was given
St. John's Episcopal Church Rev. M. Wendell Hatalin, ree-
again urges parent to be extremely -
reewfc and the boys and
on North Bermuda Avenue tor .f the St. JohN Epte. .ef>*t careful when taking c
Special musk will be given Church, will preside and other children to and from school gins the did different eaeetlent In pickingout of
7A1R t rty by the combined junior choirs ministers of the city will par In automobile There have types
of the First United Preb,. ticipate. AU people of the been several "near ml...." voices.Remember that Thanksglv
terian and the St. John'i Epis community are cordially in. concerning children dashing to
a copal churches under the dl. riled, regardless of race! or and from Mama't auto ing holidays are November 29
ty a section of Letter W. Geltlrr.Mr color. and children crossing the and 17. Also for Christmas
a. Evelyn Croxton will be at streets In front of our three holidays, Friday, December ISla
buildings to walk home the last day of school.There
will be a two week vacation
Open house at our school
Kissimmee Motor News period with students and faculty
was a tremendous success last
spH reporting back for school RECEIVES COMMISSION-Ent. William Cain receives his
week. Large crowds were reported on Monday, January .. commission from Capt. J. H. Caldwill upon successful completion
at Mary Bryan, Emma of a vigorous 18 weeks course of Instruction at the Naval
Visitors from Midwest, Yowell and Central buildings school of pro-flight at Pentacola. Mrs Worth Cain his mother,
Thanks to the ladies of the looks
PTA who provided and lined Christian Science on.
North Spent Time HereBy the refreshment, of readings from the Bible,
Mra. Jean Donahue put on Services Planned and alas from the Christian Presbyterian
: In her music Science textbook, "Science and
room during open Women to Sleet
t. Loran B. Glradall Saline, Mich, Mr. and Mrs house a musical folk game Thanksgiving Day services Health with Key to the Scrip-
Mr. and Mra Ralph Knowlea Harry Hudson Dryden Mich., program. After the children of Klaalmmee Christian Science turet" by Mary Baker Eddy The November meeting of
) std and Mr. and Mra. George Dun Mr. and Mra. Linn Jones, performed aha invited the par Society will be held at The text for the day I la from the United Presbyterian Wornen -
Moscow, Michigan were Framingham, Matt, Mr. and Psalms 221 "All the ends of
)(, gey sets to take the chlldren'a 10.30: a.m. Visitor! are wel will be held Monday nightat
recent callers of Mr. and Mr*. Mra. Joseph Brown, Lockport places. They alto did the folk come. the world shall remember and I o'clock In the educational
MAKE PLANS-David F. Bowman. left, and William J. Colgate Frank Hall. N. YH arrived during the put and time turn unto the Lord I and all\ building of the First Presbyterian
Sr. confer about assembly plant for the Jehovah'i WitnessesConference Mr. and Mrs Harold Olden. week to spend the winter In games. a great was.nojyed. One feature of the servicewill the kindreds of the nations Church.
to be held here next month. be a period when Individual
the Court.Mr. shall before Thee"A
burg Orlando were Sunday The music atudenta In the Christian S-Jentlat stand Members are asked to bring
evening dinner guests of theirparenta and Mra. Perco Love- upper elementary grades are voluntarily to their related psisage to be read their "Thank" offering and
Mr. and Mr. Pearl well visited the latter's cousin up express from Science and Health Include
learning to recognlte the dlf- trading stamps for the Ming
thanks to God In their
Special Film Will Be CortwrlghtMrt. Mrs C. C. Maler In Longwood words own these lineal "It shouldbe Quong School for children.
Betty !Mueller Kenmore Tueaday. thoroughly understood that The topic of the meeting will
of N. Y. it spending sometime Mr. and Mrs Everett Gilbert Church Council The sermon on "Thanks, all men have one mind, one be 'Thanksgiving with the
Highlight ProgramNext with her sister and hut- and guetta Mr. and Mra. Members ElectedAt rlvln,"_a In all Christian god and father, ono life, truth, Ruth Circle as leader and the
band Mr. and Mrt Charles Wilburn Cook Rothberry, Science services--will consist and love. Bethany Circle as hostess
Young. Michigan visited Cypress Gardens the congregational) meetIng I -- -- -
1 month Kisslmmee will of the deep-rooted cause, but
be visited by over 1,000 Jehov alto to show what la being Mra. Robert Earley entertained Sunday. held at Trinity Lutheran
she Witnesses from Florida done worldwide to counter. her bridge club Monday Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hummer, Church last Sunday the following compareol '' ** ifr/j*
Circuit Number 8. The Wit- act the world trend. The film afternoon. Her guetti were, former residents of the Court were elected aa mem- _$, iff Tfcr
nettes will be calling at the digs deep into the past for Mesdames Alfred Akenhead, were biting friends Friday hers of the church council ""'5 h f Y ;
doors to personally Invite Kitslmmeeans influences affecting our mod. Mildred Brooks, and Bertha afternoon. Dr. Clarence Beckwith, Harry
them Timmerman. Mr. and Mra. Brown Mlles, John Schuettner, Wal
to the showing ofa ern world and presents Joseph 7 .
Ss It--/- *-' J < M -d
two-hour color film entitled with the frankness necesssry Mrs. Charles Gilbert Roth. were vaitlng In Bunkerhlll ter Watkins and Ernest. Wagner
"Proclaiming 'E T o r lasting to uncover their danger berry, Michigan la spending Sunday, Sr.
Good News' Around the "Thlt film It not a fiction several weeks with Mr. and Mr. and Mra. Wilburn Cook, The Thanksgiving service
World. It Is the highlight of story. It Is filmed In actual Mra. E. E. Gilbert. Rothberry, Michigan were will be held on Thanksgiving k _
Jehovah's Witnesses scheduled nettings and takes the viewer Mr. and Mn. Stewart Pratt weekend guests of Mr. and morning at 10:30.: The pastor rase ai e, .>rAl
for December 1113. on a tour of the world in company Lowell Indiana spent the put Mra. Ernest Gilbert. the Rev. Henry Young, will
"This film" said Mr. Joseph with 583 persons whose week with Mra. Earl Dick. Mr. and Mra. Charles Co. speak on "Thanksgiving la AWay
Sala, a traveling minister of purpose wet to demonstrate Mr. and Mra Peter Hilden- burn, Mr and Mra. Lanes Of Living. tot IM%IUM 11(1( VU auA er SIMS .,
Jehovah's Witnesses "waa pro everywhere the unity that can brand were business visitors Archambeau and Mr. and Mrt. This coming Sunday the I v
duced by the Watchtower Bible exist among people of all In Okeechobee Tuesday. Andrew Walworth were Orlando thank-offering service ipon- 3P .UVINGROOM Cor ) 0 95
and Tract Society because nations when their Interest is Mr. and Mra Charles Young, visitors during the week. cored by' the women of the Vfh *r
Mra. Mueller and Mra. will be held In ', i.tai.
false-religion has brought out centered primarily the worship Betty church connection s tm -
civilisation face-to.face with of God. It was alto filmedto Violet Hotter visited Bok Tower Dr. Olive Fish to with the morning service, /
the greatest tribulation the provide a firsthand view Thursday.
world bal ever seen. around the world of thou Mra. Wohlfert Thelma Dowel Speak to WCTUThe NKB CIIAPEI. TO .M Me.1./ P
"Most persons are aware of marks left on every modern and Mrt. Ona Akenhead PRESENT CANTATAThe e+..
the serious recline in spirituality civilisation by an ancient city were recent callers of Mr. and Wo ma n't Christian : ''2r" 110 Down Dlilv.ri
that has eaten into the now lying in ruint. What the Mri. Conrad Seyfrled. Temperance Union will\ hold North Klaalmmee Baptltt 'M
very roots of our modern world Identity of that city la and Mr. and Mra. Martin Me- Ita regular monthly meeting at Chapel Choir will presentthe .eiy $1.23 a reel
and that account for much of what Its influence has been Isaac, Mackinaw, Michigan, the First Methodist Church, Missionary Cantata, "The
I the mounting Immorality that and will lead to. Mr. and Mra. Leon Keeney, In the educational building, Greatest Story Yet Untold" at
Is causing such concern. Th.purpol' The film II scheduled to be Fulton N. Y. Mr. and Mra. Thursday, November 19, at the Sunday evening service,
of the film being shown Saturday, December 12 Ed. Hansen, Bird !Island Minn. 7:30: p.m. 7:30: p.m., November 22, at the S47d6Oe 14 N., P4we$ Ave Kissimmee
shown Is not only to give the at 7 pm. at the Tupperware Mr. and Mra. E. E. Gilbert.Mr. Dr. Olive C. Fish will be the North Klatlmmee Baptist Che. ? H.
viewer an Insight Into tome Auditorium. and Mrs Ernest Gilbert speaker pal on Donegan Avenue

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The Subscription Campaign continues through Fri.,Dec. 1 18, 1964. credited to the O.H.S. Band Fund when the order is turned in
Subscriptions will be sold at the following rates: Six months, accompanied by the payment.
$2.50;One year,$4.00;Two years,$7.00;Three years,$10.00; Upon completion of campaign, the band members who have
Five years, $15.00 made the largest dollar volume of sales will be awarded individual -
Band members will receive a flat commission of 50% for all new prizes as follows:

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2nd Largest Sales ......n............................................ $25 :&'I''
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Notices T =c..t, ".!::,,'1L.. =ftJIt"lt.. !. aid cMtla'* norMn KlMlcam this Ith**. OaeeolaCoral day of I I 5l&iS lies sHea.$1 rosid.s.i. I. Boat.mad "rt':; Merchant Th GMt, KhwtiMne, Florid, N... M, tOtU-P*** Mn

110"(111I'1'0 "IntOITORti I th., tI.-O.... :::: .. .. Nevemker.JIlTCT.cFfcuu CUt.: Wlllosgbby' 0504; Obituary
.a I. bU'''." at ( 0liq. = Sal Allan
In tile 00.. ,. Jud1..,I f Oak ....... KI........ ....r. iT RAY J. _.. banOmad I
o.e.e"' "'Oomt.... Clark =" Comiri pta.. if .::r. .. mod Promotion lann.I rnkc8 Has Offices
II'f ad 'I'IIB : 1 Dated at Kinslamsa. 0a0M1. OaSsOla County, Florida = ilfloi andre.. I. till AnO.. BBTTY 0. PAULKBeHf Larger
I'LOLA. Oou"bt,. norl... thID a... day of )turrs.p W 38.Nottk. "'. "....""'....... I
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To all CreditorLcUra, Die- :; 'f .R n. w. aad H.EofTtof. husband AssetA O. Hulk, II, .t Kptaneer Maiofl.FTIlise5 In*, moved Jewell Meyer Mid M.... Sunny

trlb -s. end r.-rrll havingClalnu / KiaaiiIt1r.1Flr:1. ubiu. p.5ia.ronr..t. aod Big Mabbolls $)'.itn K......_. Into target headtjtiartm at Buck I I. handMiif the real e*.
: Murray W. Or........
"I' Dee. 0 Illl
al3 kddrea Is Tltton, esd
or Attora.y .. C ...... away IM Broadway thl,* week. The tat department Mil and hi.
Miller a
Kjou and ..... of you are herIhv *- Boa TOO. 1\1.\ =.. florMa I obese plac ofrdnc formula early ....., after a lengthy whole office has ben completely fin* staff conefcting of Mr*.
notified and required to prenl Ort. I'. 15. It. 1044hOTl'K NO'I'ICEzY':81'l..Tmou. mad oboes 5051 of floenddreee elViS potnt hisses Her 'huaMad W L. renovated. with .
: a rtitlon Hilda
pe DoWlllf.I,.. Sarah
| mY claim whie you. or ,. Pelhaan, Oeorcla. O*. .eti.C eowpetitton w. giveflKiMimm five ,
Lit her of you may have &r.t '1'0 ( ,, ITO.. TO ALL WHOM IT nova C H.ntg and LudwIg ** retail mrfhnUThttrttky Paulk Sr. peeeed away between the Ineurance Kathryn Sattorfieh', Mr*. Ma*

Ihe eitat* of Klora B. *. tI the Court or the 0suty I.'c. MAY CANOHmNOTirR : Henlc. kuVkand. whoa.; place 4 montti* ag.. and real eUt d.paHm. ..... delyn Bulmer and dIe. Janet
I:raaed, lito of O*e* I&i.n OeNola 'mmiv, fl.rIda IB HEREBY dl\ Emi: residence. and pool office addr... night .t a chamberof Bom April 1$ tMI. In DarNngtM .
yi rids. to th. County Judc. oiaid i 'N I\B THfJ BIAT Or that purunt to lbs ""Ietltlou.N. I. Ill Wlnderaer. W.,.... commrr ipontortd meet.Inc. Central beating and ak..aeiditionlng Niwman take car of the Inluranc .
County at ha 0 rIco in the LoUla I. rUCiTTL } .... ".tllt.." Section III 01 of PonnaylvaaJa; AND th* unknown iawth Carolina, the li being Installed and department. Between
.urt Hous at Klsilmmee. Flor- .('.... Illl Florid tatutea, lisa helre. ., : duuglmt.r of J. M. Gardner and *
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I Ida. within llx calender month. To all. Creditors. .....,..., Dl.. underelxned.. who are th* onlypartle eee llenora I ft-W.-C ? GIving the advice was Dr. Cornelia gftnebury Gardner a private conference room will the two of them they have theli..ld
I from the dat* of th* first publl. trlbuter' *. and all Perton havlnc Inlereeted In lbs hereinOeceola peraons clalmlnc. ky, through or ran be available. pretty well covered.
I oil Ion of this Notice' Bach claim Clalma or Demand aialnit ald after san.ed busioaas .nlerpri.4 undor Mr*. Lulu Baaa, a deasddeuchter Jamtl Shh, 5 profenlonalpUnnir he moved her with her fam Later Mann li well knownin
,.r demand mOat b. In wrltlnc Emit*: will ..,...nt proof .r publIcation of M H Porter, d*. maklnr a commercial IBM. A devoted ,member They can sic nothing but
nod must 51510 tll. plies O. rout.dctlCS You .nil each of her. d' thie Nolici and r..r wish .,......: all unknown hlr. leca- 1I1ill Kiiaimmee having been In growth for Klxilmmee and
or the claimant and moot by notified and required you am t* the ('I.rk o. the Circuit Court of ices, cI..I..... granteea and eurvlvlnc .nd butincM) study for th. Pint Methodiit Church hualneet her for the 18
h. .worn to by the claimant. bit' any claims mhlch pro.a.ot or County Florida the flctltlou SDOUM of M H l-orler as.reas.d East Ccntrkl Florid RririonalPlanning she was church organist for pant their plan for the Immediate
prult 01 ittoruoP' or the sam,' either of you may have you against namo ''Universal 8>*lem and any and all personaclaiming Council. Shoehan U years; IS of them In the same future Include further development .
becom void according- Co..' usder which any rlxht title or several yean, wai a Life
: will 'hetata of LOUIS J. DOUBTTB W en.vgsd location. Bill Frakei time In
: (" deceaaed late of One_ In businao. at Nr$150. In and to lbs property consIdered b, the councill to Member of the W.SCS., and of Lake Cecil Park.

j"Thli the 10 day of October, la County, Florida, to th* County art Av."lofJI'r-i': ticol hereinafter ,...,rlb.., located InOeceol b* "tha bit man In th. na. the Betty Paulk Clrcl wan at a partner In March 1963 Their place I is over twice the
'1lS4. Judc of said County at Ole, office County, day ofNsv.mber I County, Florida, AND and quickly iitablfihed a fin
tl Phillip It. Kev| In the Court Hous at Klislm- A I). 1114 To ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN Lion to give\ ui this Informi named In her honor. She was lie of the old location which

Phillip R. Kelley "'.., Florida within alx calendar MR. CHARLEfl B WHITE :: tlon" ecordinf to William T. on* of the tlldut member of reputation In the community prove they really bellev. what
Executor of th. Kent of mon,". Nov. IS. II. Doe. i. 10 1114TO North half (N H) of the
from cI.
lbs of th first
minted MIDI
Flora K. Aurh, II.".....,. publication of thla Nolle Each -- -- Northeaat quarter INK V ) of Wallii, number of the council the Klulmme Woman' Club Lester, ably by they lay,

1'Mlllp R. Kelley claim or demand muat b. In NOTICE UNDER PICFITLOUSNAME Rectlon II. Township I H South, representing Oiceola County, and wai actlv In the Pythian

j'Attorney o Box for toil Executor of riling I realdenc and must of lbs stsl claimant, the place and LAW Hanc that II part EaaIAil of, th. Bout h wee t who Introduced him. Sliten for many yeari Sur I

Bi Eiit Monument AvlMlmmi .. must b. worn to by the claim ALL WHOM IT quarter IMWH>> of the North. The formula recommended vivon Includ two daughters, i Ii
\ Florida ant, nil MAY CONCERN: Mil quarter INKS SO lyln* Millions of People Use
NOT. I. It. II, I'. 11(1IX I Ih* cam agent will become or attorney void, *or ccordlnc OTHH II HKRKBY lIt.. Ksst of th* Sunshln stats by Dr. Sheehtn Includei: Mn i. R. Iloolehan, Sinford,

to law that pur.u.llt t" tll. "Ft.tltlou. Csrkwer, 'Rectlon: II, Township and Mrt. G. A. Md'herion
AriTiilve advertiilng and NIAGARA C\'CI.CMIASSAE: ; For
Thla th. lcd of Rams 8'.tu', f'etlOIl 08 O. a'
day November Winter Haven two lI'n. .1 I
i JUDICIAL 1544. tho 1141 Florid Rtatutea, th* All that part of the Northwest promotion of buiintu and
N AND FOR OHCEULA COUNTT.m /*/ tune M DouretteExecutrix uncler.ICn. who .r. the only quarter (NW U ) lyIng. East of trade ana.Provide Maynard Paulk St. Augustine
FLORIDA of th Eetat of ponies Interested In the hereinafter Ihe Hunahln Stats l'srhs and Walter L. Paulk JiThonuittn
CHANCERY NO. I7IT Louis J. Dourette* named builneea enterprle: Section.a 1, Townihlp II Noel, store hours convenient Ac-he it! Pa iiu Tension
UDITH LOUISE BURGESS, Kail Georgia; I three
: deccaied will pr. proof of publication
Plaintiff, i Thacker and Thicker uf thla NoUn and recliter with., NullC'C IM HRREBT: : GIVEN for cuitomeri. grandchildren, t h r a. greotgrandhildrifl Circulation 1 Mii'd, S ipasni
.. ii: that l'laitiffa hays lnntllui.danil Mad market itudy of trade
Attorney for Executrix tll. ('I.rk of the Circuit (Coin otiuc.ola
IIILLIE JOE BVKOE88. P o. Box IITKlislmme ( Cousty Florida. 5k. fic. .W.lut you III tll. ..bov.I and and N' i a I Inlecei
area provide thei nredi.
1Je'nd.llt. : Florida litioun Sam. "ti.csola : Court to 9uUt Till In the Plaln and nephewiFuneral .
*Nov. I. It, II, II Illl under which ihay an. .."ej'f"biislnOi tllfe to the abov. '...,rlb"" Provide specIal aalei, ule service held
DfloRttSOTIlC st North Ctrinxe. Hlo.. property and that poe are ". and real were FKhEHOMErk ;
OK HIT corn Trail OeceoliCounty I by rsqtdr.d I. an.wsr or :..r; day barralni. at 10:80( a m. Tuesday from the ; m'IU: S'rnA TIO

(TO BILLIE JOE BUHUES8: COl'NTT IN JUlKIRS THE COURT lor dl.I.r..i:: day of your written defenses .11 a. bs.or. Seek bualnen throughout Grliiom Ciapel, with the Rev ... &l. lend BVJ-STTn *e .rli. ".It. Bex JV4k, Oriel...
.,/0 Choitr I* Bur*... November A D Illl ( tThcemb.r $1 1511. with lhi outlying trade
1171 & Lear Nail OBCEULA COUNTY FLORiDA. MR. CARL R. GLASSNow. I above Court: and nor. a copy areai B. B. Williimi, MinIster ,>f

.. Ohio! IN NO. U. 11. Dee. I. 10 1044 thereof on the below named At' l'alntyplle.nup and make" the FIrst Methodist rhurrh
HEREBY NOTIFIED tornev, or a Drre. Pro (011'_ builneii
hat 5 Complaint for Divorce ha I MARTHA CROW:DER,. d.c....... NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS will he taken a sinaI you area more attractive, officiating Casket bearer

melt filed anlnit you, and you NtiTlCEOINTENTION NAME LAW WITNESS my hand and seal of colorful. were Mviin Albert llrardrn
ire required to servo a cony ofComplaint TO MAKIAPI'iIt'ATIOv TO ALL WHOM IT th. ibov Court at Kleelmmee, Unit merchant to compete Adrian BorIs U.
your Annwsr or pleading' to thi i MAY CONCERN: Oeceola County. Florida, this the ChapmanMurray
.I..L Hint HAHOIS on shoppIng center level.
on th* Plaintiff attorn. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN November. 10 1X4 W Overitreet, Ji
.,, OEUROE L. CLAPHAM CERN TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CON. that pureuint to th. 'Flcllllou (( .RCl'IT COURT SEAL, "If I were a builneiiman In Glenn Ray and H T Slmunt
I to North Court Avenu. Poet ON : Nim Statute.Section ...,.. of OLENN RA'ICI.rk Kliilmmee Sheehan "I :
I flee Box lOll, Orlando Florida o. Ibo .ho. C..urtPhllli Interment followed\ In RoeHill
ISO lOll Florid Btetulei, the
that ...
and file th* original Aniwer or final Ma return Phlnnry administratrix filed her undr.igned. olin .re 151 onl)' By Eleanor I). Jowera DC would stay open nights at lent Cemetetry. Grlnom Kuneral I
plcadin In (hi offle. of I a* : ponies Interested In the hereinafter fltfl. Kelley five day a ,.'"k. While
Clark\ o lb. Circuit Court 11t : CTA of the Eitat of MarthaCrowder named buelnesa' enlerprle foil ('. Box loll youare Horn oct In charg of
( day of December, deceaaed; that Pile ha I will preeent proof of publication 111 Eait Monument AvalKliilmme cloaed your customers are arrangement
m: filed Petition for Final Die-
to do ao, de. or this Nolle and rmliter with .. Florid hopping eliewherc." He told
and that she will appi,
cr.s pro eonfesso will b. takenHanded I the Clerk .r lbs Circuit Court .. Nov, ... 14. l"'o.I. II IlllNetk
for the must I.h.the Honorable 0. P. Johneon, :_. :. the mirchanU that one of the
1II.IIIOt you d. 011.,001. Count. Florida, lhu
In the Complaint ,. Judge of Oeceola County,: fictitious n.m. "PICK".," ulld.r, ., InlenlUn .. Make belt thing for downtowni li Tax Discount
on the Tin day of December
DATED at Kleelmmee, Onceol I 1114 for approval of which they aro entaged in buni.. A.."..,... r.. n..1 "'.. .r" to tak. advantage of the eve.nlng V?
( County Florida thl. Ird ,...
day of same and for final reel at Yeehiw Junction. Oec* In Mel tea ofHAZEL
eadministratrix ml
I November 1114 CTA of the etat I ola County, Florida, this Ilk day )IAEKI. S. .. ( ./k/. ihopping. 'Tht customer Deadline NearCity
1 I GLENN Oeceola RAT Clerk of the Circuit of Martha Crowder deceaaedThl of November A I).. 1114 i a ALBRKCH'T: li usually In a better frame and lots of It
Court County, Florida Ind of November Mr. IMckena w. Ihcecaa.d of taxpayer Interfiled in ,
(Circuit Court Seal.> A.I). 1114 day Haaei WoodwardNov. Tl ALL HHOM IT WAS CONllvtt mind and many people" who
BY /./ Marjorl R Hay I / MAE PH1NNEY II II II; Dec. I. 1104NOTICE .r'I I .iNotice work during the day have no saving money han only It rirHhT
Deputy Clerk ; I* hereby clven I other tint '' dayi left In which to receive
Phlnney :t.t. to h
hop said.
Nov. I. 75. It. 1114NOTICB have filed final
__ .!.I Admlnlatratrlx CTA of th*I OF INTENTION TO my "': the five percent discount for *
Eclat of Martha Crowder MAKE APPLICATION FOR Ancillary Executor of the eelat Put your busIness distrIct In OAI WATXI KATlliaU
TO (CHEDITOH FINAL DIRCHAROK of llaiet II Albrecht / Ha such early payment, Charles Tyion
I In Ik. tonrt of. t'. tnly ......*. d..d. IN THE' COURT OF THB ael B Albreeht dereaaed: that I a petition that a ihoppng \ mor ifflclent low*t In.tillitlon .
Murray w. Ovsratret lr.
1 0...... ...,,,, Pl.riia Box HOKl COUNTY JUIxiE.08CEOLA !:. have filed my petition for final' center cannot tome In and takeaway city manager, today col loweni operat
IN RE THE ESTATE 011' 1 dlecharxe, and that will The discount on city 15111will
..'mmee, Florida COUNTY FLORIDAIN I apply the busIness Int
4xxt faiteit hiatlnc (
for Administratrix' CTA. be discontinued after Nov
also,aned. j Attorney Nov. I, II. 11, II alt I EVA MAE WITHKKHPOON: County led of I'olk Sheehan laid the merchant'* i to 3 time* taitrr thin other **!/.

To all Creditor. Lecat.., Die. tolled. County.. II'lorld.1 on th* llth day organizatIon li th. key to ucceii. ao. h* said. rontilned Ivpei>)> = hot
tributes*, and all Periona havlnc IN THE IN PROBATE I of l>e..ember, lilt, for approvalof However such wifer when needed See cur 1 Un* oe" gioalanteed -
| Clalma or Demands against sail COt'NTT JUIXJB COURT TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN the eeme and for final die- an organ. ia witer hsstsri.GREEN'S ,
Estate: OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. : rharne aa Ancillary Elerutor of Itatlon must Includ. public and
You and sach of you are h.,.. NO u... NOTICE II HEREBY OIVEN I the eetit of Huel a. Alhrecht chamber of commerce official -
by notified and r.qlllr.eI to pci. IN liE: ESTATE: OF VFRNA THAT I have filed my final' re. a/k/a Haael B. Albrecht cI....... Beautiful
sent any claim. which you, or V. CAPP8 formerly VERNA V. port a* Executor of th* Eelate: .... too."It
either of you, may have acalnit BATEMAN. d ereoand.OtTlCEOF. of EVA MAE WITHER8POON Thl llth day of November must b* rcognlied that FUEL1k
In. eetat of ARTHUR McK. deceased: that I have filed petl. 1M4
It I I.
GREEN deceased, I.t. of Oeceo INTENTION TO MAKE lion for final dlchrc. and that Richard Campbell a blight on th* whole Interiors
I* County, Florida to th* County AHI'IICATIOW FISH I will apply to the Honorable Ancillary Kxeculor of the community when the down.
Judge of said County at hie ef. riVAL IIUHAR4IH O. p. Jounces, County Judc. ofOweola eitate r $Hue) II Alhrecht town U bad THE 7fo/Mo GAS
flc. In Uo Court Hosas .t KI.. TO ALL. WHOM IT MAY CON. County, Florida, on the: .'k/. llatel U Albrechl, amid "It
aimmos. Florida. within aIx cal CERN: I4lh day of December, 1114 losapproval DerenedBTRAUUHN li a community probl.m." KISSIMMEE
.ndar month. from ,II. data o. NOTICE!: 18 HEREBY GIVEN: I of aim and for final I HHAR1T A "I think w* need downtown.
the first publication of thl. No. that 8. D linemen has filed hi.I dlichara* a* Executor of the Ke- KAUNIRIDIW
tic*. Each claim or demand muat final return aa AdmInistrator ofth talc of EVA MAE WITHER.SI'S Attorney to prtierv free enterprIse. Furnlrurt Co PARKS FURNITURE CO.
b. In writingand muit elate the Relate of Verna V. Cappa, ION dereaiedThl III Macnolla. Avenu The email builnruman hai a
placo of reeldenc of the claimant formerly' Versa V. Baleman, deceased 10th day of October AD Winter Haven Florida
soul mull be .orll to b" the that ho ban filed I petition I 1114 Nov II II Ue.. I, II till pretty hard time agalnit big Phone 8n.uu2S
claIplant, :'. agsnt or attornoy for final dlicharce, and that he I I Nilhanlel Jones firms," he aald. I "See Us For Your Gas Appliances"KitIIMMII
or I 5 will becom void ac.i I will apply to th. Honorable O P. Nilhanlel Jones IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Parking alone
i cordlnc t* law County Judc of Oiceo. Kiecutor of lbs Reltt* of THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I I. not theprobl. BROADWAY ST5 CLOUD

Thin the I dy of November, tOhn""n. Florida, on th* SiltS EVA MAli: WITHUiBPOOIt. OF THE STATE .. day of nJ'; 1 *.. for approve deread.. IN AND FOB onc-icuf.A COUNTY.: bring painting IIlId' .2.20''
C, Alice H "" sly I of .m. and for final duol .. TRACKER AND TH KEn IN CHANCERY. lighting, I
A II.,. H. scaly ch E.u'or .r t h. ..tale I Fox 117 Kliilmme. H*. Min-HTATR HOMES INC. color to our downtown h. ad. ,
Koccotrln o. the Estati o. Verna V. Cappi. dereaiedThla Ally for Executor a Florid corporation, dd. Th* trngth f
Arthur hicK Green Itnd day of October, 1114a Nov It II. II. Doe. I. Illl Plaintiff' shoppIng _ _ _ __ __ _
deceased / 8. D BATEMANAdmlnletrator -.- .centiri h* *plalnd) U that
llhllllp it. K.lley of the Ratal of T t R W. JONES and MARION they hiv. a ilngl control !
I Attorney for Executrix Verna V. Cippe. formerly .,n. COUNTY .I VI"I!':'. ('Ol1RTOItCEOLA HELEN JONES his wit. scythIng If.
P. O. Box 1(111II V. Bataman, deceaeed.Murray Co\'NTI' FLORIDA being geared to a
Fact Monument W. Overelreel. Jr. I IN RE:: ESTATE OFOI8ELA DefendantaN*. ITITOTlt central pl.n.Parrnts.
Kleelmmee. Florida Attorney for Admlnletrator N. JOHNSTON K or (i IT
Nov. 5. II II. II. Illl I ".0. Box TlKlulmmee a/k/a Sarah Olsela Johnston, THE: STATE OF FLOHIDA"
Florida DeceasedKIITKR. TO, R. W. Jones and Marlon
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or"I Oct. ... Nov. I. II. II Illl TO IMKniTOMt Helen Jonee. hi. wife, Key
I THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. -_ .. To All I Creditor trustees, Dt*. ..h...* resides le unknown
IN AND FOR IN THE trlbulee and all Preon Hav TOIl ABE HKRKBY REQUIRED To
COUNTY OF 08CKOLABTATEOF I COUNTY JUDO$ COURT.08CEOLA log Claim or Demand AgaInst To FILE your anewr or' written Communism
FLORIDA. COUNTY. FLORIDA.NO aid ExileYou : d.r....., if any, In th. above
IN CHANCERY NO. COO l5l 4 and each of you are here. proceeding. with the clerk of
I IN RE ADOITION OP IN RB:: ESTATE OF by notified and required t* present thl, (', and lo .. Yearly Pt Parent hold th* key to WEAL
THERESA MARIE PROULX ALFRED: B. AYKE8, I any claim which you, or thereof upon th* Plaintiff I attornev. Communism I wamMw to
nlnor. IOTICH : lieceaeedM llher of -you.. mar hive leilnil whore name and address and Youth' 1M
8Y M TH W. TO rREDITOHI eelal* of 8. Uliela Johneton, ; on or b.tors tll. I Jamei Biuch, n. I
ANDREW I. 8TEI'EN .nd I TO ALL CREDITOKH LEdA- I'h. known .. sarah llsela John- Wh: :{IMccmber, 154*, sellor MONTHS-
ALICE R. 8TErEN. h... wU. I TEES DMTRIBUTKEH.. AND deceaaed late of Oeceola 1'''. n..r. or ISis procasdig I at Oweola High 15
ALL PERHONH HAVING I I County, Florida. to th. County bel.W a stt for .orerl..vr. o. a told Klwanlan Tuesday
\ TO Drrf3D CLAIMS OR DEMANDfl 'Judc* of Oeceol County, Florida mori5ag. as ISO following ... "Th 8f'hOOI'1 MILES'
TO SHERRY PROULX. 81 Elll. AGAINST 8AII ESTATE: at Klaelmmeo, Florida, with ..,rll.... real properly lying ....1 communist I 15,000s3SSi&
.bet hi Hospital aihlncton.. You and each of you sri II..'.. In sit rnl.nda mOll'". from Ih. being In oec-eol County, Florida piled on the .. .
by notified and required to pre- data of th. Oral publication of io.wii: the uniatiifled 1 I
o.e.YOU fall .
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED .ent any claim which you or hie notice. Each claim or demand From the NW corner .. Lot I, .. ... .... .
hat Petition baa b... either of have acalnetthe moot k. In wrlllnc and Hendnn I ly, Boucn said "youth ..
filed In )'oui mar Park Mubdlvlelon Nee muit b ...',a'' 4.= .. ... ::
the above atyled Court by An- comb Alfred R. Ayr*, must itue the place of ronidencesod I. Township II M. Rani II here love, b : I
drew J. Stopon and Alie R. Step. drceieed, lit trc Oeceola County _,.orrl.,. .dd.n .r the Reel, aa recorded In Plat I Book needed be no. =:::: :
:", 'W"ndr"cl wile, Florida, to Judx* 01said rl.lm..t and be sworn t. by I. |..... II A II of lbs public 'Iced and a combination of alt I
There rOM.'rl* County at bin oWn* In the, his asenl or torney Record ef Oeceole County, three or they become fruitr _s 5'S pooniO, %
,', a minor by the Petition Court Houee at Klaalmme or Ihe *am* will become roi4acrardiog lorlda Run tf H II decree. ted ...... .. ... ,. -
ere, and you are required tou.rya Florida within sin calendar I* law W. thence III SOS 4...... K: and the problem li rre*.
a your Aniwer orobjection month from the dat of th. ThIs the 10th diy of November.' to r.tI..R. Thenr If II II de. ted."
.cproII caueo why flret publication of thin Notice.Eae III!. area., E, Ihenc N II deiree
..Id Petition ihould not be claim or cI.m..d mist S.In Edward C OrUeom, Jr K l.t' Ihenc N II decree W Parent liewl to re-plan

granted. .11 lb. .ttor..,. for writing and mu.t .,.,. th. A* AdmlnleirMor of Eelt of lr thenc II decree W ...' their live* to help th* yiulb. AU NEW WRAP AROUND fUlL UPS
I h. Petltloll.r.. Br'n" and MOo I pines or reoidcnci .r the ..1.1.... II Oliel Johniton a/k/ Nerihllleels to point of keclnnlnc All land "It I.
W"'r'I Vernon Avenue, KleImmee ant and mu.i be ewora t. byia. Johnilon, deceieed.IV t of Lot I and I* time t* stay horn it
Florida and file th. original claimunt. Sic .w.nt or .tt... ItW. P." 1"1. rITW-.t: ; II Ren II sail a little bit and becom 4 PULL flY-1i UNI A PIIMIUMM
m th* office of Ih* Clerk neynrlbisa nsa will become "'..Im",'... rlcI. Hendon Park Mgbdlvlelen HerEaei
,,f the Circuit Court at hla officeI ; void$ according- law. IAuor"o, for A'mlnl.'r.tor : toeeola ounly. Florid acquainted with our famlllei, fls'ce ..... ......., swi essewi --..
Thl Ih Iflk of October .. II. U. II. Lit. I. ISIS he laid, "Communlim ..
lbs Oeceola County Court day INlNE' AND ORDERED>> at Kle.Immee I I. Ilk. acincer H4e ... *e* 5. idn.5i.s...
'louee, "*4. -- ..
Florida ont Oeceola ( .n''', Florida
before hlil'.d.; of MURRAY W.flVERIITHEI'T. THE Ibis ISIS day of November, lilt yen donl know until tU sees till M IMNAaWI
,. A.!) U.: and upon your I JR. COUNTY JUIXIBB COURT Circuit Court Meal you have |L U come. after the vSr;
'ailurs t. do .o a tlocres f'o Murray W. ovrelreel. JrKxecutor I filK'EOLA: COUNTY, GLENN RAY breakdown of TUBEnPE 01 niiom w
yeuth. Th. horn it
.lIr..o will b. tn.d ..w.I..tou. of the Entail ef IN fill:: ESTATE OF (CLERK CIRCUIT "' "IIT
Alfred R Ayr** dereaaedOct. ,, JOHN II CAI.1t4 tIne. It,. /./ Marjorl K. Ha,. li the belt place to itart ram-
WITNESS my hand and the II. Nov. I. il. II. 1114IV NIP1IN TO (nEIHTCNI Harry M Hobh* j bating It* satil) S 1I0a1t $41111 I SuShI I
'*sl of -- -- T* All (Creditor IA..,.... DI. for
Mild Court In Klislmnu-e. Atlerney Plaintiff
U"" I SISIII, 111SIhI4( lililbi ....11
'lorlda thin Ird diy of NUVPIOer THE I trlhuieea: and all Pereeie Havlnc las Madison Klreet I Bob Berlmiky announced .1fIIl. ..

A I') 10(4.C.Ll. ,I ("ol'N1'I.. '. COURT Clalma or Demand Against aald Tim ye. FloridaMov" thai a barbecu for wi..... will sills I3IfIISI711111 IIftlIIIISI
: Eetal*; I ...... hull
CT SEAL) 08CEOLA COUNTY FLORIDAIN II. II, Doe I. II IlllaoTKK be held 111114 .1t.1t I
Olnn Ray RB' : ESTATE:: OF Ye. and oath *f you are ".1'.. ---- "" Ihrf I at the Clvlt'
OLENN MAT CLINTON It. ITEUERWALD, jy notified nd required I. present Tit Kricl> Center end th* annual banquetwill I
CLERK of th. any claim which you, SrI' In tk.
Circuit Court llereaeed t-lreuli Court of the
Oaceola Florida NOTICB TO CREDITOR either of you my Sari tcalnatth Judicial Circuit ,. and for be I.... t at the Ot-eola

By hi .frr. B Hay TO ALL Creditor, IA..,..*. ..,.,. of "...* 8. Cadet deceased t, of (......1.. lit.'. of ...HI."I High School cafeteria. 688
Deputy Clerk irib.i..a. and all Pnrsona OI.'j lal.t"-: Oeceela County I* Chancery. M Itel 788888988
RINKON, AND MeWHIRTER Claim. cc Demand. saaiasl UiSZ.lai. Klorld. to Cointy Judc oMMeia / SYKES. Plsisiirt, ve. U'CIHK I
U Hue IIIUaalmme .. ( County. Florida, at Kle.almme I VKr* Defendant. NOTICE TO tll. sstaI if Ji. R ,.....,,,..
*. Florida Ysu sad each of ysi are bee. *. Florid within el* rat- DEFRND The mat of Fktrtda dorsasod. lass .f !_..I. ""isnip
Attorney for Pelltlener ky notified and required I. preent I endar momiSs irs. t:, dais elI I to LOUIirE YKM.: ..*,..... .... Florida. is lbs ad ....IUI
Nov I, II, 10. U. any claim which yo*. orIlkrr ISa Viral pablicali.. iSle a,. ..w.. You are hereby notifiedIkel saidrusaly .1 JV:: iJinunnmtee II. lirm 50.5.55
5(41 I of von. may Sari acelaelth CR0. Lao'S: < .1.. it ........ ..., j eell ,. iiift... f_ Alm*._ at Sits
nieeimnte. ri ;
IN: TH1 ..ialj of Clinton B ..t...?* I I ::' : writIng asd mast SIaM lbs I.--. krovcht acalnet you ky da. wlthl all elndr _",rf....
COUNTY JUDOK-I COURT wild ........... Isis of (Oeceol J it aad pont'.fflr.addrosa .. in the tlrcull Court I frunt ih* del. ef ih* rirel eub.i.rail. SERVICE SPECIALS
OHCBOLA COUNTY FWRIi.lA. County, Florida. I* th* County of Ik* claImant abs ... of Ik* Slash Judicial (Irenll In I' .* ef this ntire Each: claim
MO SOIl Judc of eeld County at Klcelmme swr I* ky cllmani, his ac.nlr and .for Ceunly of Oeeieta, Hale *r demand ..., k* in
"I:: ESTATE: or *. Florida, within all. calendar sits?..?, *r he eeme will of ......, and ".11 are kerebrummonod. sad mail elate Ik. ,lao wrlilnc'
UNTON SASS peceaeed men I he from th. del of tile, keeem. nod .*'*? ..r t. law, ordered and required i' dents of ik. elalwtai. and of reel' f POINT hAKE SHaM WHm AlIGHMOO

MOTlrtt TO ( HEUITOBf trot, publication of this nettre Thla Ik. SItS day H........'. lo file your written *....1'' or k. wen i. II, Ik. ....I... .cut. *,.
O ALL or lbs gy
:.. lJIITRI8UTIltil: ANt) *5.1. In writing and meet Mat* Ik. Kale O. K... herein acalnel you In tk. ai veontllled sill en>* eeld earn 'jTOIY 'rI.4IN" "''ICMANICI
ardlg I 515155 o.ssna, All e.....
ERHON MAVINU CLAIM OR pile of 1''........ and Aa Admlnieiralrli of oaiwe In th* off loo efIk I
KMANDB AGAINST IAID LI.ATEt ......... of Iko claimant Etal: ef Jokn 8. Cadet Clerk of Court In sad 04h tke Silk day of Nv a'.e....
and he ...?. to ky claimant klenent. 1 I 1 Dseeaan d. fit Broils Ounlyv FlerM*. at ..Thhij **> C M 4 iuods.i 26

1'.. sad each .f y 0. are ..,.- or hi. .u..'..,, or II will Elll:.. ,_r._Davis tk* Court Hone In Kleetnintee, "IMMAKOK I JOHMaVoM ,- teimi. S- -
a1 tried and to void aecerdlac I .law. 1( FVerlds C 588
required pr*> become I before tk* ink Jeon.eray U Jehatn. 0550 iO5 Pba.
".t a | wklck Illl.Kalherta Attorney for AdmlntrlrlCWee. dey .r"-:.. .. ..
y KB ori Thla October II. AD. and P12f"jt *' lie Estasi *f I \.... .
isMs .
i'taer *f may have exalnet leoerweldAa *5. II. ties 5. ii. 1114lmH I to e..n. a eo*>y of uck aeewer JeJt I..t.'I .. eWMd ..... ....... Cesdiolceed.
he relate 51 Clinton Baee, dm5s54 Ertrla: ofin ordefence* npooj Tkaeker and M.rtsy "" ., ?lb- C ame.nd
1st. of OoceoU Ceeaty.lerlda Eotal: of Niasa Sud5..I J.-i Thaefcer, plalnlirre attorney .:l. .-it.I. : =Tad All ::.c_ c. .i'ebsly Nlbee
(. the County Jedfe ofM dIsCos R. .,.-....d, (Jacoiti Coussy, Ylu.clda. : keret, whose ......... lo foot "II.I to.isls.5.a..irsrdL.s.. ..- All .. ...... .
eminty at ale offlc In lbs Dirsaao& ::In"j :r. :Ct.t.ll XEENC, ( .*! ||t. Kleelmmee, I : 1/1I ,",., TUT STillisi
".""._ at x...,....*. Flert- Elll F. DavleKHoimm N R HAND :If':1: ** b.fitp said dale, .. 'e. iou. All Imas iS0.sis.. -- Afjurr CAITII ,ADJUST CAMIII
within .1. calendar month **. Florida LUNDnmO rHEPlPIS arTTT .KEEN ,. lie:law. If lou fail t* ..... .5qMs.. a- f ,ADJUST 7W-IH ABJU1T TOlOUTliii
u m Ik* date of th. Viral ,.kllk Attorney for Exorutrtx-: : a* TrMe lied do *. decre. ao ***feo> will
>. of this Xotlc. Each tUlmdeeuad Oct. 3nI4.w. I. It. II. 114 nt a* ,..,.W...., under that .. ..,.... aval not yo* for th* I r.
meet k* ,. .."'tI.. = certain Trt Acriemsnl deledn4 I Ie tH (5.5.WITWESU OFrsrImtLA TH.TH.1i"T 00'
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10 ky ike ...1...... k.. : II AND FOR ('SWI'I .CoUe* W Oreecv ..... cad said f'Irt5t Crt cad ISa lv THE ATTEIt tJr and Labor 1495 and Labor /
rat or atu lb. nS LA COUNTY If CHANCFRT Ooceol. I4a0. ef .et4a. aid of said Coorl at Ktoeima, to*. 1045 II.UTI: : iP 5.55S Ci bswas.
ht koeonMJTkla. vsed aosredlag ;: DIVORCE. FRANK A. HBRJieY MAST O. KEKNr Halanrr*. **, ***l* Ooajjr, rtsrt**. mu ISIS OH"IV tlUTlIl: :lIT. e. aessas 504 iSo PhA ....
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tko IHk .ay o t OctoWr. fiefendent HnrTICE: f2f UIT. sCI? TOO O4L I114 Olea lurtTe 1' ALI. WHOM Jt MAT 'si.
THE STATE: OP FLORID TO: : TITLE CrWJtc'J; THE *| tk* tSevoll Crt. Call- "- Tss If 43. Bar sad & essappebli oM fl."
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Page Ten-Th* G. ette, Kiwbnme, Florid, Nov 19, 1964 Utilities Told to Hold '

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I Tax in Reserveflorida
: '., V 1 5WINNERSThe r Savings

't f li..mL Power Corporation The tax cut was from 52 to

, Tenth in a Series: r a and Florid Telephone Corporation 60 percent of net taxable income

i are two of 76 Florida this year, Mason .said
Indian Mound Key public utilities who have been and a further cut from 50 to
ordered to let aide tax savings <48 percent will apply to 1966
II M they are residing from taxable income

To Florida HistoryEditor's R the February, 1964, corporate The utilities were ordered to
Census QuestionnairesFor
hold them In reserve until the January I, 1004. and place the
Notei Thl I. the resultant, possibly from Mailed Osceol Junior High School chapter of Future Public Utilities\ Commission funds In a special reserve ac
entered Agriculture
tenth part of a continuing the snake that Farmer won second place in the Sumter All Florida Breeder decide how they should be count. In the future the difference
aerial of Minnie MooreWlllron' Paradise, just as and the talk Aborigines Show recently Member of the judging team are shown above used. Both utilities are operating between the utilities'

booklet "Historyof believe for the 1964 left to right, Charlie Bronson, Jim Chapman, Robert Tyson, in Osceola County taxes and what they would
(Florida of the flood In No..h' Questionnaires tor will help the farmer
great complete -
Oweola Census of art now Allan Baker, Glen Cattcrton and Drew Kelly, (Photo by Eby) Chairman Edwin L. Masonof have been under the 1963 tax
Frontier Life). Thework day Where thes Agriculture answers to any question .
Tallahassee said the Utilities
and the
rat will\ figured,
was originally pub. mysterious legends came being mailed out to farmers in the form that the farmer
Commission bar
extensive .
lUhrd In 19)1.DIGGING. from I I. question yet to (and ranchers) of Osceola was unable to answer, and will funds set
Local will
OJIIS studies In that
UP be solved. County, County Agent Jim review the form to see that it AttorneyTo Judging progress
FLORIDA HISTORY Another very interest : Smith reported today. I le completely filled out help him and Commt..lonereJerr GivenCommendation
Team SecondIn W. Carter and William\
Mounds ng story coming from Mr. : The form are expected to By mailing the form head
The subject of moundsin Moseley, Is that in 1886, : reach the farmer within a few of visits, officials of the Bureau CourseMurray T. Mayo decide whether the
Florida again comes up he railroad was trying to : days. This will allow farmer of the Census, an agencyof Special Competion savings should be returned to
stronger than ever, under find a feasible crossing of : : a period of time to consult the U. 8. Department of customers In rat reductions,
5 their 1064 business record. In Commerce W. Overstreet, Jr. used to Improve service to Roy Hansel, chief engineerof
the semblance of "Diggingup Reedy Creek, Col. Gil. : hop to save both Livestock judging was one
Florida ..History." christ was engineer In : order to answer queitlont on time and effort Osceola County attorney, will of the outstanding event recently customers, applied to plant improvement Kiislmmee. bss been cam-
: Scientists and antiquarians charge. (Col. Gilchrlst was : : the forms before census enumerator The Census of Agriculture Is Instruct newly admitted lawyer in the final day of activity or expansion or mended by the city commissionfor
: armed with picks and later. notable and popu- begin calling on the taken every five year In the In how to handle real at the Sumter All Florida used otherwise, depending on his exemplary grades.Hansel .
shovel and other Instruments lar governor of Florida). :'. : farmer to collect the forms. year ending In "4" and "9"/ to property transactions at a Breeders Show and County the individual utility's condi who I.I taking aninternational
:: com before the At the time of this rail. ; .j Best estimates for the year gather needed up-to-dst. Information forthcoming practical legal Fair tion. CorrespondenceSchool
: public and announce new road survey the engineersent will be sufficient to answer on U.S. Agricultural education seminar set for November Some S50 Future Farmersand The order was sent to four course recently scored
:: discoveries. for Mr. Moseley, : $ queslons In case where complete Resources and pro due tion 16-20 in Lakeland.The 4-H Club boy from Polk, electric power companies, 22 seven A's and three B's on
': The best possible explanation knowing him to be familiar : records for the year are Such information I I. vital in week-long course, sponsored Marion, Sumter Osceola, Orange telephone companies, 15 natural his examination He started
: of the source with this section and not available, according to the making decisions affecting annually since 1955 by Hillsborough, Hernando, gas operators and 34 water the course In April. The commendation .
{ of these mound In founded eminently fitted a* a surveyor county agent many segment of the U S. the Junior Bar Section of The Pasco, Citrus, Lake, Pinellas, and sewer companies under the was entered In last
upon the theory that to direct to a point The visit by enumerator economy Data gathered include Florida Bar, I I. designed to Hendry and Sarasota Counties commission's jurisdiction, Mason week's commission meeting
t they are of Indian origin. where they could cross In : will start on November 9th, in the number and size of help beginning lawyer bridgethe participated said. minutes
The latest excavation, superintended 1000 feet. The surveying ; this county, according to the farm., number of persons living gap between law school The Groveland (A) Chapter
by the chief arty followed directions county agentEnumerators on farm., acreage and theory and the actual practiceof took' tint place with a score
'LM. of the Smithsonian Initl and cam out In exactly ,::: will call on every harvest of crop., a livestock law Similar courses will be of 1168 out of a possible 1200
*: 3 tutlon, lion. W. L. Stir 1000 feet. Here they found .:,:) farmer In the district under and opultry Inventory information presented In Tallahassee and point. Klsslmme. Osceol
:.:. ling claim that the Innovation evidence that the crossing t:::: his or her supervision, the on farm equipment and Miami. Junior High School chapter
:?:;+:;: of the European Is had been used by Indians. } county agent explained. At the facilities\ and on Income and He Is a graduate of University made 1143.8 point. This was
blended with the new openings The biases on the trees, }:+::< time of the call, the enumeraH. some production expenditure. of Fla. College of Law. enough point for a good solid

r: this report being nearly overgrown, had ff: second place The team consisted
: given In 1934 upon the excavation been made by the Federal ::::: State Frost of Jimmy Chapman tLf
:?:;:: of the BradenUm survey In 1847. Cutting Into yc;:::: Warning Charles Bronson, Robert Tyson -

f::9 mound the tree the chip were ::: Sarasota chapter came In
(: However, the theory ad.It taken out and now are : Service in Operation for third place.Individual .
vinced by the 1st Major among the curio In the *:::::; high In
: ; Powell of the Bureau of Clsslmme museum collec :. scorers
the F. F. A. judging event
:::: Ethnology, I I. worth considering tion. Of Interest too, I I. ::: By Jack Horan a day, the bulletins are transmitted were Richard Wilson SarasoU .
:::*. when he says: the fact that In the Fed ::: Th season' first nip of along a teletype line
first with 437
place points,
:: "Remove the Indian element eral the :: frost In
It survey crew wa ;f peninsular Florida reminds which encircle the state's Ronnie Strickland Tavares, w
::;: from the problem listlngulshed nephew of :$: us that the Federal. frost-critical region. The line second place with 424 point
:::, and w* are left without George Washington, his :;z State Frost Warning Service extend from Gainesville to
and Kiss'm-!
Jimmy Chapman,
;:::: hypothesis and that these name, according td record :: will again provide state growers Dayton Beach and southwardto
third with 422
mee, place
::::: elevations are the antiquities war Henry Washington ;+:::I': with frees Information In Lakeland, Fort Myers, and
?:::; of crud. savages, possibly r critical agricultural points
In those days it wa t areas Homestead. Team awards consisted of
:: the antecedent of only possible to cros* ::: The Service I sponsored Growers, cooperatives and CUSTOM CLEARINGas
place, gold trophy "
::: the present race of FlorIda Reedy Creek over toward r'::: jointly by the U.S. Weather state agencies can have the
second third and fourth
.:::. Indians. Lake Wilson. Mill from r4::: Bureau and the Florida Agricultural teletypewriters installed in
rosettes Individual awards
:,::, To the scientist In quest Sanford and Orlando and $r Experiment Stations, their offices to receive the only Caterpillar
.: of It \Is Interest were rosette for first, oecmldand
: research,
up country used to meet ,c::: began its 30th season of service forecasts and data.
:::: ing to know that' chronicles the Tampa mail and points :;:feast ::: to the state Nov. 1 whenit Information which Is relayed third places.Alternates for. the Osceola equipment can do it.
::: of D* Sot* day describe at Davenport. Post *:;: Issued the first of many on the line include daily Junior High School
:: the manner In rider her and periodic bulletins. district weather forecast
met exchanged : sever
: which the natives brought r According to Warren O. Allen Baker, Drew Kelly
: mall bags. :;:: storm bulletin., shipper'sforecasts
::}: earth to certain spots and STATEHOOD f::: J o h ns| o n Meteorologist In five-day outlooks, and Glenn Catterton. You know the best for
D. LEDBETTER can expect job
::: formed elevation. This
NOW DESIRED f:::: Charge, the service's headquarters hourly radar reports on rainfall .
::::s adds to the stories as told : promoted are located In Gainesville and the when it's
A bit of history Is neeessary ,: areas, crop damage money done by Caterpillar.
{: by the present Seminoles to fill the Interim tiif:::: Deland, Orlando Bar- reports from Florida, California -
:: 3 regarding some mounds following the clone of the :rr: tow Belle Glade, and Pompano and Texas. built tractors.
::: in Oiceol County, who LedbetlerAppointed Beach.
{ Johnson
8 e m I n o I I. SevenyearWar" :t; pointed out that the
:::4 say were torn constructed of these to mounds build In 1842 until 1806. :?::1 warning Johnson Service says helps the Frost-farmers Frost-Warning Service Is particularly YOU'RE NEVER'AlONE Caterpillar machinery Is best all 'round
important to fruit
settlers e.
Many :
new nowcame
:.r::: their signal fires upon. By and growers prepare forfrenln and vegetable well WHEN YOU HAVE ATELEPHONE' for
f Into Florida and her growers as Flprida'i rypa pf f. land clearing. They
smoke telegraphy they; W ,
agricultural and Industrial weather'by Issuing .a others sine ub-freedng t ; .
r::: communicated war new, To Post regular bulletins through weather can' io tie
) development were tomVrked ::: can ruin a crop or kill\ rough andtough jobs like root.
>::;::JItrom one band to another March 31. Released three time plants or trees
that the territory, :::
:: thus keeping the entire
under Governor Call ?):: ing, stumping, clearing-out palmettos,
tribe Informed of the in.snermost II. D. Lcdbetter, son of Mrs.
:::: workings of the' showed a strong desire to : Marl Ledbetter of 214 N. Accounts Near ditching for drainage and filling-in low
k::: enemy becqm a *tt.. The grew Vernon avenue, has been appointed Budget;

k:::):;:# The burial mound are until March 3, 1845, when I: division manager of areas.
:::: of different structure. Th President Taylor signedthe the new Pacific division of L Revenues Up SlightlyRevenues
:::: old chieftain -Tallahasse bill and prepared the M. Berry and company The (*mponion>hlp when y" wont And
: for the Caterpillar
election under
way : can
} of the largest
::: ) said, "Long time ago the company one ft help In emergencies ,
::::I many people her and i form new governmental .,::;":s telephone directory advertising are exceeding expenditure $006,767. Collections ech expect the best, top-rate job from the men
cmveniinct words
K: their ancestor bur I I i d firm In the nation, handling for the City of Klsslmme month amount to about beyond
:i $78
:;:.::: their dead In mound., sot Florida I being the }., the sale of yellow pages advertising so far this year, according 000. This then will bring the with Mverol extension telephone who operate them.
::{: that other tribe coming youngest of the state at for more than 600 to a report releasedby
:::1 c long might not disturb the time the south 'lIC'ed.S telephone companies from City Manager Charles Tyson city the end more of than the budgeted fiscal by in color, too
,s$ them. ed from the Union wasfit coast to coast.Ledbetter to City Commissioners. October 31 year, For custom clearing, call on a man who

:: Mr. James E. Mosley, a destined to undergo a graduate of Os Revenue collected was some
:::1 surveyor ss well is sklllei\ a brief regime under the 4::,: ceola High School, will b* responsible $22,000 ahead of the anticipated A* to expenditures In the operates Caterpillar equipment and
.,::: craftsman In wood lore, Star and Stripes. Florida 1:::: for an ll-state area schedule Of the $462.531 utility department, 84.8 percent serviced by Rozier.
::::;:: reports the most noted passed her first days a* f: In the Pacific coast and mountain anticipated $484,070 had been of the budget's amount
a stat under th rule offour :y has been spent. Of $980,000 FLORIDATELEPHONE
::: mound In Osceola County; S state area. collected through Sept. SO.
o::. as being near where the governors He joined L. M. Berry and Expenses were being held budgeted $831,328 has been
:: railroad crosses Reedy These tumultout days company In 1963\ as a salesmanIn far below the budgeted figure. expended. Expendituresamount I CORPORATION
;: Creek. Mr. Mosley bas were filled more or less k::: the firm' Tamp office H* With but two month remaining month.In to about $77,000 a
ti:; seen all sort of trinkets, with political strife. Flor. r I: was appointed staff assistantof In this fiscal year the
:c.:: some gold and silver and Ida, new and aggressive, :: the Florida division In 1956, budgeted figure I I. nearly I the water department, JOS. L.
tie:: beads dug from this and decided that she ; and In I960 was named Florida 100.000 less the revenue col. 96.8 percent of the revenue has t

t mound. would stand by the other I division administrative manager. lected. Of an anticipated expenditure already been collected. This .
t Formerly pioneer set was among the first to : He was transferred to of $462,531 only means that by the end of the ROZIERMACHINERY
tier thought the larges stand up for her right the company's Mid-Western $308,805 had been spent fiscal year, revenue will "S".w
", mound found In Osreoli southern state In withdrawing 1'1: territory office In Dayton, through Sept 30. This is approximately amount to more than budgeted.A .. .,. ,
,>: County was In the form of from the Union. : Ohio In March 1964, where he 80 percent of the to expenditures, 81.4 has Snoior- MACHINERY CO.ORtANDCKLORiDA .
snake. -possibly a part This movement was mad served a* special representa budgeted amount been spent
::::: from some form of fortification. Feb. 4, 1861, when she entered :' ties While in the Tampa of- In the utility department, Th water department thus
Th "Big Snake" the Southern Con. ):) flee, Ledbetter also served for the figure also showed fiscal far this year has received $14,- TAMPA
>,: I I. one of the many legends federacy. This year, the :::.: three year a* manufacturers' soundness, the city manager 332 more than its expenses.
.f among the American new flag of the Confederacy :Q representative on the board of said The cigarette tax fund Is
Indiana, and particularly floated from the Cap 4t:: director of the Florida Telephone Of $980,200 anticipated revenue well\ ahead of budgeted fig
L i do the Semlnoles In Florida itol building : Association the city has received ures. Oats,,IIIae,. Can eel Taseavelee a,e aelelrHTeaemcees. .
believe In this snake, (Continued next Issue) I et e.'I1. feseIee e.


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are hoping for a mild gallon of water and this nix-
winter this year, but In cue tore sprayed on the trunk andover
w* don' have one, bank on the clean soil to be used
young citrus Is good Insurance for building the bank. Apply 1
County Agent Jim Smith quart of mixture per tree, or
Mid yesterday. if the site I I. newly cleared

Below are listed practice and hat much debris Increase the features want at the price
that help prevent termite dare- the amount to one gallon per you
age to banked treeit tree. Use low pressure to avoid
blasting the tre. Do not pray

: It sprinkle ha been 1/4 common cup practiceto of 1% on fruit.cut If or trunk wounds have, 1 pound pruning and terms just right for

I ehlordan around dust over the the toil of metallic copper In neutral you
surface tree and
form can be added to the 100 .
than mix another 1/4 lath *
j. cup
gallon of water to Impart
r ; banking soil a* the bank
y U being ...... Distribution of some protection against fungi-

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a adequate to prevent attack.It A Nielsen study shows that SSS5: ? PARKS FURNITURE CO.ST. 2
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72% eWordan muliflabl bold. buy md wad at least
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Kowboys Smash Lyman for Homecoming; St. Cloud Next

Tb. Gatette, Kiiiimmee, Florida Nov 19 1W4-Pag* Eleven

Rivals to ,t L'f

Meet inAnnual

Dout .

By Mike Hanklna ; ,. '.'" ',,'

The Kowboyt imishcd the \ Ii.I."I" 1",.;,:, ,"'J ftl" "
e Lyman Greyhound last week J''I "I' 1'; 'rl'IA ft
41-?. The victory topped the : ''tlrt Ytvtsr ry kK
homecoming ceremonies of the : >:':

night .:, t.i 1
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The Game to ComeTh 1 "J
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Probable Starting Lineups Kowboys travel to St. ({ -. "t: I

Cloud this week to defend n1 : ,;
their title "champ. In the "X. ';'}., .
a* ,
Kowbojs Positions BulldogsMike ": ........- \
St Cloud-Oaceola rivalry. Last :1l." "
the Kowboys overran the
Whitewclf LE Jim William year ,J\ ; ,
but the
Bulldog 34-20 St
Jim Barber LT Edwin Hilt t t
Cloud eleven clinched the title .
: :
Bill Htnklni LG Glen Prlckett J;
the year before 7-6 I 4
Eugene Speln C Jimmy Crow I ,
The Bulldogs rely mostly on r.-J
Jim Sabetto RG
Steve Albritton +
the running of Johnny Crowe,
Steve Parker RT Jack ShinglesMike halfback They alto have a 1 -, .. a

Smith RE Bill Humphrey strong spot In End Jim \\Hllami. HOMECOMING AC'110N-K01ll'bo back Jim Crum (38)) I I. teen at the 40 yard Kowboys continue to drive. Orl Preston, a leading ground gainer for the Otceo*

Alan Starling QB Glen Knapp line left) a* h* rushed put Greyhound defense Friday night to scor one of his la squad, U shown at the 25 yard line, In a run which began on the Kowboy 22
Terry Roberta HB HB Johnny Crowe The Kowboy unit will\ put three touchdown for the OHS grldden. Center picture, the game was all one- and ended at the Lyman 44 The Kowboyi took the homecoming battle, 41 to 7 I

Jim Crum FB Oscar Steve Adams Simmons their trust In the entire backfield tided at a pass Intended for Lyman't Gene \Mnkleman ,It Incomplete and the over (Photo by Eby)
which hat done a fin
Gary Dymmek WB job this year, Jim Crum, Terry Robert shot out of the Gre,.
Roberta, Gary Dymmek and hound defense and rushed 66
Alan Starling are on the yards for his second touch Kowboy-Bulldog Rivalry Renetved I
Players of the Week starting list for the Kowboysthis down of the night. Parker eon!
week.Friday's. verted and the Kowboy fin.
(lined their Greyhound burial, The annual old rivalry between will bo presented Immediately a row, they were allowed to Bulldog edged the Kowboy
41 to 7, the Oweola Kowboyi titer the gam*, keep the trophy permanently, 7 to I In 1U02 for their only

Y ? Win The Greyhounds tried to end the St Cloud Bulldogs will Last year, the trophy was Now, a different trophy I I. wilt In the five-year period.
fay score one more time by going be renewed Friday night In given by the St. Cloud Jay donated and presented etch The Kowbo,.' greatest and
Fullback Jim Crum ruined to the air, but Gary Land St Cloud when the two longtime roes This was the first year year to the winner of the grid 'remembered victory cam
for three touchdown and 152 snagged one of the aerials and foes meet on the gridiron for such a trophy presentation contest In '61 when they trounced the

yards Friday to spearhead theKowboys' rushed back to the 43 for the To the winner of this game In previous yean, a trophy In the past five yean, the Bulldogs 46-0, Last years
..m'lhlne'Ictory Kowbo)'.. With the clock run. rOIl a trophy and the title has been given to the winner, Kowboy nave been the predominant game, played In Klislmmee,
over the Lyman Greyhounds ring, the Kowboyi moved to "County Champion* The trophy exchanging hand according to winner In this rivalry was somewhat closer but till
41 to 7, The Kowboys scored the three, first down and goal. It being given this year the game champ each ....on. They hiv four victories In the Kowboyi' favor, 34 to
six times all total and poundedout Tim ran out for the illustrious by the Kltiimmee Jaycees and If a team won three limes In with only one defeat Th 20.
till yards on the ground Kowboys with the ball
during the evening's big homecoming resting on the one. .'('t'f tlty
game Several backs did fin run. : ''':' : nl -srorc Program For Cx-Nat'y MenThe

The Greyhound took the op. nlng jobs for the Kowboyi .: : ,;;,
enlng kickoff and Immediately Friday, Leading the yardgainer -
t r Navy Recruiting Office for which h* qualifies.For .
the Kowboy defense topped was Crum with threetouchdown !
In Orlando, announce a n.wprOlr.rn more Information, be
!! z the Lyman drive Crum (nagged !i two short rum
\ called "Re-Score" for aura to contact the local Navy
1\ the punt on the 32 yard from the three and eight and a
mOlt men recruiter Wednesday at
line and rushed 68 yards for 39 yard run for the third H* discharged any
men for more the port office In Et Cloud,
a score but a penalty broughtthe pounded out 152 yards In 17
than three month and underfour Florida, from 10 *.m, until
ball bark and the Kowbo,.' carries for an outstanding 8.9 ft
be eligible for 11 am. or at the office
I'.j years may port
offense set up play on the Ly> yard average, Backing up
this Under Re- In Klttlmmt
the from IllSO until
.j 81 f .,;w man 24. Three plays later, Crum and the Kowboy grid program :
Score program h* may b* able Ili30: or contact the office In
Crum shot over from the three den was Terry Roberts with
enliat his old Orlando
to re- In pay at 2520 North Orange
GARY TEMPLETON JIM '('RUM for the score. Steve Parker two touuhdowntt one from the be .
and Av
grid assigned to a Phone 424.7001 accord
Top Llnemai heat Beck kicked hit first of the gtme'l 18 and another on a 66 yard t Clan "A" Conversion school\ Ing to the recruiting office, .
m tl
five extras putting the Kowboys run. Roberts rushed for 124 +
Gary Templeton, ton of Mr Jim Crum, ton of Mr and out In front 7 to 0. yards In six carries for a 20.7 .-

and Mr O. Templeton was Mrt. Jack Crum, was named Lymtn received again and yard average Jack Tyner
named Lineman of the Week Back of the Week. Thli 16 who took Crum't place for a
this time
able to
following Frld.,'. came with year old junior It 6 feet tall, Inside Kowboy were to move the majority of the second half, USED CARSALL
Lyman. This 17 year old senior weight 180 Ibt. and It a letter territory scored one and rushed for 54
38, but no further One! Pret
ia 6' 1", weight 160 Ibt. He man. He led the offensive ton took the punt on the 22 yards In eight carries, a 6.7 ONE OWNERS
played an excellent game at charge In the homecoming vie. and ruined back to the Lyman average One Preston rushed
defensive end, giving the Ly* tory, scored three touchdownsand 44. Terry Robert took handoff for 58 yard to add to the Hit /
man quarterback a great deal In the first three quarter and went 34 yards a to the of ground gainer. If 41 PONTIAC CONYIRTIIU, Very Sharp .... .1189501E
of trouble on hit favorite roll of play gained 130 yards In a eight Crum took It over for Steve The Toe" Parker

out pas 11. wean jersey 83.MuUerMUlcr'Team. down carrlei. the Kowbo)'.. Parker attempt showed up In good form forth

!I ed the kick for the conversion Kowboyi, booting five sue ,UIRLANI 500 fORDOR y., with ,.r.1.motl" i) but rnliied W UKowboy.. ceeiful out of six extra at- ''''
:; 0 t
First I held rtllliriaf-OMead.i | tempted i? ..:

, The Greyhound took the The leading ground gainer MIRROR, MIRROR ON TilE WALL, who will) take nrfme, the. Hit FALCON STATION '895**
In Scotch Doubles third kickoff' of the first half for the Greyhoundi was Phil coveted trophy from the annual county contett to be held at St WAGON Ferrfomotl"
TourneyTheresa and again were held to a punt Perrault with 108 yards. He Cloud Friday night Steve Parker, renter a tackle on the
Ing tituatlon. The Kowboyi alto cored the only touchdownfor Kowbojr team stands protectively over the trophy the Kos boys

Muller and Danny Hall, 6.7.91; T Jnta! union, offensive unit let up play on the Greyhound YARDSTICKKowboyt gained possession of last year, while Oscar Simmons, left, 8t. 1941) OMIT TUOAR. M. Tro iml.n" ...,..., '895*
the 42. They moved to the Lyman Cloud fullback, and Johnnie Crowe, St. Cloud halfback, threaten
Miller made up the winning 3-7-10 and 11 iO; Eunice Greyhound
15 and to take It away this year (Photo by Ely)
were threateningagain
team In the Handicap Scotch Boudreaux, 5-7; Marilyn Slo 10 First Downs I
Doublet Tournament held at rum, 3.10; Ruth Davit, 3-10; but a fumble halted the till Rushing Yardage 127 1961 FORD CUSTOM fORDOR

Orange Bowl Lanes last week. Emma Borden, 11.71; Connie drive and the half ended In 18 Pining Yardage 39 '.CI I. ltd. TrammliilM ... .. '$995
favor of the Kowboyi ". ._.........
end. The two rolled Impretiive Green, 3-10 Adams 3.
up an ; Nancy 1.1 Panel Completed 0-12
1,094. 10i; and Hettie Langston, 3.10 The 'Houndi kicked off to 1 Panes Intedcepted By 0 Kowboys Gel Bowl Bid
Second place went to Joan OSCEOLA SQUAWS the Kowboy after returning 1 rum bl.. lost 2
Humble and Ray Barrette with Memory Gardena 33 7 to the field second half and 1-17 Punts 6.22 SPICIAL

a 1,085. Other wlnnen were: Paddle Wheel S H 30 tO play began at the Kowboy 30. 55 "entitle- 45 Th OiceoU High Kowboyi ploni lost year and seem sure 1960 SALOON fORPOR. Jli. TrMimltiloit .. $595
Third, Linda Murray and Sam Orange Bowl Lnt. 23 17 The drive moved the Kowboy have received a bid to participate I. to hive clinched the till this '"
Traverse In a tie with Danny St Cloud Motors 20 20 unit to the Lyman 39, where In the 1964 Ttngelo Bowlat year, have a 7-2 record for the
Miller and AI Thomas, 1,081)) Parka Furniture 18 22 tar ground-gainer Crum broke Marine Corporal Euitlt December 4. This MI ion. Their losses were to
Jessica Campbell and Err Yea. Elon't Beauty 8 18 22 away and rushed for hit third wn announced Tuesday by non-conference Lakevlew and
ger, 1,079; Art Logtdon and Oiceola Drugs 18 22 score, putting the Kowboyt In Makes LandingM Coach Jack Yenrwood after Palatka AUTREY MOTOR CO.
Phil Phillips, 1070. Herthey't Florist 17 23 a 19 to 0 leading position. the team voted to accept the The Kowboyi, Oran Belt

High game winners were; St Cloud Cleaners 14 26 Parker booted the extra and I Corporal ftllllam bid and take on the Euitli Conference member, have MIDDLE or IIOAOWAYIINCI
Muller and Miller 225; Hum. Ken' Service Sta. 9 81 the Kowboyi kicked off to the Marvin, ton of Mr and Mr, Panthers In the annual grid lost three games and won ala
isle and Barrette, 235; Murrayand T G. Lee Dairy Increased Greyhounds again Lyman begin William Marvin of 1807 Or. Contest this year, The Kewbovi losses<<
Traverse, 2211) and John their lead In the Klitimmee play on their own 22. ang Blvd. sailed from the The Panthers who were were to Lakevlew, Leesburg "ttaaJustyourstyle
and Phyllis Peterson, 223. Business Men League to 6and They moved to the 26 and east coast of the United Stiles Mid-Lake. Conference Cham and WlldW1 Od.
Phil Perrault
half broke and ----
The tournament scheduled one points by taking took part In Operation
for this weekend I I. a Handicap 3 of 4 point from second away for a 64 yard gala, put. "Steel Pike" In Spain recent
3-6-9 Doublet Tourney In this place Phil A N... Kltalmmee .Ing the Greyhoundi on the I,.
Vacuum Store moved Into 20. Next, quarterback Jack The combat
event, the bowler are given a training exer*
strikes In the third sixth and tie for second place by split Gen Blanton rolled out and hit cite was the largest amphibious
ninth framer ting 4 point with Rooney Wlnkleman on the one. operation conducted In the
Pontiac Perrault drove over for the Atlantic since World War II. ,
There will be special dally
High aeries this week was Greyhound only score and
prices given Starting times by Boudreau of Roon. Wlnkleman kicked for the Ly
for both Saturday and Sundaywill .y Henry Pontiac with a 650 scratch man conversion r '65 Dodge Polara. A big handsome hunk of machinery that'sraising

be 4 p.m.Kissimmee which It alto high series this The Wounds kicked and duu1n.n. eyebrows all over the Outside
Transit Mix and Crum took the ball from the .. .. country neat

Citizens State Bank each won Bob year.Stocum Others, 622 over; Jo 550* Suldo were;, 20, 64 yards to the Lyman 16. clean, distinctive Inside, inches bigger than last year

evening 26H and at tat Orange 13H Bowl Thursday Lanes 682; Carl Furchea, 174; TonyMonell and Th* offensive this time moved to the II WiTFf QUALITY IUILT INIv. Quicker, too, With a 383 cu. in. V8, standard equipment that
Terry Robert e'
when the Star League met and Pet, 173 Barber; Bill,Hinmtn 663. (66; scampered over for his first likes regular gas best, Climb In and take a look around

High team aerie were; F.n.n.U' of two touchdown. Again. and trim
High game was by Chuck you would expect only
Barber; Shop 2080; C1U- Theltt with 266. This It alt Parker converted and the Ie_. y '
tent State Bank, 3029; Kiaaimme high this year Next was boys led at the end of the third B 15 on more expensive cars

Transit Mix, 2026. Henry Boudreaux with 256} quarter 27 to 7. s Y te Nicest thing about the '66 Dodge Polara, If the looks, spirit
High team games were; CI j. furchea Lyman received the kkkoff T ?I y c '
Carl 237 Joe Suldo
lent State Bank '724; Fennell't 233; Ed. Taftt 233; Bill Hln., and art up play on their own and luxury get you going, the price won't slow you down.

Barber Shop, '721)) Kluimme man 230; and Cliff Hughe., 1$. They moved to the Kowboy Dodge comes on big for '65,Why not come

Transit Individual Mix, high 706. series were: 223. High team arks was by 42 Parker and picked eenterguard up a Greyhound Corky ._.4 along for the ride 7 At your Dodge dealer's.
T. G. Lee with 3009! with bandican. -
Settle Oimun.! IIS; JeanBlandford .. fumble In the backfield and
507) Renata Hed n rushed U yard before being
rick 499. Individual high game KISSIMMEE II f 11& from behind and
scores were Jean Blandford BUSINESS: MENT. brought down on tile Lyman ..e
230; RenaU Hodrkk, 221; Be*, C. Lee Dairy 32H 74" 23. Th offense moved to the .Sc+laaaa ur_
ale Osmun,193. Phil A Net 27 11 three and Jack Tyson, taking
Jean BUndford hit her lint Kit*. Vacuum 8tr. 27 11 the place .f Crest plowed ever NO-RAY.
200 game and 500 series and Art Bar 26 14 for the _re. Parker converted
set a new high game for the Elks Cold 24 16 and the Kowboyt were burying DIIUXIlOTtMOHUSUtl
league followed ky RenaU Orange Bowl Lnt. 20 20 the 'Hottndt with only five WAIF
Riedel Motor 18 22 minute to play
LEAGUE Rooncy Puttee 11* 22*" Lyman tried in vain to move JACKSON'SSPORT v
Kits. Transit Mil 26U 1SUCHiiem Tupperware. 11 23 gain bit were wuucreiifal SHOP

St Bank MH 1IHFeene.ll Elks Blue 11 27 and 'u..... On a tint *nr.
'* Barber UH S1HOaceola WFIV Radio It II rt the 14 raft line, KewUy. 904 t Moot AVI, OtUMX
U 22 Rife Market 10 10 I IAMERICAN' I .
Hospital -- --- ------- -
Armad'j Freesett 17V UH"
Superior Loan c.. II 27OaceoU -
Memory Garden .I.. BOWUNG LEAGUE
Northilde Super 8 M ItArmoor FUEL OIL
created their lead to S game w _
Chemical 23 11
Tuesday night il the OocooU
Squaws League by winning: 4 Panning Lumber 21H IIH" KfftOSfNf AND full Oft
Texaco IS 14
game front St seed Meter.
Kant Bro. 194 144BentoM
They also had High Series.. Jewelry. It 17 'CM NIOMFT HOMI OfUVHY SttVlCf CAU M sus it
nil and High Came, Ml for

the Thee night bowling SOO series for OocoeU Memory MaaeM Garden 17 11 IT ItDelNroed I II* BASS, FUEL OIL 85 Dad g2 Polar

the night" went J... Humble
Coup**. Extern*. 14 O .
Ul kJlSfMMII .
; There Mailer,*4<; Bea. S473033AMfAJCANOILCO .
ate Sun. |*4 Lana Skinner. Southern Mk t 27 .
124; Helen nip, I21| Came Ken Grocery t 17 ttl! Sill "i 1 RIEDEL MOTORS

G.II.; and Tin Soetmerman. .:

3-10 and "!$; Pat The first U.... permanent ", 26 fJMAAETI STRIP KISSIMMff, 'lOCJOAWAfCM
HtgnM. 44; RiU Cong*.. aw.,."* was the fiesta) r ; '" '1)\,
"7-1.: Pearl Sterna, S-7s Neva-Lett, which ma*. h* MiA.. GU WITH STA-CtfAMJ 1 fit "7w lOt HOH wow." MCTV. Cttft TOO tow arms
Clara Str etse', S-10; Mildred appearance. to 1704.

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EFFECTIVE Borden's Assorted Flavors (limit 21)

AND NOVEMBER THURS.-FRI.SAT., .;ted4' RED STAYMEN WINESAP I Ice Milk 0 0 half ga,I. 39 4

19-20-21 -' (?..r..s.) )) APPLES Del Monte PineappleGrapefruitFruit Drink e 4 46oz.can 51.

New Decanter Bottle!

4 lb. 39c Crisco Oil .' .. 48oz.III'; 69'
+ 1 bog Halved or Sliced Yellow Cling

: Froth Trader Ktnlycky-Wondcr. F & P Peaches 4 COnS"'? 1.b .

Polo Beans | 19' For Holiday Snacks, Star-Kist
'k\ .N.w Crop I Froth florid.Grapefruit Chunk I Tuna 4'2j1.:
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IJ) \ "' _ 10ef 39
______ For Salodi. Flavorful Florida Evaporated Style (limit 6 please)

.d 1. ... 'd Avocados ... 19' Pet Milk I 3 cons tall 39c'f'r
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J" Croli Small Barrier' Shi
"\ Pear Halves I 3 #cam 2'/i $1 IRoia Old Milwaukee pock 98'
You'll Lava Aunt Nelliei'" or Style
Whole Onions 29' b.
For Seladi. Try Mutller'i I. Gold Medal I :k 39cElbow
(limit I please with purchases of $S or morel)
Macaroni 2 27-
Dromedary For Holiday Baking
Pitted Dates :k k"' 29 o dtl trtj specials> IOO ep leA'IOO

., Cress Mince& Blackwall Meat Rum Cr Brandy. ". .,'..,. 39' I J 4. Green....k."q-,...Stamps..,."dI...., I
.. Krof''. Philadelphia Brand DRISTAN NASAL SPRAY
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Cream Cheese 29c
Mince Meat ., 59' ,?.. yourcholc.
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16 lb. 10.16 Under Stuffing PV.01 3T Parkay C'II.
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With M..I Mushrooms Ch. Boy-.r-D. ..
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bacon Reynold's Wrap "01?' 65* WHO!* 6fr milED ORANGE HERMAN'S BAND FAMOUS WIENERS

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Swift's Premium SlicedCanadian Corn . 2 #toot 103 29* '!50mE..7lfEA{ OSO

Bacon . ft';: 49* FftF Ttnder Croon J"([ Green
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Chopped Ham ft 39* rev T.II4" Cut 229 SWIFT'S ROLL PREMIUM SAUSAGE TASTY '
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Tornow's Flavorful Fresh Green Beans . 2 cant 29* BooooooOOOOOU20000US
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Sliced Bologna. . :.:. 39 Libby Pumpkin 2 f.J. 29' --
Coptland's Heat & Serve omIXTRAm o
'1001 Swlffi Holiday Treat ...
Sausage. . . . . . pkg.- 49 Ice Cream Cake Roll 3 pkg.! 1'. $1 Herman's Famous Oronge-Bond N. lac.', Holiday Favorite : "
Wieners <+ so stamps) . !Pi9b!:: 59 Chocolate Pinwheels t;."- 49 o frozen foods I Ti 6-oi.f'f."m HAM OR gj

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Sauerkraut 2 lb 29' Prune Juice . 3 quart hart' $' Mince Pies . 3 "pk":' $1 l
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Bread Dough 3 *::% 49c !50m:p Tlf 0lf50
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r( 29C Plch....'. Frotk Froto CoUeil 5 0 m FREE m 50f

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Section Two KISSIMMEE FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1964 Agriculture Section

Osceola Ag Counts

t0. ta.I1M I
., ,Nahaa

I $15 Million ValueOsceola

.. ... .. farmer annually produce should reach. over two million
KI88IMM over $15 million of beef and bead by 1975. Beef productionwas
"l.a.a e dairy products and over $9.0 mil 870 million pound In INS,
Mayor' Proclamation lion of citrus, according to the should reach 700 million pound
latest estimates. Other products In 1976 due to Improvement In
FARM-CITV WEEK< mean $1 million annually to the calf crop percentage and In
farmer average weight. par animal! sold.

.u This total of $14.7 million, to "For the stat as a whole,
which must be added the "Agrl- farmer received during the 196$.
business value of $14 million 64 season over $1 billion for their
WHEREAS, the farmer and cattlemen of Oeceola County produces h.t" more, accounts for a tarts part of crop The Agribusiness value of
the Income of Osceola cltlsena. these crop was $U billion representing -
year '13.8 Billon of farm product, and the prosperity and veil-being! This Is a three-fold Increase the retail price for

line 1954, as agriculture has expanded which they were sold. Forest
of the City of Klsaimmee are dependent cooperation between the '
upon rij and become more productive. product were worth $1J billion,
citrus crop over $1 billion, vegetables \
two great. elements. of our aoclttyi farmer and urban people, and The University of Florid1 In- $687 mlllon, and beet and \
stltute of Food and Agricultural dairy cattle $200 million In retail
WHEREAS the complexities of their individual problem and the Sciences recently reported on the value last season"

value of agriculture to the UU
divergence of their activities have led to a widening gulf of sunder- as a whole as follows Civic Clubs I

"Total value of all land and
standing, andWHEREAS
buldlng on farm In Florid ap-
proilmates $44 billion. This tremendous Plan FarmPrograms
this gulf of misunderstanding mutt be eliminated and each Investment amounts to

about $41,000 per agricultural\
group mat. understand the other if our American way of life la to endure and worker twice
the national avrsge. -
WHEREAS Fane-City Week provides an unparalleled for tara
"Florida produce 60% of the During the coming week, Ose*-
world's grapefruit and 80% of IU ole County Civic Club will observe
and city people to become re-acquainted
Farm-City Week In most
oranges, packing 90% of the
world' concentrate. In case by having agricultural
I, THEREFORE, Honorable Russell Thacker, Mayor of the City of Klsstmoe, tile last season orange before the frees, speaker

Florida produced 1S4 million boie Rotary-which meet Mondayat
do hereby proclaim the period of November 20 through November 26 to be Fans-
of fruit, and production Is II. noon-will have John B. 8UI*,
petted to reach (20 million by Ant Dir *f Marketing Fla.
City Week and I do further call upon all cltltens of this community to 1975. Forty years ago In the early Dept of Agriculture as'speaker.Klwanl .

1920s, Florida\ produced just II will have a number *f
participate to the limit of their capability in the event attendant toa million boiea."Florida farmer and rancher as Its

rank first In th*. guests at Its Tuesday night meet
successful Farm-City Week U. 8. In the average number of ing.

cow per commercial dairy farm.It Th* Lion dub ha (InvitedCounty
Done .at. the City of Xissinmee this IQt day nl Nov.ahar_ 1064 I II also 1st In Increased production Agent Jim Smith to speakto
(Date) per cow during the past It. I IFarmers
10 years. Th average Florida and cattlemen. will be
i./8 At cow produced only 4(180( pound of Invited to attend the meeting a*
: milk In 196S but 7500 pound in special guests, and till, general
1903 with tilt total expected to will .
public we are sure, be welcome
eTY salt I 184.6.NON6 041...., 1 Poet ........ 009 940 1 a1es/ww64 es141 reach 9000 pound per cow by to attend. Simply 'uk en*

1975. .f your friend In Lions, Klwanl
"Florida Is 14th In the U. 8.
asa or Rotary If you cant com to
beef rattle state, and number attend one of these meetings.

I New Procedures, Expansion, Increase Ag Income Three Times 1


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NEW IDEAS MORE PRODUCnTTTT.: have resulted .bi a three-fold Increase In low. Right thousand of acre of mew rltrw Cranes were planted. .In the comity
Osceola' income from farming In the past 10 year Pictured above are eia.'lei between W7 and the liMIt of 1962. nil pUUr shows. new planting/ I to th*
left, large .nay field owned by 11_'* lac. just north of Kisalmme produce vicinity of Alligator Lake.
roughage" to carry cattle through the winter month who. grace growth la n"FarmCity

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The Giiette, Klsslmmeo, Fla, November. 19, '1864 I
Page Two-Agriculture Section t

I County Agents Have Active Educational Program I


4-H Work
Variety of
r With YouthImportant

300 Oceola County youngsters
Whether you're interested In 641.4 had. the benefit of an agricultural
hibiscus or improved pasture, the project throuih the 4-H Clubs
chances we the OsceoU County .1 last year-and despite a changed
Agricultural Extension Service i system some 200 should be In the
has a bulletin on the subject clubs this year, reports County
The Extension office where r Agent Jim Smith.
County Agent Jim Smith and Last year, Smith and the Home
Home Demonstration Agent Hiss Demonstration Agent Miss Marl.
Marilyn Dietrich: preside Is located lyn Deitrich operated the clubs
In the "Cow Palace" mid. themselves. This year, volunteer
way between Kisslmme and St. leaders are in charge, and the
Cloud on U. S. 441. meetings art held outside of
The photo herewith rives a school hours.
rough Idea of the Urge amount Clubs are now being operated
of technical Information on bow + i locally in the Pleasant Hill,
to crow and sell almost anything -- Shingle Creek and North Kiuim.
which can be found there. mee areas, In Klsslmmee Itself
Most of this material can be AGRICULTURAL INFORMATION TEAM-C unt, Agent Jim WOMAN'S TEAM. Marilyn at Central School, three In St.
had for the asking, and all residents Smith, right goes over new state agricultural: Information literature Dietrich, home demonstration Cloud, and one at Deer Park.
whether farmers or not, with Clyde Story, ASC, and Bonnie Bush, secretary. The agent discusses materials of A new one will begin soon at
Holopaw and when
are eligible to receive: It. office: in the Cow Palace on St. Cloud highway provides thousands interest to women with Doris leadership
be found there will be
The Extension Srvlce was set ef pamphlets annually to arrlculturallntereataln Osceola County. Anthony, secretary. can onestarted
in West Klsilmmee.
up around the turn of the century (Photo by Eby) (Photo by Eby)
Osceola's 4-H Clubs
to help disseminate Information Unique are
to farmers and livestock men. fed in the world. servation programs are other grams In the U. S. are limited to for junior horsemen-one for beginning .

This Is stilt its major function, The Soil Conservation Service, agencies helping the farmers.No the midwest corn and wheat riders and one for skilled
riders. Both of these under
and It has been given credit by Osceola County farmers are are
which helps with land-building principally, and the cotton-grow the direction of Mrs. Dan LeFevreof
many as the major single cause efforts, and the Agricultural Stabilisation subiidlxed, as subsidies are limited ing areas of the country, now Alligator Lake, and the Idea
of the great rise in agricultural storable and beef,
to products,
and the has been so successful that she ii
which makes centered In Mississippi
In the U. 8. which program
productivity: consid
milk and citrus are not so being liked to give her "formu-
has made this the best modest for certain southwest
country payments con- ered. Major farm subsidy pro-_ la" to other counties.
4-H Clubs were originally
..tart.ed0 teach farm youngstersmore
about modem farming and
stock raising, and bow to \live U
a modern and sanitary manner on
the farm.
This Idea U still foremost behind
the program, even though
It is now open to alt children.
Each must have a project and<
this mar be In animals, gardening
entomology (InsUts), electricity t
food or clothing.The .
volunteer adult leaden
provide guidance, but the parents
must be actively involved for the
child to gain much from the pro-

gram.What doe it take to organize
a 4-H tNothing

FOIT except an interested
and capable adult leader and at
least five Interested children.
There are programs for pre-jun-
lor high school children as wellas
older ones.
The junior 4-H horsemen learn
R not only how to ride horses, but
of course how to care for them,
too. The two clubs directed: by
Mrs. LcFevro art now about two
years old, and the interest sews
to be expanding all the time.
The groups an composed of
two types of youngsters: those
with farm and ranch backgrounds
who generally know much about
horses to btgin with, and those
from the city who have to be
taught from the beginning.
Therefore two groups dubbed the
Wranglers and the Tenderfeet.

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CUNT BARBER was eae of
the first evbers ef the Horse- ,
ESTATE OF HERBERT A. SMITH, JR. men's 4-H Club la Osceola

state.County, first .f Its kind .h the I 1

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During the 1920s, we brought the first American Brahmans to be used in
Florida and thereby established the first purebred Brahman herd in Florida.
Since then, Kissimmee has been one of the country's centers for purchase of
registered Brahman breeding stock. Whether you are interested in buying
Brahmans or just want to look, pay us a visit. Our ranch sign is on the Old St.
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Page FMN-AfTinhm Section The. Gazette, Kisalmmee. FU, November It, 196'

I Cattlemen's Ass'n, Farm Bureau, Mutual ActiveFarm I

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Counts 270Members \.:. ''W fiA, Serves Osceola

ry Fruit Growers State's OldestThe

Owing the short span of seven Florida's citrus growers handle Osceola County Cattle
years the Oteeola County Farm > ..J; 1 their industry problems through men's Association Is the oldest
Bureau KM rises from a membership .V' Florida Citrus Mutual a statewide farmer organization In the county .
of 2f U til members. !r' ':'"jlf' :"' association to which most having been established si in
Sine lu founding U 1957 the } ,: "- Oacoola County growers (and affiliate of the Florida Cattle-
organization has Mea represent some 85,' of Its production) be. men's Association which wu
inc all segments of Oeceola County f. ,, : long: started here In February 1S34.
agriculture.W. c Charles Psrtin of Partin Settlement Since Its organization, practically .
A. Rowan Mired aa its .-;. has been Oweola's director all cattlemen have supported .
leader during the initial year following on the Mutual board of the association, which now
UM CJM,'. charter. Other director for rare than eight has 110 members.
part presidents are Ton Hughey, years-one of three directors representing Aiding the association Is IU
Grady Babb. Blake Johnston, ';? ( \ ,, Mutual's OrangeOsceola ladles auxiliary, the Osceols Cow-
John Johnston BID Perry and County diitrict. Growers belles, which are In turn atfillst-
ed with state and nations! Cow.belle .
Phil DIVirgUie. of the district meet once each
Today the leadership U placed year usually in May, to elect di- bodies. The CowbeUts (..
with H. P. Baukalght M ,m- rectorswho then serve from Juneto vote their attention primarily to
Jent, Rome Laaier, rite president; June. beef promotion, supplemental
Davis Batemaa. eecrctery-treae- FARM LEADERS; H. P. (Cotton) Bauknirht, president of the Mutual Is described as the Council the efforts of the Florida Beef
rtr. Lest Powers U the Insurance Oteeola County Farm Bureau discusses this year' citrus crop "watchdog of the citrus Industry" (promotional affiliate of
the state cattlemen's association
representative. with Grady Babb, a director. The croup baa been active in representing working constantly on marketing the local level. )
Serving with the officers asa OwooU agriculture since tea inception la 1957. legislation etc. and prepared to on
board of directors are Bank- (Photo by Eby) move fast In case of emergency. Ed Rohde U the present prtii-
night Lanier Batemao DiVirgB- Partin cites one instance where dent of the Osceola association,
io. Babb Walter Van Ban Earl affiliated wttt both the Florida county planning\ program, helpedwork Mutual* Inspired promotion resulted with A. L. Bullis of St Cloud si
Partia, Charles Partia. Ernest State and American Farm Bureau for a school: finance program In a rise of 25 cents per vice president County Agent Jim
,-. Ha....'. Msyaard Sullivan Federation. on a pay-as-you-go basis, box In the price of Valencia oranges Smith as Secretary and J. Clifford .
Andy Poor, Glom Baladea, Aa active organization the and sponsored non-partiian political within a week-directly resulting Chapman as treasurer
I CUT Whaley." Farm Bureau !baa been instrumental rallies la Oareola County from a Valencia Week Heading up the Cowbtlles ii
The Osceola County group U In the development of (Continued In fifth column) promotion In chain stores. Mrs. Dan UKevre of St. Cloud,
f I with Mrs. Inelle Kelley as tint
vice president Mrs. Sybil Psrtmaa
second vice president, Mn.
Floramaye Rohde as secretary
and Mrs. Ruth Griffin si tress-
The Cowbtlles had a successful
beef promotion in cooperation

Dairies Beef Cattle with plan to Winn-Dixie promote membership In September at a
Ranches gathering of both cattlemen and
families on December 6, and sill
be promoting "beef for Fsthtr'i
Day" during the spring

Poultry Producers All Major work of the local cattle-
men's association is to support
the program of the Florida Cat
tlemen's Association.

However, the Osceola tasocislion -
Need Good Feed also has its own programs
last year It cooperated with the
Klsnimmee Kiwanis Club In s
businessmen's ranch tour deugn-
ed to acquaint business people
To Provide with the large bulness that ranch-
ing has become aa Osceols cattle
owners have Increased productivity
several! times In the put li

Better -Production. years.The association also actively!
helps 4-11 work, and mitts the
Kissimmee Valley Livestock Show
and the Silver Spun. Several
members helped out In the lock
dedication at the south end of
Lake Tohopekaliga, the fint
flood control work done 1 locally
oa a program, which was supported
by the cattle Industry Is
general! and by the Osreola association
) WE ARE PROUD TO ,. In particular when It was
getting started 15 years ago
; Work with the state llaot l-
"REPRESENT THIS PHASE :'. ties being a major part of the
effort, the Osceola association assigns
OF AGRIBUSINESSIN a State Director each year
to serve on the state board. nil
., year it Is M. M. "Mack" Ov or-
} OSCEOLA COUNTYMALE'S street while Irlo "Bud" Bronwa,.
; Jr.. is the alternate director.
4. :' ,, direct
i ;? '' f, Serving on the board
I .,'i- ors of the local association art
the following:
Morris JuaUnsln, Deer Park,
Clifford Fertie; Kirby Hancock;
H. H. -Doe" Partin. St Cloud;
Jennings f Overstreet; Hsis
Brown; Frank Keller; CerUWhaley.
Kissimmee Park; snd
Bill Barber. All are from. Kis.
simmee unless. otherwise desifBated. -

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and favored equal property ssseaamente -

15 Yean of Service to Central Florida tat for county.Tatereat base. for ad valorrsi

LOCATED TWO MILES NORTH OF KISSIMMEE la the organization reflected hM W
greatly increased aa
the annual banquet which was st-
tended by 450 persons this T-\\
compared te MO persons. st tMi
event la I960.r .


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The Gazette, KUilmmee, Fla, November, is., 1964
Six-Agriculture Section.

I Agribusiness Provides Hundreds of Jobs Here 1

Farm and Ranch

Products AreProcessed

Oiceola County farmers aold
e their trope and livestock for approximately 4,1
$15 million last tea- nr
put this If only a small part of
thV value of then product to
the economy of the county, lUte
and nation.
Economist Ned Cake of the
Florida Agricultural Extension
Service estimate the 1963 "Agri
business" (or retail) value of
Oiceola farm product at $43.9
million. A good share of this Is
involved In manufacturing processes
within Osceola County.
For example, Osceola Umber ii
worth only $400,000 to the landowner
-but Florida Distributor,
M. P. Mlckler Co.. and several!
sawmills produce manufactured
article from this timber which
increase the value of our timber r s -tee
products to $7.2 milion.
In addition, the cutting of
ESPER PRODUCTS li an example of Agribusiness in Klulmmee, pulpwood and the pulling of M. P: MICKLER COMPANY located In Kisslmmee because >f the
line it utilizes citrus product and other fruits In making line stumps provides substantial em large supplies of timber located nearby and the existence j> i
ol KM Jellies. (Photo by Eby) ployment. mill. They manufacture crates. (Photo by Eby
Cody's, local printing and publishing -
business, li essentially an
"Agribusiness" with some 60% of
IU volume coming directly from
agricultural publications, including .
The Florida Cattleman, Florida
Agriculture (the Farm Bureau
magazine), Florida Future
9 s Farmer, International Brahman
Revlew-Revlsta Cebu, and La Hacienda
the latter two being Inter.
national magazines Involving
Spanish-language translations
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Cattle Marketer of St. Cloud
il a hay. producing operation,
selling many thousands of toni of
hay throughout the state each
-tab. & ,'! and W. B. Makinson -
Co. have for many year pro-
,r ww vided services and equipment to
the cattle industry from through.
r out the state. Both are known for
the quality of their work In repair
of saddles and other leather
n equipment.
Hale'a Feed Mill produce feed
for use by the livestock Industryof
Central Florida.
Osceola Fruit Distributors is
one of the most complete citrus
processing operations In Florida.
HALE'S FEED MILL was established her 16 ,.are. ago, ai The owners the Ivey family, own FLORIDA DISTRIBUTING and Manufacturing Company Is another -
development of dairy, beef and poultry warranted a teed mixing of several Industries which utilize Osceola forest products
plant. This It another type of agriculturally-related Industry (Continued on page 11) This means payrolls for local worker


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THOUSANDS OF TONS et hay are grown and dried every year at the Modern HUNDREDS HAVE JOBI at Okeola
facilities of Cattle Marketers Ine. located at the old Triple E Ranch between St. ceasing plant for citrus fruits Fruit Distributors, Kialmmee's only pro-
Cloud and Holopaw. Overhead. sprinklers help grow grass during dry season, so have built what Ie probably tile, principally meet eraages. The Ivey family, Its owner,
complete put et Its sine Ia the state. with
that Cattle Marketers produce hay year-round. facilities for packing freak Trait
seating. eoMentra'ting, selling malaPage Juk -*"


The Gatette, Kltiimmee' Fla. November' 19, 196 Agriculture( Sectlon. -Faf* seven

Our 7 I1"kJ. I

To All the Hundreds of People Who Join With

Us in Producing the Silver Spurs Rodeos






Osceola's Farm-City Club Takes PrideIn

Listing Its Active MembersTHOSE


Elvln and Minnie Lee Alderman Clifford and Valerie Fertlc Kd Partln, Jr Pat Simpson
Ferman and Verna Baa Tom Gannartlll II. II. "[lot'" and P.-tie Partln Dick and Linda Splei
Bill and Mary Ida Barber Robert and Honyi Godwin Hank and Beverly Partln Truille Steven
Jim and Ellae Bin Kirby and Rlva Hancock Dour Partln Rufus and France Buhl
Ray and Sandy Home Billy and Clara Johnson Mike and Janet Partln Leslie Tyson
Amos and Mildred Bronson Tat Johnston, Jr O. I,. "Slim" and Sybil Partln Mr. and Mr*. P. M. Well, Sr
Irlo Jr., and Brand Bronson Frank Kelley Bill and Ruth Perry Alex Well
Ernest Brown Mra. Carolyn Kftnpfer II. C. and Joan Platt Preston Jr.. and Hemet Well
Tommy and Kathryn, Bronaon Gent and Dora Kathryn Kwirer Johnny and Bennle lee platt Warren and Elisabeth Watkins
Ham and Betty Brown Sieve and Peggy Lee, Newton and Kitty Poole Cecil and Carrie Whaley
Lewis and Tllllt Bullli Billy and Charlotte Lewis Alfred and Marlhel Raulrraon Hay and Mildred Whaley
Ed Campbell Kenyon and Thetma Mitchell ". Cecil Jr., and Mary .:. Whaley
J. C. and Alleen (Bill) Chapman Fondren and Beth Mitchell Herman and Urn Kedrriv Mr and Mra. Clay Whaley, Jr.
Andy and Pauline ChUholmAl Jennings OventreetCharlet Herschel "Sonn," and Carolyn Whaley
and Cluty Collins and Zone partln Patty Redrrav Oscar lt and Jean Whit.
Marcia Baas Dooley Earl and Dorothy PartlnE. Edwin and Floramay Rohde Joe and Sarah Yates
Bobby DeOca L. "Ceerh"! and Connie Partln Leroy and Marl Hlmpton U ;


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Dan and Boot AuUey Bob Cody Mr. Evelyn Lawson Dr. Larry and Blllle Jean ......
Catherine Autrey Herb and Doris Colmer Beany and Ask UdlietUr France Roger
Loulae Barton Kent and Janice IteMond Dan and Barbara UrVvre Malvln and Delia Samuel
George and Margaret Bait Mac and Kathryn KldrMrele Art and Dale l. radon Anna !Sessions.
Davis" and Jane Baleman and Perry Kl'lrlre. Bill and U* Lucas Ann Seaelona
Raymond and Sarah Bowen Hint and Judy Eldrldr Earl and Jean Lu",., Dr. Ray and Fay Boaalon.
Murray and Linda Bronaon Ruth Griffin Mr. and Mra. Bill Maklnaon Dr Bill and Kali Blppel
Dr. Don and Diane Brown Ed and LuU Grlaaom Buster and Patty Maklnaon Jim. and Pat Smith
Sherwood Leonore Brown June and Lucy Guns Dirk and Maiyna MaklnaoM Mr*. Polly Watkins
Kenneth and Roile Caldwell Mn. Doris Ilimm Jo Maklneon Gary and Sandra Straub.
Allen and Jean Carroll Graham and Peggy llarlwellMra. Perry Mathli Hubert and Los Tarsal
Jack and Pauline Carroll Gary Horning Earl and Franee Murphy Louis and Melds Tarsal ...
John and Peg Carron Al and Rita Hunt Bark and Jean Murphy Mr*. Melba Trejre
Ralph and Ann Oilaholm Pete, and Beulak Hunt Murray and! R.a OveritreeiWm.
Her and Claire Chltwood Phil and Jane Kelley and Mary Fr.,.,.. Prather
Mra. Thereto Clemena Edward and! Alit Knecbel Billy and Salty Prather

The Silver Spurs Rodeo brought 40,000 people info Oiceola County this year. No

? member !is paid. All profits used to improve facilities and to help In local projects.




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Eight Agriculture Section The Gazette, Kisslmmee, Fla., November I IS 9. 1954

Cow Palace Livestock Show

Arena forBasketball

:' ff, Major AttractionAdded

OMtoU'i lack of school gymnasiums
it partially solved by Features Include
use of the State Livestock and Beauty

Crops Pavilion, which has been !.i- Contest Ceramics Art Flowers
unofficially dubbed the "Osceola ... ,
Cow Palace.* and Carnival for KidsThe
In original. erection of the pavilion
some 15,000 worth of
money was railed locally to finance Kiislmmee Valley Livestock 160 head of registered livestock
a part of the construction.The Show and Osceola County from Florida's best herdi The
county hat invested In office Fair will be bigger and better Kisslmmee show Is one of the
pace for the Extension Agents, than ever this year, report Its oldest livestock shows In Florida,
and Quarter Horse Interests have tK directors. and Is one of the five largest In
built a stable for registered A "Miss Silver Spurs" will be the state, ranking close to the
Quarter Horses adjacent selected to reign this year at the Florida State Fair in Tamps in
The entire structure Is available 21st annual Klsslmmee Valley quantity and quality of entries
for any worthwhile purpose. Livestock Show and Silver Spurs In livestock competition thtCharolais
However, permission for use of Rodeo. It Is hoped that approximately breed will be In compe.
It must be given through the 30 entries will compete tition for the first time this year
County Agent It Is located next In the competition. Each candidate This will brng to six the breedsof
to the Rodeo
arena. will be sponsored by a business cattle In the division
The Cow Palace will
scat upwards Industrial or civic organisa Santa Gertrudis division will
of 1000 people In IU concrete t be to world-wide
open competition
stands around the central
tion.Complete Information on the this yesr. Each year a different .
arena. In addition there Is
some contest being conducted for the division is open for out-
100,000 feet of exhibit
square first time this year will be released of-sUte entries. Other divisions
space which Is occupied by cattle shortly. Bob Berlinsky and include Hereford, Angus, Shorthorn
Lnd exhibits during the February THIS IS THE; "COW PAUCE"-offlclally the State Livestock Bill Palmer are working with the and Brahman.
fair.A. and Crops Pavilion, one of a half-down built strategically around associations on the competition. The livestock show will open
future job of Insulation the state following World War II to provide a place to exhibit Another new feature this year on Wednesday, Feb. 17 and run
might make the structure moreusable registered cattle. The"Cow Palace houses the annual Klsslmmee will be a flower show to be held for five days. Exhibits will remain
throughout the year. The Valley Livestock Show and Osceola County Fair, one of the oldestof In conjunction with the arts and on display until Sunday at
basketball teams complain of the Florida's cattle exhibitions. The building doubles as a gymnasium ceramics phase of the exposition.As 8 p.m.
cold, and in summertime heat Is for both Osceola and St Cloud High Schools County Agricultural usual, there will be the Silver Spurs Rodeo will be
often excessive. Extension Agents headquarter here, too. Livestock Show, featuring some Friday, Saturday and Sunday of
the same week.
Kirby Hancock Is president of
the livestock show and Frank
Poffenbaugh Is general manager
of the show Dr. Don Bro... Is big
USED boss of the rodeo.

Jim Smith, county agricultural
agent and Marilyn Deitnch,
home demonstration agent are
working In cooperation with both

TONS organisations.Board of directors of the Show
i ... 16,500 and Fair are the representatives
of the county's farm groups and
the city's civic clubs, each of
whom name a director.Farmers .

: OF MIXED .li Need

FERTILIZER ,- ; City InterestThere

was a time, IK s many
years ago, when farme., ran the
But that was before the industrial
LAST YEAR and agricultural revolutions:
> '\t', 'r,, ; ,h.' the former developing greatly Increased
industrialization, and the
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< ', latter making It possible to produce
,,' Urge quantities of food with
a relatively small number of peo
Thus today the farmer and cattleman -
comprises only a small
part of the total population of
the country. This Is true In Os
tools, County as it la elsewhere,

Our business in centered in Kissimmee. We are proud that we though percent It of la our likely people that a are higher employed

sold and spread a sizeable part of this astounding volume of Obviously la agriculture.we in the towns and

cities need agriculture, because
mixed fertilizer. iU raw materials oftentimes art
the basis for our Industries. But
even more) so, today the farmer
needs US. He needs our interest
and our support and our under
Let's make the effort. Uts
I find out about our farmers and





Is one of the

roughest of the sports 1st which
Florida Department of Agriculture figures for year ending June 30, 1964. cowboys from throughout the
U. 8. compete sack FebruaryPar.
and 181"

Section. -Pact Mint. The C.......XltilromM. FU,November l>,1M4

This warehouse holds up to 1,000 tons of .a
High Calcium Lime used as a soil sweetenerby 9
farmers and ranchers of Osceola County.

Kissimmee's central location resulted in es-
tablishing this business in your county.



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Ten-Agriculture Section

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1 Cowbelles Are Cattlemen's Auxiliary '" ,. ,.

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An active croup li the OaceolaCowbellei ;', :
t auxiliary to the cat-
tlemen'l association, who help
r promote the sale of beef. .e
The picture a,V left shows this
year's officers surrounding Mrs.
Dan LeFevre of St Cloud, prey
ident. Seated next to her li Secretary
r ,yh Mrt. Floramajri Rhode.
Standing, from left, are Mn.
4 + Sybil Partin, first vice president;
Mri. Ruth Griffin, treasurer; and
Mn. Inell. Kelley, second vice

We Make Hay!

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LOW.LYING AREAS around Osceola's lakes make excellent pa.
Lures, but are subject 1.0 rllHHllnlf. This has led 1.0 considerable
diklnr such as this one which was built on Lake Tohopekallra by
Henry O. p.rtin and Non. This dike makes possible Intensive
pasture improvement, year around tcruin

Hay it cut and loaded loose for transportation to the driersIn Flood Control Program Can

Cattle Marketers' operation near St. Cloud. Wagons are Be Big Aid to AgricultureFlood

our own design.

w control can make many have been used more effectively
thousands of Oiceula acres presently The Central and South Florida
undeveloped useful. In agriculture Flood Control District, of which
and residentially by keepIng Riley Miles of Klasimmee la
lake levels from fluctuatingtoo chairman, hopes to be able to
greatly control the lakes to a maximum
At Kisslmmee, the level of fluctuation of four feet except
Lake Tohopvkaliga has varied In case of extra-bad rainfall or
within the post four yean from drouth.
69 feet above sea level to 48 feeta Irlo Bronson of Klasimmee was
-. depth of II feet. TM hat chairman of the original Flood
made both flood and drouth more Control Committee of Florida
M serious and has made It completely whose efforts led U the present
Impractical to dike In Flood Control program, Inaugurated
w. many _cases___ n where land could In 1D48.




This !is a gas-operated hay drier and baler using natural gas

since the pipe-line goes right through our property. REPRESENT HARTFORD



Henry E. Thompson James L. Hutchinson
Cattle Marketers, Inc. : General Agents


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Gazette, KliitmmM, ...., November" 19, 1964 Agriculture. Section. -Page Eleven,

tnver Spurs Attract 40,000 Annually to Rodeos j

All Work


At Event

This January, Osceola Count)'*
ilver Spur Riding Club will
cpresent our county In the In-
ugural parade for Gov. Haydon
!turns..and in so doing they wille
repeating what they were orlmally .
formed for.
It wa In the Fall of 1940 when
group of young Oaceola horse-
lIen and women got together to
with matched horses and
) costume at Tallahassee

fide the Inauguration of Gov THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE come to Osceola County each year to see the Silver Spun rodeo, which Incidentally are one of Florida'
Holland, now Florida' best example of farm and city folks working together for the benefit of all. Almost all work at the rodeo Is donated by Spur member,
U. S. Senator.The '

purpose wa to promote In all 700 .
approximately persons
Jssimmee and Osceola
County, .
Agribusiness are employed In manufacturing
und aeveral time in the next few
In Osceola County. At least
\esrs the gaily dressed riders on
1)0' of in
these are employed
[ he beautiful horses paraded at (Continued from page 6)) Agribusiness, estimate County
special' event a* far away asMoultrle many acres of groves In the county Agricultural Agent Jim Smith. PAINT ROOFINGFEED -
| Georgia. and In addition fresh
: Klsslmmee' location I I.
Then the group decided to put fruit a GARDEN & PET SUPPLIESMALLIT'S
can juice, concentrate juice, factor In tome allied businesses
m a rodeo. That wa in 1944 andwartime
juice fresh for sale In
which are here because of the
restriction had closedup GARDEN
milk cartons, and produce feed central location. CENTER
the big rodeo ground which as a by.product. 116 N. Y. Avenue St. Cloud, Florida
had been built In 1938 near the Farm productivity has beton'rapldl
Livestock Market. Esper Products DeLuxe, makers rising In Osceola, and Industrial (HIVING THI COMMUNITY OVER 20 YIARSJLET'S ]
of jellies, U an Agribusiness,
Henry Partln, whose son were activity, too. Farming
leader in the group lent a piece using Florida fruits as its basic produced |5 million In Income to
,>f pasture on the old St. Cloud materials. Esper Is one of the farmers here In 1954, an estimated .
road, and it was here that the major Florida producer of fine f 15 million during 1963I .

first Silver Spur rodeo was held. jellies.
Just a* today, all labor was Ranch and Grove Spreader
donated and local business and Company, owned by Earl Murphy
professional people were invitedto handles a large share of the
join and contribute their special fertilizer and lime which Is sold
[ talents to publicize the rodeo, In Osceola County Murphy I II
also the local of the ALLCOOPERATE
sell the tickets, man the concession manager
booths, etc., while the cow- 1000-ton agrcultural lime warehouse
folk were handling the stock and erected by Cummer Lime
the performance.For and Mfg. Company of Ocala several .
years ago on the Coast Line
over 10 the July 4
just south of the LivestockMarket
rodeo ,
wa never rained out
(though on several occasion the
patron were soaked after the There are many other agriculturally .
rodeo started and tractor had related businesses her InKII.lmmeel OSCEOLA! !

to be brought up to pull bogged-
down car out of the mud. Schmidt Brothers garage has a
Early the Spur decided that reputation for making some of
all profit would be reinvested In the best branding Irons In Florida "iI $ swowfh. "SmalLb
making better facilities and putting and iron are ordered from
on a better ahow. them frequently by cattle people Aiffo hwwL
Thanking Mr. Partin for the throughout the itate. They also
use of his land, the club purchased handle much of the maintenancework IpJLI" IuuJJ1J yowl"
10 acres from Mrs. Pat on farm equipment
Johnston and Son on Highway. Veterinary supplies, such as
441, where the rodeo grounds are phenuthlalxlne used to kill worm Phone 892-2321
still located. in the digestive system of cattle,
All the installation at the are handled by several Kissimmee
drug and feed stores. AGENCY
temporary grounds were movedto
Tarcal Feed and Farm
the new ground, and the first Supply,
Tuxedo Feed Store and Klsslm 1011 NEW YORK AVENUE
permanent grandstand erected
was *
mee Feed Store all cater to the
(now the north stands) with
feed and Insecticide
need of cattle
the proceeds of a bond sale.Since .
people, a* well to
then a* selling
profit the general public.
have been Invested and more I
money borrowed so that today
there 1* a total investment of

some $180,000, and 7500 grandstand .
seats, most of them roofed.
Many non-Spurs help the club T'H E .
put on its rodeo by I.ndln' nUUTOIUI<<
effort free a* well. The result I I.a I.
financially Round venture which
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annually bring 40,000 people to CITIZENS J. Jr.

Osceola County 0? ALWAYS Alexander D. halt, J"

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the president of the OaceoU OSCEOLA
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representing most of the I
cattlemen tf the county.



Twelv*-Agricultural Section Tb Caaetta, Kiasimm, Fla, November. 1<\ WMI

Diagnostic Laboratory Is One of Finest in Country I II

I Combination Ph. D., Vets

c Provide Fast Diagnostic I

Service for State's LivestockOne

of Klsslmmee'a bigger Animal Industry Advisory Com
payroll*-and a source of !highly mittee (then the Florida Livestock -
educated community leadership Board), strongly backed
la the Large Animal Diagnostic putting the laboratory in Kissim-
Laboratory of the Florida De- mee, and with Chamber of Com.
partment of Agriculture locatedat mere backing and aa offer of
the north end of Bermuda land from Irlo Bronson the decision -
Avenue. was mad to build the $300.
Each year, worker at the Diagnostic 000 building her.*.
N ,
t p Lab earn some $138,000 Today a team of eight veterinarian .
In wace They serve moat of the *, many of them also Ph.
ftI state in checking on causes of D'* in one of the special field
death or Hints of Florida beef needed operate the lab, assistedby
and dairy cattle, twin and hors- its technician, four maintenance -
I 'h er"t personnel and an office
t ILThe Diagnostic Laboratory wa staff of two.
approved by the 1957 legislature The laboratory b open for Inspection -
and Dr. Wm. L. Sippel, the present at any time although
director and at that time children must be accompanied by
/t, 4y head of the USDA laboratory ..tTltton. adult The max of test-tube,
Georgia, wa named to burner, centrifuge, and other
plan the facilities. specialised equipment I I. of Inter.
eat to most laymen. The laboratory
Strong support wa given to I* considered the beat equipped ,
the project by the Florida Veterinary
and staffed state diagnostic
I Medical Association then
OCALA RANCHER Roy Yates, manager of TOXICOLOGIST Dr. L. J. Kuhns and his assistant laboratory In the United State
headed by Dr. A. E. Whaley 01Klaalmmle.
Shady Lane Farm which raises thoroughbred Donald F. Tallman left show part of the and by the FloridaC.ttlemen' The purpose of the laboratoryand
horses* get report of finding explored in work elaborate equipment used to discover poison at ( five ub-laboratoriet, also
with unborn thoroughbred foal from Dr. W. L Klsslmmee's Diagnostic Laboratory. Association. Henry under the direction of Dr. Slppel
Sippel. 0. Partln, a* a member (f the and located in Dade City Miami,
1 Callahan and Cottond.le) i I.
stated In official literature a*
,; follow:
"It I I. the purpose of these
I laboratories to perform autopsiesof

ONE OF OSCEOLA'S sick animal and to conduct
laboratory test In order that a
prompt, accurate diagnosis maybe
1"1 i mad. A* a result, specific
treatment can be started in or.
RANCH RELATED INDUSTRIESHERZBERG'S der that animal and money can
: be saved that night be lost if
such treatment were delayed"
While diagnosis la the main Job
i SADDLE SHOP of the lab some research la also
conducted by the staff a notable
recent work being an investigation *
of Infectious anemia In horses.

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A specially constructed Inclner-
ator reduce the possibility that
diseases may actually be spread
from the lab.
Staff members, in addition to
} Dr. Slppel are
( J; iI Dr. D. E. Cooperrlder parisl-'
tologist and assistant director;
Dr. J, H. Gainer virologist; Dr.
R. 1.. Amster assistant virologist
; Dr. 8. U Nelaon, pathologist -
ji ; Dr. U J. Kuhna, toxlcolo
4 oglst; Donald F. Tallwan, assist
gist; Dr. C. S. McCain, bacteriol-
ant toxicologlst
Technician Include W. B.
4 NBobb," Maklnaon III. Edward
\ L. Partln Jr., C. W. Stroup Mr*.
Doris P. Bateman, Wm. E. Anders *
fI i iI' t, J ti and Joseph M. Baucom.
Er Office staff la Mr*. Marion H.
Draggoo and Mr*. Doris B. Tyner.
I' Maintenance staff includes W.

) T. Goldino Edwin M. Dudley,
, Mr*. Dorothy West and Eddie
Wilkenon.DB. .
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and Ruth Herxberg Ruth Llttlcfleld 1I

Cicero Knechel. Earl and Sherry Evans"Bubby"
WM. L, SIPPEL direct an
Richard Lawrence Story Paul Ball Florida aUagattiU. laboratorUa

from the Oak laboratory lien.Pate .



.. ........ """'"tnrnes. Fla. November 11, tOO' Agriculture! btlta-Tu, 1'WNM


Livestock Auction FCA Headquarters One of BestWhen .. I

the new $50.000 headquarters I
Market Was FirstIn building of the Florid
Cattlemen' Allocation on North I
was dedicated just ever
I year ago, It wu all paid for
South Florida And Oareola County businesspeople I
and cattlemen contributed
17500 of the coitgestur* of i
their appreciation for having the
Each year the KlHlmme Lire- Mr*. Newton (Dorothy) Norris UU headquarter her where
stock\ Market becomes a bigger I I. the office manager. Th yard the cattlemen's aaaorlation was I
segment of the area economy superintendent I I. John Branson originally founded back In 1934
I tough to many residents It I la her In Kliilmme
the old Orlando highway and the yard foreman Carl
a plate on Art Hlicbl It Executive Vic
where rancher ro to buy .Schmidt. President of the organisation. I
r and tell their cattle each Wednesday -
It too hal become a big
attraction to winter visitors.
Few people, however, feel the
full economic significant of the
state market. Ken Caldwell, geniral .
I manager, says "W will ell A COMPLETE CITRUSOPERATION
1I I somewhere around 80,000 head I
year on an average of (50 to 850\
for 61 sale 1 week One-third to
one-half are usually from local
cattlemen, the rest are from cattlemen
within the 60 to 100 mile
radius, who bring their cattle
here to Mil." ALL IN KISSIMMEE
According to Caldwell, the
largest sale held In recent year
wu a special calf sale last year
At that time 1407 head were
old, 1134 of which were calvei.
Moat of the calve are sold to
out-of-iUt :""u.ra. They are -
bought for several different pur. f aA
I poses; small calve are slaughtered a
for veal, larger one are
slaughtered for tender "baby
beef,"locker Ire put to pasture
to grow to feeder which Ire
fed grain to fatten up for daugh
A Urge portion of the cattle
are crossbred Brahman'with
Hereford, Angus and Shorthorn.
These stackers to
are shipped I Ie
Texas, Arizona, Colorado, California .
Iowa Indiana, Ohio, New 1
York, New Jersey and Michigan. _
"The buyers ship the cattle
themselves and 80 to 95 percent
are shipped by truck. Several
year ago about 60 percent traveled
by rail, but as truck have
become faster and more dependable .
and with Improvement of
roads trucks have become most
popular," Caldwell said.
There are many ''straight
Brahmans sold to go to Centraland
South America and a good
portion Ire shipped to northernand
western states.
The director of the 25 year :
old organization Ire Henry 0. I
Partin, president; Kate Caldwell,
vice president; Irlo Branson, **crHary .
; Murray W. Overitreet, WE ARE-
Sr, treasurer. ; and Caldwell, general




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Osceola Fruit Distributors, Inc.

OVER 16,6$
the weekly auction persons at Klsaisv LESTER ,AND HILDA IVEY '>>
to Livestock ".
Market. Sal '
day It Wednesday ad popv- JERRY AND CISSY IVEY .'., :.
parity of the sale with tourists ., '" ,
II cell a* rattle people I* ert- "
***** by the attendance

(Florida CatUeavui photo) ",

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Pact Fourteen-Agriculture. Section The Gazette. Klssimmee. Fia, November" 19, 1964


: Citrus Growing Source of Osceola County Wealth I


Rapid IncreaseIn Osceola FruitIn


Acreage Told OperationFire

Osceola farmer earned $91
million from sale of citrus fruit completely destroyed the

during the last crop year, reports offices and fresh fruit packinghouse
the Florida Extension Service of Osceola Fruit Distributors

and this highlight one of last summer,
Otceola's fastest growing Indus Yet six week later a warehouse

trie*. building had been adaptedto
In 1957 there were only 883,000 fresh fruit packing, and the

citrus trees In the county-but by most complete citrus processing
the time of the 1962 freeze this plant of its sis in Florida was

number had increased to 1,360 once again In business
000-an Increase of over 60 per This is the history of the little
cent In just five ,ean. business which has now become
The number of tree was reduced Klsslmmee' biggest single Industrial

about 20V by the freeze, payroll, due to the hard
however, and the 1963 "census" work and drive of Letter and

shows 1,095,000 citrus trees bear. Hilda Ivey, and more recently of

Ing In the county.Although their son, Jerry.
new groves are now Today Osceola Fruit employsat
being planted further south, due Its peak period some 300 persons .
I to the freeze damage, County II and sells a variety of citrus
I Agent Jim Smith says he expects products throughout the eastern
most destroyed trees to be replaced ... U. 8. and in Canada.
by this winter. Latest development was the inauguration
DESPITE THE BIG FREEZE Osceola remains a substantial citrus producer. Largest producing area
of "King Sun" orange
"Cltrji has contributed the Is the "sandhills" in the western of the
on part county near Lake Wilson where this photo was taken.
which Is being
In milk cartons
most to the three-fold Increase In Note the new plantings at lower right, probably because the freeze killed the original grove juice
Osceola farm Income since 1964," produced here and In another

says Smith, "though beef and plant In Waycross, Georgia
dairy Income also has grown The Iveys are also substantialgrove
sixthly In the decade." Dairy Industry Big AdditionThe owners, supplying a good
the consumedin
of fruit
Osceola's citrus area Is largely percentage
along the northern border of the Osceola Dairy Industry Is their plant.
county, with particularly large growing rapidly along with the Iveys was originally a fresh-
concentration near Lake Wilson, rest of agriculture, particularlyas .., 'f"' fj fruit packing plant, like so many
In the Shingle and Boggy Creek Orange County dairies are djf>t'11 others In Florida. Then to protect
I areas and In the vicinity of Narcoossee crowded out and move down Into ': ; them against the disastrous

and Alligator Lake. Osceola. )' ',I .',.if,i tips and downs of the fresh fruit
I Despite the relatively small Today there are seven producing "wA\j!>A' business, the Ivey built a canning .

portion of the county where citrus dairymen In the county, and plant *o that they could can
an eighth will be In business next their product when the fresh
Is grown, Osceola rates 12th
year or the year after, and Is already market was poor.
counties In citrus
among building a milking barn Shortly afterward, citrus concentrate
production, one rank higher thanIn
t and improving pasture near Narcoossee. began revolutionizing
I 1962 when It was 13th. The
adjoining counties of Polk, Lake the Industry throughout Florida,
10 years ago there were some and the Iveys decided to install
and Orange are the big three of
800 milking cows In the county, concentrating equipment, too.
the Industry, of course, with Polk
j today the approaches Processing Involves disposal of
producing some nine times as 1300, estimates County Agent Jim waste, too, and for this reason a
much citrus as Osceola.
Smith. Production during the
make citrus
feed plant to pulp
New breeds of citrus are being
doubled the
period has almost was added to the operation.
tried out with some success In
difference Incre'ledproduc.lylt
being greatly
Latest of the developments Is a
the county, them the new
cow by selection
Robinson per series of drinks which are being
tangerine which matures artificial breeding and nu
put up by Osceola Fruit, one of
earlier, and thus has a
trition. The new producer will
she most popular being King SunTroplc.1
longer selling a"lOn-.lnre tangerine
add another 300 cows to the
Fruit Punch which is
I marketing traditionallyends ,
I .
present total.Although the
often furnished free by Ivey
abruptly at Christmastime.
I ( the milk Is blended events here. Several
I I State research, centered at the and you cant be sure you're buyIng T. G. LEE, PERFECTION AND BORDEN all purchase part of orange for special drinks are being produced,

i Citrus Experiment Station nearby Osceola-produced milk, pro their milk supplies from Osceola County milk producers. This as well as a pineapplegrapefruitdrink.
I I In Lake Alfred, Is constantly ducers from within the county photo was taken at the modern dairy of Clint Baa and Sons located .

developing new varieties designedto sell milk throug hthe Perfection near Boggy Creek. (Florida Cattleman photo) he,'* are operating out of
be better disease Co-op. T. G. Lee Dairy and Bord-
producing temporary oft!..... at the cornerof
resistant, less susceptible to en's, through plants which are Bass and Son, Tommy Edge, new turnpike, now would make It Central and Vine now, but expect
bruising, etc. Most recent announcement all located In Orlando. (Dewdrop Dairy) and Fred and possible for Osceolaproduced to begin construction sometime
Is of a new varietyof Dairy owners In Osceola County Nell Austin
milk to be sold In the large Miami this season in a new office
tangelo, the tangerine-like orange are ty are as follows: St. Cloud-Carl Lekander, Land mllkshed area, though none is building which will be located to .
I which I I. considered such a Klsslmmee-John Johnston, A. M Dairy.Modern yet being produced for the lower the East of the Central and Vine
delicacy. U Hammond, Rufus Suhl, ClintIn highways such as the East Coast intersection. I

I': i Forest Products Employ Hundreds in Osceola County I

) 461,700 of Osceola's 850.000 addition to Bell, Tom Albright .
acre are growing tree or capable headquarters here to buy
of growing tree, report pulpwood for one of the state's Gazette Staff Work

Craig Bell, local graduate forest- largest brokers, Ed Peck of
or who headquarter her .* field Gainesville.M. To Put Out Sections

j representative for all South P. Mickler Company (Is one

Florida for Container Corporationof of the larger producer of crate Putting out a special section,
Fernandina Beach Kraft paper for use In .1fI'1.ultu..nel Incidentally \- such as the Rodeo and Back to

producers. one of the city's bigger School tabloid sections, the Post
3 This amount to 55.4% of the payrolls. Office opening tabloid, last week'
land of the Rice Lumber Is the
area county Company Welcome Winter Visitors section,
} From this land, a million county's only active sawmill now, and this Agriculture Section
\ board feet of pine and cypress located at Campbell Station and taxes the Editorial staff of The
lumber Is cut each year and an providing a steady payroll there Gazette but enriches the contentof
equal amount of hard woods are la addition, Hercules Powder the newspaper with greater
cut from our swamp and ba,. Company maintains a stumping than usual variety.In .

heads Bell estimate headquarter at St. Cloud and this section, for example,
Th county average shipping J. C. Fender also buys stumps there are some tt editorial
cord of each which to the Hercules

1T.OOO pulpwood are shipped moat of them taken by
year to the paper mills of north plant at Savannah, Georgia. Charles Eby, local photographer
Florida, mostly Hudson Pulp While Osceola land I Ia not as but ,
some by a staffer who flew
and Paper Company at palatka well adaptedto timber-growing
1 over Oaceola County from Alligator
which" I I. the nearest to us. aa are lands In the northern part -
4 Lake to Lake Wilson
And an the woodlands of Os- of the state, there has been a for
reels County, are a "growing: sizable amount of planting done snore than an hour taking aerial

stock"", of 434: 000 cord of wood by land-owner of this area. from photos.the.Some were alae borrowed
This mir r flaw .''P. to grew to pulping site, but once fun largely dependent *. cattle price Oaceola remains a substantial prepared to touch were.all specially...
mphaslie tilt importance .f for. ready to market It constitute a timber producer, despite decade e-f catting. The city I* of o various
ports Agriculture
eat omy products. to the 0twoU .e"* diversification to the essentially .headquarter for several pulpwood and stamp buyer. its economic Importance, explaining to the

one-crop cattle economy. (Florida Cattlemaa photo) t+uaty.



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When no one else had faith in Florida land-back in depression days-we did.
:, :. We needed it to grow cattle on. _I

,:!: / Today, much of our land is conveniently located for industrial and residential
: development. This land is definitely for sale! Orange Gardens, Hence Terrace

.,.,':" and Aldersgate Manor occupy land purchased from Bronson's. (We have
: given the land occupied by the Diagnostic Laboratory and the Florida Cattle

n men's Association Headquarters, both located on Bermuda Avenue.)

',.f'J". .: Since most of our property will not be in demand for industrial or residential
use for many years, we are not slacking off on pasture improvement, tree plant
ing,and citrus planting on lands suitable for these purposes.
.;\' \,, : Community growth and progress is a benefit to us as it is to Kissimmee and St. <, \

_',j ./ Cloud.That's why we support all worthwhile community activities.
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Oldest County Cattlemen's AssociationOsceola

County ranchers are producing many times the quantity of beef they
produced 30 years ago-the result of advanced breeding and feeding practices.
i Today there are 200,000 acres of improved pasture, and approximately 700,000acres
of woodland pasture, carrying 77,000 head of cattle and producing 20
million pounds of beef annually.The .
cattle industry brings $4 million in income to Osceola County ranchers
each year, most of it spent in Osceola County on needed goods and services.To .
promote the sale of beef, the Osceola Association joins with cattlemen
throughout the state and nation in the Florida Beef Council. Money raised
through a donation on most cattle sold pays for beef promotion efforts in chain
and independent groceries throughout Florida-efforts such as the successful
promotion at Winn-Dixie in September, sponsored by the Osceola Cowbellesour
( women's auxiliary).
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Most of Osceola's 950,000 Acres Can Most\ Profitably
Be Used to Raise Beef and Dairy Cattle


Holulc A. L. Uullis Jim Smith Clifford Chapman
President Vice President Secretary TreasurermIL


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