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Union Thanksgiving Services Planned at St. John's Episcopal Church

All other phaeee of community life come to a Rev. M. Fred Tows, pastor of the First Churchof host church
The family borne and hearth become the Important the Naiarene will preach on the topic "Thanks be The combined children's choirs of the Presbyterian -
businesses municipal county
community ingredients today as Ooceoia Couatians virtual standstill. Most L. Churches will sing under the
closed to God". The invocation will be give by Rev. Dorr and the Episcopal
the schools are today.
join the nation in our annual day of Tbar uoII: 'IInlr. The and federal offices and of the First Presbyterian Church. direction of Lester W. Gelsler of the Presbyterian
businesses remain Too Van Etten, pastor
special day is set aside each year to give thanks with Only a few service type the weekend open. with The responsive reading will be led by Rev. C. II. Eilandof Church with Mrs Evelyn Croxton at the organ.
closed for
prayer and feasting for the blessings received during the schools will remain the First Baptist Church. Rev T. C. Callahan of According toe) records this is the first time

the year. classes resuming on Monday. Church will read the Scripture lea. St John's Church has acted as hoot at a Union Thanksgiving -
service will be conduct St Luke's Baptist
After many changes in the date, Congress In 1941 The Union Thanksgiving of Thanksgiving will be said by Rev.B. Day Service, and a large community-wide congregation -
fourth Thursday of November ed at 8 o'clock this morning at the St. John's Episcopal son The Prayer All people of
officially ruled that the of the First Methodist Church and the is expected to mark the event.
sponsored and participated in B. Williams
The services are
a would legal observed as Thanksgiving Day and wouldbe the Kissimmee Ministerial Association benediction by Rev )I. Wendell Hainlin, rector of ther the community have been invited.

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NOVEMBER 26 1964 Two Sections-Price 10 C.M.

Osceola Officials Await Tax Suit; ..

r ajtr Hire Bass Manor Administrator

Judge May

Deny ChangeIn Set Earlyheating

s Fish Lake
f Date

Water Level w

Circuit Court Judas frank

Furmsn Ban of St. Cloud A, Smith I I. expected to set
Monday was named to succeedJack a the hearing on the Oscola

Baa at administrator at County: U* question sometime
Geriatrics Manor and as asaistent this week
county welfare officer County official 'In an an*.

At the same time Neil She- wer to a writ of mandamustold
horn county welfare officer r the court they ban complied
r was named county veteran with the law regarding
service officer. His alary for tax assessment and equalisation

both positions wa raised from : ::: hearings
FIRST GRADFRS THANKSCIVING-The member of Mrs. Chtinut's Level I clue demon 1350 to 1400 per month. Has ,. :: ;: ; Also the official denied alt

of the Thanksgiving festival with Klttanl Miller and Kenneth Sotneri at the will receive starting salary 42r. allegations contained Inbe
strata the rigln
the Indiana. (Photo by Ebjr) his alternative writ of mandamus
Pilgrim and Donald Cash, Wasley McCook and Richard Hill m of |376 when he begin
new duties en December 1. Issued a few weeks ago by Clr-
Alto salaries of two registered cult ,Judge W. A Pattlshall at
nurse at Geriatrics Manor the request of attorney for
Lakeland Firm Low Bidder were Increased Linda B.Beaver county land owner protestingan

was Increased from |60 average 05 percent IncreaseIn

I to $65 weekly and Mary It. assessment

Gird from 165 to $75 per
530 le DENIES
On Highway ProjectConitruction week
1 Last week Judge Smith denied
CHANGE DENIED the county' move to

two major announced laUr Following the The Judge'i action follow!, In another action the CountyCommissioners quash the mandamus action.
on that
II* ruled the was
In Osceola award, the bidder will haveabout hi* receiving, a report fron voted unanimously week
highway projects technically correct This
which to *t two apprtliet appointed bJ] not to chang the wa.
txpecUd lo get un.dcrway 20 days In to Mar the
County art Action h* 1 la expected
'th court lot level .f Fish Uk
shortly fJrtti a first. the job under way and rule
county1 answer enthe
Bullard of DeLand,, following request ol PtillDtVirgillo /
U Highway Gary
of Ut year The action came' Th second project Came facts. The judge can either
thus weekon more than $2 _441 between Klssimme and Vernon Clyatt, of Lakeland to lower the level throw out the rate or request
work. and St. Cloud. set the total right 01! one foot to alleviate floodingof In their
road Band
000.000 In IIVo."CRlrTIONIN.mb.ra.f the OtcooU Kowboy are now It to some to trial.
Ewell Construction Co., oLakeland Circuit Judge Roger Barker way cost at 1240,298. his land. DRUMMING FOR drive which will boost their band fund. The Qaietto I* The board, the answer aid,
low bidder on has signed an order of taking This Included 160,000 for Bill Dettmer, spokesman for fourth week of The Gasette subscription of
was will personal prlsea and
renewals a* received each every pro.text
S5 for a
of all subscriptions "
ol present band (0' new
rebuild and This mean. that the state now Sherwood Brown, owner other property owner giving the
the contract to relocate (Photo by Eby) tendered to that
portion of SR' '"O. from possesses the \land necessaryfor Brown'* Trailer Court, *n(I ed arguments against loweringof $50, $26, $I6 and $10 for the top four member they listened to all the) tesl-

Thicker avenue In KI..lmmeeto fourlanlng the highway. $25000 for Frank Darden,, the water level and submitted g nk.a4 f .Q 4octeccwcwct46pp4iGaNette offered and presented to
Bid. on the project are owner of Frank'. Comer. a petition to cubstentiateMi mony
approximately on
a point I'ostntastcrUrges them by the reiltori (the properly
mil west of 1-4. scheduled for opening at the The Brown and Darden par. position with signatures of Involved In the
Th. Ewell bid was 1108.;. December letting of the State eels are estimated to be th I a majority of the Fish Lake r BargainsHAPPY suit) and each and every per.
007 Th bide are now being Road department In Tallahaa- most expensive In the taking, property owner on It.. Mail sun appearing before them
award will b 'M. for the highway work.
evaluated and FEW CIIANGES NEEDEDAt while they were silling In
THANKSGIVING,. drinks, groceries, migatln A Dec. 5Chri.lmaa their capacity .* a board of
a special meeting Thurs- to you all We certainly bv. toys In the acme location Ed By equalisation
Elks LeaderIn Christmas Parade Time day Chairman Chester Barber much to give thank for. Phay, at KoIwr....'. Resell I I. The attorney also advised
law regulation real sneaky Item the that the .
aald the plot running a court complainants
Two Hours the county bas been operating Let' see what the local business this week; a golf prsctk set mailing\ services consistently advised. the
Is Moved
Official Up under need only a few, if any people are tempting ui for *7 cent The Idea I. to began this week at the poet board that "all they wanted

c b a n g e *, but specifications with than week take one home, practice In office In Klssimme. Postmaster wa for the board of equalisation
Visit Dec. 1 Tim of Kissimme annual entries be In to the Chambeby .r spelling out In detail some of If you .have a baby, or w. your own yard, get teal good F B. "nl&n," Ledbetter, to return the 1(44 assessment
Christina Parade, sponsoredby December I. the requirement that are expecting one soon It will pa| and then go out on the course it announced the post of flee on their protested pro
the Chamber of Commerce, The parade will form at thi I needed. you to sea Bedrock Fornllen and surprise your friends. will be open Saturday from Arty In IWJ except In certain
District Deputy Paul Smith,, has been moved up Friday, lakefront, proceed from Monument -. Bill Johnston county engl- about a Thayer Baby Crib for Doe the front end of your I n.m. until It noon for regular (nstsnces.Bill.
of Kiaalmme Elk Lodge, will December 4 to 6 pm. Originally to Broadway, dow l I neer, tnggetted that the coun $IUI. AI and fete at IU< car shimmy? Well, take It to mailing service. Th post
bring his round of official vie It was scheduled: for 7 Broadway and back to Menu. ty be aectlonaliaed and different lures, are not having on* special R 0 .. .'.1..1.. ll.kk and offlc department will return .8 DELAYED
itatlon to the ten Central p.m. All businesses and civic mesh At the end of the parade ,. requirement apply In each this week they're having i t have It corrected before you all services, Including the sale Due to the litigation suit the
Florida Elk Lodge to a fitting and church organizations are route, marching am I of the tones or areas. hundred hundred lined .I| lose control completely. They of money order from now until has bill have been delayel, ,
culmination on Tuesday,, Invited to participate. walking unite will return t I Jack Mangum county road along the isle priced from l. have a Front End Special fur Christmas on Saturday* a* according I* Ed Pound tel
Dec. 1, when he will be the. Prizes will be awarded to the lakefront while all float t l i superintendent, said the num. to $3 It, everyone guaranteed 1112ft pies part Nothing can well a* regular week day*. collector
guest ofJionor and the principal the best entries In the two and entries participating fo r her one preplem I I. dralnag to be a genuine bargain. Beth. burn you up quit a* fast on a ..1'1.... pock parrels solidly .
speaker at Klasimme categories: business and commercial prizes go to the Sunrise Shopping lie said good road depend on and El Sprinkle at KIwlmaiHFunller cold morning a* having your I ," Ledbetter urged II. also
Elk lodge" for his 'home and civic and church Center for judging good drainage and It I I. my have a Bealy 1 Mat car fall to atari Avoid thuhappening reminded patron that the use Patrolman Hurt

coming organisation First, second The special feature of Ux t i opinion that the present regulations trei and Box Spring set for to you friend. Drive of free -local" and "out of
Many dignitaries of the and third place trophies will parade this year, a* ever], are aatll .rwl')'. Both swiss) and a free turkey M Into Hurling Chevrolet. and town" separation band will In Hoad FracasA
Elk State Association will be be given! the winner In the year, will be Santa hlmsell'. he and Johnston agreed thati ham thrown In with each pur hav them winterise your en- help move the mall facer
present for this event, including business and commercial category The Santa Claus float will b specification for such things rhase. Can you Imagine anything gin* and safety check your car The band are available at the Florida Highway Patrol
Past State President Chanlie Winner in the civic and seen around Kissimmee a weal&i as road would have to be better than eating i i for only 12 poet office or from most letter trooper was Injured and an
Peckelis, of Fort Plert'l.Pa.t church division or so before It appear In th I i drawn up.Further. and .
organization good turkey or ham dinner carrier. Orlando\ man ...pltaU... la a
State President Willis V. will receive cash prizes of $29 parade. Santa will be aboan I I study of the county then taking a loaf nap' Mr. December 11 I. the suggesteddeadline fight Saturday night Trooper
McCall,. of Eustis, Grand Bert for first place, f 15 second, and along with a huge mailbox a.. plat law will be conducted by M*,'. Re.ta,est U putting Tax DifM'ounlDeadline fur mailing out-of- I. ,i. Maxwell of St. Cloud
Lodg Coordinator 110 third. the local youngster may mal I I the county commissioner and out full course nanhrl.lnedlllMr and of Kissimmee
"Uont formerly
Thompson of ML Dora, Grand of Parade Chairman George their letter In plenty of tim.i Interested parch at a special with all tie. trimming Near town about package the parcel* being worry delivered was given II ctltche on :his
Auditor Ai Ehrlich
Lodge bas asked that all to get their Christmas wish.i meeting In the near future
Orlando, as well a* many district \ Reynolds at '1.10 for adult or II foi too early;; Just mark face and Tasha Franklin MaElrey
dignitaries from all ever children. Give Mom a break Resident have only four 'Don't Open Until (;hrlstma admitted to a Klielmmeehospital
Central Florida. A Urge and make a her out of yourself more day In which to aa" on the front. Ledbetter said. following the altercation.
all at the same time. five percent en their city tax .
crowd of rlslting Elk from
Charle A tightly duffed package.
bill, City According to the' sheriffs
all ties lodge I* expected to North Bid Riper Servlc* roundInutile
Tyson reminded \< attend.A ha s she Huff sal going on will have \lose chaw of
discount I Ie earned by paying In ditch
a car I
roast beef dinner free of Goodyear Allweather Tire.. city lanes before the end of being damaged In transit, b* on UJ. PI..., of Holopaw.U .
chart t* local member and plus a free lubrication job wltkan November, noted the vehicle. McClreyand
to all visitor will be lined oil chang Remember i Unlike eeonty Uses, a dl- "When peeking a gift, remember hi* le-year-eld sac
by the ladle* of the Auxiliary child eating a drumstick ran only during themonth thai the package
count applies you Msiwell was unable to get
from 'SO .... District Deputy grease your c.r. but It take i
ef November be the
on ally send may shipped on Me tiro* Into the patrol car
Smith will meet with the reel artist to lubricate It right tasty, Tyson said bottom ef mall sack before help arrived.
lodge officer and trustee YM folk most be pointing .i
prior to the meeting to dt> a term around here Peonies'Lomber .<<1\\\ ,'"
CUM with them Ut year** pro. Company I* running "
ot the Grand Exalted .. :.
gar their J0% diecoiint oa palnti
Raler.Th. for the third\ week. Now thi li r
MtUnr will start not ........, tteffj It'* real
promptly\ at ,'clock and win CUddo flm-ejoallty pales Mr.
include th* Initiatory csrsmaoIc Henry SisaaMM at Park FirMor -
for new member, which w Cemy I M festering
wOl be perforated by the lodge ( the whole line of Soitbeemappliance a
officer, under the leadership
*4 ourgetie fee
of Exalted Ruler Farmaa Par Christmas gift. Only thing I*

Use : that ewe yen hey ono of thoee

Kern. yes eV.1 cast to give It
aT I II .. ..,w,. Toe meet to keep
to fee jreoroelfDkk 1
I car. _
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WeatherH : I* featuring s beaoU.fill .

: : pitcher sad ileac set at
t beta the o.a.ee4lolI4I Oree4

Tuo. 11/17 11.1 *t...*... Too deal oven have
W... 11/11 S4 (3Thnr. ..- boy UU deal, they grf* K

11/11 M W sway, ptece by piece. wU
rri.ll/M MSat II of eight
stet flflnip
11/n M U LOOKING IT OrtaU-Oroo orekeo at the law site of ItorUnff Chevrolet. Company oa
HOLD THAT TlCER-Cral Jews. .*. of Mr. ad Mrs Gorge Jaaaeea, gloss a .***.*., gale or man. Beady Mariet I.* wa
tM ...... Mr. StarUag.CorroB
8-. 11m M U Central "..... fcUewUy oftenon. Skews left to right al are .
II... 11/D U N t.iprr keg at W..'. eaw..... Kba wfcfc Craig to Owe* Gedwat," wbo tale week fetrm Sears BevarU see erMatesd aWlteg.. Themes J:. Tlbbo, Cfcovrelet Motor. Drriote of JackeMW| .... .. B, WUlionw,
lebemlea> bee at
.. Thi lit It Bengal tfcer WM am *) by
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completed th* attract** jugt* M* *4 RoaoeH Thicker and Ca..1d.e, contractor.
W Parse anhheetMayer
Owen on his trip to ladle la* yee*. Alee hactoded sass I* a totUo-ororrod lee>*rd. ale ea5 for N cooM, "hs* depooltYe Chock (Photo fcflby)
JAI: I22i if tJ.. bagged Vy Ow.on the e... trip. Ftote, by E y) 1M aU boy milk, oft

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Town' Opens Next Wednesday at Osceola Art and. Culture Center

i work day and those who can

P-TA Action help should contact her before
a II'fr
,J Scheduled to Elementary that date. Cutters and pressers .

are needed as well as seam.
I Run Through Committee Plans FutureThe tresses, she announced.The .

r third group Is called a

Saturday"Our Action Committee a plate other than Feuer- resource committee.

the KlulmmM : '. office, where a sick

Town", which Is to be TA met last week at the can go to be cared for Date ChangedThe
presented by the Footlight of Mrs Jack Rooney to Ms parent" can pick him

Thettre Guild at 8.15: p.m. on the outcome of the Tide service will be provide December card party of

December 2, 8, 4, and 6 in the carnival and make plan. from .:.80 a.m. until about the Klsslmmee Woman's Club
Page Two--The Gstette, Klsslmmee, Florida, Nov. 26, 1M4 main theatre of the Osceola the future. Mrs. Robert p... daily! and one person will be changed to the 10th.

Art and Culture Center, Is the son, chairman of the be seeded each school day due to the holidays.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, U' "play unique". Almost every announced that the affair Uv*.e hours to staff Members are asked to make

phase of traditional stagecraft both successful and room. 'Irs. Jack Rooney, cards. Door and table prizes

THANKSGIVING DAY. is either Ignored or In that the cash profit of the croup, asks or canasta and bring their own
Annual Thanksgiving Community Service. St. John' Episcopal I omitted In Thornton 'Wild larger than last year in volunteers call her if they up their own tables of bridge

Church. er'* Pulitzer Trite winner. of the fact that to h.lp. It was suggested will be awarded.Reservations .
American Legion Post No. 10, 8 p.m. Tills makes "Our Town" totally were not liked for cash when a person assumes may be made

"Where Love Has Gone" and "The Buccaneer" pitying at South different from any other nations( and only city mporsiblllty, he also as with Mrs. A. P. Digges, 8472314. -

Trail Drive-In through.Saturday. American classic / tary schools participated. .. the responsibility for .

FRIDAYS NOVEMBER 27, 164 Such innovations ts the I Appreciation war C a substitute if for
elimination of the aesthetic to the many parents reason he cannot b*

Antique and Classic Car Meet, Ormond Beach through the 29th distance, which usually exists helped by contributions to .
Anthropological Society I Central Florid Museum, 8 p.m. between the audience and the country store and bake prll"w. Lyle Ribley has been South Trail

players, enables the viewers to and others who helprd chairman for the sew-
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 164 be literally taken into the bodyof and decorate booths and committee, whose function

"Spotlight"! 'produced' by Junior Achievement Co. of Central the play Itself This Is further wti manned them.It be to make capes and hats DRIVEINTHEATRE

Florida. WESH TV, Channel 2,1 p.m. enhanced by the use of was decided that a uniforms for the band
the auditorium as a playing effective carnival could Mrs. Donahue has or

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1664 area. Special aound-effecta, it* sponsored nut year If !. Material has been or
taped from the recordings of chairmen for this year for these and a simple
ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE. the original Broadway show, serve next year also and found so that a gnat ORLANDO FLORIDA

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, W4 are used to contrast the lack present agreed to do so. of sewing skill is unnec
of hand props used In formal a The committee Mrs. Ribley announced Thursday through Tuesday

Rotary Club, 12:15: Don Stetson in charge of program. suiting. i r the formation of three Dec. 1 will\ be the first 'Where Love Has Gone'

Past Noble Grande Club meets at home of Mr. Arlo Lawrence. Multiple lighting Is most which will contact Susan Hayward

Important as It sets the time, assist In some way to Betle Drab70011:15Color
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1964 place and mood of the ahow. the school run more SewellThurmondUSED

Woman's Club meeting, 2:30 p.m. Program Bible Study Gifts Perhaps the most unusual Innovation and provide a service | FURNITURE First Outdoor Showing
Is the elimination of needed.
for Chattahoochee. Stoves Refrigerators The Uurcannr'Yal
Paul Smith. Dinner 6.80 the traditional curtain. In fact The first of three
Elks district meeting with Deputy : N. Gertrude St. at RR Brynner
the only I bow to formalized groups is the sick room
Initiation 8
meeting, p.m. Orlando 'llSOlor
Done Prescott will speak at Kiwanis Club, subject, "lIuntlnrDorl" staging Is found In the costuming .m It tee, which will work to
which the
highlights Sunday Schedule
era of the play, circa 1901. 'Where Love Has Gone'

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1(64 1905. A WINNER-fSylvia Hickey, six, show quiet determination ss ': -10:45
The following Osceolan are she alms for the basket at the Highlands P-TA Carnival Saturday PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHS ARE A PRICELESS The Buccaneer
Music at the Blossom Playhouse, 4321
'Sound of
open. prang employed In the cast and crew afternoon. Her determination paid off, Incidentally, for she 8:41
N. Orange Blossom Trail.THURSDAY. of "Our Town", under the won a prize with this throw (Photo by Eby) TREASURE TO YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS

DECEMBER, 8, 164 guidance of Director Barry Monday A: Tuesday Schedule
Mount, Assistant Director I 'Where Love Has Gone'
Mary Woolen and Technical Kissimmee Motor Court News 7:00 only

DECEMBER Supervisor Louis French) Ed and good photographs, that speak a tailing The Buccaneer'

Phsy, Roy Ingersoll Charles Ilkene., tok. Hmo to promts property.. Coma
4 Annual Christmas Parade, 5 p.m. ':15-only
4 Kowboyi vs. Eustls Panthers in Tangelo Bowl game, Eustls. Kimberly, Gary Croft, JerryPhay Winter Residents Have In now, halo,. the holiday rush ....In...

"Spotlight" produced by Junior Achievement Co. of Florida. Betty Kirk Albert Da- WEDNESDAY

WESH TV Channel 2, .:30 p.m. hey, Barbara Reynolds Tommy Schedules 'Rampage'Robert
Methodist Church chancel choir to present Handel's Messiah Messer, Carolyn Phay, Barry Busy VisitingBy Mitchum

7 p.m.7Wesleyan. Mount, Joe Elder, Days Lurie, FREE e i 7:00-10lft-Color

Service Guild annual Christmas party, Mrs. George Linda Lupfer, Robert Smith, Steel 1 Claw'
Allen Wooten, Virginia Graves, Loran B. Glradall Mrs Conrad Seyfrled Sunday Photo Christmas Card Foldort
But, Kings Road, host... 8 p.m. with George Montgomery
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. afternoon. Louis .
of Don Stetson, Mal Croft, Bob Mrs. Hammond
7-Rotary Club, 12:15: Jim Wlnland in charge program. l:0i-Color
K. C. Moore Jr. Young and guest Mrs. Betty is a sister of Mrs. Sey-
House 9:30: Berllnsky, ,
7 Social Security Representative at Community purchase of gift portraits.
to 12.30 Pete Edwards, Roy Boles, Mueller were visiting In Melbourne fried and were on their way EVERY WEDNESDAY IS

8-Klwsnls a.m. Ladies p.m.Night Barbecue at Civic Center, entertain Irene Schroeder, Sharon Hawk Sunday, to Ft. Lauderdale COUPON NIGIIT
Methodist Bell Choir.IGWomu' Garrett Bouvler Jimmie Marvin Mesdames Winifred Bell Mr. and Mrs. Harold II. Admission SOc
ment by per car
Club Card Party. Sandy Adklns, Lynn Randall Toes Stiner and Ann Koch Gleadall were calling on Mr, Plus One Coupon
Frances Schroeder, Pamela visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles and firs Wraymond Smith EBY i
13-Annual Christmas service at Rollin. College Knowle's Memorial STUDIOCharles
A. Stevenson at the Royal
Goodrich, Jean Anderson, Sunday afternoon. The Smith's
Chapel. Elisabeth Fahnstock, Theta Court In Orlando Friday. arrived from their home In
1/-Rotary Club, 12:15: Frank Woodall charge of program. B. Iby, Photographer
Mike Gilbert, Saline, Mlchl-
Rupert, Mike Moore and Frances Leesburg, Ohio, Saturday,
will at Klwanls Club.
15-Charles Tyson, city manager ran Is visiting his parents Mr.
21-Social Security! Representative at Community House 9.30.m : Snyder and Mrs. Everett Gilbert Several from the Court were ARCADETHEATRE
and season-ticket
Patron playing in the shuffle tourna
to 12:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cronk '
I4H N.
22-Annual Kiwanis Christmas party reservations may be confirmedby ment at the K.A.S.T. Club Stewart Ph. 8472437
spent Saturday and Sunday as I
M e.0.
Robersun's Kexsll
23-Elks Lodge Open House ft Champagne Party, 5 to 8. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vlck Monday morning
2t-.Kiwaola.Club, rrMHenfafajTwell for outgoing I president, Drugs. Single admission re Nusbaum Orlando.
: ,
be obtained .
A.-I.. .TM..S..... .Tfljfl .-JjMgffT'ty Aj.l .... served-seat ducata may KISSIMMEE
.. L"'d ill II "" yMr.and(Mrs.Roderick Grey
81-Elks Lodge New Years Eve Dance, 9 p.m., Breakfast a.m. Salon,fifth the Bon CnirntBenntj1 Air Hotel andRoberson' !r Ind daughters Orlando were DIVIDED 3 STORAGE GIANT-SIZE Weekend dig 'Ttovratber' ,27, I
callers of Mr. and Mrs. Leon 2:30:
JANUARY .. In St. Cloud, ticket
Kenney, Saturday evening.Mr. Saturday and Sunday
distribution Is being
Klwanls Installation banquet Robert Facey to be Installed. and Mrs George West Evening Performances
Bob Lewis at the St.
Lt.. Go,. will speak. Cloud Hotel.Emma of Michigan were visitors of DRAWERS OVEN 7 p.m.

15-Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Civic, Music Association, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Beyfrled FRIDAY-SATURDAY
Orlando. < Thursday afternoon
Rogers Mrs Charles Coburn, Mrs.
FEBRUARY Lucien Archambeau and Mrs. 'Fate Is The Hunter'Glenn
Group Plans Sale Sewell Grout
spent Tuesday
-Juerg Von Vlntshger pianist, Civic Music Association, Or. afternoon with Mrs. Florence HI-SPEED RANGE Ford
lando. The Emma Roger Circle of Dumas. Tl Nancy Kwsn

MARCH the First Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Vemell SUNDAY-MONDAY
home of
met Wednesday called on Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Here's real convenience
10-San Francisco Ballet Civic Music Association, Orlando. Virginia Christian in Cypress Gilbert Sunday evening. 'Looking For Love'Conaie

Shores.Mary. circle Mr. and Mrs. Chsrles Straw a thrifty price !
Jo Morton, Clinton Ind., and Mr. and Mrs Francis
Coming Events chairman, presided over the A. P. Freeman, Galena Ohio Big 23' Master Oven, Broiler Jim Hilton
meeting with nine membersand arrived In the Court duringthe )
Mrs. Sue g Easy-Set Oven and Appllsnee
EVERY WEEK two guests week to spend the winter.
Amos and Mrs. Nettle Wil- : Timer, Minute Timer
and Mrs. Perce Love. CLOUD-ST. CLOUD
Dally-8 a.m. until .undown-Gatorl.nd llama, present. well were Sunday dinner Pushbutton Controls
Dally-Public Zoo, Lake Front Park, Klsslmmee The circle voted to sell cook. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle t' Full Length Fluorescent Light
Dally-except Monday, Central Florida Museum and Planetari books-"Favorite Florida Re. Harris Longwood FRIDAY-SATURDAY

um. Orlando. Tuesdays through Fridays, 10 a.m. to S p.m., clpei," for a fund raising pro. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brown, A 7 Clesn Easy Feature

Saturdays and Sundays, 2.00: to 5:00: .p.m. Planetarium ject. These may be purchased Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Coutrlght 'The Incredible

sho ings 2:30: and 3:30 pm. Sund.,.. from any of the circle mem and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Journey'
Dally-9:00 ..m. until 4:00: p.m except Saturdays, Sundays and bers. 11.1".. had Thursday dinnerIn Fast, Flameless!
holidays -Tupperware Museum, Klsslmmee, Plans were made for a tailIng Orlando celebrating the En Me Genet
tea to be held at the home birthday of Mr. Hatnes. John DraUle

of Mr. Virginia Murray In Mrs Charles Gilbert, Mr.
Legal Notices City Finance December Each member will and Mrs. Everett Gilbert and PARKSFURNITURE

bring a sample of her favorite son Mike visited In Plant City
COUNTY IN JlTxlKi THIS COURTOHCKUL.A Course StudyA Christmas dish to .h..... Circle Saturday afternoon Mrs. COMING A1"I'RACJ'IONSARCADE
rOX'NTT. FLORIDA member are also asked to Charles Gilbert remained to
a. O1MRUA JOHNSTON clan administrationand bring a gift and canned goods visit with Mrs. Earl Babloiu MODEL J-416 'Bikini
on Beach'Have
/k/a asesh. Duds, Johnston, operation of the Klsslm for a needy family, Mr. Merle Spiker was a Sunday Ask about our easy payment terms
IHeMCIMln the themeof
Thanksgiving was
dinner guest of Mr and
Tir' TO nucnrromTo mee finance department Is bang
All I Creditor L>cl. Pit.tribute the program presented by Mrs. A P. Freeman.Mr. .
**, and all{ I' Hi*. conducted by City Manager Mrs. Brenda Bronson. Mrs. and Mrs. Louis Hammond .
Claim "r l>*maiid Actlnil' Charles Tyson
said ciit: Esther Pollom gave the devotional son Mr and Mra. Rob
Tee and each of you are h.rt- The course of the Interns' on her thought for Veterans art Hammond visited Mr, and
by.Mollflcd and required to pr. ttonal City Managers assort.ation'Is .
..nt aclaims which pots, or
etcher of you, mar har being taken by members
lh. *tU of B. (Halo Johnston, of the city finance de
else known a. Sarah 01...* John. Club
Ion, .'HII""d. Sale of t>.e.ol. partment.
County, Fiends. to th. (Vuntr
Judge of O.c.ola (.linty, Finn.a Held LuncheonAt
/ at )Ci..imm., ., Florida. with. SOCIAL SECURITYREPRESENTATIVE ffi'foACTAato
In dt sic.,r.the l.n<.Ur first month.publlntlon from the of DUB their recent meetings, '

thin otloo.. Bach: claim or ...- members of the Friendship
wand moot bo In wrltliir and Club made tray favor for .
A of
mutt state Ih* plans of rTdnr* representative the Social ,
and .....'offiee add of Ih* Security Administration Sunland Hospital and Eccle-
claimant and b. worn to byclaimant. ston-Callahan Memorial Hos
District Office in Orlando will
his anent or e
en the urns will broom o'rd be kt the Community House pital. i

affordlne Thu tho to Ittll law day of Ner*mb.r, December T and SI from 9:30to Mrs. Arthur Randall, president .
1SSO p.m.KBCUU presided over the brief
1uEdward; C. OrlMom JrAa meeting Introducing first time
Administrator of but of ..,.
car tII. : V
B. Olla, Sarah Joe K. Johnston. ........ guests Mrs. Susie Skinner and
Ulla Johnito, d.c*...d. Murray W.*Uv.rir..t, Jr.Attorn.y Mrs. Gertrude B Auger
gill* r. Uavlolulmm
for Ei.rutrlif
Florida Mr Wm. Sussonberger
** O lieu TISKlHlmm *
Alloy .r for AdministratorNov. **, Florida chairman presentedMrs.
II. It. It. lie. I. lice Nov. 1*. ... DM. I, II. nit I program. Robert Eby, who sang

IN TUB three songs appropriate for
OBCKOLA COUNTY FLORIDA.IN the season; Bles* Thl *
NO. THIN ANltnTYRUD04OO'SOLA : House" 'How Great ThouArt"

JOB RB! R8TATK or, AW'i:7tTJ..KUNUDA. and a lovely benediction
f.'J.OtlNMTON.JIIOTIC. a.TATM or "Give U* This 1.>.,." accident claim and
TO ('RICIIT\'HI4 I.KOA- : Mrs Lulu Beauchamp. folio judgments are more than
TEES DiaTNIHUTEKII. ANT roMAU'vriiou IT MAT CON l wing the Thanksgiving
: ; la the bucket
i'ERNN ju. a drop
ALL, : ;
AQAIN.t'1AUJE CERN; theme, presented two readings,
OR NOT'C' II HEftEBT these days Unlr haw
E> That Murray W. 0'1...*.,..t bar "Thanksgiving by Phyllis 8.Biagllng you
and each .f re .,. tear.. (114 III* flail rp.H M It.*.... and J. W. Rlley the protection of a comprc- .ens J
II' aolifled and rWotr.d to pro.aenl t., *f tk* Kll .( John Uottrt bemire Auto Insurance
claims which you. edtber r <*c-M4| that ** Out to Old Aunt Mary's.
sal WOO, may have alalnilbe ,t I fled wttitl.I for Flail .J'..* Policy, yon could be U
eStal. R. Johnston', rkus.. aM that k. will apply t. were
date Osceola County I f the. Hrkl 0. P. JokBMB.T bring toy U the December deep financial tr uUe.
to. the f':'" 'lrd"aity.Flora. '
'I t, at In tki I *, en the lint day t Di. meeting.

ant: at=td XlMlmm cal.ndar .menu Flsr/' Same nemboo a4. JI dlschage approval ofa se yw priced a tiger .it..yrteko

,,, :: ik: rirat pabll; Rlooetor of the Rotate of Jelil
.c'ot u tN tip Katk In wrltlni rUIn, L This lh erdn.t Ittk ,day dee.aa.d.( Nvmk.r, the arc tor ioshMC Come with 3M ho. Or 300 at*.h-a coat Pht bucket.... Ca rpetlno.WaJmX dash QtIIeIcWWt-TrHk| Tigers
? plane .' Pool, SHRIMP And! Iits 1tIat. Yet It*....101.lees than a lot d PUU1Cltl wltIt imitation ItncItL Thin \tIIrI', tie La Mene. Same

1)1lie' ': I :..kl't.: /yStOft.*...t., el the W.g ovaRftllan.,ate tit Jeka. i' blABotket hind 01 lI'uau Same m of craxW Same hnd gl tow price. Sl. hlhj anwfler teeth So bite: a ger. PWRttC U MtM & ETD'

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United Appeal Aids LibraryObituaries Dry Weather Is h-

Hurting CitrusThe

continuing dry weather s
U causing Increasing concern
: among grower In all parts of
the citrus belt and In Osceola
County Jim Smith said Mon.
day. Aeecrding to the county
agent Those grower who
aren't out Irrigating are praying Page Four-The GaietU, Klssimmee, Florida, No., to, 1964
for rain."

: How Not To Be I All available Irrigation Editor, Th Gaiette: at Yeebaw Junction.
equipment is In as*. There U In reply to your letter of Sincerely,
no shortage of water and reserve II 1M, I would T. M. ErvinExecutive
County Judge 0. P. Johnson is also Judge of the supplies are good. How like November to advise,that the Florida Director

juvenile court, and the other day he talked to the ever, Irrigation I I. adding an State Turnpike Authority has TFE.ece: Turnpike Authority
Council of Churchwomen extra cost to production.; Th directing southbound
about signs
Klssimmee juvenile no
need for Irrigation Is also holdIng
traffic to take the Turnpike in BARGAIN BOX TO
delinquency.His I back the banking of
s young reach Fort Mead CLOSE SATURDAY
order to
whole talk was worth passing on, but particularly 1 } tree As a normal safety precaution Meade sign installed
against freezing weather The Box
The Bargain which ha
interesting was an excerpt from an unidentified of Yeehew June *
they should be banked by north been sponsored by the womenof
newspaper, titled "How to Raise a Juvenile Delinquent 5 the middle of November tlon was installed upon the the St John' Episcopal
In 12 Easy LeAsonA" '=111s Scattered report show that request of the city Subsequent Church, will close Saturday
'- there Is tree wilt to this installation, It became
some torn
;; Those having thing on tay-
t. l Pick up everything after to the
fruit droppag and some In. evident that a policy as .
the child i his shoes, his books, his sluices of fruit becoming soft distance between the cities and away or consignment are asked
In thli ... Do everything for him, beiaus of the drought exits serving those cities must to pick them up Friday or
it will
Saturday a* not be
believing that he will be experienced The situation Is not yet critIcal be established, otherwise w* opened for business after that re
living. burdens on others but grower are becoming would have signs advising date
2. Let him read anything he s more and more worried a* the people to take exit for municipalities -
words ,. Have no concern what t weather forecast continue to possibly 400 miles
at him. for what goes Into his say there la no rain In sight. away Such a policy has been DBAOUNIISUUOOZINO
think he Provide him with Lily issued MIDOIN3(

off and for his lips, but let his The sign in question does An New Heavy IqwlpmontI
words drink out of any dirty Winter Resident not misdirect anyone. It does, CwitrtKt Hour
off your for words and Ideas, r southbound FIID L M01UTlioei
r however advise
3. Quarrel frequently In the Donates Books to to Fort I na DIM OKUNDO
traffic wishing go
Itual of your children. In OA 4-290
Mead to leave the Turnpike
and way they will be prepared M'Sgt. Harry E. Jones I
himself. broken home later on. (USAF) ret., a winter resident
never "persecuted"e Give him all the spending of Intercession City, has
., he wants; never It* him donated a seven-volume history
old his own. of the United State Air
peak Satisfy every craving of Fore to the Hart Memorial
4. child for food, drink and Library. Jones also gave abook
to all ; )' that has to do with on the Air Force In Korea
much sense of last and touch, and one on combat train-
) every sensual de. Ing for the library' reference RegardlessWhatever
5. list
"wrong" Take his part against Sergeant Jones donated the family's financial circumstances .
the teachers and neigh book to his home town library .
This They are all "prejudiced" In Mesick, Mich., too. whatever the famll, religious
lien your child. He received mention In the affiliations, the services of the RIedel firm

later on When he gets Into real "Chapter Tribune" the nation. are always in accordance with the highest
al of the Air Fore
.... ., always defend newspaper
Is ". your Sergeants Association, for his traditions of the profession.
and say, "I never could do MIMIU Of
generous gifts: "We hats
is being with him. say 1I.1IOtI1L Me
off Sergeant Jones to a man aosaMMesAs
not only Interested in the welfare DllKTOISAnOCIlnoII

the CourtThe JENNIE VICTOREAN HAIR BERTHA EDNA FAGUNDUS nie L. Coffin and Ethel Cof- the Air of Force the enlisted, but also men Interested of.
Speaking of In, all Mllford, Delaware; III RIEDEL
in his af
Jennie Vlctorean lair, 85, of Bertha Edna Fagundus, 77, Mines Florence Coffin and community
15 East Park Street, passed of 1722 Ceclle Street, Orange faire
Msmi C. Coffin Drexel Hill, 21 NOUaAauutaNCt '
Supreme Court of the United States has spent away Friday after a brief ill- Gardens, Kisslmmee, passed Pennsylvania. Jones i* the holder of the 1mi2aI 9Ionu
star for his effort -
considerable time In recent nest.A away early Friday after a The funeral party left Sat.urday iUYIQ sot IMMIII SfllU
years liberally interpretingour during the Battle of .
native of McComb, Ohio, lengthy Illness.A afternoon for Berlin, KISSIMMil HOllO"
Constitution In a way that is in reality legislation. she had been a resident of Kilo native of Camden, New where funeral services were to He Ploestl wa during member World of the War II.

Its interpretation of the equal rights amendmentto simmee for the past IS years. Jersey, she moved from Hill- be held, with Interment to fol. Bomb Group a which was 44th one PHONe
the constitution as meaning "one She wa a member of the tide, New Jersey to Klsslmme low in Evergreen Cemetery of the liberator outfits taking 141.311/
man, one First Christian Church, KIsslmmee 14 months ago Grissom Funeral Horn was in In the "Tidal Wave"
seems to be a threat to the very existence of ) Gleaners Tempi No. She was a retired bank clerk charge of arrangement part ,

the U, S, Senate, which was set up in its present form 2 Pythian Sisters, Orlando, for the Hanover Bank, New BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT II
by the original Constitution but which and the Klsslmme Allstates York City, and was a member Seniors Select'Superlatives'
could be
Tourist Club.Survivors of the First United PresbyterIan Mr. and Mrs. Everett Amos
amended out of existence apparently by the Court's include three sis Church, Klsslmme, announce the birth of a daughter .

interpretation of the Equal Rights amendment, ten, Mrs. Carrie Irish and Survivor Include a brother, Nancy Virginia, Friday,
Carleton Bower Fagundus, of November 20, at the Florida r-v
The OilS class of 1965 recently -
This would also do away with our Electoral College Mr. Mima B. Lease, both of Kisslmmee; also 8 nieces elected their "Senior San.

which provides a small amount of extra voting Klsslmme, and Mrs Hall Funeral services were held Superlatives" These outstanding I -

power for< the reeldent"of. th l1 state, to keephim TeplLlma, Ohio) three stepdaughters >I i at 10.30: a.m. Saturday In the'' Seniors will be pictured In

from being overwhelmed bt'an avalanche of votes Mrs Harry Hover,' Grissom Chapel, with the a special honor section. of the'
Rev Dorr Van Ett n; Minister .
from the big states. Mrs. Arthur Copui and Mrs. of the First United Prelb,. yearbook Chosen Best All Around GUARANTEED
Lavon Bowersock all Lima
terlan Church, officiating The
One man, one vote, obviously doesn't to the were Aileen Chapman and
apply .
Ohio; etep-son Johnny Balr, funeral party left Saturday afternoon Gary Streetman. Most Likelyto
Electoral College: President Kennedy, who actually Falrborn, Ohio; and 7 grand for Union, New Jersey Succeed are Judy posey and
received a minority of the total vote (Inasmuch as children. where final service were Dean nadle,. Marcie Lornbtrdy .
to be held, with Interment to
minor candidates polled 190,000 odd votes In 1960 and Funeral services were held follow In Evergreen Cemetery, and Jimmy Sabetto are
Kennedy beat Nixon by only received at 2 o'clock Tuesday from the Hillside G I Funeral Most Dependable
120,000)) SOS Grissom r a e o m Cathy Well and Jerry John-
Chapel, with the Rev,
Electoral College votes to 219 for Nixon. Voters for Horn wa* in charge of arrangements. the
Jimmy R. Cox, Minister of the ion were picked as having
Kennedy each counted 39% more in terms of Electoral First Christian Church, offlclating. Best Personality. Miss School WRITING TO WtAR
Casketbeartr w e r e Spirit I I. Peggy Simpson Most 1M
College vote than did voters for Nixon I
Messrs. Fred Barclay, Clifford BESSIE TOWNSEND Athletic Is Steve Parker. Chosen -
But then, maybe the Electoral College is also illegal Chapman, II. H. Lively, Eddie Bessie Odella Townsend, 80, Beat Looking were Linda 15 MONTHS15.000

based on the Supreme Court's warped Interprets' Partin, Melvin Samuel and Eugene of Shawn Drive, Kisslmmee, William and Eugene Speirs.Th .
Best Dressed two are
Simmon Interment followed
in Osceola Memory passed away. suddenly Fridaymorning. Sandra Warden and Alan MILES"

0 a r d t n i. Grissom Funeral Sterling The Class Wits are .. ,
A native of Berlin, Maryland Sheila Alderman and Eldon 00154 ....
Asset? Horn wa in charge of arrangements. Wed wild sal
Speed-- Turnpike .
she had been resident
a Sullivan ... /...... ( ere e/lad
of Kisslmme for the past two .11.' ..-.-. ._,....1, II erMInsf ..
year. ..III. sN """ .aw,,,
In terms of bonds required for speeding on the JAMES O. MUS8ELWHITE She was a member of the BROASTED II ads, M11 M5 _

turnpike, Osceola County has done well In its fine and James 0. MusselwhiU, 23, Methodist Survivor Church include two ions, CHICKEN

forfeiture fund ever since the Sunshine State Parkways was killed November 17 In a LeAlden Townsend, Klsilmme
opened. plan crash while on active and Russell J., Monterey, California FREEZETTE All NEW WRAP AROUND FULL CAPS

.. A strong effort Is being made by the Florida tie duty, Newfoundland.for the navy In Argen* C.; five Taylor sisters, Mines, Mrs Min Edmund DRIVE-IN 4 FULL rlY-lif LINE & PREMIUM

Highway Patrolmen who are working on the Turnpiketo He wa the son of Mr*. rNT'M ..... __, ..e e.l.r .......
slow traffic, and this has brought a flood of bond Mabel Musselwhlte, who was .M. MM- era MO ". e* .tii>...."
killed In a traffic mishap herein CAP Toes ma o* HCMANMTUBHYPE
dollars to Justice
our of the Peace courts.
1955, and grandson of Mrs. Millions of People Use
The reason for this clampdown Is, however, not Maud Crumpler, a resident of OR TUBQISS SAME PRICE:
to enrich Osceola County, The reason is the excessive Kisslmmee front 1922 until her NIAGAKA ClCIXMIAbSAGE "For teiiii niiu 141.,1., Hid

speeding which has accompanied the opening of the death In March.MusselwhiU mil, iitiiiIllxll n..ll. Iilil4Tllill 111x14 711x11 11/zil
listed his horn ItlitllIllill
northern leg of the Turnpike. address as New Haven, Conn, Ache&: Paine a Tension 110,14' mill 96x1Ilbil IUIII

This excessive speed has been a major factor in a where he mad hi* horn with Circulation Muscle Spasm

sharp upsurge of deaths i the average number of fatal his aunt, Mrs. John L, Clear

accidents on the Turnpike since it opened seven years ella. 688 7881888$88

ago or so has been 2.2 per 100 million miles. Duringthe A memorial mass by the HILL HOME DEMONSTRATIONSt. :

period January-October 1964 the average was 4.6 navy wa held Friday after e,5. c....) 8V2.2I76 w write P.O. B.* II*, Oria.A.RERITOR. .

fatal accidents per 100 million miles driven. noon. tije UTU na mi

We strongly urge Osceola residents to cut their SERVICE

speeds on this highway. Driving 70 is plenty fast SPECIALS

enough-and besides you may be asked to contributeto t POINT MAX

Osceola'a bank account if you get caught driving MOST-GDABD14 FREEZER avtasit 1 MIAVY *SPECIAL WHEn} ALIGNMENT

much falter ..: IT

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competitive "no frost" mod.lslr a. :: ewe
a recent banquet in Gainesville, the speaker tiled In (laboratory under ex- c C as sans team Mee Imse.w, .11 -- '.". snnma* SNM* HMMfnrr

was describing the need for higher salaries to attract rants Gulf States summer usage C 5..0 Sawa ewwr ew --- ADJUST CASTIR ADJUST CAMIII
better professors lie said: conditions. Come In for proof of ADJUST TOI-I" ADJUST TOI-OUT

"A college professor is like a bull-it isn't the d (r[ tconomylIIGUR: Joint Kite
Amount of time he spends but the job he's doing." + and Labor 1495| and WRaIIJolnb Labar 27'S

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Friday Afternoon

The fall Ingathering of the Through the effort of Mr*. brvln. fnin II ... 1H I pra
Needlework Guild was held Glover, president of the Kl*.
Friday at the Orange Gardens simmers branch, the guild obtained 151It.
The Gesetto, Klsslmme, Florida, NOT 28,1964-Page Five Community House a* their speakers Mr*.
rt.i Garments made by the threecroupa H. R. Kelli of Winter Park, .
.i of Klsslmme women fourth hi** MM to .*M. fiw*.
Orange Gardens Jottings vie president of the ..... ...
under the direction of Mrs *ner( a eel -Mf
National Guild; Miss Doris ...... aIesIp .eved M feel. ei
George Glover, Mrs lames CatternoU of Eceleiton Callahan -....... teree.alMN. .
Spence and Mrs. Nary Suiten- and Mrs William Seek- \w
Orange Gardens BeehiveOf berg were on displsy. man from the East Coast
These garment were then Branch of the Welfare for Migrant .
distributed to the East Coast Worker YOUR FUTURE HOME I IOn
Holiday ActivitiesBy Migrant I Worker, Sunland In the 80 years of existencethe a 78 x 110 lot In lovely
Hospital, Eccleston Callahan Guild has produced over Orange Gardena. CB Horn.
Hospital and the etty welfare. 83 million .
Va. Held rarm.nta.Africa'a 2 Fla. rm., Shad
Fair and
Exposition grounds pore
screen with fireplace,
Garden Thanksgiving Into In Orange west of Palm Beach; the day Past And Present I rood storage, tiled bath, ter
families toes prepare for high turkey gearas and evening were filled with rl ., Is Topicready ratio floors, carpets, drape,
Interesting activities. Hobble
and all the trimming or start were taught. Evening entertainment Dr. and Mrs George Beau- to book passsg on the and refrig. Included Built-in
off for a visit with relative was varied. MUllc.1entertainment champ and fir and MM D. next ship or plan*. kitchen equip. Nice uncluttered
and friends In distant spots INGATHERlNG-iSpeaker at tile Pall Ingathering of the Needlework Guild wen, left to right, Co Love spoke to the AlphaEta Hostesses for the meeting landsctplng. See this
In'.n, event, In the hurry of a High School was Chorus provided of 90 by, Mr*. W, C. Beckman, Mr. H. R, Kelli and Miss Doris CattermoU, shown with Mr*. George : Chapter ''Of Delta Kappa were Mr*. George (Margaret) easy to tar for horn. Offr-
a busy world w* pause to five local talent presented a Hootenanny Clover, Guild president. (Photo by Eby) Gamma, International honorary Bast Jr., Miss Clarlc Houstonand ed for only 12,600..

thanks. show, square dancing ... -... society of women teacherst Mrs. Henhel (Patricia BEAUTIFUL
Among those going out of was enjoyed. On the serious aMISS a dinner meeting In Or Redgrave. Mr. M. W. (June) ANn! QUITS NEW

town for the holiday week, are side there were religious services ..... .. lands Bond Introduced the speaker CB Horn, t bedrooms, built.
Mr. and Mr*. Cornelius R. p. There were numerous Africa, Present and Past In cooking equipment, full
Cochran They will leave on movies and slide on trailer ; ; was very ably presented by Carte to Hold tiled bath, nice Fla. room,
Tuesday to go to St. Peters caravan Among them, pictures 'T. the guetts. Dr, and Mr. Co terrasto floors, new wall to
burg, where they will visit of the earthquake and an ;1 Love who spent 40 year In Open House wall carpeting, custom mad
with Mr. and Mrs. Craig P. Around the World Caravan.Of the mission field In the Cameroon drapes, thermo controlledheat
Cochran The Craig Cochrsnes particular Interest were the depicted the many contrasts Mr. and Mra. Darrell Cart large utility room, TOP
have just returned from picture of the loading of the It and cultural patterns will hold "open hou.." at their NEIGHBORHOOD.
a trip to Honolulu No doubt trailers and car on ships In with emphasis on the loyalty Lake Cecil home Saturday,
travel pictures and stories will Santiago and disembarking In By Betty Eby are spending the holiday with and hospitality of the people November 28, from 1 to 4 p.m. I W. H. Morse Corp.,
be a pleasant part of the holi Singapore. Of all the cities Today w* pause to give Mrs. Ovcrstreet'i parent, the Dr and Mr. Beauchamp who All of their friend are Invited Realtors
day.Mr. around the world pictured, themo.t thanks-thanks for our freedom Mldyette at Miami. recently returned from a visit to visit them In their
and Mr. Fred Smith Interesting were the one thank for our friend Mr. and hire. Claude B. (In Nigeria had tk* audience new horn, 323 Broadway 847-8U3
will go to Kendall near Miami of trailer parked In Red and thanks for our loved one. Reynolds of Syracuse, New I
where they will visit with Square. Th Austin are trail. It Is also an occasion for family York, have arrived to spend
their daughter, Mrs. Russell er caravan enthusiast of long and friends to get togetherand the winter with hi* sister,
Harris and family. standing. They have traveled end up stuffed II the hap Ethel J. Reynolds
Mr. and Mr,. Archie Roe extensively with I caravans. less bird--the turkey. Mr. and Mrs Wraymonj
will spend the way with Mr. They went twice to Mexico, Speaking of getting together Smith have arrived from their designed with a
Roe's brother, Rev. Henry T. they traveled throughout the.outhw..tem the member of the Gardner home at Leesburg, Ohio to special lair for
Roe, In Orlando. United States Sportsman'a Associationand spend the winter her, JENNIFER WATTS
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. and far Into Canada. their families will hold Mr. and Mr*. Graham Hart- te wed frrnciouti living
Shirley will have a* their Mrs. Helen McKlssie and their annual get-together In well of Indian Rocks Beachare
guests Mrs. Shirley's sister, Dr. A. A. Mama of Indianapolis the wood These include the pending the holidays with
Mr.. M. C. Chrlsman of Coronada Indiana are house guests Kent Powers, the B. G. Crii- her parenta, Mr and Mr. John Miss Watts to Wed
Pines, Oklawaha, Fla Beauchamp. Their wedding! will some, the Earl Schmidts, the Carroll. Renard appliancesBunbonm
Major and Mrs. Arnold L. of Dr. and Mrs George E. James Hurhe,., the Tom Guest of Mr and Mr*. Ceo. Brooks
Simonson expect their daughters be solemnised in the Beau- Hufheys, the H. S. Rummels, But Thanksgiving will be Mr and Mr*. Roscoe Preston
Mrs. Warren Hitchcockand champ home on Friday, November the J. Z. Schmidt, the Reid Miss Mary Scarf of Mount Watts, Huntsvlll, Alabama, o
Mr. Hitchcock of Orlando 27 at 6 pm Mr. MeKissic McWhlrters, the George Rockers Dora the
and Mrs Gordon Struthersand Is Mrs. Beauchamp's the Lee Grave, and the Blake Maklnaon, student at their announce daughter engagement Jennifer Susanto of Vkt Sunbonin Vittt

family of Gainesville aister. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clyde Story Georgia Military Academycame Austin Snarl Brooks, son .talnleMnteclautomatic I MIximtHtornilxor !e
Mrs. Helen Hartman and Weaver of Oklahoma City, On the birthday Hit this home to join his father of Mr. and Mr. I. Clary
Mrs. Ruth Dobert of Lake. Oklahoma have come for the week are Mildred Taylor, Patrick and brother In the first day Brooks electricporoolntor
land and Mrs. H. D. of Parker, Robert Murray, of ... .
Fidler, wedding. They are guest hunting .on. I understand The wedding will take placeon pushbutton buts
Orange Gardens will be guests the Beauchamps and the P. R. Walter Marter, Robert Crow- his brother Bill also got December electorNemovibli
27 at 1.00
of Mr. and Mrs. James O. Weaver Robert V, McKlssic, .11, Bob Best, Laura Carte, his first deer that day In the First Baptist Church: p.m.of e Completely cord, !
Spence Mrs. McKlislc'i son and family Lanny Roberta, Connie Lynn Mrs. Ida Keeling Cressp of lluntsvlll *(mmernbl loruy provide: eiiier
Mr. and Mrs, J. S. Stem- of Fort Myer will also arrive Barker, Jess! O'Mealey, Nona Galneivlll and Mrs. Elisabeth Miss Watts I I. cleinlni lto"handhn and <:
now a juniorIn
bough will spend the Mae Jones, Wilfred Hinch- Jack of Jacksonville /2402
holiday on Wednesday are guest the School of Nursing, Emory VA'IO 93Q04 view
with Mrs. cliff, Edwin Bartow Jr. Emma .
Stambaugh'i sister, this week of their sister and Atlanta .
University Ga.Mr
Mr.. Walter D. Church and Jan Hill, Francis Murray brother-in-law, Mr, and Mr, Brooks Is, graduate, of
Mr. Church In Bradenton. Margaret Allen, W. E. Ellis Davis. Osceola a
High School and I I.
Mr and Mrs. Lee E. Arthur Pound, Ken Newman, Bobby Mr. and Mrs Edward Lehman Lady Sunbeam
will go to Panama City where Hansel), Kenneth Stark, Raymond of Perth Amboy, New Institute presently of attending Georgia .'
they will meet their daughter, Schmidt, Kay Thacker, Jersey were weekend guest of whir he Technulogy I I. senior, Atlanta vimcontrolled Bunbonm VM I
Mr*. Dan Baggett, Dr. Bag n Shere Patrick, Geneva Hooten, Mr. and Mr. James CrandallIn joring In electrical a ma. hoat electric l
gett and family. Jack Carroll, Gary Reasner, Orange Garden. Ing. engineer hair dryer omit opener
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cummings Mary Rogers, Lois Lanier, Ed Wall and family and the e tutrt loge. Ian moves e a Past tingle control
entertained Mr. and Mr,. Sarah Clark, Fred Burton, Betty El Sprinkles will have Thanksgiving Wh volume of air for' 111I1""p action
Brady Miller of Swford, o n of .t:1 r Padgett,. Joyce Reasnert together at the Sprinkle Club to Meet latter quiet'dryi yog,-|ctnUlfc, ytt Isto Hsmtlet any standard -
Sunday Edgar Padirett, Arthur Logs- tin' or'
t! I home. on the phone without ship cms
There are always !' min n doa, Rfcky GrlieVmt, Bill Ileern Don and Jerry Depew of Ft The Klsslmme Wom'1Club removinc el. with seas ''t
and going at the Gael H. Artie Calbreath, John Lauderdale weekend will meet Tuesday, December 22D4 VMDt \Ii1 ,04 .
Lemmon home, 1711 Oak St., Spencer, George Mears, Tommy guests of the were Roy Craves.Mr 1, at 1.30: pm, Vw
when they com from Puerto Smith, Hilda Ivey, Nelson All members are remindedto
Rico, each Makinson Jr., Patricia and Mrs. Milton Whid-
year, to spend sometime Freed. bring gift for the annual
In '. man. Best wishes each of den attended the Florida- '
Orange Garden > project of 'Gift for Chatta- Sunbeam V/tti
Lemmon returned on Wednesday Florida State game at Tallahassee hoochee." Sunbeam V/iit
from Chicago, where he +VPtw you.Mrs.. Dan Keene left Sunday last weekend-Incidentally Guest speaker will be Mr*. pray, teamor Multl-
visited with relatives and for Freemont, Ohio where she they alto visited their ion Clark, the district director dry Iron cooker
friends On Saturday, Mr. and plans to spend two week visIting Bill, his wife and their new VM fry pirn
Mrs C. R. McCabe of Shelby her daughter and family, baby daughter. Their other" ITAlNUMiritltankf eapaley' (buffet atyle)

vllle, Indiana, arrived for a the Joe lannuccla. IOn, Butch, who I I. a student at I win button control e Completely,knmerilWe(or'quick,
visit through the Thanksgiv RICHARD COLBURN Received! a letter from E. Troy State arrived home Wed. { '1504 5510 wsihinf, simply: remove
ing holiday On Sunday, the Complete Syke Goodwin this week in neiday to spend the holiday INITIAL automatic reel control
Lemmon and McCabe* wentto course which he state their regret with them. 100. VLMCB
Clearwater for the christen In not being able to return to Mr. and Mra. J. C. LedbftUr NAPKINS, A\

ing of their young grandson, Kisslmme this winter, the Jr. of Cordele, Georgia, Mr. COASTERS&
Jeffry Gael Brown. Mrs Herbert Colburn tint In Ie year they have Sally Edwards and Mr*. Sue !B Sunbenm V/tlt
Brown is the Lemmon' mlised. They left their home Egbert of Dade City were MATCHES Mixmnsterhand 1 Sunbeam Vltti ( \
daughter and the Browns will On Leave In Ludlow, Vt on September weekend guest of their liter, radiant
also spend Thanksgiving In 22, but while visiting their IOn Lib Dlllard, at her home on HUNT BROS. mixer
Orange Garden In Rhode Island they decided Lake Ceelle. Joining the Huvydutyestee control ...
Mr*. Forrest Hayes has been A-Sc Richard P. Colburn, against continuing the trip, for group targi.1uemidbeaters females
a family Sundaywere
released from Osceola Hospital son of Mr and Mr George due to Mr. Goodwin' I, alth 00 relative and old Thumb' tip speed control I No(even t*push, bread lower*
after having minor surgery. Colburn, I I. home on leave after Instead of Klislmmee, they are Automatl. feeler elector| automatically sHenlly rites VTe
Mr. and Mr*. William Ord rompl.tlnrll" week bade now spending the winter at friends. kg, TALL '12" wMnleeet.distMeeseedespss. .
of Union, it. J. and Mr. and training at Lackland Air Riverside, Rhode Island. Maj. (Ret) and Mrs. Ell '2304MlUUltl
Mrs. Henry Case of Shelton Fore Base, San Antonio, Tex Mr and Mra. Roy Green- Zerkovlch moved Into Lib Dll / GALS ..,
Island, New York, were guest as and a 12 weeks course In jet ough and ion Jim art spend lard' apartment on Lake Cecil "' ........... tone toNMML wen M MVltlCOOM 1
of Mr. and Mre. Edward W, mechanics at Amarillo AFB. log the Thanksgiving holiday Monday. They plan to D
Smith this past week. H* will be stationed at LitU In Gainesville with the Bryon make their future home In Kilo .,;,.. LONG f PARKS FURNITURE
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Rock, Arkansas to further his Hileman Jn.Mr ... Both are golfer and WAisnorW Cpto
Austin spent last week enjoy schooling In jet mechanics, after *. A mo* Alsobrook of bridge player, according to \ KIIIIMMlI

ing the Airstream Trailer Ral.I an 18-day leave at home Clnclnattl, Ohio arrived Sunday Lib.Bill iptclotb h yf neeeYWIKTft 147-4171 $t2.2011
I ly In West Palm Beach. Approximately Airman Colburn graduated to spend a couple of week Stanko, student at Troy _
three hundred from Oscaola High School with with her sister, Ruth Griffin State, I I. spending the holidays ,All MAU(
trailer were parked in the the class of '84. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Over with his mother, Mr. Jane 0,.. 'II .IOG Pf M.
street Jr., and four children Stanko.
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Herndon Airport
The St. Cloud Chamber of
Five tenior and eleven Cadet Commerce membership drive
member of the Kisaimme Cadet Is In full swing, according to Select
Squadron of the Civil Air Bill Journlgan, chairman. The your new
Patrol, toured Herndon Air. goal for this year his been set
port In Orlando this past Monday for 160 member
night The annual Christmas Tree
The tour consisted of viewIng Lighting program anti Qiristma -
Flight Operations, Weather Lighting contest committee -
Bureau Ground Control I I. headed by J. Ray Smith.
Center, Control Tower and Radar Those wishing to enter the
Room. competition should leave their
The activity was arrangedin earn sad address at the General Electric e .,
conjunction with th current Chamber office.
court of study "Air. rr
ports, Airway and Electronic To Meet MondayThe
The Squadron meet every Past Noble Grand Club
Monday night from 7 to '.SO win meet Monday, November
p.... at the Xlssimme Civic SO, at the borne of Mrs. Art _?___/
Crater. Lawrence, (21 Brick Street

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Six The Gitett Klislmmee Florida Nov. 26. 196. ".,1... of I.'...,.. .. ..... THERESA MARIE PROULX. IX Cig'CC 'LR'fO THE'
Christian ScIence
I A"IItl.. I.r n... Dlharf Get Greater With a minor, NINTH .
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HAZEL ? "/"/. IDREW I. ITEPEN and LA cotntTT .
Legal Notice COUNTY .!'U'I COURT. HAZgL. 11\.1'18\\ ALICE P. ITEPEN. bl. wifi DIVORCB \.Jrr:, ,. Each Wed******. I ....
Plaintiff va. ( !
oo"tJ Ao : -4 Gazette Classified
lOt N. Randolph
1'o ALL WIIOIII IT MAY ('UI.Fitlu Display OTIB TO D..I.: Wrt. .
NOTICH TO CHBIHTOaiS: C' : TOUICMRT t : B or FLORIDA TO: Bandar ScrvicM 11 ..**.
). ... c.... .. .,. .....Ip judge. : la I abath'a Hoapltal 'Iuhtnpon.
O.rc.Ia .:... $.. '-..... htlr.I.. my 'gnI'pt.t., O.C. 8&VB. taii r Sindir School ISO ...

TN R THK ftor laA'i..If.ftfll. U 'JA. Ancillary Biecutor of the estate Real Estate for Sale YOU ARID HEREBY NOTIFIED .
BITTY 0. I'MLK AU. of Has*) 8, Albreeht, sykl I Ha- that a Petition has bun filed u h.. Instituted. .ult for dIvorceagainat
L>*crai.d. J I'" Ok ..I A. Albrecht dos, that I CLASSIFIEDAD the above styled Court by Aa you In the above styled

To all CreditorrlbuUM ., LsatB, Dl*. ) ... have filed my petition for final BEAUTIFUL RNIS BED drew J. Btepen and Alice R. Btpen. Court and you are hereby ara- Factory Freak
dlschara. and that I will apply and wIfe, for th e tnoned. ordered and required to
Prsonu havin hueband
and alClaims TATE: home In xcluilr RUSSELL STOVER
Rcnes Tcrrscs. .
RATES written answer or eftnees
Demand asalnaB $ aaI you AND EACH OP YOU to the RICHARD A. adeptiea of Tharaaa Marie your
er hereby notified and are to County Judo of Polk Three bedroomi two Progfi, a minor, by the Petition to the Complaint filed InICt'h ::Z2* Candies
*: her. required County Florida on the llth day 6 cents word and are required to th* elyled I tauaa In the
You .n4 **oh lit you are praaent any claim which or IMI bsths. Essjr Urmi. Can 847 per ert. you : Clerk of this CircuitCourt
notified and rogu rd to pr*. may "',. againut ot December, for approval minimum .75 of your Answer 01 Sold Klelwlr/ .!
by 8604 Owen Godwin. :t"t"tr.n''PCo the Ninth Judicial
h'.t"itl"o rlr. of the for
chow cause why
which orth.r
sent elalme you the T. Bryan, "l'n.'nro : lolt
any : Circuit of Florida, In and for St. Cloud Hotel
hln M'BB' chsrs aa .. should not bigratd
of may deceaaed, late of Oaceola CountyFlorida. CUiilfied with.
Display (
you I office In
Oaceola County, at his
the ratat of haul S. Alhreoht, NEW the for
o. I'.ulk. de. ofaald FIVE bedroom countr on attorney
of ntty the Sudry Skew
the estate to County Judge ,, Haul B, dlC.... border centered 8 Mc. the Courthouse In Klaslmme,
/ out and
e'....... at. of frcola Celunt) county at lila office In th* / Albrecht home Thres bsths with Florlds ): the Petitioner, Brlneon before the 14th Florida, on or
Florid to th* > *:* Courthouse at Klaaimmee, Florl.da. 54.Thi. point lines count as 4 Whlrter II Vernon Avenue, Kit
County; at : 'lrl.u1 tin within six calendar montha '. 11th day of November, room and central heat Dou. elmmee, Florida and file the art.sinai day of December. loll, and t*
word 14 point lines count office thereof on Mln- SAND ROCK
al Klsalmms FlorWdi. from of flrat ; In the of th* Clerkof i serve a copy
Court Hood the date the pvbll bis Available
within all .Iender month cation of thl. "notice. Bach claim Richard Campbell cirport adJoin. M 6 wordi; IS point lines the Circuit Court at hi. office addrVsVarVeet Jut'b'clo'w. Jho'uld MORTAR MIX
of the first pub I. Ancillary Itneoutor of the Ini sercscs. $21,000 term 847 at th* Ooola County Court i
Inn the date or demand must be In writing count si 8 wordi 24 point .... fall to do so. Decree ProConfeaao STEEL
ration of thl* Notlo Each claim and muet atate the place of real eatala of llaaal B Albrecht 2865. Houae, Florida, ol you &: WIRE MESH
., will be entered *i.lnit
or demand mutt !>* in wrltlns denre of the claimant and muat ..fkH..I B Albrerht line count si 12 wordi. or before the Ulh day of Decem.ben Clerk
the place ot rs|. I'ecaaaed8THAUOHN. A.U. Kill: and upon your 'ou. Wilnesa III' hand au
and roust elate be aworn to by the claimant, hla
REDUCED FOR ssls Pro of said Court and the seal of
the claimant and toed KHARIT quick PHONE 847.2881 failure to do ao a D cre
deere of 'iln"o attorney, or the came KAUXIKlblMAtiornaya Confeaao will b entered against said Court at Klaalmme, Osceolaounty
the claimant hi. Nlcs building lots. Cloud. *
b* aworn to by r'11' void according; to St (' Florida, this ltd day of
or the iamt DEADLINETUESDAY y -
agent become or attorney void! according to "THIH III Magnolia Avanu 60 s 100 $400. 75 s 100, $600. vllTNBM my hand and the November. 1)50. ,
of Nov.m.her
will the day Winter Haven Florida NOON II of Klaelmmr CT CT. SEAL)
Nelson Realty 117 Broadway Real Held Court In ( ro
the law Ih. nth day ot 'foovmbr. IMI.l Nov 1*. It. Dto. I. 10, till Florida. this Ird day of Nottnv ./ GLENN RAT '
This l QENE BRYAN WHEF.LER 847-3003. ber A D Clerk Circuit Court 0'-
1164 Evelyn P Hoolehin lena Bryan Wheeler IN' CT: SEAL) I Osoeol County, tUrlda @
i'i Executrix. of the Ratal ef THE N Wl'J I\'Y.U.tPJ.T\ MOBILE HOME-10 z 47, on Card of ThanksOUR I Glenn Ray Murray W Oversret, Jr
of the Estateof
Eiscutrlx I'earll T Bryan, deceaaed OK TIlE OrATE OF FLORII'A. GLENN RAY I Attorney for Plaintiff
Betty O. Taulk Murray W. Overatreet. Jr IN AND FOR OHCKXiUA (COUNTT nice abe lot, $6,90000 Two CLERK of the Circuit Court. P O Hoi ft.Klillmm. KISSIMMEETRANSIT.MIX

d.CM*.d. Attorney. for Executrix IN CHANCICHTMIDSTATIC "bedroom houis furnished St. HEARTFELT thanks to Oaceola County, Florida I. .., Florida
P, O Box Tin ItoMR INC. Nov II, II H, Deo. I, 1114LOUIM
By /eMarjorie R Hare
Cloud all who
Nov It Dae 3. 10. I?. Ittt Klaalmmee, Florida a Florida corporation 390000. Lake lot for extended comforting Deputy Clerk

Nov II, P... '. 10. IT, Illl Plaintiff. trailer $2,00000. S 4 It Paw sympathy and help in our re. RRIN80N ANU MoVtHIRTER

-It' w7JONKS and MARION Co., Hwy 441, at overpa.ii. I. cent sorrow For the beautiful P. O Bo, IIIKlMlmmee, Florid I In the 1\OTJ'JO Court o.TO the CREDITORS Count Judge Phone: 847.3524

I Flowers For All) Ocewtons HELEN JUNKM hie wife 1 service, floral offering- and Attorneys for petitioner ac.ola Conntl'. FlorIda.

UofendantaNo. FOR SALE I other klndnenei, ws are deeply] Nov. I. II 11. II. lOll : IN RI!: THE tlIITATIIi: OF
PIZZA I7IT&OTH 2 Bedroom CB houte. Tile bath I J. DOUCETTK }
ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST grateful Ths Sanders Family.I .
H 0th' II IT IN THE!: Deceased J
THE BTATU OF FLORIDA tile floors large living, dining COUNTY JU..IE' COURT To all Credltora Legatees. Dlatrlbuteea DODGEBUILDS

FREEZETTE TO: H W. Jonea and Marion room. Florida room or 3rd bed. WISH to take this opportunlt OBCKOLA COUNTY FLORIDA. and all Persona havlniClalma
Helen Jonea, hi. wife, NO III/
or Demands against sale
DRIVE-IN 2S whine rel<1nce I. unknown room. Built-in kitchen like new to thank all my friends and IN RR:: ESTATE OF Estate:
Broadway YOU ARE: HEREBY REQUIRED refrigerator-freeier mack bar neighbor for their kind acts CLINTON BAKS Deceased lou and each of you are hereby .
TO FILE your anawar or written I 1 MOTICH TO ('HH>ITOB notified and required to pre
utility with shower and
room .
and expressions of sympathy sfter .
dftfanete. If any, In lbs above TO ALL CTIBPITOKS. LKOA.TFFH clalma which you or
lirocredln with the Clerk of I lavatory, Central heater car the recent death of my be. DI8TRIHt'TKE: AND ALL :it"ht.r'of you, may have agalnat

thla Court, and to arrve a copythareof port, fenced corner lot land loved father All the lovely) PKHWINS HAVING CLAIMS OH the estate of IXUI J, IHJU'
the plaintiff I at DEMANDS AGAINST BAID KB .
I SALES & SERVICE upon KTTE.. deceased late of Oaceola
Radio torney. whoa. name and addrsssUlh seeped 75' x 100'. Furniture op. floral contributions were greatly TA TIC: County, Florida to the County

and Electrical Appliances appaane hereon, on or before the tlonal. Owner 312 E. Still St. I appreciated and God Bleu You and each of you are Judge of said County at hi. officeIn
notified and to TOUGHTRUCKS
day of Derrmbrr tOll. by required present the Court Houa. at KleBlm-
Complete Home Furnlihinfi The nature of thla proceeding Just north of Jelly factory. everyone of you Mn. GeorgeColborn. any clalma which you or me*, Florida, within alx calendar

T V. FURNITURE CO. being a Suit for foreclosure on a either of )'ou" may have agaInst months from the date of the tlr.tpubll..tlon
PARKS morla-age on th* following d*. the eetat of Clinton Baoa, d.. of thla Nolle Each
Kls..lmmee St. Cloud acrlbrd real property lying and COUNTRY HOMELarge ceaaed, late of Otceola County, claim or demand must b* In

belnc In uaceola County, Florida, Cem.nt Block home Close Instruction j Florida to the County Judgeesld ol riling and must stile the place
I county at hi. office In the of reeldence of the claimant and
From the NW corner of Lot I. In. Spacious rooms 3 furnished Courthouse at Kleelmmee, Florida must be aworn to by the claimant .

Hendon Park Subdivision Her bed rooms with walk In closets, LEARN BARBERING within ala calendar. months his agent or attorney, or
I, TownnhIp It H Range It I rrom the dale of the flret publication the same will become void according
Faat a) recorded In flat Bonk living room and bedroom. have Insure your future In s well-\ of this Nolle Each claimor to law. .

RANCH GROVE I, pacea II II of the Public wall to wall carpeting. Kitchen paying profeiilon. Day and demand muat b* In writing Thla" the Ird day of November
Kecorda of Itareola County, and must Blale the place of real- 1)64. Riedel Motors
I Florida Itun '0' H II dturere baa birch csblnets and built-lr night classes V. A. approved ilence of the claimant and must /*/ Lucle M Doucett

SPREADER SERVICE W, thenc. III' 0 II degrrea IC gas oven and rsngs. Utllitj Orlando Barber Collect be aworn to by the claimant"tbo Kiecuirli of the batata ofLouis
to I1.ll.II. Thence 10' II II de.Ereee 1389 attorney, or the same J. Doucetl,
room and car port. All this on 8. Orange Blossom Tr.CA .
F., thence. N' 16 degree / void according to deceased 21 EMMITT ST.GREEN'S .
.' thence N' II drgreea W large fenced lot Fruit and shsd S-5876 I.w. Thack.r and Thacker

EARL MURPHY .. H II d..,... W 104' trees. Picnic table and swing Thle' the llth day of October, Attorneys for ttnecutrlxP :
to point of beginning All land tOlu. O Box 117
Owner being a part of Lot I and 10 for children. Lost and Found CORALIE DABSCoralle Klaelmmee, Florida

I Township II H Range IIHendon Pries $10,500 Aversgs down I Baae.Kiecutrli of' Nov, I, 11, II, SI IlllftOTUH
Park Subdivision Ore the Eatat of
"" I "..t. orr"la County, Florida. psyment. LOST GLASSES Between Clinton H..., doceaaed

Phone 847.3821 I !WINK AND UKDBKED: tt Kle- Phone 847-4876 Nursing Home and Hwy. 441, Murray W. Overatreet.. Jr. FUEL

O: County. Florid I Return to Georgia Gal Elnora Attorney for Executrix TO CRFDITORft.
'r.miih ; Novemlier P. O Box lit ....
lOel. la Ik* 4 eert of She C eaaly .*. SERVICE
(Circuit Court Heal Real Estate for Rent I Woodwird Rewsrd.Services KlBBlmmee Florida 0.....'. I e..ty, Florida SALES
POST OFFICE BOX 141 KISSIMMEE, FLA. OLFNN HAY Nov I. II II, II, 1114 IN RK THK ESTATE OF 1 Phone 847.4171.-47.4172
/*/ Marjorie a Hays TWO, ONE bedroom spirtmenti. for Sale NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Deceased J Klulmme
Harry M HobbaAttorney NAAIIIJ LAW Cloud
Available for Phone 892-201l-St.
for I'lalntlffIlil sesion To all Creditor., Legatte., DI.
Madison Htreet LakesIde Motel & Apartment. LABOR pkeleterlB TO ALL WH(>>TiT trlbutaes, and all Persons having

PRESTIGE Tampa, Florida. Phone 847.4014.KITCHENETTES. (all 420-IOTT fHUCI MAY CONCERN: Claims or Demanda against aaldbatata Gas Delivery KUaimme

Nov II. H, Pea. I, 10, lilt Beat will upholster two. NOTKH II HEREsY on E. ; ; Robert O'Berry 847-3219
any 'Flctltloui You and each of you are
that to the
HOMES NOTUK TO DhPKND ROOMS and free piece when eult of furniture, labor Name pursuant Blatute," Section Ili 01 of notified. and required to pr. C. G. Tyner 847-4487

In the circuit Court of the Ninth trailer spsrtmems. By v neck from, us. Tea you, w*buy allp.cover the material tool the 1141 Florida Statutes, sent tiny claims :which I you, oreither Jimmy Jeffries o 892.4228
BUILT Judicial. Circuit In and for 1.C.II who are the onlypartie of you, ,may have againstthe
of Oareola, Btata of Florida I month or year Capitol Motel No money 410.0077.SINS down. term to pIeces. Interealed In the hereIn.after eetate of ARTHUR McK.I1RREN .

FOR YOU In Chancery No I7 l. JOH7SItYKKII A. G. Burns, owner Hwy ..U.U1.CUI. ? IPHOLITKRKRS: named bust neesent.rpniawIll deceased late of Oaceola Gas Service Klialmme
County, Florida, to the CountyJudge
Piafntiff. ., "
va. LOUIsE p cc. t proof publicationof
110 W,
SYKkH. Defendant NOTICE TOiKKh.ND Colonl.llJrln. Orlando thla Notice and reglater with .of saId County at his of- F. B. Ruundtres 847-4062
;_;;;_, __- | : The Htate of Florida the Clerk of the Circuit Court ofOeceola floe in the Court House at Kle. Bronion 8474570Leo
THREE MILLIONS OF rugs have been elmmee. Florida, within six calendar Emory
tu LOUIMB IYK :K. residence un. ROOMS and shower the fictitious
ByGeorge known. You are hereby notified Utilities furnished except cleaned with Blue Lu.t.... It'i i n o.tro:1:: : I SystemCo month. from the d... of Girourd 847-2061

L. that a Cult In equity for divorce gal America'! fineit. Rent electric I .," under which they are en. t Ih* tint publication of thin No. Robert Allen
ReynoldsFor hai been. brought agalmt you by Nicely furnlihed and clean, gaged In builnea at 14 N Blew tic*. bach claim or demand must
John dyke In the circuit Courtof quiet. Close in 21 Central B47 shsmpooer Par III Furniture art Ave Klaalmmae, OaceolaCounty b. In writing: and must state the
the Ninth Judicial Circuit In Company illorida. this IT day of place of reeldenca of the claim. Cloud
Gss St.
and for County of Oeoeola Btat* 4500. November A,D. loll. ant and must be sworn to by the Delivery

Further Information Call 8172266 of Florida I and you are \hereby MR. CHARLES B WHITE claimant, 1,11 agent or altorney, Kenneth Bledios 892.7695
eummoned ordered and required Nov. II. II. Dee I, 10, 1M4 or Oh. .ams will become void ao.
to file your written .n..r or Articles for Sale Murray W Overatreet, )t': i cording to law. Tom Morris 892-3IM
1405 700
-- --- - detente to the Complaint filed Kiaalmmee, Florida I. NQUCS UNDER FICTITIOUS ThIs the I day of November
herein agalnat you 4n th. ."u.. PINCER SLANT NEEDLE con. Attorney for Administratrix IT A1 ; NAMtI: LAW; 1004. t Cloud
a/ Alice H. Hraly Gal Serve St.
.. ; i For," ':: milled I ClerkTal*Clr.iUlt* !: ,th fourtin* pfflce Jndf oltk iota" Model remJ e*.e4 "Liks Nun I, II. II. ISiHeM r"TfV fcUJM M'iT f\ '."- /l. ...rAHra; M.lealrnbaerutrlx of th fcalaUW.: R;. E. Hall 892-2274

Florida. makes MAY CONCERN: *
Uateola button boles
| County,, al new, does Ninth Judicial Circuit ("ourt
I :! Arthur McK. Green, John Evsns 802-3482
& the Court Houe Kleelmmre,
Oaceola .
Economy Quality Zlg Zag stitches Bslsncs 61. County, Florid. Chano dereened
that the Fictitious
Florida, on or before the 14th No pursuant to
lall a
:I.. Phone day of Dec ember, A.I. lOll and 75 or take up payments of $7 82 err MART U KKKNE: JRH KEE.NB H. Mo, Name Ktatute." Section lit 01 of Phillip R for KehieyAltorney Executrix: Or Call

to err. a copy of curb anawer month. Phone 425-4516 IHERHON ANU BETTT KKKNB the 141 Florida Statutes the H.T. Simmons Mgr. 8474819J.
or defenaea Thacker and per Undersigned who are the onlypartlea I'l O Box tail ,
t "Fres home LUNUBEHO, as T rsat... and hereinafter II East MonumentKla.Immne. 847-5582
Tharker plaintiff attorney.herein demonstration. not a* Individuals Interacted In the R Crowell
undsr that
847-4021 .dd,... I Pat named bualneaa enterprise I Florida
whoa *
Call day or night certain Trust .
Nov I, II, H, II. tOld
-= tifllr Hoi 117 Klaelmmee, IIept.mber I, l fl..n.tmJ:: will preeent proof of publicationForge
Florida or bejor. paid del., of this Nolira and regiat.r wIth I
May I, ll 4, recorded In the
a* required by .law. If you fall to FIVE TRUCK LOADS OF Counties of Orange. Lake and the Clark of the Circuit I Court ofOaeeola

.. do 'o, a decree pro confeieo will USED FURNITURE AND Oareola, State of I1ionide. and County"Osceole FlorIda' th. tic.titioua .
be entered against you for the PLUMBING MART O KEKNK, Plalnllffa, va. name /
Extra relief demanded In the Com SUPPLIESDAVENPORT MONROE C. UAITHEH, ET At under which they are engaged In
QualitylUoduAtNo ,
plaint ELECTRICAND lfrndanta SUIT TO UUIbT b business t North Orange Bloasom > REALTORAMAWHYTHROWj

ITNKKH my hand aa Clerk of PLUMBINGKAY TITI.K. NOTICE OF SUIT THE Trail, Klsslmme. Oaceola
said Circuit Court and th* coal STATIC OF FLORIDA TO Mon. County, Florida. thla IT day of
of laid Court at Klenlmmee, tie. November AD. 1114MR .
roe C. hither and W C. .
Extra Uallher
CoatMember cenla County, Florida, on thl % Bans Guitar $15000 her huaband. address and residence CARL a OLAftR
I7lh day of November A.U., ..... Call 847-4114 after 6:00 Mon. unknown If alive, and If Nov. II, II, Dee. I. 10. 144KOTICH ;

Osceols County Builders Assn. Clerk 11 Olenn I of the lur Circuit Court day through Saturday. they their, or unknown lthr' of heirs them, are devisees dead,, TO IMKDITOHf \

OereoU County, Florida In the Court of th* County Judge,
trt Ct CORVETTE 64 STINGRAY like assignees, llenor* or (ceola. (County FloridaIN RENT MONEY
r"6'h.rker creditor, Tbs McKoy Land Com.
i OSCEOLA CEMENT Atlorneya r for plaintiff new. R A H. 4 speed 365 HP pany, a dissolved Florida I for. FLORA K. AUCH I
oration B. A. McKoy,
KlMlmmee, Florida 411 poiltrsctlon $389500. Will llraxton i.ctaid J
Ueacham. A. ...
PRODUCTS, INC. Nuv II. Il. txa. I, 10. lOll Irsde. Phon. 802-4496. U B. Kphaler and C J Cormm.a* To all Creditor. Lagateea, (>1.. AWAY?

officers and directors at the time trlbuteei, and all havingClalma '
Neptune Road Klaalmmre) IN TUB!: vf the dissolution of said corporation or .. .r..rrn laid

CoUNTY JU1HIK COURT and a* trustees ef the Estate:
OM FOLA COUNTY FLORIDAIN property of Th. McKay Land You and each ot you .r. .
HB: KMTATM. OFJOHN TO \V-HOMBITAW Company, a dlaaolved corpor. notIfied and required to pr.
M CAI .:U DeceaeedNOTHH MAT CONCKHNNOTICE : : ation and the unkeown sent sey claims which I you, oraither

TU I HHIII-OKi... .. IS HEREBY OIVEN In interest tru..... of you' may have egain.tthe BUY
To All Credltora, Dla that pursuant to the 'Fictitious or any other party claiming, by. estate or Flora K. Aurh. d*. NOW FOR HOMESTEAD SAVINGS
ROTHROCK SEPTIC tribute**, and all Peraona HavingC'lalma under : sal4 I late ef Oacola County
Name Htalule" S. through or agalnet ceaao
ctlon "' of
Demand Agalnat aald ot BUYS
the lOll Florid Htatutea, theunder.l.n.d. dleeolved corporation) Kth I Florida. to the County Judge .
Kelat .immons Mo.groe and aid County al hla office In the '
You and each of you ar* hereby liartle lnleratd, who In the herein.only Mo..rov.. her huaband W.lter who.a 'ourt Hous at Klselmme. Florida AND 59 A MONTH. .
TANK CO. notified nd required to prevent *
after named buslnea ..nlenlri.Swill place of residence and poet office within all calendar months
clalina which or .
any you present proof of address I. Route I, Horn from th* date of the first publication WE HAVEHUNDREDS
either of may have agalnat I publicationof
you Center Road. Wllloughby Ohio of this Nolle Bach claimor
thl ;
Notice and
tide reelster with
H. de-
of John
the e.lale 1.1111.- demand. mu.t b In wrltlni
WacOonou.h and Allan *
CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS ,'eae.d, la I'tho: Oaceola County.ofOnceola Oweola the Clerk County of th* ,Circuit Florida Court, the of J. .rIJunou.h, her IIu.b.nd and must slat the place of "..1. OF HOMES
Florida, to County Jvdg whose place of resld.nce ae4po.t deere of the claimant and mu.t For Your Cnoks-AB
fictitious PICKS Kinds-All Pricei-AII Sizes
Florida, at Kle.elrmnee .m. under t
CNiunty office .ddr.. I. lilt Aahe.viii. b* sworn to by the claimant, hi.
SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE FOR EVERY : all I ccl'coder which they sr* enaarred I* bu.l.r'c .
NEED Florida within
I Hiuhway stturney or the same COM TO J
at Veehsw IHAH
month. from the dale of :' FlorIda n In.t Osc North Carolina. ; Edith C. Herman ilnt..::... void'aocordlns to RIM. I

i CEMENT WORK-280 Gallon Grease Traps the tic,tInt Each publication claim or demand of. this moatbe no. of November Mr A,U.., tIll day and whoa M* Olive H Harmon of realdence, her husband and I.Th,* the 10 day of October. :

I In writing and munt a Me the Hasrloodward Plrkensoodwar4! : Peat[ office address Is TKtonMeorgla I....

,: is YEARS EXPERIENCEK. aridrcai place of of reeldenc the claimant and poal-offir.nd be Nov II. I). II. I. 1144 alngle woman: Rebe.ah, ....0.C.. )place Miller ot a l i/Phillip Phillip H: R Kelley Kelley FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS

worn cllmant, hie' ageatur residence and Fxcutor of the Estate of
totr'.b.r: NOTICE Of INTENTION TO whoa post office

J C. ROTHROCK, Owner and Operator berum volil according or th* came to law will y&i 1'llIl'HAROR I"'I.I'ATION FOR address neva C la H.nlg I'elham. and Ueorgla.Ludwla; tie: Flora R KelleyAttorney K Auch, deceaaedPhillip ,

Thla the 11th day of November, INC.
Henlg' huaband. whose olreildeac for Executor
IN "' place
I Located at Klftslmmee Transit-Mix Co. 1M*. KnoiAa in.w 'ii.fir..THE and poet office ..ddre.ha .. fj II. Hox ell I:

K.t.o. tIIICF.OLA ( IS Indermer. Wayne, : Eat Monument Ace
: Admlnlatratrls Cadet ofCatele IN HE: Tltlc'tI'NTy$ TE't..F"10* lennyl anlat; ANU the unknown XI"lmm.'N Florida NOTE NEW ADORISS AND PHONE NUMBER
ot John H.
heir davlaeea. legateea, .elan.eee I. II. ... II. lOll
PHONE IteceaeedIII deceased. \\lTHENHruO.V. ,II 1 edo,., creditors, : other 'R-r- 1600 W. VINI (VINI AT THACKER]
.: F liavl '
claiming by, through.
persona *r
847.3524'I. M..lmme., Florida IN PRORATE JUDICIAL ClRCt't+ PHONE 847-44S1
under Mrs. Lulu Bass
AdmtnletratrU, IT MAT CON. L1. COUNTT
Attorney for IN OHI'EOUA ,
N. daughter of M H Porter, d*
Nov, IC, I1'eC. NOTICE!: IS HFREIIT OIVEN reseed: all. unknown heir. I..*. FLu. .KII>AIV
\ THAT have filed final report t.... d........ .,.nt... e.d see.dde .. : CHAM'FRT' NO HIT
.J Kautor of my the Kalateof SpOUdS of 94 N. Port.r. de.c.aaei JUDITH LOLISK BIRUE8S, t tl'I.lntllt N..7tvi.T 11n'

Call EVA MAE: \MTHEH8IVO.N; : and isy and all. p.raonactainsinl '
dereaaetl. I asy right till. Sr is.terost '" :
that have filed I pell- '
Parks I.II'-'I lioN 1 for final dlschari and that is end to the property IIILLIE JOE. hIKOE88.IJef.nd.n& .
I will apply to thc llonurabl ierlnafter deicrlbed, located I"
j .... rt.*ap< Mep.l* Ik I* Johnson County Judge of ecola County, Florida AWl tltON'E' :
(trol l ounty, Florida, on the VOTItK or HIT
14th day of December (ERN:
tOll for
..... ..'''t' approval of same and for final North half IN U) of the TO: BIlLIE: JOE mmitugtfv .
diacher Northeaat quarter (NIC U ofnectlon Cheater U Burgee
as Eoenulop of th. K.
late r' 11, Tswaehlp II Sooth ISle t Lear Nigh
, 111'11011; d.r.a..d. Ha"fh..l' East. T.uo talwKtm Ohio!
: ; NOTIFIEDthat
All part of the 00uthweslquarter
1. aul" day ot October AD
EASY TO ..1.. lWti. ) of the North", a Complaint for Dlverre haah
., and
filed .1.
Nslhe.Inh) Jon** cad. quarter NE: 4t lyinglarkway e ,oil you
Nathanitl: oneoEterstor Ea.t 01 the lu".Mn. I"c. ar. required I* some a tony of
use (Anawer r pleading to the
! HEATERS of the Relate 01 Section II. Township
Complaint oa th Plaintiffs' at*
BUY EVA MAC: V ITHk.RSrVON.TtlACKKH II South. Haag la East, aai *
.r..Md. All that part of the NorthwestQuarter lorny, GEORGE CLAPHAIf.
\ : AND TRACKER NW H" > : of I. North Court Aveave FocI Of. GAS ($

I FOR SALE Ho. II?. kl..I......, ria. the Suashln 'JI.f..I.t tic Box I**! drlaado. Florida
16r Bad file the original Aaawer orleaalsg
II Ally f"r K.*cutor action II.' Tewaehip PoetRcTCII ,
I etflc af the
In the
Md. ..a.w..... ked II tolled Nov, It. II, ||. Dee. I. IMI : Kaet IS HEFtEST GIVEN Clerk ot th* Circuit Court on or DEUVEIVES ?

...".*. y" k..r humane* (r*. 171 THJI: hat Plaintiff have laatltuted before the 4th day of December.IMi. ..

J ........... If y., 4.,,'| ilwwaMpW .... ('()\'NTY H'a>...'w 'k. r..v stilt aaalnet ,.. In the above. If yea coufeae fall ta will do a be., takeuacalast a decree AHO ,

wh. tall H *f the ......,, : OIIl.'EJLCO ':IY. FLORIDA. Court .. Qalet th Till above U the deocribedropany. Plain.ffe pee yo. far th* relief ...

I .wK.. ...rlta. H, r*..*MH may *.... .._. OVERHEAD TYPI IN RK: CKTATK: OF '( to. sad* that. ye* ar* her. ..".... la the CoajipUInt. .. OacMlaCounty. SERVICE : .

, II a* 41..tIftt. _. "; GAS HIATERSIITANT MARTHA CHOWDER.: .H.**... t iy r* julre4 t*> *.* *. *r file DATED al
\ .... Florida thia Ird day
N TICK Oil' ,.ur written ..f. oa or be- _
...ISU4 IS.OM INTKNTION TO tore ........... II. U'" with the ... .....
,. lot ... tOg ..Ie side. ... ., MAKIArriKAtioo GLENN RAY Clerk ef the Ctrfaltl lie CKICCS im. tnlmirt I* *MT Owuta < ..tktactlaa. >
hap .. ..
.. f.... .
e .lical.. ...... Is l Peg bov* Court and serve a copy
........ ITU sstsst, rslsry *. f I.cosla WHa war wa nnsrte .
e.t. He in s wleea. ... coo teeth so .... ri>".. IMStMiMUK thereof *>n (ha blaw named Atoraer. Cci's l c Coualy, FlorIdatclrcott taat .ruSaM sad sW*

few .bee. beth I. and kin .. dud ".. i..... the tent .1 11_. Cell"."... steed. f.... ItilSilf 'SIIIZNOt ro AU. WHOM IT MAT CON.NUTICK .* a Decree Pro C af aaovlll BY Court/./ teal MarUrl* It. Hay tnmmt atom taunt** ahM Mr *n riln4 taa* ear taw*

wIth H lrrsl '... fa*. CERN IS HEREBY GIVES' 'ho M"I tales sialaal P.S. *.ttll. Deputy ClerVM 7w <*a ahray S>*M4 M s r* ak*> 95. apply.GREEN'S .

ltiOtirUk '71 that Mae rklaasf ... filed kr above Court at K, **. (. It II. If. lOll

JOB BIG 1IFFFJtFVCE'LUPFER'S fInal ...'.... .. 4"'wr (>a' la .'oust?. FtorMa. thwtVaWVIT lmmalst.lyCnt t.'TA .1 the Estate .1 Martha 14 uAV'SEAL! FUELAL
t'"..... .-... ; that *k* has C *>>
.ct Rsilsth H.*jkl sCody's flied rtltla for Flaal l>..- GLENS: RAT

change .aM that eke will apply Clera *f th* abev O rt
t. lax Haa* (I. P. Jobs. ...*. &1.....* a Jewer* D.C Patronize Your TH E WatuhAt juiiYt
..'..alf Judge .t OacMla, C*.aty, rkllll.8JR. Kelley GAS r i I
..I....... *a the Ttk 4.r .! ,,... pea* Office a.o 1411 r
....*.r. 11'" fr *..r*"al *faa II East Mea_e*| Av*.)
1 1"]( *>* ..< fr .irkr.* aaaamlaltiratrti .ieaimges FloHdaM MerchantNabcrhood
CTA .f the estate II. 14, Ue* S. IS. IMI PARKS FURNITURE CO. U
.4 Marta Crv .r. Ssraasii.Tkla i
Insurance Agency ... 4f .1 MYaiak. .r. IN THE CIUCITT COCHT Or .

1918.1964 10 VERONA rklaaaf. OF OSCEOLA USStMMH ST. CLOUDPare
A ail ltraiHi CTA -< tk* STAtS OF FLOtU&A.IN .
12 )'4 T Th. Ivk-$47.4121 Katal *f Martha &**4r. CHANCERY JIlt}. .4.l 141-4171 191.2011 -
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Gazette, Klsdram, Florid. NOT :.". mi-.Pag* Seven Communicants Intercession City NewNeighborhood ther from heart attack in
\ T...., Group Plans to Write
Present TalentsA The BtunVard family have

,. had guest from Pennsylvania.Mr. Success
.; i. "," custom, established three Supper and Mra. Ray Ankrum ProjectThe
,r Idli.: ... !',t] t'l (W'1 years ago of Meaataf leavesof of West Virginia are living In
'I "il't'" bread at the ThanksgivingDay Mra. Hamihon'a house.
'lWrrI parish eucharlit, and given Held at Ralph SwinglesBy The Rev. Lowell Huffman St. Cloud Hospital Auxiliary of work started by the hospital
to each person present, will brought kla mother, Mrs may this year complete auxiliary in 19M. The funds
be observed at St. John's Episcopal : Ita underwriting of "* ,000 In have been raised through pro-
Church at 10 o'clock. Mr*. D. C. Owlet a fellowship Urn with InsplraUonal Grace Huffman of Plymouth, funds for equipping the 8t jU of the orgaittastlM and
I The people will also present A neighborhood -togotb. pro..m.Preee4ti"c Indiana to her home here, and Cloud Hospital kitchen, a* contribMttena, Mra. Geel .....
*r" copper "H at the been Ole dinner, a aer?. hat been enjoying a few days cording to Mra. J. W. feel,
Next of tile
their talent at the altar assymbolised of Mr. Ralph Swlngl bet Ice I* to be held, at the Men of er delightful Florida Fall autiHary preeMent. avxIKtry prat.Jects
la baaaar to be givenon
by the article they Thursday "tIII,,<<. rlson Memorial Church, under weather.Mra. The new hospital was opened Saturday, Dec. I at the
bring, for example, one will Mr. SwlBfWi daughter and th* leadership of the paster. Callie Lore I la spending oa March III, 1964 with the Community House on Eighth
bring a book he wrote; another husband, Mr. and Mrs. Howiej; the Rev. J. C. Baynum. The the Winter at the Orlando.Mr. home. of her compUte kitchen In It because avenue and Ohio street In St
and service Is from 1080 11:80 IOn Wesley In
and hit ton and wife, Mr. : -
torn fruit she canned; a Mr*. Gerald Swingle, are rUtU with the Revs II. B. Kreider and Mra Barbee, of tltl \40tQbr boy made a pair of bookends he tog for a Urn. and C. J. Prldfeon speaking North Carolina parked their Mrs. Albert Marshall from all day from I a.m. to
r ; a girl may bring a baton Mr. and Mr*. Mired, of Mrs. Alice Atkinson and )lr, travel trailer at the General Ohio p.m.The
she learned to twirl this Mississippi!, are living in the Olin light hats been hospital Store, and stayed overnight The November meeting of organisation will offer
year. Rev. M. Wendell Halnlln Samuel Young houN.FrI.nd. ised In Klsslmme during the put week, lookingover the Civic Association met on booths Including needlework,
will be the celebrant and the our community at pottU the Jewelry, white elephant, ehl.dren'l .
of the Rev Merlin Among those who have been evening of the 9th In the
preacher. The altar will bedecor.ted ble future retldenta.Mra. baked goods and a
Bldwell-Missionary from the welcomed back during the past Dining Hall.
with and bar.Countlans.
grapes Philippines, have been clad to week are Mr. and Mrs Guy Mary Frankenfleld The president the Rev. H. snack
bread. greet him. He spoil at the Oshorne, from Greensboro spent three days In EutUt B. Kreider, was In the chair, will not only be
This Sunday, Dr. John W, Missionary Convention which North Carotins t and Mr. ansi during the put week called the meeting to order by able to get many Christina
: Mulder will preach at the 9:30: was held In Klsslmme Free Mrs. Albert Nichols from Mra. Edna Kamhout enter the devotional period conduct gift Items but help this worth
z Family Service and at the Methodist Church. Whlpple, Ohio talned I life-long friend, Mra. ed by the Rev. J. II. Morning- while undertaking reach a suecestful -
11 o'clock Eucharist. His topic Mr, Roy Swaney hat return. D II r i Illc the Mlnlsterlum Grace Gorham and Mrt. Dade star climes, Mrs Geel said.
will be of ecumenical Intereston *d from Ohio, where he was which convened at the Pilgrim Johnston of Covlngton Indiana The choir extended hearty Persons unable to attend the
L the subject "The Twelve called by the death of a sister, Holiness Church last week, the the Jut of the week. greetings to a number of bsiaar but wishing to help
Gates of Heaven" Mrs Talma DunUp. Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Bsjrnum, Among our Winter guettt guests and recently returned may make contributions for
: % There will be a corporate A community Thanksgiving entertained their son, the Rev to return are Mrt. Ada Dick members of the Association the hospital auxiliary to Mrs
communion service of men and dinner It planned to be held at Ralph Bajrnum of Miami and Wheeler from Pensylvanlt; The nominating committee (* eel, 1714 Fifteenth street,
CAROLYN WINSLOW REV. MERLIN BIDWELL boys at 6.30 pm, followed by the Dining HalL All reports granddaughters Debbie and Mr. Samuel Ferris and daugh which report at the December > ?t. Cloud.
a pancake supper served by from such previous gathering U... tr Genevieve from Michigan; 7th meeting, Is composed
the Senior Episcopal Young are that a bountiful feait It Mrs Teals Cox has received Mr. and Mra. 11. B. Schmidt of Braydon Meyers, Ralph I Be Naborlu
'Filipinos Under Fire, Churchmen spread; which it followed by word of the Illness of her la.I from Kansas| and Mr. and Welsh, and D 0. Owlett

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noted missionaries will China during the war. Stationed TRADITIONALNER
be guest speakers this week at at Ping Tung near an G ..:
the Klulmme Free Methodist air force base, Mrs. Winslowhas TNANKSGIVIN ,r M4 i :
church, the Rev. W. A. Schiele, been conducting an English 1: I
pastor, has announced. Bible class for officers khv \r ,. \
Mrs Carolyn Winslow, miss and other servicemen and has 'c+ REStAURANt I\
sionsr -athor, will be the seen a number of them become J.J
guest speaker Saturday at 7:30: converts to Christianity. SPECIAL I
I p.m. and Sunday at the 11 a.m. Mr. Bidwell and his wife tout oa JUICI 19_ REDUCTION SALE ON
service. The Rev Merlin Bid- have been serving a* short- AND IISING i
well will be the speaker Fri. term Free Methodist missionaries nNDla1UaUT : THIS WEEKS SPECIAL! SAFETY ALLWEATHER
day and Sunday at the 7.30: to the Philippine Islands TIRES
p.m. services. For the past three year they CHOICI Goa yt4flNot Hotta GOLF PRACTICE SIT-Iadedlal 791,
"Filipinos Under "Ire and have lived and worked on Mindanao cholc O11 Ask About Our low Prlca.
011'1.a Mgt Slid 4 Flock lelh .. .. 97'TRY
Flood" will be the theme of the second largest of C.I.; ry on -- ---
the meetings opening Fridayat 7,083 Islands that constitute CoH., T :frylllk N. LUBRICATIONFREE I I
the church. the Philippines "The Island of Pumpkte.' C.rn..t SUPER ANAPAC
Mrs Winslow has just com Mindanao," Mr. Bidwell says, .
pleted 'Tier second fiveyearterm "Is the frontier of the Philippines I
of service as a Free and can be compared to WITH OIL CHANOE AND THIS ADV.
Methodist missionary on the the wild west of the States In ,LIo"e1'.00 .
,crowded Island of Formosa. pioneering days. UntiPrecent- CHINS' COLD 'AILITS NASAL INHALER
Mrs. Winslow went as an could be reached o NASAL SPRAY
ly all area
experienced missionary to Formosa only by boat on waterways." COUGH STaU'
having served for five Concerning mission work In PLUS AN AVALON TUMBLER. 1

hazardous of war Honan.years After In the the the Philippines, Mr. Bidwell TIRES FOR EVERY SIZE AND PURSE.

clot province of China to missionaries, stated mission"I field believe where there there is Is no agreater _' th, t .. ,,own name en dr.uv'l A-l DRIVIWAY SERVICE.

Mrs. Winslow spent several opportunity, need, and
to the Christian mes
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and youth groups.Since will be showing slides and :: ate:
l111i3, she has been
serving Free Methodist in Formosa missionaries with other curios dress. The and public displaying Is invited native to .. ROBERSON'S REX All DRUG 1112 N. MAIN ST. PHONI 147.3097

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Th Casette, KltilmntM, Florida, Nov 26, 1964--Pagt NinPlayers Heady forTangelo


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'\,.. ., .".. .' '; '' By Mike Haaklns ,f/-'
Th. Osceola High Kowboy "
'i.L.} "brought home the bacon 5I /F
:.. Friday night by defeating th. I I
St. Cloud Bulldogs 28 to :S. .
I They defended and held their ,
title ... "County Champs" and
were presented the coveted a
chnmploqthp trophy by the

of the Week Klsslmmee Jayeees > "

The Game to Come

-, -"- -- There ', no irgularlr ache-

d'lled game fur the krwhnyt
this weekend." They will rest
somewhat and get ready to
L meet Eustla In the Tangelo L OUT IN THE OPEN-Jim Crum It out In the open a* he mad

Bowl next Friday night .": a run In Friday' game, bringing his total yard for the season
n" no to 1)40) yards In 208 carrl| for a 8.5 average per run. Other
Last week the Kustls: grid A TOUCHDOWN for the Kowboys wa scored by Terry Roberta, shown carrying the ball, In top men were Orte Preston with 87? yards In 60 carries for 4 06
derv Mt Dora and end-
ed lost to Mid- the second half of the game Friday night St Cloud'* Tim William and Johnny Crow try vainly per carry and Terry Roberta with 443 yards In SO carries for a
them for the
Lakes up tying Conference clismplon- to atop him (Photo by, Eby) five-yard average (Photo by Eby)

ship. The Panther record far It bounced off his fingertips
e' now elands at 6-S. This week a* he leaped for It near the
they will tangle with the unbeaten end tone. The Kowboy fancy Tangelo Bowl
Wildwood Wildcat. attempt ended the first half In
Game Tickets
style with the Kowboy unit
Friday's Win out in' front, 146.
Placed Sale
Th Bulldog took the openIng on
Th. Kowboy remained on kickoff of the third quay|
t r \ top and brought their title of ter and set up play on their "y v Tickets for the Tangelo
l "County Champs" back to Kli- own S3. The St Cloud grid- Bowl football game In which!
simmee with them last Friday den were able to move to the the Klsslmme Kowboys will
EUGENE SPEIRS JIM CRUM after soundly defeating their opposite end of the field to the meet the Eustl Panther are
? Top LinemenEugene IWIt Beck annual rivals, the St. Cloud Kowboy 83 where Dymmek on sale at Broadway Pharm
Bulldogs, 28-18. This win ended rushed In. He snagged a Bulldog .
Spelrs, ton of Dr. Jim Cram, son of Mr. and the Kowboys' regular reason pass at the 24 and rushed acy.Max Water principal of
and Mr. E. R. Spelrs, was Mr*. Jack Crum war named with a fine 7-3 record. The back to the 28. The Kowboy t i tdl Osceola High School said the
named Lineman of the Weekas Back of the Week. He playedan Bulldogs tallied just the opposite began to strike at the Bulldog r, } school will get IS percent of
a result of his play In the outstanding offensive game .t season's ended, a 3-7 line again and with the same the advance ticket sale revenue
St. Cloud-Kowboy game. He Friday night, gaining 160 record. success as before. They movedto and urge all fan planning
played a fine defensive ram.a yards in 28 carries for over The Osceola grldders took the St Cloud 17 where Half on attending the game
\ center leading the third five yard avenge per carry the opening kickoff at their back Terry Roberta shot off s to buy them here before II
quarter surge and an excellent He also scored a TD In the own 80 and Immediately revealed the right side of the Kowboyline f noon the day of the game.
defensive game at linebacker.He process This Is Jim' fifth their running power and went for his first of : Student ticket are being
also Intercepted a pass time to receive this backfield old at the school,
They drove to the Bu"dcg! lit, two scores for the evening.
and mad a nice run back. honor. but lost the ball on a fumble Parker converted and the

Steve Adam. picked up the Kowboys Increased their lead
M1 ---- fumble for the Bulldog\ 11 and to 21.11.
found running room down to The Bulldogs took the kick- KOWBOYS WIN IT-/Tha Oaceola High Xowboy one more gained posMtalon of the coveted] YAMAHA CYCLES
the Kowboy 35 yard line. In off again and returned to County Champion Trophy Friday night when they defeated the St. Cloud Bulldog, Bob
the next play, the Kowboy their own ST. This time, they Gehrett, representing the Jaycees, who sponsor the trophy, I la shown presenting It to Kowboy Sold, & Sarvkri ly
were" caught off guard. Johnny were not able to move for a Co-Caplalna Steve Parker and Eugene Speln, as Bulldogs Johnny Crow and Oscar Simmons
Crowe let lose with one of first down and had to punt look on. Also watching the presentation were St Cloud Coach Burke Chlsholm and Osceola' JOHN McDIVITTi
I roM his many aerials of the night The Kowboy returned the Jack Ysarwood. (Photo by Eby) auoii 'r1.naOM.IIA.
and this went for touch. to the 41 where they Phene 1-4411
one a punt
as a fumble gave the Bulldog for one yard lathe 11 and shota to $8-18. le ..... .
down. Tim William pulled In started to move again. A op's aq iwM4i1MMP.L '
possession Their attempt to pus to Tim William for the The Bulldogs\ tried to score
the pass for the Bulldog score steady drive up the middle put
Crowe attempted the conver- the Osceola 11 on the four move war unsuccessful and St Cloud score, with only! 23 from their own 40, but could sally 5,0 UL II I'M.AlIlllil
the took over againon seconds to play, Crow kicked
don kick but missed and the where Roberta went over for Kowboys not and the Kowboys reigned
isA Bulldogs stepped out In front the score Parker booted for the 16. fur the conversion and the supreme In the annual rivalryfor III
6 to O. his fourth extra In a row and This time the Kowboys d*. Bulldog narrowed tile margin the second year In a row
The Kowboys took the St brought the Kowboys' lead to sided to try the air Dymmsk I
Cloud kickoff once again and 28 to 6.Adams. fired a beautiful long pass to
took the kickoff forth Wingback Gary Land but a
lit up play on their own 17. >>
They drove all the way Into Bulldog and they set up St Cloud back rushed In and .
the 81. tried It out of the air
the second quarter and downA play on They to snagged on
io tit! BilldcwilS. Gary Dym- move on rum, but could not the Bulldog ... The Bulldog
-'r WE?wlrUQkcK took a handoff and Crow connected: In the moved to the 42 and Simmons America's most popular cars!
ard' went around left end air for 22 yard and a fiat broke loose to the 26 when h* <
for the Kowbo,*' first of four down on the Kowboy 47. This fumbled. The Kowboys took
touchdown. Steve Parker time the passing was not so over only to fumble them So place your order now for dtlivtry on the hautiful
successful. Eugene Spire linebacker selves giving the ball to the
kicked for the conversion and
Isi* I Il+/ iC J tE... the Kowboy took a slim one- took a St Cloud aerial Bulldog on the Kowboy 80. new kind of '65 Chevrolet thafi right for you/
lead. out of the blue and rushed Crow went to the air again,
BUCK CONTEST-Tom Addison, left, and Ed Partln are shown from the IS back to the SI. In and pat Interference by the
above with Ed' eight point buck which he her entered In the This time the Bulldog unit the next play, the Kowboy Kowboy moved the St Cloud
Big Buck contest Others reported have been Ellis Davis seven took the kickoff and began spirits were torn down some grldder to the IS. Crow. ran
pointer, Leonard Hansel! eight pointer and Melvin Johnson' play on their own 8S. They 1
four pointer. Several turkey have also been reported as well a* pounded the Kowboy and and OUR
quail by Dr. William Sippel. (Photo by Eby) moved to the 47, but no farther IAIOAINIU' OMN HOUSI

and were forced to punt SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29 I tOO. SiOO P.M.
Oscar Simmons booted for the
Bulldog and the ball took a COMI TO OUI OfflO AND fOllOW TM Off HOUSI HOW #
Aids Youth
Tupperware ProgramTupperware good St Cloud bounce to the FLORIDA REALTY COUNSELORS, INC
Kowboy 7. The Osceola grid- 1600 Wot Vino [Vino ot Thee"'.,) f&
Home Parties, May, airtime will be 4.30 p.m. den moved quickly to the 83 M7.44J1FUEL
Inc Is sponsoring one of the on Channel S. where halfback Orie Preston -- "--
18 Junior Achievement companies Junior Achievement I I. a national broke loose and went 62 yard '"$ CkttrvUt"' ''' Sfori Cons
in the Central Floridaarea. program which has aa before being caught from be.
The companies present its objective the teaching of hind and brought down on the lower wi comfort that'll have
a weekly variety entertain. "how Achievement to run a business of Central" Junior Bulldog flve-yard line. Twplay ) OIL 05 ChitvroUt Impala' ipanilvf Iff longer can, Ming, erblt tnviou many
WESH tele
ment program on
later, Jim Crum went
victor every Saturday Florida la In Its fourth year over from the one for the KEROSENE AND FUEL OIL
The weekly program "Spot.JIht" of operation. With the guidance .
score. Parker boo ./ for the
different of WESH adviser, the
will salute a extra and the Kowboys moved FOR PROMPT HOMI DELIVERY SERVICI CALL M,
\ teenage companies purchase
Central Florida communityeach
more solidly out In front, 14-6.
week featuring Inter. airtime and program props
vl n, singers dancers band from the television station. Parker kicked off for the BASS FUEL OIL
and other variety entertain The company' income I I. derived Kowboys and the Bulldogs returned 1 1'ale
ment The.program Saturdaywill through the sale of ad. to the 42. With only a KISSIMMEE M7.30JJ
be aired at I p.m. Beginning vertiiing to Interested area short time to play, Quarterback
December 5, through sponsor Crowe went to the air,
but could not complete any 1
and the Kowboys gained possession IM1IIII .
on their own 45. The 1IIIEIa
CAGER PRACTICEBy OFFICIAL REELECTED Osceola unit drove to the Bulldog h V HEAT1NO OIL WITH STA-OIAW 'If Cbftttt Malib Suftr ffpert Crepe

Mike Haaklaa Max E. WttUteln, presidentand 85 where the Kowboys
The Osceola High School general manager of Florida pulled a fast on. on every '68 Chevwllej Malibu It'l smoother, 4ultr! >with Vl'i available that com on up
Basketball team gathered for Telephone Corporation, wee body End Gary Templeton I to 850 hp itronf That' right360.T'j ,
their first practice session of reelected to the Board of Directors was sent In to throw the ball
the 1964-65 season Monday of the U. 8 Independent and Gary Dymmek waa sent It'III
Coach Pete Fawbush an. Telephone Association. out to catch It. Templeton let
flounced that there are four Florida Telephone operate loose with a long peso and
lettermen returning from last the Klaslmmeo-St Cloud area Dymmek was In the open but

yea's squid. They are Alan exchange. the pass,fed, him a little too.
Starling Tom Frfesner. Gary -
Land and Richard Blevina. -..

There I* also considerable :
strength coming up from the
B-sqnad of last year.
Donald Rlnkus will be coach
Inc the B-squad for the second
year. 'H Cusp lJ Nees NLha Sodas


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xml record header identifier 2008-12-01setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title The Kissimmee gazette.News & gazettedc:subject Newspapers. -- Kissimmee (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Osceola County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )dc:description Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).b Funding Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funding Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.Kissimmee Valley Gazette,dc:date November 26, 1964dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)373292 (ALEPH)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Osceola -- KissimmeeUnited States of America -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida