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VOL 71-NO. 52 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA, THURSDAY DECEMBER 3. 1964 Two Sections-Price 10 Cents

Commission Production Beffins4ionday '

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Depositions ,

Begin Today At New Kissimmee fitapstry

Osceola County Commission-
era and Tax Assessor Wade
Lanier are to be questioned Kissimmee' newest industry
today and tomorrow by at plant to dart production Monday 1
LIKE CHRISTMAS-Brotdwty hat been readied for the Christmas parade to be held lent one attorney for landowner J. J. (Jerry) Longbrske,
Friday evening at 6 o'clock with gay light from Drury to Emmett Street Sure will remain protesting Increasedtax plant manager and vie president -
open Friday night for the shopping convenience of the resident. Photo by Eby) assessments. Cir'ciit.Court said yesterday. Announcement .
Clerk Glenn Ray has received that the Precision Mold
filed notices that the depotl- A Tool Co., InN was moving
Santa Special Feature: lions are to be taken to Klsslmme from Orlando
k Commissioners Tom Bumby, was mad Tuesday morning at
Oren Brown and Harrlt Daniel the Kissimmee Chamber of
face the questioning today, Commerce office 4.
Parade Opens Christmas from 2 p.m. on Friday, Corn. Th light Industry will be
mliiionert L. J. Harvey and housed In the former Gen Carale .
Chester Barber along with building 115 N. Main St
Tax Assessor Wade lanier Arrangement fur the reloca
Shopping Season Friday will have their turn. tlon were mad through cooperation ,
In filing the notice of depotlUont of Ralph Dearmin
Reid McWhlrtcr local builder developer, Chamber .
attorney for the landowner, of Commerce and City of
The holiday season In Kis and the Fireman'! Auxiliary, ary Chapel. said, "The deposition ere being Klsslmme official
simmee will be officially ushered Several band and marching Alto participating will be taken for purposes of dla. Longbrake signed a long I
in tomorrow with its big unit will be teen: the Otce the Road Runner Junior Drum coy,,,, for uu at evidence term lease on the building with
annual Christmas parade to ole High School Kowboy band, and Bugle) Corp. and for such other uses and Dearmin Tuesday morning at
begin at 5 p.m. the Osceola Junior High band The Santa Claus float will purposes at art permitted under the C of C. office. Partlclpat- ,I A
The parade will form at the the Kitslmtne High School be built by Park and Recreation the Florida rules of civil Ing In the event were Dearmin
lakefront proceed from Monument band, the St. Cloud High Director Bill Palmer and procedure and other applicablelaw Manager Bob Berllntky, rep
to Broadway, then down School band, the Bobby Jo Ho- his "Plratet." It will be the ," resenting the Chamber and
Broadway and back to Monument dale Marching Unit, and Calv. last float In the parade. City Manager Charles Tyson, I
At the end of the parade representing the city. reeJw
route, marching and walking Itcliccnsc Long brake wa officially
unit will return to the Ink- Ste Cloud Tourism Still welcomed to Kltslmme by .
front while all float and ej>- Manager Charles Tyson who
tries participating for prlset Asked for pledged the rlt,'* help. "We 4. d J -1
go to the Sunrise Shopping Continuing to Increase are happy to have you and r.

Center for judging. Rest Home your plant In Klsslmme and .,
Most Klsslmme businesses If at any time w* can be of I
will remain open for late chop St. Cloud tourism U on the of the Map Committee, along help w* will be most willingto
ping until 8:30 that evening. Increase according to reports with Manager Gordon Dawson, Geriatrics Manor the comity do 10," Tyson said. i
Store will remain open until from the St. Cloud Chamber viewed the final proofs of the nursing home, does not meet Berllnsky pledged the Chamber

8:30 p.m. on Fridays until of Commerce. Totals released new county map the Chamber the current nursing home requirements of Commerce's assistanceand SIGN: (CONTRACT- J. Longbrtkt, (the Precision Mold and Tool Co. Inc., which will
Decembes 11. Between Decem. this week show a definite rise I II working on. They hop to at the present Immedistely mad the be located at 1215 N. Main Street, tlgn a leas agreement with Ralph Dearmin, owner of the
and hour will from 1963 to 1964. complete the map by the week time, County Attorney Murray Precision: plant an honoraryfirst ,
ber 11 23, store building, as Charles Tyson, city miniver, and Hob ll', Chamber of Commerce manager
be until 8:30: every evening.On In 1903, a total of 9.105 of December 7. Overstreet, Jr. told County feat member Also Berllnsky look on. The firm I I. "being moved to Klsslmmr from the Orlando .r... (Photo by Eby)
Christmas Eve, the businesses tourist were. counted. This Commissioners Monday, expressed appreciationto
will close at 6 p.m. was a traffic count turn. From Overttreet said he hat written Dearmin on behalf of Hoard
Lanier Attends I
The special feature of the October 1963 through September the State Board of Health members for his effort In relocation
parade this year, at every 1964. the report stated a asking for reticent of the of the firm her.
year, will be Santa himself, 12,931 total, or a2 percent Slate Meeting horn for another year, even Th corporation I I. a subsidiary City Plans Long Range
Santa will be aboard the special Increase over the previous though the building does not of a Kenton, Ohio firm
Santa Claus float along year This Is Indicative of the Tx Assessor Wad H. Li- meet acceptable standards The Lon&'brakeald.. present gross
.with a hug mailbox to the activity.of the Chamber also, tiler this week I Ie attending the building hat more than 20 patients of the Kissimmee branch *x>
local youngsters may mail Th Chamber's Rodeo Com )florid $tate Tax Assessor residing then at prtt.ent reeds $300,001) and, *.. say .". Slr Having! Program
then lettert In plenty of time mltt.-'hI.t recently with the Association meeting! In Tallahassee .' __ '.jaual payroll of 170,000. I
to get their Christmas withe two SU Cloud representative *. Th*,elcht.bour .... Furman Bass, new administrator ThtVew firm make* molds
Santa sake that all children Of the Kissimmee Valley Livestock stone which opened Monday of the torn; assumed and tool totally related to
give their name and address on Silver Spur Queen Contest will conclude tonight. Sunday his duties Tuesday He met. the plastics Industry. It provides Development of a long rang site still could b* used) by *rganlsatlona through the organisation.
their letter. Committee and outlined night lanier attended an executive with the Commission Monday equipment for Better street Improvement programfor for picnic and Consideration was given to
The Santa float will be stationed plant to obtain prizes for the meeting of the associa telling of the needed: repair Plastics, Klsalmmeet, R o h r Kissimmee was given City barbecue by getting clearance hiring I fiscal agent fur the
at the lit of the new Silver Spun Queen contestants tion. to the Manor. Products, Deland: and Klek. Commission approval Tuesday from the organisation. The city to handle certain phases
First Federal Saving and The Rodeo Committee of Topic considered Include haefer Corp of 8U Cloud and night rang will b* closed for such of the public works program II
Loan building! between 6 and the Chamber plans to cooperate assessment of farm lands, 4-11 Wisconsin Oily Manager Charles Tyson event. Alto It was announcedthat being considered by the Com:
7 p.m. Friday and at the Sun. In every detail of the rodeo business district, subdivisions, Training Other member of the Precision was Instructed to consider the public us of the rang mission. Formal action was
rise Shopping Center between parade, the Klssimme residential and the effect of School corporation ai* Gerald street paving project on a would have to be cleared tailed to a later meeting, .
7 and B p.m. Santa will be Valley Livestock Show, the toning. Saturday W Longbrak, president\ of priority basis. Tyson told the
Kenton Ohio and .
there to give out candy to all Queen Contest and other ac. commissioner that approximately
the depo.lttbelr 4-H officer training school nero eecretary-tretiurer, of $78,000 wa* available Finances Termed
young one a* they tivities. School
letter In the mailbox Th Rodeo Committee will Kiwanis Plan will be held at the county agricultural Orlando. for work this year.Commissioner .
Parade Chairman George center on Saturday, Th plant manager and hit Dan Aulrey I
merchandise gift
Reynolds hit asked that all or help gift gather certificates for the Ladies Night December 6, from 9:39: ( ant family hav been resident ofKlsdmm.e aid he believed the city still Uncertain Due to Tax Suit
for the 14
until noon. All I-H Club officer past had petition fur street
business and civic float begin queen' prise. If a member of sonic
forming about 4 pm. at the tile committee does not contact Approximately 100 persons should attend this month. They llv* at 103 Dell- work which hadnt been don.
lakefront who would like have made restrvstlons for the wood Drive. Mr. longbrak'tname Tyson told the commissioner The Board of Pulillc Instruction a previous meeting after being
Prizes will be awarded to to contribute a person prise contact Klwanl Ladles Night, accordIng Instruction for lre.lden\, I I. Carol. The children that a search had been mad and several! visitor heard contacted by representative .
the best entries In the two Walt Baker Willet Miller or to Bob Berllnsky, ticket vice pre.ld..t..n are Jot Wad 7, Clnda Ruth of city file and only paperwork School Finance Officer James 01 the Bt Cloud and Kittlmme -
categories business and commercial Wesley Bartlct to give dona- chairman. Th barbecue dinner delegate will be conducted by (L and Mark Eldon I. Th two on completed project Winland give the financial lit- Chamber of Com
and civic and church lions. will be served at ':10 p.m. at Jim Smith, count agent, and older children attend Highland could he found. lie suggested uatlon of the county school merce.
organisations. First, teoond Dave Burthfield chairman the Civic Center. Frank my council arbool.County. that all persons who had petitioned system due te the holdup on Jerry Roger wit approved
and third place trophies will Done Prescott presented a secretary, will give Instruction for street paving that tax money avallabl Wlnland by the board a* school auditor
be given the winners in the film on blrddog at this week' In keeping minute by UA Drive hain't been don contact him spuk to the board In regular for the 1 (I4S school year
business and commercial cate Brown's WillContested meeting of the group the club secretaries. about the work. It will help meeting Tuesday laying he The beard recommendedC
gory. Winners in the civic and Gathers $17,100() ) him In developing the work did not know how far their h a r I I. a Parsons, architect,
church organizations division program. money could carry the school drew up the first phase plan
will receive cash prince of $25 9 The 1961 United Appeal Commissioner Carroll Burling svstem Into IMS. of the building, to be don alML
for first place, f 15 second, and drive for Otceola County Is aald the most logical approach Among the suggestion Win. ClouJ. High School. These
110 third. ,1. 1, k with total of .. developing the paving land had to offer the board In era to be ready when the
officially over a
Th will of an Osceols County would be on consideration
have YI program have the ta. question .ha been
Some entries already I S 17.100 received President order to necessary county *
will be contested In of
been received by the Chamberof pioneer A mo* announced Monday most Important fund t* continue school operations settled and money U availableto
Monday.A first.Manager
Commerce and the parad next year went! the the board to continue the
Curtis Eppt Brownof However the VA work laid that h*
aon, Tyson
committee. Float In the commercial curtailing of all new building new building operation.
will be donationsfor
and business division Lake Alfred, and a daughter ere accepting and public work director and the borrowing
B. Lewis the nest few week In an How ) the operation
Mr* Ernestine *) Jonas, will begin fund from
will be Utility Department, of the necessary '
Otceola: Petroleum, Broadway of Orlando seek to break the effort to reach the 120,000 goal study Immediately. e Palm .Beach ",....lIn. Local Officials
will of Ernest Epps Brown, 95, set for the drive. lit other action City Commission -
Pharmacy, Hunt Bro who died September 11, 1962, The drive which began the war notified that presently Due to the lindewners protest HiTi'Ive Award
Jeweler.I Kissimmee
after 60 days bosplUliiatlon. first week In October wa *t. the Uedown area at the In court new Us money
Transit Mix and McCrory't.Civic The children were cut off tended two week recently to City Airport I I. U vloltUon ef hit not been mail. available to
and church organisations with bequests ef $5 each In the order to reach that goal. Federal Aeronautic Agency the board for use la nest Local law official received
participating will be! The final yells budgeting W I Inland I commendation thla week fr
estate of the former Campbell report meetingwill regulations. The Commission
First Baptist Church, First Station resident, whose total be Tuesdsy, December II, authorised designation ef correct said "If our hand eve tied their help In the protection *fPresident
Methodist Church the Junior estate la $104.221.93, according at Mrs. Mac's Restaurant At tledowa treat and notification our first action will be to keep Lyndon B. Johnson
class of Osceola High School the achoul pn a* long a* when he visited central 110d ,,.
to the annual Inventory, that time, all canvassers andrommltle ef the area with the
the Fraternal Order of Police Executrix the will U Mr*. Jw members will have airport ...n..r. The FAA possible. My chief concern I Ie recently,
Jet THacker. Largest beneficiary i their final tabulations In and regulation specifies. that the nest year," Chief *f Pellc Bob>> Best
k'A m; IWJC I* Ruth Taylor Campbell plant will be discussed for the Uedown area must b* at least In ether action the board and the Kllslmme pollr Department
Station, into who borne IMS United Appeal campaign. no feet away from the centerline VuUd .. deny the St Cloud sad Sheriff Bob
Weather Brown meved. She war left ef the Uxlwty, and Osreola High School band Burkal and tile Oaceela County
$10,000 according to the record FORMER R'.AmrH'TTUff.C Regulation and central ef permUiio to attend. the I.* Sheriff Department each
H L R bet.... she agreed to VICTIM the City Firing Rang at the augural parade In Tallahassee received plague for their tut
Toes. 11/24/ M 65 0 car for aim and not put Kim airport, .ha* Wen designated to January I. The trip wa net e landing protection work.
Wed. 11/24 M 61 .10 la a sailing 110_ Richard Race, s/. former Ute Fraternal Order *f Police considered ef aa educational Chief ef relic John Eton of
Thur. 11/26 M 14 0 In hi* will Brown aald of hi* resident ef Kltslmmee, was Lodge N*. 14. Manager Tyson 'IItlf. Ala It would require Orlando mad the Iwe prto
Frt 11/17 886 0 children They "have not Injured fatally to. a head*.) was given autherltatlmi by the twe day. !lose from. cl....*. entationa.
Sat. / 71 M 0 been kind to ne hi ny old ag. DISCUS* Barber left ehalrma ef the relliakm at Weedtpert. New CemalMlo to Make the delg- Several Interested. parent 'Una presented Bucket the
Sun. 11/11/ 76 U JO If la my younger days and I County CMunlaaioaen and L. J. Harvey, rice chairman, look Jerk.Th. ..u.* by a ute .f 41. Com attended the board meeting ward al County Cemmtaloa
Moa. 11/10 71 40 0 ewe them nothing." ee at Glens Ray, right clerk explains the duties ef his new *driver. ef tile tecend car, Mltaloner Billy Miklnson Tuesday U ask that the board ...u.g Monday Beat received
Twlllt'-****. ether bequest asttgntaeat to ruraaa Bare, administrator ef Geriatric II...... George PlaakeU. war reported toted against the .*aar.. recMislder *a this matter The hit Tuesday .to City
rss:::& lllllllllfll'ftnt> were Mad la tit* win.

I KissimmeeSALES m- Christmas Trade Center of Values I m


This special Christmaa Shopping laaue of The mtiaera Include American Legion Arcade Theatre, Maklnaon Hardware. Maxie Beauty Shop North- BarchfieUI' Chevrolet-Olds., Inc., Citizens State Bank,

Gazette contalna ao man/ genuine bargalna from ao Atttrey Motor. Badcock Furniture! Baa Foal Ben aide Super Service, Oranro Bowl Lane, O.ceoltt Cement Hershey FJorUt. Lamar' Bakery, Uar-MU LodJea Fa-

many advertiaera that it would be fanpoaeible to list Franklin, Boa Air Hotel Brahman Inn, Central Marine, Product., Oaceola County A>>oc. of IiuuranceArenta )(Ju', Salon Paro'a Gift, St. Cloud Hardware,

them afl. For our rader'a convenience the advertben Cody Publishing Co. Elite Hogh'a florist Piper Prod- Oeteola Petroleum.Inc.. Panning Lumber Co. St. Cloud hotel St Cloud Motors, Yeaael! Produeta.

an listed in alphabetical order from JCl JDSJDH, St. acts, Fashion Fabrica. Ine, Parka Furniture Co. Orlando advertiaera Include: Baird Mobile Homea

Good and Orlando. Pint Federal Swing 4 Loan Aaaoe., First Nation Perth Jeweler, Persona' Inc., Ready Market. of Florida, Honda of Orlando Jackaon'a Sport Shop,

The Ida from theae cooperating business flrma al Bask Florida Realty Counselor, Inc. Florida Telephone Riedel Motora, Riedel Fnneral. Home George Reynolds, NUfra CycloMaaaafe, Pan American Tire Co., Polynealan -

have JUde this lan poaaible. Th reading of theM Fmxette. Cehrett Appliance, Coold'a Dtpt Robertoo'a ReiaO! Draft Rothnxk Septic Tank Co., The Faahicna, PuUix Market, South Trail Drive-In,

ada will IAn you money. Remember fm parkin sow Ston; Host Bioa., Kiaaimme Coca-Cola Co.. Klaainv Shoe Comer. Starling Chenokt Co. St bnJ.Sm1th Tall Fashions Walter Mengea Clothier to Men.

fa effect pigs late ahoppinr boon beinr observed by Bet Feed 4 Sad Xlaainunee Furniture Co, Kiaalm Bectrlc & Refrigeration. Winn-Dixie Food Store. Take in the parade Friday and then ihop with

the merchanta, male ahoppteff riser Klatimmee a4L me* Tranait-Mlx, Lapfer' Inaoraoce Agency, St Good adrertiaera art: Baker Dept t<


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Showing of 'Our Town' Tonight at Osceola Art and Culture Center

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Curtain Rises

On Square Dancing

Foollighters On ThursdayA

At 8:15 p.m. J

r equal dance club tot
Tonight is 0-N + 1 for all adults is soon to be formed inKlsilmmee.
of the Footlight Theatre Guild- r ..Y.Yr Interested dancer
era associated with Thornton are invited to attend the instruction .
Wllder's "Our Town. Trans r classes being held at
Two- .The Gazette, Kliilmme, Florida, Dee I, U84 lated, this means that at 8'16 r s i the Civic Center.

p.m. tonight the curtain will Caller Dan Robinson of Win.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER I, 1164 rise on the second showing of ter Park has been InstructingIn
the four-night run of this \ I four couple squares on
"Fall of the Roman Empire", "Hound that Thought H. Wai
a American classic.Single Thursday, 8 p.m. He will give
Raccoon", pitying at South Trail through Saturday. !-admission/ reserved. 4 approximately 18 lesson and
Squirt dancing, Civic{ Center, 8 p.m. Public Invited. seat tickets are still availablefor 1 t then a club will be formed
Orange Garden Civic Ann. 7:30: p.m. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday The square dance group u
American Legion Auxiliary, 7:30.: Legion Home nights' presentations. meeting tonight at the Civlt

FRIDAY DECEMBER 4, 1964 They may be obtained from i Center and next Thursday
any member of the cast and evening The public li invited
"Bikini Beach" playing at Arcade Theatre through Saturday crew of "Our Town" or from
OHS Kowbo,. take on the Eustls Panthers In the 1964 Tangelo the Bon Air Hotel, the Charm OUR TOWN-The Footlight Theatre Guild Is presenting "Our Town" this week. Shown above are members of the cait. At left lithe CELEBRITY SERIESTO
Bowl, Euitli, 8 p.m. Beauty Salon, Roberson's Rex- Glbbs family, Roy Ingeraoll ai Dr. Glbbi, Albert Daney, George; Barbara Reynolds, Rebecca) Jerry Phay, Mrs. Glbbs. Center PRESENT TENOR
Annual Christmas Parade, 5 p.m.'The all Drugs, or, one hour before li Ed Phay as The Stage Manager, Right Is the Webb Family with Joe Elder as Mr. Webb, Carolyn Phay, Emily] Jimmy Marvin,
Birthday Party' presented by Rollina College Fred Stone curtain-time, at the Osceola Wally, and Betty Kirk, Mrs. Webb (Photo by Eby) Richard Tucker, world renowned

Theatre, campus Through Saturday, Art and Culture Center's box tenor and Metropolitan .
office In St Cloud, tickets are Given Circle star, will appear In Orlando .
Progress Report to RotariansProgress Mrs. Coooerrider Baptist
SATURDAY DECEMBER J. 1984 being handled by Bob Lewis at December 12 at Municipal

American Legion chicken barbucue, 6 p.m. the St Cloud Hotel. Tells of Trip Supper EnjoyedThe Auditorium, under the auspicei .
of the Footlight formance It
as provides a new
of Series
According to It. director Celebrity
St. Cloud HoiplUl Auxiliary Bataar, 9 to 0
a.m. p.m. Barry Mount, "Our Town" bone Theatre Guild was describedto theatrical experience for play The American Home Division Business Women's Circle Tickets are now on sale it
SUNDAY DECEMBER C, 1964 of the few great plays In Rotarians at their Monday goers. of the Klsslmmee Wom of the First Baptist Church Streep's Music, Sean on E
which the audience Is, literal. meeting. Barry Mount has Boyd Sprinkle, chairman of an' Club met Monday at the met at the home of Mrs Bill Colonial Drive, The Booktry
ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE. ly, a part of the contributing been working with the guild the Rotary Christmas party, home of Mrs. Robert Metzger Wheeler for a covered dish In Winter Park and at the ('8
"Mutiny on the Bounty" and "Deep Adventure" playing at structure of the dramatic plot for several! years and currently announced that tentative plans with Mrs Hilpa Pryor as co- supper.A headquarters, Suite 215, Cherry
South Trail through Tuesday of the production. This fact I Is directing the production are complete for the event He host... program followed. Plaza Hotel.
Elki Memorial Service, 8 p.m. will be apparent to the viewer "Our Town". hopes to make a complete an. An Illustrated talk was given -- ------- -
"Honeymoon Hotel" playing at Arcade Theatre through Mon. from the first moment he enters Community support and a nouncement of the event at by Mrs Donald E. Cooper.
day.Methodlit. the auditorium-even before conservative approach has th next meeting rider on her recent European
Church chancel choir to present Handel'i Menlah, the actor comes on stage. made possible the guild's expansion Mount was Introduced by trip. Mrs. Cooperrlder accompanied PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHS ARE A PRICELESS
7 p.m.Ethical Wilder, who personally staged In a constructive man. Don Stetson. Next week's pro. her husband, Dr. Coop.
Fellowship to meet, 7:30: p.m. 657 George Street, Orange the Broadway production nor over the five-year period. gram Is in the charge of Jim snider, when he representedthe FRIENDS
Gardena made this effect possible by From one production the first Winland, United States at the First
the simple, If drastic, elimination year, the guild this year Is International Congress of Par.1.ltololl.ta -
MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1964 of the formalized use of providing five production Bazaar held In Rome.
and good
Wesleyan Service Guild annual Chrlitmat party, Mrs George the curtain From this pointon "Our Town", with a cast of SaturdayAids Members voted to contributeto likeness take photographs rime that speak a telling
Bait, Kings Road, hoiteia. 8 p.m. the many Innovations 40-plus, could not be put on, AuxiliaryPay the annual Christmas Basket to process properly ... Come
Rotary Club, 12:15: Jim Winland In charge of program. which make "Our Town" he said, without the support of fund. They aloe donated In now, before the holiday rush begins.
Social Security Representative at Community House 9:30: a.m. unique will actually establishan the community. There are 10 For Kitchen 26 dollars to the Woman's Club
to 12:30 p.m. empathy between actor and guild members In the cast and beautification project and

Rebekah Lodge banquet, 0:15, American Legion Home Meeting, audience, that Increases during 17 members In the backstage brought gifts for Chattahoochee. FREE
8 p.m. Woman'* Club. the pia,. work. There are 20 new members Annual Auxiliary bazaar of .
Orange Blossom Lodge No. 80, regular itated meeting 8 p.m. "Our Town" Is an all-county and 17 are making their St. Cloud hospital will be conducted The December 21st meeting
"Spotlight" produced by Junior Achievement Co. of Florida project. In addition to the debut In this production." Saturday In the St. was postponed. The division Photo Christmas Card Folders with
WESII TV Channel 2, 4:80: p.m. many Guild members participating Mount commended the work Cloud Community House. Sale will convene January IStn with
this Pulltser Price and success of the Harlequin- will be from B a.m. to 0 p.m. Mrs. Charles Johnston and purchase of gift portraits
TUESDAY DECEMBER 6, 1964Kiwanis winner Is enjoying Invaluable aders and the founders and All proceeds will be used to Mrs. Thomas Rlghtmfre ai

assists from the Harlequinsders organisers. This group has help discharge part of the aux hostesses.Highlands.
Ladle Night, Barbecue at Civic Center, entertainmentby
the epeech-drama depart. brought national attention to $25,000 In I
Methodist Bell Choir.Kliilmmee menus of the Osceola County KIsKlmmee, Mount said It will hospital: heO equipment.In I
All-Statef Touriit Club 7 p.m, Program Mid. WomenTo II
be featured In future Ir EBY
Florida concertHlghlandi school system, the business a .ue addition to the usual ba. I STUDIOCharles
communities of both Klssim- of Encore magazine, tear fare of jewelry, white Hold Party
Woman' Club Christmas Party Episcopal Parish :
mee and St. Cloud, and many Klsilmmee li also about to elephants, baked goods, snack B. Photographer
Home 7:30
: p.m. other Osceolans who have no be singled out as one of the bar, and needlecraft, there will The Klsslmmee Highlands
XI Alpha Phi Chrlitmai Party, home of Helen Lombardy, direct membership connection smallest and first cities to be a handkerchief tree and an Woman's Club will hold the
Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple, have Art and Culture fA
with the Guild Itself an center auction of merchandise donated annual Christmas party at the
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9. W4 The cameo-showcase theatre The move was started by St Cloud, Klsslmmee Episcopal parish house Tuesday 14Vi N.- Stewart JSSL Ph. 847.2437
of the Art and Culture here before the late President and Orlando merchants. December 8, at 730., -.:=.;.-
"The Naked Hills" and "Armored Command" playing at South Center Is one of the most Kennedy Inaugurated It nationally There will be a drawing of I
Trail. efficiently modern In the state. Included In the center some gigantic prices ISO
THURSDAY DECEMBER 10, 1184 A street-level theatre, with are the Symphonettes, Art book of trading stamps (value
conditioning and heating Association and Guild. over fl&O), two cash certificates .
ROil Circle annual Christmas workshop, 10:80 a.m. Mrs. Roy Mount invited to plus several door
plants for the comfort of Its everyone prizes
Haniel. patrons attend the "Our Town" per. and other free gifts. More; the
Woman' Club Card Party, ,_ on way
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Square dancing, Civic CenttrrBpwIWIo Invited' *; '* -y---- -. :,

DECEMBER ." Early! Man' Is South Trail ; 'r .
; .1 :' ARCADE'THEATRE everyday !
H-Junior Woman' Club Christmas Ola, Elks Lodge, S p.m.
H-Veterans World War I and Aux 80 p.m. Orange Gardens DRIVEINTHEATRE

12-Beta Community Sigma Building Phi Christmas Dance, American Legion Home, Subject"Early Thanks for !

12-NARCE Christmas dinner, 12.89: ( p.m. followed by business Man In America and KISSIMMEB waiting

meeting, Orange Gardens Community Building His Aslstie Origins" will be Weekend Beg December 4Matinees
Consecration of First Methodist Church educational unit. the subject of Dr. James Griffin .
RUhard Orlando In s lecture presented by ORLANDO, FLORIDA 1:30:
12- Tucker to sing In Municipal Auditorium. and
13-Annual Christmas service, Knowlos Memorial Chapel Rol. the Central Florida Museum Evening Performances Sunday your wait for one of these new 1965 Chevrokts is about over-and we want to
lins College, 8:18 and 8.80: p.m. Monday, 8 p.m. at the Univer.I There. Fri. Saturday
14-Rotary Club, 12:15: Frank Woodall In charge of program lit, Club of Winter Park. 7 p.m. thank you for your patience. Come see tw now. When you get behind the wheel,

15-Charles Tyson, city manager, will speak at Klwanls Club. The lecture Is being offered Fall of the FRIDAYSATURDAY'Bikini you'll be glad you waited
as one of several Roman Empire'Sophia
16-Klsslmmee All-States Tourist Club, 7 p.m. Program, First to be presented
Methodist Church. In the membershipseries lures Beach "
18-Thrift Club annual Christmas dinner, gift exchange of the museum. It I. 1:10-11:10:
open to members of the Central Frankie Arab
nrane. Gardens Civic Assn. Christmas party, 7:30: p.m.llEp.llon Florida Museum, membersof 'Hound that Thought Annette Fnnlcello
Sigma Alpha Christmas Party. the Florida lit Wa a Raccoon' I IF..tlrtU7
21-Rotary Club meeting, Everett Amos In charge of program, Society and the Central Flor. p.... SUNDAYMONDAY'Honeymoon
SI-Social Security Representative at Community House 9:30 Ida Chapter of that society
a.m. to 12:30: p.m.22KI..lmmlt Hotel'Robert
Bun. Mon, Tu...
All-States Tourist Club, 7 p.m. Program Free

Methodist Church. 'BIKINI PLAY AT BEACH'ARCADC TO 'Mutiny! on the Bounty'Marlon Covlet
Klwanls Christmas
-Annual party Nancy KwsaCLOUDST.
S3-Elks Lodge Open House Champagne Party, 6 to I, Brando Impala, Sport Coup
'Bikini I I I Beach' starring 7:35: Sun., 1:00 Mon.
28-Rotary Club meeting, Cecil Bush In charge of progr.m. Frankte Avalon

-Klwanls Club, President's farewell for outgoing president, Punlcello, Is playing and Annette at the 'Deep Adventure' CLOUD '65 Chevrolet It'. longer. wider, lower It's swankier, more spacious. You could

Charles Dixon Arcade Theatre Friday and 1:30: -10:30 Ban. 7:00 M.... mistake it for an expensive car-if it weren't for the price.
30-Mary Sussenberger Needlework Guild, 10 a.m. Saturday FRIDAYSATURDAY'Flipper's
81-Square dancing, Civic Center p.m. Public Invited Fell owing the successful
81-Elks Lodge New Years Eve Dance, 9 p.m. Breakfast, 1 a.m. 'Muscle Beach Party' and Wednesday NewAdventure'

JANUARY 'Beach Party the picture Is The Naked Hilb' A O
mainly laid In and around the 'Armored Command'EVERY -
4-Rotary Club meeting, AI Cody In charge of program beach but the surfing has been Lake Hatpin.
(-Klwanls Installation banquet. Lt. Gov. will speak. replaced with an exciting drag
18-Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Civic Musle Association! race Pamela Franklin
Orlando. 'Honeymoon Hotel,' playing
18-American Home Division Klsslmmee Woman' Club. Mrs. Sunday and Monday, Is a ro. WEDNESDAY IS COMING ATTRACTIONS
Charles Johnston Mrs. Thelma Rlghtmlre hoatesses. mantle comedy starring Robert COUPON NIGHT ARCADE Malib Sport Coupe
Coulet Nancy Kwan and 'Rhino'
many .
FEBRUARY others. Admlaata bee per fir
The Cloud Pine One Coapoa 'Shot In The Dark' '65 Chevelle Fresh-minted styling. V8's available with up to 350 hp. A softer,
9-Juerg Von Vlntshger, pianist, Civic, Music Association Or showing will\ be quieter ride. And it's as easy-handling as ever.
lando. 'Flipper's New Ad. 'Thin Red Line'
venture' Friday and Saturday

1ft-San Francisco! Ballet, Civic MARCH Music Association, Orlando Z

4. '- _
Coming EvciiiS FROST-GDABD14 FREEZER ... _='1


Daily-8 .m. until sundown-Gatorland 4--x NO DEFROSTMG EVER...* even
Dally-Publie Zoo, Lake Front Park Klsslmmee In the heeler! /10'_ Sport Coupe
a1I1-4J1cept Monday, Central Florida Museum and Planetarium "- I '
Orlando. Tuesdays through Fridays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., 4 COSTS LESS TO OPERATE thin 6 '65 Che II Clean new lines. Fresh new Interiors. A quieter 6 and-VS'
Saturdays and Sundays, 2:00 to 8:00 p.m. Planetarium competitive "no frost" models! available with up to 300 hp. Thrift was never so lively.

.bo.11II'I1:80 and 3.80 pm. SUllda,.. ._ Tested hi &E Laboratory under extreme
all7-8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. except Saturdays, Sundays and Gulf States ,
holidays-Tupperware Museum, Klsalmmee. c summer usage
conditions. Come In for proof 0'IC'CIIIOm1I / ,

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: than any leading" comparable rtfrif-
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to 180 in the
E up hp top-ot-lM-1ine Carsu
I"l.. .JT Trays with Stor-p Container! Adjustable
Wanna know what's going on town, +
SwinfOut Shelves! Mon to are, iiiorr to try In tie can more jxyitf luy
clear stuffs of course? This gal sees all I
.4 Order i MV CfcrroH Ctuntlt ChtryH Carats Cerntti
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Cooking is Fun!
I imi

Cherry Tarts

For Change

Thtrt'i "om thlnc ttfxwfoHy
Intriguing About tnoriM 4MiM > DELMONTEDOLLARDAYS
prepared in miniature form
Thfit Cherry TarU M a
change from regular l pies\ for .
instance, will certainly delight
your family and guest.--and,
btctuM "ton'''',""" foods
aid In the preparation. kitchen 15. '
minimum. } STD ;,:::;a{':'? RIGHTS
fUll li kept to a KEGULAft Sit DEl MONTE YELLOW CLING
Enriched self flour
with leavening and lilt already 1. a PRICES GOOD
Peaches 4 "caps 51

preparation added off rU to your a paltry speedy uKEMgER 5TH

tart Yoult bt to pleated, too, I / REGULAR 27| ,*, MONTE FRUIT er::.:::Nr.u.
with the beautifully golden

brown baking puffy-crlip the tart reiulu shells After ., MA61C Can HOSTESS Opener ELECTRIC oNLr 5.95 Cocktail 4, ; 51St

spoon In a surprise layer of .

cream cheese, then fill with =; REGULAR 2"S. ,UL MONTE STEWED MCKENZIE FROZEN
canned cherry pie filling Iron 6 99
Dry .
What could be easier REGL1AR' 'i )5, 303
Fruit tart mike a good nutritional Tomatoes 5 'I 1 GREEN BEANS
ending for meala. FOSTORIA AUTOMATIC 2-SlIa SPINACH Cons

Paltry made with enriched Toaster ONLY 6.99 CUT CORN
self-rnsing flour hat the nutritlona REGULAR 2)r Oti MONTI IARLY

essential niacin and B-vitamini riboflavin thiamine and the, Hair Dryer osLv 6.99 8 Cant 1 June Peas 5 Cons 303 'I' BEANS

minerals Iron and calcium The -
fruit and cheese fillmgt add REGULAR: 27< REGULAR 2. 39* DEL MONTE CS OR WK MIX VEGETABLES

still other important nutrient CUT GREEN 303 BABY LIMAS
Cut Corn 6' 'I
14 cups lifted enriched telfriiing Cons
flour REGULAR\ 9), DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise BEANS .

%S to cup( Tbnp shortening cold water Q- 39 Jf ''til REGULAR 2V. DEI MONTI 2 Z-LB. $\

I package (S 01.) cream 303 PKGS.
cheese, softened REGULAR 2SANITARY NAPKINS 5, Cons 51 Gr. Limas 4s 51
1 tablespoon milk s .
1 can (1 lb., 6 01:.) cherry 3 12 i. -
Fie filling < ct. Pkg. REGULAR 2h DEL MONTI r"' ... ... ...
Set out six 8% Inch tart REG. 45< DIXIE' DARLING LONG GRAIN PINEt UlAR J,'$1' ;
pans and a baking theet Pit GRAPEFRUIT 6 U-ol 'I = ; 75
heat oven to 450 degrees, Into I Fancy Rice I 3 Lb. Pk7. 39 Catsup . -. Regular ]
medium I -siied I mixing bowl DRINK

ening mail peat until pieces Sprinkle are with lilt wa of Cake Mix 4..19-oz. Pkgs.51.. 4 1 Prunes 3 i 51 TOOTH PASTE
ter, a little at a time, mixing Com .
lightly until dough begins to REGULAR 29, DIXIE DARLING

stick floured together board or Onto paltry lightly cloth Raisin Bread 16-:. Loaf 23' r 53' ]
turn out dough and press to. NOBODY You Moro Than V7INN46oz DIXIE I
frether Roll out %.Inch thick REGULAR 39. DIXIE DARLING r
Cut dough into circlet to fit Cake 29 ::: {Ieels. KING SIZE TUBE
tart pans and fit gently intopant .2 1 -0y. r ...................
Reserve paltry scraps.Trim
edge, turn under and
flute With cookie cutter or
sharp knife cut nx cherry 1mPICRa ltelrn...,
shapes from remaining pastry ewo P$10Y
Place cut-outi en baking theet txPAtTNLaQ a ti.MlrngltTUt .y
With fork prick cut-outi and [
bottom and sides of tart shells
to allow steam to escape Bake
10 to 12 minutes or until lightly .
I browned Cool on wire rack J
Meanwhile, in small bowl blend
cream cheese and milk until
light and fluffy. Spread aboutI
tablespoon cheese mixtureon
bottom of each cooled tart
shell. Top with cherry pie fill.
ing, then garnish with cut
outs Keep refrigerated until

serving. time. "it
If you don't tlft.."nd Tn the
absence of other directional
spoon flour directly from con.
tainer into a one-cup dry
measure, level off, then remove .
two level tablespoonfuls,
according to USDA recommendations

Peppery Hunk Puppies 1

"Entertaining" food. really Smoked HAMSLb.
come into their own at this
time of year. For your next
get-together prepare little
Peppery Hush Puppies, clever V V yr ftit
deep-fried corn meal appetli-
en that are sure to make a
hit. Serve the crispy hush HALF
puppies with horseradish and FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM SWEET + Lb. 45
chive'aparkled tour cream dip ;
for extra tipEnriched .
self-rising cornmeal .
gives the Peppery Hush LE
Puppies their tender crispness.
This dependable baking pro.
duct already hat had the cor. ;
rect amounts of leavening and CORNALL

salt results pre-measuring added and for flavor step perfect-by-and the baking mil.this r 1 t: ;; &l= NATURALLY TENDED

ler meant no lifting and onlya
few measuring steps for you. WHITE I

Peppery 48 to 60 Husk appetites Pippin C ') W.D BRAND CHUCK

2 cups enriched self-rising 1 O49 FRESHLARGE

cornmeal H 48'WD
1 onion teaspoon Instant minced ;! DatT

1 teaspoon chili powder I B

1 1 ere teaspoon, beaten pepper EGGS
Ribs. 38
2/3 to 1 cup milk ;
Preheat fat for deep fryIng .
to 385 degrees. In medium
tiled mixing bowl blend, cornmeal I 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON *26 GROUND

onion, chili powder and 2 79
pepper. Mix egg and milk. Add I ; Beef 5 Lt. T
liquid all at once to corn meal : I PICe.

mixture, stirring lightly Add FAUIT PIER l....... .............
more milk if necessary. *.
make I stiff batter Let standS
minute Roll I batter In palmsof
hands to make H-inch balls. I I I EXTRA I I
Drop bells into fat and fry V
until golden brown J to 4 NN I ,1 n ewe erN / MIN Nr.NS
r N.MINK a
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Preparing for Christmas Rush HUNT BROTHERS

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Page Four -Th* GatetU, Klnlmmee, Florida, Dec. 3, 1964



Christmas "rush" brings a very old quote to :

mind: "Neither snow nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of

night stays these couriers from the swift completion of

their appointed rounds. This was said by the Greek

historian, Herodotus, in the Fifth Century B.C. but it

still Is true of the postal service.

However, Postmaster F. S. (Beany) Ledbetter, Jr.

recently added a thought. "While it Is true that bad

weather doesn't stop the mails, it certainly can slow CAMERAS PHOTO SUPPLIES, COSMETICS, PATENT MEDI.


He mentioned that planes can't get off the ground, is a, CORDERS, LEATHER GOODS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, FOUNTAIN
switches on railroad tracks can freeze Trucks must
up. AND
move more slowly and cautiously over highways. And,
In many places, mailmen might wish for the warmthof OTHER

an igloo. Even the impish Mr. ZIP can't assure

next-day delivery under these conditions.
"Why," you may ask, "does the postmaster bring

this up 7"

"Simply to let people know that there is a factor Have been completely restocked with new and different

that we just can't control, the weather," Postmaster merchandise from every department In our

Ledbetter said. "It Is important that people mailing store.

Christmas cards and gifts make every effort to shop LOOK FOR THESE LOW PRICES!
early and mail early to assure o0-tlme delivery. Thisis

especially true during the Christmas rush when an

ever increasing avalanche of mail moves through the
postal system." lc 9C19C29C 39CAND

The Post Office Department has several new toolsto

use in this year's mail service. The most importantis

the new ZIP Code and transportationdistributionsystem ON UP TO 3.19

that came into being with the Zoning Improvement ..t
Plan (ZIP), Postmaster Ledbetter Is urging
j everyone to use the five digit numbers because In most LOOK FOR OUR DISCOUNT TABLES !II!

cases the code cuts down the number of times a pieceof ObituariesROBERT

mail must be handled. This saves time, labor, and SAVE UP TO 50%
money. MENZIES FACEY WILLIAM LEONARD Survivor Include his wife,
McCANN Louise Nicks Elliott
lie suggests that even If you don't know the code Robert Mentlei Facey, 55, daughter, Miss Linda Sue; Elliott .
for the addresses of the people to whom you'll be send. of 423 Drurjr Avenue, Klsslm- William Leonard McCann, ; two brothers, Lucian W. TOYS GAMES -
nee, prominent businessman 65, of Intercession City passed Elliott and James M.
ing cards and gifts, should use the code Elliott
you on your
and church, civic and fraternal away suddenly Tuesday morning all Klssimmee two sisters,
return address. And you should record the codes from leader, pined away suddenly while at work in Klssimmee. Mrs. Harris Daniel; Klssim CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS

the return addresses of those who are writing to you. Friday afternoon mee, and Mrs. Margaret Birthright .
A native of Cleveland Ohio, A native of Sparta Tennessee Nashville, Tennessee REMEMBER! YOU DID NOT BUY IT HERE AT
Moving the Christmas mail Is a hard, tiring job he had been a reildent of KIslmmee he had been a resident of Funeral left Sunday .
and the 24 local workers who work so diligently during for the put 8 yean.He Klnlmmee for 14 years before afternoon for party Dlckaon Tennessee .
this period deserve all the cooperation they can get. and his wife owned and moving to Intercession City a where funeral services
The said that mailing operated Klnlmmee Station. year ago. were to be held at 2 o'clock
postmaster shopping early
He was a retired farmer anda
Monday with Mr. E. Winston
early and using ZIP Codes will really put ZIP into your ri.He carved with the Cleve. member of the Temple Baptist Burton, officiating Interment HUNT BROS.
Christmas mailings and give your mailman a hand land Fire Department for 15 Church, Klnlmmee. followed In Union Cemetery,
years, and wa* a veteran of Survivors Include his wife, Dickson. 0 r l I. 10m FuneralHome
World War II. He waa chair Doris' B. McCann five sons, in of
was charge arrangements
man of the Local Civil Service.. Willie R, McCann, Tampa ,
too.Most Board. Jasper,,8. McCann, Davenport
Efficient ProducerThe He ss a member of thf William M McGinn,, Bridgeman -.
First United Preabyttrlan' Michigan; T. Frank Mc. VICTOR TREFFLER
Church, Kliiimmee Allitate Cann Klnlmmee and LeonardE. TRUDEAU BIG SALE !

farmer does not deserve the surplus label he Tourist Club Chamber of McCann Titusville; one Victor Treffler Trudeau, 82,
and daughter, Mary Reba Trues-
Commerce, Oaceola Golf
of ale East Dakln Avenue,
often is tarred with
Secretary of Agriculture OrvilleL. Country Club Scottiah Rite dell Intercession City, three Klssimmee passed suddenly .
Freeman said recently. lie deserves rather the label Bodies and Bshl Shrine Tern brothers Dallas, Tracy City, Saturday afternoon.A away .

of America' most efficient and successful producer- pie Patron, both of Orlando Klnlmmee, war Chapter a Put Tennessee, Tennessee) James and Henry Cornelius, Jasper ., native of Goodland, Indiana YOU PROBABLY PAID TOO MUCH FOR IT!
providing life's basic necessities in abundance at low he moved from St. Cloudto
02, Order of Eastern Star, a Derosset, Tennessee; four sisters Kisslmmeo 6 ,
cost. Mrs. Ollie Rlttenberry, years aero
member of Newburgh Lodge He was a retired locomotive
1111 A. F. A F. M, Cleveland, Jasper; Mrs. Willie Winton
Besides keeping our own domestic pipelines full of engineer for the New York
and war President Elect of Tracy City; Mrs. Lulu Mitchell EXTRA! 5 HOUR
Central Railroad and SPECIAL
food, the Secretary pointed out, the American farmer the Klnlmmee Klwanla Club. California and Mrs Rachel member of the Brotherhood wae of: SALE!
provides $700 million worth of food for distribution to Survivors include his wife, Davis, Anderson, Indiana; also Locomotive Engineers
children and the needy in this country. He produces Florence Orpin Faceyi on.d.uiht.r. 20 grandchildren and nine He was a communicant of STARTS FRIDAY-IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE PARADE
Mrs Joan Kulko,
about $4.5 billion worth of food for dollar export Maple Height*, Ohio) one Funeral services were held Church Holy ,Redeemer Klaalmmee.Catholic
as well as 1.6 billion worth of farm commodities to go brother, Fred Facey, Jr., Savannah at 2 o'clock Saturday from the Survivors Include his wife,
overseas under Food for Peace. Georgia; one sister, Grlssom Chapel, with the Rev.LaDette Frances Isabelle Trudeau! one 19 % DISCOUNTON
Mrs Helen Shaw, Stowe, Cooley, officiating,
daughter, Mrs William War-
And even with all this, U. S. agriculture Is still Ohio; grandson, James Kulko, assisted by the Rev. Garion go, Elkhart Indiana
operating under wraps. The farmer could produce at Maple Heights) uncle, Aleian- Creel. Ca.k e t bearers were Recitation of the Rosary CAMERAS
M...,.. Archie Munson FILM, PROJECTORS
der Mentles, Kliiimmee. Ralph PHOTO
least 25 percent more than he Is doing-if this producewere Yates war at T.SO p.m. Sunday theo SUPPLIES.
Lloyd Williams Roan
Funeral services held EXCEPTING
needed. were r I s a o m Chapel. Funeralservices THE ITEMS NOW AT SALE PRICES
at I o'clock Monday from the Lanier, Jswett Anderson and were held at 9 a.m. !
Secretary Freeman termed this outpouring of Grlaaom Chapel with the Rev Melvin A. Smith. Interment Monday In Holy Redeemer
abundance as the Abundance Revolution in Agriculture Dorr Van Etten, minister of followed in Rose Hill Ceme Catholic Church, at which
the First United Presbyterian tery. Grlssom Funeral Home BE SURE
-one of the milestones in the history of human wel Church, officiating. Casket was In charge of arrange time a for Requiem the repose Maaa wa of his offered STAY AFTER THE PARADE AND HEAR THE KISSIMMEE

fare. bearers were Messrs. H. B. masts soul by the Rev Paul Wood. MUSIC CENTER BAND IN FRONT Of OUR WILL BE

The Abundance Revolution has made it possible Allen, George Y. Scat Jr., yard. The funeral party left HERE TO ENTERTAIN YOU UNTIL 8:30 PMDON" MISS ITI
Allen Carroll John Colombo, ROBERT BRUCE ELLIOTT
Monday night for Elkhart, In-
for the American farmer to produce as much in one Charles Dixon and Darrow
diana, where committal services
hour today as he did in 2.5 hours 15 years ago lieI Catty Folding and Presentation Robert Bruce Elliott. 54, of were to be held In St.
I produces as much In one hour as he did In four hours Makinson-Carson of the Flag was Post.courtesyof No. 1007, Patrick who, with Street his Klsslmme brother Vincents Cemetery Grissom BARGAINS GALORE All THROUGH THE STORE

25 years ago. It has enabled one person In U. S. agriculture 10, American Legion. Interment Lucian Elliott operated the Funeral arrangement Home war. In chargeof COME IN! BROWSE AROUND!
today to supply abundantly the food and fiber was In Osceola Memory Elliott Grocery Stores her, SAVE MONEY!
needs of 30 besides he Gardens. G r 11 a o m Funeral passed away early Saturday FLORIDA FARMS -- .
persons himself. In 1947-49, Home was In charge of arrangements. after several days illness. -"- __-
could feed himself and only 14 others. Even today in A native of Dickson County, Between 1940 and 1959 the ENTIRE
the Soviet Union, a farmer can feed himself and only Tennessee, he moved to KIssimme number of Florida farm STOCK OF HEATING PADS-30 % OFF
10 years ago. dropped from 62,000 to 45,<
five six others.Abundance NICKOLAS NELSONNlckolas
or H* was a member of the 000 but the average acreage
Revolution has made U. S. food the Nelson 83, of 408 Methodist Church and a veteran per farm increased from 290
biggest bargain In the history of any country. We South Clyde Avenue, Klsslm of World War 2. to 338. ._ '1 159.50
mee, passed away Tuesday I ... -- iEfl
spend less than 19 percent of our take-home pay for MHBBBPOLAROID
morning after a lengthy HI.
food. In the late 1940's we were spending 26 percent.In

European countries, food takes SO to 60 percent or ness.A native of Worcester, Mare 100 AUTOMATIC
of families' he had been a resident of KUslmmee CAMERA KIT ASSORTED
more take-home pay. In Russia 50 per. for the past 19 years CARDS CAMERA KIT
cent or more. He was retired from the
In roughly a 15-year period-between 1947-49 and transportation Industry and \OUA J
1963 the was a member of Washburn $919 > 12998IBEXEL
price of nonfood items in Americanscost Lodge Number 19S. A.F. 4A Carefully Planned
of living rose 35 percent. But the retail prices of .M., Mapleton Maine
American farm-grown food rose less than half that Survivors Include his wife The beauty of the, memorial service,
much-IS Lily Thenser Nelson; one son, and the beauty of the tamil,'* memory
If food had much
percent. prices gone up as Vaughn N. Nelson Klnim.mee picture, are greatly Influenced by the quail- VITAMINS so %
as nonfood prices, the bag of groceries that now costs ; three daughters, Clara ty of the professional work. Our professional OFF
$15 would cost $18 instead. Ralston Reading, M....} He! work performed with the greatest care,

Our thanks goes to the world's most efficient en Jarvis, Webster N. Y.| and mama a Is of the highest quality. Ml CONTAC ......-..._.. 99'7tc
Shirley Newton Orlando; two RAPID SHAVE 57'SUDDEN
producer. .ftOMI M. ...,..
sisters, Ella Farrington. Carl.
I bou Maine and Rena Mikhail Noun NIIIWMK10tS BEAUTY, HALO OR LUSTRE CREME "!!""
Portland, Maine also 13 HAIR SPRAY 69'
THE ; ausoenos ..__....
I Jffisssiinmcc Gazette grandchildren Private memorial tcrivcei IN RlEDEL
.. -45. I 'I. '
were held at the convenienceof ? ? MINIT RUB ._.....__.. QQ
I! AL CODY EARL E. NEIBERGER BOB CODY the family Grissom Funeral := -J/fot4Tl lomt
Publisher Editor Editorial DirectorA Home was in chare pf ar 'UI PCPTO
rangementa. aaylvics 101 iMMiff. Ileftl BISMOL _..._ $Se"c JEROENS LOTION 39*

class postage paid at Post Offlc at Klnlmmee, Florida CIIARLES I.NNIS ALL OF
S274L Published every Thursday at Stewart Avenue and Verona Charles Innls ).MII away THESE AND MANY MORE!
Street, Kbslmm Telephone I47-2ML Mail Address: PA Box
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Local advertising bad OB open rat of M pr column inch'lIti and his wife had justreturned BROTHERS
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Material. Here

The Casette Klsslmme. Florida, Dec 3,1964Page Fiveflajna111cKissic
i e Scitwora and l Pinking<< Sheers Sharpened

a ,h A C Sting and Alteration

ra C !Singer i Seeing Machine Service

Mrs Helen MtKlssk{ of In. out the house and green and

dlanapolis, Indiana, sister of white candle were held In tu.. FASHION FABRICS
-yR Catherine Beauchamp and P. crystal candlelabra.
Y K, Weaver, and Dr. AnthonyA Th* groom I I. a bacteriologist
Hajna alto Indianapolis, In charge of Enteric Pathogens T r 102 Hroadvtav Phone i75.Uf
were united In marriage Friday Unit, Bureau of Laboratories .
November 27, at the homeof Indiana State Boardof
Dr. and Mrs George Health. -r
Beauchamp. Oub-of-town guests for the
Dr. Beauchamp brother-in. wedding and dinner were Mr. FIRST THANKSGIVING-About to enjoy her first Thanksgiving GIFTS GALORE FOR

law of the bride, officiated at and Mrs. Robert V. McKlssic Day dinner Is Mra. Sophie Ere, !9, seated center, of Pfaffsttetten ALL OCCASIONS
the wedidng.The and childern, Helen, Bubble "t
PREPARE Austria who Is visiting her daughter, Mrs ElfrtmleDimltri
the Kissimme FOR GALA-Members of the social committee of bride wore a gown of and Barbara, of Ft. Mjers, Mr. and family. Shown with her are Mra. H. Dimitrjnh,
ration Junior Womin'i Club are shown making prep. silk brocade In tones of blue and Mrs. C. 11. Weaver, broth. seated left, mother of W. Dlntltn, and standing, W. Dimitrl, Mrs .
for the Holiday Gilt. They are, left to right Mr. Rich. and green, long white gloves, er of the bride, of Oklahoma Dimltri. and daughter Eileen Dimltri (Photo by Eby I
Gurlde Mrs Edward Park Mrs. Paul Christian and Mrs a green silk circlet with halo City Oklahoma, Mr and Mra.
George Cant. (Photo by Eby) veil, a white rose corsage and Robert Werdig, Winter Haven; Personalized Cards by Hallmark.
pearls, a gift from the groom Mrs. Julia Carmichael Monti. Visitor
Junior 'Women to Xi Alpha Phis Miss Helen Marx Ann Mc. cello Indiana; Mr. and Mrs. European Enjoys Table Decorations.
Kink of Ft Myers, grand' Donald Walker and sons, Donald .
Hold Holiday GalaThe Plan DanceThe daughter of the bride wore a Jr., Paul and Sam, of OrUndo. American ThanksgivingTh } LAYAWAY FOR CHRISTMAS
dress of Kelly green crepe .
K 1111 m m .. Junior XI Alpha Phi chapter of with velvet bow on her hair, Also Mr. and Mrs P. K.
Women' Club will hold a Beta Sigma Phi held a called matching shoes and a whit Weaver Mr. and Mrs Maurice American custom of anted for a long time at one PARO'S GIFT SHOP
Christmas Ball December 11, meeting at the home of Mrs. rose wrist corsage Bond and children, Charles and Thanksgiving mad a big Impression period Mr*. Eret fled to ate.
at eight o'clock at the Elki Arthur Logsdon. Best man for the groom was Sarah Berlin, Mr and Mrs. olin a Kisslmmee visitor tot where American troops II
Club. Plans were discussed for the Robert MrKlssle of Ft Myers, Arthur Held, Mr. and Mr. from Austria! Thursday, wen to occupy and Mr. Fret 1 107 NIW YORK AVI e It.CLOUD
Music for this festive affair Christmas Dance to be held son of the bride. Cornelius Cochrane, Mrs. Lula Mr*. Sophie Fret: 80, of Badrn remained. Mr*. Dimltri then PHONI 1923405
will be furnished by the " December 12 at the American White and yellow chrysanthemums Beauchamp, Mrs Nellie Jack. near Vienna Austria observedher working In Vienna disguised.
." and refreshments will be Legion Home. were uaed through son and Mrs Rhea Brown first Thanksgiving with herself as a man In an effortto a
served Dre. will be lemU Plans were also made for her daughter and family, Mr. find her father and get the .
formal. the rummage sale to be held and Mra. Walter J. Dimitri family back together, Th Rua-
Invitation. are being tent Saturday In the former Roon. Kissimmee Motor Court News owner of Mkevlew lodge. clans mad Baden their head "t. f Brighten
out to friend. of member. and ey building at Broadway and Although she doesnt speak quarters. Mrs. Ertt'a husband ..
former members of the club.A Emmett. Winter Residents Take English Mrs Eret told her died in 1056. She has a son who Christmas ;!
donation of f 2.00 per couple The Christmas party will be daughter that It made her very I I. druggist-pharmacist there
I. being asked held December 8 at the homeof happy to participate In the YM
Mrs. Richard Guelde, chair Mrs. Helen Lombardy Advantage of Weather Thanksgiving holiday. There
man of the social committee The program was persented la no comparable custom In MITII F1.OV.EKS: AND GIFTS '
plans to make this the biggest by Mrs. Phil Kelley who read Austria where Christmas I. a Jlt! TALLjs
social event for the Juniors the proclamation by the late By Loran B. Glradall t h e Thanksgiving holidays family tradition and father f
this year. Those assisting her President Kennedy which appeared Mr. and N.... Ralph Beuer. with friends and relatives in aon heritage continues today, FromElHr I
are Bernice Park Virginia in a recent magaiine. man, Ken more, New York, Clearwater The jet fliKfit her first air. ; GALS
Christian Jane Parker Bobby Those attending were Mmes. weN weekend guest of Mr. Don Straw and William borne trip took, approximately a
Cant, Linda Gehrett, Alice H. B. Allen Bill Barber. Bob and Mrs. Charles A, Young Lambert of Clinton Indiana 24 hour from Luxembourg to I LONG
Parker, Beverly Taylor, Sharon Berlinsky, Pat Clark Haley They visited Cypress Gardens were Thanksgiving guest of McCoy AFB with tops In Iceland WAISTED' lnriat ROVAs.Ult.IUUI
Gehrett and Pat Tilley. Duke, Evelyn Lawson Dick Sunday the former's parents, Mr. and and New York It was Ilgh'ii l haA1F.8
Makinson Earl Lupfer Wal. Mr. and Mrs Clyde Teel and Mrs Charlea Straw a wonderful flight she said, .needs.
W tpeclallit :29 KlaslinmrrKraMrnre
yevr BroadwayIliialnraa
Woman's{ Club ter Murphy, Velma Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Galbraith of Mr. and Mrs Jess Barker, but the wonderful warm Florid .
climate for this time of W1NTH PARK MALI I'lionr (Plione f
Milton Whidden, Lou Tarcal Winter Garden were Sunday Winter Garden, were Monday
Board Met Charles White and Raymond afternoon guests of Mr. and dinner guests of Mr and Mrs year la almost unbelleveable Open 1K ':00 P.M. 1117.1591 817.31.10A :
"I really enjoy the sunanln j
Yates. Mr. Ernest Cronlt. A. P. Freeman.
The board meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. Everett GILbert Mr and Mrs. Peter Hll.len. and the oranges," she said
Klsilmmee Woman's Club was and son Mike visited Mr brand spent two days visiting Mr*. Eret plan to spend the !
held Tuesday with Mrs J. C. Sorority Plans and Mrs. Gall Butler In Orlando Interesting places In Florida. winter her with her daughterand
Caddell leading the devotion. afternoon. Mr. take a tour of the Eastern i
Visiting Santa Sunday and Mrs George Niles nnouncing
United .for convenience
The members of the club Mr. and Mra. Paul Elser, were Thanksgiving dinner States before returning your
were reminded to bring gifts Fifteen members were present Perrysburg, Ohio were Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sewell home In May Her first 1
for Chattahoochee to the regu at the November meeting overnight and Wednesday Grout two been weekends In Florida have OUR NEW ALL CREDIT CARD PLAN I
lar meeting. The gifts shouldbe of the Delta Alpha chapter of guests of Mr and Mrs. Frank Mr and Mrs Charles Co. the Kisslmmee spent making a tour of
marked whether for man or Epsilon Sigma Alpha Monday Burkholder.Mr. burn and Mr. and Mrs. Lucien and Cape Ken of
woman. night! at the home of Mrs. Doe and Mrs Claude Smith Archambault were visitors In nedy areas She found Cape Now you art welcome to charge your purchaiti by preienllng any one
The monthly open house will Patrick. were guests of their daughterIn Orlando Sunday, Kennedy to most her Interesting, according more then 90 different approved credit card Including those issued by major
be held December 3. Membersare Final plans were made for Miami for the Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs Marion [.ar. Dimltri. Mrs oil) companies: airlines, banks, department stores, etc. This convenience hat been
to bring sewing cards the annual Chrisemas holidays. St. visited Mr and
or project row, Cloud
Vienna also COR*. .
for this fellowship! day. ,,("The"Visiting Santa," for*Joe ah MM and' frs. Perc Love Mrs Holland Acker Friday. af- attraction,has Mrs many r.t'.ald.tourist nede available through our.,fixity! ,wll' CRlOI\ $ RaACCEPiANCE
The December card party chlldre" well Mr. and Mrs William EL ternoon. It has been Called the cultural Visit w' *lOOn waif you'-* anrr5 pi* M !'" fO tkt. jour purcfweaf
will be held December 10. Reservations Any parent Interested in chert. Mr. and Mr. Ed Han. Mrs Robert Earley attendedher center of Europe for centuries. with any major crtdit, card. We're looking forward to serving you!
should be made ear. having Santa visit their children Gen, Mr. and Mrs. liar Ian Ho1' bridge club meeting at the Also It Is noted for the sulphur
ly with Mrs. Dlpgs at 847-2314 for a few minutes in the comb and Mrs Emogen Smith home of Mrs. Bertha spring and underwater
Hostesses between December had dinner In DisriNcrivi STYLES MOM THI HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
for the meeting evening 11- Thankilving Or. Monday afternoon therapy treatment. Skiing anti N-
were Mr. Carl Kenton and 23 may contact Claudia Burton lando. Mr. and Mrs. Raynor Scud. snow sports are In the spot' AND THI ORIINT I
Mrs. Maude Williams. at 847-4604, or Jean Hag. Mr. and Mr*. Theodore Horning der, St. Cloud and Mr. and light In contrast to fun In the .-
gard, 847-3604 for appointment Mr. and Mrs David ll.! Mrs. William Breltsmann of sun In Florida. : : POLYNESIAN FASHIONS
or further Information.The leraon and Miss Ruth Peterson Orange Gardena called on Sir The Eret family had a' 1 1I
Miss Martin Tells
visits will cost f 1, with were callers of Mr. and Mra. and Mrs E. E. Gilbert during harrowing experiences during COLONIAL PLAZA MAIL, ORLANDO, FLA.
'Wedding Plans proceeds to go to local chariti. George Wright during the the week. the war, The family was sep .
... week. Mr. and Mr. Ed Hansen -. .... Approved Cm/it Canl Welcome

Mr. and Mrs. Don Martin, A party la being planned by Dr and Mr*. C. F. Llttell, were Sunday dinner ,Utll" of ikukc S:::;yFfeNl c:..:>::n: <:.s: ..,:.:.:.:. I < "pvt,.V1' IR7 ,sari;< i:*fd At >p.rte ''.Ctp ,, ",.* W U. I A.if ,
Orlando, announce final plan. the sorority for Friday, December Deposit New York; Mr. and Mr. and Mr. Wayne Gal- I
for the marriage of their 18, for both chapters. Mrs. Lester Milne Vandal! breath downtown, court on Monday,
daughter Donna Charlene, to Husbands will be Invited. Michigan and Louis Kloti, Congratulation are In order Mr. and Mrs. Hollls Evans,
Drummond Lansing, Michigan arrived .11II """"" _41 t(I >AA I *1(1I
Aubrey Eugene Thompson Jr., Peggy was a In for Mesdames Earl) Row. fir. and Mr. and Mrs Hollls
son of Mrs Gladys Thompson guest at the meeting. the Court during the week to say, Ed Hansen llarlan Hot- Evans, Jr., Orlando were Sunday
and A. E. Thompson Sr. bo-1) spend the winter. comb Harry Hudson, Charles visitor of Mr and Mr. I
of Kisslmmee. MASONS TO MEET Mr. and Mrs Jacob Schoon, Coburn and Luclen Archam Pearl Courtrlght. :lf.
The wedding will be conducted MONDAY NIGHT Highland Indiana .pent several bault for winning prizes at Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wai- tih "'
Friday at 6;30 in First : days with Mrs. Earl Dick the shuffle tournament The worth visited In Belle Clad !
Christian Church Orlando. All Orange Blossom Lodge! No. Mrs. Bessie Eubanka spent tournament was held at the and Clewlaton Sunday J't j
relatives and friends of the 80, F A AM, will hold a regularly Im
couple are Invited. stated meeting Monday, MAKE THIS THE YEAR TO
December 7, at 8 p.m.

Legion AuxiliaryTo held.Election All members of ofl".and re will Broth.en be. AT HUNT BROS.PROPHECY .

are urged to attend i: \
Meet Tonight ,\ e

The American Legion Aui. I
Diary will hold the regular .
monthly meeting Thursday 'I'
December 1, at 7.30: at the INITIAL EARTH'S NEWEST FRAGRANCE

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renting problems of cancer _1IIoUI MMsMMMI IKT'ratn
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and American become Cancer volunteer Society will "IW" M. ..** I'M t.. needs K MftelMtDf : I r, ..... ,, ._ .. A PtR'UU1)
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Harry-Anna Children } i, Uf(

At It has- every year, the to boys and give hi their INC.
Ladies Auxiliary of the Kl*. teem, with tome confined to PERSON'S
ilmme. Elks U win collecting bed, others In wheel chain,
Christmas rifts In the and the more fortunate walking ,
Page Six-The CttetU, Klsilmmee, Florida, Dee. 8, 1M1 form of toys to be sent to the with the aid of braces or
lUrrjr-Anna Hospital for crip crutches
Mini Cheryl Copeland: of ler. pled children at Umatllla. There are at present two INVITES YOU TO :
Arcadia was a weekend guest Bill Cephart la In Chicagothis Owned and operated bjr the. patients from OaceoU County, :tf
of Mill Lynn Neiberger. week attending tho International Florid Stata Elks AieocU.tion Bradley Dale Brown, age nine,
Livestock of which the local lodge of St. Cloud, and red-headed
Millie Schumaker and boy., Exposition
Mark and Scott, spent the Velma Tallejr of Orlando li a member, and working In Stephen Bennett, five and a CHRISTMAS SHOP tt/ ;:
holidiyi with Millie's parents, visited the II. R. Snyders and close cooperation with the half from Kliilmmee Neither tAT ,
the Raymond Coin., In Mt. the W. C. Nichols Srs. Sunday. Florida Crippled Children'sCommission U the child of an Elk.
Airy, N. C. Paul Sanborn of Caps Coral Harrr-Anna does The auxiliary hae placed a ;
Mike Bait, student at Tu. was In town Monday to visit not restrict: Itself to helpingthe decorated box In the dining THE STORE WITH 'I
children of Elks, but ac. the club, where .
lane, spent the holidays with tils father and greet many old room of any
his parents, Mr. and Mrs friends. Paul was formerly the septa for treatment any, childIn one may leave a toy. If you The QUALITY desire. 1; ,\;' ,
need of IU lervicei
would to contribute, you '
George Bait. manager of the local Chamberof care your __
Hileman visited hi. Commerce. At explained by George W. gift could make Christmas a I U.'f
brother and sister in law, the Birthday congratulations are Carver, Harry.Anna'i mana,. happier one for acme crippled The ECONOMY you require. /\l&, ... ,t- '
Byron Hileman Ira In Gainesville being sent this week to Roy Ing director, the hoipltal'i child at Umatllla. ,
ThankiRlvlng. Partin, Vic Gray, Robin Park. young patients need the com The Klnlmmee Elks Club /I \ '
Mr. and Mri. Grover Winch er, P.m Morse, Mike Bobroff, fort of toys not only at Chriit baa always been ft big tup-
will arrive this week from Helen Lynam, George Bast, mat time, but throughout the porter of the Harry.Anna Hospital .. PLEASE YOU WITH FRIENDLY COURTEOUS wry "
their horn. at Weitfleld, New Chrlsyann Mailer, Stephen entire year The children range Your help and contributions EFFICIENT SERVICE ,
York to spend the winter at Evans, Winds Kay Smith, from Infanta of few months are needed. :
Cypreis Shores. Patty Frakes, Glenn Ray, Connie I
Mr and Mri. Ralph B. Wood Evan, Bertha Taylor,
arrived this week from Moravia Malvln Samuel, Oliver Norris, 1 11
New York to ipend the Split Carroll, Bobby Lee, THE
winter In their home on Neptune Clara Chapman, Frances Murphy _!
Road. Reggie Keene, Nancy Q: CHRISTMASSAVINGS
Mr. and Mrs. J. Schoon of Graesile, Norman White, Mary
Highlands, Indiana spent the Wilson, Elaine Lawson, tJary ,
Thanksgiving holidays withD. Heffner and LauraBresilerPettlt. ..
C. Kessler Mrs. Schoon Is Best wishes to each of
the later of Mr. Kessler and you. 1 \
)Ira. Julius Smith. Mist Carol: Sue Hutchinson PLAN K$2tf 7. i
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Milne of of Boynton Beach spent the ,
Vandalla, Michigan have ar. holidays with her parents, Mr. kS
rived to spend the winter at and Mrs. James L. Hutchlnion. at the ; FREE REGISTRATION! $ i 1 /.1
the Klulmmee Motor Court. Mr. and Mri. Raymond But tJ
Mrs. Milne Is a sitter of Mrs ler arrived last week from f
Tola Dick and cousin of Mrs. Kings Park, N. Y. to spend th, FIRST NATIONAL BANK NO PURCHASE NECESSARY
Julius Smith and D. C. Ken winter. I 3 LADIES' DRESSES

I USAF Education OpportunitiesThe TilE MONEY YOU SAVE [Your Choice] TO BEj.. SPECIALANNOUNCEMENT I

door of educational op. facts about the Air Force educational SATURDAY
DEC. 12th. t
portunltlei It open to Klitlm- opportunities. Th. if
met and St. Cloud high school sergeant vl.lti the Klnlmmee DRAWING AT 8:00 P.M.
grsdustei,Staff Sergeant Jimmy Post Office from 1:30: to 4:30:
Greer, Air Force recruiter, p.m. and St. Cloud from 10 -lilt. You do not have to be WE WILL BE OPEN THIS FRIDAY,
announced recently. "Quail- a.m. to 1 p.m. each Tuesday
fled high school graduates OPEN YOUR CIIRISTMAS \ present to win. THE 4th, UNTIL 8130 P. M. ANDcf1J

ages 17 to Inclusive are eligible SOCIAL SECURITYREPRESENTATiYE
for these educational DUB fi *
opportunities under two Air CONTINUOUSLY EACH NIGHT FROM
HERE-NOW !U! 1 ,
Force laid
Under program"Operation Boottrap" A representative Security Administration of the Social FRIDAY THE 11th THROUGH THE 23rd.

airmen study on bate District Office In Orlando will
In their spare time and then. be at the Community {House PERSON'S I Inc.
attend a college summer se. December 7 and 21 from 9:30: Total 12 Extra Shopping Nights For
full time basis.Ths
master on a
second educational package to J2.3U: p.m. Phone,847.3751 ". Youf.Convenience..
lI'tn.a111' AlrnunTddcation : This servicelsn,, ade available ., Klssirnmee
to thoM vrtift wish r" TIFF FIRST NATION i L ( t 1 't 1
and Commissioning Pro- apply >>-
gram. This program offers for ola.a,. and survivors BANK OF KISSIMMEE i '* *
airmen the opportunity to attend insurance benefits, social security 4 @ $
college full time on a account numbers or
year-round bails and gain a obtain I further Information
commission at an officer. about the soclsl security pro Member. Frdrral Drpwtt I(Minuet (M,.
Sergeant Greer has all the gram.



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Methodist Consecration Hospital Notes Meet Wesleyan December Guild 7 to Obituary

Services Planned Dec. MEDICAL OF KISS1MMEEAdmUakm CaWTER' ofT ** Wwloyan Pint MeUwdMrt.Service Ckurth HdW OMTRUDE O. JONRR

13 will hold the annual Otrlattaaapartymeeting Ocrtntd 0cola Jens, 71,
Monday, De. member of I pioneer Polk
Nov, 24: Mr.. Tivltt Shellenberg amber! 7 at the horn of Mr. County family, pueetlaw.y In
Special consecration irv Larry Smith, Sandra George lest on Kill ffnid.A .. a It. Cloud nursing home **riyWe4tMd
lees! for the Daniel. Ella Lames, Juanita morning after a
n wly
second education whig of the The lasette, K.Jtixmee, FlirtJa: Dee I, lt fJ>ac. Seven Bird Nov 25: Mr. Jan Hand a* redpWnU of toleyear's lengthy Illne' **,
First Methodist church have Chriotma gMnf, In- Born In Bartow May 9,
been scheduled for Sunday Katherine Entorman, stead of the MMl rift exchange. 1M1, tile daughter of John
Dee. IS, Rev. B. B. William, Nov 28; Brew Elliott, Th family, oonaltU Edward BOWM, she had been
Henry Hill, George Ana, Mr*.
patter has announced of thN girl, age 6, II, andS a resident of Winter Haven for
Bishop James Henley of Evelyn Davie. and fear boy, age B, p, 10 42 year before moving to
Florida Conference of Meth- ( Nov. 27: Mr*. Greet Butler and 12, plus the mother and Ocala t year ago to live with
IIt edict churches Lakeland, and fir,. Lillian Simmons, Mr*. father who I I. a patient In a her daughter
I t Rev. T Howren Norton dla Kate Knox, Mra. OHI John- Hate TB hof .r I Ina trlct superintendent, Orlando, son, Ralph Knox, Rey Nicely, First Chrictian Church.
are to bring gift
Unda Schmack. Survivor Include one son,
will be the principal speakers
and conduct the consecration rb Nov. 28t, Tom Ritter. and wrapping* and part of the Oron Donald Jones, Winter
evening will be In
apent preparing
ceremony at the serve Nov. Wi none them for Christmas Haven) one daughter Ann
Ice Nov. 30: none Louise Sprinkle Key Weatj
A public inspection and tour tL { Dlarhtrge giving A three sisters Mn J. Edd Dry
special Christmas
of the new facility will be t/u_ Nov. 24: Halite Elliott, Agnes I II also program ant, Lakeland; Mrs. Jessie l Linltr .
mad following the service IN REHEARSAL alto section of the First Methodist Hollmgworth, R u a. e I ll I planned.Rusy Kliilmm and Mrs. J,
A fried chicken dinner will Chancel choir I II shown In rehearsal for the choir' presentation Wray. II. Baughman, Philadelphia,
be served guests by member of Handel' "Metilah" Sunday night They are, front row left to Nov. Hi Larry Smith Mr, Heavers Pennsylvania; 3 grandchildrenand
j of the Friendship clan at right, Margaret Gill, Jean Donahue, Gwen Murphy, Charlie Few, Cola Drawdy, August Miller Name Officers S great grandchildren
12:30 p.m. Sue Lusadder. Back row, Betty Pollard, Beverly O'Crady, Mary Nov 26t Sandra Daniel, funeral services were held
A former pastor of the Ruth Roger, Nina Sue Crowell!! and Netty William. John Robert, Henry Ford. The Busy Beaver 4-11 Club at t o'clock Friday from the
church will\ be the speaker at (Photo by Eby) Nov. 271 Mr*. Florence Cool. hat named its officer for the Grliaom Chapel, with the Rev.
the 7 o'clock evening service. bear Juanita Bird, Katherine year Gen Hitchcock, officiating.
Enterman, Mr. Marl Bay, Interment followed In Candy
Rev Jesse Waller, district tuperintendent They Include Patricia Lamb,
f + V, of the Jackson.vllle George Plpklna Harry MrClard president, Neveda Lamb, vlt'lpre.ltlt'nt Cemetery, Connortrllle. Grit
Chancel Choir SoloistsTo George Ana, torn Funeral Ham was In
r area, was pastor her ; Terry Campbell, charge of ,
during the 1940i. Nov 28i: Linda Schmack, lecretary-treaturer; Randy arrangement

The Initial pledge drive began Present The Messiah'"The Bruce Elliott, Florence Ehle, English reporter) Bill Horton,
In the spring of 1963 with Grace Butler. recreation leader) Dabble and Rebckah Lodge to
Albert Roger at chairman of Nov. 291 none. Charles Cappa, council delegate
the building committee Serving Meailah" an oratorioby Metcalf li soloist, First Pre- Nov. SO none.08CEOLA ., and Mr, Helen Cappa. Honor PresidentThe
with Roger were HenrySimmon George Frederick Handel, byterlan church: Orlando Mr*. adult leader
'. '_'" h.:, *, chairman of official will\ be presented Sunday at 7 Donahue la public school mu. HOSPITALAdmlaalon Klatlmmee Rebckah
-' h H p.m. at the First Methodist tlc teacher and Carglll I I. choral VETERANS SERVICE
ALMOST READY-Rev. B. B. William and M. C. Combort, Job church board; Murray Over. church teacher at Edgewater High SlIIKDl'LK: CIIANGKI Lodge No2 will entertain
superintendent, go over the plant of the new educational unit of street, Jr., Mill Helen Ban Guest lololita and the SO- School Orlando. Nov. Zit Ralph Cramblett, Mra. Attli Gardner, prealdent
the First Methodist Church at the door of the new building. The W. 0. Taylor, William J. Johnston member Chancel choir will "The, Menlah" composed bynand.1 Mr, Helen Ellis! The county welfare and vtteian of the Rebekah Assembly of
consecration ceremony It scheduled for December 13th. Sam Lupfer III, Al Cody, the Christmas In lion Nov, 23i: Mr. Geneva hares service office will be Florida, with a banquet Monday .
portion 24 In 1741
present day ,
(Photo by Eby) Mri. G. S. Murphy, Joe David, of Handel'l most successful of the more difficult of Mr. Bertha Hertel Mn Mar. open Monday, Tuesdays and December 7, at 8:1& at
Carroll\ Starling Fred Conard. aha William Johnston the American Legion Horn,
Jacobson Friday according to Neil
and known
beat work, under his work to perform It I la
r .. Jack Jennings of Orlando John Barber. Shelhorn, service officer. Reservation mud be made
... direction of Everett Amos, composed of rive choruses and
constructed the 1107,000 edifice minister of mutlc arias and recitative Nov. 2fli: Raymond, Walker lie will be In the St. Cloud by December 4 with Mrs Ma.
>'t designed by Architect Soloists will be Mr. and Mr. many The presentation will be Nov. 27: Ml** Lottie Law. office for welfare problem rte Eggtrt, I47-I81T.
IIIIIJ!! Alex Hatton alao of Orlando. Robert E. Metcalf, Mra. Jean given during the regular evening ler, Mra. Grace Miller, Frank and veteran service all day The banquet will be followed .
The main sanctuary was builtIn Donahue, and Edward Cargtll. church aervlce at 7 o'. Jacob, John Edge. Wednesdays and. Thursday by the regular meetingat
1913 and the first education Metcalf I.I on board of Seventh clock. The public I I. Invited to Nov 281: Mil Louise Clay. morning. Furman Base will the Woman' Club at I p.m.
.... 9 wing was completed In Day Adventist churches: Mrt. attend Nov. 20 i none handle all welfare problem All member and vlilllng Re-
fr 1969. Nov 301 John L. Thomas, for St. Cloud In the petition bekahe are Invited to both
The new building, conitruct "- Thomas Barfield, William No. vacated by Jack Baa. occasions,
ed of masonry and steel with bbs Johnston Fred Holiemer I -
x.. brick facing contains a fellow Dtontrge

ihlp hall kitchen stage, two Nov. 24)) )Ir.. Ruth Turner,
dressing rooms rest rooms Fred Harvey, Otto Willing.
and five classrooms upitaln. ham, Mlaa Debra Prather, Mr. BON AIR HOTEL
I Fellowship hall can be divided Carlcne Rather, Mr. Georgia
r Into three classrooms with Pert, Alvin Arnold. KISSIMMEE'S NEWEST FAMILY OWNED
the use of toundproof folding Nov. 251 Mra. Ella Stephen-
door and the stage I I. one of eon, Roy Blalock, Mrs Ruby Fr.. UtlllrUt Dally Maid S.rvlc

the largest and finest In this .... .., ,. ." .. .. Johns Mr*. Helen Elll, Mr. TV Room
trea. A special Bound system
Johanna Beck, Mr. Leona
and lighting ha been InitaUed. Editor, The Caitttei: "See you at the game, Bobl"' Gerriah, Mia Artie Mont De "OUR HOME IS YOUR HOMI"
Alto wall\ Jacks are installed The following word. are not Horn and cowbell*-*uch a Oca.
for future educational televl- adequate, nor are they eloquent ruckus Nov. 26i, Mr. Betil Sifter, Rooms and tfflcUncUt MO p.r w..k. up
L lion use, but I hop In tome "Watch that pa*_hold that Mr. Susie Douglas.
The room have acouitkal amall way they ran peak for Un.'" Nov 27i William Johnston 9 E. DAKIN ST.MAIL. 'f
the ceiling and walnicoatlng the many who feel 10 deeply, Rooting, cheering at
game .
Mr* Lulu Reynolds, Clarence
INSPECT KITCHEN-Rev. B. B. Wllllaml.lett., and Carl Schati
with vinyl fabric for the lot of Klttlmmr Bob time.
Jr. Inspect the dllhwa her In the kitchen of the unit at the First easy. Keach. -
cleaning The kitchen has ceramic Fatty "The team will miss ,
you Nov. 281 Taaha McCjy, Raymond
Methodist Church. stainless steel kitchen I II being equippedby
the wallt, quarry the Jut to spend a minute or an Bobl"
Schati Kitchen of Kliiimmee, (Photo by Eby) floor and I I. furnished with hour If you chose, Our town-people-young, old. Nov.Walker 29t Mill Louli (lir, AWAY QIRHEADQUARTERS

the latest In stainless steel To pass the time of day New foes, Mr*. Martha Jacobson and
Services Planned Jennie Phillips equipment. To atop In only to say, Enriched! A confidant' Friend. daughter, Alva Illgley.I .

Circle to Meet A central heating and air- "What'a new, Bob?" Serving ethics to ,thr, ", d'I I .'litfY J'I'3)i) :Qhl e. Ppurrl.f, j I ',
For Christmas conditioning unit cane for all *Dld you bear the latest "You are a legend Dob?" I )tre. Grace Miller\ .
The Jennie Phillip Circle weather temperature control. joke'" (not meaning fun to "HI mUklen on earth r,m. ,'.1
will meet Wednesday Decent A third unit I.I planned to be poke ) pies'" we cry Choice fltih CitiutTioptt&t 1J&.u.u
ices Two will special be conducted Christmas for sere the her 9, at the home of Mr. built on Church and Sprout. He'd roar along with you Yet, In the Great BeyondA ELKS TO HOLD MEMORIAL II I Jttty And
Rollint Sun. Margaret Aytei, 804 S. Clyde, Reverend William assumed In hope this Juke wt new void mutt hare been found 8EHVICK ON SUNDAY UAHtHAtAdt'
public College
at for a covered dish luncheon. the pastorate of the Klttlmme "That' I riot, Bob!" "HE need you, Bob!"
diy, December 1), at 6:15: and There will be an exchangeof church In June, 1963. The children-tote. The teenage Contributed by "A Friend The annual memorial service\ COME SEE OUR PISPUyS

8.SO: p.m. the gifts, valued at f 1.00. Alto group of the KUalmmee Elk Lodge o".cau OJ&
The services will
feature the OES aprons will be dellv He knew them all by name LEGION TO HOLD will be held Sunday afternoonat
66-volc Rollint Chapel Choir, Rose Circle to RnubsDEUXE'1P.O.
ered. With respect. he treated camel CIIICKEN BARIIFXTKMaklntonCarton S o'clock, ESPER
directed by Robert Hufitader, Hold Workshop "Gee, thanks Mr Faceyl"With Tribute will be paid to AI
director of the Rollln Con. each year, tome he'd lop Post will Kerr, George Person, Joseph j MX .87
tervatory of Music Catherine Jennie Mutton The Rot Circle of the Kitilmme -and muse serve a chicken barbecue Saturday Wllaon, Lloyd\ Lur**, James I MILE NOMTH Or- KISSIMMKK ON 7tl441FOR --

Crotler Gleaion organist of Circle to Meet Carden Club will hold Service college-married December 5th, at B p.m Jeffrie, John L Miller, An. .
the Knowlet Memorial Chapel, the annual Christmas work. TIME-would that you tarry I IYou'd Ordere will alto be taken for ton Hogelln, Charles Traynor,
will accompany the choir. The Jennie Hutton Circle shop meeting Thursday, December like that, Bobl" carry-ouU. John 8. Cadet, Lewis Nemeth
Admission to the services will hold a Christmas meeting 10, at the home of Down on Broadway, tmlllng The public I I. Invited. and Robert Facey, I .
will be card The ad.
by only.
Tuesday, December S, at 12.30: Mn. Roy Haniel. greetingEvery
minion card may be obtainedby with a covered dish luncheon, Mrs Robert Smith and Mra. p..rbyStrn"ra PROMPT SERVICE
writing Knowle Memorial followed by the regular meeting Stanley Evan will be hoiteite friends a jovial', G"
Chapel on the Rollln campus, at the educational buildIng for the 10:30 '.m. meeting "1111"! FUEL OIL
Winter Park. A stamped ulf- ON YOUR
of the First United Pretbyterlan -
addressed envelope mutt accompany
the request, along Church. KIROIINI AND pun Oil
There wl1be\ a gift ex-
with designation of service change. 'I Millions of People Use

Lee Baker will be hoitetiet.

Meet SundayThe charge of the program. Achf".& ('.In. Tension CALL

Circulation Muacle Spurn KISSIMMfl 47.303)
Ethical Fellowship of

Mr.7:30 and p.m.Mr at. James the horn Stam-of Th the Union season Tourist with Club it. first will FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION! OIL CO. I AND IIICUIC, INC

bough, 667 George SCAn evening open entertainment next ,.... 81. a... '.0. 6es 196 OrU...U I. .t: t OARLINOTON AVL KIISIMMIIrtina
address which wt given Tuesday evening Dee 8 at ITA-CIIAN I > 517.3763.v541.2161

by Jerome Nathanaon leaderof 7:30 with a get acquainted .- -- -
the New York Ethical Culture gathering and entertainment.
, Society, will be the ..ubI Everybody Invited to attend. ,
I Ject for the evening. Dr. There will be a very Inter.
George Beauchamp will read eitlng program every Tuesday
the addrea and will lead the night So com and Join the Select
ditcuitlon to follow. The title fan. Don't forget the Union new f -
of the address I. "I* Ethical Tourist Club dance every your

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.lf. Elfht.-Tlif Gatette, Kleelmmee, Florida, Des 8,1M4 Orange Gardens JottingsMartinaires New VA Medical\ Provision Set I

:':::::;:;::,}::a u eeatlrwll to PerformAt Effective Jan 1, 1MB, anew meat of an Illness or Injury
::r' proviatoa for the law, per. suffered by the veteran Melvln -

Eleventh in a Series: Civic UMnf to tHrfWHtjr for medl- T. Dixon, of the Florida
i i1
Meeting TonightBy cal 1 treatment provides, that Dept of Veterans Affairs aald

any veteran of World War I, today. This provision Is applicable -
; Flags, World War II, or the Korean only to those veterans
Ilil Many Van HeW
reported much-Improved. Conflict, Is receiving Increased receiving this aid and attendance .
The regular monthly meeting Lest week for the ClarenceC. rate of non service connected! rate under Public Law

Over Florida of the Orange Gardens Petersons, ISIS Orange pension based on need of r' 86-211, the new pension law.
j 2 i Cfvk Aseoelatlon will be held Btvd., was a lull schedule. On aid and attendance, maybe Dixon *nrr tM evening In the community Saturday, they went to Sara. furnished drugs or medicines veterans contact their

:::: Editor's Notes This Is the glnla and the Southern house at 7:80. A very special aU Mrs. for Fred a Connors.visit with The Mr.Con.and ordered on prescription Veteran County Service Officer I MENGES

11th pert of a continuing states, with many colon- I treat Is In store The Martin. also had u their guests of duly licensed physician at or write to P.O. Box 1437,
serial of Mlnnl. Moore fits from New York and circa, a choral group, will present Mr. and Mrs. Mayer of Skokie, specific therapy In the treat St. Petersburg, Fla.

:::: Wilson's booklet "Hlirtory Massachusetts, built commodious the program Illinois, The three couple. are I CLOTHIER TO MEN
} of Oweols County" (Florid homes and lived *1 M,.. Donald T. Stetson, whoIs friends of long standing, all
}# Frontier Life). The In affluence The fertile confined to a local hospital originally living In Illinois. On THE
work wu originally pub. acre were cultivated In ti': Is reported to be Improved.This Monday, the Conors and May SHOW YOU REALLY CARE.

liihed' la 1135. oranges, sugar can and week Mrs Elsie Grigs ers cams to Orange Gardens R MEN KNOW THE NAME
A NEW ERA Indigo. A notable sale I. by has been enjoying the YI.ltot ;
For the Thanksgiving holl- "WALTER MENGES" MEANS "TOPS"MAKE
Let us now leave the recorded where 40,000 Ibi :t her son, Mr. Walter Marten: day the Petersons had as dinner ,,
southern section of the of Indigo was exported at l Mrs. Marten and sons, Scott guests Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
} present area of Oaceola a high price to London i and Brian, of North Augusta ert C Duffy and Mr. and Mrs.
County and spanning the from the port of Pena South Carolina Thanksgiving
K. Rumen On Sunday
centuries cola In a single season.Hero Rudolph
gulf of two we
wu family
a get-together at
Mr. and Mrs. Jack
notable the Caucailan and FROM
find the most
the home of her daughter,
I event since DeSota's adventurous the red Indian lived for Corydon of Boca Raton en
Mrs. Robert L Eb,. Anothor from driving their A I ,
expedition( to three-quarter of a century route
I festive occasion, while the
back to Stetson Uni
of the In and f rlendihlpwith daughter i
be the entrance peace ,
guests were here, was a family
versity.opped off for a few PANNING LUMBER
CO. Inc.
tc Seminole Indiana Into the no Invasion beyond ; I celebration honoring Mr.Marter' ,
:k colony in the year of 1750 their established boundaryline birthday Mr. Marter days vlilL h.eJ
a i they migrated from A sever penalty was .. Is a nuclear physicist In the A charming and friendly w
Georgia and took up Inflicted upon the Indian atomic plant In South Caro- couple, Mr and Mrs Frank H. BLACK A DECKER
homes In the now nearly who transgressed or abused Coff, are getting settled Into
I deserted Florida, again the code of Indian hon lina.Mrs. their new home at 1717 Ceclle V." ELECTRIC

the province of Spain or, the punishment being .: William A. Sawyers, Street. They come to Orange
t} Enough must be told to meted by the Indlsn. At 1719 Janet Street, spent the Gardens from Battle Creek
acquaint the reader with this time the Indians were .: Thanksgiving week with her Michigan. Mr. Cuff retired this DRILL1T
:' the strange and picture- occupying large acre In son, Mr. James M. Sawyers, year after 28 years service
': esque drama and colonial Ole. o I la County, their and family at Lakeland. They with The Sears Company The
(t.. annals holding sway In the principal occupation being were joined on Thankslvlng Cuffs are "doers". Among Mr.
+ new frontier life In a that of taking car of : by Mr, and Mrs. George Got!'. hobbles woodworking
:: strange land. their cattlea which were Scheese. During the visit the He Is also an avid fliherman. $988OTHER
t f Florida, now known by on the Klislmme prairie. : Sawyers and Scheeses also enjoyed We observe that Mrs. Goff is
all the clvlllied nations of After the purchase of a visit to Weekl-Wachee especially talented and clever

the world, had been the Florida from Spain, the I.: Springs with the "....machln.", The
scene of stirring, dynamic Caucasians gradually entered Mr. and Mrs. Erford Woods area Is not new to the Goffs. I
events First, Florid had further into the cen chose the lovely weather of For a number of years ,hey SUGGESTIONS
been conquered by the tral section of Florida and lilt week for a few days of often to visit Mrs Goffs
11 came
.: French under the command "slav catching" became : relaxation at Ormond Beach. father, who lived in St. Cloud. 7 RACK t DECKER ELECTRIC SAW $29"STEEL

.:; of Jean Rebaut In an evil as well arduous : They enjoyed a lovely view of Welcome to Orange Gardens YOUR SANTA HAPPY
;; 1562 and the trl-colored task Many negro slaves the ocean from their apartment
:}:. French flag floated over had run off from Georgia rand at the Blue Bird Motel. Mr. John Lenved came on S UTILITY TOOL BOX .............. $46 I
the parapets of the new other southern states Strolls on the beach and lounging Thursday to spend Thanksgiving
}. land. Later, the Engllih and found homes with .19 In the sun were the order with his father, Mr. A. X*
B. Lendved. He returned SELECTION OF STANLEY
both the white TOOLS.
gained posienlon and the plantersand of the week. On Sunday they
rrrr British flag threw her colors the Indians The result were joined for dinner by Mr. Chicago on Monday, where he
fr: to the as history records, : ad Mrs Harold Rice of Springfield Is attending sales meetings of a DITTSOKWAND SAWS. Check These Suggestions
Spain, always jealous of was the "Seven Year Seminole : M.... The Chain Belt Company Mr.
.I her early rights, got possession War," r: Lenved Is the manager of
E Visitors of Miss Sylvia
of her old Briefly, w European Interests of the com-
province may say, ;
Smith and Miss Katherine A I-
; and In 1821, by negotiations that this war cost the Federal : len pany. He lives with his familyIn
were Smith's brother
with Spain, the Government $40,000000 ,- : : Mr. Carl R. Smith, and Mrs, ) Dusseldorf Germany.Thanksgiving rT-1 & J4
United States acquiredthe In warfare, and the rr Smith of Kankakee was special ,
I colony of Florida for Ion of about 10,000 sol c+ Illinois this year for the Gilbert D. VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS
Mr. and Mrs Smith #
y the sum of $5,000,000. die,.. The route used by r:: jet flight from Chicago: the to Heddens Their son, Mr. Norman i MR. SID, GOLDEN CLASP
For the fiat time in the American soldiers was Hedden, flew down from STAMPS '
American history the through O.ceola County Tampa and spent a few days Tulsa, Oklahoma to spend the" ? TIES
sightseeing the
I beautiful fold. of the by way of the Reedy on Wilt coast holidays with them.
Stars and Stripes unfurled Creek section.After r before coming to Orange Gar
: r
from the ramparti of old the treaty of 1842 3: dens Mr. Smith Is a heating j's.:;
Fort Marion, St. Augua- Indians and whites scat : contractor and interested In SewelMhurmond
tine, and peace was for a tered, the Seminole seeking ;, weather conditions and tem PANNING LUMBER CO. Inc. I
time I enjoyed by the homes In the Everglades E:. peratures. We're sure he was USED FURNITURE I
I sparsely settled communi In this mysterious impressed with our fine weather Stove Refrigerators

ty. The absorbing historyof country, named by the Indian : of laitl week. 12 N. Gertrude St. at RR PHONE 147.1$27 ,+
the "Land of Flowers," Pay-hay-o-kM or David Bernard, who Is Orlando Highway 17 It, North KlsslmmooBadcockb .
the crusades that chat- "Grass Water Country confined to a local hospital, Is I

lenge, but cannot be refuted with Its many rivers, fish I t- f
L all glee to Florida and forest animals' the PURITAN '
[ a halo{ of romance that Seminoles f,,und'jhTrefug\ : : : "'ftrUttli *l 9' ,r P
ZasebZlih IPOd *
} i yi.W.In beauty to no oth- aid here the Indian, ; \ :
::u ier state in the union. stimulated by their sacred e. WEATHER PROOF
Coming back to Oiceola tribal rites, and with a :: 1
I County It seems to the dmlre for peace, found :: for CRRISTMAB JACKETS
writer that no lUvlnlnn of contentment and again resumed e
the state can present a their tribal cui- : : [hW's AED ,
I broader vista of historical tom. r ROCKER HOBBY
lor*. With its total area OSCEOLA COUNTYIN cvr *:T

of 918,000 acres, with Its LATER YEARS #: YOUR DOLLARS r HogsE I
prairie, marsh and timberlands Returning to Osceola 4

with Its lakes, rivers County, with her 47 years t $) 1n
and antiquities of the of prosperity and pro- s21? 1i

prehistoric I races, all grass, her dauntless: courage :: ON USV TflMSto BUY MORE ..
weave Into a historical Is shown today In her FS a", .. ,..e." I moilar, a thread of romance capital city of Klsslmmee, ::
i that dovetails with where the municipality of :} BOYS and GIRLS BIKES
the history of larger and the town is superior to e
more prosperous areas many larger and wealthier WILSON BROTHERS
Only a shadowy historyof clUes ': 24" Deluxe lib SJQ9Sk e
the fsr-famed Florida The municipal water ::: .y. ..0.....' ,...., ,.11 i PAJAMAS
: may be touched upon In and light plant Is taking 26" D.bx Bike I REGAL ROBES f
this brief sketch such a* the place of the old surface :::i 1 arye'wWl,' . 4995 V CHILD'S PIANOS p
} the writer la expected to wells of 1887 ss well IIW'"a 1p
t present to the reader, but as replacing the tallow 26"D.Iu..Bib $5995 3X" 1s
like the unfolding of a candle and the kerosene i:: IOn'OtOltLS'___ _-....._ s99sj 1d
drama of a heroic epic, lamp.. paved itreet are SJ.- 1 wesa "w"sw""e""r'
Osceola County comes vividly Inviting the touriita and : '.5 F17 k :II d
ree- .
+ the automobile ......... .
before us with a dignity of latest +, DELUXE 20"TRAINER BIKE .
} 11915 d
and historic background designs art like shooting t SAP COASTS asaxlCIiIOMIHANnt5IAlt --- .---
found only I In a stars as compared with :3995' R
few dlvlilons of the state. the slow moving ox teams ir.lele WAe.b 5eeeve.Ne 19 Kry c
PEACE REIGNS which required two, four : oars w eM, $s w..a as..s...c.-a. 129' a
Turning a leaf back or six oxen to haul pro. "HEDSTROM'- .---
ward, we may see FloridaIn visions from Sanford to t COAins -"- sin A 1
those fascinating primeval Klulmme In the day of HEDSTROM asCeast.rbro/lE "" Mug
days when the Span. frontier life 60 years ago w/ ??
tab nation had practically Theonehpndredfoot }}, SI : ? I
evacuated Florida, and Broadway street, adorned 1411* MM10"Sis '9 wooK16"flu SELF CONFORMING
the Seminole tribe of IndUan with stately palms and .11
has become live oaks atunnst :
Inhabltant and
carpeted gntttri
,, .13 loot
as well by owner with bermuda grass, together i
by right of occupancy. with Its glittering
Th Indian had acquiredthe white way, make the newcomer 10" Sian ,, C
wild cattle and horses see at one the :;: 12" flu ,,,,, '16" W."LI : 1

left by the Spanish peo. prominence of the city k
I pie. Also they had the and has brought the city r
employ of slaves official acclaim the ofti
runaway a ploulul LI i
from the Southern states, stranger names Klsilm- Au 13"sUs tit
who took refuge with the mee "The City of Pro. 2N'TuguuA tid

red In race the The fields negroes toiled gress." This broad beautiful fTEEIH il1\ \ I I \ ci \1cK\\ a week tiit
while tilt boulevard Is a lasting
Indian continued their memorial to the first ADIAR
'I tribal life In their wigwam woman's organization of B.Ioek iddl7..JIEGf FREEMAN SHOES itu

villages, hunting and fiih- Kisalmmee, whoa tireless AND
log and for their extra energy made possible Kis- A
commodities sold their simmev's pleating drive ti \ \ I Save SLIPPERSMICHAELS.STERN srpl

wares to the few Spanish way, which they have '
i people who still traded guarded so jealously for 1
with the Cuban market over thirty years. .I fr
The planters from VIr. (To be continued ) :. inw
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Phone 847-5605 14 N. Stewart Ave. KUttmmee Acr... SlrMt Iris CatWfc Qwdirm

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Reaches Half-way Mark at Brahman Inn i ior i ir i rCHRISTMAS SHOP AT. .


!", re.; ."tt" KiommH! Fbrh1a Or- r t .
Cl "WI i c Arinor : : :;:: :.:::::::::. MAKINSON'S'OR

"...... 400.1 .
Approximately -, .

$30,000 SpentIn tt ,' .": ,.. ., .. 1"tek Osceola Census THE WHOLE FAMILY

ProcessAn Brings Farm FOR B

Statistics CurrentThe MOM SUlInG'A'WjJ

Intensive remodeling and fable

renovation program has reach- 1964 Census of Agriculture >
cal the halfway mark at the now being conducted ice crusherII
Brahman Inn. Earl and Una
by the Bureau of the Census "HAMILTON
Turner began the updating ,. ti. U S Department of Com BIACHltEORIC
program two year ago when mrrce in Oaceola County. wilt
they purchased the facility at ,
bring up to date farm stalls
110 East Oakln. tics last. collected In 1959. HAND
During the two year period Here are a t.'" of the many MIXERS
approximately 30,000 h a I hr fact recorded In th* 1959 I
been expended In materials in
farm census for this county $1695
; bringing about the many
na There were 490 farms In
changes effected.In .
P t 1951)\ compared with 527 In
the of remodelingmore
1954 The average sine of farm
than 500 gallons of paint
was 1,771.7 acres In 1959, compared -
have been used and about 650 cond.
with 1,6844 acres In
yards of drapery
have been made into attract 1954 COUNTER
lye drapes that lend beauty The value ol product sold STOOL "
and cosiness to the rooms.Walltowall by the county' farmers In e
earprting4p.proximately t fiA 1959 was 17,724,366. The value ynhtesbleh.ur5lsss
3,000 square yards of crops sold was $4,289,138 murdychronictram." dn'l" Portable for convenient

covers the hallways and The value of all livestock and use onywhere, It crwiSes
many of the rooms. livestock product sold wast3.4S5.228. Re"'dvinl
Much of the work In remodeling Seal let coarse or fine.
The 1964 national Census of C Stainless steel
of the 62 rooms and lobby "korrully ,
wwti has been done by the Turn. Agriculture Is the 18th In a 'ph.r"" self-feeding
have series which began In 1840. S9tS
,rte A ,, ers. They completely redone 13.95 .
the lobby and completedthe PAINTS MURAL-Earl Turner, owner, paint a mural In one Because of the rapid changes cutters."GINIRAL"
first floor rooms. Presently of the room at Brahman Inn. The hotel I I. in the midst of a American agriculture has been
I work Is centered on the major remodeling and renovation program Turner also servedas undergoing In recent years, Miner

second floor rooms. first president of the art society her. (Photo by Eby) Census Bureau officials regard > 't l- OOAtnT"ToASTIU
The central heating system the current census as '
STUDY MACHlNERY-Butch Parrish, right, assistant to the has Individual control unit one of the most significant I 1 '.
city manager, explains the mechanism of the mailing machine and the building I* protectedfrom ever taken. They ark every lTIAKf'
at the City Hall to. members of the Oiceola High DCT el.... fire by an automatic i farmer and rancher to cooperate ) 9S A'W'oo'm'KNIfir
Marsha Moore, seated, demonstrates while Leon Lidik Robert sprinkler system. The rooms tyr In compiling an accurate !
Murray and Joe Harblion look on. (Photo by Eby) all have private or connectingbaths. record of these changes by t:: r
filling out the census form he r $!H
The year round and semiyearly receives In the mall and holdIng I Jar
( guests, who have the the completed questionnaire ,.Pc. CORNINO
z\ same rooms each year, have until a census taker calls n
had the pleasure of selectingwall for ItSouth WARE STARTER

colors and floor coverings SET.M4" .

s It i ".nlao for The their Turners rooms.encourage the American ., Percolate,

guests to feel at home and to
pursue hobbles and special In. e Rancher BUl8Kissimmee

b 4c terests. One of the guest ..
+? j IM tar to'Z
f takes great pride In his garden > Goods I I"
-a few yards of soil at LJ d2 JJ
the east end of the Inn. He r 'fir Ixithar Could of Goold's Department :(
cultivate the area with loving Store recently re '
care and everyone enjoys the ceived a letter from Marcos J. I 99S
beauty creates, Mrs. Turner Miranda V of Equador, The

reports. letter requested a catalogueof
Another retiree a p e n d I fl the clothes, boot and other !
hour happily working awayIn .c' cattleman supplies Goold' ad. [3V[ ,
the greenhouse veHlnes. DAD
Many of the women knit together Miranda was here In KIs.tlmmee .

sharing patterns In the spring buying
praise and friendly I chatter cattle for his South American
according to Mrs Turner th. H referred ,f1\abes
1 ra was to
GIVE AWAY PONY-Some lucky boy or girl will become the In the evenings some guest Oneida and Hertberg's as HACK I MCKIIno '
proud owner of this pony for Chrlitmai. Makinion Hardware play cards In the spacious lobby of cattleman apparel.suppliers iWILtIR Iafntl"g'
U giving the pony away on December 24 at 5 p.m. He will beIt.n some watch television and II* bought from each store -1
In the Christmas parade Saturday evening. The ponycomet others listen to stereo or hi- and fUeTRIC
apparently was happy
martingale and blanket.Children fi music In the music
complete with saddle bridle, comer .
CELEBRATE ANMVERSARY-Jtunt Bros., Al and P-te, are with Klsslmme ranch supplies
each time theyare The Turners Invite the
3 and 12 register publicto
may w.
ages celebrating their 19th anniversary In Klsslmme with a giant for h* seem Intere.te.n
accompanied to the! store by a parent (Photo by Eby) stop In and see the improve.ments : ::
that have been made. ale, with prices to cult everyone In addition to these specials ordering more. (
1 They plan many'more for the they will\ present the i2-pieee accordlan band from the Klulm- _LIe M /

Growers; I fuure.vb 1': A. {mea Music Center Friday night following the parade.. Th band y The perfect gift for th '; .... ,' It/4-.. ANY aPU'
'Os+ cola Wool 'n!I I' will In front of Hunt Pros, B.SO to ;
Both 'MrMd Mrs. Burner plsy from ; : 'friend who ... everythingMtbarription. I
1180.N1oto T-7! 9.., >''''..'.... 4 I.>.,, HIM, twaitftj
by Eby) to The Osiette
are active In the community WIIT A WWMI iMthpHMtoi WM>,
RecordsWool Mrs. Turner Is a teacher In the I VM4 allies, '-J"i'9 IMIMIMIW
I to
Urged Icep MIM. I bet _* .. ere. ..",
public school system and Mr ELECTRIC 1M

growers In Otceola The sales record for lambs of Turner the art was and the culture first president association. 1"'i K"' MAyl ,1, -4 ..t7lswo A'M*" .JIf.'I- SOLDERING 0-e&;; :,..rNt..:=-:: \Tall:ww.

County are reminded'about the sold should Include the name He has done many of the OUN CWUIe t-tW .
Importance of keeping adequate of the buyer his signature mural. on display In the Inn.
records of their salesso and the number and livewelghtof ONLY S14tS

that they will be able to lambs Bold, plus the descrip-. Citrus IsNumber C
make proper applications for tlon "unshorn". Lamb payments
payment under the wool Incentive are made only on lambs One 1 *'
that hare never been shorn to (1Ym
unusual shearing of
According to Clyde E. Story, lambs discourage before selling. Citrus has replaced cattle /

Office Manager for the Agricultural Story also reminds growers as the number one agricultural 695/ 1)RAYOVAC
Stabiliiatlon\ and Conservation that current marketing of wool product In Osceola County, according .
County Committee, and lambs through Dec. 31, to a report releasedby
sales documents are the basis 1964, will qualify for Incentive County Agent Jim Smith. -4r. '
for payments under the wool payments under the wool pro The figures making citrus 5'5 4r.tsMOOrf1'
program. The producer must gram for the 1964 marketingyear. king he said, were preparedby N
support his application for Beginning with 1964, the Dr, Ned Cake marketing / '41reflector /
payment on shorn wool by a marketing year Is the calendar economist of the Agricultural 20OFF
statement or bill of sale signed year. intension Bernice of the University E3N0
by the buyer This record Growers are urged to file of Florida.
must show the name and address their applications for payment, Citrus Is not only top-dog
of the buyer and seller, supported by the required sales In over-all dollar Income to 1M "UN'U41'1'111" i t I I
date of sale, net weight of documents with the ASCS Oaceola agriculturalists, butIt 'III"II .Mee Hit
wool sold gross sales proceeds County Office as soon as possible Is among the highest In IMA ,*,iUK with i<.vest sviioflinternetf
and marketing deductions after their fall sales are value per unit of any single : KM) i.'M'' he4UM ..
if applicable completed. crop. According to Cake Oscar ALL LAY-AWAY TOYS .,INIf testes '.".", ti .1"...
ola grower received $..99 de- I lust* 'lfc| ftll.rie.. 011,15 hMMI
die a**.*,
livered'ln per box of orange.
Kissimmee Elementary School News This brought them In an estl ( /
mated 19,128,110. Cattle FOR THE a
brought In only |4 million to

I Over 5,000 Books Now Oaceola rancher during the WIII'utlCJ""dt',
same 1963-44 season KIDS Nse
Add to the orange volume tact. M
In School LibraryBy grapefruit, tangerines, tango- 7)
lot, and even some lemon, and

other countries the citrus volume for the fear C.w*.y Suite' H..., Spur/, C,. wi ...., SIr".*,

We're Peggy of Bradbvry library studying Mrs. Schiele about visited the room nn brought I10J2JJWO.n." a box Grapefruit delivered- GOODYEAR ALBUM No. 4 C.vr. t W...ns, W.".'f< .. |. Owns, 32 IlfI..,
proud our the Hri.sK. Irchlftf let, .
and the variety of books It and showed and explained In; and tangerine brought $ 00STEREO
of the
offers for research information clothhig and custom 1427 a box.Growers
and enjoyment. Miss Bet people of India. While study. : I. WIN A SHETLAND PONY
the following children ..
Librarian and U ing Japan J -
ty Pollard is to File N M A t
doing an excellent Job in itim- brought In things identified {
slating the children's Interest with this country. Sharon For Payments U"C
hi books. McLeod and Andy Seylerbrought : ,
an abacus, Becky Sullivan ) Growers fT ,, 0
were reminded today
carried The library the them bulletin Thought board showed chop stick, Dan to complete all detail ef 1r CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS ,l. i M

Other rtte Larson had a Boml painting marketing wool and lamb !lotIa..r y I O
Thanksgiving. ,,
Howard 15 BULB II
seasonal decorations and displays act, and Cheryl than December SI, fat STRING ... BEST QUALITY
of Japan. (
showed picture
make this suite of rooms Burton and links\ order to receive payment for I
most attractive. AH children Richard the current marketing year, o 4C. ,
In homemade
from each of our three build- Green for Via Hill' clue toe Clyde E. Story, Office Manager I N
inn visit the library each seep. for the Agricultural Sta- $120
week to check out book ae. to beginning a kUisation and ConeervsUonCounty S N
This room
Ninety new science book nit *. Irving thing Art Committee point out T 0
We recently been added t* Logsdon brought a squirrel's that marketing onpltod after K.Q While lest I W
tile shelve At present we heart Ann Hoteheeon brought that date wfll .. eligtWe They *i *ai ii w ipVH* B Bi ggy 4v BBii c4
have vr 1,000 book in the reference material oa bird for paysMnto for th* 1965arkrUag WIN "DU'"" COMPLETE WITH OUTFIT

library. and insects Lane ..,.oadI year HIM the wool GOODYEAR SERVICE SPECIALSFRONT Wl* A |a.fl_d ,..r Ce.*4..* weds f.*... M.., M.,.
Tke second sis-week gndlsg had a model dr, and CarelBaakett marketing year now to .. s .e*.l. sad Mm*** '..r wM 1M ...... wy III y eVawlOHi ...
period ended Tuesday. Dembcr had a tee Cocooa. ealdernit baa!*, th* sal /.e .. 14fk .. .. kl
**! p. A* *MMr* ... I Mirc..
<* t and report card for Each student U planning aresearch wU aut be eeetideved a. taking "1. C...... ..., .1S.
trade feet five and ail go project and booklet. plane to die 1M4 .."..- END ALIONMf NTS _...._.. ..? ......_"............... 6rlALANCI -* -...>e*.*re by.(.....see.*. Ce look..*.*wars*.*....*.,. vlalf>4.M ef.4 Hl.00> !
horn the following Tuesday .. topic abort MUaaaia. 't. hag If ef l ...
a year part a ** *
December !. dente are encouraged to deere ef beat lit My w ol la Mt ....- WHEELS .............._........ .. ............_...... fl "Iw/l.y..e..war"M.CMeme'e eAlldra. at Mebseea!wry M*.Nerdww.N,. 1.00 ,<.. *emaHs.IN ,. I
Mrs. pat TUley's level **. ef ..... projecU: preswr* tied by December II.rayiMHit .
das has been todytag city some type .f animal *r part for th* 1X4 snarfcettag 100 FRfl T.V. STAMPS WITH PIll-OP PLUS AN AVALON TUMILIRT1
wd country life. Mill lAter .f animal fawwt conation year wffl begin abort.
animal for obe- -
brought in a fan eowpMe bring a Br April af line year, after th* MAKINSON
whir anisaal and tara equipment vattoa
Mr program Mr.**t rat* are d-
faW terms a.d. I based e* th*
Cysthl Fahncetodi U s sawstedeet :..-'. elaM U k.naegthe prime received fer ehom average west NORTHSIDE SUPER SERVICE, INC.

,... Puerto Klc*. Aneat I""t Z.vstUoPar.lnar\e s aid .to '". Paras***. for die .HARDWARERemodeling
noaoal and different Lawns ESySildi 11U NORTH MAIM nun PHONI 14740if7
1MI MriketSnc MI saaretJng
ef die early Wg- year
friend to expected U ceca* sad boob wIth afl. ...> trcoetrlboUd ) taking ...... er ****. .. ...,/' ..../ kI." ,, '
ftv. !. die ...... with th* al docment opUev after December / 7S.-/ "" .. FStlt1Iy Gift C.t91rg"onol
II 1M4
pleted ,
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boy and gbrla. TV II M Elf tee. Roy >PartIa. re/eresM win a* .... to U* eprtog *fIMC. .... ,see eeF ..fl1l.11
Mia* )(. .. BUT feerthgrade 1.-1 I
baa fed a good to kaki 1 FLfruTLJjJflhlrnrJIInfl't.


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hp Trn-The OM.H Kl."imme., FJerMa, Dee. $, 1064 Nerlv* .f Intention .. Mak.Appli..tI. County. Florida this Bektr Judicial In the Circuit Court ef the
.. ..* n..a Pliekarts'PG Get Greater With gUti Circuit In and for Christian SdeaeeSodttr
In Impact r" SEAL: ) Cevnty of Oeceola, Mat of Flor.
j ii Bi"'iliiB\i. l'.r Ida: and yen are hereby um-
Legal Notice COURT. : Of time aMYl Court mooed, ordered and reaalred tofile Eat Wednesday. 8 ..
D.C.PhIllip written answer or defeneei p.
COUNTY.- FLOJtI A. Gazette Classified t.; leacor 0. Jowers your
ALL WEOM IT 11I41' voie.Z9otio Display EsItey5'ost t* the Complaint' filed SM N. BaadotphSinday
OTICB TO DITOHI: : ", Ofrlo. So. ISIC herein against yon In the above
I a. ...,. (] .fl ef tk.* C*..ty 11.., &rS ; YAV; : I. hareby given I .) entitled cause In the office of Service 11 aem.Sinday .
Ore.ln <*...y, KIHdn M01ICB TO "* hare.. filed_ my final : tat.rW a.".s.A'fI.;\ the Clerk' of the Circuit I Court In Sckool ':10 sja.Factory .

\ EE N jjlTHB, BJrrATB 0?' \t ''0 ALL, DlBTRIByTBBa CRHIDJTOR8 ANDALLPBRSONJ LBrlA.TBBB : m S.z.cetor'. ht' a/ku tb.,:.Jo... I Real Estate for Sale Nov. u. I.. D.e. a. 15. 1544 at and the for Court Oeceola Home County In Florida Kleilmme -, I HAVING CLAIMS OH 1.1 B. Albrecht deceaaed! that I CLASSIFIEDAD NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS *, Florida. on or before lbs 4th
all CtdltorLjekt.eS, I.. DEMAND AOAIN8T BAID B8- have filed my petition I Illaeharjc for final NEW FIVE bedroom country NAME LAW day of January, A.D.. .llll and
trlbuteei, end all Perien* havingClaim *. and that; I will bathe with Florl te eerve a copy of such aneweror
\0\i to cbs Hon. RICHARD A. BKOic- home Three RATES TO defenae Thicker and
$ or Pemand. agalnet aeldTou AND EACH OF TOU are /LJo&WMT upon RUSSELL STOVEE
Entat.: hereby notified and required to BON County .Judll. of Petit da room and central heat Double : Thacker. plaintiff attorney,
and *ach of you ar* her.. preeent any claim which you or County, Florida on the nth day Available adjoining I cent per word MOTIC-B la HEREBY fllTBIV whose aadrea I* Poet Office Beg WaeIa.allyPa., Candleswelvely
carporU. ...
by. notified and required to pr. Ither of you, may hav* agalnatth of December ZICI. for approvalof minimum ,75 th.t pureuant to th* "Flctltloue 117, Kleelmmee. r.o or
aent any claim which you, or utah of Pearll T. Brren, th* eame and for final die aere,,". $21,000 terma. 847 Name Statute," Section Ml 01 ef before eeld date, "iilr:2 by Sold ..
either of jrou. mr hay* anlnit deceaeed, (lit. of Oeceola County charge aa Ancillary Biecutor ot 2885. Claialfled Display (with. the 1141 Florida Btatutea, the lew. If you fall to do eo, a decree Sf. Cloud Hotel
the catat of Betty O. PaulW. d*. Florida, to the County Judge ot the eetate of Haul B. Albrecht.eka tinderelgned who are the only pro confeaao will bo entered
ceaaed. late of Oaceola County aid county at hi. office In tll.Courthou. Maid B. Albrecbt, ..c.... out border) I centered 8 partle Interested In the hereinafter agalnat. you for the relief de- Soadry Ike*
Florida to th* County Judge ot .. at Kleilmmee, ,..Iorl.da. REDUCED FOB quick aale. point lines count aa 4 named business enUrprle mended In the Complaint
sold County at hi. offlo In the within ell calendar month This 11th day of November Nice building lot. St. Clout! will present proof of publication WITNESS my hand a* Clerk' of
Florl.tfa I,,'. word*) 14 point lines count ef this Notice and with Circuit Court and the
Court Houee at Klenlmmee, from the dat of th* first publication 100 resleter enid * within .1* calendar month of this nolloe. Each claimor Richard Campbell 50 x 100 $400. 11x\ $600 M 8 word; 18 point lines the Clerk of th* Circuit Court of sold Court at Kleelmmee, Oeceola SAND ROCK
of tint publl. Ancillary Bxeoutor of th* Nelson 117 Broadway. Oaceola County Florida, the tie County Florida this let
from th* due th* demand must b* In writing Realty, on day MORTAR MIX
ration of thin Notice, Bach claimer end must elate the puce of reel- eetete of Hand B Albrecht count M 8 words, 24 point tltloua name "Un versa I system of December 1114
demand muet be In writing dene of the claimant and mint a/k/a fuel B. Albrecht, 847-3093. lines count at 12 wordi. Co," under which they are en. GLENN RAT STEEL & WIRE MESH
i and muet atate th* puce of residence b* worn to by the claimant, hi. v.e..4ITt afed In buelnee at 14 N Stew Clerk of the Circuit Court.
ef th* claimant and mont agent or attorney, or the earn RHARIT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY PHONE 847-2881 art At.* Klmlmmee, Oaceoia Oeceola County, Florida
4 be eworn to by th* claimant hi. will become void according teTHIf Beautiful S bedroom-2 bat County: Florida, this IT day ofNovemi'rr Thicker and Thacker
attorney, or the aim I.w. Aitorn.yain I'" DEADLINETUESDAY AD. 1164 Attorney for Plaintiff
: rlntb:0 void according. to ? the find day ot November Magnolia Avenu home, 3300 aq. ft. under roof. MICHARLE S WHITE KlMlmmee, FloridaPea -

i tCld.a Winter Heven Florida Two ear garage, 16 acres al. NOON Nov. 15. II, boo. I. 10 IKI I. It, IT. II, 1114 r
"fh'Vt'b llth ear ot Novmber Nov. 11, II. Deo. I, 10. llll
r ro
net. / OENB BRTAN WHBF.LBR mont In heart of city, 125\ wo
11 Evelyn P. HooUhan Oene Kxecutrlx Bryan of Wheeler the Entat ofI THB IN THE NINTH! CIRCUIT JUDICIAL<< COURT CIRCUIT OF bile home ipacei, potential income I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS COUNTY JUDGES (COURT 0 @

Executrix of th* Estate: earll T. Bryan deceaied OF !THE STATE OF $3,000 per month Good Real Estate for Rent I NAME' LAW 08CEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.

of Betty O. J'.ulk.tI.c..II. Murray W.for Overelreet Executrix Jr.Attorney IN AND FOR ODCROt'A l.'OUNTt terms available. C. H. Lucai TO ALL WHOM IT 11'1' RE: ESTATE OP
P. O. Uox 710 MID-8TATB HOMe, INC., Broker. 1110 N. Main Kliilm TWO ONE!!: bedroom MAT CONCERN: JOE Ic. JOHNSTON. KISSIMMEETRANSIT.MIX
Nov. II. Deo. I. 10. U. 1M4 Kleelmme, Florida Florid. apartrnenti. -' ftOTUH! IS HERESY GltKVName : Ijecensed.ROTICE. ,
Nov. II Deo t. 10 IT. 1114Floweri a Plaintiff corporation. met, phone 8474303. Available for season tll.t pursuant"to the "Flrtllioul TO (RF.DlTOilli
Statute, Section HI,01 of ) LEGA.
-v_ : BARGAINS-Extra larg Lakeside Motel ft Apartmenti. the 1141 Florida Ptatutea, the .f HIMUI rKB, AND Phone
n( W. JONES and MARION : 847-3524
underelgned who the only PERSONS
Phone are
For All Occasions
hometltea trailer
HELEN hi. choice
JONttH wife or II parties Int..t.d In the hor.ln. (lit DEMANDS AGAINST SAID
PIZZA DefendanteNo. bualneu loti. $10 down $8 mo after named booms.. enterprisewill ESTATE;
ELLIE HUGH'S H I7ITKOTK OF sliT Tropical Park on Rt 441 in N.' FURNISHED DOWN STAIRS preiient proof of publication You and each of you are her*.
of thle Notice and regleter withthe
apartment Reasonable rent. by notified and required to pre.
THB STATE OF KIXmlIJA Kiiiimmee. Electric good water. Clerk of the Circuit Court of
sent any claim which you or
FREEZETIEDRIVE.IN FLORIST TOm R W. Jon. end Marion 604 S. Dillingham. Inquire 203S. Oeceol County Florida DODGEBUILDS
I AD64LS11DO. V'r either of you, may have aealnatthe
Helen Jon@ hi. wife, "
tltloua '"Oeceola ,
Clyde or call 847-3013 after name eetate of Joe K. Johneton
whoee reeldenc In unknown
25: Broadway 847-4591 under which they are engaged In drceaeed late of Oecrola County
bunlnme at North Orange Hloa Florida, to the County Judge of,
TO FIL.U1 or writtmtdefense.
., your If any, In the abovet.roce.ding FOR SALE THREE ROOMS and County am Trail, io, I.Ir'r..iT: Oeceola day of Courthouse paid county at et Klenlmmee his office, In Flori.I. the.

with the Clerk ofthi. November, AD. 1514. ., within siC l celrnder month
Utllltlei furnished
I Court, and to serve a copy :. MR CARL R. OLASS .
from the dots of th* tint publication
SALES &; SERVICE thereof, whoe upon the name I'lalntlff and addreeIth atorney ; TWO CEMENT Nicely furnlihed and .hower:1 Nov. II, II, Dee. I. 10 1114 of this notice Each claim

Radio and Electrical quiet Close In. 21 or demand muet be In writing
hernon before
appaaru on or the
end moot elete the place of r .1.
of December 1114. BLOCK HOMES
day 4509.
Complete Ham urnjihlnga i dence of the claImant and must
The nature of this proceeding TOUGHJ11UCK
AND FOR OHCEO.LA be sworn" to by th claimant, hi.r."tbo
T. V. PARKS T C being morlll'II'a suit on for the torerloeur following on d.a. 3 bedrooms extra FIVE ROOM home, furnlihed.m .' .wJN/:. FRANK, IV A.CHANCERY.DIVORCE. HFRHKY. attorney void, or"otd'n' earn i iII"
Klaihnrne.-St. Cloud to
arrllted real property lying and I large rooms partly bedroomi, large yard. No Plaintiff n. RUTH J. HEHBBY -

bein1ln! Oaceola County Florida, aewer or water bllli to pay, No rx-fendant, NOTICE OF SUIT This, the 17th .day of Novem

From'the' NW corner of Lot I, furnished. $10,500.I pet*. |4S month. 847-2060. THE RUTH! STATE I. HER8EV OF FLORIDA Rout TO: bar UU., IMMAROB 8. JOHNSTON,
Hendon I'ark Subdivision 80.I. llf
Holmeevllle I Ohio IOTICE
Immarue 8. Johnston
Township: II 8. Hang II FURNISHED APARTMENTS I HEREBY: GIVEN that Plaintiff,
Kiocutrlx of the Eetat of
Keel, recorded In Plat RookI Beautiful 2 bedroom
a* has In.tltut.d suit for divorceseiinst
adults Joe EX: Johnston, deceaeed
carport, lovely yard,
RANCH GROVE .11" II ft II of the Public you In the above styled
Record of Onceola County, nice corner lot $7,85i only 320 Hughey. and you are aunt] Murray W. Overetreet Jr.
hereby for Executrix
Florida Run 40' B II degree _I o.rd.;: ordered and required to Attorney Riedel Motors
W thence lit' S II H A deal P. O Box 7(0KlaBlmmee
SPREADER SERVICE to, I'OH Thence (0 degree 8 II degreee good on either one FOR RENT or aale-Clean, one file your wrUt.n answer or d. Florida
feniie to the Complaint filed In Non 15. II lice I, 1ft 1114
II bedroom trailer .
K, thence N degree on large prlvate the above etyled cauee In the

EARL MURPHY to1,I'll'thenc thence 8 II N d'lr@V II degree 101'W 847.4876 lot big porch. Quiet neigh office of the Clerk of the Circuit IN THE 21 MMtTT ST.
Court for the Ninth Judicial
to point of beginning All land borhood. Call 8412941.KITCHENETTES. Circuit of Florida, In and for OHCEOLA
being! a part of Itt I and 10I Oeceola County, at his office In IN RE: ESTATE OF

Hendon Townnhlp Park II Subdivision Rang Beo II Lake Front & Lake View Lou ROOMS and the Courthouse In Kleelmmee, B, OI8ELA JOHNSTON

Bait Oeceiila County, Florida and Homei. to 4 bedroomi. W. trailer apartments By week. day Florida of, December on or before 114,the and 14th to .DeceeeedftOTHR/k/a Sarah. Ol.ela Johnston

Phone 847.3821 I DONE AND ORDKKED at Kll. have some fine listings for month or year. Capitol Motel, errve a copy thereof on l'I.ln.tltr. TO CRBDITOnSTa GREEN'S FUEL
'r.miI'hOo of County November, 1914, your conilderatlon. Be sure to A. G. Burria, owner. Hwy 441. addreee. attorney are ant, out whoae below name Should and All Creditor, and all. Legatee Parsons, Hav Die.trlbulere .

POST OFFICE BOX 14S KISSIMMEE, FLA. Circuit OLBNN Court: Seal HA? check with ua before you decld 847-4341. Confeeeo you fall will to do be so entered. Decree agalnetof Pro Ing- Claims or Demand Against SALES SERVICE

CLKKK CIRCUIT COURT Witness my hand as Clark end You Estate and each: of you are hereby Phone 847-4171-847-4172
Hy /./ R. Services for Sale
: Werjorle Hay
Beautiful of said Court and the ecu of notified and required to Kiiiimmee
Harry M. Hobha ..Id Court at Kleelmmee,
Osceohateunty sent any claim which, you, or
Attorney for I'lalntlff Phone 8922011St. Cloud
Florida, thl* Ith day of
either of you, may hav agalnet
los Madison Strait Home
PRESTIGE Tampa Florida Family YOU SAVED and ilaved for I ?November 1014. the eitete of 8 Qleela Johnston
Nov. ta. II Dee I. *0, llllNOTICE aleo known* Sarah Qleela John
Top Location wall to wall carpet. Keep it GLENN RAY
HOMES eton, decraeed late of Oaceola Robert O'Berry 847-8219
new with Blue Lustre Rent Clerk Circuit Court County Florida, the
to County
] TO DEFENDIn : 8 bedroomi
-2 full tile baths, Oaceola County, Florida C. G. Tyner 847-4487
Judge of Oeceola County, Florl-
the Circuit Court of the Ninth electric
: BUILT Judicial Circuit In and for County large dining room family room, ahampooer $1. Parka t .n.nWi,,Overetreet plaintiff, Jr. do, at Kleelmmee, Florida, within Jimmy Jeffrlei 892-4228
of Oereola, Btet of Florid I Fla. room breakfait Furniture alx calendar month from the
area. Ex. f. O. Box 740Kleelmmee
FOR YOU In Chancery. No. .. JOHhHYKKM. Co.Wanted Isle of th* first publication of
: l'l.rnll", v*, LOUISE tra large lot. Separate garage Florida thl* notl.... Each claim or de Gil Service Kiiiimmee
I Nov. II
II. 10. I. 1114
mand be
must In writIng I and
BYKKB Defendant NOTiCE TOIJEI"IC.JD Refrigerator built In kitchen
of must stats th* place of reeldenceand F. B. Roundtree 8414082Emol'1
The Htate Florid '
equipment waiher MOTH OF PI Rl.1C IIKARIM1
dryer poet-offic address of the
tv UU1HB BYKGH reldnc un. WAITRESSES Bronion 847-4670
Application NOTICE IS HKKEHY; -
r ByGeorge known You are hereby notified, freeser. 2 air conditioner All GIVEN claimant and b* eworn to by
now being accepted for the that the underelgned Commie al his Leo Glrourd 847-2061
agent or
L. ReynoldsFor that nee been a suit brought In euulty against.for divorce you by for $28fiOO. See me for term. new Paddlewheel Restaurant. able alonere C. appointed Ferris Hryant by the, Governor Honor. .or h..nt.. will become rrd.e..ordlnll' : Robert Allen
Florence to law.
John /Byke In the Circuit Court Harriett Anoclatewith
Phone Mn. Hunt 847-3670 for of th. Stale of Florida will holda the 10th day of Novtmber
of the Ninth Judicial Circuit I In series of public 1111'
hearing* at the
Further Information Call i) 17-2266 ot and Florida for I County;, and ot you Oaceola.are I..nshyeummonad State W. H. Morse Interview appointment tlm. and on the dal. "or.ln"d Edward C. OrlBnom Jr. Gas Delivery St. Cloud
Corp. stated, <' testimony
A. Administrator of Eetat of Kenneth BUdioe 892-7688
ordered and required no'r;
evidence ,. needed
proof .
Articles for S Qlaela a/k/a
Sale Johnston Sarah
to fII. your written answer or Morris
Realtors In ...I.t In determiningthe Oleela Johneton deceaeed. Tom s 892-8194
d.fsnsea to tho omplalnt flied
number ot inhabitants
of the Kill F. Davis'
har.ln a..ln.t you In tb. above 323 Broadway 847-313 SINGER SLANT Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
NEEDLE eon. Kleelmmee, Florida
entitled office of '
In th
c.use *
Exclusive agents for beautiful composed of Semlnole. Brevard,, Attorney for AdministratorNov. Gas Service St. Cloud
the Clerk of Circuit Court In and ole Model reponeiied. Like
I FOR ECONOMYAND for County, Florida, it Falrlawn Manor Lot Orange, Oereola, Indian, River, 11, II, II, Dee I. 1114 R. E. Hall 892-2274
the \:'i."rI'H In Kle.limFlorida ., new ..11.. button boles, doe fu. Lode, Okeerhobee. and Merlin a.
;"Be Countl... and ofeach oC aaldCountlee John Evans 8924482
on or before th* Itth proud ef ZlK Zaj stitches. Balanc $ U

QUAliTY' ... day of December A.D, loll and your neighborhood." 75 or take up payment of 7.82 The hearings respectively will: ,be held at Try Your
.. of such Or
to icr a cop .n.wer
or dcf-nn.e upon Thicker am per month. Phone 4254516. Court Houee In each of the NaborhoodMerchant I H.T. Simmons Hgr. 847-4819
Card of Thanks followingnamed Counties to. ,
EXTRA QUALITY Tharker plaintiff ettorn.y "Free home demonitration." wit:
I Hoc J. R Crowell 847-5582
herein whose ddre "' First!
Kleelmme Call day or night County
Office Hot lIT .
\ BLOCKS AT NO OUR Commleeluner'e
Florid, on er belor. said dataa ., HEARTFELT Thanki for Room Orlando
EXTRA COST.PHONE required by ,law. If you fall I Ido I, conilderation ahown .by Dr. FIVE TRUCK LOADS OF 1914.Florida, ltd: P.M., December 14.

p b* eo a decre against pro eonfeeio you for 11'11IIIrt'I'a th. Rio and nunei, especially Dr. USED FURNITURE AND BT LPCIE COUNTY Fort

''I r In the Complaint Rinaman, and the kind acts and PLUMBING SUPPLIES Pierce II Florida.I 514.S1REVAI1O 10.10 AM, December .

lympathy ahown ELECTRIC COUNTY Rock
WITNESS'" my hand a* Clerk of
aid Circuit Court and the seal by our neighbor and friends to AND PLUMBINGKAY ledge, Florida, I:00 PM, Decem.ben .
II 1514.
847.4021 of said Court at Kleelmm Occeola -
our beloved mother.
., Ever) Dated this 14th day of Novem
i County, Florida I on ibis
% Ban Guitar
17th day of November, A.U, III' flower was a token of love. The 15000. her IU.
/a/ Glenn Hay Knoebel family Call 847-4114 after 8:00\ Monday ANTHONY NINOS
: Clerk of the Circuit Court. J. THOMAS GURNEY
CEMENT Oeceola County Florida through Saturday, CARL R. SCHILKB:
Comml lonereDee.
.-.- Attorney for I'lalntlff TO ALL WHoM IT LAW new R A H, 4 speed 865 HP, "OTU'IIJ 1'0 ( r.nrroiis 'CR3II

Kleilmm.e, Florid MAT CONCERN 4.11 poiltraction 13895.00. Will I. she (..rl ef the ttmaly Judge.
Nov. 19. ... Dec. I, 10. Ill
18 ..
MEREST GIVEN 01. t .t rierldaHm.
Mmb O cola County Builder Ann. IN THE that Durau..t 1.. h. .........,.... trade. Phone 892-4496. usen?
COUNTY JUrxiBI COURTOBCKOLA N.m. Statute;" Meet l'n; 111,01 o i IV! RB THIIIEMTAT-JIJ OF
COUNTY. FLORiDA the 1141 Florid .teluteal the 1956 CHEVROLET Convertible, IIOWENA IIAMMACK

IN HE! ESTATE Of underelcned, who ire the only mechanically o.k. See at Gu KNECHEL }
Intereeted I In the herein tie
l eaeedNUTUH .
JOHN B CADKU after named buelnei William Fish Camp 847-449
All Creditor. Legatee.. Dietribute.e this? Notice? proof and of publication or 8474318. trlbuteea: Creditor, and all Pereone Legateee having Die 2 large BR-Den or Din. Rm.-30' Liv.
ROTHROCK SEPTIC and all fereone HevtnClalma reliefer with I Claims Demand
or agalnet Cal
or Demand Against aalEetaU IS Oeoeola Clerk
rOil !and each ef yen are h.ra. which flrtltloua i.oau''f'J2K:: ," ,nnde the one panel ray. Call Betty Eb, by You notified and each and of required you are to here pre. heat-G. E. range and refrig. and washer

TANK CO. by notified nd required to they are engaged In bua'. at 847-2881
pre. neea at Teehaw or 847-4266 alter sent any elalm which you or
claims which Junction Oece trees and shrubs. Corner lot.
sent or .
any you ola County, Florida, thin Ith day 5:30.\: h.lrlllot have atalnattil many
either of you, may hays aaalna of ROW EN A HAM.
November A IX
the eitete Of John a. Cadel de. lid MACK KNECHEL deceased late
CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS reaeed, late of Oeceola County Mann Mr. I Plrken'Woodward: Woodward HUNTERS' SPECIAL of Oeceola County, Florida, t*
Florida, to the County Judge oOeoeola Now. li. 15 *4 ton pickup '61 Chevro th' t.'oeety Jude. of said Coantyit
Hi P.O. I, mi ;
County, Florida, at Kla _
his offie.
in Ihs Court House
SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE FOR EVERY NEED eImm.e. Florida, within sic e.l. NOTICE OP1 INTENTION let V8, air-conditioned 4-peed, at Kleelmme. Florida, wlthlaalx $17,500FLORIDA
cedar snonihs from the dali of MAKB APPLICATION TO heavy duty. Excellent shape calender month from the

CEMENT WORK-280 Gallon Crease Trap the lice.first Each publication claim or demand of this must no. FINAL W8CHAROS FOR $2,200. Phone 877.3352. 514 this Isle Notice.of the first Each publication claim or de-of

be In writing and state IN THE COURT OF THE San Jose
must the Tampa. mend mast be In writing and
piece ot residence and poet-offlc
OSCKOLA mutt etete the place of reeldence
15 YEARS EXPERIENCE address of the claimant and b. IN RK: THE COUNTY KHTATB FLORIDA OF PUPPIES for isle $500 Just or the clelmcnt and must be REALTYCOUNSELORS
worn to by cllmanl hi.
anon EVA sworn to by the claimant hi.
K. C. ROTIIROCK Owner and Operator t'o.rrJ:: .or' o the' cam* all|| deceased W1THKR0POON: / time for Christmas. Cal will agent. become or attorney void, according or the eame

o'fNonmb.r IN
Thl th. Illh day PROBATE
Located at Klaeimme Transit-Mix Co. U" Kale 0. KnotA i CERN TO ALL: WHOM IT MAr \'ON. IIrf lawThl.I' the 17th day of November INC.

Admlnletratrla et NOTICB I' HEREBY GIVEN: place or realdene and poet of.

1.1.: ef John B. Cadel, THAT have filed my final report Center flee addreee Road le Route 1, Son Herbert of BpelrEierntor the Eetat ofHOV'siNA NOTE NEW ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMKER
beeas a* K.ecutor ot lbs Estate Wlllou hbr. Ohio;
PHONE 847-3524 Kill: r. DavIs of EVA MAID WITHERgfOON l1I'c: M.clxjnoueh and Allan KNECHFL: HAMMACK 1600 W. VINE [VINE AT ACKER]
Kieelmmte, Florida deceaeed: that I have filed I p.11.lion ) her husband
AdmlnlatratrliN I' I for heal discharge, and that whoa plac of realdenc *al; Rrlneon and McWhlrterAttorney I PHONE .47.44)1
Attorney '

_-.. --v.-,tor.-,_II..__l.>.e-.,,..I, 18.JU.--. 'I O. will P.\ John.oll.apply t.Count She Honorable Js.taa .f yule poet office HlKhWeV.address. "' .I*.oI.a.1114 A.he-"',. Kleilmmee* ,at Florida Law

(11..01"'oun'-,; EIordotl. North Carolina.. Edith -C.' Harmaa' 1)011. I. I*, II, II. till

llth day of December, loll for and H. H Harmon, her hueband..
C&Ilsua approval of whoa pure ef and: >OTI. K' TO ( MEDITOM
earn and for flna residence
U .... ..
>ot office ( rl ml the eBty .lad**, ITS
di.chera a* Kaerutor of the Ke I addreee I. Tlfton, .
Parka Furniture Co. tate of EVA MAE W1THKK- Ueorclag; Keteliah C Miller ielncle Oee*.la MOON deeeaaed. woman, .11IIII

.... itapal. .'l't. IRs1' loth day et October AD, addrnsa reeldenr la and i'.lh.m."whoa, Ueorgie poet place office: 0.ol. RITH IN HU !THE.ANI Eli ESTATE; also known: OF a* 1 I

Kathanlel Jones neva C. Hesig .amid Ledwi" RUTH M LAM bit
n_ 54f.4lfI Nathaniel Jones llenig. besband, who.. place o Uereaeed J
Ktecutor\ ot the Retat ef and poet effice iddree To all CredItor Legateee, Pietrlbutee .
EVA MAE WlTHaRaiOONdefeae4 I. I" Wlndermer W.,.., *. and all 'l'nraons having FOR
1 .nnerlvenla, AND th? unknown Claims er Demand against aali
IT FIGURES TRACKER: AND TRACKER: heirs. ,. lecateee, aealcn.eee Eetat:
Boa 117, Klaetmme, Fl*. llenora, creditere, er other tea and each ef you are here ,
Ally* for KnecutorMov. peraona claiming b,. through, or by notified and required to present COOKING
.1. Ii. II. Dee. a. llll under Mr*. Lulu Baa a decoaaed any claim which you, or
dauchter *( M. H. )'orter. de.l either *I yea ...y have ...,...t
Ninth Judicial Circuit Court. ceased: all usksows 11.1., I.... the eetele ef KITH LANIER.
Oeceola County 0 1 a.1t'i t.... ..."1..... erasie.i asd .ur. also know a. RUTH M LA. .
cry. No. llll: R. IV ':;, vIving l spouse of M H. Porter de. NIER, deceased, late ot Occeola 0 says toe modem hotia
FOR SALE MART a KKENK.: : JOHN R. MeHKK80N ceased: aad any aid all' penon CuhIty.flovida.t.ik." Couatytke wtfe who prefer gas for cock.

: AXD UETTT KKENB: : !laimlac_ any.rliht... .title er in. -Iuol.. .1-' ..'01 ._A'. .. ... A'_ Ini because It I* fatter
LoVNtJtlERllo as Trootnea tail ,..... in ana .. in* property fire; -1. the-C ...iH.KToi, ; more flexible I with Onrertip
lot *. Indlvlduala) under that erolnaft.r deaerlbed located In .1........ Florida. withis sis. cal'endar
I $If ,.., .heve hell n ...../1 "Iniwam* awMei .n4 .*...#*. oeentitllln certain True Agreement datedSeptember Osceola County riorlda.' AND snenlks from Ike date .f eontrol cleaner and

| M yv, In .11 preobillty ., "will beer homed Ineeot I, 1041. aa amended TtAU.; WHOW IT MAY CUNNeWk flret publication ef :, more economical Whether
aJoeei., under "Intwted 'In ......., plvi ..m* f*..4. sued MMIn OVERHEAD TYPE ouatle lay 1,* .of....Ore rcr.ed mad the CERN half
xv ........ Ur feed neetun.rt OAS HEATERS 0.-101", Smite of Florida, aid Northeast quarter tNC: 'Al electlon piece .t r.e.deecs .f IS. Int.according ,. MW IU range or the
MART O, KICENjl'I."IlIt'o .... .. LI. Town.hlp 15 110.111. a.t mad ansI he .wor. to by. theeiais.aat '. rae ran IIlIltI
.< let one **met.M fnt .handl.. .N yw builtioM .ed ft. "will HTaNT Mee'el ISAIt IS.OM IONROR :T" : AtI'ef.sda.ts. ., Haai || Eaet. his abet en atuarseySr : JtIUI Gue'. F..I Gas Healet

4 a baum )ob. .* wH .* save pee Mm*, H.. kle. **d _,. TO yriKTITLB. All thai part ef time Soothweetuarter the ease w III becose eel4 : ., has a wide ortBeuf 0111\0o
W. WMU N.e t. be your .*eM.1IIK IIU ..> ,!. relerf let lee NOTICE" OF etTT. THE < W\4) .( the Nortk.' t. taw. 'h del5 to ehooe from B.
.,.... feel. llilSilf '51IIZNOI TATB OF FLORIDA: MenC. east quarter MB: HI Ijrlac This time lltk day ef November, wW
nsa Oaltaer and W. G Oalther, East .( tile Sunshine State ".f. ; : .n4" Uvt ta modern
with brel cee .... b.c kuebaad. *ddre* lad real fmrkway, Cacti. Tewaehlp e/'fEWTLTON LA VIE RAdmtnletretw : mon
I51301U'hlh' .ear. ......w.. If alive and If, II aveuth. East, and at (\11 Ea'.'. ..
n C 'n they, or either of the** are dead All that part of the "Northwest' LAMER, lIce knwn ae
IHFfKKKMK their uakaewn heir, devleeea: tMrtr (NW .* Keel .0 hit: M LAN1ER. deceaeed.Brlaen .
Avall.ItI.lm".tll....': ... ..., aeal. ne.*, lleaor erIk the .vnahla. \\It.r. Parkway. and MenklrtwAtterteve GREENS FUEL
CornIce Ralph Hopkins' ) erediturel The Meltey Laid Com. a* tle* II. Tewaeal II OsI U. at Law
pan,. a dlaaolv.d Florida Corralieui Ran** II Kaet.NOTICM Kissiseaeo' FloridaDee
sad A. hOcKey. I* HKMEBT: OtTO 5. 10, IT. 14. 1114
st traat.a 8..e... J. C. hat PlalntKf key laautuledIt _
1 a Spheler and C J. Miller a* agaInst FO" I* Ik.. *W. .e SolutE 1'0 DIF.nD
rrtcere and dlreeter I at the tle.e, Court t. Quiet Title !_ th. Plala.iff I f. the Circuit Coort .f the Ninth
[} 01.1 ..* dlee luO ., eeld _.*... t* the above. dewribedrp JudicIal Clmilt !a aad f rC e.>.
;t.LUPFER'S JCody's ..t'.t' *e* .f Ikeproy rty. all thaI y55 ar* herey ty of Oevoola. Itat of florid,
of n. Mukey leadCu.paay rulr4 to aaewor er" file I. Chanoerr IJe. tI... ANN EVMKF'KEH.
a ._tnt eorper.atieui wee* written defne .* *e he. Plalatlff. va JOHN C. PARKS FURNITURE CO.
Insurance Agency aid the 5aka.wa, .ore D ra>kt II. >M4. wIth she tPKER, DofeadaaV Tk* Slat* .(
see.eee.r. ii lateest. treateeler abeve Oman 15.1 eerf a **py Iert4. .. JOHN C -CPltlR
1918-1964 10 VERONA 141.2101)) asy $ber party t1a .I.. bylarsuek. t"r so the klw neeied At. jt**. OaWe Motet .4 a4 '(-. 1)ee U For Your Ga3
wader se aaiast eel. oraer.. *"r a Ore PSo Ceaf_ 0e01le". Wtoeooe.1. Tn are APPliancci"ST.
di.aeivel *er* raU ai Ethel whII a.* takes aalnt ,- kereky ..uti.. thaI rait loqulty
12IrtN14waJ.N..t To The nlc-l47-4131 .Ham*** Moeereve all Walteeleeirev WITNESS ey head aad eeej ot for divoreo has k.oj ST.f' CLOuD
*. fear ...k... wheel time abev. cecil at Kleelmae. Waeht Nat.ot FOIl by AU Eve 147-4171


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Intercession City News The Gaaett, Kisslmnwe, Florida 1*. t, 1M4-Pa.e Bereft I

Mrs. John Suryan Gave Shower Sundays Baptist Circle Met MondayThe
.. Alive Price Gaventa social hall of the enured., Mn. Jewelr
Mrs. D. G. Owlet Alliance Church, Circle of .... First Baptist Conner will be hi charge ef ;
with their Mrs. John Rambo Sunday.Mr. assisted Mrs
the by
A wedding shower wa f I. sons,Troy and Nathan Church met Monday eveningat party
of .
and Mrs. Frank Howls Jackie Hettfe .. Mrs. Worth
Dy Mrs John Surjran, on Palm Beach, with the home of Mr "
for the of vis
us Penna. who have keen .
fo Cain In charge of the
afternoon Mtssumle Conner.An program.After
a y Thanksgiving -
sgBfl season. Iting Ralph Swingle started KEEP ON GIVING
and Mr. interesting waspresented the business meetingrefreefcmenU
Snedeker Rayfh's
The Rev. and program .
\ Mri. H. B. home Thanksgiving rnontltl,. served! to -
entitled "Worship were
'er4. Kreider are enjoying a visit The Interim Mr.
death of Mr pastor the following members: Mmes
sudden from their htrough Intercessory Prayer"by FROM
daughter Anna, Charles M. Abbott, has com
*'\IllUm Leonard McCann, on and family, Mr. and Mrs. D.L. pleted his term at the local Mr*. Paul Guynn. Enoch Hersberg Paul Guynn
IK SUh, war shocking news Stafford and Dory Lee Plan were made for a Lee Campbell, Worth Cain,
They Church He has served >
'. the community. Mr. Me. moved to Michigan some time faithfully and tealously for Christmas party to be held at Coralfe Bass, Maude Hughey, PARTIN JEWELER'S
'*nn and family. had lived ago the past several month the December meeting In the HetOe Seaggs
ere about a year. His sur. The Rev. and Mrs. J. C. While hunting In Western I -
iron are his widow, four Baynum son, the Rev. Ralph Pennsylvania Mr. Lynn M.,. I I
,0111, t daughter, 20 grand Bsynum. wife and daughters en found a box containing
kildren and seven great. of Miami, spent Thanksgiving $5,77600 In confederate bills
-r ndchildren. Sympathy is with Mrs Biynum's sister, of ones, fives, tens twenties,
tended to the bereaved. Mrs Jessie Harrison In 0,. fifties and one hundreds. Some
Mr and Mrs. Harry Huffman lando bon the date 1M2-others This Bank is ,.
accompanied parent, Mr. The Rev T. H. Caddis, D.D. 1864. Quite an interesting collection happy to Y ONLY>l HOLOSYOURSELECTIONr
,nd Mrs. Ivan Huffman when and wife, were guest speakers T
the, returned from Michigan. at the Alliance Church Sunday Morris Hick: has receivedthe finance sound purchases of
TIlt Huffman'* were not able evening An appreciative audience sad news of the sudden "
,? come last year because ofMr. welcomed them. They are death by heart attack of his automobiles, appliances, ) .
| Huffman's Illness. It Is to have charge of both mornIng sister Mr*. Lucille Young. Mrs .If! .
hOped> that he will Improve and evening services the Young spent several weeks etc. We Invite you to .
chili spending the winter first Sunday of December. here before returning to her I
Mr*. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Model- home In California. bring your problems to us. 1) ry
Mr. and Mrs. George Ped- land and children I I spent Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Howse
roe entertained Mrs. John Thanksgiving with the LaWn have rented a house on Char XT I
ItImbo and her daughter, Mrs. Howard family. ity Street loOn
John Hsgerty for Thanksglvg About seventy-five enjoyedthe (m ', *
dinner. Community Thanksgiving .
Among those who have r*. dinner sponsored by the Christian Honor Organist know ( .
wired for the winter months Day School. It was a hap.
III: Mrs. Ida Slack, New Jer py time of Christian fellow. Klsslmmee Chapter No. 62, \ watches-)
Order of Eastern Star, will ...
; Mr. and Mrs Jerry Sam. ship among those able to at
rk t and Mr and Mrs. Lynn tend. Proceeds of the dinner meet Tuesday, December 8, at ,.''''' r t) know \ w
levers, Penna., and Mr. and go to Christian Day School. 8 p.m. at the Masonic Templeon '

Irs.The Charles Gross'White.arrived the lase Elliott The Rev of East and Brady Mrs., Charles Penna., Altah Dakln Ruth Street.Miller, worthy 11 i :f o ( m' mr
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of the week from West Va. brought his aunt, Miss Belle matron, has planned to honor 1 lewelorl! T
the Past Grand and ,
Mr. and Mr*. D. G. Owlett Elliott has a wheel chair. She present ,
enjoyed a family Thanksgiving will be happy to have friends Organist, Mary Gardner, "
dinner; having as guests-Mr. call on her. The missionary ,. BULOVA
and Mrs. D. Lee Owlett, of Elliott for the winter. Miss W, recommend
Odessa, N. Y.j Rev. and Mrs. prayer meeting of the Alliance BROASTED THE CITIZENS STATE HANK
J. C. Pickrell, of Orlando and Church will gather at her CHICKEN '
Mt.tar'MW'Xfef****""+*"Cwpw*"*" a 1
IIr. and Mrs. Milton Wheeler home Wednesday mornings at '
We were happy to have Mr. ten o'clock. All are welcome to FREEZETTE ST.CLOVD.FLOHIOA f at
Ind Mrs. Carl Josephsen, attend. DRIVE-IN P
former pastor and wife of the Mrs. D. G. Owlett called on
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1 1. The Gazette is one of Florida's oldest news-

papers, having been published continuously sinceits

founding in 1894.

2. It is recognized as one of the most attrac-
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tive newspapers produced in Florida, because of

its modern make-up, careful attention to arrange-

ment, and lavish use of photographs of strictly

local interest. This year The Gazette ranked Sixthin Yours Since 1894 .

the State all weekly
among newspapers. Since 1894 the has been serving you and today she is doing better than ever.. This gal, old in service
but young In approach, is definitely the most talked about in town.It .
3. It is not a sensational newspaper, but it is has been less than one year since she assumed the new forward look. Yet a couple of months
ago she became the sixth ranking weekly newspaper in the state. She ranked top point-maker among
promptly and accurately reporting most activitiesof weeklies in her class and won the distinction in competition with all weekly newspapers, larger and
interest to citizens of Osceola County.. The smaller The Gazette was first In makeup and typography and second In general excellence in her
class and second for best use of illustrative material In open competition. Also she was recognized for
reader who wants unbiased information, presented best feature writing.Judges .

in readable form, will like The Gazette.

Have Acclaimed Her Improvement Outstanding

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4. Popular features include, every week-

Women's and They Went That-a-Way columns, Today we are presenting her and the new "Forward Look" in an attractive and economical package

Arts and Recreation, Religion, Sports, Business through members of the Osceola High School Band. This group is going all out to see that she meet
everyone of you in the Kissimmee trade area. As another community service of The Gazette the band
and Agriculture, That Was the Week That Was. receives a fee for each copy of her. This we are proud to pay as she is helping a very worthy cause-
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With this issue we are putting her into every home in the county, plus into some homes in adjoin
5. Historical features from our files and other ing counties. We Invite you to look her over carefully... We feel confident once you do you too will
Osceola with The agree with us that she is worth talking about, and that you desire her to be a part of your family each
County unique
sources are
Thursday for accurate and objective reporting, editorial opinion, day to day commentary of community
Gazette, and have aroused great reader interest. events, and advertising values presented by local merchants. _
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mote the growth and progress of our community, Also we will announce her coming with special Christmas card naming the person who sent her.What
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.' friends back home.
day to day problems of the city and county. s the Her new forward look was brought about through months of planning, lots of hard work and the
loyal support of her readers and advertisers. We want to thank each and everyone of you from the
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prizes as follows I Name ..........................................._.......
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3rd Largest Sales ................................. ................. $15
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r.: PHONE 147.4321 KISSIMMII 11I2N, Main Klaalmmre'KISSIMMEE

WORKING V,'mi CLAY-Member. of the First baptist Church
Kindergarten work with modeling city as part of their dally
activities Mri. R. V Kauffman it teacher of the kindergarten.Photo .

( by Eby) S orling mzI e rt

Parents, Home Made Toys JOBProfessional


For Rainy Day ReadinessBy FORTNE TilE IDEALChristmas


Petty Palmer through those old magaiines 1965 Chevy III1u: &'JIi':
Grandpa, Grandma, Mom and find a picture of something the Entire Family .N."A
and Dad, the next time It you would really like to .
rains cat and doge outside buy. Dad, how about a new $195 DOWN $ ;wtiK'
and ,ou're faced with enter cart Grandma, wouldn't you The Shoe Corner
taming your little "anfcls 10mink stole! I know
for a few hours, don't throw mother would like a dishwasher r _"e SERVICE SPECIALI
Ha the stock of Men' 'omen's and ,
up your hand In despair Her and Grandpa might desire largrst *
are tome toys that are easy a week in Hawaii. Well, cutout Children a Shoe (In Town- WUtsHi Isils, heck (**llf lye
and Inexpensive to make and your dream picture and Alto large selection of Priced-Right Hm, Titktee Md Till eN HM .
will keep the little ones occupied past it on the front of the Handbaga and Hosiery Red l **lr, (atf .
bottle, Decorate It up fancy. Let ut show how Check CM 2
Drums anyone T Grandma, Now, comes the hard part. you
empty out your plastic deter Save, save, lava your extra CITY we can make your
gent bottles Take a pair of pennies and dimes and if you CLUB most affective
scissors and cut the bottle In are a real penny pincher, anale1 rl.Wd printing Used
half. Use the bottom as the someday your dream will com for your lob require. @( ) Car 1JjT1(
body of the drum. Search for true menfi.
a broken balloon or an old Miracle never cease, the
rubber glove and stretch it rain has suddenly stopped. 1960 RAMBIIR SUPER -
ovfi the top of the drum base Good thing too, Grandma I Is r Station Wagon, 6-cyl. Auto
Secure It with rubber band. out ef detergent bottles, .. .
I I Kids love to use a crayons so Gr.ndp.lIleep on the couch SHOES ""Iji88IZIIEHeo matic Transmission ....?._........ 395
let them decorate their drums with a busted drum, DaddyIs fjaactto 1957 IUICK SUPER Hardtop
with Indian signs, brands, exhausted from playing Sir Automatic Transmission
feathers, etc. Let them use a Lancelot and Mom's kitchen Is 100 Broadway Pbonei 817-5421 Stewart Av Phone 147-2881
couple of old teaspoons for a total wreck I Th kid are Cecil and Mary Ellen Sylvester Owner Full Power RAH ......................295
\ drumsticks. Remember, running outside to play in the
I small drum makes a small puddles in the street and we
j noise!1I can all relax.
A more quiet craft for your Ohl I We didn't have Urn to
I youngsters may take ship as play with the clay. You sty SPECIALSOFA BRAHMAN INN
a mean dragon. Throw out the you didn't have clay anyway T
last few teaspoons of baking Well, sine we have no guarantee GIVE YOURSELF A
powder and use the can as the that it won't rain again "KlitlmmoVs Largest and FInoit"
dragons head. If you're out of tomorrow, let' have this little BED BEAUTY TREAT
baking powder, a coffee can recipe ready. Th Carey Salt
with a plastic lid will male Company suggest this easy FOR CHRISTMAS )
an even bigger head Now It'. way to make your own modelIng EXTENDS A CORDIAL INVITATIONTO
coloring time again. Show the clay
kid where to color the drag Gather all of the* material I WINTER VISITORS
on's mouth, fangs, eyes now before you begin making the
and tongue on the lid of the clay t
ran for the dragon's face 1 Handl-Shak pk,. Carey
Dig around In your sewing Salt
box and look for four or fire *4 cup hot water Spacious Lobby-Stereo & HI-', Areas
empty spools and color each *4 cup corn starch
spool a different color with tt cup cold water Look your beet during the Holiday S'lIon, T.V. Room Card Room
crayons or dye them with take Step 1. Add I/a cup of cold
coloring. For tiny tots, cake water to *4 cup of corn starch, Old Santa won't I be too busy to notice, you Dally Maid Service
coloring I I. better as it la nonpoisonous stir until smooth $5995NYLON
and perfect for Step 2. Mix the silt and know lie might even J be)Inclined lo get II.
teething. Dad, you take an Itt cup of hot water and bring to bit
pick: and punch two hole, hi a boil. extravagant-or tomethlng. Downtown location Extra large looms
the bottom of the can Pull a Step 8. Pour the starch Into -';
string through the hole and boiling water, stir constantly ...MIk' Private. and Connecting laths
use for the dragon's taiL until thick and somewhat COVER .
Thread the different colored transparent.Step COOL & CLEANABLE
spools on the string and tie a /. Let the mixture stand wI.
knot at the end of the last until cool. IDEAL FOR TRAILER .. Completely Renovated and Redecorated
pool Now, we all know that clay Mazic's
You can add beads from an can be messy, so let' take a Beauty Shop
old necklac between the spools couple of preventative measure UMiTID nMi o"w EASY TIRMI
and tie a couple to the tail to before w* let the kid 110 E. DAKIN PHONE 847-3731
make the dragon more colorful dig In. Let them work on a KISSIMMEE
and longer Your kids now Urge piece of waxed paperor FURNITURE STORE 308 E.: Park Si. 1117-2316 Earl and Una Owners
have a first class dragon. if you happen to be out of BROADWAY PHONI 147.4411 Marie Odom and Grace Tucker Turner
.Johnny I I' really beating his it at the time, sprinkle the
new drum and Nancy Is tryingto surface of a table or cabinet -
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pull off the dragon's tail lightly with flour. You can
and the rain la still pouring save the clay for other day
down. How about us grownup by storing It In a plastic bag USED CARS If-nun) GO
amusing" ourselves with a Be tare the kid let their object .
n&Miey wring idea If you dry hard before they ['1'11 "
have managed to lave a detergent move them around too much. PHILLIPS 66"KM
bottle, empty It for yourlf. IV enjoyed our little chat
** Mom and Dads, search today Well talk again toon. TOM
1963 COMIT 6 TUDOR _...._.. '1595 ht A.rlcall I

1962 METEOR FORDOR .. '1495 FREE -
Miss Silver Spurs Queen .? ? MRttHMCNT SITSTART i iI

\1SIT 'S''zgi. POI 1962 PONTIAC CONVERTIBLE ..'179500 I
Test Gains Interest Here
1961 RENAULT DAUPHINE .._.. 495193f ,

PONTIAC J-Or. ITT*.. |r.Jw.l59500A1 I II I
Numerous inquiries kf* tin she and her court will begnat. .rseaurwese R slat'Ltwwrw.e
bees received from county .r- of tile SUrer Spurs Ri4 ROOTS SAOOUS RfLTS PURSES m
anliaUan..* and bMisw**** tog Club at all ftrtormuxti ilUFOLOf MOCCASINS WAUITS .....--
ceartrnisiff ratrl** U tklsymr during the .**. Tb Hrtnnajtrsp .-.....-- / '
** *Mi.s Silver ..pun"contest will receive. a 1 100 WHTHN JIWfLRY AMERICAN AND -e.-se..
acMrdlnf to Bob B r- cask award and |M fOIl t* IAHDIIA HATS -1 TRANSPORTATION -It.........
Snaky committee ckainBao. tilt ..seed nnaenp. 1961 COMIT 6 TUDOR ._ I895 wM a
TIle yi r bear, **lct4Ilia Other BMaiWrs ef the ...-..-
Silver Spurs" will nip alike 1IId... Cn Caaalo, Shop In per*** let swell ctitfUcfhre gift at krlert. TV 1961 FALCON 6 FORDOR _?_ '89500 ---...-.. ..
during tk Riasi.aee valley Klaaimasosi W..'., J. Bar!. "covered ......" lup, cwt scabbards, pistol .twitters, k 1 d
XJvtfrtock I Skew pad Slim kit, W C. Millar Mr*. William cod .*.., M4l4 bags, wetter rwenr. ., conrbtf took, 1961 FORD rORDOR* ..._.._ 995I895
Spun .... rttmary 17-11.. Beck Mrs. J. B. Uerb.rr T.IOIe.' ...., uw wIIIpt. Navel. W e.d.d. 1959 MERCURY I FORDOR __
CoaUfUaU Most be ,*** Cordoai DeaU.5
.spwt... a-l tt, PewMMfJcMl U.H er Ownelt, .tm ...., '
aced ky an Industry, be IL 1959 CHI VI OUT' WAGON 895
brN *U w whelk own J......
tick *r tick erfaaiaatioav Sk Retry: fee will be tt a4 the Jew
moat b* between tb ague ef Wa4 for entry will lie aatd 1959 PLYMOUTH 6 TUDOR '495
17 *>d il *a4 bare W night rtbraary L A diet
resident. .( OM*.U CfMaatjr fee black and white ,ktar aia. j YOUR SIT TODAYI
aiz BMtb mrtor U Ftk L S% kr >H .... wiD lie f*. AUTREY MOTOR CO. j
TIle pea will rac**.* a ejwlrad f res* eacb *ontaa4.Tb "H..dpu.rhr....,kr. e.ssM- "
9309 cull award awJ win b* ectrte abovld be auJlod f 0aOU ,, J #Y. .
tilt ntlpkait *f *.*f Imtj to Bb Berl1a )', ... Tit, v MtDDU Of UOAD WAY ,.,saw_van ram w w.wa M1....
em- from OatssU Ceeaty.sMllante. kUafaauM.or Girdle Dawwo.X 12 DarlegMe KlU'Tu sane. H22u I
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Page Fourteen--.The Caxetto KJBilmmte, Florid, ICONCRATULATEDolden 8, 1984 BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS
? St. Cloud Chamber of Commerce Committees SelectedAll FOR THE HOLIDAYS

committees of the St old and Norman Mallet, slogan Mallett advertising and signs\ mae lighting contest I iAHERSHEY FLORIST
Cloud Chamber of Commerce committee; Frank Potfen- J Ray Smith Bill Journigsn Membership goal tit year
bare been named for the en. blurb, Dave Burehfleld, Bill and Gordon Dawson ChrlltI, 150.Last year's membership Phone, 101.3310 St. Cloud
f suing year, James I* HnUhln- Byrd, Clarence Sunday, Char.
) son, president, bas announced. lea Alcorn, Bill Graham, Bob ma tree lighting and Christ- wa 105. I
The president and all board Andrews, Howard Young,
members will serve on the execuUre Chester Barber (chairman of
committee) Bill Journ. the County Commlsilon), and
lean, Gordon Dawson and all Norman Mallett, road and
S. board member., membership l recreation} Frank Poffen- PANAMERICAN1I
committee! Henry Thompson, blurb, Dave Burehfleld and
publicity Walt Baker, Georgia Slick Tyner, driver education .
Hood, Rita Boudrieau, Ray fDave
Smith and Wlllet Miller, rodeo Burchfleld and Louis
p committee; Lout Berson, Ed Berson, map; Bill Stewart, B.
Crowley, Warren Miller Frank E. Swann, Pat Duke, Clary
Teasel, John Laughrey, Alex Brooks, Dick Loeffler Kendall I
McDIarmld, Pat Duke and Don lowers, R. E. Cooper and Ted CO.HOLIDA
Lettow, budget, finance and Collins, program of work Everett
audit. Arnold, But Jountlgan .
Don Lettow, Everett Arn. Henry Thompson and Norman

Gem Grower, Inc. of Umatllla
held IU 18th annual meeting November 18. More than 600 Citrus Growers Check for Mites\
grower members attended the event which Included a tasty
barbecue and election of officer. B. 0. Griiiora (left), directorof Osceola County citrus growers Two new bulletins are available ; YSPECIALS
the corporation from Klulmmee, It shown congratulating should carefully check for for those Interested In
R. D. Flippo, of Euitli, on hit reelection as president of this rust mites and spiders since alight blackberries and nectarines.
veteran co-op, the largest citrus coop In the country. infestation of any of the Considerable Interest has been -
mites plus the dry weather we created by news articles about
---- are experiencing can cause cultivated blackberries. Those
[ I IW firing and leaf drop, County Interested In either of these
Agent Jim Smith advise. bulletins can have them for
Where heavy Infestation the asking. :
are allowed to build up, tree Home owners with peach
can be almost completely I do* trees should follow a regular
folllt d. Spray applied now spray schedule to control insect .
may give control until post pest ThU Information I II
bloom sprays are applied. at the county agent's office.

I .

1ATTEND = ::t1


..N..s.._.../.a..AN nn c..................._,..-hIii
... N....N..b..d N'SP1Ell'
STUFFING Representatives of the Oiceola e..d MICI raw Hit
C IF/i ..
County Unit of the Central Florida TB and RD Anoclatlon WNKNwouuGllLEfE E
participated In the second annual "Stuffing Bee" held at the i= : ,
Orlando Garden Club recently, Over 800 volunteer from the SERVING FROM 11 A.M. 'HI 3 P.M.
six county area participated In preparing 110,0001ettere. Pictured .
above are, front row, Mrs Agnes Brinson and Mri.
Lucille Squire Back row, Mr. A. F. Crosby and Mill Rhea

Pherigo. $1 50


Eligible for BenefitsApproximately SAFETY SPECIAL, PRESIDENT 4 PLY EXECUTIVE

A large) menu to lelect( from ... Relax and GUARANTEED IN WRITING 100% NYLON a NOT 24 *r CHANCEOVUS

60 OiceolaCountlan within two weeks they should noy| a wen cooked mal, nicely served 24 MONTHS600450x11 lOAD AGAINST HAZARDS ALL GUARANTIED IN WRITING TO WIAR2S
,000 MILES 1 10 MONTHS
250 disabled call write
are among or us. In cool and ....... .
and dependent comfortable surroundings. TUBELESS CI.I w .". ..IMII." N..111 seN .I''"
people Increases In benefit
now ..... ..
elf ewn"10 at" *" / >>* 'lra>4
in the Orlando service area being paid will be retroactive TUBELESS
who will\ become) eligible for to November 1963 and will\ be 750x14 10.42 TUBE.TYPE 800x14 16.41
toclal security disability insure paid with the checks to be delivered .
nee benefit or will have early in December. 945 800x14, '. .11,45 640x15 11.75 850x14 17.72
benefit they receiving .
are now People newly-legible for bone
Increased, according to fit because'Of the amendmentwill *850x14 12 91 670x15 .1. '11.96 900/950x14 20.52
Colonel Byron R. Fatten, so- rec.lveaC1c payment to a
clal security district manager. November 1963 If they apply 710x15 12.73 640x15 13.51
The benefit and Increases before the end of November .a 670x15 I' 9.]] 670x15 10.43
760x15 13.89 670x15 13.90
are provided by a new amendment 1964, stated Colonel Patton .
710x15 11.45
to the social: security law 710x15 9.74 14.91110x15..15.16
which change the rule for 800/820x15
setting the date on which a 760x15 11.24160x15. 12.38
TUBELESS 16,45750x14
worker's "period of disability .s .
600x16 9.15 800/820x1513.50
started. : .
15.52 17.46
The new law removes a time 'IJOiU I lOO/SJO.II A..II..... I. WMtanlts eely 800/820x15
July 1962 and permit the be.
ginning of the "period of dis RETIREMENTYEARS

ability" for benefit purposed JET B MULTI-MILE RIVIERA I GILLETTE
to be act at the time the work. ,
er actually became disabled. r GUARANTIED IN WRITING, TO WEAR
The change does not liberalize
the requirements of the law Are derive, happy years In a carefree, work froo 20,000 MILES 21 MONTHS SPORTS, FOREIGN, COMPACt
hi any way except to permitthe horn We specialize In you loc... In ....-lei a ...1- NMMM dN.A ae1saw..
actual date of disabilityto mobile housing with ....helping neigh. ell 00010 M M a ew/urts <0-N GUARANTEED IN WRITING TO WEAL
be recognised, Colonel Pat bor.
ton pointed out. It affect only 650x13 95 25,000 MILES 30 MONTHS
people who worked under social + to 1
security for at least five 12.". WIDTHS '3600 TO 10,000. TIIMJ. ** I,_ e HM
of the ten year before they tis ALSO GOOD SELECTION Of USED MODELS. SALE PRICE TVBCIBS .ft tumirtM M M" :Me/UMI ml
became disabled and who applied -
after July 1962, or have 4 PIT. 100% NYLON TUBELESS 4 PLY, TUBELESS-IOOS NYLONNEW

not"We yet applied have the name and TNQRAY.DiLUXB BAIRD MOBILE HOMESOF NOT SECONDS 75014 ....... 12.19 52013 e 56013 40/<5013

addresses of those who applied FLORIDA INC. TUIE-TYfE 10014 ....... 13.19 590/ 00il3 500/56014 e 56015
and either have already I. ,
we 15014 ... 14.49
UTAH --- 50-15 [135(330] 550590600.,4:1S
written to them or wewill TOYJ-HOIIW-IIKI "- _.1011
within few Colonel 1200 S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL ORLANDO, FLA. !00,50x115..
a days, JACKSON'SSPORT : :: :
Patton aald. PHONE 1".1.1 11.12 401S ....::: 12.01 45

"They do not need to take SHOP JIM STINSON, MANAGER 710.1S .__.__. 70.1S ....... 1195 124514
any action right away, but If 1M I. MICH.AVI.,ORLANDO "A Mobile Home Dealer Yew Can Trait" 71015 ....... IU
they do not hear from us
70.1 1139
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100/120.1 __. 11.47 100/1201.. 15.39
Make It A REAL :::

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Anymerlon car rtgardleu of nx' or me.... Air FREE MILO WITH COMftm IRAKI MlOWIR
Conditioned cars slightly higher MAMS SU6MTLT KWMIRPANAMERICAN

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PHONI 847-4353 1-90'4 0,.. Fri Hire 'ft ,


Christmas Trade Center of ValuesChristmas

Tb Cuett., Klsilmmee, Florida, Dee. 8,1M4-Par* Fifteen

Mail Will ,
y +
Be Heavy 4 11o I

Postmaster F. S. (Puny)
Ledbetter Jr., report that the
Post Office Department it confidently 's; t! ii
predicting that the f T4id
volume of mall during this Y drir-;
year't Christmas rush will hit I. A wldo Christmas toloctlon of nationally .cr..,-
a record high "Actually," belays rlsod".* for tho womon In your II'. en
"if an easy prediction Display At .
became mail volume has been
rising at a rat of nearly three
percent a year for the put
several years and this li most MAR-MIL SPECIALTY DRESS SHOP
strongly reflected around the J .
holiday leaion." ;, 1101 N.w York Avonwo St. Cloud
Well over twelve billion !
pieces of Incoming and outgoing ff djL
mail are expected to move 1'J
through the system during December :

-with about ten per. JOINS CHRISTMAS CLUB-Wilma Rtlbert, fishier at First
cent of the year'i mail moving Federal Savings and Loan Association, assists Joy King In
in less than three week.
opening a Christina Club account This li a service offered for
The Kiisimmee
that public postmasterreports cooperation the tint time this year by th local asioclstlon. (Photo by Thy)

I I. one Important reason
that poet office around the Li I
country are able to handle
this huge mountain of mail BON AIR HOTEL
In such a short period. ear
'Without the assistance of
the public, we'd be In a jam. KISSIMME'S NEWEST FREE UTILITIES
People who hop early and get
their card and parcel Into i Dally Maid Service T.V. Room
the mail early make It poisl-
:;;;;,p' ..1&
ble for the holiday mail to be Rooms and Efficiencies
delivered on time. Imagine A BIG ONE-,.). C. Truitt, left, and L. C. Hartley stand before a giant Tide Water red cypress WITH A FULL BAG OF GIFTS
what It would be like if we at Trultt'i sawmill. The log wa measured by Forester Drew Mill to be 26 feet long, over 6 '10 per week and up
to all the feet In diameter, and was estimated to law out from 8500 to 4000 board feet of lumber. Its
were get holiday
mail the last week before age "u estimated at over 2,000 yean Truitt, who saws over one million board feet of cypress 9 E. DAKIN STETSON HATS JACKETS
Christmas!" annually, says he rarely sees one this (Is*. (Photo by Eby) SWEATERS SPORTS WEAR

In addition to early mailing, BOOTS SHOES LEVI'S
the postmaster baa several Chosen
other suggestion which will Hartley SLEEPWEAR ACCESSORIES
help the hard-working postal Society MemberThe
employee move this avalancheof First he recommend FOR ALL THE FAMILY
using ZIP Code which help National Association ofSanitarians
handle the mail faster because ,with headquarter
at The Lincoln Building 1(50
and distribution of a new transportation act-up. ZIP Lincoln, Denver, Colorado announced I WE GIFT WRAP FREEI I
Code also clerk Identify recently that Glenn R.
help -
receiving post office Hartley, 110 Polncianna Circle I Coolies Pin -- Variety Breads Apple Cinnamon
then addresses are hard to Kissimmee, ha been accepted Bind Bedding, Birthday and Pirty Cakr for all OPEN FRIDAY EVENING AND
read. this time of the a* a member in this Occasions
year the faster mail I II processed professional .oclet,
the better chande It has The National Association of
to make connection with outgoing Sanitarians I* an official organization Lamar's Bakery) Honor All Moor| Oo Ht Cord 1GOOLD'S
I train, plane and of professional per-
truck sons engaged in the promotion,
Postmaster Ledbetter also realization, and maintenanceof
Wrola's Only Complete Bakery"
recommends that all parcel a fitting and healthful en. rv"
be wrapped securely packed vironment for the people of 26 BROADWAY KISSIMMII
tightly and that the address the world. The membership I I. 1028 New York Are Si. Cloud
be Included inside the package concerned with such essential ; Phone 692-3281
a* well a* on the outside. This matter a* pure air, safe wa.
helps assure delivery even if ter supplies, clean food, adequate .
the outer wrapping comesloose housing, and a host of
The Postmaster point other environmental factor
out that "because ZIP Cod In announcing the acceptance READY TO PERFORM-LltU* Miss Theresa Annette Benson
on parcel usually mean a of Glenn R. Hartley Into. poses In.the new elementary: school band uniform mad by ; .
more direct routing and lent the Association JamesA, member of the, Kissimmee Elementary; P.TA. Shown with the & ;; An uncing
handling, the chance of damage Doyle, President, stated "We model are Mrs! Clarence Haielden, Mri. Charles Tipton, Mr*. ,
i II drastically reduced." are happy to welcome Glenn R. Shirley Doolin, Mr*. Shelton Ifu"". (Photo by Eby)
Finally, Postmaster LedbeU Hartley a* a member. JIll Interest .
ter says that the use of the and accomplishment
new Christmas stamps Nip will be material assets in the

brighten package up envelope and Hi advancement affiliation of will our provide purpose another Chicken Barbecue THE OPENING OF FIRST FEDERAL'SChristmas

There are 24 postal emploee )'- opportunity for him and Sponsored By
working night and day In for v* to render Increased American Legion Pot
the Kissimmee Post Office to services for the health and
assure you a Merry: Christmas.By welfare of people. We compliment Saturday, Drc. 5th .1 pm.
following Postmaster Led. him and the agency he ClubTHIS
better' advice, you can help occasion."
them and yourself to a more
relaxed happier holiday. The Finance ,4. oonTMii GIfTS rot TM rumrRATWtDM
best way to do this I I. Imply City \> NAME MUNO MftOUNMSI
by mailing early and being Course ,-
lure the address I II correct. StudyA R WOMEN AND GIllS

< otissn tmiMinn a Mir tan. mmanmm ,ou..,m
TllE BIRTHDAY PARTY" class on administration 6. mint: cum muse MMMM I tens inn n sac wmm
PRESENTED AT ROLLINS and operation of the Kissim vm m ma.won UUMH wottwiu.
mee finance department It being sti i Mint nttr M mural wu* m Lanai uwirwti ,
Rollins College student are conducted by City Manager awn pus imruu. .*noi tout tnimMIHOU
presenting "The Birthday Par Charles Tyson. tumn' us uuui won.
ty" through Saturday at the The course of the International .
Fred Stone Theatre on the City Manager association
campus. I II being taken by member MEN AND SOY
This I II the first production of the city finance department Mm SIIII1S.von' own"''"' 1,M von' MM. MUM
In the new theatre which has uwu tmsin TO wortMT,wait wa Part mum um numi,
established a stage for the mtnoMv inn;WUKUH,Knit tun tnmnn.

the avant-garde original,production the unusual of and the Class to Sell Baker's Department Store

college. Candy, CookiesThe
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produced play. The student Sixth grade Sunday
have designed the costumes, School Class of the First 892-3862
stage ..ta. lighting and prop Methodist Church will hold a
The cast will Include six Rol- candy and cookie sale) Bator-
line student, directed by Robert day, beginning at '30 In frontof
Juergeni, assistant professor Hunt Bros.Proceeds CLOSING OUT SALE
of theatre art at Rollins. will go to the million
Ticket are available at the fund "A well for Pakistan. CONVENIENT WEEKLY PAYMENT PLAN
Annie Russell Theatre box office ." All classes la the Sunday EVERYTHING
on the campus from I to School art taking part In
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Basketball Season Soon \ Hunter pressure dropped off COOKTOP DRAWERS OVEN !

I '1 .<',. '_ as expected on the six central
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.. Florida wildlife management
The St. Cloud High School The schedule l .. areal after the first two day,
Bulldogs basketball teem will Montverde, Dec 12, away according to J. W. Bfekerstaff, ,
be Introduced to sports fans Mt Dora, Dec. 15, home "j regional manager for Florida HI-SPEED RANGE
on Friday, DM. 11, at the third Grovtland, Dee. 18, away Game and Fresh Water Fish __ ;
annual faculty-tudent game. The Citrus Classic Tournament
The season opener will be Dec. 31, Jan 1, Jan. I, Page Sixteen--The Gazette, Klsslmmee, Florida, Dec 8, 1904 Commission.An e _
against Montverde Academythe Citrus High School, Inverness.Umatllla estimated eXK deer were Here's real convenience

following night, .....,. Jan 8, horn. harvested In the Ocala National !
.at a thrifty price
Forest the first nine days of ..
First home game will be on Tavarei, Jan 8, away
Bid Two
Tuesday, Dee. 16, M the Bull. Klulmmee, Jan. 9, home. Letting on the 1964-65 season. Tomoka Big 23 Master Oven, Broiler
dog host the Mt. Dora Hurrl- Lake Weir, Jan. 12, away, area reported 84 deer and 25
canes Euttli, Jan. 15, away, Canals Set in January turkey harvested during the e Ctty Set Oven and Appliance
Glen Oglesby, vanity basketball Montverde, Jan. 16, home same period. "Cyr, Timer, Minute Timer
coach, hat four returnIng Clermont, Jan 19, home. Farmton reported M deer, Pushbutton Controls
hit 1964-65 Ml Dora J.n_ 58! BiifBV.Klulmmee 26 turkey, and three hogs.Rlcbloam .
lettermen on Bid are tentatively tche- be let In February on the pro. Full Length Fluorescent Light
cage iquad. The lettermen are j23;away, duled to be asked on two canal Ject reported 12 deer, 12
Johnny Crowe, Roy Germany, Groveland, Jan. 26, home In the lake region of Otceola These canal are between turkey, and four hog Guano F' 1 7 Clean-Eisy Features
Oscar Simmons and Tim William Umatllla, Jan. 29, away county early next year, Riley Alligator Lake and Lake Gen- reported one turkey, 219 squirrel .
*. Other trying out for Central Catholic, Jan. 80, Mile, chairman of the Flood try} and between Gentry and and 16 bog. The Citrus Fast Nameless!
the vanity this year are David home. Control District governing Lake Cypress. archery hunt reported total ,
Hawkins, Gregory Schmoock, Tavarei, Feb. 2, hornet board said recently. of IS deer hirvetted during
According to the FCD
Humphrey, Steve Llnkoui, Lake Weir, Feb. (, home.Central Mile said bid probably will structures are to be placed map In, that hunt
Shlngler, Steven Coger, Catholic Feb. 6
Jack ,
each of the canals to control
Paul -
Steve Albritton
away. the level
and Edwin Hill. 9 home.Clermont Boaters UrgedTo SHRIMPIn
Euatla, Feb. ,
These will be the third and
Home game will be playedIn Feb. 12, away, A Basket CO.
the livestock pavilion be. Use Caution fourth project In the upper
15 ,
Ocoee, Feb. away
lake of Osceola
area County
Cloud and
mee.tween Tuesday St. night garnet willbegin Mid.Lake Conference tournament Sandbar and shoals caused Already completed are the FREEZE1TEDRlVE.IN MODEL J-426 Ask about our easy payment terms
Feb. 18, 111, 20 at Lake
canals and structures between
at <:SO p.m. by low water condition. In the
the proceed of the Weir. River East Lake Tohopekallga and
Part of Klisimmee are creating
tournament, Feb. 25,
Group Lake Tohopekallga and the
annual faculty-student game navigation difficulties at several
this year will be used to help 26,27Regional. March location, and boater Utter and Lake Cypresi.
defray expenses of the season tournament, should use caution In planning Other work In the county SANTA HIMSELF WOULD
and the Citrus Classic tournament 5 and 6. trip between Lake Okeechobee thus far has Included a control
at Christmas time, Coach State tournament, March 11 and Lake Klsslmmee.( This structure at Highway 60 In
Ogleiby said. and 1$. note of warning was Issued the Klsslmmee River and workIn JUMP WITH JOY
last week by Riley 8. Mile of the Hachineha-Klsslmmee
Klsslmmee, chairman of the canal
Pins Fall Averages HighAt governing board of the Central Mlles said he felt quite confident
and Southern Florida Flood considerable progress WHY NOT YOUR BOY?

I Contrlo District (FCD). could be made in the Flood
Orange Bowl Lanes The famous crooked river la Control District this coming

being widened, deepened and year. He laid federal fund
29 19Orange straightened a* part of a $35 looked In good shape providing
K. Vacuum Store
KISSIMMEE sufficient matching fund can
million to provideyearround
Lane 26 23 program
BUSINESS MENIn be obtained from the state
water control In a
20 H 27 H
the Klulmmee Business Rooney Pontlae t1tj.2
of central
five-county area
Men't bowling league lastWednesday Riedel Motor 18 80
Florida. But the program I*
Art't Bar took Elks Blue 17 81
only partially completed, Miles
second place by taking 8or WFIV Radio 1< 82
18 82 explained. The shoals are (located
from second place Tupperware
4 points
In sections of the river
Rites Market 15 83
Nil In which high
Phil A
scores were rolled by both COFFEE LEAGUE that have. not yet been Improved. YOU'RE NEVER ALONE /rye'1v"e

team. Borden 28 10
No navigation problem exist WHEN YOU HAVE A
In other first placeT Chap A Sanborn 28 18
G. Lee Dairy won all 4 Yubant 25Vi 18% In the first 18 mile of the TELEPHONE w
point from WFIV Radio an Luilannei 24 20 Kiislmmee River going north
Increased their lead to all and Sanka 21% 22 Vi from Lake Okeechobe But + 0_
one half points. Elk Gold Alton 20 24 north of that point-between
took over fourth place by win. 8 O'Clock Drip 10 28 U. S. Highway 98 and State
ning all 4 points from Riedel Maxwell House 16 29 Road 60 (near Lake Klsiimme -
*)-there are several spots
Motor a* fourth place Kiiilmmee OSCEOLA SQUAWS
Vacuum Store lost S Paddle Wheel 3 H 88 10 where navigation It now difficult

points to Orange Bowl Lanes Memory Gardens 37 11 even for small fishing Companionship when you went ,
High series this week was Orange Bowl Lnt. 27 21 boat
H help In .
by Ken Newman of Art't Bar Parki Furn. Co. 25 23 Ed Dall, FCD executive director imsrgencki
with a 624 scratch Others over St. Clout Motors 24 24 stressed that the navigation fenvtniinci beyond words
650 were: Cliff Hughes, 618; Osceola Drug 21 27 problem will be corrected with Mverel txtinilon tell'
Cecil Story, 810; Pete Barber, Elon'. Beauty 8 19 29 when the river Improvements HONDA Model) Cl.160,160 cc Little brother of the famous Honda Hawk and
694)) and Kent Epperson, 688 Herah.,'* Florist 18 30 are completed, and phones In color, too
High game was by Cliff St Cloud Cleaner 10 82 that current difficulties (due Super Hawk, the new CB-160 combine competition-level performancewith
Hughes with 825. High team Ken' Service Sta. 16 83 to low water) are to be expected lightweight amoothnesa of operation and handling. Weighing in at

series was by Art Bar with MONDAY NITS LADIES In the unimproved sec- only 282 Ibi., the CB-160'i 4-itroke 0.H,C. twin-cylinder
8,308 with handicap. Phil A Elk Aux. Blue 17 a tlon oi the river during the
Net was next with 8,008. Hunt Bro. 14 II Interim period of construction. powerplant deliver 165 H.P. at 10,000 R.P.M.; up to 116

T Arts Bar 82 It Cloud hotel It 8 By 1909 It S.I expected that v 4
Phil A Net.. 81 17 Medical CauJtr 11 8Dav. the entire river will be transformed .
Elk( Gold" 80 IB .'. 8
Body Shop 11 Into a 58-mile canal
Eloise Beauty S 8 12 permitting year-round navigation
Robert' Gulf 8 14 between Lake Okeechobeeand
101 Enter Nick A Jerr,'* 6 15 Lake Kiislmmee, Six lock
First Federal 8 17 on the river (four of them CORPORATIOIL
OSCEOLA already completed) are designed -
KapitolThe KINGS AND QUEENS to pas boat of six "
Snack Bar 85 9 foot draft. OFORLANDO
Kow Kapitol Tournament Klsslmmee Furn 28 18 Until river dredging It com
held last week had 101 Osceola Shopper 27 17 pleted, only a substantial
entree, according to John Leed'a Diet Ine. 25 19 amount of rainfall will Improve
Taylor, shuffleboard) chairman.The Orlando Kid 24% 19V4 navigation In uncompleted
winner for this am, Roger'. Bros. 24 20 ruches of the water
tour tournament weret Ladles Amsden's 23 21 2300 Se ORANGE AVE.
Class At' Ruth Humphrey and Cooper'. Builder 19 25 PHONE 423-0637
Eva Bllllngsley( first; Delia Reynold'. Home 18 26Mlk.
Wernert and Theta Patterson, .'. Salon 16tt 27% Singers at OilS
lecond; Elena Christian and Team No. 9 14 80Penn.WIIi
Roxle Sheppard, third; Well 10 84 The Kewberry College Singers
Marsh and Lore Campbell, STAR LEAGUE from Newberry, 8. C. will THE @ DIFFERENCE ,
fourth. Consolation, Class AI; November 19, 164 appear at Osceola High School INSURE -
Grace Holcomb and Laura Kiss Transit Mil 80H 13ttCltlsen December 15 In concert
Hansen, first; Peg Hughston State Bnk. 2TH 18 H This scheduled appearanceIn
and Marie Rowsey, second. Fennell'e Barber 3 21 tt 22HArmandaFreeietU21H Kiislmmee U part of a in Insurance U the Continuing Personal.
Ladles, Class BI: Marion Rice 22tt Florida tour the group will
and Pearle Snyder, first; Leslie Osceola Hospital 18 SO make between, December 10 Attention of your .

Taylor and Ann Hlllsgrove, Superior Loan Co. 13 81 and 17. WITH
second; Margaret Bent and
Polly Mack, third; Louise Hud- INDEPENDENT
ton and Clam Gerke, fourth \
Consolation, Clue BI: Vera
Cleveland and Mri. Oakes, S
lint I Jessie Hlnckley and Sel- INSURANCE
n Men's Main At Ed Shiver ,J r
and Jake Wakerlen, first; Dill rtv'xTY
Hlllmsn and E. W. Britton, J AGENT (
second; Jim Lee and Joe Borghl Ike' *
third N1r
; Leroy Beck and
Jack Fullerton fourth Consolation When we design a package policy around
Class At Wayne Gal- home, form or busIness, that Include fire theft your
breath and Ercel Wright, first; 1 liability' windstorm and other '
Roy Shoenberger and Melvin
Shade, second.
Men'i Main B: Peter Dig- r OSCEOLA COUNTY
nerd and Jack Kroell first; Stl US FOR ANY NSURANC( MOIUMS
Thurber and Cleveland, second .
; Ted Whltehouse and Cliff mytt
Korman, third; Spangler and
Ottgen, fourth. Consolation,
Class B: Belbln and Drasdo ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE AGENTS Charles; Lucien Coburn Archambeau, second anti

Begin Rollins Season Cagers Vh'EVEN // '

Tueiday Basketball for the season Tan of opened Rol. 1pYCU e/r redraf Yo e/r a ..rFHIt sou h (Mt 4 INT

lint College. The cages took ,,. air vases n. nIr
on Stetson at the Winter Park

Gym. SANTA TAKES Hettinger Osceola Kathryn Herr e e
This was the first of tl AINSWORTH Agency
scheduled game the Rollln TIME TO BOWL Insurance Agency Insurance Agency \\, Insurance Real| Estate
team will play throughout the lN$. AGENCY
194445 ...IOn. Their Florida 1012 N. T. A.,. St. CI v4 22210th St. st. a.ucI 1612 St. Cloud 1Ngft w.y 1114 No Y. Av. St. CleM
Intercollegiate Conference Why Don't You?
game will be played against:
Stetson, University of Tampa, '"
Florida Southern University WE ARE OPEN CHRISTMAS DAY I

of Miami and Jacksonville AND EVERY DAY
oach Boyd Coffle U enterIng I
I Year'
Male Your New *
his third season aa head
of the Rollins basketball pro Eve Reservation NOW I 1 e. /.. wIr vu u. a1r von ... r.r wIN ...

gram. He will have eight returning -
lettermen to back up Bowl Lanes
several Impressive newcomer Orange W. H. Morse Corp. Nelson Realty Men Mann Frakes Lupf.r's Insurance
the Rolling
to New
According 441 South 1.1. .. Insurance Real Estate
lliway Insurance Inc.
Brown thus year should be Agency

the Tan best record. Pfcoae 8474866 323 $'..dw.y Kleabnnq 107 .....4....., 1t1..I .M" 114 ir+netwery Mi ilmmee 13eV.eerw.ySCHS Kleeh.e., ..

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'HS Kowboys Travel to Eustis for Bowl Game Friday


111 a oateeeeete tva-':.KottkNtwltltQa: I'r,
|Tb Ca..tto, Kleslmmee, Florida, Dec P' -* ,
lW4-Pg Seventeen 'I 1P,
To Take ;

Panthers on in Kowboys End Action with IW"! ;' .. f 1"," .. }I .! : .: ,

Annual Game 7-3 Record for SeasonBy .,: ,'.: I' ; ',

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By Mike Hankies art! ,- ,
The Oaceola gridder are act Mike Hsakla student new to Oeee U High Ii, ;
title Gary Land and Gary I
year "
to play their last game of 1964
The Osceola High School
Dymmek, each with 12 point)
tomorrow night at EusUs InposUseason a *
Kowboy closed their regularly
also Jack Tyner, Gary Tnv
bowl Came .
L scheduled 1984 football sea.eon pleton and Richard Skeins ,
time will be 8 p.m. as the with 7-win, S-Iou record.
with six point each :
Eustls Panther host the Kow 'r.
This wa a fin showing for
boys In the fifth annual Tangelo Nine different pla.ltOredfor ,
their first year In the touch the Kowboy during their
Orange Belt Conference .
The Panthers are the co- 1964 aeason.Five f
Th Kowboya finished thirdIn .
champions of the Mid-Lakes ,
the conference with a 8-3 r
i Conference Tied with Mt. conference record They lost
(' Dora, they finished their regularly to undefeated Wlldwood. first Kowboys
scheduled season with a place contender, and Lakeviewand
5-1 conference record. Last Leeaburg second placeholders All-Conference
i year, the Panther finished
...' In the conference
the season without losing apm. A* first place team, Wildwood Five member of the) Oaceo
*. They played In the will go to state a* represent la High School Kowboy foot.
Tangelo Bowl that year for tlr from district three The ball team have been chosen a* '
the first time and downed Wildwood Wildcat managed member of the All Orange ,
the Wlldwood Wildcat 2014. only a 15-7 down over the Belt Conference team The
I"I"I This year, the Wildcat took Komboya. announcement was mad by
the Panther 27 to 13 In regular Winning all four of their Cowboy Coach .Jack Yearwood

season play Th Kowboy non-conference games, the Tuesday
went down to the Wildcat 15- Kowboya beat Halnes City oft Chosen at tackle were Steve
7 this year h* Southwest Conference, Parker and Sidney Bronson,
rYs T y'I The Kowboy will be up Okeechobee and Sebrlng of the both senior Eugene Spain, q r q '!
against one of the biggest Ridge, and St. Cloud of the also a senior, was chosen at
lines they have had to tangle Mid-takes Conference. the center position. At guard,
with this and of theblere.t 1WORKOUTS
year one Junior Richard
The Osceola High rrldderi Bryant wa
and fastest fullbacks.The .
In the backfield Ju.
scored 104 Orange Belt Con. picked.
Panther attack I I.Ju.t I.
ferenc points of a total of 163. nlor Jim Crum was chosen
ti '- ning II and masterful twice aa a*dangerous their run. They rave up 81 conference over all the Orange Belt Conference CONTINUED all Oils week: In preparation for the IOU Tangelo Bowl la Bttsti

vi to the Kowboyi. Hard-hitting, points of a 101 total They fullback, Her Kowboy capUlns Steve Parker, left, and Eugene Spelrs, right, listen to Coach Jack
speedy back will be the most scored S3 touchdown, three Jim Barber, senior tackle, Yearwood for "word to the wis*" or "how to down the Panthers" (Photo" by Sby)
received honorable mention
pasting and 20 running Their an
ominous threat to the Kow
opponent scored 18 TD'a, six award which made him a member
k boy defense passing and nine running The of the second all-confer Road Access
Jim Crum, Kowboy fullback,
rushed for total ence teem.
Kowboy a of
will be dated against hi*
greatest opponent of this yearwhen 2,417 yard to their opposi Only Wildwood, with seven Chen CountyOsceola PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHS ARE A PIICUW
i with tion's 832. In conference play, player named, had more all.
Eustla.Osceola tangles they gained 1,460 and their conference member than the County has received TREASURE TO YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS

One Kowboy should be look. opponent gained 179. Kowboy. approval for a road Into a
ing forward to this bowl eon.test First down for the Kow. recreation area at the Klsslmme .
I THIS WAY TO VICTORY-Former center for the EusUs Pan- with special Intere.toCuard boy totaled 71 conference and River control
I then, now Kowboy guard,Bill HanUnt points the way to victory Bill Hankln played 114 total. The opposition Get Tickets Now structure -Highway ...4.4, the/ .,..k a t.lle

I for top ground-gainer Jim Crum at the Kowboya set up atratenr junior high and vanity football gained 30 conference fli.,. For Gulf American Land Corp, Bk.neas, t.iI. Mm* .. 'r*<.,i i r.,er4y w
| for the 1964 Tangelo Bowl game. (Photo by Eby) for the Panthers until downs and 62 total. Passing Tangelo give the easement to the flood In rs.we e e..... the h.lle1.r ruth ",1"..
moving to Kissimmee 2 year yardage for the Kowboys totaled control district Th easementfor
216 and 208 Orange Belt Ticket for the Tangelo
ago He was starting center
the road will make possible
'Rudder' Magazine Praises for the Panther during his Conference yard. Opponents Bowl game Friday In Eustls to area which
public access an
Sophomore year, passed for 497 OBO yards and should be purchased In ad. may become one of the busiest FREE .
The Tangelo Bowl game 780 total. The Kowboys'passed vane In order to save the
recreational facilities In
[Boating in KissimmeeFeatured with Euati marks the fourth 70 times this year and completed Kissimmee spectator money this area. Although the area Photo Christmas Card olden with
post-seaaon bid for h* Kow. 16. Their opponent and help the Osceola High la In Osceola County, the road
boys In h* past five year. In palled 84 times and completed School athletic fund at the will be constructed In Polk purchase of gift pomalte.EB'Y .
in the November tells the full story of the Boat- 1963, they were contenders In 65. ante time, Principal Max Wa- County,
|i sue of "Rudder" magazine ia A-Cad held over lilt Labor the Frontier Bowl In Sanford Jim Crum, a junior at OilS, ten said The game and fresh water
a five page story praising Day weekend. Smyth point They went down to the San. wa the Kowboyi' leading Th OHS athletic fund r.. fish commission I I. planning to
iKiislmmee and the annual out the one Ingredient which ford unit by a clot 18 to 12 ground gainer, scoring nine calves an additional 25 percent Start construction of two boat
|Bat-A-C.4.: sponsored by the made the five-day, informal In that game. touchdown for 54 point. Seven from the sale of the ticket ramps In the near future, according STUDIO
RBoat-A-Cad. Association The outing such an attraction was of his touchdowns were In her In Kissimmee. This to Craig Bell, chairman .
article I Is entitled "Th Chaotic the "fun, a, commodity that I II conference play, Terry Roberta will go toward maintenanceand of the county recreation Chariot .. Iby, Photograph
iKlsilmme or, Which Way I Is sorely lacking in many thing Special Tags scored a total of 80 point new equipment for the committee
I South fIn toda,." Set in for the Kowboya, 12 In conference present athletic facilities The committee I I. now gathering !
the nationally-known[ Bob Allen was president of January gantee. Adult and student ticket cost figure to be presented
sting magazine, Pete Smyth, the Boat.A-Cade Aasoclatlon .Just behind these two high may be purchased. at Osceola to the county commission 14V4 N. Stowart Ph. M7-2437
(associate editor and author of this put year. He has been Person desiring special 11.sense \. scorers was Steve Parker, *s> High and the Bro..- Ithe article, tell of the new succeeded by Walla Moon who Ug numbers will be able tra point and field goal kicker mac,. _
experience a a d pleaiurea i will preside over the Boat-A. to request them In .January, H* kicked 18 extra point and '-';' VTT_ -- -..........---------
I found while "boating a' la the Cad. for next ,ear. The tripin according to announcement of one field goal this season fera
IKIsslmmeo Boat-A-Cade" of '65 I I. planned to provide aa Ed Pound, retiring tax collec total of 21 point Ten of his
1964. much safety and "downright tor. extras were In conference[
Complete with pictures of fun" for the participator a* Murray Bronson, new tax game.
[the scenic route and aome of Smyth reported h* had on collector, will take the request AIM adding to the scoring '
Ith. local residents, the feature the 1964 Boat-A-Cade, after assuming office were Oils Preston, a transfer" I SANTA ,,




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