Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00306
 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: November 21, 1963
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Oct. 11, 1984.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079939
Volume ID: VID00306
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
lccn - sn 95026784
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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t ._' service will be held in all Christian ;
Science churches on Thursday -
: November 28. In Kissim- __
mee the service will begin at
10:30 ajn. in Kissimmee Society
located at 309 N. Randolph St

( A Bible Lesson on Thanksgiv

n UT1i t ing" will be read, opening witha s.
rt verse from Psalms (33:1): I
"Rejoice in the Lord 0 ye right-:
eous: for praise is comely for
the upright." The service will also -

"'" include hymns, prayer anda
JU1I'Ii s special period during which
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gation may stand up and express

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s Date AnnouncedThe -. _.aI or--"'" .

annual Christmas parade HOLD WORKSHOP The Business and Professional Women's Club held a district

will be held here Nov. 29, Fred meeting here Sunday. Shown discussing the workshop which was held at the

McDaniel of manager of announced the chamber high school cafeteria in the morning are, left to right Mrs. Helenmarie White, District

yesterday.commerce 5 director, of Melbourne; Mrs. Wanda Barnett Kissimmee president; Mi s

Betty Jayne Stott state recording secretary, of Stuart. (Photo by.. Eby.. .)
He also said Christmas decor- -

ations will go up during the last
ALMOST A MEMORY Razing of the Tropical Hotel eral Savings and Loan Association building will be erected week of this month and there Fifteen ChargedWith

continues with the annex completely gone and demolition on the site. (Photo by Eby) will be a house Christmas decor- BPW Clubs Held i

of the main part of the hotel underway. A new First Fed- ation contest in the Kissimmee TrespassingFifteen
Electric Utility area.
men, all believed to

Annual Grudge GameKowboys St. Cloud Details will be announced later. be hunters, were charged with District
However, he said tentative trespassing on properties in Os- Meeting I

CommissionMet plans are to start the parade at ceola County over the weekend.
2:30 p. m., in the downtown area Sheriff Bob Buckels said yester-
Meet Bulldogs and then transport the marchersto day. I
SaturdayST. the north side of the city Only one of the men arrested I Registration for the Second I cussing the duties of the Personal

I where a Christmas program will was from Osceola County. They I District Meeting of District V of. Development Committee; the P
CLOUD An informal be staged. were accused of trespassing on the Florida Federation of Bus- group discussing the duties of the
The football game of the yearis I Crowe will also throw. Bronson Jim Barber, tackles; I meeting of the City Commissionwas property owned by Deseret iness and Professional Women's Civic Participation Committee;

scheduled to be played here I The Kowboys ended up the con- Steve Parker, B U 1 Hankins, held Saturday to discussthe Farms and the Kempfers. Clubs, Inc., began promptly at and the W group discussing the
Friday night at 8 p.m. when the I ference year in second place for guards; Eugene Speirs, center; six items of city business Purchases Listed on the sheriff's recordsas 9:30 A. M. Sunday, at the Osce duties of the World Affairs Com
Kissimmee Kowboys meet the I the third straight year with a Gary Dymmek, quarterback; which were tabled at Thursday's County having been charged were ola High School cafeteria, with mittee. In each of these discussions -
St. Cloud Bulldogs on the local! 5-1 record. First place was taken Jim Crum, full back; Earl Johns formal regularly scheduled Three New Trucks Herman Talmage Cowart Jim- Mrs. Phyllis Mueller, Miss Isabel they were to return and

field. oy Arcadia with a 6-0 record. left half; Gary Land wingback. meeting. my Tate Raley, and Thomas B. I Bartholomew and Mrs. Rose Bob- report with a planned programfor I
This is the annual grudge game:I St. Cloud averaged over 14 Seeing defensive action will be Hospitalization insurance was County commissioners Monday Watkins Jr., all of Brevard I roff in charge. There were a a dub meeting for each of
for the county championshipwhen points per game and 250 yards Richard Bryant John Hand considered and the commissioners bought two Dodge dump trucks County; total of 73 members and two the committees to follow.
all records for the year go rushing per game for the season. Aaron Baxter, Charlie White and decided to check further into and one Chevrolet flatbed truck Billy Albritton. Orlando; Hart guests present and all clubs in The Civic Participation: Group'!
out the window and both teams They boast the leading ground Bob Magnaphi. the cost. Mayor Fred Ford esti- alter opening bids. from five ry Pullen, St. Cloud; Gerald District V represented with the reporter was Mrs. Vida Gould, "
hold nothing back. gainer in the Mid-Lakes confer- The Bulldogs' starting lineup mated the city's share of the dealers. Ray Qontz. Herbert Brooms, exception of St. Cloud.A who showed true cnairmamhifability .
As for the spectators, it is expected ence in Johnny ,Crowe. They are will be Don Young Lanny Bass, insurance cost would be about Acceptance of the low bids was and Jerry Waters Brooms, Vero very worthwhile workshop by delegating seven meat f

to ,be "Standing- Room also fresh over a win last Fri- ends; Curtis Heaberlin Dwaine $7,000 per year and pointed out subject to the trucks' meeting Beach; Willie R. Hurst Wabasso -I on Program Guidance (membership bers of her group to speak on II
Only" for this g a m ? which day when they defeated Ocoee. Hawthorne, tackles; Dale Shr ie, this had not been included in the specifications. The two trucks ; Clifford Finchun Melbourne; ) was conducted. This began their pet civic participation
through the ,years has proved to Glenn Knapp, guards; Tim the budget. He also said this from! Riedel Motors amounted to Robert C. Shriver, Mathew I I with a panel meeting of the State projects. Two of whom were f
be uppermost in the season to The Kowboys on the other Crowe center; Oscar Simmons, amount of money would pay the 7291.02) ; and the one truck"from Johnson, Rick Morrison JohneyW. Federation recording secretary Miss Lola Lawler and Mrs. Sybil '

the alumni 6| both schools. hand have had a free week but quarterback; Butch Wright fullback city's share of several blocks of Starling Chevrolet amounted to Taylor, and James E. Nable, I I Miss Betty Jane Stott from Stuart I Carte.
The game ,will have the St. have been far from resting. Theyare this ; Johnny Crowe lineback; street paving which would bene- $4,342.14. Orlando. Florida, as the moderator.and The World Affairs Group's reporter I
Cloud single wing vs. the Osceola determined to make Ray Hyder, wingback.The fit everyone instead of just a the president oi the Orlando was Mrs. Oma C. Jones I
'T". To make the powerful game their 8th straight win. Kowboys will play the final I few city employees. I Club, Mrs. Betty Lancaster, and of the Greater Cocoa Beach r rI

single wing go they depend on Kissimmee captains will be game of the season Thanksgiving The fee system for police officers Mrs. Evelyn Wise second vice I Club who brought back to the a-
thE )ins rushes. of 175' lb.vbatter- Gary !?Dymmek and Jim Crum. Eve. Wednesday, at 8 p.m. at and court clerk was not Delegates Attend president of the Orlando Club as semblel group a planned program
ing ram Butch Wright and the The prbbaEle stariung"TIneup''for the, local field,' when they wiir I discussed as Commissioner members.. Through questions by whose theme wac "Hemispheric
off tackle runs of Johnny Crowe.To .I the Kowboys will be Chuck Wha- meet the powerful Wildwood Charles Hodgins asked the dis- the moderator and answers by Co-operation Through. under
keep the defense honest. len, Gary Still., ends: Sidney eleven. cussion be deferred until later. Cancer Unit MeetJim the members of the panel as wellas standing." This program was a

..Later in the meeting Commis- other members attending, the planned dinner to which local
sioner John Hudson desired to duties of each of the committee persons from other countries
Death Takes A Holiday Weekend Brings discusswoosoouldbetheamnclerk Rooney, education chairman done what it has in the com- chairmen known as program were invited and asked to par-

i Several Arrests also who should collect and Kissimmee Crusade parative few years of its ex- committee chairmen were well ticipate in the program. The dinner .

Scheduled Next Month court costs and what amount Chairman of the Osceola County istence. defined and outlined. After this would consist! of recipes from
'our more persons were charged Unit. American Cancer
should be collected. panel discussion all present were other countries, background:
I of the and with vagrancy by gambling or Rules of procedure were dis- Society; Ruth Watson. St. :Mary Ann Kennedy, Uni- divided into three groups, B. P. I music, and even folk dancing.
"Death Takes a Holiday"could production season; : in versity of Florida and Kay ,
loitering a gambling house Cloud Crusade chairman and and W. With the B dis- I
cussed at length with the commission group (Continued on Page 8)
the second in the new "Little
be a pleasant ; Sheriff Bob Buckels reported. service chairman; and Jerry Franklin, Florida State -
and it will be, as presented by Theatre". Continued improve- was the second weekend in a row I agreeing unanimouslyto Berson Unit secretary, attended thanked the Florida I
the Footlight Theatre Guild ments have been made in the that such charges have been conduct meetings the way the Annual Meeting of Division for their ACS
Dec. 12-14th, at' the Osceola Art new facilities since the last play made. they have been conducted since members and directors of the scholarships and told of their Scott Kelly Spoke
by Louis French and his com- the present administration was ;
and Culture Center under the Those arrested were identifiedas elected with the understanding Florida Division in Tampa last studies. Both said they would I
direction of Kenneth Duncan. mittee. weekend. not have been able to complete
The title of the play would The new auditorium typicalof Robert Hobbs Freddie Hol- that in case of any technicality, The Sat- their college courses : To
general meeting
suggest a macabre presentationbut the "intimate theatre" whichis den.Holden.Jimmy West and Ronnie rules of Parliamentary Procedure urday morning consisted of rePOrts without the aid of ACS. Bothof Rotary Mondayin
will be followed until that
the in little theatre
to the contrary it has many vogue by state chairman. Trea- oth girls have parttime jobsto
circles seats only 120 patrons. Other arrests made over the particular problem is handled.
the scholarships
moments of high comedy.The supplement
surer R. G. Thomson reported Fiscal responsibility andState's in? We'll be growing tnree times
Consequently the play is repeated weekend included according to The commission agreed to con-
do all
plot revolves around a and both plan to
that Florida was well Rights Scott fast the U.S. Our
over are Kelly'splatfonn. I' as as greatest
tinue items
for vote at
three times and all seats the sheriff. Grover Jones, placing
which carry- and
Utopian three days during they can, both at school
formal the the 1963 quota by August 31. the State Senator from need will be for year-round pay
the world suffers no fatal acci- are reserved. ing a concealed weapon; SamuelI meetings on agendaby when they are graduated, to
the form James W Kynes, Jr., State Lakeland (Polk County) told rolls. And I can't think of any
dents or illnesses as "Death Many theatre "go-ers" have r v y, assault and battery; using prescribed Crusade received further the education of the 'Kissimmee
Chairman a Rotary dub this greater contribution we can
and that items not
Takes a Holiday". subscribed as patrons or pur- Charles Moore, aggravated assault agreed any certificate of appreciationfrom general ublic in cancer pro- week. make than fiscal responsibility
The play's style is that of a chased season tickets therefore ; and Vernon Phillips indecent so placed on the agenda could grams. .
still be discussed with the the National Crusade Kelly is the second of the candidates As a businessman and a family
limited number of tickets approval -
a are I
mood-phantasy absolutely devoid exposure. of four commissioners.The Chairman. The group was told The 200 member present for for Governor of Florida man I'm opposed to deficit financing
available for "Death Takes a
of the morbidness the title Holiday". Tickets be secured community house is and that the State of Florida is the final business session Sun- i in a series invited by the RotarIans -in government in my
might imply. may second in achievement with ; Fred Karl of Daytona busmen and in my home."
from Guild members or has been in the process of main- day morning, which was held .
The publishers of the play by calling Cathering Beauchampat Birth Announcement tenance as a part of the city's California taking first place after church services in the Beach was first Kelly has not That led him to the other
supply the interesting informa- and New York third. yet formally declared himself a point. "I'm opposed to Federal
8473156.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Suldo announce overall maintenance program of hotel, voted to hold the 1964 i
tion that "Death Takes a Holiday" National, state and county candidate but said he expects encroachment !
Annual Meeting of the Florida
the birth of a 7 lb. 3 oz. city property.A
is one of the most popular theme for the 1964 Crusadeis I to announce "on schedule after "I believe fe the Tenth I
informal is Division in Orlando. The
son, Joseph Jr., on Saturday meeting
plays of American church drama and from Mrs. E. H. Sheipline November 16th at the Orange scheduled for tonight (Thurs- "The Year of Tell You 1965 meeting will be held in the first of the year". Amendment (State's Rights I
arrived Herrod Ohio to "
groups. 7 Neighbor. :Miami. In Kelly's view of history as continue opposed to over-cen
Memorial HospitaL day) at
This play will be the second spend the winter p.m. Mrs. Watson was apointed he outlined it here "population tralization of government in

--- - to serve on the Resolutions Anyone wishing additional explosion" was what pulled Washington. I believe it is impossible -

f' Committee which met Sun- information on public education -I down China and India, and excessive for any nation to stand
day morning and reported at Cancer Loan Closet t I centralization of power when its gowramant becomes

I ,. the general session before ad- service, the Tumor Clinic in pulled down the Roman Em- completely eemndfaasl in one
: : journment. All news media Orlando may call Pete Huntor place". ,
.. pire.As I
,"..,. ..,.. ';; including newspapers, TV and Jim Rooney in Kissimmee for the first he quoted Without specifically naming
radio were Included in a I. . Ruth Watson in St Cloud. forecasts that the United States Farris Bryant Kefljr netted the
'thank you* resolution. J. Day- will double population and triple I history of tbe T *itlrt in the
T : I
rTh. ton Saltsman: public relations gross national product I la the last Legislature: "som things

committee said there is more City Accepts Bids next 40 years "and we must be I disturbed me greatly". He emphasized -
and more newspaper publicityand prepared when it happens to us. that 'the responsibility
thanked them for their On Pipe, Pavingr I feel that we will be. i II lies with the chief exectuive of
cooperation.In "And where does Florida fit I the State".

a public education report At a special session Tuesday
the committee chairman said
Commission t.
the dry accepted a
that Florida leads the nationin from Osceola t..
bid of 55.023.29
this project. He said tbat !
Hardware in Kissimmee for 5.170
and all effort should ;
out be .
feet of sewer pipe and 195 Y* .r
made by each County Unit to and bend. ,
involve more people in public

I education, particularly elementary Occnee day Products submitted

education. Many films a bid that was one cent lower -' ..". .
are available for showing in but the commission acceptedthe ,I : .. :
junior and senior high schools Osceola Hardware bid unan I : cT -,. !.

: and there will be one available imously. Osceola. Hardware was -_.. ,

for elementary schools. bidding on Oconee products. aw .
These films deal with the
Paving bids were also openedand ; .
smoking habit and its relationto -' ';
rt J. Howard Young Paving
lung cancer. It has been
shown by surveys made in St Cloud was tentatively awarded -

elementary schools that many the contract, pending approvalof ,
the city's engineers. Smith and eht
children in the fifth and sixth ;
I Ir Gillespie. Young's bid was some '
grade are learning to smoke Sri
and by the time they are teen- $9,000 tower than the closest bid-
agers the 'puff for fun or der. They bid $55414-25 or $55-
kicks' has already become a 372.35, the difference being in
f habit. type of culverts to be used on

It"I Rooney as education chairman one of the streets involved. To J
I I' may be contacted for be paved are: Central Avenue x
films or any other educational from Sproule Ave. to AultmanSt
materials. ; Drury Avenue from Broadway 3

Lane W. Adams, executive to Mitchell St.; Sumner .J

vice resident ACS addressed Street from Beaumont Ave. to WINS FREE COURSE-Mrs. Larry (Judy) Wilson right,
'.the assembly at lunch Saturday Vernon Ave. and Clyde Ave. to
won a free charm course as a door prize at the open house
RECEIVES PIN Cecil G, Tyner, produce manager of left to right L. M. Williams store manager, Woodrowthe I and said that without Bermuda Ave.; Penfield Avenue of the Pat Flesher KUsiramre studio last week. The
from Thacker
Kissimmee Winn-Dixie Store, received a 20 year aervKeene, area supervisor, Tyner, and W. C. Bolden, store I le the lay help people of professional and volunteer peo- and Jacaranda Lavon St. to Lane from Nep; classes will start immediately under the direction of Car-

ice pin this week from Tinn-Dixie. Pictured above are, supervisor. (Photo by Eby) ** workers, ACS pcould not have tune to Drury.Ave. leen McCuiston. (Photo bv Ebv)

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; 2.-The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Fla., Thcrs Nov. 21, 1963 Henry D. SellersSuccumbed MARRIED SATURDAY Mobile X-Ray To Be In I Ii Shuffle Tourney

:Holiday Tables TuesdayHenry :iini i Kissimmee Wednesday I Huge. CLOUD; SuccessST. StHrfffefcoard

Damascus Sellers, 54, of __ Club Halted Obates held

515 Randolph Avenue, Kissim- Ii i,i At a meeting held Friday at all persons aged 18 years andover 1 last week under the dfreetfon" of
,I' Theme of Program bama, he moved from Andalusia, II N..n,Dr. C.C. Flood, Director on the following, dates: Simon and Zetma Young was
Tuesday.A Alabama Ii I of the Osceola County Health Tuesday November 28, St. thoroughly enjoyed by one of
native of Red Level i Department Mr. ,John Collins Cloud,2:00 pjn. until 0:00 p.m. the largest groups of contestants
I Mrs. Earl W. Lau, Winter cloth, using blanket binding to he moved from Andalusia I Managing Director of the! County Building 10th & Mass. in the history of die club.
Park, an able speaker really edge the net. Alabama to Kissimmee 4 years Central Florida Tuberculosisand 6.30 p.m. until 8:30 pja. County Partners were determined by
"Showed the Power of Color' Each table was a symphony ago. He was an employee of the- I Respiratory Disease Association -' Building 10th & Mass. drawing and the contest proc.leeded -

I when she spoke to the Kissim of color. The cloths were madeto State Road Department and a low ( 4 1 Orlando Mrs. Eli- Wednesday November ?:1. on an elimination basis
, mee Garden Club members and accent the china, crystal and member of the Baptist Church. zabeth Edgar, Program Coor- Kissimmee,2:00 p.m.until 5:00 Cash prizes were offered anc
. guests Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. candles were selected to blend. Survivors include his wife I dinator of the Central Fla. p.m., Co. Courthouse near en- the winners were Ilea Claire
I I Lau is now serving as therapy The arrangements then complimented Myrtis Greathouse Sellers. One TB Respiratory: Disease trance to the Osceola County and Jack Broughton, first Ernie !
f chairman for district VII F. F. the main color with daughter, Mrs. Wanda Faye Association Mrs. Trait Schol- Health Department. 6:30 p.m. Lambert and Al Hilton, second
'f G. c., she has been President fresh flowers predominating.Mrs. Vickers. 0 n e stepson, Edgar lenberg, Executive Board. until 8:30 pm at the site of Ellen Lanttenhciscr sad Ray
i. of the Winter Garden club Dis- Lau gave several hints Smithart, all .of Kissimmee. Two Member, and Mrs. Ruth Pad- Tropical Hotel Broadway and Hale, third; Delia Wemert and
trict Director a State Officer telling how to dye candles condition brothers, Charlie Sellers Red Ii! gett of the Health Department Monument.It ,*Evan Wilsey fourth.
,! and is presently working on a fresh materials, how to Level and Jeff W. Sellers, An- discussed t plans for a Mobile Twenty-four boards were in
I I I book on table settings to be apply glitter and how to make dalusia. Five sisters, Mrs. J. R X-Ray Unit to visit Osceola, was brought out at the ;play for the weekly Ice cream
published in the near future. one set of china serve for many Grizzle and Mrs. Stella Hutcheson County. ," meeting by Mrs. Schellen- tournament The Blacks won

Mrs. Lau with the help of occasions simply by changingthe both Ocoee; Mrs. Lillie Ra- The Osceola County Health berg that, tentatively during '!with a score of 4975. Consolation
color and texture of the bren and Mrs. Daisy Rabren 1964 the Mobile Unit win re-
I, Mrs. Francis J. Mueller and Department' and the Tuber ;candy bars were awarded to the
Mrs. Mueller's daughter Donna, cloth. She also displayed infor- both Andalusia and Miss Minnie culosis and Health Committed turn to Osceola County for a (Reds who scored 335*. Mr. and
mal settings on mats of various Sellers Tuscaloosa, Alabama. period of at least fourteen
arranged and displayed a dozen : of Osceola County (affiliated Mrs. Homer Wolfe gave the can-
tables with holiday themes. The materials. Also 4 grandchildren.The with the Central Florida Tu- dav Idy bars in honor ol Mr. Caton's
settings ranged from formal to During the brief business funeral party left Tuesday berculosis and Respiratory Disease For the first time this year, !i91st birthday.
informal lush color combina- meeting presided over by the afternoon for Andalusia where Association Inc., 'com- the campaign to eradicate Tuberculosis t Selma Washer led the scoringfor
tions to a stark but effectively President, Mrs. Albert Rogers funeral services will be held with prising Orange Osceola, Sem- and the other res- ; the ladies with -a W while '
simple black and white setting Mrs. Lau as Therapy Chairman interment to follow in Fairmount .a i inole, .Marion, Lake and Sum- piratory diseases is being 'George Harris paced the menwith
called "Sukiyaki". told of a list of books needed at Cemetery, Red Level. Grissom ( ter Counties) announce that fought, jolnUy by the six-co- a 68 total. Simon and Zel-
Mrs. Lau has a keen sense of Raiford Prison and the Correc- Funeral Home was in charge of i, the Mobile Unit of the As-! unty group.' Together the ma Young. GranviM Saapp and
felt doves, tional Institute at Avon Park. arrangements. sociation be in Osceola' counties the
humor as she used i will hope to increase the Ernest Lambert supervised
cloth used fora The Club voted to give Mrs. for the of control of the '
and angels on the I County purpose providing dreaded di pky.
golden wedding anniversary Lau a monatary gift to purchase I Genevieve M. King FREE chest x-rays to seases. large entry is expected forth I

the dove of peace representedthe books for the prisons. Mrs. Theodore Nelson.NelsonWysong. ut<*. Sixth -Annual-.*a-* Amateur MM Sm*-
man, and the angel was for Mrs. D. E. Cooperrider led I Died TuesdayGenevieve \gles Tournament held here on
the woman to live with a man the devotions using as her County Residents ,Nov. 2122. Kow Kapttal Tour-
theme, "Made: in Heaven". The
38 of ,
that long. Marie King nament Doubles, Kfeafanmee
Nylon net was the material circle count was Daylily 15, Route 2, Kissimmee passed Renew will be held November 25-37.
I used most by Mrs. Lau. She Gloriosa, 15, Hibiscus, 9 and away early Tuesday after several RegistrationOsceola The secretary reported that
matched the each under Rose, 9. Vows \1
net to hours illness.A ExchangedThe Warren Mandeville is home from
A Tour of Homes has been set
native of East Towas, Michigan County voters will postmark of this notice, other- minor surgery and is recuperating -
tentatively for Feb. 6th. Each
Mayor's Proclamation she had been a resident of have to renew their registrationor wise your name will be removed nicely and Rum Farrell
I FARM: -CITY WEEK Circle will participate in this his community for the past 5 marriage of Carol Jean Wood served as best man and' be stricken from the voting from the registration books andit has returned to the hospital for

1963 event. years. Wysong to Theodore Nelson was Jerr>' Cheney as usher. I II rolls within the next 30 days, will be necessary for you to more surgery. The entire club
WHEREAS the prosperity and The Gloriosa Circle was host- She was a Baptist. solemnized in a 4 p.m. ceremony The bride's mother wore a according to Mrs. Dorothy Pur- appear in person to complete mourns for Nellie Dike whose (

well-being of this communityare ess for the day. Survivors Delude her husband, Saturday at the First I blue lace dress with matching dy, supervisor of registration.To new registration."In smiling countenance won her

dependent upon cooperation Christopher Walter King. Her United Presbyterian Church I accessories* and a corsage of make the registration renewal the event you have many friends at the courts.SHRIMP i
elementsof father, Fred Putnam, Alpena with the Rev. Dorr L. Van Etten blue carnations and mums. The marriageor
between the two great Junior Women To easy she is mailing out changed your name by
our society: farmers and urban Michigan. Three sons, Christopher officiating.The I groom's mother wore all pink cards to all of the voters. Theyare other legal process or if you
people andWHEREAS Bake Holiday GoodsThe Richard King, Eugene King altar was banked with and her corsage was of pink to return half of it after desire to change your party affiliation -
the complexities of | and Infant King. Five daughters. white and pink gladioli, mums carnations and mums. The flow filling in the blank spaces and you must come to the In A Basket
their individual problems and Mrs. Willis Terrell, Arbutus and fern, palms and candelabra.. ers and decorations were by signing.If office of supervisor of registration -
the divergence of their activities Kissimmee Junior Wom- King Marie King Wanda King :Irs. Lester Geisler presented Mrs. Harold Hand. the cards are not returned I and obtain a new certificateof I FREEZETTEDRIVEIN
have led to a widening gulf of an's Club has completed plansfor and Jennie King, all Kissimmee.Two the organ music and Mrs. June Following the ceremony a re- within 30 days the names will registration."
misunderstanding, and a unique bake sale, Mrs. brothers and three sisters. Bond sang the wedding music. ception was held in the church be stricken, she said. All cards will be in the mail ,
WHEREAS this gulf of misunderstanding Charles Jackson chairman of Grissom Funeral Home is in The bride, given in marriageby parlor. I The instructions on the card by the end of this week. If cardis l'I
and committee re- her father, wore a floor The couple will reside in Or- I
must be eliminated, ways means charge of arrangements. reads: "To be qualified to vote not received voters are askedto
and each group must understand ported. This sale features pump- length gown of silk organza, featuring lando. in forthcoming elections you call or contact the office The Kissimmee Business (:'

the other if our American way kin and pecan pies both avail- a Sabrina neckline trim- I must sign and return this cardto Mrs. Purdy said.LEGAL And Professional Women f
I of life is to endure, and able in the standard 9" size or Nazarenes To med with sequins and a brush Kissimmee Musician the office of the supervisorof
WHEREAS Farm-City Week in individual tarts. Pies are rain widely edged with lace. of will hold a r
within 30
registration days
provides an unparalleled oppor- available only by advanced or- Hear Guest SpeakerThe Her veil of silk French illusionwas Dies On SaturdayA NOTICEIN

tunity for farm and city peopleto der. Orders may be placed by attached to a lace cap accented Mid-County Club TUPPERWAREHOME
become re-acquainted, calling Mrs. Bobby Lee Thompson Communty Thanksgiving with pearls and aurura nationally known Negro pi- THE. OSCEOLA COUNTY COUNTY.JUDGE'SCOURT
. I, THEREFORE, J. Adrian at 847-3727 no later than Service for Kissimmee will be detail. She carried a colonial anist, a native of Kissimmee Names Committees"Valuable FLORIDA.

Davis, Mayor of the City of Kis- Saturday November 23. held in the Church November of the Na-28, type bouquet of white carnationsand died Saturday night in Miami IN RE ESTATE NO 4697.OF PARTY

simmee, do hereby proclaim the zarene, Thursday, mums. according to information re- Papers"* was the WILLIAM McKINNEY. Deceased
These pies will be baked fresh at 8:00 The bride's only attendant, ceived here NOTICE OF SALE WEDNESDAY
a.m'f yesterday. DEC 4th
period of November through topic of the meeting of the Os- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ,
November 28 to be Farm-City and delivered on the day before Pastor of the Connie Cabell, wore a pink gown Walter Johnson, who has played I ceola Mid-County Home Demon- that the undersigned Admlnlstratrtx .
Week and I do further call Thanksgiving.The First Christian Church will de- and all pink accessories. Trace in various night spots sinceat stration Club that Novem- of the Estate of William McKinney 4
; upon Fred met deceased, will sell the following At the Community House
M. Toms I
liver the sermon. --- - ------- -
all citizens of this communityto Kissimmee Juniors are least the early 30's was play- ber 12th at the county agricultural described property belonging
participate to the limit of proud of this opportunity to help pastor of the host church will Symphonette To s ing at a night club when he suf- I building. to said estate to-wit
the service. Lots 2 to 7. Inclusive of Led-
I heir capability in the joint visits the ladies of Kissimmee with preside over Present ConcertThe fered a heart attack. Amongthe I Miss Marilyn Dietrich spokeon better's Subdivision. Osceola '4'
Other ministers participatingin he and his band County Florida according to the
the seminars, the pageants, their Thanksgiving baking and I places per- the importance of keeping
the service will be Scripture official plat thereof as filed and
fairs civic, and social events): at the same time derive a profitfor : Kissimmee Symphonettewill formed were the Cotton Club ,valuable papers in a s.t place_ recorded in the office of the -#
attendant to a successful Farm- their favorite local charitiesand Reading by Henry Young, pas- and The Savoy. He also!played "' Clerk of the Circuit Court of Os-
appear in a Christmas concert and knowing where they are.
tor of the Trinity Lutheran ceola: County. Florida
City Week in Kissimmee. for Sunland Training Cen- and Dorr and chorus Tuesday De-1:, in Cuban night spots. <"" '- The following committee, at a public sale to the highest aM THANKSGIVING
Church Prayer by
Done at the City of Kissimmee ters which have been an interest ember 17th at 8 p.m. in the He is survived by his mother. chairmen nameii' Mrs. best bidder for cash on December
for the local for Van Etten pastor of the Firs,1 t Pearl Johnson, of Kissimmee, were 18 1963. at 12:00 o'clock noon at
this November 19, 1963.J. over
; group Presbyterian Church. Osceola High School auditorium.The HQwanl Allen citizenship; Mrs. the Courthouse in Kissimmee. Os CARDSfor
Bovls ten who retired as a school teacher
Adrian years. ceola County. Florida.
concert, to be presentedby Vaughn Nelson, clothing Mrs.
after 47 years service; his wife, Dated this 18th day of NOT em-
--- ---. the patrons, will be free and Charles Underwood, family life; her. 1963. Thursday, Nov. 28
Judy, four sons, and two daugh-
is invited to attend. DELLA ENGLE
everyone Mrs. Wallace Auger, foods and
ters. Della Engle Administratrix HUNT
nutrition; Mrs. Nettie Ward, 4- of the Estate of William BROS.

All Right I All Right I. . I'll Buy You a New H; Mrs. Philip DiVirgilio, health Murray McKinney W Oxerstreet.deceased Jr. "THE OPEN
and safety; Mrs. Howard Har- Attorney for Administratrix
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g sac son.s1M ris, home improvement; Mrs. Box 492. Kissimmee. Florida
Jim Walter I Nov. 21 28 Dec. 5, 12. 1963
James Smith, rtcreation; Mrs.

Charles Campbell: arts and ,
) i INIT : crafts; Mrs. Warren York, sun-

shine; Mrs. S'dney Bronson .. oFIICt C"AHY I.9J'C
ways and means. : Rt.lOthit.: 19.3444
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City News: IN TRAINING 1942 Football Team Alary Zoe Schrieber j The. Kissbnmee Oazette, Klsshrnnee> + Fla., Tters' ., Nov H, W68!< 3

_ Honored With Tea

I Bake Sale : Will Be HonoredThe was Miss honor Mary guest Zoe at Schrieber a tea in, Censure ResolutionsMet I

the home of Mrs. William E. With Defeat

fettinger, 1011 Ohio Avenue

Fire Association Osceola High will School honor Athletic the-, I alumni: The dance Association's, starting annual after the 'St. Cloud, Saturday afternoon Si. CLOUD-When the tem- The reference was to an informal

Dep November 16. Cohostesseswere pest in the tea pot subsided at meeting width broke
1942 Kowboy football team in .game, will be held at the community up
Mrs. C. W. Bunday Mrs. the City Commission meetinglast when Hudson wafted!
t ceremonies this Friday I house. Music will be provided out because
pregame Lloyd Stalvey and Mrs. Henry week tie votes defeated
the "Losers". Brooks and Hodgfae were
night at the annual Kissimmee- by All alumni
By Mrs. D. G. Owlett cottage off St. Cloud football game. of Osceola and St. Cloud high J. Crofts. resolutions to censure Commissioners not present

A bake sale, sponsored b> Word has An alumni dance will be held schools and anyone else wishingto James Miss Schriber Lee* Leach will November wed Mr. John B. Hudson and Virgil Making an attempt to explain
the Civic Association, way that the Rev. Roy after the game with this 1942 .attend are urged to do so. Brooks. the motivation of Hu IoB's walk
30, 7:30: in the First Methodist -
J held last week to help pay missionary on football team as special guests. Tickets are priced at $3.00 per Church pjn. St Cloud. Although everyone, including t., .
for the firehouse doors. A Viet Nam, is ill .c. Earl Moody, president of the couple and are available from Mayor Fred Ford who introduced does not trust the mayor' and he
The tea table overlaidwitltin
was the resolutions, knew they
rummage sale of clothing: of his wife's association, stated that this particular any athletic association member I would not sit in on a nutting,
lace cloth. Pink
furniture or other items is Mrs. Walter team was chosen for thisyear's or at the dance. ecru would not pass, tempers reached with the mayor.' "
JAYNE SAM Mum interspersed with the flash point. Two of the
held in Decembei been
to early a hospital "Alumni Night" becauseof
spray of flowering pink coral three commissioners who walked The tempest subsided and
for the same purpose. several days. ,daughter of Mr.and their outstanding record. Birth
AnnouncementMr. onnep the center piece. Silver out of the last meeting were calm took over and ki a climate
Beck Mr. and Mrs
Mr. is patientin
Ross a showed the
W. T. Sammons has 'Moody said statistics
enhanced the refreshmenttable and the of peaceful deliberation
armed with statements the
the Osceola after and and Mrs. commission
Hospital in eight Eugene R. Lakeof
team scored 129 points
the WAVES and is from
which confections took
he fell at his home last week. were callers in only 45 Eulonia, Georgia announcethe third with an argument. up the city's pressing -
and '
her basic games gave sandwiches punch tea and defense business.
to his -
training at Hudson rose own
and Mrs. D. G. week.
Mr. Owlett to their opposition.Total birth of a daughter Cynthia
were in Winter Haven on The Reverends U. S. Naval Training points rushing yardage was Jane, weighing 8 lbs. 4 oz., on coffee were served. The host- after the mayor waived I Seven "urgent" items appear
Tuesday. and Henry T. Roe at Bainbridge, Md. 1834 and their season's penalties October 27th at the GlynnBrunswick -esses resided at the table. rules of procedure and spoke for ed on the agenda under new
Among those who have returned -called at the home Memorial Brunswick The bride-elect, her mother, 40 minutes. Brooks read a state- I j business. The commission took
was graduated from Os- only amounted to 112 yards. Hospital, Mrs. T. Lawrence Schrieberand I
during the past week Mrs. D. G. Owlett High School with the Eight of the sixteen memberswere Georgia. Mrs. Ray C. Leach, motherof ment which he had prepared for(action on one, ratification of employment
are Mrs. Eliza Forster Chic past week. honored on the all conference Maternal grandparents are Mr. the last meeting. of three men, and
of 61. the
ago; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Baxter Mr. and Mrs. team with six of the play- and Mrs. Roy Hansel and pater- Mrs. groom greeted guests. When the question of censure tabled the other six important
Mary C.
from Ohio; Miss Leab dosal have ers offered scholarships at five nal grandmother is Mrs. George Everhart grandmother against Brooks came up, Com- items for further discussion at
Kennedy from New York; Mr Pleasant Hill Vote To different universities and col- Lake, all of Kissimmee. of the bride was pre missioner Charles Hodgins pre- an informal meeting.
The Rev. sent for the occasion. Miss sented an argument that seemed
and Mrs. Milton Wheeler Iron years.'r Rev. Eiland
Pennsylvania.Mr. Mission Villiage leges. Schrieber was presented a silver vague but attempted to indict
The 1942 Kowboys had a i
Evans, husband of Prin field, Fla. was First Baptist Church has loss record that season Glonosa Circle bread and roll tray by the the mayor. John Carradine
Evans of the Christian Day week to leave to call the Rev. C. H. and second in conference hostesses. I He said the mayor had not I
convention. of placed To Hold DinnerThe called them in to discuss the To Star In PlayJohn
School, is ill at their home. as pastor. play. Incidentally 1942 was the I
Word has been received ical Bible Mission Rev. Eiland is currently first that Osceola High Golden Club 'censure or the punishment that I .
year Gloriosa Circle Age Broadway
of the of
November 27 'I should be given to Brooks and Carradine star
that Miss Mildred Swift, whc- as pastor of the First School teams competed in the
Kissimmee Garden Club will and television will
Hudson. movies
Church in Hazelwood To Hold
was a guest here last winteris Conference for championship Sing Along'ST.
Ridge hold their Thanksgiving Dinner the lead role of Gram in
returning to missionarywork C. He has held pastorates in conference, He continued, "You did not play
in Japan under the Evan Free \ Shores and Orlando. He honors. In the the de- meeting at the home of Mrs. W. CLOUD-Golden Club bring me in on these discus Stetson University's production ,
had 3-1 record Age
gelical Alliance Mission. She Mrs. Eiland and their two they a in R. Hayward, Boggy Creek Road, sions. You did not give me a of Anouilh's "Antigone" to be
Hold registered 7-6 invites the community to participate -
feat being Friday, Nov. 15th, at 12:30 p.m. chance to determine action." He presented Dec. 11-14 at Stovet
leaves her home in Pennsyl-- spent a weekend here'
Green's favor. in the ever popular 'SingAlong'
Bowling with Mrs. Lynn Beers as co- added "You violated section 16 Theatre on the University's De-
vania the day after Christmasto weeks ago. When he will
Special This rugged team of two dec- hostess. tomorrow night (Friday) .
sail from Los his duties here is of the Charter. Land campus.All
Angeles on new 185
now in progress ades ago averaged poundsin Beautification at 8 p.m. The good oldfashionedsing
Brinson Park
Ford of Hodgins easily
January 15th. She plans to Methodist Church unknown. the line and 170 pounds in will be discussed will embrace the familiar disposed seats will be reserved for
visit in Chicago enroute to tinue for the rest that time, the Rev. R. the backfield. They also had the for the day.Friendship. as the topic songs of the '20s in addition to, by reminding him that he the performance. General ad-
(the ) is not recommending -
California.The Kauffman will mayor
closing on as distinction of playing two teams special musical numbers and mission tickets are 323 available -
Rev. and Mrs. J. C. November 17. The pastor. that were In the state Big Ten Living Picture1 songs. I any punishment and, with at the Stover Theatre boxOffICe
the help of City Attorney O. P.
Baynum have been spendinga is the Reverend High School Conference. They Club Admission is free but, as the ; by writing to Box 1377
week pine seedlings pinus Johnson, he assured the com ,
visiting their son and pastor of the Free lost to Orlando 20-7 but shut out club is self-supporting, a silver ,Stetson University, I:>..Land.F1a. .
available for the first
-are mission that the City Charter
family in Miami Church in Jefferson of Tampa 7-0. Other To Meet ThursdayFriendship :offering will be taktn. The 'Sing : ., or by calling RE4-1136 between -
in quantity from Florida articles
The of Mrs. did not incorporate any
parents French
Florida. teams played that season were Along' is the club's first treas- 3:30 and 5:60: p.m. Monday
George, Mr. and Mrs. ThomasU. Reverend Logan Service nurseries. Titusville 32-0, CocOa 45-6, Club will meet ury-boosting effort this year. of punishment for a commission- through Friday the week ot
Scott, have come from Ark uate of Roberts W. Carl Haines City 6-0, Mulberry 76. Thursday, Nov. 21st, at the Epis- The club is attempting to start er.Hodgins said the performance.
ansas to take up residence lege, North Chili, pastor Members of this outstandingteam copal Church Parish House, a new project at today's regular I very graciously i
here. the members of the that the fault was his and explained Bruce Griffiths Stover Theatre -
and Asbury "Bud" Brinson, 12:30 which starts 10
Ed meeting at a.m.
were p.m.Members
extend special invit- I had not director, said that, becauseof
They in a "If Mr.
are living the Thacker I
. more, Kentucky. An instrumental will be
... Dan Johnston, Marvin Driggers are reminded to group I
-- ,
:;:.0 to everyone to attend been working for me he would ,:, the large demand for tickets,
ing to the Florida Jr., Karl "Dutch" Lorenz, Rob- bring small artificial flowers started for those who get enjoy ,the
services. had best
have been on time. If we remaining seats are
he pastored the Schmidt Bill "Diz" and bottle ment in for fun. Artists
ert "Bobby" caps. Tray favors for ]I
The services will begin each not been late, maybe this turmoil -available for the Wednesday and
PIZZAFREEZETTE dist Church in Perry, Jack Williams, Jack Sunland Training Center will be and virtuosos are welcome but i "I
at 7:30, and on Sun would not have happened. Thursday performances.
Pennsylvania Lorenz R. B. made the who make noise''
morning at 11:00.: The Walker, Fritz by group.Reservations anyone can a .
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,sent pastorate at Methodist Church is lo Rolls, Barlo Tanner, Charles for the luncheon on a whistle, harmonica, sax, j -

City, he was on the corner of Main Criner Edward Morgan, Ken- must be made by Tuesday, Nov. trumpet, violin, drums or any i
DRIVE-IN I First Free Bass Sts. here in Kis- neth Drake, Henry Clark and 19th, with Mrs. Erford Woods kind of instrument is invited to j CARL
of Tampa for six Joe Yates. 847-2769. join the group. |
Spanish classes now are meeting -
at the Youth Center. Inter- !' '

: mediate Spanish class meets on : SCHMIDT
: Mondays and Beginners Spanish ;

class on Fridays, both at 10

a.m.Mrs.. Millie Willsey will instruct -' RAMBLER

the 'Art-for-Fun class I

again this season. Registrations I j
ill.BQueWITH will be accepted at Thursday's' P CIAL I

meeting or by phoning 892-2624. I 1
Rug making-hooked, crocheted -i
,. ,. ,. .
and braided-will be taught- -- -
by Mrs. A. Rising who will also
teach almost kind of needle-
any '
work if requested. Weaving will I SAVINGS ON A 63

be taught by Mrs. Ruth Blanch- I $8 0000 CARL SCHMIDTRAMBLER

ard who instructs during the I
summer at the famous Fenland I

... Fun and fellowship are avail I
able for all young citizens of 50 I

years and over in the Golden I A WIDE SELECTIONOF
Age Club. Membership is free.


Birth Announcement, ALL ON SPECIAL

A baby girl, Kimberly Sue, THIS WEEK AND NEXT.
was born November 10th at the
Orlando Air Force Base HOSPital -
f to rhino and Mrs Kenneth',

& SUN. NOV. 23 > 24 E" child Armstrong.and This sixth is girl the for seventh the j' SEE THE . .

x Armstrongs. : iriinr' '
Mr. Armstrong is retired from: ; CARL SCHMIDTri''j
t the U.S. Navy and operates a
grocery store here in
mee. They reside at KisSim-I'


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-' THE CITY COMMISSION TO SIT Instructed to notify each owner by ioanaar, OMMty Judge of Oweola
Was Oil A Factor? LEGAL HOTICES AS A BOARD OF EQUALIZATION mall of his assessments and the fly .'........ on .
THEKISSiMMEE . TO HEAR PROPERTY OWNERS time and place of the hearing.BE of Det eMer. IMS. btrit l
This Is a public Invitation to purchase IMPROVEMENTS AND THE GIVING that the City Manager shall placeon ancmuy! cmevtor of UM Estate or
GAZETTE by bid a 1949 Ford F-6. 30 OF NOTICE OF SUCH HEARING file In the City Hall for public Sadie I<<. Bn-. ........
r Study Made Of i passenger capacity bus. Serial AS PROVIDED BY LAW. Inspection a set of plans and specifications A.D.s861 day of NoYember.
P HTF 52583332. Motor a7HT230130.Title WHEREAS on October 29. 1963. along with the assessmentroll .
,/ A J.a. H. Perry New.er 2583332.: Bus may be Inspected the City Commission adopted a showing the properties to be a/ E. DALE BRANNON ,.
at the Bus Barn located at the Resolution providing for street Improvements assessed and the amount of each X. Date Brannon. Anciilar
Mary Bryan School site. Klsslmxnee. and levying and collect- assessment and the number of an- B:*.oitar of Uw Estate of
Offices 24.26 Stewart Are. Engine Breakdown :Florida ing special assessments against nual Installments In which the as- Sad* M. ........ deceased
C, CONDITIONS OF SALE: properties specially benefited as sessment is divided. Murray W. Owntreet, Jr.
Telephone 8472881Entered 1. Sealed bids will be publicly follows to-wlt: This Resolution shall take effect Atutragr for Ancillary Executor
O opened at the County School CENTRAL AVENUE-from Sprouleto Immediately upon its adoption. Box 491 K........ Florida
Office, corner of Ernest and Aultman Street. Dated this 19th day of Novem Nov. 2L 38. Dee. 5. 12. id&j ,
Class Mall Matter ST. CLOUD-Only substanti- fell alongside the piston, causingit Thacker: St*.. Kissimmee. at DRURY AVENUE-from Broadwayto ber. A. D. 1963.J. .
aa ated fact about the Enterprise to "freeze" and thus buildsup 10:00 A.M.. Tuesday. Decem- Mitchell Street. ADRIAN BOVTS
Office at Klsslmmee. Fla. 3, Methodists Plan
engine breakdown is the utilities excessive heat. 2. Terms of Sale: CASH. The Avenue to Vernon Avenue ATTEST: -
department has received bills According to the analysis pre purchaser to bind school and Clyde Avenue to Bermuda CHARLES JACKSENCity Special ServiceA
Published Thursdays at Kissimmee, Florida change the color of the Avenue. Manager
from the manufacturer that total sented by the Pure Oil Company bus from National School Bus PENFIELD AVENUE-from Lavon Duly Adopted 19th day of November -
almost $25.000. Reported at lasteek's the deposit on the piston Chrome "Orange." Street to Thacker Avenue. 963.1 special
LEO SCHUMAKER 3. The Board reserves the right Thanksgiving serv-
JACARANDA LANE-from Neptune Nov. 21.28. 1963
commission meeting contained 62 per cent Barium to reject any or all bids and to Drury Avenue. ice will be held at the First
Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION that amount is not the final fig- Phosphorus and Zinc elements In such event. the Board reserves WHEREAS bids for the proposed IN THE COUNTY JUDGES Methodist Church
Sunday morning
ure. For some unknown reason, which are not found in the Bunker the right to negotiate paving construction have been COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY.FLORIDA. '
RATESSix a direct sale. received and tentatively acceptedby at the U a.m. hour with
a local publication using all "C" fuel. These elements "4. Purchaser to assume full responsibility the City Commission thereby NO. 5286. Rev. B. a Williams bringing ,
months. $2.50; one year $4.00; two rears $7.00 sources of information except however occur in lube oil addi- bus from school for property.removing The the paving.establishing exact costs for said SADIE IN RE: M.ESTATE BRANNON.OF Deceased. the message.

4 The Kisslmmee Gazette. Kbsimmee, FUL L.'lJnlJ"'..,.Novell, INS the utility commission has at- tives. Elam said ". . the Board offers no guarantee of NOW THEREFORE BE IT RE- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO The Chancel Choir under the
tempted to minimize the seri- Zinc is put in as an anti-wear condition THE BOARD for the OF vehicle.PUBLIC SOLVED the City by of the Klsslmmee.City Commissionof Florida. MAKE APPLICATION DISCHARGETO FORFINAL direction of Mrs. E. M. Jones.

ousness of the breakdown. additixe." J INSTRUCTION OF OSCB- In lawful session assembled that ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- will sing "Give Thanks"' by Williams. i
At HomeMerchants Representatives of Pure Oil Commissioner Louis Berson OLA COUNTY. the City Commission sit as a Boardof CERN: .
Shop Company suppliers of Bunker attempted to the delegationto Secretary A Superintendent Equalization to hear property
get owners to be assessed regarding that E. Dale Brannon has filed his At the Sunday evening servo
"C" (No. 6) fuel for the electric place blame on the lube oil Nov. 2l. 1963 said assessments and feasibility final report as ancillary executorof ice, held at 7 p.m., Emory Miles
the Estate of Sadie M.
thereof at 8:00 P.M.
their wares plant diesel engines made a and thus indirectly on the en- RESOLUTION December 3. 1963. at the on City Hall. deceased; that he has filed petition will sjflg "Not Understood" by
are busy putting on display flat categorical statement that gine construction which permitted 14C3A BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED for final discharge and that he Houghton.'WHERE'S .
for the Christmas shopper and the sounds of Christmas the fuel was not responsible for the lube oil to work its way : RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOP. that the City Manager be hereby will apply to the Honorable O. P.

music already fills the air, even though Thanksgiving the Enterprise engine break- into the combustion chamber.
down.R. None of the oil company repre-
: is just around the corner. M. Wilson, the oil com- sentatives would make a com-

Residents of Kissimmee and Osceola County should pany's wholesale department mitment.

make it a point to shop for their Christmas merchan- manager S. E. division, engi- Commissioner Joe Bowman
neer Bill Elam. and salesman pointed out that the Enterprise
and real campaign to
dise in local stores put on a
John Smith were invited by the Company since the engine
keep dollars at home. utilities commission to attend breakdown has advised the use

This. hould be a practice all year long not just at last week's meeting. of a specific type lube oiL. VPii1

Christmas time. How many times have you heard, Meanwhile preliminary re- Mayor Fred Ford asked act-
ports from the Enterprise Co. ing supt Ed Winnie who rec-
attempted to put on a
when sponsoring agency
some have implied that the fuel was ommended the type lube oil

show or event, that someone was against it because responsible for the engine fail used in the Enterprise engine.

the agency,would take a certain amount of money ure.Basis Winnie replied ". . It was

out of town. It is not a new story but each of us as for the Pure Oil Com worked up between Enterprise
pany's position is a group of the consulting engineer and the
individuals are guilty of the practice. analysis made by an "independent" oil company . Enterprise saidit

Every dollar spent in issimmee helps the com laboratory. Various samples met" their specifications . .

munity. And eventually some of it gets back to the of fuel were used includingoil did not recommend. any partic-
from storage tanks bottomsof ular brand.
schools for
form another. Better
spender in some or ,
storage tanks and samplesof Wilson praised the plant oper- '

instance.On both after centrifuging. ation and said, ". . specimensof 1Lw :. ___ <

the other hand, every dollar spent outside the Samples of No. 2 oil (a re- centrifuged fuel shows the 1

that much. fined oil that is also used in the plant is doing an excellent job
county helps area just as .
engine), unused lube oil and of centrifuging.
So when you are making up your Christmas list used lube oil from the crank- In his report to the commission -

make it a point to include a promise to buy at home. case were also analyzed. Winnie stated that the En- ,

You will actually be saving money in the long run. Wilson said the sampling and terprise Company Is making an
subsequent analysis of all the allout cooperative effort to get

oils was used to determine the engine running again and at

whether "each separately or in the same time determine the I

Look Mom-No Hands! conjunction contributed to the cause of breakdown. He told the o ,
deposit on the top and lip of a commission that he hopes to Y '
piston." Wilson theorized that a have the engine on the line
In didn't know the is back. Ifl1 1Ju \
case you player piano piece of the deposit broke off "sometime next week."

And, just as it did 30 years ago, it is arousing the excitement - -- --- ) -

of young and old, since anyone can produce live .

music with professional flare and assurance on the pi Hudson Accuses R'' {

anola.tain But of this the very piano ease teachers and excellence of today, is just disturbing as it distressed to cer- Ford of Attack ::::::2:

their predecessors of the twenties. Now, as then, some :

are fearful that this automation of the Muse will de- ST. CLOUD CommissionerJohn to them by implication using
B. Hudson' accused Mayor some of the following remarks:
stroy the desire to learn and the will to practice and ,
Fred Ford, at last week's city -Any statement repeated often
reduce the youth of our generation to merrily pumping ,commission meeting, of employ- enough is believed. i

out music rollsby the masters of classics and bebop in- ing an old military tactic "The -The best defense... is an of-
discr nina rely. -* < H best) defense is an attack," and : *w .
fense.Dtvlde -.
.jhenf( usingthe; same strategy, end conquer! ;* ;; ;
air *" -
There is'
difference however between
important proceeded to level an attack Develop a smoke screen .( a': <
the player piano of then and now that immediatelycomes against the Mayor that lasted 40 while you take over. - 'I' \

to mind. And that is that the new models may be minutes. -In Iron Curtain countries 1a :: r

Ford placed a motion on the these things are carried out by ... \
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well that
played manually as as so a ; t
floor under old business for the the machine gun and torture of ':c..
single Listrument serves the virtuoso and the youngster $
censure of Hudson. The'same mo- families. ...
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who is 1 earning scales, the ungifted and unschooled with tion at a previous meeting two Hudson accused Ford and t .::. ,:. ,. ......
equal brilliance. weeks ago frayed tempers to a friends of character assasssina- :>"""

point where Hudson, joined by tion but further along in his talk
More to and ambitious however
significant eager parents, -
Commissioners Virgil Brooks and he did a bit of his own. He accused i _.
is the word of Morton Gould famous American ,'.
; Charles Hodgins walked out of one of the men, circulating \ ;j ;?

artist-composer, that the player piano is a help rather the meeting.In the recall petition of being an '..

than a hindrance to the youthful piano student. A player his introductory remarksthe ex-member of the old Pendergast M
said he would set
he says, actually "stirs a child's appetite by letting aside mayor rules of procedure which machine language; to another a "double of using amputee"at rough ->.K':<;'" -

him see how he should play, and hear how he could banned the person involved from a commission meeting; and

sound. Plain curiosity and competitiveness will impell participating in the discussion or implied a scandal in the Utili-

him to practice" says Mr. Gould who speaks from per- :voting on the question and give ties Commission.
the persons involved (Hudson and
sonal experience.The Brooks) the greatest amount of Hudson waved a published copy

player, he says, will never replace the music latitude and allow them to speakin of a list ?f reasons given to support
the recall as he took each
teacher, but it dramatizes three points that are difficultfor their own behalf. item one at a time.
Hudson used the 40 minutes to
the teacher to impress on young students-the "rela speak about a petition to recall He denied that he played any

tionship between key and pitch," visual sense of "play- him that is circulating around St. part in attempting to fire city

the entire keyboard" and of Cloud rather than defend himself officials soon after he took office.At .
ing across an understanding this Commissioner Ruth '

"the musical phrases that make up a composition." motion against for the censure.specifications in. the Ferro shook point her head in disagreement MY NEWSPAPER ?

But there is one important point Mr. Gould fails to He said the "censure business"was and Hudson said "Mrs. .,

mention: The youngsters had better have their innings a climax to eight months of Ferro head I wish"you wouldn't shake ;:,

with the new piano before Daddy gets home. Then it's persecution by the mayor and your On parking so.meters he said all ,"
that it was forerunner to the '
going to be his turn and Mother's and Grandma's and recall petition. he wanted was the ordinance en-

Grandpa's to act like kids and relive the dreams that Running the gamut of familiar forced for all. He said he opposed When is often than
Hudson said an investigation of the police a newspaper missing, more not, a man will .say. ,
actually "making" music can conjure up. phrases :, among

"For," as the poet prophesied so long ago, "The night many against things him, that were the campaigners using out-- broad department enough.because it was not ."Where's my newspaper?" nM Y,.' not LIthe! YouVe heard him say. many

shall be filled with music/And the cares, that infest the methods of military and Hudson did admit that he : "
times: "Now, my newspaper said . "I I read in my paper. .
dayShall fold their tents, like the ArabsAnd as political science. walked out of meetings and said

silently steal away." Alluding to an assortment of the last meeting from which he

totalitarian leaders past and and two other commissioners A man's possessive about his newspaper. He takes pride in it. He gloats when
present Hudson compared Ford Walked OUt Of Was disgra fuL

his newspaper praises his favorite political candidate or sports team. Or, he

Bulldogs Beat Report Given On Will M. CampbellDies groans when his newspaper differs with his choice of personalities or issues.

FDC Meeting On SundayWill He'll even write the editor when he feels strongly about a difference of opinion.

Ocoee 260ST.
By Communities such as Kissimmee Marion Campbell 66 of

can do much to get indus- Kenansville passed away suddenly And, his wife feels just'about the same. She looks forward to reading her pet
trial payrolls simply by looking early Sunday apparentlyof

CLOUD Army ( rowe, slashed through the offensiveline around at what they have Fred natural causes, according to features. Missing out on some ad or choice item of local news could "ruin" her
McDaniel. manager of the Coroner Henry Thompson of St
ably supported by Oscar Sim. to throw Ocoee backs for a
mons and Butch Wright domi. Chamber of Commerce here, Cloud. shopping trip or leave her feeling left out during the chitchat aver the bridge
loss.St. said after returning from a Florida A native of Eau Gallic, he
nated last week's game between Cloud completed only two
Development Commission had been a resident of Osceola
St Cloud and Ocoee. The Bull- passes out of 11 attempts but
meeting in Sebring.The County most of his life.
dogs racked up 26 points while they accounted for 104 yards. As
FDC session was entitled He was a member of the
holding the Cardinals scoreless.An usual slow in :
the Bulldogs were
"Operation Can Do," and dealt Lakeview Baptist Church,. Ken- ,. r- Both and want their In fact insist k.
exciting exhibition of broken starting but increased the tempoas men women newspaper. they on They are
with the problems of small communities : = ansville. .
field running by Crowe the .
re- game progressed.Final in attracting industry. Survivors include four daugh- sorely disappointed and disturbed when their isn't the front
sulting in a 76 yd. touchdown game of the season traditional newspaper on step
Besides Me Daniel those at- ters, Mrs. Frances Godwin Fort
was the play that stirred and tilt with the Kissimmee
tending the meeting from Osceo Pierce; Mrs. Judy Lambert when Ask tell because he
warmed the loyal fans most dur- Kowboys will be played awa> they want it. any carrier boy. He can you, hears aoout
la County included Fred Ford KenansviUe; Mrs. Addle Denmark -
ing the frigid evening.In from home tomorrow night (Friday .
mayor; Gordon Dawson manager Valdosta Georgia and it if a delivery is late or missed.
addition to gaining a totalof ) at 8 pan.Green .
of the Chamber: of Commerce Mrs. Ruby Meddlers, Yeehaw
137 yards out of St Cloud'stotal
; and Sheldon Hill all of Junction. Two sons, Albert

key passes of 200; one Crowe scored threw and two the Clovers St. Cloud. Campbell and Harold Campbell This loyalty to a favorite newspaper didn't just happen. It came about becausethe
Me Daniel said the FDC rep both Eau Gallic. One sister.

other Wright set scored up touchdowns a touchdown.on a Held MeetingsThe resentatives said small commu- Mrs. Sadie Grantham. Okeecho- newspaper is localized to meet a particular want and fill a definite need.
nities can help themselves by bee. Also 11 grandchildren and
one-yard plunge and a 10-yard
industries great grandchl1dren.
assisting existing

run.maining Ray TD Hyder on a made 43 yard the pass.re- Clovers newly 4H Club formed held its Green sec grow by creating "home grown" 2 Funeral o'clock services at were the held Lakeview at ,",-$-' -f:And, because the.newspaper is viewed as a necessary companion end source
industries; and by seeking small Tuesday - r
for Crowe points completed after touchdown.2 out of 4 kicks ond fields meeting home on at November Debra Brunv 6, branches of bigger industries. Baptist Church> with the 1 _*bf i mfermation, it makes a big difference in the lives of people, of oN

They were told. Me Daniel reported Rev. M. M. Martin officiating.
Bulldogs defense was like a with Eleven members present. Interment followed in the church faiths end political preferences of all levels of
brick wall when the chips were Since sewing will be the not to compete with big income and education,
cities for big industries.Of cemetery. Grissom Funeral
first project the club decidedto
down. Ocoee's young fast team, Home in
was charge of.arrangements.
decorate cigar boxes and
mostly juniors and sophomores !;?*
made 10 first downs while St. use them for sewing boxes. 80 utl isms operating in the _

Cloud cameup with'only 7 first The next meeting was held sutrifeern states nine are located THE KISSIMMEE GAZETTE
downs. Each time the Cardinals November 20 at the home of In Florida converting pulpwood Plants pines In Florida for profIt. -

threatened Bulldog defende Dee Morris. I Into po3f paper or ccBulooc, Ask your farm forester.


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I The Kissimmee Gazette,_ Klsstmmee, Fhu, UMTS., Nov. 21, Met 5
School ., .,
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: ,, YF q 7 Chicken, Bee, Turkey

Open House Successful'By I dd Pot Pies II' SA1I.

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PEGGY BRADBURY j j for the train. I i There were very few people In Pies .
Principal Louis Feurstein term i I When we go on the train itj I the train that I was sitting in. bPLPL\1ik' SIRLION FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND
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ed Open House at our school a1+ seemed like we had already It was air conditioned. It was '
"tremendous success." He stated walked to Orlando. On the way.I too much noise in the train. II i STOCK UP EARLY
that it was gratifying to see the I saw cars that had circus pic-1 you were me you would have had { All Stores Will Be Steaks 88
large number of parents and tures on the cars. I saw beau-1 as much fun as I had. LB ,
friends visiting teachers in the tiful trees. I saw other beautiful -' We came back at 2:30. There ) 1y i CLOSEDTHANKSGIVING
rooms at all three buildings. things. When we got at the I was not much work to be done. i F-BONE
Refreshments were served by I station in Orlando, Bus 12 picked I'.i Our Train Trip- i
L P-TA members. I us up and we started on our By Cathy HenneeyYesterday ;
A train trip from Kissimmee,,way back to the school. we went on a train 5 I* So That Our Employees Con Steaks 98
to Orlando was an exciting experience i On our way back we sang=!I I) trip. We went to Orlando on a O0fl OR ,Enjoy The Holiday With Family. r LB. ,
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for members of Mrs.!II[songs. We sang Happy Wanderi train. We came back: on a bus.
Mary Frances Prather and Mrs.I i jer, Found a Peanut, I've Been;i We got tickets first. Then we Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good thru Nov. 23rd
Ardath Seyler's third year rooms.I:(Working on the Railroad Go got on the train. When we got WINN.DIXIE STONES, INc:. -COPYKICHT- IMS CHUCK
The group was accompanied by!I Tell Aunt Rhodie, Get on Board, i into the train we went into the REG. COPELAND CHIPPED
Mrs. Iris Larson, Mrs. Barbara i Are You Sleeping, Brother John? i diner to look. The conductor said Roast 48
t Lupfer, Mrs. Nelda Tarcai, and I,I[Then we stopped singing. After we were going to Orlando. LB. ,
Mrs. Pat Walker. Here are i;awhile we were at our school. I The pullman said, "Don't you .
some firsthand impressions of 1 I'Then we got off Bus 12 and said I want to go to Orlando?" II
the trip. j'thank you to the driver and went 1 I I said, "Yes." 1 1I Beef PKG. 19 BEEF SHORT
My First Train Ride- into our school room. I like to go to Orlando on a
By Cheryl I Ann Howard Our Train Trip- train very much. We went into Ribs. 3 8
I When we had to step on the By Jimmy Gill the lounge, too. LB. ;
train I just about fell I am I I When we were going to the It was my first time on a train: .
sure everyone enjoyed the ride. train station, we had our own and it was fun to look out. It is
I fun. fun. It did not LEANER, FRESHER GROUND, 100% PURE BEEF ,
It was my first time to ride on a 1 I ticket for the ride. It cost 28 very Very :
train. There was a little thing i[cents to get on. The train went take much time to get there but_
on the seat that you pulled and i[i to Orlando to drop us out. We it was fun and I liked it. And I I Gr. lB. ."
the seat goes back. Janice and!i,came back on a school bus. i I bet you like to go on a train, Beef 5 PKG. $19BI
I watched the train change The pullman car was the fourthcar. I too. I
tracks. We saw a circus along We passed the Strates Show. : A Train Trip- W-D BROAD BREASTEDTURKEYS I M
the railroad tracks. We saw a There were many, many thingsto I By Elaine Perry I 1\- J 'iil1IT"i .
big lumber mill. I fell asleep on see. You should have seen j I I We went to the train station!
the train. We saw a Standard the circus trains. There were i and bought our own ticket. We:
Filling Station. This is all I saw two classes going. When we'I'I,I saw the diner car lounge car, I
I but I enjoyed it very much. I came back we sang songs on the I and pullman car. We saw the I 550 Extra Top Value StampsWITH
and conductor. We went
saw my aunt's house. !bus.There I j porter THiS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
to Orlando on the train and saw!
My Train Ride- were _about 50 cars on
I I the Strates Show. We back ON. 2.L8, "KG. PAN-REDI
By Karen Gainer I the train. About 60 kids were came ;
Yesterday November 6, we there. It took 30 minutes to get I Dn the bus. There was some passengers 17 TO 24 LBS. ; 10 TO 16 LBS. ., Breaded Shrimp
took a train ride. We left our I there. We went there after on the train. We had eOOO THRU NOVEMBER HMD
i room a few minutes after we I lunch. I had so much fun that'! fun on the train. s AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
got back from lunch. We went I j I didn't want to leave. We gave i'I We passed another train. The S
behind another class. When we',the porter our ticket. There were I train was air conditioned. I I s '
got at the train station we got!I lots and lots of houses and trees. I wish we could have come back 35 39PLUS ,
i our ticket. Then we had to wait I The lounge is where__ you _eat.It's on the train. We sang songs on I -i
I the bus. The seats were very
soft. The train did not blow the 50 Extra Top Value Stamps
horn. I wondered why it did not
{ fast. I it was be- "A"
go very guess ; 70C
close to Orlandobut
I do not know if I am really ; Buy both items . circle t the price you Hush Puppies
I right or not. FROZEN paid for the W-D BRAND TURKEY on .
BROAD BREASTED cash register tape and mail this along with
Mrs. Mary Dyal's fourth grade the Better Packaging Label from the ANY WINNDIXIEsz
TraditionalThe is painting a mural of the places lid flop of 18" wide HEAVY DUTY
I and children they are reading ALCOA WRAP.
about in geography. : Send For You Refund of 70< To ALCOA
familiar expression, "Your wish is A terrarium has been built by # WRAP BOX 4363. CLINTON, IOWA. WmLwWmLw I -
command "is of Mrs. Sue Stephen's fifth grade .. ,
our an apt "
-I our efforts to follow the family's wishesin I students. A sillouhette of all of .. 50 Extra Top Value Stamps
the children were made and dis- ,'- - 'ilW -'- JJII'' IIIIW _. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
in the funeral service .,,,, ,,,
conducting ; played on the board for Open lili TIliW)!>.11': ''*''' : -'-; --- -

Riedel service has traditionally been ,House. Fresh Flo. Gr. "A" LargeEGGS S All Flavors Superbrand Enchilada FROZEN PATIO
MEMBER, centered around the family's wishes. Mrs. Grace Johnston's fifth
TILE ORDt4of grade has done some art workon TMftU NOVEMBER 11 HO
wtaoLctw the Thanksgiving theme. The i AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
anti covers were used for booklets. r Ice Cream 5:
The class is practicing writing ss _
III R.IEDEL a poem, "The Pilgrims," whichis sx
related in historical form. i

24 Hour 5i: zoIzat:9lonze.: ,..: : Donna Peeler left 1bs1cl togo -
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igf 1ands.
AAUJ.ANCf IO7: EMMETT ..STREET: ,'_. S ... .. 49
(RvtCt RISSIMMEE!" _FLORIDA, .--:-a: The toys a.nd<"girls in!.Mrs. .t'2 DOZ. $1 ':(- HALF J WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
Johnson's class were expressing :i',." Superb .. GAL: ; r-- lt
themselves about things they i i TreadN.p n Pie

1 Phont. : were thankful for. One said, .. .. .
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"My home. Another said. "Free- rt :I p. t "} > 'Z &,, : ::><' ,".' .; .' " "N',:: !" . 'u '. < :'. "-;
dom. And another child said, u AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
"I thankful I finished S4
am "am SAVE 10K2 EA. . MINOT CRANBERRY Limit 2 with $5. food order
i ir with my arithmetic.
1- s The combined fifth and sixth
grades of Mrs. Sadie Reece is I' Sauce..225SAVE
correlating art and social studies ,
by drawing their concept of an GenuTne Authentic
irrigation system when viewed I
-- from the air. 30* EACH . Limit 1 with $5.00 food order.

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I! SAVE 10* EACH DOLE PINEAPPLE Limit 2 please.

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I Juice 46-0L CAN 25'

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6 KlMlmmre Gazette. KUshnmce. Fla., Thore., Nov. 21. 1GS I Y I wb Missionary RallyTo Michael T. Kroell

IT_ ..- . ....-,. ..:"...4 Be Held MondayA Ends TrainingMichael
Future HomemakersElect Stores Announce : \
I Missionary Rally will be T. KnxH 18, son .';
OfficersThe Christmas ScheduleSix 1 held at the Free Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Jota T. Kroelj!J o:

clothing merchants have' e rr Church Monday, November 25, 501 Poinsettia Lane, Kissimme
following girls were elected r was graduated Oct. 18 from rc>
decided at 7:00 p.m. The special speakerwill
upon a schedule for the
to serve officers of the ti.
omit tninfac at the Na. _
holiday season. I be Gordon Bell Free Meth-
Future Homemakers of Americaat '- r -
The following stores will remain II i odist Missionary to India. He Training Cotter Great Lake::
Osceola High School for the
I III. where he served as a pUtoor
will show colored slides of the
open Fridays November!
year 1963-64; Catherine Sabetto 4 7C&I. I
leader and held the
29, December 6-13 and all week} I missionary work of the Free! temporarrate
president Linda
: Rogers, vice
before Christmas : I Methodist Church in India. of recruit petty. officer turs'
president: Polly Thicker, secre- 1 I class.
tary; Leslie Gift, treasurer; Monday, December 23 until 8:30-1! \_ I I Everyone is invited to attend
Nancy Speirs, historian and Ros- p.m. I i this service. The Free Methodist He was given charge of the
lyn Goold. parliamentarian.The They are Goold's Department Church of Kissimmee is locatedat company in the absence of .''>
Store Herzberg's, Ingram's SY the corner of Main and Bass company commander' and was
FHA meetings are held Style Shop, Lucille's, Persons, Sts. responsible for the order an 3
every other Thursday of the Inc., and Shore's Men's Wear. I discipline of men.
month with business meetingsand He was chosen on the basis e;
programs designed for thegirls' i Legion AuxiliaryTo initiative leadership abihu: ::Ir''
enjoyment.A Nazarenes To pearance and attention to duf>,
.s- ..' ... .Jiii BROWNIE CEREMONYThe new Brownies from the Meet At NoonThe
coke party was held the second Hear Guest SpeakerRev.
week of school to acquaintthe DEMONSTRATES. Earl Lau was the guest speakerat second and third grades held an investiture ceremony at executive committee and Christian Science

girls with FHA membership.It . John Hall and family will the general meeting of the Kissimmee Garden Club the Youth Center Tuesday afternoon. Those taking partin members of the American Legion Society
was attended by 75 girls. be the special guests at the the ceremony were, front row left to right Kathy Auxiliary will meet Thursdaynoon
afternoon when they met at the Each W.d. 8 .
On Saturday, October 26, the Church of the Nazarene on Sun- Tuesday CommunityHouse. Summerall Susan Lane Coleen Phillips,Janet McWhirter, November 21, at the Le- p.m.
Kissimmee Chapter was the day, November 24th. and Rev. She is shown above as she demonstrates how to gion Home. 309 N. Randolph
hostess dub for the district S Hall will be the special speakerat make attractive table decorations for the Christmas sea- Michelle Woods and Nona Robbins. Back row, Debbie Each one is to bring a sand- Sunday Srvkt 11 a.m.
convention. The meeting was heldin the 11:00 o'clock worship hour son. (Photo by Eby) Cordon Theresa Sabbetto Helenr fford, Karen wich. Coffee will be served. Sunday School 9:30 ajn.
the Tupperware auditorium and the 7:30 evangelistic services. Schmack, Lynn Hughes Sharon Hunter Joy Miller and - -

with 600 girls present, attending The Hall family left Cuba after Lei Ann Tyner. (Photo by Eby)

Cocoa from ,Vero Melbourne Beach, Okeechobee St. Cloud, the present Hall regime to took the states over and to Thataway AN INVITATION TO
Rev. came
Eau Gallic and others. establish a missionary work in P-TAs Held Open I Harry N. Karnes

girls For are a Christmas planning to project help the the Miami among the exiled Cubans. Winter Residents House At SchoolsDuring Succumbed SundayHarry HUNT BROS.

"Toys for Tots Foundation," The Nazarenes across the world

which is sponsored by the Fire are stirving to raise the greatest Open House, sponsored Norwood Karnes, 86, of

Department of Kissimmee. missionary offering ever raised. Continue To Arrive bv the Parent-Teacher Association 10 N. Dillingham Ave. Kissimmee WESTCLOX TIME CENTER

of the Kissimmee Elementary died Sunday morning.
I School, parents visited in Born in Elk City, Pa. hej I
By Betty Eby tin Kissimmee. the rooms, spoke with children's moved to Kissimmee in 1947))

HIGH FUEL BILLfi Edith the Wetander Kissimmee has Motor returnedto Court i| Rev. and Mrs. W. Carl Beat- teachers and saw their chil- upon his retirement from the - - ," . ,' -
|ty plan to spend Thanksgiving dren's work displayed. New York Central Railroad. Hewas I
from her summer home at 'w.sr:: : f .4 ix: \NETCLOX: : '
with her relatives in Far-
in .
make [ Refreshments were a member of the Christian - --
M 'K you Kirkwood, Illinois. ,'Imington, Georgia. each school during the evening. Church at Beaver.. Pa. and the I
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Young
John Cadel was back in the Hostesses at Emma Yowell were Orange Blossom Lodge 80 F.
hit the ceiling have arrived from Amanda, :I went hunting with a group of Mrs. Orville Porter and Mrs. Ez- and A.M. of Kissimmee. ..

l lI Ohio.Mrs. local men. He has missed the zie Turvin. Hostesses at Mary Survived by his wife Robertaof
H. H. Ladson has returned -
weekend when he
harness last Mrs. Dale Buttle- J. Nor-
s one son
Bryan were I 1
I 11 CEILING HOT WHEN YOU to her home in Orange past several years due to illness man, Mrs. Duncan McFarland,I. wood Karnes of Beaver, Pa.; j' '
Gardens after spending the
I HIT IT? THEN YOU HAVE at Rockville Mary- [ so it seemed doub- Mrs. Gene Sparkman and Mrs. daughters, Mrs. Mary Kathern I 3
summer i ly good to know that he is Louis Fcwerstein. At Central McBride, New Brighton, Pa., i,
I it AN ORDINARY HEATER! land. week I i back in the groove. School, Mrs. Edward Partin Mrs. Della Foester, West Criester '!
The birthday list this '
_... includes York Lib Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eng- Mrs. J. J. Flannagan Mrs. Pa., Mrs. Lydia Johnston,
'w. Jimmy ,
'!'- )s .Ali;;.'. :' lander are leaving this weekto Frank Kelley, Mrs.: Chet Kil- Maitland and Mrs. Arnetta Bai-
Dillard Lucille Squires Donna I '
,i/'v spend several weeks visiting
i4 i-': coyne and Mrs. George Reynoldswere ley of Kissimmee; half sisters,
Jones Susan Marshall
i< children in Maryland
: hostesses.The Mrs. Eva Warner, McKees Port,
Frances Johnson, Agnes Can-" New
New Jersey and Open House meeting was Pa., Mrs. Viola Airey, Aspen-
ale, Sara Jane Schmidt, Tom-
York. Education wall Pa. 8 and twelvegreat
held during American ; grand
my Haye Frfcticis Murray, Joe Parrish, his wife Pat,
Harry Doran, Mary Strick- I and poodle movedup Week. great grandchildren. BABY BEN keywound alarm. NEW TOURAlARM. High styled
Hill W E. two sons Funeral services were held in travel need at low, low price.
land Emma Jane World's most popular alarm
from Miami to ,
recently the Chapel of the Riedel Funeral -
Y Pound Newman Case features rich pebble
R Ken Delia gramfinish.
make their home in Kissi- Blossom clock. Quiet tick. Shatterproof
Home with
Samuel, Dick Tindall, Judy of Orange Polished gold color fittings
mmee. Joe is the manager BPW CLUBS 80 giving full Masonic Rites. crystal. Adjustable loud-soft
and bezel. Bell alarm with
Acree Pete Lee, Dan Johns Schmidt Rambler. from 1) alarm. winds both
Carl (Continued page Single key
The Body was forwarded to
} convenient side shut off. Raised
ton Lois Grissom, Jack kicked

time and alarm.Cushioned base.
final rites and
Beaver Pa. for
Hilda Ivey, Nelson Mak- off the hunting season by Thus becoming better acquainted the Riedel Funeral Sweep alarm indicator. Solid gold color numerals, luminous
inson Jr., Mary Rogers, Marty spending a few days at J. W. through association. and under interment by brass trim and keys. 3%" high. dial and hands. Shatterproof
Tindall, Kim Smith John Kelley's camp in Gulf Hammock standing. Home. crystal; sweep alarm indicator
Spencer, Victoria Sabetto, near Inglis. They in- Since Kissimmee has officially The Woman's Christian Tem
George Mears Gary Reasner, cluded Dick Davis, Clyde Bass been named the Kow Kapitolof perance Union will hold its regular ONLY $798 ONLY $598
Lois Larder, A. W. Graessle. Don Dulgar, AI Hammond, Florida the name registration monthly meeting at the First
Ann Lawrence, James Earle Kelley, Happy McLaughlin plates were rodeo hats cut from Baptist Church, in the educational -
Lupfer. Best wishes to eachof Pat Lalley and Tom Smith. paper on which the individual building, upstairs in Adult

you. The Walter Marters of North names were written. Ten of the Room No.1. on Thursday, November -I -- - --, -
The annual Hometown picnic I Augusta, South Carolina will Kissimmee members were dress- 21st, 1963 at 7:30 p.m. I ':; tJS: CjL \N, S"'C'OX:
for Florida residents who j send the Thanksgiving holidays ed in Rodeo apparel. These 10 .
; The Reverend H. L. Yates, pas - -
r were formerly from Bedford, Miss Isabel Bartholomew
I : with Walt's mother, Mrs. were tor of the Seventh-Day Adventist
Ohio was held Sunday at Mrs. Canale' Airs. Sybil
r 'k Elsie Grigsby and the Bob Agnes ''Church is guest speaker.All .
i Lakeland. Those attendingfrom Carte, Mrs. Margaret Goodell;
teenagers adults are
0 Kissimmee were Mrs. N. Ebys.Mrs.. Wilbur St. Clair left Mrs. Vida Gould Mrs. Avis Grif-'I'cordially invited.
9 Kr Ray Carroll Mr. and Mrs. last weekend to attend a National fen, Mrs. Jewell Meyers, Mrs. ..
John Carroll, Mr. and :Mrs. Plastic Show at Chicago.She Frances Muench, Mrs. Virginia '
Roy Greenough, Mr. and Mrs. will spend the Thanks- Rote, andMrs.. Theta Rupert.It .
George Bast and Miss Mary giving holidays visiting relatives gave a fiesta air to the occasion 9- 1 r

Scarff. near there. and three members from sSPUR
never waste Mrs. Kathryn Roe is show- Paul Sanborn, former manager [Kissimmee were winners of door I
JelIE...LEFI heat on the ing some imrovement after of the Chamber of Com- prizes. l
having teen ill for three The club was indebted to the A
HEATERS ceiling or out merce, and his wife were pictured i
GAS HOME weeks. of the Junior
the chimneyIt in a double page spreadin Harlequinnaders
Rev. Henry T. Roe of Orlando Life lastweek.publicizfing Division of the Footlight Theater
and Rev.. T. J. Spier of Cape Coral. Guild for the planned entertain-
pays for Itself with the fuel It saves I Atlanta were recent guests of men t immediately following

Mr. and Mrs. Archie Roe, I lunch. Three numbers were giv-I i ($ 1

We don't blame you for hitting the ceiling if you con- 1702 Janet Street Barbecued Chicken en by this group of entertainers.One NEW STANTON Wall
heat don't The SIEGLERGas Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Phil was a monologue with a render
tinually pay you get new Smartest luncheon or dinter alarm. Mod- in tec-
ScheduledThe keywound Clock. Stunning appeal
lips and Mrs. Betty McGarrof Dinner hand puppett, another was by two Central Florida DtlyM'
Home Heater wrings the heat from the gas flame, bona in
: Ft. Lauderdale were recent girls, Dot and Dash, who gaveus family konor j w gnettt ern square metal case. Heavily tone bronze finish, highlights
then pours out SUPER FLOOR HEAT. With a guests of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Episcopalians will again some words of wisdom, and I .yon. by bringing them. It Skis truly coated luminous dial and handsare gold colored Federal-type design -
SIEGLER, you can expect undreamed of heating comfort serve a barbecued chicken din- the third was by three boys unique dining room.PT.. easily read at night. Center ;, on metal cose. Mounts
no over-heated ceilings and low, low fuel bills. So Roe.Roy ner Saturday night with serviceto I alarm indicator. Rush wait. 9" diam
and Judy Jones have known as the Bold Toreador Act .- 1f.e W:: sweep Single agoifttt
don't hit the ceiling .hit your Siegler dealer for a hot entered Oklahoma State Techat fit any desire. The third district meeting will C 1t = a.w key winds both time and alarm. eter. A stirring feature in any

demonstration! Okmulgee, Oklahoma for Not only will the dinners be be held at the Robert Meyer] .Bci1 ] I Bell alarm. 4H" high. room.
the Fall term. Judy is taking served at the Episcopal Parish Hotel in Orlando on February 9, 1tW./
a secretarial course and Roy House but will be delivered or 1964, with the Orlando Club as ..De Bart., ONLY $498 ONLY $695
.. ....
Appliance repair. box suppers can be picked up at the hostess club. I. s. -ar-

PARKS FURNITURE CO. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wade the Jaycee Chuck Wagon whichwill

af Leesburg, formerly of Kissi location be downtown.For parked at. a convenient INTRODUCING THE DEPENDABLES FOR '64.-s._ ...- - .- .
mmee, visited Mrs. A. M. McCauley --
KISSI I I M MEE ST. CLOUD. and spent the afternoon delivery customers are.
inquiring about old asked to call Mrs. Stoddard a.

friends.Mr. I 847-2801 or the parish bouse, 847 t

WE HAVE BOTH GAS AND and Mrs. James Crandall 2009.Chickens
can also be purchase!I
have returned to their
in bulk four halves for $3.00.
I home in Bethesda, Maryland 'I! "L ,
I after sending several weeks either at the parish house or a1 t .., ',' 'f.- .
the chuck wagon. The dinners
with all of the trimmings wfl i I i '
be JL25.

The following merchants will remain open Esther Circle Held :

November MeetingThe

Fridays, November 29, December 6-13 and all
November meeting of th

Esther Circle of the First Unite
e week before Christmas, including Monday, December Presbyterian the home of Church Mrs. was Harold held M a ,r

Wells, 1627 Catherine Street will]

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, Klssimmee Gazette Klsstmmee, }la., 'J"hvL. Nov. M, .1968 7


Minimum BOAT FOR SALE-16 fibre- LEGAL December. 1963. will be entered against you for the Gayferd. deceased
charge up NOTICES Dated this 31st day of October. relief demanded in the Complaint. Murray W. Overstreet. Jr.

to 15 words....................75c glass, offshore type wide 1963.'s WITNESS my hand as Clerk of Attorney for Exewrtrlx
deep safe. Side curtains, back- REALTORAMAFOR J[N THE COURT OF THE COUNTY / RAY said Circuit Court of Osceola Box 458Ktesiraraee.
Each additional word.... 5c New convertible and JUDGE OSCEOLA COUNTY. Clerk of Circuit Court. County. Florida. and the seal of Florid
top I STATE OF FLORIDA Osceola County. Florida said Court
Kisslmmee. Osceota Nov. 121.<< 28, Dee. 5. 1968
Classified Display new battery. 35 HP electric J tN[ RE: ESTATE OF (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) County Florida on this the 12tn
(Boxed inch.$1.10 IDA MAY CLARK Oct. 31. Nov. 7. 14. 21. 1963 cay of November A.D. 1963.S .
) starting Evinrude and trailer.
Deadline for all Classified 847-4361 after 5 p.m. or Sat- XOTICE OF FILING PETITIONFOR NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Clerk of the Circuit PRINTING can the Gazette office -
Advertising 5 P.M. Tuesday urday. ANCILLARY EXECUTOR TO ALL WHOM IT FLORIDA 84T-81.
prior to publication. r----1 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN MAY\ CONCERN: (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) - 0
TWO FURNISHED HOMESIN that I have filed my final return as NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' Thacker and Thacker .
FOR RENT Ancillary Executor of the estate of that pursuant to the 'Fictitious Attorneys for Plaintiff STOVES WR1GAYOei
CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING Ida May Clark. deceased; that Ihave Name statute." Section: 865.OS of Kisslmmee. Florida
Or ORANGE GARDENS filed my petition for dIstribu- the 1941 Florida Statutes. the undersigned Nov. 14. 21. 28. Dec. 5.' 1963
RATES I tion and for final discharge and who are the only parties USED
FOR RENT-Trailer for that December 11. 1963. I will
spaces on l interested in the hereinafter IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
Phone 847.2881 rent. Private property. Peaceful apply to the Honorable O. P. John:named business enterprise will present COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. FURNITURE
son. County Judge of Osceola !
proof of publication of this FLORIDA.NO. Sawoll-Thurmoncl
and quiet. Older people
pre County. Florida. for approval of
Notice and register with the Clerkof 5472
To Place Your Ad ferred. 847-4605. said final return and for an orderof of Osceola
the Circuit Court IN' RE: ESTATE OF 1015 West Church oRLANDO
I I I-Attractively and completely furnished distribution and for dischargeas County Florida the fictitious name GLADYS M. BLACKMAN .
House Ancillary Executor of the estateof "Organized Maintenance: Service." Deceased. -- :::" .. ---= .--. am Iiflowers
FOR RENT-Furnished
1,008 sq.ft. plus carport and large utility Ida May Clark. deceased. under which they are engaged in NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
adults. October 1963. Occasions
ARTICLESFOR Trailer for one or two 31. business at Klssimmee Airport MAKE APPLICATION\ FOR For AH
Phone 8474733. room. Cash or terms 13,900 a, Arthur D. Clark Kisslmmee. Osceola County Florida FINAL DISCHARGETO
SALE Ancillary Executoras this 1st day of November A. D. ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST
II-Florida room, living: room and kitchen, 1963. CERN
FOR "a job well done feeling"clean Phillip R. Kelley
carpets with Blue Lustre. utility room, carport. One 20x12 bed- KissImmee.P.O. Box 331 Florida Lillian C. RutkoviU that Murray W. Overstreet. Jr.. has

BARGAIN BARN Rent electric shampooer $1. room or two 10x12 ... Carved 4 poster ATTORNEY FOR Nov. 1. 14. 21. 28. 19W lied his final return as executorof
the Estate of M7-4H1
Gladys Blackman 1$ MOADVW -
Comta le; Zippers 3.; Tooth Parks Furniture Company. mahogany: bed, chest, dressing table] November ANCILLARY 7. 14.EXECUTOR 21. 28. 1963 IN THE COURT OF THE deceased; that he has filed
Brnithr* 7e; Ear Bob. Se; Shoes II COUNTY JUDGE petition for final discharge and
87e; Sorks 19e; Pillows 7>e; SPECIAL DEAL-Extra Large couch, leather reclining chair, good wool NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA that he will apply to the Honorable
Shirt $1; Pant $1; Dresses 3. P. Johnson, of
$1.50: Bag 35e; !Nylon S9e; trailer lets complete ready to rug hide-a-bed, refrigerator, range, etc. ; Notice NAME is hereby STATUTE given that the '! MAKE APPLICATION FOB Osceola County. Florida on the 2nd LEAR.B.RBERING

Haakies 5e: Panties 15e; Belts, move on with septic tank, electric Cash or terms '10,200 undersigned, pursuant to the "}'Ic-, FINAL' DISCHARGE day of December A.D. 1963, for Insure Your faterem m
15e; Caps 15e; Spreads $%.60; titious Name Statute" Chapter IX RE: THE ESTATE OF approval of same and for final discharge wetl-pavlaff professionDay
Hair Nets 4e; T-Shlrts S9e; water tap on. $35 down, I 865.09. Florida Statute we will MARY WIENECK. Deceased as executor of the estate of .& Night Ctatsco-
Nearly Everybody Trades at TheUartala $10 month. Tropical Paik on register with the Clerk of the Circuit IN PROBATETO Gladys M. Blackman. deceased. V.A. Approved
Barn. Come to SIbert MAY This 28th day of October. A D. Orlando Barber College
Mill.Var..boaw in Dayeaport.fmm"lat..17. route 441 in North Kissimmee. FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS Court of Osceola County. Flo- ALL WHOM IT CON- 1963.
Follow the signs rida the fictitious name, to-wit: CERN: 3399 S. Orange Blossom Tr.
B. and R. Investors, under whichwe NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN s/ MURRAY. OVERSTREET JH. GA 6-6176
Furnished two-room apartmentFirst Murray W. Overstreet. Jr..
In business at THAT LOUISE WALTER has filed
are engaged
Week Day And Sunday' I
!. floor, private floor, private INC. Post Office Box 762 Kisslmmee. her final report as Executrix of Executor of Estate of
Florida. the Estate of Mary Wieneck. deceased Gladys M Blackman.
Bath-utilities. 703 Em' That the parties interested in ; that she has filed petitionfor deceasedOct. Call. .
KEROSENE FUEL OIL- PHTLr mett. 2 Broadway Kissimmee said business enterprise are as follows final discharge, and that she 31, Nov. 7, 14 21 1963
o STAMPS. : George W. Rocker O'Dell will apply to the Honorable O. P. Parks Furniture Co.
HEAT. WE GIVE TV FOR RENT: Three room apart- 847-3156 847-3157 Bronson and Madelyn Bronson. Johnson Ccunty Judge of Osceola IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
OSCEOLA OIL CO. hiD Dated at Kisslmmee Osceola County Florida on the 9th day of COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY.
NORTH MAIN ST. Sfl-SML ment on lake front. Furnished. County. Florida. October 28th, 1963. December 1963 for approval of FLORIDA For Prompt tepair of Your
With carport. By month or sea- GEORGE W. ROCKER same and for final discharge as NO. 5699. REf RIG ERATO I
O'DELL BRONSON Executrix of the Estate of Mary IN RE: ESTATE OF
t FOR SALE-Five piece bedroom son. Call 847-3866 after 5 p.m. cUR' RENT-Two bedroom, furnished I MADELYN BRONSONOct. Wieneck Deceased. CORA M. GAYLORD. Deceased. Phone M7-4171
set-12 ft. refrigerator tilt house. Screened front 31. Nov. 7, 14. 21. 1963 This 4th day of November 1963. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO -
back soa-9 x 12 oval braidedrug. porch, utility room. 915 Pat : Ninth Judicial Circuit Court. Osce- Executrix of the Estate of FINAL DISCHARGETO
8472594. After 4:00 P.M. $11, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul rick. Apply 913 Patrick.I I HOME olf County. Florida. In Chancery Mary Wieneck. deceased. ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Christian Science
No. 6588. Brownie Wise and Jerry .
Davis 114 Emmett Street Brinson and McWhlrter
week days. All day Sat. & Sun. Wise. Plaintiffs vs. M. L. Yowell. I Attorneys at Law NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnished ct al. Defendants. Suit to Quiet Kisslmmee, Florida that Mary Gardner has filed her Society
Priced 2-Bedroom
FOR SALE: Deluxe cabin fits on FOR R E N T Kitchenettes: duplex apt Easy walk right. Title. NOTICE OF SUIT THE I Nov. 7. 14, 21. 23. 1063 I II final._._return. as'executrix. of the 1st. \*.d. Mtc of Rack
rooms and trailer apartmentswith frame home in excellent STATE OF FLORIDA TO. Helen equate' 01 uora jw. uayiora. access u I Month P P.m.
pickup truck, sleeps 4. Refrigerator ing distance to town. Lakefront Yowell Lemkhe and Fred Lemkhe.her IN THE COLRT OF THE ed; that she has filed Petition for 309 :%". ltajmdolph
gas etc. Ideal for lake and shuffleboard. By location. Call 847-2841 or after condition. Large shady corner husband whose Post Office ad- I COUNTY JUDGE Final Discharge, and that she will l S.*4.y Senrkti* . . . 11 *...
week month or year. Capitol dress and place of residence are OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDANo. apply to the Honorable O. P. Johnson '
Al Susdoy kfctel . liM e...
camping, hunting, fishing. Motel. St. Cloud. Hwy. 441. 5 p.m. 847-3207. Available December lot, double carport, citrus unknown. If alive, and if they or 5777 County Judge of Osceola u_
uminum. Cost $3,000, sacrificefor 12. either of them are dead their unknown NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN County Florida. on the 16th day
$2,250. Excellent condition. trees. heirs. devisees. legatees assignees RE THE ESTATE OF ) of December. 1963. for approval of
lienors. creditors or other NETTIE CROSBY. Deceased ) same and for final discharge as
Like new. Phone 847-2833. FOR RENT 6 room unfurnished $7,500Come persons claiming:: by. through or To all Creditors. Legatees. Distributees executrix of the estate of Cora M. : GREEN'S FUEL
house. 8 Brack Street, Call 847- under them; and all persons claim- and all Persons having Gaylord deceased.
Your license to Steal-Clean 1961 ing any right title or interest in Claims or Demands against said This 12th day of November.
3702 after 6 p.m. and to the property hereinafter Estate A. .D. 1963. Sales and Service
Ford 6 cyl. 4 door sedan. $850. NEAR LAKE I described. in Osceola County. Florida You and each of you are hereby s/ MARY GARDNER
8472463. In or Call viz: notified and required to present Mary Gardner Executrix of
Large(; lot in country well land. All of Block (3) of A. C. Bar- any claims which you. or either of the Estate of Cora M. rHONI 147-4172 $47-4171,
PIANO & ORGAN SALE. Larg.est scaped. Price include large modern REAL ESTATEFOR FLORENCE HARNETT, beau's Subdivision. according to you may have against the estateof .. KISSIMMIt
the recorded Plat thereof recorded NETTIE CROSBY. deceased. late
in Central Florida. 150 in- trailer patio 9\32 with awning ASSOCIATEW. in the Office of Clerk of the of Osceola County. Florida to the SAND ROCK
struments to choose from. Pianos perfect for retired couple or winter Circuit Court. Osceola County. County Judge of said County at his For CM D<&...,,: Phone
SALE: two homes 175' x H. MORSE CORP. Florida. In Plat Book 1. Page 103. office In the Court House at Kisslmmee. MORTAR MIX Harold Wioal 847-2056
and organs $495 up. home. 7500. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Florida within six calendar STEEL & WIRE MESH '
R. A. RetoSer 847-4539
Terms. Thompson Music Co., Call 128' on West Vine Street. Both Plaintiffs have Instituted suit months from the date of the
for $12,000. Call 847-2398. W. L. 323 against you in the above Court to first publication of this Notice. Kenneth "l.dse
29 Colonial Plaza Mall Orlando. FLORENCE HARNETT ; Broadway Quiet Title in the Plaintiffs to the Each claim or demand must be In 892-7695 (SI. CKwd)

Phone 425-4577. Associate Ketchum. I Kissimmee above described property and that writing and must state the placeof Fo*&u S -tv> .e: Ptont
you arehereby required to answeror residence of the claimant and
CORP. FOR SALE: Houses, NOT I 847-3133 file written defenses on or before must be sworn to by the claimant. J. R. lovnfrc* 847- 062
FOR SALE: 14 ft fibreglas boat, December 10. i963. with me his agent or attorney. or the same iloUft ANon
35 h. Mercury motor. Also 323 BROADWAY LAND) wood floors. Can be, above Court. and serve a copy will become void according to law I t.wary; &,>MOlt 847-4570
trailer. $575. 104 Drury Ave. 8(7-3133 seen in Holopaw. Call Orlando i thereof on the below named Attorney This the 12th day of November I bo G.OIIfd 847-2041
277-7601 and 277-6372. i or a Decree Pro Confesso will 1963. R. H. Hell 892-1212, 5*. Cloud
Sunday or After 6 p.m.' After 6 p.m. or Sunday be taken against you. Merriel Belle KingAdministratrix
FOR SALE Used. lumber or coil H. T. 5 iwsos M.
8'1-22U 847-2241 WITNESS my hand and seal at of the .
FOR SALE: Three bedroom Kisslmmee. Osceola County. Florida Estate of KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX l48t9 -
plumbing supplies, galvanized this November 4. A.D. 1963. NETTIE CROSBY.
house In Idora Park. Lot 150 x I
roofing full inch material suitable GLENN RAY deceased. Robert O'f, 647 3219
for farm and ranch use. 300. Air conditioned. Priced to -.1 Clerk of the above entitled BRINSON AND McWHIRTER C G Tyner 847-4487
selL Contact Betty Eby, 847-1 f CourtCIRCUIT Attorneys for Administratrix Phone: 847-3524 John CVOPS SI C'oud' 892.3482Radio
Evans Hardware 8474564. WANTEDSPARE ( COURT SEAL) Klssimmee.: Florida .
I 2881 or 847-4266. Phillip R. Kelley Nov. 14. 21. 28. Dec. 5. 1963 ------m- .
12 East Monument Avenue -
Post Office Box 331 NOTICE TO DEF}. DIN
3 Bdrm. IVi bath home on 2 nicely Refilling and collecting money 7. 14. 21, 28. 1963 AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCE- ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
landscaped lots. Work shop and high quality COMniH H0l RHHWHIWFURNITURE
laundry fully equipped. Swimmingpool. coin operated dispensers in FOR TAX DEED ' Plaintiff vs. PATRICIA MUM- T V
.Located in nice this area. No selling. To qual- PARKS CO.
THAT Cecil Whaley. the holder of TICE TO DEFEND. THE STATEOF
818.500.FLORENCE. ify you must have car, refer- the following certificate has filed FLORIDA TO PATRICIA TIS",,",," St. a....
Can I ences, $600 to $1900 cash. Seven ald certificate for a tax deed to MUMPO\VER BOWLIN. address ----_-s'-__ _,a.L
ItARNETT be Issued thereon. The certificate unknown. You are hereby notified
to twelve hours net
weekly can number and year of issuance the that a suit In equity for divorce
AssociateW. excellent monthly In com e. I'description of the property. and has been brought against you by
the name in which It was assessedis DAVID Q. BOWLIN In the Circuit
More For
full time. personal NORRIS CLEANERS
as follows: Court of the Ninth Judicial CircuitIn
interview write P. O. Box 4185, Certificate No. 127 Year of Issu- and for County of Osceola. Stateof
GA5 REFRIGERATIONf9Modern 323 BRODVtYSundaorAfter Pittsburgh 2, Pa. Include phone ance May 29. 1961. Florida and you are hereby
847-3133 Description of Property: Lot 40. summoned ordered and required to ,-.q. KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
6 number. Seminole Land & Investment Co.. file your written answer or defenses -
f" I p.m. Section 26. Township 26 South. to the Complaint filed herein tl ) 103 East Dakin. Phone 847-4941
silent refrigeration Is 847-2241 I $65 Weekly and More Range 30 East. against you in the above entitled -
tops . ervel Gas refrigerationis i For reliable man or woman to 1 Name in which assessed: BarbaraM. cause. in the office of the Clerkof
absoluttly silent . lasts iI Ritzenheim. the Circuit Court in and for
I service customers in Kissim I All of said property being In Osceola County Florida at his of-
longer (no moving parts) . Full time. No investment the County of Osceola. State of flee in the Court House In Kisslm
mee. or part
automatic tee.maker with no I Florida. I mee, Florida on or before the 16th
mussy, fussy ice trays . con- Write Watkins Products ; Unless such certificate or certificates day of December A.D.. 1963. and
stant supply of ice. Gas'refrigeration Inc. Dept. N-3, P. O. shall be redeemed according I to serve a copy of such answer or ROTHROCK SEPTIC
I to law the property described in defenses upon Thacker and Thacker. -
provides service in any Box 2447. Memphis. Tenn. I such certificate or certificates will Plaintiff's attorneys herein.
weathlOyear warranty.GREENS ,be sold to the highest bidder at whose address Is Box 527. Klsslm-
the Court House Door on the first ., mee Florida on or before salt TANK CO.
Monday in the month of Decem- date as required by law If you fall
ber. 1963 which Is the 2nd day of 1tO do so.aDecree Pro_Confess
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4-Bedroom frame home on 15 YEARS EXPERIENCEK.
large lot close to business MALE AND FEMALE

PARKS FURNITURE CO. area. Zoned for multifamily C. ROTHROCK, Owner and Operator

"See Us For Your Gas Appliances"* I or can be converted into LOCATED AT KISSIMMEE TRANSIT-MIX CO.

l KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD : I professional offices.

847-4171 892-2011 $8,900Come PHONE 847-3524




to open on the Florida State Turn-
Hop Should You Choose An 323 Broadway I Any Dimension-Any Amount-Competitively
_ _
Services pike at Canoe Creek, provides good sal- I Priced.
Truck Bodies-Boat Trailers-Horse Trotters
847.3133 ary, uniforms, free meals, vacation, profit- and Utility Trailers.

New Houses After 6 p.m. or Sunday sharing and other company benefits. BUILT AND REPAIRED.

I INSURANCE I AGENT? 847-2241 '- Complete Mobile Welding Shop AN Work CU rOftf.K.

S C0MMeFCIGIStnichwes Old Orlando Highway Near Livestock Market.

I Presently hiring complete staff: waitresses -

With cawtionl Over the yean you will sos a lot of the pcnon e Remodeling I grill cooks, salad and sandwich LOU YOUNG, WELDING

from whom you buy protection and you want to be right the Additions SHOP IN KISSIMMEE makers dishwashers etc. PHONE 8473898OSCEOLA

first time.. HtiVt a *vog, .*tion. ,

look for experience and dependability In yovr ...*.. I.L . AllIlRi.ulM

L sure he Is willing to work hard for yovr bminess, bvmo up Skim POODLE GROOMING TIRE

.ie hoe .leather and net dodge a night' coIL HJ Phone 847-3670 Company representative will interview:

Yowll be happier if the man you choose I* a local independent Ahiminum Thursday, Nov. 21, 12:00 noon-5 p.m. at i SERVICEUTAI
agent who handles all types of risks not 'Iud a few of the more RITA HUNT
popular lines. W. know that we can satisfy your reqvirewtenrt A I Kissimmee-St. Cloud toll gate; Friday, Custom Recapping
I Nov. 22 9 am.12 Kissimmee Community
CALL USI! S StorefrontMarquee I noon, w 223 S. BERMUDA

t i 2 BEDROOM C.B. HOME House State Employment Office; PHONE 847-2207

I Oa 70x145 Lot completely furn Friday, Nov. 22, 1 p.m.-4 p.m., St. Cloud -aBE
Est Mtltes ished. Can be parehated w/SlSOO
Hall State Office. .
down S&500. City Employment




I Agency TRIANGLE t W. II. MORSE CORP. You'll Like Working For PHONE 847-4021



11 Stewart St. Sunday or After ,

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. . I I Florida Farm Bureau 'I' Market Sales i QuestionnairesMailed f Junior High To Hold Open HouseThe

Are To Vets
tliiMininn> to talk wit}
Osceola Junior High School {in v-efr
Farm-Grove-Ranch Elects New Officers hold m**ii*> the students .
I I Gross receipts at 13 Florida I Melvin T. Dixon, director of open house Monday, the parents fc
November 25 1963 7:00 and the scbooL
amounted to the Florida of Veterans
Livestock Markets Department -
News and Reviews I E. H. Finlayson Greenville!'We 1 ken e r, Jacksonville; Hal !I P. M. until 9:30 P. M. AD par-
$461,811.24 during the past week I Affairs states veterans
has been re-elected to his 14th{j according to Mr. W. O. Whittle, annual income questionnaires
term as president of the 33,000-]Freeman, Okeechobee; Edward invited to come out and visit the BROASTEDCHICKEN
ItIssimmH Gaztttt, Nov. xt. 1363 Page a chief of Florida State Farmers' will go out again with the November
memberFlorida Farm Bureau :Parker Goldenrod; Dudley Put the school and go through the recently -
Markets. I. checks allowing
Federation. I Ii nam Bartow; Henry Prine, Bra- completed Science and Home
Last week's sales at 16 mark- Veterans Administration an ad-
i His re-election highlighted the denton; Walter J. Kautz, Canal Economics Building.
ets included 7,461 cattle & calves; ditional 30 days for processing.All .
,'final session of the 22nd annual I Point; and Mrs. Francis Corri- FREEZETTE
4,038 hogs & pigs; 2 goats and 1 publicity from the Veterans Parents are especially invitedto
County CommentsCattlemen i Florida Farm Bureau convention Bradenton.
Agent gan
I horse. Administration will urge visit their child's DRIVE-IN
'in Panama City. During the three-day meeting, teacl1ers.1
veterans to their question- All teachers will be
I More than delegates attended delegates heard from such noted Individual market summaries get
naires back Dixon
the three-day sessionthe first personalities as U. S. Senator follows: promptly.
Farm Bureau convention to be Spessard L. Holland, American Arcadia State LS Mkt, Nov- states that the questionnairesare
UrgedTo held in West Florida. County Farm Bureau Federation Presi- ember 13; 181 cattle & calves. the same as last year, but I

Farm Bureaus in Bay and other dent Charles Shuman Congressman Belle Glade, Glades LS Auct. the five fold instruction sheet

i West Florida counties were hosts I Don Fuqua, Secretary of Mkt., November 11; 556 cattle has been simplified. Question-I
Feed Stock j for the event. State Tom Adams Commissionerof & calves. naires must be completed and CALIFORNIAGROWN

;; Other officers re-elected during ,. Agriculture Doyle Conner, and Bonifay State LS Mkt.. Novem- in the hands of the VA not later I

I{I the final session were Art Gulf Coast Junior College Presi- ber 13; 42 cattle & calves; 292 than January 31, 1964. .I
By JIM SMITH When can we expect the first Karst, Vero Beach, vice presi-I dent Richard Morley. hogs & pigs; 1 goat. For assistance in filling out
County Agent 'I' freezing weather this fall? This dent; Dudley Putnam, Bartow, All praised Farm Bureau for i the income questionnaire, seethe ROSESFROM
The best investment a cattleman is something home gardeners,' treasurer; Robert Denlinger,,its stand on agricultural matters, I Gainesville LS Mkt. November local Veterans County Service -

can make is to properly i nurserymen, growers and mete- Dade City, secretary; and T. K. but were almost unanimous in I 11; 1,088 cattle & calves; 564 Officer, who will be gearedto

supplement his animal's feed orologists would all like to know.; McClane, Jr., Gainesville, execu-| pointing out the challenges to be I hogs & pigs.Interstate give all veterans, their wid-

during the winter. I Keigh But son, climatologistwith live vice president. facecHn. the future as the agr. LS Auct. Mkt., Nov- ows and dependents the assist- ARMSTRONG NURSERIES

Protein and energy nutritional the University of Florida's Four new state directors were cultural scene changes. ember 12; 751 cattle & calves. ance they need.Social .

deficiencies are common among Agricultural Experiment Stations named to the 21-member board. Upgrading the image of agri- Jay State LS Auct. Mkt., Nov- ON DR. HUGHEY ROOT STOCK

cattle in Florida during the I and the United States Weather They are Wayne Mixon, Camp- culturevff the face of decliningfarm ember 12; 182 cattle & calves; I

winter months and they cost the Bureau, explains meteorologistscan bellton, replacing Marvin Crutch- population was stressed as 364 hogs & pigs; 1 goat; 1 horse. Security WILL BE HERE IN DECEMBER
Kissimmee LS Auct. Mkt. Nov-
cattleman considerably. predict weather only a few ,
field, Marianna; B. H. Judge, an important and necessary task
ember 13 175 cattle & calves. Official To Be Here !
Cattlemen are urged to begin days at a time. Orlando, replacing John Johnston confronting all persons in agriculture ; ORDER NOW AND GET
feeding their cattle a protein However a look at Florida's I' Kissimmee; William H. or allied businesses. Lakeland. Cattlemen's LS Auct. A representative of the Social!

supplement before they loose: past weather history provides a Boyd, Miami, replacing Jeff Commissioner Conner pointedout Mkt., November 12; 501 cattle & Security Administration District 1
weight Too cattlemen do good idea as to when we can calves. :
many Davis, Homestead; and T. that creating the right imagefor Office in Orlando will be at the'
not start feeding protein until expect the first freeze. Carter Palmetto replacing J'I the important agricultural in-
Live Oak, Suwanne Valley LS Community House in Kissimmeeon 5% DISCOUNTON
December or January or even Records indicate nearly all Trask, Ft. Meade. dustry should begin at the local Auct. Mkt., November 13; 81 Monday December 2 and
later. By this time, the animals areas north of Ocala and west of Re-elected to the board of di-I level and spread upwards to the cattle & calves; 1.101 hogs & Monday December 16, 1963 be-

have lost so much weight it requires the St. Johns River experience -rectors were Finlayson. Green- state and federal levels to make Pigs. tween the hours of 9:00 a.m. and ADVANCE ORDER

a large amount of feed to at least one day with ville; Loran Terry, O'Brien; E. their needs and the programs Monticello LS Mkt., Inc., Nov- noon.

bring 'them back into good con freezing or frost before Christmas -C. Rowell, Wildwood; Art Karst, known. ember 11; 76 cattle & calves; This service is made available :: Come in and see our color chart

dition. "It is cheaper to prevent almost every year. In about Vero Beach; Ray Farwell, Zolfo AFBF President Shuman em- 718 hogs & pigs. to those who wish to apply for I I AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION -

weight losses than to put weight j half the years on record this Springs; Robert Denlinger Dade phasized that people are usually Ocala, Mills LS Auct. Mkt., old-age and survivors insurance I i NO DEPOSIT NECESSARY

back on an animal. area has experienced general City; and Mrs. George Munroe, j reluctant to change, but noted November 14;. 775 cattle & benefits social security account
Thin cows produce few calves, ;. freezing weather before Novem- I that farmers and ranchers must I
Quincy. 939 &
; hogs pigs. numbers, or obtain information
they may not even produce a ber 20. In about one-fourth of Holdover directors with one realize this is a changing world about the Social Security Pro AZALEASFORMOSA G LS O ZNE

calf. In many cases a calf is the years, the first freeze has. year remaining, are George W. and their voices will be heard Okeechobee LS Mkt., Novem- CAN
produced only every other year i taken place before November 10 Broxson DeFuniak Springs; For- only through concerted effort at ber 12; 1,281 cattle & calves. gram. I

and then the calf may not reacha and it has occurred as early as I rest Davis, Jr., Quincy; Walter the local and national levels. __Orlando, Mid-Florida.. LS Mkt.,
desirable weaning weight or November 1. One November in November 11; :zw came &ft
James H. DoranIn
grade. five will pass without general calves, 31 hogs & pigs. C
Animal Scientists cannot tell freezing.The Tax Collections i Jury Rules In Tampa, Cattlemen's LS Auct. ExerciseMarine : SOUTHERN 99

ranchers the definite amount of northern edge of the citrus Mkt., November 11; 608 cattle & CHARM
Show IncreaseFlorida Favor Of TruckerA
protein belt and the east coast calves.
or energy supplementation upper Lance Corporal JamesH. I

they should feed ther cattle. north of Lake George usually do state and local govern- circuit court jury has ruledin Doran, son of Mr. and Mrs. ;
The quantity' needed will vary not experience freezing as earlyin ments together collected $1,375- favor of a truck driver and Wauchula, Hardee County LS Harry C. Doran of Kissimmee, COME IN AND SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION

and will depend on the condition the fall as do other northern 600,000 in taxes and fees duringthe the owner of a truck brought to Auct. Mkt., November 14; 285 participated in a large scale ex-' of NURSERY STOCK and ANNUALS
;and size of their animals the areas. There is a 50-50 chance trial for cattle & calves.
fiscal year 1962 a 9 per cent damages as a resultof ercise with the combined forcesof
stage of pregnancy and lactationof that the first freeze will hit be- gain over the previous year com- an accident. Webster Sumter County LS the Second Marine Division,I WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF

their cows, and the kind, quality fore December 1. In about one- pared with a 7 per cent increase Perdie L. Hill had broughtsuit Auct. Mkt., November 12; 615 Second Marine Aircraft Wing i WILKINSON GARDEN and .

cud amount of pasture and fourth of the years, freezing has throughout the nation, the Florida against William Alfred cattle & calves; 29 hogs & pigs. and Force Troops Atlantic at I RAZOR EOOLS .

other !red available.The occurred by November 25. Freezing State Chmaber of Commerce Sadler, truck driver, and Colonial Camp Lejeune, N.C., Sept 30 .
amount of protein needed in this area occurs by Nov- Enterprises Inc. Gadd 19 through Oct. 5.
reported yesterday in its Weekly Jerry I LOU TARCAI :11
may vary from about l: poundto ember 25 about one-fourth of the Business Review. Hill's wife Linda Marie was He is serving with the Third

3 pounds or so daily. Energycan time or after December 20 one- "Collections of taxes, fees and killed when the truck and her Held On ChargeA Battalion, Eighth Marine Regi-, ..

be supplied by permanent or fourth of the years.In :: licenses by any agency of the car collided on May 9, 1960, on ment, Second Marine Divisionat
temporary pastures, hay, silage, the main citrus areas from highway 441 south of 19-year-old boy, reportedlyon Feed
state and by all counties, districts Holopaw. Camp Lejeune. I & Farm
molasses Northern Lake south to probation, has been charged Supply
grain, citrus pulp and County and cities are included in The exercise took place in the
other feeds. Lake Okeechobee, the first freeze this figure", the Review pointedout. with petite larceny, Police Chief Croatan National Forest in,

The amount of energy or protein takes place 50 percent of the "Only by lumping state and James B. Radcliff Bob Best said yesterday. North Carolina and employed: ;s 1017 N. MAIN KISSIMMEC f>3j
time before 15. In
feeds December
fed should be basedon
all local collections together can I Jerry Gadd, 19, of 708& E. Marines from the divisions combat -
the animal's to the about one-fourth of the this Aboard USS HollandJames i Ii 847-3561
response years state by state comparisons be Vine St., was apprehended by infantry units in addition to
amount being fed. If the cattle area has escaped freezing 'until made because of differences in I police officer Junior Higdon as supporting elements from the m '
respond well, then the amount of January. B. Radcliff interior : rr.W1lIl\ftr 1l
i. tax structures. Measured in this I he attempted to take a radio wing and force troops. ,
feed may be decreased. If they In the interior areas South of communications electrician fire-
way Florida's total was tenth from a car, Best said. With
do not respond as fast as they Lake Okeechobee freezing rarely ; man USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. .
largest among the 50 states. Gadd was Gary Lee Hamilton,
should then the amount of protein occurs before mid-November. In Charles. Radcliff of 103 Car-
"Although state-local totals 19, who recently was released
or energy feeds supplied about half the years, this area roll St., Kissimmee, is serving
were greater in nine states other from the Army. He has been
should be increased. has escaped freezing until Jan aboard the submarine tender
than Florida, 27 states had higher charged with being an acces-
Proper supplementation pays uary. USS Holland which operates out
taxes than Florida on a per sory. CHEVROLET
Increased dividends and shouldbe Along the southeast coast, en- of Charleston, S.C.
basis. collections
capita By dividing -
a must on all Florida cattle tire winters sometmes pass with- The Holland is presently participating Both were placed in county
by populaton, the averagefor
,;inches. out freezing or frost. Most rural in training exercisesin jail after being brought before
each Florida resident was
sections along the southeast the Caribbean and was sched- Justice of Peace Paul Riggs who

r coast have noted freezing or frostat 5$253 per last cent year.more This than figure in 1961 was uled to return Nov. 20. set bond at $1,000 each.WHO'S Which type Chevrolet

least once during the winterin I
compared with a national gain
FIRST about 75 percent of the wint I
of 6 cent.
ers. This usually occurs in January per
I "Not included in the Florida
or February.The pickup do need ?
NATIONAL Florida Keys are thoughtto !I total was a sum of $165,800,000 you
returned by the federal govern-
be immune from frost. Thereis '
ment to state and local agenciesfor
BANK no record of frost at Key Westin
expenditure through them.
over 100 years of weather his-
(This is in addition to direct federal h
military spending establishments on rivers, harbors and the Chevrolet now makes four different types, each with its

KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA like in Florida.) own distinct advantages. Whichever one you buy will bea

Wool Growers "State local expenditures in lot truck than the last time I
Florida last year, including both more your money bought

Should KcepAdequatc their own collections and federal :. {

Serving the funds, amounted to $1,536,000,000 ,);oi;. ,. ,, .,.._
RecordsWool ; ;"
a gain of 3 per cent over the 1'l. :,-:/!::. .:; 'I. ''''!' ..yr Th
.. .
Farming Interestsof previous year while the nationwide -:.. ..:: ;.: r. :; r-

Osceola Countyfor growers who market their figure increased 6 -per cent.
lambs in the fall should remem- A small portion of collections in
Over 35 Year ber to keep adequate records of Florida were invested, makingthe

their sales so that they will be expenditure total slightly less

able to make proper applicationsfor than the combined receipts totalin THE MAN
payment under the incentive the state.

program, according to Clyde E. "Debt outstanding in mid-1962

Story, office manager Agricultural came to $2,060,700,000 for state .
Stabilization and Conservation i and local governments in Florida TO CLEAR LAND ? TY

County Committee.The continued, up 10 per cent. The
MIMtrt FtDEtAl DEPOSIT sales record for lambs nationwide gain was 8 per cent. +

INSUTANICORPOUTIONComplete sold, should include the name of Cash and security holdings in

the buyer, his signature, and the trust in Florida totaled $1, 79- He's the man who operates Cater- FLEETSIDE. Based on sales, the best liked STEPS IDE. Has flat interior body walls

number and liveweight of lambs 800,000 up 15 per cent while the pickup in the world. Outstanding feature and convenient side steps between rab

sold "plus the description "un- comparable national figure mov- pillar-built machinery in your area. is its large body extending clear out over and rear fenders. Comes in same two

made shorn. Lamb payments are ed up 9 per cent." He knows the land clearing business the wheels. Two body sizes. Two wheelsizes as the Fleetside plus one bigger size.

GROVE only on lambs that have bases. Best riding truck,by far, with coil Big model has heavier frame, 4-speed
never been shorn, to discourage he specializes in it (like removing
springs all around and independent front transmission and leaf-spring rear suspen
unusual shearing of lambs before Beverage, Cigarette
SERVICE selling. stumps, brush. palmettos and suspension. Cab and body have doublelion for maximum payloads. Standard

The chairman also reminds Taxes On Increase trees). wall construction. Chevrolet Fleetsideengine is 230ruin Six. A 292 Six or 283

tm growers that current marketingsof Collections by the State Bever- I best for all-around use. V8 is available at extra cost

wool and lamb through Dec. of taxes from
age Department I
31, 1963. will qualify for incentive alcoholic beverages and cigar- O The Caterpillar equipment he has j

payments under the wool program ettes continues to climb with is dependable. We at Rozier see, to

\ for In previous the 1963 years marketingyear. the October collections reports exceedng showing$113 total mil- it for him. With our service and ,

marketing year ended March 31. lion according to Richard B. parts facilities, we can assure him
G.M. Beginning in 1964, the marketingyear Keating State Beverage Direr
will be the calendar year. of more working time. So, you know ,!

HUGHEYGROVE Growers are urged to file their tor.The increase of $2,641,150.09, or you'll get the best, most economicaljob
applications payment sup- 29.49 per cent, offers a consistent -
SERVICE & ported by the required sales trend in collections in past when you want it.

MANAGEMENTSpd documents with the ASCS county months the Director reported.October's .,
office as soon as possible after L J }
Boom Hand j I their fall sales are completed. Department's$11,597,050.02 total collec- Get the most out of your land'-" _

FortiUxing Spraying & Dusting (While the final date to apply for tions for the first four monthsof from the man who knows land clear. -

Mechanical Hoeing. Bank. twill[.payments be on 1963 marketings fiscal year 1963-64 to $41.436.- ing. Call the with
ing & Cultivating January 31 of next year 239.26. "At the current rate of man Caterpillar
1- covering marketings of wool RAMPSIDE.Nobody else makes a pickup EL CAMINO. If sou want a pu Kup is
collection we should reach the machines from Rozier.CATERPILLAR
exactly like this with at the good looking as ai- car on the road this
For Personalized Service land lambs from April 1. 1963 $120 million mark by the end of one a ramp >
( side. The is the It work hard, and look
Dec. 31. 1963 an application this fiscal year," Keating pre- ramp makes loading easy one can
Donegan Ave., Kissimmee may be submitted at dicted. This would compare to because of its 16-inch rise. Truck also has like a million dollars doing it the onlya
any time between now and then. approximately million collected conventional tailgate. Body and framepickup in the world with Body by Fisher!
---- ----------- during fiscal year 1962-63. floor assembly are very rigid because they You can order an Ei Camino as plain or

Accounting for the largest I are welded together. Has larger 95-hp airas fancy as you wish: bucket seats. air

RANCH GROVE single collection last month was Jos. L. cooled engine this year. Independent coil conditioning 4-speed transmission, power

cigarettes with $4,772,164.62, representing spring suspension all around. brakes are some of its extra-co option

an increase of 5&29.


was followed by liquor. $2.544.-

568.97, an increase of 8.19 per co. CHEVROLET TRUCKS
MURPHY !cent; and beer. $2.127,654.59, a
OWNER 28.62 per cent increase. Wine tax

reached $455,743.42, for an in- Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about any type 9 f truck

r crease of 21.34 per cent .. ........._.._.____.. ....... ..---- .--.-. ..... .. ... ......h.... ... "" " ..... .....
L PHONE 847-3821 I Miscellaneous licenses, permits

etc., accounted for the remainder STARLING CHEVROLET INC.

Post Office lox 143 Kissimmee, Fla., of monies collected during the CattrpllUr.. Cat sad. Truesr.t.r .r. Rtylt/eret. ,
month, Keating explained. Tr.d.w.rt..t. Caterpillar Tra.t.r c. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

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