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The Kissimmee gazette
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-Oct. 11, 1984.
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Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).

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VOL. 70-NO. I Klssinunee.catered as OsceoU Second Connty.C* ---Florida' KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 1963 8 PAGES PLUS 32 Phone sUt Hihcd 847-2681 184- PRICE 10 CENTS

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Low TariffFlorida's

j cattlemen carried with needed improvements or ad-

t'I their fight against reduced tariffon ditions to pastures, farm buildings .
( imported beef directly to equipment, etc., and will
Washington this week. forego use of fertilizers pesticides -

I Ralph W. Cellon, Alachua, etc., with a resultant ex-
president of the Florida Cattle- treme hurt to the productivity of
men's Association, and Arthur our overall industry.
I fligbe, Ki iIru-nee, executive '2. Manly producers wil
I vice president of the Association gradually move out of the field
I presented the Florida Cattlemen's soiling their land for other pur- r
t I views on imported beef to a joint poses, because of poor income 4ki 3
session of the CongressionalTrade incentive, and a bleak future. T
Information Committee and '3. Many young people now

the Tariff Commission. training fot agricultural pursuits,
Cellon told the Committees that and this is already declining substantially

t in 1961 Florida produced 371- will begin training in _
sF -S 023,000 pounds of beef almost other directions because their

three times that produced in own research and the experiencesof 4
1951 and that Florida is now the their families will have taught
third cattle producing state in them that success lies in other
the southeast and the 17th in the directions.
VISITS KISSIMMEE-Senator John E. Mathews, left, who has announced his can- DIGNITARIES the official visit of District
United States. "Gentlemen this may sounda VISIT-During Deputy Jules Morris of
didacy for governor of the State of Florida in 1964, visited the residents of the He then sounded a warning that little speculative but we assure Winter Park to Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. 1873, Secretary Frank Broyles presented

county at a luncheon given by'Sen. and Mrs. Irlo Bronson Monday at the Elks the increasing flow of foreign you that a check of your own a check of $100 for the Elks National Foundation to him. Pictured above

Club. Shown above with the senators are Mrs. Mathews, second from left, and Mrs. beef into the southeast if encouraged Universities where Agriculture is are the dignitaries present for the occasion. Seated left to right, Bert Thompson,
Jess Thacker Over 250 attended the Photo by low U.S. tariffs taught will prove these are true
right. luncheon. ( by Eby)
persons Mount Dora Grand coordinator Past
Lodge ; President Willis V. McCall, Eus-
.. could put Florida Cattlemen out statements and the problem of
---- of business. Cellon called for a interesting young people in Ag- tis; PDD Bill Bruning, Orlando; State chairman Jim Mclver and State vice president

Postmaster Offers I New Pastor quota system on imports to be riculture exists currently. Con- Paul Smith, Kissimmee. Standing, left to right, PER Bodo Kirchhoff, editor

established and asked Congressional -tinued importation of beet with Florida Elks News; secretary Frank Broyles, district deputy Jules Morris aDd

I help for the action. out planning and control will con- Exalted Ruler Jack White, Kissimmee. (Photo by Eby)
He said, "In our State we are tinue to intensify our problem.

Mailing HintsPostmaster one: of the largest segments of Currently in our State we find .111 --" .-t ... ; n j J L r 1m
the agricultural industry and to-! large buyers who previously pur-

gether with all of Florida's agriculture -: chased cattle at our markets are
F S. (Beany) to delay the mailing of circulars generate 16% percent no longer in attendance. Their
Ledbetter. Jr., offered these and catalogs until after :3f the State's income (roughly needs are being supplied by im-
helpful hints yesterday how to December 25th, to keep the 52 billion dollars). This percentage ported beef. This has resulted in v. 1!
mail your Christmas cards mails clear for the Christmasrush. should be even higher in much lower demands for our pre-
and gifts to insure prompt and other states in the southeast. dominate grades and has resulted '

safe delivery before December For Your "Currently we are on a growth in many prducers keeping M
25th.If plateau. We have grown to a these animals on their ranchesfor
you use the new five cent Service windows at the Post point where we need more improved future sales. We do not know
Christmas Tree stamps on Office will be open Saturday pastures, better barns what effect this retention prac- 1
December 14th and 21st until 1 1r
your Christmas cards they newer equipment, better educa- tice will have on future market-
will be sorted and delivered 5 p. m., and Sunday, Decem- tion for our workers and produc ings.

first and, if you include your ber 5:00 15th from 1:00: p. m. until 3 ers' families, more improved "Gentlemen, statistical and

return address with your ZIP : p. m. stock, etc. We have up-graded general information attached to s,
Code number on each card If you use Christmas stickers bear .4
our cattle exceptionally well over this report, out the
envelope, they will be for I back or of seals, put them on the Rev. C. H. Eiland .w'1/ the past 10 years, but as we statements mentioned above.
your Christmas cards
warded in the event of a mentioned above now need to "In summary, we would like
change of address, or if they and packages so that they strike out again. to urge that you favorably con-
will not conflict with the ad Rev. Eilan
are undeliverable, they will be "Herein lies our problem. Cur- sider our request that beef animals -
returned to you for correctionof dress on the front. rently we are predominately a and beef products of all
Make sure that Call
your mailing list. correct Accepts cow-calf operation and have a types and descriptions be removed -
Also, remember you can postage is firmly affixed to substantial number of dairies from any consideration or negotiation -
write personal messages onlyon each card and package. When Rev. E. C. Eiland has accepted a with their normal release of dairy for a reduction in tariffs .

Christmas cards sent by mailing gifts, it's a good ideato call from the First Baptist Churchto type cows to slaughter. This from 50 percent to zero. Imports '"" .

\ First Class mall Nothing but place a piece of transparent be., their pastor. His first means that overall, we are in direct currently in excess of 11percenjare >> .--. a t _
your signature' is 'authorizedon cellophane tape over the- Sunday with importation hurting"our: marketat 'f. .
( addreSs portion'Tof the'laberto as pastor will be. December _: i i-
cards sent at.the unsealed ".15th. He his wife, and"two "of beef 'Tnis'means also that a time when we need to be
Third Class rate. prevent defacing it in transit. daughters will be in Kissimmee fewer dollars are going into the moving ahead," not standing stilL NEVv MEMBERS -New members were initiated' into the Kissimmee Elks LodgeNo.

The Postmaster warns post Keep size in and mind that parcel. sometime the week before.' He pockets of our producers at a According to a recent report by 1873 last week. Shown above with, lk officers they are, left to right, seated,
against careless packing of weight comes from the First Baptist time when they should be receiving USDA a 10 percent increase in Boyd Sprinkle, W. L McLendon, Floyd Mendenhall, Jules Morris, district deputy,
to des
I your precious Christmas gifts. tination.vary according be Church, Hazelwood North Car- extra dollars to provide the imports causes a decrease in the Richard Padgett, Maurice Covert, Dr. Robert McMillan. Standing, Jack White,
so sure to ask
lie ays it is unbelievable how olina where he has been pastor. foundation for expansion and im- price of utility cows of 2.7 per-
some people fail to use strong about them when you go to Several churches he has pastored provement. In our mind, allow- cent or $2 to $3 per animal. In exalted ruler, Eugene Higgins, Bill Pennington, Thomas Morris, Tom Bracken,

r cartons, heavy wrapping paper the Post Office to buy stamps. North Park Baptist Church, Or- ing imports to expand, beyond a our state this decrease has been Charlie Townsend, Buford Roberts, Jarrold Jones, Alan Sommerman and Frank

1 and sturdy cord when packing The Postmaster remindsus lando, First Baptist Church Bar- certain level is in effect destroying well over that amount. Broyles, secretary. Fred Brussow was absent. (Photo by Eby)
i', their precious gifts for mail that we can make it a mer- tow, and others. He received his the "goose that laid the "The Florida Cattlemen's Association
irti rier
for everybodyif education at Howard College, golden egg." is in favor of the es-
tng.He requests that you take we will mail all of our Birmingham Alabama, Univer- "Most of you realize that producing tablishmen of a system of quotas City Gets Bids Elks Plan Gala

special care in packing break Christmas presents now sity of Alabama Tuscaloosa. cattle, or for that matter' to be established based on an On Vehicles I
able gifts-mark the cartons, Christmas cards for out of Alabama and Southwestern Bap- producing most agricultural products average of imports over a pert"
"Fragile" "Handle With town delivery should be sent tist Seminary, Ft. Worth Texas.A is not sometl "g that can iod of time. This in our judgment -* The City Commission Tuesday ,
Care" and be sure to put an before December 15th and reception for Rev. Eiland be accomplished overnight. It would give exporting coun- night received bids on 19 motor I Holiday ActivitiesKissimmee
extra label carrying the recip- those for local addresses and his family is being planned takes a good understanding of tries of the world access to our vehicles, but decision to acceptthe
ient's and your name and ad should be mailed at least a for December 15th after the Mother Nature and great pat market and an opportunity to low bids was delayed so
dress inside of every package.The week before Christmas.The evening service. ience. Added to this, in today'sworld share favorably and evenly on that department heads could Elks Lodge No. cordially invite all Elks aadtheir
Postmaster also said he evaluate them.Apparent 1873, through its entertainment families to enjoy with them
Also would
Postmaster also said, is the fact that it now requires our market. this
\ "By giving special attentionto is most appreciative of the interest an educated man. More give to our producers some degree ,! low bidder on two committee and the ladies auxiliary -a cup of cheer to the spirit of

your Christmas mailings and cooperation shown County Lives Well and more college educations are of stability at the market police cars was Rooney Pontiac- is again planning a great the holidays.
right now. by being sure that by the mailing public so far, being required to handle the pro- and within the industry. It Buick; on an "administration" variety of activities for the holiday The festivttiM will come to a
I your mailing lists are up..toI and reminds us that "Do it Within BudgetOsceola uction of foodstuffs for our Na would provide incentive for producers !car, Autrey Motor Co.; on alone season ahead. lose on Tuesday evening, December -
date and by planning your: now" is the slogan from hereon tion. Advanced techniques use to continue to progress ton truck as well as six The festivities will begin with 31st, with the traditional

mailings so that you send out in. County lived well within of pesticides, fertilizers, etc., are through expansion and planning. i pickup trucks Autrey Motor the traditional Open House for New Year's Eve dance at the
your cards and packages in Don't put off your Christmas its budget and ended its fiscal but a few reasons. "Gentlemen we are all Ameri- :Co.; on eight two ton trucks members and their families on Club, wnen the Elks orchestra

groups, rather than all at onetime mailings while you still year with probably the largest "An idea of what is involved. cans and believe in fair play. i Riedel Motor Co.; and on a Friday evening, December 20th, will) be playing from 9:08 o'clock
you'll be certain that all!, have time because this means cash carry-over in its history, Normally to produce a 1,000 head We see serious difficulties aheadin four-wheel drive vehicle, International from 6:00: to 730. At that time on. AU members, their wires and
your Christmas greetings and. that dreaded pileups will oc- Glenn Ray. county clerk has ad- herd of beef cattle capable of our industry if we do not Harvester. the huge punch bowl will be filled guests are cordially invited! to
t gift packages reach their destinations , cur at the Post Office, causing vised. manufacturing beef for the Na obtain relief. We do not wish to I When the orders are issued for a special Christmas cheer make this a date. There will be
before Christmas.The unavoidable slowdowns in The total of cash balances from tion's tables requires some 10 block foreign competition but 'it is believed this will be the among all members, their families pedal favors and tots of fun

1 Postmaster asks the cooperation deliveries as the holiday ap- the various funds was $273,919.96, years of hard work planning, would like to have it placed in biggest vehicle order ever given and guests and the ladies for all
of all business firms; proaches. Ray said. In the past the county programming, etc., and a sub- its proper prospective within the :by an Osceola government agency will offer them many tasty cocktail
t has had small or no cash carry- stantial investment that I would overall industry." snacks and hors d'oeuvres. Eleven Are ArrestedEleven

overs. This has brought the rec- conservatively say would run in .- This will be the eighth annual

Work To ommendation from the state aud excess of $700,000 almost anywhere affair of its kind, with Jim and more persons, including
Hospital itor that they be increased.The in the Nation. Dr. Tindall SpeaksTo Jean Flanagan and Bodo and' two juveniles, )have beat accusedof
financial picture by funds, "When you consider the problems Lyn Kirchhoff as the hosts and trespass in Osceoia County as
was as follows at the end of the of a producer faces everyday hostesses. Special invitations win the property: owners continue towage
Be Finished Soon fiscal yearGeneral : with Mother Nature with Lions ClubDeseret be sent out by the Lodge for this war against unwanted

fund amount spent other U. S. producers who share gala event to all lodge member hunters.

under budget estimate, 15165.12; similar problems of marketing, Farms Inc., OsceolaCounty's university sites Dr. Tindall said On Saturday afternoon. December The sheriff department yesterday .-
Work is progressing on the ret annex which will comprise eight cash labor and then 21st from 4 00 to 6:00, Santa reported the following had
t carry-over, 13431526. taxes etc., you biggest landowner and that next to the Deseret site :
and renovation of the offices and the clinic
modeling waitingarea Fine and forfeiture fund-bat add to those problems open com- taxpayer won praise from Dr. the Bluestone site between Or- Claus will visit the Elks Cub for been arrested far trespass' : Mil
f ssimmee Hospital and officialsf will be remodeled and expanded ance unspent of budget, 2727.22; petition or unfair competitionwith Charles Tindall chairman of the lando and Kissimmee, is the the children of the members offering ton C. Broa on. Henry Ray Beaver
they hope to have it finished" in a new patient flow.
i cash carry-over 5572435. foreign markets the production Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce best for the area. gifts and refreshments. Charles L. Johnson Alton A.
Iby first of the Among the
the year. new additions will Road and bridge fund budg of cattle becmes actually a industrial committee, Young and old alike are cordiallyinvited Parker Jr., Ramon TDrrandell.
E Approximately i $100,000ill be be the extensive care unit whichis He called for unity in fight- around the Harry Haetton Alvin W. Carroll
i eted amount unspent $12.664.18; hardship. We need immediate Monday night in a talk before to gather
[spent in the program according completely monitored to the cash carryover $62,574.61. relief from the import situation the Lions Club here. ing the problems of the county.He Christmas tree and join in sing Martin E. Gray awl Ronald D.

t I to Bruce Thogmartin. hospital ad- central nurses station. Automatic Capital outlay reserve fund and we need to have a plan for It won praise for its offer of said a survey showed that ing the old familiar Christmas Str+osnida.

ministrator.A electronic devices will rontinous- unspent but budgeted. $35.40; future handling of this problemthat land for a space university only 20 per cent of the people carols. The regular Family Nigh Other arrests reported. by the
new entry court or patio, ly monitor on pulse blood prey cash carry-over. $75.14. will enable each of the producers which. Dr. Tindall said is the want industry in the county dinner will be served by the ladies Osceola sheriff ineksded Carl

'will be furnished with wroughtiron sure, cardioscope temperatureand Bond, interest and sinking fund to plan and program for most ideal spot of the number that 80 per cent either don't of the Auxiliary from 6:0 Philip Pate, arrested on an
furniture so that patients or heart rate. This is said to be -budgeted but not spent $20- the future. If we do not. we believe of sites made available to the want it or don't care. o'clock on. auto theft chars* for Dade
visitors alike jnay relax. It adjoins the most complete unit its
of kindin
609.69; cash carryover, $21- the following three facts board of control. The other reason Named as non-controversial On Monday afternoon. Decem- County; Elijah Lynn Davit,
the new surgical addition.A Florida.In .
230.60. win come about: Tindall said was the land industry, locally accepted, were ber 36th from 5:00 to 6:38 the charged with frnhfiiitnuMt in
administrative addition
complete new to this
suite will be located In the- (Continued a central 4)) Ray said the county is in good "1. Producers will discontinueupgrading given for the Nova Road.In retirement, tourism, and educa steward and his staff will preside Pasco County; and Leroy C.
on page financial condition. their herds; dispense. discussing the proposed tion. over the Egg Nog bowl and they Greene accused of affray.
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I LOOK The new entry court at the Kissimmee NEW UNIT-The entire hospital will have a new central shown installing the new central and vacuum NEW KITCHEN Walter Abel George Reynolds and
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I , ...f ita i i. designed a* a patio with flagstone flooring and heating and air conditioning unit. Here the installation is which will be in each room of the hospital. The rooms Bruce Thogmartin are shown in the main kitchen and die'I

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t ;Tht. KUtimimt' fiazrttr. Kb sIs rn ce. .Fla.. Thur. D T. 12' 1963 Letters To Lois'Don't .Bethany Circle Friendship Club

To Hold PartyThe To Meet Thursday
: Woman's Club Sends

I I Make Bethany Circle of the First The Frtewfehip. dab will meet

Gifts To ChattahoocheeThe United Presbyterian Church will Thursday Dec. 19th, 12:30: p.m.
hold a Christmas party, precededby at the Episcopal Church Pariah
a covered dish in the house for the monthly luncheon
Ki. irnmce Woman's Club: Gifts for Chattahoochee, brightly Rash PromisesDear Christmas musk -
I educational building Monday at meeting. Special
met December 3rd with Mrs. Robert wrapped were piled beneath 6:30 pjn. wilt be preented by Mrs.
Ford presiding. A new members the Christmas tree.
Friendship -
and the
Mrs. E. J. Parker was Mrs. William Sippel led the tw Lois, never have made a promise to I Members are asked to bring a .Maurice Bond
welcomed. group in singing Christmas My problem is that I have a any boy. You are too young to covered dish and table service. trio.
who has tie down to one Miss Janet Easdale Mrs. Harold Members are reminded
Mrs. Charles MacDowell, direc- carols. t boyfriend gone overseas. try to yourself .
tor of District 7, addressed the Mrs. Ed Neid, chairman of the When he left we both promisedto boy. At your age you should be GoodeU and Mrs. Carl Kenton .brag a child's gift wrappings These

group on "What Do You Know", hostesses assisted by Mrs. Stet- stay at home and not go out. thinking of what fun you can will be the hostesses. and tag to the be meeting.turned over

referring to the work, history son Tarver Mrs. C. G. Hinckleyand He's in the service so he can't have wth many boys not just :gifts will local then Fire Department for

and aims of the Federation of Mrs. Hilpa Pryor, served at go out much anyway. I'm only one.When Piano Recital i to the Christmas time.
Woman's Clubs. he refreshments table. 13 years old but I'm allowed to you write this boy again, I distribution

H _' __h _.. ,_'' '_' '_ _ date. or when he comes home tell him Held SundayA Reservations must be made
rye been asked to go out with that you are just too young to with Mrs. Erford Woods 847-
other boys many times. I have be tied down. 27W by Tuesday, Dec. 17th.
GI-Fil gone out with some of them. Wasit Lois.If number of pupils from the
piano class of E. L. Allen were
4 THE wrong for me to go out I'mso ( you have any problems ou presented in a recital Sunday Birth AnnouncementMr.
write to
very lonely. needy help solving
t afternoon at the lovely home of and Mrs. Many Schmidtof
a 9 Lonely Lois in care of the Kissimmee
Mrs. Jess Thacker in Renee Gainesville announce the birth
:da Dear Lonely, Gazette. She'll answer them the
; ALLI Terrace. of a 6 lb. 11 oz. daughter Wed ies-
4 FOR In the first place you should first chance she gets.)
G Appearing on the program I day. December

.7. .. y were Betty Sue Clark, Billy Pol- Mrs. Schmidt the former
+M Intercession City NewsRum.m.age lom, Sheri Pass Renee Bronson Joan Harper, daughter of Mrs

Peggy Thaler, Debbie Cody. J. W. Harper and the late Mr.

Kay Thacker Jolleen O'Mealey. Harper. Paternal grandoa',- nts
.r. ADMIRE GIFTS Mrs. W. C. Conley, vice president, Sale Jerre Ann dark Judy Williams. are Mr. and Mrs Bob. Schmidt.
director of district 7 Florida -
Mrs. Charles MacDowell As an encore Pam and Peggy

Federation of Women's Clubs, and Mrs. Robert Ford, Thacker and Renee Bronson I

president of the Kissimmee Club,admire the gifts broughtto played and Mrs. Thacker and PIZZAFREEZETTE
Was SuccessfulGeorgia I
last week's meeting of the Woman's Club for patientsat Pan played a duet.
MI.Thacker., assisted by several -
Chattahoochee. The gifts were brought by members for I
oi the mothers served re-i
the annual Christmas project. (Photo by Eby) freshments to families and I
.al MY HOBBY BOX ;2.00 PER td, av' By !MRS. D. O. OWLETT where Mrs. Swafford'sfather DRIVE-IN
friends who
sale held in the
J The rummage is ill.
the meeting it was an-!I Barracks 1068 To very
During ;,
interests of the Fire House proj-
G Mr. and Mrs. Dow Jones accompanied -
ti rounced that a bazaar and bake i !t !c+egWvw+ as 1II"q ba""" :a
ect received a good response. Appreciation Mr. Jones's sister
II sale will be held at 14 Darlington Meet Friday Night G
t is expressed to those have returned to manage the."Day's .
t"3 on Friday and Saturday, who donated articles for sale to Motel" for the
Ga December 20 and 21. I. Veterans of World War I, Barracks season.
UNUSUAL CAN DIES I those who purchased and the Little Billie Ackers fell from a J1 J1J
I On Thursday, December 19th, i 1068 and Ladies Auxiliary
faithful committee and helpers.
tree and broke his left wrist.
will be from I December13th
the club house open will meet Friday,
The December meeting of theWoman's Mrs. Charles T. Hirst and Mrs. i s
.es 10 a.m. j 5 p.m. to receive and at 7:30: p.m. at Orange Gardens Christian
Ya TemperanceUnion Marcia Hassler of Floral City
; BROS. prepare items for sale. Those Community building. is schedules to be held in were callers on Mr. George Mow- 3 ,;
HUNT i:willing to help are asked to bring Meetings are held every second Alliance
the Christian and Missionary Hirst's Friday !
dy, Mrs. brother on 1 ,
I a sandwich and spend the day.A Friday of each month and all the of i
I church on evening afternoon.Mrs. ,
rummage sale is being plan- eligible veterans and ladies are
16th. A Christmas tJ.
J the program Walter Hinshaw is a surgi- I
ned for January 14th, 15th and urged to attend and to participatein under the direction of Mrs. Mary cal patient in Orange Memorial ..
16th. Members and friends are the activities for the benefitof
Frankenfield, is
being planned.
urged to begin getting'rummage all World War I veterans and Rev. s
The evening speaker is the Mr. and Mrs. C. Baker of Stay-

tlYrdp t !C ?tt V 7y, uiVj rrpr7u t g8 G ?4_. 4 V r together. eligible ladies. C. T. Wireman. long time evangelist ner, Canada, arrived late Sunday 6 J
of the Wesleyan Methodist 8!
afternoon. A grandson drove the 6
I Church. Before his conversion, car. It will be remembered that i HEAVENSENT.- J

, Mr. Wireman was a Kentucky Mr. Baker was injured quite seriously J
CHEVELLE Mountain outlaw and boot-legger. while J -
crossing highway
I The Rev. William Marsh is still 17.92 last spring. l : 1

'" quite poorly.Mr. He ice quite recovered so that he 3 3B .- .;; ..
' and Mrs. Swafford
drives short distances. '
: They are -1.!
BY Tampa stopped Friday evening at living in the Nigh cottage on the o J
CHEVROLETThe the home of their daughter, Mrs. highway.The ". .,"'::' ..ttJ. \
kind of go-6 or V8-you'd expect Eddie Manhiem enroute to Christmas program of the S d S. -.. ate".d -_

.' from one of Chevy's great highway Christian and Missionary Alliance ..- tAu DE aaruM I.'t'D f

T performers. Come on down and drive it. Esther Circle To Sunday school is to be held dur- '. . 'M\ST''.. 4r .

..... Meet MondayThe ing the regular Sunday school 6. -:Ow.. -.. .". ....' . J
; hour. on December 22 at 9:45 '. -.' i: .. -1 J
.V thru 11 a.m. Mrs. Orville Cole is .. I
Esther Circle of the First r- :!!-- . -a:. ,\

a . F United Presbyterian December Church will at in charge. and of Mrs.the Lee program.Mr. Owlett. arrived : e. '," I
: meet Monday, 16th Monday from New York I &* !
2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Har- Be ..
fl" I
state. '
The kind of comfort you'dexpect ti ry Doughty, 1705 West Catherine / .
I I Mrs. Tessie Cox was honored Q. 4
in a large interior. Street Orange Gardens.

Come on down and sit in it.. S with tain's a Restaurant birthday dinner at Chas- ;; xx-
on Thursday
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: jagel
# JTi Dr. 'l\lulderTo Eugene December Kowalski.5, by Mr. and Mrs. ;Give her Helena Rw J

Conduct ServicesDr.
1 Heaven Mist. The beloved, l J

: John W. Mulder will con- lasting fragrance in a spray bottle ef ,

du t the services at St. John's. SOUTH TRAIL I
I I Eau de Parfum Mist. Tulle-trimmed J
Episcopal Church at 11 a.m. in

T -- __ the absences of Fr. Wendell Hain- DRIVE -1 IN I and touched with a bow and a sprig of J

lin.Fr.. Hainlin is attending the Ft. THEATREORLANDO 1 holly (at no extra cost!). 1% oz. 2.00

Myer Deanery Youth Rally at J

1 1 St. Luke's Church Ft. Myers. FLORIDA J Helena RubinsteinHUNT

St. Cloud THURS.- FRI. -SAT. I : '!' I
Railroad J
DEC.Z, 13 AND 14 ....: ,
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"TAMMY AND THE DOCTOR"Sandra 11 ;';'

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The kind of fresh styling-inside and out- CLOUD The regular Des J
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that makes it the year's smartest surprise. monthly meeting of the St. Cloud 7:00 4 I. F j
Railroad Cub will be held at the "FOR LOVE OR MONEY"
New Chetelle
Come down and stare at it. Malibn.Sport Coupe community house on Wed. Dec. .

18th. A covered dish dinner will Mitzi Gaynor

be served at noon. A good turnoutof 9:00 i Ji
Now-Chevy in kind of :
spirit a new car all members is urged as this "GIRLS,GIRLS,GIRLS" 3 .
is the meeting at which officersfor J
We built this one to do more than just stand around it muffles noise and cushions bumps. 1964 will be elected. A Christmas Dm Pmlty J

looking beautiful. Held its weight down in the 3,000And the fine hand of Body by Fisher craftsmen shows party will be held and each 11:00

pound range. Then built four lusty engines-two sixes up beneath this one's suave good looks, too. one attending for distribution is to bring a small SUN.-MON.-TUES. J [ Q ; I II

and two V8's-with output all the way up to 220 horses! Sound good?There's more.Like the fact that ChevelleAnd present those attending; among DEC. 15, 16 AND 17

if that makes you think this is one frisky car, comes in three series with eleven models-convertibles, "RAMPAGE" J J

you've got the right idea. sport coupes, sedans, wagons, even Super Sport models Several prospective members Sunday at 6:30 and 10:30 J
You've also got a roomy car here. Yet its 115-inch with front bucket seats. Like the fact that (and see if have promised to be present and Mon.-Tues: 7:00 and 11:00 ., ,
wheelbase keeps it highly maneuverable in this isn't one of the nicest surprises of all) the the Secretary wishes to extend a J J
"CAPE FEAR'1Sunday
invitation to all railroadmen
traffic and very easy to park. new Chevelle comes at an easy-to-take price! cordial ,
and their wives living in
With its Full Coil suspension, it's got a ride CHEVROLETway Like to hear more?The listening's wonderfulthat Kissimmee to attend. For further at 8:40 J J

reminds you of the Jet-smooth kind the at your Chevrolet dealer's-and so's the driving. information phone President Elliott Monday and Tuesday at 9:20

Optional at extra eott 220 Bay St., Kissimmee. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 18th i JJ

See five entirely different kinds of cars at Chevrolet Showroom-CHEVROLET CHEVELLE CHEVY n CORVAIR & CORVETTE"STARLING Membership does not mean one FAMILY NIGHT

... your-----_---.-.h__.._.____.__...___.h ,.__ _n____..__,_n________ ,....__nn_._.____.____h____ must be a retired railroad man. "DETECTIVE STORY" J I
One is eligible for membership if BROS. j
; he has ever worked on a railroad 7:00 and 11:00
CHEVROLET INC.KISSIMMEE regardless of the length of time "MIDNIGHT LACE"

9:15 i "Your Christmas Gift Headquarters" I ,
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I had been received. It set thestate's I The Kissinvnee Gazette, Kbslmmpe, FUu, Than.. Des' Mi MeI I
Nova Road Work To
part of the cost at a min-
It t I imum of $1 million and anythingover Two Men Drownn Kissimmee Fine DcpattaMMtHhers sad
a total cost of $3,300,000 will t indiKttiic GtMnae 13tmtesn.
Get Underway Soon be paid for by the state.It Lake SundayThe of Kl 4mmee, eec of thane who
was also learned that preliminary found the boat
I contact has been made ,.< These were the JWi and 31th
I Construction of the Nova Road He said his staff is working on it with at least some, if not all, ; ,t bodies of two Orlando men drowning in OacMto (Owtty
will start before the first of the as fast as they can "but we havea property owners from whom ;4j were found by rescue boats Tues- since June, 1966. and the send
I year. lot of projects going." right of way must be obtainedfor r ( $ t day afternoon. They were about and third this year.
That's the word of Ritchie Green said Manley Construction the balance of the Nova Road. 50 yards from where their boat
Green, State Road Department : Co. has to start work on This is the start of land acquis- was discovered floating upside
district engineer I the Nova Road within two weeks ition. County officials hope it will down Sunday. Piano Recital To
I And Max Brewer state road of the date the contract was executed proceed far enough so that the 4TTT Coroner Henry Thompson ruled
1! board member, has put into writing and that was early last contract for the balance of the r the deaths of Ezekial McKinney I Be Presented
i his pledge of an additional week. The work will begin in Orange road can be let for contract in rrw 75, and his son George McKinney -.
$500.000( and the 50, both of Lennox Boulevard Miss Beak will present thefollowing
t a ceiling on County where the road in- February or possibly March.
road Orlando, accidental. pupils in a pfeno re-
cost. tersects with Hwy. 520. The construction
I This puts the Nova Road into is all on property deed- NO JOB TOO BIG or too small They had been fishing in the cital Thursday December 19th,
the class of reality instead of ed to the county by Deseret when it comes to commercial ] south end of Lake Tohopekaliga at 8 p.m. in the auditorium at
when the accident occurred. Osceola High School.
talk. Farms of Florida Inc. printing. Call 847-2881 today
t Green was asked about Hwy. Chairman of the county com- and ask for Mr. Mears for free Searchers surmised that the tran- They include John Over-
I 530, Vine Street which county mission, Harris Daniel, disclosed estimates on your job work. < l som on which the motor was street Uda Partin, Lisa Year-
I commissioners are also pushing. that .the letter from Brewer You'll be glad you did. r.a.1 mounted was totted and the wood. David Michael. Jean
motor flipped as they tried to Brown Janfe Partin Roberta
KOWBOY CAGERS-Pictured above is the 1963-64 Osceola High School basket- start it. This caused the boat to Hankins Mark Sessions. Terry

ball team. Front row, left to right, Ray Cody, Tom Freisner, John Resslar, John overturn. Taylor. Neal Taylor, Ron Taylor -

Hand and Gary Land. Back row, Pete Fawbush, coach, Dave Smith, Larry Locke, The bodies of the two men Cathy Prentice, Danny Bass
were found about 150 feet apart Diane Partin, Donald Sewell,
Bob Magnaghi, Jim Flanagan and Alan Starling. Tuesday night they lost to Lake after more than 12 hours of drag- Wanda Paulk and Carol Sue
Wales bya score of 62-35 in their opening game of the season. They went into the ging b> members of the Osceola Paulk.

SbWFridays game after only three days of practice. High scorers for the Kowboys were Flana- County Sheriffs Department the The public is invited.

gan, 17; Starling 12; Magnaghi, 8. Lake Wales also won the junior varsity game 43 ------

to 30. (Photo by Eby) FIRESTONE

Thataway I Xi Alpha Phis CHRISTMAS RECORDSBy

Hold Gala Party
I Rise Stevens and Brian Sullivan
until 8:30
Grandmother Visits
p.m. I Xi Alpha Phi members, husbands
I and guests gathered at the 8100
-t- tome of Dr. and Mrs. Eugene JL
New GranddaughterBy I Speirs for a covered dish supper LP
I and a Christmas party Saturday
GOOLD'S DEPARTMENT STORE night. Are Now Available At
After dinner there was an exchange -
Mrs. J. W. Harper and daughter er.Evelyn Stewart has returned to for comical gifts by all. PAT ALLEN'S FIRESTONE
HERZBERG'S Debbie went to Gainesvilleto her home at Washington, D. C., Approximately forty-five were
visit the Murry Schmidts and after visiting relatives here for present for the festivity.All .
welcome I the Schmidt's new several days. members are urged to help
INGRAM'S STYLE SHOP daughter who was born last Wed Mr. and Mrs. Claude C. Berger decorate Friday night at the Elks "Jackson's"
nesday. Debbie returned to have arrived from Fremont, Ohioto Club for the annual Christmas sorority -
school but Mrs. Harper stayedon spend the winter. dance.
LUCILE'S to help take care of the baby. Birthday congraulations this

j,. " . Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Cole left week are being sent to .Juliane MINITITIARKET
,,:.< -:,. last week for Alequippa Pa., Miles Russell Edwards, Barbara Railroad Club
_.-. * where they were called by the Chaffin, J. A. Balding, Bobby
serious illness of Mr. Cole's sis Barrette, Elizabeth McConnell, Meeting
Buddy Dawkins, Haley Duke
ter.Mr. ST. CLOUD The Railroad
and Mrs. J. W. Bucknerof Mary Lasseter Mrs. Edgar -
Club will meet for their annual
MEN'S WEAR Knoxville, Tennessee, are vis- Glass, Ed Black. Ray Cody Rose
iting Mrs. Buckner's niece, Mrs.J. Bullock Ted Beard, Phil Kelley, Christmas party next Wednes 20 W. DAKIN AVE. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
W. Harper.Mr. Edward L. Fennell, Jr., Charles day (Dec. 18) for a potluck OPEN 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK
and Mrs. W.R. McClamrock .Johnson, Linda Rogers, Jim luncheon, noon, at the Community -
THESE STORES WILL ALSO BE OPEN THURSDAY arrived last week from Craw- Hunter, Maxine Johnson Rose House. All members are
fordsville. Ind., to spend the win- i Moore, Arthur Lanier Helen asked to bring a covered dish OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY -

AFTERNOONS UNTIL AFTER EASTER Bass, and Roy Alderman. Best for themselves or visitors.and for theirguests NEW LOW EVERY DAY PRICES.

City Court Has wishes to each of you. President Floyd Elliot of Kis- .......................................
Mrs. W. F. Deitrich of Mor-
And All Week Before Christmas, including Monday, Dec. 23 until 8:30 p.m. Busy DocketIn ristown. New Jersey arrived this simmee will conduct the business -
week for a visit with her daughter meeting and receive nomi BUSCH BAVARIAN [Plus ]
-- :- nations for officers to serve the DeposltJ7 9 4
--- Marilyn.Mr.
city court this week two 1964 term. The slate of officers
and Mrs. Ralph Wood of B E E R
youth Ronald and Gene Andrews
Moravia New York, arrived Sun- will be voted on at the Januarymeeting.
I were found guilty of vagrancy
and were given a 60 day suspended day home to on spend Neptune the winter Road. at their An invitation. is extended to ... .... ..........................

m sentence on the basis of good all who worked in C
The Duncan McFarlands mov- persons anyway Rag. Sirs
conduct. ed into their lovely new homein r ith the railroads, both in FRESH BREAD loaf
Marjorie Dowdy was found guilty -
of driving while intoxicatedand .. Renee. Terrace this week. Kiss mee and St.- Cloud. .................................
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was fined $100 or 30 days. z' VAR'r+!e - : 0 FRESH, GRADE "A" HOMOGENIZED

1 SA'VEWHERE Her for driver's 90 license, was suspended >> co'- .. -o
: days Tk y
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Mary C. Bell was found guiltyof I I 0 O.b<>
petty larceny and a fine of i O ;
/ YOUR $35 was suspended on condition cc .hG uJa.rtU V GALLON

that she never returns on the ,,, ,.
MONEY EARNS ( same charge. PRINCESS GARDNER> ) :tjJ { j JUG 90

Three were found guilty of
t H drunk and disorderly charges and'ined PRINCESS PRINCESS j [Plus Bottle Deposit]

$25 or 15 days. They were GARDNER ................................ '

4 % Jesse and Wilson Bradley Edges.Rebekah Clyde. B. Walden it 6 BOTTLE CARTON

Lodge To j Conb tH j [Regular 6-Oz Bottles]

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Kissimmee Rebekah 1 I 'J
[COMPOUNDED AND Lodge will entertain the presi- \ I
dent of the Rebekah Assemblyof lit .-- Plus Bottle Deposit]
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PAYABLE QUARTERLY] Florida Mrs. Margaret Wal- ( : 11 ........ ....................... .
ters of Tampa, with a banquetin
her honor at the Episcopal i IS . ]Jt GARDNERej "BAVARIAN SELECT"BEER
parish house Monday night at ,

6:15.Reservations may be made i FRENCH pu's'W, '; f.: 1

with Mrs. Elda Liedy 847-3045 J Contrasting interlaced FIt.\CII l iiKSE c

before December 14. J leather motif on Roma CowModern leaf pattern detailed J JJ 6 BOTTLE
The will be followedby
hide. Fashion colors. lovely pin seal grain cow- CARTONPlus
on 69 4
a meeting at 8 p.m. at theWoman's
Club. All Rebekahs are e* $750I hide. Fashion colors.
invited to attend.Methodist Plus lax Matching pieces J [ Bottle Deposit]

Matching pieces from from $2.95 559a J ................................

Choir Ii $3.50 .

Chancel Choir of the First

Savings and Loan Associa6onofOSGE0LA000lVIY Methodist of Mrs.Church E. under M. Jones the direction will J HUNTBROS. Is j

= KISSIMMEEI. _ST.: :-__CLOUD, present the "Christmas Hallele- 6 CAN
---' jab" cantata Sunday night at the 89
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.:::. ..;..n.:. rL -.! seven o'clock service. J
: Sololists will be Mrs. Robert ,
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and -
Miles Stanley Anthony.
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THEKISSIMMEE GAZETTE Reception HonorSt. y__ -4 : El Ela St. Cloud Club Hears

Cloud AuthorST. Graphic Book Review

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yr A Job H. Perry .w.,1'
CLOUD-On Monday De- ation. prophecy and politics all 4 ST CLOUD Woman's dub twin-men of the Hnoul (' istmav

Offices: 24-26 Stewart Are. i-ember 16th. from 8:00: to 9:30 these are involved in Christmas. numbers were delighted with a bazaar. 'c. 14. ask fl for

/ (I, '. Telephone 8472881Kntrred p.m., there will be a Reception Cyrus the Mede Alexander the graphic book review of A MIRACLE jewelry baked ejnotfc, etc Th

in the Old South Room of the Great;.Mark Anthony and Cleopatra "i t ar! IN THE MOUNTAINS hy Thrift Shop R always in need of

SI. Cloud Hotel, honoring the even these had their role H: i-netl Kane !Mrs. Robert<< Ffek, mow mcrchaiwttee.'

an Second: Clans Mall Matter Reverend Handel l H. Brown Pastor large or small in Christmas.The ( in her inimitable manner, dfc Refreshments were served by
y in th- Post Office at KUsimmee. F1a.S of the First Presbyterian book was written to en- ruvsed the biographical sketch of Circfc- 2 with Mine. Harold R

PC F I the life of Martha Berry whose Doane and Mrs Georgia Hotel
Church on the occasion of the courage people to study the
N Published Thursdays at Kissimmee Florida publication of his new book Bible. Copious Scripture references t life was; dedicated to the mountain chairmen, and Mmes. Everett

folk. Her efforts resulted in Arnold and Ralph Rhoades
h' "When Jesus Came. are given, illustrating or presiding -
I LEO SCHUMAKER This volume is a condensationof documenting the various facetsof the Boys' School, the Girls' at the festive autumn

( Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION the lectures which Rev. Brown the beloved narrative. Strippedof School and the College She truly table.

bI gave to his midweek Bible Study traditional cliches and senti- illustrated the motto "Not to be On December M the Fine Arts

I RATES group between September and mentality, the .events and char- t { ministered unto but to minister." Department will prgjtirt. a program

I Six months $2.50; one year, $4.00; two Tears $7.00 December of last year. It deals deters of the Christmas drama The program was arranged by of Chrfetma musk under

with the world and the people to come alive in sharp rellief the Library Committee and announced the direction of Mrs. Kiotts

\ 4 The KUsimnifo Gazette KI slmm.C". Fla., Thu"" ., Dec. 12, 1963 whom Jesus came. After describ- against the background of their lb by Mrs. J B. LaU<
Second- ing the historical economic and own times. Guests Mmes. Leon Lippincottof 4-H Club girls. qpMored by.tfv

Antique Automobile Tags 1 1To religious backgrounds ol the culture Before publication the manu- Si. Petersburg, and from Ohio club. Circle' Mn. J. W Gee!.

Show ScheduledThe Be Increased into which Jesus was born script was chosen by the Family Ralph Keller and Julius Hagl. y chairman will junn. as tea 0 ho"-
the author portrays the principal Bookshelf as their December s A weu welcomed by club presi- tesses.
second annual antique W. E. Pound tax collector announced characters of the Christmas bonus selection. The book is published dent. :Mrs. J. H. Watson. Devo John Falka. 1107 Montana Axe.

show has been scheduled for : yesterday that automo- frfom the emperor Augustus by the Wm. B. EerdmansCo. k tions and the Collect were kd by is now custodian of the dub

January 9th through the 12th at bile; tags for 1964 will go on sale in Rome to the simple Shepherds ., and is already on sale :Miss Zilda Heusinkveid; flag sa- buildings.
1 the Osceola County Art and Cul- at his office lute by Mrs Sally Austin and
on January 2nd. of Bethlehem. He shows throughout the country. This is
t lure Center. Reservations for special numbers how Christmas is made up of Rev. Brown's second Christmas America The Beautiful by Mrs.

1 Anyone in the area wishing may be accepted from De-
e to enter exhibits is invited to cember 15th through the 27th. carpenter, a priest, a prophet being a Book Club choice. :Mrs. Laughrey presented the FIRST
send a list of their items to The law additional 196-1 budget $4975.75 which was
requires an blood-thirsty kings and mysterious Everyone is cordially invited to
either Mrs. Albert Rogers or charge of $1.00 each for this Magi from the East. RevelEastern attend the Reception. accepted. One resignation was
: Mrs. George Bast. service. t granted with regret. :Many gifts NATIONAL

r Guards and police protection The price on the tags has been were received patients in tht-

f will be offered af the time of increased as follows: plain: How To SelectChristinas Mental Hospital. BANK

the showing. $22.17; W. 30.29; WW. 38.42; D, 1 s Appeals were made for voicesin

14.04; A. 11.33; R. $11.33. the Messiah rehearsals for

There will also be an increasein which are now held in the high

Uruguay truck tags which will be rated TreeMost school auditorium where it will KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

per hundred pounds. be presented Dec. 15. Some 60

Mourns members of the chorus are accompanied -
people buy the Christmas the most inexpensive. by Mrs. Gertrude

Art Group Met tree they were familiar with in They may be a little harder to Crispin at the piano and Mrs.

t President childhood. Throughout most of find but highest prices are paid TO APPEAR -Miss Joni Logsdon daughter of Mr. and Paul Krotts at the organ. Serving the

Tuesday NightAn America this will be the Douglasfir for special trees such as the blue Mrs. Arthur Logsdon will appear in the Central Florida Farming Interestsof
: or Scotch pine with the famil- spruce white and others Future Looks
Monday. November 23 was a enthusiastic met De- spruce Ballet Society's presentation of "Sleeping Beauty" Satur-
group iar Osceola
blue-green needles attachedall Countyfor
national day of mourning in Uruguay cember 3rd to form the new Os- around upturned twigs. mainly by nurseries. day night at 8 p.m. at Boone High School in Orlando. The Bright For Yeehaw
and expressions of genuine Surprisingly more than 80 percent Over 35 Year
ceola County Art Association Inc. will be
sympathy by "folks in all walksof Native Floridians may be more of the Christmas trees soldin company accompanied by the Central Florida

life" were observed by Bob During a busy session presidedover familiar with the red cedarourown America come from natural Community Orchestra. Joni is a junior at Osceola High The developers of Central

Cody' of I Kissimmee, currently on Earl Turner by temporary a charter president.and by- native entry in the Christ- woodlands and pastures rather School. (Photo by Eby) Acres a subdivision near Yee
mas tree market and fifth
editorial most than from Christmas tree planta- haw
an tour of South Am- really believe this crossroads
laws A nominat-
were popular tree in the nation
Ag- tions. Over 200,000 acres are devoted -
community is in for
ing committee was appointed and a
a letter to his mother, Mrs. will present the slate of officersfor ricultural Extension Service for- to producing this importantcrop Select Tree With boom such as has never before
ester Tony Jensen
points out. of
Josephine Cody 303 Mabbette election over 40 million trees and been seen in this county.
at next
Street. said meeting Whatever you buy, there are an annual income of $50 millionto
Cody that "How
which will be held 7th MfMHI Front Al DrrOwTINttHUNCI
several considerations that will While
could growers. they are talking like
it happen in the U.S.? Stiff Branches CMNHUTON
at Arts and Cultural Center.
the affect the price. Of if
was the question frequently asked course, you developers, it would appear that
All those interested in promot buy a tree not native to Floridaor there is some substance to the -
He described the assassination the and educa- Each of the common speciesof Freshness is importantin
ing appreciation the very
South the price will
prob- City Gets optimism, and they have plunked -
.. as "terrible" and added. tion of art in the community are ably be much higher. It may Christmas trees available to selecting a tree. Jensen warns down a lot of hard, cold dollars CompleteGROVE
and "for these folks eve nworse' welcome and invited to attend. cost as much as $3 to ship a Florida families this year has against buying any tree that has in Central Acres' streets.

Charter membership be opento tree across country and into your FederalFunds its own advantages that shouldbe browned needles. A discoloredtree
Cody' added that the attitude of those joining at the January living room. weighed. is beginning to dry out. Sometime within the next few

the people: of Uruguay was "a meeting. Tree costs are affected not only According to Tony Jensen, as- Many people wait until the days, Leo Sham of Florida Com- SERVICE

real tribute to the regard our by the transportation cost but sistant forester with the Agri- last minute to buy a Christmastree munity Developers said ground

country has in their mindsandthe by size and quality. cultural Extension Service so that it will have & good will be broken for the first home

regard they had for Kennedywho Beta Club Names There are three recognized U. City officials have been in- Douglas fir, Scotch pine, spruce appearance on Christmas Day in Central Acres. This in itself

has! great" popularity in Latin Seven New MembersThe S. standards-actually four if formed the federal governmenthas and red cedar will be found and through the remaining holi- would not mean much but this

America you count culls of Christmastree authorized $12,000 for pre- most readily on Christmas tree days. Actually just the oppositemay home will also be the first Individual

Cody' has spent about two Beta Club of Osceola grades. U.S. Premium trees liminary planning of a storm lots and in stores. be true. Trees kept at house to bo built in

weeks in Argentina and Uruguay High School has asked seven stu- are fully branched dense and drainage program here. The spruce usually has good stores or on lots are not keptin Yeehaw.

with a few days in the region of dents to join the club. Those who symmetrical, and can be viewed The grant was the second to green coloring and stiff branches. ideal conditions-kept cool When Home's opened it (-
Mar del Plata with Dr. Al War- were announced to the student 'from all sides. U.S. No. 1 (Choice) be received by the city for pre- These strong limbs and twigsare and watered. It is better to buy needed up
many more employes
nick and family formerly of theUniversity body last Friday at the pep rally have fairly dense branches with liminary planning work by Smith important in holding a big from early shipments and place than the entire population of the G. M.
of Florida and now & collection of If the tree in a bucket of waterin
Gillespie ornaments.
include Gale Boyd. Judy Posey. complete faces"-such as Jacksonville an engineering you community. Now the operatorsrun
engaged in agricultural research Delia Carter. Gary Hileman Foy might be suitable for use in 0 a firm employed by Kis- plan a highly ornamented tree the garage or storeroom. It their own Vplkswagon bus HUGHEYGROVE

in'Uruguay.r -: Hoffman. Rob Magnaghi and corner or against a wall. U. S. simmee. spruce should be given strong will keep better than on the lot back and forth between here and)
After a visit to--tha ..ArgentineKing Susan Wade.Membership. No. 2 (Standard) trees are symmetrical The first grant was for $$ooo consideration.But . and you will probably' have a Vero"Beach to haul Homes SERVICE 8MANAGEMENT
.Ranch he will proceed to in the Beta Clubis but sparsely branched for a preliminary study for a spruces have some dis- better selection if you' buy ear ployes. em

Chile on his return leg of the based upon scholastic achieve. with a gooseneck (long clear street program. advantages to ,consider. They ly.Trees
tnp Cody is 'editorial director of be kept longer if And the future need for hous- .1 Sp..d, Boom A Hand
ment as well as character. A list stem area between whorls of There has also been an authorization tend to loose their needles quickly. may
La Hacienda, fifty-year-old Span. little soluble fertilizer is addedto ing appear to be even greater Spraying .
of all seniors and juniors with branches). Culls are trees with for funds for a sewer And one of the most common a .
ish-language farm monthly pub the water in which the tree Shain said the turnpike is establishing FcrtfMxing A Darting
an over-all B average was givento major defects, thin candlestick- system improvement plan. of the spruces, the white .1 Mechanical Hoeing, Bank
lished in Kissimmee since the the teachers. A candidate had shaped firs and pines and spruces When and if the streets and spruce, has a strong odor whichis stands. About a teaspoon of fertilizer a big maintenance shopat Ing A CultivatingFor
first of this the of water Yeehaw and a service plaza
year.It to
to have at least five favorable with excessive goosenecks. storm drainage program are objectionable to some people. quart
is the fourth the-spot ed- comments from the teachers before Since price will vary with completed the cost will have Firs have rich green coloringand should do the job. will be located about five milesor PrsonaHzd Service
itorial tour made by a staff editor For an added margin of fire so south of here. These will
he was thought about as a height it is often a mistake to totaled $1.5 million. they generally hold needles
from Kissimmee since Cody member. The resulting list was 'use this as a guide. The qualityof Bill Johnston. Kissimmee civil much better than spruce trees. safety-since trees become highly employ between 70 and 100 people Doncgan A..., $Kistimm*

Publications, Inc., assumed con submitted to the Executive Com- the tree should be used as a engineer is expected to work Fir branches are not as stiff as inflammable as they dry out Shain said he has been told. ,

trol of the publication. mittee of the club. This committee standard for price. with Smith & Gillespie.BUY spruce and are more apt to be -treat the tree with a solutionof -- - ,- --- --

Scotch pines are weighted down by the decora- ammonium phosphate either
also screened the names and generally higher -
Christian Church dropped several from the list than red pines and the firs. tions. through the trunk or by spray- VE-n

Finally the list was given to the Red cedar, which is native to FROM THE The Scotch pine and other ing the entire tree.
Plans ProgramsST. club for its vote. The above men- Florida and Virginia pine are GAZETTE ADVERTISERS pine trees have a good fragranceand For treating through the ,
trunk dissolve the chemical in
their branches are stiffer w
tioned several - --
people have ful '- --
CLOUD-Many a
water at the rate of one pound
refilled all these requirements and than fir trees. Pine trees also
planned for this month at
1l.2 of water. Use a
retain needles better than eitheof pints ,
Christian Church: have been invited into the Beta StarHoldsAdvance rquantity
of ammonium phosphate
Helpmates class will meet Dec. Club of Osceola High School.At the other two species.But CARL MURPHY :
equal to one-fourth thee
pines often lack good color -
the meeting held Tuesday
19 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. OWNER
weight of the tree. It should taketht"
evening, the new members were and some fail to provide th 0 Lzfs n' .r +s='''' r ;
Howard Sharpe. Girls and boys NightST. tree three to four days to .
traditional Christmas ;;
appeal as-
will exchange gifts costing no voted upon. Following this Mrs. sociated with and fir by absorb the material. [ )l-W 347321ajj J
Margaret Bast showed slides and
more than 30c. On the' same date For faster flameproofing, dis- it! BE laJ A: -"-' ;>av MI.IJUMH'HJI ... -
the Willing Workers class will gave a very interesting accountof CLOUD Mrs. Grace |Cann.. organist; Gladys Linton. some people. f'E
meet at the home of Mr.. and her recent trip through South Strickland presided as worthy ]Electa; Estelle Hayes warder.: solve one ounce of ammonium Post Off he Box 143 Kksmm! Ice Cream phosphate in a half gallon of ;
Mrs. Will Mann. America. matron of Advance Night St. Two Keys for You a delightful .4Sili'1T.: yS:2'w'2C'T4 Ma+ ;aCTwav&i'w .* ,
water and the tree
The Church Christmas Programwill Cloud Chapter 46 Order of East- ; courtesy, was given to honor Tourney HeldST. using whatever equipment is
em Star. Other line officers to Ethel
'advanced' officers by Mrs
be presented on Dec. 22 at CLOUD The weekly ice available. About a half gallon
7:30 Mrs. Mary Madisonand Church Elects advance were Oren Van Delinder. ;Shumate worthy matron and o vKS: c.- r-...s
p.m. cream tournament at Shuffleboard of this solution will coat an en-
worthy patron; Mae Wood La- |her officers assisted by Mildred
Mrs. Nona Mann are in Court had a full house-all tire eight-foot tree.
New 0
Monda. associate Substi-
Vestrymen matron. ]Leach and Louise Nickerson.
charge of the children's part and courts were filled. Simon and Zel- Spraying is faster, but not as
tute officers Lewis Hirtzel
were With star formation around the
the choir will present the Christmas Five new ma Young, Granvill Snapp and effective as the absorption method. -
vestrymen were associate patron; Gertrude Hughes ;altar Together was and the
sung .
in Refreshmentswill S. "
story availableat
song. The chemical is
elected Sunday night when St. conductress; Grace Smith, keys of teamwork, harmony Ernest Lambert supervised the nun JAMES HUTCHINSON
be served at the close of John's Episcopal Church held its associate conductress; Helen: Me trust, love and direction were given play. most garden supply stores. Ail........ ....... for.lhr
the program. the Blacks But regardless of the flame- .
Champions ,
annual parish meeting. to the honored officers. Gifts were ESTATE PL.w wn. Su--R IP.S4iAN
Junior girls class have their Named for three year terms John P. Beilman were also presented and Mrs. with a score of 4440. Mr. and proofing no Christmas tree will
Christmas party scheduled for were Bill Wallis J. C. Bordekm orchids Mrs. Snapp honoring their first be fireproof or completely safe.
Strickland to
Friday afternoon. December 20, and Leo Schumaker. Elected for Now In MarylandJohn presented. wedding anniversary furinished Lights should never be left on METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
at the home of their teacher. one those advancing.Mrs. candy bars to the Reds who scor- when there is no one in the Orrtea 2U3 IVOwT... MA'A Aveu.. o.LA'.OO ..A.
year terms were Glenn Ray Eva Wright a past matron ...._ ...
Mrs. Barbara Sharpe. P. ed 4106 points.In room when people have left the A. : 9'4 ETT .rasa '_ ... "L.A.
and Earl Murphy. Beilman. Jr., aviation of Vermont. 13 past matrons
The Youth Group, Crusaders the individual house, or overnight.
scoring. Leona
In technician
addition to a report on the third class. and one past patron were intro-
for Christ will have their Christmas church budget reports were, given USN son of Mr. and Mrs. JohnP. duced. Two petitions for degrees Hilton with a score of 61 and

party Saturday Dec 21, at en all the church's activitiesfor Beilman of 211 Puincianni circle were accepted. Alice Cooper. Jack Grimshaw with 67 were

7:30 p.m. In the church annex. the past year. Kissimmee, is serving with chaplain reported visits to Lucy high.A LET US SOLVE :
Young people of the church will new tournament was start- I
The meeting was preceded by Early Warning Training Blackman Ida Cunningham and
conduct the evening service a covered dish supper Unit. Atlantic at the Naval Air Eloise Bock. A son of Frances ed Dec. 11 at 1:30 p.m. AH

F Dec. 29. Station, Patuxent River Md. Caruse Is recovering from sur shufflers who have never won a Your Gift Problem ,

Chicken BarbecueTo The unit recently received a gery. Mrs Katherine Burrows trophy were eligible. There will
HOSPITAL WORK grade of "outstanding" in its an- contributed to the birthday box. be four trophies for the ladies MAIL-A-WAY GIFTS
(Continued from page 1)) Be ServedA nual Administration and Material Cards were sought to rememberthe and four for men.

oxygen and vacuum system is inspection. birthdays of Olive Harris 99 Eva Wright, publicity chairman From The
chicken barbecue will be given stated "After this column P .
piped to each room and audio The inspection is a check of on Dec. 3 and Lucy Blackmun. J y :
went to
at the Holy Redeemer church last week
visual nurses call communication the administrative 92 December 16. press we _
hall December 15th from 12 noon and equipment learned of the death of Carl Lind- JELLY FACTORY -'
system.A. condition of a particular com- Garden Cities Chapter 210 extended
to 2 quisL Our
A sterile supply supportingthe pan.Everyone mand. It is designed to deter- an invitation for Friend sympathy is with \
is invited to attend. Hilda his wife"
surgical nursing service has mine whether and how well a ship Eve Dec. 27.
been added and the clinical laboratory halL Tickets may be obtained at the command is following the latest Annual Bazaar of O.E.S. will JELLIES --'. \

and x-ray facilities have directives concerning various open at 8:30 a-m. on Dec. 12. A

been expanded. methods of operation. turkey dinner will be served be- 1 :
Eleven' new bathrooms have at 11
Chorus To Present The unit's primary mission is ginning a.m. J
been added and the bed capacityhas Wanted: 80 persons for a free
to train flight and
been increased by nine. The Handel's "Messiah"The sonnel in all phases of airborne per- day's outing to Cape Coral devel- .' CANDIES
entire facility will have vinyl wall opment. Dec 16-for additional
covering from floor to ceiling. All Osceola County Festival] early warning operations. information contact Grace Strick- .

private- rooms will have showers Chorus will present its sixth an- land or Esther Ainsworth in person t
and baths. New floors will be nual concert of selections fromHandel's Green Clovers or by telephone. 2-2172. Shippers of Fine Fruit-Ideal For Gift

laid throughout.The Messiah at 3:00 p.m. Mmes. Mildren Leach Louise

walls of the main kitchen Sunday in the St. Cloud High Held MeetingThe Nickerson and Mary Ann Campbell cfb Delivered Prices Start at $1.50

and dietary service are walled School auditorium. The Messiah served refreshments inrecreation the f. \

with ceramic tile from floorto chorus is sponsored by Womants last hall at the close ofthe .'
meeting oL the Green ImxtlfA { '
of disc
Smtrtttt a .rata- Direct From Factory Gift
S Pecks
ceiling. Adjoining this is the dub.Soloists. Clovers 4-H Club was held at meeting.The bas M Centnljemr !..: 1le flplt'Fleril .. Shipped e

new personnel and visitors dining are from Orlando and the home of Suzie Cripe on December annual Christmas party f. ail, _ loUr hest(
room which Is brightened witha Streeps Music will furnish the 4. will be held at the December 19 ,. . b y MgigJ&m h the trely..ssigs. Write or Call for Catalog.

mural depicting a French balcony piano and organ. Samuel E. meeting. Gifts for the Masonic Ji.i.g.0". '.. ,
scene. Wood will direct the chorus with Most of the 4-H girls had their Home win be presented along : -:'" ,. G;. :; :

Then to add to the comfort a Mrs. Paul Krotts at the organ skirt material all ready to get with an exchange of presents by rw a... a. ,

complete{ new' heating and air and Mrs. Carroll J. Crispin at started. We win have bright those attending. Mmes. Strick- .i L" ) ESPER PRODUCTS DeLUXE I
conditioning system has been installed the piano. green skirts and white blouses. land LaMonda and Caruso were - .

which will take care-of Rainbow Girls will. serve as The next meeting wfll 'be' held appointed on a committee to plan r.De....... MILE NORTH OF KISSIMMEE ON ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL t
the ,entire' 'ho pitalY ushers. December 18. the party. t.-' .w.own.

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-, .' Dt'tI% 1963 5Kissimmee I Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Horning -
Yellow Solids ElgtaOLEO
Motor CourtII Mr. and Mrs. Alfred AnnoH,
Kentland, Indiana were callers of EAV ,
Mr. and Mrs. George Wright Sun-

Ii Winter Residents day Mr.afternoon.and Mrs. Everett Gilbert

attended the Hollar Chevrolet

party in Orlando Saturday even- ___ _
p Have Busy DaysBy ing. Mrs. Gilbert won a floral
centerpiece as a prize.. SIRLOIN
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stevensonare

-By LORAN B. GLEADALL St. Cloud for medical treatment. spending several days with
ui Mrs. Nettie their son Mr. and Mrs. Charles I LIlO Steaksu.8&
Mr. and Mrs. Ruford Anderson: Lansing. Orlando'was Stevenson in Orlando. ;
Winter Haven were Thursday afternoon calling on friends in the
There four tables of 500
sp"J Court were
callers of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon. Mrs.
one of 500 rum and one of canasta FULL CUT
Frank HaH.Mesdames Lansing was a former resident of BONELESS ROUND
h.or Winifred Bell and the Court. in play at the card party Friday Limit; 2 wh $5.00 eder or ....*
Inez Stiner were Orlando visitors Pfc. Gregory Smith Ft. Bragg. evening. pTR
or Monday. N.C. arrived Monday to spend Mesdames Pearl Cortright, Everett 5 tea k Y. 8 8;
Gilbert Samuel Crawl and s
thm Mr. and Mrs. George Robbins, some time with his mother Mrs.
Orlando were visiting Mr. and Everett Gilbert before leaving for John Frazier were visitors in Or- Quantity+ Righto Reeeryed' Price Good thru Dec 14 fc 111

fc Mrs. Samuel Crowl on Friday. a new assignment in Germany. lando Thursday.: T-BONE
Mrs. Violet Hosier was a Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Acker Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wells son
urday dinner guest of Mr .and were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Grov-
( Mrs. Charles A. Young. LakeShore !r Aldridge in Melbourne Mon- worth John Frazier and Mr. and 5 tea k L*. 9 8 ;
Mrs. Harold Gleadall enjoyed a 5
Drive. They spent the afternoon jay.Mr.
in Orlando.Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cornell fishing trip to Melbourne Thurs Fryer Parts 3 91

I and Mrs. Conrad Seyfriedwere laughters Mrs. Gladys K. Babion. day.Mr.. CHUCK
and Mrs. Charles Schrader
Sunday dinner guests of Plant City and Mrs. Hazel Baker -
Mrs. Leona Akenhead. Muskegon, Michigan were called on William Ross Sunday
t visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gil- Mr. Ross is a patient in the Orange Roast.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Galbreath. JWMT PREMIUM lONfLESC 48'
Memorial Orlando.Mr. '
t Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Richmond bert and Mr. and Mrs. Everett
I Gilbert Sunday evening.Mrs. . and Mrs. Walter Ames, .
were Wednesday evening guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burkhold- Nate Butler, sister of Kissimmee and their peon Russell,
George Wright is a patient in the Barnesville, Alabama were Sun- Ham Can
er.Mr.. and Mrs. Jake Balding Osceola Hospital as a medical pa- day dinner guest of Mr. and iibs.
Mrs. A. P. Freeman.Mr. .
spent Saturday with the latter'ibrother tient.Mr. 38
and Mrs. William Gordon ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. and Mrs. M. G. Brown
Nehls, Orlando.Mr. Harrisburg, Pa. and Mr. and were business visitors in Orlando .
i and Mrs. Claude Smith Mrs. Ed Watts, Richford, New Monday morning.
entertained -
Mrs. C. F. Litten and Mrs. FRESHER GROUND, 100% PURE BrtF
Mr. and Mrs. William York arrived in the Court during -
Eichorst as their dinner guestsin the past week to spend the Jack McNall attended a luncheonof 4 LB.CAN $298 '
the Kings Daughters Sunday G
Orlando Monday. winter. of 5 'L 1"
School Class of the Methodist
Howard Senecal is a patient in Mr. and Mrs. John Frazier and r.
Dr. TindaU's.Geriatrics Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Andy Walworth Church Monday noon.WinnDixie .
:- spent Sunday in Orlando.Dr. .
.. and Mrs. C. F. Littell call-
BROASTEDCHICKEN ed on Mrs. Mae Yaples in Or- Sales
lando Thursday.Mr. Show IncreaseAn
and Mrs. Franklin Smith
FREEZETTE and daughter Pam, Atlanta, increase of 4.37 percent in
Georgia visited the formers Uncle sales was recorded by Winn-Dix 5$ Extra Testfww Stew*
DRIVE-IN Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Holcomb ie Stores during the 20-week per WfTHTHtt COUPON AMD fUROVJECPMM
I Friday evening. iod ended November 16 compared ft-L Pno. FOC. PAM-MK
I with the corresponding perioda BroaHrefl tHMntji
year ago.
The Winn-Dixie 20-week sales
volume totaled $323,152,938 as anutbuHe AT ANY WINM0UMH.lK
1 1
compared with $309,629.090 a
year ago an increase of 13523. .UKThrifty

i during the 4-week period
Family Service :ended November 16 totaled $66

',394.713 as compared to 65890.189 TomotoKETCHUP Maid Enriched ; Deep South 51 Extra TM rtl.4tu I '
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experience -
I period in 1962. The 4-week totalin EVAP. MILK Peanut Butter
the importance
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important that the family be AT ANY
normal for this period in 1963.
MEMBER. together, out of view of others attend The increase was $504,524 or .77 lOT. 8 I CAN J j 24-oz. 9
THE OF ORDCft 711E6OLDEM ing. . as in our private family room. percent.The company which operates lAY SAVI i JAR

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III RlEDEL stores and eight wholesale i Extra T f Vibe SIMMS
units in operation, compared with LIMIt X wfth $S. ..., r MON UntH 10 at thfc price, pUoM.& j Save 16* Each at this price WTTHTm COUPON AND PURCHASE
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'J!I' The 7 << KIssimmee Gazette Klsslp* neet FUu, Thars, Dec, it, 1963Elementary bunk and got on it Mrs. Dyals
made us get off Then we sat lI In .
School News I he chairs. -

What I Liked Best-by Gregory

: 1 Christmas KnoxI liked the sentry dogs best. SHRIMPIn A Basket
Program .
They did tricks for us. If somebody
was in the A.F. Base they FREEZETTE
would kill him. When they get DRIVEINCARAVELLE'
: Highlight P-TA too old they have to put them
away. The man that said so had '
a smile on his face. If I had been
r By PEGGY BRADBURY Feuerstein has met with a hardworking him I wouldn't have had so big I I
r Principal Louis Feuerstein announced group of faculty members of a smile on my face. He was
that 49 students from the after school in I
the aftertroops. the who
man was training the
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fourth, fifth and sixth grades; These folks have been :
.1 r were named to the Honor Rol]]I compiling the mammoth Accred- dogs.McCoy A.F.B. Trip by Margaret A PRODUCT OF BULOVA
r for the current six weeks grading: itation Report required by the Underwood
period. State Department of first
Education. low-cost
r I saw some sentry dogs today.
Receiving honors It is
in hard
recognitionf I to imagine the many Sentry dogs are guard dogs. They
r for scholastic excellence are the hours and careful evaluation that I looked fierce. A man came into Quality watch
L r following boys and girls. goes into a report of this propor- i the cage where they were being
FOURTH GRADE-Scott Schu. ion which covers our entire scholastic
r trained. He had on a suit full of
r maker, Pamela Hennecy, Martyn program from the physical stuffed cotton. The dogs came up
LONG I Somers, Patricia Frakes, Sally facilities and through the com to the man and tried to bite him
Schmidt, Jeffrey King, PaulaCarroll plete teaching program. through the suit They didn't WATERPRMF'
Julie Badders, Holly For This Accreditation Committeeis make it. They did some tricks
LUXURIOUS rester, Karen Hale Rose Marie composed of the following. for us. They were being trainedto
Kenton Mark Medley James Principal Louis Feuerstein, jump through a big hole, over
SOFAS .J Shepherd, Carol Baskett, Jackie Mrs. Sadie Reese Mrs. Ruth Ab barrels, and up steep hills.
Da rrell, Susie Burton Cindy Hazel bott,1.frs. Pat Tilley Miss Elaine I also saw a KC-135 and a RC- tt t I
I Denny Willingham, Catherine [knight, Mrs. Alice Grissom, Mrs 141 airplane. The KC135 is a re- l b e.wu Z!
Christian, Winnie Couldrey, Corona Terry Phay Mrs. Mary Dyals, fueling plane. A RC-141 is a Radar "
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I Patterson and Rene McLeod Miss Mary Ellen Carter, Mrs. plane. The refueling plane r03e
FIFTH GRADE John Miller, Mary Frances Prather, Mrs. gives other planes fuel or gas. 4.
Melanie Scholl Judy Smith, Sal Jean Donahue, and Mrs Laura The[ Radar plane goes and sees SHvCK '"?
ly Garner Martha Fletcher Miller. if an unknown plane is coming RESISTANT "
Sheila McCall Connie Irving, Dr. Tom Blain visited his son toward America. If there is
FOR EXTRA ELEGANCE, THE LONG SOFA WITH CUSTOM-LOOK Yvonne Badders Vinnie Goldino, Gregg's room and gave a tbrought a man calls the unknown plane one. I. . .

SPACIOUSNESS AVAILABLE IN VARIED STYLES, EXQUISITE COVERINGS. Randy Koger Connie Lunsford, about our teeth. He a to see if he is nice or if he is Oittinclnr sStclrl
Rooney Scarlette Hudson, large set of teeth and a toothbrush an enemy. styling plu* ruff ,
SO COMFORTABLE EVEN TO PRICE. Jackie Stoddard and Brenda Rye. and gave a nice demonstration The weather tower was the .d construction
SIXTH GRADE-Mike Ward, Teacher, Mrs. Pat Red most fun. We got to go almost to PrecllionIe.electmove"'e"t,
I Ann Glass Tanya Perry. Penny grave and the level four and five the top. There was a lot of stairs $10.95
: Goodrich, Paula Shore Suzanne children enjoyed Dr. Blain's visit going up there. When we got up
.' --} "" '; Y Fletcher Bill Fraser Brenda The fourth grade of Mrs. Mary there Ae walked along outside on FROM ONLY
7 ,0':. : Bradley Sandra Bowden, Bruce Dyals toured McCoy Air ForceBase the edge.
iii Bcgany Danny School and Debra last week. The students had
: Northrop.The been[
studying about planes in
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,',i'<. :-, -,,. December meeting of the science. Mrs. Charles Eggers Thomas Evans To
I PTA will be held this Thursday, Mrs. Edgar L. Dailey and Mrs Fill
the 12th at 7:30 in the Cafeteria. Barclay accompanied the grout Post
". Highlight of the meeting will be The children watched the sentry Thomas PRINCESS. Cits.
L. Evans has been .
!1 the musical Christmas program dogs, visited the weather station sic design Slack.rsststsnt .
acting principal for Os
''t A 1 W presented by Mrs. Jean Donahueand and went through two planes ceola High School for the balance unbreakable and
her music'pupils from levelsone They tried out the pilot's seat mainspring
of the school
J ; eight and nine. all seats in fact and even the He has been year.serving in tha J12J5
L The program will i include bunks too. capacity since the death of ByronHileman.
Jingle Bells, Rhythm Band; Announcer After the boys and girls returned He came to Osceola to JI'a
ys Gary Larson; Rudolph, to school these storieswere become assistant principal. a +
solo by Kit Evans; Announcer written about the trip. a .i
The school board confirmed his
I Johnny Carroll; Up On the House The Sentry Dogs and Airplanes -
appointment assistant
t as princi
; ; solo by Janie Dyer and -by Mike LuckeyWe
pal for this year.
'H Badders; Announcer Lee went to McCoy A.F.B. and Born In Gainesville he attended -
; pwDa II bley. ; Announcer Margaret we saw the sentry dogs. They P. K. Yonge High School andearned ?
; Accordion solo, Silent .were fierce and vicious. A man his bachelor of science degree *8
by Danette Larson; Ribbon came out with a suit on. He and masters degree a t
., I nce. (English Folk Game). made a dog mad so the dog came Florida.He e q
', '.. Class; What Child is This, Girls after him and he bit the suit, butit taught physical educationand
: Chorus;; Adeste Fidelis Chorus: didn't hurt the man. The man driver education at Engel .
'. I Drummer Boy, Boys Chorus with shook his hand but it didn't hurt wood High School in Jacksonville
: :''<\ :; ; J solo 1 by Lee Graves; Santa Claus him. And we then went to the before taking over the responnibilities .
: is Coming to Town, Chorus; The I weather station. Then we went of administrative assist 'OAUEOH. Wattr
Twelve Days of Christmas Chorus to see two airplanes. We went ant at Osceola. proof*, shock re
: 1 ; We Wish You a Merry inside to look around. Precision expansion
; I Christmas Chorus. Mrs Mary Our Visit-By Glenda BennettI I a i itwel movement$14.M
$ .., o r Ruth Rogers is the pianist for went to see the McCoy Air Katherine Condit 1
the program. Force Base. First we went to
: f< ... t1P Attractive program covers were see the sentry dogs. They went Passed Away
V made by the children. These will through a short tunnell and Mrs. Katherine Mason Conditpassed
( be distributed at the PTA jumped through some barrels.
ALL STYLES AND MAKES 7 n I meeting. Next we went to the weather Methodist away Hospital in the Indianapolis Thursday ROBERSON'SREXALL

.. The last day of school before tower. We went up 70 feet. Everybody There DRUG
)._ TO CHOOSE FROM i Christmas were no survivors.
Holidays will be December was scared. Next we Mrs. Condit
was a winter rest-
I 20. Children will return went through airplane KC-135 847-4531
dent staying at the Tropical Ho
I. to school January 6. and then we went through air- 305 BROADWAY30OFF
.., For quite some time Principal plane RS.141. We girls saw a tel.Burial was in Madison, Indiana
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Garden Club News cut linn. '. I Ttw KlvsimnMf. ttazrttc KlsKiirnwc, ....., Thar* flee 1!. 1963 7
Water hyacinth-.rafts, have ..
been attracting an__. nds of water I Delegates Attend
birds to feed in their masses. Cancer Unit ",
Ways To Prepare Of particular interest to this re- Religious Assembly
porter have been the flocks of
Jimpkins. A venturesome pair r ': Holds Delegates from the Kfewimmw
vPoinsettias Told came to the boat basin also MeetingPete congregation are .toftying this
rails, coots and Florida ducks. week to attend a three-day religious -
.: "The Blooming Circus", K. G. Hunt called the recent Rooney discussed his plans for assembly being held at
Ity SAI.I.Y fOOPKKRIDKRThoiv end into hot wax, then into G Flower Show will be April. meeting of Osceola County Omcer the educational program and the SebrfctK Air Terminal Indus

." ;uv iluw ways to prciviiv water. 18th.The Unit to order and asked Mrs. with Mrs. Russell to help him trial Park. This is the winter
-I Poinsollias for use in flow- Scraping the bark from about K. G. C. Tour of Homes Florence Chitwood to give the with the workload has set a goalof assembly of Jehovah's witnesses
'.' or .u"angI 1) a rls. The hot water five inches of the cut end, then will be Feb. 6th. invocation. fifty-six educational programsfor Florida OrcuH No. 8.
nit-1htxl involves putting the cut placing in water.It The Daylily Circle's Decem- Several special guests were in- 1964-and hopes to schedule More than 1.000 delegates
muls of the stems immediately seems as if stopping the ber meeting is Wednesday Dec. loduced and welcomed: Eddie these progra-is between now from 17 congregalionft are ex-
into scalding water. Then put bleeding keeps the blooms fresh. 18th 9:30 a.m. at the home of Dinsmore, a director who will and the first two weeks of April pected to attend the assembly
into cold'water.. This seals the Mrs. Earl Lau recommends Mrs. Wm. Sippel, Neptune Rd. II serve as Crusade container chair- which is the date set for the Crusade -which is sponsored by the
end to prevent the bleeding of soaking the ground around the The circle will make Christmas ..., J t. .;: man for Kissimmee; Gertrude M. Campaign. Watehtower Bible and Tract Society
I he sap. plant and stripping off the unwanted favors under the direction of < Woods and Helen Wichmann, both Tentative plans for an exhibitat of New York.
Another' way is to dip the cut. leaves the day before Mrs. Duncan McFarland, Ther- YOUTH CENTER-The youth advisory board hopes to of Kissimmee and work with the the Kissimmee Valley Live-
apy Chairman. Mrs. Beauchamp Orange Gardens Cancer stock Show and Fair made.
have the new room at the Kissimmee Youth Center fin- group on were
Steffee is cohostess.The Closet supplies Winifred Mrs. Ruth Watson Senior Class To
; Thompson reporting on
ished in time for the Christmas The which
The Gloriosa Circle's annual holidays. patio and Pearl Cory both associated St. Cloud Loan closet, said the
< Footlight Theatre Guild Play Christmas plant exchange will measures approximately 75x40)) is being enclosed with with the group at closet is well stocked at the moment Present PlayThe
be held at the home of Miss funds furnished partly by the city and partly by contribu Brown's Trailer Park making except for lap covers and
"Death Takes A Holiday" Lola Lawler. The program will tions. The addition has been sorely needed for some time. dressings for the St. Cloud Loan large pads.At Osceola High School senior

be presented by Mrs.-I. W. Marshall I 307 people were crowded into the small dancing area last Closet; Mrs. Bessie Williams, the suggestion of Jim Roon class will" present "Speakingof
a Christmas story. Mrs. representing the Loan Closet ey board members voted to Murder. a detigMfcd mystery
., Originally. Scheduled for This Week Gertrude Williams is co-hostess. I weekend. (Photo by Eby) workers at St. Cloud Trailer meet again at Mrs. Mac's on January by Audrey and William Roos on
The Rose Circle meets today Park. 14 for campaign planningand December 13th and 14th.
.. : -HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL 10:00 a.m., with Mrs. Albert I Jim Rooney, county educational re-cap on his edfucational The play cast will be made up
Rogers, The Hibiscus Circle with ''T chairman introduced Mrs. program. by Shelia Daniel. Mark Lurie
; THURS. FRI. and SAT. Mrs. Ed Neid, 2:30 p.m. Lois Russell, who will work with Board members present were Randy Beard. Diane Livingston,
JANUARY 16-17 and 18th Now is the time to- him as educational chairman for Eddie Dinsmore Pete Hunt, Dennis Jewell. Dianna Reedy
Plant fall annuals during the i St. Cloud. Ruth Watson, Bessie Williams and David Woods.
dry weather. Miss Helen McKay field rep- Mable Ellison, Bill Journigan The curtain rises at 8:00: p.m.
I resentative out of the Tampa Jim Rooney, Hester Powell Flor in the high school auditorium
division ence Chitwood Ruth Tickets will be sold at the door.
rEDERAL office complimented Padgett
I : 11 =: osacuI The price will be students 50c
the Unit on the excellent publicity Miss I. C. Johansen, and Mrs.
I -" s.w.GS ,. 1M TIOII _ COUNTY coverage in four newspapers.Mrs. Louis Berson. and adults 100.
J.H. Watson, Jim Rooney
H and Mrs. Louis Berson reported 1
briefly on the state meeting of j
Florida Division ACS. held in
.. 4WORK Tampa Nov. 1617. Each delegatewas j J

...' impressed by the attendance J J
of national speakers and by the
number of physicians who spoke
--'- and who take an active part in 1 j

? PROGRESSES-Work is progressing on the demolition the success of the state division.
of the old Tropical Hotel to make room for the It is hoped that next year three J

a new First Federal Building on Broadway. A sign was other delegates will represent ,
: Osceola County so they too, may J
erected this week mark the site of the
to new facility. The benefit from the sessions. J
ruins of the hotel may be seen in the background. (Photo Bill Journigan, treasurer, said !
by Eby) he has been informed that the J
FROM request for a new wheel chair 1 ,
has been approved. He also said ,
that Campaign funds, until the J
$ 95 drive is completed will be keptin r J

H, 29 up !\ S banks.Pop both Kissimmee Orchestra and St. Cloud J J J :r J J,

Entertains KASTAt j J ; J

the meeting of the Kissim- j, Ji ,

mee All States Tourist dub Tuesday I iA
night it was announced that -
no meetings will be held December J tY
Firestone Home & Auto 24th and 31st and that the
SupplyPAT MINISTERIAL OFFICERS -Rev. W. Carl Beatty center annual i J
election will be held January7th
was elected president of the Kissimmee Ministerial
with admission by member i
ALLEN OWNER Association Monday morning. The other officers electedwere ship card only. ,
Rev. Dorr Van Etten, left vice president and Rev. Mrs. Eva Borghi reported 31 J

_. Jimmie Cox right secretary-treasurer. (Photo by Eby) tables at play at the card game i iJ
Monday night with high scores
To being held by the following: contract .
Mr. Knapp; 500. Al Mill ..3a.giatrar'
Present .Concert ing; euchre, Mrs. Lucy Collins: Banker* Billfold Billfold ,
pinichle Mrs. Vi Everett; canasta

This ,:,", The Kissimmee Symphonettestarts Mrs. Portia Fisher; cribbage Billfolds .f
month we are . its 1963-64 season with a Mrs. Borghi. by

celebrating Ford'sRight ;.: :.. Christmas concert Tuesday December ty The will annual be held Chrismas the 16th.card admission par.- PRINCE GARDNER J
x .. : 17th at the Osceola
,....... .. mkc by membership cards only. .
< < County Art and Culture Center Both tav silk lined bill compartments with concealed
....q..:.<.:.':. ,:,. '.,.... money % i.
': ... ,..... Dakin and Stewart St., at 8 There will be no card parties flaps. Duplicate key slots. Extra card pocktts. Registrar* has removable d
\ > December 23rd or 30. photo-card case with expanding stile feature lo carry
. .YfM 4 4t p.m.The Symphonette was startedin board The regular tournament ice cream will be shuffle-held J windows.needed cards without a bulge. Banker has removable see-through J

January 1962 by persons interested -
in starting a musical 1 Friday at 1:30. The club singles $750 .och Offers from ,
now we Ford Dealers are I aa y group in this area. The mem .tournament will be held Decem J to*'' $5.00 ,
completing our BIGGEST sales : :. bers are Luther Harris, Rose ber 17 18. Those wishing to en .. pit lax ,

year in history . and the '64 Bobroff, Betty Hainlin Henrietta ter must register by Saturday -1 Protected by "AN INVISIBLE STITCH"i.
night. The Christmas tournment :" No outtMe seams' to tear or rip.
't Ford line is more popular than Ludlum, Leo Girouard Harry will be held the 23rd. dJ
McPherson, John Jamison,
ever. To celebrate we are offering Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Greer were
George Harris, Stephen Pinker
special "BIG YEAR" FALCON x Cp Allen. Conner, Evelyn Croxton, saluted niversary.for their 11th wedding an- J HUNTBROS. j

Maurie Walters Bob dark, Wil
tv BUYS on every new Falcon in Following the business meet
liam Driver, Clarice Houston, J ,
-: stock. Coma in and let I Arthur Bell, director of the
today us : ing
b= N
Jim Hunter Melba Fuerstein, .t "Your Christmas
I Gift Headquarters" 1J
w. Mid Florida Pop Orchestra A
show you how you will SAVE MORE x.r John Croxton, Elaine Knight presented |
'"' : his band in a fine progra yrty! sd+!1t+?!'6!+fi+!tl+r !'tlen'4i
with an all new 64 FALCON. : William Coffman and Elizabeth
.., "1;; .'.:: directors are Luther Harris
'64 Falcon Futura Hardtop-one of 17 Falcons including 3 convertibles and 7 wagons. ; George Harris, Melba Fuer ::
stein, Harry McPherscn, John i :
Jamison and Edwin Ladue. J rJI71W@(5 .
: The public is invited to the
a :" t J. : concert which will be sponsored

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Sanford BeatsKowboys Christinas Baskets
Lt. Col. Geneva Bowen

I Receives Army Medall.t. 1812Sanford Combined EffortEd

Col. in pTiiladclphia. Pa.. Col. Bowen
lioncxa N. Bowen As- << local Kiwanianand
have for
istanl thief of Nursing ServUv.I took posl-graduate work at Wills Chairman of the Christmas many years.
\\'alUHHtvd Eye Hospital and Franklin Institute better I H. n chairman of
nonoral Hospital I climaxed its second any was the 1961 club Basket Fund stated that even H. Lively
\\a zi\\i'jilx' ArmComI :, both in Philadelphia. In best football season in history which went 10-0-1, including the though the Kissimmee Kiwanis purchasing and packing. Sam

niondntion Modal in tvrrmonirs 1933 she joined the staff of Shep- there Friday night but had to Elks Bowl victory over Dade Club has headed up the programfor 'Lupfer is Treasurer. Other com
a! which Brig. (h.'n, Henry S. pard-Pratt Hospital. Towson, Md. work for it City. many years, the Christmas mittee members are Rev. Jim-
Murplvj ptYsiilcit The citation as assistant head: nurse. She returned Buddy Lawson's 35-yard touchdown Lawson scored all three San- Basket effort is a combinationof my R. Cox. Rev. BUI Williams.

accompanying the medal was for to Wills Eye Hospital the sprint in the fourth period ford touchdowns two of them on all the organizations Churches Ruth Padgett. Annie Mae Quirk,
the period from May 13, 1960 following year as head nurse and L brought the Seminoles an 18-12 very similar trap plays. clubs etc. Jim Smith Murray Rogers.
through November the: supervisor remaining until April Steve Yowell Rev. Wendall Hakt Rev Don-
30, 1963 post-season victory over Kissim-] gave Kissimmeean The United Appeal will help n,
date of Lt. Col. Bowen's: retirement 1942 when she enlisted in the mee and a 10-1 ledger. early 6-0 margin but Lawson with some of the financing; Van Etten and Fred Littlefield
and made particular note Army Nurse Corps. Since then do retaliated with a 45-yard rompon
The only Sanford team to however organizations are As in the past the Boy Scouts.
of her ability to attain and main- she has served in Germany and a dive play to tie it. The urged to contribute as they havein the Key Club as well as the

tain high standards of nursing at Korea as well as at posts in the BPW Club HeldTupperware Kowboys came right back, this the past and the churchescan committee members will assis
the hospital. United States.A time Gary Dymmek doing the
furnish baskets as they delivery of the baskets.
TlI'retiring: officer whose member of the American Party damage and Lawson bounced

home: is at 323: Pleasant Avenue Nursing Association and the Na- I back again with a 35-yarder to

Kissimmee. also received a Certificate tional League for Nursing Col. Approximately sixty members tie it 12-12 at intermission.Just .
of Retirement Bowen plans to enroll for studyat and guests of the Business and before the end of the
and a Certificate -
of Achievement.A the University of South Carolina I Professional Women's Club have half, Kissimmee marched to the CARL .
1962 during the 1964 Spring semester part of their Christmas Shop- Sanford eight but lost the ballon
graduate of the Schoolof s
working for her B.S. in ping accomplished as a resultof downs. The Kowboys never
Nursing at Woman's Hospital Col. Geneva N. Bowen,
__ ___h__ Nursing.PLEASE the Tupperware party held got close again.Sanford's SCHMIDT
sistant Chief of Nursing Service, Walter Reed General
December 4th. winning march wasa
Hospital, was awarded the Army Commendation Medal The winner of the 13 pound 6Oyarderith Lee Sparkmanand

HELPThose upon her retirement on November 30th. Presenting the turkey: was Mrs. Edna Porter. Earl Black doing most of RAMBLER

award is Brig. Gen. Henry S. Murphy. Other winners were Mrs. Walter the ground work for Lawson's
who help others, help themselves Cawthorne and Mrs. Lois Brooks i winning romp.KissLnmee .
both of St. Cloud along with which joins the
The American Legion has 77 CloseSuccessful Mrs. Walter Nahm, Mrs. George Orange Belt Conference this SPECIAL

children to clothe and feed this Kowboys Siegel, Mrs. Glen Dunsmore winter wound up 8-3. Sanfordis
Mrs. Jewell Meyers and Miss leaving the OBC to join Or-
Christmas, besides the parents. Isabel Bartholomew all of Kis- lando's Metro Conference.

SeasonThe simmee. .
We need clothes food toys or I - - .- ---- The Tupperware be pick- Decoration ContestTo
Osceola Kowboys football The team had 27 players and $ SAVINGS ON A 63SCHMIDTRAMBLER
ed Up at the Community House
money to buy food with. team brought the season to a two managers that lettered 13 this Saturday afternoon Decem- Be Held HereThe 0000 CARL .
close Friday night when they were seniors which leaves 14 to
ber 14th, from 1 to 3 p.m. annual Christmas home
Leave at American Legion Home played a post season game with return next year. will
The next regular meeting decorating contest will be held
or call 847-4449 or 847-2398 for pickup year Sanford.was Their eight wins record and for three the Kowboys Racking were up Steve the score Yowell for with the be held December 18-Wednesday here December 18th through the

losses, losing the first and last 48 points; Jim Crum 27; Gary night at Tupperware. This 21st, according to an announce-
will be covered dish dinner
ment made Fred
..o games of the season. Dymmek, 25; Earl Johns 24; ,I
with an exchange of gifts. The chamber SELECTIONOF
They came in second place in Gary Stiles 18 Steve Parker
Wendell L. Ketchum, commander committee for this party is plan-
Sponsored the department
by city utility -
the conference and scored
: Ridge 15; Chuck Whalen. Eddie Har-
ning a big evening as usual the contest is USED CARS TO CHOOSE FROM.
Makinson-Carson Post No. 10 198 points to their opponents' I rell and Bob Magnaghi each open to
members come and guests. anyone using city utilities and is
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23rd at the city hall. They will
Y be electrical appliances. I

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The Kivdmm! Gazette Ki jsicane I % FU.. Do It. IMJ 9
Handel's "Messiah"Embodies New Director

Bids Asked For
Spirit .t t r I INE

Lock Tender

Of all the music associated! night.
\"Uh Christmas perhaps no comPosition Now he played the harpsichord, s
[ so will embodies the now he sang then back to the Sealed bids are being asked Instructions to bidden, plane,
i spirit of the holiday as Handel's writing. His servants thought he .r I from persons or firms interestedin and specification may be obtained -
"Messiah" The great oratorio was going mad. Often they found operating the Clarence Thack- from the PCD headquarters
hag enthralled countless audi him in tears. When he finishedthe er Boat Lock and spillway at post office box 1671. Wot
(\ ces. It has been said to have "Hallelujah Chorus" he declared Southport. Riley Miles Kissim- Palm Beach All bidders are invited -
brought more money for charity "I did think I did see all mee chairman of the Central and to examine the site to familiarize -
than any other single piece of Heaven before me, and the great t Southern Florida Flood Control themselves with the required
music. And it marked a rebirth .God himselL"On I District said yesterday.The duties before submitting

for its composer. April 13, 1742, 700 people T bids will be received up bids Miles said.
George Friderick Handel was crowded into a Dublin music hall to 10 a.m. Dec. 19 at the FCD The succcflstal bidder will be
virtually has-been in 1741. Lon expected to operate the boat lockseven
for the premiere of "Messiah. headquarters, West Palm Beach,
don had grown tired of his Italian It was a resounding success.At he said. days a week, operate the
operas and of him. More than the first English performance EVERETT AMOS of Dan- spillway structure, to log an lock
once he Miles said a new threebedroom and boat operations and perform
barely being
a year later King George ville, Va., will assume his 3I
thrown into debtors' and home of concrete block will minor preventive maintenance as
prison, II.was so overwhelmed by the
his health: -was beginning to fait "Hallelujah Chorus' 'that he rose duties as minister of musicof be available for the lock tender. well as keeping the grounds tdIn.I .
the First Methodist
Then: came'a commission from from his seat and stood throughout -
t he1 lord lieutenand of Ireland and the section. The audience of Church on January 1st. He I Youth Fellowship To Hold SupperST. I

the governors of three charitable course, followed the example of will activate five youth
institutions'for Handel to conducta their king and so began a custom choirs, from preschool CLOUD-The Senior Youth meal delivered to their home

series,of 'charity concerts, re- which survives to our day. through high school and W OFFICERS-New officers of the Osceola County 4-H Council for 1964 are Fellowship Presbyterian Church may do so and the coot! will l be
potts World Book"Encyclopedia.He Despite the king's appreciation, will serve another of their famous $1.25. For delivery name and
will direct the
pictured above, left to right, Eunice Hilfiger, state girls' council delegate Barbara
began to ; fried chicken
compose a new piece however London was not readyto suppers Thurs- address meet be given to seller
fop the tourHandel accept Handel and the concert Choir. He and his wife will Viehman, Kissimmee news reporter; Judy Cantrell, St. Cloud news reporter; Bill day. Times of serving are 4:30, of the ticket.
was not an especially failed. It was not until Handel make their home at 512 Ward,president;Mary Viehman,vice president;Dee Viehman,altar boys*state coun- 5:00 and 5:30 p.m. Hours of

. religious man. but something I began directing annual benefit Oleander.FOR cil delegate;Glen Ward,state boys council delegate_ ; Ed Hall'historian. Not pictured serving are printed on the tickets
.seemed to possess him as he : performances of "Messiah" at are Frank Pienrepont, secretary; Billie Jean Douglas, treasurer; Cathy Stewart recreation which may be obtained from the Use of paper and paperboard
worked. For some 23 days he the London Foundling Hospital in QUALITY COMMERCIAL young people or at the pastor's products has reached a new high
kept to his study, refusing to see the 1750's that his adopted coun- PRINTING call the Gazette office leader. (Photo by Eby) office for the usual donation of of 453 pound average per person
any visitors leaving his food untouched trymen came to recognize it as 8472881. Free estimateson H.OO. per year in the U.S.

.-and- -working through the a masterpiece. all types of job printing. Joshua Stevens Chapter Van leter Infant Persons wishing to have their

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FEATURESQUALITYPRICEGENERAL$3) Celebrates 17th Birthday Died Friday LANVIN J

Claudia Jean Van Meter, infant t
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
ST. CLOUD-Joshua Stevens and Mrs. Manny Budinger hos- t3
Charles Alan Van Meter, Mel- presents. ..
Chapter, DAR celebrated its pital; and Joseph Kneer, band- JJ
Friday d
bourne ,
17th birthday last week in the shell. Eternal lights indicatedthe passed away
) ELECTRIC Old South Dining Room of the DAR markers placed on in an Orlando hospital. as the
Other local survivors includea new spray. . ,
: St. Cloud Hotel. A Christmas graves. j jthat's
brother, Charles Douglas Van
DIAL DEFROST REFRIGERATORS Parade was conceived by Mrs. Around a gigantic Christmas
A sister, Joann
Meter. Cathy
Byron A. Wright, regent, who tree sat children from the approved ;
Dial had constructed a clever and interesting schools, hospitals, Indian Van Meter. Grandparents Mr. purefragrance.
st. llfi CU. FTConvcnlcnce and Mrs. Stanley Hodala.
revue based on the ac- boys and girls a negro child-
STORAGE SPACE complishments of society. all expectant of the chapter's Prayer services were held at . ; i1 I If
10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the interment j
Floats for the parade were bounty. Articles of clothing mu- .
in Rose Hill Cemetery
Two Eg.cJ. Shelves. suggested; by appropriate Christmas seum pieces, Bibles for the Sem- 3
Magic Corner Hinges with Pastor Henry Young, o
cards. Bands playing carols inoles, music records for the 1 i
Lutheran Church, offici-
and popular holiday music negro school, genealogical records Trinity J
ating. Grissom Funeral Home itijt! ll1s
Butter Compartme"t AutomaticInferior were simulated by Mrs. John and books for the library.
Light Falka and her accordian. Witha There have been money gifts was in charge of arrangements

great deal of research and for the new building of the ,
Prote.ctive: D or Stops Two Flex-Grid Ice Trays study Mrs. Wright produced Woman's Club, the Statue of Clyde A. Hamm 55 i s
$ J
numerous facts little known by Chief Osceola and the hospital.
many of the later members. Best of all, came Santa Claus Succumbed Thurs. 21'ifl.oz. i
First in the parade were the -Edith Elliot the organizing : JJ

_. S_,_ American flags donated to the regent of Joshua Stevens chap- Clyde Arthur Hamm 55, oj
L $19995 schools, the Band the hotel, with ter, who has truly been a Santa Orlando and Kissimmee passed I S5 _1p 1 J
: those given to the chapter. The Claus to the chapter representing away suddenly Thursday.A 6 (Nat tax) J
rtfrigtratorsla first cars, in this miniature parade it at nearly all of the Na- o
native of West Florida, he
carried the charter mem- tional and State meetings. No J
"S t n ytarsr With Trade had been a resident of the Cen
bers, life members Junior members task has been too great for
lonjtr* aw n, TA 312 WPARK Kissimmee members, es- Edith and her pocket book has tral Florida area for the past 4
corted by past regents. Trans- ever been open to donate in the years. ARPEGE J JI
portation committees were name of the chapter or regent. He was in the produce busi E
prominent. A special float was : Surely Mrs. Wright had accomplished -ness. c. J
planned to recognize the :long I her purpose of show- i. Survivors include his wife' *
service of various officers and ing that no builder can build Doris Hughey Hamm. A daughter -I Natural Spray i
; FURNITURE CO.KISSIMMEE chairmen: alone-each is a part of the Glenda Severance Orlando,
= Annie Boyce chapter registrarfor wholo.:AUjriembers agreed that Four sisters, Mrs. Martin White Jf
13 years; Grace Seymour, her Operation-Appreciation was and Mrs J hri--Dazey, both
)' 1 historian for nine years and most effective. Memphis, Tennessee; Mrs. Joe AEROSOL? NOT AT AIL! J
chairman of Seminoles for 11 Guests at the meeting were Henson, Graceville and Mrs
years; Nina Thompson, chairman :Mrs. John Falka, Mrs. A. H. Velma Newsome West Florida i two and a half fr.Il; ounces of actual Toilet J

!\ ST. CLOUD of DAR Good Citizens fcr: Smith, Mrs. Margaret McDonaldand Two brothers, Claudie Hamm' 4 \Vater with no gas or propellant to ,distort J
847-4171 892-2011 10 years; Zola Martin approved Mrs. Marion Weston. Mmes. Cottondale and Clarence Hamm
schools 16 years; Susie Eisel Ernest Northrop, Creed Reaganand Sylvester, Georgia. A half-broth it..a
; stein, auditor, 14 years; Violet Myron Hatch were hostesses er, Bern Kirkland, Sloeum. Ala G and it's refillable right from your own Luc J
t i Ford membership for many for the meeting. Mrs. Jane bama. Also one grandchild. B
., years.A Stewart was welcomed as a new Funeral services were held a t bottle of LANVIN Toilet Water. I

: AGAIN YOU WIN* Program Float was decorated member.In 2 o'clock Sunday from the Gris c tt IJ
with the Rev. Jim
i som Chapel
I I (in the imagination) with the ritual opening Mrs.
the flags of Korea, Panama, Alice Welcker, chaplain; Miss my R. Cox Minister of the Firs
1 Alaska Hawaii, and pennants of Christine Humphrey, flag salute; Christian Church, officiating 0 I IrrYour

|x'' 300 AND EVEN MORE CHRISTMAS |i West burg Point Sturbridge Annapolis village, Williams-, and the Grace General's Sheffield message the; Mrs.President Fran- Casketbearers bert Arlin?, were James Messrs.Hughey Al HUNT BROS. \

: 1 Seminoles. Several of the members ces Mandeville National De- Lonnie Hughey, Tom Hughey
1 were in costume and action fense. A tribute was given for Henry G. Ward and Henry G Christmas Gift Headquarters" j
CASH GIVEN TO YOU I Ward Jr. Interment followed in
;. -destroying communism, deliv- our martyred president. Mrs.
9 ering book reports serving tea, Preston Buffington reported that Osceola Memory Gardens. Grissom $ J
Funeral Home i ii
1 exhibiting antiques, distributing two boxes of clothing and two was 1 .
% WHEN YOU PURCHASE A CARL SCHMIDT 1 cookbooks, and selling goodies cartons of Christmas gifts have charge of arrangements. i R..St oMQ+ tt R+R o+ + t O-O+a+i+eQrsirM. -M..WrsW!
fc 1 from Grandmothers' cupboards. been sent to the Kate Duncan
RAMBLER A gigantic doorway, trimmed Smith School.At .

1 with holiday greetings, typified the January 2 meeting,
I the hostesses, who in
I past years Mrs. Irene Cederborg will givea OPEN! HOUSESEE
, have kindly and hospitably open- with
book Mmes. Hen-
If Carl Schmidt will give you the difference in Cash or ed their homes. shaw and report Susie Eiselstein as

? Check between the trade-in value of your present lights Wreaths indicated studded the with Honor colored Score hostesses.NO SEE

y car and the down payment on a new Carl Schmidt recognition received from the "
y Rambler. National Society, honors from JOB TOO BIG or too small CECILE MANOR"BRICK
h'f the State Society, and distinctions when it comes to commercial
W I Jl won by individuals. Citizens printing. Call 847-2881 today
chosen for outstanding civic and ask for Mr. Mears for free
$t accomplishments Mr. Edward estimates on your job work. "
I CHRISTMAS BONUS ON USED CARS j t Boehme for Santa Claus; .Mr You'll be glad you did. \

I, lIt't."IIM IIJf.! _I rl. ,, :
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: RADIO AND HEATER $395 e f.. A6

r' '60 CHEVROLET CONY. Auto., Power CHRISTMAS SPECIALGuitar -r S .

Brakes and Steering, Radio and Heater 1295 t -, J I II It t

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59 FORD I rr

Radio and Heater $495 e case pick neck cord J

i Instruction Book and Four Lessons. -. J


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SEE THE '64 $ Wurlitzer Pianos, Organs COLONIAL, PATIO, POOL

Gibson-Fender Guitars and
Amps II

9 : Hootananny Guitars i FOR GRACIOUS LIVING

CARL SCHMIDT i All Band Instruments Records
Voice of Music Hi-Fi's and StereosTHE ,

GOING rRAMBLER, I Inc. j 0 Electric WORLD'S Organ GREATEST end Accordion ADVANCEMENT CombinationEasy IN MUSIC i" ., Lake Cecile Off West Vine

Terms About 5 miles from Kissimmee.
j' 15 minutes Martin Plant

iIj iIII 20 minutes Downtown Orlando

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1 INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS. any Interested subcontractor or material -' NOTICE TO CREDITORS: D.C.
Minimum charge firm. TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL David W Hetfrtck. ot ttte firm rl

to 15 words....................75c I Combs le; Zipper *.; THO. TIONS MAY BE OBTAINED AT Checks bid or money orders In the furnished amount- PERSONS DEMANDS HAVING AGAINST CLAIMS SAID ESTATE OR- 125 South Oovrt Strict
REALTORAMA THE as guaranty
Brash 7e; Ear Bob 3e; 8ke Orlando Florida
Each additional word.... 5c' S7e; Seeks lie; Pillow 7**; BIDDERS WILL BE EXPECTEDTO of 20 percent must be made payableto Attorneys for Plalattff
the General Services Admlnlstra- You. and each of you. are here-
Shirt 11 Juts $1 Dressee11M EXAMINE THE SITE OF
; ; December 12 190
Classified Display : BBS Ue; N,....* Me; WORK AND FAMILIARIZE THEMSELVES 'tlon.Total by notified and required to presentany

(Boxed) Inch........$1.10 Mamkle &e: Paitle lie; Beat WITH THE REQUIRED Small Business Set-Aside claims and of demands whtcn have FOR QUALITY: OOMMEROAl
per lie; Cap Ue; Spread $** ;: WORK BEFORE SUBMITTING applies to this projectBidding you. or either you. may
Deadline for all Classified Hair Net 4e; T-Shlrt Xe; BIDS. material available at I against the estate of Nannie Reese PRINTING caD the Gazette cf
Nearly Everybody; Trade at Tile THE RIGHT IS RESERVED AS Room 362. 1776 Peachtree Street. I Johnston deceased. late of Osce
Advertising 5 P.M. Tuesday Barrala Bam. Come .. Slbert ON TROUT. LAKE THE INTERESTS OF THE DIS N. W.. Atlanta. Georgia -30309-i ola County. Florida. to the CountyJudge fice. 8472881. Free estimates
Mill Warekovce Im Dareaport; TRICT MAY REQUIRE TO REJECT after December 5. 1963. or write to of Osceola County. County
prior to publication. ANY OR GENERAL SERVICESADMINISTRATION Courthouse. In Kissimmee. Florida. -- '
fmaiedtatelr. Follow the (** ALL PROPOSALS. -' -
BARGAIN BARN. Waterfront Lots TO WAIVE ANY INFORMAL within six months from the date of -
CLASSIFIED I Ope. Week Pay And 'Saaday- IN ANY PROPOSAL. OR TO RE- Design and Construction he first publication of this notice. STOVIS HfafGIIA'OU
I Only 650 ADVERTISE FOR OTHER OR1o'tlRTHE.Jt Division Public Buildings Each claim or demand must ben
ADVERTISING RATES. PROPOSALS. Service writing and must state the placeof USED
50' x TOO' BY ORDER OF THE GOVERN- 1776 Peachtree Street. N.W. residence and post office ad-
FOR SALE: 1956 Dodge 2-door, i: ING BOARD OF THE CENTRAL Altlanta. Georgia 30309 dress of the claimant and must be FURNITURE
Phone 847-2881 $200. Gus Peters 115 Bryan St AND SOU T H-E R N FLORIDA December 12. 1963 sworn to by the claimant. his
]'LOOD CONTROL DISTRICT agent or his attorney. or it willbecome SeweH-Thurm nd
To Place Your Ad CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE void according to law.
FLORIDA FLOOD CONTROL NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Each creditor shall deliver sufficient 1015 West turch ORLANDO
1 FOR SALE-14 ft. fibreglass boat. WATER ACCESS LOTS DISTRICT. BY ITS GOVERNING AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. copies of his claim to enable -
BOARDBy FLORIDA.IN the County Judge to mail one
ARTICLESfOR 35 HP Mercury Motor. Also Only '250 Total /s/ Riley S. Miles CHANCERY. NO. CW to each personal representative
trailer. Call 8474372. I Chairman FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS ) Dated December 5. 1963. Pi.wwi For AH Occasions

Will and Testament of the
NOTICE OF SUIT Savings and Loan Association )
-_ boat with curtains. 75 HP V THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE existing under the laws of the ) Estate of Nannle Reese
Motor. NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN United States of America. ) Johnston. Deceased. FLORIST
SALE-Mink capEGood Heavy duty
FOR 6 miles East St. Cloud AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCEOLA. Plaintiff ) Dec 12. 19. 26. Jan. 2. 1963

rendition. $55. Child's winter $1,000. 847-2067. STATE OF FLORIDA. In Chanc- -va. ) THE 2S ROADWAY M7-WI
coats good sizes 8 and 12. Oth 3 miles from Nova Road ery. TIMOTHY HERRICK. Plain- GEORGE A. PYLE. and NA- ) IN THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT.OF
FOR SALE-Kay % bass fiddle tiff. vs. PYLE. as COUNTY.
er clothes for girls. 616 Mab- [Speculators Take Note] Defendant NOTICE OF NAOMI F. PYLE. his wife. ) IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
1960 model FLORIDA
like 847-
bctte. 8472223. new. Call SUIT. The State of Florida to and REGINALD LACLAIR. ) 6566
4583 after 5:30 p. m. CATHERINE A. HERRICK. You Defendants. ) CHANCERY NO. ) LEARN BARBERING

are hereby notified that a suit In ..-....--.-..-- ) FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS OF ) Insure Yvr taInts la a-
FOR SALE outfit including equity for divorce has been brought NOTICE OF FORECLOSURESALE AND LOAN ASSOCIATION J) well-paylag pr.f*..I.! .
CLERK against you by Timothy Herrick In BY CLERK OF ORLANDO. a ) Day & Night Clanell'
: boots size 9%, Texas the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial CIRCUIT COURT Plaintiff. ) V.A. Approved
FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS Circuit In and for of Notice Is hereby given that the "S.
hat size 7U, brand new suit. County HOWELL J. CHILDRESS and ) Orlando Barber College
and undersigned Hon. Glenn Ray Clerk
Osceola. State of Florida you
Blt. Tr.
) ora
DISPATCHER size 42. Original cost over $100. are hereby summoned ordered and of the Circuit Court of Osceola CHRISTINE L. ) GA *4114Cafl.
Offered at $25. Call Howard E. required to file your written an- County. Florida. will on the 23rd tis wife; and AMERICAN )
INC. swer or defenses to the Complaint day of December 1963. at 12:00 M.. FLETCHER NATIONAL
Foster, Sands Motel, Orlando. rued herein against you In the at the Front door of the Osceola BANK AND TRUST COMPANY.)

Application being accepted to create Garden 2-0777. 2 Broadway Kissimmee above the entitled Clerk of cause the Circuit In the CourtIn officeof County Kissimmee.Courthouse Florida. in offer the for City sale of ........_____..._...Defendants.__......_ ...._...J) . .

eligible lut with Police and sell at public outcry to the CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE
Dept. and for Osceola County.
Male or female typing required FOR SALE: Deluxe cabin fits on 847-3156 847-3157 his office In the Court House In highest and best bidder for cash. Notice is hereby given that under Parks Furniture Co.

pickup truck, sleeps 4. Refrigerator Kissimmee. Florida. on or before the following described propertysituated t Decree of foreclosure and sale
45 word minute no in Osceola County. Flor- entered by the Judge of the Circuit YovrREFRIGfftATOR
per age etc. Ideal for the 6th day of January, A.D. 1964. Circuit. For Prompt Repair vf
gas Ourt of the Ninth
Ida. to-wit
and of such
limit no experience neccary. to serve a copy answer
camping, hunting, fishing. Al- CEROSENE FUEL OIL-PHIL- vI' defenses upon Brinson and Mc- Lot 22. KISSIMMEE HIGHLANDS In and for Osceola County. Florida.
Application ma* be picked at on the 5th day of December. 1963.
Whirter. Attorneys for Plaintiff M7-4171
uminum. Cost sacrificefor Phone
$3,000 HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. I between First
thereof recordedIn in a certain cause
Chief of Pol ire office. herein. whose address Is Post Of- per plat as
$2,250. Excellent condition. OSCEOLA OIL GO. umNORTH Ice Box 348. Kissimmee. Florida.on Plat Book I, Page 400. Public Federal Savings and Loan Association - -
Lat date to file application U Jan- records of Osceola County. of Orlando. a corporation.
Like new. Phone 847-2833. 3 Room Grouping or before said date as requiredby
MAIN ST. plaintiff. and Howell J. Childness
nary lit.Ch law. If you fall to do so. a Decree Florida. Christian
'289.50 Pro Confesso will be entered pursuant to the final decree of fore- and Christine L. Chlldress. his Science
FOR SALE Used lumber 1. against you for the relief demanded closure entered In a case pending wife; and American Fletcher National -
: iI J er ice Board plumbing supplies, galvanized Foam Mattress with Box Spring in the Complaint. In said Court. the style of whichis Bank and Trust Company.. SocietyEach
WITNESS hand Clerk of First Federal Savings and Loan defendants being Chancery No
Police and Fire Department* roofing full inch material suit FOR RENT'jIT'S '39.95 aid Circuit my Court as of Osceola Association of St. Petersburg. a 6566. I will sell at public auction to W.d. 8 pjn.

Lit tigfXiaimnreM able for farm and ranch use. County. Florida. and the seal of Federal Savings and Loan Association cash.the highest at the and front best door bidder of the for I 309 N, Randolph
existing under the laws of
2-PC. DYING ROOM SUITE said Court at Kissimmee. Osceola ,
1,*.Jew Thicker.M-rrriarv Evans Hardware. 847-4564. County. Florida. on the 26th day the United States of America versus Courthouse In Kissimmee. Osceola Sunday Services 11 a.m.
inexpensive to clean '89.95 of November A. D. 1963. George A. Pyle. and Naomi County. Florida. at the hour of
and examiner.POSITIONS. rugs School 9i30
12:00 M.. on Monday. the 23rd day _Sunday a.m.
also Naomi
BOAT FOR SALE-16' fibre- /GLENN RAY Pyle. known as Pyle
and upholstery with Blue Lustre
of December 1963. the following
his and Laclalr.
wife. Reginald
4-PC BEDROOM SUITE Clerk of Circuit Court
glass, offshore type wide, Rent electric shampooer Osceola County Florida and Docket Number which Is 6580- described property:

deep safe. Side curtains, back $1. Parks Furniture Co. 79.95 (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) C.WITNESS Lot 5. of PATRICK PARK. ac
hand and official cording to the plat thereof ai GREEN'S FUEL
drop. New convertible top and 15 Styles To Choost From Attorneys for Plaintiff seal of said Court this 4th day of recorded In Plat Book 1. page
new battery. 35 HP electric FOR RENTHouse trailer. Kissimmee. Florida December 1963. 340. Public Records of Osceola

OPENTo starting Evinrude and trailer. Adults only. River front. Good Nov. 28. Dec. 5. 12. 19, 1963 HON.CLERK GLENN CIRCUIT RAY COURT County.GLENN Florida.RAY. Clerk 1 Sales and Service

Fill Vacancies Now 847-4361 after 5 p.m. or Sat fishing. Phones 847-4733. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES OSCEOLA COUNTY. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Existing urday. _. _. SIRON'S FURNITURE COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA By /Ellanore O. Jo wen MOW MM 171 147-4 inKISSIMMK
r..lman-lit"21-35. high *choolpr CLOSE IN, private entrance sit FLORIDA.NO. BY: /Ellanore O. Jowers I
855-5631 ORLANDO 4697. Deputy Clurk
..lnalr.Kirrinjii ting room, twin bedroom and IN RE: ESTATE OF (SEAL) SAND ROCK !

arr 2I-3.:>. high school bath. Share kitchen or board 5924 S. Orang. Blossom Trail WILLIAM McKINNEY. Deceased. December 12. 1963 MORTAR MIX For G Harold 8 7.2058I
rar? ui-. BOY SCOUTCHRISTMAS optional. 118 South Beaumont, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN LEGAL NOTICE-Be It known that STEEL & WIRE MESH I R. A.
Lxpri: <'nor not nrir>*ar\. 817-4011. that the undersigned Administratrix one 195:) Chevrolet four-door sedan lC.nneth M.dio.
TREES of the Estate of William Mc- owned by D. N. Brown will be offered -
Pa ?75-f92 rrklv.Application 892-7695 Clovd
ranc (iS' )
FOR RENT: Furnished apart- FOR RENT Kitchenettes: Kinney. deceased. will sell the following for sale at Genes Garage
r m: he picked up at Sproule & Brodway trailer described property belong- 1215 N. Main, on December 27. 1963 For Gas Service: Phone
Chief of Police office or Chief of ment first floor Private bath rooms apartmentswith fnJt to said estate. to-wlt: for storage charges. Gene Canale I J. 8. Rountrt 847-4062
Fire of fur. DEC. 11 I I to ? ? ? utilities. Also upstairs apart lake and shuffleboard. By Lots 2 to 7. Inclusive of Ledbetters Dec. 12. 1963 Robert Mon
Dept. Subdivision. Osceola
703 week month or year. Capitol Bronton 847-4570
ment. Emmett. Emory
County. Florida. according to the
Last to file application U Jan. OF PROCEEDINGS
Canadian Grown Motel, St. Cloud. Hwy. 441. official plat thereof as filed and THE CLOSING OF ROADSTO (;) Leo Gourd 847-2061
uanr 1st. FOR RENT Small furnished recorded In the office of the WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I R. H. Hal &892-1212 $l. Cloud
Many fringe; benefit Scotch Pine apartment $50 00 month. Includes FOR RENT-6 room unfurnished Clerk of the Circuit Court of Os YOU WILL TAKE NOTICE that I or cal H. T. SfcwpoMt, Mgr
C.iil N-n i"T Hoard ceola County. Florida.
the Board of County Commissioners -
Police and Fire Department I electricity. See at 421 I house. 8 Brack Street, Can 8473702 at a public sale to the highest and of Osceola County. Florida. KISSIMMEETRANSIT.MIX 847-4819

'Cit\of Ki*..imineM 291 Mabbette until 7:30 P.M. or after 6 pjn. best bidder for cash on December upon sworn petition of qualified i, Robert O B rry 8 7.3219 I
TROOP 18. 1963. at 12:00 o'clock noon at
land owners, will at 11:00 A.M. on C G Tyn 847-4487
call 847-4517. the Courthouse In Kissimmee. Os the 30th day of December. A.D. r
Ib.Jt...Thicker. KISSIMMEE ceola Florida. Phone 847-3524 John Imps Sr Cloud 892 3482
wcretiM. i County, 1963. or as soon thereafter as the :
L. and examiner FOR RENT-2 room furnished r0DLE Dated this 18th day of November. -matter may be heard and considered -
GROOMING 1963. at its office In the Courthousein
apartment. Ground Floor closein. DELLA ENGLE Kissimmee. Florida, determine

Phone 8474277 or 847-3783. Phone 847-3670 Delia Engle. Administratrixof whether or not the County of Osce SALtS SERVICE
The Estate of William ola will vacate abandon and discontinue Radio and

BLUE Lustre not only rids carpets HUNT McKlnney. deceased and renounce and disclaim ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
RITA Murray W. Overstreet. Jr.
any and all right and title of
of soil but leaves pile soft Attorney for Administratrix the County of Osceola. a political HOMI FVIIUIIIING$ I

I and lofty. Rent electric sham- Box 492. Kissimmee Florida I subdivision of the State of Florida T V"PARKS
Nov. 21. 28. Dec. 5, 12. 1963 I and the public., in and to the roads FURNITURE CO

pooer $1.00. Parks Furniture WANTED Home for puppies. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S :shown and delineated on the New I
Company. COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. Map of Narcoosee Osceola County, KtfJwm Jfc CU.4
Part chow and German Shep
FLORIDA. .' Florida. as filed and recorded In I
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit '
FOR RENT: Three room apart- herd. Call Beany Ledbetter at NO. 5086;- -
Court of Osceola County. Flor-I
847-4251 847-3451.
ment lake front. Furnished. or ida, described
on SADIE M. BRANNON. Deceased. particularly as folows I

With carport. By month or sea- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO to-wlt: NORRIS CLEANERS
That of that certain
portion unnamed -
son.: Can 847-3866 after 5 pjn. REAL ESTATEI' MAKE FINAL APPLICATION DISCHARGETO FOR 66 foot road running East
\L4IAIING. and West
l ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN and abutting and ad-
APARTMENTS FOR RENT-& : joining Lot 57 of Section 15 and ,-L KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
Lots 28. 60. 59. 58 and 57 of Section -
$11. $12 per week. Mrs. Paul that E. Dale Brannon has filed his 16 on the North and Lot 8 t.g ) 103 East Dakin. Phone 847-4941
Davis 114 Emmett Street. FOR SALE: Good investment. 9 final report as ancillary executorof of Section 22 and Lots 72. 57. 56.
I apartments completely rented, the Estate of Sadie M. Brannon. 47 and 46 of Section 21 on the
'. deceased; that he has filed petitionfor South;
j walking distance to businessarea. final discharge. and that he All of that certain unnamed 33

In excellent repair. nicely will apply to the Honorable O. P., foot road running North and
clean can"tImprove
For odorless. even Beating, you Just South and abutting and adjoining
1 of Osceola
Johnson County Judge
furnished. See me for details. Lots 72. 71. 70. 69. 68. 67. 66 and
on Greens Fuel Cat heating appliances! County Florida on the 23rd day ROTHROCK SEPTIC
".i $24,500. Florence Harnett As- of December. 1963. for approval of 65 of Section 21 on the East and

Whether you choose central heating, vented wall soc. with W. H. Morse Corp. same and for final discharge as &Lots 1 of 57 Section, 58. 59.21 60.on 61.the 62.West.63 and
I I ancillary executor of the Estate of
heaters, or other approved types of space heat. I I 323 Broadway, 847-3133. Sadie M. Brannon. deceased. That portion of that certain unnamed
i 33 foot road running CO.
of November.A.D. TANK
This 12th
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ing. there is no heating like gas heating wIthGreen's i Attention Builders-See us for 1963. North and South and abutting
5/ E. DALE BRANNONE. and adjoining Lots 56.; 55. 54 53
Fuel Gas.GREEN'S. building lots in various locations Dale Brannon. Ancillary and 52 of Section 21 on the East

in Priced from $750 Executor of the Estate of and Lots 47. 48. 49. 50. and 51
:. town. Sadie M. Brannon. deceased of Section 21 on the West CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS.
up. Come in and discuss withus Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. That portion of that certain unnamed -
FUEL c" the area in which you plan Attorney for Ancillary ExecutorBox North and

r.:::: to build. Contact Florence Har- 492.Nov.Kissimmee.21. 28, Dec.Florida 5. 12. 1963 and adjoining South Lots and 45. abutting 44. 43. CEMENT WORK 280 GALLON GREASE TRAPS

:. \ I nett associate with W. H. Morse and 42 of Section 21 on the East
4p ..;, -...:.. .....,... ....' .., Corp. 847-3133, P.O. Box 330. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to Section 21 on the West
S.; ;.....7..... .--.A' ........'":' m Broadway.FOR all Interested bidders that the All of that certain unnamed 33
t. ,, . ... .. '" Board of County Commissioner of foot road running North and
1 <<
: -.. "' :. ." 11. ..:" Osceola County. Florida South and abutting and adjoining
FURNITUR""c : : i
PARKS .' ... -- SALE: two homes 175 x ceive sealed bids until :OOlll.t. Lots 8. 9. 24. 25. 40. 41. 56 and C. ROTHROCK, Owner and Operator

4, < . .;.... 128 on West Vine Street. BothfurSUOOO.O December 23. 1963 for reinforcedarch 57 of Section 22 on the East and
.. ;..tL. the Lots 72. 71 67 66 LOCATED AT KISSIMMEE TRANSIT-MIX CO.
. .- : "' a1I 847-2398..W.L concrete culvert. meeting 70. 69. 68. ,
"See Us For Your Gas Appliances"KISSIMMEE :, .-..-; Florida State Road Department and 65 of Section 21 on the West

i.:1..: :... Ketchum. specifications. Delivery Is to be AU of that certain unnamed 33

ST. CLOUD < .. '- ,, It.... -.:. made as contained In specifications. foot road running North and PHONE 847-3524
.. .. .,,. '."1:: FORSALE: Houses. NOT Number and specifications may be South and abutting and adjoining
847-4171_892-201 .. .. . ...,. .I obtained from Glenn Ray. Clerk. Lots. 2. 15. 18. 31. 34. 47, 50 and
... .". .1..... LAiD) wood floors. Can be 63 of Section 22
.............."'''- Board of County Commissioners. on the East and
i ".. seen in Holopaw. Call Orlando Courthouse. Kissimmee. Florida. Lots 3. 14. 19 20. 30. 35. 46. 51
Immediately! following the time and 62 of Section 22 on the -
,277-7601 and 27T3LFOR above shown. the proposals received West
will be publicly opened and read. That portion of that certain unnamed STEEL SALESAny
For Any Of SALE: Three bedroom The County reserves the right to 33 foot road running
reject any and all bids and to waive North and South and abuttingand
house in Idora Park. Lot 159 x
Dimension-Any Amount-CompetItively
formalities. adjoining Lots 4. 13. 20. 29.
These Services 300. Air conditioned. Priced to BOARD OF cOUNTYCOMMISSIONERS 36 and 45 of Section 22 on the Priced.
sen. Contact Betty Eby. M7- OF East and Lots 5. 12. 21. 28 37 Truck Bodies-Boat Trailers-Horse TraMers
OSCEOLA COUNTY. and 44 of Section 22 on the and Utility TraMers.BUILT .
? 2881 or 1C7-a&s. FLORIDA West; AND REPAIRED.
) New Houses (SEAL) That portion of that certain un-

By HARRIS G. DANIEL named 33 foot road running North Complete Mobil Welding Shop Afl Work 6w.rtnd.
Chairman and South and abutting and
S COIftIfterciaiStnlchlres LOST AND Dec 12. 19. 1963 adjoining Lots 6. 11. 22. 27 and Old Orlando Highway Near Livestock Market.

38 of Section 22 on the East and
FOUND NOTICK OF ANNUAL MEETINGThe Lots 7. 10. 23. 26 and 39 of Section ROUTE 1, BOX 258-A KISJfMMEE

regular annual meeting of 22 on the West;
the Shareholders of the First National AU of said lands being located
LOST .Child's pet Small black Bank of Kissimmee. for the In Township 25 South. Range 31 LOU ,

white and tan female beagle election of Directors and the transaction East. Osceola County. Florida.
Additions of such other business as and shown on the New Map of 847.3898OSCEOLA
puppy. Liberal reward offered. may be properly presented. will be Narcoossee. recorded in Plat Book

Notify Tommy R. Haye, 2 Aluminum Kissimmee. Florida. on Saturday Osceola County. Florida; -
Rose. Phone 847-4419. January 4. 1964 at 2 JO o'clock P.M. The said roads He outside the I
Skiing Allen D. Carroll. Cashier corporate limits of any municipality TIRE
Dec. 12. 19. 26. 1963. Jan. 2. 1964 in Osceola County. Florida.
WRAP-AROUND LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE Persons Interested may appear
.. Aluminum TO BIDDERS r. S. POS1OFFTCEKISSIMMEE. and be heard at the time and place 1 SERVICEuri

Sometime an accident can't be avoided. But if It Awnuigs CEIVED BY THE GOVERNING Scaled bids for EXTENSION AND BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS Custom

doe occur then you'll find that good insurance BOARD OF THE CENTRAL AND REMODELING at U. S. Post Office. OF Recapping
SOUTHERN FLORIDA FLOOD Kissimmee. Florida. will be received OSCEOLA COUNTY. ,
placed with a reliable independent agent can be Storefront CONTROL. DISTRICT AT THE until 2:30 P. M-, EST December FLORIDA 'w 223 S. BERMUDA

the best friend and finest asset you'll ever have. Marquee DISTRICTS ERNIA STREET OFFICES WEST AT 901 PALM EV Administration.27. 1963. at Room General 3S1.Services 1776 (SEAL)By HARRIS G. DANIEL PHONE 847-2207

BEACH FLORDA. UNTIL 10:00A. Peachtree Street. N. W.. Atlanta. ChairmanDec. ..
Estimates .5!. EST DEC. 19. 1963. FOR Georgia-30309-and then publicly 12. 1963 -
THE FOLLOWING WORK: opened in adjoining Room 353. The I
Operation and tending of boat work consists of new construction, LEGAL NOTICE-Be It known that
SEE.K. locks as necessary for passage of alterations to existing construction one 1953 BUICk four-door sedan will BE WISE ECONOMIZE
LUPFER'SInsurance boats at Structure 61. Canal 35: plumbing heating alrcondltlonlng be offered for sale at Gene's Car-
South of Lake Tohopekallga. log and ventilating lighting and electrical age. 1215 N. Main, on December I
all lock end boat operations and work. painting and miscellaneous la. 1963 for unpaid repair charges. I
C. nwQf9f -Jr. make monthly reports thereot. perform repairs and alterations. Gene Canale. EXTRA QUALITY BLOCKS AT NO EXTRA COST.
Dec. 12. 1963
minor preventative maintenance One set of Plans. specifications
Agency such as oiling and greasing and other bidding material are PHONE 847-4421
keeping grounds trimmed policed available without charge to general
and watered operate the control contractors. One set of drawings
19181963 structure to maintain the optimum and specifications will be furnished OSCEOLA COUNTY. 'FLORIDA OSCEOLA
to selected Builders Exchanges. NO. 5797 MC.NCTTUNf
water on Lake Tohopekallga. .
11 Stewart and similar RE ESTATE OF )
SC Contractor It to live on the premises Chambers of Commerce

To HM Unk-847-4121 PMM 847-2276 and quarters provided by the organizations with win the be understanding retained- NANNIE Dcceas REESE. JOHNSTON)) ROAD ITIMlMMiLI" .
12 EMmlway-Ntxt Central and Southern.Florida Flood that the set I
Control District. on their premise for Inspection by . ----. ... .. .-. .) .

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