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The Kissimmee gazette
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Kissimmee Gazette
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Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
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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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70-NO'. 3 Kissimmee. Osceola county Florida :: m+SSIMMEE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC. 26, 1963 Phone 847-2881

iCounty Schools New University


Report Progress Site Selection

A four year report issued by ri iL
the County School Board found t.

local schools in the black with for 10The
51.614,797.31 having been pouredinto Iff? Slated Jan.

education of our local youths
via capital outlay.

Osceola County pumped 5742- w Board of Control met Tuesday January Mth could be a big
w 917.31 into the program while the S st in Sanford for a workshop day for Kferiraraee. That's the
t state and other sources contrib- meeting concerning the selectionof Bids To Be OpenedBids tentative date set for the Board

J uted $871,897.00. r't the new university site and will be opened tomorrow of Control's decision on the Space

The report--covering from July eliminated the Deseret site from on contracts for the re- Age University site.
1, 1960 to June 30, 1964 listed 57 competition. modeling and extension of the In an Interview with The Gazette .
new classrooms, three cafeterias, Dr. J. Broward Culpepper. ex- U. S. Post Office In Kbsiro- Board of Control Chairman
three library and administrativesuites ... .ecutive director of the Board ruse Baya M. Harrison said he could

three shower, and told the Gazette from Sanford Th.e bids will concern an extension not reveal his opinion of the Os.
rooms and replacement of '" that the group did not cast a to the existing buildIng I ceola County proposed Bluestone
/ old school buses-having final vote on the site selection. property seven miles north of Kis-
and remodeling plumbing
HANLONx built and bought. 4 \ Board member Foreman from and simmee.
J. D. heating air-conditioning
The replaced school buses :\. Ft. Lauderdale said he favoredthe t But he did say 40 acres of property -
>' : ventilating.Bids
ed in age back to 1946. The "r .. \ '. p Bluestone site ((the one asked will be opened In the I on Lake Scheen has been
HanlonNew model currently in use is .\ for by the Osceola County Com offered as an enticement. The
Atlanta Regional Office of the
model. 4 r missioners). General Service Administration. additional acreage would be ear-
While this outlay was : Culpepper also told The Gazette marked for recreation if the site
place the school 1&i that it was doubtful that the Board were chosen.Osceola .
CofCManager jumped over 22 percent would favor a suggestion (submit- County's State Representative .
instructional personnel Youth Center was opened ted by two Florida newspaper) the state legislature plainly spell J. J. Griffin of St. Cloud

over 40 percent. coming into the new that all the sites now under studybe ed out that the' land must be and Senator Irto Bronson of Kis
So still more capital ( ) disregarded and that the state donated and it would be 1965 before simmee estimated that the Bluestone -

needed according to the purchase a site in or near a the legislature would meet site has a 50-50 chance of
partment of Education. In '- I metropolitan area. He said that again. selection.
J. D Hanlon .will take over the cent survey of local school - I Currently left in the bidding
helm of the Kissimmee Chamberof the department noted a 1 along with the Bluestone site are
Commerce on January 1, directors i- replacement of old On ,the Sanford site of 1.390 acres
agreed at a special meet new classrooms and a bordering Sanford's city limits,
ing Dec 19. need for better I Ii t: : and the Lee' site of ,- acres
Horace Phipps. president of the and maintenance facilities. 17 miles northeast of Orlando.
organization said Hanlon's appli-- .A I Tuesday the Deseret farms site
The substantial addition
cation was recommended to the was eliminated.
board b>' the special committeein building projects over {the .., 'Strangely enough no one has
four has aided In ; .'( I
years called on me personally concerning
charge of filling the top staff
over-all insurance rates by 520 and seven miles east of Ash- the selection of the different

spot.Hanlon has been ,employed by percent, the capital I I ton. The Leesburg firm was sits's,' However I expect other
Osefola Oil Company since he port noted. awarded the contract for this 1 1ra members of the Board have received
came to Kissimmee i in' 1956. He 19 mile stretch. The remaining 'phone calls although I
lives at 2513 'Highlands avenue seven mile bid will be let am not sure," Harrison said
\\ith his wife and two boys. He Bagging ; after the January or February Presentations have been madeto
was instrumental in organizing meeting of the County Commis- the Board by the several

(he Kissimmee Highlands Baptist sion, according to Murray Over- County Commissions concernedwith
mission which held' its first congregational May street Jr. attorney for the Com- the selection. The entire
.meeting in the Han- mission. j board visited the Bluestone site
Ion home. The Manly Construction Com- recently
With a degree ffrom Eastern I I When parking meters pany said they didn't expect any i. I Chairman Harrison told The
Kentucky State Teachers College ged a few days ago for the major problems with the con- Gazette many things are being

in Richmond. Ky., and 28 semester tion of the Christmas struction. They have been al- taken into consideration. Among
hours toward a graduate degree season it was freely lowed 420 days to complete their 'these are: Property suitable for
in Education. Hanlon taughtfor that merchants\and :! segment. "It's just another road | future expansion, proper flooding

a .Institute at Millersburg, Ky., he. more- convenient < The 'Gazette i --- '-* -' publisher} ,and Bob Cody editorial director, of the Gazette I of the MIl (1t must be
to Florida. parking ,spaces, preventing But not for-Osceol County. sound enough to be able to hold
before coming
ponder the new look of the Gazette. (Photo by Eby)
His parents, Mr and Mrs.1 use by shoppers .The .co itroversy.and the the large buildings"), travel time
Frank D. Hanlon have followed The Kissimmee ground-laying tactics have beenin and distance between major
him to Kissimmee living at 2515 Commerce bulletined its progress for the past four David West Assumes areas of population and the population

Highlands avenue and Mrs. Han- bers this week, however years. trends.
I Ion's parents, Mr. and Mrs Abe a "check has been made ; In 1963 a road bond ,issue was Also Included were: air imitation -
Couch, also live in Kissimmee two-day period and there passed by the citizens of Os- Editorial Dutiesin public transportation facilities
Highlands, at 2621 Milton Avenue. exactly two violations ; ceola County. In addition to that adequate housing, recreation
Directors voted to give Hanlon -and both probably had ? $1.000,000 is expected from the facilities, hospital faculties, near

:authority to hire whatever secre- reasons.'* State Road Board. David West of Gainesville has of Florida's daily newspaper The ness to main arterial highways,
tarial help he needs subject to I The chamber bulletin This was the first successful assumed the duties as editor of Florida Alligator.The airplane flight patterns fire pro
budget limitations, and Jo offer "It is cooperation of this bond issue since the boom-bust the Kissimmee Gazette. He succeeds new editor, appointed by tection, water rates.
an incentive supplement based on that can make Kissimmee over 30 years ago. Leo Schumacher. Gazette Publisher Al Cody, at- One of the deciding factors In
acquisitions of new memberships. Other communities had Included in spearheading the West, a recent journalism graduate tended public schools In Alachua the selection of Gainesville as
Hanlon will succeed Fred Me-, domed the procedure, fight for the road were Bill of the University of Florida County and was graduated from the location of the University of
Daniel as administrative head of f, to the chamber Prather, Larry Rogers then attorney has worked as a staff writer for :McCallie Prep School in Chattanooga Florida was the offer of free water
the local community service! cause of abuses by for the Morman interests, the Gainesville Daily Sun and as Tenn. He is a member of for the campus by that town.
and their employees." Bill Wallis and many others. Recently the Decent site interests
: managing editor of the Florida Blue Honor leadership
agency.A. ....._.... ......................... _,_,_,_"._ _''.,.,'._._'...._- ...._......... .-.....-.........University........-....-......... fraternity Key Kappa, Alpha social offered an additional 900
fraternity and Sigma Delta acres in order that the campus

II I p; > - > County :3't for '64HARD 11 is Chi While honorary the journalism University professional West would bordered and have by Highway the a triangular"Bee 50 Line"-south shape highway of

was editor of six campus publications the Martin plant
.... The Board of Control fc a seven

He is single and is the son of man group appointed by the governor -
Professor and Mrs. Stanley L. for staggered terms.
note of cautious optimism steady and sound i
West of Gainesville.West .
prevailed in year-end, statementsof trade body said."Measured ,
? said
>.rc. the entire staff has
Osceola: county businessmen, by bank I
been asked to stay on with the
but generally it seemed that busi business has averaged v Gazette. Meeting

ness activity in 1964 cannot go cent ahead of last year Convene January 8
anywhere but up. latest monthly'gains as
20 per cent. Sales tax NARCE Aids Fund
state-wide standpoint,
From a
as shown by a chart ST. CLOUD Town Meetingwill
Florida's economy has been on in percentage gains For Needy Family convoke January 8 at 10:00:
the up-swing since late summer Hall Auditorium
a change in the law, a.m. in Ctty.
and is in?a position to wind up The date of meeting has been
1963 or| the bright side according cided improvement The local chapter of National changed because He1Year'1!

to the Florida State Chamber year"Personal income is II Retired Civil Employees (NARCE Day falls on the first Wedne&-
of Commerce. I ) eliminated the gift exchange
:an annual rate of 6 per day.Otto
at their Christmas party this will
Whitney president,
"Recent trends of principal in- 1962. Gasoline sales are year and instead each gave to
I speak on organhattom that help
dicators are. in the majority, ing 4 per cent over the fund to supply Christmas
favorable,and furnish a glimpseinto which, in turn was 7 cheer to a needy family.A the needy anon aa Had Cross,
next...year. While the startling over 1961 a low year. bountiful Christmas dinner, Salvation Army. United Appeal
gains of the sixties, formerly "The number of : along with a large amount of and others.
predicted are not yet in evidence corporations has begun i staples Is being provided for a Town Mieting Is conducted as

1964 should be a year of up, although the year's : family of four. In sedition several an anything open forum that will for discussion benefit the of

.. ',' ..,, .. . gifts for each member of community. The door is always
1ft. ; have been
the family provided
; 7 / '- : !open to anyone and everyone is
: , pr : AT WORK-Howard Harley look on as his son by Individual members of the: given an opportunity to speak

Dick does some touch up work on a negative for engrave chapter.In briefly or to ask gaadope.

: ( ) ing. (Photo by Eby)

During the past year the firm i sales of fifty percent charac- Autrey Sold Car a Day
!J increased their facilities by the terizes the Osceola Fruit Distributors I

addition of a fresh fruit shop history during 1962, accord In Boom of 1925
i which has been operated under ing to Jerry Ivey. Days
"'....... lease .Their retail outlet is designed 'The December 1962 freeze

i to serve the traveling public (Continued on Page 2)HOWARDJONSSON 1925 when D. L. Autrey arrived Salesaa at tile tnaaMisi
1k I ,, AS wen as the local commu
I I in Kissf-nmee to start Aut Of aO people. a bewreredsanta
nity he said although the bulk
trey Motor Company, the land Claus"'".tnriy the mast effective
k of the firm's business is through .
boom contributor to December
. was on.
distributors located all over the
country. "That fall, I was selling a car sates s introduced by Chamber 1

} Employment at Esper Productshas I a day." he reminisced as he and of Commerce PresfoaBt Hot-
his son Dan and daughter Katherine ace PMBBS!
held steady throughout 1963, ,
6s served for
as hosts the
J { McFarland said, despite the closing (i Chamber of Commerce "Koffee The real State befog a mighty
of many fresh fruit outlets in ]I fKlub" busy fellow John Matter of Al-
held at Mrs. Mac's last
: the state after the 1962 freeze. dersgate Fmssdatfon did aa effective .
tl I Iit :week, Others representing Autrey
Employment is expected to be :Motor Company who attendedwere job of inpersonatfon, with
maintained at present levels pack and a gfnotat "Ho, Ha.
i Gerald Croxton oldest employee "
McFarland said. Ho.
throughout 1964
I having worked since 1934.Mrs. .
...... p I. a Connie Partin, & daughter In an unscheduled brief tit
{ New Facilities Can I and the two Mrs. Autreys. Dr. C C Tidal .head of the

Sales are many times higher Osceoia County Industrial lie..
i Gs Raise Volume 50% now than they were then even ice Association urged the lava

Installation of frozen orange though the "Model T"' was a fast- far a cooperative attitude tvattra
t concentrate facilities which can selling item. Autrey noted. The J Industry on the part ofvitbem ed

i t c: MARTIN COMPANY provide for a potential increase Model T sold for only $600. .

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S' Kisrfmmft Gazette. Ktssirnmee.. Fbu, Thure. Dec. 26, 1963
Handel Brown Gives Present To WorldHandel I Eastern Star Has 1

Osceola Loans
I H. Brown of the First e. Christmas
Y Program
Presbyterian Church in St. Cloud
Up; Drop' Slightly gives another Christmas presentto

the world as he introduces his -
r ST CLOUD-For the Christmas -j [ ors exchanged tgtfts and many
book "When Jesus Game"Friends .
Flcridn's I program St Cloud Chapter -presentsWI'e given for members -
129 savings and loan me October increase by $9,680.- of the pastor-writer were :
I 46, Order of Eastern Star deck- of the Home in St. Peters
associations experienced a slight DOC. The record high for savings getting his autograph in copiesof s
its hall with holly and burg. Ova Baker was the recipient
slowdown in ed poinsettias -
increase for the month of November
mortgage lending the new book at a receptionin
beneath dome of broad of deepfat fryer and
during November according to was set in 1961 when the in- the St. Cloud hotel Monday Ruth
of tinsel. Kingsbury the betwttfu!
the streamers
Florida Savings and Loan :Tease was $42,641,000.As evening. Dec. 16.
League, but First Federal of Oscrola of November 30, 1963 total Two ago he presented LTT2 I Ruth French, soloist, sang doll and her wardrobe.
years "Star of the East" to open the Guests, at the next meetfc*
County reported loans closed ravings in these Florida thrift
the first of a Christmas trilogy,
brilliant addenda. Helen McCann :January 2, will be worthyIrons mdft
of $. 9.000 for the month, up and home ownership associations 'A Recipe for a Merry Christ- r t
the soloist. Carl worthy patrons of tJWDistrict
substantially from the $414.000 amounted to $4,199,934,000 and mas" and for Christmas 1964 he accompanied *
recorded a year ago. total mortgage loans. $4,025,120. promises the final volume. i Pain worthy patron, read the

President William T. Wallis of "I wish I could devote all my 1f Bible story. Officers with lighted i
the Osoeola candles circled the altar while Open the door to
County institution time to writing, he told The opportoa'
said "this has been an. unusually Market Sales Gazette. "I have eight more Alice Cooper, chaplain, prayed. for handicapped people by sop j

good year for savings" and that books just waiting to be written. { I The message of how to keep porting your local non-profit I

his institution would show for Total 204 HeadAt His latest book brings to the Christmas was effectively given Goodwill Industries. I

1963 somewhat more than its his- nativity story a devout and wond- by Estel Shumate, worthy ma-

toiical growth of $2 millions an- the Kissimmee Livestock erfully fresh approach. Strippedof tron. In closing, each of the
Star Points helped decorate the
nually.In Market Wednesday 204 cattle and traditional cliches and senti-
releasing the state-wide in calves were sold compared to 375 mentality, the events and char- tree with colored stars.

formation William D. Hussey, :a week ago.Compared. acters of the Christmas drama AUTOGRAPHS BOOK-Rev. Handel Brown is shown above with Mrs. Brown as he autographs All officers were present. Eva
executive vice president of the come alive in sharp relief againstthe his latest book "When Jesus Came" for friends at a reception given for him last Wright, a past grand matron of

Florida the League smaller stated volume that of lending despite -.' slaughter steers to, heifers last Wednesday and bulls times.background of their own week at St. Cloud. This is the second in a Christmas trilogy he plans. (Photo by Eby) several Vermont visitors was introduced honored. them-When

i too few either or both weeks for selves, it was discovered that
during November the Florida "Last Dr. Brown statesin
and "the chosen of the
associations are well on their wayto accurate test cows 50c lower and his preface, "Dr. Kenneth L. chosen race." woman Rev. Brown there were eleven present from
calves about steady, stocker executive editor of The SpeaksTo Michigan.The .
establishing: an all time record Wilson Other elements of the Christ- ate.A1dy
steers and practicallyvoid conferred
ear in mortgage lending. Christmas Herald, asked me to degrees were
The League executive said that cows $1.00 lower and calves write an article entitled, "What is mas treatment story in are Parts given Three chapter, Four on Marilee Hartley and Charles
in about steady, nearly threefourthsof of Rotary Clubof Keever. Years ago, when Mrs.
November a total of $69.581- Christmas made of? Because and Five, including the shep-
000 in loans was closed by the the run went to slaughter. the strict limitations of space, it herds, the angels, and the wise Edith Elliot was worthy matron,

savings and loan associations in Good 750-900 lb. slaughter steers was not possible to deal adequately men. Marilee was one of the babies

the state and although this is $15 200021.75, few utility and stand- with any of the subjects in- The Reverend Mr. Brown was ST. CLOUD Rotarians and and to be the enemy of those dedicated. Three demits were 1964

million less than the amount ard 550-650 Ibs. 16001800. volved. At Dr. Wilson's sugges- born in Yorkshire England, has RotaryAnns were entertained by who live in other lands. or hap granted and three memberswere
closed in October it is a record tion I continued to work on the lived in St. Cloud for the past three young singers Mark, Cyn- pen to be born of a differentrace. suspended for unpaid dues. unmask untold! I
high for the month of November. Utility cows $13.50-16.25, cutter project until it reached its pre six years. He is known for his thia and Kim Luthie, at a Christmas We cannot decide to lim- The charter was draped for Joy.for You and '
115014.00, canner $10.50-12.00. and held in it will if want to Lucy Blackmun, interestedand
Total. loans closed during the sent size. interest in civic affairs, is a past party banquet our good we an Yours!
first eleven months of 1963 Standard and few good calves The book is divided into five president of Rotary and was First Presbyterian Church din- celebrate the Festival in spirit untiring member, who wasa

unounted to $831,552.000 which $18.00-21.50, utility 16001900. parts, the first of which sets the active in the movement to bring ing room. The trio was accompanied and in truth.In past matron of the Order. Re-
surpasses the record for total Few standard vealers $22.00- stage for the Christmas event into being the St. Cloud hospital. by Mrs.' Paul Krotts at the this respect we would all do ports of illness included Ida Cun- MAR-MIL

loans for an entire year by $5 25.50. from the standpoint of history, Hostesses at the reception include piano. Cynthia recited "Twas me well to realize that there is a ningham, Virginia Gill and Hel-
economics and politics. Night Before Christmas." sense in which it is wrong to len Hilton. Birthday of Caroline
million which
was set last year. Inferior and few common feed- Mrs. J. J. Griffin Jr.,
While not a record amount er-stocker cows 7501300. Part Two presents the story Mrs. I. V. Meyers, Mrs. A. G. Gifts, some extremely amusing, speak glibly of Christ as a Jew Bates was acknowledged. Excel-

total savings increased in November Common and medium calves from the viewpoints of Zackarias Larkey, Mrs. Ellis Goldsworthy, were exchanged and each recipient who belonged to one particular i lent reports of the bazaar Thrift Specialty Dress Shop
by $25.382,000 which tops 15002000. and Elisabeth, John the Baptist, I Miss Emily Heusinkvelt and Mrs. was asked to tell how his nationality at one specific period Shop and trip to Cape Coral 1102 New York Ave.
deals with Bethlehem, the stable.Conference I Ii I". W. GeeL present would be used or what he of time. were given by Grace Strickland.
i I II thought it was for. Nora Heath, The secret of ultimate harmony Mmes. Mildred Leach, Louise ST. CLOUD

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGNotice I pianist. accompanied the singingof is offered to us at Christmas. In Nickerson and Mary Ann Camp-

I I. hereby glvn that the City Commission will hold a The Reverend Handel Brown, man like unto the Son of God. He freshments. Members and vis-
public hearing at 8:00 P.M. TuesdayJanuary 14, 1964, Commission -
Room, City Hall, Stewart Avenue, Kissimmee, Florida pastor of First Presbyterian does not rule the world from a
to hear those person Interested In the request of Osceola Petroleum Agrees on FC(:D Projectappropriations Church. past president of Rotaryand high and lofty throne to which point. During the past year it P

'Company to amend the Zoning Ordinance to allow author of two books one only (tie most exalted can climb, has assumed responsibility for
wholesale and bulk storage of petroleum products In B-3 published last year and the second but from a modest cradle before publications like The Florida Restaurateur -
[Commercial Business &on.J. Application specifically for Word was received from bill which indicates
just recently, gave theO which all men kneel. Vegetable Journal of
was11-1 I
ington that a Senate-House Congressional desire that sfmas Message: Instead of thanking God that Florida and Windmill News.
The West 100' of North 175 of the business
new starts made this
ference Committee has fiscal
block #2 of Dellwood Park Subdivision [locatedat "The Christmas message is for we are not as other men are, Scheduled to be added to the ros
the rear of the Dellwood Park 66 Station_ ]. on a $14,750,000 appropriation for year on the Aerojet Canal (C ill) everyone. Perbao that is why which all too often we do, Christmas ter in 1964 are some editions of
the current fiscal year for the and the Cutler Drain program Incarnate God came as "one of bids us recognize that other The Florida Methodist.

CITY COMMISSIONCITY Central and Southern Florida (Canal 100) -both located in the masses." Never came a king men are basically like us. We

OF KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA Flood Control Project. southern Dade County." Miles m such great humility. all have the same hopes that uplift Martin Payroll

Riley S. Miles of Kissimmee, said. "The appropriation will not There was no fanfare of trumpets the same spirit that animatesand

Chairman of the Governing Boardof permit us to do all we should be there was no parade of out- the same confidence that en- Near $80 MillionThe
the 18-county Flood Control ward porno there was no twentyone courages. .
District said the money (matched doing. But we will be able to gun salute. Jesus not only loved all men State of Florida moved

1E with appropriations already approved continue work on most of the Manv children wen born that He was not ashamed to call them into first place as recipient of Ringing out our

i MUST SELL by the Florida legisla- construction contracts already year. Jesus was one of them. He brethren. Then. why are we?" money spent for procured items good wishesfor

ture) will be used for construc- underway through the end"of this came into the world as all babies Rotarians and RotaryAnns received by the Orlando Division of a Joyous

tion of levees, canals, spillways, fiscal year, next June 30. come. He came as one of us so this Christmas Word in a tin Company, according to Mar-j New Year To All!

.. and other primary water control It is expected that starts of that he could appeal to all of moment of silence before leavingthe port released this week on Mari i
works. beautifully decorated banquet tin's business expenditures within -!
construction of the two flood con- us.
OWNER LEAVING TOWN Miles noted that the appropriation trol programs for south Dade The 'good tidings of great joy' table. Each man and woman took the State during 1963. I PARQ'5GIFT

is greater than the $14 mil- County will be made shortly be- are for 'all me people' (Luke home a thought and a prayer to Historically, New York and ,

lion recommended,,by Jhe .President fore the end of the current fiscal 2:10). We cannot decide toJinu ponder on during the holiday sea New Jersey haye headed the SHOP

: 3-BEDROOM WATERFRONT in his 1963 Budget Request, year. it our goodwill. Jo. our jpym folks.. son. list of states benefitting- from I
but less than the $17J>\million requested .Martin Orlando procurement !
HOME 3 MILES by the FCD. : with Florida ranking third. How-'
FROM TOWN 1107 New York Ave.
"We are extremely gratifiedthat i Osceola Business in ReviewContinued I ever,. a preliminary report on
our able Congressional delegates 1963 activity now puts Florida ST. CLOUDy

spearheaded by Senator first place with approximately
Spessard Holland and Congressman I 23.5 percent of Martin's businessa

Terrazzo Floors, 2 Full Tile Dante Fascell, were able to ( from Page 1) compressors to maintain below the first year of operation of considerable increase inFlorida's

get additional funds," said Miles. zero temperatures. his photo-engraving business located share of the total procurement -k
Baths, 1,600' Floor Space, The Senate had recommendedan slowed us down considerably," "Such expansion as this re- on Orlando avenue at Verona expenditures made in -

appropriation of $155 millionfor Ivey states, "but we have been quires the utmost cooperation between Street. 1962.Procurement

Carport, Storage Rooms c the Flood Control Project for running our fresh fruit packing city light, water and sewerage Harley, with his wife and son expenditures by
fiscal year 1963-64, but the House plant at full capacity since the officials," he said, with and daughter-in-law moved to Martin within the State during

Built-in Range Oven, Gar- recommended only $14 million. start of the season." words of special praise for Roy Florida from Watertown, N.Y., 1963 will probably exceed $18

The joint Senate-House Confer- The single strength canning operation Hansel and Ray Faulk.FloraFresh and started business in Octoberof million, according to a Martin
bage Disposal.Lot ence Committee in effect "split is at half capacity, how 1962. Growth since then has official. The Division is currently -

85' 125' the difference said Ed Dail of ever, because of a scarcity of is New been steady if not spectacular, doing business with more than
x West Palm Beach, Executive Di- fruit. he said. 1,000 Florida vendors and sub-

rector of the FCD. Osceola Fruit Distributors is St. Clair Product Richard Harley, the SOD, is contractors.

Even though the appropriationis located near the corner of Vine "outside' m a n" for Harleys, Martin-Orlando, 'the state's
SEE YOUR REALTOROR greater than the Presidential and Main streets, and has a peak Introduction of a new product, spending most of his time on the largest single industrial employer -

request, it will nonetheless meana employment of 300 people. Flora-Fresh, climaxes a year of road covering Central Florida with 10,200 employees, has a
CALL slowdown of construction of the Installation of the concentrate development and market research and the Tampa Bay area. payroll which is running at approximately -

total Flood Control Project, Dail : facilities involved a "sizeable i for Mr. and Mrs. Bill Charles Hawk serves as camera- $LS million a weekor GREETINGS
explained."We outlay" according to Ivey. In. St. Clair and their Custom Plas- man for the Harley institution close to $80 million for the

understand that specific eluded are a freezer 100x60 feet tic Developments, Inc. which operates two 24-inch process r year. from
language has been placed in the with two forty-ton refrigeration When the St. Claus sold their cameras, a modern type Miscellaneous business ex-

plastic pot manufacturing operation fast-etch machine and related penses and taxes along with procurement
to Ritter Plastics in 1962 equipment to provide offset neg- and payroll expendi- -GARY'S

RAMBLER CLASSIC 6 V-8 they went into plastic engineering atives and letterpress printing tures will put the company's
In beautiful or package-
Florida disbursements the
on a consulting basis, expecting plates for the graphic arts over DUCK INN
$100 million mark.
to devote their ma- industry.

chines, knowledge and experi Asked if there was any way in Total capital investment in
plant, facility and is
ence toward engineering preci- which the community could help equipment
sion thermoplastic products for $30 million-covering 1.4 million
in the development of the busi-
ft. of floor WHY HOT Vf71K!
mass production. ness Harley stated that "they sq. space on 4,700
have already done everythingthey acres. Government facilities are DURING THE HOUBAYS.
Exhibits at the Florida Indus- approximately $3 million or
trial Exposition were "It's up to us do our share, 3974 South Orange
to attract the attention of pros- While no specific predictions
pective clients. too, you know." for 1964 were available Martin Blossom Tram

Vie.. During the current year they officials did indicate that they
:' have
'1 I r.r brush, a toilet tissue roller Million Dollar Mark same level of business activity
::* . wk release marketed under the within the State
\\V.. ra w sr a a. s as during 1963.
name "Shamrock,'' and the
Flora-Fresh dispenser which de- Cody Publications, Inc. has

posits a small amount of deodorizing seen employment rise sharply
concentrate in the tankof during the year just ending, and

flush toilets. Along with their Howard Jonsson stated that gross I

work on the
the research: on the flora-Fresh dollar mark this year for thte

concentrate itself, which has first time. :9 .AND A VERY
the current NAB .
_. been developed in three scents. Employment during :
been in the
has highest com-
New gambler Classic 770 hardtop one of "Considerable time and effort year
24 models in 3 u tiftI'64 Rambler Series: was devoted to proprietary products pany's history with paychecks BIG "THANKS"TO
AmerIca...Class*6 or V-S reaching a total of 70 in the
and market research y R
.. Ambassador V-S third quarter.
Mrs. Ct. Clair "and
states EUai; Q

lie. 1 hi C8IIIfI3CI car sales-luthiII' IeHs HaUle Adler ...., ing distribution studied."methods A distribution are now program be- bindery During equipment the current has year been new in- ONE AND ALL

stalled to replace obsolete machinery -
under a separate corporate -
increasing the capacity
name will probably

new excitement... -faster ro0w..sta tart perfwmaiC ...Yatae featuresOCTSTUTTCHOUTROOMMSSI adopted early in 1964. :,f Primary the plant reason for the growthof
Literature prepared for the
the company this year has
1963 Exposition in Orlando call-
been the acquisition of LaHadenda -
ed attention to Custom Plastics'ability
-a fifty-year-old agricul-
to mold extremely precise
tural monthly published in Spanish -
small parts, such as gears, for Latin American distribution
kN. from such compounds as poly au21iSTANDARD
-under a management contract -
carbonate, acetals, cellulosics,
Bob Cody and Kelly Lyons
acrylics, styrenes, polyethylene, involved in directing
have been chiefly
and polypropionate.
the 25,000-circulation(
b ... <.,- The firm is located for the and between them have I.
Solid comfort ocr SNAPPY 4 PERFORMANCE plus I ocTEXTftA VALUES at no cxtracostinda: ag time being at 906 North Main to Latin America .
made three trips '
I for 6 big adults. Yet the Rambler Classic famed economy and plenty of go for safe I Dap-Dip-rustprooring Doubto-Safct1 Street. for editorial purposes. All :
) 6 or V-S is trim outside for easy handling. passing. Choice of Qissk 6 or V-8. | )Brakes Advanced Unit Construction. production of the publication isdone \
11 Engraving Firm is in Kissimmce, including thecover
:jI made byHariey
I! {t t,l Encouraged by '63 plates Engraving which Company.Cody's are .

fouucded in 1946 to
it" 295 ; Howard Harley of Harley Engraving [bush The Florida Cattleman
Ei. .. . Company stated''' he was rtate organ for the livestock in- E. P. NOD. AOINT
f:. t .-1:: ,;; Watch the Danny Kayo CBS-TV. Wednesday evening "quite encouraged" .asa- result' ustry, and'has grown from that ;


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SIGNS: LEASE FOR RECREATION AREA-Dr. Charles C. Tindall signs a 30 year lease
for a two-and-a-half acre tract near Kissimme Highlands to be used as a recreation area. lif ;: ; 1 1 ; ; ; ; i11, .ii.'

The contract,states that the fee of one dollar a year will be paid with the understandingthat WHITE SLICED _
the area be used and maintained as a recreation area, and that if used for other purposes 50 Extra TepVike! Stum
or not properly maintained the land will revert back to Tindall. Looking on are trus- t .:.:.:. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of
tees Harris Daniel, Fred Smith Naaman Wilmarth and Regina Glass. Not pictured are Mrs. .:.:.:.: JOWLSBOB OHv PKO Fz. PICLID OtYtINLi

Tindall and trustee Tom Tefteller. (Photo by Eby) 1I1I11 N II. Pan OOO i THRU Rerii DICIMBCn 1 Shrimp MTN

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Ritter Plastics Jumps Next Year JJ 1 1 1

When Osceola County car own- IN _
To Change NameAll ers start buying their 1964 auto ::::::: TEETHOUT 1 1LB. .__ I :::=::: 50 Extra Top Value Stints

tags four they to will ten find dollars.jumps in pricesof ...:.:..:.:..:.:..:. 1, P KG. _ ::..:.:...:..:.: WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of

According to Osceola County 1 __ FIVI w..D
outstanding stock of Ritter Representative J. J. Griffin the LB.SAVE 1s Oa; iIIO ifigki
Plastics. Inc. was tranferred anda additional monies were earmarked -
name change is pending. The by the 1963 Florida Legisla- 1 1 GOOD TNRU DICtMSLN .no
new name of the corporation: will ture for general revenue for pub- 1IIIIiM / !II AT ANY WINN DIXtVI'

ter be Better Plastics Plastics home,offices Inc. The will Bet-be lic Osceola schools.County Tax CollectorW. mmwm::: ::::::: ::: : M:::: :::m:::::::I::::::::::: ::::: I ::: : : :: J::::::: :::::t l Ittf ::::::: : : _u- II1

in Kissimmee at 1404 North Main E. Pound said the following i
street. The firm is now under prices would be in effect when i "
control of the key personnel. The the tags go on sale Jan. 2, 1964: 10* EACH FLAGA . Limit 2 with $5. order or more 50 Extra Top Value Stamp* ,
president of the is Bill
company plain was $15.50 now $22.17; "W"
Messina and the board consists of was $20.50 now $30.29; "D" was 24-oz. WITH THIS COUPON AND PUftCHA&K OF
John Eaton Roy Tordi, Bob $10.50 now $14.04; "A" was 5.50 Blackeye Peas 19 1 FROLM
Chapman anr M. L. Moore. now $11.33; "R" was $5.50 now Pkg. Gold twoinFL/! Onion Rings
Better Plastics produces plas- $11.33.
tics flower pots,and food containers Other new prices are: uWW"was OOO DtccrftR L.TN
and sells to a commercial $25.50 now $38.42; "Q" was SAVE 6* EACH DIXIE DARLING LONG GRAIN 33 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
market. Messina stated that the 55.50 now $8.63.
greatest growth potential for the Pound said the old tags will be 3 Lb.PkO.. u
company is in the food container legal until Feb. 2. 1964. Fancy Rice 39 i
market and that if a pending
contract comes through that the
production at the Kissimmee BILL MESSINATheir Board of Realtors 50 Extra Top Value Slants
plant will increased greatly. He SAVE 6Yt EACH HUNT TOMATO Limit 2 Please WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASI< of
also said that they operate a products have ixxu and Elect OfficersOsceola ONt' P"OI' CHUM KING
plant in ,South Rockwood, Mich- will continue to be distributedacross 14-oz. Dinner For ThrH
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igan and are considering openinga the nation and in Puerto County Realtors held a atsup Bottles I.
plant in the northeastern por- l Rico and some foreign countriesto luncheon meeting and announced GOOD TNRY DtCM/LR fITM
tion of the country. This is due a limited extent. committees to serve during the AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
to the great market potential in "The growth of the food container coming year. SAVE 14* ,EACH LIBBY Limit 2 Pitas
that area-* : ->, The Officers of the .organization '
'?The 6'ckiro"und'ana "experi industry improves the technology Mildred Graham
are: Mrs.
ence of the people in our organi- impi l :)v''ethe''of"manufacturing materials in and processing also preesideui.LesterMann,, rice Corned zBeef'Can 39 ,, I
zation today is as solid and more '' president Bill Boy treasurer :,
varied than any other plastic' Messina and pointed vise Ch out.racterlsti'cS, George Beauchamp/,secretary : 59 Extra Top Value Stamp t *
moulder in the country. With our and Mrs. Davis, director will WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of
equipment and the combination of Better Plastics will specializein compose the executive committeeand SAVE 5X2* EACH VAN CAMP . Limit 3 with $5. food order FOUR No '. CAN. L.SHT MtT
our'facilities we will continue to the high speed automatic in- act as the arbitration unit.
,., be one of the leading manufacturers jection of moulding in food containers Others are: Bill Morse legisla-
of container type products flower pots and allied tion; Delbert Heller publicity; Pork Beans Tana
:,- in the country" Messina stated. products such as covers and Florence Harnett Everett Arn-
He also commented that overall printing of covers. Better Plastics old and George Beauchamp, program
sales have greatlly increased in is the parent and selling organization ; Tom Allen and Mrs. John
1963 over 1962 and that he antici- and will continue to operate Davis, membership. SAVE 8* EACH . OSAGE FREESTONE . Limit 2 Please
pates a 25 per cent to 30 per cent i St. Clair Plastics as a I Monthly meetings are plannedand II
increase in overall sales in 1964. wholly owned subsidiary. are to be held both in St. r- -
I Cloud and Kissimmee on alter- Peaches No. 2'11 CAN 19' 50 Extra Top Valve Stamps
nate months. Plans for the Jan- WITH THIS COUPON AND Pt'RCHASi Of
meeting include a barbe-
Patrolmen Issue uary ONE o-oz JAN Deep; COUTH
cue and a large attendance is Peanut Butler

expected. II ,.:':BIC n ...,,,, " At n_ iih'Y-;,;>.!" '.. !1t 'If
WarningOne Social Security U. S. No. 1 WHITEPOTATOES FRESH, FIRM, RIPE f

Official To VisitA BANANAS

hundred and eighteen per shaped up in the state county i
of the Social
sons died as a result of traffic by-county in November: representative
crashes on the streets and high Alachua two. Baker one, Bay Security Administration District -.-.- 50 Extra Top Vahe Stamps -
Office in Orlando will be at the
of Florida last month the four, Brevard two., Broward S
House in
Florida Highway Patrol said to three. Citrus two, Collier one, Community Kissimmee 10 1 a ,
on Monday January 6 and Mon- 0"11 LoAIlCO. .0"--
Dade 12, DeSoto Dixie
one one. '
20, 1963 betweenthe
day.Patrol day January
Aka! Seltzer
Comdr. H. N. Kirkman Duval six, Escambia eight Gads- I

warned motorists that "we have den two Gulf two and Hardee This hours service of 9:00 is made a.m. and availableto noon. > '... ",,,*,' v,. :;: v::_::' '_ +;:.A-::: ."-.".":;'; ""'it\"r.-: : '." ':V ,'N :-:::- .''i'1. ,,: .oc o THRU DCCCMM t* MG39L:9
entered the 1963 holiday trafficrush two. those who wish to apply for AT ANY WINN-DIXIE ,Lq
which could send our fatality ]7
Hendry one. Highlands two old-age and survivors insurance 1 '-/:'::;';. :.:,:_=: -Jr ;:-: :: _: : v, f:_ :' -" ' '. ''' t '_. .
total to a staggering final unless -Hillsborough seven Holmes three. benefits, social security account 'h .r : ::: : : : ;;::::: :: "; : ,'' : C' ; :
every one drives to observe Jackson one. Lake one. Leon one numbers or obtain information
the laws of the highways." Levy one, Madison one. Manatee about the Social Security Pro YELLOW SOLIDS
Cot Kirkman said that every I three, Marion two Martin one, gram. MARGARINE' LB. 10
available Trooper will be kept i Monroe two Nassau one. Oka- LIMIT 2 WITH $5. FOOD ORDER

on the highways and around the! loosa three Okeechobee one ,.... . .,
clock vigils will be the watchword: Orange five Osceola three and Traffic Accident .!... .;' "'A ".- -'''''-'' ..,. "i'_,*..; ... ..., -", ,. :- ..,. - "_- l'. .
to save lives-but declared: Air-:
Palm eight.

planes the roads and below troopers:? "will observing be ot limited on-: Pasco three, Pinellas four. Polk Report GivenIn ..._ _.'Ri1 *

effect unless we get the cooperation three. St Johns one, St. Lucie' a report. issued by the De- $ : -
of YOU the driver." two Sarasota three Seminole two partment of Public Safety Os- .
Here's the way the death seer and Volusia four. ceola County listed 13 traffic fatalities ,
-- -- i during the nine month $ i''iiiiiNJ' ; lt YOUR CHOICE
period ending in September of

Nine Cases Slated 1963.The report also showed that BLUE or WHITE ARROWDetergent III VACUUM PACKED I

380 accidents had been reported
with 194 injuries. Of these 221 Astor Coffee1DETERGENT
For Circuit CourtNine 159 were urban.listed as rural accidents. /I I

cases have been slated entering with intent to commit Coast Guard _
for circuit court the last week of I grand larceny Jan. 3. GIANT BOX .. l-LB. CAN
this month. Cases heard last week were Seeks CandidatesCollege II 39I 39"1
According to the present schedule M. E. Hudson Jr., pleaded guilty '
Judge Murray Overstreetwill :to grand larceny and sentencedto graduates and college .
hear the following criminal six months to three years; seniors graduating in January .
cases: Martin Johns accused of Edward Clayton Sullivan pleaded 1964 may apply for the CoastGuard p . Save 30 . Save 22* "
grand larceny, breaking and guilty to grand larceny and Officer Candidate School I {fj
entering with intent to commit placed on probation for' five class starting February 9, 1964. \ M
Tide. 491 Coffee 491
grand larceny grand larceny of years Upon completion of 17 weeks;i GIANT a
citrus, Decmeber 30. George Elmo Rexford placedon training graduates will be commissioned SUNRISE
Dave Ennis lewd lascivious probation for five years on Ensign in the U. S.* .... Limit 1 with $5.00 or.' f Limit 1 with $5.00
and' indecent assault Dec 31; charge of grand larceny;; Leon Coast Guard Reserve. Those who' more food order. order or more. . SHOPPINGCENTER
Stewart Chapman lewd, lascivious Woodrow Manning, six months to qualify may fulfill their military ,
and indecent assault. Dec. three years on charge of breaking obligation through this program. tJ; .
31. and entering a dwelling to The Coast Guard Officer Candidate ,
Mattie B. Bass and Raymond commit a felony; Jerry Howard School is at the Reserve ... ... FLORIDAijottti&t
and Center in historic Yorktown -
Tyner, operation a lottery Gadd was given a presentence Training
violating lottery laws Jan. 2. investigation on charge of break Virginia.For .
John HenryMaze,manslaughter ing and entering. .further information write
January 2:*Eugene Washington. I Cases referred to the public defender Commandant: (PTP-2), U. S. CLm
1 attempted breaking and entering were: Sylvain. Washington Coast Guard Washington, D. c., i
'wth intent to commit petit larceny Pilgrim. James Cowart Jr., 28226. .
Jan. 3: David Pilgrim accused of escape; S. C Johns
JOB TOO BIG or too small and
breaking and enering with intent accused of violating probation: NO a s&i
... to commit grand larceny, Jan. 3; Russell McKinnon. accused of when it comes to commercialprinting.
Gerald 'Sylvain,, breaking and robbery. Call 847-2881 today

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t W7 - -- 't .r i Schumaker Is HonoredFor A $ ,:

;I Jdi4riaU.'..< :' Outstanding ServiceAn 1.,< ,... 1.

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or .. award for "outstanding :>hn'S Episcopal Church. "We

service to the community" was I will miss you" Wallis said, "but I Ii

4 The KIss_ Gazette Klssunmee, Fla, Thurs., Dec. :86, 196$ presented to Leo Schumaker by i we will remember you as a vestryman

Horace Phipps president of the I and warden; we will miss
Pay As You Go Kissimmee chamber of commerceat I your wife as a worker in our

an impromptu luncheon on church school and as adviser to

When you can pay cash, why borrow?" was the basic r"x r"r Monday. I the Episcopal Young People; and
Schumaker starts new duties 02 e will miss Mark and Scott as
of Osceola
issue four when the people County
years ago "
1 the editorial staff of the West acolytes in our church.
I resoundingly voted "No" to the proposed school bond Palm Beach Post Times on Jan- Phipps pointed to Schumaker's

issue. uary 2. editor of
13 years of service as
,i The result was a broadening of the tax base and A desk pen set and clock appropriately .The Gazette expressed the hope

't higher taxes, of course but this coming year the new inscribed was presented I.that "the grass will be greener." i
to by Phipps. after which Bill Wal-I .
k Osceola High School will be sufficiently completed lis gave Schumaker a religiouswall I 'We'On't forget you;" we hope
the 10th 11th and 12th grades to the Thacker "
move plaque in behalf of St. you will not forget us. I II
Avenue site for the 1964-65 school term. II I

Frankly, we're mighty proud of this achievement and -b AI FLAG IS USED The flags over the nation have been

of the courage and determination of the school board Christmas Around The raised "> full staff as the 30 day period of mourning for

the late President John F. Kennedy, came to a close. litre
(who felt that the bond issue was the better course) to Oe.
Ernest Alman custodian at the eola Courthouse
give the voters what they asked for modern schools World Program Theme raising the flag. *

paid for year by year.

Concretely, here's what we've gained: I ST. CLOUD Programs for I Another example of youthfulability ThatatvayChristDlas

1)) Probably $1 million in savings on interest and other CHURCH HONOR-Leo Schumaker is shown here accepting "Christmas Around the World"]I was the report given by
Catherine Potter the 4-H
were distributed to members ofWoman's i on
costs connected with a bond issue. a plaque from Bill Wallis senior warden at St. [ Short Course given at Florida r
Club four
2)) Time enough to plan the building program delib- John's Episcopal Church. Schumaker also received a let Wheaton by Bill Fisk snowmenLee Skip- I State University during the summer Mean Family

ter from the Rev. Wendall Hainlain vicor of the church
erately and efficiently. per Shaddick. and Karen Beck. I She thanked club members

3)) The satisfaction of taking care of our needs in a thanking him, his wife Millie and their sons. Mark and Forty-five children from The for their sponsorship and declared -

first-class manner, still leaving our borrowing power in- Scott for the work they have done for the church in the Ross E. Jeffries Elementary i I ... . .it will be the most Get Togethers For ManyBy
tact-and the satisfaction of being unique in the State of past years. The Schumakers are moving to West Palm School entertained club mem- memorable week of my life. I
where they will work for the West Palm Beach Post- bers in song story and cos- |I Mrs. Joseph H. Watson president -I

Florida-a county with the determination to resist the Times, a John H. Perry Newspaper. (Photo by Eby) tumes.A extended a welcome to all BETTY EBY I I Robinson. Nancy Eby and .
and the determination,to Kate Knox is spending the Wendell Ketehum. Best wishes --
"Buy now, pay Uter" splurge Mixed Chorus, under the di- those present. Miss Zelda Heu-
with the times nonetheless! sinkveld led the devotion and holidays in Tallahassee with to each of you.
keep up rection of Miss Beverly Taylor, I t
and fam
her Jennings, Secial congratulations
Miss Sally Austin salute to the son to
Bond.issues have their place, of course. Some thing music supervisor was well received -
Bu by the audience. MissTa'lor flag; Mrs. Paul Krotts at the ily.Mr. I Don and Sally Coopernderwho
just cannot be done on a "pay as you go" basis. .i I piano for "America the Beautiful. and Mrs. Lester White celebrated their wedding j
wrote and the
where pay as you go is feasible, as was the case in ou entire arranged ." I and family of Hialeah were! anniversary Christmas Day

school building program, and is true in other cases too -- .-- -" Enthusiastically Droeram. without the Guests introduced were Mrs.: weekend guests of :Mr. and Pete Mears of Akron Ohio
I Mrs W. C. May in Orange is spending the Christmas hoi
all S. Hudson, Brockton.
we gain. aid of notes the students interpreted -
I Editor Dear Al and Bob-
: I Mass.; Mrs. Raymond Gotter, Gardens. idays with his parents. :Mi
from ,
I The Kissimmee Gazette Just a note to say how pleasedI many songs Mrs Laura O'Bryan and and Mrs Gilbert Mears
Paris Ohio; Mrs. Marie Jones
countries. Beth Hall
Now A Lawrence Dike? CityWe am to learn you are going to the introduction. DLxie gave i Charleston. W.Va. son Bill visited in Kissimmeelast i Carroll Starling Jr. a su
Rogers Murrayrepresented
are not thinking it will help be guiding The Gazette.If A tribute to Lucy Blackmun. week while enroute to I dent at the Drew Theological
the cattlemen to take their woes there is some way we may be Poland; Cynthia Tallahassee for the holidays.I! Seminary is spending the
Club president 1927-29, was giv-
When the Central and Southern Florida Flood Con- Luthie and Robin Thomas, Mex-
: Washington-after voted of don't hestitate call '1:
o they help. to en by Mrs. Byron Wright. Had Lottie Olsen left last week holidays with his parents.
trol District back in 1949 the late for it. Free tariff has we'll come-a-runnin'. Person- ico; Wade Harper and Patty "
was originally set up always out- she lived five days longer. Lucy by plane for Chicago where Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Starling
Brumfield. Martha
Lawrence Rogers was a member of the board. Since been a democratic policy.It ally. I think the Perry people England; would have been 92. Always in- she will send the holidays Mr. and :Mrs William Need
Partin and Dale Crail, Germany
Florida is not only meat for every really got themselves a good with her family. ham and family visiting
then, it has become: traditional for governors to Debbie Smith and Phillip terested in every civic endeavor are
type of manufacture from buttonsto deal. But maybe they knew it ; Mickey Davis left last week the Gainers over the holidays
she chosen
appoint a person from Kissimmee on the board and Beeler Philippine Islands Don- was appropriately as j
automobiles. Our own manu- all the time. I end for Hobbs, Xew Mexico | Mr and \Ih. Raymond
Mrs. St. Cloud the pioneer
Glenn Dick Makinson the late Clarence Thacker ald Schmidt and Sharon Sharpe
Ray, facture is closed down. Our pea Regards. of the 50th anni\ersary of where she will visit relatives. i Coins and daughter Trud
and now Riley Miles have all served effectively.We ple out of work while the govern- DON HINTON France; Joyce Crosby and Ricky queen the city. I I Dr. and Mrs. George Beau 'Kay of :Ml AIl)'. N'-C. are
Crews, Austria Alan Barberi
ment spends billions creating Tupperware ; Thanks to Samuel E. Wood champ are spending the holidays i spending the holidays with
and Janie Czechoslovakia
were most pleased that the Board saw fit to dedi- jobs the same as Roosevelt did Partin director of the recent production I with relatives in Warsaw ''their daughter and family. n' .

cate the dike at the south end of Lake Tohopekaliga to and Truman with their policingin Publisher. The Gazette Roberts.; Ricky Sweden Shingler Shelley and Libby McKinney of the :MESSIAH and to the and Indianapolis. Ind. Leo SchumakersMr .
Korea as an example.We Dear Al: ; I' Birthday congratuJations and :Mrs Robert Dunnof
the memory of Clarence Thacker, who laid the ground- and Susan Young. United high school for the use of the
suggest reading up on ancient I was so very glad to receive : this week are being sent to Birmingham
are visituiK
auditorium; to the able -
of construction in the Kis- States. I
work for the actual
beginning politics. Why not read up your letter this morning tellingus Mrs. Carroll Crispin and Wade Lanier. Dot Bass. Raymond her parents. :Mr and :Mrs L.M. .
Others in the chorus
simmee Valley. on the days when Dutch Holland your firm was taking over were Mrs. Paul Krotts; to Robert !1 Sessions. Eileen Chap i : Williams.

And we'd like to add our endorsement to the present tried to ship their manufacturein management of The Gazette.We Heather Bartlett. Mella Dee Lewis for his unflagging interest : man. Lloyd Fleming. Wm. Capt. and :Mrs Ben Kral

suggestion that the second dike (at the Road 60 bridge here and what happened- will be looking forward to Cas Bass.thorne Walter. :Marilee Burdett.Dals Becky ra, Land I generous support; and to Clint Barber. :Mary Gardner. jew and children Montgom-: -
Studebaker is closed: down working with you in a regular Ben Kraljev. Bill Sammons. ery are spending Christmaswith
east of Lake Wales) be dedicated to the original Kissimmee Donna Dye Dusty and Ricky i, members of the Club and others I
twine factories have quit becauseof advertising program.Congratulations who participated were voiced b>' | )McGonigal, Terry Logs her parents. :Mr and Mrs
member of the board and one of our community'smost Friddle. Sandra Hodgins. San-
the imports from Germany. to you and best Mrs. J. J. Griffin Jr. and warm- : don, Lois Graessle.: Jenny Ellis F. Davis.

respected leaders, Lawrence Rogers. More will follow. wishes to you and Bob in this Meade dra Hoerl.. Suzanne Linda :Meise.King Billy Ann I'ly seconded by club members.Mrs. :I Graves, Lulu Overstreet. :Mr. and Mrs Henry Peterson

Why not look it up and starta much needed "forward look" in I Irene Cederborg thanked :j Georgia' Grigsby. Coy Conrad. I and their sons Richardand

We'll All Miss Leo and Millie little political education.A our weekly publication. I Moore.Xichols.Evelyn Patsy Parris Newton Rose Tommy Ann I members for the generous gifts I I Gilbert Mears. Babi Offstein. David Montrote.: '. :Michigan -

Gazette Reader E. R. HERZBERGSheriffs Lucille Schmidt. W J Lucas. are Christmas of
for Osceola patients in the men- I guests
Petro. Carol Ratliff. Janice Sal- i
Someone said the other day, "Leo sparked our growth"and I tal hospital and sought cooper- ', Gene Canale. James>> Winland. George Peterson at 814 :Mab
-- --- -- ---------- icy David Smith Rhonda Tis- '
: I :Marcia Aultman. Marcia Ault. : bette Street :Mr. Peterson b
it was true. I dale. Jim Trice. Gary Van Boyer ation with Junior Women's Clubin
their project of making warm man, Marvin Kinsey. RichardI employed by the Universal!
r Leo Schumaker, as editor of The Gazette from 1950 Department and Lois Lee Webb.
I Chenoweth. Daisy Koza i Engineering Company
slippers for Sunland.Refreshments of
until last week, is a man of contagious enthusiasm(out Principal Walter Watkins. ..j.Ralph Ruert. Dan Smith. Bill Fran kt"n muC'h.' Michigan
,served by
standing"writing abiliiyarid he has a passion for progress ,Shows Marked Growth present_ for thepl.ogram, can the Trustees Mmes.were Leslie Ace J Boyd.: WaJT; !il '_ Millejr. Eg 'Richard is-majoring, .in Philosophy W
well his students
be of
Under his readership, The Gazette has consistently! and proud The presentationwas and I. R. Linton poul"edith Tate. Frank Bronson. ;Mary at Taylor Unitat

and;Effectively supported community advancement In 1953, when R. AL "Bob" sponsored faculty. by the Music Division :Miss Emil Heusinkveld and I' C McDevitt. Laura Day Wai Upland. Indiana David is majoring
lis. Margie Curry Marc Ann in :Mathematics at Central
1 field. Mrs. Karl LeKander assisting.
every Buckels took the office of sher- of the Fine Arts Department -
: Wilson. Barton Miller. George Michigan Univ
ifz of Osceola County, he had a with Mrs. Paul Krotts as

While we can't blame the John H. Perry Newspapersfor jail in the basement of the chairman.

wanting his talent inVest Palm Beach, we do want \ County Court House, one deputy I IE

to take this opportunity to express to Leo and and one mobile radio. Now Sheriff t Lovell Heads Oil Distribution Firm
Millie-I Buckels has a new, modern, Lessons
in behalf of the whole community our thanks Sewing
jail eight outside deputies, three
I fine job he's done for Kissimmee and Osceola County. ,' office girls ten mobile radios Offered FreeGirls I Osceola Petroleum Co.. Inc..

j Leo and Millie expect to be in Kissimmee through the \ two stations in his office and one I has taken over the distributionof ..iF r

holidays, starting work at West Palm Beach on the in Kenansville. One of the radiosin Phillips petroleum productsfor
if want to learn to
Post-Times on January 2. We hope they'll come back his office is on his frequencyand sew join a you 4-H Club. This Osceola County and Richard
the other is on the inter- goes N' "Dick" Lovell formerly of
often. won't be !
They soon forgotten county network. for mothers too. Mother can Tampa has assumed manage
volunteer as a local club leader
The sheriff's office handled mrnt of the firm

Central School-and the new City Hall some 2,100 cases in 1961 and and get specialized training
thousand through sources available to the Osceola Petroleum succeeds Os
spent approximately 81
There is only one satisfactory location for the "City dollars. In 1963 they handled county extension office. : ceola Oil Company which has

Hall"-actually a utilities office building-which will result 3,000 cases, an 87 per cent in- JUDGE O.P.JOHNSONSHERIFF The most important tool neededfor S been Miles operated since 1958 by Riley

from the refinancing and expansion of our utility crease and spent only 97 thous- making a skirt, dress slipcover

and, a 20 per cent increase. Alsoin drapes or anything else is.
.x; President of the new firm is
debt.That 1961 department fed an aver
location is the site of Central School. age of 11 prisoners per day, in of course the sewing machine., Bob Hughes of Orlando, jobberfor

i On this site can be placed our city offices and our fire 1962 they fed an average of 23 I r And it's not enough to own a,I Phillips in the Orlando area
sewing machine should know
; you Associated with Lovell in the local
station, with room left over for needed downtown park- prisoners every day and this what makes It run, how to take!
Carl Miller and
-I year they have been averaging care of it, and how to i are
get maxi i
Mrs: Doris Bindernagle. all of
W .1 between 30 and 35 prisoners
ing.It's imum '
use 363 days a year. Kissimmee.The .
convenient to all citizens. each day. The cost of feeding ,
a prisoner the three meals he All this can be learned in 4-H.
We the City of Kissimmee and the
strongly urge firm distributed Phillips
gets every day is 76 cents. "Over I There is a special program aptly
School Board to come to an agreement on the transferof I 95 per cent of our prisoners are called "Getting the Most Out of 36 motor fuels and lubricants

this property. It is so obviously in the public interest in jail on felony cases," the Your Sewing Machine." which of- I and operates a home deliveryfuel

that the outdated Central School be replaced and that sheriff said "and we handle \ fers two-day training courses for oil service on a countywidebasis. \\ RESIDENTS Mr. and Mrs Dick Lovell. who are

this land remain publicly owned that an equitable basis about 150 juveniles per year." 4-H Clothing or home improve I shown above with their daughters. Chen and Michelle

Each of the eight deputiescars ment project leaders and for 4-H to make their home Higaitmnee.
plan in lie recently -
for its transfer need not just be sought it must be I Lovell has been with the Phillips purchased
travel 3,500 to 3,800 miles I girls who serve as junior leaders. I -I the Osceola Oil Company from Rile*' S. Mile*. It

found. every month for a total yearly as wen.I I company for five years serving -|I Hill now be operated as Otceola Petroleum Co.. Inc.
I recently as district representative -
millage of some 360.000 miles.
Photo EbAge
You'll Like Kissimmee The sheriff stated that he has E. -ED" POUND I With the aid of sewing teachers, for Central} Florida. A native ' ( by \)

added three deputies in the past I and expertly written and illustrated -:I of Tampa he attended|
schools there and received lI'
The new editor of The Gazette is David West, but the; three years and hopes to add I' guide books, both experienced A.B. degree at Stetson]Ii i I
: two more in 19W. "The turnpikewill : and inexperienced home sewers Replacing
writer of this editorial is Bob Cody. Last Friday, it wash book He taught in public schools for
greatly increase our -F are taught how to easily make
f a real pleasure to take Dave to the county and city of- work. We have to handle each adjustments clean the machinej one year spent two years overseas -'

fices and introduce him around. (After all, it was like old case at least nine times whetherwe .1a and operate It properly. with the army and then:I i Youth in County
went to work for His I
times: I used to cover those same "beats" for The Ga- see the man or not" com- 1 Phillips.
wife the former Miss Joan Sellers :
zette back in 1941.) mented Buckels. He forecast an 1 They actually try stitching on eI

3 increase of at least 1,000 more samples of the newest natural and a classmate at Stetson isI I Osceola County is losing its per cent of the total popaIat ion

i But the point of this editorial isn't to reminisce. cases in 1964 than in 1963. ; synthetic fabrics while learning to! originally from St Augustinp young citizens and the elder population to 21.4 per cent

l It's to point out one of Kissimmee's finest assets it's I adjust the tension stitch length I She is interested in piano and I, is increasing accord*h
choral work.
I thread and needle. Then They are Baptists. to a planning report now beinc '
such a friendly community.And I they I I Evidently the migration o.
They have two daughters. Cheri
half of folks talked to told Dave: ,'tackle the neat little box that I studied by the Kissimmee Ptaa- young adults ha been occurring
fully the we 3. and Michelle. 7 months old.
Tax CollectorHas I comes with every machine. It's I I ning Advisory Commission.The tor quite a period ol time. and

1 uYou'lllike Kissimmee.nI filled with a collection of odly I !I report states that age the exodus pro6.Yf
I Despite our frustrations, don't we all? Bigger Year I shaped metal forms referred to I I i J groupings of population statistic ins senior high I school or altergraduation

f as "attachment/* Mary Jeffreys II'how: therefrom." the re"Kjaaimnnf -

W. E. "Ed" Pound county tax I I I There It a continuing decline DOn ......

{ collector said yesterday that BOB BUCKELS Once these are mastered. the I Died At OrlandoMiss in the number of school age S

THEKISSIMMEE taxes collected in 1963 exceed' sewer is ready to go back home students: u evidently' a good

t GAZETTE 1962 by $130.057.45.) Methodist ChoirEntertained and teach her young dub mem- : Mary Julia Jeffreys (Jefferson -There ii an absence of young place *o trow up in. but after

bers what they need to know,to 89, of Orlando and former married couples; high school there i ia little incentive
In 1962 real estate taxes collected Kissimmee resident passed for an
f I begin their clothing projects. This overwhelming dumber -
A""a H. Pe"7 ?.-...aer were 867281.17 while thosein knowledge not only helps the away Sunday after a long illness. -People in their kite 28's ..sI of young people t* ..,.

1963 were $997.388.62.; The chancel choir of the First women to have a better dub. it I Her mother. Mary L Breaker I and early 40's represent sttgMly

Office: 24*.6 Stewart AT*. As of December 13th 14513 Methodist Church ended up avery I also enables them to do more passed away here in 1938. f more than one-fifth of 22 per cem Those that do stay or return
busy Christmas season I of the total population. after college in addition to others
sewing with less effort at home. I
j Telephone 847-2831 vehicle and 11 aircraft tags had with in party Thursday night at She was a native of Charleston. There is a declining i number in the 204J age group who case

been sold in comparison to 13.- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley 'The '' South Carolina and was a member I I of middle-aged people; to the city are not auttdawtrmnumber
training workrooms
Entered Class Mail Matter 9S6 and five of last year. -, of the Methodist Church.
as Second Anthony. and instructors an furnished : -Nearly one-fifth of 18.9 percent to ofiset the dtr44tni J.
In the Post Office at KlMlmme.- Pla.PubUahed are of the population is !
There was a slight increase inbeverage The group presented the annual free of charge by the There are no immediate sur- corafrhvied trend
I -Senior Citizen who Have "Such n situation is ..... ..
Florida licenses while intangibletaxes Christmas C a n ta t a December Singer Company. sponsor of the vivors.
1 Tnursdsjs at Kissiumec. showed an increase of Jl.- 15th and presented the Christmas I II I i I program. either retired or soon w. ate and. aa a result these young

923,05ith $33.080.82 being col-I program of music at the Kissim i Funeral services will be heldat "Ramifications of age group' adults who would normally provide

Yx lected this year. mee All States Tourist dub December Since 1955 when sessions were 11 A M.. Thursday at the interment I; rocs can be extensive bet by much ot the leadership for
':, AL CODY BOB CODY 17th. first offered. 5.080 leaders and in Rose Hill Cemetery ; extending this analysis over a the political, cultural religious,

l"j_;PabiG6er.DAVID WEST Editor t Editorial Director An even bigger report is anticipated -I 346.000 members have received with the Rev. Bill Williams minister (30-year( period some s4ganVce't commercial and social life of

1 'Ji 'a next year with the This was followed by a party I this made-toorder training.For of the First :Methodist' |. patterns begin to appear. community are contributing thrtrtalents

SUBSCRIPTION RATES .,' steady growth in population and for choir members and mates at' further Information can Church officiating Grissom Funeral "Since 1930. for instance UK .leadership, and energy

; : ;t;4 ..:. increase.,of buildings in the.,county. the home of Mr. and Mrs.Robert your. County Extension; office.. Homo<< is in charge of ar I number of those from 15 to 34 to the development and pr ogrt ,,
-Six'l imoBtks.' 41 0: one year,;\ $?.&<) '\ : ; .--- .:/ E'Jy'i: in Nora Park, 847-HSL rm;:ements. I years of age declined from+ 32 of other ......"
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j t ..' .tw::.. ife.*. ._. ._., --,*'ite% *.'". 1
Dee. award for "outstanding John's Episcopal Church. 'We
S I"1 3 6,. I service to the community" was I'will miss you." Wallis said "but

,, 4 The Kisstmtnee Gazette Klssunmee. FfaN Thurs., Dec. '6, 196S I presented to Leo Schumaker by we will remember you as a ves-
- k Horace Phipps president of the trvman and warden; we will miss

i 'Pay As You Go II Kissimmee chamber of commerceat your wife as a worker in our d
i an impromptu luncheon on church school and as adviser to

"When you can pay cash, why borrow was the basic Monday. the Episcopal Young People; ande j
issue four years ago when the people of Osceola County 1i4it.r a I Schumaker starts new duties on will miss :Mark and Scott as a I
I the editorial staff of the WestPalm acolytes in our church.
resoundingly voted "No" to the proposed school bond January
Beach Post Tuxes on to Schumaker's
Issue. I Phipps pointed
2. 13 of service as editor of
The'result was a broadening of the tax base and t A desk pen set and clock appropriately .The Gazette expressed the hope

higher taxes, of course -but this coming year the new I inscribed was presentedby that "the grass will be greener."
Osceola High School will be sufficiently completed to Phipps after which Pill Wal-I '
"We'On't forget you: we hope
lis Schumaker religious
move the 10th 11th and 12th grades to the Thacker gave a I
you will not forget us.
wall plaque in behalf of St.
Avenue site for the 1964-65 school term. f 1- II

Frankly, we're mighty proud of this achievement and : : I FLAG IS R\ISED The f\A\ ,' o% .'r: the natmn liar "- L. ::)>

of the courage and determination of the school board : I Christmas Around The raised to full staff as the 30 day period of mourn.: f:-

' (who felt that the bond issue was the better course) to the late President John F. Kenned came to a close lIe-:
1 Ernest Alman custodian at the Osceola Courthou,
paid give the for year voters by what year.they asked for modern schools, I World Program Theme raising the flag.

Concretely, here's what we've gained: s. ST CLOUD Programs for'Christmas Another example of youthful! ThatatvayChristlIlas

million in interest and other Around the World" ability was the report given byj
1)) Probably $1 savings on CHURCH HONOR-Leo Schumaker is shown here accepting -
costs connected with a bond issue. a plaque from Bill Rallis senior warden at St. were distributed to members of Catherine Potter on the 4-H
Woman's Club four snowmen Short Course given at Florida
2)) Time enough to plan the building program delib- John's Episcopal Church. Schumaker also received a let -Lee Bill Fisk, Skip- State University' during the summer Mean Family

erately and efficiently.. ter from the Rev. endall Hainlain, vicor of the church, per Shaddick, and Karen Beck. She thanked club membersfor eI

3)) The satisfaction of taking care of our needs in a thanking him, his wife Millie, and their sons. Mark and Fort-five, children from The their sponsorship and de-
first-class manner, still leaving our borrowing power in- Scott for the work they have done for the church in the Ross E. Jeffries Elementary clared, .., . .It will be the most. Get Togethers For Man'

I tact-and the satisfaction of being unique in the State of past years. The Schumakers are moving to West Palm School entertained club members memorable week of my life." I
where they will work for the West Palm Beach Post in song story' and cos Mrs. Joseph H. Watson, president -
Florida-a with the determination to resist the BETTY EBY
county Times, a John H. Perry Newspaper. (Photo by Eby) tumes. extended a welcome to all By I Robinson. Nancy Ebb
Irfter" and the determination to Kate Knox is spending the Wendell Ketchum.. Best .
splurge '
I "Buy now, pay , A Mixed Chorus, under the di- present. Miss Zelda Heu-
I keep up with the times nonetheless! -- rection of Miss Beverly Taylor, sinkveld i led the devotion and holidays in Tallahassee with es to each of you
Miss Austin salute the her son, Jennings, and family Seciai} congratulatuDon :.,
Bond.issues have their place, of course. Some things music supervisor, was well received Sally to
;I flag; Mrs. Paul Krotts at the and Sally Coop i !
basis. But by the audience. 1IissTa"lor
I just cannot be done on a "pay as you go" White .
piano for "America the Beautiful. Mr. and Sirs. Letter who celebrated their \;, tx 1
t wrote and arranged the
where pay as you go is feasible, as was the case in our entire ." and family of Hialeah were anniversary Christmas O_

school building program, and is true in other cases too, ; Enthusiastically program. without the Guests introduced were Mrs. weekend guests of :Mr. and I Pete Mears of Akron '

we'all gain. William S. Hudson. Brockton. Mrs W. C. :May in Orange. is spending the Chrtstl11:1-
Editor. aid of notes the students inter-
Al Bob'
Dear and
Gardens.Mrs. I idays with his
Mass.; Mrs. Raymond Cotter. parents
preted from vari-
The Kissimmee Gazette Just note to how pleasedI many songs
a say Laura O'Bryan and and Mrs Gilbert Meai
I ous countries. Beth Hall Paris, Ohio; Mrs. Marie Jones '
Now A Lawrence Rogers Dike? CityWe am to learn you are going to the introduction. Dixie Murray gave Charleston W.Va.A son Bill visited in Kissimmeelast I Carroll Starling Jr a -
are not thinking it will help 1 be guiding The Gazette. tribute to Lucy Blackmun. week while enroute to I dent at the Drew Theo f'_
; the cattlemen to take their woeso '' If there is some way we may be represented Poland; Cynthia Tallahassee for the holidays' cal
Club president 1927-29. was given is spending: t
When the Central and Southern Florida Flood Con- Luthie and Robin Thomas, Mexico -
: Washington-after they voted of help don't hestitate to call
'I' Lottie Olsen left last week holidays with his
by Mrs. Byron Wright. Had pan :
trol District was originally set up back in 1949, the late for it. Free tariff has always out-we'll come-a-runnin'. Personally ; Wade Harper and Patty' she lived five days longer Lucy by plane for Chicago where Mr and :Mrs. Carroll Staili I ',1';

Lawrence Rogers was a member of the board. Since been a democratic policy. I think the Perry people Partin Brumfield.and Dale England Crail.; Germany Martha would have been 92. Always interested she will send the holidays I' Mr. and Mrs William ,

then, it has become: traditional for Florida governors to It is not only meat for every I really got themselves a good Debbie Smith and Phillip in every chic endeavor. with her family. ham and family are M-H ,

appoint a person from Kissimmee on the board and type of manufacture from buttonsto But maybe they knew it Beeler; Philippine Islands; Don- she was appropriately chosen as :Mickey Davis left last week I the Gainers over the huh.,1'i
automobiles Our own manu all the time. I end for Hobbs, New' :Mexico Mr and Mra. ,
Sirs St Cloud, the piciieer: Ra\n: "'
Glenn Ray, Dick Makinson, the late Clarence Thacker, facture is closed down Our Regards ald Schmidt and Sharon Sharpe,
people where she will visit relatives Goins and daughter 11 '
queen of the 50th anniversary of !
and Miles have all served France; Joyce Crosby' and RickyCrews I
now Riley effectively.We out of work while the DON HINTON '
govern- Austria Alan: Barben the city j Dr. and Mrs George Beau Kay of Mt: Airy. X C .'
ment spends billions creating Tupperware ) spending the holidays spending the
Thanks to Samuel E. Wood. champ are holiday v
and Janie Partin Czechoslovakia
were most pleased that the Board saw fit to dedicate jobs the same as Roosevelt did ' director of the recent production with relatives in Warsaw'I their daughter and family'

the dike at the south end of Lake Tohopekaliga to and Truman with their policing I Publisher. The Gazette Roberts.; Ricky Sweden Shingler Shelley and Libby McKinney 1! of the MESSIAH, and to the :, and Indianapolis. Ind. Leo SchumakersMr .

the memory of Clarence Thacker, who laid the ground- in Korea as an example. I Dear Al: and Susan;Young United high school for the use of the I!. Birthday congratulationsthis : and Mrs Robert i '"
We I I was glad to receive
work for the actual beginning of construction in the Kis- suggest reading up on ancient very States. auditorium; to the able musicians | week are being sent to of Birmingham are t tit
politics. Why not read up your letter this morning tellingus Wade Lanier. Dot Bass. Ray her
I Others in the chorus Mre Carroll Crispin and ,I parents. and airs l l
simmee Valley. on the days when Dutch Holland your firm was taking over were Mrs Paul Krotts.; to Robert' mond Sessions. Eileen Chapman :\Williams..
And we'd like to add our endorsement to the present tried to ship their manufacturein management of The Gazette.We Heather Walter Bartlett Mella Dee Lewis for his unflagging interest : Lloyd Fleming. Win Capt and :Mrs Ben H: .,

suggestion that the second dike (at the Road 60 bridgeeast here and what happened- will be looking forward to Cawthorne.Bass Manlee Burdett.Dalstra Becky, I and generous support; and to Clint Barber. :Mary Gardner jeand children of Menu ",

of Lake Wales) be dedicated to the original Kissimmee Studebaker is closed down working with you in a regular Donna Dye, Dusty" and Ricky i members of the Club and others Ben Kraljex Bill Sammons. : cry are spending ChriMi :. ,
twine factories have quit becauseof advertising program.Congratulations who voiced :\McGonigal.. Terry Logs with her parents. Mr and M r
member of the board and one of our community'smost Friddle Sandra Hodgms. participated were byMrs ,, '
the imports from Germany. to you and best don Lois Graessle Jenny Ellis F. Davis
: J. J, Griffin Jr and warmly ,
dra Hoerl Linda ,
respected leaders, Lawrence Rogers. wishes to and Bob in this King, san-I '
More will follow. you
:Meade Suzanne Meise. I seconded by club members. Graves, Lulu O\erstreet. Mr. and Mrs Henry PI't i,
Why not look it up and starta much needed "forward look" in I :Mrs. Irene Cederborg thanked Georgia Grigsby. Coy Conrad, son and their sons 'Rlcln i:
i We'll All Miss Leo and Millie little political education.A our weekly publication. I :Moore ,Evelyn PatsParris Newton, Rose, TommyNichols Ann 1 members for the generous gifts Gilbert Mears. Babi Offstem and David of Montrose[I''
Gazette Reader E R. HERZBERG Lucille Schmidt. W J Lucas igan are Christmas
for Osceola patients in the men gue.t t> I
Petro Carol Ratliff. Janice Sal-) i
Someone said the other day, "Leo sparked our gro'wthUand Gene Canale. James Wmland. George Peterson 814
tal hospital and sought cooper- I at M I I
A ley. David Smith, Rhonda Tis- i
it 1, :Marcia Aultman. Marcia Ault- bette Street :Mr
was true. dale. Jim Trice. Gary Van BoI ,- I ation with Junior Women's Clubin Peters!
Leo Schumaker, as editor of The Gazette from 1950 Sheriffs Department er. and Lois Lee Webb. their project of making warm I 1: man Marvin :Kmsey Richard I II employed b>' the I HIM : -
I I slippers for Sunland.Refleshments I I Chenoweth. Daisy Koza. I Engineering CompamFrankenmuth.
until .
last week, is a man of contagious enthusiasm. outstanding I Principal Walter 'I
,; .Ralph Ruert. Dan Smith Sill Hf i c h i
were served bv g "
and he has for for the I.
abiIity passion progress present program !
writing a -
GrowthIn Boyd. ." ll Bill Richard
Shows Marked well be proud of his studentsand the Trustees Mmes. Leslie Ace 9aVfti.,V\ -lIIaj.iI1a 4n 1 '
= Under his leadership, The Gazette has_ consistently. d _ t faculty The presentationwas and I. R. Linton pouledth Tate. Frank BTOTOOR. >' osoph\ at Taylor Inn

1 and'effectively supported 'community advancement in I 1953, when R. AL "Bob" sponsored by the Music Division :Miss Emily' Heusmk\eld and I' C. McDevitt. Laura Day Wal Upland. Indiana. David ti i- :r
every field. Buckels took the office of sheriff i of the Fine Arts Department Mr*. Karl LeKander assisting lis :Margie Curry. :Marc Ann jormg in Mathematics at t
I 1 Wilson Barton Miller. George tral Michigan Unh,
i of Osceola County, he had a with Mrs. Paul Krotts as :
While we can't blame the John H. Perry Newspapersfor I jail in the basement of the ; chairman.

wanting his talent inVest Palm Beach, we do want : County' Court House, one deputy I

:' to take this opportunity to express to Leo and l\lillie-\' and one mobile radio. Now Sheriff Lovell Heads Oil Distribution Firm -I
\ Buckels has a new, modern Lessons
in behalf of the whole community our thanks Sewing I
fine he's done for Kissimmee and Osceola jail, eight outside deputies, three
job County. office girls, ten mobile radios, Offered Free I Osceola Petroleum Co.. Inc. .
Leo and Millie expect to be in Kissimmee through the two stations in his office and one I has taken over the distribution

holidays, starting work at West Palm Beach on the in Kenansville. One of the radiosin 1 I of Phillips petroleum products C
Post-Times on January 2. We hope they'll come back his office is on his frequencyand Girls if you want to learn to for Osceola County, and Richard '-
join 4-H Club. This I
often. They won't be soon forgotten! the other is on the inter- sew. a goes, X. "Dick" Lovell, formerly of
for mothers, too. :Mother can -I
county network. Tampa, has assumed management :+;
volunteer a local club leader,
Y The sheriff's office handled of the firm.
Central School-and the new City Hall some 2,100 cases in 1961 and and get specialized training I
spent approximately' 81 thousand through sources available the I Osceola Petroleum succeeds Os

There is only one satisfactory location for the "City dollars. In 1963 they' handled county extension office. I ceola! Oil Company. which has i

Hall"-actually a utilities office building-which will re- 3,000 cases, an 87 per cent in- Jl"DGE O P JOHNSONSHERIFF The most important tool needed been Miles.operated since 1958 by RileyS

sult from the refinancing and expansion of our utility crease and spent only 97 thous- for making a skirt dress, slip
and, a 20 per cent increase. Alsoin
debt.That 1961 department fed an aver cover drapes or anything else is. President of the new firm is
location is the site of Central School. of course the sewing machine.
age of U prisoners per day, iL I Bob Hushes of Orlando jobber
i On this site can be placed our city offices and our fire 1962 they fed an average of 23 And it's not enough to own a I I for Phillips in the Orlando area

station, with room left over for needed downtown park- prisoners every' day and this sewing what makes machine it : you should know j I Associated with Lovell in the local
how to take
Carl :Miller and
year they have been averaging I | operation are
ing. care of it, and how to get maximum
: all of
between 30 and 35 prisoners !1Mrs. Bindernagle.
use 365 days a
It's convenient to all citizens.We each day. The cost of feedinga Kissimmee
prisoner the three meals he AH this can be learned in 4-H. I
strongly the City of Kissimmee and the
The firm distributed Phillips
gets every day is 76 cents. "Over There is a special program aptly
School Board to come to an agreement on the transfer I 95 per cent of our prisoners. are called "Getting the Most Out of 36 motor fuels and lubricantsand
of this'property. It is so obviously in the public interest in jail on felony' cases,' the I Your Sewing Machine. which of- operates a home deliveryfuel

that the outdated Central School be replaced and that sheriff said, "and we handle fers two-day training courses for oil service on a countywide SEA RESIDENTS Mr and MrL)nklot.l/I/. vli" a::

this land remain publicly owned that an equitable basis= about 150 juveniles per year" i 4-H Clothing or home improve I basis. shown above with their dau hh:'. Cheri and \lid..I. I-! '

for its transfer need not just be sought, it must be Each of the eight deputiescars ment project leaders and for 4-H Lovell has been with the plan to make their home in fwissiimn.... H* iwmilpur
travel 3,500 to 3,800 miles girls who serve as junior leaders. I Phil-j chased the Chceola Oil Cwtufjam, from liner S. Mile It
found. every month for a total yearlymfllage i las well. lips company for five years, serving -| will be Osceola
now operated a* Petroleum Co.. Iu<
recently district
as represent i
of some 360,000 miles. I i
; You'll Like Kissimmee The sheriff stated that he has R E. "ED" P01. NDr With the aid of sewing teachersand .I alive for Central( Florida. A native (Photo b> Eb>)

added three deputies in the past expertly written and mustrated , of Tampa. he attended i

: The new editor of The Gazette is David West, but the three years and hopes to add guide books. both experiencedand schools there and received an'' I
two more in 1964. '"The turnpikewill r inexperienced home sewers I A.B. degree Stetson University. Age Replacing
writer of this editorial is Bob Cody. Last Friday, it was greatly increase book He taught in public schools for
our how make
are taught to easily
a real pleasure to take Dave to the county and city offices work. We have to handle each adjustments, clean the machineand one year spent two years overseas

and introduce him around. (After all, it was like old case at least nine times whetherwe operate it properly. with the army. and then i Youth in I
times: I used to cover those same "beats" for The Gazette see the man or not," com- nent to work for Phillips. His' CountyOsceola
mented Buckels. He forecast an wife. the former Miss Joan Sellers -
back in 1941.) They actually try stitching on *v
increase of at least 1,000 more ,, samples of the newest natural and a classmate at Stetson. is' County is losing its per cent of the total populan:'
But the point of this editorial isn't to reminisce. cases in 1964 than in 1963. synthetic fabrics while learning to: originally from St Augustine. young citizens and the elder pop to 21.4 per cent
It's to point out one of Kissimmee's finest assets: it's i! adjust the tension stitch length I She is interested in piano and I I ulation is increasing according

such a friendly community. : I II I thread and needle. Then they" choral work. They are Baptists.I to a planning report now being Evidently". the migration 01

And fully half of the, folks we talked to told Dave: 1 I tackle the neat little box that 3.They and have Michelle.two daughters 7 months Cherii old. studied by the Kissimmee Planning young adults has been' occurringt.'r
t "You'll t like Kissimmee." Tax CollectorHas comes with every machine. It's | Advisory Oman.... quite a period of time ana
I filled with a collection of odly The report states that age tlw exodus probably begins duims -
Despite our frustrations, don't we all? Bigger Year shaped metal forms referred to I f grouping of population statistics senior high school or al:t.

f as "attachments-" Maiy Jeffreys l i Mew graduation therefrom," the rf
W.. E. "Ed" Pound, county ta- There is a eoatinuiae dedae Don states
THE collector said yesterday that BOB BUCKELS Once these are mastered the Died At Orlando in the number of school! age S
t taxes collected in 1963 exceed I .' sewer Is ready to go back home student: Kissimmee u evidently a goon
GAZETTEA 1962 by $130.t57.45. Methodist ChoirEntertained and teach her young crab members I. Miss Mary Julia Jeffreys Jefferson There is an absence of young place 'o grow' up in. but afki
IfljjK15SMMEE what they need to' 89. of Orlando and former married couples; high school there u 1-ttk! incen,
In 1962 real estate taxes collected -
begin their clothing projects. This Kissimmee resident, passed the for an overwhelming nun.
I A..... H. Pert >**rsN.*. were 867281.17 while thosein I knowledge not only helps the away Sunday after a long Dlness -People in their late $D'z, ..s her of yoong people to slay
1963 were J997.3SS.62 The chancel choir of the Firsi t t women to have a better dub it Her mother. Mary L. Breaker. !and early 40s repress* slightly

Offices: 24-6 Stewart Are.Telephone As of December 15th 14.913 i I I. Methodist Church ended up avery l also enables them to do more passed away here in 1938.! I J more than one-fifth of 22 per cent Those that do stay or rehr-
.' j 847-2831 vehicle and 11 airs'::aft tags had I busy Christmas seasor I sewing with less effort at home. of the total population. after college in addition to others!
I with in party Thursday night al She was a native of Charleston : There is a dei'thilng number IB the 2041 ag ar up'VImt'
been sold in 13.-
comparison to the home of Mr and Mrs. Stanley South Carolina. and was a mem- I. of middle-Hged people; to tte city are oat suftidetf
986 and five ofastear. The training materials workrooms , +.nauaber
Entered as Second Class Mail Matter
Anthony her of the Methodist Church one-fifth of
and -Nearly Ii9 per ta ottset the declining
In the Post Office at Kisslmraee. Fla. Instructors are an furnished
t There was a slight increase inbeverage The group presented the annual I free of charge by the There are no immediate survivors cent of the population it canpcic- trend.)
Published Thursdays at -Kissimmee., Florida licenses while intangibletaxes Christmas Cantata Decembei Singer Company. sponsor of the i, ed of "Senfer Qtizeas" who have "Such a astvatim is tmtoeit
showed an increase.of $1.- 15th and presented the Christmas tj' program. i either retired or soon ... .no and. a* a result" these YGW'I.;
collected Funeral services will be held "Ramifications of age groupings + adults who would
vT : 923.05th 33080.82 being program of music at the Kissim normally pn:
.. .,. c, this year mee AU States Tourist Club December Since T3SB! when sessions were at 11 A M.. Thursday at the In-, ,' ,can te> esteaifve, but by v-:ck much of the leadership f'N .
", '. r SAL CODY WEST' Editor BOB CODY< 17th. first offered. 85.080 leaders and (..ferment in Rose )lilt, Omefe a s over a ' political cultural n"Iiaioi"t
..;PebHs6erDAVID, Editorial Director An even bigger report .is :anjticlp'at I .- members haVe received With the Rev. B "**** -... "slpifieent umnietxial and social lifef(

'. t , . d next year > with thesteady 'I I This was' followed, by a party this madeoraer.tralniig} . ister o 3 commun (> are cortnbutu the:n;
., < SUBSCRIPTION RATES growth in poptilatimr'andincreaseof for emir members and jnates 8.1 t For .further 'jlflferraatfon i j callyourri '.- 'E', tlk !tis '.:knts. leadership, and t'aerg
t $ 'UM two 7.'iT..o buildings in the:counj the'b ne.of Mr, and Mrs/Roben. rt t | : Courrty TMensSon office84M18L le ktmC 80 34 I' to the jd*\Tk>i>mtR* aDd pt.
o J""tIi .; ut' oae. year ; ". ty. 1 r Eby in 'Idora Park >iars at from 32 <'i other areas"



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Club NewsGarden "t t. .< ;. - . Jose Jardin SpokeTo I The Klsdmmee Gazette, Klsslmnee, Fbu, Tfaov. Dee II, 1MI I

,j' .. Kissimmee Motor Court News Mr. and Mrs. Al Ducheneau:

Clubbers called on Mr. and Mrs. Lucian

Friendship ClubThe Arehambault Sunday afternoon.
.; i Court Residents Mrs. William Herman New
Work Lothrop. Michigan is visiting

on Therapy '.. impressions of a foreign Also on the program were a Mr. and Mrs. George Wrightand

exchange student to the United group of carols around the world, Mr. and Mrs. Nate Butler.

By: SALLY (OPERRIDER New Member welcomed States and especially Florida sung by Mrs. Maurice Bond who Have Busy SeasonBy CoJ. and Mrs. Robert Kelly

At this time of the Mrs. Harris was were told to the Friendship dub accompanied herself on the auto- Wilmington. Ohio spent Thursday -
clubbers year garden Danials guests at their December meeting. ha-.'P. night and Friday with Mr.

to therapy work.turn their efforts greeted were Mrs. Noble Seaman Jose Jardim, of Sao Paolo. Carols were sung by the group, LORAN GLEADALLDr. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Grizer: and Mrs. Harold Gleadall.
This is im- Mrs. Lucile
an Squires and and Mrs. C. F. Littell visited -
Brazil, was the guest speaker for with Mrs. Erma McLellan visited
110M ant phase of the club's Mrs. Dolly Hark at the Mr. and Mrs. Truman
Kram. The pro- the day, and proved to be an interesting piano and the Friendship trio friends in Zephyrhills Durst in Orlando Sunday.Mr. .
hospitals and rest Mrs. Edith McGrew
reported afternoon and in
I and interested speaker.He presented several Wednesday .
" songs. and Mrs. Harlan Holcomband
"jsarc the recipients of flow- 44 tray favors had been taken Bartow Thursday.Mr. .
spoke of the differences in
,I f rWav favors, and when feas- lo the Pinedale Nursing home.A governmental elections the industries !Mrs. Elsie Anderson was a special and Mrs. Alfred Zills Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Brown
ibl attended
( Pherapy work. directed date to rememberJan. SPEAKER the shuffle tournamentat SADDLE S+IOPt
by and the favorite ofthe guest of Mrs. Arthur Randall spent several days last week
sports Lakeland
members.. 9. 8:00 p.m. Winter Garden I' country. president of the club. with Mr. and Mrs. Walt Mullerin Thursday.Mr.
t Mrs Earl Lau,Therapy Chairman City Auditorium. "Use and Mrs. Perce Lovewellhad
of Sub-professional Even though December is Those attending for the first Merritt Island.
a their
of the F. F. G. C. has again Flowers in Europe". Tickets time were Mrs. I. C. Starling Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ames Christmas dinner Sun-
summer month there celebrate
issues, a plea for flower pots .50c by the Winter Garden dub. Jobs Are OpenA Christmas they Mrs. Pearl Butler Mrs. Ethel and son Russell were Sunday I day with Mr. and Mrs. Merle
> much as we do, Harris and Mrs. Cassie Maier in
hanging baskets and containers Now is the time to- Austin, Mrs. Marion Gordon dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.A. .
to be large number of su -profes. with trees, decorated houses and Longwood.Mr. .
used at Raiford and other Select Bouganville now, one Mrs. Beaulah R. Knoff. Mrs. P. Freeman.
I, Prisons. sional jobs for men are open in in the sending and receiving of and Mrs. Allen Jenkins,
can see the full bloom. Marion
Dow, Mrs. Ethel Bene- Mrs. Peg Poulos was the
, Brevard, Broward. Dade Quistmas cards.Education West Salem, Ohio, Mrs. Guy
Daylily Circle met at the Not plant Camellias too deep. zette and Mrs. Sadie Tyson. Thursday dinner 'guest of Mr.
wise there is
Orange and Palm Beach some Jenkins St. Cloud
counties were Friday
decorated home Find crown roots and
of place at
William Eichorst
and Mrs.
Mrs. Wm. Sippel. The soil surface. according to Florida Merit difference in subjects, and that The group also wrapped and evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. VISIT .AgSj. roes
made group System Director, Gerald L. How the teachers Change rooms, not presented toys to the local fire Diner. George Wright.Mr. .
tray favors from deco- Happy Holiday Gardening!! Mr. and Mrs. William Gordon
rated st-rofoam the students. department for distribution by and Mrs. John Atwell, BOOTS-SADDLES
balls to be taken ell.In
Frances in
visited Mrs. Portor
to Geriatrics Manor. primary demand are indi- Recreation is the same with them. Dryden Michigan called on Mr. BELTS-PURSES-B+LLFOLDS
During the vidfuals who possess at least the movies and TV high on the list. Members were asked to bring St. Cloud Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Harry Hudson Sunday SQUAW MOCCASINS
discussions meeting, Doyle Conner To minimum qualifications requiredfor "Zey" held a question and answer white elephants for bingo prizes Mr. and :Mrs. Conrad Seyfriedand afternoon. SQUAW BOOTS
were on the upcoming admittance to the Engineering period following his talk. for the January meeting. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Free- There were five tables of 560 SQUARE DANCE BOOTS
tour of
an eventof Run for ReelectionFlorida had dinner at Chastians
Feb. Aide II examination for workin man one of canasta and one of Mich- BOLO TIES-BELT BUCKLES
6th and
Show of April 18th. the The Flower flower I Commissioner of Ag- the planning building and Methodist Church To restaurant. and in Mrs.Orlando Guy Richmondand Tuesday.Mr. igan rummy in play at the card Strop in. person for vch d. hn show maintenance of highways, both party Friday evening.Mr. gifts o loriot. TV "covered woaonlompt.
chairman announced that riculture Doyle Conner today tcefebord. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burk- own pHtol horttert.
invitations primary and interstate. Passing and Mrs. Andy Walworthwere cotf skins. toddleboft.. ... *.,,,
other *
clubs wouldbe announced that he would be a
scores made on this examinationwill Honor holder were callers on Mr. and business visitors in Orlando l wlry.. carving tool, T...* tOAg.hont. .
given for any spaces in the candidate for re-election in 1964. Retiring WorkersJones Mrs. Frank Schuldt Sunday.Mr. cow whi >. NeYeio blanket
show establish each applicant'srank Saturday morning. and toddto..*.. fr--li .d 1.-1\...
not spoken for by the end He cited his record in office as and Mrs. Jake Baldingwere .
3f on registers eligibles used Attorney and Mrs. E. H. Good with "' broads or with
February. his platform. to fill the The Sunday morning service visitors in Orlando Wednes- Schmiel and your own design, or pfcon w ot
An vacancies, the director Bell Choir" and also a daughter Mary 847-3721
arrangement workshop is Conner pointed out there had
said. at the First Methodist Church fund to purchase an addition to day.Congratulations Neenah, Wisconsin arrived Sun-
being planned for sometime in been significant developments in
A monthly salary range from has been set aside as recognition the beautiful organ in the name are in order day evening to spend a week
January.-all All interested are to the fields of agriculture and $300 to 5380 is paid in this classification day for Mrs. Eb Jones and Mrs. of Mary Gardner. These funds for Mrs. Martin Mclsaac on win- with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. .!
Mrs. Miles Sharp. consumer protection during his ning first Club singles for ladies, ,.,,"
"HtadquarHn-ftorida CoHN"
and applications will be Mary Gardner. will be handled by the board of C. F. Littell.
The circle will hold their first three in office and -
own years Mrs. Harlan Holcomb 7f
accepted from high school graduates Mrs. Jones is retiring this trustees. won sec- Mr. and Mrs. Armand Cote,
flower show in January.The that the Department of Agriculture ond and Mrs. Earl 12DorKngtonGood KiuiPMMe
or holders of an approved month as choir director after 30 Rev. B. B. Williams will bringa Rowsey Woon.cket, Rhode Island and
Gloriosa Circle held their had been modernized to reduce fourth. This was at the KAST
certificate, who have had two years continuous service. short message in keeping with
exchange meeting at the costs of operation. Club shuffle tournament.
years experience at the lead-man the theme of the day.
home of Miss Lola Lawler. Mrs. "Since the
Departmenthas Miss Grace Hildenbrand,
level in Mrs. Gardner is On Christmas.
I. private engineering or retiring as Sunday Rev.
W. Marshall, Jr. was theguest carried on successful eradication Kings Park, New York and Mr.
construction firms. organist after 17 Both Williams asked his
College students years. congregationwhether
speaker, and she ably told programs against screw- and Mrs. Thomas Dougherty and
without positions will be filled the in
work experience by our observance of Food
the story of "The Other Wise and the Mediterrnanean
j worms family Baseside. New York are
Man". may substitute 60 semester hours appointment of Everett Amos as Christmas we are not glorifying .
1 1CYZ fruit fly, Conner said. "We 90 minister of music. He ourselves spending the Holiday Season
or quarters of technical studies will take rather than God. !.
1 have also initiated programs to for the work requirement, or if over his new duties the first of "Some of us spend more moneyon with their father Peter Hilden- Good
combat cholera Mexican
hog brand.
they have had one year's required -January.In our hair-or on the golf oes
fruit flies and fire )
ants. Mr. and Mrs.
experience they may substitute addition to the recognition than we give to the church", Wand

Conner pointed out that he 60 semester hours or 90 service a fund has been setup he said. "In our great prosperity Jon and Craig, Dixon, Illinois -. FefowsfiipFAMILIES
of to organize a bell choir which does Christmas called on Dr. and Mrs. C. F.
had also led a successful fight quarters non-technical training mean anything
for equitable taxation of Florida for one of the two years experience. will be known as the."Bess to us?". Littell Sunday afternoon. Mr.
.Warfel was a student of Dr. Lit
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farmland, and had created a
tell at Cornell College during
marketing division within the Application blanks are available
the 1930's.Dale .
Department to provide assist at all offices of the Florida Youth To Conduct
Hieston. Nevada Ohio
ance to growers in marketingtheir State Employment Service, or
t1d i products.A may be obtained directly from is spending Christmas with his INVITED . ENJOY EATING IN THE

veteran office holder Con "the Florida Merit System I."yle Church ServiceST. parents stand. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hie- LOVELIEST DINING ROOM IN CENTRAL FLORIDA.

Sntmrtrit la.eleo..r Jinner rule.i. .- ner was first elected to the FlorIda Carlton Bldg., Tallahassee.
*.., Centrtl "".rid.. ittliffkt Mrs. Earl Dick and D. C.

your family . Mow 1'0..cae., :,. the House of Representatives at Gary Messer Is CLOUD Youth of First next year the ciass- will be responsible Kessler were dinner guests of New Year's
. by bringing tnrm to truly age of 21, while a studentat friends DaySERVING
Christian Church will from Hammond, Indiana
be in mining roo_. the University of Florida. He for seeing that there is
.,... served five terms, and Aboard Destroyer charge of the evening service someone to prepare the Communion at Chastains Restaurant Orlando -
(1 =-an.r: :. wasm Sundav (Dec. 29)). A play entitled each Lord's Day. Sunday.Jim .
)t elected Speaker of the Gary A. Messer sonarman sea- Wright FROM 11 A. M. UNTIL 3 P. M.
"Build on the Rock" will be pre- The annual Christmas program was a Saturday
'an ran Jot e.. i 1955.He man, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. sented. Members of the cast are .was presented last Sunday even dinner guest of his parents Mr.
'. II was named one of the Ten Arthur J. Messer of 321 Mab- Mitchell Hearn. Marie King. ing Maria Tisdale and Mrs. George Wright.
w w e.s.r by Jill Tis- St. Cloud Hotel
Outstanding Men in the
I N.MIW.. bette St., is serving aboard the Church Ikerd. Willard Beekman dale Dodie Ellis Deborah Pres- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Broom-
Nation in 1960 by the U. S. Junior -
destroyer USS William C. Lawe. Cathy Madison and Clifford New- sey, Ruth Ann Sharpe, Rhonda field were business visitors in
Chamber of Commerce, and which returned Dec. 23 to her ton. Other young people will also Babb, Steve Sharpe, Butch Bron- Orlando Tuesday.Mr. 1004 New York Ave. 892-2313

served as both state and national homeport of Mayport Fla.. after participate in the program.At son, Carla Prickett Myra Ham and Mrs. A. J. Diebolt,

CompleteGROVE America president when of Future in school.Farmersof four months in the Mediterrdne- the Watch Night Service, mond, Barbara Ingersoll, Danny Flint Michigan Mr. and Mrs

Dec. 31, Professor V. G. Gilbert Karger Charles Kincaid, Cathy Philip Laneau, Clifton Illinois,

will show slides and tell of his Tyson, Rhonda Tisdale, Johnny Mr. and Mrs. Emil Grizer, Make reservations/EARLY
Veteran'sGet visit to the church's- mission in Hem Linda' King, Linda Beek Akron, Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. I

SERVICES ,Germany?! n! man, Gail t>feven; Linda Hahn, >Roy'MoMullenr Deansboro; flew

Some entertainment is plannedand Audrey Ingersoll, Barbara Sharpe York arrived in the Court during
refreshments will be served and the Adult Choir. the week to spend the winter. C

r Z S( BiggeWidows r Check before a final devotional service The Rev. Arnold Pressey reported Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webster,

as the old year ends and the new that "things are progressing Mr. and Mrs. James Ruble and

year welcomed.At nicely, if slowly, in our kitchen Mrs. Hayden Jordon were visitors -

S* V of veterans on the by servicemen whose rank and the Homebuilders Class and we will wait until after in Orlando Thursday. J acJs 0 n "

Veterans Administration depend- meeting last week plans were Christmas to appeal for morelaborers
of service the
years are sameas
f and made for a new protect For the "
ency indemnity compensation those of the deceased veter to finish this project. Baptist Church .
(DIC) rolls in Florida will
G.M. get an increase under the terms an. Schedule ToldST. INIT

HUGHEYGROVE of two bills signed into law by The minimum increase is $8 Seventeen Confirmed CLOUD The Reverend

the PresidentOne monthly and when military pay Kenneth Thornton, pastor of First d
SERVICE & bill increased the basic is added the additional amount Baptist Church announced at Sun ARKET

MANAGEMENT payment for widows receiving could be as much as $23. The Saturday Night day morning services that there I
DIC from the old rate of $112 average increase is $15. will be no meetings or servicesat
Speed, Boom Hand i to $120; the second bill in- the church Christmas Day. He 20 W. DAKIN AVE. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

Spraying A Dusting creased military pay in general, To avoid a delay in payments I confirmed The largest at St.class John's ever Episcopal to be Suffragan Bishop of the Dioceseof said "Each family is urged to OPEN 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK
Neil W. Shelhom, Osceola Coun- South Florida.
use this day and
Mechanical Hoeing, Ranking to widows the regular October Church was presented Saturday evening to share
Cultivating ty, Veterans Service Office, checks will be mailed at the < Father Wendell presented together the joys and blessingsof
night at the visit of The Right seventeen -
said.Under usual time, and a separate mailing Reverend William L. Hargrave adults and young people for the Christmas season.. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY -
For Personalized Service DIG. an eligible widow will carry one-time checks confirmation.The Lulu Terry Circle will meet at
receives the basic payment plus for the church Friday (Dec. NEW LOW EVERY DAY PRICES.

Donegan Av., Klsslmm. 12 percent of the monthly basic the increase just the October Shelhom share explained. of- I State Indebtedness date also marked the tenth 7:30 p.m. 27) at .......................................

military pay now being received anniversary of Fr. Hainlin's or- There will be a Community
------ : Shows Increase dination to the priesthood. Watch Night Service in the church BUSCH BAVARIAN [Plus ]

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING In an effort to reduce unnec- I!. The debt of the state of Florida Tuesday, Dec. 31, from 9:15: to Bonk ltr7 94
essary correspondence, the VA and of all local governments Immediately following the service -12:00 p.m. An inspirational film BEER
Th. Board of Adlustm.nt will m..t at 4100 P.M.Tuesday, will mail an insert with the one within the a reception was held in the will be shown fellowship recrea- Carton
January 7. 1964, City Commission Room, City Hall to the. state stood at a com month increase checks explain- :bined total of $2.1 billion at the parish house under the directionof tion and worship services are being ... .. .............. ..............
ing the reason for the checks, 'end of last year, the Florida State Mrs. Frances Rogers and Mrs. planned. An invitation is extended

of Orong. Gardens, Inc, for a special exception to and emphasizing that starting in .Chamber of Commerce reported Brownie Wise chairmen for the to everyone in the com FRESH BREAD trlOeFRESH ::
operate a profettlonal. office building In a RC-1 [multiple family November and thereafter the :yesterday in its Weekly Business women of the ct.urch. munity.

"1 dwelling] district on the following described propertyt regular payment checks to widows -I Review. Assisting them in serving in Rev. Thornton also announcedthat .................................
will include the increases. the Lottie Moon Christmas
Part of Block G, Orange Gordons Inc. located at "This state-local debt includes the beautifully decorated rooms Offering for Foreign Missions has GRADE "A" HOMOGENIZED
j the corner of Vine and Thacker]. were Mrs. B. G. G"
::1 assom Mrs.
DIC payments are authorizedfor all types of indebtedness owed ,gone over the goal and now totals

J This Is a public hearing and any Interested property owner widows a.' servicemen who by any state agency plus all Mrs.James.Fred Smith.Bruusow Miss loan Allen, $724.09 with several persons yet MILK I

r wHI bo hoard regarding the application. died on or after Jan. 1, 1957, county, district and municipal Mrs. Earl to make their offering. The offer

City of Kissimmee Florida from disability or disease attributed obligations. Last year's total was field.Murphy and. Mrs. AL'ce Little- ing will be open until the end

i to service in the armed 10 per cent over 1961 compared of December.It's GALLON

; forces. with a national gain of 8 per JUG 991.

< w cent," the Review pointed out.
1f0 Increases will also go to widows -

of servicemen who died before "On a per capita basis, the [Plus Bottle Deposit]

Jan. 1, 1957, if they have debt total was $379 for every .............. ............. .....
elected to receive DIC instead Floridian. Twenty other states
of death compensation. have higher amounts and the 6 BOTTLE CARTON

/ comparable national average was [Regular 6-Oz Bottles]

$436 last year. Both the Florida Traditional

. and the national were

( $ jEATING.For FIRST up The about Florida 6 per includes The familiar expression, "Your wish is M! 2ge

$30,700.000( local government our command an apt description of

NATIONAL short-term debt; $1.617.500.000( our efforts to follow the family's wishes Plus Bottle
[ Deposit]
local long-term debt and $412- in conducting the funeral
400,000 state long-term debt. service; ................................
BANK Riedel service has traditionally been
Long-term obligations are non-
guaranteed and are payable sole MCMSEI.TMf centered around the family's wishes. "BAVARIAN SELECT"BEER

clean odorless, even beating, you just can't ly from pledged earnings .051 y OFT OftDCft

improve on Green's Fuel Gas heating appliances! KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA specific projects or from special l!BOLDED mat

Whether you choose central heating vented wall assessments. I

heaters, or other approved types of space heating "Balanced against the debt I III RIEDEL 6 BOTTLE

there is no heating like gas heating with total in the state was $151,500.000. i CARTONPlus
Green's Fuel Gas.GREEN'S. at year's end being held for 21 HOUI'AMIU.ANCI 69 4

For All Your future"Interest debt paid payment.on all state- $UVICI >; 107 EMMETT. UOtlDA STIEETKISSIMMEE [ Bottle Deposit]

I FinancialNeeds local debt last year totaled $70,- .................................

FUEL A 700,000( up 12 per cent over 1961.

i The national gain was 9 per E'hase l.



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6 The Kisshnme Gazette. Kis&lmtnee Fla, Thurs, Dee. 26 1965r

r Peace On Earth Good Will To Men I

-- -.-..........-_...-;.::: .-..............-... .. ..... The pew addition to the
-_. :-.......--...-."""-,.--...-.,. Kissimmee Youth Center was
.rears '-" : opened Monday night and
came as a surprise to most
of the 300 teenagers who at

tended. Parks and Recreation a ,
Director Bill Palmer had two
bands on band for the holiday
)* dance and at 10 o'clock announced rF, +I Ihh I w r'a _
that the new room n
( which was not to be complet.
t ed until the middle of Januarywas
1 1w open.
In his announcement he

iww&w_,_ Iiiwiw said, Three months ago I
Promised you that I would )

give Fun Town competition. ,PRIZE WINNING DISPLAY Pictured above is the first winners in the contest were George Person second \It'
Through the efforts and dedi- place winner in the Home Christmas Lighting Contest. It Erline DeRrico. third and Sam W olfe fourth. (Photo h,
cated of the Adult Advis-
aid is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Chapman. Other Eby)
ory Board and the City Com
; mission this is now a reality -
; and we can now go forward ..@!!
with it. "Twenty-seven days -'

ago the footing was pouredand .11(
oLIVE tonight you are dancingon
-th the completed project.
.. .. .f,;. ._. ..' This was made possible by the ..Ytl
. I a:."" group of young people who
worked as much as 18 hoursa
SCENE The Girl Scout Troop sponsored by the Methodist Men's Club presenteda day building and paintingin .

live Nativity scene in front of the Methodist educational building Friday night. Shown order to surprise you at 1 .
taking part in the scene are, left to right Barbara Whitewolf Joyce Williams, Gayle Leighton this dance." i yi
Patty Cazier Mrs. Harry Northrup and Donna Adams. (Photo by Eby) "This is a wonderful place
and a great surprise. I hopeit
is always as nice as it is
tonight" commented Jean ,

Williams. ,JiHlk-
,"Wonderful" was all that
the Rev. Jimmie Cox could .., ,

Y XV utter after seeing the ecstacy ,
showing in the youths' faces."I a '
z think that Mr. Palmeris .; .. S
in :.... ., ',- ". ..-...--; l
doing a real good job '" n '
r .,_....-. ..J9..iNEW
building something that Kiss.
Immee can be proud of," said CAFETERIA-A new cafeteria has been added to below right, Hazel Barfield, stands in the new freezer

Diane Livingston. the Kissimmee High School in the county's plan to bring This walk-in freezer has two compartments, one of which
Gene Rolls noted, "I am all of the schools up to date. Shown above is the new din- is held at 30 degrees and the other at 0 degrees. The acing -
glad to see that the adultsare room which includes new furniture. Below left Effie cess to the latter is through the first compartment. (Photos

finally showing an inter- Regular a cafeteria worker shows the new steamer and by Eby)
est in the kids of Kissimmee."
''1 think that they have
t done a wonderful job in sucha
short time. I think it's what ZY
t C
the Kissimmee kids needed." i
g1t Dianne Pierson obs. 'ved. I.; s
y "I think that the adult Ad- I
Board did wonderfuljob
visory a I It
and it gives the kids a
place to come to and have
clean fun," stated Frances
y in r+i ; .a S. Haddock.

..t fMr ;r, .. kbawm.r.A Police Chief Bob Best, "I'm t E II
.- w _. --.w tickled to death that we got ,
it ready. It's what we've been ., .
SANTA VISITS ELKS-Santa Claus paid an annual visit to the Elks Club Saturday when '!
looking forward to for a long
the children of the members were treated LO a gala party. They were ready and eager to time." ,.

pose but scattered as soon as the shutter clicked so it was impossible to identify them. Dr. A, E. Whaley commented (

Needless to say a good time was had by all. (Photo by Eby) "I think it is a wonderful .\,
community project. Withoutthe
A Ai Aj support of the communityit K

,ti n tiu reality.In could closing"never Palmer have' become added' a, :j .\:. ;i

f "I want to express my per- .I'f.j: '
. sonal appreciation and that :1It-
.. of the youth of Kissimmee to '-

i the Adult Advisory Board, the L 1l. L
O ti Junior Directors and the Cityof
Kissimmee for their full
: cooperation in making this :r 4 =--- -
: new Youth Center a reality." !
J On New Year's Eve there f : i-r rt I
will be a dance in the new :
Youth Center featuring the Yvj.C
++ .
Original Playboys of Orlando
from 9:30: until 1:30.

St. John's Names Y z R -

.IIJ 1 Officers For 1964At f II t'p'

.. the meeting of St John's t tt
Episcopal Church vestry on Monday -
night, December 16, the or-
J ganization for the new year was
completed. William T. Wallis was
EPISCOPAL ACTIVITIESThe appointed by the rector to serveas
largest class to be con- seniior warden for 1964. The
.. \ firmed at the St. John's vestry elected the following per-

tri Episcopal Church was presented sons to serve as their officersfor
r'PRESENTED Saturday night during the coming year: Guy Allen,
the visitation of the Suf-- for junior warden Helen Lynam rj

fragan Bishop Bishop Wil- for clerk. and Mary Haslar for l

.r liam Hargrave. They are treasurer.To
serve the unexpired term of
shown left front Kim
t row Leo Schumaker who is being -
Smith Will Bell Ricky transferred to West Palm Beach -.
.4 D'Errico Serena Bell. Sec the vestrymen appointed Homer a
+ 4I
b + ond row, Philip Kesler Fidler. Mr. Fidler will serve on
Mrs. Loye Stateler Pam the vestry until the next Annual
wk D'Errico Mrs. Erlene D'Er- Parish Meeting. a
rico, Mrs. Mildred Schilling Other members of St John's
Mrs. Charlotte Roden- vestry are Lee Graves, B. G.
baugh and Mrs. Leonard Grissom Earl Murphy, Charles
Healey of Pinecastle. Back Kimberly, J. C. Bordelon and

row,J. Q. Cook Dan State- Glenn Ray. __-i
ler The vestry voted their thanksto
Jeffrey Kesler Father
Hainlin Bob Cody who is retiring after ELKS ENTERTAINED Members of the Kissimmee Elks White exalted ruler; Mrs. and Mr. Jules Moms of

Leroy Soper Bishop Pinecastle Hargrave, serving a three year term as Lodge and their wives and friends were entertained at a ter Park, district deputy; Bodo Karchhoff. PER. .

Wm. L. Earl Turner and Dave a vestryman and as Senior Warden champagne party Friday night with officers as hosts. Frank Broyles, auxiliary president Harvey Breedlovc,
GIFT Bishop Hargrave right of Turner Pinecastle. Center of the congregation. Sbnwn above at the host tJlhI le are, left to right. Jack Flanagan, PER. (Photo by Ebv.
was presented a Christmas tree from the parishoners
the St. John's Episcopal Church Saturday night. Shown left Fr. Wendell Hainlin is - -

presenting the gift is Father Wendell L Hainlin rector shown presenting a Christmas National Teachers ..- -- .
of St. John's. (Photo by Eby) plant to Bishop Har Exams Scheduled
grave from the.members ofSt.

. .-k' ,:,, ''7. Charles. John's. Lower left Prospective: teachers in Central 1' tb'2' w" f 9 r st t
.\ Kimerberly super- "
: r : intendent of the Sunday Florida will be able to take the tf. 11"11i" #,f.
t- j :
i C National Teacher Examinationson t tl1
. School St. Nicholas -
'- portrays '
Feb. 15. 1964. according to Dr. VA
t. H' at a part held for the George W. Hood. Stetson dean of tv JIM,
; children of St.John's Sun- -
students and director of guid- f. F 1 v : t si
;; day He carried f F s .f ay
morning. ance, who will supervise testing
1 : Rf candy and gifts for them in on Stetson's DeLand campus. .! -. 'Jj .

t hiscope. Application blanks and infor- ; I' .
sw lF mative bulletins describing regis }
tration procedures and containing (

F School Paper represenattive test questions may .
be obtained from Dean Hood or
Changes NameAfter directly from the National Teacher -
Examinations. Educational

Testing Service, Princeton, N J.
some three and a half Applications must be mailed so
years the Osceola High School! as to be received at the Princeton
newspaper, which is printed by office: not later than Jan. 17,
the Kissimmee Gazette, is changing Hood advised.
: its name from. THE BUM Scores on the National Teacher
I STEER. The name was chosen Examinations are used by a
by the Diversified operative large number of school systemsand
I! ST. NICHOLAS-Charles Kimberly church school superintendent Training class of 1961-62 when teacher education Institutions
f at St. John's Episcopal Church'portrayed St. they began publishing_paper. throughout the country as an aid BANK PARTY-The officer and staff of the First NaAIrs.. arid Mr. Ellis F. Davis, Mrs and Mr. John '
: Nicholas, Bishop of Mira Sunday morning at the local Several attempts have been in evaluating those qualifications tional Bank held thtir annual Christmas party Wednesday Mr. and Mr Henry O. Partin !Mr and Mr H

church. He carried gifts and candy,; ,,his cape for the made in the past to change the of prospective teachers measured night at the Kissimmee Elks Lodge.; Shown above at the Prather. (Photo by Eby)

:for the children of the church. ,)) naaoptot-all have fallen throu h by the tests. Dean Hood said. head table are, left to right, Mr*. and Sen. Irlo Bronson


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The Kfcmtmmpe Gazette Ktadmnve, Fbu, Thars.. Dec. 26. IMS 7


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--- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT. rly from the Northeast'corn r of
Minimum charge LEGAL NOTICES IN AND FOR said Lot 9, and run North 784810"West. J LEGAL NOTICE-Be it known that .1215 N. Main on December 27. 1963
up I feet' to the centerline 1955 Chevrolet four-door sedan for Gene Caaale
FOR SALE-14 ft. fibrcglass boat. FLORIDA 224.85: 4 ne storage chances.
I ARTICLES to 15 words_..,....._._..75c NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING( OSCEOLA FILE COUNTY.NO 5797 of State Road 527 (KUslmmee Boulevard I uwned by D. i!. Brown will be offered I. Dee. 1!. tt. 1963
35 HP Mercury Motor. Also The regular annual meeting of OF ) ), for a Point of Beginning; for sale at Gene's Garage.
trailer. Can 8474372. Each additional word.... 5c the Shareholders of the First Na- IN NANNIE RE: ESTATE REESE JOHNSTON. From said Point of Beginning run I
t NjOR SALE tional Bank of Klsilmmee. for the Deceased. ) South 78481O" East. 2255.72 feet
, FOR % bass fiddle' Classified Display election of Directors and the trans .. ) to the end of this centerline desdiptfon. Christian Science
i SALE-Kay (Boxed) inch........$1.10 action of such other business as ----CREDITORSTO .
\V. rtd for Sale Guy Ross. 828Brack 1960 model, like new. Can 847- may be properly presented will be ALL CREDITORS AND ALL The land herein described contain Society SAND ROCK
St. Phone JM7-4867 or 4583 after 5:30 p. m Deadline for all Classified held at the offices of the bank In PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR 3180 square feet more or less. MORTAR MIX

$47 1017. Advertising 5 IJ.M.Tuesday ,January Klssimmee.4. 1964 Florida at 2:30 on o'clock Saturday.P.M. DEMANDS AGAINST S A I D ESTAT& -: OWNED alive BY:and AMANDA If deceased COUSINS.If any Each Wed 8 p.... STEEL & WIRE MESH

Allen D. Carroll. Cashier unknown heirs, devisees and/or
---- prior to publication. of are here- 309 N.
You. and each you. Randolph
Jan. 2. 1964 under said
Dec. 12. 19. 26. 1963. other claimants
FOR SALE Commercial Meat 'Conri* le; ZIP..norMQi; by notified and required to present AMANDA COUSINS. i Sunday Service 11.....

ti'E'r17.00.. Radio J14.50 Brasher 7e; Ear Bob ser gftoe CLASSIFIED IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S any claims and of demands may which have SUBJECT: Interest If any. of Ade- Sunday School 9;30..... rlAtrlr.
lie: 8 eka lie; Pillows Yto: COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. you. or either you. Itne Cousins and Essie Mae
Camera $1.00 Diner $15.00. Shirts SI; Puts ft; Dresser ADVERTISING RATES FLORIDANO. against the estate of Nannle Reese 1

S. -R Pawn Co., Hy 441, St 11.1Bags S5e; Nylon Me; _._ Johnston deceased. late of Osce PAR EL NO. 75RIGHT.
Hankie fie Parties lie ReitSCaps ola County. Florida to
Cloud. Phone 847.2881 County .
tie; tie; Spreads tlM;, JOHN J. TYSON Deceased. Judge of Osceola County That part of:
Hair Nets 4e; T-8airta **e; NOTICE TO CREDITORS Courthouse. In Kisslmmee. Florida. Lot 9. Block 63. Plat of Mary
LEARN BARBERING Nearly E,er7be417'Tra4M at The To Place Your Ad TO ALL, CREDITORS. LEGATEES. within six months from the date of din as recorded In Plat Book Parks Furniture Co.
Bargain Bar. Come to Slbert, PERSONS the first publication of this notice. records. KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX
DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL a' page 67. public
Insure Your future in a Mill Warehouse to Davenport. I Each claim or demand must be Florida
HAVING CLAIMS OR DE- Osceola County ;
well-paying profeMionDay Immediately. Follow tile.a1 _, '.MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: In writing and must state the placeof address lying within 20 feet of the centerline For Prompt Repair of Your
&: Night Classes BARGAIN BARN. REAL ESTATE YOU AND EACH OF YOU are residence and post office be- of State Road 5531. Section REFRIGERATORPhone
V.A.Approved 0.VHk. Days And -S"d7: hereby notified and required to of. the claimant claimant and must his 92:01, said center line being de- Phone: 847.3524tj"
the 847-4171
to by
._ present any claims which you or sworn scribed as follows:
Orlando Barber College either of you. may have against the agent or his attorney, or It willbecome Commence on the East line of

3399 S.Orange Blossom Tr. FOR SALE: Deluxe cabin fits on FOR SALE: 4 BR CB 1% bath, estate of John J. Tyson, deceased, Each void creditor according shall to deliver law. sufficient Lot 9, Block 63. Plat of .
late of Osceola County. Florida to recorded In Plat Book "B. page
pickup truck sleeps 4. Refrigerator
built-in kitchen intercom built- of his claim to enable -
GA 5-5376 the County Judge of said county at copies n, public records. Osceola County.
gas etc. Ideal fcr in hi-fi. Within 2 blocks of new his office In the courthouse at Klssimmee. the County Judge to mail one Florida; at a point 1.69 feet Southerly -
Florida, within six calendar to each personal representative. from the Northeast corner of
camping hunting fishing.
Flower For All Occasions Jr. High School. Call 847.2703.FOR months from the date of the Dated, December 5, 1963. said Lot 9. and run North 78*48'10" '
uminum. Cost $3,< for $2,250. Excellent condition. SALE: Good investment, 9 claim or demand must be In writ- As of the of state Road 527 (Klssimmee Boulevard II
Will and Testament
ELLIE 'HUGH'SFLORIST Ing and must state the place of ), for a Point of Beginning; .
Like Phone 847-2833. apartments completely rented Estate of Nannie Reese
new. i residence of the claimant and must from said Point of Beginning run
walking distance to businessarea. be sworn to by the claimant his Johnston. Deceased. South 78.4810" _East 2255.72 feet
FOR SALE Used lumber will Dec. 12. 19. 26. Jan. 2. 1963 the end of this center line description. -
I : In excellent repair, nicely agent or attorney or the same to
become void according to law. .
25 plumbing supplies, gahraaksd furnished. See me for details, This .the 20th day of Decem- LEGAL NOTICE-Be It known that The land herein described con-
Broadway 847-4591 I roofing, fun inch material suitable 524500. Florence Harnett As- ber. 1963. one 1953 Buick four-door sedan will tains 3191 square feet more or less.
be offered for sale at Gene's Garage .
for farm and ranch use. soc.. with W. H. Morse Corp. of the 1215 N. Main on December NO. 76RIGHT
STOVESREFRIGERATORS Evans Hardware 847-4564. 323 Broadway, 8473133. Estate of 19. 1963 for unpaid repair charges OF WAY
___ .John J. Tyson deceased Gene Canale. That part of:
USED BOAT FOR SALEtsfibre.- Murray u w. overstreet. Jr. Dec. 12. 19. 1963 Lot 8. Block 54. Plat of Mary-
Attention Builders-See us for Attorney for Administratrix die as recorded In Plat Book ST
glass, offshore type, wide building lots in various loca- P. O. Box 492 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE "B.** page 67. public records. For F A
FURNITURESewell.Thurmond Florida NINTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Osceola County, Florida;
deep safe. Side curtains back
tions in town. Priced from $750 Dec. 26. 1963 Jan. 2. 9. 16. 1964 AND FOB OSCEOLA COUNTY, lying within 20 feet Southerly of
drop. New convertible top and up. Come in and discuss withus FLORIDA. LAW NO. 2728. the center line of State Road S-531.

new battery. 35 HP electric the area in which planto IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT ) Section 92501 said center line be- Metered Home
you OF FLORIDA an Agency of ) described as follows
1015 West Church Orlando JUDGE OS CEO L A COUNTY ng
starting Evinrude and trailer. build. Contact Florence Har FLORIDA NO. 5728. the State of Florida and ) Commence on the East line of
847-4361 after 5 p.m. or Sat NOTICE OF INTENTION TO OSCEOLA COUNTY a Political ) Lot 9. Block 63 Plat of Marydla.
nett associate with W. H. Morse
MAKE APPLICATION FOB Subdivision of the State of ) as recorded In Plat Book "B, page
GREEN'S FUEL urday. Corp. 847-3133, P.O. Box 330, FINAL DISCHARGEIN Petitioners ) 67. public records. Osceola County, Delivery
323 RE: ESTATE OF ) v. ) Florida at a point 1.69 Southerly
Sales and Service Broadway... GEORGE WALTON ABRAMS. ) EMILY GALLOWAY ev alDefendants. ) from the Northeast corner of said
-- ) and North 78-4810"
Deceased ) Lot 9. run
I Phone 847-4172 847-4171 FOR SALE FOR SALE: two homes 175' x ...--.-___. ) -- ) West. 224.85 feet to the center line
128 on West Vine Street. Both IN PROBATE NOTICE OF BULK NISI of State Road 527 (KIssimmee
CUSTOM MADE for 512,000.( ) Call 847-2398. W. L. PROCEEDINGS: ning; From said Point of Beginning
For Gas Delivery Phone Ketchum. Notice Is hereby given that Hew- IN THE NAME AND BY THE run South 78.48'10" East. 2255.72
Harold Wlgal 8472058 lett M. Abrams has filed his final AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF feet to the end of this center line
R.A. DOCKA report as Executor of the Estate FLORIDA: description.The
Fletcher 817-4539 FOR SALE: Three bedroom .of George Walton Abrams. de- TO ALL WHOM IT MAY land herein described contains OSCEOLA
Kenneth BIedoe house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x ceased; that he has filed petitionfor CONCERN: and to all persons and 2131 square feet more or less.
892-7695 St. Cloud REAL BARGAIN final discharge and that he will parties claiming or having any OWNED BY EDMOND LEWIS
( )
300. Air.cond1t1: ecL Priced to HILLIPS
apply to the Honorable O. P. Johnson right, title interest estate mortgage and wife MATTIE LEWIS.
For Gas Service: Phone $10000 sen. Contact Betty Eby 847. County Judge of Osceola County or other lien to or on those TAKE NOTICE that a Declara- PETROLEUM
2881 847-4366. Florida, on the 27th day of certain parcels of land hereinafter tion of Taking has been filed in
J.B. Rountree 847-4O62 or January. 1964. for approval of same described, and the following persons the above-styled cause by the Petitioners -
Robert Allen CALL 8472881or and for final discharge as Execu- together with all unknown the acquiring authority of CO. INC. ( j 0 )
Emory Bronton 847-4570 tor of the Estate of George Walton persons claiming by. through or these proceedings, of the taking of ,
Abrams, deceased. under known persons who are dead the above-described lands for the
Leo Glrourd 847-2061 GROOMING This 23rd day of December.. 1963. or who are not known to be dead purpose set forth In the Petition P. 0. BOX 310 KISSIMMEE
847-4456 POODLE or alive: In this viz. As of fIJ.
} R.H.Hall 892.1212.St.Cloud HEWLETT M. ABRAMS cause : right way I ;
Executor of the Estate of Emily Galloway for[ a portion of State Road No.S531 Value
i We Give Stamps
or Call H.Simmons,Mgr. Phone 8473670RITA George Walton Abram. Address Unknown in Osceola County Florida, Top
847-4319 Deceased. SRD No. 70. 71 and that the Honorable Parker Lee
HUNTNow Brinson and McWhlrter Amanda Cousins McDonald one of the Judges of the
Robert O'Berry 8473219CG.Tyner FOR RENTTHE Attorneys for Executor Address Unknown Circuit Court in the NINTH Judicial -
Kisslmmee. Florida SRD No. 74 Circuit of Florida will on
.. Dec. 26. Jan. 2. 9. 16 Tom JohnsonAddress the 15th day of January, A.D. 1964,
f John Evans St.Cloud Unknown at 10:00 A. M., in the Osceola
892-3482 SRD No. 70.71 County Courthouse at Kisslmmee.
Amazing Blue Lustre will Mattie Lewis Florida consider said Declarationof

leave your upholstery beautifully Stubby The Dog Address Unknown SRD No. 76 make Taking such appoint Order appraisers as the Court and !

Now and Get Your soft and ,clean. Rent electric C. H. Williams deems proper. All parties to the )tp, fr.
Buy 'I I shampooer $1. Parks Fur Address Unknown .suit and all parties interested may
SRD No. 75 appear at the time and place des
Homestead Exemption niture Company. Section 92501-2601 State Road S-531 I I ignated. HAPPY A
--. Goes To School Ola County Description I You. and each of you. are hereby
FOR RENT Furnished apart- PARCEl, 71J commanded ,to appear by Cling an: 1
; CRUMPTONBUILDERS .1 OF Answer to the Petition heretofore
1 montand traiter-s.apartment.Both RIGHT .._ : WAY NEW YEAR
-- '
That part of: tiled In this causeIn'the. entitled .
nice and reasonable. S.&R. I By KAREN WADE I and intently as lnsbuctor ex Lot 9. Bloch 54; Plat of Mary Court on or before January 27. .:...
I I din recorded In1 Plat Book 1961 to show what right title Interest -
Did know that
Pawn Co. St. Cloud Highway you ever a dog pounds.
"B. page 67. ,public records.Osceola or lien you or any of you
441. went to school? Stubby is a wise dog. He sel County Florida; have in and to the abovedescribedlands

has several Osceola County has long been dom goes into the same class lying within 20 feet Southerly ol and show cause why the same
repossessedhomes the center line of State Road S-531 should not be taken for the uses
APARTMENTS FOR RENT$9, known for its progressive school room twice during the day be. Section 92501 said center line being and purposes set forth in the Peti-
to sell before the $11 $12 per week. Mrs. Paul system and for its interest in cause he knows that a well educated described as follows: tion filed herein. And
line of WITNESS Hand and the Seal may we wish you a bright, happy and
Commence on the East my prosperous
Davis 114 Emmett Street.
first of the year. trying to make school and in- dog should know not onb Lot 9. Block 63 Plat of Marydla. of this Court on this 18th day of 1964, brimful of all the good things that
teresting and meaningful experi English and Civics but math, as recorded In Plat Book "B" December' A.D.. 1963.
FOR R E N T Kitchenettes: e GLENN RAY make life worth living.
67, public records. Osceola
ence. Many students past and biology and history welL II
as Clerk of the Circuit Court.
For More Information _rooms and trailer apartmentswith County Florida at a point 1.69!
lake and shuffleboard. By present think fondly of Osceola In fact he has visited each department . feet Southerly from the Northeast In Florida.and for Osceola County. We appreciate everything you have done for us
School but in their corner of said Lot 9. and run North
\ CALL week month or year. Capitol High never regularly except Home West. 224.85 feet to the (SEAL) during the past twelve months and hope that we
wildest dreams have they ever EC. and being he center line By/MARJORIE R. HATE
a of State Road 527 (Kis
Cloud. 441.Baby .. be useful
Motel St.
Hwy. again to the
Deputy Clerk may during New Year
Jack Brown collect had the devotion and loyality doesn't particular need to learr I slmmee Boulevard), for a Point of you
Beginning; From said Point of Beginning that lies ahead.LUPFER'S.
towards the school that Stubbyhas. cooking anyway. _run_South_ 78*48'10" East.2IiS.72 COUNTY ATTORNEY
422.8631 Sitter, Box 525, Route No. Stubby is the first student out :: feet to the end of this centerline Klssimmee 124: Broadway, Florida

2 or light house work. Mature of the room when the bell soundsat description. and .
The land herein described con
ORLANDO lady. Mrs. T S. Vredevelt. Stubby is a dog-a big, the end of the period as wellas tains 1413 square feet more or less. BRUCE J. DANIELS
brown, friendly dog with liquid the OWNED BY EMILY CALLOWAY. Holland Building
being first one at the be- Tallahassee FloridaOF
brown that longinglyat If alive or If deceased any un-
eyes gaze ginning of the next class. He known heirs devisees and/or COUNSEL FOR
one when he stups to pat his other claimants under said EmIly THE PETITIONERS.
probably most loyal Dee Jan.
Radio and 26 2. 9. 16
has tail having Calloway.SUBJET
head. Stubby no ,
APPLIANCES school spirit of anyone on the TO: Interest If any. of:
lost it somewhere in the dim and TOM JOHNSON If alive and If
school campus cause he never Insurance
COMPUTE HOME FURNISHINGS mistv past. But that doesn't deceased any unknown heirs Agency
misses a ball game or a dance. devisees and/or other claimants
T V deter Stubby who wags that lit- The students are almost unanimous under said TOM JOHNSON.
PARKS FURNITURE CO tle stub. When he is pleased as PARCEL NO. 74RIGHT 1918. -- 1963
HttimniM st. ao d though it was his full grown tail. in their opinion that their OF WAY
administration should give Stub- That part of:

Stubby first came to school by this year the mark of recon- dla.Lot Block recorded 63, Plat in Plat of Mary-Book 12 Broadway-Htxl To The Bank-847-4121

six years ago along with his gnition which he deserves a "B." page 67. public records.

NORRIS CLEANERS master Babe Grissom and he liked .high school diploma, or at leasta lying Osceola within County.20 feet Florida of the ;centerline k

so well that he has continued certificate of perfect attent- of State Road 5531. Section
92501. said center line being described
to stay on even though Babe ence.
FINEST as follows
: KISSIMMEE'S has gone on to college. But be as it may, the fact re- Commence on the East line of

S 103 East Dakin Telephone 847-4941 Each morning when the bell mains that Osceola High Schoolis Lot as recorded 9, Block in 63.Plat Plat Book of"B.Marydla." page i HELP WANTEDBUSINESS

rings Stubby marchs quietly into probably the only school in 67. public records. Osceola County.

a class room and lays down with the nation who can boast a can- Florida at a point 1.69 feet South-I

I head on paws to watch quietly ine student.


To Fill Vacancies Now Existing
j Custom Recapping AT THE NEWSHOPPES
Patrolman- pe 2135. high school

f 223 S. BERMUDA PHONE 847-2207 Be ChangedBetter graduate. .

Fireman -age 2135.high: school


t STEEL SALESAny labeling for furniture to tation would be accurate however. Experience not necessary.

protect the consumer, is in the .) Pay range: S75-S92%weekly. I HOT
Dimension-Any Amount-Competitively offing. According to Changing -Ads may not contain half- Application may be pid.ed.p at I

I Truck Bodies-Boat T ioNe' -Horse Trailers' Times, the Kiplinger Magazine, truths tending to mislead. For example Chief of Police office or Chief of For Any Of

and Utility' Traiters.I after nearly three years of debating a manufacturer must not Fire
, BUILT AND REPAIRED. the fine points with members -I describe as "maple" a table that Last. date to file application u Jan These Services

Complete Mobil Welding Shop AH Work Soeronteed. of the industry and with consists of maple top with pecan Many nary fringe 1st. benefit I

I Old Orlando Highway Near Livestock Market. consumer representative!. the legs; he must use the more accurate Chit Service Board New Houses HOT SHOP PESRESTAUR..ANT

KISSIMMEE Federal Trade Commission is label "maple top pecan Police aad Fire Department
238-A about to come out with rules that legs." Similarly, even a true ma- City of Iemmee CommercialStructures

WELDING will make life easier for the furniture hogany veneer but with a finish
i LOU YOUNG, buyer. printed to resemble crotch mahogany !.In.Jets' Thacker,secretary

I PHONE 8473898ROTHROCK The new rules will outlaw any must reveal this bit of and examiner.

misrepresentations of furniture imitation. I Remodeling ON THE FLORIDA TURNPtKE
The word "walnut" can refer
woods including indirect misrepresentation
f resulting from failure only to woods of the genus Juglansand CLERKDISPATCHER Additions

to disclose pertinent facts Chang the word "magany"to only]

SEPTIC ing Times reports. Truthful descriptions woods of the genus Swietenia. t Aluminum

must be on all tags Philippine mahogany and African! Siding great, that we must add to our present staff
and labels and in advertisements mahogany refer to woods from I
In order to continue giving good service to our
TANK: co. Specifically, the rules provide: different trees, but both are legal Aluminum
oH shifts for
The wood used for exposed designations. Application being accepted to create many customers. Openings exist on

? surfaces must be labeled by its But even when the new labels eligible list with Police Dept. Awnings waitresses, kitchen helpers and dishwashers. . .

t,;CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS. true name. Examples of false become universal, the magazine Male or female typing required Storefront Also, two grill cooks for day work.

SEPTIC EVERY NEED. claims would be describing as points out, it will still be up to 45 word per ..ill.te..o ale

TANKS-A SIZE FOR "maple" a captain's chair made the buyer r WxIerstand whatis he limit BO experience neeesaarr.Application Marquee

;_,CEMENT WORK -. 20 GALLON GHiSf TRAPS of birch; using the term "solic reading -ana the wise consumer may be picked .p at I .

mahogany" or "mahogany" to describe will study the vocabulary before Chief of Police office. !4 Estimates Good.alary. free uniforms, fly. day work week

15 a mahogany-veneered table;; .he goes shopping. Lt date to file application i*Jam I two week vacations, group Insurance and many'
EXPERIENCE walnut-stained hackberry nary let.cmJ SEEKCMGORE
I describing a other compnay benefits.
chair as "Danish-style wal
K. C. ROTHROCK, Owner end Operator nut"; or describing any nonlum PIZZA Service Board Jr.
tOCATH) AT KISSIMMEE( TRANSIT-WX CO. ber product such as hardboard Police and Fire Department

fiberboard metal plastic etc., a: City of tc..i--e- TRIANGLE BUILDING Apply In person to the manager, anytime, Hy

PHONE 847-3524 wood. (The term "mahogany. FREEZETTE Mr*.Jets' Thacker secretary 11 STEWART ST. or night. f
grained hardboard, to describE DRIVE-IN and examiner.

f r a simulated finish on a wood imi Phone 847-2270


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Split Twin Bill With Bulldogs ; Varsity Wins 6052The

Varsity Koubo took the James S.Meoeer

St. Cloud Bulldogs 60 to :,;! for
Ip Flight TrainingNavy
their first win of the basketball
season in the Cow Palaif Friday
night. Ensign James S. Messer.
The Kissimmee B squad lost son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J
the evening opener after lead Messer of 321 Mabfcrtlc St.. K>
ing in the Iii st three quarters, by i simmee is press alder.oing
a final score of 34 to 44. j advanced fiigte training with
Jimmy Flanagan led the scoring Training Squadron 38 Jfc the
in the Ko\\bo varsity game Naval Air Station, CBpus
with 'JO points followed by Gary : Q-.rlsti. Tex. w

Land with 19. While at Corpus Christi he
During the first quarter St : t$ at will l fly the T-28 "Trojan" and
Cloud piled up a 10 point lead, r 3+ the Al-H 'Skyraioer' jets.
sinking shots from every direction ,1y #
until it seemed they couldn't
miss. Kissimmee's dramatic
team-play dropped the lead tc SOUTH TRAIL
four points at the half and whentht'

third quarter came to an end er j DRIVE 1 IN
the tally was evened at 40 points. tiT
The final quarter was hard fought T THEATREORLANDO.
and Kissimmee never again let' .: -.c iyi
their opponents take the lead. .
In the B squad game Hike .Tj 'iw FLORIDA

Whitewolt was top Ifor Y THl'RS., DEC. 26
Kissimmee with 10 points. Mike
Show In Color
Hankins made 9 points and Steve i Complete
Thacker. 7. For St. Cloud Fred "MARY, MARY"
Schnook led with 15. followed bv .. -
: :
Steve Adams with 10 and Bil -
Humphrey with 9.At "COME FLY
Oviedo Tuesday night the WITH ME"
B squadders lost 48 to 34 wit 2 9:10FRI..SA
\\ itt"wolf again leading the scorning
with 14 points followed b>' T., DEC. 27.28
Hankins i"t and Gary Dymmek
i6. For Ovedio Bob Stewart "CAPTAIN SINBAD"
= I
racked up 16. Mike Partin and Yy A T w 7:00"PIRATES
Walter Beasle. 14 each. -- ;
The varsity lost to Oviedo 61 to .
: .f' 9:05"HERCULES :

I i - AND

William Melick i THE CAUTIVE

Passed Away WOMAN"
: ,
William Russell Melick. 68. of. F ii ProgramIn
1619 Catherine Street. Orange! Color

Gardens. Kissimmee. passed]i
away suddenly Friday while on a SUN.- ION.TUES.
visit in St. Cloud. He was a I Ianitanan DEC. 29.30.31

> with the Brevard I Complete Program In Color!
County Health Department.A
native of Bethlehem. Pennsylvania "WESTSIDE STORY"

he had been a residen I Sun6:3011:00lon.Tues.71I:30
of this area for the past eight UP THE SCORE-Gary Land shooting the basket, adds to the Kowboys score as HIGH SCORER Jim Flanagan is high scorer for the Osceola Kowboy Capers with 20 } :
jears. they defeated the St. Cloud Bulldogs Friday night. Bob Magnaghi in foreground is right on points thus far in the season. He is shown above making a basket to help the
He! was a graduate! of :\Iuhlen.b I hand to give Gary an assist if necessary. (Photo by Eby) place a win over St. Cloud Friday night. (Photo by Eby) Kowboys WING OF CIIA\CE"

<>rg College and did graduate Sun.9:40

work at Penn State. Rutgers and Town Hits .1 FOR PRINTING QUALITY call COMMERCIAL the Gazette office Mon.-Tues.. 10:20: .

Cornell For 15 years before-moving to Meeting ,Salvation Army Fills In for Santa) 847-2881.

Florida he was Athletic Directorat
Fluoridation at St. CloudST.
Parkersburg High School. I By RUSSELL KAI track of the number of outfits Lady." Let us hope that as these I
Parkersburg West Virginia. I am indebted to Guideposts. she has made over the years butt children grow into womanhoodthey RANCH GROVESPREADER
He was a member of the United CLOUD-Otto Whitney call- ; possible understanding and good the inspirational magazine, edited runs into the thousands. She too will remember the kindness .
Evangelcial Church and Mount ed Town Meeting to order with a I communication between the two by Norman Vincent Peale, for hopes that her efforts are bringing of unknown friends who j
Olivet Lodge Number 3. A. F. request for a moment of silent groups. bringing to m> attention the the same joy and happinessto made the gift possible and like SERVICEEARL
i- A.1... Parkersburg. prayer in memory of President Miss James pointed out that activity of an inspired Tampa the little girls who receive Edna Walker will find a way to
Survivors include his wife Er. John F. Kennedy. problem youths are not excluded woman who for 25 years has them that her Salvation Army repay that kindness for if they
ma Hamric Melick. two brothers. Reverend Robert Schwenk. from club membership so longas been making doll clothes for the doll gave to her. J do they will experience the same MURPHY
Marshall: Melick. Seattle Washington chaplain gove the invocation club rules are abided by. It Salvation Army. Hundreds of Tampa children happiness that the Doll DressLady" / OWNER "
; and Franklin Melick.Xorristown. which was followed b> a saluteto Is this small group the club hopesto As we are well aware the Salvation will receive dolls this Christmas finds in performing her .
Penns\lvania One' the American flag. help. by example and fellow- Army distributes toys and in the annual Salvation Army distribution self-appoinged task. 1 L PHONE 847-3821 J i '.
sister.' '-Irs: Ada Steer, Bethle- Mr. Whitney spoke briefly on ship.Mrs. dolls as well as food to needy Many of them will be The real joof Christmas
hem. fluoridation and clarified the James named others on families each Christmas. We tossa attired in dresses designed and comes in giving not merely money Post Office Box 143 Kissimmee Fla.
Funeral services were held at stand taken by New York's :Mayor the adviso-y board: James Turner coin or two in Santa's bag on made by Tampa's "Doll Dress but of ourselves as well. ,
2 o'clOC'kIonday from the Gris-. Wagner that the decision president; George Grice. the street corner in response tc
sore Chapel with the ReJimmy should be made by public refer- vice president; Ruth M Ferro, the Army's appeal and go OUT
R. Cox minister of the First endum. Whitney asked the audi- secretary: Mr. C. Knapp Mrs. way with little thought of whereor
Christian Church, officiating. Cas- ence for their opinions on the El Farris Mrs Clarice Adams how the contribution is used.
ketbearers were Messrs. Gene subject and then asked for a Rev. Kenneth Thornton, pastor In 1916 a little girl, Edna Walker A New Home ... New People ... M

Burke. Ed Caldwell, W W. Han-, vote. The vote was unanimous First Baptist Church; Jack Stall- faced a bleak Christmas Her and a New Concept of Service
cock. Phillip Searcy. Jake Sech-against fluoridation for St. Cloud ard. member of City Planning father had been ill and out of i
rest and Henry Woodard. Foldingand ,, A motion was made and carried Board; and :Mrs. M. Stocum.A work for a long time and what r
presentation of the Flag atOsoeola that a resolution be sent to resolution of praise and little funds available were need-
Memory Gardens was in l the City Commission to the effect thanks was passed by Town Meeting ed for the bare necessities of life. I
charge of Veterans of World War that Town Meeting is against for the Youth Club's partici- Although only six years old, Ed- If f
One Barracks 1068. Grissom Funeral I fluoridation. !nation in the open- forum. na understood why Santa could II
Home was in charge of ar Special guests were introduced I Mrs. James, in closing. said bring ,no toys to her, and she I
rangements. : Betty Lee James and Johnny there is a great need for adult could not keep the tears from
I Crowe, president and vice pres- chaperones as the Club is never her eyes as they feasted on a
I ident of St. Cloud Youth Club, opened without them. Volunteerswill pretty doll in the store window.
Lutherans Plan i and Mrs. Harold James, treasurer be most welcomerCommission : But there would be no Christmasat !
of the Adult Advisory Board. her house that year. OSCEOLA i19
New Year's Service The young officers explainedthe Oppose

organization of the club with THEN ON Christmas Eve, a
An informal New Year's Eve;; the help of the City of St. Cloud, Citrus Tariff CutA smiling Salvation Army lassie in
service will be held at TrinityLutheran allowing the use of the old city her blue uniform appeared at the
Church on Tuesday hall building and supplying Water proposed tariff reduction on door of their little home. She PETROLEUM 1
evening December 31, 7:30. and electricity. They told citrus fruits prompted the.. County was ladened with a generous i
The pastor, the Rev. Henry I I donations of money and equipment Commission to fire off a let- basket of goodies, toys and a ,
Young, will use as his meditation from many pople and that ter of opposition to Florida's doll. It was beautifully dressedin
theme, "My Times Are In the first donor was Mr. George Senators Holland and Smathers.The hand sewn clothes. A Christ-
Thy Hands.. Meeder. mas dream come true. COMPANY Inc. DICK iOVfUWe i
Present membership in the Commission's letter, writ Edna loved that doll, she washed Fr* M if and Maog iI
Youth Club is 260 with about 150 ten by County Attorney Murray it, dressed it, slept with it,
members active. The club has set W. Overstreet Jr., protested I
caressed it as no doll had ever
up strict by-laws and a consti- against the proposed lowering of been caressed before. As the Formerly OSCEOLA OIL COMPANY ;
the citrus fruit tariffs to aid underdeveloped -
Planned tution. The club is advised but
years passed Edna never forgot '\%'
i I not lead by the adult board. foreign countries of when
the shining moment joy '
because of the still suffering cit- : f*
Their policy is to not beleaguer she received that Salvation Ar-
business citizens for rus growers of central Florida. j
people or
ST. CLOUD Championship my doll.
funds. Osceola 7
playoff will be held ThursdayDec. Last winter's freeze caused County
Commendations came from several As she grew older she realized
( 26), 1:30 p.m. at St Cloud millions of dollars damage to
persons: Mr. R. McCrackenhas that it was the thoughtfulnessand
Shuffleboard Club. There will beLadies' Florida's citrus .
been offered assistance when industry.The kindness of others that provided
Doubles and Men's Dou letter said if the tariff Distributor for
bles. walking home: Mr. P. Knight told her doll and gave her such I II
were lowered, "we believe the
of the Club's offer to Golden Age happiness. She wanted to return
Twenty-four courts were in Club which is the use of the cumulative economic effect on that kindness so she contacted
play at Saturday's tournament building during morning hours central." Florida would be alarming the Salvation Army and asked if ) r I

with Simon ana zeima young, This kind of cooperation makes she might sew clothes for dolls I .
Granvill Snapp and Paul Krotts i I to be distributed on Christmas. ,

quite supervising.close: Blacks.The scores 4248 and were the Upturn In New FOR THE PAT 25 years Ed- Phone 847-3941

Reds ice cream 4098. donated All players by enjoyed Warren Walker Given has been sizes desired sewing doll she for Fast Metered p H S L L I R S r

Knight in honor of his parents'44th Residents made fifty the first year. Her Home Delivery
wedding anniversary.In I Notederaged project is a year long task. When Of Fuel Oil. GUt MHifX
one Christmas is passed she be-
the individual shooting I gins making doll clothes for the
There has been in
an upturn 1446 new Floridians each
next and she has
Catherine Snapp was high for year steadily
the ladies; while honors for the mooing week during the 1962-63 fiscal increased the number of dresses
year according to the Bureau of
Last made
men went to Otto Autry. provided. year
ida State Chamber of Commerce : Vital
Statistics. This representsa
and contributed 500 outfits all
Mrs. Eva Wright publicity reported yesterday in its Weekly drop from the previous year's hand made with loving fingers as i
chairman speaks for the Club,"Business Review. figure of 1,26L"Adding her mind goes back to the thrill
"We are sorry to report the "The weekly gain in new residents gains from migration a similar gift brought her at
death of Rose Malanson. Until I from other states averaged and from natural increase Flor that age of six. She has lost ,
ill health prevented. Rose was 3.046 persons during the year June ida's total weekly gain stands at I II
an ardent shuffler and returnedthis 30. 1962 to July 1, 1963, up from 4,192 persons up from 3,711 dur- DAR To Meet I
year after an absence of 2,450 during the previous year" ing 1961-S2.
several years. We had hoped the Review pointed out Thursday Afternoon
she would be able to join in "Since the I960 census. Florida
our games Our sympathy to This is a net figure and in- has added 701.000 new residentsto
eludes the residents who ST. CLOUD The January
her family who were called here only new chalk Up a 14.2 per cent gain
by her recent illness. remained in Florida. It is, basedon the fastest rate of any large state meeting of Joshua Stevens Chapter
the Census Bureau's new estimates -and far above the national in- DAR will be held ThursdayJan.
of the state's permanent crease of 51 per cent. ( 2) in the Old South Dining
SHRIMP population of 5.652.000( as of July Room of the St. Cloud Hotel at OSCEOLA PETROLEUM COMPANY, INC._
1 this year. Refugees are not In- "The new estimate of Florida's 1:30 p.m. -
In A Basket cluded in this figure. population places the state offl- Mrs. Irene Cederborg will 1110 NOOTH MAW KISSIMMEE o PHONE 847-3941 Mas.

"In addition to the net gain kdaHy at ninth spot among the give a book review. Hostessesfor [Mail o&kess: P. 0. Box 310, Kissimmee 32741] o. 1IN81A&UKowboys
FREEZETFEDRIVEIN from migration from other slates 50 states again. Just ahead of the meeting are Mmes. Hat-
Florida's natural increase (the Massachusetts and below New tie Henshaw and Susie Eisel-

, I 1 excess of births over deaths) av Jersey. stein..

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