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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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I Florida's; S kvvttock product**, 56 per State *ajt 5 Grova Pages 25-27 r
I fakutf vegetable crop, 92 !! Sports Pagn 6.7.1 Thcattrs Page 21

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'Tis. a Privilege to Live in Central Florid The Worlds Most Beautiful Place for Abundant


. NO. 707 ORLANDO. FLORIDA. FEBRUARY 2. 1S47

_ _ THIRTY-EIGHT PAGES


Midwest StalesThreatened GOOD NEWS FROM LABOR FRONT U.S. Russia I IAFLCIO I



Contractors, AFL Lewis Reported Behind


By Row Over Berlin


'No Strike' Pact


New SnowfallsThree Labor Policy Merger Plan



Persons Hailed by TrumanWASHINGTON 'Sabotage' in Union


Freeze to Death [UP] President Truman yesterday Vote Cited by Soviet 6


Westerners CHICAGO digging[U P] out Mid.of jubilantly struction industry.announced He a said no-strike this and agreement other good in labor the news con Russian BERLIN commanders[AP] U.of S.Berlin and-'I And We've All Been Doing It for Years I John L. Would


showed the nation is "moving closer and closer to our
heavy snow drifts were con- engaged in a bitter personal
ideals of free collective "
fronted with fresh snowfalls bargaining._ exchange over labor
He made the construction Industry Become LeaderOf
yesterday as a blast of frigidair policy yesterday in the most
announcement at
moved across the country toward Truman Firm a specially -
,- ---. called serious row that has come Into
newsconference
the Atlantic Seaboard. .
," the since four-power
open govern
hi
Three persons were found frozen Against Rent "1 which he assert ment was established here. All LaborAFL

to death In Wisconsin. bringing ed his In an unprecedented attack on
statement
to 10 the number of persons t
is "one of the a colleague in the Allied com-
who died in the State as the resultof i IncreasesWASHINGTON
the blizzard that swept the most important I mandanture Maj. Gen. Alexander S t .., Council Eyes

area this week. [UP] have made in a Kotikov Soviet commander airedin Drives in South
the German the secret
press
The storms over the North Central President Truman yesterday good whlle.- I
', The agreement proceedings of a commandanture MIAMI
States were expected to move [UP] John L.
i reaffirmed his opposition to k between the As- meeting and charged Col. FrankL.
Into Canada last night but the U. Lewis was reported yest.t-
S. Weather Bureau at Chicago any overall increase in rent sociated General Howley, U. S. deputy commander I
be the
said new storms moving In from ceilings, but a strong blockof McCarthy Contractors of with attempting to "sab I day to engineering !

America and the AFL Berlin trade GMM proposed of the AFL
the Northwest would add still more Senate Republicans served no- Buildingand otage" a proposed merger

tice that they would seek to over- Construction Departments union election. and the CIO in what mightwell

GROUNDHOG DAY! ride him. representing 19 unions-covers two Howley in turn. said Kotikov (1:7u : be an effort to become the

WASHINGTON [AP] Today Mr.Truman, million workers.It was trying to hide the truth. Said unchallenged labor leader of the

Is the day when the groundhog said he believed provides that all disputes in : another high U. S. official nation.

woodcbnck to some] emerges the rent line the industry unsettled At the "We have a policy of not Lewis whose United Mine

from his Winter quarters long must be held, local levels may be submitted to washing our dirty linen before Workers have put him at the

enough according to tradition adding that a joint national standing committee the Germans. This is a plain head or in high places of both organizations -

to get In his forecast as follows: for a final binding decision. case of dirty poker." was believed the
the question of
;
If he sees his shadow hell retreat prime mover behind the AFL's
boosting rent Charging that Kotikov "broke
to his warm hideout for a sudden offer of full brotherhoodto
Mr. Truman listed good labor
a gentleman's agreement" by takIng -
ceilings was up
six-week lay-up thereby indicating to Congress but news of the past 10 days as follows the secret discussions of the the CIO The AFL Executive
much cold weather
more Council suggested a complete
: The no-strike no-lockout
commandanture to the German
in store and that Spring will bea he was not In -- agreement in the home highway Allied merger. on terms to be worked out
little late this If he favor of it.Some press and violated control )
year heavy and specialized construction kkx' YOLI tiPgOI together. to strengthen labor
Tobey authority instructions not to allow -
." doesn't see his shadow hell Senate industry; the agreement betweenU. the German to discord cAJH i1CrWPpI I I sow
press ? .
to
said hoped
make Immediate outdoors planson Republicans they
S. Steel Corp. and United Steel- the 946c' E'J cp', economic. %
the of early Spring.Dr. Senate Banking Committee among Allies. Howley 1''iAcE
theory an gain workers [CIO! to eliminate wage added 7TM 'G/3iv # : Members of the Council: meetIng -

Jerome Namlas chief of approval next week for legislation"to rate Inequities and extend their ; 4 here withheld all comment
weather bureau's extended relief." "This action was an unfortunate ,
the give landlords some current contract to April 30. and yesterday, pending receipt of an
!
of doing business. It
he way
forecasts divisions says The tangled rent problem. the agreement between U. S. Rubber answer from CIO President

doesnt want to wrangle with thus may provide the first direct Co. and United Rubber Work makes Quadripartite government 71j Philip Murray, but observers
spirited members of the groundhog difficult It was an attempt by 1 ( t
battle between the Chief ers idOl on "a significant con I ; ; close te them pointed to the-
school of forecasts, but he tract." Kotikov to discredit his Allies in jl
Executive and the new Republican strong possibility that both Murray -
Insists that "scientifically thereIs the eyes of the Germans and prevent -
Congressional majority. "The making of these agreements and All President! William
no basis whatsoever for the i the truth: namely, that he
Indicates a widespread Green would step down In the
groundhog legend. <. Meanwhile. Ben. Capehart [R.- blocked compromise.
willingness to resolve Industrial event of a merger.
] urged that little property
Implicit In Kotikov
attack
enow tonight and Monday to the rent disputes without resort to force." Lewis these sources said, u
holders be given relief from
f was the charge that the Americans
: drifts piled up in Wisconsin, Mr. Truman said. perhaps the nations best known
freeze orders and an opportunity I
were seeking to advance
and Indiana. -- -
Illinois
Michigan. Labor officials said other favorable labor figure and one with Intimate
foe a "fair return on Investments the AFL form of organization I
Downtown Chicago was blanketed signs the I knowledge of both wouldbe
were of groups

In darkness at mid-day asa representing Chmn. Tobey their life IR.-N.H.1 savings"and of negotiations for a new progress agreementIn against Soviet. the form favored by the 16 Persons Die Jews To Fight MrsJJIerbe a likely choice to head a new

cold front moved eastward Senate the flat glass industry to replace 12.000,000 member "union of
the Committee
British
>across: the Great. lakes. A masVcloud jpa.nxing the expired contract and American: officials taid. "how DriveIn unions

,. together with heavy called a ClOfr presentative as the AFL President William Green's ever that representatives of both The council WM known to hope

Industrial smoke carried a cold !last commit te 'witness tomorrow suggestion to CIO President Philip I the AFL and CIO. a member of In Plane Crash Holy LandJERUSALEM Succumbs Here that even If Murray does not have

air mass across the city, haltIng ;I and planned to turn the Question Murray that the two big organizations the World Federation of Trade [ITJPJ Pamphlet much faith in the suggestion h,

the snowfall and causing a i of "legislation If any" over to merge; indications that Congress Unions, were given equal treat { bombs exploded In Tel Aviv last i would be willing. to appoint a committee -

sharp drop In the temperature. a special subcommittee. would proceed cautiously I:ment here. ;i iI LISBON. Portugal [UP] j!night and warned British military Mrs. Douglas R. Ellerbe, a to explore the possibilitiesand

Another outbreak of Arctic air I Morgan L. Pitch new president I with new laws to regulate labor Sixteen persons were killed I authorities that the Jewish underground -I native Orlandoan and a I i terms. Both Lewis and Greenare

of the National Association of BERLIN UP] Maj. Gen Frank was ready to fight an all-
was moving Into the Dakotas.Min unions while in Detroit Federal when Air i on the conference group
yesterday an member of of the '
city's'pioneer
nesota. Nebraska. Iowa. Kansas Real Estate Boards last night said I Judge Frank A. Picard said he A. Keating, military governor of i I out British drive to suppress one I named by the council yesterday

and Missouri. The nation's lowest the Government though contin- would hold intensive hearings to the U. S. sector here. yesterday France transport crashed 12 violence in the Holy Land. !] families died yesterday when it advanced the proposal of

temperature was registered at ued rent control. Has entered intoa 'make certain industry is,not unduly accused the Russians of violating i! miles north of Lisbon duringa The bombs scattered earnings, afternoon at a local unification.

Lennon. S. D.. wbere the mercury conspiracy to deny the veterana burdened with suits for back the Potsdam agreement by per- storny One person survived. I. that reprisals would be made for hospital after an Illness of s:veral Hopes for the plan were strong

live and pay for employes' travel mitting attacks on the Western The sole survivor was under future death sentences imposed on months here despite skepticism In Washington
[Continued on rage 2. CoL :5] place to to preservea and make I i Daughter of the late Judge John I -
mammoth monopoly of special ready time. I Allies in vhat, still is the "enemy stood to be badly injured and was underground members Despite the Moses Cheney, who settled here labor circles It was pointed

The WeatherORLANDO privilege the right to live In Sen. McCarthy R-Wis said press." rushed to a hospital an attemptto warnings, it was expected that at in 1885 to become one of 'the out that all labor is embattledin

another man's property withouthis the construction industry "no-I save his life The plane carried I least five and possibly six death State's prominent lawyers; Mrs. Congress and several State
A."D1CTh'1TY: Ellerbe made Orlando home her
strike" is 12 and five members sentences would be announced. Legislatures and that both APt
pact crew
consent an "important development $16 Billion U.S. passengers
Fair and colder today and tonight or approval.1 Saving within the next few entire life, except for a brief period ,
; tomorrow generally fair Fitch said he had been told ." and if it proves workable aboard. Some of the bodies days. of residence at Sanford. She and CIO supported Lewis In his

.' and continued rather cool. public officials refuse to touch "it might well temper some I Seen in Sound Peace were badly burned. British authorities speeded the was educated in the Orlando puo- :, fight against Federal injunction
evacuation of 5,000 civilians, mainly lic schools, graduated from the'
of the labor legislation now being WASHINGTON [API Can- The plane was only three or fourminutes' two months ago.
ReP. /
rent control because they fear It I Rollins College Academy and attended -
!: women and children In prepara- I
LAKELAND [AP Colder weather -
time from Lisbon In
that
consldred-maklng it unneces- non ID-Mo.l. ranking Democraton flying I suggesting one large organization -
Washington Seminary.Washington .
will be
"political suicide. I
tomorrow with tion the
morning. frost for imposition of martial
sary to take some of the drastic the House Appropriations Committee Airport when it went down at D. C. be established to present -
in the northern districts, was forecast
within the 24
law, expected next I
for peninsular Florida by the steps that have been proposed." said ;yesterday that if Serra Cintra near Peninha Cintra I. Married to Douglas Rion El- a united front to labor enemies -

Federal-State Frost Warning Soviets Balk Plans ,orlc leaders can guarantee peace Mountain and caught fire. to 48 hours. lerbe in 1913, she was active In the AFL made a drastic retreat

Service. Forecast for today was ArmRe4uction' I Six Children Nun the United States could save some An emergency crew was rushedto Red Press Calls U.S. social and civic circles becoming I from previous stands. In the

"clearing and cooler. $16 billion in the next fiscal the scene from Lisbon Airfield, i well known as an accomplished past Green had considered the

LAKE!: 6UCOTBS lAP] U. S. proposal I' Die in Orphanage Fire Mr. Truman's estimate year.for but its work, was hampered by the ,' China Policy 'Bankrupt' i horsewoman. CIO a rebellious offshoot and el-
Cracker Jim Sez for world-wide I I I Mrs. Ellerbe Is survived by her I I
reduction
: arms PRINCE ALBERT. Sask. [AP : spending in the ;year beginningJuly flames MOSCOW TAP) Izvestia declared pressed willingness. only to "takeit
Iffen we can get past that full being drafted for presentation I Ito : : The plane left Bordeaux at yesterday that withdrawalof mother. Mrs. John M. Cheney of back into the famUr.-"
Six children 1 is $3'lY2 billion.
and Cannon figured
J a nun perished in Jacksonville; a son, John Cheney
moon In February without harm the Security Council already I 12:30: p.m. and had been scheduledto the U. S. as mediator in China The
a freeze Its almost a downrltecarienty has snagged on Russian objections. I I I a fire which swept St. Patrick's I II that $5 billion of this is untouchable land at Lisbon about 7pm. proved American policy In that Ellerbe a lieutenant in the Army I move was termed here a

: that there wont be non author tlve sources said ;yesterday. ,Orphanage I here yesterday. The : being set aside for interest The plane was a two-engined country was "bankrupt" and only Air Corps; two daughters, Mrs. genuine offer to merge member-

later. but that Is _ _; S Soviet objections center around I'fire drove more than 100 children payments on the national Dakota (DC-3J I of the type in the future would disclose; whetherthe Jack Esther P.Glenn Bryant Ellerbe of Eglin, student Field and at ships, to a total of some 12 million
.. a cold moon the Suggested committee of the' in night clothes debt. But as for the remaining which Grace Moore Prince Gustaf U. S. T- uld try some new a on the basis of terms to be reach
out Into 45-be- Florida State for Women
what's gltten fulI I 1 tw*_ to lay down specific terms $32'2 billion, he said: 1 Adolf of Sweden and 20 others form of "interference" in China's College ed at the conference table. It
and Donald A. Cheney
two brothers
low-zero weather.Electric -
ler and fuller .. JM references for an 11-nation disarmament "If we, are to have no war thenwe were killed last Sunday taking off Internal affairs.It .
every nite. and commission to make I could cut the budget In tw'o." :from Kastrup Field at Copenhagen ; was the first omment in the assistant to Dr. Hamilton would presumably assure that the
come Wednejday recommendations.' Soviet Deputy I Denmark. i official government newspaper on Holt at Rollins and Joseph Y. individual unions would be unaffected -
Trains Crash Cheney. a member of the Florida
It looks plumb t Foreign Minister Gromyko contends f ; 'I II Leftist To Head New the U. S. action announced in Parole Board. I and that conflicting CIO

like a cold spell j I the committee procedure Two Killed 35 Injured Stranded Tanker In Tow Washington Wednesday by Gen Funeral services will be conducted and AFL policies would be brought
Is set in. ; would slow down handling of the ; i I Rule-in-Exile Marshall who headed U. S. efforts
gonna I Spain I
.
arms problem. NEW YORK [API The 10.803- by Dr. John Branscomb. pastor !into conformity under new lead-
Them I w I LOS ANGELES [UP) Two Pa- I PARIS API] Augusto Barcia y ton tanker flagship; Sinco ownedby in China before becoming Secretary of the First Methodist; Church. of : ership.

cabbages is amp'I I I'Devil elfin electric trains crashed near Trelles, Leftist Republican Ize- the Sinclair Refining Co.. of state. which Mrs. Ellerbe was a member '
glttin Doctor' Dies the entrance of a downtown sub- |qlerda Republlcana attorney and ] radioed yesterday that she was In the Carey Hand Chapel at 3 Meanwhile the AFL Executive -

less: Its fixln HAMBURG API Adolph Win- I way yesterday. killing two persons one-time premier and foreign minIster I disabled and adrift off the eastern State Department pm Monday. Interment will be CouncU shifted attention

1.*- r"rooy.s / kelmann. 59. Nazi "Devil Doctor" and injuring 35. of the pre-Franco Spanish. tip of Cuba, and later was takenin I in the Cheney plot in Greenwood I from its moves for peace with

B T1ds Tiers Hgh 4:54 m.ead I.!i accused in the Ravensbruck concentration I I I Republic agreed last night to forma tow by the Navy LST 532 bound' Slashes! Its PayrollWASHINGTON Cemetery. the CIO to the Southern organizing -
ar-0swes .e 11s camp trial of selecting Bomb Jars Reich'Office new Spanish Government-in- for the Guantanamo Bay Naval. [API State Department drives where rivalry

....._ t-- I Ic (I Prisoners for extermination died!I NUERNBERG [APIA bomb exploded I exile Base, the Coast Guard reported. announced yesterday it Broken Water Pipes between the two labor group

';:08 p..... : .H1.h...... .ad 444 11:15:IlL p.S.oa.ti .n4.... of a heart attack yesterday two : last night in the office of I I will fire approximately 200 em has been sharpest and unyield
,J.s: Hllh 439 s .... 'days, before he was to hear. his. Camil Sachs, president of the DeI :' ployes this month because of progress Plague London Homes
led 6.0J w41.9J ..m. .nd 11.10.p.m. 'sentence pronounced. BETTER FLORIDA SCHOOL PLANS MAPPED out wartime ing.The
in
----J I nazification Court which Is trying cutting proj LONDON f API In the wake of dual campaigns to unionize -
sue I "'111 ,.t. 41'0 I I Franz Von Papen. former German eels.Tonight's.
1: ]' England worst cold wave in 70 the South raged through mostof
P ; Italian
#. : :Ean.. .t.. Prelate Dies diplomat who was acquitted of' More Well-Trained years came a watery chaos of 1946 but AFL Chairman George
101 ROME (AP) Msgr. Filippo Cor- war crimes by the International Capable Movies broken pipes yesterday. L. Googe of Atlanta admitted the

1 q.p 7"tl9 1 loti".12 P.IIL ___:__ '" tcsi. 70. titular archbishop of' Military Tribunal. The building' ,J I BEACHAM! : -Sent!! of The South- 12.3t). It was the most hectic day in CIOs efforts had received "more
Sirace and former was unoccupied and there 2 HI 4 02. S 48 7:34. U 30. __ ___ "
as I 2 CCes apostolic nuncio were no the memories of throughout
em- plumbers
I publicity.
ROXT ef The South. 12:30.
11-.e=r.. : == Teachers and Leaders : Bone
CS 3 61U ee in Argentina and Poland. died casualties. Sought 1.18. 402. ..45. 734.630. _ __ the country Urgent calls for Nevertheless, Googe told the
: \ .1---. : :::: === 5 yesterday at Grottaferrata .COLONY. : -Anie. On MT Bhoalder assistance reached Middlesex Executive Council the AFL had

v..-m.4.. ___._ 67 ; :::: == :: S I I Bobby Soxer Found Slain I TALLAHASSEE [UP] Progress in Florida's anti- 2 00 CAMEO 3 55; S-55 7;::5dll'o14 Lace." 2.29. i' plumbers at the rate of one a minute garnered 270,000 new members in

.... s'-_ [ Strike school 4 40. 7.00. 9 45. 'I.. months, had issued 900 to
,.......______ 411 P.IIL __ 6. Newspaper Ends PAWTUCKET. R. L API] Bob- quated system depends mostly on securing enough GRAND: "U r a Lucky 1-00 310: :: seven
g ,69' sm. 64 I II One plumber estimated it would i 1,000 charters to local ,
new unions
520. 7 30 9 40
:__& flt 70 p.m. 63f. i KANSAS CITY IAP1 Kansas by-soxer Rita Bouchard. 17 was capable and well-trained teachers and school administrators -
.-It\: --===': n : == I found stabbed BABY GRAND: -Sine Neighbor Sine be June before all the pipes are'and had won more than 700 collective -
__ City Star annpunced last night I to death ;yesterday the Citizens Committee on Education said yesterday. 3 30 .'15 '00: "The Uiueen" 2'00. 4 43 normal.Parole .
_. restored to
f. 101 62 I bargaining elections conJ J
\ .f--n-- n that an agreement had been : in a lovers' lane stretch of woodland I 7 2S 10 10 S <<: .
'reached! ending the strike of near Ten Mile River. She had The committee recommended that the State follow 1 RIALTO"Centennial Summer" 110 i ducted by the National Labor relations
TCMPEKATURES a. 410. .
ELS: /CDC 710 1010; "Wild BeaiitT.305
WWHLNQTON tAPt Weather Bureaa reJr group of contract carriers that has been dead four to six hours. these three lanes In an attempt tool f.OS. 9 05VOGUE. Eyed For Leopold Board.
; # *'''I.temperature for the 24 hours tndv prevented the 'newspaper from. I build up its teacher resources; : ,' :: "Mr AFC- 2-00 S 20. S 45; JOLIET. HL [AP Nathan Leo- Googe offered no f.:ures on
** i i it their No. 1 job to prepare good -B" ,' Ranrh" 3 25! 45. 10'1OI i
"MI,* law H WIl Lw publishing for the past 15 days. i I Making the teaching profession teachers and administrators. I I DRIVE-IN; "Murder In the Manic HalL" ,I pold now serving a life prison what gains he thought the GIG
A 22 3 I i 119+1..EetJruAnj 1947 I. APOPKA' '"C rk.y",l MirarleCLERMONT might have chalked in that
L otra LCClfle 41 22 1 show "< term for the 1924 murder of Bobby i up
to
an attractive career young people Selection of only those who S ."
r: II\-ut. 6S S7 Memphla : 'Coarave of ta *le :
JO i tune but he asserted the GIGplanners
r At'anta 55 J5 \ Meridian (3 29 ,' Greek Regime Approved S- 34., ,ls W ?flu /K .1.l ; helping the willing but improperly aptitudes for education to be DELANO 147 La<:k." DRZKA Tart Franks, 14. "is among 445 Illinois S
l insstie CttT 47 32 Miami It M and school j Chance 'and 'Condemned to Peril i la- convicts who will receive preferred now were pu-:lm z in
F. n1ngb6m tit 21 Mln.8LP'11 I] ATHENS CAP] The new Greek 2345678 i trained teachers now In trained as teachers ,land ." .I parole consideration because they I their horns and execut: ; a retreat -
jton 40 31 Mobile' leaders. GROVELA5P "Kf'rr Emu.i
44
;I' Jfato: 27 II I Montvomery : 37.1! coalition government of Premier I! the schools and making future All requirements which needlessly i HArfES' CUT: Home. InS Oklahoma"* voluntarily aided in malaria re- from their initial nor s of
M. trUntton 20 4 New Oran 1'8 48 I(I Demetrios Maximos yesterday received 9 10 and "Three CabaDeroa search." Statesville Warden Joseph capturing the Soufx"
*" 11813 14 15 teacher education programs well- restrict education of teachersto
!attanooK 97 34fclcaia Jew' York 41 34 a vote of confidence of 252 : KISSrMMEX.Plauumaa and the
27 14 Norfolk 42 : to 36 In Parliament after a five- planned with excellent facilities the college campus should be I Lad, ." Ragen said yesterday.
22 LAKE WALZS
AnclnnaU 31 Philadelphia 43 30 16 17 182o 2IE : 8 el1bou..4.
Tlertland 3O 24 Phoenix 6 29 'day. debate on government policy. for internship and in-service education eliminated. LEESBtTROAliaa Mr TwllUht. I Escaped Felons NabbedNEW
t&laa 53 32 PitUburth 38 33 Expand facilities for training I FAIN; -Woman Who Came Back" : Flames Engulf Locomotive I Ii
'J YORK [API In garish
a
b.rn .9. J'orUa.cL.... 33 29 I Peri'ls 23 24 25 26 27 28 of teachers and adminis MOUNT DORA: -nuDe End of Time"
.:.. Detrol' 25 21 Richmond 52 33 Epidemic GIs vocational teachers at higher in. and The Devil Plmyaroviwi !i CINCINNATI [TAP A New York light of huge searchlights police
I ', 4 Dtal1&16. -'- La.. 31 10 trators. stltu ons. 6AK7ORDM and Day" 'Central passenger locomotive became surrounded a five-story lower EastSide
Paso 57 35 Su Antonio n 35 i DENVER rAP] Medical officersyesterday I ST CLOUD: "CanTan Paasaia.
4f' Specifically. the advocated
1947 %Iarch 1947 group Elimination of special barriers
F ,.I Fort Worth SO SO 8. Franriac* 57 395C WINTER GARDEN: "_., Llres Forever a flaming torch yesterday apartment building last night
t Oalveaton 69 49 I Savanuh 67 51 rushed inoculation of : 'against obtaining well qualified GEM: "Death Va11.5wmrsa when it crashed into a loaded gasoline to capture two more of the nine
?-, < \ JarkMBTtlK 1'2' .S I Seattle 48 a? 14.090 soldiers at Lowry Field Airbase .r- ::w.oW 7a 1'H .W An Immediate ell-organized' 'I teachers from outside the State. : HAVEN: "The Big Sleep:'
tank truck but of the felons who broke
none out of crumbling
p. Kaniaa au 21 12 I Tanpa 75 68 for LAKELAKD.. -POLK: Caara e of. La
IKnoevills. SI 49 j Vtrkibort C7 23Uttie under quarantine respira- 1 j program to interest young people And improve the atmosphere In .I 1. PALACE: "Coloraa Serenade and passengers on the Chicaeo-to-Cin- Raymond Street Jail nearly a
r' i Bock: 41 34 I Wathlnctaa 49 34 tory diseases as. new cases were in education as a career. I which teacher education Is car- "Siad! w orer Chinatown LAKE nati train was touched the month
by They Edmund
i- Loi Atuei 77 43 I WUmlactoa S3 M reported' The -B*n...e Ixrre ef Martha iTerf and 'Xarl I uo. are
pr States colleges must make i ried on. 1 Carroll Sketchbook." fire. i Godfrey. 26. and William Duffy 21.

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2 ttQt &uubttg nfafl-&f8r Orlando, Florida, February 2, 1947 consider! the suit of Fulton Na-
Page I
New Snowfalls 'Gubernatorial tional mlne Bank whether of Atlanta Talmadge to deter-or I I! Moslem l fightonEt


Jce Threatens Truman Scouts Mesons Electrons BillardsIt's Battle Hears Thompson bank. funds shall use now executive held by. :department the-I. .

Face Midwest Meanwhile, the State Senate is i ; MountsNEW
i Byrd Ships Still a Tough Game! Georgia Courts ready to begin public hearings on
the white primary bill when it I
Flying FearW NEW YORK [AP] The analogy of billiard balls that [Continued from Pare 1] ATLANTA ['UP] Geor- reconvenes tomorrow. DELHI- [API The dead-

:Three To Quit hit each other without caroming was used yesterday by gia's gubernatorial fight heads I lock on India's'" constitutionwriting -
dropped to 27 below zero. It was into the courts next week as three
Dr. J. R. Oppenheimer to explain the mysterious origin in i Milady's Sportswear processes tighter
grew even
LITTLE AMERICA UPI Rear [API Pres.Tru- I 28 below at Williston and Minot. 'of I a half dozen suits on file will
WkCm. Rtchard H. Cruzen announced man expressed no fear of flying the air of one of the cosmic ray particles known as mesons.Oppenheimer's N D. Ibe I argued. I Has New 'Long Look' yesterday with the likelihood thatit
yesterday that three yesterday and remarked that if comparison was theoretical only, but itl i A i As Herman Talmadge and would prolong the British stayin
new storm entered North- MeI-1
khin-hulled ships would be forcedto your name comes up it doesn't led to an interesting explanationof : leave Little America between matter whether your travelling by the nature of the incredibly I western Washington from Canada act as Governor in Capitol offices ''be something new under theun -Executive Committee of the
Feb. 4 and 10 lest they be train plane or any other convey- powerful force that binds the nucleus and light :snows were reported in attorneys for both sides completed -: this Summer. The season's
: first
:rushed by a record icepack: ance. of an atom.It the Rocky Mountain region. Light preparations to argue who U showing of California sportswear, Moslem League announced at Karachi -
thickening with the approach of The question of flying came up is a little bit of this force let rain fell along the Georgia and the legal executive. i iI by Designer De De Johnson, Indicated that It not only would con-
:the long Antarctic Winter. when Mr. Truman was asked loose that makes atomic bombs. r Carolina coast but most of the The first case involving Tal- yesterday that milady will tinue to boycott the constituent
Z: The three ships are the Mount about reports that the Secret Serv- He was the wartime chief of I I m a d g e and State Treasurer have the new "long look" even for assembly but demanded dissolu-
Olympus Yancey and Merrick. ice had expressed worry about his Los Alamos who directed the I country reported clear and colder George B, Hamilton is a man; play in the :sun and surf. tion of this Congress Party con-
They:' will be led out by the ice- flying particularly on his projected world-famous staff that made the I weather. damus action seeking: to compel Miss Johnson, who sets the pace trolled Tump" assembly and its
breaker Northwind. and bye & flight next month to Mexico atomic bombs. He reported yester- Residents of Southern Wisconsin I Hamilton to accept funds from for playclothes followed the trend proceedings declared invalid.
met day to the American Physical So rt continued meanwhile. to dig Into Talmadge's revenue commissioner
the icepack
through
City.Mr. l I for lower' skirts shaped waistlines Moslem Leaguers In New Delhi
by another icebreaker the Burton. Truman said he will makeno ciety. i snowdrifts In an attempt to restore -Charles D. Redwine. It is set for I
;
and longer Jackets Introduced bv predicted the next step wouldbe
normal to the area.
Coast. in his flight to Mexico activity in Fulton courtin
from the West stops Thursday Superior
route
lea Mesons are particles that appear I New York and Paris designers last a demand that a separate
A few street cars went into servicein
will return to City for a three-day visit but will Atlanta.
The Icebreakers _
only in the air. They are .r, crippled Milwaukee and normal I year constituent assembly for provinces -
nettle America to bring out about stop at Waco Tex. on the return about 200 times heavier than deliveries of fresh milk meat and j i The suit seeking: a declaratory with Moslem majorities be
March 1 the 190 men left here trip to receive degree from Bay- electrons,. which are the unit r vegetables were to be restoredover judgement as to whether Tal Churchill Foe Dies organized move sure to be resisted -
with
!if one of the six planes lor University. is legal 'I the
of electricity. madge Thompson by
negative Congress
charges the weekend. or Party
:;Vhlch-the-expedition explores the DUNDEE Scotland IAP] Edwin
Governor will be heard Fridayin
Unknown area on the other side Not even atom bombs are yet Wisconsin country roads still Scrymgeour, 80. Scottish prohibi- A league source said the British
{ known to create were snowbOund. Mr and Mrs.Harlow Henry Superior Court at MeDononjh. tionist who caused a major political Government "must take speedy
:Of the pole goes down. 30 volunteers Hikes Asked mesons.In .
It will be filed by Attorney -
Pay Block and their 10yearold I
: will stay at Little America Oppenheimer's theory the II General Eugene Cook. sensation by defeating Winston determined action immediately, IT
aU winter. mesons come from cosmic rays daughter were found frozen to Churchill at a parliamentary election it allows a policy of draft to continue -
.: BIchardlC.' and the cosmic rays are heavy, death near Watertown. Wls. I In a third case coming up Fri in 1922, died at his home yes- it cannot prevent blood-
S.> Rear Adm. ByrdvrW positive unit charges of electricityknown ,day the Henry County Court will terday. shed.
5 remain at the Little Amer- For ServicemenWASHINGTON Protons I ar,
as protons. are
Marshall Plans
to overall eom-
lea basecamp
considered to be solid particles,
;: mand of shore operations. much smaller than atoms. There's Pleasure Ahead For You When You Attend

; Byrd is anxious to explore the [AP Sen. Coming into the earth's atmo- Moscow Trip
territory beyond the pole. He believes Sparkman ID-Ala.], has intro- sphere from space these heavy
: that it may contain richmtneral duced legislation to provide for protons hit nuclei of atoms comPOSing I 1 --- --
: and that there the air. When hit, With 100 Aids !
deposits automatic pay Increases for enlisted they ..
:'possibly may be a warm volcanic men based on length of they ought to carom This carom- ( ",)t"" ? E
:region in the midst. of the coldest service in the Army, Navy and ing, like billiard balls is a proven WASHINGTON [lAP Secretary Av!: : CRUSADE
I
fact of all known nature to date. I 1
area on earth.ITruman Marines. HE LEAPED TO DEATH HIT II of State Marshall told the Russian -
The but would give every enlisted Atoms carom when they hit each WOMAN LV STREET: David H.I I Foreign Office last night he
Cool man an Increase of five per other and so also do the small I Gordon Jr., t above, formerly of probably will take an official del- bi q,1I
cent of the base pay: for his grade particles responsible for atom Charlotte N. C. Atlanta Ga. and egation of 100 including clerks as i
for each three years of service up bombs. I I Miami. Fla.. leaped 1.000 feet to 'well as advisers. to the Moscow
To Three to a maximum of 30 years. But said Dr. Oppenheimer it his death from the 86th floor of I conference of foreign ministers \
Big i Other Senate bills include: can be conceived that the pro- New York's Empire State building March 10. I i FOR CHRIST

Pepper [D.-Fla. to provide ton cosmic rays hit and go on and struck Mrs. Frances Cooverof I The State Department also informed I .
Parley Plans medical care and treatment for past an air nucleus just as if Ames, Ia., who was walking the Soviet Foreign Office
dependents of veterans at any nothing had happened.In along 34th St. She was seriously that 73 U. S. correspondents, pho- I I II
; WASHINGTON [AP] President hospital operated by or available that case it can be shown injured. tographers and broadcasters have Non-Sectarian
Truman yesterday ruled out the to the Veterans' Administrationat mathematically that such a queer applied for visas to attend. Sergeant Shaw Stanley DeWare
:possibility of a meeting with So- a reasonable cost; another to hit would produce mesons. Blazing Heat Found The Russians cite tight housing
viet Prime Minister Stalin and provide that the pension of a I Actually he said there is reason conditions in Moscow and say .
V British Prime Minister Attlee un- widow of a war veteran shall con- to believe that some of these : In Frigid Stratosphere they have only limited accommo- Memorial Jr. School
leas they are willing to come toWashington. tinue when she remarries if she strange non-caroming collisions I dations for all the U. S.. British High
still is dependent. I produce thousands of mesons. WASHINGTON [TAP Layers of and French officials and corre-
heat have been found in
would be pleased to blazing spondents.
MeCarran [D.-Nev.] to authorIze the frigid upper atmosphere, scientists i
.|sees meet no them need here to any leave time the but U. he S. transfer to the States and I Royalty Ship I announced last night. COME AND JOIN THIS CRUSADE IN HONOR OF THOSE WHO GAVE.THEIR

;for such a conference, and., Infact political cost, the Government's subdivisions,. without interest I I that Up above to now seven it had miles been, the assumed tempe- I AUTO SEAT COVERSComplete ALL TO PRESERVE OUR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM -
need for Big Three
sees no a
I meeting. la war-constructed recreationand rature remained constant at 67 Stock SUBJECTS: Sunday, Feb. 2nd "More Powerful Than the Atomic_ Bomb.. '
educational buildings erected degrees below zero Fahrenreit. We Install Them !
In thl. he appeared to take Dodges MineLONDON But thermometers in rockets Monday, Feb. 3rd "H. the Wonderful Christ-
I: a position in conflict with the war to workers.accommodate an influx of have disclosed a torrid zone with ED MAYO Tuesday Feb. 4th "The Greatest Hour In Human History.!! -

reported views of Stalin, who heat of 170 degrees between the Services Held 7:30 Each .
at Evening. -
I'i 101 N. Main Tel. 9782 I ---: ;::: : : :.
: was quoted by Elliott RooseveltIn Johnston [D.-S.C.-To reduce [UP] British battle- :30 and 40-mlle mark. :

I( Look magazine at Baying he from 65 to 60 years the eligibility ship Vanguard was warned away: .

i t thought there should be not age for old age or survivor bene- from a drifting mine in the Eng- .. ,
one several Big Three meetIngs fit payments under the Social Se-
I' lish Channel yesterday as it departed -
l''' and that "they would serve curity Act.GOP .
." with King George VI And ,
useful
: a very purpose.I
= the royal family, who are en
I: Mr. Truman's top flight advisers To Pick Up route to South Africa for a three- .
\ on Russian affairs say: prtJvately month tour.A -
the Russians would like President Term high priority: operational mes- ,
:further Big Three sessions to seek sage flashed from the Admiraltyto
{;concessions: from the U. S. and Fight Tomorrow the home fleet reported the I COO AU.
'that the U. S. has no concessions mine was drifting toward the ;
1 to make now WASHINGTON [UP1 Republicans course of the Vanguard, which
I who didn't like it becaausethe I I sailed on the Portsmouth tide in U9 _
late President Roosevelt serv- !i I thick mist. 1'ki
!;! a gray I
|French, Troops ed more than two terms, will starta I I Escort ships of the home fleet "
drive tomorrow to see to it that I I Immediately were detached to I
II[Fighting To Save 1 no other'President ever does. search and the mine finally was .. i :
a Democrats led by House minor- pin-pointed off Durlstone Head .' --
ity whip John W.McCormack CD.- less than two miles from the Van- ..
Beleaguered Base/ Mass.] will 'oppose the GOP efforts guard. .. .. -
f.
f HONG KONG UPI Viet-Nam to limit Presidential tenure. The Vanguard will arrive in ; J a.tA =.:
radio voice' of the Indo-China Chairman Springer IR.-Ind.l] of Capetown Feb. 17. The royal .
Rebels yesterday said French 1 a House Judiciary subcommitteesaid family then will start a crowded .
troops In Laos ProVinee were I I hearing will start tomorrowon 65-day tour covering almostevel'J' .: -:;
proposals to amend the tenure
making a "tremendous effortto I part of Southern Africa.It ; :
provisions of Constitution.One .
relieve a beleaguered garrison at would limit a President to Is the first time that a ruling
;Hue: midway between Hanoi and
two four-year terms another to I monarch ever has visited South
:Saigon.J one six-year term.If Africa and the first time that
J i, The broadcast said Viet-Nam either proposal is approved : either of the princesses has left : :

{troops "tightly surrounded" the by a two-thirds vote- of Congress, the United KIngdom.Maryland .
:garrison I, it would then go to the States for
S' It also reported fierce fighting ratification or rejection. .
!InSUujtlan: City. 40 miles north of Virginia .
Rue.: :and said Viet-Nam forces in I New Orleans Teachers '.i
for Years
Wrangle
Z
jWjtho Province of Cochin-China
{:Started an attack Jan. 22 am- Favor $1,000 Pay Hike t--v: ,

2 bushing a French convoy of three : NEW ORLEANS (UP! A $1.000 Over Oysters! '
Jkrmored cars and four trucks WASHINGTON [UP] It all .a "-; .
t I I year raise for some 1,800 publicschool t" .
:
teachers New Orleans is started back in the Colonial days .'""" a.
i eli favored by the Classroom Teach- I when Maryland and Vriginia were
Harrison Grocery ers' Federation it was revealed part of the royal domain beyond '" :' :
: 20 YEARS SAME LOCATION. yesterday. the seas. They have been snip- : r' I 4L. .gv4 flt HOJjFloridians : :
Ing at each other-literally, on
S THERE MUST BE A REASON. The group will summon a mass occasion-ever since. t
: Phone 8631 meeting following Mardi Gras to Over _
oysters 1
: 2211 Edgewater Dr. determine methods of raising the
I A royal grant gave Maryland
: COLLEGE PARK necessary money "to meet the trials Jurisdiction over the Potomac Riv-

:... ..' in public education. er dividing the two colonies. Vir- .: :: ,,!'
ginia didn't like this arrange- '
ment, and later the two States set- .. ,

: tled disputes that arose out of it '-.... ...
by agreeing to share the fishingand 'II '-
: oyster rights in the river. :;. .
I George Washington helped write 4. : -. -
:. E PACEc their compact of 1785.
:
j jI He added and at the time

seemingly Innocent clause provided -
: PROGRESSk that each State would try
I i: its own citizens for offenses violating .,
ZZ the compact.As .

i the .ear.wore on, Virginians T
became convinced that poaching
:. Marylanders were getting off easy
in the Maryland courts. Maryland
a'I'I citizens were equally convinced .
:' that Virginia law-breakers on the
:. river were getting less than their
With almost methodical regularity we hear just due in the Virginia courts.

or read of startling new discoveries in medi- s Of late, Marylanders have been
claiming that Virginians slip out
cine. The pace of progress in research has at night in small boats illegally

been greatly accelerated.Hundreds of trainedpeople dredge up bushels of oysters and
then scoot for home. Even if they
are devoting their lives to organized are caught and turned over to the .
Virginia courts the Marylanders IT'S TIME FOR A ,.
research where there was but one a few years seldom
say they are punished. 'rl
, ago.As soon as the value of a new drug has So the Maryland Legislature l IJ
started out to pass a bill to nullI- ':. .
: been established, it is made available to the medical pro fy the long-standing agreementwith

f'' fession. A chronic condition from which you have been Virginia and permit Virginia
poachers to be tried in Maryland
i t suffering may yield to a new treatment today. It is wiser courts.

: than ever before to see your physician regularly once or Virginia's Gov.Tuck viewed thatas 22% .fkacA
Ie unilateral amendment of a bilateral COOLER
I twice a' year. We take pride in maintaining complete compact. And he has notified w J
Maryland's Gov. Lane that
stocks of the newer medicinal agents, ready to serve you
Virginia woUld not recognize sucha

, Ii! on the order of your physician.Angebilt law.There the matter stands-exeept and resorters will welcome the "open window" comfort of these ....

that Cmdr. A. S. Creithton
of the Maryland river patrol .
.
I 11 11i.! two fleet of disclosed his craft have yesterday fired warning that long-wearing Palm Beach Suits with the Angora Mohair base, one of th9.:" = : \

i.it shots at poacher craft manned _
by Virginians. r

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1t'if Orlando, Florida, February 2, 1947 tTtit{ # 'nnbaJ tnttnd-Botttr Page 3 !f

Truman Takes 'Gordon String 1- I

Russia will start Feb. 17. ]] "representative American music Elite Guard Escape Foiled

Neutral Stand Quartet Opens U.S. Broadcasts 1 The broadcasts will emphasize '' both classical and popular, discus- FRANKFURT (AP] The U. 3.

"factual, unbiased news of the 'I'I sions, interviews and other features i Army announced yesterday .an
To Russia Set s.s. [Elite Guard) prisoner of war .
On Pet Cats Benefit SeriesThe world and news of the United :I designed to present an accurate ; was killed and seven others recaptured L

the'announcement said. \ and objective picture of U S
WASHINGTON [API The State States I I almost immediately following -
WASHINGTON [APJ President Symphony Society of Cen- ]Department announced last night The daily one-hour program life in all of its cultural scientific escape attempt at the Da
Truman assured the nation's cat tral Florida resumed its musical j its daily shortwave broadcasts to seven days a week also will include and sociological aspects." chau Internment CampFEBRUARY ,
lovers yesterday that he is not activities last night at the Winter -

against cats-at least the four- ,. 1' e Park High School auditorium for I ..
legged variety. 1l the first time since 1942 with a I
A reporter jokingly informed the brilliant concert by the Gordon

President that the Chief Execu- String Quartet, one of America'stop I I
tive was in trouble with cat lovers chamber music ensembles .
because they thought he had cast 1 { + playing the first of a series of

,aspersions on them at a recent ., ..
three benefit performances.The ..,.J"\ >& \
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National Press Club dinner. sfl, quartet under the directionof ", ? "" ";__ ,, ..or/ ..
tiI. The President was reminded its founder and first violin, i >>. ... ."'." -
that he had told the club that f! '
Jacques Gordon who is likewise I. ., IJ !> ... _---
the madeto .
among many suggestions >
him was one calling for proclamation the director of the Eastman 'w, .:
School of Music in Rochester,
of National Cat Week.
Mr. Truman said that speechwas provided a distinguished evening
supposed to have been off of instrumental beauty, Gordon

the record and anyway bethought himself: using his new $50,000

some of the requestsfor "Lord Amherst" Stradivarius 'h'H
proclamations were funny. which he purchased from Fritz '

Then taking a firm position, \ Kreisler '
the President said with an air of The group opened with Luigi e
finality that he is not against cats WINTER-AND' PLENTY OF IT-ENGULFS CHICAGO! ABOVEPat Bocchenni's Quartet in a Major. :

that he is neutral on cats. Wescott Mundelein College junior, marvels at Mother Nature's. Opus 33, No. 6, a charming and
There are certain sorts of cats tricks with ice-encrusted trees along Lake.Michigan shoreline. delightful work in the Haydn and I -

he's against, he said but they I Mozart manner_ more'imaginative L. AXMINSTER RUGS
have two legs. A woman reporter .and colorful than many of the : ., e

suggested that they are not all drawing room"
18th
Bilbo century
feminine.No, the President agreed Quits Infirmary fascinating in its magical
pieces
. only a small part of them., --I I: involved ,
Somebody Quipped he mightproc'tinr I pattern of melody and r). t" .
I -- .
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a Tom Cat Week but Mr. i harmonic elegances. \. 9x12 Ft. 9 5
for Senate Boecherinl Is seldom done in ." i "
line.Truman said he was drawing no 'Ready FightNEW Florida chamber music recitals, ;t '" ; <

and the Gordon String Quartet fu\' I Ii" _.. < -
DEAFENED NOW HEAR left the impression with its me- IJ \"..... I .
ORLEANS [UP] "I will go back and fight till .., -. -- .. .
WITH TINY SINGLE UNIT dium-sized but enthusiastic audience /. ;,' 0
hell freezes over-then skate like hell on ice, was Sen. ,. -
'!
,
.
that the Italian composer --- : ,
Science has now ,made it possiblefor Bilbo's reply yesterday to the "bunch of damned lies" would stand more ,frequent I ......
the deafened to hear faint that he would his fight for seat the U. S. Sen- ;. N---r.-.tTj. :
sounds. It is a hearing device so give up a in hearing.High I I ,
.
small that It fits in the hand and a t e, point of the evening was ;: r 't. .-- I' __

enables thousands to enjoy sermons Mississippi's fiery Senior Demo- I Franz Schubert's Quartet in D" : ) '?"' <: i I In the smartest homes Harmony House color
music and friendly compan- cratic Senator who was discharged him Minor "Death and the Maiden ..... .
grafted to give a new jawbone I .. I II; has the floor. 109rc wool yarns are woven
ionship. Accepted by the Councilon and $
lovely
with its supremely
Physical Medicine of the Amer- from Touro Infirmary yester- structure. I marvelously contrived weaving of ";f 7 Iii ""- into Beautiful texture designs; floral prints

ican Medical Assn. This device day following a cancer of the "The Man" was in rood spirits I emotions and tones, and almost ) 1' I ; ."" "':'' ii' ::1 bring Spring into your home from now

does not require separate battery mouth operation, wanted it known as he pronounced himself startling final Presto movement. c' $'a,:. through to come. Choose now from
11 r.-\\ l years
i'
pack battery wire.. case or gar "free of all cancerous growth. "' I
that "Tm going back to the Sen- Here the first violin and the other 6 : : I1 -
'I. + .
ment to bulge or weigh you down. ; ( .{, these better-quality rugs at pre-war prices.Color
The tone is clear and powerful. ate 'and demand my job that I He smilingly added "If I die, members of the group Urico I ) '" i(1(WI--:: I Il -' combinations to blend with your
my spirit will back and han't Rossi second violin. David Daw- I -; a
go
So made that you can adjust it and the people of Mississippi are I .,_. .1p1li '--- 0 ,
"
t decorative scheme.
yourself to suit. your ,hearing as entitled to.Furthermore." the? hell out of 'em [his 'enemies'in son viola and Fritz Magg, cello II --=::::-... (: + ... Jr.' ..... .
Washington, especially: Glen 'had their shining opportunities l
'your hearing changes. The makers
he said If the Taylor of Idaho"Bilbo ;,and made the molt of them, as I ,
of Beltone. Dept. 1135. 1450 W. ;
19th St, Chicago 8. HI. are so Senate should deny him a seat he reiterated his belief that the burden of the themes was ... ; .. AXMINSTER THROW

proud of their achievement that would become interim Senator and the Senate would "not turn me I passed from instrument to instrument I ,,, 3"W. '1R- -_ "::>":. ,t. .
they will gladly send free deacrip- then a candidate for reelectionin down." He didn't believe, he said. and then all coordinated in "- "' -..' ,,, -b- #.:-'5' :'Mo : r >O-,
; : RUGS
,1
tive booklet and explain how you the November election. that "the Democrats and Republicans -II sweeping, whirling tornadoes. of I i ",, St ""'a.

may get a full demonstration of Bilbo left for his Poplarville. would let Communists and contrapuntal rapture. 1 -.t..1j: .!Y 4 f- -. ..., ::;... _
this remarkable hearing device in Miss. "Dream House" where he all-out Negro groups theAmerican s :;" : .. _
tot tearing, soul- ,.. ; 6 95e
I It was searing :;.;. t:
.... .
your own home without risking at t will await still a second operation I Senate what do music that Gor- ..,.. w ...-:- .;: .F .... --= 30 X 60
stirring '
proving 0'1.
penny. Write Beltone today.-Adv. when a piece of hip bone will be Bilbo looked forward to the publication i" : -"" :-,... Y"UiIo': "' .). :'
of his first book. Take don has been most successful in j 1 1I' '!. ... .. .- i'L!'
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Your Choice-Separation Mon- V his latest combination of players : '
or I'
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.w N in the matters of individual virtuosity ..: < y fr.i'fJ _, ..2 w-. 24 X 48
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"It should have been written on :nette at the Orlando Army -- c "! ::::., ..41t--: '
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Base during the war. I .. 10'ol' : ; .
that hot. The final program piece was ;-" < : '--/j ': ,. '"I ,:oo.. >,J"i .

Anton Dvoraks Quartet in F I .. ,_":0 .
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Teacher 'Romeo'Released Major, with its lilting; folk mel- .;."'-z-:: ... ...A.--
odies of the Western World, USE ;: : : _

In and known as The American. "' -n J 5 : ; ?'

In it there are themes from : ...
t negro spirituals, songs of the Ste- 'I .. -- f. I t
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phen Foster period even a -, .. i.i"f '.. .<"!1 -" ..-
hint of "mountain music" and $f : : -
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Trufant 32. Maine teacher the on his American .
composer EASY PAYMENT \ :4 ; .: ;
who eloped with one of his pupils [ & G

} yesterday, was released on $1.000 I visitThis was played with vitality, PLAN ON '._.. .

bond furnished by his mother, grace and a moving quality that .,.. f .. :=t:.._ .
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showed the musicians were sin- .. Y' ,
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Mabel of '
Mrs. Trufant Oberlin. PURCHASESOF .
cerely aware of the hopes and aspirations ... -. A
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4, of a great people as expressed ....'''''L- .: --.: ... .. 5iII
SERVICE Mann 1 10.00 OR <. :s b. k.- : -
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and the girl Eleanor .. .
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encore the Quartet offered ;;: -" ::- ...
Louise white. 17. concord. N. Ivy the amusing and ingenious mod- MORE -
taken in custody here on a
were of with
ern Polka Shostakovich
complaint charging Trufant via
TO THE its surprising dissonances and
lated the federal law by transporting -
__ the girl to Arkansas from' other sprightly innovations, and ... .
also the familiar and purely r A t
Readfield. Me.Trnfant .
I classic Haydn "Serenade '= ,ur
was an Instructor at 'I The Symphony Society will pre- : Custom MadeVenetian .
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DEAFENEDE. Kent Hill Seminary. The two sent the sensational duo-piano ::1 ., : b .

eloped Thanksgiving Day and team. Mario Braggiotti and Jack ;W fii .
l were married at Arlington Va. I,I Chaikin in the second benefit con- Blinds .
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Charles D. Rash. He admitted he
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was 16 when he married her and
Helping/ Hundredsto i vast numbers of became the step-father of her two ;: ; 1 rt( of? -, r'f...:'" oJ

* Regain Their t :: people including many children. 10 and 9 years of age. ifli. ,
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;:: SCIENCE and HEALTH three times with a paring knife ; !& ,. L .f

THE AMAZING NEW while he was asleep.A .
:: with JCey to the Scripture i few hours after be left the J" .. ;

: Ij Mary Baler Eddy Si hospital where he had been \ T.. .i' 1

BELTONE i fully explains the prayer i iI stabbing recuperating since from Jan.the IS,alleged Rash ; :: J.. gt\\: d 4

the manner of thinking a filed suit for divorce i 10..1 .. .

Beautiful Single Tiny MONO-PAC which produces these results Mrs. Rash said she was sur- ; <' "'\ I '1., The Ideal fabric for draperies Curtains
f Chenille Spread Priscilla
heals the sick prised to learn Charles was so spreads luncheon sets. Good
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supplies young. When she married him In /"/ A I:" looking! Long-wearing! Bright,

the needy,binds"up Valparaiso, Ind. Dec U, 1945. she i.f".6. .J5 4 "t' gay colorful basket weave. Single or 95 43x90 3 59i.
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Is Scientifically Fitted to Correct I the brokenhearted,'" releases I thought he was 23. the age of his I \i..: '... Multi-colored with predominant Double.
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drivers' license, r- or
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men and women, value is priced reasonably so Pastel with aO-wrer pattern; AU white MarqaisrUc ewtal with
Your Individual Police said Mrs. Rash had com- L-- .ins'
Hearing DeficiencyOne deep raffles sad tie barks Afeminine
whatever theirpresent position that you can bay yards and whit wit pastel designs. These
plained about her marital trou- accent for milady'*
yards of it for all your need. classic bedspreads give your bedrooms room A breaUi of Spring in wr
into usefulness bles with Rash, which to
1 greater came a the final tooth of 110""' borne
climax Jan 13, when he told her .. .
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devised A product of the latest advances of science tion.The woman." away : ; -- :: rt' r- ;

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ORLANDO."PLA.a Bonus Frowned OnI SEAMEN Reader Hails AFL Bid to CIO/ ,

Published weekly. Nsw Year's Day Tonrth of .l u1y. Labor

Day[Orlando Thankinvmg Daily Newspapers.Dar and lno.1 Christmas at 238 by South Sentinel-Star Orange Ave Co., DREW PEARSON :- ti::: By JOHN BRANSCOMB Sees Labor on 'American Plan'Editor

Or1aDd Entered .11.*.MCOOAI-e1au matter- at the Port Offlc at WASHINGTON-The Idea of a soldiers bonus Standing room only. Believe it or not. that's lasts more than 24 hours. No physician is ever

Orlando. Florida under the. Act of March 3d. 1879. for World War II veterans received a most emphatic the condition that obtains la Orlando churches. called. It always proves fatal in the end-to the The Sunday Sentinel-Star:

4181 cold shoulder from Pres.: Truman when elevator recently. I had a soul. It is contagious. The attack buried
: TELEPHONE- All Department Riding in a crowded comes on suddenly I see where the AFL has
Subscription Price. Sunday Only 83.20 Per Tr. Lloyd P. Oleson, national commander of the Dis- young lady-to greet me saying "I tried to get In every Sunday: no symptoms are felt on Saturdayyour the hatchet and extended the

Diticroe. abled American Veterans. discussed It with him the last Sunday but the crowd already night and the patient awakes as usual, feeling'had '
tturiH: ; ANMUIN FIIILISMU Hmiv EALCN.EMTOIIAI church hand to the CIO in order to pave
J ... CAWTIIOM Got M... MAHCO. T. UWIIMCI, A.". D.... other day. The President's remarks could be codified overflowed the building" fine; eats a hearty breakfast. About 9 o'clock the united labor front.
the a
C, )W. Lwrrr. I.L Mea. loaoT F. W* :r... CLASs M... in four letters: V-E-T-O. Before I could get too conceited about her reattack comes on and lasts until around noon. The way for

Lows AMMMW M.uusnis E*. NOK I.T CINIONNI, Sic. TtiAt. *T think that our war veterans mark, she added that it was necessary for her togo patient is able to go to work Monday as usual. I It's perhaps one of the best ges- '

should receive, all the help we to three other churches before she was able to Some folks have an aversion to going to church. ;. tures labor has made in many a 'sr"__ ,

Member of The afoclate4 PressT can give them within reason, particularly ', find a little spot where she could stand during the Thy offer such excuses as the unfriendliness of ; day and came about only after
is exclusively] '
titled. Associated to the use Press for re-publication of all the disabled veterans. I service. Did you know that church-going in the the people work so hard during the week that rest: Phil Murray kicked out the "Com _ _ iii

DSWI dispatches accredited to U or not declared Truman. "However City Beautiful had reached such a state? on Sunday is essential, and some in Orlando even mies" in the CIO At least it makes_.. Tone
otherwise accredited in this paper and e have no patience with these isn't that A offer the remarkable that feel is '
also the local news published herein Unfortunately it way everywhere. excuse they It feel that the labor movement"I
All. rights for re-pubbcaUon of special Treasury-raiding schemes"or with preacher was boasting in the Amen Corner about their duty to absent themselves from church so as.. in this country is to be put on the I uation once we catered to the
dispatches'herein are also reserved. those who sponsor them. his good attendance when another parson challento provide room for the Winter visitors. neurotics from the North, for we
American clan. There is no reason I
made it clear that hisOrgan1za.t1on.
PAGE 4 FEBRUARY 2. 1847 Oleson ged him "What do you mean by good attendBut the excuse that floored me was this. one. I that these-two great organizations had a haven of rest for the brain-
the Disabled American
ance?" A fellow was being urged by a preacher to come can't lie In the same bed for the weary But no more It is so terrible -

TODAY'S THOUGHTSAnd Veterans wouldn't fall into HWe have a well-filled auditorium in the momto church Whereupon he said, "I'm not coming. good of all of us give managementhalf I that it is affecting our most

Jesus came and spake unto them. saying. the latter category. ing." he replied "and the church is comfortably The first time I went a preacher poured water a chance and labor the other.. sacred institutions A few weeks

and Inea.rthMatthew "You need have no fears that filled at night" When he was pressed to interpret on me. The second time I went the folks threw half and things should right them- since. one of our ministers stopped
heaven
All power 1 is given unto Me In the DAV will Join in any Treasury while a train went
what he meant by comfortably "filled he sourly rice on me. I'm not coming again." The wise old selves. praying
28:18. raids. Mr. President. he reTruman TOM WESTRING I through. feeling that the Lordcouldn't
answered. "There's room enough for everybody to parson replied. "And I expect the next time you I
"We will never sponsor the bonus. And we hear him while the Devil
plied. lie down on the pews." come they will throw dirt in face." I Relief'
your
Pine Castle/ Wants
the rails. Anotherone
have enough to do trying to take care of the rehabilitation was passing on
The world's a stage where God's omnipotence. needs of our1 disabled members with, Speaking truthfully not even church-going A lot of folk are terribly anxious about the From Train Whistle Tooting, put horns on his car and went

His Justice knowledge love and providence out bothering about these general handout prop- Orlando affords overflow congregations at night. spiritual status of the American people. and fear Sentinel-Star about town\ making funny noises.
The Sunday
One minister, in describing the size of the congrefor of the church. Editor. It is the
the future Two help. to
Guillaume Du Bartas. I prominent professional We want your up
Do: act the parts.- ositions. The latest statistics released by
gations in his church. church is
said "My
"I'm glad to never men prepared for their weekly fishing Fourth Estate We can do noth-
fine. said Truman. that
"Well that's I I Prof. Robert Prapson, says
quite full in the morning and never quite empty trip on a bright Sunday morning As they drove in Pine Castle has In- ]i ing here. We have only the Cham
it.
hear
The East Coast Organizes; "However we do think certain inequalities between at night" An honest soul to say the least. to their favorite lake the topic of their conversation I I' creased insanity from 50 per cent of the i r ber of Commerce and its lass few
: It Is- said that In the days of the famous turned Communism. meetings have shown that it is
World War I and II veterans should be done to They agreed that it population to 87 1-2 per cent, all
Why Not a Central Florida CofC? away with." Baptist preacher, Charles Spnrgeon, such crowcbas threatening the freedom of the world As they the result of extreme and unnecessary not the 12 1-2 per cent that be-

waited on his ministry that often there were sat on the boat scat fishing. between catches \ long.
IS FLATTERING indeed to Central Truman agreed. "A man who fought in one they whistling of ACL engineers
IT war," he observed, "is just as good as a veteran more people on the outside than on the inside. discussed the grave danger of the churches in the Some believe it Is the result of insomnia I I We have thought that if you

Florida that the fabulous Gold Coast of of another." A Baptist preacher. close friend of mine and country. One of them actually feared that Com caused by night trains, could enlist the services of brainy

the State finds it necessary ,to do some- "Yes. the bullets were Just as tough." replied somewhat of a war, said to me when I reminded munism was going to close the doors of our while the more scientific believeit I i men. like our Claude or Cracker

who wounded four times and him of Spurt eon's great crowds, "Well, it's like churches. In the late afternoon as they parted, one to be more subtle and direct Jim to enveigh against the Whist-

thing about the inroads we are making the DAV leader for two was with a broken back that at my church every time I preach. There said to the other, 111 meet you next Sunday morning that in some way the insane virus, : lers, something might be accom-
hospitalized years
into the lower East Coast's tourist busi- was are far more folks on the outside than on the and we will go back to the same old lake and from the crazy engineers is communicated I pUshed.

In Tunisia. then chatted with Oleson and inside." And I knew what he meant. pull 'em in." The sinners) Talking about Communism directly to the victim 1 I Hopefully.
The President 'I I Dementia Praecox
I! It is a terrible and alarming slt-
ness.The closing churches when they were a far greater
another DAV official who accompaniedhim.
Assn. wants John Feller. .
East Coast Highway '' \
about the relative efficiency of artillery In The Winter visitors who overflow our lovely threat to the churches than any 'isms The surest

$100,000 for use in recapturing tourist business World Wars I and H."I city every Winter are amazed at the way people way to close churches Is to stay away from them SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON

from Central Florida. go to church here. Hundreds of them have asked .
was an artillery officer In the first war," me for an explanation of it, saying that there's On the cornerstone of an old church in England

Charges are that Central Florida is diverting said Truman "and saw action In three cam- nothing to compare with it where the live. I ala great tribute is paid to a man in these words Dr. Gilroy// Stresses Jesus'Deep .

Miami-bound traffic, literally stealing paigns. But my outfit was able to get off only "In 1623 this church was gathered together by a .

Central Florida.A 14,000 rounds of ammunition." man who did the best things In the worst times
customers. Naughty for
:. and hoped them in the most calamitous." There's Sympathy SufferingScripture
Central "I was a tank captain. said Oleson. neglecting -
man, presumably hired by to add that he had four tanks shot out from under : the spirit that has perpetuated the church and kept

Florida, is supposed to be posted up around I him in Africa. -i spiritual values alive in the world. And there are i >: John 4:46-51; 5:2-9: 11:11.13

yulee; and it is said that this wicked char- "Yes. I know a little about you." grinned Tru ( S men and women of our times who give their time, i (y WILLIAM E. GILROY D. D.

man. "I remember when you were awarded the S talent and things to the church in good times and Those whom the world counts ,great conquerors

icter tells motorists "Miami is full-go to Distinguished Service Cross. It was in February,I bad in fair weather and foUl Summer and Winter rulers adventurers-have for the most part disregarded

Ocala, Orlando, Leesburg or Lakeland." 1043. Bob Patterson then Undersecretary of War, in season and out. human life. They have cared little who, or how many, suffered -

This man we want to meet. He sounds likea personally gave it to you." ; In my early days in Orlando back in the first and died that they might realize their "ambitions.

salesman. "That's right," replied the slightly flabber- a.t 'e part of the 30s, there was a man who touched my shambles
super the world has been turned into a
All of this business sounds rather child- gasted DAV boss. "Say, you've got some memory!1" I _,.,.,._ S. life by the name of H H. Dickson. Orlando has' Again and again tJI
never had a finer churchman than he. And he did nf destruction___nn and terror as some'
ish and foolish doesn't it? But it isn't childish I 1--
Mending Political Fences: Dr. N. D. S the best things in the worst times too. For those ruthless conqueror has swept all of innocent American children?
or foolish to the East Coast people who Cheron13.1' were depression days. I Can we hope for any real peaceIn
Greek-American scientist
famous in his path.
L until tbe ruthlessness -
about loss of business. A the world
ire worrying ting with Sen. Claude Pepper of Florida the I But "Azalea Hal. as he was known by his In contrast Jesus of Nazareth that destroys even a single "I

4100,000- fund is a sizable publicity fund and other night. Cheronis is the man who discovered -fc W Intimates began a campaign to make Orlando stands as the representative and innocent child is as revolting to

Certain to have some effect on the tourist a chemical substance to prevent the deteriorationof ways modestly declare that it couldn't be the brand the City Beautiful. He went from house to house ,' giver of life. healing men's bodies the conscience of mankind as is

in'arket.a clothing and other Army material in the South .... of preaching. Perhaps the explanation will be urging people to plant azaleas. lie gave plants seeking to save their souls any form of mass destruction?

Pacific and Pepper quizzed him at length about found in the fact that our tourists who come to away. lie begged, implored, encouraged and bringing not only life but the Joy Jesus saw things for what., they

\\ S THE EAST COAST worriers say, Central his famous discovery to eliminate deterioration. Orlando are church-minded and fill our churches urged. Twenty yean ago you could count the of more abundant life. were inherently and not according -

"That's all very well. doctor" concluded Pepper to the overflow point. And there's something to number of azalea plants in our city by the scores. the to size or number
seeking
.L-1. Florida benefitted when war-time : Like the shepherd tend to measure
"but what I want to know is have you discovered that. We do get a right remarkable type of tourist Today they number In the hundreds of thousands hundredth lost sheep though the In general. we
forced Miami hotel out disaster according to the numberof
necessity many a anything to prevent political fences from here. a veritable profusion of splendor and I 99 are safe In the fold. Jesus its victims But the violent

if-business because their houses were oc- deteriorating?" But before we become too satisfied with ourbeauty.. Right now the whole city is aflame with has been concerned with the death of a single person brings as

> eupjed by service men. Many who wanted I I selves, I hasten to say tttat there are a few of our floral pulchritude. I lowliest. acute a suffering as there can, be

Florida vacations came to Central Florida. The Second Andy Mellon: The men who run people that don't get to church every Sunday. Of Hal Dickson loved flowers. the church, his home, That parable of the 90-and- to some family circle, in spite of

,Once here they liked it so, well that they Wall Street are rubbing their hands in glee these I course they attend regularly every, Easter, but good business and goo4 people. This afternoon a nine illustrates most forcibly the I the fact that the name may appear -

,ftrereturning. days. They feel that the good old days have really I during the rest of the year lots of them suffer group of friends and neighbors will gather in a I life-saving attitude of Jesus. only in a long list of casual-

There thousands and thousands of come back-now that John Snyder is Secretary of from "Morbus Sabbaticus," if you are not a conpark which is named, for him out E. Washington I have been surprised that In tie*.

are, the Treasury.' In fact. It looks as if Snyder may I noisseur of language, that Is a high alutlng phrase, way to have a lovely memorial, service, honoring the discussions concerning the Jesus was above all else a Sav
the
1 Northerners who want a Winter rest in lour from sin and a giver of spir-
to be the greatest friend of the bankers meaning Sunday Sickness. Its a disease peculiar dropping of the atomic bombs on
prove the memory of this man who lived in our community of
than healer
unshine and who are not interested in to certain church members. Japanese cities no one so far as it-life, rather a
since Andy Mellon.To and when he went away, left flower gardens -I of
kffli bodies and a restorer physicali
orse racing, gambling, girlie-girlie shows Wall Street, the most Important thing at A man who frequently sits in the Amen Corner strong churches, and a wonderful influence I I know has referred to the I I ,
I tag of little children in the Amer- i
riight clubs and other typical East Coast the Treasury is the Interest rate on Government was describing: some of the symptoms to
us reworking in the lives of his people. God give us some ican Northwest by "toys" carried If he had been primarily a
entertainment.They bonds which both Henry; Morgenthau and Fred I cently He stated that Morbus Sabbaticus never more men like that. across the Pacific by Japanese I I healer and a restorer of life, the

want sunshine, rest some cultural Vinson kept down.Periodically I Ii i balloons. Gospel records would contain

entertainment, churches, golf, fishing, and ; the bankers and the Insurance CRACKER POLITICS The destruction of whole cities, I many more accounts of miraculous

the other decent sort of entertainment that companies visited Morgenthau and Vinson to ask I even those of enemies is horrible healing and restoration.As .
for higher Interest rates but both men had a to contemplate. But those Japanese -I it is. the miracles seem toI

Central Florida offers. standard practice of dealing with them. Shortly Ipatrol clUes were engaged in preparations I be recorded as evidence of theMaster's

We have often thought that Central Flor- after the bankers had departed. Morgenthau and Hires Investigator I I for destroying others deep sympathy for the -

ida misses a bet when it fails to organize a Vinson would call a press conference and Inform And, except In the matter of suffering and of His power to .
\ mass figures. in what respect is help and bless; and, beyond that
sort of Chamber of Commerce for
that the
super newsmen bankers and insurance people 1 !
I ALLEN the mass killing of "innocent"Japanese as symbols of His supreme mission -
the ,entire region, concentrating our publi- had called to ask for a higher interest rate on TALLAHASSEE, MORRIS thorities privately had pledgedthis to be joined there later by his civilians Inherently as the healer of and

city shots in one barrel. Government bonds. Both Secretaries of the Treasury were quick to-Cabinet officers as'- '' act months ago. and that comely wife. Ruth, and their small: I i' worse than the individual killing I the giver of spiritual le.&ou
pooh-pooh
would then add that the Wall Street they may be called upon for a daughters Linda and Susan. The -
Orlando spends thousands to pro- without
annually significance I
the employment repeat performance in the near Home home is in Tallahassee. .
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posals made no sense and that the interest rate 1
attract visitors our town. So do the other of a Sheriff's former Chief I
would remain low. future to "save" the 11.250000 *
Central Florida communities. If this moneywas Deputy as special investigator for State Industrial Commission I There's another fellow- Jobs Profit Trim
young
Now the
that John
has Highway
Snyder become Secretaryof Patrol
in Building. Land for this structure
I
wrapped up one package it ,would
Home Is 38-who Is being talked ,
the Treasury, however that practice has tone Because Sheriffs are making political now Is being condemned. I
be
quite sizable of Our ad-
a
piece change. out the window.. Snyder, afraid of the press faces at H. N. Kirkman, director I about here. He's Al Block of ;

vertising could be larger, more frequent, not only has Issued no such statements but has of the patrol, speculationwas John E. I the Rose Printing Co., and he Just
Home showed\ Floridianshe Seen for SoutheastATLANTA
more effective bring more people to all far I stirred up by the hiring of
gone so as to encourage the bankers and insurance Joe Campbell until met that the sale of school has become president of the Tal-
of Central Florida recently right-
our region.If companies into believing he would grant :
textbooks could be
a professional
hand man of Sheriff Frank Stout- I lahassee Chamber of Commerce.

the East Coast is going to throw them higher Interest. amire 0 f L eon [Tallahassee] service, with the ethics and skill I [Block will be 37 on Feb. 25.1 I [AP] The Federal Reserve Balk of At-
money around in $100,000 chunks to get This in turn. had a bad reaction on Govern-I County. long taken for granted of good yesterday that "if inventories to

tourists away from us, we'd better be ment bonds. For Insurance companies and invest- I Stoutamlre is the immediatepast doctors lawyers and preachers. I, He's rather well known throughout -
other and their resistance to the
thinking about ment houses Immediately began liquidating some president of the Florida Sher- I Textbooks can be purchased by I Florida for among rise consumers increase high

into gathering our ammunition' of their Government bonds in the hope that the I I iffs Assn.. publisher of The Flor- I a State in two ways: either things he has been president of prices of so-called soft goods," 1947 may bring a drop in

one pile so that we will be able to fire Administration would make better paying bonds I ida Sheriff, whose editor Sheriff through school people or directly the State Junior Chamber of I employment and the high profits of industry in the South-
back with heavier caliber shells.A I Commerce and of the Florida .
Rex Sweat of by the politicians. I
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available at an early date. They wanted to have .I Jacksonville currently I .fp .
Brith lodges
Bnai
Central Florida CofC would do the charges Kirkman's outfit Federation of The bank noted "rumors of
plenty of cash around to buy up these new bonds Florida turned some years ago I National Committeeman for
Job. in case the Interest rate went up. i, with,being a free taxi service for to educators for advice, and recI I the and Young Democrats of Florida heav textile inventories and said
Money
politicians I already the chenille manufacturer Bogus
I
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ords of the State textbook purchasing of the tt
member at present
He's
The $300 month a
a Job [plus
board (the Cabinet I a relatively small section -
WASHINGTON Citizens' Committee on
TREADMILL travel expenses which may amountto important textile industry had
show recommendations of the
as much again] of civilian investigator school people have been accepted Education for the State. I reached a near standstill becauseof

I was created, and Camp- whenever books were bought. I But I suspect he treasures the I overproduction. Losses DoubledWASHINGTON

Florida Tariff Talks bell appointed, at Kirkman's behest presidency of the local chamberan
Eyes One out of five Industrial
after the John Home's part-and the
Cabinet was told accolade by the home folks
someone was needed to police the I part, too. of those like him who I I _bore aU hU other civic prizes. workers In the southeast was lAP The pub-
Industry
employed In the textile -
IT FRANK A. KENNEDY patrol. I represent textbook companIesofthe J Kenneth Ballinger, who was lic's losses from counterfeit money
to an inauspicious start before j taking testimony on thousands of in 1946.
bargain: of good faith was [11 'I I
CXir. I Complaints against : 'a cracking good newspaperman than doubledthose
Washington Correspondent the panel if repercussions from items contained in 18 separate patrol- during 1946 more
WASHINGTON-PANELS ARE industry leaders are credited. trade pacts negotiated since 1934 men now are Investigated by presenting his wares: on their before he turned lawyer and join- I The expected peak in the dur- in 1945 the Secret Service
WORKING The. well being and their superior officers. Kirk- merits before sale and. (2J] if successful ed the !Staff of Atty Oen. J Tom able goods Industries such as cars
I when the first with Cuba .
one was disclosed last
continued prosperity of almost Sen. Pepper lone presentation signed. man privately told the Cabinet In selling, doing what he Watson reminded me that Block and household appliances as wellas night.It

err phase of Florida's agricultural of their cause without The pattern of treaties covers these superiors might feel a could afterward to assure competent already has a lot of monuments the predicted expansion of i was the first year-to-year Increase -
and Industrial prior conference with the Industry subordinate's faults use of the texts. work productionwill in several yean The 1948
enterprises virtually the whole field of world I could reflect to his community heavy capital-goods
currently are being determined' leaders brought sharp trade all the signatories being on them, so they would be I Point 2 means he would travel I I not affect the Southeast 'a I loss was $47,129. sharply up from
for the next decade by five panelsof criticism according te word received best inclined to hold the patrolman the State to call on principals The Tallahassee administration much as other sections comparedwith
this country's pre-war cus- I i I bu 118.135 trifling
In Florida Congressional i building put solelybecause su
was up bu
experts, meeting simultaneously; !tomers. blameless to escape this.i I, supervisors and teachers, meeting lighter concentration counter
as subcommittees of the Committee offices. I I I them at schools or in county or of Al Block's insistence I manufacture in this section, the the mid-30. when
on Reciprocity: Information.Its In the Senator's defense it I. The acknowledged purpose of I i Campbell's role was likened to ,, district gatherings to suggest effective I that it could be done," said Bal said. feiting took the public for a much

critics are calling the continuing should be noted that his arguments .1 the gather current information panel hearings on which Is to ; the ment Inspector of the Army General's Drovidinir Depart-an ways of using.. _the books. linger. "That building stopped Tallahassee I rf however, that a boomIn i as $1 million a year
I
activities of the five panelsa closely followed California's the treaties may be renegotiated. Independent yt -- to see II they had the free teaching the movement_ away from warne duble goods industry cannot .: The Secret Service struck back.:
five-ring circus. age collect of various Mate ana *ea-
presentation. and on the record 1 Last year Congress voted I facts. aids, and to answer questions. ,: endure while non-durable'':Chief James J. Maloney told Sec
Campbell "
- Gen. Manha.ll'srecent _ explained the
nothing that Florida interests In other words, to act as liaison eral agencies. I
the State Department additional Cabinet members, just goods production is shrink:ng. of the Treasury Snyder the
appoint- happenedto ,
have presented to the Reciprocity between author and of the originatorsof ret
{ pupil. He was one
lor inc
to cut duties
power import another The agricultural picture
ment as SecretaryofStatehas- be the best man Kirkman said I Ieteht doubled its 1945
Committee ever has influencedthat I John Home sold Row. Peter- hospital idea here service aret
the public
50 per cent. or 75 per cent he could I coming year tied closely to the
find.
,. outfit in the least. The pleasof below statutory tariff schedules. and his former son & Co.'s books and. perhapsas years ao. and he got the I relationship i agricultural prices I 8-for counterfeiting
Increased the connection with
I
the citrus industry were for Stoutamire was important sold Floridians on chamber to hire its first full-time ,I and I Ipredicted I
This to rising costs, the report said
the State
presumably .but
Florida power
Congressional a coincidence
more concessions, from Canada I I exercise.1 the idea that the textbook business business executive and the city to'I',i that the ultimate adjustment -
Department wishes to ] Third
delegation's i ) I and the United Kingdom in the + '' : U.S. Army
I I was no shady traffic-no help finance chamber promotion, will result in lower net
and Florida members
apprehension I matter of import duties. I are by no j Something akin to theatricalswas
concerning: I means optimistic that the American I I enacted when the Cabinet racket-but a profession worthy Ballinger recalled. 'I incomes for farmers.Reviewing ''To Remain Intact 41I

the writing of the GOOD CASE FOR VEGETABLES negotiators will extract fully ; after an executive session for last- of the youngsters who must use Block win work to bring Indus-I|I the year 1946 the report -

new trade trea- The Florida vegetable compensating concessions from minute rehearsal, solemnly refused I those books. tries to Tallahassee but he also said industry in Georgia Ala i I FRANKFURT Germany EAPJ
the other 18 nations-they never i I can brag about John Home will put more emphasis on the''' Florida famed Third f
ties. Their con- growers so far have presentedthe to pay more than the appraised bama. Louisiana. Miippi T name of the
did it before. today because he has left Floridato community's history so tourists |
in Gen. better '
fidence and
the I
best case to reciprocity worth of property needed for a Tene Army, which swept across
about i I
become will know
Marshall for the -S- administrative assistant ; and FloridianS position than some postwar
long-time pull Is, panels. TARIFFS AND POLITICS In new Supreme Court building to U. S. Sen. John J. Spark- the really interesting places here. ::: predictions had indicated although Europe from Normany t Checho

of course. suPrpper Led by Senators Pepper and general the Florida argument before "In view of the Cabinet's position man of Alabama. Like Speaker For history Tallahassee can match I it ailed to fulfill many of slovakia under the late O

preme: they fear however that Holland and Congressman Peterson I the five panels followsSmootHawley the, ," recited Ben A. Megin- Thomas D. Beasley of the Florida any city in Florida. the eloquently expressed hopes of i I George S. Patton. 1 going to
the Secretary will be engrossedin they tingled out the Cu- j thesis too closeJy alas, attorney for the State Improvement 'House of Representatives. Home I few overly "expansion minded" live op.r .

top level international diplomacy ban and Mexican trade pacts for to be bragged about. This thesis I Commission. "I believe was born and raised in Barbour Tokyo Express Workers a analysts. ,J r Aerican Army Hpadu

and that the trade pacts attack and showed how they (would set all tariff schedules at.. the additional money can County Alabama, and although he ,, yeery
reportedlyrose
will be handled exclusively by had fostered the flight of American (a. figure which would equalize be obtained. If yon will give has lived in Florida for 10 years Walkout Called Off Construction costs I Army would operational t

subordinates in whom to put it : capital to those countriesto costs of production giving foreign me a few minutes except during service in UncleSams faster In the South during phase in th European Theater
exploit peon labor and to but not I I TOKYO CUP1 A scheduled midnight the than In the ri of the 1 i be deactivated '
mildly some of the Florida members importations equal superior Waving him permission. the Navy-the reputation he year Feb. 15 would not -
100.000 Japanese
of
strike i
compete with American grown to American markets. country ,
have no confidence at all. I access Cabinet sat back expectantly, and left at the University of Alabamawas called off {
produce. Shrewd Capitol Hill old timers Express workers was The return to civilian life of a Present call the offl- !
Given sufficient time. Gen. 1 plans fo
I Meglnnlss returned in a moment enough to bring Uu call from headquar1 I '
Allied
when
not alarmed about drastic yesterday 1200.000 servicemenand I "Third U. 8.
Marshall 'can be counted upon to According to Congr. Peterson. seem fathers- Sen. Sparkman.Home. estimated cial designation
overhaul departmental personneland the treaties are bad ones developing tariff slaShes. unmatched by con- with Tallahassee's city 'ters informed Union representatives the displacement of sera Army" to revert to the U S. o f
to force adjustments and foreign agriculture at the I cessions from the foreign nations. I three City Commissioners. a ComnUssionert'lect at Alabama. earned hisAB. that they came within the I' thousand war workers temy: 15. where it i believed I j{
Apr
and
MA. like order
modifications where necessary in .expense of Florida farmers andI The old timers do not pin their the City Manager. I degrees and. scope of Gen. MacArthur's i I assumed by t presently \
disadvantageous trade treaties. I growers. The growing of English 'faith on the hundreds of witnesses'City I Clerk and City Attorney- Sparkman. membership in Phi I Friday banning a general strike. ,!Ilea, the second half of 1945 under the U. S. t j
I who offered to the $100000 Beta Kappa. He went back to the threatened general strike by
( before the five panels. pay A <' {
virtually :
Meanwhile the five panels cf experts peas in Florida for example appearing and first half! of 1946. Army h6darcrs. ; -
between the appraisaland university to teach after elementary and communications __
the five-ring circus are I was stamped out by the I Rather do they behold in the Republican Difference 2.600,000 government -- ------ I
threats to repeal the reciprocity the $323,000 granted by acondemnation school classroom work and workers Friday simi- 80 hert :r' (55 1n
writing their own tickets. Cuban treaty. few A kernel of corn is per cent Modmi 24-. po; (
| ( act. the best deterrent : jury. then entered the textbook field larly was called off just a cent oil. 3.3 per outdoor advertising 10, not 24
PEPPER DRAWS BACKFIRE I I BEST CUSTOMERS AP- I I to hasty action by the State Department. i Everyone was mighty serious- Home took over on Feb 1 as hours before deadline on orders protein. 4. per paper. u .

lorida.5 citrus industry got off I PRO ACHED-The five panels are_ ._ 4 ?_Jereq those_W9< kgew the citL au;." assistant_Senator at Washington from MacAthur. j cet L-3- [ J o ,

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Florida Citrus Men Seek Hereford Show i


' Tighter Nursery Stock I Miamian Leaps CattlemenSet

Offers Awards I I IF


i. New Size Grade Rulings II. {Specie! to The Sunday !Sentinel-Star Importation Laws Urged From Roof f For Date

OCALA-A total of $840 in cash I E.J MeetingAnnual
8 prizes awaits winners in the first *
[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl meeting of the Central
I annual Hereford show to' be held MIAMI ITJPJ A
LAKELAND-The Florida Farm Bureau's central citrus Florida will be
Cattlemen's Assn.
in Ocala's livestock pavilion Feb. businessman despondent over
; Twos 'ff Citrus Luncheon 20. Thomas D. Matthews of committee, convening here yesterday went on record losses climbed to the top of a held at Okahumpka March 7 at
( : f f ".4 Alachua president of Florida as favoring Senate bill 1990, legislation which would tighten I 15-story downtown building 6 p-m.. Pres. Cushman Radebaugh

, Hereford Association. Inc., the considerably the Plant Quarantine Act of 1912, governing day calmly removed his to-I reported yesterday.
; sponsoring organization an- of stock. I tacles and as a horrified Officers and directors win be
importation nursery
As nounced yesterday.Of shouted "don't jump!" leaped to elected at that time. Radebaugh'added
Standard Brings Publicity *
Senate bill 1990. introduced at .
the total. $750 will be i his death through the roof of a'i
awarded owners of the winning the last Congress by Sen. Elbert smaller building below.It Proposals for a state marks and

By JACK [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] animals in the various classifica- Thomas Oklahoma and to be Farm Income was the second suicide jump I brands law were discussed at a
[Our On Staff Cor ] I..AKELAND--'Ibe Florida Cit- tions, while $90 will be distributed: re-Introduced at the present from a high building here within meeting of the association Friday.

WINTER HAVEN- rus Commission's first post-war among 4-H and FPA boys com- Congress, makes two specificehanl"es I 24 hours. Walter Bronson reported on
citrus Industry luncheon for radio syndicate and peting in a judging contest to be Police identified the man as plans for a proposed member-
at the refusal of magazine food editors, held in the held in connection with the show. In the old law: In State UpJACKSONVILLE Max A. Perles. 43 owner of a ship drive by the State organi
wigs to approve a plan ; Hotel Pierre. New York City last There will be 10 classificationswith 1. It would permit Importationof II display business and father of zation. He also discussed' progress -
growers and shippers d week, already is resulting in wide- prizes of $30 for blue ribbon nursery stock from foreign two children. They found his of the tick quarantine.
have brought order out spread publicity for the citrus industry winners $20 for second place and countries only in quantities necessary fAPJ Floridians name by piecing together the Pat Whitaker of Tampa has
last night was striving and beneficial results are $15 for third. Grand champions for propagation not on a tattered bits of a driver's license ,
nine cent of their been retained by the State assojciation -
got
expected for long time to per
r gether a a come will get $30 and reserve champions scale large enough for commercialsale. which they said he had torn to
' Don A. Butts commission advertising I 1940-earned dollars by i as attorney. Bronson said.
following
grade and size $20 in male and female divisions. | shreds before his leap.
might help the "Some manager of the said most yesterday.promi- There are 46 registered Here- I 2. It would require that nursery i I basic agricultural pursuits and 16 One witness to the tragedy was '
the same time pass nent magazine food editors radio fords entered in the show and stock coming from a country per cent from the same source in the owner of the building. He said' Aviation Events
t Washington.At Lakeland commentators and dietetic sale the latter event scheduledFeb. 'where a plant disease was known 1945 the Florida. State Chamber I he had gone to the roof to order
It
, by Frank Seymour.was, and nutritional people in the 21. Payne Midyette of Talla- to be prevalent be kept in quar- of Commerce said | Perles away as a trespasser. But Slated in Florida
today.
country attended the luncheon hassee is the largest consignor j antine for one generation. : the man seemed in a daze, he said.
Growers Administrative a TALLAHASSEE CAP] Five avia-
; and many broadcasts have been having entered eight animals. The 1912 law now in effect "Paylines swerving away and remarked "I don't feel so
tee. that the.majority of FRANK SEYMOUR tion events will be held in Florida
made and articles written on Circle LP ranch of High Springs made it mandatory for an inspector well Then he removed his glasses '
apparently favor a plan reports shippers' opinion from war conditions to those of during March William C. Lazarus
citrus Butts said. is the to allow nursery stock to come placing them with
approved by already second largest with six peace" the report said "follow great care aviation supervisor for the State
effect next Wednesday The program featured talks by Herefords while Connell Stock into this country if it has been at his feet, and stepped to the Improvement Commission announced -
Dr. L. G. MacDowell commission: \ certified as free from disease in I the flag of the consumer; they brink. I
Farm of
shipments to U. S. twos Inverness is third with yesterday.The .
_ ter; size 150 to 250 Orange Auction research director Lakeland; Dr. five. the country of its origin. I fo where he goes. rrom the street below, a policeman events:
}k raising the standard for A. F. Camp vice director of the i Art Stafford. Babson Park reported "In 1940 factories handed Flo- I noticed the man sway I March 1-2. Southeastern Soar-
grade fruit. citrus experiment station. Lake Alfred on an export pool at the ridians seven per cent of their income slightly on the edge of the 15- ing contest at Sanford; March 3.
: and Miss Anna M. Tracy I Refrigerator Car recent meeting of the National '
= story abyss. He shouted "Don'tjump Aviation Regional Conference at
- Both GAC and SAC Canners Assn. in Atlantic CityN. ; in 1945 nine per cent; construction -
home economics professor at Florida !" he rushed inside the Orlando; March 12-15 Trans-
five cent as
telephone unanimously Prices ClimbSpecial per against
State College for Women at I Service Withdrawal J.
r ed the proposal which bone two; trade and service 32 per cent building. : Continental Air Race for Women
Tallahassee formerly president of Stafford said one of con- I
quire that the U. S. 23 civilian But when he reached the top from Van Nuys. Calif., to Tampa;
will against ; government.
the American Dietetic Association. tention was "whose product
i in combination grade [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star Broadcasting over metropolitan I' Rapped by Officials be used and when will it be placed 10. against 12; miscellaneoussources Perles had already plummeted March 15-16. All-Women air showat
to not more than 35 Florida I 13 11. : through the first layer of the roof Tampa: March 26. joint Civil
' LAKELAND- oranges stations and on chain programs TALLAHASSEE [APJ The State in the pool? Stafford said he had against Transpor- Aeronautics Authority Florida
Ufa a minimum of 65 registered a' 26-cent Increase over many food commentators have reported Railroad Commission and Com- argued for the formation of an tation and communications remained of a three-story hotel below. Conference at Daytona Beach.
! U. S.*nes.. the previous week at the auction I on the nutritional and missioner of Agriculture Nathan I' export pool planning committee on an even keel seven per Friday at almost the same hour, I
- In addition the markets during the past week. A scientific data given at the lunch- Mayo yesterday protested the j, and that the canners had approved cent. Eleven per cent of Floridi- i Abraham Masenberg. 61, an Atlanta Cattle
twos would be raised I total of 356 cars averaged $2.65 eon by the three citrus speakers. withdrawal of refrigerated car a motion asking Porter l,, ans' income came from military Ga.. druggist. jumped to his Bring $5,536JACKSONVILLE
not more than 50 per : as compared to 426 cars at $2,39 I Butts said. The editors and com- service from Florida Irish potato I Taylor. Farm Bureau. Washington sources. I I death from the ninth floor fire I I I TAP Sales on
' oration as against the the previous week. mentators also were much impressed shippers. I D. C., man, to explain the "From this one may learn that escape of the Congress Building in the Quincy State Livestock Market
discoloration which, t 'Interior oranges 237 ears averaged by the all-Florida menu) In a petition filed with the Interstate plan to the Florida Texas and agricultural income is leveling I Miami Beach. Letters he left behind last week totaled 553629. for 54
- packed in a straight r $2.41 compared to 276 and the dining room decorations Commerce Commission. California canners' associations.John i out; and that trade and service I said he. feared prosecutionfor cattle and 104 hogs. Jacksonville
J| grade. This conforms ,I ears at $%.%% and 111 cars of Indian which featured live orange trees Mayo and the State Board said Ford executive secretary of establishments offer opportunityfor selling liquor to minors. j[' officers of Florida State Markets'
s' requirement* for twos' River averaged $3.18 com and multi-colored: camellias. Florida shipped 10.350 cars of the Florida Farm Bureau, said expansion. This is also true of said yesterday.:;
" combination grade' as pared to 426 at $2.39. Luncheon arrangements were white potatoes last year and asked that if Taylor had sent such a ., construction." 5,645 Get Jobless Pay I
!ITutzey.
ed by the USDA. California oranges showed a made by Dudley Anderson and that carriers be required to continue i letter to' the canners he had not It is therefore that
r apparent TALLAHASSEE CUP! The State
There Is this publicity firm which 1'
four-cent increase over the previous refrigerated service this received a copy of it as yet.
the plan turned down represents the commission in {I slacks in the dimini Kig sources Industrial Commission announced
ington and the one to Tangerines week at $3.99.showed a very the food field. Commission year.Lewis Petteway. commission at- |< The committeemen agreed 1'of income can be CaSen up by yesterday:i that 5,645 persons were I&.
ed,by telegraph Monday marked Increase as 136 cars of members attending the luncheon torney. said the ICC has approved that even if it proved Impos- those sources resumed since war's on unemployment compensationrolls
The rejected idea would Washlnr'f Friendly. Fruit averaged $424 with Butts were Rollie Till- withdrawal of the refrigerated sible to establish a citrus export end and calling for expansion, the for the weeks ending Jan. 25: -
the volume of 'U. S' I after 132 cars had averaged $3.32 man. Lake Wales;' chairman service effective Feb. 10. pool on a nationwide scale FlorIda report said. Their checks totalled 104211.
more than' one third the previous week. A total of 239 and John A. Snively. Jr., Winter I canners should be urged to Now AvailableA
anges shipped and of Florida grapefruit went,1 Haven a member of the re- !, I start their own pool. Limited Number
cars :
two boxes of John Perry Buys AUTO BODY WORK
".- required <' for $2.55. compared to 208 cars at' search committee. .1 The Florida Citrus Commissionwill TRIED and PROVEN
\W shipped for every The commission passed the
259. up ] Quincy Newspaper : be asked by the Farm Bureau Painting-Fenders Fixed-Wrecks Rebuilt-Polishing RELIEFTo
the
Under new plan and
annual luncheon a year ago ] committee to take the leadershipin e( ---Jet Plane Spray Waxing. Work done promptly by
no control of the used the funds thus saved to make| QUINCY [API The Gadsden I experts at lowest possible prices.STIVERSPONTIAC. Sufferers From
Caldwell To Announce calling a meeting of various
-as long as they meet a donation of citrus juices to County Times 46-year-old Quincy I ARTHRITISNEURITIS
standard of not more UNRRA. weekly paper has been acquiredby groups to evolve a plan for the
Election Issue Stand I
half of the surface Among guests at this year's lUn- the John H. Perry interests it Florida Legislature.The tZ W. COLONIAL PHONE 2-2311 : RHEUMATISMStiff
Seymour late Friday TALLAHASSEE [UPI Gov. Mil- cheon were representatives. of MeCall's was announced yesterday by CecilB. committee said treetocarcosts Muscles & Joint
tekgrams to about 300 lard Caldwell said yesterday that Ladies Home Jo rnaI'l) Kelley publisher of the Panama of citrus will have to comedown
his stand on the case of Senator- Woman's Home City News-Herald. I I "all along the line" as the I And Recurrent Pains
In ment the on Industry the new to Railroad Commissioner Wilbur C. American Home Companion'j|: The paper was purchased from cost of living levels off. This, the CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Aftet 10 years of result-cetttnK reward .
: to'closing time King win be announced Monday."I and Gardens. House and Garden. 'the Quincy Publishing Co. Kelley committee said includes a reduc- ), treatment and development.
i up ernoon had received don't know Just what 111 do." House Beautiful Parents and a'I said that N. C. McFarlln would tion in labor costs. te scientists are who making created available this instrument a
he said "but Monday 111 do number of other national I continue as editor. I Dexter Sloan, Tampa, was elected WASHIXG-WAXL LUBRICATION ;limited number of oersonaUzed l NOR
j Eighty-three something. 1 zines; several syndicate maga-I I vice chairman. Other commit I MALIZERS Each custom made tn
- senting 20.0008,537 King a member of the 1945 service food writers; : Citrus I tee members present were: Vernon FRONT ENDS REBUSHED our male laboratory with a MONEY every BACK placement GUAR
*i on last year's handle Senate was elected to the Rail New York newspaper and radio Shipping Steady 1 Saurman Clearwater; Jim Mor- ANTEE For complete Information
proved the new plan. Commission 'In November but to : food commentators; and representatives .I WINTER HAVEN lAP This ton, Auburndale: Leo Wilson. Bra- WHEELS ALIGNED abnut this remarkable invention
y pen. with about date the Governor has refused to of dietetic and nutritional week's citrus shipments as reported denton: Ben J. Nordman, DeLand: Clip This Ad and Mail Today
of citrus: last year., commission him. fields. I by the State Citrus Inspection C. F. Fawsett, Qrlando; W. F. GENERAL OVERHAULING Electronic!: Normalize
plan in toto-with Bureau totaled 1,153,028 boxes ; Ward, Avon Park; Sloan and Rid- SOS Hildebrandt Bldg. Jacksonville
4 with a handle-In.the against 1,142544 boxes last week. dle. Ford acted as secretary. :
A; P. CLARK MOTORS Inc.
son of 689362 boxes Guests of the committee were: Name
parts.. State Fair Expected Steel used in manufacturing; atypical II Stafford. Guinard Maxcy. Se-
Heaviest opposition 25 hp. tractor totals 1542 bring; Rich Beeman. Lakeland; 889 N. ORANGE PHONE 2-0716 Address o.J
plan came from pounds. L. M. Stephens Lakeland.
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where four shippers :

a It.opponents Polk County and there To Attract One MillionTAMPA

from Hernando. Lake

Indian Washington.River turned [AP] Florida State Fair officials are look- ,

inal OAC-SAC ing for more than a million persons to see what this State

" "too near volume (:) has to offer when the big mid-Winter fair opens for an 11-
Q. unofficially hinted that day here Feb. 4. '
run -et'cu
J'
might'go along with '
idea somewhat along Many counties have arranged.. displays showing off :r ,
suggested In the new their sections and County AgentEd -
A If it goes Into effect ton Monday reporting the sentiment Ayers of Manatee County says .
gin Wednesday at 12:01: in the Industry, he will Include he plans to show at least 100 var- Doorway to a Man's world /
run for 11 days or until the February backing. <
Feb. 16-to bring It In ieties of marketable vegetablesfrom ,
Seymour As scheduled to leave
the usual two-weeks
that area.
today for Washington he is
SAC will meet in;
sufficiently recovered from an attack The Future Farmers of Amer-
Feb. 11 to survey the
and set of ptomaine poisoningalongwith ica and the Florida 4-H Club r, ;:
new
up M. 1". Miller USDA representative will have displays and on Feb. .' :
for the .period : :
,to attend a meeting of all ,
6 more than 3,000 youngsterswill ,---
aon. Fejj. 17. -
marketing agreement committee: participate in the annual _
Support war, given managers from all over the United judging contests. I
proposal in a States. It Is possible that a decision -
by the rltrus on the new idea will be forth- Other"features of the fair this .,
Florida .Farm Bureau coming by the time they arrive in year Include the National Electrical _
In Lakeland yesterday I the national capital Monday aft- Exposition a flower show a
when Seymour wires emocn.SECTIONIZERS 5.000-bird poultry' exhibition a
r beef education and dairy exhibits.cattle expositionand ..


I WANTED Marion School Head

Elected by EducatorsOCALA .

AP Broward Lovell,

Experienced Women Only superintendent of public instruc-
tion for Marion County is the new 4

president of the Central Florida

district of the Florida Education ,
DR. P.' PHILLIPS CANNING CO. Assn. t '",' t

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Other officers elected at a .
2113 N. ORANGE AVE.. ORLANDO meeting here Friday were Phile- .h.:
mon E. Head Bushnell. vice president .
and Mrs. Dorothy Phills,
Gainesville secretary-treasurer. 11
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Airline Signs AgreementMIAMI

SMALL LOTS SURPLUS SALE [AP] National Airlines
announced yesterday that a new A. .
agreement had been signed between -
the management and mechanics -
Property located in Building T-2089 HeadquartersArea. covering' wages hours and \ -

Sale starts 9 A. M., February. 3rd, ends 4 P. M.. year working calling conditions for a raise for the of about next .
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February 7th. General public is invited to inspect property 15 cents an hour in all bracketsof _

and submit bids on one or. all lots. A few of the mechanical work. "t

items offered are: Greenland was a republic until : -

the 13th century when it accepted \ \) rWVW\

.. Desks. Office Welding Rods Norwegian rule (12611.HORSEBACK %

Chairs. Office Garden Tools i RIDING "


Filing Cabinets Hospital Litters j COUNTRY DUBSDREAD CLUB STABLES \ f the feel of fine quality felt. make
Anna N. Wheeler 1
Wool Clothing Hospital Supplies I
Teaching a Specialty .

Tubing. Aluminum' Space Heaters. Oil i Horses PHONE for Z-42t Rent and Sale .t'' ,V Dobbs style-sure smartness your own with

Angle Iron Tool Boxes. With Tools :t"-- :'.- 4 .

Wire Crosscut SawaDoctor : one of America's finest hats. Platinum grey,

Storage Cabinets NOTICEStanley's -
Other Dobbs Felts .
s Scales -
and birch tan.
Serving Trays. Stainless serpent green .
Cella ./' .. Radio ,
Dry : Steel .from $630 ,

Large Aluminum Kettles Small Safe Sales & Service $20

Has Moved from

227 E. South St. to > '.f

For further information contact Salvage Officer, 500 N. Orange Ave. at Amelia

Captain Darnell, in BuUdingT-1110. or Phone 2-0761 Stanley Deware is Owner '-,,, -- .-.- .

Extension 1737. A Technician .

Phone 2-4045 or 4632

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Stagg SeesFootball

BOB HAYES Players i Kovacs Faces in Feature r

Venerable Clark"Griffith,.one of the most respected figures in At Perry

.baseball, spoke his piece ..bout-ba8ebaJI and gambling the other day.

Out at Tinker Field when he was basking in the warm aun'alline : GuaranteedLife Exhibition Match Here Today \ FLYThe
Peak in'47KERRVILLE.
and keeping a sharp eye: on the young baseball players in

;Stripp's school I asked him what his reaction was to the current
Kovai the clown of the
Frankie
Texas [API Amos Laughing :s, amateur

.I professional There'1 sports absolutely scandals.; nothing wrong with baseball itself' in. the IncomeNEW Alonzo: Stagg lookrd back over almost tennis world before taking up the play for pay racket, New Aeronea Seaplcne

major leagues" he snapped. "It's clean as a whistle. 60 years as player and coachin meets Fred Perry here thi s afternoon in the featured Student Instruction In the

football declared the game match of a one-day stand at the championship courts lo- Sport of Sports .

The Old Fox warmed up quickly. "Our biggest problem Isn't thehiftlme YORK TAP! Baseball last season was at its all-time cated at the Orlando TennisThe Club. .

gamblers trying to bribe our baseball players. Gamblers adopted a far-reaching pension height and that 1941 would bring I. matches will get underwayat t> When you fly seaplanes you have landIngs ..

arouldnt dare such a thing. plan today in unprecedented joint the greatest football In the storied 2 pjn., when Jack March. East- unlimited. fishing trips picnicking T

ff** "Our problem is in the grandstand. It's the patrons up in the majpr league action by' which history of the S Ort. ern professional champion opposes on your favorite' lake.ENROLL .

"$tands that we're trying to straighten out. I have a whole flock of players, coaches and trainers win Never one to live in the past- Robert Stubbs. City champion at I 4wia

detectives constantly; on the watch in my: ball park trying to receive from $50 to $100 monthly that is, unless he can use it only Miami before turning pro. NOW

:'curb gambling that goes on in the grandstand. as a comparison with the future-
for life after the of 50 if they Officials said the Kovacs-
"We're made it hot enough for those who would;. bribe our base- age the Grand Old Man of Football
have at least five in Perry duel would about
'ball players but we haven't made it tough enough for the bookies spent years 57 years a coach for 43 years a go on
2:30 and that and
the big leagues. p.m. Perry
have laws member of the national rules committee DAVIS SEAPLANE BASEBig
ball We
and the bettors who come out to the game. strong March would team against
Fulfillment of this retirement up
said it all about because -
came
need-and I hope to see.it &OOn-1s a strong
against bribery.Vlla.t we Kovacs and Stubbs in doubles
a
scheme an outgrowth of last
of better training and coach-
law.- against gambling in ,the stands. year's player committee meetings. ,ing and because each war con- match following the main event. Lake Fairview Route 441 Tel. 2-0890

; depends on participation by at tributed to the progress of sports."I Spectators can use either the I
"Now if we have a grandstand gambler arrested he pays sucha I least 60 per cent of any club's Livingston Ave. gate or the Ten-

small fine on conviction that it doesn't mean anything to him. Hell' eligible players must belong if any' recall even a resurgence nis Club pathway. Both gates will
after the war with Spain. said
are to participate In .the plan. be open.
StaIt was more pro- Admission to the matches will
e1a All players on the roster of nounced after the first world be $1.50. LUMBER
major league clubs on opening war and now it really' Is on a

day 1947 will be eligible for boom. The reasons, I think. r

3I, membership by a series of an- are that outdoor life experiencedby Demaret Leads BUILDING SUPPLIES
f nual payments ranging from a boy in the armed service
w leads to sports participation and
a $45.45 in the first year to
war develops a keen sense of WINDOWS PLASTER
$454.75 in the tenth ;year. After
combat which football meets. ,
i the player has paid in $2,500 his
The armed forces have in each Tucson TourneyTUCSON FLOORING SIDING
yearly' premium would IN; $%50. war, shown greater interest in

Each major league club would '' sports promotion. In World WarII FRED PERRY CEILING ROOFING

like the much tougher pay $250 for each participating we went in for sports on a Ariz (API Defending plays here today
be right back thr next day. I'd to see penalty 'I' great scale." BRICKS CEDAR SHINGLES
player and the remaining costs Champion Jimmy' Demaret of ,
it is
,than now. would be provided by the net receipts Stagg said in referring to better Houston, Tex. ringing up his sec-
Dutch FRAMING
Reminded of the incident two years ago in Detroit when SHEATHING
of the annual all-star game football he was speaking not onlyof ond consecutive 66. went into the OLIN'S INC.
'Le !1ard. his star pitcher at the time got a bribe offer by telephone and the sale of radio rights to the : the brand of play but better lead for the 72-hole $10,000 Tuc- NAILS -

Sat his hotel. Griffith snorted: world series.. If there should be a operation through the rules ofI son open golf tournament today
That was Just a call from some "nut* No real gambler would I
deficit the 16 clubs would make Play. with a three-round total of 199.
attempt a thing like that. Their method would'be to get close: to I up the difference. At the present I Demaret's consistent performance PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES INC.

a ball player and work a bribe deal; like the gamblers tried in time the commissioners office is I enabled him to supplant the ,

professional football" a few weeks ago." holding in escrow $352,000 for the I! Smiling LassWins half-way pace-setter, Herman 242 N. Ore*,. PHONE 2-1229! MICHIGAN AVE. AT ACL RT

start of the fund. I Reiser of Akron, Ohio, whose

Forrest [Spec] Towns Georgia's former great track and football Under a graduated scale a retired -' FeatureAt game blew up.
star now one of Coach Wally Butts' coaching aides was in player who had five years ARROWHEAD SHOOTING -----
Keiser had 72 for his third
town' this past week on a football talent hunting trip and dropped I service would receive $50 monthlyfor I I a
round, giving him a total of 201.
around for a visit. life at the age of 50. For each SunshineOLDSMAR. I GALLERYSomething

*_ Spec wasnt too talkative about the players he was down here additional year the pension Moving up also was the tourna- ELECTROCAP ZVte41Stedue

trying to lure up the Georgia way, but he was willing to bat the breeze would be Increased $10 monthly I Ha. (TAP Smiling I ment's favorite, PGA Champion Different : .epuue

on general football subjects. .until it reached a $100 maximum. I;, Lass won the feature Belle- ''I Ben Hogan of Hershey. Pa., who I Wall and Court Streets o

w The amiable former Olympic star did pass along one bit of I The big leaguers also guaran- I view-Biltmore race at Sunshine I blasted the course for a 65 and a I *
.teed a $250,000 player pool for all I three-round score of 200 even.
ormatlon. which may be a little embarrassing to Gator grid boost- Park yesterday. It was the sec-
subsequent world series. Tied at 201 with Keiser Jim
in. He said It was within the realm of possibilities for Georgia to i ond win of the day for Sisto. was I h
*
Ferrier of Chicago. Auto!
I Undercoating
'start an all-Florida lineup against the University of Florida when '
Following Smiling Lass who
I NEW YORK [AP] The International II The 202-stroke division included
they clash next year in Jacksonville. He didn't say they would do Baseball League today pad! $3.50. $2.80!! and $2.30, were Harold McSpaden. Sanford, Me., Eliminates Rattles. Road Noises i RECAPPING
It. but be did say It was plumb possible.I I Placerville and SangabL Rust and Corrosion
barred Gauntt
all except: accredited news- Jimmy Tulsa. Okla., Ed I 1lhlli *
don't remember the names of all the Floridians already In men from its dugouts and clubhouses Rocky Sisto, the leading money Oliver Wilmington Del., Jim Tur- ED MAYO

the Georgia fold or soundly committed to the Athens Ga.. campus and announced an automatic winner at the track, brought in I nesa, White Plains, N. Y. and IS THIS YOUR
but: Spec reeled off about 15 names. fine would be assessed Chipsy an outsider, in the sec- Skip Alexander, Lexington. N.C. 101 N." Main Tel 9782

?\. against any player found In conversation ond. Chipsy paid $14 to win. I Lew Worsham. Washington. LICENSE TAG? 4

Among those named were some Orlandoans too. There was Ken with a spectator at a D.C., who was in second place

McCall who re-entered Georgia in January after serving in the r l ball game. MIAMI (API Jacob Sher's I with 131 also faltered to go into 7D4290 *

Army and Olin Powell who started from scratch after Christmasand I The customary 154-game sched- Hialeah : a tie at 203 strokes with Herman
Frere Jacques broke the
who incidentally is playing basketball for the Bulldogs now.jlfaul ule was adopted, opening April 19 Barron, White Plains, N.Y. 19 FLORIDA n

Odom. another former OHS star is ticketed to enter Georgia and closing Labor Day with the race course record for the mile I Former Open Champion Lawson No heat oa the aUewalU] of

next week. following opening day pairings: and three-sixteenths yesterday to Little of Cleveland, 0., came in If so. you WIN one new
.
Yon may think off-hand, that it's odd so many' Floridians Montreal at Syracuse. Toronto at win the featured $10,000 added with a 66 for a three-round totalof e ELECTROCAP for your your tires "Elactcocap"la

"'enter Georgia. But it isn't accident. Georgia's scouts are seen more Baltimore. Rochester at Newark Bougainvillea Handicap by four I 204. smooth tire. FREE Just your guarantee of _,

often in Central Florida than any Gainesville representatives. and Buffalo at Jersey City. lengths. \.t\ bring the smooth tire to us miles Mosfactio&l

fBoth Qulnten Lumpkln and Towns have been here within the past I I With veteran jockey Ted Atkinson -I Kenney, Sacrinty Win \ within 48 hours

five weeks. II Bumby, Pickering Cop I favorites up, Frere price Jacques of $4.30,returned$2.90 and a Teague Memorial AwardHIGH 1u F POSTAL TIRE SERVICE

1 I haven't seen a single Florida talent scout' or heard of one I Tilts From LakelandBumby I $2.60 across the board for $2 Ant k i ';'
1,being around this area. in several weeks.Sportsmen's POINT N. C. UPI Fran-
.
Hardware romped to'an backers. Gustave's Ring's Respin- 'Chern on. -ntflr 1t l 1\\\ \\ Jeff Williams .- y CUll HorningPHONE
po easily placed second, beating ces Kenney, Raleigh, N. C. swim- \\\' t
81-32 victory over the Lakeland Kingarvie by three lengths. mer, and Nick Sacrinty, Wake "STAVES SUNOCO 100 W. WASHINGTON 8454
SERVICE
High Spots here last night. Cap- Forest's all-Southern( halfback }
earned ,
Atkinson's record ride
Plans Big'lRally PllVt Aunt all
I Group pino led the local class "A" leaguefive's 1 tom f. COIONUU. J
$8,850 for the Sher stables. won the Teague Memorial trophies --- --
scoring with 29 points while
f Earlier Armed, Calumet Farm's for the greatest contributions -
Fish t Fry; on Friday visitors'Joyce accounted tallies. for eight of the famed gelding, captured the to amateur athletics in the !I

The $5,000 third race in his first appearance Carolinas in 1946. I

The Orange County Sportmen's Assn. yesterday announced 30-16 decision Pickering: over team the scored visiting a since September. Armed Charlie (Choo Chool Justice,

plans for what was described as the most elaborte Hot Spots girls' team in the first : paid $4.40 to win. University of North Carolina

sportman's gathering in the association's history Fri- half of the twin bill with Jackie I C. T. Chenery's Hornbeam was backfield star, and Bryant I Meat-

iday at the Florida Power and Light Corpus camp on Bear Hunley] tallying 14 points for Pick- I second and Shiny Penny third.HARGESHEIMER.NAMED ball) Meeks, University of South o rivingTimt!

I..ake. between Orlando I ering and Pye's 10 being high for i : Carolina center, followed Sacrinty
and :
Apopka. I the visiting lassies. in the male balloting. .
Lloyd NORMAN Okla. [API Walter
Gahr. program chairman I Mrs. Estelle Lawson Page,
said the program would feature an Nigh Spots 32'Bumby. 81 Hargesheimer 34, head football
Playar FQ FT TIPlayNew FQ FT T Massa- I Chapel Hill, N. C., golfer, was
and basketball coach at
All day fishing contest, in which
Bo..d. C 1 0 21Cappino. f 13 3 ;:9 I runnerup among the women.
cash prizes would be of fere*both riPupils Braddock f 0 4 4IJsctson f S :I)2I chusetts State College, Amherst i I
bass and speckled perch winners I Lt't' f 3 I 7Bra&ll., I 9 1 19 yesterday was appointed assistant
; Heks. f a 0 OlMorrls' '
I e 4 3 11
an amateur plug and fly casting Plan Joyce c 3 2 SlArnold. I 1 1 3 football coach at the University of Over 200 Drivers
-tournament: a pistol rifle and Heavy* Townley. S 0 0 O'Horoulst' I 1 I 3 Oklahoma.
'shotgun .... T..k..r" I 2 0 4'Keith. I 1 2 4 I Enter Daytona Race
shooting exhibition by one ... Nslit 1021 r rO
"tot.the nation's foremost arms ex- Slate Lyon.. 1 1 31 FRENCHMAN: WINS TITLE } DAYTONA BEACH UPI More

i"tperts and a demonstration of out- Today Houser Totals. I 12.1 0 121 21 Totals U'I1 liUHslltim PARIS lAP Robert V i II e- than 200 drivers representing 31

:board motor racing. The Joe Stripp Baseball School score: Bumb" 41 Blah spots main, French welterweight champion states and Canada have entered

J52 Gahr said these activities students will play five traight won the European 157- I the American Motorcycle Associa-
I hours of baseball today weather Nigh Spate le Piek.rine; ; 3.PIay pound title from Ernie Roderick tion National Championship beach
I r FQ FT T PI..y.r FQ FT T last night. road races scheduled here Feb. 22- 0a
permitting, beginning at 11 a.m. p7. f 4 2 10 Hadde. f 2 0 4
and continuing until 4 I Tulle f 0 0 of Mink. f 2 1 S j 23.E.
t! Dr. Paul M. Kessler Stripp announced pjn Smith I 1 2 14 HUDle". f 7 0 14 BUFFS SIGN SLATER C. Smith, Columbus, Ohio
yesterday.A I lE. TtI11l. f 1 0 21 Mac,. f 1 0 2
DALLAS API] Allen Russell
... AMA has Sat. Feb.
secretary, set
:
..
majority of the players Harnl a 0 O'B' Ptcke'1't 12 1 5
en-
v 'Optometrist I I president of the Houston Buffs of 7 the t / 1 t
rolled in the school Norman I 0 0 O'M..aa.' 0 0 0 as entry deadline. l jrs
.
201 Church and Main Arcade are expectedto Bozeman I a 0 0 H..rTad'n.. s 0 0 0 the Texas League, yesterday announced Bill Frances, director of the
participate in the continuous Yohe. s Op. Picket 0 0 0
I g g the signing of Walter i Daytona Beach track, said the
ICBtUlrt) Pb?a. SUi games he said, and several talent Roberts. I 01Dutf. I
U .. answer call Z-ZifcS .I 000 I Slater. 27-year-old third baseman 100-mile novice race will be run
scouts I
are expected to be on handto 67.oree 8 000
.
from Knoxville Tenn.ASKETSALL Feb. 22 and the 200-mile national
observe the T.ul. I" II'' Tlltal. 14 Z 30
players. 11Halltime score; PlckerUle 20. High Spots championship classic the following -
RESULTS day. Some 17,000 spectatorsare Z
MODERN EQUIPMENT I (Hiqh School)
occupy the program for the afternoon Miami Such 40. ORLANDO 21.M'.I expected to attend the'mara-
We have done away with while the showing of Orleans Orders tdiaon 43. Jaffanan J7.PI..nt thons, he said.

the having mug and brush three colored movies of Florida Check on GamblingNEW T.."...S7.. SI.Linden P. K. Y Uax*...).22.30.
wildlife and fishing would be .._ .
Panaacola 39. Lon CT.II. ) :a.
EOLA BARBER SHOPA. Included on the evening's pro- I ORLEANS UPI] Superin- SaabrMia 41, Cuttia 27.Hilltborouah State AAU Court
L. DteklBioB. tendent of Police A. A. Winters :2*. Miami Jackson II. tP
Prop. gram. .
Sarasta 11. ** Meet Dates RevealedTAMPA
rlaA.", Mlr coa4hht.e4) loop! Pres. Tom yesterday ordered an investigation -I Andrew .kc': ::42, Lakeland IS. I ; one
Starling of the
22 E. Washington St.HERRING. said association of open gambling in New Or- Fletcher 50, Cainawilla 2*. I t API The State AA.U.
big
supper-a fish
fry with hush puppies and all the leans sporting events. S9 Ohio Stato SI.Michxan basketball tournament, sponsoredby FACTORY-METHOD
I He said he had received SUM 49. Wayne M. the Tribune will be
com- Tampa ,
| trimmings- as on tap for 5:30 West" Virginia IS. T....... 41.Villanova .
pjn. ., plaints that open gambling was 62 Yal 46. held here March 1416. Play will

Starling said all members of the practiced particularly among spec- Cornell Kentucky 52 SO.Lafayette Notre Darn 38Minnesota 30. be at the Fort Homer Hesterly i r. RETREADING

association. as well as members tators at boxing matches. 51, Northwestern 01 (ever- arena.

who signed up on the spot, would HOCKEY SCORES time Penn.) ... Army S9. The tournament will be limitedto
be admitted to the full day's pro Henhe J, Ouffal,* 2. Oklahoma 54. Iowa State 40. the 16 strongest amateur teamsin
gram. A membership in the Botton 2. Detroit 2 (tie). Navy el. Dull 41N Florida Tournament Director ; IItzw
asso-
Indianapoli! 4. Philadelphia' 1. .C. State 48. North Carolina 46 (overtime -
ciation costs $3 and the member- St. Lou,. So Springfield X ). I. A. Cunningham said. $700
HAL1WRV.N ship includes a year's membership I _Oft-.So New York 2. Miami 82. Tampa 14.Alabama I Orlando won the tourney last
Pittsburgh S. PTovtdvnc* S. 64. Georgia Tech 44. I
to the magazine. Florida Outdoors. Cleveland 4. Mew Haven 2. Tulane SO. Miaaiaaippi 43. year. Only
SAFES
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,::r" "PHONE" "2.U74" :: 1 I The Official/ 7947 Florida State League Baseball Schedule t \. 11 1ff! FOR THE FINEST I II


r I I At L4esbure l At Palatka I At O.rl,,_ I At Sanford I At Orland. 'At St.AueusGn. : At o..iillo I At DoLa nd
Apr 26 Apr 22-38 Apr 24 Apr 18 Apr 20 Apr 18 Apr 28 RETREAD JOB
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: (J : I' M.,. 8-2. Mar 17-211 May 6-25 Mar 12-22 May 2-14-28 Msr. -18 'Mar 10-20 .
.. Calt FOllOW I Jan 5-14-211 Jun 11-21 I Jua 3-19 I JUII 1-17-2 t Jan 11 \Jua 0-20 J..n 7-22 CAN BUY!
.' I Jul II Jul 2o-n Jul 1-12-31 Jai 11-25 J1Il 7-19-27 J..I 3-15-n I Jul 517LRSBURO MONEY
I Alii 2-14,28 Aus 6-21 ADS 12-26 Aat 18-2. Aar 8-20 Aur 10. Sept 1 I AU -11.30
6': C1I'laa's-_ Apr Apr 24 Apr 22.30 Apr 28 I Apr 16 Apr 20 Apr
". : I Msy May 6-23 May 17-29 Mar 10-20 May 4.18 Msr 2-14.28 May 1:222i"
.2t23)) FLORIDA Jun 3-19 Jun f Jun 7.22 I\ Jun 920 J Jun 1] } Jon 1.17.25
.1, SS N. Orange Blossom Trail : Jul 1.12-31 Jul .21; Jul 5.17 l Jul 3-13-23 Jul 1I-27! Jul 11.25PALATKA
t Aug + Aug 12.28 AUI 6-21 Aut 4-16-30 I Aut 10. Sept J Au.20 A.., 18-24
: Orlando Florida :
'I Aix 21.211 Apr 23 Apr 211 Apr 20 Apr la Apr 28 Apr 16May
18-30 Mar -28 STATE Msr 8-24 NaF 2-14-28 MaF 12-22 May 10-20 May ...18J1I.
1
I .. 10-28 Jan 2-11 (30) J..n 514-29 J..n 13 J Jan 1-17-25 ) JUII 7-23 Jun 9-20 will do 1
JA most complete stock of : .1,1 21-211 Jul 30 lEAGUE Jul 9 Jul 7-19-27 Jul ll-Z Jul 5-11 Jul 3-U-n :Keep your car rolling In safety' by' mileage factory trained experts
: the finest food :: I: DAYTONA BEACH Au. $-22 I iLee 11-25 AUI' 2-14-28 CAag 6-20 AUI' 11-24 Aut 4-18-30 Aug 10. Sept J retreading now tie Firestone way' You the Job. The Better the retread, the I
very specialties. III Apr 23 ADr 21.29 Apr 25 Apr 16 Apr Apr 1/
; : Mar 5-26 Mar 19-30 M.r 7-23 I Mar 4-16 \May;-0-20 Mar. 2-22 f I4-2I get too famous Firestone Do Laze longer your' toes will roIL Get the best
C t Jua 2-1' 00) t J..a 10-26 J 8-1526 BASEBAll' Jan 9-20 Jon 7-22 \J..n 1-17-25 \ JDII 13 Tread design forget Firestone Factory Method Re
Gear-Grip
0 Jul 30 Jut 21-28 Jul 5 I J..l 3-1523 I J..I 5-17 Jul 11.25 Jul 7-19-27 Champion f
i 0 SANTORD Aar 11-2S Au. 5-n Aut 1-13-27 Ant J0. Sept J Anr 4-11.30 Aus. 18-24 A..a '-2017 extra, safety', extra traction and longer treading and know you have the finest!
Now shipping luscious Temple Apr Apr 27 Apr 19 Apr 15 1''Apr 26 I Apr 22-30-Apr- '-
t Oranges remember your : May 11-21-31 May 9-111 May 1.13-2' May 3-15 IN THE : May 6-24 May 17-2'1 Mry. 6.25Jun \
friends 11.24 Jua 8-23 Jun 12 J..n 8-21 J..II 5-14-n J..n 11-27 Jan 3-19
back home
I with a box. J..I 100Z. 15 Jul 8.18-26 20-29 l
ORLANDO
: or basket Come In and ,see itt : ORLANDO AUS 11-23 Aug 3-15-n Aut2.13i23 ,Aug 2-14-21 A 8-21 s 13 3I: s s ( !

pac.;ed. Apr 15 Are 17 Apr 27 Apr 25 epr 2 Apr II-JO i
:, lllS21 Mar 355 Mar 11-21-31 Mar 9-19 Mar 7-23 MORNING May :35 May 17.29 t
,. tt.r. 12 Jun 8-21 Jun 16.24 J..a 6-23 I J"D 4-15-28 I I JUII 3-111 Jun 11-27 ti
Oranges for Juice In 22-lb. and i 1-11-2& .Jul 2-14-22 Jul 10.24 .JuI 4-111 JulsT SENTINEL Jul 1-12-31 Jul 20-n i
AIIOVSTnrA '-19 Are 9-31 Aug 17-23 A.t 3-1529 Aug 1-13-21 Aus 12.21 Aur 1-21
: 45-lb. bags. : Apr 15 Apr 19 Apr 27 Apr 17 : Apr 21-2'1 Apr 23 Apr 26 I
I Mu 315 May 1-13-2'J May 9-1! Mar 11-21-31 May 11-30 May 5-211 1 MY 824J. I
) .. 8-21 t J..a 12 Jun 6.23 \J..a I6-Z. \J..n 10-211 JUII 2-1' (30) \ AND THE Jun 5-14-29
: Choicest Wisconsin and New : J1I1 2-14-22 Jut "-18-211 Jul 4-16 Jul 10-24 Jul 21-28 Jul 30 Jul 9OAINTSVnd.E LtWz41
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I Apr 27 Apr 1'7' Apr 15 Apr U \ Apr 2) I, Apr 21-n I Apr 25
I I Mar 9.19 May 11-21-31 May 3-15 I Mu 1-13-z:7: May 5-28 M. 18-30 Mn 'i-n ORLANDO I
Jun <1-23< lJun 16-24 J..n 6-21 Jun 12 IJun 1 2-111 QO "ua Jo-6 1 JIID 4.15.26Jul i
: A wide assortment of frozen : 4-16 '+Jul 10-24 Jut 2-14-22 I Jul 6-16-211 II IIJul 30 "Jut 10-211 I Jul 5 STAR I
0 fruit. vegetables and seafoods. DILAND Aur 3-15-29 I Aur 11-23 Aur 9-31 Aur 7-19 11-25 r Aug 5-22 I Aur 1-13-2'7
i inq NOTE: Numerals m parenthesis IOJ: ind1lates double-header to be played June 30 ORANGE AT CONCORD PHONES 2.317108 23172t :

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(! tJ :ig Two-Ball Tourney Opens Wednesday WITH $tu4w.


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Orlando i Florida, February 2, 1947 ghg( ggnfetg &mltarl-@tar Page 7 A f fI
BUll another large black bass a 12 pound, 12 o&. fish from Lake 1I
Virginia Winter Par, caught by Bob Bishop of 1864 Taylor Ave.. Field of 46
Winter Park while casting with a "2000" plug has Just been enteredIn I Chandler Denies
the BearsSentinelStar.Statewide. fishing contest. However this : Miami Beach Suspending

fine fish though of great size now stands only third in the contest, .
thawing. that the big ones are really plentiful in this fishing derby. Teams EnteredIn r.kF Brooklyn's Loquacious PilotNEW 1 OFFICEr

Fish have been coming In from as far away as Okeechobee. :
'and Palm Beach and entries from Marco are expected daring the Hands Bengals YORK [AP] A. B. [Happy] Chandler, base- QUIPM NT
next several dys. since several Orlando antlers are at Marco this I .,..... aa.ml.a
Annual EventOrlando's ball commissioner said yesterday he had not suspendedLeo
redfish and other fish
weekend seeking bluefish sea trout many I
Durocher, manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, as had
Additional -
waters.
now common there. In those Ten Thousand Island
40-23 been reported. The orgiinal not carried the
sailfish Trimming story was by I
: h entries are expected soon. sixth annual Florida I : ,
M 'f.14 YL> *ik:>l:>uiiaieu: x iess.: : : > TI
Mixed Two-Ball Open Golf Tour- i I
'l Present standings In the adult black bass contest open to allover nament-the only one of its kind Special[ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star In making his denial, Chandler manager. One condition of the divorce I
IS years of age for 16 cash prizes are all I MIAMI BEACH-Miami Beach said that "I would be presumptuous was that she not marry for
anywhere-was set for a gala I
The 13 pound. 8 oz. fish from Brick Lake caught on a Heddon at Dubsdread 15 in making any comment before one year. 1
opening Wednesday High scored its 14th victory in
Spook by W. P. Blackburn. 1012 Delaney Park Drive. Country Club with a field of 46 I starts in handing the invading I the court makes Its decision." ,
A 13 pound bass from,Lake Wales caught on a plug, by P. well-balanced teams on hand Durocher must appear In court
L. Gentry Clinton. Tenn. Winter visitor. The fish was weighed awaiting the starting; gun. C I Tigers of Orlando a 40-23 drub.at Los Angeles Tuesday to answer BEST TRAILER SHOP 1

t' ( In Orlando._ I Denny Champagne. Dubsdread bing here last night. :for his remarks regarding Judge I Repairs *Dtf Part. for AO
announced that
last night
t- A 12 Po nd. 12 oz.bass from Lake Virginia. Winter Park caught I pro.entries would be taken up to and I The Beach five capitalized on I George A. Dockweiler. who grant Make. of Bouse TrailerPalsUesTop.AwasasoBotaae
F by Bob Bishop of 1864 Taylor Ave. Winter Park on a 2000 plug. including Wednesday morning. 16 out of 27 free throws to score ed Actress Laraine Day a conditional I.
i\ An 11 pound. 6 oz. bass from Clear Lake caught on a shiner "We'll take some more entries I F ,. the victory as they hopped to divorce less than 24 hours ms W. WathlBf Dial MM
'. with rod and reel by Mrs Edna Morrison 1500 Grand Ave., Orlando. ,but this. looks like about the number I -""" '" an early lead that was never before she married the Brooklyn Ion Winter Garden Road
i A bass of 11 pounds. from Sand Lake on a 2000 plug by O. I It I we'll start I II threatened.
M. VeachOrlando. 7 1 1j i witte. It's a good TURNER SCOTT, former Orlando Paul Nabb. stellar guard paced
j A bass of 10 pounds 3 oz. from Lake Sioux taken with a "shiner"I i field, not as big j I boxing and wrestling promoter the locals with 15 points while TOM COX FLIGHT TRAINING 1 or
plug casting by W;D. Handy Orlando Fire Department.A I as last year's and professional bondsman yes- Bob McGmnis. Tiger forward led Whiter Garden for 100
bass of 10 pounds even taken In Lake Formosa on a Johnson i perhaps. but,terday was named business man- the visitors' scoring after the
Silver Spoon,by A. C" Hauser. 1637 Ferris Dr. Orlando. I much more faster. ager of the Daytona Beach Islanders Beach effectively throttled the Nationally Famous VETERANS Drawers
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he ex- in the Florida State sharpshooting of lanky Bummy Men's Wear HOEQUIST AIRPORT SHAW.W.lKIShaw
1-2 Lake County caught plained. League Club Pres. Dode Fuller Townsend usually high-scoring I
Lake Norris Tear
A bass of 9 IDS. from to "Round Low Prices 40 St. & Rio Grand-TeL 8625
According W al research
live with cane pole.A announced. The Islanders will op- Bengal threat. er
by Mrs. B. C. Ledford of Eustis. on a shiner se Champagne the I
8 lone Inch shorter than Mrs. Ledford's '; erate independently unless;; a hook- Orland S3,Miami Beach 4O developed seven simplified
bass of 9 pounds oz. 4' ; 1 field will qualify : player FO FT TI''Mayer FO FT T
fish of equal weight, taken In Lake Corrine on a Shannon spinner ; ,over 18 holes up with the St. Louis Cardinalsis McOinnU I a 1 5cbwam., I Z 0 4 systems of indexing, one
't I toss I 00! !OlBrooks 1| !! f 103 :
of 32 Rosalind Ave. Orlando.A i with arranged. ..;,
by R. W. Jenkins Wednesday Dnk4 I f U 1 11OOIdman IUD 0 which will insure fast
bass of 8 pounds. 12 ox, from Sylvan Lake by James A. 32 teams qU !i- I I Lyons, I 0 0 OIS.T. Harris, I 0 II II accur.
Townsend ell l1.Ja"o: t 0 00
Leahy of 1476 Grove Terrace Winter Park who used a fly rod lying for ine New York; Eleanor Miller and Allen Stump a 0 0 OlScnyman: C Z 0 4 k ate finding. :
and popper.A Zaharias champion hip Bryant. Orlando; Joan Whit-I I Fiedler Francisco.c cOO 102 OlOmUce.:Levitt. c coo 102 0 d Regardless of whether you
bass of 8 pounds. 7 oz. from Lake Underbill, taken with fly I flight and starting match play I taker. Bartow. and Jim .. McCtU. I 2 2 III!Nabb. c 3 913
Thursday. Two rounds are on tap Tallahassee Polly Stevens c 0 0 C.Hirtshfield. cOO 0 have one or one thousand
Fort
Orlando.A Riley.
.rod. and popper by H. E. Stivers of 427 Richmond Ave. ;; ; is J. Harris, c 0 0 0
bass of 8 pounds 6 oz. from Lake Tibet Butler taken on a for that day. one each Friday and Worth and Billy Burke. Dayton; I I IRodenbcrc. (215ISawits. drawers of records we can
and two rounds sched- 0 O 0
Saturday Mrs. Catherine Foster. Clearwater.
I
,spoon by Clarence Fountain of Bithlo. Totals 9 S 231 TeUlt 12 It 40 supply a Shaw-Walker filing
finals.
A bass of 7 Ibs. 12 from Lake Howell taken with the 2000 uled for Sunday's and Hugh Hayes Clearwater; Score by period. 1214
ox
I Some of Wednesday's featured Mary Thibeault. Clearwater and :: Orlando _nhh___ 3 1111 23 plan that will save man-hours.,
plug, William J. Knight, ft 1025 Tale Orlando.A the teams I Miami Beach n n 15 20 :31 4O
pairings bring together Frank Stazza Clearwater 1
bass of 7 lbs, 8'oz. from Lake Formosa taken with a Rex composed of Carl Dann and Mary i I v
"spoon, by Albert Ilauser,1637 Ferris St. Orlando. Mozel. Orlando and Babe Zahar- I Zaharios I The flag of the United States r
Babe has seven red and six white stripes.
ias Denver and Gee Walker. Orlando I Cops
A bass' of"7 lbs:; even from Lake Minnehaha taken by Betty ; Joe Kirkwood. Philadelphia -i' Miami Golf TourneyMIAMI I
Koons Orlando with a "pal" plug. and Peg Kirk former Rol- ''I' NO PRIORITY J
A bass of 7 Ibs. even, from Lake Okeechobee. taken on a Johnson lins star of Flndlay Ohio and [API Mrs. Babe I
Jimmy Nichols. Ft. Worth and' of Denver, Colo., won NEEDED
Belle Fred A.
Spoon at Rectors Camp. Glade. Torry Island by "
the
15th annual Helen Lee Doherty
Whitehead of 1321 NE! ,1st St. Fort Lauderdale.The Hope Seigneious. Greensboro N. golf tournament (, \
C. Billy Burke. Dayton. Ohio and yesterdayby Price Reduced
;
judges are puzzling over the entry of a bass reported as defeating Margaret Gunther.
Polly Riley. Ft. Worth and Betty
weighing "seven pounds 16 ounces" taken by P. B. Lundy In Lake Jameson. San Antonio and Ky I of Memphis, Term, 12 and 10 in 9V
I Mary, with 'a live perch for bait. Hiss address is Box 1116 Pine- Laffoon Orlando. the 36 hole finals. Bath TubsBare
castle and Lundy Is Invited to come'to the Scars store to explain Sponsored by Dubsdread Coun- Mrs.: Zaharias women's national 1
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this unusual report. try Club, there will be no admis- 1 amateur champion shot the '
.. Now just out oS the running. Is a 6 pound. 8 oz.'bass from sion charged to first 18 holes in a one under men's 79.50 LET'S GO FISHING'! Or Pleasure ,
P'y Rector's Camp.Lake Okeechobee.taken by WaUice Lutz. Box 188 Belle any of the" par 71. Miss;; Gunther won only one D Aboard I
hole during the round.
morning LavatoriesComplete I
Glade using a "darter" lure. matches. Some- j I
The Mrs. Zaharias
victory
)," " -" e where neighborhood in the of '.. .< I I weeks.two Florida She won victories gave the Tampa in as Wom-many [ Trim "Miss Happy" F mom Lake ApopkaParty : /FRONT-VISION,

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ter Park court Friday night. Joe TIME and performs smoothly/ for a base.'
: Ton Benefit By Our 25 Smith. Orlando; Greensboro Kirkwood and O'Steen shot 17 points to pace NEEDED ORLANDO, FLORIDAA nets lifetime.
Hope Seigheious. the victors. The Wildcat "B"
Years Experience :
I: Next to Colony Theatre i, hina Jimmy Strevel.Nichols.Detroit F$. Worth and ;Doug Ry- i team smothered the Ocoee "B" LIBBY 5 competent skipper-gude( is in charge of parties at all times. i
I i Winter Park 93 : Ford University of Miami; Babe squad 44-11. Miss Happy is docked at "The Gap" on Lake Apopka-travel

a . .. : Wolf. Orlando and Tom Parker. PHILLIPS CUT LOSE fREEmAnr Highway 441 out of Orlando from corner at Colonial Drive and
i '-" '-- Orange Blossom Trail go five miles north to Leonards Corner
BOSTON [AP Outright releaseof
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Owner
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Phillips to their Milwaukee Farm TeL 9869 It :yon are sot a resident of Orange County Florida, :yon are repaired to
UDRIVEITCARS Club was announced last night by 711 W. Church St. have a license= which can be Issued at the lake.
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I I Joe Engle's Baseball Students I[ basemen. 12 third basemen 31 CIGARETTES% ; M.39 *>--. .,*

.......v..,..... [r outfielders 10 catchers and 24
Fast Feature 'Week'sTraining f' -- pitchers were enrolled In the i i ii POPULAR BRANDS
Workouts Meet Stripp Pupils Here Sunday i! schooL j, WRITE FOR ORDER CARD
r Send
Sporting I no money
[Spec ;! to The Sunday Se'rieScr: ,I I There's some pretty good1 I wa.avt ou> root ,
at Exposition Grounds SANFORD-Joe Engle's Washington Senators Base- ',young baseball talent here" headded. '. .aesa.r.1wu..o.r.
, .raaras-.u.u
! If DAVID [PIGGIE FRIEDMAN ry'r5i I ball School attended by 120 aspiring ball players are prep- VAflMa .Uarw00.
The school
[The Sindcy Sentnel-Stor Harness Horse Expert] Brevities ping this week for an inter-school clash with Joe Stnpp'sBaseball Municipal Park Jan.opened 20. and here ends at L JL.: .tr J.L.u1a ..

Fast workouts by Arden Homestead Stable's two-year :. School at Tinker Field in Orlando a week from ,Feb. 20. 1LJ.m, rcas

olds highlighted the week's training at the Florida Livestock I today. I I
Harry Hopman, former Davis
Joe Engle. who heads the I
Exposition grounds. up will pilot Chattanooga's Erewton
Trainer Harry Pownall of the stable drove Mamscot.a Cup player and now tennis writer ,, Chattanooga Lookouts of the;Ala., entry in the Georgia-Florida Ii i "SAY. IT IS SIMPLY WONDERFUL" WAS THE ENTHUSIASTIC -
Southern Assn...
for the Melbourne Australia Her- Washington's Top League, and Dick Bass, who man-
horse originally trained as a trotter but shifted to the I 1} aid has rated Jack Kramer and I d I farm club is in Chattanooga send- ,I aged the Gainesville G. den in I STATEMENT OF A LONG TIME

pace, a mile In the lateral gait In 4.It : ing out Lookout play contracts ,the Florida State League last year WEARER OF HEARING AIDS IN COMMENTING ON
2:37: with the last quarter in :35, I'handled, finally worked In :4H4 la an Ted Schroeder as No. 1 and 2 on but Zinn Beck:, Senators' scout Beck said eight first base-
the season's record for two-year- impressive. performance and the paevxJuvenile. i his world list of the 10 best play-i and number-one aide in running THE BEAUTY. SIZE AND TONE QUALITY OF THE
olds at either gait and drove the prospect.Titan Santa,Hal.Mite in worked 38. very in 31 prom H'lain and* r'.t ers. John Bromwich Australia. |I the school, yesterday said the local NEW MODEL 64 WESTERN ELECTRIC HEARING AID
trfattlng colt, Farcry. a mile in I NttUik a handy one U 3.37-361.. i school would meet Stripp's
2X2 1-2-:35 34. ARDEN HOMESTEAD fTASLETrainers : was third and Frank Parker students in Orlando at 1 p.m. next INSECTSCall JUST TESTED AND BOUGHT. YOU CAN HAVE THAT f

} The aced member from the seem Harry to Pownall have ao.and... Promising Joe MoFadden fourth Barbara Ann Scott, 18- Sunday. I SAME THRILL OF DEEP SATISFACTION IF YOUR
several stables worked better juvenile members and 3-year-old trotters year-old Canadian beauty, won Beck, veteran major league
than 2:30 last week. that trained the PUt week in impressive scout is at the helm of the BOYTE, one of Central LOSS IS NOT BEYOND THE REACH OF A HEARINGAID.
performances. Kilroy (2) went a mile in the women's
;Following are workouts turned 245V.. last i,. in 38.... seconds Pacing -.. R y European figure school's business affairs and Florida's biggest and best Exterminating COME IN FOR A PRIVATE DEMONSTRATION.
Id by the various stables, and all colt. Valon <3). coupled with .Beaterland t' skating championships yesterdaywith talent-seekers, while Manager companies Customers
(2> In 340 3e l 4. t
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horses are two-year-olds unless I The- champ. Titan Hanover (5) went a Gretchen Merril of Boston. Bert Niehoff of the Lookoutsand protected under $5,000
otherwise specified In parenthesisfallowto& mile in 2.25. iaat. >.. in 34 seconds: WaIter five other seasoned players Bond. Licensed and insured.For Audiphone Co. 415 Fla. Bank Bldg. Ph. 2-3516
Spencer 14) in J K 33V, Septa Guard U. S. ice queen second .'John-
SIGNS PRO CONTRACT
: : -Lawson -
out of the chain
the horse's Washington further information
name: (3) in 2:251,1.-34.. ...... Hanover <3) on
WHITE STABLE coupled with Beatrice Hanover' Trainer Ban t4W1U2rdted, : br Us fob i 2:25\.-39 ft. American Ballad (3) coupled British and American amateur Boston outfielder who was waived I tors. etc. Call or write *
Ofcaoa. : with Gale Dean (3) stable name "UweTitan"
W members in
inu>roe4 form trainia their last quartet in 2..23).-33 Vi and Mighty Meat champion, has agreed to a one- : out of the National League this Niehoff has as field aides
at the end of their slow mile itedtea (2) V. In : 0.BAKES > year contract to serve as playing George Myatt. Washington infielder BOYTEEXTERMINATING IF
HsaoTtr. Vi In M seconds last % i ) ACRU STABLE: winter, has taken his case to A. B. ; Early Wynn, Washington
lnl4 seconds. a lest trick Judce Moore Trainer Harry Fiupatrick and ClydeCrlppem professional for the Hawthorne (Happy Chandler who he I CO
in! 371., Ajnee Scott in 37S.; Nlbblemite! lightly trained the seed men- says pitcher. Jimmy Johnson. former
.. i Valley Country Club of Cleveland
38H. Brlht Star la 374. Adeline ,ben in fair time the past week The will reveal his decision after the Brooklyn and Chicago White Sox 224 S. Main Tel. 9532
Haaover In M. the Utter very _lAma:. pacer. March Heir (5). _led with the 0. current baseball meetings OrUnd In your business you need a Public
CqrdeUa H4no ir. Her Grace and Diana. trotting fill,. Sprint: Flower (3) worked smile ( outfielder; Norman Zeazy who
war in 39 Wilbur Hanover, one .( the I In 3'233\.. loot. W in 34 Alciera (Sin ) 11200 of the nation's leading Address
Uvutwit. colts the veteraa trainer ever 2.3637' : Grand Parade (3) in S.22i 32..... a lost trick: Westfteld Olrl (4) rill I SPOrtsmen. educators and game -'L System or an Interoffice

.I I T, ,-, : . .. .. . . r. 2'3411.-31.2.21"-35 The and pacfcra.Prime Zddie Minister Helens(3) C7 m> officials will attend the meetingof !fibi ; : : i Communication System See us
226-33 4 Army Hal (3> in 2:34-34. E. I' the North American Wildlife j Orange County Sportsmen's Assn.
Hal coupled with FrUcoway <2).
J. (2) Conference in San Antonio this before you rent or buy.
'
mile in 37W." Let W In ;;OSV Both are 1
All The Colors very promising week. : w P. 0 Box 1887, Orlando, Fla. \
HATCHCLL STABLE I i
Make War (2> worked a quarter in:41V I I t ,
,. the first time docked: and ia very '1 Pete Fox, formerly with Boston Over 20 years experience at your
promlslnc. The pacera. Rhea Hanover (5). I Please enter my name in the amateur plug [ ] or fly f ] '<
In 229Vi,-37. Blue Asain: ('71 and C. D. and Detroit, has signed as player- service.
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check
one! casting tournament to be held
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In The Rainbow Frisco <4> in 2:31Y.-3* The trotters. manager of the Pawtucket Slatersof Friday at the Assoelation's -
B. J. <3>. coupled with MaeOuff ('7) in l Rally at Bear Lake. f.
t 1.30-36. Be a. B. fl> ia 3.3iaJi.: the New England League .
Kagla. (71 In 2.31-M. 'Managers of the baseball clubs of I
E. POWNALL STABLE: >' :
! Trainer E. Poona worked a few of the Boston Braves system are going : MILLER RADIO CO.
LIFETIME the membera in improved form the put to Indoctrination school at t tII
week. Mr.' Buick (2) *. in :41. Converted Signed: ........ .. .... .. .. ..._._
L Gouda (6) worked an Eaaley trained mile Fort Lauderdale on the first day mumu 139 S. Court Street Tel. 7463
on the trot. in 2:27-34. Promising pros l
of the training
spring season MaD this
entry without delay]
wet Stein Moms" (2) V. in 18 seconds "
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and Expendable rt, awe in 2.42-38. The San Antonio site of the $10- t.---- .
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CHAPPCU. STABLE ,
TILE I i 000 Texas Open Championships ..
Trainer Chappell worked three of his I
1 2-year-olds in improved form. The pacers starting Thursday is the next in
Brodtrlok V. in :3S. Morris ... Directla I
: i :311 V, and the trottlnc colt. Hiltown.formerly line for nation's top golfers I
i 1 Sherman Hanover. ia 40. Hank Greenberg's salary for '47
MISCELLANEOUSTrainer ---- ---- ------ ---- -- -
} For Your Kitchen Harry Pyie. Some err with the may be as high as $80,000 was the '. 1
membera ol his stable worked Mercy Abbey rumor circulating following the
U) tae In 38t big slugger's talk with Pittsburgh I Ii
and Bathrooms Trainer Floyd Hanla worked the converted -
Katherine Tiptoe 48) on the trot officials yesterday Charley
a mile in 2:35 V, 35 and the
green pacer. '
Carla Joile Mite cat in 3.36-36. Trippi has organized an "allstar"Independent
Owner' E E. Nelson worked- the green basketball team with
3-year-old pacer. Tops Scott u in 33aeeonda I Ii
1 --looks promialnc. Lamar Davis, "Rabbit" Smith i
Owner C. B. Mc&eoau worked Ills 3- Reid Moseley. Joe Tereshinski and
rear ld trotting colt B handy. mil in Bill Chonko teaming with Trippi. J'i '
SEMINOLE DRIVING ."RKTraln.r i
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Tom Berry and his "' 1&tallta. i
I W. Hallam and B. Muller, worked their CADDIES GET CHANCE
:rkar:' pacers at fiemlnole Driving COLUMBUS. O. tAPl The Na- I
r ) Improved form. Berry worked the tional Caddy Assn. yesterday set
,
pacer Klake Dale a mile In 2.363
34 43: Poplar Volo and Poplar FDR. a mile Aug. 27-31 for its second annual

e i t i 2 in.37'2-:41 3S->4 36.; ; Highland Arnold .Hanover Lassie. a 3 mile.43-38.in : for tournament molding the and event announced for the plans na : $'Sf gi.t&l';; !! =::=::: : ::::::::"':
I Whippet's Charley 4*-39. Dr. Malone
I 2.43--38. Hollo. 2.40-38, >nd Nan Hanover tion's youthful golf ball chasers :1YI
a quarter In .38%. into "a big league affair."
f TRACK NOTES: W. H. Cone owner of
. I' the Good Time Track at Ooshen. N. Y-. I 8 8W
!site of the annual Hambletouan. richest TODD KEEPS POST

I Complete Kitchen and Bathroom j of trotting W. )C.classic Reynolds in the. country. Trainer ia a Harry guest I MOBILE Ala. API Al Todd EXCLUSIVE AT ASSOOIATED-YOUU: BE
Pyle> sold the fi-year-old trotting mare.Gremlin former major league catcher who
Modernization at. a five-ficure, to C. W.sum Callahan.. Jacksonville. I j piloted Mobile to a fifth place tie 111; AMAZED WHEN YOU SEE THIS
, TRACK VISITORS-. and Mrs Wal- in the Southern Association last le could f
hardly
ter O lboaa. Weatbnry. U L He ia ruing year, signed yesterday in Brooklyn :
secretary at Roosevelt Raceway.: Mr
and ...... Ralph L. Stursls. Norway. Me. to manage the Bears again in believe our eyes when we saw
Mr' and Mra. U W. Edserton. Roch 1947 club president Edgar Allen
i ester. Minn. Mr. and Mra C. W. and value in this f 5 TUB E '
Orlaaie Callahan. Jacksonville Sheriff and announced. the quality M -
Federal .
Home Supply Co. ..... Rex Sweat. Jacksonville Dr.
W. R. Marquis. Madison. Wia Lawrence beautiful 'Radio Phonograph } f fCombinationWe
I' B. Shepard and son. Lawrence B. Madison. Wla. E. A Malcolm Oxford I
Jr- owner of Hanover Shoe Farms Han M1<:h. Mr. and Mrs John Frits. do want
711 1 W. Robinson Ave. Phone 24607in 1 over. Pa. H. V. Bipprell. Hamburc.W. Ann Arbor. Mich. Mra. John Vipond. youto m
f. Y Sprlnsfield. 111. ) Hollydaysburs. Pa. R. R Matthieson.Madison. C 0 M B I NATI 0 N
1 :. A. B'reark6' Louis. Mo L. Ne- Wia.. and SteveSeversen.. Made believe your eyes when you ;!;J
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Will Be Held Today 0
Pinecastle News y
Memorial services for Mr. H. H. 105 ; 1
AVIATION i Complete one of
Dickson. one of the founders of /j { ...' PINE CASTLE-The Pine Castle I
Dickson-Ives who died in Novem- 100 \.. f Woman's Club will meet Mon- Hospital and Sick Room Supplies

ber 1935 will be held at 3 p.m. 95 \ \ 0 day at 3 pjn. in the parish house' INSURANCE Trusses Supports Crutches

today at the Dickson Azalea Park ;90 4 rr! ,.t.., "1." following the executive board An types of coverage for any avia i
E. Washington St.. and Fern 'ZS meeting at 2:30.: On the program tor explained by aa ex.Navy flier Wheel Chairs and Hospital Beds
Creek Bridge, under sponsorship '80t7S will be Mrs. B. P. Walker of Atlanta I World.wide prompt claim service. Sales and Rentals'ffytvncmpson
of the Clvltan Club. under William -I
w.ho studied art
Speaker for the occasion win be -+- HALL Q C
Dr. John Branscomb. pastor of 1 Chase who will speak on BROS. mpanlf.-f1U;.

the First Methodist Church.Mr. .70' "The Necessity of a Hobby." She AGENCY rlosttral- PlmIClANS AND L I
Dickson. who was memberOf 65 will exhibit some of her paintings. i lAWWTOW iurruo AQ[guiruorrJttHEt
the Clvltan Club, is credited Mrs. Walker is a guest for the _4tt_' Otlmm. II
with being the first person to 112 N. Orange Tel. 5189
Winter of her niece, Mrs. S. M.
bring azaleas into Orlando in bulk 329 No. Orange Orlando Phone 7253 2 4250 I
55 Goble. _____ II
and his Interest in the flowers re- The SOS Club will meet Monday
$ suited in many plantings here. m\'J rl" : with the Misses Jacky and Ginger i I
\' }- Wham of the Conway Road. I I
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LemoniuiceRecipe ; :v 0- The Official Board will meet'
I' 'J Tuesday at the Methodist Church. I '
Checks RheumaticPain 31I r -...::. ... Mr. Barbara Ernest. an old
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friend of Mrs. C. J. Sweet of Mt. Let Us
_30 I I I 1I Vernon. Ohio is here to visit at Help
Quickly I I the Sweet; home
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I I I" Mrs: Jii k is entertaining
D matt tram rwwmnlc. uthrttU orMl 10DEAR I
yea iBczpaMtra kam her friend, Mrs. C. A. Heim, of'
ncip UH* that pUa.TliniMMiH try kto MOM an ..... Ot a Met SIR. EDITOR: Here is that temperaturechart went down to 36. fin your readers will clip these I Mobile, Ala
and HB-Ex c-__. twsk apply.. tellm about the tother day when 1 charts month and then in their I II
today rata tt with a qumrt cf tnut Add tee ; I was you every paste scrapbook On Wednesday. only 13 of the Save Your
I ta .., 4 lenoa_ It. w. Ms trouble si. I was in town. Like I always say, folks is always at the end of the year they'll have a complete I Brownies met with Mrs. Totten to ,
all.aid tw*pleae.a elm$a You 4&,..MM Ofte*only__* tebl.epeo.tut. 4 talkin about the weather but I'm the only one picture of our weather's complection. From work on their Valentine project.
--ewenoiCb&-apIeDdId. raulta Man a iobt.latd. what ever done anything about it. As you can see all the reports from up North January was a So many of the Brownies are ill
U tea paIu do sot qtfekly
mad U #o. do Bat feel bruer nun the by lookin at it each day it is divided off an it pretty tough month compared with our 70 aver- !that the meeting seemed very
empty **ceas* sad Bo-Ex WW east TOW quiet and it is hoped they will
log so Ir7 ii 1& Y odd lIy Jots draeeM amkeL. shows the high an low. The warmest days was on I age down here. Thanks for everything an 111 beseein CarWe
I atnduta Y __ "aa4:r-bKk .-noommad.d. ReLieompoe.d byjeerke'a ; the 16 an 17th, when it went up to 86 an the I you with another chart first of next month. I all be a back full again hour soon.on their After sewing working .

OrYade Pay ad alt I vet etra coldest day of the month was the 23rd, when itPrompt CRACKER JIMEconomists I work was put away and the Scout

House cleaned up. Then. the hostesses -
!l for the dav Elinor Lambrick 1
DiscussManagement I and Marie Perry, served cookies to I
the trooo I f
; Mrs. C. McVagh Is
a patient
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have mechanics
ONE CANNOT RESIST THEIR the expert up-to-date tools
%d- ? 7- I APPEAL Of FRIENDLINESS in Florida Sanitarium and I .
AMO COUAite OEAHM6 SO Hospital.
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L St AND WPED GET Dor4TDELAY NJKQP Labor I I and equipment and an ample stock of

STATE AUTO are constantly on the alert for I
bottlenecks the flow Chevrolet and Oldsmobile
I in of mate- genuine parts.
BODYWORKS The Rollins College Economic conference wound up 'rial and machine breakdowns, and

its sessions yesterday with business executives and labor other supervision"The things that can be blamedon

representatives agreeing that management and labor can plan had the approval of
I and must get along together.A I the International committee. Unit-
l Detroit manufacturer, David W. Rust, vice-presi-: ed Auto Workers he said. : Come In Now
1 t dent, Bundy Tubing Co.. yesterday A C I {! A spirited debate wa! held
I added his success story to those during the morning on the sub- :
40 hours a week unskilled workers
Jest "Resolved labor
told the preceding day by ; That
I er-union representatives were receiving as high as $4.99 should have a direct share. in
plants. emPlOY-I' more weekly than they did a year the management of industry." i
Delivery On a Body To Fit ago for 48 hours work. A propor-
He revealed how Bundy, tional increase had been receded Taking the affirmative were ,
a cost saving-shann: I Hobert McKay. Miami Beach and
by skilled workers. '
simultaneously increased produc- Theodore Mischuck, Orlando. Tak- I
Your Own Hauling Needs tion for the management and I "And it has been emphasized ing the negative were Jack T. '
I hiked the take-home pay of the that the sky was the limit in Sayers, Clermont and Joseph A. CHEVROLET CO.CHEVROLET .
workers. I I their extra earnings and that Friedman, Pensacola.. They are
there was no ceiling on what all Rollins students and veterans S
Earlier in the day Nat Kushner ,
'Lindsay engineering has.made it possible, today, international representative I bonus they might receive." There was no decision rendered.I
to build'672 entirely different body sizes and styles United Baking Powder and Up to the time that the plan I Dr. David Miers Heights. pro- OLDSMOBILEWE
Allied Products, CIO, testified : went into effect production had fessor of business administration, :
... out pf a reasonable: inventory. Parts for LS bodY how relations bad been improvedat !' declined and relations with the I Rollins presided.
\ ies*achieve:a high decree of interchangeability. the Rumford Chemical plant were tense he said. A question and answer periodwas
Rumford R. I, through the cooperation Since the bonus plan became held with C. G. Frantz, president .
Lindsay "Stock" models are not limited to a few sizesor of management and effective production had increasedas Apex Electric Manu:arturirg SELL o WE SERVE o WE SATISFY
labor. much as 41 per cent and absenteeism I Co.. Cleveland 0.. J. Whitney
stYles-they are bodies built to your specific needs out "If the cause of strikes was I had decreased 36.7 percent I MacDonald, assistant to the president -
of the warehouse stock conveniently located near you. caught in time, there would be no Losses of scrap materials had Rumford Chemical Works TEL. 2-4441
strikes." Kushner declared. I been reduced 13.4 per cent, he Denzil Phillips. CIO representative 115 W. CENTRAL AVE.
Replacement parts for damaged units are also quickly
I He added that once tense industrial said. Edward J. Mills AFL repre-
available from stock to speed up repairs reduce costly I relations at Rumford had "Our grievances have changed sentative. Rust and Kushner com-

lay-up time for equipment. : been eased down when "a new also he continued. "The Stewards posing the panel. ____
management treated the workers
As always, special Lindsay bodies are available, on i like human beings." I
order, for the fleet with highly specialized operations. "Let me point out another important -I
factor that confronts Industry -I

Winter Park 478 TELEPHONES. Orlando 2-0429 I today," Kushner said.'
"There are about eight million returned -
GIs in industrial plants

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l28gORAN6E>VE WINT RPARK LAi gnaw. W_ Park 47* "I would recommend that a fore- I
man ask a worker to do a task'iiUth1VIi111i'I1dI ; ] [ '

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i The veil-known Grizella Ware Maddox Sales 'IFLORIDA REALTORGRAM- I I Florida Farm Bureau member-

Gift Shop at 13 W. Pine SU has J Sales Keep High Level !ships this year may reach the

been sold to W. J. Bruce well- 'National Realtors be 10,000 oj-ened mark up, with this new Summer counties Field to

known in throughout the East antiquarian for a reported circles -i if I Orange County real estate transactions -I I This figure came as a surprise.! Most sale prices now tend to I Total $$60,000Real Sec Sammy Baker said yesterday.
i for January were slightly to most real estate men who had represent a truer figure of actual "All of our county bureaus are
consideration of $10,000. i iI' been expecting a slump in realty valuations when comparedwith reporting gains in membership.
t, Sale was made through the office ahead of last year records of Cir- I transactions, which the property the I'enerallevelin of post- Install Floridian and the overall picture shows an
cuit Court Clerk Arthur Newell revealed I Estate Broker J. P. Mattox
of Georgia yon Schiller. Heri figures belied. I I war prices on other commodities increase of approximately 45per
tor. yesterday. However, some brokers reported I although admittedly higher than yesterday reported sales totalling I cent," he added.
i! It It planned to re-name tbegift While the 1946 figure was estimated I there had been an upturn in sales pre-war, brokers explained. ;, $60,000 during the last half of | Bf VIOLET DUNHAMExecuti.e Present membership in 34 counties

chop, calling it by its original at approximately $6- during the last of the month. I I However they said the higher January, with "daily inquiries ( eretory. Florida AssocKUon; of Realtors] during 1946 totaled more than
name of the Chimney Corner this month's total was I I Although buyers apparently 6.000. Several] counties, including At
300,000. of construction and the :from Northern clients and local OF THE WEEK in real estate and Realtor ; .
Bruce said. The entire I costs new
approximated at $6,400,000. were tending to comb the field EVENT Orange. Jackson and Columbia
stock is being 're-arranged to These figures are calculated i i before making purchases sales I possibility of lifting or rent ceilings buyers." is the installation meeting of National Associa- have set themselves goals of 1,000
provide room for a selection of from the sale of stamps on recorded [Still were being made on better I: were tending to stabilize real Bulk of the final January sales tion at Statler Hotel Washington. Florida Pres. AI !members this year.
antiques which will arrive In I valuations they asserted. 'estate prices. reported by Mattox involved small
Orlando soon. deeds.DeLand. acreages and houses near Orlando. Werly of St. Petersburg, was installed as National direc-

Bruce said he believed Orlando I Sales listed included the following: tor. Thomas O'Hagen DuPree of Miami Beach was in- 1630 Aloma Ave.
has the best opportunity for S. M. Slier and wife. Orlando, stalled as SoutheasternregionaloG I
growth and development of any i Center to L. W. Carruth and wife, Mait- vice-president of the National I Winter Park
Florida city and that is why he land. a 38-acre bearing grove in Jay L. Heann, past president of I can be moved when houses are Open for inspection Saturdayand
chose this as his new home. He is I $" the Windermere section; Donnie Florida Assn.. is honored by Na- V>re down in a slum elimination Sunday. 1 to 5 P.M. 5 room
home a to Robert A. tional Pres. Fitch project Consequently they tile bath. 8 1
planning; on buying: a here I Waters. Longwood. Morgan as a garage.< orange
t and Mrs. Bruce and two children P.S Wilhelm and wife of Michigan a member of his 1947 Executive pointed out that slum clearance 1 trees Lot 60x135 and partly
are on the way here now. I Plans Reported VC six-room furnished bungalow and Committee At the installation cannot be tied in as an emergency furnished Sacrifice. Make
YA" CC measure for a partial solution of
t five acres on Highway 17-92 and dinner many Senators and Congressmen offer
the Longwood-Oviedo Road; Sher- were guests Con. the housing shortage. but that it
Plymouth Company ty T A. PRICE man E. Lewis and wife Orlando, Peterson was guest of Pres. Werly must be recognized as a long-term

[(Our Own Staff Correspondent] ., i Ys ..C.. to Herbert L. Bussell and wife, and Sen. Holland guest of Jay program State representativeswere
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Qualifies Under Continued activityon Orlando a six-room furnished Hearin National Pres. Fitch careful to point out also that CHROMITE
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bungalow near the Kaley School. immediately left for his tour of slum clearance and public housingare
east of the
State Tree Program the grounds Just occupiedby John Byrd and wife, Lockhart the United States beginning with far from synonymous and
business center formerly is to Eldon L. and James T. Pruett Florida where he will appear in I cited examples of better use for METAL TILE
(Sol!<: 11! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] the College Arms Hotel reviewing Orlando, 15 acres on the Golden- Tampa on Tuesday, Feb. 4, and in slum locations such as industrial
.. PLYMOUTH The Wenalden speculation here regarding rod Road; N. L. Hughes and wife. Miami Feb. 7. areas The whole approach was
1 Co. of Plymouth has qualified 527,! the plans of Francis P. White- Crossv le. Tenn.. to Edwin L. |I on a common sense, realistic facing Proven Quality By
acres of timberland under the hair who bought the property recently Sperry, Chicago a frame bungalow of things as they are. !
with the announcementthat Y+ g VLOKIDA RECEIVED ronrrat- 25 Years of Use!
Florida Tree Farm program sponsored I and five acres in the Conway sec
by the Florida State Cham- he planned to utilize it for tion. .1'ulatlons for its fine mem- Fosgate Buys LotsS
modern business increase in 1946 from Better rtirulirly for Fiends M..aaMit
the erection of a bership
ber of Commerce and the Florida I [ at to Thp Sunday 'Sent,nel.Star] I* mud of purr tint end win neverrunt '
center. Pres. MorgaiuFitch. who was Ketthtr will mildee IU
Forest Service.In t mar
Beach CLERMONT
; Bowman and
& Development -
raw. j membership chairman fr twautr-for there ire nO exposed
1940 the company began These plans call for the COn- I NAREB in that Brown Co. hate sold a number of cracks' '
? practicing fire control work on struction of department stores r Planned Near Tampa 'year.' lots in Indian Hills and several

? the tree farm and was included super-markets a theater, and er: a A n 0LA tbnecral, to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] I tracts of land nearby to the Chester I The lustrous urfire.. Is babd-In teepermanencyIt '
H1 never' chio peel
in tbe Orange County fire con any other business buildings TAMPA-Plans are underway ''REPRESENTATIVES from 15 C Fosgate Co. The consideration -I nor fade Sanitary and completely
*s' trol unit which was organized which may be contracted for for development of a public bath- including was not announced. I water-tight I
In 1940.A on long-term leases. ing beach and recreational area at Florida met Jan. 25 in Washington. '
complete system of fire lines adopted a 14-point plan upon F.H. A. APPROVED
Treasure Island here, to cost "mil Eustis
at the tract on I Property Sold
Some
activity
the Florida For-
was initiated by I lions of dollars," its planners say. I which they will build slum elimi-
est and Park Service in 1944. Also E. New York Ave. where wreckage The City of st. Petersburg has nation programs at the local and [Sre- ol to The Sunday Sentinel-Star! METAL TILE CO.
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in 1944 the defective diseased and from the old College Arms Hotelis I agreed to convey a 50-foot stripof State level without Federal subsidy EUSTIS-Mr_ and Mrs. Harold '
inferior trees. were marked and piled in preparation for building Gulf-front property to the I They emphasized that A. Stutzman have sold their prop- 58 E Central Opp Clock Phone 4271

cut.The a new hostelry has led to the I group, and another 4.500 feet is I no shelter now exists during the erty on Lake Woodward to Earl Kitchen' Drai boards RecoveredINTERLAKEN I
company planted 11 acres belief that work will soon be tinder "x r 5act. now owned. by them. I housing shortage to which people Wallace for 13000. :
of slash pine In 1940, 12 acres in way to give DeLand its most + SU --- -- -- .- ---
modern and luxurious hotel ac- \ 4
1941. acres In 1942. and 12 acres -
in 1943. The survival record has commodations.The I

been good. residence in the Eureka THIRD GENERATION AT ZOO-Nonnie, a baby kudu or South
subdivision built by Dominick Vit- African antelope poses with its mother at Chicago's Brookfield zoo

Dixie Service Station saras under the Reconstruction where\ it is a third-generation newcomer. Robert Bean, zoo director. I I41
has been sold
Housing Program by
said the baby is worth $1,000 i I !
Purchased by WeissMax that owner to William E. Grubbsfor 4

and Ben Welts, proprietors 5500. Leo' '' kFlead'
of the Bledsoe Fuel Co. have purchased John C. Wolf has sold his resi- -
REA Hikes Power
the Dixie Sales and Service dence in the Park Place subdIvision Consumption as' rEw
Station and Garage at W. of Howry's DeLand to Rich- isis
South and Boone Sts. from C. R. ard C. Brand for $6.800 and Wal- '
'Thompson the realty office of ter H. Dammann disposed of a I On Electrified i State FarmsLarger I Z's

George Kltteredge announced yesterday furnished house in the Phippens 1 t lB .
subdivision to Lora F. Houston for supplies of electrical energy are needed to 2 2 as.'I
Approximately $25.000 in cash 5000. the electrified farms of 'X 95'aor
meet rising consumption on 11 95 .
was paid for the business. In addition Transactions under the $5,000 + % sr
a 25-year lease for the mark during the week numbered ida, according to managers of the State's 17 Flor-I 23 16Se

building and property was negotiated only 13. showing a marked lull in rural electric systems. ,
for a total lease consideration activity. Reports to the Rural Electrification M'< i.a "
of about $96,000 for the 25- < el3 l2 m
dicate that the REA-financed systems It
year period. Volusia District Leases in the State distributed more 24' ai Ste. n
The transaction was closed fort to serve these consumers as I
of
kilowatt hours power during
through the law office of Homer Pensacola Bahia Plot the 1946 fiscal year [ended June rapidly as possible. 15 + no. 1
Wright. Even though their building ,os
program
301 than in 12- I
[Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] any previous 9' tt ra
handicapped by an
was
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DELAND-Volusia County farm- month period. 26 es
Aids acute shortage of line construc-
Zinc'Phosphide ers co-operating with the Volusia More than 18,388,000 kilowatt tion material the REA-financed .5' 4 "." O J'a
Soil Conservation District will be rrr
Melon Field Mice FightSpecial hours were distributed to consumers systems in Florida connected more 27OS
furnished without cost a supply of
[ to The Swiday Sentinel-Star Pensacola Bahia grass seed froma on REA-financed lines than 3.900 new consumers dur- \ I
daring the 1946 fiscal as The O.
year ing the 1946 fiscal
year. sys-
Lake Coun-
LEESBURO-Many lot leased by the district here
compared with only 3,496,000 tems have plans completed for the LAKE 28
have Ua
ty watermelon growers reported from the City of DeLand.
kilowatt hours in fiscal 1941. construction of new lines to serve
the
good success from use The district will prepare the
of zinc phosphide in poisoning land and furnish the fertilizer and I The increase in consumers approximately 12.000 new con- 90 8 9 lo:
mice in newly-planted watermelon the U. 8. Soil Conservation Serv- served by the system from 5.700 sumers. 29 \:

fields.The ice will furnish the seed and a in 1941 to 16.000 in 1946 accountsfor Plans for further expansionare FAIRVIEW S ;
use of zinc phosphide instead technician to assist in the 4 6
planting
part of the rise but an even now being worked out ,by 4
of strychnine was Introducedin it was reported by I District Chair- greater factor is the tremendouslyincreased the individual systems and will % & P
this area by Dr. O. K. Farris man Leo Fugle and SCS District use of electrical farm 1 soon be forwarded to REA with 30 ,r r
pathologist in charge of the Lees- Conservationist R. E. Witherell of production equipment by farmersof applications for additional loansto I 5 aa dse
burg Experiment Station. Orlando. Florida. finance the constructionwork. sl e e U"

During the war years, when + 31 4 "

BEST BUYOn Seasonal Rentals farmers were assigned huge pro- Latest reports Indicate that the
duction quotas in the face of number of electrified farms in
Route 17 & 92 Up 247 Per Cent '
rapidly diminishing; labor supplies Florida has increased from 5,700In 3 i'Nx
Package-Cocktail Lounge and Special to Trw Sunday Sentinel-Star] they turned to the use of elec- 1935 when REA was establishedto 31a
Restaurant CombinationDeal SARASOTA-AN average increase trically-powered machines. I
more than 29,000 in 1946. 5
with Owner of 247 per cent in seasonal Most electrical equipment has I ,p LAKE
Box 14-S. Star rentals here between September been scarce for the last few years 33 C 1W
Cukes Start
1944. and November. 1946, was rePOrted and is Just starting to come on Trough
in a Bureau of Labor Sta- the market in quantities. As more Blooming In Lake .,s" Z 5. 0 SARAH
tistics survey made in connectionwith
equipment becomes available and I
INSURANCEURGlftftV a property,owners' move to new farm production devices are [Special to'The Sunday Sentinel-Star] 3 f ol ,.

lift rent controls. perfected, an even steeper rise in GROVELAND Some trough 'a!'
4uRETY BONOS The survey found that rent lev- consumption of electricity per rural cucumbers in this section are in '- 55 5
els on 45 per cent of all rented bloom now. I
is expected.The .
consumer
homes here had risen 45 cent. '
Q'NEILlLEEsRESTAURANT per ,
war-time demonstrationof There are some 300 acres of
As a whole the total rent bill
the value of electricity in trough cucumbers in South Lake
went 76.2 In
cent the
up per survey
period. farm production has created County this season. If weather
s more Interest In rural electrification conditions continue to be favorable -
than had ever existed an early crop Is expected. ,
Lake Growers'Raise before.

Georgia Tobacco Plants the Many estimated rural 32.000 families unelectrified living on Jas. Gamble Rogers II _

Special[ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] farms in Florida have been wait- Architects Engineers _

Well Known TAVARES-A few growers in ing for service since the early daysof Building Consultants
Lake County are raising tobacco the
Excellent Location plants for sale to Georgia farmers war. POST OFFICE BUILDING 1
The REA-financed systems in
this year. the State are rushing work on WINTER PARK. FLA.
Crossed App. $60OOG-191S The plants have already sprouted j
their distribution lines In an ef- s.aa+t 3
3-Year lease-$5,500 Cash and will be ready for trans- ;
planting &OOn.Johnstons +I3. t16 kKJt 441tYtf1Y "
$150 Per Month ,,

Sell Land I I
Exclusive; LUMBER-BUILDERS' SUPPLIESFraming e.wr .
[Special ]to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]

Kiitinger Realty has EUSTIS-Fort bought a piece Mason of property Fruit Co.on Sheathing Siding ,

Phone 2-0074 or Z-2852 State Road 2 from Mr. and Mrs. Ceiling Flooring Doors I
Jack A. Johnston for 11600.
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Owner C. Schwartz-San Juan Hotel O. Box 787 KISSIMMEE. FLA. Phone 5324

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t of the IS most active 1atcrl&&IO boa ..... 13 1344 12la 15 Court Records I Minimum charoe McSunday > P O. pl.c 0.
If: lat Han_ ....._ 6 75"5 15% JEWEL CHARM -
:2,10O-201 up IVi lat NICk Caa ...... 9 364k 311'4 3644 MARRIAGE APPLICATIONS Minimum charge Tic Ale p. SU cold IAN pca,
.e> Sou 23.MO-* up V4 lat Paper ......... 27 5044 .9i 50441st Ward 36. barber. machine ..n. 17.SO: (LI
H. OO-5V up Ml Tn A Tel ..... 57 16" 16110 16".1ohasil..Tm. Comr,L Henderson, Huskey Zenwo. t ConsecutIve Dais 18c ln S a> pralent s
IgAOO-14Vi UP */ .4 .. ,.Addl.l. Rites 1 ConsecntiTe Days 15c Ile a da? m.dun. Belna Car
..... 15.200--U1t. NP Vt TomorrowFuneral i (Count > Anrue UseS up .ok .ar..
..... S 15' US 153olollCtl INSTaUMENTS FILED teed. 806 W AmelIa Ave .
NEW 14JOO-43Vk up %s I: L 5\1 ..... 44 11'7 17" Dawn Sir to Carey Hand et a tm. Natienat Out State Hatee
SteckM O .& W *aOO-IftVa up V ICLas John \ et si to Orlene Glover I.1 Insertions. SOc WE ARE HAPPY to announce we
M i_ 1s P 4> s>.e .. 00-134 up *>* McParland adm'gtvtrstors deed $10 Sial pr lu are, in no way connected w,to any
.... Dan
**O -1 V* ". ch Qty South 14 27"2'- 2'Ji.a..tt % Z5
Std Ass services for
2* .rails *7.--.aJJ. $0 M Cop ..... 11 41% .9 49110Kropr Bessie Glover Cunningham et vie t Mr. James T CDtl,. D. lIne s du ether sop in Orlando. We were nbisinr

55 I, eta rtils* Pict T,9OO-TV* up Vi C. ......... 3. 4tt 46% 4644 J Orlene Seaboard Glover McYaln acd R 10. McClure Slemons. 63, pioneer Orlando 3 Unfit guaranteed our Ohio wink for 1years Our permanents ard-
........ <> Mfr T3OO-II up / L -ti' leaw t Tom AH Want-Ads start tn the Orlando are 8650 and up We cordia:
4. h.nd* .900-12 up II. Lacleda (14. ........ .6 6 w I% IW ; 15.0." et to J B For merchant who died Fridayin Horning Sentinel end are invite, our Northern frimdc well
Ie itt ( t Lt o. OO-2 V% M LoIuJllt C A N ..... 5 11'% 11" 11LlbUF \. hand wd $10 .a.d u Orange Memorial Hospital, will i' printed In bt the Sentinel, end athe public here Ray a Ltopia.Beauty
t* 2nd .JM--a4 up VUR (;:- ...... S 56" :2644" 5ii'", __ *w4.ww.. J C Slaughter ct L E Degas ct The OD the tame Salon sos
It Rids. Ubbj SIcS ....... 15 10 10 10 mtg $220. u t I!be held at 1 a. m. Monday from I date dial 972o \a.&L.
M i..4* __ (A 1'] :New Ted etoek Uo; 1456stt A. 34 B..... 3 9444 I. 9444 Wt.1 et vir t V..1 I The W.nt-Ad Department open
Tra Mdi $1511 lAw Last Luclobeed Ait' ......-22 1844. 18'4 lOa / I Pealand Gunma .d I the Slemons home. 112 Palmer st'l from 8 30 A U toCPli I dallp 15 Schools and Instruction
, yeteway : ('" ..... I 10""%" 10'4 10''%" t ew'. lac ......... 27 26" 25i 26Loriflard Elenor, M Lewis affidavit 'The Rev. Lindsay Sunday from 9 to 12 A M
M*; ..ttlt : .. .... I 38% 38% 38% IPJ ...... 7 21110 21 21Mack I Walter Johnson ct HZ to 8 B Bill Jr McNai w ACCOUNTING ,enEincennt
..... 5 $34 $% 5 et ux lt$iOO. ficiate and burial will in Green Deadline for Sunday P.pr 6aturcai School International C orrrS III

-- NEW .....:00 5'4 5 5'4 M Truth ...... 4 55"55"- 53i Mos Rolluu t Dr. Mae Starr wd wood b i NonAdnrl"u cute, Schools. local r"rnr... .1

I tinued ...... 7 .5'1io.5 SlY Mac, tRILl ........ 7 '::59% ::59% !9lIIanne % -_, S10Donald Walker to Mary R Byer auign I Cemetery. I are lufe,to notl- L O Rowe Box 2974 ,. -> _

fly. .... 5 17734 176""%" 17644 M41aa4 .... 29 844 8" 844N&g.LaU '.3. 52. Active pallbearers wm b W. A. In tmmtl.tl Sentinel errors.Star LOOK TO DIESEL POWER-Mrn
market ....._ 12 3'3' 37' .. Burr et John Miller thcl .& ,
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t'leld a 331s 11. a. K.lt .t I look you See the
will : for only
one proT"
re .r..nd
J. T.
....... .4 9% 944 I''%" I Menges Haile. R. H. Arring-
of M&fl.6 (GL2 ....... 5 32 31" 33M.dCost _ et 80. I Incorrect Insertion made ', during the ast 10
one &a4 .... U 744 7'4 T44 Pet ...... 1 36" ii1o 56'1'!, olu H ,et u t Burr Kno..ltl ton, A. P. Michaels S. Yon and years Railroads, power plar.v tar
I weeks of ......... 2 .5'4.5 .5 M..kaa.Tess. ..... a 7', 'Ios 'II.M [API PRES. TRU- mtl L I You Can Place Your ton trcto. hundreds of Pro
: FcIJ .... 10 54'1io 5214" 54'." _'",. 4Sst4 ....13 61'" 6044 61I Tom" J Swtsringen et ux to Burr Gaynor Wiggins Honorary pallbearers Want-.\d by Telephone aDPI.bs Dp.1 ens r-' n-rd.
The 1: ..... 5 S'4 S '. MAN sent to the Senate recently et ox Take .'
p.w s
Murray Curp ...... 12 14k, 14'a! 1444N..6.a..his.t.r tcd ,, Irn rps w
"
IrIs Bronson ,. to William Measeret will include Dr. H. M. .
: a pi.... 1 aa% 5244 2244 the nomination of Biddle. 11 Dial 41S1 to make Dlc.el briwht lUl'- ', jropportunity

gin .... 4. 29os IS% 2944 N .... 19 19 18,. 18% I former Attorney Fanci, to Irlo nx wd Branson$10 et to Charles L Fools ': BeardaQ, William Beardall, E. W. how Write, for la, I- on
; : L& .... 40 14"%" 1444. 1.% rep U you can get practical Ira; re in
during ... U 16'4 1644 ltd ul1aea$ ...... 4 1414'a! 1444 resent the United States on ,et ux wd S1O (2.. : Hansel, Bumby Diesel and ma ;Fran,'p in.pare
"t 8 $4 % Joseph o"r.to :
Sat Ass. Eti ...... 17 1344 1344 1344 .J WiUiams et ax t P C HarreD et .Fk 6. Flowers and Wreaths Dese: Tiairpg.
:'ment to in ...... 17 36" !6' 364. United Nations Economic and Ublba
Guernsey Guernsey. I
7150 Bac..h ........ 3.Jo. 31" 3144 3144 ux It 15. ad Fa Box 65 S-tar
.... 5944 I' _
i: ::reported .:.JI...... 14 136 551 56'a 3544! 35'%! ,1'\.t' CaD .......... 10 1344 13', 13110.l.t Social Council He would succeed ...and. _IA"D to Bernice FUNERAL SPRATS-Individual attention. REAL ESTATE LAW
it .... 5" 44 64 Caa !i., ...... 15 40 3944 40ltd I, John G Winant, xeslgned. v" ., Kittinzer Florist 64 E. -ard rra"'eprpu.twn .
tons Ret William a Blakeiey et nx C Obituaries I for broker ar i :r
: .. 173" Valq I'M .... 11 32" 31 3z: '41.t t F.D I pho, 4643.io New r s
'td 11 In% In% Likas et ux wd $10 C.Dt.l. man cs! es sta- r. 'I f 'nr
f most ........ 2 5" 83" 639 JJta1UlCl l, ..... ad 2(,;' 20'.4 204414s4 Minnie Ion Wiim. et vir to Wi.mla MRC. B. BECRUITII Come to off.ce and > ..mic for
........ 1 56'4 56'4 56'- l.Jp..m ....... 29 1644 2-4 249. K Seeman : Baby Sitters-Child scholarship s a&ces i iI : Mr. Charles B. Beckwith. 85. a Car
lI ...... 15 11 17os 17'110 S.t I'ow I: U ..... 12 15. 1" 144 !i W J : Jr et ux Oi George F Ba' Lw. 139 E P. ph. bo6t
t The : ........ 4. 35% 24 35'1io' SI 4 Coqt ......... S 2.5 2244 23 Auto Production et nx wd ,' native of Chelsea. Vt. died Friday BABY Child rare by day hour or
,the ..p ...... 30 U '40 .1 :....pon ladult .... 1 3144 3144 1144s Georie Byal ct a to W J Wilson Jr I IInt night at h home. 315 Bay ,,. 'care provided 16. Traiel Information
li c..ua1 ILK ...26. 203. 1944 20'10' et ux wd $10 also babysitter
Co .... II 1.4 1444 1444 pleasant
rundln.
s.
ceedings. (4.0.15 .... l' 1S'I u'* 1'4 7YAitti.p1.. 1 89 99 99 I Imp Fund t Irlo Bronson deed Run.He : 103 B. H.rud: a-3296CHTLDS .__ AIR HESERX ATIONS and II ckr.. A.I I Ilines
f ter'than .... So Aa Acisiua H. la 10% 1044 1044 172.5. leaves his widow Mrs Sarah 9unnlland Trac. Sui. jjE
4)1
to steels .. ..... 3 I 15 5J9"" 5Z"93"4"%" 53\0 1'\un"' Allier Co .... 16 .II"% 3144 3144tun.rs : Add.C$Mar. et al t A R Destrichetet I Russ Beckwith; a daughter. Mrs. KURS&Lne aged ladjr Excellent in: for I.nt.M.dd. _Pine Phone 53O1 j

first : ....... S 35" .5"4 55\ : oUhio. Zsc.1.C ... 52 Z13 I. 20 205 Climbs SteadilyDETROIT Jn"D Fulton et nx t Bar, B.t, I 1 Alice D Hal South Lancaster, ,. 60 S-3tar___. HAVANA CUBA-All-e\cen ..... ... ,
5 24% 24% 2444 I et ux wd $10 n ter Travel Service JO Pine
though. ........... Mass. son Harley Beck-
...... 10' 67. 7 oil S 251. 2'-,- 2344uu Azsie Use Jackson to Harold S HebLbard a CHILD CARE SERVICE by the, hour Phone 5301. J
'. ing in 6u. v..rp .... 3 1244 12 1244Ut. et ux atsign mIx $ ftith. Boston. or day private bow. excellent rare a __
Unator ...... 1 3144 .51"4 311' CUP) Auto proucj j Belle "'20. Williams by ,experienced Mothers. 102 Har*- HAVANA and Nassau by boat or
.Williams | services win be E
held at
Funeral
..... .
: .2 13" 22'4 2344 v..u.-ID, 44i&u ..... 3 711 711 'I wd $10: t I ard St. plane Cell Orlando Travel, Service
_
: ........ .7 15'1io 15""%" 15""%" tion in the U. S. and 2 in the Fairchild
c. pared P Caada i I Annie L et to Wilbur U I pjn Tuesday t.ADY-Csre, for baby 118 E Central, : dial 9504
..... I 2344 2334! 23_ Pac "a. A IJtrc .... 4 42 .IW 4134 climbing slowly but steadily despite Smt_ .t t C.I I MIDDLGE -
and Smith qed $ Chapel with the Rev Herbert Winter Park ONE DAY TOURS-Silve, SprinTs.
... ..... 1. inv.ld. Il 8
15 1. 1744 Pac 'n. Coa. ...... 4 544 S-, 51.1.ao Joe S Burch to T M et al wd $10 I
% P.
tight steel suphes and has Brit or call at .nu Ave W
stretch ...... 3 38 38Y Burial To.e. d Cy.reo
3844 .larlneID.B
..... 25 Walter Johnson et Fir Fed > Hatwel offciatmr. 'i
444 5'a
........ 5 24'' 2."" )ur 11 I made good start toward a goal : .' WILL CARE for t.o ildr.n asrdn. Trait, Bureau
450.000 2.110 %" % 1.. Al .... ;11 ... a and Loan Assa mtg $ 6OO. i b Wodlawn Park. iness please telephone, 2 for-bu Slnl.. 5301
Aln.y 1 1. 1. -
.. .....
la ''OJ, 98 J P
9844
.... % of five million units this year. S B Jr caa to Walter Johnson '
;cluding ........ 10 1'4 1944 I.I IlctU', 4 291 H CIC."O. SAN ,
i 1944 ... 4 4 wd $10 i iJ I FRNDn.nsPl...
.... 5 2020 20' Pak P.th.(Mo.,. .}..... 9 12'4 America and Canadians will i H Moran rt nx to Fir Nat Bank mtg MRS. C. SI. CARLSONFuneral :. shareand
........ 5 4344 43""%" 43'4 144sus, (JCJ ...... 1 .7. 11 get all of the production except $480 I I services for Mrs. C. M. 11. Special Notices help drive 2-3219

....... I. 48'4 .8'4 484k Aid ..... 6 I \ 14 \ some 350,000 cars and U. S. C.r J Kicker ,t F M Pell et nx sm Carlson of 614 Azelle St.. Tampa. SNI CAUR-Dr\r.
Pell-D 1' 11 tck. Bronsop ux to Harry A JOT ,
.. circle
at 67.6. 9 1344 12" 1244 Pu. MIt ........ 26 "dI AMANDA-Psychic readings
........ 249 2d'l&' 3844 ... 5 21 export quotas on panger IO. mother of V. W. Estes Orlando W rd 2 30. aovire on ail problems 3. share ,expenses Inquire 411 Ouoby
15.-s-G.is 29
;30 29 ,
...
last .........116 1444 13% 14% 80,1..-,. Co.. I 59' 594; cars are a little over six per cent' Harry A Jury to Irlo Bronsoa mtg $5OO real estate dealer and former I 561 W Columba., 2-233 Ave Dinsdale. or e
Irlo Bronson
On ..... I 3.% 34" 3444 u...... 17 4044 59'40 a. of output but no manufacturer Chrl.s Foote K ua0 I mayor be held in Tampa tomorrow ADVICE- Pyhi readings dally & 8 praYOLNO-
ilia'1. ...... 12 1919 Pbipi l. i mtl 110. wi 2 Hou.'
1944 1919 ........ I 26 lbP4.4s to meet that et nx to Anna circle Tues Thu. 30 JAN want. ride .
points .... 261 figure Osterhouseet 10:30: a.m. She would .
(MOb U 15'1& 15'4 11429 28 29441441.p exete ,et al wd S10 44 i W. Church Si. Riu 1Z Ret or around the Is cocA
upturn I :i":::::: : 4244 4234 4244 Frank Bo&tleman, et ux to Clinton Gar-I have been 80 this month. Nelli ClHrrv. oficephooe.1085_ driver: will help on expense Ob

was the : ...... 2 % 29": 2944 IPbJlp ....... 51 51' 5' IYta. makers limping along with sIn Brook spl wd $10 One of Tampa's pioneer residents ALICE CARLIN-Room SO4 Florida 8311
.I..ad .... 3 5 3'4 3\ CAr .... C Arthur Yergey et ux to Ruth Evelyn Bank Bldg. Superlluous hair per-
11 3 1 U' I short steel supplies get a big : having moved there with
riod 1' ,
Ala .... 10 16'1&' 16''%" 1644 ''Pru'r A (..m 62' % 'i Pattertuu-wd. |, mnnrntly r"l..nd. Phone .0. 17. Hauling and Moving_
.. ..... 67 1& 13" 1" Pub h.e N J _. .. 4 24% .a 244. shot In the ar uhtn new rolling I: Frank E Wright rt m to II T Dthlsut her family 56 years ago Mr.Carlton BARBE StUVlCE chairs read to

day ....... 19 19 1814 19 Ipolh... ........... 8 61 24' 10.I mil! pet production New et ax 10 died Friday Born Fairfax ou with fst elfirient wnIre ALIE VAN UNJ. INNallon.
Co ...... 4 37 6" 37 ... ... t I A D Wpll et ax to Harry A Jonrs etIB All IT r ion shop We ,clove at 0 hO'ei old r xxii
Jell. 1." Ol. 6 2"1 2"1 23), will add 2 1-2 million tons t I! wd $ S. C.. she moved to Palattca shortly Side, Siop6O E .5'3. Cj Fidelity e .. \.r.1."
.. .... 4 8174 61 ill.i I Raa.i" l.s B..br .
Herbert B Pettes et ux to W J Ken for free ., ,
New rp ..... 21 21 ao'. 21 Carp ........ 56 934 944 the supply by July. et ax wd $10 after her marrale. and later mov- BOARD TOOK RlCTNCThorvs st the .st. on W .Jackson-.

'fastest; ., ..... I nq, Uy Uy i Rad.I&.lh ....... 3 I. IS! IIRi" 9\I Even at present levels, more Lillian P Wash to Milburn Stearns ed to Tam.pa. Aisles Lodge Stable Cssselberry 8t.d.lan.Phone. 2.Ia.-3t84 5.61
...... S 3344 3244 3144 R. ..... 3944 3 359i4pu6 8 executor, deed $25 i Fla. Enjoy riding el al marked MAV7HJ TRA\M1 =
20 3-4. than 4 million motorists and AFRO ()WFR CO
63 8044 19t 2044 Aua ....... ( $5t 99 Orlin D DcKcma ct us tv charlotte H'Nflr.iLSERYCES ell tra'i. Phone P.. tong distance moving Call l Joiner
at 31 ior....:: 11 52% 51% 524* K.pub Iled ....... 4 294 I. 21% 29 1 truck operators can expect deliveries Gero mtg $300O For the Rev. Ella White will beheld Van and Storage, service fur free
134 14.: : 1'ao ... U 13" 13'4 1344 Re..ri 4 B 2344 2344 2. by 1948. La'han A Rob.rt et ax to Henry L BOAT TIP from Ml Dora to Silver estimates: also local moving storacepackinc .
.._.... 30 24110 24'4 2444 T ... 3 4241 Edwards mIl 16 Sunday at 12:15: pjn from tlu"h th beautiful Ok crating erA shipping 14OO
.
232. -, ..... 21 I8.. 9744 9844 I j1id u t At this time last jear the industry William 1Usa et a to Walter KLeland the Congregational Church. in swabs -.nr. Bat Wo.1 8 Division ph 7988.
ft 3-4. .... 1 .7'4 4744 4744 ..... 5 al wd $ phone 3223 Mt Dora JFia.
51r, 2'" % 214465t41p had made about onethirdthe Winter Park with the Revs. SELF- YSTTM=
I ......... 1 313. 155 153 IN5 ...... 10 1'" 1' 1144itchesley George W Steven e ax to Adam U I i' Luis CrtAISCOREIREBrle. ImT iRIVE-UR-the hour day or
cars and trucks produced-so rich wd $10Claude Schultz and Lenthia .
.... ,
Lesser P 12 aa'4 a7"4 .8 'Otil .... 3 4644 4544 46bc.ri i H Wolfe ct ux to Prudential I LUis week Pickup or stake body. 904 M
: Ir ..... 20 15"4" 15' 15" R.c ..... ,' far in 1947, mainly due to theGeneral Ins Co mtg $7aOO. ciating. The will be forwarded I O Hilton 1239 Mt. Vernon Are Orange Phone 24064HEAVY

: U ..... 34 11' 11'% IH, Mnd. la......... 5 .11'.6}; %. Motors strike and other Ethel P Cox Gieser affidavit North for interment at a FARR riding stable; has started the EQUIPMENT HAULING anywhere
i'ear. ...._. 1 .5 45"%" 4544 s.U I.00 .... 1 29. 2944 slowI 'I! Aagebilt, Holding Co to C D Brown wd riding club .aan. for children, age in Florida vtatt 8miU
reconversion -
,.. .u. 18 31 14 3144 31', Mmla C. ..... .0 a.O ..0bIOI. ;: $10 4 later date. 8 >o 14. Four SOc lesson rides, lor 8-3588
", 6out..259.. 5"4. ." ........ 17 16 % lb0ucusyYacuaig I Mutual Life Jus to Frank XVelse $1 Phone 2-348. _ _
...... 7 a9'4 a8la *944" .... .0 1 1444loAm44AP. 1 i W Garden Citrus Growers Assn tmH"r For Mr. Herman Bellon. 71. who GOLF CARRIER iNOLBEK', Local movlnn
ton a ...... 16 17' 1744 1744. .... 1 1 1'. 4%. I Sanford Farmers Market ry B Goodrich sm Friday at home. 16 Ernes party resell WANDWI cntn.'. parkIng Alsoagent
......... J8 1914 19 19'4 Pdl .... 45 43 .4\ Hur B Goodrich tt al to MiO V TaD- die h from Mrs E. H Gif 1332 W. for Long D stance
of the ......... 13 a2.Z'.4 .2.... lulhr.l.thn. R, ... 16 01 47; ..7"Snnh.m Beans Green bu. hpr. $2.75-325 I I $10 I St., will held at 2 pjn I Colonial: want MrFalnd., reasons Moving 506 Macy St. Dial 496a
necott. ....... I I "Ildrd C Finne c* .t C A Roberts Tuesday from the Carey HandChapel I ell al S929 Ulltl.Dt LONG DISTANCE MOVING AH
27 11'4 1144 111. it) pl.... 1 74a 7444 74aSp.rks Beans, Pole. bu hpr. JJ.75-4.00 ''I ,. v I II _
Co. and 3 40 3944 3944 44114.sg .... 3 6% 6" et Interment wit b ir Wood- INCOME TAX r.turn, prepared, Reasonable pint Packing cr.tna local mov
: ::::: \ Beets, doz. oun $ .83-!.15'Caobage I IRe Howard et al t H J Walleker wd Mo.ln. Storage
!
Co
.20 59'4 594 5944 Sperry Corp .... .8 22 2134 22Spi.gel I' rstes. Strictly confidential. 115
The S ::% 7344 7144 luc ........ 32 IS'" I 50-lb. bags $ 75- .90 $10Charles J ,et ux to ThomasB I' Park. Malcolm B Routt 23 W. Chuc St. Columbia Phone als.
SI7 ....::::: 11 % 3914 3944 I bt.o Br.ad. ..._. 18 :15i' 36 l' i I Carrots. crates *3.754.00Carrots Steels et Shr.de.d Phone, 6675 Open s.OVE IT YOURE- Big ro1
,... ..... I 3944 ;3344 ;1.1% UI (l ..... a b3. 5434 5o. $ 80- .90 Harry L ConsuL et si to ClUIord For Mr.s. Ruth Ellen Fairing, 39 L\COM TAX trailer .f' Rt-s .
:1 I 81 day For out of Stale
,
week .)..1$7 1144 1044 11" 1""d 01 114 ..... 7 4144 ..1K..as doz I Shu-n..sy sm who died Friday at the Ocala .SERVcB lCD, 5 a h..I-
ta Inc Harry of
4 South
pared % ..... 64 5' 54. 6 7 ..... 1 673. 6'J.t.d Cauliflower L. I. crates 51.75225Celery Frances, L Purdy et Sir to Helen, L I Hospital, be held at 3 pm ...1 by.h..Ia your return filed, and see Osceola We Mo.furnish on.H hitches, to
ceding .... 5 :3044 297. ;3044 > Ut lbo .... 2744 2644 26a. 161n. crates $3.10-3.65 ,.He.ton wd $10 I I II wi now service reasonablecharge fit any car
bt 4p., ..... 26 1644 16"lrtial 5.00 I Wallace- McMurtrey et ux to Donald, : Sunday the Weirsdale Piesbytenan i Walter S. Pharr IS W. _
1)g ...... 5 15' Coconuts sx 50 $ J McDonald et ux mte $2:0. I Church Th Rev. Charles I Washington St Phone 5106. Eve- TUCK FOR REN General hauling
On ....... I 37' '7" '7'" .6'8 4044 4444 MacDonald to Wallace I, Park
Donald J
At : .... ..... 10 45 81% 4244 S'uLlcj-Saa Lamp .. 13 21% 21 2144 Collards doz. bun. ,,--- $ 100 H McMurtrey, et ux wd ..tl0a Bates. pastor will officiate and flings 24109.INCOME phne 4
VETERAN WITH
... ".. A 44.btr ... 16" 16'4 Eggplants bu. hpr. 52.00-230 'AXSu.t Tulr
W..t II 10'4 9% 1044 16441.ud.Lckp all
1 J W Brumbaugn ct u< to Gull Life Ina burial will in Greenwood Cemetery short hauling
3 cents ... ...... 15 2714' a7'. 2744 ; 2:% 21 2344 Lettuce, crates dry pack $3.75-4.00 Co mIl b your deductions'! Call 2-2373. .MailMr furniture lumber cement
:::: 113.
to up u. .... 20 '16'1io 16'1&' 1634" b..aytI.l a % 894 844 I City to Alva Kabler rtux I -Monday" Bookkeeping & TaxService. whathave ,. Ph. blk o
Cot ..... .. 2 19'8 19' J95. Su..h." ..... 9 1". 12. UlaifT& Onions, Dry, 50-lb. s. $ 1.35 $10. J 44 H W. Church 2-271._

jl-8. .." .,... 1 2'4 72'4 7244 Co ......... 3, ::55' 3544 3Tea. Onions, doz. bun. u. $ ..65.75 .ae.I Gibbs et al to .E K.ble I II For Pfc Vernon J. La Bree will )-PARKEpint.I Me -HNDL. P.rlad to, Cleve 5th: _
$1.20 a ,.. ..... 7 2144 21'4 21b ,et ux sm F.1
Peas bu. hpr52.252.75 be held at 2 Sunday in the .
....... IlDiluover to E Kabler ,et p. also load to New enroute
N ..... 5 189 187'4 18' a 60 59" 60 Alva ux sm I ington St Circle, Thursday 8pm. par,
eral Tct.. (.siI aup... 1 :5144 :514 :5344 Peppers, bu. hpr-------53.25-3.75. I Alva E KabI erettia to Frank H Clay Erickson Fneral Home Long-I MANIncrease- Co 10h.. Fulford Van Storage -

L ...... II 19% 19Y II% Tu Pie C : .. 6 24 2324 Potatoes, et ux nm $7aOO wood the B Root offcit-i MRBUSD dressing ap Main 521.
'Auto / ..... 1 225 215 225 Tide Wat A 01 ... 1 1944 19i 19_ 'Re Bl $290-345 ,! J M Blanton rt ax William A ing Graveside services store windows interiors. Showroom '-
.... 50-lbs. u Erwin 3rd final decree an 19. Services Offered
.
lean : L& ...... 31 11'4 18 11'4 Tr..r 13 1 14 14j I of fixtures,
R Hosenlelt al to L Fattee conductedby f.brc
W et be
Radishes. hpr $1.75-2.00 Cemetery
280000 : 36 ..... 17 1. 13' 14 : ... 10 20% 20'4 2044 5-oz .u I'rt green wi flowers and ail types of
., ... 7 32'4 324. 32" Tn-u( Corp ..... 28 7 44 1'8 7os Squash. Yellow C. N. .m.I Hose Nurml to Milan Stefek wd $10 the Veterans Foreign Wars, Ad-Art Seivlce 2 W. papr. ALARM kind of CLOCK clock* REPAIRED electrtial- Any

......... i9 134 11% .12 Is."U. ct._ ...... 14 3 3544 38 bu. hprs. ?$6.00-8.50 1 Henry Banu et ux to Gull Life Ins Co assisted by the American Legion. PIANO LESSONS Day -or nl.h. ment We fix everything or B "ulp

: Rad ... 20 8% 5% 844 taioL Bal P .... 22 32 31'4 32 Sweet Potts. bu-----.$2.00-2. mtc' $4500.5sill Hude. et ux to Merle C Raymanwt GRAIN RANGE Spc.lml. I "Inn.n 2- pair Shop. 48 W Central Ph 7696 I

NEW A. .R.. I 5a% 58'4 58_ Ci. ...... Ii 96' 96 96", crate et ux .4 10. CHICAGO _Ms lay of ......... 24 36"%" 35'4 36'- Lsioa C..... 3 2194 2534" 2144 Tomatoes, lugs $3.25-5 I William Murphy c4 1X0 Grover C Wheat: I IOn nice private home of m..Ud I body work wheel *
,...... 1rn. Ir.d..t bl.ncmf.oD.
M ...
........ 5 17 17 17 13444.13244 1.4 Laeieter et ax mtg 3350. Close Close nurse: Box 35 S-Star. Ing or anything ,
.: I t.itt4 Air Line ... 8 IZ\. 22 Turnips. doz bun. uuuuu $ .75-1.00 J L Clements et ox to A J Duke (t ux Today Yesterday Year Ago tlac 62 W. Colonial 81.1 .Ia
The ......... ... 3. 1.25 wd $10 Mar &< 215s. : ROM AND BOARD-Spec'aL Quiet, D.
17 39" 39'4 98i Ialt Ai.r.lt 1944 Turnips, bu. hprs. .... $
lilt. and. i .........1.5 4344 .34t a3"% I.ite Crp ...... 63 444. 1! 4 Harriette, H Louis et vir to A L Lewis i iI' Mar :::::n== u *: 198U 1 80'4 home Lnlwo.183ETRACK'S ShadyVilla ALLIS CRALE-smvl-,
halo Farm
a i .. ...... % ,etuasdilO. July 183- 183 1804Sept Twin"s Ba p.n
... ... 7
.0 4744 ;
n
59'1io 5944 5944 i'ait" t'IUI
*<" mill .7. I Home Machinery 430
(. ... Oranges. _. $1.25 Stanley Rcsor Charles 8 HennAnt :=: = ns'a IWe 1.8044 F.r afd C.
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attracted : ...... 25 16 1544' 15J. llltd .Imp 3 23' 23" 2344 O" i I' \ ::: W Robinson; phone 3-2713.
kteadinoM R ...... 4 30% 30% 3044 UDlt.Re 1)iug .... Grapefruit, $1.. r ax a. i iOr Corn Self service laundry; _
1 1" 1 William L
I U g (: ...... 1" .mnuuu over C L..c.ler et ux t Mar 132Mi 132s and
B" ..... 4 yp.u. AU Gu5Pe
0 ] 6. 6744 8714 1 99'4 191. et d $10 j == = 1 I8 c.lels
U Tangerines, box 4-5 $1.35 Murphy ux May 130H 13O' % modern and convenient: boors S
Witfc uuumm -- -
... CI. :: 1.bl.
I: K S 55% 5544 55" bin. 5144. 4944 R *.
% 51' George G Hennecsy et nx \ L July __ __ 1 28'. 1.281. 1 18 Paint and Glass 102 West
..
U ..... box $2.00 n
months Mot .. 58 544 5 544" Ruobe S 56 55% ISTb Temples. -- Cooper et ux spl wd $ | ________ LZa'eOats 1.18, Str.LAWNINGS f.
and Wednesday
150. Sept. a a m. 6 p m Monday -
ly net. ...$ I ; Ri pl... 9 49'4 4844 4944 U Sw 1,1 ........ 5:5: 17% 7644 77 George, C Rennessy la to L R : 1.6 t _
slnele Trailer Tar
Canopies.
; C.rp ... 8 56 3514 36 CHICAGO LIVESTOCK Cooper ,et ax spl wd S2OOO I Mar __ 76 '76 I unta 9pm. 316 W. Washington
,. .
Mcll 0 A this .. 19 14% I.'. 14" Wauonb C ..... 29 1" 13 11'. CHICAGO tAP) iCSDAt Salable hogs 1.-. W D Johnson, Robert L Golden et May ::=-_::: 69*. 69*. 1I nllht p.uln._ .. BUn. Window VCt-
......... 10 61' 51'4 61" \ B. lic... 29 1744 % OOO ( : total not given: compared al final decree, i iI July 624 62* corner Washington end 0 Br.
May 1 1 estmatf'
July West luo ..... 1 33', 3'" 3. I with all .el.ht and grades bar- I Bird PRic et sir to W D Johnson { Sept ::::::: 601e 60U 1 ;I l..business. 'O W. Smith: 2-
Oct. 2 : 90 ..... S 36'4 3644 36'4 \nt Td A .... 23" rows and lilts 575 : sows mostly ,et ux qcd $10 Eughey 6924 AI GPa designs of Indi
0... : : ......... 12 7% 7% 794 44tI4g AIr H. .... 5 33" 32'4 22'3344 75 higher |I W D Johnson ,et ax to Mendel, Helfand I I Ma.Bllft______ ___ 120 --- Ph ,..cl home. call
Mch'" 561. ..... 6 38 37"4 38 ", .tll t1 ...... 62 26'110 Salable cattle 500 estImated, ): total not ,1 et ux wd $10 Lard: 9694 Ventilated A.Dln.of Orlando.Room
i 27' 2 given week receipts cur City of Orlando to Eugene C Blomely ._ __ __ 2600 1380 SUPPORT Indl.ldu.lyd.sn.d 115 14 .
: : ....... 5 19'4 1944 19'4 wh.eI.g 8t.1 .... 14 42'4 : comp.1 ate July IFE"C, -_
Phone
kt.; ...... and .ls because of deed, 110.sm Sept. ___ 24 I 2-356. ALTERATIONS and mending
14 18'" 11'1io' 18""% 1'IIa.\ Moor I.d .... 24 1 18' 28" 28' taUt"Iy .lveR. sharp prc. : h.D, aD I Albert S Knight et a to Walter S Nov------------nn uu 19 0: J Waren. 1202 E. W.hnl''n skIllful work: Try Sat-
1144 I Pmpt
........ U 1' I' even comeback in mot classes fed .tr et ux mtg $6000 I --- SWEDISH AND MEDICAL MasragrsSlenderizing Cleaners 214 Ridaewood
\1.Wo.Isurtb C >8 15 151 and yearlings grading high- upward V Raulerson ,et ux to E C Vaccaro i iI : cabinet bath: tn.t corner Retailed Phone 210.ACETYW4L .
TO YOUR NECK INCome ( ) 16 55 52" closed 1 5O-2 OO higher: common toaveragemedium I II meets (or arthritis and neurlt's
: w,1: T ..... 12 6644 644 8 66Youn..t kinds 50 to 1 0 hiS her I acdGeorge B Carter et si to E C VaccareI I Small Loans Gilber*. registered m.su 1206 II.. and electric welding,
various grades heifero shared up'urn I qed $10 I on Yile 2-2918 machine work on pumps J.and
8h AT... I 7044 medium grades gaining most. average- Edith R Phillips et sir to 0 W Brit Ldle road construction m.cnialumInum
I I 7 70. choice 1247 Ib stees, topped at 26 00: comparable I et ux wd $10 I I \IAVI PRODUCTS 914 MetcaU and bran ca.tI"

In and get a LOAN ZPib Rdi. ...... 30 22% 21"%" 22% toixed, steers, and heifers, scaling Fir Nat Bank to William Thomas York I YOUR House Bldl.4 Phone p,.m 8452. S.t frC. 9-appoint 3O a.m ney, MachbneWorka. 11 Kalgy
unti 3
Zai. Pr..c. .... 1044 10 10 1QOO lbs 25 50) good to choice heifers et al .m.Clayton iHJTNHOi.b dressmak
In load lots stopped at 23.25: bulk average- i I A Larch to Alvin P Roblruo- Int.P_ IU, telephone
j: COMPARE OUR RATES INVESTIGATE BEFORE med:urn to htgh-Io .teerir at wd $10 I Get Cash quickly on house or KELLY Registered S.n.or. 2-4179 14O1 E. Concord Ave
75 TO 3OO I. YOU BUY 18.50-24 OO heifers, 1 022.0: Clayton A Lerch to Emmett, A Barn,aet I personal property. \\e lend in 5 Church and Main Arcade, Phone AND .

CASHMSRUMTPSySU4. stock cattle moderately active ".r" ux wd $10.Open 6346 _ _ BE-- and PEARS. ...a-
Lake Seminole and
all steers suitable I Orange, I .tb
You steady at 15.:01.50: fleshy WILL CARE FOR seed or seml-ln- teed Noerady's. Magruder Are
Auto Personal -' Cu 15..... U..i.tm3meitaat for .ort-turn brought premium on I Osreo'a Counties. Talk to os vallo man or woman In my home, 1
1 killer ; market, generally 5 Excellent meals and nursini care BUILD CY-RAD or repair old
higher nstances, 1.0. but market Monday EveningsWARREN'S Reasonable rstes Apply 1920 E.Michuan vnes Iro., "for your
? : draggy spotty narrow ,except Ave fiscal year ,. to be
wth I I "p
Ludit laa
r' for lo 14 00-15.10 and for FloiidaCiedit. i able t from your Income
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canners at 10 5O down to 8 50: tax buldOr. grader.trucks.
D.lln.
cuttr 1Z.
ilNCOBPOHATID ).,_ beef bulls sausage, strongto Lost and Found B. Brnssier -
$300 22.85 21.87 rok
bull fl
I &INVCSTMENTCD.
_ Agent 25 higher mostly 15 SO outside : & Son: O Box 1259 Ph
537 N. Orange Ave. I heavy sausage bull iSiS: tellers unchanged I ai W PINE ST ROOM I I BILLFOLD LOST-In downtown Wintrr 6941: 1413 I Central Ave .
A HOMf.TOWN TRANSACTION! at 28 00 Winter Park Phone 68 Cease1 Park keep money u reward, ;
BUILDING
frieejfy servfco estimated) total not I CWl phone Winter Park 316-W CONTRACT ;
Phone 7181 'is Salable sheep, 2OO ( : I ![.aa. flcj homes, and repairs to homes, .
given com..d week ago .iau.hte iambs35SO i BOOK-ZOth Century, bookkeepingand buildings of any kind. See T. P.fard. .
-. 1., ewes, cOd steady to lower -- -- accounting Lost E._AMella.
--- Fla. phou
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other --- R J 2-3
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higher early
after 25 or
"111Ii,!!' il"il'il'Ii., 'li i"k 11'i"' ;',: ":::1""..I :i'',''' i.I',',!,; ':,:,: Ii IH'II!' : mllllliIII'il''i'lIi": ':! !! ",* '' I'>iI..It' iii''hii"liI!'i..j, il'j t l:' i iI Income Tax Service classes scarceeeks, sales, good and choice turn Orlando Senior Shol. CLAY ROADS BUILT-At lime rock
native and fed Western woo led, lambs BRACELET LOST-Sterling ayP paving with treatment
closing top 22_90. load 119 lb. rhinestone: m Rosy Work Guaranteed Bumby .Stlmp-
WORSE THAN FIRE. i 22.3523.3. SHELLCRAFTERS Church or H".he a son. Inc. Phone 517
I II at 2235. three cars medium tP.'ur __
'
1321 W. Washington St. I grade 70 Ib Colorado "olln 20 OO gift: small fw..d' ph 2.26. PRESSING Cash
-7 A faulty Title can literally i iI medium to grade NI-AND .
three lads .od LOST Large Scat red and will save yoa
t sweep" the lind away from under Pho 2-4248 and 84 lb. pastured wooled, lambs 220. It Costs You NO MOREl COLE-D: throat Child pet money Bring your clothes, & SupeiprCIeaners. -
%
I I I ,. your home-and then take the -03 I few, cdmmon down to 1:OO; load i 4 Peward Contact Dr Barker Orl.Ddo _. 214 Boone StCABINET
structure as well. Time and choice 1O6 lb. clipped lambs with No 2 2-3110 Winter Park
P.146, ________ : aecks comparable grade, Get o 161W. : AID MILLWOR4 t special
pelt two
agsin it occur*-as court records 21.0. DOG white order Central Florida
I of -! countlessty prove. Our Title Insurance I but load. to good Fall and shorn choice pelts 21 Ib. :Colo and FIRST QUALITY SHEllSVISIt male,FOUDBrwn-.p-d: : no Mills and Nebraska_Lb C
'I -, was e to those 1 1I 21.S .10 ".m. pay tor aa County 41-O.-S. for-
baTe: yearlings wethers 20 Wit yearling CONCRETK bERVICE that lasts
I I 1. ,
I I _;
= realty owners no doubt ewesa nO two-rear-old, ,. discounted SUITCASE LOST Brown airplanefabric ever driveways floors I felt they did not need its pro- 2.OO: good .and choice one of the mot complete shell shops In Florida-See with toilet, kit. men's hunt specialty W.lks steps: estimates Dun-
._.:_-_ IT lection till too late! Come in and j I c.rloa.' .25. latter price top our large assortment of shells and <=helcraf supplies--Free log clothelaundry mark D. bam fr Mills.
I .s- ==, have a talk.Central. elu.bwl, ew"two cars 127 lb. fed Wt.n, price list See ou gorgeous display of shl J'ei.-ur own Between Orlando and Kenansville, Cne ;. 22.,
Phone D. a. SMI CONCRETE WORK: dmeays .P
six toads medium to good ewes from .h.a' original WIn .L"ra
dslga.DONDEE walks stepping stones
:::: I averaging 107-111 IDS. 825 and reward. n.

Title & Trust I.S.pt.two 1.d moaUT medium e.cs 7.7: SHELL'CRAFT INDUSTRIES WALLET; LOST-Brown leather; Ms. erased Co .f714.oed 2.Southern 22O6 fo States e .P
AvoidDisaster (11me 8 0LWER rifle emblem on outside: containing i
collect the
Company I i valuable papers Please return 426 ARPEI r
/ -I, S.tmht S.FIRSi 129 NORTH ORANGE S I THE ARCADE E t your small lobs
.aek ildeoroiit 34R6Ne romer
25 E. Central Cal
; : I r RIST WATCH LS-FIIn silver -
1 Phone 5184 1 black; Ham.l. .rlt band ;ONCEE PDnaw.n
Orlando .t oppln Pleaae
Trust Department Title Insurance Ph 2-4404 Reward years In bsmpv. Fr .0Umat
-Abstract of Title C W. Ild,. 231

Representing y 14. Beauty ParlorsAMERICAN CRACO, AnAB'Um
ItemsSash
A Few Scarce

Lawyers Title Insurance CorporationRICHMOND. BEAUTY SALOf-New, satisfaction rabinets remodeling and. W.fpalrln.
P
44'1- W. lura
I latin Carch B 24351DOORSash..

: VA. .I R. E. Wolf Weight .. .1 Ph., 6931 l., .an Aud.types rlr. _. cbn. .ren end

-.. .j....,... ." ... .. ""I, ." or. ,, .J ,. .. 1" ..:--..... I I 'TXJ 4 out of 5 who ask for COST Installment LOANS Loan Oest- Steel Sash prman.at"ar, eol appointment.waves open, Tuesw of tab book and .work. Orlando.
p.m
.3. wo
a loan at 'Personal, my NATIONAL IAN 4tn FiRm Tur. Woodcraft 1SQO Walton

answer i"Yes." Tt.s why I Double Hung Aluminum Windows 1"Spaln, to_cold of DOORS wrnxyirs PCR5INS-

I fol me the ." China Corner Cabinets beauty Call Mrs. Reynolds. Casement gmsh custom bulL
clla. reasonable .
can get $25 to $300 20 E M6J__ Pp( t11P. prC
on P1 ,,10 S Kill!
o4 Novelty Siding Pine Flooring signature alone, furniture or Framing Sheeting and Siding CHARi.V BE1 ,.S.In '. .l1aktn MI..ork.s .: "ne Shop Phone Ae

aut Roll Roofing .
Complete _
privacy 2-21.
0 for beauty canore HJ Smal monty payments. Up K Thick Butt Shingles Vivian Iwren. Margaret, Win ii.Ct,.ff055. R"p TRmtl.. !.-
.- : 24-hr "c -
Bulg upstairs_ _ ,
Plaster Nails Mortar Mix on most eystone MfCrory .
I ma repay Galvanized Metal Shingles Bomb Bdw 102 W Cr.ur-h
loans. i'sBIt' SOP-p.J
ELECTRIC:
Write or come In to see -- Asbestos Siding ,co'dr! ". .f complete S1O: 812-SO machine eatlet CAJE E\YcO

Inside Panel Doors Screen Doors me at the address given below Inside Flat White PaintOutside Wa"P,f I 95-: 204 3 Main- 668. For only modern authorized upkeep Hoover sr ice" c.1 sta tits,

If you phone first, you White Paint QIIBY-BEt-IHOP' tlon. Borob'T Hdw 6104 or 2-!-'

can stop In t sign and PIckup Cllstocian Complete- Assortment of Cabinet Hardware manent ..n.$5 up: specializing in FE-R Jdiirr,

Cello Siding Outside Doors I the cash I one visit. Garden Tools facial "1.ad.DI., t.nU. Ph e4ZJMARTKELLO paired ;R A. Austin 542 Pledmor'

BEVTPNn Phone
Open Mon thru 95. location 12* 2-1.

Bronze Screen Wire Moulding Evenings Closed by Appointmenti26cna1r1NANcE Sat. r .Tunas CO. I Cod. Waves and faciaia. Phone [CntinU On Next Pace

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While Paint 'Reinforcing Steel STAN COMSTOCK TOMS LUE. -

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i Of Orlando Co Pnone ITclt DB THOMAS LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. VENETIAN BLINDS

;E 24 South Orange Avenue
Orlano STEEL WOOD
rOrta Stairway next Winter Park, ALOf-1 -
Pine Castle Lumber & Hardware Co. I akanrt t Fra RepresecticK T Nelson Roorke F Delivery

.t t. Ic.Membr WINTER GARDEN CO. AWNINGS TRAILER CANOPIES TARPAULINS

Call the. lumber Number 5754 J t:, ',. ;. .... Oartona a.Ch N.A.SD.. FU Winter Garden LuE I ROBERTS. BROS. CO. PHOJ.TC 1J

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UACRDOE REPACKS Every ASBESTOS SUHNO. Johns Msnsvffie: emu CNah.J finish, FURNITURE w ana Bled. Pay SaUwta reprcseataUrs*. I IWe TBA2ZZS HTTCH .oi Bracket b fVttfillL'iiX' ed tlorft; lev baxotSewin

ORLANDO. FLORIDA CaB for and delirerr. W ...dm.I..U pipe; 33 j i l.. ab. t1. Co-. cash and aava 10 t 2 P tent enyaor 7'BGS1> fcaild xo>A reliiusa. New J =mt ; n Baexrinn. CaU feelere y w

PAGE 12 FEBRUARY 2, 1B47 1 : STwranteed. 21a Park 1, W. O.alt. ploe ._ ; .< W. Church. our Bu Jtu e l St and pianos. 11. Uuxie h o :ftUWe pay "too" prie a. eew UTbarmoad -
US s wtra.xtre .
Orao I Co. 72 W. Fiaegt.
2-2843. 8"h
Pln ATTIC FANS in slock. So-tn.-U-ta. 11' oU I c.3 I. i -1U. .
15. ol> Dial 4070.
7YPI Ventura. Home Insulation Co.. 953 I CAD ut ..4 HEATERS aad oU. We reader FLAT Plaea, _
WRITER SEKVICE on mar 61 Ca PW a ap atDA'.rd TEI.hU 1.
[Cant, fr Odisplay. Florida Bozineu 39ON. When ,
i uaedlat for crvwinechildren TO* n readr to *ell
Of'pp lice Supply.be. Agency'for* I ALARM CLOCKS, electric; 86.85 phistax. !! CLOTHING ".1'* .nt. almost FURJmrjRE Linoleum: glnttto Modern lujitity fo Inc. 428 N.-Orange .. Metal Fabricating.Fine : Orange Ave. : call 2-O93L Cocbran'* Furniture

Services Offered Royal 29 .. Pine 81.j Bathroom scales; 85.45. Silex new. Cot 38. pants 3. Dela- couch; prc ft and des Apla. aU.r. Pn. 2-O02O. Store. 1013 W.Church..
19. Phone Tpwrlten Blake.. 1 steam irons. *17.60. Fe.tne Or- I ne7 lt clothes met eb1t pm'' TRACTOR DI: 600 35 !
514. "As aniI*nd Concord.ARTIST CLOSETS Plumbing fixtures: cnmplete ran Furniture. iPRNo | BOtE BRK. assortment PAINT Topper Inside, flat gaL pump; OL distributor: GOLF CARRIER WANTED WI31
rURNllUKK RAE and rf TREES PALMS Trimmed and j delivery 'Ile and per I case party resell golf carrier bougnt
i easels. with f1tl 1e.t divan. Koeh- te fmet hou 'arebous .lt coln. 1.5 ::: 4 H"Orn
ished like C.bet s o.D Bonded. John Newton. 1 StP.. cash and brom.. Bumby Bad.ar. d goodselection ; from Mr*. E. K. McFarland. 1332 W
color 3
order. Tlndall lrtue 2323 116 Irvln Street. Please phone 31147.today. new Ilpm clon. la& I Freeman, 711 W. Church Lbb. ern .ke glass top end.er .o- of colors.hr3.Quart, $4 SO I Colonial: want for sentimental reasonsjdiai -
Rat I leaf and ; In I
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Orance: C.l 156. I Oldden' per gallon Co. 25 E. TAILDp chan 5929.
con- fireplace and HOUSE PAINT Limited supply outside 101 Stree Excellent ,
I ASBESTOS SIDING; sidewall DAVENPRT-Onntufe. eG areo. ancoD Pine St. i
FLOOR BANDING; finishing, w TREE SURGERY. Winch I R Cea Qlton. l. for tools, 812i prewar white. Also brown and phone 2-3. '
b Pentra-Seal :e.tmen& bonded and a. Ile bnl. pi. &d- 140 phone 8354.DEWALT .. $30: dining ''lt. mahogany.Duncan tn colors. Knox Stores Co., IreeD. PUMPS Shallow or deep wen: 1"-I
modem ; work mates anytime. l.. F.eU.Il.n POWER SAWS Good dellverte Phyfe table credeDz and 6 Pine Phone 2-1841. 2 E, in. for W. A Jory TRUMPET New cornet, clarinet. I
npreoe pip .n.
l.nlte licensed; proP service. a-2524; H. E. McOinnis. Ph. 6469..ph1UPOLIQUp I AUOMTC REOLVE3S calibre; Phone Mt. Dora, shield back chairs. $ : marie W mutes, harmonicas. Arnold Brilhartmouthpieces. I OLD GOLD W* py highest price*
7851.ITOOR I eletnc Wa-l rlnlertr; see at 3753. .het. $18; Simmons twin bed. felt HEDGE CPletre hedge I Music Snoppe. Magruder i for cuamonds. old gold, watches.

covers, refill- 86 ._ DINETTE SUITES Also yard f1m..treu.good condition. $40; mir .5 FAINT Sal* at reasonable prices. Arcade broken jewelry, teeth, silverware.Bertman .
BASDINa and finishing: ture; studio Knox Stores 25 E. Pine. stock (including) out Sons. 139
ln. i ALUMINUM ROOFING S-V and Corrugated eoc.Cora o table and bench. 815; Comple I N. Oranxe.
prp4 1: licensed.. I l.ram.Browa witout obll.tln.. ; Aluminum and Steel Overhead niture Co. 101 CAa St pb 2 dem. table. $12: ma- 2-3163. 1.5'1 .tt and inside .. Arnold : TRIlmlt. 10.1..'

eW: I garage do.Metal lunu 2-0931. bogs ny bedroom consisting of HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES Paint Stor. 407 8. Orange. a-378 196.5. .IO..D. Sa OFFICE MACHINES W* are badly
la
i need of ,
Surfacing vsse.
te Mills & ._ DOOR CI Nutone, several double b. Simmon* i.n.nprn, mop pails and PIPE and fittings, black and calvan- I Curch I typewriters adding machines.
bu.ko. cash
'and Slip Covers. I Knox Stores mattress springs, TAYLOR TOT. play pen. small baby registers. Highest prim
UOLIO Pipe
FURNITURE RT. delivery service. for the hot .tl 3.5 sip. .De hhbY. CIP"t. nor wax. all .cleaners. > b Al y.1. Flrd. paid Lehnherr. 220 8. Main. 8850.
tered. We lk an new at Pearce Upholstering Shop. 3609 8.Orsnge ATC Sume P.&Pep.r.mOt Installing an .. E. Phone 2-311. reau with and brushes, mops bro. S.pplY .. e ; 6118. bed. 2 tennis rackets. Midget City.mldwsy .
a very .cost, and plenty Blossom ; 2-4571. attic t We will also DIVAN reasonable; 3 cushions bench and m"r'stand. $200; assorted H. H. Parruh Hardware 220 S. I PUMPS Centrifugal for OI.ndcDfor. a. 17. OFFICE MACHINES and furniture.
Die* matr. Furniture Cralt v Tr.l handle complete Installation. Orlando : see t.ri Woodward Avenue I i & Ictud- Orange. Phone 2-1841. i! and farm PUt. Fonda Iron Pp VENETIAN BL. new type electrog Let us make yon an, offer. Check
1015 : 2-O931. UPHOLSTERING SEVC Sponce Appliance-. Inc. 210 N or phone S018. ing mower 2 new ho.. Supply Co.. 830 W. Also aluminum with Gtori* Stuart. 13 S. Mala St..
rubber now Orange Phone 4537. may be seen at 1004 .. A"e window shades, etc.Adams' phone 6158.
b HOIST-2 booms: hand bhds. _
a"a.bl. bed 2mea.
padcD.Tap.tl. 1 and
of oprte POULTRY -
J Rl & m.t clor AOMUM-Weu-Enr doubl boil DIETE-complet eo.t met ll, 10 tween 1 a.m. and 3pm. Sn. winches, complete with .WI bpl.ht. Also h.r-- 61 Orsnge "Av*. Winter PINE TIMBER Wanted, standing orat

e.tl.te. Russ M.c 102 black Winter coat i Pomplet set modern booms raise and lower and can beswiveled. H. mill
Free estimate*, reliable service leme. 1.25. Buby to 16: fu J.eke i dob B 845.V CaU 2-1147. or apply 116
1122 W. Church.Fbon tr.Co 1122 Cu W. ._ new t 16 br.Chesterfield 'or. practically Holmes. $195. Holler Chevrolet. 220 Pone 2-1841._ BLINDS M.nu.ear Irvin St.PIANO .
lie Clothing, *, fnratsnIngg. .
new.
l.tm size 40OHlllcrest hat 115 W. : Custom
blue il
ASBESTOS SHU.QLES About ; scree .D.a buU. Metl
3 C"nta
2 aut wire PORCH QUDCR Coll spring con
2-3U. I : SPINET OR BABY
WASHING MACHINE SERVICE Official Phone 6781 Ave. w.ppr. fr cals. ot struction. $24.50. Furaitnre -.1 debyer. Wo-H-d.F ael.- I GRAND
finishing, clean : call and deliver. 1..re !pre o or Rnblum'. J.ck..U. I Orl.ndC me..rd will pay $300 cash. $100 for up
FB BIO. M.Jt.1 lnc Lte 3/10 of DOG FURNISHINGS Leather harness FloridaFURNITURE i for Hammers .Icdle. Co 615 W. Curch._ er. right. State make
Floor Suraelng Service HNL within miles ot Orlando. Estimates Writ* Btner
(next '
a mile of 8. Orange Blossom collars, kadi, and toys tie hole diggers, for 1
lwn Complete
Co. gives guaranteed ..u S Colony Theater), Winter Park. 93. on Holden Ave. Knox Stores Co. 25 E. Pine. Phone Home sold, have fur- ] ho., p.t, h.thel. PUSH PWE and PLANTS :Only without ob11.tloD Orlando Venetian ** Ph.'09.s F1rida Ave. Lakelaod. -
Experienced workmen WASHING Tai turc for 5 rom Including brooms. .. 2524 ).ht any ..e Blind .rl S. Kuhl: 8059. 31-581.
2-3163.
facU. MCNE-REA BULLDOZERS FOR RENT/ by the Wyelof' fd. K"h a fe. Bumby Hardware 102 WChurch.
modern equipment room. dnlnt! room double bedroom let
We repair VACUUM CLEANER Late model !
bode m.te hour. Ph. Winter Park S79RH.. aluminum pie thick Medium ze RU 8.
e.r ;
J. Qril- a bedroom suite, boudoir INSVTION-D.bl. "B.I. _
salt twin
Jnder L We work DVBL BI. Hoover with $75. 325Rollins Box 388-C. Dial
fe. 1809 N. Orange; 7838.TJRNTTURE p.rt. I fflla. A Repair ServIce. I G.ter Orl Parfc.. I27S Minnesota Are. Wln- tins .ake paol mutlo.. corn stick ,b.l. breakfast lot set. occasional Wol.. O.arant t.Co.give. N..atlfac Orange PLolt cl conditin upright. Ave._at.ehme.t 9 6O
K.hl. ,
1, : WJekof'l Hd. two 9x12 rugs, hall Lumb Co.I1
707 N. Mills; 2-1972. rne.s.ttr 129.5. Frtlr.
REPTNISHINO 01' BICYCLE See Mr. Leggett at Econ PINING ROOM as- rugs, tsbles. lamps, "Icke and Railroad.ICE C.rh._ I i VENETIAN BLINDS manufactured
furniture WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS Supply 120 America Stplee. 8x10 pic 2 months. 75 Ibs I our own, modern plant.I Cash :
repat A omy Aut or pad. 3 exta leaTe. 1181.5. mirror porch rug : BX-s PACKAGE Fix
1m and Irl. A guaraneed. Service on a m.ke. all workruaraoted St. afer p.m._ b.tO. Ih.1, dr.p.clraln.G. E. Vacuum Can .ee. Sune.l. Rom 241Mstruder QUA II.STOR case, I[ terms on monthly bas For
Phone Al 2014 11 .res ao. estimates call Bh
Arc.de.ICE
3-144 Pk P.t. Box B8. .. phone !. J BAT8ne 24 Auxiliary saU b.t DINING SET-Beautiful prewar wal I: u 'S ..ekda. IFIOmABm.U. display step table, couotr. Co. 104 E. Kaley Ave ; dial WELDING GENERATOR AC. DC
I mot, .11ke nut. Extension ksble 48 x 6O, extra to 12. 804 W. Yale BOX-metal; 22 rifle;; S and W sel.me. paneling: also 2-1S. Engines, electric motors and saw*.

GAS IEVn C. or .d WELL well DRILLING and Let u drill you sleeps 4. One 30' .Cnr. Packard I.a. I dining char and hot chair .p. .Is like pistol. O. L Van Orsdal. crnnF.lrb.nks or ..ndrc. $4000. ph. VENETIAN BLINDS RAI-"d water pumps, shop equipment, klckers. -

Warner Ju" applnce. Y01 Home or ir..tol it Easy pump payment*. m.rl.. motor 33,House Ieep. Ford fully Terrace, conditon. Fe.. Reeves 2-6861.: 115. t Ro.lld; Pone garage old Due Highway, 5414 or 2-1482 ar\r I rflnlhe. espren'enet.Q Blind M.. Swsp Shop. 12O w. Pme.

IOU8E8 WASHED 2.241.- windows nothing Well.n. Drilling months and to Pump p.Y.Bem.n7 motor, sleeps four. One a'cabin 2.1.1 & 2 & Un.115n I KIRBY apt VACUUM CLEANER I RDI0heo.. .RCA and the A new few I Co.. 1739 B. Kuh 859.i ._ [ WE PAY highest cash prices for old

: inside Sren., lk. like Winter Garden Rd.. 1 mile cruiser, 75 h.p. Redwing motor, deep* I'I' DR Tnton St.i I 1 Griffin Clothing Store. t'.1 for pr.ble. A i VENETIAN BLINDS In stock. Steel: 1 diamonds and diamond Jewelry tn
deUnr.
a 4. 30' cruiser. 1941 Imedl.t 54-inch width 45e ft. at thrfactory. > any condition. City Luggage
: per sq. and
Cleaning east of Orlo On Craf FURNITURE 3-plce overstuffed Florida. block. Colon-
Vista. Orlando. Phone ,
DOOR* Inside two panel
; SA
.
pant I i K.br. Te.ter : 1739 Kuhl. Venetian Jewelry Co. cor. Orange at Church
2-4307. 7087. Cb.f suite 50.
our specialty. .I.p 15 orders made. See Ware. I n ; KITCHEN STEP-ON phone Orlndo
motor. Barral. Smltl. Jr. Singer sewing machine. $49 0.1 New CASWht. 1.lto.D. 516._ I| Blinds ._ WE BUY used furniture. Can us Ae-
Servtc
FlllinK Conway 85.70. O. E.
VACUUM WASHING all
HOOVER CE MACHINE SERVICE Factory Sanford Boat wort Fl.Pbone 8tato. Rd. steel fold chairs. $4 95. I eD.ml. B.mb7 RADIOS The f.mv. wave WINDOW FAN-20-inch Emerson fore selling Orlando Furniture Co..
W. ins I
1 W. St.
102
Bomb? B.r.. Ce parts used, factory tane 1132.__ DIAMOND RINGS (2); one .prol- bed complete, $21.90. Wicker : ::! portable with 1 standard battery. j Walter J. WUcox, 61 East No. 2 Store. 615 W. Church, phone
personneL
I
Church phone Complete with $139.50 with Ie.
at ;
: 2 other 12x18 priced ,
mately carats:
810.BOOSEWIW8 ;
Ia .
ln- 81.10 Ol $ Robinson A.e.I 2-4883
BOX FILES with A Z Good used lawn mower LtERtel >
ice Orlando

on t ie" $9950.
Inside machine setting 12.50. Home broadcast wave
r.frlleatn .hnl round stone platinum with lnr.
.WA polished'painting. he appliances. Check with Orl.. 1 S sixed cut diamonds setting. I, Ne. feathe pillows. $1.45. 993 areen Oranee e.cl.. Winter Park. Appliance Inc. 210 M.Orange. WATER HAT Electric auto
Bamberg, call 7228 or Brut*.a"Oeoera Electric.- W.1 St.. .0 sacrifice at o and $ smith's Forte at bargain; S25. RCA F. Phone 4537._ I matic. 31.L 5lal.. lo.1 30gaI.40sal. 1 35. Fuel Oil and Wood
E. Church. boy's 2b-inch: has Jut phone 20451.DRILL 11.5 9'1 cabinet radio, con4110.149.5 LIST FINDERS Autodex: b..Uf.1 Wil
2-38. WASHING BICVC. : price. $25; can b I Large stock of I walnut finish. 12.5. RUGSFelt b.s: mattresses.;.anD lard immel.t Theater blot.Coloa.Uo. 1 FUEL OIL For a safe Investment to
rbuit Kellr.
BM REAIoerl repairs; MCE RAI seen at E. Esther. PRESS Bench lathe: bench and box r IID new. bargain: $35each. <' fice Supply Co.. Fine: dial .le; mowers; .a. cans Phone S136. { satisfaction and In dollars and
reputied AU makes and and 100 5114 "Alex and metal chairs. Economy Fr'ure. _
wldo. sonable rates. J. Barren's. West 4Va. S. 5n. .IrlDde.. tpl dl .t. I I Coleato'Ie. BI.k. 332 W. WALL fire and cents call 8118, Orlando Fuel Oil Co.Inc. .
lawns R BATHTB2 e.rlo.d 65. Apartment width Churh.RoFCOATNGBst_ SASAblutly
ann repar mowed pip dl. 2 .Ie LINOLEUM-Felt ; 6 ft. : .
D..eU. 1522. Sid Repair. 410 Ore Av*.'85 f. butIo Alo carload lav V. 1. 3hon : bl. '. Gss rng $ Large various colors. bas Avdoyan Rug Co. I quality. P I prof. average
711 W.
and safety deposit box. Can be Installed STOVE WOOD Pine and Oak
$500
.tore.Lbby Fema 1 wood 2135 E. eDlle.j wheel 3-burner. per S
and repaired. size laloD
CLEANED Phone
BEATERS b.row. 250 Dr. 2115.LANMA tc' $.5 11n old construition. Special strand at yard. $6.SO
Ede.ate new or delivered.
Worka..rant God Things to Eat Ch.rch DRINKING FOUNTAIN- oU cook stove. 5-pirce bre.kfa.t At ..
appliance
Other 31 Gldd.n'
Hre 1946 Evinrude, LATHES and I' : $48 N.br..h.I Fireplace wood pine and oak $7.50strant
AND MOTOR wellThurmondFurniture
R. N. 7364or BOAT- ; thermostat. Bumby I set. $27.50. S s.pr RUGS. 9x12: $44 95: Broadloom.9x12 0. clMUl.
Day lela phol. CITRUS FKU1T. grapefruit sportsman outboard; and car top; automate 102 W. Co.. 72 W. Pine St. phone Dr. wol several WARDROBE TRUNK Antique palnt- at yard. $9.00 delivered. King
o "bt and taDlrle.oranle.per bushel. plywood boat: ph. 2-2467._ Bad.a. Cb.reb. 4070. 1 and cypress: frmlnl colors. .Idth.Bro.dfel t Warren's. I inc: Needle point pillow: shoes. 7-A. Fruit Company. 1401 W. Washington.
senrtce U.O DESKS Salesman. 2 44'x28" LUMBERP d.lver. Phone 7267
IUGHEY'8 OAS .n o barr 1740 Dlanel. BABY model; d..e : phone 2-1147 Winter Park. 68. For further Information phone 2-22.
tables. I' .h.etdl
CaOor CAGEluu $19.50. 1 _
and attic In.talU. 835. Ofle. d.we. .. 116 Irvin St. FUEL OILS Complete lotf for bom*
like for living
CITRUS FRUIT .. WICKER SET 5-plece.
phone -Fancy Gift Boxes 1dIKop. $22.50 Fla. ROOF Same old
e.tmat; 526._ or of S at 425 E. ._ Equipment 132.5.N. BUn. FORD ; $20: 1 table Bath t.bs closets, COATG.Bld. Smyth I' : or sun porch. 649 Jackson aad Industrial" use. "We Serv* Central
t b.1 RIo339
If A klnc Orn.e rom Florida. Fuel
HOUSES WASHED with l.r.- C. 31 "Te LVATORIE prces. BledJoe OU Co.
$25 good condition. ,
.t.m lades. et. sal* BABY BE Simmons: do.b with Phone 5454. model : : sinks Im.dl.tedel.en. Lumber Co., N. Oranse .. Street. Winter Park. Winter Park. 2OO. Tanks available.

rel : : sift bse Dit Joe B. ad inner .pr. m.tre. DOORS 3' 68" 14". four-light : Henry Eggleston.ph_ ._9429 I.r..t .t"t' in of glass WARDROBE further
de lk''J:1 439 N. 2O853.EGG3. chairs- X x I 36 months to payLibby R-V LTal. the place TUNK-For FUEL OIL Can now for prompt
I :
room :
.. bothpaint Dnl. .o used doors available WadeSfott. FURNITURE Second hand, box I information; St.
would have it now. mle ondt"m 711 W. Church. for purpose. also Ceola I. s Lkel.nd service. Kerosene and fuel oils;
and beauty: very reason' strictly fresh i;today'* eggs .tov ban.tt oalona 01 Inc.. 100 W. Amelia: 2-2920. I $1995: 4 piece suite now Nebraska._ or telephone 22703.WHEELBARROWS tanks available, 8O21. McGraws
looks like a new paint lob. delivered today alter 4 P. i!. Also I stove. Irle 110a WG1.rdAve. DOUBLE walnut, with $79 50: platform rocker. $19 95: kitchen steel: modern de I atMIll Bumby ph.

.bl.<. Uouee Washinc Co. ph. have fine fryers, fres killed and .__ hand BEBI.ck I cabinet. $29 95: sofa $24.50: sofa- LnS'a green. $1.35. RURAL MAIl BX5U.5... St.RADIOSrFlrestone. I rubber tires; also all Wo.a. sold Fuel Oil Service.

2-3625. dressed: call 9723. BAT 0A 6V< and 'fotlD.tl. coll p.lt, no Cbn. mvt. dobl bed $34.50: 3 piece living room.suite < Office OuUlttn. I H.rd..re rsrts. Wilson Leonard .r"D. 4
.prlnl' love seat e.binet :
102 Central phone
Hardware. W.
INCOME: : TAX WORK and bkep FROZEN CUSTARD The old We.tllhous range; rabbit nuuh. :i SIS; cane back 401 RIOZ"nlth. moel lto I w. Cent.l. Phone 2-2187.
suiw I Itiies.
fu '24'
ini service. Books set uo Iel ioned kind mad with I C.rcb __ of summerland 849 piece -Jm6 E.ch LAWN MOWERS, ball bearing, rubber ne. Pla well and irrigation supplies: '
Parker Business Service: fres egg 149 N. Orange BURMA POLES New apmeot Winter Park. Stoltx. "n. $250; Mather ,59 $15.95: grass catcher and $59.65; Minerva, I 1 WATE engines. Florida 37. fertilizers and Soils

Ln. .tr.l.lt and dar.bl. 18f H I 1 St. ph. 2308.PI lawn ; Wyckoffs Hdw. 2524 $39 95: Great Southern Stores. I 1 pip. pump 630 W. Church: PIp
18. DINING ROOM SUITE. 10-Piece (olidmahogany. I I .epr. .
220 rooms; modern Be71 KvM. 69* N. Orante.ROLLING COLD SMOKE For best results.
ICI'TA Returns computed GRAPEFRUIT-Nice. Juicy ripe, for P.rrh 21841.BICCBJ". Or.nle. Alvarex. Tangerine.Florida. WINDOW SASH 24x24 and 24x16 everything In the aarden use Cold
; H. *
farmers bUMs. home use; also juice orange* for I 1 wo-W.kefeld f.rnlblnl' .l' pI5asne 'o. I 1 factory built of high grade white Smoke Soil Corrector. SOS Brook-
and stove 8.Orange.
et George A"ar home use; tl per bu.. brine You garage with hardware, $15; : tle Tac.um LINOLEUM-By the yard. 'x9'. 714 x H. Had..re. pine, tn stock now at $6 5O pair. R haven Dr.. phone 6314.
DRS
miei phono -. basket. W* pak aD ship everywhere 24 ; like new; 65H b seenat 43 E. V.le telePhone N.d..ner. silverware_ 1.mp. et. i I colors.9'. 9'xl2'9'xl2'linoleum Biselow-Sanford rugs in assorted felt Phone 3-1841.EQUIPMENT Com coe .Jewell. Intercession City. Fl*. COW FEHTILIZER Peat: any

UCB CNCRAoy kind o famous ripened fruit 2345.DR2 PLYWOOD BOAT-And rues, rayon faced also in RETAUA and griddle; WINDOWS Complete wih wel.ht amount. Also top soft: fill dirt
wok Id1. paltnl and from our own grove Kins Fruit BABY SAomplct with tray. panel, factory built, of FOLDING for Furniture. .se pl.t cords, frames* and Write H. A. Brsy. P.O. Box 102.Lockbart. .
the thing walkin -
repairing: call Co.. 1401 W. Washington, phone n.4. Str. 25 E. Pine. .hte quality 2 8x6.8 at electric motor: Just F. I rolor. Myrk' phone 2-1173. Open deep fat fryer; i.er. gal cooler; water 2-0346. 304 I r.ren. Fla.. phone County. (116)33R12.
W, Fleming, 7569.OTS 7267. Pone 2-3163. so lh. lake. Bar.ln. L Lnzr. HouI 1.lldll. coler. 45 gas .
C. 12 ech. Al limited supply of Appliances. Inc.. 428 WINDOWS All .tand.rd.Iu.
El Punto Pak. 44. Tues4.1 nenln 1 1.3. hettei.
For plantlns. ORANGES and grapefruit: tree BREAD BOXES White en.mel 81.95 don. ROeo Jewel Intercession Lke N. Orange Mldel, 22514.RADIOFIrestne. In stock for Immediate delivery
CE soil.Phono rp and up. Knox 25 E.Pine. for that delicious home style sixe made to order.
lawns and top sweet, SSe Ct F. PEER Marble 89e : any or
deldo.1.25 b. Phone 2-3163. cream; 3. 4. and 6 LINOLEUM delan. S29 95
Eddlnser. 2-4406- : esp workmanshlp 1 b.. alp 12.2 plus DINING ROOM Stiplee. solid mae. Leonard Hardware.u.r, square ysrd. All a few Imole.mFS. Alchef. Stores. Also window and door fr.mea prompt GARDEN SUPPLIES Fresh shipment
; right prices.ifiJSICAL e.pr. C. Stnen.Orowe. 301 BOAT 24 ft. run-about; inch mahogany heaT walnut; hk 7832 W..Iz.Central. Phone 2-2187. I The Home 458 N. Orange 692 N.1311; Orat.. service on all. od.r. 1120 17th St. of Vigoro. Make* your garden grow.S .

INSTRUMENTS Ipae.Kohendare. W. Far Av*.. dial 2-355. hull; seats 9: 73 B.I.. or rubber: 5Octq. I IU Y Phone 2-76._ phone 1132.WHARWS Ibs, 45c: 100 Ibs.. $4. Also Intermediate
Like
Macrnder Ace ORANGES, srpfrlt tn.erle Scipps marine motor; 81.200.. DRFuh panel interior; cedar FLOOR RUNNER to any length. Smyth LIVING ROOM SUITE Overstuffed: RFR1GERAT0R. pund. c.P.c1.. Gsrden type sizes. Firestone. Oranx* and
Cut
ty.
V. Central.
Condict 37 E.
Also metal
POf. 2-24. tnllO tre rpned. &I 6137. 1.ltr. ; : limited supply bedco.. N. Or nge and Railroad. 1 1FRNIRETo.7' newly upholstered: rebuilt: pre..r.onlr.hon Winter Part.RFRIGERATOREleerle fe.. wheelbarrows..IIh Bumby ride.Hardware 102 Concord.
made to or .' per bu. Ph&4. c/o D In stock, orders filled prompt C : $85. Oas radiant he.te. FEAT HUMUS; delivered. Write Ed-
RIVEE Din ft Cold- W
MRR Church.
der widow .l.m. I. Orlando W. A. Gtb.OR01. BEDROOM fIRTI beds. : M MW.orl.. 3310 8. K.h .; ,, .pl.1 I Crcal.Un..o he.tr; liS. I 2-2351. I win W. Fly. Box 183. Zeilwood. or
; bushel I dr.ur. ; also 'r Machine Phone ett : dot spt IRON call 6411, Apopka.
Iror Wk. 124. : tanere. .mro 4 ; SlnlletoD.. Sop. Desk for office or HoUenb.k WROUGH. : llnTREW;
Know the 81 dinete. ch.I. ran- .hl. selection
RENEWED large size : LAWN
MATTRESSES buhel
:
of comfort with ou_.pro fruit 7So buaheL S 1 Clark.er.p Wi : E. Smith AY. DOORS Well seasoned paneled interior. I mahogany home; rerlsr.tr Credenza. MOWERSA.: eo Eclipse table glssstop: four chairs: lamp 38. Plants, Flower* and Seeds

aep a ipong* rubber, eomorb dermere. I BICYCSy'. 26 Inch wheel; new Glased exterior. Waterproof wing chair;Dnc.n. our atk.II Knox Stores Co-, 25 E. Pine. Phone : ROSEWOOD ANTIQUE.- Lv seat. torch type; blue Iushona. lob like

e. Free HUate. R. ORANGE ; ideal b.Uoo tle. '20. Portable eleti sheathing paper. Cablrets. siding, Every piece Inspt our moneysaving 23163.LVATORI.. Newly .pholtre; .In.t diners: new. .3. Wlur P.rl AFRICAN VIOLETS Petunia and
m.tt 1123 Phone for .rea day 7Se a cook plates and phone cabinets. Tan Wyen Const sale. Jenkins 229' ; eondl- comb ladeer .plb.ck pansy plants: Isrg* Belgisn azaleas:
l.t.e Chu p.rle.Fruit pleDc. N. Orange I for apartment, trailer, or camp. 830. Co. 711 Jackson Ave. off II Boone St. S.ne t.o esceIent. 882-R. bl.ck..ln.t .Ictr.o. bdrom suite WATER HEATEletnc: 220-V.. Peggy Jos Garden. 2319 N. Orange.
221.P a.Uoa T. Trail B..kct 1725 East Kaley._ (.rt Winter Park. ton Wintr and I oil ereal.tlnl ; keroseneheater. Phone 2-1727.
BIOm pl 4373. tapestries, velours bro&LARD .Ize. H. H. welder 2-14 wire
tuslds and out; 1-11 SPINNING WH Ever had one? BAT SOPPLAhor. life pre DOORS Panel and glass; double FARIC.. maeclases. damask CANsopund Hadware. SAve OraDle Singer treadle sewing machine late If fie 20th. AZALEAS, cut newer*, artistic table
A drink .Itb all Ic cream and oar hung and easement window to tation quality materials Phone model. Also 75-lb. ice box; ice f Pid"pt. decorations: w* wlr* anywhere
and very little milk. A for locks. H. Parneh Hardware. 220 order In ou plant Mill* and Nebraska. In good selections. R 8. Browo.I 2-1841 cooler, box: lawn roller.30callon I WASHING MACHINE Sunny Buds, Klttlnger'i. 64 E. Central: 4643.
OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRED 2Se at Laney-s. 149 N. pit Ave. 8. Orange. Phone 218.1.BAY ._ 2911 N. Orange A... LATHE Small e.rtDn. cbr.p.with swivel; no wringer: $3O. Larry Laure. -
ANNUALS
-PetumaK
Ooweristatlce
Department corn
Service without Rod
I .
Phono our or Hoo.iier Trsiirr
when your machine ned "P.1 W.A. CRIBS Youth bdl b ENGINES, gasoline, distillate, and FIREPROOF GRATES and : .. Golden Rod. .Glden. bot..ter tank with kerosene Pak. ; and many others; C. J.
Check with Oeort* TJFTemplTempl. Fruit netel Th.7e Diesel engines for agricultural and :I outside barbeque grills; ;r r: Gaa" F. beater and connections, complete W AuAERr stock will fit your William*. 1411 E. Concord.
Itu 1 B Center. 66 N. Orange.BROADFELT Industrial installations. Florida Pipe I MOTOR hp. single pba.he."y double kerosene single Paint and Wall-
8t. phone 8158.3UTBOARD 50 W. CentrL Dial 4232. pD. Yout : the ideal grille and fieplace in Pbone ; he.te ns. .Orl.neo. AUSTRALIAN PINES. 2Sc. azaleas.I .
M.1
Supply Co.. 63O w. d.ty. prte' conditon. heater. Phone
_ MOTORS RA AT serve I f. wide various Curcb. 818. Mills and Nebraska. I 2-0346. 304 Ave._ I 1:66. p.lr 3 J..klnJJl. I 0c to 83; peat humus, SOc bushel;
LOC LESBep colors; $2-35 running foot; ELECTRIC WIRE 12.2 and 14.2Romex. stsn- WASHING ,
AU make*. Bob and and pr FENCE cypress hearts MACINEEtr 1.7t.s. your contsiner Colonial Nursery,
218 E. Plant Bt.. youl. ., bth. 'le ATe. Avdoyan Rug Co. 2501 EdgewaterDr. I H. H. P.rl Had..r.i PT. and see us for MOTOR. SoTEushman. packMEDICINE d. e 1506 E. Colonial.
l.r EQulpm.nt 2. LDeJ" 19 nil .. 2-121. 1 22O 8 Orange A. 2184.ECRIC d.r. 1619 Ave. .e delvry. 125 mo.er. r."I. Silverton just d'tton. For information telephone
.
phof. Wlnur Re. ALLEN GROVE Temple oranges O.nl In RADIo 8874. CITRUS TREES Fun grown. Winter
BOATS 12-foot Inboard boat, good :: ,;: : 1.U prfetI : new Phone
TOASTERS elee- al .b.
$2.25 ovrhauled
PIANO technician from the up: platform rocker. I II d \ Park Nursery and Landscaping C*.
tuning TNGMuur, r.n.b fre We tr.Wonderu f.1 engine: 11-foot speed bat: electric I and electric irons. The rRe. .01 upbol ter7. I 2-346 Jt I. rd.REFRIGERTIONut WINDOWS Standard size; Immediate ph. Winter Park 35.COCOS .
Rp.lrs .hp. I CABINETS Bathroomfixtures delivery, all made of
al 2 1-1 hish
W. Fair
10 W.
Becker. 441 Jon lu8 &t pb Like Underbill Phone Pine..&n S.. Stor. Ch.rcl I Cushion spring* back and seat. R.a, I : built in ironing boards: I 12. bp. 105 : Phone b. grade cypress. 1120 17th St. ph. 9732 PLDMOSU3 PALMS Lane:

2-18. PICK OWN FRUIT Orances.65c ECRIC RANG5. Be M onable. See at 133 8. Hlhl.nd.WInter telephone Smyth Lumber Bor B..b7. also young palm* all sizes. 100626th
YOU girl1*: 26"; balloon tires: e.blnet. 2-2174. WINDOWS in stock for immediate .
PAINTINO ana decoratinc; plaster SOe per : BICC. Jewel Amela Oadea.mULC \ Co.. N. R.nro.d.MEAL I 81.CITRUS
b. Or.n"
and bonded Jr .rpfrt. b. ; 845.9O. Also complete 9 12: .U-.oI; face delivery; double hung; four light:
II' ELECTRIC ice freeser RU052. I
85V. per cream ; pedestal
t.n..nne. EQtM- OVERHEAD GARAGE TREES Some two *
Lc.e year
pt. la standard with
Berv- balloon tires and tubes. Flrestone. $60 each; 1. 9 x 12 rug sixes. Complete
bu. Oroves. Wlnd.rmere.NIC lavatory used lumber trailer De.
latnac "eM.rr7' : doly. 2" at reduced prices while good sssh. frames, glass, sine Jamb liners. old; bartain Different varieties.
Or. and Concord. Railroad. dor. pre5 pad: 1 crib mattress; condIton.
k. phO. 998 JC. Danl orane. 11.0pr nil 3 n..450-21 'Ir. Sink 12"ll0 C. N. TJrange and I lasts. Smyth Lumber Co. 1051 Lancaster Drive.. Pullman balances. Inside trim, screen Phone county. 116. 42-R-4.
PAINTING Interior and exterior: .. BED Innerspring m.tre. box house north F.lnU. 441. bushel and S N. Orange and Railroad.
BASKETS ,
1118 FRUIT Better 5u_. frame ami prime coated. WadeScottInc. CAMELLIAS azaleas: palms; landscape
screen* made and repaired bonded; plenty and DELICIOUS Home-baked Salt .prl.. full Bicycle sue, .bd.; 825. 20 ELECTRIC .OTRI h p.: 220 yolt.I buleI fat bottom .hlpplol type; MEDICINE CABIESB.th rom RUBBER Quick STAMP, every purpose.Suppues. 100 W. Amelia Ave.; dial 22920.WD shrubbery: tropical plant*.
of .0. 3-phase Robin I IIn.
10. 769
.tr.l. UeD rising, whit. whole Inch 1121 E. Amelia._ 18th St. : W.ter. le. Co. 3. I 1011 dinete brelut Dot ? Orlsndo Rubber 9 INTERNATIONAL Diesel tractor. MusKlwhite Nurseries. E. Princeton.
I..r. B.r. 13c. and drawn fry 85 springs 850 I Ph 5663. .nc Nebr.sl.. 1 tWorks. 6 W. Church at S. O ': Completely rebuilt, good a* CITRUS TREES Peaches. Plum*.
letter : :
and
.PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY ers. 6Sc. Local f.r eggs, large 69c. BEDMet.1 clothes hampers,for GARDEN HOSE In 25 ft. and SO ftlengths. MATTRESSES Kantwet; for cribs. new. Pnce 82.750 00. Can be Inspected Peer*. Persimmon's, figs, pomeSTamtes.

writing, _nc P.rkr. Business Te rp.e sweet and Juicy or.ne. minum 86.95;;chairs 81.95; ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR 2-1239. Great Southern Stores. 692N. I $1095. See at Youth Center, t de I : L:: eP. at our Ranch. Phone 2-1444 Mulberry, loquata. avocado*,

Service .r.pfrlt 85c bn.; F. 85. Furniture, m.tres r. Ornnie A... North Orange Ave.MAYTAG .t.mp. .nd for farther Information. Magnolia pecans, crapes, shad* tree*, shrub

IApEGIO. S.mpl.shown. lemon.20 Store. ,Stop Orange and Blossom save .-Whtl.._ I ELECTRIC HOT PLATES Single GROVE SRAYERB.n 35. 500model. I WASHER Motor one Orlando Office S.pply.tm.tc.. e.ter.21 Ranch Inc.YOUTH bery.Poole's Mills to Nebraska than on* mil*
npr $1.77 up. Doubles $6 95 up. The t.ke off c A-l condition. Corner S. I Pine St., phone S114. -Alex and to Nursery.
20th. BABY CRIB and high both In
thlp. Pone 2-89. Tai at good See ch.l 26th Fair, Stlre. 10 W. Charb. Perfect condltla Phone Bro.n lnder Lakeview.MOTORBIKE Biake." BED for sale; ph. 2-1292.

PAINTING and decorating; 22 7e.r St., 9 to conditon l0t I ELECTRIC 2-3921 ..ld.Y. I Perfect condition. RUGS 9x12. and 6x9. Reason
3 WATE -
for Rent HEATIn a 8&0.
of lob Inside 1.
In and Orlando out.; bt. paint 1812 Illinois. % .Ude BARBECUE SETS Portable Ic popular 'IZ. att.cU. GALVAZE WATER pAI.r-. good tires: Man's bicycle $10. 915 I able. Call afer :.0 p.m. Telephone SMALL HOUSE and tent; to be TOMATO PLANTS Wbit* Bermuda
B.ttn J. cos. Ine. thermos 2-1294. V mile onion plants. Fritt* Oar-
Kelly.
W.lur Rbi St. Ph. moved See Alvin
chests thermos
Phone 7872. I IPLUMIGWe' FLOOR SANDERS Mew American ; Sm7t Lubr ... L.url 662."ATEDuble
Railroad.GARBAGE
.un. opposite Postoffice. and ,
Co. N. Orange dens corner Belgrade and Virginia.
"8": new edser. Reasonable Co N. Orange I Lumber bed. ROM AIR CONDITIONER Also Air north of Lockbart on old ApopkaI

Centrl Plumbing I C. R Burke. 1805 S Bumby r.u.An. BOATS, row, and ELECTRIC WATER COOLERS by CANS 2O gallon capacity: I 1 twin Pr.wa., good .. electric: cook*, cool* and I road. FEW HUNDRED, lemon root pink
Betlna 7538.1 Bran Day '85.FR tom skiffs plJwo V-b We.Unchous. Summer Is here.so $2 98; Great Southern Stores. 692 b.t ..: 1 twin prewar platform ; heat*. Orlando Sale .Service, 610 ALL PURPOSE GARDEN TOOLS A grapefruit buds; 81 each. O. 8.Merchant. .

1.231: SANDER Edger and two air-cooled .IU Inboard motors; .h7 buy today? Walter J. N. Orence. springs S.n. between 3 N. Orange; dial 2-951. good selection of tools Including Winter Garden, ph. Winter

PlO TUNING 1610, rebuilding 8. Orange,Blossom factory Clark. All .equipment rael. from I to '55. B.ulu! Wilcox.Postoffice.In,.. 61 E. Robinson, oplt WATER HEATER New 3O gal and $. 10.. C.I .Ave.. : REFRGERTORNe. Coler.tr; hoes, rakes, shovels, bush books, post- Garden 122.

thnleln at reasonable rent.Smyth Lumber b.t for j 01n automatic heater for city or MIRRORS Full length dressing mir .el..ben our f.r- i bole diggers, pitch forks, wheelbarrows
T. L Brancneau.FAINT Co.. N. Orange and RaUroad. lur. Pe Cut Boat & Construc- ELECTRIC WAT BT. 30als. bottle gas. 38 E. Par Ave.. Orlando. ror. 12x48 inches. $3 95. Orlsndo niture arrived. cost $88.75; band plow*, wster hose, sprinklers 39. Livestock and Supplies

FLOOR ( ) and cabinet ton .. .; .. Tacu.m heat OAS WATER copper Furniture Co.. 141 and 615 W will sell for $73. Ph. Winter Park. pruning shesrs and saw*.
ESTIMATES Color suggestion PLH hour.. Ph. BABY STROLLER, excellent ers; all new: get them while lined HEATPenfield. c.p.dtl. I Church. 327-M. Lively Lsds. edger*. leaf rake*, fer- COW To be fresh In March, flrt
*. Reliable painters rm .nder. 4.7. 2524 2-221 condition. twi. .b .. Al Wlnln 2014 E. Kaley: 875. Apply.Monday,30a.l. I Table model. t tillzer distributors, garden seeds, calf; from fin* herd, very gentle.
Hdw. 11 Dl.- MANILA and 4-inch. $22.
mended. J.t 6O01. At K.h St. Phone 2-8171. D.ph phone Drive.GARDEN ROPEa. I RI0l.rn. floralpicture. l Snath handles: Inch hose and $75. Also saddle* horse for sal* or
clothes line. H
FLOOR SANDER, edger and polisher. Colon I : rent; 1401 W. Wsshingten.
Johns 2208 BICYCLE Boy's, just : ECIC Proc line: R. h Hardware 220 S. Orange. : 5a : rl.mtd i bibb*. H. H. Parrish Hardware. 220
Hardware. Edgewater IRNSnlnna Complet Pan
exterior: quali newly Can reondtie Knox TL 1 Phone : 8. Orange Pbon* 21841.SALB COW Good. milk, for sale: $13S. K.Ufer. .
" PATGItrr.mtr. POI free ..Ut Drive, phone 2-91. palted b 4 Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. stone.hose Oranite ho. .et. 2-1841 ROOF CA direct Sink cabinet*: combination Forrest City Road; RU 2, Box
pleas FLOOR SANDER and edger; new p.1 Dr.e.I I MOVIE CAMERA--MM Keystone saves monE. Elasto Paint and 188.
c.l 221.RIO equipment reasonable 22821.Wrckoffg BOATS'. AI.mn Craft 14* boats and ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR A-l GARBAGE galvanized. 10 and i K.Itb case filter. $37.50. Chemical Co.. 114 Wet Washington; phonograph and radio; automatic
RA12 t 18 hour : : Pb Ballinger boat trailers at reduced condItion $165. Cheney Highway. 20-gal*.: tubs: RFD boxes, Phone- Winter Pak 828. phone 7636. record changer*; cabinet*: fist iron*; FARM MULE for sale or trade. Lars*

la.rt. Pickup Hdw. 2524 prices. Also Dunphy ear top boats.Slightly 2 mi. Signal Hi Apply at 82.49: .. .. : snineles. Alarrome Uo electric hesten. 15% discount mule for small mule. Phone Ovtedo
.nd deUnr. Store. I 14' Thompson with 10 F.rr.1 Service ing: Bd.. 2S24 Inurlok-I MEA THREHOL. .. Smyth; RFIGERATOR 2-dOor; 12 on all articles sold this week only 2151. A Duds & Sons.

2 Churh. Phone 4652. 33. Articles for Sale HP a 10tr. Cowler Chevrolet ELECTRIC STOVEo' Point. 4- GASOLINE W7.kof' 1 or Lumber lenghs.. Oran"e.Idtb.and R.UrdMOTORCYCEHale f. Mor.. Blvd.. Wln- Caldwell AT Harris. 707 N. Mills St. HORSE If if* a Cow. bom you

RADIO RA work guaranteed Co. St. Clo.d. 2734. b.re. "n. new .olt perfect Clinton MOTOR. governor: I 40- ter Fak. phone 86W.REELh.kep.r MISCELLANEOUS Rifle, new, hnproved. rant I have owe of the best. See

; ho.r lnc pick up ..Dddelnr. ASBESTOS galvanised Siding alelea roll ft. 30"71727th CASH Florida Cash condition$135.. 100. 617 In stock: .Ith automatc.. 2524 Kohl I Dnldln.. President Won- English riding boot*. 1women. at 1404 W. Church 81 8818.

Wilke* Radio 1204 K. Col- St. are. .ie. t R RGIT. .ent sales, service Dlan.y Park D. GARDEN Wnllf'HOSE Lawn sprinklers Ave... I.. .o. .b.p... 41 I Runt deel. '; also fly ro.: RI.I reels.Herman' 1 msn: 2 heavy overcoat* i HORSE Saddle; verv gentle, 6 year*
pbone dining tsble
ol.1 D. 555. 22O W rise 36: field glsses: : j old; reason for sale; phone 2-4074.
Hardre.
; ; connections. Bumby .
hose
RADIO SERVICE Want prompt s.pple. 885. EIC .ABEApt. as IrO and MAIL BOXES Collins, visible Ila I L.n Ofl.e. 27 W. Church.SAW line mahogany porch swing. Ph.
102 W. Chareb.I JERSEY cow 3 i. diT.
*
CHINA-Wide complete set b.te pl.t I mall boxes. $1 95. per
thorough radio service at low cost? IleUon razor. 747 .. r:3.Store wood: in good cnditon. 2-1259.
double of service H. H. Par G.rde. 25 E. Pine. Phone i Also calf: rlcht for butcher Bee
Try us. Pick up and deUnr. Publix AUM-Wldo. hun.cumen' rish Hardware. 220 8. Orange. Phone ELECTRIC PUMP-With tank. $245. For Information BEAUTIFUL select knotty esblnet; before noon. 1479 Gen* St., Winter
Radio Benk. 816 aWDD bp. rof1. low well Bhal. I for the Home News Pa Broad St.. Ta"are.F.. phone 100White. upper and lower 11 fti6'ln. long Park.
Walltn
been "OVI
: never ; 2
Phone ad. ann wie. do.ln 2184.CANOEWe use 35 OASL MOTORSWien.ln. adventure, travel, comicsBowstead's i Settee and table. $25. Ph. 7453.
per hour capacity. westFalrvilla .. .
nm. trim b.r. now have on hand Old ft hOs .Iok. Camera Shop; 1039 N skill JERSEY COW First calf; easy
RADIO REPAIRS Also ..ma appliances .blnl. overhead garage doors. T01n *. Pin* Castle Boat Ct_ 2 norh on 441; way Equipment At Supply Co. 1016W. Orante: call 2-1515. SHE R-Rk lathe snd :10 one penny OLD VIOLIN R. W. Evans. Rt. 1 milker: fin* for family. S7S. Rustle
; reasonable work P. J. i Box 710 Holden Avenue, Orlando,
a pallets for block ma Construction Co.COW Lrkin. Church St. le. Camp. Maltland.
n.rat. Boyd at Wyckoff'g, 2524 Tenttr. steel EXTENSION MEAT DISPLAY CASES fixtures by n.ll. Phone 6395. Florida, c/o J. S. Russell.
1
ch..eoDr muo. ltl LDES28fot. 1 LIVE STOCK HAULED We are prepared -
2-Z821. Tyler Fixture Corp: 48 W. 2
set
A. ; ;
pb H. Parrish Cent.l SILVER CHURCH Model
pt 1 JACKSON AND
.tl .tl Metal Ule. 22 SEVICETe. to haul kind of live
4278. General Cooling and Heating | any
1 crib
RADIO REPAIRS atIU Ph :
service
Expert on Phone with
sash 2-1841.
.n"e. used, full sugar er.mer mat NC Brick machine complete
e.iiivrn Ureaold GAS never stock. We buy. SWB or sell *ny
all makes and models. Ielt ''k. sue RNGENew., table top storage NAIL- In popular -S12 per tress; good condition. 1051 electric motors and switches. kind of live stock. Flunk. 1404 W
attention. .te 8t.IJ Southeast Steel Sales Co.. 10 W. CAIE III2 in. at 899.50 apace: broie.. Rugby Ave. Also 3x6 ft. 8-ln. front doors. I Drive. 1 9 Cubic feet, second hand, paddle Church: 8818.
Ave. Amelia, phone 114.5 complete 1127 17th St. 9732. Bash type mixer Or will sell
Orn. Pone WEIGHTS -
EGO sifter SASH bal.nc.
do.n.i 2.1t.GL IEAT *: GAS ROOM Radiant SADDLE HORSE. cood: excellent
with mixing faucet* four roll
of concrete
REFRIGERATION household d.ln. S HTE OIL and sash pulleyi; sssh cord. The entire machinery a
pins Neo. SmyhI :
and 8EVlC In let yours today. Walu WUc&I Hardware. .prnlln.. e.D. 2- style; for b.t.De bottled ... STOVE3b.re.. heater $15: I Lumber Co N. Orange and I Brick Plant which has been la brood mare: 1019 8. Oranse Btoe-

rebuilding, repairing c.Slab ; IRON 40 fet long, lOc per I Ine. 61 E. 331. J.ekn. select Walter yours J. Wilcox today loc while. 61 they E. Robinson. .- bed. complete, 'U.O. 716 West SOFA BED 6UITE 2 pieces, coil use less than 45 days and which can i som Trsll. phone 547.
Amelia.OCCASIONAL. < be In operation at our plant FOR SALE Fine herd of accredited
"nU Refrigeration. 5 N. Terry. Morssn't Balvsue. X.Church. opposite Postoltict. spring construction. Orlando seen
IU.RpRGETONP. t I CANOE PADDLES 81. Machinist CHAIRS and I Furniture Co.. 615 189.5.. i site. This plant has the following milk cows, consisting of 35 Jersey
$1.25. Bit 84.25. GARDEN TCOR. pl.oc Jr., ct machinery and Guernsey cow*. Also 1 pure bred
regular 824.SO. cloze $
out I"Bumby
prompt effi ARMY T14s1. 16x16. Ils5. luare. .$395. brale. mod .. I B-1.Ine.de lsndo Furniture Co. 141 and : SASH CORD Number and 1 each left bind Jckson snd Church registered Guernsey bull 1 rfsrltng
Cllt lnl. O all new ple.lorl.n' Salvage. Pp cuttr.Hand 8-I.$2.25 and dla. plo. cultivator I w. church. Hardware Co., 102 W Model NC brick press complete with and 3 calves. Also all dairy equipment
and dome.t m.k.call I ple.. 1.5. cll hammers. ELECTRIC WATER HAT row; well sell at original COt; 8450: I I Church St. \ electric motors snd stsrter*. Including -one 200-ton metal

Willard .Keisr. .'0 ALUMINUM CASEMENT WINDOWS 81.15 ax.15. 81.50.. Ph. 2-6021 after 5.30 p.m. I OIL STOVE 5-burner: 7 chairs: SAWMILLS Edgers; brand new, 1 each rttht hand Jackson and Jamesway silo. 1 McCormackDcerinx -

N. Mills 518. Finest quality.Add a ..value to boards lP., Maypole clothes Wu Now stock. Immediate G. I. SALES Work and Man's t practically new, medtum. prompt delivery: good used pl.nr; Church Model NC brick press complete silage cutter. 2 Surge milking
bDce.
RUGS AND trPHOLSTERY cleaned ." all sises of S All $50. Phone 73O6 used sawmill electric motor and starters. machines and refrlsers-
that .10. No rust or stains. $7.95. These prices to tnn- ..ur be.l.r.deunr'l $10. Steel $15. II clrcler resaw slightly with compressor
in your own home: appro.e methods W.Rho. on 27th St. West of Orange tory. Profilft Supply Co..re.c .. 10 gallon heaters .hlh 8o.$2.50. elot. office chair*. I' OIL RANGE 5-burner. Nesco; good and two motors. O. 8. Miller, Gen.Del. 1 each 25 cubic feet Besser mixer 1 tlon equipment and milk cooler. Box

; moth proofing. D1 R1 Cleaners Blossom Trail. M At 8 Sales phone your 110 volt ... New. 9x12 rugs $20 each. Nails.roll condition; chesp. 60S Non P.ra. I Orlando. Fla. on steel bsse. clutch pulley V-drive 379. 8-8tar.
phone 7642. Agency. Phone 2-3621 or 2-4157. 7124CEA large 3O and 40 gallon 814 shingles and more. Remington with electric motor and starter.
T.mpr.r : W. Oore A.-.. o convenient terms .low a 12.5 rnne. side of Winter .b.t OUTBOARD Evinrude 3-3 SHOT GUN-New .ut 1 each 25 eubtc feet skip leader with 40. Pet Stoefc and Supplie*
RMODEO ADDITIONS BVI. OUlen table; Coleman weekly. S.ltl'. Oad. I MOR. ; model 1 16 gauge. ,
Painting, reasonable AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS- CT-arQ lugs; antique B4. west of Raymond's. H P. 3 h0n in time. See m.tc.: also shells; o three HP motor and controls
bldl1.
estmat.on time and Electric and gas. 20. 30 and 40 gsl. miscellaneous therO dishes other 143 N. Orante Ave. GALVANIZED tubs, at A John 1807 N. Orange. I Phone 2-1732. t each bucket type elevator with BOSTOIf STUD 12 H Ibs, HagertyFlasbAgam -
mateaial. Stenns Ph. 6781. capacities: for delivery Moa and eb.lr 747 Garden Plaza..oc AI.te 810'1' garbage can,WAPail, Knox MACHINE Singer treadle: electric motor. Ala* the stecearary ; strain Oak Crest, H
Fe Tues. Modern A 428 It.l. 50.ETERK 01.. et. SEWIG accessories for belt type conveyor mile Esrt of Highwsf 17-92 on LongRoad. -
Stores 25 E.
Co Dr.
RADIO REPIsolr dependable PPU.De le. CIRCULATING WOOD HEATER; icebox 2-316 ORINA RUG Silk, sixe, ST'x I ; 822 Oleodonja for nndrrtnrk unloading. .

P.1 UP and N. Or..e; 221.APARTEEQUIMNT ___ ; good condition. Please phone GARDEN TOOLS Hoes, raxes. I Can be seem at :510 between 10 a m. and 4 pm.'I i 1 each Model D Truck-Man Hit
delivery. Fuller Church Gas 8633. I shovels, etc. Knox Raleigh Street.'ERHEA complete I COCKER SPANIEL 3 months vM:
Bro FOUNTAIN PEN desk truck.
Ph. 8942. l I ,, CHICKEN BDEel electric .. Chek with Oeorge Stuart. I Stores Co.. 2$ E. tr Phone 2-3163 GARAGE DRMe'I SL"K-Me.with c.bIDet $94 pr-.a.5 141 W Steel racks: wooden pallet*; turntabien 9617.pedigreed, black, phone 2-O941_ or

ROOS. FURNITURE. UPHOLSTERY. be.tr combination electric range ; used vn.R.so.ble. 168 8.Lakevtew 1 S. ..I St. phone 8158. GAS RANGE Cabinet Elelro Rr.ee prices prent Wsshmgton. snd nsnd lift trucks. _

Venetian blinds, ce.ne the mod- I .. c.bln.t. Mo.r Appliances.Inc. ELECTRIC HEATERS AU type*. lux ..epr and. a. Wi, stock 1. Smyh Lumber Co. M.Orante SINKS all types, flat runs, single For addition*! Information eommunl- i COCKER SPANIEL POPS 8 weeks
stock
428 old. ot Champion ;
era way. 2251.CIPRERl" fred and I rat* directly with General M neeer. i Pedtxreed.
de' 15
A pte. r..ltalzd. CITRUS GRADING and aiainc ma % Don't overlook this
dl1ble
cmp.rPDt
serv AIR h p.. dleDt I OUTBOARD cOlprmet. Albany Conrret* Products Co- i phone 2-3881.______
motr oo 4-hou QuI One and two sets of bins. a good Orlando SpaldincJimmy H-P Evinrwde snk. .It
chin. b.reL. 10T8. .
2-2 I ". C.. .2 Small .ae polisher. 490 N. Brvadway. AppU.n Co. Inc. 210 M, GL CU: 9 Walter Hagen ; prfec' conditon: bargain: chrome plsted tr. Cash ter. Phone 2650, P.O. Box 1047. Albany.Ca DOG FOOD. Kibbles and X-rel doc

REFRIGERATOR v i- 438. Phone 439.CENTRIFUGAL Orange. Phone 4537. Tomlnwos IroD Wilson Indestructobsg. phone- 4Zo. I Libby ft Freeman. '1 W. mnedie* and swppUes. Orlando

service: all mal.Walleker Refrigeration ANTIQUES Small Victorian side ELECTRIC f. Mrs, Likr new. AU 8135. o OIL BURNERS We have severs. SUITS, tropical worsted. 1 each; WE RAVE for Immediate delivery X-Cel Store. _
Indiana Av*. bn. sausage-legged lamp table. I tng .PP.IPn. TR.lb Lane off Par Ave. ( rebuilt oil burners. We will I bght and medium tan: 46 regular. nrw 17 font Chris Cr ft Runbout DACHSHUNDS Registered A K.C.
Winter Park, phone 480>. nlUne maple and cherry I rubber-tired Machloerr Ren We" T.lr P.rk Rt B.elpln 5 ft. to eo with 'control and give ,,42 waist: special pnce. Hotel of with 9t! R P motor. Write, call or from T B. Msrkl* Kennels: 9l
Cobol FREEZERS From .
RADIO REPAIRS 24-hr, service: all ; side tbl. Chippendale chair. I Co.. Lrle.. St.COT. t4. oP\lt E Pnt Lk" HOME CU. : burner Call 6750 Florida. Inc.. 378 N. wire collect Jsk Aronnv Auto Part* l months old: 1 pup 3 month*. W* wtHI
13 8..h FIRE U cu. ft. Select your* Walter s.rat. ld.
A table hurricane lamp JGOH2. gallon i I t.J trial I Tire Co.. Phone 3-2581. Mont I have the** exceptionally fine docs
work lant. A WIII 2014E. brie-a-brae. 137 Peninsula PRTABL TEWRI soda In. H. t. WUcox. Inc. 61 1. SCREEN WIRE Galvanized and Ala. 1 1161 HarwoodAve.i .
A.. Gt. Haines City. Florida. Phone 3672.AQUELLA t .affe ton H. Parrish Hardware. 220 ': Ave. opposite Postoffice. I PAINT-White outside and Interior I bronse. Also grills. H. H. FarrteuHardware. gomery. only a few days.
8 fiat. Johns 2208 220 S. Orange. Pbone 2- LOGAN, air and hydraulic cylinder*
ROOFING N..o.fM.AU ..rk I. lamps, ete. Singer m..bln. Phone 2184.'FsaPT. HOUSE-An *'xl8' top. Floored Hdw. Elw.ur : ,
Makes tnt coolant
I pourous masonry pictures dishes, glass Dr. Phone 1841. nd vslves. air churn.
C BUlbY: watertight. Why not have the best i mir. 'GI Cpr 7 ft. ID. b"o.sides of siding and screen. 211.POP. pumps. J. A. Postell. 165 Spring St.. Hospital. 1600 M. Orange. 4848.
I I\ Smyth Lumber Co. N. Orange ll t ti war. klth.n .ten bra-bra I 100: t ktta and bath: all electric electric deep and shallow SEEDS Ferry'. frs supply of N.W., Atlanta 3. Oa. i 1
j i Railroad. HUh! .r. 1 1I 5 I.butt. $25 per 1OO. Will cut and plu..m complete. Phone .el p.yment nothing down flower and s. rust received. FROZEN HORSE-MEAT for pets.
RoFlGRl a.1 .1.llu. Bel- Knox Stores Co.. PinePhone | "HOTs" In 1 and 2'-lb. refriserator -
CABIN ft. length aiae Co.PhoneWinterJ 6781 or see at ttt'le E
I Ifrd. or
i i ANTIQUE SECRETARY Mahogany.Sneraton deie. UtUt Lk. Bol. G.rde. pr mODt. 34. Articles .Wanted '
Brownie's
U KenMiShop.
25c
2-3163. packs. >
asbestos sidinc. For sale or applied: See at o : t Works. : 3 10 of a mile Orange many Well Drilling .Pm.
. work free estimate: 3 : I.n. dropleaf cherry 19 : Blossom Trail, on Holden Ave. I Winter Garden Rd. fast ofOrlo drop leaf Mark* and Matnolia. _
SIMMONS
au.r.nt Dr. Fa.CE I mi. wlce .
table; bn.-bre. 9 E. ColD.l I I Pi-'S.ieJ'r that are BEmplt ANVIL Tool*, pipe ntttn** PiNSCHERS. AKC
Orlando ph. k ward- MINIATURE reg-
y..r Sn. 468 SIDING For exterior nae. Furniture HOTEL RESTAURANT and Barequipment Vi. : 101. table: des : .
I rsdios: cash for most anything.E
Winter Garden AIRPLANE MODELS Motors and ac I adult female
Rd. I satisfactory. Smyth Lumber pn trunk: bost. Ph. 4694. i iitered: 2 puppies ;
les' o B- I Co. W. Central. in stock ready for immediate PIANO Grand. Stieff. Reasonable. rob *'* 71 E. Church; pn. 93M.
mond'*. crc. HO and O gauge ri Co.. N. Or.fle and Railroad.CAN I Wood and chromechaires I For Cal telephone Brand Winchester : j color red. Mr* 8 L. Bennett. Bylvsa
ra4s. Rdnl cars and b.t ... I FOOD FREEZER Firestone upright d.U.er. colors Formica .1 SHOT OUN- new. AXES, furniture of sH kinds: sewin* 1 Shore*. PP. Box 52B. *1 Dor*. Fl*.
:
Phone j! OPENERS Many 7b. cubic It.. Great Southern .tl.many lM.PMP I pump. Model 12 2SI iehlnn. snyttilni you hive toSeweHThurmond 1
SUre
leather and old ball and fox
I and wall style. 15c t.ble "s barrel: $70. 435 PUPPY months
KnJ N and water Furniture Co.W
BOO CUAMntO W. Utorowcbly \| APLCa..KM ..tl i I IL 6tortC z K. .p 9 Orn"e.f wood onn > ett etemm table*. Isumaplalr.e. terrier Zde J for 7atin y. Ptemfts
: P. Z-31$3. snd DlSl 4O70.
clean all kinds of rug*. 51&n. .4 L b.t. gas space he.tr .. type. CNt SIDa bookcase: all sisec deev fat ffr. .. and S. dnl" Robinson: dial SAWS metal groan rutter.cut of Dwalt.Ware Pln Bt. of pep. Female. 81O. Pbone 6957 or
placed where need.-d |I If.n CAPE SWEEH..d i t"le. be wwde electric; stainless .rh. I ANTIQUE JEWELRY", diamond! old see at BOS Langston Court
rdl.t. C .
I .ua !!!! 1.5. Str Co.2 Pine.j into double St. nr W. A. Jory Co. Jeftcoat Slatlon. Cenway Rd.I' highest prices. Expert
workmanship with best approved heaters home z b. Delaney I I gas and electnr: roll and cold. "We pay Purebred, ,
eltr> .p. 2-3163. PUPPIES dewermed Eng-
methods. them now for prompt sal floor furnaces; I j Pboe FURNITURE For S apt. i w.rer stainless Iel grills, gas PARKS PEU... Pn STUDIO COUCH and living room set nd honest appraisal. Herman'* Loan. Eskimo,

service. Wsn. lor and deliver in I! and _.o heatera. Modern Apl COW PONY SADDLE and bride including: Philco br.. O. E. ,t and : clen and I' 3753. Dr.. ,I'! t. 319 Boyd S,. Wlur Garden 27 W. Church. I bun lisa*. Toy shepherds.fox terrier*. Toy spitz shepherd*. Ptt*,

Orlando Prk Orlando'', aD Inc. 428-30 N. p 15. Ideal fo women and ch- Motor and Singer Sewing Machine. 1: dnnk boxes: 8 coffee m.te tray PIANO Baldwin upright. Excellent .. Winter O.rde. F.. BOILER AO b p. Return tubular male* $154H>. female* $10 OO. Scotch
Steam Laundry. 49 W. ; dial dr. Mrs. Robert Z. aadRobinson. stands, : and I condition $175. 635 Montroe St.Clennont. I Kerrick for borntn*
2-251. Orange Corner Bumbr I er. STEAM Make preferred. Cheap collies or Chinese chows, male*
Box 1357. Santord. Florida. i iFRr trays silverware, and C
service
2-2t1. c : Fla. F. F. Dlckson. phone 9158.
working waste.
St.
t AUMIU WAR- Dllt. stock I I K.I.r. cO- 825 00. females 813.00. Ship C.O Dapproval.
pots stainless steel
W.arEnr prsure :: CANVAS CAMP COTS Sturdy and kitchen, liv 'I or glassware aluminum; : bar ao4 kitchen sinks, TELe steelbackedwaU I Idea for private; or Ia Grays g>a t|_ Owing*.
and durable. H. H. Parrish replaced with a heavier .
Number griddles Clean. Satisfactory S C.RABBITS.
SEPTIC N.tln.L. 320 8. Orange. Phone Ha41a'j _.d ,Fvr informatlon all (tie*: soda electric cake t fol it bt .e. Chevrolet Co. Hi W COTTON RAGS
exery-I dutch Pamsh Rard- fVUOlal. Cons nit Holler See the Shop Foreman.I .
TAI 9591. 0" price paid. .
CE el"pbvn in "I RASBITS Get
u .. .1 F. J. w l iSO"n Orange. Phongl -tl. COLEMAN LANTERN9:aD t. FISHING TACKLE 2000 I' = ', .=t last* regular Ule. Free btW. .t Ootrml Ave. I Pressroom, Senuncl-etar. them at

Permanent I.Dt bnd.d I bu.n H. 1 Pr B.rwa True-Temper lr Du. pi* = ra : sales aadi I I Phone_2-4632._Bob Sweeney. I TABLE CLOTH Beautiful band
JMured._Route 19. I AWNINGS, porch curtains. Venetian 22O S. Orange. 1 1I s.d. IJ ., wall ecru. at 1511 watchesJewelry, old
: 2-111. 30-pound tesu bt 1tt thermoaiues. i vaults cah rilt.n: wo POWER TOOLS. Lo an metal lathe* I coht S & DIAMONDS
SEPTIC TANKS rd .blinds, slider covering. Pn.96 i I CIRCULATING HEATERS, fuel oil: Kennedy H. H.Farrish :I stielvme: ,.. Cp1 and shapersDeWalt Tbor Rol'o., phDe 2-222 I sold -Hirbest ra b Prire. M. M

Cleaned. 8tt Florida ..n Co, U. H"lhy.t I Florn. for homes .De businesses. I Hardware, 220 S Or..e.I i with fitting*. .Harry .. and Mail tools, pbl electric TYPEWRITER Underwood sl.re| Seeal. Jeweler. 32 W Church.

t business Alr..t. I 1695 J. l 61 E I Phone 2-1841. i 541 Volnsia, Ave. Beach. I; dr. screw drnr 4. ld.I 14". G ecUO. $50 ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT Win pay TOY FOX PTFPT far sale: 6 week*
brass, etc. opposite 1 phone 88.I Prase. 8. Bum"y.I used electric refnsrrstors. -
SEWINO a.r. 'Fu : 353. MOt Dra C.1 2-:: s 163 cash for eood
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Vaewum t .TQOEIn In o shopu i CROQUET SEP from $575to ; .1 dtf..t. .a "ba HICKORY DWIt. inch: S. POULTRY FEEDERS watering TYPEWRITER New Underwood a'bYe Bom by Hardware Co. 102w
HamlTs West Btrt. Repair. 410 W. Punch bowl rentaL Wu'a Trading 814.95. BUb Bad..102 W I''I fm M.th Old U. I I and T ft. t.cnl1 at Curo- I founts. R. H. r'dB I prir. Orlando Furniture Churrh St. KelTinator IVnt. Cail
Core. p. '9 Pot 110 W. C1 I Cur 81. o freDd h al atm Co.. Church and M.t Building. 22O 8. 0.. C 14 W. Church. I for W. E. WaKhaO. Dial 6104. [Contfaraed On Next Pajel




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APARTMENT Of cottage; location I cAT ROAD 805. 301 I DELANEY SECTION-Owner has ra-f BIER ST. B.-3 bedroom furnished LAKE DAVIS SECTION-Bungalow: V

40. Pet Stock not Important 1 near ba line. 2 I t j Furnace heat. Can tuld.y. I,I I dosed Price on this a-bedroom. bus at your doer close to scnooL 8 rooms and sleeping porch.- fireplace I I FLORIDA

an Supple bom an F.r prma CASSXLBKBJtT frame bansalow. For quick sal price i Price S7.7SO wltl term Frank : new cabinets la kitchen service ; MURIEL AVE.-1 West. I Ij I FEBRUARY 2. 1947 PAGE 13
86500. farm Courtney Realty 392N. Crebs. Realtor Building. I II |
TROPICAL PISH .- "1' aot -lt. 1' M.ta porch with laundry tub: 2-car j I .
et AqUnw onl Ctn Call a J Stewart UL M.90O--Lek Pont 2-bedroom eoncret -,> COLLEGE PARK-Nearly new 5-room Orange dial 2-2471. j phone 4-1710. garag 15 larg citrus all kind of OPEN ROUSE 2 to 5 Sunday afterj j
al agent. I block hb..7. ? bungalow excellent condition; nicely fruit: good place for and i
Tropical ? chtfken Boon com and .se* this frame |
; -:1;RiOcewood Drive. Winter I APT. OR ROtXSl-V.t.rai and wit. n.eol 00 2 ; garage; landscaped lot; pared .tet: attached DELA1'E ST. 'CON-2-b|t": HIGHLAND low. 6 rooms ST.bath-838.clawed Brick bunga-front garden. Immediate _S1UOa. S7&OO. I! home of 2 bed rooms. oak floors fire i siVHouses for Sale
t hal .cr 1 garage. Now mo.r. p.w.r CDU. 1 terms Sam Johnson Co. 208 8.
Just transferred Orlando: permanent 00 1.4S. 1 all electric place la living room. Automatic hot
t need of 4 I U.52-lrom frame clpbr;i Dn't mis* this. Bee Lu. Uoa b.rdwo Dr.bath 1rb Frhe.. account ktben Main water heater. 1 car garage a number PARK LAKE-In this highly desirable -
tOY FOX TE.2 grown; both .Ident d. 1.; earner it Realtor 113 ao.er. c.rle. Lot nicely m. ; section and only three blocks '
> of citrus trees This
OI I. I house with a
feal marked; or 5-re. turD 89.975 4 acre and .; I.Dds.o. Close t b.. Ih Priced right 10.5. LAKe JENNIE JEWEL SECTION from Colontaltown stores and Hill-
bal1 furnish 114. 75 foot lot. $7500 00. or with 225 foot
)0. rfe- highway packing and C. St.war O'Nra Arcade 2-story colonial type home: A-l
lb. 2-807. b ual.bl. 10.5. J.menn C.rer. I frontage S8900.00. Yen attractive crest school this three bedroom boas*
K. WoJt. P.O. Box 3388. .
condition
: extra lars Uving
ece. Wrt H.bt.re Cawelberry ph.. Wltr Phone A room. terms. with Its two front door catrane**. itsattrac'le
41. Poultry and phone .71 from I a. 783. Broken Invited.COLONIALTOWM iBu ter, Cartef. 9518. 17-92. N-Lovely tile narbl fireplace: larc mu porch: six room Interior and 15
__ untO 5 daily. Jal :
Supple p.m. i 2-bed- mGHAY dining room; large kitchen plenty foot s ,aar* livIng porch at rear i*
I (m.u.rOW..tUI 8 ideal for subdi- Hall Bros. Agency. Realtors 112 N i
DUPLEX attractive i
I I distance corner bln.lo. .PI cabinets wired for electric
BABY CHICKS TJ. 8. PuUortum test: HOUSE OR APT.-2 or 3 bedrooms: T. than Betty Trent suive; Orange Ate- Tel. 5155.V one at the pteaiante.it homes we
to Colonial and Subject of. property east side present ywou 12 0. bedroom upstairs bedroom jMAITLAND
rear : mas'er -
ed tock. Immediate or donvery. prefer Can P. : "Ul. & Broker. j have and If yon don't need that
r Feeds and Jup 4141. UuDe 1 Cok. You can move V fer. White Br.. I. MUl; 2-11. II | on* of the best home and incomepossibIlIties I!I EY.n Park ph. 618. AY large cedar closets extra bedroom third bedroom with the separate entrance

Orlando t right into well have. T. OWDen, nice bath: 250 ft frontage. W1&b'17S
X-Cel Store.llhl U futel I I 1 I Corner Property at the front a good money
3ooDEa HOUSE or apt. for pr.nent couple room frame hme 1 101 rondUn CITY LIMITS-New house; plastered only two 1 f.m. fd 1 to I HOSPITAL- asbestos tile floors
Wth eo and fe cornbinatton with baby or I Screened .lal.d .lrD, ".l.; : large large and a. enr.ordla above Immediate possession Its 50O. terms. Realtors 2-2380.
prc. 1: home: high street: 585 ft. deep 9 room house: 196 large II| Call OTlsrra-Moore.
: I with cement floor 1 block ne"1 f
porch : : arily price to enable someone Sam Jahrnon Co 208 8 Ham
fing I.ra.
UpcU7 elV unr1e; : pleas phone tlte. & f.1 decorated: hardwood floors bearing citrus tree Ideal for guest los E Pine.FrUXCETOW.
CIS WwatdBBY re.rece
: Or- ,) city no to buy la hiving .rDe
N. a
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Allen .tre w.te. et: IDt.r.te hm. '
88. Johnon R.ltr. 10 porches; new VeDetl.n and horn. or Income. $ 9.600. Exclusivewith
> taxes; Call and O c.bl.t.K LANCASTER PARK-East 3 blocks:
8.CHICKS-Tuxedo Feed Stora. i 1 I BOUSE WAIITED-2 or 3 bedrooms V, aD"e: 8&1. 1 Bom. i iCLGZ |: Winter Park. owoe. 32H. Realton. for the number arr.-3ore. ,1, roof: a garage t.- new bunsalow. tile construction. 2 C P Shnmway. Realtor: 140 N'I SCHOOL SECTION-
tested.
gee W. approvd Pnul Deeded by March lot and will pay at It at your own convenience. eluding new circulating heater new bedrooms; bath built-in tub. electric Orne_ : dial 2-3282. New three bedroom oa rice earner
C.rch 7334.BLOODTESTEDCHICKS to 8125 Will rent for PARK-S Span- CITY Fnzidatre. electric stove .! refrigerator oil clreulat-
HP mont bro. U3 brol buola.; 2-2360: 109 B Pine. ert hot water beater. Quick possession. lot. 2 screened porehee
MAITLAND That liAble
neat
R d .. t the Summer de Call S. i roof and shape. I 1 it* and ..te h..ter 1 Northern owner I leavlna .6500.I very I ice heater: launcirv fcnltUee In fa-
Rok. u110r Unsexed. Si 95 I Wrisht. phone C Fruit tree and dandy location; $8500. fruit trees: S7.4OO. F. A. .01 DtTBSDREAO SECTION most attractive I I I lawn. Lot llSxl45; C2. terms. Sam Johnson Co 208 S. cottage near the east side of Lake I Iequipment rag plus a lavatory close to stores
Realtor. 423 B. I Realtor 37 W. asioc n.AD if desired C. B. Broker 104 'I ICV I Sybelia with two bedrooms and good
alse sio per 1OO. HOUSE WANTED bedroom w. L. Llnton. I new mUO"1 constructedhome. D.,1 V Ms and bus line 815.0QO Includes kitchen
Minorca Broilers 100. Leg fu Phone 2-4406; "List 2 except 'I Jefenon. 2-169. and furniture throughout eowlpment. of.: heater and carpetinr.
1 pr 3 adults; permanent Wit COLLEGE PARS I LAKE KILLARNEY This is your can be had at some reduction. 011I I
horn Co-krels 8195 loo. a or.OI.1 8ECOH--t.m : for stove and refrigerator: tile I I' on floors Harlow O Fredrick. 119
COD. London Poultry. Sip. Jhon. 1. f I I .\ t. .parment : bath and kitchen excellent condition: i I HARRISON AND PA AV-2-b chance to get a nice small home' of town owner ssys -"Sell ltl!" Call N Orange Dial 818"It's

Trenton 7. N. J. B I HOUSE-Or .o.reat 2 b. oo* down. b.uUful Both I 812.500 with seneroua terms. rom home: on one of our largest and most PODI Mr. Morskl with Hsrrs-Moore Real- I great to lint in Orlando.'*
furnished. V fuolse Bee "I tl.t Will consld- prc.Charlotte C. Smith with David enclosed back porch new 10-I I alar lakes with large fork sand tors. 2-O836: 109 E Pine. |
BABY heavy assorted breeds 48 r.f alot Bsi CITY LIMITS-We eotias. dandy a trade. Price year roof portecechere: garace. landscaped beach and sea wall for only $7.MX

1.c. : !LH Reds. B. st.r.'HUSE I lot: garaged S1OOO cash balance i I'I 811.000. Open now. 2501 Elis | Aoer.. Realtor Winter Park P : immediate -reduced Oeo. F. Brass Realty Co 19 E. Ceo- MURIEL ST 1401 E.-Close to Rater j ji ,' PRINCETON AVE-826 W See today

Rt. Jersey W7andott.I prefer anulbe family J t.r.City water. Roper. 2-3433. I' b !I I Ito 895OO. C. B. D. Broke. 104 E.Jefferson. tral. :i I School. 2 bedroom furnished bun- 10 to 5 p m Mom offrnrg many
your per i .dul.pin.ca 2-21 or COLONIAL SECTION-Nice 2 bed- I DKLANEY PARK-2-story. 3-bed- 'I 2-1649. I I I galow. corner lot. bus service. Price
OhltD desirable feature Fine location
S12 sltoD 1. j'j 5112. 'I room frame bungalow; clew j room. 1 : tile and oak I i I LAKE FRONT-Beautiful lake fronti 145 1150. Frank Crebe. Realtor 507 I

10. Pet pr _10.. NaUn. [ HOUSE-4 or 5 room furnished.'I 1 are and but: 2 room apartment &I floors: t.U and stores; 321 HOLD HIGH3 rom large V i I home on one acre of ground with V I Metcalf Buildmi: phone 2-1710. Must see to appreciate Owner

Phil*. 48. Outel 8t t I Permanent residents with 4-year- : ,. attic could b* made Inapartment I Florida Ave.DUDSDREAD2bedroom. ,I part.creDed m 1rch.s. Hou.trr as 130 ft. of lake frontage. Modern type ; PINE ST.-West, new 4 room blockhouse
bungalow with 3 large bedrooms. 2 V VI MARKS ST 1718-Vacant, furnished -
BABY CHICKS rW.H. old child. Phone 2-7572. LiMiTS--Well furnished 3bedI to : 2 car garage. Dice '| whit blockhouse. :1 V : I V never been occupied. 84.85O
Reds. W. I living has piano. 2 bedrooms
I CITY yard price ILLINOIS ti. Nice bungalow with i tile bsths. lars cypress panelled even a
; 88.500 E
cash. Harry Contact C B Davis Broker 104
Rocks. B. Rk. Orblton Wy ROOM WANTED.-Quiet couple want I!I room bungalow; electric kitchen; I I Heath. Broker hal VOiU. Theater : mortgage 1475. Will tak ;, spacious .. 2 bedrooms and room. all electric kitchen two new gss ranse. electric refrigerator- V Jefferson. 21649.PRINCETON .
aDdot Jen D Llhor room with twin beds and home 1/3 cash balance Poa1 In Colonlaltoyn. 8233. late model car and $ cash for, Sleeping porch. Large porch. French 14s42 one overlooking price $7.3OO with terms. Frank Crete i iResltxr. | _

t U.8 per 100. Assorted pn"ien.from Feb. 15 to April 1. 1 .l today. lu i my equity. 3 extra tot*. GnrsP1 1 V doors You'll lIke it. 7350. C. R. f'1.k.i'.r'e wh! sectV 507 Metcalf Building; phone i j AVE -16 West. Army

per 100. Pullets all breeds) WrIt Bo* 3 8-8tar. ; I 1 COLLEGE PARKMetes what you've Drive across from Riding Emerick. Realtor 610 N. ,V ants quarters. Place sand beach ideal 2-1710. j I officer transferred must sell full
been 'V
looking for. write P. o. Box winter Park. Or.ne"
cleanroom
(1.9.SI.n'*Chicks. 2460 Bonth- or bungalow A 61. jdial I 7348. i i iIVANHOJ ;V for swimming boating and fishing I furnished. 4 bedroom. 2 story house

.at. Pbl. 4.Pa. .R1tl. 0 lurhe.MI a lv-away of Sp.Db of architecture at DELANEY SECTION bedrooms. 2- !V LAXE-.(Just North)-View I Variety of bearing citrus trees This MT VERNON AVE-Price reduced to I I8I1.OOO. IV I I Real bay. Ph 7161.___
ea COB PA-.oe...utull prl. '1.5. TAmewont story: double corner tot; garge; j is a property of unusual charm and ,
CRICKS-COD.. healthy bAg guioc Refrigeration. 9752. I I lIvIng room. New I V>V 2 bedrooms electric Hitchen I PI'tECASTLK-SSOOV 2 houses 4 lOtS
10 you at it. Iro. 1
bdrom lnl. 1 Sammie Real- .el. desirability See Oeo. F. Brass Real- ,
broiler thicks $2 Finest special UNFURNISHED APT. We h. prc. a55. r.oeU. 2 bedrooms. Attic large living room with fireplace. Terms Pick
-fc or 3 rom T modern all clectrio 0.. T. K. Hastlnsa, Central i i man. i J 1 V ty Co 19 E Central. fruit. Good condition
sorted S3.95. Cblcke.Tsrrnlngdsle. Rom Fine condition. Completely funv.shed -
H. .
Realtor. lot 75x135' You'll Realtor. Me;-
H mic aged couple BO children; I er 23493. RI 6. Central Arcade; t. enjoy V It up thru Claybaucb
1CJ. I no Per.oeot. Box 56 8-Star. 4237.COLOHIMTOWN. DUPLEX IWlnter Pat) close to many features of this real home. LAKE KILLARNEY-New b.noalewV Immediate possession Near calf Bldg.

CHIKNew)B.mplr.. ;6OC 2V,p000dPstryflus wet.; SMA pt. rom with two .d I! CHEROKEE JUNIOR H.S. I AREA S-rOOm. i i' distance high school to towa college Upper and walking lower Im.dl.t.le ocup.n. o. C., 1at.nl. Realtor.A good i<:'1 lacing. rooms west on: 2-ear the like tarsse unusuIIIY.parlou. corner V VV ,V school Lemon bus with and Joe shopping.G. Meyers Call Realtor.Ra> PINE ('ASTLE-2-tenement_house

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Poultry Farm phone 9127.POULTRY 1 and n.ob. Ph. !' Three-bedroom two-story f. frame partly furnished bUII.low. apartments wit 2 bedroom O Arcade. 9788. t ,::V lot Detail In office C R Emerick. 29 W. Washington. Dal 6638. upper haa 4 rooms and bath low

HAVE CLIENT wishing i or 3 bedroom In splendid cODdtlon Large lot Lr.. let facing 2 : Lars lot w.t and shade; 2car V Realtor. 610 N. Orsnge: dial l 73J8. V I V er 3 rooms and bath pewly finished
WANTED hens fryer some heavy trees. Noble Smith. Real Estate. : IVANHOE SECTION-It's a masonry Inside and out with new bathroom
house furoe.
: for 2 or 3months. partly -
tubn. w. pick no .yard and Will furhe rental i is occupied and early posses 1248.Main. Phone 8911. I I I.re. Prc a1.S0 and Car- '!I bungalow I with casement windows ',V NORTHEAST SECTION-Near Cola ;, equipment: 5 blocks l-om school
pa, e.h. Call Mr. Herman ..ona 677 N.; owe .. See this and comI "s.. E. Central. Phone I hardwood floors and tile roof. It has LANCASTER PARK Beautiful Park: 2 story frame with 8 rooms I 1 V church and stores en bus Una to

463 Caa_ Orange: OOdWl Broke I pare location equality eomrOr and COLONIAL GARDENS 'I A..r'T. Buster) Carter. 9516. |! 2 nice bedrooms and beautiful tile home. In perfect condition immaculately and bath; also large apartment both I Orlando. 17 bearing grange trees
TRKYS.-Teuder. Pult.-I 085. convenience with other its frame ; Modern bath. It has a view of the lake and clean: completely furnished including buildings furnished. Price $18 000 loaded with fruit. Move in at once
Christmas too WANT TO RENT Two-bedroom I price of McNuttHeasiey.Realtors. lot. bUS.JOW and landscaped I DELANSY SECTION Frame: living ;I is completely furDlh.d. You couldntnJ all electric kitchen: shrubberyand with rood term Ltndberg Broker. 'I and hate good tncune from rented
market weigh
Iba. Pew large size*.:C. D. house or apartment; prefer unfur 1 110,6.. \ St. Phone breezeway s arranged has 2 : and i' room. 2 t.crom sleeping porch. re M to.7 the price of grounds are gorgeous good 41 E. Robinson. 2-O818 | apartment Price. $A 800 Ph 2-2465
Widr Phone 9784. 1 are breakfast : gas kitchen. Porte- 8100CO. T. Exclusive
nl.he. 5106. nok BastIng Realtor. '>terms. Immediate possession NC3THfcAST SECTION Furnished
Trb7 Par.: phone 1913. WILL PAY 82OO for bedroom prc.. Newly painted ?- .oh.r. fruit shade. Near bus. ,, Rm. I Central Arcade: 4237. shown by appointment call home. 2 bedrooms and- sleeping i PIME CASTLE room and house bath
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bIO POULTRY and eiss to th Pflce 11.60 unuD.b.d but Furnished or For those 2-0642 I have the key. J. A. L. Ghlo. 'V 'I fruit trees and chicken
YOU house from
, I Feb. Mar. 20. I unurnihed JAMAJO "Where porch. On a cornel- 872OO. C R Owner must leave. Price $4 250
Egg and who bre.e.
Put."ab& Call Room 929. Angebllt HoteL COLONIAL BECTIOH refrlgerator .por.c.te Ter. ar .eot. Real E.t.te.LAKE Emerick.
.. 629 N. bungalow living room :belro and Bendix washer. call Owa- blow. 2-bedroom In exc.l- Realtor 610 N. Orange- Phone 638S er 2-2785 W K Price
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Je 41' all hardwood floors tile bath C. N. Wrests with Hattie C.I rncr tent condition living 'with firePlace Ave. Phone 7345.NORTHWEST3. Real Estate. 240 S Orance Ave_
6END POSTCARD today for tree Information W11.m.! er 2-714.
51. Houses for Sale plre. Realtor. 21 W. Wishlng dining breakfast i YRONT-Thoro..lIlls modern miles out New and
about Ribbon day- porch and eun porch: garage 8t Ph. DI7PLZX-4Park Lake Section). 5 nook rom. kichen PAR AVE.. 114 E.-6-room modern
Blu and 2tll.d
bungalow. 3-bedrooms.
old and started Bin with workshop: plenty of fruit trees.nicely 811 b.th eocl.sd front masonry modern. 2 bed-rooms cement block furnished bungalow garage: f5Vlot.
large each Cottage
RibnHakbr1. roms porch, Jot. Floors and tnr-brses '
ADAIR .p.rment large $ ; terms.Jamerson baths. buncalow with 2 huh
of good
I acres
213 8SCN-yel twtOI landscaped: 10.5. flowers. shrubs. citrus and othez
95. Ha in Large '
Pr.t. SL 8W. bom. contrctln 2. Heath opposite COUNTRY CLUB ra. Jd.a ft Carter. R.ltor. 70 E. Ceramic tile. Larce lot. 2.. *ar- land. Wood floor, clone to bus. fruit $itV000. tereV
DpL 1. rage laundry. Frit te.. Preferred I Colonialtown. 8253. i Spring Lake .ARA-BrutUu for Income. Price 114.0.COlrtnr Central; iKALEY ago Lawn sprinklers !cv-wl1]! Morr: and nelsh*">rs. Sma'l down
neighborhood. George H. 2 til* bdrm : Realty; 392 N. Or.ne : Boat Price reduced to $20 OOO RoOt payment. Price $ 3pO. Mr. Fryant. PARK LAKE OTCTTOJI-Beautifully
Pbhed. New
45. Apartments for Rent Klttredge. Ralo 2318.APKwn CLOSE IN-Excellent location: abort 2 b.t. Completely a- ar fu. 2-241. i I bungalow: 6"TSE"J/ llvIngroom. 3. iYw.I.s Robert R. Tyre. P.ealI I with Herman Goodwin. Inc Broker. located 8-room bam with furnished less

returning to Chica V walk to *. bus. house Large bearing .Il. larase. DUPLEX-Furniched. Frame con- ; tor. n. 6174. P77 N Oran eolal 855or_ 6fi60. garaze apartment Offers
AFT. Bedroom kitchen dining. has larg lhor. dining room. gtructlon. Immediate i Die 1reh- ( than 2-3 replacement, cost win be
wt trees. Must ImmedVaSly possession. .
business when i rom. be sold to e* 2-car : near school NORTHEAST SECTION-Irma St 2- with
and HiBiles PIU"el bus; '' submitted. Better check this
UYI rm prIYll. Toedon be .. my well-built 3-bedroom 2 bedroom bath. Ild-l sleeping settle e.tat. Shown by appointment 10.5. terms. Lola Royal phone and stores. Immediate .alo. LAKE FRONT Superbly modern' story frame home completely redecorated I Realtor phone 2-4745.
Don Dudley.
Falrvllla O.rd.. modern home.. Th many extra tea- I i porch. 1-.r I.rac. fund at E lu.' .Itl Noble Smith Real mornin.o.LAST 7350. terms. Sam Johnson Co.. 208 ] home graced with beautifully landscaped Inside and out Corner lot. I I100x175
Short Box
CL 3 tares such as ell 88500. Care. Rea E t.te. 124 M.ln. 6911. SIDE-3-bedroom. frame furnished I S Main.I i i grounds and private : beautifully landscaped. This ROBINSON ST.. E.-Doctors'! Attention. -
S40-B. I I aut.tl f.n.c. 1 tors. 70 E. Pone I _ _ 1l51'li I Perfectly arranged for office,
attic fan. lar porches Ce.tra Pho. A Car L5E I-Duplex: 4 I or unfurnlrhed. Excellent KAI.EYSCIIOOL SECTION very front An interior which I Is a bargain even though it is locatd |
UnC1UC APATEN- Lake i make It exceedingly livable. If* a ter. 951$ rooms and ro.bath. .ne location. Terms. Hughes or Knight I neat and nicely furnished two bedroom I expectations of the most di-.cr'.m'ns-! In one of Orlando's finer sections, i iPrice. end home. Reception room living

fro&. bu-1..AVILL 310 'd.w.tr $12.000 home but the owners "golng- IN-For Immediate sale w* pleleiy furnihed. up. Exrrlitnt : I 718 E. Concord: 5O34. I IEDGEWATEtt bungalow. Immediately available tIns buyer 3-full bedrooms. 2 tiled V $12.000 unfurafc-hed: 813JOO I room dining room modern stationary kltcher tub
away price" la like giving It away. C good 1941-built conditlon. bsths. spacious closets and many furnished Waltera-Pr>de. Realtors, i se.tire porch with
I you a cpr. 10.00. Ten. lioward Jones DRIVE SECTION-This I I for only tC95o. Call Peter itceriswilh closets
I I bedrooms
haH bath. 3 many
ubl.) apartment; for $toper Come In and "Get the story." Asher 5 rooms and bath bunsalow; completely with M. Realtor. "JCOLOW1AL charming modern. ell-built home O'Harra-Moore. 2-2380 olher features blending to mete this 668 N Ori-niet Phone 2-4596 | lot
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.W March 1t phone Pete Realtor. cor. Central and furnished with all new furD- 8. Main 1977 IJU. 2-07o'. has every eoonnleDc. Lot 100x135. I I 109 E Pine. R.ltor. an excellent value at 821.0CO with NORTHEAST SECTION-Close In. ; completely furnished with terms.corner Fran
Price 812.000
6231. : I I ture electric kitchen Price $ I. Terms. Cavenaash. I terms. Seldom is such a home andlocation *.
; bungalow
bedroom
lwo- modern 3 on > TIP
2-1
way. Zoned g8. FLA Modern. 3 i CTrbs. Realtor phone
KI'IMMEE. consideratlon. -
for I offered for _
WANTED lid & .prmeot. I SECTIONroom house at, hot water beatr well landscaped bWDe.but nlc. home 100 Realtor house for sale furnished. 0. .nt. your acre lot. 20 citrus trees. Lifetime roof
a.r. AIm from H. Cv Babcock. Jr.. with RobertR RUSSELL ST1317 Out Conway
beautifulsetting lot 50x150 citrus and I
N. Westmoreland; hardwood floors. Venetian blinds. ,
w. 3,0 wit pal PartIally furnished, EAST SECTION Attractive frame some fruit. Reasonable: inquire 404 .
M.! : 3 bed-
; .0 Tyre. Realtor. 13 W. Washington. road bumhy. next erect
camellias tree Garage laundry and across
:1 of lam.aala. ; wit eJ : bath up. large den or I house nicely furnished Corner i Clyde Ave. KUmmmre ,I! kitchen equipment Included. Possession I
sleeping five and bath
3 orale trees tn trio washer. property 1 Y.. bath ft. frontage well landI I 6174. today for $10.000. Stripling with i iM. left. Vacant rooms
lrpfrt. 70un b.l Large living lot K.ISSIMMEK I II with furniture. -
nooses for RentCLOSE I[ h.u.COI.lt front porch dean ha had coed e.r. I* 1 and room.401 lO: fruit trees For business i 6-rooro. furnished. II I J. Moss 11th. Realtor. 132 S. Two screened porches
rea One full Cash terms
room room kitchen of condition. Immediate lot for business. 18,0. reasons owner must set!. Price, modern house: 4 lot* chicken run. I Main phone 6977 or 2-2070. newly painted. or
Shown by appointment.Call d.t.U. frol i fruit trees: earare: 6OOO. Owner 1510 j Orlando'a Can be seen Sunday from 10 a.m.
2 bath. of
bedrooms sun
service room. swoo. LAKE FRONT-One
ClaybanghRealtor. $7.000 furnished .
IN-1 \rom. and den. BY. Metcalf : S60OO Klsslmmee. | I NORTHEAST SECTION Spacious to 4 pm. By owner _
:
Veterans' Estate.Asency
poith or utility room: completely Hart About 'J 000 cash. M.bbt- F. most beautiful Homes. Spaciousgrounds.
t. room 1V fuU wit. Rea COLLEGE PARK-.S650071plendid w.1 financed. bungalow. 2 large bedrooms tile
electrically equipped In- furnished; all-electric kitchen. Leaving 29 Court; l J j Jim It. Caldwell Peter.Realtor. The home is an architectural bath excellent condition close to SANITARIUM 3BCTION Beautiful

.a laU a : town.: Direct from owner. Can CLAY STF.4-bedroom house; bedroom cation on large lot 75x135 ft cor. Central. and ; LONG STEE-132 West: 8 rooms gem of finest construction.V schools and shopping center. 194O i modern bungalow built la 1941,

.utU .a mhe 2-2284. between I and 12 am. for .p 2 COre tot. 150x150 ft4 and Immediately frame 'ow. furnished 2-0786. M.I bath lo. porch Reasonable I Built about 6 yrs. 3 Urge bedrooms. value at $9.50O Terms. Stripling with I IM. with 2 extra large bedrooms and a

1' fume fr' t 111"ft.I terms. Boland. act available. You must priced some terms. Immediate 2 tile baths tile powder room. Many J. Moss 13th. Realtor 132 8 sleeping porch. Hardwood floors tile

2 &Apr c.r 8; 8300 per. "aI.. R. J. I t.r 1,0.67 N. Orang: 2551.COLllLTOW Ra only Quickly SA5Oa. to f?"set th. one.t t_ Going for \I EDGEWATER 3-bedroom SECTION Most bungalow attractive po,sesslon. Chei. Ma.rde. Ph i many extras. One of Orlando's finest Main phone 6977 or 2-2070 I bath: large sunny kitchen with well tile
!. Exclusive Agent > wIth Mar- at.w.n Modern, 3-bed Shepherd Realty Co.. 20 E. Washington I you'll find lor 10.:) Check will it is NORTHWEST-Furnished splendid 2- built and in perfect condition. Prio
LAKEFRONT HOME 3 brom: A AT. 181 rom A.b.t siding. St.. phone 5124. this for plus ". Ddle,. I fishing. Your family store bedroom frame himialow ora e I 811 OOO with term Sammie Fran
alactrio kitchen weekly B. I lot with avail CLOnE" IN I Realtor, phone 2-4745. I I LAKE FRONT-Fisherman's paradise.I|' Florida living at Its best Price $33.- and extra lot Fruit trees. Immediate > cisco. Resltor room 4 Central Arcade.
dlx furnished excepting linen Open for Inspection. able. Bun 17 the door. Comfortablyfurnished.5 Toa1 bargatnwo New modern two-bedroom bunsa- 000. Terms if desired. Call Ray Lennon porsesFion. $11.OOO Terms Caven- 7407SUBURBANS
pier. per Writ bah Immediate _e.olon. houses 1H each. Also 4- EAST: halfeoldwhen you see the V low. Breezeway. double garages. Over with Joe Gi: Myers. Realtor 29 gush Realtors 430R.

10. mot B" 1 Modern. J-story. bedroom.. ColoDa Fries reduced to 911.000. terms for room csrags apartment. AILfur- I outside of tills two-story home or I a nacre of ground. Won't take long West Washington St. Phone 6638.
Gh. hous floors. quIck sae. xcusve. uce- Dhed. All on large plot. In excel duplex single rental of 875. Extra to see this, so call 2-1993. Fcnnell. NORTH SIDE-Small bungalow on
WILL. BEN nice t-room furnished B.rdwo wit Fir walk well built good location. Can use corner with 1O lots Only Ci 000. miles
enclosed porches; Realtors: US minute to your 6 W. Church. | out Northwest
; Br.k.r. cement
monthly first three bUD o'Nel Orange A e. Present all for If See thru i LAKE DAVIS SECTION-New Noble Smith. Real Estate. 124 8.
water heater 144 nc 8330 h.m. d..lred. '
will after ; : ; per 1 LAKE LANCASTER SECTION- i I block duplex. Asphalt tile floors. Main. Phone 6911.
r.due rent that month. The price 1 I Claybaugh. Realtor. Metcalf Bldg. 2beI
mot. baths. Excellent condition 1 new frame 2 bed room home, and 1
.. troa.bout : room home. each side. Price. $8.000.
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Call 2-O697. PARK-Corner overlook- 1-bedroom
Owner transferred CHEKE Terms arranged if See .c I PrIce 17.750.. _ __ Lake Front- 16.5. borne, 86.250. Trims. Bryant with Herman (Good NORTHWEST-'Cunning and modern new cement Mock S bed room home
FURNISHED HOUS for tuit cell. $5.500 cash will handle.Available stories.parl. W.lll d.lanr. 2 P. Brags Realty Co.._19 E. Central. EASTSWE-2 bdrom.: modern and: SI.500 down-bdrol I IColonl.lo.2bedrom win. Inc.. Broker. 677 N. Orange' frame bunealow. oak floors on 5 productive seres, facing paved

blro. ba kit Immediately. porch; \ baths. Handy to schools. CHURCH 8T. W. ft. frontage good eondIU.n furl.hed or unfurnished home priced I d'al 98SS. throughout pretty yard with fruit highway more than SO citrus tree
12GJ
cben room: classed-in decorating' Inside but : Urge ; by : sec 2406 KUxore St. Air- I' I trees In the rear. Located In a block sceetal price for both 812.000 00 with

bed and, garage.sleeping Twin couch.beds. Murphy Ned.family home. Our best buy at a 812.-good owner. 89300. term hous. port Ion._ _ _I Stucco on concrete block brand-new i| LAKEFORMOSA home. Frame SECTION3bedroom construction-; of lImits pretty Price home furnished lust outside$9950. Can city Terms you will appreciate.

A uUUe ADAIR PARK-An outstanding modern terms. Exclusive with Ruckel- I CLOSE-IK ) HOME EDGEWATER-Have you dreamed of 'I 2-bedroom home 810.000.
Privllea of 5. 2.t. frameconstruction. I hardwood floors; spacious porches i O'Harra-Moore. 2-238O. 109 E. Pine I INORTBWEBT 1150 Bros.. Agenty. Realtors. 113 11Orang.
tuole. Spno. I frame bungalow. Light oak Realtors; 118 E. Robinson: 3 In best spiral staircase home that Winter Park-A beautiful bom* ; In delightful homey neighborhood.Reprleed .
br le.I.t Ave.. Tel 5159.
.Iu.d .et Winter floors. 3 bro one better than dial 2-3753. of eo.dlton 1" tUG bth the minute you !I priced at '18.50 I to assure quick sale at $13.- SECTION-Furnished I

.o.Ddo SP., o 13x10. .It .; living rocm.Ial2 I blok. easy walking step ID.ld.* Its different. You'll j I Henry Burch. 12 I. Main. Bt.. | 000. H. F. Boland. Realtor. 672 N. Orange house and 2-room apartment: double -
Prk 62. ; wail bath and ehowenOsylit. I tance to business section. Large 11 love the stainless steel streamlined phone i iLONOWOOD I, garage; corner property with cx- SOUTH Of CITY- room modern

hom.. C.mplt! electric kitchen; oil heat CLOSe IN $4250. Modern 2-bedroom I with fruIt tree Partly fu mis kitchen large livins. and lounging I I I 2-109. 108. Duplex. Directly I ; 2-4551. Ira sot: $3000 rach and $2000 non- house alto small cofsie and 3
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fIW---I IUS p Dt attractivefurnishIngs.. Located bungalow. lot. Possession? Prlc*. 12,50. with i i esh. rooms. The downstairs den or bed-I I on the old highway. This handsome i LAKE MARY-6-room house: bath: i save Phon2-0807. large lot 855OO terms. Mrs WaIler

59$-M.f amongst a bias of azaleas and b Tes. Roper 80ft. Church tt Main Mr. 1 Harold Shepherd I room with tile bath Is UnusuaL Upstairs 1 and substantial property with 4 I i completely furnished: electric kitchen. -, NORTH SIDE-(Near Orange Ave.l '' or Cathrrne Raulstone. Realtor

Y OWNER-Duplex or 4 bedroomrounds tween : I.te. 11.50. Better .I Arcade. 2343J.CRN& Realty Co 20 K. Washington St. i ideal. 2 tile baths with extra on East Lake. 538 ..err i Located on 4 lots. 50x1 SO ft of'' Frame. 2 bedrooms and sleeping 2-2532._
hous* I this., T. Phone 5124. living 3 deck ft I each. 35 large citrus trees full porch. Newly
; car garag.. spacious K R.ltr. rom or b.droml. sun Main St.: a fine Income painted and la A-l SUBURBAN HOME-Modern 3-bed
partly 8 Central : I '. prop fruit. AU for $7.000. P. H. Black.Reelor.
4237. auto- condition.
{ flrBlhed.41.500 Joe and Smith St. porch. 1.UDd. tub. erty. Too large for present : $5.750. Allen Jobnsoa. room. furntaned or unfurnished
I Longwood. 21.
1 mo.t P.rk. CLGE PAR construction. matie h .tD plaDt I..e with i 4 bedrooms. lii bsth. ideal for :uesthome. phone Realtor 140 N. Orange: 8612. "Spec- Butane gas, cabinet kitchen Mew.*
? phone P ADAIR PA-V'1 attractive 9 OT.-Wlnttr Park). If 2Dro. Pnlhe. Fame d floored i fruit. 0 payment. or home. A-l condition LONGWOOD-4-rooms and bath: all ializing In Homes." decorated throwchout. Fruit and

4-ROOM HOUSELlttl: Ion Beit. .furnished are all you home need. this attic :I Ieritr ; circulating oil I Financed. Buy thru C.yb.UIh Real- .IIco .I furnishings'. I I electric kitchen: hot and cold NORTH SIDE-7 room house. 4 bed shrubbery Owners sale. County. 116
V bedroom frame bungalow rompletel but i tor. HetralfBldg. 40 Price reasonable. Box water; nicely located. Wen built concrete I 42-R-4
Jut built. Completely rrhe : U 1.u our "King Row" heater to all rooms. Beau.tlfuUy brick rooms. I baths oa 3 lota. 3 blocu _
B* ready Feb. 6th: .dut 0. and arrangement owner leaving the landscaped. Close school EAST-3 blocks from Orange Ave. 38. LDCWo Inquire at Dug Btore. block construction on I from store and bus outsid* city limit SOUTH SIDE-2 unit apartment. Cnfuraished. -

On piers lease: rent .. oak floors nicely .IvD.he. Only city and must sell; priced at 88.500with bus and shopping rl' Owner I Vacant furnished. 2-story 3-bed-I DRos. .Ire t. Priced very reasonable. 84.000 *. S7.5OO. Half cash. Box 21 S-Star. Nice tot. 8 500. ".,
Realtor Long-
Near line. Phone 8010 for forced to lear rooms. Rented before the war for F. H. Black. phone
Iu .p terms. Prank Crebs. Realtor. city and sell for LANCASTER PARK-Beautiful 0111.0 VISTA-i-room. frame n.fl cash terms. C. C. Garletts. 912 KUllls
.a. old. Sea Mr. O'Brien with 5O7 Metcalf Ask for Han with Har $1.000 for Frank Resl- room exquisitely wa/xi. 21. : phone 21747.
Building; phone 2-1710. IU.O. M. .ean. Creb. f.rnkh.d V built and partlaUr furnished. *3500. : _

r"l' furnished horn. 3 Bsttei ..Co.... 20 E SOT phone Immediate oeup.nc,. Well 4.bd-1 Tor details call 8361 W. J. Bunias. SMITH ST., EAST Hear OraogiAv
aeno. Adult Investment Co. 25 W. Wash W.1"u.n a. t. o. 2-110. Price 12 500 with term. 0 araceapa etment. Otto .. LAKE ANHOE-Mod..na 3-bedroom ; Realtor. 145 N U.ln. *. and handy to everything. Two

11. ington. Phon* 8513. CLXTW lECTION i COLLEGE P 'RK'2- drl EST SIDE-Close to grammar and with C avensu gh. Realtors. 438.LK cement brick house nicely fur- ORLO VISTA-2 bedrooms, nice: large bedrooms and sleeving porch

J-BEDROOM OUSS.-Purn1shed: on I concrete block: furnished. FIreplace Ilcb ahol. this comfortable t.o FRONT-Two acres i 81000 down Chrlsmsn Real Estate. Tile kitchen and til* bath. Excellent

Lake Conway. adults only. Mo pet. We have a new block bungalow and central heat: landscaped. Its four I rom home: three bedrooMs. til* l.b. Nice 375 North Orange. Atenue. phone : condition and comparatively new
Pbne ADAIR. LAKE-(Just above)-Poasea- that you eonc.t n -not for a $9000. Ter.. See Wilbur Stricklandwith and bath upstairs living rom. din floor; lots of shrubbery; plenty fruit i I nlshed. facing garag j 6823 I construction. Price $11-500. wtts;

now. B.a construction. li sens-but for what we think U Henry Burch. Broker. 12 8.I I inc room, kitchen one and trees started. The nicest beach i I terms Call or see Mr Foisom oil h
time roof. lot Living with a : half bath downstairs and fine fin- apartment large lot; immediate possession ORLO VISTA -Hart Bldg., north: I
47. Rooms for Re'nt for rol bargain price. You don't see many of M.I 2109.CLNlTW and location on Rock Lake priced to : I Harold Shepherd Real'.y Co 20 2.
fireplace, and 3-room house 2 lots. 88OO: H cash. '
lobed basement wUh oil furnaco
rm. kluhen. thes if sell $20.000. 307 N. Tampa An.I St Phone 5124
o to Home of good Washington ____
4 screened porch connecting look this o.'r. pl.tl bu"1 laundry facilities is splendid for the Ph. 8 ; very liberal terms. Mike balance like rent. M L. H argrove. |
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JLZUA E. Nle. larg .Il ODe over. 2- 2-29. 3
room SUBURBAN Bnncalow. sisv.'nry
furhe eontructloo -
Av tiled furDoh.d.
2nd children the
1 family whose need convenience
b.th flor formation call Mr. OSCEOLA ST., SOUTH-Extra speI I
wHh bdrm. ; sleeping LAKE FRONT Beautiful baths.
klt privilege adult only. 2 2 for for the couple corner lot. Flower. Broker. 33 S. Uaia- Phone years old. 3 bedroom and 2
to -
h. We bats det Stimpwa-staton. Realtors Metcaif I large room with ahol or fronting clal-circumstances force the sellIng I
1-T4. IYln. fr.pl.r. D. on 1.ke Butler. 2-bed-i I Faces lake over 7OO ft. shore line A
ur. attractive
.IU. bunt-I I.Uc Bids, Phone S138. I .. furnished. who 'l the of nearly new 3-bedroom and
ST. 516.-Nice location:' II ,. 20. upstairs room Kitchen equipment room furnished dock and boat !Iboost. Charles Chabot. 8529. !! beautiful home 9 acres land. BOO ft
DEN tulL "a I 2 bath 2 klrb.o.. Income (90 per Price $13 000. Free and I Highway 17-92 Rare plants fish
Phon I ladlesUS Owner win en
ro ; o U arund. consider and ron tr! rabl* furnitureincluded nlea.! floors throughout Priced to sell immediately
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814.175. Owner A. T. Davis.
.r
for small gstgte
veil constructed boneslow Anl.ble Prc. AD Call O'Huira-Moore. ing. Ideal location
at LAKE SILVER 8ECTION-New. partially for $10.000Harold Shep-
BEDROOM under 812.0OO tn trad CLNlTOW-Wo.ro 'I I Ooodwin Goodwin. 0 .. I R.. '1'.500. : 1O9 E. Pine- I LAKEFRONT cash I or make a wonderful tourist court
adjoining bath; kitchen cash 1.0 masn.{ Broker. 677 N. Orange; dial 9855 or CTAOE-I.400 furnished substantial 5-room h-rd Realty Co.. 20 C. Washington V Price today. 629.750
balance 4* .mortgage, I required. 2 j location Special
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1 rnlnr -if- 4le for detail Stewart, Realtor., O'Neal Arcade L.2-brom. .rreened-I porch, come. non.lt 6660. I EAST SIDE-In walking dIAt.nr. 'I floors throughout metal Venetian I cement brick bungalow. Large living I St. I C R. Emerick. Realtor 610 N. Orange -
this large white frame bungalow room. 2 large bed rooms screened V
fe.I -31: 9788. reasonable CLOSE IN-Good section. blinds. Balance of ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-Trailer : dial 1345.5QBTytBANMsdern.
LNITWNttr.U.- "rDef offer accepted. Corner East home. 3-bdro. with two bedrooms glassed aleepingporch. $50 per month. CH 1.S P.b. porch roc, kitchen with electricityand court park; large new building on 6-room house
Amelia and AHaloma CoM & en.tbIDI. sun room' living room dining 7121. au and built-in cabinet 36- property rooms and apartments I
St.COLHLTW. Tucker A
Br.nham
tall 2-0368.l..toU Ja-.k ANDERSON aTTo story home- coodto. T.o .rrernel porcheg; cen room and kitchen besides wide front In. I Inch attic fan. Venetian blinds slidIng Also small store room nice location. unfurnished: $4500. Howard. 308 MI

on..b.d ol h.1 bath down; I .: ( shrbbd. Ten porch a very value at 812.00000 .- LAKE FRONT-Lovely new Tram full length mirror doors. Ideal Owner must sell on account of sickness I Main. 7335 or 7381.
CASSELBERRT Asalea Lode.. fruit trees S13.5OO 815.- 1 sOlnl
I 3 "..rm bath Completely Modern 1 b- Call O'HarraMogre well located 2 bedroom home: lot150X400 location among other lovely homes : give Quick possession special I SUNSHITO PARK--fNesr). A couple
Plaa BeAd rtdiag horses, 000 furnished. Must be to besppreclated.
Aler.D ; with rom porch: on seen 109 K. Pine. ft.. only 19.500 C. U. Owner buy thl fully
14. cash 111. Realtors. 2-7380. .pe.1 and wIth lake pnYlle.e. earsI price $14 5OO. terms. Earn Johnson with $10.500 can

'Park.. b..tl..1 icaso' *. Winter and. 118 N. Orang Harlow Dial .0 8188.. P.Irlrt ed triO .a:gas kitchen.t.rle. elec I 1517 E. Concord. By owner Ave.pbon leaving, 22263.I state.. I I ELIZABETH ST., 1811-2 lake bedroom view 2-2183.Tudor 2518 N. 584 or ,,15.000 I I cash the plus deal.mortgage 5W.of. I.$8 Hail,OOO Co.. 208 8. Main. I' ret furnished 6140 monthly home five rent la on for* the a'm(other and

tLOSK IN-Sing la room for busInesS "Iff' treat;t* flee la Or) ndo.. I I you are looking from unfurnished lIving bungalow, strictly I with Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 V ORAN7E BIOnSOM TRAIL. 5.NewV quarters. Act mlckly for this fine:
room
woman: permanent rafaren*** .ye- Nice home fine location: 4 bedrooms for .G.fl3U pre-war 814.000 with terms. mo.r LAKE FRONT-3-bedroom furnished I|Fe. Washington St. ,. i a-room house: bath ana electricity: I value. Walters-Pryde Realtors. 668i
tHred: bus: 2-191 after .. 1',i baths; on corner lot I construction and best location don't Pr home extra Urge screened porch. S acres 2-4S9B
ready phone
ANDERSON to
close ini I Frank Crebs. Realtor. 507 move into: good I LANCASTER PARK-Beautifully fur- V i N. Orange
.8T.u1 D.a bu and school 87500. terms. I fall to hurry and Inspect this outstanding Met swimming i land, cleared: good soil: 330 ft.
FOREST' 8T. K-28; Between Ceo- 2-tl 8m. repair calf Buldloc phone 2-1710. fishing and boating; a i nlshed lake view home. 2 bedrooms. I frontage Solrndid buy for home and

teal and W.I.t doubto room; .10.0 t1a some tr. Sacrifice. 10 I' home close to shopping center (- pr.flon appreciated.EASTSIDE.Splendd beautiful spot .nd. real buy.: tile bath living room with open fireplace I i Income. $585O. good terms. Jim M. SUBURBAN-Her* Is an Ideal eouni -
acres: horn 2 bus. Horn 1 modern and in
$7.000
private I cash. W. L. Llnton.
Loren Dn 8 Bro.n; screened porches .It .nl furnished 2- Realtor living pOrch. dining: room. electric 1 Caldwell with Asher Peter Realtor i try home with all city cor.vcnlence -
and t.t. on coodllon Large and nicely 423 S. .Or.n .. Phone 2-4406. "List with tile dr.Inboard. of land with
FURNISHED ROOM kitchen PI11 ADAIR PARK-520 Greely St. Best paved road; best buy. bedroom frame hone. Owner With kitchen cor. Central and Main: 2-O786 About one acre
; quiet horn .pproxlm.t1 r. a laoda. I' our moer LDtO. central heating system,. oak floors of fruit and shade trees 7iVeI
ices; ; buy Oriando. 6-room tram bungalow arose. Jut leaving to lots
t5.3 Conway R.< .1r1 \., 1 Hardwood screened Prlce 110.1. lcludln. kitchen ap. I Terms. C.t.n Ct. su 8.50.. attie fan. attached raras with ORWIN MANOR Bungalow with I! 6 room home laundry room and ..'
flon hOQ. he.UD. LAKE FRONT tubs and washing machineand i large living room and fireplace. On city and school
laundry
front : Suburbs. rsrsie.
porcb. New block I car
Slayton.
Realtor.
3Z
UVIOSTN-AVaz Urse. goes- L PIne: phone and Carter Realtors. 70 E. I i 2 spacious bedrooms: central heat:
fUrl.c I
I J.menn few minute
: la the
and Just
O. E. 2-bedroom bunsalow all yard tools. Best buy bur line a
homp. | rfrlcer.tr. Magic 8651. phone T. (Buster Carter. IDGEWATER HEIGHTS SECTION completely 'attIc fan clot'rlc kitchen. Nicely I .
fur.tse Irnt I Cd un. CeDtra A ; furnished By all means see It at once. ;; from downtown. Immediate posun. -" '-
tvate bath, ma I ; gas-electric Very city. i
bi 8641. i I a.du .al. 6 hle. Completely famished 3 bedroom large lot. room for kltheu lakefront Price. 813.000 with terms. Ask for V; furnished. 10* ft. landscaped lot. 88.950. Barlow G Fredr.ci.
LAKE 8T 509 Room with c.Dr. frlt U. palm COLONIAL DR. E. I bungalow: all tile bath and tile drainboards I green lawn and bearing fruit trees; '
double -Near Dial 6188.
shade. city limit. CLOSE IN-Quest home. Best locatlon home. Sandy beach good aafe Mr. Stewart with Harold Sheoherd V 118 W. Orange.
I 1-car garage. By
bed and .ml-pnnt bath. .11 Quick 0.0 2-bedroom and sleeping porch. I I| 5 bedrooms. 2 baths; plus I : automatic gas heat. Largeliving lake. Unusual offer terms. Realty Co. 20 E. Washington St. i barbecue pit Nice neighbors. 815.000.C 1 "It s great to live In Orlando."
11,6. won Completely large screened porch no.oo. R Emerick. Realtor. 610 N. Or-
furnished I
)laRK AVE.-1918; comfortable u$5600 kitchen ; all electric 1 emaIl apartment: newly painted; nicely r"m.14x22. Corner lot. Quick possession Wilma March: Ben 64 N. I LAKE LUCERNE SECTION Nice
; washing machine O.r.c ante dial 734
: la a citrus 'I.; transient ADAIR ARKA-Elegant. Impressive phonograph. Priced for : radio- I and completely furnished: good > financed. Harlow! I Court: 7990. I I home with Income built of best SMITH BT. E Close to shoppi;"ii

or weekly. 2 anes 4 3 til. baths a' $7400. Mr. Nunes with oulck .a Income. 12. 0. Minion, Realtor 1 O. 11.0.. 18 N. Orange, Dial I LAKE MAITLAND 4-bedroom. 3 material by banker and sawmill man ORWIN MANOR-In a section of i renter and bus service buil'
brol I 7632. I fine homes. If you want a home 1 ,
ETEELE AVE. 8188. home. Selected yellow pin 1941 by present owner who has her
25 KV
Lsrse room het bom. Inc.. Broker 677 baths frame colonial on 200-foot I for own
O.ln W. neighborhood this
.ult.b. for coupl Pneo- lovely Iound. 1 be.uWI* buy, 9855. or- I I COLLEGE PARK Convenient to i "Its treat t live t Orlando. lakefront lot. Quick 1sslo. at frame and wide cypress siding. la a 2 blob bedroom class modern home win transferred to another city and tnu-' '.

rnre. I have Broker. 2-4651. stores, bug and school. FurnishedI M. 3. Man Quarter-sawed oak floors. Extra new sell his home. 3 bedrooms and e>f:;
COCOA 3'.5. I
1th R.ltr. to Price $13 OOO with
appeal
BEACB-e..front cottace. bungalow of 5 bright and airy I Main room. dining you. thins you would expect to find In
phone large living room: sun
WO DUBL RI$ a11 APPIYe w* han It for ssle. stove, screened I I'j I.rl roof. EST SIDE-Close In with income. 12 89T breakfast butlers pantry I term. FTsnk Crebs. Retltor. 507 I modem home. Don't buy a tu>r..e

rm. .r ... Ph I-J1I. tile bath hardwood 1 Porch. 83.500. Mrs. P. W. Mertens. I I I roms.; Allen Johnson.; Jr.Um. 140j (! Inflation here. 2 well constructed UK LNCAST bedroom tie room.and kitchen room.with 2 fireplaces i Metcalf Bulldino: phone 2-1710. I until you hats seen this one Pru: -
tloon. dAom Reltr. 2- frame houses In excellent .
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8 uDurhe. lot h floor furnace attIc fan. Henley Court. Melbourne. Fla. I j N. Orange; 8612. "Speclaltxing tory frnh.d. on downstairs Three large bedroomswIth ;j ORANGE MEMO ?I L HOSPITAL Section $11.600 with terms Frank Crrn-
1 condition. Front house has 8 lovely lakefront lot with V
of lot flue horn; and many dok. possession and 507 Metcalf Building: phi-
8t 14. 6xlT.'A COLLEGE PARK-928 W. Princeton :| Homes." many closets upstairs. Large -Unfurnished 2 bedroom Realtor
2 screened basement I at 822 .
rooms Moss
BOOM-.-Nicely furnished: midde, ohe. Wr7. j A"*. New **edroom bunsalow; '' COLLEGE Depauw Bt.j with furnace. Prcheo. has 8 1 Reattor.: 132 50.. Main phone 1th attic nicely finished. Large basement *Vepmg porch sag floor furnace. V 1: 2-1710.

aged couple. 315 Maripota 8t.I ANN ARBOR-Modern. every con I d.lebtful llntleDt central beat- j Bungalow.PARK-23o and sleeping | rooms oil best. 2-car garage. Bothofiered 2-2070. G9' with oil burner furnace Duct to i' garage, storage or work shop room SUBURBAN mite from city mera. -..-

Liberty 8tJIV y.nlen. Beautifully fule 11 cODYnleot and Hardwood floors: fruit trees completely furnished for only each room. Two-car garaewith Frr'k Crebs. R-ltor. 507 Metcalf V VI Electric kitchen beajtifu: ,

3 bdm .nc rlht O..r i : beautifully furnished. Good ,! 1rb Lot 50x150. Hear I 820.000 with good terms. Weir 8yatem. nice room on either side suitable for I Puildln' phone 2-1710. lasMbcaped accommodations for J'.JI
I 2-510. term Pot details 1 Sunday se* Mr. .hrbb. LAKE LOLA SECON-Atr.cl" 2 efficiency apartments. New roof Recently V exrhsnie :- .-
room: V : I I school Priced Owner. 628 E. Pine; 4641. I chickens. S12.0OO or
rome 114.IC I. 914 W. PIreton Ave. Wal I I Phone 7O6O.I .b. 1,0. I story home coodltn. decorated inside and out V cloae-in home. Call County lie EJ
N. _ _ b.t. new concrete blok garage. Beautifully landscaped lot with lovely 1
tenPlde OPEN HOUSE. Sunday Feb. 2. j|
;( ROOM private home; constant 2-51. COLLEGE PAR Ti 3-brt EDGEWATER HEIGHTS-New 3-bed Jus few blocks dowotwD I shade trees Has to be seen to be I 1918-J-2 _ _
water; gentleman ALTAMONTS IPRo I I I bungalow I room horn*. cypress construction. I account of the appreciated. 809 Lucerne Terrace SUBURBAN-Heal value at S9 O'XJ
COUNTRY "Ia. From 3 to 6 Corner Ridcewood
m.
CLUB P
lemei SECTION
Nicely /
frreakh st. U desired Ph. j tractive clean and located on a All larg .rooms. TUe bath hardwood rented to Aug. 1. owner has .t Phone 791S for .OIDtmeDt I 1 New cypress bUBg tw, 3 b'draoi
Old u.estate: 5 acres: some ( .Y.01 .: arranced 5 room bungalow completed i street of beautiful homes. Price of floors breezeway and garage. Lars special price of with terms. and Fern Creek. distinctive i 1 V ateepln porcb bath Uvln r- V
CULlddl.ce no children or I >; frame AUamo&te la 1941. Hardwood floors. Part I lot. sodded. Possession 19.00. : LAKE HOME wlthbesutlIul palms. and bfxatifol home with roe brick !
bme. I 910.6OO including kitchen equipment. > corner at once. N. dining room kitchen. o:>'i rn
LakaPrtra. Ave 17 furnished Including kitchen 11 Or.n.i ii and attractive English home entry Large sunny rooms, generous '
: fruit
Xoll C.t I Price Cash above $6500 porch, glass enclosed rear r>- V
eQuip
1.0. Or-
tr. ReaKor. 140 N.
Rt ment. Excellent condition. Aie. Johon. 1,00. grtJlr with 2 and bath up. one cabinets and closets. TIle bath: tile
being bedrooms
S W. B. 'V V -
16 with laundry
cU. "mo.ne. b gperiallrlng In Homes. | Brldce. Orl.odo. ted with built-in ; 2a.Sand
Large 11 UO. 11.50 dO.a bought for 113.0. Xxeu.lY Jo O. Myers. Realtor, W. i t In I bedroom half bath down. Paved road !I!V baseboards: oil Poor het-r and I fruit tree In yard '. ; .

47-1. Rental Agencies Lake Fo.-10 ft I' Walter W. R. Orange COLONIALTOWN-Immediate POr ington St. Dial 8881. 21 WU- I 10 minute drive. Price exceptional I many other feature Tbel-na Kin- aide city close to bus linr < S
bWaow : $ Ave. Onl Manor office 3356 sion Perfect condition- 1.lda LAKE LANCASTER SECTION-Beautiful -. 9500. half cash. Grounds 200 by 750 I raid with H F. Boiand. Realtor. 672 $8 Comparabl hone !to.< <"> c V

LANDLORDS-.We will supply yon deslrsble tuee 1.00. N. Orange out. Unfurnished 5 rooms bath I bungalow; 2 bedrooms; pan back to lake. Electric kitchen cheap I N. Orange; dial 2-45SL cost M'V more. Better Ii."-' .5V

tenants free of charge and Call at our Altamont Spring Office.see CLOSE IN Lake View. Dandy kreDe front and b.cl prh. EAST SIDE-;. block from bus nIce cUed den. large living room. Exi 'I II rate You'll want this by compari Ask for H-344. Harold V Ccndict.
1 .,. 2-bedroom frame bungalow: built i I furnished with
car .r. Real-
Homer SewelLHuckelO'NeaL refrigerator.V
living. Claybaugh.
obligation. Just phone us your va large Fi. son. Good
lot. excellent 61'iT
an Realtor 37 EVC.stral
rent,. Veterans Real Estate Agency. Re.ltr 118 E. Robinson apartment 1tDU.n. present timehouse lot A 110000 home for I In 41. Large Ihll room; hardwoodfloors I .. Venetian b1Dd. Large ter. Metcalf EMg.LAKB ORWIN \fRNOR-ffere 1* a beautiful hoirc
or'. 87175 00. Hnicomb : tile : attached garage.beautiful plot. A at $10.- SUBURBAN-Wear cIty lin--
59 8. Court St. Ph. 2-4481. ; I lu7
I and C.l "i"hl. I prewar modern bungalow situated
4 > apartment bringing in VIZW-Clapbs uzltsayv is
landscaped lot 7OO. .
: :
with Realtors. 2-2380. f.nu.b. P. Shumway, ; 140 V and business; location A *lie inVCTtmrm -
.WE: WIt HELP yon find a rental SJ7O per month. Nice assortment of I 109 E.O'H.r.-Mr.Pine For Sunday appointment 1 88500 with terms. Harry i N. Orange: 2-3282. f.ltr the best 4 bedroom 2 story buy on on larte lot surrounded by majest from every ang.r new 2
for service Veteran citrus. Lot yeN landscaped. Vosue Colonisltovo.I market reasons tile roofs super construction pines and palms Has 2 large bedrooms 2
eh.re. ;
a35.0. can 7a59.CLNTW. I bedroom concrete block bunci.ow.
p.lt The.tr
Steal Retain'A.e_,. 2 Court. APOPKA$ room block construction terms. Exclusive with Buckel !I i LKEFON-UTATWeU f.rr by contractor for home. I large living room with fireplace water *! ?'*
I I city an
1:53.
j porche -
baagalow. 2 bedrooms and bath. Re.ltr 118 E. Robinson; dial 2-3753 i EDGEWATER V r I.Dd large hlcri lot. 2 paved gleets: be.taad hardwood floors tile bath central lots highway Price $5 4V> V5Adrtir.tm
SECTION 6roomI on
Lot Newly reasonable.J. COLLEGE PARK If Three bedroom V OCOet leaving consider orr.r. artistically furnished. Immaculate heat and lovely breeseway connecting '
Rentals 3
49. Business **
.4',16' frame in lots biehxa'each
but t' I I bungalow good on -
br wIth garage. A home that Justifies
Phone are looking eDUoD Y. \.ler. C.Uoe Ba to suit duper fastidious buyer V
se -
l.Apka 1 0 Lot 50x150 ( $:OO doom Mr ST.M. v
4521. rambling home.U mo furnished home on corner ;I f. 5. a25 .ton. Re.lor. 2-2532. Price below value also Includes 2 i pride of possession. Price 513.000.lerms. .
type
OF" OFFCE3 Apply rr 13-fot terms. C. C. N D. Bailey Realtor. 30 E Ch. -
)IC s Br"e. 11. 1' Jamerson arm Carter. Realtors.
LOCKRART house farnlsh- large with tiled bath
story
Pu SaDod. 121T North AVALON BLVD.; 5 rooms furnished: Ual"t asbestos floon foil siding.til*Beautiful lot oak floors lifetime roI Owner i V i Mill; phone 2-1747., !: ed. 2 101..13.0 room r.h. Owner must I r apartment. Beat garage it $25.500. Terms 70 E. Centrsl. Phone A. T. 4767. _ _r_
A
oak
floors ileepio
porch fire I .
..u Exclusive thru Csrter. 9516.ORLaNDO SUBURBAN Nice stew bloct; h V
with shower nicely FRA A'iE.-i leave !, Grocery if needed. Inspect fcuv it Clay-
place. S lots. Shade. Lk.r
OFFICE SAC for rent steno- lm.dlate poa- I .U.rhe garage with pln.ee kten w consider reasonable offer for rr.ld.lll stlOn masonry Lockhart. Porlda bauxh. Realtor Metcalf Bldg. Phone ATE -103 Esst -2 bedrooms 2 bedrooms; oa pavement .-.' .-
graphio telephone service uu Cfobl hOI. .85 floor lUD rontrrUon 20tol. first for V V VLCCERNE 51113. i enclosed sleeping porch. 2 no*. 2 acres of land oct $7 : 'ca fun.c. SECTION-Brand
1e
Dlrknon 453 8. Or 7325. .It Bo.ad 36 M. Wa. outstanding today l.Pt P. $11.-. nick **le. Term. See Reggie WoU.tt ( h.U living V I room Masonry constructed new bungilow f I I LAKE VIEW-Heap of living for two. screened porches redecorated las.d IT Taylor. Broker. 251H N o-ac.-
ROOM-15x40. 1198 Orang V OOO. about cash j I with fieplce rom kitchen : and out corner lot Owner. 5644 or 2-2183. Today
TRI 1 two one window sins
Well built tile
ALTAMONTC 1 h.Ddl. with O. P. Realtor. East and room. lt a eon.e. cypress
Winter Park.EfOAE3 SRING8o J..r8n Swore SHADY OAK mile out Wnr--
furnished. 4 .bath Car R.ltr. & e i Upstairs rm all by owner for home. D.l Ue I siding. 2 car garage laundry storage ORLO VISTA-Kew 3 room famished, -
FOB RENT-.At CIO N. Oran Living room dining room. C.ntr Phone A .tr Car. Pine. Phone After office I[V Lifetime beros. .01 tie reason for selling. I and tool house Your furniture ls new :' house: close to school bus stores. | Garden road. 6-rooai furnish-''

I ** Av- C. R..Erkk Rtr UPIa. with breakfastroom 158. 512 hou.i b.t. $ Ask for-E. Sievart caace. P. ".tox. Brote.145 N ) : and paid for. Start right oa right Post Office. Sacrifice at 81950C.. j jOSCEOLA house alt modern conveniences W -

< C19 N. orange: V4. : bath ad. large screened CLNITWNBer I* a 3-bed-- can 2-4080. !|V .11.5.Shepherd Realty Co. LANCASTER PARK-At last w* haveV, price for alL 16500. Restricted section B. Davis, Btoaer. 194 C. Jefferson. sacrifice It sold la next week B8OUTHEA9T
'WIt V
STORE OR acre grove r worth the St. Phone 5124URABD It. A beautifully furnished always la demand. Inspect bw 2-1649.
I for WAROUEWabt pr8 lara pot 1r.. LYI. room dining room I' Wahlltol foD only 8' Electric I!V thru Claybaugh. Realtor Metcalf ST Furnished.. 2 siory. -Answering demand for

M.rh 15th.. Phone bu.n.. rr.. ow. WInter Prk 2."r 10eW ar.f.r .. bt CODPlt fu CNlTWI A UrouKhl7I AVE.In SO- 5-room bungalow kitchen solar water =tr 2-car I Bldg. On large Jot Price $4 730. Sammie !IPraseOlto. retired or working couple sweet

10roO .p1lntm.Dt including ll fr tr. a II bu..lw fm enclto Quick J. occupancy. cara. and extra building f.r your bAKE VIEW-A not hei' toopnMove Realtor: room 4 Central I IAnV1407 and clean attracti'.ely f.-n-n'd r.rgalow --

Wanted to Rent i! be paved.. a&,. see $7250.. trm.. "Do" j i!roomy or nice home.and convenient block toColonlaltown kett. Pc.. 1317 SUch J.m.BId.. "Opposite B.c- V bobby.Mills: 21688.LN White. Bros Brk.n 824 I. I I your family and furniture into this aaOOC:J4cash gas beat Hlnton 86OOD B.a-orT83J Unfurr.: _:'hc
BiVERLT SHORES-New three bedroom 6 Central R.lt. R this ACI.RRDOPOt." lovely hollow tile four bedroom spacious ORANGE AVE.. N SECTIONS.I I
APT. to March he: 2 heater Arcade; 4237._ ee.tr. J"e.tcate. 58. lvable home aH convenr.cs room banrsiow: 'furnished: on tot SOUTHEAST 8CnON-H'-: anew
00.
1. O'OUE"b.' 1 room .lh duct U balh : large I COLONIALTOWN -* 1647 Hillcrest a 11.0. Frnt Call b.Pisk with< GREELY S.-WeU-wt home: cypress -_ Plus. Kitchen equipment In. Steam 81 ft. wide extending through entire 2 bedroom borne en .T. 60x11"

puarante*-*ood ear o( raeat. Jh: Del: el"ate lot with tall A"e 6-room house wt garage. I' OHarts-Moore.Realtora, 109 ,, 2 ..110 furniture V .6UURB"-ButU1.ol. Ti I heat. A beautiful corner settin Includes block from Hazel Ave. to Oroveiand 4 fruit tree Concrete bwatructlon. g

Room 337, Saa Joan Sunday 10 a.m. *. $2.0 anfrlsed. Bar- Ab small apartment on same E Pine. 2-2 I : bedrooms .Ieol. 1,1 V .ntrcUo moe. : tile roof; 2-car e.rle. laundry room. work- shop. 3 Ave Only 142 ft. west of Orange $6300. Terms Sp'a* '5Spiesel

'<3 urn _, low : O. ek ,1' Or.De. SxU2 To b seen between 4 U bu.al..1 I[V I SP.c bp.tr.fnt 7325.j 'U. Ln. lDdsp plot IB a room furnished tile bath apartmentover Ave. Room for 3 more houses on lot. Whitney Bpiesel RCo .
bedroom :
and RED Realtors 706 Metcalf
Dial' 8188.It : P. Bo..r. KHUrdfe Realtor. double garage to pay grocery Maple living room and bedroom fur- JHda12'59 _
( .rpa H
G
jRTL"-tw- :s great to lire 1 Oriando.1 Immediate 18. 2 lr. I I j i GRAND AVS.--rl frame bl i hills 2 paved steeorg. .f_ men s ntture. New linoleum la kitchen. 8DBUHB"AiuIConcfite block 3 rooms

PI r C of pea,. Box 67 8-Star. b CLNITOW s hOI: A-l condition. pos- porches and hot water hardwood units. *, : j j V I newly Plr 10 rooL 2 blocks I! Td.! Csn't pick on this *2O nry price Lane front porch, screened back i and complete bath veteran nenre -->--
_am S8.5OO. :i V to bus at d V VV ff and map K WD thru Claybaugh. VR.altorSeetcaifBldg porch House now vacant and I have i : on corner lit tax deed $4fiOO
-3 10 5 rooms. Army Lt. and COLOSIALTOWN-Nicely furnished r.ne prhe garage.Landscaped. Howard Je with M. J. .ho .o,.t.. LAKE FRONT Lovely small Mart-
wife. tie children no pet*. Call small house;eb conveniences, on 1.0. 11 III Av. Realtor. 132 M. Main St. M. 6977 I i I i I V I U.o. Pa. cub 104 Je V V land e.t. Modem some central | the key. SmaC down payment will cash 2O44 Karollna Are : or y"-tier
Z.0l5I.Ext. 1451.APARTMtNTEata1Lfurn5j. 2 corner lots: to shopping center. COLLEGE PARK New. and or 22O70.DUPLEX I 1 V D,1. Bk. beating. garage. 1 baths. 1 LAKE VIEW-All you need J. groceries buy thi*. Fan price ls tM30 and It Is of-Formosa. 1 block north ol Fair-
Immediate V neat. 2-bedroom D J.Uern Over 150 ft. lake frontage.l Tropical and down payment Home for a real buy Realtor co-operation lavtted. bank
bun
1IIon cement
836 N. Hat S& galow. Plastered walls. $6500. -Near hospltaL Rental ceflIB I I I GOB A V-. E.-2 bedrooms bat landscaping several large trees.A I two. One of better bum tn exclusive James J. Rackett. Realtor SOUT1QCAST-Built to stand
terms
'wo working 1.1 close in. Ca operate. $2500 balance monthly. : *. 9110 monthly. Now vacant.rabtort screened porch attached ;: real value in a fit front T section Famished dishes! to garden 1317 Shah Blvd "Opposite ACL RR Rock of Gibraltar toit 2-bedrnn

2-244. ext. 62 4. 1 COLONIALTOWN ownf'l Bryant us. Herman Ooodwm. ) to sale. Price. S10.SOO. George I I IDUDR II high lot: big fruit trees furnished pitiperty. George ell. l.. tools $11000. Art anlckly Ree Clay- Depot:" dial 75B3. hou-e gives you the greatr.se ofsaf't
I H.Kittredge. Realtor phone 2-3176. Loren Duns. Broken & M.I 2-3176. b Realtor. Metcalf Bldg art s
PARK %
bedroom bungalow: garage Broker. 677 N. Orange; dial 9855.CITY 8.1 r RaI !ush. LAKE -Out of tows owner perBHUseare u
1 APT..-Newry married couple. M ed; completely SECTION-Furnished. I I Bnwn 2-1269. MICHIGAN AVE -- buna.'ow- wfehe to ecU 2-bedroom sod hailoiV and capped xl.-, a .

kitchen: fule LIe&Pon br enclosed sleeping porch.V;!I EIGHTS- 2 V LNCAT PAR IN 2 bedrr-jO" front porch screened sleeping porch bungalow, comer location roof .: really i* her to say I' ian
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APT or house: 2 bedrooms: in Cocoa 000. R. Iel.t.. with ( from dupl.bus: a I buy at $54X10 ,, db front porch. Dining I': BOLD house: 8 ur 2 feet condition. arranged for f pr-I garase 8 large citrus trees: nice with immediate possession I atractve living room c.'.:. 1 .- -

area near Banana River Base bus: Real 'Estate. 36.r B. Pine; .In|I i I I If desired C. U. Taylor. Broker.terms and nook a nice home pecan and 1 pear. 3OO ft : and lucerne. Large Ass 4xl5O. nicely I.. shrubbery, flowers clone to Priced for ulck sale at only 14.75O. .' V place. comMnatloa kitchen-d.nir.

rp'lbe couple J. A. 2516 N. I, with landscaped lawn with ,'V and Or oie Blossom TaI b I landscaped: 9 assorted bearing I bus. school and stores $ .150. termS with excellent term. Kitchen equipment room. *wo bedrooms bath and lar
phone_ 2-3t1. B.r CORNELL AVE- Must be sold at day. Orant. 5644 or 2-21 To- fruit. Price tSOO. Must sell this week seen to be rl.te U. .I citrus tree snad trees I .m Johnson Co 2O8 8. Msin.MArTLAXD Included. let us show yon sorer,;ed front porch Oil fam..

I nee. r 3-bedroom- bo.: !ee_Cleybaugh. Realtor. Met-alf Bldg. er KTf W. mnusasl .ooprrl. Oeo. P. Bras Realty Co.. 19 2. wh ronvffc'or heaters Pr,rr
APT. s.: a real buy
3-rooms 2 bedroom modern tilebnnralow
or on bus oak .
-
solar T
-refined working l. n h.ater COLONIAL GARDENS-Modern 5- AREA New. tILLCREST ATE--Think of it, 2 I II at Can well financed. hIghway tract, Cen'rsl. i iFIXE 87450 00 Cn O'HarrMoort. Res'-
DCBDREA on 're
: With
I A.Tc Ph belweca all flI' will k 84750 c.1. I)i I room house: r"UI kltch. Nicely !1 a Asphalt 18,45.fr I:I l bunrslow. some furniture.an V Jim 11.0.. with Asher Peter I I covered with orange trees $19.975. CASTLE'* miles West 4j 'torn 2-- .'80. 109 E. Pine
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6 8.
I' lale. Ring Ett 3 J.nca' Owe 1. Palm pr? y kltdlel Do perfect 000 Frank creba. Realtor. Realtor, cor. Central and Main Term J. Mow 13th. Realtor 132 room house and bath. U acres I Ibad.
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.ORLANDO. FLORIDA COUNTRY 10 miles out. J LEONARD'S' CORNER .cea LOCKHART lots cheap. LAKE vixw-Home. and ,
I BGJ Ab'.nd gar- ORLANDO AVE.
-4Winter Park), S
SUNDAY SPECIALS house, deeds furnished. lr. j
-4-room Pretty block. Has large large bearing dea land
9 rich !
cment S acre lend e3
et C
apartment building lot en i APARTMENT BUILDING unit HIGHWAY BUSINESS
PAGE' Bear Lake Road. 10 Opportunity.
FEBRUARY cheerful with Rent
: 2. 1947 room fireplace young bearing trees. 1 ban pr cleared: 6-room Highway and zoned for r

b.t nicely furnished; 10 acres also floor furnace. : b0. tile aol 4 r. LANCASTER PARK house 300 ft.r frm.pt G newly room for store building .u.ln. cent construction la from This consists Blossom of 10 acres Trail extending
floor lte froDt i frt bah Orange to old
living Orll.L. k.t
porch i 2 2
.t. kltben re.t. I painted. Onemfle apartment in fastest f I
prbe
Coot from buN. Lancaster la aer. .ro. section South Dixie Ricbway. There la a new
: ( Preceding Pace] towatermelon .
i land one 1 trove; sacrifice. I4. Utility room wit lUDd. acre planted 1 city limit good town near Orlando en highway, ia Investment
o area among a class section, business buildIng en the new hIghway -
with property; Park a.tt ao redent.l t
1 prh.r. tnK 1/3 crop I on concrete road: electricity.A and has c
ever r ,
beautiful possibilities and a furnished home Dixie
850. terms. Florida sanitarium neat lot. small deep spring fed A'bargain I hma 1. Ihoo. owner real buy for Good .r. cm
:51. Houses for Sale 13. 1.ke 1925. t.r. Price S23.50O wt term : stores and City bus service This U an excellent location for
000 includes eleetrie kitchen. MrStone t..tr.
8 I at 83.7S* with 81.750 Jim M. Caldwen Peter. I Frank Creba Realtor 507 I

SUBURBAN-Bay thIs and enjoy reel and clean 3-bedroom bungalow. 87.500.I' Stewart ty with Harold Sepher R.l wt 4767.M.' D. Bailey Realtor. J n.Ln. Ave.. SHOO. P Raltor. cor. Central Jhe Main; I I Building, phone 2-1710. Met.1: Fully furnished. This i one of the now tourist providing court and a living trailer for camp.4 slats It u

Co. 2 K S Phon E. 78. I and a nice net cssh balance
Florid living. Attractive bungalow tn a'Ia 10. ORANGE monthly
term Kaley School section. 2 bedrooms I 5124. A Owner
t of .Ix room*, and for ready retire: aUon. 1. Ter 01 of these 5-room 3 I I win give VE-D"DtO"1 cleanest and moat attractive .proposij -, Homesickness is the reason for selling
lr. U bt m.n MODEN. t.me for development.
'I SMAIdea Broker. 1407 E. luo.aw. 101 las at the low of SOO
: porcbgL ..r.. 3 lurnlsned farm. A real D. P. BIAS OFFERS- i antei late .. Deep phone price $17 M -
louses. 3 acre of ground containing bedroom bouse close to :: fruit. Owner.TI Box 64 for Washington Tom. SL dial 2-3937 and ask Completely furnished. On PUDP.I -. George Painter with torlUoD. j tions i the city. S Hale D'D with j| Nutt-Heasley. Realtors. 15 W. Washington -

8 ba citru trees. On a paved buy. We have houses from A re1e. Fruit. Nice highway t.ct 7 miles out. Realtor. 70 E. Central: 2-0786. Petr I ; St. Phone 5106.

ro el t neighbors and with .UI5 ho. Can OP .n GARDEN good grove. LTWe have a handsome building I Terms. Wele wit M. J. Bettes Investment Co. 25 W. Wash- |

CfYDB Offered M.unfurnished S. Versowe. ''S up as high .want t 10 12.0 furnished. W restricted residential ia .n ef ou which highest 2.2030.Realtor 13 B phone 1"S'1 I ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-.Large. j i ington St.. Phone 8513. I.HIGHWAY 17-92 Good home and
Of. areas
we business
Valencia yielding I close 444 feet
in highway front-
.11 I suitable for stores
: Ral. 2 E. Church St Pho. 7833 Slayton. Realtor. 32 K Pine; 6651. SMGU35 t 1.12 m.1 can I at leas than market. If youwant MODERN attractive well-bunt tourist lIt., park. propI I i I sie. You should investigate this now.

y'' 83. J and cement block homes not quite boxes last year with 3* acre young fine south front see this lot 1.10' 3 oak lua I erty now has fine new T. ini!i I Priced to sell. Exclusive listing. Call

SOUTHEAST, this homey Utu complete Move la and finish and 2O feet extra at 8160000. C.I .' blinds. 10 -0. 45 acres. ; I j l come buildings. This a for !I Ij 1' Mr. WIIIs with J- Mattes, "' *
; house on It high cool lot BEAUTIFUL-Spanish type Bungalow yourself. ildc money. Large V6lerel and S cleared for O'Hsrra-Moore. Realtors 2-2. I i turkey and aer.chicken. A '47 j,i a home. Income and 1 ch.nr AUTO BODY and Paint Shop. 11.10.i Main: 5809.HOTELSOcoons..
good income; on large well landscaped S.e It E. r.neh In.etment I
pIa" to thru the wiatcrs.t I I Pne.LT14 is priced right I! Grocery living quarters.
t in. stores schools I value a 45 Income. EUnton. 11.S. .
Is too a minimum comer lot; with excellent elevation e .e.r Can crop la- I 11. responsible 'D. Yer tr. t j Service station. modern. aU room
Co. planting. I
n' lre reui. furLahJjMl stucco .hollow tile cnc 1 Easy tr. Ki.-PF b blh" I Ic.de' feet on E. Riley at R.ltor. 7632.MODERN 2-O642. for beusf. C.I I $8.500. Many 16.6.. Mark and lobby newly decorated Thriv-

with electric kitchen. AH tine; Hardwood one O.ner. 1401 Wahln.tn for 19. 2 lot overlooking Lake I ROME I I J. t LOOK Geealra. S N. .lt 1 log business In crewlne etty near Or.
f1 at price paid grove ever ; A Ohio Real Estate. R..lt. 14 .
PeL.te 1
$1.350 for both. See Wheeler j Isndo. Sacrifice
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for Call O'Harra-Moore, baths large dining room AN IE HOM OYfdol. lt II Hole. tn suburbs of jI 2-1464. price of S55.0OO with
1650.0. Moss 13th. .m.r terms. Write
109 .. Pine. breakfast room and 3 Mdol patio 3 : .p.elu. 3 821,500. cash. Wm. Realtor. 132 bungalow constructed I Box 59 S-Star for appciptment -
2238 with repairLola year '.0 a S Main, phone 6977 2-2070. I TOURIST COURT to see first hand the Outstanding -
frn lu 1.nde.pd. Exeele. tastefully painted attractively landscaped tr.ne site. For I
SUBURBAN Cltrmont o
I nearby I and ..r.. yard has i and best location Orlando and j: value ot this property.
Broker 2'2. Broker. 28 LAKE
rom O. Rencher. nice lake
ne.rt
there a so located K on : roms b.th !
I WIs-1 FN-I8 ft the BAR AND PACKAGE STORE-New.
immediatepossession.
pre furnished and mod- screened-in I on Orange Blossom
for large EXCLUSIVE: SEON-New. close r.trctd ae.. Reasonably eletric. prb. cieul.r ba7 exI I j HIGHWAY 17-92-We have S very
f.m eof..i Excellent I attractive well doing
selling.
Reason for with heater. Is right. Jim M. Cald-I 1.tf
6-room 8620 Orlando priced non I desirable
: rent home, that ItPP! for Doctor retired businessman em. bedrooms. 2 tile baths ton Ph ; 86. electric 'Mul.te citrus I weU with Asher Peter. cor. I cellent business: stock: lowrent. location* on this busy
o of our territory to It 3 large wit 14. Raltr. Highway for sale. The
prices are
or guest home. owner oak floor fruit trees; sacrificed at furniture ..Central and Main: 2- Jn. la very rean.bl
righw the
CODte showers: I -
terms
an remodeled and expenhvelyfurnished I I 1.0. good. Mr
was for Tuner
LAKE or
P.rt HEIGHTS Select R. J.
-
''
.D equipped only a el I 2-7. Re.ltr..elcme.I aluminum .Ido.... and' blnda :oa mGB in this 1 buy'' .1.ude.. part here. Sm.r':, TOURIST HOTEL-Cottage site; oa Estate 36 B. wlt. Parn Ra! Mr. Willis with J P Mattax. Roe

of years ago. Worth $ 0. I I i I SPANISH P.AMBLE-Two story o breeseway Electric and.a.gas kitchen 60110- 35 ACRES LAND-10 acres grove. I ed residential development. r.trt bargains mailed free. C. L Brady. '1 I West central, sue block off Orange 2-161. Broker. 145 N. Maui. 5W9_ _
atmos- room. 1 1
can plet.b details sold for 11.O'H.r..Mor.0. For cm, T' PhcOr class'inside living and"u A-l ment Ieude. Plenty of shrubbery 5-room house, fubed Owner all improvement lot are 65' i*wide now or underwayAll greaterPriced Strout Realty 318 W. CoDa Dr.. ,1 Blossom. Trail Price: room for IS doubleCottages. > BAR.B DRIVE IN-Complete set I I

R.tn.! 2-2380; 109 I IO.tD. Tiled baths, m.r sills. fine I.rde. your own straw Rt 3. Box 49. Orlndo. from S15OO. McNntt-Heasley. PO. Box 353. Orlndo. I F. 110.0. Ibr.1terms. j 1p plenty room for e.paUlD. I]| HARDWARE STORE FOR SALEI
Wheeler or
details berries. 817.500. Term NORTH Neai 17-92 Cark BrFan I Located oa "Main Drag. 2 yearleaje. -
a heap o 50- Realtors 15 W. Washington Highway. 3- S. I I
IY' S FOR SALE by owner- St Hotel phone I
I wt numerous t M 1. Moss 13th R.ltr. 132 8.Main rt I Phone 5106. I I brom. furnished house: chicken LbbF. 1 Step right in and take over Other
OOUTHSIDZ-Hardlng A.e location Metcalf phone acre ia ne.1 f in excellent 223.'I for Hariow O. Fredrick lIt Interests forces us to sell at
;
4 frame bus through 'Ih Realtor lent of Marsh hous condition 1.0. I sacrifice, small
near CF N. hardware stock
.de ; Dial 5158.I j jI' \
and bro terms arranged. Bldg.A LAKE IN YOUR back yard. You have eon41o. I ; price S5.25O. Cameos Fran TRAILER : tourist camp site I jI fIxtures. sod los-SO for
.treL 11.0. home theCity n.pfrt V.lencl LAKE KTLLARNEY T.oI( cisco. Realtor room 4 Central Arcade 'I fronting I I ; $2,500 cash
for SECTION ;
good been asking a i In the heart ri on Highway 17-92. | Phone 2-3526.
3 bedroom
118 M. Orange. TWO STORY-
:11:18 : rek i short distance 1 busi on a Lake this is your :: of the orn.e.. L.td citrus lot. 50x135 eae. For 8900. Lane ; 7407. N.. running 600 ft. to beautiful I I'J BUSINESS WANTED-Private party. i|

"lt'. treat live lo.ton now being redecorated; but you will have to hurry as : Has excellent drainage RI.e ar I with Her.Gwi Ine. Broker : fishing and swimming lake. Ideal'Pt Full Box 69 S-Star
t 1 Orlndo.- .eeDtr aln 677 I for p.rtell.r I II
J can possession. Its erty like this I seldom ofere and three-room house. Orange 4. 15.I I dnelopme.t 15.S. Call ,
3 bedrooms. 2 tile wel Park i BAR AND PACKAGE INCOME PROPERTY _
TWENTIETH BTREE Near -trail. ,1 really priced t sell quick. 'IO.S. .a., completely offeredfor For te years average LOT 17. Block O. Harmon St.. Lawn- ODApoph R d I 659I Andre. Witr I I long lease; STORE apt house. S28O- 4-unlt furnished -
fumhe. I monthly
.rOI I blslDe. I in
this Is good bouse for 7.0OO. Pay terms Sam 20 Income 118.86. Sale dale. 43. C. Olympia i 11.-
A Hut .
S15.OOO with I L Blol inventory. See Mr. come. Just outside
of 4 of productive soil city limits low
.
Ph. 81500 on U. S.
per acre Abut I i I 17-92--674' front
2-bedroom
will balancer, M.ln Write ;
carry Hel.ht.
Realtor. 507 .b.trct I Harold Shepherd lines Two-car
1.:na o.nr t'fuJ 30* cash balance on terms. arc frame house*-1 of 4 Realty Co. 20 K.Wathingtoo5l24. saraie. Double cor
new bath new crop I I b.t Emily 1 I i I bouse furnished: 26 in all: i lot
umlture. n point electric stove. {I 2-110. For further information, communicate C.LAKE. Cue. Or.n.ebur.|! rooms rents for $11.OO per week, theother ',, opportunity for any aere business. |I Ii ncr : beautiful lawn trees and
shrubbery; newly
: BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME Lifetime of painted. S9OOO will
6
and bath for
nice cabinet ; OPEN W.Princeton Ave. with owner. Are W.ren rooms rents i i Across Pete's Bar and Grin. 1 mile MAN-win buy lease or handle Deal
Inouple HOUSE3 12 rooms. 5 KTLLARNY 69'xI48'. Orange SSO OO about l.OOO boxes I BUSIE with easer Box 68
ready to more in. C. meta r ldrom Route 1. B. 21. Vw Bah P I I 8650 ; pr mont. I south Sanford. 1 opr.te .m.1 bUllea rosdstand'' S-Star.
2 bat. garage ap.rent Villa, Corner Bumby and Rob- of can from-the 114 .- I
Broker. 104 E..Jefferson Thl 3 bedroom bungalow t.kD or in close to
214.'AA new b.uuu S .n main 53. Acreage for Sale Inson. 2O2O Pant St. large seedlings 10 grapefruittrees. WASHINGTN ST. EAST-7OO block. I sp. Full Flrid. letter MEN-The waterproofing business
AVEA home 5 miles from I tu.t cf-
road. .
paved
Orl.odo Electric and Price
D. ItU. ; large attractive living room: LOTS Several good ; on lath light water. furnished home |I please. Box 50 8-Star. I lets a real opportunity for two local
2 bedrooms citrus trees in prime condition. Iot for all .
frD.he wt 10 of St. For 8400 each. $5500 0. U5o.o b.1 and income lives in one side young men who
for for residence. rooming acre east WintrP.rl. McstissackBroker I, cub o.oe I will work themselves
ACAGz0 1-2-3 but
OD7 I.S wt tn. plenty closets: bath and Sotbt highway. ; N. oi.ol Ave- ance bbF wants more room. I I and manage their own crew chance
Frank night con 12.0.Oer 181. .
Cb Rltr. 17 \ 0 W bu rt.r.Dt elub V. acres on Winter phone Priced 1 0 wild terms. Frank BUSINE OPPRTNI ao to get into a business that Is
Oarde. 192 I rapidly
Building phoD I Hall Arene X. Crebs R 507 Building. I II I
2-110. hoe. .Durle' 11.0.
22. 2-108. Rom !
WINTER PAR.K-Larg. beautifully shower breeaeway garage attached; 825.300 fUrshe. ShO.D .p blh.aF. at Park Je. 11.20. G'i LAKE LOTS-One at Interlaken; Bro.A.. Tel R.ltn. 12 phone 2-1710. Met.1 Stel I. i growing and Million of dollars of concrete

landscaped lake front lot sloping 0117. Wt i R.ltr. 2311.i ether on Lake Butler in Windermere !I 5181. I | masonry construction are

down to lake. Exclusive kitchen equipment Included; large pitment. Mil; 21688.ArCE i ACR.EAGN-lO acres. Near Orange ; priced tow far quick cash sale; | EAt lTATKn large lake I II planned and under way la Orlando.
aabbr call 7665.LAKEFRONT. I 'I for BEAUTY SALON small-In of Very little capital Is required aside

hood; Ideal bomeat .& tlr corner lot. O.ne Ian sell We say T BERM. I Blossom Trn eight miles south truck of PROPERTY-Desirable ONE ACRE-Fine land I| locte.mle, or In.UtuOO could aeeommodate -I city; established 14 hear.eU from a few tools and your car and
farmed for Appk.
De .tu"o bm. garage i Rda. I Orlando; le. ; I road miles out..01 |i SO spacious mansion i equipped; excellent clientele: Ivey trailer or truck You can get neei -
plot. Suitable Ihr
school for severalhomes !
Air conditioned '
rea. Sale by .wer. 11.0. 21 W. section. ; .oa Ia perfect ehurch one or ,; and other houses has ; with :3O6 N. Main 7325.I i emery materials through
burl Martle Williams Realtor. 8300. large lot in Glence : modern fscUij j Ho..r. : us ss you
In- Title shore of Lake
f 8t.r.WlR rage eluding; n.rl. 'two acres fruit ground trees that ltre. near by. peret Phon Phone 1alt see at Lake u I IG.rden. urbs overlooking west end Lake Sub'' ties swimming pool, complete farm I'I BUSINESS 16 need ItI; Well help ia securing sales

PARK-8-bedroom. com Washington St. Phone 8106. 1 2-651 larney. O. Dearing, Owner bUlldmt and stable: bearing citrus aparment fur. and handling orders A real opportunity -
will pay ; overlooking lake: of mile east of 14. A
furnished frame bun.iuw.yxcellent I choice a iem. one wanting quiet I FLORIDA. SHORES On orange 3/10h Trail a on Holden rnone :I 1*. I .4 pecans; 1: acres. 3 miles hlsn- j' ""hed. on lr. lt. R for not a blue ihy scheme, to.
furnace heat. Lot 75 fet t.Oon Tr. Only 3 highway tract Blom AY. way frontage all fenced. Price ott.e. over OOO yearly set into your own profitable bUMne
and from Main Bloom ORLO VISTA-New 3 room furnished .
88.50O. call Mr. baatF. blok. St LAKEVIEW LOT desirable George I Pce C. R. Emerlrk Real- with little risk, and to
Prte. or see frontage. See sign. Ver i house f5.0. Stedronsky Box 77. 14.0. build up
b for quick close to school .
: bus .
Harold Shepherd Realty Co.. 20 BY OWNER-Excellent location cori & left Painter with ou Peter. Phone 6781 or s Holden I: stores.post F.. i,| 110 Orn,: dial 7348. 1 something permanently worth while

;.I Washington St. Phone 8124. !i i ncr;' lovely completely furnished O.ne write .la.ln. t.. Pone 173 Realtor. 70 E. Central; 2-0786. Garden. 3/10 east Lt. Orange Davis.office Broker sacrifice 104 at E.S1.95O.Jefferson.C. B. i BAR-PACKAGE STORE-.812.000 plus I Phone Mr. Kay at Ft. Oaths Hotel.

TOTTER lo 'i house; has large living ro dn Bz Prk. Blo.sm T. on HoMen Ave. ;!i 2-1649. 57. Real Estate Exchanged { Inventory. Exceptionally i Monday for Interview.
PA-p. Ip 2 MUST SELL new 2-bedroom home on flD.ull
ro bol b.t eletc kit LAKE lets. Ia i : ment in l'ACKAGE3TORE-Oo good hlsa-
Interlaken
;
moemiU.. highway. reduced for thIs FN I i I FARM-Grove: 10 acres moemUtl1
on ft corner J Priced t eh.lr.II.a-1 preh week pnly. Pic gift 81SOO LAKE b acres U.u.1 C1 Conveniences; re, PUTY land: bunga- LAGUNA BEAC. CA. 1 mation only. Courtney > way. Excellent lease. Volume good.
tlu
I
sell by at $ tr. .tt.eed .et. 102 cash. Remainder like 145.. us on FONAGz near .tnet. Inv. Co.. 506 E t.ble .0rom hishI Angel oe.n: eomplete Realty; 392 N. Orange: 2-241. Splendid opportunity for msa and
locks west of Orlando AV W. Sttn _____ bttmed Dr. dial _5. :f ly I wife. Price S6.000 plus inventory
P.1 before you buy. By owner. D. Moore Wlndermere. Only 12. Trade with ; I I way; .. Strout Realty. 318V. W furaihe. moem t.o:i I
banks in Winter Park. Owner R I ONE OP THE n. little re.ldnc. Scald Louis 143 MAITLAND Drive j i Colonial. I brol "una.lo. Call or see Mr. Folsom with Harold
phone 5787 or ; Osln. Raltr. to rom i LISTINGS mEI
Nidy. 1490 'P.ub.u Ave.. I I la town at Wel I.t i 3.NEW N. ; one block west of Lk SFbh.'I i .lh fr .: attractive garden and I I I BuSIN G. ;, Shepherd Realty Co. 20 E. Wsshj -
2-146. H.rltw
1.1 RANCH
ready to AC '
occupy. .t.ton Large patio: for comfortable
living
section. HOMA ETAT-3.o.cr. Inxton St Phone 5124.PACKAGECIOODS .
Prk. I Donea r.pa at lot on the north ..laDdk 'lar. Headquarters. 118 N. Orsnge. j I >
.
. OX approved. 84.500 .It with S ten or
V. i apartment In Winter
WINTER PARK Lake Maltland. A L. F Part
on 101 frontage x rear i ; I STORE Doing
n210t and : baths and spacious porches. 3 addl- I for one. Iwo. three
Broker. West c i or PO. '
of IP.
to i
opportunity
secure one : Riparian 4'3.
rae with Veterans* Real Estate rights. Price tional houses each with good i Box 1092. Winter Park.month.. over S4S.OOO scorn business 5-year
attractive estates la this I Avenue. Cal LAKE FRONT-IS acre. in city lImits C. H. Cub d.e. phone i iI i 1: bath BODY-FENDER. SHOP-Priced .t..: lease very reasonable rent. Shown
xclnsivo section. Modern home and SMALL COTTAGE-Partly furnished. ; 2 S. Court; 2-48. I at Altamonte Springs; 1 block bus I Part 1203-J. o.ne. i arn. All buildings In fIe 1 aWI-MNOaNew large 3 $1.500 only.Electric only by appointment. Price 812.500.

spacious grounds. Offered at a bar- x ISO lot: fri trees: GOLDEN HAS IT-Open Sunday, r rbdom i line- over 9OO ft- frontage on pavement I I.l I ORANGE BLOSSOM i. tion. Small citrus and pecan ao. Will shop with eul.eDt Price Clark F Bryan. Business opportunl-
S lot .
l.i See Mr. Wheeler wt elo moer 1730 Harmon Ave, Dubsdread. New 2- ; high quality soil. BOO fU virI buy the TIB.t pr..t aiprt. S.mmi. !i exchange for smaller 2 or 3 bedroom $1.500. lo.tIOD. I! ties. 130 S. Court Orange Hotel
t'r"prUon on
Realty house: porte cochere. I I pine choice location I tr.1 G Highway i home good location; phone Grocery and meat market neighbor-
Sephrd Co 2 I H.rc1 MII.LVEY 'rae. .ohbr section. Corner highway o.ner. : I Lobby. phone 2-0237 _ _
frontage. 1
mile the navigable
on
.. phone rear for quiet .u hom or .ub.1-:I I I S.I 65-R Winter Park. i hood store on main artery. 4000. !
; i _
11. HOUSE 2 story prhe. 79 feet Price.
tD ; deep. S45O. with terms j i Numerous private PARTNER-Local resident willing to.
Culver cash .ot RI.e. Restaurantand
WASHINGTON and North Tap.. ro 2 bat nice porches chen.Golden.Only Broker. ; Y A.. at Or I stun; bargain fo 13.2:0. Call Mr. Bush o"l Harold Shepherd 1 I II 1 accessible only 6 miles to a OWNER of High Class Guest Home equipment. living quarters .lt Invest small amount of capital

room frame bungalow. 2 I..tr 1 roof; Ild. and out; 2 ear Winter P.rk.TBBBM .l OCEAN TO LAKE WYMAN. north of I Realty Co.. E. Washington St.Phone good .hoppml center. Certainly an i will consider acceptins Orlandoresidence and .14.0.Ba with I with services and station wagoa. Box

laundry and garage; 2 garage large lot plenty of fr''rea ange. Boca Raton about 1.000 feet of I 5124.OLESBY opportunity for only $75.- I valued around S10.0OO as sad fixtures. In.otr 54 S-3tsr.

porches: automatic hot water. Owner. I good close t tYD HOUSE modem frontage. Will consider 827S.OOO.Provident AVE-2 desirable lots just I' 000 on good terms. Will divide 1 1 I I par payment. Guest home Is one bar 15.50.D"t.n Ave. Netted RESTAURANT Ck e.ln. Beer and

WINTER PARK L.l 4- 110 terms: no itrt en b.l.ae. fUrlhe. overlookIng Tt Company of Philadelphia i of St. Inquire Sat and S.n. desired. Rex-McGin Realtors. E.I from post oH1e. i completely last Priced at wine. 4-year lease. Grog* sale* last
Lake Sybelia sad beautifully no.o er. 'JJ.I I
.
Ph. M.IUnd. P. or Ira L. NeSmlth. 233 .t 1851 B. B. elusive Agents. 128 N. Orange. Phone furnihe grosses month. (3noO_ Price. (4500. Exclusive

Witr Me4trDea Pak'a l. residential sec OD 1113. or 618 Mellonville A. Banford.Fla. 18. terms. t alt. over lk. tots So. CoutT Rd West Palm Be.e. Gr.fn" OIlebF 4147. 'IS365 Included monthly). This( _is a .parme.t not j 0. A.. Clothing Store: Inno withPotter': Herman Goodwin

&n Hawo .; fully equip ___ 10'1101 Price. Florida. SUMMERLIN-And Anderson-Big 3 4 ACRES and 6 room home. Suburban. i position for someone. Asher.pro, '! tory. fixtures Price. Inc. Broker, 077 N. Orange Ave..

pd eltr k\.n B.ltu 10'10' r broker roa. to ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-Where i lot corner: at Intersection of two I 4'* miles from Orlando. I Resltor cor. Central and : Restaurant (very nice) Doing SBI IISJ'9855. _

Iround. DGEC-Mu' be gold t set 1. Young. 821 N. I list Street. most people tr..1 Florida's Slain main toroul.r. priced for Im Paved road to property. Electricity ;: 2-0786. M.i I Ii excellent bU'le. 130.0. RESTAURANT-Orange Ave. close la

Whiter Park...Realtor phone 658. t Utl..tO. Treor.. rare Ire. Florida. 8tret Ltd number 2<4. S and : mel.t o.ner. 2-2182. &and phone. Indude Ple.pple.i! WINTER" PARK New. 'I Henry Burcls 12 M.II St. Well established business. Good
bunga i I phone 21090.CHfl.I3RENS .
S2OO 8350 acre oranges and ; 3ro' lesse. Price. $15 OOO. The best of
oppr1otJ. LOW COST I PARK-Residential lots in I I concrete block home
o WlEBuUu new .two- 10.. beautiful lets. Lake and HOUSGX.. eb1 term Jim M. C.ld.el t pr Asher WIT Lake Knowles section. I elas. Poultry house and poultry. Offered I; Trade for 1 Vli.Heeht. i terms to responsible party. Mr. Pot
I 1 I READY TO WEAR
ShopDowntown
privileges. Only 87.0OO with Ux1. l.r.tt
for week, withreasonable 2-bro .
b no. larger cabins Peter Realtor Central and Paved for I II 1 next j Park I ter with Herman Goodwin. Inc. Broker. -
good Hurl! Smith Real Pc 1.0'5. E.7 t. ; j jRNC f I .tret. R.d Imedl.t o payment and I or area. I! shopping area. Going I] 677 Oraoae: dial 9855.
t tr. Job Main 2-0786. I
I.r. "a.. Pt. a .1 luPPUe 2. ar. t.et bold1. .145. Inpet See Earle H. Shannon wIth Ray !!: bo.lne5. Gross 8588 per week. Stock I II' '
owner.< L 1. M.I do. Owner. 8.a acre I = Call Winter Pak 540B monthly p.7ment. Te owner w1''I' Greene, 114 Park Ave.. S.: Winter '' .Ioe. of flxtJr .. nvn- ,!: RESTAURANT beer and wine; also
VEST 8IDBJust outside city limits. ID SI Hotel.phone LNI0.0. f P.1 r 'a 2-4551. I consider for Park. I I I'I almost Dissolving ire cream machinery: doing good
New 4-room house on OPEN 5 414. 8.80 sale. Herman Goodwin. Inc.. Broker 130. P.r- business 647 W Central.RESTAURANT .
&IS ft PR ISPEON1 t in Brevard County. 810 : 7 LOTS Just Dixie one block :> I 2-STORY HOME Desirable location. nerh'p.' will Itok. :
of B 677 N. 0 dial 9855 .1 fltur.
hot. Immediate E. range: or
possession. p.m. .er. j 1 1roN I I '
Or. T. lr. 1660. 15 One of Central ForIda's
acre. Stripling with M. J. Moss 13th. from bus garden land: [ trade for Income property or -
quick action at 84,850. .Jane Bros rm. mery. bunalow. rf. BUNGALOWS Realtor 132 8. phone 6977 or some shade: price 0 ClarkF. 120 ACRES-Good truck land 12 miles I property close In. Geo. H. I IKItredee. I I'I H. F. Boland. Realtor: 672 N. Orange I I best known and best money
built Two tile sills
235 IT. Main dial ( 1941) M.l
; 'I b.t. from town on Cheney Highway Ave : dial I
U5. 2-207O. Bryan. Owner. 1 Court. Or- f ri Realtor 2-3176. I': making restaurantsCompletely equip.ped.
PARK-Mediterranean thou.holt. tile thn Autm.ti Hotel Lobby. : 2-0237 opposite Lake Pickett Road. Good : : : I II Lane seating capacity. Most
WIN Winter Park's 'n car 3 bedrooms bUt 1940, fnrle. 24'. AND 5 AC TRACTS-Near Orlando anse i and chicken house. InquireP. WILL SELL or exchange 2-.tor 8I I! DUPLEX :1IRzn comer favorable rent and lease. Exclusive

residential lavatory and tub. Solar system with Near school bus. $ : ca : $ : sufficient trees on 13 I.AROELOTS Wite Garden .Box 825. land. Fla rom income property for j lot*. ; (100 I with Painter
4-bedrooms..Uon. 8palo. rooms; electric booster: an copper plumbing. and assume 86500 mortgage. land to build log homes. Owner. highway: close i. .kin Lk I home in Orlando P. O. Box 1 t I I monthly: trees; I wIth George Asher Peter.or Jim Realtor M. ,Caldwell
b.t 2-r .a 9O S45OO. I must them I 43-ACRE ESTATE-Beautifully landscaped 795. St. I terms cur
lot nicely For San Hotel phone now le .1 go C1ud. 195. : or will Kittlnser I Ii
Jt Ponda.
land- landaP trae. Central and Main: 2-0756
roof. 'eh1'r .la. : on lake 18 miles north of ,
L' 1&16. sale at > bedrooms. 2 baths tile Colpnialtown for Phone phone 2- 0'4 '
possession.Cavenaugh 11.S Ilu4n. corner. Spte-and-span tn 414. 13S. owae. 831. Tampa. 6 acres peaches. Large ranch WILL EXCHANGE-Perfect location; ; aly. RESTAURANT. SmaU-doing ood
*
Realtors. 4308. elt kthen. Ee tr Bro and out. Beautifully Couldeasily S ACl city limits of Or- 20 ACE'o terms: Bear Lake and three guest homes furnishedNice depression proof; S4.2OO yr. Income I business, priced reasonable. Phone
1.lt. Q. H Ilrhe. section; city Nc10n Cou.t road. 8 miles of home with income. Owner, 525 I : and a fine home for
1965 Kentucky .atr. .mal 2-2407.
WIN IA A. Klttredge. Realtor be eOuen t dupll. 111.S '. high sloping land I home with tech 41ff I DEALER
t t' 2-311. Ripe for subdivision and hot open.05k Florida Ave., phone 4619. errnre i| FRANCHISE .
large living bu..Jw.0. HOMES FOR VETERANS.-We will with tr test buy at 84.500. To make our.1 and pine; excellent soil; phone I your chance. Address P.O. Box 1869. I: RESTAURANT-BEER AND WINE-
r.dlnl klU on your lot or your may Winter Park; 286. If you like boat and i Excellent long term lease with
real want sound
eD and rats. bu tIle house; excellent condition: some money .M. Ltte .Ith I I *
88500 unfurnished with terms.Pee. lt de.i.bl home site from our -rom Harold Sfeepberd 20 E.Washington. 150-FOOT lot. backing up to Lake 1150 CASH- 58.Real Estate Wanted I business venture that can proc i plenty of parking space for curb
service. One of the best locations la
and plan a minimum ;
of
ters-Pryde. 668 N. Orange; Ut cplt Dial 5124. Lancaster adorning 813 E. Kaley. 825.000 a I .
phone' Rato. I' .baildlna ar Hom and and rooming Terms. M. J. 13th. Bio BEAR LAKE-We have party return it win pay Investigate Orlando. Good rea OB for aelline.
Downtown apartment S ACRES Excellent land on 13.5. Mo Bus 4-room house t t
. with Thomas Rut. a new on > Price 9.750 Can er see Mr FoUj
TALE 8 Jo l.ne J'n house partly Income No. 15 to East Coast. Owner 132 8. M.I. 6977 or I lot 2 miles from Orlando city desiring Iot or acreage on this |
Co. 672 OrangeBXAVTIPVI. furnihe. 6f'l I Dealership j som with Harold Shepherd Realty
WB.a. with wen known
AV. Cen.ot lake.
1. 2-2070. Painter with Asher i manau-
.d .. Pho. 3.. over 8155 per Jont 11. let It go for only 8350. 8150 eu on paved road: electricity facturer i Co. 20 E. Washington St. Phone
Chef la kitchen. Screened porch; attacked w handle. McKelvey. 64 E. TWO LOTS-.One facing Killarney I Asher Peter. Realtor, cor. Central Peter.R-eaitor. 70 E. Central 2- '8. i iBEER. i 200 feet on; ...baatUo show-room; j 5124. .
now Cashor L PN-ob. e la business location. Also Circle west end Lake Killarney. and ; WINE. Bar Business of lakes i
I.rae PoD 2. acres. rl M.i 2-781. Pol Rm. I, downtown Central Florida town; 1 RESTAURANT Well established
easy C. R.Emerick. .ma quarters on adjoining lot. need beautiful lake view; other backs up I II small any kind
trl. Pt. 180.. ; l.r. ao... Dual miss this Inspect and make offer. Georgia von 30 ACRES good citrus down.land;Phone to It and faces on county highway.Combined I anywhere in Florida. Box 53 S-Star. [ boat houses: equipment; shops etc. ;f North Orange Ave. location. Good

,. dial 7348. 110 Nobt Smt. Real Estate., 124 a Schiller. Realtor. 7186.IF money; 11.0. 83OO depth 250 feet, width SOI BUSINESS AND GROVE Requires 1'.S cash, assumption of I j lease and plenty of business. Shown
Listings .
M.I 191. 633. I Several orance sd grapefruit I ZELLWOOD Rt. 441 brand new i a .m.1 j by appointment only. Exclusive with
C let block house. 4 and bate, wanted. List
Can rooms your I 1
a-BBBM CTAOz5.'S. ATTENTION Cl'g and 'Civifians-We osks. Lights, propre wU Mr. Potter with Herman GoodwinInc.
citrus ham .onder loll fireplace. l*.-acre. but a*. We have buyer I Guernsey sos Green, Ine. Brokers,
fo warm Unfnihed .
b pur.s 1.0 can build for city water County .1 'Fp. RegIstered Real Estate Broker
Price. 7f at once a IN TB MARKET for a home 4 AC1est T. J I I liveable: some lumber Ideal real estate. Louis S. 21 E. phone 4196.
4bom lo.t fued 5-room home and taxes. Only two left of 12. Sl.OOO DU.. Centr.1 677 N. Orange dial 9855.
good construction from 8750 as highas Pr 1.6.
h.
up All .
we tem TJndortf. Realtor. phone for court. 82950 rash. See 8412. 27 W Washington
-11.1. unfurnished. and furnish lo OB excellent you .. t 10 Slayton. Realtor. 2-3983 or 2-4737.48 M.I for both. .J. C. Brossier. 754 Wilkinson one tOlr"premises, across from Or- I SHORT ORDER-and Sandwich Grin,

.t 98.200.Neon 101. P location. A for 1.8. We ea 32 E. Fine; I Dwe. Phone 2-2S61. ance Groves. Rt. 441 I COMMERCIAL LOT-Will pay PbOD.1 located In heart of Orlando business -
Main secure for or 89 ACE good citrus land oa high Close la preferred. Phone DRESS SHOP-.nt1n. Stock fix- district. Grossing $5.OOO
Bure.Bke. 1 I. St CYla IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 4-room electricity. Just INVESTOR acres grove mornings.HOUSES I Don
Realtor SML turea la. relt. good month which could be considerably
Phon FH ln H Blnd : house; part 13.S. muck land; 6-room house L.. a
2-101. preh IIn Ilde. Jones S5500.
672 dial Wril OFF DELANEY WANTED-We have severs] SI'Ft increased. Low overhesd. Got to be
Blossom One; tM (needs some repairs): garage: S acres I 1 Realtor. 32 E.
4 SM HOUSE Orange 2-4551. Road second house-ar. C'Don M : 132 8. iJ.p : 1 prospects, for modern S and 6 Pine: 6651. sold Immediately due to owner's

.ah for aulek sale.MrKeivey. TWO ry Ford Road. $ r.ht C or 5 choice building lots. Must be sold ele.re 25 cssh.citrus terms.trees.Mr.Pl. 13.0. an- rom homes. If your house 1 for DRUGS. SUNDRY and sandwich bua health so let us submit your offer
Central. -
E. and
Brke. HOUIE1 rom (1 e..h fine dairy land in one A at $2000.For Allen 140 Established then F. Brass Realty Co. 19 E. Ceni -
corner lot. mortgage 8SOO; reduced fro. 82750 16 ACE on P..e blok. ba..ln J. P. Broker 145 N. sale e.1 .ohln R.ltr. line. seven years ago;
i
-ROOM( BUNGALOW Sre"e view and 01.l.St. Lke Rt. S. Box 660. Orlando. r.d electricity. 7 miles det.11 e.1 Roy A. Miller, .lh M.ttol N. ; 812 i new fountain Five Fea lease; .. tral.

pr I years old: large J 1 S.h.tr. 18.5.Terms. M. J. Moss 13t. Ra.tor. 21 M.I St. 2-152 Homes limited possibilities experienced r SUBURBAN STORE and station; corner -
Michigan
quick sale. Real DOn ATS- and west 8. Main, R.11 :80.mE on Golden R Road couple. 1946 gross Owners living furnished.
Pr 85.500. Term 51-1. Lake County Property 61' $650. 11.0. location: S rooms
Estate. 38 ; ORVEBOME8BUSIEI& health
1 deie 2-2070. reason .
1. P. 2-141. Sam Baumtardner.BY liberal terms. W. McKenney, 485O oD Priced One acre of land. Price com
10-ROOM HOUSE prnt.D public EUSTTS-.Beautiful lakefront home'' 160 ACRES Of combination far BUI.TIERS-Here it Is. a block of 12 Cheney Highway. A kers. Thomas Cbensult and Co.. 672N right quick sale. 8ho.by appointment plete for stock furniture fixtures
l.th. Centr la OWNER-Attractive bungalow; large artistic land; for quick sale 815 per acre: nice laying 50-ft. only 2 blocks Oranre: dial 7234. only. Box S-Star. and land. S8SOO. Clark F. Bryan,

tOD. O. Box 1673. T.mp. P. Including Lake Ad.i electric section; fue I rooms-t.r.t 1M acres rl d F. A. Allison. Realtor. 37 W. Wash from Per Iot Shol In the SMALL NEW HOMn electricity.bus I highway.laketlew. .. l0 STATON. Garage and liv Business Opportunities. 130 8. Court
ington. Orange Hotel Lobby pi one 20237.
1 ROOM HOUSZ baths: 1 ya..tJt school .1 small down payment some ,ir. 11. W. J. nicest seetloa Orlando $2,750.: $500 down r'.n $20 per I WANTED-We have pros .u.r. 01 account of slck-
1010. TOO block .D possession bu 900 : Realtor T..ar. Pa 8100 DOWN .high land paved covered with citrus. 1: ..eh month. Box 61 S-Star. HOUSE houses and .p.rment. ness. S.WDr 3O9 8. Hughey St. : SUPER-MARKET-Inthe best location

Orn. Ave. P.O. Box 1673. Immet Ida..t and fur- road near Zel.o 152. P.O. Box 2lUI.BRKEBUIERa furnished or unfurnished. FISH AND POULTRY MARKETMust In Orange County. Ddtn
Tampa. P.. Terms easy. Cu. ESTrO large b.t lull I35O. Orla"d. close NEW. TILE bungalow. 5 rooms and I ranee. Phone W. B. Realtor sell Income I over 8110 OOO cross business In 1946.
TOURISTS-Here's a chance to get Jt i wired for electric stove, on NlholD. I very .0. Se Owner will sell building and all for
14 8.
$3.500-2 bedrooms furnished; Butane grown citrus. 87.5OO. W. mistIer ROUTE NO. 15-S acres excellent or..e Iot. Call lat 2-1611; Mal owner. For Information .
Florida home. Lovely a 2 good land. all fenced and 1 I $45.000 with attractive terms. See
kitchen and heat: 1 2/10 mile ou de.m Realtor. Tavares. Fla.EUSTIS land. Term 325 W. CentraL I aer. Dlvisloa. i
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Voluaia towm. Mod 18. Mclln i on blab. with b. .letrtJ and T K. HaMlnn. Realtor. Rm. 0, Central -
beyond city limits 0 winter Garden l.a 6 rooms and little E. Palm Terrace at 8975 : LISTINGS-Of your property: we
frame bungalow b.t. LTI ID telephone. 6 miles Arcade: 4237.
Rd. turn left 2nd art past radio partly 2-ro. city lots beautifully Investment would make duplex FOR MERRTT ISLAND and U. 8. Shores Winte'Park at $7.SOO Terms. Wheeler with.M... solicit 70ur today; C. B. Davis. FURNITURE STORE Located In en* I "
tower 3rd house on rllh'. J. H. Allen. I with excellent Income. No. 1 C. 8850 Prescott V. Dial I Resltor. Jefferson. of Central Florida's SANDWICH AND LUNCH ROOM-
garage. Re CI lD I acreage eOt' B. Dn 8tele. Moss 13th. Realtor. 132 8. Main. I Ph 2-161 best towns.

due we .dtr... ...S. WIlma II.S. W.. J. Kistler.a Broker. dial 2-169 135. 2-10. 45 West Ce.h.l Avenue. phone 6977 or 2-2070. or 7305. I! This .tr. 1 well stocked account I j,I: equipment Beer and and wine new bar. cement An stocks.block

Mar Ben Rodgers Court .r. P. WANTED TO RENT-One or two PICK Ulot Oolfvlew Dubsdread LIST Your property with George H. are making I i i store room. Close In. good locstlon.I .
IUO CASH WILL HANDLE HOUSE-Well establisiiedin acres of land. extra good See 54. .;. Busies Pronrrtv for Sale Resltor. E. Central money. oef"nnncl win sell I
OUE W1 pay 12.0. - -- -- Ittroa 1 Large lot 75' x 4OO' AU for tSOOO.
GOLDEN HAS IT-Open Sundu.M.iU.d over 2 years with fie rent. J. F. P.O. Box 1452. I Clsybsugh. Realtor. Met.lf .. AY. 2-3'1. "Next t the Florida I II for inventory cannot I IOD | L. A. Grimes Phone No. 2. Winter
This Beat frame bungalow. Just clientele. Fully rooms. Orl.ndo. AMELIA AVE.-Just off Onn. Approximately I replace some this furniture Garden.
around the corner from the Dort.e.t 2-bedroom fue 3 close fum1e 1 section. I 140x123 buy today'. market for Inventory !
b.t 55. for Sale
For a lake. o.- TWENTY-THREE for _Cuntrhp $17.OOO. George Painter with Asher SMALL GROWING BUSINESS-Caa
aoppln. dltnt. II kitchen and dining ACE : i pnee. Owners estimate stock ana
Stlmpson- pancy. Only 84.500 terms. A. subdivision; on Peter. Resltor. 70 E. Central; LISTINGS WAN We need I be operated out of your own home
Y.II. ea M. Pler wt Bldg. ver Golden. Broker Orlando A.C rom.a.u, and servants b.t. An- hard road: including .. acre orange CHURCH STREET. W.-Good loca 2-781. 1 homes anuml.he j i accounts will nB.around = now crossing 875 per week. 62750

St.tn Ret. Meta Oranre. Winterpark._ nl.1 icme 1.0 t 1.0. P" grove. I. D. Lessard. Orlando ton 50x110. Price reasonable.W. APARTMENT HOUSEI0 3-room guest homes; bu.lne.proprle. I For details see W. Nicholson. total Investment. Box 63 8-8tar.
Ib. lUl. 1 .. Bl 1.A tor. 8. Main St.: phone 2-1(19. 1
GOLDEN 1.0. LeLs.r. Aye.. Winter Mor.a.48 K Church. Phone .pt. .It pr..t. .d prnt I.t pree lmmei.t Joe 1
IT
I Open Sunday.Msttlsnd 24. Dr. 8790. Washing1ton. SAWMILL-Excellently equipped complete
Winter TEN ACRES-Close in. Wonderfully eeJr: I lyer. R.ltr. 21 I sawmill with
planer and
.dJlnlnl' P.rl GROCERY Hishway 441. rear porch. Well built good j FOR SALE-SR-machine
I Sportswear
: 86.500-S-rooms and bath the cbolc of 3-rom Complete 8TR, gas o large located. At the price offered you CITY LIMITS 3 KS1.er.on condition. AI..y. fully Sacrificed Da jI I moulder and oil necessary tools.
. Terms. Golden. pump cannot afford to miss this buy. paving; 6 acre I fae1r. now operating In Orlando. I equipment and buildinss. Now operat-
section of city 18.80. electric refrigerator. New Pea i pine at $22 OOO LaVerne Orange -
Sut. lust off c St.. Brker. Ave. at Orn... Winter 2 1 furnished. bud. eot V. Stl.. Broker 45 West Ce. apples. Valencia Ir.pfrult per City. Phone 4. Apt LISTINGS WAIT Client waitI I Co. 1619 M, Orj j I Ins. Outstanding main highway loea-

e.nt.home for I Prk.OLP. .p.reDt home 1. OP D.I .lmo. 2-story rom. and ing. E. Sinton Realtor, 3: E j ole Ave. i lion with about S acres land Included
and
ae 'Fone a prut bume. APARTMENT PROPERTY unit Pine St.. .
3 semi-bath up STATION etc, completely for gli.OOO. Complete details available
WILL 10.M. rom. 1 IlO
invited bought for euulty 10 acres
Busch or t Sara P eU Broker., balance terms. Price $ 8ACRC. 2-1659.I. pr; ; gas equipped; all furlshed.. Over 14.40 annual LISTINGS WANTED.-we have the for living Quae.up to In our office. Rex-McOlll. Realtors,
A Hltbl. Realty : La e1rl range refrigerator and water beater; pl.ne. .el buyers if you have the property date gas station trallercamp. Exclusive agent 128 If. Oranse.
, 206 S. M.i B; PhoD'81. B IT-Open Sunday. L C I 2-car garage room above. Country arranged units. Good nllb- Call A. T. Carter. 9516; I| grocery etc. Owner must let Phone 4147.TOURIST .

810.000-Duplex that .two 4o bun' Dra 54. Lots for Sale home with city conveniences grove borhood, only 4 blo1 from Pot Carter; Main and .me1D .! (o and live special price to sell Mc- COURT trailer
81.500 down furnished duplex LAKEVIKW-Spic and Office. at ( Centra park, with
and bath apartments. span new 6 poultry. Income. 30.0 | Kelve,. 64 E. Central.GROCERYBU8INESSDO. I
860 a month plus a Im.you hO upstairs rented 850: dowa- rooms and bath exceptionally well ANDERSON AVE.-Daniel Beautiful trlckln.. Sam Johnson Co. 121.0.I I with only 11.0 cash liquor bar and restaurant, oa U.8
live It.i. Y'UDt Price. term built. Lovely lake view. 812.5OO. W. elevated corner St. Owner B ready LIS'flNOB WANTED r I I you went No. 1, excellent location 17 overnight
to in'Just off Delaney St. Liberal 1.0. Main. "
J. KUstler. Realtor. Tavares. leaving town. Sacrifice. Ph. I 128 N..f Orsnge. Phone< i iAPARTMSLke i Fredrick. 21st year dealIng Dwr terms that be handled by 2-51. P7.R'ltr.
can 82.500 down new house off P. COUNTRY ESTATE 2O acres: 60trance estatemn 4 mortgass loans. I price? Lat in well developed room. 2 batb home for owner space
oa rental income. For details e'l lando An.luF 0 LAKE OLA-Nice lake froot. large BEVERLY SHORES-For those who trees; excellent garden 8188. i nel.bbrho doing an excellent for 60 trailers. 600 ft. on hughes

Bunch or Bam A Bukhln P. 150. 811; tro. 7 with want lastIng value a hom.Ue I space: paved highway: ltWUe Irrigation room and bath Or.o. dia I I I bu.lne. will sell stock fixtnres. and river frontage with 800 ft fishIng -
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Broker 2 S. Main St. 81.r. 83.2SO down buys 6-room house; small citrus excellent soil. this: beautiful section insures you system. hoe on each apartment. Also cottage; completely LISTINGS I elipmeat. good .1 and storename pier plenty of room for expaasioa. -

COMPLETELY FURNISHED two terms. Needs re- 85.000. W.. J. KlsUer. Realtor. Ta o permanency la investment. Select high h1 10 rom.. 5 bdromL 2 furnished. Ideal location. Immediate W Ah"Home.. groves. long .tndl.a. Lease canS good income. Price low st *&*.-
business
bal 12.0
r. room block constructed house : y.r.P. ou location and build amid baths. prehe. $ do. possession. $17.500.. Exclusive Realtor 672 M. Orange Ave..' I I S be had for long pr en reasonable OOO. substantial cash required. Owner
P.t with phone
C. P. Realtor
Lockhart Price ",'0. MOU DORA-Brand new cement the nice homes and neighbors of Whit Bro. N. Mills;'2-1688. Shum.a 2-0990. :I I terms. Yearly "un.approximately Box 62 S-8tar.
Kbo 140 N. Orange dial 2-3282. .
- I new y.ent S R. C Wo. 13.& rash buys 2-famlly hou. S bkk tile floors. S rooms Beverly Shores. Walter i. CLOSE IN-2 bedroom frame bun : I 15.0. See H.l with Harold TOURIST COURT-Winter Garden
Good location Co. 49 N. Orange Ave. I Realty Co. E. i
Washington -
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2 b.t I
near Tr
Road
galow. Including kitchen equipment :
gas 2 one acre ground with daplex. -
Lkh.r re'd t ;
ll bat .tL SALES '
LISTINGS
move .
195. W. J. Kistler. office 3356 N. Orange Ave. and screened highway BUSINESS BUILDING-College P.rk.Newlu WAN Homes. St. .
owner. 875OO. terms; 2-7912.

SEEING; ETE-Let me lead you to A. Culver Golden. Broker Orlando Tavares. P.. BEVERLY SHORSI you expectto and lakefront preh.. O acres 3 years and Lennon show depend groves on fr.. .for correct. I I GROCERY-$20OO weekly Income; :; TEA ROOM-Winter Park. Caterlnito
could Ave at Orange Winter Park.ADTT FINE build you bearing grove chicken house and C.I Ray elprle.e. i I concrete block building; store,
some bn.ln that you PRTN-r guest boe w1.e with Joe O. 29 W. handling of our i lir. huh class clientele: completely;
sWna
house lect this beautiful section restrictions stsbles. possession. 815.- Mnr Re.ltr. detli r all cash business
lathe :
never .Iol. D' stumble furle. Iedl.t Washington Dial 063*. gage loans increase fUtu. equipped and operating; price, 83,000
dark. Call !, your me l.ba. S br. b.t protect your lnn.tent 8 5. Whelr with M. J. McNutt-Heasley, olr. .IU p.er. ,, nice home separate. Cbrlsmaa Rest Full details. 340 Park Ave.- N.
Yern.h us at once for a : 13th. : Estste. 375 N. Orange: 6823.
Broker. 6 W. Church. hmeit R.ltr. 12. M.I Washington
LDeLa Realty Phone 15.0.. W. Rose In?. Co. phone 6977 SITES-Several St. jI I j TOURIST COURT Oa stases*
Water II
NO HOME 2-2'0. BU8Ii
TOO GOT C entra GROCERY and
filling station good
. ;
.__ ... Manor office 3358 attractive I I Blossom Trail at 36th Street. Guesthouse
COURT Play school Ort. COUNTRY PROPERTY "Since prl. 5 ., highway; on bus; near school post ,
TENNIS eablns. tavern. Completely
M. Orange market. For Main
rRiAL sound
en or near a
lrund see
I have some pIco BARGAIN-Country home 1916. For Country Citrus a T 3 ACES office; grosses $4000 month: 2 bedrooms
shopping center bedrooms Wen 0.. hr Hoe. now. T. K. Hsstinss. H.h. 2 or 3 bedroom, furnished. Doing whale of a business.
living r. dining room.ample and anurnlhe overlooking beautiful lake. Fully BEAt LT- On bus line Groves and Lake Font. ak Asher S C .trl Arcade: 4237.Re.ltr. R White Brokers, living quarters adjacent: S6700 Priced right for quick sale Immediate
Excellent In timber 845O Peter. bas. Br.
electric kitchen twolarge move into. Pie. : 833.500.City fre. Fur- : R.ltor.He JQo.- 824 I rash terms oa balance Klttinger See
N. desired
COOttOD. 2-1688. possession. Terms If
elot .. Linton. n.e. frple. make your terms. A. T. Dorsey* Broker. corner Main. BUSINESS LOT la College Park fast MII Realty, pb. 2-2852 or 2-OO74.

prbe. Fruit UL i .D; 42.S Or.n.L Phone Double ett lre teL S bed 44', W. Church: 4412. CONWAY SECTION S of excellent now. business district. This par- WE HAVE BUYERS wanting grove. i Owner on premise_ _ _
All fre t washing m'-I I rooms. 2 HIGHWAY with are faces 2 a fine business properties and homes. GROCERY STORE Money maker. I TIRE REPAIR SHOP and flllln station -
electric CHENEY ground nice tcilr 1'
steel kitchen 2-40 Ls.lh FoDI..e. 16x. .tret ,, I adjoining city modern clean high
e DO.t.lnl. K"re'TI'Si 2 electrIc "irigerators. 125 ft. on a fruit trees and present crop. 5-room Jnye.ten' or a .0 loca immediate sale list with F. A. I complete with retreading and
.1. A of this and more fo only i I Pc 11. LaDue-Lashar Realty for a combination business and home. substantial bungalow electricity, tlOn R.lt"r. 37 W. Washington. !! class clientele well-stocked buy it vulcanizing machines doing good
OUTSIDE CITY 16 hbra 110.
Ex- j .Itl ; all for S8.SOO and exercise option to .
810.500. U.7S
U I I Thelma with business. W R. Wlillsms.Resltor.
Dn' 1a c.1 2-1913. Mt. chicken (11 OOO
Price .W. and This
4850 runs Property sen.
good '' 214. Dr.'JIR McKenney. to We could
w. bays 1120. A hou. prop I buy building below cost. Rent HO.
1
elusive 4rm fu. ,
Brk.r. 672 N. Orange, 110 N Park Ave. Sanford
tr"1
PDen also fronts have the
w I miles YOU Hlab. erty fe' on BI.nd. Ie buyer on our list! For
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or' C. B Davis Broker 104 E. Jefferson.
Church. out EtltF. ct ..tr. b. Btphoe Fla phone 1IM.
I I See Ra. An excUe.t location proper 2-551 I efficient service .al Arch 1 Drake I 2-1649 I _ _
:. MODERN-6-room buntalow. Wit herd Realty.Co...20 E. Sep, Realtors ia Eustis. .Florida. Lake 'CLR SECONTaft .. 1 pne with terms. Jamerson ana or T. K. Butaa Realtor, Rm 6 TRAILER PARK-Thi* to you opportunity -

Income property. Shade trees. & St. County baa many opportunities to j jI 110.rh 10 dow., or month' Carr. Raltor 70 E. Central. Phone COLONIAL AVE.-For sale or lease Central Ara< 427. to pick up a bara-atn be-
I
Owners. 13O8 .. Gore Ave. offer C.1 1Qu. of
reuse of disagreement partners
I Telephone Carr.
Eustix. 138. 8. Fern Creek Ave.COMMERCIAL ,
NEW 4-room house on onemile :
GOOD INVESTMENT
RARE BAROAIIO-In a 6-room house i from Rut. 41. uncompleted FISHING CAMP-II yon want a realattractive commercial property One hundred I It FOR IMMEDIATE re- Beautifully located. 300 ft oat V. *
and fully 4-room garage I I.p.rnt sbln. I 52. LOT-Northwest cor-i | suits-list olhnM I II I runninc back 1.20O ft. to the Indian
fue for or will complete ___ Groves for Sale i ncr of Boone Irvla. 103 I J your property 101 net gOt edge Investment Is I
on a Under eonitructlon. but
good i 12.5. ft three hundred Call tie River.
.D
I week I WillIams
camp ends 21
I. nel.bbr or fet W. Wash-
, with bath finish for I fo I. WI
2 Must on BDe. 243 ft.D ln. 147 f ington I.tr. i: hard to find. 82O.OOO OO cash returns I nearly completed. Immediate possession
bo. .e.r Kbol. b eld' On nice 50 ft. lot. W. G. GROVE i I ; dial 6106.DONT
15 iI
1.6. CM acres t I cox with O. P. $2OOOO per month from this with susranteed title. Price $1.-
pr. summer residence let show
llel.t1 Veterans ..3 Lucerne Circle. Lees- old Valencia 15 years I 815 0.tr Smit Oner D you t tI S.op. R.I. 1 I I: new business building on Orange Ave I 000. or will sen 400 ft. berk. If
Cal H.r wit Ra Itt barg. Phon&2Whlte.. : well located LIST
good
drainage East nue. desired. Tom McEjheny. )4O7 E.WaahiDCtoa. .
Court; .U Phone
this located I
chain of lakes
A. 2 near If sold one oa P. $12 unleas row .
I I 2-3937 and
Orlnd. U.el. pre COLLECE PARK-2. for both :UnrrDl\e- dial ask for
sent 2.000 11. Burch.Broker. !!
I Call I. Y Sngts for details and show- \i Tom.
YOU downtown er Price bu. idude W. S. Lee. 1201 W. I for fine fishing. conven FILLING STATION On U-S. __
reduced No.
from 1 -
I WAN h OPEN HOUSE 2- 12.: H.mP.P. Doe A : WANTED' AT 4-roo"i ; tnaHail Bros Armey. Realtors. '
come 229 SU. F. 500; some t, 10.- 126.CA ia close to schools good ONC3 or TOURIST LODGE rooms 4 bsth*.
st. t 24 tr. M. Irt t.n close hate rash | 112 N Orsnge Ave.. Tel 5189. j jI small bungalow for owner. Plenty
South If it good 'o BEACH Lots I.ad LIghts and water. Barbecuepit. I value C. B. DavU. Broker bOI. bi nn.
M.I 1 and 1 owner Leaving Orlando lit 0 Jore. Will .pllit. .it M.tol O. PDt 104 1.1. 2-1649. not 6S.OOO. I lot room for expansion approximately
you. 250' Boulevard. -
i t sell 3-bedroom at 1 S. o'D t I Furnished. K.eUen. i lile Orange.I 500 feet frontage oa Hwy. 17-92.
about price terms. Can Mr. Windham : !
Cleared 8165O
big loss., :e..m. .rde. ,eah ,'LAKE DOT-Beautiful view; iue t !: 5013. I GIFT SHOP-Fruit business and 3 miles south of Sanford; by owner.

''GRV Gus C. Edwards. 10 St e with O. P. home 1O rooms furnished; bedI I WANTED&_.Have client | modern bow trailer for sale. Good '' Reasonable. Rainbow Tourist Lodge.

. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION- -_ 800 Block. .. 11 I AND HOME-Excellent 20- coa. Florida. I S.Ol. R.nor. 1 Eu: rooms large front porch; furnace coming to Orlando. Wants In Non oration oa Hiway 17-92. Maltland. CLARK F. BRYAN AND tX>.. BussBess -
electric kitchen; fully furbished Court between ia 50-foot north j i beat; nice location near Sunshine | th
room. Lake and grove full BEACH FlaI
ar. DAYNA Pinel I 3-bedrooDi _ _
Pructn Phone After .
furnished We
office home Opportunities. specIalize
home. 243 South St4 $12 bun !! Park property -
house left. of front: title; I II' give 1
oranges ocean
1,1 Mat St 3 O Nea1 a md-saD eorer. pre Et.t or S1S.OOO will buy Must I GROCERY and gas business. Will In exclusive VsUncs. 130 8. Court
terms: owner. I sum Ready for i
easy
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I I lt Yate G IbtuU 1 I'! bah eln.ton: Reasonable.ocean can 4755. I IPA to leJti. : balance"lnr sea- jl j restricted neighborhood. Call bD I more than pay for Itself In 2years. Orange Hotel Lobby phone 2-0237 _
FOR APan 1st fo sale. fun H.u.R.er YW I. r.ll.0 7121. Tucker A Busy blsbwsy location lush
o
REN cottage on :i ready occupancy. 1 I P..e 2-61. son. terms. Sam Johnson j relabel. Br.Dm. I 10 ACRES-28O ft front er Orange
fo
.fr. 6. HOU5B-6 room completely fur 11. Co.. 2O8 S. i rlsss merchandise. Nicely furnished Tr block filling
Blossom : station
10-acre 1.lerO' N..rented ; modern; electric kitchen. > Trade with Swaid: Ll 06, EST building iota I M.ln i CUSTOMERS living eusrters. fully modern: garage; new
Sales price (.not Ime Realtor "Specialixinc SIB.1t1u JUt acre extending over MARKS ST,-A beautiful with WAITING for homes beer parlor, lunch room. 5-room
fo.10 pr 10nth blinds etc. Large lot. el:: 143 N. Main 2-1464. i Grna. 1 I a 175 6 H. AJcnea. W.ll.o River. 3OO.OOO ft. of lum I strictly modern hm ] and income properties. List Jr' deep lot. Good reason for s llmi.Here' modern boose, erove. deep water well-
2121 Boad.
e t buen.te pat. Her to schools and shopping Brke. I ap.n today! a real money water and bargain -
N. ; I Phone a cleared I.D. 8-room ment OB 2nd Entirely Lk.o AI&Ia 6 W graded road tbrouch to frontage on
br. (Wtl. Ic.6660. .7 cn.e rated sections.Owner la one of the finest residential and i I. DUBSDRfcAD 1. plenty otl. f from 1st fir.. floor has living Bodser at 812 64 N.MO Court-Wilma 7990.March Ben old Dixie Hi'way. Will sell all or part,
D" city COUNTRY CLUB see- ._ i ireur..t
l.nn equipment. All HAVE BUYER See owner first Standard Station
\ modern kitchen, Who wants good
VETERANS-We have a sound must sacrifice for sale. 89700cash. LAKE FRONT-Grove and home 10 I 8495. .D r. dm. r. market douse
"a ; as easy j paved highway good weD GROCERY and meat north of Klssimmee.
t help you obtain a hm wth Call 2-1316 for appointment.NEW i I acre of b.r grove ve arc tt.I': Have lot paid I I r terms. Trade fo 11. han bt lovely bedrooms. It with Can beer Bill S2.4OO per week: real estate equipment PROPERTY-Known
wit LI except C'.ark.
O Loan. Price range t 2-bedroom bousec Complete except In 10 cnbD room hD. moil fo wieD become >' Geetlin. Realtor, 14 Main; roae f .n1 e.i L .D 1 P. Brass. Realty Co. : for stock and 4nventory. 8sJ- net. Indian River a City* Fla. for
Excellent locations in e1 rfnaer.t. .It G.
110.0. : em and this high class P ton. Realtor. 32 E. Pine; 6651.
fixtures. Large sale.
sections Come bt. lt I i 1 : 11. wth tr Fa f P 23$ Located at Junction of Cheney
o Orlt li il completely f. on I section 1 bound t Increase rapidly GROCERY Heal estate, equipment (Orlando
and talk it C Nea aora cntt R.lt. 11 Met phone I Hi-way and U. S. No. 1,
.C. 672 N. ofr.Orn.Tm.; : B deep 1.& .& ; this outstanding For iot t Yae B0. t ahead .U'I FARM-ISO ar finest atr i 59. Out..ofStatetFropert, and stock; new concrete buildIng: wIth 3OO-foot frontace on Indian
or responsible See ,0" some .O cash Roper.
patF. PFr s.ILiS'DU" 1a u. ORLANDO lot 50x135: (5.000. H : River and U. 8. No. 1. and 2SO feet
NO NO GROVE-Not a man Owner. George 27 W. right an the toil new .& & AVESomeone ia everlooking j
> King Washington. cowree.
and MainAfcad
23433. en
t. Cheney
Li I Church
a lust a good 101 I Water gas and available 111. cypress | this desirable property. It 1 I GEORGIA FARM-257 .r fully Hi-way. Property consists.
'rler J.bt. r IMCOM* Restaurant. of S-rooaa how, earace. filling sta.twna.
hone; 4 rooms : 2 screened Carman ', 1. r large U a sure tookiua property framing equipped. Dr tractor shoe rcIdace. *- SOME AID -
BRICK BUNGALOW-By owner. N for price. '41 built Pul. I Bla boas and Service Station, restaurant dance patillioa and
pone cochere; storage a bl *. N Orange ( clk. a new twrkey boos 1 100 feet O Hiway 17-92. has fourapartments 3 tenant nouses. 3 tobacco Beer. Wine
prn.. 2628 E. rl Orange Dnrl HospitalSelling excellent condi Bidg! : ..24S51evenings.. .t.D 3O acre bc.ldrs the ..er.* and kml. Peraus. plums; sad trees: borne and Incouor. 6 rooms sad barb Undeveloped river fronts e A -alowxw.wnjlr
._
ohr OB bealU. Ideal fo''tloa all large rooms. har.o .2 bulldozed several ar 1lk: rest t income ef S3OO monthly year school tell or p.r lOt upstairs. U. S. 17-S2. 's snile N. e>t Frank O. Clark, owotr

BUNGALOW-New tile construction: Doctor's office. Po. 8010 for .p fr Near Orange. 11.0. LANCASTER DR.-1OO ft. oa lake re- |i undeveloped; 1 potatoes. I Price 822-500 Call O'Har- city or business prefers restaarant. I dog track. Gulf station. See Owner India River City. Fla.I .

excellent Delbbho. fth piDUet See I nak me a I deal for quick o.See i .UIIe renUa section. Call I I Only $9.OOO. r.L. Basftr. Rt i Jaa t Realtors. 0 109 E. = Realtor. E. I on premises or write RU 1, Box 118.Maitiand. .

10,0 t RFa Bre n ofe. Clbl.h R.lO. Mel.1 Bldg. I owne. I'I i. Grnt'Dd Fla. I! .oe 2.2 I I Pine IL 3 5 I [Continued On Xext Pace]





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f 9. Cusfntsf.QppffftOTtttwf: t I4-fte1pWanted-FemaIe_ "r M Sale Help Wanted Airplane Sales & Service > Antos-Trailers Hinted 75. Autos for Sale 75. Auto for Sale I fcratfenj rntlnx'l- tar


i C&CFLB WANTED-to ran hotel i MEN WAT sell SxlO band- TWO DOD r.U.oa Ornmman WX KTED CARS! Let us see FORD-1(42-Privately : 5905 PONTIAC-1941 4-door grOan
laundry till April. Good proposition pal\4 nlh.. 1.1. ln. Wid. lnd. instrument. car and make an offer before : can be seen at 1710 .aee. St. ; n. ORLANDO. FTjORTDAFEBRUARY
WE OTTER YOU- i 1 ; room and board. Wua be agreeable ... Write. .'. Veteran's taI. .. Orlando AviationCountry ell. Olln's Inc.. 142 N. : Phone 3-4777. M R.paS. .0 Una W.special Central at phone(895
capable whit foll. Phone or dio .. 130 West' 42nd. SL New Cub. PI Winter Park. (83. Ave phone 24347. 6396. Mr. McClatn. 2, 1947 PAGE 15
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I This grocery sod Meat Market. ,la- come out and see us. Altansoot.Springs York 15.MANAge B
eluding concrete block building en I I[ Hotel.DRESSMAKER. 7 for I FRANK REED really know bow & FORD-1(34 coupe; new p.1& excellent 1937 4-door. a very 76. Tracks for Sale
38 free to travel. % Anomobl BntCARA set the high for your car motor. Cut P'OU Trl .
t 3. dola
o .oa.
all equipment. The best at (495: Saturday and !
60' tot with for fin Start car required. eoulty. ear. 1935 Ford '
uy w* navel S.OOO takea ft all. Call experienced cUdAD' Present im.4tl.plan M elvis erganlsatlons. INC. High grade In 'em Cab.1 1.muu. W;t Hog kiUin* good e.D. Your paL Won4.only. Martins Used Cars. 101 HOUSE TRAILER-'48 Caravan. 3
.1.1
ii,. Peiffer with .UIllIlIOD-6 WI&. cl. O. pi. week season to motr. cole : i I room used 3 in.I
Proved N. Orange Trail 10. -
t.Metealf Monday.ROUBEKXXPIRWhlt.. earning UP ta ca bl o Blossom ; 7883. 225. J. K. mont 1ht.o o
.
,, 'I
I tenor,
,101. II | plenty .
Bldg. Phone 11!& responsIble Call 2-1438. 58 W.Uvlngston .
; annually. Permanent. Write people .tr. .lule r.t.
i .: for elderly .13. Waltower USE CAR ECGEU_ c.r! PnC1IU station wagon. Fine Rr Little VI.... Blossom W
I I I aunpl cooking no laun- >I l&r.pl S1t. 'I w..td. you .n FORD 1941. 4-door sedan lIke : by In excellent condition after 8
woman: ; I .. I...C'I. Illr.SWOIMo D. VARNXR U-DRIVE-iT-Delve W the highest cash price. 219 ; with good *. 995. R. S. Evans 4 T I.
LTTY THOUSAND Dollar annual dry: must permanent resident yourself; low rates: by d.I. W. Wahln.'on. Phone 22882. new: good tires; A-I condition. 101 W. Central Pio. ,, HOUSE Tft&U.ER-1943; a Cat; >
,
grosa cashbusiness lor sale bljwnet. : of Orlando vicinity. Phone 6_. home specialty D. Vrner D-Drlve-It. m (995. See at City Hall Service Station. MrCaln. laM. S W! 27'; 3 rooms sleeps .

Cut be increased to !luadR4 ,'i: LADY. OR COUPLE-To go to St. t Co. Room Ave. Phone 23133.BTARLntOALaTrAlTOER 24 W. Monday only. I to 40 1 m. I brakes: very fine condition through-

thousand by active party. Mo Petersburg mane. and run an 233 Church and 1.1 114.between : C..trl SO FORD 1931. 4-door sedan.bai. I II.II PONTIAC lHl- sedan: costplet. ,I: oat: (2250: Dud. 1 Punt <

silvery food lease; Health, only apartment house located ta very b&I 9:30:. and 4:: 1. MOTORS I CARS WANTED Prophltt 5OO I .<.ar.. perfectcondition I I Lake Park. N 44 Nor

,.MOB (or seUia business. Fh. ,I 1, section of city. Must collect I SAI.ZSSLEN-And Salesladies needed Late model car t good condition; 46. and 41 Must be clean W. C..trl; 4853. .4 B.a'btu I Ph : 2-2064.see in rear 623 E.. Cenf,I For salel
by day. week 4 tr.1 TIAle
J-t3M. Owner's sale. '' well a* utility I from tenants. ) represent the t. R. Welkins Co-. 401 N. Orange mo.1 ;, Special Cen
i to ?ORD.-4l DeLuxe
keep lawn Ave. Phone '(7( or 2-4880 super 2-or se- I PACKARD-1940. 4-door sedan "110" tral Florida T.
NEW BUSINESS-Cafe coed lock Ib .tere' known product. Contact 243 R. Orange i leading trailer and
> nationally
i An.
dan beater
'le4 Cars. : ; 525 .
and Buoday.RSRTZ in
nighte excellent
I r.4lo
tioa for beer parlor. Nw Qtatpen -; and un In first c. |i ii Frank O'Neal. 311 Orlando Ave. IeI OU Highland: 3166. 19a1. Hsuchten: 4853.FONTIAC1941 condition.. Pohlt 0..4 ae"le. We arc ofen... a t. models w
&' For Ml o> __. 3at.A 81- i J Jnd .5' tarnished with i I SYSTEMWorld' I pnc.Oar motto
ntlltles tree. Must b* able exclusively DR-1E FORD-1M Convertible Coupe. U "Small Profit "
T Turnover.
B1uoesTrsfl & sedan
Orange SAJ. ; newPaInt ad B.
PJT 2-or
I give bl a* well as 3 first-class lift. shop ..tl Sun la shining ..U BOW 1* ; good clean. A Come see for yourself and you be the O
GOLDEN HAS rr-pea !JuDdu.u If Interested address Box billfolds and fin Reasonable rates. Drive a Individual. : time to get a weather wonderful 'Ies nr Judge. Big limit
;, er items, novelties t wre >I WAN T:UY-Tol I buy. s. supply bottled gas;
-
: with confidence also trucks for 1 1 : Enns
15.00O down gas station With I leather Merchandise sold di- !" ceD usd Call days. ear. Try this .* for "stse." Good1 W. Phone trailer beds and chairs. We trade and Z
rocery, business, and 2-bedroom furUbed I 1t part time work. Apply ret to .o. stores of all t N. Orange Av*. Phone 2014.JAU.DlBl 1: 2-3505. lokA"Moonstone" grey finish ra- McClsln.CeDta 1:9. ee l flcsnce the balance oa easy monthly
block house; immediate oeapancy. WTor Ild"j ; i spotlight fog light Why term Bunny South
j Quick shipment"Liberal Trailer Park.
i .
: Harvard Avenue. car do hete. PLYSIOUTH-Scdae
a
A. Culver Golden. Broker. I 113 Wel IC.-D' 75. .. 218 Jail S. Orange
promptly for Sale a new car. It'g her eo. ta. <
pld. Au&O 110'101
| institutional work Aut.ol. car .IUI Eaa ; or Ort Tr.l.
Orlando Av* at Orange. Winter p.rt.1 NURSES "pn Writ Jel tae Cars. Am.I. :560. t 7
New Spring you. Oibn e { HOUSE TRAILER
.
j
and "ae. men welcome. No to 'a 24 ContlnentL37
enced In mental rdt.P. ,
Se"1
THRIVINO. WELL-LOCATED whoi-, .enOl d Resale Division. Kemper.Thoml Co.. ( Call BUICK-1936; Good condition: OrO Ave. 2..1. ft.; tandem, 6 old. Glen Hostetler. -
Write P.O. Box mO.
business !erders. 11. 12. I delL 2-4. 121'D4 Villa. PLYMOUTH-1935. 2-door. nice looking .
sale established a quarterof Clnd.n.t sni Cor.e Bumby and Robr -1938 club ; A-l Palm Tr.le Psrk p
a century assuring a steady inI;,I I with poise and ability. Inson. 2020 Pant St. cou. e..d- ; 1940 engine: new seat covers:
come. Net profit 194S-1946. over ,, IUI wit need STAYFORM 01 ORLANDO-Distributors RENT A JTEP-1948 model Jeeps. tlon; 85 H.P. Also 'JI._ '.p.1 325. 6 East Spruce.PLYMOUTHW42 HOUSE TRAILER 1946. Shult. 2 O
sale, that I II 1 OI. t .. e"Drln. for corrective I BUICK 1940 4-door cda clean excellent: co..dlton Or used three months: cost
Cash one-filth .
2O.OOO. Sipn' C..ta foundation bnle. by a 10 per mile. We furnish .e7th. car. Special R. ".. 101 Winter 4.door sedan; yew I ..At'I Rlverest Camp, Tavares.:
urn. Owner r unn.. Writ Box u 1 ; lale.& 111. Jy. P.rl. paint: clean .
I STENOGRAPHER Experienced. Jsx-U-Drtve It. 142 N. Oart W. 5296. I I very : special at 5995.I Florida.
-etaT.CAMU.LIABAzai.as.. i' woman for ail tP' of figures de- J! CeDta W. Mef -1941 and 1942: ex-taxicabs: :, R. S. Evans. 101 W.
dial
I gardenias end t I QI.ile4 &&t 4ltol. Apply sires three train as spe- I t\I lt.d 2.34. i I I 4-door sedans. For sale I cheap. See I Iat I 52695cc Mr. McClsin.PONTIACl940 Central. pion. i I HOUSE TRAILER-1946; low price .
Sutr Dttutn daunts In this Full or City Co.. 243 S. Orange A. 1 for sale. .
t proleMol Little Villas Trailer
C.I ,, Cult
other tropical plants. Slat Shed.Orta ServiceAUTORZPAIR8Day
convertible: new ,
I nous trrliatlon breed lh part-time work; pr..e..t S 73 & FORD-1937 coupe. Take it as it I. I| ) Psrk. Blossom Trail.
tyilea. ', I II paint new top. new 6 ply tires.
to tell Lessen Camellia Nnriery.lolden SECTIONIZZRS-Ixperlenced.Fruit Apply Di- Mrs. B.r any 514 Yek.l. BI4.. a or night. Soperior AtOOBI ACCONA for 10. For information see *t '> beater. A nice car in good condition I BOUSa TRAILER Scbult. cheap. la--
i Av* 1. Bo* Or- In pjrson to Southern 4.0 th. 608 WCentral. ; rear 8. Ferocreek. gee 421 St. > Cul green house oa Boule.
mechanics. Rambo. 23
; B.c
& 2.1 Pineloch Every Wednesday 1.25. I Andean
tributer at 1 p Anybody .
A. Jamajo,
i I just
ando. to zo
Reliable Cheney
SALESMAN- : WIllys motor: cx- .
I Nort
.nr. | ;I PLYMOUTH-1933
experienced for dry mechanics tool: can buy or selL Having 75 JEEP-lU. Fore 3-1244. eOlp. A neat lt Highway.INTERNATIONAI.1940.
Phone
WAmtiO. with cash; for Ans sl tie car at 47 Place.
to each Wednesdsy. I II I : zC
BUR ; apply White automotive experience AUTO BODY WORK and painting: 10 1cludm i 1 B. ,
going b1. CourtneyRealty. del.rm..t. St. belptu >I .' 1946 models. It 'I I JEEP-1942. Ford. Will,. motor excellent from 6 to 7 p m I Vi ton 1..1
Star not essential; good income & .trt excellent work and ; new overhaul good
392 N. LuDdn. 1 aenl. Rb 2-1344. ; I
Phone trel
I Orn. 2-241. STE3IOG&LPHZR-TYPtni and shorthand For personal Interview, see 808 W. Central. good Automobile 01 Truck don't mix eODdlton. PACKARD 1938 Convertible club W. Colonial: 2-1120.
115.
DO YOU LIKE OAENLiG' Why Call Beard. FtGatlln 3 to i p.m.. I i tlAUTOBRAKE sales. : LINCOLN ZEPHYR-1941 4-door *e- I, coupe. The nicest little 6 cylinder i
not ..rd. ? I necessary.8. Av f. prsn Saturday; 3 :Hotl .. Sunday. JOBS and wheel '. lan; new paint good tire*. excellent rr la Orlando. Priced reasonable I I I INTERNATIONAL PICK-UP-1942. S
A fascinating business with future Room a 209 Or. t 1:0 1 al I-day service. Wheels GainesvIlle Live Stock Market.GaInesville. condition: very clean throughOut. Evans Ba..i Lot. corner Garland ton. 1946. 27 tt Continental house

sod eomplrtclr furnished Dome (3OOOnh STENOGRAPHER-RECEPTIONIST SALESMAN WANTED-Good 1 o .IDtnt yea .IL C. A F Phone 10.BAAAl. $1145. R. 8. B.. .. 101 W. Ceotrot. and I I i t.Ue. For Cr trade for proo1 I
; (5000 motthly.221$ Biftnby.IXRX t i I Fr general office work. Rex-McOlH pumps and eulmcn&. Prang & .b.. 1010 W. Church. phone 52M. 8.Mr. Mecatn. PNTC-ln: convertible coupe: 1 V. J. Jones. Leonardo Corner.

IS A FINK GROCERY I Inv._Co.. 12( N. Or..e phone 4147. Box 3268. condition; radIo ; is-ton; cab
1 aoI : Experienced 10 rlnlD and LnRATONAL131
inc community WAITRESS Experienced. Apply toWards AUTOMOTIVE SJVC- LINCOLN Custom installed: 8350 1934 ; ; 744 Orange
40 i Venetian blinds; t0 ; BuIck: I
service
ness. (6.500. t* Spiegel" I Restaurant. 703 N. K j I SAM-Por to make meh'Dlc. accessories& and: (350: call 14 I lo shape: good paint lob; rung !> A. Winter P.rt.ITRATONA.

Whitney Spiegel Realty Co.,.Realtors. t Avenue. I,I m IUa. Must be experienced. P.1"-1 I good tires. .tl.. p.r.. 234 W. Central 212.BelCK ..d.n 01..1. or.l..al blue fin te5ndOrangellloion 8250; Budd '. Auto Parts CuI i I TRACTOR 1941
06 Metealf Eldg. Tr. .
2-38. WAITRESSES-Indlaa River Hotel' Bt.ul. 617 West Robinson. : 1940 Roadmaster; club i 1 2fto& Fruehauf van. <
1 AN EXCLUSIVE cocktail I Dining Room. Rt1... Fla Must WANTED-For Curnsea 235.At coupe: heater excellent Seat cnn and tire 1 Up-top S equ.pped with motr. good tIres.air
n r41o : I
tuning room and packss b* single; hotel u.r.n room and I SAMN, salesman with previous PAUrrrNQ and Body Work. tires. 3-1659. : like new. 2'o9ct.ldf... and .'ell.Ir.k.. fog
111 .IUllbt
and up board excellent (I guarantee complete satisfaction 100. condition. Motor I cold! and econ- accept your p.:I I lights air this
td:1 kitchen 'ut I I tip; turhe, extra .1 overtime. I selling experience both direct and at reasonable prices. CentralFlorida's BUCK 1940-Fine clean small sedan; I ment. .. Lot. corner equipment will sell at a bsrgaln.
l i person. or call Cocoa. 230. I ta 41.1.. need 'PPI. Car preferred baked enamel .It 1.115. Ford 114 station ..,Oa omlcaL Priced for quIck sale on week l Garland and Amelia. i i H. E. Pennington Pomona .
Splfld Idn. AID 1 Sell 01 1 P.rt POI
financed. Mr*. Reed. HOI but aee.a. D.Uol paint Lively' Auto 11.21: Po..t. 1141 club coupe. WILLYS 1940 Ida or telephone 234.ITRATON"L1
4-door
': .:. Spiegel" Whitney Splesel i j, for Interview.WOMAN l.b known and pruct. Liberal the 10e. ot1. Body Shop. 3000 N. Orange; 8000. l. Slrt coupe. Plymouth end .pel.l at (1298. R. a Evans paint; nice car. 595. sa.n. : new ton stske.
low ( Stiver 62 Enn.
as Poatiac.
R.lt 2-321'.. Realtor TOe M.tcelf' ,, for 18 cafeteria to 4* years Iton o age No wanted ex-- Apply Bldg. Room 233 Cluc comm.lo.WI AUTO polishing LUBRICATION eompl.t tire-and Washing.battery W. Colonial.BUICK : 400 N. Orange Av*. Phone 4771. Wt.ln.WIY1142.101 W. CeDta phone 5296. W' I for (695. Evan r.d t se t work o

YOU CANNOT afford theM necessary Easy to 8 1941. perfect condition; Gsrland and B.r..i. &eor..e
buys. Letter shop at t .I Filling pl..e day week. Uniforms fur EXPERIENCED MILLINERY 8 .me.Robinson phone Tir 7548.. o.ra '\ with new 24' house trailer fully 1946. Ha overdrive; delux sedan; win LIBERTY
1.r L"CL
1.0. familiar with good property. TRAILER-1946; 27 fU
well located ( Ideal working condltlona.Apply lady-One ""IP Pages Trailer Camp. Oran eat covers. Mu& sell at 3301 Harrison n
Iton Tremor I W. chandising. former experience. AUTO PAINTING and body work. Must seen Phone Sanford 769-J ; near Dlb.dre4. electric renur.tr bottled .
Blosm or
Suburban Stt once. .
Shop a Ca.t. C.n Tra b t 3 .
All work guaranteed. 2
.a Ol b. Ant Part --il. Box 48 825 and up. be EXCELN COUPES-Plymouth. roms 1. Wlh"rhol&Orle.l
Garage (5.1. 8Sta. Also expert repair Ross Auto LINCOLN ZEPHYR-1939 model excellent DeLuxe Ford. n
Bevy 1.0 one WOMEN EARN (2S weekly at home.Distribution IF YOU HAVE had selling Ulr Paint and & Works. 1710 N. BUICK 114 super 4-door sedan; condition: tine tires and 1142.DeLuxe. A. P. : 1942. F.
lae
paying town and home sewing ence are a lady CI.e 25, dial Boy. extra reasonsble. Maybe paint; (1.050. Carl Telde 743 |889 N. Oranse. Phone Cat. 10tr., PICK-UP-1941 Studebaker; ready for o
.t th,.e. PrescOtt V. steele. Broker.Dial rivilese.< No'''experience necessary. pay you 15.0 wet plug bonus Mia seen Dixie Sales & Service. WashInston Drive: phone bard work: A-l rbbe a real buy
j
AUTO WRECKER SERVICE Day Jdn".te 1110. I FOUR TWELVE-PASSENGER Ph. 2-0348. 304 Harvard.
3-1008. 4S West Central Ave. Sensational Self-Tying necktie. Pa which er 01 110.0 a day.WrIte and Osrlsnd. sell Po.t.e

Fulton.tented. T-1. Tie Co 10. .IA tree Netle. Icorrtd complete Char- Colonia and night.Dr. at Cabs O.rl..e Service S St.ton. BUICK shape- 141...pcla cdaa. blue.Al I LINCOLN Excellent PHyRliWu.t offer i|I ,suitable stretch for out.. by in good eOdltOD, SPARTAN or WNORBtte.a*2.850 .-

Olt n-n WORTH businessand aL Orl.n U. rco; beater.Sacrifice Can be seen and driven i ,and shol. C.te. I
h\lnl. packing houses also land
t.cU. 2-881. I .eClted. ; surI Road. lit house .
lid.8TDEBAK111
to beforeTuesday .r.l
horn for a WANTED at Avalon Cof sl Ave.. St. Cloud. I norh
bl.4. WA |plus Dodge and o
Plymouth for
for Must experienced. ANY earn up to (23 AUTO WRKRPhon. 2-3741 for I ; ( Harry Winter OrcoD cars
location be can .
hello* Grand te Sbol. WOMN B.lct : sale. Call ; its-ton V
A The at
.
door Cab .
prL get own dresses a any W. Central Garden City. LINCOLN 1941-4 .t'D. Yeno. CO. 45 .
Antiqn Bp. or.n Wake& ply 48 Or'De.WAE well Ave. Rambo. "Orlando1* Official Tr.le finest car In Orlando blackoriginal Washington St.i ; dual rearwheels.
of Demon- .h. E-
penny I A-I condition.
Ru.a offered a Stre bt. Good pay. ,aor latest\ dress CL. In your wrecker Service.0BODY CHEVROLET excellent running-1941, 2-or sedan(1100; finish; .& co.r. 1.. tn.; 7 PASSENGER-1940 Plymouth: good Harding Road.Can 2 b seenanytime.
.t.t ;
pMml.t help performance; i blol.
Miilt"r P".oU luele. Downyflake Coffee Bhop. 29 K. CentraL Ne canvassing.Fashion Investment erexperIence AND FENDER repairing and or .70 cash; ..... .eODdlUol. .. Jordan. mer owner price.newea(2.195 F; special for for& I able.condition 1720 : original Ave.owner.Winter Reason-Parx I!, City Limits off Apepka
Estimates
Thai West Iou painting. gladly given. W.lk.r wsy
treker. 2-10.f C.DLa Dept. D.e..r.. Ohio. Satisfaction gusts'Steed. D. Varner. 1703. weekend only. (1.295. R. 8. Evans.

Anaul YOUNG WOI WAT: for cafeteria YOU ARE LOOKING CIDcnn.t.for better work 234 W. Central Ave. Phone 2-313. CADILLAC 1941. sedan. A very I 4OO N. Or.ne. Ph. 4Tl. I Trallers-Tructa for Sale I TAR luggsge. et.: enclosed; ( Q
: excellent
r and hes- clean car: priced to sell. Can be j LINCOLN ZEPHYR-1939 model I. excellent r.oabl.;
tr.1nl.. Immediatelyto and larger..lcom. 1 Brevard.. seen until 4 00 p m.. 1491 Rio Orsnde. rendition: fine tires and 25''' D. W. l"u. 6008 Ceu Hwy.. 4
is like
Appl County A
liankLdiflOINSTALLITW ba.IDc AUL TIERIH. Palms Home.
W
; IL Morrison's .a.ble S10SO. Carl Terder, 743 Edge- Der Tourl&
for you if you can qualifyposts SERVICE If* CHEVROLET-1940 club eOlp; clean paint; .IDI pltorm ;
fOUNO LAD1-For hostess and card request will bring you full DESTPYOU modern privately owned. See a 221 North I water Drive; phone 6910. icant. O"De Oll north. Dial IRtjCK8-OMc semi-trailer tractor

? cost 700 leon cashier in cocktail lounge. Ecel det.U without obligation. You then must and experienced .. .qulp Brown St. ICADICI91 i 5783. I unit. Model CF452. 1942 .o.1
LAWS lent salary to right party. ..d decide write Rawlelsh'a.3rpt. I 1941 4-door (6 cylinder closed cab. Also n
MERCURY
at the First Bank C fu .urn you of prompt and efficient bl.cl 4-door sedan. .dol L AUTO CAR TRUCKS Now available Dodse semi-trailer model
these cost When loan 1 Information In letter and bow TOi PAB-180-222. Memphis. Tenn. repair work at all times. Orlando .. ... For sale for civilian Also ample t.ct.r vlt
I lOO.yoot.t. 53.paynsents !i2 can be retched by phone. Box 480 WANTED AT ONCE-Men to supply Fletcher Motors Inc.. "Your DrSotoPlymou'h at highest offer. Phone 7310. ten to music while you ride I this ply of put tM Orlando Truck .up I T4. 111 model.20 length trailer.closed

1 eel 8-8tsr. with everyday house- Dealer.1020 N. Orangs8U. I Welding 1020 W. Church fit. fot
S 320. 701 1-.eDU .1.5 consumers Co. ; Both trucks can 5-suffer
2
I 379-Payment* 55 00oolymieet .ot. permanent year round _1- tome plan. Full Earning basedon CHEVROLET-1942 Aero sedan. Excellent BLUE HACKNEY House trailer. K Phone 102. Ap1l.
312.-Papments 33.34 large established Orlando Sales in Brevard County. Write condition. "steal" at (1.295. but If this one ft. sleeps 4
Eaiupped for .
i : 500.; Iou SM .465-Parmesta 41 67 blD'firm 8H days. (35 per we.t Raa-lelgh'i. Dept. FAB-180-D. Mem- Shellubrlcation U I electricity and pple. ; gallon TRAILER.-2-wheeleT 8 fV bodv.

t && 1000.. 10.e& ::830- -P.nt (3J4 01. and all p.rtlla. in ou phi. Tenn.SE the th rou.h scientific lubrication CEEVROLET-l942 special 4-door doesn't fit your pocketbook look at pressure tsnk: gasoline. 4: 5O ib. Excellent cndlol. ns. 100 E. O
l I Rollins Ave .
t Figures life t pay &. Box 4$ Itr.TG INDEPENDENT Sell Rawleigh Every cranny" of your sedan. A really dependable car. ice box: shower room good tires.
.5 .1 loan la case of. death. NEAT young women to train Products in Brevard county. Good I car or truck Is touched. Smooth running ou 1940 modeL ltrn-Ale.nderWoton. Price SOO. Inspect today at College VE1141 all aluminum if

tD Bank at Orlando. 4ta floor. responsible position theater. nearby locality open. Write today.Rawlelxb's. mechanical 1'r. assure you Holler Cnrle Company. 115 W. Park Service Station. 2103 Ee..t built: S eJeet ex
t education f perman Dept. FAB-180-D. Mem- safe r"IDI. h.rd-tre A. 501 M. Orange Ave. Phone Dr. Ira storage cabinets; .

lllDe. ... b"lptu Apply phls. T"Dn.WA. place p.r.d makes ... work: (' observation .Ind f

1 a% Loans Up t$300 person; Manager. Rialto Theater. f ONCE-Rawleigh Dealer I safe pleasure. I1-ra ''8. CHEVROLET-1942 H ton pick UP livable trailer made. Too be
Southern Stores. 692 N. proud to own this one. (17 Jsrasjo
REPAIR Get cash .I.. County. Writ B..i; 2-188. ca CHYSL 1946 New; this f MOTORCYCLE-1946. ... overhead. floor.Excellent cond.ton Sheet steel a
AC LA. Help Wanted-Male dreamed abiut while Excele..t 1947 tag. 9.OO
Dp& PA180F. .hi .e tie.
to fix fet tire* 65 I from Henaley's Cabins. 9mtlej BId.t
0r Term. MILL ST..-Auto service; automobile Balpsn. and Ito Jima. If Across AM 1.30 Myrick'g Furni TA1Wel buIlt: er r-
Florida Credit. W. Pine St. letStairway BOOKKEEPER with I repairing paint and body work. could have had this one over therewe out. on Hlghwsy 441. ture Co- 43 M. Orsngg. Phone b.n.ln(9(. Ph.

east of Grand T..te.AU ACUAN Dealers ou..t'D 67. Employment Agencies gas. oil. and accessories. Open evenings could have gotten the Glsha 1.1 MERCURY-1941 sedan: private o.n 2-0115. 2-0346. 304 H.n.rd. i-j
Furniture. Diamond low_ experience and Sunday. All work and country er ; can be seen at WILLIS
cy ; .u.r. Tow 170 -K-ton pick ap. 1941 model.
eODnrbl. .I 1.95
ti. oppru..lt I
Company. J. F. teed. Ph. 2-4284. 1714 N. &. extras 24777.MOTORETTE1946 .
aeno F.n right party. resilient. EMPLOYMENT the N. Mi. CHEVROLET In A-I condition. (800
I rl.h. -1938 sedan
1 Meualf Bulldne. General Truck Eaulpment PAR want work or aDVC ORANQE COUNTY Duco Company I 3500. Starting Used C.r 'odIr. : excellent condition.delivery; I It. 2301 8. Brown St.P t.t. .
lel
_. Phone 2-O339. Co.. S31 McRse St.; 8809 call 2-128 32 X. Pine. specIalIzIng In auto painting and Main. 8409. : bsrgaln. (195: ( Evans. 101 W. NEW Alsms reduced (1.

;ASH= LOANS MADB quickly. (10 to AUTO RADIATOR repair man. ex- BROWN'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY body work: special trained meeb.ne j i CHE\'RL 1941 2-door. New Berlin's. Church and Terry weekdars. phone 5296. Bee Mr. WrI.ln.CeDta BRAN.. (477: 1/3 down, h.tal.t -
(3OO. On your car or furniture.Aetna Purcell for all type care: $1105. R. S. I
Apply R.da And Nurse's Registry. If want | Eva. CABIN CAR For seas. monthly __ Prank
you
peneced a and
ippoclt Finance City HalL Co., 311 8. Orange tr 810P. 14 w. W'lhD.tD. work come to 515 W. Central. II you by Orange Woofs County Trim Duco shop. Company.Operating 641 McClain.lot W. Centra pho. 52M. ._ unique lllht &a.ele.. ""thl.,"nm.D. lc 15. Ree 7883.
f guarantee for want help can .Iep. 940
CASH LOANS-.-Quickly mad oa furniture BABE Beach. .le.cn.. 1321. Lexington St..ph 61 free ..tt Ibs. only (825. See our long NEW-Factory built Canb.
COLLINS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
auto and 4on4 Orando'a Mario. 537 Lincoln Rd.Miami Beach. and Nurses' Registry. given.TRUCKyTRAILkW. CHEVROLET 1941 2-or sedsn. MERCURY-1946 convertible club line of new and l.t trailer Wlnlr used for boat or bou.&rUe.trailer. 14
own Borne F.nc. Co 307 5-348. "DOr.lb 'REPAIRS-Brake coupe: very low mileage; special for 3330 South Blossom b. Phone
ers typists Tr.i. sign servIce. Q
Net .lt Bldg. Da 230 BOOKMEEPER-ACCOUNTANT. help. Call Ikt.pr., Bu, service; frame work: body rebuild I Bald to b* the best ca I the low I this week. Ask about the price. 01 .. Halnes 572. U

LOAMC ON HOD8E3. Get a email ble making .U and npa Frd- 728.. Chuc ing; motor rebuilding: painting; Inc.. 142 N. Garland ph. 2-34. CHEVROLET 1942 H-ton pick HP. SEE THE Cty.MILLER P. I

'5ht ja xjr Bouee.. for buildinc. seal 0 reports. 8t.t. worke. Excellent 69. Work steam cleaning: weld our priced field. This I a car you'll b.1 Excellent condition. Sheet steel and tandem trailers pl.to. Van
Florida CrdU.31 W. Fine St. lit opportunity for Waudeal Urn payment plan. 0 M C. Trucks I floor. Excellent tires. tag. (985.9am. before our stock I

it.trw.y east of Grand Theater. Dial 136. Mr. Elt.rlA.B.l,pnol W. college educa and Miller T.le Dtrlbltr Gen proud t own. You cant beat this MERCURY-1946. Bought In December. until 5'3O 14 Pi. Myrick's Immediate you buy.delivery.Plenty General on hand' fM <

t LOANS MADB frees ste --to. 300stetctprlvscv ; tor Eouipmant .. "ACUNA.. Te.81or oral Track ulpml' Co. 2319McRae I low 1.10 miles. By owner. Telephone Furniture Co.. 483 M. Orange Av. & Eqnlnmeat Co. 2318 MrlU $t.l i
p.nol of If the
fsntserelce.; Family loss ; dial 9809. pr. 11,011. you are dial '
CHEMICAL EGIU for taxes profit and .t.temDU. 22111.IERCUY 3-UI. dial 980$
;
.t.
Finance Br. I. 32 W. Central Insecticide II.D& td"r 30 yearof permanent only; Box 8-8tar. I 1946 Like new; radio. NEW
more buyer. ask MOON
about
An., 8157. n age Writ $ '_ 73-1. Auto eonen.tl. lights. 1942 TIEomll.wl,
JOI l-t.r. COLORED GIRL-Wants laundry ta ParsAccesoresAU he.te. eP& 11h. and fog CHROL truck. 2-speed furnlhd: S
LE AMOU o private money COMBINATION COLORED do ta her bom Bldg. apt. 4.Carver our 1940 model coup or 1939 2doorsedsn. tee me. Mr ". IB x 4' bed. Trade for tour In first class condition...Every s
on improvedreal and butcher CK 3 SEAT COVERS For moa I Dyke with Martine Cars 101N. car cr pick-up. Paul Kleffer. Michi- to ernnomlrally.
809' BulUUn wut4 APPI Cour Motors can: lIsts: 8409. tad San Ave. H4 blocks last of I.. Call at
.t.t. Net1 Cafeteria.COOK GDera Sterling-Alexander Bumby.CIIRVZtOLEr El Punta Park Trailer
P CLERK TYPINT-Zlflcteni. 501
T.l General wait Stivers Pontiae. (2 Wltr. (.ml. 1 1K 1Q 1U 1W 1W
QUICK CA LOANS IrDtlre Office Ph. wh. 'Ot MOTORCYCLE 1938-Sport Bcouti 1941-Pickup; North Ore-iee Blossom Trait
Avalon
aot .a&teens (- WA by Cofe elre.u. 11$ ColoD.lAU N. Orange Av*. Phone 757'. I one owner original p.lnt ssddle from (1293 to (1195: redlc 441. r. 1 Linger.HAVE .
C.. (01 Florida Shop. experienced; COLORED WOMAN-Wants fit only.
Family 'DPI 1.ld SEAT COVERS Mad* t bags: never wrecked: 20.000 Martins Csed Can. 101 M.
Bank BMc.. a W. Callle. __o. 4(5 N. Or.n. &do at her horn. Bldg. 20 ear. Con.rlbl. tops. miles. (325. Cb.rlc Reid. Stark Main. 8409.

Phone 2-1661 DAIRY BDhpn'Due .trppr. 4. C.re C.ORUAT year alrfoam puro.. Also HVRUT-l4 club COUP j1j- Lake, Ooe.MCY YOU CHECKED o
NURSE want furniture vpholstery. Body condltoD b"uUfl p.lnt
4OuTOP5choaakforaloanbere O m .c position In Must I
'-.dat on*: Pnn.' PI.De Co.. 24 I fifty dollare per .o..t L doCo ofiC able to type; phone Works. 1280 Orange Ave Phone Park. ael 1>Orl. 1939 Convertible Club In. wheel base. OWNED PROPET
CVOL-132
.
S. Orante. Rom : D. Wstt-s.: Hslnrs city. F. 3-4211. Winter Park. 478 or Orlando 2-29.
Phn. recondi
Cl VALUES
i Robert E. Wolfe. Mrr. I DRIVERS WANTED Guaranteed or BUMPER 175. Rubber CHRYSLER-1933; club coupe; all Find the gun opl"tel AGAIS YOUR
HOUSIJ COM lN JACK p Coupe. your
i salary plus commission now' paid prctca Dur. gentle dal 29 pair. Supreme new tires good s.p. Orlo Vista pl.e 1 INSURANCE? <

r 4; YOU CAM BORROW-On your under new pay system fo day drivers.To m.n or surrounding haust 10. Socket wrench l.ml club. James .. with this Sahara Gray car C.rol.131tO pick-up. Much
auto or fsmltare at .I1.1r. qualify you must ever 21 and .. Box 76 S-Str. I sets. 18-Piece; ( Tire pumps. I CHRYSLER tI1 4-door. Not a b".uttl Itter t.D

Corr.ton 480 N. Oranie.A. have resided la Orlando for at least MEN AND' BOYS Sport shirts or pajamas I 1.89 to 279. Firestone. Or.nl and scratch on Very good condition. with bright red wh.el and plentyof IDdlcae. Lundquist Inc. Agency

: Pat ph. 1138; of- two years. Ill &Mr. Howell or M.Meats. mad orde. (2 00 t Concord. (1295. R. S. Evans. 101 W. Cent.l Holler Chevrolet Comp'D US W. 507 Bid .
Coco and Winter H.nl Co 243 a OrangeAve. Patterns &. e.e i GRILL GUARDS.-Single. double and phone 5296. See Mr. glistening chrome. Brand new m.tor. Central AveC&RU Mete.1 P 2-1T10
: .le. Orlando. F.. I, bar. Floor Mats. Chevrolet. CHEVROLET-1941 convertible. Must
T
APPLIANCE repairman ID1. AOEWo..n.hte. Act towom. PoItl UnlversaL Economy see to appreciate. (1.195 e..1 763 This car I* new' In every re.pt
HOUSEOL bOlskeePr comp.DoD .. 235 8. Phone Maryland Ave.. Winter Park
: Mortgage Loans steady lob. Must be live Or.DI. 194 Tractor and 24
,6 good mechanic on electrical prut. In. near. bus line. References. Or- 6443. DODGE 1941-Army weapons 11 and priced for quick sale at 81095.I with only 18OO ,

FIRST MORTQAGE LAKaD .U Browns Hardware. Phone Jlt Isndo exchange call 7266. SPORT TOPS-One day service .5 Flee; good condition 645. Phone I'' miles. .dual transmission. Inquire
t' type of well l.t .d Florida. up; tailor made seat covers: : Winter Park 35 days. Night 8. Evans 400 K. Orange Ave at Groveland G.r.ae at Puce DeSotoPlyouthPARTS
irpertle. low ai 4%. BILLING AND CLOSING I MCa PRCCA .NEEpr..ce' UP for sedans: West Auto Trim Shop', and Sunday nOR Phone 4771. 'I Station. Oroveland. Fla. a e
1157. No fee. Prepaymentprivileges OpD & o''In Orange County Disco Co- 641 CHEVROLET AND
-1938
opr.tr.JfprleDee4. Al Telephone 2-2508. sedsn. New ; suburban
granted. Rex-UcQIU. Real- pl Lexington St.. 61. I II j| DDE19U 4-or NASH-1941-"600"; 4-door trunk ton truck. p.nel
i
Good
4 tires
pnD&80t.r P&D : ; :
-
I tore. 128 N. Orange.EO2LzwAR PI.elob PRACTICAL |I SET COVERS-AU m.k.. I.t.led. 100 E. Rollins Ave.. eODdlto. 11.10.. .d.n. ."cl..& co..dlto... weather I Price and truck just 6675.I. t.
SURFACE GRINDER-Ex- NURSE-Ph. 1-3261. I, side-wall et. 1 eye heater rear seat (296. rllt Ph
OPCA Inch. ; fence I! DODGE--1939 club coupe; exrellentcondition i mske up Into bed: complete with : SerceErenced
: #. .n.ce. ; -
p a Or. PAYRL SEA eo.troUer re.der Otbe l.ra are. S good
C. ; book i .. .cee.rle. at Kenyon Immediately; ph. 5455 or see at 1300 Sunday Dew red brick BI2-W. ..cUou Phone S.nord. Mechanics

Are,ni \lnbpJUtiunin6clntT I ROUTE' MAll WANTED at Ivanhoe keeping. Part Urn only at home or i 1 Store. 674 N. Orange Av*. Phone 2- W. Central. 15 Ayshire. one block east of Mills. I
I I laundry. 1630 North Orange Avenue office. Thoroughly competent reference 2970. I blol. north of the Sl.rlum. : ODJ TRUCK 4x* weapon carriers.

tt e let u' outnn* our'moteace : dIal 8594. !. Phone Winter Pat 719-R. ...... speci ODE 1937 4-or sedan. Paint NAH-1131 sedan. Well cared for; I Oviedo 2151.ODEll4 A. Dada. A Sons. Telephone Orlando

SALES REPRESENTATIVES wantedto YOUNG WOMAN-Experienced bank I TARPA1S1-. 7HHO. 9x12.12x14. II running con41'lon 431
: .loan &to '.r. Jt. *r ConanlIonel II represent a nationally contactingindustrial advertised teller desires permanent position 15xl(. B.Slz.F. Goodrich. Robinson and upholstery original and like I. Church St.. apt. 1. % ton pick-up. Ex Fetcher nU

Ene of firs uUDlllhe. ss cashier. Referencea. Box I and G.rl.nd.TEV.d. NASH-1946 4-door ; low I e..dIUoD. Buy it today for Motors
4 .d.n mOegr
Loan at. low interest with houses and 8-0tar. 17x475 SOOx I new. Motor and tires perfect. T 1650. R. 8. *. 1 695. Evans l.rl.11 Lot. corner .
good
also home owners. Exceptionally ; lldo Garland and .
: 'prompt and ooorteoma eenrloe. Mevtie proposition for eight man. Write fully CHRISTIAN LADY-Refined. Companion ; as low lO SuVlr car must be seen to be appreciated. : phone 5296. See 1020 N. Orange Ave.
DODGE
m TRUCK
i about yourself. Address ; practical nurse or house Pontiae. 62 w. colonial. I -194* a. ton pickup tZ

WlUlame-Hargl Aitncy, l1.Wash-' I P. O. Bo* 424. Atlanta 1. Oa. 44 keeper eJn.nee Live In. Box TEA sixes for tracks end au-' Priced a(698. R. S. Evans. 40 N. OI.DSMOBILE-1930 or trade. Elmer X. coupe for WV1 with .rack like;new 624;Terrace I..than 10.0. .miles 4942.: Pone 2454QUAI

PICKERS re government surplus. 8ft JODI'
w..t. _
taitoa &Phone ( TAOUI pri r.d for work T .1 POSITION WA. Hostess of W. Tire Co.. Garland and Rbin Orange Ave. Phone 4771. Grocery. Llh.r&. P. DODGE 1941 tiactor track; fully >
I of Cbu and Lee Street Dr. P. apartment of high son; phone 7546. I OLMQlL 1946 Model equipped: good tires. 5 forwardspeeds
class house ; .. transmission. 2-speed axle
I ; experienced.Call b..te. 10OO mIles.maroon ;
Co"rU. rl.. DESOTO-1946 convertible coupe: : leaving sell side tanks. Sleeper etc. 1250. Or CARS!
hoses w.eree.-ro build purchaa 1 I S booms X radio and fog lights: slickest thing &
\ W-hlrien. WRECKER : first offer around best cash offer. Florida Die Casting
VBOLTO Cl Write
r refinance and repair. Prompt *enrIce. not "r. 0 WO-38. former personnel m.n I hand wDehe. complete In town: bent offer; ph. 2-0807. I lao B. Foundry. 123 W. Ksley; dIal 2-1838 Z
retail .. 1 S-Sta. '
Reduced cocu. plan hours and pay for right lrl. .n.ato. with cable booms lower CADILLAC FLEETWOOD
Bi
Co.plt m.D I DODGE 1942 club coupe In goodcondition
eerrlce available plans.epecincatlons W.tr.Co. 1122 W. Church S. desires pnn or .lar .ort and can be swlveled. Holmes. $195.Roller : ." clean; good > OLSMOBI 141. Hydromatie FEDERAL-Two I1-, ton .t.t body l 4
Box 70 I II .epUoD.l good condition Srdan.
seat or Hydrornitie. R.
and house covers.
model
Winter Cnc
S-tr. ,, CentraL he.te 611
I cook Chevrolet. 115 W. .
WANTED-Man and wife to I tires: (1500: 4785.OLMOBI1136. lo
o.nr. j heater
Park Loa T.lephon. 153. very clesn. low
white and
"eer young ,
s.I.
In .Penn. WOMN.
Asn. 224 Pat A. Wintr Park I X.boys' camp 1830.. Wrt Blvd-1 j wishes .ort.tl.e I companion I Ihfl.d I 5C'RD-l935 350. R. S.4-door sedan 101 ;W.good tlr. eOUI f A-l FR -1934 pick-up. New tires; mllesg car. <

hORS buy a LOANS-or We build want &hl you OUcblt I lor hoa.elepr; C'I cot drive; 74. Antos-Trailfrs Wanted_ phone S296. S Enn.McClaln.C.DUa eondtll. Box ti..St. r.sn. eODdlla. $493. See at L
IIO. one 2'213.VOUNO .ll. Co..tcC Cfd' <
20-25 46. '
TO train young men i
We will' .you prompt aerric Of- WING Florida on advertising and i j WOMAN-Hospital training. i; AUTOS-Red tspeNot If yon sell us OLDSMOBILE-1946: 2 door sedanI I PR1134 truck; long wheel base, 4 BUICK SE

fice hoar &2 dun week; C to I &u..l las salary plus I| Care for cb... days 8 to Sil your e.r we pay top prices. Call FORD-1941 2-door Ird.n Spotless ette; blat hydromatie; b".tr.1.n BS .hci. 1 1.1 condition; tcle- 4 Sedan. .
eD11.a
I !ule.
12 Saturday Savingsandi.onnAsgociatlonalorlandg. .le em.l. her home. I phone
I furnished. C. Smith. 812 8597. '' after 6 and Sunday. II ofe. ..ne. PI 2.88. Very clean car.
I Inside and YonH when 2-71
sail Eu Coionialtown.I Wsdsworth-Melton. 618 N. Orange. out w..t 1 4 8 Ilt
6 Room p FORD PICK-UP
I 4
B. Pine St.. Pie. Circulation Agency c.1" .4 :; new I
Orl.ndo I II 423 South Orange Ave. 3'1 I AUTOMOBILE WANTED-Want any see Ready to drive off the tot OLDSMOBILE-1941 Sedanette. Exceptionally tire*. good cpar 40n trailer '
I It 42
High 70. Work Wanted-Male usable car. any or model; Mr.Stivers. O oneinal hitch with air vcrload CADILLAC FLEETWOOD
LOANS en an type el property long TOtING MAN WANTED; Sbo 62 W. Colonial am. to 'with 1947 tag. but radio cle.n "lknDlh. springs. 2e per "D z
a say dlIDt T
or abort term; low rate; Immediate I age: to clerk Is Mill Supply .t"1YOUNO BARTENDER Native South. Want S p.m. I .t It h.te. 11.11. I gas. Extra clean. Bert Passenger Sedan

,I eenrlce. Harfew G. lit 138 W. South. | year round work. Neat sober. B.rl.1 L& 524 E. Church St.. Apt. 3. IB.. Radio and Heater
I TRAILERS-For quick going for 1095. _
Orange Phone MEN for cafeteriatraining. Will move to location. W. StoralL I HOUSI .Ie. I.* St.rUD"I.u. Am.U. L. new 1 every w'y
A.e
WA trailer to display
your our goodcondition ; long base.
.- PACKARD-1937; 4-door sedan; FEAll .hel
Immediately bOl.1 416 W. Highland. LkelaDd. Fla. 4 I lot for 5% consignment. We .r.na dec Mo&n 501 N. Orange Ave.Phon ; new tires. 414 DelaneySt. i condition. Sell
Apply
tstlon plan. & BLOCK LAYING-By the Job. or the financing; take trades on your v.Ue I trade on property or late model .or. '42 CHEVROLET
10n AYAIL for loan en Mormon's Cafeteria.GOOD SO years experience. Murray. 'Iphoa. and give you the cash. .. 787$. 1 1st bouts west ef prison I.r on .
I.t 0. and commercial JOB for former Army. Navr. '12' I ICIUS South Orange Blossom Trail. Ph. 7593DONT 3Jrd IU 2 Door To Sedsn.
Coast Guard special- PONTIAC 1941 DeLuxe Torpedo Radio. E
PI. Btt Investment Wa. .4 BUDDING or top work by I FORD 1933 Coup good motor. FEDERAL-1939 tractor-track; fully Exra clean car.

Co Waa Phone 8U I& Job Moo Grade e.ta' only. Go anywhere I, good tires; truck half- 2-door sedan. handsome equipped. 695. Fehu 28 ft. Z

Medical Supply Technician 8M .. 3 Pord'. E. Dnnaway. Rt. a LOSE MONEY ton: motor completely onrh.u T Rat aeml-trailer. ( be seen

Military Policeman 5 4. Orl.ndo C.l 2-7261._ I good tires: call 7087 after ear worth of any wnr. QuIet nutIng working. Florid Die Casting Fouadrr. -
REAL ESTATE LAw COt Airplane Engine Repairman IT 9.4.3 CARPENTER-Available for Immediate W. pay high prime foe any e.r. ( a m. or see M. K. Belmany Winter 123 W. K.ley; dIal 21838.OSLOCares '41 CADILLAC

To Bu, Bu Bdl.n< Entertainment Specialist 442 8.4: I' work. Phone BeD E..le.tl i MOdel A'. &14'. Garden. a.d one mile east of Orb ..uUu paint Job and fanmaea- track. Dual. rear Convertible Coupe >
and prlt. Department. Full Truck Driver --. 1> 5.5.4 1.11 T.lle Park. "ll. I II Ia4f VKta.FORD. I end. Ten wbeeter. Tires aD trwk Radio and Heater
The N.ta Bankat Motion EXPERIENCED DRY o.nl An. OU Used -1941 Convertible Club Coupe. Interior. Its a bargain at (995. excellent cheap.
eondlton R.tUf A real
C.m.raa .
Orlando. 2nd floor. Icl'___ __u___ -043 5.4.3 over supervising CNE'T.k. I Take advantage of the .h. I, and Son r S.n r4. P.. sporty$1750 Job fo

ad otber.1 Qa.UI. plant or equipment. 20 yean ex-1 I I with a "gpufly" eD.rlbt. Wue l .Evans. 400 H. Orang Aye G-MC. 452 TCOR2 brand
l Ary. Navy. l.nn Ouad Can be at is c.n.l .bi. you dr.e you .d J-26* U
: S4. Help "anudFemale"CUNAN .e&rl who of some 400 .n"n.. .. room lut. 10 I D. VARNER. INC. wants &buy OlSon Cars. 242 N. OrangeAve. Fhone 4 TtP'CUJJI I lew.. )1r Tr\ rm.- '42 BUICK
s.t ld. 14
bUDd
llll.&Da penalties for I month I I I auto er truck and pay Phone 2.81. Chevrolet SPC
enlist in FURNITURESALESMAN er ) .
Sedanett
now
BOOKKEEPER with rcash immediately. D.
| price
Fruit
: cooS tires: tag: body. Priced to Kasper Rado
Dealer accountancy Regular Army at a grade dependingupon 20 T"'r' e"prle..c. norouab i IDC Sales and Service. FORD ."n Trail beater.
j Stud.b.te -1940 station .t South Blossom 115
= .
:fine opportunity for the ID.t of your PA.ll. occupational f.m.r 1tb IuA 234_W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. 'ID 2-14. .e. 102 27t lIe. Grand Ave. Ph. 8115.
the richt ; must be permanentresident. high tur $ Box 36 S-Star. : I
Truck ft EaulpmentCo. Army pay and the opportunities for j GARAGE MAN-30 ; FOREP-1939. 2-0. 495. For further St.PAC116 Clipper 160 4-door G.M C. TRUCK-1937. a. ton pickup; CHRYSLER
Gnr advancement snake an Army career I n ere" \ perfect; I excellent 37 Hill Street. 4 toO
231 St.. 96O9.ALTXRATION | all cars expert I: t"b cn..D 3.5 m CDctln
WcR. new than ID I SEE US FIRST (965. call Phone New : drive.
experienced ".r a"rt. e.e. "'O. take complete charge: steady worker 2-2 1 DD. I 2-: Low rle rui.
I Woa dR_.. find oat ;' I honest; sober. Box 47 cStar.POSITIONWANTEDBy |I PLYMOUTH-1937 coupe; good clean HOUSE TRAILER Screened porch. aa
on and will under this j Get other bids but see u* when yoa
1 0 & & grade yoa receive | FORD 1941 Convertible condition; new tires and battery; Craig. Carolina Moon
Simpson t' with i I lrl.e
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I 1 C"Dt War Department regulation. Apply man want high price for clean automobiles. must sell; 243 8. Main St.
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Most the VJB. Army ReenilUne Station. it I 4S year experience In electrical.plumbing I Pal.HOUSE -
4.5' BIE rD. .. ger Coop. Cars this type are l -ft.. 194 (SEA
', Rutland Bide. Orlando. Fla. hardware .4 all types o 0 PI'Cl3 t paatcnser noose; TI :
b.b pt building supplies. Ph. A good sleeps 4 L. Westberhead. *. D
In Apply : N. Orange An. 'ae4 10 Urs eDctl1
22 OU Ca selling much price than .
1 a h.he Little Trailer South Or- Radio, overdrive.
Southern, Fruit ut Pineloch 66 Sales Help Wanted (I 8MAN-Vlt light delivery Ie 63 Coa..I. I nee VI.e. TraiL P.rt hat.r.
l Ave.BOOKKiPER.AtC'OUWTANTjape Box the figure we are asking. Yours PAC 1938 convertible club
: 71 ,0n >, nlt 2 ra-I HOUSE TRAILER 42 Sbult. 20 ft.
AGENTS-Men. Women. Earn (20 8ta. cup .IW.bt
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tie o makine a SLate and Federal dally full or part time. Repreventplastic i SALESMAN-Ex-Army officer desires 8E YOUR CAR At the auc. : for only $1159. a 5.. Evens, 400 V. dl(895. R 8. ; 101. w. tll I good Tyler condition Ave- Orlo; electric Tina.brakes see 41 PONTIAC "8' 03W
report portrait Superior Portrait Isles or Friday. That I Jnnl Qnt I
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Dial $136. Mr. Easterlusc. Ii. lando. I buy. Bol-R Motors :: 2 rooms fully equipped. Vacuumbrakes. Radra and heater.

Equipment Cew for appointment.BOOKKEEPER .BII0UI Young Men. Over 82 an BUSINESS WN-.W buy. lese. or I Auction. 212O Blm Li i FORD 194 Z-or sedan. T PONTIAC 1937 Convertible Sedan.They I at trailer Good park tires. 120 c.o. s (1250

-Apply eon Name Plates for FrontDoors. I I operate roadstand SPOT CASH PAID for your used car. of for new car Fn
1 hd a.n bu.ln. w.IU. t.t to be Traitor Park North Orange
i say pays honest andthat's on
wn.1.1. a ge. e"pn fs Writs Box M S-Stsr. f[ or shop ta c..tr.1 Fod.. close to Bee J. C. MeKellar. "Your Packard ,: have T beautiful 1 porn Trail. H. S. McOee. *$$"
AVON INC.-Will train I to.D Pull letter Dealer." 342 N. Orange Ave. Phone car has perfect tires beater t* 4 OIOBI Z
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Thse posuion is in a clean Z PRu and more per 1 pIe. Box 5 8-Star. 614. l! keep you warm I the cold day to JU were gonna .I HOUSE TRAILER-Alma Silver San.

i and .U.cb Qfisc.,. P.o hour representing our producte.Women STORE OR OFFICE WORK-Boy i TRAILER tier 4> or car as part ; come. Drive It you'll buy it. Olins car ran good even though Its I 27' with excellent Butane gas. and : Radio .
223. _.eDO need Do.p aged IS. intelligent and .t. must en new block Souse :i J I! Used Cars. 242 N. Orange Ave. Phone T awning right : selL Pint cdt $1275THEl <
CAPABLE for lii.. Write bad on 2>. acres garden land I 2.1 & tn o .
WOAMhrltl 1 & no h.blt desires wok > r It's painted latest Carolina Trailer .
I part tune 'D companton Naomi rji""t Bit Bread/ .I' school no ob- loon N. fL Mount Dora FORD ISKtO 2-door a very glenn o 1 U "tr.c& PS
; write B'4. lando.ESQUIRE.. lect. Would like to learn printing Phone 2415. little job. (995 Saturday and Mo bUlous green and baa a brand HOUSE TRAILER 1940 Glider 2 CARS SOLD WITH A

COOS-White. male or female. Mast INC.-.Calendar Dhll. trad CmmUlc.t Cd. Au day 0. Martins. Used Co 111 J. ., bed.ft.; electric refrigerator Ir.D&lepn. 3 DAY GUARANTEE. O
be Apply SUoud'a. Unuted openings for apt. 1.1 top take least 10 .aU. .t
epnen. lo &' 2 4 JKt. 8 wh at men to .. _. bat
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COSMETICIAN experienced. Most ,. Famous 71. Airplane Ie and ScrriceAIRPLAKK. I yoall be Us 7., operate. Help .set rid o It by Palms Trailer Park. 8. Orange Blossom J .C. INC.
be capable handling dear department : Esquire girls: too EsquIre Sports Any make er Get an offer present car I down payment. Evan Tr- r.sBt past wash line, McK
0. Apply at Calendar. Coronet Kiddie Can .r. Stinsoa Toyager. BO hp. before you lU moe Ba.i corner Garland and donating e135. R I Jvl 4 21. 41(1 trailer t left.
n B. Ak I and other exceptional motor reconditioned Am.! Orange "OU PAC
Are. .be Avl
O.DI missions and bonus. tln Informationaddress All for .n nlM. 242 N. Orange Ave. OUns Csed Cars, 471 HOUSE TRAILER-3O ft. Sliver
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r district superintendent: Wf B. Page 16 alit fttmteg ggtrthtrt-gtar Orlando, Florida, February: 2, 1947 t tI Mrs. able the release of some of the
Raies'of Rogers district lay leader and DouglasTo greatest medical minds for con-
'purch D. C. McCall and Herbert P. Gas- centratlon on the problem.
kins leaders of the two worker To Here One of the few liberal Demo-
groups. 1 i Hyer SpeakAt I Speak crats remaining in the House. Mrs.

Final reports on the campaign $ .y. Douglas is expected to spearhead
Half Funds will be made at a meeting at 6:45 SaturdayCongresswoman many of the issues coming before
Wednesday when the 40 i the Congress.In .
pm. Winter ParkB. iI I addition to her legislative
workers will announce complete Helen G. Douglas -
half the $25,000 K \ duties during the autumn months
than .
More results of the five-day effort. i .llF:
of California, who will speak
h. sought by the College Park Methodist I Mrs. Douglas served as a memberof
t Church for construction of B. Hyer Jr. of St. Peters- here at the Orlando High School I I the United States delegation to

1! a new Sanctuary: was raised at Police BallTo burg, industrial engineer for the auditorium next Saturday night the_United Nations Congress.
the opening meeting of the fund Florida Power Corp., will speak on under the sponsorship of the Orlando .
drive Friday night when $14.452 "Industrial Florida" at the monthly Sorosls and Pilot Club, is Could Victoria Reign 63 Years
meeting Friday at Winter Parkof
was subscribed. Gen. ChIlL George Be HeldOn the author of four bills which she
announced yesterday.The the directors of the Orange! With Stomach Ulcer Pains?
Bayless County Chamber of Commerce. 'expects to present to the 80th
church seeks the $25.000 in .Congress. England" beloved Queen could hardly
the building on Feb. 13 Sec.-Mgr. H. Stuart Johnston an'j her humanitarian have reigned so wisely for 63 year and
order to erect new nounced yesterday. i Long known for remained! so hale and hearty had she
a debt-free basis and will attemptto Motion pictures showing the various -, aproach to national problems suffered stomach ulcer pains. Don't Ignore
push the campaign over in five Ticket sales for the Policemen'sBenefit Mrs. Douglas for several your suffenrgs. Try Udga for relief
Ball to be held at the Coliseum phases of industry in the : months has been preparing a bill of ulcer and stomach pains Indigestion
State will be shown as a supplement : gas pains. for heartburn burring
shortof
days.The Feb. 13 falling
G. of Lake on are a which would provide a fund of
Rev. Laurie Ray 4 to Hyer's address. I i sensation bloat and other conduwaacaused
expectations it was reported at a million for research.Not by excess acid. Get 25c box
Wales who Is directing the drive : t '' $100 cancer a
Johnston said that he win
report -
of Udga Tablets from druggist:
the Police Dept. your
would this be forward
was guest speaker at the opening Tickets for the ball dhlch will to the board that the 1947 only a First dine must convince or return box
meeting, at which brief talks alsowere membership drive launched Dec. step in possible prevention and .to us and get DOUBLE YOUR MONEY
feature the Flamingo floor show
but would BACK. Adv.
of the disease en-
cure
; made by Dr. Paul Fletcher and Don McEmber's orchestra, ; 20 by the County Chamber has ,
r ? reached 91 cent of I
per the quota
may be obtained from any: mem- .
with members
ber of the Police Dept.It w 1,654 already en-
i was announced that reserva- rolled.
tions may be obtained from Lt. :7 A Present membership is larger
Come m and see the ,Frank Welch by calling phone 5121 ,.. than the 1.400 total last year and
the 1.055 in 1945. with final mailing L
between 8 aJn. and 4 pjn, daily. -
in the direct mall drive due
After 4 pjn, call 8527.
SENSATIONALNEW I this month it was pointed out. F
Proceeds from the dance win
be placed in the Police Club Relief Unitarian ChurchTo
Fund and used for the relief -
. ALLINONESONOTONE of officers in payment of Hold Forum

bills for medical and dental attention "Industrial Peace" will be the
and hospitalizaUoa. subject for discussion at the Uni-

In addition to aiding officers, tarian Church Community Forum
the club also draws on the fundto tonight. The speaker will be Dr.
remember widows of former policemen James F. Hosic of Winter Park
at Christmas and to pro- former professor of English at
vide flowers for funerals and hospitalized Teachers College, Columbia University t t
with the officers.At .
the erfd of the -year, an Besides his reputation as an educator "
monies left in the fund are trans- Dr. Hosic is well-known as ot CAN E\iE
fMAGICKEY" ferred to the department's pension a writer and speaker in a numberof
t fund for retired officers.Arthritis fields. Residents of Orlando and
t bwr Winter Park are invited. v

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DOUBLEt +
to Rheumatic Pains Call Open To ATI AmateursVALL'ABI.E
i CASH PRIZES
Thoaaanda of......,.frees the pain and THE SILVER KEY i All entries must tw in by April 10
aches oC Arthmia. Rh.unati. Swollen S Write for fan detail
fHearing.Comfort ..Lumbago Sciatica and Neuritis m. hare : />,.. Phone 24062.r 4 TALLAHASSEE FLORIDAOn
t t:ra delighted to diccover that tlw Doctor s r Acme Lock Co. V. S. Route lIt ii! Miles North of TalUkasse
formula oallcd Roaiind starts ctrculattn 'r' qli4LS 35 W. Jefferson St.
'' f Here's an sU-ln-ons tone tftroufh UM blood almost immediately alter
the flrot d > with every great hearing ad- i
( aaoaa pains and aoreoeia. and at Uw aamotima I
vanes buttt-ln-uQ sacrifice promptly ifTilffatlrt the pats saduIDay I :>,,,. ; a*: ; : .< AM..;: '
ort. ONLY 12 MILES FROM ORLANDO beautiful San- tral Florida's favorite all year picnic, bathing and 11
novel else! Indudee the
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Trial OStrt To wbat KoatMaaa
do to hdp fed prove tmprovod and bow lando Springs continue as popular with Winter I recreation resort. The famed azalea gardens are
famous Bl-Focal noise' suppressor tut M work, :. from roar visitors as they are to native Orlandoans. It is Cen- now in full bloom.
-' sad all the slat and tab zaetl;u directed.Sea the I _____ I '
many aulu tor Ton be
Tooracu. th.pdgs. re-I
p.non&1adJu.tm.nt. of aurprlaed and delighted almpfy return
:. empty PKUce and your money back fense of America; to encouragethe
former' I aotoeW. -. < uarantsed. Don't suffer soother hoaru... ,
= tr R..i.It '= dveUtrt L ar I National Air Force maintenance of Internationalpeace S
S's a trm what a.r. MATHER H A
..,It with batteries buldene and security to help develop -

battwy cord .And at I friendly relations among nations 1

; taD' time, ADD LONG-t You are Invited to to educate members and the
Branch To Be FormedAn
LASTINO XXTRA.
t > A FREE LECTUREentitled general public In proper develop-
aDd lAVE UP TO H IN.,; ment of air power, and to pre- FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

i. BATTXRT COSTS! J CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: executive committee composed of representativesof serve and foster the spirit of fel-

f" "'Now .is" The Way to True Peace every section of Florida has been invited to meet at the lowship future among members former of the presentand Army

.. By Orlando Army Air Base Officers' Club Wednesday at 3 Air Force.

r. Thomas E. Hurley. C.S.B. p.m., for the purpose of forming a State branch of the Na- !
F SeHlm of, Orlando of Louisville. Kentucky tional Air Force Assn. I I White Mountain
Member of the Board of Lec- SHOW CASES
The committee has been Invited I
r of The Mother
111 Bfeteatt 1A4 tureship Church
1 The First Church of Christ to meet here by Maj. Gen. EdwinJ. Ida cities as possible under the We have new Columbus showcases
Scientist. In Boston Mass. House at the request of Gen. State wing. In stock.

r ft11111 4 1947 James H. Doolittle. president of Gen. House explained that after IMMEDIATE DELIVERY:
Tuesday, February the national organization and
9. F. COOPER 8:15 PJVL leader of the IOU air attack on the formation of individual groups Slade-Booth Show Case Co. '
l over the State, another meeting
at
Tokyo.A would be held in convention form 116 Reed St. TeL 2-0271 REFRIGERATORSi
f Coossll vet Mcr. gouthslde Primary School State constitution will be ;
Auditorium drafted and preparations made for the purpose of electing per-
Fourteenth St, between Pal- manent officers and discussing
f
for obtaining charter. Also
, f ':a metto and Magnolia Ayes, a the aims and purposes.of the or. .DDT EXTERMINATE
temporary State officers will be
Sanford. Fla. ganization.The THOSE TERMITESAnts

1 w t! w ,t... OlTM dentist.Vy First, Sanford.Charch Florida f Christ elected.Following the organization of Air Force Assn.. .. open Roaches etc. I .Manufactured for 7* Y**** -I

All Are Welcome! the is to all former members of the
---- I group here it planned to organize BOYTE EXTERMINATING CO. i
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l' squadrons in as many forL Army Air Force including officers -
224 S. Main St. Tel. 9532Orlasdo
enlisted men and Wacs. .
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Invited to attend the session as
members of the committee were:
l W. A. McRae. Jr.. Bartow; Walton 1. Ltr.i t <:) s4; t

McJordan. William Beardall Jr.. CAMELLIASPlant "
r Harlan Holden and J, N. Huttig L i. fO" r i t1t.J
2 Orlando: J. G. Parrish Jr.. Titus- Now 1 ; fer
ville; Jack Peters and Jerome !

, Waterman Tampa; W. R. Boyd and enjoy their s <. ..- ......-- --- I
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t bloom this Season.
, IN PERSON B. Culver, 3rd. Jacksonville; L. :
04t S. Ruder. Clearwater; H. B. Todd Over 100 Varietiesto '
and R. E. Switer St. Petersburg; :

J. P. House. Sarasota: D. A. I select from ; I'
# Graham. Englewood; C. W. Cook ""
'! and D. H. Robertson. Ft. Lauder- all colors beautiful .- ': .'", t

dale; J. C. Jennings. St. Augus- and rare types. 'J c ,
j tine: G. A. Martin. West Palm t'I I
) Beach; and W. T. Young Jr.. '
7 Palm Beach. N. L. Hasly Jr. I I rx ,1t ..:

Purposes of the organizationare 44 L Colonial Dr. Tel 2.2162 ,i I '. ,! I
to: Assist in keeping an ade- iI
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P numerous features of this series are modernistic hardware with positive

t Elsie, whose bovine beauty and moo-velous charm hare mode her the Nation's BALANCEDLet automatic action extra storage space provided by door racks-Removable

glamour cow. i is< coming to the Florida State Fair. She win arrive in Tampa aboard drainpipe and plastic waste water trap-gasket sealed doors-2" efficient

Insulation-ell steel shelves with cut out space provided for milk bottles-

fK" her deluxe "Creamliner/' in time for opening day. Renowned radio personality star our experts take that wiggle and additional Inside swinging door to protect Ice when main door is open.

of the silver screen and hostess to more than ten million people in her many personal wobble out of your wheels. It will save

wear and tear on tire, and front end parts
appearances. Elsie is the greatest cow-sonality of all time. Be sure to see her
make steering safer and easier. We use 75lb. Capacity 4
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SOCIETY: SECTION. ORLANDO. FLORIDA. FEBRUARY 2. 1847 PAGE: SEVENTEEN
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ONE OF THE LOVELIEST ESTATES IN WINTER PARKis -I0ur Own Staff PlOfO'i'! McCol'um. APPROPRIATELY NAMED "THE PALMS," the estate of -lOur Own Staff Photos: McCotTunuTrismen I

l Fownes. land. Seated on the terrace are Mrs. Harold Hill, Miss Park'soldest I Mrs. Theodore Kew Mrs. S. L. Houston Mrs.
It is elaborate
that of Mrs. E. S. distinguished by I Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Trismen, is one of Winter
Stella Waterhouse, Mrs. Roy Hough end Mrs. Daniel J Elmer Staugler, Master Stephen Staugler and Mrs. Frank
planting and broad lawn sloping down to Lake Mait- Cogan. show places. In the photograph are shown Mrs. Halliday.

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AND QUARRIE p THE LAKE SHORE HOME OF MR. AND MRS. GEORGE

r DUKE, are shown on the lawn of their home on Lake Mait-I overhanging second-floor balcony. Their garden will be I MARSH is shown above, with the owners standing at the places it was formerly owned by the famous writer
I Irving Bacheller. This estate will be visited by the garden
land. This beautiful estate is the Monterey design: with visited by the Winter Park Garden Club tour on Feb. 6. doorway. For many years one of Winter Park's showj i o tour Feb. 6. .


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t From St. Cecelia BazaarWhen : ::1 : Garden Club's Annual TourT'inler


the St. Cecelia Guild of Mrs.. P. Smil Gramm is promo
:I St. Luke's Cathedral has Its all- tion chairman and Mrs. Ralph I w yc S Guests and Local Residents

day bazaar on Feb. 15 at the Reed and Mrs. Francis Igou are To Visit Beautiful Show Places

Sorosia House proceeds win go in charge of the books and dec- e

I, toward their project of Bending orations. Winter guests and local real. for Feb. 20. R. B. Barbour 658 N.
supplies to the little French town There will be many tables of delicious dents alike will have an opportun1ty Interlachen Ave.; Gen. A. D. Andrews -
of Salute Helene. A few months home-made food with Mrs. + to visit many of the most I 500 N. Interlachen Ave.:
i ago St. Cecelia Guild members A.E. R.Jones as chairman.Assisting i beautiful show places in Winter I Hugh McKean 231 N. Interlachen
beard a talk by the Baroness van her are .the Mmes. Victor e Park now at the peak of perfection Ave.; I.. C. McKinney 420 N. InterIa.chen -
Hutchins. R. K.. Cole and R. H.
shortly after her return 1' < .
Boecop when the Winter Park Gar- Ave.For'March
after spending the Summer in Moody. Mrs. I. W. Heaton and + J den Club conducts its Thursday i '
f 6. Mrs. Anna O Heir.
Mrs. Sylvia Beactare in charge of
? France. Her appeal for aid for the t f' afternoon tours the first of which 1416 Aloma Dr.; Eugene Smith
4 bombed-out city: of Sainte Helene the needlework and knitted ware. i'S was held last Thursday with visits 192 Brewer Ave.; F. M. Smith.
brought immediate support and ; to the estates of C.A. Coddington, 1207 Aloma Ave F. D. Trismen
+S.
since that time guild members Miss r r C. J.Freeman the Kyle-Rometsch : 201 Brewer Ave.; A. W. Vernon.
have been turning their efforts AagesenSets I. place W. W. Nelson and C. H. 699 Osceola Ave.: March 20. Mrs.E. .
toward supplying some of the necessities -
Pratt. S. Fownes. Maitland; Research
of life for Salnte Helene Wedding r The itinerary 'committee includes Studio Maitland.
Inhabitants.The Mrs. W. P. Quarrie. chairman :
village was severely damaged Miss Eleanor Mae Aagesen. and the Mmes. C. A. Cod- I
by the Americans during the daughter of Mrs. Nora Aageson of dington. J. S. Capen and H. W. I James Young
but through it
German retreat N. Y will become brideof Stone. {I
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an the village people were faith-*. Miss Harriet Peasley is general I I
August H. Alberta Jr.. son of HereTomorrow
:, ful to the Allies and were of great chairman for the tours and other Speaks
Mr. and Mrs. August H. Alberta
help to the Allied parachutists as committee members include the
., well as the underground The village of Orlando on Friday. Feb. 7, at Mmes. W. W. .Wolff. Rose Skill-
Is situated 10 miles from the St. Jai ies Catholic Church. man William Bowers P. G. Wilkins -
sea and Just a few miles from the The ceremony will take placeat David W. Robinson W. J.
town of Lorient. which was also 1 pm, and all friends of the Taylor Jr.. Don Vincent and Miss James R. Young, ace re oft .
destroyed. couple are invited to attend.: Far Eastern affairs, will ape
largely Maud Trismen. !
the Towi Hfii1
morrow night on
Eighty-six per cent of the tiny Tickets for the series are three
I Series under the auspices of
village's homes.were destroyed aswell Skop To Address e dollars for the series, and one thy Lockhart. in the Winter Par.. t
as the church school and dollar for Individual tickets. They' HlKh School Auditorium. 8'15. ,
town house. A small dispensary Hadassah TuesdayRabbi ,. 5 may be purchased from any Gar-t Mr. Young's lecture will l be a I
I has been established and help in Morris Skop will address .5 7 den Club member or at.the Book- Report on China. which will be an 1
rehabilitation is badly needed. the Orlando Chapter of Hadassah R ery. Proceeds from the tours' win up-to-the-minute and comprehensive !
I The bazaar will feature a wide on Tuesday at 1:30: p.m. at the go toward filling the Garden analysis of the political, economic i!
variety of items. Mrs. D. T. Gilt *I synagogue. Club's comprehensive program of' and social conditions in that
1 man is general chairman and Mrs. Gustave Bear president. civic beautification. including extensive country: based on a' recent six I!
those in charge, of the plant and I, will preside devoting the meeting improvement in the gar- \ month's survey trip during which !
.: flowertable are the Mmes. J. V.I to the work of the Jewish National dens surrounding the depot the. Young observed at first hand ;
Walker J. W. Jourdan and Robert : Fund. the planting of trees In health and welfare building and j! events not only in China but; in
-' Mitchell. Mrs.- E. H. Johnsonis :Palestine and also youth work the library. I I Japan, the Philippines and the
arranging the style show and done by Hadassah in the United Dates for the forthcoming tours I mandated islands of the Pacific.
Charles Goodman is .. ___ ____...... ............... ...... _. 1200
tnand.1.trs. States. The Mmes. Morris Skop.I f '... ... t. "7"" +Y.sy7t- '"'-1----- follow: Feb. 6. George Marsh. I Col. Robert L. Scott, author of :
chairman of the committee for S. Gluckman. and S. Reiss.respective -I Our Or Sftiff Pta.os McCo3u>n. Park Ave. North (former home of "God Is My Co-Pilot." and one of ;
: the White Elephant .sale. Otherson chairmen of these committees.will THE GARDENS SURROUNDING THE HOME of Mr. and pedigreed cocker spaniel, Bonnie, are pictured above Irving BacheUerl; Mrs.. C. G. the famous Flying Tigers.. will introduce +!
thi. committee are the Mmes. give detailed reports 'on the Mrs. Hugh McKean feature broad lawns which slope toward Plant. 1020 Palmer Ave.: W. F. Young and also se.-ve as
T. B. Gautier. W. J. Steed. C. A.Simonds work being accomplished.It I Mrs. McKean is the former Jeanette Genius of Winter Park. Quarrie; 1100 Park: Ave. North; E. moderator during the question pe-
and W. S.. Branch Jr will be a dessert meeting. ,( the south end of Lake Osceola. Mrs. McKean andS j and..New. York. -r- R. Shlppen. 1230 Fart Ave.NorUu j iriod.- J (

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f Togo 18 gfr gutt&tg! gfttlittfl-&tar Orlando, Florida, February 2, 1 1947 I' teas Provincetown 'Players REBEKAH NOTICE 'I Instruction meeting Monday will. hold in the Its Fraternal monthly

Rebekah Lodge No. 12 School of I Bldg.. at 8 p.m.
Opening in 'The Patsy'"The

Audubon ClubSponsoring feS': Entertained :' Patsy" which opens Wednesday 1

night with the Province- ,

: Mrs. ColeThe l I'town Players at Casselberry has
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the distinction of having been
home of Mr. and Mrs Elmer
I played more in the USA than any
; ;rt p.N. E. Cole 654 \.
a Park Lake Ave. *
;: other opus except Peg o My
4 :. I I was the scene of a party recently Heart. The Goodes have assembled -
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"Music) of the Out-of-Doors, a 1Y. when Mrs. Cole entertained mem- a fine supporting cast in
motion picture symphony of the : I I bers of Lucerne Rebekah Lodge I Carol Stone who is a veteran performer -

great American wilderness pre I Z. I a No. 36, who had served as officers I played the from same Sanford.part last having year

sented In color and movement and and substitutes during her recent with the Goodes there. Sue French.

with the inimitable whistling of o. .'rrYsk. term as presiding officer of the who did a fine jobr in "Art and
Bert Harwell noted lecturer of # lodge. Mrs Bottle." and Rita's new leadIng :

natural history is the first in a : s sy F Mrs. Katherine Cone and Mrs. | blond man.and Carl handsome Kessel and who a is native tall I 00 o:5:
i series of two screen tours to bet I It "
presented in Orlando Tuesday ; I L. K. Wentz assisted the hostessin t of Orlando. "The Patsy" is full of 1
serving dinner to the guests at rib-tickling situations and when
Feb. 11,at 8.13 p.m. at the Sorosis i tables which were decorated with Rita was 17 her performance was : rI

house. candles and flowers. selected from 40 other Patsies by
These screen tours are sponsored t Later in the evening Mr. and
., by the Audubon Society with the N yam LL Mrs. Albert Baumberger enter- MGM finest talent scouts as being the \Jt.\G
of stimulating an interest -
purpose tained with a travelogue, illustrated -
A lone late driver chugging
and appreciation of nature : In color, of views of Will
I .t. along Route 17 the other night
old.
among young and Rogers Memorial at Claremore
was mystified to hear screams of
In addition to the motion pic i j Okla. also of his ranch in California laughter emitting from the Goode'stiny
native of California -
tune :Mr. Harwell a I I
I playhouse. Peeking throughthe
worker in
and outstanding
nature education will.also be pres- .. < Mmes\ Those Harry present Fair included Glen Spink the, window he found the Players
convulsed with their own lines. "If
instruc-
deliver of his
ent to one
V' Charles H. Walker William Merriam
tive talks Not only does he speak *o".e it can be funny to the actors at
B. E
Cummings. Joseph
2am., surely it must be worth
and charm but ,
with authority :
KennedY W.
Pierson
Phillip "
Mars
\ seeing And straight way he made
I his talks
skillfully illustrates own
J B. Morrow, Frank Westgate.
.. reservations.
vocally by bird-song imitations 1 k Nr William: Emncn. Leila WiCks June
: and visually by tt" Williams. Ina Tice. Roberta Tru Miss Lucy Greenwoodof
f pictures. He is a past master at t man. Alice Carr Anna Schwab I
I anecdote delighting his audiences Eva Spencer, Mae Mohrbacher
I by vividly recounting many of his Monteil Brown Stella Bowen.
{ own amusing as well as breathtak- tie Judd. Beulah Johnson. Net-I

lug adventures.The second screen. tour is scheduled Mrs.erine A.Cone.Baumberger L. K. Wentz.Mr. and Mr Mrs. ) the S Dolciu l a qwJ'

for March 29. jyiibb:::>:::> CHRlSTlN JU1VL"b MISS RITA GERTRUDE COLE'Sengagement Cole and the Misses Evelyn Mc- -'remium

is engaged to Carl Hilly, son of to Ernest Hillman Simmons, Entire Anna Ross Grace Shrimp- Fifth Avenue Salon
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Mrs. Nora Hilly of Calhoun, Ga., and the son of Mrs. Ernest H. Simmons and the I ton and Cora Crotts. in

: 'WhistlingOyster announcement is being made today by her late Mr. Simmons of this city, is being announced I Dr. Mints Plans quality can help you stop fooling yourself about those eye lines you
mother, Mrs. Enola Jones' of this city. The
: I' wedding will take<< place Feb. 12 at 6:30: today by her mother, Mrs Merton Second Lecture out not in price prefer to all laugh wrinkles.

p.m. in the First Baptist Church, and all Cole of Cortland, N. Y. No date has been set I Dr. Edwin Mims, visiting professor There are many little tricks of make-pp and skin care to

Notes friends of the couple are invited. The for the wedding. The bride-elect attended of English at Rollins Col- *.. ..d 'U 11 nvwMaqnavox make people think of you, a "pretty woman" and not as a

t r bride-elect has been ticket agent for: Flor- schools in Dryden and Cortland, N. Y Mr. I lege, will give the second of six "pretty older woman,"
lectures on the American Culture
ida Greyhound Lanes here for 3y years. Simmons attended Orlando Senior High and Civilization course when he But you must act quickly to see her shell only be here
i We never have seen Mr. Hilly is employed as a linesman for School, and during the war served for two talks on "The' Flowering of Vir-

1 anything like Orlando Utilities CommIssion. years in the U. S. Navy. ginia and Charleston" at the Wo- R a I o v Pb..sr.pI)
man's Club of Winter Park Mon-

E:. the their way affection people are this expressing year. As (r eluded MRS. PERRY, MRS. I I HENRY M EDMONDS was ponu-I day at- 4 pm. COOPER'S thru
": : accustomed as we :re to this I WARD KERR MRS. HAROLD :' fical in his ecclesiastical .I Dr. Mims speaks under the Monday Saturday
sort of thing. It takes our OOFORTH. MRS. BENNETT | he served as master of ceremonies :, sponsorship of the Rollins College MUSIC STORE
t breath away.i Tea Table LAND and MRS JOHN HRON- I There were many other lovely I adult I education program. /
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i Of course; if you really lovesomeone 000 I and picturesque costumes-the 20 W. CHURCH ST. J.
HUANGS as an Indian family. beautiful scene and, of course, the a
I man. woman .orchildValentine's Recent cocktail party hosts were HELEN HEGLER as a stiffly- announcement that MAXWELL Cosmetics
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Day always j
Chatter CATHERINE and HAROLD starched representative of Dutch KILVERT was recipient of the Street Floor )
gives you a perfect alibi for goIng LYONS who entertained Thursday -, -'
Guiana. The grand dames the Cervantes medal was greeted with
a little crazy and spendingtoo afternoon at their home in comtesses and others in their warm appreciation by all who ;[
much money for somethingyou tj CYNTHIA Winter Park This is one of a shawls, mantillas and other trap- : know what work he has done in
arc dying to buy anyway. series which this popular couple .
pings made it an unforgettably'behalf of hemispheric:: good will. I
In spite of all the wedding Today Is the day of the cocktail: plans this season. ..
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presents. birthday gifts and party and tea which GEN. and o o o- I
hospitality acknowledgments HELEN RYAN and JOY HAWLEY I
that are bought every day at MRS. EDWIN HOUSE are givingat I
are just back from New York
The Whistling Oyster it is the Officers Club. with guests:! where they spent a brief time on
Valentines that are on every- invited for five-thirty o'clock little business. Joy. an intrepid veteran .
one's mind right now. and isn't Their invitations went out a flyer nevertheless took a nice
that nice? over a week ago and one couple we steady Atlantic Coast Line Pull-
know read their invitation hur- man both ways!
One day It was a hundred riedly and last Sunday afternoon 000
dollar bit of Jewelry a woman they arrived at the Officers Club ROSE MATTHEWS and MA-
bought to give her husband "fora all dressed up for the.party'which RIAN CUBBEDGE combined their
Valentine." Another day It Isn't until this afternoon! The affair -
talents the other day when they
was a good looking pigskin bag is in honor of MAJ.-GEN. and I
luncheon .
gave a bridge together atMarian's
that a man chose for his wife MRS. BRETT. !
house...There
two
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"for a Valentine." And event O; O; #; I were
tables which included ELSA DEFOREST
day it is something for some- Because of various outstanding r
body "for a. Valentine." Of forth it Isn't LIZ HAINE and herhouseguest. > .
expenses and so pos- MRS. LUMMIS of Q
course we see right through sible at this time to give the LOUISE 7
that. The giver just wants an amount netted at the President'sBall Philadelphia. HAYS. 11tt
CLIFF HANNUM and her two
excuse. Lota of times It's Just a. Thursday night but it was : houseguests MRS. MONTCALM ;
ten-cent paper heart but the really one of the finest dances ever BROWARD
and MRS FRANKLIN
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message! Oh my: I it's wortha given here and WILSON HUMBER .
RUSSELL, both of Jacksonville.It .
string of pearls. made a wonderful impression on 000 i. Ikl
everybody. He is a grand pianist. I I b jean, auftauv. .1 Collfornlo!
.
But don't think we are to highly competent orchestra con- was certainly one of the -
a
'. silly about Valentines that we. ductor and emcee. Orchids too to loveliest parties of the year-the +
are paying no Mention to cus- BETTY LOU TAYLOR who did I I HISPANIC INSTITUTE dinner aI
tomers for china glass rllver. spectacular things with that Ham- : last week. The Woman's Club in ....,., ., >
linen lamps tables, trays,and mond organ .. We do have some Winter Park was gorgeous with its : .
desk sets. We Just love ALL our Information though about the des- bright reds yellows, blues and I ":: -t

customers.You sert-game party which the Tangerine greens. 1 :
district last week at The long tables had brightly-

to are come cordially in and invited tee the always "Sloewood.estate Of MRS." the gave SAM beautiful: SADLER country. flowered panel down paper the curtains center, making of each a I I, :.' / TP T\ .'At,..,

new things we have :received This party netted the impressivesum gleaming white cloth with tall red x :
during the week. !
of $185. which we think is and yellow candles at intervals. In
the center of each table ,
wonderful. It's tiny communitybut was a
We are closed on Saturday a I I I 9 .
grouping of bright-cot ered books '
afternoons. ''. its residents are generous in the :(
extreme and one of the most help- from the Hispanic library. '
Joy Hawley Helen Ryan ful workers on the party was JACK ,h i About half of the 160 guests ;
HEIST of nearby Lake Jem. who wore costumes of grand ladies and .
' Located on the patio reached also contributed the water color of gentlemen or of picturesque peasants -
from 120 N. Orange and a Florida scene to be auctioned,i and young VIRGINIA NEL- S
I' 35 W. Washington off Mrs. Sadler was assistedby i SON walked off with the first
a livewire committee which in- prize. She wore the costume of a
'young lady from the Isthmus of
Mexico where the Guatemalan
influence is felt. <+' J a Y'1 t
t It consisted of wide ruffles of (L a
H1 large hand-embroidered flowers: on it itt
lJt net and the ruffles were fastened .
to white slipper-satin It was off- I
the-shoulder and on her head she
carr.ed a huge lacquered gourd
filled with fruits and flowers. It !
was one of the many gorgeous au-
thentic costumes VIRGINIA Mrs.
[ Wickliffe NELSON. JUNE and r t tI

r younger Summer VIRGINIA on their four-months picked up air-last T

tour of Central and South America. -
JUNE attended as a senorita
attired for a fiesta in Guatemalaand ,
.. her mother represented the I
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Guatemalan highlands at Coban.
. complete as a peasant going to
market barefooted and with gorgeous -
gladioli from their own gar- -- s
> t den in the rebozo on her back. All
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.1 they could persuade WICKLIFFEto
: 'k' wear was a gay Gatemalan
.\ ," shirt (bought in a swanky shop in .
r i ing Antigual trousers.and some peasant-look- ..; ,was V

1 1f MRS. GEORGE E. WARRENhad
sent to Boston for the costumeof

f : a grand dame: MRS. WILLIAM
'. ct C. BOWERS patron saint of the
Hispanic Institute wore an authentic -
ti i{ costume from Oaxaca. in
southern Mexico complete to the
'. last starched frill. EDITH TADD
: t LITTLE, in a fetching peasant
, .. costume directed a pilgrimage to
t a. native shrine as she had wit- .
ff' nessed it in Mexico and DEAN .
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Tb. festtv board take oa new A
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_..., fcy mater from BARNEY'S. The loveliest Sizes 2 to 6 6.93 Sizes 2 to 6 8.98. 1
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Nary, heck, White, Lookers Welcome Wi nay tempt\f Every Wednesday, 12 J' noon. '
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Orlando, Florida, February 2, 1947 tiflP S>unbaJ! gntUtItat Page 19 11 11Our a

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ford: Mrs. George Carter 550 (KeusseTttxy .
(Mrs. Frank Huber) \
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Ivanhoe Plaza the Mmes. -.
Llsit. Lea Preludes (Symphonic poem No.3) ",'
Barber C. W. Davidson. W. O. I Philadelphia Orchestra _____(Ormandy) t tMrs. ".-'

f'r Day.Clapman.Mrs.Raymond. Stevens and G...I( L. Dealer Mrs.Weir Robeson.) Mrs. D. S. tl .'r! .. ,.

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Raymond Stevens and Mrs. Selected hymns. Lord* Prayer and other a
will receive reserva- National Radio Yrs mixed choir I IMra. .
Jack Camp I' t.
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3'iw ( Edwards. Mrs. Phi noil. Mrs. Douglas &tkW
X71 i tions for the party. '. -
; The library has added the fol- Rachmaninoff.Miller Songs Mrs. Allen_-.__ Chandler Jennie Tourel) 1
records to the collection ) t4Ik'bi
lowing ()(n. Robert C. Coffey ,
already started by the Wednesday American songs I ;,:'
4's
s Music Club. I -Helen Traubel with male thorns: and I
Grin courerto. A Minor op. 16. Arroo.Tschaikowsky orchestraMrs.: 7 Symphony Ha. 'B Minor.Psthetique. Walter C. Bass) I
s op 74.Betharen's .e. Beethoven. Sonata Mo 8 In C Minor. Op t
ASR Symphony No. 6. P. Major.Pastorale I Rudolf fierfcia. piano
op. 68. : (Mrs Robert C. Coffey 4.
Ortec Soap of Norway. I Songs and spirituals Marian Anderson
Beethoven. Moonlight Sonata. Oscar LeoI (Mrs. C. R. Miller. Mrs H. A. Vaughn) ,. .
Debussy.) Preludes-Book 2
coaL .
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Rlm.k7-Sor kov. Scheherazade op. 39. Robert Casadesus. piano '
Donated by Mrs Raymond Steven. Mrs Robert C. Coffey) ;.
Tschauowiky: Romeo and Juliet--Over Wainer. Tristan and Isolde: Prelude. Lie-

a5. \urFantaala.Anonymously donated. be.nachLlebestod___u. -___ Philadelphia_ (Stokowski Orchestra -) ''
Brucn Violin Concerto. O Minor op. 26. (Mrs. Jack Camp) !
Mtlstela.Sebuman. Brahms. Symphony No. 3 In P Major, = : SIDEEPSMby[
Concerto. A Minor op. M.Urrm Op 9O. Philadelphia Orchestra
Hea.Cuar -ormaod7
Franck Prelude Chorale and Fugue (Mrs Ricnard Walker I
John Charles Thomas concert album I
Mendelssohn Violin Concert. X. Minor. Mrs Robert C. Coffey '
Kntaler.Granados. Stephen Poster album Richard Crooks
-Spanish Dances. (Mrs Robert C. Coffey) ,
-[ Own Staff Photos: Mdor.um.: Donated ky Cooper a Music Store. Tchaikowikr. Romeo and Juliet overture i
Racomanraolf. concerto Mo. 2. C Minor. Boston Symphony Orchestra I i
WITH THE RECENT OPENING OF THE MUSIC ROOMat op 18. Rubinstein. KoussevlUky)
I I Donated by the Associated Music store. (Mrs Ray Stevens) I
the Albertson Public Library, Miss Mabelle O'Neal and plmatae records. orCALIFORNIA

Paul A. Girouard listen to( their favorite composers. Music I I RoMini Loaned for Orerture Listening Toscanlni.br Cterald Umgtead INSTRUCTIONIN
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lovers may hear the records at the library or may take ad- Hunts. at the Ballet. Victor Musical Mas BALLROOM DANCING... tt rr
vantage of the new feature' "music to take home." This I I terpieceTscbaikowsky.. Nutcracker Suite.Mendeis.hon. I Learn the the fundamentalsthen finer -
points.
the Music Club Senerso op. 20, Mld.ummen i
project is sponsored by Wednesday
being
tiisrht Dream Dorothie Keeler Studio
of Orlando. Prokolieff. Classical Symphony. I
I I The following were received as Ancebilt Hotel
Tel. 2-J1Z1 noon-It p. M.
contributions: At Other Times Tel -&"2 .
Ravel. Bolero. Boston Symphony Orchestra.1
Wednesday Music Club Plans I -
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\1 Benefit Bridge Party Friday A deep soft reliable brim that changeslike

,-:- In co-operation with the-work assisting; Madame Charlotte Gero magic into a new hat each time you

! of raising proceeds for the record I, 910 Alhambra CU Mrs. Frank P. 1 wear it So Attractive! Wearable!

funds at the Albertson Public Library I Whitmore. chairman. the Mmes.B. ( So Packable'!
music room the Wednesday I I* Abberger W. D. Roberts.
Music Club Is sponsoring a benefit B. Ripley. and Cance; Mrs. Cecil -
In white and colors 12.50 White Felt 1650
bridge party Friday at 1:30 pan. Hook 722 Lake Formosa Dr., J
The following homes will be Mrs. Catherine Cobb. chairman. 47 NORTH OBANGE AVI. i.
open for birdge and gin rummy the Mmes. N. Belitz James Slade. ORLANDO Straw and ,ribbon combinations i I 10.00 '
with the hostesses present: Mrs. I H. Vaughn. Harlow Frederick. E. : I
Joseph P. Lea Jr.. 424 Cherokee Pechin and F. Huber; Mrs. Fran-
e. Dr.. Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz. c*'.'-- cis Igou Lake Jassamme. Mrs.
, man. and the Mmes. Julian Car- : S. W. Cooksley. chairman the kz'iri MILLINRY SALON SECOND FLOOR
I I ter. Leslie Brown. Waiter *. .oS, Mmes. J. M. Robeson. C. R. Miler -
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. :,'age 20 (tiff i 0tmhafl &rutbttl-&tar Orlando, Florida, February 2, 1947 I SIR. HART TO LECTURE I lecture ta his Federal taxation'
ddridge Hart. Winter Park attorney course Monday at 3"30 p. m. in

*. The% heaviest rail shipment ever I r they: may be purchased in the chil will discuss "Federal Tax Knowles The lectures Hall. are a phase of the
moved fa believed to be a piece of Dance PlayPresentation dren's department of the> Albertson Miss Wendel ation Relating to Partnership. I Rollins College adult; education
Public Library. Student tickets Trusts and Estates as the third program.
Toll refinery equipment weighing I
' .488200. pounds chipped on two for the entire series which Includesa I Will Appear

: flat cars from'st. Louis to Texas symphony and The Adventuresof I! -
in 1938. Here ThursdayA Huckelberry Finn." are 50 cents At Sorosis
and $I for adults. No adult ticket
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record turn-out Is anticipatedfor may be purchased without the additional I Miss Clara Wendel) of the Al-
The Whistling Oyster the presentation of.the dance purchase of a student bertson Public Library will appearon

play "Plnocchio" which, will beI ticket. Student tickets for "Pinoc- j the Literature Day program for
presented by the Edwin Straw-(, chio" alone will be 25 cents. j I Sorosis Tuesday at 3 p. m. i

bridge ballet at 3:45: p.m. Thurs- !| Junior League members who will | She will give comments on a
day. Feb. 6. at the Municipal Au- serve as ushers for the production number of the latest books at the I

t ditorium. This presentation will include Mrs. Simpson Penney library,and will also present readings L tt, ) f4.wJ
I mark the first of four productionsby chairman and the Mmes. William from some of the present-day w a I 10 rj
, the Children's Theater of the '! _a .
Junior League 3f Orlando. Slemons. William Taylor. Jr.. poets.
The Edwin Strawbridge ballet Charles Sharp. Horace Newnan.1 j The regular monthly board j ,
'" has adapted the Pinocchio legend Robert L. Scott. Eric Ravndal. luncheon will be held at 12:30p. :
into a dance play of two acts and Robert Fraile,.. William D 1 a 1. m.: Hostesses for the luncheon:
In the first will be the Mmes. Robert Riddle.
seven scenes. scene
Really Fine Gifts Spencer Folson. Rolfe Davis. Sylvan -
; Pinocchio. who was made by the Henry Hancock, Neil E. Dale W.
toymaker. Gepetto comes to life McElro,. and Lawrence Gentile J. Steed George Garrett, Asher ..
l Jensen Silver Margnab Linen and wishes to go to schooL On his Jr. Peter and George Allen.
f SpodeWedpoodCaatletonSwedish way he meets the Cat and the Fox. Guest tickets will be In chargeof ri
who try to rob him. The little :Mrs. J. W. Andrews and Mrs. it
Crystal-Mark Cross. marionette. however is rescued by D. A. Bailey. Door hostesses include .$. f
etc. the Blue Fairy.Continuing Birthday c the Mmes. Campbell Thor- ..
to school. Pinocchio nal and Robert Tilley, Jr. Flower ;
meets Lampwick and together they CelebratedPetra arrangements will be prepared by .M aMISS
This Week's steal into the Field of Wonder. the Mmes. W. R. Boone Walter
j Ft Highlights For this they are punished and I Bass and J. J. Dominick.Mrs. ::
Ann Alderman, daughter Charles '
grow donkey ears. Again the Blue Goodman is chairman -
, Good coffee tables Fairy comes to Pinocchio's aid,and of Mr. and :Mrs. S. L. Alderman of I of the literature departmentand "J /
Lamps-table and bridget finally gives him his wish by turning I.I 2010 Chamberlin St. entertained a Mrs. Charles Potter Is chairman '''
him into real live boy. few of her friends with a party of the day. -ii
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After dinner cups and saucers ( dI
afternoon In celebrationof
Ticket sales conducted In the Thursday .;
New linen handkerchiefs elementary schools throughout the her ninth birthday. W.'G. ......
Unusual earrings county have been most successful Games were enjoyed and a Lane Jr.
I
and if further tickets are desired. birthday cake was a feature of the .>>} f4t.:
affair. Guests included Scarlett ,,..:V',
dosed Afternoons on Saturday Gaston.Bobbie Jo Rogers.Dorothy Takes Bride
\ EXPERT Dickenson. Alfred Woodruff. Ed- I RUTH ADELYNE PERRY
wina Goldsmith Jean Abbott, Er- The marriage of Miss Annetta
WATCH REPAIRING
.
; Tbs WWrtHnr Oyster label plans wedding this Spring.
nestine Arrant. Granita. and Pat DeGiampietro. daughter of Ansel-
add dlittaetioa to yew jitt. Specializing In Swiss and American
Taylor. Sonya Lee AldermanMrs. mo Giampietro and the late Ame- -I::
On patio reached from 120 N. Watches. 8 Days Service. Alderman was assisted by dea Colomblni DeGiampietro. of
Orange and 35 W.. Washington ORLANDO JEWELRY Mrs. Grant Taylor. Merano. Italy and Wilkie G. Lane, Announcement of Miss\ Perry'sI
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258 S. Oranges Corner Jackson son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilkie I I

I Board Will Sponsor I Grady event Lane at of this the city.home was of a Mr.recent I Betrothal to Mr. Palmer Made I .

. Lenten Services Lane's sister, Mrs. John M. Craf-
ton in AltaVista, Va. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Perry of this '\ of Orlando Senior High School.He .
At a meeting of the Board of I I W.J. Groah minister of the Broad i
Governors '1 city are announcing the engage- j served as a pilot in the U. S I
of
the Cathedral Men'sClub Street Methodist Church there, of- Just arrived! Another brand new collection of
ment and approaching marriage for the
PREFER of the Cathedral Church of ficiated. Navy past three years
\\f YOU St. Luke it was agreed that this j j i Richard Lane Robbins was his of their daughter Ruth Adelyne, and Is now in business with his George Hess originals-lovely crepes and gabar-
SHOESl' group will sponsor the Thursdayevening ,'cousin's best man and the bride to Aurand Doyle Palmer, son of father. dines in both prints and solid colors--superbly
TOE // Lenten services beginning was attended by Mrs. Crafton. I fashioned to fit into wardrobe. Sizes 10
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Palmer, also The will be every
CLOSED Feb. 29, to be conducted by the After a northern motor trip Mr. wedding an event of to 20.Sketched.
Suffragan Bishop the Right Rev. and Mrs. Lane will be at home at of Orlando. : this Spring, and plans will be an-
AT CIE Henry All L. Louttit. i the Dalton Estate. AltaVista. Miss Perry is a graduate of Or- nounced later. above-Sleek white Celanese etched ...ithblack.
SHO ... laymen of the church and
-- 'BO' friends Interested are cordially invited lando Senior High School, and attended -- .
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O'4E1\ I to hear these Lenten talks OrchestraComing Florida State College for $22.75
W Q lt on The Teachings of the Church." Women at Tallahassee, where she ABCDIAPER
131 N. ORANGEUse
INGRAM & INGRAMOPTOMETRISTS 1 HereGlen was a member of the Alpha XI SERVICENew

Delta fraternity. At present she Accounts and Future Our Lay-away Plan V
: Gray and the Casa Loma is employed at the Orlando Army Reservations Are Solicited.
..cc.o: : ;. t* MEAD'S Orchestra long-known for smooth, : Telephone117'? Under New ManagementWhat
Air Base.
;
I sophisticated dance arrangements 'I I ORLANDO WINTER PARK i
Wlfhts. .d., Holiday UM Mr. Palmer Is also
will a graduate
ill N. Orange .... Phone UM play for a public dance at the 1 1i
Coliseum
Saturday, Feb. 15, from .
8p. m. to 1 a. m. i
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Cathedral Church Sets i .
BELLAIRE DRESS TIE .. ickerI.rotconap..y: Activities I
for the WeekThe
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: schedule this week at
rubber heel. A light weight dress tie. the
Sizes 3, to t, 3A to D widthi. Cathedral Churcb of St. Luke Is Women WantIn
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as follows:
WHITE Sort kid with perforations JUST RECEIVEDA DAILY
pinpoint : Holy Communion T:3; .,18.. except
\ scuff proof covered heel, rubber Thursday' a' 10 a.m.
tap. Dressy and light weight. >A to C large shipment of MONDAY: mrilieatlon 10 a m.. Women's
cYidtns. Auxiliary recular monthly business meet I 3'k
folding chairs ing. 3 i.m.; St. Vincent Guild Acolytes'
: at .borne of Canon Cumm 100 Liberty' \
St. 7 lI.m.
$8.95 Fiber & Sisal Rugs TUESDAY: Junior choir rehearsal 3 P a.:
Boy Scouts meet 7 111ft.
E. .a Lawn & Porch Furniture WEDNESDAY: Choir boys rthearsil 7 P....; i t FABRICSERENMA'DE
Cathedral Chapter (vestry meeting, S
pm
Upholstery Dept.. Loose
THURSDAY: Intercession 9:40: a.m.: Holy .
Cushion Work. Plain or Communion 10 a m. r .
FRIDAY: Cub Sceuts at 3:30 pm.; Fan
Printed Sailcloth and Cathedral Choir rehearsal at 7:30 p.m : E .
meeting of mothers of choir bon to promote
Other Fine Fabrics
welfare and extension
of this
BEUAIRE NURSE'S OXFORDSoft group 7.30 p.m.


white kid. Foot t Director area UP- REDUCED ALL GIFT TO ITEMS COST Pentagon The U.Building S. War in Department's Washingtonhas BROADCLOTH //j\\

port leather vote, rubber.)hteJ IuD
broad toe for walking comfort 11H.! 1245 N. Orange TeL 4358 17 and one-half miles of cor-

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At SIMPSON'S we present dren's dresses men's and boys' shirts. San i. 4.

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Judge Farmer Will' Cuban i Florida, February, 1947 ;;Itr tttti>aR &tutfntl-&Iar Page 211 Latin American ern Hemisphere.The .

Address P-TA Jurist 4 4Dr. Film Showing TodayTwo t which films show are numerous"Roads types South of

Juvenile Judge Mattle Farmer SchedulesLecture ) I Cherokee P-TA Latin American travel films transportation in South America
will address the. Fainrilla Parent- \ will be presented at Annie Russell from the very primitive to the
fi fist 1Hv Theater at 5 pm. today as a most modern: and "South of the
i. Teachers Assn. Friday at 8 pm. Here : I : phase of the Rollins College Inter- Border." a diverting camera record -
L Her topic will "Juvenile Delin L\XUY1ffI i SponsoringEntertainment 'I'American Center's program to pro- ot a trip made: by Walt Disney

>, quency., Armando Mencia b mote understanding in the West- to South and Central America.

Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. Patrickare Cuban jurist will speak on,* I
in charge of the social hour. and Aesthetics of Panlam"
I
following the meeting. TRISH JONES Cherokee Capers the annual
,F The P-TA executive board Will in the fourth Jecture of So bright and shiney gleam the Cherokee P-TA-sponsored presen-I
I meet at the school Wednesday at'' Mind of the America Series Yj New Materials Just Arrived
newly acquired sorority pins of tation, will be held Friday at the ,
.
I 2:30 p.m. nesday at 4 pjn. at Annie R
the proud initiates. Arrow, crescent i!school.
Theater.Dr. .
kite and all the rest adorn Mrs. James Millipan general
CAMELLIA tides. Mencia. author of mars Iirio. 3 the gay sweaters of many :FSC chairman has announced hersubchairmen FOR-"Dora Frocks" at 64 E. Pine St.

concerning intern; 2 lasses as they hurry across campus who, with their
SALE problems graduated with to congratulate a friend. I will be
committees
I responsible for
honors from the Univeni Sot-ot I I With all the warm weather we are having you surely needa
o r> e> I the various affairs.
They are:
r Bemberg Chiffon dress or tailored suit of light
new or
Havanareceiving the I
ievees'o# Some such as Pi Beta Phi. didn'tfind I food and lunch Mrs. David
BIG PRICEREDUCTION I doctor: in law and do tol-w.-"; H, q out till the night before that Wheeler, Mrs. Robert room. Blackfordand weight wool or Crepe Romaine. Let us make it to measureso
lie law. He won the f eUowdfp of their ceremony would be held this Mrs. Clifton Orr: country that you will be sure of a perfect fit There is no need
{I Antonio S. de weekend. By Thursday eve. however ; store. Mrs. John Lipthrott and to worry about your size: you can be short or tall! stout or
: I and for the BWitamaS-Sat almost everyone was becoming Mrs. William Keiter: cut pies and thin, or even a perfect figure. You can still have lovely
All Plants In ContainersNo [i tHe Institut lea excited enough to arrive at cakes Mrs. Juanita May: bazaar. that for
Risk In Moving .Internationales at Sor jfeu*..Prxis.r dinner lacking any trace of an Mrs. Hollis Ingram: cake and clothes are just you.
ORLANDO NURSERIES He has studied fcMMvely appetite. candy booth. Mr. and Mrs. Rolfe
651 N. Orange Phone 7847 throughout the wogd: aflo' r H 000 I I I Davis. A variety of games will be Among the new materials, are silk jerseys and chambrayfor
Phone Us ForDemonstration number of years iMfTrfirector of R The Delta Delta Deltas aro.oe.. taken care of by Mrs. Tinsley sports. Hollywood crepe and all kinds of sheers, cottons
the Inter-AmericaiElliB o office. West. Mrs. H. H. Parrish and Mrs
'' and dotted swiss.
47 '90 %Nvf at six am. to take their first de-
jBHE?- F Charles Meyer; fortunes, Mrs.
of thePARKER SIS
MCCOY
; gree. and DOT
r '5J'-- William Benton and Mrs. Grace
LA\VN/ Ann's, Si I t JfeoppeWOMEN'S CRUMLEY of Sanford were there. Evans; dancing in the gymnasium. Go one flight up at 6t E. Pine St. and see them for yourselfany
but test Of all HELEN .
HORAN
3 Mrs. Robert Wetherell: cold day excepting Saturday and Sunday.
pPAREL returned after 15 years of pledge- drinks. Col. and Mrs. D. B. Her- I
DELGIAAAZALEAS I : OUR M01Tgt;- n, } dom to also receive her crescent ron: a book and magazine stall.
-Fair aN f.rvia" _
r f and stars. HELEN claims the Mrs. W. K. Price Jr.: poocorn. Mr.
Adecaua1e... g Space I privilege of being a Trt Delt and Mrs. Claude Wolfe: hobby
I''t----... --- 71 N. Or Pia. z-t$3J .. pledge longer than else. house. Mrs. A. G. Patillo; plants
A anyone .
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J JEAN MATTHEWS, alumna, accompanied and flowers Mrs. Lamar Hutchinson T T
.:..: \ n i her. At the banquetSIS : balloons and novelties. Dr.
?/' MCCOY and W O O DIE and Mrs. H. T. Clark: the fashion
... .
r .::.. ,".. I BETTS were awarded the cup for'<. show, Mrs. A. W. Roberts: novelty TIIAMONBSca.
MIA LEE i ( Florida the pledges having the highest show. Mrs T. H. Bruner- four
I' star show. Mrs. Henry Suvdam
average.
I I,and Mrs. W. W. Wyckoff: "TakeIt
000 or Leave It." Mrs. Carol Lan s- !iJ I
Alumnae were popping up ;;: ton: tickets. Mrs. Ellis K. Phelps: 'e ?e) of .
ta i MRS. JAMES GUY BOZEMAN everywhere especially Orlando i:publicity. Mrs. Stafford Strickler.
wed in Davenport. I Chi Omegas. Those present were I Tickets may be purchased from
MRS. W. J. STEED, KATHERINE I students of the school or at the f
& STEED MRS. ALLAN door. beginning at 5 pm.I I .
I JONES and MRS. ROLFE DAVIS. 0 o yo
Miss\ La Schameitz Is I
'. 441 Park Ave., N. 4i= von LEILA LANE was chosen the best I will be a round table discussion
; all-around pledge and she also { the at hand. d 4Q
Winter Part tbv W, Bride of James G. Bozeman i made the highest average. Other on matt r> o Db
I
intimates
C I i were JOAN SCOTT, BETTY ABBOTT SMITH. JANE
i Miss Anne La von Schameitz. ', bore the rings on a pillow of white i CAROLYN CARLETON, and MCLEMORE and BETTY DOT
v daughter of Mr. and Mrs. AlfredL. satin. ALICE STEED. GALBRAITH were especially
f I Schameitz. and Mr. James Guy I 000 I
t 1 I I Little Miss Virginia ["Ginger" I. pleased to see MARION SHEAR-
Bozeman son of Mr. and Mrs. : McKnight of Down Pi Phi way,MRS. DODGE OUSE. JOEY LEWIS. DAVID ,} Do
daughter Mr. and
Mack H. Bozeman. were mamed I II
& j TAYLOR was the visiting alum- '!'I JONES CHARLIE COLLINS and
Jan. 16 in a candlelight ceremony' Mrs. L. W. McKnight, carried the I jna. and MARTHA ANN MAGUIRE I WILLIAM HOLCOMB.
I in the First Methodist Church ofDavenport 'I bride's train. She wore a floor- I the best all-around I 000
The double ring ceremony -
length dress of pink: net trimmed Pledge. Those
was performed by the Rev. : donning the arrow As far as the spotlight goes t7o
S. H. White. Jr., beneath a vine- j with blue ribbons. I lof pearls were PEGGY GATE- 'B. J. SINGLETON of Winter t) ,
covered arch against a background The mothers of the young couple WOOD, BARBARA JEAN MOR- I Park will certainly have her I
1
of white gladioli multicandelabra i both wore black dresses withcorsages GAN. NELLIE CARTER and share soon. Marineland. Florida, with tall white tapers green of white rosebuds. I MARY JANE TAYLOR. Phi Mu is presenting a huge fashion and 75 oNo
\"fJ palms and potted ferns. I Following the wedding the reception -'initiated HARMON WILDER, and water show in which B. J. will
; SeA The bride's wedding gown was was held at the home of Delta Zeta, NANCY JO GONZALEZ. I both model and swim. Life Magazine -
tt E of white satin and net. The bodice Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Bozeman. "Dumas d'Artagnan" seemed will be there to take pic-
it was fashioned of white satin with \> Holly Hill Drive. for the wedding especially trying after so mucn I tures.
end close friends. other gift can
| party family excitement. 000 so completelyand
a scalloped peplum and long pointed ,
In sleeves. The net yoke was edgedwith i i! Mrs. Ivan Rosa kept the bride's 000 I Bowling intramurals have begun eloquently express your love asa
tL1Wenutk book while Mrs.Glen Bozeman and I
: a lace ruffle and closed with and there two to eachBETI'Y
The male are
Mrs. Russell Carr assisted in situation SPARKLING DIAMOND
;I serv- decidedly e RING. ,
satin covered buttons down the
t\ improved team. KENNEDY. BETTY
this
\ a back of the bodice. The full gath- ing. I weekend. Jennie
a SHIRLEY and RITA CALLANANwere
ti s Bozeman is Murphree
ered skirt was of net and fell into I I Mrs. a graduate of parlor seemed to be
1 ; a graceful train. She wore an I I r Haines City High School and was the meeting place for Orlando seen making one strike after CONVENIENT TERMS '
\ i reared in Davenport. She is em- I boys. another.
,. ; n ZeCB/ orange blossom covered Juliet cap
\ ; ;: ployed as secretary of the Davenport -
000
i \ with a waist-length veil and car- I! j
public schools.
(< t, ried a white Bible topped with a I 1 Mr. Bozeman is a graduate of Continuing along sorority lines. FLOOR FURNACESFor
Q a single lavendar orchid with white MRS. BENJAMIN WHITNER of 1llL\'i&4IL'
\ the Winter Haven schools. He was \
satin streamers. She was given in Sanford talk
recently discharged from the Navy gave a on "The RespoI1.3ibility CITY GAS ,
marriage by her father. i after three years' service, two years of Fraternity Women"at WithAUTOMATIC
Mrs. Bill N. LeRoy of Tampa. i of which he was on Saipan. an after dinner coffee given CONTROLS: ALL OVER FLORIDA
the bride's cousin and the matronof I The couple left for a wedding by the Chi Omegas. In the future Orlando I ,
Co. Inc.
honor wore a pastel blue dress | trip to Daytona Beach the bride similar speakers will appear Appliance .
.
with a lace bodice sweetheart 210 N. Orange Ave. Phone 4537
wearing a suit of sky-blue with [regularly and after each there
neckline and a net skirt. Her flowers 'I black accessories and an orchid
were an old-fashioned bouquetof corsage. They will be at home to Ii.
pastel roses. their friends on South Boulevard I I
Glenn Bozeman of High Springs I after Feb. 1.Outoftown. '
the bridegroom's brother was best guests included: I
man and the ushers were Russell Mr. and Mrs. Ramon K. Wallace I II
Carr and Ralph Stalnaker of of Orlando, Mrs. Pauline Kirklana:
\ Haines City. {I I!, and Miss Marilyn Kirkland of De- Newest-- MOST MODERN
The ring bearer was: Master Land. Mr..and Mrs. Glenn Bozeman -
Miami Beach Fort Lauderdale \ Coral Gables Charles Allen Williams son of I and Mr. Wallace E. Solomon,
\ Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Williams. He i Jr. of High Springs Mr. and Mrs. I
f was attired in_ a white suit and Miles Morehead. Mr. and Mrs. J.
\ C. Bozeman. Mr. and Mrs. B. H I I
: : : : _. Bozeman Mr. and Mrs. Buford

4 I I'i Carr.Knowles.Mrs.Mr.K. and M. Averill.Mrs. Russell:Mrs. I I COLLEGE PARK CLEANERS

Margaret B. Reeder, Mrs. Virginia
; '. Whitson. Mr.Ralph Stalnaker.Mr. I
\ Mel Barber and the Misses Mildred

i_ : Drastic Folds.Ross. Mary Regina Thomas Johnson.Helen Lucille Bar- I

ber and Bernice Barber of-Haines

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,Relations :at 4 pjn.at the Church.Winter Park Congregational f Page 22 Ehg fennfrag SMttnrl-&tar! Orlando, Florida, February 2, ??47 Miss Burns' : Kaley P-TA HonoringPast

I I Presidents;
Lecture ScheduledDr The Martin series is a phase of

Martin consultant on the Rollins College adult education I I Helen Griffin The Kaley Ave.ParentTeachersAssn.
held each Thursday, EngagementAnnounced
International relations at Rollins. program .will honor all past presidents
during the Winter. He will speak .
College will deliver the third lecture I on the subject. "Can Communicm w. in a. special Founders Day program
Plans March\ ? I Thursday at 8
pra.
of his John Martin Series on and American Democracy Live In
International Relations Thursday Peace Together?" Ii j ; -Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bums of Highlights of the 10 years of
history win be given by the
past
9
ji I Wedding t.I 1))12 Kuhl ,Ave., announce the en- historian Mrs. Richard Boone
i rigement of their daughter. Rogers and a social hour will fol-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Griffin of
I Ooria Mae to Robert B. Wilkinson low. All present and former mem-
Have You Been Ocilla Ga. announce the engager : bers of the Kaley P.TA are invitedto
to ment and approaching marriage of son of Mrs. R. B. Wilkinson attend.
f j to 'I of-. Chester. Pa. i iI -- -- --
their daughter, Helen Kate,r
i I'I Miss Burns attended St. James
H 1 Frank H. Cumbaa, son of Mr. and
Catholic school and.is a studentat
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Altamonte Springs? Mrs. Charles D. Cumbaa of Columbus
S. C. (the conservatory Of music.
The bridegTOOm- ll'C\ was re-
The wedding will take place
cenUy discharged from the Marine f'
March 2 at the First Methodist I +
i r : ,.. Corps after serving four I I II v
rn ..as a ; Church in Ocilla. j I yean. He is taking training as a
\ 4P I The bride-elect is a graduate of commercial flyer at the Florida
Ocilla High School and since then Air-Activities School.
\ has been connected with the Ocilla Plans for the wedding will be
Pharmacy. Her mother Is the annouBced later. >til'tea
1'r .:&: r: 3 3i former Miss Sophronie Paulk of --- i
Y V ry Holt. Ga. Her maternal grand- ;# 4 \
parents are Mrs. Dan Paulk and JUST RECEIVED I
the late Mr. Paulk. Her paternal
s grandparents were the late Mr. SHIPMENT: OF
>; and Mrs. B. Griffin.
Mr. Cumbaa Is associated in Kileb n. Cabinets 1
9 business with the Tom Houston ,
yq y. s.F Peanut Co. of Columbus
4I I I The bride-elect is the sister of and. Sinks
I ', \ Waldo Griffin of this city and
visited here on many occa-
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I Visitor Party Honoree SteeK.
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MISS ETHEL HAMILTON MRS. ELIZABETH KEMP PARKER !, Stainless Old Furniture
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. :Mrs. Mattie Duncan entertainedwith dinner and double dra S'. : 55.
a surprise birthday inches
i Sfewart Wright Hamilton of Fruitland Kemp of this city, who are today announcing this week at her home on S. 66 to 96 I Made \

Park, who are today announcing her engagement her engagement to Lt. Col. Clifton -: Hughey St. honoring her houseguest -AY New-
I to Robert Clifford Stokes of B. Hinkel, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. !: Mrs. Stella Boardman, of NOW ON DISPAt
.. Miami.
Jacksonville son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hinkel of Robstown, Texas. The bride- With the visitor were includedthe Our Showro In JUST CALLKLEENIZE
William T. Stokes of Fairfield, Fla. The elect is a native of Orlando and graduatedfrom Mmes. Nona Treadwell, Carrie
'wedding will be an event of February, and Orlando Senior High School. Col. Higgins, of Washington D. C.
complete plans will be announced at a later Hinkel 's a native of Texas, was born in Lulu Lucy Rogers Garrett., Jane Dann, and Miss

date. The Hamilton family is well knownin Rosebud, graduated from the high school -- --
Central Florida, and the wedding will bea at Robstown, and attended Texas A & M I

Lake View Scene in Altamonte Springs prominent social event. College. The wedding will be held Feb. 21. RADIO For Free Pick-Up And
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:Florida's Beauty Spots! Located among the Benefit PartyThe .I n 2 N. Oriit* -TeL-SS71 I 1249 N. Orange Trf. 467 rugs Revolutionary and Venetian cleaning blinds.process

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Winter Park Alumnae Association that makes old uphel-
VENETIAN BLINDS-WINDOW SHADES
Lakes. Altamonte Springs is Cooler in Sum- of Kappa Kappa Gamma ,ttery sparkle like new. Calla
Fraternity will entertain with a By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor I SURPRISINGLY FAST SERVICE ON | $ today. ,
;mer and Warmer in Winter. A Progressive benefit card party for the Nora NEW BLINDS AND RECONDITIONING
Wain Fund for fAROLA BELL WILLIAMS a mistress of the peculiarly American ADAMS
Norwegian babieson
[Modern
Town
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Beautiful Homes and Wonderful Tuesday Feb. 11, at 2 p. m. at art of monologue, will be presented at the Winter Park Woman's tit W CENTRAL AVE. ORLANDO PHOJ\E m A48 HOUR
Club Wednesday In "The Foundling." Her productions have met with M 9 ORANGE AVB WINTER PARK PHONE au -
"The Palms,
People. Opportunities for the'Discrimi- the home of Mrs. F.
enthusiastic praise for their sensitive beauty and strength wherever
D. Trismen In Winter Park.
: Investor they have been presented. She SERVICE
lating are here. Located 8 miles All table reservations must be
combines the arts of playwriting. ,
[North of Orlando, 13 miles South of Sanfordon made by Saturday Feb. 8,to either acting and costume designing in FELT CARPETSJust
Mrs. J. T. Raper Orlando. or Mrs.J. an unforgetable per for mance [ONE
Old Highway 17. I. Chaffee. Winter Park. which upholds the theater's finest 4; received big shipment "Broadfelt" carpets in six

t Those planning to attend are re- tradition.In different colors and two grades: $2.35 and $2.95. a i i ,
Quested to bring their own cards. The Foundling" audiences i i

; are transported to the nostalgic t Grass lugs and Cotton Rugs m oil kinds sizes and colon. i

eighties and the delightful, ridicu- '* .1 Felt Base and Wall Linoleum 011 bond olso (Inlaid m limited quantity j
Ii lous days at the end of the last:
j S Venetian Blinds in wood steel or aluminum-quick delivery. I
AT A century. In the person of Carom ;< ,
QUALITY VALUE Bell Williams very different women I\ d .
o !
I Ij
, I appear the young Viennese widow. I'I'I AMERICAN RUG AND LINOLEUM CO. Owned ard led by
It :the loyal Irish cook the runaway
863 North Ave. Phones 2.2488 and 2-2481 j Gillies
daughter and the great aunt, Miss \ Orange E. J. Cooner
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I complete changes, using picturesque -

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BEDDING: BARBARA DAVIS daughter of i'I

B. Davis of this city, .{

How ore you fixed for a Good Nites Sleep? We have Innerspring I has returned from Charleston, S. I
f C., where she visited her aunt, CAROLA BELL WILLIAMS: j -I 1'

Mattresses for $39.50 up. No you don't have to buy springs to get }I pass Mrs. B.three M. Edmondson.mouths ..for PrQUd thef a t in monologue Wednesday. I trt ,7 I H. t

era iune them far $Y}LT} up.I' i parents are Mr. and Mrs. G. O. iBi55> Johnson whose son. Brad Q.
Johnson was burn Jan. 24 at the Orange Memorial Hospital. Mrs. "
1 Johnson and the baby are new at their home corner of Livingston and I
We solicit your patronage-Visit our store and; see our large selection of Hillman. Mrs. W. P. Miller of Louisville. KY.. is spending some

. Home Furnishings. 'I' : time with her niece, Mrs. J. C. Skipper, of 37 Hill St. Mrs. Miller will ,. '
I' visit in Miami Coronada and other places in Florida before returning !
I home. Mrs. George Harmer of Watertown, N. Y. Is visiting her
BETTER your home-better your LIVING daughter, Mrs. James F. Mullahy. Mrs. Harmer is 85 years old. and
t this is her first visit to Florida . Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cobb of

I Sakets Harbor. N. Y., are visiting his brother-in-law. Edmund Harmer .. a: .

, $; YOUNG FURNITURE COMPANY of Adams St. o o oTl n s cx \

JR. AND MRS. WALTER SHOALTER left Friday for Baltimore. : r

11 Md., to attend the wedding of his niece Miss Sara Frances Show-
42-48 N. GARLAND AVE. alter. They are expected to return tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Dave v.
I Hillman of this city have received word that they are now grand- \,
Dealer I parents. A son wes born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blank of Miami
of Bad cock Furniture 2r 4
Beach on Jan. 21. Mrs. Blank is the daughter of the Hillmans and '
was before her marriage Mildred Adelle Hillman. Miss Jan Rollison 5 5 r \
daughter of Col. and Mrs. Robert A. Rollison, has returned from a 1; FF' a
visit In Montgomery Ala. Word has been received from the girls t'
'We WillMab at Mary Baldwin College that they seem to be busy with exams. However \ SS
last week a group of the local boys from the University of Vir-
ginia went down to Staunton to visit the girls. Raulston Wells of
1 Your Daytona was there to see Harriet Sipple and the following Orlando
Old Mattress NEWt
boys also were there: George Eidson Bobby Branch and Bucky

Blankner.

I the committee Include the Mmes. ,
H Mrs. Maguire I i Frank Myers, Albert Carter Jr., S.
t ,.
A t > Agnes Miller, Wilbcr Tflden,Glenn
Spears, J. C. Lettice Walton Rex. I
Rosalind i
ClubChairman Harry P. Leu and the Misses
Helen Way and Rose Phelps.

I BOX PLEATS ARE BACK (and front too!)

-t Have Your AutaSTEAM
Mrs. McCullough Maguire Is ... an/i raining luitt futttr.Tw I
chairman of the hospitality GREASEDAt
com-
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mittee for the Rosalind Club saw ft.h th* ttttiioi wijKtaei ant

bridge tea on Feb. 6 and the At low its ken...RI tttnnraJstid myr

luncheon the following Thursday. MAYO'S .,ro sfcttr wit* contrasting touqutt.KLEPPER'S. i
Assisting Mrs. Maguire as chairman I I Complete Motor a Chassis Steam
A Is Mrs. James Arthur Ford Cleaied and tabrteiUtf eaty "-H
J vice chairman. Others serving on 111 N. MliB Ph. nazI T s I


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Orlando Florida- February 2, 1947 QlJr; Snn3a rnttnrl-Stnr Page 23';'

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Yarbrough ATHLETE'S FOOTNow I 2 CARLOADS

actually relieved
Nuptials in 5 to 30 minutes!

Planned Feb. 9 STUBBORN
SKIN TROUBLEExternally
I, OF BEAUTIFUL FLOWLINE
Miss Kitty Yarbrough daughterof [ : Caused]
Mr.and Mrs.Clifton Yarbroughof relieved at last by RIDDI!
103 S. Osceola St. will become ClinallJr11 mDD Powder aweit.
*Mtaundui .lief| to th.fact that to
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bride of inici4al actwn PENC-
the Karl
Osbum. also of
a 'i w %. .. K this.city, at the First Methodist I' SKIN TRATES.THICKNESS THROUGH.instead THE af ENTIRE acting.
M the surface en'\) KIDD is thsre.ton
I Church Sunday Feb. 9. at 4 p. m. revolutionary in its eutck...wir.ri_ KITCHEN MAID CABINETS
: Dr. John R. Branscomb. pastorof _relief.that permit* normal I .hn. of ,
the First Methodist Church will ,... ...e.mn.n. .urfac.-inf.ct.d .kin
perform the ceremony which will TAKE. THIS AD TO YOU DRUGGIST I
If he t* not stacked with ftlDD. ''I
be preceded by the nuptial music .
h* will vickly obtun it for you Mr..t.
v: DY with Mrs. Jesse Pedrick Baker at Othorwlao w, will supply you 1
the organ and Miss Peggy. direct, p staaid, en receipt ef 11.00.Pia. .
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include name and address ef IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
Vaughan giving vocal selections.As
your druggist. Full refund by maker
no formal invitations have on ...uqk and return of bottle if not
( been issued. all friends of the couple positively overjoyed at results. li .
are invited to the ceremony.A .I
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reception will be held at the I Roll 2M. D..t. 055-20 Edmond., Wash. A New KiTCHEii Jtafi Kitclieir
home of the bride's parents after I (Suburban Seattle) {
.y the wedding. .
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ment of Miss Elizabeth engage-'I] I Warren Winn and Mr. and Mrs. Name -.- : :: 1 ,'." .1.
ford to Herbert J. Wlnn H. Bascom Melrose. the Very Rev. .. C.:, :. '
at a luncheon given yesterday by' Melville E. Johnson and Mrs. Address
her mother. Mrs. Homer F. Brels Johnson. 1ajL4 .)

ford.Sharing Items Needed I 1 .... .1 .i.
honors with Miss BreW Woman's Club I
ford were &croup of close friends ,
i who were home from college.They I i 1 i
Included Joan Carrigan Beverly FederationMeeting 1
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Burcham. Patricia Sutliff. Virginia .

Dabs Christoph.Cheney. Diane Undy Raymond Hunter, SetThe I I
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Martha Helen King Betty Walker I I
Jo Ann Cloud and Mary Alice Orange County Federationof I It t
Cooper. Woman's Clubs will hold its
Miss Brelaford Is the daughterof regular meeting on Wednesday at ANNOUNCING ARRIVAL OF FACTORY Free Estimates Given In Central Florida I
Mrs.Homer F.Brelsford and the 10:30 ajn. at the Colonialtown Cheerfully Anywhere IJ
late Mrv Brelsford. She attended Woman's Club.1204 N.Fern Creek.
Cherokee Junior High School and with luncheon being served at J
graduated in June from Orlando noon. Our Experts Will Install Any Size Kitchen Or We Will Give
Senior High School.At present she Election of officers is the main SHOE DYES
is attending Orlando Junior Col business at hand for the morning t I
lege. session.' II
Mr. Wlnn Is the son of Mr. and Miss Margaret Moore program I i Complete Instructions To Your Own Workmen.
Mrs.Warren Wlnn of Chicago and chairman will present the speaker. I OVER 50 COLORS
Winter Park. He attended school Mrs. O. Sidney Phelps of Winter
In Mosinee. W1&,Memorial Junior Park. Mrs. Phelps lived In Japanfor
High School in Orlando and Sewage 23 years where she worked with I
Military Academy.Sewanee. her husband who was senior GUARANTEED NOT TO PEEL, CRACK j I
Tenn. He served for four years in tary in Japan for the secre-I INVISIBLE i I
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. .5 Page 24 ''m c bt t"hntlUm .etutfntl-etu..... Orlando, Florida, February 2, 1947 j Marks Street High School Mrs. Hanson Hillcrest P-TA

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1F eT will be in charge of the program. '
T&Uit 1 000 P-TA Plans Band Concert Re-elected Plans Ton

Orange County Auxiliary to Post ,
2093. Veterans of Foreign Wars t Set ThursdayJohn PresidentMrs. On
will meet Tuesday at 8 pjn. at theEl.k.s ProgramThe ThursdayIn

urges Home.aQ members. President to be Ruth present.Neff y monthly meeting of the J. Heney, who will be guest Clair Cameron Hanson of lieu of \the usual monthly
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non I qw"i Marks Street Parent-Teachers'Assn. conductor for the eighth annual ,' Orlando has been re-elected to'', meeting, the Hillcrest Parent-

Nokomis Council No. 23. Degree qw"r Thursday at the school win !concert of the Orlando Senior the office of president of the Teachers' Assn;win make a tour
of some of the sjencies participating
of will meet at 8 feature a two-part program according School
T f Pocahontas p.m. High band Thursday at 8'' Florida state I. in the Comnunity Qiest. The
WITH JEAN YOTHERS Tuesday at the Fraternal Bldg. Mrs. Frank Kottmeier. I i I
> f ICU Editor) o o o i to J p.m.. is recognized nationally as Federation of Po- purpose of this tour is to inform
chairman for the day. | ) etry Clubs for I the members of
; The board of directors of the The Annie Coleman Chapter of an excellent soloist and conductor -! be city needs and
; Orlando Pilot Club will meet at the United Daughters of the Confederacy Miss Margaret Piper,civic leader and has added to his laurelsby I 1947. what the Community Chest is dosIng
l 6:30: Monday at the office and outstanding lecturer in the I[ Serving; to alleviate them.
pjn. win meet Wednesday at composing numbers of such
field of literature. and a member i with Mrs. The time set is tte regular] meeting
Alice Fngrtahl.59 EL Wash- year
of Mrs.
1 3 at home of merit
pjn. the Mrs. L. P. as to receive publication day
b of the Board of Governors of the Hanson will be Thursday and the customary
Jngton. Blankner. 701 E. Central Ave. and listing national '
on contest
n n nI Orange Memorial Hospital will :' E.J. room awarl will be mad
Orlando Miss Margaret Piper win be the speak on "Defenders of Our lists.Early Conrath. to the room having Jie largest per- till
I The Fanhellenle Assn.'. guest speaker A short board, Health." in life he served as a first vice presi- centage: of mothers pre nt. Cars r
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will hold its February meeting meeting win be held before the .;; .;:" The second part of the program valued member and soloist with dent; Mrs. Viol # '" will leave HUlcrect; School at 11
with ;:.
, I f Saturday at the Officers Club the famous John Wyman. Lock ,
meeting. wiU be a forum highlighting the Phillip Sousa a. m. going direr to the Com-
e ;t the Delta Delta Delta Alliance as n n n comments of Dr.Alice Sowers,not- band. Since coming to Florida, hart, recording t- ; munity Chest off be:: where a study1
hostesses ., Luncheon will be The meeting of the Catholle .r". ::. ed authority on child psychologywho Mr. Heney's career and the historyof and correspond- Airs. Hanson of the central iMex:: will reveal
; served at 1 pan. followed by a Woman's Club is scheduled for ,... *:.J:,. spoke in Orlando last week his bands in DeLand have been ing secretary; Louis E. Bacon the scope of he Community*
general meeting of the association. Monday at 2 pjn. at the club- ': : ; and was instrumental in developing synonymous with the developmentof Winter Park, treasurer: Maj. Paul Chest and the nmmum> of over-
r .. Reservations.must be made byi house Msgr. John Bishop will .: a Youth Guidance Council for \, band music in the schools of Crank consulting parliamentarian lapping of the vrious agencies
i Wednesday with either Miss address the members. Orlando. Those taking part in the Florida. Long a member of the ; Raymond Redding, musi Following this the will visit the
I I' Yothers. Orlando or t7Cn "' forum will be Miss Ethel Corn- American Bandmaster's Assn.. he clan: L. E. Bacon and Mrs. Ida Boy and Girl Scou offitss.: Tiger
T. Horan. Winter Park. All The Cherokee Circle of the Or- wright principal of the school and also has served on State and national -i Roberts members-at-large.: Miss I Den and the colotd aid white
national fraternity women are in- lando Garden Club win meet with the following members of the committees.A !Pauline McDonald,program chair- Day Nurseries.
vited. Mrs. E. D. Holcomb. 430 E. Gore P-TA: the Mmes. Henry Simmons cornet solo will be given by iman; Mrs. Louise Davidson publicity I Luncheon will be sere d at 1
o o o Ave.. Friday at 10:30 am ... Frank Gardner and Frank Kott- Earl Compton senior student and chairman. p m. at the Young>mei's Community -
'The Orlando Grandmothers Mrs. Russell Marsh will be hostessto meier.. Mrs. Margaret Carter all the numbers will be conductedby House! on Hatst |t which
Future held
Club will meet at the Grand Ave. the Lancaster Park Circle Wednesday George will present musical selec- R. R. McEmber director of the | meetings will be on time Miss Frances Jones,,execu-
clubroom Tuesday at 8 pjn. from 2 to 4 pjn. at her tions. high school band with the excep- 'I',I the fourth Saturday of each 'I tive secretary of the bunt Plan-
Hostesses for the evening win bet home. 1555 Lancaster Dr. The At 4 p. m. Mrs. Willis Maxwell tion of a selection of Victor Her- month at Sorosis. to which the ning Board who will accunpany
the Mmes. Helen Hopkins Persis Lucerne Circle will meet with Mrs. t': hospitality chairman has arrangedfor bert's favorites over which the \public is invited. I the group on tour, wil conduct a
j JHumpher. Mary Lou Glass. Pearl Robert C. Coffey. 1700 Ivanhoe :' refreshments in the luncheon I'' guest conductor will preside. The forum answering any ovations

Thrasher and Rhoda Duncan... Blvd. Friday at 10 am. Miss ft: with Mrs. Hollis Ingram and Mrs. |concert will be held in the Orlando concerning the Chest aid it agen-
In order to reach the clubhouse: Hatabel Hyer will give a programof ,. :.v#: L P. Davis in charge. Senior High School auditorium. Officers'Activities Club modated cies. Since at only the luncheon 30 can te tiimem-corn.
one may take the 7:15 pjn.Holden hibiscus and its culture and Mrs. Chester ,Gridley is P-TA I The program is as follows:
Ives y v, program chairman. 1. The National Anthem bers are urged to make flu reservations -
Heights bus at Dickson and hybridizing The Azalea Circle I
Phrdre Overture Jules Set early. The lunch
I' Uaascnet rill be
,
comer. If going by car. one win not meet this month. xt4 3. Willow Echoes Cornet Solo 60 cents and reservations
-should go out Division to Grand n o n <-.. Frank Simon made by Monday. njst be
Ave, turn right and go to Grand The February meeting of the 'f ," PresbyterianCircles Earl Compton soloist Activities at the Orlando Army
'. ,, .':... 4. In the Mystic Land of Egypt After lunch the group tip\ visit
I. Ave. School. The clubhouse,is Junior League of Orlando will be : :: : Albert Ketelber Air Base in connection with theOfficers' I the Health Agencies in tie;
In back of the school. held at ''? .: 5. Victor Herbert Favorite. urt
10 ajn. Wednesday at So- '
J ':<<>':': MeetThe Victor Herbert Club this week are as House and M. C. A and
," .
o schoch
o ot
rosis. 'm''. : John .1. Hene conductor follows: will return to by 3 p. ..
The Orlando Chapter of the 000 e. Headlines, A Modern Rhapsody i
Anyone desiring to
, -Our Own Staf hotos: McColtim! circles of the firnlh a
Woman's MONDAY: OAAB Women Club bowls at
Carleton
Colby '
Daughters of the American Revo- Members in the drill of Cherokee
MRS. ALBERT EDSEL GIBAS Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian 7. Deep Purple. A Tone Painting 730 pm at OAAB Bowline Alleys car and those wishing Jake
lotion is planning another of Its Council No. 12. Degree of Poca- Peter de Rose TUESDAY: Welfare group of Women s Club reservations for the ]lunc1eo
a, popular card parties on Saturdayat bontas. are requested to meet at her marriage announced. Church will meet on Monday as 8. Ekrliner, Descriptive Concert March meets from.S:30 a m. to 12 noon at Red I asked to call Mrs. Wane Orn-are
a" follows Cross Bid* on the base
: Harry U Alford
2'30.pjn.: the chapter house. the Fraternal Building today for I birer Mrs. C. N.
Circle 1-Mn T. R. Cain Jr. chairman R R. McEmber. conductor WEDNESDAY Women a Club book club or Prathar.
I .Those attending are remindedto practice at 2:30: pjn. .The Past with Mrs. A. W. Roberts '56 Lancaster meets at 2 p m. at home of. .Miss Alta i The executive boar will m-t at.
make reservations by Friday Poeahontas Club Cherokee Council Gibas-Bone Dr., .t 10;3O a m; Circle 3-Uri, J. rBranham Wright Washington and St.Mra.. where Buford Miss Duke Wright 1525 and W. the Hillcrest School at 10 a. nIt I
afternoon with Mrs. Alan Chandler No. 12. wIll meet with Mrs. Ger- Auxiliary man with and Mix MIA Oladrs Mary Garret Branham 733 hair-W. 4th Birthday Mrs Duke will sire talk on antiques
,or by calling the chapter bOWie trude Decker on Tuesday for its Colonial Dr, 3pm. Mrs. AUendrr Jonecassistant I THURSDAY: Women Club bridge club is estimated that one-thirVof I
Club at 1 30
. Hostesses for the afternoon regular meeting at 2 pjn. Held hostess: No =3-Mrs X' P Latin meets at Officera : Sm.
Nuptials SATURDAY: Reiular Saturday night
000Mizpah MembershipTea I chairman In church parlor.: 10.30 am., CelebratedLois Florida's income is derived dirs.;,
win Include the Mmes. Arthur dance at Officers' Club. from 9 p m. to I
1 followed by covered dish
luncheon: Circle
lam., with Billy Arnold orchestra. ly or indirectly from tourist tray.
Elchenberg. Harry W.Meetch. and Chapter 190. OES. will 4-Mrs. R. M. Brice chairman, with Mrs. _
Alan Chandler . Tea guests meet Wednesday at 8 pjn. at the Friday NightMiss HeldThe W.Circle H. Chase 621. K Central Ave. 3 p JD. Waldene Griffin daughterof 'iI
S Mrs
Masonic Temple .Initiation will -- William Emrich. chairmen Mr. and Mrs. J. Waldo
are invited for 4 p.m. with lira J. N Gar 121* Ediewater Griffinof
; non be held. Cynthia Ann Bone daughter American Legion Auxiliary Dr., 3 p.m.. Circle: 6.-Mrs. W L. Bent, 1241 W. Columbia Ave. celebrated CONGRATULATIONSO'NEALLHENRY
I Mrs. A. C. Shiver. Needlework O O n of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Boneof concluded its membership drive 'chairman Park, with Dr.. Mrs 3 p.mt 8 circle E. Ices 7-, 813 Mri Delaney M.- I her fourth birthday when INC.i .
; Guild chairman of the Grand Ave. Jennie Coulter Tent No. 5, BUY this city: became the brideof for the month of January last i J Moss chairman with Mn Claude her mother entertained a group of
i' Woman's Club. Invites all Interested wiU meet Tuesday evening at the Albert Edsel Gibas. son of week with a silver tea in the lounge Wolfe. 312 Delaney. Park Dr. 1030: *m I the very young set Wednesday afternoon i On Your laundromat
in the guild to attend a sewing home of Miss Cora Crotts. 221 Pal- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gibas of Denver room at the Legion home here. I the Circle Vowell-Mn Tonne R.Presbyters H Carr room.eh.lrm.n.JI 3pm Equipped
meeting Wednesday at the I:I metto St. Features for the Colo.? Friday night at the Auxiliary members serving tea Circle 9-Mrs; H. E. Stradley. chalrmai. Games and a birthday cake were
I clubhouse at 10:30: ajn. ..A cov meeting will be a covered dish supper First Presbyterian Church in the were the Mmes.Louis Felter,Elmer ,3 with Mrs. 8. O Walker 512 8. Main St. I enjoyed by the following guests. !i/2 HOUR LAUNDRY
ered dish luncheon will be served. followed by a business meet- presence of an assemblance of Jones. E. H. Crossley Brantley I hostess.pm Mrs A. A. Carmack. assistant f each of whom received baskets of We Were Proud to Furnish
O O O ing .. .Also at this time the birth- friends and relatives.Dr. Burcham. Louie Vail, Betty Vail Circle 10-Mrs. H. L. Conant chairman -. I nuts and candy favors: Janet Sell ? Venetian Blinds.Roberts .
[ The monthly meeting of the days of George Washington and chairman of the tea, and Mrs. with Mrs. J T. Simmons, 2423 Oberlin. ers, Gayle Huffman. Barbara Jean
Orlando Transit Auxiliary will Abraham Lincoln will be honored. Marshall C. Dendy ministerof Paul Mayer. lowe.10:30 chairman am: Circle with 11 Mrs-Mrs Addison. M. S. Ver-Williams West, Dwight Brown LeRoy Gar- Bros. Co.
t take place at the Florida Public along with a Valentine party. the church performed the dou- Approximately 40 new members 700 Daniel St. 3 pm.: Circle 12- i letts. Billy and Bobby Peters Judy
: Service lounge In Winter Park 00 o ble-ring ceremony.: Decorations for and renewals we reregistered. Mrs M R. Smith. chairman with !4ra.AJea.nd..r Logue. Mary Ann Hill, Bobby and Venetian Blinds and Awnings
Akerman. 203 Phillip P3 7M W. Smith St. Ph. S9M
11 Tuesday at 8 pm An Interesting The monthly meeting of the the occasion were carried out with Among the new members are the-I p.m.. Circle 13-Mrs. T. W. Matthews. I Donny Fugate. ORLASDO.n.A.
program Is being planned Woman's Auxiliary of the Cathe- arrangements of white gladioli Mmes. Grace Phillips Johnson I chairman, with Mrs P. W DuBose. 22 E.. Mrs. Griffin was assisted by Atli Serving Central Florid
I dral Church of St. Luke will be Roy D. Falkner, W. K. J Core 3 p.m. Miss Jane Anderson assistant 'Betty Sellers.
flanked by lighted candles in can-: Bernhard II
. by Mrs Mabel Ellis and Mrs. Eve- hostess: Circle 14-Mrs. J. Gordon
lyn. Davis held Monday at 3 pjn. in the' delabra. Nuptial music was ren- Archie Bagley, Rosco Howard. H. Mart chairman, with Mrs Grace G 1-
00 n parish house with Mrs. Waldo dered by Joe Peoples soloist and R. Ardis. James J. Haore. F. S. I Bryan. 800 E LlTingston Ave, 10 a m. I
Circle IS:--Mn. M. O Pierson, eft.Irma..
Batton. Auburn D.
presiding. and
I' Lucerne Rebekah Lodge No. 36 Lord president, II Mrs. Margaret Carter George organist Wall Fred- in the church parlor. 3pm- Circle 16-
n n n erick
I Frost. Jack MrDowall. chairman with Miss Mar.
will hold its .
I regular meeting St. Vlnecnt'i Guild of Acolytesof Current members participating caret Woolfolk. 420 E. Cherokee Dr, 10;3O W1WllE
Thursday at 8 pjn. In the Fraternal I Given in by her father ..18. a1
St. marriage the
I Luke's has been invited by I were: Mmes. Kenneth Vail. R. ,
I Blag. with Mrs. Anna Schowb Canon and Mrs. Robert K. Gummto the bride wore a white satin gown Woodruff Bullard. Curtis B. Akin 1
presiding as noble grand At fashioned with offtheshoulderyoke Carl A. Hoober. T. ArchaeologistTo I II IVestinghousR
attend a party at their home G. Lee, S. J.
I this time the lodge will be honor- Monday at 7 pjn. I inset with net. long pointed Jernigan. George Turner Walter ; Lecture ORLANDO'S HEADQUARTERS t:
ed with a visit from the presidentof 000 sleeves full gathered skirt Altermatt. Mike Thomas GeorgeH. Wednesday '
I' the Rebekah Assembly of FlorIda meetat eiIed Truman. Mildred Meed
I The Druggist Auxiliary which in a train. Her fingertip Smith. I Frederick W. Sleight consultant
Mrs. Lillian Senner ..A dinner
I the Fort Gatlin Hotel Tuesdayat veil .of bridal illusion was Irene B. Gross Anna Ingraham in archaeology at Rollins College
wUl be served at 6:30: pjn. in 11 ajn. for its luncheonbusiness -j| caught to her head by tiara : Lela J. Pratt and Miss Lola Pratt. will discuss "Florida and the West \ Laundromats
the banquet hall Reservationsmay meeting .Reservations may i, of orange blossoms .She carried: 1 1I Guests from Oveido were the Indies" in the third lecture of his
I be made by contacting Mrs. be made by calling Mrs. Willis a bouquet of waIte carnations: and Mmes. Gordon W. Johnson J. M. Survey of Primitive America Se-
William Emrich or Mrs. Lelia Maxwell or Mrs. John Lowry. tuberoses.The Partin. Edgar M. Olliss. Perry Oliver ries Wednesday at 8:15: pm.Sleight's I
j Wicks o o o I of Canada. CONGRATULATESTHE
I 1 00 n matron of honor. Mrs. J.. t Wednesday talk will be
Orlando Assembly Order of the Junior members are Carolyn given at Dyer Memorial instead of
1 i Excelsior Circle of the Needlework Rainbow for Girls will meet M. Patterson was attired in a Ann Thomas. Jane Marie Haight at Casa Iberia.
)' .{ Guild will meet Tuesday at Thursday at 7:30 pjn. at the MasoniC I champaigne colored taffeta dress Lynda Ann Carter Brenda Jo Carter -
, .1 I 2:30 pjn. with Mrs. H. G. Rogers. Temple They will havea made with sweetheart neckline Cecelia Engleman Alice Louise I
1 209 E. Harvard Ave. I practice this afternoon at 4 pm. short sleeves and full skirt. She Frost. BEST. WISHES O'NEALL HENRY INC.
I'j o n nJt at the Temple. !wore white and blue gloves and I ,
't'he'F.L and T. Club. Past Noble o o o wore blue and yellow iris in her I. ToO'NEAllHENRY
I !lor The couple left on a wedding"trip On Their Laundromat Vi Hr.
Outstanding Equipped Laundry
Jt f Grande of Lucerne Rebekah Lodge The Ladies Auxiliary of the Na- hair. Her bouquet was also of yellow to
Daytona
j No.38. Will meet Monday at 8 p.m. tional Association of Letter Carriers and blue iris. Beach after which INC. I We Heartily Indorse and Recommend
they will
to
'' go Denver. Colo to
I' at the home of Mrs. Stella Bowen
will hold its monthly meetingat The bride's mother chose a pur-
reside.
SI on Oak Wand.inn I the home of Mrs. D. A. Rawley ple velvet floor-length dress and i Laundromat _Equipped I the Use of the Westinghouse laundromatas

V on Lake Warren south of Conway wore an arrangement ,of match- Yz Hour the finest Most Modern Way of
A luncheon Laundry
of theWom-
meeting
"I j Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.i ing flowers in her hair. Her cor-
1 li' en's Christian Temperance Union i sage was of gardenias.Best ROSEMARIETEA I Visit Us forRadiosPhonosRecords. Washing Clothes.
Ij will- be..ht>Friday at 12:30: pmat
$t the Central Christian Church. Mrs. Whitaker man for the bridegroomwas ROOM I ", C JRLANDO'S WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCE AND RADIO STORE
J. M. Patterson and ushers
e' Mrs. Fratces Huxtable or Mrs.i
OpeSame Manaoement Keen Radio
included Robert Lesser and Wil-
134 Park Ate, N. Winter Park
?reservations., I Guest Speaker liam A. Elbracht. Luncheon) 12 to 2-Closed Sunday I 2204 EdjewatrT Dr. fnatat I
.nnt7 Following the ceremony a reception Telephone 555 Phone %-160% s.ug.fioitM
The Orlando Sigma Kappa, The Orlando Women's Alliance was held in the church par- lAM1A IAKIIAND

{, Alumnae Club will meet Tuesday of the Unitarian Church will meetin s OilW+DO fT PETE
.' at the home of Mrs. Norman Sar- the Parish House of the church = SAdAyaTA 441AMI
;f geant. 415 E. Livingston. All J Monday at 3 pm.
|. members and visiting Sigma Kap-i Following the business meeting
| pas are expected to be there at!i there will be a program with Mrs.
S. s pjn. nnn I H. K. Whitaker as guest speaker. O'NEALL-HENRYINC.
I. Mrs. Louis Dolive will be hostess f Mrs. W. D. Parsons will be chairman .
to.members of the Orlando Antiquarian and Mrs. E. C. Moffat will
Society Wednesday at 3 act as hostess at the tea and social
I
:. pjn. at her home on Nebraska Ave. hour following the lecture. I
o n n Mrs. Whitaker. who will speakon II.I. "For
;. Chapter V of PEO will meet Emily Dickinson the poet is a Thanks You for the Grand
f. with Mrs.W.O.Chamberlain. 1815 I Winter visitor in DeLand. and was .
W. Central Ave.. Friday at 1:30 formerly head of the English department I.- ,
, pjn. with Mrs. Fletcher Martin as i in the Mary A. Burnham Welcome You Have Given the The Sentinel Studio
f 1 I' co-hostess. Mrs. E. W. Baker I School in Northampton. Mass. I
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CofC Member r Orlando, Florida, February 2, 1947 t ,kr is unfcaH! firntlnrl-fi'lar Page 25


STEEL SASH Drive Passes RECEIVES DISCH.\RGE. 1 Yardley & Southern Beauty VENETIAN BLINDS

! ; Quick Laundry I II Fred Reese Jr. son of rred M.Reese All Aluminum Venetian Blinds
of 227: S. Rosalind Ate. has
IN STOCK 1,500 Mark received. .his "discharge from the win keep your home cooler. I
S DAYS DELIVERY IN MOST INSTALLATIONS
< Nary and is now at home. For the
; Membership drive of the Greater a. S Service Given j past year he has been stationedat STEVENS
184 COMMERCIAL PIVOTED Orlando Chamber of Commercefor I UD'j the San Diego Naval Base. I 817 \\. ROBIN SON PH. Z-0759

;, 16 COMMERCIAL PROJECT 1947 passed the 1.500 mark v2
. I yesterday according to. Lloyd C. The ONeall-Henry, Inc., ANNOUNCING'i i
t: : ; ASSORTED 'SIZES J Jr I Gafar. drive chairman who urged dromat equipped, self-service

I i merchants who have not yet paid laundry at 2215 Edgewater Dr., is Authorized Dealership NOTICE 1
110 2424 CASEMENTS a
their subscriptions to mall checks constantly gaining in the public The Famous
" 47-2524 CASEMENTS-, before Feb. 10. favor offering as it does facilities IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

i ..... IS-1313 CASEMENTS' I goal"We in are the nearly most successful arrived at mem-our for the average family to complete: FROM ORLANDO STOCK
a full washing in half-hour.
a CLINTONI
bership campaign in the chamber'shistory.
,
Thane ." Gahr said. "and we are I The laundry Is equipped with 20 C I
713 HOME INSULATION CO. I hopeful that we will exceed the Westinghouse Laundromats which Gasoline Motor CLINTON
t i
1.600 membership mark within the
wash. rinse three
PH. W. P. 708 953 ORANGE AVE. ,next 10 days. times and damp ALLPURPOSECYCLE
: C dry a nine pound load of clothesin i
Gahr and of C Secretary-
Manager A. C. Slaughter expressed 30 minutes. AIRCOOLEDGASOLINE
belief that more than 100 new and J. N. EMERSON Each family is given the use of STOCK I
renewal memberships will be sub- to peak here enough machines to ENGINE
do entire
an
GLASS When You Want ltI!! I scribed for within the next week. wash at once, so that the entire ON HAND FORIMMEDIATE 12 1 HP 3000! RPM
\ "Oar direct mail drive, which operation can be speedily com-

Store-Front Service eliminated necessity of time and Kiwanis Head pleted. ...| ,ewe tar Law. Me e era. ,...*. FM*. ...._ !... i..... llcyeie* we!
Complete labor wasting calls: by membership As the operation Is entirely automatic I DELIVERYWYCKOFF I II Ie..,.,." ....
committees, can: be marked once the machine has SUPERIOR POINTS OF DESIGN
PLATE GLASS and STRUCTURAL GLASS down already as successful, but started the customer can shop or I e I Itnt'ea' -..... Schrtllta" .r* tle. trF. ,....... .......r to ""hwtd
we are eager to reach the full read while the entire wash is being .........
ALUMINUM MOLDINGS goal by Feb. 18." he said. Coming Here readied. OHIm Jet tree AUtof .IN tefe ell men* 1 ft *.
"We feel that the direct man I II. The firm Is owned by Hugh T. I ...-clty. fewtr** fw4 .dppNsSwMb. el .* H .. tterhig wrtacm.Cetinup .
proposition was appreciated by O"Neall and Mercer J. Henry. 1 e -Centrttmel tjM ttnmtt mate* to .MthMMM .. eerh.Tk .
, STEEL and ALUMINUM SASH GLAZING t tt our members because of the timesaving : N. Emerson president of Kiwanis OTfeall acts as manager of the I I efiM ... "t..k4 ed k..d .p Meet iTn null.
.. .. to them. International will be the plant. Personnel have all been factory I I''
"Now we are confident that late honor guest and principal speakerat trained in the care and maintenance TUXEDO FEED AND i DEALER INQUIRIES SOLICITED
t Prompt Installation Service subscribers win mall their mem- the joint dinner meeting of 10 of equipment. HARDWARE STORE
, Anywhere in Florida bership checks In during the next Kiwanis Clubs In this division at I FLORIDA PIPE 8 SUPPLY CO.
2524 S. Kohl
Ave.Phone
10 days the period when most the Chamber of Commerce Bldg. I
Phone or Wire for Free Estimates merchants pay such accounts." here Wednesday at 6:15: pm. Lectures AnnouncedAt 2-2821 I 630 W. Church St. Phone 61181947's
He will be introduced by State Church
Eola Park Forum Sen. N. Ray Carroll district gov- Unity
ernor of Kiwanis of KIssimmee. j The Rev. Louis E. Meyer. Unity
ACME GLASS CO. Speakers AnnouncedThe A prominent mercantile chain lecturer writer and leader of the
program of speakers and store operator of Pullman Unity Society of Practical Chris-
subjects for'the Eola Park Forum Wash Emerson was elected tianity at Kansas City will give I BEST VALUE I
825 W. Robinson Orlando Phone 2-1500 I It
for the week of Feb. 3. was an- president of Kiwanis Interna- three lectures at the Unity Church '
nounced yesterday as follows: tional at the 1946 Victory Con- at 503 S. Orange Ave. during February .
Monday Dr. Walter Gould vention at Atlantic City. It has been announced.
"Problems of the Mind:" Tuesday.J. Long active In public affairs he I On Friday Feb. 7, at 8 pjn. he
A. Vandyke, "Some Unknown Is the Immediate past chairmanof will talk on "The Power of an
Facts About Our Presidents;" the Post-Victory Employment Idea." On Sunday. Feb. 9, he will
, Wednesday. Dr.Paul C. Carpenter Committee for the State of Washington speak on "The First Command- IN LAWN MOWERS
"Juvenile Delinquency;" Thurs- and a member of the Pull 'I ment" at the 11 am service and
day. Capt. Chester Kennison. man Planning Council. I on the "Law of Grace" at the 8
"Atomic Power;" Friday G. B. History of his career In Kiwanis i pjn service
PROTECT/ON Knight. "Comparative Religion;" includes charter membership and I''i The Rev Meyer has taken a It's F& N Again The Same Precision Pre-War
Saturday open discussion. president of the Pullman Kiwanis three weeks' leave from his pas-
AMXiMUMSFalveyt Club govemship of the Pacific- torate to be a guest speaker at the
Northwest District chairmanshipof Florida Conference of Unity Ministers Quality. Made By the World's Largest Lawn Mower
SEPTIC TANKS various International committees at Miami Feb. 17-19. He Is
t member of the International talking at various Unity centers Manufacturer.IN
BUILT-INSTALLED- Board of Trustees and treasurer of throughout Florida on the way to .
Kiwanis International He Is also i MiamI.
t REPAIRED founder of the Kiwanis Circle X

:fraternity for college youths. STOCK FOR
IMMEDIATE
560 GAL CAPACITYtADproved DELIVERY

by the INCOME TAX I ELECTRIC LIGHT

.j State Board of Health Returns PreparedReasonable PLANTS
A Model and
INSTALLED BT LICENSED Rate I Il1'ZI Price for Every Need
PLUMBER OPEN EVENINGS 5.000 and 10.000 V. Watts

Glenn I I. Holliday I MALCOLM Consultant B. ROUTTTax $375 and $475WaHace The new Marathon Is the first Ultra Modern StreamlinedLawn
'
Mower ever offered to the public. To give It value
Ml W. Concord Phom 4TM U W. Church TeL, K7S AC 0 Cycle
slid reo MARATHON to match Its striking beauty new materials and new precision
11O .. -- i methods of manufacture are employed. Practicallyall
It MillerDavenport S26 parts except the cutting knives are die cast from zinc
Ii alloy being almost twice as strong as cast Iron much\
AIR CONDITIONINGBy Service Station \6 A lighter in weight very tough and unbreakable.
18"
$28.75
11E1i M Davenport, Florida Drive. Wheel Uounted rollerRubber
besrtnea-
Smort and modesffy priced thess Ti.-Pa..r. pr..f. end proTldee delicate. and _i.lyel. -
.. .... pneumatic tires. extra tin djiutment not _lbl. br
J -CHRYSLER AIRTEMPPLAN ..lie. extra quality. wLth the new any other method Lover knife
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grocefafy awed ventilated; owmngs of finest aWabfe wood full poor" tread chrome alloy tool eteel. lipped
ALUMINUMROOFING Sift Pi.te.-PrrclMon dc) rut edn Attached with nachiaa

bleed ptrfectfr riot tW Jfvfe of jw hoele. Budget plan t, TO AIR CONDITION NOW! lel ribbed ban with to tlra Streamlined added strciuth.p.ralcur.I--chro..huD. plated en..

eiobtl.F4Kfra at'a>a 4s & : p $ Rwtdlsmet.r quality steel blade; attached fire sups. tfour piece tripe.Mallei equipped. tabular with steel rubber Pub Had bar

STORE TRAFFIC INCREASES, precUlon die east ipldcra.eel -.htn lart*. rubber .orrrMt _

CUSTOMERS SHOP LONGER, BUY MOREIN ....rt..rI.H..r... equipped with duty the. ball pae..rwDI. cait. Iitra wide tee ti.
See Your Dealer or tented aeU-adjiutlc* Utvu- Hub c:. Chromium plaud.
Ventilated Awnings of Orlando AIR COOLED STORES
Hardware Store The Pressed Steel Lawn Mower Is finding favor with m&.n1'users. .
14 E CHTJECH B'l'KOOH'111' and when properly constructed It has many advan-

-wE SERVE:;CENTRAL FLOJllDA"Pkcaet H. & Co. Profile Supply Co. tages the over Industry's the ordinary leader cast you Iron can mower.expect When a mower Introducedby that SHEFFIELD

Daugherty Distributors will set a new'standard of value. New method of sharpen-
ell Butt St. Ing produces a keener edge and insures quiet operation. y 2175

8Mdortl HI-J Oeala 1084-Green 'Orlando .694 Robinson et Bumby Phone 2-2456 Drive Wheele-M.11 n t.d withpuncture Shrub Ouard-Chromium plated. .6 111.
proof TalTeleu .
pncaallll1D"cL. teamleu steel tub'n
.t ORLANDO. FLORIDA matic Urea.id Ing $24.50
plater-tresmlined. Preel-
.r-E.tra Ian and rubber
lon machined and unbreakable.Reel .
--6" in diameter FIT* extraquality covered Revolve on ball bear
SHEET METAL lone life blade Four legs.
.pidor Roller,. Bracket Swivel typ*. tan 3r
Heel Bearing*-Heavy. duty ballbearint to adjust.
WINDOWSQUALITY ROOFINGAsbestos I *. equipped with patentour.Di.. cart from precision
ATTENTION ,GROVE OWNERS! Roofing ed self proof-sdj ustt dc.1<,. Trouble mad.* pattern, longer wear client.

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; Cowboys' Field Day State Hereford Page 26 _, 5%* same 6gnttoI-Ster Orlando, Florida, February 2, 1947 ) Celery\ Supply


If AL CODY

[Our Own Staff Correspondent]

KISSIMMEE-A "Jack-pot" roping contest and wild Breeders ListedSpecial Citrus Credit Association

; horse riding exhibition are the main attractions of a cow- I Continues LightLow

boy's field day scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 8, in Okeechobee. I ,

Gen. McKenny of Okeechobee,.is in charge of the [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star acre yields of celery have
Here
event and he claims that lovers.of action suited to the wide ford KISSIMMEE-A section included 24-page in the Feb- To Hear kept the market supplies well un-
open spaces win find what they ruary issue of the Florida Cattleman USDA Officials der the usual seasonal peak with
/want in the dangerous wild horse Den within their breeds. offers readers a complete no reasonable expectation of any -
contests which will be conducted listing of Hereford Breeders in the glut this Spring Sec. John Ford of ,,
,I without the use of chutes A The Southeastern Brahman State. and previews the sale of 45 R. Smith, director of the Fruit and Vegetable Branch the terday.In Florida. Farm Bureau said yes-

square dance to music by Montana Breeders' Assn. will elect officers top animals of the breed at Ocala Production and Marketing Administration in Wash- his monthly survey of the

-towboy barbecue string band will complete and an outdoor the- I at their annual meeting to be held Feb.Editor 2021.Bob Cody in co-opera- Ona Field and Dr. Paul L. Harding, horticulturalist stationed Indian River vegetable and citrus supplies ex-

,flay, The contests are open at 11 ajn. in Bartow on Monday tion with county agents and L. Bureau of Plant Industry in Orlando, will be the prin- Ford pected declared within the next 60 days
Feb. 24 will be most truck
Meeting
amateur contenders place H. Lewis of the State Marketing Set Feb. 18 I speakers at the annual of the crops
to professional and the Gilbert Oaks Hotel and at 3pm. meeting Florida Citrus Revolt Talks were shipping in lighter volume
and all who wish may enter Bureau has compiled data on Credit Assn. Tuesday. than usuaL
the will be at a -Ie
grwv>> guests
mad-scramble event approximately 110 Hereford meeting will be held in the
a special barbecue by: L. S. Harris at his ranches of which are con- For "Sales promotion through the
4n which nimble goats and frisky many a um of the Greater Orlando Due Tuesday
Bartow ranch.. American Farm
be roped. .... .... signing registered stock to the of Commerce Bldg. at Bureau at this
to
calves are supposed .6... .. .. time is
[Special The concentrated:
first officially sponsored Hereford to Sunday ] on citrus
: ajn. The Sentinel-SW
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Beef and dairy cattle exhibits sale in Florida. Prize money ONA-A large and potatoes." he added.
welcome group AI Whit- ,
-
is ready to VERO BEACH-Hundreds of
Ocala: I will be outstanding features of amounting to $750 has been offered i Without a freeze
cattlemen from all of the Florida Citrus Pro ., a substantial
Southern cattlemen tot h e the Florida State Fair, at Tampa to class winners.Dr. State Credit Assn. said this c citrus growers and shippers from supply of snap beans is expected.
Southeastern Fat Stock Show Feb. 4-15 and at the Cen- Q. Kv Davis nutrition technologist are expected to will be attended by z all parts of the Indian River sec- Lima beans from the lower East
and Saleto be held Feb. 25-28. tral Florida Exposition in Orlando at the Florida AgrIcul- Range Cattle citrus growers and their a tion are expected to attend a "se Coast also will be moving to the
and according to Dave Baffle Feb. 24-Mar. 1 A last tural Experiment station at Ona tion's field day at Ona guests from all the cit ,::: a cessionist" meeting at the Indian market in good quantity and quality -
Jr, general manager of the minute hike in the premiums has contributed an article on the cording to Dr. W. G. counties. ''t River County Court House hereon but are bringing a good price.
show, the four-day event will offered winning exhibitors at vital need for cobalt in the diet director In charge. morning session will be Heavy supplies of cucumbers
have a record number of en- the Tampa event has raised the of Florida cattle pointing out that i The speaking program / up with business of the as- w Tuesday at 2 pjn. I may be anticipated without cold
tries competing: for the nearly ante to nearly $1800 which may lack of mineral elements often I gin at 10:30 ajn. 'The and after a buffet lunch- s The meeting has been calledto weather affecting the price situ-
12000 in premiums being offer- result in its becoming the biggest causes animal failure which i County Cattlemen's meeting will be open to ,". enlist more Indian River ation, he said.
ed Sponsors of the show all-breed breeder cattle ranges from slight unthriftiness hosts at dinner at which time the a growers and shippers in the Late blight has affected the
and sale 'include: the City of show in Florida livestock history to severe breakdown and death. 12:30. and visitors will will discuss vital problems tomato crop in Dade County although -
Ocala Marion County the State In addition to the %1' Editorially The Cattleman reviews herds and pastures citrus industry. movement now sponsored by the it has not spread up the
the significance of resolu- Indian River Citrus League
Department of Agriculture, and classes offered at Tampa for afternoon. who is coming by f .% Inc East Coast yet. Peppers in that
tions adopted by the American spe ?
the.Agriculture Extension service the five principal breeds-Aber- National Livestock Assn. of Commissioner of arrangement of the U. S. zS to withdraw from "interior"Florida area also are suffering from dis
Breeds are expected to deen-Angus. Brahman Devon. Mexico's outbreak of hoof-and- Nathan Mayo. Director of Agriculture to ,. r. in all citrus affairs. ease.
lock horns in stiff show competition Hereford and Shorthorn-gen- mouth disease and heralds the J j Ida Mowry of the University citrus marketing prob- J r 'D A new marketing agreement for : Strawberries are moving In top
goaded by extra money erous premiums will also be offered appointment of past president of !tions Agricultural and Irlo Branson has spent much time with wk r. the Indian River section only plus :i quality with good. supply from
the Polled for crossbred" cattle developing the mar- Starke and Plant City. Ford
offered to exhibitor by "pore the Florida State Cattleman's ;r ; added.
of the State a separate State citrus commission
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Hereford. Aber including Santa Gertrudis. Assn.. P. program. .| HowoVer. squash generally Is
Shorthorn. E. Williams of Davenport will be the for the is the
among same territory aim !
deep-Angus, Horned Shorthorn, Brafords Brahman-Angus, and as one of five regional vice Participating in the the activity of the de of the movement. I has suffering from lack of rain. This
and Brahman groups for win- Brahman-Shorthorn crosses.: Presidents of the AmericanNational discussion, another fe in the problems of the' S. R. SMITH J. A. Martell. Vero Beach pres- affected the watermelon plant-
ings also he
nd vegetable industry. Be- to address :said.
Assn. representing the morning program will citrus men ident of the league called the
South. L'Ulgford of Plant war he handled the citrus> meeting after being requested last
'CITRUS NOTESCitrus I Brown of Webster, Henry City of the Fruit and and during Vegetable the growers throughout the State for week, by approximately 100 grow- I| Sumter Farmers Want

,' Water Control tin of Kissimmee. T. C. was Deputy Administrator the work he has been doing on ers and shippers to do so. More
Bahia
I ery of Arcadia and War Food Administration. seasonal changes in citrus fruits A large turnout of growers i Pastures
'Social'Club Project Started 'men. particular during the past 12 years. He will from Port Orange of the north, Soecia[ :! to The Sum: Sent net-Star' )
department has
Dr. E. M. Hodges of the review this work and present the I down to Loxahatchee on the : BUSHNELL-As seed supplies
Near Pierson will direct the tour of- Service and Federal the Federal In- Nomograph that he has workedout south and from such places as ,' become more plentiful,many Sum-
mental pastures and to show when Florida oranges around Mims. New Smyrna. Shl- jter'I County farmers are planting
Plans Events [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl The station now has Agreement Program.' grapefruit and tangerines are acceptable loh. Titnsville. Cocoa Melbourne j Bahia grass on oats for future
PIERSON-Work is being start- Hubam and White Harding is well known to for marketing. Wabasso Micco. Sebastian I I permanent pastures. County Agent
4 ed here on Pierson Water Control oats and Pangola and Indian River City, Vero i I K. A. Clark reported.
lr JACK GUKNETT Project No. 1 by the Volusia Soil growing. Beach St. Lncie. Fort Pierce. f Cattlemen are making strong
Conservation District in cooperation Visitors will see also Labor Stuart and other points, is expected efforts to control lice on their
[Our Own Staff Correspondent] I with U. S. Soil Conservation ments In wintering the Program here on Tuesday.It stock and a considerable numberof

f I 1TINTER HAVEN-The Florida citrus industry now has Service. herd on the range, is understood work is already: I I' them have done extensive...
'YY a real "social" club-known officially as "The Florida Preliminary surveys have breeding work with under' way to draft legislation for spraying during the past few 'Y''"
Club" and formed to co-operate with the Florida Citrus Ex- been completed by the SCS which presentation to the Florida Legislature I months with good results
I ,
en sion Sought
technicians who are assisting other crosses have at the next session calcu- Because of the destructive attack -
position at Winter Havep. The Florida .club will take with the project at the requestof ceptionally well and a lated at setting the Indian River i! of late blight last season.
charge of all the social events of'the festival and already the district. District Conservationist fattening value of area up as a separate and distinct Sumter county's tomato acreage
is planning a big reception for R. E. Witherell of Or- products. of present foreign farm labor legislation for unit-with no affiliations with the I will be smaller this year. Clark

Gov.Caldwell at Winter Haven on Exposition struggling to regain his lando explained. is being asked by the National Farm Labor Con- Lakeland setup or with the pres- added.
Trfflay. Feb. 21. when he will be voice after a bad cold which he Located In the "muck pond" with a hearing set by the House Agricultural Com- ent Federal control committees,
the principal and honored guest area north of DeLand. the area is ; Clayton UrgesMaximum now at Lakeland.
and speaker. Joe Hays citrus supply picked up while up the country... being developed with funds collected : History"S. in Washington Tuesday, Chm. LaMonte Graw of Pine Castle Variety Works
Bob Fender of Orlando stuck with
from the landowners. These Use "! e's progr committee said yesterday.
man Is temporary: president: several checks at a Lakeland cafe- ; Home Orchards General Mm Work
farmers petitioned the district: for ; or present foreign
W. A. "Worthy" Stanford grower
teria Bill Ward. ACCO's chief Building Contzaettai
its aid and MADISON Fifty Madison
in
contacting the SCS. legislation for
and shipper, is vicepresidentand one year
Of Citrus
citrus buyer wearing a solid color tie fora asked by the National probably would not take effectin County farm families added fruit New er Repair
Ralph Thompson grow-
change-and showing up with a I time to relieve the situation, and ornamental plantings to their Phone % %576 2-4808
er and gift box shipper. Is secre- riotous rainbowish creation the Georgia Growers Set [Special to The Sunday I Labor Conference with a or
yards and orchards during the
tary-treasurer. next day Frank: Seymour. GAINESVILLE- set by the House Agricul- ,they added. Pine Castle Fia.
er, home agent reported."ME000" .
GAG-SAC manager. hunting an Tobacco at Fort Pierce were urged recently I Committee in Washington However the National Farm
PERSONALITIES in the week's overcoat and galoshes for a trip to [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] maximum use of citrus Chm.' LaMonte Graw of Labor Conference will continue to
C.Walton Rex Washington this week. Wears a FORT PIERCE-Three Georgia abundant crops during program commit- push adoption of a domestic pro- Rolling Sfe"BARCOL" el Doors
of Orlando and Lou Kramer of size 40 benny and size 11 galoshesover farmers are growing tobacco few weeks to prevent : yesterday. gram during this session of Congress -
Lake Wales, former wheel horses [ an 8 1-2 shoe of course] .. plants near here according to and because they are the conference is Graw said. 0Vlnstock8'0"x6'8"Qr/
In growers' organizations confer- Folks say that California citrus got County Agent Charles D. Kime. tritious and wholesome legislation to estab- The general principles of the Garage Doors
ring" at Lakeland-wh1ch could hit harder than that State will Plants free of blue mold can be Director H. G; permanent domestic farm proposed national farm labor
mean another simon-pure produc- admit. here for Production and routing and recruiting: sys routing program has been approved ( 8'x7'Wood $85.00
grown ready setting in
ers' organization In the .. *
making. Graw added. by almost all of the farm and
Georgia about 10 days earlier istration In Florida Phone 475t FRANK SUPPI. CO. III Brookfeavci DrtHeraTo
} John A. Snivel of Winter LOT OF FOLKS are "
A wondering fresh citrus canned manager of the Florida commodity groups. he declared.
than they be in
Haven.proponent of prorate hesitating can grown
Just what Dr. P. Committee, and Dixon r
to pose for photographers Phillips has up his sleeve in the Georgia.. Kime said. Irish potatoes onions of Miami chairman of the f I IU IeM,4
and fresh and
apples.
because he was not wearing a coat way of a plan for the citrus In- : farm labor division recent-
...Latt Maxcy of Frostproof with dustry. He wrote Chairman Bol- granted. There are many ideas are plentiful and will Washington meetings
a pocketful of his special Havana lie Tillman of the Florida Citrus about what the doctor will talk plentiful supply for national conference.
cigars-which are too strong for Commission the other day and about-but the honest truth Isjust Citrus and Irish foreign labor agreements
a lot of"moochers" and saves him asked for especially abundant wit
a place on the agendafor this-he hasn't told a soul, to expire automati-
considerable John Snively. Jr.. the Feb. 5 meeting and Till not even his colleagues or his crops of both now going June. Under its authority ",
president of the Florida Citrus man said the request would be close associates. he explained. 4,000 Bahaman

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Covers Central! Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew



i I} Confuses Shippers State Loadings II I British Talk r Orlando, Florida, February 2,.1947 (Jljf frrnifcajj rottnrl- tar Page 27 I



. "I i ? (Sunday ,Sentmel-Stor t>: DICK 'COOPER Agricultural Editor Cut Shipment I I Florida Farm Experiment Station Starts J

I"OMPR'ITIIVEb1t1l11u by nil and water lines for citrus traffic to Fruit Purchases

v; Northern ports, with resultant changes In rates up and down Time on Citrus Prices Rise

almost daily has some shippers dizzy and kept Sec.-Mgr. John A.OTtourka I i

\ busy grinding: out bulletins keep members of the Growers Adoption of a system of State I I Possibilities that Britain may Lab Tests 1
-and Shippers League advised .-. On Dec. :5. the Interstate Commerce loadings for rail shipments of gift purchase fresh Florida citrus for During MonthFlorida on PrePackagingBy

Commission authorized rail and water lines increase. their rates 20I fruit packages. during the pre- export was seen yesterday by

I :per cent: and the rail lines did so effective Jan. 1 Then'on Dec. I I Christmas season cut transit timeto Charles Debbins. representative of farm prices are showingan J. FRANCIS COOPER in February and try out the meth- boxes, tray packs and transparentboxes )
consumers
, 13. the ICC denied the railroads' application for relief to publish Northern almost in the British Food Mission now InFlorida increase over those reported [Special' lo Jhe: Sunday Sentinel-Star] od on a field s,a1e. will be considered.
half. Sec. AI Voges of the Florida for preliminary talks with
,citrus: rates from Florida no lower than the motor-truck-boat rates to last month with principal gains GAINESVILLE- Laboratory I
I fresh SHIPPING STUDIED
Express Fruit Shippers Aunt said members of the Industry. By pre-packaging vege t
the North Atlantic ports such.denial to become effective Feb. 1. in vegetables and livestock the tests in consumer pre-packaging of
yesterday. "We certainly hope we can get vegetables at the tables. Florida growers and shippers Storage and shipping experiments -
Transit time was cut from S together'! with the citrus industryfor U. 8. Bureau of Agricultural Economics shipping point hope to receive a larger deal
are underway at the of win with the over-all
r\N Jan. 7. the water lines advised Its old rate of 46 cents per box to 6 days to 48 hours insuring : purchases but as yet we have reported here yesterday. Florida Agricultural: University Experiment hare of the profits, eliminate

would be Increased only three per cent or to 47 cents Jacksonville better quality fruit to consumers i not closed any deals" DebbinsI showed the Station here with pilot plant experiments the high percentage of waste shipping container temperature,
I Truck prices
I i crop and marketable life.
I and humidity
he added. declared. between producer consumer
to New York. Instead of the 20 per cent authorized which with increases reported scheduled in the field
Although not all sections of ; Debbins has been discussing biggest Jump. and place a better product on The field project in co-operaticn
would have been 55 cents per box. This produced a motor truck- in celery cucumbers, tomatoes within the next several months.
Florida affected the new with citrus the market. with will Include trial
were by possible purchases growers
boat rate from Orlando of 29 cents plus 47 cents or a total of potatoes and sweet po-
'1 Two project in
system it is planned to be con-: groups In Orlando Tampa and consumer pre When adequate packaging, refrigeration shipments to terminal markets and
n cents or eight cents per 100 tinued in the future. Voges de Lakeland. tatoes. The index on vegetablesrose to packaging revolutionary and transportation facilities to the USDA laboratories at Belta-

pound box under the rail rate clared. I I "We were down here several from 188 last December in the marketing of fresh produce : are available. Dr. Stahl vllle Md., comparing prepackaged -
In addition the association Is 238 in January. -are being made here by Dr. thinks the following advantages vegetables with those in the
of 7$ cents So the rail lines : times before and hope we can do
studying other methods of im- business." he said. "That's our job Beef cattle and veal calves also A. L. SUM, associate horticulturist will accrue from consumer packaging usual. packs.
adjusted their rates to represent proving transportation through its in coming to Florida." showed substantial price increases. ,R.K. Showalter assistant at the place of production: First tests will be made with

a basis of the motor truck rate. Y committee headed by M. T. Miller i While in Orlando, Debbins conferred However, citrus' prices showedthe horticulturist and A. H. Spur- Reduction in shipping expenses broccoli tomatoes sweet corn and
of Cocoa. I I with officials of the Fruit biggest drop which fell to their lock associate economist. (i through trimming of the inedible celery. Other vegetables will be
plus the boat rate of 47
cents Under the State loading system. Handling Storage and Transpor-I lowest point for January since Florida growers have become interested parts from the vegetables. i added as facilities become available -
which was a 10 cents per 100 -r<<. with cars shipped direct from tation Investigations of the U. 8. 1941. The on-tree price o>(; oranges in pre-packaging at the Retention of the original fresh- : Costs and labor and materials
I pound box reduction under the points as Mt.Dora to Philadelphia Department of Agriculture on the -dropped from 76 to 47 cents per shipment point in order to obtain ness and flavor for a longer time. requirements will be determinedalso.

Jan. 1 basis to become effective reloading in Jacksonville is elim problem of export shipping.At box. tangerines from $I.U to 76 some of the "spread"or"mark-up" i! Brand-naming by the grower to .
I Jan. 24. then being in fact two inated. Approximately 700 cars present no refrigeratedsteamships cents and grapefruit from 96 centsto i in the price of their products paid build up consumer: preference for i i The USDA Bureau of Plant
routed around Jacksonville are available for export 57 cents. by the consumer I, his quality produce.
" { were : Industry: will make tests of the
cents less than
the motor track- 64
- iF and that relieved the annual jamat service and only ventilated Egg prices slipped from Pre-packaging and other.; Increase the volume of sales bymaking '' pre-packaged products In tran-
boat rate. that center. I, vessels can be used. I cents to 57 cents per dozen and forms of "dressing up"the produce : fresh produce more suitable sit at the terminal markets and
butter from 82 to 73 cents per already are being practiced at the for self-service markets. 'I at BelUville.
t boat line then asked the ;$ pound. terminal markets and studies ofi II t I
THE Total cash receipts for 1946 were I RESEARCH LISTED After the produce reaches the
for to increase '" > I I i terminal packaging are being
authority
$366.285,000 compared with $33- The Experiment Station already retailer, exhaustive studies will be
; r r Care made at Columbus. Ohio. Newark. I
'Its rate from 47 to 55 cents Picking UrgedTo
per 086.000 for 1945. with receipts I Syracuse, N. Y. Cornel University. is conducting research on the ; carried on by the Bureau of Agricultural
box basis. Jacksonville. to New ; larger for both livestock and crops. 'Purdue University, and in Cali-I I suitability of various films tem- ;,. Economics and the Farm
York and complained they would ornia. perature requirements of specific Credit Administration to deter-
,not be able to attract any of the Volusia 'CitrusActivity ]I I I vegetables when packaged in various mine retailer and consumer reaction -
.citrus traffic in view of the lower Curb Fruit DecayWith The studies recently started films and packages and how the products are handled -
In Florida are the first to be I methods of handling vegetables types of packages seeming to
rail rates effective Jan. 24 . Noted made at the
shipping
point. previous to packaging The USDA have best appearance on arrival
So the ICC called the railroads
The Experiment Station's Agricultural also has under way an experimentto condition of the product and eco-
of Florida -
markets a record rate decay in
and requested the Jan 24 rates reporting
i In Box ShipmentsSpecial Economics Department, determine the relative advantages nomic factors-comparative costs
not be filed and aurreated'the7 officials at the Orlando laboratory of the U. S. i I
JOHN A. O'ROURKE fruit the Farm Credit Administration I and disadvantages of retail- mark-up, and so on
Issue a new supplement to include '. changes keep him busy Bureau of Plant Industry yesterday urged shippers to observe [ to The Sundoy Sentinel-Star the U. S. Bureau of Agricultural ,. pre-packaged fresh fruit and I

the eight cents I boat rate greater care in picking. DELAND-A new surge of activity Economics- and others will study ,, vegetables. w. .. "jJ11r.ir

Increase. 47,to 55 cents in the Tail rates This resulted in J. R. Winston senior horticulturist in charge of fruit was noted this week in the the costs transportation retail The new laboratory project
the change-of-pace whereby rail lines published a supplement handling, prices and consumer acceptance -
Jhe and Vegetable Handling, Transportation 01 citrus groves of West Volusia : of provides for physiological studies "I
effective Jan. 24 reflecting a reduction of approximately 10 cents per and Storage Investigations County and much of the crop is pre-packaged products. of rate of respiration and moisture (
100 pounds, under the citrus rates which became effective Jan. 1, and pointed out that while the 'pulled' oranges is likely: to be going out in boxes again rather loss optimum stage of maturity a.*. IN .M ..r.Coatrsetere .
Is issuing another supplement effective Feb. 1. which increases the advantages and disadvantages of about the same as in 'clipped than In bulk. DICKMAN BUYS MACHINES ,harvesting, grading, trimming -
operationsare
Jan. 24 rail rates by.eight. cents per'100 pound box. "pulling" and "clipping" apparently fruit conducted wherever with the reasonable During the weeks: of mid-Jan- Growers shippers suppliers and washing, waxing and dipping St* Our Ftsturt Mtrckaate
Display
: balance each other uary most of the fruit in this others interested. who formed the pre-cooiuig: and storagelife 41-4J
care. at various N. Male St. FhOB S-JTU
been failure to stress careful picking that section was piled into trucks: in Florida Vegetable Pre-Packaging temperatures
MEANWHILE the boat line has : authorised by the ICC to The horticulturist: asserted
\ Jacksonville with either method was boosting In pulled fruit developsless bulk, for delivery to processors Council at a meeting in Orlando Packaging materials will be test-
M' rates also bi-elgbt cents box. to general
per decay. blue A sidelight on the state of the recently will co-operate In this. ed for moisture vapor transmission -
Nsw York- and from 10 cents to',6' cents Fort Pierce to New stem-end rot but citrus.more I citrus market here was seen Wednesday the first co-ordinated research respiratory gas transmission Start Your Own

York on Feb. 1. which reflects the original 20 per cent increase This season shippers generally mold"The than reduction"dipped in stem-end rot when William C. [Bull I project in the field of source packaging transparency, prevention of microorganism HYDROPONICGARDENFer

allowed In the ICC bearing, granted Dec. S All this reflects! are receiving more complaints I I in trult varies inversely ,! Smith invited purchasers out to I of fresh vegetables in COn- growth, sealing proper- Afl btormattra
from the market regarding exces- 'pulled his north of Green's dairy ties, tensile strength and flexi How to do It. what. materials to as*.
the rate maneuvering of the boat line to publish a lower rate and in with the amount of item parts left .i grove sumer-sized containers.
than
sive decay in Florida fruit .. where to get tttm-rwrtrf M
tbs rail lines insistence to protect through rates, as low or lower claims of the on the fruit." he said. with a promise that he would contribute Paul B. Dickman. prominent bility.
and the !
recent years half of the purchase price Ruskin grower and chairman: of Both type and size of packages. SOILLESS GROWING
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than the motor truck-boat lines But U also leaves the ship well founded I
receivers appear RIND TEARS DETRIMENTAL"If I. for all fruit sold to the March of the council, is expecting to receive Including individual wraps bunch BO MIT MIAMI.FtA.
per la such confusion as to what rates will be from day-to-day that Winston declared.
the calyx: points are removed, Dimes. two pre-packaging machines early wraps, hood, wraps, bags window
. one citrusmaa suggested that shippers call a halt until the carriers "Warm weather conditions suchas is reduced greatly. If _
stem-end rot
settled down to a stable rate'ltale. have prevailed this Winter tendto plus the stem
these calyx: points
the fruit prematurely,there-
, age is
by rendering it more susceptible to button are severed, the rot reduced -
A. H. Reppard of the Florida Association of further.
, Soil Conserva- and favoring the
PRSS. rapid spoilage, is
District Supervisors has called meeting of directors: Feb. GIn growth of our principal rot fungi "The increase in blue mold
Gainesville to'discuss needs of agricultural equipment in the 35 which thrive in mild weather.- due largely to the rind tears that
pulling especially -
during
l Florida districts ,,Florida Farm Bureau officials will confer in However. by shipper keeping may occur when the fruit is not picked 'e"
Jacksonville with the State Plant Board on Feb. 17 on the proposed a constant cheek on picking operations with reasonable care." /

j quarantine of California citrus to protect Florida from infestation of to reduce "plugging"and In the case of "clipped" fruit 1
: the seed-borne "quick,.decline" now plaguing West Coast groves "clipper cuts" the possibility "clipper cuts" may be found in ( 4
t M. R. Mehrhoff. poultry specialist witlv.the state Extension Service,I of decay can be reduced materially the rinds near the stems and Y'b

has called !a jneetins: ; of,the dartd** Poultry Council for Orlando on [ he added. when the,job is not done carefully
Feb. 27. tncstlB?'to-thr County'Commissioners room in the CourtHouse Decay is more prevalent in the these wounds in "cUpped"fruit ,
groves this season.Winston asserted. may: be as prevalent as : I
I Although the temperature and "plunlng" In "pulled" citrus. :
w humidity being kept at the same Winston said."Whether '
RABBITS are declared to be 85 per cent edible by members of level as In former years in the fruit is 'clipped or \ .

,'' &. :Producers Co-Operative. In California Orlando holding rooms of the 'pulled,' special treatment is nec- S .
consumption of rabbits on the household menu vies with that of J USDA. fruit is decaying there more essary to check the developmentof

poultry In Australia, rabbit skin exports which have IncreasedIn rapidly than before.HARVESTING the decay that develops during .,. ,,
value since Ult from $1,391.000 to $tOS. CHANGED the transit and marketing period"
0.000 a year are now "Many shippers believe that'this he added.
that continent's sixth most valuable product hi the
overseas excessive decay is caused largelyby 1
TREATMENTS LISTED .. .
market and good rabbit trappers have been earning from 8163 to changed methods in harvesting I N ,.
5'
... net a week with the U. 8. the biggest buyer of skins for felt hat fruit since pulling is being used The USDA official listed the following 'k 4S .'. 4
manufacture. instead of the older conventional treatments which if applied
'clipping.: the horticulturist said. properly could be expectedto
He said that experience has reduce decay to approximately "

Potato shown that lemons limes grapefruit one-third or one-fourth of that "-- ',, .
Protest -
Cut fruit
Shippers and Temple orgsnges may developed in untreated :
be "pulled" because the rind is not [I) The borax treatment, [31 i
torn easily or "plugged. However, sodium ortho-phenyl-phenate incorporated _
In Refrigerated Car ServiceRailroad tangerines and other oranges tend In wax emulsion. (31
to "plug" and tangerines particularly : diphenyl treated fruit wraps or [iJ

commissions growers and shippers of five almost always "plug" after diphenyl treated case liners.
For borax to give its best results -
Southeastern State are joining in"a to the Inter- they have ripened to the point
protest where they have acceptable flavor the fruit should be dippedin
state Commerce Commission on withdrawal, by railroadsof The tendency to "plug" varies a five per cent solution on arrival E

refrigerated. service to shipments of Irish potatoes along from grove to grove and increaseas at packing house and set

the Eastern seaboard, Sec.-Mgr. John'A. O'Rourke of the fruit the ripens.season advances and the aside washing until and the paekinr.next day By before this

Growers & Shippers League said* "But the degree of care exercisedby method the borax [a mild antiseptic .

yesterday. < railroads propose to continue refrigerated the pickers determines in a ] is left on the fruit over-
O'Rourke declared'growers and large measure how much 'plugging' nlrht.
shippers in Dade County and aloes car service to Western will result," Winston declared. Another method of applying

Lake Okeechobee would be affected Florida Western Georgia Alabama I "Studies by Federal and State borax but not nearly so effectiveIs ,

most by the proposed withdrawal and other Southern States. f agencies over a 10-year period to pass the fruit through a INSECT SPRAYS
tank containing borax solution located -
show that the amount of decay
which if not. protested "Approximately 12,000 carload: from all caused developing in: between the washer andie
would take effect Feb. 10. shipments of Irish Potatoes are drier. By this method, however

Joining the Growers Shippers made during the season" O'- perhbabl'e the borax cannot be left on the (contaIns Hoxaethyl fofrophosphaf)
under
protective serv fruit to be effective
long enough
League la the protests are Rourks said.
I lee" be explained. because the borax must be rinsed
the State railroad commissionsof The organic insecticide that has been
"Many of these are of the "However, now all railroads are off the fruit before it paaaes into new
.;a) Florida Georgia South Car- Bed Bliss variety which Is high jointly issuing a reduction to icing the drier.A '
.w. ollna. North Carolina and Virginia. -, quick-acting fungicide known giving such spectacular results against
ly perishable and decays papid- I lof potatoes from shippers! along
O'Rourke added.
ly during warm weather. For the Atlantic Seaboard. We have as sodium ortho-phenyl-phenate is '_or
The proposed withdrawal Is assailed many years shippers have been 'filed a protest with the ICC. and also effective in checking: decay.It '.;
by Eastern: Irish Potato able to protect their Irish Potatoes request the suspension Of the discriminatory can be applied best in conjunction -
during transit by Icing tariff." with wax emulsion. The material -
growers as discriminatory sine the,
should be flooded on the :
APHISVAPOTONE
at a concentration approxi-
mately one per cent sodium ortho- .

We Con Solve Your Problems for phenyl-phenate emulsion. mixed In the wax

Fruit Individually wrapped In
diphenyl-treated normally
paper
carries to market in sound con has been tested and has VAPOTONE distributed by: HECTOR
CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIAL ANDLOGGING dition. Specially-desirBed case

liners treated with diphenyl are been used commercially on Florida SUPPLY CO.,JACKSON GRAIN CO., KILGOI.
about as effective as the indlviduar .
wraps crops for aphis controL SEED CO., NACO FERTILIZER CO.
Whether the fruit is treated with
> borax sodium ortho-phenyl-phe

EQUIPMENT nate. or diphenyl employed the VA P OT 0 N E. has already established VA P 0 TO N E is available at your local
shipment should be under refrig-

1 eration. which further reduces liability itself in pest control programs. dealer.
to decay: and preserves the
Distributors for fresh flavor of the commodity.
Transit refrigeration alone is not

Tractors Elgin Sweepers Refuse Getters affording adequate protection
International prawler -
against decay this season.Winston
Industrial Wheel:Typo Tractors and Cedar Rapids Asphalt Plants and concluded. CALIFORNIA SPRAY-CHEMICAL CORP.

Diesel Engines crashers'

Bucyrus-Erto Senpers-BoHdesers. .., Roger ,Low-Bed Trailer National Gardening Orlando, Florida

Carco Logging ,Winches .i Euclid Hauling Equipment Week Set Feb. 2-8

American Preformed Cable Northwest Shovels-Cranes Recognition the need for a

DUton Chain Saws Gallon Graders and Rollers peace-time garden program is being -
given in observation of Feb.2-9
Sawmill Edters.. etc ,k EtnyreDistribntorsLowther as National Gardening Wee k. INSECT
-C-Sa wsWo
Orange County Agricultural Agent

other.. lines of popular equipment. Fred Baetzman said yesterday.The ; 1
also handle many week was set aside officiallyby 4 SPRAY.

Secretary of Agriculture Clin- IE
ton P. Anderson who paid tributeto I
I HoroefhyA
Contain
FLORIDA-GEORG1A TRACTOR CO the home garden's contribution '..
healthful foods during the war \ To/rapnojpnafo ) 1
and urged its continuation during '

LAKELAND. n.&. JACKSONVILLE FLA. MIAMI. FLA.tm peace-time. (
state ." Pit... MM not w. Btarv I:. Pkoae Idles JIM N. Miami Ave. Pkege MW4SAVANNAH. : > 'f
( A.B. C.ALUMINUM for APHIS control I
GA. WAYCROSS. GA. -
S4N Bay St Exl nope 3-OT1 Ufl State Street Phone 111 I CASEMENT 'I

Local Representatives W. FINLET MASON Phone 2-3111 Orlando I SASH
:
C* STOCK Now available at ORLANDO EX-CEL STORE

.sALES--BENTALs.; PARTS_ -.SERVICE I' HOME INSULATION Phone tog CO. I

ass orange AT. leap Par 205 Robinson Are. Phone 2-3524

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These figures released here yesterday by C. H.
Admission $1.21 pins tax were 23 welders. Sending You Red ROMS {'
f Students SOe plus tax Bruce, manager of the Orlando office of the Florida State.. Also registered for work were an One Entire Week! ;r e ;
Employment Service. ice skater several horsebreakers. AND HIS 1t : MARSHlL I. Fttcj
A The greatest demand i.. for un_ professional golfers and baseball GEORGIA CLODHOPPERSWITH 2x
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managerial six clerical and made at the Florida State Em-
WITHOUT QUESTIONServing sales 51. service 12. skilled 16. ployment Office, 22 E. Pine St..
; semi-skilled six. unskilled 68 and Bruce pointed out.
i agriculture two. Job orders will also be taken
I Job applicants Include pro- over telephone 7178. Annie Lou & Danny

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COURSE DINNERS $1.50'UP unskilled 138, agriculture 121, / t Open 12:15
others 222. -I NOW SHOWING!
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unfilled due to lack of balance between and Poultry: pa Thursdays
Main Lobster Fried Chicken Prime Steaks qualifications of applicantsand DELICATESSEN-RESTAURANT AND t Ey
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employers.
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JAY MILLERand of 5645. ., FEB. 3rd, ':15 P.M. Taxes: Included. PATRICK S/X/ SUNNY SONGS latlfiag 4ai.atal Taiss at.
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FROM 9 P.M. TILL 2 A .M. veterans from Federal funds whichare 4tlI 5. ACE"Starring.. "UNCLE REMUS SAID""SOONER w
tabulated monthly on a State AUTO PAINTING OR IATER" RUTI WIRRCR sad LOCItEC.
CHICKEN & STEAK DINNERS wide basis. ..... a.f Iht.l. t.1..,
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non-veterans for the week reflected -
Till 2 A.M. an increase from the previous $35 COMPLETEAny
Cover Charge 50c Saturday 75c week when $68,452.50 was

Phone Sl10 NO COVER CHARGE Closed paid.State unemployment compensation : color-24-hour service"This 1 a/.... o,.. rare

ReservaUons BEFORE 8:30 P. M. Sundays on ,I for a maximum Of $15 maximum of 16 weeks is paid to is not a special; ,'this price applies any"lime" TODApe AND 1:15: MON. Now SNOWINGF if

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Safety F ( Organize
overture to Beethoven's Immortal "FromeWD.O ( aO) WN.C (HO) WLO uno

theus" and Brahm's Symphony No. 1 in C Minor g :': D _= ========- g::: :::::t:: ::

t Jiigh school courses to:teach.safe driving and general comprise the program Dr. Karl Krueger has araoo lin- l4ews ._____. Sews Summary unit of the Florida Forward Through Education -

:: automobile safety will be inaugurated in Orange County ranged for the third "Sunday Evening Hour"broadn O orN;' rld: =t .rt Tsbernacis Church Committee will be organized at a meeting here Tues-

following a teacher training institute at the Angebilt Hotel J cast by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra over 8-45 ChrIst for World NBC String Quart" Tsbern&cle Church day night featuring an address by John R. Miles, representative -

r Feb 4-6.: Supf. of Schools. :Judson Walker announced yester- WLOF from 8 to 9 p.m. 1.00 CBS Sews ____ sws Roundup Coast to C. on Bill"Invitation Bus of the Committee on Education of the U S. Chamber -
9:15 Refro Valley Story to Order Coast
:
dav- f to Learning" begins 33-weet :: & :: ,
.. a se9:30: BonITo Vs.Uey =: Words end Music Coast Bus of Commerce. r':
ries devoted to a thorough exploration of the topic 1:45 .Johnson FaJDl17 The D B B linen Coast to C. on BusPlzrsuit
Representative\ ,teachers of 'aIH Fi .. The meeting will be held at 7:30
county high schools will attend II of Happiness" at 12 noon over WDBO. 10:00 Church of AU __. Rlahmhta of B.ble Messa. uS Isr.. p.m. in the second floor assemblyhall
The subJect will be considered from four :;; : : ;::: : r
the thrett-da1'htatn1n; course Under Rigid Well general ; Pr a K;; o n at the Greater Orlando Chamber
the (guidance- .of .Dr. H. R. : :.4" : approaches--philosoph1cal. act.ive. artistic and 10:43: Voice 01 Prophecy Circle Arrow Show BoutherulIres ... of Commerce Bldg.

.,:.. Danford of the National Coo5ervafT religious. For the opening broadcast Un Yutang. U =::I i;ri d i: :: === : :::; g= A. C. Slaughter C of C secreta-

Uon Bureau. The teachers then Drilling Rules noted Chinese author and philosopher discusses 11:30 Ball Lah ChoIr News B1ahll.hta lit Presby Church ry-manager will preside as repre-
will supervise Institution oT similar : Confucius' "Analects." 11:45 8.1' lake Choir Solitaire Time __ lit Crosby Church sentative citizens from all Orange

courses for other teachers and HereImmediate William Holden Claire Trevor and Kenny Del- g ;: : = : :: : :: =.- ;:: 2 =: :: J groups County gather civic to and form educational the unit.

students., Urged mar share the leading roles in "Farmer Takes a 12:30: GosPel Hour World Front -- 811udu 8trla. Ii

,Walker ,aa1d ,the county school enactment and strict Wife" when the folk comedy b presented by 1:;: :::: ::: = WOttdOflt. _= sYmolLSll!_:I I ""The meeting Is open to aU

board Is sponsoring the teacher enforcement of rigid State regulations "Theater Guild on the Air" at 10 p.m. from WLOP. 1:15: ao.pd Hour ___- America UDlted : I'1aDO Music ___. persons interested in the advancement I
Institute In recognition'of the for well drilling rather Joseph SzigeU is violin soloist with the New 1:30: 8uD. 8ereaad. __ U. ChL Roundtable Samm, K.e --- of education x x SoSlau&hter
1:45: Ho.ard It. Smith U. ChL RoIIDdtab.e Kae-Faet. ncuos said "and everyoneIn
ever-growing traffic safety prob- than "some drastic water conser- York PhitharmonlcSymphony. with Charles Munch
lem which is being Increased each 2:00: W'U7 peas Renew RCA Victor Show WarrioR 01 Puce I the county with the advancement -
vation law is Florida's best contmulng '
step as guest conductor at 3 p.m. from 2-15 wkly Ne.. Rerlea RCA Victor Show Warriors 01 Peace schools at heart is
of
year by about 1.000 high school in solving water supply problems. WDBO 2.30 Here: To 1'a Sanest of Stars Lutheran Hour our "
students who become eligible for Sen. Walter Rose told : here's va __- Bcrest of Stars lutheran flour invited to attend.
yesterday W. M. SUTTON newly appointed "The Unmerciful Steward." a Biblical story of : : ::
drivers' licenses. representatives of five State groups residential; sales manager for the N. v. och. She..ff.r Farad. Dau.er Dr.Dasild Miles. with many years of edu-
meeting here to discuss water ron- forgiveness and retnbutlon will be heard as the 3:15 H. Y. Ph1l. Ore!,. Sheatler Parade Dan.er Dr. DaDf"1d cational and research activities behind -
South Atlantic Gas Co. with headquarters
This is the first attempt by second ABC broadc t of -"The Greatest Story Ever 3:30: N. Y. Phil. Orcb. ODe ".D': "aD1l17 Prea.Ir"ID HoUw'dTold" and advocate of "in
servatlon. In Orlando. Sutton will : : : him an
the board 3:41: H. Y. PbU. Vrch. Oue MaD" "aml1 Air Laue Trio --
to begin to tope with "No drastic water conservation supervise sales In Winter Park .. at 6'30 p.m. oer WLOF 4:00 H. Y. Pb1l. Orcb.: The Quiz Kids n' Thus our Children telligent self-interest and com-
safety problems. but we feel program should be started until a Sanford and DeLand as well as Music of the Americas," tunes representing 4:15: H. Y. PhiL or-b. The Qwa KIdS __ The. our Children munity spirit of the business man"

that take driver education Is likely to thorough analytical investigationby In the Orlando area. Before coming the American republics, are featured by Phil Spi- :: : : : g: -.: t: :: : : : === g :: : :: == for educational progress will be
a significant place in our an engineering committee is ta1ny and his all-girl orchestra CBS' '' accompanied here by Cliff D Davenport -
to Orlando Sutton was residential on "Hour of 1:00: Faml17 Hour __ Symphony Orcb. Darts for Doa.h
school systems" Walker said. made." Rose said. recommendingat .sales manager for the Mississippi Charm" heard at 4:30: p.m. from \YDBO. 5:15: FamIly Hour ___ Symphony Oreb. Darts lop Dough I' of Tallahassee member of

"It has become apparent that least a two-year study of the* Power and Light Co. George Ricci. cellist, and Stanley Freedman BJ;: :: : :: g:: : ; ===== I the executive committee of the

I we must educate our future drivers water supply situation. pIanist, will combine forces for the "Coffee Con1.00 Oasis B Harrl C.Uloll Hoar __ MIUUlC Heirs u__ Florida Forward Through Education JOHN K. MILES

in safety and proper driving tions Rose by was the backed groups'in approval his asser-ofa supply of several Florida cities. ccii" devoted to the A major Sonata of Beethoven. : : ::= ':': Catho1ciiour....: ;: \\u.St 'T d- i Committee.The Orlando.meeting is one of . to speak here

.' technique if we ever are to solve proposed bill concerning licensing pointing out that Board of Health Heard at 8:30: am. from WLOF. 145 Kate SmIth un__ Bob Burn ___h Great Stor Told 31 scheduled to be held in the- ------ --

> local. State and national safety of drillers and setting up I laws pertaining to certain typesof Ethel Merman star of "Annie Get Your Gun" 1:00: Oene Alltn _-_- .J.ck Benny _n Drew Pearson larger centers of the State as the j Harvey Portsmouth. N. H.: Mr.

problems." of uniform standards for drilling wells" "are being violated con is guest on the "Tam1ly Hour' at 5 p.m. from n ::idi&n ttl ttiBnaw I oD Tb: Clock I' committee seeks means of school and Mrs. S. A. Smith of Clarks

In addition to Dr. Danford. the procedure.The stantly. WDBO. 1U Blondie _dh_____ Fitch BaDd.nOD The Clock _______ improvement in the State. This,
Attending the conference were I burg, W. Va; E. H. Greenleaf, Albany
teacher training program will Include would create Ruggiero Ricci, American violinist will be 8:00: 8am Spade --- Charlie MeC.rth SUD. In-HOii"r": : : Slaughter pointed out, will include

Chief of Police Roy Larson laws designed proposal to eliminate "hap- Dr.Health A. ;F.A.Garland.P. Michaels State,Board Florida of i, heard In the "Staccato Etude" of Wieniawskl and ::: : := r-= :: : :::: ;:: ::: =: i I endeavors to provide additionaland N Y.: C. W Prysl. Newark
J. B. Kirkpatrick. state Motor Vehicle 0. Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Brewer
______ satisfactory school facilities ;
an arrangement of Sun.Eve.Hour'Sunday
hazard drilling methods' and Society of Engineers: W. A. Mc- Chopin's E flat "Nocturne" on 8:45: Ned Calmer Tommy Dorsc? .: -
Inspector. and Mrs. Anne establish specifications fo- wari- Mullen Jr., Clearwater Sewage Strings" at 12:30 PJD. over WLOF. .00 HlIde.arde _-_u_ Mert7 Go RouDd Walt., 'nch,1MozartS to eliminate the present lack in all of Pittsfield Mass.: Mr\. and
Bronkhorst. Girl Scout leader. el d IJ centers, improvement of curricula.,
Qua types of wells. Works Assn.; J. A. Riviere Orange famous "AlleluIa" is sung by the Salt n; Eddy Bracken '::"' FamIliar Music _- Jimmy alt Idler .=: Mrs. John Shilling of Blue Island.
of
Danford will discuss the traffic Further discussions of the water County: Engineer: S. K. Kellar: Lake Tabernacle choir: an organ program is also 1.45 Eddy Bracken __0 FamilIar Music .. Polleewoman ---. securing teachers and higher school staffs salaries of for all m.

teats accident and Instruct situation the teachersIn driver supply situation were planned by I American. Waterworks Florida Assn.Works: EllisK. presented at 11:30: a.m. from WDBO. The program g: i: : t ::: g ::: : -:-:: :: : g U :. phases and other features tending A. R Johnson. T. Sprague andC.

five committees, who accepted an Phelps. Sewage also includes "The Lord's Prayer." -rhe Vesper 10:30: We the People _._ Meet a' Peuh: Theater Guild __ toward higher educational stand- 1. Sprague all of Union. Ontario -
setting up safety education invitation from the 10-man Florida Assn.: Van Every Larkin Co., Hymn" "Come. Thou Glorious 10:45: We. Ute Prople -- Mee st Pesrky's Theater Guild --
courses In the schools. : Butler. Pa., and the Florida Well Day.rrIum P h 11'00 New..Fea'ure Weekend News World TonlteSpt8I ards.The Canada; R J. CftertonXMc-
0
to -
water committee i. -
.Larson will talk resource I, Drillers Assn. legislative committee I I _Thanksg'vm'___ g and 0 Lord of Hosts." 11'15 RePOrt UNO -_u Behind HeadllDes Frt To Music Orlando unit, when organized -
: on driving regulations hold a joint meeting at Lakeland. __ BlItterfield.1 will become continuing Henry, HI; J. E. Killer, Marion,
woI tiaoi WNac 11:30 Music You Know Pa..lfle Story Billy a -
*nd Kirkpatrick will stress David B. Lee chief engineefor !. composed of ChIn. Clyde Freeman ,! 8:00: Melodies ___ WLOF (123.' 11:45 MusIc You Know PacifIc Story u_ Billy_ BlItterf.eld group operating in conjunction I[Mass.; Mrs Minnie Dixon. Bristol.
the importance of enforcement of the State Board of Health expressed -j J. B. Hurst. president; H. D. ::::::_:.:_-::::= --- --__---_-_---- 12OON.ws News SignOft ------- ,
------ and with the the
I. --- ---- help of R St. Thomas. Ontario -
Wis. Herbert
Day and M. R Vaughn. both of ni: SEE:! =_ ______ _ 12-15 MusIc :
concern over the water Tampa; Pat Carroll, West Palm I: .___ _____._______.___ ::_-_____:::::_::: 12:30: MusIc = State committee Slaughter explain Canada and Mrs. Ella Bar-
Gardenshire Bar- 'Fooih: dbt Hour __ _______. Organ RenDI. _. 12'45 Music --------.. d.
JOYCE'SDRIVE, traffic laws in preventing acci Beach tow. and Clay 'l:15 MethodIst Hour -_ _________. Orgsu Reveille 3OSSlZfl: Off ________ Members of a preliminary com- den. Marion Mass. Membershipnow

IN dents. I mittee appointed to arouse inter- total 735.Georgia .

mud Ton ret lowest better' price food at, quicker tbe (hivo service In.OpenlSsoont.2P.M.andfrom. the Mrs.Girl Bronkhorst Scout program will speak in,driver on Early Hearing of Klan Mrs. Dessie Smith, Winter Park News est State in committee the Orlando include unit: of the i,'1 Man Held


t to }; P. ft daily Sunday 12 to U. education and training.CLOVER Suit in Georgia Asked Mother of American Maxwell W. Wells commander. Here Check Charge
Georgia MARGARET GREENE. Telephone Winter Poik 233 Legion Post No. 19, Car- on
V. 5. II '*, 12, .U UiudfaeyAn ATLANTA [UPJ Attorney Gen- iy olyn M. Frie commander. American
Samuel D. Wallace of Savannah.
GRILL eral Eugene Cook said yesterdaythat House Speaker Dies 116 E Now Englond; Ave Hours:, 1l-l7ard 4-5. Monday through Friday. Legion Post No. 227: C. R.
In the
. Ga., held yeste/day
-- i was :
Morgan Belser. Ku Klux Klan Coffin and Mildred N. Nicolaus

1 S. COTJRT ST. i attorney. had requested that the SWA1NSBORO. Ga. tAPl Mrs. Winter ParkBrevities Winter Park bet adjutants of the two Legion posts: county jail on charges; of issuing

Good Jisl Food H Block'. From Seasonable Orange) Ave.Prices I suit to remove the Klan charterbe Dessie D. Smith. mother of GeorgeL. I Mrs. H C Huegele and Mrs. C. T. worthless checks following his return
called for trial tomorrow. Smith. speaker pro tem of the Walker of the Florida Federationof here from Pensacola where

CLUB BREAKFASTS ,I Cook said he was "astounded" Georgia house, .died Friday night I Women's Clubs; J. B. Walker. he was arrested Thursday.

See and noAH at the request because of attemptsby after a lengthy illness. Her husband Fund Drive superintendent of public instruc- Sheriff Jim Black said that
Fruit Juices M Gov. Herman Talmadge to fire operates the Smith hospital WINTER PARK-The City I I For tion for Orange County; O R. Wallace is suspected! of the issuance -

his assistants.He Davis principal. Memorial Junior of several worthless checks
.. IL44 said that since he was involved here.Mrs.. Smith was prominent in Commission will meet tomorrow I High school; F. Cliff Cashion. which he gave out as binders In

RAPETTIFOR in suits involving title to church work and at one time was at 7:30: p.m. for its regular February I I WINTER PARK-Letters have president and Burton Thornal. I "business deals" or the purchase

the: Governorship he could not vice president of Georgia P-TA. session. I been mailed to Winter Park residents -I member of Orlando Junior Chamber of property or business Interestsas
agree to immediate trial of the Other survivors Mrs. Martin Niemoeller will i explaining the needs of the of Commerce; Mrs. E Harold a ruse for also cashing personal
SPAGHETTI Klan suit. include another I speak at 4 p.m. today in the Con- 1 I Johnson president, Sorosis Club checks. -
'
Dr. Wilder in its eight agencies ;
I t. C P M.-CV .4 Monday: son. Smith who is associated gregational-Christian Church witha 'community I S. E. Whittle. Veterans of Foreign Wallace also Is believed wanted
T NEW LOCATION with his father here; a : public address system in the which depend entirely or in a Wars, Mrs. Ralph Miller Florida by Savannah police. Black salct

129- Orlando OB Sanford AY. ,Short-Cot Winter Park SKATING TODAYMatinee sister Mrs. Bemer W. Maynard. I'' Fellowship Hall. adjoining for the large part for their support upon Congress of P-TA and Spencer ,, -- ---- -- ---
BOAT -
ELECTRIC CRUIS&j1iflower8akedcans
Orlando. Fla.. and two brothers. overflow audience Fund. Locke, local =
I the Community representative. AFL. '
2:30 Till 5:00 Edwin Wilder. Tallahassee, and H. I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Emer- I Robert J. Bishop of OFFTHERECORDFrom
Orlando
II Fund drive will ,
The
I Evening 8:00 Till 11:00 J. Community
Orlando. of
Wilder. son Highland Park, 111, are here president of the Florida Junior
RHONDA Music Funeral services will be held for a visit with her mother. Mrs. be held Feb. 5 to 15. Chamber of Commerce and
Kamond public
AnGfce/fcatr 1AIALMTERRAC& Organ here tomorrow. R. W. Stevens. 535 N. InterlachenAve. I Accompanying the letter is a i relations representative of I he Associated Music Cente i I II

: ::FsycIifC and CairvojranTADVICE / Private Parties for Mrs. Stevens also has as her chart showing how the Community I Florida Cham Store Assn.. is secretary byVIRGINIA
guest her Miss
Schools Churches granddaughter. Ann
of the State
Fund dollar is divided. committee
Birthday Parties, ete. LLOYD'S CAFE Stafford of Bradford Junior Col- PAYNEWe
t AND HELPU Inquire about special rates Under New Msnagement lege. Haverill. Mass.. for a short II Workers who will solicit include: I I

I I troubled consult this renowned for parties. Hours 6 A. M to 11 P. U. stay.Chamber Mrs. William E. Fort. Mrs. Don Sunshine lovely
Haggerty and Mrs. Dave Andrews have Just received a
,
pivcbic.H Sizzling steaks Frog Leu of Commerce will con- i I
L1 WATER SKI Sea FOOd vene Wednesday for its regular I Girl Scouts: R. C. Libby. R F. new Capehart Georgian n model
U need ot idvlo or kelp Tint COLISEUMSkating "On O. S. Ronte 17 9!* Park News .
Waldo Arthur in bisque finish. Cpeh&rt repr-
alt tilted woman. She toucbei oa In Klsslmmee. Fla semi-monthly luncheon meeting. Leedy, Plympton, I
I/N\EXHIBITION I every subject of human. Interest. Department for Reservation Ph. 9111 The concert this evening at the Schultz and Jack Hennessy Boy Br HAROLD ESCH I II sents the finest in the music llxe.

v DAILY tfr/ ;3O daily Studio C la A.my M.ows to>It home P. II.Readings SIS Orlando America's Finest Rink I Closed Thursday Hotel Seminole will be a violin 'Scouts; Mrs. H. P. Bontles. Mrs. I LAWN BOWLING A Friday As you know the Capehart autf
Ave. Winter Park oa Rent and piano recital by Alphonse and George Schwab the Misses Lydia game with Mt. Dora ended with matically plays 50 selections and

at opposite Fireside Cottages. Whoa __ Katherine Carlo of the Rollins Rometsch and Anna Karslake and Orlando four rinks winning 83 is considered tli 0
aU others fall see me. Satisfaction :: : ; Gos"sSTKTAILLOUNDI. College Conservatory starting at Dr. Marion Shepherd Negro Day to 7. The top-heavy score of the c l'
guaranteed. Everybody: welcome.
,. CYPRESS GARDENS 8:15: o'clock. The public is invited. Nursery; Mrs. Dan Clarks. Mrs. afternoon-31-was rolled up by ov
AMUCA ThOP/c:4L 1iCMDtND Take Park Lake ft Dab drud Bas Those who will be on duty at Lomax Taylor. Mrs. Waldo Plympton Jim Shelley skip; Charley Phillips. s
It Stops at Our Door
the Benefit Shop this week Include and Mrs. Robert Johnson. L. M. Burr and J. W. Ward. -
)
: White Day Nursery; Mrs. Wood Another Orlando rink-Robert Uultimateinrad c>f

Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Norman Elliott Mrs. Butler Neide, Mrs. W. Gambee skip; Dr. G. W. Hobby, j
Hill and Mrs. Howard Sho- R. Rosenfelt and Mrs. Russell W. H. Thayer and R V. Jewett- t

ORMOND A. McABEE"YOURXTRAyEL 011I Ortando-Sanford Hiway Between Martian*.and AIUJtO-YU.. W. P. 917iI walter; Wednesday morning Mrs. Ramsey, Health Center; Mrs. John chalked up a 19-21 decision. t
Isabella Livingston and Mrs. Jack Neville, :Mrs. U. T. Bradley. Mrs. The regular Friday afternoon it

Hollowedell. and Thursday afternoon Ray Trovillion and Mrs. Wilbur ladies play proceeded without Interruption -
-
AGENT" I-ILAKE EOLA HOTEL DINING ROOMN. Mrs. T. W. Leutze. Davis. Welfare Assn.; Mrs. A. B. in two games of trebles. brings to my
selection 6f
The pow-wow speaker Tuesday Morgan.: Mrs. Sherwood Foley Mrs. F. P. Slrago Mrs. Robert Rus- mind the wonderful
EOLA DRIVE AT ROBINSON Mrs. Alex Waite and Mrs. H. C. classical albums we now have in
afternoon at the University Club sell and Mrs. B. K. Smedley won
30 E. ..nm.ST.PHONE., / 5301 : WEEKDAY DINNERS FROM $1.10 will be Louis J. Leuthi discussing : Cone. High School P-TA and Mrs. 19 to 7 over Mrs. James Muldoon stock. a few of which are:

Sunday Dinner $1.50 Also a la carte "Finding the Yellowstone. On Sam Williams Mrs. Nelson Glass Mrs. H. F Tilley and Mrs. Smed- SYMPHONY NO 6 tShostakOvitch -
i Mrs. Ralph Day and Mrs. Arthur ) Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Mak. your reservations for Luncheon Parties Friday afternoon Harry W. ley, the latter bowling for both -
Closed Mondays phone 1-4111 White will discuss "Mountains I Dear Elementary P-TA. teams. In the other game Mrs. S. under direction of Fritz

L Men. America" The goal this year is $23.770. I S. Hice, Mrs. J. S. Stevens and'' Reiner.

1 ,1'... On Saturday evening the University -I Mrs. J. A. Parks whipped Mrs. w.1 I TANNHAUSER OVERTUR2t

.. ., ""U4IU\1i\ ," '11'1' Club will have an open price edition by Funk and Wag- D. Fox. Mrs. John Turn and Mrs. Wagner J Stokowski and the Phil.

I "THE FIVE HUNDRED CHASE" meeting at the Congregational- I nalls and will be offered for sale C. H. Phillips 17 to 7. I adelphia. Orchestra.
Christian Church to which the ',I at The Bookery.I i The draw was made yesterday I I SYMPHONY IN D MINOR ICe-

j For the Discriminating public is Invited to hear Dr. Sam I I Mrs. Penn Livingston Austin, for the Capt. J. A. Cooper Handi- ]II tar Franchl-San Francisco Symphony -

1f Higginbotham, agricultural missionary : Texas is visiting her sister. Mrs. cap Singles Tournament. Play gets I 1 Orchestra directed by
STEAKS CHOICE DINNERS CHICKEN to India. who will dlscuss"Inclia's .
Leah FisheL underway with the first round I Pierre Monteux.
.1
: : From $1.25 Soluble Hunger.: I When the American Legion and games tomorrow. 'I I SYMPHONY NO. 5 (Shostakovitchl -
Woman's Club speaker Wednesday club's'
SHUFFLEBOARD The
Legion Auxiliary meet Tuesday I Rodzinski the
L Reservations Winter Park 27 500 Chase, Winter Park morning will be J. W. Beach. annual I conducting
Sundays 1Z:3Z: ; (-. Dally Iexcept Maul .-S p.m.Qiii.gi hospitalization representative of night they will see a colored movie card tournament will be Cleveland Orchestra.
played Thursday through Satur-
.... IIII"" 'I1 I iuiiiii'if.g,| rnnlf! aii''i'i'iit'g2a'Ti'inTTHE '' '\ !' the Professional Insurance Co. t/their'AmerIca the Beautiful. with day with all types of card SWAN LAKE Tchaikovsky
regular business sessions. games'
) will "Some St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
4 who discuss Hospitalization I All of the Elementary School included on the program. ,
conducting.
Plans. On Friday after- : I The membership roster con- Vladimir Gclschmann,
children responded to the March
noon Mrs. Sam Higginbotham will 'tinues to passing last BEETHOVEN'S SONATA IN P
grow years
SUMMER SET HOUSE i of Dimes appeal with $19680
discuss "Social Service in Rural I'I total. New arrivals include E. H. MINOR fAppassionatal Rubin
,.. India." turned in by the white school and stein at the piano.

Choice Steaks. e Sea Foods. Chicken Tuesday at 8:30: a.m. In the I $81.69 by the colored pupils. Have you and the family seen
Guy
DUC'I7'' INN 19ft.. Orsago Real Breakfasts a Specialty Curb Service high school auditorium there will I The regular meeting of the Pioneer "Song of the South?" If you have.
ltarb,'. Blossom Trait be a demonstration by eight students I[ Chapter 99. Order of Eastern $1 I Madam North $1 I IIt you'll surely want to get the SoU-
w..rye.same' delicious foods from noon till C that Tasty Sandwiches! Shrimp and Chicken Baskets of the types of dancing 1 i Star Thursday at 8 p.m. will be venir Album which contains
you fat during the yeolnf.
taught at Roger Pounds' regular devoted to the observance of
I,
and the
stories by Uncle Remus
525 South Orlando Ave. Phone W. P. S191-B
7; : JUMB.O'.SHRIMP $1.25TO Tuesday evening dancing classes. : Friendship Night and initiation of Palmist and Psychic original movie cast The song hits
Rt. 17.92 KILLARNEY KORNER Winter Park Parents are Invited to attend. I some new members. Reader. If you are I are done by Johnny Mercer.

Owen 8:00: A. M. to 12:00 Midnight. Closed Wednesday Mrs. Sherwood Foley of the | Austin Walter, who has been tick, worried or in Another nice album for the kid
Seminole Hotel left Thursday to visiting Dick Verigan. has returned trouble from anyreason dies is THE GREAT GILDER-
visit her Robert. at the Asheville I I
son. to his home in New Bruns consult SLEEVE?" with Harold Peary as
School in North Carolina and
: wick. ;F. J. Madam North.You've Gildersleeve telling "Puss In I
to to New York.
on
go
I Mrs. Frank Vernon Skiff and seen the rest Boots." "Rumpelstiltskin," and
Classes for the blind in braille
CLUB CABANACentral I typewriting handicraft and other I Mrs. Blanche Clark of Palm Located now see the in best.Pullman HOW "Jack and the Beanstalk." witha

Beach. are spending several days musical background.For .
subjects are to be taught in the I trailer at Bob's Amoco Gas
Winter Park Health and Welfare I with Mr. and Mrs..James Fownesin Station just outside of Orlando the children who are beginning -

Florida's Newest and Largest Night Club Center open to all blind persons MaiUand.j city limits across from OrlandoAir to appreciate the classics
without cost. The classes will be I Mrs. Frank Allen and Mrs. Base on Cheney Hi-Way, I have Tchaikovsky's "NUT-

APOPKA HIGHWAY [U. S. 441] taught by Miss Martha Smith. George B. Weaver have 'returned straight out E. Colonial Dr. CRACKER SUITE" narrated by

under sponsorship of the Florida from Atlanta where they were Look for the hand sign. Milton Cross. Then I also have
3 MILES NO. OF ORLANDO CITY LIMITS Council for the Blind. I called by the sudden illness andI JAKE JAMA10 BUS "SO GS FOR LITTLE FOLKS."

All blind persons are Invited to I death of their sister Mrs. W. H. which contains songs derived from
Specializing in STEAKS- CHICKEN SEAFOOD be at the Health and Welfare I Carver. such classics; as Tchaikovsky's:

DANCING NIGHTLY Bldg. Tuesday afternoon Feb. 11 I "First Piano Concerto," Rubin-

so that Miss Smith may ascertain stein's in P" and Bee
"Melody
.. OPEN SUNDAY AT 2 P. M. what classes are desired and plan I II | thoven's "Minuet in G:' The worlis

III" I accordingly. Classes for white 1W1fff176 .f are different from those we learned -
t Served front persons will be from 1 to 3 pjn. I ___I ______
DINNER at school but the tune Is tf e
ALL TURKEY $1.75 4 uu is and for Negroes from 3:15 to 5:15: _
CENTRAL FLORIDA VISITORS- i same. \
III NO COVER CHARGE p.m.Lions I Our SPECIAL FOR THE Wtr4i
carnival will
Club open I
BEAUTIFUL I
SEE I II Except Saturday NljhtlIL tomorrow at Orange and Minne- I is the new. exciting educational
I "'
sota Aves., and for the week with kiddies' game called "TOONQ

SANLANDOSPRINGS I III 142 attractions. The club's share of 5. Our special price is 11.98 eo fcs
-
: -_JrujjjJfu- Lr LflJ JLflf i the proceeds will go toward its STIRRING cure to get yours while they lait.I .

I I work for the blind and other welfare fllSAO I This game is tops for either hodis$

\ ,, -r.o! EAsTEn0cRUsE I projects. entertainment or for parti**.
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'Page 30 CTIjt; fJm bau &tuthttl-&tat Orlando, Florida, February 2, 1947 I Gideons To Hear Exams Announced |

V'i Mission Official By CviService/ / 1 ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR CO.

i ([Barter Plays z ; Hr i William H. Richie of Philadel- The Board of Civil Service Examiners -

w: phia, executive secretary of the for the Orlando Army Air 21 S. Porramore St. Phone Jujht-Phoee S3M
Base yesterday announced
an open
a 'American Scripture Gift Mission
: competitive examination for the
will speak to the Orlando Gideons
i at their breakfast meeting to- Job of aircraft crash crewman. and Service
; Tuesday Rewinding-Repair
Jo iT Open 'morrow. at 7:30 A.M. in the Jack ported.J. Billeter. secretary re-

,.. 'I YMCA.Richie February 13 is the deadline for I and 3 Phase Motors
h Phase
,. : Robert Porterfield. who founded PKw f will relate experiences submitting applications w h I c h
:the Barter Theater at Abingdon, I pertaining to Scripture distribu should be sent to the board secretary -1

and Influential in bring- : tion. building 2005. OAAB. Com- Guaranteed Work
,Va. was ';; I Skilled Employees
--f A. P. Swaldmark. local president plete information and application ,
it to be the first state-sub- ti:7 ;
Ifig urged that all Gideons and
i forms may be secured at the Post
sidized! theater in the United States those interested In Bible distribution Office and the board office at the
because he believes strongly in ; I attend the meeting. air base.

decentralization of the professional
r
theater. will present his

group of 35 talented and success- ;sex
ful actors here this week. rn <
Two well-known plays -will be : 4x 8l '

presented at the Winter Park High
.School Auditorium under the t!
sponsorship of the Winter Park N
Kiwanis Club and the tickets maybe qy.Y vw..twi.Y yvoAy
purchased at the San Juan !
Hotel in Orlando the Winter Park FE1URES
Chamber of Commerce. the Sand-
spur Bookshop the Winter Park
:Telephone Co.or at the box office. \
As amusing and ironically true 37 West Church
as when Shaw first conceived it -
"Arms and the Man1 has been one Orlando, Fla.
of the modern theater's most successful ,
comedies since Richard
Mansfield introduced It in 1899. THE REV. MARSHALL C. DENDY. pastor of the 7:30: pjn. every Sunday it was announced. The DOORS OPEN AT 9 A. M. '-

tt and the Barter Theater will pre- First Presbyterian Church will preach for a seriesof new chapel Is the result of work since last May 500 ONLY!
ON SALE MONDAY 9 A.M. SHARP
! sent it here Tuesday at 8:15: pm. Evangelistic services beginning today to mark by Miss 1Ia1'1.Hardin Vaught who led a Presby- ,
On Wednesday at a special mati-
the opening of.the new Conway Road Presbyterian terian group in efforts to establish a church for
pee at 1 p.m. and again at 8:15pun. :
., this distinguished group will Chapel shown above. The special services the Oonway Road section. Services have been con- 1
reach down into the treasure will be held at 7:30 pjn. daily through Friday ducted in homes in the neighborhood for the past : ORANGE BLOSSOM BRANDt

troves of the ubiquitous Shakespeare Feb. ,7 and regular Sunday School and 10 months while the new building was under con- I r
and come out with the mix- church services will be held at 9:30 a.m. and struction.and .
ture of comedy and tragedy.

Much. The Barter Ado About Theater Nothing.has"been the majority of whom never have Katherine Raht. Leading the 1 lp. GREY POWDER BLUE WHITE

adopted as the State Theater of the opportunity to attend real cast will be Joan DeWeese of Phil- CtnTRAnl fl RIDASVhotoqh ,
Virginia and has become a year- theater." adelphia,who studied at the Amer-
round p r o d u c i n g organization. ican Academy of Dramatic Art and
"This is the first year Virginia'sState 'Thta'season' company includes with Maude Adams at Stephens
Theater has presented its many of America' most promising College; and Herbert Nelson who
plays outside that State." Mr.Por- and accomplished actors and actresses has been in four plays on Broadway -
terfield said yesterday "but we 'some of whom will no i and has been with the Barter NIF RM
are hoping that Its example will doubt surpass the fine records such group four seasons.
lead other States to encourage Barter alumni as Gregory Peck i Snr.

legitimate drama for its peoples. Jeffrey Lynn. Margaret Phillips : Civic OrchestraTo BARNEY BARNES n. .. :


Be Heard At THE QUESTION

Tourists' ConcertIrlando Do yon think a school teacher et SIZES 10 to 44!
should stand on her own merits
SALEof. Civic Orchestra with to hold her job or depend on $
Dr. Kenneth R. Steady as conductor the Teachers Tenure Act 9 8

will furnish a variety program THE ANSWERS SANFORIZED!
at the Tuesday night entertainment .
for tourists and residents Kirs.\ May Owens drug clerk. yea
EXCESS INVENTORYOur Orlando: "I do not of the
!, !sponsored by the Greater approve GRIPPER SNAPS!
Orlando Chamber of Commerce.The Teachers Tenure Act, because the 5 \\f
law puts. all teachers on the same
will be in
December 31st Inventory shows that concert presented level far
the Municipal Auditorium, starting as as BRAND
t we hay many.items that we do not regularly at 8 pjn as one of the weekly cerned.ability It will con-allow sw TRADE Mpalf TUCKED FRONTS

use and are overstocked on a numberof programs sponsored by the teachers to :.

other Items: therefor we are offering chamber.The hold Jobs when -. s "'A very fortunate purchase by us brings you GENUINE

for sale the following material, practically: orchestra. Dr. Steady their ability does BROADCLOTH Uniforms at much less than you'd
said, is made up entirely of not measure up to
all of which Is brand news, local non-professional: musicians. a required stand- expect to pay. Finest tailoring details! Finest Pearl Buttons -

It became known to Orlando a r d. Teachersare I Loveliest colors ever I Uniforms 2nd floor selling.

music lovers through concerts underpaidand
played last year for the C of C. are due someconsideration COMPANION FEATURE SELLING!
the Wednesday Music club and but t#

STEEL the New England club. to should depend not on have a t. ..J... _Owens. ;; ( I-:::? MAIDS' WHITE APRONS

Program for Tuesday night:
1. Introduction and Bridal Chorus from law to keep the position. Teachersnot with nice bib-Iront. In nest white AS
Perforated metaL sheet metaL flats, angles the Third Act of Lohentrin. Wmnner. able to measure up to a stand- / .1 cotton fabrics. Style without bib only 49 C
2. Overture to The Merry Wives of
ard of c, /V
round square end hex hot end cold rolled Windsor Nicollsl. ability and efficiency 39c. Maids Head Bands at IX. SHOWN
3. Andante C.ntabfle from StriDe Quar- should step out or be removed."
and some heavy structural beams. tette Tchaikovsky. *
4. Three Dances from Henry viu Ger-
man-e.i Morris Dance, b. Shepherd Mike Denton filling station at- d WHITE SEERESS CREPE
P Dane; e. Torch Dance tendent Winter Park "The
ft. Lefbol ed. Krelslen Old Retrain
Krelxlrr Teacher Tenure Act should be UNIFORMS
e. Selection from Sweetheart, Victor thrown out and teachers required

ELECTRIC MOTORS Herbert 7. March from Tannhanser. Wainer. I to stand on their .-i-_ For neatness and coolness when "On Duty." Genuine .
B. H. Overpeck said the customary I ability. I never
, "Sheeresse" seersucker in button front style.
8 small admission fee will heard of a job
end thr. '
Single phase.
4 Sizes 10 to 40
: be charged for the entertainment.In guaranteed after All first quality! Limited quantity.
U three years

: 3
k service but
ancient times a ship canal
150 feet wide between the Nile p teachers should z- S

BELTINGCotton and the Red Sea made Alexandriathe have some secur- iRE1RESHMENIS
ity. With the
gateway to the East. -
c.Tenure. Act,
;
drag end rubber corered. teachers do
can '
roUR HpME, .
most anything
I. {
IF STOMACH they see fit and
DentonBy the School Board 5
TOOLS .. -- -" -' has no recourse. When teachersget NEW! GOOD LOOKING! FIBER q j \
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BALKS DUE TO too old to do good work they

All types of welding rods grinding wheels* should I have be one retired child in and school pensioned.and I ;::4\\: LAUNDRY HAMPERSIN wear-Eyer

hack end band saw blades, wid. wheel GAS AND BLOAT !do not want some elderly person !
without patience teaching her.:' WHITE AND PASTELS Pressure Cookers
I brushes, acetylene generators end man! *
*
Help Get Food Digested to rhe safest ceoker you ever saw)
folds. drills taps, reamers and sanding Relieve Yourself of This Ewing Brumbaugh air travel J 'PR STURDY WOODEN FRAMES! "Snap-tite" lid No dancer!
Orlando "Teachers should f Cuts cooking time in half.
agent,
belts. Nervous Distress : -d' A handsome as well as a use- Balcony
have some security in their job. ful addition to your bathroom. nC
Do you feel an Dufed-up and miserable but the taxpayer should not be Made of stroDe woven fiber.' $ 7 49 JJ
after every meal,taste BOUT bitter food* strait jacketed Smoothly finished to prevent
r
here U how get blessed
If so. you may
relief In helping your stomach do the with the Teachers S catching delicate fabrics. BALCONY!
Job-It should be doing-la the tllgesUon Tenure Act. White blue maize. ij1
MISCELLANEOUSAll of Us food.xvrrytim. Teachers shouldbe
food enter. the stomach a
Ylua gaetrio Juice must flow normally to advanced and M ON SALE MON!
kinds of bolts and nuts, turnbuckles, break>up certain.food particles; else the) paid according to
food may ferment. Sour food acid Indigestion their ability, the }.
bronze bushing stock. sheet lead. V-belts. and gas frequently cause a morbid same as a job in ; Wool Felt
touchy fretful. peeTlsh. nervous t
bearings regular and stainless steel pumps. condition rn\ICllllllleep,lot, weakness.of appetite underweight private prise. With enter-this v

light bulbs, electric wiring end commercial To get real relief you must Increase law, teachers can Floral
the flow of this vital gastric Juice.Medical r Design
fixtures, high line equipment pipe fittings. : authorities In Independent laboratory work, whether 9 ew e viP I
testa on human stomachs hare by they are quail- I if
strip rubber braided pecking stainless positive proof shown that SSS Tonic is fied or not.There Brumbaugh '
amazingly effectlrs tn increasing thisflow
steel pipe end stainless steel round chisel when It U too little gc' scanty due should be some test to determine : RUGS
to a DOD-orgwlo stomach disturbance.This their ability and those not coming
steeL taper pins. H, 78 chain end attach U due to the BS3 Tonic formula up to a standard !should be weeded ; -
which ront.alnlllpecJal: and potent activating
ments. G 19 attachments. Ingredients.Also. out and replaced by another
SSS Tonlo helps bund-up non- person."
orge ie. weak watery blood In nutritional *
, &nemta.-eo with a good flow of Irvin Halper, high school stu
this gastric digestive Juice plus rich red-
blood you should eat better,sleep better dent. Orlando: "I am against the
AMERICANMACHINERY feel better work better, play better. Tenure Act and if teachers can
Avoid punishing yourself with overdoses '-
of soda and other alkalicers to not stand on their merit, they f Oblong 24i 45- with r
counteract gas and bloating when what should step downRand r s t stitched edges, fringe CADET
you so dearly need Is SSS Tonic to help not depend lea r
CORPORATION you digest food for body strength and t a '61 ends. Four distinctive colUTILITY MATS
Don waltl Join. the host of a law to keep ,
Different designs
rebeppy people SSS Tonic has helped. i Job. In some ors-
FAIRVILLA PLANT Minions of bottles sold. Get a bottle of ; : a e a teachers too. Balcony. 3 Feet by 41/2 Feet!
8S3 Tonic from store
your drug today.
6S8 Touie helps BuUd Sturdy Health, able to teach Dandy felt-base mats
do a good "- :i><. In red black tan and 89 C
but have blue. On sale Monday

an age 9 ajn.
r: ; re their dis- Y
; r.
makes S.
L'; q' _._.' .'.....>...' them unfit for -f ON SALE MON.
ALLEN .a ,
and QUIMBY SERVIOCE R Halper moulding character the of e. -

school children. I can see why 5' t. OUR HIGHER-PRICED
,Announces : : : : some teachers do not want to retire yr1 r
that is.the retirement
and pay C .
is too poor to live on. Teachers : --
The Opening of an Up-to-Date REPAIR SHOP at should be paid a livable salary and CHENILLESPREADS A4
then we would not have to havea \

51 W. WASHINGTON ST. Tenure Act." .j /

; t e llPtSptAl1( 0i Cherokee Art Exhibit l| !

r+Auu T atEOS tiS y r
flu i u RMIN rd Specializing in .1- Will Open TomorrowMore
d than 150 paintings will be .+ T Here' luxury at.a popular pri'e Rich, colorful I
BUICKS PACKARDS 1 featured in the art exhibit which -L: and handsome: easy to launder (no komnr]: ;
It E 0 will be shown at the Cherokee Xti, Full or twin IIzes In every color 'lmarin- ,
Junior High School this week beginning : i: able See these at this new low price [
/ B it tomorrow at 3 p.m. % S
PONTIACS The exhibit composed entirely I
of reproductions of original paint- / Washable e
Is Ni*" LATEST TESTING EQUIPMENT USED ings by the worlds most famous $ gM"o WINDOW f
master painters will be open dai-
ly from 3 to 4 p.m. and on Friday ,I
MOTORS TUNED COMPLETE OVERHAUL JOBS the closing day. from 5:30 to SHADES .

9 p.m. Sturdy window '
Personalized: Service at the Right PriceBOB" The collection Includes pictorials shades. 36" by 8' in i;
landscapes, scenes portraitsand Green ecru white and :
a varied assortment of world dark tan. /
I ALLEN H. QUIMBY famous art. A nominal admissionfee / I Balcony Selling
will be charged to defray expenses -
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