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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 5, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
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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.
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
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I fa HALF a 75 A Mill MILLION,aius i PEOPLE of Orload.OY.with. Hi* I IN YOUR SENTINEL TODAY

,, [ arc* wkkk I livestock creates production 24 per cent 56 per efFlorida's rJanbo I %1orning iskntmel I I lada Page 4 Society Petes *-9

cut ef its famed vegetable crop. 92 I Srete .. Page 5 Financial: Page 13
per Ct of its citrus. I Sports Pages 6-7 Comics :'.ge 14

1 7/5 a Privilege to Live in Central $ Beautiful Place for Abundant Living I_ _


VOL. XXIII-NO. 30983 ORLANDO. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 5. 1947 EIGHTEEN PAGES






K Indian River Secession Plan Shelved I





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4-Cenfral FloridaTo IE A Prefabricated Fable on Rent Control j Bill To Outlaw CURE FOR CITRUS ILLS Rebellion Move



of More
Planting

Get FrostThursday rp- c Iii jf '.. c1LIKARHI'1i AJ-861q6sp Closed Shop I Halted But Some


11il7 Jvgr.Ccr-1e Sbc.c My #i&Qp 'Groves Should Be

.
I g IA'- Hit by AFL
ave Cor' ,/ 1 Voice Threats
,q4, i91e98 Pr "I j'?$ 7-e4'T )7 ; ; 9
4qeAwic CnAIEec'c'i' O'c' \ frfJMRMrIPJa Curbed
(( Green Attacks Expert Says Separate Marketing
Colder Weather cS' /oc'ir...) ,

State Plan Fantastic Agreement Insisted
Forecast for as Application of the law of supply and demand, and unification ,

LAKELAND [AP] Freez- I 6ce.fr5'I MIAMI [AP] The AFL' of forces by members of the Florida citrus indus- VERO BEACH [AP] In-

ing temperatures for the i # c L _0 claiming a new peak membership try in the development of corrective measures to prevent i dian River citrus growers

States' northern districtswere j I I f I I ;, ; ; f i of 7,505,446, yester. over expansion must be accomplished if the industry ex- and shippers yesterday rejected -

forecast for this morn- 4 I t'-1 f J j day opened a fierce attack: pects to remain on a reasonably even keel, S. R. Smith, di- a move to "secede"

ing by the FederalStateFrost ; 7ei 7:9Lk'fV 4.q- Lar -7u9J&.T' / c I I, on Sen. Ball's bill to outlawthe :1 rector of the Fruit: and Vegetable I I from the remainder of the

Warning Service which pre- cp_ II4RDS'IfiP$ Je! CTL iqp p'yS9 closed shop, saying It wouldbe : Plan Branch Production Marketing Ad- Florida citrus industry but recommended -
ministration, U. S.
dicted fair and colder weather today Q4'P mc CI/t'r k52e '$ ,f9 'cFc9rp ,' unconstitutional and unjustified Phillips Department of that a separate Federal
; Agriculture said
with frost and freezing 4qg7p 4(7 ,; tvrv- (: "on moral and' economic: here yesterday. Marketing Agreement be set up

weather in the north and central _::!: d'yd1w. grounds." To Aid Citrus ing Speaking of stockholders at the of annual the Florida meet- to regulate shipments of Indian

districts Thursday morning. AFTj Pres. William Green, at a River fruit.
#': ," ; Citrus Production Credit Assn..
: : news conference between sessions i The action taken at
There U "a slight risk of frost was the
Heard
In the southern districts Thursday .. IIf/ jP j/;/ of the 15-man executive council, Today Smith willingness said "Appreciation to of. and annual meeting of the Indian

morning." the Bureau's eve- said the proposal of the Minnesota [IScenol to Orlando Morning; Sen'inell principles of apply the basic River Citrus League 17-year-old
supply and demand
Republican Senator was "fantas- LAKELAND organization which heretofore has
ning bulletin said., One of the will
1 go a very long way to determine -
tic" and would lead to chaotic la-
The weather this morning will FF6R//( ,'( bor-management relations. I most important meetings of whether or not the primarily concerned itself with
,9' 749 ,9Lt4WEP 7M76' J' ) in'I'I| preserving the Indian River label
and much colder in dustry
be
clearing the Florida Citrus Commis- pursues a sound course.
7q62' 4"3i- "Employers prefer it. said ,
Ir9IV'D #9..VD hdU/t'C / I I for fruit grown in the Indian
the north and central districts 4'i95 ..qdv6ar'r s-me oeisNr :1 Green, whose AFL unions have sion in several months will "Any industry that has ex- !River watershed and
with showers and colder in the Yt5'aDY most of the closed shop tbe pa tided output as rapidly as the prohibitingits
agree- held here
10:30
at
,q4icct..e /1'S' 7"e. ', : a.m. use on fruit grown in theState's
southern districts the Frost ments in the nation. I Florida citrus industry can't >

Warning Service said. today. hope to stay out of serious interior.
|i "They have tried both plans, Dr. P. Phillips of Orlando has
Winds In all districts will be and time and experience have been trouble if it doesn't unite forces I The separate marketing
given a place on the morning -
I in agreement would
i developing and putting into permit the
moderate to occasionally fresh shown them that the closed shopis
rw session for an explanation of I effect league to make its
northerly and_ there will be little 1ccLi11 best," Green said. "If Congress j I sound corrective nicasares own shipping -
his plan for the industry a I II I!
difference: in temperature between passes the Ball bill, how j' i i regulations independent of

high and low ground locations q//J/j// wIiJiIar could that make a union man plan that he told Chm. Rollie 1 "Apparently the high prices of i those recommended by the
I iTulman would not conflict with I
!
the Florida Citrus Commission.
!
war
forecaster added., work with a non-union man? I period misguided many ,

l.'J. "Lowest' tern per a'tures this ? $7j'6's() 7WIS' 1t'c7ZiR6I I 1U J 0W4r The labor of a human being: Is any ideas heretofore advanced. I'' and prompted the conclusion that League President J. A. Martell
-/r D 4j his Just what Dr. Phillips, one of the citrus industry of Vero Beach said
morning," the bureau said occurring ;- ( 7LD / ij-2'1R t Ij) I: own. had nothing 1| no immediate
&vO jc' 4JI the nation's largest independent to worry about except how to action would be taken. adding that
about 1:30 am. 26 to 29 7191e&tqA'o / : The Ball bill would prohibit em- produce -
CAM6. fIRS : shippers, has in mind was not more fruit. Demand new legislation
degrees north portion of Gainesville 71/6r 9' | ployers from entering into a closed i:, seemed probably would
Ceip
r district: 28 to 32 degrees 77t? JqQ95 "U r .-.. $ shop agreement hire only known and he had refused to unlimited" and at favorable prices have to be passed by the State

I union members-and also would divulge the nature of the idea too. i,: Legislature.
upper :East coast Orlando andioiith I
portion, Gainesville outlaw other union security provisions even to close associates. As result of high monetary re- I I! The league however went on
of and
turns '1 I
north1 portion of Brooksville districts. Winter Park now accepted in labor- Because of his sponsorship, several during the war years which record favoring continued coI -
I I Refuse''Truman's left the
Three KilledIn Solons I management contracts;, such a:;i years ago of the pound selling i size of grower a high profit the ,'I operation with the rest of the
plantings have
Thirty-two to 37 degrees Ridge Police Chief I firing any: worker who does not, idea, which Is now universally: I to continued'State in "solving the citrus induatry'S --
Increase he
< remain in good standing: in a j said adding: "If problems." A
** I I accepted as an ideal to prolonged marI -
_/ Bartov and south of way mar-
portion union for the duration of the |lit were not so, we wouldn't see the con- ket
slump in the face
Faces ket of
Brooksvill Crash InquiryWINTER citrus fruits;, and several other a record
and north portion of Train Bid I tract. I i millions of young trees, with more
West Coast districts; 39 degrees ideas which he has espoused. going in. I crop has been a major worry for
PARK-An Investigation "This measure strikes at the I
the past it is likely that I Florida citrus growers this season.
and higher other sections. Cal. AP The into the conduct of Police I I very heart of the free trade union many "I emphasize most strongly
WASHINGTON
FRESNO [ ] [UP] Sens. prominent citrus men will attend I The organization also recommended -
Meteorologist Warren P. Chief Carl Buchanan was ordered movement" the council said in a that the industry can't be on
crack Southern Pacific train, Arthur H. Vandenberg [R- the meeUn I that a branch ol the University
Johnson said th.. cold:would be yesterday by Mayor B. R. Cole- formal statement. "It seeks to I I sound ground if prices are highto
blowing cold" and didn't look San Joaquin Daylight crashed Mich] and Tom Connally [D- I impose a compulsory open shop on The plan of J. William Horsey I the point of stimulating new I of F10rida--aartcultural experiment -

into tank truck- man.The Inquiry ordered following T refused : of Tampa, who recently acquired plantings and at the station be set up in the
for winter crops to be affected a gasoline was e x1] yesterday American labor and American in- I same time
complaint by MaJ. Metro dustry. It to out, i the extensive Apte Canning in- its members complain about the Indian River area, and voted to
very much by the cold air mass. trailer at Kingsburg yesterday resident of Winter Park Pres. Truman's bid to attend proposes wipe
Bodnk. a hold an annual citrus
: terests. to bring together citrus prices which Institute for
I bring forth
with one stroke of the pen 100 i I these
Tonight he said "will be critical. and at least three persons for the past six months several the Moscow peace conferenceas '
." were killed as flames swiftly en- witnesses and a large delegationfrom full-time delegates. But 'they I'' years of progress in the develop-, leaders, merchandising experts 'I plantings as being too low. Indian River growers only.

Johnson said some of the straw gulfed the 14-car streamliner. the Veterans of Foreign agreed to Join the parley later ment of union security. II and representatives of business "In other words if the industry -I Explaining the league's efforts

Estimates of number of Injured War. "If enacted it would weaken and state Government be givenat institutes measures which are I to regulate shipping of Indian
berry blooms in the Starke area .the Buchanan was accused of treating when their presence may be need- I I I
might be touched ranged from as low as 25 Maj. Bodnk roughly at the ed to demonstrate the Senate'snonpartisan labor organizations to such an least a tentative endorsement directed at stabilizing prices at I II River fruit. Martel said the variety

by the cold and to as many as 100. the latter the police station after arresting him support of American extent that the high ware and 'I by one citrus trade group.A I' too high a level this action will I grown in that area was con-

I Jil [Continued on Page 2-CoL 3] figure of the Kingsburg chief of on charges of speeding and running I, foreign policy. working standards won by committee of citrus commissioners -i merely: incite a new round of sidered "fancy fruit" and had its

police. Coleman a stop sign.promised a thorough The Senate's two top spokesmenon American workers over the years including Latt Maxcy R. I plantings with its attendant dif 'I own market principally in the

The WeatherORLANDO The Southern Pacific identifiedtwo inquiry. I foreign affairs made their posi- would be immediately Jeopard- A. Fender and C. C. Commander, I i ficulties. East.

of the dead as Mrs. Rex. R. Ized. was named recently to study the "Putting the industry in a I Also he said Indian River

AND VICINITY: Badley of Dunsmuir. CaL. and thetrain' Actress Jones Actor ,straight Jacket wouldn't avoid the did not ship the
growers combination -
today
Windy and much colder today "The union shop principle [Continued on Page 2-Col. 2] i issue.for long, either.
diminishing winds and colder engineer. C. Schnecken- Peck Given Medals is the key to the high efficiency By 'straightJacket' grade combining No. 1

tonight continued berger of Bakersfield. One victim of industrial production in I Three Persons Shot \ I mean regimentation. Including and No. 2 sizes-that is used by
,cold tomor HOLLYWOOD UP] A month I control over disposiI I I
was not immediately: identi- and it offers the best crop the remainder of the
country industry.
row. Weather fair. ahead of the academy "Oscars our In Miami tion and plantings "
Robbery new and old.
fied. Look Magazine last night awardedits I approach to the development 01 I ;I Indian River fruit he adde L, is
I All of the train except the last medals for the best performances mature collective bargaining under MIAMI BEACH [TJP1 Police l Smith explained that the war ; 'shipped by separate grades.'
Cracker Jim Sez: I four cars comprising a section of of 1946 to Jennifer Jones "'" I conditions of mutual confidence pounced on three bandits in the served as a "hypodermic' that i!|
and Gregory Peck. relieved the pain of the low The move to "secede" entirely
the Sacramento Daylight were act of price
Miami
holding a Beach
up
Sefe where and trust with a minimum i I | '
some of them folks I
Miss cited in 1943 by the
Jones from the remainder of the FlorIda
prewar period, but "the of' -
effect
what live burned the railroad said. Neitherthe of strikes and lockouts. I Jewelry store last night and in the
down at Pine Castle is magazine for her role as a saint |lof danger I
bein kept awake locomotive nor any of the in "Song of Bernadette," will be "The right to work Is not denied -j I ensuing fusillade of bullets three the hypodermic seems to have citrus industry had been

at nite by train cars was derailed. honored for her sinner role in to anyone by union-shop[, bystanders were wounded. worn off rather abruptly. broached by a minority group in

whistles an want The company listed two dining "Duel in the Sun." agreements. If any individual| i One of the would-be robbers "What will] relieve the present the league.
cars totally destroyed: one car
to do refuses to join the labor
me sompln worker
Peck was cited for two opposite pain and those to is I The Indian River includes
come
something area
badly burned seven less severely was captured and patrons of the -
about it. My Pa portrayals in "Duel" and "The organization chosen by the major
always tole me damaged and four undamaged. Yearling." ConnOlll7.andenber I ity of his fellow workers. this is 11 I I store beat and clubbed him be- the industry will have to'' part of Volusia County an of

that if I would voluntary decision on his part andI I I j fore the police got him away to j determine for itself. j Brevard Indian River St. Lode
git out of bed at Stalin Refuses Medal tion known after a luncheon con- to him from M
I I there is nothing stop i
: safety. The other two bandits "Right and Martin counties and part of
Airlines Hikes Rates now as was true before
sunup an work to PARIS [lAP The French Press ference with Secretary of State seeking employment in anothei '
sundown an fear Agency said last night Prime Minister NEW YORK AP] A National George C. Marshall. plant operating under different escaped but officers said the art the war there are as many II Palm Beach County.
the Lord that I Stalin had refused "with re-Airlines Inc.. spokesman: said yesterday I I conditions. Loyal trade union t rested colleague had promised to I solutions being offered for maintaining I The leagues' entire board of 15
wouldn't have no trouble sieepin gret" to accept the French military the company had raised Both had served as advisers to members hold sacred their right t' lead them to their hideout. The the economic well-being directors resigned at yesterday's
when I went to bed. Iffen them fares Feb. 1 by one half centa former Secy. James F. Byrnesin to work only in the company ol c three victims were Mrs. Ceil Blum I
medal. The French Govern of the .
.. workin industry s there are peo- || meeting to permit a full reorgani-
folks would do more they union members and they
mile. marking the first fellow
general
the drafting fo the : '
ment to peace Miami I
proposed give such med Beach David !
would have less trouble sleepin. price increase by an airline sincefa'e will refuse to work beside 'freeriders' ; Goldsmith pie with courage enough to ; zation of the unit. Eight former
Hits a mity fretful person who als to the Russian leader. Win- were lowered to around 4'i treaties for Italy and Germanys and strikebreakers." and Louis Shafkin. voice their opinion. 'directors, however, were electedto
whistles, ston Churchill Gen. Charles De Balkan satellites but they in- I
cant sleep through train cents a mile in September 1945. I of
the new board. composed
dogs barkin. an cat fights on cool, Gaulle and. posthumously to the I Fritz Kuhn Cleared Composer Sued "I don't say that critically.

nites like we bavin now. I late President Roosevelt Enemy Alien Held [Continued on Page 2-CoL 5] MUNICH tAP] Fritz Kuhn. one, I LOS ANGELES [AP] MeredIthI There is real need for good sound eight representatives.growers and seven shipper

I Canadians Visit Trumans NEW YORK AP] Gerhard Els- Capone Buried time German American Bund I Wulson composer, was. sued for ideas. But the sooner we realize iI i Martell was re-elected presi
TO DAY'S TiDEs ler. who is to appear Thursday leader in the United States has!5 I divorce yesterday by Mrs. Elizabeth that there is no single panacea dent. Other officers named were
Dyto> a* ch TM.: Huh T 30 I mnd I WASHINGTON lAP] The Gov- before the House Committee on CHICAGO lAP] A.private funeral been cleared by denazification authorities I 1 Wilson Willson, who alleged I I W.. M. Mosley. Fort Pierce first
.. '.&2 p ra.: Low 12.57 .... and 1:41 ernor General of Canada and Un-American Activities to answeran service; in a tent in a frozen and will not face a de.. cruelty. [Continued on Pare 2-Col. 1] I''vice president: A. B. MichaeL Wa-

-s.' ; Each Tidnt HUh f::40' I m. ID4 Lady Alexander arrived in Washington assertion by former Communist wind-swept cemetery yesterday nazification court it was officially basso, second vice president;
'.02 p m: Low 1:07: a m.. and 1:51:7:35 p''. yesterday for a social visit. Louis Budenz that he was the completed the legend of Al Capone disclosed yesterday. Official:!: ANTI-TALMADGE FORCES WIN I George Fullerton, Oak Hill. third
Tidm High : I m.
Intot
S--'Iti." : who
lad 1:51: .....; 1.4w 1:03: a.... and 1:4: They were welcomed by Presidentand Kremlin's representative in this The gangland czar I said Kuhn never held a positior vice president; and W. I. Fee.
p... Mrs. Truman. country. was interned yesterday at personified the era of bloody law- ''as I a Nazi and, moreover. was fbi) Fort Pierce secretary.
Sun Pha.t.: Rise 7:10: ; KU .DS.: lessness that reached its peak in
the Hitlei !
Ellis Island as an enemy alien.King's i lin the Reich during Georgia House Denies Grant Grower group directors are:
Ethiopia Has Strike the twilight of prohibition, was regime. George Fullerton, OakHillArthur
LOCAL TEMPERATURES buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery with ,
Recorded br U.S. We Uwr BurstS .tlluotcUwl ADDIS ABABA. Ethiopia rAP] Brother III .
fewer than two score persons looking [Continued S. CoL 4
on Page ]
...Airport.i....... :T. Minimum 47 Ethiopia experienced its first COPENHAGEN tAP] Prince on. Tonight's Movies Of State Seal to 'Governor'ATLANTA I
tarn-------- 571 1Pm. strike yesterday when 4.000 to Harald 70-year-old brother of BEACHAM: "The Raior'i Edn. 10.34
2 am: == 57 1 3 g.m. == 173am. 5.000 railroad workers tied up the King Christian X of Denmark. 1:14.: 3 54.'R34.. 9.14., 114. 3 54COIONT AP Large Drug Haul
.. __ 57I I 3..... 'I. Paymaster SentencedNEW ROXY: Th Raxor't Edit. : [ ] Georgia's House of Representatives'

4 am.. ___ II'III I: 1 4 I'lL p.m. __ 73I 745aa. 500-mile and Djibouti.line between this capital ,''ill last\ in night a Copenhagen was reported hospital.seriously YORK API) Teodoro Erd- ,I 8.34. I"I : "Of Rumen Bondai" *." 3 S*.1 refused yesterday to grant authority of the great seal of Made in New' YorkWA8IIINGTON
1 6 p.m. mann Lau. 44-year-old paymaster 6 40. I.n; "Black Bciatr. 210. 9-2 Georgia to Herman Talmadge, claimant of the
: disputed lAP The
: :: '
la.: : === 7pm.: == S noI ,
'I. ______ III p... *4Sam. of the Kurt Frederick Ludwig Nazi I CAMEO: Tor Whom the Bn ToH."'i j Governorship. (Treasury announced yesterday the
tl .l0lOam. CITIZENS COMMITTEE HURLS CHARGE spy ring which operated in the 2 :20. 5 25. 8 35.
12 heroin with
5p.m. of 100 of
seizure
,. By a narrow ounces
Braul1.30. 90 89
: ==. :: == 5S GRAND: "The Thrffl of 'I Ofle-Voternargin to anti-Tal-I
.14 10pm. United States before Pearl Harbor __.._ .: _
.... 3.30. 5:30. 7:30. 9 30. an underworld value ot $250.000 at
11 .... ,,.R5 11p.m. 13 : mouse lurces rejected a resolution
"
.. was sentenced to 10 years in BABY GRAND: "Tbe Bl" Bonanza. I 40 j
12 10 12. 4T which would have compelled Secretary a New York dockside. Officials
More Financial Aid for Florida prison by Federal Judge EdwardA. I OO RIALTO: "Strange: Till Confession.tb End"of TSO.Tune.10"'IJ 100., I of State Ben Fortson Jr., to- County: [Newnanl leader of the )I called it the most valuable drug

_JTEMPERATuRES\ ELSEWHERE. Conger yesterday. 405. 7:10. 10:15: ; "Bedlam." 2.45. 5.50.: recognize Talmadge as: "Governor opposition: "The members are beginning haul in nine years

.v3 pOrt WASHINGTON of tcmperatorca AP)far Weatbrr th* 24 hour BarnS..ndae re-- 9.55.VOGUE: "NUht and Day. OO. 435. I of Georgia." and affix the great to look at everything with Deputy Customs Com. E. J.
S PJB: Education Institutions Urged Resignation AcceptedNEW 7:05.: 9 40.I seal to. his documents and com- caution and good sense." Shamhart said two packages containing -
Station; Mi.K Low| Stat;". Hi** Low'! YORK f API The Board of I DRIVE"Bowl. .Reserre." missions. I 16 ounces jsere found in
Alp.na ib.tli. 13. 32 1 I L.o.av31.Mempua 39 16 304S 1 I TALLAHASSEE [AP] The Citizens Committee on edu- Directors of the New York Phil- I "Rnosh.CLERMONT-: Toufh and e Read Knew, "Her Apple ; I Talmadge Floor Leader Robert In the Senate a special judiciary the clothing of Ppisl Angi Marie

au.nts 49! 31 Mrida. 35 cation charged yesterday that Florida has "never exerted I Harmonic Symphony: summarily DELAND"Of! Human. Bondaj DRE-. Elliott of Musccgee Columbus committee heard criticism. Tal- a seaman. Tb fast was concealed -
AU tic CltT SO 33 1 Mtad 78 KATo* Strante Le of Martha Ivera. aboard
80
an Americao: freighter
accepted the immediately notice that he madge's "white supremacy" legislation
yesterday resignation gave -
Birmingham 43 31 MinnSIPS' 34 itself in its efforts to provide college education for its I GROVELAND"The Kid from Brooklyn.
Boston 50 31 I Mobile N' .1 I of Artur Rodzinski. the or- HAINES: CITY.rUo..a. Holiday's I wouM demand reconsideration as it proceeded with the on which he was a ere* man.
Buffalo 33 T I Monuomerr.. 59 40 -voune citizens" and ranks in the lowest one-fourth of all chestra's conductor since 1943. Polly JenkinS In" poono.-.t. anew. and obtained adjournment. Recess second day of public hearings j

BarUnataa 4O 9' 31Chlcaio 3 j IN.New orteana York SO M 34 SOCaattaaoca i States in its support."Recommending .. <10 making it effective at once insteadof KISSIMMEE WALES'r.Without.-o Smart Reservations"LAKE Peoole until today prevented consideration Opponents of the measure to .19+7.Eeb.-uAnJ: J9.4.7
T1 Norfolk M 37 more adequate tration of the institutions which next Oct. 1 as he had specified. I LEE3BDRG: "Ginaer." FAIN: "Wandererof of a companion resolution to divorce primaries from State control .

Cincinnati Cleveland 12 14 S S Philadelphia Phoenix 10 54 :33 M' financial aid for the institutions of make "efficient and economical MOUNT Wasteland DORA: "Two Year Before the require Talmadge recognition by called it "This wretched, AM CM* 7WWW Tint +i Sl
Dana 41Denver 29 Pituborfh 37PorU4. i higher education. the committeesaid administration impossible" and 300 Bodies ExhumedROME Mist other State officials by banking wicked bill" and declared it wouldbe
41 8 Ma. 4S 2i "If the citizens understandthat urged the Legislature to restoreto I 6ANTORD: "Gallant JooroeT." Institutions. and by taxpayers. "unwise, un-Chrlstian and un- 5678
Dulnllt3 -18El Richmond 58 34 (API The Italian News ST. CLOUD: "That Brennan GirL
I
Para *7 31 St. LMta 21 8 education and research are the institutions the authorityto :, WINTEB C.ARDENRrodrzroaa With. Said Elliott, after adjournment constitutionaL"
Port Worth 42 37Oalveitan I las Aaitonla SO 36 builders of wealth rather than exhausters use auxiliary funds as working Agency Ansa reported from Annie" I : There were just too I: The bill, sponsored by Talmadge I 9 1011B131415
54 42Jacksonville I 8. Prmnclsco 62 43 of wealth support will be Massae\ Carrara Province In Tuscany WINTER HAVEN: "The s..lnhi"W''G' : many of our boys absent. We're would bar Negroes from votingby
68 52 I SaYl.D& 64 45xaoztU. capital. 18S20 E;:]
26 UKw I j StatUs SO 28Tampa given on a more adequate basis." Under provisions of the "Five yesterday that the bodies of LAKELAND-POLK: "Somewhere. In tha, I going to bring it up first thing in : making primaries exclusively I 16 17
West 77Kansa __ 7* 59 300 killed by the Germansand Darling Clemen- the "club" affairs for white citizens
The citizens group 'also com- Funds Act" adopted in 1945 all persons Right PALACE"MT m rnincand well have ,
Ctty 2OLUUo I Vlcksburc 3* 31Wasblmctoa thrown into true.Aona and the Kin of P'am": 1 to the The House j 23 24 25 26 27 28
have been a common grave.in everybody tttere. acceptable party.
Hock 9O 33 I 4T 21 .Plained that restrictions LAKE: "Of Human Bo.da..." "Spook I II I
baa AficaU* II 44 I I w&lrnlsLles Cl 43 1 Placed on the financial adminis Continued on Faze 2-CoL 4] 1944 had been exhumed. U ..u.cn.'. Said Slyer Goldsbcrg of Coweta has passed it. i





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i' Solons Refuse presumably will join Marshall in.,\ be eased by giving them more freedom 1, to evict undesirable tenants 'rll the Russian capital after the exhaustive I a request by
Plan Financial Aid The House Foreign Affairs Committee ]Rep. Rogers: IR.-Mass.l calling for
Citrus i Frost ForecastFor i preliminary work on the
Industry Phillips German treaty has been received a pledge of to-1') "full information" on the 'vlth-
Truman's Bid pleted. com- I operation from Secretary of State '
' To Aid i Citrus Needed SaysCommittee j Other developments in Congress -

:Cures Outlined Heard ThursdayContinued [Continued from Page 1] I were The: House Judiciary Committee I

TodayContinued voted 20-6 in favor of a Constitutional -
listed that the press of Senate amendment limiting
, [Continued from Pare 1] [ from Page 1] [ from Page 1] [Continued from Pare 1] duties Washington would pre- President to eight years in any the

jgid start pooling Ideas and ef- Horsey idea. It is probable the the cold may affect young potato auxiliary funds, such as tuition, vent their undertaking the same White House.GOP kj

. flU,"the sooner we will get re- FCC will be asked, to go into the plantings in the Hastings area. I student fees, and dining room and role for Marshall at Moscow, cool Warring reception to factions a House gave com-a I
fIIta' formation of a citrus industry where the all-important
dormitory receipts are depositedwith peace
offered four points In each He added that the windy .cold promise which would give small
rHe as'suggested
council such
< ; .by the
the State treaty for Germany is to be
twice
Treasurer. All expenditures taxpayers as much relief I in
: .supply and demand which thectrus Tampa citrus who came would extend as far south as the
'.' I' processor above $50 must be drafted. I percentage terms as those with ,
could do toward improving approved -
here from Canada where he is cucumber regions around Bush- i big incomes. I
the present situation. In supply by the Board of Control Rep.Engel [iRMich.jsaid
who
j of Connally had indicated he
president Dominion Stores, nell.
.' He said citrus, except pos the compromise still "doesn't !
he suggested: I'Inc. a large chain organization and State warrants drawn for pay planned to Marshall to I
grocery accompany
'"1. Give the consumer a uniform -' sibly that in the extreme northern ment.A I help the little man" enough. I Ii
a chain bakery and several Moscow and remain throughoutthe i The Senate Labor Committee
be
high quality commodity,
\ section of the state around salary schedule should be'
other
(It in fresh or processed form. | merchandising organi- conferences, apparently followed heard Louis Waldman. New York
adopted at all institutions
with
Gainesville :
would dam a
zations. escape attorney testify that
fresh and outlawing the
2. Keep fruit both In wide enough range to enable theprocuri.ng Vandenberg's lead in turn-
{processed form from going to The FCCs attorney, BUt Allen age. closed shop would be an "invita-
of desirable personnel, ing down Mr. Truman's invitation.
market that doesn't come up to of Bartow, is also expectedto the committee said. Florida is Dosing i tion ::tstrike" and a boon to Com
the standards set for a uniform By The Associated Press Both men will stay on the job In I
make a formal report on legal Winds of near gale some of its outstanding teachers the Senate where they subject Sen.
.{i high quality commodity. velocity can McCarthy (R-Wis) said
action to force Pasco PackingCo. whipped and research workers to other the Moscow proceedings to day (landlords'
*3. Take every possible meas- a biting cold wave east- a complaints about OPA
ure to Increase the efficiency with of Dade City to pay upwardsof ward to the Atlantic seaboard States, the group declared, because
i $40,000 in salaries are too low.
tangerines advertising
: which fruit is handled from the :Tuesday as much of the Nation
time it leaves the tree until it taxes which it maintains felt the sting of Winter's sharpest The committee also recommended -
reaches the consumer. J it does not owe because of blasts. re-organization of the entire NO OTHER COFFEE GIVES YOUR.R
system of financial
accounting and
its
"4. If supply of uniform high interpretation of the State The frigid air mass, surging
quality commodity exceeds what law, contending that this statute eastward at train the appointment of committees to
express speed
.i existing demand win take at prices I' does not specifically imposea sent study needs of the State recom-
temperatures into the fastest mend services
; which keep the industry on an tax on processing tangerines. I skid of the Winter. Although low and to meet these needs
present budgets to finance the
even keel-seek new markets anduses.
:. ." Action on bonds and licenses er readings have been rcorded this services.
!
1 Regarding demand he suggested for citrus fruit dealers who have Winter, weather forecasters said
,
filed the high winds made the Claude Wolfe
: applications since the last current Orlando civic
. I I "1. Confining supply to a unl- FCC meeting will also be studied. cold wave the most biting of the I leader, was elected chairman of
I form high quality product will season.In I i the newly-organized Orlando unit
of the Florida Forward Through
' minimize consumer*' substltnt- quality of fruit is reduced by pro- Detroit the mercury tuin-I Education Committee last night
bag other commodities. cessing in packing houses he said. bled from 34 to six degrees in as the group formed to advancethe
, **2. 'Selling1 consumers. old and This combined with the fact that six hours and the Weather Bu- general cause of education in
new on using citrus fruits in fruit is picked before it is ripe reau described the fall as ""prob- Florida.Dr. .
fresh and processed form. accounts for the low quality of ably the sharpest in the last 10 j Paul R. Miles, director of
"3. Developing new uses and I fruit on the market. yea r.." Washington, D. C. I research for the committee on
Research in this field
products. ""The which basked in p- education, Unit- Ma
' should be pushed forward with one answer rests largely comparative rw-a ?n- F/a.
. full speed I in letting fruit ripen on the treea balmy weather, expected a sudden ,ed States Cham-
. "4. Development of foreign mar little longer before picking and drop to 15 degrees. ,ber of Commerce.
shipping it out," he said. ,was speaker for
kets. In Oklahoma City, the mercury ti* ; the occasion and
the 10 At a meeting of the board of
In reviewing past years slid from 64 to 20 overnight. In urged business
. ,of the industry Smith said Florida directors after the stockholders 16 hours, Chicago's temperature 55 I j and educators
I men -
. accounted for 43 per cent of the session all officers were reelectedas I fell from 41 to one below to work to-
zero.
total crop in the five prewar years follows: J. J. Parrish of Titus-
and in the current season accounted vllle. president: J. Earl Andersonof I t, Temperatures ranged down to [gether to im-
for 51 per cent. Lakeland, vice president: Al 22 degrees below zero at Devils prove the quantity -
Orange, he aid this season H. WhItmore of Orlando, secretary Lake. N. D. coldest spot in the and quality
were 56 per cent higher than the treasurer: and Jennings country. By this morning the zero t of education in
average for the five war years. Hurt Jr.. of Orlando, assistant weather was expected to extendas [Florida which
Tangerine production showed a secretarytreasurer.Named far south as Kentucky and the !he said, ranks as
la
similar Increase while grapefruitfor to serve on the executive Ohio River and as far east leader of
as If there's
[Southern States one thing you want in your coffee it's rich, fresh
this season is roughly 30S S committee with Whltmorewere Pennsylvania. West Virginia and I but
cent larger than the average were Carpenter and Ralph upstate New York.A only midway
per
fla\or. No
Wolfe in the list of the other coffee offers it in greater abundance than
|Boswell. both of Orlando.
;of the five war yean or general upward trend was 'States of the nation.C .
about 75 per cent higher than ,\I Previously, Anderson L. T. forecast to start in the Midwest ,D. Davenport manager of the A&P Coffee because A&P Coffee is cold in the whole
the average production of the Bice of Haines City and Ford this afternoon.

five prewar years. I[Moody of Palm Harbor, were Northwest gales and snow I Tallahassee, urged Chamber the local unit of as Commerce he- fresh bean then Custom Ground exactly right for jour
elected to
Dr. Paul L. Harding horticul- j three-year terms as di arIJ'J
squalls attended the cold as it said other city groups are being ;
.turallst at the U. 8. Dept. of Agri. rectors.
i I veloped the en-I coffeepot when buy. And, there's blend to suit
to
urged a
. culture's Plant Industry Bureau'\I In his report to the association upper Mississippi carry their problems "di- you your. .

here explained conducted"tasting"by the experiments bureau- I 718.WhItmore Loans listed during assets 1946 at totalled$1.389- Missouri and Ohio Valleys Valleys.the Temperatures Great Lakes Florida rect from Legislature.the grass" roots to the taste mild, medium, or strong. So it's easy to. see. why., : __.

for the past several years in determining -I i 1213000. with 1040.128 outstanding I were expected to fall to near zero I Mrs. Martin Andersen was elect- A&P Coffee is ismerica's most coffee millions of ,
popular by
ed first vice-chairman .
the season of the year as of Dec. 31. Net profit in the Appalachians about 10 of the Or- ... ,,... C\t
when quality of fruit is at its best. I I was reported at $11,926 as com above in the foothills, and around ond lando unit. Heskin Whltta.: er sec- pounds. It's the only coffee that can claim that distinction.: -
vice-chairman
I and Ha aid F.
It Is generally conceded that the pared with $7.137 in 1945. 15 degrees on the coast.
Anderson secretary.
Walton McJordan president of:
Admiral Byrd the Greater Orlando Chamber of:
: Commerce, promised the new
SECTIOHIZERS WANTED Revisits Caves group the assistance and finances
, of the chamber in the efforts that
i: LITTLE AMERICA [API] Ad- may be made to improve educa- S
, J miral Richard E. Byrd, revisiting tion within the State.

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r built in 1928 and 1933, lunched tobacco which he lit and mur-
F. t' yesterday on Eskimo biscuits mured:
, baked nearly 20 years'ago and "Good Damn good! Just the
,. tasted long-frozen apples can- right dampness to the tobacco."
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31

Jewish Leaders Wednesday February 5, 1947 (rlatthn flUmifatg rattnl Page
Barter Theater GovernmentTo Vets Housing ;

the meeting he said his declara- |:delegates are from Australia, Bel-
Appeal Get BritishUltimatum I Truman U.S. ExplainsArms tion was the "bedrock" policy of turn Colombia and France.
the United States which he i I The UJ5. delegate said he was
Play Praised Program AiredPossibilities would repeat as often as necessary 'i
Portal CaseDETROIT 1 j I' Flays Polish -

WYNDHAM HAYWARD [API The United for Increased con- JERUSALEM [rAP Evacuation ProgramLAKE Austin and the delegates of five day.council may meet again Thurs-
By
convoys of British women and !i Elections j ji
other countries including Soviet
States Government yesterdaysought struction of more veterans housing I
-jliat; immortarand bewhiskered! I children rolled out of barricaded Russia will go into an informal -
nonagenarian. GBS. could have the right to carry the Mt. units in Orlando through private Jerusalem yesterday while Jewish :i, WASHINGTON t API Pres. Truman SUCCESS, N.Y. TAP] The huddle today in an attempt to WHY PAY
taken pride In The BartenTheater Clemens Pottery'Co. case possiblekey enterprise were discussed at a con- I leaders studied a British ultimatum i!I tossed diplomatic niceties !|United: States in a "bedrock" dec- draft a resolution setting up an N. IE NQRE1In-
production' of "Arms giving them seven days to j I aside yesterday and told the new j laration of served \ reduction
company's to nearly $5 billion in portal- ference of members of the Mayor's policy notice arms commission that ASPI A '
Venerable farce co-operate in "locating and bring- Polish ambassador to his face that t I,, that world limitation the council will
and the Man. back to the housing committee and yesterday arms i accept. The other womJ'S
claims
to-portal pay emergency ing to justice members of terrorist his country "failed to fulfill" its ,
satire on war and the military 1I depended primarily on thepeace
Supreme Court. representatives of the Federal hold free election.
groups. pledge to a
caste, at the Winter Park High I : treaties with Germany and
Picard
Federal Judge Frank A. Housing Administration and Na- Approximately 2,000 civilians r f At the same time the President
School auditorium last night that the Attorney General's d Japan and the creation of an effective -
announced uprooted from their Palestine formally accepted Josef Winiewicz j] STARTLINGIV
where than 900 turned out tional Housing Administrationhere I United Nations force to
more office would appeal today homes, were moved under military 11 as representative of the Warsaw,.
for the benefit performance sponsored with a petition to intervene as a yesterday.The escort to Sarafand and Haifa to Government. This ceremony symbolized keep the peace. I E ON THE LIVEST SUBJECT OF THE DAY |E
the Winter Park Kiwanis ini- Warren R. Austin, former Republican -
by party to the six-year-old suit. new program recently await removal by plane or train what officials privately ) '
Club. Government attaches in court tiated by the FHA providing for today to Egypt. 'i admit is the failure of a major ], Senator from Vermont y
If this reviewer;had had the, said John F. Sonnett. assistant larger loans repaid over a longer Tension in the Holy Land con- .American policy-an effort to put 1 and chief U.s. delegate to use 'I PORTENT OF THE ATOMIC BOMB
cable fee to spare he would have i U.s. attorney was en route from period of time to private buildersfor tinned high, as the British ,|control of the Government into'. United Nations, told the UN 'Security And "
sept the great Irish playwright a'' Washington to present the peti- construction of single and multiple -I strung new barbed wire bar- the hands of the Polish people. j I, Council that those factors DESTRUCTION OF MODERN BABYLON
message sayinzrthat the well-worn. I tion. rental units was explained by riers in anticipation of new out- I l For the time being. American were the "most important" ele- I .
lines still helOrtheir-maCC'to: this i! Sonnett appeared before Judge W. F. Keehan Russell V. Tinney breaks of violence. Nearly 200 policy appears to have been I ments which must .be consideredIn BY I. IRTIN MOORE OF CELTNA. OHIO
atomic age. despite a'certain sense Picard Jan. 30 as a friend of the and Richard L. Stanley, all of the Jewish families were given 24 thrown on the defensive by the j: world arms regulation and re- CLEARILLUMINATIVEINSTRUCTIVEFmST
of anachronism which the piece i court and pleaded for dismissal Jacksonville FHA office. hours to find new quarters after !political advances of the Com- I duction. \
has acquired .since science took I of the Mt. Clemens case. Thereupon Tinney said that because of the being ordered from Jerusalem munist-dominated Polish adminjistration. Austin made it clear to the CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
the field M Mara at .Hiroshima high cost of building, which madeit council that he spoke after con-
over : his status in the suit was at houses and apartment buildings In the background, TONIGHT AT '::30 P. M. KALEY STREETThere's
and Nagasaki;:: I an end. impossible for many veterans to to make room for compounds 1 1 however is a reported determination sultation with the highest lead-
It isnt daythat Central buy or build the FHA recom- Government of- I ers of his Government. After
every 11' If accepted as a part to the suit being built for of top officials to deny to
Florida can see George Bernard the Attorney General's office could mended the erection of more rental ficials. Poland such economic aid as they
Shaw and the Kiwanis Club of I appeal any decision handed down I units which were needed to relieve The newest security measurewas can when that would hurt the
Winter Park deserves the highest by Judge Picard. the housing shortage until an order forbidding officers I Government but not the masses of II Pleasure Ahead For You When You Attend
praise and strongest financial sup- such time as veterans could buy
The court made the announce- and men on British ships at Pales- ,the Polish people.
port for their courage and convic- ment yesterday as it concluded their own homes. tine ports from going ashore. I -
tions in sponsoring the Barter testimony by the company and its He added that smaller divided The British evacuees mostly the 1 1 WARSAW [TAP Stanislaw Mik-'I i
Theater's two night-stand. Today former employesglory projects were recommended by the wives and children of civilians :olaJczyk peasant party leader. K Kr
brings the Bard's "Much Ado FHA because it had been found \
were transported with a minimumof i rose in Poland's new parliamentat
About Nothing." for matinee and they were easier to finance couldbe CRUSADE
the
conflict I confusion through sunny its first session yesterday and
of international in better locations and
evening shows and we hope that placed
and ultra-nationalistic heroism. Judean hills to the holding cen- in a fighting speech challengedits I
beneficial to the owneras
every youngster who studies were more ters in Haifa and Sarafand where validity and demanded new
Shakespeare in Central Florida The play it was interesting to well as the community. they were assigned 40 to a hut. i elections.
high schools will be there at one note, still carries its message after "We have a tremendous prob- ;, Mikolajczyk, who led a hopeless I :
or the other performance. By the 53 years and it still provides a lem in trying to figure a low LONDON [API Arab officials ,fight in Poland's Jan. 19 general
Quality of action and acting in last good evening's fun. Chaucy Hors- rental with the high cost of flatly rejected yesterday any move s i elections which bOth the United I
night's comedy it i&.easy to see ley, as Raina [pronounced Rah-ee- building on the market today" to partition Palestine in the face i States and Britain have declaredwere FOR CHRIST j1J
that the Barter Theater com- nal was a lovely tall creature Tinney said. of a report that the British cabinet neither free nor unfettered. /
pany's version of the Shakespeare, looking charming enough to befuddle He added, however, that small already had made up its mind to spoke just after the parliamenthad .JYou
f play will be something not to miss. a dozen Balkan or Swiss of- concrete homes with a minimumof divide the Holy Land into Arab elected 62-year-old Wlady-
r for the wen. And ficers. She threw herself' around and Jewish States with Britain
as built
grown-ups interior millwork could be slaw Kowalski, a novelist, as its Non-Sectarian
Will Love
YMI WiN Enter
besides all funds raised over 'expenses the stage with a gay abandon and ; under FHA sponsorship much remaining temporarily in control. marshal. SERGEANT SHAW STANLEY DeWAR''S:
go to the Kiwanis Club's excellent ornamental effect and I cheaper under the new program The Arabs' stand was taken at Provisional Pres. Boleslaw Bie- MnNg. Mu...
charitable and welfare work. You was eminently satisfying in the a meeting with British officials
than the average unit currently I rut and the entire Cabinet headed :
role. Herbert Nelson played Capt. I at which Foreign Secretary Bevin
can't lose. Edward Obsubka-
under construction. > by Premier
Last night's .audience found Bluntschli. the Chocolate Soldier Stanley emphasized the import- I I I promised he would have "some- !Morawski then resigned after its Memorial Jr. High SchoolCOME
communicate" within
who hides in her bedroom to thing; to
"Arms and the Man" as keen took ance of subdivision and land plan- two days. An official spokesmansaid ;119 months tenure to await the
the Bulgars and he
clever and biting in its Shavian escape ning in locating units, explainingthat the Palestine conference .,election today of a new president
his difficult part to heart, and the FHA had set up a department i for term. Bierut was
quips and irony as ever, and probably would end after Bevin's a seven-year
of his
probably most of those attendIng gave boredom the with proper war impression and everythingelse solely to aid in planning pronouncement. 'regarded as certain of being re- AND JOIN THIS CRUSADE IN HONOR OF THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR
had never seen the play be- locations for the best advantage of Bevin told the conference that [elected. He then will appoint a
except Raina. as a respect- ALL TO PRESERVE OUR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
the builder and renter.
fore. It was a community audience able should. Britain still had not decided on a ; premier to form a new govern-
mercenary The need for additional veterans
baker, including and the tilling the butcher station, operator the- Nicola in the person of Jerry housing in Orlando was cited by plan for the Holy Land the ,ment. SUBJECTS: Wednesday. Feb. 5th. "The Love of God

as well as the literati and ,Urchin and Louka played by Joan Mayor William Beardall and C. spokesman said.Nevertheless, another Govern- arate Arab and Jewish territories. I Thursday. Feb. 6th. Things to Remember.
the social set. They found the DeWeese were outstanding as the Walton Rex Orlando Realtor. I Friday. Feb. 7th. "God's
and Tom McDermott, as ment informant said earlier that I with overall control held at least Pay Day.
production skillfully directed Maj.servants Sergius Saranoff the cavalry I Rex pointed to the fact that 165 the decision had already been temporarily by the mandatory I Services held each evening at 7:30.
and put on with that air that veterans and 35 soldiers are livingat made to divide Palestine into sep- power-Britain. '
the blustering
fanciful debonaire manner that commander was the Veterans Trailer Park with
the play requires for a success- show-off that the part requires. 150 applicants awaiting a vacancy.
Maj. Petkoff, Raina's father, was ,

ful and going presentation preposterous to serve the, of situations purpose Its foolish, all of' played consummate by Gordon efficiency Sommers and witha his seas$3.500"While, they or these dreamed$4,000 boys cottage of were that"over-little Rex : f ;t "'-:1r: ;; :; ,:+ :

in for full :
wife Catherine
*=.1.. the Shaw of philosophy the glamour, the and debunking honors Thompson.The in the performance.came by Margaret I 1 said.they "But found when that they little tot$3,500 backI and I ? : .iffJ?: ; !!21 .: sI

house selling for $10,000
play was well cast the set- .. -
Pine Castle Variety Works I tings and stage properties ade- they can't afford to pay that. : ::". .. f : :>-.: ::: :Again:. .,possible( for:us to -:.. --'- "- '< ;-* '.J1 "
quate and colorful. The cast's sin- "They were encouraged in the : :+: say

I Building General Contractile MID Work cere their and audience earnest performance most pleasantlyback took belief under the they GI would Bill of get Rights something but as Yo

New a* Repair to that nostaleical time when yet they haven't got a lot of what .f 1t!)
Phone 2-2576 or 2-4808 the Balkan difficulties were almost they were led to believe.
Pine Castle Fla. an international joke. And that's "I believe one point of the trou- 'IE 'OU'I "c: llt
all one can ask.-WH. I ble in veterans housing can be attributed -
to greed." Rex said. "The WE
people are not satisfied to make
$250 on a little $3,500 house but '
IF RUPTURED they want to make $1.000.
The development of the Wash- ; .
., ington Shores Negro housing sub- 'li1 vlfjo
TRY THIS OUT division was praised by Albert L.
.w.. Thompson racial relations advisorof ins .tFSna, 'k t s' +a
the NHA in Atlanta. ,.'4.i'S' 3.R .. iE otM sy',

ModmrTrotection WITHOUT Provides TORTUROUS) Great Comfort TRUSS and WEARINGAn Holding Security great"There market Is a for great Negro need housingin and ; : t. s"J",;:, q vooY R +

Orlando and unless private .c : :
"eye-opening" revelation In sensible and comfortable reduc- enterprise helps make some provisions : :
ible rupture protection may be yours for the asking without cost it will fail" he said. % ; rf f. :: : f
\ or obligation. Simply tear this out and mall with your name and "You have made a sound approach : ,
address to William S. Rice. Inc. Dept. 322-C Adams N. Y. and to the problem here andI .i >
full details of the new and different Rice Method will be sent you have nothing but praise for : : y:55 }a .
Free. Without hard flesh-gouging pads or tormenting pressure what I've seen here in what ., : ; .
here's a support that has brought joy and comfort to thousandsby you're doing in the Washington i..::: ,. .. to ;merlt: : i
; ovr <
Y' :
Truss and that
them from with
springs
releasing straps Shores project. ..: &> t:
bind and cut. Designed to securely hold a rupture up and in William J. Placie of the NHA .t ; : ? .,'J:1: : :, : .
where it belongs and yet give freedom of body and genuine com- pointed to the steady increase in '
.Ji.} fort. For FREE TREATISE and full information-write today! available materials during 1946 !friendship and goodwill!::?
To merit lasting friendship-to merit
NAtUE,. 1 ..--.-...- and predicted continuance of the your your
increase proportionately in 1947.
ADDRESS He also predicted enough materialsby : :: \:: :' >.J(. lasting goodwill-we operate our service business
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the end of 1947 to take care of :! "

practically all housing needs. .: ,::: .::: ..!j jf : in accordance with the following principles:

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or we as a dealer have desired, due primarily
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,,. our customer for a long time to cornel! We will endeavor to have your car ready on time. If the work takes

longer than we estimate,we will advise you as far in advance as possible.

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et July." Labor Day. Thankscinox and Christmas, b, THESE 00OOY5 1t'tJHEAR1 Branch Water L Ised' To Fill
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South Entered Grant a. second-clan Ave.. Orlando.matter Da. atbe Poet Office atOrtind' grade and maturity regulations S9 that a $ EACH OTHER IN A&OUT PEPTIC'SPROMOTION 1

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TELEPHONE Departments 4161 .. OTHER ONLY NOT ONLY THAT- ,
.., In effect the Indian River people are MUCK
Subscription Price 35c Per Week. $1.5OPer Mo. Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel:
Hmav Earroeui DUKTOS saying "you are using our money to ad- dL15TcOINIfl4lMS STRYAgn.uR WIFE I had an experience in one of our 1/ ,%c TAP '
fusum IAICH.
Jaun MAITM CAWTBOH.ANMIUN Gin. M *. MAHCO. T. UvtfMCt Alf. D... vertise the poorer fruit .of other sectionsof APE ALc4.Iv5rna .- S 1 ISV&ILE GOII4 so called better gas stations yesterday ., VMATEK

C. W. LWITT, BM. M... laBT F. WAMIS, Cain M... the citrus belt." And they are right. | sM ot_ cxtEWllH W1LMER5 WIFE LEFT APOPT that,J think the motoristsof

Louis! ANDUSIN. MAMACIM !.. NO...T COMSOMMI Sac. TaiAt. It seems to us that the establishmept of j J ME. WI.AT HIM LAST NkSHT-yANP VTRipLETS took Orlando my car should in to be know greased about.and I

Member of The Associated Press a quality Florida brand would partially! NEWWnI4S.-' SEOR3E LOST HIS OOB- when the man went to check the

The Associated Press is exclusively entitled answer their objections to the present set. 'bJALF5 ? IRMA HA5TD HAVE battery he found the distilled ,
to th* us* for re-publication of aU ; <
news dispatches accredited to it or not up. And we furthermore believe that some ANOTHER OPERATION 7/ : water container empty whereuponhe ':,ij
Otherwise accredited to this paper' and walked over to a hydrant and
e should be used
of their monies
published herein. percentage I
Iso the local news proceeded to fill it with tap water.

dispatches AU right for lierein re-publication are also reserved.of special to advertise Indian River fruit, which all When I told him not to put any<> ---- -------- -

= acknowledge brings a premium for quality in my battery, he started to give ;
PAGE 4WED.. FEB. 5. 1947 It would be disastrous for the commis- me an argument saying he doubted that reaches mto every level of
if I could find I society. and ranges through e .a- \
secession for any gas stations
this
sion to allow proposed ,
nomics politics social life and
; TODAY'S THOUGHTSA \ that didnt do the same thing. j religious -
it would breed other attempts at secessionand life.
new commandment I give unto you. That Just out of pure curiosity I j
strike a terrific blow at the foundations l' stopped into three other stations It points to a situation that is
love one another: u I have loved you. that ye
jre
13:34. of the FCC. If this move goes beyond and found to my dismay they becoming serious if this is to re-
also love another--Jobn :
one
I main the home of free
talk stage we can envision another move were doing it too. The fourth men and .
love another the of Orange County citrus men place was a battery shop and they I women for it notes that we
See how these Christians one on part I have departed from the moral
took care of me The only thing
Tertuzzian. to secede "because we grow the finest 'I I can say these men were honest I basis of life as individuals and
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interior Florida fruit. S are following the road that has
enough to admit it. but how many
Some People Have Been Overlooked We believe that the creation of the FCC 1rvt I I of us would ever question an item I led other great nations to oblivion

was the most important single event in the Jos. TAPPAN ; like this. No wonder our batteries in the past.
that schoolteachers I I None of us is free from
WE NOTE IN the news history of citrus marketing and to kill it 8EVERARDST. : don't last. blamenewspapers
P-TA members and school I F.JM. magazines, churches
would breed disaster. But we believe that IEVfPSE. P44SS. ; and just plain citizens. We
I
officials have agreed to changes in thecounty's the commission has been dilatory in S Another Reader Liked Editorial have eased up on our strict appli-
Teacher Tenure Act at the next cation of moral
shouldering its responsibilities and downright codese; have

session of the Florida Legislature. This is dictatorial in its refusal to do any "Are We Morally Bankrupt quit making it "uncomfortable"for
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welcome news. : Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel one to fail to live uprightly
of the East Coast
Missing from the news of the agree- thing about the plaints PITCHING HORSESHOES I have read your editorial of I and we wink our eyes at evils formerly
citrus men. Jan. 31, "Are We Morally Bankrupt !I not tolerated by decent
ment was word of acquiescence on the partof Some action to satisfy this important ." more than once. and with people.I .

the Orange County legislative delega segment of the industry should be made great appreciation.It wish your editorial could be
Art and Love Don't MixA
tion.The now-today before the rebellion reaches is an essay that recognizesthat repeated in sermons, political
Messrs. Tyn Cobb Jr., Alex Aker- something is wrong with speeches and newspapers and

man Jr. and Sen. Walter Rose will haveto the shooting stage. modem American life something magazines until it begins to have
Br BILLY ROSE week after Rudy proposed. Jane marriei::1 I the effect it should.
handle the proposed amendments. We ..... .
: MERRYGOROUNDMarshall This is a Broadway love story. If you like happy him. The day after the wedding he told me the: I E, M. B.
believe it would be wise and courteous to I _
to turn to the stock- had rented the whole floor of a brownstone hous
ought
endings, maybe you <
invite them to the meetings on the matter Editorial On Bankruptcy
Starts FastI market page. in the East 30's. He invited me to drop around a
for their guidance and advice. 'I siflJ;;; Of Morals Draws Praise

They could fail to present the matter DREW PEARSON Rudolf Richter had a personality like an almond soon as they got settled.A Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel

In the House or the Senate, if they didn't WASHINGTON-Those who have watched Gen. bar-sweet but nutty. He was one of our month later. I did. I was anxious to see ho\ I Just a word or two to thank you:

happen to like it. Of course such a proce- Marshall close-up think he has made an excellent 'top scenic designers. Whenever the :script called he had decorated: his apartment. I expected something i = for your editorial in the Sentinel

dure would be politics but it could fast-moving start as Secretary of State. However for'a stage full of gingerbread and spangles. Rudy out of the Arabian Nights. Figuring she'i n on "Are We Morally Bankrupt
poor they still have their fingers crossed. Too I got the job. After a producer engaged him, he get a kick out of it, I took Eleanor along. I 4 p. A brave and splendid word-the
It be wise lock the door
happen. might to i brooms" have come into the State would then engage somebody else to follow Rudy Rudy and Jane were at the door to meet us. Th very best I have read in many and

before the horse is stolen. Department many new before. They rarely sweep out the and see he didn't fall -"'* apartment consisted of six spacious. well-hghtei'd By BARNEY BARNES I many a day. I read it from my

seldom the dust out from under down a manhole. '/0 ("LA\'S" rooms. I looked around and so did Eleanor. The:[0 THE QUESTIONDo pulpit Sunday morning Feb. 2.
get
corners I Please sir. do it
Labor Waves Rent Control ClubrpHE diplomatic rugs. In his brief tenure however This talented zany lived \ S11VS' we looked at each other. you approve of the Orlando : in the interest of again our and American again

Marshall has: on a special cloud of his 2 There were no drapes no carpets: no pictures. t Police Department's policy i i future.
TEMPER OF the labor unions of Undersecretary own, somewhere between There the floor of of giving courtesy tickets to Pardon
1.-Named able sometimes timid was a telephone on the living me for saying It, but If
1 the nation has made it increasingly Graustark and the Land S Winter visitors and traffic tickets I had written the
of State Dean Acheson as chief of staff with room-and nothing else. The master bedroom article would
plain that, rightly or wrongly, the key to complete authority to cleanse the department. i of Oz. The wise guys -' 4 S had a bed-nothing else. In what would ordi- violations to citizens? for minor traffic have added a pregnant word con

labor peace in this nation this year is the 2. Backed up Spruille Braden's position that around Shubert Alley narily be the dining room Rudy had set.up a S THE ANSWERS S i demning the wholesale practice
used to say that when ''''' plain deal table for his and paint of lust through all our American
continuance of rent controls. Argentina must purge the Nazis. Simultaneously I crayons pots. Robert Garland, insurance life stalking forth from day to

Now comes the CIO with a proposal to Marshall avoided an unpleasant Rudy the walked fruitcakes past a in bakery the -,." : .. Except for the furniture I have mentioned th e clerk, Orlando. "Yes, I approve of day without fear or shame. Under

fire Maj.) Gen. Fleming for the White House situation with windy Ambassador apartment was bare as a bowling alley If they at e this policy. because this withering curse our homesL.
window would
comedy of errors which led perilously closeto 1F George Messersmith. turn to home, it must have been off the window sill.I as guests are rapidly falling to pieces- .
t 3. Pledged his firm belief that each other and say. could see Jane was terribly embarrassed i n I of our city they about one out of every thret. In
a 10 per cent overall rent raise last is civilian "That's the fellow I was several of our large Southern elites
I the State Department a ... front of Eleanor. We made a little small-talk an d are due this
weiek./ We cannot conceive of what good telling you about." last year there were more divorces
I agency and should be run by left as quickly as we could. courtesy. This .
such hatchet move would do. tt- civilians not brasshats.' To this Rudy worked for me I does not mean than marriages and the same In

Both Philip Murray of the CIO and William % ] end. Marshall has told intimates on and off. for half a _ _ When we got out on the street, Eleanor said "''I the guests stay :- I' Are a number we American of. our people FIrolda content towns.

Green of the AFL have made it plain he will bring no generals or regular dozen years. There must have been a thousand don't get it." ing here all to keep quiet as we drift into the

that, if rent controls are lifted, they can- Army men into the tate DCt' girls around the various shows he designed. Richter "I think I do" I said. "It has nothing to do I Winter are free 4 !i veriest paganism? May It not b.
partment. never saw them. As far as he was concerned a girl without penalty. sol!
not be responsible for the strikes for higher with money-he makes plenty. Rudy is a special I
4. Moved to solve one thorny was something that got in the way of his scenery. I to disregard our L. M. BROYLES.
wges which will follow. ri L United Nations headachetheatom tort of fellow. He lives In the batty world that'sunder S traffic regula-, .
his hat. We his place as an empty S I
Pres. Truman seems to believe that see tions. There Is
bomb. Without appearing Then one day. Rudy fell in love with the prettiest -
shown
With that girl in there Rudy probably few GarlandS some consideration. Most
rent controls are the key to labor peace, for Marshall to do so. he's eased tension on girl in a new show he had designed for me. apartment. Marie Antol- always a shown them and try to adhere
it Solomon's palace, who will take
he was quick to quash the OPA attemptat the red-hot atomic-energy issue so long debatedIn I No one thought he had a chance with this doll. sees as people advantageof visitors appreciate the courtesy
Mahal.
I nette's boudoir and the Taj a courtesy but they are in the
a rate hike last week. And he has stated New York. Jane Morgan might; have inspired; the invention of to the laws."
I "I don't care what he sees said the Missu:5. minority and of little concern. I
publicly that lifting of rent controls Technicolor. She had hair the color of daisy- *
any "I'm betting the marriage won't last. The good will created by this act O. C. Stewart,
Orlando.
will be up to Congress, putting the respon- Diplomats Agog: Sec. Marshall's breathtakingpace I centers. and eyes as green as a new dollar bill. How right she was! of courtesy is worth a lot in attracting "\VhI the realtor.
has set the usually staid Washington diplomatic -,I From the backers to the assistant electrician, everybody l1 policy was started I
sibility squarely on Republican doorsteps.We A couple of weeks later. Rudy came to see mi e more visitors. thought it was
had given her the wolf-eye.
afire. Diplomats who rarely stir from I'
corps *
hold brief for the of "How's Jane?" I asked.'Wish .
club
no use a 1 good but some
their offices can now be seen whispering at cock- To everybody's amazement, Jane paid plenty of Michael Lewis express vehicle-
like rent control by labor leaders but do I knew." said the designer. "She walked S people have
we I
tall parties bouncing around hotel luncheon tables attention to Rudy. The reason was simple. Heasked man, Orlando. "No except Incases
believe with them that an end to controls comparing notes on the significance of Marshall's her to marry him. out on me last week. Can't figure it. We wereso I where abused this cour-

today would muddy up the economic picture every move. The diplomatic cables have been cluttered I i [It's always been my opinion that If Nicholas happy. .And" then, bang!-she runs off with I I an automobile tesy.of-State Having license out ,

in a dangerous fashion.It with memoranda from Washington Embassies I Nobody "walked up to Greta Garbo and sincerely another guy. We S is traveling S plates the visitors -

will take years to meet the housing analyzing the new Secretary of State. S said "I'd like to marry you" he'd get a respectful "Sorry to hear It." I said. "Who'd she go of f : .. through town S Q know they t

demand in this nation and, with the recent Marshall upset members of the British colonyby hearing. This is the one proposition a with?" S and violates a can park for as

proviso that landlords apply for adjustments holding his first length; diplomatic talk with girl always has time to listen to. My wife violently "I don't know." said Rudy. "Some dope she melI I. minor regulation long a* they
may Soviet Ambassador Xovikov not Britain's Lord disagrees with this theory.] think he's in the furniture business." 5- ': not being famil- pleas and getaway
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in hardship cases, it appears to Jiar with the
InverehapeL -- -- --- -ZT I with It. Incase
us that the wise thing would be to retain I town. Curbs and $
es of major vl-
Later Marshall met the new Polish Ambassador.The ..
controls until the building : WESTBROOK PEGLER SAYS -: truck spaces areS I .
fraternity can interview lasted seven minutes. Marshall said Stewart olations such ai ..

come closer to meeting the pent-up demand hello. made it bluntly clear that the U. S. regardsthe 1 '=->- "':>> S \, clearly marked running stop signs and traffic

for, homes. latest Polish elections as a joke. sent him trotting ""' -S indicating the lights visitors should get the

____ 3______= on his way. Marshall was equally decisive on Another UnionBy Racket CaseThe Lewis use and for time the allowed -I same Visitors treatment should as be local shown residents.some

: the Chinese crisis landed a haymaker on ChiangKaiIhek'
The East Coast Rebellion space still out-of-town cars will consideration, but they should
chin by announcing the recall of U. S.
use them knowing they are violating -
WESTBROOK PEGLER several when I have the same consideration for
A GROUP of responsible and troops. which in effect. have been helping the expose began years ago the law. For people who "

WHEN businessmen start talk of I Kuomintang fight the Communists. The acquittal of two of the foulest rascals in discovered that a gang of local Washington unioi][0 disregard these rules, I can see I our traffic rules.* *

seceding from an organization it is time to i the union racket Joe Fay and Ben Pross, in Fed- racketeers, who ran a night club as a sideline f. I no reason why they should not S Betty Jean Ferrell, floral designer -

take stock and find out what is Cabled Stalin: Marshall has served notice thathell eral District Court, in Newark, N. J.. has aroused had been arrested by the Treasury for hiding a bn,g get tickets the same as local resi Orlando. "No, I do not
wrong. deal with only a maximum of eight State dents." approve of cour-
top
For years Indian River citrus growers Department officials daily. This may or may not be'i' more than passing notice. Indeed Tom Clark the store of liquor in a false room under a sidewall:le / tesy tickets

and operators have felt that the funds they a good thing. since Its dangerous for a Secretary Attorney General in Washington said he regardedthe to evade the Government's tax. They claimed th e Louis Solomon. Winter visitor S where it Is a case

pay into the Florida Citrus Commission for i of State to get too isolated. He wants all memos conduct of the Government's case In the Fay booze belonged to the union and was being heli:ci Hunter. N. Y. "Yes. I think visitors of flagrant violations.

acvertising! have been wasted. I written on a single page, will countenance no un- trial as a "-damned outrage" and ordered for a glorious souse party to celebrate the bunnnj.i rate this Stop

"We have a premium fruit and our dercutting by subordinates. Many a stuffed shirt I,I of the office courtesy but I streets and curbs
investigation
an ot Edgar H. Ross- of the mortgage on the union headquarters. should not be are marked ?
I money should go to advertise it," they have who played hard and fast with Ed Stettimus' Innocence I I I I bach the U. S. Attorney. who allowed a recent There was liquor enough In this cache to allowed to take :. plainly and .

argued. find himself or Jimmy reduced Byrnes'to the good nature now will member of Fay's own union the operating engi- plaster not only the entire local membership but advantage of a there is no excuse -

t' The commission has listened politelyand Marshall rear echelon. neers, to sit on the jury. all the mooching: free-loaders of the New Deal, 'I good thing. for the violations -

> done exactly nothing about the com i the one big battle wants ahead-working to conserve his strength for The farce or "-damned outrage" in the Fay the cocktail clientele male and female, of the Many visitors (j I or over-

t' plaints. II out a perma- case occurred nevertheless after a warning signal Mayflower, taller and hhoreham and the are really Winter looking them by
nent peace with Russia. Marshall knows the '
had been flown in these staying courtesy
': essays civil and military staffs of the Russian Embassy. I guests issuing
i There is no doubt that the Indian River Russians has dealt with them before. he's'I .
Now I ResiFerrell
for the tickets.
and after Mr. Clark's personal attention : season .
people have a big chunk of right on their I determined to make one final effort to reach agreement had been directed to the I hit it one lick and left town on other business.. i and they should < S dents should be shown the same

team. Indian River fruit does bring a on all issues from Germany to the Dardanel job in the course of a ride in his : The Washington Daily News took it up from ther: sPCCtthelaWS 144I' consideration until they are
lIes. If the Russians meet him and came up with a Grand Jury case. Indictment same''
premium and it has established a reputa- halfway there'll be car from his office to his dentist's j to the i proved habitual offenders. This t.,
tion worth millions down through the peace. If they don't the world will know plainly studio. In that conversation Mr followed and a tenacious Assistant U. S. Attorne:; manner as the Solomon city caters to visitors in many "f
years. who is to blame. Marshall already has cabled named John W. Fihelly indicated that he was determined permanent residents Traffic ways and it means a lot to us
The talk and until this it has been Clark expressed no misgivings
year Stalin for a full-dress talk in Moscow next March. S to put up a magnificent brawl for con 0 : rules and regulations differ a lotto but not so much that we should
just talk. now reaches the proportions ofa 1 Note-One Marshall error was to let able. hard concerning Judge Thomas F victions. Larry Kelly, one of the local bas 8 different States. causing unintentional overlook their violations of our

rebellion and it is time for the commis- hitting Joe Panuch resign as deputy Assistant Secretary Meaney. who presided over h both_ '-' unioneers, vanished and presently was reported b:;'I 5 violations and should be I I traffic regulations."

sion to act. of State for administration. Panu h knows !' the Pross case ana the ; the FBI to have died aboard a merchant vessel u Ili- -- --
damned but he did ,. __
.u..rr "nu ran'
I outrage say "
*. government inside-out. did a bang-up job of administratIon Australia. I have my doubts. Amcri19 '
he wasn't so confident of Ross-
'Miss
WE HAVE INSISTED for years that one career despite little co-operation from the bach. who had "given us a lot of This mob was racketeering on war construction I I

the answers to better merchandising clique. Now that he has left. Marshall has '. trouble:' The trial was in progressat for the Navy just outside Washington and

l of the Florida citrus crop is the estab- I victory already for reversed one Byrne. decision which is a the time. Pegler the racket included not only shakedowns but S HORIZONTAL 5 Partner

lishment of a Florida brand, similar to the i Department Panuch.to He soon will move the State Mr. Clark was deeply preoccupied with the John gamblingand allied diversions of horny-handed 1.5 Pictured 6 Belgian river OJ
S more efficient .
California Sunkist brand, so that most ofour i from the department present quarters location several blocks L. Lewis case just then. But busy as he was he bachelors in frontier camps. About $500,000 was Miss America 7 Essential jA
the next to i should have moved to forestall thedamned involved. of 1945 being 4-I
advertising guns may be. trained on a White House. This was a Panuch
proPOSal. 8
outrage" by sending to Newark Government counsel The indictments came down In March 1944. It i 12 Light boat Rodent

in whom he has strong confidence However. now February 1947 almost three years later. And S 13 Attacked 9 Chinese: town

Qrlando Morning Sentinel Radio it was very late In the game for that because at this time, we find Mr. Fihelly engaged in prosecuting .. S 15 Also 10 1 I Chemical Gives courage salt I5M I C A N1 I[At''is AI-rT
Program preparation for trial and investigation of the pros- Japanese war criminals as assistant t 0
12 Social class
I Vouch for 30 Marry again 41 Solar disk
pective jurors are not tasks of an hour or a day. Joseph B. Keenan. an old New Dealer, who hap-
WOtO (SM) WNB4. (5M WLOF U230 WD O (510) WNttC 18 Go astray 14 Attire 31 Comes up 42 Clean
<;00 Church in WUdw'd u Newa-RcvelU* HS Wtns.r T5 5flRIht to Happlnera Photo WLOF Studu mint T Tnur Clark may have felt some embarrassment because pens to be counsel for the defense in the Kelly- I 19 Omit 17 Tasto solo Ability 43 Either

CIS_ Farm Reporter ? Reveill* f.oo HOUH Pa" ---- Backstaie Wlf. Tommy he personally had vouched for Rossmach Moreschi case in Washington. 21 (ab.) 34 Chilled 46 Mire
3O Southland Echo** ? ==_____ Newt-Reveille = Bartlett I Withered
64* News noom mmuu_ Revelll* un. :_ :: -: : 8teU Lorenio Dmn"Jones YMCA Tommy Bartlett _' when his nomination was questioned but the Cavern 20 Neediest 35 Advantages 47 Dutch town

7 00 "a.a Patrol 0_ ___n N.**-Mn., CI..k 4 4S Alliance Church Wldder Brown Dick Tr inn ---. feelings of a Cabinet officer in such a matter This union' locals in many areas were amoni:g : 23 Greek island 22 Caricature 36 English 50 Tungsten
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Yawn Pstro Morn. D.oUona --
R'ndup. Sportsmen-- ..._=== News-Mus Cloca 5:.OO School of AirS -.--.. when Girt Marries Terry & Piratei "_ carry no legitimate weight with the public. the most spectacular shakedown rackets operate!d1! :25 Gluts 24 Trap borou hVi':6 (ab)

_7 41 New*. .. .n\1l. Roundup .,...-Musl .._'. S:30 IS Jnmpin School *of Jacks Air :5r1ce11.u. Jack Sky Kinc Armstrong against American workmen during the war. The: i Work unit 25 Run over 40 Vcntuie 52 Preposition

8.:00 IS W CBS, Meaaenser World New*_ Do News Ton Rounoup Remember_ Band Martin of Acronsky Dv S.45 Radio and Publish. Front .15 Farrell Tennessee Jed ..- .. Fay was acquitted of cheating on his income tax charged farmers and pick-and-shovel hands $5 o :,27 Urge i, ; .. i l:. I. 1 o 1 '." r-

8.30 Wurman' Besiley Do Ton Remember Rhythm Five __0__ e 00 G H. Ous-Utws -- Newi Dinner Music on graft: extorted from contractors on enormous for initiation and. on many jobs, the unhapp; '28! Sun god __I__ _i Li_ _ \..
-I 4i Frank Parker News Eelbeea: Breakfast 6 6'30 15 Lone Lone Ranger Ranger Serenade Serenade to to Am Am Bob Ljl. Eporti Government jobs. Although the Treasury's evidence suckers were laid off and new ones initiated a Jia ::Pronoun 4 1 } .. P
> 00 Dick Jeannte News Roneym-n to N V Breakfast Club-. on Greyhound Gua ____
Evaluator .._1-.i _
S 8:15 Moraine Deeotwn Honeymli in N Y Breakfast Club .. 6 4) Robt Trout Lowell Thomas Sports Parade presented to Rossbach was strong. presentationmay soon as the initiation installments were paid. S I. q _-' Ii- -
1:30: Tun Out. Mute Daytime Classics Breakfast Club 7,00 Mystery of Week Supper Club Headline Edition indeed have beeu such as to justify the jury's Like Phil Murray of the CIO. who compare* 33ProvmcuI :,
S 8 4S Tim Out. Music Nelson Olmsted Breakfast Club 7:15 Jack Smith News of World Elmer Dnls __ 37 Remo\ -. I -. -. -
10 oo Bam wood _- Le Bnllnan __. My Tru Storr 7 3O People Are Funny Carolyn OUbert Fred Robbms _h_ verdict and Clark's anger. his paltry beadaches to the passion: of Jesu s ,5 38 Slack ;l l -S il f r
10:IS Tours Sincerely Lon Lawton My True Story t 4S People Are Funny H. Kaltenbocn Fred Bobbins _h_ S In an earlier prosecution on a charge of sluicing Christ Moreschi: long a union colleague of brothel- I -
10.30 Evelyn Winter -- Road of Lii _0_, Church Hymn* 8 00 Jack Carson u_- Mr A Mrs. North Local News rationed whisky into the black market around 29! Fade ir i.. LT:
10'4S Paahlon in Music Joyce Jordan. M-D Listening f-ott __- S:15 Jack Carson nO" Mr & Mr*. North skip Farrell :, keepers thugs and thieves, has a pretty opinioi::1 40 Pedestal: face
11:00 Arthur Godfrey Fred Warinc __ Tom Brenneman 8:30 DJL Christian Great Gildersleeve Aniebtlt Concertjreat i military training camps in Southern States during of himself. In a denunciation of proposed legs a 4 4 Part of face i- II

11 IS Arthur Godfrey Fred Wartns Tom Brenneman : B 45 Bul Henry. News. Oildersleeve SWIM- show the war Pross had been acquitted even though hecouldn't reforms he had the magnificent effrontery to sa:r 45 Compass _ _____ S SS
11.30 In Mortan M&IUIeI'.Jaelr: Berth ____ BoU wood Story 9 00 Frank Sinatra Duffy Tavern Paul White-nan point It"
._ ,'. take the stand lest his evil record as an that the "silencing of leaders of doe La <5
11:4$ RooeariDsvld Harum Ted Malon 9:15 Frank Sinatra -- -- Duff Tavern Paul \thiteman : a just cause 46 Ripe -S.
12-OO:: New* New* Kenny Baker Sho 9 30 Dinah Shore. Mr. Dist. Atty: Pot of Gold i inveterate criminal be disclosed. not destroy that cause." 'Headed S ....: .- -
isis Little Show __ Van Damme Q'te Kenny Baker Sho 9 45 Dinah Shore Mr. Pist. Att y For of Oold 1 Another case is still pending in which Mr. "Nineteen hundred years he said. "thi e 49 False teeth:7> H '" u jot )
11.30 Helen Treat Words and Music Kennel Reporter 10:00: Hollywood Players Frank Mortan Bins Crosby .. __ ago
12.45 Our Oal Sunday Words and MUSH- Noon Day Varieties 10:IS Hollywood Players Frank MonanKay Bins Crocby ._ Clark now may be moved to vigorous, efficient leader of the greatest cause this world has eve:r 51 Regimens iT ITI
"j-OO- ; -- 10'3O Information Please KTSTKay Henry MortinHenry lest another "-damned outrage"* 53 She <'
Bf Sister Sketch in Melody Baukhare Talk:n conduct known was crucified I i a music ,
10:.45 Information Please Kystr.... Mortan' -
1 IS Ma Perkins _
Sketch In Melooy Ferrell) Tim 31 141-Fr- 44
1-SO News' Echo from Troplr Symphonic SwingRobt. 11:00: News-Feature News World Ton-te: t'paI. occur.This John O'Rourke, the editor cf The Washington :./ 1.::.. I
.S Road of Ufe n___ MrCorml-k Afternn Medtisia 11:IS Joseph C HoistS Harkness of Wish Joe Hasel involves the indictments of Joe Moreschl Daily News, frankly expects another routine I Finishes '5- ,:_ -:
TOOIC.tSmltb __ 11.:3O Inv to Music Vaughn Monroe G.m..-Oeo Town. 12 ; :14- 'I -o
Today CblldraWallorKt cross_ lLinv. to Unite Vaoehn Monroe B Barton s Orrh the international president of the Hod-camers and Department of Justice washout. VERTICAL :5:_
a'13 Perry Masoa Woman In Whit Ethel Albert -
S:30 Walter Kimbt Maavwerade .-- Bride Oroom 12 OO Hews sign"ott- Common Laborers' Union and 11 others. It is right The repetition of defeat In the Supreme Cour t 1 Financier 43 w -fir -

2 43 Bos* of My Dream Light of World :. Bride Groom -- 12 12 79 15 Dane Dane Orrh.On-IL-_= : before Mr. Clark eyes in the Federal District may have made Mr. Clark apathetic.It 2 Finale _ I_ '
3-OO Bontuet foe Yeu Pepper Tonne ... Ladies B* Seated 4S i' Court of D. C. and the delays and 3Thus >i >'tj
i ) IS Boutuet fr Tea Ua Perkins Ldu m. Bu4 12 D ce Orch I' Washington. may be that he can't win but he certaml:;r.
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Court to Get Indian'RiverRevolt

STATE RETAILERS ASSOCIATION I Anti-Sales Tax


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Decision on King Case 1 Continued from Pace 1] ( ; _v-_ rL' r- 1I Fight SlatedA


Dunn. Mims. L. S. Andrews Jr., I
Cocoa A. B. Michael. Wabasso. united battle on the part of

\V. C. Graves Jr, Vero Beach; J. all merchants of Florida to forestall

Caldwell Stand A. Martell. Vero Beach Hudson imposition of a sales tax in
Success of UN
'Governor Asks'Judicial McReynolds.C. Mouton Fort fort pierce Pierce and O. I Florida will be one of the main

On Resource Shipper group directors .. J. I i topics of discussion at a meetingof
Parrish Jr.. TitusviUe. representing 1 I Ij heads of the Florida State Retailers -
Seen by MeadSpecial Nevins Fruit Co., Howard I.. Ii i Assn. at the HUlsboro Hotelat
Ruling Study Flayed Hubert. Fort Pierce. American I Tampa Feb. 16 and 17.
Fruit Growers Inc.. Wm. Strick i Pointing out that advocates ofa

TALLAHASSEE!: CAP Gov. Caldwell Disappointment at Gov. Cald- [ to Orlando!: Morning! Sentinel land Cocoa Florida Citrus Exchange sales tax stress the "equal"] distribution -
. "4; well's unfavorable reaction to recommendations CLERMONT Former U. S. \V. M. Moseley Fort of taxation through such
said 1947EXECUTIVES
yesterday he will ask the BOARD OF EXECUTIVES "-
J. Andrew Grant of Tallahassee : -
Supreme Court to decide whether of the Florida Wa- Sen. James M. Mead of New York Pierce Florida Citrus Exchange a levy
ter Resources Committee on a told the Kiwanis Club Tuesdaythe chairman of the AssocatIon'S -
V. Dal-
State Sen. Wilbur C. King of Zolfo J. V. Dalbora Cocoa. J.
Springs is eligible to serve in the proposed two-year engineering United Nations must succeed. bora Co.. Dan McCarty Fort Legislative yesterday Commit that reaershave declared
wasexpressed j
State Railroad Commission! position study of State water by problems Committee I "I believe the United Nations Pierce Indian River Citrus Associated I found that argument faCatious. : -

to which he was elected last Sec. John yesterday Ford. I will be a permanent organization J. N. Strong, Vero Beach. i ."
and that the United States will Indian River Growers Service.
year.The Governor said "&,oed legal Associated Caldwell Press was as reported criticizing by lack the :, maintain its membership in the "This is one of the most repre- "Sales taxes fall heaviest on
of moderate and small
.minds are not in agreement" of conservation regulations in the' UN." Mead said :: sentative meetings of growers and .1 i people incomes strikes the unemployed

whether railroad commissioners' committee' proposals as being like I Ii "We must outlaw war and the shippers that I have ever seen in and even those on relief and
'1 salaries were increased by the i I "administering an anaesthetic but atom bomb and find a medium by 'all my experience" said Sen. A. W. I particularly discriminatesagainst I

.194$ Legislature. of which King forbidding the doctor to operate." which all people can live in har "Tooney" Young of Vero Beach. _.t_ --- 5-_ ww I those with large! families

was a member were left at the Ford replied the recommendations mony. The UN is our best insurance -I' veteran of more citrus meetings OF TilE FLORIDA STATE RE- .. son Jacksonville; 6. Ned Miller Tallahassee: 7. to support." he said.
1941 figure of $5.000 a year or on a water study were a I against war." than any man in Florida. I '
"abolished entirely." "closer parallel to making a I Mead said the United States Young was prominent in the TAILERS ASSN. are shown above. They are J. C Gordon Anderson Miami; 8. Paul A. Guthrie. "A sales tax never acts as a

The heart of the question is thorough examination of the patient must have continuous control of early days of the Federal Control 1 Lloyd F. Gahr, Orlando, president: 2. James B. Daytona Beach: 9. J. L. Waugh. West Palm Beach. brake on government waste and
whether .the Legislature increasedthe with a careful diagnosisbefore Island bases in the Pacific as wellas Committee when headquarterswere Committee Chairmen: 10. Legislative. J. Andrew extravagance. There is the invitation -
i Keith. Orlando, treasurer; 3. Dallas L. Hosteller Grant. Tallahassee; 11. Research C. Davis Turner. to spend more and more public -
salary of the railroad commissioners. proceeding to operate. Greenland. Military men believe in Orlando.
." GOT. Caldwell said. "If it "A situation which has grown he said that if there is an- I Parrish presented a motion I executive director with State headquarters in Or- Marianna; 12. Public Relations Tom Clark. Tam- money instead of less and less"

did. I do not believe King can legally -';up over 100 years of mismanage- other war the Polar region will be calling for co-operation with balance lando; I Vive-Presidents by Congressional District: pa: 13. State Progress. Fletcher. Morgan, Jacksonville he asserted.
be commissioned. If the salary -1 ment of Florida's water resources the center of activity because of of the citrus industry without 4. J. J. Wilson St. Petersburg; 5. Richard Lewin-I, : 14. Membership. Horace F. Cordes, Miami. ; Asserting that introduction of
was not raised he can legally can not be corrected immediately." shorter air distances over the Pole. waiving rights of the Indian ---- --- ---- -- legislation calling: for :sales tax was
Ford declared. f fI The world is divided into "almost certain.: he said that the
being I
hold the office but none of the River section to set itself up sep- I
commissioners would be entitledto I "The committee meeting recently two political groups, democraticand State organization. headed by
arately. His motion was: "I move ReadyI Lloyd F. Gahr, of Orlando. would
the increased in Lakeland recommended that communistic Mead said. Officials Volume
pay. I i a two-year engineering survey be [ that this body go on record as CompetitionCut fight to forestall such taxaUon.
The Supreme Court ruled last
"I believe the democratic the constructive efforts
i endorsing Officers of the association committee : -
made under the State geologist "
Friday that State Sen. Edwin G ,
form of government is superior | being made by the entire industry chairman. and all membersof
and these be to ,
engineers prepared
Fraser was not eligible to serve as
recommend to the '49 legislature ; but we can't: expect the other I to elevate the industry and to end the Legislative and Public Affairs -
State Comptroller because he was Citrus Show
Citrus
on remedial controls. It asked initiation I countries to realize this until I the chaotic conditions now exist- Prices Committee, will be present at
a member of the 1943 Legislature "
understand benefits.
they its the .
efforts meeting.Small
ling and that appropriate
which raised the comptroUer'a salary in the 47 Legislature of a I i
from $7,500 to $9,000 a year. : $150,000 appropriation for such -a Mead who Is here for a short be initiated to secure an Indian ,
'I [Spto10; Or'jndo: Morning Sent'nel' FSpe-! to Or'indo Morning;; 5er'vl1
agreement.
River marketing
survey. rest was introduced by Frank Attendance
In that ruling the Supreme II I More than LAKELAND volume of Florida
Ford who Is also executive secretary Bennett. I WINTER HAVEN -Heavy citrus and
Court applied strictly the constitutional of the Florida Farm Bureau, Asked just what the stand. of 4,000 seats will be provided for I competing fruit and j juices continues to discourage any Fair
Is
provision which aays the league rl'ardlnr'lth- Reported at
no member of the Legislature I said he was speaking neither as a I FLORIDIANA drawal from Interior Florida in spectators during the daily broad- substantial move toward higher price levels, according to

"shall during the time for whichbe member of that organization nor citrus affairs J. A.' Martell. who cast of the radio show, "Ladies Be I current reports of the Florida Citrus Commission's dealer TAMPA [AP] Cool breezes and
as secretary of the water committee threatening skies cut attendanceat
was elected be appointed or was presiding replied: "Do we Seated" from the Florida Citrus service men. -
but as a private citizen "dis- __,.._ ___ ... ___ the Florida State Fair on open-
elected to any civil office under Cattle Shows FairsTrouble Intend to separate What else Feb. 17. it ""' L
Exposition, starting was
appointed over the Governor's nuriua it-Mi: iruii not oniy IS'' ing day yesterday but auto races
the constitution of this State i I cntiticism." can we do? Over at Lakeland it i announced yesterday by Gen. Mgr. facing competition from California I attracted
a near capacity crowd
that has been created or the has been 11 two. We Phil and ceipts this year are ahead of
Governor'sCabinet against Lucey. Texas oranges and
into the grandstand.
emoluments whereof shall have I have got to do something for I Exposition officials said they fruit. but also from canned grape-I last year to date. This together ,; The new Electrical Exposition

been increased during such 'I' City Traffic Groups Roundup ourselves. We just aren't going I have received many requests for juices. mostly from last with greater oranges supplies and competitive of California Bldg., featuring displays of home

tlme.- I to stand for the thing they reserved seats for one or more of pack. The low prices on the citrus fruits such and bananas appliances by leading manufac-
However. railroad commission' Paper Mill Owners Caldwell Jokingly have tried to put over." the daily broadcasts-but that it juice is resulting in big volume has created as apples the contin-- turers, drew large crowds. Other
ers' salaries were increased in a, GOVERNOR part of his legisla- would be necessary to adopt a sales at expense of fresh fruit and I exhibit buildings were usually
ued saturated market conditions
different manner,than that of the Martell praised members of the "first come-first served" policy I competing canned items such as :
: Flay Rate Hike I tive program yesterday: "I'm going of the past several weeks." filled. and only the carnival on
comptroller and Sen. King has to have a law passed against Lakeland committees individuallyas on seats. "Our seating capacity is apple, pineapple and tomato juice the midway appeared affected by
contended the Legislature did not TAMPA LAP W. W. Balkcom holding any cattle show or fair "fine gentlemen" but indicated being increased for this radio show the reports indicate. I "Florida oranges are only now weather"
raise railroad commissioners'. sal- of Tampa, speaking for the traffic on Tuesdays," he said.'rues- that problems of the Indian River and the other entertainment features Most commission: men found showing fairly consistent eating Early morning rain in Tampa
aries. and therefore he is not barred associations of several Florida day is the Cabinet's regular meet- I were not being given proper con- but we,, cannot hold seat quality of Florida fruit was improving quality and juice content for. discouraged many from attending.
\* from the office. cities protested to the Florida ing day but sometimes it's diffi- sideration except by a few.A. I reservations at any time" Lucey as the season progressed which they are famous, and are
The 1945 general State officers Railroad Commission yesterday cult to get officials together because I B. Michael, Wahasso., one of''i' said.Attention but there still were a admittedly superior to the. California -
pay raise bill as introduced. contained against the proposed 17Va per cent of functions being held in I the most experienced growers in was also called to thefact few complaints: that oranges I fruit. Not as much can be
a provision increasing railroad intra-State I : that while the actual broadcast said for color and sales appeal, ELECTRIC LIGHT
freight rate increase. various parts of the State. I the Indian River section the and tangerines were not holding .
however.In
commissioners'. salaries from I Opposition to the boost also developed -:Next week's Cabinet meeting was man who is generally credited : starts at 3 pjn. each day, up welL This condition: has
$5,000 to $0.000 a year Before II; on the part of the State'spaper postponed until Friday because with discovering the way actuallyto Monday through Friday, there is been blamed chiefly on the un- Elgin. HI.. receivers say their PLANTS
Florida movement at this time is
was passed, however all reference i i mills and pulpwood inter- members plan a visit to the State Indian River fruit __ said a 30-minute "warmup" or pre- usually warm weather this sea-
grow
to salaries of railroad commissioners -' ests during questioning of 'wit broadcast entertainment. in and in going ahead of California volume, and
Fair at Tampa. son Florida at times, : 5.000 10.000 Watts
Indian River shippers are paying i
unusual situation when
was eliminated. nesses for the railroads. The pulpwood the markets. The quality of a very s l1t zz. v
I' additional each season to There has been some question in the of ir; :
money past rate sale
years
At the same time. the Legislature group is expected to present Ii I grapefruit has been reported
advertise Indian River citrus- Lucy said as to whether visitors favor of Califomias mud
passed a general appropriations its; case today. Juice Plea Answered I unusually good since early in the was as $375 and $475
act which provided additional The session was conducted by money in addition to what is collected would be allowed to witness season. as 10 to 1. It is quite evident thai AC c* Cycle
Junior Chamber of Com
'I the broadcast. A Big audience is ; much of the of Sunkist ii
THE success
for the total railroad I for advertising purposes
money i Cmmrs. Jerry W. Carter and W. B. ,
in Tampa the A typical report was, the one i
saw answer
of the
for
.. i one requisites successof the small and medium-sized Mid.
mentionIng through the State citrus tax.
agency the commissioners payroll without by name 01 |,!Edouglas.Zolfo Springs while Wilbur whose seating C. King as of yesterday to its plea that Parrish said "I don't think I the "Ladies Be Seated" radio from Chicago and Elgin Ill., dIe Western markets is due tc Wallace Miller
; what this city needs is a five-cent which said: "Florida oranges are
presentation he said. their policy of running consistenl
position. After the Legislature ad'I commissioner has not been approved -, glass of orange juice. A down- I Central Florida would ebject to moving readily in these markets local advertising plus active sale!; Davenport Service Station
Journed. railroad commissioner!I| by Gov. Caldwell. listened town department store started off us getting our own separate mar- It was also announced by Tom but no permanent strengtheningof
.. I of
raised their own pay without budget i from the audience. nickel sales of juice and the Junior ; keting agreement over here." Par- Walker, chairman of the JayCee the market is indicated, since promotion over a period man:r Davenport, Florida

commission: approval.The Chamber leaders say more dispensing I rish then called for a State Citrus committee in charge of the queen supplies seem to be too heavy for years.
Governor baa declined tc Strong State Guard points plan to take it up Laboratory and Experiment contest that the "coronation ball" the consumer to absorb. The public -
sign a commission for King pend. this week. Station in the Indian River section would be held Monday night, following is just beginning to realize now IN THR'Ff DAYS
ing settlement of the question Urged by Caldwell II and his proposal got unani- the selection of the winner that canned citrus is the best buy

Caldwell Mid ha had asked TALLAHASSEE TAP] Gov. Cald Commission Building mous approval from the assembled instead of Tuesday. However, thereis that has been offered for some HELEN GAHA(SAN DOUGLASeaks
John T. Wigginton his former well. speaking at the activation of fruitmen. no change in the actual corona- years and undoubtedly this factor -
executive and now an associate a new Florida National Guard Financing Plan Okayed Fullerton said "The real pur- tion ct'remonies--they will be staged is having its effect on the Sp !
In Caldwell's old law firm here company here last night called i Tuesday night with all the fresh fruit market. Orlando Senior high School A iditorium, Sat., Feb. S, $:i5 PJL
of this
i TALLAHASSEE [AP] Arrange-I pose organization is to
to file a suit for declaratory in the for a strong State military organ- 'ments for financing a new $1,250- make sure we will get a hearIng I pomp event. Elmo and ceremony of a regal 1 "Carlot unloads of Florida Reserved Front Orche:stra Seats, $2.40 tax Inc.
judgment on the question ization "to serve in times of disaster 000 office building in Tallahassee when we go to Washingtonto Hood, of Winter Haven oranges in Chicago to Jan.1 Unreserved Sections;, 51-20-$1.80 tax inc.
Supreme Court. I : is in charge of the coronation
and periods of disorder. were substantially ahead of unloads -
t 1: for the State Industrial Commission get a separate marketingagreement. ball Tlcl lets at
Use of the declaratory Judraen program.
i "The National Guard is an essential 1 for the entire month of
j were approved yesterday ." Southern Music Store, 232 N. Orange. Orlando
proceedings will give King i I Joe Bowlby of Tampa has been
part of the national defense I January, 1946 and at the same "
thi by two Cabinet boards 1>. II. Saunders. Fort Pierce "The Booker r. Winter Park
chance to present his side of e he declared. "It is named official decorator for the time
system. 1 I it is believed that truck re-
The Board of Commissioners :
case in arguments before the court. imperative that we maintain a head of the citrus committee of exposition.It --- -
Jmj Customarily the Supreme Cour strong State organization. of State institutions and the the Florida Legislature said he is anticipated that Harry
*.* does not hear pleadings of eithe:r Board of Administration both would present a bill calling: for Conover New York model agency

side in giving an advisory opinioi 1 Park adopted formal resolutions sup- such an Indian Riv r Experiment head and his famous wife "Candy
State ExpandsTALLAHASSEE porting an improvement commission "
to the Governor. Station. Jones will be special guests at
Caldwell said "the facts in th S [APJ Purchase plan to borrow money on I the coronation ball along with
King matter are materially differ,- of 84 additional acres for thee I revenue certificates to put up the A committee to work on draft- I Olsen.
ent from those in the recent cas Suwannee River State Park was, building, and repay it out of ing a separate marketing agree- I I
rental payments of the IndustrialOnmmieeinn ment for the Indian River section -
Involving the office of comptrol: authorized by the Cabinet yester- j
ler. uss. ....v .v.. v.nvol,* -a 1.--_JML voaT--,> ,_-rittl u__. i was selected Tuesday by the Cabinet Takes FightTo I
new board of directors. Members 1
Supreme Court
of this group were not announced.
Real citrus experts at the Tuesday I' TALLAHASSEE (API The Cabinet -

Does "FREEDOM FROM WORRY" of Hospital Bills by session pointed out that much by a 3-2 vote yesterday decided -
to carry its fight to oust the
EMPLOYER of the trouble which has resultedin I
you and your employees mean anything to you? the move to have the Indian 1 executors of the John Ringling
estate to the
Florida
River section set apart from interior Supreme
"Professional"BLANKET ; Florida is the result of the I Court. __
,- I-" The New fact that "needs of the Indian I' By its action the board Instructed _
its attorney to
r- appeal
COVERAGE PAYS: River fruit growers and shippersand from part of a recent decision by _
growers are entirely differ- Circuit Judge W. T. Harrison in USE SEARS EASY
ent from those of the interior." Sarasota County Circuit Court. ,

'T;.::: ._ 'lir'-w ,'- ?, 5500 -* 4r $200.00 For instance when the Lakeland
PLUS- control board bans the shipment PAYMENT PLAN ON

;4 ; IjiH Operatiat room. Ubofatory, a eiiei ei, iambccs, wie of oranges in size 126s this auto- I Your Club TodayORLANDO PURCHASES OF 10.00
M iciUi aceitiMtic (wke* i itef 4 ,*r : iMSpitaleip1ye I matically stops the shipments of OR'MORE
) < ALL HOSrjTALIZATIQN BCKNSIVyNUMITEO. the finest and most popular and Rotary Club. CofC. Bldf..
._ i .$250.00 12:15 pm ClTltia Club. Fort G tlln. 12.1!
IUT NOT TO EXCEED ; the highest priced oranges in the p.m. Srmtnolt Encampment No. 13. IOOF
Indian River country even Fraternal Bldj. 8 p.m. Elkl. Elks' Lode,

'p though at the same time it may 8pm AVON PARK: Rotary Club. Jacaranda r'ejwmH ._* _
stop the movement of Valencias Hotel 12: is p m, -
-X-Ri ''Vi th* early in the season in interior 'I BARTOW. : Rotary Club. Uaumlc TempI -
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12 OS pm
Ambulant* -- Florida. DAYTONBEACH: KiwinU Club Pal H 45 LB. MICA FINISH
,y i--fke.raW It was also pointed out that this mttto Clubhouse 1215 pm
"Tt doorway to espies. F** AM .. season when decay has shown up i' tel.ruSTIS 12 15:pm.Kiwanis Club. GrandMcw Bo -h

in oranges to an alarming extent I 1 KISSIUMEECSWV.. 7 p m Milltar

KGtejriiify confinement bjsnefit_______fpi;_jay __________ the oranges which show the finest Order Bide 7 of 30 Serpents p m Business and Lizard and Profession Pratfrntt:: ROLL ROOFING
has such carrying quality are the Wom n's
Never before a _mad T>Y fcospital U I a club. Arcade HoteL 11'30 pm.
tBirjei
bronzed oranges. For some reason LEESBURO: Rotary Club. Civic Crater,

plan been offered. This 5500.00 the citrus experts explained 12 SANFORD IS pm. : KIwanIs Club C.ofC. Bid*_. BLACK 1.69
I Mother Nature has caused the ': 12:10: pm. -1
effective on ,, \
coverage was i BT CLOUD: s's Club. I D n
skins on these bronzed fruits both I II _
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ALL Professional Blanket NO!! You Can't Seat This: I I oranges and grapefruit to shrink Re WINTER lion Hotel.HAVEN 12 15: p Senior m.WINTER ... C.olC Lak l I ROLL

and hold the best of all when PARKUo. Club, C.vK
of 1 ) covered up BIde 533Now Economical and durable protection for your roof. Smooth
January optional
Coverage as 1. ALL EMPLOYEES (dependents shipped. I
Hexagonal Shingles surfaced high trade felt-saturated with 100 per cent pure
1947._ for any and EVERY accident or disease, regardless Bright oranges it was stated 'I asphalt surfaced on both sides with mica flakes. Fine for

S of its beginning. (No waiting period nor deductible have and go been down the-yet first shipments to decay of Jade Green .. 5.98 homes, sheds, carafes and outbuildings Each roll contains

100 ft.
). bronzed fruit have been barredto MI.
the detriment of the entire per sq.
This plan available to em- 2. MATERNITY for employees and dependents IM Indian River Fruit-
industry. HrxagoaaJ dtilca thliilci combmpleatUc 55 LB. ROLL MICA FINISH 229
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ployers of 8 or more emMEDIATELY to cover any and every HOSPITAL men, both growers and shippers AvailableA appcaraic cad UiUajprotectiom.

ployees. charge up to $50.00. (No waiting period nor the pointed Indian out River that and problems the interior of- Limited NumberTRIED.and.PROVEN slate tvfact. Fade-rcsiitamt U rick J dc. Vermont 65 LB. ROLL MICA FINISH ............2.69

-- deductible). are entirely different-as
S different as those of Texas and RELIEFTo

3. COMPLETELY WIDE OPEN: except cases covered California for instance and Sufferers From 5 V-Crimp Aluminum RoofingPrice
'4 A courteous representative will pointed to dozens of alleged
without by Workmen's Comp nsahon. abuses which it was stated have ARTHRITISNEURITIS
be details
jlad to explain 2.67 !
4. SAME BENEFITS for confinement to ANY REGULARLY resulted from trying to "run"or RHEUMATISMStiff includes delivery 8'.._...._ -
cost or obligation. prorate the Indian River on
I OPERATED AND RECOGNIZED MEDI- interior citrus fruit basis. Muscles & Joints 4.00 .TT'
an And Recurrent Pains in 40 mile area of Orlando 12'.._....._
CAL HOSPITAL ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD. "We shall take care of ouraelverregardless
of what they do to us After 10 years at resuJt.< that lends
treatment and development. I tardy, all-weather aluminum sheet roofing;, a
'OVER ONE AND ONE-HALF MILLION DOLLARS at Lakeland," said Martell in discussing I the scientists who created this tottrnment ''i beauty b your home no other roofing does. %%-raue, 5Verimp.
plans for the future. are making': available a
limited: number of personalized NORMALIZE .
// / I RS. Each eastern made In
Paid To And For Florida Policyholders Dextrose a form of sugar. Is oar laboratory every plsce.nenimade ENGLISH SLATE-TYPE ALUMINUM SHINGLES. 27-GAUGE at 17.50 PER SQUARE
found In blood. with a MONEY BACK GUAR
ANTEE. For .complete mformabonabnut

FLORIDA OFFICES$ .:.- FLORIDA OFFICES IS EPILEPSY INHERITED? this remarkable Invention '
> dip This Ad and Man Today "S&4tfuattUtred ( 1/46 eDt Emil.I
MIAMI \}! '.: J/ : WEST PALM BEACH WHAT CAUSES IT? '' Electronic NormiUzei mOl

ORLANDO .; .: GAINESVILLETALLAHASSEE A bookl"! containing *. opinion; of teI 1 SOS HOdebraodt BidJackaoavOI* | nJ' lFc4w4' J 3rnw tPIa' .

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Jersey Joe Stripp observed his 44th birthday' Monday Crack Teams .4 .

t The Tinker Field grandstand is getting that much- .. Plant 40-34

needed coat of green paint. Of course the painting now -_\ ,

interferes with baseball-and all Summer long nary a ,
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f; workman touched the old barn Ed Levy has signed 'Enter EventA _- p--\ In OvertimeThe

his Toronto contract which indicates he will play baU this season... 1 1

- Clara Jane Mosack. cracking good young golfer Altered Rollins a well-balanced field numbering I 1
Orlando Tigers roared back
r few days ago .
44 of the best matched teams after a mediocre first half showing
I Shirley Povieh. Washington Post sports columnist and Arch to ever appear here will tee off to score a 40-34 over-time victoryover

i: McDonald the Capital City's best-Jrnown baseball announcer are shortly after 10:15 am. today as Plant High of Tampa la a f

' ticketed to leave today after a week-end VISIt Bill Borowy the sixth annual Florida Mixed rough and tumble Big Ten. Con-\

brother of Hank Borowy. the Cob pitching star. Is a student here In I Two-Ball Open Golf Tournament ference night basketball game here: last

J the Florida State Leaeue's umpire school Dick Bass. who I begins at Dubsdread Country Deadlocked 32-32 at the end of

managed Gainesville's G-Men last year and who is now an instructor I Club. the regular playing period. iTy

In the Washington Senators Baseball School at Sanford will The field which includes both Smith's Tigers poured In eight

t.manare Klngsnort. Tenn., in the Appalachian League this season... I the Amateur National woman's Open champions and National as game points In and the played three-minute a brilliant over-floor

: ,well as the runnerup in both tour- time session to upset the favored

f Turner Scott well-known here and newly appointed business naments. will qualify for the 32 Tampans and avenge an earlier
I berths allotted for the championship -
i manager of the Daytona Beach Islanders, visited Stiipp's baseball 53-35 defeat
flight in an 18-hole program
Doug Fiedler diminutive
k Institute Sunday. He says the Islanders don't have a single player which is expected to provide an southpaw forward sanktwo

t signed much less a manager but that they will be right in there I unprecedented amount of opening : beautiful one-handed shots from

when the Florida State League opens Bill Summers opines that I day fireworks. I about 20 feet out in the final

There was only one gloomy -[Our O n s'-ft* P TO* Trover minutes of the fourth periodto

:% "1 i i e0#I'. .r AWr note surrounding the tournament ALL READY FOR ACTION: Six of the topnotch golfers on hand to pagne pro at Dubsdread: Patty Berg of Duluth, Minn: Mort Bnght knot the score and send the

Hmr 'tR4::fi' on the eve of its opening tee off in today's qualifying round for the sixth annual mixed of Atlanta, Louise Suggs of Lithia Springs, Ga: Mary Agnes WaIl game the Into overtime.In .
pay-off period. Bob McGmnis
Joe -
%.I. .. t q defending champions Philadelphia two ball tourney are shown above Left to right Denny Cham- of Nemmonee Mich. and C E Healer of Orlando quickly sank a twopointerto
Kirkwood Jr. of I
, "I1KI'nn nll. l'-4; -y .. ';(S and Peg Kirk former Rollins -- - -- --- ------- put the Tigers out front but

rl" ( : !, ;, College student from Findlay, I Walt Baldwin followed up with
ii1J ; I' Ohio may not be able to stake Cayetano Wins Verbal Tilts Feature Opening a long goal to tie the score at

d: J ff .,... their laurels on the firing line. I P Sporting 34-all. Hugh Stump, scoreless during -
... # ... ,. : I the game dropped In a free
Kirkwood. perhaps the best : Of Bribe Case throw toss to put the Tigers ahead
Boxing
.It Inquiry
't. ;{ t known trick shot artist in the and then Fiedler plunked in another -

..... business is recovering from siege Sunshine Race I beautiful lefthanded heave
I NEW YORK UP Constant verbal "clinches" Brevities
with pneumonia and informed an [ ] be- I from about 15 feet out to give

anxious Miss Kirk and tourney I I tween clashing attorneys characterized yesterday's open- Orlando a 37-34 advantage witha :

the average age of an umpire breaking into the majors is somewhere officials via long distance tele- OLDSMAR TAP Jockey Don- ing session of the New York State Athletic Commission's. Col. William H Britton. former minute and 15 seconds of the-.-
Fla., I
from Hollywood.
, between 30 and 35 Art Beckwith Jr., Sanford Herald sports editor phone terday that his chances of competing yes-- ald Boston rode three winners includ-at inquiry into the $100,000 bribe offered Rocky Graziano head football coach at the U. of I overtime Bummy stanza Townsend remaining followed up

gives George Barr's Umpire School a nice write-up In the Feb. 5 I Ii this year were slim. I ing Sunshine Cayetano Park in yesterday the feature flor- 1 middleweight challenger, to "throw" a fight in December. Tennessee and member of the with a foul toss and a field goat

i issue of The Sporting News Dick Kerr Daytona Beach manager I Kirkwood's doctors told him he ida Fair race. The hearing was adjourned 00: ----- Vols coaching staff since 1926 to ice the game.
he had the I
' In 1940, will pilot the Davenport. Iowa. Three-Eye League entry-a could play provided I Boston booted home his winners until 10 a.m. today after three The last-half surge by Orlando
strength to tour the course but Slates has resigned to accept a position overcame a 23-13 halftime deficit
Cub farm in the second; with Panlaras and one-half hours of bickering Stripp
in lieu of the fact that the grey- : commission
'who paid $34.10 on a win ticket with the atomic energy and a 9-2 first quarter disadvantage -
ing shot-maker sat up yesterday in which Graziano's chief defense Plant lead 28-22 at the startof
I
and wound up his successful day i Fritz Crisler talked with
The Pittsburgh Pirates are expected to sign a ,whole bunch of for the first time his chances of ''by bringing home the favored attorney. Jacob Rosenblum, attempted : Night GameTomorrow the final period.
U. of California officials yester-
with Miss Kirk
Stripp school students-over 15-sometime this week Jack Mc- teaming up were Fallbrook in the sixth. Fallbrook to show that the New I said his business the llollis McCall who turned ina
something the tournament committee day and. on fine floor game and also
Dowall is still having a helluva' time lining up his 1947 football only hoped for. paid $3.10. I York district attorney's office was West Coast may be settled by today poured 11 points through the

schedule The Sporting News' 1947 Official Baseball Guide, due I Ir In the event Kirkwood doesn't Rocky Sisto steered Blue trying to make a "goaf of the Bill Sargent, coach of hoop, shared scoring honors

off the press next month. will include a life story of Bucky Harris make it. Miss Kirk will play with Devil home in the first and did Brooklyn slugger. I The Joe Stripp Baseball School the Los Angeles Bulldogs in the with Fiedler.
an opponent who will be named ; a repeat act with, Uncle Muse in will stage a three-hour playing Pacific Coast Football League. has Eddie Flem and Walt Whitehead -
There are at present 51 minor leagues in existence Hank Alfred' J. Scotti. assistant district -
j' this morning. the fourth. session under the arc lights at been named head grid coach at Plant forwards collected 11
I
r Greenberg in 10 years with the Tigers drew down $331,192.. Yesterday saw all the entrants I in the feature. Cayetano. an I attorney in charge of I Tinker Field tomorrow, starting at Loyola Unnersity. I points apiece to pace Coach Jimmy

t It'i safe to assume Orlando will see little professional tennis touring the course strokin. their I outsider, came from behind entering I rackets, was on the witness' 7 pjn. Stripp disclosed yesterday. : Bob Fenunore two-time All- i Hughes' Tampans

for a ipelL The pro troupe here in late Fall did about $150 worth way through a fair-sized galleryof the stretch, outran the I i stand more than three hours. Stripp said a majority of the American at Oklahoma A&M and I In a preliminary game. the

: of business and last Sunday the Perry-Kovacs exhibition hardly curious spectators The links- pack and won with room to spare. I After he had related how the I players in the school would see now the property of the pro ChI- i I Tiger "B" squad smothered Mane'sI
I part-time service tomorrow night. Restaurant, a city league team.
drew files Johnny KUng, the famous old Cub catcher who men were making no apparent Artillery Bob and Jujube follow, district attorney's office first The public is invited and theie cago Bears will be associated with 56-15. ..
attempt to burn the course up. ed. I' the Massachusetts Mutual Life In- ,
died last week was Joe Tinker's room-mate during their Cub heydays instead orientating questioned Graziano regardingthe : I will be no admission.The Orlando tangles with Julia
but were<<: I surance Co. in the off-season .
Sam West former star Washington outfielder will be themselves to the greens and MIAMI rAP Calumet Farm's attempted "fight fix," Scotti Stripp students yesterday Ted Williams and Johnny Sain Landon of Jacksonville here to-*
In their second Big
morning spent two morrow night
one of Ossle Blente's new coaches this year Al Evans. who fairways which have been pronounced 'Pot 0' Luck yesterday captured spent the rest of the session hours cavorting before over the cameras were awarded the Ralph McMillan Ten tilt of the week. The Tigers

will probably be the Senators' No. 1 catcher this year, b here with in excellent condition. : the $4.500 cocoanuts purse at blocking word- punches from I of four national newsreel and Paul H. Shannon Memorial beat the Jacksonville crew, 41-35.

Other than the usual amount of i Hialeah Park. I Rosenblum and lashing back at Trophy awards respectively at the three weeks In Jacksonville.
his family now Bart Shotten of Winter Haven a Dodger scout. crews, and yesterday afternoon I ago
verbal speculation as to the outcome I The five-year-old son of Chance him. settled down to playing baseball eighth annual dinner of the Boston ORLANDO |40 I PLANT 4341
Is In and out of the Stripp school ,Play beat the Jayees Stable's Cen- f. itt).' f.1t tl.McGinnl. .
the field of favorites began I Rosenblum hammered persist- again under the watchful eyes chapter of the Baseball Writ- .. fFiedler 3 2 II.,... 3 511
before the I cerro by a half length to pay I 5. 11,WUUam f 000
expand, and shortly ently at the district of at least three scouts. ers Assn. of America last night *
$10_40 in the Mutuels. T. D. Buhl'o attorney's"hidden Drake. f 0 0 0WkltcB| d.f 3 :all
pairings for today's qualifying ; reason" for doubting that Ted McGrew, chief of the Pittsburgh Max Bantley, Chicago Black I Townsend C 2 9 WSaHrlO 0 022Oil
Emory Collins Giants round were made six teams were Air Sailor was third. Graziano had told the whole truth Pirates scouting system; Hawk's renowned "pony line," is !1.I Stamp c 0 1 120seL C
Sign I 000
McCall 5 1 1llCllue 0
I sharing the spotlight and for the Illkeepu with Jockey Nicky about the attempted bribe offer. Johnny Cooney, Boston Braves 'closing in on Maurice Richard of L70.... (< 0OtTVt0.P( Oil
I first time since the tourning contingent I Combest up finished first in theI Scotti refused to give his official coach and scout and a scout working 'the Montreal Canadiens in the i, Francisco 0 0 OBaWaIn.p 400
Wins FeatureAt ; arrived. the team of Ger- for the Atlanta Crackers in |iRerrtngtoxLIOOTota1
event but disquali-
I opening was private reason for doubting National Hockey League's scoring
I ald Walker and Mrs. Mildred i lied after he swerved out and Graziano because "it would be the Southern Assn. were in the derby Richards has 49 points to iS 10 401 Total 101434

FairTAMPA Gene Roberts [Babel Zaharias wasn't dominating ->I piled up several horses. Combestwas rnntrnrv___n___.. tn__ rs..ottl rnihlir---.- _int..r..ct___.___." stands after arrivipg yesterday fora Bantley 42. I Score by p-flod 1 2; 3 4 O O'time
Tampa uie scene. I suspended for five days two-day stay.Collegiate. I Stu Martin former Period Toll
I While the Walker-Zaharias duo effective Thursday after track emphasized that big league Orlando ._ 1 11 0 10 33 0 40
tAP Emory Collins I I'I NEW YORK [API Gene Roberts was ranked high the combinationof I stewards charged him with Rocky's admissions at the district second baseman, will manage the Plant .0 14 S 4 32 a 34
I Laffoon of Orlando andI attorney's office on Jan. ; Star Roanoke Club in the class *T>" I Personal foul*: ORLANDO-McOlnnls
national dirt track champion from the University of Chattanooga's Ky careless riding. (3), Fiedler f)4. Drake 19). Tomuead (2>,
I Betty Jameson of San Antonio 'I 25 had been made entirely of Coastal Plains League this year Stamp. McCall (4) Lrons and Francisco
Le Mars Iowa. opened the 1947 Little All-America ban carrier has i Texas, were equally as well-liked I The disqualification moved I his own free will "without coercion Heads South For Milt Shoffner and Ray French I PLANT-wffllami (3). Wniteneid Bol-
defense of his auto racing title signed a 1947 contract to play for I and were the most popular choicesfor I Hash Night to first, returning threat or Intimidation"Moreover I two former major league players, Silo and Baldwin(5;;), galeS a. Herrbuton. Errta <*) .

yesterday with a sensational victory :the New York Giants of the Na- a finals berth to oppose Walker $17.40 in the mutuels. Doug Dod- he claimed Rocky and John Stevens, ump in the!!' Officials. Grtnnell and BoeO.

In the 10-lap feature of the tional Football League, club: officials and Zaharias. son piloted Gala Forever home I had not been held incommunicado i Washington Camp Eastern League last year and
Carl first the second for a return during the long questioning. :'I A propeller usuallyreaches
opening day's events at the Florida Other favored entries were in I WTLLIAMSBURG. Va. tAPl John Telegan, chief of the umpiring plane's
said yesterday. Dann. Orlando and Mary of $11.10 and a daily double of I I Jack Netcher. William and MaT !I staff of the California, speed of sound (764 mph

" Fair. i Roberts a native of Kansas City Dubsdread and Portland. $18540 Rosenblum attempted to show i Sophomore baseball flash from 'League in '46 have been added to I at sea level at about 450 mph
Collins had to push his big Of- !Kan. scored 117 points in 10 I Denny Champagne Moze.1 Gay Gunner captured the thirdat that Graziano had been taken 'Asbury Park, N. J.. left town yes- : the American Association's 1947, I since its own speed of rotation la

.:; fenbauser all the way to stay In games last year the second highest Patty Berg. Duluth. Mma. $14.20 for $2. The fourth went I from his home by four detectives, terday for Orlando, Fla.. for i umpiring staff Frank Kohl-. added to forward speed.
front of Feb Snyder the !)ent. I total in the country. Smith. Orlando and Katheryn |i to Sweet Caprice, at $7.10 and I that he had been held for 18 Spring training with the Wash- becker former traveling secretary
Ohio. driver who was runnerupin I Hemphill Boston and Louis I Medal won the fifth to return hours without being permitted to ington Nationals of the American and business
the 1946 drive for national hon. Suggs. Lithua SpVings, Ga.. and $15.70. I I i manager of theCleveland Air Conditioned For Comfort.
his wife his League
Milled Warlow Win phone manager or ..
Indians, will head the
ors.Collins I Mort Bright. Atlanta. I" Mike K. captured the seventh I an attorney; and that he had I Though the Nats are not scheduled -I J Chair Assort Rapid :tie.,
won three events on Women's Golf PlayMrs. Alvie Hume and Marge Gnn- and paid $10.70 while Bullhead : been told he would be barred from to report at Orlando until 'Buffalo Bisons farm system and ManicurIst Al*. Available

the program and Snyder won I thor both of Memphis, Tenn., won the eighth to pay $16.10. Suri- boxing if he dIdn't tell the assistant Feb. 20. Netcher sald.he had been : act as chief scout. LOLA BARBER SHOP
two races. A. Millea won first place were regarded as the tourna bachi was fifth to give favorite district attorneys what they invited by Washington Owner i 1 Harry Brecheen is due to arrivein
Phil Mocca. St. Louis entry and In the Orlando Women's Golf ment's dark horse combination. I players their whitewashing for the wanted to know. Clark Griffith to be in Florida by I St. Louis within a few days to I : A. L. Dkkia.... Prop
Frank Luptow. Detroit driver were Assn. match play agaInst.par for I discuss contract terms with the Orlando only air-conditioned shop
day. additional work.
I Following tomorrow's qualifying I Scotti created a mild stir in the Feb. 15 for I' ;'I 22 E. \\ashincton St.
winners in other events. the 18-hole course at Dubsdread Cards .
Maurice "The Angel"irencn
jammed hearing the '
will room on .
round, the 32 surviving teams .; :. .
yesterday
Big Don Smith. Tampa racer while Mrs. E. Duncan I match play with a 36-hole Luckless Dies fifth floor of the State building !I CHATTANOOGA IAPJ The 1'iuier, wrestler, became a
pushed the leaders In all races placed second in the weekly play. begin Thursday 18 holes Friday Jockey when he related that Rocky had Chattanooga Lookouts added a U. S. citizen yesterday Michael -

with his Curtiss airplane motored First place honors went to Mrs.T. 1 and round Saturday with sunday's finals t' In Automobile Wreck not only entertained a bribe offer. pitcher and a shortstop to their B, Buzfuz, Westminster and DUTCH LOP T I
and finished third in the fea- T. Warlow Jr.. for the nine- II -
car. scheduled to 36 holes. back in May 1945.: but that he roster yesterday. the club's front Cosmic Missle head the field fortoday's
hole "I go MIAMI [UP] Earl L. Henson I .
ture event.Sportsmen'. competition while Mrs. BID I had told the would-be fixer "Let office announced. ..'. seven-furlong $10.000 Bahamas
.
Horan the .ualifyint Uy today who won only
placed second. f Pairings for 26-year-old Jockey
Hostess I It:30 ...... Marian Lyon-May Heran.M In 1946, drowned early I me see the hundred grand in my Pitcher Alex Zukowskl was puri I Handicap at Hialeah ASBESTOSROOFING
for next week's 25 races
will
ScheduleDirectors' play M. Fe$ter-Tem Carney.It hand." The fixer had offered him i, chased for an unannounced sum I 126 points and two setters headed
be Mrs. Lloyd Gahr. ..... Gilbert.Polly yesterday when his automobile
Fst.r-Bilty
:40 Dorothy $100,000 to lose his bout to the from Charlotte. N. C.. of the Tri-
by Mississippi Zev, setter which
I a
Burke. after
Meeting Kitoy Billy plunged into the Miami river '
late Al (Bummyl Davis. The He 15 and lost SHINGLES
State League. won
I :SOm.. Sally Callatin-Uoyd Sparrow.Georgia submarine. I won last year's Blue Ribbon
Pres. Tom Starling of the AmVets Lovett's Millor.Berate Power hitting a moored briber told Rocky "See you four with the Charlotte club last
Orange County Sportsmen's Assn. I 11;00 a.'... Mrs. A. S. Mifea-Jo.Taylor.Marion Police said that Henson appar- I!Thursday," but he did not returnto year. j' Event will seek bird dogdom'shighest

has called a special meeting of I( Lakeside in B Wins I Ha"- ," .JohnnyWright. ently failed to make a sharp curve Rocky on Thursday, and Rocky Shortstop Angel Fleitas. a Chattanooga honor in the National $15.50 per sq.L .
..... 'H. McFarland C. In the road. The same curve has Field Trials at Grand Junction,
C. the
the association's board of directorsfor U11 a Mrs. knocked out Davis in the fourth standout for past
I I The AmVets chalked up a 21-18 Slack. been the scene of other accidents, I I Term. beginning Feb. 17. I
8 tomorrow night at the : round. transferred here
pan. ,I I two seasons was I
decision the Naval Reserve Lewie-Jimmy Paul.
over Jackie
clubhouse on Lake Ivanhoe. I I f five in the opening of the 1120 a..... .. Bulpitt-Tony Mwrxwa.. and in a recent case an automobile The inquiry is aimed at determining from Washington the Lookouts' T. JERNIGAN
game Virginia Batock-H. Meinert. landed atop the submarine a I if Graziano sent to I
I guilty I club. Fleitas
was was
I parent SHEET METAL WORKS
city class "B" league play last ..... I
I 11:M Eleanor Miller-Allen. Bryant.Emma relic of World War I. of violating Rule 64 of the cornmission's Washington after the close of the rlS When you need a .s.-
Prince B .
Want clean waterfront? night. I Lou eylesPlomnono. 70 Alexander PL rhone 7427
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LOCKSMITH
boxing code. Rule 64 requires 1946 seasoni I !
S Lovett's Grocery, unbeaten In, __ 'q
11:40 a.m. Katharine Foster FrankStrazza West Cental Wins I that a boxer report "im I
Aquatic growth removed from league play. added another victoryto I Can
any body of water. their string with a 30-18 win Hush Haye-Mr Louis Thlkault. I II South Side TitleThe mediately" to the commission any i IINGRAM & INGRAM I THE SILVER KEY
offer of a bribe. If the commission c
BRUCE THOMPSON over the JayCees "B" team while 11:50 a..... Plo ......E4 Levy Whit..er.Jim West Central girls volley- decides Rocky is guilty he OPTOMETRISTS II I 4.' Phone 2-406Z iJtE
Lakeside took a 33-14 tilt from L Leo Jr.-Je Ann Whitaker. '4'i
PboaeZ-4 *c en So Orue Aye. Datson Dairies. 12 noon Mary Agnee Wall-C. E. Hegler.Margaret ball team captured the South Side might be suspended indefinitelyor laeunon U MEAD'SSOBdiyt. I 'r.r. Acme Lock Co.
Gunther-Ahrey Hu..... have his license revoked. III 35 W. Jefferson St.
OrtudeARROWHEAD i
of the grade
12.10 p..". Jean HoekmvPug Allen.Freeda city championship Nights Boliaayt 1311 _____
Nolan-Charlie C..li.... I I school league by handing the Delaney i 1(4 N. Oraac AT*. Fhoac SIM
Gleason & BrooksAuto 12:20 fjn. Margot Irwm 5.11ev-i.-Arnold A. Fewnes.Laddie Minkley.. i i team a 15-3, 15-11 defeat I Les Welch Meets

SHOOTING 12-40 o..... Betty Jameon.Ky Laff_... yesterday.
UpholsteringSpecial Kat h ,ill. Hemphill-Her* Playoff dates of the North Side Newcomer Friday

GALLERYSomething This Week \ff AA 12.SO p..... Smith.Loutte Suggo-Morton Bright. I< and South Side winners for the Les Welch. youngest of the four INCOME TAX
JEEP TOPS JOtwU Patty Berg Denny Chanwavne. I city championship will be an- wrestling Welch brothers who Returns Prepared'

Black or Tan ToppingSeats I p.m. Barbara. Holapplo-Jimmy i_nounced soon. made his local debut last week, Reasonable Rates
Different Lentz. will tackle Al Sazass. a newcomer
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Aggies Rumored me sr I


Dodds Shuffles The Foot Played Important Role English Racer


Seeking Big In NFL Individual Scoring Race


.t Idea of Giving f NEW YORK [AP] The foot-still very much in football Ready To Try

Six BerthTULSA in the
N?. Loop -played an important part point-scoring activities
tt 5 i1.z i of professional players in the National League (last season.

q w YaYa I Official figures released by the dis-
league
Okla API Jack Char- Up Mile Run yesterday For New MarkHAYES
closed that only three of the top ten individual) leaders
scoring
Tat Tribune sports editor, wrote 1 .., 6__ _
In his daily column yesterday that m a.b i 1 I earned their positions oy tne 'I I I't
he had learned Oklahoma A. & M. ? NEW YORK (rAP Indicationswere accepted method of crossing ene- Eng tAP) Sir Malcolm .

College "is preparing to withdraw \ growing yesterday that the I my goal lines for six\ points at a Campbell predicted yesterday -
s. Hunter mile at the Boston Ath- crack.
from the Missouri Valley he can break his world recordon :

ence' at the close of this letic Association Indoor track I The seven others one" their 1\'ater-11 he can keep his Jet-

Quoting sources "close COnfer-I meet Saturday night may not be success chiefly to their kicking propelled Bluebird from flying

the last race at that distance for | art, having run up larger totals The aquatic speed king, who\ set
athletic pictureat the
SChOOI'1 all by booting extra points and field
galloping Gil Dodds after
the mark of 1417 :
Chanrat's column added he was goals than most players achieved present m cs
The who
Perambulating Parson,
told: I! via the touchdown route. per hour In 1939 using an cry: "
runs for the Boston AA, announced
type Rolls Royce engine. said at a
"The Artie will place them- I Fullback Ted Fritsch of the 4a
week that he to
a expects
ago
BUYS FIRE HOUSE Hank Boro-
press conference the revamped
Green Packers
Bay was the individual
elves In a position>> of "Tor with
wy, Chicago Cub pitcher, bought concentrate on longer distances i I scoring leader with an.even 4I motorboat might become airborneat
the Big Six observe 1 Ie same the Bloomfield, N, J., central fire after his ,
appearance In the Hunter : 100 points. He got 60 of these by y : top throttle. But Sir Malcolm
eligibility rules and play as j' house at a town council auction classic. !tallying 10 touchdowns and thei < added that he had no intention fusing

many Big Six schools a* possible ,,' Monday night with a bid of $46- I: lIe already holds the world i other 40 by kicking 13 extra points I t r the maximum power of the
000. the property appealing to him
In all branches of sports. and nine field goals. lets
competitive indoor record of
as a good investment
But Bob Waterfield of the Los
This move is expected to bring 406.4 for the mile, a distanceat lie plans to start tests' with
which he has Angeles Rams the runner-up with The Bluebird II at Lake Conis-
the Aggies an Invitation to Join the demonstratedin
Big SiX Conference within the next I I two comeback appearance ;N61 points scored only one touch- ton, Lancashire in March and
two years. Jimmy Davis that he has no serious challenger down all season. His remaining xeI attempt to break the speed markin
resulted from 37
points conver- the Summer.His .
The Aggies have definitely and obviously would likea
sions without a miss and six field
jjjj j g mm jj jnJi j B llsanM iUiin ig-TTinW-n"Vjiilr 'j- miim- 'outgrown' the Missouri Valley crack at Oreg Rice's world
PERFORMS FOR SPOBTS31EN FRIDAY: Ken Beegle. internationally Conference. They belong in a cir-I indoor two-mile mark of 851. goals out of nine attempts. I I craft. powered by a de
Haviland Goblin II turbine
famous exhibition shot with Remington Arms Co., will give a one- cuit like the Big Six and they do Joins OrlandoJimmy In Boston yesterday Dodds'I I The champion Chicago Bears i Ii engine of nearly 7,000 gas horsepower
and rifle as a featureof want have to be burdened to be expected grabbed
with pistol to
hour exhibition of his skill shotgun not Jack Ryder, announced that his a< was is 27 feet two inches long and 10
1'
the attractive program lined for the Orange County Sportsmen'sAssn's. by playing such teams as Drake I I star performer had changed his,'I i I the team scoring lead for the feet 10 Inches" in the beam. The jt
annual and fish fry Friday afternoon at the Florida Public |I I St. Louis and Wichita University. year putting together 40 touchdowns r
rally Davis, 20 former star Or- ,mind about deserting the mile and is similar to that used in <*:e
Bear Lake. The sportsmen's rally, open Tulsa is the only club with National -18 of them on passes
Service Corp's. clubhouse on lando High School righthander "undoubtedly would run more Royal Air Force's Vampire fisltcr:
grid recognition In the valley 37 extra points and four field
to. aH association members and those who join on the spot starts at i races at this distance." plane.
and we would continue our Tulsa has been signed to an Orlando goals for a total of 289 points.
2 pjn. Friday and continues until about 9 p.m.Iod4. Sir Malcolm 61-years-old said
series. Seantor*contract. Bus. Mgr. John Given Nod Los Angeles was second with 277 he conceived the idea of trying jets
Yarosz
I Ganzel announced yesterday. I points and the Chicago Cardinals in the Bluebird about two rears
STUiWATER. Okla. [AP Hen-
Over 'third with 260. All three leaders ago when they proved practical in
Oklahoma Davis, who finished high schoolIn Washington
ry Iba, athletic director at -
(!i J ; A. and M. College, said yesterday 1944. Is a 174-pounder. Beforehe PITTSBURGH I lAP) Tommy employ the T-formation. I fighter planes.
I Another indication of the importance
he knew nothing about a entered the Navy shortly after I lYarosz. the Monaca. Pa. dancing attached to the kicking rinVTES' LATEST' ADDITION
report the school would withdraw I I master, outboxed Bee Bee Washington NO
PRIORITY
r graduation, he was regarded as a game came in the fact that Na- Hugh Mulcahy, veteran right-
I
from the Missouri Valley Confer- of Washington to win
ence at the end of this year. likely pitching prospect. He hada I unanimous ID-round decision as':: tional League teams set a new I hander recently given his unconditional ': NEEDED
brief with Saint -
tryout Augustine : conversion record in 1946 when :
By L S. CAINE Similar reports have circulated last but rounded night before a shivering crowd of I, release by the Phillies
year, never 92.9 cent
they made good
[Guest Columnist] occasionally In the past but IBA into shape. 1.458 which braved zero weather ,of their tries missing on only per 20 of 'yesterday signed on a "if you 'I! Price Reduced
'
The family of catfishes is a very large one, being world said "obsolutely nothing" has devel- I to get to the Gardens. 278 attempts. make good" basis with the Pittsburgh '

wide in range, and containing nearly 1,000 species. In the I oped along that line. Red Sox Swept 'Winter Park Trims follow The: top ten individual scorers for 1918 I, Pirates. j I Ii ji Bath TubsBare

United States alone there are over 30 different varieties, Player' Td Pat Fe TVFrltsrh i -- ]

but out of these less than a dozen are worthy of consider- Cuban Sports 14 Doubleheaders Titusville Five, 44-16 Green Bay __ 10 13 9 100 1 .

ation. Of these, the group known as channel catfish is the (Special, to Orlando: Morning Sentinel] Cuff Waterfie Chi; .Cardinals Los Angeles_ _____ 2 1 37 28 6 S 61 95Lio i I 79.50

moat popular and contains three species Including the blue catfish During 46 Season TITUSVILLE-The Winter Park: Philadelphia __.___ 1 27 6 !IIi AtUMINUMROOFING LavatoriesComplete
Dudley: Pittsburgh 3 12 :2 48
described above, which are of interest to the fishermen. High Wildcats romped to a 44-16 i Oallarncea Chi Bear _--__ 8 0 0 48
While the blue catfish Is the largest and most Important of all On Upsurge CHICAGO [API Hot-stoving In decision over the Titusville Ter. I Poillon Washn too 1 21: 6 45 [ Trim]
the American League: Boston'schampionship riers here last night. Joe O'Steer l attune, New York __h 0 32 4 44
of the catfishes It is the Channel Catfish Ictalurus punctatus.l Red Sox swept 14 led the visitors with 17 points. I iDeweil. Cardinals _u_ 7 0 0 42 33.00
Msznlcti. CM Bears 0 25 4 37 I
that Is the most popular with fishermen. double-headers last season, tying I

HATTIESBUna. Miss. [API the league mark shared previouslyby I Refrigerator defrosting can b< See Your Dealer or I Closets
I This catfish, also .known as spotted eat speckled cat. white cat Athletics in Cuba Is heading now > St.Louis, New York and Wash- accomplished in less than fiv[
silver cat fiddler.r Is more of.a silvery color than the blue cat and its for Its greatest. period of develop- ington. Furthermore the Red Sox minutes if an infra-red lamp L, '1111 TOM COX II Hardware Store I Soil
...t tides are spotted with small rounded Irregular dark spots. It Is ment says Jimmy Kendrlgan. the did not drop a single twin bill, held near the freezing unit. 11'1' Winter Garden I PipeFittings
1-.r;slimmer In build than the blue cat and does not get nearly as large. veteran blue-eyed Irishman who dividing 13.Doubleheacrers. --- I! Profile l Supply Go.
of the Univer- Nationally Famous
is athletic director were a headache.
rarely reaching a weight of 25 Ibs, and averaging 1 to 2 Ibs.
sity of Havana. though, for the St. Louis Browns I : Distributors
Men's Wear I
A third member of the channel catfish group to be mentioned Is
Kendrigan, a former college and Philadelphia Athletics, who 211 Butt St.AUTO NO PRIORITY
the Eel or Willow Catfish Ictalurus angullla.l,] also called Fulton cat. star athlete known as the "Knute dropped 13 and 12 respectivelywhile Year 'Round Low Prices I I
Nlggerllp, Ponehead Potomac channel catfish and white catfish. Its nn NEEDED
,
Rockne of the West Indies. was winning only five and one. 'I'I I
color Is a uniform pale yellow or- olivaceous and It has no spots at in Hattiesburg with the Univer- -

alL sity of Havana basketball team. Publicltor Earl Hilligan saysit Mlaiaua* Order-1 Carfsas BODY I WORK 11BBV ,S
,* He said in an interview that : Pitcher Clarence Marshall of EACH 3 CARTONS 54.50-No CODS

Another catfish worthy of mention, although not belonging to the he considers the Cuban well- the New York Yankees is a ringer laclaoes Postage Haadlleg Paint iFen4ers Fixed-Wrecks Rebuilt-Polishing fREEmAn
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channel catfish grouP.is the Yellow or Mud Catfish, [Leptops olivaris.l disciplined. natural athlete experts at lowest possible prices.STIVERSPONTIAC.
j which is also known by such an array cf names as: Bashaw. Goujon whose "explosive temperamentIs Outfielder Gene Woodling of the THE 3QSI IXCHANGMNCk F CUde FreemanOwsae
Pittsburgh Pirates be mis-
Granny cat Hoosier. Opelousas cat Pied cat. Russian cat and Shovelhead Ideally suited for sports"Cuban might : TeL 9869
taken for one of his new Sac lao-a ASTOR ST. NEWARK N. .. K W' COLOML: PHONE: 711 W. Church St.
catfish. Its back is yellowish mottled with brown or greenish- athletics reached the bosses, Crooner Bing Crosby. ; J.3I'I I
brown and Is lighter underneath. To some extent the yellow catfish peak of development prior to *

rivals the blue catfish In size and while no authentic records are available 1930. he explained but bowed to Tony Cucclnello, who nearlywon

It Is reported to reach a weight of a 100 lbs, although the aver- political upheavals In the Republic the American League batting

age. size Is usually only a few .pounds. until a re-birth under Presi- title In 1945 and then was bouncedby
-* dent Grau. the Chicago White'Sox has a
The yellow catfish prefers the sluggish waters of the lowlands Baseball is the favorite sport In nephew Outfielder Sam Mele,

and despite its repulsive habits and appearance Is considered one of Cuba he said. who'll be trying to make the grade
the best of the catfishes: for food as its fled Is of fine texture and "I honestly believe the Cubanis with the Boston Red Sox this season -
the best baseball player in the Mele former New York Uni-
flavor world. Kindrigan.declared. "Like versity star, was outstanding for L L
It would take a good sized volume to describe the and
many the boys in the Southern United Scranton of the Eastern League sots
various ways and methods to fish for catfish for each section of the States, he can play the year- last year.

country has Its own. They are caught on trot lines, set lines, bamboo round. He has quick reactions andis .

poles fly rods bait-casting rods and In some parts of the country a natural for the game. We can Emil [Dutch] Leonard, knuck- THE NfJW 1947

where exceptionally large yellow catfish are present heavy salt water fill a stadium for a baseball game le-ball veteran sold by Washington -

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Page. 8 Orlando Inrntnn Srotttirl Wednesday, February 5', 1947 '-" .

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Faul-Estes Senior HighChoristers .' ."< 1 ..1 /A"*

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Wedding *3. ::.4a: # ,:<' ) Eyelet Trimmed ;

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Announced YN s s,14 2 Plan Event ,.'. f

Mrs. Neva S. Norman of Winter i-t I "The Firefly. three-act musical 2::. 1 VO i I E
: Rudolf Friml. will be ,
Garden is announcing the marriage comedy by COTTON BATISTE SLIP
presented by the Orlando Senior ..-,.,
of her daughter. Mrs. Leona High School Choristers In the K.:

Beatrice Estes, to Kenneth 'Albert .g t'A.{..4.iyy." .,q .. I school auditorium Feb. 18 and 19, ref ai
under the direction of Julia K.
Faul. of Orlando formerly of 1
Cleveland. Ohio which was an rAi. j i Campbell. t
I The composer Rudolf Priml
event of Sunday afternoon at the ,ranks with Jerome Kern. Sigmund
home of the bride's mother on Romberg and Victor Herbertin :" L
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; Lake Rose. The ceremony was ,the production of well-loved melodies }.::
( In his operettas. Among the
performed by Dr. Robert H. Mc- tsk best known of his works are t.
Caslin. minister of the Park Lake "Katinka" "High Jinks" "Rose tt-
Presbyterian Church. Roses and Mane" and "The Firefly." S.'T'

gladioli predominated In the floral yiGYc, :;;; I Moving pictures of the last twoi
have been made. "Rose Marie" j .
decorations for the home.
starred Nelson Eddy and Jeanette
The bride wore a gray suit W MacDonald while "The Firefly"
with Nary blue accessories, and I starred Miss MacDonald and Allan fimL
had an orchid corsage. Her attendant 'Jones. The songs of "The Fire-
was her mter-in-laW. fly" include such favorites as
Mrs. Jasper N. Joiner who wore a 1 "Sympathy." "Gianina M1 a."
black and white suit with gray "When A Maid Comes Knocking
'at Your Heart," "Beautiful Ship
hat. and a corsage of red roses.
'From Toyland" and "Call Me
Jasper N. Joiner acted as best "
man for the bridegroom.Mrs. Uncle.
I Well-known soloists of The G
Norman who her
gave
Choristers who will appear hi vrJv
daughter In marriage, wore char- leading roles are Virginia Carter; M
treuse crepe dress with black ac soprano; Jack Thompson baritone ;NMISS.
cessories. Her corsage was of pink ; Edla Swaidmark. mezzo;
roses.A Everette Sparks tenor; Barbara .
Email reception was held at Lott. soprano; and Jim Block
the home following the ceremony. BROADWAY'S FRED STONE tenor. Comedy roles will be taken

The couple left on a trip In the has title role of Mark Twain. by Bobby Serros Jack Kelk Bettie
State after which they will make Morrow and Gloria Bryarly.
their home with the bride's t- Sizes 32 to 40

mother. Actor Hard The! Carlos AppearingIn
Broadway Working
Mrs. Paul the daughter of Mrs.
Norman and the late Mr. JasperN. Concert Friday .
Joiner graduated from Lake- Alphonse and Katharine Carlo JACQUELINE KASELL 2.98
view High School .In Winter Oar- On Part in Sherman's New PlayFred ., will give the third of the Faculty; Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kasell of
den. Mr. Paul was connected with Recitals on Friday at the Annie Oviedo, who are today announcing her engagement and
the Weatherhead Co. of Cleveland Stone who will play' the by the theatrical tailor was rejected Russell Theater. The recital will approaching marriage to Richard Ole Anderson, son of Mr. .
before coming to Orlando. title role In Harold M. Sherman'snew by the actor Indignantly. begin at 8:15 pjn. and the program and Mrs. Ole Anderson of Chicago. The wedding will be I
play "Mark Twain" to be Td look like a burlesque star of will consist of four sonatas \
of
event Feb. 15 Oviedo
for violin and piano. an at Baptist Church. The bride- /
pre&ented'in the Annie Russell the nineties in that. he said and .
The Cookseys Mr. and Mrs. Carlo are both elect attended Oviedo schools and Orlando Junior College
Theater Feb. 18 through 24, Is showed them a picture of TwainIn
graduates of the Juilhard School and was for a time employed at the Citizens Band of
like his model. his best clothes model.
growing uncannily ; as a
]I of Music. Mr. Carlo Is associate
Entertain The likeness is not confined to The result is really beautiful anda professor of violin and viola in Oviedo. Mr. Anderson attended Lawrence University in S
appearance although when made triumph of tailoring. I'I the Rollins College Conservatory. Canton, N. Y., and during the war served in the U. S. Navy. .
Mr and Mrs. C. R. Cooksey up with his wig and moustache. "Mark Twain" will bring Stone I'and Mrs. Carlo is Instructor in
were hosts at a buffet supper last Stone Is sufficiently like Twain to to a. Rollins stage for the third ,I piano in the Extension Division. Farmers are believed to own ff J
surprise Twain himself. time. He first appeared here in a I The program includes compositions I tr, AT WINTER PARK W / r
week-end at their than other
home on W. more airplanes any
"Since the day I read Sherman'snew production of "Lightnin" in by Handel represented by
.
Smith '4 312 and 314 No. Park Ave.One
Ave. honoring Mrs. R. G. script I have been thinking which he played the part he had I II the Sonata No. IV in D major. occupational group with some Block .. I
North the Pottoffice
Stripling of Ga. who J
Macon. Is
and acting; in character. Stone made famous on Broadway. The Aaron. Copland. Debussy and States claiming a thousand ands 1
spending the season with her son- until the from this show Brahms. more.
declared. "From now proceeds were 1i
in-law and daughter. Mr. and I i
show closes 111 have a one track used to construct the Fred Stone fsBARn : -
Mrs. Herbert DeaL Card games mind." Experimental Theater. 1qc ELE \]

were enjoyed later in the evening. Stone does not go out to dinneror Thi.* time Stone will appear not The ObermeyerHonoring Plan Party I
The guest list Included Mr. and S If
to a concert or listen to a lec- in a past success but in a future II :
Mrs. O. L Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Her- ",.
.
ture for fear he will be distracted one. His daughter Paula whom he 4! es f' ..
bert Deal. Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas I
DeFore, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Rich- from out. he the went play; on\" tnd"not I until won't the go who started is now on a a Broadway successful career producer and Mrs.Lt. Douglas t ::: *:r' ItMonograming Iff I 4

ardson. Mr. and Mrs.A.N.BrownIng. end of the run. It's a great play will be present on the opening Col. and Mrs. D. H. Ober- Mrs. Canfleld Cook, Mr. and Mrs. ( __ ,fr
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kuyken- and I want it to be a success." night with her husband. Michael have Invited a group of Harry M. Voorhis Mr. and Mrs. HANDKERCHIEFS Bias cut cotton
dall. Mr. and Mrs: E. C. Toy, M. He spends every' afternoon In Sloane. 11 the play is what she meyer John Masek. Mr. and Mrs. Tyn 'I':I For slips cool as a
W. Malnor and guests to tea and cocktail party
the honoree.INSTRUCTION a "
the theater studying his script wants she hopes to produce it in Cobb Jr.. Col. and Mrs. Warren VALENTINES summer breeze.
and going over sketches of cos- New York, with her father in the to meet Helen Gahagan Douglas. Winn :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Car- ., Hand Initialed from Madeira: Hand M Daintily trimmed in
title role. This will be Democratic from Rol- M Blocked Prints from Ireland; Embroideries A .,.t.i .
tumes and scenes with Howard turning the I Congresswoman rigan. Cot and Mrs. Robert : LacM from
from China; J cotton eyelet. In ,
IN BALLROOM DANCING Bailey, director of the Annie Rus- tables with a vengeance and paying California who will speak on the lison Mr. and Ms. Campbell Brussels; Hand Painted from .A -
Learn then the tM fundamental finer point. sell. who Is producing "Mark her parent back In his own 'Orlando Lyceum Series Saturday Thornal, Dr. and Mrs. Harold land. snow white. .\
Twain." coin. i i night at the Orlando Senior High Knowles Mr. and Mrs. Harold I .. .
Dorothie Keeler Studio Stone smiled quietly as he If Stone's successful imperson- j I School auditorium. The affair will Condict. Mr. and Mrs. Walton ,' ""
AMfCbllt Betel watched the smoke of his cigar ation of Twain Is a fair sample of be held at 'the Obenneyers' residence : McJordau Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L We Gift Wrap Switz..I" Lingerie Second Floor '
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Tel. x-Jizi
Other Times aooB-it Tel r.W M.At /X curling up towards the ceiling of the success of the play it will bea 2628 N. Westmoreland Dr. Gahr, Mrs. Virginia Brewster, Mr. Lookers Welcome We .. | ,.e. -A'
the green room. "You know." he hit. Stone and Twain both made Saturday from 4 to 6 p. m. and Mrs. M. C. Thomas. Mr. and f f but never ate to buy.f ii .

remarked thoughtfully. "Twain: American history and of very I The list of guests Include Mr. Mrs. Mancel Lawrence Mrs. Nona r.f Pctokr. )(!chic..... In the ',' :
and i had one thing in commonto much the same kind. The student and Mrs. Robert Hammond, Mr. Parley, :Mr. and :Mrs. E. Harold : ) oJ.
CORNER CABINETSSOLID I begin with. We both smoked cast is as enthusiastic about the and Mrs. Sidney Swope. Dr. Hamilton Johnson cot and Mrs. E. R. Har- l __ ___ ----._ ..:

MAHOGANY these things and.no one could stop play as Stone himself and is will- Holt, Mr. and Mrs. William ris. :Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Smith Jr.. :; :.. : !
Individually Constructed either of us." ing to work itself to a standstill BeardaU Martin Andersen Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Olsen. Mr. 1-: -.<. .
$60 UP UNFINISHED "But" he continued,"I did: have in the cause. and Mrs. Henry Balch. :Mr. and and Mrs. Oscar BergstrOm. Y. !
to acquire a little more hair ana .
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a lot more moustache. :
And for the New York made

wigs and moustaches. Stone paid ..
Junior heads turned
$200 and for. one of the beautifully are toBachelor -: '
tailored suits of white flannel .. BatisteTh.r.'s ; S
$180. The first suit made up

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Wood born Jan. 29 at the "Ida ,.' darally ,
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Fla. Mrs. Wood was before her fullY cool ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Althausof --.
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1iI I i of a baby girl. Betty Jo Althaus. ,
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{, Honor Guest Miss Ortmayer ceed the meeting. Church Group

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At ShowerTuesday WMTh' DemonstratesAt v : <., I Eastern Star Chapter, will,meet 190. Order today of at Holds Meeting


evening Miss Adelaide By KITTY HENRY Society Editor S.pjn. at the Masonic Temple The February meeting of the
; LectureMiss will be held. I
C. Key. bride-elect of Donald C. Initiation Woman's Society of Christian

Merrell. was honored _with a L EW WERE THOSE who were surprised a couple of months ago o o o I Service of Goss Memorial Methodist -

kitchen shower given by Mrs -y 4V when Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Turner's daughter Ann Turner made professor Constance of Artmayer.sculpture associate at- The Winter Park Alumnae Assn. Church washeld in the Sun-
Webster E. Bishop and the Mortar Board an exclusive college group chosen for leadership on Rollins explained the techniquesof
Jones Dotherow at the latter' entertain with a benefit card Tuesday evening, with Mrs. M
campus, at the Southern Methodist University in Dallas Texas. For her art to some 116 members of
home on E. Amelia Ave Park branchof party for the Nora Wain Fund for Stanek presiding.
Ann seems to be following rightIn the Orlando-Winter
The table was laid with handmade the American Association of Norwegian babies on Tuesday, I Devotions were brought by Mrs.
4 lace cloth, and centered the footsteps of her father, .. University Women. Feb. 11, at 2 p.m. at The Palms." J, T. Dingley, and Mrs.Y.. Was-
with a bridal motif featuring who draws the comic strip about She spoke following luncheon at the home of Mrs. F D. Trismen of serboehr conducted the program

miniature wedding scene sur- Capt. Easy and Wash Tubs. But the group's monthly meeting at I Winter Park All table reserva- bringing thoughts oft race relations
rounded by white flowers and tapers when Ann arrived home this week the Officers Club at the Orlando tions must be made by Saturdayto with emphasis on the Christian
in silver candelabra. The with an A. B. degree in English Air Base Saturday. either Mrs. J. T. Raper Or- attitude between the colored

hostesses were assisted in serving GLEN GRAY, above, will bring his from the university she also had Y" Feature of the talk was a dem- lando, or Mrs J. I. Chaffee, Win- and white citizens of our nation.

7 Mrs. Robert H. Dotherow and Casa Loma Orchestra, famous lot news of a couple of other things onstration in which the speaker ter Park Those planning to Mrs. T. R. Woodford presentedan
lisa Barbara Dotherow. smooth, sophisticated dance which show for themselves that s modeled a man's head, illustratingher attend are requested to bring their account of the recent sessions

\, i rnhiest list included the I arrangements, to the Coliseum for she is as intelligent as she is at- ,,. remarks. own cards. of the Florida Chain of Missions.
Mmes. Fetiz Wirm. Wallace public dance Saturday. Feb. 15. 1, tractive. During a brief business session 000 I The WJSC.S, will be hostessesto :
dance will be held from 9 pjn. Mrs. Gladys S. Henderson of Rol- I Junior the of the church
Wright and F.; E. Roumillat of Ann has been chosen as a 4i The Department of So- men at a

Sanford: C. V. Williams F. W.la to 1 a.m. I member of the Phi Beta Kappa ''. Md' lins. AAUW president had been announcedthat raised for JOHN JI. HEXET, above, recog'nized rosia will hold its business meet- I Brotherhood supper to be held
Roche of Winter Park; and E. M. oldest scholastic honorary fra- # $169.99 nationally as an excellent ing today at 3 pm. at Sorosis on Monday. Feb. 17.
fellowships from the AAUW production -
Merrell. of Leesburg; George William D.Bishop.Ethel L. White ternity in the nation and also of "Snow White" on New I soloist and conductor, will be guest It will be followed by a programon Mrs. Jack Bumby and Mrs. S,

Kennedy of Tangerine. George P. and Robert H. Dotherow: also the the Theta Sigma Phi national Year's Day; that the State con-j conductor for the eighth annual "Flower Arrangements," given '''A. Adams were joint hostesses for
f Bennett. William E. Deane Rob- Misses Betty Merrell Martha honorary journalism fraternity of vention will be held at Lakeland concert of the Orlando Senior by Mrs. W. R. Boone A social the social hour following the

[( ert Fetrie. George Osmundsen. Merrell. Lilly M. Fraser Winni- which she was treasurer this year. e May 2-3; and that the annual literature High School band Thursday at 8 hour will also be held Mrs meeting.
Tom Watson. Albert J. Hamilton fred Lovell, Edna Daniels. Eliza- luncheon open to membersand p.m.at the high school auditorium. I Harold Krebs: wishes to remind I Circle No. 1 meets at 7:30 pm.
She is also member of the Pi
Jr. Robert Hinely Larry Pheil, beth D y II 0 n of Sanford and a their guests will be held |iMr. Henry will preside over a ,: members to bring children's books on the second Monday of each
Beta Phi social fraternity. Now selection of Victor Herbert's for the book drive month. Circle No 2 meets at 2:30
Cell D. Beck. Clara Webster, Frankie Cliff of Eustis. March 8 at the Orange Court
that she has graduated Ann plans Hotel. The president also urgedall favorites.ItottlictiJEAN 000 I pm. on the first Tuesday of every
to continue her studies at Columbia A AAUW members to cooperateif The Book Club of the Orlando month.

Miss\ .,Morris\ Becomes Bride University or find an out- possible in the current building Army Air Base Woman's Club will I
I let for her writing ability with fund drive of Orange Memorial meet at 2 pjn today at the homeof I Friday has as a new attraction
magazine. Hospital and to phone the hospitalif Miss Alta !
some ( Wright and Mrs. this year "Take It or Leave It-
Of Mr. Zahn In Coral Gables o o o they find they will have any Buford Duke 1525 W. Washington ,show The committee of which
TNDE"ATTGABLE MRS. L. J. time to give to the work. '-1 ( St. where Miss Wright and i Mrs Carol Langston Is chairman

Miss Wealthy Anne :couple were present for the cere- 1 M'CAFFREY of Miami Shores '. .4 ;:%,.L, H '! .;-' Mrs. Duke will give a talk on an- I has chosen C. C. Magruder and C

daughter of Mr and Mrs. MOrris'l II mony. president of the Florida Federa- Miss WendelGives -\ tiques. 000 I Howard Sweatt to be masters of

Morris, of Winter Park The bride, given in marriage by tion of Women's Clubs, left yester- I "Defenders of Our ceremony.
day from Miami' for Kissimmee, }l vey;,,' on Health" will I
bride'of Arthur John. Zahn. son of I her brother-in-law Dr. Clifford C. Sorosis : be the topic discussed by Miss There
are
where she had an engagement at approximately 305
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Zahn of Snyder wore an aqua wool suit ANN TURNER: I Margaret Piper for the monthly natural lakes in Illinois.A. .
the Kissimmee Woman's Club at I
Waverly. Iowa, on Jan. 31 at the with matching accessories and i WITH YOTHERSme meeting of the Marks St. Parent
r First Methodist Church in Coral II 3 pjn.. then went to St. Cloud graduates with honors. Club ProgramA Club>> Editor] I Teachers Assn. Thursday at 3
Gables with Dr. J. H. Daniel of- had a corsage of white orchids. where she was honor guest last night at the St. Cloud Woman's Club Stewart pm. B. C.
ficiating. The immediate families She was attended by ,her sister I meeting. This weekend she Is coming to Orlando to be the houseguestof clearer insight Into the works Many rare treasures will be on open the Martin program violinist accompaniedby will ALUMINUM CASEMENT

r and a few close friends of the I Mrs. Clifford C. Snyder who was Mrs. A. T. MacKay first vice-president of the federation whose of contemporary authors and exhibit Wednesday, Feb. 12 at Mrs. Margaret Carter George SASH'

attired in a gray crepe suit, with home will be the hub for motor trips to fulfill speaking and honor made manifest yester- Sorosls Clubhouse when the( after which Miss Piper will speak IN STOCK

CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH !white accessories and wore a corsage engagements for Mrs. McCaffrey. Mrs. MacKay and her guest will poets was librarian [Wednesday Music Club entertains i j I. The second part of the program HOME INSULATION CO.
Wendel -
Clara
i of white carnations. drive to Leesburg next Monday where Mrs. McCaffrey will speak day when Miss with a Steven Foster memorial[ I' will be a forum highlighting Phone 708
SERVICEDr. .Best man was the bridegroom's during an afternoon session of the Leesburg Woman's Club, and on I of the Albertson Public I : the comments made here by Dr. Ml Ora>(* AT* WlaMr Park
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benefit tea The Steven Foster
H. T. OthlaotChiropractor father Arthur C. Zahn. Tuesday will address the DeLand Library, spoke before members J Alice Sowers, authority on child

Following the wedding a dinner Woman's Club at a luncheon and guests of Sorosis for the Lit- memorial to be erected at White! | psychology Miss Ethel Corn-
715 W. Colonial Dr. party was held at the Robert Clay meeting I Springs Fla, will be the third in L I wright principal, will discuss the Ann's Style Shoppo
erature Day program.
Phone4461 Hotel in Miami. The couple will ,
r> o r>
the United States to honor tins i personality of the child and his
Evenings by appointmentMaqnavox reside at 442. Chase Ave.. Winter Feb.I I Introduced by Mrs. Charles Pot- i i WOMEN'S APPAREL
ON WEDNESDAY. American whose simplesongs relationship to his school mates:
composer
Park. THEN ter, chairman of the day, Miss I | Mrs Frank Gardner ova MOTTO:
: will
Mrs. McCaffrey will talk speak on
Mrs. Zahn graduated from Win- i are so much a part of the Falr cad fri.ndl Senrlce":
ter Park High School and Stane- before the Lake County Federation I Wendel briefly commented upona I the mother-son relationship and Adequate Parking Space
the
South and the people ,
the
leigh College Rye Beach. N. H. in Eustis. The Colonialtown number of the current books ; development of responsibility; C7C N. Oraa( Ph. Z4TO
For the past year she has been Woman's Club of Orlando will which have been proved popular I Memorial promises to be fitting; Mrs. Henry Simmons will present

employed as medical secretary to honor the Florida Federation pres- with library readers. These types tribute to Foster, containing aM the mother-daughter picture and

I Dr. Walter Weed and Dr. RobertS. ident on the 13th and the Palatka ranged from Kenneth Robert'snew museum carillon tower, shrine I the importance of maintaining
Stephens here. Batley" confidence Mrs. Willis Max-
Woman's Club will be hostess at historical novel. "Lydia I and monument At the benefit
1 Mr. Zahn graduated from well, hospitality
Asch's fictional chairman has
Sholem
and week, there will be
an affair in her honor the next ; tea next on
Waverly High School in Iowa, andis : arranged for refreshments
philosophical study "East River"to in the
display such articles as rare glass,
3 day. After these events Mrs. Mc-
now employed as X-Ray tech- i lunchroom 4
at
non-fictional works such as pjn. with Mrs
I china, silver brass laces, embroideries -
nician for Dr. Weed and Dr. Caffrey will return to Miami, of; j Hollis Ingram and Mrs. L. P.
Ellis Arnall's domestic novel I I Davis
shawls, quilts, miniatures,
Stephens. He was dischargedfrom where she will reverse the role of Dimly Seen" and biographies in charge.
The Shore I
the U. S. Navy in March guest to one of host to her sister, Hahn's "Raf- and a music box which is one 000
Emily
1946. after serving for 3'i! years Mrs. Walter schroeder of Atlantic'I as hundred and fifty years old. I Cherokee Capers to be held at

and participating in the battles in City, N. Y. who with Mr. Schroeder fles of Singapore. 000 the Cherokee Junior High School ZFe
,1 1 the European. Asiatic and Pacific The second part of her program I Members of the Orlando Anti- -- -
Theaters. are houseguests of the McCaf was devoted to reading varied selections quarian Society will not meet today I

freys. She will have a rest until' of poetry from present- i as previously announced EASE SNEEZE

Edison published the first news- ." : s the 20th when the Housekeepers'Club i day poets. These included poemsof The meeting has been postponeduntil C
J'.9\ ,, Ii'UL BREATHE EASIER
'K d. > no 3' I ;0; .
honor her with both
will
in Miami illustrating
( paper ever printed on a moving ?a T. A. Tadaly, a later date. '
,
;' Two drops of Penetro Nose
train "The Weekly Herald"onthe a party. I his humorous and serious moods,I 000 E::: Drops in each nostril check 1
t Grand Trunk between Port MRS A. T. M'KAY And so goes the life of one a selection from Genevieve Tag- The AAUW Literature Group sniffles and sneezes open

Huron and Detroit in 1862. I. to entertain club: president elected by vote of some 16,000 gert's "Slow :Music," and a poem meeting has been announced for ;' cold-clogged breathe nasal passagesso
you easier im
federated club women throughout the State. Sandwiched in, as many by the New England poet Robert today at 10:30 ajn. at the Unitarian I mediately. Use only as di Nothing keeps home
JUways rely oa ids peat nil> fir busy national executives must do is a volume of details during these I Coffin. Concluding the program I Church At this time a __ rected.3 generous sizes Get kling clean like your having drapes par-,

trips. Her portfolio shows all earmarks of her industry, but her with a serious note Miss Wendel review on the book, "BJVs Daugh- PENETROCAMELLIAS SrOSpI chair covers and curtains SaC -

COOPER'SMUSIC 1 CHESTCOLDS facial serenity Is undisturbed. read passages from Herbert Hage- ter" by John P. Marquand will be tone cleaned regularly. Our ex

o o oMR. dorn's narrative poem. The Bomb j presented by Mrs. Margaret Far- pert 1.I..d._. of ..._...:.te i "
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I STORE .AND MRS. A. W.BARKLEY were hosts at a dinner party Mon- that Fell on America. rar librarian. of the Winter Park Samtone's thorough! cleaning If
business meeting
20 W. Church St. day at the Tropical Hotel in Kissimmee. The affair was held During the Robert Library. I your assurance of urislac o..
held before the program, 000
Phone 4652, in celebration of the new opening of the hotel, and the Barkley'sguests
( )J Ie......--adIiIIc-- I Porterfield founder and directorof The Junior League of Orlando
included Dr. and Mrs. Emile Melze of Chicago, 111. Mr. and the Barter Theater of Virginia, Plant Now
I will hold its February meeting today -
t!.. @UB ON W J Mrs. A. A. Gerdes, Mrs. Robert A. Truman and Mrs. Alice Parr of announced the theater presenta-
at 10 at
I I Sorosis.
aJn.
.... Orlando Mrs. Gladys Ribblett Ansel Barkley Jr., David C. Barkley I tions to be given today at the 000Reservations and enjoy their

and Al Hunt of Kissimmee. Winter Park High School audi- for the February bloom this Season.
r> n o torium under sponsorship of the luncheon meeting of the Orlando
LAUNDRY 8 DRY CLEANING
DR. AND MRS. H. B. M'LENDON have as their guests Mrs. Mc- Winter Park Kiwanis Club. PanheIIenl0 Assn. must be made Over 100 Varietiesto '..

Quick service If you bring It by our office or phone for pickup parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews of Starke. Staff Delegates to the Orange County I 1 today to either Miss Jean Yothers. select
and delivery service. Sgt. Ross E. Grier and Mrs. Grier with their children Wayne and Federation of Woman's Clubs Orlando or Mrs. William T. Ho- from STREAMLINECLEANERS

Gwynette. of Eglin Field, visited relatives and friends in Orlando this 'meeting today at 10:30: &.In. at the ran. Winter Park The meet- all colors beautiful -
IVANHOE LAUNDRY j CITY CLEANERS past weekend. Miss Rose Obermeyer left yesterday for New York I'Colonialtown Woman's Club will ing will be held Saturday at the

..f 1630 N. Orange-Ph. 5594 I 39 W. Colonial DrPh. 7557if. I after visiting her brother and sister-in-law, Lt. CoL and Mrs. D. H. .include Mrs. Ida Waller and Mrs. I'OAAB Officers Club with lunch- and rare types.

L. C. Nicholson. :Mrs. Robert eon at 1 pjn. followed by a -
Obermeyer. Mrs. Thomas Fuller Davis Jr.. of Atlanta Is the general

houseguest of her son and daughter-in-law Dr. and Mrs. Charles S. I'Wetherell will serve and as Miss alternates.The Margaret. Piper ;, meeting Members of the H. L Hasly Jr. "Central/ florida's largest"

Is here from Charlotte i Delta Delta Delta Alliance are
Davis. Mrs. W. T. Buice arriving Thursday ,
N. C. for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gibbons and son Gordy of'I' following members were hostesses for the affair. I 44 E. Colonial Dr. Tel 2.2162 234 W. South St.
if. elected to serve on the nominating 000 Phones 4468 2-2107
i
Idea Rochester N. Y. have been the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Norman Coul committee for Sorosis'election of I( -
Menu Mrs L. F.
ter. Miss Pauline Harrell has as her houseguest Mrs. Marion Pit- I :officers: the Mmes. Pettus Lee ;| hostess today at Blankner 3 will to the be

tard of Atlanta, the former Barbara Brinsfield of Orlando. Mrs. 1 'chairman; John T. Branham. 'Annie Coleman Chapter pjn. of the I

James Arthur Ford and Mrs. Walter Weed are returning today froma Robert Riddle, Campbell Thornal Confederacy Miss Margaret
visit in Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. John Hill have had as their ; and M. D. Kennedy.
Piper will be the guest speaker .
guest Mrs. Peter Knowles of Washington, D. C. who left Monday to I High school girls who will be MACKEREL
return to her home. Mrs.'H. Y. Vance of 705 S. Summerlin St. has guests of Sorosis for the month of ----- ---------------- .
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Today been ill for several weeks and is confined to her home. Col. and i February were present. They are r PHONE 2-4474 r
Mrs. R. K. Cole have as their guest Miss Anne Parsons of San Fran- i Annelle Perry. Florence Le Fever ,

cisco. Mrs. Lowell W. Baldwin has as her guests Mrs. William I Barbara Whitehead and Kathleen

Kane and daughters. Janet and Barbara, and Miss Melvin Patterson, Armstrong.At I II
of Chatham, N. J. 12:30: pjn. the regular r 11f. eon rr I
o o o monthly board luncheon was held, I
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the kitchens decorations carried ...,.
From TTRS.. LEROY HENNESSEY was hostess yesterday at an informal tea where were =---
out in the valentine motif with
*'* at her country home hi Longwood. Guests included friends from
I t 35 N. Orange Blossom TraIl i
red candles nosegays and paper
of Blue Plate both Orange and Seminole Counties, who were Invited to meet Mrs.Hennessey's valentines on the tables. I i Orlando Florida :

cousin Mrs. William Blodgett, of Washington D. C. Mrs. ,
Blodgett arrived Monday and is dividing her time between her two'
Foods Ir cousins, Mrs. Hennessey, and Mrs. George Dorman the latter of Or- Dr. Edwin Mims JA most complete stock of ::

lando. Inaugurates SeriesDr. the very finest food special-:

o o oTI1R. 'I 5 ties. I
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Edwin Mims, visiting
e AND MRS. ERNEST pro- t Popular with fish lovers everywhere and
91E POTTER were hosts last weekend when fessor of English at Rollins Col- t r, nourishing

fl' 111 they entertained with a cocktail party in the Summer House of lege, this morning inaugurates a Now shipping luscious! Temple' I delicious available in most every climate in some

the Amherst Apts. The affair was in honor of their houseguests, Mr. series of five talks at Annie Rus- t Oranges remember your form canned: dried, smoked, salted, fresh or frozen.
,
; i i and Mrs. Palmer Jones, of Evanston. Ill sell Theatre to the student bodyon r friends back home with a box w,
; I the general subject The Art : J or basket Come In and see It' II One of the "fat" fish, a pound broiled furnishes about

I, of Thinking." I packed. : 775 calories of food
,. Visiting Daughters Day Feb. 22. at the chapter house at'' energy.
rI The first of the talks will be I :
f Green-and-Golds i Featured at DAR Meet 2:30 pjn. Proceeds will go towardthe entitled "Fundamentals in a liberal -j' / Oranges for Juice hi 22-lb. and : I
(open.faced DAR Mountain schools, Kate Education." "
sandwiches for I I Visiting Daughters the I IJ 45-lb. bags. :
Part' Day was Duncan Smith and Tamassee. J
refreshmenh) The talks win be continued I., r i .
I 2 hard-boDed ..Mw program for the February meet- Reservations may be made by weekly. Other subjects scheduledfor MILK i.
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Choicest Wisconsin New :
SaJt p finely minced I and Srn'S
of the Orlando the'
caste Blue tree: p.pp.r I lag Chapter of calling the DAR chapter house I discussion include "The Art c I York State: cheese.
,Who1. P1a a70WlafM Daughters of the American Revo- Mrs. : of D rim1nation." "The Golden : :
I R.
wll..t Campbell or Mrs. Mary ,
I Mince egg whites 01'tie brad lution Saturday at the chapter Ellis Mean and the Falsehood of Ex-

spoon Blua Plata. add creen pper,.l&Jt to bst. J table- I house. Miss Mathews.Mabelle O'Neal, regent reminded tremes," "The Uses and Abusesof :IA wide assortment of frozen : Is Nature's nearest t?. -

Blue Plate M.yonnaiLlh.nVsSpremd >bread< with Mrs. Henry Hancock programI all chairmen of national Imagination." and "Cultureand r I fruit vegetables and seafoods.1 I complete food, easily _-

motor Sprinkle CC Whlt*'gT"n P PP.r I chairman called on the following committees that they must send I Religion." ___________._....._... '
nukes 'P..d for 4 full-srsi unldwlchat top Thin amount 'members to participate: Mrs. Pet- their yearly reports to their State digested, and univer- .

B wichea' or the heart lunch.ho* kind, J. 'For party land.liaISe I ; tus Lee spoke on the work of her chairmen by March 1. I sally liked. It is delivered C.g
adds a tempting Savor loves to M lon- chapter in Alabama; Mrs. Franc _
with pure Wesson Oct and a..rybody It' : Binnewies of Wisconsin spoke of I II complete, fresh -
L Uaruteed to be flayor-frelh.j l adopting a Chinese orphan as I ABCDIAPER INNERSPRING MATTRESSESFor
I and ready to eat -
pure
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NINO discussed the State Shrine, "Rosa-I SERVICENew Immediate Delivery i a quart furnishes =_

\ lie." at Natchez. Miss. I Accounts 'and Future We Manufacture-Innersprlng Mattresses. about 650 calories. _
Mrs. Jack E. Stewart chairmanfor Reservations Are Solicited.
IIUE the Colonial Benefit card Box Springs. Hollywood Beds. !(

PLATE Made the "home-kitchen" way party, announced that this year I I Telephone WINTER 2.1177ORLANDO PARK We Rebuild-Everything In Bedding. .
the party will be held on Saturday.
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GIRLS! WOMEN! TRY THIS IF YOU'RENERVOUS In when your stored refriceratof in the J-- -

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Do female functional monthly fiJs- Compound helps build up resistance \ I
t turbances make you feel nervous, against such distress.: And Name DAIRIES
Mayoltnaise fidgety,cranky,so tired and'dragthat's the kind of product you
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I Wednesday February 5 1947 Ice Association for the laboratory of the Veterans Hospital i Orlando Army Air Base at 8 p.m. !
10 rlanba) jSarntag &irtttttitI I
Page ment of Science. His Bay Pines as bacteriologist r Thursday, Sgt. William Vice club
f in "Who Is Who in Advance-I where he served. until the president, has announced.At II INSECTS

He resigned from the present. present there are eight mem-
I Teachers Open j Houses Moved Dr. Maier, Administration Hospital He is a member of the American bers of the club all Army person- I
I Pines. Florida, to come to Or- Association for the Advancementof sonnel stationed at the air base. Call BOYTE. one or CentralFlorida's
MeEwan lando. Science. Reserve Officers Assn. All Central Floridians who were I biggest and best Exterminating -
Open and the American Veterans of war prisoners are Invited to attend I companies Customers
Robert Hale McEwan a nativeof the session. protected under $5.000
Institute HereThe .Sold to VetsA Orlando and the son of Dr. World War n. I Bond. Licensed and insured.
r. .I Clinical LabDr. John S. McEw n. received his For farther information on
I I II B.S. in Biology and Chemistry Ex-PWs Club to Meet rats, roaches termites, ants
proper training of the Increasing total of 78 fire and six room Eugene Maier and Robert I from Rollins College in 1940. Mr. Open Monday EreningsWARREN'S etc. Call or write
At OAAB ThursdayA
I houses are being moved from Hale McEwan announce the opening McEwan was a first lieutenant.
school I
number of high
Kingsley Lake Village near Camp of their clinical and research U. S. Army Sanitary Corps. during meeting of the newlyorganized BOYTEEXTERM.INATING
students who are driving cars now. Blanding to new locations at I the war. He served as bacteriolo- Liberated Prisoners of War CO
i located at 108 E. Central -
laboratory
or will! be in a short time is the 6 yf Jacksonville on property owned I .I gist and Serologist for Darnall Club will be held at the Non-Com- Winter Park Phone 68
by the Phillips Industries Inc. of Ave.. Orlando Clinic Bids. 224 S. Main TeL 9532
only hope for a reduction of the i General Hospital. Danville. Ky.. missioned Officers lounge of the Oro ,.__.._
Orlando and Jacksonville it was Room 207. from 1942 to 1943; as assistant' I I I --- I
accidents -
Increasing number of traffic i learned yesterday.The il Dr. Maier received his Ph. D.', chief of laboratory for the Station
in America teachers and,' homes which were formerly from. the University of Erlangenin Hospital. Camp Livingston La. Service Shoe Shop
school officials were told at the officers quarters for the Army Bavaria in 1922. Following his from 1943 to 1944. and assistant 'T COUGH
opening session of the Teacher I camp are jacked up loaded on graduation he was with the Rocke- chief of laboratory and bacteriologist SHOE DYING .._ r
Training Institute for driver train-] huge dollies and tow trucks then feller Institute for Medical Re- for 179th General Hospital. Guaranteed Work ---
Ing and education at the Ange- start hauling them to their new search from 1927 to 1930; with a 1,500-bed hospital located inCa 50 COLORS s- HEAD 0
bilt Hotel yesterday.The location where they are lowered on the Department of Laboratories. rent an. Rouen and Paris.
three day course Is being: prepared foundations. I Bellevue Hospital. New York City I' France. HIS E. Colonial Drive .....
conducted under the Joint auspicesof Garages attached to the dwellings from 1930 to 1933with the Merck After the war ended he was Do.'tot.a.ggi.g-wvJ. era pee 11IrI..H.to..w.nr.top ,
the Orange County Board of MAN SOUGHT FOR BRUTAL are removed prior to the load- Institute from 1933 to 1936. and sent to Frankfort Germany wherehe I that eo io' 4,. -
Public Instruction. the National ing operation. After being lowered chief of clinical the Chief Surgeon'sStaff _aoMLi.g.o.q tiro.l--"atl eIlnI
and served
MURDER OF GIRL: A married laboratory on
Conservation Bureau and the Girls with criminal record who to the new foundations an X-ray service for the late Dr. as sanitary officer. Return- doM/Do r.-......dot nay M..... /
Scouts of America. j i man frequently a dated Rita Bouchard. buildings are completely repairedand Fred H. Albee Florida Medical ing to the United States last January RADIOREPAIR M a6ee.....}.r ds.gyt.....yl _.....
The traffic accident situation Is 17. pictured here was sought for repainted and are. being sold Center since 1937. | Mr., McEwan was placed in
growing more serious each year. I questioning concerning the bruital to war veterans. Dr. Maier is a member of the I the Central Office of the Veterans 6ERPICDSOUTHERN ,
Dr, H. R. Danford. representing murder. Miss Bouchard's body The job is half done it was said. I American Chemical Society the Administration as assistant to thei MUSIC MENTHOMULSIONMiBH&S : I
was found near the NarragansettPark with more than 50 homes already American Society of Bacteriolo-i i Director of Laboratories.In I
w.. .krr' l..t.rir race track with thirty knife i moved to Jacksonville. gists and a member of the Amer-I July he was assigned to the 132 N. Orate TeL MTI i

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lIercUata the Conservation Bureau told the

Be* Ovr Ftztv Display teachers.
u-41 N. IUDs M. ..... 2.3715FURNACES He advocated the complete .
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proper driving technique as a
FLOOR means of turning out more safe .
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AUTOMATIC CONTROLS J. B. Klrkpatrick. motor vehicle I

Orlando Appliance Co., Inc. Inspector also stressed the importance -
of teaching safe drivingas ..
210 N. Orange Ave. Phone 4537 a means of reducing the alarm- I Je.7
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necessity of maintaining automo- II I

Tired Kidneys biles at a high degree of efficiencyso
that parts failures. would not I
result in accidents. Printed Informals

Often Bring'Sleepless A motion picture depicting drivIng -
faults and how they can be
Clever little informals, ideal for notes,
corrected was shown.
Nights "thank you" invitations and
Judson Walker county school messages,
introduced the many other social uses, have your name
Doctor superintendent
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Of Uortubcaor blur*wttekfceip to parttytM. speakers pledging full support oft imprinted in raised letters that look and
Uoo4 aaa keep you baalta?. Wk*.they arc t! the in the schools.
tired and don't work right la U*aytina> program feel like fine engraving. Envelopes in-
many people have to ret BP.Bight FreoaeatfirimirriMiuirtiTnth Teachers attending the sessions cluded.
-==. illiui linrtth will Instruct driving classes in the
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sometime.chows thing wra.g 1ti
.ttta condition Toe kidney and lor..ht.Wq or bladder.Dra rrtfai.lrp.'t Beciact county schools. 100 for $1.98 200 for $3.75

When diaorderof kidacy fuctioa I
parautaSMiaoBotunattectoMaaimiBywrtlaad.it
Place your order now.
Office .aid.nc.ph.n.
nay ahw eaoae sagging backache.iWiaaartiaPama. 2.2CM .hon* 4339 <
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by nilliOB for.Cur (0 year. Ooaa'a gin IMP.M- J P.M. The Fashion and Quality Store Since 1894
California Cobblers the sandal
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driving three with having no
" drivers license one grand larceny',
I one bad cheekbone: breaking and

entering. and one drunk. EDUCED..rS

COURT 'MOUSE RECORDS
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Man-lave Ane-lwatiene
TTiniam Johnson Bowman Jr., 21. rettavram. -
J4O errata Lake Dr.. and E elra
B>s 'Revto. 27, 554 Piedmont
Jftnn Carroll Salliraa 21. Army Rt. 3.
'WI 1 Boa :387. sad Eunice Juanlta LathJey. 22. rvMARILYN
fmlt packer. Winter Oarden.Anns .
Henry Albert Jr.. la ttadent. l
RU 3.Box 439 and Eleaaor Mae Aaa.....
30 _etan. SOS CrystalJohn
Harold Tut... 32. atadent. 1274
E. .Concord! and Marilyn Patricia JioUabackv -

18.Arthur atadentJamea Ford.. ft. atadeat. 124 8.Thornton .
and Carol Elaine ContleUn, 22.receoUontst. I
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Elmo Emery Priest. 33. welder. 44Kaler. i CLEARANCE !
and. Emma Byrd Beadrix.; .. aaawtcb *- .
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Hear Weiabolti. ,12. Rt I. Box 107. ; "
.and Roaa Filer. IS. iunuekeeper.Chriatapher ; :' : '
Brook Pierpont Abop. M.electrician. > ,
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Clinton.. Teas. and Martha 7"
Clark Llaenb,. 63 Veual HY "
Royte Armon Henry. 24. Army Jonea- '
boro. Art., and Henrietta Elea Hendrtz.IV .
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dental auutant. U7 K. Bta WE NEED FLOOR SPACE
Herbert Hoover White 1$. packiac house. .
Le .burs.: and Sara Mae Watson 1C. MONROE. 18. OF
Rem. Tee.
200 Clarence N. anlne.Junior and Rocera Saltr Mea 30. UoTd.machinist.27 t, Hollywood worked as sitter.a commer-One J J. In order. to display the many new groupings and pieces recently purchased, it is necessary to
beaaticlaa 132 E. MarieL i cial model and baby .
Hobart Briaeoe Bailey 31. Armr. Klaca- I she went to "baby sit" at'' .
port. Tenn. and Barbara Anne BU er Ca1ter. night :', drastically reduce many items now in stock.
27. secretary San Juan HoteL -I I the home of a movie talent scout. > .' '

: .Kenneth Pa. and Lawrence Elizabeth Plate Hamilton.32. Army 2$.Derrr. Sea You guessed it-now she's got a / -': :. ._ ",,,,,,- .
retarr. Oladatone Apt* contract with 20th CenturyFox.M .
Edwin T. Smith 28 aleamaa. Daytona -I : &
Beach and Juno Johnatoa OrUfia. 32.> '
aecretary. 403 E. Concord. .f Katherine CLeesebroueh..anal MODERN
: Clifton Ben HinkeU 31. 140 K Oraac report, estate el Richard Edwards SALE
aDd Elizabeth Addielruna Kemp Parker.22. '. ORIGIXAL
William HayM Strlck Snd. 35. laleiaaaa. Wlj;Un4 BreneouB Bl.nkM hlB et aL PRICE
Altamon Bfcrlnii. and Allc RuUlaaforc. flask report a\a\a of Albert it Snn : :, PRICE BEDROOM GROUPING
}. ;31 j Babut. o*.
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Raaaen A.kaHHn ScErtooto Chancery.... P. B. trY.... et .r lri HnraDhrej. LoU .Roork.J. Ronrk.annual report. state Sofa-Aqua damask down cushion _.. 425.00 $298.00
aL _niet title. J. Thomas Gurney. petition for order Regency -;- -- In Bleached Maple
Harry 1C Brush TI Edna: Brash dlTorce flf partial distribution. eitaU of Rosen: J.
Beatrice Turner Fletcher vs. Richard A. House.Inv. 149.50

:Pletcner. divorce County ........'. Court Petition.*and for app totters. state of of cuardianshlp.Ella: K. Wood et- Chinese Chippendale Sofa-Natural tapestry .--...:.---.-----::...---- 215.00 Vanity, Chest, Bed & Bench 259.50
Petition for order of partial diitrlbntioa.SUMMER .
--- tat oX Albert TboroburcImtrvnwnt* Filed ')n nfl Were 325.00--now +-.... ... _..

I William 8. Littleton et u to George L. Lawson Sofa-Blue damask !. .....: .. 375.00.
Brnner et ux. wd (10 --- ---- -
John M Holdridte et ax to Winter Park With Twin Beds and Night Stand 298.00
Fed. S... and Loan Aim.. mtc S350O
Emma: 6 Ahrenxfelder al to A. H. 149.50 Were 385.00-now .
Retener et a,.. wd. Duncan Phyfe Sofa-Wine floral tapestry .198.00 --
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Mrs Ella McCun Welsh to John NHoldrtdge
F et ax. wd *10
DISTRESS Barn Gainer et ax to George W. Wright 139.50
IT et u tots (280O Duncan Phyfe Sofa-Multi-striped _.________.._.._.._.__._.____...__..._ 198.00
Hose Turner et ux to Tint list Boat
Winter Garden mtf S260
e John A. Davies et al to Frank Pratt. 250.00
IJ I apl wd S10Stockton.. Louis XVI Sofa-Blue-Down seat and back ._ .. 50.oo LAMPS
p't Whatler. Darin and Co. to -a ------
toleit RFC Mtc Co., assign mtg S10
City of Orlando to George Round et u. 99.50

f deed $10.Arthur.Rafner to Georg W. Lord et ax. Lawson Love Seat-Floral print .._-_. 159.50 Boudoir and Living Room Lampsin

it causes When aunpl something diarrhea jonv..ten,,taka-atx*&. opt Ellen wd (10 M Parkinson et vie ,to Lena U 00 many types, colors and sizes.

PEPTO-BISMOL. Rcctmuoeodod Roll A. T.wd Barder(10 et M to Walter L. War Modern 3.Section Sofa-Rose-figured tapestry 285.00 198-
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laxative,non-alkalina,pleaaanttaitIng. r. Elmer Hoeaulst et BX to Leslie A.

Brings frntlo relief-help* ra- Jlrb.rd Partwood et a.Co.... mtl Ie C.14200.K. Howard et al. 3-Pc. Modern Sectional Sofa and Matching Chair-Green.___ 214.00 119.50
taM gas formation. r....good and s SEVERAL ANTIQUE LAMPS
does food Ak your druggist for'Pa'TOBISMOL Peter T. Hendricks et u to Frank U. .

,'II When your itomach PeU L et A.mtc nx.Leathers sm(10 et nx to Parkwood' Co.assign .. Lounge Chair-Blue damask. ______. __.-:______ 149.50 89.50 Originally 120.00 to 275.00

upaet"A Homnca ntooocr Sam Stolta- et BX to Acheson Stewart NOW 37.50 to 75.00
wd (10 89 50
Alien A. D.et .Johnston.... claim et of al lien to(1155 Milton.75L. .'Brers Pillow back Lounge Chair-Blue and wine stripe_.._. ..____ 15950
M. Waiters et BX to Charles R. Smith '
I I[i et BX. wd (10 109.50 .
D. MacManus et nx to First Nat.
666 EASESw Bank Ernest Winter Garden mtc (8000 Lounge Chair-Grey and rose tapestry ____..____.__._.______.__ 139.50 .
w J. L. Keller et BX to Alton Maddox et
BX, wd (10U .
A. Grimes et ax to First Nat. Bank 125.00
COLD MISERIES Winter Garden mtx (700 Modern Green Club Chairs -----.-----_.-.-....: -.----- ___.. 189.50 '
Charles Henry Smith et ux to Wallace ; SOFA BEDS
Howard Thurston. wd (10K. '
H. Perdue to Joseph B. Herman ct aL '. 65.00

jQ/ wd.(10J Hugh. Nicholson et BX to Jackson E. Lawson Chair-Blue-White fringe.___.__S___ 115.00. .--.;:; :';.;-:; ";. ,
Stewart et ox. wd S10. ,:>. In a large vanetyof colors
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et BX:"w.Yf.:: Modern Lounge Chair-Green and brown 149.50.
Helen Hayes BUlrtta et Tlr to Gar W. tapestry -- -- {" .?J
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c James Asher et BX to Richard ScoOr '

ACTIONSTARTSBtfSSEOREUEF1 et BX. ruts C. Rubies(3250Reary et u to James .Asher Modern tufted back Chair-Lipstick rod tapestry .._. ..... 159.50 119.50 : '
ft wd (10 -
I City BX. of Winter Park. cancellation of lien now 75.00
First Fed. 8av. and Loan Aun. to Fred 9.75
(JUST6 Wen11ll.... et BX. sm. Maple Cricket Chairs._.__ ,.....___.__ _____ 14.50
I Russell C. Keen et BX to Parker C.
SECONDS! Morton. wd (10
Jute Vana to Hollls Harris wd (10 75.00

Bra-ell : Club Chair-Past 1 stripes ._m______.__.__._____.__..__.____..__ 125.00
C. E. Myers to Eulalee.Rlchsrdson. wd
GEIEAFTER HEADi a4E'STUFFEDurNOSE (10 .
C. T. Toss et ax to M. M. Taylor et ax.Iwd Modern Occasional Chair-Blue : 99.00 69.50
$10.Ray tapestry _____________
W. Rods et al to First Nat. Bank.
MINOIt TH OAT ifc > t Sets (43MM CHENILLE BEDSPREADS
Y. McMillan et nx to Ray.W Rome 59.50
(IRRTATION-COUCIj x' i7 .t al. wd $1.Jefferson Spinet Desk-Mah.ogany .____._.______-____._._..._..r._ .._..-...... 85.00
8t. Church of Christ to E. U.
OUETDACOLO-- Reynolds et nx mtcE. Assorted Colors
'MUSCtItARACHESCfO'Uo.prFEEUN&- M Reynolds to L L. Bond et al. ..m.A. 375 00
4 D Coleman et BX to Dan Colemanet ,Sheraton Secretary-Reproduction mahogany and satinwood -. ....L. 650.00 i
( .. wd (10 I
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L M. Reynolds' et ax to ;Jefferson St. Formerly .95 to 17.95
Church et Christ wd. -
N-ie'- Jones et BX to Rosalie Elixsbeqi Sheraton Fhp.top Console Card Table in mahogany .. .. 198.00",00 Size
-- -- --- -- U Full Twin
pent fool with colds! Get famous w wd $10.L or
M. to Georg Z. Reltselet
grxenptum-typ. 666 for fast relief .... wd Fonberg 10. .

from cold miseries See why 666 has et John... wd Heina(10 ., ax to Harry J. Mann Cocktail, Lamp 6' End Tables, mafio 9 an Y-________._____.:..::_ 24.50 17.50 .A
million
of of cold
been the favorite .
Edward Horchhelmer to Allied Weldingand 8 95
suffer*rs in 45 years! Try'666*-to I, Mtc Co. executor deed (300E. now .

day.: Caution: Take only as directed..I i iCD tlSOO. K. Richards Co.. adm et and al to guardian Central deed FlaBroadcastlnc 3Pc. Stick Reed Sunroom Group ...__.__-:....:.._ _____:_..:.... 379.50' 259.50 .

COLD Walter E. Smith et ux to Albert 8. '

PREPARATIONSTablets I Knight John M et aL Blanton wd (10 et liS to Lloyd F. Gshret 3Pc. Stick Reed Sunroom Group .___..__... ... 298.00 219.50 -
t nx wd. sm ..
J. L. Drrnnen et u to J. CL Haley elax Q'-
or Liquid leas (1I -
Tnfe trait ae,. I I I ala bring.t ...Uulard. mtc aasoi Hurst_ et nx to W. L C... 3Pc. Stick Reed Sunroom Group .. <.. ..- --=-- 225.00 175.00 ALUMINUM
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1I 1I I Home Bar-Red leatherette m _. ...____.__._____.__..__._ 119.00 59.50 to beautify your lawns

I ;; 3-Pc. Victorian Group-Settee and 2
32 50 54 50
Wrought Iron Chalrs-Pompelan green._______...:___...___._ 54.50 Chairs-Was 79.00nowMany .
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Wrought Iron Chaise-Pompeian green .-... _.. 6950 44.50 .. other beautiful pieces, benches, chairs:

e and tables, reduced up to one-third.

Modern Dinette Breached birch-blue .
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UnfailinglyAccurate Table tops and chair seats .. 174.50 135.00
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,,; BOUDOIR CHAIRS & LOVE SEATS

DRASTICALLY REDUCED. COME IN AND SEE THEM TODAY. '
Every prescription brought

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of doctor's .
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No Exchanges or Refunds. '
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WE HAVE FILLED OVER 500.000 SINCE WE 'd

WERE ESTABLISHED IN 1881 _:= A 4 CHROME & LEATHERETTE


THREE REGISTERED PHARMACISTSON i:, .- :..'' for office game or sunroom

I. DUTY s ,i- SOFAS reduced from 99.50 to 79.50

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Orlando's Oldest and MOlt Complete Drug Store with '
69.50
LOVE SEATS reduced from 84.50'.0
the Finest Fountain and Lunch Service: in the City w
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CHAIRS reduced from 5950 to_ 49.50


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Stock Leaders II Closing Stock I II by I _


I I COTTON CLOSING' I changed; Brazil trl. .50.. Bnchanged; Jka-
State
STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHTNEW M.... Migll
YORK (lAP Sales. deaino grins ases )(f. __ u 20 77. sold Daily Citrus Auctions NEW YORK AP> HaMin firm the entire Ice 20.". Bnchanted.
Bomestab KiD I 38 _an. gotten future* finished at
Turn and Mt chamo .4 the. IS meet activust.cks Hoaatoa OIl ___ 111 1941 up to .
Upward yesterdayt ORANGES Tuesday' best levels a WJO ta *J." a 1
Parnd ..... 1 1W as .... HlldaoD Motor 83 1I% P15la 56. Mess, Ta_ I Iat. bate 9F99T tile .rwi wa ctaaa.FerMstant .
Allaahany. :25.70 $* dawn 1/. .ssns w..beI id RI' Calli t/$ Bw I SHOW CASESWe
rniu:1a: mill. buying H* the Meae ....
NY Cantral moaljlV* ..sws ... Central 81 2IV. -
DOW-JONES AVERAGES I United M & M 1L0 ITVs u. %.. Interlako lroll 33 13' 1.15 CITY-Market term Can A. csrs Av Cars Av Can A* Car ,. manth helped ,... market and inducedfurther i have new Columbus chaw
NEW YORK (UM I Pens Pew & U 11.300 20V4 u. V*. Int Hanater :Ie 79'.1 .85 Sew York City irregular) 23 2 60 22 3 21 15 3 73a 12 1M covering. ky ahart CommiuranKawja
.... Ch. Unian Car 1S.8O4. Ins lUck CaD 41 36', Boston lover) _U__ 1 J 8J 2 275 2 3.11 5 397. 1 160 demand was in evidence in the new I cases in stock.
Macks Le. Met .
: Oee* MioK. .. ; __ 4.00 (hither _____ __ .. ... c...> mvfith influenced ky: the tight cot
14 ln..% 1M-M laXlf 11.44 1IX2 ... .JM $ WillIe Ovar ISAM ink 4* Ins raper tJ 49'. Pittsburgh 2 2 92: 3 3 836 few 2.20 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
.. Gatt Mat 15400 61*. ua 11,1.C.nnltli lot Salt -_- S7h Chicago (irregular _n__ 328ft .. ... 8 3 86e 3 1.95 ten supply situationBroker
: n J xi M.26 M-sa 51. eff tjs ... Sax 11-SOa J +*n V.. Ins T.1 k Tel = .: 174- : : .80 St. Louis improved 2 328 .. ... 4 3.99 reported there was a growing
15 UtlM u'" 17.16 36.aJ 3%.n Off OJSSM ...... that tile next cattail .... will Mtko I Slade-Booth
Show Case Co.
_
*f.k. *.... C05 CSA4 H.." eft ...1 Cnst Matan 12soa 1V4 w V. 2.75 Detroit higher .. 2 3.46 7 3 84a 3 2.07 larva anouvh to krino any material. iifcraaio ,
.*d.: Cleae KM Ch. Hua* Car 12JOO TV* wp 4ia. Jobna-KaDYiDe I 1311 3.65 Baltimore (irregular) ====, = 3 241 2 317 J 381s 1 1.55 in rome.. stacks which 116-.Recd St TeL 2-0271
285 are currently
46 ......* _ _IM.TQ. ..ngfc. Caium Cam .& El 12UOO llVi M. Jones Jn L 8U 13 3771 : Totals 1 37 2.67 26 3.20 3 83 20 1.84: working down to their lowest level I
Curti Puk ta.lstrdl.tgainhrdltgawk| Market term.: a-lower; steadyTa: e-higher.
19 lat Hail _______.112.31ff ..l 3 K in Is years.
10 hid Rails "' .31 u. ...22I. Nash Kel 10. 90 11 u. gao Cit,. South 15 n'. 1.00 GIAPIIRUITinns09 Tha situation in cotton textiles remained .
Ut.ls -_ _i__ ..107.77 sf1 S... St L San Fran 10,400 10'M. KenDeGOU Cop all 499 "" 2.25 I ) strong with further selling of good reported .
1O iMta _104.70 i.i.ch. __ Wrtda ind Rl> foe tile second ,,,.
: Krvcer Co ___ I 48'j. quarts and into
stocks
YORK AP)
Transactions in stocks me* in averagea JaW Closing I.1.ahlgfl. 3.50 Bid. Boxes WlreM Boxes i I third .....rter. This accounted for part oftho CHILDREN
*tsda-4ndu.tlls. 9,1OO; rails. II.- Hd*. Hia.li Law Last! C K '7 11". Can A* Cars. Ait Car A' _eod mill.. demand in futures. ?
MOi irtilitiaa MJOOi total 241.'". ACT-Bria Mot 6 lOis 10V 10V Lsclede Gas 67. I New York City Irregular -- 2 1.72 3 2 23 England entered t". market. for an im-
I IMA.KETS 1: Boston irregular) ___ . __..
Air Reduction 42 38S ;37% 37S LIb..o-P Glass == 574. I .75 1 206 _.f_ quantity of cotton for April-May
______ . __ .
Pittsburgh _
Alaska Joneaa 24 5H 5% 5% u i with
AT A GLANCE Allechany Corp 254 S 5% SHAll I Libby.Lto..tt)A( NI(A i =, 32 2 94'10'.. i 2.75 Chicago _nnU___ __ __ h u_ __ _. 1 i shipment**47 futures at prices New York.I to ko. based on May NIGHT COUGHS

NEW TOOK lAP. *. Lsd SU -= 31 46% 45% 45% Lockheed Arc 32 11.. 6.00 Baltimore St. 1.ouls Cower---)-====-==-==== _. === = .-.. U h_ I I Open High Low Last
STOCKS: lrrlularl. h.gh.r; mM.rs III Al Cheat Or 4 179 178 179 When
lAew' Inc coughing of colds
4 U 263. : i Totals ________ ______ ... 2 172 4 VV 2.19 Men 31M 3US 31.77 UJO-JS up S1-S spasms anso
AUis-Cn Utc 26 38Va ;38 38% -- -- ?
; : 5- .... .. Lori1lard I II') :5 21 May 30.'S 31.30 3O.S 31.2 -30 up S -51 alarming, Penetro brings
.OND i .. rail* -. Am Airlines ____. M 9% 8% 9V* I 3.50 GRAPEFRUIT com
-- COTTON: Firmj mill fcuyiiio aaairut II inned.Mmi July 2S.9O 39.39 39.9O 2939 up 5, fort and restful
I An Canto & Bad 39 7% 73. 4% encourages sleep.
__ Mack TnaeQ __ 14 5441 2.00 CITY .. Oct. 26.47 27.00 26.47 26 13-27.OO UP -5CDec.
Market Term
textile -
r- .d. Rrv
I Am Can __ 4 96 95V. 96 Texas8td.
-- -- : Mac: (RBI ____ It 39'. 25." 26.30 2$." 26. 9-30 ... 44-45
CHICAGO I Am Car & Pdy __ 3 54% 64% 54% 7.50 Boxes Wtrebd Boxes Boxes
WMEATl Mixed; prefit catkin*. Ij Am A For Pow 33 6% 6% 6% Marine Midland 10 $4 New York City: (irregular ________ __ 2 2.38 20 2.82 .- V March (UM*> PENETROSRUB
CORN; Mixed, ; profit j Am&PP2PZ..17 23% 23 23% Maehall Field 211 33', 2.50 Boston irregular) _VV_____ 1 2.42 25.55 2S.7 2S.SS 25.ISn up 44
OATS Steadyt .f CCCkuy- Martin (OL) -- 12 3241 Pittsburgh _____ __ ... Middling spot 32-Mn up SI.
: Pr.s0.ct ._ Am LocomotiTc 37 29% 28% 28% I 8.00 h 1 229
: Am Pow Lt __ 92 14% 14% 14% Wid-Cont PM 3 38 I Chicago ___ __ .. ... 6 201 N-nomi..1. !
HOCiS From 2S. cents higher. 2S .: AnsR.d5t8..Se '16',. 16% 16% M -K.n-Tnaa 10 '%' i 5.00 St. Louis h____ __ ___ .. .. 4 1.97 I
MOlltcom W.rel 42 82. Baltimore __ ___ __ NEW ORLEANS ao..ed _
gnats lowort
tow $23. 2 2111
._
Am Roll Mill 32 36% 36V. 36% V .
1.00 V ,
Murray Corp 32 143, .__ hero ....t.rd..1"e.. ."" mill. buy- :
CATTLE Acitva aJttf .t.901 ta 29 Am Bmelt B 18 58 57% 57% -- Totale V h_ 2 2-38 2J 2.78 11 2.02
canto hiohen ta* 26.5O. Am SU Fdrs ___ 8 38 35% 35% N !I I ins and firm short Sl.M to covering. Closing pricos, JOHNS-MANVILLE
aLSO bale
were higher.Open
Am Buzar Ref 3 43% 43% 43% Naah-gelriDator ....10'7 1I ._$l.65 1 High i Law a Class I i
NEW YORK tAP) Selected Am tmt Tel 38 174% 174 174% M., 1rliDea 10 141. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK March 31.7 32.23 31.71 31.1J2 M ForTRANSITE
mTobB n_ __ 9 84% 83% 83% Nat Auto ?lb .____ 13% 1.15 CHICAGO AP) Salable hoes up
9.000 total
: 3U8
stock market leaders with fljotors i Am Viscose _.1_ 12 56 S5S 58 5451 Bicslt .._____ : 32 : j I .. 1.35 July.1113O.IJ___ 2..,. 29.32 2555 30.2 29.31-12 31 7-2a up 4J SO I' : PIPE
In front reached new highs since Am Wat Wks -?/-- 73 18% 17% 17% N.t Can .__ 20 13'"' 1S.OOO; Irregular; weights 240 poulld.do..n Oct. ._ V 2C.S1 2 .M 2*.SO 21.35 u. 34
Am Woolen jl_, 35% 35% N. Cash Ro. 25 2.00 opened steady up
-- j 63 36% 40" : ; elostoc weak to 25 Des. 25." 26.20 211.,.
last August In yesterday's proceedings i I Anaconda Cop 4 I 40 41 40% 40.% N. Dalrr: PTod 35 34 rent lower heavier weights moderately 21.25815hid. : Grove IrrigationSOLAR
while most of Monday's I I Armour Co .,,._ 43 14% 13% 13 Nat DlStlllen 69 2191 I I I
I AlaS Dry Good! 14 19% 19% 19% i N. Orp.um: 1. 25 active full steady: to 25 cents higher ,
sprinting rails slipped a shade AIeSTASP'lO, 94% 93% 94% > Hat Le.d __ 21 3S sow steady: good and choice 180-240 NEW FOREIGN EXCHANGE:
YORK V
Coast Line 54% Nat Pow a. U ___ FOR (AP Clocinc: foreign ex-
and light profit taking restrained At 11 54% 54 1.8 1% .
pound barrow and gilts 24.60-25.00; very chance rates follow (Great Britain in dollars .
All Ke ,
many plvotals. I I Atlas % 24% 24% N T Central RR.. _22. 22 I | x.iQtne, little above 24.75 later; 240-29O pounds Canadian others dollar in cents in):New York .. I
It was the sixth successive iil- t1cfrgorpt'-87s 6% Ii. N Y Cbi A 8t T 8 1111 : ,itotal 240024.75210350 pounds SO-24.00' : 4 open market I
cent discount ,
,! S I IB.ld 10 Am Aviation :. 14 10% I | | I I 12| 285 per or 96.00 U.S. CHlta.ulI"b.nled.
.
lion-share full day although slow- Loco 28 23% 22% 22% !. North Amer Co ___ 21 3H. I ; 166 popular price 20.SO en good and cholre I
/ I Europe: Great Britain *4 02%. eft H of I
dowrts were frequently after an I I Bait Ohio 65 *a% 24 15% 16iBanudall Northern o Pacific 58 21% I I I ;| I" I 251| 80 8 sows Salable: few rattle smooth 11.000.lightweights total 9.000 up :to salable 21 00. > a cent; France Francl .8414. unchanged;

active opening and the majority of I Bell AIm Oil-== 4 4 24V.17% 16% 24V.164, ,I Ohio OU ______ 14 23% t ... ; 'calves 1.000. total 1.000;25 fed steers ..ndbe1fen Sweden Franc(Krona:) cowl 27 85.23.40.unchanged nnrhanced.: Switzerland I P.O.8.siZ4sPtMos._ ., _.

extreme gains running to 2 pointsor I, Bendix AriaS __ 17 38% 37% Omnibus Corp 3 13% weath active eratra; strong de to stimulating cents higher innuence Latin-Ameriea: Argentina free 24 45, un '
sero -
BestPoods..___ 9 24% 24% 38"1 Otis Elevator: 2 31% I -
so backed away at the close. I Beta Steel ___- 31 33 98 Owens-111 Class 6 78% !: average-choice Colorado red steers
Steels came to the fore approachIng Blaw-Knox ___ 30 19% 19% 19" P i topped at 26.SO; few choice loads 25 5026 -
00 choice mixed yearlings 24 50 bulk
__ 20 2O Pac: Gas & O 3 42 I ; ;
20% % % :
the final hour but lost mostof Borden Boeing Airplane Co. __ 15 18 44V. 43% 44 I IBor.W.rner 'Pae Tin Cons ---- S 5% I\ steers 19 50-23 50: most heifers 18 50-21 00;
u ::: : and best heifers 22 50; cow and bulls strong: SYSTEMS Now AVAILABLE
their advance. Declines were 12 45 1'. 474. "'. -acksrd Motor .259 6% f fPan .
... ,IBr.nlfl Ant Airways .. 51 12% Total most canner and cutter cows 8 75-10 50:
AirY 13 12 12"12.%
plentiful. Transfers of 1,340.000 I Param Pictures __ 43 6 a.m.: good cows to 1550: weighty: bulls 15.15dO..II
294. {
Brlsss Mg 28 39% 38% 38%
shares _=== |: Park Utah Con M 3 4% I 1 16 ; vealers 27 OO down: weather against We have Just received of
compared with 1,360,000 BudS Co 77 144. 14V. 14% Parke Davis ..12 40.. 2 2 much activity: in stocker market; very a sUDPly Heavy Duty Tanks,

the day before. II Burlinc Buloya Watch Mills n__ 44 13 36 20% 35 19%% 36 19' Patino Mines h_n_ 6 12% 3 few stockers here. Copper Tubing and Fittings. Place your order at once,
; 1 1 Salable sheep 2.500. total 2.500; active;
___
Penney
JC)
: 21 48% ,
The
Associated Press 60-stock Burr Add Mack: --- 30 15% 15% 15% Penn-Cent AIr _h_ 7 14% | : -none. slaughter lambs 25 cents higher; good and se we can take care of your needs.

composite was off .1 of a point at I I CaIlICPacklnl 1Cmllahaa 1 Penn BR __u_h h__ 69 26% I I ,....111.. choice wool lambs 22.65-23.25; latter price
S 29% 2934 29% tops for around four loads; deck 12O-lb *
Pepsi-Cola _______ 24-hour and
77 Estimates
6'1.9. first dip since last 304. i Repairs
Thursday.The Z-Lead 7 34. 3% 3% I Pf Chaa : natives included at Inside price: lowergrades
market Can Dry: 0 Ale 19 16',. 16% 16% ; ixer. & Co 9 6O .. VAXE TIIlx.G-Jo. Anne Clark. 3 I scarce: sprinkling medium wool
was broad. 1,036 Issues Phelps Dodge u ___ 43 4091 Hot Water With No Fuel Cost
14
Canad Pacific 81 14% % 14V.
j I lamba 21.6O- _
registering. Of these. 412 rose Carrier Corp -__._ 18 18% 18% 18..1. j Phils PIles Elec Corp __ 27 26% .*. Mixed blows oh the pinwheel of newfangled I 98 Ib clipped lambs with No. 1 and No. 2
11 27
and 399 felL Case fro Co -- 12 37% 37 37% Philip Morris-== % I Citrus kite shown at model in- but mostly.: No. 2 pelts 21.50; slaughter
9 42% 3
I CaterpU Tractor10 63%. 62 63V.Cclaneea Phillips Pet 16 5891. dustri show in Chicago. Kite has I ewes scarce; odd head Iota steady: at 8.25
3 Solar Inc.
General Motors started on a Cora -_u 31 2011% 20"I -. I lIown.i D'Orsay-Craig System
Pressed BU Car 48 15,. 1 __
Cent Foundry: 15 13% 13 13 u set of rotating vanes that furnish
-
3,000-share block up 1 1-8 and Procter ft Gam _. 9 63 2 .
Cerro de Pas 9 33 33 33 _
finished with a net gain of 1 7-8 Certain-Teed Prod- -- 29 19% 19%. 19% I ICbes Pub See MJ _u__ 29 24% 2 1 enough lift to take it up 500 feet. -I Smaglig 5. V 1808 S. Bumby St. Phone sn9LUMBERBUILDERS'
I Pullman ___ "
16 60 I 6 7 --
"
& Ohio __ 21 52% 51 52% u
at 61 3-4. ,
Chrysler retained Pure Oil _
an Ch M Bo A Fae 30 14% 13% 13% I II n 14 23% 1 2
advance of 3-4 at 99 1-2 Willys- Chi A NW 43 24% 23% 24 2 FLORIDA FRUITS
I
= I Radio Corp _,____ 76 9% Yard.
orp-= :
I Chrysler 57 991s 98% 99% JACKSONVILLE AP) The Federal-8t
Overland 3-4 at 11 7-8. Continental Rsdio-K-Orph __ I!
C.LT. Finan 10 48 47% 48 4 15% 3 mix 1
1 ; === |' Reining Rand __ 20 40% Market News Service early New York nar-
Motors 12 at 11 1-2 and Packard Coca-Cola 1 153%. 153% 153% i
Colsate-Palm-P __ 12 48% 47% 48 '' Ro the day's most active stock Col Fuel at Ir --. 58 15% 15". 15% Revere Cop Br ._ 20 23%. 1 Lima Beans bushels 6.5O-7.00 poorer I SUPPLIESFraming
1-4 at 6 7-8. I Colum O El _-124 11% 11% 11% ,, Reynolds: Too B .. 27 44 .. j :
SBafeway 3.50-400.
Coral Credit 10 46% 45% 46 I :: quality: I II
Ahead were U. S. Steel. Beth- Com Solvents ==_ 2 25%: 25 25 I : Stores 15 22% I, live I Snap Beans bushels Valentine 4 OO-4 SO.I LOWER
V lehem. Youngstown Sheet. Goodrich I Comvlth Edis h_ 46 31".. 31% 31% Savage Arms ___ 6 11 : average I poorer quality and condition 1.503V5O.I I''COST' LOANS Sheathing Siding
Opmwlth & South .138 3% 3% 3% Scbenley: Distil 38 46% j | Installment Loan Deg
Montgomery Ward. Sears 'Cons Edison 28 29% 29% 29% Sears Roebuck 65 37% : or !i bountiful few 2.50. poorer 175200. plenItiTuls !'. FIRST NATIONAL BANK 4':1 flooot Ceiling Flooring Door
Roebuck. Woolworth. International :Cons Vultes __ 51 16% 16 1'''. Bervel Inc __ 12 16% case: 300-400. poorer quality 150250. :
..Cont Bak __ Shell Union OU 17 29% I i-t Windows
16 19 18% 187.Coot large i:iwax few 350-400. poorer few 1.25-2.00. Frames
.
I
I Harvester. American Can 29 43% 42% 42% Simmons Co 9 40% 34 Ibs.. '
Telephone. American Can West- Coot Motors _127 11% 11% 11% Sinclair OU ___ 12 16 .. be Florida"' Belles few 3 00. I,
\ 'Cost Oil Del _.32 40V. 3939 Eocony-Vacuum --- 77 15 Csbbage 50 pound sacks Domestic Round
'WI Inghouse. Johns-Manville. East- ,Corn Euh..... .80 59% 59% 59% SouAmO&p 6 4% I 1 typo .75-1.50. few 1.25-1.50. Red type 2.00- AVIATION Our Prices Are Right We Deliver V
Sou Cal
Edison:
man Kodak. U. S. Gypsum. North- Corn Products6 73% 72 72V. -= 8 32% : ::=: I : Florida
Southern 225.Celery
Pacific 54 45%
Crane Co 12 39V. 38% 38f : 16 Inch crates Golden Resrt fair
era Pacific and Chesapeake & .,Crucible Steel __ 17 :34V. 33V. 3341 Southern Ry: n. 2J.7 Mit.i to good quality: 2'a dozen 3.5O-4 25. 3 dosen JNcURN"E
Ohio. Curtis Publish 114 13V* 11% 12.... Southern Ry: Pf __ 4 74% Dox. 3 50-4 50. 4 dozen 3 25-4 SO 6 dozen OSCEOLA LUMBER MILLS
: Curtlss-Wright =.: 44 6% 6 6 Sparks Wlthing ___ 13 6% I : .54 325-400. 8 dozen 2.75-3.50. 10 dozen few
Fractional casualties included Cutler-Hammer 2 29 29 29 Sperry: Corp =:__ 20 22% .49 1.50-3.00, Pisral 2 dozen 3V754O0, 2% An .
of
types for aviator
Santa Fe, N. V. Central IMondaysliveliest I. 0'D.tr. ,i Spiegel Inc ____ 28 16'". \ .43 ,, dozen 3 i5-4 OO. 3 dozen 3 25-4.OO. 4 dozen coverage any P. O. Box 787 KISSIMMEE. FLA. Phone 5324
I te Co __ 35 38% 38% 38%. ',Stand Brands ____ 15 36% | UP .58 2 SO-3 25. fI dozen 2 00-2 79. 8 dosen 2 OC- explained by as ex-Navy flier.
mover and today's third I Del A Hudson _-_._ 7 4 43% 43.. Stand Oil Cal __ 10 57 : : 250. few 150. 10 dozen few 2 SO. few 1.50. World-wide prompt claim service
most active. Pennsylvania railroad Del Lack: & West 56 in% 'Ii 10 Stand OU Ind -__ IS 41% > Celery Cabbsge lugs 125150.; 16 quart
Detroit Edison __ 25 27 27 21 .1'Stand OU N J __ 39 68% : : baskets .75-1 00
Southern Pacific. .._ Stand OU Ohio __ 35 26% I ... I
Southern Dist Corp-Seac 41 17% la 17 Cartons Dandelions' 1 bushel crates 325. bush- HALL BS.AGENCY
_ _
Railway. Great Dome Mines ___ 2 19%. 19% 19 I!td SU Sprg __ __ 17 16% .62 :lets :200. -
Northern. I
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Republic Douglas Aircraft 10 72% 71 73 terling Drug 5 46'. .56 I Eggplant bushels 3 00-3 50. few 3.75 'I-
Steel. U. S. Rubber. United Dresser Indust 21 21 Stokely-Van Camp 4 21% I condition 1.50-250. '
37 % 21 .50 I poorer quality and fOUNDED 1913 --------
Aircraft Western Union duPont de M 13 190% 189.. 1110Eal'n Stone ft Webster ._ 20 16% I up 66 i Escarole bushels fair quality and
"A, Con- C I Studebaker Corp .. 100 24'. I : .de A I small 200275.. few SOfoo. poorer .75-1.25.
solidated Edison North American Air L ___ 17 1941 1941 n.. Sunray: 011 n__ 15 8.*. I : I Endive-Chicory bushels 1.25-1: 50.I I 112 N.
Anaconda. Eastman Kod.k __ 4 229's 228 228 Sunshine Mng __. 6 12% : Lettuce bushels Big Boston best 2 00. Orange Tel. 5189
Kenn ott. Alleghany EI Power a. L' __ 74 18s 1. 18 S.IICo _____ 3 331s I IT I', 2 50. poorer' 1 00-1.25 Eastern crate Ro- I 11 FLORIDA OFFICES
Corp.. General Electric and Stand- Emerson EI 54 __ 7 14% 13% 13% Dres'dI msme '.2:>-2 OO. I
ard Oil INJJ.Individual an. Pull SKYIc n 15 32 31". 31'4 i I Texas Co 8 59% I : & Dra'n I I' Limes' Persians 1 5 bushel cartons 1.50-
Erie .- 4$. 1241 12.... 12% Texas Gulf Sulph S 52% I .60 '; 175. 1,5 bushel cartons 250300. THE INVESTOR
railway bonds did FRB Tex PacC a. 0 __ 6 24% !: I' Peas bushels few 4 23.I SERVING
better.. Cotton Farna Tel & Had ._ S 8* 5 ... Te. P.c.L Trust '' 3 l' I .60 Peppers bushels. California Wonders 4 5O- Small[Loans 01-
futures rallied and I Firestone T & R 7 58% 58114 58". .:Tide Wat A OU -. 10 19% l: l: j .55 I 5.00. smaller size 3.75-425. poorer, qualtty .- '
t ended up $2.20 to $2.95 a bale. At Fllntkote ___ 10 36 35 35'- 1 Trana-America = 2 14% '' .47 : 2 SO-4 00. othrr Bullnose types: 4 00- 1'1 -
Chicago wheat Florida Pow __ 10 17 Vs n n i: Trans & West Air 12, 20'. II'r.j 35 .. few 4.75-500. smaller size 00350. : Real Estate
was
p up 1-2 to off 6 TrJ-Cont Corp nn_ 24 7% bed: I poorer duality: 2.50-3 50.
3-4 of a cent a bushel. corn down Gen flee S3 39'. 3914 39V Iwent C-Fox n___ 38 36% l to con 1 Potatoes SO pound sarks Bliss Triumphs fLJACKSONVUlf
==== U I U 6. One A 3 5O-3 75. I
1-8 to Oen Foods S 43' 43 43 sire Get quickly
up 3-8 and oats unchanged I Gen Motors152: 611. 60.i 614.' Union Bag &' P ... 22 32%. I Radishes 16 quart basketa Reds 2% eI..... money; ; on your
to up 7.8.Forward. Gen Pub UU1) _____ 69 16 15>. 16 1 Union Carbide nn_ 14 86, : for gen live ,ten .75-1.00. 0 house'-no red tape. Loans
Oillette Sat R ____ 12 JO'. 3OV. 3O'. Union Oil Cal nh_ 14 21'. Strawberries per pint irreeular qualityi :
;, leaners In the curb ,i Goodrich 21 6T. 67* 67H i I Union Pacific _n_ 3 134% i and condition 530. most sales on best ;made In Orange Seminole and
were American Gas, Creole Petro- i Goodyear T 07 R 24 56', 56': 964 i United Airlines .h 13 23 ;! around 2o-Z3. .Oscfola Counties.Florida .
leum. General I Graham-Paige Mot 64 5>. S'. 5HOt I United Aircraft: u 21 19% SqUash bushels Yellow 7.50-9 00. Coc -
Plywood. Pitney- '' Northn Ry: PI 8 49V 4S"-t 481* i United Corp 19. : Merrill I idles large size irregular quality: 2 00-3.SO. DAYTONA
t Bowes Ion a lifted Quarterly], St. I ejreyhound Corp ._ 28 36 U 35>. 354 United Fruit ... 39 49%. I Swish bushels Yellow 1.50-900. Coco- '
Drum Airc En 9 264 28'. 26V United Gas Imp u. 14 -23. 98 I I relies: large size irregular quality 2 003.50.N'.ls Credit Thomson & McKInnon have \ BEACH
Regis Paper and Textron. Turn- Gulf Mob at Ohio 27 I.... 131. I3', US Gypsum: .._ 17 lOt;;. 521... Chard 1'," bu..n crates 1.25. .
over here was 540,000 shares j[Gulf 011 !2S 62 Vi 611. 12Hart US Indus Chem ... 7 50% 30' I Tomatses logs Cal 5 50. pourer quality: served Florida irivestort for the
I versus H US, Rubber 31 55> _V 23'. 300. 6a1 $.00. poorer qll.UC7 250. C INVESTMENT CD. 26 Each Florida officeis 0
530.000 __===== : past yean.
yesterday. 8ch A 54 1 3641 3e 3& jUS Stel 96 784' .. 4'. I 21 W PINt ST ROOM I ORLANDO
wWalworth __ ll'. connected by private wire to BEUEAIR
Co .n 12 13%. 7H I GRAIN RANGE III .iess, C8I .! GrM TWalreNOTICE York
offices in New Chicago
t I I Warner.Bros Pick 48 17% 6 CHICAGO CAPI Our ,
West Ind Bug __ 4 33% __ 28V. Open Nigh Low Close --- -- Toronto and other financial and TAMPA
West Un Tel A WHEAT- I
?n 41 22% 30'.
AIR CONDITIONINGBy Welting Air Br ... 20 33% --_- 29'. ; March 217' 2191. 21'7 218l commodity centers for the handling ST. PETERSBURG
Westing Elee __ 79 27% : __ 10'. May V 210 ', 202' 20191 20194 r I of security: and commodity
White Motor ___ IS 88*. ._ iS's. l July V V 50'. 1 57': 1854. 1.869. IJ
Wilson at Co 11 14% I .. 39 i Se..t. 1.521. 1.834; 1.514. 1.8a orders.
Woolworth FW) _. 18 52% "" u 17ta I CORN- 1 Our Investment Research Department
Worthing P A M 6 67% 601 March V 1.32. 1.3J'2 1.3Z.. 13341 Tm4'cCf i PALM BEACH]
-CHRYSLER AIRTEMP- VTouncit 12". I M.r: u u: 1.31 1.31'.. J.301. 13194I supplies each Florida
Eh &' T _. 35 71 8'. I July: V J 29 129' 1.28' 1 299'. office with its studies and WEST
zZenith [ __ 193a V Sept. 1.26" 1.26. 12645 l.20's reports PALM BEACH
Radio __h_ '1 22>. 10 OATS- TO i i together with other statistical in-
PLAN TO AIR CONDITION NOW! Zonite Products ... 6 10% 1 13 Vi i March -__ .751' .'161. .7541 .'16.... LAUDERDALE
Approximate final total : ._ lUj i Mar: u_ __ .69's .69'. .69 ..69"" I formation.We FORT
000. --156: July: _u .62"a .62'. .62. ..6241Sopt. ELECTRIC BOND AND SHARE. invite you to avail yourself
STORE TRAFFIC 'INCREASES 1 __ 3Vs .6O3. .60 ', .1041 .603. MIAMI
DUN AND i 55. BARLEY- 'I of our facilities. MIAMI
CUSTOMERS SHOP NEW YORK IUP) Dun and __ 341 March U. 1.2. 1.18. 1.1844 COMMON STOCKHOLDERSYou
LONGER, BUY MOREIN daily weighted price index of 3O '1 __ 10'. Write for our Weekly BEACH
modities compiled for United :i __ 18V. July uu 2615 21.00 2615 2160
AIR COOLED STORES 32 average equals 100); __ I;,'. Sep ___ ;a.zo 2'.Cia 2t.20 3402 have vduMt rights V Stock Survey
Yesterday ---_-___.._,__ |. -_ 1SH Oct. V'V __ 2150Nov. I.
Monday Week ,___ 10 21.00 that will expire February .
ago

H. A. Year 1947 Month a high,ago. -i. ,, -i_) I_,__ __ ._? ,, :: :; handle 17. We all will details be for glad you.to I THOMSON & MSKINNON

Daugherly & Co. 1947 low (Jan 23) _____.-,__ DOWS i

INYESTIGATt BFFOKE SECURITIES COMMODITIES

Robinson at Bumby Phone 2-2456 SUPPLIES OF METALS B
MmuaLcn !Ii
Orlando Phone 4183
ORLANDO. 18 Wall Street, :
FLORIDA Aluminum Sink Rims

PIERCE: ,FENNER&BEANE 1 Clayton J. OUYK Manager

I stainless Steel
Mouldings Vnimritm ni Dittritmttn ./ Offices in 36 cities in the United States and Canada
Jmestmnt StcmtttaJreiai if
: .
Metal lath
is Stcmntitt ni CfmmtHlla I
Ii MIMllK' NEW YOlK STOCK EXCHANGE AND OTHI filMa Al
I 24-flour Service J I ; Aluminum :
and
Systemi [ A HOME-TOWN Roofing 218 N. Orange Avenue I J SECURITY AND COMMODITY EXCHANGES

L Since Inz j L Anywhere I AlumiSidin9 Telephone Orlando: MM I

Aluminum Garage Doors I I

OLD
Aluminum Screen Wire I


WALLS MADE !! No. 16 Mesh I

Steel Casement Windows I FORM OF ADVERTISING FOR BIDS

It mildewed and broken ..

the beauty of year l>athroo STEEL SALES CO. "Sealed bids will be received by the City Commissioners at the CityManaqer's

fleets won the.-entire Office. City Hal1.Kissimmee.. Florida. [hereinafter called the
Both taesti and prospective PHONE %-141%
ORLANDO FLA. Owner] up to 8 P.M. Eastern Standard time. February 11. 1947. at which
quick to Jndte a home by 1U
time and place all bids or proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud

for furnishing. delivering and erecting the following items at the Power

Plant site located at Kissimmee. Florida.


E SIT E S [1] Itemsa

for [ ] One concrete foundation for Diesel Engine Driven Generator Unit.

METAL [2] And bid or Proposal received after the time and date specified above shall

not be considered.

SALE [13] All Proposals must be submitted on blanks furnished by the Owner, and
Is the answer to you
delivered in a sealed envelope. The Proposal shall contain the provisions asset
Factory-trained experts are
forth in the form of Proposals.
BRINGS NATURAL
GAS give you the moat beautiful

la your neighborhood [41 Each Bid must be accompanied by a certified check: or Bid Bond payable to

CHBOUITX Is one ef : I lots in Dubsdread the Owner In the amount of five per cent: [55il of the total of the Bid. as a guarantee

TO YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS I building products-proved : : that the Bidder. if awarded the contract will within ten Ill) consecutive calendar
days after written notice such award. enter Into written contract
23: yean of actual ue. The some as large as : being given as a :
Pure innS and win never rust with the Owner in at'cordant'eIth the accepted: Bid, and give a contract Surety

For' factor In Florida); the surface 1 lOO'xZSO' I Bond satisfactory to the Owner and equal to 100% lone hundred per cent] of the

m for lasting beauty and wiH contract price.

FASTER COOKING -* peel nor fade. It to : ; [51 No Bidder may withdraw his Proposal for a period of 60 days after the date

easy to clean for there are Drive and Par set for the opening of the bids.

S SILENT SERVEL REF RIG ERA TIC. cracks Completely to hid.wgter-tuht.dirt germs The I [61 All work shall be done in accordance: : : with the plans, specifications and contract -

rich and lustrous. Country Club I documents relative thereto which may be examined at the office of A. P.

ECONOMICAL WATER HEATING Michaels.: Engineer Room %0%. Church and Alain Building, Orlando Florida, and

Quality enozldertd
S CLEAN SPACE HEATING the Boat economical prwd Lake Silver from said office by depositing therewith the sum of $15." per set: which

kind on the market. 56 amount will be refunded for the first set upon the return of Plans, Specifications and
can sualily this .
.tate.llllenLr.R.A. Contract Documents in good condition within 10 days after the award of contract:
Finest Residential Sections therefor.


Natural Gas and Appliance Co. Terms arranged. : CO. INC. [7] Bidder's qualifications must be satisfactory to the Owner.

METAL TILE [81 Owner reserves the right to waive informalities! In any Bid and to reject any

and all Bids.
1219 North Orange Ave. 58 K. Central O. Box 1164 CITY OF KISSIMMEE V

j I.- Phone 467S Orlando Fla I Kitchen trainbouds j or George Delay 9649 j By: A. F. Crosby Mayor









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IT ,KMY THAT I WANT \ I YOU COULD MAYBE START A CAPTA'N CANYON I AD THE } GetsCharter
PESTER waMzaur,HONEST! J I LITTLE OA J EKOUt' PO 50 SOON-AND A PRESICENT
RE1U.Y TELLbLt7U6OTTA BUT Y001LE A >OUN 3 MM IN SWELL WTO ALL THOSE OLD CONVEITED C-54? 5AID TH6

6 THINK OF M AND THE ADC I SPITS OFYOWt BAWNESSOURE JALLOPIES ON THE ?OAP ... pout WORK SKIPPER, WAIL WAS OoofR
A I COULD DKPiRSTANP WHY HC f GIFTED WITH YOUR HANDS. AND THE KIDS AW WOULD EEIUYU. WAVE THEM SUPP05EDo 'r,4
I JOINED THE ARMY, BUT ITs
Iiow.wiw WE 1a NAVE 1 WORK EASY -YOU OWE EVENING... AMY BEFORE >'u CAN OYEg 1 Club yesterday received' Its
(Ali't' 1t U GET OU?oR i 4D WDRX> / rr TO ot.e. PEACE OF R AVdUT BE NOt1EJ2 5.1NTA h1 NICA! -- charter as an active. affiliate of
I ,KJND W02K? AOAIN? AYND.. NICE ATTNAt_ t tVlewsBy the Advertising Federation of

1. '- ; GET ii... ( r. IV America at the first noon day
e I HAROLD ESCH ,4'I meeting of the club at the Fort
{ Oatlin Hotel.

r LAWN BOWLING The The charter was presented by

'.r 1 Irv } y yI North Central Florida League R D. Peterson of St. Petersburg,

I match in Mt. Dora yesterday aft- governor of the Fourth District of
I the AFA.
ernoon ended in a 76 to 69 vicI -

I tory for Mt. Dora bowlers. It was In his presentation speech,
their second league win of the Peterson outlined the Florida
: .
,. :
J'L.. MUIF' year and placed them in third history of the Federation from ....
I + : the organization of the fint ...
place in the standings. If the fa- .
'U1 11W 15 5UOT TOR MANY YEARS fl M T11K REALLY 15 AMdENT ...I IS *UKIS POKE TC0I vored Daytona bowlers toppled sy a state ad club In Miami In 1920
OP Tuese RIDGE CNNESS WHEN COLD 5WEEP5 14 A JUDDI45T CU6TO% I FRiStfTEN C&WOV5 FO3M to the
t'1LL,GDY. itwoK5 IS Io BANG. *UOw Came scv1E 6J'r TNROU6W MOUNTNNS MONASTERY. BUr Wmi MY 1 PUCE WHERE CHIEFTAIN DeLand In the latter city yesterday 8 tC a ip total 300 present day, when a
NN LJK2 YOUR 64N& Hi K TRIBE r TWEM IBLEOW IV ITk(4( MY PEOPLE NAVE WNYARE THEY PEOPLE... 5 UE C'EAD.p4 it means a tie between Or- II of advertising men
WALKING OUToN AM l2UEEN gooKERYI THOUGHT TAKEN SNELT> + AMONG A5 THE CITIZENS OF TESE IN TINS HOLY /N A SHOWER OF with four wins and one loss apiece. : State.
I. MY?# ER WK 'ARTS WEE NANAD5. r.ACE RRFMt7Rx5 ? *
SEfORE A1E. He called upon the members to
In the individual games yesterday throw their entire support behind

I, two won and two lost! from I the national program of the AFA
the local club. C. F. Rhodes skip. ,oykl ; to maintain high standards for

I John Turn. B. K. Smedley and nve. the profession. and work for the

i Beecher Horton of Orlando defeated common benefit of all advertising

I W. E. Breckenndge. skip. men in Florida.

: Ralph Edwards. H. A. Sillence and Club members approved a decision -
Frank Taylor by 14 to 12. T C. to hold all meetings in the

Reed skip J. L. Esch, W. J. Pick- future at noon setting the fUt
ard and H. Esch of Orlando won and third Tuesday of each monthas
by ten points, 28 to 18, from Wal- the meeting date.

ter Ferguson, skip Frank Parker. Previously the club had met
r R. R. Morse and Eardley Wilmot. once each month, at night.
aA tAiM11R I IF ANY DOCH RIGHT! McArvwNllE OOGPATCH John Stevens skip J. C. Mc- V
1 vICe WORLD rS SO MUCH AS \> *>O WE Daniel, L. I;. Heim and W. E. Ball

STEAMEJ DO IS FIND ClT'I/ PORE,&LU .\ 6OTTA, AN N GIr Into, TMET WARM of Orlando dropped a 15 to 22 decision Dr. John MartinTo
HIM TOE INTO JEST GIT 5 rAr EY TN fill it5 vvEATNER HOMES to William McLachlan. CAPTURED ROBBER FIGHTS POLICE: Shown here is John O'Brien,
rwN
HEARTED JOHPI
F347CHEftS KIN IZM JOHN'll HOME,50FTS&fesfe STEAMER EYES IS WARNED US.rr. skip. Frank Crockett Joe Tracy one of the five safe-crackers captured m a real estate office in Chi- Give Talk On

C iFiAR J < '" t1 ,,,e y, LIN SF40t7r NIGHT AFORE O TN' BEGINNIN MCE 5EIr5E0'w and Alan Grant of Mt. Do.a. Two cago, 111, struggling: with police. In a gun battle with the police,*two

ti t Shy s 1 --- DAID G FEBRUARY T'LIGHTUP Acln- HOOME HE'r dead ends in this contest pro- i of the bandits were slain and two were captured. Global Relations
S :tG vt,, GOT .r. I
c longed the battle and was the last -- --
i Dr. John Martin consultant on
to finish.
game here and will remain until after International Relations at Rollins
t cA d ( Jim Balleny. skip Isaac Meredith -

_Y t sdl+ Ergn sv an X a Lr vV r ;, h h Bauwens, Stewart lost a Hice two-to-one and Oscar gameto I Winter/ Park I jf;the February tryout which 1'7. will be the week College in,the will series deliver on the International thud lecture -

L Major Charles Marsh, skip, William B. Whittaker head of Relations in the Winter Park Con-
o t '- tves tii gregational Church Thursday
t< tr re Brevities i at
Thomas Turnbull Arthur Flem- i 1 the Department of Theater Arts 4 pjn. discussing "Can Cqmmun

wrp clr WC tY'jC11D ing and Frank Bridgman of !.It. I I at Rollins, will be the speaker toj.| ism and American Democracy Live
Dora. The final By t4U A'.ET G 'EM
read 24
B e6 aYmETC g to 12. The day: at the Chamber of Commerce in Peace Together."
teams used the jack-rolling meth- Mr. and Mrs. William F. Quar-
luncheon giving a humorous i This is the first of three lecturesto
od which aided in makmg the rie have as guests, Mrs. J. P. "
I. sketch "How to Start a Business. be contributed to the series by
afternoon a long one. It is easily Sharpe, and daughter. Miss kills The Ideal Woman's Club will Dr. Martin.
it =: CANT SEE U.u u.TL'1 ., I understandable that this: added
-- ; i Sharpe of Toronto Canada who swill a turkey dinner Feb. 13 at The other two "British Problems -
THE Lr/'NO ROOM-. MP I Reservations shouldbe
EIGHTY-FIVE THOUSAND IS : minutes be here for 10 days. R. G the clubhouse. at Home and Abroad" and
I EE A LIGHT IN A made by calling Mrs. John
ENOUGH FLORENCE LANE -' BASEMENT STAIR! game. Gentzel. who has been the Quarries Neville 1393-W1( "Foreign Policy for the Atomlo
HAS SERVED HER j-j*' The trebles has returned to his Age," will be given at the Congregational -
I = LQSELV LOOKING game this afternoonon I guest. The second of the season's put-i
i n .PURPOSE. I 1 r PLACE S the I local court between home in Chicaeo ting-contests at the Winter Park I Church on Feb. 13
,
/ Rhodes-Turn-Smedley and Herb I Mrs. Edward. Malone has as Country Club will be Wednesday and Feb. 20, respectively.
TUley, Hice and Dick Habbe trios from 2 to 4 pjn '' Admission Is free to the public.A .
I I guest her sister Mrs. Tolbert who want to make con- collection will be
will share honors with singles con- I Those taken to aid
tests that may be arranged If the Vandeveer of Philadelphia, who tributions to the Community Fund the Rollins college: scholarship
participants are on hand to play. will be here for two weeks. before the drive starts Thursday- I fund.

A + GChrw rJf I Bauwens plays J. L. Esch; Arthur Mrs. Harry R. Flory of New are invited to send them to Mrs. .

Groverman tangles with H. Esch York. and Stewart Oilman Charles MacDowcll at College Orders
) > I ; son Point. or hand them to Paul Davis 'Money MaYBe
Dr. J. K. Miller plays G. E. Corn- Flory are here for a month's visit I ( -
the bank. >
at
well and Reed plays Jim Shelley. with the former's mother Mrs. Demonstration of dancing by Sent to ItalyInternational

_+- 1'iL : r I In the consolation event Dr. G Stewart Oilman on Osceola Ave. pupils of Roger Pounds at the I postal money or-

Willard Hobby plays Everett Gibson Mr. Flory. who is chief of foreign high school will be today at 8:30 i I deB can again be sent to persons
1 communications for the United !
am. residing in Italy Postmaster
t \ Press is expected to come down Because of the trip's value to the I James Beggs announced yesterday -

i : Lockhart NewsLOCKHART5. later for a shorter stay. city as an attraction to visitors The service was suspended In
Mrs. Neill O'Brien and daueh-
JACK RETRACTED HK A THEY JUMP l THERE, I CAN SEE -/ the city commission Monday voted ]1941 at the outbreak of war. and
, FEE? AND C AUGKr L To NEVER WERE i E. East of Fort; ter, Catherine Beater. returned to extend its agreement with Cal j resumption was held It
EGGNOG NTM FEt:"' r W THE: ARMY.iI Wayne. Ind., and his grandson!, to their home on Pennsylvania Meloon for exclusive commercial |i j up was
believed until conditions in
i Jerry East of Dixon, Ohio visited I Ave. yesterday from the Oranae to operate sightseeing boats Italy
rights
j
became
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Memorial Hospital where! the settled.
Havens here on the chain of lakes and for the I
i Mrs. Stella J. Johnson of Syracuse baby was born last Th rsday. renting of fishing boats on Lake The Italian government, how-
? OPEN Fort ,TUDCl 1 N. Y., is: at her Winter home Because of her short stay in Osceola. I (ever, announced that it Is not yet
ti t3Y NOLDN \ : ; here. Florida, Mrs. Helen Gahagan Considerable time was devoted 'I ,prepared to issue such money orders -
t7 r ,l \ A KNIFE Mrs. J. R. Upchurch is recovering Douglas! who is to speak at the to the matter of which road should' in Italy payable In the-

from her recent operation. Or'a-do High School Saturday! be used in carrying the State high- United States.
I Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Clayton,f evening, will be unable to speak way through Winter Park from j! Beggs said that stamp sales

Englishtown, N. J., are making in the R"Ui--s Cranel Sunday the Apopka road to the Oviedo I their home in Lockhart. morning as had been planned. Road. time peak for January this year.A .
i I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilcoxson and I Mrs. Willi-m J. Mvers of En- Commr. Bill Taylor proposed an I total of $64574 In stamps
"lewood. N. J.. is visiting; her sister -
I son of Winter Park have moved tLockhart. o ordinance creating a recreationcommission I were sold last month compared to
Mrs. B. Brechin 275 Sylvan similar to the recreation $62.343.88 in January last year.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Joley ol I Blvd. commission now successfully I It had been expected that cur-
r I Daton N. J., have moved to Lock The le t' re tomorrow at 11 aJn in operation. This will be studiedfor tailment of Army operations in
T. in her
I hart. by the Rev. Lucy Ayes
action laterMissionary. Orlando would bring a sharp re-
I Mrs. Frank Matthews is recovering School of the Scriptures at the I
I ,. Conffreeational Church will be duction. but postage sales con-
from an operation at the
VIII I I I II DID VOU Orange Memorial Hospital "Human Temples of God"' based Pledge I tinue to grow Beggs said.
IJip = 'III DID X3U BUZZ JJJx'How DID i *\ 'MI, lectures
Corinthians. The
TII BUZZ FOt ME Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bennet ol:f on First MarkThe
= FOR US MR DITHERS'I KNOW I .,. Nears $11,000 I
WAS will be held in Hooker Hall Frederick
Ml? DITHERS.9 Oxford, N. Y.. have been visit m t Sleight -
ii LOVE MY NEW SITTING < work of .
if ON Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Smith All l Girl Scouts who wish to 1947 missionary pledge i
i BUZZER SYSTEM 1 THE BUZZER? The Women's Society of Christian on their Scribe badge are invited the Christian and Missionary Alliance To Give Lecture

rr WILL NCREASE __ ys DA GINCiOCt '1 vCd Service held a receptionThursday 1 to be at All Saints parish house Church is nearing the $11.- | Frederick W. Sleight consultantin

f EFFICIENCY> AROUND 1 WANT TO TALK q l honoring Dr. R J. LoveMrs. ,. after school this afternoon when 000 mark already a substantial archaeology at Rollins College
THIS CF FTCE ONE OVER THIS OONTOVCT _' : I M H. G. Wolking and W. J Mrs. A W. Parker will begin a increase over the 1946 record, the will speak on "Florida and the
a
1'1lkvORED PEQI''ENT 0 I ;, Harrell for their service in th e: class in the necessary training. ,: Rev. H. P. Rankin pastor said I j'West Indies" in the third lecture
-"' local church. Each was presented Harold M. Sherman of Chicago. yesterday. Last year's pledge was 1 of his "Survey of Primitive Native
Twain" ,
author of the play "Mark
with a bouquet of flowers. overpaid the pastor added. America" series. The talk will be
a which Fred Stone is to its
r r r Lenord Krider of Daton. N. J'.,' in Winter Park has give arrived -| "By actual figures," the Rev. ,i given today at 8:15: pjn. at Dyer
I I rt is leaving Daton to visit his parents tryout rehearsals which Rankin said "all but 13 cents of Memorial Instead of at Casa
for are now
I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Joley* under Mrs Sherman and the dollar goes directly to the I I i Iberia.
way
here.Mr. also 1 I mission field. If an individual con- I I I i Sleight will describe the now
their daughter Marcia are
t '''f_ and Mrs. H D. Young and I tributor requests it. the entire : extinct tribes of Indians that pre-
.-,'+b}. ft grandaughter Sylvia will take a i 1 field dated the seminoles In Florida.
the
IJ to
J trip to Cypress Gardens. Bunnell having visited her mother dollar goes society I i He will also discuss the effects of
MISS Evelvn Hamilton of Orlando r- who has been ill. I I IL The young people's Spanish French and English histories -
A : visited Mr. and Mrs Carltortxum Girl Scouts from Lockhart pledged almost! $3,000 of the total on the conquest period.
Sunday. School met at Mrs. Falkner's pledge also an increase over their I The lectures are free to the

t, THOSE PE5
MAAaE K O7irNG OVER OF MAKING A TERRIFIC RACKET VOU'P C : WE JUST CAN*Tsrupy I missionary convention.
TO DO HE'R HOMEWORK COURSE, FOR HOMEWORK) :) NINA. BETTER .. nfl .,, WHEN OUR BOARDING HOUSE I Hospital Program

WITH 4AE. I5 THAT ALL PHONOGRAPH:: :; BLARING CHECK, e /f ,, ITS QUIET !
W RIGHT, NIty4! JIJDy UKE A STUCK PIa. SICEEZIX. ye., __ -__: I EAR ABOUT THE % ONE OF THE FIFTIES THAT / i Ted Lewis Sues I To Be Discussed
NEv4 HIGH POINT |rt W KNOCKED TM1E PROPS OUT / Hotel for $100,000 Miss Margaret Piper a memberof
1 THE t1iSTORY OF FROM UNDER PIKE WAS the board of governors of Orange -
E1 TERTAtNME13T. (IaAT VENERABLE GAG 1MaE OLD i+ CHICAGO [APV Ted Lewis, vet- I Memorial Hospital, will discuss -
1I4E MPA30QS AYTf4- ABOUT THE RESTAURANT BOY OUGHT eran orchestra leader, yesterdaysued the hospitals forthcoming >

EATEN 30VCES PUT *& WHERE >feU COULD EAT, l SERVE the Sherman Hotel for $100.- $750,000 expansion program at .
.
I t .
.i '' s: fzV1 PIKE IN BED VM\TH // DIRT CIEAPTNA T A 6 e.3E A' 000 damages, alleging he was beaten the meeting of the Orange County .

y TEWPERATUReV-J oNE IS SEARS S7 VMlTrtHOTTER. OSE by an "agent and servant" of Federation of Women Clubs today -
ti r : the hotel in his room Jan. 27.
.TUAI ,5- TAN i
) .
} OLDER-iSAN DtNOSA.L suit did not
Court
The Circuit
Ct r o .Jp A DEPOT Miss Piper will describe of thehospital'
f t-mi. identify the "agent and servant"but
STOVE ? ,c *s Lewis attorney Joseph Bar- I proposed new wing, I

r, bera said a waiter had struck pointing out the necessity for ad-
l
i1S Lewis when the bandleader complained ditional bed space and for equip-
?S L I to the management about ment to replace worn out and out-
-, room service moded materigl.Government.

AHEM! WELL BUZ.M3U KNOW ; cc1ka I I
s; a WEut, INOT SUPPOSED\HOW WOMEN ARE ?O PUERTO CADENT THEM BY t + Blast Kills FourHOLLJDAY Has

$ BEFORE LEAVING MAY I UHI'M 10 TELL? BUT IWl PACT tS. I W tiDN'T AIRLINE TO MIAMI,.,NEW iORK. Texas tUPl Four $685,498,000 Surplus
j GET CHRISTY'S ADOREMb NOT WADS JUAVELETCMWSTY60, men were killed yesterday whena
M, ESON. SUPPOSED WRONG? I I EXCEPT THAT MY timebomb exploded a nitro- WASHINGTON tAPl The Government
w W TELL, DON'T UNDER BROTHER CHARLIE1NBROOKLYN. glycerine truck at an oil drilling closed its books on the I
STAND. .CAN SORT ., .- fiscal
C ----- --? operation near here: seventh month of its current -
OP KEEP AN EYE ON.HER. .
t: A KNOW WHAT .?"tva"er acI 4K'I armor 7 jJi The dead were George I,!. Shaf- year yesterday with a surplusof
1 t e.tCaw ., I 1 fer and his son. Vance both of $ .498.000.
Electra, Texas; Nelson MOsier of Expenditures through January
C IIi Wichita Falls Texas, and O. F. 31 were $21600000jM while receipts -

it .. Smith of Holliday. I were $22.285.MO.
? l: y i There compared with budget
FIE Rubber manufacturers used 37 r : estimates last month that expen-

Ip HE PRACTICALLY / -' ODES Wcr2E: per cent natural rubber and 63 1 j 1 I ditures for the entire fiscal year,
> 't1 ADMITTED SHE'S IN t LAUSUS IM per cent synthetic in 1946 com- 'I which ends next June 30. would be

:I G.IA+i w '' BROOKLYN. BOY. 1-5., ;l':n ,. T. GRAhTTS FIRST TERM1 1 pared to 12 per cent and 88 percent $42,500000000 and receipts, $40.L290.ooo.ooo. .-

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Classified ; LOST, woman', *, black; It CABINET AND .IIWOR.. .pa I Il. SERVICE Want Pmp PICK YOUR Own FRUIT-Oranges.85e COOKING UTENSILS' Good selee- TEAMS HOUSE-S rom; 3 bedrooms.to HOM FUE 5 n. f t. to WED FEB. 5.
WA O'Neall-Hennr Laundromat ore central Pnd. ... radio service at i per bu. grapefruit 5Oe per bo.: lion of al.tauJ stainless steel. b mo.e $2500. Phone 4939. er tnl Waiter and LIla Oranie A. winter MUl N.br. u. Pick up *ncl delivery. Public 1 tangerine and tanceloe 85 Vfe pei enamel glassware. Knox StoresCo. FOOD FREEZER.-rireston* upright S J. Wilrox. Inc.. j'
Park. return *. O. S. Servlco. SIS X. Washington. bu. Mcun* Groves. Wlderr.I IDECOUSHme.k.d Ii .. 2:J Pine. Phone 2-30. ft.. Great Ave.. opposite Poetoffice.I I'I'I RIT. famoi all wav O. X.
R..r Oranco t.. WinterPark COlC BUttDINa of new Phone 6792. elli 8..ten Ste nbl. 1 rerharcablc batFT; ;.
CANVAS CAMP COTS and ttools. H. Orange. I
home and goods. j "sr.r.ard
S.ntlnwl-Stor r" 412-J. builduwt bOle a repan0 S T. P. RADIO REA ama appliance i I i! .b. Salt H. Parrish Bardware. 220 South ; 62 Used abused I I HOUEOL FURNISHINGS-1329 prt.ca! .13.S Ing\..t X .Orlando

Want.Ad Hotel. Pullard. X. Amelia; 2-3 ; workguaranteed. I I! 13c. Freshly dressed dr br..c. I' Orange Avenue. Phone 2-14. j FlIRDu... be bouht I Ilth Appliance IUO; N
14. But, Parlors 3 Boyd at We o'.2524 ers. 6Sc. Local farm eggs large 69e.i SINKS.-42 la. II IICAIE from Mather of Orlando the home I I Orange. Pbe 4537.

Dan. 22* pos Ns I CLAY ROADS wIth BUILT surface-Also treatment.lime rock 8. Kuhl Ave.. ph. 2-2821. I,i Te ropened sweet and Ju. o..n.e in. at 8114.50: a 19J, of friendly furniture; 56 E. Church ''HTa and OH. W. RUOS'-.Felt base: mattresses;: act.r1

Minimum eharo S4) AMZRICAH BXAOTT BALON- Work paying Bumby! A Btimp- REPAIRS-Expert service oa '!! 'tPerlt 85e bu I. f with mIning faucet and drain So-1 I YCRNn USa Linoleum; "..41! it.U.Uoa service.rlde .I; lawn mowers; garbace ran
44 W. ;
Vi RIO
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BuMay 27. per HIM T Jun 6931.Chu Audrey son. Oll..atd.. J|i ... aad model. Immediate dO .e lect yours today. Walter J. WQcox couch; porch 'ulUu and ; quantity im.cal.t. t.t.n.nO' e.lr. Economy Fu.z.
__ POI I.D. pbn j' the Frontier Orange Blossom Inc. X. Robinson. cloaet. Cocb- Modern W. .
.IMlal char* ak) and type* .tte.UOD Associated Store 14 N.Orange at 20th.FLORIDI 1 i icCTG eUle m.t I ApPU'Dee.Ie. i. 3
M.r AND PRESSING Cash A. I'
1 TraU BEATERS fuel oil: sage RADIOS *irct.7'Toig
18c lia ,, aDO fa FUrt..r. .1 Fron.
t Consecutive Day S Uf cold wave open 1 will, yon ,, A. ji '
permDent :
I Consecutive Day las: line a day I i: .r i LIQUID sunshine; tree rip-- homes and bunsnees.5e5 FUR COAT-Black Persian lamb; radio e& 827 50 F.:e
1.PpIDt. Brine Supe- SERVICE I Walter J. 61 I BO WAT HEn. aulo.Ue rtone. .-
money I SO.
hou coed fruit. 41' '
(Count t Aterai* Word I UaalNational 7'1 cth.0 RIOETOI Or fruit sum into Wllo. IDe I 'u carl; prfet condition; full o.na.
.. elftr.
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ftatw A'p. la cold riot Cleaner* BD' i 1 inrebuilding. state and .. Pe.ppl 0..xf" Robinson opposite length; six 112. Price 8550. Call 30 1 Wyckofl Haw.. RTG.I.nlwd.r: S8
Out ee Statel 'cases 2. 4.1.
type of RZT5WORKdrivewa7s rp.ln coolers; sageS .
.a .D ; 'UP CANOES-We now hove on band Old 2-1153. ._ 2524 8. 9.
Stnj insertions lo* pn line beauty.cutlr W Rernold I I: ..Ib floor stepping .t. i I Ferguson RefllerUol : N. Terrt.phone now send ; 'Os a basket -I Town canoes. Pin Cat Boat ; FURNITURE-Home void have furniture -I 10. 11. and 1.. Immediate del.'en
i Conaecutlv Dan 3So line S das K. 6482. I : 11 I 152. at Co. j I IC1LLO box :3351.
Construction or pbon
f Conec-tiv Day XOe 110* S day 2 P. II IIC1Y I i Co..d.. bne 8aUer ltt F f with you!.t! for 5 rom.including living 'I BOIbm 2 band operated I 1 rte Pt o
fo
dkiiaimuEB J flash 2-22' \ REFIO&TON-Pr prompt efftI Bushel S2.75 KumQu.t 1. .1. smINGPr exterior use. room dining rom. double bedroom with cable. Pr. .
BUO SID CONC FLOORS Drtv-w* I!I on all epr.u Proven lfacn. Smith LumberCo. suite twin bedroom suite boudoir booms raise and lower and be ROOF COAT..Dlrd. Sa.eM
All WaD -Aes. tan ta the Ori- emltur, Hilda Moock. .tP. etc. Reasonable. Thirty commercial and domestic m.k call SI.75 plus .u.. PhoD' 2-3570. N. Ornge Railroad. breakfast nook set. oealoD cwiveled. Holmes. $ ere.ChsvI I "".1" prcts Err i
a* Morning sentinel and a r, fo beauty Wblddea.McCrory In businessFree ..t.t Wlllard Krlser. Norse 709 Spurs eon .. Ave. i CIRCULATING OIL cb.1 two 9x12 rugs rolet. 115 W. Central. br Co.. N. Orange and FU r >aa.
printed In both the nUnl and Vivian Lawrence. M.ta I I C. W. PlOy. Park: N._Mills.S13S. I HETEOt eh.1 rug tables lamps wicker, 95"B
Bid., winter I very little. For ..ttr & wool. 9x12; 844 jaa.a .
RU0.
Th. Orlando Star .a UM samedu .pt.ln. CONCRETE 8 VIC that last for |1 REFRIGERATOR SERVICE 32. Articles for Rent | see 2O8_E. Robinson ATenue.CmCULATDiG .or.toa ch.1 mirror porch 1.. SilO; pie- INSULATION-Double thick "BalsamWool. I f_ .ldU. Brcsdfe:: ta several

011" IUt" IHOPa I,, ever. Wa.n. floor; our all make. Walleker Refrig loa. I ADDING MACHINES 'I IMerrill HEATER Burns .,.e.1 G. X. Vacuumcleaner. ." Guaranteed to give satujaction. color dceefl v.r.
l.k. -New. weekday.. 9
Wan estimates. Dnn- 5 I ren'p. Winter Park. 68
n> -Aa Department u open specialty : S' Slnd.T.
rP metal 1112 .
.tel 1505 Ave. wood. Also Lumber Co. N. Oraneeand
tellf cold complete 610; S12.SO machine 1622 N. Mills IO Sme. Idn O'Neal-Branch .0 lukeL to Ave. em.U '
from 1.30 .1..1.10 S PJ4. wsvci. $6..115; 204 Main. 6C8 I| barn ; 2-2. Pa" 40._ t 1 a I Mt. Vernon. 1 10 I II R-V LITE-Tale* the place of ,'u,
eu daplrornS&.I2AU I. I I I roofIng and FLOOR.. SANDERS New American FURNITURE New and used. Pay I 'II for many purposes also CC.O-G.AU
CAET-aA RUOS AND UPHOLSTERY cleaned 'II Cole- ICE BOX-50-pound capacity good
8"; new edter. Reasonable rate. CTNG HKTNe. cash and save 10 25 per rent on ; .-
Deadline lot Sunday Paper Saturday BEAUTY 'i I Newby. 720 : I t st-Mill. Nebraska.
MATE OUINBT 8HOP' In your own home: approved meth-i I I,. R. Burke. 1805 8. Bumby AT*, : 320 purchases. Furniture Co.. condition: aH 3 montl Also .
NoahAdosrIlurs Pin CaUe: Spline special perj la I If.cll j|I P.nt Street {'I ods: loath proofing. Dixie Rug Clean-i phone 7851.: E. Orlando Ave.. after 8'OO p.m. 625 your W. Church St.. phone 5820. mattress full 810. Winter 'i i RADIOS-Phllco. RCA a"
are requested lo asIa maneni wavea. SS up; ipeclalixlnc i' D 45MAKIFG-Mn. J. G. xuth.j j er phone 7642. ; CLOSETS-Plumbing : cooplcte I Park 571-R _ G E shortwave ptlat. A ,
lj iia immediately of all mOna bleathln tlntlnt. Ph. 625.JDn j| 1907 South Kohl Avenue._ j i: i| FR PLHE(new! and ...- with fitting: Itlln.iediat delivery I I 12x18 ID with, fo Immediate d.l>. ..'., .
I 1 RUGS. UPHOLSTERY. | .. WUIRt..t Voeue
their U the 8entlnel-8ir or hour. Ph. Keir. elc *
a< M Ke J! fN1E. cash and Home T.a'er '
SHOP I ,
B2AOTT .
15.-.8aah cabinets end I Lib. .
; screens: I the mod 2-2821. Wrckott's Hdw 2524 Kuhl. FURNITURE SPECIAL ern. eah IDIUoa phone .
.Ul ke responsible for only Ohs Maenolla. Bpeciallaini I I I table: book shelves; and all type .eD.tln. bld. eeaa.ca. demothed Freeman. 71 W. Church I Orn.. WI..te -
incorrect insertion In C Wave and facial. Phone I 1 I of repair and wood work. Orlando .: A ple aervI ,> FLOOR SANDER and edger; new DOUBLE BED. sPrl sad shipment lust I LINOLEUM-Fell baset 6 ft. width: RUG 9x12; all01 i ( :
m.ur1 r Phoa
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You Can Place! Your 434 i iRATY Woodcraft. 1500 Washington. ice. C.I 2-29. KHniz oon.4-hou._ (I' Wyckoffs equipment Hdw.: ': :4blaU' 2-282. '20. 10 Ma..el Lol..m-Lru rugs and by various color AvOoyaa Rug 5.co. 7206. : S'

Want-Ad by Telephone i jOiXWDINO'finishing special- '! ROOFING-New or All work : DRILL PRESS-Delta, new 14". withor yard. Bigelow-Sanford felt rugs 9'xl2* I 2501 Edgewater Dr. Phone 2- : ROBBER STAB ::.r"ps
BUO PARLRA t iso tm.nt: 20 yra guaranteed. Call re.lr.. ;; FR SANDER-Edger and t.oplberL without motr. 1638 Oakmont : for 822 50. Myrlck'a. Furniture. Avalon and cypress: framing Quick Sric. .
Phed Pntr.-.1 equipment work I Icuaranteed i HIM i Clark. All new eqalp- St. Ennlnu.DIMONDItrmel.. Hotel phone 2-1173 I LUMBERPe Supplies. Rubber 6'sp
41S1 4222
Dial wave a ( : I 5026. [ BUldl. : phone for ia- ,
| 8 W.
cld lt. attnl 2-14 Church at S Ors .
rent. .
; Bmythi Open 'til 9.30. Wor. e
Pin. On ; licensed; prompt service: |I i nlon.bl. beautiful Ia-j Tu.a. .I. .. 118 .
ple. shinties aluminum. i .
3 1. 1 C. R. Burke. 7851. i[ RoPGRoU Lumber Co. N. Orange and Railroad i ROOM AIR CONDITIONER A.Ar
__ blue white stone
j I corrugated: also LUMBER Everything in building I
flower ana Wreaths 14. Beauty Parlors I('I FLOOR iANDING and finishing: I 1 aabesto siding. For sals or applied: FLOOR SANDER edger and polisher. with 22 small cut stones la platinum lumber and wood. Colonial Lum- heats.DeLnxe.Orlando electric Sale: coots tt eec 5.-
'6. Sert..re,
prompt one day service; licensed Jo Bae.ar. 2208 Kd..tr mounting. golden 60
:- work guaranteed: free estimate: 3 Al 2-aa "p ber. Cheney Hiehway.LUMBER. N. Orange dial 2-0959. .
JEWEL CHARM SALON-Special! bonded; insured: portable per ...nt.I year to P... Smith A Son 468*. Drl. phn 2-91. !II II phire la tlf.a. mouat << -
SItendon. ;
Individual In lumber and
FUNERAL. Ulttinacr oPRAYS-f'lorll'Ce..tral. 84 X- SIS cold wave*. $10; SIS Shel nm.ehlne i' Steven Floor Surlsclcs Winter Garden Rd west of Ray I ing estate. .aUQue. ..eln.AU 'i[| Ftl SPEC wood: buldln. CheneiNiche. SHEE ROCKRklalhe: on. h3:!
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and flnishln Best mond's. 33. Articles for Sale : to b* sold at Box 90. ColoD.1 Id peony
FLOOR SANDING f.1 .,.
phone 443. pelaa.nt. 17.5 12.5 :.. _ .e
I msterials used. Skilled work. ; free r. -- 9-Star. I I IDLNINO Baby Cribs-Blonde maple and Ivory nalla. Phone 6395.
:' wave S10 and up. AU work .col. estlmatea. Phone 2-1255. j I; I .ANGLE IRON-40 feet long IOC per SUITE- -pl_-. Walnut. -I trim 829.95 to S42 50. AU Steel LrA lATHES and shaper. SAFES Small ,;td.
10. Baby Sitter -Child Carr ROM spnnii and adjustable to S helshts. Dora. :hr lyn .
teed. SOS W. .l AY.Ph._1 FURNITURE REBUILT and RUG CLEANING We thoroughlyclean punl Monaa BslTSie. 48 L'I Ideal for ( I 1
frbe Genuine Kantwet crib .
15. IDnUol innerspring '1 .
BABY-Child car by day. hour ot WK ARl HAPPY t announce we tered. W. make U look like aPholl' all kinds of russ. suing replaced I I I I see 2:9 ..y I mattress. S14 95. Myrlck's. Furniture LVA'ORIE- Bath tub. closets.. hornet.. Smith-Wilson 401 W. Central Co iv rfitters.
'' gink >
f"I
week, : uceUent.care provided: are in 1 way enet with another a low cost and b.* where nede Highest qualityworkmanship AVIATION PRTAL"La. 7- DESK DRAW INSERTS-Metal: ex Avaloa Hotel Building phone -
pleasant urroundlnc; also babysitter I OI.Ddo. were inbusiness yen Fmltur Craft a. best approved !:: tube, AC b.ttteL wave pandable. Orlando Office 2-17 I delivery I.r"et stock in Florida i fHJE ROCK finnS .inn ... r
: 103 E. Harvard: 2-3298. la year and 1015 W. Church 2-13._t I methods. Send them 'for prompt bands. Fuller Bro. Bntt's. 64 Supply Co.. 12.5.. Pine; dial 5114. I I rash or term: 36 months pay .plr. kitci-.ru '" 5":: FT ,es.stoves. .
guaranteed ouroik.. Or permnent *- service. W* call for and deliver In 'I IOrlando I E.' Church. "*lex and Biake." | [ Libby apd Freeman. '1 W. Church table jot YJI .
WOUAN.. ataUsbl for ilttlni .libchildren. FURNITURE tap- i hand ice box ld "I
sri S6.SO and up. cordiallyInvIte REFNISHEA. and Winter Park. Orlando : AVIATION PORTABLE -Lesr,- 7- FRIRJa MEDICINE CABINETS-Bath ,.,
invalids elderly people sot;. d. DRINKING FOUNTAIN-Kdvlnator. i iautomatic i suite rom SHOT BHSLL8-uj,, .
relth. bedroom
our flertbcra frlena a* well > rlaIn. Steam Laundry. 49 W. Concord; dial tube. AC or batteries. 2 short wave 11115 (tool*, dinette and GO
thermostat. lreal.t and and 20 .
evening 410 -iagnolia.: *578. can do. BumbyHardware. kitch- ,, suet I' trifle
public bere. Rail Utopia f "tlm.t 2-2431. platform rocker S19.95;
bands. Fuller Bra,. at Brltt'a. 64 X. 1711.5 sets-Mills and .
.U. .
Buss Ce. 102 W. Church. also buckshot H H Fr- i
.. SOS X. Washington M.tr. Chuc j Church. Phone 829 95: sofa 124.5: sofa- I k'r
11. Special Notices t dial S&. i Phone 2221.I I 894. I!| DESKS-Salesican. 2 drawer 44'i28" < bed 834.50; 3 piece I.IDc suite j' MEAT CHOPPER-11O 220-voIt: Hard..r. 220 a Oranst 1'i.j.ie.
1 FURNITURE REFINISHDJa Old ATC PAS la stock. 36-in.-42 in.. I 1 S19 50. Offc tables. 2 drawer. 815; can back : love eat 1/3 h p. motor. Brand new. lao 2-110.
I furniture repainted. Also bleach- SEPTIC TANK INSTALLED and Veat. Insulation Co.. 953 S2J 5U Fla. 84: piece oak dining room suite Browns Grocery & Market. SETTEE SIS. Inneraprnematc ,..
15. Schools and Instruction
BUne
AMANDA-Psychl* readings; circle : CI ; 20 ... 5. I f 1... phone 12703.i .
year
A.
Winter Park
All 708 835 coil ,-
lag and work .ne. IlL Edulpmrnt Co. N. $250 of SS : springs S13 9? baby
Irlnc. u.ran Otn'l AY
Wed. 2-30: adirtc OB all problem! In bu.ln. : 6730-7571 or Orlando M.Ur Orlndo E I! ... e...
381 W. Columbia. 2-2331. ACCOUKTXNO. enclneertnc. Blab teed. Plk deliver. Phon AI.rat. |, Phone 5454. Church_ 2-380. j i MATTRESSES-Kantwet; for criba. liD: .n.l.h chairs SI.Si. tr:
/ j School International Correspondence 2-1494 P O. Box 9$. SEPTIC TANKS C exery- I!I ANTIQUES-Copper and brass desk : COLLARS-Harnesses. leads. H.H FURNIIURS room; modern Hey-t 810.95. Be at Youth Center ity cabinet 111 wardrobes 1.8.
ALCOHOLICS ANONTMOCS' -rt E.Central. : School; local representative. GAS SERVICE-Can connect or adJust I I thing pumP : P. JBurke. set: bras bucket: china clock. SU- >< D Parrish Hardware 220 S. Or- wood-Wkefield furnishings: elec- i North O..ng Ave. I| Whitmtr 3O6 W .

Room 5; open ..n11h.. I: L 0 Rowe. B 274: phone 9282. any appliances you hav*. J.ckW.me. resident: bndec yen plating done at Wesche's Trading Phone 'i trio refrigerator and stove .. uum.Ie.ne. MOP BUCKETS-Oalvsnised. wrlneer STENOTYPE MACHINE-,-Practically:;
":7:30-9:30.: pcnoni wanting Inlet I 22410.HOL'SSS Insured Route 19. Box 231: | Post. 210 W. Church; 2-0232. 2-184. 442
phone silverware top. H H. 220S. Call Mrs. 4i04i
DESK Office and lap. et. chep.
REAL LAW-and practice typewriter; 829.5O. P.rih H.ly.re. TtCD
nation: or phone 8587 or 7160.ADTICX 5TATI SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED- j! ARMY TENTS-.14x14. 16x16. I: ;! N. Ferncreek.. Orange. before 1:OO p.m. ,
II broker and sales W 4B- Screen windows 1as See at Moore Furniture Company, _ Pon. 2-14. _
Psychic rtadlnii dally I man. Mew classes tart first of year. I : work look like Vacuum cleaners. AH makes. J. RH.reU' II new poles. Morgan' Salvage. i 2300 Ed it water Drive. I FABRICS tapectries. velours brora-I MEDICINE CABINETS Bathroom i, SPRINKLERS-f.r. .ro.e

circle Tuea. S p.m. Tnuri.. 2:3O: : Com to office and sign UP forscholarship. paint job. -Cleaning and waxingfloors West Side. Repair. 410 W I Church. DOORS-3' X $'5" x 1*,". fou telles. ... damask. .D Imitation fixtures; built In r-n boards I I lawn Florida P B\irpi"* a
44 Vs Church St.. Rm. 12. Ri.I I I School o Rat Estate our .plalt;. 8-4307. Gre. phone 7795.TILSPERMATILK I ALUMINUM used doors available now. leht leathers. High : m.te telephone rablnet. Smyth Lumber 630 W. Church S Phone 631$.
CASMEN WINDWS
Nellie wCb. office vhoas.lOU_ Law. 139 E Pine HOUSE-WINDOWS WAH maids INSTALLED on I Finest Cu.lt.. Scott. Inc.. W. Amelia; 2-2920 .I dais in .ood selection R 8. Brown. I Co.. N. Oln"e Railroad. SHEET ROCK-45 ..hHt..il' persquare
; and ouL Floors ", existing walls: for bath and kitch that new .. No rust or .t.ID. I 1 10 I 2911 N. Orange Ave. and box- ,, foot. 23OO
DOORS 2 factory built of I
/ 5O4. Florida I pl panel MATEllnn.uprln. Ie.tuc" AY
ALICE CAIU..DI-P.ooID hair '! 1C. Travel Information ed: palntln Bamberc. call en. Steel backed rust proof: can't Warehouse on 27th West white 28x6.8 at FIREPROOF GRATES and andirons: I : Moore '' Winter Park.
F Bank Bids. Snperfluoo permanently crack buckle or craze. Free estimate Blossom lS M & S Salrs | Ple. co CU.Ut :
removed. Phone 4406. I I 23095.l1UOHEY8 Call 24632. I ange i S12 Al supply of outside barbeque grills; P.lolon Furniture Co ,_2300 Edgewater Dr.
CONNECTICUT-March 17-24. tentlemaa Agency. Phone or 2-4157 the Ideal grille and
GAS and oil burner serv- | smaller dor. Roo Intercession flerl.e. fuel MATTRESSES Innenpring. box- RIPEN PADJTS. hnU'j; c30
BARBER BlVlCy chair ready .. to drive 1947 Cbevy. Ref i Ice and attic fan Installations. Call 1 TYPEWRITR SERVICE on any Temporary jMflca 31 W. Gore Ave iI j| City. f.. Je..n Mills and Nebraska. spring. S74 SO to S87 5 per setPelt cutters, eh.11. mandre '.ih'w-
serve you with fait efficient<< aerr erences. Box 63 8-8tar. for .!tm.IH: phn. 626. I I .. Genuine factoryRarts AIRPLANE MODELS-Motor* and accessories. DOORS Panel item 824.50. Mor FinalI pip yl. $-n 5.de .'-
and double
lee. All Onion Ibop. Wi clot at :5:30 '' supplied where necessary. Or glass; FIEPLCBEQUIPMENTA 11t e heas
HiOO-Laav1ni Peb. HO and 0 gauge railroads. I nial-
i screw drivrr wooj
CLEANED and hung and casement windows SmU Edn..te
cat repaired. M "r
1t I 230
Eait Side Barber Shop. 60 E. Church. HEATER Office Supply Co.. Agency for ples. -
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take t. online.. Pho'ns Racing and boat Haley'
and ,
t .111.I Oher 'PPIIDC. services. Work I Royal Typewriters. 29 E. Pine St e.r ;II ,order 1 our II.aK..d N.llr. LumberCo.N. Orange MEAT DISPLAY : by ,,, let* set* pip (lnss.; catiiepaddle
BOARD TOTJi R1PINQ bone at the HAVANA sad> Navaa by boat or R Phone 7364or Phone 5114. "Alex and Blake." 1 214 N. Orsnge.PlloneeOtO.APPLIANCESGas !|k.. FRUIT-BArK& -busnel and Hi TJle Fixture Corp.; Central. tarpaulins I trntf f.r* t.v-n-
Azalea Loot Stable. Caaaelberry.Da. plan Call Orlando Travel Service. 2-3021. .or night.I ranges. gsa ..te' DEWALT POWER de- i shipping type: I Cooling gtld Heating Co. gnishers Profile Supply Co 21 Bull

Color riding clearly marked. I IIS X. Central; dial 9504. j I HOME REPAIRS-.General repairs: I TREE SURGERY.and Winch service. I 1 he.ter. gas space he.t.r 'I''> I.rl. Phone SAWs. I' new; Amco Fed btom.. 3OO W Rbi I;! METAL OVERHEAD GARAGE i St.. phone 7124.
Free esti Dr.
_DIe trail*. Phone Winter Park. LOS ANOE. CA Leavin* e.Ukl. .Indo.. .ahed. reput- lIo..de IceDt.. Ph. .team *. kitchen ventilator DINING ROOM ; In. Ph 5663. i! doors-At reduced price while I !'I

9114-W. Peb. Ilk to help I repaired; I..n looted.Ucenced. 2-2524; ,. X. .And.ran.. 6469 1'f.l electric apace h..ter. home suite: twin St Uylnr GARDEN in 25 ft. and 50 ft prevent stock lasts. Bmyth Lumber '' SINKS all types flat rung slntl
INCOME TAX retard prepared. Reasonable I and shar expenses. Phone Bor.ded. .. Mrlanl. | freezer oil and gas : plete: breakfast set: wicker chairs lensth HOE Southern Stores. 693 1 Co. N. Oranee and Railroad. ,,, compartment doable compartment:
AND -'>
j' and Modern App'.lanrrs. with
rate. Strictly confidential. HOCS5 WAHE. with -steam. If TREE PALS. Trmmp I .space h.aerL N. pb shades; curtains: lamps: glider: ta- N. Orange An.IOALVA1UZED MOTORCYCLE-Barley Davidson. 40- d.lbard.. .sod cabinet sinks
< Inc. 428-30 I Cash or terms.
Malcolm B. Rout'. 23 W. Church fit. WISCONSIN. Levln Peb. I oD. the benefit rmond. Please phone N..ton Or.n. I;1 bles. etc : I to 12. 804 W. Yale Ave. |i WATER 61 In good shape. 401 PalmettoAve. t.
Iol 18 etret. ,2-2514.: _ _ PAI.r.I Libby & 711 W. Church.
derived from washing they all 3-14. Fe.ma.
Phone M7S.: Open evening I lath: room Write Box 97 S ij 10 to 18: fur jacket: t baterani: thermos Santord. Fla. I i
Btan gIving full Information. would have It done. It "rea"e. both UPHOLSTERING SERVICE Any ARTIST SUPPLttSr-Canvas. easels. I sEo.ta Lumber Co. N. Orange .JUl SOAP-Laundry. 5O-lb tub. 22r pet
crccouxleial TAX-a. 8ure-Oft aU paint and beauty: It's very reason- padding including sponge rubber new shipment onto;.. water color like new 14 t R.tro.d.GARDEN MOTOR.aUae. Maytas. Ideal for I lb. Telephone 4797 see 313 W.
deductlenal Call 2-3873.: "MaU- | TOtTNO MAN want ride to Houston sble. look like a new paint Job Expert workmanship free estimates set*. at n'". 11: brown chesterfield 14; blue HOSE-A good selection 25: Ilcnl.. 1..1 mover, or.ahn. I Carter St o
Me-Monday." Bookkeeping. Tax I or vicinity around the lit: food Steam Hout. Co.. Ph. Russ Mattress Co.. 1122 W. Church I' Oldd mea' suit ii.,. 40 HU r" Ay. !t and SO-Ioot length Knox stores PB. 4655.
W. Church. I on expense: Ph. W.a. Phone 2-2213. ASBESTOS SIDING: Red c d"Ide Co.. 25 E. Pine. Phone 23163.'OAVAIED I
Benrtce. 44 H In..r W h.1 2-3625.: DIAMOND RING-Ladles 1 karat. 20 MOVIES for the Home-News Parade II BOFABED Like
wall bevel pine I
PARKSB.-4pIrtaualIa Medium I 1 .hln"I. i point. Seasonable.Bol 95 WARS Pails adventure travel comicsBowstead's SnON lew.
MURIH. $ INCOME TAX WORK and bookkeeping UPHOLTRINGlp coven ref in ,Mills .".. __ st.r tub
readin dally. 2013: E. Waah- service. Books set and \hlnc. wihout obligation !I DRILL PRESS-Cr.ftm.a.Ich : .etc. In several .Iz. Camera Shop; 1039 N
I hubs Bt. Circle Thunder t P.m. I 17. Hauling and Moving Parker Business Service;. kp 2 C'1 W. Central i AQUELLA Makes porous munn chuck. Like : Xn. Stores Co., 25 E. Pine. Phone Oran e: c.1 2-1515. I Make' Kercick
I have
STEAM
watertight. Why not -
PIANO LESSONS Day or night i YAle INC.N.tioD"lel 1287. or 2-235J.: I Smyth Lumber Co.. N. Orange bt C J. Mcsdowr. 2-.i NAIL. 1 ppul.r. .ls.. S12 per K.ner.CANE working eondl-
Specialising in beclnnera. Orwln A I. INCOME TAX RtUr computed OPHOLTJI o and lip covers. i Railroad. DEEP FREEZE BOX. 8 cu. ft.; hermetically -i I OASOLINEENGINESndP06ti ) front dora: for private or 1.1 .a
1- O'7'r. .0. delivery sealed unit Freon 12 Wye- units for agricultural and industrial 1127 17th St. Phone 9733. ton. .
Manor aeetlon. Phone for Individual f.rerL j unle. I : ; ) W. with
Storage A bUDe. ROOFING 5-V and Corrugated r. ,pl.ce .
ca W.rhol I Pearc Upholstering Shop. { ALUMINUM koffs Hdw.. 2524 Kuhl. Installation. Florida Pipe & OIL good condiI -
ROOM. board And ear t* invalid la for-free on your etc. George A. n 34 I. 0. 36 : Aluminum and Steel Overhead RANGEPor.ne. uni. HoUe Cbnre' C.15 W.
NU.t Orange Blossom Trail 0118.ijALE5Workbenrhes. .
W. Church: .
phone 2-O948. j ; I Supply Co. 630 I High- ..
nice private horns of graduate distance 1110.1.. 161 W. JacksonSt. ance garage door; Metal louvrr ELECTRIC RANGE. 0 E.: In co j!, I 1 ton.. Cene7
nurse; Box 35: B-8tar. .. kind I VENETIAN BLINDS REPAI''Milts A Nebraska. condition: please telephone O. 85 and from Fort PU Statio.l I TIMBER, 5" i :5x 12" long:
LCSE CNTCORAn. refinished; Maxwell Ave. Steel S10 and 113.Sho. ORANGE JUICERS Electric and
TRANSIT and or 830 810. clo.t. : for porch or garage. Floyd
MAYFLOWER CO.- hoi
AERO for the
8TRACK-1 Self aerrice laundry; movlnc. Call Joiner repairing; .buUdl..pIDtlC call ploye*. Orlando Venetian Blind Mfg ATC PANSPp.r Installing an ELECTRIC SPACE HEATERS heating 'i: 82.50. offc ehar.I i hand type. H. H. Parrish Hardware .lo B. 13. Winter Park: ea
.
L..a dllt.8tra.. .nie for free I C. W. Fleming '51. I I Co. 1739 8. Kuhl: 8059. i I attic fan in your home. We will also I pads electric automatic irons. At I IWyckoff's I;I $ up. New. 9x12 1:0 .ah i 220 8. Orange. Phone 2.184.'I OI.n.o .. Aloma subdi

modem and convenient hour S .t.t Il 10.1.. storaae. LOTS CLEARED For planting WASHING MACHINE 6JRVCfflell the complete IDEI.I.Uon. Or- Hdw.. 2524 Kuhl. !i: Nails roll roofing shingles winter OUTBOARD h.p Evinrude: excellent -
a of
.0 &14OO lawns etc. Grading and top soil Maytac service de, h.ndl Appliance Co,. N ELECTRIC TOASTERS S2 25 up; dec- bestos. Smih'.. I.r side Raymond*. 'I condition. Will oemonstrate.2O4 ; TIRES AND TUBES-S. 650 16. 6-Ply:
..... .. S p.... Monday and Wednos- a Division; ph. '111. Phone Eddlnger. 2-4406: expert workmanship to Barton Radio Service (nex ;i Orange Phone 4537. trie mixers and electric irons. 1'Garden of W. Concord. | 3-burner oil burger Nesco. o lest

HERTZ : rlghtprtces.LAWN 1 Colony Theater). winter Park. 93. I cookie jar. MIn I Fair Stor. 10 W. T I I IEGARBAGEcNS2 oars. 6. 6H and 7- pslr EDS..1 riding boon. .t 8'-..
OARH.rd.o
day ttUbU untIl S pja. lit W. WashIntton. a 1&EUn.V8TReDt te" AND GARDEN SERVICE-W* WASHING MCnRP ATIQUDr..d.D t set. Thumbprint ELECTRIC HOT WATER Cureh.HEATERi ,i gallon 1 Co.. 25 E. Pine. 1.11. gabardine ladle suit
Service on I ware. 220 8. Orange. Phone | I I .: *4 folding rolloway bed
.HIL. stake body. 1. BOrange. oIler an.. caretaker. service with compote. Pair old Eil brass i 15-gallon capacity. See 1312Brookhaven 2164.GRAPEFnKt" Phone 2-3163. .1.
library table Army field; shoes
corner Washington &lidB..he Phone 2.4064. Al E candlesticks. Serves 8talnl- : pr.
modern equipment. Oar- .r..we Wlg.ln USI.pe', model
motrl phone Dr. .. OUAR MOTOR-t. ; 7VC; fur Australian fox, Use
220
I Idea or 824. I set Theor Haviland Dla i i1ond iI 1 Hed. .itb 12 ft I 9O7 cot.
Ph. 8934 10UBE'S t.1 plot pr.p.r .uU..te. PLATES Simile 38.
? er.t. *moYn. i brk.a l.D Ca WELL DRLGL' ua drill jour e..men' rttic. Phone 8024. fCICOT S. prange Phone 2-14. Pine Castle plywood boat; all In nn A.ond.l.TJ
I II
agent Lone DistanceMovint. Albert (Bud> Marek. 441 1or- well 1.la pump for I ...1.15. up. T.F.lr GARDEN ft and 50 ft class condition: 2404 E. CHAINS-Zlne pl.t hieV
WIDISH AND MEDICAL Uassagea 506 Mac. home or Easy Store. 10 W. I HOSED5 H. Parrish
St. D.1 4965. mation. Irt".tloD pam.nu.Dothlnc I AWNINGS. porch curtains. wenetlsnblinds. lengths. Store 692 ORIENTAL RUGS-One year old not dut. H .
;
aienderUina; cabinet !bath; treatmenu : month to pay I i glider ring. Phone 9828.i ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS all 8. Phone 2-1841.
LOAD WANTED to Ohio or any MACHINE SHOP I N. Orange Ave.OOLPCLUBSMan's 2. 9x12: .41.. .
for arthritis ana _azIUl. Woo A REAI Belmany Well Drilling and Pump I i Florida Awning 432 8. Huchey. popular sixes at attractive prices. .ahe. 1 3. WD 9 International dleseT
Co.
Kentucky. LeavIng Peb. Pipe electric matched Ave.I .
Gilbert. rooIaIdnd 111........ 120 W. pint t & &e.de. I SUPPU. winter Garden Rd 1 I II Walter J. Wlco.. Inc.. 61 E. Robinson I : 6 TCR good as bet
yale. 2-2918. Ladle sal'. 1 8t. and acetylene .ld. Cob. ';east of Orb Orlando mil' Ave.. Bobby Jones IrDS lut.r. 3 woods.leather I PAINT-Whit* outside and Interior Complt.l. rbut..
Vlt. PotoUI.ELECIC Inspected at
lONG DISTANCE MOVING All Machinery Co. 138 St. I '08' BOX FILES with A to Z Inoe. 81 10 golf bag: &$. I net. Johns Rdw. 2208 rc 12.7S b
VIA VI PRODUCTS .14 MeteaQB14c. I 13 8 WATER 3O- I Kd..te. Ph0n .. fo
with furb
..... points. Packing crating local 1110. MUSICAL ISTt ReP.I i WASHING I Check George HEATE GARBAGE gallon capacity: Dr. Phone 2-0915.
Phone 8452 from 8:30: tac. Buddatb MACHINE SEVICEFa. Mlln St.. phone 6158. I I .I .au..m el CANSO er information.Magnolia_ Jne. I
Mavln Storat i
i Stores. 692 I
M'lrllde Ar.de. ton parts $2 98: PUMPS electric deep and
hum 4:3O pjn.. Sat. by appointment. 115 W. Columbia. Phone C Io.ad.fer. uod. ers: n.. get them while they Gr. I.n. TOILET
6154.MOVK >
Pon. 2-2.0. I personnel. Complete refinishing *ervI BICYCLE-Msn's 20ID.h. In good Ust. Al WI.1. 2014 E. Kaley: ) Ornr.. .u E. p.menu dow toilet SA-Frlto. R.mel
IT YOURRELP Bic. roomy MATTRESSES IWE- A. trperenewed. I Ire on refriertor. washing ma- .dltOI S. Ed.-at.I I II' r"on. 624.fRIC TOOLS Complete line: and .i.ttle as per month. Bel I dOl'.
la bracer eoaoccted Orange and
W. HCURUM BO j
trailer for low I I chine and all Drive. | GARDE" Well A
We Pump
with Kraft Poultry Plant. rat Rat a* .a b. felt other major appli.flcesBritt5.Oeneral WATER COOLERS by I sprinkler hoes etc. Flrestone. many Dln. S"P"I.
81.50 a day. innenpring. cotton and m hoe. Winter .. 1 mile
carloads 4W. 5. 54.
i : Concord.
Pr Orange and Gard.n
h.J .
f47 orante Are. Winter Park.W. lag see Han come of 8ut rubber too. Russ Mattress Co.. 1122 Church_ 892. Eletr. 1\I'I BATHOBS2. ub.Also 1 carload laratories. so why not buy. Summer today? Walter la here J.Wileox. Orlo Vista. Orlsndoph. '01. TI- Remington L C.
P. zLLY. Reiatr SurveiriMi and W. Phone WASHING Libby Freeman. 711 W .
OcJ ht. Churlh. 2-223. I 'Dd. Phone
Inc 61 E. Robinson
oppositePostoffire.
1 PARK PLNER12.x.
S church and MaIn Arcade. Phone fit OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRED W* rep.1 MCHIE. REPA1 Church St. MOTORS-Wisconsin. J Dr.PIAN Smith or tndero Why wait for

TRUCK FOR RENT-General hauling Phone our s..t Departmentwhen P.M rflDlI All work cart anchors life saving OA8I P. 0 h.p., In stork. HIghway Rea
34.T IT MAT CONCERN-The -Please phone Winter Park. 483. your m.ebln need rp.l.Chek .- BAT OA.. motors. Equipment Supply Co. 1016 rand Chai.. aUef. 'I 8 hard to .e new machine when ,0
Hari outl.rd .
located at 1220 W. Chach8U .. 707 RP.1 Snic. IDbl Ior ln
VETERAN with N. Mills; See at Wyckofts Kuhl.
W TOC desires -tu." 1 ___ EGG flour : rolllnqpins W Church St. get good used Immdlstely. -
by Trr Clark and Prank short St.. phone 8158. BEATR .iUn 50. can a oa*
o.n to haul __ ,
WASHIO-M'E BOAT-24 ft : inch mahogany Godfrey
biutneu Orani run-.but PAPER DRAPES 26 yards long I
U .prnkln" "D. -
Motor dom la .for *al* furniture what lumber, cement bo'. or OUTBOARD "OTOR RA I RPA! hul H.t I: 75 HP.Scipps Hardware. 2- washable, fade-proof name resistant Let us show you our stock. PI*.
&add Ph.
you. 20371.CAN All make sonable i
thru ral and broker Bl K.r.. ral. J. R. Harrell'a. West ; 11.20. Harold 3317. GAS RANGE-4-burner with oven: S1.49 a pair. H. H. Parrish
.taw .
c.ncl any lU' en ibl a proper HNDL part load t Cleve 8PM EqulpmeDt Plant. 8t Sid 40 W. Gore Ave.. 7795 V. Condlc Realtor. Central. A-l condition: see from 5 to 7:30 Hard..r. 220 8. Orange. Phone Business Equip. C 390 H. Cranes

7.. S. .: I Ch..o or en rout "el 8th 2.R.d.PIO i 16137.I _ pm.. 825 Kenllworth Terrace.GAS 2-184.
1
Fred Clark l.n ld to New ea TUNING-Master technician I SI. Good Things to Eat I; BED FOR SALE .iron complete: P.1 HEATER-Radiant; .oc 815. POWER Logan metal lathes AT.. Phone .
rout Pulford Van A Stor ,. 84. Repairing TOL. II
10t raa.11 I 815: can be seen at 712 Arln.ton Whit. evening coat. $ and DeWalt saws, Thor
I I% Lost and Found age Co.. 13 Main; 5285.ip. B"e. 441 North Huhe BUl'ltHED-PECAN ICE CREAM-We BABY CRIBS-Youth beds: baasioettes I ELECTRIC WATER BEATERS wool coat. 810. Mornings. 2-0250. and .h.Ir.tol portable electric TIRES 5-' x IS tire and

2.11. ; make our own. Pit to carry home mayer carriages and playpens. i GAS ROOM Radiant drills screw .. disc lader tubes. Inquire Mt- Dora Fish Camp
; BXLL7OLD LOST-Browa. Services OfferedAWNINONSpeclal PAINTING ana decorating; plaster i 1 i with Avenue.CIlKUS you.. lDe, 111 N. Orange Youth Center. 66 N. Orante. I Now. in stork Immediate dplnn..U .bl; for HEATER bottled .. I J D. Pease. Ph. 3753. Mon' Dr.. I Mt. Dora.TRACTOR.
Ct patching. and bonded : sixes of water
1 ,
approximately '1OO. boat Ucse 2 he.ter. .I yours today while they las i PIANO Baldwin representative I I -FarmaQ; band Dew; never
designs of Orlando mans; 2 pair high laced: j
10
Service gallon beaten from
I paw, Are between Par -and PreatoaAve. vidual beauty on each home..1- IMat.D.De FRUIT, or.nn. grapefruit BT. riding boot 9-D. : o r.t W.lte J. Wileox Inc.. 61 E We build and rrfinlsh. New I I been used. Standard 4 wheeLPlease ,
I enj phone and tangerine EndUh &z your 110 volt house Also r.nt
Alien registration card 1 content 9684 Ventilated Awnings Orlando. 1"1. 11 1740 Delaney 11.0 per bue 810 to $20. C.I 6018. large 30 and 40 gallon eurrnt. Sold In. oPPol. l'ortoff Ice. and pl..o Robinson Music I I phone 46S5.THERMOMETERS .
o PAINTING and furniture
Reward. Phone 2-0331. j deor.tnc; and oven Co.. 531 N. ..
OAS
115. X. .
RID 1 Chuch. spraying: best inside and CITRUS BARBER"CHAIR-Good condition 845.i on eOD.e1eat terms .I 12J STOVElurnr. O.a. Genuine Taylor
904 South
BOLOVA WAT LT-LI.pink AR CK RAE Any out. J. T. B.tt.1612 Illinois phono FOI-.t and. delicious i 610 IfU. An. Mt. Dra. Rex weekly. ; PIPE portable lock joint and slip I I Uerom.tr. 50e and up. Knox
Oran ; 85c !busheL Division Stret. for grove and I Pine. Phone 2-3163.
Vlelt. 7872.PAINTTNO f.r ltrl
co..ar. 10.o M B-8t,.1. .e.ind. We fix everrthinc. "ulp R. .Interior. 1]'81.75 Come and bushel pick ''I own. We ship for I Stokton. n. wide Associated Stores. 14 N. Or.nl Aye. GAS STOVE-New Butane: apt. size. jolt. Pipe ft Supply l.a-. I TYPEWRITER- ;
exterior eusll- plus .rlol DlilH
; express BROADFT
eha.e. I Phone 5300. 875.: O. W. Martin. W. Church .
LOST Whit pair Shop. 48 W. Ph. ;
CAT Pa 1 Pear C.ntra. I ty materials For free estimatesplease 219 N. Tampa corner W. Washington 5 running Rosd. north of C.non-K. 118.PUPHome new. 19.:15: plus t..
old Reward. Lost frm 61 Broad AWNINOS. Traie Canopies. Tar call 2-4287. : dial 2-4074. I, Avdoysn Rug :2501 EdgewsterDr. Alrpn water system: Flor ... .
4672. pu1. Blinds. Window I FROZErf 21215.BIRI0. GARDEN TRACTOR new Planet 3;. Supply Co- 630 W.Church I TABLE SETS-Porcelain top, red and
COCKER PUPPY Robert Bra PAINTING-Interior and exterior iTART. old f.sh model HA., 4.to S H-P-: Includes : phone 6118. i
BPANUL 1O8T V.t made and repaired plenty IonI kind b. p.; Ray No. 1 oil I i white: black and white. I" &
screens ;
Black. VKinlty Veil aid Lake ersnr business. 706 8 W. Smith: 2-9, Cissell boiler EC C PUMP. TANK disc, plow, cultivator plow and harrow PRUNING blade. H. Moore Furniture Co..
of ; licensed sod fresh f. Laaey's. ; | C.1 23 Id..aterD
149 N. .
m.trl.l bnde Orange gr : ; well sell at original cost; IAW&"e .
KUlarnc Liberal reward. Pbon .
AUTO SERVICE-One day service sotooth. B.me. Ave. I: full automatic : : ph. 2-6021 fter 5'30 p m. .5 H. H.rd..r. 220 ouU
Park. 131-W.
Winter .. or other ears palnung.T dull Cle.nel 204 Ridgewood Orange. Phone I VENETIAN new elee-
DOG LOST-PO terrier white and T body work wheel balancing: slmonlsIn PAINT-Our less.work ia'cuaranted; our GRAPEFRUIT-Nice. Juicy ripe far RaHnd 2-106. ELECTRIC MOTOR-. b p., 828; 16' O. I. 8ALE3 Work benches, .: and PAINT-Topper 2.114. flat paint; ...BUND. 1 .10 t7
brown: to "".1._"' *. or annum else. Slivers Pon price are Phone '''a.I home u..: also Juice orances for BOATS-12-foot Inboard good post and kicker 16 Emerson radio. 810. etrel closet 810 and SIS. white and Ilde.. :55 pn\gallon: sum, window .ala
about pounm. Phone .Wel.b I t.e C2 W. ColonialDr._ 2-2310. I PIANO TUNING rebuilding! factory hame use; II per bo., brine your engine speed bat electric 15-tube: like new. S6S. Apopka.. Shoes. 1.5. Desk and office ch.1 floor and deck high quality Ad. bld. orang Ave. et
3 170. t9
FOUND ALLIS CHALMERS SERVICE j technician. 1810 8. Orange Blossom basket. We pack and ship eve'j- motors II-fot; Brtsgs ea. b.t. in. metal Ocoee road: near Johnson S3 up. rug e 820 each. NaIl i selectTorr. olors. 81.30 quart. .0. .
DOO8 bird between an* I PI I
Ktadmmee and .dOl. O.De p.n tractor and power units I I T. 5783; L Br.aeheu.I .her our famous tree npn.d fri turning lathe with, .eee.rl.. Camp: A. G roll roofing IDCI. and .b.t I per gallon. Knox Stores Co25 E. BLIirDS-28', 30", 32",
.,
may claim !by paylnc for ad at 2nd I Home Machinery Co..430 PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY and letter from our own grove King Frit Swap Shop. 120 W. Pine. ELECTRIC : AU type Smih' left ade .. Oadea Pine St. PhorV 23133.PUMPSShallol VENEAN 38" .Idth with .Iumlnw

home off MichUan at Homeland Ave. W. Robinson; phon. 2.l1.: I writing Hnle. P.rte. BusinessService Co.. 1401 W. Washington phone BOATS row. plywood: and v-Bot- 1?" \ Don't overlook this R.d. west of RJDd' deep well: 1in. %'.- slat blnde 86 < the factory,
'26.ORG i opportunity for good bargain. Orlando 1739 Are dial BOS9. Orlando -
SAWS PURSX LcshT-Contiii AUTO oi8Pt channel* and 21'7.PAEGIG torn skiffs with 2-cyllnder opposed OALVANIE WAREPall tub pipe for veils W. A. dory 418 -
__e.. 8.8. card. 3olMa.. wait. Reliable amp shown. 5 bushel; t..enn. air-cooled Onan Inboard motors: Appliance Co- Inc. :210 N. c.n. W. Robinson phi 8712. Venetian Blind ManufacturingCo.
Albert Sidney *.i.. rewatd Paint and Glass. West Pin workman- t.ncelo. 81 ranging from 880 to 8545. Be..Ufu j Orange. Phone 4537. Stores Co.. 15 Pine. Phone 2-310. PAINT on Sale Vt reasonable prices. .

i returned to Sent4ns3..SIarOfflc.. Street. thlp. Phone 2.889.PLUMIGWN' fruit !lle S. H Clark. Wiadermere. family boat, ready for de ESTERBROOK FOUNTAIN PEN desk GARDEN TOOLS Hoes n"e. Complete stock VENETIAN BD ManufacturedIn

SMALL CAMERA LOST Sunday to I ACETYLENE and electric weldinc Central Plumbing > livery. Pine Castle Boat Construction art*. 82. Check with George Stuart. shovels eultntor etc. Knox tide 1Dluclac.. out ... built. Metal-
; BryanDay I ORANGE JUICE Fresh Co.. phone 2-2465. 13 8. Main SU. phone 8158. Stores Co.. PI 2-3163 Paint.hl..n 4O7 S. 7-day Coo Delivery. .
Lola! Park. Return 204 Jeiferaon machine work on saw mills C. 1 I. 4aJ Ideal Pone O.n.e. 2-378O. I II detnn. WoI.
Court HowL Reward.t and road puP. ; 2-2236: Night for parties and 1:1c.: BICYCLES Olrl Firestone Flying LCIcRNS AutomatIc GOLF CLUBS-4 Spalding "Jimmy RADIO-Console. beautiful comblnatlon. BUDd meant installedwithin
WILL WHO FOUND ladles' I aluminum and brass castin "eK I gallon. The Fruit Basket. 40 N. DI- Ace: '.5.S. Firestone, Orange and travel ton. Thomson woods: 9 Walter Ragen"Mr like new. Priced right. 2204 I I IEd..te ': mie. Estimate
PAT wrist watch, in ney Machine Work 131 W. K.le PAINT ESTIMATES-.Color gagge- Blossom Trail: ph. 4373. Concord. Wilson Leonard Hardware.. 4 Own" ton Wilson indestructobag. I Drive. Phone 2-1602. I without obl..tn Orlando Venetian
or I I Central. Phone Mf,. .. 5. KuhJ.: 8059.
Like All 8135. No. 6Backspla Blind
Tues. p.m.. contact 'BU CLAY ROADS or repair old i tions. Relabl. painters ra j ORANOES. crpefnlt BROADFELT Best in quality in 2-2187. le. rec- 139
lear. Pa Oflc.. Ocnersl Deli la your crove before your |! mended B.th 1. At Olldden'a. ta.eJ tr rpae.t.n.er rad. sand blue-green and burgundy EXTENSION LDE.step ladder off Par Are. RDIORECOR 839 n.I |I VENETIAN BLINDS manufactured la

Tampa. P1*. Ample r.ad."WI fiscal year expire In order to be .hp; 8.75 per bo. PI 140. Iolr. 82.49 a square yard at Glid-1 all weight roln,. screening GOLF CLUBS and bag. Two h.m needlet: Wyckoff* Hdw.. 2524 KohL I f[ our 0.1 modern 11.Cu or1

took peckase abl. toud It from your Income! RADIOS REPAIRED t 18 hour A. t I |I outside and p.lat WIlson mocks; flier's crash ln41 type. I RUBBER STAMPS for any purpose; '' terms mOlth. fr
PEN .b I .
by tax. Dra.l. !bulldozer crde.i service Work .u.r.at. Pe"up'Dd LUNCH AT LANEY3 Help serve BEDROOM SUITE-Solid In.d oak. Leonard Hardware. Central Telephone 8024. 2-day delivery. Rotary urn estimates Venetian
return to David .ltt. tncb fi rock. R. B. ..- delivery. I yourself and save both time and I Twin or double beds. Rome 2211.i GAS RANGENe. Oriole. See 2515 date stamps and .mpl. C. 104 1. Kaley Ave dial 2-4167

E. Pin. Phone S450. R.ad.H.rde.12 Son: O. Box 1259. Ph. 20 W. Church. Phone 4652. money. Laney. 149 N. Orange Ave. Store. 458 14. Orsnes A; Phone I I i PIR Sale price that are Saford Phone 1174-W i i Orlando Office .utom.tl.. 29 I. : WINDOW FAN-20-inch EirS

6941; 1413 X. Central Ave.. Orlando.BEAD RIO REPAIRS-AU work cu.rn I, We 2-78. ;I I pr..U at Slaughter Furnl-- daye. and 935 .f.r pm. Pine St phone :5114. "Alex and'Blake. j Walter 3. Wileox. Ine.

AND PUR STRINGING. t 24 hour service; pick ... TMPLTempl.Templ.Ar Fruit : CASH REGITR Florida Cash i I I toledo.. 48 w. CentraL I GAS RANGE new Dale table top. i Robinson Ave.

You can your jewelry and ..tc "pi cuaraateed. delnn. Wilkes Radio. 1204 ColJ i I 5 W. Central.Ll T. R.llt.r. ; sales MnIt. i FENCE Cypress I 1 Phone 7517 .ae* 51 Chriator | REFRIGERATOR Electric. KelvlI WATER PP. deep or ehloW

pace Kotrady's. Marude Are.CARPENTRY. J. oD.1 D. phone 8515.I I ALLEN GROVE Temple oraneeaI lupple.: 220 B. Main; 8850. I 3 to 4 PT.. SIS per fID. Place. I I astor. A-l condition. On Cheney I II well; p nr.. or .1. &
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Want Ad by Telephone PANNGAIUr.tlo.I i RIO REPAIRS-24-hr. service: all I I fresh from the trees. Wonderful for I CLOTHES BAK& Large else 1 S in. butt. 825 ; 100. Will cut any I; BOUSE to b* moved 4 room; culled I highway. 2 mile from Signal Hilt' Wyckoff' 2524

general I..nd Rt 1"I guaranteed. A WI.III.2014 I home use. We also pack and ship. split, $ .': "tr.* Co.. 25: E. 1.IU or size LUlv Co. ;'I to rural district. Phone 527-W. Apply st Farrcll's Berries Station, 011 I
a Dial, UG B 53. Jlt.lc E Kale A... 847. I Lake Underhill Drive. Phone 7684. .. Phone 2-3163. i Iln winter I.rk SI. I Winter Park. I right. I (Continued On Next Pate !.

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Phone I I. CLAUDE CAM AN ORWIN MANOR-Here to a SOUTHEAST-Buy this homey
ma fa. ma O1 two working girls, close in. Cad 3-bedroom home, completelyfurnished .INSERT QUILUN"Bill b..t1' 1u NEAR FLORIDA SAl''A-
prewar bungalow !I I! house on huh cool let
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I 215. SN' 2-2441. ext. 62 or : Itt moer .nu.t I room bungalow
from frecedlnc Pare) AAT-r U had.o large by to to thru the winters -
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o ple lot
'1 f floors 1' .rDe Owner leaving
Nlc .ttt.
PIGSp45s to 87.50 small fur dt. be.tr. 81tl and pf
1. 0 pine larre bedrooms sot too large requires
M h H. I I
pl and
ated In Realtor
Call after 5. 2626 J couple ehil- O. mo cal.bl room with fireplace I mum o< upkeep and has :t- K SIt.

U. Arlde for Sale by .t &Michigan. drD It. LImIt 865 Phone 2- 7n I garage locations, .o nice. ..cnr lt Dbl. hardwood floors tile bath, central I>niahmss with electric klta A I 32 E.

I FOR SALE-1 BOUSE WANTED.-peomanen1. Fur .pameDt beat and lovely breezeway connecting lo Call 0 i o ; electric
WALL SAFES-Absolutely fire andburgular Guernsey bn plr.br e.rl.rre, nished. 3 or 4-bedrooms. Adults I plewl fa.Prc. 'U.O. .U garage A home that juxtirlexpride R.lt.11.0.2-2 1O9 E H.r-Mr Pe. !1 3O :;road; pr..t"kb.1.1..

proof capacity average calve Intluding c Call Winter 747RHOUSE 'er. Paln. l. of possession. P 11.0.1 UNIVERSITY I SMI Y
Broker 456 URTVE Near Prince-1 'r
A d.1 ewpeDt &Do
vaJty deposit box. Can be BD1255. terms. Jamerson and furnished
i
W OR s or 6-room. Close I ton SchooL Among other delightful $.0 : 18 uabe
"> new or old construction.h.Spl i tilo. 1 McCormack-Deerinc -t to school : 70 E. Central Phone A. T. Buster) W .
V Reliablecouple this 2-bedroom, )
$4 It 00. eaO-Mills ter. 2 Surge milking & with 7-year b COLLEGE PARK-Special for gulchaale.2bedroom Carter 9516 re. I com- I VD. F.
Permanent J All
:' equipment brick bunsalow. PARK LAKE la this highly > re.t bUDa. I S-ROOM BUNGALOW AU modern
desirable i
Limit -
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Electric U 'ePr hr.ertl fdent S6O Phone 4194 room :
WAn .1 I i 8-8tmr. o eomforbl excellent eon- section and only three I 1d and all Good l.tlD .
fat. blocks fllhe
I
trailer: r bb er| aD B 8. i '(I J landscaped pr!could b used .xtra ,
b p. 1 I HOUSE W bedroom fur- grounds. e D from CoIDlt.D stores .D H1UI 1I 1 Nicely lot and cit I 1525. with Real Estate
1/6t 2U Rob t lads.p
A3
Jer I
1280-20th. I 40 Pet Stock and Supplies IIPI.wl crest !o hU: rus. Price Jamersonand .o V.tr.D'
f. 1 j nte .dlt permanent, telei 8 Beep Tire, Realtor : with front door Carter 10. wr' ..Central. I A.ncy.. 2 Co st dial \

WASHING MACHINE Spin j jtype BOSTON old I 815.BUSE 1 W. Washington. 114 I attractive & r interior and 15 i I Phone A. T. Ratr. 9516.WASHINGTOK -
PIDt
s Bvtr C.rr.
almost new $ 1J j verdowu ; prefer anlurnished. family foot square porch at rear is I NEW 5-ROOM-Cement block house
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Please phone 2521 today. 1 I Florida 1 ..t adult*. Pleas call 2-2864 o CEK PARK 725 Delaney Park { 0. 0 Ue plea tautest homes wehave j and No Tampa. completed 2 acres od truck
5112.P I room lavatories: I I
furnished: quick ( if you don% need that tae & land Price 1-3 caah. balance
HOSE-100 feet of oJ COCKER SPA M.1 1 year 1 I possession. 6 & 2 o 1, third bedroom with separate I laundry .d .. 2 screened like 1 5 ,
WAT unfurnished house prch.h.rd U enf W. M Ages
djty. telephone Id. Pum.r. Cheap FRH o floorsnew (trance at the front good I Ii porches: hot water Owner j rn..
.5. moneymaker .atm.t Rt 146-W
$ George .P praneDt residents; call Fer .o .1lr Ite. o I north of Cannon
WASH PA.nt. bra and I 2"11. 8t I II \I 9752I r. 7S-fU o 1 besides Price $12.50O 00 I I!I.WET blDk-By ..ne.S-room home. i Mills AirportBEAUTIFUL .
I COCKER SPANIEL months old palm, landscaped Can 2-2380.1 I
glass. c I REPINED O'H.r.-Mor R.ltr cODdlUoo ;
l I 1 1I I LADY Wants 1e asI dlt.o HOVE on Floral Drive,
black phone 3-0941. I 1 block
2 E. Pin. Phone 2316. Pr or i! Kitchenette, reference Call = y.rd T coi.eUoD I j 110 PP.PNE I phone t atr. and ahol 142., with all modern conveniences-
: i
I Winter Park room and bath: 154.WIT place
WATER atic. 3. 5 T3Ju:1 I COCKER SPAN PUPS-8 week i iI I 1 1I I SMALL Phone seen Owner any time 11.0. ** cash nIt Is queer that a m and Jane a happily CAST. quirk sale 15 PARK-.-6-room bUD.lo.: Mrl.lyy.you will Broker like Priced E. at $1.6.'.
8443 I
tci.dbat. !I old Pla o champion .t. I.I I APrPpd_for occupancy couple I COLLEGE This 3-bedroom I brpthers mae real married. They. can sit together William and you Matthews actually with name U t. 3 hol. tile living construction; U rol, IF Ih THE MARKET 6 lo a home we

V.su. Theater I 2-38. i no pet or children. PAK As bd. rom. daOD. rom have them from $ high
Permanent goodas ins 206 S.
Phone 8136WATEB I: SPANIEL resident No I bun..I. .boUt In 111. is .t .omen. tre. j and content without : 181. I.U br.Ua a- you want to ..
CE P rom. Itheo go
HEATEHS-Oas. &tmaU f buf.pdir a r..1 at R. i I i I Northeast : 18tf if : or. 'r.c.e. cl.n and on Ma Is she c't get along I i I b feU.Ile !I PIKE CASTLE-2-tenement house, I Kn.l. .ra 1. Wn Call 3 E. Pine: 0631.I 817ton. Ra. ,
Price of 6018.
Club : .tr.t bome. with they hare to keep talkinV upper has 4 rooms and bath tow
20 and 3O-gallon Knox 8te c!IWIW 1. L.ln t Count furnished and when .pt can be $10. Includes equipment a single ster-i-Iaw.- I BLS0ALOWST1 bedrooms.
er 3 and bath
road & ; newly finished WINTER
25 E Pine Phone 2-3163 L t Lk M. rom. PARK -Just completed. quiet
'Bz I. 8ta.I 1 Realtor. N. Or- near bus line
"oboon 14 inside and out with new bathroom lo.tID. 1415
and 24x16 I S.Dord. WANTED By refined permanent ante: n. Homea** ,151. lovely .tucc bunl.I. furnished; Only $ liberal
81. 5 .
blocks from
6B-24I. I DOG FOOD. and X-ceU doc I I "Splh eUpment aol porch balance ter 0
whit : White
trade I Kbbl | business woman. room with private CLOSE IN-84250. Modern Rouses for Sale 51. Houses for Sale I stores on bus ane Bros. .. 1.
pine in gtock now at $6.SO pair Roeco remedies .appU Orlando bath; nIce clone 2-b t laundry facilities I.t. posses N Mills:
FlarINDOWS X-Cel Store I I IFEMALK I t bome t. Refer'I room bungalow. PloD Rpr. !'I I Orlando: 17 bearing orange sion. Home set of small 2-16 _
Jewell. Intercession CItY j races ec.nnd Writ 102 Broker, Church EAST SICK Owner le..ln town loaded with fruit "OY in at once citrus i cDwr I
grove includedat
AU cyprew standard COCKER 8-6tar 2-3433 Ma Aa. want* to sell fu' ;LAKE MAITLAND-AU the splendorand and have good from rented present crop TWO BATHS ranch type Bungalow

sixes for immediate delivery -I: black puppy or :rui. t I I bedroom moer fra. hm. I charm of the Old South i I apartment Price. $4 800 Ph. 2-2465 prce., $ o for E.quick sale J. Lin- WalkIng dl.D. of town. Big and
muonry Robinson. 68J6
made to order 775 Sanford. THREE CLNI1QWNMoe. $ in this modernized cOD R.ltr. 20 roomy
t- iizs B OR PU houses for next tot. 8.5 Ter C.nD.u.b c.Ptue Suter FINE CASTLE-Neat 4-room cottage UouD. 2-1993. FenneU.
Also door frames: prompt I FROZEN. HORSE-MEAT for pet*. : 2.r 3 Rental 2-bom porch crer 438. home. 4 bedrooms. b.th Lot 200x300 ft. Garden: orange WIT CPAR-2O KeDtucIYAY. Broker .
mont.
aervie a orders. 1120 17th Hill i" in 1 and 2tt-lb refrigera $300 per 120. t Lr. arDed-t .ol nr. CAST SIB3. frame, far- I Ilon 'i' Approximately 2"4 acres of trees. possession. $2OOO rom.

none 9732ABH St'j tot pack 25e lb. Brownie Kennel 3 bedroom homes. CaU R .Stewart sonable offer Corner East Excellent I I i splendor sloping to watera edge cash. Imel.t Herman citrus trees: lot 50x150, t.& and 6-ROOM HOUSE: bath: 2-acreened
1
W : Dambr Shop Mal and Magnolia I m Broker. Exclusive Agent. Amelia and .pt.. e Terms. Hughes or KnisaU with boat house dock and a maenificeot M.. Wtl. 677 N. G, terms; by o.ner.WINT porches. 10-acres of land 40 fruit
Oa.e
$12.. ThaJ. Hrd.a. : PUPPY old buU and fox 7152 or 2-0271. &Cncrd: 5034 lake-view Excellent condi- I 9855 1 1PIEY PAK-Nea High Sho tree* Priced to sell $6800 See ownrr -
Pat
I. ur.n H. rmy 2-181. -. mODth young boy Plentyof I' SECTION Most ..tt t i, tion throughout Special at $37.500 RIDGE ROAD-A few tt easy Curryford Road Rt 4. Box 522
EEAT Shown by appointment H C. of ,
stock win fit I pep. Female. $10. Phone 6957 or CONWAY SECflON-Lake B.b: Lovely location m. t 3-bedroom unfurnished WINTER PARK
'WALLPAPER-Our jour view duplex bunsa- on : -A real value in this
cock. Jr. with Robert R
needs. Orlando Paint and Wa see at 805 Langston Court. I 51. Houses for SaleADAIRSECTION.8.roomhoumat I II I home Large Plot. Perfect low you'11 3bm fid $.oer 10. Check tor. w. T.R.1 i I room concrete block bungalow Floor with baD..I.. A good buy for only S85OO three-bedroom home Beautifully

paper Co.. 36 E l __ I I PPI Doberman Phe. Amer- 'I eODdtla Only 15. You cant af- I this for values. DD Dudley. 1 W.ato Ip' 'um.c fireplace with H..ta-Ltr with Ur." C.I C.rlott. C.Winter Smith landscaped corner Owner transferred

WINDOWS In Immediate Club Cham- j I I 1315 m Act quickly I Realtor phone 2-74. b.t living porch tohere. Park 659.WIT. ADdre.S R.ltr. and will give quick possession For
double :: ? light, ploned sired. Make rand watch doc J. Westmoreland, beautiful S Mark Yt LouIs Gesslln. I azaleas An exception.. reduced price n.e today Mrs. B. a
cU.rr $ with and child pet. Cocoa i'i setting P.l a.eamellim. I N. 3-1464. R.lt. EAST SIDE-Wen-furnished 2-b LAKE IYANHOI-Modern 3-bedroom Winter Park. PARK-A 3-bedroom home Renkel 36O Edinburgh Or. Phone
In aDae a liaera. HO. ca Box '311X 3 t orange tree inrear i I rom bungalow electric I! 11.5"P.one AVE.. 1i5R' r.1 personality and 267-M. Winter Park
W !
mine I Buy.
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ash .ri 81. C < e.rm
home
frme. Jamb consist of front porch I 1- S5O monthly today cement brick house nicely furnbhed. built on high section IMMEDIATE

rame... b.l .ct Inside Wade-desti screen 1 TOT P. FOX 2 crown, both ,,11.i. room, d1n. room b.klteD., ;CONWAY ROAD 605-IV, bl off |' .eR Broker. 2_ 3IOD lake. Nle ,I Bungalow Novel ,to.F. Vacant.. Fmle a.p e.pd. Excellent condltoD. For gra house: porch POSSESSION part finished- 4-room.Inside
livingthis
be. 100 In.. Aen. dial 22920.iiW8.8tandard female Ta.b.uta7 male .porch or ro.utility b.completely I Delaney Dr. I block pl- i I -In .. dltl. faci .a..e neat and clean 3 lots nicely Ian. proud of. Immediate wouldbe electricity 1''.acre Cannon Mills
phone 2-O807 furnished, rom I ,ground tennis oa bus I I the large vuitc beams I scaped fruit trees Make offer psa Road second hou e right north Cur-
size: Ie kltbea L.- aDe e I | apartment large lot Immediate poe- I a O C. Stem Priced to ell quickly a.der rr Ford Road. S139O cah
I art Realtor
aU madegride GOOD wanted for pet I I I log town. Direct and to I with two bedrooms, lasted sleeping j 1 I.et ba..a. asaumemortgage
delivery. HON feml frm o"Dr. ar. .. replacement cost on today market SjOO
1120 8$ph 9732 cat; with children -2284. between 8 and 12 for appointment I large bedrooms, areD ; porch. sun room living room, dining session: very liberal MISCPlower. Ar.de. 9788.I Call Charlotte C. Smith with DavidAndrews. Salvatore reduced from $2750
1U et a. Rt 5.
upre tn. Box 660 Orlando
attic
combinationpbonosrph RoMUnd. N'j ford 2..r .rae. Drive room and kitchen besides wide front j I PRINCETON AVE.-16 West. Army .
8.41.2-dink e.bit U you like the giveus porch is a very sound value at $12.I I I! S. PhoneCharles i officer must cU fully R.lor. Winter Park 659. ,
automatic i
41. and i I ADAIR PARK a line and we will take yon 0.0 lunted. Call O'B.r I I Brbr. 3 1.1 ,I talfer. 2 story house. 31ST STREET, 1217-Small house 51-1. Lake Bounty Property
record cb.nn. cabinet: flat Ion Poultry Supple -Terr attractive : through- Price requires 109 larnue. bdrom. 1 bedroom; bath:
113.0 "orp. ktebeD. Otlaidll.
Rltor. 2-280. Pne. ,
.. IS* I Chabot. 5529. R.I .
CUSTIS
$8 OOO 6
.t sold only U. PnUorium test- I I I bedroom frame bungalow eu Dck Fter. 112. I PRINCETON SCHOOL-Here is a 3- rooms and bath little
.
wel BAY
.rl. tbl CC 8 Tucker investment would
CaldweU .bl. St I or future do.lIvery. | U b.t Br.D.m. EDGEWATTR HEIGHTS-New 3b-1 I bedroom home completely furnished I $3.sa broml furDlh.d; Bu make small duplex
H.r. .tl. Imed.t with
oak floors COLLEGE PARK-Princeton Ave home c LAKE sell tht 1 : 12/10 mile excellent Income Close In.
supplies : nicely furnished. FN-"De mUt including
ft1x4 center matched glass door.PineMortaV. Orlando Fe X-l .o.lat 0 Syean New 3-bedroom bungalow; delightful A.'n rooms ee.t'n e:: moern bUD..I. rears : flat silver piano and sU washing furnishings machine with I beyond city "mlt on Winter Garden S65OOOO. W J Kistler RoOter Ta-
SOxl
five .
I 1 FitLOUSE
; vares
Rd tam street
h central garage i 1 past radot.er.
Mr. O'Brien be.U. lr.p rm .at lrpl.ce. t. the exception of linen Has electric I
$761 BABY CHICKS with a.pDtent
T14 Bellcvicw -Tuxedo Feed old e .
house right J H.
A.e p S&r I corner sodded Possession at once on Allen Small: partly
O PuUorium Co..eleat t trprt. a.d l.th prch 0.1 fo" kitchen and circulating spare beate furnished.
8 appr"e and I Price $15,000 Cash above $6500 I : $ 1 COMPLETELY neat U 9 ill
906 Bette Investment 25 W. Washington aOppID. fared Inspect this ouUtandinr buy that FURNISHED two bed North Ltrsbur
i iAHYIL 2-2821 or 7336 I Co
U. Articles Wanted Carb. phne trmL Raltn. morta.p. CaU W. B. Bridges with 1 appointment only Exlaa.e with I I you may occupy immediately. I room block constructed house near t-ooo Terms Beverly Gnggard.

wfceg.1 I CHICKENS dox, also ducl: wIllsell Phone 8513. 668 N. dial 2-4596 Joe Myers Realtor 29 W. Washington I P. Shumway. Ratr. 10 N. $10.500. terms' Jamerson and Ple, Lockhart schooL Price $4.750. House I-eesburg Phone 12O4 Red

Toota. pi fittlnM.. I OD"or.. all 5334. CUB PARK-Here's what you've I Sk Dial 8881 Orange 33282.LAKE I I R.ltr.70 E. Central Phone A. T. I is new and ..C.Dt S H. C. Wolung. LAKE EOLA-Nice lake frontage large
,
radio; cash mot .a.Z' Kimme ANDERSON Ilm. for A clean S-room I SUZANNE I 9516.I I II Llb.n Fa. 86x3OO tract 7 room house with
close in. bn
71 E Church: Ph 836. ,I POULTRY WANTED ben, fryer. 8TDplZ architecture at I EDGEWATER SECTION bdroDL 12 B.s'C.rer. bath
2-story ba.ao. S.m 6ro. down. New I SECTION Beautifully IF YOU from 45 small citrus, excellent soU.
-
A.furniture of aU Ilc gewing I turkeys. We pick up in yard and log 10500. ne. MI some rep.lr .1e..y prl. $8.5OO 't frame bungalow a 10 cODdUoa block $7350 2-bdrm. nDert i! located 8-room home with fur-I rising WH IDdppDdenc to the So.000 00 W J. Kietier, Realtor, Ta.vares. .
.. .oelc.r. lo
: fun I I prcu. G b.cl
hDe anything t pay cash Call Mr. Chapman Poultry- Lorrn Dunn 6 2-1269A1RBASE .OD" I.In.. you Lot 50x130 ft $ 4-room frame Colonial I I Inished garage Otters 'esI I.nd. A Fla,
reslde"ewih
Br.D'
Furniture C. j mans M.rlet. 463 N. Orange: We key T. KHastings.. C. C. Garlett Broke. 912 J $3.000 down payment Harry Heath I than 2-3 .p.rment. will deep and shallow 1 acre I.AKEPIONT.-iiisll cottage on large
72 W. Pine St Dial 4070 | 8831'1 SECTION Furnished. 2 Rm 6. Central Arcade *: phone repl.cement Ct b wel.
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TURKEYS-Tender. too young j| bedrooms and sleeping Re.ltr.. 2-14. Realtor opposite Vogue Theatre In submitted tbl location Ct Road lot Lake Griffin near Leesburg
AQt .EWEY. diamonds old f Christmas m.rlet weigh 8 electric kitchen prch.A FLORIDA AVE.-Clos* In. Exclusive Colonialtown: 8253 Don Dudley Realtor 2-74 .hue birdsongs replace U.f.noises. Terms Be rrlj Gnzzard Lertburg
price uponand Iba Few D. Wilder Jr OD.u 1D. I CHURCH W. 920-93 ; masonry I $8.50O Terms Phone Lresourg
bh. lr. j I ST. front, reudeDUa atioD A furD.hpd. IL'Cj-Hfd
f. LAKE Lovely small Mait-
close _
to Mr R 19-5 excellent
withHerman acres
honest Loan. Turkey phone 6913.TuRlcuys.sixcy .trel. 115. Nu.. large 3-bedroom : FONT I ble V. Steele. Broker
.ra Be.a'l I P.n j I Broker. 677 J age hoW a.tr. fl.t for land Modern home. central < home and well pn. PeI BEFORE YOU BUY-See. phone or
W. Church.COTTON '1 G.i. Ic. terms has entrance nr i .
Central Ave
Z cents per lb. For' N. OUln. o.ne. 1930. with fireplace.h.l. rom heating 2-c.r .a..e. H4 baths. .. A place you will I _2-108. write Harry E Morse Company
further information ace Pln, 985. t CuOJ PA-I you are Ikll breakfast rom. klthpD Over ISO ft. lake frontage Tropicallandscaping like T.r. McKelvey I FOR REN APRHT 1st or for sale Realtor in lust is. Florida Lake
Satisfactoryprices Poultry Farm or telephone room and P.der rom. UP large fruit E. | frame 6-room cottage County has
I 592. on many opportunities to
JOB. ADAIR SECTION-Modern Spanish bcrom. prc..r stairs baa 3 i ib.th a.er.l tr I Brol., 6 C.ntrl.
Foreman construction and .d A real value in a elo e-in lake front 10-arre lakefront Now rented offer you. Telephone Eustia 138,
POULTRY and un to home. hollow tile tile b.t t.ton. Lifetime I ROBINSON ST. E.-Doctors'! Atten-i trd.
pr..o. dentloel-Star. I BIO_.. .YOU Eat and Poultrr M.r roof Cathedral cntuct. I faU to hurry outstanding rof.for 2-car E. Stewartwith .a. proPry. George H Kittredge. Real- i.I I tion Perfectly arranged for office I for $100 per S.le price QUD
I
et. Ine629 N. Garland 4117 cem. bom home. close to shopping 16.5..Asl I.d interested parties H rm.D 52
IVi baths large lIving ca Co. 2-316 end home Reception H.ID. Groves for Sale
dmn bus Home is modern Haold R.lty 3 rom. Goodwin Inc 677 N
Jewelry old ten and Oranae
: paved dinine kitchen Brole.
DON w.te. rom, breakfast room 2-car E Woln.ton St LKEF -Close to street 'ro. rm. Dial' 9855
e pn I K 5. Apartments for Bent---I laundry tiled patto front and I.r.e.rear tip-top ndltoa.Large. and best nicely buy FERJ.CREEK SECTION 8 .- & 8.er. on two service porch stationary tub or 6t. LAKE FRONT "Grove and home: 10
Bn\ Jeweler. 32 Carh. screened prch. large fruit I.Ddl.1 lot our kitchen I frame bungalow Neat and : lakes Mostly high oak and I ball bath 3 bedrooms, many closets I BUNGALW-Ne. tile construction' acres of bearing grove trees are

ELECTRIC EOUIFMENT win pay APARTMENT. moeI m*> One of .btwr built homes PCd 10.6. Including heating .p. : tive Vacant Reduced to $3150 t :pine land Today best buy at $1000 completely furnished corner lot i I nellhbrhO. frDubP in food condition 6 room home modern
house
cash for .ed .le refrtarator. Ixnces; ne children 4 Palm preferred pl.DC. E. mie 4 & Mr Lane with H.r.n Ine. [I Price $12000 with Fran $10 000 Ll. Ro.l. Brk.r 2-72 in every detail and in excellent
.. .o 102 ael.bbro.. trel'I' and Re.ltr 70 P.nco. R.r: room Ce. G.ln. I Crebs. Realtor phone 2-
< Tourist Home 6010 Cheney _loD Or.e Central phone C.rer.. tral Broker 677 N. Orange: ff A TWO STORY-3 bedroom in good condition completely furnished on
W. Church Bt Kelvinator ca ORANGE BLOSSOM Klttredg. Realtor. 2-3176 9516 : A uter Crer. Arde 747. 1 I SUBURBAN -Close to 5- lo.toD short distance from busi. paved road For detail Information,

fop W. 1. W.lth.l Dial 110.1NR. Upper apartment for 2 HI.h..F'1 :, FLEMING HEIGHTS-New m.anr LNCAT PAK-Bahfu 4b-hom. I I room house: 3 lots: garage: utility : now being redecorated; on this outstanding property see.

used stoves Ice boxe CaU *363. ADAIR PARK-Am modern CITYUMITS bedroom con ba.lo. 2 bedrooms a I Immediate possession Well f.nsncedGsrtee buUdl1 that can be converted into can have immediate possession Its Louis s Doine 27 w %siliingtoa.ph. .
with fruit I
Call before you modern frame oattndl crete block: 1t5. tem. $15OO. $285O Phone 28O91CREELV te. price apartment Otto R musenwli quarters house completely re really priced to sell quick .IO.S 8412nEtALLIdeal
ba..I. Butch.Broker.
SeweUhurmond SUUBANew oo down balance finished partly electric term*. Sam A.
aelL Wa ;
pay floors 3 better Cavenaurh Realtors
.one furDae Hatb. roe
prl. Completely 438. S man ready retire;
Pine .ateD' 8. Main: ST.-WeU-butlt home: cypress kitchen Main Ph.
W. I 1 2-109. : : chicken
.nt e furnished: 13x10: with twin beds; living room. LANCASTER PARK-Beautifully fur- new 781. yet living outdoor actitlUeg.. late
St. Dial 410. Apartment Call Loncwood, 23.KaL I 16x12. tile wall bath and shower.daylits I j I construction; ..utdu furntI nished lake view home. 2 bedrooms. house and yard: fruit treesa nO LOVELY H0tSE2 story: fruit Owner Box 64 8-8tar _
4-
WANTED-Any electric kitchen I : oU heat: attractive ,'tur : bdo. .kpml Preh tile bath living room with open fire shrubs plenty of other land available room; 2 porches 15-ACRE
PIE 7*. MILES west of city b.th.nic GROVE-With crop 170
$ ideal
PARK for immediate
COLLEGE ; occupancy
t you get ready to grove; 2 rooms; ahare lit i furnishings. Located amongsta 8p.c h..te.frwt 1.0.I I place living prh. dining rom. eler dtr. roof; P.lt and out: 2 car acres land. AU for less than $100
: sale 1616
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Furniture d, of azaleas and between 3 Howad. 30 '32. owners .. .
2-0931 Cochrana .
I tile kitchen tile P.rl lot. plenty of fruit
I IU an acre Wv O Rencher ,
116. ask for I Broker
1919-M-l dr.lnb.rd. 28
tore. 1015 W. C.r. or:: .. .OOO. Better see this. T. K.H.Un. We eb.nell you t fId a better : HIGHWAY 1-92-Where rooms rent i I central heatlnagvstem. 0.1 for Lake Ave.. upstairs apartment, trees good section close to bun; E. Washington. Fh 9620 641-J Win.

OLD GOLD-W. pay b.b price Houses for I .*. Raltor. Rm 6. Central Modern College of two for bed-the I for $3 pr you can buy trla .Ui fan. attached arae phone 2-22 after 5 P m. 160.terms; no interest on balance sec_Park.
Arcade; 4237 money bunlao. spacious furnished bungalow for and washin machine and .
for diamond old Rn' .el tlb i po*'e'tion Ph Sanford
.0 w.th roms utility nice 0.1 $3500 a home an tools Best buy in the city 1113 25 ACRES-18 in grove Valanclaaand
EDo or 618 Mrllonville
b.utdul
jewelry Ave Sanford
1r.D t CLOSE IN For rent unto AVALN BLVD.r turDlhe. .. Attractively designed Parson Browns
aera this week 4
$ ck Dons I and let your you Bv ell meens see it at once Price. SUBURBAN miles out Northwest Fla --room large
18 O.nle. April 15t Attractive 2-bedroom 0.1 2 nor. .lepi.. prb fi conveniently lo.te to shopping district I Mrs Wailer or Cathryne Roulstone, I with terms Ask for Mr. house with oak trees on spring fed

OFFICE MACHINES-We are badly home. $ B..n G.ln. IC.. pla.session. Comfortable home. 187 pos Price 19.85 and liberal loan R.lor: 2-2532I 115.0.with Harold Shepherd Realty 1: 1 new frame 2 bed room home. aad 1 I i inew I ATTENTION Gh and CI.m.DW like; $16 000. terms. Lola Kojll.
In of adding machine Broker 677 N. $ can can DOW build for Broker 2-0672.
ne ty.rltn. 815. Ki.D with Howard. 306 N. b.r."le. I HOLDEN HEIGHTS-Furnished 2'' Co.. 20 E. Washington E. cement block 2 bed room home 1 I Ion !
cu n.ltr Blbt prices SOUTH CITY LIMITS S-room furnished M.i I paved 5-room home and bath of good construction
house 8 citrus trees 2 LAKE VIEW-Claybauth this I, 5 productive acres facing
W.
paid Call says
LbDer. a3 Man. 8. bungalow $100 per .onth JeNuU-H..ley. R.lto.1 j prO 1 pear 300 ft from bus I the best 4 bedroom 2 story buy on&, highway, more than 50 citrus tress. and tarnish lot on exrrllrn- 53.: Acreage lor Sale

OFFICe KC and fat. Cell 8timpson-8taton R.ltr. Wal.tOD St 50. Or.nle Blossom Trail Must b I II I market: reasons tile roofs, construction : special I price for both $12.000 00 with I I location All for 11.80. We ran :
Let u* ofer. Cb. cal Bide- Phone 5159WESTMORELAND I seen appreciated. $5.250 0 by contractor lupr Terms you appreciate secure for Civilians 80" or 90* FLORIDA SHORES On Orange

with Oeorg 0tnsi 1 1$ DR. 17 8-A 2- ALTAMONTE SPRINGS I!' er .1328_ WlgthSt. I I 1 larre hirh lot. 2 paved steels:b.m.bert & PitA loan H. F Roland Realtorrarrnan Blossom Tr Only 3 highway tracts
ibone 6158 for I COLE PARK-' rooms and bath : Han Bros 112 BIdg C72 N Orange; di*< left Lake frontage See our aign.Georx .
rent adults HOLDEN and Imm.ruI.t. AI.ny.
r ct.. & new construction: large I nice I| furUb. R..lor. I
.riU..n
PI TIMBER W.Dt standing or .lhe privileges. $9000 easy 1 I I' FrDeb style interiorinsulated: I ern HEIGl8Eatr. I..ult buy Orange .. 2-4-MlADIT > Painter with Asher Peter,
Can Venetian blind; 2-car garage: 60 Realtor.10 E Central 2-0786
21n. 116Xrvin I About 5 old On below value also includes 2
I &PI 2-BEDROOM BUNGALOW-Furnished years a lalP. I I 1
Eaeule. ft tot. nlceiy nicely furnished f.ncP
$ ; electric pos I.Ddl.pd; $10- ,, l.nda.1 plot. Pe.D.pears ,' story large garage with tiled bathapartment. I SUBURBAN HOME-Modern 3bI YOU GOT NO HOME' I I LAKE FRONT-IS acrea in city limits

FaO' SE OR BABY G session. $500 kltbea Imed.t Lake Front-3-bedroom bungalow; I 500 .IU. pr..r C. U. Taylor Broker; Sm.l -room cottage with Beat It $25.5OO. Terms I room: fumth.c or I at Altamonte Springs 1 block bus

wi I cash. 110 .p Livingston AY.UNPN u Ari 1. 122 E nicely furnished; large lot. A i 2516 tem.. Orange 5644 or 2-2183. I I II 1 plumbing yard 1413. Sammie : if needed Inspect hue it thru Claybauh But.na.s c.b.n.' kitchen Newly Wen I have some nice- ones Furnished line: over 900 ft frontage on pavement -

r.ht It.t make Wrt dy home $16.000. c.n Francisco Realtor; rom Ceni I Realtor Metcalf BIdg Phone I thr.u"bout. Fruit and I and unfurnishedReady tq i : high quality aoU. BOO ft, virgin
0 8. A. Lake HOUSE-On lk. and I CLOSE IN-Today a bargain Two i tral Arcade; 7407. 5613 .hrbbr. O.ne. sale County, 116 move int. Price $55OO to $37.500City pine saw timber choice location
land Ph. ba pr month Immela. Call at our SprIngs houses IH stories e.e. Also 4- I I :' W. L. Llnton for quiet suburban home or aubdivi-
possession with Ofkp HIGHLAND ST 836-Brick Bungalow LAKE FRONT-At t !ve bungalow 42-r-4. .uburb.a
WIG GENERATOR lC D way Road, phone 8184 I.19 CO- homer : cw i! room. AU Garage Ap.nm.at In excellent furnished I II 6 rooms. bath front porch I with two :*. sun SOUTHWEST-New-brdroom-I Relor Orange Phone. Men bargain for cash 83.25OOCEIN .

.electric motor on Pl. Call for appointment account illness ;porch lane living Tom fireI I I j 2-40. Lt with Llnton.I TO LAK.E WTMAN north of

Water shop equipment, kicker 47.; Rooms for Rent Huekl-.I. R..ltr 118 &Rob'I concluon. .I.e. Present income walk from$330 Furnished $10500 Exclusive 0 C. I nlnce 01 lovely I"ntln. I 1 r'lsbi. ItFUIO'I I Boca Raton about 1.OOO feet efi

*. Swap Shop 120 W. Pine I iD. per The price is on $24.OOO. Stewart- Realtor O'Neal Arcade 9788 ion fret on soa'klinc like P. For I I YOU HA Vi BEEN Looking for an i frontage WIn coaatder $275000.

WE BUY used furniture Call us ANDERSON ST. 916-Nice for mODt If IVANHOE LAKE Just above Hi- j*15 500 terms C.l Peter Bren I Real Et.t. oPprurt. this is It 2-room> Provident Trust Company of pmla-

fo. selling Orlando Furniture b. on. or two Bus r phone; F.Ter.Brass Realty. Co.de.lre.. S G. VIew. 75' x 135. Move in New !O'Her.-Mor. Re.ltr 109 E Pine j SUBURBAN S rooms and bath: 2. .e. weU 1.te. Yo.n.De .i datBhm or Mr Ira L NrSmith 233
lde ad .
10. Store CIS W. Church phone walking I COUNTRY CLUB 11 Masonry B..lo. 2 bedrooms large '2.23/ I' near city bus. store churches and t.r. O Bx 251. So County Road West Palm Beach.

BEVERLY SHORES-New three bedroom I living( room with fireplace. bright I LAKEVIEW-Immediate pssssion' ahol: has Income too 555. H HOUSE-6 rooms, completely furnished Florid
s3.PAY AMELIA AVE. 1502 B.-Dubl room, home 2 tile Spring Lake A-B.utlUlj 1 tiled I 2-bedroom T K. Hastings. Rm i I
cash prices for old : b.t hp.tr 2 tile IltbeD. pretty l.th attached OD S e..b : modern: electric kitchen. LAKE FROVT-IS acres In cite limits
hht diamond Jewelry he.t A. le.pr room with ducts to : lr. nished ro. 2 b.th. I $75OO cash mortgage house With beach and ftehlnr pr"U. Arcade 4237 Venetian blinds etc. Large lot. close at Altamonte Springs: 1 block
any& ad City Luggage t porch: nicely elevated lot with .It. and 2-car .ara.e.Lr.e O C. Stewart, Re.lor. 0 Neal Arcade 'errs 14500 with easy terms 4 acres- of land (2 to schools and shoppingcenters, located ': bus line over 90O ft. frontaee on
grapefruit
edto. Orange at Church LOSE IN-Double room, t.i beds I pine tr 121. .lfaIP. RarI b.rI. Immediately to 9788.INDIANA I rain for a smart investor Call Mr SB RBA .... hew frame bun.- In one of the finest residential I pavement: high quality soil, 8000 ftvirrtn ..
pri.t entrance, alpr..t I low Dial Mut b el bedrooms 1 Kort at Owner leaving city and p1 mesas timber choice location -
ZEDRD-Two and ; b.t Fedick. 18 Or..e. settle estate by appointineatExclusive AVE.-2 ; plastered 2140.UVINGSTON low. Inspect and make offer. Ccunn.F .ct.on
tt lntl 2-913. 8188It with Noble walls Newly Nice 1635 and 1637 392 N. Orange: must sacrifice for 4ulrl sale .910 I for sold swburban home or
Dial 11. ask 1113- CLOSE IN-Attractive double room, 's crest to live f Orlando* 124 8. Slth R.l'Et.t. and clran Available We p.lntd.have the Fast-2 AV. same One R.lty. 2-241. cash C.1 2-1316 subdivision; bargain for cash $3250.

WANTED-3 or 3 old aawmill and private home For further informalion -:I M.l. Pbole 691. Wi key $2.OOO cash balance monthl7.Pk. with 2 brdrooms. Irvine lot'nine SUBURBAN 3-bedroom bungalow, C O Taylor 2816 N Orange S644OYIZDO .

planer that can b rebuilt. P. 8. please telephone 7435 COLONIALTOWn You can move COLLEGE PA-school Convenient Furnished : $6.OOO. Ann Goodwin with ;mm combination kitchen and bath. furDshed. $7jOO Immediate R. 3.. Perkins_UIOD'O I HIGHWAY 10 acre 8acrea

Stallord.la. General D. TUusvtlle. LOSE IN-Furnished room for working right it this well furnished I .tr. of S large bright and airy Goodwin Inc, Broker 677 other with 1 brdroom livIng Ine.. Estate 36 Pine: BUNGALOW clear 5 acres timber: for
home In N. Orange: dial 9855. !room kitchen and bath Both new Parsb E culck sale500. Box 99 8-8tar
girl: I room good cDdlUoa .
brea.n prl.Ue.e Tel I I rooms; breakfast nook, lifetime roof Reasonably _ _ n
phone Screened front prch.I..d .Iep I, $9500 Allen Johnson. Realtor. 14O hILLCREST of It, 2 I priced Can b bourn 3 bdroml built 1940 unfurnished ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-Where *t
SUNSHINE A couple
Fuel Oil and AVE.-Tlnl with without
Wood or
35 CASSELBERRY Azalea L.1Aerl.n inc porch, eltrIc IltH $ N. Orange 8612. Specialixinc in II IIBome. bedroom 6me furniture wlon. Box lurlur. Imm.dl.t with PAR-.r' this fully and bus. $4500 cash most people travel Florida Main

Plan Hotel riding Allen .obnn. R.ltr. 10 N. O ... all for 56.0. Frali Cr.b. Realtor pot Star. 110.5. live in one and and assume $6500 mor..we.IDpt Street Limited number 2V*, S and
P OIlt We line Serve fo boo Cen hUDt1 1 ..00 Winter I asee; .S.I.laln. Homp. 507 M.tr.1 ph.ne 2-1710 : 1 1i LAKE VIEW Suburban modern lurnlahP monthly rent for the wing otherquarters and make ofer. 0.1 von 10-acre tract $20O to S3SO per acre.
CLAY ST.-Frame 4-bedroom house CLNILTWImel.t "I i i roomy bnugalow Servants quar tens Jim M CaMweU with Labor
tral Florida.Bledsoe OU P.rl. 814W. IVANHOE SECTION-Three-bedroom j Act quickly for this fine 8bUe. R.ltr. i
he e 2 lot isoxiso ft. Peret ild. ters. Price Call toay 2-1993. 1 Peter, Realtor,
Winter Park 2OO ST. .14 K.-Double baths: on corner out. S rooms home completely furnished: *U- 11.5. value 668N corner Central and

run Can T.nl for _ET__ do.from bus: girls r. 'I 18.0. ter.. B P. Boland. Real UDlurnlhed and back b.t. i iFIt. electric kIt h.rd.o floors, circulstinc 1 i "nnel. W. Church Orange: phone 2-598.R.ltr. Mate; 2-O786
now prompt .
.reDe
On GUEST ROOMS AU tr: 172 2-4551- 1 car garage shady well | landscaped I LONOWOOD-5-roomb vne- SOUTHEAST SECTION -Cozy SACRIFICE-Must sen this week ,' 24* AND S ACRE TRACTS-Near Or-
M and fuel oil*; *, maid moer children convenience ., COLONIAL GARDENS Modern A $ home for i lawn A comfortable and attractive i bath: garage Deep well Asphalt I home. all-electric kitchen bUt Home and business- 3-bedroom i Undo: $S0dewe. sufficient trees on
.nlbl.J IOU. McQrawa Nr frame 5-room bungalow In the best g' tORO Holromb I I! home you can move right Int. Price :Mrret 8 acres In nice grove loll of :i exta bungalow and a business Infront. land to build log hoars Owner
large 18301.
4 fruit
Fuel 8nlr. 6010 or pt .Pa. Boe. I of condltoD. offered completely fur .fbI. 2-2380 S14.SCO. with term.. Poh", fruit Close to atom. post office.I I I lot I b.nn. 're.' to bus $ $2 i Schwartx. San Juan Hotel, phone

QUAY FUEL On i lust Ilk* a I $10.OOO with excellent .. For Sunday appolntient Broker. 456 Boone-7255. I i e.ho'and churches Pre dnid to Price only $5. .. with terms Paul Call Joe 57.b Veteran Real Estate> i! 4141

home. For _KUHL. OD bus AVL..2939-On.telephone double 2-U58 room; I' term Weir System. 628 E. Pine e.1 1259.CLNTW. II IVANHOE SECTION-It'. a masonry I I : with hn.r terms H Black I yne Foshee. Broker 456 Boone-7255 I ... 8. Court: dial 2-4481- I II 10 ACRES excellent laad with build
quick delivery Just call 8118. Orlando l. 4641 bungalow with P..J.r 21
casement windows I ---- Inc material Place For
on quick
I
SUBURBAN 6-room tram house 4
-
Fuel OU Co. Ine ORANGE AVE. '6 North-Upstairs. CLOSE[ 3 Three bedroom hardwood floor and tile roof It i : I isle $1000 Terms. McKelvey, Broker
I-hrP. bm tots; near post office and stores:
STOVE WOOD and Oak Room for two men 'I 2 nice bedroom and beautiful I 1
-Pino 1.0 wokl or a 2 I.r Imme I only C. B. Taylor GOLDEN 64 E Central
strand at yard 1.$ delnr. couple S'o.' date possession Trent Evans. furnished home on 1310come I bath It baa a view of the lake and ;J MURIEL AVE.-4 West 2516 150. 6544 or 2- Brole.. H r 40 ACRES Fineev warm citrus ham

Fireplace wood pine ..d 0.1 1.5 PUTNAM ST. 61-0 for rent: Broker Winter Park 818.CLNLTWNNil is completely furnished You couldntreplace Dub.dread-New small house with mock land Price $5600 T J

anD., yard 1.0 delnr K double ; near bus furnished oak floors lifetime roof O"De it today for the price of 11 Open house 2 to S Sunday afternoon bath. Large lot, 10 citrus trees. Uadorff, Realtor 438 R Maul phone
eb.et .b.t
CpQ. 10l Te i on & 10. T. K. Hutil. R.Uor. I I come and a this frame home of SUUBA HOJEI.to I near $2750, terms. 2.3983 or 2-4737
u.n hou con.emene. Central from i
Phone R. j !2 floors. ie.
fire place in Llh.r
offer for
18. ROOM AND 2 corner '0 center consider brom. 0.1
BOARD For resD.bl.
I Iot $100 DOWN
el I 7
m. .boppi. w JAMAJO "Where water; P.m.bungalow with Winter Park-3-bedroom furnished acres high land paved
breeses 1j
37. F and Soils LARGE Phone 8221. 10 8. O.rland. ;' 836 ImNI.t. H.ptD pneUIOD.8t Brkr OWDe.eo- quick sale Terms See Rest le Moftatt. blow.abdrom "Dte in excel- 1 J'i''heater. 1 ear garage. a tumb'of citrua 2 porch bedrooms Nearly.2 sleeping I I house near Orlando Ave $5300.i 1350 road Orlando near Zellwood $525 PO Box

ere ROOM-With twin b$10weekly. operate. room with fireplace trees- 'l house 75 lot' acres ni. h.h rolling {
101 Ketn I lot. $7500 with I.Dd Several and I Winter In suburban 2- 200 ACRES adjoining Maitland City
COLD 8MOKK For best with O P. East dll. room breakI' 0. Pak-O
R.lt. kthe. fo froDt .
nat AVB. Must b* Sold at a.op. 6 I Electricity rood i I
everything in the garden DOUBLE ROOM-Couple preferred CORE fast b.t. .ndo.d front 'age S85OO. very tpr.. lWD. berom fare nouae; Limit Some fine cltre land balance
lovely 3-bedroom home : water
Smoke Soil Corrector SOB Brookv COloa Garden Section, phone 2- on. : Pine. Phone DIU.e office hour*. porch. large tot tlO.SOO. wr. I T.ownr. aa AnF Officer f 1.ld.lr. fireplace, bat excellent for cardnine or pa*,
n Dr. phone 31. oak fon solar water hp.tr b.a Jamerson ft Carter Realtors. Ej''Hin Brog.. Agency Rultr.12 M. tele..phe u* t.F t et price t I ..stove: sorrel and porte tore Plenty of lake frvntace An

Uu lDd.1 lt e Central phone A T I Orange 1.0. faribed. MeNut\ cochre Ideal set-up for developing an all-
COW Peat, ..n.mout 8INGLK ROOM-For BusIness wom- Relate call 2BO.CLNI. ; Carter 9516 I I A. TN I Realtors, OCUP.D M.rh lc 8650O I
FT J terms around country place For price ran
flU dirt. -: reference required; on bus wi K RILEY SOL SECON-Mo..1 I I" St Phone 5106.SUBURBANOne. j I Ii Robert T
al Tyre Realtor 13 W Washington
Un phone 2-1912 ., 4-room
Bray. 102, SECTION S IA
rooms
Wt H A 1.0. 1 tott.c. Lt 5z15. FDe phone 6174
Culver Golden, Orlando ;
.
phone Heights. 3 garden I property with Irobr.
Ilh.n (11)33R1. a AU'8 weekly.. Kitchen pr' I' Orb Vista 3 rom new Goodwin with Pce. I MIone Highway 17-92 i of the Inle.t set- Ave at Orange. P.rk j I FIVE ACRES on Golden Rod Road
*813.FUI1.NSHRD AD f. frDt.
le. 131 rom. 1.0'1 I tings In the South 4 2
ke. II S85 ft. I | with electricity atattable.
: $ cott. Iot on Broker 677 N. orange dep. room house: 196 large ,' baths, maid On 3 ; SAM
ROOM two all beds Highway $ any I I.Ia I bearing citrus trees Ideal for guest =- :: liberal terms W A McKenner, 4850
FILL DOT-Delivered. Fh. 3309.S3. 5. Wi coulde inc placid r .. 1
fo elderly couple no pt chil S6 D& 2-bdo home 1855.KY : homo or lame. 1 VETERANS-We have sound plan Cheney Highway 2-7144
t.de. 51 SCHOOL New 119.5. I well
Near bus and nt.n: ga ExeuII.ewlU IDds.p.Hpnr Burch, Broker |I :
d rt.arnt P I C. to help yea build or home :
wiu. SACRIFICE equity In 10
COLONIALTOWN A thoroughly | $1.OOO Sum..y. R.ltr 14 12 8 acreS
ruI. MUCK TOP Bauer $7 2 bedrooms wr bt
A .t ho. Snd $ .a.. cu. 2-109. with 0 to
SID .
O. i cItrus land Cail3-165$
1.. .tlp: half acre lot.83.9502bedroom. sound five room bungalow with City water : 2-3433. SMITH ST.-Near Orange Ave 1940 fit :alol.i t need: Excellenti
frame clapboard roomy carage apartment in a block KOHL AVE..Near-Best buy in Orlando MATTLANIH-That ye neat little / ba..lo. frame. 2 bedrooms and Come in talk $1OO DOWN-Acre land frontage 450

Plants Flowers and 47-1 Rental Agencies : lake view; corner lot. or nice homes and convenient toColonialtown : well built 6-room bungalowand cottage near the e.t side of LakeSybelia porch Electricity for kltbea I i I It over Cbenault & D-d Ine. feet on take. MO ft on paved high.

SH 89 ct.le. acre, grove and bo.: I ceDtr. In.U..t this bath 3 bedrooms: 3 large lots: with two bdrom. and good Fruit Ulfunhed Quick i 672 N. Orange Phone '234.I way 8 miles Orlando near Winder-

ANNUALS Petunia LANDLORDS win supply yon desirable highway packing house availableHibbard at $1,0.0 ID' hoa fuhP lovely lawn; several bearing fruit equipment and funtae 'hro.bo' Abut 14. balance JulD I mere $6OO Box 101 E-8tr
en fwr Casselberry. phone Winter and $ Fk trees, close to atoree. Orlando bus can be had at ame reuctl.n. Realtor. mor.
S ACRES On
stattce. and many tenant free of charge andoblltauon. Emerll lake close to Orlando:
.U C O Realtors 109 of owner Call I EMERGENCY-Must be sold teset
Williams 1411 E. Just phone us your va I Park 783 Brokers i.itd B.r.-Mor. 2-20 and everything Quick possession. Mr w.n Morskl ayu81 It" Orange; dial Therefore priced 627SO Hampton Broker 631
E with
cancy. Veterans Real Pile. 'l .1 sell quickly-so you better O'H.-More. R.1 SOUTH tie Ht..Uon your r.r, N 0 range. 5O13
SIDE 2 I
Petunia unit apartment UnI
AFRICAN and tors 2-O836 109 bunga
IeDC. : opportunity six-room
VIOL DUPLEX attractive corner % Mo.m
29 8 I Pne.
Court Ph. hurr.
Belgian aialea t : T Pc. 18.5. e.h 1.I.ne fae Hi. lot Vi I low with Lake and
p pDt l. property east side NORTH SIDE SmaU bungalow 15. 3 b.uWa It.
on
.2319 M. Orange.Phone WE WILL HELP you fid rental of the te home and pre.nt, tox Broker 145 N. Main: 5809 M.t corner with 10 lots $6.OOO. n.h w.. G.rl't 91 N beach with 54 Lots for bale
for a 83 service Veteran COLLEGE PARK-2 BpanUhUle OD b. 1m. 0 phone Hurry: Noble Real
JI71.A br Ml 214.SUBUBANMoem good ,
c.re have The Smith wrm. 8mt
owr LAKE FRONT-Two acres new six I Nol Real
Agency. roof and shape lbitl. B&w. 1. 8 BEAUTIFUL LOTS On bus line
R B&t Co&a tp tP house
eat fow rtltio table only \.0 family find it fa t home: Phone 6911 Ir Et.w. M.a 1
and dandy rom 'hn $250 lake lots In timber $450;
trees bdrom.
.; we anywhere.KUUnser's. 481. h Rentals FIt 1.UO. 18. lr.and h.v made an fxtaordln I l: lots of : 'U .nfUlhed 15.Ho..rd 3O6 N. I
R .ltr. NORTJAST-BtwHn Orlando and or msae your terms A T Dorsey, BrokI -
64 E. L Intn. trees started FOR VETERANS-We
The
483 ; Linton.- 1.1 prc. t nicest beach I concrete construction BONE Y I 44 H W Church 4412
AUSTRALIAN 25c: WX HAVE a few rooms for to buy it itete f b."i a hoe and location on Rock Lake priced 3-room cottage; SUBURBAN miles from city, mod- your lot or you may .
to PIE SOc ... February and .nn.bl and 1om. ca sell at 120.0. 307 N. Tampa A.t.. city water.Moe. Completely ern. Electric kitchen: beautifully a desirable homealte from our listings. BEVERLY 6HOBBS'-You can get a
20 &p.. humu Nursery Plan right en .att Aerca CLOSE IN-Excellent ItD abort Rator U. Ph. 2-2. fr pW. I landscaped; accommodations for 500 Home and lot financed with a 100% well-elevated tot in this beautiful
1506 E. COIODI.tCME8.p. o B.tb. walk b. Rouse 0 fuml.he. 135. beaaye I for O L Prompt and complete planning section at a reacesialtl* price Restrictions
and fishing Call ., t eo a LAKE FRONT-Lovely with ehle. 112.0 or exehD. loD
P.u O.n has 109 E PineDUBSDREAD O'B.raMore'l new Ira. 11 I protect yewr investment.
Cbenault
r. : j
rm. .
I.r. RobInson
Cocoa Beach. 2-238 well 2 bedroom : dial 2-3753. > baldD snlp.
gardenia 11 Waiter W
and Le. Pio. 2 bath .l-1 lo.td I I Orange Rose Inv Co 49 M Or
1918-J
ot. t".1 Slat Shed. brom ..r. fum at 15.4 D $9.500 SpeciaL C. U. NORT-.. out. New .d1e Phole.eDDln... J anae Ave Orwin Manor office 9356
.
system forced 49. Business Rentals and tractive aew 2516 Orange, SOUTHEAST-Answering for N Orange Ave
b $8500 Jamerson C.rr Ra home 2 H o 1r cement block dema _ _ _
to Balden** Ave C.el Nar. tors. 70.E. Central. Pho. T. Ca- cept for b. refrigerator: tile 2218.LKE IaD..I.wth .e of .o high retired o.0rlDe euple. .e' COLORED SECTTOfJ-Taft, Lots..

landoCITRUS. RU 1 1 1-4 O! KICK Paul B. OP OFFICES 1217- North Apply tr. 9516 bath and kitchen: excellent edltn I, EOLA SECTION-Attractive 2- stores. Wo : .t down bug- and galow clean: ..heat: farlbP. tDanbe.baD BIG VALVE-large. roomy 4-bed- Call$100 each $10 down; ss axm'hly.
2-362 at
TRIES.- Winter I Orange Annue 80r CLNITW bUD..ly. Ablt Joem 3rom Call price 11a.5 with C. Smith uDeru tr .t" home In A-I condition IS payment. IPI"hbn.53. Mr Bryant. I! $50OO; *r cash Hinton B.lte. room room house and with U.1, r ample dinIng I 26008_ Fern Creek daytime Ave er Inquire
wlU
Park Nursery and Co available new concrete block I' with Herman Inc.. Broker. nr
OFFICE for gteno- Winter garage
L Andrews. : COMMERCIAL
SAC nDt lo proportions On corner 150 ft LOT hortbwest corner -
Pak Ih -
ph. Winter Park .pho _" service. by the door Comfortably 659 Ratr. J :few blocks of from downtown I 677 N. O.D.e: dial 9855 or 6660 frontage This M a lovely well-built of Boone and Irvin 103 fton .

COCOS PLUMOSU8 PALMS-Large; I 423 8 Orange furnished I.pd..t pO PARK-2-story, 3fo to Aug 1st.the property bl NORTHEAST SEC'llON-Btx-year-old SUBURBAN LAKEFRONT HOME home that yon can really enjoy I Boone 343 ft on Irvio 147 ft.
t
alas young palnu aU sixes. 1006 SINGLE OFFICE-New building 865 "racd 11. DEN. baths, tile reDt of owner has .t modern 5-roont b..I. located the fullest. Yea would to raUroad frontage; price reduced to
price
Seth et. I per month. Call E. Huekel- I $9000 with terms. en nicely Yon Completely furnished and modern In SOV for eP .
R C.ra 118 E. Robuuon. pear schools and stores 521 Harley 0. Fredrick. 118 N Orange. creTlot. kitchen. r such .th. bat we $15 ooo terms. W sn Smith Owner.
24551STORES. O'Ne.1 Re.ltr Ave.DtBSDRKADSPanIsh. most see this to ." valueat every respect. A eltr can
azaleas; palms, only 4672 _
Nr1 _. __ Forlc. Dial 88 $8.000 with terms Jamerson ..ndC.re. Over 200 feet d.11 i tl.. wek lo
2353.COKEE c.r aD-t
served
tropical p FOR RENT-At 610 N. Orange Trade
15. Fra CHENEY
: :: "Its live In Orlando. lake, with boat HIGHWAY Frontage 1MX12S
PARK Corner overlook- t Realtors. 70 E. Phone
.D mor. Realtor,
E. I
C. Realtor610
Af : bungalow witS cntr wt S.a Li Good
R E.r. Walking 2 Buster) Carter and power lawn mo.pr. Plus fruit Ga ft on a corner location
PLNTo.t and peppers. Also N. Orange: '34. stories. 3 bedrooms dtc. S Jrm and small aleepincporch. A Uee. flowers and spacious lY. 14 W.i: 1, f-r a combination boaiae and bom

r. Garden. M. Mills I 18.0 SQUARE F of desirable porch IH bathe. Handy to aplD.ahol 19.1 fnP. For full particulars LAKE FRONT-3-bedroom furnished NORTH SIDE-(Near Orange Ave). '. wr. R A "Ir.Re.ltor. A. I 1 Price $1300 W A. McKenney. 4850
and near Frame 2 bedrooms and sleeping- Cheney Highway _
D.RB.IU w.rhoW rUr Needs decorating but WUa Re.ltr. home ready to into, .l Pboe
fresh cut daily; o city. Phone 2 family bome Our lde.b.t buy at 8125OO .- 2 W. Washington 81 Ihoe 110e swimming, fishIng .boating.o, porch Newly Deleted. and in AIPdll. 2-152 I 2-BEDROOM.. cement good location: EAST SIDE-Beautltn! building lots-
$ 50O Allen stove and water
Oa..1351 N. Mill 8 ". bcl.e with HuekelONral. beautiful spot and a real buy at '- I beater610OO priced at $373 and $475. See R A
Phone 288 50. Wanted to Rent Rpat 18 E. Robinson: DEE ST.-Lake view This Mo- 1.0 cash. W. L Lt Re.ltr. 140 HomesNORTHWEBT N. Orange." 8612. $51 monthly. Kittinger Realty. Jones. Broker 2121 Conway Road.
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R.lt. or
d.1 e English style ...Iw Orn.e. Pbo. t.I.111 I SOUTHWEST SECTION i 2-18. Phone 8744DUBSDKkAb.
89 Llvestoeh and Supplies APARTMENT Small, married coo- of C7pre.construction b eDder Wit Llnton. 24"Lt. SECTION Furnished new 2 bedroom home -lot | NE.It fireplace: pre COONTRY CLUB **.

pie, no chIldren no pets; p.- frame .11 & CoD l. b- hUM and 2-To.apartment: double -: fruit trees Concrete b} :J1 15.tn. H.PtD 51 tion- large tots tow as $495. easy
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rLN GAREMopr with extra I .
BOSTON STUD-13 H lotHagerty- Sent residents Box 91. &ta. room .1U .td&e : < traction. $65OO irrms. aer1 K. 1. terms Pay nonthly Save tot paid
Flash A. Oak bUDI.I..D J Hou living r modern tot $3000 each and $5000 mortre I! EpiereL" Whitney Spierel .
an-tr Ct 4 : close in: and arranged fa c. r LAKE Orlando i i MUST home O for when building material become
A.T"-m ie.2d.
tile P PN- Phone 2-0807 ,
of kitchen.
east HI..U 17-82 Realtors Metcalf BIdg 2-3269 for
.d.nt. Bx 85 & for aleepinc prh Newly brl-fl Pn. Spacious 0 I rP. j available Property la this high clsss
wood-Ovtedo APT 2 ; In Cocoa painted and der.t. Pe. 811.600 60-ft.tile baU. oak fl mo. b.aUu ho. home an arehitec- ORLANDO AVE-103 Eat-2 b- SOUTHEAST-Built to stand like the 1 ..1 only like a .Ut! 145. $15OO section te bound to increase rapidly
a.ue.1 tot with T. '
COW Mice o hou bro unfurnished electric .el pl.lty i enclosed sleeping Remainder ma '
: cow, Base bU.flMlbl Icl.di. of lDcap rm Rock of Gibraltar this 2-bedroom in value Bay today ahead of this
D bad &at 1 I.r Bn.n. Knr. stove electric and I Sle pnc. 12. unfurnished tara about 6 II. cl porches. rvdccerated inSide house .\e you tease of before yow buy By owner. D. Moore J JIUW. i Increase We hv com beautiful

C.r. ph. &t.r cPl 2-2561 -roer.ef dix washer Call C. N. : Weir or 11.! .famahP Fine good 2 U lth tile .lre b. end out: comer tot Qwn rOSCEOLA safety .D U lr.tet. S'gC O phone 5787 or 6430 large tots debt oo the coif course

-5. .CO*8-3 ManIc Wit I tem : I I ; many One of Orlando ST 8 Furnished 2 story hollow U.D capped I water Bcbts. caa and wa- available -
In a fn:2mtf A.T Or cottage location W ashing St P. 81o 461 lakes for fa On Urge k>i- Price $4 7SO SammIe i 1 roof it here to stay. It baa MODES. twv-bedroem con I Paved CardIgan Roland
Street c .1 w.t Cu n Ip.D' 1 near bus IDe. 2 EAST SIKabbl 2-bedroom It.Rre .1. btn. Francliut. R.lr room 4 Central an attractive Jiving room with fire Owners. 672 If. Orange Csmssn

R1.IFERSfor sale, good dairy b IDar For$35 limit.- I ta. Itl U 1u:: Foda 1.You at its best. Price $35.- Are: '4.OBW Plc, combination klt.aii crete block house, Gel take I I Bldr; 2-4551: evenings. 32534.

stock 2 wi freshen hi two Call .da rferML. Exclusive COLLEGE PARK Modern 3-bedroom J. .U l 1015 .a co. I 0. Ten.1 de Can Ray Len- -1645 Berkshire Ave two b. bU lr. BOLDER HEIGHTS-Lot 8 block 4.
then .wwk .. a.. 8tw bungalow adjacent to Important p7ent t.De F ':Da wt 39 bargain 3 bedrooms end screened p O fur Paw OD mil front City Limits 5O-XISO'. 8400. I. i. Dosser. Bt 2.
A .I.t price .o Jr Rat.
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shopping 75 landscaped lot. 1. located wen Price
TB and tested ewr. coa. West ) eonrtrnetion. CD.e h.wn. Plant city
PhoR County .nI. ba. APT OR BOUSE-Veteran and wife. Price 106.Cell C. N. We with PU. N. 2-241 Wa St Pb M restricted. Orwin M.nor two tots attractively $745000. cu O".rMor. Real oa out .Pk HIghway at Aadrw I LAKE

UIC-I- c.1 Just transferred t Orlando: permanent 21 W. EAST BIDE-S-room house nod sleepj, landscaped .2-238. 1O MAITI.AND-Lols. Most excht-
LIVE STOCK HAULED M.r Wia. j LAKE DAVIS B"Uy liv. MettwH Proa 87SOO to $ti. .
-We resident. dire need of 4 log SECTION-New cement Street. OOO
S85OO
I terms done Over Inside and SUBURBAN-Buy this and real
enjoy
5t fun 1.
Po
110 pch block I.U.FST Restriction
haul SISAOO .
floors to $26.000
any Asphalt Buy
t ke S45OO dul condition oak
Ir 0 sm .pc 0. f1 c per month. '< t emaIl estate la finest Florida Attractive bungalow
I while
IY. now
a buy. apse sell an $8400 available. C R. Emerick,
kind of o C. CLOSE IN Lake View. Dandy Henry Bu Broker. 1 S MaIn; ; e ade floors nicely fri. nice equippod of six bath andporches eewa- i Realtor .
live stock. 1404 WCtrareb. ence P.O. I Trims Je rI T OFRI 610 N Orangedial 7348.
P1 Wnt I Wot B 3 large lot. an excellent 2-109. Br.n' wa' Ber.G tk; some 2 chickenhonseg A-I _
; .1. .. .7 f. apartment Int.ny present tun EAST nice :dial win 9855 e J. I = ,-proud to own that I 3 acres of ::! containing I condition: 2 bedrooms sleeping porch: I LANCASTER PARK Overlooking
MULES-Have two good wok mulea. i I until 5pm daily hour and apartments bringing I: &o hOi : a* your Ru fo sacrifice 80 bearing dt tr On a paved plenty of fruit, one block from school Lk Lancaster In man bewutUu

work good .Dber. bars'! HOCSE OR APT.-2 bedroom in 827O per month. Nice asionsnent i I J(fnt _el 1 buses I j LAKE I oi'BO&SECTION-AUra j I win be t to f..D. road close and with I and boa. will sell to responsible parties I B.r of Park Restricted area among

one I small .orl b perfectly good section Permanent resident.References citrus Lot well $35 0. $ n terms _. live \ Just before nigh Price $13.SOO. Walter W. a all convenience Offered unfurnished for down- balance bean ;fa I homes 82 300 Phone owner
can be a 1404 w. ,' fmP. Phone 8156 or terms. Exclusive .lndscp. )'NrsL R. j r= :prices. Immediate pl. 5: meet CNRY Orwin .no Office Immediate POSMMHI M. 8. VerroweRealtor. tr-SB -1.10 right in. .I at 2-O647
Chorea & ph. SilL I I. write P. Orlando kO" Estate 36 Wen i 29 E. Church St. Phone 7S33 I Matthews Sam
$ 0 1 13. F Realtors 118 Robinson, dial :rm 11.0. -Ed1. 3 No O.DI A.e j .206 8.
2-315 I _. D &Broker. C 443L 1 0 i 7833. 1 i Main 7811. i t [Continued On Next Pare"L7" ]

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... "from ritc.dthz PUt.) 56. BustriCTS Property- .tor .'jCKtrRCH j 16. Business Opportunities I I 6L.uins_._ Up U j t Mister 8re er I' 71. Autos-Trailers n _Wanted I! 75Aatcs for Sate_ I|I <( rlan??in g-rntinrl I I II


I- It. Lots fot Sal 8T. W. 020-93 ft fr\ AUTO rurntteie. Diamond : WE SEED CARS Let as see your LINCOLN--1941 4-door sedan Fully

01.1.r. (lane 3-bedroom hv b1 BU5lNtl OPPRTJJ AJ ,I Muter bcanom tl'l, oinpan, ,f -5.. 0 1ms im,. i did. car.u aa offer, before po. "1i.Ped Hew paint loo BeaJ'y' a WED., FEB. 5, 197 PAGE 17 !

*ecL.AzT4 tat; sn psn4 Itze.Iar 93. r.711. t Promelk V. 4 V UK phone M.I Z- 33" I .."a 0wL 14t seal Ofcat a__ til H Garland bes..
.&1. i Irsd.. Car or what hat ORLANTX ATE. -Someone Is over- : 'eua a. '' Ave pawae 2-434. Itneace the balance. Evaaa Bar- 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale

yoa. FrajBtls Mills Bear Lake. lkm U desirable I' ... CASH LOANS W. uickiy, (Ul tf 2-5 A ; '& ."&Lthteady kaevs how to :caia La*. terser Oarland and an.,... i iI
Is prprl. I1M Biiijy SALON email-1m heart of (300.; On or furnitureAtlas TRACTOR. Case disc plow .-ack
Wr-cir.* .n. 'U8B FrUca. D 11.p 1 or sat the disk sVoUer taw war car or
tea School aeeUe.. ('OO. Aneebllt n-2 has foarapartments city; _IJe 14 yeara well FUtaCo., 311 8. OrauceapposlU lwjI rt-M Mtuty. Cash aa five __ Why MERCURY fully u.'e're.s'e'd mileage. ;,I spray t ak. fertilizer distributori
besidec and 1 equipped J." City H '_ away* Gees chance price All la fin shape Priced reasonaru 1
(300. Terms .a aay of these u .cll' &al __ .u we a Priced to alL mean ,
we to tllrabelli '
'r I. Income of (398 fear I j I I W.ID 3O1 0. Oraace sUosaoai Trail. 7813.kW"CAR Inquire at Black's Grocery, Long- .
aVrokar
McEJieny. 107 31 na.
T Price Call OTUrf f .t H".r. CABS LOAHi -Quickly mtae On furaiture. 2 S'c $1= Marling Use earl 101 K i wood
Wanlneton fiw haL a- n. ask ro 12..0. : BEADTT town; > autac and diamonds Orlange's t EXCHANGE--used cars 5400.hfGTORCTcLZ. 1 YSFIa.It3S
for TelL rWo" Ut SHOPma ..M. See us before sell I IWe panel truck; goodtranspes'tatson
I
JU. ator; c ret Jlok building; awn Jom. Finance Ca. 307 you I 1945 Indian. 74- !
LAKE FRONT-ISO ft. on aica lake; Pne Je..i. a Mt.1 Bid* 3-0304 |. PSi the bUiwac cash price. 319 ,'I Black with chrome trim May be | 919 Floral Dr- Phone tor fair 6552.price. $170.
J close in; ana. Raasonsyfcly ( 6 Realty. Colo.FILLDfO W. Washinctaa. Ftaww 3-2883. seen at Orr's Service Station 300 'I
priced; Lct.4 CHANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-lane. : guwst Cam LOANS Furniture W. Central, BRAND NEW Alain reduced to $!.-
close la Site suitable for : note and auto loans 3-hour service 75. Lobs In Sato .73. cave (477: 1/3 down balance
tourist cabins park The Je fatally Loaa Co.. Ml Florida club coupe cood coodltwa. -II II'BIo.581941 hi easy monthly payment Frank

'LAKE mOHLAITO elect erty now has trar D. !1. .income Bank Bide. J W. Calm msnM i. AUTOMOBILE ACCTIOH SALE'- Propbiu and iiauxWon. 500 I Reed 201 K. Orance Blossom Trad.
y.ur hoemesit now In this restrict- BTATIOM bargain U Phone Z-16SI. W. Central: 4853. 781)3
Each Thursday I wig IKaII
bu accept
(d residential development. Wort 811t.D week Win
a and i..tnL e. 0 Jatia. a froa 9 a. aa. I P. mAJUOB can OLDSMOBILE 1S1. HydromaOc SEE THE MTLLEK .
iaprovemeata is now smderway.'AB bme. ; entire ? GET CASH her*. No red :', p Van
lotc are 6* wide craatcr. i responsible* ria-ht "r e tq t and &x. exceeds (4.OOO. BOIG arl" Ak Flor : bid li pea care to ana your en,. I Telepnone-0" Baaro.4155.OLDSMORILE.1541.neater aeat cavers sad taadeaa traiWrs ia our Mock
1.
Priced from 1500. McBatt-Beactey, 2-0642. for pnr. $C .. Information ia office ida Credit. 31 P.let will accept you car at the cash valae before yes buy Plenty on head fee

Realtors. 11' W. Washington t.ftuDf J. AL.. Ohio ff" t only. Courtney Bealt7r 392 B. Orange; east .Gr.le Taet jtu.a on the car you bad IlL Vas .ay drive I Sedaaette Badto : immediate delivery General Truck
6106 Et dial 22471.FURNITURE. ;T and mtfieft. the foilowiae; car this : and heater. on.malllla k paint ': & Equipment Co2319 McRae Skit
Ot OP I wbfl sal for loan here seek dec euctwa Taw. 1942 Buck Excellent condition. Pay (440 down :J I| cUll 5599.TRAILER.

; TOURIST COURT-About an* 'acrepith oem Personal Finance Co..;24 eooieruele iuu ._. 1942 FoouseSdoor i end let a* finance the balance lIonsBargain ''!
LOTS-Several coed tots, 18th. SPACE-If you are crowded
on 8. Orsage. Room 3. FInns 8-314S. feuesatkner. excellent coadvtioa. Lot. corner Garland and
B* For (400 each. Bally UcKlwack.'Broker 1T-92. New 149 ft_frontace .B.u: Robert E. Wolle, Mir. 146 new Chevrolet 2-door Fleet- Amelia I'"i come ta war place, ibsaee Traiai -
: I81 vi I*. Orange AvajPhone STORE-Located aoe Park. 2820 B KBM-
house. Mo location I master r. ies* than 300 avUes. 1946Otdsswbilc OLD6MOBILE 1937. 4-door sedan 1
9932. btt fo Wllnt Central Florida' beet :
LOTS-In :.. 4 loU covered court worth U 111-I of store la well .&U. aeolnt t. I w convertible M. used. JJWOauks. I sew seat _.. Well cared f or.I I
; William ANT TIME'- 1942 Pontiac -door. 4 new 425. Cash only. Sec ct 4UV
4 ; vita fruit trees and heavy with ube or C. F. Bslfhrldrr,Jcr.Brer are f ,O mp and I i tires esvceilea condiUm. 194 1 Cad- Hampton St.. until 41 00 p S'I I

:ifruii. Also overlooking Lake Crews Waahlnctoa. Jawr.I .U. you want to borrow money, ilIac Cl 2rea_. like new
rio (1609. LJndbere. Broker, 41 E.Robinson. for lavntr and .C.t. 70",1 1943 statiea Core. 1949 axaueaecoa OLDSMOBILE-1946. 2 door .d. DeSotoPlymouthPARTS
us ready to serve W wacoa '
Ph. 20818..LAKE TRAILER fronting PA tuitamp dt. I"' D some t for inventory. "I Ion < fer tJ confidential service you. o. Ford. 1941 Ford Tudor ninth.a I offer cIte black Private bydromaUct heater Best
teU. Ph. 2-6713.
LOTS-Ona at tnuriaken .. routine back OO ft. to beavtifuiflsbiac pnce. ; estimate stock and er with flexible te .We try t Urea. 133 HupeoaOtic. 4 new Call between 4 owner.and B p m. J JI AND
other on Lak* Butler in Winder'mere cwjmmlnf Ideal accounts run around (33.OOO. ranee everythine u.you iilH Urea clean inside and eut. 1939 I
; priced low for quick cash sale; spot for aD (...e.. I I For detail yt W. B. Nicholson. Loan (10 \$300.I .1 U : Dodge l'.t.e track: Dew motor and PACKARD 1936 club aedsn129;
i
< dpment Ca Ra I 193 PoBtiae 2-door good I good condition Priced nsht for
call 7665. Main good tiree. ; ServiceExpenenced
oAKJt.FRONT lota-In InterlaaemUnusual. t51.Dr Ad..Jr. WlDt Pak : tr. 1 S. SL phone F.ml' Finance Servico I 32 W. tHen and cood UaawonaUon. 1941 1 I evict tale Inquire 20 E. Amelia Ave

Phone Httdaaa: rouh. good tire!. 1941
City Conveniences; restricted. I' WASHINGTON ST. block. I Cent Aya 185
Nydeccer Inv. CoSO* K- Duplex completely&T-70 home GAS STATION WANTED-To lease. Packard dub C08_ (aad tIres and j jI I PLYMOUTH 1936 DeLuxe coupe I Mechanics

Colonial Dr.t dial 801 ,. end income owner uhd side by rl.bl couple. Box V S-etar. g. tr..n.&t.IeL l-.eet these I I Man aesSouth.. I wouidnt give
bat on GROCERY (2000 weekly Income I ran sad bid what rn care to ;i 5 dime to see a little red ant eat
new wants ;
'TWO E1l1araerCircle. more room
LOTS.-Qniiscsnj. west end Lake Killamey. Priced (9.bar with terms. Prank larce coaerete block buildIng; stare 63. Mortgage I! Thursday from 9 .. .. to p. es- a bale of hay' but that coupe" worth i
Las Hour-Kobe kiaton 2120 S. Oraaae the Orlando
mone Stomp down cood Fletcher
'beautiful Realtor. fO7 Metcalf and fixtures: cash business; one
stock
lake view} other backs upto Cnb Bu. a Blataaai Tr.ll. j US. J. R. Smith. 33 E. Robinson.
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< it and laces en county hiebway.IComblned phe 3-1710. Die home HP.ct. Chrm.D Real HOME LA5W. want to help you j 1
depth 250 leeU width SO Most seU this week. t 375 Ornl; 62. buy build a new one. BUICK IHO fia* clean email aedan i Motors Inc.
feet Several orance and crapefriut.trees SACIC business. CBILL.-Beer and wine; (2700: include We will give you prompt service. Office "We call them 'Romeo' and 'Juliet.- only we don't know tl.194. Ford 1941 MUOB .. I PONTTAC 1942 8 cylinder & .. ,
oaka. wonderful aoU. Liahta. buncaiow and aa lxM :, buaiaas. stck. I hours 9 to 2 during week 8 t I 11.29S. FoaUac 1941 club _pe. If Radio and heater This car U a
Iclty water telephone available. Coon- to front. 12.000 mine .fltura fllmle 13 Saturdays. First Federal S.YI who U which' alia 1940 port 055. FlTB ltJa bargain at (1395 R. S Evans 400 I 1020 N. Orange Ave.

ty taxes. Only two left of 12. 11.000 Joe 11 .qh.CaU : 1.nr E and Loan Association of Orlado b ( tow u S399. Silvers FoBUaa. 63 V. Orange Ave. Phone 4771 I
.for both. J. C. Brossier. Wilkm- Wth Ja Kt oln Pine Orlando. W. Colonial Phone 2-4541
; I.1M Acency. 8. COI' > .. E \ 1 PONTIAC-eedsn. 1937. new tag a
!son Drive. Phone 65. Help Wanted-Male 73. Auto Service I' BUICK 1942 Special ... radio real buy; 550. 35th St. one block

;'SEVERAL CHOICE LOTS, East and ST. Real Exchanged GOOD DIVESTMENT I LOANS on aU types of property; lone : heater d froatel'. cood tIres; west of Orange Blossom Trail
1 Southeast Section priced Item F.tt or short terms; low rate; iuunedfc. WANTED-Man and whets cook la AtMOT SERVICE E".r, a keaatiful car Uiro 550. _Paulync Foahee. Broker, 456 EXCHANGE joy boys' camp in P.nn. Write ) : prompt peer $1400; tall 24052BUICIC .
real 141
edge Investment is G.
.tt 10% a pill ate Harlow G. USM. mehalea "nl coupe 29.000 mile& original tires
,Boone-7255. Chrysler, a-passencer far I. ( cash return ant Aye Phone i,4r. Gdcll5. 1830 Baylariaa good .tok. .u.a. -193S: toed monies condition almost like new .>rke (1175, ph. 2
2.0.0 Orl.
eonity in email sefd lots. i ( 'I. this Orlando tr.. D. Varner. Inc.. c.I or will trade for small $.ck. 4665. I

;:U; Country Prvpcrtr for Saw Cc. Mrs. Maye :i fil f, 344 us* busiaeu buiiulM en orajue ATCaoe WHITE-Age 10 & 90 .lnile. free I t.i. 23153.AidHAKE. I loll HUUrett; 2. 2J. PLYMOUTH lUll cleanest smell
I 8. Orance A... to travel: no :: JOBS asP wheel EXCELLENT USED COUPES
h.lt Special Claa Motor
BCICK 1941 coupe
MONEY AVAILABLE for leans an sedan in town. 995. AIM 1937
outdoor
with
.LAGONA I&B. *, Law lieu located Homes and Expert Co..ork. u D. fcaauBcas.. -: ecrvic Wheels In perfect ruBOiua condiUoa.Badi sedan in extra good shape xsgA.StivenPontlac. ,
'. Call t r- 8u for details and show em- a .n.nba balanced while c. and ceY Oversize '
seal
.e. beater 62 W. Colonial
O w.
properties. Bettes A >
,A REAL TALUS tr two I.,. Bali gency. i1. et. W. Washington. Phone 8513. Ph.1218. evenings. 4:0 P. I Prance *" Sons. 1010 I tirea. 1386. R. 6 E.. 400 M.Orantt .
:
bedroom lens Jivinc Orange A..., J 0'0 PLYMOUTH-1942 4-door sedan. BetIcr
: room na )i. 10 111. AUTO LUBRICATION Washing, Av>. Phone 4771. 1942 PLYMOUTH
lit
yoa care for the open air but dent with careen U work ia group than average condition. Pay
:flike the Idea of roughing It," then patI;'l. .ttrm. .a PRIVATE for YOUG M. intelligent end plhln.cewalete ti end btr B11LLDOZER-T-6; track and machinery (331 down and we will finance the
all this. i h.l WON straight loan b fre. .rr. W Tie trailer. See at Club Chateau balance Evans Bargain Lot corner I Special !>Lux
fby means see tr. or apartauat Witr Park GIFTBHOP- Dlln. and ea r.al estate. Clark W.Jensstnenb09stetcalf to S Mr. King, Room C.. ane or phone Daytona Beads Garland and Amelia.
JI. .
one. Iwo.
a* three Empire

excellent construction. This roes aa J.. n-2. Msltland. c.U (25 and up. work CHRYSLER-1942 Royal 4-door sc- r.dlo.
M.ter. Defroster
.h_ has 2 bedu. r... OBWTN MAMOB, SVk -Mew very larce 3 FlaOBOCERT. _ _ SEAL ESTATE LOANS-Low cost! I expert A npl.'l.raU.A. R. Alt dan new motor (1500 Phone 9925. ; fog Wihls. new tIrea. Loots lIke fl... 1942 FORD
home. Will 166 Sales Wanted
,dinette and kitchen. Bouse equipped .lrom for U lI.t bedroom STORE and Gulf Service Buy BI .r Refinance Home Help Paint and Body W.r.. 1710 ee -. : 1775. On. Blossom 1005W.
]with electricity and other caodera'conveniences .a.. location .1 3 I Stationroom apt. ebove. Lot and .. fropnr. Trust De Mills: dial 3-4777. CHiVROLiT-I93 sedan with radia CJunh. Super Deluxe-

; includinc an automatichat 8-B "b" awner. 139x200 Metal carace for repairs p.n.I' The lra' l.ttnal Bank ) SAM-Ae S.I s.dl Ba AUTO BODY and tac Can be erenin -
$ Winter Fark. J. 1 WOR plntl; and new seen FONTIAC-1937 convertible coupe:
(7.0OO includes all
water heater and electric pump. l-a 2ntf represnt .
a.le. 30th
.nd OrlD40 f.I excellent $350 1005- good
running conditionradio and
of good land are Included In OWNER of Hush Class Uu.st11omi FhoneSeaford nationally known product. Contact "orl aD ana.
;j. -acres .. oWr. (OB W. C .
this deal of close-in property 'IIc* will consider Orlanderesidence aeQR.0HOCTQRE. I Frank O'Neal 311 Orlando Ave. CHEVROLET 1941 4-door aedan.pecial heater installed; (350. 1934 Buick;
aepU. AUTO deluxe in excellent condition good shape, good paint Job A. CLARK
WRECKER SERVICE Day rune
,(6.500, terms can be arranced.fOuenuer part .auC. Pistil home is *' Market.weal 'Birds. 64. Help Wanted-Female EXPERIENCED lady One familiar MILLINERY with S and ol bt. Cato's Service Station. and t.-hon., Uodrm .M fair, (250. Buddy's Auto Parts Carter .
OD cabinet. cow display -
eye I r Colonial Dr. Hobbs trailer. Like new. See Buddy and Grange Blossom Tr.
at Garland Street phone
block from post U completely
and Ora Broker 91 oft. e.blld. ice cream cabinet, two soft ALTERATION-Woman experienced chandisinc. St.t former experience 2.0891.AUTO. Orange BUsoom Hotel. Kls- MOTORS
{ Central Are. Phn 4196.'COUNTRY cad(36C ..ltUIU. fu."b grosses drikolr... beer and wine. peckss only on coats suits end dresses.p048tmP5. Box 48 8t. :.o 8TTJDEBAKER door _... 1 Champion- 2- INC.Ph. .
10.r. clean WRECKER-Phone 3-3741 for This car is no creaav
included}. 1. a '.prment p.. ..Ga 017. Unll1.1r. drive-In.tk. 1* W. CDtral. NATONA ORGANIZATION wat a. any auto emergency. 808 W. Central CHEVBOLIT-1941.Vn cood condition -i puff." The eelrlOO shape
: sites 'or eou. Asher Peter. ample clu parking; good doing preferred. Alpm.n for the Stt of Pr. Ave. Kambo. -Orlando Official Radio and heater 2-door i and it has a very Priced I I 2-0744 (SS N. Orange Avc.

PRPU""Si.* Reslter, coy. Central' .. Mala good ; tea-year .b Ie.; ( BUIC-Dr, Shop, 13 A Dignified capital required.work no Good: Wrecker Service. DixIe Bales and ftemee. Cor. Boone 1 for quick sale at 795. R. 8. Evans ,
1916. Fr a 015S. lul. 60 eomlNlo. and W. Souih.CHEVROLET I I 400 N. Orange Ave. Phone 4771I .
with _
Lake Fronts ask Ashes rntL 'I Church St.COOK. with yearly repeat BODY AND FENDER repairing ..npall1tin. ;
'Gon.Raltor7"H. pro.I1 sev.," WILL EXCHANGE ..P.reetdepresaioD ) Broker, 2-11IJ. 6 W. Church Bt. Courts. Must have c.U. cood per- .. Estimates gladly given 1939_ Buaiaese coupe; I VETERAN AND WIFE ...l1t0 tell :I

corner Central and proof; C4.20O "u SMALL Or SCuM hOI Settled colored woman; 556*. sorahty. Write for details and date I Satisfaction cuaraateed. D. Verne original owner clean, a barcatn.Martina I HUG Ch sl..r. Four new tires: only QUALITY CARS
LIMITS 3 MILESIT an come; and a fI home' HOTEL to lease with your wiling experience. National Motor 234: W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153 Used Cars l.N. Mam. 50.000 miles. Phone 9402 or 229 8
CTTY acre
home with Here ia .nted t 8409 Man St.MODEl. '42 CADILLAC
old dferene. buy. 2-7081. Courts. 945 Grove MeadvUlc.Pa ., FLEETWOOD
5 acre in creve. pins. S\
: paving; ercpefruit. per your chance. Addr. : B. 1(69. HOTEL-6o-room. modern, all rooms I CLRE VIGEAL COOK_Must CHRYSLER 1946-Town and country j A-1930. lone wheel base, ;,' Sedan. Hldromatic radic, heater

i- home, ( reome aM and lobby Thri.. others ned ANY WOMAN can earn up (23 Duoyo-PL YMOUTH SERVICE Repaurlnc convertible. The sweetest automobile coat body; winch A-I condition I' very clean' low mileage car.
3 rooms eemi-bcta up- Inc business De.1 decor.td Or. apply. Tremor CafeteriaCOUFLEnExperienced _, .weekly end get own dresses t t cars isn t Jill I.bor-it. in .the world Martins Used C. Newton. Rt. 5. Box .. L.I 41 BUICK SUPER
| fireplace; kitchen ..equipped: WANT T TRADE? I.ndo Sacrifice.ro.i. et .er with bonus without penny ef .1 applied engineering. The ability and Csn. 101 N. Mam 9409. : I 4 door sedan. Radio heater very
.
'ranee, rfrer.t isO ..t b.t ter.. Write I prl. &.1.fo sopointme0t I I...eareo; f te cook toed and strain latest dress atr cOt Dloa. know-how of our mechanics ia tope CHEVROLET 1541 Club coupe 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale i clean car (1.450.
3-ear a. We have a nice Grocery and Meat to ow .me. location.I home. No canvassing Investment or plus the equipment we have for.theiruse. See private owner Tim Merrill at 42 CADILLAC FI.EWOOD'I
lane I
frat pay.
erove. Market with a good steady ,I For one time service paaaencer aedaa, radio and heater.
home w city n" bl.le. standing property. lake i miles from post office. Phone experience n".r. Fashion Frocks see Orlando O'Neal-Branch Co. AUTO CAR TRUCKS Now available 1
tt poultry. t 12. that we veuld like to tr.. 3-1598. Dept. 46559. Cincinnati. Ohio._ Fletcher Motors. Inc. "Your DeSoto-: CHEVROLET 194O-Convertible, new for civilian use Also ample sup Like new In every way
ham. on the bus Un.. Plymouth "
Dual- Denier 42
1020 CHEVROLET
Bam .a N. Orange ply of part Orlando Truck aad
J.C. NATIONALLY-KNOWN tires new top. new custom .teonra.
Main D. "ehI4e..stock. fistiir.s and HARDWARE STORE FOB SALE CURB GIRL-To work .t new South- I has opening for CORpR.TON .A n. Phone 22320.LUBRICATION This car i* good and not out Welding Co. 1020 W. Church St.. 2 door town sedan Radio Extra clean

FISHTMO CAMP M ..a, rfal What have you luartcrc la rear Pole Drive-In. 1029 N. Orange Ave.COI.OEED m.n college educations; Central of line in price at S1J49 MartInsUsed 2-2O8O car. ".315.'
ril Call Mr.
t.d. Florida territory. Do not apply C.r.. 101 N. Wain. 84O9 CHEVROLET 1 41 CADILLAC
Pettier Other interests for. to sell at MAID l un- 1M1 I cave 1101k.what
Real u -Experienced. General
attractive e.O week er tors .IU SUm.ta.. sacrifice a.U hardware stock house work; fuU time. Must I I.s yon have plenty of Ilt.t.and Shellubrlcation will you tiff? I mean to tun Convertible coupe rad.o and heater.A .
I W.&a B. f"ur.a. lue for 2,300 catb. have recent health card. Good desire a h.ndsm cash Box the thorough scientific IlIbrlc.tloaEnrl' It. Martin Used Cars. 101 M. Main. real 'eoorty ten for (1 'SO

'1 rtjsldeae lit .* 9W Phone -] 6.M01lunlt. 9970. .1 89 S-Star appointment. "nook and trues'" of your CBEVROLiT-IIU Aero ced.a. Excellea' 1401. I 42 BUICK SPECIAL
I' SedSBCtte. Radio and heater.
car or truck I* touched. Smooth running conditionVbevroiet1$4l CHEVROLET (1,550.
,
:''this ..)locate IA chain o take Heal Estate GIRL Part time work mice cream 1 67. Employment Agencies mechanical parts assure you. A bargain-Pick-up at 150.cood 209 eondltron Hillside -- 42 CHRYSLER
WantedBEER.
III_ new and modern, dnve-la; see Mr. Walker at 1010 Sale response, prolongs hardtoreplace Special 4-1oor spo'tsedan. StCABIN New Torker Fluid drive Low BlOeace. -
fine flahlac. eoaveav I 8 Oranie Blossom Trail i BROWN'S EMPLOYMENT AOENCj j I parts and makes driving easy ; 1700.
'o A A really de""nd.bl. .
nt Memphis. Tenn.. I II I car.
WDE. Pl R. Bar Business lo.td. .Md. And Nurse's safe aad a plc sour.. (1 .- Great CAR For sportsman and' 42 STUDEBAKER
Louis
Lights end BarbecueTurnilISL any on Hichway 61. HOUSEKEEPER-White; help care RClsr.. I Southern Stores. 692 N Orange dial I light traveling. Nothing like It. Champion club coupe Radio heater
; .t. k For Information, work come Chevrolet 115 W.Central .
s .nr.ber. in Florida. Box (3 write "Owner, for children; room, board end sal- t ntr.l I IOU 2-1880 Boiler Company. unique sleeps 2. weighs only 94O overdrive MR.
Can IL7. WUa am.wlUs LOT W la L L. Mehler, Sikeston 1.. ery; phone 595. want help. .I 632t. I Ave.CHIVIIOLET1941. Its. Price only (825, Eec our lone 'U PONTIAC "5'.
CRE ; MILL 8T.-Auto service automobile I i
,IP AT EMPLOYMENT SERVICE ; line
ORANGE AVE.'Clothtac Lone COLLINS of new and late trailers.
Wmcert I
do\r'. .kr. I LADY OR .. ta I I and Nurses' i rwalrine. paint cad body work | 3330 Sowth Convertible coup Radio anal htater.
.; O. P. Realter. East Will of Ie. Excellent 11.1. CULT. a R.ltr. Stenr."Ier .. Orange Blotaom Trad.CHEVROLET .
I.b. oil cad
accessories
1 crau I Petersburg, run j Open eve- U'U
1.0\ a4 domeU. Deluxebusiness
B.n" .n.e bplsl. bokk."n Special
Albert '
; Pla-4661.! Hablch. Broke. luch Irok.r. apartment house located ia very best help St. nines and Sunday All work cuaran -1938. suburban OLDSMOBILE 05$
''Pine, Phone 8812. Alter affle* hour DROVES AND COUNTRY property 2-10. section ef city. Must collect rents as C.I t teed Ph. 2,4284 1714 N. Mills St I coupe. Radio and healer A '. ton truck. Good tires; P.nel.1 t door aedaa. Radio sad heater.
Wonderful buy at the redieulous price
RESTAURANT- Orance la.Wellestablished Price and truck Just ( .
Ave..cigs. $
wanted. Can 3-1993 Fennel. as utility from tenants 'PARKE EPLYEN 5EVI i ORANGE COUNTY right. (
can 475$. Bro business. Good .a bi I Dueo Compsny.apeclallnlng | of 91145 R. S Evens 400 .. Orance 1298.
ker. W. Church. lawn, : ;: .or
I shrubs watered I! ia auto painting and
.lease. call 2- 32 E. Pine Ave Phone 4771.
Price. (
FARM-160 .er. fln.a cltrna.coUj OROVES-HOMES-BUSINESSES terms to 1.0. The best of and h.U In first class. Will pay I; body work; special trained mechanics I| DODGE 1942 tractor and 28 ft. I These cars sold with a 30 day tsaranlee. -

buncaiow ea .lall P.rl. M. Pot ISO .ld furnished apartment with for aU type ears: upholstering doneby ventilated air-eonduioned trailer; .
your property with accressive ter with Herman 69. Work Wanted-Female CADILLAC 1941 BedanetU. Heat and
3 porches In. aU ntlities free. Must be priced to sell: can be at
rooms. Brokers. Inc. er 677 N. dial able te West's Trim Shop. OperatIng la seen Gato
9855.
paaeUnc. New 3-ctory Pn arCs (72 N. Ch..ut.JenDna. Or.n. give as well as 3 first-class ref- 641 I Service Station. Colonial and Car-
Orange County Duco Company
bouse.ILota O.ef Av. 124. RESTAURANT bne Senior: college educa music. Upholstery like new Orici lend I J. C. McKELLAR INC.
chicken house and new HOUSE e and wine; also er"n if interested address Box ACCU"AN. : Lexington St. ph. 6013 free estimates | I phone 2-0881. ,
M acresbnlldoced. Will trade 1941 hydrau- ice cream ; experience
\ of 4oing good 51
Itr'fWPt ) matte OldsmobIle as down payment businessRETAIL: $47 matnrl. 8ta.LUR taxes profit and loss .t.tem.nt.p.r. given nal black finish. Light grade oil till ,DODGE 1941 tiactor ':. fuDy "Your Packard Dealer"

.n.r sweet ptt.r on close in furnished home. Car in STORE. C.nl.L and dishwasher com permanent only Box I TRUCK-TRAIUt-R REPAIRS-'Brake I II equipped: good tires 5 forward 342 H. Orance Ave. Phone Sit
1'Indenlop LelEhton& good new tires radio Downtown lo.tln 12 ( !I service; frame work: body rebuilding being used In the smooth runnIng speeds transmission. 2-tpcrd axle,
: L Bar. J' cnditon 2 lease. 'BKKEPEFII profit i
11. Price ( nO t P.I ch.r. 'side tanks Sleeper,
-I'.a etc. 11250. Or
M. Phone Winter ..". '
Fla.ULKE motor rebuilding painting
1,1. Orvla. _ be.ter 274t1. Potter with Herman Goodwin. lo t.. .; tIme. ; ; ; best cash offer Florida Die
p.r
Casting
BOUSES I. Write steam cleaning, welding. Use our enslne. Special price '119$. R. *
WAMTXD-We have avra Broker. 677 N. Or.ne; dial MADD-General house work. Full Box 7 55t.r.II Foundry 123 W Riley: dial 2-183B
I MTbl for modern S time. Must neat time payment plan G M C. Trucks
tow
prop RESTAURANT-Main highway; b epenced. HOME LUNDRY-AnI size bundles.We i end Miller Distributors Oenersl En_ 400 M. Orange Ave. Phone FORD-.-Brand new, never used; 100
f!screened Vaaatlaa blindc Scar If your house is for 10s and salary. II W. Trailer ;
ro 1m. South I ORANGE
pnb. .. eood land, city .. Johnson Realtor. 140 \ ed..6.0 In 't.(5500 ca Jr. b. '. .rd Go 11 ft.I Truck Equipment Co, 3319 H. P. V-8; one and !-ton withor
water.e This will move cjuKklj-.- A. "Bpcciallxinc in 1.1. HOUSEWORK child care; must McRae; dial 9809. 4771. without brand new fiat bed; owner,
\ etc. (7.500.4.0uO Or..I 1012 Carter. Kittincer Realty, '. NUE. Institutional work: upr carry 20 D'J old child along I ph. 4655.
11 c* act Price e
c.
I 1 balance (35 mo. M. Dornign 2-UI. orders. Write .nt. Box and IU..U dt I Box 98 81.1.LUNRYLr" 731. Auto Farts -Accessories \ CHEVROLET-1940 convertible Special FORD PICKUP_1937. $450. New tac. I BUICK'S17TH

!ij. p. W.t& 145 M. Mala have RESTAURANT Small. doing good 1t1. or small bundles DeLuxe S-passencer coupe; radio 43H4 Lexington after *SO pat. I
'5809. HUSE WAlW. apartments pros- business. Priced reasonable. Phone22O47 OPERATvi. experienced only, for i ) Dlb.r Court. Apt. (. I AUTO SEAT COVERS-For most heater foe lights new leather Call 3-6301 I
..,. o contact Pine Castle Coffee dresses; .t..dl work; :j installed Best cover excellent condition; ANNIVERSARY
-
NORTH 11-92 mph furnished or unfurnished. Any price Shop. good pay; I days or General Motors cars FORDTRUCK-1946 I1, ton; dual
furnished bouse; chickenruns ranee. Phone W. B. Ni hon Real Sun Dora Mf c.. (4 .klr.Pin. 1.t PRACTICAL NURSE-Ph. 2-3261. while you wait. Stiver Pontl.c.nW. S1195. 919 Floral Dr. Phone 5552. wheels refrigerator body: this track

cO ; house i exceUeatconditioni tor. '-11 1 8 Mala.LAKE RESTAURANT -. Excellent lo.tlD 1. i Colonial DISOTO 1942 S-Passencer DeLuxe used very little Will trade for late

pre (5.250. 8. Fran- Flture ice cream m.cnea, bra SALESLADIES poise and ability. I SHORT ORDER COOK7 Good references AUTO SEAT COVERS-Made to fit Coupe Looks like new oridnal model .4 ton Orlsndo Fish and Foul-

lo RRlt room CRUa Ar FRONT homes ..nt. city 0".urburbn license.established. Ba epply.Only those with 16 experience W. .oeeC. I I ;furnished pr.Dent. pleas your ear. Convertible tope. Goodyear tires. This is a real buy at 91695. try Co.. 346 ". Church. 4717.
a Simpen'a. 1 Can be at Caldwell Camp 6Kuhl .
e.d. 47. Clients (100 .dl arln. : telephone 2-4839 alrtoam for aU purposes. Alsofurnlturs seen or FORD 1938 H-toa pick-up truck:
I : new. tile bunear Broker. W.. C d.l. Priced at (8OOOcash. STENOGRAPHER-Typine and ah.r. upholstery. State Auto Body j Ave. H mU. South of City rood condition LOW MILEAGF DAY
URNt For WIDOW Desires ; telephone ownerequipped.
Pn.D. office work
I j jWInter
.. I rO, moder 2 acree fine Tl dl.1. M.nl Ho..rd. hand af.. Call I pr blla. Works. 1280 Orange Ave, Phone j Liimto. Wed and Thurs 2.0331.IEDERAI.l939.
Hichway. 3V. B.okr. ) Mll.; Room 5. 8. Orange st.t.mrat am bk".epID 1 Perk 478 Orlando 3-O429 I
l1e d..re. m LISTINGS WANTED a.Pel 1 I or i DODGE 1933 eedsn; the cleanest.cheapest
.. O- H.ro. TOURI3T COURT-Winter Garden I TYPIST, experienced Knowledge of r..n b.ninl in Orlando priced to tractor-trucL'fliJjy
car
7 A Jam 1 GRILL GUARDS-SIngle. double and
out 1. de. real .
: 39itil.BEDROOMPRA 3Ist year Road; one acre .ground, with duplexewner credit preferred. MIDDLE AGED widow desires position -I II Floor Mat. Chevrolet. sell can be seen at Cam's Service (695 Fruehauf 28 n.I .
"Prln. triple bar.
.. 118 Peren.1 Rat
mortgage loans N. semi-trailer (1150
; I Can be
; terms 2-7912. housekeeper for I for seep
U I Buncaiow. aces.LOTSWANTEDClty. 175. ; Interview 5 pm.. ro as couple Ford. Plymouth Universal Economy Btatlnn. Colonial and Garland phone vorkin Florida 1942 BUICK SUPERCotiverttWe
Quasi; 4 TEA ROOM-Winter Federal Bide., 56 E Fine i I woman man alone. 5pl cook and 2W1K8I.. Die CaXln Fpua-
perch (a* and .leUI Park. C.tn. Ddl Auto Store 335 8. Orance. Phone lire. J21 w 1xiee, .eli _a"R Coupe
'IreD ta high .clientele; emp"teb be rapid very neat. Ph. 2-101 $443. I DODGE 1941 4-door sedan. Newtires I ;
1..41 TPIT-Wu'
or suburban.. equipped and. elpnenee. I ti1$40 IW-toa.; lone wheel base; Actual Mileage 8.919
: hicken house b.r .. blc.marine oPr.U.; price U do -- ; radio. Good condition' 9950.
oX land Call 3-1993. Fennell. Broker. S W, Full Ave.. 1.0. not .cr.t. 70. Work Wanted-MaleBOOKKEEPERACCOUNTANT 1-- van tight body. Good condition
d.tall. .
crave wit 3 ar :4 .111. 3-4591 for appointment SEAT COVERS-An mskes. Installed. 100 E Rollins Ave. phone 42 5DODGE I (1750 Radio and Heater
Church Call 4117 between 7 and
ad water ea I mile TOURIST COURT trailer park, with I i< 1941. Fine I a. m
running. iousjlookIng I (
m.
p.
r downtown. Immediate J- LISTINGS-Of your property; w* liquor bar end on U. S. WA1Td.SES.-.IndIan' River Hotel desires White llde-arsll disk 13 end 16- town sedan. New
lof at '15.500. Terms. M. J. solicit yours today; C. B. DY N. 1. excellent retu.nt 17 over- InnIng Room fuU or part tune work; schooling tires:;; HOUSE TRAILER 16-ft. 1946. .
Fla. Must '121$ Btlvtrs-Poatiee 62 W. Colonial.
Broker 133 Booth phone Realtor 104 Jefferson. night 15 Rkleae. In higher accounting. Will sleeps 4; (9SO. D. L. Weatherhesd.
con.lde
plus be
Wa oI.LIST I Ph 21' rom klten.tt. single; hotel room and Inch. Floorraat jacks. Electric fence 1942 BUICK SPECIAL
977 or S20' or 0 room. bath j 3 board furnished: ."r.ae any of.r. Phone 21334.000KKIthPINGIncoma Little VHIaie Trailer Perk South Or-

"OR SALE OR TK0 acres"?* TOUT property wlU Gr.B. space for 40 tr.lr.SOO ft. on hishar tips; t8h.week .I.r for "eII'. tax ..t controller. Fender welt. Other parts I j DODGE good -mechanically 1937 4-door sedan; clean;, pore Blos.om Trail 4 Door Sedan
rubber
3 and .. with SOO accounts ; new HOUSE
land. BO.000 Realtor. I ft Apply pren or call Cocoa. 230. am.1 ebelt. TRAJLER.-Ahn. Silver Moon.. Actual Mileage 4,239
Jtrd. ,
lousea. tobacco barn schoolnd A. 2-U7e -Next to Florida fishing pier plenty of room for ask for l.b Hostess, 0 Jonsson. 2-44o. end accessories at Kenyon Auto 959 phone between T and 9pm i' 27 with Butane .... and large

bus Slsytoo, Reatr. 33 I Pine; p.nlon cood Income. Price low at for Interview.WOMEN Re.e BOY-Ared 1*>. intelligent and stronc. 2-0123. evninc: excellent condition priced

15.0 substantial c.a required. 18 to 45 of age wanted no bad h.blt. desires work after Store. (74 N. Olin,. Ave. Phone DODOC-1941 4-door sedan. Fluid! i unit ta sell First trailer ct left of

451..U 3 ACRES ( miles from cen LISTINGS W. need O..r.Box 6 8rr. for cafeteria e.r_IUoa. No experience I school Would like drive. Nearly new; white sIdewall I entrance to Carolina Trailer Camp 1941 BUICK .
OId.; 3 ft. on lake WAN' 10 ACRES.-280 f. front on Orance necessary to start. Easy to I to learn printing trade stock k..p 3-2970. tires. Pay .3OO down and we will finance HOUSE TRAILER-20 ft. Silver
revel .h. bedroom 3 a ne'1.a hOe.; anure Blossom Tr.; block 'i. learn. Six days week. Uniforms fur.nished. Inc. er office work. See or the balance. Evans Bargain ll I'i I Dome; electric refrigerator, per. j Convertible Sedan
ra eervaafe lIul..prDrt Joe tion beer parlor, lunch Ideal working Clyde Austin. Apt. 3. 428 B. Jackson Lot. corner Garland and Amelia *|I manent Inneraprlne bed. new awning, Actual Mileac %."
t b.t b It prl.d ..I.t. rO
ath. screened R.alt. Waahinetan. modern house erove. d. .te.e Apply Tranter Cafeteria eondltol. C.a preferred. TIRES Two 6SOxl Ooodrich Silver- DODGE- 194. 2-door Heater and I I I electric brakes and dolly. Like new
..Iw cround larce double ca Dial 'Ill I graded road truab tral BUE x Resldeata Florida seat covers. $2,000. Call TitosrilleDESOTO 1417 29th St. Radio and Hester

a nelt Trade-la as old See pixie ,'. sell aU or p.n WHITE WOMA General house Lt.tu.. 1" 8ta.CUU.nc. : 7en town with tubes: Motorola 7-tube 1 81 j HOUSE TRAILER-18' steered iraeOB. -

,m.n' (2.9OO, LISTINGS WANTED ClieaU owner tint Otd.rd ItUol work. 1948 convertible In fine condition X
.r. H. ... waltlne.E north ef on Must havecharacter station attend- coupe; O Mar-
cubbedcc. .r, Wlntw P. Slayton. Realtor, 33 .Pine K.lmu. reference and health card. or table model radio. 3100 EdcewaterDr. radio and foe Uchts: slickest thiac ble. Aloma tub-divlilon. etrathy
Pak 1203 J. St.. phone (651.LUTINGS' NEW JUSJa..o I.. Good home and good wages. Ph. 9.70. helper. Ph 3-7061., l.carpntr' In town; belt offer; ph. -'. Lane Winter Park Near Showalter 1941 BUICK SPECIAL,

WANTED we ha the Usa "lla YOUNG LADY for slt.rstions" I DESOTO-Late luxe coops; I Airport. Actual Milecje 11,643
Badness
Property for Sale ment. For sale or lease. lloe..l
e bur. if ,the PrP7 i Orange Blossom Trail.38t 8..nd men's clothing; and saleswork. COUPLE-White. wants manage or radio. overdrive. ; .xtra HOUSE TRAILER Dot versa 1. best
I HOUSE 18 Ca A T. Carter. 9SK; ". nD Pleasant opportunity for the right', run apartment house;t estate SPORT TOPS-'One day service (50, lane b..e compartment. hN bad condition throughout Pullman .
ART bath-and J C.r.r W.I and Central. BUYERS WATriNO. with caah; fO pra Apply Gait's Clothing At Jew or as c.rr.ker. prY.t, best liP; t.llor made ges tcovecs. 521 perfect care. Owner will sell to In-. I eat stove: all heater, dishes Inquire

ant and rear .. prnt LISTINGS: WANTED-Homes, crovea. profitable going business. Courtney elr Bore. 225 W. Church. of rfer.n .a. 11 93 S-Star up for sedans West Au- Trim Chop dlvidyals only; ph. 4655. at the Liberty- In front of Palms 1942 NASH SIXSe

'er perch. WU :: good bl1&e.property. Richard Kasaroe, R.at7 392 N. Orange 3-2471. WE CAN USE-A few good ".Itr. CITRUS BUDDING or top work by in Orange County Duco Co.. 641 DESOTO-1940 4-door sedan; A-lt Trailer Park. Mr. Oetr.nd..r.t .

M&ditien. Always mrt R..l". 11'N. Oraace Are., ph. HIRE IS A FINE GROCERY la crow or waiters. We went tbo. contract only Go anywhere la Lexington St. 6012. price. 11045 1490 Fairbanks Wlnter ; HOUSE TRAILER Tanden stream: ft

red lr.U 2-19. inc community doln cood busi .0 character. Good oDI, UPa room I Florida C. E. Dnnaway. Rt. Boa TARPAtJLIN8--12--. specially Park. phone 239-J t I lIne TT. 45 model practically new. Actual MSf 12609

ice CUI.12. LV.It. Or WILL TRADE 1941 Will* pick-up ness. (6.500. to Spiegel- board. Season lasts April. 48. Orlando. C.I 3-7261. : treated. Sixes 7 Si 10, 9x13 ESSEX 1930 coupe S16S. For further lee at 8S4 Orange Blossom Trail. Radio aad Heater

AhTMZNT-.Prsia. home, lota er acreage ties or take 1 Whitney Spiegel Bealty Co., Realtors. 10O room hotel 9 miles toward work of any kind 12x14. 15xl(. B. F. Goodrich. Robinson Information please telephone i HOUSE TRAILER .1942. Streamline:

conditIon containing ( ference. Reliable Paint a.d 1' '0 Wet.U Bide. 2-t.. out Sanford end at Altamonte Bprtnts. Come I 0.1 W.nt preferred; Ph. o.-tb.3-3011. end Garl.nd.TINESUsed Winter Park, 210-M. I good "nditioa. Lot 4., Carolina
Owner ha :103 W. Fine. HERE IS AN EXCLUSIVE cocktail see us T. Altamonte Hotel 17x475. 19x500; SOOn Moon Park
.r..n, 3IAN.3o. wants job driving FORD 1941 2 door sedan 1946-100
rtl(17O per .ot. lounce. dining room a packacestore LOCAL BRANCH, of large national j.1 truck m.rred. : grove dairyor 16; to 700x16: as low as SOc. Silvers h p. V- enelne 5 new tires: new HOUSE TRAILERS 1946. Alms 21'; 1941 PONTIAC SIX
we have. terms FOR IMMEDIATE attention and new building to the eneem has opening for bookkeeper Whisnant, Box 654. Pontiac, 62 W. Colonial. clutch. 908 E Livingston After 6pm. 1940. R/Mdmaster. 20' new tires
"a Painter with Asher Peter f' minute fixtures and kitchen equip and stenographer: tar ..ek Sedan
pulte-Ilit with both furnished
your property bk"ep TIRESAU sizes for truck and automobiles excellent condition.
faltor. 70 K. Central tie Williams. Realtor. 31 I ment. Splendid doing good t. experience preferred F'RD-1I35 4-door sedan, good tires Roy Lean.
W. Wash- l.Uo. 8 Munson Actual
Apt. 1 Mileage 10,949
2-5. ; government surplus Clermont.
( Contact M F. Thomas MASON WORK-Block brick; hoar 9350. R. .. Evans 101 W. CenUaL.phone
hilton dial ; qiid. .Good PI.
PARTUENTS-Lake front aloaa in. ; (106 bl1Uea f.nud. W. Tire Co., Garland aad Robinson
Spiegel" Whitney N. Orance Ave. or block. Petrie, 20 Hart 5Z96 See Mr. McClsin.FORr .
!I-t daplexi ( rooms and bath 1 R.lt 1.k Co. Realtors. Spl.,1 Blvd. Orb Vlt.Rr. ; phone 7546. > lH3te--1-door sedan remnmtioned. HOUSE TRAILER Factory made18'

apn..t Also cattaca; com DN' LIST your property with me 33269.CLARK 10 Help Wanted JUST HUh TRUCK JACKS-5-ton at (1525 and Prophltt and Hauchton. 500 lone sleeps 3. partly furnished
va Il_ ..'1 you want to nU Hen !18. -Male and ORAUAT can S (-ton at (18.75. Firestone Oranceand W. Central 485]. rood tIres (250 Owner eoinr North 1940 BUICK SPECIALSedan
"lt In. 1. Burch. Broker. 1 8. F. BRYAN AND CO., But jb. Wt. 70 o- Concord ; See at once 1 mil west of FatrvUla
C. P. I ness Opportunities. We BARBER wanted; Apply Leo's fee? Box 88 Str.EJRINC FORD-1940. club convertible; dun. on R. P. D 3. Bog 530. In
jO ?4.Orsnie: dial 832(3.CWUrESS B WANTED!-Have client la Bon In exclusive listinis. 130 8. Court Barber Shop; 77 West Church TRUCK or semi-van I Owner 1302 East Roblneoll. Coffmsn yard Rev. O H. John Actual
o coming to Orlando. W.at ,, Orange Hotel Lobby phone Str.t. any kind of work WRECKER CHASE 2 boom: 2 : Hill Mileage 24,043
3-bedrooni furnished 10. 223.lI I trek hand operated winches complete i FORD 1940. 2-door. mechacicaflyeood i i HOUSE TRAILER 1946. Shuk. 27
BUII.DXNG-ColIes. Park. t. YOU WANT to earn 13 on In drink; Ph 3-0735. ; priced to sell 9995 This .
(15.000 will buy. be in. ; need three months, cost
0 lower (2900.
0 booms and I
with cable raise P.&t
..- .3 yean and she.wj Call Dick .t..t r.l1l.leas than C3OOO BUTCHER--A-L 125 E Gore. J week only Martin's Used Cars 101 I (2300 Rivereet Camp :
Bice Call Ray free rental 71. Airplane Sales and Service and can be swtveled. Holmes. (la. N. Msln. 8"011.FORDU41 Tavarea
Lennea T121. a Florid.,
tcoma thr. Tucker le lU 701 prp 1941 BUICK SPECIAL
ilL Joe .. Reciter. Br.D Just J. Holler Chevrolet. US W. Central.I4.
29 .
W.7.1'a Ine J.m. COMBINATION
Ut. COLORED COOK I I 1900 milesce. radio HOUSE TlUII.IR-2O ft. Covered
DiM (638.tTSIhESS WANTED .Property W. could I Re.lto. SUh Blvd. "Opposite and butcher watd Apply at AIRPLANE WAN-ID exchange heater spare tire slip covers etc.lwill Waoa. sleeps 4: built-in toIlet: Convertible

have the buyer t.u list For ADLRR Depot 7568 .' Tremor C.fetra.CMBIATIN for new blol hIM and AutosTrailersan&ed_ :] take earlier model In trade. Prtv- perfect condition. 145 Citrus Ave Actual Mileage 38,843
SITE Ideal efficient call Arch YOU WISH to net (21 per duO lot. Will finish hO. i see 1402 w. Stetson anytime
laUo ant L D.t I AUTO PAINT-And Orlo Vista. Box 211 blocks north HOUSE TRAILER-Alma. For
sale!
Frentinc 100 ft. cash of
or T. K. an ((OOO a
o Prcbu AUTOMOBILE WANTED-Want any FORD 1942.
I.Un Apply Mr. Orange ,, Nice slick business Special
id with \ a 11 I.Dk. on Hart Blvd. for the holidays The Cen
depth Central ((
R of lco ft. Arede. going O.ndo buslnes BII Co.. 630 M. usable cer. any size or model; Mr. ':': coupe. A "''. runs extra good; teal Florida leading trailer

j toker.nick 235 K. revaired.MaIn dial Jane Th.SC. B WE HAVE BUYERS wantlnj .. and d.t. with WiggleswortbHouss.Sciiwartn Gear-- 2-81. Or.n. phn. 1 I PIPER CUB delivery SALES new and anc.tr.ln.Onmediats Silvers. 62 W. Colonial. B .. to S :1! '995. etiven-Pontlac. 62 W. ColoniaL service We are offering a (.sales., models and 1941 OLDSMOBILE

business properties and homes. For DAIRYMAN eul p'm FORD 194O. Nice clean at erectly reduced prices Our
eta von Schiller. Realtor.. and sweet running motto
WANT super *
fDI LOT la CoUec Fark fu IN.t. sale list with P. A. Alii ao ; "Pra and super cruiser rl. Cb T-.f" AUTOS-Red tape? Not if you sell :j I convertible; well worth (1093. Is "Smsll Profit end Big Turnover" 06 Tudor

business district. This P.r e.R.ltr. 37 W. Wsshlncten.SAVE .. YOU CANNOT afford to mIss thesebuys. S. Datson Dairy tler.td. Conway Gln I I ter 2 mile .rent Wmt rPak. us your car; we pay top prices. Stivers-Pontiae 62 W. Colonial. Come see for yourself sad you be the Actual Mileaga 24,647
tular tot laces 3 Letter shop at 84.000. FillIng I Arl '
.t"fl. Call 8597. 977 after and Sunday.Harley Jude Big UmlAPPlr
for 10 to i3-acribojj. I I of 3 4 I FORD 1942 club A-I bottled ces:
BUTJ or 2 coupe condition
treatment or a Station. well located (6.000. Antiqueand FAY or cou
t aut Wadsworth *1$ 21. Orange.AUTOS trailer beds end .
J. Inc chairs.
*
rede
price must reasopsble.Coiirtn.y Gift SuburbanService to live and work I TWIN Radio new tires and new
"n Onll b Shop a honey. t te ENGINE ratings on Grumman end
finance
tt5 Ilr -rL Realty. 392 f'ta furnished.Phone WANTED-To sell at auction motor. 109 N. Bnghey St.. 441d. the balance en easy
J.O.nei Garage (5.500. Auto Parts, .I ; widgeon; land, and
.It Cn.a. 3-2471. hol { sea monthly term Sunny South Trailer 1941 PACKARD 120
i : each Fri. Everybody sells onlydealers
Viand. lot, '7! Oe I and Heavy Wrecking. (3.; o'' Lb W. .Fla. Veteran training Orlando : : sad avoid FORD 1941 convertible coupe, win Perk 1216 g Orange Blossom Trail.
H551. CUSTOMERS WAITING for h1 af the b Prn. Orrl t.. FRUIT CHECKER, experienced man. j| Country Cub. Ph. Winter Park I II buy. Come early Motors Aae- sell my equity 123 N. Summerlin Sedan
I the rush. HoUy-Robson INTERNATIONAL
OLORED OR WHTTaV 3-roont and Income' proPr. List 101. I(11. BHlerBroe.D.1 ,i Apply Fruit Co. at j I" 8t PICKlir'I4 Actual Mileaga D,'
Mea Parraj Blossom Trail.
2120 S
f famished b. todsyl lk.o 45 West I more and t ? I II I II tKin. Orsrce FORD ton. 146. 27 ft Continental house
hicken ; electricity cad .ter AI.UOa 1 2-10. Cntrl A. I Anomobl for Bent_ | ROUSE TRAILERS For quick sale -Model A. 1931. Phone Pfe.. trailer For sale or trade for property -
house and l%i acres lodI P. YORBAt.E-35-machlns Sportswearfactory ISURNC SAFETY St I. trailer to display O. W. Kusel. 2-O761. eit. 1039; between T J. J.... Leonards Corner.DftFRNATIOiiRACTOfj994 .
INSPECR brine our
CrIes soil; CISCO cash. 3 sad / bU. now operating In Orlando. Large I CAR-RENTAL. grade taI your I I 5-OO and 6'OO pm.
Busing DC.-BI .
I frem Tinker Bell Field out Opportunities Orlando Co. 1610 N. Orange Experience preferred but C"p.nr. cured I I lot for 5% We arrangefinancing FORDS Teresa Thru
W Spr.ra I I .r I .k -1941 and 1942: cx-taxlcabs
trailer
) "un t
; take trades en your ; E-'.
Ave Vlnelaad *d. E, and 34-foet Fruehauf ...
J, a Ave.LOCATED
_ _ essentIal Phone 1322 for appoint responsible pPl Call 2 14 and ctve you the cash. Wincert. 3330 4-door sedans For sale cheap Sec General Motor
I laser.lOLOSUL i equipped with new motor good tlrws.
ON ROUTE 17-93 ment.MACHINISTS. Livingston at_City Cab Co. 243 8 Oranse.. ,
APARTMENT BODC unit recent Nor Aye South Orange Blossom Trail Fh 7593 air sad vacuum brakes, spotlight, toe Finance PlaaRemember
New buildinc. business and welders, helper* and D. TANNER U-DRIVd-IT-Driit lights end air horns No for this

ATE.-For I.teas eoastnuUeav located I high cmbie. Nice ground; excellent set-uo m.a Speed Bprnr 'Co.I I rra low ratesby m day FORD.-.1946 Basinets Coupe. ;.000I I equipment win sell at a bargain use lee
1313 D. U-Dnve ,
W. It
td fo re.l.n& dr Washington In. 2 W. I DON'T LOSE MONEY H .. Feaalnctoa. Pomona Park FlorMa -
t coauBtrcial property. hundredS ate. Carter Central Ave. Prior .
0 d J.U section close t 70 15.0..J.menn Phone A. T. Carter. FAINTER HEEWI be experienced. actual miles Delivery Immediately or telephone 2341. :
I apply I HERTZ DRIV-U>-6ELF SYS'IEM. : We pay high prices for any car. PLYMOUTH "
.
three- hundred feet. Can Mr. WU- store cad theater City bus service.FsDy '511.SMA For information phone 3-0746. !f Worlds largest auto rental system. Model A's to 1947. complete with 1947 tac. 11795. S. f.I truck: excellent- 1141toa condition. pickup John THE DIFFERENCEYOU


las with 0 P. BMP*. Bcattor. 1 J fumlthrd T I o the "fOt GROWING out of BUSINESS your own -home Can: RAP' MAN in -Must Firestone be experienced.Orance I!i j I with Reasonable confide jce.rvtes.also Drive trucks a for new re:1 H. Oranie Aye. Ollu Used Cars i I I2U I Evans. 400 H. Orange Ave. Phone In McMJJIan.the Tear.PONTIAC.3a Bunny. South Trailer Fcrk: PAY THAT COUNTS"

crossing (75 per week; (2750 I end Co pnn. i I 9O4 N. Orr.ige Ave. Phone Inc. I AND
Ian Pine. Fhone SM2.CROCERV cleanest and most attractive propositions t..t.nt ludl. 194 i : *'. Truck: new battery;
truck: .a as TANGERINE PICKERS wanted report -I JA-U-r4fI INC.-Rent a car excellent 29O Pat body; Chas. THE TRUE CONDITION
la the city. See Bale Dean part balance cash. ready for work e-m cornerof I every car insured f Whitney. Winter Park 145.
STORE email
eroeery businesc. -Excellent buys stock .W aStr.prent B I Church .a Leo Streets. Dr. F. I Service men l. N. red D. VARNER. INCwants to buy your HUDSON-1941 4-door sedan. Very PACKARD.-1937; 4O motor end OF A CAR CONTROLS
16 Phillips ... (20 143 auto or track and will pay highest good condition. Priced reasonable.Pay ;
funirea. Bettes Investment 3* W. Wsshinctaa J t.p. _Ca trailer *.-ton
trailer
lease. -
c I 9245 down new paint: ITS VALUEORANGE
and finance
will
> cash immediately D. Varner, we
and
f. C-lO. V. > jani the balance. ; will nell or trade
H Lan Ct Evans
Ct a Inc. Studebaker Sale and Service Bargain Lot cor*
f. 3 ( 8&Phone 8513. t.r good (20 RENT A JEEP-1946 model Jeep either Rt. 1. Box 171. Clay and
.nl.l 13. oU york 234 W. Central Ave Phone 23153. net Garland and Amelia.
LAKE Beautlfal -kr. Call 2-O5S. lOc per miie.. We furnish every Limit Sts. Kissimmee. FIn
view; caeat LOANS cost lets r thine. Jax-U-Drive 143 K. SPORTSMAN'S TRAILER WantedExchange --. JALOPY-Overland, good motor. O.
home.r .IAL : ; n DaD TRUCKS'-GMC
rooms furnished f bed ml-trsileT
7 YAW-Wte ha W. Martin. tractor
194 Frame Schooner. Canoon-UUls Road.
rooms, l. front furnace h f Naton.1 c .wi. Pne I ) 4 2-4. 23 fiaee Job. Ed Gumtenik. 109 North of Airport.LDIUOLN.1845 unit. Model ? $. 1942 model
P loan r
h.. location Sunshine AUTO BOOT end Faint Shop. .r c& Wh.n fo WANTED by large chain 0 cylinder closed cab. Also have
Estate property ties possession Grocery In..rr IU.11.10. ( 100 you -Payments ( (. ny man ta work fun O elP 3 &Sec Pace Ave. low mileage. 4-door Dodre _.trail. tractor unit model BUICKCOMPANY
Ite1. Ready for buyer 8i 166. a J5.7.e 13P.r."u 12.50 salesman ta fillIng SU.KHI loud SPOT CASH PAID for your used car. sedan dark crews radio and heat TH45. 1939 modeL ( cylinder dosed
;
ta fa _; balance so*, Many Mark S 2. 186P.rIt It 67 hours working coiKMions; apply AUTO REPAIRS-Day o alcht. Su See J. C. MeKeHar. Your Packard er. Phone 2-8971_ I eab Dedge has 20 foot length traitor

'. soa .11.i. .jetoa Louie Osp4iePestle... 143 N. w t( 4OO.. yon tea get get 278Pr.nt 8 In rl.. Manager SP Tiding pn mechanics. I a08 Dealer" 343 I. Orange Ave. Phone UNCOLH ZEPHYR-1939 model excellent Both tracks can be seen. 'suffer
aoai .. 2-lIes. PTu 33.4 S147. condition fine and Cheiafce
J 8 ( 500. get 4 H. Orange AY. f t urea Company Apapka Florida
-
ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL; trontace. i T.OOO. yim&set 93O.-P.r.nt 41.1. AUTO PADJTIXG and Body Work. TRAILERS 2-20 er 22 ft, m need paint; S1.05O Cart Tefder. 744Edcewater Phone 103

A earner fo Oppr"nlll extra I Figures hiclade life Insurance pay You can plAce We c u.Jte complete satisfaction r of repair for trade oa two months Drive phone 6910._ I TRAILER-Almost brand _.. 4- 530 K Orsace. Penile 3429"Orlando's
larse; .tln.ny 1. ) LISTIKGS lean ta eaae of d t I Want ou at prices. Central Flor old Span ana. Cheap Alee will consider LA SALLE 194O special extra nice I I wheel wtth rsceaeer tires fartor*

Smith. .ft Ett 1me. a. BuD O. Frck.NUJ.I tional Bank at Orlando, 4th floor. Ad by TelephoneDial t.*. only Al baked enamel. .lt Pmt trede of any trailer on choice : super sport coupe. A ear ta b box bed Tvl4-ft, carry ap to I teem I OMenS Dealer"
Phss : Basg.ers ,\ I t 4161 Lively Auto residential or business property or i proud of. CUM. .Uven-Fontiac I behind any car. Ideal for hauling 1
Ehcp. 3000 I. Orange: (0. Grants Blossom lots Phone 7593. w. produce and _lIaL Fh. 4(51. ,


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':Page 18 Wrlttnb 1H1tntlug rnttnfi Wednesday, February 5,1947 study of a selected Bible passage.!''man of CBMC International. He Golf balls have an internal pressure -
Mott will report briefly on his also tell of plans to have Le- of approximately 1J4} tons.

trip to Port Myers with R. G. .Tourneau In a citywide meeting i>entineI=,tat
Hairdressers r Haskins To. Address I
'Convene LeTourneau. one of the world's
in Orlando this summer. I IMorllla.
Warrants a Ride of 1M Mile
A hair styling contest will tea- Mrs. Kilvert, Business Men Today major industrialists and chair-, !Settings MOVES MERCHANDISEJanuary

lure the of the regular I
program Average 43.485
llasklns. director of or- Provincetown
meeting of the Orlando Unit No. Jimmy I Players "HIf kest Clrc UU lando Youth for Christ and state RAPETTIFOR S I Madam North SI I
j I
7, Florida Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Author DiesMrs. chairman: o* the movement, will Casselberrr. Route 17 ,
Assn.. to be held at speak to tht Christian Business SPAGHETTI
the Orange County Vocational Men's Committee; today at their 'erre* S to PM.-.Clad Monday; Palmist and Psychic Reginald and Rita Goode
, School tomorrow at 8 p.m..lt was Maxwell noon luncheon the Chamber of NEW LOCATION: Reader. If you are C Carl KesseU Sue French.
1 announced yseterday. nationally-known Commerce Bid?.. Chmn. Don Mott Orlando Oa Sanford&y e_5ltortC'llt1m Winter Para I tick: worried or in Carol Stonein
playwright said yesterday.Just trouble from any
name of Margaret returned from Miami wherehe reason consult the Hilarious Comedy
v at her home at Madam North. r
MOROLINE has been condvcting a weekof Now t
GflUTX Winter Park You've seen the rest,
evangelistic services, Haskins "THE PATSY" ,
otfumPlrlotEUtt IORHEUMATIC protracted Illness. I I DRIVEINATRE the best. Showing
VALUE ,. will devote his message to a brief now see I
A native of x Located in Pullman Houetrailer By Barry Connor
Kilvert went to I I at Bob's Amoco Gas "YOUNG WIDOW"
her parents as a Station just outside of Orlando Tonight Thru Saturday Sensational Jane Kuseil"DANGERWOMAN'
the early 1 I l'BESSER'S TONIGHT city limits across from OrlandoAir N at 8:15 P.M. -Also-.
there as the ; Base, on Cheney Hi-Way
In.the South Now Talc of her stories "HOTEL RESERVE" I straight out E. Colonial Dr. Price $1.00 Reserved $1.25
Sufferers
fain j"John Dover." I James Mason-Julias Mitchell Look for the hand sign. Reservations With Breads Joyce .
f *JOOO wkea ram, dampness "
1-Z44O Ud weather make the m-:.-! Among her '-HALr HOUR CARTOOJSS" TAKE JAMAJO BUS
: Heats and Poultry n Urarsdayn First Skew 1:45 P.M.
feel and painful. Often after | are the plays I Winter Park 827-J
ties
a an DELICATESSEN-RESTACKAUT Complete Show from It P.M. i I
of thia painful I Canary.
only ODe bottle moot 11' W. Chuck St.
mipery i II cone- Caation: U. only aadirected. I tore" "Golden } 't ,. -
.Today-cet a bottle of C-2XO. "The Bachelor

The She wrote one CLOVER GRILL
A Million Dollars

l io Relieve PilesIt I tour voluntary experiences which In a Good Just Food H Block 7 S.. .COURT From Reasonable Ornate ST. ATC.Price 7UiiJeut die atdh ed 'a &ie aJ.d'eMfJ aJ-a 1? /

is estimated that over a million guidebook to a.: CLUB BREAKFASTS
dollars annually Is spent for ,1918. Mrs. .
various remedies for relieving piles. study of Fruit Me and Juice nAH .. Se
Yet any druggist will tell you that wrote "The Seven ':

soothing cooling astringent Peter- of the first ..
son's Ointment will allay pile tor- subject which have you
ture In a few minutes. 35c a box. tention In Hut- ROSEMARIETEA
. 60e in tube with applicator. Peter- ed States. song- ROOM "Better than "Every performance
' son's Ointment brings prompt Joy- Her refutation" Betty I
' ful relief from itching.Money back: exemplified in husband Open-Seme Moaogement Academy Award
if not delighted.Adv.. made publicly. in on first 334 Park Ave, N. Winter Park good .it is
Franklin S&r daughter I LiiRChcoe 12 to 2-Closed Sunday '
president of Bris- Telepho. 555 : calibre!
rte" .
Academy of I .
once said, "Her louef/a/ O. Parsons
ceptionally RHONDAPsychic -.H* Wo Hopper

ally effective.

'( Tamable.Harpers and Clairvoyant

"one of the three t
ists" and credited CO. ADVICE AND HELP

nating one short TeL 9532 If
troubled consult this renowned
In addition to psychic

ity. Mrs. Kilvert I It la need of advice or help, visit .
:
musician serving this tided woman. She touches OB A.
piano teacher for every subject of human Interest. + .
I jIirIlM at Oakland. Cal. Studio IB my own home. Readings -
daily 9 A. M. to It P. M. S3S Or.
cisco was Undo Ave, winter Park. OB Route 4 F
group which later 17. opposite Fireside Cottages. When ae
) Francisco Musical all others fail see me. Satisfaction <
METAlIOX"WETTERWATER" t1
She is survived Dr. I faaranteed. Everybody welcome. ,
whom she take Park Lake a Dnbsdread BBS
It Stops at Our Door
Funeral

Pittman Park.ranged today Funeral Where D/scrimFncfmg People l God" tJ.

-NEW PURIFIEROF Obituaries I I


MRS. C. M. CLI. .
FALSE TEETH 1 ,
LEESBURG-
1P
lib Out BJ Breath Lad Tebete Stain here yesterday LOUNGE I
...._TeltlaSftltWa-AaFaIIiBs-r. Johnstown. Pa. between MaHUnd-nd ArUmoatn_ToL W. .. .IT".. s
oar....Mth twin.(.time. plats ef_lift, C.resident M. Harris.for many HUNGER no earthly Evil her beauty DESPAIR as love SHAME that led to
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every day.TO tie1 *aHva coots ear dento -

MtrHiM! plates!file Meals with bardeMo'vonuh.a bad tonah breath salhw...and aafl.farms...oajy Dolt I; been Surviving in ill health are HOTEL DINING ROOM love could satisfy! could not hide! became mockery! the\ gutters of Paris!

stain Harris, and & DRIVE AT ROBINSON
M.
$fall. w.tsq Is bad .. 1.f"W.ft.tW.t.r C.
/* tie new detereeii terdeaiiina. to K
DINNERS FROM $1.10
loses ft off. And !MI the tosak I I MR. MORRIS '
film I bfafted off by PLATO with It OOM tie Mr. Morris B. $1.50 Also a la carte -. PROD
--
caes ef......,.breath aid ugly" stains. K.S
PLATO Pe...,wakes"Wetter-Water'' I dent of Winter reservations for Luncheon Parties k.
1w tab. t..N ,died yesterday at Phone 1-41M fr MAVuj
|1.tkTpLATO"Wetter-WotTr" bath. See Orlando Ave. = SOMEQSEE
.hew denture breath end areiib-kko stains ( --- I W
fade ..a,. What more.,,joy the ...com. Mr. Myers was
fort In w arba, piatM! ....n.t ad cUan OSfalHig coln. Neb.. and ail! '
I' DANCINGevery '" '
The PLATO ww. ..... t> hamUM. .. pM.. In an attempt to 20 : ( 'he
Ikmwmbw nome-rtATO.. All for KATO He Is survived ; ,e." i
St ay dtsq rt.r --' Ida Mae Myers: THURSDAY SATURDAY 1
OlNT.04Io. and two 1:31: P. M. to 7 ;
Mooberry of .Stain"r LEGIQN HOME { tt
Mrs. Helen 1i{
-.. Allen and His Orchestra
N.J.His
survivors CRUELTY warping +I
as a memorial to t'{ Razors
f t 1 t will make ckkIlres
a \
to tion aid to the In DUCK INN BlOKOmTraU s. Orange -.to around him! \G; tt\

same delicious food. from noon till 5 that W : ,!, +t
from which during the evening.


.,0 00 the p.m.father Schult Funeral Fairchild Thursday died. MB SHRIMP 1.25'_ ,+ \10 &% \


ed that flowers d by
D+t

Y MRS.KAT oil u t t/r EDtkv 6 O 4
00
s
:
Mrs. Katherine B NUCX

00 o died She Is at survived a local jl t"l 1, OpRQYt F'l VMARTRa I

WHEN CONrtVATION make yon feel John K. Uraitis; Scretn p1aY
fNmk as the dickens,brines oa t4ff-iiTB Miss Mikoldo K. \\1 _
poet, eonr taste any discomfort: R SN
lake Dr. CaldweU'c famous mediaae more Md.; and SHOCK -
innermost .:
to goickiy pan the trigger on tars"HntiardsM A, of Orlando. as :
and help yon feet bright andchipper Funeral
againDL the Fairchild feelings are revealed! -
CALDWELL'S Is the wonderful sea p.m. Friday. rr; _
.lazaove contained in food old Syrup Greenwood
Pepem to make it to easy to tats 1

MANY DOCTORS.. fepsU Breparn Cuban Jurist i t: .
boss in prescriptions to make th.medicine
more palatable end atreeable to HUNDRED CHASE"
take. So bo aoro your Uxaave is contained Today at
in Syrup The Rollins the Discriminating
INSIST ON DK.CALDWtLfS fa.Torite : American Center
of minions for 50 years,and feel DINNERS CHICKEN
Armando Mend
Oat.wholesome Even finicky:reEef coOdrea from love cons6psboa. it. 1 Cuban jurist in From $1.25 DOORS OPEN 10 AM TNEATSES ,DOORS OPEN 12:45: .__
of "The Mind Park 27 500 Chase Winter Park
CAUTION i T/M only.directed. .
series today at : S-S Daily except Mini S-S p.m. Features Start: Features Start: "

r Russell Theater. : ''''' I t rjiniiii.iga.iiiiii'sfgiiiiiiiii7rjSa'iiiMiiiii''ipjj, !. :; ;!!! :' : : ] '' _
DLCHLDWEU'SSENNA I, rey is lecture ;,..:...:.,. 10:34: 1:14 3:54: 1:14: 3:54:
Dr. Mencia. a
I number of W 6:34: 9:14: 6:34: 9:14:
lAXATIVE American Radio : SET HOUSE
I world traveler, 1
COMU1-i M SYRUP PEPSIN "Ethics and Sea Foods. Chicken
Americanism.!!
I a Specialty! Curb Service

DANCING 1 es, Shrimp and Chicken Baskets -
I V.OGUE _CAMEO .
Ave. Phone W. P. 9191-R
e1,11' R C' OQNY .
LAKESID'E KILLARNEY KORNER Winter Park 1I 1..r. o.w. !s l/.p oro fs

.
SM PJC. .. 11 9M.KNOWLTOIfS to 12:00 Midnight. Closed Wednesdays I1:4s .. w: ( NOW SHOWING Now sColrrD" -
LAKESIDE ORCHESTRA or. Music of Colo Porter pelf ::4 -
IH Mdes S.aIA.1Orla.de o* OM Dixie BlI : 1e.1 0'U1.1AN
_t NOW SHO'MNGt- The ,Bluest 'OF H Hu.eld
GARY ,
BONDAGE'
I
I .. Hit Years! ,
I CABANA LAt\N ...LUsaOUS. GRANT' BlACK- -
BEAUTY"oOKlNO
this marvelous .
Try .,....t A ALEXIS
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Newest and Largest Night Club zSM TI H TOMORROWTECHNICOLOR

H.n a Mill F ,.yZt _
Cold Relief HIGHWAY U. S. 441] iH4 ? :' '

OF ORLANDO CITY LIMITS t-. ;., t5: l' ,

CHICKEN SEAFOOD ', 'a.J o.
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