Orlando morning sentinel
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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075053
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System ID: UF00079944:00009
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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Florida CitrusIndustry ON THE $5 BILLION BACK WAGE FRONT 1 I, Vandenberg !L The Weight Lifters I p6 Another Cold

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t Commission Meets Suit; CIO Vows FightDETROIT Gov. Warren 4 Also of Nation

:\ Tomorrow on Issue Rules Himself Out Feels Winter Blast

.. [AP] The momentous Mt. Clemens PotteryCo.

WINTER HAVEN-Practically case was thrown out of a Federal Court yesterday but GRAND RAPIDS Mich. 9TES' The second hard freeze in

the entire Florida citrus the $5 billion portal-to-portal pay battle still continued.U. [AP] While appreciative of rpm three days was due to hold

industry geared up its S. District Judge Frank A. Picard ruling against the "compliment," Sen. Van- Florida in an icy grip today

operations last night to clean portal time for the pottery workers dismissed the Mt.Judge's denberg [R-Mich.] empha- p through tomorrow with the

up and to be ready to shut Clemens case with a denial of sized yesterday that he was i fl oAD temperature outlook showing

down Monday midnight to observe damages. not a candidate for the Republican 9FE 900 continued cold tonight with frost

what many believe is an almost Rule Industry hailed the verdict. Presidential nomination. (1 YS M and freezing temperatures over

certain five to seven day embargo Said senior Senator iii 4 CzN
But the Immediate reaction of Michigan's : ST the entire State Monday.It .

because of widespread Assailed ByTalmadge CIO labor mainly responsiblefor "I am not a candidate for the will be fair today the weather

freeze damage. the avalanche of portal cults Republican Presidential nomination bureau predicted but the mercurywas

The Florida Citrus Commission I don't expect ir'tiwvir
across the nation, was that the expected to plummet into the

will meet at Lakeland at 10:30: fight wouldn't here. to be and I
stop 'teens in the top part of the State,
am. tomorrow to hold a hearing I M have no wish to
; ATLANTA, Ga. [AP] Her- Ahead also was a likely final determination h with heavy frost forecast for all
to determine whether "serious be. but a man
from the Supreme Florida districts except the lower
damage" resulted from the Thursday man Talmadge yesterday as- i would be, entirely -
Court itself responsible for the ; East Coast where a scattered
morning temperatures which sailed a ruling of a Georgia 4j numb >if he
Federal Court's attention to the light coating was anticipated.
went low 19>> at PrineIn Tal- insensibleto
as as degrees judge which held that were
portal theory in the Mt. Clemens Lowest temperatures were due
Polk County with 22 to 26 degree the compli-
claims the
madge illegally dispute. to be recorded around 7 o'clock

weather reported in many office of Governor and accused Picard held the pottery workers' ment the sug- this morning.

other section and for a some- the judge of rendering a vest- portal time was too trifling for gestion implies." Citrus growers\ again broke out

what prolonged period of time. pocket decision without hearing damages.The 4 Later leadersat ia6Yll0 i/ their smudge pots and built bonfires -

IWhile. Bob Evans ceeretary- both sides. court said further Industry the Michigan / in an effort to keep away
',. J manager of the commission The decision, made Friday at should not be held liable for portal Vandenberg Spring Republican / / / some of the chill and protect

would make no statement It Rome Ga., was in a suit brought claims prior to last June 10-the State Convention side- : their groves.
resolution endorsing d
understood from reliable and day the Supreme Court set forth tracked a
was against the pardons paroles Vandenberg for President. ,,,,., South Florida truck farmers
ource that there is an over board by Lt.-Gov. M. E. Thompson. the portal theory in the Mt. Clem- and
However the leadership report- citrus operator are still
whelming sentiment in favor of The action sought budgetary ens case.
edly intended to keep the Michi- reeling from below freezing tem-
shutting down the industry to The National Assn. of Manufacturers -
sub for peratures of
delegation tied rosa Thursday morning
let the freeze damage materialize McRAE. Ga. [AP] Rev. Joseph through President Earl gan
Vandenberg and place him in posi- Truck crop losses were heavy
Bunting, said Picard's verdict
be A. Rabtm pastor of Her- presumably -
to the point where It can maneuvering.The .
meant the "vast major- tion for The Federal-State Frost Warning -
man Talmadge's church said
readily detected In the packing
ijouse. yesterday. he would ""not be ity"of portal suits "no longer have [ United Press reporting Service at Lakeland issued the
from Chicago quoted California'sGov.
any standing"Bunting following advisory:
greatly surprised if he U askedto -
busy last night route to Wash- .
Attorneys were Warren en
resign because of his also called on Congress -It "Clear skies and much colder.
poring over law books to deter- to Talmadre-ponsored opposition for clarification of the ington, as saying he is "not a Stock FavoritesHit i Heavy frost all districts except

whether not the canning for the Republican
or Taft Britain'sCrisis
legislation to bar Negroes from Fair Labor Standards Act to OpposesTax light scattered frost lower East

plants of the State could be required primary voting avoid further confusion. Presidential nomination in 1948.1 New Highs For Coast. Gentle northerly winds diminishing -

to shut down for the same Vandenberg emphasized that his i '
One two members have Similar remarks also were heard and becoming light by
period that might be Imposed on or return to the domestic stage after Six-Month StretchNEW
in midnight.
intimated should keep quiet"Rabun Mounts
fresh fruit houses=thus preventing longBTtentloirtoforelgn; affain
said after 11 of his 13 the CIO United: Auto Work- YORK [AP) The stock "Lowest/ temperatures in coldest
and windfalls from be- did not mean a switch of interest
drops deacons telegraphed the ers Union which alone has filed 'II market yesterday ended another low ground locations occurring
gubernatorial -
processed. claimant the nearly $1 billion in portal suits I adding: [AP] Sen. recovery week with leaders continuing LONDON [UP] Three coal about seven ajn. Sunday morn
frankly admitted difference Baptist held its "I can't be the senior Senator ,
There Is a pastor did not voice their views. ground. Taft [R-Ohio] tossed a mon- to touch new highs for the riots broke out in London ing:
of opinion on this point- Union Attorne) Maurice Sugar from Michigan and president -
Gainesville District
wrench into of last six months considerable
Babes said he wa "afraid"his key plans despite yesterday and Britain's attorney

but one thing was certain last resignation! would [Continued on Page 2. CoL 2] of the Senate and continue House Republicans for a profit taking on the recent Glen St. Mary lacrosse: 17.
be re general a topranking -
night. If there Is a way to legally intimate day-to-day labor with bulge.It Gainesville 18.

compel canners to close down they quested- services today. 'Big Baby, Big Stuff' the peace mission. quick cutback in income taxes -' was the fastest and broadest labor party leader predicted Starke, 19.CitraWilliston.

will be brought under the rule. If Information from Both "A man in my position is not I with an announcement Saturday session since Feb. 10, a that the party Government 21.
the board. Tal- Doing Nicely yester-I'
{ It is found. that canners: can go needed on routine matters, but at I day he will oppose year ago. would fall unless it solves the desperate Ocala 2'UpPtt .
madge was not a party, and Is not Associated Press 60-stock com-
ahead and operate with the fresh UPI SanFrancisco' the major points and 111 still be reduction effective before July 1. fuel crisis.
.2 East
presently affected by the decision. I posite was up of a point at 69. Coast District
fruit houses suspended. It is highly Superior [Circuit Judge Claude second largest baby there at the major points." This would halve the $3.500- a top since Aug. 30, and for the The coal shortage, crippling Hastings. Crescent City. De-

probable that a strongly worded Porter held 13 pounds 14 ounces Gary Paul Vandenberg then told the convention I 000.000 reduction which a 20 percent week showed a net advance of 1.4 Britain's electricity generating Land 19.
Thompson was legal
resolution addressed to the processors Silvester was doing fine yesterday that international peaceis I cut would make over a full i points. plants. will close two-thirds ofEngland's
acting Governor. In succession to judging by the lusty yells coming From the Oct. 9 low the aver- Pierson-Bunnell 22
will be introduced at the not likely unless America can I calendar year. factories at midnight
Gov. Ellis 9.6 but still New Smyrna 23.Orlando .
Araall. resigned and from his 15 -inch chest. age was up points was
FCC meeting. held the Georgia Legislature exceeded The father Paul Silvester, also achieve domestic peace explaining Taft told a reporter that while. 13 4 points under the high of last today. Fuel Minister Emmanuel DistrictHoweyFruitland

With advance weather reports : he remains convinced income taxes May 29. Shinwell warned all Britons in Park 20. -\
its constitutional
authority was doing nicely thank you. His
last night Indicating' possible when it elected Talmadge for the comment: "Big baby big stuff." "It is sheer suicide for labor and ]
capital to ever be at each other's ', a net of 20 per short session 475 rose and 207 particular that if they did not cooperate -
freezing temperatures for both today y. 1 .
four-year term of his father the The city's largest baby was 1 [ on Page 2-CoL, 1]
and tomorrow morning, manyof late throats; and it is wanton neglectof cent he thinks lost ground.Bonds to save electricity would
Eugene Talmadge. Larry Quinn. who weighed 14

those who thought Friday and pounds seven ounces when born the public welfare includingthe F ...,,,_: t indirlduals ought were narrow. Cotton futures -: mean "complete disaster" for the The WeatherORLANDO
Talmadge charged that the
.40 bale.. country in 10 days.
true welfare of jumped $1.25 to (3 a
up until a late hour yesterday Nov. 12. 1935. every man who to continue paying -
suit was "patently collusive At Chicago wheat was up 1-' to The riots broke out at Shore- AND VICINITY
that an embargo might not benece&V.l'1. toils to longer ignore the need : <- at the present :

have swung over to the and against was friends"brought, before by friends friends, Ex-British Officer for rational progress In the law ,o>f ,, .'. rate until the 3-4 1 3-8 and cents oats a 5-8 bushel to 1 1-8.corn 1-8 to"i iI ditch, a London" district north of Colder today and tonight continued -

labor-management the "city. The Bush Coal Shop cold and fair tomorrow.
respecting re- .. Government [Stock '
market leaders continue
"Shut down" SChOOl Of thinking and for Admits l'
Firing Synagogue lationship. ,-ww fiscal begins rail. Details on Page 10. the Roth Coal Yards and the E. *

Regardless of whether or not The decision due to be speededto DEVIZES England [UP A "Strikes against the Government ,; ,,,t; next July.year I G. Range Coal Yards had'refuseda Cracker Jim Sez

an embargo Is Imposed the Citrus the Georgia Supreme Court former British Army Ivor .' stream of pleas to sell stocks of
officer or summary strikes against Taft This would Man Dressed as Woman That there cold weather shore

Inspection Bureau will instruct next week. indirectly affects other Worth, admitted in court yester- public health and safety like any withholding tax- I coal they were holding for such has done made that litard knot
1U field men to score pending litigation Including a direct day he had tried to set fire to other civil rebellion, cannot be Held Here for FBIA essential-users as hospitals. pile of mine a

freece damage on all certifications challenge of Talmadge's title a Bristol synagogue because "we tolerated. Jurisdictions strikes I es at their present level for the Melbourne carpenter, dressed I Three groups of more than 100 favorite with th
half of 1947. After July 1 folks down here
of fruit for the rest of the by Thompson which began Friday are at war with Jewry adding. first in women's clothes: : and who admitted I persons each marched upon the
and sceondary boycotts must they would drop by whatever per- he was born in Berlin yards, pulling wagons and push- Them rascals ,
season. at "Jews in Palestine
km McOonough. Ga. Should the are gettingaid dont think nothseW
stop. Germany, was taken into custody wheelbarrows. Shouting abuseat yi
decides. ing
I Chm. Rollle Tinman of the Citrus McDonough case be delayed the from the outside. I felt it centage Congress yesterday by Orlando police and the attendants, they tried to In of comity over 1 ..'

Commission has asked all decision by Porter might be the was. time we hit back." Petrillo Union Plans For persons who pay their full will be turned over to the FBI for !break into coal storage pens and an haulm that "

flat to be reviewed by'the GeorgiaSupreme He was given three years proba- year's taxes in advance March 15. investigation.He II load their wagons and barrows. wood away by
the full
shippers canners:
growers arm an
Musical'Handouts' gave his name as Eddie Gol-! II
Court. tion. the Senator proposed rebates later Police arrived quickly and dispersed -
the State to be represented at the mer and said he came to the coal-seekers. They had to never think of
NEW YORK covering the last six months of down
[UP James Caesar goin in
meeting tomorrow or to com- United States 20 years ago. He I I'return to the Range yards to
Plot To AssassinateJap Garssons Ask DismissalOf Petrillo volatile' boss of the AFL the year. also said that he has been em- break up a second threatening | them pine thickets an Bitten it for
municate with ,
Evans. giving their
U.S. Fraud Counts Musicians' Union, announced yes- This stand by Taft chairman of .ployed as a carpenter for the past j crowd. None was arrested. themselves. Iffen I catch one of
opinions on Just what should be Premier Foiled five years at Melbourne home of I them. skeesters talon that wood
done. WASHINGTON [AP] Henry and terday the union will spend more the Senate Republican Policy the Banana River Naval Air Sta- :they slut goin to need nothin to

TOKYO [AP) Kyodo News I Murray Garsson together with, than JIVi! million to dish out free Committee and a member of the tion. five Sailors Killed 'keep warm with cause Ill fix em

Evans said that If the Commission Agency reported that a well laid !Joseph F. Freeman, yesterday filed music to the general public, add- Finance Committee collided directly i I where they will think an icicle is

places the embargo It will plot to assassinate Premier Shigeru ,: motions in U. S. District Court ing that city parks auditoriums, with the announced intention : Italy Flood Toll Mounts By Wood Alcohol a hot poker. Hits shore goin to
Yoshida was nipped with the asking dismissal of indictments stay cold for a spell the that
be effective not only against commercial I' NORFOLK. Va. [AP) Five Navy way
institutions homes
for the ]
arrest of aged of Chairman Knutson [R.Minn. Italy yesterday houn of
a Japanese conspirator j charging them with conspiracy to dog Jed Frods is a
fresh fruit shippers and Asao Yamakawa. 25, on Shikoku i defraud the United.states. : and veterans hospitals will furnish of the House Ways and counted at least 10 dead. 4,130 J] enlisted men were dead here yesterday humpin his back.

probably canners but also against Island. I. A similar motion was filed with most of the audiences. I.. homeless and three billion lire,I and 11 were hospitalized *'
[Continued on Pate 2-CoL :5] [about; $13,300,000] property dam- from poisoning believed to have I
In the court Friday by another defendant TOOAT'I TIDES
or gift shipments. previous II
express relat-ing! in the former age from a week of floods: land- resulted from drinking wood alcohol Dayton Beach Tid**: High h 10 48 a m.
years some shippers have case Rep. Reds Cut Poland Forces I U. S.-lran 'Plot' Denied slides and freezing temperatures aboard the U.s.s. Latimer. and 11.13 9 m,: Low 4:22 *....and 5 52 p BCocoa .
plot and that three in Andrew J. of .
gotten around the shipping holiday I were Tokyo. May Kentucky. WARSAW Rues Tidoa: Hub 11 M s.. and
] [API Reliable sources i TEHRAN (AP] U. S. Ambassador as rivers and the mercury began 1 Those under treatment were : 1123RMlaw4.52; M.sod502p as.
by billing their shipments out here reported yesterday that Russia f to return to normal tin Inlet' Tike
Winter levels.I said to be in "fair" condition. I en--f: Bib IIJO.S3 S M.
as express rather than as freight.Tonight's .: UN ARMAMENTS ISSUE DEADLOCKED I had reduced the number of \[ George V. Allen denied yes- $ p."' : low 4 27 a m :52 PB.tun .
I'' I!terday assertions by the Moscow Pan: Ri8H TO*: art 1111.
Soviet troops inside Poland along LOCAL
: communication lines to the occupation !radio that U. S. diplomats in Iran' PROMINENT ST. LOUIS MAN SLAIN Recorder by P TEMPERATURES 0. Weather Bureau *tMunicipal
Movies were trying to turn this
country Airport
U.S. Cautious of Showdown I zone in Germany to between I MaaiOOMl' W, Mi.-oot J9I
BXACBAJs" "The Rasor'i Sdct." 1034. 30.000 and 40.000. i ij against Russia and said the allegations t a._ hh___ A4 1..., ._ !W
Ib\: *. 5 34. 5.14. : I were not; worthy of at- Girl 74 Kills H 2.M. ______ 113 2 PIII. _u.....51
: "The Razors Edit. 114. 354. I 't tention. er Father 3.... __ eo 3 p.a. __ .,.5O
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.,,S20.410.aOO.155.v45: : Oirto., 210. 4 1 TEGUCIGALPA. Honduras Train Hits Auto, Two Die After V\\fith .:: ===.5S Spa. == 5s
CAMEO: -Brine On the :00.1 Eloping 13 7 a 53 7 P.M. 51S.
.,55. "'4$. P 40 YORK [AP] The United States moved cautiously [UP A special postage stamp Issue UNION CITY Okla. [AP Two Boy __ 13 ..... 49Is.
GRAND: -Shadow Of > Doubt. : was authorized by Congress ... _____ 52 Is-M.. 45
.'GO. 1-00. 1000.Step By Step" 3i O. yesterday in seeking to avoid a veto showdown with Russia today to defray the cost of erecting persons were killed yesterday ST. LOUIS [AP] J. Vince]nt Reardon 58* St. 10..... ___u 51 10..... 44
5.00. when the prominent ______
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in the United Nations the R -----
< I over deadlocked issue of general a monument to Franklin D. : in :.. ..
GRAND. Barbry Coast.8oeb.2:011 3:15.. ]Rocket from Dallas to Kansas City Louis business man, and 13--j ear-old Michael A. D'Arcy 12K-------- :.31
1:10.: 9.00Meet Ills Bobby reduction. Roosevelt.1947Xebr'.
4.50. T,40. 10:30. I arms struck an auto here The dead wereGeorge were dead last night as are suit of a series of traffic cirdon's TEMPERATURES CLSCWKCREWASHIKGTO
RIALTOTh. Killer355.. 1:30.: While reported confident of winning in an eventualvote JC E. B. Ulfers 64, and his !* tAP, Wither Borea report
10 O5. Tht Man la GrerV 125.: 800.VOOTJI I I cumstances involving Rear 14-year-old daughter of temperatBrc lor th* 24 lean endIn -
tile u. s. delegation was ar9 1947 wife Pauline '9. < I' t p m..
: -Cloak and Daiier.- 3:30. .40. Mary. 'I stab." MMS Li'atati., M" Ltw
SS.Cndtr Sends 8kM*." 2.20. ready to go to any lengths shortof pressed the opinion that he did 1- Vat 1tIe w 7MM SJ Reardon was shot through the Alpena 29 I'' 1. at8Y1l1. IS.
Rail tomatic pistol which D'Arcyhad
Crash 20
5 4s Kills young AfhrrtOf 21 S I Memphis 31 13
1:30.1 not believe Gromyko would risk ,
DRIVE retreat from Its basic positionto head yesterday as heas driving
IIA KUht brought along. .Atlanta 28 17 Meridian 3* IT
CLZRMOSrTBlack AnieL" avoid a wide-open split world public opinion by vetoingany 9 101113 415 i LONDON [UP Twenty persons home with the two 'teenagerswho "I couldn't back home because Atlantic city :25 23 Miami SO 62
DELANOCloak and Daiter" DHEKA: arms resolution which was were killed and 64 injured seriously go Binntafham 32 13 MtaaSt P1 12 0
"Caravan Trail" and Criminal Court." This feeling of U. S. Delegate 161 18 20 21GJ: had been thwarted in an attempt I knew my parents would Boston 37n Mobil 40 17Buffalo
shown [ in accident at Craiova.
rosnaBlin SkieOROrELAVP *.- to have virtually com- 17 a railway to run away together. The put me In a girls' school I used ', 11. 'Montcomcry 35 :0
-Cloak and Daccer" Warren R. Austin was shared by plete support. Romania yesterday the Swiss Burlington 2 III i New Orleans 43 31
BANES CITY *- .* JL- several other council members 28 shot caused Reardon to lose con- to go there and I didn't like it," tCbsttanoogs. 26 12 i Hew York 29 23
IUrtu.; 26 radio reported. Craiova is 120 miles
-M W* Core of the dispute was U. S. 25 24 25 27 trol of the car and it plunged the coroner quoted Mary. say- I CJuea* 14 2 [ Korfolk 33 28
LKXSBURO: "Penoaallty Ito FAIN: who pointed to the futility of"passing" Insistence that the terms of refer- west of Bucharest. into a ditch. D'Arcy receiving injuries Da wanaa U 14 2 I PhlUdelphlA 23 20
"Onlos at Wert"MOUNT resolution I I Cleveland 132 Phoenix 7* 45
DORA: MOnnman ..*- *nd any arms ence of a proposed 11nation 1947 QycH 1947M from which he died. Rear- ing.No charges have been filed ,DaUas 23 I i PiUabuqlt1
"15lteftU,- which was opposed flatly by a arms reduction commission should GI Immunization Set don was dead upon arrival at a her. Detroit IT.1 i Portia lola 40 3.
SANPORD: -Thra UttU Olrla fa> Blue" 1 Oahtth 104 I Richmond 31"
ST. CLaus ""Whit Tt. .nd T'llaI' I,great power. state specifically that such a body M MM 7VW nu n-i f.* WASHINGTON [API The War hospital. The girl received head The coroner and other officers Cl Paw 53 35 I St Louis 17 1
WINTER: OARDEN: Thrill of Whether Soviet Delegate AndreiA. should handle only conventional Department; announced yesterdaythat lacerations.St. this Port Worth 42 22 San A..nlo SO 21
01:111'Und..r: Covrr Woman." would choose to invoke 1 gave account of the tragedy: aalvnton 41 33 8. Praar 54 43.Kbe.yt
wnTTER RAVEN: -Courait of BraaIL.-1 weapons and not infringe on the 1 soldiers in this country will be Louis County Coroner Arnold About 8 clock Thursday night 52 4O Bavannaa 54 34
LAKELAND: -Polk"Bent of UK : I the veto in the event of a work or duties of the already j. wulmann the .. T 35sonIDq
immunized I against influenza because -j quoted girl assaying Mary and Michael planned to Kan* cats IS Cr.t'l. 69
FALACI' "Lart CII.I\U" and U. S. majority was not known. 2345678 I [ 20 R Tamp II' Iii
orals Way" LAKE:: "Tvo O.y. Vrm- functioning Atomic Energy Com j of scattered outbreaks of she shot her father witha Utti Back 34 15 I VieD,"," 3* II
M Uka Md Tin Ik* fad or 'Tbu., One delegate privately ex- Jl the disease. I .23-caLber German mauser au- [Continued on Page Z-CoL I] i Lot AOItiU M 4* I WnUUMtOB 33 UI

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{ Page 2 Eft &m tag frfttltol-frtar Orlando, Florida, February 9, 1947 Taft OpposesTax r GI Admits It's 'Possible'He I Agency Grants FundsTo

., 9L Florida CitiesWASHINGTON

,x [UP] The Federal
v Killed 'The Black Dahlia'FORT
c ,
State To Get '"* >v.,'J. Works Agency yesterday ad-
t tr } DAY, N. J. [AP] Capt. William H. Florence, vanced $336,000 to six Florida

head of the Army criminal investigation division here said communities to finance planningfor

i Another Freeze [ from Page 1] yesterday thrice-married Cpl Joseph Dumais, 29, of Claremont local public works projects.
Tampa was given $13.000 to cov-
N. H. statement "it was possible"he
signed a saying
Means Committee to rush through er advance plans for improvementsto
f z a tax bill making reductions retroactive committed the mutilation slaying of pretty darkhairedshould the city sewage system which
i [Continued from' Page 1] to Jan 1. Knutson's Elizabeth Short (The Black Dahlia will cost a total of $366,000,
.t committee has ordered brief hear- Funds also went to Vero Beach
Plymouth 23. be investigated at once: 1 in Los Angeles ,
Starke. Plant City, Gainesville and
Fern Park Castleberry Dr. z7a ings beginning Feb. 19 "If we can get the money w e are I Dumais stated. Morris said that Hillsborough County

f: Phillips Oviedo 24. These will be limited to Treasury going to launch the most compre- he was with the slain girl, Jan 10,
Kissimmee 25. and Internal Revenue officials -
y hensive investigation of this sit- five days before her body was Infant Leaves Crib
Sanford.Winter Garden 27. but Knutson invited all per- ,
t 8l'oOksvWeDistrid sons "interested in the questionof uation in history." he said. I found in California. She apparently
: Bushnell Webster 21. tax reduction" to file briefs Chm Styles Bridges of the Sen- had been dead only a few hours. Found Frozen to Death ..
Brooksvine 23. with the committee outlining ate Appropriations Committee told The soldier insisted throughout PRINCETON, El lAP Fifteen-'"
Lakeland Plant City 24. their arguments. cabinet members and agency I that his mind "blanked out" while months-old Kelly Powers son of
J Valrico 25. M +FWr In explaining the decision to' chiefs that they must disregard drinking with the girl and that he Mr. and Mrs Glenn Powers apparently -
Ridge District limit the hearings, Knutson said Pres. Truman's order to supporthis remembered nothing until he i left his snug cub yester-
i Winter Haven. Polk City 22. 3 that his measure calling for a 20 : budget figures or run the risk found himself in New York's I day and crawled outdoors into near
Pennsylvania Station some time zero cold. His frozen body was
Highland City 23. per cent across-the-board tax of a committee boycott.
t i I Lake Hamilton Mammoth slash, except in the brackets above Speaker Martin pledged House later.Morris said records at Fort Dix found later In the yard.

;: Frost Proof Avon Park 24. $300,000, is retroactive to Jan. 1 Republicans to a drIve to "remove showed definitely that Dumais was
LeSoto City 25.Bartow and added: the Red menace from America at the Army installation on the with a girl and drinking his
r't "craving and passi-u: became uncontrollab'e -
I District "To prolong the hearings indefinitely Martin said his committee will 11th. 12th and 13th of last month. '
: He said he became
Bartow Fort Meade 24. might make it necessary co-operate with the House Com- Then there was a lapse of four "rough and brutal P
Wauchula 26. a to defer reductions on mittee on Un-American Activitiesin days. during which time there was When arrested Monday on the
I Arcadia 27.West its campaign against what trace of Dumais But on Jan
t r withholding tax to May 1 or no charge of embezzling several hun-
i. Coast District Chin Thomas called a Communist 17 the records again show Dumais
. ; lifers 24.SarasotaTampa. L) even "conspiracy." at the fort.Morris dred dollars entrusted:; to his care
while he was on duty at a Fort
t : 26. Other developments in Con- said the Dumais statement
I DiX gate!. Dumais had
I j : Parrish-Talevast 28. PRISCILLA SAN BORN, 6, and her brother, Danny degree temperature. Right: Bundled up in her fur gress: :More Vet Aid Sought told how he had "blank of the case in his pocket clippings and
1 : Fruitvule EUenton 28. 3. taste icicles for the first time in their lives at coat,Mrs Margaret Worthington tests the temperature Chm. Fred A Hartley Jr, (R- WASHINGTON (UP Veteransof spells" in previous dealings with bloodstains on his trousers Analysis -
{ : Clearwater Pmellas Park 29. Lakeland. Fla.. during the cold wave that brought of the oceans surf in 35-degree weather at NJ] said his house labor com- I Foreign Wars last night asked I women when he had been drinking reportedly showed that the
. Iona 35. freezing weather to usually sunny Florida. The icic- Miami Beach, the coldest in seven years at that mittee has received complaints of Congress to create a Veterans Re-I heavily. blood was "possibly AB type" the
Indian River District les formed on trees as the result of spray from a resort center. union racketeering in 12 major 'I construction Finance Corp. to help II The statement included a remark same type of blood Miss Short
;, I Cocoa 28.Malabar 'sprinkler that was left running all night In the 24- [AP Wirephotosl. cities including New York 'hich I ex-servicemen get jobs and homes, by the soldier that when had.
Vero Beach 28.

I Fort Pierce :30. .

I. Sunvale Stuart Everglades 31.26. District Original Portal Girl 14, Kills I ;

I Moore Haven 27. Pay Suit KilledIn .
Pahokee Belle Glade 32.
Clewlston 34. Her Father
Deep Lake 38. U.S. Court ,' ,
Lower East Coast District -
' -.. :;
t Davis 34. Continued from rage 1] [Continued from rage One] ; -
E Dania Pompano 38. : ..;
said the auto union would not leave home together and took a ,- "
J Delray Opalocka Perrine 38. ;:. .-: .
r '
Homestead 37. withdraw any of Its suits. taxicab to a tourist camp at _- ...... -. .
., I r Sugar said Picard's decision Wentzville Mo.. 40 miles from St

CHICAGO API] Most of the nation "wouldn't necessarily apply to Louis.

} was locked last night In the other cases" and called: attention Reardon. having learned of their the
whereabouts appeared ,,1
I | grip of a spreading cold wave that to the likelihood: of a Supreme tourist camp and started taking

r } posed a new threat to Southern Court test. them back to their homes In his

: { vegetable citrus and tobacco The Government, in enteringthe car. Michael and Mary were In
the back seat. At a point not far
Clemens said the
| crops. Mt. case
from the Reardons'
f Temperatures were below normal suit would be carried to the Supreme suburban home the girl asked

I, from the Rocky: Mountains to Court no matter what Pic- Michael for the pistol which she

) the Atlantic' Coast and freezing ard ruled. said he used in target practice.She .
then fired at her father
i weather was' bearing down again Attorney Edward Lamb, who She didnot know how many times .
: on the tobacco growing regions brought the Mt. Clemens saltoriginally she pulled the trigger but officers
of Georgia and the citrus and warned industry the i found that two shells had been
: vegetable belt of Florida. issue was not settled. He said I discharged. One bullet entered
,' ,A strong northwest wind sent the Mount Clemens case was nota back of Reardon's neck, and came zf
: thermometers dropping In south- "truly portal-to-portal case" out of his right eye.
: em Georgia and commercial radio in view of "limiting facts." Mary said she and the D'Arcy
: stations warned tobacco growers boy just "wanted to get out of
to get plant beds under cover. The decision was described as town." .I d t4

Atlanta expected a low of 18 de- "far-reaching" by Frank E. Cooper "We were not engaged to be s

grees. The Georgia crop brought pottery company attorney who married she said. ""'e weren't
$50,000.000 last year.A said it "clearly points out" that planning on getting married. I x
moderating trend started: on last June's Supreme Court verdict I I was going to get a job as await-_
the east slopes of the Rockies and ress-or work in a dime storein .
"furnishes basis for the
weather forecasters said the Midwest no many Chicago or New York-and a
could expect slowly rising fantastic claims" by labor in portal I Michael was going to go his own ry
temperatures on Monday. However suits. way. We had $4 between us."
no relief was in prospect for Picard held that workers are I The girl displayed no outward % .
the Eastern sections until Tues- not entitled to any portal time emotion as she discussed the
day or later. except when they are going to I tragedy.
Winds which reached a maxi- their Jobs, This time in the Mt. rr
Ausby Atkinson coproprietorof
Clemens ,case, his opinion continued -
mum of more than 60 miles an amounted to more the tourist camp. said the pair .
hour.ye5terday In parts 'of the than eight never minutes; and he held "gave the impression" they were k kJ f.

Dakotas and Nebraska died down this amount *"de mlnimis. or too II" brother and sister when they registered ;-;'?/l-! F
and diminishing winds were forecast trilling to merit damages adding: and explained they were ."
for other Midwest states. "Let us not be understood as i awaiting the arrival of their father. -
There were occasional snow flurries holding that all portal to portal ,
in the Midwest and more suits should be dismissed. There I :!
than seven Inches of snow fell at may be, and perhaps are. many Instances -
La Guardia Airport in New York. where walking and the Jerusalem

preliminary activity time consumed -
Germany To Issue is of such an amount as to call Turned Into .
for compensation that the worker ..
Memorial Stamps is not now receiving. But this Is 1
3 1 6y
BERLIN [AP] Permission to not one." 'Wire Cages'JERUSALEM s "

Issue special series of postage Yesterday's opinion followed
stamps "in certain exceptional cir public hearings in which the [UP] British i"
cumstances'; has been granted CIO fought for portal pay while Army troops threw up the last
Germans by Allied occupation au the U. S. Government and the barbed wire barricades here yesterday -
thorities. National Assn. Manufacturers splitting the ancient Holy
The stamps must relate to the opposed it. City into four wire "cages" designed ;

commemoration of a worthy national Picard compared the Mt. Clem- to trap and hold any Jew- kk
figure or event or be for ens case to where miners are : ish extremist who strikes back .
the benefit of charity'' or social forced to travel "long distancesin i, after Britain opens her imminent I Ia
assistance of general interest the the bowels of the earth" and showdown with the underground.
Communications Branch of the found an "entirely different picture. Sandbagged blockhouses con-
American Military Government for ." taining machlneguns alreadyhave
Germany said. Picard expressed "some regrets"for been erected to guard the
Four months' notice will be re- the plaintiffs-the pottery barricades and late yesterday
quired. however. In order to obtain workers He said they claimed they I Arab workmen still were digging
quadripartite approval for a were brought into the factory before foxholes in the streets and erect- }
special stamp issue and to arrangefor starting time and "they were ing traffic barriers resemblingtank
telling the truth"Heating
printing and distribution. barricades. .,;.

I The barbed wire entanglements -
Maybe Doe'Wanted I i Units blocked Jerusalem's \((:f- ;

John De-Ice Big Planes i I streets so effectively that some
residents were forced to walk
WICHITA. Kas. LAP] Gasoline- J
ELKTON Md [AP] The six- I I half mile to reach their houses
burning units capable of heatingsix
day deer in Mary- two
season was on blocks away.
had 3-room houses are the modern j .
land and Charles R. Brown I
set up at his coal yard here one sky cruiser's protection against ) Hundreds of light tanks and
of the State Game Commission's formation of Ice on leading edgesin military vehicles moved throughthe
checking: stations at which hunt- flight Boeing airplane company streets. Army officers said the
: ers had to register their kills officials reveal. j I quartering of Jerusalem into four
within 24 hours. Two heaters each rated at 200- I parts. was only the first of restrictions -
t Brown heard light footsteps on 000 BTU. are built into the giant' designed to make It Impossible ,
the front porch looked up. and dorsal and vertical fins of Boe- I for the Jewish under- : "
found his visitor was a young doe. ing's Stratocruiser. B-50 Super- ground to carry: out any more 7t
She bolted and ran before Brown fortress and C-97 military,trans- kldnapings or bombings. '
I could explain the law. which, incidentally port as today's counterpart of the r; :
protects does. air-operated rubber skins which i LONDON AP] Arab diplomats i I ; '
de-Iced earlier plane surfaces. I turned a cold shoulder yesterdayto ,
Postal Agents, Police the latest plan of the British C 3 U41tt S J4n 19Th4k'X Y..
for Palestine and their reaction .
Smash Mail Theft Ring! Traffic Cops to Try recalled the long-standing threatof ,. ; "'J"-' ;:-- 6.. : < 1'\,, '

LAUREL. Miss.: UPI Postal inspectors Sweetness and Light the Arabs to wage a Holy War i .. .,
and police continued their OXFORD Miss. [UP] Oxford if they consider their position in 21: ,; ;-, .
investigations yesterday after police will start a new kind of Palestine Imperilled. ;' '
breaking up a mail theft ring with sweetness and light campaign : ,
the arrest of the last of a gang with' parking offenders today. Navajo Small Fry MODERN DESIGN in every line of the easy drape the smart set of the "

of five Negroes. 1 Instead of the usual bawlinj-out \ ... '
The first break in the case and ticket cops will pass out Get Own School '

came last Sunday with the arrestof I bright red cards saying: j', BRANDING. Utah [AP With shoulders. the sweep of the lapel. the casual Tightness and careful.*
Willie Ruffm. Negro baggage "You have violated a law. Thisis their
: man at the Southern Railway Depot I not a ticket but it could have j coppery faces freshly-

:: here. been." ,I small scrubbed fry troop some into 20 Navajo the room Indian and tailoring that distinguish Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes. Look for f

I I take seats In a semi-circle around
: a stove. ['
They give fun attention to the the suit with the Trumpeter Label. ; '
PLASTER NAILS MORTAR MIX I teacher for at last they are going
: to school just like the white children -

INSIDE PANEL DOORS SCREEN DOORS I across in West Blandlng.Water Canyon.a mile away ... ....

The first school for Indians in

CELO SIDING, OUTSIDE DOORS t this southeastern Utah commu- "
nity is a roughly-made building
constructed by residents in spare
BRONZE SCREEN WIRE MOULDING I time hours. A borrowed bulldozer
tossed cedar trees aside for a mile BOY SCOUT WEEK
: down the canyon to hew a road r
WHITE PAINT REINFORCING STEEL to the school site. February '7 to 13 t I J

PINE FRAMING & SHEATHING I $57,000 to Keep J ; Help boys become Scouts W 4. S' j I

The Doctor Away < "-'"" Doorway to a Man's World

Pine Castle .Lumber & Hardware Co. [$57000 packers WINCHESTER into of Virginia a fund Va.to[have lAP advertise Apple paid I

I Virginia apples. The money came f
CALL THE LUMBER NUMBER-5754 from a tax of 1*>. cents a bushel 1orr
I which the growers asked the Legislature -
to levy for the purpose.

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Orlando, Florida, February 9, 1947 gfa gimfeqt grottot-8ta Page 31

nau use the area u a base to girls were picked: up for prostitu FEBRUARY
Ruined Mannheim Now plunder Mannheim's dozens of tion. Of these 638 had venereal rat
U. S. supply: depots the most
concentrated in Germany.Last xF1t' \

Reich 'Crime Capital' month more than 1,900 Could Adam Eat the Apple''i'

With Stomach Ulcer Pains? !

The biblical story of Adam eating a raw
MANNHEIM Germany [AP] Tossing their victims into Stnt ntI= ,tar be apple suffered might after-eating never hare palm come Don to PAM"t Ignore bad f
the Rhine in a year-long reign of murder, smuggling and TOOT sufferincs. TIT TJdsa for reset of
sex crime, lawless gangs of international hoodlums have MOVES.MERQWIDISE ulcer pains and for stomach heartburn pains.burning Indizeition.sensation gag EVENT
"crime bloat and other condition caused by excess
turned this
ruined into Germany's
city ....postwar I acid. Get a 25e box of Cdga Tablet fromTOUT
r1k January Average 42,485
drusclst. Fin dose matt coDTnlce or
capital. I "Highest Circulation .. Our History" return box to u and let DOUBLE YOUR
Violence and robbery' rivaling MONET BACK. -Ad*. "
Chicago's bdotleg era. U. S. and t
German police said, hold Mann- .
helm in terror-although at least ,
Complete line of
ble 12 gangs have been operating smashed.amid the rub- Hospital and Sick Room SuppliesTrusses I {

Gangmen Germans Poles, FOUR PIECE
Russians 'and men without countries Supports Crutches
-are costing the U. S. Gov-
ernment thousands of dollars a Wheel Chairs and Hospital Beds BEDROOM SUITE .

a day by.organized looting of Army Sales and Rentals
depots. __
Mannheim's crime centers 8prJl. item on I Q I i i I

around a' smoky' dirty harbor G.mT TWIN BEDS _
area, known as Rheinan and BOSKTAU nrrDCIANS AM*
dubbed "Little Cicero" by Amer- -
icans. f lcfaa a ._ (;ANeIQUlftllDl1'I. I II 79.88 ;

I Gangs which kill, carouse and 329 Mo.' Orange Regularly 89.98 NOW rt J ]
clash among themselves in Rhei- __; -

I Consists of twin panel beds. 4 drawer vanity with swing-

Ing mirror and 4 drawer chest of drawers. Complete set ';t

us of hardwood in mellow maple finish. Suite is similarto
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v Decorated ridged
VACATION Tanls Chandler of 'AijV
the movies enjoys the sunshine \ 4 ." !
i. t i E top walnut chiffo
while vacationing at Arrowhead

Springs. Calif.Columbians. -.r--- robe designed with

;ME tAR I'' P- '" r 4 drawer section .
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Charged With V >. ,. ?,. compartment and .

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Witness Balk HARDY ItlaaWf p both

ATLANTA UPI Members of the IOaCHILP, S aoob{ jr_ M with mirrored doors

Columbians three of whose leaders i_

are facing court action at-

tempted to intimidate two witnesses -
called to testify against SOFA BED COUCH
them Solicitor Gen. E. E.Andrews lP ,

charged :yesterday. Colored
The Fulton (Atlanta! County Gayly Weaves REGULARLY 99.50 .. .
court prosecutor opposed Columbian 79.95 '
attempts to secure names of NOW ..:
all witnesses plus copies of grand '

Jury Judge: Indictments.Virlyn Moore ordered Andrews 70x80 Inches 2.98 This three-in-one piece Is especially adaptable to today's g.

to hand over the material crowded living conditions. Maple arms and a selection '
which the.Columbians will use In
preparing their defense but he of rich upholstery make it a charming living room piece;

fixed the time so they will have ..Made! of Imported cotton napped to a soft, auede.like finish ... "" coil spring construction and extra bedding compartment t
only: 24 hours to peruse the docu-
ments before their trial Tuesday. the cheery Indian blankets will answer dozens of Jacquard Spread i provide a serviceable comfortable bed. Similar to illus 1 ,

Homer L. Loomis, Emory Burke daily, year-round uses. 2V4 pounds with firmly hemmed Rill O fTwin 7.95 I tration. l '
and Ira Jett have bn Indicted Size
for several alleged misdemeanor they withstand hard. constant use outdoors as well Lustrous rayon and cotton Jaeqturd :

Including use of dynamite as In. Also. Indian slashes at 3.98: 72x84 In.. 2/ pounds bued floral woven pattern spread !in Background a I richly '
and attempted' subornation In weight. shades of rose, blue, gold, aqua or
of perjury.Andrews Ivory. tiAlr ty r ,, ,
said he hesitated to let
the Columbians have the request.
ed material because "they've al- f
4 temped to intimidate two of my: INFWIWI:
witnesses. j I ,A rt

Telephone facilities installed In 'far V t tf { ',I II Ii

the U.8.War Departments Pentagon I i!. :1 UJT1fl BROADFELT RUGS
Building in Washington would ; serve a city; of 125000 people. '

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59.95; matching china cabinet, 64.95. '
the trot dose,usually belpinf nature rrooru to you cave money. Yet 70a have quality to withstand hard
poisonous wastes and ezeeea aeida that oftta Woven dot and fli ri marquisettes Gay floral patterns U rose, wear. Solid colors in a selection of Blue, Rose, Taupe, Sand
cause pains and soreness, and a* the Samsprommptty IB white. Sizes 41x81 and oral. blue and Flocked point d'csprit In .dcurtains .
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;rm4t Smtlmg DRnttnrI-&tnr or what you will, but give him authorityto THE PUBLIC THOUGHT

run the show under direction of the

:.<. ORLANDO. FLA. Board of County Commissioners.Give \M.A-MEN Cow CriticizedFor

: Published weekly.: New. Year's Day. Fourth of July Labor him authority to move clerks Magazine Severely
Day. Thanksgiving Day and Qmstmas by Sentinel-Star Co. around from to
Orlando Daily Newspaper IncJ at 238 South Orange Ave.. department departmentwhen By JOHN BRANSCOMB
Orlando. Fla. the press of business demands it. Printing Ghastly PictureEditor
< Entered ai econd-clau matter at the Poet Office at Give him There isn't anything any more Important than us knew that place. and it's from that point that I
authority to cut out overlapping
Orlando. Florida under the Act March 3d. 1319.
services and useless duplication.Let's I having a sense of direction.This ability not given we must begin.A the Sunday Sentinel-Star: j'
"TELEPHONE An Departments 4in gg _>
traveler was lost and asked an old mountaineer -
SnbacnpaoB Price Sunday Only tiJD Per Yr. S. 9"' put someone in command and get I to mechanical things. Animate and birds have It to tell him how to find the road to the I In this wet's issue of one ofAmerica's

Uucrm: ANPIUIM Futusiin Huur BALCI.Earroaut DIUCTO some good business practices into gov- to a marvelous degree. It's remarkable how the resort where he was staying- The man spat so-cae leading magazines -

JOSM CAVTMON Cite Mu. MANCH T. LAVMNCI A.T. Die. ernment. little feathered creatures of the air are able to shifted his wad from one side of his mouth to there is a ha that page claimedthe pictureof
the plane
C. W. Liam, IBS. M... RMUT F. W.r*. Cuss Mu. I find their way from the frozen North to the tropics the other and began his instructions but each life of cra greatest

Lees AMMXSIH, MANACUM Ea. NOMUT COMSONHI, See. TKIAS. MERRY-GO-ROUND without the aid of a map or compass. Give a horse time he got to a certain point he would backup 'opera stars. Grace Moore.o In my '.

and say, "No yon can't get there that way." opinion this is the most ghastlyas
Member ef The AtMelated Press his bridle and he win reach the master's barn and '
Associated Press is exclusively; entitled Finally In desperation he said to the lost man well a the lowest form of jour

to the usa toT re-publication of all McKellar's Anger the proverbal cat instinctively knows the way back Tell you the (rath mister, If I were going to 0 I have seen in ma a day. ..
news dispatches accredited to it or not that I wouldn't start from here." I na of '
: otherwise accredited this paper and tr DREW PEARSON I place I Te publie the maae -.
ala the local news published herein. e. home.A smart New Yorker had developed an aversionto But I ask you, where else can a fellow start 0 .. ff' .
happened place but ;
any and
All rig-Ms for r..ublicaboe of special than in the place where he finds himself? i sf from our dpres
dispatches herein are also reserved. In the dignified Senate of the United States. the a feline of his household and resolved that the and their Howmuch dustry of Central Florida All this
The stars are dependable predictable. I
spectacle Tennessee's aging. vindictive Sen.:L better it would have been to :
the unwelcome creature In. with the
FEBRUARY 9. 1047 4TODAY'S cat must go. Tying a Scientists have assured us that we can rely on their star at : combine many releases
Kenneth McKellar trying to block confirmation of show a series of this great
two excellent public servants might be humorous. i sack. he drove to a five-pointed Intersection In positions and directions. Try waiting for the star the height of her career, rather being sent out to millions of readers -

Li THOUGHTS In other respects however. the situation Is Brooklyn which was famous for its congestion and of moral law. Let's test our actions and our directions than how she diEd.CE. about the Orange Industry

I confusion, and there he emptied the animal on by that star and check on our positions C. SCOTT.
poor :
An Inheritance may be gotten hastily at the be- tragic. For. In opposing Gordon Clapp as admin- i i which I largely In the Central
the street. Then he hurried away. In five minutes Lots of folks contend that we have outgrown the :
ci&mr; but the end thereof shall not be blessed. istrator of the Tennessee Valley Coast Assn. Chief and West Coast part of Flortd .
he was hopelessly lost and with shame in his face moral law and must find some other guide for our,,
Authority and David Lilienthal gives Central Florida
as and in
Proverbs. 20:21. he found his way back to the five points so he living and actions. I wonder. Can we really outgrow Says He Didn't Mean It fact
1 9 chairman of the Atomic Energy could follow the poor kitty home. the law of gravity or escape Its operation? The a o Florida a lot of pbllt.

'*No.good man ever became suddenly rich.-.Syrus.no Commission. the gentleman from WWWThese An old darky had gone fishing with his boss. At I I Edlor, Sunda Sentinel-St This East Coast came
4'i Tennessee appears to be In his It was regret
i I, have been days in which most of us have the close of day after the sportsman had caughta the editorial in this past Sundaes up after an Orange Blossom T
: second childhood.
, Getting a Boss for the Courthouse, Real reason for McKellar's ,I become confused. We've lost our sense of direction.It's large mess of fish he instructed his faithful guideto paper. I believe that the purposes averment h been carriedin

civic-minded citJ& 2 a tragic thing to be lost. I have heard hunters steer the boat back across the large lake to home, of organizing association have
OF Northern
7t\\ vindictiveness of course, Is. the ou some newspapers
exchange experiences of getting lost in the woods, pointing out a bright star to him an&assuring him been grossly misrepresented to
izens interested in fact that both men opposed his r full co-operative
good page
, : government,
that If he held the boat to that star they would you. ave
'. has started a study of the proposed consolidation attempts to'make TVA a patronage 1 just a we have done fo years
IF You r2... reach home. He fell asleep and presently the Although some indvdu members -
\: empire for Kenneth McKellar. the several column story
of offices with the object 1 have a lon
county put-put-put of the outboard motor lulled the :! of our aiton may o Down
Today .therefore he is to on Orange
Gnding ways and means to save tax dollars. blacken their reputations trying in darkey Into slumber. He awoke with a start and !1 expres the thoughts you set I Blossom Trail" came out of this
every looked for the star. He did not realize that the your I wish to i
'a ay possible. I for etor office and used my name the
-frHeaded by R. J. [Bob] Pleus boat had turned around and cried out In great :i! ae yoUrhat Coast, a o writer a
Atty. Pearson Last week McKellar was belaboring .
I association,
fear. Boss wake and pick out another star.We've represented by our h
up I thousand
these) their time Later a or more pho-
people are giving us good Gordon Clapp becauseof ifconfessing make Inroads Into
i) no desire to
sho done by the other one. te
gone of of the
should have the of a former TVA Buck tot copies one
fe and they support employee named Borah business of any other section
Down deep In our hearts, we folks that are the 1 o sent up and down the
allresidents who interested in who McKellar seemed to think was a Communist. page
are seeing the State.I
: posterity of those who used to sit in the Amen Coast more or less to incite
tHeir tax dollars carefully and wisely Clapp said he had known Borah but had no idea I firmly believe that only what Et
Corner, know that we won't ever run by or get I hotel apartment house and
whether he was a Communist. benefits the entire State will be of
spent. ahead of the star of moral law. If we are confused. i|'I other people in the raising of the
"Where Is Borah now? thundered McKellar. I benefit to us. Our constitution
I In looking at the broad picture over at puzzled, lost, then let's have sense enough to wait hue thousand dollar fund
"I'm forth these
sorry. Senator. replied Clapp. "He was plainly sets
the court house, we see a group of small killed In the Armed Forces of his country." and count on that law. It's still there. I I 1. To promote and point I'' Is wa my sought.It personal. opinion that

vernment-ettes all sell sufficient and allpractically WWW of Florida
McKellar has brought several witnesses to East Coast highways our individual efforts plus that
self-governed. Washington to testify against Clapp. but he getsso This country of ours was developed by some and to encourage the construction.beautification of
directions. 'I I the State Advertising Commission -
who believed in
people right
-; -3JWe go to the polls every four years and confused that he sometimes addresses his own and maintenance of and such outstanding
the fear that
filled their hearts as they Columbus was the first man. supposedly, to C-
better highways.
-, elect clerks of this and that, a sheriff, witnesses as "Mr. Clapp. I became conscious of the state they were in. OnceI head this way, and a study of his diary reveals i, 2, To promote a better relationship I II I bers of Commerce a you
Last week he leaned I
toward one of his witnesses Orlando, can take care of the job
school superintendent, assessors, colleen was lost in a city as a child. How forlorn I felt. that he said scores of times, "Today we traveled with the State of Florida as :
and coaxed him to give the committee his "confi better than using a Central Florida -
and other officials. I What a panic twinged at my stomach what grief westward." He knew his direction. I I a whole and to encourage travel
dential" opinion of Clapp.At .
j courthouse represents big business. this point West Virginia's Chm. Chapman quivered at my mouth. And then a gentle, familiar Washington Jefferson Franklin Lincoln. I. throughout Florida. I that oraniton. Dn.t fore

millions annually. There are alt Revercomb of the Public Works Committee. which hand on my shoulder, and I was not lost any more. they have given us some mighty fine directions I The efforts of this association I mission with Stte Its half million expenditure -

elected officials in the : There about how to build and live In a democracy. We are being directed toward bring I is doing a job, the
of big buildingHut is holding the hearings. Interrupted. are some of us that have felt that way "rel

. actually there is no boss. It is like an4xf&y "It can't be very confidential he said. "ThisIs In these recent yean. And we have longed for a* are in the lost state in which we find ourselvesas to more people to them to our the attrac-I I results of which w1 felt for

with a flock of officers but no commanding a public hearing Senator. hand on the shoulder, a voice with authority, a nation today because we have been guiltyof I. advei found on the East the next several years t come
disregarding their fundamental sign posts. The thing that State of
tons one
officer. Perhaps the pay-off In McKellartsms came, somebody who knows the way Are there anysign much in the same manneras
It'll be plumb good If relying Cat Florida must watch out for is the
sense erase
posts? Gnat's we on I I
to the land-
*- WWW however when McKellar participated In the hearings happened employed by the Central and
r our own judgments and wait for the coming of I growth of sectionalism and since
on Lilienthal who Is up for confirmation before I West Coast sections of the State.
c : COURSE, YOU may say, we have the stars that will surely guide us onward and I aU parts of Florida have some
the Senate members of the Atomic At time in the past have ouradvertising
Energy no
Some friends of mine
flying from natural
Board of County Commissioners. were Belgium upward. : advantages. I think we had "
Commission. Bernard Baruch efforts been directed
was witness. to the African Congo. As the flew better just continue to talk about
plane across the Woodrow Wilson said once, "Our civilization' I
: They are the bosses. But are they? Mr. Jim Questioning him about Lilienthal. McKellar asked:' toward diverting visitors from any
desert an awful storm and the turned what we have and not
up pilot I
cannot survive materially unless it be redeemed! i
tax didn't think "Isn't It true that this section nor will they be so directi! le ito
Burden, the assessor they man Lilienthal. who 'f the plane to higher altitude. After they had spiritually." Wilson knew something about I any race to see how moneywe

were and won a suit at law to show them has been nominated as head of the Atomic over ridden the storm and dropped to a lower directions.A I ed in the future. can raise Just buo some

who was boss of his little hierarchy. Energy Commission. didn't even know we had altitude, there.were no signs of the desert markers little church on the coast of England was With that reference to your suggestion a sort-I other section Is doig .
atom'bomb you organize
I In effect all the Board of County Commissioners an" until It fell" on Hiroshima? and the caravans they had beheld before were not blown down by a storm and the people felt them- I of super Chamber of Commerce DICK President

can do is approve budgets "Neither did I, Senator* *, was* Baruch's reply. to be seen. The shifting sands had covered every- selves unable to rebuild it. The British Admiralty' of Central Florida it Is my considered -I I Fla.Assn.Cypress, Inc. Gaen

which already have been approved by the Secret Tax Debate: Speaker Joe Martin doesn't thing. One of the passengers asked the pilot. sent an officer to confer with the minister to ascertain -r opinion that any effort directed ,.
"What do the desert travelers do under such con- if the people intended to rebuild. When the at bringing more people to
Budget Commission and okay vouchers for Pool for Orlando
often lose his temper but he Is definitely sore at Swimming
ditions His reply was prophetic. "They wait for I of Florida will be mu-
parson Informed him that they could not affordto any part
monies already spent. Their's is an authority certain Republican members of the House Ways 'I
the stars to Demanded Youth lover
come out. build again, the man said, "If you do not rebuild tually beneficial to all of us. by
without much authority. For the and Means Committee over their tax wrangles. And I I A lot of the markers and CHALMERS D. HORNE.
sign posts on which the Church, the British Navy will. That spireis : : Editor, The Sunday Sentinel-Star
: elected jobholders in the courthouse can in an off-the-record session with the committeethe we used to rely down. President, East Coast High
are We need to find some on all our charts and maps. It's the landmarkby Why doesnt someone get behd
to the commissioners "we too have other day Martin asked them In plain English I I that will restore I Assn. this
say a our sense of direction to us. Will which the ships of the seven seas steer their ways I swimming pool business W
mandate from the people." just what they had up their sleeves in regard to I we have patience and courage enough to wait for course." Never more than now Comrades, was I build one? We have one behd

The real power in the courthouse rests taxes.Here J I the stars to come out? there a greater need for maps charts. a compass. : All Florida Should Combine !the Coliseum; which

with the State officers. Mr. Judson Walker Is the confidential report he got In reply: The Chinese have a saying that there are five . a church spire. a sense of direction. In Advertising Efforts, Says Pope fixed up boards with very little. Paint
1. The GOP tax jugglers hope to slash Pres. diving rest rooms and
points on the compass. North, South, East. our inner hearts I hear .
his"clues you echoing. SentinelStarYour :
looks to Mr. Colin English for Truman's proposed $37.500,000,000 budget by $5 West and Editor,The Sunday clean water could do a wonderfuljob.
the place where you are. Well, all of Amen and Amen. about the possible This email
Arthur Newell, the Clerk; of the ,Circuit billion. etor I pool Is but beside

Court to Comptroller Clarence Gay, the: 2. 'They 'hope to secure tax revenues of about need Central Florid it Is a smaller one for youngerchildren.
Chamber of Commerce Is very These would certainly -
$35 billion.
sheriff to the beverage department and '
but I think that your be better
teresting, thn
. the Governor's office, etc. This situation This would leave a revenue surplus of around on Monday on the front ..late are noth.. (sme ,

placed on public view will. explode any $2.500.000,000 as a payment on the national debt.I can page hit the on the I it I too far to go to the bach

arguments frQm jobholders that consolidation What Interested Joe Martin especially, however i Caldwell War ,Looms head. reay n other places like S8lado
to Increase some people. Why someone
of courthouse offices is more centralIzation were proposals dependency For actually though everybody do.t
exemptions In the lower tax brackets. This knows that gold glitters and the get w

of government. and a threat to .democratic would raise wife and children exemptions from By ALLEN MORRIS Utl ally non-controversial partsof ,cool of evening, opens his mouth gold coast of Florida does plentyof of Orlando are
afraid to
processes. $500 to $1,000 for low-Income taxpayers. The TALLAHASSEE Victory of the Governor's program. 'too far and gets strangled on glittering, the gems that really their kids.spend some money on
The only threat to democratic processeswe Speaker made It clear that unless such means GOT. Caldwell In the unanimous sparkle are such naturally famous Yet te spend a fortune .
Fraser. as a candidate next year pond water. on liquor other recrea
in the situation is this archaic are found to give small special seating of C. M. Gay as State tourist attractions as Bok
can see wage earners relief for Comptroller will be tions. These are the people who :
he would not be for Cong. Knutson's 20 Comptroller by the Supreme Court running'l -Why is that I have always Tower. Studios. SanlandoSprings don't have kids
courthouse system without a head and a. percent undeniably will have by force of circumstances, I Mae and don't under
system which defies efficiency. across-the-board tax reduction. The Knut- repercussions.The legislative against Caldwell as the man whose wanted to know the reason why et stand. Summer Is coming, and

to committee of citIzens son plan as originally proposed. Martin said name actually will be on the ballotGayif newsmen always hold the'henchmen' Pete at Silver Springs why don't we have something to
And so we question Is how much the
has done the most look forward to? Every
would have to be sharply amended, to provide unforeseen outstand Sue
nothing : down to a chuckle i I
working to tax dollars and Fraser Issue deepened the gulf already that
save our advertising job this issue comes up about Orlando
more equitable relief for the little fellow. develops. Whatever might be
to put these monies to work efficientlylet's existing and never seem to meet up with I Florida and the whole needing pools, but that
dredged against the Caldwell perhap swing
The GOP Speaker added that he not between Caldwell up
new was
put a rudder on the courthouse and administration logically could be one who opens his mouth and world has sn o ow is as far gos. By the time
attempting to dictate tax policies but he did and the Senate : Gardens, I re- it has any real thought put to It,
fod- laughs out loud at a good joke Cypress ha
regarded Fraser I
the helm in the hand of as campaign
place proven strongly advise less squabbling among the Republicans -I and what this der. the finest publicity possible Summer f gone, and the thought,
humorous circumstance. How celve
steersman. In working out tax legislation. Martin did means in a practical i. WWW I or I services with weekly too. It too late now.

: Call the boss the county manager, or not mention Knutson or Cong. Engel of Michiganby sense of its P Supreme Court Justices oughtbe about letting me have your experienced pictor even dal pictures of the It might be grapevine, but Iheard

! the engineer-manager, the sheriff-manager name. effect upon Ipgls-1t1 paid enough and guaranteedlife Information on that?" garden's girls bei used by na I' that the city didn want to
lation during the open this pool because It would
tenure upon good behavior so In reply, I only can say that ton
session just eight t--.iI: : from this Friday we take too much water.
they need not worry about theirfuture Judge Terrell does chuckle a
WASHINGTON TREADMjLL weeks away. and accordingly could divest deep, shoulder-shaking chuckle. have another cover on Life of VGI GIBSON.

That there will themselves of outside Inter Justice Paul D. Barnes laughs Nance Stilley, o outstanding TO ATTEND MEETING '
be echoes Is buta softly but hard enough to bring "Aqua-Maid" and a two and a
Earl Klpp
County Supervisor
, WAA Row Embarrasses Solons natural result ests.That was the comment most f tears to his eyes on occasion. I hl page story on the Insldeon, and Miss Sara CitySupervisor.
since the man : trick riding. This the seventh Frg
heard on Capitol Hill after the I Judge George E. Holt of Miami I will Statewide
rejected by Cald- Caldwell filing of a petition to disqualifytwo roars at a good joke as does. perhaps I story that Cypress Gardens I meeting of school

ly FlANK A. KENNEDY 1!operations which cost the Treasury opinions of the Presidential tenure well and the court was a legislator justices from further partici- less noisily his benchmate I has had in Life Magazine. Each Feb. 11-15 at the P. apr.

WASHINGTON group of $80 mnHfm- bill which would limit the serviceof Sen. Edwin G. Fraser of Mac- pation In a case Involving a financier I Senior Circuit Judge Ross Wil- time the publicity was of the most I University of Florida Kipp

10 executives of the War Assets Sikes did not question the future Presidents to eight years. 'clenny. and he publicly had the with whose companieseach liams. I favorable sr Shool Kipp 1 vice chI

Administration's regional office at Secretary's lofie. He merely "A stupid and a dangerous bill" support of the president of the had business dealings. I I welcome further observationson T Newsreel Com I i man of the group's o

Jacksonville, who sought the ous- pointed out that fats and oils !ijls one of the Congressman's mild I Senate. S. D. Clarke of Monti- Even with the 1945 Increase In the subject and regard the mat- I paes will shoot two newsreels 1 I problems and Mi

ter of their boss. Joseph J. Osbom. still are critically short and est criticisms. He predicts its ulti- cello: the president pro tern compensation from $7,500 to $9- ter as a particular challenge to each Half on Cypress Gardens I j sper vice the

seem to be getting In the hair that a limit on peanut acreage mate defeat at the hands of the Charley E. Johns of Starke. and 000, justices of the State's highest I Fuller Warren specialist In the I i other on the Orange In- I std gn problem committee. i ..

of the Florida Congressional delegation wholly was unnecessary this State Legislatures if for no other a number of other colleagues. court are paid less by $1,000 rib cracker field. I te

and causIng a. deal of embarrassment year. reason than most Democrats conSider Since they chose to make Fra- than Inferior court Judges _
a year
,especially to Senators He was inclined to fall In line It a slur upon the m mory of I ser's fight their fight his defeat In Dade County and while reelection I I SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON

Pepper and Holland. with general Congressional reaction the late Pres. Roosevelt. hardly could be regarded by them usually follows, a justice Race Relations

The four Congressmen whom to the Anderson request- Many' circumstances, foreseen other than as a defeat for them, must face this hazard of defeat I

the group approached. Peterson of that acreage quotas on any' pretext and unforeseen could strike. declared too. along with qualification fees and Program To Be Belief in Christ as Saviour
Lakeland. Hendricks of DeLand. smacked too much of the Hendrlcks, In which the salaries
Sikes of Crestview and Price of Wallace theory of killing little pigs best Interests of the nation This development must be campaign expense. Also Presented
I I superimposed situation fluctuate at legislative whim sinkIng TodayThird
Jacksonville eagerly and Instantly and plowing under corn and cot- would be served by a third term. npon a I Redeemer Saves-Dr. Gilroy
long existent which sees as. low In recent years as $0-
agreed to let the Senators handle ton. Annual Race Relations !
World War n might have takena
: the controversy within the WAA. w different course and resulted in I haps a* many as 18 Senators 000 from the maximum of $9,400 I Sunday program will be sponsored Scripture: John 6

i. As virtually a matter of Statewide Republican promises to accom- costlier losses, had an Inexperienced j I ready to do what may be possible In 1927. by the race relations committee I t> L GILKOT, D.D.
.,. concern. It lent itself to some swift plish something constructive In President either Democraticor to embarrass the Caldwell/ So long as this situation exists today at 2:30: p.m. In the ,Annie WIUIA with five

.. buck passing. The Congressmen the way. of more sugar for American Republican. occupied the White administration. few In good conscience Russell Theater at Rollins College. The feeding of a multitude of 5,0 persons

themselves were amused at their consumers will be tested by a House when the blow fell at Pearl Cracker Politics has discussedIn could demand that judges stick The program will Include motion barley loaves and two smal among the most I

own zeal. bill. sponsored by Rep. Hope R- Harbor.It I the past the wedge driven by exclusively t* judging although pictures,.music by the Hungerford amazing stones of all .

In charging !inefficiency office -i Kan]. House Agricultural' Committee -I Is well known said Hendricks. Caldwell between himself and the majority of the present court Choir and a few remarks by Dean Miracles of healing, both ancient and modern, are
morale and a disregard of chairman. that Mr. Roosevelt was elected for doe. Henry M. Edmonds of the Rollins I
veterans Interest In the disposal The measure would extend for ,the fourth term by a bloc of voters o Senate by his separation of executive One of the oldest judges In Chapel. easily believed, for we are familiar with many man1feSth'tons

of surplus property the insurrec- one more year the authority of who opposed him the first three and legislative branches years One of the feature pictures will of the power of mind over 0'
of service sold the few Florida
tionists apparently damaged their I. the Labor Department to retain times but who deemed his war a calculated policy broadened In !' bonds he had be "It Happened In Springfield." matter and there Is always the surd in view of the plain record. I
< case In Washington's eyes by not foreign migratory workers In this leadership to outweigh all other its disruption of friendly relations I upon becoming a a Warner Brothers short dealing I of exact and authentic intelligible 15 the suggestionthat
lodging their complaints officially] country. It Is strongly backed byRep. considerations. ( with the Legislature by the customary Justice so none could accuse him with the subject of inter-racial and : question More been I
-perhaps with the Atlanta Zone Rogers of Ft. Lauderdale In 1' philosophic splits in gov- 'I of special Interest. interrellgious antagonism. The medical dgi. But miracleslike It would hv am

Administrator. CoL Ooe. whose district more than 3.000 While advocates of Government ernment between those for example WWW o Springfield Plan Is a program of this that Involve i stories of
By appealing secretly to the farm laborers from the Caribbean economy are calling for the who think a sales tax Is the Circuit Judge Hal W. Adams of "education for a democracy" instituted an overcoming of physical laws- power had not become u1t

Congressional delegation without islands work In the sugar cane I dismissal of 500.000 to one million revenue cure-all and those who do 'Mayo writes: in Springfield. Mass., are very hard for some realisticallyminded with the mnit of thing 3eu about

prior notice to WAA officials all fields. Testifying this week In be- ,Federal employes here's an incident not. and those who believe thereis i "In your observations regardingthe schools, five years ago. people to accept. The Gospels t
the way up the line the protesting half of the bill was Joe Ferris of which points up some of the too much government and those Supreme Court hearing in the i The public Is Invit Tickets I Some find it easy to believe on the miracles recorded in the -

group maneuvered themselves Intoa Clewiston. vice president of the deadwood in Government offices.I who would create a new bureauto I Fraser-Gay case.I note that Judge I will not be admis the authority of Sptue; others is that almost without crt

position which the Congressional U. S. Sugar Corp.. which employs Several nights a week. Peterson meet each arising problem. 1 I I Terrell "with a chuckle' said a lady sion.Eola. doubting not find ception the physical mce

. delegation found It hard to justify. most of the workers. locks himself up In his office to 1 Now. as pointed out before that :I friend had cautioned him there I belief s easy. respond to the

Some of the members have been The present law under which study new legislation and to clear ( division will not affect to any [I must be no 'monkey business' In / Concert Program Will those who have no diffi- of Jesus. They are miracles of

- told. too. that the Insurrectionistsby the foreign labor Is Imported expires his desk of those problems he great extent the enabling legislation -1 that case. I eulty believing In the mice fel. hel. legiv sym

no means represent all the June 30. could not reach in the daylight I in the 'spotlight-schools and I "For years In reading the comments For Today AnnouncedProgram pardon me while I addrs a .Je Life, I

regional office employes. Unless It is extended' for another hours. He always works alone. I health Instances-but of newsmen commentators for the regular Sun- words to those who do? Jesus t Healer of Souls, and
" year the production of Recently someone pounded Inauctrtte: of should never Jesus Saviour and Redeemer,
, on rather as thepub- I and writers In general regarding ,day afternoon concert to be presented al we
Secretary of Agriculture Anderson's 100.000 tons of sugar in the his door and he admitted an Irate have to men the birth.
ito is split upon or, hi general, has Judicial gentlemen it appears that by the Orlando Senior allow any we may giving nW
request to Congress that he 'Glades next will be In seri i
1. year Government official much
, who drew faith In Jesus How are we living In
no Interest. affect our
their manifesta-
most vociferous
High School Band at 2:30 j| a I
be empowered to limit 1947 acreage ous jeopardy. perhaps a quarter of Mr. Pete's { pm' and the spirit of this miracle of the
What be done would touch tion of merriment mirth is and t,>ntual Master
may or
of peanuts and other staplesIs Ferris testified that the Carib- $12,500 salar'). i represented today in the Eola Park band shel' of the
Caldwell individually. -by challenging by what is designated has been announced It not belief in miae feeding 5,1'
meeting strong opposition from bean Negroes were excellent hands. The bureaucrat lodged a pro- I a I' Savo. i
his pride as an adminis- il as a 'chuckle' I I The. national Anthem belief C I wol whh millions
Sikes and other
; recognized members and that the company's operations test; he said that the personnel I 1! Herbert OVe bt
2 .
' of the farm bloc. will be greatly reduced if their section of his agency had trator. Senate committees: may explore 1 "No gentleman of the ''ermine Oael ra.mWVI a Saviour Redeemer. are o ady i-n-
, activities in particular of It indulges real 3 __ ruimore I Secondly, there is little value ed we have the It
The Secretary argued that he services cannot be retained for an- ignored his request for a seems ever in a "I BO.Mai rec
{ could not administer the Congres- other year. secretary who would personal relieve the Road Department. the Indus- old time. old fashioned belly or I 4 "T Trombone Henry Novelty I in trying to rationalize the miraI today a greater work of feeding

sional guarantee for 90 per cent The Hope bill has no connec- him of the labor of answerIng I trial Commission and the building rib cracker laugh regardless of II I 5 "a- American Po I cles. If we cel the even than that resulting from them

of parity without also holding tion with other measures which his telephone. agency known as the Improvement the hilarity of the circumstancesor -rlta, Colby 4 they would n me. increase of the little !
S VCaa'a
down production preferably by would make the Importation of When he noticed at last that Commission or delve Into situation but confines himself I -.q 0 8 Ba:I'I The notion, fo eple, l. and fishes.

acreage quotas. He pointed out foreign workers a permanent Institution -. I Mr. Pete was working without;; the hire of special: attorneys. to a mirthless chuckle something" T Cr-Sthurl Men.** MarUUn In this feeding of the 5.0 what Would that son nton and

that his legal authority to do so a policy unlikely to merit, secretarial assistance and reachedto [ Those are the points to watch on the order of the gurgle of an 1 .T ..Ar<- Corn 8..4 BomberS Smith happened was that many pepl(peoole nvl-t p.n thr Master's '

was questionable even though the Congressional sanction. answer IDs own telephone the. fer anti-CaldncU activity rather 3rd: bull frog. who sit nl; on a 1 e W' Jib Farmer Br'.ru n,->'m be !v,- the small boy had b.ot-:1: l name the n7tuIfll--'nt farllJte

limitation was enforced en the I I I gentleman backed out la souse: i thaa the surface for palace |barely submerged log while sound-, March" I provisions, and followed h ex-I production, o.

..1845. whit potato crop Pt.atnI I> Hendricis has some heated confU61on.: I through the Legislature of pe- I ling off to other frog. In the. t 110 SUri aod Stripes Pr.- .|ale 1 producing them S ab distribution-they possess I \

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!' I Orlando, Florida, February 9, 1947 (ghg frimfeig S'rnlfafl-S'lar Page 5 Ci t
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Seen As Pirates Quit 1 ,,, ,,,
7 Marketing ------- JICICClIlCI

Blend To Face Model Plane

Citrus Profits Key Stranded ShipMIAMI I Juice Celery Price Meet SlatedAt Drive MappedTALLAHASSEE

Ir ORMUND POWERS rates" deserted[UP] Three their alleged stranded"pi Test at Citrus ShowWINTER Rise PredictedSANFORD Sanford LAP] Authorityto

[The Sunday: Sentinel-Star Staff Writer] conduct a State-wide cancer
prize ship off the Florida keys
TAVARES-Citrus growers might find it easier to get yesterday and were surrendering HAVEN-Seeking to determine the public C. R. Dawson Br MAYME HODGKIN ,I control program will be sought by
more for.their fruit than to reduce their production costs, to Federal authorities here just acceptance of ice-cold blended Florida juice automatically county agent ;yesterday predicted I: TOUT Own Staff CorrespondentSANFORDA ] the State Board of Health during -
as the ship's Irate owner deployed : : the "hottest peacetime celery helping hand will
Zach Savage associate agricultural economist with the mar- the 1947 session of the Legis-
'' dispensed the Florida Citrus Exchange will stage what I be model '
given fans
his crew about the vessel for a' ket in many years with' celery to 'aeroplane lature.
Florida Agricultural Extension Service, told Lake County battle to repossess it.. ,j f Gen. Mgr. C. C. Commander terms "an important experiment bring $6 or $7 a crate not in the March 2 when sponsors of the
Farm Bureau directors this week. The ship was the no.ton'In- I I during the 1947 Florida Citrus Exposition at Winter distant future, but soon." First Southeastern States Glider I known The cancer board, deaths reporting have that Increased -
Contests at the Sanford Municipal
"In some cases a nickel more cents which went aground off r i i Haven.I Feb. 17.22.Commander Dawson gave as his reason for I I Airport will also model from 778 in 1925 to
sponsor a
for.fruit would mean the difference Key Largo 60 miles south of said that several this prediction that the casual plane meet., it was announced by 2.302 in 1945. said it will ask
fIJ between a profit and a here on Monday while en routeto backlog of celery did not mate-
$200,000 for the project. The
I George Touhy general of
i3 loss." he said. "It also could Havana with a cargo of machinery Airports Get recently developed dispensing ma- rialize this year. Better than 50 the sailplane competition.manager sum was Included in the $9,903-
easily be true that it would be and vegetables. chines, which deliver six ouncesof per cent of the Glades celery 238 biennial health board budgetto
easier to get a nickel more for The ship's owner. Col. B. C. beverage in a one-use paper and 25 per cent of the Sanford Chairman of the midget which the cabinet budget
fruit than to cut five centsa 5r3r MacCalley. charged that Jack: acreage has either been cut ordisregarded maneuvers IsV.. D. Hoffman commission has given tentative
:your will be installed at the citrus
y Ed Linnett and cup. I I who will have E. II. McAlexander
3r Reilly. George because of the hot.
box off the cost of production. CAA approval.
Approval exposition as a part' of the exchange's -
The who does the best Holoyde. who were released on ,, I dry weather. as his assistant. Both these men
job: of selling grower is usually the one $1,000 bond after their surrender, exhibit-and to furnish Speaking of the recent cold, he have long been model plane enthusiasts The bill to be submitted to the
a took over the vessel as "out and j i information to support the organ- said "I have not seen any celery I and are eager to do lawmakers by the health board
who makes the most money. Get WASHINGTON tAPl The Civil ization's contention that the casual
out pirates".Shortly after it ran that has been seriously hurt. It what they can to boost the interest would "establish a standard for
the top price for your fruit. But Aeronautics Administration recommended beverage field offers huge out-
aground. :: a shows some cold damage but this I in model building and the organization, equipment and
you cannot do that without some yesterday that 112 airports let for citrus juices. I I
He said the trio waited until the :: doesn't hurt celery as no part 011 flying. conduct of cancer units or departments -
effort in studying the situation to Vincente's captain went ashore i; in Florida be constructedor Blended juice. Commandersaid the plant that is more than six Members of the Florida Model in general hospitals or
determine what you should Records get and then coaxed the non-English improved within the next three has been selected for the weeks old goes to market anyway." Assn. will be notified of the event 'I, in private clinics in this State."
under the circumstances. speaking Cuban crew to jump years. experiment because many'people The cold weather has been good and invited to enter their ships. It also would authorize an educa-
should be kept of offers together 4 mf ship.After the crew left, said Mac- They are among 4.431 airports I are not fully; acquainted for celery, he concluded. Contests will start at 9 ajn. and tional program "to impress upon
with date of each time of selling, Calle). the trio themselves climbed in the entire country which Administrator 1 i with It-and inasmuch as flori- continue till 5 pjn. when it is :: the public the necessity for quick
price time fruit was picked and aboard and when the captain re- T. P. Wright said da's citrus competitors don't thought that all planes will have checkups when symptoms occur."
so forth." turned ordered him away at gun should .be built or improved in FLORIDIANA been flown. I Clinics would be provided for
the it
combination juice
Savage said the records of 250 that period. process Control line planes only will the examinations and a treatment
groves each year on which the f point.MacCalley started legal proceedings I The list summarizes the national I offers additional possibilities."The Miami Beach Mails be demonstrated because of the I center would be established for
Agricultural Extension Service has against the usurpers I airport plan which the Florida Citrus Exposition crowds that will be attending the Indigent cancer patients.At .
obtained records for the past 15 Lovely 18-year-old Nance Stil- and then declared he would recapture administrator is required to pre- offers us a great field for this experiment Sand glider meet as well as the model I the same time the agency I
:years show that 45 per cent of the ley. sponsored by the Winter the vessel "by force if j pare and revise annually under : because not only will it Samples contests. Rules of the association will seek passage of a bill to create'an
expenses were for fertilizer ma- Haven Junior Chamber of Commerce necessary" j terms of the federal aid airport ', attract citrus men from all over will govern the meet said administrative unit of the
terials and their application. Eigh- has been entered in the Told that Reilly and his men I'I the State but visitors from all To Business Men McAlexander. I board's division of industrial hy
teen per cent went for pest controL Seventh Annual Azalea Festival were armed. MacCalley a former :' act.From over the nation who are potential POUNDS of Miami Prizes will be given Icr the first I giene. The unit would be em- I
These two Items accountedfor Queen Contest at the Ravine Gardens Army officer said "If there's any it will be selected the i i: customers for our products" Commander -T rnFTY: three places in four classes- i powered to investigate places of I'
63 per cent of the expenses, or Feb. 16. Miss Stilley was recently shooting it's all right with me." projects to be included in the 'I' said. "Thus we get a Beach sand-pasted on pennypostcardswere classes three, four and five and an employment "and study conditions
$87 per acre for the 1945-48 sea- selected as Florida's Most "I can do a little gun-play myself construction program for the ,,I cross-section of the Industry and distributed to 20- open stunt class. All awards will : which might be responsible for ill I
son. The total cost that season was Photogenic Girl by the Florida ." he said, "and I'm not afraid 1948 fiscal year starting July 1.I the public at the same time." Expert 000 Cincinnati and Chicago busi- be in merchandise, the type so health of the industrial worker." ,
$138 per acre. Camera Club.Cattlemen. of being shot." depending upon the amount 01' research crews will watch the ness executive yesterday as an inducement much sought-after by model plane.I The board of health will ask
In his summary of possible ways money appropriated by Congressand Winter Haven experiment closely; to come South for their builders, including engines. '$50,000 for expansion of the activities -
of reducing costa through the study Cabinet MembersTo I' the relative urgency of each to determine public reaction. vacations A few grains were Sponsors are the Junior and of the bureau of sanitary I'
of grove records. Savage said: project. j I Commander for many months glued on each card, which read in Senior Chambers of Commerce engineering, and $28.140 for a
"Compare your operations this Get Attend Meet The projects on the list issued has been urging the industry to go part: "Only yesterday this was a and the city of Sanford. I nutrition program. It reported t
season with what :you did in MIAMI BEACH (API Leo J. yesterday are estimated to cost into the casual beverage field and part of Miami Beach. Sun-tanned' that more than one million Flort- j.
previous seasons. ]Particularly Adeeb. president of the Young $985,800,000. of which the Fedj i j I recently announced that the Cit- bodies stretched on it. A sum- Florida ProductionOf dians use ground water untreated !
compare with seasons when fruit Democrat Club of Dade County, I eral Governement's share wouldbe rus Exchange stood ready to put mer surf lapped at it Children in any way and that "Indiscrimi I
prices were low. Compare with National PostsOCALA said last night that four cabinet $441,600,000 and the local $100,000 into a "jackpot" of $500- dug holes and built castles withit Electricity Gains nate consumption of ground waterin i
what Is being recommended by members had accepted invitations I l sponsors' share would be $544- I I 000 for the development of "drink the State of Florida is fraught I
authorities. Where I 200.000.Of I box outlet.I ." !I with danger."
the beat pos- to attend a dinner at the Roney I tion of electric In Florida
sible compare with others of LAP R. O. Herrman of Plaza Hotel here Feb. 28 with din- I, the 4,431 projects suggestedfor 'I The National Farm and Home Gosporilla Fete Set stood 20 per cent energy higher by Dec. 1 I
your vicinity county and State. Kis- ners at $250 a plate. ) construction or improvement Hour heard on NBC. will give a GASPAR and his swash-
Ocala and Henry O. Partln of : JOSE last year than at the end of the
in the next three 417
"If :you have no very good rec- simmej been elected direc- Democratic National Committee years are salute to "Florida Citrus Week" klin band of pirates same 11-month period of 1945, BEST TRAILER SHOP
ords up to now. start to accumulate Chairman and Postmaster Gen. large airports with paved runwaysat I and the exposition on its Feb. 15 and I
tors khe American Brahman least 4.500 feet long. 3,850 are swarm into Tampa Monday the Research and Industrial Division Repair .iwl Parts for AO
them. After all if :you have Robert Hannegan, Atty.-Gen. Tom program, heard at noon. WilliamE. take this West Coast city
Breters' Assn.. according to word smaller airports and 164 are sea- over of the Florida State Chamber Make of B.U.. TratiwPauuaat.wawalarsnerase
no records ot your own grove how received here from Houston.Texas. Clark. Secretary of Agriculture I bases. : Drips agricultural director of in a revival of the colorful Gas- of Commerce reported yesterday I
can :you do any comparing with where the association's annual Clinton P. Ahderson and Secretary \ The CAA made no attempt to''I NBC. will arrange this program. parilla Festival in its weekly business review. (
other good citruS growers or with of Labor Lewis B. Schwellenbach i tZZJ W. WatfclBfhM Dial UNIon
meeting has just ended. show the cost of Individual proj-, And that'll the beginning of !I This increase "was in high con-
your own operations of previous Herrman is president and Partin have accepted Invitations Adeeb i :i Municipal. Leesburg Seaplane fun and frolicking for Tampansand trast" to the nation's production Winter Gardca Road I

seasons? little less vice president of the Southeastern said. I ects.Projects slated improvement I, Base. Mt. Dora Seaplane Base visitors who are expected to figure, the latter showing a two
: Tor many years a Brahman Breeders' Assn. The Taylor Field. Ocala swarm here by the thousands per cent decline.
work in Central Florida Include: ; Orlando Municipal -
,'4 I than one-half the production membership of the organization is Coeducation FavoredTALLAHASSEE I: Daytona Municipal. DeLand No. 1. Amy Larkin Field. for.the big pageant which comes CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH : !
costa have been In for reducing fertilizer costsvery and made up of Brahman breeders in f API The Citi I Municipal. DeFuniak Springs Palatka: St. Cloud Seaplane Base to life again afire a war-time Shriners Okay Funds SERVICE it

Its application.likely fertilizer costs wouldbe five Southeastern States. zens' Committee on Education yesterday Frank D. Waterman. Eustis: St. Cloud: Sanford Seaplane absence. I I MIAMI LAP] Expenditures totaling Dr. H. T DthlautChiropractor I
wise to Herrman has also been notified reported a poll of FlorIdians -I Groveland Municipal; Haines Base. Sanford; Vero Beach Muni- more than $1,500,000 were
reduced but U might be of his appointment as a memberof indicates residents of the' City Seaplane Base. Holopaw cipal: Wildwood Municipal Winter Of the 18000 modem residentsof approved for 15 Shrine Croppled 715 W. Colonial Dr. i I
reduce other items one-half proportionately of the reduced the executive committee or the .State "are overwhelmingly In fa : Emergency. Lakeland MunicipalNo. I Garden Municipal: Gilbert Field Greenland only 600 are of Eu- II I Children's Hospitals :yesterday as Phone 2-446S
more. Perhaps be National Livestock Assn. thecoantry's vor" of coeducation at State institutions I, Lakeland Seaplane Base I Winter Haven; Winter Haven ropean origin, the remainder being ;the Shrine Imperial Divan com- Evening by appointment I
pointat '
costa would a good
which to aim for fertilizer. The ization. largest livestock organ- I. of higher learning. Drane Field, Lakeland: Leesburg I I Seaplane Base. j I Eskimos. pleted their mid-year conference. I

distribution of expenses for pro-
duction as conformsto
the average, practice on the About Florida ,
I ,,-', f
groves producing the highest ".::r'". 1
profit over the 15-year. period of lr ALLEN MORRIS .. iif"'" )1
our records: Q. Ha any Florida county : ..... .' 1 !
,"Fertillsert Nitrogen. 15 perCent created been abolished .

,other elements 25: per cent, once outright? ever ... .. >. "lt... ." .. '. .. .. .r: ,>-;.::;;. -<:!-,. 1\' i i't
applying per cent; peat control A. Fayette County. In a "V" \
measure. It per cent; cultivating formedby_ the Chlpola and Apalachicola t
S per cent; mowing and Rivers was abolished Jan. .. -c t-t'; 1 ''
chopping 2 per cent; State and 20. 1834, being re-incorporated in .. .
County: tiles. 7 pen cent; irrigating Jackson County? ,". I _.. y .
,pruning.'. 1Z per cent. ""l -- : : /
"At the beginning of the season Q. How old Is Florida's present : '.' 1 .: : 4 i
an estimate should be madeof Capitol building \. .-"" / i
the cost at which the fruit must A. Construction was begun in' k
be produced to sell at a profit. 1839 on the center section after
Also estimate the yield per acre appropriation by Congress of $20- .. ;
of the grove. Multiply these two 000 for the erection of a "suitable '
figure to obtain the estimated State House. : \
money to be expended per acre. 1 L7(
The following table Is an application 'Q.;Which of the soeal1edaerv- ..'itr \
of the distribution of expenseson ice" occupation employ the ,
: ea
the basis of the previous table greatest number of Floridians? ,:-- ".
with an estimated cost of 30 cents A. Wholesale and retail trade /
per box on a grove estimated to at last count occupied 20 per cent \
yield 250 boxes of fruit: of all employed men and women : (; \ :1
"Fertilizer nitrogen, $10. other but personal service-servants In
elements $19. applying $4; pest homes and workers In hotels p
control measures $14: cultivating; laundries and dry cleaning establishments 1
$4; mowing and chopping $2; -accounted for 18 per .
State and County taxes $5; Irrigating cent. In number of workers the T'61
pruning. $8. wholesale and retail trade had J
"This distribution Is presentedas 139.168 when the 1940 Federal ,
a guide or starting point with census was taken and personal .
shifts to be made when advisable. service 116.611. I -1
Alterations may be made as the .
season progresses with changes in j Would you like a free booklet & :
rainfall pest infestations prices, on growing roselle? Write: Allen : j
expected yield and others." I I Morris Sentinel-Star Bureau. Tallahassee .. > .." _. J
r Complete records of grove operations Florida. % .. "oj
fertilizer applications and a tIxJI 1
other expenses are needed
as a -
age said. Timing is Important In
basis for *
plans to lower
costs. Say- '
some operations, especially in the .4.
application of nitrogen and some -. ,
Optometrist sprays he said. One of the best (
uses for records. Savage pointed 4. .
Dr. Paul M.! Kessler out.. .Is for comparisons of costs ,. !
and returns of previous seasonsof I .
201 Church and Alain Arcade that grove to assist.In formulating ;.
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op l I rPage 6 irl1t{ S-wtfcuj rtitinrl-&tar Orlando, Florida, February 9, 1947 Robinson

Here's a prediction By :BOB Bill Summers'HAYES Fla. State_ League Riley-Ezar I Engle Signs Confident

Umpire School will make minor league baseball history.It .

will set an example for other leagues, and may be the Combine Scrap Of ChancesNEW

wedge that leads to far greater major-minor league co-I :1; 25 Students
operation in the future. Local civic clubs are missing a 5ti 44 : YORK IUP] The fight

bet by: not securing Summers for a speaker. He's one of the best ofdtamond Way io Top f .... : mob worried last night. All up and

s story teller, and he's already made about (2,000 this past t down the 49! St. promenade they

Winter through speaking engagements F. wriF'M For WashingtonSpecial can Jacobs Beads there was a
.Jo* Tinker yesterday said he bad mailed out,242 post cards Ir CHARLIE' WADSWORTH Fl.. < X1$ att shaky feeling that come next Pri'day -
: thanking baseball fans for letter he received daring the time he [Sentinel-Star Sports Staff] "Sugar '.... ,
was la the hospital and afterwards Grover Hartley former The favored team of Mrs. Mil [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star Ray" Robinson will ...
dred (Babe Zahariaa of get the same medicine that the
] Denver.
Giant catcher: and coach sent his black 1911 World Series uniform SANFORD Joe Engle. president
Colo. and baseball player Gerald Boxing Commission
= the one he wore as a McGraw player against Connie Mack's Walker of Orlando meet the dark of the Chattanooga Southern Graziano gave Rocky:

Athletics, to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum recently horse entry of Folly Riley of Fort Assn. club and director of the Friday:
Peter Schaal efficient secretary and statistician of the Worth. Texas and Joe Ezar. Orlando Washington Senators Baseball I I 1 I But Robinson the new welterweight -
F, Florida State League was able to attend the league meeting yesterday In the finals of the SiXth School here yesterday announcedthe champion of the world
although he underwent an appendtomy at Ocala a week annual Florida Mixed Two Ball signing! of 25 student players wasn't concerned over the pos
, :'ago last Monday Golf Tournament here today: at i to Washington farm system con- sibility that like Granziano. his

. Dubsdread Country Club. i. tracts. '''license to fight would
Joe Engle says Charley Trlppl has "stopped me cold. Imagine Both teams reached the final Eight pitchers, four catchers 1 be revoked \
round yesterday by: shooting superb > eight infielders and five outfielders for failure to report an attempted t
offering $100,000 contract 'and him coming right back and
a guy a
* si
sub-par golf each entry being in the signed from
were group
; asking what the bonus for signing would be." Joe's near gag offer two under regulation men's the school's 131 enrollees bribe.Pete
t.. te Trippi! is not without parallel the Washington organization. Mike figures when they ran out their Vacarre, Robinson's di.
f :Martin now a Washington scout said Clark Griffith'back in Ty Cobb's matches. Par is 11 over the J'.d Eight players were signed to rector of public relations. disclosed -

f hey-day: : offered Hughie Jennings, Detroit manager a check already tricky; 6.454 Dubsdread layout. 6 Chattanooga three Lookouts of the contracts.althoul'h number, Ray and confidently his manager that George Sugar

1'- mad out for $100.000 for the Georgia, Peach-and added that the Mrs. Zaharias and Walker are to be assigned to Washing Gainford. will go before the
check would have bounced higher than rubber If Jennings had taken j jit. I eliminated the Orlando team of ton's Orlando club in the Florida State Athletic Commission next
t. . Appointment of Johnny-Toncoff as Palatka manager leaves' Mary Mozel and Carl Dann Jr. State League Of the remain- Friday without the scort of an
Daytona Beach.. the only FSL club to name a pilot.-And the Is1&ndf f by a :2 and Z score picking up t Ing 17 players, eight were signed attorney

fen are just about ready; to announce. four ,birdies along the 18-hole for Washington's Kingsport Vaccare said Robinson's defense
' route. in the Class D Ap-
I Tenn, club I would be that he had never been
1 "An Atlanta Cracker scout through here the other day said Bill Miss Riley: and Ezar, equally: as palachian League and nine were I offered a $25,000 bribe and that
Hartley the Saint Augustine lefthander who won six and lost one for convincing defeated a heavily favored signed for the Senators Brew- his case differed from that of
the SaiDts'and who was sold,to Atlanta la only: one year away fromtheCrackers' duo-Betty Jameson. San ton. Ala. club in the Class D |I Granziano. who admitted that he
club John Ganzel now has 28 baseball players under Antonio, Texas and Ky Lafoon Alabama State League. i 1{I was offered $100,000 to throw a
Orlando. 2 and 1. The Riley- ... .,,.. .., .... fight but thought! it was -all) a big
contract for the Orlando Senators Mayor Jim Butler of Gainesville >: : ;;.... .: ...::;;';'y.: ; r I' :' "111"iriwft itil,51i'W, I II Signed to Chattanooga con- "
the G-Men's FSL director says the Gen the Atlanta Crackers I I Ezar team picked up four birdies ACTION DURING YESTERDAY'S l'fATCIIPart'I,I I background talk over a putt with Mary tracts: William Haste catcher. Joke.

Waycross and ThomaivlUe will all be training at the University City also.Finals scheduled today overa I of the audience numbering well over the 1,200 mark kneeling. The Mozel-Dann combine lost a 3 Memphis Tenn.; Ted DeBonis Robinson's story as related by
are N. Y. Rex E. Vacarre was that he was
. next. March 36-bole route. The morning attending yesterday's semi-final rounds of the Florida 2 match to Mrs. Mildred. (Babel Zaharias and Itl'I catcher. Troy ; by a stranger while approached -
outfielder Vestaburg
i, Sanford probably has the only feminine club director In the round will tee off at 10 o'clock' Mixed Two Ball Open Golf Tournament can be ald Walker.Behrens Throop Mich.; ,Charles H. Allen, pitcher training at Greenwood Lake. N. Y.
1 -- Florida State Leage-Miss Maude Ramsey Herbert II. Hunter while the afternoon session starts I seen watching Carl Dann. who can be seen in the r j Concord N. C.; Jim Petrosky for the scheduled title fight ..ithWelteneight
t the man who organized and conducted the 1922 and 1931 tours of I at 2. -- shortstop Detroit; Robert F. Sie- Champion Marty
f. Japaa by major league baseball stars, lives here at the Dwellere Yesterday's golf show was su- loft outfielder. Chicago: Bill Pols- Servo last Summer. Robinson was

: ;_ Hatel Mickey: Vernon Washington's star first sacker and perb. Riley and Ezar. playingnear Todd Capfures--- Tero Shirley Fry ton, second baseman. Louisville on the scales for a routine weight
American League batting champion has been here over a week flawless golf met their first ; Ky.. and LaVerne Mayer first ch kup.rhen the stranger approached -
of the tournament
..already but hasn't met with Clark Griffith to talk salary terms. severe baseman Oconto Falls. Wis. Sei- and said "I'd be willing

Vernon's father, who has been here for about a month leaves not Miss up Jameson to form and and before Lafoon the were favored I Kovacs in Tennis FinalsWEST loll Polston and Mayer are promised in to bet under$25.000 147 pounds that you for can't the Servo come

today for their Marcus Hook Pa. home. pair could regain their to the Orlando Senators. "
Riley and Ezar were Tourney Lead PALM BEACH [AP] Buddy Behrens of Fort Signed for Mgr. Dick Bass. fight.
The Sporting News' 1947 Baseball Guide will appear about April 1; two strokes up and remained that derdale, and George Tero, of Miami, meet today for Kingsport Tenru, farm club; Ray- stranger Robinson with said the he single dismissed remark the
mond Barton pitcher
, the 1947 Baseball Register about June 1 George Pipgras. fonder way all the way around.It SAN ANTONIO [API Harry I championship match in the ninth annual South Florida N. Y.; A. L. Burkhalter Jr.. outfielder that he had no worry about making -

1 major league pitcher and umpire now a Boston Red Sox scout is was simply a question of Todd of Dallas came out of the nis tournament after s successfully eliminating! their Minden La.; Hugh J ; the weight and he claims that
i i making Allan :Mobley a present of hi* umpiring outfit-and Allan is Mrs. Zabarlas and Walker packing gathering dusk yesterday: with a .final opposition yesieraay. Gallen pitcher Littleton N. H.; this under no circumstances could
: passing his outfit on to someone else Judge Syd Herlong. president too much power for Miss par-shattering 63 to take over the Behrens. second ranking junior Joe A. Jones pitcher. Dandridge I have been construed as a direct
, of the Leesburg Pirates, expects to have some 30 Pittsburgh Mosel and Dann to cope with. lead at the halfway: mark in the tennis player in the United States Gil Dodds Captures Tenn.; R. F. Maier. third baseman offer.

Pirate farm hands on the roster when Spring training starts Bill With Walker hitting splendid $10,000 Texas Open with a 36-hole I defeated Bruce Thomas of West Hunter Mile Event Arlington. Va.; P. E. Werner Meanwhile,1 promoter outside
Kastelz. former sports editor of the Saint Augustine Record is now iron shots Mrs. Zaharlas wentto total of 129. I Palm Beach in the semi-final pitcher. Chicago: Carl V. Griffin New York and affiliated States ,..
a member of the :Times-Union:sport staff in Jacksonville .. town. Leading 1 up at the Todd's red-hot shotmaking exhibition t play yesterday 7-5 and 6-3 to BOSTON [AP] Taking pitcher. Fort Mill. N. C. and C. P. under the Jurisdiction of the
turn. Walker's approach landed one stroke shy of the 18- 'I move into the championship with the starting gun Younce, Jr. catcher Massllon. O New York Commission were
25 feet away from the cup and hold competitive scoring record. match. Dodds Boston's Flying Signed lor Mgr Norman Veazy's clamoring for the semen of
r jHoot Mon Favored Time Park, has designated the Mrs. Zaharias popped It in fora left the Dallas professional a blow I Tero easily won over Jack clicked off his 16th Brewton, Ala., farm club; W. T. Graziano.
" 2:12: trot on Hambletonian Day as birdie. It was the same old in front of Jimmy Demaret from Tuero of New Orleans 6-3 6-4. Eriss. outfielder New York City; ,
{,For Hambletonian the Damon Runyon Memorial and story on the 13th. Ojai. Calif. who bad a 68 yester- Virginia Kovacs of San Francisco Indoor victory by outrun Carl Waller shortstop Montgomery The National BoxL.g Assn. with-
whether it
OOSHEN.N.Y. [API Hoot Mon. has guaranteed $2.500 to the fund Walker's drive was less than day. and Shirley Fry of Akron. Tommy Quinn of the New i Ala.; Gary Grantham. outfielder held would announcement follow suit in on forbidding
t leading money-winning being raised in Runyon's memoryfor and The Ohio, will meet for the women's Lake View S. C.; E. Sweet-
; twoyearold three feet from the cup Ed [Porky] Oliver of Wilmington A. C., by 20 yards with a t: Graziano to box in territory under
last year, is made the favorite the Cancer Research Fund. Babe doesn't miss 'em that close. Del., checked in with a singles championship after Miss performance last nieht in lug pitcher. Key; West; Thomas its jurisdiction.
for the $50.000 Hambletonlaa Mrs. Zahariaa and Walker I Kovacs won over Louise: Oanzen- McCormick:, shortstop Overbrook.
p Stake. harness racing's Derby, BEAR CUB WINS I closed the match out on the 16th 64 to tie ,Lew D. C. Worsham at 131. ofWashington muller of Sea Cliffe N. Y.. 6-4 Boston's A. A.:'s classic W. Va.; George Rezina. Jr. shortstop GOLF DATES REVEALED
f : here Aug. 6. MIAMI [rAP L. Eric Jones' 33- after Miss Mozel had rammed 'I 3-6 6-1; and Miss Fry defeated Mile event I Yukon Pa.: Robert Cosic. BOSTON (rAP The 37th
Almost as highly. regarded is foot sloop Bear Cub won the 14th : home a beautiful 25 foot putt, but Fred Hass Jr., New Orleans La., ''Betty Ruth Hulbert of St. pitcher Greensburg. Pa.; John ', Championship -
Massachusetts Open
Rodney bay colt by Spencer annual Sir Thomas Lipton Cup i Walker some 12 feet away: himself par-buster checked in with 65 togo i I Mo., 6-4. 8-6. Lou1s.1 Hockey I Berguson. second baseman. Arnot. will be played at the Bel-
Scott. Rodney Is owned by: R. H. sailing race yesterday in a field of I and confronted with a temporary with his opening round 68 for a I,! Men's Results singles of yesterday's' quarter matches finals' StandingsAMERICAN Pa. and Charles Upshaw catcher 'mont Country Club June 23 and
Johnston of Charlotte. N. C. who 14 contestants by: sailing the 28- rally on the part of Miss Mozel 36-hole total of 133 one stroke in i beat Enrique -.. Lima Peru t.C. 9-1. 9-1 LEAGUE, HOCKEY Atlanta. I President B. F. JaquM of the-
mile triangular In handicap front of Jim Ferrier. Chicago. i I' Tuero, won over Bruce Johnson.: Spring Eastern Division 24.
boueht the colt as a yearling for course a and Dann putted true and ended Team. I
W L T PTS Or Golf Assn. an-
.4600. time of three hours. 31 min- the match. Ill.; Vic Ghezzi, Knoxville Tenn., lake..u",..N.Rego J. a-1 Park 5T.rtI, N... Y, 4,C.defeated C-3 75.Tom Hershey __ 28 10 8 64 187 : NO' TROUBLE THERE Massachusetts
William H. Cane owner of Good .utes and 59 seconds. and Denny Shute Akron O. who ; In the wo.......-. singles quarter. finals. Ko New Haven __ _.. IT 25 6 40 148 I IProvld.nce BOSTON lAP Red Sox d.pendI I nounced last ni.iht.
As the two final teams now were' grouped at 134. I vacs downed Ganzenmuller C-4. 3-C. 6-1.; I' Spfmftield U'h__ 10 23 8 40 154: ables Bobby Doerr. the .271hitting I
; 16 25: 7 39 149 HOCKEY *COHEerUefioM
Barbara ScofMid San Francisco beat Betty dU
Ii 4 I stand Miss Riley and Ezar are Rosenquest. Or..... N. J. 75. C2Betty Philadelphia 4 40 5 13 147 second baseman and Joe Dobson. f 71 _. I. "eds S.
i 10 below par figures, but have Ruth Hulbert St. Louis Mo., defeated I Western Division Indianapolis. X. Cleveland 2 (tie).
4SOLAR not completed the full IS holes Nancy.. ..........". Palm Beach C-4. S-4. Cleveland u"-n 31 11 4 68 203 1 the 13-game winning righthandl! Hershey *, *t. Louie t.
SYSTEMS Now AVAILABLE Daytona Five In the men's doubles. Thomas and Turn Indianapolis u. 24 13 11 59 218 pitcher yesterday: submitted signed Buffalo] .. Philadelphia., S.
at least twice. Mrs. Zahariasand downed Randall Rose, and Jim Vuille. both Pittsburgh _nu 26 IS 7 59 183 1947 contracts to Gen. Mgr.I Toronto 2. a..t.n2.Psbbunh .
Buffalo ______ 25 14 8 58 190 .. .,
Walker, seeking to establisha .f St. Petersburg. Fla.. C-3. C-l: Buse and n 3 New Haven
t, We have Just received a supply of Heavy' Duty: Tanks. medalist figure play all Gus ....... West Palm Beach beat. Johnson St. Loula n..__ 12 23 12 36 191 Eddie Collins. I Montreal 4. Detroit 3.
Copper Tublr-f and Fittlnts.' Place your order at once. the way through each time and Lone and Island Tony N. Vincent.Y., 75. C-2.Jackson: Heights.
take of needs: strokes under.In T Trims Ten and Gut Ganzenmuller.'' Sea Cliffe.
se we can care your are now eight JayCeesThe N. Y., won by default. over Jack Teavy. and
the championship consolation -I Q. N... Gornto both of Fort Lauderdale.. FlaAllen .
Repairs and Estimates Richardson, of Miami
and CharlesLundgren.
Mrs. T. P. Gallatin of Tallahassee of East Or.n_. N... defeated. &
Hot Water With No Fuel Cost and Lloyd Sparrow of Daytona Dunn Brothersfive Billy Windham. of Orlando. Fla.. and Norman
Bradenton. who gained the finals of Daytona Beach scored a i 1.1. Coaeland, Daytona Beach Fla.. 6.1.

Friday: will face Marge Gunther of ,, 43-35 victory over the JayCees at .
D'Orsay.-Craig Solar System Inc. Memphis and Elvie Hume of Lexington the Davis Armory last night. C. I Basketball Results
Ky. who downed Hope Pollitz led the visitors with 12
1808 S. Bumby St. Phone 8749 Seignious. Columbia. S. C.. and I points while Carlisle Swofford Jefferson 40.(Nigh Bradanton School 36. 14'p
Jimmy Nichols, Monson, Mass. paced the locals with eipht I Ii Jefferson 17 Jacksan Dartona Dunn Bros,Orlando. Jaycees 55. La* (lax. ) :25. -
3 and 2. i I <43> <3S) Fletcher 37. La noon U.d 3S.CC ,
In the first flight Mr. and Mrs. i Player FG FT T Player FO FT TSr. I II .JIge! )
Eddie Bush of Chicago take on : Pollitl, I 4 2 10 Smith: f 1 Navy II. Rutgers W.
I ElMT. f 00 White, f I 0 2I I female' 3*. Pen State 37.
JUST RECEIVED SMALL SHIPMENT"JEEP" Jo Ann Whittaker and Jim Lee Jr. Baas f 2 0 4 Drnsmore. t 1 0 2 Michigan 5*, Ohio State 53. --1
of Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. I Everett c :5 0 10 Carplno X 1 0 2 N. C.: vtato 32 Hampton. Institute. v3? .c ss
McDonald,(204 Proppa. c 3 0 II R. I. State 17. Coast: Guard *1. : ,
Bush defeated Mrs. Thomas Nolan Krmmrr. 113 Hudson. e 1 0 2 Duauetn S.. Akron .9.
New Castle. Pa, and Charles Collins C. Pollitl. 84 4 12 S Stro'fo-d.. tK t 0 8 West Virginia si. Pitt 41. d aI,
'j ENGINESPossibly 1 Miss Whittaker and > 9wo fo'd. a 1. 3 5 Tennessee *:2. Georgia 33.
up. !Crowley. c 1 I 3 Cornell 43. Pennsylvania 37.
Lee defeated Katherine Foster and *. 8 1 0 2 Illinois 45. 1_. MRichmond .
Frank Strazza. Jatr ton, c of! to. VMI I S2. 1
/ .- .. .- William and Mary 37, George
Laddie irwin and Arnold Total 18 T 43 Total IS SII: Ion 32.S.uth.
our lasl shipment-gei yours now! Mlnkler turned back Jean Hop- Halftime SCOT: Daytona 21; Orlando 10. Wake Forest Carolina M.73.Citadel Clemsen. 4*. SS.W.lhln..j
kins and Allen by 1
Pug a up I Auburn M. Florida :JO.
score In 19 boles and will play ANOTHER NEW ONE Tula... 5', Alabama, 41.Vandarbilt .
"First Come First Served"SUNSHINE Marian Lyons and Roy Horan MANHATTAN Kan. [UPI Sam Indiana .S3.SS.Earlnam Mississippi 41. 4o. .
for the first flight consolation Francis. Nebraska's All-American Texas sa. SMU. si. I
championship. Mrs. Lyons and fullback in 1936. yesterday: was Holy Cross 44. Seton Hall 43.
'I Northwestern' S4. Purdue 53. I
loran defeated Marico Rcilly named head football coach at' Wisconsin CO. Minnesota SI.
; MOTORS INC. and Jim Fownes 3 and 2. Kansas State College. Miami Cl, Florida Southern 43.VJHATOOVOOUSOALW : .
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Dorothy Foster and Billy Gilbert
892 N. Orange ORLANDO Phone 2-4434 defeated Flo Bob<1 and Ed Levy 1 't
up in 19 holes to play Jackie Lewis ,,;.r !llO.l tf
and Jimmy Paul who downed
Mrs. Louis Thibault and Hugh
Hayes. 3 and 2. in the finals of
the second flight bracket. ANp IOU vale .-.m j i
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ly HCKB MOSHER Orlando Florida February 9, 1947 CTtfr &irabag! &ratir Itar Page 7CONFIDENTIALLY

Fishing was very greatly improved by the recent cold 1

weather, while additional good results, in the way of con- I i Nat President IEngle's I Fesler SoughtFor

tinued, or even better, good fishing, are to be expected for Strlpp Pupils Chattanooga Pro Has Plan

a week, or longer. I
Bluefish put in their appearance, all along the East Tells FSL 'Keep For Golfers Grid Post
. Coast at the time of the first cold spelL Look for them when the Aiding

wind goes northwest.Sea Charges CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. [AP] A Chattanooga golf club

treat and redfisb hare put in an appearance in the West and its pro may become the rock on which professional : At Ohio State

Coast rivers; these low temperature wiU send millions of these The Game Clean'Clark golfers and golf professionals come to the parting of the
fish up the rivers which lie north from Tarpon Spring Al Foss's

Chassahowitzka should be a rood bet daring February especially Clash TodayWith ways.Declaring I PrrTSBTJRCJH tAPJ Wes Fester -
of the that the Professional Golfers Association"needs
this Griffith president '
after cold
fs weather. who lilted University of Pittsburgb's -
\ Washington Senators cautioned: some of the purifying I' the doldrums
football out of -
4 Sailfish "went mad" Thursday afternoon, following the cold spell directors of the Florida State both squads bent on'' treatment that has been given last Fall yesterday was

and as the wind began to swing into the west, on Friday. League last night high salaries establishing their superiority.Iplayers other sports of late" Pro Ran I, officially offered the job as head

These big fellows have been hitting freely off Stuart. Palm Beach. could ruin any baseball league from the Joe Stripp Base- : Killmsworth of the MeadowlakeGolf 'gridiron coach at Ohio State
Ft. Lauderdale and wherever the fishing cruisers have gone out after i and suggested the current trend ball School here and Joe Engle'sWashington Club of Chattanooga said where he won all-America honorsat

them. Remember, a west wind is'pretty sure to insure continued good toward exhorbitant salaries In the Senators Baseball' yesterday he planned to organize a end in 1929 and "30.I .

saiifishing. along with good "deep sea" fishing for all kinds of game major leagues posed a threat to School at Sanford will meet here Tennessee-wide association of golf I L. W. St. John, retiring athletic
at Tinker Field at 2 todayin which eventually
pjn. pros may grow
fish. Rough cold weather makes good fishing. their existence on a sound basis. an inter-school contest.No into a national organization."The BrevitiesThe director at Ohio State and his

i "The players are now runningthe charge of admission is being successor. Richard C. Larkins
Sears-Senti- major league clubs not the I PGA has nothing to offer I came here to Invite the famous
Some mighty nice sailfish have been entered in the made for the game and the publicis .
club owners and that is exactly the working professional who gross receipts of Friday Buckeye alumnus to take the position -
nel-Star fishing contest, but entries of bluefish and sea trout have the opposite of what is invited to attend. makes his living running a golf night's exhibition bout between I left vacant this week when

been few and far between. Sea trout are among the most popular of I needed for their continued healthy Both Enle.and Stripp said club" said Killinsworth in discussing j I Joe Louis and Arturo Godoy lrj I Paul Butler resigned to accept the
all the salt water fish with Central Florida anglers, who catch: tens of I they would play what they con !
existence," he charged. his plan. "That organization j Mexico City was a decided flop. head coaching job at Colgate.
thousands of sea trout each year around such points as Cocoa. Oak I "High salaries can break up any sider the most promising schools in talentin the has deteriorated into a I The gross receipts Just about; 'I Larkins tackle alongside Fester -

Hill. Tltusville. etc. Remember to bring in some of the big ones and he added. their respective booking office for some 75 or 80 I equalled Louis' $ O.OOO guarantee: at Ohio State said Wes was

enter them In this fishing contest before closes at midnight on the league. i game. professionals and is operated for : while Godoy was guaranteed $10-. their first and only candidate for
last day of February Griffith at the same time told Umpires out of the Florida their special benefit with little I 000 Frederick W. Logan, club-, the job.
the circuit's: directors the responsibility State League's umpire school will thought given to the men who I house custodian who spent all except ., I

Bluefish may be hard to get, after the present weather moderates rested with them to officiate the game with Pres. Al make their tournaments possi- 10 of his 67 years working Greenberg To Sign

-M bring in the bines anglers, and have them weighed at "keep the game clean. Combs of the league and other ble." I for the N. Y. Giants and N. Y

the Sears Roebuck store where Walter Heard is in charge of. the club directors observing their Yankees died yesterday J o ; Contract TodayPITTSBURGH
"Above all keep the game work. Asked to explain the differencein
fishing contest. clean he said, "You owe it to I a golf pro and a pro golfer. I Baksi London will meet Mar.Bruce 25 Woodcock th.: I [I'PI Sources
in on provided <
Bluefish caught in the vicinity ol where Sebastian Inlet used to the; citizens of your respective Killmsworth grinned and replied: English champ is not injured ii 1 '' close to the Pittsburgh Pirate

be-alwayS a popular hangout with Central Florida fishermen who communities to do everything in Eustis Slates i I "A professional golfer is a man his Mar. 3 bout with the French' office Greenberg said, last 1946 night major that league Hank

frequent salt water;-well, these fish had best be weighed freshly your power to keep baseball open :: I who Is particularly good at the man Stefan Olek. |, home run kinewould sign his
and too to work for
: President game lazy a
caught at Wabasso. where Harry Cole who is official weighmaster in above board and beyond any sug- i, Curtis Sheppard. tabbed by Jacl" 1917 contract with the Pirates
living. A golf professional is
of a man
that territory is authorized to weigh fish for the contest. Cole is atCole's gestion of dishonesty. Branch Rickey, left, who Ions the itself and Dempsey as the No. 1 heaV'Weighlchallenger. t I today probably for $55,000 ort
Griffith's dinner talk highlighted Dodgers speaks very confidentiallyto I Minature Card game predicts hell knock ou
Texaco station Wabasso. 60000.
makes his living the hard '
Commissioner Happy Chandler way I''
II the directorate's monthly ; I Jimmy Bivms in their 10-roum
.. In New York. Could be about Leo running a golf club"FSHSA
meeting.The scrap Feb. 17 Robert W. Gill STARS.nLDCATS WINd
"Mack bass fishing has not exactly Improved daring the cold Durocher In Hollywood. i.1
dlredo' SN'Ciol to Th Sunday SntJnelStorlEUSTISThe ] son. member of the sports stat The Shooting Stars defeated the
voted to con-
weather, but black bass fishing will be better as a result of the cold. first annual Mid- Official for 10 years at Colgate was ,
Club basketball
classification | Tigers. 18-8, in a Boys -
Capt. C. D. Anderson up at Welaka, at Doc LaFever's Fishing Camp. tinue last year's player Winter Open Miniature Auto : i tine coach yesterday The '4'7' game yesterdaY. The Wildcats -

looking for "plenty of 12-to-14 pounders during balance of Febru- rule, calling: for a mini- Shot Wins Race, which is expected to draw Local Heads '!Florida Press Golf Assn. tourna. i! trimmed the Red Devils 23-8,
rookie players on
ary." This is an authorized weighing station in the Orlando fishing mum of Long about 120 entries from all over the I' ment will be played at Bradentoi 1 : Ina second game that leaves the

contest by the way and Welaka Is. as nearly every one knows per- each of the circuit's eight clubs. nation will be staged here Feb. Meet Mar. 30 The '47 Western Opei} !'! Shooting Stars and Wildcats tied

haps the finest place in the whole world for catching lots of very large Bill Summers veteran American 22-23 under sponsorship of the WednesdayWhat I Golf Championship will be helc 1 for league leadership with threer

black bass. Welaka is not far north of DeLand. February is usuallythe League umpire sent here to Eustis Chamber of Commerce and I Is to become of the affi- at the Salt Lake City Count; wins and one loss each

best fishing month, for big ones,there too. conduct ,the league's experimental. Oldsmar Feature the Eustis Miniature Race Car liation between the Orlando High Club Aug. 28-31 .

tuition-free umpire school reported Assn. i School Athletic Assn. and the Reaction to Rocky GrazUno's into 14-club conference
The Oakland Fishing Dock on Lake Apoplta Is one really progress: of the school at Over $500 in cash prizes have suspension bv the N. Y. Boxing League a
I I is being considered Bill Yeeck
good spot for fishing, out at Lake Apopka. There are boats and the meeting. OLDSMAR TAP] A 50-1 long been put up for winners in the I Ii determined: Commission has varied with New 'Cleveland Indian prexy. has requested -

bait and an it takes-and plenty;of bass and perch in the vicinity, Summers said he was confidenthe shot came through a winner in various events. ''yette Golden executive secretaryof Jersey's boxing: head recommending city heads to form legislation -

including some big ones. would be able by next Saturday the first race at Sunshine Park i' The miniature cars weighingless the Florida State High School his State "cooperate"with I to stop gambling at baseball

to select a staff of nine um- yesterday to help make up the than 10 pounds each and I' Athletic Assn. will come to Orlan- :New York and r nn5yl- : games The sixth annual State
and 16
By the-way speckled perch entries have been few so far thoughso pires for the league that would I averaging between 14 do to confer with Association officials vania's ring czar expressing :shuffleboard tournament will beheld
meet the loop's requirements. daily double combination which inches long frequently do more and high school representa opinion that Graziano has been I nt Beach Feb. 12-14
mapY bass have been entered to date that many entries are now Daytona
out of the running. Why not bring in the big perch? Seven c& hp "I'm absolutely sure of seven of I'I paid off $1,717.50.Midget I than 100 and miles are per proving hour in popular com- tives.William punished too severely The I. Lewis W. Newton, former Sy-
the nine men right now," he said. Store the 50-1 outsider. petitions R. Boone OHS principal Washington Redskins have racuse U. tackle has been appointed *
L) prices are offered on perch alone. : performers on the 70-foot l-24th said the
meeting between signed John Hart 6'5" U. of Detroit
told ,
= At the same time Summers paid $102.70 In the first race. In assistant grid coach at Syra
After the present weekend checkup standings In this big : I mile tracks. Golden and the Association wouldbe tackle.
on the directors they must cooperatewith the second half of the daily double cuse.

Statewide fishing contest; will be made and published in this col the umpires to avoid last I I' Snark Ess. a 7-1 choice, won, to i! Ocala Given Top held building in the at Chamber 8 of Com- Lou Groza Cleveland's place

umn. Some exceptionally fine entries are expected to arrive in year's turbulent umpiring disturb- pay 1660. i merce pjn. kicking tackle is the official scar Air Conditioned For ComfortT

the malls. Monday and Tuesday. ances and "because the eyes of One Up copped the featured Rating in Tourney ing champion of tht All-Americi a .

Cold weather may be hard on the crops-but it's great stuff for the baseball world will be on this f $1,200 Gasparilla. Assn. purse. Ii GAINESVILLE API Ocala i iI 4 Past Champions Enter Football Conference by virtue o: T Chairs Manicurist Assures Also Rapid Available Service:
league this season" because of the Smiling Lass led most of the number' making good 45 out of 47 conversion .
fishing, ladies and gentlemen. Tls an ill wind that blows no good. High School was seeded Daytona Race Field
experimental umpire school. but fell behind to become I B attempts and booting 13 of 21!9 EOLA BARBER SHOPA.
way Three Class
least in the Group
Anglers at are benefittlng from the cold weather. one
i an also-ran. State Basketball Tournament to I DAYTONA BEACH [AP) Ber- I field goals for 84 points Re L. DicUnsoa. PropOrl&lIdo'
nard Campanale of Pomona, Cal. organization of the America .

T Still I The winner paid $8. $5 and I be Feb.held 27, 28 in, March Jacksonville 1, at a meeting Beach : only two-time winner, and three I'' Football League a minor leaps e 22 E.only Washington air-conditioned SLAT shop
Valan Farcry Set Season'sMarks Trippi j i $3.40. Robert E. Lee was second and other past champions are enteredin affiliate of the National Footbal 1
and Golden Legend took the show here yesterday of the coaches the American Motorcycle :
officials of the 12 schools in the
spot in the one and three-six-
Assn:s national champioaship
Grounds I teenths mile event. group. beach and road races the I
at on ocean
Exposition Likes Atlanta Ketterlinus (1St. Augustine was .
course here Feb. 2223. THE
placed second in the seedings.
Farm's I
[API Calumet
Babe Tancrede of Woonsocket.
ly DAVID [PIGGIE] FRIEDMAN Fletcher the host school for the I
I mighty Armed a 4 to 5 favorite,
R. I., the 1940 titleholder; Eel'
[Trie Sunday Sentinel-Star Harness Horse ] tournament third and Gaines-
ATHENS Ga. tAPl Charley won the $5,000 Florida handicapat Kretz of Monterey Park. Cal.. 1937 !
r Fast workouts by two-year-olds from the Arden Home- Trippi. Georgia's All-America Hialeah yesterday for his sec ville High School. fourth.* I i. winner and Rody Rodenburg of i WALK OVER SHOP

stead Stables and by a five-year-old pacer from Baker halfback and muchly sought after I ond straight victory of the year PERRY tAPl The North Florida Indianapolis 1936 winner, are I

Acres'Stable were the highlights of the-week's training at as a professional baseball player, !I while a long shot. Sylvia Dear, Conference Basketball Tourna- among the early entries for the
said yesterday he would sign captured the $10,000 added Co- ment will be held In Perry next I 1947 derby.A .
the half-mile track
at Florida Livestock Exposition lombiana
Wednesday to play with Atlanta handicap. Thursday Friday and Saturday. 100-mile novice race will be
grounds. fa of the Southern Association. I Armed won by a good half A. H. Wentworth principal of Per- run on the beach road track Sat-
Trainer Harry Pownall of Ar- Trippi who recently signed a I length over Dan Chappell's Lets i
ry schools and president of the urday, Feb. 22 and the national
den Homestead Stables drove the $100,000 contract: to play profes- Dance. Arnold Hanger's Argentine, conference announced yesterday 200-mile championship for expert
pacing colt Valan mile in sional football with the Chicago I Pujante. was a close third.
a Taylor County High School is drivers is scheduled the followingday.
3:34: %, last quarter In :3.% and o > N Cardinals did not disclose. the Cosmic Missile was second and seeded first in the tournament. .

the trotting colt. Farcry. a mile. .; terms offered him by Cracker Grillette third in the Colombiana. being the present title-holder and ,
In 2:34. the last quarter in :36. President Earl Mann other than 1 having dropped only one confer- LYONS SIGNS UP

These workouts represent season to say they were "the same ones I ARCADIA Calif. API) El LobO. ence tilt. Madison, seeded second NEW YORK IAP1 Al Lyons a

records for their respective ages we discussed several weeks ago." owned by Stuart Hamblen of Los has one victory over the Perry five right-handed pitcher, signed a
and gaits.Harry He said he planned to go to Atlanta Angeles won the $50,000 San Antonio but lost an earlier game to the 1947 contract with the New York
Fitzpatrick :Baker Acres s Wednesday at which time Handicap yesterday before locals. Yankees yesterday.

Stable trainer drove the fiveyearold the formal papers would be signed.He 53,000 fans at Santa Anita Park. 1- -- 1 =

pacing gelding March: Heir, a added that he would be a

mile in 2:19ft. last quarter. ;32tt. & candidate for an outfield berth Browns Buy Hitchcock
the best time turned In by any with the Southern Association

age or gait at the track this sea champions. He played shortstop From Washington
son. and the outfield with the Univer- i
FeUewlBi ors _k..u from th. .....s- sity team here. ST. LOUIS [API Purchase of Ate'a
Ma .liable man are '''o-7.. -.hl trotter Shortstop Billy Hitchcock from YI
Bl u otaerwi* poctried. Humbert
in parenthesis Indicate ate- }. KRAMER IN FOLD the Washington Senators for an
ARDEN HOMESTEAD STABLE ST. LOUIS [API Righthander undisclosed sum was announced .t
Th various member trained la !!s.
Proved fora. Trotter Marco Hanover <3> Jack Kramer mainstay of the St. yesterday by the St. Louis Browns.
worked la a:23-34*. Beatrice Eaaover (S) Louis Browns' pitching staff last Hitchcock 28 played 101 games
la J:28.-35*. Oal Dean! (3) and America II IIS
B Ballard <3) IB. 2:21"10-:32.. Waiter season with 13 victories against 11 for the Senators last year and hit 0
Bcwneer C4> U 3 3<--.34. Titaa Banoverl defeats: has signed his 1947 con- .210. O

ta JS9:la -1.2S\4-:33'W..34 sad Mighty Scots Neat Guard trained! (3)a tract, the club announced yester 1
aartor. la .40 Th latter lour norm day. CRACKERS BUY TWO
trained early IIIh.. week. and weather
ATLANTA rAP Purchase of
oa.I a tr.1JI1q for ru floes
:, A d: HARRY FITZPATRICK BRAVES OPTION PATTON Ben Sterner second baseman, and

SEN *".I.T "T"L .... sets training pace BOSTON [API The Boston Pitcher George Diehl from Louis-
Trainee sea White ana Bla .OB, U1DSOB. :Braves yesterday sent Third Base- ville of the American Association.
trained thlr .7e.I_ UoeIrW' ..ar- omU B7 ".eon: Poplar Volo. S 41-35.
ter at the end of their slow mile last Poplar FDR. 3:42-:35. Kiseo Dal*. Bctrctefe man Gene Patton on option to was announced yesterday by Earl
.**rtr time' ar* U louses Madison I uartw In 33 H, .Mcend, a rest their Milwaukee American Association .' .Mann president of the Southern 1t
Ranotcr. 36hi"' Ames Beet :31 t4: Judt trick.. Trotttr workouts: Arnold Hanorer.
Moor. -rm. last ichth. :111"V4. Dtanas 137-:35. VoloDtuous 2.38--JS.. B fast Farm Club. Association Atlanta Crackers.
,. .M. Kibblemtte :M-4. Bright Cur trick Rollo 2'42-:36. Dr. Ualone. 2'42.- I
U9 tad the put** flay Santa MU. JT. 38 5; and Highland Lassl and Whippet's
. "I'nlaar" X..POWNALL... ........U STABLE itchtly trained Chase a stretch quarter IB US. I
. fora Th eoa rtd Gold el) trained a Trainer C P. Chapocll trained the trotting g
handy mil ea the trot la 2:2S.-:33 Vi.whll ; colt. HlltowD (2) B quarter In :40 RIGHT 1 I
likrr HanoTrr (a> went IB'X:S&v._ the pacing colt Brodcriek (2). IB ::38M. COMBINATION f
:311\a.he Darer Kucadabl: (I) la 1:M- and N* M* Direct formerly Morris )(
:31. Mr Burch (2) worked a quarter la Direct IB :31 V.. and trained the aced I
:41K .ad Steele Ba ao... (2 a curter member ot his stable B mil IB around OF STYLE AND COMFORT. .
ID :{7" ISOTrainer -
BAKE ACMES STASIS Harry Prl worked Merry Abbe
Trainer Ham rttipttrkk end Mi ..- (2) B quarter In :38Vi. Rocklind: (2) B
Utat. Clyde Crtppra, worked the tied quarter IB .424. OUT Happy Thoufht tt> cars are still scarce. For a reasonable price you can I
members of the stable to Improved form.OUK a mil In 2:33-:31; and Gremlin -1:1). It's safer far these tees0lr
this table U headed for the Hollyood -- 1.3e.-:31. have a new motor installed in your present car and add 3c LOAFERS are the number one choice of men everywhere -
Calif. Park Rae. Meeting starting Trainer Fiord Btnnis worked the converted First, ,oar tires are for a casual shoe. Easy to slip Into easy to
April 11 for U days ot racinc. Work- Katherine Tipton (8). on the trota many months of pleasant, trouble free service to its life. Safti-01ecbd skilledfor wear you'll find pleasing foot comfort In them. The
o.U for the mile: Spring Glower (3) aad handy mUe In a 3S :35 by
Prim Minister <3>. 2 37+J6. Oraad Pared I Owner C B. McKetuie told the three- Read our offer below and act quickly. .We have a few best selection of loafer styles we'Ve. ever had Is
<3>. >.2 i.-:34: Alder (s*. 231: -:35. I rear-old trotter McKenzie Kioc. sired br inspecton sooadnoiof available now.
and the pacer Eddie Hanover O>. J34i Career Hanover, Dam Stella to E J, B.hr.MeK..Ule new motors at present but they are also scarce and difficult cord body second
-:3.\ and Army Hal (3). 231-:34ViBalane Kung will be campatined In California ; ,
ol the stable la being lightly with the balance of the Baker e i aeSra-aecked Styles to suit your taste soft flexible like
to The motors brand they forbidden
trained. : Acres Stable The ones ot the transaction secure. we are offering are a slipper, or ruggedly built like a shoe.
MATCH ILL STABLEOwntr was not dlTulted. defects third two
new. Not rebuilt motors. ; ,
W. R. Leatherdal worked his TRACK NOTES
Rateaell-tralBed pacer Blue Asla O) a i Veteran "Trainer Ben F. Whit celebrated w tread rubber. Sart. $6.95 to $9.95
handy mil la 2:2H.-J4.! other mil his 73rd birthday last week. !
vorfceuU- Pacer C. D. PrInce <4) ta Owner John Prigs will turn ever ta decked: BO make su! itm
*.3TV -.34; Rt>e. Bcavver tal. 2:94-3O. II Trainer Tom Berry hi* trotting mare W. will furnish and install a brand motor in .
2 I new any \ theme bid
sad Oration Chief Ill :M-:M Trotter Scarlet Scot. 203Vi. to be campaiinedKI. qaa1ity- I
B J. (3) and MaeDuff (7> Both worked Summer
la 2.34--34 H. Betty R H. O3 la J.33SU1U .- i TRACK VISITORS Plymouth car. 1935 to 1947 models Inclusive: for: wed im new tires; -ally.. PINE TREE MOCCASINSMany
and icaola <7'. 2'3:34'0.TOM I I Florida IJTesiork ExposltinB: trark vial-
SLUT: STABLE: tart last week included Tom Gahasaa.Indianapolis. your are SaftiChecked -
Out at Bemiaol Drlnnl Park. Trainer veteran. 'irf writer. Carl
Tom BarrY worked his two>*ear-old members MeTard! Sparta. Wis: George R. BrrUa.Knos. so make sore the. men prefer these Instead of house slippers.

tote la easy Impress with the thxeo-rear-olda.perforaMace. WortFISHING He I*- Harry. Oee.Pa.. Robert Warsaw.Gust NT.in. Lambeth.and Mrs Court Out; i 04 job is sip to Fircstoecstandards. Yes you can wear them in the yard or on the street!!

Smith Warsaw, N. T: J. H Nicholson. I I $245 bJgh They're made to take itl!
Palm Harbor Pla : Mr. and Mrs. O W, COMPLETE
Rork. Sorrel QuebecMr and Mrs. Del! in
PARTY Miller Clemcon S C.: R Mace. WaterMill Made in Mains they're

BOAT bury.U Mass I. ;N.Mr T.; Bad T. W.Mrs Watkins A. C. Ames-Bean. [This Includes motor and InstaUation genuine moccasin

Brant Lake N. T; A. J. Dot and M R. sturdy supple hand-
OX LAKE APOPKA Dies'. C. S. Willis and George lone Mew
K.ssm New Cabin Cruiser Brunswick Canada: Mr. and Mrs R. CoI I a p sewed by experts. have
ait-Tackfe Funtnhvd. I.f.rwatie.-- Alexander. Charleston 111.: W. L. Rhodes. These motors can also be Installed ta other Chrysler, made 1 the finest orthopedicsole
RmnratiM Alp, PkMM 44M. Char" R. ... Williams. W. .. Taylor-all prominent
tw FiMu ......ce. ..0. Bw 3724. horsemen-from Et Petersburg M products. Dodge cars and Dodge pick-up trucks models 1935 that will stand
Orlaa4.. FIA. Taylor. West W.r...,... B. 1... and B. 1LJudd. to 1940 cars and 1935 to 1947 pick-up trucks. Our price for the moisture.
Bethel. eo.... motor and installation In the other type cars and trucks men- S70

tioned is the same.Arrangements .

UNDERWATER PLUGCatches I $5.95 ;
Trout. Snook and Bass. C
I be made the above
Easy to throw. Nice action. can to finance cost

BASS BUCKTAIL I at low monthly payments. STORE HOCKS: ':31 A.M. to S.M P.M.

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\. ,Page 8 Mir Snnbag !'rnuiul- ;txr Orlando, Florida, February 9, 1947 j P tpm- aDkow Railway 275 so? Ole present-oar national j :Mr. Truman said he has writ
miles southwest of Peipmg. Urges "
peril -heart disease. j ten aQ Governors requesting their

: Foremen Back FDR's Scottie Contributes 303, Americans continuing Desultory on fighting that was railway reported yesterday U.S. To War On The President-also proposed continued cooperation.The .

approximately 50 miles another highway safety confer- Stars and Stripes was first
'Fala's/ Papers' to Library southwest of here. Heart DiseaseWASHINGTON ence here in June to appraise I authorized as the American flag
Y progress from last May's meeting. by act of Congress June 4, 1777.

Pay Bid Rapped HYDE PARK, N. Y. [AP] Fala the moppish little Leave China I Reich Industrialist IUP1 Pres.Tru-

black Scottie who was the late President Roosevelt's inseparable i man yesterday caned on Americans 1 AUTO BODY WORK

; BALTIMORE IAP1 Federal companion has contributed to the Roosevelt FEIPINO API The first 303 Aids Held for Plunder to fight heart disease a na- re: PainCnF-Fen Ca rim-w.ex. n.LuutrmisemsJet
Judge William C. Coleman yesterday library the "Fala Papers," a whimsical collection of let- Americans from defunct executive j i NUERNBERG l rjDPl Friedrich tional peril which he said will kill PlAne Spry Wilxmg. Wgrk done promptly Ol;
;M experts at lowest
characterized "downright
ters, Christmas cards and gifts sent the his 400,000 possible {prices.
dishonesty" an attempt by about doe while ad- truce headquarters here sailed Flick. German industrialist. and I persons this year.
180 foremen to collect overtimepay dress was the White House Wash 4 from Taku for home yesterday four of his assistants were indicted Mr Truman said that althoughthis S-PONTIAC ,
ington. D. C. I a W. COLONIAL\ .
Shipyard from Inc.Bethlehem-Fairf. under the Federal It is a voluminous file coveringthe aboard the Army transport Gen. yesterday on charges of war country was spared many of PHONE Z Bit
Fair Labor Standards Act: period from November 1940 William Weigel. I crimes against humanity and the the ravages of war the national
The suit by the foremen has to the Autumn of 1944 and consists Nearly 1,700 others are to followat plunder of industrial properties in health is nevertheless imperiled by
mostly of letters written by countries overrun by the Nazis. "the increased tempo" of modern
of the widespread but few
some aspects intervals a are expected -
"portal-to-portal pay" claims adults in the name of their dogs. The indictment was filed witha life adding: ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR CO.
to be transferred to
j brought by workers under the act. There are notes from pooches Nanking United States military tribunal. ". I appeal to all my countrymen 1t
Coleman said the U. S. Supreme in every State of the Union often where a U. S. Army advisory; mis- It was the first war crimes case to co-operate pith every 21 S. Porromore St. P..... t-eZ8t _,
: Court apparently had ruled in Its w I with copies of replies sent by the sion Is remaining. brought against Germany's indus- agency: and organization and I !Sleb' Phone $335RewindingRepair
"portal-to-portaP decision. that White House secretariat. Some of Implementing the United States trial leaders. I every individual doctor in fight- I
these literate decision to abandon mediation of --- -- I
"the day laborer la Incompetentto pups enclosed their s I and Service
'contract with the employer' pictures along with mash notes the Chinese civil war after more _
under the act and Is "a ward of others sent printed calling cards.A than a year. American field teams VENETIAN BLINDS
the nation." typical letter is one from i were coming into Peiping. Some ALUMINUM STEEL WOODS I Phase and 3 Phase Motors
Long Beach Calif. signed"Toper" already have arrived and 10 teams
Weeks Delivery
i :
The foremen contend they
due by Feb. 15.
: with an enclosed picture
spent than 20 cent of
more pet I
their time on labor identical to of the "written" Topsy offered Communist members of headquarters BROS. CO. A! Skilled Employees Guaranteed
to share a flower bed full Work
are to be flown by the ,
that of the workers they: supervised of bones.A TM W. SMITH ST. PHONE t-.9C3 i
and are consequently entitled Hantan on the
to the benefits of over dog named "Judy Taylor" -
time provisions In the act sent Fala a note signed with her ,
The company contends they paw mark. She pointed out that
were supervisory employes and 1940 when the note was written
not entitled to overtime.In was leap year and closed with.
"I love you."
1941 there were 24,000 U. S. A letter from a New York pup
War Department employes scat- confided to Fala "There has never
tered In 17 Washington D. C, really been a dog in my life." An-
buildings. other letter written directly to the O a
President from a man In New
York asked U he would "please -
consider my Mamie visiting Fala :8 1 : -
OLIN'S INC. for a short vacation." __
j One letter characteristic of
NEW, was from "Jarko" In
Pho-n' 2.48U Atlanta a beige colored peke

242 NOr**?* AT.fc&m .. who declared archly that "ev *
eryone says I am beautiful.
A picture of Fala's first Christmas -
shows the White House
Library fireplace with a long
stocking hung up for the Presidentand
a short one for FalL
'l'ATUE-This is a sketch of the
I There are about 65 million proposed statue of the late Gen.
t males of all ages in the U. S. George S. Patton Jr.. to be erectedat
population. I West Point. The statue by Dr.
Suzanne Silvercruys Stevenson of
New York will be of bronze witha
wQ ARROWHEAD SHOOTING black Belgian marble base.

GALLERYSomething (
tiiear or:" ,1 t AP CorrespondentHit ,

STAVES SUNOCO SERVICE> Wall and Court Different Streets in Hanoi
MM I COLOHUl OUVI ,wale a za
Condition CiticalHANOI tiI

ELECTROCAP sniper's bullet tAPl struck A Viet-Namese Associated ;h'i x:

rt -t te41EtedUe Press correspondent MichaelMoutschen ---
22, in the neck as bewas --- ------
accompanying French troopsIn
"Wfoet&ut a river crossing outside Hanoi
Thursday and doctors said his
condition was critical. The bullet
Injured his spine and caused a
severe throat hemorrhage.
RECAPPING I Moutschen: who served his native -
Belgium as an underground n Y x
fighter during the war.was awarded -
: IS THIS YOUR I the Croix de Guerre by French
government officials at the hos

; When the Viet-Xamese attack
7D-15729 was launched against the Frenchin : U' l

19 FLORIDA 47 Hanoi-on Dec. 19-1\louts- S J ;1 L& K ., -.-".-..-.. ', j
chen was forced M take refuge b
f No beat on the sideways off in a bakery: with eight French m ..vtv.Mt J.2I

so. you WIN one new you UIM... "Coctrocap" soldiers. I ;.
ELECTROCAP for your When a French tank stoppednear v r,
smooth tire. FREE Just is your guarantee of ...7 the bakery Moutschen
bring the smooth tire to us &SM of satisfaction I scribbled a report on the outbreakand
within 48 boon. the tank driver delivered it
to a radio station. It was the first
. news report on the outbreak to
. POSTAL TIRE SERVICEJeff come directly from Hanoi.
I :\
Williams Cliff Horning More than 1,800.000,000 poundsof -
100 W.WASHINGTON PHONE 8454 corn syrup were used in the a /
l "i
United States in 1945.

wtlw ML.M.t.., ana.1.ab wtr rr w.rir

I T i1 spells room aplenty-the ready-to-go Choose from two versions of the garage- ,

ME 1 poise? of four coils P inn 8 wheels ready handy SPECIAL-four of thelight-footed

to level the roughest roads into SUPER-threeofthegreat-heartedlloAf- .

yard smoothness. MASTER series.

f and In each you'll find a rich abundance of >
up now, good people, meet And
STEP in particular I mark down this:
fashion master of the new season. the things that make Buick America's

........',-. Not one smart model but nine will present most wanted automobile engines that
Here's Buick for 1947 style-wise, per- this fresh front to the world this seem to stay forever young, the match-

, formance-wise, quality-wise and value- season. less buoyancy of BuiCoil springing, the

wise the sweetest "buy" your dollars are spaciousness of great room, the feathery

going to find anywhere this year. Cars in three series three wheelbases handling of controls that are always

SEE MORE.in' and three price ranges give you a triple"obediently yours." 1.;4

Eye well that sparkling new grille barreled chance to know Buick size, ".

behind it you'll be plainly marked as Buick beauty, Buick ability when you Naturally-demand is going to be great;

strictly up to 1947 in your travel travel. a sweetheart like this is bound to bring

,, > standards. the suitors flocking.

So how about coming in-
r 1 Take in the tapering grace of long,
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" 194,7 AT LAST! Paper and (3) Inside are two half loaves, each half separately i!
machinery shortages wrapped; (4) When serving, open one half at a. .1
have been overcome. time the other half remains wrapped with all its f.
" ..r-" '' v + Southern Twin-Pack delightful oren-f resh fragrance sealed in for later use 3 Set'\le Halt, save Half-' 't
Bread is back again! Twin-Pack,with its many'exclusive features To get this timely bread-saving, thrifty All- "I I
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Sanford/ Farmers Market I Page 10 \ltr fi-tra&aa S'rnttnrI- 'tar Orlando, Florida, February 9, 1947I

: Stock leadersContinue 11 Closing Stock Quotations -'I J The following prices reported by ,

the dealers. on the Sanford State -

STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT s.sa ......... U 11% Ufa 12% Farmers Market for produce sold Obituarie ,

NIW TOOk tAPJ Sate*. closing. piles I P to truckers and dealers up to 12:01 I IR FRANK H. NUGENT Rep. DouglasHails
active YT60T.1&R.4..30: % 11% %
aM net chan. of the IS meet
: Rally stacks Y1Sr4YZC.mwith n_.* T K. .... a 59% 59% 59%' &.m. Feb. 9. 1941: .- Mr. Frank H. Nugent died Friday -
.V *M 22.3M-4 vs Yh.tk.t .......... 56% 35* its, Beans. green. bu hpr. $4.75- 5.00 -__ __ noon at his home 618 Anderson -
.. *. rap.e ........ II
Am Airline rAm a U3. 16% 11_ 4.00- 4.50 ..
Wsslsn 15.5OO-44'Ia 3VEourt > Beans. pole. hpr. b. St. He came to Orlando six
OW.JONES AVERAGES Off Bids u.2lll--Jtla '* Al Can Use .......... 14 39% n3', '%' Beets doZe bun. ..851.15 .: : *; c_ il UN Goal
NEW YOltK COW Std a K *4 W .-M .* sV* Oe. foooa ......... I 42% 42% 424 I Cabbage. 50-lb. 5%. 1.001.25 years ago from Iowa upon his retrement -
Stocks. Ooon Hiok L.C.... Net eh Am Pew 4V U lJ.Z01I5e. MO*B ben Motors ........ .565 64% 64be .. having been connected
M 14* 184.6 IS4.3 183.Tl 14.4 MB'7i Penn row Lt 12.100--21Vi no Han.e Pub LId ...... 62 .I/I% 16% 16% Carrots. 5-doz. crate .. 3.154.00 : -
_. rail S3.4S *3.*. S3.2S S3.41...... Unit M _> M U.JGO--1. u. VU t-iueuo oat A ..... S 31% 31% 31Vbuudnth. Carrots. doz. bun. .7080 Chicago Tribune for The United Nations General
IS Irtils JiM 3J.M J7.44- U.sl....... Pew 4. Lt. 11.1. lap Vi lbJ, ..... T 69% 68% 1" Cauliflower. L. I. crate 2.00- 2.75 _____ wt 2
Packard 10 MO-T-VPan Assembly has made a real start
6S stkt tun 07.27 M4M Mltuot.lt bo o>ear T A K ... 17 57% 67% 97% : years.
A mA.rw.r. 1V4O6-134 lip MtAlaska crate ...... .... 3.854.25
ajano*. Close Notch. Vi bnusofPalge Mot .. 305.*. 50% S% Celery He a Spanish War veteran towards world peace and "if old
_________ 1M... ._It Jim 11'-. "* m ...... 4.00 & I
40 ""cia Ward Sat ..TOO--18.* so /4eHik .
It 1st rail _. 112.M ic .2 .. ,rehuu.4 ... 12 36 36 36 a member of the Schily Camp of man war buried the other
11 Stt t.4O*-3ft VUnit Corp % % % Collards. doz bun. ..901.00 i
*o4 elf .on'"
It rail u Onus Auc La ...... I
Corp I.iI0-.4.* *>. S 2b% 25% 2634 I
tt.l* ___-__-_ 107.10 off 0-03 bull Mob 4: Utuo ... 4 i4j 14 14 Eggplant bu. hpr. 3.504.00 ) Chicago. common goals of mankind will be
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1*Transaction",cia ____-_i._._(_tack___use. 104* in.73 averaoosyesterday sc '02 Paw; TORE: (AJ') New York .lock hall bull UU ........... 9 63 63% 63%. Lettuce. crate. dry pack 3.004.00 / : Besides his widow, Mrs Helen wit sight Rep. Helen Gahagan

1 rai... 34,78O, Law UtACFBnll H 50-lb. sx _. .._ 1.001.25 ; of California declared last
Industrial SS.4OO' He* Hit' H&nschkB ...... 4 !a38; 38 Onions. on. R. Nugent, he survived by one
.tHitM*. S..--totat, IM.7SO. Mot ..... 101. lOt 10 i.Ax Ha).. Mlg ........ 'r 8'% B% "% Onions. doz. bun. ...____. ..65.75 i I night in a repor on the United
Miss Charlotte
MARKETS AT A GLANCE a..t- o. ..... 38% 3* 3$% llaBUStaas Ml* .... 27 4O% 38% 4O% Peppers, bu. hpr. ,.__..... 6.006.50 daughter, Nugentof Nations at te Orlando High
HoM_ Oil ....... 14 19% 19 19 Orlando two Mrs. w.1
% sisters C.
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KXW YORK (API Alaska Junes ....103 6% 5''%" 6 Hudson Mvtvf ..... 14 2O% IS5. 20 Potatoes Red Bliss '1 '

Stocks: Steady. favorites withstand AUefhaay Cup ..... SO; 5% 514 5% 50-lb. SX. B.s & A'S 2.903.50 Diesel, Chicago, and Mrs. Victor I Agreement on principles of disarmament '

profitcashingBonds.. Narrow, lower priced rails $4- Al tAco a UT* .... I IT* 179 17. Ullauu Ceatral .... 12 29%' 29% 29% Radishes 5-doz. hpr. 2.002.25 << Ward Mobridge, N. D. I' was the first big pointin I
A1luMl| IS it 2571 itAm lateilala: Iran ...... 315 13% 13%"
.aacL Cotton: : Strong; abort covering la October Airliaes .......212 JOli 04k'! lOliAai lav llartestar ..... 7.1 81 81 Squash. yellow bu. hpr. 6.50-10.00 7r services be held paring the way for harmonious
contracts. Value B>4 ... 11 TH TS TW tat hid' Va" ..... 22 36% 30%" 3034 Sweet potatoes, bu. hpr. 2.002.50 Feral w I transaction of the various businesses -
T CHICAGO* ACcg&Fdy ..... 5 S4M S4Vi S.ViAm lat Paper ......... 22 41'% 50*, 51% 40-lb. crate 9.00-10.00 ; Monday afternoon at 2 clock facing the Assembly and
Wheat Strong: deferred contract hit 4YogPes.,3' C% '. 6% lal Tel A Tel .... 24 17% ibis 17 Tomatoes 4tt.: from Eiselstein.Wigginton Home : laid the groundwork
Stew seasonal highs. AkPP2pl.3i: 25Vk 24fe. 25 Tomatoes lug No quote .v I for world

COra Firm good cash demand.Oau Am LocomoU.* ..... 12 2S* 25 H 29% Jch&Mc..iI1. ..... 3 16U& 136% Turnips doz. bun..75- for Funerals, with the Rev J. T. security, Mrs. Douglas said.
: Strong; shortcoveringHogs. Am Pew U ....122 IS* 1S4* 15% Jesc.OLhuc4.,54 ii 38% 48% ) I She however, that the
Nominally steady ouotablg top ARc4 6lS..4& 165 16% 161.An K Turnips. bu. hpr. ........ 1.25 : Dingley ofciati. Interment will stes.

'2600 BU Fdn ...... S .7 3ft% 36kAai Kan: City South .... 18 28% 27% 28% Grapefruit. box ...____..._ 1.75 ,- be in Cemetery utcharge -I U. S. disarm as it did

CattlE nominally steady. au.u Ref ..... 1 44b "Y 44;. Kenaecou Cop ..... 15 49% 49% 49'* Oranges box ,........_.. 2.00 of Charles Lovell I after World War x, but should
AM 'Tel Td ..... C 172% 1T2% 172% "get Co ........ a 46% 40% 46% ._ 1.35 1----J cmp' maintain the strength
box .. .____, necessary
NEW YORK lAP American 8.Licleds. Tangerines No. Spanish War .
Alt To* B ......... 3 82(4( *2 02Am : 18. to achieve
Woolen again was a strong spoton "i..,.,.* ....... 7 S7ii S7(4 S7>iAM Wit .kf ...... 80 1S% 18% 15*. Lehiga C ft ..... b 11). 11,. 11* system of disarmament in whichwe
the stock market yesterday.adding AM Woolea .......1SS 444, 42 44% LltMJ-r bias ..... 1 58* 58* 58* Eggs and Poultry Mr. ARTHIR BUTLER 1 join must include adequate

3 1-2 at 44 1-2 in further Aaacmd Cop...... 27 41% 41% 41% Libby, Me*. L ... 16 10r 10* to;* JACKSONVILLE APt> These elf and lire Mr Arthur Butler, 74, of Rt. 2, safeguards and clear enforceable
reflection of record earnings. Armour Co.. ... IT 14. 14% 14% Ufgclt Mj 8.... 1.2 82 82Loubeed poultry Quotations are Jobbers' irerage: Orlando. died at his home Saturday ,
Aud Dip GowU .... 4 lIlt 19% 10% Au ...... 5 19% 18% 19% selling, prices sanctions against violations
Coca-Cola also was up 3 1-2 at Atch T 8F ........ T 96% 96% ,9b% Loews lu ........ 29 26% 26 26% Florida nearby fresh f'tfn: (Florid or atfer a brief illness Mr Butler I
161. Norfolk & Western three at AU Cout Liu ..... 2 SB S* 58 Lonliud IP] ...... a ao.. 20% 301 rj s rradeftfe minimum weights per case: was a tile setter and had been "The objectives common to all
2 3-4 at All RrhaiBf ....... I 381. 38U 3$. M Jumbo 52 138.. extra Isrce 48 Ibs. lam Orlando resident for 28 years. men peace people and prosperity _
243. Homestake Mining ....... Mac Tracks ...... 4 lath 45 Ibs. medium 40 lb... small 34 Ibs. a
AUu Cor> 3 25% 24% 25AnatwB. 56% 56 56*" I
40 '1-2. .Eastman Kodak 1 3-4 at Cory ..... 62 7% Tie 7% Macy IKHJ ....... 11 40% 59% 40% minimum: weiibts per dozen as shown be- I j I coming here from Youngstown. O can b realized through the

S Union Carbide.1 1-4 at 98 S Manae Mldlsad... 2 8% 10'I., lowAH I He is survived by his widow. Mrs, tinted Naton The UN i the
to retailers.Egt
232. sales
.... .
3-4. Eastern Air lines 1 1-2 at HaM Loco ......... 85 34% 24 24Uiialt .Jtanuall..anaa1.J wld....... 8 1 31 33%. 34.33% 333.MuI4.VD1 33).. market. bout steady on Florida BOXER AND FKIEND-Dolores ughton, 4, hugs a friendly dog, Mar Lee Butler; a son. Herbert; force enativn *? life
Ohm ...... 49 16 ( 16, nearby whites. against destruction
% 16(4 S. W. Walker and and
...... deathS"he
20. 3-4 and American Can 1 at 98. BanudaU Oil ...... C 24% 24. 24% MO-SLSB.Texas Pet ...... 5 i 37 7% 3 7% 37 7% Net' WC. Cur Mitt.Gr.de Jerico of Roanne German boxer owned by Joseph J. Lucas, at the i said.
% % % Alton Walker. both of Orlando;
Modest improvement was re- lIeU Am ......... 1C 17% 17 J7Beadia %; MoBlgua Maid, ..... 2i>> 64 63 64 ALarce Per DOL Per! Doll. Side trial
% _____________ 24 ox .55 North obedience in Chicago I I three step-daughters Mrs Wright, I
tamed by Commonwealth &; Avid------- .5 39% 39 351. Mumy Cvrp ...... 14 14? 14'% 14% Medium __._ 21 ox 48 I "I have seen the delegates a
., BeM tend* ........ 1 24% 24% 24>fcBeth N Bosh---------------:: : : : -- : : : :--- 18 o* :41 --- Mr. Essie Frye and Mrs. Allene whole a

Southern the day's liveliest performer 8 .el ......... 1 9$1% 97,% 98B Nsaa-all'iestor .... 1_ 19% 19% 19% Extra lane _______________ 26 os up SS Pope all of Orlando and one practicing understanding
; American Airlines, second .w-KM.. ......... 7 20" 20% SO 14" jiM AUIlDri ....... 24 15% 14* 15% Producers sales to wholesalers generally I and the virtue of co-operation in
_., AupI. .... T 20% 2O% lOIcHordi. s., Avis 1ib 13 14 U'tt' 1334 two cents less per dosen IT brother. Oates Butler Haworth a way I have never seen before.
most active: U. 8. Steel. Bethle ......... JailBreak Two Witnesses
Ce 5 43% 43% 43"vrc.Warau :kit Biscuit.IIII 15 32 31% 32 Producers sales direct to consumersGrade : England Today
hem. General Motors. Sears Roe- % ...... 14 49% 49% 49%; >st Caa .......... 11 13% 13%" 13% A Per Doz in Cartons services will be held we are on the right road.
Ward American BrmnU Airw ...... 27 13% 12% 13<4 hat Caw Reg ..... 12 40'%! 4O'%! 40% Lane _____nnnnh h 24 os .60 I Feral The message we are sending out
buck. Montgomery
Brig life ........ > *0% 39% 40% hal Hairy rrv4.... S 34% 3H. 34% MedIum _--_--__----.__--_ 21 os .54 frm Carey Hand Chapel from here to the world is a
Telephone. Anaconda. Dome Badd Co ........... 20 14% 1414'1... Ast JIuou era ..... 27 21'%! 21% 21% Small _-_nunnnn_-_ 18 os 43 Tuesday at 4 pan with the Rev. of confidence "message
Mines. Great Northern and Southern Bulota Watcm ..... S 38 37% 3* Nat Gypsum ....... 14 25 24% 24* Extra Ian __ -___uunn_ 26 ox np 65; Plot FoiledSPRINGFIELD. Lilienihal Robert Blackburn.officiating The and hope, she
BurUBf Mlllt ...... 13 20%. :20. SOVi, Aat Lawi .......... C: 35 34% 34% quality per pound: Rap I quoted from the closing speech of ,
Pacific. Bun Add Mack .... 14 15% 15% 15%( ZI&PVWSLI. ...... 28 1% 1% 1%" Sales to retailers PRODUCERS Sales: to Con nmers i interment in the Greenwood Cemetery Assembly Pres Spaak, adding:

Losen Included Santa Fe.Pennsylvania C .Ntwpon blast .... 1 32 .
32 32
% % % Live Dres Live Dres d "The General Assembly
Calil PacUaf 8 29H 29% 29HCalUham
Railroad Southern N Y Central KB ... 64 21% 21% 21% Florida raised A Dra'n & Dean
HI tAPl Sang- WASHINGTON IAP1 Sen Mc- with
Z l ad ...45 3 3 3% more agreement
% %
among na I
>\ Chi A at L .... 3 94* 93% 93% Fryers 2-3 Ibs33 .52 .40 60 REV. W. K. ANDERSON
Railway Northern Pacific Cm* IMry G Ale ..... 10 17% 17% 17'% ;No A_ Aiiatwa .... 11 10% 10 10% Broilers under amon County jail inmates have I Kellar [D-Tenn 1 presented two, THE ton than at time since the
,Texas Co. Goodyear da Pont C.." Paaha ..... 52 14% 343. 14% Aorth Anwr Co .... 7 32% 32 32% 2 lbs ___ __ 35 52 40 69( The Rev. William K. Andern the an.
Carrier Corp ...... 11 18% 18% 18% .55 proved their ineptitude (11 as witnesses yesterday who testified
Itonbera Pacdie ... 35 22% 22% ;22'!, Hens heavy breeds .28 .48 .39 only. son of Mrs. -
I and Philip Morris.In c... [JI] Co........ 14 39 38% 38% Ohio Oil ........... i 23% 23:% 233., Hens light breeds 24 41 Jl 47 'I I Wiliam The answer of Warren G Austin -
((21) paperhangers David E. Lilienthal and the
CtUn.il Trader .... 1 64 64 64 :19 3024 35 I choristers. as that campaigned derson of Winter chief
Parker Pen stif- VI. UU ............ 5 :23 23" 23 Old roosters I delegate to
the Curb Cel....e Carp ...... 23 21 2O% 20%( Umaibua Corp ..... 1 12'. 12% 12)* New York dressed (feather! off and bed): and (f31 as jailbreakers. ; actively for the chairmanship I late Bishop Anderson. died Friday the Aerica
fened on an extra dividend. Ahead Ceat ,...d" ...... 4 13% 13% 13S OU. Lfevauir\ ...... 3 31* 31'% 31%! Fryers and broilers to retailer .42: to co_- at Nashville Tenn I<, Ambly. opening
Northern States Power 'AP Ce,.. d. Puc* .... T 34'% 34 34*, 0.,.. lll ". .. .... a 79% 79% 79% ,sumers 49, Sheriff Meredith Rhule said of the Atomic Energy Commission i ia's Molotov on the
were Born New York
Sales to wholesalers by producers (en- in City April I
t:ltaia-Trd Prad a 20 19% 20 question of the
American Cyanamid and Electric ...... P erally two cents per pound lower for live yesterday he had foiled a second despite his avowal that he Anderson Security Council
16 27. Dr grad-
Clan & Ohw 53% &3% S3HCH .. <... A Lire ... 7 41% 41% 41% 1888. was Veto was the instrument of
Bond &; Share. Turnover here was 3t 8p ft: Pac ... 40 14% 1414% Pac r.. COBS ...... 4 5% 5% 5% I weifht I mass jailbreak attempt in three I, did his "damndest' to avoid the uated from Wesleyan University!- layIng -
Chi AW ........ 29 27% 27 27% a foundation for
Packard Motor ....110 T% 710. T LIVESTOCK assignment. haronou
360000 shares versus 280,000 last % CHICAGO in 1910 and from Union i
Chrriler Corp ..... 17 104% 103% 104 Psa Am Avwaji ...104 13% 12U% CHICAGO (AP (USDA) Salable hoes 500 weeks. I Jack Comer who referred to : Theologi-j|uture group, Mrs.
Saturday.. C.I.T. Fm a ...... t 47% 47% 47%" Parsm Pictures: .... JS 3O% JO SOli (estimated): total not civen: compared I Iweek The first attempt--via sawing cal Seminary in 1914 receiving his Douglas .
.......... himself as an East:; Tennessee:; sid."Ter
Favored stocks stepped up one Cocm-Colt 5 161 158% 161 I34ckUs.chCesU.. 8 4% 4 4% ago all barrows and rfilts as tell degree from Columbia I iI
Col( te-PalB P ..... S 48S o 48 48Col Park Uavis ........ 4 41% 40% 41 as sow 1.00 to 1 50 higher: : top 26 00 i the jail's bullpen bars to the accompaniment Hill-Billy and labor lawyer, maters 1913 while I .'a a gener sense of
to three points Monday on a turn- Fael *: Ir ..... 89 16% 16 16% ........ Mute ..... 13 13 12% 13 Salable cattle 500 (estimated: total not I I I backed up testimony of L. B. Bolt I University in sti: Assemblyafter
over of 1.360.000 shares. Mild irregularity COUM| G Q .... 84 11% 11., 11% renney [JCJ ....... 5 48% 47% 48% si'tn compared week ago, most classes of lusty singingbythe studying at Union, He Austins speech and all the
appeared Tuesday on Coml Credit ....... 7 47% 46% 47 Plan-Cent. Alii .... 34 14% 13 14% slaughter cattle lost a rood ebare of early I, jail's 16 occupants-was nip- Jr. that Lilienthal waged an active doctor of divinity degree from I nations
Cool BolTeaU ..... 5 25% 24% 24% Peam HR ......... 29 26% 26% 26 advance as week closed but neverthelessfinished ped Jan. 17.Yesterday.. campaign for the atomic appointment -I settled down to eight
1,340,000 shares. Motors exhibited CO..IOa Edit ..... S 32 32 strong to unevenly higher than' I Wesleyan in 1930. | weeks of hard
32 .... work
% Pep -o1a .... 23 30 29% 29'%! week: steers and yearlings in- Rhule said while while serving as chan- agreeing on
Com'with Soath ..2O3 4 4% 4 rtltur, tts. eo.. 8 'i1Ist : Dr Anderson was pastor of resolution "
58 after
strength. 53 l I
% % 58% yearling heifers 25 higher Instances of the Tennessee Valley resolution she
There.. a slixht overall adVance COB EdlKiB ...... 14 2514" 29 29 Phelps Oodg ..... 20 42% 42 42% SO ap; largely steer, and yearling I making a casual inspection of the ,I man prominent Methodist churches I explained
COB Vail** ...... 18 17%. IT 17% Phil !; 26 23 26 bulls and valets remaining jail he noticed section of the Authority. i
% % % run; cows I a Pittsburgh Butler and
Wednesday 1.180,000 Coat Bak ......... 24 19 18 19' Corp..6 JOhto1.Pa. Most encouraging factor
% %
on % Phrco 28% 28% 28 very scarce; canner cutter and common I in the
Coot Caa .......... 10 44% 44% 44% % 'I' beef cell s plaster wall near the ceilingwas Bolt was discharged last year .. and lI"as.
shares. Most pivotal stocks Philip Mom ...... 7 41% 40% 40% beef cows closed 25 higher cows operation of the from
I Coat Motor ...... 41 12'% 12%" 12% Phillips Pet ........ 5 57% 57% 57% I steady to 50 up: sausage bulls finished I wrinkled. as a TVA lawyer Comer said he of the Inter-Church World Movement the American Aemb.
slipped Thursday with 1,110.000 Coat Chi Del...... 5 39% 39% 39'. Prewd SU Car .... 17 15% % 1SS trong. but beef bulls lost 50-75 on late Closer examination showed the worked eight years for the TA in 1920. vew. I the
shares chanting hands. Cora Product ..... 3 7U% 73% Procter Cam .... 6 6334 t! 6334 I rounds: vealers held firm at 28 00 down: I of I'I democratic way in nations -
Cora bcl1&... ..... 2O 6O% 6O% 60% Pub S... M J ...... II 25 34 25 unusually active buying by killers in medium ; area was composed I before the Senate Since 1940 he as educational -I argued thenpoints
% They appeared serve
While special issues: swung up- Cr .. Co ......... 12 40 39V 4O p..u... ........... T 60 60 grade steer and heifer list curtailed paper which had been rubbed on director Methodist I on a
ward American Telephone devel- Crucible Staet ....... 11 34% 341 % 60% supply of thin and meaty stock cattle; below the section of the joint Congressional friendly constructive and
344Oarti Pure OU .......... 13 24% 23% 24 trade requirements and stockers the plaster until it absorbed General Conference Committee on baL
Publuhlaf ... 32 12 11% 12CuitiuWrifnt : committee on atomic energy The settled on the desires
oped weakness following reportsof closet* 25-50 higher at 1950-1750 ; general color scheme of the wall I ma
..... 57 6% 6% 614CullHammer .. Corp ....... 76 10 10%" 10% outside on yearling stockers 18 OO; Url'' Senators are weighing the qualifications -!-: Courses of Study in which work jority, Mrs. Douglas pointed
new financing. ..... 4 29% 29 29 Radio-K-Orph ....._ 34 1S% 15% 1S% fleshy Quality ate.with weight brought I: Beneath the papered section of Lilienthal. four other :: he directed the studies of young out
D R.l.gRa.d...... 6 4010. 39 a premium on slaughter account; I 'ministers Methodist very of countries
% 4O% throughout the
INVESTIGATE IEFOKE YOU lUll Deere *: Co ........ 13 40%" 39% 40. Bepub Ana ....... 33 8% 8% 8% steers 27.00. these average-choice the sheriff found the paster had choices of the commission. and represented have th
IM Had... ..... T 44% 43% 43*. xepub Steel ....... 98 30% 29'30% I rados scaling 1147 Ibs : -: been removed and bricks loos I Carroll Wilson nominated for general Church demorac-
Del Lack. Weil .... 16 10% lo 10%" Reter Copper ..... IB 24% 24 24% 'I 1013 lb. yearlings made 26,50, COlo-l ened. I of the atomic organization During World Warr I he served our sense, but in the General
f IVMl*.t Ednoa ..... 3 27 I' creased aupply strictly good to ... manager
261( 27 Reyaolds Tub B.... f 43% 43% 43% with the Army Y.M.C.A. at Camp Assembly we were working it
... choice steers arrived to sell at 25.00 I to a vote on -
Dirt Corp-Sraf 11 17%, 16% 16% ,: Further search turned up preliminary
DOM. Mi.. ...... II 20% 19% 20% 8ate.*y Stores .... 32 223" 23 ward; top heifers at 24.00 were confirmation. i Sherman and later was a memberof out. Demoratcal in a world
Donila* Alrcnn ... 1 74 74 74 asTst Arm. ...... T 134 11% 11%% but not strictly, so: moat, high-medium: to lengths of pipe which had been the staff of the Ohio Branch. following a
belters -
2O OO-24 SO comparable ,
Se* ou Dmwr ladntt .... 10 22 21 22 good steers ; used as makeshift crowbars and democratic "
% Schealey Dutil .... 23 48% 48!% 4833 187522.00: heavy cutter cows closedat Council of National Defense. He pattern, tht Cali
Homo Town da p.' Ue N ...... 4 IIU2% 192% Sean Roebuck ..... 74 39 38% 39hr..1 11 00 down; strictly good beef cows I' coils of rope. ,Moscow Hand also was a member of the Committee fornia representative said.

Agent lac ......... 1 16% 16% 16% reached 16.00. with practical outside at The sheriff said another two I j
Faitera: Air L ...... C9 of
20 and Music
%" 19 20 Worship
% % .... on
Shell Caioa
reached 16
Oil II bulls 00.
18 15
2.\0 29% 29%; SO; earns.sag. I "The United
.- fX HOME-TOWN TRANSACTION! EaitMaa: Kodak .... S 232 23O% 232 81".... Co ....... 41 40% 41 but beef bulls closed at 15 00 down days of work would have affectedan In Ruhr Valley the Council of Churchesin Naton I a prayer
El Power Lt ....110 19% 19%, 19% Sinclair Oil ...... 17 16% 16% 16% I Salable sheep 200 (estimated); total not opening to the jail roof. I Feral. for peae. and praye will b
Em..... n 1C .... 18 15 14% IS _.;roV_.. ..... 51 15%" 15 15%" given; compared week ago demand goodthroughout if you and
. "yt'u.wwu EafPnfc Benlc ... 15 32 32% 32% So.AOP..33 week: slaughter Iambs 50 to 75 Rule Anderson is survived \ te
5% 4% 3% higher, slaughter ewes scarce steadyyearlings I Sought D. b h people like us. and unlike us.
Ioa Cal Cdisoa .... 1 33 33 33 i Winds Balk Spencer
!, firm; bulk good and choice Strong we. Fy Anrson1 I everywhere keep on praying and
SoBtbera ....
Pscibe 6 47% 46% 47 I cooled lambs 23002375. closing top I LONDON tAP The White Rus- Yokahama, Japa:
INCOME TAX Southern Ry ...... S 49% 49% 49% working together within the organization -
23.60 several loads largely good grade
: Man Republic proposed yesterday son and three daughters the eldest -
South,.. R, pi ..... 1 77 T7 77 I woolkins 22 5O-2J.00. medium 18.50-21,00. Expedition FlightsABOARD I toward the common
Returns Prepared Spur*. Whhi.g .... C T% T% 7% |I common down to 13: OO good and choice that the Kremlin be given a hand of whom recently accompaniedher goal"
Reasonable Rates Speny Corp ........ 11 22% 21% 22% I ISpiecel 88 to 112 lb. clipped lambs No. 2 to Fall THE MOUNT OLYM- in ruling Germany industrial husband to Ipoh Malaya for
lae ........ 22 17% 16% 17 I!,shorn pelts 21.00-21.75. according to pelt occupied by I II Mrs Dgla appeared here un-
OPEN EVENINGS Stand Brands ...... 4 37% 36% 37% I credits: two loads good and choice yearling PUS in the Ross Sea LAP] Strong I Ruhr Valley now I mission&work; his mother and der joit sponsorship of the Soro-

: MALCOLM B. Staad Oil Cal ...... 2 57% 57% 57% wethers around 9O-10O lb. averages winds kicking up sea swells pre- I British forces. fve sitersMRS. sis Pilot
i 20.( 0. with yearling ewes and twoyearoldweitiers through arrangements
fttsad Oil lad ..... 23 42 41% 41% The White Russian Cub
COST LOANS Tax: Consultant Staad Oil M J ..... 15 69% 6fi9% 69kg discounted 2 OO; medium to good vented exploratory flights by air- I submitted to memoran-I I LEONA S. YAP by Canfield
.... .. : wethers 88 Ibs 17 50. comparable dum.
Loan Dipt. Z3 W. Chuck TeL cm Stand Oil Ohio .... 12 28% 27% 28% '- grade 85 lb. yearling ewes 15.50; odd bead men of the Navy's Antarctic Expedition foreign Mrs. Leona S. Fapp 69. a Winter Cook She was introduced by Mrs.
FIRST NATIONAL SANK S 4th Float *td Kll ...... four-power
gpr 'I'f 16% 17
( although -I
mixed grades eastern task Harold Johnson
lots native slaughter ewes group I 'Sorosis Club
I is considering the visitor from Takoma Park. Md E
Sterling Drug ..... 4 47% 47% 47% : mostly 8,00 to 8.25. one car medium to council which .
Stokley-V.. Camp ... 13 21% 21%" 21% good Westerna 815. carlotx good and the weather was fair. i I German peace treaty. said a special residing at 425 W. Concord, died president .
Small Loans On St....* 'Webster ... 15 16% 16% 16% I choice quotable at least to 8.i5. three Planes of the western task British- American French- I Saturday.
Studebaker Corp .... 34 24% 2a'1o 24% decks cooled lambs in medium slaughter: :
; AVIATION Suarsy Oil .,...... 46 9% 9 t flesh 21.00 1 shearer buyer group were ship-bound by snow, Russian control authority should She is surve by one brother. More U.S. Reporters

7= Real Estate =r SuaihiB Mag ..... 3 12* 12% 12"4Svilt I Capt. R. S. Quackenbush Jr., chiefof I take charge of the Ruhr although I'' Charles S. Shee. Largo, F. and

I A; Co ........ 6 635"4, % 3634T..c. FOREIGN EXCHANGE staff of the Antarctic Task I' it should remain a part of Germany two sisters, Edna Sought forMoscowMeet
INSURANCEan T NEW YORK (AP Closing foreign exchange I I
Get money quickly on your Co .......... 12 59% 59% 59% rates follow (Great Britain in dollars Force. reported. Takoma Park, and Mrs Joseph E. WASHINGTON LAP Secretaryof
Ti.,. (.,,11 Snips ... a 53 53 53 others in cents: The Eastern and Western wings For the second time a Soviet Rentfro, Chicago State Marshall was urged
types ., corcrit for amj aria- 3OuSe-no red tape. Loansmade T.. Pac C *: 0.... 2 26"% 26H 26% Canadian dollar in New York open market to State also proposed that the Germany services be an yesterday
plan operate only three more : by
Tei Pac L Trust ... I 18 18 18 3 7/1610 per cent discount or 96.2634U. Feral wi representatives of twocorrespondents'
tar % % %
explained ky a* ex: Nary flier in Orange. Seminole and
. Tide Wit A Oil .,.. 11 19% 19% J'Tra..rie. % I 8. cents up 3/16ths of a cent weeks and the success of further I of the future should be a I later by Fairchild associations to
World wide prompt claim terrlc Osceola Counties.FloridaC. ... Europe: Great Britain 84 02'.. up l/16th I "unified state" with the provincial
Funeral Home
1 t4 14 14
% % % of a cent: France (trifle 84<4. un >. of explorations over the unknown I press the Russians for admission
Trait. A W,3 Air .. 31 21'I 20 21% a rent: Sweden krona) 27 85, unchanged; Continent will be entirely at the Governments exercising "broad of a large number of U. S. news
.., ....
Tri-c. Corp 26 7 7 7Twet '
HALL BROS. % % a. Switzerland Uranc:) (com 1> 23.40. un democratic rights." MRS. CHARLES TREAT
it C-Tn ....... 18 37% 37% 37% changed. whim of the weather. men to the Warsaw foreign min
Mrs. Charles Treat widow of
U Latin America: Argentina free 24448. I isters' conference
;! AGENCY U.i_ Carbide ..... 19 99 98 98% off 02 or a cent: Brazil free :5 50, unchanged Gen. former commandantof They recommended at the
swara"--.. Caioa Oil Cal ...... S 22% 22% 22% : Mexico 20.64. unchanged.United NEW YORK lAP) Cotton future trading Man, Wife Held th, States Military time priority rules to be
.. .. applied
Union Pacific I 134, 134% 134% was extremely heavy yesterday and
t 111 N. Orange TeL 5189 fat ..lair-., ..* .f GnmA fleet* United Air Lines ... 40 24 23 24 final once*. which were $1.2S to $3.40 a In Bank Frauds !I Academy at West Point, died Saturday in the event Russia insists upon
Failed Aircraft .... 49 20 19% 20U.ited Fruit IS 49% 49"4 49% bale) hiaher than tho previous cloee, were I in Winter Park where she limiting the number of American
Corp ...... 90 4% 4 4% Uaited Gsa Imp ... I 223'" 23 SL at the day. best levels.The I
I Bit-Rex Dn., ..... 33 11% llII" market sclosed a scarcity of contracts ROXBORO N. C. [UP] Federal I'I had spent several Winters press and radio reprr and photographers

18: Gypsum ....... 7 106'i 106 106bId throughout the session and buyer agents joined State and county I Funeral pending to 2. Seventy
laifei Chem .... S 53 52 52"* were forced to advance bids to obtain contracts arralgemenu. three have
r& Robber ......... 20 '58% 58% 587. .. A larva portion of the demandwas i police yesterday in an investigation ,I II i arrival of be announced applied the
"FOR ANY PHOTOGRAPHIC NEED"riir VS Kleel. 48 79% 78% 79 I attributed to mills covering reouirements I of a bank defrauding racket which I Ii later by Marvm-Pittman conference which opens March 10.
against future textile sales... There I
f. W'Walu..rth Eastern
have included five Funeral Home.I"ERAL .
also, was a heavy amount of short covering i may
Co .. 10 1IH 13<4 13'isn.er I I
Railroads deliver of
: Bros .. 29 184 18 18 particularly, in the October contract which States. an average I
West lad ucPi..... 6 32>i 32M 3234 I was tho strongest pos..tton.Tradn. The racket was uncovered with SERVICES 4,000 cars of foodstuffs and fuel
volume in the last few minutesof
west 1::. Tri A ... 15 22V 22 2233wmtisg ; dealings was extremely' broad... Deferred the arrest of a Danville Va... For Mr. Hen George Delcamp to New York City and its suburbs
Air Br .... 20 35 3<% 35Westing of 1601 will be held
contracts of which inclinedto his
I cotton were Toby Owens. 28. and an averageday.Keystone.
couple R. on
5ruIturI tuhta SIrs 37 28% 28 28% I
lag during most of this past week attracted I I at 3:30 in the t
keeling Steel .... 2 44 44 44 considerable buying interest today 'I pretty wife. Ruby 19. I pjn. Carey :
White Motor ... 3 29% 29% 29% on the belief that contemplated expansion Federal agents are attemptingto Hand Cpel The Rev Robert '
'iII1..o.erl..d .... 37 13" 13 U1o! I of acreage of the 1S47 cotton crop would swindle activities officiate Intermentwill
Wiles Co ....... 18 15 14% 14% not be realized Thi theory seemed to link the pair with
Managed by Ken Trover and Jack McColIum \'oo orb FWJ ... I SlY SIti 51Worthing be predicated, on increased: .....haatlon'the. '- reported In Virginia West b in Ravenna, O. [I t
PAX .n. B 68 ii 67%" CSV .. would bo a scarcity of phesohate Virginia Pennsylvania, Kentucky

Consultant-C. W. "Barney" Barnes and .nitrates of fertilizers.Open which .are used in the manufacture and Alabama For Mr. Sidney George
j I Wte.
YourEh *: T ..... IT Tl% 70% Tl 1 of
+ Hub Low Last Route 3, Bx 542D. ,
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keen. Radio ...... 41 22% 2234 will be held p. m. Tuesday in
22'4 May. 32.02 32.25 31.94 32.ZQ 2$ ... 2$to 31 I 5,000 Pay Tribute ,
1051)8 Prod..cta .... 7 10 10 10 the Hand
.tf July 90 15 30.45 30 07 SO 4J up 4O Carey Chapel The VeryRev
Oct. 27.47 28 00 27.34 27.71-21..41 to M Custodian
Melville Johnson will
Max Gardner officiate -
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Dec 2C*S 27.11 26.54 27-19 up 5* I

: rI (154 Mar. *)K-22 M.SO M.2O X.SO up 43 i I SHELBY N.C. IUP1 A crowd of Cemetery.. Burial w b in Greenwood

Middling Spot 33.78 up 19 ,' 5.000.. including humble m i

t. .,.,' t>! :.'. .FiJlbl118 NEW Nom.nal OK LEANS AP) Cotton future advanced workers, a Hollywood celebrity For Mr. Lacy Funds I
I ; U hero yesterday on price fixing Kay Kyser and high govern- Route 2 Herber McLu.of
t J I t. trade buying and short covering Closing Bx w
/ price were firm 5119 to 2-2S a bale I ment officials packed two auditoriums be held at pjn Monday in

t "",, higher! Ooen High Low Close and overflowed the halls Carey Hand Chapel. Bul will b STAN COMSTOCK r

t. Mar. 32>8 33-22 32,85 3J.U up 45 of the First Baptist Church yesterday in Greenwood ,
r May. 32 OO 32.00 31.91 32.11-18 up 22 at funeral services for Ambassador IiTtitmeat oee rlBe9
July 30.12 3O.3 3O,OO 30.35-1'up 4O
: 'fE$ Oct. 27.38 27.45 27.27 27.&3-C8-UP 39 O. Max Gardner. Bomb Jars Havana Stores Pious A5TeJ DB MOrU

I Doc. 2S.S7 2C.85 l'M H.Il-H UP 2C Hundreds of others were turned .do
HAVANA fliP) A bomb exploded -
I but stood outside in a bitingwind T. 'Boorke.Inc. I
eu" STOCK LIST I away I yesterday in the Balcells Ret& Jeb
?3rnlslid through courtesy of Merrill to pay final to the Ste. .
I Pierce. Lynch. Fenner Beane rpt a firm of Spanish : iporr.
Aluminum Co of America ______._ 79SAmer big. friendly m ro froma : in downtown Havana. Mmb N-A-SJX..
% Cranamid Co B el*. P r'iyt'we FU
unn boy in this upland mill s. .
R. E. Wolf American Gas and Electric _n_____ 40'. I IArkansas poor the bomb caused
Natural Gas A n_____ 5>. ; town to the nton's top diplomatic damages but no casualties. t
4 out of 5 who _
ask fora _
rpo American Light and Traction ______ 23<-. post I
.1. loan at 'Personal: my Atlantic Fisheries; -- _h.-_--- 9V.

answer Is "Yes" That's why Creole Barium Petroleum Steel Corp._uu_______________ 311.6'1 I CHAIN RANGE I Yardley & Southern Beauty VENETIAN BLINDSAll

folks call me the "Yes Man." H Cities Service 00 __n_______ 31a CHICAGO You can get $25 to $300 on Colts Patent Arms hnn_____ 29*. Open HiOh Low do. *. Aluminum Venetian Bld I
Elec. Bond" Sharo Co-------___ 16 H I at
signature alone furniture or Fairchild En*. az Airplane Corp. __ 3H Mar. uh_ 218H 2.2O :18 4 2 MS I keep your home coole.
. __ auto. Complete privacy. Glen Alden Coal Co. __________ 17". Mar -.. 2 0613 .W2O l. w IN MOST INSTALLATIONS
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Humble Oil and Rttl __ 61 July --- : 189ls 1ST 189',
KEN TRAYEB JACK COLLUM Small monthly payments.Up Heels! Mining Co. _____- __ 13 Sept. --__1.1 IJtS'n 123. l.W. i f
to 15 mos. to repay on most Kaiser.Frazer hU_______ !9'4 Cain STEVENS
1 loans. Krocer Grocery .________ 46. Mar ___ 1 351. 1.3S'4 134% 1J4' W. ROBINSON PH. 20729UKTO
Experienced Qualified Lone Star Gas Co. ___________ 191 Way nI.33!. 1.33!. 1.3231.32'. e
Write or come in to see I Niagara' Hudson Power Corp. 10' July _L131S I.3H. l-SOS 1.30H
; Day or Nigh:. me at the address given be NUes-Beement-Pond. Co ___ 13LPanWpec Sept. __1.28 1-28 1.27*. 1.28
-Soliciting All Types Oil of Yen. ___ 11HSonotone Oats. .
___________ low. If you phone first. you I Corp _nn n ______ 3lSrhulte H----------75'4 79U '7R'4 TOt, YOUR NECK INCome

of Photographic Work Immediate Service can stop in to sign and pickup Inc-------__ S'a May _._ 71'. 72". 71'. 72*. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
mK the cash in Stand Power and LUbt ______ 4 July ____ 6 64H 63'. 64 L,
one visit. Ft. BeaN Paper Co. _ 10". 6136034 61 .a '
Commercial, Aerial WK mSm On Any Photographic Open Mon thru FrL 35. Technicolor ____ _ _-_ _- 19 sete.w 1 I
Textron .n___.__-_ 14.. P.c-------- un Uh__ 1,MS In and get a LOAN 1
Portrait; Need Closed Sat. I Tbermoid _______ .. trade Lard
or c -BARXEY" BARNES Evenings by Appointment I Twia Coach ____ _ _ U 3.127.25 27.25 27.00 21 I ITLi1
United Draw ________- 1134 Sept. ___ ._ _u._ __.__ 75 '300 "
J I W. Va. Coal and Coke ___ IO% 18ov. _.,.. ,_ __ __u alto TO : "

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I. Seen by Realtor Reports I Eustis Permits Circus Official '\ CHROMITE

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EVENT (OF THE. Secretary WEEK, Florida in real Association estate of Realtors circles was the Major SalesBy I Total $$33,330 : Plans Lake Home ,

I meeting in Tampa'honoring president of the National j made of pure zinc

Assn. Morgan Fitch. Coming direct from Wash- TOM PRICE [ISseto The Sunday Sentinel-Starl James S. Sparks, for many years associated with the I and will never rust!

ijigton meetings, he'was full of .news about the future of [Our Own Staff Correspondent 4p. EUSTIS-During the psfst two Sparks Circus Enterprises, has purchased two large lots
real estate as foreseen in caoital trends: He says 1947 is DELAND-Real estate 'activity weeks applications to build $30.-J'in the Bonnie Breeze subdivision of Tavares, and intendsto so teantifBl it simple ditties guests

iir.a "year of discretion" there will< I In DeLand during the past week 330 have worth been received of structures by the in building Eustis 1 build a permanent home there soon, W. J. Kistler, I aid prospcctire buyers!

\\JlfJ be many buyers but they aree ask on the basis of values. He stressed featured four major sales through inspector. Tavares, Realtor reported. The smooth umttrr sarfarc ...1) sot
Ing more questions as to value before that continued rent control was "a the- usual commercial channels. First Methodist Church obtained I I chip, peel nor fade: sad tbcn't, DO mortar >
laying out the ready cash. He conspiracy against the veteran"and '!but the county stepped out and a permit to build a $10,000 parsonage I The Sparks sale Is just one ofH' ertck to attract dirt term mad
eees no discouragement for salesmen minced no words in pointing'I took the limelight with action on on Lemon Ave. William Jackson several transactions negotiated Clermonr Property Sold mildew
but rather a challenge to sell out the political reasons for con- 1 zoning, weather-proofing, prop- obtained a permit to build an {during the past three weeks by ,
[Special: to The Su.idc, Sent nel-Star] F.H.A. Term arranged Estimih IrM.
tinued shortage in the shelter so erty sales and moves to acquire '80 porch and D. A. Strong was Kistler. on none of which have
vitally needed. Pres. Fitch said I additional land. given a permit to build a $250 the considerations been I CLERMONT-Mr. and Mrs.
REAL BUYS that the South Is "only on the storage building. paid re- ''I Harry L. Lippmann have sold their METAL TILE CO.
verge of its maximum develop I The private sales recorded Church of God applied for a vealed. property<< located at Lime St and
: PINE CASTLE ment. that 'every year the na- featured a furnished house in i permit to construct a $20.000 Walter Lane of Portsmouth. I Lake Dr. here to George M Dick- I SI E. Central Pkone 4Z7I
tion looks more and more to flor- the Wilcox-redivision of How church on Grove St .and Ward N. II, have purchased a duplex son, Fred R. Dickson: and WilliamJ. I Kitchen: draiBto rd, recvrs1LUMBERBUILDERS'
ida as a place of retreat that ry's first addition to DeLand. Ave.This permit has been referredto house on Lemon St.. Eustis. Dickson for 26000.
2 apartments on lot 14 x 150-3
with troublesome restrictions removed made by Charles A. Messier to the adjustment board because from W. H. Hahn. They intend
rooms and bath-4 rooms and there will be no end to pos- :Mary C. Sargent at $12,900. $ as 'he plan contemplates a projecion making Tavares their perma-
bath-eurrounded by bearing
sible development. Seated with of eight feet beyond the Ward nent home.P. .
citrus trees. the speaker were two national past Other furnished houses sold Ave. buildingline.. SUPPLIESFraming
Presidents. Sen. Walter Rose of ,' were one' by Charles A. Caldwellto White, Montverde has pur-
'4Colonialtown sOOoa Orlando and Col. Walter C. Piperof George. D. Burnett at $8500; i chased a home adjacent to his
St. Petersburg. : one from Thomas M. Williams to BEAUTY-Mme. Y. S. Chen is Building Keeps residence, for investment pur- Sheathing Siding
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Sarah W. Carter in Orange City dressed for her role In the Chi- poses. Ceiling Flooring Doors
for $930Q) and one from Cora E. : Ralph McPeek of Phalanx Station F
to all travellers In nese opera "Mlle..Phoenix. at a Windows
Section PaceIn Ohio purchased a lakefront
I Hunt to Herbert M. Smith in ; London t seater. Steady
is 'to be sure they LenkerdBush, subdivision for t--....--. (lot in the Bonnie Breeze subdivision
This modern well built 5 room know where they will lay their I $6500. Sales under the $5000 mark-, add plans building a home Our Prices Are Right We Deliver
bungalow on a. lot 58 x 140 Is a heads in the place they are go- totaled 16. Seminole this Spring. I
real value. ing.. A half hour of phone calls i KentuckianPays George Stewart of Warren,
to St. Petersburg hotels found The Yolusia County Commissioners fSpecial; to The Sunday Sentinel-Star Ohio, who also purchased a lot OSCEOLA LUMBER MILLS
$1050000 not a vacancy, and the writer this week approved a SANFORD Building seems to there plans on building during
was grateful for true Southern permanent coning regulation $23,500 be keeping a steady pace in Semi- March.Dr. P. O. Box 787 KISSIMMEE FLA. Phone 5324<<
hospitality extended by a friend embracing the South Peninsula i nole County and some relief in the Harry S. Howard purchased
with an extra bedroom. district from the Daytona Beach | For Home shortage of materials has been | the Lake Ridge Apts. from Fred
LAKE HOLDENThis I limits to the' South boundary of I felt. White. The structure, located in
Montverde, is a showplace now,
RIDA's Realtor Women's Wilbor-by-the-Sea. I jf The two story, eight room homeof The sale of Elder Springs on and Dr. Howard intends beautifying -
beautiful tiled roofed 3 .I.' Councils are devoting study to The regulation restricts the Clarence H. Cubbedge at 1214Beneaire Sanford Ave. extension was completed it still more, he said. FOR SALENITE
bedroom and bath home. In excellent development of county zoning height, size and other features of Clr.- has been sold to and recorded. The estateof I Kistler himself has started
condition overlooks.this acts. St. Petersburg Council meeting -", buildings, location of structures on Samuel P. Hoover of Lexington.Ky. \V. W. Thompson sold this 'I building two homes In the Bonnie
r large lake. It has a large living this week adopted as a 1947 : lots the size of lots, location of ., for a reported price of $23,500 i' property to Carl F. Und and ae- !!Breeze :subdivision and expects to CLUB AND BAR
room, dining room, kitchen, project the subject of county zoning through the office of Georgia von cording to document stamps! the have them ready for occupancy
service room and Is situated on as a necessity to protect the business properties and other con Schiller, Realtor. i consideration, was $20,000. This within the next month.
a well landscaped lot. 144x200. valuable Gulf beaches and other struction which might affect the sale comprised about 40 ...rH. I
Hoover, represent' the Freeman -
It will be SOLD,because owners rural development. Orlando Council 'welfare of the citizens. I '., ,. : r"1 '
!Shoe Co. of Beloit, %Vlc, in Harold Hitchcock sold to Clare MillionDollarProject /
are building a one-floor bunga- is also working toward securing Violations carry a maximum
Georgia and Florida, plans tomo'e and Edith of Lake Mary, .
low which Is practically com- enabling acts. Noting the rapid penalty of a $500 fine or six Speers Planned <
here next week. lots with buildings and Im-
pleted. The price will surprise growth of trailer parks cabin months jail term. Nonconforming seven \' tj
it. said will ]live provements in Lake Mary for approximately (Sper'r.t:, "
you. courts and multiplicity of small structures In use before last Cubbedge was : to The Sunday\ Sent'nel-Sfcr"
commercial buildings along the May 14 are not affected. in another home he owns In the $6,000 and R. J. Hick- I MIAMI-Erection of 95 houses,
highways, it is thought time has I The zoning provisions were ,Maitland area. son purchased from L. P. Paytonfor to cost between $10,700 and $11-
The Hoovers have two children, $6.700 his five room bungalowon a
come to zone these developments 220, is underway here In a mil
A REAL HOME as protection to all real estate val- ,' based on recommendations made one of whom a college student Palmetto Ave.. between 19th lion-dollar project planned by x. o.
ues.. by a planning committee which ;will reside with his parents. Hoover and 20th Sts. These prices were Nichols Construction Co.
' located on the Sanford-Orlando also submitted other proposals de- {| a member of the Presbyterian indicated by stamps on filed docu- Fifteen of the homes were
Hlway facing a lake with 10 I'signed to promote development in i i Church. is a Mason, and belongedto :ments. started in December while 15
.,.-1. acres of ground. 800 feet on Leesburg Home BoughftSoKioJ the. district These recommendations the Lexington Country Club. I others have just been begun and .
: the Hiway and 800 feet locatedon to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl were taken under advisement Murphy Sale PlannedSpecial will be completed In March. 3
this beautiful Lake, makingthe LEESBURO-Mr. and Mrs. Zera I by the commission. I Poultry Advise Given ( to The Sunday SentinM-Sforl .
po56lblUties' unlimited for Giles have bought the A. C. New- Plans calling for the acquisitionof [peciol to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] I TAVARES-A sale of MurphyAct ,r a F
Cabins, or a Trailer Camp. The man home In Palmora Park for an 80-foot right of way along |I TAVARES-Poultrymen of Lake lands will be held at the AUTO SEAT COVERSComplete
home Itself Is a picture-In this 10000. Newman is building a new ; S. Atlantic Ave. from the South |i County point out that for each 500 'Court House door here Mondayat Stock
setting. It Is a large one- house' in Palmora I'..-*. at the Daytona Beach limits to'the inlet I j r good ready-to-lay pullets desired, 10 a. m. There are 13 parcels of
We Install Them
floor bungalow with a studio present. were filed by Com Blank. Blank >'from 1.250 to 1,500 straight-run land to be sold. Much of the property -
living room and dining room said the project would move alongas baby chicks are needed. 1 is located in Mt. Plymouth. ED MAYO cur
combination large bedrooms; Lake Property Sold district funds were available. i I .
2 baths. 2 screened porches, I 101 N. Main Tel. 9782 t
kitchen breakfast nook and Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl] Low bid of E. K. Jones De- 'T x
modem In every detail. The MT. DORA-James Simpson has Land was accepted by the commission Indian River Agi ricultural
owner says Sell sold a piece of property here to for alterations to the INSTRUCTION j
Mr.and Mrs. William Marjay Hin- storage vault in the School Ad-
son for $4.900.Jas. ministration Building. Costs Tour by Agent i Scores Hit Learn the fundamental I

FRED CARRELS will be $4.338. with completion then the finer point This lake front property 112 feet wide extends over 300 feet in
promised within 60 days after (Our Own Staff CorrpsDondent) Dorothie Keeler Studio depth to a beautiful lake.
BROKER Gamble Rogers II the contractor is notified to By HERR MOSHERre ABKCbilt; Hotel Owners will sell property In fee all licenses, stock and fixturesfor
Architects Engineers proceed. VE .O BEACH-Folks ai still talking here about the Tel. 1-311 aooD-" P. M. less than $20,000.
PHONE'2-4J06 .Building ConsultantsPOST "agricultural sight-seeing to ur", which was made under At Other Times Tel 2-C402 Building has nice living quarters upstairs with 3 bedrooms.
, Lone bid of the Lumino Co. This club has a reputation for serving excellent steak and chicken
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USE.Central Ave ,OFFICE BUILDING Orlando, for waterproofing the Kiwanis Club auspices, by 74 people, in 16 automobiles dinners.

Oppoctt* Chamber ., COIIuIaeruBlliWaa WINTER PARK. F1.A.I Professional Building, a courthouse under direction of Marcel B;oudet, Indian River County'sature This property only a 10-minute drive from Orlando just a few
annex, for $895 was ac- agricultural agent. feet from the highway will sell for less than similar lake front
cepted. The same company is now Circle F Rancsh was first visited -' property and gives' you a business whose possibilities are unlim

I at work on the court house. !I near Fellsmere, where the fine cattle at the W. E. Sex- G ,S ited.
LAKE VIEW The commission also voted to herd of Santa Gertrudis cattle was ton Ranch were next on the ride. EXCLUSIVE WITH
advertise for sale a f or ner garage seen by the group. These cattle Various explanations for these
buDding in DeLand which has I are said to be as fine as any In cattle-which remind obsertors CARL COURTNEY
CHEROKEE :PARK 715 FLORIDA AVE. been used as a county barn In Texas or Florida. of Shetland ponies-are made. a '
Dist. 2 for eight years. Chairman Next, the Fellsmere Su&arlUUl Including the possibility that all 392 N. Orange Phon 2-2471<<
Open'to.Inspection daily 2.6 P.M. Graham and Commissioner Ryan. was given the once-over. of them are "throw backs" to an
,. West Yolusia board jnembers. said The visitors saw the sugar mill ancient strain which was im-
0 they were working on plans for going full speed ahead, producing ported from Ireland, into the
U H erecting an Inexpensive garage refined sugar at the rate of Southern States, many years .
0S elsewhere in DeLand.'saying that 80 tons daily.: The growing cane ago.
T they considered the present prop- -5,500 acres this year-was In any-case. Sexton has an Interesting I I
MT erty too valuable for business pur- next viewed. collection of these tiny

EA poses county.to be retained by the I 800 Graves acres,Bros.west of citrus Wabasso groves, and of breeds animals of which full-sized resemble cattle various(including 1'1ii'

some fancy Temple acreage there .
I I tiny Brahmansl, except
Commissioners also set March came next on the tour, after that all are much smaller than i With the
N VD 6 as the date for a meeting with 'which the 16 cars headed for average, being comparable, say, I '
A cities with delinquent tax equi- i Kenmore Cattle Co.. where Owner with Shetlands and full-sized Belgian -i NEW ELECTRIC
Y Y ties to set values on some 50 I Press Gardner showed his fine horses. I I
I L parcels of property acquired I herd of registered Brahmas and I The tomato lands now being I'
told the delegation briefly, a lot : of the Or- pencil sharpener
N V nnder the third quiet title suit drained west Vero. on I
closed late In January I about Brahman cattle. A fine hei- lando road were next but dark- JI
G E fer, which brought $1.135 as a calf ness prevented the delegationfrom I 1.1'- $9750
In connection with lands ac- last year was one of the "pets" visiting the scene of the extensive .

Once you see the luxurious detail of thus exquisite bungalow no other home quired by virtue of the 1941 tax i brought up to be closely observed. operations now in progress t i. IIx
law the board Indicated that it I The unusual "Guinea" [mini- there. -
win do for Its ,
you. sew Furnished and decorated-by: the Home Store. .
It.. wen fina eed. !('. truly a matchless buy at $16.000 furnished $11000unfurnished. plight sponsor a special act in I I -
the next Legislature to hasten ;cf:4
disposition of these properties. I
OrFEKED. BY LOWRIE W. BROWN WITH The act would permit the fixingof LUMBERBUILDING

eo> Metcalf Phone values below the minimum now
Building STIMSON.ST A TON 5159 authorized. .:-,.

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t Construction Petersburg High I WINDOWS PLASTER

[Sues jot to The Sunday $Ser'inel-Star I FLOORING SIDING

new construction here is revealedin CEILING ROOFING
latest figures as second highest -
in the State, running behind BRICKS CEDAR SHINGLES
I Miami and topping Jacksonville
and Tampa. St. Petersburg Is SHEATHING FRAMING
fourth largest city in Florida.
Complete State figures showeda NAILS
r total of $1,027,818 here to MI- I 'T nt.. '

ami's. $1.774,811. in November.
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50 I large lots In Dubsdread i
This Is a pre-war built howe of.fine material and
being pencil The self-operating switch puts in motion the finely tempered z
135 N. .
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offered at a price.
pre-war Section, some as large as blade. Cutting action ceases when proper point obtained.
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This lovely Spanish, design home offers you Florida living FLIGHT TRAININGfor I HXYx25CYI Manual selector for fine, extra fine or medium point. ,
at its best. Close to coif.'course: and fishing lake. Has lovely I

landscaped groundV1-with;; an assorted citrus orchard for -t
I Corner Edgewaler Drive and Par 1
family. On Bus line. First floor, living room dining room. 'I VETERANSHOEQUIST

den. music room,kitchen and breakfast nook. Laundry and AIRPORT CHECK/WITH :
Ave. near Duhsdread Country Club ;
garageSecond noor-Master bedroom with large porch: and iO St. & Rio Grand TeL Ins
two other bedrooms and bath. This home can be purchased I I
right and On good terms. Overlooking Lake Silver : r

Hove Your Auto I J'tIP- .$ .'
Open for inspection 2'p. m. to 5 p. m. Sunday. Feb. 12th. I STEAM GREASED One of Orlando's Finest Residential Sections .

705 Baffle Ave, just off'Fairbanks Ave. cr 'aU- i :!!

672 NO. ORANGE:,A YE-. 2-4551-SUNDAYS 2-2534 I Cleaned sad Motor isbneated a Chub.sty Stea S1.se. Albert Delay-Phone 4508 P. O. Box or George 1164 Delay 9613 I CENTRAL FLORIDA'S LARGEST DEALER IN OFFICE EQUIPMENT'd.'t" ..
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: I I AKC BKAUTT SALON-Hew I AND MILLWORK t.pa RADIOS REPAIRED.-13 t 18 hour FLOOR SANDER-Edger. and two CIRCULATING on BTLr I INSPdde ironing OAS ROE'few fo Immel.t I LUMBER Pin* and framingand
V* W. Chare Room Central service Work Pickup Clark Ail equip I Parrisn sheeting: Phon e. informatIon
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Karl W. Church. Phone i and off W. Fairbanks LitU 3-1841
a CLAY BUILT-Also lime rock 2 .12REJGdTOlr Or..e R1d I
wares I RA I Falmew GA STOV'ES-2. usable oa city .. LUMBER ta building
pr..t c T paYl. 9th surface 'ratcLI prompt 1 ELECTRIC HOT and bed. at 3000 lumber .
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P. .ppIU&'pa. I Gurat Bumby. .&u on elI I, : CIRCULATING BLUE Wo: two-burner with en H. A.enue. j I her, Cheney Highway
& ta cold en. Ic. commercial and I IWillard burning all 4 I H. 220 Orange
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types CONCRETE step & dOle. AUTO ESGDJE-1939 Chrysler. Ex size; phone pl t Pu Bad"a. GOLF CLUBS AND BAG-Complete I LIE SUITS-2. Wool: light bine
".n fa a. .I walks WORK, d.e.a licensed N. Mills; 5130.RRFRIGERATOR.. Dr'0 i I eIe cadUa Come and hear I r 45. 2-14. set S65 Upstairs apartment. 123 12 and 14; dresses
.. etu.6403 .D' Southern States. i i I ni Ramb 88 W. Central Are. I i CROQUET SETS-85.79 t IU.". !'! EOI gasoline Cnt.1 or 1" East Amelia Avenue 715 N. Shine
2 P I'- 8714 for I I l- I Bumby B.a c. 102 W. stock: 5 at We COAT-1 Stroock: 1 .
BKAUTT Salon C. 2-2 .uat make Walleker Refrig I 1,1 WARDpltor tea Church kotts Hdw. 2524 KuhL | GAE HON" LI mD'
ene.U i iI I top coat era vena tied.
Drireways.step 15O5 Are I Smrth twe
ph. 4414. Invite you to sec then *. base F et Thirty Winter S. Idl I double dlt. e.e. mdd I CHAIN .HOIST-Heavy duty I fine Lumber Co. tl. .Prk. 894.
beauty culture Ha MoD ,. In Prk. 4.I 22O 8 Orange Phone 2-1841 I shape Stivers-Pontiac. Cole.nIai LLECTRC. BL.UnarS-Ne" :98 O.n.e RLId Bath
.. .r busDP e.t cleaned i ware I I.mON.2 6 i GROVE SPRAYER-Bean 5OO LVATOR- closet
.a' C. Rid,. ( Dr: j I MOda 3.
Dab __.._ IY.a w... Wlt Prt 231. I la your own home: .ppro.e meth- i .rndna 16 I ..11 steel tank; tractor t.t. off : delivery .1. to lt.t

OIlaJ SKOPSpeelaiLgroups CONCRETE." SeVC that floors last for o moth prtu.Di. RI. ..D 00 ee el 12 38 COMPRESSORS-One-18 e n Oe I''EC HEATERS-Several well moe Perfect condition. Phone cash or terms: 36 months Fn.
8 .
ii.da ___ BEAU SIS specialty Wal d..yL :Dun oar er. phone 112 Ce.Uj' .pla R P.r H.r..re 220 8 ea ft. Gas w 1r.f ') .t. 86.95 and up Knox ,"td.nGAL 2-1 i Llbby and Freeman. '1 W. ChurchMILS .
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.w prlDI .t m.U mounted. Apply 54 W Ave. .
J ,
(. maria c.le 11.1 ma ham Crt. N MU 2-2. RFGR e.1.IU., t I O.e. P1. I Storm Co. 25 E Pe. Pbol. 2316.I STRACVEB3-Bucket*

I CoasocBtir wares 11.11 2 8. .1 1..Y DRAFTING SEVC. Aewtu.Lsndur.1 asbestos-liding For cr.or a I' ATC FANS la stock. 36-in.-42 In. CIRCULATING IPC H..U ELECTRIC MOTRl- 1b MOTORS-Wisconsin. 2 storage e.1. H. H Par .D
I Conseewtir QOHTBT BEAUTY mehDcl work free* et.t 3 VeltU. Home Insulation Co. 953 late. and e.1 P S S.I. .Sn .. 0 b.p.. In stork. Bub "ae. 22O Prance. Pb .
IHP from abstract "a.Dt. $. .. Winter Park 7O8 procure from-Mills liebras- 6O8 ; dial 3-O959 I SHOW
& O..e Equipment ,
Count I Spring specials r years B pb .. way .Supply Co 101C MET CA. 1 ft. witB
I ImODd'
.: National ( Pl.'e S3 UP. specialising In o Park part time. P M2 JX Winter.. Garden west Ui Ray or Orlando 69.I 'I ELECTRIC clearance WATER of electric HEATERS heaters.Orlando Also. W. Cur StGALVANIZE Boll.I glass t. P.telephone
3 Consecutive ELECTRIC IRONS-Repaired .nd'r. qualityAdd a new value to cheap for cash. Pro at 319 ,, Sales Service. 6O8 M Or- I I MOVIE CAMB and Howell
SHOP-Hew built. Element replaeed I Pe' !I I sage; dial model
t Consecutive [ BUt -bo I hom.No nut or stains.Warehouse wood Ave 2-961. SHINGLES Limited 11. 1 maiarae
location 12* M.o. SpU. Hn. Bumby H.rd..r Co. RUG CLEANING We thoroughlyclean on 27th St W. of Orance FroM EGO BET3 types just received i 1 band Smith Lumber Like new M Segal. .
I Cold Wares ad Ia Cb.rh et. I' a ka' of ruts. Stilus replaced Blossom Trail. M" B Bate CTG BT o with ad Knox Stores Co.. Co N. Orange and Railroad 32 W. Church.MOTOR .
A3 Want-Ad :. SERVICE only Highest quality Agency Phone 2-3621 or dowDa. 25 E Pine Phone SCOOTER
ERC C ; Dede 2.11. .tDd. copper tubing perfect 2-315. GARBAGE CANS galvanized; 10 and -
do prtated Moraine la I I BU PARA types Hoorer par.r I workmanship. best approvedmethods -I J I Temporary Office 31 W. Gore ... condition: Delaney, 9839. ELECTRIC PLATES-1-burner, high 20 caL. scrub tub with bandies.Wyckott "lsbek A.1 < C.n.. 11S
modern apkeep Send them BOW prompt 3405 .
and Wuode
86 45 and Knox Stores Hdw Av*
.y. Pe. Hn e DINETTES other dinettes COLEMAN LANTERNS-Camp .u.ll ap : .p.
oxUado praa' ALUMINUM 22.
Th a 4223 only authorized sta- "le. We call for and deliver la ; I c .. E Pine Phone 2-3163 i 34ta St.MICE.
data.Th D Bumby "Ie and Winter Orlando I I from 83995 up. beaters in boat oars; good line of GAS HOT WATER I
Hdw. 8104 HTRhm.
W .t-Ad I $ E. P>ne. One place onl ton 2-175. Steam Laundry. 49 W.Pat ; dial stock 1101 8995 up Shop at Warrens tackles. H. H. Parrish Hsrdws EXTENSION LADDERS, step ladders, : 30 caL .utm.Ue. le" 1 CABIXETS. metal; bath
CHARM -Bpecialsl FURNITURE RAE and rei Fairbanks Are, Winter 22O S Orance Phone 2-1841 f all weights screening.Outside z Chinese kitchen stools-Mills &
from SJO .BAN ished. .t.. 2241 3 and Wilson c.s.. ODulDe. Trade for lumber orn. NebraskaMOTORCYCLE.
re Park.
cold SIS Shelton
uaday from pr.leDt.10 ST.50, 12.1 P.ie. R A.Austin. S42 Piedmont. I I ANTIQUES-Violin 6. over 200 7e.r Medium slse 123 BTPol. i,I Leonard C.IUa,! Grant. Ocoee Clubhouse. Oo.L '' Harley-Daridsoa. 74

D, .:. ..c. I SLIP by old Inlaid tilt-top ube andchair OIL HEATER-Cole- 3-2187 O L SALES Work $5 ,, flat head: 39 moe cash or trad
U S10 and All FLOOR SANDING, finishing CV TAB .n', SW Park. C ELECTRIC Steel bDc. .D: for car C.l 614; Zutell
narn .p ; BI.d. sixed. Ac.
Syl..1 tr
506 W. Amelia Are treatment: .dl.lu lorb 9tb' Do Ten RGE cldtI. 10. clot aD :
PhD. b Plt..S.1 work Sears. MODEM-ac aU attachments elene WesU.bou. recoleUoled pbole So.$250 ofn. Ca1 MOTORCYCLE-1946 Hei Davidson
f. moen ewpm.n& Central: ph. 3-4495 ALI gauge steam be.te. Lake .. New 9x12 rugs .a.N.l ; practically new mileage
wffl u. 1. Schools and Instruction .u.rat. Burt. .81.D pro.p e1 SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED aadCle.De. I roads.ceurl.Rd.cars and b.t Bae 1.1,. Winter Park P.0. I FUR JACKET-Size 16 Perfect condition roll ron. al.le.10 "b.to I, 600 .Wutter. Orwln Manor a.

approved: years 314 N. Phon at 899.SO Price For Smb'L lU Ide WiDte to.
incorrect engineering. High and upholstered CAn s.
School W* make It look like new at la ,: Al r.U. 13.57 I ranees gas water 54 111.5 empl.t. t.lephan 4576 .u o ', MORR CIRI excellent condi
Too ltm.Uona CrpDd- a very low coat and bar plenty TANKS exery- APLC.. be.t. .. with miiing faucets dr.ID. S PACH C. Little: slishtly' HOT WATER HATR. electric 12. I c.i. Lone mir-
o. Rowe.. 2974;rpr.eat.tie nice materials. Craft 0 SEC '.C P. J heat.r.dl.to.. kitb.1. led yours today Wale Wlc B.T'U., closet type ':>' IS and 30 & : 220 volta.Wyckoff's rot 107 Page Are
Wat-Ac 8 1282. lois W. Church Plur 2-31. c Burke. pump rldelt h.u 'ae.m electric space home Inc, 61 E' Rol. with blowers; 8165 Air Conditioning 'I Hdw.. 2524 Kuhl MINE DETECTORS-.8SOO.OO; brand

ESTATE LAW and practice FLOOR flnlshlnc. cleaning Insured Route 19. 21. 3-0678SEWLNQ freesers. and gas floor furnaces; I CITRUS GRADING and suing ma- COltr.ctor.. 900 Orani Ave- Win- MEl fEPt at closeout new only S2S 0 Locates all
preparation for broker and sales I I waxlnc I-* Floor Bur- MACHINES REPAIRED I and he.ter. Modern "Appliances. -I chines. 1 and 2 sets of bins Small te : ph. 465 fan or without.Slaughters. pipes e.bl.e"r..U leal
Mew classes start first of year. facing Co." satisfaction Vacuum cleaners. AH makes. 3. RHarrells I Iniu .230 N. Orance. P i washer and polisher 49 N. Broadway '"nC PT. ft lone. I 48 W Central Ave Money or American
t office and ".1 up for workmen licensed West Side Repair. 410 W 22514. Bartow Phone 4 I. cl 100: 4 HEATER One circulatingwood Surplus Trading Co, Canal 61..
Z"pne.c butt
L Flower* .. School of Ra Estate and blde moen eulmelt Oore phone 7795 ANTIQUES-Marble-top table; demitasse CLOTHING-AU kinds of suitable 5 in butt. 100 Will cut .t,I baer 12 squares shincle red New York N. Y
139 E. Pine Ph 1:1 Under le" 1 Gnte. on cups: china compotes Silver for school girls sizes 13. 14 and length or size desired LUUelre Co. !I green; 4. 1'4"x3x7 cypress don MOv CAJEBI1 nun maga-
rUHZRAL .18O9 N.' Orange; 7U<. TIPETE ISTA platIng done in our own shop Wesche 16 S.e.tr skirts coat and 8tt i Phone Winter P I half glass 1. lz6'5' cypress door j| 1D lodID., -. electric
WDU.phone Travel Information FLOOR BANDINO AND FINISHING en. .1 rust proof; cant Trading Post 210 W. Church.AVIATIONPORTABLES1ar". ...r cheap A I FRAME HOUSE .6 ; 3 bedrooms. 1 I I,,3 horizontal .I.s 2. 2-panel I"x3x i il i .. F.mou AN.." AN model:
C..Ua Prompt H"ie. Modern equipment: crack b.cte.er.z.Free estimate 7- revs 8x10 and maple desk I I t $ t. 4939. I II I <'8 doors: double hung 1 I 3.5 len: Enclosed View Finder
RESERVATIONS and Uckn all portable unit. Established Call te tube. AC or 2 short wave Call at 937 S Mills Ph. 5251 FOOD b mo.e. window sash; some 1x4 pine flooring I ; operates off dry cell batteries

10. Baby- .lines.Pine Sunnlland Phone 8301.Travel Bue.L 3 113. p"e"Orl.D. licensed, TREE.8URGERT. Winch service bands. PIe b.ttre.. Britt, 64 & CIRCULATING HEATERS, fuel oil; I! cubic FREEZER ft.. Great "pr.b' S 1714 B lee Ave: ph. 8761 act fast! AD accessory p.n

BABT OR 1ue ltn. Floor Surfacing bonded and Church. 8943 J Florence, for hom.and businesses 692 N Orange ltI. HEATERS- .and oIL We render avaIlable-write- Photo Sur S.1
responsible. March 1724. 62. mate anytime. J..eaAd"D.e Pa. I ARMY AND NAVY GOODS at low 869 SO. Wate Inc.. 61 I FLOOR complete Installation Hmr. Small Dept 240. 12 D.a
CNC 1947 Chery. Ref FURNITURE REPAIRED I ice.CANOESWe I i CLEANERL-.Neer use water quantity for Immediate Installation City
and 2-2524 comforts orercoats. oPpit !
4013.lA.BvCbfld U.a t "ti H I. prices: bl.nel on nice floors
Bruce Cleaner
S3 8-Star like new Cabinets shoe have hand OldTown : Inc. 428 N Or MFAT CHOPPER-110 or 220roltI :
on Moer Appl.nc. :
Bx 1 TREES AND PALMS Trimmed and .r 10. Smyth Lumber Co.'
I m.rti..telt. : Orange and
week, HVAA and Nassau by boat .r T.U Prtv C.2323 NOrance. removed Bonded. Joan Newton 82 pair Come see cye. Mor- e.D, Casti Boat .I' R.ir.d. I. A. I IT h.p. motr. B.nd new. 8200
Call Orlando C.I I". 116 Irvin Street Please phone can' Salvage Store. 46 E. Church. Construction Co. I S-cn ft to I Brown A Apopi
pleasant T.nl knc. 2-10. Used abused HOM FEEPo Fla phone 12703.MAIL .
.Iter) 103 a .. Central; dial 1: FLOOR SANDING and finishing Best UPHOLSTERING SERVICE Any ASBESTOS SIDING and metal trim: CELLO SIDING-For' exterior use FREUnus.. be bought YOU'toul Waiter -I I
materials used Skilled work free Proven Smyth LumberCo indtteren' J. Wilcox. Inc.. BOXES-Rural aad dry
knotty pine pan- satisfactory &
CUBA-All-expense tours. paddinc. including sponge rubber Pine bevel siding from Orlando the homeoffnlendl. P
w .D.a'& : i H Travel Service. 3&Pin estimates Phone 3-1255 ; Expert workm.n.h.'free ealm._. ellnc-Mills .Nrbrat.. N. Orance and Railroad furniture: 5 E Church Ave. opposite Post of. fire. an right"e and Smyth Railroad Lumber Co.. I. Or

reninss. 410 lt. Phone S301 FURNITURE RErTNISHED tapestry Russ ".Ur. Co. 122 C.c ARTIST SUPPLIES-Canras, easels. CLOSETS-Plumbing fixtures; FORDSOR HEATING PADS-Genersl Electric
I IlL remaking Phone with TACRl first clan: (450 and $4 95 Knox Stores Co. CORNER BEAD-Metal
Ohio or Indiana-Will retlb P.d1. or 2221.UPHOQU shipment colors color plt .nU1CC Iedl.t de condition MEAL .U
new .t sell quick
ITC. Pced Phone 2-3163.
can estimates In. cash and 2! E Pine .tJ expansion joint I
8 I par b cover ref at Glidden's.AQUXLLA I Weldon 82 Orl.ndo.'t .
p 1 U.Ur. R."Dbl., Ross M.tr..Cow 1123 W. Church. obligation .I Freeman 711 W. Church St.CINCHLATING Wii. HEATER burner on: tieater. Lmbr ., N. OD.. and Rail-
snasonrr ?
Da : a. -Make FURNITURE piece living .o
Trail. from. m Phone 22n.BOUsWDWS Call Ingram-Urowe- W. C.DUa .watertight Why not"Ni.have the HEATER, eli; .A-I overstuffed, room I II single bed with *. .
ADVICE D rust color
; b pat
inside 2-0006 or condition telephone 2-1698. and other fireplace equipment. 729 Meed Also K.l-
Tufc Pnt T.Ue WAH 223:3.UPHOLTEG Smyth Lumber Co., N Orsns ; .. 817 JamaJo Bird MRBe.l I
44 cl.. DAY TOURS-Sllrer Springs. Dd ot Plor" 11 and slip e.r Railroad- DRP.1 for garage: 6 ft.. T x FUNNELS-.Several I I Irrna St. Irane. For Information
Nellie Cherry, Ink Tower and Cypress ed: p.lU. Bamberc. call O delivery FANS-.frepare for the hot I 9de one 7 high X 8 'ft. > Stores Co.. .I& Pine ISo and up' telephone 13.
ALCOHOLICS M.na.lDd. lunD.ad Trarel Bureau. 2.308. Pearce Upholstering Shop. 3609 S. ATC month by InstallIng an wide, Nesco It beater, platform -I 2-3163x 3 I Phone I HOIT-2 booms: 2 band operated MOP WRINGERS with palljxtra I
PhD. 51.I. RUGBY"GAB and on burner serv Orange Blou500lTrall; 2.17. attic fan in your home. We will alsohandle rocker. one settee 436 N. Shine FUR cmplet with cable 'ner wet mop several sises
Celua ; a P. fan CsD I COAT-Black Persian lamb; I boom and can be H. 220 SOrance .
I.tlUD VENETIAN BLINDS REPAIRED and the complete installation Orlando r.ls P.n H.r.a.
':0:3. t for estimates: phone 526. factory Appliance Inc.. 210 N DOORS. -New front; Miami tp.I' I floe curl perfect cDIUOD full .D. S19S Holler Chev I Pbon
? Hauling and Moving rlmbe e"prlel empt Cn Inch eFPr. Can be kncth, sue 18-20. .1.1. 21"1.
.UO I Call
HOUSE WASHED kr. win Blind Mfc Orange Phone _. at 740 S. Huchey. |I 2-1153 1. III rolet 11 W. CentraLHOTEl UATEEKatwe for cJ.
A inside like .. S. Kuhl; 8059 ,
TAN 1739 ft. run-about; inch ma-
lt. 24 I
Bide. A U ICR.U. BOAT- DINING walnut I Yout I
paint Cleaning and WaiiiiiiACmNE 9; 7& H.P. ROM SUJ9D. FLOOR RUNNER Like ubber: RESTAURANT and Bar Orange
manently & SERVICE-Official bocany ; 5 Nor A.e.
.O. good phone
Fidelity Storage W.rboU floor eurspeclalty. 2-4307 Maytac service, call and deliver Scrips bul Hat, *1OOO. Harold I 2-0190 hal prce; Lumber sq Yd. Cut to any tneth.. equipment in stock ready for im MEDICINE CABINETS Bathroom
BOARD YOU IO free estimates .. roar HEATERS CLEANED and repaired Barton Radio Service (next V. Realtor. 37 E CentraL I Co. N. Orange mll.t delivery Wood and chrome fixtures: built in Ironing
&I. 1. morlnc Hl W. Jackson Other appliance services. Work to Colony Theater). Winter Park. 1. i Condlt. I DOORS Sash; cabinets; .tl many colors; Formica telephone Smyth .a
.. Phone 2-31S4 store fixtures book I tables sizes: r and ..bIDt. L.b
Pa .
K R. N. Medlln. Phone 7364 WELL drill I masts. t.th Co. N. RailroadMEAT
.r.Dtd. your Or.D' Dd
DRGL' U 11 .o eDdi- of repair and work Or.Worrl&
.a.Ua MAYFLOWER TSI C or Day or nlcbt well ad I.ta pump for BICC.r.1 b at 21 Is E t.a "o. FURNITURE 865 Franklin SALE Singer m.rhh. "o bth. complet .t.m. tabl DISPLAY fixture by
: CAe.
.n. 15 W..hl& sewing machine
835sofa .Isc
home Easy
LI dt.n Do'e. repairs: or Washington I Tyler Fixture W.
1.UOI p.mell ton
BL BA Stn. Mme lo 1. HOM REAa.ra repnt- nothing ,. bd. 835; leather covered ch.l. electric; .t.1Ire steel coffee urns General Cooling C CeDtra.
D S SV Heating
"ldo. .he. 31 moaU t p carloads: 4Vj. with 812 and roll and frankfurt I
mortar DAVENPORT and lore seat: 87 SO: .
Belmany Well IATB2 hr.ter.
l tied IPle
.. &a l .t.e.10 e.n. lPa l"D m.e. Winter DWI. Rd.. 1 PmpSuPPb. Also 1 carload lavatories down cushions 716 Interlsehen walnut bedroom !ult. 8149 50: warmers: stainless steel .r. .. METAL OVERHEAD GARAGE
Ph. '18.BU Division ph. 7988. L.e. Bnded. D..el Otto Orlando. Phone Libby and .. 711 w Winter Park Fla bedroom suite $ ; cane-back and electric; beverage and I doors-At r price while
HOUS WAH"IU.t.m If 0 V.t Church St.iiiictaBoy.s. D. living room suite 849 w: roll top drink bea Stirs coffee makers; tray i, present stork lut Smyth Lumber
& &nic. phone. t publ oD th b.lt 7087 Junior ; 24 Inch DRINKING FtAI-Ke'n.tr. desk. t35: office ch.t. ; officetable. .I.nd. and metal curb and Co.. N. R.UDd

.A tDc'o .7873 I.d: l.h'lnlre.morinc ruD.bl.bui.rt.. d.r.*II,* it ct.m don.I.ul.preenu Ue both WASHING Service oa MACHINE all makes REPAIRS-all ..orkp.r.Dtd wh.e. phone 7651.CRIBSYouth. .i Hee.ae..ulom.tc 102 W. Churh. 822 M.): 81750 9-plece: dining 1.1 mo.I .enl glassware trays; : .Uverare.pt .tanl.s dlh.. .and.I MAHOGANY throp Orlando DESK Furniture-Governor Co.WIn 141

.lid 4161"f. and Al Wiggins. 2014 BABY beds; for ro .uit. .
VAN .STORAGE. CO- paint very run I b.a I' DUO-THERM SPACE HEAT SOS 50; S-plece new or aluminum: bar and 615 W
BOAT T Local and d.t.ne morinc stale looks Ue a new paint ., phone 6247 nettes. Tae carriages and Imm.dt.t dely.n. PDml 835: unfinished breakfast chairs all sizes; soda fountain electric cake I Curch. ,
stories. Mor- Steam Washing Co. ph. WASHING pens. CeDtr. 66 N. Prance .. 14 W. 82 95 each; S-bnrner oil range. mixers. 4O-8O quarts, electric potato -. MOTOR -Gasoline. M.J. Meal for

lawaba Rlrer Warehousemen Assn. rates. 3-3625 tory MC u sEVCI.e'r.lae BREAD BXWblt enamel 81 95 DIAMOND RING-One carat; blue 83750, 3-burner oil stove 12450 |I peeler, electric ice cream ubet '1 ..bicycle pump. 1.1 *r
.an. 323. 5286 133 N. Main INCOME TAX WORK and bookkeep- PersonneL Hn- and Co.. 35 E. I white platinum, sacrifice 8500: Ph pie cases, show cases .ae. ,II .he. P.
HAULING And morlncanywhere inc .Ic Books set up and k.pLP.rter I ice on reln.er.t ..l. ma Pine Phol. 2-3163 I 8169 or 5552 5ewefl-Thuynond Pmltur. qo. 73 : vaults cash r..t. .o .a MINK- muskrat fur coat Bis*
girdles and serrlr Call Service phone chinec W. PIne at 4070. shelving; 'ut complt 13. excellent condition 106V E.Miller .
L. O HUtD. H. P.r.Pomp 2.211. 2-1287. Bu.leA B ances Church BrittGeneral 8942. m&or .ppll, BICYCLE perfect-condition Ladies Elgin 835 Winter.ccnea. !I DINING. br.t.ROOM SUITE table-with 9 piece benches prewar a Rf Pbole I: Volusia with fitting Ave. Hen Pppr. Phone.. I I .

INCOME TAX INCOME TAX Returns computedfor 559 I 9 to 5 ; 9 t 12 weekdays Dy tl. B.ch I MOVIES for the
ea.bl rate Rent -tE-ST or farmers businesses WASHING MACHINES REPAIRED I 8O4 W. Yale A.e. FELTS A BUILDING rollroofings I'i rade. adventure H'tB..t.d' *
Kk. Pickup .r body. 904 II'dua 384 H. Or- W* repair all makes We ear all 6.ft. chicken 2 44x28" aluminum PAPER, HEATERS-3I kerosene. 1 small wood; Camera Shop 1039 1
.tt. .t Salesman. ,
Phon Op Phone 1. phone Ma parts. We refinish A work .u.r- BARBE W t staples, belt ic DESKS- Office dr.e. drawer. eve elrlp-Mills ft Nebraska '! 1 wood, double-bed range; 2 innerspiingcouches I'I O.nl r.1 2-1515 .
INCOME TAX t.d. C.I.eU .H.r RP.1 Serv inc chain mail boxes 1195.. type* 3 double NAILS-.6CO lb. 9c or trad an or
Local mo.I. LICENSED kind : hOI.t $ FURNITURB-Solid walnut dining Iron beds: 1 felt mattress
CNca 132.5. P. Bule. : 3
Weal gtora*. cratlac. .. A of work Inad. paU andrepairing S. W 2-1172. and small: Sb.p.Br. ot Stratonenciaes. Equipment 39 N. Or.ne A.. table. 5 chairs with removable upholstered metal chaise lounges wIth foli. part lo 9. or 1" pipe 1" m
Me-Moaday- .. Die'a Lone Dt call WASHING .CE RA breast drills; Pho. 5454 I seats; portable oil stoves: all I large comforts I garden. I South Cheney on OolUeurod
Serrico. 44 H 508 Ma Dial .1. I C. W. Fleming 7519.arDc A.ke wratebet brace, screw drivers: hammers DRESSES-Pllchtly used sis In good condition. Reasonable 1601 i ba.h.Y 14x14; 1 .h1 I HAn In popular 812 per
WANTED LETTER and public stenography clabl. raU J. R. Harrell'.West ; b.tbet mandrels; e.rrt.ecmJ also coats like new Jacket 101. South S. Building 12. apt 2. electric tar.uU. m.t t.. 3x6 ft. I. frO' door
M t.n fr I WIG ... : side b.ttn broe. Ph.23. .
withdrawn and .between t"ek I enle. P.rte Business RP.i. W. Oars A' '9& p.Uou pliers; tube c.no p.deea, 40. Man's suit, navy blue 39 400 FELT PA for typewriter. 81 Or ,I. HOT WATER electric 17th 8t Phone
3ft 44s.J._ B .-10th. Fidelity Service, 2127. FOR DEPENDABLE Contracting new cutters; .cuttr. pip Htllcrest ,. Supply Co. 29 I I HUT aal Gas NUT CRACKERS-Screw t. I
MURIEL P .Co. Phone 2-3184 LAWN AND GARDEN SERVICE-We and remodeling, to contract subletor dies: "o m.Uet: rop p.ln&bt DESK roll-top mahogany; bloDdo.t Pine; dial 5114 Ales and Blake"FRY I room he.tr.KeroD.Oos .tr' pl.t bntr.1819ft Knox Stores Co. 2:a P.

..1. DISTANCE UOVNJ1 5ff Orals w c.r.te service .It .UprDtCDd Fhone 116 Bed, Lees- Profile Supply Co.. 211 Butt rorktall table; Ice refrigerator; PANS-Wiiner. cast Iron fry N. 9932. I
laxtoa points. Packing eratinc. local mor ''moe motor ewpmet blra. Ila phone '2.. baby bed 8-pc dining room suite also chicken fryers dutch HOT WATER STORAGE TANK New. 2311.T..tc Oas none
ROOM. hoard .. Budd.U Moving j> Storat 889 50: 2 .t of good dining roomchairs ovens p.n..0 griddles Knox Stores Co. luae. For Inform
al pn..t .. PhO. 8154 C' ground broken for new l.cuU..t.. 31. Good Things to Eat PANS-Several sizes. ot JeDkln. .S.Dd. I 25 I. Pine Phone 2-3163 j I 1851.101 ben gauge 9OO 898 A tb see .E Amelia Are

l.n WITH TRUCK desire Albert .Bud) M.rk Information BKG Store Co., 2:E. Pine 205 I phone 2-3795 220 Boone Bt I JUICERS-Several styles wan ange Ave. WIDtr CODtrtO.. : ph. 483. (i OIL HEATERS-Korge circulating
short hauling cpnlpped BUTl k.KED-PECAN ICE CREAM-W* DUMP BODY Complete with drive Ft '
b. -
and delivery and
I' 3-3163 I table .3.26 up. I Il
SOC lumber cement, b t MIR RESILVERED; made to or- m.kl our 0.1 Pint to carry horn BATTERIES Hot Shot dry cell I .h.ft power lake off '100. 426 B. Knox Stores moel., 5. P.. Phone HEATER-H BTD C..Ltt. slightly used; tll Imel.t .Reiser. V .t.l.T.

W...I.. have yog Ph. 140" slating, class Orlando with you.. LDe7'. 149 I. OranceAvenue v flashlight -and radio H. H. ParnshHardware. i t r I l 2-3163. 75.0.8165 Air Conditioning type Con.t 5136 Block 1 Colonialtowa. PhM

SWEDISH VAN SERVICE la nice ,,01." .Mirrr WI.; 124.f CITRUS 220 B. Oranse. Phone DINING ROOM St Second '' FIREPLACE FURNISHINGS New tr.cta. 90O Orange Ave..
clean furniture vans to MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Repaired PRU1T-Pineapple-oranse. band piece just solid Park OIL : 3
shipment ; ph 48S
.8ae"u I Miami and T.mp.f Kochendarfer. Macruder Arcade. pink and Duncan .r.plr&81.OO 2-184. I condition 8189.50. Orlando andirons and reeind.' match; also. caL HTu-Pa.endlto.( pp.
wide various
ft. P
.Dt. points. Call Orlando Transfer Phone per bu Packed. $ e"preu BROADFELT 9 Co. 141 and 615 W. Prlu.I' good selection fire screens. Knox JC WATER FOUNTAIN-Perfect Ireland. Rl-ersld .
running P.rt
2240..1E Bomb colons per Room Ar- a.
to Autrey
Y.I. 1-2ll. Btorac 7510 Agents for Gal I Any 'n m then.to S Raeford Rd.rd. R. Ardoyan 12.Co.. 2501 Ed..te DINETTE piece 839'50. Stores Co. 25 E Pine Phone 2-3163. : .rODdltl.. 911" on Forest City
Transfer ... RI 017.
.Str. best te& Route i. Box 784 Orlando. .H Dr. 21215.BANQUE. I Store 458 N Orange Are Phone TREPLACE SETS-Andirons, grates OUTBOARD "OTO. Neptune. 1 io.
TRACK'S tnneriprinc. cotton and now 0 i 2-0076 Open every Tr.night wood lo H. BOAJIDO'-Oturdy I 3V, and I' stock: pork
CI.OTH-75xl05. Fillet rel R .
i CITRUS delicious b.skl heat protective top. *S7S .
Laundry Work rubber too. Russ Mattress Co.. 1122 Pt.ad Mrs Swan. DINING SUITE ec PI Or.. br. I rind Wnt"f' Hdw. 2524 Kal
111 .ld busheL Crob. 440 S. Main. I P.ris Hadw.re 20 S Co.. 25 &Pine. Phone
.. W. Church Phone 3-2213
and white mahogany. Can seen OVEN THERMOMETERS roast
.r Come and W for : : 2-184. 23163.INSUI.ATIONDouble
chip other
OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRED 81.75 pic p1 ou. 0.1. BROMS- Gold Bond Bumby and Hardware corner Reford and Peel i Pay I beef etc. 82.50. Bumby Hardware, I
fine FNIRJNe. .ad. thick
$ "pre. .
aja..to I PJB... silks don II LtRY-Ja Phone our Service Department 219 N. Tamp corner W. I .u.ltp.. brmL. ENGINE H hp.. Bngcs-Stratton t on Wool" Guaranteed to give "B.l.m 102 W. Church.OUTBOARDSi.
.ulk enl. when your machine need r.pi. ton: dial 2-4074 suitable for compressor or generator your Furniture Co.. aUe JH H P. Horse
i Smyth Lumber Co. N.
Buckeye Bt Just B.
Wool regular 88 95. tOD.
nlghU mntn
day .
old Dixie 01 1ala. Cheek with George Stuart. rood condition Phone 4783 625 W uc: phone Rsilrosd I .n 1 Waterwitcb 4- Both
: near old
86 95 Orlando Furniture ,
Ib. phone 8158 FZE CSTAT. la. : .
el.r.ar folders Used finest
M.I lt. FILES. hanging : very
Ingtoa. 615 W. Church ELECTRIC MOWERlO foot i ICE 100 lb. capacity. moel. lt.
kd. .
DI OUTBOARD "OTR RA fresh .. Laney M. Orange 14 cord C.I East II letter size .it cover. &mlhWl1'tr I I BX-Wo. 1217 Terrace 50.0 each. a Barnes.Anderson .
1.1 from 879 b 12. Lro Icoke. ..
flush:,. J Services Offered Sports All mat. Bb Ker.. Mal. Are I BEBrom.IIM.5. More.Iut.FJltur. Co 5 Jefferson St. Co.'phone 9759,tlner 41 W'I I| Dr 1' CDt .3871
EQUIP DL n. d.rAIRDECRTOR iLphone GRAPEFRUIT bu. t..rI1\I 23OO D".. ECIC RANGE-Westlnchouse: In i iI ICE BOX-10O lb. capacity con- -Circulating: wood and
VIAVI SERVICE-On* day ServIce on 245R The oranges 8Sc ba; your I balloon : eoadlUo. price 865 Phone I BARGAINS-5-drawer I 1 dition. refrigerator .o insulated decIde latr. H I r.r
Ponttsc or other Commer I 1 BICYCLE-Boy s 26 Inch new : I ITrIE.5: 5-pc. chrome porceIain -I ctl i H.rd..r. .
Bld. S4S2 ca. P.ltl. and own sui. Clark. Windennere I tires 820 Portable electric cook : 2-0065 : set 842.50: inner- 2011 8 Dl O.I&. pb
work wheel balancing I br.tf.t
p .,.> by .. : .1o. Dray red nUa cuaranteed.Stanley -Nice. Juicy ripe for store. 2 aide plates and oven nice ftkcrc WATE HEATERS-In .U mattress Furolture IRRIGATION PUMP new 2.111 .
WILl CARE or 62 anything W. el. SU.er- Pe. P. Curtis Co.329 E. Ore,. home use also Juice orances fw for trailer camsor apartment popular attractive prices. 'i 3O6 W Jrht1 j 1 Rnpp entru.a licht Gr.n.el.ht OUR MOT-8 h P. e.kl.
rslij maa or D Are home use 81 per bu.. b i. yourbasket. 828 50 1725 g Kaley Walter J. Wilcox Inc.. 61 E. Rbi, FLUORESCENT FIXTURES 14. 15 Lawson motr 3OOO t SOOO .Pere' cODtlo. I. a.u.,
... and electric welding: Are. opposite ; OPH .lt.u gsuse
son 8110 622
Excellent LI We pack and everywhere Postoflre. ; ;
BOAT OARS-6 6V4 95 chrome PDretl 28' modified been
FAINTING and decorating; furniture andtot. 20 watts 84 : 1 shot.
R..b ma. Yrk oa pap. mills, spraying: best paint Job Inside and 0.famous tree ripened fruit Bumby Hardware ... ELECTRIC TOASTERS 82 25 ap; electric I Store 10 W. Church :15 I JUICERS-Several type* and make I 895 Ph 1:7.b.rel M"e
Mlrb..a .. r.d .. out J. T. 1613 phone from our own grovee. King Fruit Church mixer and electric Irons. The I 1.11 B Parrish Had.a. 220
and brass B.Uea. lot T.1 B I h.p. Mercury;
1 .tl. McK- Fair Store 10 W. Church OtAl"2
W. P. KELLY. 7873 Co. 1401 W. Washington phone Phone
*, M.rbl.Works. BOILER 10 h. p. Ray No. 1 oIl FURNITURE SPECIAL-Sofa 2-14. eUa' eDdltL Reasonable O.
1 Cv PAINTING and ; plaster 7267 burner and ClsMtt boiler returns.with WOOD ENLARGES MM to 2V Ware and Sealy Two Bt
der.tDc I S'I I r. 11 Lt.
14. MC 6VCK patching bonded ORANGE JUICE.-Grapefruit Juice. full automatic controls. Mae- z 3Vs. no lens Print easel to sue !, 89450 now 85995: two formerly KITCHEN BISK-phon* 2-1820. OUTBOARD
TO APT OR P.1 ; genuIne .parts.ddl.ah. Orlando Hom.LDe.ltD.a. Serr- Fresh pure. sweet and dlllou. duff Ce.Der.204 Rldle.o.corner 1 1 x 14. Ph. 540-R Winter Pat. I 5O now 869 50, six formerly: I Evtnrude: .OTt moe.

Reliable l.ctr ..up. Ice phone 9948. Short notice required on I.r. R.UDd 2-10. ELECTRIC WATER : i la"50 now 874.SO. Mrrk's Furni KEROSENE CANS-S-gallon. ..1,. Pin Castle 1.h' tor an 1
plo bat 1
band employed. Pine: dial S114 -Alex and Blake" exterior, quali- 81 per gallon C i.t2 ;:;4.Gro.e I BOATS-13-foot Inboard & good gals ; vacuum a.h.: -. Avalon Hotel 483 6.0. 11.n. Knox Storea Co.. I II class 24 1. RlsO.n
PAITGJDtrlor. I I I 2 I
manage free estimate 301 W. Par Are. engine; 11-foot speed boat: electric ers; all new, get ".he Orange "Ave N'1 Pine Phone 2-3163 PAINT .
-Special designs of indi- PIPPU2SAttentioo.Aut.mobile
last. Al Wiggins. I
1.n. .Idua beauty on each home e.l please call 24287.PAINTINOInterlor. ORNGE. .r.pfr' '".er.I motor; lathe Briggg eD.lle. 9 1. metal phone 6247 1. i iELCIC KITCHEN; SINK-High beck faucets; Paint and Body Shop. We
aur.IZ and exterior: IO ripDed. t turning .ecarlL FEZERD. Forces and York. fittings Very Lawn can now supply yon for
Dt1t AYu. D Orl.lo Swap Shop 120 W Pine I' COOLERS by :I n 112.5. 9U
bu. WATER Applisnees Inc. .
screens made and repaired; plenty ship; 61 75 p 13t. mower. 86 SO; stove; all automobile la lacquer orcease.
Lost 15. 1 Curl of licensed and W. A. BCD-Bollaway. Slightly g with i]I WetD.bouo. Summer 1 here.. 428 N. Orange Ave perfect condition Phone 3-4673 Also tape; sandpaper; .ni
.tra. Barnes. PRIV ORDER of heavy cotton mattress -419 S .h Co.y? W.ltr J F broca- log rubbing compound
I."r.d. 111. LIVING ROOM dl
porch Venetian 412. AT SBP ABRIC t."zU1...tolr. RUG-9x13. mahogany -
WGS. Wilcox Ine.
Corp Ton N. Shine St. phone 5526 1 E imitation P.I Lacquer Co. 436 8
Pt. 9826 FAINT-Our work CltJ. s.bl. m.tel. d.mat davenport; : leather springrocker
PU. .
1D.lder e.rl. t.u.rale ou Po toff ire t.bl .
Ph When
Pin. qualIty 2-0531 betterpaints
.. B., liuchey.i.aRM prices are 2-921. your BABY BUOY-T.l; with pad 825 m.te 707 30th Shore.
LOST 42 1. position by owning the "extra warm"crave Road; Fred I 11." in good elcoDL R 8. Bro.u Hold.1 are made well hare them.
CAT PIANO TNIG. rebuU. factory described 'Indian River extra N. I LGH PLNTome.tl:
Winter II rick Drive intersection Or.Dle A. 2 wat& PAINT-whit* outside sad Interior
CLK REPAIRED Any Rh.ll.. 0.. Bl under Groves for EGO flour sifters: rolling .
warm grove I .l Hdw 22O
: Johns
SS94 and V Bot BEAT FURNITURE studio u..t
kind I ft
equlp- LDoleu. sell Coke Boo! sign South
dok Branrhe.uPA Phone r. pi.o
eleUla T. Sale Column Kershaw Asency. BAT. pins GodfreyHardware. : :
GLASSES -' .pnnkID. r.D. conch; porch ; Golden rd.LtERtI D. 2ll.PAIUld.
"IU ide .
sold bar Pt8P.!! 48 W. Central Ph. Re ESTIMATES.-Color angge- 44. Cooa. Plorda. air-cooled o.p 3317. E JacklD 2- clothes closet I metal cabinet: Coch- I white and nlo,.
mended with 89. painters LUC AT LANETS-Help serve ranging from 880 to 8545 Beautiful I ran Furniture 1O1S W Church St I ; 12x18 with r"+" H. H. Parrish H.rl
Tar recommended. .
ner, 107 .u Tr.&r CDOP1 UOL. Rlibl. At Olldden 70urel1 and save both Urn and family b.L r.d7 for Immediate delivery FRUIT BAKule and TS arHI. Home IDulatol.. ware. 22 8. Or.. Phone .

Fh 783 pu.. Bld.Bro.Wdo"Ve" H.th 61 money Lney.149 N. OD" "n.TMPTempleTemplr Pne. C..te B..' .Construction bushel, f' .h l type Orange Ave- Winter Pi. i PAN on Sale at reasonable price.
business. 706 We Co new Co. W. LIVING ROOM I stock sot-
ROaRS LOST .n. W. : 2-9. PIANO .TUNING-Master I ; Pe Rbi 6U. onrtufe. Complet Odld
its a beauty'' "
old. XOO4 Fruit BICYCLES Girls Firestone FlyingAce soo ph Pe snd
CHALMERS SERVICE 84 1 563. ft Anol
A8 an Rt. .D.bl. Man 5O W. Central 4232. ; Firestone. Orange andConcord. ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS Its value 1810 Hollenbeck D pl I Paint 4O7 8.
ward.rlt83 HARDWARE for
p.n tractors and power Baits Bte. 441 N. H.be I'. 2.18. 1.1.1.. GARAGE DOOR 3..1597. Str. :3'
LOST I Horn Machinery Co.. 430 PLUMBING-West Central Plumbing STOP-Lucioua ripened tanger i I Now In delirery. overhead sliding doors. Orlando FAINT outside whit 1"r.d
Robinson, phone ines. bushel or a peck: in in .tot Imedl.t Furniture 141 and 615 W. LADIES BLACK COATS-3. 501trimmed
" tains bo. 2-2713_ .H.UI. Co.. 1.. Bryan. Day 1 : .J Seed- BROADFELT Beat quality .11 .tr be.tn. S and Co- Persisn lamb size 42-44 paste: rp.mel flat. .ld
card. i Parson sand and burgundy Church. Mill
7538 Pae.ple. blu..rH 10 gallon h from
channels .drwatr : Nebr.a.
AU GPII 2-236 NI.h .te. "hcb 413 8. Osceola Il .
all sweet and Juicy. a square yard at Gild- lt.I
f W.yea REPAIRS-All work .orl&e. clon: .. 12.41 your bIO. e Also GARAGE DOORS-((2) &4,1. 865Orlando : .o 8 condltlD.. I PIANOS-Used Sptnets to ssle O
.aL Blb. -
cuaran B5e Best grapefruit : : dr.sP.
PIC .4 102 We RIO. 24 hour ; pick up and bushel bueeL, I I I large 30 all '" r' Sold I II I Fm1u. Co.. 141 and >l .pt. will rent. RI Music CO.. 11
aueLBU P delivery emr. 1204 I home loa Pond. e.. 11. da CASH REGISTERS Cash on .low .82.50.I 111 W. Curh. I II I LAWN MOWERS FAN. proe. qnal-'' I Oraose': 1. _. .
; : I Westock
WUe. R.dlo &Co .IC rlil. Register Obner weekly. I Ity. 4 models 81495 up
I Agents service -
CLAY RA.n old soul D 551. fresh drawn 65e lb. : !I GAS FLOOR PNAC &0 coae-1 the Bumby Pt-Wor.ta new, 3 b p : 3
la Frontier Store. Orange Blossom .upple.; 320 8 M.il I tion; cheap I pn.JOPh close
I RADIO service: all Hardware phu 2 yol1' ea-
BA2.h. T.u CABIN CRUISER-36'. 4. com Asol.ted Stores 10 N. Orange Ave.Phone chairs :ph 9188 Winter Park I Cuch. Conditioning Con
year expire la work I I at Air
: 2014 20U.St3Z alP I pl.d 111.
:.o 3300.kI.ECrRIC Felt 8 width
n A Wicl j LINOLEUM- b. .. Winter
deduct It from I K Kaley Are. .Iet .wpmel& mo I GASOLINE ENGINE S power I IBricss f. Co- tratr. 9 Or.. Av*
Dragline bulldoser. RADIO SERVICE 124. Articles for Rent tr. I clnder.. H P. S.D.' I Stratum; la b&O:condlI I II I 1 asoi various Edgewater colors PT Avdoyan Phone 41.PIppr..

'rctL clsy. fin ro. B B thorough radio etlr? i'I Sanford Florida or. I I tlon; please phone 4783 : 2-121. I *,".1". and IV*.
write A. Haward. General DeliverySanford All types, tires ball
Son P. .r.de'l LAWN
Ba Try .Pick ap delnn. BULLDOZER FOR RENT Hour or I I for full 15% HT overlook this GAS RANGE-Apartment sixe; 3 MOWS. lawn .lt fIUI. A CII
aD Pbl gweeperc.Wyckoff'
: 1413 E Central nle $ & contract, land clearing. L E p.rlcul.r. d.eoun&Dn" Orlando blne. front dor. Dew Ill E .. ; 11.95. 2524 up: Kuhl |I CODtra. O.I" WI
b.r..II. .
BE AND PEARL STRINGING. Phone 1712. Strata .2-14. Appliance .o.. N.Or.D. R1n. A. ciy. I 485__
Jweln and watch repair, guaran ap- FLOOR SANDER edger and polisher ... Phone 4537 Ic matched Irons. 4'' LADDERS step and utu1 i ibarrows. PRESTO LOOS-Ideal for fireplaces.canipstoves' .
.. 11 RIO RDA .ma OL CU1 : kitchen seats:
Johns 2208 toU' outdoor grill
"ortn.rate. Hrd..re. .d.e..te bag 8110-call
pl rt. ELECTRIC .
InUe 2525
I I Drive APPCPrble't7.ntr. "o. Wyckoff Hdw I Or and
Lumber Co
AND PRESSING Boyd at 2524 2-115. CORNER CABINETS-solid mahogany R I I R.
WJcto. I
u, .. lne mar. pl.tol I aoality thoroughly
and carry price will gar pn I standard -
ft ft
Aer.1 (60 GARDEN ta 25 and 50 -EO.
tol e.lr. r.L bne--br.e 1200 ft. ORVN
Brine your clothe 8upe- i RADIO REPAIRS-Expert -8". new edger Indl.ldu.li .: seasoned appr"lm.tl
service various
t oa up length Southern Stores. 692 i
r.U hou.bold i
I 1Dled 221.I paaU.. .rll. of boards 135O ft
Cleaners. 214 Boon C. Burke. 1803 Bomb gift rwr
BUILDING : I all makes. Associated and models. Immediateattention. R'851.FLR S A. I 327 Huchey Coun N Orange | 2X4. 8 ft: approximately 1450 ft I PIlate ==

newhomes Stn 143 N.O.I&e GIN. &.cbne. dltU.t. and GARBAGE CANS 20 gallon capacity: of 2 x 6. 12 sod 14 I.; .Ppr"l.t, diY. IU.n __
and repairs 1 homes and. I I A.e. POLISHER (new) and cabi .D.1r. fn alrultura and 82 98: Great 5t.r Stores C92 I ly 1300 ft of 2 a I. 12, 11'' P Ca. Fa : :
b1Un of any Ud. S T. P.Pl.r. by day or Ph Industrial l'IAIIOO-MsseSand Ha-ilia. WslButfmtah.
i house- .nde hou. N. Orange : phone !
RGE tD Ford. Pp
39 E 8-4032 BEVCa '. I 2-27.
A..h. 22821. Hdw. COLT I A Supply 63O For farther 1or..UO se*
Kuh porcelain table: lady C.
PITAL Curh. 111 GAS bottled gas and LIVING ROOM SUITE-Pre-war
t CAL -I collect the .trl rebuilding, repairing cases coolerEFerguson FLOOR SANDER and nicer new I cot.1 embroidered and rro-I ELECTRIC STOVE, in good condition; city RNGEP.1.. Walter J. Wilcox I' wicker rocker table; shades 1 727 1 Oak At.Cntiued
.14 do your small Job & I ReIqe.uol ft N. T.r.:I equipment: reasonable: Pi 2-2821.Wyckolt i : linens. PaC, for sale or will trade lor electric I I Inc.. 61.. Robinson, opposite Post-I drape lm. etc I to 3 p.mweekdsys. '
C 34R6. Newcomer. phone 152 '.Hdw.. 2524 ] I dishes dou ; rfr.eato ph. 7575 I I office I Y.l Ave i [ On Next Pare

ers In walks of life, who were levels rated the inven 1 close to Administraaon circles de-

Electric Light Voted asked: a ton eucato i approximately the same 'The Battle of the Subways'To : Closed Shop care today. I

, "What do you think Is the except for people who have I ': He such an act would only

greatest invention that has ever had some college training. They I sid
Be Fought Nickel Front- antagonize labor and accomplish
been made? on
singled out the wheel second in I for management
in The Questioning brought out the i iI a Ban Bill noUg bu.

; Tops inventions I fact that the term. invention is i i importance tions. t electrical inven I NEW STORK [AP] Traditionally free-spending New' RappedRALEIGH opinion if it would Interstate unconstitutional --

one which the average Americanuses i *r I Yorkers are arguing over a nickel. 1 ; commerce. ape t

lr GEORGE GALLUP to describe many things ineluding I I II Each person who named Invention Into City Hall tomorrow swirls "The Battle of'the Subways" ;, N. C. tTJPl Legislative fa

t [Director, American I Institute o Public Oii] i I such a the discoveries process of and splitting processes the, to know was ake. "Do you it a?hp' when public hearings will get under way to determine -I action t outlaw the closed I, trod The need anti-closed in the House shop bi Rp.Lroy In- r

pen "ho whether subway fares should be raised from five to 10 in North Carolina would
t PRINCETON N. J.-On the anniversary of I atm | I connection with the I II shop b Scott of Buor

Tomas A. Edison's birth, to be celebrated Feb.. 11, the The list of inventions named by I Wrh Brothers ale I .nt. i an "ee slap In labor's fire froU lbr lead

<. the public shown in order 1 Lindbergh the I At stake a long-standing and may spasm one of thecurrent
people vote the invention of the electric light, i bow. Vic were i, i face and "woW more harm en

r and the harnessing of electric power generally, the great- of each the fruenc. 01 nes most of often the mentioned.telephone T,I that Here you can ride laher ; than good. one veteran legislator Iritv session's bitterest -

ivntor .er I i faster for a nickel than fiht
est inventions ever made. Electric light, power Alexander Graham Bell i iI 1 '

- Ma&ienUt trill b surmised < electrical appliances ....... % (correct a]. Don Ameche and Samuel else in the world. I> New York Washington State Labor Commissioner Fret

hear American Atom bomb ___..________... F. B. Morse, who invented the A nickel subway fare h j' than he t get work tat H. Shoford w t

.f t tt te average There a also m things Radio ,_ ._ .12 wired telegraph.The 'a political ghost to city {1 face conveyance. t s- lad State House opposition t

rates inventions associated with which some people wish had never The wheel .. .. names of Edison and Benjamin trations for years a it I .

. electricity fa above such Inventions been invented o suchas AIDe ... _ Franklin were given most growing deict Wen the I GrcU cost

. a the airplane, the wheel, the atom dvee gunpowder, .. _ 4 frequentlyln connection with elec- '|I subway rle te ad unheaithybutthey A Handy Relative!

bb. _._ _ 4 tricity. As for the imentor of the a no i a
the steam engine and the printing alarm cok chewing gum dent Autmobi.Ste .. 2 wheel, to who attempted any : since has wanted t make t I i have t keep o riding tm I DU. la. IAPA] The Earl
press a of which revolutionized d sot machines and tele Radar ...- SPrinting guess a said mostly, me'': popular move o r it. :I Irritable p&neen. sheve ,snowbound for two
a ,
human society.: press .. SWashing Egyptian.* Now Mayor. and weeks bad a restocked larder yes I

Th second most Ipt phones I machine :., .. 1 He Ford got more credit - --- sort namP. -and keep on terday thanks to a flying relative. ..

; scientific dvel. In A coast coast ppll Inventions Tflniioa _ 1 any one else for the autzo, America, and other J ridinr. Harvey Weber. airport operator

"of the puble i developing of t b Othfn ...-.-.-..- 9 1,, bile, while the invention i I One m m said I There is n atmt.\'e t I,, here. has made two flights to his

t at atomic energy .conducted by the Itt No .. .. was ascribed to Marconi. Farra- is the greatest lug subways r-i I brother's farm to drop

I rated third in importance. among a cross-section of vot- It was : bat pi of Sa I day the Radio Corporation of i i I finest Invention ivnt w m"I I working C Wall St. could fly from jI | how much 1 i worth?qet i |: newspapers and other supplies.f. groceries.

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( from Preceding Part] 33. Article for Sale J3. Fuel OU and Wood_ I 41. Poultry and Supplies 31. Houses for Sale 51. Houses for g8vU I(5L Houses for Sale 31. Houses for Sale I frunhajj.I
I : --- nittnriiiI

T underwood; good M QUA FUEL OI S Jnrt Ilk. ta SEND PSTCA today for fre In- I[ COLLEGE PARK-On. of th* most j I Isttrsctlve COLLEGE PAJUC Convenient I. GRAND ..-Newly built 111111I'- I

Articles for Sale tlU. 1813 Worth Orange nta blnke home. For I Blue ..- two bedroom bungalow I stores bus and school. ranu.hed I IonS bedroom uafurnisbed mom ORLANDO. FLORTDA

33 Avenue. Oil Co.. Inc. call 8118, OrlandoFuel I I i I old and started chicks. Blue Rlhb ALTAMONTB $SPRINGS with extra sIzed lot nIceLy landscaped !{ bungalow of 5 large bright and airy to Orange Blossom Trail. $3500. Sam I FEBRUARY 9, 1947 PAGE 13

PtPX and Black H.Ser.35. Fon7t. BL DP&. I I that w* have had. reasonably priced ila rooms breakfast nock; lifetime roof. Johnson Co.. 208 8. Mala. I IOCNNISON

ruu. ? alt &T' TYPEWRITER Remington. L C WOOD-Get yours while I have' 15 Atnt. 3-blrol. some furlur.: ettnu sometime. It Is completely furnished S9SOO. Allen Johnson Realtor. 140N. i i
b A terms. I and has in one bedroom a bed for Orange 8612.SpecialiXlni la ST.-Outstanding modern
We 1400 1a. \
W. Church plenty I 51.
; 10. 12 BOOMS for Sale
.3 11. EmitS or 1.d.no Why wait for 8. Bomb. can deUnr. C.r.a I I 45 Apartments for Rent I I the extra tall person. Can O'Harra-1 I Homes."_ I I pre-war frame bungalow better
t PUMPS-.Centrum&l for gtovg I' I Lake roltFe price saooI 1 Moore. Realtors. 22380. 109 E. PlDe.I I II I than new; oak floors; 3 bedrooms

farm Pp. Pipe a hard get new -machine when 50 CORDS of grove pine at $15 per 1 HARWOOD Ave.-Lower duplex suitable I I 'I I COLONULTOWN-Immedlat. possesI one better than 13x10 WIth twin beds
; Co.. JU W. Church. 6118. & o cord carrigaa .Boland. Inc. CarI I for .professional office I II I CENTRAL AVI.-One of the best prewar I swa. Perfect condition Inside SnIP living room 16x12; Ul* wall bath and > LAKE KILLARKET 6ECTIOK'-Pram*
.asp houses wo have this two-bed- J i.ut. ualumistied and bath shoaen dsrllght electric kitchen oilheat I tnree-bedroom furnished bcu-.
can get a good used on* rican N. Orange; phone 1 : 4 large rooms and one- i Lake bungalow 3 : rooms j ;
: medium apright; good co 1e Bld. 1 year leas. or $bat | rPhe I room bungalow ha* the square foot I 11 screened front and back porece j $2JOU worth of attractive fur- Recently painted Inside and cut

dition; oil heater; '11' ately. Let show our stock Fla. 2-:: bal Mathews pl month I bro. pre 118.0.I area all the modern features quality I'Fruit.j 1 car larate. shady well iushnss. Located between 3 lakes. i Large front screened porch 0:. t

" bicycle: 1024 tm. you Broker 206 8. .It. 7811.Hut Realtors L of materials and construction the 'i throbbed lot. A 10.000 00 home for For 814.5OO. T. K. HutUS,& Realtor possersion. Only 95 SOO. McN-jtt-H:*.<-

PUMPS electrio dere and shallow Business Equip. Co. 390 N. Orange 37. Fern and SoD I Hlekel-.al. ; II Rb large and sttrsctlve site that make ,.only 8T17S 00. Call Ray Holcomb I Rm. 0 Central Arcane; 4237.iGHAND I. icy Realtors, 1} W. Waslunitaa St.

\ .ell. Easy payment nothing down LAKE FRONT-rfrtreocy! enactment: I 101 3-37:3. It better and cheaper to buy It than with O'Harra-Uoor Realtors 2-238O. A VL School Phone S1O8.

i aD.lt.U pr moth Bel- Ave. Phon COLD SMOKE -the F best rut. 0" bus line: 310 E.e.ater D. Atmolt. Spring Office. Winter build. Price. 111.800.00. O'Harra-I 1109: S. Pine. For Sunday appoint- 'I school and bus section large one 6-
UTCORFaml I t .adeD 2-2380 109 E. Pine. meld call 7259.CHEROKIE rO-hr:
.nrl Moore. : LAKE DAVIS SBC'l'IO-Rurgalrw.
j S
D. PP Bppl. Brook- I APARTMENT room: famished exI Homer 8eweH. Maabger. I I A-l condition; move

Winter Gardel R 1 e. band nev haven D.SO' 831. 58 I cept for linens and kitchen uten-I I'I'I COLLEGE PARK This 3-bedroon PARK_If yea want 4 ,right in. 811OO cash $45 per mouth rooms and a5esie LC puree, fep.are.,
Orb ph.
VIOrlndo '07. lew. I .. South ormac Blossom Trail bungalow was built in 1941. is attractive 1 in a marvelous location I'I I oa balance of $6950.1eb7 pay rent new cabinets- twk kitchen scrT.it
PRESSURE COOKERS and 7-o.ue.rt Please phone ..655.t' 8tDad. COW lT Pest: any ; Weber'e Corner. I clean and located on a sec r, lange living room dining 'Call. William with Sam : perch and laundry tubs 2 car tar
heeL H. 320B. soil fill dirt i 'I of beautiful homes. Price ef !1iuL. Broker. 206 S. Main. 'IJlGRULY I age: IS large- citrus all kinds, ofi
aAOU" tP street and kiictirn. 114000 00. eatiiy
H P B.a. room
VACUUM CLEANER-Electric, Ham- I IAOUnT-t.pnln home and i Hun good plan for .--tr-km: sr.d
05.08s. A. P.O. Box 102. FOR modern __..
teetado Mt n
Wrt I .P. R-A cn a10 000 i 1l"'Dcell.gna to SOlftfl. V>nt-! ST.. 520-Frame bunsatow,
( llwa BcaUk H. H. Parrtsh Hard P1*. phone County. tiles vc pc *. at 1.18 I I:I Allen Johnson. Realtor. 140 N. Or- I garden; bnaudlat poese-ion. S', su
k JRJtJ CKN.t.1 !2- t'.. 229 8. Prang Ikh.n '1 Pour Palm Tourist Horn. 6010 Jlrd St.; one half block to bus neariy I 1 in Homes. i' ney Spiegel Realty Co. Realtors 7C6 I: 2 bedrooms glassed-in aleepungporch. ; terms. Sam Jes C* 208 8 Msn
|/ BWb rnoDO1It1. I 3R12. 83.OOO or will 'ante; 6612.Specializing ;Mf.csU Bidg.. 23269. Completely furnished. $5500 j
11.0. Hd I Cheney .,. Slle. fUIshe.
'.Sfe. W. VENETIAN BLINDS At last Pella. I MANURE $15 B.b. : sell make cash balance mortgage. O. C. SIC.art. .- I'
ton the
POULTRY at (I ; an terms if .
10 2 bedrOOIII
inclosed head blinds at new reduced I Ipticed i I II i CLOSE IN-Ne. masonry DELANEY SECTION-Ifi priced rUM iS3OO LAKE FRONT-"Silver Manor New
. POULTRY Falrvllla Poultry Farm, phone 5927. I d C. U. Taylor Broker, 2516 Realtor. O'Neal Arcade 11788.I .
WlFer .atn.< with flexible or aiununum -' 46. Houses for Rent i : conatrot''d. Hardwood floorsalu $ Paved street well built 5 1 masonry construction: a bedroom
j fount ad 1ldn. H H slat 3 rl 4 week I flowers ii i N. e. 5844 or 2-2183. '. ,minum casement windows; venetiau room home wih bath. Frail and lovely i HOLDi.'I-HEtGHTS-Ez&r. nice modern 2 Hollywood tile batbs. basemen;

Pa Hrd..r. 8 delivery i c luaUt I 15. runts, and LAKEFRONT: HOME-On Apopka'' APOPKA-New 3-bedroom modern I'| 'blinds partly furnished Owner 910 Sob.... Quick possession owner 2-bedroom furnished bungalow. ;i steam heating 21x31 living room
2-141. l ,iU. .It'' Just west Winter I bungalow furnished. Immediate '! Arlington Ave. I moving to country. See It thru Clay- i About 5 years old. On a larse. fenced Oregon panelling steel concrete and
&u IDtlt. i AUSTRALIAN PINES. 25c: ell I I I
PIANO Ib.a a.ht Drn; dial .I I humus. modern. Yearly only.nR"I Garage. Paved street. .I d..atr I $3; peat SOc psD II
I 25. 1 and citrus small 1-room cottage with
20 .
Blonde tsktfront. clay
r Hotel assume $2.900 genuine 1 i
.la' .pt. An VENETIAN new f Colonial Ed.e..ter Dil Rm. i I bungalow large rooms screened I II
This attractive corner in bark yard. $4750. SamI
Sent lieS 1m.; BD U e eat.ter. Nun.r.. I I I I Asber Peter, Realtor & lot fruit plumbing roof: large screened t>orc', and t, e4
.a'c. ;front
1. porch large palms
Wlnt.r ;
Oad.D.'I : ;
Excellent like .I.nlo .teL Al aum B. Collal. I and Main: : :' I property on the east sine presents I nue Francisco. Realtor room 4. Cen- patio overlooking lake High: ie'I
cldltOI Duos bwd. .lo. ,had. .I 2-786. ,paved street; sewer; garage. Collatefor of the best home and income i jporaibUities tral Arcade; 7407.i '
artistic Available one
$784. term Co.lt' IMS Berkshire AZALEAS cut f.er table NEW HOUSE- M.rc 15 to j strict** tocatiea. Can. H KUirtdg
1 7950. T. K. Ha '
income too
Av*. M.nor 8242. A.. $.61 Orl" Witr derat .I. anywhere; 'I Nov. 1; kltb.n living [ ADAIR PAR. 520 Greely St. Com j ings. Realtor. Rm. 6 Central Arcade- we h... Tile owners i BOLDER HEIGHTS-928 28th St ; 2-3176.
: in family find it far too
I only two j
furI I '
cotecojuo KtU.e'.. ; frU. room b.tt. Compl.t i I ; including 1.410( I 4-room bungalow and porch partlyi
PTaA met .IU I $10; niched electric Frigi- washing machine lures and have made an extraordinarily j
dry- VAcM CK2 r.d corn ; vacuum i furnished; going north; Immediate
a. A ctb ; $45. A1UH1A Ptull. no..r daire. block fair price to enable someone
W. ..11 I and H from city U and etc 6-room frame home. Hardwoodfloors. j possession.
.r Bub Hardware. oten; I I in having home I LASS FRONT-Beautllul Isle front
331 Fairbanks Winter Park to buy
A. ; Orange TralL $350 tile sink drains, large spac*
1411 E. '
Williams. Bla. Aduu. I ores
phone 877-B. Concrd for heater large screened oak and! 'CONWAY 8ECTTOH-Lake view du1 I and Call O'Uarra-Meore. ; HARVARD AyE.-Attl31ctIle 5-room i home on en* aers of ground e::h

PL.OWB-Brtedl.y. 7 sod BLINDS-28". 30", 32", BELGIAN AZALEAS bird baths. J.. H.I.II.d.ane.1; owner going p.nle.C..h I IAt palm shade: fruit pr. Preferred 1 Jaabbrb plex home. Large plot. Perfect i I Realtors for the number and took :I; bungalow; SpanUh architecture; '1130 feet lake frontage. Modern bus

Bumby Bard war. Co.. lOr"! VEE width dl.r.terra-eotta planters plant 1 I 18th St.. Orlando. .or I I Lot 50x150 ft. One
Church. slat & $6 wt auu. ., food. Peggy Jo'. Garden. not-too-old borne. By to miss this one. Act quickly. 2-2380: 109 E. pIne.DELLEBY heat; fruit. A good buy at $8500. Vacant : large cyprass paneled lIving
bld .a 2319 N. Orange2-l727. :: FURNISHED bedroom forf.mi. bt.r : We have the key. "Don't be room ail electric kitchen, two 10 x-U
POWER TOOLS. Locaa aet lathes i 1T39 *.; dial 8059. Orlando bOi. I owner O..nn, town Quick .. See Mark with Louis Gesslin. Realtor. I STREET SECTION-Excellent Realtor. Rm. screened porches, ecu overlooking the
tourist Gas Hasty HasUnss.
and Thor Venetian Blinds ManufacturincCo. CITRUS TE-pecans and all fruit Only $5.6OO cash 143 N Main; 2-1464. see
.hapr .101 U2.6O. I neighborhood 2-story 4- lke. 2-ear
DWa' ;
electric trees for this section. equipment; utilities furnished I ; 6 Central Arcade; 4137. carag wIlls servants quar
today I.
! Inspection bedroom living room; dining room: ters. aice'land beach. Ideal for
Privilege of Springs included. I i ; sa:m'
screw driven due gander I Mills Nebraska to Poole's Nursery. RDt 1 to 4 p.m.BEEY I HIGHLAND ST. 836 Attention: WinI -
:1 t I j' lot
VENETIAN BD by week. Exceptional ,I kitchen and batb. 100 ft corner mine, boating and fishing Ystlell
Peu. Ph. M.Du.ctu Sterns good buy
Mount Visitors.
I 373. Dra la Orlndo Ctm Wt C.EA..ia gardenias, and ply at Sanlando Springs or .p SHORES -'Waiting to,1, CONWAY SECTION New S room ; garage. Price 4500. Mr. Nunn ter a of btsring citrus tree This is a
I PORTABLE with fan garden *. Slat Shed Ph bungalow Just completed. S acres Inc.. Broker. $10500. Furnished Brick bungalow. .
HT delnr. WoHdcUT pla ter Park 522-M. i I see this unusual of- with Herman Goodwin. < property of unusual charm and dslrabillty.
hoi Economy AutoStore. Green house. Irrigation system forced I "uld Bt.r possesi I I.IOn. !I rooms and' bath. Rented for $65
rich land
I er. li mesu.d fe A bungalow in garden immedlat 677 N. Orange; dial 9855. '. See Oeo. F Bras ReaiyCo.
tt'li per-
f 235 8. Oranse 8443. .. Leggett Camellia TWO FURNISHED Lake Real-l month worth waiting for. Call lori
; I Orlando. Nursery HOUSE $4000. Harold V. Condict, I 19 E. Central phone 2-3155
PIANO-Adam Scbaaf. excellent without 7 m. Orlando tw.. :0J Ate. RU L Box 712-L. OrI I II I I 8hr Dr. between 1t Dra and feet lakeview setting Just completedby. tor. 31 E. Central. 6137. DUBSDREAD SECTION-A most attractive I j' appointment account illness. Exclu-
co obaUI V.nU J I ..albl. 7 14; contractor owner. 2 bedrooms, 2 I new masonry constructed < sire O. c. Stewart Realtor. O'Nea.lI
dition. Call :10 between e &I Band 131 RubS; 851. CITRUS I)I $65 per permanent adult baths, one opening on dressing alcove I COLLEGE PARK-If you are looking home. 2 bedrooms unfurnished ex-1 I Arcade. 1788.I I

1 am. VEE BTcI I TREES Full grown Winter tenants preferred; 8. Piles.j with built-in vanity and uptocelling : for a bargain. 3 bedroom pre-war I cept for stove and refrigerator tile j LAKE HOLDEN SECTION Brsn.1
SHARPENERS. I di Park Nursery and Landscaping Co..i I drawers and cub.rd.. Lane 'construction and best location don't :, bath and kitchen: excellent condition. {I HARRISON: VE.-orr old Apopka new masonry bungalow, clear rtne
Amra' buugalow.furnished.
1ECI ph. Winter Park 35. i -For Highway. 2 room block
steel wood. Manufactured In paneled den. t fail to hurry and Inspect this outstanding floors
electric pencil our own I Ii Foyer with term full bath. 2 alee bedrooms
$12.500 generous
I I b.a price
two. Midget
City, midway Orlando 1 offer.I .
$2750. Check with Oeorg = I moel fatr. Cash or terms CAMELLIAS; azaleas: J1 ldI;i Sanford. Rt. 17. I)I Sunken living room with pictur.11 i home close to shopping Call Charlotte C. Smith wIth David j Stake with larse clasiti. Uviac room
13 8. St.. phone 8158. .0. .$ pr mODU Free -l.ta j I scape shrubbery; I II dow. fireplace: French to large i 1 'ter and bus. Home Is modern cell-I Andreas Realtor. Winter Park. Ph. j I HOLDEN HEIGHTS New 2 bedroom nette-kttcnea. screen front porch

W.1 I R.dbl 11 C. lOl Musselwhlte H.re. B. .I 147. |I screened porch at rear. Full dining 'tip-top condition. Large and 659. I masonry constructed house for salei and attached garage. Price $7 $00 oo ,
phone I Rooms for Rent :j landscaped lot. Its best take late model
GRASS-Centipede sod leton'l j I I room. Perf.c modern kitchen. Com< our DAYTONA BEACH- Ocean front i 1024-27th St. will Harlow a. Fredrick. 118 M. OrailIr.
and I I 1 Priced $ Including kitchen soGlances i car ta trade. See owner. Harold L.j Dial! 8188."It .
FAINT-' arrived. _pl.t Hue WELDING WCHPr.bl.. 2Aprat.1 Payne.Bumb,. CO.., DrAe. K K. CLOSE IN-Double rooms; prefer moou. &. Bedroom! eupb.rc. -O'h heating. Terms.Jamernofl !I!I home. 3 bedrooms 2 baths: an < Meadows I015-26th St. great to Bv* ia Orlando.-
i j jLIQUSTRCM furuabJI.
of and outride Ood 18. please telephone electric kitchen; servants quarters. j
; 2-3046 I
ln. paint coupI. kitchen equipment and Carter Realtors 70 E. I
trey Hl.a.34 L JUU..Pba' 150. WI aee.p, best .. O. a I j bt.. 1 and 2 Sunday. i, Inelud.d prc. Central phone A. T. IBuster;. Completely furnished. Automatic oil ; HARDING AVt.-s mile north CItyLImIts .
231.PIO W.rd Wtd.rmer.. PIa -Exum. Lockhart. i 121.0.. I..te d.Unn. Walt.n 9516. carter'I'I furnace. Lot SOx35O ft. Priced to on old Apopka Hwbway. :
COLONIALTOWN Nice for n. 668 N. Orange phone I
l room R.l real buy: lot
WINDOWS la stock for immediate I I''I 2-4596. sell at $16.000. Sanders and Siflord. Garase apartment; a LAKE FRONT Lake Kaawles Winter
delivery; doubt hung; four light; rent. Next M batb. oaemel pref COLLEGE PARK .. !, Realtors Daytona Beach 170.i i 60 z 133: lights water. See Ed Walsh. Park: Lovely three bedroom. two

representative standard sixes. ROE BUSHES-World.* B..t. Hint ,' Telephone :;:, ;BROWN ST.; B., Section-Frame cot- nuhed. 2-bedrooms; floor furnace; I i i fvA! HOE LAKE-Ju't above Hlvlew tile bath borne. This I Is a beautlfuilr
h Complt wt and DELASEY ST.-Lov..I new 3-bed-I
Bl.i glass al care eultu. tllustrat-t tI' J I CLOSE IN-Attractive double room I I: tate, newly painted. Available. 1 large screened porch. Attached gaj I j I I 7S'xl3S' Vacant new mallOlIrr designed horns with convenient floor
rent refinisb. New a frme. a Jl screen I'I e catalog. McClnng Bro R I I private home adjoining bath gas ''I '1.15. Ann Goodwin with Herman 1 1I rage. Immediate possession. Easy |I room oa corner.loi Breeseway. garage -j I bnneslow. 2 bedrooms. $12,5OO. H I Pisa. Attractive feature include furnace -
need pianos Bobtnsoa Musi Pa t Tyler, Texas. with in thisI
b.ID" 1d. laundry. room
aD J I InC ; I terms If wanted. $9 800. C. R. Emerlce.E.ealtor.619 .
uterI. hut 'I Broker. 677 N. OrI heat
WadeScottInc. in room. Ph. 2-6O61. Realtor O'Neal i rug covered floors laundry
| rash. O. C Stewart.
531 1C. Orans-e. I 'N I I I house large and have all I be
SOUR SEEDLINGS 10'to tange dial i Orange.: dial 734$. are
I i
I Av*.; dial 2-2920. -30.000. CASSELBEHRY: I : 9O55. I acuities. 2-car port and Urge
PAINT-15 gallon: $1 pet I m.l"r'e inches high. 10,000 rough I I Ii Azalea L. I' I CHlKOKEB"PARK extra features you would build Into I Arcade 97g8 j jI corner lot I33x2 0. streets -
4-bed are pavedIn
.a. I Ii 2-story
BUMBY AVE.. 1801 2-bedrooms
: American -
ladders; ; Plan Hotel; riding ,, I. of The location is
taken all. Plywood 7V x36 ; .tp i 10 to 24 Inches high. I Ii I horas. a home your own. ,I INDIANA A''E.-2 bedrooms: plas- this
ft 11.6 fishing, i' and screened porch. Bath room home furnished plus nice garase -
Sat hunting In : '' I
home season. 14500.
piece ha** 75Plywood 15 pruning shears; saws; i $3' per F.O P. i; .I.pplnt without fsult. The price is lend<1 walls Newly painted. Nice 820 000 00. Harlow a. Fredrick. 118
.utsld Ubl $5 I$8. Desk shectIns. I accessories all at Mills & Nebraska. ShuDlnl. 1.0..., Fla. hre I.! Psrk. 9174-w. I I electricity: city .t.r: paved street; I apartment. Immediate posses i Sammie Francisco. Realtor; room 4. and clean Available. We nave thei N Oranse. Dial 8186."If .
Pnce listed $20.000. C. R. ,
bus service. I at
tile $ ; 10 and inch SAFES Absolutely fire and BUSLINE-Haxard St. ,' N. condlla Extra sion. '' Central Arc.de.07.. I key. S2 000 cash balance monthly. "
I DUIDRA great ta lIes Orlando.
1 la
WA 15,000 CITRUS TREES lot North. I II Emerlck Realtor. 610 K. Orange dial I
-Priced to i on I
$2. Lusgas trailer good $ $85. averagesafety i, new furniture; elecJ J' a.5 orer coo DUBSDREAD.-Under construction. 3 :! Price. $6000. Ann Goodwin with
burllal prof. I
c.p.dt set 1947. Hamlins. ParsonBrownx. i i to. To Inspect I 738. .. I j
6010 Cheney Highway. I deposit box. b installed .h trie brat; :privileges for business I'or I 2-3033 :1 room and batb. Be completed about Herman Goodwin. Inc., Broker. 677

PIANO used: Cone clarinets, in new or old eODUcto. Special Templ.e'Ptrl" valen- lady. New .bouse with blue roof ,,' 'j CLOSE IN-Five room bungalow com- i' March 1st. frame ronstrncted Price :I j N. Orsnte dial 9855.JAMAJOEmsll .
cr I$4600. rigs sour and i taclngRadlo all day Sunday. i Cot ONIALTOWM csn move I I pletely lurnl&hed and on large lot. Dubs- LAKE SILVER SECTION Oeuuin*
drum sticks. c Store. To..rL Yo I ) $42OO. Overspln drive next to furnIshed cottage onI
Nelrub. lemon
ni-Mll | root. Plymouth I II r rI red brick house built In 1940 Ihis-
H 1. rleht! Into this furnished 51 Is a bargain and can be bought I
Church lP Arc. 7315. Smith PARK LAKE : dread RIding 5'.ble. 3 Sue to4. move In to-
; I WATER well and Irrigation cPpU. Pla. Ph. 21. II I SECION-L. private room frame home good condition. I for $2juO doan. balance SoO s-n i ,, with Herman dainty compact little home hag two

POWER PLANT-N. alulnu.350 I pip*, pump engine WILl. DELIVER 1 H. Temples budded .U G.ntlm"l I Screened front porch glassed sleep.1 t nt Walter W. Ruse Inv. Co. 49N. | nfllSDREAo.concr..te block. 2-bed-,I morrow. $4OOO. Mr. .Runes 677 N- bedrooms tile batb haidwood
watt; 817JsmaJo Supply Co. 63O W. Church; Irr| J Ier.d. .telephone 2"WI I room house: extra lot Mortgage uoodwtn. Inc. floors an electric kitchen and nicely
remot clvoL ,10. on sour orange root between June'and I tOg porch, electric kltcbeo. $7 550. i Orange A... IrwIn Manor office > Oren. dial S855.
i I WARBE TUNK-ol Feb. 1948. $1 00. 1,3 cash balance ROBINSON AVE.. 1214 E.-Room !: Allen Johnson. Realtor. 140 N. Or- 335o N. Oranse .._e __ | ".750. Casb needed $2.250 Or will | : landscaped grounds with lake privIleges -
with double bed home I : take car as part down payment Im- JAMAJO "Where gentle breese Priced at 12.500 and be
I ; ; ; faa
T&ft. Norse; per JormatMI Lk.lD iL when delivered. Reference given. I Ii prh.I. anve; 8612. Speclalirlng In Homes. CLOSE LN Well located ..Dlt .
JFROE rocker; or ..phone 2-2703. ,i Will consider budding any stock oa walking dlt.n.; at .IP. mediate possession. Partly furnished: blow." 2-bedroom home in excellent financed. Harww O. FredrKk. 118
with 1
Modern building. 4-car
COLNIL GARDENS apt. garage near bus. Overspln Drive across from condition living room with fireplace ; N. orange. Dial 515$.
rollaway baby stroller 1315 WINDOW FAN 20-Inch Emerson. rough lemon-eleo's SINGLE ROOM I I I
or and double
sour orange
one totalof
In the
room bungalow best 2 apartments above mating a '
fr.m. write P.O. Box kitchen break-I "
Or dining
East: r.b j Walter i. Wllcox. Inc East root. G. Ward. Via tar men; please telephone 2-3115. I Riding Stables. room. "It s great to live In Orlando.
I I 1 i iI i! 8 Wtdemr. I of condition offered completely furnished six rental units. This property 661. I Cast nook and bath enclosed front .

ROLLS RAZOR -New h.n and strap ,I Robinson Av*. j I ELDERLY-Refined gentleman de- for only $10 0 with ."c.1I ,needs paint and some repairs but I! porch lane lot. Price $10.000. t..rm-. '
.It two extra }dc Phone 2- WASTE BASKETS-White and colors. 'j 39. Livestock and Supplies .u room and hard In I lent terms. Weir 628 K. P. must be. sold to lt estate.Prewar I DUBSDREAD-Mut sell this week. | Janterson & Carter. Realtors. 70 E.I .
prvat i.a
j 61 and $1.25. Knox Store Co. 25 I'i iC. i BRAHMAN COWS Eleven I P.O. Box 4641. Income more 12*> on Very attractive furnished home. 3 I Crntral. phone A T. C rter 9516. i iI LANCASTER PARK-Beautiful born
ROPE Hemp Pin*. Phone registered. I our price of $16.000. Furnished. I ISho..n sleeping rooms enclosed living porch. I I ta perfect condition: immscu.at
foot I
/ 1".1 1. 2JI6.WAH On r.cltr brahman bull three P. Fruit and landscaping makes this a ,I JEFFFRSOS 8T-E : S room house: clean completely furnished including
length: 30e Ib. A COAUloDI TUBS Galvanized; also I registered I 47-1. Rental Arencles by appointment. Bee Gee. I restful home place worth the money. frame construction city conveniences -
.- .r old bram.1 :: I Scars Realty Co.. 19 E. CentraL i all electric kitchen shrubbery and
Ccntaeton. 8 .W1tr I .. garbage cans and scrub c.1 Ol year old. Two CASSELBERRY- $9 500. Claybaush. Realtor Metcalf no city taxes lot _1:10. reOuted -. grounds are gorgeous Good term
I Prk 4.RSTAURT I I psilsH_ H. Parrish Hardware 220 ;, e. hr. ODe registered p.11 tr.lle,, LANDLORDS will supply you Bide. I to ".800 for quick sale C B. I Immediate possession exclusive shown

EQUIPMENT Hot top 8. Orang Phone 2-1841. I IvVATER m.r. .ar. old. trained I j I sirable tenants free of charge and 96.900-Lab. Front; 2-bedroom concrete COLLEGE PARK-Fine tapestry brick I tUPLEX-2.ator7. frame. mcly fur- I I 1 Davis. ft altor. 104 E. Jefferson j by appointment call 2-0642. I hssi

ranges; reach-in cO f." of I A above stock first clans and obligation. Just phone us your vacancy. block near highway. j bungalow on three lots landscaped. nishrd. Both' units vacant Approved -I 2-lM9-73a'S. 1 the he 3. A. I.. OhIo Real Estate.
.n cafeteria water coolers; WAn ,. oo In good John Bee Veterans Real Estate Astnci. S.9I on1; 2 bedrooms; gxrtgf.i 2 bearooms. large living porch and
I. tl.ph.4&5. eadltoa Clrd. ceiling $110 per month. See this BAttY SCHOOL SECTION New 10$ S. tourt.
storsss 29 8 Court 8t. Ph. 2-4481. i screened rear porch. House
coolers beaten. 153. i ,
tate Hut HEATERS-Elr automatic ( Pa. Pone 6. j t.lf re-con.1 tudor for real value at 510.500 half i bungalow; 2 bedrooms. large living
lug frame clapboard ditioned Inside and out. $ '
"llim.nt heavr jl r I 10. for COW-To fresh la first WE WILL HELP you find a rental 1.i52-bdrom cash Oil Mr. PeUfer with room: nice roomy kitchen: porne* frame'cottage.
.e"l. Moe. Appliances I"438 Immedlat 3 Wlliard Kaiser. calf: b fine herd ).r.rch I I for a $3 service charge. Veterans' i it I II "c : corner ot- I well furnished; close to Realtor.. cen 21 Realtors. StimraoD11Staton. 2 car garate: near bUll .nd stores; nice location A room good bul
d.UT.r. home Wlliisms.
975.-4 and ; ter. Marble
I Real Estate 29 8. Court. Phone 5159.DELANEY $ .;. terms.
J. Ol. Vogue Th..t b. Colonlaltown.Phone bargain $65. Saddle hon .t..1 I t Agency. j highway .: .: available. West Washington St. Phone 8106. I' immediate posrrsslnn at $5900. easy terms. Klllan with:
aIOI Pbilo* cabinet 1 combi 11J. rent: 1401 W. Washington. Hibbard C'I ; phone Winter i : ST.-Lake view. This Modern "I I Ssm Johnson Co. 208 8 M.ln.I Howard: 3O6 N. Main: 7325.

cbL Both Uk* new. GOAT ready to 48-1. Beach Rentals : I 6-room English style bungalow Bust AVE.. Near -
Ph Garden : i
1-7801. WHAW8 type. ; Park 783. Broker invited. 'ruu.gI I LANCASTER PARK ZAS'T-3 Mocks
H.rwa. Co. 102 do.a& :euI., 1410 8. |j I I Comfortable: 3- of cypress construction has considerable I I I lando: cell built I new bungalow furnished til* con-
RECORD P1.AT&EL-8Insl., auto- .W. Church.W1.NDMILI.8Iermotor. Westmoreland WE HAVE a few rooms available for :j I COLONIALTOWN living appeal Contains 2 large bedrooms I and bath: 3 bedrooms: 3 larg lots: I i structlon: 2 bedrooms floor tiled
matie I II. I I February and AmericanPlan j bedroom bungalow. with den third. Immenseliving lovely lawn several bearing fruit ]
I I as I.
aa pn.bl .a.r"t mill and HORSE-Nicetwoyearold; gentle: M.reh 2 landscaped lot linoleum: bath: built-in tub: electric
porch car garage;
makes .. Rde Edl' towers sold and installedby broke to d.. Almost ;' rtebt on oe.D 3sthlng I i ; room. full dining room mod- I trees; close to stores. Orlando bu hot water heater large lot close to
Coboon new j and fishing. Call & COLLEGE PARK-2 bedrooms, Convenient to store and schools. .
water Dr.i 1-1602.: 8p.n-1 era kitchen 2 brick-floored porches. i and everything. Quick possession.This
Company 138 W. I saddle. Best buy la town. $125. 1 a".I:,i Price $12.650. Call C. N. Weems bus and stores: owner leaving city
W.b.r if i Lodge. Cocoa Beach. lab tile roof and in tip top I tile batb. oak floors. 1-car will sell oulrkly better
garage yon
RADIOSNew Phc. S..nW.r South 8t.t W. Church St.. phone FI.rd. Fruit trees and dandy location; with Startle Williams. Realtor. :21 M must sell $6.MO. terms. Sam Johnson
net and s:81: I 60-ft. well landscaped lot with plenty hurry. Price $8.SOO. '. cash, balance Co.. 208 S. Main.I .
Table otr mkeL WINDWS An cypress standard JERSEY COW- calf. 18.1 Ii 49. Business Rentals W. L. Linton. Realtor. 423 S. OrangePhone Washington Phone 8106. of fruit. Sale price $12.0OO unfurnished terms. Mr. Dorman with J P. Mattox

moel. emb1Uo.portables.car. h at fo Ila. delivery Simpson' Rustle Camp. i 2-4 "L With hobo" I or $13.5OO furnished; good Broker. 145 N. Main: 5809. I

I Dr. 2-1602. Rd 2 Ede.atrI ; al.l m.c. order MULE- Good work mu. .It wagon GARAGE WANTED-To rent vicinity ____ CITY LIJ41TS--.J. outside. 2 W'I terms. Weir System 628 E. Pine; KALEY SCHOOL SECTION lunarrooms LAKEFRONT SUBURBAN-Beautlfn
Also modern bungalow 4 old. Tile
I I .Udo. door frme prompt and for Broadway and Robinson Ave., I AVE. WEST-Beautiful sleeping porch. dining 4641. year*
b.rea 'rde sleeping porch: furnishI -
i and
Ph Cl construction tile roof 2-car .
RIOPHHORBph table Earphone ."Ic a. orders. 110 1U 8L what yon. Plunk's. 1404 W. 4268 or 2-54. :1 home with 26 z 17 ft. I(very modera frame in good, EAST-2 bedroom frame bungalow, I : paved street: bus line $9 000. Lane landscaped: plot; ta a restricted garag-

.m.l .lbr, condition. .I 132.W4AE Church. RICE SUITE OP OFFICES Apply living: 14 x 14 ft. dining room. I tion garage porte-cochere some furniture price $6.00O. Frank 1 White Bros. Brokers: 824 N. Mills area. Gee. B KitUedii, Realtor
I stock will fit your nice lighted kitchen withextra f scaoed lot. L i block to bus call
j CreSs .
902 Lak Davis Dr. WORK young: small; Paul P. Sanford 1217 North Itetcalf BuildIng 2-11''" 2-3170.
a& j P.lt and Wa w.. lo of Fern- Orange Avenue. large pantry and small service f 12-1993. Johnston Hour Broker. C W. phone -rh8.01 |
ROLLING PIN$2 saxes seasoned I f paper Co.. 36 E. ; of Sut porch..Closet doors in two bedrooms i Church St.CHEROKEE. -
] .
creek house COLd.NlAL i
.-jg beater wire type. H. WIIIDOWS-Stacdard stOma '3rd lef. .OFFICE SPAC for rent stenographic I' and cloak door have full length I EAST -Here Is a 2-bed- LAKE FFONT-3-bedroom furnIshed LAKE HOLDEN-Drive by 7O'730th
H. i Tennessee walking telephone service. I home with large sleeping home ready to move Into: good St. Sodden Ebores. Uk
Pr 220 Orange. ate delivery all REGISTE mirror. Fully Z furnished throughout nicemodern o.mf I Ikitchea. it? RUM
Hdwa., grade cypress. 1120 ma. a 9732 2 years old: iron Dehon'. 423 S. Oranse. Including beds except ia small PARK An extra PO he Including electric swimming fishing and boating; a the tell-see mor Owaer. Pbon
2-114. St Ph grey; conservative ; for 'STORE BOOM for rent suitable t.a furniture. I bungalow. 2 large bed 2 lots 100x150. beautiful spot and a real buy at 2-2O7O.

ROOF CATGADb' a.i. 315 F. 3" td. W. pip 10 Immediate .. $175. 15. ROM for business: 3014 b.drol B.utlu.. water O.E. rooms. Tiled bath. Paneled den EasilY financed "Speak to 17J.JO"oo'l $ cash. W. I.. Union. Realtor
fo In,. any : I refrer.tor. tie f.. 2 car garage. H.nds at-I I I Phone 2-4406. "List
&und. Co.. 49 N. Orange Av*. phone Ave.. Winter Park. I floors Whitney Spiegel Realty Co.. 423 8. Orange.
tinS or metal roofs fll brightaluminum 3- E 3" te.S II 2-3129. 1 G.r..e. throu.hout furnished in the best of taste. I 706 MEtcaU Bidg 2-3269 :: WIth Llnton." LAKE CONWAY CBCTIOK Nicely
lone lasting .a 4- bit building. $65 Bargain at $15.750. Call Re.i iI with terms and possession in 30 days. I famished. Immediate ixosesslon.room e
Knox Store Co.. 2 E. Pin. .1. e. .T.. 1-]" Iron body swing TWO StIrs breed heifer 1 Jersey 1Holstelrn SIOL OFCN. E. Carrigan. I I with -lor. 109 E Pin.i icCER ;Shown by appointment. H. C. Babcock 'I EAST-4 rooms; extra features2: I I I bunsalow. Lot 1O8X10O with 22

1 2-3153. valve. 3-3" Iron body Kennedy 9 month old. 850 ..ch 2-:1.mODt ca R I Phone 2-2380. Jr.. with Robert R. Tyre. Realtor screened porches. 2628 East Jefferson i! LAKE IVANHOE SECTION- AttraeI bearing fruit tree: full lake privileges.
valves. 3.-3x2 lat For iform.to.101 17-9. Street. j j I I tin collate built lust before high Priced to sell quick at *92-0
al Rut ,
i 6174.
RUB STAMPS fo.Purpose; blk. bu.hnu. 12 next Horn STORES-2 stores for rent on Far- A VE.-Paete.l new 13 W. Washington. prices. Immediate _ulo. Six
Rotary time 3x1blk.. bushings t Cout7 01 ; EDGEWATER SECTION 6-room 1 I Owner will finance. Hariow a. Fred
ramore. bun..low
2- Stage 221 I brck
4eiTer. Ro.d. Wen located for
I | $11 000. a
.t.mp rooms
tee. 8525 for App1 Bro rick. 118 N. Orange. Doll 818B.
kitchen bungalow. Lovely
j 2-4436 S. I equipment I SECTION 5-room. grounds and i
d.t"P .utl.U d.tr. Cal COLLEGE PARK doctor. D. P. Sias. Broker. Call 4431LAXEVIEW
i SALE-Sink I YOUNG-4-galloa cow. part Guernsey I eluded In price; $13.000. terms. W. fruit. Owner leaving town and fur.nlture.ll.300. "If* great to live In Orlando
I Puts OUi.. 8uPp1 -Alex. and Phonograph ll combination part Jersey with holler calf SORE FOR RENT-At 610 N. Or B. Nicholson. Realtor, .. St. modern ranch type home. Nicelyfurnished. Hlnton. Realtor 7632. I :Immediate possession
I I W.1 Lot 100x120. Come get
ae Ilt : C. R.
1.401 4
days old. I 2-bedroom
Avaloa compact
.utm.ti Turkey on a new
, Biskb *. I record eler c.blcl; ; winter UO. 610 N. Orange; 7348. R.alor phone 2-1619. the key and move in for only til.SOO. I EAST SIDE New furnished cottase house. With beach and fishing privileges. -, LAKE MAITLAND 4-bedroom. 3

j ranger. 22 tenet also 15" discount F.r. WILL COLLEGE PARK-Brand new two See Martin. Noble Smith. Real Estate. facing nice late Large lot 75U50.1 S450O with terms. A bar- baths frame colonial maids
1.nl on all article I FOR bred registered LEASE-6-room house, lot eli block Well I easy room boat dock: fruit tree 2
grsd observation II week only. 8AEl pur. '-bedroom .oncr.t. bu..lo.I 124 3. Mam. Pbone 6911. worth $4950 hey with 1 ; on
calls for investor. Call Mr.
scop. 2 ox. with tripod. Bothnew. I Cs Id well ft. '0 N. Mill St I 1 Fearl and J'ch. busineopurposes.1OO. garage. in.,O coadltlDI. for with oak pine .. COLONIALTOWN Her Is a re.11 I 308 N, Main: 7325. j Rush U 2-7404.a smart i' acre plot oa tOg lake. 37,500.. M. i.
. WE Also all dairy Ih. 2-023. shopping district. Psreplgcesndheater Moss nth. Broker, 132 8. Main.
Ph 840-R Winter for immediate delivery eulp I D..r 5-room beautifuliyfurnished EAST SiI1he :
most charming
; P.rt eluding one 2OO-ton SQUARE and nice j LANCASTER PARK-Lovely 6-room | plwne 6977 or 22070LAKE.
stew foot I FEET of desirable Kitchen equipment !
q RANGE-Hot Point table top model 1 Cnrl* Craft Runabout silo. 1 McCormack m.t.1 fmea.a,: 16.00 alov. bungalow. Large open |'r bungalow you ever saw. Modern J i bungalow completely furnished;
in price of $ .
with $ : on railroad
HP space near NORTH
I Ilk. new; and motr. Wrt. call or 2 w.rebou 9.5.. porch. Also screened porch; 2 lanebedrooms tile bath attic fan and every other I II I large lot, nice lawn, shrubbery flow- on a paved hlgcvgr
8uddaU T..fe cutter Surge city. Phone McNutt-Heasley. Realtors.
. Storage we cUe .ake Aut Part i Ikl. m.c. C"Dt"o 2-185. ; large closets fireplace: attic i desirable feature. Furnished throughj I j location.Quick i Is tat palm beautified 3 bedroom
etc. Highly I
. COlau. compressor, I Washington St. Phone 5106. ers. home
I I place with fruit and vegetable
;251. Montgomery ..upmen.and I fan; garage. Reduced over $2000 out In excellent taste and located in i' 11500. '
milk possession.
lJGETRN.Information 1946 8t Ala. cooler. Box 1 S-ta. 50. Wanted to Rent Priced now at $8500. Terms. Wilma la restricted beautiful section Immediate |I >$4.500 rash, balance to suit buyer !1 living. 200 frontage by 750 back to
air Broker 64 N.Court. [fi possession and I lake. Partly furnished. 1', baths.
and hydraulic March. Ben Rodgers priced undertoday's
L. cylinders J. P Mattox, Broker 145 N. Maim
at 202 8. Or.l. Blossom Ta 51l'oalrn coolantdaar' 40. Pet Stock and Supplies APARTMENT-Furnished. close In; COLLEGE PARK HOMES 7990. Bisrket at 15500. George Electric kitchen. It's a good buy with

RURAL M BOXES-Aluminum chuck about 3 rol; 2 .orkia girls. I i I Painter with Aher Peter. Realtor. 5809. ;| term 89.5OO. Pick it up throngS

and ntnD. H H Parrish pumP. 18 SPr iL AK.C. registered Boston puppies Box 124 Modern and new. well located close COLLEGE PARK-803 W. Stetson. .70 E. Central: 20788.sTSiDE2bedroom.. I LAKE FRONT-owner must ecu this :, Claybaugh, Realtor. Metcslt Bidg.

Hard.a. Orl. phone 1101 North Orlando Av. Winter APT.-or 2-bedroom. close in to schools and business section.From Ave. Charming 2-bedroom home.Oak I modern bunislow. 4 years old: I 1 1larze
20 Park. bou. floors. tile bsth. Furnished or frame bungalow livlnc with fireplace tile
2-141. 34. Articles Wanted I or unfurnished: prefer $6.600 to 1.5'5. Between 10 unfurnished. Small down payment; : built la '41: attached gar- j room LAKE FRONT-.Coniplet.ly furnIshed
RZrRIOERATOR-PricMalre: la mod BOSTON STUD-12 Va Ibs. Hagerty- duplex. Permanent. Adults. Box 120 I and 12 noon, 2-3623. H. P. Boland. Realtor. 672 N. Or- age. large living room combination I J bath kitchen. and -porch; oak Shownby floatsthroughout. 3 bedroom cement brick bungalow

_4It. Phone 2-8473. 2510 D AvTo. 11 fltUa vice Flash A.an-atrl Oak Crest. H 8-Star. .n... 24551.COLONIAL I dining room and kitchen, tile bath I appointment attached only. garage.Exclusive with lifetime roof: egg floors. 2 screened
Pauw mile east 17-92 on Lons- large lot. porches furnace ta basement house
aUt. HI.b.a APT. OR landscaped: furnished.
Ed5.llLchurcls mO. .lr. wood-Oviedo veteran ROUSEnflrnlhed by CHEROKEE PARK-2- tory stucco: 3bedroom. SECTION 3 bedroom. $8500 Harry Heath. Broker. In C. P. fibumwsy. Realtor 140 N built 7 years aso. deep lot wills exceptionally -
RUOS. felt face: galvanIzed : with fireplace .
I bungalow living room Orange 23282.LANCASTER
.ab. I CANARY BIRD Beautiful aiuger.handsome upkeep of property. Limit .. porcb. lfc 'I' : I' ]onialtown. opposite Vogue COI-l I well built garas ap' -
cans and tubs; lawn mo.er me\l | ANTKSUB JIELismonos.; old $eo. References. sleepl. ) tile bath large lot. fruit and
rented unfurnished for
ehain: bucket.. Economy 802 Lake Can Sanford 845-W collect. baths: new rf. Nice corner !82S3EDGEWATER 85O per
I IRJG.I..n. w 9500.
f pay highest c. trees
.I prices. Expert Davis Dr. coma handy to A little decorating pecan ; PARK-2-bedroom. completely month; 82S.OOO. Owner will give good
332 W. Church. Khol '
h.' aDPra Her.I', Loan. APARTMENT-Close In; furnished: and you a nice comfortablehome. rash: Harry Heath Broker in CoiI I and nicely furnished borne I terms. Hsrlow a. Fredrick, lift K.

f V-rmp 28 27 W. Chuch CKE SPAI-1 mont old two children; re.lnobl. Please A good b. at $12.500. Exclusive onlaltowo opposite Vogue Theater HEIGHTS SECTION on lot SSilS ft.: tub and showerH Orange. Dial 8188.
; e.I' AXES furniture call 9144 or 125]. Completely furnished 3 bedrooms an electric kitchen. Clean "It's to live
la. 1"1t I of all ; dal wIth Huckel-O'Neal. Realtors; tile; great la Orlando.
10. 11. end delivery; kld .W for a home; write John -, blocks newly bungalow; all tile bath and tile drain setUne. immediate
1 Ie Imel.t I m.eh o Cx. APARTT Or cottage: location 118 E. Robinson; dal 23753. COLONIALTOWN 2 ; and very pretty
write post or phone .Dl Box furnished: I, boards; automatic gas heat Large possession. $16.500. W. 1. Llnton.Resitor. I
M.IU.n4.CHAHAro. nicely
bz 1& near bus line. 2 built bungslow LAKE
Co. IpraD& I CLOSE bus. VIEW-Partly furnished. 85500
8100 for prices. Press Steel Prntu. I-B.nd & living room. large screened pOrch
W. Pine .cho location attached 423 8. Orange. Phone 2-4406.
Co.. 1601 N.Uoa St. Dial young m.tra. bdrms. ullrlh.d. For perma stores. ( Good I bedrooms nice ; j jgaragot garage 14x22. Corner lot. Quick pos terms call Harry Heath Broker iaCeloaialteaa
At.Dt. A. BOILER Registered $35 limit. 2 blocks to school and stores; List With Linton.
i -50 b.p. Return tubular, t .11 rnr. clean home. Frame construction. 3 session. S13.50O. Financed. Harlow opposlt Vogu Tneater.
RADIOS-Th. wave O. E. : also 3* Ib. 1809 E. Call R Stewart Exclusiveagent. Northern owner (widow/ wants property -
I1L bedrooms large
faol Cheap for | M front porch. Good 8253.
a prnred O. Fredrick. US N. Orange, Dial _
burl terms
portable ..I Special price $9500
battery. P. Garvla. 2 sold.
"dl.r.bl kn. phone $ I service porch. lots. Nice family 6188."Ifi. | LAKE mOHLAND
priced roadcast at .11. .It .tada4' I CHI SAW-Xheut3fMaUor COCKER SPANIEL PUP weeks HOUSE WANTED-Permanent Fur hpme. a.5. $2.800 mortgage at $28 Sam Johnson Co 208 8 Msln.CORNELL irttt to Uve la O1'!ando." I I excellent location SECTION we offer-In a well this
1. O old. of stock. nished. 3 per possession. Huckel- AVE. Must be sold at I LAKE FRONT-2 new homes. $7400 i
.ll or Adult month Quik ; constructed frame
home. Oak floors
Dwfu..Wrlt camplD
land information ..drom
Orang Appliance Phone 4 Co lc I. Bz 13 8-Star. IT Phone 2-381. C.1 Winter Park O'NeL. Rpaltr; 118 E Robinson; I once. This lovely water 3-bedroom heater; home beautifully -; I Ioak EAST SIDE-tSubman). 2-bedroom I Co.each, 21561.LaKEFRONT: terms.. Edward's Construction j Tile bath. Tile dralaboards Good
$ floors. solar
RURAL COCKER SPANIEL: PUPS Rd& HOUSE rooms, batb unfurnished 2-75. 8475O cash I frame home, unfurnished: tile bath; sixed rooms. Furnace beat. Pien*
MAIL tot.
BOXES Aluminum. i iC.th COTTON RAGS-Clean. buf. Pdla. a real buy at $ best CHE"KY HIGHWAY Small block landscaped 1. : 'large attic tot lOOilaO; smad down !of closets. Bun porch. Like houses
$2.75. Bumby : Adut ref..eD.s Real EUt 30 I I
Hardware. 102 W. price paid. Be* the S.II.eo" $ H.1 x. De.t to Country ddress Box 34 hou. furnished or unfurnished; I will handle. King i I payment. Owner transferred. Pot are selling for much more than out

Pressroom Sentinel-Star. Form. Golf Links road to Lake Mary. HOUSE WANTED 130 or $1400. T. C Tutea. Wood Church; 8435.COLONIALTOWN8. i ;quick sale price 8000. Courtney I i' ESTATE-One of the I price of $12.500. If sold next week

RIO- -Firestone Aircbief t.b f i I Ssnford.DACIISHWt1ISA. ; family of; 4 prefer unfurnIshed A. 27th BU Suth.COLlII room unfurnished ,Realty,392 N. Orange, 2-2471. finest estates In Central Florida 1 1I Before burn see the Oeo. F. Brass
Ivory $27.50. adlt. Pi.. sold account of located 6 miles fromICont. 1 Realty Co. 19 E.
c. K.C. or Brand new ; must be on | !I only the center Central Ave. _
DIAMONDS 2-286 W EAST SIDE 114 N. Glenwood. Wellfurnished j
etone. 112.
Orange old ,
Concord. .tc ph. 2-1698. of Orlando. No expense was spgrecl
ad e.e. furnish- sickness: ewner LAKE
finest stock. 1101 i JEWELL SECTION-
I .
A. I HOUSE OR I I 2-bedroom bungalow;
ROOF COATING -"Birds." Same old I "d H.het 32W. Church.p 1 I DOGS Haro clipped to APT-5 or eIom. Close ed. 5 good sized Finest Inca. i I j CITY LIMITS. S E Large new garVg.Tpartment. -I ,electric kitchen; 1-3 cash $50 mo. ,In the construction of these wen designed story colonial type home; A-l condition
and bus.
..elr. couplewitb buildings, less thsn 9
uallty BADE. atrDp. aho tion. This is a well borne, but erected
at with
&m. pricesSmyth and : ; Not complete. i ;Roper Realty Co.. 2-3433-5921. 1 : large living room and sun
Lumber .o ,' b.t.4. S.U An old d.u.hter. p.r.n.n'r"ldrnt attached 11 years ago. Main house has-4 bedrooms ,
Co. a
and Railroad. iOWH-RIoJTL4 .tl easily con- Plumbing shower bath hot i ,porcb. fireplace dining Loom large
N. livable.
Or." Limit j EDGEWATERHi
r RADIOS -Ptulco. RCA and the 16 16. 4194 or ..re a large bedroom. Reduced I and cold water electric lights. Com- I OH'rs-SErnoii I II and 3 full tile bath. Guest kitchen i wired for electric alit t. ao!
shortwave flee0B. reasonably priced. Ph Winter P.rk D FOOD, Kbble and Z-cel; dog sale. $8.SOO with 1 82.900. Move in. Loren Dunn. I! Move right in to this pre-wsr 1 house contains 2 bedroom a* well *s |bedroom downstairs upper large master

for immediate pnbl.. A few* 774-H. r.m.dle ad Orlando. HOUSE. 3 bedrooms, furle terms. tt March, Ben : :I 6 plet.N. Brown: phone 2-1269. i j home. There are S large rooms. Nice i spacious playroom. Central beat and bedroom fireplace. large rrdarI

Kaiser. Vosu Theater block Colon- FURNITURE W X-.1 81r.FZ March 1st through Aagu Broker Court; dial 7990.COLONIALTOWNfiew { E frame I bsthroom. Oak floors. Partly furi i air conditioning. 3 Car-Master gs-I i closets extra bedroom, mrv ps-.
A 'Ua1 option for longer time 'COPELAND DRIVE 20 ,nlsbed including kitchen equipment. 1 i rsge. wIth hobby room. Modern 3 unit '
,. ; chil
HORSE-MEAT for pita. I' i iI large lot 250 freatage. all Ends; ci
I. 4-roum.qd &
RUBBER 1.11...on. 616 call :-I.Wb.1 01 Cb.I'w. r..d. Furniture In 1 and 2H-lb. rerl..rator dren but no pets write Box 110 bath tile bungalow. Extra building bungalow: hardwood furnished,floor.; furni-* I I i J Exclusive with Walter W. Rose Inv. I i servant quarters and ample service j fruit. See this for a alee qu.ct home
8TA'Bne Stamp Store. 1015 W. 25c lb. 8-Star. In rear for lated; completely Ce. 49 It. Orange Ave.. Orwtn Manor : 1 1I bulldines. Sturdy dock bathhouse place. Immediate possession. $15 iOOi
p.ck. to income old duo-
Quick purpose. Bro.D' KD.I I c.anr.lo ture less than one year : ,offIce 3356 N. Orange Ave. Bupplie FURNITURE, used SloP. and ROOM-Wanted b, reflnedjdle- Immediate possestion. Price Iuifurnislied S 2 bedrooms: I i I'terms. Sam Johasoa Co ion f Ms:in
Orlando Rubber stoves; Ice therm beater rooms j
Stamp runabout Over 3 of beautifully
bua Doberman Amer- aCed .oupl. permanent resident $5.250. See Jones with M. J. cocher and!! 1 1iarege EAST SIDE-Owner leaving town j jI acre ;LAKEFRONT
Works. 8 W. Church 8. Oranse. kwll machine*. Call PtPPIE. Pe. close ; 2 screened porches; port 'landscaped grounds. Excellent ssnd 8OBtTRBAN--Lota'ed:
a pay -top'1- SewellTburmond I K...Cub n.tr Championed 4141; ooodstadt. MOB Utn. Broker. 132 6 Main i I'' : good location. By owner. I wants to sell splendid furnished 2- beach for swimming. Prompt posset- oa OB* of the mt) btsutitu. sand
RR Pn. phone 6977 or 22070.CLOSE bedroom modern frame home. $8 500. '
Furniture sired. ROOM professional B. Bkeeli. I bottom lakes nesr Orlando Excr.ient
W. Pine Yount man Thorn |
Co.' sion for the purchaser. Offered subitantlally -
.... '_PLYEOb.u1 St. Dial 4070.OFFICE and child's pet Call Cocoa 316-M.dOi would like room with bath IN DUFLBX-Lzcelijh. ;CLOSE DJ-2 bedrooms and sleeping Terms. Cavenaugh. Realtors. 4308. j below replacement east. *t ''swimming' and fishing from prl.c.-

2 & MACHINES W. badly writ H. O. Brown B 789. Co home and kitchen privileges. .It diuon partly Slrnl.he; 9 rooms. Torch, completely furnisbed. Frame 11igalow. EDOEWATER DRIVE SEC'flON-Thl. ($80 OOO 00. Rex-McOIU. Realtor 128 dock. Surrounded by nIne '-omef
.r Fla. Ilc. home as of Feb. 25. 2 I I charming. Cbenault JennIngs. Inc 673 N Or-
deep ,
ia need of adding machines with ga- b.UI lot 110.0. H.l cash. bU Phone 2-O338. modern welt-built horn I i j N Orsnse. Phone 4147. J
STOVE- burnins. heavy sheet cash tn.e.rltr. FISH Calf ssli. Ute Write Box 111 S-Star. S June 13th, lisa every convenience. Lot 100x135. ance Phone '7234LAKEFRONTS .
Iran eonatrueUoxt glee pljn IDle hI.r Hb. pricespaid. rium AD.e and all IRI51 or unfurnished house 1: I. Wat. phone 6977 or 22070.I I CENTRAL' FLORIDA location I Price Terms. Cavenausa LANCASTER PARK-Besutlful 4bed"room : room hous--* lars-
1-14. Lhr. 22 8. 6o5O. a or Sanford; modern 6-room buntalow. 1Or.2 43O8.: : exquisitely furnished borne, ,t'
necessary supplies. Tropical FishHatchery.,138 resident COLLEGE PARK I screened porch fronting !3O !'
OLD .pt prm.n.nt ; call F r- -6-room frame; tile beautifully furnIshed. electric instai- ImmedIate poessloa. Well financed. |
SHOT GUN Automatic 12 cause. 1 for GLW. old pay hl.hea price J..O Drive Win In 97S2. b.U 2 porches: variety of fnut Ie"on 2 other buildings EDGE OP CITY LIMITS-$8.000 win i G araesapg rtmeot. Otto Rannusea ':t oa lake 10 acres land In plot Pines

I rl fo your caD Ammuni broken 4amoad.J..lr. .o., .t. ter Park. ARMY OFaa wife and daughter ac. condiion; $7500. terms. Hlntbn. I viibont Isolation; attractively PrI".c"I' buy 2 bedroom bungalow Including :with Cavenangh. Realtors 430$. aad Oaks Phone 7537 Owner

tl fo C.o Mo.after Berxman I 8".. 139 N. ehera been li room so long feel R.lor. : I scsped with palms masnollas. ,smaU grove of 56 citrus trees. $4.OOO furnished LAKE FRONT jaoizii excu! >nr
I LANCASTER Beautifully
Or.nw. like
41. Poultry and SuppliesBABY Siamese excellentland cash balance monthly Call
OFFICE tit Would like far- CLOSE IN-3-unit choice 'ornamental shrubs: 15 acres I payments community S mile west: 3 arrr
EPRUiO MACHINES and furniture. D1e Ye. .D.rmea& I half cleared and tiled. half! 1 Bill Bridges Joe lake view borne. 2 bedrooms of and landscaped .
.pt well wooded grour.
bOI. rental.
an woL CT-.Uo.. .elh& with Let Georse a* make FO an of.r. Cheek CHICKS-Tuxedo Feed Store. ..r Property Ph lo.tl. income. $22,500. term COD I I 'woods; citrus and other fruit for' I J Realtor. W. ;1"i a.ODt.rt I :tUe bath living room with open fireplace Small orange grove House :uvtrpIned. -

$$50. 2-3002.. 1 1.ne Phon* 8158. 8tu.n 1 8 SL U. 3. appro.e PUoru. tested. Mrs. Wagner.lur.nt Hantouiccaft45r,7o32. j[ I ICf.ding home use: priced to move pomptly.. I --Beautiful 5-room bun-I living porch dinIng room. $85OO cash: balance n"t t'
I _ : U.1. I electric kitchen with tile dralnboatd. J
906 W. or 7336. WANTEI =B7 LID No. 1. Box 72-B or phone 6533.tanford. : consider trade Call Co nIP
SKILL Curcb. 2-281 > large rooms.,newly decorat- Might
DRILLS. V.. *, and PINE TIMBER single working I IN-Buy a home which central heattee system eat fioors. : \
heavy duty: elect beds"-lc W&t standing or BABY CHICK O. S. Pullorium test man In Winter Park on north side your you I FloridaCHEROKEE ,,_ _ I ed. screened porch only $ !! attic faa. attached with Isuoi; i 116- ask for 1917-M-2
at Call yraa.er sly i garage
Wyckoffs &a., ml 2-14. apply lie ed or future of Orlando. Phone .D enjoy PARK, 725 Delaney Park 1 4 r.. T. Dorsey. Broker. 441 W. 'MD.'j' : .-
Hdw. 4 bock
2524 KuhLSCREEN Irvin al. let } Park watch you can entertain your ,dry tub and washing machine and i I LAKE FRONT-Attractive c.galow
livery. P &d supplies 01. Winter Park. 1. j' friends Dr.-lIune.lo. furnIshed; Quick j jpossession. I'4412. with two brdroomr ".
with I
DOORS-2'zS"a5za' ; 2',"* POOL I pride and satisfaction. I Ir.Xlte all yard tools. Bent buy in the cIty
6-81; ro x8factory mad; en I TAUT.o S W. B. Orlando X-el Store.BD1T See this well Iat home priced I 6 room 2 porches bard- I II EAST walking dIstance I By all mean see It at onrr. Price ; I porch. larc living; room a rn II-. '

hand fo delivery. WadeBcott. K"Del. 25 I M.1 SL or CHICKS R ROOM AND BOARD for working i at 120.0. I.n. hom. rangi i, 'wood floors new all-electrIc kitchen.Tile this frame bungalow I I J$15.000 with term Ak for Mr Stewart I place oa lovely slopinc :ot !r1 -.-

l..t. Amelia tel.pboa$80. Rk.u.ho Unsexed. $ : mother and 4-year-old boy with i I Inc O.r S25.OOO. ; roof. '5flot 2-car garage witb two bedrooms, gassed sleeping ,, I wiht Harold Shepherd Realty I 10O feet on sparkUn last frier

.. 10 2-22. PIANO: SIE OR BABY GRD I D.d $5.50 per 100. S" cae for *?. MuSt cn Mr. Lyle wth Herman Goodwin. Inc. ()rangs trees palms: nicely land- 1 porch sun room. living room. dining 4 Co. 3* E Washington St. $18560. term Call Peter Breen w.hO
SADCf.E3Weatgr0; bridle; blan will cash. $ So Minorca 95 .100. Leghorn 1e Free .of m b sewing. Broker 677 N. Orange; dial 9855.COLONIALTOWN roped yard TtuM home in choice room and kitchen besides wide front I Harrs-Moore, BeaHwra 1O9 E Pir.e

by attrruw martincal etc H. right. Slate make Writ ap Cockrcla $195 per 100. Ship &be 119 .ltr j section offer every convenience. May :,?torch II a very socad value .t $13.do .- mcd1 2-23BO._ '

b- 14wa. 220 S. Orans S"*t. *., Lake- C.O-D. London Box 1844.Trenton j 8tar. house 10 to :be seen any time. $14.0OO; H cash. t fc 00 bna1&bed. Call OHarra'4eoisre. LANCASTER era 2 unit }pertinent IEICHTS.-Lovely en beautiful LAKE FRUNI-Jmt out city New *'-
h70:11I.Pr' 7. N. 3. HOUSE WANTElil-Furnished: 3 bed- 5. 3 bedrooms:-to everything:; Oyowner. I I 10t.ONIALTOWN a-Iton. 2-2J80..io!_E. P1I1e. well landscaped yard Ideal income I tractive home. The kind you dream

81Litype., na rims slnsl and models: electric BABY CCN H R. Barred rooms; ,.a' lease; 3 bi offer today take it; furnished i SECTION Lane EDOEWATER SECTION 6-room property with borne for owner Price : of. Better iv* tt Cell 2-1993, Fenn'i:
eompartmenu compartment | appliances used adults. $5 Prm.aelt' S-room banealow and cottase; I I IImmediate frame bungalow ia good Broker 6 W. Cnareh
recordsRadio Jer Olnt W..ldolt& 1 125 rent; waer. 1517 Con 1800. condition. 1 1$12.65O-terms.1 Guernsey god Green, _
drainboard* and cabinet sinks with M.r. 122 W. Pine; 2-4. COLONEL-Relar 91. ':: Uu E possession; R. 3. 1 Lot 50x150 ft. $5000. $2500 cash. I Brokers. 21 E. Central, phone 419*.
carom* Cash terms QhD&n R Army wants 5 cod Perkins with Parrish Real Estate. 36 j 11
or ,
It'nna. C. C. Garleru.
plat Broxer 12 N. '
[i-ibby. .t.. 1 W. Church.tWP.0 6TAPWI s.d buy 'm. cotl. L.hon 15.l5 $5 45 10. 100.. 5636. 6-room hou Call Mr. Holt. ;COLLEGE PARK-Owner transferred I.. _Pme. 21646. I I MiCs: phone 2-1747. 'LAKE FRONT-Modern 2 bedroom LAKE: FRONT-Beautiful lake froi

? MACHINE-Whit. portable. Bx 8 a Pullets $10 per 10. National Hatcheries ___ says Sell my home." On Smith i! CLOSE IN-Excellent location; short 1.5-BY-Very lovely fully frame bungalow furnished. Venetian borne oa on acre of ground witb

.I moo sows well $40 caab. St.r.TUNK: Outlet. 8th Philadelphia. 51. St.. walk to reboot stores bus. Rouse 2-story: 4-bedroora. lake TiO' about 2rres.
WANTED-Steamer or army S S Houses for Sale has 6 rooms, fireplace attic fan i 1'1I1ahO'd.1 : bands. Butane Gas.
Pa. haa lane living dining room. Ii
n.2 room Gorgeously I 130 ft. of lake frontage. Modera type
fot lker. please phone 2-3812. 48 oak floors nicely decorated garage, I 2 I bedrooms bath isned-in sleepIng landscaped a iiroom 2OO ft. oa Hicbway Bus seT'I
STKNOGRAPHER'S: used: WELDING CHICKS-COD. 10 H lh7. big ANOEBILT .w.I' :I'nicely landscaped lot Possession apartment over 2-car garage. ,; I C.. Fruit and shade very reasonable
from I SO 1$10 C.h TdND' I I GENERATOR electric -. AC D broiler chicks S3 : ADmONNnrl buni i March 1st. A good buy at $11.000. I porch. Jameraon 1-car garage and: furnished Real- i Priced low. owner leavia; move ta. call 2-193. Johnston Henry Bmcer, bang slow wilt 3 large bedroom 2
motors aesoo.
on J11 assorted 14 Chicks I''1. ;* :terms. Bee E. Stewart with Harold '' rrT. I Dial 2-4651 today. Habjcb. Broker. .16 I W. Cnurch 3t
DWo Pur eha Ck 1 CO.IIIPOKM, ktckers. 8. H. H J : 75x133. Owner must ton, 70 K. Central- Phone Car- _ Uvhx
a. Earnilngdaie. 2. I ** Shepherd Realty Co. 20 E. Washing- I FLORIDA- .. ne L: ki-UicbEit3iILL tile baths large cypress panelled
a a w i, Swap W. Pia. ___ fiL estate. Fric $4500. i t 0'1' .516. I 626-- 2dorythe DR.-3 bedroom
NEWHA5thsiiIRg PULLETS I Jamerson I !!ton St. Phone 5124. 3 bedrooms furnished
-'3OO. and Carter, Real- : : garage I I batb. large dinette kitchen com
SASH CRI all sixes. Bumby I WE BUY used furniture. Call us b btI than 4 mos. old; 10 CokI I tors. 70 E. C.lt.l Paoao T. 'COLLEGE PARK-Brick Bangaiew. 5 CLOSE Df IcarotA l= j j! apartment; open 2 to 4 p Lakefronts bined., Screened front and rear porch: room all etectrtc kitchen two

H.r. C. 1O2 W. rmereh8t. I for. Store selling.(13 Orlando W. FMt 2' and 3 Grace. I<(Buster> Caru. A large room bath screened front this nice to lot.,oe. W. K_ Price Real us Estate. I furnished or antllnl hed. 'C Green' fuel water beater and gas Iwi42 tt. screen porehes. cVj ver-
SOFA Cu Bear Lake. Box 93. jl I Porch. Possession ) t* I90.OOO. Chrlsmaa a5Lte. lot 55xl5O landscaped. Henry
BEDS-From 8A9.SO up; see al 2-8. pl. now Make oft<. 246: 8. Orange Av*. Phone 6385. i J JCONWAT Reatl :
M- Company. 2300 ADAIR SECTION 'O. C. Stewart Realtor. O'Neal ATrade. 375 N. Orange: 6823. teeth, Broker in Coiomattowa. op-
r.lt. WE FAY highest cash price for old Bp.nt 575$. ROAD. 6u5-EnUsb type !; i salle Vome Tbeater. 8253. pekIng lake. 2-car garage with serv
hollow 'AIR
1 f On. NICE FRYERS-608 Raleigh ho. VILLA SEC'flON-S-rooes ho_. l
8"I lance
diamond and diamond la U CDretl.U bungalow: 3 bedrooms with
STEAM CLEANER Maka Kerrick I any J.el I rf Cathedral CU. brs t COLOfIALT01fN--IAcem. property. ettic, : gas floor furnace; 6O ft. lot ;: 2900. Second house west of ant's jrtera.} Hc* saad beach. Idea]
Eleanor. In cdlUCU L.. baths, large Immediate I school Fslrvtlla. LAKE SUE Exchislve. One of Orlando
good cocking .. Church POULTRY WANTED, bens fr.r.: J.u dlml pocmaton. 6-room 2-car taraae. Oily by. then see vs. I
tioa Id.a for private or _.ool ,J..el c. Orn. turkeys. We pick ro. b..iut 2-car I Nice corner lot. 1647 Hill- f Ark tar Harold J i'JR'iC'JiiJK SECTION II See g soow-Diarn Three large beauf or swimming boating and ftthlag

r.*. reDI .,t a heavier Fuel Oil and Wood pay cash. Can Mr. h .n.D,laundry We pU and rear i crest. I.. .te ihopptn een- Realtor: 37 -Zc : .riT.cond1c.1 frame bu..Io. Nut sod attraclye. IIIal bedrooms. 2 tile batb The borne |
unit c U W 33 maa'a wa t. 463 C.pm.D O.: 8636. II t'f lar. fruit trees.'I 'ter school acd Reuse ia per | COLONIAL GARDZSt.--Loxeiy Vacant. Reduced t* $3150. 8amFU3OSO is pearly new <6 yrs >. finest construction Variety of bears** cttrws trees. This
Central Ave.6TOV built home ta a I feet coac-Uoo' Furnished i 2-bO'd-11 throughout and arehiUetu-
a o.btt or gal ar- a. Prandace BeaRer 4 CoD-
f .iuaiiii;;. FUEL and OII.t line for home TURKEYS-Tender, too weigh young fo I_to bb Iet! J aisbed. Large Brine roan fireplace: t f floors rooco., frame buns alow. _:tel Arcade; 1407. room rally perfect. Specious rounds, grand ia a property of aakmal charm and
MATH..h C 8 to electric kitchen lane
l. Cr.make 1 1 :3 and beacb. dock. Orlaado'g fIscal
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and $2-25 I' -h. Gcrn H separate entrance or 1
.D teal Florida.Bledso D. .
Wilder porch attached HEIGHTS Kew
p. J ; garage &cree..rl masonry
Fc 0 i. 1 cbaia of lakes-ideal for swlmatio
C & bedroom
Store E. Pino. suitable for Port j
2-31D. Pbone Winter Park. 2OO. .abl. ,Farm 9913. te Rat. 2-316 cocbere to rear of lot.reamer.Ha 9 far- scaped. Completely furnished bungalow: 2 bedrooms wIth a lot boating sad fisbuw. Philippine ma- desirsbiliiy. See Ow. F. Brace B>alty -

OO Call now TURKEYS-Sixty cent Ib. ARWorI ;'Dished terms. Harry Heath. Broker opposite and a half with fruit trees, price botany, select oa*. poplar marble
and "E fo p P ANN apartment rented at 89O per Co. 19 E. Central.
2-calloa. prp 12aI5G. Phono
rogue Theatre In ColoniaHown i scouNiar a-eo91.
THERMO.081 Eton Kerosene and ful iloaU. P I J month. Phone fur appointment.I J53j j ;and wrought .roa were used by ax- |
K. i.1. KI. e tank ph. 8021. UcQraw PI o wlD naD. priced I 2-2837. CLUB AREA Beauuf ui' FLORIDA AVE 5O4-First Urn ofti to make this a dream borne -
21 uab 0- : uinTshed
PI363 Fuel TURKEYS-For raising; hens and : b r1h Spring Lake Terrace horn. 3 bedreocos. I fered. N. lunation. A real borne in 'Priced, beautifully fumlsned. at only LAKE LANCA8TC81-Nicely ( -
0 Br.SV8
TACKLE OR TOOL BOXES ;-Six tools Ib. train j 2511 II COLONIALTOWK 8LCTIOH.6rooiuframe 2 Hie batns. Completely fur- !! every way. Fumiabed. 3-bedrooms. ,$35.4MO:: for IniBiKfiate sale. Term ( 3-bedreosa. 2 baths tit residenre -

_l. $3 SO and vp. Knox Stores WOP.D and Oak $500 Ma. D.t Irobu Conway I'' AMELIA AVE EAST-Vacant f| bungalow partly furnished Bisbed. 2 lane lots. 2-car ..ra... I1''z bath Exceptional CameiliM and I'';; < worth Mu ooo on tnls market. rrunting lake Nice doit ood
C*.. 8$ Poe Phone 6.50 delivered. SCOOO. terms Lola RoyaL Broker. M J MOM
buagtlow. S rooms j shIrt $22 50C 'ernIe
2-11. lat home eoort- t D lh Lars* beading orsnie and rapefruit ;i rare plant la landscaping. Owner B I, "-r t*!! a .r..v ,.- J.I. TOILET PI wood 10. and oak $7.MI s" j & apartment. They ar I II 2-C67I trre*. Muot be aoid immediately M has wv7.-ed t* Washington: and :*:' are, barn :n f.n.1 Act !ir Ray L nnon I JTh B-uk'r 132 S. Mi.r. ;r-CBe
toilet a yard. 190 deUy.r. .1 BIO YOUR POULTRY and ears to 'anxioua sell-make offer. O. C. I I (I.CUKOb AVE.-722 7-room house RUe Shown 6377 T. : -c-Q.
i ; j ectat by appointment | key; with Mr. Woodruff also Prir with Joe O. M? T' Healing. 29 W _
Oranc :pcr7t 1 ; : 101 Waw ..Fr". Egg and Poultry MaxI I It. ;t..a Bt O'Ne Arcade.1 S auaa. to school bus and Mares. I lzcJ.. with HoMe 811. Real,I IEstate. a:nd term C. B. Emnck. Realtor, I Washington. Dial 6638. -

Cz; 1. Gld 417. .tN. I Reasonable for quick aJ*. 124 5. Mam. Phone 8911. 610. H. Orange; dial 7348. Continued On Neat Part]

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S.Ul1bal1; &cntturI-tar I 51. Houses for Sale I 151 H.usp for Sale i SI. Houses for Sale r 51-1. Lake County Property 'I 54. LoU for Sale I 55. Country Property for Sale I I &6. Business Property for Sale I, SX. Real Estate Wanted

i HOME AND GROCERY St on EDGEWATER MIGHTS.-147 feet on < HOME AND GROVE Completely ; SITE with 33O ft. on WANTED-Property to selL We could
School bus.
I FLORIDA WINTER PARS-Near i.h COTTAGE lots -near .t.re.ehol j t Hiihway with apart- Heeding Rosd. Jut oft Adair Boo- ,, furnished bungalow with DUSTI. 500-ft. deep; 810.000. I I have the buyer on our list! For
2 Handy man
mke 44
OR. ORWCf MANOR 8- and within easy i ilua. 175.. e.1 on I I went to income property levardPaved AU n cotta... 6OO ft. road fuDe. R. Warfield Dorsey. Realtoi.: efficient service call Arch L Drake
1947 nice Hurley. 0 .t
; 9. : rooms vacant 1 of town a 3-bedroom : lat .B''o. Price 814.500. Realty paid AU of 10. part I Valencia I I u Court: Dial 5313. 1' or T. K. Hastings. Realtor Rm. k

! : lDI from Preceding PaceJ I diate trees ocPD.several Beautiful fall bal a.4. tn. A 10 Crlt buy for I Suzne. Ol. Vlt. I Co. Mt. Dora.HOUSK .L DeLr tots 8 and 11; : 83O per :I 11 .lu b.rl nna. 4 miles t t. LAKE DOT Beautiful view; guest i! Central Arcade. 4237.
foot. Owner.
ritrug trees: oleetrie rD. r. with Dnl Aw.Rt. Winter Small; partly 4161 hours.L"Ra Sbum.68900 ..Immediate,. Realtor.possession.140 N. Orange C. : home; 10 rooms ful. 7 bed-I WANTED moderately-priced 3 eg

51. House for te.t and circulating heater Park. I'.__ OOLDEN B I-Plld.n I nea U. 8. 441. Nor lus\rs dial 23282.HOH"T. I rooms; l1a be.t tile 3-bcdroom house with living room
S.1 11.Key and l tnforattoa PARK-Just completed. 12 Terms. I AVE.. 1 block East- 9 .dot ': front Irh; ..r.e close t Sunshine I and aaxlera kitchen and bath. Send

LAKE LUCERNE-Potentially a Terr I o of Predck. I W banialow lue Off Orlando Ave. 3brl furnished Leesbnn. Phone 1204 R tube.1 I. lot corner 17-Lakefront Cottage ,I .udltrum Estate picture with aU particulars. Expect
lead apartment Lane lot 17 11 Dial $ Ja water; house. Dter tot. Call 6456 after co.n S-acre 5 cottages I I I property for quick & immediate to be in Orlando about March Sin.
. 385 .1t. deep. Plenty -It's art ii,-: J: 1 .t.t h Immediate posses I. tn LAKE COUNTY- > p Including.ne double; t.et.1 restaurantand possession good income prop Reply to Earl R. Hough. 3761 West
trlta. la fat Street. Erie. Ps.
t shad. Nice la center of small Close in. suburban. 3-bedroom house I food and dry goods service moU erty ia a nice location. 816.500 26
M aa Bu 1 fixtures large tot well built LANCASTER 8to. 1.10 2O8 S. Mala.I :
pUnUni o f present crop Priiidsire. fireplace PA Onrlkl income terms. Sam Johnson CUSTOMERS WAITING for homes
ab PDt PARK LAKE suddenly I ct lude fure 2 brick .ldl Lake Pe la.o.
designed story
income from boise IR Prc 87700 for quick L heater ao.e. Servel. j .D of I m.t I.ua Moss IJb. 132 S. Main COURT sod home established 'i:I and income properties. List yours
S270 135.000. Exclusive with M 208 E. Robinson. "3. eochere. 00 1.$ Display room part P.rl R..tnt .r. phone or 2-2070. MOTOR today Lockwood Association, 60 W
I completely
block stucco
US L this lovely 3-bedroom hm do.Rat. pr nice and bath second floor.Age beautiful ho. Phone owner I I concrete
lacke'Ie R B block _te Oa Lane WINTER PARK 4 bc 3 tl .:health force owner to selL I.t 20647.I.OT 1. LAKE VIEW-Home. grove and ..r fUrl5e. on U.S. Hi-way 1 :|. Robinson: phone 2-1574.

ISD c 235.L08I Tile bath. S acres young Irder- Splendid opportunity for a hustler den land. 9 rich land allCleared and ome. tow :
r T 411 bU Harmon are. 1141.1 Roer. G WANTED TO BUY!-10 to 20-acres
Insured title. 4.-
AV*. 1639 and 1637 bt. O.r. w laundry lakes. House less tb O. "n.Dbe.d. 2bm.fa Real estate and fltu. 12.0 I oa pavement. : warm Oood 6-room [ immedt- I 1 of first class bearing trove. Give
b en tune Jt O .Should be pr 111.0.but year old. A beautiful small estate elre klteD price nock at inventory Jte. I OOO It lumbr. 88SO 5034.cash or 89OO house 300 it. .D.lh front: newly '!lonrbP.d.| Box 441. TitusvlUe. Phone full details in first letter. Mrs.

with 2 bom. Uvlnt 4 .r ut us Fries 121.0. C..au.h Ra\r .ld ra pra Realtor. T.nn. Fla. b.l r.l. Oa.r. painted. 4 acres I aoye. One : 9196. Thelma Kincaid. 6O6 Richmond Ave.
kitchen and P. Brass Realty Co. 308. 1.1. WI mile city limits soot Orlando -
room bmUD ole. 8 O LOTS in Boldest Three t. .e.r Orlando. Pla.
Lovely 3-room B.l.lt I AVE.
Th oUr. b. linIng 11 WINTER PARK-Completely lan buys duplex. Each cast of S. on 2 oa caret : electricity.Reduced NORT-DwDtOw
and ..t B ew. ed frame bungalow on 75 ft 8.5 ... 4 and .p.rt fur block efficiency cottage on one of St. Price. W.storl.nd Broker t b..t price. 68.1SO: I I.tt. 56x180 such. as 60. Business
b.U I Ld Property Opportunities
Reasonably priced. b.ht P CADPl 1.7 t Excellent oil furnace beat. conylittle rom Leesburi's nice little lakes. House I dial 20818.1. 53. e good t.r I dl. Ui. I
P.r7 fuM. nished: pays 1 mODU. furnished. Priced to W. rarely offered at any pnc.
' with without furniture. S Cbu home at with .p1 KI 1..0. Caldweu
pOI V BOX 1 a-6tar. lct Wel .. lea: Mr. Folsom 18.Harold tn.Sbep dow t I. lt. I J. Kistler. Realtor F.. I LAKE FRONT- 0 choice location Realtor cor. C.nta.It Ab.r WI: 2- ,I' for Mr.1.O.Ter one-hslf Harold cash.OhepherdRealty See APT. HOUSE in Indianapolis.-19 room Ind.frame Steam located

Realty E. restricted r'de laneoaks 0786.
AVXW18 herd LUlr
-6-room h and We Co 2 83.650 cash buys 2-famfly ho. LKO-m.l cottage on large I 20 w.sh.\1 St, heat stoker: electric refnxeratio.i:
bath; I.r... Deep Ab officer ter" .D fully bone 5124. Winter Park. Convertible Into 4- Lke Orln. near Lersburg.Terms. and >a Hchea eley.b..a LAKE FRONT Lovely small Malt- I j Phone 5124. fully furnished. Pine location su

street. 1 acre la nice trove lu. umisbedr brm 3 story bouse. apartment house. Close to shoppIng Gr.rd Lbr j Lk.. DYa .fordm. .Wa land estate. Modern home, conicalheating transportalioB. Gross income ovec
traiL to stores, post Real buy. PARK Exceptionally nice Yl. 10' .Ct Le P.yt. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-TraUer
PI. 711. inc AU
C oll W district Lburl across Lake time : 2-car garage; 1!n l.tb. building. 84.100 per year will net 82.800.
school a cha Pc D' 2 bedroom Iu"ao. I .11 Ceke. F' Over 150 ft. lake frontaie. court park: lane In good repair. Always filled to capac
2 bedroom :
. 610.000 Black. P CT' 1 1" house MONTVERDE rooms and bath offered for sale ,ca To and apartment: storeroom
Realtor phone tn. J D.17 lane living pitA .pprOe Hne.bbb. 1.0 down buys 3rm. some furniture metal roof. Lane I II Phone 8462. landscaping several lane fruit trees. rooms with .l. Owner ity. 816.5OO cash by owner Write
; Partially .tte ea.t. ,
automatic some Lake A real value in a close-in lake front | .Ic 1 C. Caldweii. 143 w. 16th St. Indian-
I oom. plutr .n Ipl. nished and only at n.r 82.25O onmorttave. lot. pleasant I.toa 8. W. J.Ktstler. LOCKHART tots on paved street must sea look after business -
, LAKE VI-Wei furnished furnace > 1'.8. Dr. Orlando. B.l.ae property. George Kittredie. Realtor t spoils. 2. Ind.i .
hsesg. I.5. good water, and la aD oemsey and Green. Brke & Bee this bouse then ee I R..ltr. T.y.r. P. 'I lo sale .trade. Car .what nave ; 3-3176. B I special for lmmela.1..I i pi
closed boat tiled porch realsouthern prc .ddUa Central Phone 41 by the you. Francis Mills. Bear Lke. ; e.l. 2-3113 Sam 30h. C. I
cottage located .a. "y. me. MOt DRA-A .at LAKE built i AUTO BODY and Paint Shop. S1.10O
Quest or rental the clear good lots 18th St. FONT- souse; j 8.
: on 1.ID.
co property low rented. 4 lane It LTnrl I Grocer living quarters. S13SOO
N. .
apartment ) laraie. Deep rich aofl. fruit trees WINTER PARK Lake Maitland. A A. Culver Golden. Broker. 1121 waters of beautiful Lake Dora we I .. 1519ig. N. Orange in .c. t ba-. i ORANGE BLOSSOM feet Service station. 86.6OO Restaurant
Ilk Inc citrus i Tt4
lot feet landscsped. opportunity one .Orlando Ave.. Winter park have of rest and contentment Ave. tre. 536 feet on hth. the
luWu terms. C. B. DeviL rare t au. 0 a fHla. ; phone 132. Price by 490 the 68-SOO. Many more See Mark with
right. Mo. _.CW.a.b Realtor. 104 10 he most attractive livint. to 195. P. B i propertyrented 1 Geeslin. Realtor. 143 N. Mala.I .
P I ele.2-1&1 1 c. wt >re Ave.. 81100. Prince Realtor: trailer "ttou. Income Louis
Rt. Bd.; 3O5. exclusive section. Modern h. and 6 rooms 2 .cuco LTB.n.e Anittallt La.. 1 for r month and a I 2-1464.
.tOD lO.
MURIEL ST. 101 *.-2 bedroom spacious trouods. Offered bar- lifetime roof I section. of these I II KORTH.-.Near 17-92 Highway. 3- I fine home addition to the land .
bunialow close to school PUcK CA8TLX-A neat 5 room home .aia. I Mr. Wheeler with Harold eluding grotto la.l. Lane tot lots. 13. Tera,. Broker..17 1407 badreom. furnished house: chicken complete.details please call at

and but .te. M.1 after. P.1 .IU"t quick possession. 64.23O. 8nepIeri. Realty Co.. 2 X. Wasnini- I OPEN HOUSE beautifully t T home is I WashIngton St* dial 2-3937 and a I runs; ..r"e. house in excellent condition For Otflct. Prank Crebs R .lto.M7 Met- I BAR.RISTAURANT-.COrktsfl lOUnre
Realtor. Bids. phone 8124. I completely furnished excellent I sod package store combination.
Ceb R.lt. 1 1tl lc CaJlau.b Ke\a tn I I for Tom. __ ; price 85.250. Sammie F.1 calf Building: phone %-110. .
2 furniture and is a real prescriptionfor One of the best spots tn Orlando.Owners
phon 2110.J 51.PICI WINTER PARK-Pint sight in and 823 E. Concord. Sunday t S cisco Realtor; room 4 A-
jangled other business Interests de-
out. will sell you on the real value nerves. W. J. cede: 7407.
BuUu lakefront SCHOOL DISTRICT of well built artistic and this lovely home eon- jKUtler. Resltor. Tsvares. Fla. I ORANGE BLOSSOM TAILr. ins nd his presence out of town. This
l.tb I bungalow with sleeping t. t.tn bedrooms. Venetianshades Come N and 2 ; LT LOTS: LOTS OA SECTION-Nice home and i close In site is your opportunity. For further de-
3-aert 28.SOO. P.rm I stating rm. bt. 80 fully land trailer park. property I
.r. pl RC- develop 38.cro f.r 30 r. I tourist cabins Te tails see Mr. Little with Harold
Immediate .0
Mo.. .0 cndlUoD drapes kltel ealpmentIlade. L.t I .. Anxebilt 865000. On fine Income ,
lned. some shade has
1 M.l Term O. All cmDlet1 lo I Ubr. lOO ft. Oak I rulty.tao. Pee I | Shepherd Realty Co. 2O E. Washint-
phone 6177 o 2270.MDerl. op.nc. ). 07 15.5.. 9812. tiled living dt.. COrer Il .. von excellent 81 5 room Jm. 1 100 ft. Paved road. N. out- 10.5. P.rl Real Estate. 31 .I buildings. This Is a chance for It I too phone 5124.

Lake S71r. R.ltr. appoIntment%Itb prch. 816.000 .10 7186.g3JSFSELlTo Gorl. b.tb lr. room house 'side. 8800 00. 250 ft. (5'ltf of I Pn 2-1641. ; a home income and investment. toresponsible 1 BEAUTY PARLOR Nearby town,
Crlaulb Schiller. cattle I terms
R.ltr. hora Ford- Delaney S2000.OO. 60 PINE is priced right and very easy
.r. l.r. CASTLE 2 ia 1" 2 bedroom
etealf renV
2m cna Call nice equipment tow owner
Wood floors clean. Price PAR AVENUE Section-Completely ''enns. B. Bt ..7 R.ltr'l[ son tr.ctr. Ford .ddJ. business section 8325000. Ask us home newly painted lane living- ( psrty. Exclusive. i
I and
overwoaked wants te retire: good
65.8OO. V. cash balance lal 2 bedroom home with ote .'. 2 lr.e water about other Orlsndo "1-OR42. for appointment I showJ.
; tak. 1.&n 1 room fireplace automatic
Ten .o value It. C.'B. Davis. Realtor.
porch. Nicely land- WINTER PARK-A pl.tre .u Real Estate.ORANOB see
with Herman e estate. 1mAdalr 0. .rl and Wlnt .
i monthly sir & Pratt trees. Bus and with real personality and :: I I.ut I ) settle twer .horse..prn. I 2 screened A 1 Gblo 104 E Jefferson. 2-1649-7305.
Goodwin. Inc.. Broker. 677 N. Orange; a.P ao 5 > .tlr. porches
Call Ray Lennon on high section cr mediate _eo ro l.tl loreo sale. rUl. Obe. co.aer. and in .ddltoD. la
8652.MICfflOAN. .lt coan Intr.t Hall! 113 N. A 2 I BLOCK PLANT-Oa East Voasti
.l Myers. 29 W. and 6 Irch. Iro. A..Dr7. a.lto rom now rnt4. NORT.tor. for
G Ra. .r lot100x400 i.tl. VrNE. operation and making money
bungalow Wu- p. Ezeat cDlua I corner aalt. T.y.rr. f. Ave.. lane rich black
room ; would l.nduaP. 811 fMi'rHs 1 details contact. C. B. Davis. Realtor.
101 Inl. tt I fL Modern home ex- Priced income with second
1 lane newly citrus nice lawn .ae.- ARK LAKE-la this highly desirable Imel.t possession.Priced fruit trees .lh paying aU expenses of elusive Eiutis residential i, with C. B. .. 15.. .11 .0. Jeffer-. producing soot I 104 E. Jefferson. 2-1549-7305.

& and section and only three blocks to sell .wck7. under Lao make four sleeping 35O feet of sloping lake frontaie. 2 Few son. 2-1449---a.lor.. available for
close property. Oranse
eraghrubberp. I apartment
lores.. 5150 tl Bam ba Johnson fom Colonialtown stores and H replacement c. Smith.7'with market.David I rooms. Revenue producint property. bedrooms with connecting bath. Liv miles south of fnJ..i Choice i I PINE CASTLE SECTION acres floor BAR AND NIGHT CLUB-Oa beautiful -
8. e this three bedroom Ca Crlott Includes 7 buildIng lots. Entire place log rom. hall and dining room building sites high on good citrus Call Charles
Co208 Winter Park. P.D 10' or truck land with 4 or
.M.II. with front door liiattractive 61. ; cUed pine. I i r.lt t
eab.ae. .adr.. completely renovated B.r..1. He.&I.tr type a.t huhway. srreaceavs ifdesired. room and b. unfinished lake. Look for the Picture oa
MILLS 8 1. N.--Do you IOTC flowers? six 18 bus ural fireplace. & .0. Ph
room .ld -BEDROOM cement; new; near Furnished. If deue. P- Wetme rof and Roy A. Miller. Realtor. 213 Flower Realtor 33 S.
Here a nice 5 room home, living porch at rear school street: I 115. 621 foundation 21.LKE I frstste
I lt lot 8u.r. I and ; >aye .0 .rl" only. Lkene. D.ra b.ment iN. Main St. Phone 2-4852. I C.bt Real Psie.
oa a COrer with a lovely ens pleassntest homes 82.000. "et> Big shade trees VIW-Home. grove and gar |
te built by one
and sales b .The have 0 if yon don't need that a.l.bbrbo Realty. 2-2852 or MODERN-Yet pre..r. in call today for P.e arHt. I LANCASTER DR.-100 ft. on lake. rich land allcleared )JalflphoneS5lS.

hOI ma I frame conteUo.; partly the bedroom with the separate ea -0074BEDROOM.0 ItU.er of Orlando's le.dl.I cot.ctn ment. Tht home pill. sell .PPtt Restricted residential section. Call : warm spot. Good 6-rrom 1 ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL Business j I BUSINESS LISTINGS NEEDED-See

has 3 with t.De at the front a good : BUNGALOW with Pritidaire. 194O P.PDr.e. rm.. b.u- you. E. Morse & Co_ Eustis owner. 2-8361. house 3OO ft. from lake front: newly some with lake frontageas Hsrlow O." Fredrick.Business

adjoining bt. plastered walls and besides. Pe 11. 0.0. gas stove automatic water tiful fr. line kltb Fla. Phone 138 or 247 White. I painted. 4 In trove. One low as t per foot. See us this I Headquarters. 118 N. Orsntt.

t new root; ; I you art OD Call OHarra-Moore Rat 22 eater. Inspect at 906 26th St. and en dr.1 district. posses t LAKE HIGHLAND HEIGHTS-Select mile city limits good town near Orlando week 11.5. ls available for | BAR. PACKAGE STORE and restaurant.

of these people "a green 108 E. Pine. Remley at" Edicwster Hotel Din- Small down imedit balance 52. Groves for Sale your homesite now in this restricted 1 oa concrete road: electricity beach filling. Excellent site for lakefront l Attractive building: well located
sion. I
thumb." it will pay yea te Investiistethis PINK CASTLE-2-teoement house: M ni Room. Winter reasonably. For a real buy residential development. Work on I A real buy for S925O. Goof terms. Tourist Court. Rex-McGUI I oa main highway. Excellent income
value. C. B. Davis. Realtor. 104 Dper has 4 rooms lower O.rdel See at COMMERCIAL GROVE 15 all improvement is to. underwayAll Jim M Csldwell with Asher Peter 128 N. Orange Ave. Phone : -good inventory stock. New
E. Jefferson. 2-1648-7305. a bth 3 NEW (4 rooms and bath. In a lovely bun..I. .ne .cr. witeorereatee Realtor eor. Central and Main; R.lon and restaurant equipment.
3 and HOW broker. lots 65 _ ___ kitchen
rooms ..u O.L at each. 312 E. Smlb your PeapPl and Valencies. 1:yeais .r 447. ._, I and i
MeNntt-Heasley. Also 2-bedroom
Attrsetlv. inside and out bathroom 10. 175 Priced from
M. 2r Call Jo. Real Et.W .eD THIS BEAUTIFUL ESTATEHaSbeen .eU IO.t .i dr.I.. Realtors. 15 815.. Washington St and trailer site. cabins pith ssrates on premises
bungalow; equipment 6 blocks from near 8 of land with good -rom TOURIS CUT
e e7; Court; 2-4481. reduced in price .u.u.1 .. 1 I ACES nearest Orlandoand by appolutmect -
Immediate possession. Price. lurch and ; oa bus U present crop of boxes included. Phone 5106. furnished fruit i I Sold by owner. Shown
. with terms or less for an a Orlando; .tr. orange t -ROOM partially furnished how. I home was rongtructed. to by a Price reduced 2.0 trees: on Highway IUD..lo.. 1875. See best buy oa Orange BlonwmTrsiL ciii,. Phone Sanford; 1175-J.
: 1 .
Kazaros. Realtor. loaded fruit. Move Inquire West Church wealthy man No corners w.r 12.5 t 110.5 Wheeler with M 3. Moss priced r.bt. Jim M. C.l..I'.uh
once .
11. some terms. LAKE LOTS-One at ; 1th. Bro
RiCard I squeesed. 550 feetlake Ta..r trove I.trl.ke.
Orna dial 20990.M.&ITIANDThaI and have food tome rented I Street.4R3M. OW.r:640: rut no pennies dock boat. Enjoy specialist with J. P. Broker. other on Lake Butler ker. 132 S. Mstn. phone or Asher p.t.r. B.ltr. cor. : BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES since
with M.ttl. 2
ee neat little .prment. Price. 14.8. Pb 2-246 frame nouae WI'.. 6 I the Iro'. room" .D 3>* n 1 I 15 I. 1.11 5809. I mere: priced tow for quick cash sale; 22070.rCRES tral and l.m. i8. cen-I I92O. Phone 2-10O8. Room 9, 45 W

cottaie near the side ef Lake PRINCETON AVE.-1211 Wet : fruit te. in back. H. L. Fowler. supplied massive oaks [ several good ones. call 7665. of Isnd. 50 bearing orange TOURIST COURT-East Coast : Central. Prescott V. Steele.

Bybelia with two bedrooms and good bedroom. completely East .. Box 311. Apopka. Fla. palm .It 95 b.n. citrus I!I GRVEBae Now is the tune LAKE KILLARNEY CIRCLE-West trees. 10 orange trees ready to Hiihway. consisting of "

equipment and ttu. \u.bo'c. modern kitchen: ti bath: .uprch ROOM HOUSE; bath: 2-screened trees aford.tr. ( to buy. F. rld. -Realtor; Loni- end. Lane beautiful corner lot; set out. 4-11 houses electric. coaret block coU..... Lane BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY-Highway
.. be had at raelo. A home you will proud porches. 10aeresof land. 4 fruit In AU modern IUnbdl| wood 21.INDIAN B lakeview.. See Walter owner need some repair on >eye road 1 building with beer and wine No. 1. Automobile Beret Station
of town 0"1 sari- CaU one ef Orlando's best residentialdistricts. rees. Priced B own- len .0. t.t. 2 b.tb. I, premises. e.el i. mile from Geese City Bargain and restaurant. Complete equipment.Also and repair shop in fine new plant
Mr. O'Harra-Moore. Real By owner. n. Curryford t.l. 11.. Ba 522. opening of bdrm ne. bl.b. Ie. th.nI RIVER-Extra warm 20 acre I t at 139. S19OO cash balance paid .u room famabe ap.rtment'' with two block houses la exceUentI

tors. 2-31; 10* B. Pne.NORTTBt.1 CASTLE-Neat 4-room cottaie. I house with 25 miles from Daytona Beach. Title citrus and tropical fruits trove LAKE ..u'ON"I:: ; off month or will lease S5O Filling Station >rprt7. Appro"t I I location doing capacity business. A
PIE 7TH ST.-1201.. .0 Exclusive between Indian River and BananaRIver :I per month year paid in stately 4OO ft on I Terms. Call O'-
Orlando and 2OOx30O ft. Garden; orangetises. Insured. lmmedl.t possession. 906 .dy.ne. ;: I real buy at 818.SOO.
I a cnnlOce.:brom U1. Price oa tower Merritt Island. Mostvaluable Good place for poultry I.r or Indian River. Excellent for Hsrra-Moore Realtors 2-2380 109E.
concrete 82000 I .
Wttr c.I lelat -.Ia rom. ktben. In. B..uUul. to the order fruit Colonial Dr.: dial 8015.I sell in loll buUd cottases. InquireBoy this splendid .
Modern 3-roora I Good .r. 3 J. V. Gist BX 161. >r..t t selling and 1 oppnua-I Pine.
IreUol. city fire protection. Completely cu M.. wt. 677 N, OrangE .prc two rom ad ca Fla. fleeces shipper hit to .t.bi It Freeze supply when .rml..D store. ity for a couple t.COUe a BEAUTY SALON-A downtown location

furnished. 83500. Exclusive w 15.BBI8N. chicken.a. .houses and cme"..rdel Io .at 1 HAVE BEEN Looking for an here.mO' .r.bearing nnerkno.D I IWEI with plenty 30 ACRES land and lake on p.ne tourist court a enepton.l with a return of approximately

wt Buk'Nea. Realtors; lit AVB. IdeaUy he rear. Price reasonable. )o.ae.1115.0. th 1 It. 2-room four acrrs 1 acr. Cltr. PAK- lake. P.O. road having good bungalow "aoall. prce. good business. I. 45% on Investment very tractivelease.
dl 135. and office. 3 an'le Pb. 8779. 2V* located. Tou cultued maniocs and Box 21..Orlando.blok sas and electric kitchen equipment; Can traUe. e.mp.at 112.OOO with terns- No This will not last. socaU Jan-
NORTH BIDK-(Near Oranie Ave.). reception room living 1m G.L terms. P. O. Box 2561. sifted varieties. Over 600 feet- M.aU Dnr- : barn 4 chicken houses and 6 acre phone d.U"e.information. please. See Brothers Broker. 235 N. Main. 7939
rom d i
LAS-.i-approye -- I bearing with 815
3 bedrooms and sleeping service lOS I I ful frontase e.ch--river. Ion .rop. 5. BOAT and business. 22'
oom. ktel ATTENTION OI's and Civilians-We I! Folsom with Harold Shepherd CHARTER
M. J.
13th. Broker
p". painted and ifl A-l corner lot. Price 813.- .bme can I a Home site. Electricity. I 132 I E. Bt. : cabin bunks toilet. See Remley
edt $5500Allen Johnson. 000. P.D'a.Crebs. Realtor; .phono ready 70U. Also 1. approved.o .u lo -can now bud for bath you of at good once con Te..at O P.ye.lb r.d.orke resid- 'ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-South- I Msln.. phone 5977 or 2-2070. .I Co 20 Washington at Edsewater Hotel Dining Room.

N. Orange; 6613. "Speclallxlnt wn. I c.n: .with Veterans Real Estate rom and furnish lot on excellent 11.. Truckland. .. control. I I 817.50 per fot. Rex Mct. Realtors i TOURIST COURT-About one acre Winter Garden.DOWNTOWN .
In B. ; Court: phone .trelol. Terms. Kershaw exclusive .llt. 105 high land close with 149 ft. frontage Highway In nearby
B.OSKMKP.K.-.Desirabls >r..r mod- A.ele7 21.8. 2-481. AU for SS.80O. W. can 11.0. Cocoa. Florida. Aaa7. I Ave. Phone ACE 17-92. New 5-room cement block GROCERY-
new but good house for Civilians 80* or SOB 4. small city: enjoying good business.
masonry secure an or.o..1
NORT-o .n bu..l. h.rd.o a live town of 10 house. No location for tourist
I PALM 2 ; consisting
8A50O. S rooms aD : casement wlldo.: IRA loan. P. Boland. Realtor: TRRC. IoU t lte Ideal location, extra good lease. C. B.
lt Owner financed. Move in "Uac .. black 1. K. B. 672 N. ; dial 53. Acreage tor Sale 120. Iot cur Ti 1 .or U.. 111.0. Davis. Realtor 104 E. Jefferson.
Cb.ul Realtor. MetcalfBids. lipa Nigh lake view JOB BRK8utea C.r"1 O.le Kittloger 2- I acre trove: 30 acres heavy pine timber ke. 8 2-1549-1305. 0 .
.n bt P. Batehelder Realtor
Completely FLORIDA SHORES-On S. Orange 1193 or 2-74.
)IOBTU-Ineoin.. 10 room home andcottaie l replaced today lan aD7ber.Cod I". very. attractive One 2brm IUTERS. For .0 values and I Blossom Tri Only 3 highway PAL TERRACE-Beautiful building I ; complete chicken equipment; 28 1. W."hlnao. DRY earnings CLEANING ia 1946.BUSINESS 86.OOO.-CaU- Net at
. of with .a.I. tions new choice t left. See our lake view and lake fronts.Attractive 2 frame; corner tot. '
.' Price 814.00O. t pr 110.0. \ 1105 with kitchen tr.et fro.t..e small cement block house and most of AARTNT. office for details. Prank rebs. Real-
IUr1. Iled OUe your price. 66500 up. see furnished
6 Oeoree Painter with Asher kitchen ;
Bee Metcalf Bldg.2ORTUWUT. I B& Rt. R Co Ten. prr.C.r T.d. I tor. .837 Metcalf Buildlni. Phone
R.I\r. Realtor Bids.
teal built modern 2- Wet.1 51. Peter. 70 E. Central; 2-O786. oper. 31 easily convert into 4
"reade 437. rolonlsltown- Re.ltr. I. Or.nl 2-12. PY.1 .p.rmeaU.
same 1923. You'll be I. good lake. On paved Electricity 2-mfe
SOOTHEA8T SECTION-Good 8roomframe lr baD.ao. Completely fur r. ac. .u GOTHA acres big..bearing trove RIDGEWOOD AVE-Nice high rod 86.5.. 85.5OO ..I. b.I.. monU PLANT-One of the
OVERLOOKING LAKE Iuc& Owner moving Dlbed. 11.5. trm.. fed .IU.0 3lrm. frame bun- lot. fruit 11.20. H. Wsrfield Dorsey. Bee Hale with Bettes DRY Doing a lane
r Into wir hoe Would like quick t. bunialow. .. .eened prche.; electric Realtor. Court: Dial 5313.RAILROAD I II D.1 60 FT. FRONTAGE. In hot lu.IDe.1 best ia the city.Lone lease. Reasonable
sale. Very condilIon. 2 only 87,900. Owner OPEN HOUSE-931 W. Princeton Ave. stove; telephone: 9 houses: location. Doctor dentist volume of business.
ldrm. FRONTAGE-hO feet onrailroad hatt
New cement Insulated .0 .11.ken Investment Co. 25 W. rent. Shown only by appoint
, 2 .l h. a l-.r .a.. See t I. tr.nferrd. on psved road over 110.- I 4OO feet Street entrance ,, W.I..tl. plumber or grocer; check this P. Bryan. Business Opportunities.
bo. U ht Part cash. see tbe. and others call This new b.uW1 3-bedroom bungalow M. 3. Moss 13th. Broker. 132 dep. house for easy conversion to combination ment. Clark
. f. and kitchen G. Bru Rat7 Co 0. to property 812,500. Phone 130 3. Court St.. Oranit
, .MAl Cb II J ills J Concord; 9034. phone 6977 or 2-2070. 8:1. business and home uses.Barialn '
tt. so with U. : lane attractive living room: I Krebs. R..lor. 507 Me\.1 at call Hotel Lobby phone 2-O237.
The city LAKE FRONT-ID-acres from paved phone 1 I 11.1 lumlshe
_ _
ple 13.0.0. att- It I 2.170. Country Prop Don Dudley I DISTRIBUTORSHIP: Nationally
. 84.000 00 ,; It I.rl. .U" bath and road to 1.t. White sand beach: tots In t INRET. I 2-745. Extinguisher Co. Small
I u1 plenty of closets: troves known Fire
tie lose WIER PARK-ResadenUa Iront BEAUTIFUL home
will buy property building can ATTENTION Drastically to Mr. Lane I I A
U u it ruce with 15.0. Lke lo.le section. frontage and P. H. Black j .South Colni 1, Investment. Exclusive territory. Box
living house completely Emertency sale! Suburban H.rm.1 Broker. I br I
.urn 4-rom G.ln. Ie. Psved street.
attached Realtor 21. 128 8-atsr.
RaP Agency. Rlt In K.Orange pF lv electric f. collate. Electricity; : ao.er breH".7 .r. 6'7 N. O.n.e; building. As low as I.' ie.at. .I Ln..o "etb living room dining .0. .1.
.. I.pt NEW. tile bungalow 2 porches. I breakfast and EAST COAST HOTKI.Potysevenroom -
bitches; chicken land; paved ; trc kltbeD
"ye Te 1. .yard; baU and oad. 2-.cr b.r..11 ler 81..': Wilma kt.. equipment Included; l.COre FNTAOE1Dar.. 3-bed citrus today. C.1 Winter. Park 54R acres bearing srovoo a Highway 17 .on first floor. Two complete I hotel with nice furnishiasa.
shrubs: plenty of other Re K. rom 15 b.r. ,2-5! right .t WInter Park. Less than apartments on second floor splendid dining room drawing trade
able; for lld M.rl'Bn Run Broke. 1 tot. Owner says sent We say 'rees. Pine soil l.rdeD For lust off S. Dixie make a Die M. 3. Moss Broker. bedroom and bath oa third floor.: !: from wide area. This is SB attractive
f NORTHWEST auluba 3 mile* Id.a ct ie.t Cour. 91.DtL subdivision it is tood or 15 I..d. Some shade; I!, 820.0.. phone 61'1t 2-20'0. 12I Outside entrance AU' opportunity for note operator preferring
.. out. Mew house.3aeres n 111 PakL. DWELLING-Close in. Brick bay! Martie Williams Realtor. 2 W. lakefront lots. 4Vfc miles fromcenter Abstract to d.t..0 Price completely and t.p.rmeet. East Cos*. Fire 880.000.00.

f 3-aeree In bearing eranie ."y. .parl& or .ttla. lifetime roof .paoa of city: paved r.d.electricity Clark P. BrJ.a 13O S I I New three-room and bath unfurnished -I, Call Mr. AUsopp with O'Harra-Moore.
paved read. Electricity after 5 P rm. for tile b.t. W.h.tOI St. Phone 8106. ; gas; sunshine trees. Court St.. .. Lobby, phone earageapar tusest. Beautifully Realtors.. 2-238O 109 E. Psse.PTRrrflRE .
. : sewerage. Price 665OO. SOUTHEAST CITY U Jut fur Will sell the home and 2 tots with 3-0237. 81500 CASH landscaped Present revenue I
t balance month mtslde; 3-storr Ikt ed. Modern kitchen e. lake privIleges for or williou Iounu. ,
Small tr. Pe.t Lr. from 6%
I,. Mr. P7t Herman Ooodwln. 1.n just cvaapletclr n plot of croud with du. .a OPPRTI-Ne a. 4-bedroem 4 acres Wt trove for 12 LTS20 ft. from Lk. Susan la total price f erase w 4-room house I on sale price aPDroum.tl for STORK Located tn one
? Orlando several
1. "t\ or guests of Central Florida's best towns.
. Inc N. Oranie sarate; variety of bout.. plus Ic.. lyeU..t f.m. 1-1. If want a will and 1 acre on paved road 2 miles comfortable home. Owner
pa,. three A-I occlusIvehome l.r.l. nice homes. Abstract to date. Price .Urat. This store is well stocked, accounts
shrubbery; pos W. 8. I I8t. for .. Nut door I have .
985S. IIU. 354
. dial session. c.1e.t own- 7833.OPEN Realtr.. Cuch i Mton.. Besides the livable Herman ..0.. .. 677 110 for all. Clark F. Bryan. Owner. a ct 1 for BOi Anbnmdale. Fla.POR } are in Soot sbape and U mating
er. 7263 175; b.1 .. .PhoD Po. home garage apartmentswith N. Oranie: dial.9855.or flfifin Broke Court St.. Oranie Hotel or If you want 01 a ".e.. 82.20 SALE-Lease on restaurant do money. Owner is Ill and will sell
30 bath for rentals or recreation Lobby phone 2-0237. sell both and 2 B.rall"I'l ins good business beer and ; for inventory and accounts. Yow

i r \t DR SUBURBAN -New. moerl ti bua- rom Phone 51. It's Claybauih. LANDS-In the sand hills shout 3Vi SEVERAL and industrial cash. "oa.e Asher Peter. are.Realtor C.I see Saturday or Sunday after 1; cannot replace some of this furniture

. NOKTI. la. 9 large rom.. hlih- HOUSE 931 W. Princeton .Ave. you for .o values. Realtor miles West of Orlando city I lots COMMECL. C.ntr.1 Ave. Price j cor. Central and Main; 2-0766. a.m.. ph. 10.BEE.ORS I l on today's market for inventory
We offer a frame bedroom bu .ce fine Metcalf Bldg.WANT 8125 to 8175 per acre. price owners esumste stocK ana
.ma nicely This a bar- new 3 bedroom bungalow In Lake County about Sl.OOO each: c.s or terms. Clark I A VI. and ROpl..i accounts will around 433.OOO.
: home with furnishings connected lld 1 T b.uW1 A GOOD BUY? Home or one P. Bryan. 130 8. St., fast < run
Must act quick. 0. A. m South of 20 umlt"I' Cour aowal Real.tor
with living acres For details see W. B. Nicholson.
I sewer fl.ple. I .Dar.Cab come. Its a two-story Ul. Orange Hotel Lobby. 237. business district ho.
; lane attractive living room p.ne and. .el.bbrbo 14 8. Main BU phone 2-1619.
at 39R1.8ttA
rom & 11.0. ner.with A 1.r. pleUDL. rom 110.I I. County about PROTECT YOUR tn.tmelt build 56. Business Property for SaleAPARTMENT b. ; inquire owner 941 Rub ,I

111 N. plenty of tiled andshower .tr.etlye North of Crestvlew 40 only in a home
Han Agency fle
New two bedroom "
ct l.t apartment 1. PILLING STATION and
Br Reato over garas I taraie
10 ; 8250 and up. Your i 12 In;
ex d mineral rishts. 84OO. cl.
trm. M Ut
stare house cation. You'U buy It for the atC sale account
Ay.Te I nicely furnished ing.quartersPor on
I Cobb. Picardy Place : $ ; 57. Real Estate Exchanged
home All for : attached; Realtor. Metulf In Santa Rosa County St. Mary'De of
1m. I.ra. Club.u.b Bid. 1 tCness. Owner. 389 8 Hughey.
cm>lt1 IrDe. 8 Oalvea 103 acres waterfront I ple Dr.. Winter Park. terms on balance. Birdie Carter Kit-

> .6.Te. P. .h. Realtor Wid kitchen equipment Included; lane about 10.:miles from Milton BUY TO BUILD or this linger B.lt'. ph. 2-1198 or 2-0074. 3-BTORY ROUED.lr.l. location. FRUIT-VEG1TABLE MARKET-One
MORT 85m.U bUD.aO" oa Pine. Phone 1 J and 20 miles from Penaaeola .pul.t.. home Win f. of Orlando's finest. Owner required
6812. 15.,0Uu I large corner deep con .Ic. o
eorr .11 iU. 00. 11.0.obl corner tot. Owner sell! We .. BIG VALUE-Lane. roomy 4-bed- P Lewis. l.t .I. ..e. 2750. Comp.r 16f.Worh lrnt AATMETSPrh.t fUrlh apartments. I runt property In Oeo. J to sell will take 835OO cash, balance
\ SIt Ra 13 7 ) rom house with livIng room din money. Get Real- Owner has 4 I Realtor 2-3176. easy terms to responsible party. Ex.
.ID. 111.e SANITARIUM SECTION Exeellen room and kitchen; very ample ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL Where thrl. C'Jb.u.b. ote ntut.Ino elusive with Courtney Realty Co. 392
) buy! Williams. 21 W. tor. per month. WILLSKLL-Or exchange for Or
buy in a partly fur M.r Relr. most people travel Florida'! Main I Met.1 11.3. 22471.rILtflqO .
N. Oranse dial
: proportions. On tot of :
NORTHEAST terms. George
S ft Painter Airier I 2
SONpa I Slaked .; ; .0r.r 15 Street Limited number 214. S and TWO farms Kfflari .It lando property modern bedroom
bedroom ae lUo. Washington St. Phone 8108. froDt.l. This li a lovely LTo Peter. Realtor. 70 E. stores bonealow. eleetrio
room. dinIng room ana den; completely asonabU otter r 8n. you can really enjoy to 10-acre tracts S2OO to 839O per acre, Crle. e.d Lake Killamey, 2-78. a il&ha
roulpped kitchen. Lam tot It. 32 1. Pine t. the fullest. Ton would expect to pay terms. Jim M. Caldweu with LonerPeter. lake view; other backs up APT.-Por a .1 yield oa your Investment ;i, breakfast ak t."at STATION bargaIn this
F furnished carpeted -
fruit trees. Immediate possession ., froataie M 50* mare for such as but we R..lor. corner Central and to it and faces on county blihway. 5-nnit property wlU .ael.a bl.d j
Will sell
lots. week only Oood location.
aUBtBb. th. Combined depth 250 feet width SO Close in. completely furnished !I T.o i
I and
r Main: 2 fon. .dolnnl
81.835 to
M. J
only I
Stripling this
. block cottaie. deliver it 1
8 .It Lr. BIO SE ..1 Located Met entiref business. Key job. Equipment
11.0. feet. Several and grapefruittrees. good
, Mo Broker. 12 Mala. Oood .1 electric PUP. Suitable fe" .ne 3 bedroom 17$First come. first served. Trade 9 ACE b.utful. lakefront with wonderful orange soli. Lights, amount ael.bbrbo. T. "It.1.I i i 1 bourne. P.. 1016 'Biuf. and Inventory alone exceeds 84.000.
phone 697T or 2-2070. business and residence frame and cement homes not Scald: Louis : foot I 844 prle b. In office

coblf.UI elUr .. J..le7 priced. .t ..It complete yourself.Inside.Save money.Move la Large and 14 wth N. W.I; 2-114.Geea paved road elr.. 2.4 See 120 Stripllnt from city ;'::telephone two left available.of 12. 11.0 County -I I with been redue. 15.0. LJl, I i WILL home EXCHANGE in very lane exclusive brick modern location only.86.500 Courtney'cash. Information Realty. 392 N.'Orange;

NORTHEAST SECTION Price reduced tn W1. 111 dn.ntow. L. pree. for C. Brassier., 754 1:8 dial 2-247L.
Rodsers. Brolr. Court. It do In. near stores eehot R.ltr'l with M. 132 8. Mala. bth. 1. 677 N. Orsnie: dial I la suburban W.blctn. D. C
this nicely 1 1. Phone
0 Irla Easy son Drl. 22561. for a Incaties
10 .ld 10. tr phone 6977 or 2-2070. I APT. BOUSE 29 Centrally I or
two bro home In h. SOUTHEAST-4-room bungalow: comPletely Co 1401 MUST SELL new 2-bedroom OAK ISLAND rom. at bedrooms and 3 !
section. with Prisidaire Ower W..hln.tol. Price reduced 10, miles out hIgh and BEAt on Lk. < located. Good '0.1 .r Orlado. <, .r't03. I
du e .ndd.aU A fae i.h..7. ACREs ; ft. Lane oaks la good baths In nearby vicinity.Reply j PILLING STATION. Service OaraK
Magic cochere amlaraie. LIke a lift 84750. r: 83000. Klttlnger 3' 17 |i iI I Antique
ouUtnc IU.IO.. Ce 11.. Pr Immediatepossession. OPEN HOUSE. 1102 Bnw Ave. csth. Remainder like rent. B.11$0 Realty. tm or 2-O074. beach good fishing. Box 986, Pine years. Owner Box g-Blar. I Ii I C. StDbef. 7720 Old suburban*. LotW Shop Dry Cleaning

k. 118 N. uoa Hrl.. 818&Per 87900. -. Shnmway 2 until 9pm. See bed before you. buy. By owner. D. More 1-3 ACRES hIgh oak Castle. i APARTMENT COURT New and I Grnt. Rd Shop, One Drug of Bton.the best pay Ins Ore-

''I great t live la Orlando. Realtor; 140 N. Orange: dial 2-332 room. bunislow full lake overlookIng priviletes.beautifullake. New phone 5787 or 6430. 1 ridge sloping to Iske. .ne miles In LOTS OF residential LOTS from 130' t 1.0. moel CoDtn..f two 2-b-I' Iad. M.n-I ceries Plant. and Markets in town at 811.-

.IU and many attractive HOUSE. 9 rooms modern; 3 mlc H W. Blt.I title. 880O full price. I G A. C. I.tlo. P.ye rm bul.I..10rom aa i 5*. *-Rel Estate 000. OPlaclnt you la the "business
NoRTH END-Furnished S-room lola8510w. BU-e 8 room klthe. out 13.5. easy terms Dial for I90OM4 .trPta.. .Clde.Brke. .."P&.t Galot you prefer is my business. nines
aoer Inspect today. 11. Orlando OpenSundays. < ,
now .c.aL Extra big kit- condition fe.tar 4644. :I "y. WIIWr P.rk : ft. One of the most desirsble 1 -List 1920. DIal 2-1008. 45 West CentraL
bln.l.i .r. o.ne. ,
PenneU. 1 40
Broker. W. Church St. J. warm
.lr ba. sections of the i ORVROMB1IEE-
then with dinette leaves 3 bedroomSavaIlable. 8 fruit trees chicken NEW 5-ROOM-Cement block house. I c\7. 8 tl. 1 Prescott V. Steel. Broker.
Phone e
If desired. OPA rent cell- I etc. a comfortable home 2193.BEU I Ieomplet mok | FOR SALE.by the owner. 2 'ou r7 wtb .r"
ri Tt 1 2 good truck Realtor. 438 N. Main .olln. : I I Broken
An attractive la- O. 11$ re Lndor. pbo. I lots on Dollve.Bur.N W. Washington; Ceaalt."el...Ie
ins 8720 per year. H.rlo. Pek 83750; cash balance 2-4737. lk.re. GI.nco R. 672 N. modern house trailer for sac.
vestment at Per terms N. Oranie. Dial 8188. L PN Bom& Pe. M. 2-393 Vi.lll. across from dial 141. O.c. tocatlotT 17-93. Malt
like by W. Alee. Hlway
1. 1317 "It's treat live Orlando? rnt Sld o.ae. with good easy of I I Rollins h lot 91x160 ft. I GROVE WAE! 10 20 acres. Good oa
f.nr. ; ea t
; James J. Raltr. t I r 1.r. Rt. of Cannon 7 ACE BUSINESS SITE .
Idea Irtl with trees.Desire lead. Pla. _ _ _
Blvd. -Opposite dial en combination l.t. 1 car laraie.beautiful Mills Airport. .cce. .tr.m. H tU.lle now; i Will sell separately or together at Fronting 100 ft. b..ltb7 luU-.ra.
, 7S88.. SUBURBAN 4 land (2acres 1..1 40.1\lake. Pricedto teneral purpose: price. I an attractive price. All I fine homessurrounding :> and Railroad with depth of 180"ye.. Winter J.CID. Richard i GROCERY and Z-bcdroom
ar. TWO NEW miles out. Strout W Kaiaros Realtor Good highway; on bus.
a Noble 31ti
.. BOUSETo 8.5. Rr.17. these lots. Inquire Quick action Or.u.
1 trove) .l- Hl. Real Wlblh.. 2-33:1.' 4 and and 826OO. I' H.rr dial schooL 86.700 cash, balance 80mo
520 Henkel ei.I.5el.Br.1 near
Circle. Broker, 235 N. Main; 2-V.
NORTHEAST-3'4 blocks from el *' IPt and make offer. Cou Easy terms. Inquire at 1780 Indiana G.rl.nd Ktttiaier Realty, ph. 2-2852 or
ner Colonial and Oranse. nay R.lt7. 383N.Oraogs; 3-41. Ave Winter Park. 69 ACRES fronting two paved roads. I ParII CENTRAL AVE. W_New cement G.I 1
home furnished and Electricity on prooerty. One mile Harlow 2-0074. -I-
STRATFORD MsX block building. leased for 9 years LOS
tbd IDEAL RETIRED COUPLE from Apopka. Terms. I 55. for Sale dealing in real GROCERY and meat market; eqmp-
for Immediate occupancy nor. lovely furnished home. spa- P 13.5. B Country Property \ for 8200 per month. Price 818.OOO. l Plk. InvoIce -
Priced at 110.0 for quick sale and claus landscaped lot. desirable Jones with M. J. 13th. ., I Prank Crebs. Realtor. 607 morc... I.u. 118 N. meat and stock at praoUeatly ..
only e"l required. McNutt- Warfield. Rea. A neat wen furnished 3-bedroom -ATO 132 8. Main phone 6977 or 2-2070. C L3 miles; 17 acres on Building: phone 2-1710. Meta Orange; dial 81a. price; long lease. 865 me.terms.
W. Washington roldl.. 128.0.I" 8313. .roust on a beautifully lndap FIVE ACRES on Golden Road ''i P.yt. old trove: DIDO I [ Roper Realty Co- 33433TAflON.GRTMd
Hese.. 9106..1 11 So Cr 'e e tot for 18.5 Quick WOI Once you step Inside trr'l no turn- with"electricity ". R. 8 5O. : .Ieal.e.grapefruit, persimmons CLOSE IN DUPLX-mplet1 fur.nished. your property; we 5921. _____

BOB &unit apartment. O ins back! Once yon .e te 1nuri liberal terms W. A. 4850 ; 2 home; 1' 5&5. s busi UT0 today; C. B. GAS

bloc lued Nl lot. 1$ 84.500 cash and 850 per month buys 0.detail of t UQW.lt Cheney Hiihwsy. ..2- fDDn. I ION rooms and bath I.e trp.e.bdrom I ness. Price re Prank. Realtor. -E. Jefferson. Ph. ni I Cafe. Beer. Wine combination located
NORTWET-m.U 3. M -no youl It'snew. Crebs Realtor Do-
Wr well-built 3-bedroom
cub corner.
C Oaltt a semi-bath : downtown
.1 good
.1b 2. & cla lD Mil pbo. 214.SIVE 1 eu.. Park only 1 its furnished by an Interior ACE OR MORE TRACTS of rente appr hot..>rot.n phone 2-1710. | or 735. i log splendid oa business. Entire Proper
garden down and Clarcona rer1er.tor. b..tr LOT LISTINGS
.tr. LAKE 9-room block from and EdiewateDr. Dortr. I'a well ft.ad. up; EAST COAST fruit .Pe 1 de.1 I with income
house trailer downpayment. red brick I. 2 car above. CO"Dtr' -PUllni station ty under 6-yesr lease
1 Cash Call 1U.low on ar1 lD.D lot. 2 lane screened prb... le.1 Shown m.tbe. IU7 only. .C.U8tmDlnt.tD Road.partly Be.Ula good section sett.: close Owner.in: I home ..a..e.city rm clnD..c scene.truckIng. .Ie. rm rtl..t on the central W.lo.ton.o Mnn Rl\r.. 21 from other sub-rentals more lIsa.

OoukU 3-1993 Pr h I Henry t 10. Illt ae painted: copper roof. lo. Chester .oed Juan Hotel; laome: .. altogether I 1 paring'the monthly rate. Ownfff
S12.5OO. mediate possession. Asher Re.ltn. 606 Met 8b..r. 8al LISTINGS WANTED-Oa suburban this ssle. linilsedi-
Broker. 6 W. Church St.ORANGE .lune. WatnPd. phone trade in. 812.000 trm Sam .ol er separately no phone poor health forces
R.ltr 6.N. Or'le pho Realtor cor. Central and M.1 c.l 5151. 414. SOB Co.. 208 8. M.II. formation Contact. C. property close to city. Pnl I ately II you have some cash and
T 3-0786. i Davis. E. or unfurnishedWith room lute of pep and energy this is your
rooms. 3 2 the 459. 53-1. Ranches and Timberland I 1 : real
k&ben 2-lag9or 73O5. den end Priced from 4 to 7' opportunity to make ome
Highway fron- Bt 3 rooms CHICKEN FARM-Home and trove.z6s ckken.. Little
d1 PURNISHED DREAM Myers. 29 it. See Mr.
.a Three bedrooms takes
tholnd. Jo a.lt. 8S.50O
t.. NII3. lood title for quicresults lt 15&5 ft J 8675OCathryne lane glass living 2700-ACRE RANCH-Extra .en of land: I-rom i EAST COLONIAL AND HIGHLAND. Dial money. Shepherd! Realty C.-
429 EXCLUSIVE home section. When you prc CAT. story modem: 2-1 large corner tot with a future. H. 11. with Harold
wen Only 15 2..r 6li4.
\ hoe. _
a t 81.3 eah Pl. 3.2:32 Abundance of This is Phono
Iprn" 11. ww. hinium St.
SUBURBAN-About 9H miles from I drive thru the picturesque sectionand for 810.5OO. ..aa frm.o. front... on rage feed house: 8 brooder Warfield Dorsey. Realtor 118 8. LISTINGS WANTED-We have the ;I 20
I see tb. plur. window Wn. Immediate IU. 9 chicken houses with finest i Court 8t.OUET buyers U yea have the property. GRbCERY 82000
IY.1 : :
downtown 2-bedroom large lake. On
3 bed concrete .. possession. Call Broker. 40 acres .tote store,
ORW MNORB.atl Olfdo home 1 you will wish PeDen Call A. T. Carter. 531$ Jamersoa j block buildIOL
J Grade A White five acres lane concrete
block all moderconveniences. W. of Improved for HOME Off Central in
fIx ;
1 wt yes wen the .. new and I Canb. p.sar. e.t and Central all cash busIness;
M.D of citrus trees tractor and M.II end fixture
fun Peter. : C.rr stock
150 feeL Tile bath: oak floors 4V acres I detailed features. 3 2 R.altr. ealp, ever 84000 yearly with living Chriamaa Real
Best 1..1 good land sprinkled with pine Umbe bdrom eor. Central and Main; 2-788. I ment. AU for 15.5. Ask fo. o, quarters for owner. home t i,I LISTTNOS WANTED-Suburban and alee home separate. 6822.Girl'
er.t. u.fahe. with Bating Price 160.1 An additional 3 '. l.t.Buy It right .b. ClJl.ul. :: nice repair and Tt n.l.bbrbo i I City homes. business. groves Estste. 375 N. Orange:_

Investment Co O'Br1. Washlnito acres 1.7 be purchased.Jsmerson 'i, Ratr. Met.1. Pre QUA BUYS I 54. Lots for Sale : W. Washlniton :; Courtney Realty. 392 O.a.e. wsated. Cash buyen ready. Write SHOP and sunrise businesS 15
phone 8513.ORLO sad Carter. 70 2-2471. | Sam Hutchins. 2O6 8. Msla. Orlando. WiSter Park. Owner wilt sacrifice

Celtr.l Phone A. T.R.lor ur J BUNGALOW with spacious rooms. 2 I 6 rm.br.kfut. nook; fUrled.: BEVERLY SHORES-A cbol lot in : GUEST HOME-2 blocks of O.o..1 I LISTINGS W waitinc.E. for 13.500 foe quick sale Seas other
; israie. ANent Ate.
I sleepint porch: this beautiful sound I COUNTRY PROPERTY "Since F. E. Pine Interest. Isquho at 205 8./ark
VISTA Rouched-ia 111. like it. on tot. says sell. Small eOI t Ave. and Poxtofflce. L.Uon SI.7O R.ltr.
block : large room SOUTHLAST-Suy this homey porch; rd .You'll 610 7f. and O.e owner will carry. Investment. homesite I 1916." Fr Country Homes. Citrus be beat. 9 bedrooms I. b.tb St.. 651.
and bou:water Inside lane house on it high cool Jot lo 1J.. 7348.BT Ratr. U .ber restrictions protect yoa. w.l Groves Lake .ot u Asher I I can convert ID.p.neL I I SBd wine; 827OO: n-
ly.11. ew Onl.: W. Rose Inv. Co.. 49 N. Peter Realtor. "He ? fixtures fumtebedKrinVeusrieri
east finish to thru the bungalow and le prl1 Swwa SALES WANTED Rome eludes stock.
garage b.lnc mort.c.

Illness Hawley.:.yaU.b mus.erUa I aorta at 111 Winter: John mum lc of not too le.t h ruue. wwn 1u hI OWNER, .De Real aeDI bra Irh iwo: newly bedrooms I 6rm meDt 12.0. .pr An Oran."O'U Minor office. 3356 N I corner Central and l.m.I j I I R.ltor.AND' ). INCOME-. 'i8.BOME block a.r.L0 f.r our nprc tots.fo You correcthandlitg 1.7de IRObI 0.OR and toast. 2378 2.

Garden Rd. en B.r Blvd._. nishlnss \ el A Jilt .. ; part from bungalow and garage .p.r BUSIE TOran BIos- I COT ROME and 1 fine acres. :|!! east of Postoffice. Po.1. one I of .m.de. our mort- V STORE and Golf Service
Ave. .
$6500 111.000. : of Orlando's laie loans selling power 6-reom apt. above. Lot
o 0. Cu O'B.r.-Mo cu. I Station.
1m 1
Circumstances Wrt
pat this property oa I R.lor 2-23 10 Pne. BOMMoer frame cnta PO. BOX 4141.BUSINESS | wen located. Llviniroom. 1\a1. In guest _.mO 1r.e.l.bl McNutt-Heasley. Resltor; 15 W. 139 x20O'. Metal garage for repairs

the : out of town owners I UNDERWOOD ST.-Just of Orange .y.rlkinc Lk. cr.e Georgia von Echiller. Realtor, phone LOT la College Park fast Income 131 motb7 fo..r..cl"j Washington St.i end l-car earaee. 8700 Includes aB I
akf : and dinette. 9x9. kitchen. futures. By owner. Phone
want and have priced Are. newly redecorated bedroom l. It fr.t.e tr '1l6 growing district. particular 10dS mint Nicely storka and
bUI" T.
H accordingly. 3 bedrooms sun room. home. lane rooms nice btb tots of .el.blrh. do. tot investment I pletely fwU everything ..pac.D. -,I i SMALL CiKOVE ia fine condition. 8aafordS60-R._ to
heater room floors ; hardwood ur. ..ae. write P.O. a.good alt.IP f.II.. 'eIdr.I e.lpP. 9x19 bedroom. O.r called 101b will I I I Pail beams food location at the j Sbowlnt soot profit. well
= o
br".o soot roof r Box Pak. ._ .kk :: Will all cash If tocaieiL terms. Birdie
throughout. room. t : : : 18 VETERANS AND CIVILIANS We Only on Tl f.. dEbt price. pay 660.000.
Frame fntl O.r. about S years 1 _.electric stove NEW HSER.lo occupancy. will build on your tot or yoa may .1115.at .tr. 10xl2 s bedroom 5x10 ..t High :1 would consider Orlando bunta-i| necessary R. E. Carritan. CarruaaI Carter. Kittinier'Realty Ph. 2-1198

old. I1O.OOO. Harold i t water heater: garage .ork- Ua.r concrete !! select a desirable bomeaite from our ID 872 Or.oae. phone 2-1. 1 as port poynwnt. For a houseand I BHIMIUI. 672 N. Oraage; phone 21 or 2-0074..
) lovely landscaped tot 115x145. PItA marts at ex. tround good soil shade and 71 Income yean to come I 1 4551.
Shepherd Realty L Washlni- shop: listinis. Home and tot fm. with U AND BTJILDWO Supply
C 2 blk. >rot7. l COLLEGE PARK-Pour lots. Princeton HARDWARE
ton St. Phone 514. __ 1275. '.r.le 1 desired Jefferson.). C. B.D.r i>'! > between all ehartea., aLI.d a 100* 01 or a SOB loan. St. 18 eah Lorna D. I orange trees good neighbors. This let Unlt facts. you Asher to Peter.come Realtor la ,' HAVE BUYER for 10 to 15-aere bear- Co. "Invest ia the South' fastest

R.lt.. 2000 R.rO Ave. C. Prompt and complete planning and | 10 tots. h Dl.. ed. cor. Central and Main: 2O784HIOHWAY ,' Ins rove: price mast be reasoasble. growlas city Oadsdea. Ala. TaSs
11675.WIN P. Call Sb.n. 2- 1 building service Cen.u' Jeai I tots 8650 carL as tow place with Ha house waIl Courtney Realty, 392 N. Orange; business win pay for itself la 1H
Palrview. PAK-le. tile c CLOSE TO ROLLINS 3-i i nines Inc. 672 N. Or.l. "n. 7234. as 110 dow Brokers protected. I I .oer 17-92-A taint business 122471.POR years. A I4O.OOO Investment. Contest

OVE1IGb concrete "BW.1.r I &e 1' 10134 rom furnished or .I __ _____ I buCt from good reasonably I with 113 ft. froataie ia a. I Clarence R. HUE ReeHne. 434 Chest-
ho O' bm extension.1H lr 2 tile lt lr.living buy. Betty Trent Brans Broker 511. Lake County Property I I i tot. X 150: i I I .trl 1 I desirable way Poe It on this main b.b IMMEDIATE attention end results tint Street. GadsdVfi. Ala. Ph. 831.HAlAfeARE .

beyond Fairbanks !Wn .e diaint complete r In1 kit ph. .Winter Prk.ROMUt !I CL\iITWl t.de er. O.le 5 Bios- !: priced as O.De l leavtni. Good '"7. See ... A.e trade lo city 37 -list your property with Mar-

lion at Aadrns A,,. Open 4. en 6rl ."Royal. us build u COUNTRY B01E wen sow TralL 72 x : .7; i I w. Waahingtou. A.R.lt. tie Williams Realtor. 21 W. Wath1
Sunday for ou Inspection. price 13.5 tn. looking built overlooking business section. 722 CItrus Ave. terms substantial n S' 1 testoa; dial 8106.I STORE PORSALE
67150. ) Broker. a-n. Cheeault Jennings Ie. 673 N. lake. WeU furnished. 1 rooms. 2 I' t > HIGHWAY. 17-92--Good home and
SIDE-5-room frame bunta Orange Ave. Phone baths lane fireplace furnace COMMERCIAL LOT-northwest corner 1 I Broker P. 444 feet highway front I Other
'E Paved double .1t The utmost iacomfort. of Boone and Irvln. 103 ft. Wm O. Rencher. o C ..I boy Yea HAVE BUYER for approximately 900i Interests force as to sell at
1. I .0 cDta WALKING DITACWeU built 7- on on Ixvin. 147 ft. I, I .. a Iye1 i acres bordertae oa titter biabway sacrifice. smaB hardware stock,
this Priced
ORANOB BLOSSOM T S.-ew cupancy.Ir.r a l t. o room floors Realty P.. Sl. Dora.CLERMONT SOO.. -L railroad-r::price reduced to Batehelder. Realtor. 38 R Washiat- listings BOW. call t. MI with 17-92 or 441 or near Lauowood. Axa- fixture*, aad lease for 82,500 caab
5-room uule. K floor beautiful cma. W1 lea Park preferably within 2O mile Pboaef3-352 .
b bU Realtor. t.bt ht 815 000 Smith. Owner Broken 149 .
ht prC. 8 a Ro 11 8h 'I bt piiU cl i LAKEVD1W-Spark and 4672. ton. 3800. K of Orlando. Aa early reply will prove
cleared 1. and out .. .It new 'rooms. Ule bath ef mutual benefit. CaU BUI Hayaie
lD .e a t cl. i .Daa bra I
WINTER PARK tuba; oa glass block construcHcn. DELANEY ST. Comer J Will Ceu 1* E.
8pln.1 fo b -Hlar.1t Iu teat AND HOME-2O roiling with Oca. P. Brass Realty ORANGE
CITY On Highway 17bebeodytist
income. 1 .1 'el "l M. bonus tile construction; Fur 14. lane picture window. M.cu trade lo a late model Cl o pickup PAM and pine load. "I portion urM INYERFMFIST-Recmd-by Central Ave. 2-3155._ _ building converted
3 Ovine dining Phone 2-1M70. : .
CaldweU Asher room room Owner. ) or ficent view drive :
Pu. Ra. b 1 2-J. t.1 cleared pertly Two ssoa'lbuildmxs I ctrl WE RAVE BUYERS wanting groves. Caa be I
Lake fcD. .
room kitchen Move te 814 OOO. lot
and building.
e. Ota _Ma 71 BY t cw- \ ;, : ; deep small late; -- I business properties and homes. For completed la 3OdSJsOner
: onprewjtses.
Knowles terms. Callcoir OWIUR.-.c k. W. 3. KMttler. Realtor. Tavarea. ff*. Dk' home. Roper Bound enhance ia valae.
Rw i four
c-i SECnONi 12 .
I Inl Cmpltl7 furb I iraaint lan.D. .1.bl. t Pt I immediate sale UM with P. A. Alli.son. Dewed reasonabts. Pack
n modern bungalow; oak floors | bouse; rO. CIr ECSTIS-Duplex. 2-3 room and bath er 9Z1. Suitable with 8 net above 6Showa Realtor. 37 W. Washinttoa.I View Ledse. Orange City. YemenI
with shrubbery. S3.5OO WINTER PARK-New S room home. 2 bedrooms, elr suites. Metal roof soot EAST SIDE-BeanUluI building tots 10 acres Close ta Leonard s C P.ntl.nt. Rob't S. Bury with Rob Barsea.

balance of 15.0 good terms. 4 .a t I A real buy at 840.L 3 W. Kentucky I kit ba lane .l bll aP1 I location fair siZed fr.. priced at 6375 and 8475. S H. A. e&. Price. 82600. terms. Mr. 'inttow., R.lto. 1 W. Wash- I, DON'T wnless LIST your want property to sell!with Henry me
W. I Av. lassI I income. W. J. B-isUer Realtor. I Jones. Broker. 3121 Con Road. I with Herman Goodwin. Broker. 4174. yow I
1 tr.o Mal 8t.I N. .Rat. wood. Pin,Wrt.w J. etc 1403"W. \.tte. .a. T.nr 180.Fa 1 Phone 8744. 67 I. Or.n. da b Burch Broker, 12 8. Main 3-1090. Continued On Next Fag&I

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60. Business Opportunities 1[' 60. 'Basilicas Opportunities I r 65 Help Wanted-Male 70. Work Wanted-Male I I[ 74. Autos-Trailers Wanted '5 Auto fop Sale I i I I 75 Autos for Sale uthzig _rrntintlIar I I

LAKZFRONT-Clos* In. 3 acre i NCZRLTAn.. BV8UW588-On Or- I,, FRESSER-Experienced and desire f MAN-35 years old. 18 years b groI D. VAE INC.. .at to buy year f CHEVROLET 1941-Club Clp a!I i: PLYMOUTH STATION WAGON ORLANDO. FLORIDA -WORLD'S LRGES
pretty lake. Large Colonial O ani Ave. Suitable for a business steady work; good pay. ideal workIng I core business. 10 years golf-I t .m pay highest For business coupe: mis' i!!i 1941: good ua almost motor

horn, garage apartment. Also eot- I Shown only by '' endlUoO; SI.m 4a,; service grocery. Phone 2-2396._ !I I cash price immediately. D. Varner.Ine Monday Leaving for Nor I' : (900: Academy. R. I FEBRUARY 9. 1947 PAGE 15 DEALER"
"IP! ppl.at 234 I StudebakerSalad and can seen at 416 N. .. ,I 2. Maitland. Fla.
tag Beautiful eetting among Ian I (42M. Clark P. I! Permanent work j Sn. b. I
oak tree. Income (36 moa b- fleas Opportunltle 130 8. : StDrang I papers. 4O. K-bpnenc.... .1 producehouse. 1 234 W. C.nt.1 AY. Phone 2-35.,I I Dr.COL 4 door good

.Kara for water. 700 Hotel Lobby phone PMCT-Foa RX: I 1620 Dauphin -_ \, ROUSE a little to- I 1935 sedaa. PAC 110-10" tires (933. i 76. Trailers-Trucks to' Sale
.ar 401
T cacllon tl.
t 1a"e1'at this at one Easy I! boot: a nice littlemodern and rbbr see at I 9O06. ]I R. S. EVANSOFFERS
downtown Win coil 61. Loans I rl.bl a.1 4u.rr. Dee.Rferenu I TI. PAlO L MAGE I b.eaD.e. M. Grimminser, .D. Oarland.CADILI.AC1941. Oe c.o. LUGGAGE TI- Henis
ulckly. See E. Stewart with Harold Ink 1.1 rna. : L I 1940 DeLuxe business !! see
letters Box 8- ble : middleaged. 5th house oa Van BoreD Are. 4-door sedan like : PLY0t duced prc. i.U

Shepherd St. Phone Realty Co. 2&Washington lo..t". cnldeDt.1 t acknowiedeedRSCAMANMust Permanent lo.tl,D dep.de.t OI Vlsto. $ i new. Low mileage; radio; heater; : .p. 21,0;mU original(1175; phone tIres.:5oet 139 E. Ne.H.mphlr .

514. XNSTALLUZNT LAS coat you lea I I P. O. B., Se Cold. 11.i LATE SEDAN-Will trade good tires. 430 8. far1mo. I Ue PrCe PLYMOUTH-1939 plck-u. P.1

PAT ORE SHIPPERS of \ at th* Pint Bank. 1 la b epJ.a. i WELDER-First class combination: 9 1 i my MODE convertible coup. I sap with 1941 10to 1. LARGEST SELECTION
Apply person.
r Imt 0 can _b1 pre these eoet When loan I Coj j and Concord.RECORD p.atD' Ora.e years experience. H. L. Vestphone cost (1295). P.t or take difference.Ellwood CHRYSLER WINDSOR 1941 convertible PACK 1936 club a.n: 12O: Station. Do.
.uplr rou IUD you get ( 93-Payments ( County 545.3.VETERAN i Evans. 4771.8PORT8MANS Priced for SEE THE NEW 1947 Prairie LOWEST PRICES

010 aat U. "extra .an- ( ISO. you get 131Pumnt 12 16 AO CI for au&mo" Wants on Job trainlna. : I coupe. New tires. Jew engine. quickaale. Inquire 2 E. Amelia Ave Schooner. 23. Box springs: Innerspring

4nb I l.r warn ( ZOO. you get 18sP.yeDt 2S 6 stock r blenl cn Must have work. Call 2-2702. TRAILER Wanted- PONTIAC-1941 4-door sedan; .pbol m.tres beautiful jb. lessthan FINEST QUA
Orove aala column 8 SOO. you get 21PYleat 0 be I Exchange 1946 Prairie Schooner. ,
.ro.de Excellent and top. radio, clock and -
exprl.ac. d.Sr.bl. EXECUTIVE = p.It Mechanicalj j stery 1.O. Fo De.e USED CARS AND
el Plnt
44. 3'-PYleDt 3- is temporaryposition. 23 Ed i 1942 4 door TUeS
K.na. Aecr..h Cooa 8 SOO. 41 upwrltl. U training and Likes South; w.at to ea.b1> F..ft.pl.. Jo. GW j built I seat: all very .D have condition see us bfore 701 IUY. reasonable.
"Ia. you get 93ft Payment* 'XclDt Florida home: I perfect. (1393. Orlando Fletcher cartaken good care Ford ..c. IN FLORIDAWE
RESTAURANT Best On 10. Include life insurance t opportunity Im.tn.. bttr. S. years experience food business; In- !> SPOT CASH PAID for your used car.See I 2. must sell one. 623 E CDta Da. Trailer Sales. and Or- WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
JUA 11e Mr. Massie. I Blossom Trail. South. IJVC I
Pb' Motors. Inti 1020 N. Orange AT* cottage In
3. C.
Main St. good lease In case of de National eludes office management; purrhaslug. i McKellar. Your Packard f.l.
Must coil at a sacrifice bu. Bank at floor. F.In. administration ware.hootIng j Dealer." 342 N. Orange ".Phone TRACTOR. Cue disc plow trck.Ipr.y ,

t b..lt. CaU 916J, or write Hethy $ALESMAM-COLLECTOR-We ; ;\welcome Interviews. Box I Phone 2-51 PL Y0U- 1936 DeLuxe eoupe. tank. fertilIzer distributor.All I
CUta 13 Main Su Dayton Beech. open debit. Life hY: 129 8ta. II | I ,I II lalltb.. I wouldn't give I In tine shape. Priced reasonably I
a lran a.1
T W.t model to little red ant eat Inquire at Black' Grocery. LongFRANK (
Pa. 6 Loans Up $300 any and cmmon aUL OFFICEB-Regutar Army; I DDE13 4or sedan; clean; a dune to see a ,
% t RE accommo.t. payment I rubber; a bale of hay. but that worth
close eapr.. neeuu. Apply rom I fun time _IUOD. Bark- .a Furnished and ol eo .e.alcl toup' I wG. Fei 1933 Pontiac Sedsa
2-f.ml one
( and I the money! Stomp
RTAt- do.n REED brand new
AUTO. Diamond loans- ground of and executive bt.e. P. ,
&atr wit ker duly. 'Require NowOsttln _.Pltv.. Company. J. T.Burger..Manager. TANGEE: PICKERS wanted: re e.pneDc. lonne. have private cUcut he.t. electric(11.OOO. kitchen-Owner I 2-0123. ,II 285. J. R. Sat 3 E. Robinson. i trailers as low'(1873: 1/3 :I Ii 1938 Ford I Coach

(9.500 cash. tbs. with T. KHastings. I .8.1' Metcalf Build j for work 7 ajn. cre I .. of Hone.r consideration. 2501 Elisabeth St.. corner Rugby. DODGE-1936. (6OO. 1941 i 2 years fo the b.l.n. Large | 19M Plymouth a-or Sedan
Central Ax-- ing. Phone !, of Church and L Streets. : Box 114 6St.I ;: FRANK REED I Plymouth ::," (1.05O. I{ PLYMOUTH1940 sedan. Price (9OO. tion of used tral. as .as 1934 Fist _

esde; 427.Rt. R CASH LAS MACK quickly. (10 \! Phillips Cpr.tn. I VETERAN-Wants work on Saturday get the high dollar really for know your how car \ Bnlbadt Curry R.d; Fred- I S T. BDnet. P.1 Trailer P.rl. i som Why Trail.pay rDn N. Orange Blosi t.

300. your car or f1rtur. I i UNIFORMED CHAUFFEUR and janitor -i only. Please tel. Winter Park 773-J. ;j 1 I Cash in five Why int.ntoa. i 3rd ro.lef Iore. I

RTAt-ra.A. I.UO.A Aetna Finance Co.. 311 8 Or.. i ; good hours; office work. (20 COLLEGE GRADUATE-Desires part eu1. awayf Give mute. i': DODGE 1941. Fine running good i: PLYMOUTH 1941 4 door sedan. TUCST.o. It.r.toD.1 Can II I ww

.. .qulpl.n. .t opposite City Hall. weekly. Call 20532.UPHOLSTERY tune position; wide experience 201 N. Orange Blossom Trail c.ne 78. I looking town sedan. New tires; I Radio and br.tr. Motor rcnur.verh1e. L.1. .a. 2 Boone
reason aUJllr I Street Ice
selling. & Slckn... 664 CASH LOANS-'Quickly made on furniture MAN-1st. class; for I and some. .la Bo 115 !ISSta. pay I. ,1295. StnnPonUc. 6 W. Coloplal. basabrand ; DU..r. )ClieVTwM 4-deor Sedan
PRVAT .t ,!
BU R. S.
Ratn and work must be ca Ey.n TRAILER-Almost ,
: good
and fast
Orange; phone .ut daod 0. tn small ae..pp.r'Dce. 11.45. DnJr'.f: 1941 Chrysler
I. 2.59. lando's ow P.nc C. 307. Or.nse Blossom Trail By Woru I YOUNG MAN-Wishes work with coupe in o.n.1- condtIon'39 on up.o DODGE-1940 sedan; good condito. 40? Orn. IboDe 4771. I wheel with t: Con.rlbl Coup

RTAt- fo Metca .. Dial 230 325 N. Orange Tri. ,I builder. other work. Wr.t 8-Star Ix "995. Hudson 1938 4-01 .e.. PLYMOUTH 1939 cleanest small box bed 7.ft. carry ..\S
Clel 17. 1 I
Wi .
1937 behind Ideal
palr. WHITE COUPLE For exclusive Has car. Brindle. 669 295. 206 E. Yale AY. i iDESOTO i sedan la town. 995. AI any ear.
eument. CAR EXCHANGE-Csed cars MM
ale or Mth aa O.. CASH WHEW YOU NEED IT-At the .paUent man to be janitor I Oel Are- Winter Park. USE See as before you ell -Late '41 de luxe coupe: sedan In extra good $595.SliversPontiac. I produce and supplies. Ph. 4655.
Blossom TrolLRESTAURANTOne 480 North woman to yar .nted 1 I Autne COlaun m.n I W* highest cash price. :219 radio overdrive low mileage: extr I' 1938 Rudsnaster
Control Flor- I Ph 716 p. COUrU halls good a.l.r. lovely apartment i! ;i. Airplane Sales and Service W. Washington. Phone 2-2882. large baggage compartment; PLYMOUTH-1934 .dor sedan: new G tdltO. 115. W. K. Wil 193(1( But Sedan

ida'a beet known- and pest moneymaking service. P"at oflea I furnlee must have re- Want latest perfect care. Owner will sell t Indvldualn i tires; fine shape. (400. Phone I de Pn. C.atl' Fe 1!Chevrolet Tows Sedan
Cocoa sober. Write I PRATE BUER I IDDE193a
reetauants.. CopltlreUIP.d I WIter BanA 8-8 tsr. b B 14 XRCOUPE-1946'model: equipped for Ce"rolet Prd. Nash, or only; ph. 4655. I 2-0701. l DS Sedan
Lane coating c'Plty. I I instrument flight taD 50 any light cash .. 495. I PACKARD-1937. 4-door sedan; new 1936 Sedan Excellent tires
rent and LAS MADE from (10 to (3OO; I AVON PRDUC INC. -Win train hour .C7S h.p.. Contt.nta special will buy. .Must. 19 -1.0 : Ev.n. 4-01. C.ntra.. See RI' tires. 395. Sunday only. 414 D Willing to Swap Your new paint

Oeorfi Painter or Jim iL Caldvell prtestsfait service. P.m7 i I wo.A t and .r per trim; S-hour Con- Private Owner only. Write tondUo.. Clam.i I' land St. _ Insurance
with Loiter P.tl. a'lt. cor. Central Finance Service. Ine* 32 W. i; hor rpr.anu. our tact Mrs. M. E. Rasback. Lamer Ho- 924. Orlando giving Bx Ford Policy
pruct. lo.Uon i DODGE-1941 Town very' D
and I Ave. Phone 9857. |i Women now need I tel. Orlando. Pta ; phone 2-3178. I
.p finest Almost la A-l (1.200 for Your Possession? KM
no W sedan. running new luxe tODdlto. eaa.I
RTAt-n.n". Ave.. dose In. MONEY FOR HOSPITAL bi Oet it ply. Wnt. qualification \ N.om PIPER CUB SAS and Mnlce. Im ANTL.b W-m i 1 tires. Silvers 62 W. Colonial. I'I See Saturday 21 Boa St...

III.. G here quickly .he. rOi I Brod.lY. medl.t new cub tr.lar ter .{0. e.b. Wnt. Ba I, or I II ,I I 447 N. Shine. _ I Not. See 1938 PontIac 4-wtr Sedan

I..\Price.responsible( Th. MrPot Florida way east Credit..f Grand W. Pn lat. 66. Sales Help Wanted and super IUpl cruiser cruisers. Cbs rDt. T-.t&Sho.1 I, 1 DESOTO-194O 4-door sedan; :':' PRIVATE OWNER win sell to prnt. Lundquist Ins. Agency lUg 1938 Chrysler Chevrolet S c
Te.tr.QUICK 5.
ter tar Alipork. east Autos for Sale price. (1043. 1490 Fairbanks. 'i:I I buyer 1946 4or gray
er. .It Hrm'l. Orn.e G1I. h Bro CASH LAS Furniture. needed Park.TWIN. m.a Wlt.r i ter Park phone 239. i I'C'lilo. A-I cnditon r.dll. fog 507 Metcall Bldg. Ph 2-171 I 11938 1977 Pontiac Comes
cl 2-hour service. Y-Ad 8Ieac. balanced -
AUSTIN-31 new paint; new tag: St.b.hr nrw paInt
not 1.1.toa.
RESTAURANT 1.1 to re Co. ESSEX-1931 coupe: veryclea n: goodmechanical It 8.
Small Florida ENGINE feature 1941
doing cooS Loan 501 U. ratings on Grumman, 195. S. Freed. Palms tires many
b.t P In.bl.Phone B.n BidsR.. W. CaHls manager. nationally product. ContactFrank Widgeon: land, sea and lntrmeDt Park. I Tar Call 21976. condition; good tires. *-(2,395 cash- Writ S-Star box 1938 Un.Z* *yr W.a. Sedsa
Coffee 2-16S1. 311 Orlando Ave. Veteran's j -
O.Ne.1 training.
2.241 .1 CI' I C.t A"I.Uoa 118. I tne. *. excellent tire*)
I 4 OUT OF 5 who ask for a loan here SALESMAN Resident of Central Country Club. Ph Winter 86. I IRDlt3Z-or sedan recondi CAR AND TRAILER-1939. Hudson 2 1)40 Pontise 2-door Sedaa SMALL. BUSIE WANTED.-WiU I -get on Personal Finance Co.. 24 Florida to cover Central and South AUTOMOBILE AUCTION- toned. ? H.uaht.500 sedan. 1946 house ,r.U -
Pay t 4.0 cu Winter S. Ora.e..Room 2. Phone 2-3148. Forid calling .department hard 72. Automobiles for Rent w. 4853. I butane Co.bl.h..ter. new I

Park or I du B Robert E. W.. Msr. .ar.. for syndicate and chain J Every Tuesday 1 P.m. on automobiles FORD 1940 2-door. mechanicallygood er tires; electric br.te. (2.000 cash EXCELLENT USED COUPES SIN
10> National of
8ta Ire distributor CAR-RENTAL. INC.-High grade Insured trucks house trailers. ; priced to selL 995. This Car equipped springs

%&WbLfl1.-.Lxceflt1y equipped com U. Mortgage and hardware lpt cars by week or eon \ Opening sale Tuesday cal 1 pm.. weef only. Martins Used C.n 101 and trailer hitch; ready to roll. Cannon 134 Cadfllae Convertible Sedan (new
plete .. with planes Lan Of tc. and warehouse la responsible people. Call 2-13. 68 We. will have on. hundre to three I. Main. 801. Mills Road north end of Cannon engine)

Boulder .m necessary aa, BOJ LOANS-To build purchase Wnt Ma.Do.Distributors.. Inc.. Livingston Ave. bundre Frol \ the FORD 1942. Nice slick business Mills Airport. 1938 Nash 4-door Sedan

equipment and building Now operating. reln.nc and repa.Prompt service. 333 Znr.rea.. Phone Jacksonville.. 6 D. VARNSR U-DRIVE-IT-Drive it the cheapest the coupe. A "6". runs extra good: pILITRADE my new 1946 Fiat convertible 1942 PLYMOU 1937 Graham Super 4-door Sedaa

Outstandlnc 1.1. highway Complt Plan Ione.SAYFOlHa yourse?.; low r.t by 11 or day. best. First car here will b U. fua i (995. Stlvers-Pontlac. 6 W. Colonial. cost (1295. Will 193( Buick 3doorSedan
about S land in- service available. several sold. If want to buy coup Special DeLuxe 1938 Chrysler!
I.UD .i pl.1 oIna D. Varner 234 W'I, you .n b FORD 1940. Nice clean sweet running trade even or 41 .d.n 4-donr Sedan
COlple d.taIIsavailable specifications and bouse modeL Wi m.tu who De Central Ave. eli-3 I here with the crowd. Goff Unatl convertible; well worth 1095. Evans. 4771. i 1940 Nash 4-door Sedaa (motor vgT-

In .aUlc. Ra-Mc tar Pak "eerl S."ln. La for eal. money. Full or p.r HERTZ DRIV-URrSELF SYSTEMWorld's Com Co.. Ite'Dd F Sttvers-Pontlac 62 W. Colonial. EI.o returned home from Cali basted>
Realtor Exclusive Asn.. 224 ". ; dignified and Q I. !
Ja 1938
Orante. Phone 4147. Annt 11 Wintr Pak. tl. .orl t required;t.ra largest auto rental Intl. !I offers for .I. his 1939 1942 FORD Packard Coup
1. In.L.n' W. e- Reasonable r.te. Drive a eaI FORD-1946 Convertible Coupe. Striking -,, Special Bulck. This car nee been I
a BOUUS mcw steed princ. n.urr. pay generous I with confidence, trucks for rent. AUTOMOBILE AUCTION SA- I overhauled from stem to stern. ln1 -
I. A very HOME & income from start. Apply assuring(14 Met good I 904 N. Orange Ave. Phone 2-4064. I I Each Thursday I will maroon finish with black top. !1' eluding brand new 1942 engine and Special DeLuxe i STBS
food I from 9 a. m. til S p. m. Anyone can Here' of good
t paint job.
1.10 new y.al
Pd and Perinnal Service en calf Bldg before 11:30 '.m. Saturday JAX-U-DIUVE-IT INC.-Rent ear bid. If to bring 1will I 1,! bill how 1938 Packard 4-door
I i you your car. Have Trunk
IJ. D 2-10. Pomp ear i All extras Including radio and gpotIKut. t Sales
or Mond.r.S.MNeU or jeep; low rates every :1 In- traPr.to.
1 Central Ave. I PH and Conventional L. ; gored. Service men welcome. red accept 701 car at the ca valueon .ork Can be seen at A. P. CLARK 1937 Pontiac Cesvcrible! fetiSH IBS
SAW 1 membership In Na the car you on You drive LOW mileage. Priced at 9OO N. Orlando Ave. Or Parrot ..t.top and seat covers)
Am.r (20 deposit. Call ,,
Mlo. A Martie Williams-B'rl Agency. 21 Etne Retailers Al J 1 tap 23t. 142 i j i and inspect the following tare this 1.205. | racking house Fh. 13-W"lnte 1941 Studebaker Sedan

trailer: planer flooring knlvea; W, Washington I. 1101 8108. tion. Full N. Garland St. _\, week tar auction Tbur. 1943 ButcK 8. Ivans. 400 N. Orange Ave. !1 I Park. Principal only. 1941 Hudson Sedan
.It | INC.i
saw: C. C. SlmMan. 1: Er. .. M.W. RENT model jeepe. ., convertible like new. 1942 PontiaC R 1939 LaSaQe Convertible
pu.0 -eadU.Cal b Washington S. D. 10e 1:1-E6 every- I I 2-or Streamliner excellent concil- Phone 4771. I I 76. for Sale MOTOR top. paint and seat COUP covers)Cow
of Apopka. on Rock epriBM SALES REPRESENTATIVE I thing. 142 N. 'I 1946 D. Chevrolet Fleet- I Tripr-Truck
Bae HOME & want t hl yea 3.-U-D" It Ga.I'I'I ton 2-01 24745 839 N. Orange Ave.
See Alfred O. Belm. buy a build one. for high trp proPUo.bcu land; 2-4 I I,1 I mater. less than 300 me 1946 FORD 1942 club A-l AUTO CAR TRUCKS Now available i

TOURIST COURT WANE We will give you prompt service) Office sive Mut OldsmobIle convertible 98. ud 3.OOO dltion. Radio new cup. and co new for civilian use. Also ample IUp 1895
t T.BU hour 9 2 week; 9 to experience. The man we want Auto Service I I I miles. 1942 Pontiac ; 4 ttea I Orlando Truck
-1 .t; or .ud lt. Ba t dun. '3 -I motor. 105 N. Hughey St.. 4410. I ply of parts.
12 a. urd'r.F1t Fedea Savings accustomed to earnings of.$15000and tires excellent condition. 1941 Welding Co. 1020 W. Church 8t 1941 Chrysler Sedan
and SO up annually. Must hv car. Topflight AUTO or night. Su ,I iliac 61 3doorStreamliner.. like new. FOR 1946- 1.900 mileage. Rdi I I STOP AND LOOK 1940 Chevrolet f-or
Orldo Cfab
TURS CURT Pour fcottasee. L .. .o ..pr.nc. a RAlDr 808 WCentral. 1942 station wagon Ford. 1940 station 1 he.te. spare tire slip eo.era et.I 2-20. TEM i to."enll*
ho. laundry bW- E Pe P. fa deta giving mlt Writ. I lec.ae Rb wagon Ford. 1941 Ford Tudor; I earlier model in trade. BANTAM-1938 pick-up track; pew I Coupe
bak- Wil
Ing. Good for HUsh Coin good tires. 1935 Hupmobile. rou.b, 1402 W. Stetson, anytime. tires; (250 or t.de for any make OVER 141 Pnt.. Sedan
acre land m.t hiehway. Priced LAS on a type of property; long Corporation. 1309 Mew Jersey Avenue. AUTO LUBRICATION Washin tires; clean inside and out. 1939 i I coupe of 2-door ; Mr. E. L' I II 1941 Sedan (Have t.f)
to sail at Potter withBarman low rat: Immediate polishing complete and 882. Winter OUR PRICES ARE THE 1939 Mercury Convertible
11,1. M. trs N w. wsshlntton 1. D. c. ti b.tk" Dodge IH-ton truck: new motor and II Box Coup
Wanted to give
; Q. 11( Tire .. I FORD 1936 sd.n. I Cenpy 1942
Broke;. (77 service. S ft W condi Sedan
Oo.t Inie. P SALESMEN WHO CAN good tires 1936 Pontiac 2-door; good 1..1 2-0
SELL this momla'
-Available a man some pecans
'fi I N. M. Av Phone Robinson phone 7546. BtDZETEnell.nt I LOWEST IN FLORIDA
or" dil IS$5. o.D. 11 at once national known con |I!I tires and good 'rnspr.ton 1441 i He .oulda.t have them 'cauoe they and

TOURIST LODGE-8 room 4 b.t e.rn building maintenance materials: AUTO-BRAKE JOBS and wheel i I Hudson; rough .G ties. 1941 vrem't shelled. Good paint clean In- machinery tr.Ue. Charles C. Boyn- YEAR MAKE DOWN PYT. I
mall bungalow for owner. PRIVATE MONEY to straight Jn training experienced alignment1day "l. Wheel Packard club and I! side. 4 new tires. 385. J. R. Smith. ton. P. O. 162. Daytona Beach; 1399

.f room for expansions approximate on improved real est.t. Crk maintenance reeeace ; car necessary. balanced while you C.Prn.e A, tr.noPrtatlon Inspect tes t33 E. Robinson. phone 1596-W. 1942 Studebaker 4 sedan _____(400

IT SOO fet frontage on Hwy. 1-92 Jennlnis. 809 Metc.1 Bi. See len. H class. Fort O.U o Sons 1010 W. Church. r .o .b.t you .ar t 1941 I gave (107.114 Chrysler 4D sedan --_____(480 I 1941 Nash 4-door Sedan
3 mile *f Sanford; by i Thursday from 9 m. to 6 CHVRL 1940 Balck 4-door Sedan
Hotel. 2 AUTO PAINTING and Body Work a. p. give? I mean to
t .0 p.m FORD 1946-2-door deluxe. 1942 4osedan$393
Reasonable. Rainbow Tourist L... REAL ESTATE cost! MODd.y.SL. We guarantee complete satisfactionat Rolly-Robson Motors 2120 S. Orange fully Ilt.l It..ha Used Can. 101 N. Main. I! 1941 PontIac 4-dnor Sedsa
LANSL. Blossom Trail. eQulppd. prc.d reason M.rln'l 1942 PlymotBfl 4D sedan ___(330 I 1940 BuIck 4-door 8edsa
T RWIL. Prk Caterina To Buy. Build Home REPRESENTATIVE wanted reasonable .nc Central Flor I able. ( 101

di cowpl.tl and Business property. Trust D from Mexico. Line Include ida's only auto paint i BtnCK 1940-Pine clean small sedan; N. MaIn. 840D.,1R14 Usd C.rs 8419 CHEVROLET 1946-New ton 1941 Dodge p uu --______ (300 i 1941 Chevrolet DeLuxe Sedan
equipped andupefaffngl U.O.Fl pareDt The First N.Uona !handbag oven. Al Lively Auto Faint & Body 1195. Ford 1941 station wacon. h.1 CsedCan. I' 1942 Ford 4-door Sedan
d'tatU. '340 Park Ave.. Sod Floor. II.Det rugs Shcp. 3000 N. Orange: 8000. priced to sell (1395. MartI' 1941 Pontiac 4D sedan _...___(383 1941 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan
Olldo. embroidered 1941 club .
.Ioe. j.ck.l. Jew.17.doU 1,295: PODt.C tOlp. L Business Coup. 4,0 101 N. Meln. 849 1941 Lincoln 4D sedsn (350 1941 Dodge Sedan
novel and inspection. coupe.
aid city PA-V.r moern. ; .r p.rcw.r in first letter. Raro Prompt repairs by expert mechanics. *s low l40 (Sln. Silvers Pontlic 62 actual mile. Delivery C1IEVBOLET-1941 pick-up: god 1941 Chevrolet coup _====== (345 I I' 1942 Dodge Sedan
tWOJOO monthly: 14 year MONEY AVAILABLE for on X. Goodyear's Service. 300 N. w. Colonl.l.BUC1939. 1m.dltl 1940 BuIck 4-door Sedan
Ian -Iprtr. E tires: 4-speed transmission 1941 Studebaker sedan ____ (280
I condition: new I' 1941 BuIck 4dOOrSedga
l"iO; .,. Agency.. Box well located Bettc home"ant cmercilprnt Pal. Tn. Orange. 4-door .d.n. A .G. complete with 1947 t. 1795. R. B. : prlv.t owner: (795; 2-1369. ,1941 Oldsmobile ed.Det. ____ (428 I I 1941 Ford 2-door Sedan
Pi. Co S5.000 TO In a year producing AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experienced 114 E. 1940

VARIETY STORE North Orange Waln Phone 8513. .11.0. 1 you are t your mec.a prompt service; new house. Evans 400 N. Orsnie AT*. Phone I CHEVROLET 1936 1'2-toD truck. 1194 Ford Tudor -_. .. ___ (400W : 1941 Peed Chrysler Sedsa 3door.da
Ave. Completely store doing good stoc accessories and $
middle like good con i also have man other model in- I
eupP ye.r. dl.nI.d .I. Par 4-door sedan. A-l con Stake body. Good tires; 1940 Dodge Sedsn
.G business.nerd of L.te h.rwa.I section tore I I I.bltl 64. Help Wanted-Female a want 1111 future. -.t.r&pil'anunusual tires.: 23153.D. Ic.. 234 W. Central VC-I91. radio good tires. 4771. dition. (695. t.sl Ted J. Winter I eluding convertibles, at reduced 1940 Chrysler 4-door Sodas
lund Apply house behind Fla.
should 11e5. 2-story Star Route. prie. 1941 Lincoln Zephyr
b t.Ued Lne t opportunity. Join a circleof AUTO FAINTING and body work. Market. FInn Castle. Fla. FORD-1940 Convertible. In excellent 1948 Italian Imported Flat
at low fir .It .ddltona ALTERATION-Woman experiencedonly fortuD.t. satisfied len many of 825 and up. All work rendition In every way. Only (1.- CHEVROLET 194 lcoadltln.d.F'
.u.r.nt. body 1 R. 1941 BuIck Super 4-door Sedan
pace I on and b.a S. EVANS
a".labl. 01. year ago were nervous penny-
dr. Also
expert auto
awt .bol
ct repairs. 095. SlIvers 62 W. Coloni.lIRD139.
door St. and Railroad. 1941
I 4 Irvin Chevrolet
beet Orlando. $11.- BUICK-1941 Ponta. t. At Coup
Pc Apply !IPID'. C.ntrL pinchers trying to make ends meet. Paint and Body Works. 1710 N.Mills Ro.dmlt.1 Ure.
000. See Polsoa can at Station Call _ 1941 Chevrolet -passenger Club
Today they enjoy good steady income 2-15.
M. wU H.rod dial Oul
; : wanted by : BARGAIN LOT
BiUOUi cnUatr. 2.77.AUO sedan. Radio heater and seat Coup
Shepherd e 20 & or are swelling their bank accounts : Orange Rb'D. PANEL TRUCK-Sedan
ton S,. Phone full one la per I building security In interesting BODY WORK and painting: Avenues._ I CHEVROL Make me an offer.Ivsnhoe and AmeliaMELTON'S 1941 PontIac 2-door Sedan
we.1 att rut re excUeDt work and service. Rambo. Body and motor perfect. 1630 N. Orange; Com Galand 1942 Dodge Sedan
BUYERS WAITXNO. with each: for 131 tr. I occupation. C. H. Libbey .o.en FORD-1941 convertible Just Laundry.
Pftbl going luaa Courtney .B. earned In one year (29,628.78. T. Z. I 808 w. central. like new. Radio and coup.. S594 or 7557. 1941 Ford Sedan (Rave three)

Ra ; N o.nn. 224J. COCPLJa'cd; part, time 2S at Hoffman. (8.020.20. W. D. Michael. i AUTO WRECKER SERVICE Day Weekend Special. 1,09.R. B. Evans. R. S. Evans. 101 W. Central Ave.. DODGE 1941. 4-ton pick-up. Ex- 1942 Ford Sapor DeLuxe Sedan

,FOR Sportswear U. ltc u u IUn $11.117 12. and In five moath 3. H. I! and ntiht. Cste's Service Station.Colonial McCI.ln.FOR1942 cellint (695. R. 8 Evans 1941 Ford 2-door Sedan
BAL5mah. In Orlando. Peacock. 11.228.46 Tbes certi I I Dr. at Garland Stret phone 400 N. Orange. Phon. 4771. 4-door sedan. $995. R. Bargain eondton Core Garland and SPECIAL 1942 Mash 4-door Sedan (One owner
far. COLORED WOMEN for Must .. j 20881. Lt
apn.ea Co..lflO N. Orange b.ter. fie Scores of others I 101 W. C.ntr.l See McClam. Amelle ear. excellent condition tons

b experienced. Pi Apply Morri and not making such money are enjoying I AUTO WRECKER-Phone 2-3741 for BUICK 1939. new p.I&.G. & ._ DODGE 1941 tractor truck fully GOOD USED CARS sut)
Ipttl. steady year round earnlnes any auto emergency. 808 W. Ccn- Terms 1 1(42 OldsmobIle Town Sodas
I: YOU are It.t I baying ana In' C.f.tna. our | tral Ave. Rambo. "Orlando's Official Laitace. TrailerCamp.. FORD 194. Club convertiblecoupe equipped; good tires. S for..rdI 1942 Plymouth Seda
Mln. depnd.ble. HoI.1
pro1c. transmission. 2-speed Ford .. extra
your : 1302 speeds
eh.n. La.Itur.at ea.bl4 t del a.r CL1 VEGEAL CK-Mut I r'.n.. up Post-war'i the Wrecker Service.** BUICK 1940. cab .oup. for only E. Robinson Ave.O"De. le I side tanks. Sleeper, etc. ( 5xg; 112 clean Cub____--Co_--________.81.395
scarcities -
sec epraed. oter n expl. BODY AND FENDER repairing and 995. New tires ; good, best cash Die .
of Polk County. 50 miles tromOrlaado apply. Tr.mol C.fetJ.. make. lace a* (SOO 1mPI.teI7. i 1 painting. Estimates gladly given. condition. Call 2-1659. FORD 1937 4-or sedan; 85 H-P: II Foundry. ote..Flora.: dial 2-1831 OldsmobIle Sedanette 11693
ton possible In this and good prl" telephone 118 __
ROOM HOSTESS experienced. Satisfaction 2-22. 98 _.llm
DINING ntrod.
Owner to and guara D. ------ ---
BUICK lgtlapecial. S panenner pickup en
L i w Icllt fo we(. .rtr. p.rtlul.r Wales.. Apply Florida.DISHWASHERS at.WaJesbiit Hotel. Lake lalUe.f.r. No(dte. town, experience and in.\'I 234 W. Central Art. Phone V..e.: I coupe.-First off erever (1O70. CallWinter 1313 FORD Dubsdread- 1939 crcl..A-I_condition. DODOS.I. lIa0D: tires. Also 1943 Chevrolet Aero sedan ___.(1.195 1>41 Sedan OMsmobU 4-door Hydramttto
181 Ave.
LUBRICATION Park. 631-W. 2-or. '
O.nl J. this p.rlc1.r essential or car pencesalT. Shellubricatlon .i Original New tires. Privately I 1 .- Chevrolet trlct. G 1942 Willys sedan __( 995 1941 Plymouth
.. Winter Pla- Must the thorough scientific paint 4-or n Club Coop
i, shape.
WA advanced at lubnc.to. CHEVROLET 1937. Motor completely 708. M B1.ny.wmtr I
SMALL GROWING BUSINESS-Can have restaurant .pn.a. Harry' once. Yor. .rnl al .and !. Every nook and I l overhauled: priced r t owned. 175. east house at Burton'sFilling E. me .st 1941 BuIck eouvefllbl. coupe 1941 Chevrolet Town Sedan New

b operated out of your own ho alt.u.n& 122 N. O'D. Avenue. delnnl. Euy enl' term .".11- ear or truck is touched Smooth run ., Rambo's.. 808 W. Central. Liberty. St.ton. lit. A. J. Mathlas.. I Vit.._ _ auper --- ------_-----_ 'I.m 1941 paint Chevrolet and DeLuxe et covers)
grossIng 875 per week: 1:7 EXPERIENCED MILLINERY ales Write today !I sling p.r.assure you. I Dra 1. FORD BUS Model 29-T. for sedan (Bay*
total including Safe response CHEVROL 1934. coupe: .D FORD COUPE 1933: good engine 94. excel Pontiac Convertible Coupe. three)
familiar better details and fascinatingstory 114
lady. On. merchandise. complete a prlo b.rd-re quick sale.
tlC k: Inat.D model .. a* Box 138 .IU. fo "The Five Keys To Your For- place P.r and m.ke dnw. easy.eafe I 1406 West .boat tr.ler. S and tires: call 7087. M. K. Dla I lent condition. p..n.r.. ...United j extra clean ___ _n.I.7 1940 Chrysler Sedan
part payment: balance 63BStar. tune." Box Fort Worth. 1. I pl.aure. Ore.tI Smih.CHEVOLE110 ny. Winter Garden Road. 1 States Corporation. I 1941 DeSot 4-door Sedta
Cu OIRL colored for washing cleaning Texss. 711EBB South.rl Stores. 692 N. Orange; dial convertible coup. of Orlo Vista. Su.a C..ttoo 1941 Chevrolet Special DeLuxe 1941 Plymouth Sedan

.n serving; steady job; health I .. W. C.nta I sod 1942 n-t.xlt.bs PI. sedan --_-------_-------(1.250 1941 Plymouth DeLoxe Coup
17-92.North. 100 W AMBITIOUS (2 I 1.095. 10 FORD111 : used 100
ea. Apply Gore; young an FORD-Brand new. never ;
New building buslneu anti home phone rul.d hour. name men o"e front I MILL ST.-Auto 'service; automobile Mc.ln.CHEVRLIe41 ;. For .. cheap. H. P V.n.. and 1941 Dodg Coach ______ __ (1.180 1941 PontIac 4-door Sedan
combined. Nice .round e.elet location 2-354. doors. 8n Box plat repairing paint and body work S passenger elubcoup. .t City Cab .. 243 Orange As I without" brand flat -01. .It n 1942 Pontlas 3doorSedaa
for GIRL WANTED-To care for 2 children 13 gas, oil. and sccessdrlff. Open evenings 1.14. S. Evan 101 or o.n.I Chevrolet Coach. extra
etc. Price 15.0. ." drb. .. day*. o day and nicht. Call WAND by manufacturers of na- I and Sunday. Al work n'D W. C.ntr.! 8 McClaln. i iI ph. 46:5.'FRD clean nn.1 185I
Or business systems 1939
ter. 70 L Phone A. T. 22825. .d"erl.d teed. Ph. 2-4284. N. 2-door. 495. R. HUDSON-1941. 2 door sedan. A-l PICK-U-l31. 1115. I I11BS
and Intel- CHEVROL-I931 I Ford
ter. 8516.TI LCNDR and dl..br com Ilernt .upple. .p.bl. 8. I ORANGE COUNTY Duco comp.a7.1 Evns W.-CentraL 8 I; condition; radio; beater; new tires. tractor and plcklp van cab over !1194 Ford convertible coup 1.1:
a.lpmln. E.rln..rnd
12 til. 1(41 Chevrolet
I a buln. opportunity. 17- no. t P. 000 Quick advancement In auto painting and I .. I Must be seen to b sppreelated. Willdemonstrate. make Used Car Coupe
lpl.lzln. engine us
one of '. Phone Winter Park. 27. re.rl. \. I owned. 229 oUe. AND MANY OTHERS: 1941 Chevrolet -passenger Club
.c ts "ord. Write Box.122 .ork apl.1 trained mechanic Pl".tely Exchange. 219 W. phone '
b. T building; good Icl. NURE Institutional work: experi- rl.b 6St..r for all type upholstering done I, I I Ridge wood. M. 22882.FEDERA1.1939. W.h.tn TO CHOOSE FROM Coup
Of b.l and cabin; uamlt eD I meat and D."OU d WANT AT ONCE-Men to spplr I Icasum"l I by Trim Shop. Operating In j CHEVROLET 1942 Special I 1942 Studrhskor 4-daor Bedam
1 -
Exclusive . Box with everyday house .Wes'l DLa. I' t.ctr-tucl: fully 1939 Cadillac Trunk Sedan
wt oers. 141. Duco Company. 641 2-door 1946 I
with Pr. under our factory to |I : 1095. equipped. 695. 28 tt MELTON'S USED 1942 Chevrolet Coup
: kin: Pr Etat. OPERATOR Jpreacd Men' home pl.n Full time. Earning b.sI I lexington SL Pb 612 free et.t 1939 PlTmonta 3-4oor (545. 1939 I HUDSON-1941 4 door sedan. Perfect flat semi-trailer. (1150. Can be CAS 1941 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan (Hive
Pn. 6-day .. gIven. I Buick Special coupe. 895. 1942 condition with the original
at. d. on In Brevard County. Wrt. I I working. Florida Die Casting Foun- N. Orange.
BY OWNER Attractive .building ... o l. I. 378 N. c R..leleb'a Dept. FAB-180-728. M.I- TRUCK-TRAILKR REPAIRS-Brake Chrysler New Yorker. 1595. 1941 green paint job. 795. R. 8. E..n 1 dry. 123 W. Kaley. dial 21535.PEDERAL.1939 155 P. 2.41I 1942 Dodge five) Sedan
on slain Highway; Income from Orange. service I Ford station .'.on. 995. 1929 Studebaker 400 N. Orange Ave. Phone i
frame work rebuilding
phta body
I : :
| good con-
business now. Plus potential renting redan. (295. 1938 Ford IVi-ton; 1941 Oldsmobile 4-door Sedan
unit and .p.reDt for owner; also PAYR C-E.pnencc .. RELIABLE MAN erar. tore : motor rebuilding; painting; (245. 1935 Chevrolet. (195. Tdor. HUDSON 1946 4-door lupr sedan.- i dltion: good tle. Harrison Barbecue 1941 Oldsmobile Club Sedan
Pl t Suter Ir1t DIUlbutra route. Distribute collect *tea cleaning: weldlnc. Use our excellent condition owner. Rd. 1941 Plymouth
on Sodas
k, t.le 8t.r.PRFAL IP.e.. Jc. 114.0 cu Plo product: protected trtr.. *arn tl. payment plan. 0 M C. Tct Dodge Packard 2-or.con"erble .sedsn.1936 125. 1936 See It at service It.ton. .0r.1. Golden I o M C. 1941 tractor. with35foot I QUA CARS 1941 Pontlae Sedan Coup
excellent weekly W Nut Miller Trailer Rod and buldO
with and lacm. sedan. Will,. O"leeo 1942 Pontla Station
BUBfNESS-With valu aLI abl17. Co St. Paul. Mln. rr.I'! Truck te Equipment Co- 2319 sedan. 325. *tak* Mltr.Ue. 41 CADILLAC 8" SEDAN WageS
JALOPY-Overland (60.
of Oa t. wIt eKptae ned 1938 P.t. (395. Used Car Exchange. .os. Priced to elL Also Io-t. Hydramatic radio AI
deaer fraatbl n.tol.lbkl.n $ McRae: dial 0809. I1 I ; r.
prucL CeDtaL EARN UP TO 12 weekly and get 319 Washington phone 2-2882. O. W. Msrtln. CaaoaK R.d Chevrolet trck See o"ne. J. I really car. ( .a. Iea
month oa rationedsupplies. STENOGRAPHER AND SECRETARY your own a a bonus wIthout North of Airport.LASALLE I Psrrsmore I nc $1199
Unlimited stocks now as- -Old established firm; must a penny of eot t you. Show 73-1. Auto Parts-Accessories I -1940 sport coupe. wheel base; 41 BUICK SUPER
scrod by factory; business em8 easily capable and experienced; prl.n.nt b Fashion Frocks frnd. No canvassing : CHRYSLER-1942 4-door sedan B unsex tea .el.cl.n at (1.395. CMC 1940 ln-ton body.; In. condition. 1 i 4 door sedan Radio heater very 1(42 Chrysler 4-door Sodas
Cr.p tight
!. lob. State investment AUTO SEAT COVERS For most I. clean car. (1.450.
trip Silvers
without effort.
i 1942 BuIck
in 4-door Sodas
4uall.Uon and
295 R. S. .
Laton npl Evan* 102 W. P 11 Call 4117 between 7 a. m.
eeDt of Orlando tl t Box 139 a"r.WAEEW.nt. afrur. Fahon Fk. Dept. General Yo&n cn; installedwhile Bee McClaia. C.A'ra i LASALLE 1939 -2o condition :. ________ I '42 CADILLAC FLZETWOOD 1941 Bulck Ctub Crap
working agreement with 4'61. Clacha.u. Oho. yon 62 T and
2; w'l& POIU clean. Radio accessor- passenger 1.1 h.at.L. 141 BuIck Convertible Clsb Coup
ploye*; low overhead: pleasant and exp.leDce EARN UP TO 12 weekly and get W. CH&VROL 1941 4-door sedan. leo See at 1326 W. HOUSE 'rp.Afl.ER.-Lasalle. 3-ro new In a. 1(41 BuIck Convertible Club Coup
APr Wit in excellent butane gas; e".r
interesting work. Owner have your own as a bonus without I 25 : electric brk.
other eond-
KiUarney Corner AUTO SEAT COVERS-Made fit f. Uw top and palM)
Detaila only to parties I a penny of cost to you. Show \ tOD. and t.ohon. tne.m I LINCOLN ZEPHYR 1939 model; excellent m.tr.1 eDI.b a.D.. R. I 4
ttrt genuine Inter No phone W ARE WANTED EpnD Fashion Fob to friends. No canvassing your car. Convertible for all tops. Gn.r tr.ilr. 1e. S Buddy condition: fine Urea and I! Smith. Palms Trailer Pak. i 2 dor sedsa. Radio. Extra cleaaI 1(42 Chevrolet Acre bodes
WMCA 1941 Chevrolet Club Convertible
Information. O. C. North ". 31 or experiencenecessary. .Iro.m prp"u. Body Blossom Hotel K paint; l.OSO.. Carl Texdcr. 743Edgewater HOUSE TRAILER rooms, 27 ft.; I' 11.e.
Ste.at Avenue. 1 Coup (New )
Realtor. Arcade 878*: .oU. Fashion Iromee. Drive; phone 6910. please 42 PLYMOUTH top
O'Nea Iol. DJ Works. 1280 Orange Ave.. Phone j 1 for further IAo..tu. CUE 1941 Chrysler Club Coupe
WAITRESS Must _. 46900. Cincinnati. Ohio.BIG in I 1940 special extra nice 2-1393. ''Rstflo and low mileage
cook Both b pne Winter Park. 478 or Orlando 3-0429.- CHP.L-184. .D condl L SAL j I telephone 1942 Stodebsker President Sedsn
AI Avalea Coffee helt MONEY. Base line 110O printed CAR HEATERS-GrIll guards and Dixie Sales and be.tl .2-Or. IUJr apn roup. A car t b I; HOUSE TRAILER Spartan manor '42 CRYSR 1942 Dodge Sedan

SPECIAL OPPZRCta-. .ar.. O.n.hpl Ave.WAITRESSES SoP 61 business necessities novelties.office Easy supplies for m.t Economy Auto Store. and W. Sutb.CHEVRL. Service. Boons W. Colonial.of. 105. SUfrPonU 6 I 25ft 2595. lees tires. Few IMh i Je. Yorker. Jlnd dl. Low m 1941 Ford Convertible Coup
Retell etore. U (60 per buy on sight. 1942: 41.OOO wagon' : side.
nIO. r'Dc mie MERY-ID8. It.tO" s 1941 oidsmobU Convertible Coupe
Jluf.eurn. 42 STUDEBAKERChampion
room, tips Low prices good deliv (1100 1 :
Corll.o. lot Hotel. brd. .D. I uaDepu.r.. Outfit free. KaeserBlalr. SEAT COVERS-An makes. wt.n.d Adams" 1.1.. c.b .mU. 1,50.. : condition.P. TRAILER 1945 3-room. club coup Radio h.atl. 1941 Plymouth CODvertIM Club
Stora 18.0. Lte W.les 1. Prm.nent I ICHVRLln O. Box I Schult. in good Used overdrive. 995. I Coupe
f Per a person values. WOMEN 18 to 45 years of CCtD'U Oho 1 .cndlUo". _, ,. good
JkD 101 Special Deluxe sedan 10' x 18' 1942
.wan\ Wi. side-wan disks and MERCURY 1941 4-or monts. '41 PONTIACConvertIble ".. PontIac 4-door Sedan
Investigated. fo cafeteria position. 1 & I I Fishing Camp Mt.
a01d. tales Tome
c good 1942 Pontla Soda
0.1 Realtor. 7186. Easy : 67. Employment AgenciesBROWN'S condition: good nbYat r cODdlto. Ft 10 coup*. Radio,and hytr.I .
Y learn. Six aeu.ek t.t.r \ Inch. Floonnats. ,atk.. Electric.fence quiet running 10tr. a .:I l It. : Verde. ContineataL. (1.250. J
led Ideal cndUI EMPLOYMENT AGENCY controller. P'lde welt. Other parts E".n 400 N. Ave. Phn. NASH-1940. "SOO" S door sedan. I HOUSE Electric TRAILER- sleeping porch. I '47, OLSMOBI .$F 1t

ZPORE YOU INVEST.-Inn.ttat hpl. Cafeteria Ceo I I work And Nurses Rltr.. I you want 471. Very clean. brke. P.1 Trailer ,, 4 door sd. R.d .a h.t.
to I
, this opportunity. for a want come help call 832$. c.t. I TOO and accessories at Kenyoa Alto CHRYSLER-1932 sedan. Looks .0 Air conditioned and music. Fainted ;, Park. 3rd row left of aorI 1.7. 1(42 PS'ksri Custom OUppor 4.-door
security and service dining
"Dcm.n' WAEWb\ room and will give excellent i but la Sedan
4 Joa' eoutr. A rising professionor : 6:00 p m. to COLLINS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE I Stare. 674 M. Oraac A... loDe years. Kambo. 808 W. .n.. .I 2-ton grey. Weekend special. (99S. I HOUSE condition TRAILER-Not ne. City. I Te.cars sold wit a 30 day ,uar.atc. 1(42 Plymouth Club ConvertIble
good TrUe
who (.OO 6-day
can meet the : week. PtuuM Wiater I and ninc Registry. 170. .
Stlaapbe. CHEVROLET Mechanti i I cp
-1939 sedan. Garden.
- Biefcoot steBdarde. Recreation ports rark. I Winter Wor.r.HOeSE
7P1t bookkeepers: dotc he 2-2970. 8. Evans. 400 N. Orange. Phone i 1941 British Austin ( Sodas
entertainment and travel I cally let class shspe. burned. .R 1946
opportunities -j MEN WOMEN 6 W. Church B TRAILER : 24-t.
this field. Get fall -U you are a St Will make good truck j I sleep 4. J. C. McKELUm INC. 1942 Chrysler Royal Sedsa
Prairie Schooner
" J b-obligation: at your I wish conscientious for sales person and PARK:PLY SEVC SPORT TOPS-One day service IS: Rambo. 808 W. Central Ave. i[I 4771. I I condition: will sell cheap; ; see at Bob I 1942 DeSot 2-door Sedan
, Army Recruiting Sttl 6 I a real 1. steady income. I I .or I .1 ne bl UP: tailor made n.t covers: CADILLAC 1946 for sale Service Station. Cheney Hwy. Packard Dealer** 1942 DeBate 4-door Sedan

Bide- Orlando I division Iltu lunt7. r 2-11 3&Pe. an for s.n West Auto Trim So. by owner; air 5oup unit: full NASH-1939 sedan. Wen cared for.radio 1 20 ft. COver -o
managerS Monday and HOUSE Phone 5147OLIN'S
Deco Co. 342 K.
ONE ACRE of filling taUa! day bt.e. U. hours of 1 Tu-I! 69. Work Wanted-Female Lexington. St.. 6012. 11 .cesne very low mileage: excel I' 431: excellent E. Church nnna. ec' Dome: TI refrigerator .r O.. A. $1495
.rr tore In.t u p ttu. .n ..d 9 1602 Iat condition Mr. Volllck with Sam ton. 1. I I manent lanerspring bed new '_0'.
00 Mr*. *n p. I TARPAUS12- *peet-- .tbla ph. 7811. NASH-1941 sedan: con- electric and dolly. Uk. sew.
Cne I 4ol .o
office work. br.ke
I 1941 Uerrary RtaUoa Wagon Ota
pr.1 ph. Oviedo. 26. I I AMAZING OFFER-We pay you (25 BlPaerl n.r expnpnte. Excellent 12x14. 1941$. B. F. Goodrich. Robinson 9x12. CRL 1 41-Like new. orll-!I dition. ( : ,b an I Lake 1417 29th St. _ new!

COMPLETELY EQUIPPED restaurant I. for selling SO boxes greeting e.ra f.nnc. Pone (37. and Garland. paint; 5 new tlr.s. ,, Jem.. Packing House n.a ZeU.G.n. I HOUSE-TRAILER.-Continental, new USED CARS m British Austin 4-door Sedsa
which a seating of 32. for (1 .I. trade for older model and 4.laaerspring .
-your profit .1
a up tires. II.p.
th u .. profit I TIRED-Used and ".. Nearly all cash difference. 1725 E. i i sedan. .Pl.t. rola. _. 1942 Ford CcnvrrUM CKlh colDs
jcros* ctreet the Tlorida I gift and everyday card. j jI BKEERP Kaley. Inrear. NASH-1942 600" 4-door ph. -
saP wrapPings !I .; part time. sizes. Soc 62 W. 22952.CHEVROLET. Excellent .Ur. "BETTER BUY ABE (Look sad drtve Oka a 48.
Tk L. depot. to sell at and Coals nothing 1 1r. I lP. SUnrPonta Radio heater and good Ur. 27
attler. Write Box 77 I Colonial Drive. I O Zemmer. exceptionally efeaa thraonOf
H 1309 llth to sample on ap i iD" 6St.r. I 1940-ConvertIble. condition. (995 R. S. Ey.n S-TA&lS1 condition.Price .
St. St. TTloud. Florida. 'today. Ment. 70 William SU., SEMS- Wants t make I l TEUo. 17x475; 19.5 SOOx t. new to new custom seat. 101 W. CentraL 8 McClam. ft. O. T. West. Box 218
, .EIRE IS A GOOD coin buatneoo'that I Newarka.N. J I! Reasonable. Phone shirts .1 Pj..I I Pontiac : as low & .. *. This t.G and not out NASH-1941 club ep good condi Orange 220. across street 1500 and Over
7 20155.
W. ColoolaL of I T.u
can be purchased for Inventory. BURROUGHS BILLING MACHINE lnO la price 124 tion. Prophltt MO Pack.HOUSE MERCURY
M.r.a from
S .u-I
Good location, showing splendid pnof- operator. Must be ,I YOUNG WOMAN fnt college in TIRES- 'size*, for trucks and TJ C.r 101 N. W. Central. 4553.OLDSMOhrTE E-POAt T.1 1944 Ford Convertible Club Coup
it IJ "Speak to Spiess Whit hr. .et. Pleasant.xprnce. 4 i Jln desires I northern &mobUe S 1937 I i 1 1.pA.AILE5.-Paisee: perms.-with CNBL .,
.ltrm. IrDlul. .d. b reasonable price 1(48 Hash 4-S. Sedan
: :i Realty Co.. RaatfK706 downtown office. S Mrs. Tou.. or In Canada the Summer T C. Galad CHRYSLER 1940 Ears eood co= d La neat bed: Carolina: Moon Cub rfUN. Rdl.c & very 1942 Chrysler
:2-2ID. Phillip Co.. 6 .A.D.. ,t! months.Kisummee.Reffences.Florida. Write B M7. I I i son: $. .1e Rbi II oup.Rdo Park. 2 miles.cd-DOr on US.Pt 41. I Camp''ID.; Edgar Lot No.Keleoa.96. I 1.mileage. I LaSso New Torker 4-door

TIM chine* ef a lfe I WILL EXCHANGE tood TRUCK JACKS-5-ton at (15.25 and upholstery Ilk. new. Body OLDSMOBILE-1939 sedan. In lit 1045 Ford -door Bedaa
UK* foe a man who want to board with person of : (18.79. I body HOUSE TAIl! ate.m j '{
/ 8.t a 1948 Ford Coupe
a Premium I toe = ; 70. Work Wanted Male I FI.stne OnDe and paint perfect coadHlaa. class shape mChDlr 1 C.ro I PYMOt SPEC
1 product a choice t. PiniaiMd pick .G condtn L 40
fo e..r..1 \ Cord. mile burned. 1942 BelCh Bedanett
IPar 1.
dIary. Will .1.1WC _ _
r : lo:5."d.a
require some Box I W. CentralAve. !
80S (
136 'a PI. U aUIU 1 er STENOGRAPHER la up track. Rambo : 1942 Boick Sedan Beautiful Maroon
8. 8tl. lady ; BKIE Chrysler Royal Blue. Weekend I HOUSE TRAILER-22 ft. 3 rc.ma
Ph CRANE rrnisA. dean tarawt)
i Thoroughly trained 2 booms: 2' refrigerator very
ONE OP ORLANDO' leading buri- t I and experienced. Familiar with bookkeeping winches complete special 895. S. Evans. 400 N. OLMOBIL- 1946: 6 OOO m I tIed sleep gas 4:; .ltr rendition: '46 FORD STATION WAGN' 1942 Buick Convertible Coupe (TU

vertuig ness for sale by 0.1. O.n dl- 65 "pipantdllale and office machines. Ac Y cable booms raise and 1..1 I Moel Best offer. Pleas t, $1 620. State .D. 426: fr Practically new. very 1. one I* strictly a "Itoswy")

line ., eUor t* 'Iln. on o fast and reliable not afraid can b swiveled. Holmes : Orange. Phone 2181.OLWOBl.__ house St. Luke's Church: dark bin p.lt new apr tire. 1941 Cadillac 5-passenser Coop
Boy Star j BARBER wanted. foil time or (IS Holler fTLCHVRL191 nor
_11 Pleasing personality. Local Cent 115 W. CentraL i ij i iI 1937 sedan. Very Or-f edo 131*" f 1942 CadiOae 7-pssnger Sedan
plus 79"i i
PRICED for only. l-r.L.
FOR .1..ne S.t ii 1941 CadIllac Sdette
im-8Ai Shop. 77 W. Box 126 8"r. I 4 door. Beaitiful fn cDUO.excellent Ura. C...I TRAILER-Alma She Mourn : '
tl.1 B.rbr Churb. HOUS '45 CHEVROLET : 1944 Chevrolet Style Master Redn
co..let I ,
complete with j Prrou 74. Antos-Trailcrs app.rne. meh.Dn, pll.t. taoabt MO. t..e. wbJ F 1947 Kster 4deerTrunk Sedsa1MJ
Wanted I
sonar unit. office and Have j I! A tnl.W _a I .1.PLYMOU 1 I large awning; Iton. I I Sedan lots of ,
Skidder .a -
Me- Gore. ro Ow.l.meU 1 Packard Club Sedan
Ylt 10-20 BUA1 J I car. Veteran: 4O._Box 125 S-Star. dirt cheap. 1941 Special deluxe. j priced right to sen. First ItI' low nrncage. (1893. '
COtttr-k.Dyr-g phyMil "' 35)1 1 : AUTOMOBILE WANTED-Wsnt any .arsge.Pine Melsl"l. i' 617 Las Colonial Pr. !' af to c. Trailer Ca. d.r 194Z Packard Cling IT Sedan
: PDU'D rt.
BOOKlESFE1CSand BOOKKEEPING. AcCOUN1ThG-Vet- usable car. six model Mr. c.sl. P. P 2-274. I' 8 I' 1945 Plymouth 4-Seer Seda
any I
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ledge of ( 9I PACll. FR CONL
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yearbiuinata Cola .t Trailer Orange
I fuUWht bare your Phone : soot- R. bat. I' cash. HOI j
branch office fO .
established write C.u.
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: 101 W.Cer.traL j at Rd.
i light. 'ne. S. Blossom .
Wertbwhij, 2-134. I miles will trade : 2 lights tow (
you think I&'sIS Box 109 8Star.COMBINATION L .nNI
AUTOS-Red Not yea < m.
.t nnr-,. Broker. : I BLOCK. BRICK. OR tp I aU' fo rh..p cash 8 Mt.t._ I HOUSE TRAILER 28 ft. 3. [OPEN SUNDAYS
Room i e.1 d&teen
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Bt ______________ and butcher CLR at l Work-ulnte. B! Call 8:97. 9767 after C I I 14l Ehpr PONTIAC-1937 eop.. Copltlyo"era. permanent ContinentaL bed. Make offer. ..n I 46 FR SEA
CONSERVATIVE INVESTMBiT ewPonunHiea I Tramor Cafeteria.w.at Apr i I 'I 815 N. OrangeDONT 1. 410 Blue. D.lo 2-doon h h.tr. lw ..
to make CADILLAC -1941 Heat and I W. 8 Mea. Gar.. (1799.
your lGlm t Sd.n.
.: funds earn six 464 Pee alu CI. must b enen 'PPI I small &unt aeltr. .r SI : PONTIAC-1942door sedan. 995. II .. R. S. EVANS
Rotate. 8tcl = o Blat Orange: 3 I' LOSE I'I music. Upholstery like new. Original R. S. Evans. 101 W. CentraL SteMcClaln. HOUSE TA For asic5 I OTHERS IN GOOD CONDiTION

IIIU. Prescott V. Brekr., Orange Ave. I, C EGl&2 years college. Special fo te bdn. The Cen and AND PRICED RIGHT. CO W. Central Ph. 4321

Dil 2-108. 45 Wet Central. MAN WANTED to work rtall I r pene. Desires work We pay hick fo aQ car.Model black finish. Light grade o still P-cIeJ 4-door sedan. 4-new tra Pd. offering a li. .
17- 3 New, and poultry market. or building sup1 A'I p S. Evans. 101 W. Hn are fe. DODGE *39 101 W. Central Ph. 5296
LAT .crcUo. ura 25.
NonJ bUId I .lrld t 11i'L redared Our met t 19. 4
being smooth running Po.
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I.. grruiv* and able to give good ref Ca. field or office u I McClain. pn. Plymouth. .
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Or Garland Amelia -
Mr. me an offer. 242 N. Orange Olins 1
en- faIUa. work Rf.r.a. C. : PLYMOUTH-1937. Very clean yevnelf and be
prLAPn 8. for you
engine. Special price $1995. see
$ t
Perfect writ H. B. Inc. R 1
rant.or liquor l.Uol ChoreS P. PuL Kentucky Ave. Tel. Gamoa. sedan It 1* extra nice. (595. J ledge Bier limit supply tJ g WE BUY CARS 400 N. Orance Ph. 4TO
or. both. _ i 131 I Phone er* pontiac 62 W. ColonialI beds and chairs. trade
Evans. 400 N. Ate.
with Pt, V. StPI Broker. I old i porter or office man. Orange t.1 the balance easy 110 W. Central Ptt J-0630
Dial t PLUEWit ntblthP CAua I! PONTIAC 1940-2 door. A-lair- tm j
0 2-10. Wait ". ,I at 1126 W. Jackson EOCSE South TrailerI 142 X. Garland Phone 3-4347 i
TRAILU6-1946 I &
Price, 4U.Wl- Pi.1<.lr I plea** phan .D7
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Scouts To Take.Over. CffTRAL fl RIDAS E EVwtoqh4&eA Et Executives To Nurses r.CNeeded

City Offices MondayOrlando I Hear DurantDr. : __ x Here

will have a new Mayor for a two-hour period Will Durant. world-known AH nurses aides hi the Orlando

tomorrow, when Donald Stewart member of Troop 51 of will historian be guest and speaker philosopher at the who Or- w_ 1 1i 1t 1t vicinity whether active or inactive

the Boy Scouts, assumes office for that time as part of BARNEY BARNES lando Executive Club's monthly are asked to contact Mrs.

Orlando's observance of Boy Scout Week which started THE QUESTION dinner meeting Tuesday. Feb. 21. J Rocher Chappell chairman of

.Friday. Would you approve a bill to plans to leave for Europe at the the Nurses Aide Corps of the Or-

Special ceremonies will be held derson. Troop 29: superintendentPark extend the city limits and enlarge to close do of research this seasons that will lecture not allow tour ange County Chapter of the Red

In the City Han at 3 pm. as heads Dept. Stanley Craw. Troop Orlando him to return to America before Cross at once to help in relievingan

pf all city departments turn over 25; municipal court judge. Don 1950. acute shortage of nurses at the

the conduct of their offices to the Kelley. Troop 30; milk and meat THE ANSWERS "For this reason capacity of. the Orlando Army Air Base.

Scouts and assume the position of inspector. Richard Bass and Tom Stewart Kerr Jr., high school Orlando Country Club is expected aides
Any nurses from other
chief clerk for the two hours up Bunker. Troop 27; pure food Inspector I to be taxed to the uttermost by i _'
student. Orlando "Yes. I would ":
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cities who be )
to closing time. The ceremony, hasa James Musselwhite, Troop I members and their guests who will might visiting in the
dual purpose. Scout :Executive 27; Inspector of occupational licenses approve a bill of this nature ba : want to take advantage of a possible .. 4t/ Orlando area now are also asked

Harold Pace explained. weight and measure Jimmy cause over Orlando.50000. with a populationof last time to hear Dr. Durant j to see Mrs. Chappell between 9

It calls attention speak for three J. N. and 12
dramatically the Stone Senior Outfit 1: electrical and only 12 years. % ajn.

of ,the city to seontinc inspector. John Bethea. square miles in Stonebraker secretary treasurerof It was reported that such a

and its place in the city, and it Troop 24; city solicitor. La von area almost demands the local club. said. 9 great number of soldiers dependents

serves to arouse more interestin Austin. Troop 27; personal property an extension "While the deadline on reserva- have been hospitalized for

civic affairs in the Scouts tax assessor. Wally Williams of the city .. tions is Saturday of this week yet minor non-infectious troubles
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w to be assured that the Country H that the small staff of
and elves them a better working Troop 51; tax assessor. Kelly limits. There is a if regular
knowledge of bow the city Aide.. Troop 27; supervisor of rat I health and sate'f:! Club can serve all members and nurses has been overworked and

operates which they carry with proof inspection. Robert Howard. !I! ty problem at, J their guests reservations shouldbe regular nurses aides assigned to
W" made as early this week the OAAB
,' as possible hospital cannot relieve
them throughout the rest of Troop 29; cemetery sexton. Billy stake in this
Stonebraker added. them sufficiently
their lives Simonet Troop 29. question in that '
The Orlando club which is an More nurses aides have been requested -
Other Scout city officers will be: All troops are planning to attend the city has at the -.,:.-. affiliate of the national Associated by the base hospital, to

chief of the Fire Department. church In bodies wherever present no Kerr Clubs network, featuring the help in relieving the acute short-

Howard Gould. Senior Outfit 1: possible today and ministers jurisdiction over worlds greatest speakers will com- age of the registered nurses. It
plumbing or garbage disposal. The
chief of police Marvin lve). Troop throughout the city have extension would be a definite advantage plete its first year following Dr.Durant's was emphasized the urgent need

29; comptroller. John Pulsifer planned sermons depicting the to the people taken into appearance in Orlando.It will be of short duration.

Troop 24; asst. comptroller Wes place Scouting plays fn building the city If for fire protection has a membership of 200. the
Clark. Troop 24; city engineer strong spiritual values in only. lanrest in the State with a long The fastest passenger train run

Ted Hoefler Troop 48; garage the outlook of the boys. It was waiting list.Orange in the United States is a train between -

supt. Burton Moore Troop 24; emphasized that this attendanceis Kenneth Biven. shoe salesman Kenosha Wis.. and Waukegan -

city clerk Fred Hunter. Troop 2; not compulsory., and boys can Orlando: "Yes I believe the enlarging County ... -, "" .A m. at an average speed of
outside building inspector WaltEr attend the church of their of Orlando is a good idea Court RecordsMarriage NURSE EMMA KRICK is shown above serving orange -Our Own Staff Photo: Trovers I 85.4 miles an hour start to stop.

Murroski Senior Outfit 1: inside choice Irrespective of the church because every juice to six of the pupils of the Princeton and Patricia Bell waiting eagerly while Miss Krick
} building inspector. Hugh chosen by the troop. city extends its A..licati1wun.m
Henry George 27. student. 534 school of the the The Princeton P-TA HAULING AND TRUCKING
as part program promoted by pours their serving of Juice.
Whitehead. Senior Outfit 1; superintendent Boys are wearing their scout limits as It Stetson and Elizabeth Pannier, 21. stu
of Municipal Audi- uniforms to school all next week grows. We have I! dent Jasper 534 Winter Carr Xdcar.:Park 31 track driver. Orange County Chamber of Commerce to have cit- I retained Miss Krick as school nurse to insure having First Class Service

torium. Richard Orr. Troop 2'. and are doubling their efforts to the same city ; Bradford to LOT Mae Quails 21, farmer rus Juice served all pupils in elementary schools. I a trained nurse on hand at all times to aid in
director of interest other limits now at Winter Garden I PHONE WINTER PARK 482
Neal boys .
aviation. Gardiner scouting. .. >'> ', Victor Herman Cole. 43. salesman. 1920 The juice is provided at cost by the Vacuum Foods guarding the children's health. The only otheschool
Troop 29; city physician.. All members of Troop ,27. the "'" L ): proximately ap-I Woodward and Ruby Jacobs Wren 43.
Billy Densorr. Troop 30. Optimist Club sponsored troop : 000 merchant. 503 Iranhoe 1'1.... Corp. Shown above are: John Tew Jr., Eleanor Bell. I with a full time nurse is the Marks St. rJOSEPH MOSLER
N '. .. Ralph Waldo Vauchn 24. citrus, Ocoee: I
Plumbing inspector. Jerry Rick- will be detailed to ride in various ; :';; that we had and Untie LuTenia Brown. IS. citrus, Vincent Hughes, Eileen Zolla Roger Ammerman where the P-TA has also retained a school nurse.
en. Troop 48; superintendent of police prowl cars during the two ;. 25,000 and that i,I' Winter Richard Garden Eugene Christy 34 312 8 Rosa
f.. does not make
Public Recreation. Darrell Van- hour observance. Patrolman J. ELand ;' ,and and Doris Joanna McCormick 19
%' : sense. The only 1i i telephone operator. 184S Delaney Gideons tomorrow at Eola Park open-air service CIGARETTES $1.39 r ::;
Bracket. Troop 26; superintendentof scoutmaster arranged for '!\j ...b.b } thing the city !I George Washington Cook 21 student, Maine EvangelistTo 7.30: a.m. at sponsored -

,Sanitary Dept. Jimmie Hale. the detail to give his troop a bet BivenBy would gain is :' 1701 E South Marile Mae Batchelor :21. their breakfast meeting in the | by the Christian Business POPULAR BRANDS

Troop 29; Asst. Sanitary Dept ter understanding of the problems for greater population waitress Carl Raymond 2022 nine,. 41 linesman 52. Speak Before YMCA.. Men's Committee. WRIT FOR ORDER CARD
Aden Arthur Troop 29; asst san- police are faced with and because the taxes collected would Grove Hill Court' and Christine 2>Ua The Rev. Mr. Pent was pastorof Committee chairmen are par- Send no money

itary Inspector. Donald Bridges. emphasize to them the fact that not near make up for the services Jones Robert.22 Earle 52 Grove Barnes Hill, 21.Court doughnut man I I a Boston church for 18 years ticularly urged to be present tomorrow ww uu..s.e+.aasnrwu.ou .oa J

Troop 29; storekeeper. Harold An- I. policemen are basically the best offered." ufacturer. 411 Virginia Dr and Lon Jean Gideons TomorrowThe before entering evangelistic and Pres. A. P. Swaidmark: rc.r.rwu."osara

friends citizens of Orlando have. McClaln. 20.Suite elfin In clerk Chancery 1630 Ferris Dr. I Bible conference work: His sons announced.The eurrave..L .

owt. Troop 27 has scheduled a sp ePierre W. duBose college stu Harriet E. Mathuson TS. Town of Lake Rev. Arnold V. Pent York Arnold Jr.. and Emerson are associated f JL.t 9.t..1L..
I. a.sid.eco cial Maitland. bill. Beach [Maine Bible Conference with him. He will also'; United States grows about
.hone 2.2691 ph.,. 4129 family night at thenmeetingplace dent. Orlando: "Yes extend the Prances J. Healy TS John Schrleber et I .lu.t tl 1'ILktl
f !Dr. Leonadas A. at the Grand Ave. Women's city limits and enlarge the city and al euiet title.August president will address the Orlando speak today at 3:30 pm. at the half the world's corn. .q
; Braboy DDS Frledrlch Martina R. Fried-
Club Tuesday to start at 7.30 p.m. let thepeople rich HIT.
DENTIST [colored
J37S wen Ckveh St. Orludo.] FU_ Special tenderfoot Investiture taken Into the Suits In Common: Law

OUice Boars: ':ee A.M+ll A.M.l.M ceremonies have been planned and city help pay d ams Alfred...W.110.000.MeCay TS. Earl C. Tatienhont

PM- PJtt. refreshments will be served.I their share of Ceuntx .........'. Court
3:M P:M.:. S P:M.M the fire protec- Final report and application for dls-
$: P.M, t PJ*. charce. estate of James Collins SehoolfUld.
Tiled baths were commonplaceIn tion they receive First report estate of Harry L. Shaw
Roman free.Garbage and First report estate of Cora W. Warns.
times.Gleason Inv. and app. estate of Perry RIder.
sewerage disposal IDT. and app. estate of Albert C. Roll
in the areas affected t Instrument Filed.
CAMELLIASPlant & BrooksAuto is haphazard .. dd A. X u.150.Loren Carpenter. re to John C. Simpson

and a health H. Ward to et u t* Prudential .
Now Upholstering menace with little Ins Co nod mt,. *S.100Orange .
County Commissioner to Deere
or no,restric 8. Anderson et nx deed' 11.502.12
and enjoy their Special This Week tw 21 rW tions. What little doBos General nisrount. Corp. to Mrs Mary
JEEP TOPS 9 C. Schaub wd f 10.
bloom this Season. Black Tan taxes they would pay to the.ci t7 Cent Fls Prod. Cred A.... to Karl [
or Topping could hardly pay for the services C. Tatcenhorst et al sat crop lien and tirure4rveeo/

I' Over 100 Varieties Seats Rebuilt and Recovered they would receive In fire protec- real rateFirst Nat.. Bank. W. Oardea to Dewey
Mt aotfc St. Phene.1532 tion and garbage collection." Tyson et 1111 Im..
i /0 select from Ink Imp rend to tells Ke11u dead $1.
W. C. Reynolds Cons Co to Warren C.
all Mrs. George L. King, housewife Chambers et nx, sales contract $..1OO.
colors beautiful Orlando: "Yes. with the extensive Laura C Burtesa to Florence K. Bur-

and rare 'types. TOM COXWinter growth of Orlando the limits sew C loci W.$10 Eddy et al to Kubert Richard
should be extended Klmbro sm
1 Garden W. L. Clemmon et u to Elmer B. Brows WEVE
the sameas et al wd $10
N. L Hasty Jr. Nationally FamousMen's other cities in Conn Gen Life Ins C. to.Htw Homes Ins HAD TO

United States.Extending .. sm BANK ENLARGE OURINSTALLMENT
44 L Colonial Dr. Tel 2-2162 Wear the William Co lease Kaiser et ax to Orange StateOil

Year "Hound Low Prices limits will give wd Russell$10 C. Keene et ax to William Blair O LOAN '......ONT'

r the new residents P. U. Tmltt et u to Kunles X. Heal LOAN
:,., the services offered .d $10 ORlANDO DEPT. pgn, J
Lowell W. Johnson et u to Innleo .. FLORIDA
S.... by a municipality Meal nee $1Frances atD IL..
at a Rlyss Adcock to Zanies X. Heal
cost much less ace tlFrance.
.v Adceck Bailey et Tir to Eunice
GLEN GRAY DeccaRecordingAristr than they are B. Neal qcd SI J J t ty
paying now. The Emma Adcock Davis et Tir to XunleeX
Neal wed: $1
King low tax rate Katherine H Morrison et Tir to Clara
t levied by the city will not near pay P. Elrod wd $1 iJlI
Louis Askew Rhodes et al to Edward M.
for the fire protection street Laird et .1 FOR
and BROADCAST maintenance and garbage collec L. Kist et via, to First Fed Say and the third time in two
tion. City limits should be deter- Loan AHa iota $2,079: .
Henry Wlenholx et u to H L. King etax
Direct from Associated Store With mined by the growth and spread wd $10Henry .
lof the population of a city and u sm. Wlenholi. et ax to H. L. E1DS et years First National's Installment 1

TOM Orlando is ready for an eaten C. A. Borer aft.Flnkle _
SAWYER of WDBO sion." 8. DeLoach to Ida D. P. lAster

wd J.$10 B. Ruihey et ax to Arthur Butt ftx Loan Department now located
f Saturday Afternoon at 3:30 James Davis. U. S. Departmentof wd $1Konstantln. ,
Agriculture Orlando Bkrepnlk et as to William.Ina *
: "Yes. Orlando Wilson et al wd $10
s should be enlarged In this Jack Faulkner .t u to Larlck eT Frankel
the 4th floor has its I
manner.The out- mfg $4.000. on enlarged
Delmar Nicholson to William H. Roberts
skirts of the city wd $10

are built up. to John P. Kolar et mx to Erwin L. Wid- .
an extent one mer wd $10 quarters. Additional space ;
T. D. Crawford et u to W. B. Richardson
can not tell where mtc 10.000.Pr.ace. .
the city ends except E. Gregory te T. D. Crawfordet I

by the signs Emma us, wd Bean$10 Marsh to France B. Or'.- is being provided and !;
at the limits. < ory sm.ProteetlTe.
Life Ins. Co to Randolph H. P
Seems to me that Cobb .,
et x sm '
at, t'-' vantages all the are advan-in mtc H. $3000 C. Alexander et BX to Rose A Miller\ personnel increased '1 1to

R. 8. Adam et ax to Jam** Z. Humph "
the favor of the .
reys Jr. et ax wd $10Georce '
people taken into "i 8. Anderson et U to Woodsrd .
the city. The Davis I, w. Chapman et ax, wd 110.I better serve the Publl : f 1
I L. Pic ford et ax to R. B. Adams tt u :;'
health and safety conveniences offered ref reT el.
1YT't by the city are an asset that I Mrs M. C. Bias et Tir to William H 1
Marshal et ax wd $10 vt.
would overshadow the low taxes'' A. E Carpenter to John C. Simpson et .
collected. This extension wou.d ox .d $10 !
give the City of Orlando the au John wd C. Simpson$10 et u to A Z. Carpenter .

thority to clean up some of the Alfred A. Starblrd et al to Marion d .
unsightly junk the Mlddlebrook wd $10
yards on edge
r Thomas W. Campbell to Xdcar Rose
'' 1t of town. .,
i .t x sate $2 OOO
1-K Edgar E. Rose et ax, to Thomas W.
Qua ,c b'.i Campbell wd 110.I .
I Peter Marash et ax to First Fed STand r
I Loan Assn mtc $1.700. -
James:. Humphreys Jr. et 1111 to First ,
; eotZ Red Blood Cells I Fed **T and Loan Awn mtl $2: .775 'e'" f
Augusta wd $10 1:. Smith et ax to DiTld Arrant tS>

James R. labeQ et ax to B. M Ryan 4This
Must iota $6,500. ..
' BeKept Up Fred C. LeRoy .t ax to Augusta Irene .1
.. Borer sm popular First National :
L E. M. Ryan te James H Isbell .t nx wd ;, i

If You Want To $10Fla J i.
Bank to Marion M Mette et is amJ t
C. Estes to Harold F Ball et ax .d' '
rM $10 service supplies MONEY-quickly- \:
Feel Alive Vernon Allen Carter et ax to Harold
P. BaU et ax wd $10 .J 1
Lottie )I. Estes et Tir to Harold P. BaD .

.nt Thousands Now Regaining Old et Thelma nx std Kincald$10 to Adam L. Us et u and at LOW COST for most every
at. $2500RFC .
t Time Pep.Vigor and Drive By site Co to W. C. Parrtsh .t ax sal

Releasing Vibrant Energy To Simpson Nellie krd W. $1 McCabe to Lola Flowden conceivable need to be repaid 1

Every Musde,Fibre,CellOrerwork. William wd 110.I .Marvel et .x to Ike Marvel etax r

.undue worry,and lack of eerI I I I I Dewey Lola Plnwden Tyson et to ux HUt to First McCabe Fed are EST SI and ,
lain roods often reduce from future income. Terms
the red-bl Loan Awe mta- $2.500. D Dto
trenrta-tad starred weak. pun O. W. Church et ax U M. T. duistmaa
blood Just hunt the power to keep 1Ip mfg $10000
You invited your energy nod Cme.Krery Albert lUrk et BX M Anton T. ConteHawd
to and
k see hear Glen Gray and Tom day_rery hour-minions of $lo. meet your requirements. You :1
tiny red-blood-ceUs must pour ortb Ben Shader et ax to J. F Brawkyu et -
{ Sawyer broadcast. You may be a lucky contestant and Iran the marrow of your bones to replace wd $10Frank d I I Iq
those that are worn-out. low 8. Murphy et ax TS Heirs of fI
L: win one of Glen Gray's latest recordings. blood count may affect you In ereral Marion Luther DoUins et al Us peadens. need not be depositor. i t j
? j ways: no appetite underweight tI.dIUI.,Area P. Mehrlins et ax to Frank Murphy a ij''
energy, a run-down condition lack of
Catherine Maxaob
et Tir to Charles R.
resistance to Infection and disease. Eaten wd $400
To get real relief you must keep up Ralph 8. Mitchell et n to Fannie
f Dance to Glen Gray's Casa Loma your blood a trenctn.If edteal: autborltte Mitchell wd $5.4OO.
Orchestra by analysis of the blood bar by poet Carl J. Teed to Loyd H..Kins et u wd ORANGE AVENUE

at the Coliseum Saturday Night at 9 o'Clock. tiTe amazingly proof effective shown that in building 6SS Tonic up low Is $10Louise 8. Rose et U to Donald and 4ItCHU1CN STUET I
t blood strength In Bon-ortanio mutt Leona Brad wd $10Blantoa .
Siena anemia. "This Is due to the SSS D. Owen et u to Rata L.
Tonic formula, which contains special Johnson et ax wd $10 "It b our desire that aU who call here haIl receive
I and potent acttratin Ingredients. CoohbPd.e Fla Bank....at Orlando to Clarence! HRabr every
t Tickets on sale now at Associated I Alto. SSS Tome. helps you enjoy the Lee Folds U i B. Rodgers Jr.
food you eat by Increasing the gastric al IDta $301 :<
I di; *tiT* Juice when It to wan-0r.fsd- Florence Getlin Knicnt to X. A. CroD ; 4.7. ."II.I."y
call too little or scanty-tnus the stomach et al sate M.OOO.
I will baT uttle cause to get balky ;' 1 1Nemba
i with gas bloat and CITe 08 that sour 1 Fedesl Depoab lyi.rsam -

I food Door taste watt Tnerglza your body WIth SHOW CASES

rich red-blood.Start on SSS Tonic now.
TAhVAtAKRANDOAlAN00 As vigorous blood surge throughout We hare new Columbus showcases I Ic
your whole body greater freshness and In stock.
tTSAat3QTA strength should make you eat bets,
MIAMI sleep better feel better work IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
play better liars a Stealthy color glow faa
your akin-arm flesh nil out IIpieta. Slade-Boath Showcase Coin .
MUUona of bottle sold Oft ..
bottle from your drag star*. 633 Tools) {I+ Keed St.. TeL Z-tZ71 i ij
help Build ftturdy Health

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C r t $" 3 CHARTER MEMBERS NOW AFFILIATED with Mrs. J. R. Chappell, Mrs. G. S. Osincup. Mrs. J. 1\t.

League seated, left to right: Mrs. A. W. Roberts, Milligan, Mrs. F. M. Alleman Mrs. C. C. Magruder

,. Mrs. Godfrey Schomberg Mrs. C. A. Yergey, Mrs.F. publicity chairman. Not shown: Mrs. W. D. Way
1" Miss Margaret Siemens Mrs. C. F. Moore Eustis;|
B. Smith, Mrs. A. C. Marshall Jr., Children's ;
Mrs. Ridgely Brown Avon Park; Mrs. Ellis Arnall,
Theater chairman; standing: Mrs. R. S. Woodruff, Newnan. Ga.

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PICTURED ARE FOUR OF THE SIX PRESENT LEA- Frances James executive secretary, Community Welfare

GUE OFFICERS: Mrs. R. T. Anderson assistant treasurer Planning Council and Miss Sally Eastwood executive .' rb

; Mrs. W. N.;El1is. president; standing Mrs. W. H. Dial secretary, Community Chest. "Fair Oaks" shown in the I
recording secretary; and Miss Margaret Hardin, corre-.
sponding secretary. Notpictured are Mrs. Terry Patterson background, was a major project from 1934-40, serving as FTt ''r

'Vice-president; Mrs. Alan Anderson, treasurer. They discuss a home for dependent children who'received cultural and .. &

the proposed Volunteer Service Bureau with Miss educational guidance in a home atmosphere. ___9aS

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PROMINENT AMONG THE VOLUNTEER SERV- Schultz, Mrs. Joseph Moody, Mrs. Horace Newman,
ices is assistance with the Orange County T. B. Assn. Miss Dorothy Hardin. Not pictured are Mrs. Leroy
b $ ; Active participants shown include Mrs. Walton Mc- Coffman, Mrs. Marion Goggans. Mrs. William
5? Jordan, Mrs. J. P. Rutland, Mrs. Roger Pounds, Mrs. Siemens. They assist with clerical work and with the

J 1 p- Larry Adkinson, Mrs. Glen Spears, Mrs. William Mobile Unit.

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THE PAST PRESIDENTS ARE SHOWN IN THE GAR- Williams, Mrs. E. L. Ferran of Eustis, Mrs. Asher Peter ENTERED in the 1 scripts with Bob Marshall, WDBO t merr.bcr,

DEN of the Lawrence Gentile Jr. home in.Spring Lake. ; standing: Mrs. Harry M, Voorhis, Mrs. John T. radio educational and producer of the shows. Left to right: Mr. :1
I \ Branham, Mrs. Linton Allen, Mrs. George Johnson Miss Miriam ,Hardin, Mrs. Richard Inman,
Left to right, seated:!JUrs. A. C. Marshall Jr., Mrs. A. Mrs. Tinsley West. Not pictured is Mrs. W. K.WhitfieldJr. each Saturday afternoon I Mrs.. Page Bussells, Mrs. Hal Knowles and Mrs. Kenneth
W Roberts, Mrs Lawrence Gentile Jr., Mrs. Champ shown above discuss Tindall.
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pervision of the Orange County lation being under required I '' were begun for mem-I Health and Welfare Unit to be f!continued In the schools. The association -
Local Group Granted CharterIn Medical and Dental Societies a : ;' In the association as welL erected on the grounds of the or- continued In war work.
Free Clinic was sponsored and financed ards.The years 1933-34 were : j on government and ange Memorial Hospital, a project I assisting with two bond drives. putt
Mrs. Harry M. Voorhis. : welfare were conducted! curtailed later by the war."Ibe" I on a horse show for the benefit ofi
by the
Lea association for the '
; ]inrior MembershipCentral Red Cross for an emergency fund
g1! of other milestone was noted I I' the placement system was put National Defense program began
indigent the county. The Clinic
and bond.
the and of I work. Groundwork was begun and members assisted with draft purchased a $500 war
purchase opening
Florida can be proud of the well earned honor was started entirely with volunteers Oaks." a home; for the establishment of a Chil- registration. USO drives for funds. I The upkeep of the dayroom at
received by a group of community and welfare minded necessitating hours of Instruction through no fault of their Theater program and vol and in every aspect where needed. :,!lAAFTAC was coattnued. dances
women in the of that group the Orlando Junior from Miss Hammond. : were taken away from their workers made supplies at Various Red Cross courses were were given for enlisted men. and
acceptance prest:1'i.: Orange Memorial Hospital | taken and dances were sponsored. the association staffed a surgical
ents.The formal opening
then head
Welfare the Association of The nurse at the Orange
Assn., into membership iri on "Mother's Day. June 10. Mrs Ltnton Allen was president for enlisted men at the OrlandoAir dressing unit in College Park..
Leagues. of America,__Inc.. The transition of that Memorial Hospital. j f Mrs. William E. Sinclair j J 1939-40. and the Children's Base. I Members completed 74 courses: in
group, beginning as far back & Mrs. A. W. Roberts' served as'' president during 1934-35 I series was launched with I The term of office of Mrs. various phases of Red Cross work.
1928...Into the qualifications 31 I president during 1932-33. and the many out-standing benefits 'I I success. The association's Champ Williams. 1941-42 was and "Fair Oaks" was turned over
Junior League has been i time. in correspondence with the association became Incorporated' for the maintenance of I were no longer needed at fined with war work Fair Oaks- to the Orange County Health Unit
with each succeeding year showing I'Junior' League executive secretaryin at this time.The Clinic was closed Oaks." Mrs. Asher Peter. Central Index as it was taken was turned over to the Orange for a Pre-Natal and Well Baby
growth maturity broadening and New York.. it was learned that during this period. because of during,1935-35. led the i by Community Chest. and Is County Chapter of the American Clinic, and a Tonsil Clinic. During
development.' .- ,this.group would among other Federal aid and i hi successful operation. The this period Mrs. Lawrence Gentile -
"- being supplied tion of the first Follies, I Red Cross and was used as headquarters I
In order to portray.the-devel- qua,. 1cations. have to be a self- there was the possibility overlapping | netted more than a i f became charter mem- I for courses in First Aid. I Jr.. headed a special commit-
opment through the years a brief sustaining organization.In of welfare .agencies. The lars further to aid in the of the newly organized, Orange Canteen. Home Nursing sewing I tee which presented in detailed
outline cf: each president's regime 1931 the Junior Welfare As- Thrift Shop was inaugurated.tl or "Fair Oaks."Mrs.Tinsley ,i I' Juvenile Council. I nutrition and preliminary nurses' form the association's third application
is noted covering the epical events sociation was born with Mrs. known at that time as the -"Christ who served during 1936-37. Mrs. E.L.Ferran now of Eustis. I aide. A milk fund for undernour- for membership in the
during her particular term of Netsy- McKenney Scott now residing mas Shop. and has been maIntained instigated numerous benefits ]: during 1940-41 and during I i Ished children in the elementary" Association of Junior Leagues of
fice. in Richmond Va..president. continuously through the' ing her period of leadership '! I term Fait Oaks" was discon- schools was conducted and because America Inc. The application was
In 1928 several young During this period of reorganization years. The first application for ing it possible to pay a after careful consideration of the war, the Children's formally accepted in July 1943.
met together and formed the or"1 the first major undertaking membership in the Association of able sum on the principal disrnssinn as to its need at Theater series was discontinued. I Mrs. W JC Whitfield. Jr served
ior'Auxiliary, of the Orlando ,Ras'launched, a Food Dispensary Junior Leagues of America. Inc.. home as well as have time. It was decided to spon- :Mrs. George Johnson took the during 1943-44 and during thu
Nursery under the leadership t for the undernourished children of was made and declined for several repairs : the Child's Clinic ad Ward of gavel for the years 1942-43 and
Mil Haitians Huckel. and at t tke. county. Later under the cu- reasons the main one duetto POPU-I Mrs. John. T. Branham. t proposed City and County I i the milk fund was successfully I Continued en Page 18,_coY Itt
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y >Page 18. tilt &nnbag &tntbul-&tar. Orlando, Florida, February 9, 1947 Symphony' Society PresentingDuoPiano

. SponsorsFor I Presbyterians Team in Recital ,

Address Will Hear I The most popular American 1 1 All funds raised by the benefit I

t duo-piano team. Mario Braggiottiand series win be devoted to the reorganization -

Jack Chaikln. comes to the of the Central Florida -
Announced Lecture SeriesThe
i Winter Park High School Audi- I Symphony Orchestra when

... About 150 prominent Central Presbyterian women of Or- ,sis torium March 5 as the second adequately trained professionaland

t Floridians" are sponsoring the address lando and visiting Presbyteriansin ah. program in the benefit series able.amateur musicians are avail

t Wednesday Qf Edward Tom- the city are looking forward sponsored by the Symphony So-

F llnson and "The .Mind of the I this week to a series of lectureson ciety: of Central Florida. Their After 20 years in the U. S. Armya

i Americas" series. Charles D. Hur- the "Prophecies of Isaiah" to be repertoire covers the entire fieldof first or master sergeant may

t' rey. lecturer chairman announced given by Miss Janie McCutchen great pianoforte compositions retire with a life income of $10.

i yesterday. of Atlanta. from early masters. to modern in- a month after 30 years with aifW

. Tomlinson dean of correspond- 4 .,f JFF, novators. income of $185 a month.
1.. ents and commentators on hemispheric Miss McCutchen one of the The benefit series opened last

r affairs will speak on gifted women of the PresbyterianUS Saturday night with the Gordon *v

"Democracy vs. Totalitarianism in Church is a graduate of Win- r I String Quartet which played a T'J T- ;;; PARK

,i the Americas" at 4 p.m. Wednesday throp College and the Assembly'sTraining most successful engagement, and 112 and 114 .... Park Ave *
in the Annie Russell Theater. will be concluded on March 14 by
School in Richmond Va, A On Black' North of the Postoffieo
i The sponsors. I Lawrence Tibbett, world-famous
g Dr. A. J. Abb. Mist Madeleine Applcbr.Mr and a member of the Presbyterian \ baritone. r Handkerchiefs..1
t *. Charlea T. BUMtt. Mr. John W. Committee on Woman's Wort ____
. Bert. Mm Anne Board-nan. Mrs. r. f. Season tickets are available at
Bowden. Mr W. C. Bower Mrs. Edward with offices in Atlanta. the Music Box in Winter Park and iY ; n'qJL Annt .:
Bullock tin. Louis I She will., Park Lake
X Browne Mrs. Gcorc speak at the
in Orlando
the Southern Music Store -
H. Burliiwham. GeL J. M. Canon Mr. \
Presbyterian Church at 10 am. a l *
and Mr*. .Francis M. Case. Mr. Marshall assuring music lovers good lInEns I .
Clark. Mr. C. A. Coddtnslon. Dr. Helen Monday and at the First Presby- I
seats for both the duopianistsand impoKTus
M. Col. Mr*. B. R. Colenun. MlM Helen terian Church at 3 p.m. Monday. .
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Coomb" Mn. Irving Cox. Mlu Bally B. Tibbett, something which r/
On Tuesday she will speak at the
Crane and Mr. end Mr*. Theodore Crenro.Al ; yes t looks like a problem at this dis- I Ph_ g7g "
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*. Mr. and Mr*. Louis T Dommerieh.Ulsa I Calvary Presbyterian Church at MonoCTaminc
Florence Dusitn. Mix UllUa r. Dual 10 ajn. and to the Business Wornan's tance. ..
tln Mr. and Mn. H. R. Kdmunds. Mr. and The two popular keyboard artists HANDKERCHIEFS '
Circles of the Orlando and
Mn Harold Elliott. Mn. Mary Cummins tI : .sA.
r Eu ,. Or and Mn. William T. Foiter. Mr*. f/ G .% Oakland Presbyterian Churches at in the Braggiotti-Chaikin f fed 7
R W. Greene. Mn. Herbert BtlTentadt, L j'Moody Manor when the BusinessWomen team play the most up-to-date VALENTINES
6 Mrs- Georgian Hardlnc. Dr. Oeors A.
Barlaw. H B. Harris. Mara Constance Bolt. Y iM.v will be dinner guests at works of significant present-day ". Hand Initialed from Madeira Man 'J
Mr. pod Mn. Benrr C. Bolt Mr. and Mr*. 4 6:30 pm. of the Hampden-DuBose composers with an intelligent and locked' Prints from INland;; Cnc A
Tracy Hoppln. Mn. W. J. Hovey. Mr. broideries frem China; Laces from Jr
Charlea O. Rum Miss inorenee Jenney. Academy. On Wednesday Miss sympathetic understanding, and a russels; Hand Painted from *.itze.. '
t>r. A. A.- Knapp. Miss M.ry Knapp. J. K. McCutchen will be the guest of touch that is both brilliant and I land. ,
KjiUht and Mn Boyd Kyner. honor of the Park Lake Church authoritative. Their appeal in
Alms Mr. J. Pat Lauahlla. Arthur W. at 10 o'clock breakfast to whichall MISS JOAN CLARICE WYCOFF J -
tdstaruer. Mr*. H. C. Louderbouth. Mn. a their program numbers which ,
.....' B. McDnffie. Mn McdUlouib Ma- :, n..a.' 3ai% '$?'lxAQdipF.w''' a., the Presbyterian women are becomes bride-elect. range from Bach to Boogie- i We Gift Wrap
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wuln. Mn. Charles Mather-Smith. Mn.Oeort invited. Following the breakfast
i 8. Maynard. Dr. Elizabeth J. Moch- -[Our On Staff Photo: Traver. Miss McCutchen will the Woogie. and from Gershwin to Lookers Welcome We way ,*
ru. Mr. and Mn. B. A.lloere.- Mn. T. C. present Glazounoff is for all classes of ,
Morrell, Mix Oertrwle U Murphy. Mn.w. MISS BARBARA MILLER last of this series of her addresseson but ...ei ergs te buy I
0. oiiTtr Dr. and Mn. O orit H. Opm. Parents Tell Miss\ Wycoffs music lovers from the bobby-
. "Isaiah. The honor guest is Mlchlsan. la th. Bummertempt
Mn. Louis Orr. Dr. Julia ration her betrothal announced. soxers to the most advanced t:::
the author of studies and
Miss'Ann PauL Mr. and Mn. James Dun- many I .
classical .aI% L2.-
: purist. '
Mr C. Ortega Mr.
eta .Phillip* Pleat pamphlets on Scriptural texts and
t I. and f Mra. Charles' Hyde Pratt and Oca.Charges : is Engagement to Lt. Harrouff -
McCormick Re.... an outstanding authority on
Also Miss Dorothy Rice.. Mn Oven Rlee.Ulss Miss Millers\ Engagement Bible teaching. -
*Winifred Roblnaon. Mn W. C. Band Mr. and Mrs. Edgar B. Wycoff
ore.'ArUuar Brhults. Mn Mathilda Schulx
Dr'"J3eorc. O. Scott. Mn Carl I SeaShore. Jr. of this ity, formerly of Spar-
Mrs. M. L. Becrest Mrs. Arthur H. To Dr. von Abele Made Known tanburg, S. C. are announcing the Entertaining or Giving?

V Va engagement of their daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Davis of' a a
Joan Clarice to Lt. Kelly F. lIar-
i Winter Park are announcing the aI t
I rouff. U. S. Army Air Corps, son
Whistling engagement of Mrs. Davis sister. Junior LeagueMembership of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Har 1 A salad

Miss Barbara Miller to Dr. Ru-
rouff, of Lawton, Okla.
Oyster dolph von Abele. of Harrington supper or I
No date has been set for the """"
Park. N. J, and Winter Park. No '
"after bridge
and plans will., be an-
NotesDon't date has been set for the wedding. GrantedContinued '. r k 6R nounced later. a::;: ::?
ar Miss Miller the daughter of .re P .. bride-elect attended Spar- smack will taste
g. The I
Mrs. William Kern of Centralia. VJB w. }
[ From Pace 17' ] .4 p tanburg High School and also
HI, and T. H. Miller of Ashley. ..w College in Rock Hill. S. better in a Polished Birchwood
Forget Winthrop IIIl
HI, graduated from the Centralia period. "Fair Oaks" was sold and is employed by Pribble "
C. She
Valentine's Day is Friday High School. Last year she was Salad Bowl. Serving Spoon and Fork' 'II
the money put into war bonds to Wells, Fly and Koran, public accountants i
associated with the Veterans' Administration -

; ;;: '"Dont by any chance forget in Washington. D. C. be used later for a demonstration Lt. Harrouff, of this attended city. Lawton and. Individual Plates and Bowls orS

She came to Winter Park In October project. Strenuous war-time activitIes -
that Valentine's Day is devotedto High School and Cameron Collegein
I affairs of the heart. If you 1146, and Is now connected were continued with an Lawton. He has served with the S a Cheese & Cracker Tray.

have no such affair don't with the Institute of World Gov- : extensive program carried out for t Army Air Forces for the past: four

admit it, but send someone a ernment at Rollins College. the soldiers' entertainment. In r: years and is presently stationedat '

'. No Valentine need and going start through something.life Dr. from von Abele Columbia has an University A.B. degree I September. 19... AJLA staff and ..AA Randolph FIeld Texas. Grind your black pepper from India [we have it] ina

; tarred to death.If where he was awarded the Henry board members visited the association I f'O\. k hand-turned Pepper Mill in either blond or dark
Evans Traveling Fellowship and to make themselves better Rebekah President
you want to give Just a the University Fellowship in History 1 finish.
acquainted with the members and ti K; Honored at Banquet
paper Valentine our collection and last year received his L
is something to boast about. Ph.D degree. He was elected to their activities.Mrs. Mrs. Lillian Senner president t

That's what we're doing. the Phi Beta Kappa fraternity. Lawrence Gentile, Jr., pre- 'afro a' of the Florida Rebekah Assemblywas ; Cook Books for the gourmet that are works of art
There are Quaint old ones too. Director of the Institute of World sided from 1944 to 1946 and great ..
t ::::: guest of honor Thursday night t
of and herbs extensively
; calling for the use spices
1 collected for us by a Chicago Government "Rollins, he is author strides were made under her leadership when the Lucerne Rebekah Lodge

[ artist. Not expensive and very of the biography "Alexander during: this period of recon- W held a banquet at the Fraternal]l 'we have 'em] these dishes add zest and romanceto
heart-warming. H. Stephens." version. Assistance was given the

Red Cross in their program for the Bldg.The eating.
If you want something a little able-bodied: to the Orange County welcoming address was given -
more than a paper Valentine. Smith. Miss Ana C. Stone Mn. Harry by Mrs. Anna Schwob, noble
Stone Miss Lilian Stroebe. Mara Emma Blood Bank; to the War and Com-
and have run out of ideas we U O. Tbomas. Miss Helen Tbomas. Jots munity Chest Drive; to the National ? sA5 < cay 'ti, grand. Mrs. A. Cummings actedas California Barbecue-Ware well worth seeing. To see
recommend highly the Jensen Tledtk Miss Plorene Tyler. Mrs. O. B. Clothing for Allied War toast mistress. The following '
t Valentine Packages filled with Otler.Wlkr.Dr.Mn.J. Spencer Clia A.Voorbee- Wnt Mn Mr*.W.J. R.A. Refugees; the Service Women'sCenter distinguished guests were Intro- it is to wart a set in adobe brown or cactus green.

t, fine Jensen toiletries and deco- w..teetlira.. Florence Whithlll. Mr. and : the Y.M.C.A. drive; and : : 3 duced: Mrs. Senner Mrs. Fannie
rated grandly with lace Mr. S. H. William and Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel WlaaaU many members were serving in executive Spmk. warden of the Rebekah As-
ribbon and flowers. At 92
, capacities on many civic: sembly and Mrs. Nellie Emrich
9.00 and $12. MRS. HANS K. JENSEN
60. including tax. boards in the community. During I

You by can phone-'l20'l.safely order these fromus the her term. Mrs. Gentile was plan- wed Thursday. ,, conductor.After the banquet the members HOME & HOBBY HOUSE :

ning chairman of the Community ok --- and guests adjourned to the lodge Trade Mark 5

New glassware and dishes .cker-kr Welfare Planning Council of Or- 1'I hall for their regular meeting (Q 7
have arrived from England. atcomepany I lando. I Jensen-Thomas I Little Theater Decorations were carried out in ': 1115 East Colonial

Sweden and France. Beautiful i The current president. Mrs. William the Valentine motif. At this time e \
; new Marghab Linen too. Kay :: I N. Ellis needs no introduc- Mrs. Senner gave a talk. -

Finch" figures also. including tion to Orlando. Under her guid- Nuptials Held Will Present ---------
that wonderful Coach Dog. ance, the Children's Theater series -
Very smart bridge and coffee We're going back into the furniture has been revised: a radio edu- ,

tables with metal bases deSigned and out of the gift busi- cational program is presented ThursdayMiss Comedy Feb. 20
from old fashioned sew weekly to the children of Orange

ing machines. In light and dark ness. I County; the association has ably Virginia Thomas, daughterof The Orlando Little Theater will
wood. An excellent standing assisted the Orange County Tuber- present .three-act play, "Best
Mr. and Mrs. Laurance Stuart
lamp at $25.00. ALL GIFT ITEMS culosis Association and assisted in Years." by Raymond Van Sickleat II

all drives: has been most Instrumental Thomas of Kingsport. Tenn., be- the Colorualtown Women's Club .
REDUCED TO COST I In the formation of the came the bride of Hans Koeford Feb. 20 at 8 pjn. At the regular .I. .

f afternoons.We are closed,: on Saturday Colored Community Welfare Plan- Jensen of this city Thursday nightat monthly meeting of the theater .

JUST RECEIVEDA ning Council: has given volunteer the home of the bride's aunt group this Thursday a preview of is proud to bring you a newSLIPCOVER
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service to the Orange Memorial outstanding scenes from the play
t Joy Hawley Helen Ryan large shipment of Hospital has donated a canoe to and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Sey the first full-length dramatic presentation -

folding chairs the Red Cross to be used in the mour. | to be given by the Little

t Located: on the patio reached Water Safety Program; and is Investigating Only the immediate family anda 1 Theater will., be given for the .
the members and their friends.
possibilities of set-
from 120 N. Orange and 1245 N. Orange few close Mends attended the
I ting up a Volunteer Service Bu The cast includes Kathryn Tig- I
W. Washington TeL 4358 reau. Mrs. Ellis serves on the executive ceremony which was performed by ner as Mrs. Davis, a neurotic '

board of the Orange Dr. Marshall C. Dendy pastor of woman who' rules her home with SERVICE!

County Youth Council; the executive the First Presbyterian Church.The | her sudden attacks of "heaven
board of the Orlando High knows what She may baffle her
.i I[home was decorated with masses of ,
t. School P-T.A. and is a memberof doctor, enacted by Deels S. Banner -
white calla lilies and white gladi-!
and her daughter.
the Orlando Girl Scout Council. Cora
|oil and an improvised altar flanked Mary but '
played by Malterer. not
with candelabra was placed before I the rest. There is Harold Langs- !: CUT AND PIN-FITTED RIGHT IN YOUR HOMEI!
double window.
OAAB ClubActivities I a large dorf as the hard-of-hearing Milt
Given in marriage by her father I Stotter who has been "coin-tin" .* .
| the bride wore a gown of ice blue I Aunt Em. interpreted by Betty
Set jFantasheer nylon trimmed with Jean Wells since the Johnstown
I I gold sequins. Her only ornament I i flood.
was an heirloom gold brooch belonging I P.
I Alice Shultz as Madge Davis
Activities at the Orlando Army
LI. to her maternal
Air grand- I the other daughter has her mind
Base this week in connectionwith
r mother Mrs. Gertrude Seymour. on a certain young fellow and ,
the Officers' Club will be as
follows She carried a white prayer book Russ Rupp. who directs the com- Fine Fabrics
: with marker of orchids tied with ,
I I edy plays Fred Barton Barton
' ,MONDAY: OAAB Women's Club bowl at streamers of tuberoses. I who' diverts Cora's attention from

; j TUESDAY OAAB: Bowline: OAAB Alleys Women at T Club 30 P Welfare m. Miss Margaret Throp of Kings- I I her mother. Chrystal Walston and Sunf ast, tubf ast. vat-dyed
1 1t
t croup meet at Red Cross Bide oa the i port the bride's only attendant. Gladys Johnson complete the cast. fabrics in stripes and ,1
: base. The Women'a Club will hold asoeelal wore a pale pink dress with corsage '
meeting at 1:30 p,m. at the Officer ) floral patterns. Values up -4
t *' Crab. Dearth. class for member I of white carnations. The stars as used In the U. S.
t to 2.29
of the Officer Club at I pm. In main The bride's mother wore an aqua flag are similar to ancient symbols yard.
fount crepe dress with corsage of white used in I
i India. Egypt and Persia
For Important WEDNESDAY: Mont Carlo at I pm. ta
carnations while Mrs. R. N. Seymour -
the Offteen' Club. 'and are considered to
nt dart and! eveningson :THURSDAY: Women Club bride club chose dusty rose with a sovereignty as well ai lofty Expert ,
meet at 1'3O p,m. at the Officers Club corsage of American Beauty roses. aspira-
e cosy coot SATURDAY: Formal dance at the Officers tions.
Club. with Billy Arnold play- Mrs. Gertrude Seymour the bride'sgrandmother
d fr b, Joblow with orchestra Workmanship \ \\ '
!ng wore a blue velvet to:: ". I
clever scroll detaien \ dress with pink carnation corsage. f' r
Robert Lineberger acted as best "

wingwideilctvei.. eomarewil 1 man.Following the ceremony a recep- 11 t bf rtli 4ftl, Satisfaction \ 4

sizes 12 1 & ISyt.tUMriL tion was held.Centering the bride's .
all table was an arrangement of calla i JAH Guaranteed p .
lilies. The three-tiered wedding x :, t
cake was cut by Miss Jennie Line- If, p.'

in berger and Mrs. Arthur Crabtreeand S. '
lone in beautit\ t
Of Mrs. J. J. Loveless assisted in Clothes TWO PIECESCOMPLETE yam, ff

serving.Mr. for I
In and Mrs. Jensen left on a a ,
vauit wedding trip to the East Coast and Tots and Teens
1M will be at home. 39 W. CopelandDr. j Chair Slipcovered 6395
aft. HEAl THE NEWMaqnavoxm after Feb. 20. For
f 19 W. Washington St. : Sofa Slipcovered
the bride wore a suit of brown : i
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9 1947 sage of sweetheart roses. After a 3 Mr and Mrs. :MerrelL The rooms
Sl1t &unbttg utUt.l-&w- Orlando, Florida, February I trip of two weeks to be spent in jf the Estey home. Woodlawn.

; New Orleans the couple will make ;were opened ensuite and decorated
It seems that the time for gayetyis tapped BARBARA FOSGATE and 'I with bright colored azaleas
Parker their home in Orlando. : served from
Mrs. Supper was the din-
ence more prevalent. latter attending
Out-of-town relatives ,
O O O I ing table where Mrs. Ruth Sals-
a7ncs ( the wedding included Mrs. 1
burg presided over the punch
}, The Orange Ball held by Rey- The Duke and Duchess of Wind- Honor GuestAt Walter Twichell of Marthas Vineyard I bowl and Mrs. A. R. Key poured
nolds dormitory last weekend was sor did not neglect Tallahassee in Island: Mrs. Thomas B. ,coffee.
Z socially triumphant from all re- their tour of the State. However: Moor and Mrs. Kenneth Seagrave
ports. The Longmire room was not many were fortunate enoughto ShowerMrs. : of Worcester. Mass.; and Mr. and i
decorated with crepe paper oranges i gaze upon these lauded celeb- x Mrs. E. M. Merrell and family of i FOR SALE
f TUSH JONES and green streamers. At rities. There were the chosen few Addielynne Kemp Parker Leesburg. :
t r one end of the ballroom loomed an of course and here is the story who will be married to Lt. CoL Friday night following the wed- Beautiful Antique Gold Leaf
With Gasparilla time In view MARTHA HELEN KING filled her h rehearsal :Mr. and Mrs. ;
, immense cardboard orange depicting Clifton ding Mirror
B. Hinkel at the Orlando .
down Tampa way and many big the theme. Looking especially car with a few of her friends and t George G. Kennedy' entertained at I C; Feet Long 3 Feet Wide
Gainesville weekends approaching. lovely that night were headed for Horseshoe plantation.After Army Air Base Chapel Feb. 21.was a : the home of Mrs. Kennedy's parents | See Feb. 10 and 11-2 to 5 P.M.
Tallahassee girls and boys are already RITA CALL AN AN. YVONNE much investigating and complimented Friday night when ? t tV .,".... Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Estey, 1811 lIon nba'k Drivel
CALDWELL and MARY PETERS.It many vain attempts to enter the Miss Darleen Millard. daughter of J<;-' #: with a buffet supper honoring
. packing their bags with seems so natural nowadays to girls were just about ready to give CoL and Mrs. W. W. Millard. entertained ,.... .: ...,..
[ eager anticipation of the coming speak of a dance at FSCW but itwasn't up when they heard sounds of the fIJ
frivolities. After a month's rest too long ago that this fox hunter's horn. Parking by at her home in Winter
t' form of entertainment was the side of the road the little Park with a shower. i'J t F

banned. Instead the weekends group anxiously awaited the pro- With the honoree were includedthe (?:
consisted of games and prome- cession. First came the Duke and I Mmes. William Wood. Gard- .
i nades. Also It was not until 1926 Duchess en la station wagon the
that the girls were given permission -I horses ridden by stable boys attired ner Sharpe. Dudley Jerrels. Isa-
to play cards in the dormi- in white livery followed and bella Livingston and the Misses e
tories. My. how times have I last of all. came the two carriages Rush Enwright Jan Rollison,
f ; changed!! -, one carrying the hounds J Peggy Walton Marilyn Connelly f fW&ll"
000 and the other the ammunition. I I Jane conn UJ'. Elaine Rounds t
The Freshman Flunkies realized The girls were thrilled at the sight and Marian Buffington. ; i c$
b this too. and chose "My, How and felt their country Jaunt to be I i
Times Have Changed" as a title thoroughly worthwhile. I i
for their skit during playnight. o o oWe I Miss Jones

LEILA LANE and EMILY GAHR were so pleased to have ::: : .

"" .- seemed especially talented In reviving PHYLLIS HETFIELD pop in tO Honor Guest
the Gay Ninety spirit. i|see us this week. Though JO ANN I I
000 CLOUD claims priority. I'm quite
Mrs J. J. Home and Mrs.
Pledging between quarters has sure Phyllis' time was equally
? been taking place. MARGARET !divided. Enola Jones were joint hostessesthis

PHIPPS recently went Alpha I J n o n I, week when they entertainedwith

E. C. BLEAU Gamma Delta. Also this is the t Those that have been to Orlando a shower at the latter's home .. ..
last weekend for sorority initiations 1 for a few days are MARTHA honoring Miss Christine Jones I

and Kappa Delta seems to ANN MAGUIRE HARMON I II who will become the bride of Carl
k )pave: thought last to be best. WILDER and BARBARA BREN- MRS. DONALD GRIFFIN MERRELL
RELIABLESERVICE IRIS PARSONS reports that the I I NAN. MR. and MRS. D. P. EISEL- I I Hilley here Wednesday. the former Adelaide Carman Key.
house is "closed. and so MARY STEIN will arrive soon to take With the honoree were included
f ALICE COOPER will undoubtedly daughter ELAINE and BARBARA +I the Mmes. George Kincaid.John *
l sri be a very initiated member by BRENNAN back with them. Others I I, Carow.Lillian Merz.H. C. Rodden-

TO THEDEAFENED the time you read this. planning a homeward trek this berry Smith.Howard Beatrice L.Thomas.Flowers.Winston Miles Impressive Ceremony' Unites
o o o week are ANNE and NELLIE CAR-
Thomas. Christine Waldrop. Edward
i BETTY SHIRLEY was initiated TER and JANE McLEMORE. Smith Edward Smith Jr.. Miss and Mr. t Merrell
into Zeta Phi Eta the speech Edwin Butt. W. S. Eubank. Robert Key ,
honorary. Friday night. The sorority Adkinson George R. -
elections for officers are being AlbertsonEstablishes George Swain Jr., Margaret Harkey Hat- Miss Adelaide Carman Key, George G. Kennedy of Tangerine :(I
The years of broad exper- held. ANNE ALLEN was taway. Pearl Smith and George daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur and Robert Merrell of Leesburg. i
I ience of this reliable expert. chosen as Pi Beta Phi president II
Stuart: also the Misses Evelyn j
of became bride's mother
Sanford The
i Raymond Key wore a gown
in and
have been invaluable help BETTY KENNEDY as pledge Nipper. Helen Keyes. Teri Page i
ing hundreds regain their trainer. Donna Dewey Marjorie McKinnon | the bride of Donald Griffin Mer- j I of light blue crepe with insets of

bearing. o o o New ServiceThe Jean Bishop. Irene Boke and rell, son of Hugh Lee Merrell and I white\ lace and a blue flowered hat. '

! Cotillion the dancer's club has .I I Delores Jones.Catholic. the late Mrs. Marie G. Merrell. Her corsage was of white camel- I
AMAZING recently bid new members as has
: lias. Miss Martha Merrell. sisterof l
Albertson Public Library Saturday at 4 pjn. in St. Thomas'Episcopal I
the Village Vamps. The former
the bridegroom wore an imported -
t proud to add a new service to its Clubs Church, Eustis. :
NEW The Rt. Rev. John Durham silk print of lavender and
growing list of services offered to j I I while another sister, Mrs.
The Whistling Oyster Wing, Bishop of the Diocese of green
(ONE UNIT the public. Now. a registered borrower -I Plan South Florida assisted by the Rev. George Osmundsen, wore a black I
t may borrow not only PartyAt I Mark T. Carpenter rector of Holy velvet gown. Their corsages were :

JtItfll magazines and pamphlets books'j the regular meeting of the Cross Church, Sanford, officiated. of white roses.Following i
t The chancel of the church was I the ceremony a reception fr
also albums of musical Woman's Club plans were
held of !
at the home
with which was
banked palms
i A of the made to hold a party Monday at among ,
project Wednesday Music I' were placed large baskets of calla Mr. and Mrs. Leroy C. Smith on
'MONONo *AC 8 in the St. James School Y.
I Club of Orlando is responsi-I lilies mixed with white gladioli Lake Ola in Tangerine. The bride's
cafeteria the proceeds of which
I table, covered with a cloth of l
t seven-branch candelabra.A .
..porot* battery pock ble> for the nucleus of this col- and tall
go toward the purchase of : Italian cut-work and filet was
i No .......,* batt ry ..... ection. The members are also giving the electrical equipment needed I presented program by of Mrs.nuptial Arleen music Miller was, 'I' centered with a silver basket of :
their support and are actively in the school cafeteria.
-now jroa can wear a bearing I organist. Prior to the ceremony calla lilies, flanked by silver can-
.. aid with complete comfort and Mae.Tba working to enlarge the collection. A large representation of the 1 Mrs. Frances E. Rounullat 2d. of dlesticks. At one end of the table
; Betton Mooo-Pae Mothers Club of St.James School t Mrs. Henry Land of Tangerine
tiny new They have succeeded in interest- Sanford sang "Ave Maria" in
boat H azs and weight old rtyto Really Fine Gifts ing a number of individuals and attended the meeting and told of I Latin and "0. Perfect Love." served the guests from a three-
ba.ring.ida- ethUylittle larger I. ; the need for additional electrical i i'I The bride, given in marriage by tiered wedding cake and at the
than a deck of bear playing: C.'deyet' *epow.rliil Jensen Silver-Marghab Linen groups in the project to such an equipment in the cafeteria. Both.. her father, wore,, a gown of white other end Mrs. C. H. Estey, also Junior Deb presents the perfect suit superbly
you even tdutpertlGet extent that they have presented 'I
of Tangerine, presided over the
helpful fact about thie new SpodeWedgwoodCastletonSwedish clubs will unite their efforts toward satin fashioned with" sheer yokeof
albums or money for purchasing : punch bowL Mrs. Wallace W. tailored in Birdseye Sharkskin with nipped in
'mind* aid" inlvahiabte FREE Mark making the party Monday a silk marquisette fitted bodice
Crystal Cross
to the
book about !* *-.Phone come libraryThe library 'success. bustle back, and the full skirt Wright of Sanford was in charge
r am,cv aand cuupoa tat your copy. etc. has added to the collection also.Gifts .i Mrs. Lawrence Plante and Mrs. i terminating in a long train. Her of the bride's book. Others assist- waist exclusive, with Louis'. $55
> of money or albums from i W. J. Brandel of the Mothers Club i iI fingertip veil of.rose point lace ing at the reception included Mrs..
individuals groups or organizations
Winston .1, Dotherow and Miss
; BELTONE HEARING SERVICE will be gladly accepted by are in charge of prizes. The following was Brussels.bought She by carried her parents old-in i, Barbara Dotherow of Orlando; I;' Hat soft straw with perky feather trim. $12.
This Week's an
the will serve as hostesses: Miss '
Eaom 1111. Hj r.A Davos 131dg. library and greatly appre-I fashioned bouquet of white carnations Mrs. David Simpson Mrs. M. B
I W. Orach ...... z.son ciated. Regina Sullivan.Mrs.Arthur Jane centered with sweetheartroses. Swift and Mrs. Owen Connor of
Even it is Mrs. Lawrence Gentile Mrs. Rob-
though not possibleat Tangerine; Miss Anna Margaret
the present time due to lack ert Pleus. Mrs. Leo Smyth Mrs. 131 N. Orange Ave.
White, Miss June Fenn and Mrs.
Mantel Decorations The matron of honor was Mrs.
of space and the funds. Nosun. Mrs. Russell Carlin.
necessary 'George Griffin Kennedy' of Tangerine Blair Kramer of Mt. Dora, Miss
Deruta Dinnerware to have a "listening room" in I
Norma Gardner of Tavares and
who wore a gown of white
I Jensen Valentine Packages which the public may listen to FILM SHOWING TODAY Mrs. Winifred Lovell of Sanford.
musical recordings: that privilegeis Five films will be shown on silk shoulder moire neckline featuring fitted an off-the-bodice I For their wedding trip Mrs. I Under New Management. Use Our Lay-Away Plan
BELTONE REARING SERVICE Sterling Silver available In the fiction room. "Movies of Latin America" Seriesat
: Merrell suit of wool
wore a yellow
I I 'and full skirt of white net with i
1. I d W. ChHrca aLe OrUnda. FU. The
Southern Annie
Music Co. has fur- Russell Theater today at
with white accessories and
. nrwIa..Ja aIe TREE booklet eae'be I I vI nished for the use of the librarya 5 p.m., Dr. A. J. Hanna. director bustle .!back. Her .headdress. was a cor-
; I --. tar. bout. tbetetei ad I I Cloned on Saturday record of the of small white ostrich plumes and
Afternoons player equipped with two Inter-American
i. .1 ---> be done to cweraanM it. I I Ir. I sets of earphones so that two Center announced yesterday. I I illusion. She carried an old-fash I
1 I ioned bouquet of pink carnations
I people can enjoy a program of They are: "Democracy at WorkIn
$ The Walstliac oyster label
1'I 1 tied with a large bow of lavendar I
. music without disturbing othersIn Rural Puerto Rico. which will
adds diitHetioa to year rtfLI '
I ribbon. Miss Bettie Merrell sister
: .... I I I the room. !deal with rural life and the workof -
. I 1 I Ii I On patio reached from 120 N. In addition to the collection of the extension service of the col- of the bridegroom and Miss
I lilt. I I Orange and 35 W. Washington approximately 50 albums belonging lege of agriculture; "CUba. Gem of Betsy Kramer of Mt. Dora actedas DRAPERY DRESS

c. .L---J I to the library 11 albums are I the Caribbean." showing Havana. bridesmaids. Their gowns were and
available for the identical to that of the matron of
listening only. i natives and sugar cane industry 1
Exclusive with SIMPSON'S the property of individuals I i ; "Hurricane Island." an inter- honor and they carried white taffeta
,_ who have placed them in the library i eating film on Santo Domingo; muffs from which fell a
for the use of other loversof Introduction to Haiti." an educa- !, shower of pink carnations with I
i music. !hon trip to Haiti with its wealth 1 lavender and pink ribbon. I
of historical material its colorful The two young daughters of
the gay resorter (people and unusual traditions: Mr. and Mrs. Cecil D. Beck Pau-
lette and Linda Mae. were junior
Kappas Giving 'and "Islands of the West Indies
,showing scenes and historical bridesmaid and flower girl. They
facts of Curacoa Martinique j wore dresses of white taffeta fash-
I ioned like those of the other attendants -
Party Tuesday Trinidad and other islands. 1F
I Paulette carrying a muff I
A large benefit bridge party Is Birth Announcements and Linda Mae a white basket
being planned by the Kappa Kappa of pink petals. I
Gamma Alumnae Assn. for | Mr. and Mrs. K. Phillips are The bridegroom's brother. Ed- .
Tuesday at 2 pjn. at "The Plams. announcing the arrival of a son win M. Merrell of Leesburg servedas I \ PRINTED DRAPERY FABRIC
the home of Mrs.F. D. Trismen in. George Kastandos, born Feb. 1 at best man. The ushers were S
F Winter Park. the Orange Memorial Hospital. Robert Hmely. Robert Petrie
The proceeds from the party will - Twill weave-Attractive floral on natural
go toward the Nora WaIn Fund for' background in wine blue and green-All fast

: Norwegian Babies one of the principle ; ;. colors for either draperies or slip-covers.
charities of the fraternity. 'i
The reservation committee includes : 36 inches wide.

Mrs. W. W. Yothers Or- ,
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,! Maj. LaRoccaTo Orlando, Florida, February 9, 1947 (Tljr nnhaJ! trntttul-&tar Pale 21..

DAR :M ,. ':-.. Newlyweds I
l Marry N BridgeTea ,.'" I

I li i To Be Feted I
Mrs. Garner Planned r Ay

. II
Manatee Mr. and announce Mrs. A. the P. Ashby engage-of Here Peb. '22 -, si At PartyMiss &it

ment of their daughter. Mrs. .
Elaine darner to Maj.Gerard La- .::. Prominent among social events Edythe Crittenden and lt
Rocca U.s.A. of Philadelphia. Pa. I this week will be the annual bene- Mrs. Denton C. Wiginton are entertaining I
Mrs. Garner is employed by. the fit bridge tea which the Orlando t Ai with an informal partyat
U. S. Post Office. Chapter of the Daughters of the the latter's home on the
Maj.LaRocca was formerly stationed x American Revolution is planningfor Dixie Highway Tuesday at 7 S'I
at the Orlando Army Air Saturday. Feb. 23. at 2:30 pm. i honoring Mr and Mrs. I
Base. He graduated from West H at the chapter House 35 Lucerne i Michael whose marriage was a recent : SLIPoEI
a Point with the class of '41._ Circle. dY event. All friends of the
This year the proceeds will go couple invited. ?
The_wedding date will be.. announced are
,. ;
later after whic the toward two of the projects of the Mrs.Michael the former Patty
couple win make their hotfee. JnZglin f National Society the two DAR Curry daughter of Mr. and Mrs. a
Field where Maj. LaRd&a isstationed Mountain Schools. Tamassee. in Weldon T. Curry of Pine Castle CJlIlDIGJl
South Carolina and Kate Duncan and Mr. Michael the son of Mr. -
1 : ,j't Smith in Alabama.Mrs. and Mrs. J..K. Michael of Taft. .
'" Jack E. Stewart.* second The couple is residing in Pine 100'w s
DR. MIMS SPEAKING vice regent is general chairmanfor Castle.
Dr. Edwin Mlms.visiting professor MRS. ELAINE ,GARNER the party and has announcedthe I
following committees: Receiv- JJrOO 1
of English at Rollins College. betrothal told. ing at the door will.be Miss Ma- R Helen Moore "' !
will apeak on The Flowering of belle O'Neal regent: Mrs. J. P. "
Civiliza I Ristig first vice regent: Mrs.W.H. k2
New England" at the Woman's "American Culture and { S2ES
Club of Winter- Park Monday at tion" series which is being spon- Mrs.Adkinson.Jack E.State Stewart.chaplain; and Will PlayNotedWorks J., to /

4 pan. sored by the Rollins adult education -, The refreshment committee will 40
, i It Is his third lecture on the program. include the Mmes. G. Max Smith. Ho Plll(,
H. W. Meetch T. W. Mathews. O. tXCI14IGE .
' N. Ostrom J. W. Rex A. E. Pick- Music lovers throughout Central $
ILer 49 ard. and C. R. TidwelL Serving Florida are looking forward to the k0
4 Jewelry L.p will be the Mmes. Myra Gager recitals of Beethoven's piano sonatas R FjpHC
Henry H. Hancock. Miss Dorothy the first to be given Thursdayat SI
VALENTINES GREETING CARDS Nye the :Mmes. Donald Evans, W. the Winter Park Women's Clubat
P. Pardue Willis Maxwell and a
8.15 pjn by the well-known
REPAIRING group of Children of the Ameri- pianist. Dr. Helen Moore.
I I r !
i PARK can Revolution: Mary Virginia
2207 EDGEWATER DR. COLLEGE The recital will
Thursday open
I GLEN GRAY above will direct the Casa Loma Orchestrai
Wolfe. Donna Claire and Dianne E
t with the Sonata In Major. No.
Evans Anne Akerman. Mary Mar- i when this leading swing band comes to the Orlando Coli- 30. and will include the SonataNo. O I
garet and Judith Howard Sueanne seum Saturday, Feb. 14, for a public "Valentine Dance" 2 in D Minor. No. 12. Those
ExpertCommercial Maxwell. Cynthia Pardue. from 9 to 1 the musical who have not subscribed for two
and Molly McElroy. p.m. a.m. Presenting exquisite recitals the second of which is to 63 N. ORANGE AVENUE
Mrs T. O. Lee will be Chairmanof I patterns that have earned them widespread acclaim Glen be given March 17. may purchase
Tables and Chairs and assistingher i I Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra bring with them the 1 tickets i at the door on the eveningsof
will be the :Mmes. Arthur '
Photography Eichenberg.S. Harris and T. H. I recent popular and ever-beloved standard tunes in a pleas-i the performances., ...
Dixon. Decorations: Mrs.' Alan ant, melodious manner. This all-star orchestra has appeared -
Chandler chairman, and Mrs. R. at the leading entertainment places of the country,

c College Park StudioWhen Mmes.H. Hobbs.T. G.Seating Lee, Arthur Guests Eichen-: the I and has been seen in the movies, ""Jam Session" and

berg. Claude H. Wolfe T. O. "Smoke Rings. a
You Need Photography Call Us Brown. Tickets: Mrs. I. Robert '--
Campbell and Miss Evalyn McEn- .
tire. Prizes Mrs. Willis Maxwell F7 WEEK
Phone 2-2405 Jack Lord forand abou
and Mrs. Cluade H. Wolfe. Tallies FEBRUARY T--13TM
I Doug McCall pads, and pencils: Mrs. H. H. Con-
verse and Mrs. A. A. Carmack. HttP BOYS BECOME SCWTJpz&e
, -1 Program: Mrs. Julian H. Hyer.
I Publicity: Mrs.J.P.Ristig.
Tea guests are invited for 4:00:
MINA LEE: : of Florida be pjn. when a musical program tea will
will be Mrs. T.Receiving O. Brown. Mrs.guests W. By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor

C. McLean, and Mrs. W. H. Ad-
kinson. Tl TISS FAITH CORNWALL recently received recognition by the ,

The public Is invited and all "* Unity: Church Ministers Assn, that she is now licensed as a 1
'ek4 visiting daughters are welcome. f
Reservations may be made by Unity teacher. This license is given upon completion of required I
1' calling the D.A.R. Chapter House. credits in the Unity Correspondence Course and at the Unity Train-
Mrs. T. W. Mathews. or Mrs. I. R.
ing School at Kansas City and
441 Park Are., N. bring Campbell.their own Players cards.are asked to I following a year's successful ser-
t 1 vie? as a teacher in the Unity
Winter Park I II I Center. Miss Cornwall, a gradu
Baptist Circle NoticesThe : ate of Rollins College with the

I II circles of the Woman's Mis- class of '45, is now teaching at the .
sionary Society of the North Park Unity Church, 503 s. Orange Ave.
Baptist Church will meet on Tues- o 0 0 :
day at 3 p,m. as follows: Circle 1 CHARLES GALLAGHERand mRS.
with Mrs. Bert Jarvis. 2200 Lake 14T\ Mrs. Wilbur Montgomery /
Sue. Dr.. Circle 2 with Mrs. Rosa
were hostesses this week at a
Smith. Henderson ,St.. Circle 3 '
I with Mrs. W. M. Strobel, S. Dixie bridge luncheon at the former'shome
. I Highway. on Kennison Dr. honoringMrs. / -tomi
Jessie Zipp and Mrs. P. C.
,.- ....,...._..._-" Bailey Mrs. Gallagher's guests
: PHONE 2.U7t from Daytona Beach. With the WITIIA
\ .. I two honorees were included the

: ( .... : Mmes. Ralph Stults, Irene Mayer /
I I Joseph Meyers. (J. H. Packard
4 I (
r : aJ 1: George H Truman Elmer Stone: 4DIAMOND
I, 2J- the Misses Barbara Dunlop and

: mfCalL GROVES ':" Eve Crain r> "J o o .

i: 3S N. Orange Blossom Trail : I FONTAINE WINSTON / FROM DUVALS
fl Idaughter, of Mr. and Mrs. J. MISS FAITH CORNWALL
I Orlando, Florida. I.: i I R.: Winston has returned from receives recognition. /

., : Now shipping luscious Temple Richmond Va., where she has been student at the Virginia Medica' / I
f.) .. Oranges remember your /:I Center. Col. and Mrs. W. W. Millard are spending a few days in
friends back home with a box (Tampa. .Mrs. Eldridge,Hart spent several days this week in Miami.
: or basket Come In and see it I where she attended meetings of the executive board of the State

,I packed. : Conference of School Workers and the State Legislature Committee
I I .of which she Is chairman. The committee considered health and Valentine's day Is the Ideal time to give
: : welfare legislation presented'for discussion by the heads of the State Her that nig she's been waiting for.Brffllant .
I :f W1SCONSIVS FINEST p I Board of Health the State Welfare Board the Florida Crippled r.
I KIM. af I. CHEESE : Children's Committee, and the Governor's Youth Committee. i

\\l I I It In following varieties II I I 'c oTl I Unusual vahw. Solitaire -
GOLD-N-RICH j |R. AND MRS. W. J. ROSEMIRE of Lexington, Ky.. were hosts at ,,, set In beautifully

BLCE IN'BULK "* a birthday party at the Club Cabana this week honoring Ben F. carved yellow gold
j BLUB IX *4LB. PHGb.I Wmte.
I who was celebrating his 73rd birthday. mounting.
: AMERICANCOLORED AMERICAN j: With Mr. White were included Mr. and Mrs. Gibson White Mr. $6950

SWISS GRURYEEE j: \ and Mrs. Thomas Berry Mr and Mrs. Leo C. McNamara Mr. and

HOME PACS ::: Mrs. J. J. Mclntire Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Dickerson Mr. and Mrs i

MIami Beach Fort Lau erda1. Coral Gables r OTHER VARIETIES bHOSILY.S .AVAILABLE :.: O. C. Belt W. H Strang. F. M. Burker, Irving Gleason. Mrs. Florence

,.. ... ..,.., Calumet and Mrs. White. I'
o r> 0ANNE .

ALLEN, a student at Florida State College for Women has i
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1t t Mrs.Maguire Heads; I Page 22 ,",..e .r:unbar ttutint1-t Orlando, Flor cia,.February 9, 1947 i ''Mark T wain' An.ithor Anxiouslyremiere Pentagon The U. Building S. War!In Department's Washington

Rosalind Committee cost little more than half as muchas

." luncheon The Rosalind will be held Club Thursday monthly J Bridge Tea, Tea Table. 'Awaits World PJ of Play a modern-battleship.- -- \

with Mrs. MeCullough Maguire; : !I' ABCDIAPER
hospitality committee chairman.: Fashion Shotv Harold M. Sherman author of I Bailey, director the theater, SERVICENew
;. Other committee member !;p- "Mark Twain." which Is baring its 1 back to the Annie Russell m the
elude the Mrs. J. Arthur Ford Chatter world premiere at the Annie Rus- part of Mrs.Twain.But the Rollins Accounts and Future
vice-chairman: Mrs. Frank Myers. At Altamonte' sell Theater Feb. 18. is a versatile ]Players have already set Sher- I Reservations Are Solicited.
Albert Carter Jr.. Wilber TUden. man. He is the author of some of )man's fears at rest and the playwright I Telephene1111
I CYNTHIAA the most popular and widely read 1 Is not dismayed at the pros-
Glen Spears. J. C. Lettlce. Walton I Outstanding among the events ,I ORLANDO WINTER PARK
Rex. Harry P. Leu and the Misses 'of the week will be the benefit few months ago the New books for boys two Broadway ]pect of the first night. I
Helen Way Agnes Miller and Rose bridge tea and fashion show Yorker magazine carried a two- "comedies' the script of the film.
!be of Mark
Adventures Twain.
Phelps. : Wednesday afternoon at the .Alta Installment. profile on MAURICEand .I CUSTOM
monte Springs HoteL CHARLES PRENDEOAST. which gave Fredric March hisbest BUILT VENETIAN BLINDS
since the Count of Monte
LEARN TO MAKE The affair' Is being arranged by. two brother artists whose work is part : ALVMINIM.! STEEL WOOD
'I Crtsto. and the much discussed I
the Altamonte Springs Civic Club a r highly esteemed not only by art I GUARANTEED TEN DAY DELIVERYRADBi'LL'
Thoughts Through/: Space.. This
TOUR/ OWN CLOTHES ; and writers but
and proceeds will go toward civic collectors, critics was written in collaboration with S.M per month
beautification. even more so by artists in general. V'ENwETI f1
Sir Hubert Wilkins and relates the
r Complete Course In Bridge begins at 2 p.m. and the If you read the articles you must remarkable experiments of the BLIND CO. .
f fashion have been intrigued with the description I II IN E. lUley Pheae J.cln
HOME SEWING show being staged by the
4. 'I authors In long distance telepathy.
"i Dickson &: Ives Co. Is at 4:15.: fol- of the incised gesso pan- The experiments scientifi-
New Classes Starting els by Charles Frendergast and of I
t lowed by tea. Modeling the arrayof cally conducted under the super-
.. Fck. 11- -I1:3t .&.M. beautiful Spring fashions for the painstaking technique required vision bf Dr. Gardner Murphy, at
As read about the two
daytime and evening wear will be
Feb. 17- :M-ll.M A !M. that time ,head of the ParaPsychology -
the Mmes. Eugene Phillips Ellen brothers and of the exhibit of their i iYo'orlt : Orlando SelfServiceLaundry
U.-iN-3w P.M. Department of Colum-
rear International House
; Whitton Don PUcher Rosemarie at we bia
Other Date Available got that old pro\1nc1alfeeling .
Barnett. E. W. Asher. P.W. Cope- .1|I Sherman has a distinct
All of which leads up to the fact
land and Miss Becky Thomas.
SINGER SEWING CENTER that in the mall yesterday came a rapport with Mark Twain. Per-
Co-chairmen for the benefit are
haps it Is due to his own experi-
I' most interesting brochure
IS W. Pine St. TeL 7334 the Mmes. Edward Currin. Edward ence In writing for boys since
ANDRE SMITH head of the Re-
Mitchell and J. E. Matthews.
search Studio Gallery in Maitland. Mark Twain created the "Uvesf ,
with the announcement ThePrendergasts of all literary boys. Perhaps too 924 N. MILLS
: are being exhibited j f I there may be something in telepa-
: thy and Sherman's experimentscould
there this month. The announce-

; u ww w'r ment analysis carried of their a penetrating work written keen by recepthe.have Whatever made him the particularly cause this We have all new General Electric

JBicycle Andre Smith. The collection on community of feeling between our
.. t .<< ,. display includes"water colors and author and our hero has made of
'. >i Washers Automatic
; """ Maurice Prender- Sherman's "Mark Twain" a most Dryers Plentyof
: monotypes by
-- ., .*" .. .t ,
.. .. '" east and the decorative panels by moving and completely human
: fB
,j ,7 l Charles Prendergast We feel dramatization of the last years ofa Hot Water

and Accessories .. r \ $ that Central Florida is being givena great man. Soap, Bleach and
"I am lucky all round. said ,
rare privilege In having accessto I.
Model Kits for the Model Builders
these works of art and we. per- Sherman. "Fred Stone Is just like
Toys and Games for all ages rt ;rJ t sonally are most grateful to Andre my idea of Mark Twain and If Blueing.
: Smith and this week the provincial you knew what it was like to live
.. J _
lady (with apologies to E.' M. with a ghost for years and then
I CLOSED DELAFIELD1 will pay a visit to have it come to life and talk to
Ma leys MISS IVAH LEE SMITH the Research Studio several hun- you. you would understand my ex- "Don't Let a Rainy Day Spoil

214 N. Orange ALL DAY plans June Wedding. dred miles closer than Inter- citement.

TeL 6668 WEDNESDAYINNERSPRING national House! He is tremendously Impressed
""il Your Washday-Use Our
: -J'la.ll t lrnf? S.L ore r> n oWeve too. with the versatility of the stu-
followed the career of dent cast.Any playwright would be
Miss\ Smith's Foster
Stephen WENDELL PHILLIPS with a great nervous at the idea of his play be- Automatic "
deal of interest for his assign- n ing tried out by a non-professional Dryers.
Memorial TeaWednesday ments in the diplomatic service company even with Fred Stone In
E11gagelnelltAl11101tl1Ced have carried him to many pointson the cast. "Mark Twain," will also
MATTRESSES the globe starting with\, a post bring Helen Bailey another professional -
\ In Central America five years ago. and the wife of Howard
later going to London. Pans

For Immediate Delivery Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Smith of St. The Stephen Foster Memorial I Frankfort. His last post was Ber-
> We Manufacture-Innerspring Mattresses. Cloud formerly of Orlando, are i line where he has been in the office Ann's' Style Shone? eOHfM
benefit tea the Wednes-
given by
of Military Government attached -
; Box Springs. Hollywood Beds. today announcing the engage- WOMEN'S .APPAREL
Music Club will be held on to the American Embassy.Just .
ment of their daughter. Ivah Lee. day
We Rebuild in OUM MOTTO
f -Everything Bedding. MAR ROUND PROTECTION
in Orlando
now he is here
to E. George White son of Mr. Wednesday at 3 pm. at Sorosis "Fair and FrieCldlJice"
: Florida and Mrs. Don W. Slauson of Orlo i visiting his mother MRS. PERSIA Adequate Parking Space
"Serving Central Since 1920" MAXIMUM BEAUTY
with Mrs. John C. Barber president ; PHILLIPS. His new assignment is UJ&
Vista and Washington. D. C. The C7C N. Orate Pk !-1533t ,
wedding will be an'event of early presiding.The proceeds from : Vienna. and he plans to sail from :

ECHOLS BEDDING & FURNITURE CO. June and plans will be.announcedat I this entertainment will aid in the j'J i,' New York in 000 a couple of weeks. :-- ffmfwf. rr
a later date. be'' J "
of the memorial to / "
1 I building We have missed seeing that genial .
Miss Smith
4 P. O. Box 1997 Phone 1232 School In Orlando attended and will Princeton grad-I i erected at White Springs. Fla. charming friend MRS. H.Y. 1' -lll/l/ / !!!'/{ f 1'! {.

Sanford Florida which is of the Florida VANCE these last few weeks, and '
uate in May from the St. Cloud i a project : '
inquiry revealed the fact that she ;
High School. Mr. White served i
out the blank below and mall Federation of Music Clubs. ) with and ssCw
Pin to vs. Our representative will with the Army Air Forces during is'laid up a leg injury ,
call to discus jour bedding :1eeds.l the Dr. Hamilton Holt. Rollins Col- her doctor has laid down some ? tr I ;
and spent time in
war. some
lege president and one of the directors I strict orders to take it easy. ,Taking -
India.[ He is now attending Or-
} Name lando Junior College. of the Memorial Fund Organization ; it easy is a difficult thing for l
i will tell of the life of I'i' some one as active as Mrs. Vance
I Foster which will be followed bya and she'd love to have her friends
Address PersonalsThe I tableaux of some of his best ,(I pop in and see her and relieve the
loved ,, tedium of Inactivity.
rendered by the club
Hon. David Walsh former songs o n n It
Items Needed Democratic Senator from Massachusetts ensemble under the direction of I I ANN CARTER thought she'di

., on a tour of Florida Mary Williams Cole with Bema-{i, surprise her parents. MR and .T x. Sbtd rail, Ttpel e
; spent Friday In Orlando with Miss I dine Williamson accompanist. MRS. GEORGE CARTER by slipping 1'RO1ECit011..
Helen Moore of Simpsons.LADIES. Mrs. B. Ripley is in charge of ar- ,,, Into town from Tally Thursday r I improrcd epptT eau
I tl
I II ranging. the tableaux. Mrs. Mar- night instead of Friday but ..... era r
I vin Powell will present the pro- J I I the tables were turned when she BEAO Sts required
came home only to find they had itplaCeme
gram and give a brief account of ao
OFSELFDELUSION the songs. i gone to a party! Quite a party it SPY A+W C I PERMANENT

CQWFORT After the program there will bea was too. with the most delectable tt v Smart and modestly priced, these
of food heard of.
array we ever
THE .. showing 'members of interesting antiques Hosts were RUTH and CHESLEYM gracefully curved ventilated awnings of finest durable wood
by and friendS'I'i A G R U D E R. who entertained
6' s w Mrs. C. F. Shirts and members of the Day Nursery blend perfectly with the style of your home Budget plan
Sharpe are chairmen of this committee board and their husbands with a .
,. IMN se with the Mmes. Jack Camp I supper party at their camp out at 1 available. For free estimate simply telephone: \
Nicholas Belitz. Robert Coffey. 'Avalon There was a table
Raymond Stevens.Catherine Cobb laden with such delicacies as turkey -
f i, A. L.' Taveau. Austin Wiggles- quail with potatoes and vegetables Ventilated of Orlando
worth. Paul F. Gutwald and W. two kinds of salad avoca TheMUSIC Awnings
D. Roberts assisting. Mrs. William dos. Temple oranges grapefruit
Weckerle and Mrs. S. Hopkins And for dessert homemade BOX 14 E. CHURCH _ROOM 115 "
pineapple sherbert and an enor-
Bradley are chairmen in Winter mous devil's food cake In the 315 Part Ave, a. 'WE SERVE CE TRAL FLORIDA"Fri

f *The best advice is often more than we can ,, Park.. W.The Griffin Mmes.and Thomas Kirby Parker.P. Smithare group 'were the GEORGE CARTERS Phone rsl
MR. and MRS. L. A. nes
bear. It takes courage to face the Impact of in charge of floral decora-
truth, and firm resolution to form new habits I tions. The Mmes. C. W. Davidson. LENE and HOWARD WHEELER, Sanford 901-J Ocila lk 4-Green Orlando 9694
1 to fit the facts dtttM4 ![I Walter Bass and Cecil Hook are the.CLAUDE WOLFES. DR. and Kissimmre 4761 L Orlando 2-2111
1t 'In charge of the social hour and MRS. BEN CASWELL and the Le- 1
1 Your doctor is sometimes confronted with (I Mrs. S. N. McKelvey and Mrs. RAY BREWTONS.

the stern of Harlow Fredrick will be door hostesses r> r> n ,. ... ,
.necessity advising restrictions in 7te tJ.d Voluntary contributions will NELLE CARTER got In town .',.:. -y.'N' N ,
usual routine. Your Friday night and BILLIE EVA
your favorite,dessert or 'be received at the door by Mrs.
SHELL and HELEN KING arrived
t that comforting cigar may be denied you. There is a because it shows G. A. Clapham and Mrs. John E. Thursday from Tally for the x

strong temptation to treat such advice lightly to feel'you Loucks. weekend COLLEEN KENNEYis
know needs better hundreds of easytousecolor also here Visiting at the W.
your than your doctor. S. SHELL home is Mr. Shell's
Such self-delusion may be comforting but it defeats, schemes and other WSCS Circle mother MRS. W. C. SHELL whoIs
here from Newton N. C. for the
the very ends you seek. Carefully follow your ,doctor's sparkling ideas for your season. n n n

advice.Your. home.Printed in full color, Meetings SetCircle MARIE HOWARD'S lovely tx>- =1
lonlal home on Palmer St. was
prescriptions have prompt, expert. attention at Its 48 pages will Inspire meetings of the WSCS. never prettier than it was yesterday -
oar store. First Methodist Church are sched- morning when she entertained
ycTu to try something uled as follows: Circle 1. Mrs. A. about 60 guests at a coffee in "

different. Get a copy free. D. Bentley leader. Feb. 10, 3 p.m.. ( honor of MRS. HARRY LONTZ.
Angebilt i Pharmacy I Iin Volunteer Classroom: 2, Mrs. MRS.DEBORAH KIMBALL,MRS. :
I Clyde Blomely leader. Feb. 10. 3 ;''B W. S R, and MRS.

27 N. Orange Are. Phone 9831 p-m.. Mrs. R. M. Stokes. 1242 EO GEMJl .t An exquisite I ,a
j,Golden Lane. arrangement of yellow jonquils I ?
Circle 3. Mrs. W. N. Garmany. I and acacia centered the din-
leader. Feb. 10. 3 p.m., with Mrs. ing table and beautiful red roses
Thomas Butt. Lake Jessamine: 4. were used in the living room .
San Juan Pharmacy 1a/Nr ssev/Cr CsMrff Mrs. C. L. Gisler. leader, Feb. 18. Assisting Mrs. Howard were her J t -
"l:30 p.m. Mrs. A. L. Baumwart daughter-in-law MRS. BURWELL ----1 1I
228 N. Orange Ave. 219 America St.: 5. Mrs. D. J. HOWARD and MRS. MERLE ,
2 N. Orange Ave. Phone 5169 Mason leader Feb. 10, 3 pjru. 'MTXROY MRS. LeROY GILES ;
Tel. 6001 chapel; 6. Mrs. George Persons (I MRS. DeWITT MILLER. MRS.

..t-:. :: :;- 1r T ;.. : \t> ,><,- t ;. tt leader. Feb. 10, 3 p.m., Mrs. E. L. COITE HILL. MRS. CLARENCE \\1.
?Reid. 205 N. Mills StCircle 'BROWN. :MRS. CHESTER FOS-
7. Mrs. C. S. Radebaugh. I, MRS. JERRY RUBLE.
1 leader. Feb. le. 10:30: am.. Mrs. W. MRS. J. C. OTEY. MRS. L. B. ?f' 7{
O. Daley. 723 Concord Ave.: 8. I FORT. MRS. WALTER ESSING- } # J 1
Mrs. C. W. Stowe. leader. Feb. 12. TON and MARY RANDOLPH
j 12:30: p,m.: Mrs. Buma Mason 122 ROBINSON.
S. Lawsona Dr.: 9. Mrs. H. B. Bennett I The EARL OLSENS of Des
leader.Feb. 10.3 pan, Mrs.J. Moines. Ia.. who have been visit-
H. Ciisco. 749 Floral Dr. ing Mrs. Olsen's brother-in law
Circle 10, Mrs. J. R. Wells leader. and sister. DR. and MRS. HAL
Feb. 10 11 a.m., Mrs. W. H. KNOWLES. left Frdiay to spend a
Ingram. 1505 Delaney St.: Circle few days in Miami and Ft Lauderdale The EFFICIENCY OF GAS makes
11. Mrs. C. A. West leader. Feb. I and plan to return Tuesday I
10. 10:30: ajn.; Mrs. A. M. Craig. They'll be here until next I -
1318 Spring Lake Dr. Friday, when they leave for home.

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RUSS mattresses. : Today, busy home "executiyes" are planning their kitchens {

4k 4 I i modern gas appliances-refrigerators, ranges and hot water heaters.

\ 2. Mattresses and box springs built to meet your individual know
II that simplify
They and of
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1 r. s 3. Materials that are both beautiful and dur f I i
able. With all the warm- weather we are having you surely needa .
Visit showrooms and let demonstrate the of modern
B our us advantages
new mberg or Chiffon dress: or tailored suit of light
4. Because of our actory-to-you method weight wool or" Crepe Romaine. Let us make it to measure 1 kitchen planning. See the new gas appliances with added service

of operation, our prices defy so that you will be sure of a perfect fit. There Is no needto features, such as automatic controls, added interior space accommodations -

N competition, when quality is worry about your size, you can be short or tall stout or I and streamline designing. Gas will simplify your: ask!
considered. thin or even a perfect figure. You can still have lovely'

clothes that are just for you. .

Among the new materials are. silk Jerseys and chambrayfor

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Orlando Florida, February 9, '1947 tTe!! &uuban! hutmtl-&tu' Page 231 Base will meet Thursday at 8 pjn.. RQlcrest PT.In a tour of the Community Club house Mrs.
U the Angebilt Hotel on the mezzanine ':various Community Chest agencies{!Helen Johnson's sixth grade won

h__. h. .... -- -7. floor. |taken Thursday for the regular'the room award for having the
Less than 100,000 miles of the r; .: f r> r> o I P-TA meeting Luncheon was largest number of parents attend-

three1:million miles of U. S. hIghways Jeanne : < ---f .: ; The Anna Curtis Progressive j served at the Young Women's ,ing.

are paved with concrete. ''f 5*:. ffinLli ...,. Sunday School Class of the First
is ;; '_ : { -. t I(Methodist Church will have its
'J class party Tuesday at 8 pjn. in I
'. Weal- t n Wesley Han. t
Morris o o r)
Here Feb L. 0. RAYl'IEDlC.L
of Mr. The Board of Managers of the

Come 1 in and 1 see the When Dorothy John WITH JEAN POTHERS Orange County Council of P-TA I
LOb Editor will
of meet at 10:30 a.m. Friday in t
sents Jeanne Welty. room 1106 of the Angebilt Hotel
act play"The Mystery i The Chi Omega Alumnae Club .The
SENSATIONALNEW I to Mr. continuing act to replace
will meet Wednesday at 8 at
Burr. on Feb. 17. Tenure Act will be
i as :
of Mr. '
: the home of Mrs.. Victor Hill at I presented.
i traction in the Arthur 1130 Bellair Cir. NEW LOCATION

ALLINONESONOTONE I II the audience will of Wav- o c0 O j j 000 .
:r i! Cherokee Council No. 12, De- I \' '
most unique was a Mrs. H. A. Ingley will entertain .Degree of
,the theater public at M: Chapter S of PEO -at 2:30 pjn. regular Pocahontas will meet In I ? ":- LABORATORYFORMERLY "
session Tuesday in the ,
Perhaps the m a Meth- Thursday at her home. 1815 Gerda I
I Jeanne Welty's Fraternal Bldg. at 8 pjn. Fallowing }
Ter. bus Orville E. Chees- S."
the meeting a Valentine AT 108
,1 dramatic dramatist Is that A man, president of the chapter, will 'party will be held and there will ,
conduct the business meeting E. CENTRAL NOW
be an exchange of gifts Drill
breathe life into the was .
A book
has chosen to the Rob- f ': review will follow with practice will also be held. Se LOCATED IN THE
with the Mrs. Ethel W. Parriott
I o o o
include two other Hotel In "The Best Years" by Walter Pitt- .
elements of the living The regular meeting of the I
1 and movement.In following r \ ., man. Conway Chamber of Commerce is '
. I woman plays. In /'" .q I'scheduled for Monday at 6:30: pm.. 8 \ 320
will s Officers of the St. Sineent'aGuild
once playwright, .... '.' ::. preceded by an old-time box social ; N. MAIN STREET.
of of
Acolytes the CathedralChurch
tume designer and at 442 6 I': r { : ,. A business meeting will be "
Welty creates the Win- < of St. Luke who were held, at which time a report from I
stage teeming with : '; elected this: week to serve for the the Fair committee will be given.
.. ensuing year are as follows: John 000
ters, of drama and .. ,
to DOUBLE most thrilling ;t.: ,t' Demopoulos.Holleman Jr.,warden assistant: Robert warden W. Mrs. W. A. Bishop, president of I r
; the Orlando '
.. .: ..! I... -. Kenneth Kiehl, secretary; and Deanery of the St.
a remarkably Augustine Council of the National
Hearing.Comfort gifted actress Gene CassidY treasurer. Council of Catholic Women, has
I 1 wanted to be when i'returned from Ocala where she
She studied with I and Drama Program Set The regular dinner and business :, was the guest of Mrs. L. W. Pon-

'Here'san-In-oneSoDOton. I[ teachers as meeting of the City Beautiful I der Preparations for the

with every great hearing advance J i[I Bellamy.Frances Sorosis Meeting Tuesday tional Chapter will of be Secretaries held Monday Interna-at 7 1 1'in Spring Sanford deanery meeting. to be held I

\ .
built-In-no sacrifice ,r p.m. in the private dining room made.C

to novel size! Includes the win bring a two-part gram, "The Screen" is a comedy of the YMCA Coffee Shop. The Poll Parrott Club, a !
I| Dr. Martin's I of entertainment to its o o o I i recently -
famous Bi-Focal noise with the following included in the organized club of Conway
suppressor for the Drama The I
Day pro- monthly board meeting of
and Scheduled cast: Mrs. R. L. Walker as Sylvia I young people, held its installationof
all the $ with the the Grand
many presenta- r Ave. P-TA will be held .
I Dr. John Martin, the well-known Dodge, Mrs. M. S. Tichenor officers Saturday night at the tKap ." C
personal adjustments of portrait' as i Thursday at 10:30: am. at the home of Miss Margie Bishop on P

former Sonotone, international Harry Worthman as Rita, her friend; Mrs. W. A. Pat- school with the president, Mrs. i Conway Rd. Those installed 1tm
College, will give the and also a one-act Dale Moore, presiding. I
i tishall Bill Dodge: Mrs. H. J. i were Elmer Willoughby, president;
of the John Martin The Screen" by Jerry 000
Wear It with batteries Insideno j' '
Raehn, James Gerald Dewey. 'Mary Frances Rouse vice president -
British with Sorosis members in
The Orlando Delta
I speak on Delta Delta
,- batter"t orda. And at 1 ; Margie Bishop, secretary:
Home and Abroad" The decorating committee will Alliance will meet Wednesday at

any time ADD LONG- I Park in addition to consist of the Mmes. H. C. Hue- : 8 p.m. at the "Delta Shelter" 512 Rouse Ray WillouKhby Jr.. historian; treasurer Emma; Leon Jean ,
LASTING EXTRA Thursday at 4 a number of his paint- S. Main ; II
POWER p.m. St.
gele. Giles Lewis and W. R. Boone. Rouse and Grover Willoughby, +
and tin Series of 10 l display a portrait of 000The i 1 cHERE'S
SAVE UP TO % IN Guest tickets will be in charge of members-at-large.
sored by Rollins Rockwell, famous cover regular business meetingOf C '
,BATTER COSTS! adult education "The Saturday Evening Mrs. Ida F. Waller and Mrs. H. C. the Orlando Pilot Club will be '

Others who will he painted this past Huegele. Door hostesses will be held Monday at 6:15: p.m. at the |;. Antiquarian Society will meet
Now tlSOl01018 the Winter are Dr. in Mr. Rockwell's Arling Mrs. R. D. Keene and Mrs. C. E. Chamber of Commerce Bldg. I Wednesday Louis 2 pm.. with Mrs.

Dr. James Fleming home. The portrait is one Bradshaw. Mrs. James G. Kor- 000 Dolive.O
of Orlando Goddard Leach and $'of "Great Americans in rell is drama chairman and Mrs.I' The executive board of the Or- I The Colonialtown Women's Club
Kean. upon which Mr. Worth-'; M. C. Van Trump chairman of lando Day Nursery Assn. will meet
will hold
a special meeting Thursday -
.11 Metcalf Bldg. working. "Meeting Mr. } the day. Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at the I at 2:30 p.m. at the clubhouse
The ,United and the painting of his I' 'Nursery Home The regular I i with Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey president -

Phone 421.000 oil wells 31061'I will be the subject of his Grand Ave. meeting will be held Wednesday I of the Florida State Federation I II
2-2101 "
proximately ., !at 10 ajn. at the home. I of Women's Clubs as honor
oil a day. r> r> r>
who came from '
'guest and speaker After a
G. F. COOPER N. Y. where he won the Club/ Plans The Needlecraft Club meetine brief business meeting., :Miss Mar-
Art Medal, went to New j will be held Friday at 3 p.m. with
,tit I garet Piper tell about the workof
Consultant Mgr. finished' Mrs. S. G. 512 S. Main St. I
Open Monday, as soon.as he Walker. the Humane Society All'
to study at the Art'' i 000 I
Meeting past presidents of the club are
W League under some of1 I I Orlando Rehtkah Lodge No. 12 urged to attend this meeting .

Phone fot( xppuiiitment/: most famous teachers. j< ,The next meeting of the Grand I will meet in regular session Thurs- Tea will be served by the officers
P. R. Nelson the late day at 8 p.m. A class of candidates ,of the club. rflU/&Zlt"t'1:
Ave. Women's Club will be held 1
wnte .
rur u Winter Park Bridgman. Frank Vin- i i will be initiated. I 000 IN A
at the clubhouse Wednesday at 000
and Dean Cornwell. on .
I' The Monday evening meeting of
studied sculpture with I,2:30: pjn.. instead of 2 pjn. as Chapter AC of PEO will meetat ':the Orlando Business and Profes-I

at Cooper Union I scheduled with Miss Margaret the home of Mrs. N. L. Bryan, sional Women's Club will be followed DELIGHTFULLY PLAYABLE NEW PIANO
York. For a time he'' 901 E. Washington St., at 8 p.m. by round table discussionIon
Piper, a member of the Board of a
Monday The business
r the staff of an Albany session "Legislation and Taxation" I
Are You Potential ChronicALCOHOLIC as cartoonist, later Governors of the Orange Memo- will be in charge of Mrs. Annie 'with the legislative committee in Stop in and see the beauty of these original designs

a or art at the New York rial Hospital as guest speaker.Mrs. Realm The program will be charge of the program Sen.
for Teachers. For given by Mrs. Beulah Drake. by Alfons Bach famed creator of contemporary
S. R. Beem and Mrs. T. H. | Walter Rose will give a summary
his career as a portrait will 000 of the situation and also Hear tonal
Brooks be hostesses.Mrs. I present furniture. the improvements developed
was interrupted when he Orlando Chapter 131 OES, will conduct and
a question answer
the Army, and after C. T. Walker, president meet Monday at 8 p.m. in the Dr. William Braid White America's
Mrs. Edna Giles Fuller by great piano
If ao* tfco ....... .i*. .. .... matt wbr you I... his discharge in Florida, has announced the 1947 standing I Masonic Temple This will :'period

..... fat ......... wt tile WHITE CROSS the country and the peo committee as follows: Mrs. W. W. i S be past matrons and past patrons :Mem-bers authority. See the new Jesse French Piano now on display

and decided to stay. At Wyckoff, courtesy and Girl Scout; night Visiting stars are wel- 1 I
Lit.. tk. ..., lraa .lr.l In this. ..... rht Is wovotoo _... he has his studio in the Mrs. Dale Moore,decorations; Mrs.J. come. ,
tiwr.Mt,.f'your.atdittoa. -- I 0 o 0 man: the Mmes. Edna Giles Palter
: In Eustis here H. Healy, devotional; Mrs. W. J. I'
Ii I E. Your eono'ltioB. b tedsyn6.reed .. .wefinlto. ...... thot he is engaged in Cahill finance; Mrs. G. J. Proctor, The Unitarian Women's Alliance Georgia von Schiller-Schwartz.
...... luB fcf ...... who k... .*terM k. ttto study et the a portrait of the famous hospitality: Mrs. A. C. Shiver and I is sponsoring a dessert game party | Cathryne Roulstone, and the
'on Monday Feb. 17, at 2 pm. in ,Misses Florence Conners and Edna
S. ....._ dancer, Ted Shawn. Mrs. Cahill, membership; Mrs.
Tto WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL with scientific : . .
the house Reservations O'Harra Reservations shouldbe
... parish I
MintoMno; the -* tactfitiM that McMMry In d the people of Central Ed Flick, music; Mrs. Shiver, '
... y- .*oct .... .... whom he has painted is Needlework Guild; Mrs..?. F. Wilson : should be made promptly to either made with Mrs. Hedelia Bur- fAat/A 4aIWSDoautroo
Mrs. H. V. Brown :Mrs. H. L. ton, Chamber of Commerce, before st PfttSAIUSOU
C It .b a hospital feet ta a cwnpM. 4*'.rtw' .... eQ of Orlandoans. He has I I and Mrs. D. R. Kemper, program I or UTAMI
Maerdw d..t ut.durtoi ymv ncmwy.i. portraits of Nancy and I ; and Mrs. H. I* Ricker, pub- Ricker. o o r> I Monday noon.o o o

Y.. "..& yowwH !.*. ... WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL to Gray, daughters of.|licity. I I The Federation of Federal Em- A great deal of interest was
*chart.apse ymu .w. ...unt .( a1 ,.... : Mrs. Frank Gray; Jeanne|I[ Others serving with Mrs. Wal-
Air shown the members of the
ployes of the Orlando Army by
ker Mrs. Wilson
of Mr. and Mrs. are vice president -
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FfM the MM -- -- -
yew cat b ( < Mtl VM arc tfy -
yea Mvs MM. '_tent c.f. *f .T.....< _. Davis; Patricia Jones, : Mrs. C. S. Vanderpool.
of Dr. and Mrs. Allan cording secretary; Mrs. G. r--
1: htMllfttnt. ....... with. year a.aditk..s Mkl.... b.*. ; and Johnny Bennett ScOtt, corresponding re.1;
Mtfctr ..... .*t.rr etkm witfc rMfe i klle._. II
Mr. and Mrs. John Ben- Mrs. T. V. Alderman,

S. If ywt .r. ......tIe. .U"k' t* .vM M... ..........t .tt. ,cII..1c dr/nklap/ of Mr. and Mrs. H. tema, delegates-at-large.
:=. .. ; Peggy Gatewood, I Styled for Beauty! Designed for Tone!

T. CMtimM rfrink.! win fwtfc tkprlv yet .f vital. iwr. of Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
that ymi UMMt ette!*.Hcrihce.. ; Richard and Mac Mc- St. Lttke'sI III

, 10. O.y..k.s" ....ac. fnm .... ... hvsliMM b r" sons of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- I

yr'ycvo7... : Jan Hall daughter I CalendarAnnounced
+ Mrs. J. Walter Hall:
Th. WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL b yow hospital .&..telM4 Newald I \
tbo. trtotaMHt of your conditM .attn. D* set lie .. .. her mother i
ft Cftwwg IWM or ...IM..... of .... iMlHo O....I.. that M. Newald; Peggy Jo I \ .
hissi. l COM .nro yoo. I. .... m.Jwity.5 initanc sock and mother. Mrs. Roger 1t
ddt..s 01 par con ko corroctao1 vim only OM wook of o'Jo .
plt.h..tiII. Write or PMM. tar In......* or .......1 Mrs. Thomas Gurney, The calendar of the Cathedral 4i :
visa. Mt of okokoli .... Lester White. He has
mdroHM yo Moon ... :<;
, Church of St. Luke has been an-
Mahsk." by oooointiMut ooly.f two oil portraits In I I :. S A I".0 ::;,
\ those of Buddy Bargeon. nounced as follows. for the week: :> \ An Outstanding Radio Value!
Mondmj-3 p.m. various Guild mtttlnif. \
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bar- of the Woman's Auxiliary..Tuesday '
Mary Dale Vick. -3 p m, Junior Choir reheirtal (I UJ Ell.\ .,

limiTE H r T { ACROSS; 0 S S SI flth Wednesday and R. B.p.m.Purres. Choir at Pariah bon rehearsal House.; 't 3 .,:. 'i"

I Undercoating ; Thursday- :40 a m.. Intercessions; \
10 ash,.. th* HolT Communion; 7 p m..
i Rattles Road Noises. Key Club at Chapter House; 8 pm. \ .
Little Theater players In the Pariah Ii 5'tO011015tOlUDE\ \
6110 and Corrosion
Castro! AV..IM, St. Potnb.rg PlMae House*
I I'rldu-3:30 p.m.. Cub>> Scouts; 7.30 p.m.. \
ED MAYO lull Cathedral Choir rehearsaL ,\ \\

i Tel The various guilds of the Wom- 'Tube I r
i 111 N. Main> 97S2 >> slS ,
.. an's Auxiliary of the cathedralwill \ fl"4e'fu\\-Sise '
meet on Monday afternoon as 1 \0\tOtODYI.out -
I 3 follows p m. St.: Cecelia's Guild with Mrs. I. W. % p1atK Cas. t -N _
Heaton at' Lake Barton. Orlando. The
co-hostess with Mrs. Heaton will be Mrs. '" ;
I Francis J. Icon. i\ N Br kip
ATTENTION 3 pm., Eola OnU with Mrs. Elsie: Hatfteld. ;:'ke'
'H 315 E. Pine St. The co-hostesses i
with Mrs. Hatritld will be Mr*. Mark L. .
Fleming and Mrs. Frank Williams fu\\.1'O"
3 p m. Lucerne, Guild with Mrs. Gaston .
R. Edw.rd30IJ 8. Cherokee Dr. The co- Speo
S'S hostesses with Mrs. Edwards win be Mrs, .dh..OtoSettO \
RADIOS. John Adalr Jr. McSvaa and Mrs. BTTOO H.Klni It .." .: r

3pm., Cathedral Guild at the chapter StoSeaisted
G. E. EMERSON WESTINGHOUSE BENDIX house with Mrs. Melville E. .Johni.... h: N.w
chairman. presidinc
.. y
EXCELLENT SELECTION 3 P m. Park Lake Guild with Mrs. G.o... s Destga rl.
E. MeCullocri 128 Woodward Are. St. 1
Elizabeth's Guild will meet' with Mrs. 1D'S
CONSOLE RADIO COMBINATIONS Hollls C. Insrsm 842 Laurel St. on % SO" $ J
Wednesday at 10 a m. the co-hostess .
with Mrs. Ingram will be Mrs. J. Borsch i I.IlIIrI : 2
169.95 TO 389.50 Howard. WIP-I
St. Mac ha'i Guild does not meet this pRicE\ \ a s a ,.

l week.Miss : !
119.95 Weaver'In -

1 e CITY GAS FLOOR FURNACES RecitalMiss 7 i\$39\ ;


a 20 & 30GAL., CITY GAS WATER HEATERS pupil of Mme. Louise Homer, will BIG \ .
\\I{ be presented by the Rollins Col- :
I HEAVY DUTY G. E.. COMMERCIAL RANGES lege Conservatory of Music in a

o HEAVY DUTY DEEPFREEZERS recital today at 8:15 pjn. at theWoman's STORES Iii. MODEL RADIOS ;

: Club of Winter Park. 1 ., : '
HEAVY DUTY HOT PLATES The programI V: For Immediate Delivery/

1. .,.:,'.-
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Bed Lamps 20% Discount I Clair Do Lute .--_..---_-__________.Stale
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ORLANDO APPLIANCE CO. INC. Duettuno wetgenuedBumperotack(from Lamp "n DelibesAssutrel
by Ann Edwards soprano TAMPA LAKELAND

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Parts Angelicas Franck' SARASOTA MIAMI"IJl
k L'Amero San Cost ante Mozart
\ MURRAY McLEISH. Manager violin oblicaU by AIpboCnle

; 210 N. Orange Are. Orlando Flo. Phone 4537 Iii; Sheep and Lambs V.._____..__._ Homer I
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Boqae-In the club tournament

played Friday Robert Isaacs defeated .
Gene Pratt. 32 to 25; Louis _:, '

Hodoval defeated C. I.. Ebsen. S --, "- -: ,'
\ / S
32-15. and J. J. McGee won from S
W. Mathews. 32 to 8. Mathewsalso \ :
dropped contests by scores of 4
, 32-9 and 32-22 to Isaacs and Joe :.::ii'! ; ,
Klunk. respectively.] Mrs. A. / :- '
defeated McGee. 32 to 27. .
Isaacs has a four won-no loss
record while McGee has won five .:
and lost one and Charles Layng INNERSPRING MATTRESS
has won three and dropped one. >i '
All together 19 players have participated r' : ,
In the tournament.Lawn i
Bo..IInon Friday the ,..
ladies of the club played their : : i.: /' ;.-:".'<:

sixth game of the Winter season : ." "I"
despite cold winds and forced playon i -:
the-west court. This court Incidentally It .
is rapidly rounding into
shape and by March 1 the members /:: :

will find little difference" in "/':...:".:'::..', OR BOX SPRING
the playing surface "between Jthe'- .
two now in use. :
The seven ladies figured in the :.,..;. .
follows: Mrs. John ..:; .:.,i .. .. .
contest as ,. ; .....: ,:.;...:>.:.: :::
Stevens skip: Mrs. Robert Russell. MARTHA SMITH AND HER NINA .- .. ,
Mrs. Herb Tilley and Mrs. James blind teacher and Seeing Eye DotClasses
Muldoon were on the winning side .
with a 19 to 10 verdict over Mrs. A *
Stewart Rice skip: Mrs. F. P.
Slingo and Mrs. J. A. Parks. Mrs. for Blind
Muldoon rolled for both sides and I
was awarded the winning points
and score for her effort.
Mrs.Stevens leads the women
% in number of games.four victories To Start TomorrowWINTER
and one loss. Mrs Russell and .
Mrs. Muldoon also are credited
with four wins but each has PARK-Classes for the blind in Braille, typ- pEACH

dropped two games. Mrs. Slingo ing, handicrafts and other subjects will be taught, begin-
has a 3-2 record .as does has Mrs.Smedley ning tomorrow, at the Winter Park Health and Welfare 4450
while Mrs. Rice won t
three and lost three. Bldg. Miss Martha Smith, who is also blind, and serves as r

Yesterday's draw tournament I field representative in this: area for the Florida Council for
which. has been hindered somewhat roe Blind, will oe me instructor. "0' .
by rain and cold weather In I The courses are offered free of I "
recent weeks was played with 48 I I charge. There will be classes;; for i Publicity CommitteeWill
participants braving the strong white persons from 1 until 3 pjn.: I
winds that whipped across the I I for colored persons from 3:15: untili Meet TomorrowA C.
courts and all but swept the sand 5:15: p.m.Miss -
i local arrangements committee -
from the surface. Unofficial tabulation Smith whose blindness
gives Dr. J. K. Miller top I dates from an attack of measles of the Florida Publicity and
honors with 34 points.. Two of his ', when she was five years old. is a Public Relations Assn. will meet gyp, b ?
three games were rather unusual graduate of the University of Ar- forth
tomorrow to complete plans
14-0 and 12-0 shutouts.
kansas with a BSE degree and
Other top scores: H. Esch. 31; has taken special courses in edu- group's convention here Feb. .
J. Muldoon. 28; Mrs. S i 29; cation of the blind at Harvard 22-23 it was announced yesterday. //i(4 ;
John Stevens. 23; L H. Meredith. University and in social work and Donald Cheney is chairman of
26: John Skeans. 24: George Dox- adjustment problems at the Uni- I the local committee which Includes ,
see. 24: and Lloyd Murray. 22. A versity of Michigan.The Robert Bishop, Bert Burris.;
complete list of scores win be
posted on the bulletin board tomorrow classes are designed to Tim Hatton. Buell Duncan. George ,
with prizes distributed at give blind persons an opportun- NeVi hart. C. B. Treadway William
that time. I ity to meet others with a similar i Train Rex Saffer A. C.
Tomorrow's schedule calls for as problem and to.work together j Slaughter. Jim Forsyth G. G.
singles games as courts are Heunisch and Robert Hammond.The .
many Miss Smith and her Seeing Eye
available There is a possibilitythat Dog. Nina.. have been visiting two-day meeting will be
the semi-final match in the homes in Orlando. Winter Park. highlighted by a Washington's I "mow iy, I II
Club Trebles tourney also will be Sanford, Oviedo and Apopka. and Birthday dinner at the Orange
played. she expects many of these pupilsto Court Hotel and an outing at
attend the Winter Park classes; Sanlando Springs.PAMPHLETS .
Eola Park Forum which begin tomorrow.So I
calmly assured and so dis- I AVAILABLE
To Feature Debate armingly capable is Miss; Smith Department of Agriculture Extension {

Highlight of the Eola Park that recently in cashing; a check. Service pamphlets on pro- I
Forum for this week will be.a debate she was asked to show her driver's tection of plants from cold and I
license. treatment of shrubs and trees injured I
Saturday on the question.
All blind'persons are invited to by cold are available at the
"Should the Two Term Amend-
be on hand for the organization of office of County Agent F. E.
ment to the Constitution be classes; tomorrow. I)i BaetzmaruGive GUARANTEED
Passed Dr. D. E. Burtner will
argue the affirmative and G. V.
Miller the negative. .
Remainder of the program far FOR 10 YEARS

the week is as follows:
Monday: "Textiles Nature'
and Industry's Contribution to
Man's Needs. J. A. Hassler Tues
"Atomic Power, Ches-
day: Capt. .. ............. .
Think d Ni v. get If "Role; SIvShocIe" Trier-oq rwu PIontt.NO -
ter Kennison: Wednesday: "Juve- r M .b..5 k.yonc. aid bea.ry I. e..wr ,.-11 ot the bw coot of U.95.pIoMa ci i ( ,
nile Delinquency." Dr. Paul C. Then p.dim.d.............,-.Ad cost sae Nan$11.95. The A.lebieha.Iaa I -'-- :._-: : S. S
.. ...
ss cfh Nan cost of D's entas off"!
Carpenter: Thursday: Mrs. Edna 19 PLANTS IN AU Structural Defects
Giles Fuller subject to be announced .
and Friday: "The Placeof i =. ..a..e i n=:=--,., IfGUlAI$11.95 VALUE i ivS

the Old Testament in the 'c.w-Ioo'T_ Iwl.n- _-a 2"--1--c.....0..f.Si....) ) TWIN OR
Christian Church" the Rev..Herbert ,-..- 0.- er- ,- ...... ....>>
L. Kelton. ,. =.: n'e'er'S R-w'
We..iy w-.II M)1
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WIlL SHIP c.o D.adw .__ YOUR ORDER-&I ray tl.d i era.
The term "ash" in a chemical] r.r oaro.d elM $1.9S _.....I. pMS +r ,k.a .Ni. rw.A
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/ Tha. .h FULL SIZESeay
refers mineral
analysis to content,, f..r..di.es
EEa7Oa pooh Santee Ch. of ItMebuth.g b praar
usually the salts of such ] ...-.., MAKE YOUR YARD A THING Of LIVING Ta" ..d. '
as calcium magnesium, phosphorous Wh oa Measal ..... L wi..s. ,.Ya.A .
aluminum iron sodium potassium
and chlorine. -

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; RoIIinsCoIIege [Orlando, Florida, February 9 \\Mf (ffhf dunfctg &rnttnl-&tar Page 25 the department pension fund for The United States flag Is older
Sales l retired officers.
Lagging 'I than the Union Jack the flag of

i I Peace Groups were: Mrs. Muriel Williams and 9r Every State m the United States England or the Tricolor the flag
Jackie Price Jacksonville; Prof.
George Saute and Mary Upthe- I grows corn. I i of France.AIRCONDITIONING.

I Name Leaders V.grove Keen both and of Patricia Rollins Carey.College both; J. For Police BallTicket I II I

of Tallahassee; Mrs. Earl Covey I
Representatives of Florida
societies and peace Clearwater and Leone Jones. sales are lagging behind
others interested in
t world government meeting at Rol I I Tampa. Ka anticipations but table reservations -
:; ins College yesterday elected A' resolution approved stated<< have been in big demand for
anI I that the 'intention of this organization the 16th annual Policemen's Bene-
aid in forming steering committee to Is to unite with any fit Ball to be held at the Coliseumon BYCHRYSLER
a permanent organization -
for merged world government movement Feb. 19 under the auspices of
Elected to the committee federation., which arising out of the Asheville the Police Club of the Orlando AIRTEMPYEARAROUND
Included convention; and In case no Police Deptit was reported yes
an adult and a student
from each of four merger occurs: to unite with the WRZ. : A.v terday.
Florida districts qc
established national organization Tickets for the dance may be'
which mostly. conforms to obtained from any member of the
SEPTIC TANKS its ideals." police department' while reserva- AIR CONDITIONING
tions may be made with Lt. Frank
Speakers at the meeting were
BUILT-INSTALLED- Dr. Hamilton Holt. Rollins presi- Dance chairman is Lt. Carl WARM WINTERS-COOL SUMMERS
dent and Dr. Rudolph von Abele
Rodenbaugh Welch is handling
1\EP AIRED'f director of the Rollins Institute of

I 560 GAL CAPACITY World Government. \V reservations in A charge Patrick of Det.Is entertainment in Sgt.charge H. L of Bakeris and re- H. A. Daugherty & Co.Robinson

Approved by the Prisoner Dies in Fall freshments. .
PORT LAUDERDALE API Persons desiring reservations
State Board of Health Sheriff Walter Clark said L. W. !f should contact Welch at phone at, Bumby Phone 2-2456
INSTALLED BT LICENSED Orndorff 41. died yesterday in 5121 between 8 am. and 4 pm., ORLANDO. FLORIDA
PLUMBER. Broward General Hospital from after which call 8527.
injuries he received from a five- "Reservations have been going
Glenn !1. \\
Holiday foot fall from his secondstorybunk
rapidly and we don't have many ; 1
...... to the concrete floor in the '
tit W. CMCOTd lilt It'etVeleh said "I would advise -
Broward I when You Want m!!
County jail. those who want them to GLASS !
a' .us.t r "
x.e. make them as soon as possible. I

I : WINDOWSQUALITY Music for the occasion will be Complete Store-Front Service !
furnished by Billy Arnold and his I
12-piece orchestra. PLATE GLASS and STRUCTURAL GLASS :
BUILDING SUPPLIES OF METALS Proceeds from the dance will go
to the Police Relief Fund which I ALUMINUM MOLDINGS
Aluminum Casement Aluminum Sink Rims was established by members of the
department for the purpose of I j I STEEL and ALUMINUM SASH GLAZING .
Windows Stainless Steel Mouldings PICTURED ABOVE IS BILLY ARNOLD standing for the Policemen's Ball at the Coliseum on Feb. 19. rendering financial assistance to'' !,
Aluminum ] and his
Awning Windows right orchestra which will furnish music police officers requiring medical :
Metal Lath ....attention and i'
Aluminum 4 u y hospitalization. I Prompt Installation Service
Double-Hung .' All 'monies left in the fund at
,; Windows Aluminum! Roofing I and Church Forum To Hear Justice To end of the year are turned over to :, Anywhere in Florida I.
[ Douglas AppearIn
Screen with Alum! Siding Rabbi I
.' Skop TonightRabbi Phone or Wire for Free Estimates '
Aluminum Doors A. B. C '
num Wire Garage Morris A. Skop of the
Congregation Ohev Shalom will Rollins' Animated MagazineA ALUMINUM CASEMENTSASH !
: Steel Lintels Aluminum Screen Wire
be the speaker at 8 o'clock tonight ACME GLASS CO.
Steel Sash No. 16 Mesh at the final lecture of a partial list of contributors, headed by Supreme Court IN STOCK: ,
Screens for Steel Casement Windows forum series: at the First Unitarian ,! Justice William O. Dauglas, was announced by Dr. Hamil- HOME INSULATION CO. I I
Church. ton Holt, editor, for the 20th annual edition of the Rollins Phone. 708 II I 625 W. Robinson. Orlando Phone 2.1500 ::

SOUTHEAST STEEL SALES CO. ular Rabbi as a Skop speaker who at has the been forum pop- College Animated Magazine on Sunday, Feb. 23. 153 Orange AT* Winter Park I l ------- ,-

100 W. AMELIADOWNSTAIBS PIIOVE' 2-1442 will talk on "The Implications of( The Animated Magazine will be published as a feature
r Brotherhood." A discussion period of the Rollins l"ounders'Vet! $'
a will follow. program premiere which of "Mark includes Twain the,"world with Committee and Sen. Holland the I !
Fred Stone Feb. 18-24, Alumni Small Business Committee.
NO PRIORITY Day on Saturday. Feb. 22, and
I the mid-Winter convocation Monday -
WEEKLY TIPS NEEDED Feb. 24. Want a clean waterfront?

Other contributors, accordingto Aquatic growth removed from
4 Price Reduced the incomplete list released yesterday any body of water. OUTSIDE WHITE HOUSE PAINT
$8.50 oath Bath Tubs W Trevor Holliday. president of BRUCE THOMPSONPhone
while stock lasts
pr..nt Standard Oil Co. of Ohio; Fred Z-44W 423 S. Oraif An. INSIDE WHITE FLAT PAINT
MEDICINE CABINETS; IRONING BOARDS; Bare Stone Mexander W, Weddell, Orlando

'r. TELEPHONE CABINETS; Rural & City Mall 79.50

Boxes. w. r. J.4f' irareeLit.

t' INSULATION "BALSAM WOOL" Try It for 12 LavatoriesComplete $350 to $52
t month. money refunded If not entirely satisfac [ Trim

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[Our Own Br Staff AL CODY Corre<;pendent] New BulletinOn Plans First
Caution in UrgedColdInjury
OCALA-The 45 registered Hereford cattle which will Pruning Annual MeetFirst

show and sell here Feb..20-21 are definitely a picked group, Camellias

according to L. H. Lewis and W. B. McSpadden, who elim- 6 annual meeting of the;

4.. .inated lower quality cattle in their capacity as members Br FRANCIS COOPER 1 Florida Rabbit Producers' Co-

L- of the "sifting": committee. [Special to The Sunday' Sentinel-Star Vegetable Prices Lake Growers operative win be held Tuesday at
r Approximately 70 animals GAINESVILLE-A new bulle- '
were, 7:30 pm. in the County Comn), t-
tin on camellia growing. published 1
offered by Hereford
t originally Inc, at Ocala.Planned recently by the State Agricul- loners room of the Orange Cc &-
r breeders to sell in the first sale
ever sponsored by the Florida on Feb. 20 are Junior tural Extension Service. Is attract- Soar Frost ty Court House.
, Hereford Assn.It Is the better cat- Judging contests, for which $90 in ing widespread attention throughout Showing Slow as Replanting Election of a new board of directors -
tIe from that group which were premium is being offered 4-H and Florida. will be held at TuecJay
PTA members competing judgingof Written by R. J. Wilmot. assist- night's meeting. Co-Op Mgr V
selected the two "siftersafter
t' a tour by which took them to the cattle consigned In ten different ant horticulturist at the Univer- By ORMUND POWERS Markets [Sec;d 1 to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Gardner said yesterday.
Hits killed by the
s Blountstown In West Florida and classes and a Hereford sity of Florida Agricultural Ex- lOur Own Staff Correspondent] News TAVARES-CroPS of 7he meeting is open to an
u far south as Webster. banquet beginning at 7 pjn. in periment Station and secretary of ARES-Citrus growers and 1 frost and low temperatures interested in rabbit producing, but
the Marion HoteLPaul the American Camellia Society Wednesday and Thursday are already to be qualified to vote or to be a
Officials of the associaton are B. Swatter general man- the bulletin discusses the history. home owners were urged yesterdayby [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]. I being replanted by Lake member of the board of directors
confident that there will be a ager of the Atlantic Rural Expo classification: propagation planting Lake County Agricultural AgentR. NEW YORK-Weather conditions late this past week County farmers. I a breeder must have purchasedat

rood demand for the animals. sition in Richmond will judge the fertilization culture and pest E. Norris not "to be in too big a exerted a strong influence on vegetable prices as news of :Many watermelon growers least one share of common
f Thomas D. Matthews of Ala- show while on Feb. 21 the sale control of this increasingly popu- to back cold- and advanced stock In the co-operative," Gardner
hurry prune your the Florida cold spell quickly prices I had planted two to three times
s chua. president of the group lar ornamental shrub. spread
will be conducted by CoL Tom Mc- ornamental added.
t" points out that many of the 18 Cord of Montgomery one of the injured" trees or r on a number of items. I previous to the freeze and they
bulls offered of The flowers are classified as plants. the first cold of the lost only the first plantings in
: being are & "- South's leading auctioneers.The While Florida was getting spell
; simple including single and Norris warned that the extent the cold. INGRAM & INGRAM
commercial following is the list of en- semi-double; incomplete double of injury cannot be determined season California was getting the<

f breeders. Not only the bulls but tries A. E. Cayson & Sons Blounts- with large, small and intermixed immediately after a cold:: spell, weather first warm in California wave. The win warmer stimulate 'vegetable Generally plantings speaking were commercial wiped' OPTOMETRISTS II8Bccc..or IINIhU
petals; complete double regular and that often when an attemptAGENT Boost : ,. MEAD'S
r the 27 females consigned represent town. four females; Circle LP Imbricated, Incomplete im- growth of a number of com-: Buyers out by the cold wave. Growers: \B 111M
some of the finest Hereford blood- Ranch High Springs six females:: bricated tiered and irregular. modities that have been retarded i who sad protected seed beds are Sundays, Holidaji. 1331
N. Oruf .Ye. Pboa. II
lines available. Council Stock Farm. Inverness by cold and this will to some extent transplanting into the fields. U4
Largest Individual consignment has hundreds of camellia losses of Florida ton- I
t, two bulls three females; Council Wilmot offset the
is that of the Midyette Hereford Stock Farm. Inverness two bulls plants growing in a variety Citrus OffersSpecial
; Farm In Tallahassee which will three females; Paul B. Emery. Jr.. planting on the Experiment Sta- nage.The crops are not identical I Service Shoe Shop
i horned Alachua. one bull R. B. Harkness. tion grounds and is endeavoringto however and there is likely to I l
and two polled bulls. Anotherof standardize variety names. He SHOE DYING ELECTRIC LIGHT
Lake City one bull: Hipskind t be a shortage of beans peppers [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
the 13 consigners is Paul B !Knope. Ocala two bulls three females says it is not unusual for the same tr --' E.astir and other crops that are originating NEW YORK-News of the frost Guaranteed Work
Emery Jr. Alachua 4-H boy. who I ; A. L. Jackson. Gainesville, variety to have three or four dif- largely in Florida at this in Florida brought a quick changein 50 COLORS PLANTS
will sell a young bull. one female; Melton Hereford ferent names largely because the season of the year. sentiment late this past week i i
4 Although Hertford hare been Ranch. Gainesville three bulls; Oriental name has been retainedin I Both snap and lima beans and buyers began to bid for citrus 1206 E. Colonial Drive ''I 5.000 and 10.000 Watts
sold before at public auction Midyette Hereford Farm Tallahassee some places. English names Jumped on news that the freeze more actively, strengtheningprices. i Ht/Z T.
this Is the first time that a pick- two bulls six females; P. given the same variety in one or .
to these was severe.
ed group of highly fitted animals D. Sandlin Jasper four bulls; I more other places. r Florida damage is the only crops place that can Low prices previously broughtsome I Start Tour OwnHYDROPONICGARDEN 'I $375 and $475
has ever been offered. Both Santa Fe River Ranch. Alachua Florida residents can obtain supply beans at this season of the I good effects however. Re- I AC M Cyd.Wallace .
show and sale will be held in the two bulls two females; A. L. Wilson -single copie of the bulletin free and the market will be determined tailers have at last got their
new pavilion of the Southeastern Quincy. one female F. F.I from their county or home demonstration year For All InformationBow i Miller
I I largely by the extent of prices down and at the lower I to-do it, what materials to we.
Fat Stock Show and Sale Hooten Webster one bull; W. J. I' agents or by writing the the Florida frost damage. prices people began to buy oranges where to get them-write to

\Hooten. Center Hill one female. Extension Service in Gainesville. i Limas were up to $6.50-7 per in larger quantities. I SOILLESS GROWING y Davenport Service Station

hamper at the close with snap California orange shipments will BO 5017 MIAMI. FLA. Davenport. Florida
AETNASTEEL beans selling mostly $1.50-5. probably be speeded up by the
Mexican Cuban Truck which is quite an improvement warmer weather that has hit that -II

DOOR ., over prices earlier in the week. State but they are not likely to
These commodities might be ship in such quantity as to affect

FRAMES very scarce and high for a periodof Florida's main outlets materially. CONTINENTAL H! ENGINES
I fruit has begunto 1
South American
U.S. Rise time.
Exports to arrive and some of it this past I
cautions on pruning Cabbage did not respond sod i iI week arrived in poor condition and I A CompM Us .. I
At lower anumber of sections '
cost than quickly since n
did not come even close to covering G..oa.w Dt.tWet. I wIf
wood Iambs and Mexican and Cuban fresh vegetable shipments to the is made to prune too quickly the I' can produce wintre cabbage and costs. Some of the other fruit that ad Dl.wt.I MJ I IV

United States for the current season are showing sizeable operation may be too severe or I there is a carryover of New York arrives in good shape sold very' 'WAGRICULTURAL. /

trim mataDedl J.. T&.. I increases, the Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations re- it may not be severe enough. State Damage stock.to Florida celery appears readily and at good prices. Indica-
:Welded to form ,:i, "Obviously you don't want to and tions are that there will be a fair
ported. to have been extensive fruit ) And nosdr Paq
amount of South !
,' complete unitwith ::::: Led by ,tomato shipments. the volume from Cubdoubled a 1 prune time and too labor severely if the and job you has waste to be !*t celery this:: should market.result California in a and stronger Art- this season. >I I .1d -
,I from the previous year to "
Jdnqu welded 0J1 done over, the agent asserted. i zona celery movement probablywill Auction sales of Florida oranges -
reach 5 1/10 million pounds. Of i I
.. and coated "There is a prevalent idea that be speeded up by the warmer through Thursday this
plume this 4 2/10 million pounds were Melon Growers the sap In frozen tissues will weather there but they will not \ past week totaled 204 cars
at factory. Bronze tomatoes. Frozen lima beans of sour and poison the rest of the I have enough tonnage to make up against 186 for the comparable
.trike plate also sh million pounds were seven plant if the frozen portions are the shortage in Florida. Also the I period a week ago. After the 4H
times more than last season. not speedily removed. There is heat became so extreme in California I freeze news came through prices INDUSTRIAL MARIffE
lerm.hed. ..Canbe1utal1edln20 Eggplant Imports from Cuba no basis in fact for this. idea. that it may affect celery reacted materially and at the and TRANSPORTATION
Plan There Is circulating system in close only slightly below a
totaled 5,000 pounds okra 78,000 Meeting no quality to some extent. were
f pounds, encumbers 55,000 .I plants comparable to the bloodstream week ago. Closing sales fell I. ae. ate'
Llinates.Por'prlceaanddetalt. pounds, and all other vegetables of animals. Best Florida Golden celery mostly within a range of $2.10- TW cvnpfett cvnne prvrldM 1,! of Q
250,000 pounds. W. J. Whitehourst. Archer, Naturally plants especially or- sold $4-4.50 per crate late in the 3.90 against $:.%0-3.30 a week I. tougi..1w..rrngstrs..t.r. e
call I namentals that are frozen to the j I week while the Pascal was mostly ago. .
the Beat Bctvm
vet retie
Mexican amounted to
shipments watermelon division
of the
chairman $3.50-4 with a few as high as the .
I ground should be removed Immediately -; I California Navel sales were ts.tmt .a m .t.d.d Op.bd
25 3/10 million pounds for an Increase of the Floirda Vegetable not for physiological rea- | $4.50. I same as the week previous and totaled oi Ua.U. tfcocowjk m-
LAKE COUNTY SUPPLY CO. of a million pounds over Commitee has called an industry sons but for esthetic reasons. Just More Cuban cucumbers are arriving 'I 80 cars through Thursday aicIen oa should b. last Tomatoes accounted for Dolt la ngor4 to.ck dtr.
year. be dead to the these will replace the Prices lower on Monday and !
Phone Tavares 11 Red sure they are and were ... Few, F--.o arJ5
at Ocala Feb. to
22 8/10 million pounds. Green meeting on
ground before removing them. Flondas for the time being. Practically i after that improved a few cents
Aitatula, Lake Co.. Florida pepper shipments were about the study current problems. "Freezing is essentially a drying no Flondas were availablethis per day but the average was well I r : 1 .AMd ---- ../:. ........ ad
same as last year. I "All watermelon growers, wheth- out process. Therefore, it is desirable week and the cold weather I below a week ago and was $3.75 ..l..bl. but _-..... .
PT nr not- they" are members" of the to water frozen plants copiously has probably greatly reduced the I I for the week through Thursday. A ECONOMIC coxrmurwMAINTENANCE Foul.. IMteIW
Florida Vegetable Committee are as soon after freezing tem- prospects for this crop. I week ago it was $4.07. -
E invited to attend." Whitehurst de peratures subside as possible. Escarole has been doing better Florida tangerines and temples S.OOUOO tO SlAt lilt.... MeTafew .
clared. "Groves may be irrigated and I, and better this past week as the were in liberal supply but the SOOoooooo Hww rmr,heckWfry
.. ....
cultivated to force growth. As soon offerings were limited and demand I quantities did not equal the pre- 41 yesnef practical kyver
( The meeting will be held at
Kalamazoo as buds begin to push out. or even I fairly active. At the close bushel I vious week. Through Thursday eeerwrM ef MMtttiM.
I the Marion Hotel starting at 1 before liberal applications of a hampers were mostly $33.50Ii1th they totaled 104 cars against 134 STATE DISTRIBUTORS
pjn. fertilizer high in soluble nitrogen prospects that the market might : cars the week before. Best fruit
.. Members of the watermelon division i I should be applied."Heavy 1 go higher on freeze news. i| was stronger every day except FLORIDA PIPE U SUPPLY CO.
METAL include H. H. Hethcox of mulching of ornamentals Supplies of eggplants will prob- Tuesday. At the close most of the W i w.arete ST. OUANDO.VIA. raw sue
will conserve moisture and reduce ably get shorter than ever as a sales fell within a range of 80c- CALL n worn vix MM or roes VOCAL DCAU*
Umatilla. vice-chairman; Harold
I the frequency of watering re- I result of the cold wave and prices I' $485 against $1.55-3.65 for the
Gilmore of Live Oak L. B. Gravely -
CUTTING quired. > may go high for the few who have week previous.
of B. O, Andersonof I I
; Newberry '
I. "After new growth comes out this item to market at this time.
UmatiUa, D. D.. Faircloth of. there is still no need for hastein I Prices have been strengthening I
; BAND SAW Trenton and Grover- Huppel of pruning- You can wait until I for the past week. or two and best
Leesburg. summer nad in case of severe bushels were bringing $4 at the
injury it may be better to wait
r. HAIRY INDIGO PLANTED until next winter. close.Florida Big Boston lettuce In .
INVERNESS Three Citrus "When pruning Is finally done Eastern crates sold around
County farmers who planted 130 care should be taken to make the $%.50-3 at the close and there is .
acres to hairy Indigo last May report pruning cuts so that the pruned a good prospect that it will go ,A4A_1 e .
that the crop proved an excellent branch alyays ends in a vigorousside i higher. Boston type lettuce has h ftl. <<
cover on candy soils and branch with no stub project- been rather scarce all season. /IM .
much of It attained a height of ing beyond it. so that rapid heal- Terminal markets had been get- rvwv- FOR
more than six feet according to ing of the pruning wound will take : ting short of peppers during the FOUND
HIGH SPEED PRODUCTION in Cutting Metal County agent O. M. Maines Jr. place._Wounds over one inch in diameter |past two weeks but the cold will AlREADtl\.E: BUILDING
Four spreads permit cuttingof They harvested 20,000 pounds of should be treated with a probably boost them some more.However THE MAAOS"
'I to
seed from their plantings. good pruning paint. prices are at last reach-
rods tubes,heavy,round or
trig a point i where it will pay importers MERIC A'S /
flat stock. Portable A
to bring in Mexican peppers
into lighting fixture. Future Farmers Depressed.By and in fact the !supplies of aS ,
Mexican have Increased during the a Q #
Low Initial Cost Reduced Maintenance past few days. At the close flor- Shed
Small Depreciation Minimum Effort Lack of Onion Crop MartI ida crates were bringing $8 on the Quarry H"th'Ie
best and bushel baskets were $6. H.\jet Born Rabbit Shop
MAYME HODGKINOur Old potatoes remain rather dun Store Implemerit Storage aad

HARRY P. INC.Serving [ Own Staff Correspondent] although car shortage stimulate .. Dgor Liquor St ore Radio Mialor onufodureOlflce
i 1 ,
LEU the market now and then.New potatoes A o"
SANFORD-The Future Farmers of America at the from Florida are sufficiently Armory Coal Shed \louse Lumh'SI..d a. I Estatt om,eto

Seminole High School farm though young in years and i scarce so that prices hold up well Ayl Si.dio Con ure Gin Real
Honda with Industrial' Suppliesfor over 40 Years farming experience are no less discouraged than grown- despite the abundance of old po- Repair Shop Denial Laboratory Mochin.Shop Rice Dryer
100 W. Livingston' St. TeL 9891 tatoes. At the close best Florida .r.d Plant School
the lack of sale for their fine of Po Milkoning
I ups over crop green Red Bliss in fifty pound sacks B a leery D.g Shop s..d Storage
onions which has taken many hours of their time and sold at $3.503.75.Squash s Bathho use Store Shop M 11..t! b ShowroomTooShed
enthusiasm. I will not stand much Beer Ware"houspryDrug
"farmer" cold so the' frost mith Shop Goods Store Nt9ursery \
Each as a school proJect probably Blacks Dry Court
Results Ttaft wfitt net from had to proceed in the adult thinned this crop. In fact buyers I Kiln OlFice t.o"o.Sh.d
yam MybrvMtmMi. way and pay rent for his "farm"or I began to look for fancy B0 Fatilirer Plant Oil Storage
Profitable production ol poultry. plot pay for Irrigation fertilizer I squash right away and some Yellow Stoticn Shop yarehou ShOP

dairy. and pork proJaeh., cKicb raked to plowing and seed do his own busheL squash brought $8.50 per House f.\\ling Stan d Point picnic: Sh.'tSh'op' :
planting by hand and keep all fruitGarage Nle
---d atarity. For cantory Esh Im.. .bat b*w r,}. weeds pulled. e I ;'Relatively few Florida tomatoes f. Storage PluMbin9 .ry
have arrived here the Ho use
know for qaaltty feecla. Fear generation* .f Some even went so far as to days and the quality has past not beenof few Cattle Bon, 'uz. Store Poultry Steel I'.,..d

I the Esnelmeit family .... shared. that rep.- count his crop and set a price of the best. Prices have shown a Com.n tWO "*" Grocery lot ifs a Srsn,.;.._ 2.' i sse
$1 per dozen and count up his wide range as a result of the vary- Chit ,
DA tt0iti tefion. labor cert are the Mm whether ROSH j returns for the crop before the ing quality Cuba has been ship Tlr day someone JS'ij' t-I"'ISywjSS5

oy R>< FEED yea ate a good feed er peer ena...bat t roue of $EEe ; seedlings had grown half an ping moderate supplies and prices 24- And
there. i* e big difference In remit EJielmaafeed ) Inch. I of higher these than have been the Floridas.averaging much Some .Quonset...iabo! fu'.i.loo' r "'..=SsasSi -
,. ere quality feed We have one 'these boys now are feeling the Mexican tomatoes are also coming S i-sissrsUi have tatnpnsictsil
difficulties experienced by stt> .
same to this market but mostly they are ,
exactly suited to your eaadi.KITTENGER adult farmers as the result of the going to Canada and the Western -

I warm weather to the north which I part of the country. .
has kept gardens there producing. I It is unlikely that there w<.!n !:.e
They have sold less than half of any large amounts of Florida tomatoes .J.
n their crop of fine onions and the" for several weeks as a result -
.SUPPLY CO. INC.MAIN continued warm weather makes It of the freeze. Good tomatoes
necessary to market the crop as and good peppers, eggplants
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE soon as possible. squash beans and celery are _
e.n.MUt WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Though they are mostly workingas likely to bring high prices as a result _
a co-operative and can furnish of the shortened !supplies.
650 N. Orange Ave. WINTER PARK Telephone 844 large orders immediately upon receipt I _
the orders are coming in During the 1945-46 season. 31-
I slowly and the boys' spirits are 860.000 boxes of Florida grape-
going down rapidly. fruit were sold.



Announcing The Opening of OUR NEW STORE is the time to start your Spring Garden

AH Plants and Vegetables Killed Out

2400 WINTER GARDEN ROAD Phone 6014Mr. l"LA.vrOVBeets.:: Beans [pole and bash], Chinese Cabbage

Cantaloupes Carrots CoUards Sweet Corn Cucumbers EggPlant lTR11N fEftittAMpG ALBERT D. FLINT INDUSTRIES Inc."Orrat"
Jesse Ellis manager of our new store just west of the Orlando city limits is wen Endive Kale Lettuce Onion Sets, Potatoes Peas Pea- .

known among poultrymen and dairymen of Central Florida and will welcome his old nuts Radish. Spinach Squash. Tomatoes. Watermelons Rye t.l0s N. Orlando and Luna Ave. Winter Park Fla.
friends and customers at the new Winter Garden Road location. Grass etc. Flower Seeds Zinnias. Asters, Marigolds eta
Member of Central Florida Builders Exchange

HAILE-DEAN SEED CO. S&wtMDhfcfeGra Phone Winter Park na-)I P. O. Box 1569, Orlando. Fla.
LONGWOOD STORE: Church and E. Lake St., Longwood, Fla. tits ft* tan

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I Foreign Citrus F. E. Gardner on research activities -

I i' I NOTEBOOK nical assistance of the U. S. there.
Orlando labora-
: Officials) Visit Expected at the
Soil Conservation Service office
tory March 4-10 Is N A. Whiffen
I in Orlando at the request of the Central FloridaSaul of Washington, officer-In-charge
grower and the Lake Son ConatnaUon of the Australian embassy. WbifI -
Quality District :Supervisor A. Schnieder Palestine I fen will be making his second trip.
...Four years ago the first con- citrus processor from Tel Aviv, is to Central Florida dn behalf of
tour grove was set out belonging in Orlando inspecting Florida citrus the Australian citrus industry.
... Said tp Johnny Oslen near Dundee I
and industry methods.
7'. on and already it is reported to be groves Domestic demand for dairy
a year ahead of a nearby citrus He visited the U S. Bureau of I products is expected to continue
By DICK COOPER tract planted In the old square' Plant Industry and conferred I!strong through the first half of
pattern. with John R. Winston and Dr. 11947,
[Sunday Sentinel-Star Agricultural Ed.for] ---
ALREADY HAS on its lawbooks a standard :
quality of oranges which was developed by '
I L. Harding of the U. S, Bureau of Plant Indus-
after three years of taste-testing. "This I III 'i

1 : : 1 Harding quality declared.juice' standard. adopted by* the State in CONGRATULATIONSAND '

an interpretation of !'' : I Ii
into the minimum i'I': ,I
of solids and acids ,

I. . "It quality was made orange.an" 111 ;
law. with permission be- !
i J I to stamp fruit meeting
i of the 'Juice A : Iii
it ti"p such and to advertise It BEST WISHES !
fruit. However x :
( war when any fruit
at premium prices the '
had no need to take ad- II'
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Agricultural Agent Fred papers talk louder about the good !
things that are happening in the I'IIr
reported the demand !
l industry, and there are a numberof
heavy. Dr. A. F. ,
good things happening but I
the Lake Alfred Expe- !Ir
don't see the need of washing all
Station recently visited the dirty linen in public WhileI
County to investigate concede, in fact encourage the 1II1 1II1I'
trees which BYCHRYSLER
t ap right of every man to blow off .
were suffering from I steam I can't see where Mrs. Joe!
The Florida I :
Jersey Doe of Waukegan 111 will beneI I I''
has opened a quiet fit materially I believe that far less '
drive. emphasis should be put on such
destructive publicity" AIRTEMP
Voges or the Express ** ** II
Shippers Assn. took a CONTOUR planting of new 1. *
"unfavorable publicity" continues to
: industry problems in a spread in Lake County with 1//:
i association members 'i I, three now underway These .
articles have been ap : are the 40-arre Byron Heriong I '
our local papers and' grove at lalaha the 40-acre
:, in other States broad- Byron Herlong grove at lalaha H. A. DAUGHERTY & CO.
trouble of the Florida the 40-arre grove of W. Huss- illi illiI
Such publicity man at Minneola and the 18-
Ii i your business and acre grove of A. D Booth at !
many members de- Groveland Already set out
action of the papers in are 130 acres by Frank E. Ito- ROBINSON AT BUMBY PHONE 2-2456 + i
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i I newsI m cannot Phil C Peters near Oakland L,
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3 3fwgy Casselberry. Route 17 Her OWE Full-Length Comedy

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Kessel Sue French. Carol Stonein I PRICE S1.M. LNCLVDING TAX .I
Tickets: at Annie RosseFl Box:: Office every weekday
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Orlando Reservations from Edna Paul. Mezzanine.
4 San Juan Hotel Phone Orlando 5366
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dressed. I Ill American women I they come. ri ,,. "MARK TWAIN"
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American man is generous. He'll the same price," says Rosenfeld. who does an annual business of .
skimp to give the little woman "They're pure Irish linen in Easter some $15 million, "I wonder how Dramatic Study of the last 25 of Twain's Life
Over U.S. Women's Clothes i['something special like that ever- egg pastels, tailored as neatly as we ever make a profit. jLUI TERiiAVEn years
I cherished fur coat.even though he
i NEW YORK [UP] Elsa Schiaparelli, the French designer -, can't afford to give her as much i .. February 18, 19, 20, 21, 22,24 at 8:15: p. m.
who believes American women could be the world's I! for day-to-day nothing as he'd av fa M
I Prices: 60c. 90c $1.20. $1.80. tax included.
best dressed, got a dressing town; yesterday from. Henry like.But he doesn't agree, not at /IIIIOIIIICillr/ ELECTRIC BOAT CRUISEituflower5aked
Rosenfeld, the guy who'thinks they are. all that American women. are : Address mail orders to Box 37 Rollins College. Enclose
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tom prices just so the woman on that little dressmaker. open every weekday. Telephone:
declared, the U.S.
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Restaurant Men The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio ProgramWith Orlando, Florida, February 9, 1947 l Lrlir! &uttbagrnthtrt5tar t [ Page 29

Will.Meet '
MondaySecond Elaine Akin and Harold
the of WORZ yesterday Orlando watt BIO WLOF Q230) WO HZ Miss
of opening 6 00 Melodies News Aid Gills both of whom completed
preliminary meeting CoursesTo
has a National Broadcasting Company outlet 6:;19 Melodies == Plesssnfs; Trio Orlando Gathers a Red Cross first aid Instructor'scourse
the officers and directors of, the bringing of the best programs on the air this 8:30: Melodic dispel la the Sky
6 45 Melodies --- Chapel la th. Sky held here in October under -
Greater Orlando Restaurant ASSZL. season. Harry Kenning, special field
7 00 Methodist Hour Ort SB Rnelll News
will be held,Monday at 3 pm. at The new station's programs tomorrow Include 7;15 Methodist Hour ?_ Organ ReveiUs Musie-by Sweeten representative
the NBC Symphony 7.30 Master Singer Orson Reeill Music by Sweeten Over NationThe Be HeldAll ,
the Southland Restaurant. Arturo Toscaninl. conducting 7 45 Bob Jones -- Ortta Reveille )(U1e' Sweeten Fame A total of 48 boys and girt

Purpose of the meeting Is to in a performance of Berlioz' "Romeo and Juliet" DO News News Summon News __ __. pupils of the Lockhart arbor.
make final arrangements for parts one and two, at 5 p.m. Gladys Swarthout 8:15 Decision Row silver Striae .. Ort in Recital _. were issued certificates for completion
and John Garris will appear, with Peter Wilhous- 8 3O Christ for World Tabernacle Charrfc NBC SUins Qrtet nation's airwaves publications and motion picture' Orange County residents. 15 of a Junior First Aid
and for World Tabernacle Chwrcr NBC String Q'rtet older who Interested
membership by-laws. It was 8:49 Christ years of age or are -
announced ky conducting a 38 voice chorus.At see; CBS Hews __--_-. Coast to C. on Bus World NewsStory houses are spreading Orlando's fame as the city nears the i in taking a standard First course at the school under instruction -
also that an Important 6:30 from WORZ. the Bob Bums Show ':15 Renfro Valley Coast to c. *a B.. to Order of Miss Pauline MacDonald -
meeting of the association would p.m. :30 Renfro Valley Coast to C. on Bus Words & Musie peak of one of its greatest Winter seasons. I Aid course, are asked to enroll school principal.Art .
with Shirley Ross and Ray Sinatra's orchestra V;49 Johnson Family Coast to C. oa Boa The Cornettes y. Orlando's vehicles it revealed at the Orange County Chapter of of
publicity was yester- Heil. director safety acreices -
be held at the San Juan Hotel heard at 7 over the NBC I Red Cross at 231 E. Jackson
Jack Benny pjn. 10:00: Coorcn of Air __ M.f Israel Hap ad During WMesssis day in by Gordon R. Elwell and Associates pub- the for the Orange County Chap-
& Feb. 25 at 2:30 pan. station with Eddie -Rochester" Anderson..Don VU10:15 Church of Air __ of Israel Sun. Mora. Muslel a report St. at 7:30 pjn. tomorrow.
ter and Harold Gillis. instructor,
1 Attention was called to the midWinter :30 of Prophecy Sonthernsires Sun. i:: MosiclSoathernaires licity directors, to directors of the' Classes have been planned for ,
son and Mel Blanc. Music is by Phil Harris and .10 g 43 van: of Propheey Sun: : Musiel awarded the certificates.
pre-leglslatlve meeting of Greater Orlando Chamber of I two nights a week, at times to be
during the past months,
by Dennis Day. The Junior course includes sim-
songs 11:00 News ________ lot Press1 Cbnrea Design for Iitnlnc1st
the newsreel
State Commerce include -
organization Oaines- photography suit the convenience of
in On the Fitch Band Wagon also from WORZ. 11:15 Music for Sunday! Presb'y Church Desisa for L'stnini1st the report indicated. set to ple instructions in the care of Injured -
yule Feb. 11. 11.30 Salt Lsks Choir Presb Church Desisn for stains entering nearly every persons who enroll. The entire
Phil Harris and Alice Faye Harris at 7:30 pm. 11:45 Salt Lake Cbo.r let Presb'y: Church Windsor string O't town and city in the country, Two such broadcasts were made I course will take 18 hours of In- with primary emphasis;:: on

From WDBO, the second in a 33-week series 12.00 In*, to Uarnlns Wk Around World News ---------. coast-to-coast radio hook-ups and within the past week, when the struction. making children safety minded.

F OFF THE RECORDFrom devoted to the general subject "Pursuit of Happi 12 12:'30 15 Oospel IDT to Hour Learnlnc--_ Wk Around Strtnss World. Bollyw:d Salon Salon Or.OrRollyw : 'national and international publications quartet of newsreel photographershere I The only cost Involved In the I CHURCH CIRCLE TO MEET

ness." features a discussion of the Book of Job on 12.49: Oospel Boar .... Sumo Swim Mollrw Salon Or._ through direct contribu- for Orlando pictures took to i course will be the purchase of a I Circle No. 5 of the Women'sSociety

Columbia network's "Invitation to Learning." 1:00 Gospel Boor _.._. Melodies Piano to Remroy America America United tion and nationwide press asso- the air on NBC and CBS programsto : first aid textbook, which will cost for Christian Service of
Associated Music Centerby heard at 12 o'clock, noon. Chairman is Eugene g: Gospel SUB. Serenade Boor ? Sammy Kaye TJn. Chi. ndtable cia tlons. describe Orlando's attractionsfrom 60 cents. Materials needed in the the First Methodist Church will

O'Neill Jr.. assistant professor of Greek at Yale 1:45 Howard K. Smite Ku -P.e\. Ftctlor TJa ChL R'lIdtableUniversity. Representatives of four news- their professional point of work can usually be obtaIned' meet at 3 pjn. tomorrow at the

VIRGINIA PAYNE His guests are Andre Michalopoulos, 2:00 Wkly News ReTiei wanton of Peace Sunday Mstines reel firms-Paramount. Universal view. The newsreel men were lav- around the home. I church chapel Mrs D. J Mason

former Greek plenipotentiary in charge of Informa- 2 2'30 IS Here's W'kly News To Ta RsTiei_-- Lutheran Warriors of Boor Peace.. Sunday Sunday Matlneo Matinee = Pox Movietone News, and Hearst'sNews ish in expressing their appreciation Classes will be conducted by circle leader, has announced.

tion in the United States and Rabbi William H. 2:45: Here's To Ts ____ Lutheran Herr Sunday Matlneo.. of the Day-this week con- for what they termed the

Make your plans now to be In Fineshriber of Reform Congregation Keneseth Is3:00: N.'T. Phil Oreo. Dancer Dr.DS and Sunday Matlneo cluded making two newsreel "splendid treatment"they received I
on the big Broadcast Party at 3:15 N. Y. PhiL Orca. Dancer Dr Danf'Id Sunday Matlneo stories each on Orlando features, while here.Pictorially.. bn' .
Associated next Saturday, February rael. Philadelphia.Eva 3:30 N: T. Phil. Orca. Pres.fr'n Bollyw Sunday Matinee Orlando has been z.
Likova Czechoslovakian coloratura 343: N. Y, PhU ortn Air Lane Trio punday: Mattoco and are booked to return to Orlando -
15th. at 3:30: when Glen Gray young Children of Tomorrow for additional and will continue to be repre-
the S3"America" 4:00 N. T. PhiL Oren. :These our Pre i photography
will be interviewed by Tom Saw- soprano, win arrive here tomorrow on 4'15 N: T. Phil Orch.: These oar Children Gift from Lone s- within the next few weeks. sented in the country's leading
yer over WJXB.O. Lucky contestants to make her American debut with the 4:30 Hour of Charm Oreen Hornet ,TT Patterns in Melody: magazines. The Elwell staff in
Oreea Hornet Patterns in Melody Stories filmed recently by the
4 43 Hour of Charm
will receive Glen's latest recordings Detroit Symphony Orchestra on ABC's SundayEvening 5 00 Family Hour _. Darts for Dough NBC four newsreel concerns each of the last few weeks arranged for :
personally autographed. H ur, heard at 8 pjn- over WLOF. 5::15 Family: Boar :____ Darts for Dough NBC :::::. gr :. them claiming a national theater more than 250 pictures to be madein 'j
some of which are "Blue Rhap- Arthur Rubinstein plays the Chopin E minor 8:JO Hoacy Carmichael counter SPY __ NBC Bymp.: orb.Piano
Body," "One More Tomorrow 545 Wm shiny "-- Counter Spy __h NBC drmp: Ortn. audience of 17 million included Orlando by a staff photographer
Concerto with Bruno Walter as guest conductor Heirs ... I the operation of the Joe from "Parade" magazine fora
'It's the Talk of the Town. and 6 00 Oszie Harriet Mlsslnc SR'-c: Stripp
"All By of the New York Philharmonic-Symphony 8::15 Ozxie Harriet : Mis Great>*n>Story Heirs Told_--. Dave News-Bob Burns ._ '.Baseball School here one of the layout and story on Orlando'stennis

Come in at 3 pjn. from WDBO. Also on the program 8 8::45 30 Kate Kate Smith Smith ::-_:: Great Story Told Bob Burns .. unique features In the world of history.

in the I Beethoven's "Lenore" Overture, No. 2. and the 7;;00 Oene Auto ., ..... Drew Pesrsoa Jack: Benny ,sports. Photographic stories of similar
the : :::; Strauss Tone Poem. "Death and Transfiguration. 115 aerie Lute __ Don Gardiner _. Jack Benny --- nature are now in the hands of

dance. Myself.II: Praised by Time Magazine's radio critic "The 1 7:30 45 Blond Blondle: !i ___-.___= The The COCk === Pitch Pitch Bandwscon Bandwacon The other newsreel subject editors of such magazines as Life

Gray : Greatest Story Ever Told" [Free of interrupting 8:OO Sam Spado Ban. ETC.: Hour Stars of Tomorrow was an exhibition of the new Pageant. Good Housekeeping Red
ETC. Hour Stars of TomorrowMusicals water sport-lake baseball
Casa commercials] is heard at 6:30: pjn. from WLOF. 8:15 Sam Spado Doctor-= Bun Eva Hour .- Showcase which Book and many other "shckpaper .
30 Crime originated here and
8 was
chestra This' week's story is that of the Prodigal Son. a 8:45 Ned Calmer ___ Bun ETC Hour .- Muslcale BhoWtse.study which was portrayed for publications, and a steady flow of st, '"rn'l.Y
Coliseum Walter WincheULouella Pops Concert cam- pictures to all photographic serv-
day $ of thoughtlessness, waste .and forgiveness :::00 15 Hildecards Hildeiards =:: Parsons Pops Concert = eras by local models and Red ices the has been
: said
Lately many of you have been bringing to life the words of the man whose life 9:3O Eddy: Br.ch. __ Jimmy Pidler __ Pops Concert -- Cross swim experts. report i
Pops Concern maintained through the Winter
Srack Policewoman\ --- YOU CAN ESTERCAMERA
asking for piano mu.s1eIn classics. was "The greatest ever lived. f:49 Eddy: /
have I 10[:00 Take It. Leave It :Theater Guild Variety Hour = Both pictures as they are shownin months.
One of the nicest albums I Phil Spitalny and his all-girl orchestra pay Take It. Leave It Theater Guild .. Variety Hour
is the VLADIMIR HARO- 10:15 _- Theater Guild Variety Hour theaters over the nation will Orlando has received written
now tribute to the memory of Thomas Edison in a spe10'30: We. the People -- Hour
WITZ PROGRAM, containing cial "Hour of Charm" broadcast from the stage of 1045:: : We the People --- Theater Guild Variety ---_ carry the name Orlando promi- publicity in all of the major
and, News-Feature World Tonite-SpU News from nently, and in addition to action
"Dance Macabre. "Dumka. 11:00 Saerchincer newspapers of the nation, and
the Public Auditorium in Cleveland at 4:30: pjn. UNO _:: Set To Musie Crssar
11 15 Report
"Variations of the Aria "La Ricor- from 11::3D Musie Too Know Billy Butterfleld Henry Russel Orch figures will show identifying scen- particularly in those of the
dame r Two favorites in the classical Hoot Billy Butterfield Henry Russel Orrh ery in and about the CONTESTOpen
11:45: Mu ie You city. 'I. East and Middle West by virtue
"Theatre Guild of the_ Air" presents RaymondMassey Off _____ News ___ -J
and u
world >are Oscar Levant 12.OO News Slga ---Lullaby-- Elwell. head of the publicityand of a steady flow of matter To AH AmateusT.LL'4BI !
Rhythm news
Chopin. Put them together and I and Helen Menken in Robert Emmet Sher- 12:15 Musis Rhythm: Lullaby -. public relations firm reported CASH PRIZES
from the office of
you have a great album for listening wood's "Abe Lincoln in Illinois" heard at 9 pjn. 12 12:30::4S Musie Masia :::----::-: Rhythm Lullaby: that signal success has been publicitydirectors. An entries Writ must for full be m details by AprJ 19

pleasure. In the same line from WLOF. 1 00-Sitn OK ____n_ Bun Off-News --- met during the last five monthsin 7I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
Marla Jonas plays PIANO MUSIC re-awakening a national news The Elwell group, the report Oa V. S. Route 319 SH MUes Aorta of Tallahassee
OF CHOPIN. Another great album I Interest in Orlando. stated, is listed as official local
Is PIANO MUSIC OP DEBUSSY Land Owners "We representative for United Press
Key Clubs To have in the last six months I
,played by the one and only RubIn- created a large number of con- i and International News Service: I

.. stein. tacts and renewed others that in and in addition co-operates to the
There have also been many : To File'Applications
Install NewOfficers Urged fullest extent with the AssociatedPress
I calls for songs of other countries.A ; past years have waned because of i
failure to in the procuring of Orlando
newcomer with a growing popularity r s"As I nurture them. Elwell's
is Charles Trevet. His album report stated. I, news and pictures.
contains some of the songs "This of course is in no waya Among the Winter stories receiVing rb ci

he recorded before he left Parts Orange County property owners : reflection on the Chamber of nationwide coverage were ; e c ( 4re ,P
New officers of the Florida Baptist 5visii
for this country. Although manyof expecting to. file for homestead Commerce: the situation existed the $10,000 Orlando Open Golf
his listeners cant understand District of Key Clubs will be exemptions for 1947 yesterdaywere I merely because the Chamber of tournament; the Florida Two-Ball

French they enjoy the deep rich installed at a State Key Club con- urged by Tax Assessor Jim Commerce in the past has not Open Golf tournament; the New SOUTH CAROLINAEvery

tones and light bouncy mannerin ference and training school to beheld Burden to do so immediately and I been assisted by any firm or individual I Year's Day football game between ;
which he sings.. His style is a = avoid a last minute rush at the whose sole business is' teams of Catawba and MarysvUle
combination of Frank Sinatra and at the San Juan Hotel Fria deadline. Colleges. and
April 1 the building up and maintenanceof ; general and frequent -
Danny Kaye. day;opening at 9:30: am. t The average daily number of such contacts." I'I stories In Northern metropolitan '

Carmen Miranda an all-time Frank S. Wright of Miami past applications has dropped off 50 I papers on progress of the
favorite sings selections from cent during the past week. Nationwide radio publicitywas Winter
Gam' per season within the Orlando
WEEKEND IN HAVANA In Eng- governor of the district, will pre- Burden said. During January 4527 gained in various instances I area.
lish and Portuguese refreshing side at the meetings, which will applications were filed, averaging .

album full of spirit 'I open with welcoming addresses by I about 160 a day while only 406
A ,strange, yet rather fascinatIng have been filed since Jan. 31. for DANCING TONIGHT
of the Orlando -
Roy Brewton. president
,album is the AFRO-CARIB I
1 I tan average of 80 a day. AT .
Kiwanis Club, and Martin
BEAN SONGS AND RHYTHMS 1 "If the taxpayers come into the
sung by Katherine Dunham" andensemble" I KIrkland of, Eustis. Lieutenant I office now they can have their LAKE'SIDE PARK t
Governor of the State Club.
In Spanish French: and Key few mIn-
applications filed in a I:30 P.M. to'll P.M.
Portuguese. This album has a Reports of the four retiring officers utes but if they all wait until KSOWLTOS'S LAKESIDE ORCHESTRA
Samba. Haitian Ceremonial Song will follow. They are: Ray FRANK WRIGHT March 31, there will be the usual 2y Miles South of Orlando oa Old Dixie Hicaway

and. several jungle chants with Chapman. Miami,. governor; Mar-.... Will preside last minute rush waiting lines and
orchestral background featuringthe snau Field st.: Petersburg recording -' delay" Burden said.

drums.Be secretary; John Crawford. Ft. tona Beach will discuss the The tax assessor' office can 6i; : w- Where Dhcrlminatiua Ponf Go u"

seeing you next Saturday Pierce, treasurer; Tom Flipse, Miami coming: national convention handle about 175 applications a

afternoon here at Associated.ASSOCIATED corresponding secretary.G. Fount Rion of Palatka will discuss day with "very little" waiting by

STORES H. Martin Ft. Lauderdale duties of a lieutenant governor the applicants it was pointed out. CLI.COCKTAIL .
and a panel discussion
will detail early district organi
color of the rainbow
vies with
Owens Put Naval one as
4 zation. Frank McCabe, Chicago. will be held on finances and the on

\ P t- International director, will budget. I' Recruiting Staff ON Orta.....taahrd Niw.y 55tW..n maltlaad LOUNGE..nd A/ ___TeL .. history-rich South Carolina greets Spring.
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speak on the relationship .f district At noon. Key Club delegateswill Storekeeper first class Richard Giant azaleas and camellias j jessamine and roses

143 N. Orange. Ave. clubs to the InternationalClub attend the regular luncheon M. Owens, a veteran of four years flaunt their gay beauty against huge oaks and gnarled
5300. Marvin Brownlee of LAKE
Phone ; DayBunytny EOLA HOTEL
meeting of the Orlando Kiwanis Navy service, has been assigned to DINING ROOM cypress draped in gray moss. The crisp loveliness of the
the staff of the local office of the N. EOLA DRIVE AT ROBINSON
Club at the Chamber of Com- Navy Recruiting Service, S. S. WEEKDAY Sandhill Country competes with the'early blooms of

Ovustte the Tiati&ftsI merce Bldg. The Key Club of the Kienker. officer In charge, reported DINNERS FROM $1.10 the .
Orlando Senior High School will yesterday. Sunday Dinner $1.50 Also a la carte Appalachians.Plan

present the meeting program. Kienker also announced that the I' Make your reservation. for La.cbeos Parties now for a trip you won't forget..
h II The afternoon cession will be local Navy office will be open from Closed.'" Mondays pat..e R1I14E

ftTIIS'CJI devoted to discussions of the pro- 7 to 9 pjn. each Tuesday and

UIHERAN OUR CHORUS gram for the general district con- Thursday night to enroll members ", ''lIhUIIIIII, ,.1, ,10"" (iru' l'illiillil&'Jiilljiil, fc a r
fh& vention to be held at St. Peters- In the Navy Reserve program. .
SUNDAY STATION burg this Fall and of the duties of Former Navy men and any others E 'THE FIVE HUNDRED CHASE"For $

I the Var1o club officers. Sympo- who can qualify may enroll In the 1(ago utSESIAICN. '
the and '" Discriminating
t 2:30P. M. WlOF sium conferences will be followed reserve program may par-
by a visit to Sanlando Springs. ticipate In reserve activities with STEAKS CHOICE DINNERS CHICKEN
The installation banquet will beheld out obligation to be placed on active -
at 6 pjn. with the Orlando duty Klenker stressed. The ; From $1.25

THF LUTHERAN HOUR"SPECIAL" and Winter Park Key Clubs actIng Navy is seeking a million men for Reservations Winter Park Z7 :300 Chase, Winter Park HAMMING C DIVIlOrMINt . as hosts. The Orlando High the program. Sundays K-M-I: H Dally except MSB.] .-* p..a.'iiiniiinri .
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t Page 30 ".. -.-- i!<1Jt1Utbq ruttutl- tar' Orlando, Florida, February 9, 1947( -5- dais dealing with the coda are 1.525 members Including 250 new-
Building Code'To pected to be present. The ex-J CofC Nears End members who never have belonged
f 1 change win have experts from 1 I to the chamber before." Gahr said.
Band branches of the building industry i "In the closing days of the drive.
:: Free Show SetA Pupils present. i we expect to gather in a numberof
Be "Builders feel that Orlando has : renewal memberships, par-
To Entertain ExplainedOrlandoans one of the best building codes in Of Campaign ticularly from those 1946 members
: the Southeast." Fred Fortes exec- !I who have delayed paying such expenses -
At utive secretary of the exchange until the 10th of the
: Exposition Tourists HerePupils with the who are dissatisfied asserted. I Greater Orlando Chamber of : month."
present city building
Commerce drive for 1947 member-
"Yet complaints constantly Generally speaking Gahr
code are invited to attend an open are I continued
mong the feature attractions of Memorial Junior High forum meeting of the Central being filed with the city and I I ships will be. brought to a close the drive has been satisfactory -
coming to the Central Florida Exposition : School, including members of the Florida Builders Exchange at the the exchange against code provisions the middle of the week with an because of its boosting

in Orlando Feb.24 through z xy uniformed band, will supply pro- Chamber of Commerce Bldg, I I increase of approximately 150 I of the membership totaL
:. March 1, is an amusing and fast Monday Feb. 17. at 8 pjn. to pre- "We want everyone who has a. members over the figures for 1946. "It Is especially gratifying to
., moving stage show to be given on gram of music and dances at the sent complaints and hear provi- Just complaint to appear and state i I I according to Membership Committee -I get 250 new members, 50 over our
the stage of the City Auditorium tourist entertainment program sions of the code explained in fun. his case. The builders believe most I Chm. Lloyd Gahr. ,"oalln this division to work with _
which located on the Exposition q b, Z f t sponsored by the Greater Or- Mayor Beardall. the city Boardof complaints arise through lack of ,i "Our figures at close of business the chamber during the coming ..
grounds. The free show will bet lando Chamber of Commerce at I Appeals and all other city offi- knowledge of the code provisos." yesterday were just short of I years." he said. (!!!ill"
t given each afternoon and evening
the Municipal Auditorium at 8
d during the six days and. six nights ,
i of the Exposition. pjn. Tuesday, it was announced
yesterday by B. H. Overpeck. director -
One of the star attractions will
be the famous "Stars On Parade of tourist activities. I DOORS
Review." featuring such talented Overpeck announced the program i
entertainers as the Winter Garden as follows !u
Girls from the Winter Garden FREE SHOW to be one of the gay attractions at Central Florida Exposition : 1. -n e Green Cathedral.. Habn. 8th
and Ith trades mixed chorus.L
stage in New York; Pal Costa who in Orlando. Feb. 24 through Mar. 1. "Stars On Parade Re- "01' Cray Hobo. Necro spiritual. OPEN

Is greatest recognized accordion as one players of America's andLayton's ." a group of dancing and singing entertainers is one of the fast 8th 3.and"Rain 8th In trade October boys'," Rowle chorus.?. 8th and U. C rttitttr CO. .

There will moving acts to be presented on the stage of City Auditorium twice 9th trades clrl' chorus
Comedy Dogs. 4. "Madame JUDDetteMUrrar. "ayj>>>-
also be appearances of Kavanaugh daily during week of the Exposition. There will be no admission I n LOT Son*"." Victor Herbert "Italian 37 WEST CHURCH STREET 9
and Ramon in a Gay Nineties skit, this Street Song. Victor Herbert Tradl
charge for: stage show. I Nuka." Withol: "The Pireru.Roasiaa
the sensational singer Margo. and, ------.- Polk Sons, and "Csechoslovakian: Dane ORLANDO FLORIDA.
the great act of Tex Rose who is Bone. all by 8th and Vth trade mixed ,

an artist on the unsupported ladler chorus 5. Acrobatic dance Petty and Jo Pat-
.( Winter Park News rick. THOUSANDS OF YARDS OF
a. TaD dance. Dorothy M..........
: Crawford Bickford, general MARGARET Winter Park 233 T. Brail quartet one Alone." Rom- 1
manager of the Exposition, reports lr GREENE. Telephone ben by members of Memorial Junior NEW FABRICS FOR OUR.
that more than 50 Orlando 116 E. New England Ave.Hoots: 11-12 and 45. Mondav through Friday: High 8. Tap School dance.Band.Patsy Newcomer. .
business and Industrial firms I. Dance Eunice Rinaldl and Joan De-
( have reserved exhibit space for msstns_ -
this year' event. Communityand Winter ParkBrevities Mobile XRayClinic 10. -Nlsht Sons.- Clokey. tlrla trio.
county organizations have The program will be directed by t
planned elaborate displays to Clarence Rumph. school band In-
depict agricultural citrus commercial structor. Mr. and Mrs. Law Mai.
and resort ac'lriUes. Planned lard will be in charge of the W r

, The St. John's County exhibit WINTER PARK CommunityFund music. __

will feature motion pictures of receipts through Friday __
scenes in and around St. Augus- stood at $5,250.'l2-0r one-third of WINTER PARK-Because Winter Kin of Nary Vets _
., tine and Marineland as well as Park's contribution to the File Claims FLASH!
Urged to
the goal. I
Latin-American pictures. TB Christmas Seal campaign was IT'S
A space measuring 50 feet by 12 Mrs. C. Raymond Nichener, I $2,6l2.2O-the largest per capitaof I Dependents of Navy veterans I SHEER. PRINTED
feet has been allotted Brevard Buck Hills Falls. Pa., is spending any U. S. community-there is who died after being dischargedfrom -
f County. While citrus will occupy several weeks here with Mrs. Raymond to be a special clinic here Thursday -I I the service have until tomorrow BIG! ---
1 the major part of the space, one Greene. and Friday when every man '' to file claims for benefits I MUSLIN
-f end of the booth will be devoted woman and child 14 years of age 'I under the Social Security Act in {
;. to a display of the home demon- Mrs. Edna Giles Fuller former and older, will be entitled to a order to receive those benefits IT'S 1500 YDS. i ONLT 5M,TDS. TO. GO* 'j
member of the State Legislature, FAST TO WASHING 0004ea
stration department and at the chest X-ray without cost. retroactive to the date of death
other end fishing resources win be will be the speaker Wednesday at The mobile X-ray unit which the Navy announced yesterday. SUMMER WEAR.
displayed. Gladioli and other he Woman's Club's monthly Questions regarding claims GREAT!
was purchased several years ago { PRINTED PLISSE CREPE P
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, Brevard flowers will be used for ,Community Service luncheon, discussing with TB Seal funds will be in should be submitted at once to the
s decorating- ; "Cancer Control. I front of the new Health and Wel- I Seventh Naval District Civil Re- 72cd !
f The entire Southern tip of I There will be a Valentine Benefit fare Bldg. with members of the adjustment Office in Miami or
Florida reproduced in miniature Bridge at the Woman's Club I''' Benefit Shop assisting technicians.On .I'' Jacksonville it was said. : DURABLE CRINKLE I
scale complete with animal and i Friday evening instead of the I'I'i 'I' Thursday, colored residents Persons filing claims after tomorrow .
plant life will be shown as the usual afternoon meeting. Proceeds may call between 10 am. and noon will receive payments I NEEDS NO IRONING 49 yd. i .
exhibit of the Everglades National retroactive for only three months \
from ticket sales will to the I and between 2 and 4 pm.; on Friday .
Park. go I the clinic is for white restI prior to the date of filing the I WASHFAST COLORS
Improvement Fund. Res-
Dean Berry will present what is I dents. Tests are made In complete claim.
reputedly the world's largest and ervations may be made by calling privacy. I A quality plisse crepe of diversified floral patterns in white and pastels. ,,, .

most American complete Catotala collection. Moths.of There North .Mrs.The Robert pow-wow'Johnson.speaker Tuesday I I All applicants for county and I j Pinecastle! / News Ideal for sleeping wear, lingerieand Kiddies Clothes. 29/30 inches wide. 9 ,,x 1 Er'
State health cards, required Joe
are over 13,000 Lepidoptera. 'at the University Club will be W. I I I PINE CASTLE Mr. and Mrs. i
all food handlers and those
G. Garrison, who will give "Per I I150nal I Charles Durrance and daughter
with children, most 900 Yds. "SehreineredFinish"COTTON
E Recollections of Dr. Osier." I I Anne of Gainesville will be Sun-
have chest X-rays.
Local Police On Friday afternoon James Dun- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
The unit will be at the Wintet PRINTS
Durrance. ea urn.
can Phillips win ten "How We Get
Our,School Books. There will be Park High School tomorrow and I The Well Baby Pre-school Clinic [ -
Get Teletype an extra pow-wow this week and Tuesday to X-ray all students; was held at Pine Castle Elemen- e
I over 14 years of age as well as WASH FAST
on Saturday afternoon at the staff and faculty members. tary School. Wednesday at 2 pjn
System clubhouse there will be an introduction Beginning tomorrow there will ; It is held once a month, on the Soft cotton prints SEMI-LUSTROUS 49 Y d. t 1
of new members. Light 'I''' be a new welfare worker, Mrs. first Wednesday. Next will be held *

A police teletype system. has Just refreshments will be served. I Sarah Davis McIntosh at the local March 5.. pecially processed to 36"WIDE ---
been installed in the radio room The Rev. Lucy Ayers' study this welfare office. Due to over-crowded: conditions ..-
of the Orlando Police Dept to expedite Thursday at the Congregational- there is a great need for a per- give it a soft- and lustrous appearance. Wanted floral designs! +; '

police and city business Christian Church in the School Hybrid varieties were used on manent place to hold these clin-
with cities in all sections of the of the ics, and others which cannot be r
Scriptures will be "The 99 per cent of Iowa com acreage r _
country.{ Self-Revelation of Paul," basedon in 1944. In Indiana the percentagewas taken care of now, such as a ma- 700 Yds. Oombed.Yarn &J'ea
Under the new system long dis-. Second Corinthians. The 97. in Illinois 96 and in Ohio ternity clinic for both white and
tance phone delays are overcome, studies held 11 am. until noon 94. Negro. Suggestions as to acquiring ( LUSTROUS SATEEN
and delays Incidental to operation each Thursday: are open to the it would be much appreciatedby
of telegraphic messages also public without Miss Wright County Nurse'
Reservations may be '
avoided. There is Dr. Clifford Lewis, pastor, will Mercerized Fast Color -
a new series of pictureson through Mrs.J.I.Chaffee 1583-J1. 79
With the new apparatus the take part in at the 8 colors select from White Tea Rose '
radio operator turns on a. switch; exhibition at the Center Street It is limited to 20 tables. services Bap- i Lovely to C ;
the trunk line operator at the Art Gallery, including a small oil Chicago Sculptor Alvin Polasekis tist The Church Sunday. Black- Light Blue Pink- Beige-Old Rose-Copen.
painting of "The Dinkey. the the SOS Club held their reg- yd
Telephone Co. signals ahead spending two weeks here as
go ; ular All 36" wide and all lustrous sateen! I
meeting Monday, at the homeof
the operator types out call num- Air Line Railway freight guest of his former pupil Miss ,,, r r
bers of the teletype station desiredno station at the foot of Ollie Ave. Ruth Sherwood. Jackie and Ginger Wham.
matter where it may be and a Mrs. Raymond Greene and her Harold Mutispaugh. assistant Edythe Crittenden presided. Attending -
dear trunk goes through In a mat- committee are preparing for an business manager of Rollins College were Paula Bums Barbara 1,200 Yds. New, Colorful
ter of minutes. outstanding flower show March is expected to return home and Peggie Hicks, Joyce r
As soon as contact Is made the 12-13 _t the Woman's Club which this weekend from Orange Memorial Brown, Winona Hocks, Edythe ea u SPUN RAYON PRINTS i"re. -
operators talk back and forth by will Include practical demonstra- Hospital where he underwent Cnttenden. Martha Bowman.
typewritten lines as fast' as the tions as well as a display of rare surgery. Next meeting will be with Paula o FLORALS STRIPES +
keys win fall. and exotic plants. On the first Mrs. Charles Ashley Milwaukee Burns.
4 Friday afternoon contact was evening there will be a reception is here with her mother Mrs. F :Mrs. Eunice Symands Martin o DOTS PASTELS I '
, made with the FBI in Washington with a fashion show in which left Friday for Los Angeles. "' e 1
W. Pinkhurst of the Lincoln who A selection 7 9
handpicked of 40 beautiful combinations ,
! In two minutes time and in 15 bridal styles from Yowell-Drew- suffered heart attack. Ginger and Jackie Wham attended new -

minutes desired information was Iveys and real flower hats made Mrs. C.a D. Walker who recently the Fair Saturday in in medium and pastel grounds for spring and sum- Cyd
received In j
by teletype Orlando.
J Had long-distance telephone by members of the Garden Club retired as Florida State presidentof Tampa.On mer wear. All 36" wide and hand washable of course. .
will be modelled. Friday nine Cubs of Den
the United Daughters of the
been used. there would have beena
Programs this evening at the two met with their Den Chief. I
Confederacy, is planning a two-
delay of to hour
in the
t connection.up Winter Park hotels will. be: "Old day house party this week when Hal Totten.Burch. and Den Mother Mrs. Only 600 Yds. to Go Fast! I
English Tunes and Business of the day
f Texts. by State and national officers will wasa
; The original 13 States of the Florence Boynton at the Semi- gather here to discuss the organi- discussion by the troop of famous ea ure.
.i United States are New. Hampt nole; The Lestas. Mystifyers. at zation's program. birthdays and also the PLAIN-COLORED POPLINS .1
the Alabama and musical birthday of Scouting Feb.
shire. Massachusetts Connecticut, a program Her guests will Includes Mrs. 8.
Rhode Island New York. Delaware arranged by William Vos- William A. Haggard of Miami. !I!Plans were discussed for the pack Mercerized- Finish Wash Fast Colors
burg at the Virginia Inn. meeting Feb 14 All parents sAn
Pennsylvania. Maryland. second vice president general: |I '
i Virginia North Carolina South Wheaton College gettogethertea :Mrs. W. Edward Cunningham of urged to attend to bid in the attendance ideal durable cotton fabric that will fill the demand

wiU be at 4 30 p. m. today at St. Petersburg, new State presi- contest. 6 9 ,,
Carolina. Georgia and New Jersey. for innumerable home sewers' needs. 36"wide in white,
the home of Dr. Helen W. Cole dent: Mrs. George Walz of Miami.I During the work period part of
.," " " '' on Chase Ave. Wheaton alumnae State vice president; Mrs. George the troop painted the Den Doodle. maize, blue, rose, aqua, copen, tan, red, brown, navy and C
: RADIOS : and former students in this area Lennon of Jacksonville second This morning all fubs of Pack 36 black. yd.
are invited to attend. vice president, and Mrs. J. M. will attend the Methodist service. ,iW fo
: REFRIGERATORS : Persons having money for Gar- Register recording secretary

: WASHERS : den Tour tickets are asked to Tuesday they will attend the district Townsend Club to Meet r.
send It to Mrs.W,W.Wolff treasurer meeting at sanford. Orlando Townsend Club No. 2
: NEED REPAIRS? : or leave it at The Bookery will
Monday evening.. :Mrs. Walker meet Tuesday at 7:30 pjn. in
i For Any Make i so that the Federal tax on all will entertain with a dinner in L the Colonial town Woman's Club. "For A Good i iI
: Call : tickets may be computed and paid. honor of her visitors, followed bya Community singing and a musical !
: Little damage was done by the dessert at the home of Mrs. W. 1 program will highlight the Jbeet- : Dress Start On
s si I
BARTON'SYou : cool weather to the gardens on Weckerle on Osceola Ave. I Ing. A lunch will be served by the 2/n

Benefit By Our 25 i last week's Garden Tour and 10 11 I'C.Mrs. Leonard Dyer is entertain- social committee, headed by Mrs. ; _
i Years Experience I t days remain before the next one( ing two successive Sundays at her I F. G. Newhart.nr. I 1 Summer It's"PENNEY'S. e
: Next to Colony Theatre i on March 20. when the Barber f Lake Fairview home in honor of I
i Winter Park 93 Andrews. McKean and McKinney I, Miss Sybil Deucher. who is visit- f fa
gardens all on Interlachen Ave> : ing In her home, and Mr. and When you need a -J
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Mrs. Samuel Meeker and Mr. and LOCKSMITH >
The Winter Park police depart- Mrs. Gorham Hubbard. I Can ; *
ment has been very helpful in ij I The public Is Invited to attend r 1 I -
putting up street-markers show- the lecture and reception tomorrow SILVER KEY 5 % .
Ing the route of the tours and I I evening at the Congregation- ..tA'L.Phone.. %-406% of
i also in keeping traffic running al-Christian Church. Dr. Schulz r.r.Arme 35 Lock Co. 4 EMBROIDERED
W. Jefferson
smoothly despite the hundreds of will review "East River.? St.
cars which made the first two I ) ;
The Women's Union of the h 1
i ROOFING SHINGLES tours. Congregational-Christian Church tu;; y ONLY AT PENNY'SCAN
Telephone calls and letters from i : will meet TuwhYlth Circle 2 I YOU FIND SUCH EYELET
many parts of Central Florida i in charge. Mrs. Eugene R. Smith INSECTSCall VALUES! SUCHQUALTTF.
$ 15.50 per sq.L have poured into the Chamber of f will discuss "Thy Neighbor of :
Commerce asking about thesepopular Every Color" and Mrs. John Hall
t.: T. JERNIGAN tours. I of the Hungerford School will BOTTE. one of Central 1
SHEET There will be a Kappa Benefit '.sing Tea will be served and all Florida's biggest and best Exterminating PIQUES
METAL WORKS Bridge on Tuesday afternoon at t P friends are invited. companies. Cus-
t 70 Alexander PL Phone '7427 the Trismen home proceeds to be I Mrs. Charles B. Hurrey win be tomers protected under $5,000
'used to defray convention Bond. Licensed and insured.
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