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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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___ I a HALF A MILLION PEOPLE B .with, I ; I

I Ms75i1.rsdius.tO1s.s.ti. I I IN YOUR SENTINEL-STAR TODAY
cntincLtar I I
orea which mates 24 per c*.t .* 1lrfj.nb' t I
florida's livestock product*. 56 per. I State Page 5 Theaters, Page 24
I
I Sports 6-7 I
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L__ 715 a Privilege to Live in Central Florida The World's Most Beautiful; Place for Abundant Living. I______


NO. 709 c ORLANDO.. FLORIDA. FEBRUARY 16. 1947 FORTY PAcES
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( Rollins To Open FLORIDA SOLON TO QUIT OFFICE .. I I President May


% Hendricks Not To Be 66 Reported Killed In


Founders Week i End EmergencyBefore


., Candidate in 1948 '

Fete TomorrowAnimated ; July 31 Two Airliner Crackups



RetirementCongr.
Plans
MagazineSet Wartime Laws Doom

for Seen In 11 MonthsWASHINGTON ,
Saturday Joe Hendricks of DeLand, an orphan at 14 who I

Rollins College tomorrow rose to the U. S. Congress in 1936, yesterday announced [AP] Pres- The Magic Touch of Central Florida GoHistory's Worst

will begin the celebration of that; he would not be a candidate in the primaries next ident Truman plans to declare

its 62nd anniversary with an year and would retire as 5th District representative upon the national emer- ; ', ,

eight day Founders Week completion of'his fifth term in 1949. gency ended before July 31,

program that will includethe '* Hendricks. who won his high a high official disclosed yesterday Aviation Crash

famed Animated Magazine the post just two years after gradua- erasing most of 105 war-

world premiere of Harold Sher t.,, tion from Stetson University law time laws then or six months later. .

man's "MarkTwain" starring Fred ,., school. said he feared impairmentof Meantime the official said. Mr. S Iv1' Claims 50 Lives

_ Stone the mid-Winter convocationand IL his health If he continued Truman expects to send to Congress '

Alumni Day. r longer as a Congressman.He within the next fortnight a ...

An exhibition of contemporary : 4r added that he was making message recommending permanent -'\ Egyptian Princess

Am rican painting at 2 pjn. tomorrow his retirement announcement extension of such laws as he deems

will open the program. .at this time so ".,. necessary. )' Dies As Plane Hits SeaBy

followed by the General Charles friends will have ample \
opportunity This legislative job can be : [ United PrassiSixtysix' ]
9licJ ;
McCormick Reeve Literary and : to carefully select the completed daring the present ?

Oratorical contest at Knowles 1 : man whom they wish to rep session the official said. Thereupon -... L.s: \\ .I persons were
I .
Memorial chapel at 3:30: p.m., t.. ;.:: 1 1I resent them In the U. S. Congress .J Mr. Truman "can seriously 1 killed in two airliner crashes

Tuesday will be climaxed by In the future." 1 consider ending the emergency on'as many continents

the opening of "Mark Twain" Hendricks' statement follows: before the adjournment this % yesterday, according to unofficial -

at Annie Russell Theater at 8:15 "My election to the U. S. Congress i Summer." / reports on hand this

pm..1rlth Stone In the title role. In 1936. and subsequent reelections White House advisers have derided morning.A .

Many national and local: celebrities I are evidence of the : that the "state of emergen- four-motored DC-4 passenger

have made reservations for amazing opportunities which the I cy" can be terminated before the plane of the Colombian Avianca

the premiere. Including Stones United States offers.to anyone. I war itself is officially ended. An Airlines smashed into a cloud-

daughter Paula and her husband was an orphan at 14. and; had I' additional 250 or more laws basedon shrouded 9,000-foot peak 30 miles

Michael Sloane Broadwaycoproducers. nothing to start with. I fought ill I "the duration of the war." or northwest of Bogota Colombia,

health and worked my way ,, some limited period thereafter and a mountain village mayor said

Alumni will return to the through grammar school. high would remain in force. all of the 50 persons aboard had

campus on Saturday and take over school and seven years of college.I The endof-emergency message Oj been killed.

the college for the day. Miss Au- was elected to Congress In 1936. will cover powers granted under ,-., _, I .' JEijc ,? .j' /; 'I An Italian Government trans
;_ ; j
d,7
rora McKay. alumni secretary. just two years after graduation. I both the "limited" emergency declared I'\bl.----- o19 "L.L j port plane. en route from Rome to

said that arrangements were being' JOE HENDRICKS was re-elected five times subse- on Sept. 8. 1939. just after Cairo crashed into the Tyrrhen

\I i made to welcome over 200 grad- will retire quently without losing a single the outbreak of war overseas, and ian Sea killing all persons aboard,

uates and former students. The I county in'the Democratic Primary.I the full emergency proclaimedMay : reported unofficially to be 16 in

annual luncheon at the student: am intensely grateful to a democracy 27, 1941. after the German ii / number. Including Egyptian Princess

center at 1 pjn. will feature the : State Citrus which offered me this sweep of Europe.A 2121Motofov Anina Faal 50 a cousin of
day. George Fuller of AlaI ,
Mobile.
opportunity and to my friends large number of laws were King Faruk L
will serve as toastmaster. During i Prices Hiked who bestowed this
repeatedly written to expire either at the The Colombian crackup was
the day alumni will elect their !
honor upon me. end of the emergency or the the worst commercial airline

officers for the next year. "The office which I have held war. These. Government legal disaster' In history.
The 20th annual edition of the During Week
Animated Magazine will Ii has been very difficult. but has officials said, should be inter- The big DC-4, carrying 46 pass-

another star-studded cast of present LAKELAND [AP] Despitea had its compensations In the preted as ending with the war engers. Including several American
con- knowledge of achievement and Instead of the .
emergency.The businessmen. and four
crew mem
tributors on Saturday. I price slump Friday the
personal favors, accomplished for proposed pattern of decon- bees from Barranquilla to Bogota.
William O. Douglas associate auction markets paid more
those In need.
trol for the "emergency" statutes plowed into towering Mount Ta
justice. U. S. Supreme Court for Florida oranges last t "As early as 1942. it was-my desire will follow generally that used by blazo and reportedly rolled into a.

will head the list. rapp rUd >y week than at any time since to retire from Congress.. as the President in his proclamation canyon.

such distinguished personalities the first weeks of the current many of my close friends well I t -I: The mayor of Supata telephoned -
Jwo
as W T. Holliday. president Continued .. Page 2. CoL 6] I I Avianca officials that the
season. I Continued on Pare Z-Col. S] Price of Wheat wreckage had been located and
Standard Oil Co.. of Ohio Ales- Blasts IF
I The week's.average for all typesof ( Fair To Stress that all aboard had been killed.
ander W. Weddell.former U.8. ArmrWill Help Soars to Highest
Florida oranges (.82
Ambassador to Spain and Argentina was $ on Ft. Wayne Fire I The death ton exceeded the

ti. Fred Stone and prob sales of 431 ears. To End Britain's Advance in Years worst previous crash-that of

ably; his daughter Paula. Joe Friday's drop of 71 cents Out Of Control Acheson Air Beverage Field Newfoundland an American Airlines last plane October In
caused some shippers to wonder Fuel CHICAGO (API) Urgent demand
Tinker the basebal Immortal If the effect .f the freeze was FORT WAYNE Ind. (AP] A Shortage for wheat and flour by foreign when 39 persons were killed.

Eldridge Haynes. publisher.Mod- ended.' three-alarm fire was burning out LONDON [DPI The Govern- LONDON [AP] The Mos- countries yesterday caused pricesof [Soecra! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star Among the passengers reportedon
can Business James B. carey of control early today In the heart the essential bread grain to board F.
ment yesterday called on the cow radio reported last night WINTER HAVEN dem- were Campbell. O. R.
that the
I One explanation was soar spectacularly In the nation'smarkets.
secretary treasurer CIO Dr.I Gomez and H. B.
of the business section here. Army to help break Britain's fuel that Soviet Minister onstration of citrus dis- Burton.Tropical
Kathryn Abbey Hanna, Florida panicky feeling among Northern Foreign juice Oil Co.. officials and Carlos Hub-
The fire started at the Standard
historian and many others. buyers was that a certain shortage Rug and Linoleum Co. buildinglast crisis ordering hundreds of Molotov had protested to the Highlighting the upturn was a pensing machines will be man and J. K. Huf endiek of the
trucks manned by troops to start gain of more than 7 cents a
On Monday night Feb. 24. Rol waJin prospect had calmed some- night and spread through the hauling coal Monday direct from U. S. Embassy in Moscow bushel. largest for any one day coupled with Johnnie Olsen's Texas Other Petroleum Co.
what,and that the feverish desireto Hillman China store into Row- American passengers said
to plants and gas since before the war, in wheat for
mines power attitude
lins facultstaff and students against thehostile" "Ladies Be Seated" radio to be aboard
lands Furniture Co. store. were Harold Rico-
get fruit at any price was tapering works. I I future delivery on the Chicago
will don- academic garb, as the off. All available fire fighting equip- The crisis was easing gradually ''shown iy Undersecretary of State Board of Trade. Cash wheat show as top features during the j j ward. W. L. Whon. Marcel Cam-
bestows ment was sent to the blaze. Acheson before Senate hear- r Florida Citrus 1 marey. Henry Holtzheim Louis
college honorary degreeson in London but danger still existedin Dean jumped as much as 5 cents a Exposition which
several prominent.Americans Offerings Friday were the the Midlands and Yorkshire. Ing. I bushel at Kansas City. opens here tomorrow for six days', Mardoh Clarette Mardon L. E3.
i involved
Lectures. archaeological lecturesand' heaviest In a month'with 73 cars I'Push-Button' Transport I Army trucks will begin a shuttle i The report Acheson's said remark the protest on Feb.- In a hectic. active trade In the and nights. j| loitt. Glenn Chander and Blum
arriving and was substantially Daynow. Thier home addresseswere
from mines to plants Chicago wheat pit. March wheat
an exhibit;recitals and service hearing on With wide interest in the development -
Senate
many above the average. Texas grape- Disclosed by Air Forces throughout the principal towns 10 during a shot up f.o the peak level for any not immediately available.
Lilien-
other events also .arescheduled fruit lifted a little with an aver- and cities there Monday morning. the appointment of David wheat future contract since 1920. of the
during the week.Patterson age of $2.50 this week comparedwith WASHINGTON [UP] Army Air The fuel and power ministry reported thal as chairman of the U. S. At one time March wheat was up I beverage field as The Weather

$2.11 last week. Forces last night announced development that coal stocks were beginning Atomic Energy Commission.from Sen. 9% cents, but the price dropped an outlet for part#',.v,""

Cites Budget "Inferior oranges were worth controlled of"push-button"an automatically-trans- I to rise in London. McKellar In reply to D-Tennl.a question the radio more than 2 cents in the final I of Florida's surf ORLANDO AND VICINITY:

$4.6 a box on the average dar stated. MRUI>Sia's minutes. .' : Fair weather and little change
port which they predicted wouldbe said. Acheson plus citrus pro-
ing the week against $2.76 the I (See markets on page 101] in temperature through tomorrow -
Cut Peril to Troops week before. the final preventive of bad President Flies Home foreign policy Is aggressive and duction. the machines t ,
"
weather air crashes. The transport expansionist. "
WASHINGTON IUP1 Secretaryof Indian River shippers received a four-engined C-54 may be I To Injured Mother "On Feb. 14," said the Moscow Reich Priest Killed to dis- : LAKELAND CAP) The Federal-
War Patterson said last nIght $534 against $3.28 last week. controlled electronically from broadcast. "The Minister of Foreign !i Confiscation pense six ounces: State Frost Warning Service forecast -
that sharp cuts in oerman. Japanese -i The overall average was ".82 take-off to landing. GRANDVIEW. Mo. LAP Pres. Affairs of the USSR. V. ),I. Protesting :of ice-cold juice fair and mild weather for
and Korean food rations compared to $2.94 last week. Truman worried about his moth- Molotov dispatched a note to the | Frankfurt I API A German into a paper cup. peninsular Florida today with no
California also reaped advantage French Price Cut er's hip fracture. flew in from Ambassador of the U.s.A. in Mos- ,. priest the Rev. Erich Blink, who frost danger through Tuesday
caused by proposed military budget Sought 1 will be placed in]
found her ,
from Florida's temporary absence Washington yesterday. cow. Gen Bedell Smith. stating assaulted an American soldier and morning..
reductions could lead to,starva from the market. Its week- PARIS [UP] Premier Paul Ra- condition satisfactory and decided that the Soviet Government drawsto |I a Polish guard in protest against permanent loca- I *
tion. unrest and bloodshed adding i ly average was $5.03 against 3.87 madier sought yesterday to rush to fly back to the White attention of the U. S. Govern- I the removal of requisitioned furniture tions b7 Polk
that U. S. officials abroad are: the week before. through another arbitrary five per House today. ment to the Inadmissible behaviorof I, from a house at Durlach Packing Co. and! 'Cracker Jim Sez:
100 million Florida grapefruit showed gains. cent price cut in the hope that it The 94-year-old Mrs. Martha Mr. Acheson who-despite his near Karlsruhe was shot and killed other Interests. Snlvely I Ole Jim Weatherbee is shore
controlling persons. The seeded variety was worth $3.35 would ease the threat of a pro- E. Truman may be out of bed official position-allowed himselfto by the Polish guard the Army 'goin to be mity happy this week
with fewer than 500,000 troops. compared with $2.14 last week and longed general strike by five million within six weeks because of her make at the Senate a declar- reported last night Exposition Pres. John A. SnivelyJr. ,with the sun a
th.e seedless $4.30 against $2.85. civil service employes. will power. BrIg Gen. Wallace ation which was a gross slander Provost Marshal's office said the said. !"I"shlnin again. He
Tonight's Movies Tangerines were up nearly a dollar Graham. the President's personal and hostile to the Soviet Union. priest apparently was mentally The Florida citrus industry Is was downrite
at $3.98 last week compared announced after a deranged. I
BEACHAMH" T Had My War. 100.: Cudahy Scion Dies 1 physician i The report said the note contained "ready right now" to go Into the miserable last
I with $484 this week. I three-doctor consultation.I .
3:10.: 6'20. 1:30.: 5:40.: week with that -
I "a request on the partof five cent beverage field with Its I
RO*- "M I H.d MT Wa.- 1:00. 3:10. HOLLYWOOD IAP1 Michael J.I, Spy Plot Figure Balked I cold weather and
'20. 730.! <0. Cudahy 38. scion of I the Soviet Government that I
Set the canned and reconstituted citrus
Jewish
United
COLONY: -imiuuon of Lift. aw.. Appeal packing family and son of I II Pauley Sees RussiaCooperation the Government of the X'nitfd OTTAWA [UP] John Grierson, ; I them rains. Said
8-00: i is. ':jjCAMCO WASHINGTON API The Unit States should be informed" of wartime Canadian information Juices In competition with colas them fat eatin J
Cudahy. former US. Ambassadorto
: ; -r. Ha o and Hara Wot. a.OO. ed Jewish appeal for $170 million Belgium, died late last in ReichNEW the protest.tin I chIef who was questioned In con- 'i and other soft drinks Snlvely cattle of hlsin
S 3:.SO. ':45. 745.: 945. for the relief rehabilitation and night of nection with the recent Soviet said. 'weren't goin to 4."L
GRAND: The Cr.Iu Trafl." 100. 1.S00.0)0Jews a cerebral hemorrhage and a ORLEANS (AP] Russia Washington. two membersof j be fitten to skin
3 04. 1:01.: 1 10. >:IS. "Traffic IB CWma." resettlement of Europe's chronic liver ailment in a local atomic spy plot has been refused "There has been a lot of talkabout
other
1:55. 4 00. 'OS. '10. 10:18. will begin Feb. 22, Henry hospitaL will co-operate with the the Senate Atomic Committee a quota visa for residence In the the Florida citrus industrygetting fore long if the sun didn't come
RIALTO *T4, Darllnc Clemeotliw. Morgenthau Jr. general chairmanof great powers in the economic came to Acheson's defense last United States it was learned yes- into the beverage field in out so that pasture grass could git
I 00. 3 40. 30.. 9 U,. "abadowi Over the drive announced last night. recovery of Germany. Edwin W. night. Chm. Hickenlooper lR-la.l terday. I to growin. Them catUe Just wont
CJuaatawn.- 445.: 730. 1020.: Anti-Trust Head Quits PaUley. U. S. reparations commissioner said he thinks Acheson put into Col. graze thats
BABY ORAND -Arrowimttb." S:00. p (Continued on Page 2- II) on grass teen frozen
4 45.! J5. 10.20. let I Oo Stt&dJ.- 3.45. 39 Saved From Ship I WASHINGTON TAP Wendell predicted here yesterday.But words "what is apparent to any I War Correspondent Killed I I and under water to boot.
-.J4. 9 is Berge. assistant Attorney General he sad, accord will come impartial observer of Russia's actions -+
\'OG riLAntel On Sty Shoulder T 3:30. LST PARIS [ 'Truman to Broadcast
6'50. 10 15: -Earl CairoO Sketchbook.-: HONOLULU tAPl An rescued in charge of the anti-trust divi- II only. "in time with difficulty. and program while Sen. API Maurice Martin TODAYS TIDIES
:200. t 20. 145: !! all 39 persons from the I sion. resigned last night. effective I Germany he explained. is economically Johnson [D-Colo.l commented 1 : 25. correspondent for the Paris I i I WASHINGTON rAP Pres Truman Dayton Boach Vido. Huh 4' a m
DRIVEINWlf. ., Mont* CrUto" stranded 3.389-ton freighter Lake May 1. After 17 years' service in in distress now and "she that he believes the Russians "are newspaper France-Soir was killed will make a five-minute radio pm and, 4.49 p DI. Low 10.41 am and 19 4*
CLERMONT: Thr* WUw FooU t
DELANO DREKA, "Out California Sapor on a reel 50 miles south of> I the Justice DepU. Berge will become must be treated as an economic putting the wrong inference on yesterday while 1 accompanyingFrench address for the annual Red Cocoa SeacI, Tide; Huh 4 40 C m. sad
Way" aDelW.DI" For Murd.r.IU15T1S .*." 'I Iwo Jima yesterday the Navy an- a partner in a Washingtonand J I unit" to forestall chaos. what he Acheson 1 said"MOSCOW troops in an attack on the ,Cross drive at 10 pjn [EST] Fri- j! 4.59 pm Lev 11 01 am. and lOSS pm.
: SckMtian I"W Tides Hub 4 "i
: "No Leave No Love I I a m
I
CROVELAND -Holiday In XJMlro" nounced. New York law firm. I III I i I Viet-Namese in Indo-China. day Feb. 28. i'an... 4 S4 p m.: Low 1O-5 a m and. 10.MSun
HAINES CITY: Lone Star Moonlight: 500 Arabs Loot Steamer DPI Writer Ivan pm.
and "BtoDdie Knows '*t.- I ..*..... Ekes' 102. sett 41 IT
KISSIVMEJE.Make Mine Mule." LOOMIS GIVEN 12 MONTHS LONDON IUP1 More than 500 Ermashev in the Russian political ENGLAND CHANGES PLANS ON FRUIT LOCAL VCMPEDATUHCSMaximum ,
LEBSBCRO: -Caesar and Cleopatrm. I magazine New Times yesterday attacked 72 Minimum 4*:
FAIN 3iuio Steps Out..OUNT ." Arabs armed with daggers and I am- _____u_ U 1 pm--------- 79
U. S. in the
Riw.. Rcnetadra DORA: "Lady Luck" and "Red rifles swarmed aboard the Egyp- Arctic aggressive.maneuvers charging that 3:2am.------a m _______ 52 52 3:2pm--------PJB __ 724pm. 10
as
Britain PurchaseOf ..... ______ .__Uh.. '
Mex 4.
8ASTORDM Darllnt Clementine'BT Leader of Race-Hating tian steamer Star of agroundat I they transformed the Arctic intoa Suspends S2 -- 71
CLOUD"Time Of Their Liv..." Group 5.m. _______ M 9-rn-------- 11am.
.. the entrance to the Gulf of
Li. WINTER GARDEN: An.*l On 10nld. "theater of imperialistic machi- ____ 50 ep-rn---------
,".- 01:),(. -Flteht T. Nowhere- Oman Friday night looting the nations" and posed a threat to the 7 am. ___u___ 48 T pu. ____ M
Beaten LAKELAND: PALACERoll--: POLK: On."East Texa Side MOO Of.- Found Guilty on Riot Charge ship and forcing the crew to aban- I peace and security of the world. Florida Valencia Oranges i : :::.. ====: u 47 5 9pm.p:n.: :=:-==-_- 61 it10am
ana, : Down Missouri W.UU: "No- don it under threat of death. a The article accused the U. S. of _uu M U PIlL __ S7
,
t ATLANTA [AP] Homer L. Loomis Jr., secretary of message said yesterday.to Lloyd's from Karachi attempting to obtain dominationover I iSpe':cl' to The Sunday ientmel-Star) Moon 11 am :::.::..:: 63 67VCMPCMATUCCS t I 11 MidalihI pjn -:-- 5$4Itat..p $
Arctic air and routes. To
sea LAKELAND-Negotiations by the British food mission
1947rebruazsfl947sl the'anti-N egro. anti-Jewish Columbians, Inc., was convicted do so. it said American propagandists -! CLSCWHCDCHi
I yesterday of incitement to riot in a case which stemmed have invented a new geogra- for the purchase of one million boxes of Florida Valencia -' ', Law I I StatMn M.,$ LawAtevna
; S 23 I LmriavlUc :'e 2iAtbrrtB
MMVW ttw fH JII. from the beating of a Negro passing through a white residential Charter phy which "is something like a I oranges have been suspended because of fruit price SO, 33 tluaphu M., 41
16 17 i8zo 1L1 section.The > --:-- ,, wA new edition of the geo-politics of 'increases following the recent freeze, Marvin H. Walker Atlanta CT 43 99 _42 I Miami MettaUaa IS t jAtrnttc .>TBiraiacfcaa
German imperialists. I *7 32'' Mtaa-ST V. 34 i2
of the Florida Citrus Producers Trade
33-year-old organizer of the left. Loomis placed his hand on Service .. secretary-manager I Boat_ 50 35........ 74 43
23 24 25 26 27 28 hate group was sentenced by Fulton his son's shoulder smiled and said. 1f'r-: Assn., said yesterday. Baffajo U 34 Keat&omeTY II 64Buriicaton

Superior Court Judge Clarke "I am sure the office of the Columbians Arms Cut Study Nears Walker revealed that most details I I Citrus Producers Trade Assn. and U" 34 301 Sew New Orle8U York 75 tor "34 47Chattacoogs
1947 Jn arcl 1tJ4TThe Edwards Jr.. to serve 12 monthsin will be kept open while NEW YORK (AP] The newly-I of a purchase agreement with l the United Growers and Shippers Chicaco 34JO: IfvfolJc 99 34Ctj.ci.n&tl
a public works camp. created United Nations Commission the British been worked out 3t! 38 PSIiadlpbls 4S 38ae..Jaad
gone.- ba4
you are
SM... Assn.. Walker said and the Producers 34 33 I'heeaia 13 43
2WoW /K Set The defendant's father. Homer When Judge Edwards asked If to strip down the world's several days before the freeze and DaJIaa 16 38 P1a9ursh 4a 38
1 L. Loomis. New York lawyer immediately he had a statement. Loomis replied '_-thaw-TO (W armaments will begin its momen- that the fruit was to have been act as Trade agent Assn.for an had shippers agree*}desiring to-, beaver DrwviS :62 38:11 33: PanIa'd IUdUDoDcI lie. t2 61 2.33Dufgth
filed notice of appeal. "Is there anything to be t tous task within two weeks authoritative loaded on British boats at Jacksonville 23 Ii t- i.ouis !: H
to participate in the business .
2 Bond set at $2.000. gained by making a statement?" sources said yesterday. Fort with the : El Paw 67 33 i An too'o!
34 5678 was GRIFFIN i I and Pierce :Port Worth 75 43 I 8 FraneiKO! 61 48GarrratM
However Loomis Sr. was un- Judge Edwards answered. "I do |I Pres. Truman is expected to name first boat to be loaded at Jacksonville 71 I Bxaiuun 71 34
'
9 10 11.12 13 14E3 able to raise the bond Immediately not know" and then sentenced tu'tUfL.t 7 I Warren R. Austin. Security Coun bezinning Feb. 24. would The have price paid which for the Valencia British JackMOnO CUT 71 M 31 37 I Tamp Snttte. '$;}t 41Knozrlllo 45Kauu
; and the convicted man was led Loomis saying "I have to enforce 1 l delegate, as U. S. Representative. -t The British expected to submita 'I 50 44 Vtcko..v 7O 32
to the Just before he the law.- UtUo Bock TU'\ < Waaftlaxtva f 1)
county jail. .
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1>>age 2 ij; t &unhttg & Orlando, Florida, February 16, 1947 I Show Producer Prefers : a general Nineteen 10 per House cent increase.Democrats I Yugoslav l Claim Tabooed

f! blasted the proposed $6 billion LONDON tAPJ.The Four-Power

, Tension Still budget slash on the ground that it Deputy Foreign Ministers Council
Fair To StressBeverage Joe HendricksWill might hamstring Secretary of overrode Russian protests yesterday -
To Gi rls
Pachyderms State Marshall at Moscow, while and voted three: to one againsta
Sen. Vandenberg IR-Mich.J ex-
Remains High i Yugoslav claim'for 1000 square
pressed "fear" it would mean dis
miles of Austrian Cartnthia,
1 Field Retire NEW YORK [AP] John Murray Anderson, an other- armament. Rep. Hendricks [Fla.]
In Holy Land wise rational show producer, says he would Lather work was among the Democrats signing I
with elephants than with showgirls. the minority report of the House-
|
1 JERUSALEM (API Two slayIngs Senate Legislative budget committee -
1] Continued From Page ] Anderson will leave tomorrow for Sarasota Fla.
r [Continued From Pare a kidnapping one arson attempt ? toi I which voted the $6 billion
and 1944.e rehearse the 1947 production of the Ringling Bros. Barnum :
"competition with soft drinks. and py.9sY know. However, in 1942 and other violence markedthe trim.Two
t :|'we believe we have the answer and were engaged in a struggle to traditionally quiet Jewish and'Bailey Circus. 0 Republicans-\andenberg AllINOHEWEARNG
"For weeks I've been telling the
, .that it will be fully proven next defeat the Axis nations. In 1946 Sabbath yesterday in the Holy I girls" he said yesterday "how and Sen. Hickenlooper [Ia.1-
:.week when citrus men and the and Sen. Russell ID.-Ga.] appear
we were facing the staggering much I am looking forward to Emergency End
Land.
to hold the to Senate
, S public at large wm be given ant key EASE!
opportunity to sample the various problems of reconversion to a Tension remained high in an- working with the elephant : confirmation or rejection of \
.. )kinds of juice from mechanical peacetime economy. In each instance ticipation of underground retail- ,I "Elephants never" forget showgirls i David E. Lilienthal and his-associates .
dispensers." Snively said 3 3E I felt it my duty to remain iation following confirmation of always do. on the new Atomic
'The Florida Citrus Exposition I. death sentences for three young Among the many reasons An- Seen by July 31 I Energy: Commission.The .
until those objectives -
excellent proving on the job Jews convicted of carrying arms. derson listed for preferring the
i gives us an : [ United Press reportedMhata
, ground for these machines which had been attained. The war Assassins' guns cut down an ponderous ;jaehrdenas were Senate poll revealed
have been fully tested in actual 9tL 11 over and by January 1949. the I Arab in Jaffa and a Jew in near- punctuality discipline a perfect (Continued From Page 1] i: that 46 Senators favor confirming last Tight
by Bne Brok. sense of rhythm no jealousy,
believe
I provide operation the and answer which for we at least a end of my present term in Congress At Peta Tikva. a few miles and no trouble with the elephant ending hostilities on Dec. 31, it Lilienthal as commission chairmanor
greater part of the Florida citrus I feel that the problems of northwest of Jaffa two masked 's feet. was reported. are inclined to favor him on the
I surplus problem." 'econversion will have been solved. Jewish youths armed with ma- "And" he added with a flourish, This wiped out some 53 powers basis of present evidence before
While preparations were being : Therefore with heartfelt gratitude chineguns and pistol entered a I "when an elephant gets tempera- 20 of them immediately-including the Senate Atomic Committee
safe and "forcibly abducted" Michael the authority to seize strike- hearings] y.i .
made for placing the automatic x mental they shoot It. Civilization
I juice machines exposition officials I for your kindness.. I want to Tanouri, another Jew offi- unfortunately, has not yet reached bound plants-and 33 others at The House Committee on un-
:were predicting that with an even say to my thousands of friends. I cials said. The incident was believed I the stage where one can shoot a some later date, like: the high excise American Activities is seeking to
break in the weather "we will i win not be'a candidate to succeed connected with recent encounters I shopgirl." taxes on furs and amusements i find out how Gerhard Eisler,
I break all existing attendance myself in the primaries next year. between Jewish groups Anderson also remembered one which expire June 30. : described as Moscow's No 1 agent ALLDMLOHGHERRIHG ;
records i iJ "I make this announcement for urging violence against the British last point of contrast between the In some cases, like the latter'in the U. S. managed to get the

:. The show set an all-tune recordof x two reasons: First although my and those denouncing terrorism.At 1 elephants and showgirls. one Mr. Truman asked Congressto passport::; that brought him into
118.000 last year and Generals health is nOt now seriously im- Haifa principal port city of "Elephants all have long natural write new legislation replacing this country. EftSEl
Mgr. Phil E. Lucey says he can paired. it would be if I continuedin Palestine, unknown persons set eyelashes." he said. the old. I Sen. Flanders [R.-Vt.1 called for i \
see "at least 200.000 attendance Congress longer; second. I want fire to the Hosomer Hatzair Club In the case of the "emer en I I Republican support of the Admin- I
; this year." my friends to have ample opportunity an organization strongly opposing I I WAA To Earmark More 'cy" laws however, the President : iteration's reciprocal trade pro-
Two new landings have teen to carefully select the) man terroristic tactics.In may wait for Congress to act 'gram but Sen. Butler IR.-Neb. This new Sonotone with
I added to the exhibit area and whom they wish to represent themin the all-Jewish city of Tel Surplus for Veterans before issuing the proclamation. argued that under this system the "Magic Key" wires the great-
i the amphitheater seating capael the U. S. Congress in the fu- Aviv which adjoins Jaffa. Maurice WASHINGTON [UP] War Assets Government officials said the United States is a heavy loser. eat problem of all-in-one hewing -
l ity has been trebled. >: ture. Cohen a custodian was injured Administration announcedlast end of the war could be proclaimed ,I The National Assn. of aids! Firtt-wear it with
-- Snively said a preliminary Inspection y .4 "As for my future. I have two seriously when a booby trap ex- night plans effective March either by the President or bya asked Manufacturers batteries tniidt-no battery
of the four exhibit.build- : offers. of which would mean ploded in the basement of a build joint resolution of Congress, Congress t* nt- cord*. Second-whenever vou
J. one 1, to set aside more surplus war ; bw industry-wide bargaining want add Ion-l .
signed by the President. infc EXTRA
indicated "we will have the Ing. Police said the basement had
than
ings to financially even
more me for who will
goods veterans now
: ; and prohibit interferences in POWER and
1. been occupied by two Jews They hold that a "concurrent"resolution UT up to % in
exhibits x- young
finest citrus ever pre- office. I also have the
"" 9. my present I establish their'eligibility merelyby
1 I labor battery co.t.1See !
,,, ; disputes.
sented in the State representingthe "<.f; opportunity to practice law with until six months ago. and since presenting discharge certifi- of Congress not carry ,
State's biggest industry and THE MODERN streamlined one of two of the finest firms In then had been locked. ing the Chief Executives signa-I At the same time Rep. Landis the Sensational
reflecting its growth and Importance I architecture of Marine Studios the State. I will return to Florida I cates.War Assets Administrator Rob- ture, would probably suffice for .. IR-Ind[ said "its a cinch" the
to Florida economic fades when the symmetry of mod- and decide what I shall do later. U.S. 'Mystery' Alert ert M. LJttlejohn said his aim was most statutes but not all of them. House Labor Committee will approve -: NEW SONOTONEwith
Florida'sfamous For most international nine major labor law
welfare. ern beach apparel and "This announcement does not to give every veteran a chance to purposes,
The Florida citrus industry will models enter the picture. terminate my active interest in Cancelled in Germany buy something from war surplusfor the actual signing of a peace I' changes including some curbs on "MAGIC KEY"
I
receive an publicity break with This two-piece two-tone Jantzen of State treaty would be required. j strikes and picketing.
politics the welfare my FRANKFURT [API The U. S. his own use. Most regular surplus I
the "The Ladies Be Seated" radio suit is worn by Miss Co Lorenz of and the nation. My Interest win Army in Germany announced last I sales are for business only. Elsewhere on the Capital scene: I And Sen. Murray tD.-Mont.1 let
show to be broadcast over ABC Gables.Britain. Sen. Wherry [Neb]. the it Sonotone of Orlando
Coral continue and my name may possibly night it had cancelled an unexplained Repub- be known that he will reofferthe
coast-to-coast network of 202 stations again appear on the ballot."I alert for 28 American Cape Cod's now-famous cran- lican whip predicted Senate approval Wagner-Murray-Dtngell bill 611 Metcalf Bldq.
from the show grounds each wish to thank this newspaperfor transport planes and declared berry industry dates from 1816. for the proposal by Sen. I compulsory health insurance Telephone: 2-2101
day at 3 pjn. The broadcast will Will carrying this message to the mysteriously that "the emergency when one Henry Hall became the Buck IR-Dell to end all rent which aroused a storm last session G. F. Cooper Consultant
stage II
be from the amphitheater
people. apparently has passed. first successful cranberry grower. controls in 10 months and allow i but never reached a vote.
surrounded on two sides by orange
rrnwM facing the expositiongrounds

Silver. and backing up-on. Lake'I' Not Citrus -

Units of the 82nd Airborne Buy
Division complete with gliders

and mortars mobile machine guns already radio [Continued From Page 1] .
equipment :
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have arrived on the exposition: ... I o. ,0 _:.:= '. ... ,.:
oranges was not announced. but .;.-..M :.. _t::
grounds as a public exhibit. : .
The Navy is sending! an exhibit Walker aald it was lower than "' '
.
and recruiting team featuring a fruit values which have prevailed -
model scale layout of Tokyo Bay since the freeze so that -
showing all the Allied naval -.' .
strength at the time of the the negotiations had to be suspended -
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of the Jap surrender on signing at least for the present ,. : :1 >; _. 1 1t

Missouri.Special days will be observed. ,and the .British boat diverted *. ... ,
elsewhere.The ; -
Tomorrow is listed as tourist .' '; {
JayCee and Queen Contest. day: British Food Mission was ': ..
Tuesday, canners: and associated represented in the negotiationswith >.::
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industries day; Wednesday. Mayo .
' and fruitmen's day; Thursday, the Florida industry by ; -V. .

fraternal and civic organizationday I Charles'Lewis, director of .its fruit .
; Friday. Governors and press and vegetable branch and CharlesW.
day and Saturday, children's day. I
The queen contest will be staged ,. Dibttens. both from London.

tomorrow night with coronation I Mr. Lewis returned to the United .
.
ceremonies the following night. !, Kingdom this week. Mr. Dibbens -; -
With citrus as the theme beautiful I' '.

exhibits are being placed in I I left fop;Washington' yesterday and ; 0 M .. :.*,* U '_ .>}>- .
each of the four buildings The will sa111ohome on March 7.- '.
Florida Canners Assn.. Florida I I While:the United Kingdom has ;/ .; '"
Citrus Exchange and other large E I purchased substantial quantities f-1' 'O ; I
s ,
organizations will have display sections and .
'of canned grapefruit P- ., ; ..
depicting their places in the citrus orange. juice concentrate in Florida .. .,,-,'. : ; !
picture. I' this. season, no fresh Florida
Winter Haven Merchants oranges or grapefruit have been .
Assn. said that it expected a
sold to the British since 1940. ; I
large list of entries for both the, .
Texas sold 200,000 boxes of fresh .t' D
World Championship Grape-
the British last __ '
I grapefruit to 'S
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fruit Throwing Contest and the
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Orange Picking contest booked month when Florida declined its .S.S.S "
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for Wednesday. offer of $2 a box F.AJ3. for this s
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: This is the day also set aside to fruit. _
honor Commissioner of Agriculture The one million boxes of Valen-
Nathan Mayo and gruitmen :: cia oranges sought by the British
:generally.The annual "Fruitmen't Ii were to have been shipped from
:Dinner" also ha been scheduled Florida ports from Feb. 24 to April .
:for Wednesday. I I 21, and were to have been rationed
:S: The entire State Cabinet with to British consumers as are al
:Gov. Caldwell will come here Friday I fresh citrus fruits apples and
: with the press and radio of I bananas.To conserve their dollars

:the State as special guests the British would carry Florida ..
Caldwell will be honored at a
:
fruit only in their own boats. ,
:luncheon and again. at a receptionto
Walker said it might be possibleto
: be staged by the Florida Clubin 0. e
renew the negotiations with the A
the Civic Center. He will also
'appear on the "Ladies Be Seated" British at a later date, but that. .
:radio show. in addition to the problem 01
: The Florida Highway Patrol is price the problem of getting _
sending its big "Safety on the British refrigerated boats to han
:Highway" exhibit here for the dle the shipments was a limiting
,'eell:. factor.
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3 Misses Orlando Florida, February 1 16, 1947 ahr &mdUtR &rntinrl-&tar Page 3 Plenty of Fish Seen
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Available During lent
Dr. Paul H KesslerOptometrist
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Death Twice In Quads BornJ Gov. TalmadgeScores WASHINGTON [API Let the

weatherman do his worst there'll

Rail YardsCINCINNATI F I Ii To Mother 22; still be plenty of fish for Lent 201 Church and Main Arcade(1pstatrI1

which starts Wednesday, the fish phoBe Mil
tUPl "He's the Victory U BO ..swer caD g..r661III
wildlife
and service promised last
One Lives i
luckiest
boy In the worldaald ; night. .
the parents of Donald Hall 3. Quadruplets'were '
here today after he twice narrowly x'. NEW YORK [AP] MTXDNOUGH; Ga. UPI GOV.
'.escaped death under the wheels of LM vfj:2yr''' i born prematurely yesterday Herman Talmadge yesterday won I
a locomotive. f.g i I to Mrs. Raymond Mazzei. 22, but ,
three died a few hours later. another round In the legal battle
It ,Donald's little
was own toy:
:train that nearly brought tragedy. Two boys and one girl died at over the Georgia governorshipwhen OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS!!!

When the train broke. Donald the Park West Hospital about six Superior Court Judge Bond

,his marched home down for a to look the at tracks, the near real '14LUCIUS r..... y hours pital reported.after their Another birth the boy hos-remained ,i Almand upheld his election by the I; So Open The Door, Richar "-
Legislature and ruled that he
alive. was
thing. He went too close. I
,t A locomotive knocked hIm down. The babies died about a half entitled to draw funds from a II
? hour after the mother.Judith said I I$96,000 Executive Department account -I WALK IN at 60g x. Orange and look over our beautiful stock of
he rails
Dazed
lay between the
'
.,. "I always dreamed of the moment i in the Fulton National Bank radios.radio-phonograpk; combinations-portables-table top and
:;,as the whole train passed over
ihlm. Then he started to crawl when they'd put my baby in my ,,of Atlanta. I, consoles. Lovely finished, precision equipment that really reachesout
Almand's ruling similar to and lets favorite without outside interference
arms. Now I don't have enough was your program
right Into the.path of an-
away; f .
;t other locomitive.when a brakeman arms to hold them all. ;I that issued Wednesday by Judge

i.: saw. the 1&4.nd snatched METZ DR. CHRISTOPHER O. HONAAS Physicians said the first-born I[that Walter Hendrix, who also held j NAMES THAT ARE "TOPS" IN RADIO:
Talmadge the
'him from danger. tenor to direct chorus child weighing one pound five was legal Gov-
ounces, remained alive. i i ernor. In another case 10 days ago. Admiral-Majestic-How ard-Emerson-Lear-Philco-Sentinel/ and
| The first train'. wheebbad 1 however. Superior Court Judge !
n The total Minerva by that eye-opening, out- n-front English concern. The
SUMMERS quadruplets weighed
MISS LYDIA a -
J rat his overalls and part .f the I Claude Porter at Rome. Ga.. had
of five at !! Minerva Corporation (the company that pioneered and produced so
contralto pounds three ounces
undercarriage slashed andi ruled that Lt.
Gov. M. E.
Thompson
Bach Festival Set birth. -i much of the radar nd radio equipment for England's neat R.A.f ]
bruised his face and hands butt was the legal Chief Executive.All .
[ The couple has been. married Mrs Minerva's boys have American factories now and are realb oa
there bones.
were n. broken j three cases were being
appealed -
Spirit;" No. 61. "Come Redeemer two years. I I the beam when it comes to the latest improvement in radio.
to the State Supreme Court
Donald was promised a new toy: of Our Race," concludingwith 1

train.with it And hi his he own promised yard. to play To Feb. 27 the "Magnificat"Bach's which most Oren Root Weds which ments the was week expected of March to hear 10.argu-Until DONT TAKE OUR WORD FOR ITII

Open contains some of NEW YORK [API Daphne Dolores j a final decision in the high court t
inspired pages. Mercedes Skouras. daughterof the executive department money Come down to 608 N. Orange and look at the luscious blondewe
Personal Radio The outstanding feature of the' Spyros Skouras. president of will still be tied up despite yesterday's have in the windowtORLANDO
Ranking as one of the major musical events of the Festival will be the "Mass in B the 20th Century-Fox Film Corp, ruling by Almand.

Stations Via South, the*annual Bach Festival of Winter Park will have Minor" which has been called the and Oren Root Jr.. were married i Talmadge who had denounced I

its 12th successive presentation Thursday through Satur- greatest masterpiece of choral mu- I yesterday at the Church of St. I Porter's decision against him as SALES & SERVICE CO.
I sic. It will be given in its entirety Vincent Ferrer. The bridegoomwas "patently collusive. said after
Vest Pocket Seen Rol-
Knowles Memorial at
Feb. 27-March 1 in Chapel
day, In two parts Friday at 3 pjn. and co-qrdinator of the presidential -I yesterday's latest ruling that he
H....... frtllotro' 7:30 I 608 N. ORANGE AYE PHONE: 2-0959
] License- pjn.The for the confident of
COLUMBUS. O. [AP 6 campaign lat WendellL. was victory in the
I
free radio frequencies soon will be Under the baton of Dir. Cbrsto- Bach Festival iety.as Willkie. Supreme Court. I
made available to the public open- pher O. Honaas the choral mas- expanded its program of activityin I --- --
ing the door for personal vest- terpieces of Johann Sebastian behalf of the greater knowledgeand
pocket broadcasting 'stations a a Bach will be interpreted by an im- appreciation of Bach's music
bureau of standards engineer dis- pressive gathering of musical I by opening the Festival for the
closed yesterday. }X' AA forces including, distinguished I first time by invitation only to
Federal Communications com- soloists and instrumentalists from students from colleges throughout ,

mission will open frequencies New York and the Festival Chorusof Florida.A .
around 460 megacycles declaredDr. 130 which includes the Rollins special program will be given r'
Cledo Brunett. 36. Inventor of Y.. Chapel Choir and many of the for them Saturday. March 1. at .
the world's smallest radio station. leading church singers of Winter i 11 a. n, presenting the "Mass in
This he said will enable per- Park and Orlando. I B Minor" [with cuts] by the full .
sons to use his minute broadcastIng Rehearsals have been-in prog- musical forces of the Festival. /
,
unit and his receiving set .J. ress since Fall when Dr. Honaas i This will afford an opportunity of

mounted on a calling card for ::>:)% returned from a sabbatical year's' great educational value to many
maintaining two-way radio communication leave resume charge of the young people who are serious students .
:>;-:::;, var of music.
up to a mile. s )1
institutions which
N AEicng the
Two newcomers will be heard
haVexaccepted the invitation to
$15 Million U.S. in the solo parts: Miss Ruth Diehl, send groups of students are: Rol-
Granted soprano and Lucius Metz. tenor. !lins College Southern College. 1r
Loan Hungary
Both are soloists at St. Barthol- ,I
., ." Lakeland; John B. Stetson University -
:<
WASHINGTON CAP] The Unit- t<:;> ; omews Church. New York and are of
DeLand: University
ed States In a new move to bolster widely: known as concert and oratorio -
"It-i Florida Gainesville; University of
a friendly non-Communist Europ- singers. I Miami Coral Gables; Jacksonville 9's
ean Government extended a sec R Miss Diehl has been a frequent College of Music. Palm Beach Jun-
ond $15 million credit to Hungary:
soloist with the Boston ior College. St. Petersburg Junior
yesterday to buy surplus U. S. war lt7j/
?
rY' Symphony Orchestra and received College Orlando Junior College,
4 material. MISS RUTH DIEHL high praise for her singing Jacksonville Junior College and
The State Department also held
soprano at the Bach Festival in University of Tampa.
out of further economic aid
hope ,
"""Y. Bethlehem in 1945. I Attendance at the Bach Festi-
to what it referred to Hun-
soon as val is reserved for those who participate -
gary's "freely elected" regime. Metz has also won success as
by becoming sponsors, as
I
an effective interpreter of Bach. 1j
tickets sold at the
no
are chapel.
Life Report on Texas h. .:. Miss Lydia Summers. contralto I For information, address the Bach
;':r-; and J. Alden Edkins. baritone.
Festival Society Box 745. Winter r
Campus Cheating Hit t\ both of whom are in much demand -' Park.

AUSTIN TeL IAP1 Dr. JamesC. in the concert and oratorio I'
field, will again take their partsin .
Dolley vice-president of the I Almost 40 per cent of the nation's -1 .
the Festival to which they have 1.
University of Texas yesterday protested hard liquor is sold over the
in a telegram to Life magazine contributed outstandingly in past I bar, a survey by Liquor Publications -
the reprinting of a story: '.*-' : ( seasons.A Inc, indicates. The remain- f r .
about' the distinctive feature of this der is for
cheating on university consumption at home or
campus. Festival will be the playing of four elsewhere.

The reprinted articles was from specially engaged instrumentalistsLois
the Texas Ranger, campus student Wann and ConstantineEpp
humor magazine and was writtenby oboists, and Frederick Wil-
Student Editor John B. Bryson. kins and John A. Petrie flutists.. ALUMINUM 1

Amarillo. Dolley termed the story. These players have established
"Irresponsible." themselves as soloists in orchestraland

chamber music organizations, ROOFINGSee "
and their addition to the Festival
1940 CHEVROLET will heighten the tonal effects of .. .
Cab over Engine Truck the small orchestra and the Your Dealer or .as 4
Thoroughly Reconditioned chapel organ played by Dr. Her- tt
man F. Siewert and Mrs. Jessie Hardware Store
$1095 t.L..
HOLLER CHEVROLET CO. J. ALDEN EDKINS The opening program on Profile Supply Co.
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Ill W. CettrU reL t-4441 baritone Thursday afternoon Feb. 27, at ,
4' 3 P.m, will offer three works U Distributors ..
211 Butt St.
" " new to this FestivaJ.CantatasNo.
.' .: AFL Hails COY. Warren 180. "Beautify Thyself, My
: RADIOS ,
For 'Labor Measures' % STORAGE CAPACITY-240 IBS. (Av.)
: REFRIGERATORS : _
SPRINGFIELD. O. UPI The s FREEZING CAPACITY-37 IBS.IN 12 HOURS

S WASHERS : AFL last night listed California's It. WELDED ALL STEEL CABINET

: NEED REPAIRS? : GOT. Warren a Republican presi- .
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CanBARTON'S a Governors who has proposed SEAMLESS PORCELAIN ENAMEL INTERIOR
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i Nelson Cruikshank, AFL economist i4
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Entered> second-clan at th* Poet Office at
Orlando. Florida under the Let ef March 3d. in*. orchestral talent a wonderful opportunity "Laissez-faire" Is a French phrase which has last vehicle had gone b,.. she exclaimed "That'sthe

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Subscription Price Sunday Only U. Per Tr. it happens, we can thank A. J. attitude of lots of people who look Indifferentlyon ever saw." Our British cousins are always 6 f t( DAp
.
MAITM Atuasat, PHMJMEK Han BAIXB,EMTMUL DWKTVBJ the affairs of life, sticking their tongues In Jim drawled. "I sbo' would like to have seen It, a constant source of wonderment 1l1' \
Thomas and his 40 et 8ers for blazing the S
_. CAWTMOK. GDC Ma. MAHCH.T. UWMNCI.A.v. Doi.G their cheeks winking at nil conditions that obtain but my chair warn't settin right." The application to me. What other people under (C

-W. lswrrrst MIL taUT f. V/u.n, Cuus M... trail financially. \ and hiding their heads with the ostrich.In is easy and the implication quite obvious. the sun could be as modem, wor- :
all the medieval
Lola AHBUMN. MANASMM En. Nouorr COMSONNI. Sac:. TMAS. the 18th century a king called Louis :XV We continue to hear talk about juvenile delinquency -,:I ship their that king and with such outmoded -- r
looked out on a crumbling kingdom and said. The as if the kids: had something to do withIt. i pomp goes

"'MeHr"The Associated Press 'THE MERRYGOROUNI, state will last my day and 'apres mol la deluge,' They are the victims of an adult world,which 1'I' systems and still have the
no Associated Press Is exclusively *- Socialists running the country.
[after me the deluge. has thrown about them an atmosphere in which I
"
of all
titled to the DM for publication / Not only that. they expect us to 'tr
new dispatches accredited to it or not There sat on the same throne after Louis XV it is not only easy to be delinquent but rather the I i I '
lend hand whenever the sledding
otherwise accredited in this paper and Truman Rents a
alao the local new published herein. e on a queen who was told that her subjects were crying expected thing. To change this atmosphere would gets tough and then beef about .

All.rights for re-publication of special PEARSON for bread and with bitter sarcasm she replied require effort and sacrifice on the part of a lot of the help that is given them. 1 4 D

dispatches herein are also reserved. By DREW "Then give them cake." people and few there are who are ready to pay spent some time in England during with their gains.

PAGE 4. SUNDAY FEB. 16. 1847TODAY'S WASHINGTON Pres. Truman had a significant The world drifted Into war In 1914. People and* the price. It's inevitable that such conditions will World War I and from what course there ill-gott is no compulsion on O

talk on the real estate, lobby recently with nations saw the trend of the times In 1937 bat prevail and 'there isn't anything that individuals the lads ten me of this last trip.
the part of the public to
THOUGHTSBut one of the most Important freshman Congressmen assumed an attitude of what's that to us?" can do about It without getting hurt so let it go. England hasn't changed much. I patronlxe
Leave it alone. Let things be. We can't be both I was interested In the great. effort put forthto feel sorry for any people who are these things and it 1 a matter of
to Bit Mr right hand and on My left John Blatnlk of Minnesota.
on ered. That kind of attitude In International rela- save the lonely sweet peas In Eola Park during beset with trouble as the British one's conscience to attend these

Is;not Mine to give; but It shall be given to them Truman had heard a lot about Blatnlk. who tions, national affairs community life and personal the recent cold spell. Coverings were put over them have been of late but it always function

for. whom It !is prepared- Mark 10:40. three times parachuted behind the German lines In "experience Is devastating and eventuates In and I saw them the other day and what a sight. has been their cockey attitude Truly we do have some worthy

Yugoslavia and fought with the We can do something to help save the kids. Millie I toward us that gets my goat. The and not
partisans for several months. ruin.A part of the great American heritage which Is Powers reminds us that If the youth are forsakingthe I: Empire Is on the skids and why some so worthy, who

,Divinest compensations come Running for Congress last year. ours Is the right of franchise. It Is the privilegeof laws of the Lord and breaking the laws of the should old Sammy always be the solicit or a that familiar question -

Through thorns of Judgment mercies bloom Blatnlk put an extra suit In an the American people to choose their leaders. But land it is because they are following after their one to help untie the lion's tail. : "Do you care to donate}"

In sweet relief- Whittler. old car picked up a typewriterand an increasing number of citizens never exercise elders. She expresses this truth In a poetic thought: I L. H. I And it is a matter of conscience

I some pencils made speeches that right. An old Irish bricklayer slipped Into the If the sheep go wrong, it will not be long Evangelist Explains whether we do s or not There

during the day and sat in his Amen Corner sometime ago and between the Till the lambs are as wrong as they. seem be s muc we could
Winter Haven's Great Fair YMCA hotel room at night pounding anthem and the sermon he leaned over and told So still with the sheep must we earnestly plead Influx of Colleagues I do In dieon If

OF THE great Central Florida fairs out letters to voters. Result: me a story. It's Illustrative of what I'm trying to For the sake of the lambs today, Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Star: it is Orlando no mor lakes tobeautify
or improvethe
ONE each year opens in Winter Haven He upset the national trend and say about some of us folk who are so Indifferent If the lambs are lost what a terrible cost Permit the writer, long a resi- streets!! that are an eyesore to

was the only Democrat elected In about what's; happening to our world. Some sheep will have to pay. dent of t city, to help M. J. visitors. At least such money

tomorrow.The Minnesota.Pres. | The Irishman came home late one afternoon B. who wonders would remain in our community

Florida Citrus Exposition not a Truman assured Blatnik and hearing an awful noise In the kitchen, lookedin Florence Nightingale lived In a world of pain annual influx of evangelists to this i where it rightfully belongs.

strictly Winter Haven show. It has on its he would stand by rent control the window and discovered that a'big black beat and suffering. What could one person do about so,I and other Florida cite It Is not I city fathers should see that o.

block any across-the-board increase was attacking his wife. He ran around the house much trouble? The great nursing profession is that ou citizens worse than in i O. A. TRYON
board of directors leaders of the citrus industry of rents and would give Pearson and locked the door to the kitchen and hurried the answer. Jane Addams looked out on an endless those of Northern places. Nor is

from all over the fruit belt. ground only In hardship cases where small land- back to his box seat in the window. Then the caravan of bums and underprivileged people vic- :i th answer found' in &1 lack of Spun Glass DevelopedTo
lords needed help. ferocious battle timized by the of poverty and crime. Jane ability of local pastors conduct
In addition to the usual queen contest, ensued. First the bear was on top ravages their own evangelistic
"I'm In favor of rent controls ax they are and then the wife and so on and on for an hour. why didn't you accept that as inevitable? Hull campin Insulate Cars
Proud
of local
at
side shows and what not seen every our pastor
House Is the answer. I
WILLOW RUN Mich. IUP1 A
Truman said. "We've already recognized challenge any city to show a more
now,
fair, the Citrus Exposition has on display Moses knew of the enslavement of his people and wartime development in aircraft
spiritual of
the latest equipment available for grove the need" for proper adjustments In hardshipeases. 1 .411P vP swRh/y td' 3hbc"s In Egypt but already he had been forced out of :+ talent! group I construction is now being applied
II c-Er Egypt because he had tried to do something about The to the of 1947 auto
: and moderate Winters manuacue
indus-
pare, citrus canning and associated Blatnik then told Truman how Minnesotans In / \ SAME the problem. God spoke to Moses and commandedhim of md go far in us to mobiles.At .

tries. This part of, the event is almost a the Iron ore country desperately fear a new de- to give his life to the solution of the matter. understand the deep helpi I the suggestion of a for

and Moses was hesitant but at last the Exodus was concern of many Bible touc aircraft sound engineer, after
must for citrus grower proces- of the Iron I
every pression. He told how the resources his answer to the situation. and high-pressure evangelists for I exhaustive tests. Ki-F

country were being worn down threatening to One man cannot do much but he can do the souls of our people at this time chose spun glass "

sor.We wish the fair a return of the fine create a permanent ghost area. He reported that, something. There is a story about Baron Roths- of year. Late in the Spring, a to insulate its cars. The soundproofing -

weather Florida has enjoyed most of the he had arranged with the Commerce Departmentto child the fabulously wealthy banker, who offeredhis the Florida weather arm up, spun glass material and 1 comp of
whole fortune to England in time of crisb. this concern moves in a Northerly
Winter. With the sun shining a flock of have five Soviet engineers visit his district this His financial experts advised him a that he was direction, where Retreats and | woven into blankets oe-h inch

records should fall. Summer to help increase Minnesota's peat coal I Conferences conducted at mountain thick
attendance foolish saying, "One man can't save the British I It Is used to line the Interior
32 million tons of and lake resorts win
Russia produced receive
production. Empire.
Whereupon the old Baron said "But surfaces of the com-
peat coal in 1940 and Blatnik hopes that new $ 4 one man can try." Amen! I a like attention until the chill partment to absorb passenger road rumblesand
Courage and the 40 et 8THE ;. winds begin to blow the "experts"back
cheap processes for digging up peat mechanically: In recent years there has,been another remark- I to us. Pastors of Northern hums. It is also applied to
40 ET 8, fun society of the American wide of work for Minne I able case of one man's efforts to save the British I the fender ventilation ducts!!,which
win provide a new range churches who want evangelistic
The Irishman laughed and said "That was the Empire. Who forget the take the fresh air Into
can ever rugged old man the passenger -
I
its drive to
continues bring In the Winter
sota's miners. campaigns find it
first.fight I ever saw when I didn't care who won." of England. Winston Churchill standing on the I! compartments from the "
Truman then asked Blatnik how things were difficult to obtain the services of
cultural entertainment to Our Town with And ain't that just like some of us as we sit on white cliffs of Dover, looking out across the Channelat front .
"air- I
America's the who in Californiaor
to 1 Duluth, which advertises itself as the experts are ge.Korean
another appearance of high-priced Metropolitan conditioned city" because of its cool Summer sidelines watching the battles going on all Hitler's forces poised there ready to strike at : Florida at the time.

Opera stars in March. climate."I about us. the heart of the tight little Island. He shouted I In each State all, established Woman Doctor
*
"Come on, we will fight you on the beaches we evangelical denominations have
The 40 et 8ers lost a Hock of cash when was up In Duluth one Summer when I was It isn't that we are bad folks. I've always believed will fight you from town to town street to street I approved Bible teachers and evangelists Enrolls Girl Scouts

they presented La Boheme here earlier In the Senate," Truman said. "It was very hot. that most people are right decent and well house to house but we will never give up" Al- I at the service and command PHILADELPHIA UP) Dr. Han

this believe the for Ninety-six degrees." meaning. But we come to the place where we sort most bare handed and alone he stood holding off i of their churches; men approved S.Jeat a Korean woman physi
Winter. reason
Many Blatnlk blushed. of accept things as they are. unwilling to pay the the greatest threat ever to strike at the doors of i and responsible to their cano 50 Korean Girl

this was the high price of all ckets.Prices, "In fact. Truman continued grinning, "it reminded price of change or doing something about them. civilization, until at last the victory. I denomination ,as to characer. before she came to the

have been revised downward this time and me of California where It's never supposedto It's a lot of trouble and then too we find that One man who cares can do a lot. One man who ability and doctrine. United States to study the Girl

evils cannot be corrected without somebody get- dares can do a lot. God save us from the laissez- i paragraph does not refer to these Scout movement.
the house should be packed for the famous rain until the visitors get out of town. ting exercised about them and making sacrifices I heroic souls who minister to Dr. Han is tiring at a "typleal" -
some faire attitude of
accepting things they
Blatnlk also made a plea for passage of St. as are p I
American home in
$arber of Seville" Upper
toward :
performance. eradicating them. taking it easy, leaving it be. God help us to care ple without regard to
Lawrence waterways legislation. Old Jim I loss of normal homelife. I do Darby, Pa. while she participates -
Tito Schipa, famed tenor of the Metropolitan that." replied the President and his wife were sitting on the front enough to do something about it. Robert Frost re
about
"Dont worry In I fer to an "outer-fringe" who I in troop activities of Delaware
porch the
and La Scala will sing the title role. "I'm for it. I've always been an advocate of middle of the afternoon. Jim's feet visited the Amen Corner last week and whispered group I County
He is well known to lovers and I I were propped on the bannister and there he sat In follow the sun and are responsibleto Scout
music ear
the project. I was for It In the days when I was : in my no organization save perhaps I The Korean began organizing
newspaper readers alike, for during the In the Senate. Your Sen. Shipstead was against it. him perfect the comfort. His wife began to describe to I bid you to a one-man revolution. a self-constituted Fellowship or t' Girl Scouts soon after
funeral __
war days he was tabbed as a Fascistand: But, I'm still for it." the road. She counted procession the that was coming up For that is the only revolution that is Association planned by mutual aid I her country was liberated from

Nazi sympathizer. However, 'the war iscfver I described the buggies and wagons. coming. and bookings.Broadcasting. the Japanese. The Korean girls
Sen. Homer scene In detail and finally when the And I said. "Amen ob. I"CRACKER I have no camping no
and golden voices like Schipa's are Shades of Teapot Dome; Michigan's stations Alton eupment

international and should not be silenced because Ferguson made a tough speech the other day __ __u_ Broadcasters and hadb.and ony
threatening possible prosecution of former Cabinet POLITICS finding themselves Instruments uor Han visited
of faulty personal political beliefs. members Harold Ickes and Henry Morgenthau for of religious exploitation.found i this years ago and

Perhaps these two courageous attemptsby taking their' "files" with them when they left it necessary to discrte sewed the dress from memory.

the 40 et 8 to establish opera in Orlando About between the exloiters

Will lead to the formation of an opera guild office.This caused Idaho's Sen. Glen Taylor to com- Grotesque Joke VictimsI real responsible pastors and t Smart Dog Plays Piano

here similar the in God they were anxious to
to
organization Miami ment: with. Many local When He Wants Food
cooperate
which. has been so successful. "Morgenthan took his diaries but he left the I ALLEN MORRIS Senate had been elected to succeed battered but with the patina of churches have adopted a like A R D M 0 R E. Okla. ( Th .

'I Hundreds of persons agree to underwrite money In the Treasury. Ickes took his files, but TALLAHASSEE state Railroad the venerated Eugene S. tradition. course; this to their credit. Wow Andersons U ca-

opera performances there but not left the oil. That's more than certain Republicans Commissioners Jerry W. Car- :)Matthews retired on the Commission Human symbol of the unchang- ,I I LLOYD L. KINO, muical genius In Topper,

since the first season have they been called did." ter and W. B. [Babel Douglassare the illegal pay raise ing Senate is its!! secretary, Robert I i Evangelist. their screwtail Boston bulldog.
-- ------- victims W. Davis repository of countless'' Topper learned the best
of
0 a grotesque joke- h
probably never would have been
the biggest to explode like a trick- political secrets as the only non- "Visiting Evangelsts" way to get fed quickly I to Jump

WASHINGTON TREADMILLCoastwise ster's cigar in many a year on questioned.As Senator present when the Sena- Sized Up By onto the piano stool, place his
Capitol Hill Stanmore Cawthon pointsout tors speak their mind behind the front paws on the keys and
I locked doors of "executive ses- Editor,The Sunday Sentinel-Star: make
noise.
They have as a colleague as In the St. Petersburg Times: some
Studied a travelling companion and as a t sion"Young I I Ts 1 an attempt to answer" The ony catch to this genius
Shipping "Carter would
and
Douglass
benchmate-the enough to serve In M. Stford'. Question: business that occasionally Top

man whose seat- have kept right on drawing that Uncle Sam's Navy during the recent many visiting evan- per gets hungry in the middle of

Br FRANK A. KENNEDY the Andrews and Peterson bills gram,which was ready for launch- ing cost them $1,000 a year extra, and it is quite I war, Bob Davis has been gelists" in Orlando. My thought I the night and the Andersons are

WASHINGTON-Rep. Price of were referred to the two Judiciary ing when Pearl Harbor started the money. possible that some future Legis- the keystone of the Senate's that primarily it Is because we I awakened by a furious pUn-
Sikes of Crestview is 'z lature would have made clerical force since 1929. He Orlandoans are gullible to keeps
Jacksonville who shifted to Committees both of which are unfamiliar war. Rep. I Human nature every- plan-pu.I up
the House Merchant was Marina and with early reports of the moving cautiously. I being what it Is. thing all right by granting such I came to the Secretary's desk two quacks, be they in the form of a up and feeds the

Fisheries Committee last month. old Claims Committees.A There stands to the credit of it'll tae all the an increase." years earlier as understudy for i I cius. dog show or what not dog.
the Northwest Florida Regional the aging "Cap" C. A. Finley. I|I It is something to .
has set for his major objective deal of spade work must be geniality of Car- Judge Taylor found King was Jut colle
Rural Housing Authority a grantof eligible for the which he : Facile tight-lipped diplomatic. and move on. so it is POST DOING WELLHRT.
within the committee the restoration done all over again but the ter and Douglassto place to
of American coastwise shipping Florida members hope that the $1.200,000 for construction on appear happy W was elected by defeating eight Davis Is the namesake son of the evangelists. They hear that Orlando Minn. [DPJ The
virtually obliterated by the separate plots, of low cost rural Wilbur ;?, Democratic because well-remembered Gainesville :i is "easy pickings." and move of Hartland.
voluminous records already on about Sen. ". \ie. opponents!!, officl
homes. H. B. Douglas of Bonifay s lawyer who, after having been in with their tents and blazon the !! 224, and the membershipof
!
\
the
war.He file may make lengthy bearings I is president of the authority C. King as ,;. t1 1945 Legislature did not raise I .I
Is delving into the problem Speaker of the Assembly which in a three-ring circus f the American Legion
:
unnecessary.The which first must obtain release by they remember .x the salaries of the Railroad Com- I tow Had
tt tJ'lt
seeking Information from the Maritime :: f: missioners. Indeed the record disclosed -j i called the 1885 Constitutional !! fashion, to collect and move out : Post Is .
two Republican chairmen the White House of the impounded .:, ;
Commis of the Judiciary Committees are funds. If other things are pro- their association affirmative action In the Convention, served his district as f I '
sion. It has not King
been determined Sen. Wiley (Wis.) and Rep. Mich-1' pitious. Congressman Sikes fore- the pinching of House to strike the increase froma I Congressman for four terms and SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON

whether new legislation ener [Mich.]. Both bear the reputation sees no difficulty In unfreezingthe the pocketbook nerve caused by general salary bill afterwards then was edged out of the Governor's -
In the- :a of being fair-minded men. funds. I his joining them. passed. chair by so slim and shaky "

form of amendments but both are notably cautious and When the rural housing program Not that anyone wanted them The commissioners got their Increase a margin that many friends urged Jesus Knew God's DoctrineTo
to the deliberate.. was started in 1938. five- i to lose money of coarse but from a lump sum approvedby him to demand a recount. He
e I room frame homes cost $%.500. dldnt.1
:Merchant Marine the pants-kicking humor of the the Budget Commission after
Act of 1938 The troubles of the Jacksonville Monthly rentals were set at $8 situation produced grins everywhere adjournment of the Legislature. Davis who serves State Insur- Do the Will of the FatherScripture
will be needed. regional office of the War Assets to $10.Sikes. I [even at the offices of ance Commissioner J. Edwin Larson -
IE con o mia, i Administration go far deeper than | wants to know how much the Railroad Commission* with Recommendations other than as chief deputy has been of John
The Gospel 7-9
such homes would cost now, and : Chapters
its personnel
squabbles according -
among rounding his staff for the hec-
rather than up
legislation Carter and Douglass safely out revenue [those already have been
whether admittedly higher costs WILLIAM L GILROY
to WAA insiders. i i lr DO.
seem to I II I of sight] when the court seated reported here] awaiting final I tic 60 days of lawmaking ahead.He' .
approval -
would make the venture unsound. I
hold the solution. 'I In fact such the a headache Jax office to had WAA become .' with rentals higher than the folks King as a Commissioner. bthe Citizens' Tax Com- been pleased. by the numberof The Jewish Feast of Tabernacles has a uniquely interesting -

The maritime Holland- ]I top flight offices here that a to be benefited could pay. The I King's eligibility, as determinedby mittee Include these of general interest skilled volunteers who already place among religious festivals.To .

unions have trouble-shooter In the person of Federal Public Housing Administration Circuit Judge Hugh Taylor. : I have contacted him: more than commemorate the wandering tent-hfe of the

forced none operating of the costs old up line so coastwise high'that !i I I Joseph Osborn was placed In is by no means sure that I meant:, 1-Create a State Tax Commis- he could use In pleasant contrastto Israelites in the wilderness, in their long journey from
I charge. This precipitated the rebellion the program now is feasible either. I 1-Carter and Douglass will lose sion, with which could be merged the difficulties of the war years.I Jews lived for the of the
shipping is willing to reenter Egypt to Canaan seven days
,
I
In event the meeting called ; Working at the desk either In I
any
the trade with Government I.! among his subordinates. the $1,000 a year raise in pay to the present Railroad Assessment '
subsidy. a The real cause of all the trouble for next Thursday at Bonifay will $6,000 they gave themselves in Board to [a] equalize county ad 1 the Senate or House has been regarded feast in arbors or bowers built of'

4MeanwhHe. the Interstate I.r was the oh. so low sales sheets. At thresh the matter out. 1945; 2-they likely will be called 'I valorem assessments lb] assess as something of an honor,j branches. had gone He decided to go secet
one time believe it or not the When the Northwest Florida and entirely apart from the ly to
pa- arriving
Commerce Commission in a recent Authority was set similar upon to repay the illegal compen- public utilities including electric There a good description of .Jerem. t
total gross sales of surplus property up. a tronage distribution which controls I
ruling sided with the railroads sation, and 3-the 1947 Legisla- companies and [ )
c
instituted In serve as a research of the m feat.
plan was Central and the feast, and of the spirit
In Florida '
were falling short'of i I other legislative employment. had been
there
by permitting them to ture hardly will jeopardize Kin&'splace agency for tax studies. i Menwhe.
South Florida. A grant of
raise port to port rates onlyslightly the WAA administrative expense i I impounded stands as$250,000.still a credit. by granting Carter and 2-Allow for emergency reduc-1 I The Senate. does its job In the I joyous occasion, in the eighth speculation concerning H

while obtaining a general for selling it. for this authority. Douglass the raise to $7,500 they tion of horse and dog racing taxes rapid tempo of today even if amid chapter of Nehema with its ad- Would He appear at the

advance of 17 per cent.If Not only was the Federal Government t lately have been asking. I by the State Racing Commissionwith trappings of the past with daily I monition to people: "Go your Was He a good m an Impostor -
I
Price can help solve the realising virtually no The National Rivers and Harbors The Supreme court has held. Incases the consent of the Governor. sessions consuming half the hours drink the like had pro
problem he will come up with a returns from the sale of the surplus Congress has scheduled its I that the Constitutional pro- ,Treasurer and Comptroller up to or less than when Davis first way eat the fat. and fe to be the Messiah? Would
scheme which ship operators and I war goods but actually was sweet and send portions unto
served. ,
who had been
first convention In six
years cases that the constitutional prohibition a maximum of three cent with
per autrities.
here I
.. going into the red the cost of
the Maritime Commission will wel- on
', warehousing and selling the early In May. and no doubt against a lawmaker being the track absorbing one-third and A day's meeting often would them for whom nothing I pre- sking H Him?
come mightily.. goods. force a showdown on the White elected or appointed to a place I the State two-thirds. last far into the night and Dam pe" It must have been much Then, Jesus appeared H

Sen. Holland and Rep. Peterson WAA officials still make no House order impounding funds for t whose emoluments have been Increased S-Change the drivers' license recalls the Senate once sending Thanksgiving and Christmas astoue all by His presence ..
navigation projects. runs for the length of the from an annual $1 to the serjeants-at-arms to i celebrations. power of His How.
of Lakeland who have teamedup claim that Osborn corrected the : permit a t teac. '
The waterways Is
congress the I bring in breakfast that included
this to for action Legislator's term. In King's case. three-year 2.50 permit. .the said, did this
year press on trouble. They almost admit too. recognized spokesman before Congress slabs Jerusalem was thronged 'at let
of
the $10 million Medfly claims bill I that it would be less costly to the for waterways development. this means until November 1948. 4-State participation to the extent watermelon. such a tune, and Jesus appar- tela never having been taught
must start again from scratch. taxpayers to give the stuff away. and In the past it has exercised : The Court also has held a Legis- at least of half in the county Davis attributes the shorteningof ently did not intend to go up answered t. H thIng -
Last year it required no great Figures for January showed signsof effective influence on Congress lator cannot be excepted from an purchase of rights-of-way for the daily sessions to the oppor- for the feast, despite the urgings He sai was mn. "My
effort on the part of the late Sea improvement with administrative and on the White House.Its mem- increase affecting others In the ,: State highways. tunities the Senators now have of His brethren that He .doctrine mine but Hi that
Andrews and the citrus belt con- costs falling below cash re- bers are known to be wrathful same office. j 5-General rewriting of the for getting acquainted ahead of sent Me" To do the the
'
pressmen to persuade Senate and ceipts. about the White House freeze order I i Some have suggested the Legis- Constitution, with an eye to coordinating -: the convening of the Legislature. should do so. Father was to know of the doc
House Claims Committees to report The same Insiders Indicated 1 and the fur Is sure to fly If. lature might put through a relief tax provisions. i Meetings to caucuses at Gainesville Light is thrown upon the ,.-os i ilot trine.The
the bills favorably. Back to that the Jax office was the only IIn I the meantime. President Truman .-: bin so Carter and Douglass could 6-Substitute an aircraft lli ; Tampa and elsewhere and Jesus "A man's foes b record ef the few days of

1939 from both a joint committee, drawn WAA outfit costing more than it I has not relented or Congress |I enjoy the additional $1,000 a year.A ,i cense scaled similarly to auto and I with many of the Senators flocking I I of his own household," I the feast is of great events and*
claims
committees recommended -I rings up on the cash register. I has not forced his hand. i relief bill however must receive truck licenses with a maximum to conventions of I the attitude of these breten We I great sayings. Many
claims. payment of the fruit ; Congress it seems must bear some Caught in the White House the "yeas" of two-thirds of the of 100. for tangible personal I groups the soon know the other 1 I. are told IJohn' ':5] d I they listened to bed.
fly Every session since of tt Is
the
| blame. In its zeal to curb impounding order fellow '
then the two committees reportedthe i I the profiteers, so many restric- Jacksonville were the I, members elected to each house. If property tax. Enact a small air- and his views. Good roads :i not believe in Him, the urging I war of grace and 5

bills favorably to their respec- I I tions as to appraisals notice to 4 averal Harbor ship, channel.and advance Canj j I I I history of legislative regard for port licensing fee as a regulatory air too.travel have played their part I!|I. that He should go .Je- ee were afraid to arrest -

tive chambers. The Senate last ; Federal priority claimants etc. planning funds for a score of i Carter and Douglass means anything device I Getting acquainted means lem for the feast was to the nature I BJ
faster I
Summer passed the bill unanimously -i were written into the surplus prop- sizeable projects In the State. I I it would be folly even to dispatch of business here I of a tpti similar to But ve popularity o

,but it never reached a vote I I erty disposal act. that the overhead While the order continues In :: introduce the bill.Particularly In this changing world the MANNERS TUK COLDPREDERICKSBURG. that by been testedat aroused hostility the ,

to the House. of the WAA was forced un- effect it bars any progress toward railing to Carter Senate, here as in Washington. Va. I API the beginning of li mini. i and the time was drawing near
The new Congressional Reorganization conscionably high.. obtaining funds for nearly $125 and Douglass must be the fact resists change. Although the State The Chamber of Commerce's first "Shew Thyself to I when, at another feast-that of

Act has upset these e million worth of Florida naviga- that if, out of Florida's millions, body will meet this time in a new class in courtesy was called off Jesus, conscious that "His hour ,, the P'otlHeoud becomethe
easy preliminary gestures. Zt abol-I I In exploring the possibility of I I uon projects, including the $72. a person other than one of the I dumber, the Senators still will recently when the thermometer had not yet come,' resisted their II III and the

ilshed the claims Committee, so I1 reviving the-old--r rural housing pro- \million barge canal., J L 19 holdover, member at the IMS use the old furniture -_ scarred.I I dropped to three: degrees. 'oJ -J.JI I I insincere pleadings But after they I sacrifice fo man- 's Bin.mqe .


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Gay Reports Good Farm Dealers : Hearing Set

Gain
On Embargo

To State Railroad Board

JACKSONVILLE. rAP Floridians Financial Status Slate Meeting Exemption

paid 20 per cent more Fed- I .

eral taxes last year than In 1944. [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star TALLAHASSEE IAP1 The Supreme -

I the industrial division of the Flor- I TALLAHASSEE [UP] Florida's State finances are in OCALA-Florida farm equip Court yesterday set an

Members AgreeTo Break Blamed ida State Chamber of Commerce j excellent condition," Comptroller Clarence M. Gay reported -; ment dealers numbering more ; emergency hearing for 9'30 ajn.

reported yesterday in its weekly : yesterday on filing his annual audit of State funds than 150. will attend the organization I Monday on a petition by James R.

business review. : with Gov. Millard Caldwell. I meeting in Ocala Thursday : Cooper of Miami for relief: from

"Measured. in terms of theState' I The.report, covering the fiscal year which ended June of the Florida Retail Farm Equip the citrus fruit embargo.
last tax
year's
Cut In Derailment economy.
Salary II bill exceeded the past season's 30. 1946 showed that $62.138,000' ment Dealers' Assn.- Cooper filed his petition fora

r packed value of fruits and vege- [ was present in the State Treasuryin The meeting is being held at 1 writ of prohibition against the

TALLAHASSEE rAP Former MAXVILLE LAP] A broken ran tables by $30 million and was four : five funds. Gay said the figure the invitation of Ocala equipment Florida Citrus Commission.

State Sen. Wilbur C. King of Zolfo --- was blamed yesterday for Friday times the value of the"basic forest I compared favorably with the $29- dealers and through assistance of I Commissioner of Agriculture

Springs yesterday was commissioned night's derailment of the Miami- said.products in the State. the Review. 657.000 balance left at the end of the Marion County Chamber of Nathan Mayo and the American

a member of the State to-New York "Orange Blossom I the previous fiscal year. Commerce.The Railway Express Co. Saturday

Railroad Commission by GOT. Special" which injured 50 persons.. year Reports 1946. show for a the total of calendar$597.- I, During the 1945-48 period said newly organized associationwill I' morning.

CaldwelL Gay. the State paid out $151,834000 ,- immediately become affiliated. -
none critically. 198,564 was paid Into the Fed- He seeks relief from the em-
The action ended a long' disagreement Seaboard Air Line Railroad eral Treasury Individuals and and collected $184,317,000. It is believed, with tjje Na- I bargo, ordered last week by tile

as to the eligibility officials said they had not completed corporations in Florida in all The comptroller's report tional Retail Farm EquipmentAssn. I Citrus Commission. on fresh fnuts

for the position. King was a their investigation* but types of taxes Imposed by the showed a total of $19.421.009was representatives of which will in Dade St. Lucie. Indian River
United States Government. This and Broward Counties, which he
member of the 1945 State Senate that a defective rail apparentlywas spent on salaries for State attend the meeting.
amount is 1.11 per cent above claims were not injured by the
the of derailmenta
which passed a bill raising the cause the the 194S volume. Nationally collections employes; and that $6,568,000 'I' It will be the first time such freeze. He also asks that a trukof :
mile south of here at 7:45
appropriation for the State Sail- p.m. dropped 11 per cent in was, divided among the State's an association of dealers has fruit Impounded at Vero Beach
road Commission. MISS LEONA FREDERICKS of Six sleeping cars and a diner 1946 from 1945. 67 counties under the plan been organized in Florida. The be released.
I.Miami Beach has been entered in jumped the track while the train whereby State proceeds from meeting also will serve to mark
After the legislative session ended the Seventh Annual Azalea Queen I was traveling at normal running 'Last year.the proportion of the horse racing are shared. the entrance into the national I The Supreme Court Friday
the State Budget Commission Contest to be staged at the Pa- given I national total internal revenue association of the 48th State association ruled that citrus used for canning -
approved a pay raise for the Rail-4 jlatka Ravine Gardens at 2 30 p.m. speed. Thirty persons were collections in Florida were one percent Some $58 million from the Intangible -Florida being the last and processing was exempt
road Commissioners out of the Increased today. She is sponsored by the first aid treatment at the scene I indicating the State's tax. $17.162.000 from the State to organize such a group. I i from application of the frozen
over-all appropriation.Be- Miami Beach Chamber of Com and 20 more were taken to teachers' salary fund and $863,000 fruit embargo law.
1 I' sonville. 22 miles strengthening voice in the econo- Reservations for the meeting already -
Jack-I from the foundation program for
of
cause this and because of the merce. I
of
the nation. Previous automatically
constitutional provision which says here. for medical attention. my to 1946. schools fund was also distributedto have been received from a The seven-day embargo
Senator who Floridians paid less than one per county treasuries. majority of Florida farm equip- will end at 12:01: am
a or Representative the vacancy. The Legislature cent of the national annual total. ment dealers. They will come from I Wednesday.
Florida cities only received $11-
I ,
was a member of a Legislature Leon Court To Get ANOTHER ENTRANT in the
convenes April 8. almost city, village and I Two Circuit judges -
Miami
which raised salaries of any office 425 from the auto transportationfund Azalea Queen Contest today at Pa- every yesterday
shall not be permitted to assume No candidates for the position Okeechobee Fish Citrus Shipments and $111.664 from the insur- latka is Miss Love Lindsey, chosenby hamlet-all the way .from Home- declined to rule on Coope'.

that office during his term in the have qualified with Sec. of State ance premium tax. the Ocala Junior Chamber of stead to Pensacola. I petition holding they had no
Legislature.; Gov. Caldwell ques- But Orlando's own representative Dealers from Georgia and rep- jurisdiction in the case.
Continue Commerce
tioned King's eligibility to the ," R. A. Gray so far. I Controversy Suit 1 DeclineWINTER in the cabinet had bad news resentatives of the Georgia Assn.

post. King will begin his official HAVEN [API This for residents of Liberty County. are also planning to attend. Sales
However the Leon County Circuit duties on Wednesday In Miami I MIAMI rAP] R. K. Bell. Miami week's (Feb. 8-131 citrus shipments Their court house constructionfund managers and official of many DUTCH LAP

Court ruled last week that wherb the Railroad Commission' attorney. said decree yesterday would a I as reported by the State is exactly where it was in English Cites nationally advertised farm equIpment -
suit for declaratory
King was entitled to the railroad has hearings scheduled. Citrus Inspection Bureau totaled July 1945. The latest report of manufacturers also have Indicated -
be filed in Leon County Circuit
position because the commissioners ,I [ 1,229,524 boxes against 1.145.766 Comptroller Gay shows they have they would attend. ASBESTOSROOFING
"I entered the race for a position :I Court in Tallahassee Monday by
salary increase was not legal. on the Florida Railroad Commission H. G. Stewart of Moore Haven a 'boxes last week. 'only $1.22 towards the building. I
The commissioners had been with no doubt of eligibility I I fish distributor. in an effort to This week's shipments were I' However Florida's watermelon. School AdvanceGAINESVILLE Lodae ,Institution SHINGLES
raised from $5,000 to $6,000 an- I 200,988 boxes of grapefruit: 87,281of grape and Sea Island cotton incidental -
for the office. King said. "Aftera bring to a settlement Lake Okeechobee's -
nually. oranges; and 41,255 of tanger- : funds has been making Set for TodayfSoerol
legal Question was raised. I felt '' long-standing fish con- I
Caldwell said yesterday the two 'stndes. It had $7.74 to its creditin I I!
'I'I |ines. "TT Simdov Sentinel-Star!
it my duty to wait until the troversy. !: fo
Incumbent members of the commission question could be determined in a I I Bell. attorney for the Lake i Season's totals were 4895.397 July. 1945. It added $24.90 to [TAP "Educa WINTER HAVEN Winter $15.50 per sq.L .
,Jerry W. Carter and W. B.. regular judicial proceeding." Okeechobee Commercial Fisheries I boxes of grapefruit. 15,201,703 of its resources since and though it I tion is on the way forward in Florida Haven Lodge. No. 1023. Loyal

Babel Douglass, had agreed to. ASSIL. which seeks to eliminate a ,oranges and 2.374.367 of tangerinesfor : disbursed $3.40, it now has $29.24 and in the nation and it is the i Order of Moos. with an Initialmembership I T. JERNIGAN
refund to the State "the difference a total of 22,461,461 boxes. : on hand. responsibility of those of us whose [ will b
ban commercial fishing in the of about 200.
between the $5,000 they were en- Education Survey on profession is education to live up ,[ I SHEtT METAL WORKS
here this
instituted
Lake. said the association sought a That beats the North Florida i formally
titled to and the $6,000 they have court definition of its rights and : Legionnaires Expect Experiment Station's replacement I to expectations of the people of mornine in a ceremony to be held I 70 Alexander PL Phone 7127
drawn. Results Up For to declare void the 1945 legislativeact Florida" Colin English. State at the Civic Center.
I II i fund. If the station has to [
The court has ruled that the
5,000 at Meeting Superintendent of Public Instruc- : national organizer.
which prohibits commercial replace anything worth more I i Frank Ray.
salary of the Railroad Commissioners Discussion fishing in fresh waters. [ tion, told Florida School Supervisors who formed the lodge, said the deIlI'f'e -
fixed at $5X100 In 1941. MondayGAINESVILLE MIAMI [AP] H. Frost Bailey, than 31 rents it's going to run
was Stewart's suit will be filed I here Friday night. I team from the St Petersbure
Florida American Legion commander in the red. II I
and not raised by the last Blood
was Weak
rAP Major implications against the Game Commission and said yesterday that 5,000 Speaking at the closing session '1 lodge would have charge of the Watery
Legislature. AU parties to the of the Citizens Committee j I 1 I I The Everglades Experiment Sta- ,
-
the Florida Board of Conservation.Bell Legionnaires were expected to attend ,I of a three-day conferenceof I ceremonial A large delegationfrom
F recent suit for declaratory Judg- report on education will be the tion Federal War Production II
said.Ocala school supervisors at the Uni- the recently instituted
the Florida Conven-
ment have filed waivers of appeal topic of a three-day conference of : Legion I, Board didn have any funds on lodge with members from Blamed for Making
tion here April 15-18. versity of Florida English shared Tampa
and the judgment is fInaL 1 I
county superintendents at the I hand in July, 1945 but it took in Ocala, Plant Citv, Stuart West
Super Market Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower the speakers platform with I
University of Florida the fiscal 1
Monday $25,000 during y ar.
King's resignation as State Palm Beach. Hollywood. Fort
Army chief of staff; Sen. Claude Dr. Glenn O. Blough, specialistin MenandWotnenLookandFeelOldcr
through Wednesday. ,, However, what with one thing and
:
Senator from the 27th District Robbed of $4,000 Pepper D-Flal. and Paul H. elementary science U. S. Office Lauderdale. Miami, Jacksonville
Dr. E.L. Morphet.executive sec another it has only eight cents
DeSoto, Glades. Hardee and Pensacola Eustis and Sarasota,
retary of committee on education j I [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Griffith, national Legion comman- ;'left now. I of Education Washington.
Highland Counties-was accepted will here for the institution
earlier this week by the will make the first report on the r OCALA-The Economy Super der, are among the invited speak- The 250 closely-printed pages Dr. Blough one of the leading come.
Market South Street ers. Bailey said. I I program.CIGARETTES_ _ _
Governor. Caldwell has called a group's findings and recommendations on Orange further reveal that Gov. Caldwell's consultants for the conference.
special election on April 5 to fill and analyses of various 'was robbed Friday night of about I office purchased $1.50 worth of emphasized the importance of the THIN THEIR TEARS
phases of the report.Dr. i I $2,500 In cash. and checks totaling Health Group Plans "hardware" during the fiscal year. classroom teacher as the public relations Vow do you feel it the end of dayf
Damon Hutzler. president of approximately $1.500. contact between the home !. that old time pep and dm lacking:
LemonJuiceRecipe the County Superintendents Association -I I A city policeman on a regular Meeting at Miami I Entertainment cost the Department Ii and school and urged the supervisors Have you checked-up on your blood
of Agriculture $3- 1'.40-- atrengtb lately Thousand now regain-
will preside at the sessions .. patrol at 12:52 a.m. yesterday discovered -!' A'
[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] 649.62, Florida State College for I to give sound help and sym- tug glowing good looka and vitality
Checks RheumaticPain a rear door of the store "'8DII.
and appoint committees of superintendents : GROVELAND Tuberculosis [ pathetic assistance to the individual through the release of vibrant energy to
to make recommendations open and investigated. He found workers, physicians public health I Women $301.38 and the State ...... Ortfer-3 Cartsai every muscle fibre cell.
the door to the office torn off Improvement Commission$35.45. teacher. Every day every hour' millions of
Quickly I'I en needed State Board regu- officials, and directors of tuber- The Florida Industrial School i EACH 3 CARTONS$4.50-N.COD'S tiny red-blood-cella must pour fc.; h
lations on finance and transportation ; and the desk broken open. culosis associations throughout for Girls to Itself .1Ie....... .....g. ft ....... from the marrow of your bonea to replace -
Jr p.. ..... ... ....... 15rsIl and salary schedule, prac-i Florida will convene in Miami I managed amuse Osborne Heads Group Ne OtWr Cosh : those that are worn-out. A 1 9
..... a'7' ...... .......-- tices. Harriman to Attend for $5.37.The I GAINESVILLE [rAP Max Os- blood count may affect you In aend
May 1 and 2. for the annual
,.pe .a. thada ..... Get a pra f I con- ways:no appetite underweight no ei '-
,. .. a.&a S .......... -pi7.5d7. MIAMI BEACH [rAP The Dade ference of the Florida Tuberculosisand comptroller's office spent borne, entomologist with the U. S. gy a. general run-down condlt,'>n. If Jc

...5i 6 .$5..sea.-. ..qrS. _... .e__. .44 ..... 1940 CHEVROLETCab County Young Democrats Club Health Assn..Lacy G.Thomas. I $1.25 on waste removal and burglar i Bureau of Entomology and Plant IM-G sates ST.. NEWARK. s. a of resistance get real to relief Infection you must and diseaseTo keep up
$4 = -= .slv SslI I said yesterday that Sec. of Commerce Groveland president of the asso- alarm service for the fiscal Quarantine at Vero Beach was your blood atrength.Medical authorities.by .
$ a wttba 4* g over Engine Truck cost the State auto theft fund named president of the Florida ,
'-- -sohs-sdid I W. Averill Harriman had ciation, said yesterday. year analysts of the blood have by positive
--. u -.. an* ojateklr: am Thoroughly Reconditioned accepted an Invitation to attend I $3.00. I Entomological Society at the closing proof rhown that ESS Tonic .U
SM U ,.. 4* aot *.Mt ..... mm ta. The auto theft people also spent : session of its annual meeting amazingly effective In building up low
$1095 the $250-a-plate Jefferson Jubilee Erosion NU.RQYALGOLV
Slated
nutritional
7 aM B-e WIll OM rom ae*5. Study I blood atrengtb in con-organic
lac to 07 aa at la anld by vow oranM ndvaa I. dinner here Feb. 28. $11.75 on instruction and teaching i here yesterday. He succeeds How- anemia. This la Cue to the 653
abMfcao I. -bk 5vN1. .*.0-al. HOLLER CHEVROLET CO. GAINESVILLE CAP Results of services but Gay's report didn't ; ard K. Wallace of the biology department Tonic formula which contains special
csRu0 II ai aato aad --- sja,1.s
113 W. Central TeL Z-4441 recent beach erosion studies will specify who they were instructing at the University of BALLNatural and potent activating 1DCfedienta.Also.
....... ...
Ambassador
.
poy aU *i Mmk to Speak be discussed at a joint meeting of I ESS Tonic help you enjoy the
or what they were teaching.Tuberculosis Florida. the
food eat by Increasing gaatrio
MIAMI [API Oscar Ivanissevich the Florida section of the American I rubber:All new ma- digestive you Juice when It is non-organl-
Machado. Argentine Ambassadorto Society of Civil Engineersand terial. Not a rebuilt ball. eally too little or scanty-thus the stomach -
. the United States, will addressthe the University of Florida Stu- SPECIAL OFFER will nave little cause to get balky
Sanatoria Funds bloat tad off that sour
Cut Hair at Home! i with gaa give
Pan American League here dent Chapter on Saturday. March 50c each $5.00 per dozen food taat*.
Say. with Monday night. 1, by Professor Howard J. Hansen. Don't watt Energize: your body with
Improved SENT POSTPAID rich red-blood.Start on SSS Tonic now.
Decision Due in 1947 Session Aa vigorous blood surges throughoutyour
HANI HAIR CLIPPER Sorry No C.OJJ. Orders whole body, greater freshness and
strength should make you eat bet.tJl',
CIrttIIIcllMe SeIectM c.thry: StMI Pr.f.M..iUsatTrsat.d. Californian Visits TALLAHASSEE [AP] Funds for work on the tubercu- I GOOD DISTANCE sleep better. feel better work better

iii--IU(.Tttt.l FULL losis sanatorium at Orlando are included in a partly out- Durable Thrifty play your better akin-have firm a fiesb healthy fill color out glow br:.w la

lI.col IDEAL far...Dm** SIZEFAMILY. of-date $2,500,000 appropriation for construction of tubercu- : ROYAL TIRE places. Millions of bottles sold Get .
I s..i I PAYS FOB ITSELF: 9 3163 Ocden Ave. bottle from your drug store. ESS Ton*
I Y: ':1' THSriBSTMONTHI 8_OM 52' Sanford Plant losis sanatoria which is among 17 vetoed acts of 1945 I Chiraro 23. 111. helps Build Sturdy Health.
"" Gonoteo PlvfeouoBal Fill Boo ; BedsSpecial which will go to the 1947 Legislature for votes on whetherGov.
Wkto-blado dipper at Prewar
I.J POSTPAID Caldwell's disapproval should I -
iaTlailoHEAD:. = Ey= .........-..-. Wt_.._ Me be overridden. i I
-=-c:. = [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] : upheld or meets on April 8.
I. 4I.di I. 4.y ( sd I. 'OZ- p..4. Y" op.sd- SANFORD-E. A. Collopy of San Jose, Cal., grower I They were passed late in the Gov. Caldwell. while commending -
o.y$s.* t &uMt'.d4..&:= ,=C 0 1).:: :;
d0Wul. .
FARMSTOP4. 'He.. 1atlt 5. -*... b..*. y Ira RAC'NE. WISCONSIN and shipper of vegetables, made a special trip to Sanford I session and vetoed after the I the purpose of the measure -
1915 Legislature adjourned. The objected that it set up a
were shipped thousands of plants by air freight last constitution requires that they I priority on funds which would

I he was shipped thousands of plants by air freight last be submitted to the succeeding give the tuberculosis projects a

season. I Legislature. If two-thirds of the i mandatory preference over money I
members of each House favor used for construction and repairs
Collopy just took in his stride
as seed and ordered plantings
more new
-
NOISES? one more chance a farmer has to to be made. over-nding. they will become 'at other Institutions.Also I

take when he fuond his 300.000 celery r Collopy explained the difference I law. included among the bills
was one that would permit the
plants In the plant beds of the In celery setting in California For one reason or another of Orlando to
City prohibit transportation
Bell farm so damaged by the coldas
and here, the method being though most of the Governor's
..a ... to be useless. He Just wired for I of illicit liquor in the
the variation in irrigation. vetoes probably will be upheld.
S
hi city limits and seize cars used to
.a NOW' I There of 200 feet which
plots are The circumstances prompted haul it. The Governor said it
M-- Hove Your Auto turned in double ridges the top of some of them have changed, would result fri conflicting ..junlsdiction
n &>" IT.. .* -C-i-1titirS" .ri each ridge being about 12 inches some contain definite dates that of State and city laws.
wide. Plants clipped with and the of 'I r _
proot STEAM GREASEDAt are one .. have passed sponsors
____._ -an; :4 t4OV, tal and a half Inch top and the same ;; some will not be members of the

fs; .... viS; ..s" At length root. Water is turned into Legislature this year.
these furrows until it is even with
.... MAYO'SComplete
The major general law In the
the edge of the 12 inch surface.
rr ***. Ne TNt HMO COMfAMt\ Molar 4V 0&.... steam The setter sets with both hand packet of veto messages resting -
10 dav MFf DAflJ4Ofl' lAMta, I Cleave and lubricated BIT S7.M two at in the vault of Secretary of
274 111 rows a time using his fingerto
I N. Mali Ph. nil
make the hole for the plant State R. A. Gray is the tuberculosis

rather than a trowel as is done sanatoria appropriation.

__. __ __. ___ ._ __ _. ._ : 1 here.In two hours the water is absorbed Caldwell was sharply criticized
-- MIMEOGRAPHING."Pickup into the earth leaving the by his opponents when be rejected

Complete line of field thoroughly saturated. I the measure. ,I

'I & No setter walks more than 20 I It would provide $2.500,000 for
Hospital and Sick Room Delivery Senice"DICKSONS
Supplies 1 feet before turning back and construction of'four new hospitalsin

Trusses about eight setters are put on scattered parts of the State and
Supports Crutches
I setting thOSe plots while they an addition to the old sanatoriumat

Wheel Chairs and! Hospital Beds I 123 S. Orange Phone 2-4106 are flooded with water. Orlando. The money would
Collopy also said that the two have been payable in installments STAVES SUNOCO SERVICE!
Sales and Rentals I plane loads of plants received from of $750000 on Dec 31. 1945 another KM i cotOMM.nays fMOMtaBo* J
here last season were excellent $750.000 by July 1. 1946,and
8ytOJt '" Company See Us Before You The open air Florida grown plantsas the other $1 million by March 1. L4rW
compared with the hot house 1947. All those dates will have 1
IIOSPITAL. ; I I plants formerly used grow much passed by the time the LegislatureINSECTS

UtOtATOIT SUTfUO I I more sturdy and healthy celery. B:; }

/infii "ffi JHSS9 .... BUy Having packaged each stalk of

No. orange Urtando Phone 7253 2-4250 I his celery last season in pliofilm i

;1 OW seeing packages the, be celery was packaging interested machine In- Now Available Pike a uffade'llJ 1JJrYdiaet? I

developed here by the
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j \:,
Real Estate A Limited Number.TRIED.and.PROVEN
Stine :Machine Shop. Can BOYTE. one of Central -
1 II General Insurance Collopy and his associate. M. J. Florida's biggest and best Exterminating i) : A hand-painted GofJ-Tont portrait in oil I by

SOUND Mortgage Loans Moore who is with him. left on companies. Customers I tire finest the
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or
Systems and Public Address work is yours I I I Stiff Muscles & Joints i.,; ".-9 Painted in heavy oil. on stock treated tb90L1F'
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Senators Open Spring Training This Week





r : QfJ ( 1Jw M Batterymen i Pope 6 flat unbar gfntinfl-&tar Orlando, Florida, February 16, 1947I Corcoran Must



.B, BOB HAYES, Nine I Tigers UpsetHillsborough

Brother, the wolf has left our door! Bengal I

I: I speak of Raymond [Bear] Wolf, coach of Florida's Start Early 'Tell Troubles'To

t Fightin' Gators. I i

It probably won't lop a single calory from his diet, Prospects

but my rather high regard for the man and his ability In 40-31 ClashThe

I took tumble Drills ThursdayThe PGA Board
t a yesterday. I Orlando High School Tigers
Florida's 1947 football schedule hit the desk just about five minutes turned in their peak performanceof ,

i' after I had finished writing a piece exhorting the Central FioridaJt Appear BrightAs the year when they bowled
Gator alumni to "hook their oxen to a common cart and start pulling Washington Senators open over the heavily favored Hills- I I DUNEDIN CAP) Pres. Ed Dudley 0
''It together. their ninth annual training season I: borough Terries of Tampa. 40-31. of the Professional Golfers Assn.

Then a glance at the schedule did it. here at Tinker Field Thursday a general rule, Coach Carlisle i I here last night in a fast Big Ten ;: said yesterday the next move in
when Ossie Bluege assembles -
Manager
Hughes refrains from optimistic I Conference basketball game Fred Corcoran's threat to resign
j Second game on the schedule read as follows: the batterrmen for a. week as POA tournament ,
statements and this is no excep- i Hollis McCall.senior guard play- manager was
-Oct. 4. North Texas State Teachers Here.. of advance work. tion but Hughes thinks his Orlando i, ing his last home game, set a bril- for Corcoran to "tell his troublesto
1 "Here" meant Gainesville. An advance contingent of 11 the PGA executive "
High School baseball team liant pace for the surprisingly alert committee
What North Texas State Teachers represents is something else. players are already here awaitingthe will rank among the best the State Orlando quintet by sinking 18 The tournament manager an-

To be sure according to the Associated Press dispatch. North start of the batterymen's drills has to offer this season and aftera points and turning in a brilliant nounced Friday that he had telegraphed

|. Texas State Teachers played in the Optimist Bowl Jan. 1. next week and the Feb. 27 report- glance at his returning roster, floor performance. Dudley he was quitting
date for the remainder of the
To be sure again. Jack McDowall'l Rollins Tars played in the ing there is no reason for disagreeing. I Squared away at 18-all at PGA unless the golf group placed
squad. r- halftime. Coach him in complete control of tournament
Tjr Smith'sTiger -
Cigar Bowl Jan. 1.
Clark Griffith president of the About the only thing bothering ;i outfit roared back in the activities. He also demanded
'. >' Now ain! that sumpin't I club arrived in mid-January; to Hughes-other than a pitcher-is : second half to out-scrap and "complete vindication" a recent -
set up Spring training headquarters his schedule. To date, the Tiger out-play; the favored Hilhbor- altercation with Golfer Dick

After last season It's understandable why; Florida's athletic brain i and his son. Calvin Griffith, card shows two games in Jackson- ough contingent; and avenge a Metz at Carmel, Caln.

trust is looking for a club they can whip this Fall. j club vice-president arrived yesterday ville and two in Orlando but humiliating 48-16 defeat suffered Dudley. who has been visiting

But what about Rollins? That's a club Florida could-or t from Washington. Hughes says hell have a complete I in Tampa last month. here for several days before re-

beat. And hasn't Jack McDowall beaten his head on a stone mOuld-j Thirty-eight players are listedon slate to release some time this Rallying after a shaky start turning to Augusta Ga., declinedto

f t Ing for a game with Florida? And wouldn't such a game be worth j the club's official roster but week.With ', when Hillsborough led 13-9 at the comment on the Corcoran-Meta
than the greensward with North Texas Griffith has indicated a few only; three players from end of the first quarter the Or- dispute but said in a statement:
more to Floridians a joust on i will be added the
more names
last year missing-Powell Shef- landoans tightened their defensive
State Teachers? i additional to be drawnup "The PGA tournament com-
2 I players fer. Bob Still and Bill Vines. play and starting a consistent offensive -
mittee has been
In conversations over the past ;year with McDowall. he Informed from farm system clubs for to draw abreast the given authorityin
Hughes has had his battery pace
that Wolf had advised him that Florida couldn't afford trials. conducting tournaments. Cor-
p me
Terriers at the intermission and
members working out at Tinker works under their
t to play Rollins. McDowall's Tars were a bush league outfit. And I Batterymen here now Include Field for two, weeks, and plans then outscore the visitors, 2213. coran vision. As for our last coper-meeting -
r.norlda had to schedule more conference: games more games with Roger Wolff. Buck Newsom. Early to in the in the last half. I between
I r move on regular base- Corcoran. George
Then North Texas Teachers College! Wynn Sid Hudson and WalterMasterson The Tigers held a 28-23 advan-
*> big-time opponents. comes r and ball diamond in full strength to- Schneiter, chairman of the tour
!! As moat in Central Florida knows. Rollins has tried all pitchers, S tage when the final period opened.
everyone morrow. While the Washington nament committee, Joe Novak, a
Catcher AI Evans.
vainly to land a spot on the Gator schedule-in fact anything to I Others on tne scene are First I I -Our[ Own Staff Photo McCotlum Senators are' training, the Tigers Milton McCall Drake poured added in seven three points more vice president, and myself, arrangements -

Improve the calibre of their schedule. 1946 will use the field adjacent to the appeared to be sat
Baseman Mickey Vernon FIELDING SPORTS WRITER-Joe Tinker, famous old baseball Immortal and Townsend came through with
j I I American League batting cham- is shown here out at Tinker Field pretending he's working on grandstand for practicing. his second two-pointer of the isfactory."Since; .

Of course Florida could make a habit of beating Rollins. The pion; Second Baseman George | the "sports page" cf Rollins College's Animated Magazine which, he I Although he is on the search for I game to clinch the victory. then the tournament

|4 cam applies to North Texas State Teachers-I hope. And if that ten t i, Myatt. Third Baseman Sherry |I will "edit" next Sunday afternoon. The former Chicago Cubs shortstop I a pitcher to replace Still Hughes I Forward Tony Gonzalez sank committee has had several meet

*'1 the case then Gatonrille should withdraw from the Southeastern i I Robertson. Third Baseman Cecil will discuss the red-hot National of I, has LeRoy Browning, Doug Fielder eight points to pace the Terrier ings and we've had no reports on
League 1908
f Conference In favor of the University of Chattanooga and seek refuge Travis and Outfielder Stan Spence. pennant race and Luther Mills from last year's !I offense but the scrappy Tiger them. It's news to the executive
for the Animated Magazine audience. I defense particularly effective In committee that the statement was
in the 8IAA circuit. !!I team as well as Gerald WalkerJr. I
i CHA'ITANOOOAtuP? James I demoralized Hills- released out of New York Fred-
the last half by
., son of the former major league
It's not that Florida shouldn't have a breather on their sched-
I' Mertz. right-handed pitcher has I I borough's; offensive patterns and die Corcoran regarding his status.
solicit them. But 111 be i I star, and Jimmy Dye a sophomore
_ ute. Most college carefully a fat. hairy;
been obtained on option by the Motorcycle throttled Mae Williams, their "Until Corcoran contacts the
philosopher If I can see the logic in going several hundred miles to Chattanooga Lookouts from Washington prospect from Tampa to round I all-State renter, to a total of executive committee, we have no

Texas after one when there Is one available right here In the State.A Joe Engel. Chattanooga I Sporting out His a hurling infield staff list with. I four points for the entire game. I idea what he has in mind or what

fair slice of the State's populace has wondered why a game I president, said yesterday. Races Planned Includes Julian In a preliminary game, the Orlando his feelings are."
Tigner. Bill
Stone. Kent
,1 couldn't be arranged between the Gators and the Tars. They will I Mertz won 12 and lost 15 with Stevens "B" squad took a 34-28 decision -I

r' wonder all the more when they see the 1947 schedule today. And they :I Atlanta in 1942. He went up to Brevities and Ronald Manly at catcher over Hillsborough's "B" Drake . 8Um a). Me
'may wonder with reason.I Washington the next year and Here Mar. 2 Bill Peeler, John Francisco. Buck team in a rough and tumble came.,i Call (3>. Lyons .3> Fiedler 43).
Flowers Hillsboroaih Gomalta C51 Plmai WUlllm -
Jerry Cloud Haines Orlando (40) NillSAevouejh 131) :
honestly; don't think there's a soul in the University of FlorIda's has been in the armed forces since Bumby, Pete Radcliff and Player f, ft tl (Player t, ft tl (3>. Bitty (2)) O'N.al (2). GereU (21.:
then. Seventy-two of the nation's top George McOlnnls, f 2 O Gonzalei.' (24 t Officials: Sexton and K. Moor
athletic set-up who can give one good, sound reason for turnIng -
.. Sowerby.
Drake I 23 7IHowrlU f 00 0
motorcycle racing drivers described Walter St. Denis widely knownas
a deaf ear to Rollins' petition for a game with Florida In favor I I Outfield candidates I Tovnsend e 2 I S Pimm ( 10 2 I
as the most imposing array of a sports editor on the old New are Jimmy stomp e II II Williams, e 2 0 4
of this North Texas State Teachers outfit.If Call Wins York World and N. Y. Globe and I Stone, Ralph Dobbins. Jerry Cor- McCall I T 4 IB,,Baity. c 23 1 1940 CHEVROLET
: there's a good explanation one that will hold water. I'd like to I Jungle riders assembled in the State N. Y. Mail and more recently attachEd bett Roger Pharr Harry Sullens. Lyons .t t 1 104 2 4 Hernandea.0 NeaL t t 0 14 0 0 0Fiedler Cab over Engine Track

r hear it. I this year will compete for $1,500 to Mike Jacobs' publicity i, Dick Johnson Dan Branham Ed I Garcta, c ..20.. 4 Thoroughly Reconditioned

z.r, I cash prizes Sunday. March 2. at office, died yesterday at the age I, Thornton and Guy Stone. 1!I Total 15 10 40Total-, 10 11 31 $1095
Seminole it of 69 Coaches will select the Score b, periods.
Speedway, was an- j
'I
"I Pro Tennis Stars At Sunshine : Florida Announces I 12' 4 T HOLLER CHEVROLET CO.
National Hockey League all-star
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L.
nounced yesterday by W. Pat- Orlando I 9 9 10 12 40
Gator --- um
T.Read for Nassau Wright J team this year Stuart H. Hol- i I Hillsboronch 13 < S S 31 IIS W. Central TeU .un
rick of president of the 47 Football .
Miami comb. Army's end coach has been i Slate : Personal Souls Orlando.: McGinnis (4)

.1:MIAMI API Tennis players I TAMPA tAP] Finding the Florida Motorcycle Assn. named head coach at WashingtonU. GAINESVILLE [tAP A' 10-

..:* 7red Perry Frank Kovacs and going at Sunshine Park to his liking Six five-mile and three tn- . Canada's Barbara Ann I game football schedule for 1947
:. Martin Buxby left here yesterday Alumni Jungle Call won the featured ,I Scott won the women's world figure has been completed at the Univer- I
; "tar Pan American Clipper for Nassau Speaker : Midway purse by two lengths; mile finals events over the one skating title yesterday with sity of Florida. Coach Raymond

,.' when' they will play a four- I L Jungle Call the favorite over- mile dirt track are planned in Gretchen Merrill of Boston second. Wolf reported yesterday

day. round of exhibition matches. Frank S Wright University of ,I came Blue Devil's lead around the the noire, amateur and expert The Stockholm press and pub- Four Florida opponents playedin

*, LACY NAMED PILOT Florida alumni secretary and publicity stretch and closed with a rush. I competitions. lic have criticized referees for giv- bowl games last year including I Hat Comforts
closed outside the
Fifth fast on
i ing early entries in men's world IN. c. State. Gator Bowl North
BLUEFIELD.: : W. Va. IAP1c director for 15 years before torn to place second. j Patrick said virtually all the top- ;
skating championship high scores I Carolina-Georgia. Sugar Bowl, I
f George Lacy. catcher last season the war. will be principal speakerat I Jungle Call paid $5.40, $3.80 and notch drivers who will race at which resulted in Richard Button 'and North Texas State Teachers.
for Indianapolis In the American the first 1947-48 general mem- t $2.50. Fifth with Ken Robertson I
Beach next week-end of Optimist Bowl.The .
the
Daytona: Englewood N. J, losing title -
Assn.. has been named playing bership meeting of the Orange up. paid $7.10 and $3.10. Psychic schedule: I
Hans Gerschuieler of
to Switz-
manager, ,of the Bluefield Blue- County chapter of the Universityof 'Fancy also overtook Blue Devil in plus others who have already filed erland. Sept 27 Dnlrrrstty of MtssippL .t I RESISTOL

Grays of the Appalachian Baseball'I Florida Alumni Assn. Wednesday the final sixteenth to take show entries, will come here for the The N. Y. Yankees held their Oct. 4 Jacksonville. North Texas State

League Business Mgr. Jim More : night.v 'money and paid $2.80. The time American Motorcycle Assn.sponsored initial workout at San,Juan yes- here ; "Self Conforming"t.
11. Auburn at Auburn. ,
Wesley Fly. chairman of therroup' for the 5 1-2 furlongs was 1104.: Teehera.1
announced yesterday. IB North Carolina
event. -
terday while the Giants hold their '
publicity committee, said Trade Mark
j RaleUh. 4
The 13 local motorcycle clubs in first drills at Phoenix. Ariz.. Mon- 25 University of North '
the meeting would be held at 8pm. I MIAMI [API Armed and
J I I dZ
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day Andrew Jackson (Jacksonville hereNOT .
.tip to Mea: Wednesday in the San Juan Jockey Doug Dodson teamed together Florida are putting up the prizes ] has'Been rated No. 1 for 1. Purman con.... at Tampa
i Hotel's assembly room. Pat Pat- again yesterday to win the money and staging the race. the class A. group one basketball I. University. ol Georgia, at Jacksonville .J Made of the famous fin qualityfur

.i tillo. recently elected president. $25.000 added McLennan tournament in Jacksonville Feb. IS Tulant University, at Mew Orleans -
r felt from Texas.
4 GIVE HER A BATH will preside. : cap at Hialeah by four Handi-1' The .
IAP1]
The greatest P I DAYTONA BEACH 27-28 and Mar. 1. Julia Landon, 21. University of Miami. at Miami.
said would discuss ; Robert E Lee and Pensacola follow 29 Kansas State University, here comfort
Fly: Wright ing of all time flashed under the vanguard of racing riders began The exclusive Rwiitol feature gives you
e M taw**, a* hl.Uh1 that problems of general Interest to In that order .
obtained In hats
wire with Eternal Reward second arriving here yesterday for the I and flexibility heretofore only
[Savannah]
t;'t
Georgia
.Ia. trleadi aid trieadly tatmiti (the all former students of the University and Westminster third. !

s( ,cat] will die with e.vylInvssUiatt I and to the parents of Armed' was a 1 to 4 favorite in I i I American Motorcycle Association'sI Lists Rollins Game I manufactured especially to your indi..idudorder.

) both alumni and students. All the parimutuels and returned 1947 International ChapionshipRaces Jesuit Draws I Tissue paper weight. Popular pastel
are invited to attend. $2.50. $2.30.,$2.30. Eternal Reward at the Road-Beach Course i SAVANNAH (API The University shades.
:( tot permanent beauty .( I of Georgia's Savannah
under Porter Roberts paid $560 Feb. 2223.A Di-I
Plana for organization of a Gator I'II vision yesterday announced $10 to $25ctl'
j CHROMITE Boosters Club in this area will and $3.70 and Westminster. $3. field of 301 motorcyclists eight game football schedule for I

'be Fly discussed said the after meeting Wright's was talk.called 1, Late, which scratches probably Included would Let'sDance have', will compete in the two-day No. 1 Seeding next The Fall.schedule

interest In 'been a second choice to Armed in event 133 drivers in they 100- Oct. 4 Parris Island Marines here
the marvelous van tile that primarily to generate ; ..
h sew the betting. The value of 11 Rollins Collate at Winter Park.
,: makes possible bar "Dream bathroom* the organization and advised that gross mile novice race Feb. 22 and 16S tSperiol( to The Sunday Sentinel-Storl 1 Fla.
\0 and Armed
the $31,850 *
race was .
L IS Open)
at tar leu coat than yo. thousht pos no fund solicitations would be !! National Expert & I26
netted 24.300 to bring his all- in the 200-mile LAKELAND--Jesuit High Schoolof 25 Station CNN. (FlaJ h.r.
sib'.. made during the session. NOT 1 >.
t"l I time earnings to $415,875 and Into 'I Championship the following Tampa was seeded first for the Eat OpenS : Carolina Tearhers con... qei.
:t fifth place behind Whirlaway. Class A, Group n high school bas- at Greenville. S. C. M
J: She baa never seen each lustrous colors ALL-STAR DATE SET : Stymie, Assault and Seablscuit f day.; ketball tournament to be held IS Ovlettwrpe at Atlanta z Allen
sad they not affected by continuous NEW YORK [API The sec- 22 Milllran College Tenn) here
: an here Feb. 27-28 and March 1.
the winners. ref-
p t among top money Jim Davis of Indianapolis, 27 or 28 Parris Island Marines atParria
hot (bowers.Chremiio ond annual East-West All-Star i I Jefferson High of Tampa was Island.
events. predicted
college basketball game for the I! eree for the AMA Dee. S lion Colin Ol.C.) here.
seeded Plant and
second with City
\ ARCADIA. Calif. IAP1 Hub- "American machines will have to 2U6 N. Orange Ave.
la forover rust-awvof (Mca_ benefit of the HeraldTribuneFresh ble Bubble won the $50,000 San Lakeland taking the other seeded I
,;; tilhtt it ia .miMaw..... of proof ainc>i(_Military_ .. Mwro water.area Air Fund will be staged at Vmcente I Handicap yesterday at go all out to British repulse motorcycles the challenge en- positions in a cut and dried draw- t Pickering, Waves

..o OMpesed. mortar jotnta) and nub Madison Square Garden Saturday Santa Anita Park when Louis B. of the 34 in e. Clash
.s .Iea.... with Just a ...... ct..... March 29. I Mayer's favorite. Stepfather was I tered. mOther teams entered are' Orlando WednesdayThe

Ideal for Kltcheni tool! disqualified from first place and Sanford and Mainland Pickering All-Stars will -
ruled out of the money. : Gil Dodds Captures High of Daytona Beach. meet the Jacksonville Naval Air
iMolriaa lavitedi TOM COXWinter Station Waves sextet here at the

1 i Toussaint Two-Mile HOCKEY scones Davis Armory at 8:30 p.m. Wed
Tndianapollr 4. Cleveland 3.
METAL TILE CO. Garden Braves Sign NEW YORK (API Gilbert Dodds Detroit 8. Cbtraco 1. nesday in an exhibition game it .toes your fiat
Montrral 4. Toronto 4 (tie).
I M E. Central Opp. Clock Phone 4271 Nationally Famous galloped to victory in the Tous- New Haven 2. Sorlnifield 2 (tie). was announced yesterday.Air .
Feint two-mile at the New York Pittsburgh 9. Rrrshrr 3.
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Kltchea ranoardt recovered' ; Six Stripp Buffalo 4. St. Louis 1ProTldenct FITYOIR'
} Athletic Club's indoor games last
Tear 'Round Low Prices 7, Philadelphia 4. Conditioned For Comfort
Staialest Steel Alomiamm with
or i .night outclassing; his field
School PupilsThe I i the same ease he had displayed T Caalrs MaaieorUt Assures Alio Rapid Available Service '

i jin dominating the mile since ending Aulo Undercoating ERRS ?
EOLA BARBER SHOPA.
AUTO BODY WORKPalnUmFendera \ Boston Braves yesterday : a three-year retirement a
Eliminates Rattles Road Noises L. Diettatoa. Prop
month ago.
signed six players out of the Joe
Orlando's only air-conditioned shop
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rixed-Wreeks RebutttPolishinfJet
Piano Spray Waxing. Work done) promptly by Stripp Baseball School to con- BASKCTMAU. RESULTS 22 E. Washington St.

,t e. expert at lowest possible prices.STIVERSPONTIAC. I tracts in their farm system bring- (Hrah; Sch.*l) I. -ED ,MAYO
ing to 62 the total number of OR'ANDO 40. Hillsboroufh 31.
Suet,. 38 Leetburt 11lakeland 101 N. Main Tel 9782
players winning contracts out ofthe 30. Miami Jackion 23C"M : f
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schools
126 students. ,
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Ben Cantwell of Sanford. for- i I Texas 4':,>. 'Texas AftM 40 I III
I *M0 Arkansas 44 .
mer Braves pitcher and a school | Stetson 41 Southern 30.Ran.so BOATPARTY
instructor represented the Boston II 69.: Nebraska 30.: FISHING
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I Iowa 65. Michleaa, 46i jMtM
.. National League Club in signing i WUrensin 54. Northwestern 43 ON LAKE APOPKA I
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three infielders and two'outfielders. Westminster" Carriesie Tech 48. Modern Now Cakm Crew
I rc i' p.rui Army 6O.44. Harvard Princeton tt 39 alt-Tackle Furni....... InformalReservation .-
One player Stanley Brill. I South Carolina 81. Georgia 40. -Price, Phono 44M. Charter ,
1 Clemson 54 Presbyterian 53. Fistlinej aerP.O.. Bo 1724. 1.rot"A -
Tamaqua Pa., an outfielder was Dusve 64. Georgia Tech 54. Orlando, FU. ..
t $ slimed to the Braves Class B Dartmouth 53. Tale 60. T tood heal t.hl Ziauin
Illinois 69. Indiana 50.
JF Pawtucket K. I. farm club and Ohio State 5$. Mld ..n State 48.I ..on' t. Ga'ole
i the other five were signed for Vlllanova 68; Rutgers 63. ears Clar k
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Columbia 41. Cornell 27. 1.t
various Class D league farm I Navy 58 Pens State 43. \ i l helP
1'- Speaking ofappointments. clubs. I I M.nnesota Alabama .3 81.. Mississippi Purdue 69 30. ELECTROCAP .t le41'i1t '01,1\ 1.\ ail ..1.b a full

t Others signed: Outfielder Rob- IBO e. Auburn S3.Icwa a hat 4 dotes
.4"" ert D. and First Baseman MichaelIgnatti 55. Michigan .4., sear snapp' oft.bri'all .
I Syracuse M Colgate: 65 all
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Apopka Captures CFC Basketball Tourney





. Orlando- Florida, February 16, 1947 mqf &ttnJtag ttfctI-&iar Page 71 i




(i .ai; rtlJ Golden AirsClass Fusari New --I Blue Darters r>



f s i A B C Trim TavaresIn

By HEll MOSHER e t


Since the big. State-wide Orlando fishiiig contest sponsored Tourney Plans WelterweightTitle

jointly by The Sentinel-Star and Sears Roebuck and Co. has less than 37-28 Tilt
i TAMPA [rAP Plans for the an-
\. two more weeks to run-an analysis of the adult black bass standings, Threat
W nual State Class A basketball,
.. giving all contestants a 100 per cent picture of what win be necessaryto I tournament here March 6-8 werecompleted for
win bass prizes hereafter-Is today in order. The contest ends at I at confer- I I tr ORMUND POWERS ; .
yesterday a
midnight on the night of Feb. 28th. I between Executive Secretary NEW YORK [FlIP Unbeaten TOur Own Staff Orr soondn t J

Look for some 14 and 15-pounders, meanwhile! ence Golden of the Florida Charley Fusari New Jersey's blond MT. DORA Coach Howard
Lafayette I II milkman was considered a definite Beckert's big Apopka Blue Darters. .
Largest black bass and present holder of first-place honors. -
School Athletic Assn ;
State
i High paced by six feet four of
threat inches
to Ray (Sugar] Robinson's -
which would mean a $50 first prize in cash if prizes were given out and officials of Fort Homer Hes-i world welterweight lanky center in Ronnie Richardsonwho
at this writing is a new entry from Welaka-a 13-pound 11-ounce I II i crown : .
terly, the big National Guard yesterday because of the magnifi- tallied 20 points downed the
largemouth. caught by Dr..Samuel S. Solomon a Winter visitor who I Armory site of the tournament. I cent manner in which he battered Tavares Bulldogs, defending The New

hails from 45 Sycamore Ave.. Mt. Vernon. New York. This fine bass 1, Some of the decisions announced veteran Tippy Larkin into helplessness champs to win the Central Florida 2

,measured 271-* inches in length. 21 Inches in girth and was taken out were: Student tickets for before a sell-out crowd at Conference basketball tournament -

of the famed Doc La Fevers Fish Camp at Welaka ,whCre Mayor C. 1,,1all games will cost $1. Tickets for Madison Square Garden Friday 37-28, before a capacity
D. Andersen of Welaka. is in charge. The bass took live bait whichis I|night games good for reserved crowd here last night. 1

the usual thing at Welaka at this-date. seats will cost $2. Reserved seat night.As Fnsari of Irvington, N. J., The superior height of theDarters' VrestonSattCka.
GREATEST 1
OF THEM ALL- center be :
big proved to
tickets for any one of the night registered his 48th consecutive
I Denton T. Cy] Young who won the margin of victory for the
Second largest bass for the $?5 cash second prize at present is sessions I will be 75 cents. There professional victory he amazed more major league mound victories -,Orange Countians who grabbed a
will be reserved seats for afternoon the experts who him
no bad made
the 13-pound. 8-ounce black bass-the.largemouth taken from Brick than any other pitcher ever'*fast lead they never relinquished.
Lake by W. P. Blackburn of 1012 Delaney Park Orlando. He session. Adults will be admitted an 11-5 underdog. The rangy has ,
Drive. I or probably ever will will be The Mt. Dora girls' team cap-
used a Heddon Spook in casing for this fine fish which measured 27& for 50 cents and studentsfor rugged blond not only out- 80 on Mar. 29 and his hometownof tured the feminine conference
25 cents. Afternoon will punched his more experienced At.
inches long. 21 inches in girth. games Newcomerstown O., is planninga championship in a preliminary
start at 1 p.m. Thursday and the opponent, but he actually: out- .
gala observance for by defeating the Tavares
the
anniver- game
Third largest fish is a 13-pounder. even weight taken by P. L. boxed him in several rounds.
night games at seven. Friday afternoon sary of the man who 511 lassies. 4030.Conference. .
Gentry Winter visitor from Term the won ,,
Clinton who caught big one As Fusari registered his 34th
quarter finals will start at
games and lost 315 in 22 coaches picked two
in Lake Wailes years. |i
on a plug casting. knockout in his first major test
1 o'clock
and the semi finals at players each from the two final-
I he clinched bout with the win-
eight., The championship game a ist teams in naming their all-
Other entries at present holding their places for the next 13 of : Saturday night will also start at ner of Friday's welterweight Gar- conference team with Ed Sir-

the 16 prizes are: den scrap between Beau Jack and Bumby MeetsO'Brien's mons of Tavares drawing the I4 .RETREAD.

A bass which weighed 12 pounds, 12. ounces, on the Sears scales, i eight.The tournament will Tony Janiro. most votes and teammate Bob

from Lake Virginia, Winter Park and caught by Bob Bishop of 1864 : attract In'A' Hall tying with Charlie Ashley
the 16
Taylor Ave. Winter Park, who used a 2000 "frog" plug, places fourth. strongest Class A teams Class A champions but none did i of Apopka and Don Helms of
This fish was 28 inches long 20 inches around the middle. four from each group tourna- Lyman in votes. Apopka's Rich-
Fifth ment. These preliminary con- so.Class B teams will meet at Day-' FeatureBumby ardson trailed Sirmons for second
--an 11-pound 6-ounce bass from Clear Lake, by Mrs. tests will be played Jacksonville
here. place honors.
Edna Morrison of 1500 Grand Are. who used live bait. tona Beach and Class C teams at
Sixth-a bass of 11 pounds, from Sand Lake by O. M. Veach Or- Lakeland and Miami Mt. Dora on the same dates as the Hardware and O'Brien'sPharmacy Jimmy Vincent of Mt. Dora
on Feb. 26, 27 and March 1. will take up where they James O'Steen of Winter Park.
lando, who used the 2000 plug and rod. The bass 30 inches Class A tournament. '
casting was No challenges from lower clas- Sixteen qualifying tournamentswill left off after first-half play tomorrow Keller cf Mt. Dora. Parker of
long.. night at Davis Umatilla and B. D. Baggs of Cler-
sifications will be allowed this decide entrants in the Class Band Armory,
Seventh-an 11-pounder. 26ft inches long caught on the 2000 year. In 1946 Class B and C winners C Championships Tourna- when they clash in the feature mont made up the second team j
plug by Marvin Carroll of Orlando in Clear Lake. were allowed to I I event of Class A Basketball[ I selected.
challenge the ments.
League doubleheader. i I H. Jennings Rou president: of
Eighth Is Bumby nosed out O'Brien's in a 1 the conference and principal of the
a 10-pound,3-ounce largemouth, from Lake Sioux by W. '
D. Handy, Orlando, who .used a live shiner with rod and reel, and E. J. Hal Scot's play-off game for first-half hon-[ Tavares High School presented
Guard winner and
to the
whose fish etSeason's I ors and their game tomorrow, trophies runnerup -
was 26'i! inches long. and
divisions
first of three meetings in second- of the respective
Ninth-10 pounds even from Lake Griffin. taken on a South i half play, is rated as a nip-and- gold individual basketballs to the

Bend plug, by J. G. Nogrady, of 1771 Glencoe Rd. Winter Park, while Marks at Exposition I tuck affair They play at 7:45 i all-conference selections at a cere-
over in Lake County. This bass was 26 inches in length. I mony immediately following the
pmThe
Tenth-a. 10-pound bass, 25 inches long, from Lake Formosa, By DAVID- [FIGGIE] FRIEDMANThe JayCees, surprise winners i I game

,caught by :A. C. Hauser on a Johnson Silver Spoon. Angler Hauser [ Sunday Sentinel-Star Harness Hare Expert) I over Bumby last Thuraiay in theopening I I Player Aeopka (37) fw ft M Tavares PUW. (28) fW ft tI t44 4 .

resides at 1637 Ferris Drive-and apparently his fish will place over "The highlights of the week at the Florida Live- round of second-half play AshltT f 4 2 10 Sirmons I 2 0 4
Angler Nogrady's because of its past takes on the Rutland's quintet in I Hicks f SIS! f'retweU. I S 2 12Rieh'ds'n.
extra inch in
length! stock II 8 20 Hall. 3 2 8i
Grounds e e
Exposition were the the second .
I at 9
training performancesof .
m.i
EleveiUh bass of 6 pounds 9 ounces, from Lake Dot caught on game p i GlllUm. a 0 1 lIHolltnd I 1 2 4
the two-year-old pacers from the Baker Acres Stable Ch.Dnd. < 0 1 1'Gal.' g 0 0 0
a 'minnow.by Dan Tushenske of Windemere. (Coven. f 000
Twelfth-a 9-pound 8-ounce largemouth. 26 inches long, by B. and a three-year-old trotter from, the Arden Homestead i Shooting Stars, Wildcats I, _Hawtho'ne.I 0 0 0'II

C. Le<1ford. Eustis who also used live bait. Stable. .A"" Win Club ContestsThe 'II', Totals 12 13 37!Totals ii '8 28
Trainer Harry Fitzpatrick drove Boys Score by period: _1. 2 3 4 T ices*

la the 13th spot Is -pound, 8-ounce bass 25 Inches long, caught the Baker Acres-owned Friscoway. Shooting Stars topped the ADOPI Tavern u u u :: JJ 7 nun 1 nQII
paired with E. J. Hal with Assistant Red Devils 43-14. and the Wild- Officiate: Sehubiter and Fetter. s.
by R. W. Jenkins of 32 Rosalind Ave. who used a Shannon Spinner, -- --- ----- % C
fishing in Lake Corrine. Trainer Clyde Crippen up. cats won from the Tigers 15-8, ,
Fourteenth The former timed the mile in 229. in the Orlando Boys Club's Sat- CIGARETTES *1.j p rn : i i RET :
8-pound 12-ounce bass from Sylvan Lake. Winter the last quarter in 34 ,seconds urday morning basketball league. Rl qW"
Park taken on a ""popper" James A. Leahy. 1476 Grove Terrace while the latter timed in Play In the advanced league POPULAR BRANDS

Winter Park.Fifteenth. 2.29i-.34I/i. a season's record for this week pits St. Luke's Cathe- WRITE FOR ORDER CARD

Is H. E. Stivers, who entered an 8-pound 7-ounce bass both gaits and age and the first dral against Marie Restaurant at Send n money x. I w r 'r

from Lake Underbill. This'fish was caught on a fly rod. two-year-oldsto beat 2:30: over a S. 6:30: pm Thursday while John- c.e.w.a wt oaseu.soo.ciasrsr.x.NGFrt ., ,

Sixteenth pound. 8-ounce bass. 24 inches long, from Lake half-mile track at any training H sons Men's Shop meets Jackson lYCn e7Yr.LU.M.LIpa1N M.I.anw ..
Howell by Wm. T. Knight of 1035 West ,Yale. Orlando who used a track in the United States at this Sports Shop at 6:30: p.m. Wednes- rusr.oo.:7aL
2000 plug. .time of the year. day, and the Panthers vie with .JL.ak 9af... lb...
Now It Is true-and Trainer Joe McFadden drove the the Orlando Nursery five at 7:30: JLU. tL.J-ry stlikrt
no exaggeration say that the bass fishIng Arden Homestead-owned Scot's pm. Wednesday.

at present Is the finest of the entire ;year! Mar you be lucky Guard the mile in 219. the last

enough to catch one of those IS-ponnders. or perhaps only a 15- quarter in .32i} a season record I .\

pounder, daring the time that this fine fishing contest continues to for three-year-olds either gait. I
ma! Following are workout from the various Never before such "'L D
(tab)**. (Hones are two-year-old trotter
During the next few days entries In the speckled perch bream. times otherwise specified. Numbers laparcBtheii
allflsh. bluefish. seatrout and redfish (channel bass divisions will indicate see.)

be published but space prevents this today. Tr ln ARDEN.r Harry HOMESTEAD Pownall STABLE worked the FAST, EASY 1BuiIt and
champion two-year-old trotter of all time. !
Titan Hanover (:S), paired with Beatrice
Hanover <:5) (J. Mefadden up). a bandy I
mile in 2:1I1-13: ,: Walter Spencer (4) FILING!
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH In 2:1': Vi-J3V>. Hetterland (2) a quarter In S'' Guaranteed the
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and rarer (2) In 2J7-J7: JOE FcFADDEX THE OXFORD '

The various SAKES members ACRES trained STABLE the forepart 4!o handled Scot's Guard r
FRONT ENDS REBUSHED of iho week la air time. The pacers. j Famous FirestoneFactoryMethod
Eddie Havens (7) in 22V-32H.. Army I' Inc colt No. Mo Direct (2) a mil In 2'4139 b
Hal (3) In 2.21:311: March Heir (:5) In I : B likeable juvenile: the two aged pacers
WHEELS ALIGNEDGENERAL 2:22-:33.: The trotter Grand Parade (3) Gay Adam <6) an evenly rated mil in
paired with Westfield Girl (4) In J23Vi33 2.40 and Grey Castle (4> In 3S-J5Vi.: I 1
: : \.: Sprint Flower (3) in 2:33-JS: Prime TOM BERRY STABLE 1i
OVERHAULING Minister (3) in 2.32: Vi-;35 V. and Algiers <3) Out at Semlnole Park Trainer Tom Berry 61 I
In 22332. ..or ked three Juvenile members the tore a aI
aEN WHITE STABLE part of the week in improved fashion The 1
Following are the workouts the past pacing colt. Kisko Dale (2) went a mile in PORTABLE DESK-SIDE I
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!Irk, a mile in 2:34-:3 : Gibson White latter two are highly: regarded Other FILE WITH HANGING p.
lit N. ORANGE PHONE %2-0746, drove the two-year-old paring colt. Titan times Included Whippets Charley at : retreading is new. First, jour tires are Safti- '
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.38 rn improved fashion: Adeline Hanover 37 and the pacers Poplar Valo In 2 ---
a quartera 37 handy. Bright: Star 37 and Poplar FX>.R. at 2:37.35.: r : Checked by skilled inspectors for soundnessof
In 39: Cordelia Hanover In :40: Judge OTHER TRACKS .
Moor In 38: Madison Hanover and Ames No workouts were recorded from the i. | cord second
Scott la '164. Stockman Floyd Hannls. E. E Nelson anda. body; they are Safu-Checked .
AT THE C. POWNALL STASIS J. Promt Stable lor the
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The aged member of the stable Trainer j haddea hanging ( Ide sMoketh.PeadefeaerfASTEST for hidden defects that
Eugene Pownall worked in Improved form TRACK MOTES ANti) VISITORS I File complete might endangeryour
Trotting mare. Oolda (6) a mile la 2,1S.33 Trainer Clarence Chase shipped in two
WALK V4: Mary Hanover <8) in 32V-34; AP- head from gehoharie. N.Y. Names and on rollers with safety; third, the new tread rubber is
OVER SHOP ple Hanover II) in 233-36V: and the breeding are: Ruby Glow. PM (11) by land EASIEST lor desk ud
pacer Expendable (5): in 27V4-J3.. Afterglow Dam Ruby Nelson! : 8Uah Direct. folders and index
HATCHELL STABLE Blk M III by Billy Direct. Dam Alta Direct [and auxiliary era, wt Safd-Checked to make sure it is the same
Due to Trainer Carl Hatehell being away Owner-trainer Jim Stockman: has x
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high used in
W. R Leatherdalo worked the members trotting (till McKeniie Queen to Clever quality as new tires; finally, i
of the stable The pacers Blue MIM ,
Again (7) a mil in 3.23V4-:33Vi. Rhea Track visitors last week Included Mr. and your tires are Safti-Checked make
Hanover C7) In 2'29 1/5-:35; C. D. Frisco Mrs. H Gerry New York Mr and Mrs to sure
(41 in 3'30-:JS: Orattan Cash (4) in I:35V4.36' A. J. Scott Montgomery. NT. Theodore
,. The trotters Betty Ra-(1) In 2:2645- J. Zornow Pltu rd. N.Y. patron of Ben the job is up to Firestone high standards of _
i :J2,, B fast trick: BJ (3) coupled with Mae White Stable; Mr. and Mn. H W. Jarrett.Thompsonville. It is both '
Duff (7) In 2J1-J7: and Kaola t7) InPYLC Conn; Mr, and Mrs J B.I .
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8 &tuttntl-&tar Orlando Florida February 16,1947'' bore fruit on a tree' which still speedily in world power politics.
IZIjP fintn&tg
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is Japanese property and they I Their morning coats and striped LAUNDRY 8 DRY CLEANINGQuick
will return.In trousers presents of silk brocade
JAPAN FIGHTS TO WIN PEACE gle government decree thereby I when they are turned back the world trade the Japanese will t 1 and Samurai swords are ready service If yon bring it by our office or phone for pickup:
eliminating enormous interest and Japanese will say "we never had play the British against the Americans for the reparations meetings, the and delivery service.
principal payments to war firms I it better" as they see the modern the Australians against the peace conference and similar
i and individual holders. i American kitchen cabinets electric Canadians the Indians against the meetings. the preliminaries having IVANHOE LAUNDRY I CITY CLEANERS
;ast Comeback SeenRising Japan will win the peace because t stoves new household furnishings English and the French againstthe already been won. to the dismayof I 16M N. Orange-Ph. $594 I I 39 W. Colonial Drw-Ph. 7557
her people are industrious | and a 1947 liar in every Chinese. They will move the Chinese and the Filipinos. -

energetic and experienced in : garage. I,
I -
'I business, manufacturing and : Privately in conversation the I
l"7-or Sun Empire shipping, not because "her peo- former enemy stresses that no pre- I .
ple feel chastened by defeat" or war bond or debenture ever deI
that "arrogance has given way I i faulted. that up to 1941 coupons Special Announcement
; were honored a record which favored -
to respect" as a missionary from
YOUNG
JAMES K.
lr
I their for a
Japan told the Miami Rotary applications many ,
[Author ef "..ltiacl the fang Sun," for 13 year a foreign correspondentm'Jopau Club recently. ,, years before the war and which 'This announcement is to inform the public that I have

.md m th. Far East reccrlly. for six months to father material for The Japanese are anxious and will win for them the commercial'peace vacated the place. I have had for several years on the
of World in
War n Asia.
< series of articles of which this is the Tint, The writer, spoke at Winter Pork ready having no consciousness of Graduates of Oxford and Har- i comer of Rosalind and Ridgewood and have moved to 14
recently.] I war guilt to resume trade with I vard will point to the economic my new office building at 25 N. Thornton St.
any country. Her business men expect disintegration of China and whereas R
The Government Cabinet crisis in Tokyo will not affect : !
? to win the markets of China
the fact that in the transition from war to peace-time economic and the Philippines The Nether- to the we decline Chinese a the$500 Japanese million loan will I I Go east on Central from center of town until you cometo

rebuilding the Japanese will display remarkable lands Indies and Malaya for there succeed through our credits in do- Lake Lawsona. turn to the left and go three doors.
recovery. the people want sub-quality goods. ing business with China on a barter I Here is the picture of the new office building which I
Shooting escapades in Tokyo the attempted attack on The Japanese manufacturer as he basis. Nazis in Japan and call "THE HUT." I shall continue to render assistanceto
Geh. Douglas MacArthur at his looks today upon ghost buildings China hundreds of them will be I the asthmatic sufferer and to give my usual sinus
wrecked by fire bombs and blockbusters the entrepreneurs,
going even
headquarters entrance and the available soft coal and hydroelectric at smokeless chimneys I ther than China-to South fur-I treatments which have so marvelously helped people
hitherto unpublished fact that a power are more abundant thanin and empty warehouses values the ica with Jap bicycles who have had this distressing trouble. Sometimes people
plat to assassinate the premier was any other Par Eastern country.Her I!'United States as an occupying pottery light bulbs and rubber- have been relieved of their sinus trouble in as few as
intercepted by the arrest of the t force for we provide cotton fuel soled shoes. five treatments and after a whole year the trouble has a.. l
farmers arr. enjoying prosperity oil.ships credit and technical and
The Japanese remember that not returned. There is probing and no drops of
young no any
patriot win not upset ambitious and her fishermen are happy engineering skill which will restore their economic machinations at
Japanese plans to win the that peace means great catches their trade. the Havana conference In 1940 kind are used but the head cavities which are so loaded
peiU.Of again in the North Pacific. We are building for the Japa- with putrid infectious muco-pus are immediately relieved
all the countries In the war Internally there win be threatsof I and people declare the very next day that the sinusesare
ravaged Orient Japan will be the government collapse and the nese the best airfields in the Orient s
first to advance in world economic financial structure is caught In a new lighthouses radiotelephone svic:ker-kro(. singularly free from pain and the stopped-up con
trade: already the United Statestakes vicious spiraling Inflation but systems wireless stations, dition.
90 per cent of Japanese exports Japan has men who are anxiousto and radio transmitters. We are :
companyJUST
mostly silk and tea. a cash join a new government, that planning a 10-year road building To all those who arrange to take as few as three treatments -
return which is a powerful weapon they may inaugurate a long term program for them and we are a special sinus dietary program will be Included.
with which to prevent farm unrest. plan to recapture foreign trade in training a Japanese Coast Guard RECEIVED The Health Hut )
and while Florida citrus growers Korea. China and the Philippines. I to replace their lost navy. This dietary plan is not a starvation plan but it will
have their marketing troubles we I, Later they will re-enter the colonial Business leaders in Tokyo are ''A large shipment of keep you from forming so much superfluous mucus in DRIVE BY AND TAKE A LOOK AT THIS UNIQUE OFFICE
are scheduled to import 21 million i trading posts of the Dutch. hinting to American college alumni folding chairs your system. BUILDING AND IF YOU FEEL LIKE IT. DROP IN TO "THE
pound of Japanese mandarin !I British and French in The Neth- friends that loans will rehabilitate II
oranges. erlands Indies.Burma. IndoChinaand peace-time industries. The l Fiber & Sisal Rugs HUT" AND LET ME SHOW YOU AROUND.

(Florida crab fishermen too Saigon Japs have many prominent law- HYDROTONE TREATMENTSI If you have it in mind to take treatments however it wouldbe
Lawn & Porch Furniture
will be affected by American India's current crisis is a pleas- yers commercial men. diplomats I better for you to call for a definite appointment. The office
policy In rebuilding Japan's ing smote signal to the far-seeing and especially missionaries suchas Upholstery Dept.. Loose employ the electro-vibratory. system of clearing the will be closed Wednesday afternoons and all day Saturday, .
fishing Industry. Within the Japanese traders who believe that one who is now touring and '
bowels old
of age waste materiaL This system is far
next fortnight 32.000. eases of once the British relinquish controlof lecturing in Florida all of whomare Cushion Work. Plain or
ermbmeat. the first shipment ofmany Indian affairs the Tokyo economic working for the Japanese I' Printed Sailcloth and superior to the usual high colonic treatment and so far
more to come will reach plotters could resume their Other Fine Fabrics I as I know I am the only person this side of Californiawho Dr. Charles B. McFerrin
AfDerican grocery store shelves. pre-war contacts with gigantic export cause.The shrewd Internatlon is employing this method. It is astounding the rer
marketing of cheap manu- minded Japanese who survived ALL GIFT ITEMS : suits that the system brings about and patients declare Naturopathic Physician
Japan's food supply the transportation factured goods. the bombs, retain an equity in REDUCED TO COST I that they almost immediately commence to feel In Orlando 23 Years I
system skilled labor. valuable real estate and houses.
The Japanese thrive on world better in every way. 25 N. Thornton St. TeL 23031'II
and domestic turmoil. From 1931 American officers and high- 1245 N. Orange TeL 4358 .
1940 CHEVROLETCab to 1941 I covered 21 major assassinations brass occupy them now but
one revolution; two
ever Engine Truck
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$1095 Each crisis prdonced a stronger
ROLLER CHEVROLET' CO. political spiritual and economic
IU W. Cecal r.L WUI0HIee unity In Tokyo until the fatal
move by Tojo on Dec. 7. 1941.

u-w.- .advantages Aside from the overseas Japanese economic have tremendous YO II I1Y
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spiritual attachment to IINA !

Dr. Leonadas DENTIST A. Braboy' DDS the Emperor.* .* e 'II V liE

US West Chuck.Si. OrluuU. FU. Japan has no foreign debt: her
Office Boars 1M:" A.M-1Z P.... J A.M.P.M. national war loans and'vtctol'7"
1M: P M.. S P.M.t bonds can be written off by a sin- .
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tutes gambling, and If one form Orlando, Florida February 16, 1947 afar wttmg nitnrl-&tar Page 9 :proval to tne aaoptlou of oermau
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: ,.of the sport can be Utilized to : Americans Seek 'children by military personnel ax
provide tax revenue, then why '" I soon as a few complexities have
i not legalize all rambling fostered been ironed. outNeurilic. ,
Of Lottery For ,and supported by the public" I --
he added. Reich OrphansFRANKFURT
h 4< Sciatic
Taxes Urged Cook said the League of Municipalities 4 ,
should ask the State Legislature tAP) The cold
,Legalization of bohta. cuba and to pass enabling acts giving I, 1DYO ?K r hungry waifs of Germany have Rheumatic Pain
other lottery games subject to I cities power to regulate the num- found a warm place in the heartsof
bers lotteries and set a license and childless American couples- Thousands of sufferer* from mojenU
municipal license and taxation: paInS and aeha due to RheumatUm. Neuralgia
tax figure for operation of the iIiiij1er and the U. S. Army is clearing the Lumbago,Sciatica and Neuritis bar
yesterday was pointed to as a I game. i way for their adoption. tern delighted to ducovn til*Doctor
formula called .
Kwnmd
Mart* cJrrulat
source of revenue for tax-starved Admitting that there would be Scores of Americans, the Army through the blood almost immediately alter
Florida cities by County Com. E. many objections to such a law.! disclosed want to give a home to the Brat dose usually belplng natur ".orpofeonou
D. Cook. Cook emphasized the fact that the flews German youngsters orphaned by cause paloa*waste and M and>>n.ezccw...... and acid at that the fun aaa*
Cook pointed out that such a 1 I'games are in operation illegal the war. tune promptly combating Uia paw and
.proposal was ad-f'1 1 and might as By HAROLD ESCH Other U. S. military personnelhave dncomtortmay
; anyway I Trial Offer: To pro what *.. i4
vanced once before -* turned into a source of taxation. II i ROQUE Seven volunteered to adopt the can do to help foe feel improved and bow
"'\II :? decisions. fast U work*, get Rowuid from your drug
and drew of
Pointing out recent neglected illegitimate sons
added to the club's g and take exactly: aa directed.8e*ttm reulu -
the wrath of several -'f including the State Supreme :; i America's more irresponsible for yoHnelt.: Ton bo the ludf Unless
groups, butt court. rendering It "practically tournament event with $ soldiers. turprferd empty packare and dellrbted.and imply return Uw
said he still contends impossible to convict a numbers i I Matthews coming Gen. Joseph T. McNarney officials uaranteed Don curler Jour soother money tour back vitfe.ut at.
that a tax < operator Cook went on: said has given his tacit ap- trytnc .0......
two wins well
as as
--
on lotteries is i "Police can see the actual with two victories. Scores
similar to exist-
sale of ticket and the seller will
tag taxes on dog r. ; follows J. J. McGee
| :
be freed in court unless the
and horse ratings' .;".\. buyer testifies that the ticket Louis Hodoval by 32 to 19; 1 HOMESITESSALE for
-A tax and license -'S.
A' :
was purchased in order to participate Archie
law coVer.1'.. k 1. Bell won from I
in lottery, that the
Ing operators of t; { a to 14: Isaacs defeated
... ticket is on a fufure drawingand
I.\- _
numbers games I that it is of monetary to 26 and.also defeated
would provide all Cook I
the revenue needed by Florida value." f r32 by 32 to 10.
cities which keep claiming that O. Raymond EUars. Orange 1 Dr. R. B.Harris won
the State.of counties have monopolized County Solicitor, substantiated i Home by 32 to 24; I
tax revenue sources and I Cook's dpinion on difficulty of'! his two engagements by District Frank Wright. Florida Kiwanis District Key Club 50 large lots in Dubsdread
left them holding the bag with no I conviction of ticket sellers pointing and 32 to 7 from Home )I I
income to operating ex- out that they frequently are Key Club chairman. Frank Short Tampa, Martin Kirkland,
pay
1 McKee respectively. The Section
willing night Ft. Pierce. Elton Cahow, Ft Pierce, Don Barnes some as large as
-
penses. Cook said, adding: freed because buyers are not standingS have Dr.
Dog and horse racing eonstl- to testify in court.AUTO four wins without; a ses Lakeland, and George Kolias, Miami Seated are: 100'x250'
Gee eight won and one lost; and Ted Martin. St Petersburg, new governor; Jack
with the same total. 8-1 session Parry, St. Petersburg, corresponding secretary; I
Cab 1940 CHEVROLET Truck SEAT COVERSComplete les Laying with four standing, : Whit Weihe Lakeland recording secretary; Walter Corner Edgewater Drive and Par
over Engine Stock single loss. Tappan. DeFuniak Springs; Dick Brown Gaines- I
Thoroughly Reconditioned
We Install Them I ville: Bill Odis Daytona Beach. Ave. Dubsdread Country Club
near
$1095 LAWN BOWLING .
HOLLER CHEVROLET CO. ED MAYO official count in I a sitdown strike which had ..mines producing some 8,000 tons
115 W. Central TeL 2-1 Ml 101 N. Main Tel. 9782 Fouth Rutland Draw i 800 feet underground of coal daily. Overlooking Lake SilverOne
gave; George Doxsee a 35 I The sitdowners and other
his three games of i three walked days.out of the Lehigh miners reportedly appeared of Orlando's Finest Residential Sections
Smedley was one point Coal Co. colliery here pleased with the offer. One
with 34 as he counted a to striker declared "it was a just
I i management pledged pay
AIRCONDITIONINGBY 15-16-3. In both cases deducted for failure: to work settlement." That's what we DELAY CO., INC.
scoring games i I day. wanted.
chances of winning as P. O Box 1164
strike led to a general Minnesota has 31 soil conserva-
a L 2 score on the second Albert Delay-Phone 4506 or George Delay 9649
Smedley with a 3 on !' stoppage by 6,000 diggers tion districts, covering 8,796,5791 j
company's Panther Valley acres of land. I
CHRYSLER AIRTEMPYEARAROUND proves the up and down
that are always prevalent
O-ther top scores, but
their order of finish,
S. S. Hice 15-4-7 for 26;
AIR CONDITIONING Lewis 6-16-4 for 26: J.
4--9-18 for a 31; Sharley
WARM WINTER COOL SUMMERS had 7-8-18 for a 33;
doon had 7-9-12 for 28; .
Russell had 4-6-12 for ;

H. A. Daugherty & Co. Reichert Cedarholm with 4-3-16 7-9-12 for for 23
plete results of '

Robinson at Bumby Phone 2-2456 together of four games with the will be '

ORLANDO. FLORIDA the bulletin board for 47
n Target

.-.. club The trebles semi-final tournament

played on Monday if
Since. IIn Systems Installedi4Hour I curs before hand to
8en1ce Anywhere pone the long delayed
Tilley. Stewart Hice
Habbe are to play C. F.

John winners Turn tangle and Ben with it all in-and Fireball power from an engine style or size,1 performance or value.

trio Singles for the games finals.in the \ don't miss a that seems to stay forever young. Here's America's most wanted car

A. Cooper Handicap and easily America's most
played as follows: Jim
J. Lester Esch; H. Esch That hug-the-road look .
means
sou ht-after buy.
g
Meredith both to the ctured '
for
ship flight. In the you steadiness; coil springs on all four
Stuart Hollister plays L. ; Highway Hit LJ' So why let the crowd ahead of
Dr. G. W. Hobby wheels I spell matchless, floatingride .get

w.Bauwens W. Lewis.; Arthur wrapped up in you? Why wait when waiting
; wide-swinging doors open '
*
This week's 7'x can only postpone delivery, not
with Daytona Beach on interiors both handy and hand hasten it.
postponed until the 28.
ponement allows an followsome in arrangement. .

BRINGS NATURAL GAS The club tournaments Club Doubles to that be there's a style Just remember that faint heart: -:.

[|start one week tomorrow also. have in automo- In a word here's a car squarely ne'er won a fir car like this- and,

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FASTER COOKING .- h i day was not played
second straight battle amidships *
SILENT SERVEL REFRIGERATION I passed up. ONLY BUICK
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Page 10 I ltf &unbttt! &tnUntI-.6tnr Orlando, Florida, February 16, 1947 t CHICAGO CHICAGO(AP) (USDA LIVESTOCK) Salable boss Furnished CURB through STOCK courtesy LIST of afeirUL f CHICAGO COTTON(UP) CLOSING I MGR. OR SALES EXEC

-- 5OO (estimated): total not linn: compared 1 Pier<<. Lyncli. Fenner & Beane NEW YORK AP) Cotton future finished I

;:r 1 with a week sio. a sharp advance late Aluminum Co. of Amer. __--___,, TTS $1.50 to W-13 a.bale. higher yesterdayvin AVAILABLEMiddle

'provement was retained by U. left barrows and silts 240 IDS. and down } Amer.'Cranamid C... B __ 48** i active tfealmga.. A scarcity of contracts at I i aged loam with successful:

Market Closes ; Rubber. International s'l I Stock II strong to 25 hither and heavier weights '! Amer. Oas At Elec. .______ 39". '1 one time sent oncoa us S3 a bate. [' wholesale distribution aid other
Closing Quotations t MI" c vwred ra.a c.tten committa good business experience: ; seeks FU.
I American Airlines. Electric tone with sows 25-50 blsher. | Ark. Nat? Gas A _h ._____ 5% 1 against future textile.._ Commission.hoiMO ; connection a* manager or salesexecutive.

i & Light.. Pennsylvania Power .' STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT Me* His' Low Last Salable cattle 9OO (estimated); total not Amer. U ht Traction ___ 24 U buying was again. predicted ... the rmmnciBc references:
Bearish WeekAt Light. Southern Texas Co.. I and year- { Fisheries 9% traht tatit>cal position of the staolo. arise Box 111 Sentinel-Star.
Pacific NEW YORKAPI Sales. d.s.ne price Gee .. 18 C3K S3V S3 11 iTen; compared week asa steers Atlantic -
The cotton market for the week advanced
Philip Morns, Sherator Corp. and and net change, ef the 15 most active Cea ;-Uti ,::::: 14 1 W 16<* 16% lines sradinc STcrate. good and better SO I Barium Steel un_ 6 almost. SSOO a bale. Traders wore-

American Smelting. ..toc"taFda Penn Pw i Lt,: ......-2U.. Nw 1a.Laclede ClUette 81 R ::::: T SOS MS 69 66 304 fe I Ibeodjear ,iteedrck hither supply small closing: trade active rat Creole Pet. Corp. ___ 31.. aware of favorable lepoi ts regarding business _-
S 69V ,
Standstill (BFJ i' ___.. ... .. __ 31H in the domestic textile market where
Allied Chemical dropped 2 G. ll.aoo-44 0. change.United $7' advance as eastern demand expanded. Cities Service:
i .. 57 % .
T *; R. S 574. mills war said to be selling cotton Clothfor
at 177. Dow chemical 2 at 170 M L M 0,300-19 plus. 46PeerCola brah.iB-Faif. Mot.. 9 S% it 5'"/ common and medium kinds mostly medium ; Colta Patent Arms 33 SBee. delivery into the third quarter of 1947

DOW JONES CLOSING AVERAGES and Johns-Manville 1'at 132*i. Mills a.000304eba.Surhny ..--az. plus .. (.\ Jkertbera' Ry pf ... 8 48 47S 48 i; trades, active and firm; choice: but Bond Share Co _n____ If at strews onces.O .
rMCW YORK Nat Distill 7400--21tn Ce c. not prime steers topped at 28 00. two :, Fairchild Enr Airplane Corp. 3
: Oven Mrgti Lew Close Net Ch. Recessions were recorded for U. S. Mar. 33.30 33.75 3112 31.C5; 40
Sunray Oil 7406-55s plus 44.Soc. ..... Aue EB .... 2 26'" 261, 26', :, Glen Alden Coal Co. __ I'lt. UB
24)) Imta 101.31 181.04 1S1.04 181.36 e N .28 : loads at price: : next highest price 27.75, |I nUn_ __ May 32.3.. 32.SO 32.35 32.61-68 UP 3C to 43
Steel. Bethlehem. General Motors. ./." Vac 7.300-144.4.. .nil Mob .* Ohio ... 2 II1* U's 1H Gr. AIL Pac Tea Co. ___ __ 107'* I
MJIailS UJH 01. 7 SI.72 SI.So off 28ir > broad can an week at 24 JO upward several ___________ July 30.55 3O.'7 30.55 30 84-94 UP 31 tell KeystoneCustodian
: Chrysler Santa Fe New York Comwkh a hot 7.00034444.Am ball Oil ........... 4 625 12 62; Humble Oil Refe n SO" .
7Jt JTJO 37JJ HoOOlSI 27 30 to 35
UtiH J7.17 Airlines 0.500-1044 plus 44.oo loads making25.2526.50. best litht Hecla Mining Co----------_______ 12S Oct. 27 75 28.21 27 75 95-28 u.
St k65.51 SS.S 4S.78 SS.M eft S4* Central. Northern Pacific. American Sheraton Carp Am S.S00PrCaliiei plus 64. M Kaiser-Fraxrr ___ __________ $'a Dec. 2S.S8 27.32 26.1. 27.18 up 39
-- n
-. CtoM KM Ch. Hates Ml( ........ 1 5 534 rearlints 2S ;SO. teaeral market oa heifers 1 11948)
____________ 19V.Niasara .
G a EI plus 44.Am Co
Woolworth 4.500--11" Star Ga
44)) Bend* -- ____._h-___ IM.neft'2 Woolen. Pepsi-Cola. W.t Wks 3.1' eII..._- H..ega.. .MlB .... 1 39391.". 39UuaM II i steady medium trades at 18 00 down very Lone Hdson Pw, Corp. ___,___ 10 Mar. 26.7S 2C 90 26.55 26.75N' up 35
>' l>t Malta ___-..U2-7. .._II.JI 1 and Kennecott.The Jacobs F L 3.000-1214-44. Motor ..... 4 19S 19S 19%. active, but good trades fluctuated selling Niles-Beement-Pond Co. n ___ 13HPaatepec Middling Soot 34.2ON UP 35.
god Hail ______---___ M.2.eft..* division ____uuu__ ____ j I N--Nommal
__ .. Saturday bond U 5 Steel 3.796-7645- I 1nhaeis I Oil of Yen. uu 1114 ,
IS U,... -h __ .. eft .1 less reliably than comparable trade NEW ORLEANS (AP) Cotton futures advanced -
IS Inds ___. _.. 104.78 unc*. held to a slim groove. Cotton Cntral ....21 29* 29 29-4 i'Sherwin-Williams 152 here yesterday\ on heavy trade and
I strictly choice helters arrived _
:
n. NEw IORK [AP3 New York stick list: I ..... 12 12 I steers; no i Sonotone Corp. 31*
3 % *
I.Krimk. Irom 121. -------- -------
Transaction stocks mod m averaeos speculative buying. Closing
prices were
yet rdy ......tria''". 3$.ISO: a.i.... 1SVSM was up $1.50 to $2.15 a bale. At Hn. Nigh Law Lat IM H.,..... ...... 1 79% 79 W 79's beat 23 25: choice 1.000 ..Jb. mixed steers I('Schulte. Inc. _:.: ----------------: 54. firm SI.25 to W.4S a bale higher.Oeen e
; Utilities, 2aV200 total 81,830. Chicago wheat ended ahead l'i ACF.8rill Mob ..... 3 10 9 4 10 lat >Kk Can ...... 5 344 34 341, and heifers 2525. cows closed steady to Stand Pw ts U ht nnnnuU 3J4 High Low Last

to 7'ii cents a bushel the March Air Requct_ ..... S 3734 37. 3734I IM Paper .......... 8 SOV W 5OV 25 hither, with beef cows steady; undertone S.- Regis Paper Co----------------____ 10'aTampa >. Mar. 33.34 33.71 33.34 33.59 up 32 Funds
MARKETS AT A GLANCE contract at a 27-year high; corn I Alseka Ja...... .... 1 Sep 5.... 5I +4AUghaoy lat Tel *; Tel..... 25 17*. 16>. 1114Jh.a in beef cows at 12.00 market upward dragsy. Textron Electric_ ______h.nuuu__ 33 19>. May 32.40 32.BO 32.34 32 67-TO uo 49
I but hlthly competitive on canners.cutters nunn
NEw YORK (AP) I Corp .... 1. S 5 5 __ '. July 30.S* 30.93 30.52 3O.83-86 up 4O
Storb-Irregular dealings slew price up *H to V and oats % to 1!.. I Uhf Ld btl ...... S .7'4 .7'4 473(4( d ..... '. and plain beef cows at 11.50> downto United United Gas Dint Corp----------------- uuuun ll 16>. Oct. 27.72 28.13 27.7O 27.98-28 UP 25
Mnville 2 13234 152" 1324Jc.e. 9 00 bulla strong to 50 up. but principal
Barrow.toad. In the Curb Cities Service pre- AI (fire I: Die ... a 177 177 171IAU..a. a L Steel .... 6 373. 37'. 3733. demand surrounded .......e rather W. Va Coal" Coke 12\. Dec. 2-S6 27-29 2656 27.14B up 26MADDENS STAN COMSTOCK
"
( *-Qniet: (on tans Improve ...... -- -
I 174 in!. Mfg 4 17'4' 17'4 17'4i than beef bulls heavy sausage bulls .....01frffl'
ferred jumped four points to
textile mill de Investment Securities
Cott.oFtna heavy >
; Am Airliees .... 1 % 10 30'sAm K
man* further reflection of :::: ; ; .... ... 1 27" 27 27% | up to If 25 but practical outsideheavy
the company's i Cable had % .7'4 7% ('itI I!<>utk. % % .. beef bulls 15.50 at close, very snappy I i Phone SSflS Teletype DB SO
CHICAGO-Wheat-.Sharply hither BOW 27peerhigh I amended retirement plan for the i : Caa .' '. 1 ::% 94% 94'5A. kea. CoU Cop ..... 10. 48'* 48S 48%.. I firm trade all week on vealera at FLIGHT TRAINING E
: foreign demand senior issue. The common though, Car A Fd7.::: 7 % 5314 54% L 2900 downward: due to killer activity on Refrigeration Service Orlando
for
cash IAm A For Paw 63. $ 4 614IAmAPP2pl. Laclede Gas ......HT64 6'i 6 VkLehifb medium steers and yearlints.. replacement j
Com-$troni CoTenunent buying I : I Don't FBss Font Gus Representing T. Nelson O'Rourke.
grata.jDats. was off % Advances were attached :::: 24 23% 234.Am C X' ..... 3 12 12 12 cattle very scarce and market strong to VETERANS
_- -Stront la sympathy wit> ether to Barium Steel. American Lcoeotie .... 1 aII'4 al", 265.Am ...I>-O-F Glass! ..3 5S58K 57S 5 ViLibbT. 25 hither at 16.00-111 00 on medium to I Domestic and Commercial I InaMember
fralna.Mocs. ,'. Light Textron and Middle West I Pow I: IA ..... 2. 15'% 15'% .15% MeN *; L... C 10"% 10H 10S choice trades up to 19.2S paid late for : FONE 7726 N.AS.D.
-nominally steady top J26.2S A. Red 8t 8 ..... 11 16'4 161% 1664AM Lockheed Ain ..... 14 19% 18% 18'% choice lltht yearlint stockers HOEQUIST AIRPORT Fla. Davtona Beach flaO.otrolct .
Turnover here 290.000 Salable sheep 100 (estimated): total nottiven 123 Magnolia Ave. Orlando IL
notable. Corp. was Roll MiIl ...... S 36'4 3554 3534A Isle:a tae ......... 22 26'" 26 26 I I '
week slaughter
: compared ago: 10 St. & Rio Grand TeL 8625 "Backed 20 Years Experience"I
,Cattle-Nominally steady. shares versus 360,000 a week ago. Smelt A; R .... 1 sa'4 51" sa% Lenilard (P] ...... T 20% 20ft 2034Mark I lambs 35-75 lower after being 15 hither I by

The big board skidded Mondayon A. t\I Fdss ...... 5 36% 36' 31Aa M early: slaughter ewes around SO hither; ---- -
NEW YORK IAP1 Stocks yesterday although Tel A: Tel .... 10 172... 17Z* 17Z", 53 yearlins. firm, receipts liberal after Monday 1 .
volume of 1,300,000 shares Trw$3' 53H %
finished a downward week Am Tob. B........ '7 791% '79 793* and demand broad through midweek
isolated strong spots included I ...... Meet (RU ... 2 40 40 40
As Vtetow 3 54 5344 54 Midla.d'. I after which tune baa local killers became
... 1
with the market virtually at a Minx 14 SVt 8K *
American Woolen which Am woo 1H. ...... 31 11'% la II'% bearish; fed wooled Western lambs. predominating -
..
.. 33
Standstill and mild irregularity Wool. ........ 50 .1'% 47% 4734 M.nh.R Field S 33% 33% % loclumni severs shipments
rultof. .I made a high for the move. There jAm Cep ..... 0 40'4 40% 40'" Mama (GL] ..... 6 33% 33% 33%- form Colorado; three cars ewes and
'was a moderate comeback Tuesday Mid-Coat Pet ..... 2 35% 35% 3514MeKa.Toes around six loads lambs from Southwest Gel r6il'e
Armour A; Co ...... 31. 1334 n% &
Throughout theTive-day stretch .... TUoBicom
11 T T wheatfielda here this week, week. top | .
on approximately the same Aed 1)e7 {:- .... S U'4 1I'a Il%
individual favorite were proppedby I ward.... 6 6114 61'% '!% 23_75. early for around 1,BOO head sod .
.
Aleck T A 8 F. 5 '4'4 534. 63%
'
activity as Monday. and choice native and fed Westerns. clos-
pleasing dividends and earn- Alt Coast Line ..... 4 59% 57'4 SI% N :
.
in to hopes for tax I Liquidation was resumed All Jl ings addition; close spreading good to
Thursday with -dealings of Atlas Corp ......... 5 a5'1i.' 25'4 25''%" Nat Airitax ...... 4 14% 14% 14% whestf iclders st mid-week 23.50, most common | a..d OFc9ysaao6lc
relief and the maintenance of .. >.t Auto Fib 10 13% 13V 13'%
i 1,340,000 shares the rest t>f the ArtaUna Corp ... 14 7 6% 7 Dative wooled Iambs 1800-n.00. with
::::
business health. More than off- Nil Bursts .I6 34% 3334 34 .
5O-21 OO. few loads
setting these bullish factors how- week.. Offerings were heavy at Raid Lore .........10 a."%, I. 2414 Kat Cash Kef ..... 5 40% 40 40'%" ,some to choice medium yearling 19 wethers 20.OO, good with ,
t the last with the final hour's Halt I: Ohio ...... 1. 16 1S'4 154Rays9dall Nat Dairy Prod .... 9 34%" 34 34 ewes and 2a out at 18 OO, three cars 135- I
ever. was profit taking on the total 530.000 shares 0t1 ...... 2 23" 23% 25% Nat Distillers ;..... 76 21% 21'% 21% ItO !b. good and choice slaughter ewe -
lengthy upswing to peaks since Bead Aiat ...... 3 3634 11'4 31"% Nat Grr.a> ...... 3 23% 23% 23% 9.50. few choice llthtwriahu 11.7$. load
August due to the belief that a Mixed trends prevailed Friday Rest Feeds ........ I as 25 25 :N.t Lead ......... 1 33% 33%.. 33%.. medium to good ewes 8.so. load medium PastsFor
with transfers of 940.000 shares Beth Alert 7 9534 Nat Pow A: UI' IS 14 >4K to good, 90 lb. Montana feeding yrsrhnis
sizeable technical correction was minimum since Jan. --:27.' Atlantic J ::::::::: 2 :;: m: 19% !' .hi Corp ........ 2 24S 24% 24SrlTl 1710: few decks good and choice 8O-85 _
In the cards. Strength of commodities Boeing AlrpI. .... 4 20" 2034 20' \ ladost .... 3 31% 31% 31% Ib fleshy Western feeding Iambs 20.50-
was a bolstering influ- Gulf & West Indies was up 3 Y2 on I odes Co ......... 4 43'4 43 4314Rory XT Cratral. RR .... 84 20% 2O% 20% 2175.

a sharp expansion of income due waiver ...... 2 .7'" .7* .7* Ne Am Anatraa ... 10 10S 10S IDS
ence. partly to sales of capital assets. Jlra11 Airs ...... 7 1334 15 13 Nortb Anrr Co .... 9 31% 31S 31%

Associated Press Cft-ctock National Distillers also respondedto 8n... Mtg ........ 2 3914 3934 39,4Rudd Korthera Pacific ... I 21% 11% 21% I O

Co .......... 19 14'4 14 14.. 0
composite was off .1 of a pointat disclosure of record profits. Bnl..a Watch ..... a 36'" 36'4 36"Burli. Ohio Oil........... 1 23 23 23 I y" -
6 8 and for the week showed ., Mills ... 10 22'% 21 22'% Onafbua Corp ..... S 11% 11"% 11%" r V 2., Letterc

a net decline of a fall point. In fEW YORK FOREIGN: (AP)EXCHANGE Closing foreign exenanie Burr Add Mach.: ... 6 1514 15''%" 15'4c.u.h. Oln F.ln.lor ....... 4 32% 33H 32% f1.s
C O-...-Ill OI. .... 1 77 77 T7 'v
M % % %-
(Great Britain la dollar -
the weeks the follow
two previous rates
up- *. others In cents: .. Z-Lr.d ... 7 3'%" 3% 5" p IMIfaII II III IIw
turn was 3.& points. Cas Dry G Ale .... S 17 17
Canadian dollar in New York open mar- 11" PM r... .* n.. .... 1.1 41 41 .
ket 4i per cent discount, or 8587, UAcenta. Cahad Pacific" ...... l' 1S'i IS 151' .... '
Of the day's; 750 issues narrowest .. Pac Ti. (Can 1 C% *% 6%
Carrier ... 4
uncbans. Corp II% 1t'4 I'%
....
Canard Motor 35 T T
since Jan. 25. there were 295 Europe: Great Britain $4.02*., .n- (JlJ) OJ ...... 1 31 31 31 Paa Am Ai.....'. ... 22 13%% 13%% 13 TV*. I /

gainers and 252 losers. changed; France (franc) .84'. off V. of Caterpll Tractor .... 3 61'4 60% 11'4Crl. P.rm.. Pi";' ..... .... 5 29% 2929'j' y
I. cent Sweden (krona> 27 85; Unth.DledS..luerland ; ...... Corp ...... 12 20'" 20'% 20', "
the Sharon
On day Steel was up } Park Utah COB II.. 2 4 3% 3%
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Ported Stl Car .... I 154 15" 154.
C..ItI Ed" ..... 20 314' 31.%. 31% Prater A r%. .... 8 113" 113'4 113''!tPa" You can get $25 to $300 on
Co".lth A 5ottt.. .. 70 34' 34 SCo. %
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RENTAL PLAN D Open Mon. thru Fri. 95.
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1.,1. Aircraft ... 5 "a 7134 713 FINANCE CO
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l>re..n Ihdu.t ..... 5 21 al 21 Oil.......
ciu Peet De N ..... 2 190 190 It10 5 1334 15'4 U't Of Orlando
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F.J Power I; U .... 27 II' 1514 II'%" Sparks Whhieg .... 7 7"it 734 74 look for OB. SyvM OB ewer m....G 9
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Era B ......... l' 1134 11'.1. I
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SMYTH LUMBER CO. Steed Oil Cal ..... 2 56" 5& 51
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railed Trait ...... 13 S014 45% 4911i .
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FLORIDA REALTORGRAM r5) 01 I i"\riliViai&jjijJL ri... r. \ ) i) r' t) i) ,"
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Realtors Praised !: it! J JJ 4 .!4 r.r'j 0/: IJ"Jr'r!: in] Bi!raItl"-: .... t....0 lJ } .!JIJ r : IL''

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FEBRUARY 18. 1947 THE SUNDAY SENTINEL-STAR. ORLANDO FLORIDA PAGE 11 .
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For 1946 Efforts I Deland Realty Building Surge City Building j

ly VIOLET DUNHAM 1 No Down Payment 36 Months to Pay

[Executive Secretary, Florida Association of Realtors]

Past Pres. Boyd Barnard stresses as one of the accomplishments Sales SlowingSpecial Seen at Sanford Shows SpurtUnder
of 1946 the turning back of an effort to HEATING AND COOLINGFLOOR
establish a dictated real estate economy in buying and
selling, building and control of human shelter. He feels the [ to The Synday Sentinel-Star] Special to The Sunday Sent'mel-Starl) the impetus of large-scale
Realtors formed the spearhead of American business I DELAND-DeLand real estate I I SANFORD-A surge of building ,in and around San- commercial construction Orlando '

fighting to regain freedom In< | transactions have leveled off to :. ford seems to have suddenly let loose with buildings going I! upswing building during permits the took first a half sudden of''I' FURNACES ATTIC VENTILATING
...' spite of fund far below those who negilible email deals with no deeds up in all directions. to
cent. while construction cost riseis I February top the entire January I SYSTEMS
are still fighting to maintain per- 80 per cent.Anchorage j being recorded during the week !I Probably topping the list in the interest of Sanford total Building Inspector A. BASEMENT INSTALLATIONS
manent controls over our business +I In amounts more than 5000. I citizens is the radio tower, the bus terminal and the tourist E. Slauson reported yesterday. by
and our property and who can Alaska. Board of -- information booth. I I I HEATER ROOMS "COOLAIRE"
still win unless we can turn these Many homes just completed Permits totaled more than I
forcesback, once and for all time. Realtors was admitted to the Na stand vacant in the wake of enthusiasm L Brown construction engineer $380,000, as compared with
tional Association membership at over the prevailing of the radio has had a crewworking $320,000 recorded during last A Complete Installation/ Service
high prices and the that on the excavation for month. i
Audiences are being formed to the recent directors meeting in hope the laying of the mat beneaththe i
hear Herbert U. Nelson. Sunday. Washington. Florida offered four "holding out" will bring a return tower beside the Mayfair Top permit was the one for
MODERN APPLIANCES INC.
Feb. 16. when he upholds the affirmative individual memberships from far to conditions as they were Inn for the past week. $177,077 issued to the Southern
I ,
in a radio debate on the northwestern part of the State. here during the Summer and Foundation Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. I
will shortlybe
< question "Should Rent ControlsBe !i Fall and early Winter. : ready for the moulds bus terminal immediately to add a sixth floor to its 128-430 X. Orange Phone -%5UORLSDO
Lifted on .the Peoples Plat- Florida Association Declarationof Some of the builders already back of the CourtHouse ing at Main and Wall bu11d'I'I FLA.
form program. He will be opposedby Policies prepared by the Policy have given up hope for a quick I Hage Brothers secured a $ ,
James B. Carey secretary- Committee of which Stuart Bowman sale and are renting their new The tourist information booth permit to add a second floor to ,
treasurer of the CIO. and the program Clermont is.chairman, will structures in order to take advan- has been delayed for many weeks their building at 221 S. Parra- nr i r nniI "
will,be'brodacast over CBS. be sent to the press and membersof tage of the still heavy demand for through the contractor's inabilityto more Stand a construction per- -- --- -- -
the Legislature next week. rental property. to the job but having begunon mit for $23,800 was authorized the I
Rent control has already with- ( get DOVT STINT ON SAFETY4No
I I> Many homes which have beenon Square Deal Manufacturing Co. at
drawn about two million rental Monday morning he expects to _
unite from the already short To all those Realtors and boards the market several times are finish the building by March 15. 1329 W. Central. Ave. I / p might protective carry is more insurance vitaii- r essential u
supply and discouraged the construction and editors who helped make the now in the hands of permanent I A dozen houses and business Two warehouse permits were 1 L than Title Insa.je..
of new Utilities, as one and only birthday party'of residents which has resulted in far a buildings are under construction Issued, one for $10.000 to L. B. r I 1'r t. 0. Think what a title flaw. r .1
shown by a surrey by NAREB in the writer a grand surprise. fewer listings than before. just outside the city limits on MrLeod at 630 W. Church St.. = a t'/ s_ ;mf oat us if disco\ered insure' the too Title.lato od're.YOU IIav.HSU .
475 cities in 45 States. Ninety- THANK YOU I, the Sanford-Orlando highway, and one for 59,500 to G. F. I q, take Title eliminates","ol;;;
four per cent of the cities reporting Clearwater Sales all being of concrete block con- Bandy and A. Tammeny at 2608 J assures you of free-clear jr..'iei
state that residential Tavares Home Bought struction, and dotted throughout X Orange Ave.S. 'I Io ,may nt i =- ship: affords which no a measure home-on of protection can
rents are insufficient to justify i [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Hit Upward Turn the city is a large number of R. Carney was authorized :afford to be without."
investment in rental housing at TAVARES-Lake Region Pack- (Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] homes begun in the past few construction of a $5,000 restau- ;;.
present construction costs. In ling Assn. has sold a house here CLEARWATER-Sale of a blockof weeks. rant building at 232 N. Orange I I i I _, Central Title & Trust
cities of 10,000 to 50.000 median I 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Pat King for stores for $46,200 topped dealsin Real estate sales are slowing Blossom Trail.Residential I I I
rent raise has been four per I 8000. real estate here which realtors down somewhat being mostly construction showed I I ; Company I -
I HANDSOME: -Logan Morris 62, a
small, however, the David Levy
report have hit a steadilyrisingspiral a slight decrease, with only 10 25 E. Central ; -
hand on the Champie Ranch at home on Silver Lake sold to a
after a slight recession at permits issued. These included: -i-: .
CUSTOM BUILT VENETIAN BLINDS the beginning of the year. I,Castle Hot Springs, near Phoenix.{II Chicago buyer during the week F. H. Roark. 721 Wilkinson Ave.. Phone 5181
ALUMINUM. STEEL WOOD Best residential and income i competed in a contest to deter-' for $35.000 being the largest sale $8,000; T. J. Wessells 411 Sheri- Trust Df'partment-Title Insurance: -Abstract of Title
during the week.Contractors dan Blvd., $12.800; S. T. Cohen. i Representing _
GUARANTEED TEN DAY DELIVERY property has been dominant in mine Arizona's most handsome this week began
Term m* Iowa. LOS per month sales. cowboy. 1 i.i construction on the $15.000 homeof Hudson 1126 Vassar Jr., 1730 St., Oakmont$4,000; W.Ave.L., Lawyers Tulle Insurance Corporation I =

RADBILL VENETIAN BLIND CO. Dr. Leonard Munson, local physician ". OO; RICHMOND: VA.I .
IN E. Katey Plume I.f)" Yardley & Southern Beauty VENETIAN BLINDS at Fifteenth St. and Scott D. R. Endsley 1432 MontanaAve. I : -
Ave., in Mayfair. liii IIID I ;un ''i Iii'I :
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All Aluminum Venetian Blinds $7.000; D. L. Dow 1831 W. I 1 _
Central Ave., $7.500; W. L. Berst,
will keep your home cooler. Sales At$4,861,998Mark 111 Grace St..
January $U.500.Rarvl: Dalfi, ,
S DAYS DELIVERS! MOST INSTALLATIONS 1110 W.
FOR SALENew Princeton Ave., $5.000;
STEVENS John Bozich 44 N. Wilde Ave.,
617 W. ROBINSON PI[. %-079LUMBERBUILDERS' $6,000, and R. L. Turner. 1805 I a 1
Modern 2 Bedroom Concerte Block Home In Miami Beach I Marks St., 4500. M


OVERLOOKING BIG LAKE FAIRVIEW. [Stye MIAMI real to BEACH The Stmdoy+ January Sentinel-Storl real I' Lake 4-H Boys Plan NE NV ,e M

SUPPLIESFraming estate sales here totaled $4,861- To Raise Hogs, Cattle E
PRICE $7150 998 the twentieth consecutive (Special to The Sunday Sentme>-Star] D
month in which deals have passed S a
Out Edgewater Drive Extension % mile beyond Fairbanks Sheathing Siding the $4,750.000 mark. TAVARES-Lake County 4-H I.
Avenue Intersection at Andrus Avenue. Ceiling Flooring Doors I Sales of lots jumped ahead of ,': club boys are planning to raise T I
Duroc
purebred
some pigs and also
OPEN DAILY FOR YOUR INSPECTION Windows Frames December, 115 being recorded I
Home sales were almost doubled some beef cattle according to J. -z
BROKERS PROTECTED with 61. Eleven apartments changed -I IP. Hill, assistant county agent. G
Our Prices Are Right We Deliver ownership. Including in sales | Recently several of the boys,
I were one commercial, two hotels [ together with Mr. Hill County A
and the Alton Road Hospital. Agent R. E. Norris Extension
OSCEOLA LUMBER MILLSP. Prey Mark Smith of the Realty 'Animal Husbandman W. J. T
Board said. "When you consider Sheely. and Local Leader Joe E.
C'OHIM O. Box 787 KISSIMMEE. FLA. Phone 5324 that the January, 1947 totals were Brown, visited two breeders of E
far ahead of most January sales purebred Darocs: and arranged to
we have recorded since 1935 the purchase some pigs. Mr. Sheely I THIS BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED 32, ROOM HOTE .
YEAR ROUND PWUC7IONuuti outlook is good." outlined a program of beef cattle I
))1 1111 I production for the boys. Is now having an exceptional season. A//fine dining room and
: MAXIMUM_ KAt/ry GLASS When You Want lt!! Norris Advises Time spacious grounds add to its attractivene Due to other business,
-: i interests the owner Is now offering this property at a price an*
';; ;= : ffffY\ i Complete Store-Front Service To Plant Home GardensSpecial Daytona Real Estate terms which make It an outstanding Investment for a qualillefi.

1/ lr/ r l,/r ( to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Sales Top $420,300 i buyer.
.. i- N t .F If PLATE GLASS and STRUCTURAL GLASS TAVARES Many vegetable [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl I R. M. STEWART, III
." ,"imf/ rH'/ 'I crops may now be planted in the DAYTONA BEACH Real estate -: Broker, Exclusive Agent lI
.._ ""f"' "li,; ALUMINUM MOLDINGS home garden County Agent R. E. investments here last week I 116 Reed St. Phone 715 -
: I I Norris announced. They include totaled $420,300 for the largest

: .111111,111'. . . 111111111. ? STEEL and ALUMINUM!, SASH GLAZING 'I! !I. broccoli, cabbage, lettuce onions total this year, an increase of
ner II *, mmm .. m ..m w..mm m garden peas, spinach and Irish $183,000 over the previous week.
.1 potatoes. I Prices on older homes generally S .
Prompt Installation Service I "However," he said, "there Isn't I, are reported on the decline here
much use to plant gardens now but new homes are still high be-
Anywhere in Florida i I i cause of scarcity realtors
h I unless provisions are made to sup- say.
___ Phone or Wire for Free Estimates I ply water since rain cannot be I.
depended upon at this time of Lake Auction Slated A
4i pia rtpdpkp w lads i I year." (Special to The S jndoy Sentinel- tar1'
ECT ACME GLASS to.i TAVARES Twelve pieces of

> iapfored sPPpetBl pax j Hollywood Building will property be offered owned for by sale Lake at County public ,

BEAOT'l b reqPERRAEENt. sired 625 W. Robinson. Orlando Phone 2-1500 Permits at $60,000 action Monday at 11 am. The I -I,
.. eo reP amt J [Special to The Sunday Sentinel Star property is located in various sec- I
tions of the county.
HOLLYWOOD-Permits granted -
Smart and modestly priced, these here for new construction last I

gracefully curved ventilated awnings-of finest durable wood ing week to totaled records near of the$60,000 city,building accord- Jas. Gamble Rogers II

blend perfectly with the style of your home. Budget plan LUMBERBUILDING inspector.the $59,930 New permits homes okayed.led within I Architects Engineers I
Consultants
available. For free estimate simply telephone: Building \

SUPPLIES Legion Gains Land POST OFFICE BUILDING ..,. ;>> --

[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] WINTER PARK FLA. OPEN HOUSE TODAY 3-5 P. M.
WINDOWS PLASTER TAVARES-Land on which the
Ventilated'Awnings of Orlando Tavares post of American Legion 803 W. Stetson Avenue
FLOORING SIDING has its present hut. and that to
Excellent location and sound construction make
14 CHURCH ST.-ROOM 115 be used for additions has been
this 5-room house an extremely good buy Well
CEILING ROOFING.
deeded to the
trustees of post by
financed. May be bought furnished. $7900.
"WE SERVE CENTRAL FLORIDA"Phones Mr. and Mrs. E. L Burleigh and I
BRICKS CEDAR SHINGLES the Town of Tavares. 1 THELMA KINCAID WithH.

Banford 901-J Ocala 1084.Green SHEATHING FRAMING F. BOLAND. REALTOR
Orlando 9694 Home Sold For $15,000 ,
i,, Klsslmmee 47(1 Orlando 2-2191 NAILS (Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] S72 N. ORANGE PHONE 2-4551 OR 7859FLORIDA
MOUNT DORA Arthur H.
Labisky has sold his property In
tv PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES INC. Sylvan Shores here to Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas H. McKinney for

PHONE 2-1229 MICHIGAN AVE. AT ACL RT.Modern 15000.

Parkmans Buy Home
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1 [Special) to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
{ II MOUNT DORA-Mr. and Mrs.
/
Joseph Parkman have bought a ax *: ,
house In Unser's Subdivision from 1
I Mr. and Mrs. Curtis C. Hylton for 6, ; +

a 3500.

e l Clermont Tract Sold

e- [SpecIal to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
CLERMONT-Leigh M. Abrams I .
I has bought 10 lots in block two
from Walter R. Puckett for $2,000.
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I ALUMINUM CASEMENTWINDOWS [ room and bath bungalow for I I Magnolias Palms. Oaks and moss covered cypress trees, also a variety

11 $7500 with the above terms. beautiful shrubbery plants. A lovely
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"METATILE"1 1 =1:1: i for you future homeYour ;I SAMPLE HOMEAVAILABLE i I living room with fireplace two 10 by 42 porches. A 2-car garage with

I I "servant's Quarters. Has 130 ft. frontage on large lake, with sandy beach.
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Orlando Federal Home Supply Co. i ij i SALES AGENCY SUPPLY CO. EVERYONE ELIGIBLE .

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711 W. Robinson Ave.Executive: Offices Phone 2-4607 I Orange Blossom Trail Ave. Veterans Seal Estate Agency 19 E. Central ATS. TeL 2-3155
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I WALLET LOST Man'*. brown ALTERATIONS o almple sewing at INCOME TAX-In your TTLE-PERMAITLE INSTALLED on ASBESTOS STONEWALL BA CABINET BTNKS-42 in. at 89950 ELECTRIC 75 and I EIIGTNZ&-CIIntOnI
: ORLANDO. FLORIDA around Cameo Theatre paper of borne; pttr farle fo shIrts i sired Fast and efficient work existing wall for bath and kitchen The board of a thousand u- and 54 In at complete I 15O capacity BRE. and GAS an engines%

PAGE 12. SUN.. FEB 16. 19t1 MIU.eDt value money .tc,; r or pb 2.15. I J, D. Rt. 2 Box 324B. O Stl buke rust proof, cant Mill .Nebraska 9t mixing fa1t 114.S a dr. Se ,' feeder Cheap 441V* N. fOnt SU I Florida.lrle SuP pal 630 W
old Apopka just eras Free esti pbone 24035ELECTRIC Ce
..r. CI.renc I Stn.P.434. I AUTO SERVICE-On* day service on t-bapk, bhw. o buck 32. I ARMY SURPLUS GDS Tents le'Ine. our. t. wa. Church St. phone 611$
WRIST WATCH i.OST-Mana yellow Pontiae or other can. painting I Rd. .ow. tarpaulin. comfort II GAS Humphrey
gold: Scorns 17 Jewel cold bo.. b work. wheel balancing; OOD I INCOME TAX WORK and IleJ TREES AND' PALMS Trimmed and foldink cot*, steel cot, doubl deck CYPRESS 8 PM. salvage: K RO&TR I fU I HAT Rat
SenUnel.Star'Wcmt.Ad vicinity Douglas Super or anything elae P I ing service. Book set UP ad rmoe.Bne John Newton beds restaurant euint and fifty 34M:42" : eight mi.I 1.2li.:0rwl: he.t Myna r
DYlo &Reward. Phone 6596 or21t. tiae 62 W. Colonial Dr. 2-2310. Prte Business Service; phone 16 InD Stt Pie.phone 2-1147. clothing Morgan SY. 8t. 44"x60. AD for 8I7.3O Rana ParkGsrden I -
Rates OAS RANGE
Church Phone 1.COOKING -Magle 4-burn.n
AWNINGS-Special Individual UPHOLSTERING 1. L..a WOR. new 1 Cf
1 SUvertone
23r B- beauty on = call LICENSED CONTRACTOR? kind padding. Ide IEVC'A rbb.Bpl RANllE HOOD. 15 ft. long; I h.p. *50. 13.. 14. hj>. 825. i good r.dl. .o.l. both
Daily i
Phone cndiin a'
1C Beauty Parlors ALUMINUM p.1 Dy.
free .
694 Ventilated of work; palatine and ..rlan5 CA WWS for restaursiw. Use cooking range 15.
(Minimum char** Me) Boom 115 14 bandn. call W. Church. Made of I. rondlulon: 10 '" GAS Dearborn
B repairing; W.ttr 11 e.tde b.e eree; 83.49. I HT space
LMI&ZRMLNS.-8pecIs1Ising in cold Cae n.rak cadmium EI INS
Phone and com W. ColoniaL 0.1'Ph.r.n. Ket. Sales
Sunday 27c wr line wave, and aU type of AWNINGS. : I C. W. Fleming '1. 2-21. plated screen standard la 124 1. Hot pl.t 1.1. l.tn.. olndo 2-O9S9..ln\

(Minimum..*. SiR besoty cta.fat CaU Mrs Reynolds paulin Venetian Blind.* LAWN AND GARDEN SERVICE-We UPOLGP cnn refln- ,stock now for tecb.t A .1. No I,CAT-d medium six*, coat U j I; Th Fair 8t. W. I 1 O.n.e cl.1

Z E. Pne .. 6462 a.de 2. Roberta Bro V. offer a new caretaker service with 11D.. c wlboa' obr.u nt! No pain upkeep! Tru prl; com 3 ELECTRIC APPLIANCES GOLF CUt of fi Walter
line day I
3 Consecutive Day lie a blDc 708 W. ; modern motorized equipmentOar- C.l .41 Cent lifetime window and the cost to 1''E. &ut I I t LmP BOen ID '
1 ConseeuUv Dan lie: line a day AMERICAN BEAUTY 2 2353. Dr0. P11 10 & B.a
AtLJS CHALMERS or '
ana prepared cultivated less than steel window WadeScottInc. Phone
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CAMERA Speed .
chair
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Word l1111d location 44 W. Church. 3.4.D br.e
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(Count Average V. Na. tractor and ground broken for new 100 W. Ameua Phone 3-292O. GROVE EPREYEE-a
of State) Hat* T 8. Farm and Home Machinery 1t l. C'I WELL DRILLING-Let u drill your 1 Or.pl 1.I.r R Grau I cot deL al..r. kthen.ae.e0kL I' 3.500 ..
National (Out bM .1 Ph. 113. Ien. W Robinson phone e. Albert (ud W.rk B fo well and install your pump for bder. JG I p.tl. > C I ion Keel tank; take
2-2713
3Oe per Wa tn : .
- Sinai InaerUou cold wave a m.Uon i, home or Easy over 200 yean Backjpin Dri e-: ,Ave ?S2'lp rtc* tondlUoB. Phone
3 Consecutive Day 2Sc BM a day JUDt T AUTO and I 1.t01 p.7menU AQ1Vll tilt-tap table ELECTRIC HEATERS few 3921 weekday*.
T Consecutive Day 3Oe has a day Tan .. by appointmenCHARLOTTEKAY j I OL5Plt cDel. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Repaired nothing do. mont & pr. I 254 Sylvan Blvd Winter ..1. 86 75 and up. Knox Store Co.Jft I
Minimum tines) r.ut Rb. Kochendarfer. Magruder Belmany Well .D eh.l. I E Pine Phone 23153.ENAJLEI.SwEZy GARDEN HOSE in 25 ft. and SO f!
BEAUTY 8a, .n Glass. 102 W P. Phone Supply. Winter Oae. R 1 .u AOPA CAMERA-With I length*. Great Southern Store $
: AH Want-Ad start la th Orlando pb 414 invite you to a.* StreetACETYLENE I 224.MA'E Aea1 I' east of Orb Apply Illinois Ay.late_ -la.H- I't' 1C. Orng* Ave ,J
Hilda Monek I 11' gallons white and
Moraine Sentinel and ar printed culture ;
fo but and electric H. UPHOLSTERING and aUp CORNER CABINETS Solid m.ho .o
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Tb .ed cn. range gas water of Knox GARBAGE CANS 20 gallon capacity:
and 25
Sentinel E.
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Lwn.W.r.t Wde macblne work on pump renwed. I Pick-up and delivery individually 660 C. Stre -
Bur en the same daU.Th J cotton and sponge I .n.I heater gas gao eo.trete 2- 8298; Great Southern Store*. 692
Orlando Pne. pbD. i
..r .p.ln. and road construction mr IOW 1122 Pearce Upholstering Shop 36 steam radiators kitchen ventIlator 1.1 unfinished. 2-27L N. Orange.
Want-Ad Department 1* open aluminum and "eK-I rubber too Ross W.tr Co.. ,I Orange Blossom Trail; fan; electric space heaters home k.LkCralC HEATERS All type
daily. 0E BEU 8H0Pp.i cn.. W. Church Phone 15* discount. Duo I 1
from 3O aja. t a P. : ney W.cl Woro I.le 2-221 VENETIAN BLINDS REPAIRED adreflbe freexer oil and gas for tr.. overlook this

Bandar from > t 1. Cold waves complete pr.$12.50 ma- I I"AR ALARM C RA Any MIRRORS RESILVTREDmade t or experienced factory e.!I 1 and space heater .Ppl lando opportunity .o a Co.good bargain Or MOTORS-Wisconsin. I
D.c fo Bandar Paper Batur- eli wave* SB OS: 204 8 Main. 6686 elk elca equip L der wndo.glazing: clan Ol.n I Orlno Vena Blind afa- ances. Inc., 42 N. O.. pi Orange Apl.n .. Ine. 21 H:i IOAS p.. 6 h p.. in stoek. Hich-
a I .ent We fir Re Mro Wks S249 Co.. 1739 ; 8O59 I I 1 2-251. CHB.aUt new lovely f.D < .Equipment Supply Co.. 1016

Ar ar rae t D7 BEU SHOPNewI Sop Pb'&9 i MIMEOGRAPH SERVICE By Authorized WE DRG. Deep and shallow AIRPLANE WODEWo.1 a hair fUe FRIRTb'i right PI fo every I W Church St.
Wal. Iom.
: old new and cessories. or without tailored .11 o preL 2-
BUILD or mlmeoeraphdealer skl
Hn In Wave Phone RA rp.1 A. B. D rU Wore Furniture .. College Park !
Cl .a fal C Dk I Winter Pork I
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Sentinel-Star and
edo a* UM bfore your *. We service of du I Hewett Cheney Highway at r.dL Racing car bt
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b rpDbl fo only on in year expir ia to be genuine factory parts aP I Iple. I Rt. 4. phone 2-082O Orange Phone 6. I : BLOCKS. U2.0) 8x8x16: FENCE PT. Cypress. It. long. i GOLF CLUBS-13 4
ira MATE QUTNBt BEt SHOP able t your Income ple.tr. Office Supply .. 2 WASHING MACHINES RAI! ARTIST set cured: 15 and st FOB 3 to 4 1 Iat&815 per 10 4 &I and leather .teOD
crre on per Dracline bulldoier. trader SUPTexU a 5 in. out 10O .o. 110
P C.t SJ tax. : dial 5114Alex and work E R Fox Ph '61 '.2 pr R 4656 a m.
Tea Can Place You ; specialism In truck clay fin rock R. B. Broatrtr I A m.ke.. i. West clor at o. { length deed LU\&e C' Wits. t I
canvas sets chicken I
bleaching tinting Ph. at Sons; P. O Box 12S9 OUTBOARD Inoble r.t. R. H.rrn'L e. Oldden. CLY. ca"l. .t Pbon Winter 'OALVAIZE WA select
Telephone 12.RT' 779a 518.
Want-Ad by Pb "OR RA 410 I
f.cal. 6941: 1413 Central AYe All m.t. : Rep.l. Gor AY ANTIQUE ROCKER Lovely. quilting I p.rl. klye.lnoleu kye tln; taba p.ll. c.n.. ..
Dial BEAUTS PARA types I E Sport Bb 218 E Park WASHING MCE and water II frames ele&l Iron radio. 1212 I Wycof Kuhl FRIR3 PIC. Krohier living Knox 25 &Pin*. Phone
CABINET AND MILLWORK Eovlpment & ; piece cherry mahogany
461Classified w.ye Pbe. and ..P phone 245-Red pump r.p.lr. fitting Will Illinois AveASBESras I CYPRESS STRIPS-Lensths 2..4-6-R- rol awt 2-316.
order Central Florida room 7
4222 Phone 5631 II piece
cold waves a D I Mills and Nebraska *C day SIDING and metal trim; 10-12-14. 2c lineal ft. B bedroom Hte. with box GAS RANGE apartment size. 820;
onl PAINTING Interior and S394 nite blnd.
38 I Pine One place ntror I I Pine bevel siding; knotty pine pan- Geneva and .wt oas water heater. 20-gaL 812;
JEWEL CHARM CONCRETE. FLOORS Dye.UL.tp screens made and rp.l ..ndIDRr. WASHIG MACHINE SERVICE-Of- elln -M.ns A Nebraska I COOK burner Ne 'Pn. new m.tts C.non c.lon* road sas N wardrobe trnt. 820 An 1 good .

815 cold wave BAN(15 Sp.11 Sbeltn I base eta R.D.bl.. T of m.tra. B.re.l'"nde. I fle.1. .. service; call and de- ANTIQUES French and Gr.Ddots : 8i4 STOVZt. 85 Call .fe of Cannon Mill Airport dillon: 75 Greenwood Ave 4807
S7.SO; Pe eaUmat Barton Radio Service next pm. 4 Baltimore. I I G 1. SALES Work benches.
machine pr..Dt. 11.S C. W. Hid,. Winter I : china eompt .1. FOLDING COT 2 wool 1 and
239. Colony Theater Winter
Central Pambln.I to Park 210 I II bl.nlt 810. Steel closet 81O .
n I Pt.BIGWet 13. Wesche PoL. Wicker and table; also : plywood sli
wave 810 and up AU work guaranteed -I I CLAY ROADS BUILT-Also I. rkpymc I 15 N. Bn.n D WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS-. Church CI cmplt I match lte.. .lot. 1130.I Ik SoL 82.50 Desk and ofl.
SOtt W. Amelia Ave. Phone 9964 .with. surface. Bumby tre.tet 2-2236; Night 7538 Service on all makes all worka.raDt Htt. .m.tbe..110 OY6. Bx New 9X12 Fogs 1 e

: 6 Flower ana wr&h 15. Schools and Instruction I In. In. Pbon. $3' I PAINTING prayine: and best decorating paint Job ;inside furniture and .. phone Al Wiggins.624' 2014 K BABY CARlOKL. new 2- 821. I CONCRETE lift good W bags 8375: el".t0 1. QWatters. FURNITURE SALE i rail roofing'. left 8d.s.J o Wmt.n asbextoaSmith Oae.
- ; Round bobbin
.t- CONTRACT BUILDING of new cncUol I! Road west of
out. J T 1612 Illinois; phone WASHING *
FUIURA Y8Inddul homes and repairs home and B.tt. MCE REPAIE I' BICYCLE BASKETS Seat Park 6th SU.Apopka Ser sewIng iia. new
High 78-2 cnn .ee.
Flr& E ACCOUNTTNa. endne. &. We npal m.kpl I 4521. I all with fan, car-
phon 4643.1O.Baby School buildings of any S T F. work apdometn. kick ..nc .rD ph I srogrefa a 75 HTER prb1
Cn"a COrDc 39 E. P.r ru.r.D Hdw. ib. capacity ; Savoll top h.e rel Economy Auto
Schools; I F.rd. Amel.; 2-32. PAINT Ac Harris ,- .t Kub j CIRCULATING FIRE-PLACES; Be.U 131.5. tbl Store 23o S. '
.a. 1.1 suggestions ted C.ld.el oil 885 Or.na
RP'1 4.HOM
Care j .. B 294: phone 9282 I CLEANING AND PRESSING Cu JATur recommended. -, *: 2:1972. i BLOCK MACHINE with pallets and I I lators and Duo-Therm .r..e. n. ; .
R. I 824 two burner oil iit.'ite
Sienld Rel.ble Hebraa- ; stove
and wUl mixer; 1 new 3 hp Wisconsin 1 from-Mill* JZP:
MECHANICALLY MINDED men look carry price cave At Glidden FOR CONVENIENCE we will I .IL pru. 5 piece breakfast set t22 50. Walter
WOK V t tit.with CbU1! into Rf..rt. and A CnI rIoT mon7.Cleaner Brine ou clothe .8U B.t 61 YOU b Monday Wene..Dd J motor.. Ramer one Box 12 f. e7pr.row b.t Il.I Florida Cash I 11.5 dining room .a.t. 898.SO:.unfinished 1. W101 ft 8'.loa. &lo.7

Cea o elderly prl. e.rr. Bn. 8t PAINTING and decorating; plaster I Pld.7 night ZU.o. I CASH REGISTERS; chest of five dr..er 819 50 Ave. olt Postotlice
See Park tlDn BABY BUGGY Good condition 820Bernbardt Recister Oboe Agent; sale service -I'
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m' WIt 316 W. 3 piece room > wicker
UUte I WOR .tp. and bonded ; ass itEll-Elecirlo aiaosiiit
ApproYe. tn..ra s"I. lYln. SUIt
Circle Mrs. Wheeler stltute walk patb. Len Washington Carry Ford Road inter- unplies 22O S. Main: 1. settee. 814 95
1 Service I ; .
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B. 20 8tl. Bom. Matn 6g24 offc. tbl. prices variety; with Ian or
censed ; Southern Fredrick Dr. CIRCULATING: HEATERS fuel oil. I 8 bedroom "boaL
I .et.OD spring .
REAL ESTATE LAW bnd.d P phone p.ec Slaughter 48 W. Central .
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11. Special NoticesATHLETE'S preparation for .n.n.le Co.. 81 2-2206 for work Is guaranted; 31. Good Things to Eat I BABY STROLLER Car seat: playrhslr ForeD" for homes and businessesS E.Robinson new inner-spring mattress, 8149M .- HOC WATER Kerosene.
collect the ou excellent condition; J. Wllcoi Inc.. 6 ; R.CA. cabinet model radio HAT
FOOT rBP- man. New cl&s..r 7"1. CAEl m.ter.1 leos. Phone 2-921 .W1Da. 1.DO m alter opposite Pogtoffire. I ) 6 bedroom suite' complete .IU
CPI ;ome sign UP for small job 11. VI CHILI-Rot and spicy. hot hamburger ** p ; 14.S. pipe ba. Phone a.DI IILLa
lion ExsemaT Fr relief t .n Estate out Call 34R6 Newcomer PAIGI0d2 rooms; ceiling and 4 00 p m. 1121 Carlton Drive; off SINK-Nearly new Can 865; -*-may bed compl&I 6.I
use lr.'a Trial bottle SOc. rhl1.. Pine Ra. CONCRETE SERVICE that last forever .I leudln. flat oil Low and good hot coffee at Laney S Bumby_ CABUE at )004 Delaney Park 82190; golden oak det. HTE.and oft W* render
pb 149 N. Orange Ave
131 .
Lw. .en I.
835 boxed 835 service
Sold back guarantee. F Walks our elt"on. Helond. 2.21' BICYCLE-Boy'* Junior lice; 24 inch Drive : new springs ; new Sma
particular "51. I dry..n. f PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY and letter ORANGE JUICE Grapefruit Juice inner-spring mattress SewellThurmond quantity for immediate
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Pb Travel Information specialty steps, fre Dun- I wheels: 815 1916 E Jefferson St COOKING UTENSILS good stock 13.
16 writing Business Fresh pure sweet and Furniture 72 W Modern 428 Or
ALICE CARLTN-Room 804. Florida b.1 Cncret. N Mills: 2-2. P.rke llen.phone Short notice required on deleoU. BOAT-24 ft. run-about; Inch roahogany aluminum stainless .te enameland Pin St. Phone 4070.FRIGIDAIREOil ante An.I Apla.. 1. I.
Bank Building Superflou ba I AIR RESERVATIONS and ticket aHlines. DOORS screens; 2128.pLO tl gallon C. R lre Grower; I hull; seat 9: 75 H.P. genuine Pyrex ..r. Knox Str
permanently removed 1 4. : Sunniland Travel Bureau. 30 store Su, bk e.bIDet&ehe and all TTJNINO rebuilding. far 301 per W. Par Ave. Stye.. I Scrip marine motor; 110. Harold Co.. 2: E. Pine Phone 2-3163. I I HTEban.,o $24 .b
E Pine Phone 531. type of repair Orlando tehnlc'D. 1610 S Orange V Realtor Plumbing fixtures:' eonvplete Ind
CeDtraBATTB2 CLOSETS-
ADVICE readings daily; tours wo. 5783 Branchean PICK YOU OWN FUr.n.et.Drlo. delivery I stove kitchen cabinet RESTAURANT and
Pc HAVANA. Woodcraft. Washlng.on T. L i.ondl& with HOT B
2:3O. CA-AU-upn 15 per ftln. Imel't single beds corner cabinet see
circle in ready for
: andFreeman.
TC Tan. Lanier PIANO TONING-Master technician cash 1.
8enle. E P.St. 44 5 SH Lbb atk
Sin SOc bu McMurtrey at 1329 19th St
44' W. : BU R 1. Phone 531. ELECTRIC CLEANER SERVICE: only tuning 84 Repairing re.n.ble I t.DIere. .rlad. carload lav 'I W Church S.I mel.t delnn. and cm.
Cherry offte Or. Wldence. Ab
)HI. pb 08. HAVANA and Nassau by boat or outlet for genuine Hoover P.r Bet.r. 441 N. Rustic St.: 2-4118 PRIVATE. ORDaJl of stories. Libby and Fm.. '1 W I DUMB WAITER-Hand turned of r FABRICS tapestries yelr.broca- : &l many coln and
Psyehle readings, circle Travel Service RADIO SBIPE Church St. suite I teiiea. mat. .nell- DC. t..I. sues 1tr
AMANDA plane Call Orlando POI modern upkeep service U SEVJB-W prompt Citrus You I cedar 835: dinett Inel wood complete
tation "
We 2:30; advice on all problem 118 E. CnUa dial 15.l. only authorized Hoover Hnl. at low cost? I Fnt .t.bJu70ur BABY CRIBS-Youth beds: baI' 840, twin 845 I In .tbera l.b cu.lt. mat all 1 deep 1st lea tlies
2-2331. ,lon. Bumby Hdw. 6104 Try us Pick up and .trn.then and Other household furnl.hln. Will 11.1. &o alc\loD R 8a. frnr. c.
Thayer .
Dl Colamil. 2.155. delnr. Pbl.R.dlo position by owning the -extra warm- : : stainless _
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BOARD TOUR RIDING bone at lbs Hauling and Moving_ PURIR-pA and refin- snle. 816 Wal.ton.Phone grove dearlb in "Indian River extra -, pn.. Centr. 6 Orange_ I 3 deliver mile See South at Tulyval of Apopka Rnb. 291 FURNITURE I Or.DI-Must AY.t sell out bedroom ...and electric: .nc fr'Dkut
1192. t
Caaselberry.Fla. ; re under Groves For aluminum o stainless
Stable I Feathercraft all
Azalea Lodge mo.er .r .rn" .BOATS- suite. 8225 815. chest ofdrawers. .rer .r .
; rug.
Enjoy riding clearly marked HERTZ DR-tEY paired. R A. Austin. 642 Piedmont. RADIO RPA hour dependable Sale .. Agency Phone with speed hulL Steer from dash hiway.DESK. I laths and electrinbeverage and
scenic Pbone Winter Park.. Rent or'eL Pbone 221.PCRNIR& lnle. m.ke. Pick up and 44. Cocoa. Florida I! Seating capacity 6. Beautiful lines large flat toP. 3 office chairs.all 825; studio coacb 830; drink boxes silex cUe mker tray
9174-W&t Pickup or stake body. 904 H.Or.na. SHOP delivery Fuller Bros64 B Church. LANEYS Help $275 R S. Evans W. CentraLPhone I in good condition Phones 9521 I! and 4 : chair and curb and
Phone 2MYWE REPAIR R Ph 8942 LUC AT serve { 6 John H. Wahl Cocoa Fla 8100; P ':rocker 845; bookcase a\.Dd. .o, metal dishes and
chair ready &i rphol.trl. I and .y. both tm. and 4321.__ 810; piecrust 830 Can seen nr..re.
B ITc efficient I AERO TSI CO.- other fellow Job. REFRIGERATION SERVIC. house- money Laneys. N. Ave ft wide various DRINKING FOUNTAIN-Kelvinator at 1044 26th St. Saturday b Sun- glassware stock ptL stainless ted
ice Mr9. Union .* close at Hn. Long ct.ne. "oYI.. Joiner t"; us Something new ..G 2611 ho:d and eomm.rlaL in 19 I BROADFT. I running foot: I automatic thermostat Bumby or aluminum; bar kitchen sinks.
.bO. : free rebuilding TEMPLE ORANGES-Not touched by pr 102 W. Church ?U f all sues soda fountain electric cake
E Van fo a. Phone cooler; .. 2501 I I
East Bide 6 Ca Str. Wuhln.tn. 2-168. reperl. c.u. cold C. D. Jr.. Turkey Avdoyen Rug Edle..tr Had.ae. I 1 iGmA1 f U. A-l condition:
estimates; moving Ferguson N. Terry WUde mixer 4O-8O electric
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.1 la .tran. FURNITURE I Dr.. 21219BOAT DRAPERIES-Paper tl 49 Per pairOrlando .u.r. pt.t
from Mt. to Farm call
BOAT TRIPS Dl. packing Upll.ter. phone 9752 and 614 re.on.ble. until 1 P m. only peeler; electric :
through Ok- 10 CUSHIONERS-Life preservers 1 1I Prlar Co. 14 Sunday Delaney Park Dr I
Sprn. u 8. Division; ph 7988 ele.n. I cases show eases: safes and ;
t..b. Rhe. Boat Works. INC.-NaLIon'e Klenl a wartime c.D RIO. REPAIRS-All work .a.r.n. 3 Article for Rent Bumby H.rd..r. 102 W. '[ W. Church FIXTURES-.Set of store fixture of cash registers; wood y.ult:
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ALLIED VAN LE. Ph 2-299O. 24 hour service; pick up .nddelYr. I Church StI ROOM Duncan
dlaonn. DINING I built-in bath with
3223 Mt Dra P. I C1 bleached maple of showopen
goods.Call :
largest Wilkes 1204 E. Col- tub cmplt *
CHARIS COR8ETTERE Brassieres. I Fidelity Storage it FLOOR SANDING fin-shln clean- phone R.dlo i BULLDOZER FOR RENT-Hour or I I BOILER-10 h p. Ray 1 oil Phyfe m.b 11. 2-4184 dIsplay and eI and Harry .. Ml : 4
girdle a eol writ W Co.. for free estimates on W.rbo.your tone in*. waxing. "Orlando PII Sur- on.1 D. 551. I'I I contract; land clearing, I. B I 1' burner and CisseU leoit DRY CLEANING EQUlM- wrapping counter Oran Pharmacy I : :Ave. Daytona Beach. h :
L._O:_!! .13. Ms moving W. facing CoM give guaranteed satis RIO RA24br. aervic; a Meara Son 8-0147 with full .atm.tlc .e I Washer filter 1124 E. Colonial 88
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INCOME TAX prepared. Reasonable dltan... f.eon Experienced workmen licens E worl narnk. A 1 BULLDOZER-For rent; hour Job; duff Ce.D.1 Z4 Rldnwo corner for R.sD.ble. Phone 63 Blue. Studio HARDWARE CLOTH-Just what you
231.JOLE' 01 .
ret1 bonded; modern equipment.Under phon TavaresDAZY FIR VAV ,
624. ,_
Local moving; large al; p.lett r.t. 7135or R.lnd 2-106. Arln.toD' Ce.De beds. need Bumby Hardware 102 W
rt elaUa management J. Qnf- .14 S Ir. 15.15
Malcolm W. packing new L RIO REPAIRS-Expert lr. on 2- 'BAT TUB And electric bench *awI aise: kitchen ; Church
2 C1 atra.e c.tl. A fen.! 1809 N. Orange: 7838 make and CA OPENEA e.blnet 14.
Phone 6675. Open Long Dt.n a moel. FLOOR edger and polisher I I _. Smith. Rt 3. Box 417 I Dozy le Juicer 83250: b 121. Whit- HE.AItR-Clrculatlng. for coal rr

INCOME TAX-Be Sure-Get 50legal Moving 506 Mary St. Dial 49. FURNITURE..We make REBUILT it look and like upholstered. new at- N. .ttnUoD. StrL 14 Johns SANDER. 2208 Edgewater BABY BUGGY. used Thayer: can b Bumby H.rdw.r. 102 W. Church mire Furniture 30 Church .o including cord of split wood
deduction! Call load Drive phone 2-0915 seen at 1207 Shady Lane Drive.BEDROOM.SJITEMoPle DELCO LIGHT VOlt DC 4O-42 AU week.
2-257.'.U LARGE VAN-Move or part PL-2 10. Onrt .I
fu a very low cost and have plenty o RIO REAA email 42 .. i I StFURNITURE : pm.; Sunday 1i
'P POLISHER vanity 800 watt; abused
WeWond.7.- to N. Y. point roat. Aa nice materials Furniture FLOOR them) and cabinet prl Ua .
.
: W. Church. list 243 8. Cr.f : hour. Ph I sure tank: red jacket shallow PrUD.d. bought i 4.30 p Kennedy 617 Louis
Bnee. Unitd Itb St ) 1015 W. Church: 2-0931 guaranteed Boyd at Wyckoffg 2524 sender: by day or bench and bed complete; like new I I 1 t I _
PAplta.lt me Crel.311.. S. Knhl Ave.. phone 2-2821. 2-2821. Wrekof'. Hdw. 2524 Ku. 1511 E Robinson.BABY pump; 250 gaL per hr. wood oreo.1 from Mother of the home AY.; off Oln. Ave
) FLOOR SANDING AND beater lined
PBG prewar circulating of friendly furniture: 56 E I
dum In.tD B Circle Thursday S Wu P. WhO point DISTANCE Packing eat.MOVING local-.oy A portable Prompt Hnee. )oem. Established RIO REPAIRED Work guaranteed-12 to 18 Pickup hour FLOOR eUlpmeDt SANE naD.ble and : edge. -2821 new. pen; CARRlOB.cODdl&OD b.sIDett.; raD.ble*y-. .It fire brk. All .rle. .in W.o. FIG CABINETdrawer Calb Steel I HOIST-2 booms: 2 hand operated .

PiOI ing Saddath Co pwe lnlce. .o I .dito 1. 408 E New England .ue. complet with e.II.
1135. workm.n licensed; delyer. Cooper Music Store. WJkofHd. please tlephone 2-21. 4. T north from C .I. 5. and
Phone 8154 Fl
115 W. Park
8PENCZR SUPPORT Individually Colubl. : Ire. StnD Floor SurfacIng 20 Cu h. Phone 462.RIfRGETONFor FLOOR SANDERS New Amerca BLUE complete set for Ford Road & .r.t 10& r.ls. 819S Holler Chevrolet. -
deaae. Ploys 2-3 Mrs. 8. 1. MOVE IT YOUJ- Big. roomy 62.I 8"; new Rean.ble pRIN home Each with Dairy FELTS BUILDING PAP rollroofings. US Hole.. .
W.ren. 122 E W.alo. trailer Rates low a* REPAIRED and prompt C. R. ege.. 185 S. Bumby Ave. moem, 2-brom R.D.bl i L.nn.double flat top. aluminum rfl. .t
on spll.Uon.
81.50 a day For out of hauling PURl reI u8.n DEK. pest .
SWEDISH AND MICA Massage 8tat new Cabinets commercial and makes phone 7831 Phone 2-208. utility eve drip-Mill* ft Nebrsk. HOT auto
Slenderizing; ; treatment tee H.rr"on. cre South order Tindall Furniture Co, 2323 N. \Villard Keler.domestc Dealers em-I BEDROOM SUITE-Solid mahogany type Smith-Wilson Co. Office \ FURNITURE New and used Fay I T HATJ.; kerosene -

for arthritis and neuritis Mis. fit and.Oela w* lt. C Or.na Call 6548 N. Mills; 33. Articles for Sale 4 poster dresser and chest. Lake j titter 401 W. Central; 951.DESK.leS.D.2 cash and save 10 to 25 per cent on. .Ue-. type Knox Stores Co .

OUbr registered masseuse, 1206 W.Y.le 1.1.VE REFINISHED-Any tap 1tRFINISHING-reupholsterlisg. If Jem CaU Mt. Dora 2158 drawer 44'x28 your purrhasea. .Prltar Co. ,,25 E. Pine Phone 2-3163.

2918. Ladle only WITH' TRUCK de.le I. FIRE rflDh. padding or rm.k. ote fellow didn't give a good t. AUTO ENGINE-1939 Cn.le Excellent -I BOATS -12-foot Ib.rd b.& good 115. Offc 2 drawer I 115 W. Church St.. 582.I IRRIGATION PUMP-Powered by

TO ALL REALTORS-My property al bu.; epulpped t ba ing can .. Pe e.Um.te. tr 8metbln. n.. Pools Jb cDdIUOD. hearIt engine: 11-foot b.t: el'' IU U2.S. Fla Bun.I FIGmAIEAI 1942 Philco radio model "A' engine; A-I conditionprice .
Northwest corner of 32nd St. and frDtur lumbr.. cement blol Russ Mattress Co.. Cbar ture Pb 2-1168. 2611 E run R.mb.88 W. Central Ave I triG motors; Briggs In m. Equipment 39 N. exceleDt Bourn Place reasonable see It at. Vaughn
Orange Blossom Trail Is not fo sale Ph 2-21. Phone 2221.FR Washington St.RFCRD. I ANTIQUES-Brie a Brac. lamps tal turning lathe with accessone Pi-one 5454ELECTRIC phone 2-51. Service Orange and Orlando

at any Pr. lot listed for .I alter WE .OVI and store fine furniture SANDING; flb.. .p.1 shingle aluminum china; also some furitur. L Swap Shop. 120 W. Pine WATER 30- FOOD FREEZER Firestone upright 6cubic AYs.. Staton Wintr Park
Feb R T. Br.nof Howard Van .Storage -& ; Islar No 15 Stt V Bottom BET.. I feet. Southern Store ,
gals -
13b. .n corrugated also and ; vacuum
1 t.teDt ; BOATS row. de.ner Or.t BOX SO Ib capacity;
.pe. ;
YIAVI PRODUCTS 914 Metealf !. 10 W. Church Pb 41.WAT epren modern work asbestos siding For sale or applied; tilla Florida Phone 11 skiffs .pb.o- opposed ers: all new; .b. they I 1 692 N. I IC -luggage trailer: both In

Bid*. 8452 from 9.30 .... &4: PART LOADS to or from : 1.n prompt service; work guaranteed; fre etm.t 3 AUTOMATIC WATER HT air-cooled Onan Inboard motor I 1.st Al WI.a. 2014 Kaley; FRUIT BASKETS-Bushel and W I extra 2-wbel good condition 3O6 W Concord
p.m Sat. by appointment. or en TOUtS February 28 C. R. Burke. 81.HOUSEWDWS. year to pay .68. Electric 3. 5. 30 ranging from 880 to 8545 I.uUf1 bushel flat bottom shipping type;
i W. P. KELLY Registered Surveyor. Pullord Van & Otorage Co. pbon. inside Winter Garden Rd wen of **Mertland" Can make family boat, ready for de I HEATERS portable "E new; Amco F Co.. 300 W. RbI|I IRISH WAI for sale; new C\m.

I, 5 Church and Main Arcade. Phone 586 13 N. Main. w.xd WAHE polished mond*. delivery and installation Convenient I, Inr. Pine Castle Boat/" Construc ELCRIC Closing out 2$. son ph. I Call 810 4667 prf. condlUon Pi..
WEEKLY VAN SERVICE in niesclean : painting ., call 7228 or REFRIGERATOR 1-day terms Willard A Keiser Vogue Theatre to" .. phone 2-2465. price S995.at M.95. Uoyd Factolure. FUR mink: like
"& ftur. vans t T.mpa 2-3098. service; all m.k.SEVIC Refrigeration Block Colonlalo.n; dial 5136. BRIEF AND REPORT COVERS I 905 N. Orange I D..JACK. nan I at 907 OldEngland ROATON PUP $W.te
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12. Lost and Found J.cklnyU and For HOME CONSTRUCTION-Build your Service 1505 lcl&D. Ave. pieces thistle .Ia I'I'AI"QUE1 from lOc each Check with :. ELECTRIC &n *.. P.rk or ph burln. with P.*bau.
WAT BETI Morse New b.'
Call Orlando own home Phone West. 8761 Winter Park phone 480RUGS Itm.. Stu.r 1 8 Main St.. phone popular a I Winter Park 335W.FLUORESCENT I Inb pump. I. 0
B. \ & prl rubber steel
1 and Storage 7510 for Gal P Morris Division St. Fla Walter J. Wilcox Inc. 61 E. "ae.1Phon
CWsr. or lost; 1 J.r7. Aent o particulars.MUG1IRYS AND UPHOLSTERY I BOATS-14-ft. fishing b.t with bait FIXTURES-14. 15 2-3921_week d.n.
Guen. marked swallow fork UD loway Transfer GAS and on burner service in your ow home: approved ee.oe met ALUMINUM BHEETS-24-gauge. 2 ft well; outb.rd gear rr.s several I, son Ave.. opposite PoitotflceELECTRIC I I 20 watt 84 95 crom. 1.1. T
e.r under bit in DEEMS DELIVERY Service phone and attic fan call oe moth proofing Dixie Rug ty 10 ft: reasonable Evenings usd motr.; preserver WATER COOLERS by Fair Store 10 W. I IRRIGATION PU 4- ntrfaa
Branded B Fr d. Li*. Notify Mrs.M 7673; light moving and hauling. for .stm.ta phone In.\.UUoD. .M.phone '642.REPGERTOR. after 6 p.m.. 922 GlendonjoAct 'I .o and hardware Weatnabou. Summer i* br. CARBONATORS Hudson I pump direct eonDct.d t. v-. mo
Platt Rt. Orlando every insured 526. 1.ATIC. Orlando Marine Walter Ji I FUNA tor capacity 80 b
today?
B. It-B. & nan.bl. r.tL HOUSES WASHED wIndows RSHE8 ; Oatb.rd so I' motor les UDcDdlUon.1, mounted on for portable A
LADIES LOST Black: I. inside 8reD like boa FANS--Prepare for the hot I 2"09 N. Orange i Wilcox Inc. 61 E. Robinson oppositePostofflce. ly.aCm.Ue now South
PUI ; Hnle. .uaranted. Cohoon Machinery Co. 138 W.
.front Lovett'a E CloD 11 Laundry Work paint .1 work lok.waxing as original finish Britt .. months by Installing an CHAIRS-office; typewriter 12.': t I I medl.t.u.r'Dte InalaUo.. Phone Curry St. .
4370 floors Jb.specialty 2-4307 Electric." 64 Church. attic fan in your home We will also Swivel: .tr.t.bt $3.SO ELECTRIC 8 5 ft. .
R..r. P nera I 14.5. i RFRGETOR 2.74 Fr.ICnr.1

SAVE Average family wash cost 60C. 8942.I handle the complete installation.Blueflash 86 Maitland never out on IRRIGATION SYS and supplies
LOST Black lady'a. By
D. HOOVER Service 5. cr.t boas FRUIT Florida
SHOE found New machine play pen plentyparklne ACM.cE RUGS-furniture upholstery, beverage coolers .15.4 ea wjth) hood right *n Van Aye.Orb t7p.., 20. for groves famL .
W rules Burn VI.t. : up .
l-beL R..rd I line Hour I ft opacity Orlando Appliance Co. COrE TABLEM.ple. .ne : Pipe A Supply Co. 830 W. Curb
"', 1.35. t A.M- a.e. 80 f. 4.. Church: Phone 6104 cleaned, -lusterixed by Inc.. 210 N. Orame Phone 12x129x15 ELECTRIC STOVE-Apt. size 3OO-Ib Phone 2-3163. : phone 6115.INNERSPRINO.
8 tbe 453' .
WALLET, LOST-Leather; currency day and P. until Wen.. CLEANED and repaired Ienle. wartime clean- APARTMENT EQUIPMENT 3x10: chin. sL Mor- grocery ice box; .o be.ter 150- : FREEZERS Deep Freeze and York. i!

sad valuable p.pn. a 9187-W Strack nd.LU. 318 W. Washington HATE cer service Work dls nl. Ph. 2-399. ranges. complete kitchens- ri. Division St. C.noDt F. ".1 tank Phone 41. I To .1. Moer App1n- other ahlpme.t.MATEJAD

Parker S1 p.m.. ; 6924. R N. Medlin. Phone 7364 SEPTIC TANK INSTALLED and sink refrigerator and stove I CIGARETTE LGHE- Ronson ELECTRIC BROODERS-Number 80; 42 I double. UI.S. Home Store. 458
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Reward. Day or night In Cleaned .pproYe 20 yean (.. and electric c.blDet. wail Zippo DDW. and LundBermans electric square floor brooder, az FUR COAT able dyed muskrat. gUn ,i N -.
19. Services Offered HOME REAner.1 repair; "isiness: Altr.U. -' I, type gas beaters Modern Appliance LaD. Cureb 500 Bumby B.rd..re 102 14; 4 .ut size 14 and 16 excellent IRONING BOARDS -Large size with
reput- SEPTIC TANKS CJ everything .Inc.. 428 N. Orang25l4. CEA CHESTS-Solid cedar renu- Church : cu only: 18 E. Muriel I sturdy all metal folding under

tIed screens.mo. I..mo.e pumped bule P. J. FANS in In. 1.1. 141.5. clearance 131 50 Orlando ELECTRIC LAWN MOWERlO ft Ave I' frame 86.75. Knox Store Co. 25 E.
Venetian rpa Burke Permanent ATC atk. 361..2 Co., 615 1 Pine Phone 2 3163.
AWNINGS porch curtains I Licensed BDd.d. 1522. Home Co. 9=3 11 hesvy! cord JeUeID FURNITURE Lnola studio '
I
HERE FOR YOU DULY: Insured Route 19. Box 231; bnd.d.l I W. Church 8t
glider covering Phone 8826 ret. coach porch deskclotbes ;
bUd with If Orange Av Winter Park 708 ; .d I LOUVERS-ateel; 12x18 in
FI. A.D. Co.. 4>8. Huthey BOUSE pu WAHE. th.tam SEWING MACHINES R&AnE, or Orlando Ph. CANOES Old Town Just .rlye I ELECTRIC IRONS-.Automatic con- closet metal e.blnet Cocbrsn esch. Horn Inl&UoD WtbleD
Sentinel-Star Want Ads bring Vacuum cleaners All ended double ; Furniture 1015 St 1
derived from steam washing they all I square trol; Universal. Proctor S.1n Ave, Winter Park .
: Men's Horrel4g Side Repair, 410 W ALUMINUM ROOFING-High ou.117 Sponson: 13 15. 16. 17 and BumS Hsrdware 102 W. 153 Or.DI F.
ALTERATIONS- and ladles. would have it done. It preserves both Wet Alcoa Corrugated Aluminum 1. Cureh. GAS RANGES-For bt1 sas and color
; you the latest news of what'savailable Dr.making Blip cover dr.p. paint and beauty; Ito very reasonable Oore 7795.SILVER ins and Siding irariou Rf. laf.; Csstle Boat Con- city ..Full sise. J. WllcosIne LUr CA YOI. y.ru Geors
..d *. College Park looks like a new paint :ob PLATING-Work amnted.1 II ctork immediate delivery 81144 per I Ilu.r. Co. Pine C.lte. P.I 61 &Robinson opposite Post- I:1 Stuart 13 doz.8. Main <. phone 8158i .
Shop. 2202 Vk Kdgewater Dr phone Steam Home Washing Co. ph done our shop_ i I CABINET RADIO-Silver tone; Justoverhauled
< t ow Weabe' fob Columbia S. C. Alum- EGO flour sifters: rolling
for sale rent and BEAT LAWN MOWER REPAmSompleW
23625. i
See at 204 Hlbus-
t 7738 210 W. ; S2O off.ce.GL
T.dln. It. n. never rust Roof with pins .prnkln. cans Godfrey CUB Spldln. Jimmy I I lock and
and INCOME TAX computed TREE run Court Phone 2- HaxenMy rep.1 P.r fo Ep
ADDING MCIE typewriter Rtur SURGERY. Winch service aluminum for the grandchildren I Hadw.re B JakSD. I W.ltr -. _
buy. Dial 4161. e.- ..r Our work for Individuals _1__ banded and licensed Pre estimates I Come. phone wire or .write GreenHarvester I CRCLTNO HET- Coal or :1. Own" iron*. Wln IndetMct Stores Co. .25 E..Pine .en Phone 2-3163.
George etc George A. W.r 384 N. Oranee. anytime i. H. ADdenn Pb I I Co.. Columbia. S. C. Pb I I I at 12OO X. b... Like new Al .
Stuart. 1 S. W St.. phone 8158 phone -. I I 2-2S24; B E. *. Pb 161. I 2-77031. I Robinson Backspin Lane off 1.1 Ave | [Continued On Next Page




for necessary expenses incurred in I I day after a short illness. Mr. Rut- Dr. Robert H. McCaslin officiat Brady Kellogg bargain and (ale !I Her perfectly controlled voice
M L Kyle to George W Gibbg al
"Panel attending meetings of the Com Mr. Johnston lee had been a resident of Or- ing. Interment w b in Greenwood lease a Soprano Thrills was warm Inspirnr. and completely -

for the past two years, com Cemetery Nydegger lav Co Inc t LeRoy K Due-

Chidren's min would b selected "be ing here from Birmingham Ala. Mrs Dane is survived by her tin wd '10.LR "Music is painted upon a can-

cue of their broad interests and I He was a retired employe of the husband Walter J. Dane, a COUiMr. B Giles t Present Owner Tel va of silence" Leopold Stokowskyonce

knowledge and their ability Birmingham Electric Co. and was Millie Partridge Orldo. / Ozsrk Corp t Bridget Sttnziale *mMr said The greater the degree
HereThe t Irene to W Park Fed Say Audience Here
Today nieces, and one C.r of silence the finer the possibilities -
,
make contributions in specialized I II a membr of the Baptist Church Fend and Loan A. S175O. I II A'I
i I "
I Series Legion of Birmingham. are requested t omit nower. Carco la R K Kelley a ux wd 810 of the performer .
ad Aerca B Mcllroy et S MinervaMorgan I
fields and their concern for chi i !I I assign sit. ux I Last night's .c a n v a a" was

Florida Children's Committee dren.. I services I Surviving are his Mrs. FUNERAL SERVICES: I Prudential ins C.10.C. D i Crt I I Iv MARGERY MERRILL marred with a shaeu amount ofcoughing

at a yesterday in the for Mr. J. J. Johnston 62. St. Rutledge. 1\ie. Earl ; For Mrs Ella M. McVagh of etuxom. Music lovers swarmed to Or- feet and
The provides for a $25,000 I
Interstate Dev Harden
Nom CO A V et
met bU sn. Castle will be held from the i t last
Pine lando Auditorium
Cloud Rutledge i ax wd 81 Municipal unnecessary noise from the audience -
for pioneer and one-time postmaster ; one daughter. I II
Angebilt approved .bU annual budget for operation Including Jane Rutledge; two Eveiy. Carey Hand Chapel Monday at 2 I, Walter W Rose Inv Co t Joe Luby MUls I night t hear one of the truly but the artist and her twotalented

presentation to the State Legislature .. a $5.000 maximum salary who died Thursday at h I jah Rutledge of Claremore. Okla. p. with Elder Hartwell officiating Jr et M nx Wilson wd 810O et.al to Anna S Goes wd 81.I great art of this season's civic assistants. Stuart Ross,

for enactment a law etb for executive secretary to home. 820 Florida Ave. w b and Bland Rutledge of Akron.I Interment w b at a later I.1 Fir Nat Bank .Leslie Collins Smith music Patrice MunseL pianist, and Betty Wo flutist,

lishing a permanent State a cote held at 3 Sunday from the date. trustee deed 810 Miss Munsel Metropolitans 21- seemed to hear none
the of State p. ; three sisters O W. i.
programs Oho 11. { Cl R et u t Lawrence H Row
dren's Commission t supersedethe II. agencies, a plan i Eiselstein-Wigginton ChapeL The of Coleman Edward I et year-old coloratura soprano, who They gave their "a" executed -
I .Mr. MEMORYIn Mutual In Co Oscar A Richardson I New York in 1943 in :
present I u. t captivated a thrilling experience -
cmtte. organize and co-ordinate activitiesof Rev. R. M. Standish officiate.Mr. of New Mexico and ,
Lw memory of my beloved husband C. .I
The bJl. presented "as w Mrs. Lora Davis A W Thomal et the difficult role of PlUme In"Mignon" .
t b Committees. Bryant of Amarillo, Eugene Kennedy, who away Febn..r t Mi
County j jI Johnston Fel .
the first
operated p.a
early the 1947 Leg Cdrn's 11 ,i I' wd 810 and later won the
a pible" I County would n- here. I 196 never forget a smile that F J Eaton et u t Bennett cil:
for appoint I store His partner at that Tex.Funeral Men Metropolitan Opera Auditions of
services I wd _
iatue. 'oud elude nine appointive members : will be held last forever a 810 I "EoFa Park Forum
men Governor of a com time was S. H. Hu.He also was adirector Carey Hand Chapel Monday Your brokenhearted wife. On. Eaton &P J Eaton e al sm. the A Awa.swept the cobwebs
whose would Include' te E
I
responsibility et ux F Roper
j Eleanor concert
L
less 15 .
of not than nor of State 10:30 with the Rev. I sill 514.000. pro
te
more than 21 membr t execute developing of information required Bank. J. Powell a with W P Roper t F.al a Loomis d 1 gram and presented to her Central Program ListedAnother

the I by the commission and submission the oficiati. Orange County .d 110.I Florida audience a group of
following interment in hu
dute I Raleigh W .t 01 3p sng interesting
[11 of plans an proposals for' cpi ObituariesMRS. Cemetery te Grnwo Court Records L McP.tt e* .x .m- as fresh and enchanting a been for the prom
fac ccem; with youth needs in the j H B Zollmaa et ux .W F Roper & herself arranged Ea
needs of ad ROBERT KLOR MARRIAGE APPLICATIONS sign sitS '10. ser Forum conducted 2:30:

through adequate research in cooperation -I The judge of the Juvenile Mrs Virginia W. Klor. 56. of 521 MRS. GUST ORXBERG Claude Warboy 72. carpenter. Ean- Met A Sahler to State of Plo sub ene. pra Included "Le Printemps. pjn. for the coming week The

with I i Mrs Ellen Ragnhild Ornberg 68. ford and Ella .Jane C.nndr. 70. housewife Joel P Phillip et ux St.t of l contemporary .
existing SUt Cun or county judge a mem Sheridan Blvd.. suddenly Sat Sanford qcd 81 program follows

agencies r of the District Welfare urday. A de of this community I died Friday night at her home on Rut** Henry Clater 25. cirpenter 2OS I Julia L Russell. e vir t al ,. 8t.t French compr. Henri Fevrier Monday. J. A. Hessler "Textiles

121 Review legislation pertaining Board a member of the CountyCommissioners. for the last six months, Lehigh Ave. in Winter Park after Hillcrest. and W'r Ella Wellman. 2.art.r. of Fla To.qcd* Gurney 81 121J et u t State P a song youg couple very' -Nature's Contributions t Man
a short ilhitoss.She much In love in
Lkh.r. strolling along
to children and youth and appropriations County School Mrs. Klor came here from Chris- CHANCERY qcd 81 ."
1 survived by her husband Marion D Walker M al v* WoUy Ozark Corp &St.t of Fla sod 81 the Spring: Oh Cease Thy SingIng. -
made for services in Superintendent or a member of Va. Gr.e D A Layton of qcd C S Chewn-
tbur. Gust Ornberg. proprietor of an bill of decision. I 1.S.t P 11 ." by Rachmaninoff, Chanson Tuesday. the Rev
their behalf and consider presentrevisions the School Board and the Director wa a member of the First Myrtle Gertrude Cppr etc v* R 0 J Louis Poor et I C of 1' tag, "Making the Day "
appliance repair store; two sons. ManBin et al quiet qcd 81 de Marie Antoinette a song of love Brht.
and additions and report of the County Health Unit Baptist Church the UD.C.. and Alex William Cole James L Murphyet BI d Stanxiale et Fir Fed Giles
Orlando and Gust et ax vs Y & by Myron Jacobson, the frivolous
to the Governor and Legislatureon where one would be in- the deAwrofteOn Orbr. als quiet title. S. .n Loan Assn mtg 1. Weeay. M.
Jr announced
exits : one daughter.M L Myers et ux Gressan gay by ;
W W S.eaiall vs Blanche SteaiaU di Ga. L Papion. Fur Fler. t
such leiUon | eude on Cunty commit Couty A.Beides Hannah Rowell; a brother. Yore, e 81O "The I I, J. Bone "Why B 8
131 the availabilIty her husband. L. Winter Mary D Carter vs Cecil J Carter div i Cal d Conner e u &Byrne I Tay Pessimist".
T appi te I Klor, she leaves two daughters.Mrs. Gu Pak and'a INSTRUMENTS FILED I lor et ax wd 810 -Mireille-; "When I Was Seven a
accessibility of sister. Mrs. Esther I Roland Mobiey et ux J L Clement : the Rev. H.
Korsakov Friday
William s Woodrow Jr State of t teen. and Rimsky 1 Klt
| Other members of county E. c. Robbms. St. Louis, and Sltt. Hemp t F et ux wj 810Joe "
for and youth stead. N. Y qcd of the Old
the "Place
and Rose.
a src dd I groups would be chosen for theirinterest Mrs. R. S. Chubb. Urb N. Y. Pa 11 Kuhns ux t State of P sod Luby .I e* wx to Fir Fed Bar The Nightingale I t
e Church.
services are to held and Loan S12.525 Although too much gesticulationIs
Wt t Stt. in needs of children, ef- and her mother. Mr C.Vbite. Fer b 11. Waiters to Anna 8 Goes wd (I. Crt
contacts with at Monday at the t S'aybaugh 1 A J.mC 8"y- Blnb considered bad on the concert Open discussion.
p. Anew Satuda
and two Ma E Crook et :
in promoting child wel Orlando grand al wd 81O ux C James. D
State and Federal feivenes Pittman Fr Home bl.b Marsh et ax wd 810 stage Miss Munsel. without using
lo ofcl wt D. Y McMillan et u A W Thomalet
fae within the county and their chddrnRIERYtTLEGE &. Fir Fed Bar and Loan Aua Louts
R, T. otcit. at wd 110.i & :I II superfluous or "arty" ges Stetson Glee Club
a agece cne pn knowledge of local conditions. FOB Harding to Lee sat rods Ralph Smith Ct 51 I an
fo ad youth. 1 Present for I : I i 1 D C Smith et ax to -C Row I Ivan R Brown e'. a t William B': te sang completely from head
the conference here \ e Concert
151 To and foster )IR JAMES L'U.RMr. u ned *io. e a Osi. To Give HereThe
encourage were Mrs. Ellen White- I 450 I al James C Rowe S Guernsey X R Bass et t t.
51 ofDaytona len & :
yesterday .1 "cHa & I the melody ..
local community action Conway Road, died in the Vet H Lr. et e I eyes sang |: nationally known Stetson
I b Miami, chairman of the '
a local Lorraine 8 Plenon WUliam her body in rhythm-
half I William H et al to 9 t
of children e i
through present State committee: Mrs. ern Hospital at Bay Pines F- hospital Saturday after illness H Crane W.tr. 8356 8O 'a Thomas York et as i'i IwaP University Glee Club 1 present

County Cdtn's Committees. Sylvia executive secretary of several a W A Brunt o bn 1 Henry Kiasam A G Tarbuttoa et ::0)0 Baker St't sacred concert at the
Croer. I mont Funeral arrangements Cardenas fsd e. C .wd 81O Stuart Wilson et UT sm. a First Baptist -

Membership of the commission ; .udge Icol Bogue of St. both of Orlando announced City of Oil t Henry Kluam Cardenas ;, mta2.72 Judson Wo. et o t Br R Grace William P Edmondson e u &KI Church next Sunday, starting

would Include the State Bristol. : Members of tHfr-present Orange later by the Carey Hand Funeral deed sloW A wd 810
SuperIntendent NOe
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M. Maat J P Williamson et Jadson Moor
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S Blomeley State at
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of Public Instruction. .oph Joseph Hall. County Children's Committee who Home. 'qcd et nx am saa I

State Health Officer State Wel- 1 a Tallahassee: .ude Walter were invited t attend the :: 11 Via Broadcasting C t Naomi Jim Helm et ax & .Nat Bank .f Mathew Wooue e ax & Hsrlow a : The club I composed of 40
son 'Todd MurreU W sitS
535.000. Fredrick et
fare Commission and chairmanof Crisweli. .akve. Mrs. E included the Rev. Mah MRS. FLORENCE M. DANE I Ida J BrA sits to Stale of Via sod 81B Oar.. ..116.ux & Fir Mat Bank A a..t a3.Bo..rd a&Robert I Ray voice carefully selected from the

the Children's Com- B. Holden DLnd Mr. T. Dendy. chairman; F. Funeral services for Mrs. Florence .,":> Beebe to Slate of Fla sub ene.Fiovd W Garden 11.0. e* ux wd 810Raby 150 voc Chor of the

Cppe Cta.Newbr J. C Pridham Blankner Maynard Ea M 1. C.Brossier ., M. Dane who died Wednesday qcd L. Rosen et ax State o P et B ax C wd Blsflow 8111.Lela .I w.lr W BoRon Jr Jr .Bufo. e vir t Alvey I H ward ad Mat und the direc

II on Wet P Bach: Sio. Mr. and M will be held Tuesday afternoon .1 M Hook .et u t State o P C Buraa *4 vir &J M Day mtg Aide P Grdl. et .x I E.t AssMolman tion of Prof Hard Griffm.Music1 .

Members to serve without compensation Plant Judge Hart Mrs. and at 2 clock from Eiselsteinr qcd si. 1. et 10. the '
ad Wia .ae K Layten to qed $L to Lela C Barn wd 81O Alden P Gardiner 1 1 E.t A School of
+ but t b reimbursedtlZ. i Farmer and Dr. Paul Carpenter. Mrs William E. Wlgglnton Home for Funerals with F.r D St.t. o 1 F..Beatrice Fir J.D7 Baa W Garden Dodlay Haimaa et .wd $ e.




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from Preceding Pe" Articles for Sale I S3., Alee: for Sale I r 40. Pet Stock and Supplies I I'I {[14 Business Rentals I I I 15L Houses for Sale I 151. Houses for Sale I IS I : Houses for Sale $ 'iinb ti &rntinrl&farORLANDO.

and WRIST mans: 'i POX TERRIER-Thoroughbred: year''' STORE- 06 Oraac Ave.-14OO CLOSE IN Bandy to I Istores. .
: RIe P Cl WAT. l..e'I K. School bus. -W* ar* a queer lot FAIRVtCW Big Lake Fairview -
Article* for Sale U tii a.1 pr B.mt : -. 8.1.I and hi old: beautifully *q. ft. C. R. Emerick. Realtor. 610 i Waking distance. Good people here Is one man from .a and AV.-4. section. Wen FLORIDA

Bd.. I ..tc. ; Stewart Je.e Inquire 1509 W. 28th St. m.rke.1 I I M. Orange; dial 7346. I I( clean home. Frame construction. 3 l, foml Jut bought a home in Or- built 2 brom Paat.b.. nicely fur SUN, FEB. IS. 1SW7 PAGE 13

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LW MOw"' DNa Chureh.- E..tl D 38: bedrooms lor. front Oooo of this property 2 good
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FOREIGN CAGE I prc 1.. nle. prh. It tr.I
,1. ap.W* WINDOW FAIl-3D-lath Xmenoa. BP.rt.t 50. Wanted to Rent i j ji 2 lots. family and
stock tb* part*." Bumby JAV EQ1-B tp Walter J. Wilcox. lac* 61 Kant I| Fbc Java Rl. bld& I ': S2.80O mortgage at S2ti l. t C.Uo. ot.n. t.1 2-1 51. Houses for Sale)

)irdwar. C.. 102 W. Church. i Av A.I.n. 211 Avenue. t tI i I per Quick RuckuS fute -
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: Robinson ,i: APT.-2-bedrooms. By mother and SIO. for 88.500 Fine neighborhood
cafeteria water coolers walk-la I T.mp. P. I FLORINDA. 2015-Come see. Open LANCASTER PARK-Beautiful 4-bed.
LUMBER Everythlnt i l\d hotels coolers; Heat- I WALLPAPER-Our stock will fit your I IHW' I trade dauthter. Phone 2-32. O'N.a Rar 118 &Robinson; and Ulon bus service. 2 4 New two bedrooms. room exquisItely furnUhed h"uie.
lumber .o.0 LI- ins .t b.t I I .'Ol.ado Paint and Wall- I II I FROZEN HOREYT for pets. e'o Solarium. j I I, 235.I I II Frank Crebe 507 W.ta t P. I Immediate poesesaten- Well financed.
br. eument A I.lut ." I
Cbn" Rl. ) Ph. Jackson; 331. 2l. refriteraf f,! AFT. OR I furnished 3 bed- Building 2-ltO. i I Oarase apartment Otto Rasmusea
4 p.pr CA-oml.t.lJ
LINOLEUM-Felt base: S ft. wt ; l I Co-a-k PIe nlb Magnolia.. Kennel I II I II i I 1011 II.HOUS&UDln pbD. l I I I 1r elee- SECTION 3-ldrl' 1.FRE | with Cavenauah. Realtors. 4308.___,

various colon. Avdoyaa Rn c 'felt face: j ODD, lETw aol double !.. I APARTMENT 2-bedroem. Master >, tn kitchen _mp\1 except CLNl bungalow: HILLS--Here U your oppor

noiEdeewater Dr.:_Phone- 2-121._ RUG Oa.al .a. '> Mea and m.pl. I II >I I UONKZY Youni. tame. African I I Sit., wife and baby; yearly basi: -, for In. lot and fruit thro holt: living room dining rom buy a new and c.plt LAKEFRONT SUBURBAN-Beaut'-

LAVATORIES Bath tab*, d chairs: .0 t.b. Economy Furniture I{ 14.8 829.95. Head boards tray; a perfect pet. Sacrificed at', cl in or near butLne. Call 2-76. tn 11.0. Bryan-Conway Real- kth.n br.I. nook. 2 bt I, home In this modern bungalow 4 years old. T .
snd cabinet ro for 332 W. i ane colors t.i and doubl. 816.10 I 875. Call 2-79 between 10.0 ajn 1231. IAP i i tor Fla. ... .., mo.r section for a very reasonable construction: tile roof: 2-car taraga.
de.U. Ik to ClrhRUPNoR ,t 829 95. and 12'OO screened porch.r. Landscaped price. It has large living room Large landscaped plot in a rrs- ,.
Flra 3 I bed- CLOSE IN Near Lake Lucerne .Dlnl.
terms; 36 ant* mate ,i Myrick's Furniture. Avalon Hoe Fnle. .dulu J J|i completely tot with fruit. Make with fireplace two nice .t bed- ed area. Geo. H. Kittredte. Rea-.jr,
furnished bunsalow. Stucco
mont
Llbby and Freeman. Church brand I 483 N. Orange I PUPPIES-Purebred dewormed Eskimo I rom. ceh. brms will trade. terms. Weir tiled bath 2-3176.
'I ; Buldc. in. 'I offer or Easy i I rooms full .I I
D.rrd.ca.r cmbl.Ua. Hampshir J I Tuesday evenings 'til 9:30. spites: Entlish shepherds. Rat Pr.n.nt O a.U eff- en b.t.: Ui b.th lr. living System. 628 E. Pine.4641. I and sai -
,LDMBEP. and eyprees: framine .S. l1 J. 11.Opa I terriers. Toy fox tr.r. males I clint apt .duL Bl 1' I 1 rom 53500.Exclusive i klth.n. b.z.extra) at.che
pboiM 3-1147 for.u ] i females S10.0O 8Slar.APARTMENTby. I with C. P. Shnmway. Ra GARDENS-Is your home ''I b.t. Autm.tl LANCASTER PARK-5 room I'* t
ormatlon lit IrvIn Bt. PRICED FOR immediate sale, sawmill 11.0. bu fe '1 CLNI floor tur.. bungalow with tile roof t'le b ,
o oPONoRP cmbi.UI I m.l. 110.0. Scotch ml. I f I April Igt4 1 adulU ton 140 N Orange: dial for you? Do you have a only McNutt-Heasley. Real- t
Lr 1. I wU AWae lK complete I 825.00. ;' 1 child. 865 mo. Ponce.de Leon 4-bedroom house? home U too 1126.. fireplace also central nesting, at
LUMBER-Wen dried loaf plat: ti Known for U.1 d.pD.Iit ; unit chow males. :;o.ole'I.: ; .820.0O; Lighthouse. Daytona Beach. Fla. II |,1 I COLONIALTOWN You can move small for o.n.r: .1 T.U or trade for t,. W.b.t S' Ph. fan. A lovely living porch that ana
IA tn 4U.btJ. Sl I I skldder. complete .IU 10-20 McCor-I Cocker . females right into this well fun.d 5 larger home. This one of the nicest beautiful Ukevlew. garage *< I,
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.lr.11 a.U.door and window .: dial mink Decries motr 83900. K J. 825 ol.. C.O D. approval. !I I APT.nished OR HOUSE- =:iefl:; rom frame home In homes in this section but I.I laundry. A quality home but In 1.
en. : or unfurnished o
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W ramei Qui d.lnQ. C.M RADIOS-The famous all : 1 Murphy DL.nd. F. Grays KenneL Owing*. S. C. j i I middleated G. L and wife; Srn.d front prcb. glassed p i 2 bedrooms. Let make a ". FRUTTLAND PARK-For sale by slId never before offered fog sale. Ui
portable c> prcb kltc.a. 1.95. both have you want. Frank owner; 3 bedroom la southaide. completely and unusually wtj f-T.;;
St.a U 12 priced at Wt'lS.rra.iU I I POINTER PUPS-Six extra lane and I I drea owa. or Box pets I- for i a I ou i I Ii Allen JohDn. aeltr. 14 o Crebs. : R.Ior..ha:1 Mct.1 BuUdn.. on hithwsy. 2*; bou. Nlcely I nished. Anyone desirini a home In a

broadcast or- I fine now ready for deUnQ. both ante: 812. "S.lltln. PC'es. phone 2-110. ___ furnished and freshly in- quiet and exclusive section sho.. i
pate
MTJat.\. crib MorthOranie undo Appliance Co. Inc 9.. M.Oracte. I II TO .SO* OFF liver and lemon .00 .hlt. By'"Mysto 'i HOUSE2 bedroom. Apr 1st. Per- COLLEGE PARK- 6-room frame furnished I> side. of which $ I fin see this at once. Unusual cir rum-
( .uU cD. Phone 4537. CCU Boy" from "Air i"i I ..De' residents. Box 105. I Iront. : electric tlt.b.. lpl.. COLONIALTOWN Paved St. neat 1.0.cDdd.r nice house t.u stances make this sale necessary.
[ Ave. J Pilot mother. All p retlster. Dli.HOUSEfurnished.. !i iI i and Duotherm clean: furnished complete to elec- .n.e trade. for sellint. Only 813.000. terms U wanted. Ask
MATTRESSES twin and lu else: I RUBBER STAMPS Better Stamps |!! Lart assortment table electrical Price of females for 10 days 835. E. medium size. floors. Corner crcII.U.I 135. 885OO. <, tnt washer and garden lOI Priced e being Look for ol&a' for E, Stewart with Harold 8hepb.t 1
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flrp.*, reduced : Quick Serrice. for every purpose. o W, Chase, Wiersdale Fla. I Middle aged couple permanently Is- Burch. Broker 12 S. W.ID n ht. 11.0. You ran ..k a del J. C. tr.o.r.d. Realty Co. 20 Washington St
Orlando Rubber Stamp H.nr
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stock. 810 PWar- IIPPU with Phone 5124 or 8443.LAKEFRONTAU .
l' { appliances. Including hot I II rated in business In Orlando. Prefer 1 Cl.yl.u.h W.ta
I plates. i
eiTs. Winter Park. 68. I Wor. W. Church at 8. Orante. TROPICAL FISH Antels. Catfish. I ; 2-10. I Bids. GROVE AND HOME-7 acres fun
house with lot larte enough for nicely
MASONITE. tempered U Fhilco and RCA .onl I Irons broilers, door I etc. Aquariums all sizes and all I and chickens. Will take CLNILTOWS-: :| >i tearing trove not hurt In recent I this for S1T.3O. 'I'It
press .o RIO radio-record beaters. chimes necessary supplies. Tropical Fun j jI (r I den ) ) COLONIALTOWN 2 blocks from cold coed home. S rooms bath; 10
a.u: 3/1IaU. Phone I I. with option to buy. .r.1 2 bedrooms. 2 block to and stores. 2 bedroom and i New masonry bungalow. 3 be
138 ahol
Hatchery Drive Winter M.
bun..l. In all. hard surface road
MEDICINE CAIUS metal: bU I, For l.d.t d.IY"Block.WUliard Colo-ft I and many other Items. !I Park.= R..o ,I I 2-116. week 4.n. I stores northern o.ne. must tarase with 2 .- .at attractive nice acres community on at S10.OOO. this is In avery I j I rooms. 2 tiled baths tiled floors ai 1

room and I I.lar. Vo.ue T..u.. I I HOUSE. 2 or 3 bedrooms partly dispose of property. S.I.I prc. for property in .o. Coed buy. Call Brock Steel with window sills. 2-car tarsi LartjI
k .I. .n" 11& TOY FOX TERRIERS .J. males. 8 : Sam lot Shown by appointment. Roll S
lebraska. l nished or ph. fur-I I Immediate tale. .92 tr. 110.0. 1-3 cash b.l.n.S610 moI Chenault and Jennings dial 7234; I.
RIoW.Uhou console made Associated Store. 143 M. Orange Ave. i 10 old: healthy: like children; Edwin Carey. Inflrlshe I Johnson Co 208 S klein I Re Realtors. 128 Ornl. 672 N Orange Ave. Hue with Robert R Tyre. RealUtr
MOTOR
8 Cushman; A-I I completely .. 2113 S. Rio Orande.WAITKD.Retistered Pak. 43W.I looking phone 4147. 13 W. Washington. 6174.
at LOCk ar.c :;, leaving I HOUSE OR APT- unfurnished CHEROKEE PARK-I you are |
serviced
eDdlU owner
me 6 8300. rb j home. here It GRAND AVE.-Nlc.l bunt bunsslow;
for '
Ptl.MOVI 8t.t. .at 8t.le Radio Shop. Dslmstlon studservice. permarent. references -. a 4bdom with fl place. CHEROKEE PARK-One of our best 2 bedrooms close to Orange Blossom LAKE DOT SECTIOK frame
) room
Is. Large '
I. phone i in 2-
Telephone 2-O898 rom and price.
lo t B.. SEWINO ICIBlue. electric; :I Sd.F.U. 8tr..I' 1124. OO. Easily 'Sp.kSII..I' to I hstm. 4u.bt) bed Trail immediate _aalOL13SOO. j cottage; nice location. A good Iii -

r.d. '.d.entlr. cl. i model wort.upholstery : FRJ"HE unumlhee house. or I 11.0 Whitney fln.oee Spl..1 .. .to" and tile I10k.; floors.3 nice Laneeliving. Sam Johnson Co.. 208 6. Mala. S59QO. easy terms. Kiliam w.i

Oriole: C..e. Shop; 101 ) I etc. Box 179 S-Star. 5" 0.0. 00 3' down spouting .___Poultry and Supplies .pt prm.nent r..ld.nu. Fer Rt.ltr. 706 Mettslt Bldt.. 2-3269. dinins. and breakfast rom. HIGHLAND LAKE SECTIONBeautiful Howard; 306 M. Main; 7325.

e 211.OOR I SEWING MACHINES Factory re, plain nails .t.ple CHICKS Tuxedo paa I CLOSE IN-Furnished house; .Ietrl Italian tile floors. Kitchen corner modern buntslow. Moat ', LAKEFRONT- This lovely borne mu.t
[ BIKE-Whlzxer. 19.W..t I tuaranteed like new; barbed wire all kind of woven BABY. S. approved- Pe ltr. BY MARCH 15. 1 or 2-room bouse. I' : new modern bath; airy. Gas or electric for cooking 2- artistic arraneements we have seen be seen to be appreciated. Cipletely <

.rbed Llttl Vill i. Pk.I. .b :;. console. A WIggins; Irr!;1 W "Ffletcr's Hardware Co. Min1 Doe W. Church phone 2-2821, tt furnished or bus unfurnished Box 162 la 4ul..' .lth.n .. Three lots. 87OOO. i car garage: barbecue pit life time lately. Price 812.5OO and worth more. furnished (electric kllche-
Blossom near |
T.I BEDS Larte O. 731 10.Uon. Owner. 1616 Park Lake Aw.. phone I rl. A .omtor.ble for 111- See this. Geo. H. Kittredse Realtor. NIcely landscaped lot; private do. -
MOTOR BI condition; new II and up. Orlando S h.p. Evlnrude; Mo- I I'I BABY CICK. U. 8 Pullorium tested WORKING COUPLE-Desire furnished I 24229. 500. C. Em.rlk. Realtor. 1Orante 2-3176 i .- cre bearing trove. 89500. ter'
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Urea. at 1474 Oenatreet. 161.1.. and 615 W. Chuh.Fultu j' ICRl4 Nab bed: 2-1531 .tok. Immel.t or future delivery. .p.nm.nt close in or near : dial 7348. i Courtney Realty. 392 M. Orange; c...
frame bunt
1L trol t.bl rd. HYER ST. S.-3 bedroom
suppliesOrlando
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Winter Prk. SCREEN DOORS 2-x6"x6'x8": 2Y"1 I I'I p.m X-Cel Store.PotQ I':i': bus. In.. Phone 4161. ext.or pt. P.r CLOSE IN-6-nnlt Apartment prop CLOSE IN-Few blob east of town. '1 salow. furnished. Price 87.500.j j 2-2471.

WET DISPLAY CASES !atlr I) 68': 3' 55'$": factory on LOGAN air and hydraulic cylinders : CHICKS 1 I I 2-bedroom bun..lo. Built j i Frank ere_ Realtor. SOT MetcalfI lAKE VIEW-Home, trove and ia.-
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Fixture Corpj 4S Cata I hand for Immediate d.U.. and valves air chucks BDTTD Reds. erty must b sold to settle Et.t. 1946. Price 875OO. cash. I I Building phone 2-1710. I den land. 9 acres rich land. *

leneral Coollnf and.Reatlni C. Scott. Inc. 100 W. Amelia; 2-2S:: :._ I J. A. 165 8pn.cl.n5P.P I Rk.. Lehor Unsexed 85.95 I!I I PERMANENT BUIS couple: desire I balance monthly. T.n.. 13 ..nhH.rm.n HILLCREST AVE 2-bedroom frame !, cleared warm spot. Good 6-rr l
Potn (4 95
5t 10O. .
MOOR BIKE, Perfect _ndlU STUDIO DIVAN-Simmons. Excellent Minorca broilers IIe 100.per Leghorn Im.dl. or need of paint and some r.pl G.1 Inc.. Broker. 677 1 I' bungalow some furniture 1 .3OO house 300 ft. from lake front, i c
tire I pr house : t.rnc. no .1U : ly painted. 4 acres in trove c >
SIS Laurel -t .
Chair rash and 87OO mortgage.Price
condition 850 00 Baby Rich 'i I NEW Citrus Cockerels Or.ol assume
.o 8t. 0 ; tandem sixert 81-95 100. ShipC.O.D. .
call 7136 or furnished. mile city limits town lI
I : dren no pets; but a tood buy at good neat
11.0. Frank Realtor.
S12.WOTR $ Phone 3180. ;i and trader. Older type single sixer. London Poultry Box 86.000. ere
0. : 1644. I i ii I COLLEGE PARK-The best buy of I laado on concrete road: fie.i .
SCOOTER Mod*! 34. Cush- Small washer bagging machine i Trenton 7. N. J. 507 Mflolt Building phone 2-1710.
Can .
SAW-Delta. end 10' tIltIng til. I couple Immediate possession of owner'sspartment. th year. B.uWuU furnished 3 i I Reduced to bargain price. S
RESPONSIBLE
.two-pced; heavy duty tire: seen at Oakmont. steel pecking stands etrl field BABY CHICKS-N. H. Reds. BarredRocks. pr.n.n' apt- ; bedroom X 15O ft. HOSPITAL SECTION-2-bedroom unfurnished I 85.500 cash balance good :
113 I I 1 bUD..l.
with two
A-I "adltl. K Panto TriterPick. boxes. Lot of Diphenyl paper | ; I ra d..I. I KlttinserI I; frame bungalow. ass i Jim M. r ,
SINKS aU types flat rims Mexican hand-made baskets. 2OO. i Jersey Glsnts Wysndottes. house. Phone 8854. .Q F. Bra RealtySo. I l.ndS. 12.! t.r floor furnace. Business Is going out I Caldwell with Ashrr
a 41.WTRa111. double a"1 II Oltoe Whit Rocks. R. I. Red* R.ltJ. 2-74. Realtor cor. Central and Mate: 5-
c..rmen Bushel baskets. 490 N. Broadway. Kuhl Ave and values win Increase.Price .
Barley-David {i 85.95 | 0786
cabinet sinks L.hof pr 10. for Sale 19 1. CentrsLCONCORD I COLLEGE PARK-Block
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Phone 439. 51. Houses I 88.500. Crebs.
dr1Drd. "ontitoa. Frank Realtor.
o.er1..l. Fla ed
B.ro"
cOlpltlJ or terms.Libby 85 Aun-I furnished '
Mi 1 o. t. C.a I and 1t.n Ire. pr 10. Nicely 507 Meu-alf Buildlm. phone 2-171O. LAKE FRONT-Modern bunga.aw enI
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Po. 111. 11. ft 1 Church8EWDJO 34. Articles Wanted ).ar.d $ AMELIA AVE. M.-Well built mason AVEr.. Clone In. 2-bed- low. 5 large rooms sleeping porch. HOLDEN I beautiful lake la city. Using mom
., W BOXES-Collins visible & MACHINE. 5-treadle: one 2- I!II.t. 812. Hatcheries Outlet. ry. 2 bedroom bungalow oak floors room bunsalow. furnished: on largelot j sun rom: insulated: oak floors tile AVE. Mice 2-bedroom with fireplace: tile bath and khenitile ;:
boxes 81.95. Knox Store '2 8. 8th St.. Phlla. 48. Pa. in beautiful kitchen: V blinds; frame cottase; large shady lot. 2rarearsn porch central heat attached
wheel lurtate trailer: Lake tile bath oil heat and waterheater. : 82750 down. per month. Immediate ] : : trige *-
I I I K. Pin. Phono 2-311. Arademy. Rt. 2. Meltlafld.SIEDSPerrys Fr'. ANVIL-Tools: pll ftUu.: -vices*.; O.D.. 100 ; I Bee this price .ut 11.1S. _alon.5 Exclusive with !l S closets. Owner 1..ln. 11.00. ). e. Some furnlshints. Price (14.750. Exclusive with C P.
r.dlo c..h mol broiler chirks. 82.95. Finest Slayton. Realtor. 32 E. Fine 6651. terms. Htnton. Realtor. $ Sammie Francisco. Realtor Ehnmway. Realtor 140 M. Oraate
I rUT CRACKERS-Handscrewtype.SOe. garden and flower n'.. E. Ph. 9368. I Rex McGIU a..lor.128 N. i I ; I 7132. room 4. Central Art de: 7407. |
I Knox atom Co.. 25 K Pin. seeds fresh stock iSo packacea.Knox 7 Chr.b. assorted S3 95. i ft H. Chicks Farm- I I Phone 4147. CUB Lake. I I CLOSE I-Trpi. 3 real homes. I, dial 2-3262.
ADDING calculators and LKo t Ba I HARWOOD
Intdale. N. J AVENUE-Modern 3 bed- .
Phone .
2311.NA1 Stores Co '25 E. Fine. Phone WCINE. ST. 1910. 3bdro -you eountQ i each central heat; l LANCASTER PARK. I have 4 beat.
I and 10 common. (10 2-3163 Check' .0, pr.. CIC8N.. Hampshire Reds. AMHERT 2 lot on a lake you will like thi I electric or tas klt.n completely room ,frme bungalow excellentcondition. fully furnished borne In th > !*.

t. P.Tabl 6399 to and Western la Main .IU.. One 1 I Bumby H.rdwlr. 102 i I ahol.bu..I. b.t. pletely furbhe .2-bedroom fr.mebun..lo. furlsbe good : well rent Unequalled bit lot. 20 value bearing at 89000.Slriplint citrustrees. ; stricted park. Immediate posse9

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day.MAILS. SADDU8J.Ua W. Church. 2 P.n Cribs.Realtor. wants offer. Hinton. R.1 Call 2-OM2 for appointment to t.-jw.
Bumby BLVD.-W.U furnished: Pie with M. ..
B.rd..r. MACHINE W AVALON .0.. Moss 13th. Broker -
phone 632.CLOE I Jj* t.GhaI Estate.
NAILS-Wit. end cot n.l iii sizes 102 W. Church St. ADIO used. ANm.nliz. HNSN'S SUPER CHICKS-Quality bedrooms dining room oak for 2-1710. M.tl BDcn. 132 So. Mala. Phone 6977 orI _

BumbJ Nirduir.. Church SHEET ROCK-Several thousand feet. Curry r.&D.II. pre. ca that live and trow. AU ,I C israee. utility room. 2 lots II. PARK-Owner \r."r.rre.' 2-2070. LANCASTER SFCTIOW-Very n ,-
S' 274.ANTQUE Bloodtnted Leghorn broilers term Kilianwith COLONIALTOWN. Near-Brand new home for ..I ha IVANHOE ern. attractive 2-bedroom btf--
I Also rock. lathe limited u&nUhy.Phone JEWELRY diamonds, old $1.50 per Jumb '. heavy ,I brQ.. 185.. : 7325. masonry constructed bune.I. 2 lane bedroom tile b.th nice sized LAKE-(just north Won1D. low. Beawtllully furnished. S -
In popular a 612 $315.STAMP : pay highest prices. Expert broilers (,10.choice N. .upr. B.I I' 30 I I nicely and completely l fur.lhe living room wish .. full sired i no delay. New masonry bun.. china and cooking utensils. Purr
I .
kec. Also 3x6 New
con- low.
2 i Rc 2 lane bedrooms view to lake
ft fro. PAD INK. *U appraisaL Herman's Loan. UGTON"VE.-910 lane kitchen utility
127 17th dol1 color. 0. an Rocks or Red-Rock 2 brdroomi screened porches; tiled : dining room I -The price ls only 89OOO Jsn V c <
lt. Pon 132. I bottle. Check I I I ) : tiled floors churches 2 oak attic from spacious living room with fireplace i .
4c. 85.25 per 10O. Special assorted S3 ; near room. Pnb. flr. er--Cathryne Roulstone, Res. ;
NAPKINS.-Table. Beat Stuart. 13 Main St.. phone 8158. h.rd.o floors: electric kt.b.n: I I Orlando bus lines.tor.Price Font. fruit S65OO cash balance -.'. !
1 co. AXES furniture of all k1 ..m 1 I 100. Straltht-run. Reds. Rocks .U. r.du.e I fan. .a.e. ..ra tr nie O. C. Stewart. Realtor O'Neal 2-2532.
trade Daniask. 81. I. some- SINKS-.-24x16 ih. b.utul por machines anything 01 I.. t :Crosses 86.25 per 100. Live deliv tian.Iumlnu.;e..m.n' .Ido.. Close.oe to 88.5OO. '. cub b.I.n trm.. I) I.n.up 7.n. Tl ) t ud. 9788. Ar- I LAKE FRONT About 7 mIles c .
slightly 2501 W. blld. p.rl t This is a real act I you __
Elizabeth 1. 1 3. c.l1 Bub Had. selL Sewell-Thurmond lrtu. -. I tuaranteed. C.OD. H.nD'. Su bus.. Owner must ,e.l.nt .d IVANHOE paved road. Bus. approximately 2
8t Cureb 7 W. Pine St. Dial pr Chicks. P. O. Box 573. Trenton .immediately. Make offer.AZIGEBILTlnrxlenslve. Willis with J. P. M.tta. Brok.r. 145N. agree bargain a 810.0OO. tooo Masonry bunsalow. mod- acres fruit flowers shade i tbearh.
J. t Main; 5809. Ask for St..n willHarold I era. lifetime construction. 2 '- .
SAWS docklnt. coplnt. BOILER-60 h.p. Return tubular i iI I and I t.nl 20 rooms S room frame Large sc-* i
shoulder-high
JAJI1. HmIOI lO per IbT t e .rU.and 2..a "& preferred. Cheap for burning .. POULTRY WANTED b.n fmr1, income. 8 room house at oT:4 W. CLNIATWN. SCION New Sh.lh.rd.. R.I 5124. 1., floors. Venetian blinds lie oil bath beau and mk ', porch overlnoMaf lake Very reasr it-
White they ., .
pl 1- Wyekoff Hdw 2524 P. F. Dlckson. phone 9158. We up fllh.d. Pu.b i able. Can 2-1893 Johnston Bean.
turt.s half block to I furnished
lu 23rd
list. Buy all yon I pl.1. ) 8t.: on* bo n..r Ins and COLLEGE PARK-Do you want a 3- at 810.000. CaU T K. Hs tInzs. I .
D. Broker.LAKE 6 W. Church St.i
Poultrymans
.t Pfl. Bap sealer lot wlin. compl.te .
SEALER A ly ; or "
ply' Co* 211 Butt b.b 4u.lt C.I C.pm.a. flth.d 1.00 filsh.d electric : Gas bedroom This is of prewar Realtor. Rm. 6. Central Arcade
.
463 6636. Or. bome
724. both RAGS Clean. Satisfactory O.. ; sell term U .le 4237.
D. .11 Installed. Automatic and
gallons Knox Stores Co* 2&1 CON paid. See the Shop i CHICKS weeks old. lie needed. C. U. Taylor. Broker. 2516N. I .te h..t block arlt mo.r shopping !I IVASHOt SECTION Frame
NEPTUNE MOTORS. IV. I Pnm. STATE er: large lot. nice share: one blok within 1 lne 'I KISSIMMEE Attractive nicely furnished -
T 3Yi and OtA la stock: sold Pne. Phone 2311.SIOUJW. Pressroom. SentinelStar.DIAMONDS I ech per hundred. Die Or.n.e. 5644 or 2211.A from bus: 84500. Owner center. I have I at a price '{ ; 6 rooms bath: 3 bedrooms;
B-P. Lorkhsrt. OCUpl.d residence of 4 bedrooms 3 bsths
easy *. Wyckoff d.l.n. alu I P.rs. : BLVD.. 6OO-New. Immediate 1123 Morris St.; Just off E. considerably under the present make I 4 lots. Oarage chicken run; 50 I

.... 2524 Kuhl. ) black. I.S lol old too young for possession. This open forInsoectlon. I including kitchen euip chickens; fruit. 86OOO. Owner 1519
Stores 25 .t.. .el. TKESTtnd.r. CITRUS AVE.. 547-S rol; me.1rot 10.t.. I etc. Built by owner In 1940. Oak
OUTBOARD Co. E Pine. : sold. Highest M.MSesal. i : weigh 8 to 1 I : 2 blocks stores J..rD and Carter. a.I"' M bette. Klssimmee: phone 5435.I .
MOTOR-3It 10. I Jeweler. W. Church.DiAMONDApproxImately Its. Few lane sizes. C. D. Wilder .bol '70 E. CentraL Phone T. )
power. Piruitoni. STEEL WOOL-In pad form. 000 to 3 1. ADAIR PARK-520 Greedy St. Open or ladeD; 84350. A Botr I RALLY SCHOOL SECTION-B Bunts- floor Tile drataboards. OO Beat
and 1'.1. Pto number 3; also lO household pack- 1 carat I. Turkey P.ns: phone 6913. for Inspection. Best buy in Orlando. er. 2-O974. I C.r.r. 9516. I low. 2 bedroom Urge kitchen;

O.n.STOVE 1. ale i P.c Co. 25 E. must good quality; white stone. TURKEYS-Now t.klnl orders for 6-room frame bungalow; h.rd.o I CONWAY room frame COLONIAL SECTION 2-bedroom I newly decorated inside and out. Fur Shady corner lot. Prtc et S14.SCO.
OI F.n. 3 lurar Pine. 2-3163. description and price. Box des and poults. D. Wilder Jr floors screened front SECON. frame bungalow; l.r.living room nished. 8695O with liberal terms. W!

1010 '.na. lS. b a STEP SLA m.t.1 choice otclon 155.I-Sta. I I Turkey Farms dIal 6913. I' pletely. ful.he.. Including Chef G.E. re I lun..lo.. includIng electric completely refrigerator nice kitchen b.t. .rom. on rear ters-Pryde. Realtors. 668 N. Or.a.. Below replacement cost. See Geo f

WANTED POULTRY and to gas range and .. Bit lot. 1940 for .1.rm.ot. nl.e lot com phone 2-4596. ___
Any gag
1er 8tr BRIO YOU etts
FNE qu. radio washing machin .t. .
OMAN PWE OEETR 3.000 .. : Pine. Phone you get ready to sell &P.r. Egg and Poultry Msrfcet. I vacuum I value at 84250.. .. Wheeler )furlh.d. 2..1 tarage KALEY SCHOOL SECTION Newbuntalow Bras Realty Co. 19 E. Central Fn.
tltJ. cleaner dishes 6 fruit .ll .
: palmand I
watt .lh 10r. tsao- STEAM Make Kernel 2-93L Coa'. FurnitureStore. .. 128 N. Garland. 4117. I oak shade 1-car ; I i M. ". Moss 1th. Broker. 132 83000 Haf Heath. Brole. l I ; 2 bedrooms. Urge living
line entine; 25 630095e CLE ; e. By 8.M.ln. Colonialtown opposite .
onl t. 1015 W. : Phone 2-2070. Tb..tr. : nicelyarranged kitchen
condition or room ; porches. 2-3155.
workint Cbufh.PR1 I SEND POSTCARD today for free Information I
A. T. ft C.. Fla. fr owner. IU.8. Quick ; 8J53.i .
I
.I. .
: private or small tarate. used stoves; ice bona about Blue Ribbon day. Down et CHEROKE PARK-Modern tile bun- i 2-car .ar. near bus. school
rpl.ce with a h..le Call old and started chirks. Blue Ribbon p.m.o 14.80 bedrooms and 2 i DELANEY ST.-Here is a 2-bedroom and stores immediate possession.
OARS-With ; ph. 2-3911. unit. Co B.ln. bfore )01 I I ALTAMONTE SPRINGS Paved .10. b.th horn completely Excellent -, 87150. terms. Bam Johnson Co, 208
215 Forsyth overtook lake. Quick I furnl.he.
Jb. Cbno' W. ) top Pr. S..U- H.tb.n. Stret S. W. street. Modern P..lon LAKE FRONT-S miles out Cem*<-
neighborhood. easily S. Main. .
C.nt.1 A.e.TAAULS. Ga. L. lt 2brom 819.500. Jones with M. .
Thurmond block buntalow furnKhed 8 '
Pntu Co. le Dpt 1. At.at. A dandy I Wo 13t I financed. : Whitney I : loom
Speak to Spiegel
OUTBOARD WOR"I Evln- roof _U. and St. Dial cot. In this active Broker 132 So. W.I 6171 LOCKRART-3-bedroom house on 4 bedrooms. 2 baths floor fume e
Co. '
Spiced Realty
rude; R4 Store. .ht br OLD GOLD-We pay hIghest prices 45. Apartments for.Rent suburb. Some furniture including 2-2070. Metcalf Bldt. 23269.DVBSDREDJ R.ltr 0 three lot*. Approximately 25 bear- acre of land. 2 car tarage. 820 o:"
417 W. CentraL 2-O879. ec. Wyckoff .. Ku for old ..tbe I electric kitchen. Stop at our COLONIALTOWN bedroom frame I' Ins citrus tree On bus line: close to sigh some terms. Hell B.h;

OFFICE CHAIRS-Metal .ffl TRACTOR PLOWS-la stock immediate broken dlnc .od.lnac Altamonte 18.0. and talk I bungalow; oak floors: completely bedroom frame bun- school and stores. Price 8725O. Jane Agency Realtor 112 M. Orante i.i.

with print cushion ..u ca.j delivery Revolutionary Gra- Berkman ft Son. 139 N. APARTMENT-136 8. Garland. with .Sprl.. Exclusive with furnished close to bu.ln. center i ,, hardwood floors. 2 immediate screenedporches Bros.. Broker. 235 N. Main; dial 7559.

.Dh" Matched hHo.Flow.crack bard OFFICE MACHINES.-.W* are Hu.kelN..1 Realtors; 118 E Rob- immediate _aln 112.0. A 1940 value at LAKE IVANHOE SECTION -Attractive LAKE VIEW 3 story 3 bedroom .
chair with arms 3.I Terms. Jon s J. P.slon. 1780. cottage built Just before high lonlal home ,
c. .nd.r..U Thousands I la need of typewriters .b machines EFFICIENCY APARTMENT Lake .lh Wo 1U. M. ". Moss 13th. ; IVi baths (; aO
chair without arm. stenotrapher's .by frmr. Retard I cash r.tt.r. prices. privileges: bus line; apply 3100 BEVERLY SHORES-New tre bed Broker. 132 M.I 197 0 132 So. Msln. phone 6977 or 2-2070. prices. Immediate _151011. Six Venetian blinds well landscapes, t
chlr. Orlando Office Supply Co.. 29 erloa soil holds .tr. crop paid. Main. 8850. 1 Drive. room concrete block with 22070.CNCR rooms. fll.OOO. Wen located for a condition throuthout: lake frr-u r
E. Pine: dial 5114. 'Alex and Blake.-. yl.1. "lea V.Q 20 Ed.'e :I Plastered walls and asphalt tile I DUBSDREAD SECTION 7-roora doctor. D. P. SI... Broker. Can 4431. lieges, will accent reasonab.e L..
m. WIG GENERATOR AC D GT. West of Orlando: 2-room floors: attic fan and BHol DITC- house partly furnished: lot 125x ). rail 2-144O to contact owner
Sports IDudlU LAKE VIEW-City limits. Just out
CU..t baby welcome ) tulh.d
OOTARd 11 electric motors : ear lul.t .It ld
rom
150.
(7.350. J.
terms. R.
lea ing. Ou.r.at .n..I dial 116. ask for 1919-M-l.a.Q I tat circulatIng .. frame good easy P.rtl.i Beautiful 3-bedroom. nicely furnlsh- LAKE SUSANNAH 'N'ii'5
Do ILPo T days satisfactiontuaranteed water pumps shop euPm.Dt. 1- 'I' utltJ room; .I.tn. water ..It I room dining room and kitchen U.l. with p.r Real Estate. 36 E I.; 1 ed. bunsalow. overlooklat lake. Electric -I home: unfurnished: la tip i'rdition. <
fun er*. Swap Shop. 120 Pa. PARK-S-rooms and bath. ... Ice bath: plastered walls I .
OIL HNATER-Clreuistlns. C.a 'nfu to WIT included at 815.OOO. : Venetian n' I 2.1641. kitchen. Large plot well Undscsped. I Porte cochere. Well l ,
.com it Dolphin b any tractor. Come wire .1' WE BU used furniture. Can us 1, IrDhe. Tel.ph Winter Park Immediate P.Oa H.rl. G. circulating oil heater: .t..h.d DUBSDREAD CILF.m. bun iaot..y Garage with laundry deep. Income from water clot' !I. .1
105 8trt write. Green Harvester .Columbia. .niI. Orlando Furniture f 7-W. 8Ind.) I Frerc&118 Or.Dc. ate; close to Khol .tor.. line; talow. rom Ir.pl.ce). dinIng I and will like this at lot Can move right in. Pruc 88 i
1.ln.
PAI-Wbl ontaide and Interior 0.. c.. Ph. 2-70331. No. 2 Str.615 W. Church phone WINTER PARK-920 8. Orlando Ave.; .r.t to live ." 18.I very lovely: & grounds (11.500. .- room. .klth.a. breakfast I I (10.500 with liberal terms. Lets to Cash 83.000. C. R. Emerick. Rea.

> Phone. 2-O91S.Hdw. 2206 Edtewaterr. I IPINoR..nt TRACTOR 1 used urd.1 with 2-88. lurte apt.: l-ro. b.t I I BUMBY SECTION-Brand neV a- Hsrlow Fredrick, 118 M. room screened "' 2- 1 look I' o.er. Cell 2-1883. F.aD.I1.Brot.r. 610 N. Orange: dial 734$.
and Orange.DIal 8188. In- I W. Church lit.
Kitchen equipment
tools. Hewett's. C.a. Hleb..J at WE PAY highest cash prices for old .. ro house; will take late model car garage LAKE DAVIS Bunsalow beit T I ,;
)reDdlto.6150. ] ..m.J Rt. 4. 2-820. diamonds and diamond J..1 in FEB. 16TH TO MAY 16TH 8250. I .. a part payment; phone 7289. Itstreat to live In Orlando" eluded. 895OO. O. C. Stewart. Rfsl- LAKE ADAIR SECTION-Three-bed- masonry and on corner. 4 be"-

181 Aw. Witr Pal I TYPEWRITER L. C. Smith 860: .n) conditon. City newly furnished two ro.prI.t BEVERLY SHORES Waiting to tor. O'Neal Arcade. 9786. rooms prewar. Custom but i
612-W. Orange at Church. bath: couple. Phone COLONIALTOWN New cement I house. Frsme. Mew original ,
) Corona portable 865. Bh In A-I J..1 build Better see this unusual of- -Roomy 3-bedroom DUPLEX Suth..t room constmc- owner. An unusual r.
PAN on Bale at reasonable prices. I cndltloa sell .Ithe. 9'3O I ferint. A masonry bungalow in per buU.lo. In developed neighbor I block 3rol each partly furnished. 820.000 C i iEmerick.

CoDI.t. stock (tuc) out.ld I MoD Rosen. Apt. 4 414 35. Fuel Oil and Wood 46. Houses for Rent feet lakeview .tUn. just completed Large flying porch. 2-car sar- I side. Good ..I.hbrho 11.I lion Paved street. Lawn shrubbery. Realtor. 610 M. Orange; i .
whlta and ie fu Arnold 8. Kola Dr... by contractor owner. 2 bedrooms. 2 age; fruit tree This home Is close I Terms. Mr. 7348

Paint Store. 407 23'8. ano.24 ft. FUEL OIL Can now for pro.pt.n. SUBURBAN Furnished 2-bedroom baths one Opening on dressing alcove i I to schools and complete shopping I Goodwin Inc.. Broker. 677 N. Or.nl: I Immediate occupancy. Priced rlsbt. LANCASTER PARK-.Best furr.;J--'

PAINT BRUSH mood TRCRKC I ft.. aide Pe Kerosene and fuel oils home. Ellt. r.lrl.e.tr. city with built-in vanity and up-to- |, center. Price 812.650 00. Call C. N. i l dial 9855. modern bungalow la Orlana.-- .
paint transmission. and differential 8021. McGraws 880 Good ceiling and Large I l Weems with Martie WWI.m. Resl BEACH-Near We See Mr. Moffst-. P. Swope Realtor. has everythIng you want. Bcsu'.f ,
; .0.lle. pb dr
II.b 4uat) .u. brU t.I' .tr. pr 101th. H.r.a .er cUlbo.rd. DAYONA onl i ;
Store a OU I paneled .. tor. 2 Washington Phone 8106. offer for 2- spacious '
.r1b bre new. Excellent tires cano P.1 .1. 17 Orange: dial Foyer ..I E i I pl..d to I ; can expand. If* frame :
,. Co.. 25 Pn.. 2-3163. license. 82500. will take lur.n..ad lo. FUEL OIL of quality .uaat 9855. Sunken living room ..00 picture bL modern bungalow built 60 East Pine. Phone 5812. rest Ill tell you personally. V..

: FAINT. outside white best trade hsuze trailer l trade: pb economy and furis.mor WINTER PARK-1800 Walker Ave. dow fireplace; French doors to large I COLLEGE PARK-Modern frame 2- ,I just 5 yeara .20 of prewar materials LAKEFRONT SUBURBAN Located | there I* th* price (16.5OO. but < -

paste; enamel flats and semi-slots Park 380-WX. for your home ph. 5118.Orlsndo i, Could for small downpayment screened porch at rear. Full dining bedroom bungalow in top condi It I hollow tile with tile roof tile on one of the most beautiful sand I talks for Itself. C. R Emerirc. tI

-Mills liebreake.PUILP5. tstelet; like new. I.' OH Co.. ._ :,! b pur.ha like rent. P.O. I room. Perfect modern kitchen. Commodious tion. Attractive 75' lot. Furniihlntsare and is excellently farDbe anii bottom lake near Orlando. Excellent I tor 610 M. Orange, dial 7J48I
TABUW.hO.a Box 332. Maitland.I closets and complete and i equipped. Close in and d. to swimming and fishing Scout private I LAKE MAITLAND ,
deep and 332 FUEL OILS-Complete line for home e"lbo.cdo ieldln. dih. 4 brarer .
.ltr. c. b. .MuD AY I throughout. kltcheo the this home everything 1 dock. Surrounded
a. Bedroom ware. ocean by nice homes.
fur- baths
wcii. and industrial "We Central I, 1.0 0 frsme colonist on v ;O-f-
1.. t. Sn. WI PAbOUM not fur- kitchen equipment Included price. nished. Call L. A. Msr- I you would need to make for romfortable Chenault ft Jennints. Inc.. 672 N. Or- lakefront; fruit shade
Co. f and sh.-jn- -
and kC' UtU as 1 As per mOt Nilmen TIRE AND T&"O a 18.' ply.new nond.Ble. FI 01 I nlhe. ) 10 days. S21.5OO. Immediate delivery. W.lt.ra I Itel Williams. Resltor. 21 W..tb Washington !I living In Summer and WIn I snie. Phone 7234. boat and dock. A beautIful estate';

Winter Dn. 1 PP 8up. rtr.d arl.n. tp. ApLNe. WI.tr 20. .0.11. Phoe. r P.tk 772-W Sundayonly. Pryde..R.ltr.668 M. OrD". phone Str .t. Phone 810S.COLNTOWNA.b.to. ter. Price 819.500. furlh.d. B.cb LUCERNE SECTION-5lO.5pb'j5 (37.500. M. J. Moss. 13th. S- .
.R. 4. 9:30. yours I hsve I 2.4596.COUNTRY Realty Service. &
a. 44 D. Af"r .hi. I 132 So. Main. Phone
Orb Tlata. WOI R.tr. I I are tood. Ber.s a dandy buy. Income 6977 er 2-.
1400 ,
deliver St.. Daytona 863-M
o1. TYPEWRITER Royal portable like ; C.rr'. 2 den; except B..ch I rental. I
2 7
RM. story 2
fur.he CLUB shingle room. baths LANCASTER
POWER Locan for PARK-2-storT 4furnished.
TOOLS. metal lathes *7S. Weatherhead. Little Bumby. can 6947. I for Jul per SCN-W.U -
new. tile
1.. 1U.110 I constructed in- I roof hardwood floors redecorated room. Medlterreistyle
a a.pr DW.I' electric. Thor Vlllate Trailer Park. 8. Orange Blossom I I Huct.I-'N..1 118 low 5 rooms .pre..r. Partly furnished I .lunl.lo.furnishings. .Ur.U.e.. bed l DELANEY ST -Lake view. This Mod- ,I In and out. 2 ear carace. readyto residence garage apar'ir. <

Wa. bl Sanders. Trail. 37. Fertilizers and SoD E. including kitchen equipment. rom and screened porch. Laundry i I ecu 6-room English style bungalow move Into call. Mr. Busch or Sam 825.500. Quick possession M J w

cnll Pease. dnn.. 3753. Mount TYPEWRITER-New Remineton Ro UNFURNISHED rom house out- i Imm.dl.te occupancy. Ezchuslve .It I tubs; tool room. Property m..nh.nce of cypress construction has considerable I Hutchins Broker. at 7811. or come 13th. Broker. 132 South Msai P_.
it Dr. office d..lr COLD SMOKE For bt r.ult side toilet water. Walter W. Rose In.. Co. 41 N. in future vslue ss a but appeaL Contains 2 lange bed :, to 206 8. Main._ I own or 3-2O7O
P1ERU. cran thickness. 12" ant.na Phone moe everythlnt in the Carmichael. 2 blocks N. of Signal Ave. Or.Ia W.nor office N.Orange ness location. Price 110. 0 00 rooms with den .thid immenseliving I I LAKE FRONT Prc-w.r
115. 'S2 3351
e. JU I'-'ie
motor. Caa Smoke Soil Corrector. SOS Brook- Call Paul with room fan modern ch
I Hill sate No. 13. Ave. .
at 821 Arlington Avenue. b. TRAPS-Several slses. animal t. haven Dr.. phone &31. nlsh.d Williams. Realtor.Hardl.D 21 W. kitchen. 2 brick-floored porches LAKE FRONT rooms bath and Ouncalow. Spauah tile roof Ab; -
324 and up. Knox store Convenient M.rl. tile bath oak floors I lately a picture, and built as >' <
PLATFORM. ROCKERS Maple, regular. E. Pin*. Phone 23163. COQUINA ROCK for driveways ..ndro.d I, 47. Rooms for RentI CLNILTO.tru. .c1ol and bus. Just 1 Wo.hln.ta Phone 8106. landscaped lot 1-car with plenty.a.c.II. I screened porch; furnished. Including would have built it Many redeerr -
lilt .
clearance S38.M. Or. .1
4..M I .1 dtl.Db.e to > feature as fall tIle bath
slightly 6 AUre anlurnished lte< l's
lao rltV c. and 613 W. TE carpet U 6al6 2 1'3. :I AMELIA AYE.. 310 E.-Pleasant room: tics 3-bedroom O'UPJ.. ti or 1.1. .prce. 11.0: good electric rants and frtgldslre bath maids toilet. Approxirr-a

pair.. .. 1333 W. Princeton Av COW FERTILIZER Feat ): Innertpnnss: business women pre-- bath oak for and attached ..r. cAL AV. E.- PUQuTaD beautifully mOIt .molnt Also top soil: fill dirt ferred. Close In.ANDERON 813.500. .. with Allen John- I B..utl.U 2-bedroom 4641. K corner lot 11I..1J'Icont. landscaped; variety classed sun porch wvertooklnt fc-a>.

e I. ; cheap. TCILET SA Firestone Rae A. Bray. P. O. Box 102. ST., 516-Nice room; sen. Realtor 140 N. Oranse; 8612 .. plenty of fruit. Lot 100x150. lal large lake. Just one look w;.. <
b EAST SID
at 419 Shin. ph. SS26. toilet for 2Sc. I ca phone County(116) .. ladies "Specializing In Homes. Price 89SOO. W. L. Linton. Broker. -4 rooms block: unfinished citrus sand beach dock and boat- I vine you that "it cannot be
Firestone. Orante and Lkh.n F. .0 or ; near b.U I but livsble. Uj acres I.Dd.I .
PLAY I 33R-1. 1 bus by phone. want to live 423 3. Or.ol. Phone 2-40. "Lilt 100 yds. south placed today for the price C-
Cheney
ORU EQUIK. .tad : H
: all Bumby I ccEIu' I With Hleh. house on Lake Butler. Price 813,500. 2-1883. Fenaefl. Broker. 6 .
lcd Mot TpHI .r. POULTRY JA. 815 a ton; at : CASSELBERRY Azalea Lodge. ahould Invest- Untoa I mile east Cannon Fred W. CnaLOCKHART :

priate gUt lo trowint Oadisplay. 102 St. the Pla 1t F.r phone American Plan Hotel: riding horses i olHl. oaI I Carron. Rt. 4. KIU. R.d 1 .
I A. T. Davis owner Windermere.LAKE
Southern Metal type on rubber 5927. West Smith Street. The ClOSE IN-Comfortable 2-bedroom
i
TCRro. fishing Wintera .
r.brt.P hunting ELIZABETH ST 1811
Castle F.Ph. a-2. Choice i Park. 9174-W. 1 ..a1 I to move from the city has priced it I bOI.: flrlsh.d; tile b.th ample this home-Klehl ft Stev- -About acre. ISO) r

PIANO Baldwin 8700. J. K. Hayes. Ruotle.TYPZWBITER&ft.mlne7oo.. 38. Plants, flowers and Seeds | below the ..rkt at $11.50000 fully closet .p..e. .. .n luU fine building for present PROPERTY-Homes in Orlando -i on HKbway, close to post oli-: .
build and np.DtU.. CLOSE IN-Double front room: In- i furnished. Holcomb withOftarraMoor 2 blocks from shopping center. One o."e available..h.n materialwas with a lake in the bark yard 1 churches and store: 3 bedrooms I jr.: .

W.nnt paaaoa Robinson Mule. C.' ARVAIT. nles. lerws. S i 1 neraprtn* mattress; large closet; ,. 2- :I8. 109 E. Flue.I efficiency unit with tile bath Price lake advantage Uvl..room of Lake built Iven-to with dock and boat are very few. and 1 I Ins room dining room klt.-hen vaI -

.D 831 K. Smith or Underwood why L for trd Mite Strt.A phone 6290.i I COLLEGE PARK-West Princeton. A ,{ 12.6. Ann Goodwin with Herman hoe. cozy corner fire place all tile < seldom do we ever have one to offer I rate and work shop Price 67--;

C. Or.a. I. -. new one when 1 you cut flowers artistic tl i CLOSE IN-Room for refined employed furnished bed I, Ood.ln Inc.. Broker; 677 M. Orange; bath modern kitchen. 2 large bedrooms This property sffords privacy In; I term Trade with Swaid. Lou.s Gtu>-

PLApr.D'like also upright: I can set a machine iremediately. .: we wire .D .b.r. ..nUma 1 pnv.t home; rom b.Ddam.1 bo. whose tb. I : I each with double closets. Circulating -i front as well as rear. In section of | lia. Realtor 143 M. Mala 2-1464.
new; tr .o Klttinter1 64 E. Central 4643. I tail 4644. I will like. : I oil fine homes 1 bedroom with private
Robinson Music Co. 831 M. : I Lt eon our stock. : .c.n you It is available COLGB PAK T 3-oo furnace in furnace room bath, 2 bedroom with adjoining
Fla. Equipment Co. 39OM. rS22 now and priced at S14.9OOOO. Call I built maids powder
: Bui. ANNUALS Petunia: corn Do..r GERDA TERRACE- : 3 room lun..lo. 191 .t I rm This is not aresale i bath Completely tarnished for (15.OOO .-
Phone 5454. i 810 single 814 double. Private Margaret with .. and on for
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.POWER WrtTS-Contlzientai O.D. itatice; and many oth.r C : I FI O'l.r.-Wor I property. Owner isasking with Ura Frank Creko. Realtor. LAKE JCSSAKTjrX-S-bedrsom t>o -
engines ofI
home. Hbt water.I 2-2180. I street of beautiful bOl. unlurnlzhed but
for efricoltural end Williams. 1411 E. Pn. P 11.00 I' S07 Me calt Bulldlnt. phone 2-1710 on 7 acre of land. 800 ft .a. 'i
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Florida mduUa 1 I VENETIAN BLINDS$". 30". 32". BELGIAN AZALEAS bird Jar | HILLCREST AYE., 712-Twin beds COLOlILTWN On Illinois only I I 110.6 includes kitchen euIPDen'. I open t r.so.bl. offer E"Iu.eI frontage. Ideal location. Invest i-a -
.tatoM. Church ". I 34" and 36" ..th with aluminum. terra-cotta b.tb.. with private porch. Nesr bus. .f extra neat S room Aleo "ohDon. Rultr. 10 ori' I .lt Frnk .. R.ltor. ,i LAKE VIEW Southern or Winter this. Price. 111.OOO terms. Exr. .> .-
C. pl.nt comfort and heap 'o livinc implied
Building a
8 tUI. lat blinds; II .h the factory ..dll.n.food. Petty Jo's grille theater garage avtllsble.KALEY modern bungalow screened front and i' : SpcI.lzlnl Hom.- 10. BrokerscOopenatlo.iappreciated. with Wslters-Pryde. Realtors- SId JN.Orante. .
PIPS fo and farm 173 8. O.rden I LIMITS 2-bedroom frame in this beautifully furnished 3- .
.r. J".Uo Ave. dial 6059. Or- 2319 N. 2-1727. I VE.-l E. 2 furnished I back .r.h.s. 1 car tarate 50x140 CITY phone 2-4MB.
bedroom home with separate guest
Undo Venetian Or.I' lot and house furnished. Lot. 120x141. LAST SIDE Owner leajnjjt,
(.I. St.. .lupD C.1 I BUnd Wuu.etD.Co. CITRUS TREES: and all fruit ro... Prv.te familyKitchen cah O'Harra-Moore, .I : Price. S.3OO. terms. Henry Burch. wants to sell splendid furnished 2- quarters Large tiled living porch[ LAKE JESSIE JEWEL blum 5I -
t : : t story colonial type home: A-l c'I -
tree this section. i bedroom with wide expense lake view. Automatic \
12 S. Main modem
PIANOS Broker. : frame
-11 of Sold la = 109 E. Pine. .
on* 2-109. .
lot At 635 t. VENETIAN BD W.na.cu Mill .'. Nursery. MT. VERNON. 723; double; Inner- i Term Cavenauth. Realtors.e4M8. oU furnace. To gee it is to 11 I dition larte liviniroosa soil e-' "
.D. .e All need.pstr n1 I In Orl.ao CITY LIMITS-Today's best buy Ina I 1 want to own it. (25.000. Claybaugh.Resltor. porch; fireplace dlnmgroom lr..i:
e.t but w.t.1 sprints furnace hot phone
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; 639S CAMELLIAS: azaleas: palms: land { .te ; I EAST
.r Box ;, 7-day deUnQ. Wo1d.U. desk: tarate; bus. new 5-room buntalow. Come -Speak* for itself. T.toQ Metcalf Bldg. phone 5613. kitchen wired for electric sto-.r' \,"-
PUMPS-All types irritation j I I Cr,. .urd a.p anbbrJ trpu.1 plat I lot on bug line. 86SOO. Allen .ohnan CONWAY SECON-Lt view du i attractive three bedroom room: upstairs large master bcd-ir
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1ua .. I LAKE VIEW-A-l exclusive section.If
ORANGE MEMORIAL SECTION *" *" large
tia d.t. Florida within 75 miles of Orlsndo. )u.l.hl. Nurd. Realtor. 14O N. Orange; 'p pl.1 plot 55 comfortable rooms. fireplace: large cedar closet '
!! Church ph. IllS.PIANC8.Knab I without oblitatlon. Orlando I Twin bs dressers closets prtI cializing In HomesCOLONIAL I Only (: cant af Bldif CI..h Realtor. Metcalf you want to pick up the best bedroom nice large bath ..arcni
) I v.o.u. ;:: furnished 4 bedroom well built home.you'll .
,; (rand. refmished. Blind Mfs.. 1739 8. Raid; 88.I 39. Livestock and Supple I Tate bt 4438. I GARDENS' SECTION rt1 one. Act quickly. choose this quick for S75OO i 250 ft., frontage. All kinds of I: .

and the old VENETIAN BLINDS-Window ROBINSON E. Room bedroom solar water .Uftrle. I See with Louis Gessiln. Realtor. EST-P. 4 bath. down payment financed with owner 'I plenty room for garden and < ri-
fdt piano a" colony with h..tr. oU r. I
ff Pari tersaa. Robinson the B HEroDI with uEb:21: r .t;borne; I : cash 143 I )a 2-114 r.m. screened Let the housework to and see this a nice quirt restful home pia> i
Bourne Place.
I .f bt i C.tOI prc 113
_Co.. S3! M. Orante. 63O3.AINTS tock .'el or woos "uJm.nt., Apll S2 walkIng . Broker. 912 N. porches. 2628 K. JetfcrsonJSt.EDGKWATER at once thru Clybnth. Realtor mediate possession. *.ii; 500. rI -
119 W. 9556 2-451 I j WINTER room: Mills. MANOR 1124 Gu.m Broker. Metcalf Bids. Phone 5613. I terms Sam Johnson Co. JIO8 8. Ma
-Outside bUc Ol.ldo
Centa bet 214.CLE
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le. R.nd FARM MULE for or trade. Lars IN Vacant. 6-room bungalow | LANCASTER PARK EAST bt
I 6' Ora. Park .I PARK-1109 W. Yale. CLOSE soy Ave, beautiful new LAKE VIEW-You're lucky to -2 tI
set
rPlt.b WU Ptr Hardware. 14$. T. beet cost no more eli I .u for Dada small Sons.GOATS ..Ph. Oviedo I .e week. Call Orlando_SO18.WESTMORELAND bungalow: b.z.5 newly decorated. Garage: fruit. house: must be sold by Irom.Ilt. inspect view but here are two lakes. one Its I new buntalow; fumiahnd. tif;! rstr'i" -

W. 2-2167." 4, ___ __ 211. 4 DR.. 536 N. I and r.attached ..r.... Go fireplace; I tree*: bus service only (5.350 terms.'A.'T. W today and make offer owner p' In a section of better built two-story : :. I bedrooms. Toor lr.oi;> .i
j I I 2. kids. Can seen I kitch Dorsey. Bro.r. 44H I! Uie: porch electric a ,se s: rt i-
Ue-1 BI.iNDD-.Ten days 0.- fit b Front room: hard wood tile 89.EST homes. Suitable for family or Income
SRIARSA isrse VJE1 I fo .
lbs ; built aluminum: 1 at 547 Avenue.BORSI beds: can 7805.m..1 I d..le. t.i home tn this i Church. 442.CWAY SIDE Income- property conua- frcm large 4 sleeping rooma. all have water heater nice bath, tics to t
long 10.
dud and a b steel .o. Waa.dul In our ..I AND BAD Excellent ZELLWOOD'ThN-Now Room 1'.1 fl .& with SECTION New I room tl. of square frame up and down heat hardwood floors. Needs only and stores owner forced 'o f-
Birth within
19 days
ssws.Da aa E.,.. ., Cu terms a, bro mare: ; S. Orange and board family opD Inc.. Broker (77 lun.ao. Just cmpl.te. acre duplex each floor has 2 bedrooms elbow grease cleaning Venetian shades account c.<
Kaol low i ; .bl you N. e- : ness matters: making special f
la. -3i63.-_ I pr .o.t Fe.tlm. .. I Trail: Ph 5647. ran eat: quirt lust l. home 822 On. : dial 155. rlel. lnd. Iel.t. pos Real- and tee is a very n.' three rom and value pollshict.there There everything of for Immediate sal See this to. s-
R.db BU c MARK nice rIding mare. Eight weekly. reserv UO. Con and cottage in rear. or garage furnished tile extra sood buy 8625O. 82500 -
j phone Pbon to-
I K.I 2-16. years n gentle and loln .tk>ns. App .IIL fo I COLLEGE PARK HOMES Modern tor. 3 Centrl. 111. .U 814.000 00. Call Peter Br.a with bath apartment laundry room. Paved < sage. Sam Johnson Co.. 208 S *!.
I I WICKS .For most all popular types saddle and bridle. .o i' CORNELL Must b* old atone Harra-Moore. 109 E. Pine corner tiled roof and a real bargain '
RODS A RI.n\n I MM (I oil heaters- and cook .t.. Knox II i three work A will sell cheapor ROMS for Tnoeot by d.J. Rave and new. Close *. AV 3-bedroom home; SIDE See this 2.23.EST ,I in comparison. Get your offer in and LAKEVIEW On* of lbs most. ew
mul. .1 J.t.d. 1 attractive two
cm.ra: bUa) P' Stores C.. 25 E. Pine. .o for 1404 W. le. oe 8611.Car oak solar water beau ., 1 clog* a deal move tomorrow. Phone Handing properties IB Orlando
onsole radio: new 2-3113. t.de .D. DOtJBLL schools Hot for. b..t. cash bo bl.l. t it* lo 513. Clairbaagh. Realtor Metcalf Bid now available to thoe *eekin< '
and business
Cause Parker shot Sun 2 high stan I WEAR-EVER ALUMIUK. D.. complete I phone .818. aMFor ai1 Ilful l.nd.pd l E. .n"u.1 au.re fo... T LANCASTER PARltw quality of elegance comfort dutioa

lr at.Wat.pk.3 PU...p.d.l.c 21 i phone 2-1646.set: E Stet,I I iuq"ws. .2;off will Forest sell c..p Ct);road.' NICE LARGE RM. .UDY. close to water beater and space heater In I: b.Ddl. I. _R.1_ Ett_ _3_ rooms dl1t are affords all .o size-even o.tl. capac,, Immediate, tile bungalow modern.on 2 Iota 3bedroom aad .exctasiveaes We usually glee Th lull pnreS6SXMOOO.
rut set: Chinese WATE HEATER Gas: 30 ...Uoa'tD RI.d. Park. I bus. store ao..Pl..telephone -I CITY LDflTS. s.r. new '' eight persons. O.r.U Moss 13th possession. 818.5OO. M. J tails by phone. la this case we ar"
From Broker
Pot: ladle told &: l.. bl with complete; 810. 1103 West MILK COW-1-3 gallon. 2 calf; W 21.BERV.la- eud.d 86600 t 7575. Phone rate ap.n.nt } !, but out because additional bdrl Phone 6977 or 2-2O70.132 South Mala. unable to do so. Com so as or ca

eaze. Al ".1 SIT Ce.Ua Avenue. be fresh March 1st. Branson room: aDm livable .e b 1, required. P. l1..O 1 us to cam see yew. Otferra-MOQi
farther Sons Vista. Fla. i i 2-362 I and cold electric Utbta. nished. O'H.rMor. Realtors. LAKE KNOWLES WINTER PARK Realtor. Ph. 8-2389. IOC K. Fine
W TUK-Pr Rn.h 0.1 b bU B.k. 1O18 W. Harvard Ave. i 12. .tr.. 10.. in. uwea Dunn 2.2. 10 Pn.. Three bedroom two tile bath home
S1 Lke '1 PALOMINO HORSE-A works pl.t. 21269.CONWAYOAD.toSZnCihh. ust completed I
CIJ l.ut i CASSELBERRY-Bunealow Brown: EAST SECTION-Attractive fr. very nice floor plan:
or : LAKE MAITLAND AH the > ;
and rides tuaranteed ; r.
t.lph 2-23. laundry facilities SP
: :::: Marliis 2 cliae m.D 47-1. Rental AtenclesLANDLORDS car cerise. Pretty home Ul" type : home nicely furnished: corner tot. : large comer Jot and charm of the
OM Sou-.r.
.t.t WINDOWS-Ueed. pr.; cypress .0. or M. lot. Detienod J. 125x200: furnace beat (2O.OOO.
1. ch. 110. A corner by e lOO-ft. well : Phone
bedrooms : landscaped
aD N.I' DeLuxe fence PosU radio. 2wayno. Garden.SADDLE U. 86850. Look for !i bungalow mtI frlt. 2 8188 for farther details and Captured in this modernised Sou r ;i
i Rod appointment
Trailer e..Tlu.t.ROGaDI. I 14 o ft.: small electric i:, HORSE Extra nice. 4 -We will supply you desirable -: Rcr .,. Courtney Realty 0. & attic:'eez floor furnace. by. : us: er fruit t Price business rae o.a to see this new lake front home Colonial home. 4 llnlmmis 3 b*>.

S V<.DD 2 j i welder. = 1280 2Oth. years old; tentle. ridden by tenants free of cbr. and h.h.. .b I 2-car tarage. D.. tba. mu.n 10 fln.I Hsrlow O. Fredrick. Ill M. Oranse Approzimtely 2* acres of UGP .
.f Just phone va Ask for Cd anur b.I.D. 13 splendor alopim to waters ''
1" : I 6. -Never used, ladies only a b 1e no fult obU.Un. Real Estate)O Agency. AVE.-Practically new I' Central: 0137.COWNIALTOWIt39 31 LANCASTER PARK SECTION -t
1. and 12 delivery: ) V.tru CC R..ttr 3 I c.1 fJa. 1 C.ld.e Frame ; with boat house dock and a rI
t 1I.t complete with eltUa attachmentsand B.r.i Otea o 29 8 Ph. 2-448L. brick bungalow; i LaSalle 8U Asher I two bedroom home furnisb- -
i"2? ** tth phone con St cmeDt .It Ptr. a.lt. cr. C' ed. I niricent lake-7kw. Excellent ---
for assortment 0 Il C'865 w H- 1 C.ron kitchen equipment faa In possession I trl and 2-S. except for kitchen equipment: I tie throughout -
J10 price National Steal WE WILL HTLP you a .a.t spick and span: ime.t Plastered Soecial at t
Ph. f
.. 101 Atlanta Af.RPRGERT1 ; take lD. 2-28. WORK HORSE-and mule. 2 .. for a 83 service nD rat dude 1 price: 11.0. tn W. on.r says .n past EAST-3 Bro. OD floor pi. breezeway walls and oak floors; I Shown by appohueatm H. c B--
4 V..r.u. : Venetian
WINDOWS AU cypress standard one .lo. W. E Chapman. Real Agency. n 8. Nabola 1 8 8 and ask H-9 HaroldIV. < la Dice bonds sbout 6I cock Jr., with Robert R. TT.-e, Ken
h 1 81S. yrs. old
f. C ID I sixes la stock fo Immediate delivery 3 Rod. E.t Cu phn 2-11'. Cor dirt. R.ltr. 3 CetrL &13.CLNITWB by 1. ,e I walking distance and all newly decorated: tor 13 W. Waibsnwtoa. 617*.
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A CU 14 ; any style or ..made to 510cr.I GOOD SOUND I Owner. Mew. ft. hardwood metal Venetian stores school bw I
SD hn wU. 48-1. Beach Rentals flr line: immediate __
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I ) poomwion.
Also window and prompt I 86950
JR PLYE rsdio eombliia- ', service on ill orders.fr.me 1120 17th St. I trade fin E.uh pony. Florida or .i II ICAEEY ce oaktoon Ilfdl. all cash ttl. 11.. gi5ts18. Predrick. Us N. Orange l LAKE PROMT-fmtt a short c' .
I a.n furnished Corner -
phone 732. | WE a rooms available foe { : o w11. 1.1 from town. This 2 story bom-
.WYtkDU. 1524 I- Retort. Iur. phone lZ-Blu.. .HV. f. March America) I I E Amelia Aha Ra P.1 C pb 6239 between "Itsgcest to lIve tn Onlasdu.on ." "take a lot of trrta"'. 3 sp.r.j-
: WASTE BASKETS-All metal several j 55.100-Lake 2-bedroom
I ICo. right on the ocean. eon- leavint : p bedrooms with crIes vratiiatioa. 5I
PARK Owner city
I Pa ;u LAKE JESSAMINE
9ll delivery. Pl&Prt colors. 81 and SI.25. Knox Stores 40. Pet Stock and Supplies fteluni. Call Paul at OD ; crete block : I l CuE sell his Built laI EAST SIDE-Concrete block clay '; 7 acres of land 3-bedroonThouse Uie batks. lavatory and pawder rxiffiFamsabed

R.tar stamPs. ._25 E. P.Phone 2-316. j Lodge. Cocoa B..b Florida. I I' "L900-Ols bedrooms: garage; I 194O re-conditioned bm. tile roof bunt alow. 2 bedrooms frontage ideal 6OO ft. lake beautifully througho.;

d.t a. "'Uo d.tr WINDOWS la stock fo Ie.t I C SA PCPPI2.-B1CkS half acre. !! ed in front living porch. an furnace b.t tots .f storage room this. Price. 811.000.location. investIgate Wen eejulpord kitchen. fetIng\ coastnsctloKf. -
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.SuPI C. delivery: double .; f01 bnt ad bl P. Merdwood 1 49. Business Rentals j, 83.950-2-bedroom frame cli dining modem Look. call T. I with Walten-Pryde. terms. Exclusive Enjoy Beach Pleasure -
Blaks.Shorn. andcondlt.loa. St. cottage: lake view; comer I = HD. Realtor 668 M.
."Aa f andU sizes. Complete U I K.aDI 1s II service to tires Rl. a f. Central "r Orange phone 24596. I hems on one of our Ho it iubi.r..0Isles.
yellow I S' 975-4 and home; 4.ET
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sine
Jamb W.t a .r.e cal! Ho
.a fr .l 1r .1 OFFICE SAC fo rent: stenographic > highway i I. t-t a shower 2 lovely bed- SIDE-114 N. l PVc awvuntm
Pa 1.1d. trim CE SPANIEL PUPS- weeks> P.: a.ab beat. Large 011.0 We Lena**) with Joe G My Reai'o9
5i. 15 1 a a. WadeScottInc. .D tll Hibbard Wlt r. cruU o .& LAKE VIEW-Two I
p1 c'.d o hue champion stock Dick aoi. s stai 1-3 85O very attractive. W. ,Waaainttoau Dial t 8._
Ave.: p.4S2.ROOFVOAt1NSin,1. loa "el. dial 2-292.I( 2-JI. o I. N. P Jsa. Broker lYt I i toned tub.r.fD cold water. \ k1. e" masonry homes. Just finished: tile M.TTL&D-J8ew S-s's tile bt.
Orange
I 2-34J21. bath 2
STOR Rh)C *; bedrooms
BUnIG beautiful
step ladder; DOGS stripped clipped I .. I I chicken nD fine cabinet tsww. 2 porche in 3". arte gr.
WHLLRWS BARED FAIRVTLLA 5-room bouse. 82700. work la kitchen
rent-costing. 2. 3 70 : 60 foot
Protect trim saws; and .D plot. ctrus tr. accept a* lota. Do apayment tract Hlthwar : slc n; 0rotinded
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hoe block. P. O. Box 1673. .
62 50 for a SHtaBon can at rl ':' j accessories a..n ft Nebraskai I "- .botb.d. M. S.U A. CIT'-B.I. 3 bed a S4.5CO ad give liberal terms 2nd house .. of school.FORMOSA as low a* 10--. For appointment It be...-' --'- ',

RADIOS Mll I imC la new office buikti n aa .IP. eora- on balance price wafumlahed(8.OOO. SECTION 2-bedrooBS see Mr. OBrWn with Betlet Mv'. 3 I':1 Bros Btia ia...
tb WATER FUNi 1.2.3. and I DOCL-FOOD. KbW and X-cel; i Aie, with Perkins: real price wf can be purchased coed quick W. Washuastun. -.
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.jun !J &:uttnz1-taz 51. Houses for Sale 51. Houses for Sale 51._ Houses for Sale 51. Doa for Sale 53. Acreage for Sale I I 54. Lot tot Sale |I 51 Business Property for Sal I 58. Real Estate Wanted

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rooms and bath I BIDE-5-room frame bunca MR. O. OR ClN-I you I ONE ACE OR MORE TRACTS of'o 4 BEAUTIFUL LT with fruit one APARTMENT COURT Hew and ORYBOIJ1E-

ORLANDO FLORIDA PJu right in. Why pay S. in good cDtl Paved ranb t.p. a land down and up C block from lk. W.rl Pak; _or CoDI..f two I-l .o lrpn
FEB. 16.1947ICoat .71 stieet MOST Coder or a Road. Beautiful section: c write PO. Box Brokers Clu' k Jenninta Ins.
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Mathews C.p lo.ro '
William :
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cupancy. pine or a sufficient trees on land t* build toghome I apartment : garage Oe.
Hutchlns Broker, 8. '1. 148. 1fure I Ire TWO LOTS-One facing KlUarnejCircle : d <
20 the most
tot 132x195 ft.
-room bungalow with garageapartment. front Tf overlooking the lake, *. Good sell. Owner. Chester .
from FreeedLnr Pace) CASTLE-4-room house wU I Rb Rawr. 111 6.h Bd prewar Located on corner lot floors ribbon San Juan Hotel phone I west end Lake Killarney. Unable sections of city. See this'property '' GRV WAN 10 t 1 a.
PD on : 82. Cotonialtown. or caU at The Lake :: Sh.ar Ma.Uu lake view; other backs upI and m.t offer. Louis 8. tree*

1 from stores post i I I.fl WhITER OAE RA mile* near Garden : 414. I 1 faces o cat. bl.h..7. Dobve. W. Washington ;I IAPART Da Winter Garden IU.Rh

51. Houses for Sale Rid.R. m. dor fo lul' nished.out. Pm. ht electric fu refrigerator Bungalow, 3 bedrooms. 2 b.ths and east of StOm. Trail I SEVERAL. nACr 10(15 w 4Ocres. 11'i Combined feet. 8Yr dept 25 fet grapefrulstrees. width SU dial (412. _____ .r Kur Z- Realtor, J. O.

: LAKEFRONT SUBURBAN Ln1 15. By owr. L A Hl I[ D .t.:.pr af. M..Wa fue( with I: on I acre. 3. 8.. Savage. R.n lat Build- city water. ,telephone wonderful available.soil. U.bt 2-famUy., distance elr GROVE W ANI0 t 20 acres.producing
PARK SECTION ( tr t I Ins. Coan kltehen .lln .
lak front L P bh 3.0. w County Property I 0.1. P. Incom buyer
.e b Caa .e '' 5Lke ty taxes. Only two left of 11(1.0 J Annual
heating. 2 car &down I. lD OO. 'oHer. Ex I E B.rketI Georgia von S.r. Realtor phone SnEN.nVE ACRES th forth J. C. Brossier. ( blol aol. Mr*. F. W. Mer- :I I ready &dos.. What. have you? Roper
_p tot lk. fru=. I pre BARTON LAKE-IS miles southeast: I "MsII Hammock" Drn. Phone 2-2561. lena. : Melbourne.Fla. Realty -
PAK-om.r .
8er large fruit trees. High d O'Ne W new cabin 16x16: 3 screened shore Banana River, lariely sulteato 1 J7o

a hb Clow In. Priced fO Ara.16.PCM home with its deck and .Wr. .e.1fr.m. porches and 5 a Ideal for recreation citrus. Half mile paved blsbwayfronlaee. PROC YOUR l..tea& build Pour _.
HOUSE -
.a APARTMENT
'lZ.5.Oeo. B %IZedSS.Rr&Itor. .-.Vacant fv log porch large and artistic or living. Excellentfunlng. 1 two thousand feet on nver. I I ; bornesites i I LISTINGS WANTED Hsrlow O.Fredrick .
.An large rooms ts pUo on market SNAP THIS HOME UP Brand bunting *. Pine site for trove or treolcal private I : (25O :up. : terms see good Income 22nd year dealing in real
Perfect Nice .roae. price ,16. Kitchen equipment and lo .. completely fal for boating; good boat, dock; cabin :-I estate. Convenient t* Ocean Wah.I I P. T. Cobb oft Temple | Furnished. Sho.l. estate and mortgage loans IK N.I .

, l. Vo Aftbaa fruit tr.ap. cl ofe and drapes Iude. Changed territory quick .al "4 Ce. 1. bd I nished. Including new radi; aU lo COo seven mliea. Pulsipher. Realtor. I D. Wiltr Park. i 1 unit reserved fo b.Je.I Orange; dial 188.
One
c. Realtor. goes ( 3500. CaU 2-O156 Beach. .a.nt I
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O. C. demands Large
inside and out low 16.r .k r.
Stwa C1k l_ ,
Ju makt a. Can Otto
b rat in. I Trail I
Blossom
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o aD b fi c eltl T O'N.a Ar.d. corner buy. p.P Itrt. Bid. Rumul wU t.rll C..eaaul Raw I CITRUS ORVE- Clermont area. I I THE BEST TRACT w* have for sal .TNON.. ft. Look this over while yon can get
Again fraPh
homes C71.1'h confirmedIts :
l PIE CASTLE n rU W.ka i b. on Lake Seminary affording beautiful j LISTINGS your property: w*
nished twnnf"T electric kitchen On &ha ; 51.W 40. reputation for warm Isnds. road side and lake front-excellent days. 2-21 night 741.TO lmedl.t possession. Price (13.250. solicit yours today; C. B. Davis.
washing Nicely 425O. HOUSE. 2 garages; at Practically n* cold dames In this
and Maytag & (674O. O Cub.la -Completely MEW BLOCK turroundlnss that wUl appeal to I Res tor. 104 E. Jefferson Ph. 2-1649
, landacaped lot 40x134 backyard Realtor: We.1 .. ., gas fl I cost account of h.at 3 X. : fortunately lo.t are*. W* have for you--special price (2(75. McKelvey. I BEAUTIFUL shaded corner It one half cash to handle. Balance !7305. -

f.D an Meal playground for FINK ST. 2027 W..-2-room cottage. veniently located It..Betty off N. sale a ..mMr grove b I! Real Estate. 1 X. CentraL 165x150 I Pick up I T.k.

mail da Today'! beat buy at completely ; 11 Trent Evsns.. ,6. tr. 818.I IE.an. and Civilians-W* this territory at attractive prices. iD' Claybaugh. W.tal Bldg. will b arranged terms to suit LOTS WANTED-In rtty. lor tow cost

(11000. tr .r.e. See Mr. orange tree*, tot 140 e:7Ik.shade; 1 Ph I ATN or.for at one a I I5room eluding young groves and full !.i- Ranches and Timberland' EXCE BUSINESS tots at I homes. Chester Schwwls. San Junu
Little Realty near bus. Box 1171. WINTER PARK 4Vi room frame build you Inl groves. Let as show you. Bowman II'II'21OACRI Residential tots in purchaser. O. P. Sop. R.altr 6 i HoteL phone 4141.
Co. Washington. Phone 5124. I I 1 yr. old; tot. 60x140; price. (4.4OO. h. and bath of good con- Brown Company. R.lwr Phone I. I .1.0.0 eah properly priced.
2 E AVE.. 826 W. Open forinspection .
PRINCETON 1412 8. furnish tot on ula' 33'1. CAT RANC-Extr. LISTINGS WANTED-We have the
op- Dial Phone 5812.
MARKS 2-bedroom from 2 to 2 bed S. .nr. Bue.ad 1 AU for ( W* Cront Florda. Prescott V. Steele Broke. East Pine. buyers if have the
B.IU I WY. 530 N. Orlando 6. c. I .pr..e. I you property
S. .
9 Large newly pit J.toa SOB or 90 EUSTIS-WeU located from frontage enlarge 4 Wet Central.TOI5PL _. .
7ea.1. k rooms: emp\1 c.re Cnla. Dpin. ry mil 2-10. BUSINESS PROPERTY-North wln i Call A T Carter 951( Jamerson *
.\kl lou 1.5. drat inde out. You can WESTMORELAND DR. 726 6 N4 3 I PicA B Bolad Realtor; furnished priced to .U Iskfc. On rod 4 acres vertooklng St. Large comer 150x95 ft. de I Carter Main and Central :

Oar. Brk.n; (24 N. W1 216. move r.b' ft. frontage nc.l.arbb rom MU eOD.eD.; close.to I Carrigan 87 o. dial W. J. Klstler. Realtor.Tavares._ F 0'1 of Improved pasture. for for both. tail see Marvin Bo..rd Broker; 716
plenty fruit. S priced to EUSTI3-New Cement Block efficiency full particulars. Aher Peter. Realtor M. J. Mess 13th. Broker. 132 So. N. Mills: 4354. I lISTINGS WANTED-ClIents waiting.B. .
o 15&18
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W ST. B. 1401-Owner must PRmt W.lter-Pd. Kho 2-55. cottage. 4 rooms and bath. 2 cor. Central and Main: 2-O786.- Main phone 6977 or 2-2O7O. F. Slayton, Realtor, 33 B. Pine
.U U le.f1b hae"aa& Rd. phoD aU. S o.nr.WBNABr. good porches well (5.00000.W.J.Klatfer. BUSINESS LOT I. College Park fast St.. phone 5851
O.De five stuc 931 West loated.
Raltr 6 a room OPEN BOUSE-
I Pc.t. I II I district. This particular -
te 54. Lots for Sale I Property for Sale growing bule
55. Country
and 2-SI. fine high lot that R.ltor. T..are.
the property
show ba.al. I investment
tine '
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I :et your offer.!Prank Crebe. Realtor. PRINCETON AVE.-K Wet Army occupy at once and be of most modern and best : EUSTIS-Close In. 6 and P.'j 'I .teet. location.Ooily SALES LISTINGS WANTED Rome
O. r.m. BUSINESS LOT I. College Park fast I 17 acres on or a good b..I" I *, farm and tots. Yew
SOT Building phone 2-1710. officer tler .n fa thoroughly comfortable in both Winter Large lot citrus, cost would CITY UW MILES- TnelmaKtncaid grove may
W.t..l brm. 2 story I I and 81m. for the modest house sine the wsr. ; make good (6.5OO OO. W. J. I! growing business dlkt This par- .. .c1 sieve. pineapple.Valencia I S1.8W oa :an Bolsnd.I I depend on our experience for correct
fmlhe dupl, with
Sylvia. amount of It re-I c.Det Kistler. evare.. PIe I I'I I I tleular tot faces 2 .tr..t line investment primon grspefruiu 2- < handling of selling details: *ur mortgage
Lk. 6. 0. .
Mn'LAND-O"r P .ea Re.lor. Inc. 672 N. phone
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or a good 5 andbalh Oan. 2-$1. loans Increase
...1. few pair. bas complete new Zoo ) Is attractively floors; steel casement ; 1.114.i.tla story ho. rooms our setting power
Wood noon nice elM P"T lJ BAD m furnished and clean a Hard.o w EUSTIS Oose-Vn Income property I' Only (1.850 en trmL Tbd. tower; 3 bedrooms semibathupper COLONIAL large I McNutt-Heasley, Realtor 15 W.
.I 'I for quick ssle. 8-room main I ; AN BIGHN.
s5.8. Te ca room& L.el block buncalow. Floor pin. Call O'Harra-Moore. Realtors doss: tile bath: new kitchen equipment prlP with 2 full baths plus 3-room Kincald with : kitchen protane gas range: corner: a ,od fa..tm.at 19S. i Washington St.
Herman Inc.. 672 N. Orang. phone hot water beater: 2cargarage
refrlseralor .
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monthly. bath: living 109 B. Pine. I I-S5. >'R. Dome,
M. Bat.It fireplace;
U 3236. well-built cottsge. laundryand Waf.le altr. 11
faa home
Orange room above: country
Goodwin. B.I ; p pall and WIT PARK-Rouse and lot. (800 furnished. Come out and see ,ara..moer. for combination BEVERLY SHORES-BuUd your newhome with city conveniences: grove. truckIng co.r 5313. WANTED-From owner acreage near

dial 8854. stales A uc.ptOI(1, Shell Service Station.Orlando r..ld.n. rooming house and tea "h.r restrictions protectyou. Income. Consider sometrade. i HIGHWAY 17-92-A .ol. business Orlando on lake with or without
Tory neat little Winter Prk. 755R.P Ave.. Winter Park.WIEWa th J.1 horn and niche .an room. See this thn Harry X. MorseA A few homeslle are still available pulr.. terms. Sam Johnson i with 115 ft. a most small house preferred with small

JTa' east lid of Le Co.. Realtors. E.al Fla. at a reasonable price. WalterW. Co.. 20. 1.0.._ 1 desirable location on this main grove. Send picture with aD partlcni -
Sybella with two bedrooms and Lake Butler. offer. Owner must sell immedistely.Jo LAKE and General Rose Inv. Co. 49 N. Orange Ave. .. i I! way. For sale or tradelor city :i ar,. Cash. H. L. Luetkemann, P. O.
equipment throuchoutcan with CvT-ORRY Manor office 3356 N. orange COnWAY SECTION-Strictly modern erty. See F. A. Realtor. Box 191. New Smyrna. Pla.I .
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brick and
CNAVI fie Or.1
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Out Thompson "ln..low eoDlto. b W. W.shln.ton.BOM
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war WW.matr. .
be bad indoor automatic .
rae. I place .atrh.ate. stucco bide. 2nd floor 6 rooms and gallon hot
oitown .wne? Jay. 1 il- Call Furnished 3 bedroom home In ncel, .r. range, eleUI Bath. first floor Display Thuproperty rom.; AND One block I WE HAVE BUYERS wanting groves,
4br 21 West Washington SU rm. COLONIAL. E.-Good pl.kl. for heater: lovely klth. cabinets; 5 I INCOMI business properties and borne For
Mr. Mormkl with ) lent a 75 I 85 X 30S. Is of Probably oneof
O'.rWr R. clU..1 PY.t an good land paved highway
and will Makesomeon. rlm.r.tor. Lt J.td II future. 1500. : .t PLfh" Immediate sale list with P. A. A1U-
tor 2-0836; this is Phone desirable
10 P. rd. t le 2-28 small area. This mot _
NORTH-Near shopping district and a cmforbl Plc. t live.. ower.. Term Phone (.10KY No eom.Uto.t. .It..o and trdl.sue forces M.t..1 Bldg.COLONIALTOWN6 frODt." ba.-d.t.so you"lm._'k.h.r. guest home 10 bedrooms. 3 baths. son. Realtor. 37 W. WashIngton

cood street. 1 b- Pic(12..0. I I to retire. This *ldestsblished lot.. 112. I Price.. ( I Income (365 monthly (owner's .pr i DONT LIST your property with me
aoL 1.15
PY 81,5.
rooms kkh. de .. Aeae. altn 112 N. PARK-Nicely "..Iae. property and A. S.bl.r. Rt. 2. Box terms. ea. P. W.t ment not Inc.dedl. Nicely 1 unless you want to ecU! Henry

floors .Completely Orange l1l. i ii I WIT .f.rDI fixtures can purchased for the COLONIALTOWN tot 50 ISO: W1. Brke. 144 N. Main; 51. fortably everything splc'andspas. j 50j.gh,5okr. 12 8. Msin: 2-1090
b.. _A ....1. tiled bath i bm 1Da. WAS HERE! I very tow price of ( Stockat Owner called North. will
75 trade for Orange
ace 12.0.0. cash or car. BIo COUNTRY ESTATE Ideal club WANT.-Propeet. 5e sen. We could
;1zittp.; ..aL15r iai: bargain at S.OOO.rom. terms. SeeMr. ; Inventory. W. J.. KlUer. Realtor, som TraU. lots. 72 x 175: on ".: erty. Lars colonial mansion prP nlr.._ proposition lo bunts-quirk f have the buyer on our hst For

Thre ear lara. FINE CAT-klem.nt house; Polsom with Bsrold Shepherd He' gone new and yon ean .4. Tstsroe. yia.LEESBURO business \on. 722 Ctr. A. 19 (ts 3 houses deal, would consider Orlando efficient service call Arch L. Drake
artistic horn Buy right into this exquisite rom I t. ote part payment. For % home
location lower low as
St. .n.al. i
Realty Co. 20 Washington LAKEFRONT-New effl- I Hastings. Realtor, Rm,
6.Nl MeU .r _. & by COMMERCIAL corner other for to this or T. K. 6
Realtor. finished It's new. LT-"onl.ea and income years
Cl.,1 3 bath; n..1 Phone 5124. I IWCT i. furhe n'deorwr. I.I clency bungalow cement block con of Boone swimming small air and Central Arcade 4237.
call Bldg.ZbORTEA5T. Inside and with Its fl.ae try IID ft ..Udl. 11 office invites you to come
bat. PARK This beautifully- a matchless (13.9OO. wreUoa. 3 lar. rom. and bath. on on 147 i prt 33 acres rll. pine WANTED TO BUY'-10 to 20arreaof
the
Frame tw* a equipment; 5. bJ Iro Kbo1 bungalow on an exceptionally I I I Stlmpson-Staton. Realtor 6O6 Met- Roa. f.n" (6.0OO 0. W. : railroad neirtae' price reduced to I hammoch private <1 Ie. fact Ab.r :Pt.r. R.lwr. first class bearing grove. Give
and '
bOU Wit bdw. and church bearing orange"u t handsome corner site in calf Bldg. Phone 5159. J. Realtor. Tavares... (15.000 tr. SmIth Owner: lakes One mile frontase on the 2-71. 1 full details in first letter. Mr*.
store Orlando I
: 1 fruit. Move In at once on of Winter Park' most desirable LOTS- 4 city block on two paved i 4672 St. Johns RIver 2V. miles doubleFederal INCOME PROPERTY Apr".Dt Tnelma Kincald. 606 Richmond Av*.
at present loaded
line small mortiata I I In good
; house
wit best valuewe highway frontage. Conveniently coadton 11.
bu
from areas Is. U. streets Apply 10OS N. Orandvlew 2 adjoining I Orlando. Fla.
could be paid off; immediate pos- and rnt bll.e. COLONIALTOWN W 10 with
tc. equal located only ( miles from good thr.rom .1t
for Cu.lI. St. Mt. Dora. Florida. nlbP.
( Harlow O. Fredrick. apartment. Price. 1. Ph. have I 50x140 .eh For sale or tade.I I bathroom. year SMALL HOME wanted. Northern buv-
a Grange. Dial MM."It's PINE CASTLE-3-room house and .. WIt three sleeping rooms attractive BOM DEUupr-Dp 1 MON'l'V' EKDE-8 rom. and balh I Phone sited( w.a. An Rex-McGill outstanding value at pr..t.rund. Will show good return on In ers and investors InquIring dally

great to By* b Orlando. approximately 1 acre good ld. I.r. .m.1 a room mot terrace. with 11.0. modern Icm pleasantly . .. lot. DUBDR&A- 2OO fton paved Co.. Exclusive agents 128 N.Investment Oranse .stm.nt Sacrificed at (2.0. La- for buFinesre home and farm

MORTH Income. Sounds looks Electricity. Price (284O. Nunes to, rm. kitchen bath. We t b.t ready kiten 70 500.00. W. J. K.ue. Realtor. Ta- I .trt; on golf course; phone 4147. Apt. Orange City. 0 Strout Realty. 314 W. Colonial.

food. Meat and clean. ..tot Hera Gw. Inc Broker; 677 offer UD this at (15.800 with ntremel A move. in. tatla up. 5613. vares. Fla. or .hole. (10 per foot. Kht PROPERTY "Since I C. 4. _. _

3 bedroom apt. up 3 bedrooms OaD" liberal terms. For details O'Bar.Mor. Clsrbsuth Realtor W.t.l Bldg. MT. DRA-Redle for Immediate Broker. 5034. COUNT-Y Country Homes.- Citrus LAKE DOT-Beautiful view; '!.t'roeiu WANTED TO BUY 3 bedroom boise

extra small furnished home in rear. PRINCETON AVE.-1211 West. 3 109 E. Pine. .. bungalow on COUNTRY CLUB sec I 111. and Lake ask Asher 10 rooms furnished. 7 have new 1946 BuIck sedan to
Needs new 'a.Listed (14.000 fur bedroom completely 2-218 HOME LOVERS -Your romance and high lake view lot Excellent con DUBDREAD lots tow as (495 easy Realtor. Pont ., heat nice large front trade In as pan payment. For full
3 Peter. B. knows.
nished. Be make a deal.Claybaugh. kitchen; til. bath: t.ler WINTER PARKbro. "at., artistic temperaments will live in struction. 6 well planned rooms. Huge toDl.r.. monthly. Have tot paid Central and prb.b1 .. close to Sunhme Park particulars see Martte WillIams Real
Realtor. Metcalf Bid,. proud cwn in 5 acres young \rdern this typical, nicely furnished Spanishtwo closets porch for building materials become Core Always good for Income \ tor. 21 W. Washington St.
hme you w b t House less than old I See It. you'll buy it .rpn .r-pr.I .hl .
lak. story home. tile offered at
MORTH Near Orange A.. Orlndo' best r.ldeat estate. frepl. non. Property In this high class i iI mate prlr. .p
Pat A Pee 150. rlsht. pick up your D. Brown Road facingLake sale
M.utla aa ln.n. :
furnished 2 bedroom frame "ln district ro.r. Eust. section is bund to terea.rapidlyin c. Pr.r; CUSTOMERS WAITING for home
438. I In. '
low. Nice sectlea Peat trees. I R.lto. and move Cub..h Grr.d. 871..DShor. valne. of this 1 PARU-anord. 20 acn.an equip- o: O Income property in and income properties. List yours
opportunity Bldg. I
possession. WEST STETSON-An t M.tal l61.I | increase. We have h0. 3-car garage I a nice loaton. 16.5. terms. Sam today! Lorkwood Asroclatea. (O W
dit I.. PRINCETON ATE.-Close 1m. Maabla .. '
E. district .t al buy a completely flmlbP t.o MT. DORA New 2-bedroom block i large tots right on the 2 barns 2 hou. 2 81. Johnson 28 Robinson: phone 2-1574.
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.61 SIa Rar. 3 and _
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modem aPDI. frame bungalowof bedroom home Un.n. I horn, .1DdIU.D. honroom.attic I I Water lights gas and :available.I I west of t. on 8.1. blh.a. Ib.i LOT-W. Church and Clear Lake St..
Nice WE HAVE A CASH BUYER for 3 or
A nice a-bedroom prewar br. oak dIshes. electric toaster r. GOLDEN HAS IT-pl Sundays. baament. .. shade. I Paved. Carrigan & O.n.r.. | S.Dord. I.Jt to Russ Mattress Co. 6110'. I 4-bedroom home located on larce
ba
JOITBT 1 tot 75x135Garage I 1I I
fruit garden. Corner lot 145x Carrigan Bldg.: I for
built floors screened some I 672 N. Orsnce. Make or exchange
bW'.I. 1 lM CrJ prh utUt. water b.tr. and garden Close in. 2-bedroom house. I 140. Price furnished half cash 2-4551 evenings. 22534.ST. ole te sand bottom lake near Orlando
It streets p.e room and .". ... b t.ehe. this home .bubaa 1.6. I : I property. 31 W. Central Ave._ For quick sale pnone Cavenausn
dr.t kitchen heat auto occupied immediately. Low sales us get Immediate posses I furnished: F.ldalr. fireplace balance terms See 1005 N.Orandvlew DELANEY .-And Grant Ave.; corner [ HOME AND GROVE Completely ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL North Realtors. 43O8.
can
m.U electric water heater tab and and low down payment. Call McNuttHeailey. sion.that you(11.000. harms G. Fredrick. automatic ..tr h..tr. shower. 8- St. Phone 2415. I lot. 48x136 ft. Will trade for furnished bungalow with furnishedrental 40-acre subdivision attractive, rea-
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Venetian W. WashingtonSt. veL port 01 .6 ORaNGE BLOSSOM TRAIL New late model or pickup truck. I eot.n. 600 ft. road frontage. !
car
a.e. lae Unun R.lwra I 11( N. Oran. Da(188. terms cement block buIlding. built for 1 21970.DELANEY. Ph 159 Valencia trees. senable. Box 185 8le. I 59. Out-of-State Property
t .na C.rr. Ph 10 "It's _
.rat OI.ndo.- restaurant, night club, liquor also chicken house and runs. .mU.-out. ORANGE AVE- NORTH Today'shottest
awn. .&Cta A 2-STORY MEDITERRANEAN home Harmon Ave..Dubsdread. 2-bedroom. of equip1 I ST. SECTION choice (890O i buy in well located business i
C.nr. Most the
916 FINK '10 acres 01 Bear in Winter Parks most eselualveresidential electric kitchen front living quarters. I lof. lota. Owner says sell quirk I Shuntway. .dlat. .ploD. ; I property. 50 ft. frontage cement
BORTUWE8T-.By owner. 5 rooms Bead Road near living flle ment I. Owner force to sell. 10. for both. Wheeler with M. alnll .
A atloD Spae0u porches; gsrage; price st dial 2-3282. I block building 35x40 ft. Immediste j ASRKVTLLK. I! C.-
ra ,
Klstler Realtor Ta-
bath heater space; insulated roof; road from Smith ,row and Dactwy- terms. 50.0. W. J. J. Moss 13th. Broker 132 So. Msln.phone I takes It. terms
( (10.500
aibeito ar plenty shade; nursery. 4 room new nous*. Im- rem*cD. :rm bro fl. Malpp 1.9. .r.. P15.TAVARESSmall. 6977 or 2-2070. __ JAMAJO-3-room furnished garage arranged.possession.See Mr. Little with HaroldShepherd Guest home oa 4 highway 1] bedrooms.

fruit. Pc. 1. Phone 2 881. possession. (3740. plu "aa"' quan.on first (3850 cash buys 2-family house In bungalow 4 rooms apartment. Living room, bro. Realty Co.20 E Washing-I I 5 baths. Net profit '46(5OOO. .

NORTH -( Orange A. ROBINSON AVE. E. Owner want flor.bat large ebera 1rm Winter Park. Convertible Into 4 and bath Needs some repair. 3. DUBSDREAD-50x150; Ph. 7451. I bath. lkhel-cbaet. lot UJl ton St. Phone 5124._ : (25,000. terms Kittinter Rf silly.
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Pram a bedroom and aP1 to cell his home .d-duplex orapartment. with tile bath lt.el KrecnP-1 apartment house. Close t'hO 000 0. Kistler, Realtor TII I 5500. ea A McKenney.Broker 42 W. Concord, phone 2-0074 *r
BLOSSOM
pc J'w1 painted and or will ta.. This l a porch and sun dek district. Fla. ; 214.LN ORANGE TITolrlt' 2-2852.
Allen Johnson. 3-bedroom frame wood floors Lot 160i100.beautifully I EDGEWATER DRAero the street ESTATE 2 Court. 4 collates
FINK OPPORTUNITY for Guest j I
"a.
cplt Uru.ho.t apartmentin
Realtor. 14 N. ly furnished on a & over ( down buy 3-bedroom Im1 I from P.ul Cleaners. &15. Pre. on 75 mo.r ness building with nice
Oa..6l Jt lnd".pd 4 3.0 House. Excellent location near center I .D'clu. Wtb Beer and Wine license. Sea.taurant
1400 Price (12.000 terms. tree*. Wright P.Dk Cr.b. R..ltor. lake rear. i
cl.lal t Bome.- "lok. frt Lk. h.ao. 606 of town. Fully fmlaP. 5 bed 1.26. ,. Phone 2-1710. 30.er. .Jtke and oU and gas. Approximately -
inijiauXUK.IIOH-Attractive.twobedroom Frank Realtor. 507 Metcalf Andrew.Realtor. Winter Park- Dr. (2.250 2 baths ..eaai i .Itll pro pn. with over -
J Ce. I Orlldo. la.e .ren.d of land. Doing excellent 60. Business Opportunities
tram bungalow o& 3110.8tT.nr 659.4ROOM. .. s. this house then see {I rom.. (1.0. LaDue-Lashar I EAST COAST-2 river front tots: bed il.ato. boat house. Quick four .cr. Price No I
construction. Complete furnished me.ON. Riparian rights U. 8. 1 frontage; Jones orStrIplIng b..lne. 133.0.
with HOUSE Realty Co.- ItS.O. ap- APPLIANCE REPAIR SHOP AD
Ir..a
moen furniture. Well located large ,011 Nor and Completl M.IUak Mo.nt Dr.See. phone or cC.th for ( ,5.C. B. D.Y or M. Wo 13th. Bro I Ibee. I Information. Mr.and Polsom 01tyH I stock, equipment and 1946 Dodte-
fte 4 mo.n BEFORE YOU BUY- See
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priced to Immediatepossession. bedroom home with ... shad and A. Culver Golden. Broke. Realor. 10 E. "efenl So. W.I 6977 or : L Wash'LAAVE.enterof
I rod 11 write. Harry E. Morse Jc Co., Realtoes I 'J.32 I Shepherd Realty Co. 20 truck. Works 5 men and grosses
Shown .ppltm"t of Orlndo'. best residential dt.t Owner "7 let it go only (3400. Orlando A.. Wttr Jark. N'I of Eustls. Phone 138. i : about (2.74O OO per month. Stock
M. 8. Versus Realtor. &Ca .* .p.rm.nt Some ter I d..lrd McKelvey.Real F. EAST 8IDS-BeaatUnl building I LAKE MAITLAND-4 I Tourist close to (10.000.00. Price. $13.50000.

St. Phone 7833. home Wt IDcm. one For (2O.- .. Cetrl. Orlando. 52. Groves for Sale priced st (375 and (475. S H. baths frame, colonial, on Off o apartment frame build- Call C N. Weems with Martie Wit-
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JEW HAMPSHIRE 000. "IU B.rmal Goodwin Inc.. (1000 CASH PAYMENT and (51 LAKE NORTH-paved road. A',' Jones. Broker. 2121 RoadPhone lakefront; plenty of fruit Collates.12*% in addition to apart- llama Realtor. 21 W. WashingtonStreet.

el furnished.V.c. Brk.r e7 Orange; dial 9644. .oat buys new 2-bedroom cem.lt lovely country home 3 bedrooms and I I1H Developers At 1744.EEWAT. shrubbery: boat and dock. .. I I I I mentDfor Price (22.50O .It I phone (106.i .

.0. kitchen and Sntee miles out. New con good ; Kittln-I bath t.r.. Partly furn I DEIn..tor.! 12 mostlyin HEIGHTS-147 feet on tiful estate at 11.lO. M. J. Mum Prank"ne. *. Realtor 507 &i APARTMENT HOTEL completely
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1 twin bedroom .uIW.P 2-bedroom furn.dhome. ser Realty, phone 40 2-2852. ished. Claybaugh.Realtor. "ntoll.10.. 3 blocks from Sttll. University I Rad. Just off Adair Boulevard 13th. Broker. 12 S. Main, phone t.r.calf Building. Phone 2.110._ furnished eprs., ( hotel rooms. 300
Large lot. An midget MetcalfBidg.CABIN .. assessment 6977 or 2-2070.
c.ndtoa 1. A grocery .t. A 8.- I ft. on Indian River room for expan-
lo Call Ra Lennon with Joe drink on property. Well .lrlnde Ma.t1u paid AU of lots 9 10. part ol LAKE Ultramodern ORANGE BLOSSOM TR 1 offered for
110.0. homes. sion. nets (6.000 per year
O. 28' W.. Washington. Dial am. 5500. Mr. -16x16 on acre land Clar- ea: tots ( and 11: Block 10. (30 per front FN residence, e.t.t Trailer or TourIst Cot..iatol.
K.n traveled highway. J124 GUERNSEY AYE.Ooen .- cone Road. 1250. Easy terms. tate property; will exchange for Central .ter fIe I also I quick sale by owner (45,000. Bxi
663$ RuneS with Herman Goodwin. 1. Owner. Chester San Juan Florida Improved property or : foot. Owner. M.nce.Lawrence. Phone bulldln.s. ( baths; richly I.DI.p I 61:41 fet property. bringingin i 235 TttnsviUe

NORTHWEST-Her. Is a house our Broker 677 N. Orange: dial 965. for Inspection Hotel phone 8..r sell for reasonable offer. This Is a 4161 business b..r. I acres. Dial 2-4851.- Hsbich I 195.00 You can haw
414.
salesmen really home with extra gilt edge proposition and will warrant ON LAKE KILLARNEY- LAKE 100x250 ft. pr month
5-room near and open
a SOUTHEAST GLNCE FRN-t fine AUTO BODY and Paint Shop (1.100
.ntulU OPEN FOR INSPECTION 1 to 5 P. I a I. il
about. It 1* a two lot. and plenty o frit a good 2.0 untIl 9:00: P.M. todayNew Corner and Maitland ). your investigation. For parcu- ..lot with lake privilegeS.Sldewslk. BI..n.u 3 miles from i I trailer camp or .... 10.. Grocery living quarters 113.500
with an extra large sun porch which buy at (52l. Ask C. Harold Winter .Aro.ol Sample. New Home lars contact WlUiam .. CIty W.t.r. but no City City .. 4 rm. 34 story tog OOO cash and terms to qualified buy Service station. (6.6OO. Restaurant

could be u.a third sleeping V. c & Ra. 37 E. C.Ua frame ban.lo.. 3 lane bedroom Good Po S room and bath. Sam Hutchlns Broker 206 8. Main. Tue. $525.00 ,p. Rex )cl. R.a-_ house with large living I er. Price (37.500. Frank Cnb. Real- *(.5OO. Many more. See Mark wIth
space a Come lo.UoD 7811. I tors 128 N. Oran. room; S5OO. W. Broke Bldg. IP.
wt .1 an h lat (11. lot Some to build. (7.400. A McKel tor. 507 Metcalf Louis Geeslin. Realtor, 143 H. Main;
The Ire SOUTHEAST City j1 o.t out and Inspect. Owner your I (500 f1.d. 1m. first mortgage.Everyone GROVES-It is now a buyer's ..rkt HARVARD AVE.. WET. near Edge- 27144.MAITI.A.NDNew. ORANGE AVENOE. MORTH-7 stores 2-1464.

"lm.1 space heater and a din aide. 4 rooms and Lt b. pnee. O P. .RlJ Co. 19 .. .bDc. Have. some unusual buys in .I water Drive pbolc 2-318 for In 5-room. tile bun

rom ot I sits on a double J porch; bht city water P.n. furnished. B Ph : Call with Veterans' Real II groves with an conveniences. formation.LAKE galow. 2 porches in fe-acre producing good Income with second BARREBTAURANT-Cockts1l lounge

J has fruit and nice lawn. Imel.t polion 132O. .o: 29 S. Court: 2-4481.Eat t.1 tots with paving, sidewalk FRONT-Home site of Hi grove tract on Bb... 17. (16.5OO.Surrounded and package store combination.

this for. (12.000.00. Call O'HarmMoore. Owner't Sa. lqu. Wu HOMES, Beautiful homes that win U.ht and water all assessments acres. Pavement to deep clear lake.Covered by estates... floor apartment available for One of the best spots In Orlando
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Realtor. 2236. 100 E. Pn. Incton. of P..lonlPied (300 UP. H. T. Natxiger. Real with large citrus trees. Elec J. Moss 1th Broker. 132 8 MaIn Owner's other business Interests de.

NORTHEAST Colonial Garden SOUTH BIDE-4-room frame bungalow 2015 PRIA- to 4 PM. justify at your( Pld. tor. D..DPr. Fla. tricity. Price 1275. Mr. Lane with phone 697 2-2070. I possession or rnt Call Charles mand his presence out of town. This
this trim and homey modern bungalow partly furnished includingelectric and t 17.5 0.Pe"o" GROVES Offer 'Herman Inc. Broker For further details
YOI'r m.ltd t V. Steele INDIAN RIVER th MODERN HOUSE-On 11 fine acres. i i* your opportunity.
now priced at ( will refrigerator and gas stove on 45 West Central Avenue.Da' safest In citrus: contact C. B. D. N. Orange: dial 9855. Buy this for (9.0OO and develop a I CbabeU Mike Flower Realtor, 33 8. see Mr. Little with Harold

lutht the buyer who lust doesn't 3 lot*. (45. Terms. Wheeler with THIS IS IT-Buy it today.- move in 2-108. yin alor. for East Coast proper LANCASTER PARK-Choice ISO 171 beautiful Florida Wm. O. I Shepherd Realty Co. 20 E. Washington

oacrt or tIle floors. The oak M. J. 13th. Broker. 132 So. tomorrow. A lovely modern 8-room BOW and flower buDe.. on mal ties. 10 Jefferson. 2-1649-7304. lot backing Into Lake. (3. Rencher. Broker e.t.t. Waahln.tol I Main. Phone 5521.I ._ phone 5124.
fn \this house are exceptionally I Main Phone 6977 or 2-2070. home in of Orlando' finest residential : I.olr 20 J. Moss Broker. I I block 3 Ave.. 14 ft
There are two bedrooms o. flowers Is an oppor INDIAN RlEEdr. warm acre 1t 13 S. NORTHWEST SECTION-30-acre estate BtSE LAKE-1 ; b..alo. BUSINESS-On Orange
b.U1 SOUTHEAST SECTION-Frame collate. Hollow tile rowDI fruits grovebetween phone 22070.LANCASTER income. 2 location price tow Inventory. -
living porch aon. cn.tre pay dividends See It mate citrus on highway and lake. 2 bedrooms I .p.rm..t .P.rm.lt front; good :
rm. bath dintt.a.r gsr- Newly p.lte. A.aUabl. lion exterior. FI.t tlmt7 offer. .. B. Realtor Indian River and Banana PARK-Corner lot; lke. and screened porch bonttlow I (1$. Owners apartment Infle Box 1(7 8-8)sr.
large. .n.cbe W* Price (3140. ". A. has cabinet kitchen with linoleum D..l. 10 J River on tower Merrill 11.nd Mostvaluable view. Low price for quick .. t with gas and electric kitchen 2 apartments .' BUSINESS LISTINGS NEEDED-See
lt. Goodwin with Berman Goodwin. dining nook and pantry: dining .fell. fruit e1 Sam Johnson -
repeat the price. (9840. t the Dr..t settle .t.t. O"De. phone 7015. ment Included; laundry ,. house and Income. (84OO. Rartow G. Fredrick. "BusinessHesdqusrters.1
Broker. N. Orange: dial 9845. room; cheery ,l enclosed sunroom BOKDt us build th* shipper supply when chicken houses garden land. I Co.. 208 8. *
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ra-Won Ratn 2-2 10* & 67 spacious room with looking for. LOTS-East harvard H block t O l.rl. Wail.STCL IK N. Orsnge.
is That ; freeses hit most .r.a. Frez never ange fruit and shade. (10OO. I 6 acres .r.e. (15.SOO. CABIN COURT-Vs mile
BOI
Pn. SUTHTbl U. built-in book shelves and Englishtype Chenault Jennings (72 M.Orange 12 citrus,
here.
1c. known Term M. .
J. Moss 132 1.holly
You the beans. l.r. U8.
er lot on Princeton close to Edsewa- Broke. on
Buit. : Phone 7 since
Second Ave. 1 B.c OPPORTUNITIES
There is frit too. (2.240. Roulslone. fireplace: .de room. four acres Persian le. .O.do. try (94O.:Other good buys eaU 2-1993 8 Main phone &97 or H1U D.n.. 3roombunsalow. BUSINESS 2-100. Room 5. 45 W
floor has 4 complete COTTAGE 4-room with cnltued mangoes and I 1920 Phone
Realtor lar.brom I
22432.SUBURBAN
I retiring.
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aDe Johnston Broker. 6 W. RIVERSIDE PARK Small house. 4 Owner
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NORTHWEST tile H.nr. C.nh Prescott V. Steele.
beautiful Central
.bo"e. Siacl. Furnished with titled varieties. Over 600 feet I 128.0. I
4 acres of land 12 mire closet and prh. 3OO ft. off Orange Blossom frontage each river. Fishing LT in Holoen Heights. Three It Iot. electricity .avaUable. 12 Terms._._._
1 year old. partly furnished bom acres in grove). Mew frame bungalow. kept oak floor steam Trail and bus: few orange trees. Rea Home site. On paved road. Electricity. of S. Westmoreland on ca 547 Indiana Ave., SOUTH ST.: 424 E_New 2 story cement BEAUTY PARLOR-New equipment.

of 2 brm.tile bat gas floor Inspect and make offer. Court heat in every room. "Mstlc Chef b.nall as owner must go North. Im Tenant building with worker meld St. Price. 1500. Undberg Broker. SUBURBAN Little farm lelJ I' block store building ground choir location. (25OO. Exclusive.

fr Kr.ae sep Realty 382 N. : 2-247. stove" large fricidaire' hot water possession. (48OO. 1326 W. ing. TeklDd Ira.Uol control dial 2-0818. fenced. 2 ..re. Modem f. floor rented for grocery. 2 floor has I See Wilbur Strickland with Henry

pre'owner leaving the to lt SMITH ST.. E..- .* left the he.kr leude. Screens and met 19th St.BOUSE. 18,0. Term. Kerh.w Aiency. LAKE FAIRVIEW new small district Buncalow; 5 large rooms; on highway, furnished apartment avaUablTwhen Bnrch. Broker. 12 8. Main: 2-1090.
Ask for the Large front bus. Telephone. A. .old. furnished cottage in :
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and home.
city must 3
fot Cooa. Forda. adjoining city A lovely OI.Ddo
pr AND 4H D.rInl I STORE in nightclub
PACKAGE
Ball .. 112 X. bedroom O.r.n. rear porches; screened. Two-car garage P1Wlt Umt. Owner. Phone 39-R-15. lot 50x150. Income (1-6OO a BAR AND
A.e" alt I lrm. U.r. are acres. lO-ACRES--Valencia and grapefruit; building site no tot than 1OO I r..r. setting. Deed to property. .512:
DeaI Buy
Orange .Ave.. TeL 11. so many extra thishome. with a pleasant 3-room .P.r j Road. ( 'S5. .u Rt Cheney full M.rU. 10 of ciy. 5 feet improvements aU In. See H. E.Wheeler BttBAN- north on U. 8. year. 12* on your la..tet. for x35O. running Into beautiful lake. aU
ment and tile bathroom m.
money
that B'bWIJ'1 make your
with I I
and
you m onrbeac W. M. Myers. i f ; with Harold I Shepherd Realty frontase. mU this licenses stork and equipment for sal

that _U price _of ( 1 not t,, Th is.eomDI.tl f.mle facilities TWO NEW BOUSES-Two mUes out. ', rom. gas. No cold d.ma. (22.5. Co 20 E Washington S Phone house. lOf.ro. (35OO cash. Call ..Price with(14.000 Frank with Crebs liberal tr., I under (20.000. Living quarter up-
ll" I Royal 2-1993. Henry, Broker, 6 Ezll.n. alone I a
lumie .IU tr. terms. real estate *
Th
NORTAT-.bub.1 t Wbte that the main house offers. !I 4 and C240O and (2600Easy 2-7 .ohn.tl. BuIlding Phone 2-1710. stairs.
\ .n .n. Bldg. C..2-1710. 11 W.ka room and workshop Lund j 8rm.. at 1(70 Indiana SPECIALIZING IN GROVES-Sold 2 W CUtb I 5 W.k.l bargain at the price. Exclusive with

tractive .aat.. ... a threebedroom I I landscaped lawn with.ttb.d NII Ave... Winter JQlir. last week, have. several more prce Brkn eoprUoa._Four cottages.2bedroom I Courtney Realty 392 N. Orange.
SOUTHEAST COURT -
Excellent
two block bungalowdone bungalow. TOURIST
I avocado pear tree. Two blocks from ; road I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY-Highway
In U. modern maDe with Masonry CDcla; tile roof; 2 and bus A home VETERANS A C1S Wewill r..ona"l .l. hom.. LT SMALL of 4 acre on house: Jlndr b.Uln. No. 1. Automobile Service station
more than .. acres bedrooms; ,a. l. kitchen. Modern aol ll. 7o'U build o 70r l o .. may B BI.cl Ralwr. R50 each. PAM D.Y, location for tr.leR. are. plan
lad frDt prod to live or a better from Longwood. ph. 21. T.tZ *t ( 10 miles Or G to and repair shop in fine new
tal a our W.s
tl.l. picturesquelake h.at. s.ra fruit te. A 10% return on your .Iet derabl. home.lt 3 at (540 each. lando. Good little furnished 2-bed 01 main bah. Herman oU with two block house in exceUenlocation
with with
L
family who want to live real n.to. George Any reasonable Uln. fl.nced (600 room house. Garage and chicken at 111.8. Pottr business. A
U. B Northern at doing capacity
53. for Sale
-out Zt la priced to trld,.. ole aDt GI or a 90 loan. Acreage NotU.h.m3 neh M. Orange;
\W. Ralwr. 2-316. owner must byappointment. at (450 house Quick 1c 17 real buy at (18.500. Terms. Call 0'-
Str2 p..lon. oWI.rl
Prompt and complete planning and .
..l Call Rumpfer with 0'Har"or. SUBURBAN spacious home of 2I I Telephone 01 building service. Chenault A Jen- acre; bulldoced. good Joe O. Realtor. 29 W. Washington leaving State ml tl. .. dial 9645.__ I Harra-Moore. Realtors. 2-2380; lOt

220 10 E Pine.NORTHWEST each-with plenty of MEAR DUBSDREAD CLUB-5-room nine Inc. 672 N. Orange Ave. 7234. ACGB0 dln High elevation. 3 mUe St Dial 8881 only (475O. Trade ; TOVRT A T B12 E. Pine.
SECTION Bungalow and garden. 1 has frame house comfortably Mt. Small on I Louis Ga Realtor 143 N. Main I Or.nde CYPRESS SAW MILL.-Truck: J IT etors -
flrlae 2 lr( years old. (6 fruit treea. Total sale price of Inside f.r. l.th property. Dr., (4700 for a Z.l&t a new fu eo. &d prosperous : skidder. S3.SOO. Sos 147
: Home. ran each ((,000 with Call W. B. n"l derat. Pltre MUST BELL-To settle esttt Im I tract u.cocret
I .it
for tr walls fr U.I. quick ..1.. Tom.H Cooley. Real LOTS-Orange Av..i; 1100. Princeton) d..I.n& a cottages. lake. i Geneva. -
right InU. (9.(75. only 20% Bridges with Joe room has fireplace and rm .1
Rat. tor. Phone Angebllt sec
.e. TOO.
Cash If. term Realtor.a 410".Dt.. Orange C. R.Emerlck. .; 29 w. W.aln.wa D.I 181. I' cases; t. hom. and &nur bk med t possession. S b.t ACREAGE acre eu Winter I School.130.section.Terms on any of these 4?. ACE. 5V. mile from P& must ft .frt.. ..must O sell 17-92. Oae eot.I ,1 COLONIALTOWN stationery and greeting- Going card business store;
compact
SOUTHEAST-Real value. Clean.cosy. gas Oold- Broker 1407 E. offc. well built house I I. Postoffice. la connection
dial 734'. and 4 porch Park on main h I It. MeElenJ. Will trade or consider Contract
well furnished bungalow.Right electric refrigerator Immediate pos .rlk Lk"dal. I 21 IoU on Winter Wa.bID.tol St. dia 2-3937 And ask 24 With electricity. Not finished I fl.ne... several house Living quarters In rear. Call 3-1 BOO
the most at for working or retired couple. session. (8400. Harlow .n.o.. for Tom. Inside but livable. Price (2.500on .or. t.U. Mill between the hours
710 N.
lORTWE- 0 Fe Wen tot at Park French. or
built block kitchen and 5500. cash .IK N. Ot.n. Dial ( lad.p. corner Rd.a good terms. Price Includes asbestos Dr. B B R 1 Bx .
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to he.t \ ( Kittredge, LOTS FOR SALE. Commercial Lots I 655. .. I of t a sm end _pm.
12. Go. B Raltor. _
bungalows offers ye.can't Hinton. Realtor. .I' Orlando. ahincles for metal shIngles f
.n "bt i .
100x400 with various variety I Blossom Trail .al DEALERS T
South Osange AND *
DISTRIBUTORS
build now-tw* QUITTING I 1 01 for roof, brick andconsiderable WASHINGTON 8T. B.-700 "lk.
There three f.1 .t SUBURBAN-New block ..a.lo.wt BUSIEu.t outside I Section: 35 Lake frontage. (17.5O per lot! other -hln.y Zoned for 2 familY sell Concrete Block. Brick and I'll.
a bd l. 100-ft. frontage on the ct. anew fruit trees paying all of LT-Ba Lk. Exclusive. matr.l. A but. Mixer Reference
ins room Oa. Ral Ett Olhe. expenses or 10 acre R.J MeGilL Realtors. A.1 McKenney. for Doctor or Machines and Concrete
extra klk..dle" living cm"ln B n.1 Ideal home .ld bu- Your home .ld bUn.. tot .er. Ray Willsey. Box 92. Lock- i 128 N. Oan.e. Phone4147.. Broker 2-14. .D.alo.. an.t oUle. L 52x150. I required. Wagoner Msnufsc-

race.and a lr..r.Krn plenty tr 6800. terms. Moore,t.rm Po.sUa at once. D. property Can make four sleeping I taet.h.r. ph. 38-R-82. LORN DOQNE-10 lots (1.0 each. 5-ROOM mUes BOUSE-on IS acres IVi The 2 apartments .r fur luring Company Olbsonvtlle, N. C-
"It o Painter with Asher Peter Realtor. pbon.l78 or 6430. north of Apopka. Bargain if .
withterms.
Iw..D. Ber" real Dubsdread. 4 tots 16.ac. Cu sold for cash this nlIP. Price 1.0 EAST COAST MO. I HIGHWAY- -
week. See
Central 2-O786.
70 E. : WELL LOCATED 3-bedroam rooms. Revenue producing property. ownerat
507
111. Cl P R. with bungalow LAKE FRONTAGE acres with 660 Terms as 1. a( do.a Tulyval Rabbit Bench 3 miles Pank e.l. )eI CocktaU Bar and Package Store
Pine. SOUTHEAST ON ; tiled b.t attractively luI protected. 2-1710._ exceptionally reasonable -
O'W.r-"o. 223. LK z.t Owner IMS Include T building lot*. place feet frontage on large b.utla 2-14. South of Apopka on Old Hiway. B.lidID' Long term lease at
colonial .c.lt .o.l E.U Lak FRONTAGE In hot figure and living qoariers.Owner
1 lake approximately 1 34 fro LAKE LANCASTER SECTION- 6O FT. 1.la.
trade. Priced m. 15 ACRES
and beautiful lake 6 miles from
NORTH-Near room Dh 14.5. Maitland Post quick front lots by Owner on Lake Emerald. Ptfl. location. Doctor, dentist state business averaging
: .rct
P.t Bha Hastings. Realtor. ..tU5.5. Ofie. On 4-room house
Her l> tay' b 18 1 view!. duom_ 4 t. klkl. Arcade; 4237. R. Ceata completely rno..t :.n.1 ..14 1. R. Tire.owner. High shady knoll .urOnde house. AH for .and Or win sell 5- I!I' plumper or nor; check U 8rm about (1200 per week (rots. Stock.
(14OOO '
that A a.c l. Washington. (174. by Iskes. City 1.1 I houM for to el amounts to about (4.OOO. Price
ea.
1 Furnished. desired. Private 1 .ate. room house S
3 3 lot* home on
a PRICK acre Infer'
lam a. frame I and home use* InventoryNo phone
well constructed frame Ir& room Price aD.r.tl. I blnation business plus
wit a I. flm.. .wmm.. boat DRPPE 15 eaeh Ter Cf for (3.75. Good te.. at furnished; call shown only by
oak and wt A M Bargain matloo and property
fr. flrpl. frl' & Lt. D.l f.p Ave. paved road I 2-7144. 11.6
only. 621 4'
rear II. trees. Spec IDe .o eo7.nt.ea ao they information G.1 2193. P.r. Lkre. LFON- two Brok.r I Don Dudley. R.ltr. 274. appointment. Books will be opened
I ct and on LAKE FRONT lots-In :
b. with eletrll. 6 .er Itrlk.n See
Included In aw. t: for inspection to Interested psrty.
ra. Johnson .. 8. Main. "ow. B.l. lake & oak and Unusual. City
co.enlnc r 105 ACRES good high I Shepherd
(( McNuttHeaaley.Realtor 21 Cb."n. close Folsom with Harold
Mr.
.0. best at (1.000. 1.1
o. 15 Washington St. Jh StS LAKaV New bungalow; I.r I LAKE: PRlE.me as lake G.I. HOMES-Two -room homes Mr.pine I.nd"lb To.7'* Goodwin.bl. l. .tCt. N.d..e.; (065.Inv. Co. I & t!i IT-Open Sunday Realty Co. 20_B. Washington_St _
live
Ln. town. OLE B
construction 2
.106 : Consists of
t frt 2 bed dial Ioar EAST COAST HOTEL Perty-ervei-
rooms; nicely arranged e le. 67 O.De LOTS Orance Blossom Pew
Lorna bone asphalt -
lY.r all ; TraD fumisblnes.
t''t 2 fine tourist camp sights 17-92. hotel wIth nice
: porch lake. Enjoy r bo.e. ln. rm. "atl MERRITT ISLAND-Near ocean-d miles south of (rove: heavy room tzsd
.. 3 pin timber: drawlno
..
3 gas sinks. .r On has State Hwhway ; splendid dining room
Ire'.e
OR VIT.etU. n.b' ; SO week high *n
leisure time and the beautiful building sites
your cored closet d.Venetian blinds. U floors tr.b I. rprk. Davis..er_tb 104 6e.atla 10 Ud..I. also lake frontage. Priced tow for from wide area. This 1s an attractIve
.
Pa 1,1 view: ItS lake; swimming highway acreage chicken
I e .1 f. O.a.r'rler. .n atr. c.plet hotel operator !preferring
trailer
en quick sal for
t. UU lt. 2-1649-7305. Miller. 213 .llpmet IDa opportunity
Ph 7 '3.ORWI .ne flla.. Al t.a tourist m..t sell. Only (39OO for oupac?. Phone 2-21. .Plenn. R.. A at. East Coast. Prt 55O.O0-
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MANOR Johnson Winter Co.. 110.0. tr Sam c.b haDd.. ba 15.14 per moat ORANGE BLOSSOM TW.r. 2-82. cement block house end most of a Brokr. 1121 N. Call Mr. AUsopp with O'BarrcM00.yfealtors.22380. *.
8N-1 21 8"aI. Call most people travel Frd.1 )l LANCASTER PARK OverlookingLake A CIe Glel. 9O1E
Blc* lot .oa l.aor. 0 SOT SIDE-3 unit apartment. Un-!, Cburh.Z-ll3 FD.u Stret Limited nWMr I I Lancaster In mot beautiful good lake. O paved road. Electricity.See Orl.a. ..Witr P.rkI _

.It &ea fe Nice tot. (5.00. 4 Ic. tracts (2OO pr acre. part of Park. Restricted area among in one
FIRST
b.f 'S.O.. C. C. ., M. TIME OFE. Home and Jim CaldweU Asher beautiful homes. (2,300. Phone owner H.1 Dean with Bettes FUPNITURE 5TORE-L5
t.r. W town
.r B NIa Realtor. 14 tn Income. Colonial corner Central and I 2-O647. l..t,8m' IDEAL SITE motor-court or residential 'of Central Ptonda' bet
2-1747. Peter. fo
at
8, Wa. St.. ph. Wi!! : POI. home and Garage Apartment.Best INVESTIGATE THIS: R..lor. Co. W. I construction on Rt. 17. Thi store 4* well stocked accounts
Main: 1-780 -_ MANOR- Nice tot In 2 Wa.t Phone 'Ii makln
SUBURBAN tram sod
OCEAN PROW bed 2-0. residential auoa East of ORW Strt Scenic Highway. 20 Elevation are In good shape
rooms BOlT h. .a city Ilt Lake Eola. This I to sell. 3-bedroom home near Rollins. Only ON LAKE near Orlando. Pick up now at. TOO. W.1 ohe I 8513. 147 ft. above sea I.. store, money. Owner Is lfl sod will sell
years and in f.h 8 Lot fur 1 CaD 2-1993. Fennel Broker. 6 W. (85OO. your t.r Gum7 and to build or camp. Aba 3 acre for ( up. .. Baket R schools post office tow t.1e. for inventory and arcont5 You

Eight o.I South of ocean dU. nished. (4500. Jane Brcw Broker. Church. Green. Inc. Brokers. Ut (2400 term. .. w.t, tor. 11 Slish BIY t I electricity city ek.. ._ P. O. cannot replace some of for this inventory furniture

Priced or (14.000.00unfurnished. 235 N. Main: dial 7559. I e.l Bl. D.M 5. Box 77 Bstraou Park Fla.AVAILABLE market
I Attractive ACRES-Inside of Orlando ORLANDO (Winter Parkt Eastside Price"owner', mfimate atsek sn4
miles
.n Sanders 4kSlfford. SUBURBAN I AVE
: 2. "t (1400 Two large
Ine. Atlantic I S-room _. IDEAL FOR RETIRED COUPLE I northwest = water j I of between Weber and CASH do..wW office accounts will run aruand 577.000Far
Ilne' Information aJ.
ATDaytona_ &Fie.ORLO .8 porches; oil heat. Ripe hottest I Quaker. SOx27O. Price (1.5OO. Frank business \ detaIls tee *>. *; IIIchOIOOII.
I. clt Metcalf Bldg.Prone b total price a new 4-coo. only. plea.'e. H. Dru.Rlwr. Man St.: pboOe 2-1515.
Nicely lanicaped. at (4-5OO. yourself Crebs. Realtor. 5O7 lo W.rll toe, 14 8.
each VIST(740 A-2 like bedrooms b.bl .1 Ho.ar.306 N. Main; A nat .e fube 3 1184.o "0.1 see :Little with I! 2-1710. 1 and 1 acre paved :054 2 bs mUe IK S.Cor D.1 $31.I
rent. 3. M..Ua lDap E. fro city """.. Next door I and win.,
W. Llnton. Broker. 423 8. Orange. SANFORD AND lot 10(8.500. I ASTOUNDING VALUE In a nice, Haold Co- 2 i ORWIN WANOR Cavendish Rd. house -
L Qak on 1 acre for
With Llnton.- For purchase of O Cat I clean substantial 4-bedroom home Washington. Dial 4124. I South SOX13O. P':r4 you waftt 52.200 ranch room; 28O ft. on highway
hOe f.r 5 'Eeal
2-4 BEST ,
MANOR Bunga grove*, ecrease. sites (4.500 cash and (50 per month buysa i which could be arranged for S or I 90 ACRES-Highway and clay roadfrontaue (8oO. Frank Crebs. Realtor. 4O7 I I'n sell both ""e* and 2 Bargain. PROBABLY T 17-02. 2-roOm modem bowe. grove
ORWI. SECTION- business a. 3-bedroom modernresidence sleeping rooms or good for 2 apart i Electricity, bus: partly I r5.foiIdinC.! Phone 21710. I i (3.200 cash. .r lo j deeP well graded road through t*

1. I conveniently .re mod pr.lU..C'R. Plor- 1. Park only 1 I ments. There ts a larce living .cleared. Ideal for smsU borne site, i j PRINCETON AVE., E.-co the t cor. Central and Asher Main P. Rl. 2 ft. frontage for gale oa U. 11 (frontage e. Old DUi Highway. 3 t*,
W B Rat. Fairbanks See
a r 1 bl and E..t oining room, kitchen and Krnel $38 per acre. Mr. Lane with Herman street from Masselwhlte'c GreenHouse 2-' I (between ep 1( acre available terms. owner
room:
I.ml .tU I. ladr. 2 one bath up and Fri N. ; 'I (9OO. I underpass My sign Is en :: first Standard Station north *f KJs-
D. prh. do. Broker 50x139. Price i rl
100 l. Kr.pre le"l l o..e P.nk 2
Iw.r ol kl.u'lt of ft. l tDE DJr. boU Telephone -I pint cppr rof. lOfL l. 1'. s.1 Dble .trait.r.. with Believe workshop dial 9855. Crebs. Realtor. 507 Metcalf (TWO! 3 2-bedroom Drive modem by .D&e took Rip It fo ever.hl c.I aimnec. STATION Groceries-, cold
2-1710. AC.
frost All and neatly furnished S987. W. Scott. "hr Ptr. r.r. t i fine dairy- i phone busses. I FILLING
hr. th aU 24 AC.e.tr. (66OO. motor Ml
Owr
( R. .o Realtor to: Ct or- not this Electricity 18 H .r. cur r.r. I drinks confections etc.yea
Realtor. 610 1.0. C E.n, WALKING DISTANCE .tory: 4- I 20786. :i nnhed for only (7400 on terms. r o Bah. .t PALM TERRACE- building I I fir.Jrb .crt block ( sIll 1. .pda Ia Vat Close-in location. Beta =rerSSOO
dial and (65 per acre.M. lake and.t.- fronts- deaL Asher
site: view .. quick
OD.e I **
7. bedrooms leer Lot. SOs 0
with
I ; garage. i:; Swaid. Louis .U do1 .bl t fo month. A -are evpodunity
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ORWIN MANOR lovely two bedroom ,,13 (11. tr. T. J. Undorff. i I! 143 N. Main 2-14 G J. .. 13th. Brk.r.2-2O70. 132 S Atta. Pr. Ca T..de. Je;I i Immediate possession. p7meat> Ral. c. Central and win sell per quickly. An stack of aa*. wI

bungalow .IU l. living Rawr. 4 J. Wa. phone 2! 4-bedroom unfur!j ".I. 6977 o olr. I. O.n.e Z-: i Estate. 375 N. Orange; 0523.I RlIIE. Stain; -. and merchandise Included. (45OO>, If
room SEC h. jI DR. and -Bastes St. I I Ask for E Stewart with
I old todsy.
o .D Ita 2-73 SAY LI frame
bath ok 1. hU. fur I I 10OOO ACRES Polk County .1. Shady Lane and .PH s. Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 2O E
& PARK 3-bedroom bunsa 12 15 I .
laundry r. Yo nicely landseesedand WI bath and sleeping nished.nished. (35. 3r. ..av I HAVE 'FOR YOUA about 10 minion fe o on Easton Price ( ._. i on highway, 7 a miles ..el..r Washington St. phone 5124 or (443,

U.. .r ..r fruit trees. LIving room with fir place:p.l 1 _. 12.125 4r house ho. unfin W (7.5O. per & .Rwr. 507 Metcalf BU.; Terms. Wheeler with M. 1. Moss 57. Real Estate EixhantedST STATION Oarage, living

M t fo t9.no. kitchen. On ear garage. ished. modern two bedroomsand P. 2-170. 13th. 132 Main, phone for sale on
Br.r. quarter
possession account
P ns 1 emnesr.
and it is bo Including
trwis a 1.1. 0 H I 115 iOW A fo E. I S.. and terms. R. Imel.t Wt pr w t t Northwest %5.e Vo. County timber I 8 COMMERCIAL and indus J1 6ST7 o 2-200. CLOUD -valued 2-Story _tee owner at 309 8. Hughe*.
2lI. 0. 114 8. Ave. i rtsl Real Estates 36 E. Pine section This la .6i .n 2 an on W. Central A n. Price large f.house a I and "" "
C1 C7.50 difference. GROCERY
bath. Winter 620. P-I o t per acre c lue. per .er. each cash Clark WI HVS7 rO1.D hone In win meat -
Park ;
OR YA- pn I truly a good further te- I I P. Bryan o tr.. 8t_ l a lots Ota. Real Estate. mesh and stock at pfagtirsll'y'1-

'an.. Jo Watr a l. WINTER RAO Vft LIQUIDATING BAT formation .I and see Mr. 11.000 an Bt Jo. River, Orange Oe. .. Write R S. Bing- Clk ..e. i-o- voIce price; long leaw. $5ternie. CM.:

hcht.Earnest UU h r b l a t.r .miles block from house city : a .1 at bed 1.- Immediate possession older C room PeUlcr, .UI We.l u.ll.t. Realtors close I 0.r WASHINGTON ST. ::I I _.0 S h. P appoint- 13 l er. 2-ln 0 P. _Roper_Realty Co, 23433GROCERY

I LIKE TO swap my home AND MEAT MARKET-
Turn right at first road tote. Ripe far WOULD 1
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frame in S20C County
8S. bn per
ORLANDO!' AVZ.-103 X.: City Bag Co.. ph. repair 2-.r b..o. flrl. .r Lk. 1 .r. a(10.000. Prank I BusIness PrwpVrtv for Sale B. lo our ta> OlD sldi'ulial Located heavIly popaisd JS
ar.e. i 1 5 2-O741 Moo. area. Chose to dewatoro
Phone phone Curry. 1
enclosed sleeping porch screwed Building. 2-1710.
: .
WINDERUERX-Very well built attractive "udln. _btlu A 2-STORY- 3-bedroom borne: spacious 5500 acres Lake County 14.00 per ul modem equipeaemt doing
I good business
>-i1 redecorated frame cottace. trees tot well-landscaped grounds & WINTER PARK-Renidential lota la APARTMENTS-_Private home. osa- Prt- Very reasonable
1 Neat as a len. .U wooded sectionof 3. .frt .shopping center.Va overlooking one our largest lakes : i delightful Lake Knowles taming 5 fln apartments. WILL EXCMAKGK bathhouse ton.Zroker. K. rest Bamp"I -

ORWDJ MANOR SECTION-Very attractive nice oak shade. VU block Mills St. BI hear chlr., lust outside city.o I excellent repair.Immediate .' Striplin with M. 3. Moss 13. Brok ,i Paved a Ready for .Owner *.or 4 ra. in best frroom Orange: phone

completely famished t ably furnished; *(. bcl.eon t schools priced 19 Call Lola RayaL er. 1 S Main. or ; J. .495. Inspect (17 0( (- nous* in Orlando or sulMrbs-

a good Lillian Ooodnch. with Bucket-O'Neal. protected. 1212 .Hlxnois Be..fo further. deItflls. 227. day. Park 44O-R o weekdays terms. George with Asher J. J. Brennan. U$Edsewood P I
a 11 R Br.kr 2' Continued
Broker. Wt Robinson; dial 2-37 & 2-4551. Prier Realtor. 'X. Central 280 LbIDd Fla. On Next Faze


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;_Bu1nu! Opportunities 'CL, Bank Loans 65. Help WintcJ M le_ 70. Work Want-lll ,.. Auto-TUe Want ., 7S. Auto far Sale i 78.. Tr Trncfcs for Sale 'iiithag ttntnr-6ta

t GROCEBT. KTAl; COOK-Good fry or second at once, C'l I'BCS::production man will I. CENTRAL FLORIDA I FORD 1942 DeLuxe 4-door BANTAM ![

p furnished earn: aU INSTALLMENT Lu8 cost you Jeeeat Hotel. Lake Wales or laa.grove for salary car trade demands )ORVI.can I Dont overlook U t.ral S.a All T1IH'. -a attached OR FRIA "WORLD'S LARGEST
east
1 close-in thriving the First Bank. Corn- Fla.DISRWASHXR come Must have livable
; we would R. S. Central ,
Uer.for pur any car. SUN. FEB. 16 1947. PAGE
10. l. ,
.volume of ca basinet. (1000. .- par these cot. When loan l for house near Orlando P.O. Box 970. ebas Iour used ear. 0. five on 105.Phone 4321 and ask for Wynn. R t W.O.. nt. 1 DEALER"
apply atStroue'a I S 6 C.t
tade.L *, h 8 10O. 13.neat 8-34 P hand want So I
No.2. 'On.
tLOId ( 150. set 26 But OrangeAvenue EXECUTIVE Years experience P. Hasan. 2-2424. Night 1 FORD 1941 Convertible Coup.
fvlt.r Ild 13-Palat l.
.
a Mr. I
J b. H.1 G P 11* I."8 ZOO ..let 11 11 : see phases .dm.taUI. office m.a weekends 2-3071. Equippedwith St.1 he.t. CABIN CAR-1947. Roomy l.uru

-11 Orange. 8 3OO. you get :279-Payment. 25.0 MAN. young o middleased; m.re aum.at .eeoaDUI. Miu.: good rubber good tP .ld l t 0 interior. Ample storage .p.c.I
8 400. ,.get 372-Payment* 33.4 Experienced in 11u aO. 1360. Ba 8Str. D. VARNER INC. wants t buy your good mechanical condta 0 Lichtweight. Easily attcMd to any SUNDAY DRIVINGIs R. S. EVANSOFFERS

GIFT SHOP aa ahipplnc I In 8 500. ,.get 465-Payment* print reaae. To maintain bill DROVE with auto or truck and will p highestcash (1295. R. S. Bn. C.atrl car. 895. R. S. Enn W. Cen i I
Winter Owner *, ae 81000. you get 830-Payments 3.34 manufacturing plant. poultry CAA prefer .tnlv price Immediately. Varner Ave Phone and ask for Wynn 1 tral. Phone 4321. 6 Not a Complete Pleasure

for (3.500 fo quick Figure include life insurance In person. (::30 a.m. 12:30 Inc.. Studebaker Sale and When Cost
.I. : I'
Se. FORD Sweet
t App & on : married: veteran sober running con- 1 Is ton stake Aeed.Dt
; :
ntereat. at .Park AT*.. W. prel. 234 W. Ave. Phone 19. CHRL-I92
loan Washington.PHARMACIST
:1 l in ease of d..t National .. 11 and 7149.OENTLEMAN C.ntrl nrb1 tires; 11095 Stivers I 1 Complel reconditioned YOU
Winter .e" trk
Prk Bank at 4t floor. A Job for a I FOR SEDAN-Wanted. late model. Ptiac. W. Colonial D. fr. ( I LARGEST SELECTION
.0
: DIPT SHOP- good mn. 0 Ii. .. Center. -28 .e.r of age, good I I .IU pay cash private party ph. FORD 1942 club coupe. A-l coni ''' price (1.O95 Evans Bar Spia Lundquist Ins. Agency

hons 1' 1U.a. P. O. B 8 Port Pierce F.. I background 0 ..Dra b.1 8818 or 1404 W. Church. dition. Radio new tires and new corner Garland Amaa, phone LOWEST PRICES

0 moen IUD oa Biwar 17-82. Halt- I% Loans Up,I $300_ PRTR sod dlwuer. 'White experienced management In and..public, relations.; ,' SPOT CASH PAID tar your used cai '! motor. 105 N. HugheS St.. 4410. 4771. Ask for 3m'D)t. 307 Metcalf Bid*. Ph. 2-1711 FINEST

Ild. PaBO room Last rears Income over (104100. WIllconsldtr S. C. .cKel.r. -Your pact.r FORD-1941 convertible JuutlIke DODGE-1941 pick-up truck: excel QUA
AUTO. Furniture. Diamond loanEconomy and Also two colored bell I Or.I A. I De. B.adie and coup. lent condition: good radio; oveioadsprIngI USED CARS AND TRUCKSIN
BUTLDINOwith rooms bad br any position where. r i* I. .PI II )e.tr. 11.95 I
fra_ 2 fur Burger .Pa. CP.u. BuildI J. P.I i Appl "t Plymouth Hotel, I opportunity for . 5147. I Ij R. S. Ev.n. 101 W. : real bargain: (750; '5 Ell- FLORIDA
tcU .
( rale. prUe wa Ing. Phone 2-0338.8.et I bring associated with local CODcer j WANTED FOR CASH-1946 or '47 I I Icar. S wood. I

_ Ih. .. .I refriierator. Largerounds PART TIME SODA DISPENSER Will discuss .ua11.Uon. b, phone j Will accept '41 or '42 If per- PRTdor sedan: 1942 Interns- DODGE 1941 tractor tck' fully WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD!

( I.r.ca booms 137 per CASH LOANS-Quickly mad on High school boy apU. Applyat I and personal ID"I.. Pa reply feet. Private parties please. B' ta truck. se.t G. D. i equipped: good tilts LOANS LOANS
month Albert's .. Box 169 I its 6-Slar. speeds transmission. LAS
; a bateIncome. niture. auto Dl to 8Sta. Livingston (. Box i
pt .
.D cmolc 281 Or.ndo. :
P 1.0'terma. Jamer- lando's own Pn.nc C. t-I: and I CONTRACTOR New I = Cn..1 Road at Rad. 1 I side tsnks. Sleeper, ecs.ug

son and & Ralt 70 E. G.m.tr&LPben. Mea Bide. Dial 23o.CH I RECAP QDEA and and repairs I FORD sedan. the best cash ofe. BORROW BY PHONE I $386
Carr. Mil..UNCTI Apply Mb.pr.led. I. eon.trcJn DOKT LOSS MONET 193 2-or 'oundr. 13 Kaley: dial! !.131
Prophitt and
MADE quickly. ( I pnn F..tD. O.De. CI6t .rk Stplo ..ck c.ane tOW. 1(38 Dodge Sedan
LuS and Concord."A. Equipped 500 DODGE-1935 4-yard dump
'ROOM and Rectaorant OBMali. 1 ear _ _ .ot : 4853. 2-toa CALL US THEN STOPIN
Aetna e YOUNG out of I P. O. Box 223. Zellwood. We ray high prtens for au car truck: best : sell or I>3( Ford I Coach
Highway in active suburban 311 ; FORD 1931 sedan 60Just
dltne Local and drop in tradet I opposfte aal Cltl C. 8 : time Apply shol pa t BANDY MAN-House cleaning service; I. Model As t 114',. I feelln big hearted! 245. J..R.Smith. trade. Rays Garage Pinecastle: 97(6. THE SAME HOUR FOR I 1932 Plymouth 3-door Sedan

wa. A money .kel. Exclusive or"1 Colony Theater in Winter Park.JACKSONVILLE'S experienced specialist in private [ 3 E. Robinson. ,I ODEIH2- eali 19M Fiat Coup
with lit &FOB HOPIA bills. I homes; bouses washed windows 2U H. Orann An. On Used Ca i ; THE CASH! to (300 !
Hulle. & FORD deluxe !
R LET d.pan cleaned floors cleaned and waxed. IHt.pr ; t.co 1 I 208 S
RoID .11 mint store : l ace Can be seen Bre.e
c.I 2-3'5. only beautiful a
Florida 21 W. Pin laS stairway PB I mlea larOD Ave. Winter Park
Crct for .
department
managers or 2-128. I.
flown. 904N.
with .
financial Theater.
I business meani t H & Or.D ants 1.&h following phases at MACHINIST-MECHANIC class. .1_2-4521. C.n lc. I I DODGE 1942 S-ton pickup; engine Tea! Get cash quickly oa your Signature. I
er..ll on an aUra CASH ( sporting goods. (2) .r for machine shop or TREMENDOUS VOLUME l.ke it 1 overhauled good tires. Also 1942 Plnnoaths (4-door .
UTO actively QUI LAS P'lr t.lu .ut pn.; 1 'deIU. : Auto or Furniture. Can today! etsxkabsj
or dl
FORD 1946 Super club l
:' b. for the coupe:
.IU .a and (3) hostess possible LargestAuto
house Wold'
(4) plies I1Cargo
.at ll wom I 0* & left few
8-8tr. onto P'DtO. m.cb1. tnrk. Go
Ba 1. ice. Family L. C 501 Florida rea- -wea. Th. .. ex-Nary Writeto Dealer to pay you more for very low ml.alc. like new; Jim Can Cenol.t' I DKk. tk.
1 .h.P.
Bank Bide *. I | your used car. Will buy any make Cumbie 904 N. Orac. 08.
B .a.e.Pbone oPPr1IU. .c.1I'"nt Box 794. Orb 1 Can Ic. Garden 1 east ofI
ORANGE, BLOSSOM TRAIL-Large. 218. ldl.tual .W.c.. P. "l. I model for considerably more tan 2-4521. Orlo Vista. ml. I GFC LOAN COMPANY

cloaa in ait*, auitabl for stares, ing. Write in detail market value. R. S. Evans 191 FORD 1942 Super deluxe club I !
4 OUT vI -
OP who ask for loan here age. edu I
tourist cabina. trailer prk The prp .Personal Finance a Co.. 24 I' C.ID. complete .t.UI. I 1 ATa. .nt work; experienced also Central, phone 5296. i! coupe. A sound car ia every de- DIMON T-Model 11. rtnc- I 71 East Robinson Phone 6735 $193
-e .prenu. spray
art, now .fin $ I 8. Or&o Room 2. Phone 2-3H8 and marital I work phone 4071.p.mUe USED CA EXCMANOZ-Uscd car |!.; tall. Jim Cumbie Cars. Inc., 904 Eaton.axle. ".arate. Looks 1 1I 193 Buick

come b1lla This l a ehaaeo fo Robr Wole. Mgr. a recent photograph with your apPl j See u before ,.sell. N. Ornce. 2-521. | and runs like 18.00. Orlando 1I I 1938 Buick R"mar
a and catiooi Replies wW MAN Automotive. industrial ; era
ho. lD" l..tIDL 1 TOO CAN b hel in PATS I We pay the highest cash price. 219 FORD good condition. i I Ave.FORDPICKUP1946 I
is priced right and BORROW-On Bltlr I.r confidence. Box stock sales and W. Wachlncten. Phone 2-2882. i -1939 coup Truck Co. 711 W Robinson i 1935 Plymouth Cou
I
.aa tm. .Ireraft control call
0 Flute
responsible party. .ut. or fullln. at Acpt 88Ia. I 15 cxpericnce.L.oes.l For sale b ownr. motor; cools 1937 DeSota
-U. for E.dUY. show a North o.n".; t.o GOOD .JOBS a month7 No I rwd.nL R.terenc. Box WANTED To buy lo used car 6214. condition throughout; can be seen 1938 Dodge Sedan (Excsilect tUes,

A L Ohio,.Real relate.t Past friendly service. P 711 prnlu.. tai1 ...caO.. Postal 158tr. I from Idlldu.L 2-J. I FORD 1937-Sedan. the finest cleanest I at Orlando Fish and PultO 246 new paiatf

Office at Coco and Winter cale I RADIOMAN Commercial 2nd NO ONE CAN PAY you more fo your I best little car you ever saw.Shiny I W Church St.. ph. 471.
Meat TehDI.n Motor Inspectors. lc.t than finish clean and new 1946 CADILLAC I
I car Evans The World'sLargest I : .
on.lna New.I
class Radio-telephone R FEDERAL MOTOR TRUCKS- -
position.
ORANGE BI TuI 63. Mortgage Loans In.H.tr.Dmoltoa Tclclan I Married. State salary Box 170 Dealer.** rel.nlea of looking It.ror. perfect tires. Come I available now. lust arrived. Model SMS
neu and b. I 8tnonapbe. AccnLa4& I I' its antiquity.- Its and see bargain at R. S.
8-Star. 16M 146" W/B. ovcrsise'motor
N* better loca- an Gide Traffic sparkling Evans. N. Orange. IVs ton. "
ta.raDt FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS-On Mealc ne.n.s. See EHwoodEvans 40 4'7. outstanding 62" SEDAN 193( PontIac 4-door Sedan
tn lew masonry building. Priced 1 types el well located city and I.n Analnt EX-O.L, precision instrument mechanic at t Orange Ave. phone FORD 1936 Needs trunk i b all owners prorm.a.calf 1939 Hudson Sedan
,
I .n T.I. A real laae.oppr proprUe. ltr.t as low as 4*; YOI Regular Army D.d approximately I ; mechanical and electrical; 477L lid. Hoe coup. motor. 265. i Truck opr.ton.. 1939 Cbr.ler Bd.a-
fees. Prepaymentprivileges 40.000 men have tools and instruments. Call I ki-I'. sG Frd.rl Moto 137 Pontiae
J. R. E.
mont ,
22 tires auxi -
55Ma.
In.order fin RoblllD.I '
"eter. Realtor cor. Central .D c..td Ra-leW J.1 I t offering important "." 2-1478. I 75. ? Autos for Sale FORD. 1941, super DeLuxe convertible i i B 1 0 speed 65mL 4 This car 13 practically brand 193 Studebaker t.1(new paint)
Main; 2-O7(6. I tons 128 P I 40.0 good jobs YOUNG MAN-Experienced painter, Uan traupr. 1941 Wllln Station .
to handle peak
oaD.e. I like
: Etras.t
PRIVATE O& E SHIPPERS of cit- EOMX LOANS-To build purchase ur loDtl. t, U. men .ho can & desires steady employment. Phone AIJS'flN-1933. for .1. cheap. Pone Trade or offer.coupe Sharply :: 2324 loads loa auaUf.d TaadeI Axle Trailer or I new. equipped with Hydra- 193 Lincoln Zephyr 4-door Sodas

rug frt YOI can .tb1 your refinance aD reNI. Prompt service. St.nln pay la (75 a In ad- 2-t6. I $263. I W. South near Tinker Ce. .. Lowbed machinery tr.le. Orlando matic, radio, air conditibning. new engine ..c.nt tires)
supply plan mont I YOUNG 24. clean and Federal Truck Co. Robinson 1(40 Pontiac 2-door las UJ
.D -Ua Cl Cmplt' to food, MAN-A. BUICK-1942 4-door sedan; sal or I COUPE 1933; engine '1 'I Sdaa
by the "extra service I IC. luarr. neat non-drinker and FOR 10 and other Cadillac ac-
described in"Imdis. ..ar.extra warm lr. 1c.eme plan medical and dental care. banc | trade; see o.Dr; 2710 N. Orange tires; call 7087. Belma-j Ave. every
I K
,troves" .. Groves for columncrhaw specifications .D I..moeL Winter Loan for promotion is excellent .ld yon gmoker. 2 yrs. college: give references; I Ave. Winter Garden 1 east FORD-V-8. 1937. 1*-- truck; 7 j Priced below market I I r
Park learnvslnoble mmbltious and willing to and In" cessory. ISM
< Asency Phone Cocoa, skills and trades while lar ''AUOMOI AUCTION SALE Orlo Vista. new tires and new motor. (9. B
Winter Park. work has late
Aon. 224 Park Ave. serving. ; model car II con Pta
Florida._ _ _ _ HOME want help you Three-year enlistments allow choice I dlt.n. wants Job as salesman whole Enr Wedntaa. I 2.00 trucks p.m. L I GRAIIAM-l937 Supercharged 4 door Sheer. Ln..n. 1939 value. Will trade and finance. 1934 Cadillac Convertible Sedan (Bgwengine
or
& t us sU sedan. Car perfect FORD PICK-UP-l'37. It95.
WANTED Experienced but will consider other
PATE buy a build one. of branch of from thosewIth sl pr.fer. t.nr r.pt )
le. .nk. highest used car If you wantto Radio, new seat Ford pickup 1942 Ford
\ man needs partner withmoney We will give '01 prompt arc Office I .aanc.s. choice of oversea 'Ba 11 8tr. buy we will prc. mo.t and delivered with eovr.tag. Evans Bsr- tractor and van 11. cab over I93 Nub 4-door Sedan
and ciothinc trad con .
hours 8 during to tbetr still have openings. I makes, 1946 1947 i 1141 make offer. Used Car EVANS Ion Graham Super 4-door Sedan
engine us an R. S.
,.. Illudln. cain and
hot I have .> .a f atr. 12 Saturdays Pint Federal Savinsaand I start with the I 71. Airplane Kales and Service Good demand for clean late Lt. ern.r Ask Jim AeJ.. Errhange. 219 W. Washington phone 1935 Buick 2-0 S.a
SIM loel i
PbOD or wrt O.a. 110 Loan Association o ol S quire at your U. 8. Army': Don't miss these sales. phone471 f0 2-2S82. 1938 Cbn.lnor Sta.
Orsnse A. E Pine St. Orl.ndo P. : lug Station. Rutland AERONICA CHAMPION. 1948 model: I! we win e.ra be expecting you. Gainesville I HUDSON-1940 husiD.S( Priced N. Orange Ave. 1940 4-or nr
.. pickup excellent
PIN8ACOLA HIOHT lane lando. price Cub 140 I for ( .
CUB, LOAN $6300 5e. 1. 111.3 : hour Auction Gainesville Flor ..Ie. : 01' FRDI91n Furniture Co- hauled
dance n. b. eta Iu.. WAN3.0. total ; ,15. Bolt Apr ids. Mark.t Used Can N. Or.nl. 1938 Packard Coup
Liviag ( ( Crl..t I. B. 13 8t. I Sales Help Wanted call 8625.PIPE 5.AUOMOBI 281.I 141 W. Church.

Boa *171. Pensacola. roJ .. I 66 i AUCTION Every HUDSON-1939 4-door country club i FORD 1946 Pick-up trucks (2). I
I
Fl. CUB SALES and service. Im I
LOANS an types of property longer I ...
on p.m. I miles
Automobie. I Like with
I LDVZRTISINO-Ssiesinao I T..d.l. sedan. seat covers: new new.
BAMIC: paJ- Wou like t short low rate; immedi or salesladies delivery new cub trainersand cars. traD r .r 1. ITU
Jim Cumbie N. Or-
tra trct. I paint. 750. c. if desired. See at Inc.
Ca. 9.
who must have experience super cruisers. Cubs. T-Crart I
t cntac ao.. B. 145 8tar.l lt.1 I.t Orange.nI.. Barl. O.. Fedrk 1. I : .. ..aU pbon(143. and super cruiser for rDt Show alter I can to sell h this.sale.The From touristsare the 1802 Kohl Ave. j I j ange. 2-4521. 193 Packard 4-door Track Sedan

SALES buaineaa ala I II Pidelit Building, suite Airpark. 2 miles ..t Winter at :good cars in this HUDSON '6". 1940 2-door. Good FEDERAL-1939; tractor-truck: fully I QUALITY CARS 1937 Pontiac Convertible Sedan new

RIO r.4 .D fr.nh.r.pa DoIngS MAGAZINE SALESMAN-To work Park. Veteran T.I. FehUI I I sale. lot sale last Tuesiday. tires and beater. 185. Hudson. I I equipped. ft. paint top and seat c.r
loud full or part leadingmacaslnes. (? up. Come with the crowd. Live 1941 Commodore "8" el.b flat aJ:5'Ireb2 1941 Stndebaker Sedan
lu.t.L.. raLFlo LOANS Low cost! tie. Gof eOIp
1.0 Clrk wil an Bue.I UA EAT Horn I .al1. StPhel TWIN-ENGINE CESSNA-T-50 commercial -!j Stork Com. Co.. Lakeland. Radio and h..te. 1150. S O.le working. H 4 6" CIC Practically 1941 Hudson Sedan

OpPrult.a 5. 81 0- and B.. Bu o Jlaa Trt Department. Robert Hotl. Miami. 10nda. mo.L'e 160 MPH at60OO i BUICK-1941; perfect condition: radio Trailer City. Winter Gard.a dO. 123 Kal.!; 2-1138 dr.m.tc. new. 1939 LaSaBe Connrll. COp(sewtop.
phone 2- prpy. feet. since O M C-S-ton 1942. Long base .
Lbb. The Bankat OIL SALESMAN-Can earn (300 hour ; private owner: HUDSON 1942- 6. newpaint .hel p.lt conr
I.U I heater rean cub coup "
EZ8TLtJ&AN'-.eo10d in U>* heart Or"ldo 2nd Floor. .5 mont write P. O. Box t major. New constant .pd propel- able. Apply 1514 H lUlnels good motor Ues Jlra pl.tor. new motor, good tl. I 46 6" CADILLACRadio
11 ..
Ion .. LIke new.
of the trading area (-year leas and eo.eDon. 25-.att Cumbie Cars. Inc. 904 a. brakes. 1942 and hetr.
(1.200 Lear Similar ships sell BRITISH AUSTINS-1947. Luxuriousleather Jeep. Good tires and motor. General
Netting food proft. alk.forcessale REAL ESTATE SAM-Want' at rdio. at Reason interior. Economical t 2-453. Truck & Equipment Company; I '41 CADILLAC "Z SEDAN $9

at 110.. hd.. S Central T. K.Bastings. KOn Y A for loans -on I to work with e.tblb.d for 1.0..mDW at RI a- 1.0. : gift operate.. Riding quality of larger LASALLE 19 beautiful auper Rae: 9809.HOUSE 21. Hydramatio: raoio heater. A 4-door Sedan
Rat ..ld e.er1PFpnlea Must be .Wna and ccoperative to trying to turn aircraft Immediate R. 8. sport coupe condIton I ( really nice car. 8225O. 191 COI.r
IDUt.UOI deYO. $ 16'.
194 Club ConvertIble
Arcade; U3.TAURT Bettes worker with standard Box 133 S-Star. Evans. 4321 Stler Pontiae, 62 Colo TRAILER- : 140
-Main ..; beea- Phone 551.3.LTIVCTIOIt.cttrus C professional 162 Int e.b. 5 1395. j onably priced. Little Village T I : '42 CADILLAC FLEETWORD Coupe
lh.and win Wuet i .thn. B. 8-ta. TWIN ENGINE ratings on Grumman BUICK 1941 5-passenger coupe.Must I nia Drve. Park. South Oranee Blossom Tr.l. 7 radio and heater 1941 Pontiac

Wa Ime 1..rra.Exclusive.Blrdl SALESMEN. 8al..o.en Organisations Widgeon; land sea and Instrument. sell immediately. 11.0. Ph L COL ZEPHYR-1941 tires.4-door$1250.se- TAILERtn.mUt. bu paanKr new sdan.1 e.O way. 1941 Ford San two)
t. -Large 831-W. I HOU51
.2. Park
Winter
entatt. owner'Phone 1940 Ford 4-door
mothers. Bronzing Vetrn' triI. OI.ado Ar.lloa Pnvat'e 8253. $ 1.20. COat @da.IH
BU. 42 CHEVROLET
2-O04T or 31191.RZSTAURAN'rIsU. 1318 Sboa ,Cub. Ph BUCK 41 Special 5-passenger 1946 Imported 'C.roln. Moon Tr.l.r Pet. Nah 2-door SdaD
Extra
Radio.
Iro..n Fa Br01tt Yelao L A- original black finish. MOTORCYCLES 2 door town sedan.
oaulpnedi good ers and Cattlemen. .. Aniomobilcs for RentCARRNA Like COup within and without. British Enfield. Smal 11IL".1hl HOUSE TRAILER ft Silver clean car. (1.395.
72.
I Dome electric per- .
price phone 1 ;
;
loutll re.bl. SALES high Mechanically perfect: fully equipped equipped with ffrserator.
Pla W* offer a long term credit LY-Pol tn dep.rt throughout.Ssle I manmt 'Wle. '42 PACKARD "120" CLIPPER $995
lt. Dr. .311. "rl..lh meat grade In with radio atrcondltlonlng and driving -I I Rugged construction Ilnfprno bd.
,. A,. l geared t the actual Ir. demoltraLln. details IC.-HI.h Priced for quick sale. R. R. 8. Evans 6 electric DW. Sedan. ceJlon.l nice car.
RTAU-r.I loU .f .e. .pn. comAloD. season toresponsible Irbt. I prr. 14. i' 1417 29th St. 1941 Nash 4-0 Sedsa
"utpmenL .te 'arcnIJu. Florida stand r.d solve M. Poret 1-7\between 678ALESMAN.Wlth people. Call 2-1438. 58 W.U.ln..ton S. E..n. 101 W. Central; see Vann. W. C.ntrl. Pho. 4321. 1.75 1940 Buick 4-door Sodas

l.n.Ue.to. 81ene.. reason hl long term credit ero..r a pm. A.e.D. BUICK 1941 Special Convertible NASH 600-1947. Will have in : HOUSE TAIL&Tbnllnt...an '42 CADILLAC "(2" SEDAN 1(41 Pontiac 4-door Severn

RWII. Realtor H 4 cent lean De. Federal some experiencein VARNXR it Coup. Radio and heater. Not the weeks. Radio: heater; bed. SeU moem. .I.an "M" System R.4 and Heater. Looks and drive 1940 Buick .
N. Oranfe; phone 2-4596. U-DRE-I-Drlv 27 ft. cus- tor 8.
pr Bank. Many of yon know about building materials; to cover ( yoursel : low r.ts I hav* but a good bargain at cent. Bos 149 SSt.r.0LOB11139 Rntm"lt gas. electric refrigerator, like new 1941 DL. Sedan
loca counties from Orlando. Salary and mD 1295. R. 8. Evans 60 W. CentralAve. In lot tm buL
RST.t-.ntw. Let tell more D. Yam" 234 W. sedsn. 2 bedrooms 1942 Ford .
..n 0 commission, U-D.eIt Phone 4321 and ask for Wynn. romy. 42 CHRYSLERNew
bll to boat or d..lae II body alIttle 1941 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan
.ccunt Av. 2-315. l ridged Has everything! 24
remodeled : ; ft Yorker Fluid Low mileax -
fO against 'h good pickup dM.e
nat t. b.laNa commlton. HERTZ DRIV-UR-SELF SYSTEMWorld's BUICK 1941 Super convertIble. u r make system. 27 ft. Z. n.er. gas I 1941 Dotes Sedan
Harlow.. at el. U mnU. 15 H- D. Pel.n Secretary-Treasurer. ticulars .. o.prence. ace.. and largest auto rental system I Phaeton: new paint and new top; truck. 808 W. Central 27 ft. IDd..I. new. large a cart. 1.70. 1942 Dodee Seden

Dial 8188. 1. I. Sanford National r.ord. P. B. 312. Reasonable rates. Drive a new ear. Jim Cmbl. C.r. Inc.. 9O4 N. Or- I, Ave. _______ 2 doors, ld. Many other '41 PONTIAC .." 1940 BuIck 4-door Sodas

Parts Loan .Uon Banford.Florida. I SALESMAN-.-Permanent position .U with confd.Dce. also trucks for rent. I ange. 2-521 I OLDSMOBILE 1941-Hydromatlc "8": quality trailers. You not object Convertible coupe. Radio and beater. 1941 BuIck 4-door Sedan

BTAtT-y.tra. reuOD log high-trade building and 904 Phone 2-4064. BUICK 1941 2-door torpedo sedan; 4-door sedsn. heater radIo. seat to the price. Will finance or tradeon I (1.5 1941 Ford 2-or Sedan

e. eulk .. elaeO maintenance products this JAX-U-DfUVt-IT INC.-R.nL I excellent condition: radio heater; covers private par; 1095. call homes or lots. Wln.en 3330 S.Or.nco 1940 Ford Sedan .
a car '
r.ta.raa oP( DOIt the atlormlca .lellt Natln.1 firm, complet lne.. or jeep; low r.t. every car m, 1495. Original O.n.r; 6033.CHEVROLETi f 4785. Blossom Tri.HOUS5 4 door 41'OLSMOBI"M"heater. 1941 Cr.l.r 2-0 ld..
corar t 1 .t. .
counter 8 20. cmmllol. Wrt .urd Service No 1941 S passenger club OLDSMOBILE 1941 CODnrUbl.Co.p. j TIRP.I.ce: prm.- (1.275 1940
Pull t.bl. RaUI U. Help WontedFemalo000K011PER.And Dan.a t.p. (20 deposit: Call 2-t. 142 coupe. 1145. R. S. Evans 101 This tar has radio heater nent b; I 1940 Chrysler 4-door Sedan

walk eaP. Business .tl SALESMEN Interested in large e.m St. W. Central. McClsln. and good rubber. Only 1495. swntni. No. 96. Carolina Moon These cars sold with a day soar- U4 Lincoln Zephyr
II loss distributing electrical products S Ave. Camp: Edgar Nelson.HOUSE 3
general office W. Italian imported
60
R. 8. Evans !
monthly. Good lease. Beer C.ntra F'
_ UO.O Make an unim work. With well established c.p.a. directly to consumers. Write today 73. Auto ServiceAUTOLUBRICATION CADILCI91- first Black offer se Phone 4321 and ask for WJnl. I! TRAILER-Electric refrigerI .nt. 1941 Buick Super .-or ..

L.. oru. Fl. .; at. lu lorm.tOI in for exclusive t.rtoO. AddressSales above .x..U.nt; eondlton. OLD6-1940. Very clean 4-door. I ator and brakes. Venetian blldS 1941 Chevrolet Cp
.DUs b 11.Ile Br.k cal ,
ers l.lt atu.r 1. .rtll. e.pr.Dce. .d.eaU. Warren. .aaer... I.-R CorP. Washing 11.5 Radio and heater.Thompson ServIce lots closet space; new tires. J. C. McKELLAR, INC. 1941 Chevrolet 81 Club

Wale Pbon.23. .a.. .atd hI. long resident polishing complete tire and beUer CHVRL ..192. .pl.1 DLx. Store. Garland] Washington.PACKARD !. HOUSE fullyequipped Coup
frda. B. 15 Orl'ldo. 8ALM-U you are now covering service. 8 W Tire Co.. euh radio. TRAiR- "Your Packard Dale" 1941 Pontiae 2-door Sedan
for 128 West Church -1941 4-door .d.n; !i for cottage -
Stret.
RTAtT- For CABB.prlncd A wait Flrid. Lull.l. csn furnl Robinson phone 7546. tires 3S.OOO actual -. E. D. Oumlnlk. Page Ave. 1942 Dodge Sedan
new ;
342 N. Oranse A.e. Phone 5147
l.r N.Orant and I COMET MOTOR heate. 10
.. leas- 18th and OrsoseBlossom Cote SloP. .1 rt.ren. or nIght. Sa- SOT194. possible condition: reasonable 1941 Ford Sedsn (Have three)
8L Avenue. I that should act yon AUORPA. red IU. b. { HOUSE
Trait.RZSTAtJRAN'TOrsnas. .t W B.utlal fnIh H. : W. Yale. TAIaiZlmmr j 1942 Ford Super Deluxe Sodas
CHZP-Muit experienced and also least an.ar. (75 per w.e." Wrt Central. lec.D Rmb a tr. debnr. 149. R. 8. : pr.ate par: 10 | tale1. 1941 Ford 2-door Sedan
Ave. Business b PACKARD 1942 "dipper" 4-door I Leaving for North
4321.
A. L P. W. I
Comp.D. E.an. Centrl. 142 Nash 4-door Sedan (One owneirar.
over 14 per IODt Will sell as1s. ..fteat A.a.. Coffee Shop 485It. Winter Park. .. 8a. AUTO PAINTING and Body Work. I C1IEVROZ.ZT-l94o 6 Fleetmastem; 2- _.D. Radio and beater ._I Apply first house north of d : eXcellent condition tnrc
is Courtney o.a. We complete satisfaction green color. A very beautiful fo I tor ea phone
180. T M. bn.22471.RESTAURANT CHECKER and .Inspector: dry elean- THE CURNSON COMPANY are repre at au.r'lt Pr"*. Central Flor door.' low lie.ce.; price .61.763.Friday only 1795. R. 8. E..1 6 W. Central 116. ask r.lyl. -1. ( LOOK! LOOK! cut)
R.at" o.n. for nation and Used
of
'log plant: experience not necessary; .ntt.e. a n.mbr ida's only paint M.nll' Phone ask forWynn. 1942 Oldsmobile Town Sedan
.
S.I' .G 313 W. a protected oven. Al Lively's .ut C.r. 101 H. Main. &49. 1.0. .32 ROUSE 21 1942 Plymouth Sedan
business. Priced Colonia.FUNA Aut I .h like
territory basis for the entire State o B r
Shcp. 3000 N. CHEVROLET 1941 in good :-31H:0l
;
I-2O47 or "contact Pin e.1 Code* HELP and floor help; of "Iorlda We need aalesmen .: 80. I tion. Radio and 2 cd. PLYMOUTH 1939 Business Coupe. new. Roy Cler- LOOK!

; good wale good cars are eG to work. AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experienced Dixie Sales and h..tr. Boon A very clean car with rd.o ..ndhetr. mont. $1693

Sbop..u DAY"IP bours. San Juan T. l wb; direct t wholesalers mecal prompt service: i and W. South.CHItYSI.ER1932. S"te 695. R. 8. Evans. 6d W. Cen HOUSE TRAILER-New Moon: AIconditon
0101.. for housework; health Any Dot in- good .tok. accessories and Av. Phone 4321 and ask for I must leaving
.al..mn NEW SPECIALS 1641 Oldimobil 4-door HrdrsmaUr
.n.r r.t.ler. sU. o.n CAR
&
a Iad 1 co.a tires. D. Varner. Inc.. 234 W. Central sedan. Looks good-
.. cord: I phone over 100 dollarsper W/on. reduced for quick
rolbl. ed.a 11 Sedan
we' dtl.
o. .D o and win give excellent service foryesrs. .
33rd St.IAWMILL 24659.RouSZWoam.. week need not apply See Mr. R. : 23153. I Mambo 808 W. Central. PLYMOU 1941 Special DeLuxe .I.. El Punto Park Falrvllla on 441. 1841 Plymouth dish Coup

-Excellently equipped com white: 8 to 12daily. H. Thompson from 9 to 1. Room 233 AUDBR JOBS and wheel I .daa. Rdi and heater. L Linser. 1941 Chevrolet Town Sedan (Maw
For No cooking Church and Maria Building Orlando. .111.at. Wheels Clean .d .. A b.r.1 at HOUSE TRAILER New Royal 4 FORD An
with G..Hom. 1arce. maroon Cvmll Cp. paint and seat eovers)
plr .
,1.t.w aD .
Florida.VETERANS only 1295. R. S. Evans
laundry A. -
or ; B. 171 S-8tar. Cv 6 with dolly for sale very deluxe equipment. JJ941 Chevrolet DeLuxe Sedan (Ear*
.
R.do
a Prance Sons. 1010 W. Church. CHEVROLET-1942 Special DeLuxe tral Phone 4321 ask for
equipment and Now KITCHEN and wanted.Can -A real to succeed Av. reasonable Orange TrailerCamp. three)
IWd. H mal c.ac 2-door: 1095. 1946 Motorette. (223 W nn.I )10. log lights, white sidewall -
.tle. hlh.a, as* of 3 Houa .Civilian .r between .AUTO BODY WORK and painting; 1939 Plymouth 2-door, 545. 1939 Sbol.b.ne.HOUSE .pWabt 1940 Chrysler Sedan
.ll about 8 aereg 1 furnished. Phone LaOS Wales. 21 and 35 0 svesesrs desire excellent work and a"lc Rambo, Special (893. 1942 PLYMOUTH-l939. Extra nice sedan: Ford V-8; 25> I disks. 2. 1941 DeSoto 4-door Sedan
eluded to to become successful salesman 808 W. Bulk eo.p. very special clean; 995. Also 1937 BU&1131.
115.0. Copl.t LABORATORY CeltralAIGNME New (1395. 1941 000 : : gas .. 1941 Plymouth Sedan
.al.bl in ou ott a.-.1. ed TCIC-TraI earll the kind of income you've Free inspection. York.r. I in co.h.p. (S9S. Silvers PonUa. .. mi.. .ao. r.fn 141 Plymouth DeLuxe Coup
!. ; fo blood ba Pba. UI wanted but find- Ford station waeon 995. 1929 Studebaker 62 .. dJeln. Gul 8t 48 CHEVROLET Style- ,
c.lda.t Dr. tion. Orlo
A.Rt 1 Pomp rep.lr by expert mechanics. ledan. 295. 1938 Ford Tudor. VI.ta ODJ. tn 141 Pontiac 4-dnor Sedan
..
o.. Phone 41' Phone 2-7364 between 1 A.M. 3OO (245 1935 Chevrolet. 1938Packard 2-ton blue finish. Radio 1942 PontIac 2-door Sedan
LAB for Snl I HOUSE ; 18
Sunday and Monday for I I:25.:: TAILR2 f&Shult. muler
THICN-EprDe. I
SODA FtA.Ilcb.tt Ilt It.re. Orange. I convertible 1936 PLYMOUTH 1941-Deluxe -or ae : $1995.
; Dtr' Pe. di 2-41 LADIES Earn (1O-(15 daily. dan. This the biggest lo eod.Ua. .Imoa an beate.
lr' .Id : r AUTO WRECKER Day Dodge 2-door. (145. : I l ba'1 n .; 14'1 GaI
order .a street location tay. time. Selling diet from and nleht. 8ERVIC Station 1 sedan. 295. 1940 i:3emloja you win find. New motor radio St. Winter Park. (I19J

county seat Ru.b. rent MImPtlt by week: a t tuner to For p.rIClr Dr. at C.t' Street, 1938 Flat. 395. heater, rubber clean appear I _
lone .. Priced r. Wrt Box fam plea. tl.phon. 6559 United Wholesals Supply_ 1 ColonIa phone ,,,311 W. Wasb.ton phol. 2-282. ; ance. .o 1 for (1025 and it I HOUSE TRIL. 1946 4. P..nd t'f KAISER tn Sedan. New 1941 Chevrolet Coup
I
lee .r.UW. da .3rd- Y. AUTO WRECKER-Phone 2-3741 for caq b Inanc.d. Tb.r I no catchto c.f. :1 t stove: Eer from factory Price can't b beat. 1941 Chevrolet ft-passenger Club
tUe
with cplt MAID- ;.&7 p.m., 6-day week; SPARE TE WORKER. Over 1 any auto emergency 808 W. Cen I 714 Oak ... I Come to culating heater. all fixtures Factory list price 12275. our Coup
EIPOt include Ick cole general housework; Hour! N.le Plat. for tral Ave. Rambo. "Orlando's Official CHEVROLET '41. 4-door. 995. I like new Reason for selling I 1995. 1942 Studebaker 4-door Sedan
special price
01 If pho. 8$; 234 &. Miller.ffURSES. Doors. Write Boa 1 Trunk Sedan
rr.n. II : 181"ta. Wrecker Service. Special DeLuxe: new paint: A-I built new home and no use for same 1939 Cadillac

.lt e ch cut-off Institutional work: e.pn SALESMAN l daly.Pullpart BODY AND FENDER condition. Mwsner's Gaan. Phone PYOU 1932-4 cylinder sedan; Price. 1261. Box 15$. Leesburg. F... 1942 Chevrolet Coop
Jtt al" 10 and repairing and 2-2974. Pine Castle nt mechanical condition or P. Park. 1941 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan (Have
one t Denta t from F. tn. zc.l BOJ.r. City
a with Box nerOu 4 tte.iIJl" paintIng Etu.tl' Itdl liven. I ; ; S. Garland. 2- 4 FIAT Convertible Coupe 4 for- '
.. Minneapolis-Molina unit. Wrt 111. manuf.curr Por par Satisfaction au.ranlHd. Varner. I CHEVROLET 1941. 2-door sedan; ph I H : TRAILER-Beat the no vaI live)
10O ...PI power saws, ..e tlul.r. Whe.. Supply. 234 W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. I radio, edrotr. heater; good con 3381. I I :sign! Glider. 28 ft., sleeps ward speeds. 5.6 miles on a 142 Dodce Sedan

tool and equipment. .allOu RECEPTIONIST-Veterans' Real 15 63rd. LUBRICATION i dltlo. 8 211 ti. Oranse. Phone PONTIAC-1346 station agon with 4. euIppd. blankets dishes gallon of gas. Price i 141 Oldsmobile 4-door Sedan
I 28 B. Court dial LADIES Bliellubrleatlon is 9225. I aU the ..Ua regular rt..1 prc.; i etc. and pricedin $9. 141 Oldsmobile Crab Sedan
soul: Allis Cbalmer'crawler t- \t Aeo" : Kara extra money: showing scientific lubrication Oi 1
I thooroulb win pick-up truck in sell (1475. Morrin Sedan
a : 141 Plymouth
Cletra crawler tractor 2 Spring styles of guaranteed Maisonette cranny" of CHEVROLET-1939 sedan. Meehanij .c.pt .T'alrar'HOUS
your
I"j I EnOnok .ld 62 W. Colonial Dr. I '
Stivers Haven S. Blossom Pontiac Sedan Canp
Orange 1941
ders. 4 u 3-pole trailers frocks: ia your spare time tck Smooth running .I cally lot da shape. B. burned. Pont.c. I 48 BmH AUS Sedan. The
mule ApPUt 1V, million feet STENOGRAPHER-With office ex- write box 37 Lockhart. Florida. ; l toucbed assure you. Will -.. good truck. I j PLYMOUTH-1947 Convertible. This TRAILER E.lppc finest leather upholstery and 142 Pontiat Station Wagon
pine perience. 18 30 years old. Phone Safe .r W. Central Ave. la a dream; the price i* right: Martins bed. electric stove U
mre .. MOST R.mb
LU !
t UNUAL'OPPRT- ..p. h.rdoorpl.co i 101 N. Mam. 8409.I I steadiest body any car con
Central | Used Cart.
i on 8143. Fidelity pulldtng. Suit 16. For makes easy. CHEVROLETS wiring: ready to use; good tires; reasonable o
Inspection invited. 173 Pa tl. fu safe .par dr.nl eaAm I 8 Clean throughout for cash: by ph. 5033. structed. Economical $1295
1m... B SODA FUNA HEpr"n time. No ..prleDe ae.r I. ple.sur. Or.tI' I Choice of ) ;U'as PIERCE ARROW .n.r t opr.t
not investment re.lr. Southern Stores. 692 N. Orange; dt formerly Aaxicab $ ; new tires: new paint; engine HOUSE TRAILER-New Zimmer IT. and quality. $1491.
TEA ROOM-Winter Park. Cateringto leeaO. G ho.r .0 Bart. Star B. 51 Fan 2-1850 I la running condition. : : perfect. Ph. 8090. Reasonable. I tandem. 3 rooma completely fur fie .ldml 1942 Chrysler 4-door Sedaa
.APl t t.ebt P 0 : 1942 Buick 4-door Sedan
high class clientele; completely tacy.SHOE. calf Bids. SAV-U-PAINT SHOP-See us first; [ Evans Bargain Lot call 4771. PLYMOUTH-1933. Come out nished. 125. Private owner. C.

..P and .peUD price. 1. SALES LADY-Experienced In WE MAKE complete line finest quality ; I' special; any car; (23 to (IS: al f I CHEVROLET 1934 coupe; clean and make an [ coup.. E. Harding i Brown. Park. Rt. 441. 141 1941 Buick Buick dab Convertible COBP dub Coup

pu dt.1 34 Pak e. N. fitting children's shoe*. Wilson's paints and protective coatings furniture r1t 1501 S .! inside and out drives nice: ..cel Avenue. | across from El Photo Trailer Park. R S. EVANS j 1941 Buick Convertible Club Coup

YOUNG BERRY FA-lkne. l Sho 8y>re. 16 N. Orange Ave. for fatorea stores garages sbo' phone lent motor; 1: J. R Smith. PONTIAC 1941 Sd.D.U. New tra HOUSE TAI HI. Empire 25. (New top and paint)

causIng present t.a SECRETARY STENOGRAPHER t.r bucD." homes. j I TRUCK-TRAILER REPAIRS'-.Brake Robinson.CHEVROLET. heater and d.froster. I 1 used. 3 .\ e fnrnish1 400 N. Orange Ave. 1942 Chevrolet Aero Sedan
hie living her rears to cover territory. |I Used Cars, 242 N. Orange phone Roser. Village. S. OrangeBlossom
lo Gift Shop. Permanent resident. pnd.bl. I service: frame work: body rebuilding 1941 Special DeLuxe r 1941 Chevrolet dnb ConvertIble
Trail.
leWI plants .D be.A Irrigat Writ t Box Ill helpful bat not essential. ; motor rebuilding; paIDUI; I 2-door Sedan. Radio and heateri 2-4814. J Phone 4771 Coupe. (New top)

.V1 h"l 101 cot season. 8ta. Liberal commissions. Canc steam cleaning; welding. V. our i very good buy at only 1195. R. S.E.al PLYMOUTH 1934. 4 door sedan: BOUSE-TAlma For sold 1941 Chrysler dub Coupe

.Clay .oer bunga STNORH. c.pbl.$. Pr. & become field manager buid tie palm.nt plan. d.M C. Tck. 6O W. Central Ave. Phone new tires; nice shape. Ph. R Glass The CeD 1942 Studebaker President Sedan
1. a1d permanent I tral Florida leading trailer aalee
.t.c CDto Wrt t proftabl. bu.lnea : ask for Wynn.I I
Roots for Box 180 8t.r.WA. Tal.Dstrlbutor Gn 2-701. 1942 Dodse Sedan
ehi k
i.e-* Write
B Dept. PaintCompany. mat Truck .. service. We are offering a few
Exclusive with cw. ... B.'I.. M.dll. E.lpm.at 219 !I CHRYSLER 1942-New Yorker sedan; PLYMOUTH Station wagon 1941. I '': 1941 Ford Convertible Coop
&2.0 white; room McRae: dial I at greatly reduced Our I
prlc.a
989. | radio heater and practically new Good condition; good tires. Bern- 1941 Ford Station Wales
Head is "Small Profit
1:5t3-51t0t51: : 1 & .D bare W.ltre UP TO (23 WEEKLY-Gorgeous line I ST. upholstery. Car like Tro.-
H.e.1 a -Auto service; automobile i rung a scared Curry Ford Road intersection 1941 Oldsmobile Convertible Coup
Winter Come for yourself and ORANGEBLOSSOM
h.rdt see
Slal. Hotl. Prk. Ph 4 nationally advertised dra' paint and body work. smooth quiet t
f.lrlw. Ibblt Pie Dr. 1941 Plymouth Convertible du
YOU
1 ae Interested WOMEN 18 t 45 ,.a of axe W.D& Thrifty economy prices .U I. accessories open evenings R. S. .D. 400 N. Juda. Big limit supply bottled a. Coup
restaurant, her 01 I A55' Special DeLuxe beds and chairs. We trade
n l your ed for cxpertenee sight: pay you big proft. No csnvasslng. Sunday. work I, I PYMOt-194 tale
Lone established across c.fetr pUon investment Al eu.ran new car. (1.745. the balance on easy 1942 Pontiac 4-daor Sodas
of (100.00O yearly 101 Easy to .arln ted. Ph. 2-4284. N. Mills St j CHEVROLET 1946-Special deluxe Olin'a Used Cars. 242 N. monthly terms. Sunny South TrallerPark. 1942 PontIac Sedan
- t earn, six d. week. Uniforms fur necessary. Your own I o.n.e. ;i
r I
tion Folk County so coanrlblo' coupe; new: beautiful i phone 1 1216 Orange Blossom Trail.LNTERNATIONAI.It MOTORS
o 1. ,1 nished. working bonus, without cost to yon. FashionPrck. 2-81.
73-1. Auto
ol.lo O.ae we t n Appl Iea Cafeteria. cndWol. C.A I Dept. 4'71. Cncn..b. ,. ParsAccesore I Inc.. 904 tlnlb.. Jim. 2-521.Cmb. C.n I!'I PONTIAC '42 Station wagon. A: i I ton $1395
this car needs Is a driver. I A good truck for any kind
P. PERMANENT SEAT an Pc
AUTO pla
::
ticulars 1005 W. CHURCH ST.
writ Owner, CHEVROLET .
CVNew. : 1941-Special
.1 > to sell at 1195. R. S. or work 121$. .
lI .
Hard- E.a.
WAITRESSES & rood and f tic and fl and 1 I atrIU: l.aD' B."all 4-dom
.I. W. Witr Baven. and board. (6O .pr. apply Flord.8to.Dp.rmen'. Car desirable. solo fans .t Kenon covn.A.to SPU.bt. 674N. club coupe; radio and I Central: see Vano.PACKARD I corner Garland Amel ploD. 1942 Packard Sodas Custom Clipper

I Wablt Lake Wales. mODt. Frll references. Boa (43. Orange Ay. Phone c.pun.l.. N.d..a. .i. Cmbl. C.r.1 |i 8-1942. 4 : Clipper. 471. Ask for .Jim Mll. 1942 Ptrmmrth dab Convertible
10 3-521. AH .
Tryon. AUTO SEACOVZRS-Made to fit looks and runs like :car. TRAILER Kimball; dolly: cost (175. To
SPECIAL OFFERINa.. WAFor dining room: e. 1941-Special deluxe 2- new and 3 spares; battery I I sacrifice (125. Bill Coupe
5 LIberty BE your Convertible Goodyear CHEVRL tlc S Ebo. Buy Sell or TradeS 144 BrstMh Austin 5 Sodas
a fo. SueLWAIEal.nc ENE-.n R.llh I cr. tP. \ new paint runs good.Jim new : new distributor new Orlando Trailer ,
_ _ Retail I IY.c Products II Co.otl. G I airfoam for all para Also 'a Pra.I 142 Chrysler RoYal Sedan
St. Is. Manufacturing apply t Inc. 9O4 N. Orange. carburetor; no rust: trailer hitch Us.NEW.
(tood Star*. (25,- 311 W.no nearby locality opn. Wrte furniture upholster Body i $21.I welded to frame. Ralph Netson's TAIZme Tantum. 194*. 1942 DSoto 2-dwor Sedan
Cofe SoP.
Gro. ,
Rbl.
Phone
Rawlelgh'a. Dept. Memj 1280 Orange Ave. 2 sleep
Worka Sedan
Grocery Ito DeLuxe Trailer 2' Tr.lr u moU 1942 DeSoto 4-door
0 1. >hls. Tenn. r Park. 478 or Orlando 2- 42. I CHVL (94O-Special deluxe I TltuyWe. 4: br.l. 2 dolly

these a pn.looking be fo r.a MORRISON CAFETERIA wants whitemiddleased I CAR HEATERS-Gnu guards sodfloor i I j paint good mech1 1 PLYMOUTH 1935 2-door aaD I Ralph Rbl. N.IS'. I. Trailer -. .
women for antcai conditIon Cumbie Cars. leather upholstery *42 Csm .
.0k.
Ocorcia 41 ton Schiller. Realtor. M red.. experience Paid vacations necesaagy hospital P.tO plan.- 67. Epuyment Agencies 235 S. Orange mats. :Economy 6443. Auto Store. | Ine9O4.. N. Orange.'2-4521._ _ j tor: new tires. 375. Phone 6344. m I TRAILER-TI..vle.I New. Sparton .or; cost 46 FORD 11433

Please apply at once.JACKSONVILLE'S BROWN'S EY AGENCY I FIRESTONE TIRES-And 4 I CHRL 194O-Special deluxe i'PLYMOU- 1939 4-door sedan j (3.350: will sacrifice fa quick sale. ; 1941 Mmarr Station Wagon OJke
And NUr' Re.lstO. I you want new 600x16. six ply tires .b. ', ea.erble coupe, new top. new' I'i reconditioned. new Cal T. B. Bickel. Fishing Lodge. teL CnverIble :
.FOB DIV&FWD-1 LARGEST department If you paint to appreciate. Jim i I paint. Prophitt and 500 Ciermont. Fla. S2275.00
& com
see
.ark CltL I 2 new general dolly tire and cumb H.ubtn __ 194* RrWtoh Aaatta 4-door Sedan
has
store tub
_Id.ce tel.t oplnnfor want help. can 14x45ORalph I Cars. Inc.. 9O4 N. Orsnee. 2-521. W. C.'rl. 4853. TRUCK-GMC. dab
mom highway near Or department 131.COuSLY RbY Nel. D ton fs. newI 1942 Feed CoarerUMe Coup
lD High and dry land. anti in the following m.I..er phases SEVC Luxe Trailer { CHEVROLET 1941 Special deluxe !I i PACKARD "110"; sedan. Immaculate -I I tags A-I cditon'D pr.at owner (Looks and drives like a *4(.

Burch. Broker U 8.111.0.i tailing: (1> sporting foods (2ff PAINT I ndo heater priced to sell at i interior, original black finish see at B and S"ke 8t.tln 37 W.1 46 DODGE exceptionally doss thruoat)
i M pantry (4> 1: bookkeepers: help. I SUPPUAteDUoAut: ( Clifton C.l Forest Lake excellent mechanically. Yours if ,. Jackson. .

SMALL-.Established business Ct.(3 het. These are tll$. e W. Church dom.t St 10bi pit .Id yon b7 wit.hoP.color for' j Academy. I W.hurry for only 595. R. 8. Evans, 101 .TRAILER-National. 24'; nb' \\'i Ton Pickup
Central
or Winter wDt lent for individuals experienced PARKZR EYU SERVICE all automobiles la or i DESOTO-1940 4-door sedan: 1:: I : see Vanl. !': condition: new tires, awning. 18' $1375 f 1900 and Over
Orl !k In department store retail I you .alt need help enamel. Also t.p ..Ddp.pr; gand- I really la good condition: (995: : PLYMOUTH 1936 coupe. Looks and outboard motor for

PRIVATE B. 111 &ta. l.. Wnt in detail .t.Ua age. edu e.l 2-18 3&Pine. tog d COpd Smith i 'I F.lrb.nks Winter Park. 29. i and drives nice. Stomp down good Must sell. A Orange 194* Ford CaaverUM Rub Coop
S. one. (250. J. Smith 33 MaDal
PAT Ila Eobiof
hl Sedan
wCQ.r doorsedan. R Blossom Trailer 1946 Bash 4-dMr
Pit
eQrele. DESOTO 1942-"Custom E
.U'homes : earnings and marital .t.ta 69. Work Wanted-Female ,. Ph. 2-31 When betterpoints ; i i{ perfect running 3 42 BUIC 1942 Chrysler New Yorker 4-door
oa lake front P r- : ; rooms
a recent photograph with application. are have PONTIAC TAI-La. 2.
your .
turn-over at l.de t.: new radio 1937 Completely'overhauled innerspring 1 Sedan
e.eDt .pp.ran. cp. Special '
- huh rate of interest. Replies will be held in strictest COMPANION TARAt&U- I sale ( $. Evans, 101 mattress. Electric brakes almost 1946 Ford 2-door Sodas
O P. O. Box 2533 168 S-Star. bent m.rne. n- prIce R B 11 R : 3
--7- co"ld.n. B. good driver. ..* Ba 13. .1 tr.t. .10. 400 N. Orange. 4771. W. CentraL & Mc.la new tires: throughout.ia Sedanette 194 Caddies -62" Sedan
AVON INC.-Will train 8Slam.FAMILY. F. Goodrich Robin- PONTIAC-1541 Custom euhpc Radio and Heater 1942 Bales Sedanetto
BARB is A 2-bedroom frame bunca- PRODUCS 1.14 DODGE 1933. ; A-I cndI Tompedesedan. > excellent eondtoa. 111. Paul
.or
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>*w with inclosed porch .oea and more per WASHING-Women's dresses In Oarland.TTRE3 to. (350. Can b seen a '! Motor railDe 4 Kier, Trailer CI.. Wltr O.rdea One Owner Car 1942 ScOt Sedaa Beactlfnl Maroon
"'r room hour representing our pract and shirt specialty. 318 South AU sues for tr1 and I .. brand new tires: b7 Fla.WHTTE. ftaish. very ettmp thraouv
.Iopll all Women now employed need lot Division! St. Marcus I in 1trr 1942 Bolek OonvertlMe Coup This
ap Roue. $1475
1. 111 .. .tooe .ul. DODGE good pre .dlt. Spi Pn -1942 ton
frnt. Io DI 113. .adl 21 .tk.
.. ep (" .C Is strictly "hoaeyt
B. Close In. Wrt 1..bhc.Uo.. t HOME LAUNDRY-Large or small S Garland ad R tion; a' B'raa 1. corner purpose 495. i oar a
.1-92 B.r
...tr ti. B.rt
Maa Mla Uo for tourist Dl.n Broe. Orlado bundles. Good work and prompt inson: phone '54' I Curry Fore F GalD and Al D Ask gain L corner Garland Amla 1941 Cadillac S-passeager Cop

curia Look service. 734 W. Livingston.PRACTICAL UC JACKS-5-ton at (15.25 and l rick .. Mills. Ask for .D 11942 Cadtfla 1-paaseager Sedan
tote this Help Wanted-Male Joe .Im Mm. 4 PYtt 141 CadOUc Srdaae
investment. is at Firestone, Oranse I
NEW S1MCA
Pr>e (22.SOO. aD 1&.75 DODGE-1936 4-door sedan (495. R I BR" Cnrb.' WHITE TRUCK-1941 2<*-ton SWB Chrvrvlet Myle Master SidsO
about H cash. Jamer- BOOKKEEPER-Familiar with 'I I S. Evans. 101 W. CentraL i cp ,1d. 4 for.r4 .p' chassis. Equipped with excellent525s20 I Deluxe I 194
Csrer. 70 B. Cea- .n N&Pon 2-31 S 0 Spa 147 Kaiser -awar Traak Sedsa
Reltr 1 ;
;: *** eral ledger and payroll; 1 C.I. ;'trnl. ea t military type tires. MecbanhaHy Ctab
> Carter.tokgrInnewbuIn 1 Equipped with Sa 1944 PtyiBoacb Coon
_ _ .To l.tr WRECKER booms 2 1 I spare
perfect. (495. R. S.
eon handwriting t P. O. Box SECRITARY-YSUIM. competent efficient i{ hand complete DODGE 1941 Concertible Club' i and wheel. Priced well under cost at ,Evans 1 i $1275 i; 1942 Packard Clipper Bgdaa
Orlando. W. Phone 4321.
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H experienced, wishes positionas A.a' Coupe. ; new top ctrl
rd i Plymouth 4-deer Sedan
P.I-D. : 191 W. 1948
with cable lower j Central
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19. S
makte 000Klc.ZIPZR-And secretary to executive s day week Dim's I 4 yard
general office dump.
"* h.6tr frtr. 11195 VR
Mottt. with ail aececunaenu and can be a (195.I H WH TUC-II1
good for couple. ..rk With veil established com prf.re minimum .l (40 per Holler =W. OrD"e. ph 21.J tE 1. mi.. (895.
500 a .. box 188 I 1939. Commander 40
full information handwriting .ek. Wrt. 1 DODGE 194L class STEAK R. Evans, Phone
Strtegel.- Whitney l 6 PYOU IOPEN SUNDAYSlR.
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F a.p good tire* B. P.
61e JP Realtors. "Met-, experience, age. euala YOUNG WOMAN and small baby and an good o*. la ., 4321 Station Wagon
cl .I. ..pt how le recat need good home live la; housework $ 74. Wanted Pontiae. 62 W. Colonial Dr. I CnOt F I I ZIMMER TANDEM ROUSE Trailer.
j
'ia Nlol fra Box 1 .a.a a3. Aut-Tailer : DODGE 1941 4-door .radio. I Trailers-Trucks for Sale 194*. must a u wek Best Heater and Spare Te
a bqpiae.55 BOX NAILER want A-l man; piecework seat good j I 71 reasonable excellent One Owner
Maybe coo AUTOS WANTED Late I
o.George PIOtet U.ASheTCeutrol : good pay steady year round 70. Work \ll I I the fairest deal- mo. P h.t.. c.r Cl. ca Apopka AUTO CAR TEVGKS-Bow available _at electric brake two Cr S. EVANS
man only Lock Case t Hol :: $1175
Jo.S Dr Robson Motors. Orange 48. I for civilian ample SUB- do fo ell three rooms Must
_ _ PR10C017 .aufacRra 234 E P. -0 BRICKLAYER -* White u en son TraU. S | and : ply of 1. A Truck t seen to 'Pe.t. G. Shaw, I CO W. Central Ph. 4321
V.lsvest ,oati. I 7. FOR 191 19 e- p.r .
R-F-D. Mt.
olen .1 L Box oa
d.pl.bl B. 53. .atln.Ue P. tlIbl. blde. o AUTOS-Red > Welding 1020 W. Church 1 Wt Dr
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if sell I
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a.an fo- COMBINATION COLORED COOK B. 258. Orl.ndo P. tp o you | City a P a.. S C' 1 Dora-Easti north. WE WILL ALLOW YOU 11 W. Central Ph. 5396
In. your top prices a C 24 A.e
u e.r.
lust past Riley's Camp on left.
It might p s.iillness.bL-JS. ." and butcher wanted. Apply at BLOCK LAYING-By the Job. o the i 8597. after 6 and Sunday. FORD-1941 2r excellent 22.CL 1946--New half too. $10 MORE ON"YO TAEI Garland 4 Amelia Pb. J-0978
: you tl Tramor hoar; twenty years' experienceMr.. H.rl.1 &li N. i condition: a.a l Martin's Used FRANK R ls.s brand new house '
Murray. Phone O". fu t.n 1139. (1(73; 1 3 down THAN"ANYONE ELSE Ph. 4771
ur 400 K. Orange
advertised. ,. 5Igr.severe CARPENTER ".' Must b "X. AUTOMOBILE WANTED-Want am, tWo '. <* c.. 101 I. M.1 8. 2 years for the Large R_ -

fUnc 1830. Dial ?Wa5 c2, first. class other need .p CAPABL.plabl. lady d.u. usable rar. any sue or model; M.Sl..n FORD 133 aradel-B. Crbl. CHEVROLET-1940 sodas delivery iaI slits of coed .bl.a.low I ALL CARS GUARANTEED 110 W. Central Ph. 2M)630io. )

310 :,1-, 'Gloved .4a Bude. ph11. elderly people 11.p.nl.a4$3 D.t i P. W. (Oa p a. t.I i Ger Savage. .ut Service X1 &I good 750.condition.Phone 4533.1947 tag. Barialaat >i W.TrafL nay next 201 I..Orange.no.i I






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Builders To Hold I! Visitors Club Hospital Funds I Page 16 \\r rnttnl-&tar Orlando, Florida, February 16, 1947

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To Entertain ity's." health and safety be improved. if they their are own to provide families.protectionfor ,\!Apopka Church Club origin of many of the best known

Forum Tomorrow Need StressedOrange The superintendent describedthe Miller said "visitors at the hos- :, To Offer Song Program hymns.The public Is invited. There Is
Tourney GuestsMore overcrowded conditions as.chaotic" pital can observe for themselvesthe 1. H. Meredith internationallyknown no admission charge.
I overcrowded conditions and
and declared that
All persons who may have questions regarding the Or- than 200 Florida shuffle- Memorial hospital already further expansion! under present any the difficulties under which the gospel singer will present _
I the famous Wings of Song w' F. "J.If"
lajido Building Code are invited to attend an open forumon board enthusiasts here for the filled over capacity last conditions would be "utterly impossible. -I staff working, without" adequate'' at the First Methodist program ?
I .
the code to be held by the Central Florida Builders Ex-;: Orlando Invitation Tournament at I month had an average daily increase -I ." He added:' I I space"We or have equipment.the most modem : Church in Apopka at 7:30 o'clock 1
the Chambe Commerce ,the Shuffleboard Club this week, I "Our hospital has never before !, the Church's ;jEsL
change.in .9f Bldg. at 8 p.m. to I, of 25 patients a day more .equipment available but if we had tonight on Happy _
morrow. win be guests at the meeting of than the previous January. it was sought contributions from the space we could put Orange Hour Club program. 1905Contractors _
The forum was scheduled-by,the< the, Winter Visitors Club in the I revealed yesterday by C. DeWitt the public for any assistanceand j I Memorial among the top hospitalsin Charles S. Givens, writer of
builders in the belief that most 01'' Municipal Auditorium Tuesday Miller superintendent of the hos we have for many years the entire nation so far as much of the Wings of Song script. Oar Fixture Display MercbutiSe I
the expressed dissatisfaction with night.B. pital. been able to meet the commun 1 equipment and efficiency concerned will be narrator on the program. "1-43 I-nu
N. Hills St. PhOB
the code arises largely from lack .H.Overpeck.director of tour- "A year ago "Miller said. "every ity's needs for service and space.Today ." he concluded. and Mrs. Givens will explain the
bed was filled and we felt that it is a different story. We I
of knowledge of what the code requires ist activities for the Greater Or-
and from lack of coordinated lando Chamber of said we would be unable to extend our have reached our absolute maxi- I
Commerce
mum but Orlando still is Want a clean waterfront? A. B. C.ALUMINUM .
facilities but with a steady increase growing A
study of.code provisions.The the Wednesday Music club will be Open Monday EveningsWARREN'S' .
and has need than
exchange was the motivat- in charge of the Meeting to startat on calls for hospital spacewe ever before for more additional hos- Aquatic growth removed from I ti CASEMENTSASH .
have been forced to for II
8 i care any body of water.
ing force behind passage of the pjn.
pital space. The need for a new
25 additional patients of
The every day I IN STOCK
music club's ensemble with
new code it was explained and I
wine to the present hospital
Mary Williams Cole, solo the past month. BRUCE THOMPSON HOME INSULATION CO.
wishes to aid not only builders but soprano
home owners to understand its ist will.furnish entertainment for "The only way we have been citizen building in is Orlando so vital and that Orange every Pho, Z-44M 423 .. Orue' Art.Orludo i Winter Park Phone 68 j Phone 708
application.At the program. able to do this is to place beds Insolarlums. HI OriMft Eva water ParkFEflP
corridors and waiting County must help in our drive !
the meeting Mayor Bear- Bernadine Williamson will be rooms. This condition impairs the
dan will start the forum by outlining accompanist, and Lather Livingston efficiency of our operations and
the program and the will accompany with his must for the sake of our commun- 1
points to be covered. y =fa banjo when the ensemble sings
the songs of Stephen Foster.
City Engineer Pat Berndon will view the annual 4-H Club poultryand
give a description of the city zoning Frances Fairchild win appear in : egg show at the Central Flor
map of Fire Districts 1 and 2. two musical groups with the vibra- ida Exposition as a special featureof --
J. E. Kelly general contractor: : harp. the meeting. Baetzman said. LQ rJ INC I
will offer a general description of Dancing win start with a grand ,yEy ES
the code and show how to locatein march at 9 pm with Knowlton's. F
it answers to problems to be orchestra playing. INCOME TAX
met by the builder. Overpeck said the public is invited Returns PreparedReasonable
An Interpretation of the code I to Join in the entertainment Rates
will the then exchange.L. be given. by three leadersin of the out-of-town guests. I OPEN EVENINGS 37 West Church St. _

Alex Hatton. architect will I THE REV. MARSHALL a DEN- MALCOLM B. ROUTT Orlando
State Fla.
I DY pastor ot\the First Presbyterian Poultry Council Tax Consultant _
explain buildings under the special I
hazardous classifications; E. 'the Church will be of honored at I I To Meet Here Feb. 27 II U W. Cure TeL CC75 DOORS OPEN 9 A.M.
regular meeting Yowell'sYoung _,
J. structural
Wolpert. engineer
Presbyters at the church Florida Poultry Council will
win theaters detail and provisions assembly regarding buildings, at 9:45: am. today. The program I meet here Thursday. Feb. 27 for. WE'VE GONE ANt) DONE IT AGAIN !
will be in an all-day discussion of develop-
general charge of N. P. l
I.tntute1
I tat
and J. W. =
Weismantel.
engineer
will describe regulations affecting I.Yowell. founder of the class. All I ments in the poultry industry egg ., .. ASSEMBLED HUNDREDS OF PAIRS OF
members are urged to attend. A quality programs and trends in S=
.combined occupancy buildings. special gift will be presented Dr.I poultry and egg marketing County MOVES MERCHANDISE =z HIGHER-PRICED BETTER QUALITY
A. E. Slaus n. ,city building Dendy. Agent P. E. Baetzman reported ,
yesterday. I January Average 42.485 i''
"If Ti.sweht... W.owER The visitors will be invited to I "Hlfhest ClrcBlattoa tm Oar Hlitery '
will .
Inspector briefly present I HOUSESLIPPERS .
snrresUons to members of the
building the building Industry code. pertaining to Gleason & BrooksAuto I INVESTIGATE !BEFORE YOU BUY a s

Oliver Joe Bailey immediatepast UpholsteringSpecial \ _
president of the exchange This Week \f ftft Ia .b ai
VO: ,W D07
JEEP TOPS
win act as moderator. sr
1 COST LOANSImtAllmrat I AD builders whether exchange Black or Tan Topping N.rn. Tw.a..a .
l*.. D *i. members and Seats Rebuilt and. Recovered '
I not any Interested YOUR CHOICE! ONLY
*o* tttfc St. PIt_ 2-isu ...
FIRST NATIONAL lANK 4tfe Floor
invited
persons are to attend. A HOME-TOWN TRANSACTION!
'" -:; MULES WEDGIES DORSAYS

7 *. &&&? ALL COLORS ALL SIZES

5"-._. ,r-t't? ( bS\\ ALL 1ST QUALITY!

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k ____ \ :>4Thk::: Lovely Dozens slippers of styles.for Most, solid all sizes comfort.in 7 _.41 ;,

each style. Buy as many pair as /
c you want. No limit. Feature

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RED HOT BARGAINS

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CHOICE ,J PAIRS

a b y Blue! y.- Darling bunny J I
4 '!
Baby Pink. shearling slip
i Jun Ir I i iI pert in Blue or
Quilted Rayon
Red. "Worth
I 'ON CNYRCNRatR a
p Satin. Sizes 2 lot mote," Sizes
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21 retE raRKINO : : 'I', i'I' 'I I IMINYTt to 6."A Buy. you'll s ORANGE AVENUE 1i IN 7
FOR CVfTONERf Ij ,. -
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400 PAIRS OF CHILD'SSLIPPERS NEED SOAP?

FINE LUXOR flj

0 FItoT MATgftAl .
ANOTHER
I TOILET SOAPS -
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Saveorer 50% on < 8 BARS FOR \ \
First National First! I ,3 each pair I Red or \

Blue-Soft comfy Eight toilet size .-

Drive into parkinglot sol and heel. cakes of soap. $ 3 5
1
: .\, Sizes 8 to 2. boxed for a gift 1
"
I '._ 0 .11I&I1......,' or neat storing in
42 East Church. St. i'' .w.1"5""O your linen closet.

e Flower scents! lit Floor Selling
Bring. your claim !

check to bank-have it 317 WOMEN'S HIGHERPENNEY'S PIECE GOODS DEPT.
.' '. '''j_: MONDAY SPECIALS!
*' --. .: '

okayed-and-it wlll*honored or t. -:, ::- .;: _: PRICED FROCKS Al I PROXIMITY-PLAIN-CRINKLE

.*** < ; : .,.;: .' .' ."

for 30-minutes parking : < : J. ':.: NOW a I DWPLISSE CREPE
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,.... > : White-pink-It. blue-tea-
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absolutely free! ..4.I ':- fJ rose. 30" wide. No limit. 39yd

,;, ."r,.. ''', ;., buy all you want! ,

.
:{. k 'fA FINE QUALITY! PASTEL COLORS!
: -. I < t

".. .'. \. '''J .(@, : ) .' k-":_. '_ S !.B.JDot'! PIQUE
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69C
> ; Fabric than 2%. In white
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pink blue maize rose, copen and green. .
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IRISH LINENCAM! TV
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; ore tHan 20,000 customers"

I.., "'i .. .. A WHOLE CARLOAD OF FINE CANNON

: .t }. call FIRST NATIONAL TOWELS FOR MONDAY SELLING!

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YOUR CHOICE OF/r
e .ryfOurth; in .Orange
person
; ,l ,:: : n 4 BIG RACKS! EATH .... ; ..,

: County. .That's why TOWELS ill

t t Rich Pastels. 2-Thread. ,.,' :" .'
FiSt National 4 NO LAYAWAYS! ALL SALES t 3fan sized. No Ltmitl et" '
---.t: FIRST NATIONAL is known as- FINAL! DUE TO THE VERY '

BANK SPECIAL PRICE NO MORE r ..

"A Bank for ALL the People!" THAN 4 TO EACH CUSTOMER -
at d/Ajtcutelir lI
ORIANDOFLORIDA .J PLEASE! (
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:- I We are cleaning house! We need ,. ti t' ,

room for new dress shipments. .. 1
"It is our desire that all who call here shall receive every courtesy We're combed our stock and hare 1 j= : BIG ?

1.: selected 317 much better dressesto u x44 -
..ttbei 6. tJ.tt....,......__ real
It will
give you savings pay BATH 3: \; -
you to come from miles away to i
lfeah.e r.dm.1 n.-r; brw..c. Ccrvor aoa eo and buy your share. Rayon TOWELS
crepes. dots sheers spun'rayons. t. Pastels. Few Slight
It I cottons. Many many others. All Imperfects. Save! .ti ,

priced to sell fast Monday morn f :.
Il ing! Be here with the Crowds!

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MRS.: HARMON, LEFT, PEGGY. AND MRS. JEROME PAUSE AT OFFICERS MISS WALTON CONSULTS MRS. ''HARMON ON GUEST LIST TIME OUT FOR RELAXATION. COURTS WITH MRS. ISABELLA I

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Official Air Force HostessThe

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sometimes enviable position of hostess at an Air

Force headquarters is exacting task, and in the Army

g
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c protocol as well as Emily-Post.:Such is the:task that befell a a

attractive .Peggy Walton, 22-year-old daughter of Brig.
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al h V* 1yic Gen. Leo Walton, Commanding "General of the 14th Air

Force: with headquarters here at OAAB. This series of five ./

,1. photographs depicts a typical weekend of the social responsibilities t

4' it itiL which require all Miss.Walton's tact and social I

aplomb in arranging festive events. Guests of Gen. Waltonover 3

the weekend, for a dinner party last night at the \ AF AYh

OAAB Officers Club and other social functions, are Mrs.,
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RELAXING IN THE AFTERNOON AT HOME WITH GEN. WALTON'S. TWO BIDDING ADIEU TO MAJ. J. HUNTER REINBURG, USMC, AND HIS WIFE

PET POINTERS AS THEY LEAVE THE FIELD


mony was performed by Dr. J. book with a white orchid from I for April 19 at the First Methodist
Miss Ruble Blanton Belt, former minister of, .which,fell white satin streamers.The i Rehearsals Predict Successful Junior League Anna M.\ WhiteOfMt. Church in Mt. Dora.

Orlando's First Presbyterian vows were taken before an i The bride-elect graduated from

Becomes Bride Church and now minister of St. improvised altar, banked with an Mark Twain1 Premiere HereThe \ Dora Mt. Dora High School and will
PresentingCivic
Giles Presbyterian Church, Rich all-white arrangement of calla graduate from Stetson Universityin

mond. Va. at the Ruble home.on lilies and gladioli with lighted Annie Russell Theater Is I as the traffic between the two June. She is a member of Pi
Of Mr.\ Shady Lane Dr. tapers in candelabra palms and OrchestraThe Beta Phi sorority.Mr. .
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Bray Engaged
preparing for its first world pre theaters. Of course, only a reckless
Given in 'marriage by her greenery in the background. MusI- I Pease attended Mt Dora
In an. Impressive home. wedding -- father, the bride wore a sand cal selections were rendered by miere,"Mark Twain,"which opens and foolhardy critic would Orlando Civic Orchestra Mr. and Mrs. George Jeacle schools and is a graduate of Columbia -
- ..... "Friday afternoon Miss Betty colored crepe afternoon dress Stewart Martin violin; Verbon Tuesday for six. nights. There will presume to judge a play on the under the direction of Dr. Kenneth White of Mt.Dora are announcingthe I Military Academy. Colum-
Ruble, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. made with cap sleeves trimmed Freeman, guitar; and E. J. Nancy, be two matinee performances, one strength of a rehearsal but making I R. Steady will be presentedin engagement and approaching bia, Tenn. He served in the Euro-
J. L. Ruble of this city became with lace, and a draped skirt with vibraphone.Miss on Saturday and another on Monday I full allowance for the fact that, marriage of their daughter Anna pean Theater of Operations with
the bride of Henry Burkett Bray lace inset.Her pink straw hat was Betty Dyer, the maid of the second of the Children'sTheater I f Margaret to John Daniel Pease the Third Armored Division. Ho
when the show will close there was'no scenery, no props, no Series by the Junior Jr.. of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. attended the University of Florida
Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. accented at the back with a cluster honor.was attired in a light blue i son
Bray of Nampa, Idaho. in the of pink roses and had a short crepe dress fashioned 'similar. to after the evening performance. : makeup, no nothing at all but a : League of Orlando at 7:30 p.m.1 I Pease,also of Mt.Dora. and is now a student at Stetson

presence.of.the two families and veil; and she wore long pink the bride's, with lace trimmIng. The other night rehearsals were and play and some actors. "Mark Friday at the Memorial Junior The wedding date has been set University.
in the Fred Stone,
a group of close friends.The cere- gloves. She carried a white prayer and wore a black traw hat trimmed j going on Twain" has an the earmarks of a High School Auditoruim.A .
in the Annie Russell was a milling
" r- ? l ,, W:' throng of amateur stage carpenters I success.It of complete interest I
i program
< $: <<.q0,
gloveS. Her
,, and long black corsage
i
"' Fred
to .watch
was of pink roses.- electricians scene, paintersand Is a delight to the children of Orange County: o. )
- Ii stage hands. Wilbur Dorsett Stone the expert at work.The ineffable '
Jack Price, cousin of the bridegroom and Richard Verigan were directing j with explanations of various instruments -'l
acted as best man. operations, 'and Shanghaiing 'I i air with which he strokes win be presented by this
his Imaginary moustache, lights I
The bride's mother chose a I likely looking passersby and shufflesimaginary orchestra made up entirely of local
black afternoon dress: i | an imaginary cigar or j
Spring
crepe putting them to.work too. .
Y z papers is a lesson in talent. Members of the group have
while the bridegroom's mother rehearsals about buS-
The are as
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black dress trimmed dramatics in itself.There seems to I played together for pleasure for I
wore a crepe
with blue and gold sequins witha be nothing that he cannot do and '.the past 15 years, being composedof
do well no part that be could not
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blue feather hat. Both wore an Visitor HereComplimented lines, how- music lovers from every walk
convincingly
- $ play no
orchid corsage. ever ridiculous in themselves that of life. The orchestra comprisesfun
- r Following the ceremony'a reception he could not deliver.and make symphony instrumentation y yf
was held at the home, and sound credible /
: lacking only numbers in the strinI'choir.
assembled in the rooms and
guests
I And in "Mark Twain" the lines
4 JriI on the terrace 'decorated with; are good, The dry almost bitter and in past performanceshas
Spring flowers. The bride's table,, At PartyCapt. 'I humour of Twain finds full expression proved what results can be

which held a tiered wedding cake. Stanley Smith was host i in Sherman play."Mark [ derived with time and Intelligence r4y
was profusely decorated with arrangements I Twain" is a worthy vehicle for the without being professional musi-
at dinner party Friday at Rapetti's -
a t I
of white tulips and exceptional genius of Fred Stone.
Restaurant honoring his
greenery. Assisting Mrs. Ruble in I The smoothness of the production I I clans.
Smith, who
serving the guests were the Mmes. ; mother. Mrs.his Allen for the past owes much to the patient and I Young musicians who have talent
been guest
has and desire to gain experience
..Braxton Beacham. Clarence persistent direction of Howard a
meeks. Mrs. Smith left yesterday -
two Bailey director of the Annie Rus- with good music as well as older
Brown. Julian Howard. Chester .
for Tryon. N. C, where she
Fosgate. Coite Hill DeWitt Miller: sell.No one who has not seen him ones who love to play are invitedto
Dr. Emil
will visit another son.
; rehearsing a scene and listened to participate with this orchestrain
Merle McElroy. L.B. Giles. Walter Smith before returning her
its endeavor to improve as a
his unhurried corrections and quiet
Effington J. C Otey. I*. B. Forte, home in Cape Catonsville. Md.
civic orchestra in the county as
requests for repetition would real-
Lontz and Kimball. included
Harry Betty With the honoree were
t ize the amount of work that goes wen as enrich the community. I iAif
wedding his
1 t_ The couple left on a Brig.-Gen. Leo A. Walton and
Walton into a Rollins Playerss production.: .The sale..of season tickets for
CoL
trip to New Orleans where theywilt daughter Miss Peggy ;
t but children
the has closed
This
production seems to have series
and.Mrs. W. W. Millard and
attend the' Mardi Gras cele-
tickets for
stimulated the student actors in desiring to purchase
I
Miss Darleen Millard
bration.They will reside in Parma daughter. ;
more ways than,one. Both green this performance may do so in the
P ..CoL C. C. Jerome. USMC and
Idaho, where Mr. Bray.Is an extensive Mrs. Jerome. who are here from 1 rooms' are crowded with people children's department of the AI- .
ranch-holder. : tearing each other's performances bertson Public Library or at the f ,
of
Quantico. Va. as guests Gen.
Out-of-town guests for the }Walton and Miss Walton: Mrs.-)[.i to pieces.. It Is all very good hu door on the night of the.presentation. ;
wedding included Mr. and Mrs-H.I moured but they are insatiably "
]P. Harmon of Maxwell Field who
B.Bray and Hugh Bray of Nampa. I' ';-
I crTOcaU
is also visiting tbe Walton: Capt.
Idaho: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hitch j and Mrs. Charles L Olsen; Mrs.I The atmosphere surroundingthis PINE CASTLE P-TA NOTICE 'j'w: :
of Guymoru Okla.: Mrs. Thomas I Isabella H. Livingston. Capt. and production is unusual. The I The Pine Castle P-TA win meet .
Graves of Morristown. Term.; Mrs. John E. HoUwedel: and period in which Mark Twain flourished '
axe Hugh Day Clyde Price and Lynn three friends of Capt. Smith who Is not so long ago and not executive i 4 / : :: : ; :
Carmack of Rogersville. 'Tenn4 so far awayAnd with Fred Stone followed meeting at 8 .
sIdurDen Staff Photo: McCoIlum. ; are visiting him from the University by a regular ,
MRS. Mrs. William Gaventa of Largo,. of Virginia Larry Thompson impersonating him-on the stage pm. Mrs. Ralph Miller. presidentof MISS ANNA MARGARET WHITE
HENRY BURKETT BRAY JR. Flaj& and Mrs.Mary Major of Decatur -I Robert Land and Corky. McGaue-1 I it Is difficult to believe that Twain I the Orange County Council of 1
'14_ e ma Friday.iIl home ceremony. Ga. Un. *is no looser Bring.' P-TA.1I1Il be the guest speaker. .-- a April bride-elect.

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t Auxiliaries t /
1bH t I r f

1 .tt ;

: Activities SetThe

J annual election of officers r, ay rs

rt will be the principal item of busi-

ness transacted at the meeting of i:
jZ Fh c : H
the Woman's Auxiliary of the First

\ .p Presbyterian Church on Mondayat Ii i
3 pjn.
The presiding officer of the
business meeting will be Mrs. Low- .
ell V. Baldwin who urges a full 'h t .
1 11s
attendance of the membership for
this election.The report of monies .
received for Self-Denial offering] I
for the cause of Foreign Missions .... R
; during the month of January will i { .
be given at this time, also. .t;: K
The 3 o'clock meeting will be ,
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44yD.0.4JYy preceded by the Prayer Band :s t :r..' .
meeting In the Auxiliary parlor b k ss !- /
pA beginning at 2:30 pm. and con- .>,
ducted by Mrs. J. H.Turley on the 1 ,
t
topic of "Broadcasting for Christ. "':P

Women of the Presbyterian : i 6i ,' .i.
Chapel on Conway Road met this tM: K
week to organize a Woman's Aux- ,p.; a
J
i-: lliar LYDIA
) O'LEART'Scovermark
; .
s Those present to form the organization ; .....;., ,. .\;& ,
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were Mrs. L. V. Baldwin } : .
,
president of the Woman's ( ".
Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian J 111 '

Church of Orlando ;the pastor of .Lk .. malts Wenfehnhmibli
the chapel the Rev. Jack Powell ?
F. Mrs. Marcellus J. Moss. Mrs. M.: MISS GRACE LORRAINE BENSON MISS HARRIETT ELIZABETH TURNER r

W. Boor and Mrs. Norman Wood Is engaged to Sven P. Pederson, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

all members of.the First Presby- son of Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Pederson of Harry E. Turner of Tampa, formerly of

MISS PATRICIA FITZGERALD terian Cutchen Church of Atlanta and Miss of the Janie Presby-Mc- Groveland, and the announcement was Orlando, who are today announcing her No makeup can do what CO>'ER-

\ .. .' her bethothal told. terian General Assembly's Com- made Friday night when her parents, Mr. betrothal to Clyde J. Webb son cf Mr. and MARK* can! With this mafia

Ic mittee on Women's Work. I and Mrs. Alfred Benson, also of Groveland, (Mrs. Clyde Webb of Savannah Ga. The cream, all blemishes-from minor

Mrs. Anna Goes was elected were hosts at an engagement party. The wedding will.take place March 9 at the Or- : flaws to large birthmarks-are

TVSCS Meeting Monday' Mr. Caruso chairman' for this organization bride-elect, a graduate of the Groveland lando Christian Church, and all friends of x completely concealed. Instantly
meeting. It voted that two ;
The meeting of the Women's I circle meetings was will be held each I High School was employed by the Watson the couple are invited to attend. Miss r your skin looks exquisite, baby-

First Society Methodist of Christian Church Sendee will of meet the Will Marry\ ,i month, the. business meeting on Laboratories at Leesburg before accepting Turner graduated from. Orlando Senior y h S clear. Come in and see well

Monday at 3 pjn. In Wesley Hall. the first Tuesday and the Inspirational I a position at the Orlando Army Air Base. High School, where she was a member of ;' prove it to you.

Mrs. J. R. Welli.. is program Local Girl With meeting Mrs. Goes the,third the following Tuesday Mr. Pederson also a graduate of Grove- the Sigma :Alpha Sigma sorority. :Mr.

chairman the subject for which" I I members were present: the Mmes I land High School, spent 35 months in the Webb graduated from Savannah High t In jars. 1.50 and 3.CO

Those will be taking"Children part of One will World.be the Mrs. Lucille Fitzgerald of this Helen R. Porrey. Ben Hodge. RebaSetUage j Navy, and since his discharge has been School, and 'later served for 2t/ years in 1.25''More
In Stick.
Mmes. Ruby Lee Coe W. A. Patti- city, formerly of Peoria. Ill. Is Sarah Savage, M. W.1 associated with his father in. business. the U. S. Marine Corps. I Spot
ehall and J. R. Wells. Mrs. E. L. today announcing the engagement Jeffcoat Julia D'Orsay, D. J.i ----- I
i Brower. Carey Hough H. J.
Reid will present solo.Mrs W.W. of her daughter Patricia to Sal- Schuur Jr. and Miss Daisy Poates. store of that name on EdgewaterDr. than a cosmetic .
,:Watson will give the devotionalI'Phistlitlg vador Caruso son of Mr. and Mrs.I j, Sacred Estate Wren-Cole I I .. and has made her home in .

Anthony Caruso of this city, formerly Orlando for the past ten years. exempt from federal tax.

of Chicago, HI. I I Kaley P-TA Of MarriageObtainable Nuptials Today ''Mr. Cole has been connected with i

The wedding will be an event Thomas and Howard WholesaleCo.

of April 9, and plans will be announced founders Day In PalmettoOf !'I for the past 19. years, MISS ANNA MAY RULEd

later. I I Upon returning to Orlando they
is ,
interest here the marriage
The bride-elect graduated from I Program Held By DOROTHY DIX of Mrs. Ruby Wren to Herman |(will be at home at 1920-W I
; Pekin High School in Peoria and A clergyman writes to me: Cole which will take place today Ave. Covermark Representative will be In the Store
<. attended Lawrence College in Appleton I The Kaley Ave. Parent-Teachers "If should
a young couple come 'at 2:30: o'clock in Palmetto, with -
Wia. where she was a ,I Assn. Founders' Day meeting was to you just before marriage to ask ,the Rev. Harris DeWese. pastor of Ii EXPERT ?, ALL THIS WEEK
t member of the Pi Beta Phi sorori I' impressively opened with the presentation your advice just what things: the First Methodist Church of
Pure Silk Ties ty. She is now studying commer- |I of the colors by the Boy would you say to them to place .Palmetto, performing the cere- WATCH REPAIRING I For Consultation on the use of Covermark
'
cial art at the Orlando Vocational i and Girl Scouts and the pledge to their new made home on a rock mony. Specializing in Swiss and Amer-
for Spring School. |j i I the flag and followed by a devo- foundation that would be firm and The couple will be attended by1 ican Watches. 8 Days Service. eo.metk.
Mr. Caruso graduated from Mt. tional Miss Mabel strong the ?" ,, Street Floor
by across
i and are we proud of them? This : honored i years 'Mr.' and Mrs. John Fitzgerald ofi ORLANDO JEWELRY I
Carmel High School in Past presidents I If I could one word I
Is definitely the best collection Chicago. were say more j i I Orlando. \
and attended Wilson College there. and a history of the past ten years earnest than any other to a bridal I.I. Mrs. Wren operates the 256 S. Orange Corner Jackson
of silk ties we have had in grocery
four pure years, and we have had He served for 3Va years in the of Kaley School was reviewed by couple I would say: Go to the I Ii i ij ,I ------..::.. -- --
mighty good looking ties, too. U. S. Army during the war part | Mrs. Richard Boone Rogers his- j altar from your knees not from a :i ---
But these really are something of which time was spent in the i torian. Mrs. D. R. Mansolo, presi- cocktail party. You are about to .
to gloat over. Pacific Theater. dent, explained the meaning of take the most solemn oath that
I
t Founders' Day and lighted candlesIn I i human lips can utter. Pray God
South Wind Stemware memory of two national founders. : to give you strength to keep it. ..
Mrs. Greene Alice McLellan Birney and Don't make a mockery of mar-
This is complete new series Phoebe Apperson Hearst this be- ,! riage by having in your mind the S .- :
In a lovely, graceful shape and ing Golden Jubilee Year. \i thought that if it does not come i fl :
design that is not too expensive. Gives ProgramAt Mrs. Rosalie White. teacher and up to your rosy dreams, there la .
yet has distinction. Also, some sponsor for the Junior Red Cross always Reno. A marriage is more
really handsome new highballs was awarded one of the first sponsor than the culmination of a love
with dull gold bases-thin and Garden Club I ,, pins. The presentation was idyll. It is more than a romantic : .I( j4
formal. These will be snapped made by Mrs. J. J. Mellow Kaley interlude. It is giving hostages to :
up for someone's Golden Wed- Members of the Orlando Garden J I School Red Cross chairman. fortune. It is settling the fate of -.S /
ding. In dinnerware, Wedg1 unborn generations.
Club enjoyed an Interesting program Camellias were presented to the I ,
wood Quimper and Deruta are Mmes. A. { Give all the intelligence you
P.
given by Mrs. Ray Greeneof Swaidmark. H. L.
= available .for immediate delivery 'have to selecting your mates. Do ,
Ricker. H. A. Finn
R. S. Pulsifer. {
with many-other patterns Winter Park Friday at their I I I and William Keiter all past presidents j i J! your sleuthing before marriage instead ,; _
which may be reserved for delivery monthly meeting at the Garden 1 ,, of P-TA of afterwards when it is too .
;; Kaley In the past
r in few weeks. late. Try to find out
a everything
Center. i I,I ten years. Miss Evelyn Long, principal )
that is
Brass Mail Boxes Mrs.Greene who Is chairman of :, ; Mrs. Mollie Willie Crux Mc- possible about the disposition 'J
;!: the brains the habits and
Graw
and Mrs.
Jennie
the Winter Park Garden Club's'flower Harris.
tastes of he life that
We rarely sell mall boxes,but teachers; and Mrs. Annie Reahn, partner you
show presented coloredalldea 1 are thinking of taking on, for 1 .
!: dietitian .
this particular one is Just right who have been with the '
she took of tropical flowers i'''I those are the things you will have
I for a really important house school since Its founding,were also
to live
I such as many of our customers in Colombia. Venezuela. Cuba and I''I given camellias as were Mrs.Mary with. Marry in your own <
class
have. We recommend this box Mexico. She also showed her personal 'I Adams and Ruth Esther Witten- your'own and politics.your own Congeniality religion and is .. '
without reservation for its good stein who
joined the
collection of water color faculty later. the bedrock which to build
'design dignity and service ; Mrs. Richard Boone Rogers presented on a );. ; :
ability. prints of the various tropical I the past presidents pin toi happy home. v | : : '
A great deal of new merchan- flowers; i Mrs. D. R. Mansolo. after which HARD WORK AS IN BUSINESS j s.1;
I dise has been' unpacked this During the afternoon, each circle the meeting was closed and a reception Be as determined to work as .v1S! f ;
week including swing bridge displayed flower arrangements t held in the lunchroom with hard to make your marriage a .
lamps with silk shades unusual to' be used at the flower show at t Mrs. Robert Brokaw and :Mrs. C. success as you would to make good ...- I\Ir. iI
cigarette boxes and good spring the Central Florida Exposition.The Blakey 'presiding. in any other business in which i ..' Jt
purses. There are some fine annual meeting of the Garden i I I you had invested your all. Don't j jI
desk sets from Mark Cross. Club will be held at Sorosison get discouraged and throw up your .>
Many, many new,Bridge Prizes.' March 1 with the business { Little Theater hands and quit because marriage j .
meeting starting at 11 ajn. and i isn't all your fondest fancy painted ,|I x ae ,
We are closed on Saturday luncheon af 1 pjn. Election of officers and you find that your mate I! "
AfternoonsJoy will take place at this time. Group Giving has faults and foibles that you j I
Mrs. Merle B. Mann. State presi never suspected he or she had con- I I I
Hawley Helen Ryan dent of the Florida Federation of cealed about his or her person. I{
i. Garden Clubs, and two of her 'Best Years'The Almost any marriage' can be w-I
'Located on the patio reached board members. Miss Ethel Enyartof I' vaged if either the husband or
from 120 N. Orange end Winter Park, State recording delightful comedy. "Best I wife Is willing to work hard I
35 W. Washington secretary, and Mrs. Harold P'I,.I Years" the first full-length play enough to keep it a going concern .
Bache Fourth District director, to be presented by the Orlando I I Every young husband and wife .
will. be guests of the club. I I Little Theater this year will should realize that a happy marriage -
given Thursday at 8 p.m. at bee is bound to be a co-opera-

Colonialtown Woman's Club. I tive affair. They must scrap their -,.
>
I Russ Rupp. who Is directing the individuality at the church door
comedy promises many laughs and thereafter be just part of the
RONSONWORLD'S from Raymond Van Sickles' once team Instead of the whole thing. 1 Beautiful Cobra .:
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Broadway success, which starred The thing that wrecks more mar- .
Marjorie riages than anything else Is the '
Main. The
Kathryn Tigner cast includes: i fight that goes on in so many "Pabbit Ear
as Mrs. Davis >
; households between the husband }
Deeis S. Banner Q1
as Dr. Graffia
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GREATEST Mary Malterer ; I:' and the wife over which shall be Sandal"r ;
LIGHTERVest as Cora Davis;
Alice ShulU the boss. The man has the head-
as Madge Davis '
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of-the-house complex and feels
Harold Langsdorf Mil
Betty Jean Wells as Milt Aunt Stotter i j that because he pays the bills he -.:
Gladys as Em; j i!lis entitled to rule his wife with an '
Pocket Size Flynn Johnson as Floss; Andy :iron rod.The wife, who is a female IOJ'P
as Fred Barton
; Jack Wells] I
i Hitler on her own account Is I n
in chrome as Tommy Craven; and Crystal la Black end Whit I
tortoise, Walston as Mrs. 'equally determined to usurp theI VtJ ;0 i
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Craven.
domestic throne. And so they live :
I or All Fuchsia
and solid gold. : in a perpetual wrangle that kills 24.95 k' 5
i love and respect and that eventually 0

Ronson. .. with its CAMELLIASPlant destroys the home. trep
And every bride and groom 1 e. '
famous, patented, Now should make a cast-iron resolu- jtq as a eio
tion never to argue, for that is the
one-finger one-motfon path that leads to the divorce \.
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and their
enjoy
court An argument never gets e'C. '
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action .Press. ..
anyone anywhere Into \t p'f. \O'
bloom this except a ,
Ifs lit-Release. .. I I Season. fight. So wise is the wife or the Ie ,a e et: \ Oet \\
Over 100 Varieties husband who walks high, wide e \ o
It's out. I and handsome around all controversial A"< .

to select from subjects. .5 Op e
I' But. after all. the whole of the o'"o \

l BEATTIE JET LIGHTERThe I i all colors beautiful to law make and a the marriage prophets a about success how is t. spas r t.S ago P1I
and
rare types. 9 .
II bound up in the vow that every pay o
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only lighter with the flame : : couple take at I 5 t)
you can point. lI the altar-to love c S: .,,\
When held upright. a perfect flame for cigars I:I N. L Hasly Jr. and health-for to cherish richer in sickness and In e'C .::1 t eo\o o '\

or cigarettes. A gentle tilt ... and the jet throws II 44 L Colonial Dr. Tel 2-2162 death do them or part.poorer All-that until t c.t 51e ",,bit" y .gyp ca't 11..V' \

a 2Z in. flame right' down into the bowl pf your I. I they need is just to live up to '<('\\: '<-; \\ S
pipe. Solid and 14K those promises. w ) : .
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Smith-Griffin



i Nuptials Held McMullen's


In St. Cloud .

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Mrs. June Johnston Griffin of ,,- '
Orlando and Edwin Turner Smith. __r -
of Daytona Beach son of Mr. and '
Mrs. E,,F. Ned mith, of Ladue ..-
Village Mo. were'married Feb. 7 "Party
.M at the home of the bride's parents. aFd -
a. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Johnston of I

820 N. Florida\ Ave.. St. Cloud. I| h/v a.a f .. tII\!

Due to the serious Illness of the t ,'
+ crt i t ay bride's father the wedding was !
very simple and only the imme- Linen"
diate family and relatives in St. '

Cloud were present.The vows were
: I Y. : :y
1y' candle-lighted
.4 taken before a
mantel. with .the Rev. Revilo M.

ftr f Standish officiating.The .

".. bride's gown was an old- I
fashioned model of pale blue spi- ;
derweb net with a Bertha neckline 1 r frosted with

and tiered skirt. Her tiara with f
shoulder-length veil was of match- J1 Irish type lace
ing net. She carried a Colonial |

r ? 4rAfr nosegay of pink carnations centered V a t r:' : (b;ar r '
with a purple throated or- J I ,i1"" .

chid corsage.

Mrs. Herbert M. Chimer sisterof jl

: the bride wore a pink net gown W xr;..-:,<.:'> \
and carried a crescent-shaped arrangement a 2
MRS. EDWIN TURNER SMITH of pink and yellow car- '.'. ': '::::' f; ., }

wed in St. Cloud. nations and iris and wore a sim- : >:.: :! .
.frilar. arrangement of flowers in her 4: / .: :


Du -Piano Team To Feature hair.brother Jay B.attendant.For of Johnston the bride. of St.was Cloud Mr.Smith's ,. ''oC; : ; t 1I


'Rhansodv in Blue' Mar. 5 her traveling costume. Mrs. -- .,. -
Smith chose a black dress the "
blouse being studded with pastel I
By WYNDHAM HAYWARD interpreters' of his work. Other sequins and wool embroideredroses. MISS ELAINE WILSON

Lovers of modern music and modern composers to be represented Her tiny hat was black cov- I betrothed to Robert O. Bauman. I '

especially the Gershwin fans will on the program are Claude Debussy ered with velvet roses. I *: -

have a program to their liking Igor Stravinsky. Manuel Upon their return. Mr. and Mrs.
Smith will make their home at
when the Symphony Society'' of DeFalla. and others, in addition to 403 E. Concord. Orlando. I Miss Wilson and Mr. Bauman

Central Florida sponsors its second Saint-Saens Moussorgskt Rim- Mrs. Smith is a graduate of St. '

benefit concert of the season sky-Korsakov. and Wagner among Cloud High School and is at present Will Be Married, in March
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March 5 at the Winter Park High the later 19th century composers. : employed by Rich Auto Sup-
School Tickets to the ply Co. hi Orlando. I Miss Elaine Wilson daughter of plans for the redding will be an-
featuring Ma-
4 Auditorium Mr. Smith who served three' ]Mr. and Mrs. John A. Stewart of I nounced later. '
rio Braggiotti and Jack Chaikin. kin recital are Braggiotti-Chal-'I I and one-half years in the Army i Winter Park has selected Saturday -
duo-pianists. In "Rhapsody in Music Box in of which two years were spent in March 1, as the date for her After graduating from the Win-
Blue." t at ,the Southern the South Pacific, attended the marrigae to Robert O. Bauman.son ter Park High School, Miss Wilson
The of Orlando. AU proceeds of the series I University of Missouri where he of Mr, and Mrs. William A. graduated from Montreat Collegein
great Jazz concerto of three benefit concerts will'1 was a member of Sigma Apha Bauman of DeLand. Complete North Carolina, and received a
America's 20th century master will go toward the reorganization of Epsilon ,fraternity.Tea .- I Bachelor of Science degree from
be performed as a two-piano number the Central Florida Symphony Or- I' Woman's College, in South Caro-

and is expected to prove the chestra when sufficient trained Colonial town lina. At present she is a teacherin
student and professional musiciansare the DeLand High School.
high point of an Interesting and
in this Table
available area. Mr. Bauman received his edu-
popular program of classical and The third and final benefit con- Club Honors cation in the DeLand schools and

r up-to-date numbers.. cert presents Lawrence Tibbett. Stetson University. He enlisted in
George Gershwin has 'joined the famed Metropolitan Opera baritone the U .S. Army and served in the

Immortals of music with his widely on March 14. Music lovers Chatter State OfficerA European Theater with the 13th .
are invited to make their reserva- division of the infantry during the
McMullen
acclaimed "Rhapsody in Blue. tions for both these events as earlyas He is designs a snow-white American
tea honoring Mrs.. L. J. Mc- i, war. presently connected
and the Braggiotti and Chaikin possible as the seating of the ly CYNTHIA with the Soil
(Caffrey of Miami president of the Conservation De- Linen and frosts it with
duo is recognized as outstanding a lacy peplum. The
Winter Park High School Auditorium The'old.-fashioned ,kind of sen- |I I, partment of the United States De-

is limited and capacity timent hearts and flowers Florida Federation of Women'sClubs I partment of Agriculture in De- scooped out neckline the wonderful simple tailoring so perfect for
INGRAM & INGRAM houses are possible for. both per- tender missives. "It picks you up, < was held Thursday at the Land.

OPTOMETRISTS formances. I it knocks you down, it sends you 11 Colonialtown Woman's Club. | I Florida so typically McMullen!
Braggiotti Is especially fitted as -
in a spin but gosh-if you don't I Mrs. L. L. Tucker program r
I necenort .. MEAD'SNljbU a Gershwin player as he was ,
take chance howll ever I
a you ,chairman introduced Mrs.McCaf- I 39.75
Soadty Holidays SJS studying in Paris during the time i win" ... Signed Guess Who. All j frey who spoke on the importance I| \dA .
lit N. ornate A**. Pbon US4 Gershwin was there writing the j this sort of thing went on Friday. '' ,of the small clubs and the work ,
of "An American In Paris"Braggiotti
score
St. Valentine's and Jimmy
Day they, do and can do in aiding the
met Gershwin later, down in Albert's drug store next welfare of the community. ,
when he and his former partner 11
door to the newspaper was busy i Ian While here Mrs. McCaffrey was I /
Jacques Fray played a performance lvU
of of Gershwin's day wrapping up heart-shaped ,the guest of Mrs. A. T. MacKay. Better Dress Salon
one com- ,
'boxes of candy purchased by ]first vice-president of the federation t'
positions at a concert at which the 1 Second Floor
Smart
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Clothesfor
males.
composer was in the audience. thoughtful I who also gave a brief talk. I kk4.o1tIJANTZEN
At the Rosalind luncheon Miss Margaret Piper spoke on I
I Gershwin was so delighted with 1 ,
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Thursday the Valentine motif was i )
Orlando Humane
t their of his medium that he j grasp 1
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I stressed in both decorations and*] Society. Tots and Teens
introduced himself to the young: refreshments .. AGNES MILLER I During the business meetnlg t
artists and them
congratulated on 1 '
was responsible for the huge red preceding the tea Mrs.C. W. Will- fi
their brilliant job. I 19 W. St.
Washington I
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Since then Braggiotti has in- (' hearts with lace paper frill held sey and Mrs. H. S. Smith were j
f in place with fresh camellias which I { i
cluded one Gershwin piece :appointed to attend the welfare =
t[every program which he plays.on centered each table Even thel I meeting at the Chamber of Commerce 1'
biscuits were hot, tender and 1
f Braggiotti's musical training began Bldg.which was held Friday

.at,then the New extended England to Conservatory the Paris-I j,I heart-shaped.The. Rosalind Club, by the way. I \night.Tea was served by the officers of .
} Is fifty-three old today hav-
Conservatoire where he studied years the club. Miss Ruby Miller played
piano under the 'great Isadore| ing been organized Feb. 15. 1894. several piano selections during the
For this bit of information we're afternoon.
Philippe who taught a Winter
indebted to MRS. W. W. YOTH-
term at Rollins College some years |
ago. He made his debut at the I I I! ERS.Over.. in
Winter Park
MRS. Mr.
Salle Pleyel in Paris, the Carnegie Bridges '
Hall of the French capital. I|I HERBERT HALVERSTADT was
Shortly after he met Jacques I I hostess Friday afternoon at a ,,
Takes BrideIn
small Valentine tea given in honor
Fray and the two organized the
Of MRS. H. M. SINCLAIR of Toledo '
piano team which pioneered in

COOPER'S bringing"le jazz the highest hot" to musical the worlds typesof MRS.. JOHN who is BELL.the A houseguest former Win-of GeorgiaMr. I SWIM SUITS

ter resident of Winter Park. Mrs. ,
MUSIC STORE I i I music hit halls.and They toured were the continent an immediate -I!I Sinclair was a prominent and and Mrs. J. C. Benefieldare

} 20 {V. Church St. Britain and the United States.1 j much-loved member of the Winter announcing the marriage of s

Phone 4653 When Fray was called for Govern- j I I Park Garden Club. their daughter, Lillian Evonne to .
The same afternoon MR. and
ment service. Braggiotti continuedhis Bridges of
Forrest Lindberg son
MRS.,B. R. COLEMAN of Winter Get ready = '
solo engagements and com-I I Park entertained tea guests at Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Bridges of this you y.
I pitted two transcontinental tours l
I their lovely home city: which was a recent event in
1 on Alberta Dr..
with pianist Walter Shaw. I II I the arrival of several friends from I Waycross. Ga. for a new _g : r

I Chicago being the Inspiration for The bride wore a pink crepe
this affair. ,A special guest was ; dress, with white and blue acces- > LIFE ;-
Mr. Coleman's co u.i n. MRS. series, and had a corsage of white
:
CHARLES ADAMS- Wooster. roses.
Ohio who is their hooseguest. I I Both Mr. and Mrs. Birdges at- \3
I 000 tended Orlando Senior High
This afternoon HELEN and JIM School.They will make their home'

HUBER are having open house at in Orlando as Mr. Bridges is em- this Spring .
their home 410 E.Livingston Ave.. ployed by the Duncan Auto SupplyCo.

1 in honor of his parents. MR. and here. and Summer ..
MRS. NELSON C. HUBER of I I -

Ardmore, Pa. They are spendinga $150 to further their program of 1
e month here and are guests at the civic beautification. .
1T-
( Lucerne Hotel. I 000 -.q- -
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w I 000 I I Four patrons five actors and six
'
I BETrIE FREY; the capable curtain calls That's the story of

young daughter of MR. and MRS. last Thursday night's performance I ,
p FRED FREY is having open house I, at the Provincetown Playhouse in
This Florida ski at
beauty
this afternoon her
honoring
par- Casselberry. If you remember
ents whose Silver Anniversary was Thursday night know it '
you was _- .t famous Cypress Gardens is
on Valentine's Day.. .Friends, re pouring rain dismal and cold and i
z
I invited to drop in from three,to I1 only four people braved the elements .,.. 4 .r. J wearing a new 1947 model
:
of'l six o'clock. I I I to see the Goodes and their ;
000 I cast of four in "The Patsy. "We : Jantzen suit.
A group of ARTHUR and'< \I gave the best performance we've
l\ BECKY PARK'S friends are drop- j ever given." said Director Goode

\ ping in for buffet supper tonight'' "and I think that was the most 4
... to say hello to Becky's brother-in-I appreciative audience ever we've If- .
\ law and sister. BILL and JULIA 1 played to and certainly to get six ,
LITTLE who are spending the :, curtain calls from four people mint 3&
Easy Ii.es.eeaerous. y weekend with them. If you know j'' be a record." .
your American history you'll rec- I' 000BARBARA ,
skeres I
\, ognize the name of the town they RUSSELL, young
is this Jobhrcoat half from as figuring prominently daughter of MR. and MRS.BEAU- '
in the early days. It's Kosciusko.Miss. ,' REGARD RUSSELL, had a group : :
of rich-es-. .- Also spending the week-I of her little friends over for a i :
s ry end here with the Parks are COL. i Valentine dinner party Friday Y-3 ( ; -

teens JllillianlM.ltott Y and MRS. LEWIS MAURY who night .. All sixth graders the : ,
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vithluxurious, 6 arrived yesterday from Versailles. group included PATSY REEVES. ,> ; J

4 caraCIII Ky. 000 jl FOI MARY OM.HELEN DOROTHY CLAPP.LOWERY JEAN See the.exciting Cypress Gardens ski picture on this week's issuer. ':' ; L : x- ":.

Before we forget to report It:: BEVERLY L 0'U G E. SHIRLEY '
of LIFE magazine note the cut-for-action styfed.f .
Ii.i.g. r-becgty
When the
Altamonte Civic Club EDWARDS. MARIAN DAVIS. ., . ,
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had their benefit bridge party and I CAROL SELTZER. JEANNETTE "
A. I fashion tea last week at the Alta- MUENDON. MARILYN ATKIN- 4 Jantzen, it she:is wearing. Your new. .,Jantzen suit is waiting for ? : ', .-.:; 0"i ..
monte Hotel they netted a cool SON. "- i I ', r '

I : you atDJckson: & Ives the style and,color thottJoes' > ..its*beautY :

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Frederick." W. Sleight W. Sleight To consultantIn Talk Sijnmons-Cole I Page 20 itltt .SunbaR &tnttntl.&t zx __ Orlando Florida, February 16, 1947 f Youth CenterTo Henry Chamberlain for the show will be .commentator -

Another project which the winter
archaeology at Rollins College Wedding Held Park Woman's. Club JIM organized
f win deliver two lectures, one on Benefit to raise funds for this
Tuesday at 8:15 pjn. in Dyer Mr. and Mrs. Merton Cole of needy purpose. is a session of
Courtland. N. Y. are announcing: From Shoiv bridge lessons held. each Mondayat
Memorial and the other on Fridayat 10 ajn at the club, conductedby
4:15 pjn. at Annie Russell the marriage of their daughter Mrs. Charles McDowet Mrs. A.
I
In connection with the
Theater. Both lectures Rita Gertrude to Ernest Hillman program ,B. Morgan is general chairman for
are a phase raise funds for the Winter Park
to
these lessons and additional Information -
of the Simmons Jr. son of Mrs. E. H. 'I
Rollins
Founders' Week Yoqth Center. the youth committee may be had by calling
J program.On Simmons and the late Mr. Sim- her.
of the Winter Park Woman'sClub
Tuesday he will speak on mons of this city, which was a
I The South American Scene? discussing is sponsoring a style shoe i
recent event at the home of the
the Feb 27 at 3:30: pm. at the club, Orlando Self.Se"iCl laundry
range of cultural de-
Rev. J. S. Bookhardt retired mIn- proceeds from which will be donated
yelopment in South America.
921 N.
ister of the Lucerne Park Baptist to the cepter. MILLS
-On Friday he will
:" Tinon and Canyon speak Country on Church. 748 Orlando Ave;. Winter Mrs. P C. Reece, chairman of "Rain or Shin Keep Your
the youth committee announcedthat
I showing colored slides of the Park. x styles; from the YowellDrewIvey -j Clothes Off the line"
l' Southwestern United States. Attending the couple were Miss Co. will be modeled by members I Use Oar Automatic Dryers ".( -.
Frances Durant and Donald Pen- I of the Woman's Club. Mrs. j
CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH nington. The bride wore a white
suit. with black accessories.
{ SERVICEDr. Mrs. Simmons attended schools
H. T. CthlantChiropractor in Dryden and Courtland. N. Y. j CENTRAL FLORIDA'S FAVORITE RESORT"
x Mr. Simmons attended Orlando
715 W. Colonial Dr.' schools and later served for 26
< Phone 2-4166 years in the U. S. Navy. He Is now
Evenings by appointment Co.with the Speed Sprayer Machine SANLANDOSPRINGS

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441 Park Ave., N. bathing; for relaxation.

Winter Park MISS SHIRLEY WINTHER MRS. ROBERT T. BESSERER
Rollins alumna. I married Saturday, DELICIOUS DINNERS: AND: LUNCHES NOW
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tr. & A' SERVED AT SANLANDO CLUBHOUSE
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Shirley Winther of Waukegan R. T. Besserer member of the Batchelors' Club
and the Jaycees and is employedat f ,ORIDq
ONLY: 12 MILES >'U Hlchway 1! 8E
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Engaged to G. B. Griffin Jane Burcham was Orange with the Memorial armed Hospital.services for He FROM: ORLANDO U ,31 '1'tt1 Thru Longwood

Mr. and Mrs. :M. P. Winther of lando Senior High School in the five years three of which were in LSD LIN AZ14

1 F Waukegan. Ill, are announcingthe class of '41 where he will be remembered Wed SaturdayMrs the the ETO Field where Artillery.DIAPER he was. a captainin N

engagement of their daughter. as a mainstay of football
: William Gurney Womble of
Shirley to Gerald D. Griffin son teams
during his high school
JII of Mrs. Clara Griffin of Daytona days. He attended Rollins College Raleigh, If, C Is announcing the ABC EXPERT WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR
Beach, formerly of Orlando. marriage of her daughter, Jane SERVICENew
.The bride-elect is a graduate of I i and played tackle on the Rollins
I Womble Burcham to Robert T.
Ferry Hall Preparatory School in I football team. He left Rollins to go Accounts and Future DUVAL JEWELRY CO.
Besserer, of Mrs. Ruth O Bes-
Lake Forest. Ill, and was a member -, into the Army serving 18 monthsin I, son Reservations Are Solicited
of the graduating class of Rol I the ETO serer of this city, which took place Tplephone117'?
as a lieutenant in the
I 119 S. Ave.Beautiful
lins in 1946 when she received her Orange .
Saturday afternoon in the Francis ORLANDO WLNTER PARK I
I AB degree.Mr. infantry. He returned to Rollinsin I
Griffin graduated from Or- 1946 and was a member of that Chapel of Knowles Memorial --
/ year's football Chapel. Rollins College.
'>-' squad. At presenthe I
flfJ.9t is making his home in Waukegan. Dr. John S. Branscomb pastor
I .
ktll I of the First Methodist Church of
& Announcing ;i- .
The wedding will be an event of .Orlando.officiated in the presence -: .
next Summer. of relatives and a small group of \ w

IKe, Bertie McDadeIs Birth Announcements close The friends.proglam of nuptial music

f'5rM-: : \ I .1 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kimmel Jr.. was given by Herman Siewert

Now With of Atlanta are announcing the I chapel organist. .

i birth of twin daughters. Patricia The bride, given in marriage by
ttlQb
Jean and Margaret '
Jo.
born Jan.
her brother, David A. Womble of
'i 18 in Atlanta. Mrs. Kimmel is the
iZ't & MARY i i former Audrey Croxton of Kis- Raleigh, wore an afternoon dressof
simmee.Mr ice blue crepe which featured a
t $35
IJO draped skirt and bateau neckline

t R STYLISTS and Mrs. Frank O. Lamb of Her hat was a Howard Hodge
1714 W. Washington St., announce original of Tuscon straw. She wore
'- the birth of a son. Donald Wayne. long white kid gloves and carried
A N. ORANGE AVE. Feb. 5, at the Orange Memorial
Hospital.The a white prayer book with sweet-
i t heart roses tied with white satin
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Miami Beach Fort Lauderdale Coral Gables t PHONE 2-2291 streamers. The bride's only orna-
r Whistling OysterReally ment was an heirloom Italian
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1 cross set with diamonds worn as

r SIMPSON'S Exclusive*..................................................................................................................... a necklace.
: Mrs. Robert Wynne Jr.. of
Y. i it. E Raleigh acted as matron of honor
for her sister. She chose an after
,
U-1 noon dress of dusty rose crepe
: with matching hat of shaded pink
Here's Our : roses. Her corsage was of gar
Latest
7.f '1 : Suit Story ..- ', denias. .
Best man was James M. Hitchof
) QYster Orlando and Gainesville.

Following the ceremony a small
Fine Gifts reception was held. Mrs. Besserer
mother of the groom wore a turquoise -
... .. Jensen Silver Marghab Linen crepe with matching hat
1 f'y' rt ,; 1 and corsage of orchids.
Spode Wedgwood Castleton
\ Out of town guests for the wed-
Swedish Crystal Mark Cross ding'were: Mrs* Clara Nipper and

: .. fI f-; Mary Chess Henri Bendel Miss Lucille Hacker of Washington. -
etc.This'Veek's. D. C,Mrs. Charles Duffy Fox
I -. .4.:.'"., F; Rochester. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs.
I .. HighlightsPure Robert Wynne Jr., and Dr. and
i xizi, -:-.. > ;;.... Mrs. Hugh McManus of Raleigh.Mr. .
>t!". "' s Silk Ties and Mrs. James S. Bryantof
Mt. Plymouth.Mr. .
New Pattern in Stemware Besserer and his bride will

1 rT? /r Leather .Desk Sets make their home in Orlando upon 4
oe 1 ,
Brass Mail Boxes returning from a wedding trip to
.' : >Rr 1 Miami and Cuba. :For; travelingthe -- simply designed:f tray.
Bridge Lamps:
bride wore a suit of aqua wool Ideal as a gift for any occasion,
with matching hat and corsage of
., Closed on Saturday roses and black accessories.The % _._.___; or to grace tour own (home.
AfternoonsThe bride attended St. Mary's .
., School in Raleigh and also Peace ll .'i I ..N F iIID .. 45.00

Whistling Oyster label Junior College. Raleigh.Mr. .
adds disUnetioQ to your gift. Besserer attended Bolles :
Military School in Jacksonvilleand candlehotders will
On patio reached from 120 N. These give
Orange and 35 W. Washington. the University of Florida ': your home the dignity it deserves
where he I
was a member of Kappa
Alpha fraternity. He is also a s as only fine sterling can.



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This sterling cake dish will give

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silky-smooth Wool Gabardine. SKI Prices include tax "
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:'Announcement. Margaret Lynn on Feb. 13 at the Orlando, Florida, February n'16, 1947 Sip &unbag firnttnrl-&'tur Page 2111

Mr. and Mrs Neil Bell announce -!I Orange: Memorial Hospital. Mrs. I .r_ a:.r'yr_.'.'.'''___ pY n..__ Colorful Exotic
the birth of a. daughter' Bell Is the former. Miss Jane Trew. I' SHELL JEWELRYExquisite
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PROVIDENT LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. -[Our Own Staff Photo: McCoMum> MRS. JAMES ARTHUR FORD JR. Mt. Dora Mt. Dora
OM of the Oldest One of the Largest MRS. CLARENCE ROGERS Is the former Carol Congleton, daughter of Mrs. E.

PROVIDENT INSURANCE SERVICE the former Sally Lloyd. A. Congleton and the late Mr. Congleton. Her marriageto

Mr. Ford, the son of Dr. and Mrs. James Arthur Ford
423 8.'Orange Are. Phone 2-4657 took place last Sunday afternoon at the Cathedral Church

'MAIL COUPON TODAY Rogers-Lloyd Nuptials Held of St. Luke, with the Very Rev. Melville E. Johnson
SALLY DRESS SHOPMore
officiating.

Individual [ ] S Family Croup I 1 Friday at Baptist Church I

Name Miss Sally Mae Lloyd, daughterof ception was held at the home of Miss Perinier the couple will reside at 1214 Latta
I' St. Orlando. Mrs. George attended -
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Baker at
N. D. Lloyd of.Belle Glade, be- Lakewood High School in Lake-
1227 W. Colonial Dr. The bride'stable
Address came the bride of Clarence Junior wood Ohio and Ohio Wesleyan .
covered with a white linen Becomes Bride
Rogers son of Mrs. LuIa L. Rogers cloth, was centered with the tiered University before coming to Rol-
of this city at the First Baptist wedding cake and decorated with lins, where she is a senior. Mr.
Church Friday with Dr. J. Powell I crystal candelabras. holding white Of Mr. George, also a senior at Rollins,
GeorgeMiss graduated from Orlando Senior
Tucker officiating at the cere- candles.
-' .. High School and during the war Than A Hundred
mony. For the wedding trip the bride Betty Jane Perinier daughter -
The bride, given in marriage by wore a brown and white checked of Mrs. M. W. Perinier and served as a captain in the Army
her father, was attired in a white suit with brown and white acces- the late Mr. Perinier of Cleveland, Air Corps.
satin gown with an offtheshoulder sories, and purple orchid corsage. Ohio became the bride of WilliamH. i Dresses : Rayons, Prints,
neckline. The pleated bertha The couple will be at home at the George, son of :Mr. and Mrs.' Earl Hines'
collar was finished with a self bow,' Cheney Court Apts. after April 1. '
F. C. George of this city, Friday
and the long fitted sleeves were'I Out-of-town guests at the cere- at Knowles Memorial Chapel Rol i Cottons, S h ee r s Added
pointed over the wrists. The !' mony were Mrs. Reed A. Fontenotand lins College. The Rev. Paul Carpenter Band Here .
elongated waist line had a paneled children of ViUe'Platte, La.; minister of the Central !
front, and a full gathered skirt and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adams and the To OurBARGAIN
Christian Church, performed i
culminating in a very long train. children of Saluda, S. C.; Mr. and Next
and Dr. Hamilton Holt,
The briaal veil was train-length Mrs. Francis Harris, Nash Lloyd ceremony I Saturday
of the the
president college
of illusion bordered gave I I
made Imported Herbert Lloyd John Thomas
traditional Rollins blessing. A perennial star of popular
OUtD with lace madellions and Lloyd Judson Lloyd and James
R 11) caught to a beaded Juliette cap. Goggins. all of Belle Glade. Miss Jean Whitham of Clear- music is Earl "Fatha" Hines who CORNER
a' The bride carried an old-fashioned water and Miss Margaret Bell brings his orchestra to the Coliseum -
( t\ bouquet of white carnations cen- Rollins student, rendered several Feb. 22 for a public dance
tered with a purple orchid, and Bridge TeaWill vocal selections, accompanied by
l1 8c1eat. showered with stephanotis.The Dr. Herman Siewart at the organ. from 9 p.m. to 1 am.
t. matron of honor, Mrs. The chapel was decorated with arrangements Regarded professionally as one
Francis L. Harris of Belle Glade, Benefit of gladioli and lighted of originators and developers On Sale At
sister of the bride, and the bridesmaid candles in candelabra, with .palmsIn of Hines has been
swing music a
\, Miss Donna Dewey; of this the background. I
\ DAR star for nearly 20 weather..
dressed alike. ProjectsThe years
city were They wore The bride given in marriage by
white full-length taffeta gowns Joseph Saltz; of McArthur. Ohio. lug the storms that come with $5.00
. with high necklines cap sleeves Colonial benefit bridge tea wore a white satin gown fashioned such different music vogues. as
and fitted bodices and wide to be given on Saturday afternoonby I
a pep- -
with high round neckline long .
blu s. ragtime, jazz and syncopation -
the Orlando of
lum flared from the waist. Each Chapter Daugh-
sleeves with pleated frill Colonial -
a
ters of the American Revolution I of varied forms.Testimony to .
wore long white taffeta mitts and style skirt with huge bustle,
Juliette cap of silk braid borderedin promises to be one of the out- and accordian pleated train. Her his continued stardom however Is

....... a short veil of white rayon net. standing events of the weekend. fingertip veil of illusion was 1 evidence any time he appears in a
The affair will be at 2:30: I FINAL
They carried cascade bouquets of pjn. ALL SALES
caught to her head with a coronetof
key city, where his audience is
red carnations.The at the chapter house, 35 Lucerne the I
pleated taffeta. She carried
flower girl was Virginia Cir. certain to Include a group of other
a bouquet of gardenias, centered
Ruth Fontenot. niece of the bride Proceeds from the party will go with an orchid. I' name band leaders.
\ and daughter of Dr.and Mrs.ReedA. toward two of the projects of the -- --- -
Miss Estes Phi
Margaret Mu
Fontenot of Ville Platte La. National Society the two D.A.R.
sorority sister of the bride, was
She was dressed in a full-length Mountain Schools, Tamassee in
maid of honor, and
wore a
white taffeta dress with white South Carolina, and Kate Duncan green
taffeta fashioned with
gown heart
rayon net yolk and short puffed Smith in Alabama. Spring
shaped neckline, short sleeves, anda
sleeves. Her cap matched those Mrs. Jack E. Stewart, general
Colonial hoop skirt. She
worn by the bride's attendants.The chairman reports that all her wore
groom was attended by his committees are at work to make long white gloves, and carried a Fabrics 4 .
bouquet of iris and talisman Dress
brother Edward Rogers, as best this one of the most successful roses.
man .and Mr. Robert L. Marreroas parties the chapter has ever given. The bride's mother chose a cerise -
colored dinner dress
while
groomsman. Tea guests are invited for 4 /
Mrs George was attired in a blue
Ushers for the .
ceremony were 'pm. and will be received by the '
Winston Smith. Francis Harris; hostess committee. Prizes will be crepe gown.They wore corsages of
William Ohse and John Carow. given for both bridge and tea talisman roses. w Light Weight
The bride's mother wore a Navy guests and there will be a program Jim Anderson. Sigma Nu fraternity -
Materials that
blue crepe dress with brother of the bridegroom .
threequarter during the tea hour. Mrs. JulianH.
length sleeves, acted! as best man. Ushers were x.
beige accessoriesand .
Hyer program chairman announces -
> suitable
Howard Walsh,
Bill Rinck. Ger- are
a corsage of pink carnations. that musical numbers will
ald Ferrens and Andrew Tomasko.
Mrs. Rogers wore a grey crepe be furnished by members of the and
dress with 'three-quarter length Orlando High School Choristers Following the ceremony a reception -- :r for Spring
was held at Fox Hall, the
sleeves black accessories: and
a under the direction of Mrs. Julia
Y'T Phi Mu House at Rollins where Summer Dresses
,
corsage of pink carnations. W. Campbell, director of vocal : ,
flower I
Following the ceremony a re- music at the school. arrangements and greenery L. &
were used profusely in the decora-
-- The public Is invited and all
tions and a tiered cake centeredthe
visiting Daughters are welcome, } :
bride's table. Assisting in serv- Si Mf
AT WINTER PARK Reservations may be made by ing were Miss Ellen Apperson,Mrs. :
t S12 and 114 No. Park Av*. calling the D.A.R. Chapter House Emma Foreman of Clearwater, PRINTED RAYON JERSEY
0... Block North of Ute P..tofflceHedkerehiefs Mrs. Mary Ellis Mathews. or Mrs.L Mrs. C. A. Brown Jr. and Mrs. Ar-
R Campbell. in Roman
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bring their own cards. e- colCl
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Page 22 4tunbng &tutntlt( ; ; ttr Orlando Florida February 16 1947
I P-TA Council 1
a Miss Sargent LIKE OTHER AIDS WE HAVE TO USE HEARING

AIDS GIVE BEST SERVICE WHEN EFFICIENTLY

.Club Holds Southern; College Musicians I Will ObserveJounders j Marries TodayAt MADE.SERVICED.CORRECTLY BELL TELEPHONE-WESTERN FITTED. AND PROPERLY ELEC.


M TRIC HAVE THE KNOW HOW TO MAKE A
GOOD
First Meet Giving Program at Sorosis I Day St. Luke's HEARING AID. WE HAVE BEEN CORRECTLY FITTING -

*- The Newcomers Club a newly- The musicale to be given at So- ok. Commemorating the 50th'anni-, The Cathedral Church of St. I THEM FOR YEARS AND MAKING EVERY

formed organization in Orlando r. aFy..S rosis,Tuesday at 3 pjn. is under Tersary of the organizing of Par- I Luke will be the scene of a wedding ,I NEEDED ADJUSTMENT OR REPAIR IN OUR OWN

held Its first luncheon and cardparty the direction of the Eleanor Searle ent-Teacher Associations the Or-,j', this afternoon at 5 o'clock {I OFFICE. HEARING AID WITH TINY BATTERIES

at the Chamber of Commerce Whitney School of Music at Flori- ange County Council of P-TA will when Miss Mary Sargent daughter i WEIGHS JUST SEVEN OUNCES. TESTING AND FIT.

o Bldg. this week. da Southern College In Lakeland. observe Founders' Day with all of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Sargent I TING DONE IN STRICT PRIVACY.

The, club was started by Mrs This school of music bears the elaborate program at 8 p.m. Mon : becomes the bride of Dr. Heath I
Audiphone Co. 415 Flo. Bank
C. G. Mooney the Welcome : ry name of'Mrs. Whitney. In private day at the Cherokee Junior High : Bumgardner. son of Mr. and Mrs. : Bldg. Ph. 2-3516

Wagon Hostess of Orlando who vr rRe life Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt School Auditorium. |I William Larson Bumgardner of'' .

;t, saw a need for such an organization Whitney of New York who is giving Mrs.Walter Beckham. of Miami, Stanley, N. C. +:

having .firsthand knowledge the Music Hall and the Little Immediate past president of the The ceremony will be performed 1 1 '

"'or'the problems of 'a newcomer. ,t.. Theater to the college. They will Florida Congress of Parents and by the Very Rev. Melville E. INNERSPRING MATTRESSES

Its objectives are to promote an .9. be finished as soon as building Teachers will be the honor guest Johnson dean of St. Luke's and

Interest in Orlando and extend a conditions permit. and principal speaker for the eve- the program of nuptial music will ; For Immediate Delivery

friendly hand to all newcomers. k The program will be given by ning. The devotional will be given be given by Arthur E. R. Jones I We Manufacture-Innerspring Mattresses.

appointed The executive as follows board: Miss has Gladys been,, Miss Elinor Updike mezzo soprano by Mrs. Ernest Slaughter and Mrs. : cathedral organist. Gene Cassidy Box Springs. Hollywood Beds.

Miss Peggy Schaaf. : deliver the address and Conrad Stewart Jr. will serve We Rebuild In
L.Lewis president: Mrs.RaymondC. ; soprano R. S. Pulsifer will I -Eyerythlng Bedding.

Smith first rice president; Mrs. MRS. ROYCE A. HENRY is the Lindsey Bergen tenor; Robert of welcome. I as acolytes.
Kendall C. Beavers Jr.. secretary; former Henrietta Ellen Hendrix Carter pianist; Robert Gayler accompanist The three high school P-TA Miss Peggy Forehand of Albany "Serving Central Florida Since 1920"ECHOLS
Mrs. M. B. Thompson treasurer.i and dean of the music i Ga.. will be maid of honor, and I
Chairman on various committeesare I I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. department.Miss presidents. Mrs. G. B. Flshback ]i
i
as follows: Mrs Joseph T. Hendrix of Orlando. Her marriageto Updike. Miss Schaaf and Orlando High School; Mrs-Brant-1 bridesmaids are Miss Marian Owenof i BEDDING & FURNITURE, CO.

Davey Jr and Mrs. Harry Wester- T-Sgt. Henry son of Mr. and Mr. Bergen are scholarship pupils ley Burcham, Memorial Junior Newton.N. C. and Mrs.Thomas
Held 'hospitality; Mrs:: RaymondC. Mrs. W. I. Henry of Jonesboro.Ark given by the Washington Chapterof !I High and Mrs. Pulsif. Cherokee (II I 1 J. Calloway Jr. of Albany. I P. O Box 1007 Phone 1232
Smith. Mrs. L. W. Essex and the National Society of Arts Or. Charles Menendez of New
was an event of Feb. 14 in Sanford. Florida
Mrs. V. R. Hoar. program: Mrs. the chapel of the First Methodist : and Letters of which Mrs. Whitney ELEANOR. SEARLE WHITNEY Junior ;High. will present a short II Orleans will be best man for Dr. 1

O. C. Teargin and Mrs. ,Cornelius.I Church of Orlando. After a wed- I Is the chapter's chairman of,Do noted philanthropist skit. "The Shining Road. Bumgardner and ushers are Fred ,I II Fill out the blank below and mall to us. Our representative will
M. Franklin membership: Mrs. ding trip through the Southern music. A social hour will follow theprorram. I Sargent. Clifton :Bumgardner of call to discuss :your bedding needs.
Robert C. sunshine Mrs. I of Chester. S. C.. Dr. Frank Ermilio I II
Phelps, ; States they will reside at Eglin Mr. Carter professor piano and Mrs. Otto Butten- i'
, Harry Kinsel and Mrs.H.F. Stevenson Field where he is stationed. and concert pianist, has also accompanied I of Philadelphia and Dr. M. J. McDonald -
refreshments. many well known March 22 Set hoff. County Council hospitality j of Charleston S. C. Name
I I
artists Last Summer he majored chairman has organized all committee j Following the ceremony Mr. and
with Mme. Olga Samaroff-Sto- I omen. Mrs. Asher Peter. Mrs. Sargent are entertaining at I Address
Ann's Style Shoppe I Service Shoe Shop kowskl at the Julliard School of For C'hineseTheater Cherokee hospitality chairman j I'I their home with a reception for I
Music. He has also studied with will head the refreshment com- the wedding party and the large
WOMEN'S APPAREL SHOE DYING Percy Granger. John Powell.David VisitHoward mittee and assisting her will be group of out-of-town guests.Officers' I Items NeededIMMEDIATE

OUII"jaw MOTTO and p.4.ndy S.rvks'I Guaranteed Work Gulon. Mme. Viola Cole-Audet Mrs. David Wheeler Mrs. W. E.I I

4 Adequate Parking Space 50 COLORS Harry Detweiller. Dr. Glenn Dil- Bailey, director of Rol- Keiter and Mrs. Gordon Gifford. Club
lard-Gunn and Dr. Rudolph Ganz. Mrs. Oliver Joe Bailey will be
,ire N. Orania Ph. 2-tJ3) 1206 E. Colonial Drive Prior to coming to Southern he lins' Annie Russell Theater said chariman of the decorating com

was on the faculties of Southeastern last night that the Chinese Cul- mittee and the P-TA colors of blue I Activities Set DELIVERY
Louisiana College and George tural Theater would'replace the I and gold will predominate.

WIVES AND MOTHttS OP"ORJHK1N4 MEN Peabody College. Ballets Jonas which was sched- II I I Activities at the Orlando Army
The for Tuesday will I
program uled to appear at Orlando Municipal Air Base this week in connection NORGE GAS RANGES
ALCOHOLISMftkcccssfuoy be, as follows: Mrs.\ Beardall :
t r! Auditorium on March 22. with the Officers' Club will be as
TiMtcd vftfc OM Week of HMMofiMBM "Car I 8 __ ___ Handel I Ballets Jooss cancelled their follows: I
WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL -Ch Der taro Tod lens and da Euridire if adchen"tOrfeo-Schubert)-QtucfcUUa tour which would have taken them Rosalind MONDAY-OOAB Women's Club I Suitable for either '

Writ F.* rt...... Updike to Orlando, because of union and bowls at 7:30 pjn at OOAB : city gas or butane $15245
210 C.atrl ATWM St. 'etenHr,. Ro. ChoralPrelud.BachBauer n 'I transportation difficulties. The Bowling Alleys. .
Komm' Tod new attraction will play here the cas.MERTLANDWATER
usser ChairmanMrs. Wel- I'
TUESDAY-Women's Club
____
Intwmezxo. S Major. Op ill Brahms same nigh'on which the ballet was
RhapiodT. B Minor, OP 71 ______Brahma fare Group meets from 8.30ajn :
SIEGMUND GROSSKOPF VIOLINIST Mr.III Carter 'I due The to Chinese appear. Cultural Theater Is Harald"Beardall heads the to 12 noon at Red Cross HEATERS

Violin teacher 01 American and European reputation. Children and Adults "Una, furtive Itirlma" OYEllclr, d'Amore-Donizetti !! making a special visit here for one hospitality committee for the Bldg. on the base. I
progress rapidly by my method of teaching Formerly instructor in New "La donn a mobll (Rttoletto) _Verdi night Their tour as arranged Rosalind Club bridge teas to be WEDNESDAY Women's Club
York City and associated with College of New Rochelle: N. Y. City Mr Benin Book Club meets 1:30 '
than at Automatic Electric
Lesson $2.00 the half hour at my Studio. "81..., why doa thou lea* lIle'I I brought them no nearer held Thursday of this week and pjn.
StMlt Cambridge Blvd.; Dos Mock from Lake KilUraey. Take Park ( .- I North Carolina but as they were In Main Lounge. Officers'Club. 30-gallon capacity
Lake Dnhidread Bos.Phon "S. Pl rtDllo Itdel. ..-_______,Scarlatti the only attraction comparable to the subsequent Thursday. Games at 8:15: p.m. in 48-inch high 58995app.
SMW Winter Park "Alleluia1 -lull--!------ -.it---Mo..n the Ballets Jooss. they have con- Others on the committee are Main Lounge.THURSDAY round model.
Mm I I sented to come down and step Into the Mmes. F. Burton omith. vice Women's Club
Sonata No. 1. A -- chairman and Howard Sayre. F.
I the breach. Bridge Club meets at 1:30
William Pirkurant We can arrange for Immediate installation.
Lenta Mantoao-Allefro moderate :i I This will be the second of the Monroe Alleman. J. C. White pan at Officers' Club.
TRINITY EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN Andante Soctenuto II outside attractions. The first, "A Grace G. Reed. Edwin D. Crane' FRIDAY Women' Club holds
Allegro RicolutoMr, Carter I I I Night In Old Vienna" will be presented F. W. Hey!, W D. Randall Jr. -
at 1:30
139 E. LIVINGSTON AVE. AT RUTH ST. Mrs. Calvin West is chairman of : at the Orlando Municipal Horace Day. Grace Phillips John- general in Main meeting Lounge of club p.m.at WILLARD & KEISER
the day and Mrs. Neil E. Dale I Auditorium March 8. at 8:15 p.m. son and A. H. Reppard.
Rita
which and
Incites You music chairman. This unusual concert will bring to I time Reginald
Tea will be served following the I Orlando five exceptional American FILM SHOWING TODAYFOUl'LatinAmerican Goode of Provincetown Play- 709 N. MILLS AVE. TEL. I1SI
"LENTEN SERVICE EACH WEDNESDAY 8:00 P.M. will skits and
program. The tea committee Includes i voices two of which are on films will ers present a
LENTEN SUBJECT. FEBRUARY '19 the Mmes. George Sipple. leave from the Chicago Opera one be shown at 5 pjn. today at Annie talk on theater.
Brantley Burcham Asher Peter from the Metropolitan Opera and Russell theater under the sponsorship SATURDAY Special dance, with
"THE EXPEDIENCY OF CHRIST'S DEATH"The and George Allen. Mrs. E. Harold the two remaining are promising' of the Rollins College In- Glen Gray and Casa Loma orchestra -
Johnson and Mrs. W. M. Davis newcomers, who are singing here ter-American Center. playing for club mem- ABC DIAPER SERVICEWe
Rer. Albert H. D. Besalskl. M. A_ Pastor will pour. before they take their places in the The films are "Beauteous bers and guests from 9 pjn. to

Worship Service every Sunday 11:00: A. M. Mrs. R. D. Keene and :Mrs. great opera houses of the world. Earth" dealing with agricultural 1 a-ra.
The will Include are proud to announce that We Are Now in Our NEW
JI Charles E. Bradshaw will be door program special celebrations In Mexico: "Atacama
Bible Class every Sunday 9:45 A. M. hostesses, and Mrs. James Hal- arrangements of the lovely Desert" a pictorial of life and industry ART DRAWS CROWD LAUNDRY located at 1026 W. Robinson Ave. You are cordially

stead and Mrs. Carl Erne will be songs of Vienna excerpts from In the hot. dry Atacama TOLEDO. Ohio [UP] Museum Invited to Inspect the home of
in charge of the guest tickets. the charming opera "Marta" and desert of Northern Chile; "Pan attendance for the first post-war
from the equally charming "Der American Bazaar." showing the year increased by 22 per cent over Orlando's First and Finest
Fledermaus" of Johann Strauss. arts and crafts of Southern repub- 1945. year-end figures at the To-
Jeanne Welty lics; and "Tin from Bolivia" ledo Museum of Art revealed. Records
Art FestivalPlanned showing forty steps in the primitive show an additional 40,6511visitors COMPLETE DIAPER SERVICE
and modern production of tin during 1946. making the -,1W. ,> .
BHiMilfriaHBgSPECIAL 1 Has Rare Gift in Bolivia. total 227,564. We.. live Just received a Urge shipment of NEW DIAPERS and are new
.. offering: either Birdseyc Uipefr or fUeiel Gauze diapers.
BARGAIN FOR SPRING PLANTING HereMuch t
ThMY of 4th vu, ew 19 e.wl.. awn, 9.tbs, sea Tn.-oS Or. trier, For Theater.
Made M Iit.e fevar. MN b..uM M}as vMd.-.l M tie be cos a 33.9$. Interest is being manifested Miss\ Buffington Gives Plans ; WE FURNISH:
Taw opus n.duwd Mb.dwiM..4d tout.e.o mat 111.91 The azMk eO
,. .. ... An unusual in the coming Art Festival
etc s.s%Mdt a. mM e .1 a(e.Mis otf. !! opportunity to see
19 PLANTS IN Alt which Is to be held Friday and 1. Clean. Sterilized Diapers.
IARGAIN ASSORTMENT
HERE'S YOUR exceptionally fine dramatic
March
}e.4 a.dtesi i..I.Y 3Iii... 41.44.1 ....,1) REGULAR$11.95 VALUE en- Saturday from 9 ajn. to 6 pjn. For Wedding Here 2. Metal Hospital Container. ,
1}.i 1.4.... i..a.u 11....(.ir_ 4a tertainment will be offered by Dor- This festival and art mart will be t
1 C.4d.... I.aiM ,..) 3 DM-.sd ya4tr a..MiM) othy Lockhart when she Miss Marian H. Buffington. Officers' Club Immediately follow 3. Baby Talk Magazine.
1 T.4..1..w..,..) 1 ASM.IR.r.f. presents held in Washington St. and O'Neal
1's. t.u.+ i:iw WARNINGS Miss Jeanne Welty bitter, historic arcades and is being sponsored by I daughter of Mrs. Helen D. Buf-I ing the ceremony. 4. Two deliveries every week to Orlando, Winter
a Ti..orh,s air.to melodrama. "The the Orlando Art Assn. Miss Ruth Enright. daughter of Park and Maitland. .
1 w w41. t3 t.4y l o..1e. Mystery of The- fington and the late Morgan H.
1.4 t.C a....) a Al"M + +NI:: ::. odosia Burr" the Many prominent artists Mrs. G. Crofton Enright. and the I o We-are BOW equipped to deliver to sew aeeooati at ant--... jriRliir.HitPhone
we wet. SHIP o.--Ries YOUR OR0ER-emh on Town Hall Buffington of this city will become -
Md,...,.. c.o .4s per $3.es M M..t pie b. .a N4.FR1 Series at the Winter Park High throughout Central Florida have late Dr. Ennght. will be maid of 'e Future retenrattoiii are accepted month 1st advaace.Motken I ,
0. 1 h e..d-.t School Auditorium Monday at 8.15 i applied for space and have indi- the bride of Capt. FrancisE. honor and Miss Darleen Millard C w. win mow Uuader aid finish you ova di.pv_
hud ftoMbu tor ; :
*MAKE Scerttt VOU 6r..Iie VAKD A THING C* LIVING V *i e : w cated that they are sending many McGhee son of Mrs. P. A. Bau- i daughter of Col. and Mrs. W. W. 24-hour service
'd. SV MMKING NOW* ei pjn.Miss pieces in several mediums. Others will be bridesmaid.
McGhee Millard.
i I Welty Is recognized by meister and the late F. E.
.
WaMN MHUBUE& 5M} t WY tbaet Team
critics as one of America's fore- desiring space must apply by of Poplar Bluff. Mo.. Tuesday. : Capt. McGhee will' have Capt.F. 2-1177
most exponents of the art of mon- Thursday by addressing Jenkins; March 4. at 7:30: pjn. in the A. Bencini as best man. and ,
odrama and her performances Dohve. 17 W. Washington St. or chapel at the Orlando Army Air Lt. E. B. Sievwright and Lt. J. P. I ,
throughout the country have been H. Bernard Robinson. Vocational Base. Maj T. E. Adams chap O'Callahan as ushers.

1 CLEARANCE hailed by press and public alike. SchooL lain will officiate.A .
; STOREWIDE Is The monodrama. as presented As an extra Incentive to the art reception will be held at the
by Miss Welty. is an incorporationof students In Orlando under 21 .
l the best features of the dramatic -I' years of age for best work In any ti

.. OPEN TUESDAY TILL 9:30: P. M. monologue together with the medium there are three cash FEBRUARYFURNITURE
action and prizes. First prize. $25 second
brilliant costuming of ;
t the legitimate theater. Audiences prize $10; and third prize $5; and k '-
Due to inclement weather we arel 4 4.t thus get the effect of a regular also four ribbon prizes. Oar [-I

storewide clearance f' stage play though It is enacted I Students must have their work SALE
continuing our
l by one person witha single voice turned in by 2 pjn. Thursday to
sale for an additional 3 days. t carrying the entire dramatic ac- I Mrs. Lu Jerome. Studio Art Gift
Shop. Washington St. Arcade.
.S f' tion.Lucy Little Is i I I
t furnishing the antiques MEANS GREATER
t, 10-40" DEDUCTION which will be used In the Women Voters' League .; *
.
setting for this performance. EVERY DEPARTMENT
AVINGS.
on oil merchandise j Miss Welty was starred in Max Study Group To Meet 1' / ,
Reinhardt's California productionof i The P ,IS READY WITH DRAMATIC
complex structure of the "
"The Miracle" ; :
leading roles in many and has stock played productions executive department of Florida's .4' ./ I i VALUES IN FURNITURE AND
: She has Government the approximately I
studied with
Ih 483 t I such famous teachers as Constance I 123 boards commissions and miscellaneous 1 jl FURNISHINGS.

t North 4h ndTel.. Collier Isaac Van, Frances Grove. Ralph Robinson-Duff Bellamy. its affairs agencies their which functions administer [r BxpecungafJaBj, ? I __

7J Miss Welty and their relationship with the
writes
e Orange = : produces her own programs as well thus as I Governor and his,cabinet will be Mot1Je '.Friend massaging preparation ,. BUY NOW ON CONVENIENT

_, appearing In the multiple role of discussed by the League of Women helps bring ease and comfort EASY TERMS-SMALL DOWN
designer playwright actress and Voters Constitution Study Section to expectant mothers I ,
J producer Each of the programs when it meets with Mrs Thomas TITOTHZR'3 FBTETTD, an exquisitely _- PAYMENT-TAKE UP TO 1 YEAR
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represents months of Intense research L. Rich Wednesday at 3:00 pjn. 111 prepared emollient. Is useful in all I
into the lives of the noted at the San Juan Hotel. I conditions where a bland mild anodyne TO PAY.

CALLUSS women she protrays with so muchI A comparison will be made of desired.massage One medium condition in. akin In which lubrication,women Is _
I power and conviction. I Florida's Involved and complicated for more than 10 years have used It lav
MATTRESS CO Jeanne Welty was born in Lima 1, executive department with that of an application for massaging the body I
during pregnancy...it helps keep the
Ohio the daughter of the simple unified plan ;
presented
a lawyer; and
akin soft and pliable...thus avoiding
M ) r former congressman. She was edu- in the -Model Constitution." unnecessary discomfort due to dryness 3 Piece Bedroom Suite f
.' ,: cated at private schools in Lima. t All those who wish to attend and tightness.It refreshes and tones the
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and Washington. regularly should obtain
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Eststering department: : will re-bnild and re-finish
: i Now shipping luscious TempleOranges JEANNE WELTYIn >' -, Now 29.50
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your ri' -
: friends back home with a box -! '
,c furniture from the frame up. In upholsetrtng. .
t or basket. Come In and see it '

r + t Premiere: : steel coils are used or- luxurious : packed. The Mystery of Theodosia Burr

v i sponge rubber. Our representative will call on : BLUE MOON BRAND All Merchandise :
.'" ..
cr TOO bringing a wide selection of fabrics from J WISCONSIN'S FINESTCHEESE A Monodrama in 3 Acts and an Epilogue written .- ::
J tCi i ; arid produced by Miss Welty. Reduced 25 to 50% -Y -
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follow In charge of the eve- I OrlandoFloridaFebruary6947% tt'1tt'unhatntInt1- Poge23- __
I I ning's program is Arthur C. Part- r tor and about efA71Aa1JtMidaT __

sere chairman assisted by Lester I
Reger. Louis Shader and Arthur 'I ception was held in the lounge of.
Skop. Ralph Hancock Officers' ClubWedding I I the Officers' Club.Immediately .

.00 O after the reception.the ,

The Colonlaltown Home Demonstration \% ([) couple flew to Miami, where
Honor GuestWednesday Scene
Club will hold its regular they will spend a week. For traveling -
\KWllU the bride wore a suit tail
I meeting at the Cblonialtown Wo By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor I I ored of military twill. Her acces-
I Club at 1:30 Here
man's Wednesday p. FridayMiss sories were brown and she were a

JEAN TOintu'CUj m. All members are urged to !I VIRGINIA CARTER popular Orlando Senior High School senior I I corsage of talisman roses.

Editor] bring their articles for the Central T and well-known young vocalist, will have the leading role of Nina Ralph Hancock. noted authority tj IRISH JONES Elizabeth Hamilton becamethe Upon their return to Orlando,
Florida Exposition: Miss on inter-American affairs will be j bride of W. O Kenneth L. they will reside at the Gladstone
The Orane County Classroom Elizabeth Dickenson. Home Demonstration in Fnml's enchanting musical comedy The Firefly." when the OHS Honest-to-goodness icicles hung Platt Friday in the lounge of the Apartments 77 E. Amelia A
Wednesdayat
of honor at tea
Teachers.AS*, will bold its regular Agent. will be preseni. Choristers- present this light operetta at the high school auditorium guest glistening from the fountain in >Officers' Club at the Orlando Army

meeting otWednesday at 3:45 ,000 Tuesday and Wednesday at 8:15 5:15: p.m. at Casa Iberia. Rollins front of Westcott this week as the Air Base. Chaplain T. W Adamsof

:pm. at the Mtnorial Junior Hign The Eva Burke Club will meet p.m. Virginia is one of Orlando's -, College to meet sponsors of "The temperature dropped to 24 degrees the 14th Air Force performedthe Oa: Your Way North.jSee .

... School K.D, Karris auditor with Mrs. Allan Cohoon'525 Lake favorite sopranos and has sung Mind of the Americas" series. Mr. cold! Of course we hear Orlando ceremony. : ,: SAVANNAH'S

of the state Teajuers. Retirement. St.. Thursday at 1:30 p.m. for its before various tourist grouPS. civic Hancock will speak preceding the boasts of snow, but they say it I I I The bride, given in marriage by '

will be the speak .Mr. Parris I regular meeting. I{|!clubs. in the First Baptist Church tea at 4 p.m. at Annie Russell was too cold for such weather Capt. Leonard G. Johnson. wore Beautiful Azaleas I
is making a spetal here to and is here. Imagine. "too cold" for snow an afternoon dress of turquoise ? ,
choir. heard
.
trip i Tuesday
000 j every 1 Theater on "Our Future Depends : Her hat was fashioned of .3: ;;:: (BMFrt.B.Nr.15)) I
g 1 y'e informaUn regarding I|I on the Walter Kimball program --- in sunny Florida. crepe. ,;:
The AAUW Literature Group 3 on Latin America." I flowers out the
I j II'I. tiny carrying -
Teachers Retiren 000 '
>nf This I station ,
!over WDBO. -
is meeting I will meet at 10:30: ajn. at the Uni- : -s I I Mrs. Charles D. Hurrey will be I! Spring colors, with a shoulder --- &.
an
open tid individual -
tartan Church parish house )I: Last Spring she won a high Many, many girls have been going length veiL She earned a bouquetof .... 'i'otS .
will be I' i in of assisted
questions asgd The charge arrangements home for short visits lately
Mrs. W. K. Van Brunt will review : first division rating hi the State i-' t daffodils. iris and tulips. \.. j
Orange CoutitxJEiyational Assn. by Mrs. Calvin A. West; of Orlando and those returning with glowing j I : 1
New Guinea Head Hunt" by Carolyn I I Music Festival held in Tampa for _ Mrs. Platt is the daughter of --'- .
and those Aterested wel and Mrs. Norman E. Gilbert j reports which made us envious : ..r
are
Mytinger Tickets for the i her rendition of "One Fine Day." t i very Mrs. Pearl Lawrence of Ottawa =: t-j-l!:.
of Winter Park.
come. annual AAUW luncheon meeting from Madame Butterfly. In The ; are GEORGENE PIHOS, Canada. She is a graduate of the 1
A 00 I j I I Guect will include Miss Dorothy Eke.Mn. MARTHA HELEN KING. RITA schools .:::> --
The at the Orange Court on March 8 Firefly" she will sing "Gianina \ Owen Rice Mus Winifred Robinson. Ottawa R= '
OrUndcButton'i Collectors I' CALLANAN, FRANKLIN SMITH. I W-O Platt is the son of Mr. : :r'
be 4 Mrs. W. C. Sanders Arthur Schultz Mrs.Msthilde ;
may secured: at this meeting. Mia. "Love Is Like a FireflY
Club will meet It. the home of Mrs. I Schulze. Dr. George O Scott. and BARBARA JEAN MORGAN.Barbara and Mrs. Thomas M. Platt of A.. ,.
N. Russell The Star Club will meet Mon- Tommy Atkins on Parade." The -j--- Mrs. Carl E. Seashore Mrs M L. Beerest.
F. at I D. C. He attended
utamonte Springson Jean was fortunate Washington.
Mrs Arthur H Smith Uus Anne C -
Thursday at .:30 p.m. The day night at 8 pm. at the home j jt Dawn of Love." .: Stone Mrs Harry Stone. Miss Lilian enough to have JOHN BLACK high school in Deny Pa., and en- ==
of Mrs. Gertrude Weaver. 709 S. I : Stroebe. Mitt Emma L O Thomas, Miss PUn a Stofvovrr at the Superbly Modern
the
listed in April 1933
will be Army in
program a charge of Mrs. O ft O Helen. Thomas. John Tiedtke. Miss Florence chauffeur her back to school.
Ben Kaplan. assteed by Mrs. E. R.t Summerlin. r .;: Trier. Mrs G B. Otley: Dr. J. Spenrer This coming few days will see receiving his commission in Feb-
000 'l\IR. AND MRS. LESLIE: TUR r" Voorbees Mrs. J. A. Walker Mrs W. 1942. Before coming to DeSOTO BEACH HOTELand
Hazeltine Its. Kaplan will \ >' R. Westcott Mrs Florence WhithlU. Mr JOAN SCOTT, JO ANN CLOUD, ruary
Nokomis
Council No.23 Degree
briefly review a Decent book on of the Conway Rd. and Mrs. S H. Williams and Mr and LEILA LANE, CAROLYN CARLE- OAAB in May 1946. he served 2 1-2 .
black glass | of Pocahontas, will meet Tuesday have as their houseguests Mr. and -: _. Mrs Daniel Wmant years as administrative assistantto Cabana Club I
cr "Jets illustrating TON and :MARY FINLEY in the
I I Dr. A. J Abbe. Miss Madeleine ApptebrMrs. :
her talk with seven! of her cardsof I at 8 p.m. at the Fraternal Bldg. I Mrs. Ralph Lane of Cleveland. : ., JA Charles F. Bassett. Mrs John W. "City Beautiful. JOHN McKEL- the military attache in the SAVANNAH BEAc1.GEORGIL_
J 000 : .. Miss Anne Boardman. Mrs f P. !I American Embassy in Ottawa. He
black glas buttons Other Ohio, formerly of Orlando. Mr. Sia.- LAR will from Miami to
come
Bovden Mrs. W C Bowers. Mrs. Edward up .
i I Ii is at present chief of the enlisted CU.
D.tl.1k**
members ar< reminded to bring Lucerne Rebekah Lodge No. 36 I Lane is the artist who draws the1RGI11A CARTER R. Browne: Mrs Oeorce Bullock Mrs. ,i be there also. I 1 \.
I will hold its regular meeting lead in "The Louise H. Burllnsham Gen J. M Canon. ', I I personnel at the Orlando base. Pr&mSV.3.Rcncllmkand.J.Hlitseig ,
their collectiaajod articles In this I comic strip. Vic Flint . Mrs. has Firefly. Mr. and Mrs Francis M Case Mrs. Marshall 000 I For his Army service, W.-O. Platt I
material for omparison and study I, Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Fraternal W. P. Miller of Louisville Ky. and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lyons of O,,ens- Clark Mrs C A. Coddtniton. Dr. '|, Others at home were BUELL has been awarded the Army Commendation .
Bldg At this time. there Helen. M Cole Mra. B. R. Coleman. Miss s....... Georgia. .thcuec I ,
There
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Til also be a Valentine vile, Ky. are visiting Mrs. J. C. Skipper, who resides on Lake Conway. Helen. Coombs. Mrs. Irvine Cox Miss SallY DUNCAN. BITSY BISPLING- Medal. the American If"
Button Boa and the regular opportunity will be candidates o to o initiate. I i io I I I 000 B. Crane and Mr and Mrs. Theodore HOFF, FRANCES INGLEY and Theater Medal. American Defense (owe 10 toSmauh Buck(It m a) ; __


glen for exchange. ]MISS, DARLEEN MILLARD is leaving Friday for Beaumont, Texas, Cronyn Also: Dr and Mrs Henry. R Edmonds. ANN MARTIN. On her return Medal. Good Conduct Medal and IVit,ir Wee
o o The Grand Ave. Home Demonstration Mr. and Mrs. Louis F Domoierlch. Mi.sFlorence World War II Victory Medal. J Mirshall Morrow. lo ger1)ItiPe'JwdJr
Ann
who is junior counselor.
Club meeting is scheduledfor .LyL where she will be in the wedding of a friend Miss Audrey Hob- Dustin. Miss L!!':an Dustm Mr. a -

Club The will Cololaltown Woman's Tuesday at 10 ajn. at the club- son. Maj. and Mrs. William W. Watson who have resided here and mines Mrs Eudy Harold: Dr.Elliott.and Mrs Mrs Mar William Cum-T. was given a surprise birthday -Following---the- --ceremony a re-

met Monday at 8 pm. house There will be demonstrations for some time. are leaving this week for Chicago EL, where Maj. Foster Mrs. R. W. Greede. Mrs Herbert party by her freshmen. They presented -
Board members) are Halrerstatft Mrs. GeorgIans Hardint Dr. her with huge birthday
requested a
to -presentat of cutting a bias slip I Watson will be stationed. Mrs. Loren S. Treganza of Waterloo I Grocer A. Marion. H. B. Harris Miss Constance SEW YORK,
7:15 .
: pan. cake and an engraved silver iden-
There will be pattern A covered dish lunch- Iowa. is the houseguest; of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Buttenhoff, of 724 N. Holt Mr and Mrs. Henry. C Holt.
a Time magazine Mr and Mrs. Tracy Hoppm Mrs. W J tification bracelet BO PEEP
contest. Httesses will be the I eon will be served at noon. I i io I I Thornton St. Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Mays of Shreveport. La., are Hose: Miss Florence. Jenney. :. Dr. A. A.Kn.pp. .. SHELL and JEAN COLE also
o o Miss Man Knapp. J K. Knisht.Mrs
Mmes. E. M. I>y, M. I.. Somer- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Land. Mrs. Hoyt Kimf ey of Henderson, Boyd: Kyner: Mrs. J. Pate. Laughkn made use of the transportation R
Tille. Earl McMnnis and Maiy The Woman's Society of Ky. is here for a visit with her Isister Mrs. Robert Sissons. Here and Arthur W. Lissauer facilities and visited in Lake City. SALISBURYCAFE
Also Mrs H C Lauderbarouth Mrs. I
Christian Service of the Walker
Sullivan. I from Springfield Mo.. are Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rathbone. the Rees E. McDuIfle Mrs McCullough Ma- I 000 AVOIDS

oC"o Memorial Methodist Church. is entertaining : houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McBride, of 2214 DePauw St. I tulre.Mrs. Charles. F Mather-Smith. Mrs. More names have been addedto CHARLES
George 8 Maynard: Dr. Elizabeth J. Moch- C
with silver tea I OCEAN VICW
a on LITTLE BIG-CITY TRAFFIC
The Young Peoie'c Service League I Dr. and Mrs. Albert Sidney Johnson; of Charlotte. N. C. are guestsat rie Mr and Mrs E A. Moore. Mrs. P. CMorreb the Pi Phi list of new officers NORFOLK jiffeN""
I Tuesday at 2:30 hi the Sunday .
: -
of the Cathedrf Church of St. School Bldg.p.m.. Mrs. Nora Hampden DuBose Academy Zellwood. Dr. and Mrs. Johnson have W. S. Oliver Miss. Gertrude Dr. and L.Mrs Murphy George: Mrs.H. MARTY PERKINS of Sanfordwas ELIZA IETM

Luke, a church ogamzation for I I Hill spent several Winters in Orlando. Opdyke: Mrs.. Louise Orr Dr. Julia.Patton. elected corresponding secre- -ClT5.. SOT time o* the on pared Ocear Hiway.
a missionary recently returned I Miss Anne Paul. Mr and Mrs James Duncan I
young people. is nor meeting at 6 from India after 20 years ,I 000 Phillips Mrs C Grists Plant Mr. tary and MARTHA ANN MAGUIRE ;.ci; Avoid delay and dangers ol biq-cirf

p.m., instead of 6:3tpjn.: Tonight's I' of service there. will be the Two well-known Central Florida girls were initiated into the Pi and Charles Mr.. Mccormick Charles. Hyde Reeve.Pratt.. and GeD. activities chairman. 'I ft traffic -...- This rout \

speaker is te Rev. I.. B. speaker. Beta Phi fraternity at Stetson University recently. They are Joyce I' 000 __
Hastings who will coast throuqb on* el th. most p!
tscuss "RaceRelations' 000 of Changing living quarters seems .Itf
Duggan Mt. Dora and Martha Earnhardt of New Smyrna Beach.o
Luke'sSchedule
in accord&ce with one The Young Woman's Auxiliaryof I o o St. prevalent this month. BETTY ILMINGTONT and historic sections of the United .

of the projects yoifa organizations the Wekiwa Assn. will hold its A few tips for the Interested reader To relax tired feet I KENNEDY and JOYCE CARMICHAEL / TU iEACHICHARLESTON An especial r.atm.-Ih. ferry trip "

of the church throughoutthe house party at the Girl Scout Lit- : take model Doris Dillon's advice to sponge feet; with witch-hazel, GivenThe have moved to Gilchrist -I1'i Chesapeake Bay-relaxes you and

nation. tie House Friday There will be : I and RUTH TO FIEZEL to the '.ti&l meal the
000, and then massage the toes Putting a drop of your favorite I an nieyabl on 1Ieau1Ual
The executive boat I a banquet at 6:30: p.m. at the First I perfume on your dancing slippers and letting the vapors waft fragrance schedule this week at the Spanish house. where espanol Attractive too. or die excellent holeU
of the I Baptist Church The Cathedral Church of St. Luke is from morn till night prevails.
Rev. J. .1.
Wekiwa %asn. will me* Tuesdayat upward is a subtle trick copied from the ancient Greeks I 000 IN( along the way. listed en fa** map folder.
Cowse guest missionary from as follows:
I The wear hair can add or subtract ten from
10 aon. :'at the Fin way you your years [SAVANNAH
Baptist Dally T 3O The Holy Communion.
Brazil and WMU : : a m Dances and parties to be
a seem
representative :
Church Mrs. W..J.Oarnett. your age says Marsha Hunt; a feather-cut bob bangs or a curly except Thursday: at 10 am ): Monday:
and Mrs. J. A. of the filling the social calendars of the RUMSWICK
Bushfield of St. 3 p m Various Guild meetings
president, will preside. I chignon for the younger woman. a slick bun-topped updo for the' Woman Auxiliary: : 7pm. St Vincent wet,. lor niCE 1947 map:
Petersburg will be collegians making life whirl
one
o o 0' present; middle aged Headlining current dress selections are artist- Guild of Acolytes with John Detnopoulos, cas -'seua.m'tA. and descriptive literature
Members are requested to send Warden presiding Tuesday. : p m Jun. after the other. The Chi Omega's JACKSONVILLE to either oi below address
Dr. Royal W. France olRollins registrations to Mrs. W. J. Gar- signed prints of lively rural scenes, made with flounces, bustles,, 'tor Choir rehearsal at C.thedr.1hool: I entertained last week at a wiener '

College will be guest speakr when nett. 1006 S. Mills St. drapes and gores New Spring evening gowns will have extravagant ,7pm:I I masters.. Bov T Scouts.F Griffith Troop and 33 R with B Pureesat ScouUI : roast in honor of some of the Dale :

the Jewish War Veterans f USA 000At skirts sweeping to 25 yards of material, with ribbon trimming[ Parish House. .. : Wednesday: lAsh Wednesday -i Mabry boys. A good time was had \ OCEAN HIWAT ASSOCIATION
>-7:3O a m The Holy: Communion: 10
:
hold an open meeting at th Congregation a special meeting of the Or- instead of last year's sequins Piano experts warn against keeping a m Morning Prayer Litany: and Penitential -, by all while dancing and especially P. O. Box 481J P. O. Box 1552
Ohev Shalom lando t your instrument near any heating unit or in the direct rays of Office: 12:05: p m. Intereecsions and
on IUTS- Army Air Base Women'sClub Litany: 5 Evening Prayer: : 7 pm while playing that old time LI IAMI Miami. Florida Wilmteatoa! Del.Ope .
: pm
day at 8 pm. Dr. Francj will held this week at the Of- I I the sun To prevent skirt sagging Joan Crawford says to attach' Choir boys rehearsal. Thul'tld.r-9'40: a m. favorite "charades' LEILA LANE ttr-

speak on "Our World-1947*. ficers' Club, new officers for the }t "suspenders" to relieve the inevitable strain that comes from sitting Intercessions; 12 05: p;.m 10. Intercessions a m. The Holy and: Communion Litany:-: and DAPHNE CONNELLY did

The lecture is open to the nblic coming year were elected . when wearing a jacket or by lining the back from seam to seam witha 5 p m EvenIng prayer: : 8 p.m. u4\ten eve- especially well with their dramatic -

and a reception in his honorwill Mrs. W. W. Millard. under whose I non-stretchable. fabric. I fling"Teachings service of with the Church"Bishop Louttit This series on talents, and nothing could surpass MIAMI

will run from Feb. :.20th through April 3 DICK WILLIAMS' interpre-
'on Thursday: nights and is sponsored. by: "
[ t the Cathedral. Men Club: Prd.r-12:05: : tation of "Up In Mabel's Room. 1
guidance the club was grown I 2::30 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
pm. Inwrcrssons and Litany: ; 3.30 pm.I Speaking of Dick. he was recently GALLING
civically and socially during the William 324 Desota Cir. S ;
Doerr I Cub Scouts: 4 p 111. Children Lenten serv ....
elected senator of the Tally U.
past year was re-elected president 000 I!flce in the Cathedral followed by: instructions -
IT'S and illustrated. slides on The Lifeof student
government.
I The other officers are as i The Grand Ave.' School P-TA the. Lord Jesus at .the Parish House:
T follows: Mrs. A. H. Foster. vice 5 p m Evening; Prayer: 7:30: p m Full I 000 I I -
1..iA board met Thursday, at which Cathedral Choir rehearsal. ; S.turd.r-12.0: : A chicken Be sure and visit Miami -
president: Mrs. H. A. Ostein. secretary Intercessions. and Litany: supper highlighted ,
\ ; Mrs. J. E. Wilson. treasurer I time a discussion on important I The various Guilds of the Wom I the Alpha Gam week and they S during this greatest -
problems of the school with Mrs.
1. ; Mrs. A. L. Cox. corresponding an's Auxiliary of st. Luke's Cathedral too enjoyed participating in games --'--' -I -- of all winter sea-

secretary; Mrs. S. F. Noonan, assistant :",tured., .nnie B. Lord. principal was fea- : will meet on Monday, as and singing. NANCY OWENS JOANN ,z. sons. Recreation pro-

treasurer. I i follows: CLOUD and JOYCE AM- -
't4 -' grams continue unabated -
t> TIME 000 000 ': 3pm. Cathedral Guild with Mrs. Melville MERMAN were among the honored --
I E. Johnson chairman presiding; 3 I through March
I The annual Lenten study class p m. Eola Guild with Mrs. Z. L. Gibson. guests. C _
The regular meeting of the j I in "Teach Us to Pray," the text W* E Central Ave The co-hostess with 000 ,._ ; and April. For the Utmost -
__ Rainbow Girls will be held at the Mrs Gibson will be Mrs. TfaomM Bernington -
in comfort and
book written by Charles and Cora
Masonic : 3pm St. Cecelia Guild with Up Wesleyan College way we
Temple Thursday at 7:30 Fillmore, will begin Thursday at Mrs. A. T. McKay: 326 Jassamine St.: B hear that their annual dance was '* the Yeer '....d convenience make the
p.m. They will practice today p m St. Martha Guild with Mrs Carl H.
I at 4 1|,,8 p.m. at the Unity Church 503 Barton 36 N Bumby: Ave; The. Park Lake overcrowded with Orlandoans. It Optional Air ConditioningSkyline ALCAZAR your headquarters -
at the
pjn. temple. S. Orange Ave. This book is Guild will attend. the Ash Wednesday. : service Roof
BEAUTlfULCYPRBS 000 I\ at 10 a m. after which there will be a seems that everywhere you go Dicing RoomCoffee while here.
!i studied during the Lenten season 'covered dish luncheon in the chapter such charming couples as 'JOLJE' Shop Cocktail. Solo.*
The regular board each house. St. Elizabeths Guild will also attend For reservations phone iMiami -
meeting of year by students of Unity the. Ash Wednesday. : services:, at 10 WHEELER and JIMMY MILLI- Completely Redecorated
the Young Woman's CommunityClub throughout the world. |I a m. in place of their regular meeting GAN. NANCY ASHER and BOB AHNw miihi.gi. 9-2481. 1.
will be held Tuesday at 10:30: 000 j I The week.Lucerne Guild does not meet. this LYONS. JUDY MEREDITH andI -

a.m. at 117 Wall St. I The Women's Society of Christ- I I I GEORGE KIRK pop up. The'world MIAMI."HOTEL

A 000 'Uan Service of the Concord Park John Kelly in Concert is growing smaller by the IN

The Orlando Grandmothers i Methodist Church will meet Monday minute! '
John Russell Kelly promising :
Club will hold its annual banquet at .3 p.m. in. the following I\| Rollins College baritone and pupil !

Wednesday. March 5. instead of i homes. Circle No. 1 Mrs. Amy I of Mme. Louise Homer will give a Radio Ad Plugs l [ l
GARDENS Tuesday. March 4. as planned at
I Odem. leader will meet at the I concert today at 8 I>.m. at the
the Angebilt Hotel at 6:30: p.m. i church with Mrs. Brown, Mrs. I Seminole Hotel. He will be assistedby 'SeGroundhog//

All reservations must be made ,i Spath and Mrs. Dallas as hostesses Kenneth Newbern, pianist His

to Mrs. E. P. Lavin or Mrs. Bertha ; Circle No. 2 Mrs. .1. W. Poole, I program. : 'On Perfume Use

America'sTropical Young at Yowell-Drew-Ivey Co. j I|I leader at her home 770 Ellwood t STREET
00.0 Non Pin Andral (from the Marriage of ON THE BAY fRONT AT fifTH
I
tie S I Ave; The Sally Henderson Circle Fiisro Mozart LOUISVILLE. Ky API "Sugar"
Wonderland William T. Foster former presi-j: Mrs. L. O. Thompson leader with Mr. KellyII a pet groundhog that lives with -- -

dent of Reed College Portland I'Mrs. A. E. Heatherington. Fair- i Son to the Evening star Mr. and Mrs. John Webb of Fern '
Ore., and director of the Pollak' I 1 (from Tannhauser) WscnerRnhe Creek
; villa Rd.; The Sally Jones Circle M.in. Sele _hnu_ R. Strauss a Louisville suburb. has
WINTER HAVEN Foundation of Economic Re- j of the Concord Park Methodist O Liebliche. Wancen n _h__n__.__ Brahms grown mighty particular since they -
., search will be the speaker for the '1 Church will meet at the church S Mr. Kelly: took her in two years ago. S _
meeting of the Winter Park Wo I III ;' "I keep her perfumed and she
Wednesday 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Intermezzo. Op. 117 No 3 Brahms
I uu
: :7 man's Club Friday at 3 p.m. Herbert Harbin leader with Mrs. Prelude Pur le Piano un_ Debussy makes the biggest fuss if I''don'tuse
( I Mr. Newbern one particular brand of
With Dr. Lewsarett of Northwes: I Roberson and Mrs. Wicks as hostesses IV co-
tern University. Mr. ,Foster wrote I I I at lunch. I Per Me (hunt Verdi logne. Mrs. Webb said. "The same
the book "The Basic Principles of 000 I (Rfelt..nd aria Mr. Kelly from Don Carlos) with soap. I have to use one certain -

Speech" He will 1 V kind for her"The
speak on I The B'nai Birth will
Auxiliary
i Trade Winds (From Three Saltwater Ballards 37-pound woodchuck
"Random Notes on Public SpeakIng have a luncheon meeting Wednes- I ____ ___ Krel enjoys
h
_._ the run of the house, sleeps on a
HomerLenesome
and will
be introduced by The Pauper Drive
I day at 1 p.m. in the vestry roomsof Sons of the Guyon feather pillow, and tucked under
I his wife. Mrs. Foster, who is PI.1DsAn..
the synagogue. Mrs. Edna Giles Were You There* Burlenh four blankets. She has hot oatmeal
____
chairman Road Wolfe
De Glory
of the drama and litera- h
Fuller will be guest speaker. with milk for breakfast
I Mr. Kelly: vegetablesfor l
rRUIS ture department of the woman's
I lunch and sweets between lI
( 0taaI club. Orlandoans I
000 I' Attending Basle. Switzerland. will address meals.

I :-1 Part of ?atifl 1tescDNtLDI4I S The Ladies Auxiliary of the pa- Hadassah Conference \ the conference.
i Attending the conference from
I
I triareh Militant Canton Z ,
will DDT
The Orlando Chapter of Hadas- I Orlando will be Mrs. Frank Stein.
% \ meet. in the Fraternal Bldg.. at 8p.m. sah will be well represented at the Mrs. Gus Bear president of the EXTERMINATE THOSE TERMITES N

: ?? I Wednesday.000 Southern Regional Conference of local chapter. Mrs. Albert Morrell. Ants Roaches etc- I 4c7 ;

I that organization today through Mrs. Morris Skop. Mrs. Sidney : ::4
5 I The
y.'S Past BOYTE
Noble EXTERMINATING
\ itDC tO ;o Grands Club of Tuesday. The conference will be Gluckman, Mrs. Joseph Wolfe and CO.
Orlando Rebekah Lodge No. 12 held at the Biltmore Hotel in Atlanta Mrs. Sidney Lippman. 224 S. Slain St. TeL 9532

\ will meet Monday at 8 p.m. at the Ga. and will bring together : During the three-day session all : Orlasde TO HAVANA CUBA .\

Fraternal- Bldg. to honor all members national leaders in the work of projects of Hadassah work in Pal- .

with birthdays in Januaryand rescue. health and rehabilitationof estine and in the United States i
S &3J iST February. childi en and adults from Eu- will be discussed and planned. THE S. S. FLORIDA one el' America's finest luxury linen.is ,
*! A<* sailing Leaving Miami can new enjoy a .
ISCIA'0 '***' I 000 rope nito Palestine. Mrs. Paul C. Among the highlights will be the RADIOREPAIR again yea
delightful dinner and a glorious evening oi eDtertcriJameDt.c
I Excelsior Circle Aschner. national speakers' bureau discussion of establishment of
$ of the Needlework the aboard bjp, arriving next morning in romantic Havana.
,'
gsU3tA Guild will meet Tuesday at chairman and Mrs. Raphael Tour- a Brandise Youth Camp and pres-

I over. attorney of Washington. entation of Arthur Koestetler's I SERVICESOUTHERN HOUND TRIP FARE. including $ fl i0O! t-:'j'

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DANCING TONIGHT I A Crosby favorite returned by your.
Kessel. Sue French. Carol Stonein Matinee 2:30 to 5:30
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Orlando Florida February 16 1947 Iljr t3nnDtig ttnrl.etar Page :
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Board To Check Taxpayers'Convention I '4'n 4ra a TH 1 S I S 1t iiE TiME."scars 4./4 .




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Cadets OAAB t ty' tLJ- [ Planned Here: "


A State-wide "taxpayers' contention '
An examining board for the tf to draft a taxpayers' tax 1 PLACE

purpose of "checking prospective r :program for fairer administration A t IS 1 THE I
Aviation Cadeta has been established tot present taxes and more efficient l

at the Orlando Army AirBase expenditure of present rev- V
it was announced yesterday. for
rMt enues. has been set Friday. !
Establishment of the board Is in ,
*
a March 14 in Orlando. Gus W. Law-
',;r conjunction with a recent ,Army j4i ;ton, president of the Florida Tax-
A7H
'y Air Force Training concerning Command the announcement re-- I payers calling Assn.the. announced association's yesterday annual I THE GIRL"!

ARE
activation the war-famous Air I
t "rel meeting at the same time. i 1.YouEve
Cadet program ,for all Army enlisted "This is the most effective way for ,
personnel who meet the t I
; f
necessary requirements. ; the people o I .
Florida to respond -
Qualifications set up for wouldbe -
to the recent 1
Army flying officers are.muchthe I
warnings by
same as they were during the a, rep ovCa1dwe11who
war. The applicant must be a
f we believe hing about these dresses
regular AAP enlisted man cur- ,
% + not asking ;
t was
continental U.
rently on duty in :
8. He must be unmarried between for new taxes but
unusually
instead, shouts newness They're
was.
the ages of 18 and 26 and a high
time ; the
peopleof
asking
school graduate. Before taking the

test which will determine his wa Florida to their help colorful, just right for wear right s
him protect ,
character and health he must be V
recommended by his commanding money from

officer. treasury raids' now they're beautifully made, with'v
Each ,applicant* must have at f by minority
least two of service remaining groups of well-
years
organized politicians smart details and they're in a fine
under his present enlistmentor
-
I :, ,,., tat Lawton
Indicate in writing his Intention

of either extending his enlistment TilE "WINTER GARDEN GIRLS" shown above will be one of the said. Lawton forthright quality airy rayon that I looks far
"It is typically
and a
or accepting a discharge reenlisting -
stellar attractions on the "Stars on Parade" feature to be presentedtwice warning by the Governor that if .
for a three-year period.No :
daily at the Central Florida Exposition which opens here Feb: the people of Florida do not want more expensive! .

applicant who has pre- 24. with the finest displays and features ever presented in the history their taxes further Increased then
viously graduated or who has they must unite behind a fair and
been eliminated from a service of,the fair. The girls will present novelty numbers on the stage attraction sound program of good govern-

flying school will be eligle for which will be open to the public without charge. ment.

pilot training. "Such a program can and will I

While applications for enlist- come from our taxpayers' convention I
ment in the regular Army for the Legion's 40 and 8 Plans because we have the I $1075 a M

sole purpose of taking Aviation I factual non-partisan nonpolitical 9
1
Cadet training are not being accepted research on which It must j II

the Recruiting: Officer at "'District Wreck1 at Fair be based. \

( OAAB has stated that as soon as t I Our tax consultant. Hale T.I j

an enlistee has been assigned to Central Florida Exposition directors have set Wednes-I Shenefield. who made the Brook-
active duty he becomes eligible for which
I ings Instution survey on
this training. !day, Feb. 26, aside as American Legion 40 and 8 Day at', Gov Holland's 1941 tax program

I Upon being accepted as an Avia- 4he exposition, and the Orlando 40 and 8 Society has was based has brought our 12

tion Cadet the aspirant is sent to \planned a "District Wreck" to be held during the day, years of ,research up-to-date and

Texas Randolph flying Field schools.or Kelly Field. with initiation of about 80 candidates! for membership.Members I will present it at the Orlando I it

After a 52-week course the cadet of the 40 and 8 from' meeting. dress for the
"We taxpayers in every up
urge
will be rated a pilot commissioneda : I all Central Florida are expectedto top dance specialties. A trained I I city and county of the State to be
be and officers from all
present
second lieutenant in the Army
animal act also has been billed sure that they are represented at
of the United States and assignedto Florida cities participating in the I A record number of commercial : this taxpayers' convention by new season in
flying duty with, the AAF. festivities.At \7
the same time the Central exhibitors have engaged display I joining with their fellow citizens \

During and after his training Florida Council of Chambers of space!, in this non-political movement
the pilot will become well acquainted which was born 15 years ago at /
Commerce has set Wednesday: as its flower-bright/ t
with'the latest in flying big> get-together day and the Or- the convention site-the San Juan
-jets. rockets and the most Latin-America Hotel in Orlando-and has stead- t.
ange County Chamber of Commerce 4
advanced of AAF that becauseit
airplanes. is joining with the Central ily grown since time

Three, classes a year are contemplated Florida Exposition to make the has never deviated from its

the first to start March day a memorable one for the vis- good-government; principles. I
1. with subsequent classes sched- Itors. To "\\'e submit that a taxpayers 7

uled to begin July 1 and Ot. 15. The general meeting will open Expert Speak !t tax program based on facts and I S
proven principles of fair taxation -
with a breakfast on the fairgrounds
Christian Science at 10:30: a-m.. to be followed + is the only effective defense
Ralph Hancock authority on in against tax-spenders' schemes
by tour of the exhibits.
a .
ter-American affairs, will deliver seeking to grab as much public
About 75 CofC officials
Lecture To Be are ex-I the I I
Wednesday lecture on "The money as possible with no responsibility I I4a
pected to be present. William
'Mind of the Americas" series
at
for its efficient use. I
2ozzens of New is council '
Smyrna
Presented TuesdayHerschel Annie Russell Theater Rollins College "Our State has ample funds
president.All
I at 4 pm. but taxpayers must unite for good
P. Nunn CBS of Port- children will be admitted I Hancock for many years a re:t. government or pay more for bad."
land. Ore, will deliver a free lecture free up to noon on the opening dent news correspondent coverin4 Lawton concluded I
Tuesday on Christian Science day Monday Feb. %4. as that I Latin American .
countries, organized --- ----
In the auditorium of the First day has been officially designated I the publicity department of I i

Church of Christ Scientist. Children's Day. Reduced TACA Airlines and served as it4 for three publishing houses
Nunn is a member of the board prices will go into effect for children director for several Hancock is considered one of
years.
of lectureship of The Mother on the Midway during the I the leading resident writers and co'iriTaAbove sts
Church the First Church of Christ day. 4'j j r He was senior economic analyst analysts on affairs of Latin

Scientist of Boston.In Talented singers, dancers and specialist in the Caribbean area America.
t urging all persons to attend other entertainers will entertain on I for the Board of Economic Warfare -* His "Handbook of Central I

the lecture. Mrs. Gertrude Link the free Stats on Parade featureto I in 1942-1943 and also headed America" and "UnderstandingCentral a '

chairman of the lecture committeeof be presented twice daily. 1 an economic mission to Latin America" are ranked as Front buttoned
of the local church explained: The major girl act will be the America. authoritative works of the Latin -

"Many persons are interestedIn "Winter Garden Girls. featuring An adviser on Latin America American scene. i j, ; ( : dress In beige with contrasting

learning about Christian -;--- ,i- n. ;i : tfI L

Science They like to know how aqua yellow rust panels to ,,,
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'fear it heals and disease solve all how business it banishes prob-' i The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio Program hi ps. Sizes 1 10 to 18. it 'e'r


blems. i. Beethoven's Seventh Symphony In A major is WDBO (581)WLoi
"The purpose of these lecturesis (1230) WOIIZ (740))__
I 7:00: Methodist fair Ortan Reveille News I
to give the public the facts In featured when Bruno Walter conducts the New 7:15 Methodist I understandable terms." 7:30: Master Sinters! Organ Reveille Music( by Sweeten
simple ,
York Philharmonic-Symphony from 3 to '4 pm. 7:45 Bob Jones ._ Organ Reveille Music by Sweeten \ Far left-Novelty shoulder

over WDBO. The program also includes a'"Faust" 8 OO News News Summary n News I i \:
8:15: Decision: N.w Silver Strings Organ Recital i and hip yoke. Beige with ; .
OFF THE RECORDFrom Overture by Wagner and Brahms' Variations on a 8:30 Christ for World Tabernacle Church NBC String Q'net :, t
8:45: Christ for Urorld Tabernacle Church NBC String Octet r contrasting yellow,
Theme by Haydn. Too-CBS New -Coast to'C: D Bus-W.-New.Roundup- I I i aqua

Associated Music Center 8 IS Renfro Valk* ___ Coast to C, on Bus Story to OrderWords __ : rust. Sizes 10 to 1 18. -
William Saroyan's Pulitzer Prize-winning play 1:30 Renfro VaLey __ Coast to C, on Bus and Music :
; 845: Johnson l'-U Coast to C. on Bus The Coronettes ; )
by !he Time of Your Life." stars Dane Clark. M ry 00 -- I R :
Church of At : Menage ol Israel H'pn..d During W'k .
VIRGINIA PAYNE Anderson and John Lund on "Theater Guild on 10'IS Church of Mr Message of Israel Morning Musicale
10:30 Voice of Prapheey Sout herna ires lrerrine Musicale Left button-front.
the Air" at 10 pjn. over WLOF. It deals with a 1045 Voice of Pnpnety Southernaires M-t-n Musicale j! -Bellhop
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we"Open have The It-the Door.sensation Richard!of Yes the group of habitues in a San Francisco waterfront 11:00 11:15: News Music--r-for amday,_ 1st ht'Presb Presb'y f Church Church Dn-- -n for,-- t.Ust'st'nln nin i' : \ I Beige with aqua, yellow

day-by Count Basle The Pied saloon who spend their time drinking and 11:30' Salt Lake Choir lit Presb'y Church WInr- nt Q t .q- } rust striped bodice panels. I
Pipers and The Three Flames. 11 45 Salt Lake Choir lit Presb'y Church TrauSalute_ I:

You'll also be anxious to get philosophizing. lUg Inv, to Leaning: W:k Around World News Sizes 12 to 18.
: Inc. to Leaning = W'k Around World H'lywd Salon Orb. i
ny Berigan's "Can't Get Bun-I I Arturo Toscaninl conducts the NBC Symphony 12:30: Gospel 1 Hour _u_ Sunday Strings H'lywd Salon Ork i I Atf
With You" with "The Orchestra 12 45 Gospel Hour Raymond Swing Hlywd Salon, Ork. I
in Berloiz'
"Romeo and
Song", on the back. You wont I I Juliet. part m 1::OO Gospel Houl _h__ Piano MuMe--America United__
:J with N ola Moscona. bass and a 60-voice chorus 1:15: Gospel 1 Houl u Melody Remember America United ._
to miss good dance _
want two numbers I', 1:30 Sun. Serenade h Sammy Kaye U-Chi. Roundtable
like "Cherokee" and "New conducted by Peter Wilhousky; heard at 5 pjn. 1'45 Howard K Smith Ran Fact. Fict'n U.-Chi. Roundtable

Redskin over WORZ. 2'00 Wkly News Review Warriors of Peace Sunday Matinee _

nett, Artie I Lillian Glsh.; star of "Duel in the Sun" and 2 2:30,:IS Here Wkly News To Ya Review__._ Warriors Lutheran of Hour Peace__ Sunday Sunday Matinee Matine __

Shaw's 'SumsiltRidge Robert Maxwell' maestro of the harp are guestsof 2,45 Here'S To Ya _____ Lutheran Hour __ Sunday Matinee ._

_ Drive" Rise Stevens and Al Goodman on the "Tatn1lJ'Hour" 3:00: N, T PhiL Orch.! Danger Dr.Danfld Sunday Matinee _
backed up by"CrossYonr : : I 3:15: N, Y. PhiL Orch. Pre. from H'wood Sunday Matinee __ Ci
.1 I broadcast at 5 pjn. from WDBO. 330: N. Y. PhiL Orch.: Air Lane Trio ____ Sunday Matinee MISSES SLIPOVER
.. Heart" is back on I A story of maternal devotion. "Turn the OtherCheek" 345 N. Y. Phil. Orch: Danger Dr.Danfld Sunday Matinee u_. 1
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4: O-N. _
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Our
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the shelf all- Is dramatized on the ABC broadcast of _
an 4 15 N. Y. PhO. Orch. These Our Ch dr'D Gift from Long. _
'time favorite in "The Greatest Story Ever Told." Biblical series at 4''30 Hour of Charm Green Hornet _n Patterns in Melody h SWEATERS

any collection. I 6:30 pjn. over WLOF. S 4,00 45 Hour Family of Hour Chins_ ___n_ Greco Darts for Hornet Dough u__ NBC Patterns Symphony in Melody_ owl urp e

The next time "The Bob Burns Show." at 6:30: pjn. over WORZ 5.IK Family Hour._ ? Darts for Dough NBC Symphony
visit our rec- S:30 Hoagy Caraifchacl Counter ._ : ==
you ) Spy NBC Symphony
features the' bazooka
man. Shirley Ross and 5:45 __
Ray : Wm Shirer Counter Spy __
ord department be sure to hear u nh NBC Symphony 2.98
"The Anniversary Song" by Andy I Sinatra's orchestra. 6'00 Ozzie tc Harm n Drew Pearson ___ Sacred Heart Sizes 36 to 40
6:15: Out ft Harret Don Gardiner __ __
Dare Rose Ork
Russell. It's really his best and The Metropolitan's Lauritz Melchior and tune 630 Kale Smith __h_ Great Story Told Bob Burns Show _
l appropriately. he sings "My Best detective-composer Sigmund Spaeth visit CBS' .'45 Kate Smith _____ Great Story Told Bob Burns Show \ FINE QUALITY

"The Room 7,00 Gene Autry ___ Missing Heirs __ ____ Knitwear In selection of bright
To You" on the other side.I I Campbell -Starring Hlldegarde 7:IS Gene Jack Benny 4 ; ; a Slipover sweaters of Edgewood a
Autry __,_
Missing Heirs ______
have Just received a wonderful heard at 9 pjn. from WDBO. 7:30 Blondie Sch: Teacher 11147 Jack Fitch Benny Bandwagon SEAMLESS colon to accent suits and skirts. In plain knits with ribbed
stock of operas by Gilbert and An original radio study titled "School Teacher 7:45 Blondie ____uu Belli: Teacher 1847 Pitch Bandwagon \ sleeves, neck and waist. for perfect fit.i Or in patterns of novelty
Sullivan. of which two were recorded 1 8'oo Sam Spade ,__ Bun. En Hour Stars of Tomorrow knits.
-1947. examines public education in 8 IS __
America in : Sam Spade Ban. ETe Hour __ Stars of Tomorrow
in Europe tlence" and I a trilogy of half-hour two 8:30: Crime Doctor _h Sun. ETC Hour Musical Showcase hc.
"Pinafore." Another grand Gilbert programs on successive 8,4a Ned Calmer ._u___Sun EY e. Hour u Musical Showcase NYLONS
;
and Sullivan album is "GEMS nights beginning at 7:30 pjn. over WLOF. Today's II 00 Rlldegard -r--u Walter Winches Pops Concert __ '
program is titled "The Portrait" Monday the \1'15 Hildetarde _u_ Louella Parsons Pop ,t
FROM OPERETTAS- by the Light i' ; series 9:30 Eddy Bracket _n_ Jimmy FUller Concert GLOSSY
Opera Company. continues with "The Profession" at 9 pjn. and 9 45 Eddie Brackei ---- Policewoman ___h_ Pops PoPS Concert Concert: ____
Now for the album you have all I The Prospects" at 9:30: pm. 1000 Take It..Leae It Theater Guild n Variety Hour -'. .'_ 240 Pairs

been! waiting: for-Tchaikovsky's I 1 I "The Jack Benny Show. at 7 pjn. from WORZ 10:15 10:30:: Take We. The It. Lease PeotI It___ Theater Theater Guild Guild _____ Variety Variety Hoar __- HANDBAGS

1812 OVERTURE'' and CAPRIC- brings Mary Livingstone. Dennis Day Rochester. 10'45 We The Peocl u Theater Guild _._ variety Hoar Hour 35
CIO ITALIAN played by the Bos- 11:00: New-s-FMtur9 World h Exquisite sheer beauty ia t
Mel Blanc. Artie -- ToaitgSp4 News from NBC
Auerbach Phil Harris and his 45 ay1Oal. Beigetoned
ton Pops Orchestra. 11:15: Report UNO _____ Set to Music __ Caser Searchiager lisle ofCOLORFUL
I orchestra. 11:30: Music You Kaon Billy Butterfield sad .lII.len$ for Ute
I'd like to mention a few of our 11'45 Music You KJO Billy Butterfield, Henry Ruatell a Or coveted bare-ler look .1 PR.
Henry
best albums before closing i| _WU,.0 WLO U230 VVOMZ- Hussell Or a fmoott sum &.u..
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and look them over. DOROTHY i,1 1.30 Melodiea ___I_ .._ Chapel la the Sky ----_- ___ H 12,45 Music _--. Rhythm Rhythm Lullaby __
SHAY 1:45 Melodies Chapel la the Lullaby
Sky
the Park Ave. Hillbilly --n n 1,00 Sign Oil '
"10.. (oriffinallv from Jacksonville] has Hewysign Off Shoulder Strap 2 _
m recorded -her- best numbers -in a'' About one out of every five per- FULL FASHIONEDRAYONS 95

10-inch album by Columbia. We sons in the United States lives on : Style
hate two of Vaughn Monroe's albums a farm. 1 Pis ins 1

in stock again_DREAM- t l e
LAND SPECIAL and also ON THE I

MOON-BEAM. In the SEXTET S I Madam North $1 I Shoulder strap bag of
SESSION. Benny Goodman plays lustrous plastic head the

such' good old favorites as "Tiger 260 Pairs lid in Sean collection of
Rage"Ain't Misbehavin" *China r : new Sprint bars. From

Boy." and "He's Funny That Palmist and Psychic larce. roomy bars to small
Way. Another (tt't'aalbum is Reader. If you are STIRRING 605 E11 I IS ante riytm la fan compact ones-the style ',

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WOODCHOPPERS. trouble from any CHUIEN6INCADDRESSES I The look .f keenest ta yours for the choosing.
Tickets are on sale here at \ reason. consult = IUTHER N HOUR long-wearug ko iery-tk Styles from 1.95 to 7.4S.
Associated for the Policeman's Madam North. shade (. kanaoBize with plus tax.
lUll next Wednesday night. Come You've seen the rest oLW.A.tlATfl = HGRUS spring fickx. PR -f :w'C
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next week, same time same column -' Located in Pullman House aglow '. 9TaTIONWlOF2:30P.h1.

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a &rnttntl-&tttr Orlando Florida February 16 1947 tne Alliance Church in The first newspaper published bt
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{ 26 <<'ltr Rev. H. P. Rankin
CofC Welcomes .*. C. while en route to North Dakota was the Frontier
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end will speak in the : Durham.1 Feout, printed lirs'Jute 7. '864, by
North Carolina has 144 Negro\1 persons, the'North Carolina Good To Attend Bands ice at Missionary Trainir Company I of the 39tn Wisconsin
.\ Sectors to serve1 million Negro I Health Assn. reports.CONGRATULATIONS, Citizens National. tute. Volunteers at old Fort Union.
in New YorkThe
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Rev. H. P. Rankin. pastorof
}I I I I the Christian and Missionary

W I Will Open Tomorrow An National official welcome Bank was to extended the Citizens Alliance Church and daughter, I Best of Luck .
Joyce, will leave Wednesday for
today by Walton McJordan. president -
I ty f. H. STEVENSON : and A. C. Slaughter secre the Congress of Bands held an-
The growth of Orlando and Central Florida and the tary-manager of the Greater Or- nually in New York which. is cli-
: AND vision and optimism in its further expansion as seen by a lando Chamber of Commerce.The maxed by a rally Feb. 22. We are pleased to welcome
: ;1 new bank scheduled to open While the Rev. Rankin is
group of the city's leading citizens will be reflected tomorrow away '
its doors tomorrow was described his pulpit will be filled next Sun- The Citizens National Bank of
BEST WISHES in the opening of the Citizen's National Bank at 27 by the two chamber officials as "ii day by the Rev. Julian Bandy.

Robinson---- --, Ave." ,- i definite asset to Orlando and indicative Asheville N. C. and on Wednesday Orlando. May the "Best of .l(
Owned entirely by Orange County I of the faith of the bank Feb. 28, by the Rev. J. D.
business men who have pur- founders in Orlando's future." I Williams former president of Luck" attend all its endeavors.
; TO I i Bible Institute Seattle.I .
chased stock in the new bank -With predictions that Orlan. Simpson
the Citizens National will be under do will attain a population Id I The Alliance Church" of the
less than 11 years of more than Air heard daily at i:45 p.m.
the supervision of a board of directors 100,000 it is gratifying to knot I Monday through Friday over
: THE CITIZENS NATIONAL composed of local civic I that in Orlando there are people Station WDBO will be conducted I
and business leaders.Carl C. Hall such as the stockholders of the' ed the Rev. Glrnn Smith Hall Bros. Agency
prominent here for many years Citizens National Bank who backup : pastor of the Alliance: Church in
in the investment business has this optimism with progm Sanford during the pastor's absence. -
; BANK been selected president of the new sive and forward looking action: *. I II
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banking house and will serve on they said.McJordan The Rev. Rankin will preach at I
the board of directors. widely known as "a
!I II It Serving with Hall on the board by3F civic leader declared that "then
are George \v. Johnson, promi- is certainly room in Orlando and
t nent Orlando attorney with Orange County for another bank
I and every citizen should join with:
many years experience in the
I the Chamber of Commerce in welcoming ).
Angebilt 'Pharmacy legal affairs of large corporations I
; : C. Walton Rex and JohnN. I the progressive men and "ONE OF THE MANY GOOD BANKS IN CENTRAL FLORIDA"I
Huttig. real estate operatorswho ,women who feel so sure of our
,; I 27 N. Orange Ave. Phone 8831' represent some of Central \town's future they are willing to
Florida's largest Interests: Dr. express that belief in a concrete :!'
far convincing than .', .....
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Meredith Mallory prominent more ) :: ;
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:: San Juan Pharmacy Orlando physician and former mere words." .
chief of the medical staff at Slaughter pointed to the open-. -
I Orange Memorial hospital; By- ing of the new bank as "another' "
I 2 N. Orange Aft. Phone 5169 ron King .Jr. widely known automobile I evidence that Orlando is facing a
dealer and long time CARL a HALL I I bright future based on a steady! 'J.
: resident of Orlando; and Don S. president |and solid growth of its industrial '
t life""Every
to Evans. Orlando druggist and day we see additional We Extend Good Wishes'. -, f !
business man. i i evidence that Orlando is lookel' ;
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of unlimited indus .
as a city
Officers of the bank are Hall], upon t -
trial possibilities," he said. The t I f >.ito
as president, with William L. Hart formation of the Citizens National r ..'
as vice president and Edwin E. Bank is even more striking evi- -
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Leggett. cashier. i dence that our own citizens have the ,j, '
faith in future. Nothing
CONGRATULATIONS our cat {
Hart recently was superintendent -
be welcome than insti
of more an
of banks for the State
tution such this that i
> Ohio and had under his direction as one ;
He also entirely owned by stockholders living
440 banks in that State.
was formerly president of the within Orange County ant
AND Citizens National Bank
board of
Farmer's National Bank at Salem. operated by a directory;
entirely made up of Orlando citi __ ,
Ohio and recently resigned as vice "
president of the Central Trust C.o zens. ""; ;w ,. ; ::

of Cincinnati. : -. ;r .;! -
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BEST WISHESTO I Leggett is well known In Orlando Youth LeaderTo '
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through his recent affiliation of Orlando -; '_ >. ,< ,f ;
with the First National Bank hereas Close Speaking -', :''' "' -
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assistant vice president and : .-f'! 1-- ? yj
,7 assistant cashier.He was connected Schedule TomorrowDr. } !:
with that bank for approxi- : %
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zal mately 23 years and during that .Clifford Lewis.Nashville.wil .
fi time was concerned with the ad- wind up his speaking schedule ,; :t
ministration of almost every phaseof here by addressing the Gideon ,
THE CITIZENS NATIONALBANK banking practice. tomorrow at 7:30: ajn, in the
YMCA at their weekly breakfast
Present headquarters of the

bank on Robinson Ave. are tem- meeting.Dr.. Lewis. also win speak todayat F&t t National BankIf
porary and will be shifted in the
11 ajn. in Central Avenue Baptist -
_ I near future to a permanent location -
Church. At 3:30 pjn. he will
at 300 N. Orange Ave.. a
speak at the Eola Park open-air It's Correct Tm.
site presently occupied: by the Bought d (7 For
service immediately following the
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Standard Oil and Goodyear Tire .
I band concert. On Time Night or Dar
: companies. Buildings now occupying -
:1 At 6:30 pjn. the youth leader ORLANDO FLORIDA
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the site will be torn downto W* Finance It C.112.1611
l will address the young people's society -
make for of most
one the
way
1 of the Christian and Missionary
modern bank buildings in the
Alliance Church. He will speakat
J ::1 entire South. the Concord Park Methodist. J' MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.ORATIONI
j In their opening announcements Church at 7:30 pm.
;u members of the board of directors
of the bank have dedicated the The United States has about 5V I I!
( new institution to'sound banking I per cent of the telephones in th
We Welcome/ This New Member to the policies and services "in keeping world. t
I ....; with the growth of Orlando and .

t t Banking! Fraternity in Central Florida f': ;: ,: j the Florida great area"surrounding The bank Central opens I I

with a capitalization of $'00,000.
t : I IyL II divided into $200,000 for capital
I stock. $175.000 for surplus and
1 I' $25,000 in undivided profits. .
The present building is new and .
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banking services and equipment I '
i available. The bank vault is protected !4 \! ;
by one of the most modern ;
and strongest steel vault doors .i OURCONGRATULATIONS I
: I i FLORIDA BANK ever constructed by the Diebold
Safe Corp. Interior of the vault
I will be lined with steel and concrete -
with a second steel inner- ""

'i IkiiiAT ORLANDO protection door.WATCH .

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j GROUP "A FINANCIAL STRONGHOLD" CENTRALIA HI. API] Night t. '
Watchman Ralph Richardson J: .
4 I! IN THE HEART OF THE ,CITRUS BELT started to make another round. ; ON THE OPENING OFORLANDO'S '
but discovered his bicycle and his '/ .i..ft1. ;
time clock, in the 'cycle basket, t. ;> ,
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experience i in banking, i is farmer auittant : State Bank, Salem, Chto, and vice-pretIdtnt -
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I names of Europeans from the Y The United States produced
!: 28 tt t Sratfcag nttal-&tar Orlando, Florida, February 16, 1947i
!J Y Maps Foreign program office, 311 Magnolia Ave.,267 million pounds of popcorn in

or by telephone 8006 1946.

Frozen? Pie in the Sky I II who developed the freezing pro- News f
Winter Park
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cess for pies during the war.Strause' .
Flies to Market I Letters Program
bakery and.freezing White Pork 233
ly MARGARET GREENE. Telephone .
I I SAN DIEGO.Calif. [API Frozen plant turning out 15.000 plea daily Hours 11.12 and 4-5. Monday through; Friday I WE EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES
pie In the sky is another product f is also shipping by railroad refrigerator -
I cars.: WINTER PARK.- The City ,i,I morrow at 8 pjn. In the CongregationalChristian Orlando YMCA is setting up a
of modern progress. I Commission will meet tomorrow at Church. local branch of the Foreign Ex- I
{ The sky angle shipment by air. A 1947 Winter wheat production 7:30 p.m. at the City Hall for the Mrs. Patricia Melton, professional change correspondence program of to the
was used for Initial rush" orders. of about 957 million bushels; has regular adjourned session. interior decorator in New the International YMCA. Jack
I explained Monroe Boston Strause.'been forecast. Because George Washington's York. Washington and elsewhere Barber,local Y secretary announced CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF ORLANDOTHE
birthday [one of the five holidays o in the East wlil be the speaker, yesterday.The .
voted by local merchants for uni- Wednesday at 10:30: ajn. in the FECP plan is to promotethe
E form closing], comes on Saturday Woman's Club. discussing "Dec- exchange of leters between
OUR CONGRATULATIONSand it will be Ignored this year. orators Do It. Why Cant You. Americans and individuals in for-
The post office however will be I!I On Frdiay afternoon the speaker eign countries as an aid in foster- STATE BANK OF APOPKA
closed.W. at the Woman's Club will be ing good will and understanding

J. Taylor Jr.. who sold his I Dr. William Trufant Foster author between nations. APOPKA FLORIDA
BEST WISHES and economist whose latest ,
Interest in the Rexall Drug Store
All Orlando residents are
include booklets for the
last summer, has bought a half- o writings Oldest Bank
: to o Better Business Bureau warning invited to participate in the pro- Orange County's
interest in the Avalon Pharmacy .
the public how to keep from being gram.
Orlando and is in partnership
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF ORLANDOTHE with F.D.Walsh who has operatedthat tery of Theodosia Burr" based on Persons interested may obtain
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store for 20 years. subject will be "Random Notes W. A. SCHARFFENBERQ

The public is invited to the Hobby j on Public Speaking. ; at mass meeting.
Show to be staged Tuesday at The Woman's Club through its
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Youth ,
of
Department Conservation -
7:30 pjn. in Hooker Hall spon-
OF WINTER GARDEN sored by Ernest Ward's Sunday at 3:30 pjn. Thursday Feb. We Wish To Extend CONGRATULATIONS AND
show
27, will present a'fashion
School class of the COngregation-
WINTER GARDEN. FLORIDA al-Christian Church.At !i with members of the club as I jTemperanceLeader I
of models wearing Yowell-Drew-Ivey BEST WISHES To Orange County'sNewest
the general meeting the I apparel and the proceeds going to- .
Garden Club Wednesday at 3 pjn. ward the Winter Park Youth Cen-
Daubers in the Woman's Circle will Club.have the a horti-Dirt I j ter. Admission will be a dollar. To l SpeakW. Financial Institution:

of the Town
GEORGE STUART cultural display stressing plants The next feature
most susceptible to frost In comparison -1 Hall Series Jeanne Welty in a A. Scharffenberg of Wash- i
EXTENDSCongratulations three-act monodrama. "The Mystery -
to those of hardier nature. I
D. C. vice president of the
based ington.
o Thfeodosla Burr. : on
F. E. Baetzman. Orange County I
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the life of Society THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Agricultural Agent, will be the Aaron Burr's daughter International Temperance
guest speaker discussing"Cultural will be tomorrow at 8:15: pm. In I and executive secretary of the
the Winter Park High School Au-
for the Home
Suggestions Flower' American Temperance Society
Garden." The public is Invited to ditorium.
attend. Roy W. Echols. Sanford Is will speak Thursday at 8 pan. in OF ORLANDO

TO THE The pow-wow speaker on Tues- building a plant on.Orlando Ave. the Memorial Junior High School

... day at the University Club will be using a Quonset hut. for the manufacture auditorium.The .
Ismar J. Peritz, who will discuss of bedding and furniture.Mrs. subject will be "John Barleycorn's 9
: CITIZENSNATIONAL Clyde Lasbury [Leah Bart- "
New Translation of the New Tes- Pronouncement dealing
'* lettl of Broadbrook Conn.is here
tament. On Friday afternoon o with the influence of alchoholicand
Stephen Duggan will discuss "The for E. Winderweedle.a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. narcotic interests on many I FLORIDA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY"Your
German Situation. .
I lines of industry.Scharffenberg;
BANK The University Club will have Women's .Missionary Union of who has been
its ninth regular session Saturday the Baptist Church will meet tomorrow active in promoting public educa- Personal Bank"WINTER
with dinner at 6:15: pjn, a busi- at 3 pm. as follows: Circle -
ness session at 7:30 pjn.and a talk>, 1 with Mrs. Clark Mathers in tion along all lines of temperance
ANOTHER SATISFIED OFFICE EQUIPMENT CUSTOMEiCHECXWITH' by William E. Stark on The i Goldenrod. and Circle 2 with Mrs.J. has spent many years in the Far PARK, FLORIDA
Components of Uniquity." immediately A. Sewell on Aloma Ava. East where as director of the Institute I
of Oriental Studies he has
after.
Mrs. William F. Anderson and
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In the Casa Iberia at a tertulia daughter. Mrs. Anderson Twacht- had an opportunity for first hand'
Thursday at 4 PJIU. the subject man have returned from Nashville study of the narcotic problem. -
of discussion will be "The Poetryof where they were called by Church groups and temper- --
5tl.r0t Ruben Dario. on a program the illness and death of the Rev. ance organizations of Orlando If I
arranged by Miss Mabel Mount- Dr. William K. Anderson son of and vicinity are co-operating in I

sier.Colored Mrs.Anderson and the late Bishop promotion of the 'mass meeting I II
PfcOM SUS 13 South Mala motion pictures of Flor- Anderson. r
ida beauty spots with an explana- Thursday night.
Central IlorUa'i Largest Dealer la Office Equipment Among the 50 entries In the exhibition /
tory lecture both by Dr. George of I Homer Bodehaver.who has long I
Contemporary Ameri-
G.Opdyke will be the program to- been an active ,advocate of temperance -
can Paintings which
opens todayat ,
the Morse Gallery of Art at will lead the singing to I I ;

the east end of Holt Ave. are pic- II begin at 7:15 pjn. rr;:. I ;I
invited. Doors will
tures priced from $250 to $4,000. The public '
Mrs.Claude Gary Jr.and daughter 0 o open at 6:30: pm. :
CONGRATULATIONSTO Catherine have left for Jacksonville Progress Unlimited. ; I

ty engineer.where Mr. Gary is a safe- t Six StudentsTo i :I .

Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Stewart
have taken the Gary's Bid I ForOratory .
completed home on newty-I, ) i
in Comstock Park.
CITIZENS I
NATIONAL BANK
Wesleyan Service> Guild will Medal

meet Tuesday at 7:30 pm. in the j the indices of the
j One of
home of Mrs. Raymond Allen. 934 Six Rollins College students an major
Minnesota Ave. with Mrs. Allen but one from Central Florida. will I" I
', OF ORLANDOTHE and Miss Christine Kummer as I compete for the Hamilton Holt .. progress of a community is the
Medal in the Gen.Charles Mc- :
: cohostesses.The ''
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Cormick Reeve oratorical contest ,
: annual World Day of Prayer tomorrow at 3:30: pjn. in Knowles number and strength of its banks. .
sponsored by the United Coun- Memorial Chapel. ,
cil of Church Women, will be observed The six were winners of $75 : .
Friday at 10:30: am. in
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO'MPANY.Congratulations- the Baptist Church. Contest.cash prizes and in will the deliver General condensed Essay: I We believe Orlando is peculiarly .
1 4.*to* frt Jt'. .- s '
Regular meeting of Pioneer versions of their prize-winning es- I
Chapter 99. Order of Eastern Star I' I fortunate in having
will be held Thursday at 8 pjn.I says.Those competing and their subjects )

in the Masonic Temple. All OES include: Wesley Davis Orlando THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
members are invited. Mrs. Frank I I( "Poetic Fury-a Lost Element -
Ault has been commissioned grand in Contemporary Poetry?": I
4 representative of Illinois in the I I Roger Ik Schoening. Orlando, open its doors at the present time. :
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State chapter. "Present and Future Soviet Rela
The gardens to be visited Thurs- tions"; Daniel A.Paonessa.Winter
To The day in the Garden Tour between Park. "Tom Paine-Specialist in c:
2 and 5 pm.include the Barbours', Revolutions"; Douglas G. Bills, All connected with this enterprise! : I
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Andrews'. McKean's and McKin- Geneva. "Individual Freedom Un- '
ney's. all on Interlachen Ave. der Government Planning"; Shel- I are to be congratulated. ,
and their officers Mrs.George Lounsbury has been don Marks. Ormond Beach "The Ii I II
to called to KeesevUle, N. Y. by the Strike in Capital-Labor Relations I
illness of her daughter Mrs.James and Henry E. Jacobs Evanston, I
We are grateful to have had the privilege of adding Safford. Ill.. "Individual Freedom Under I '.
h There is now a combination bus- Governmental Planning."

this new bank to our valued list of Allen-Wales users. and-boat tour on Thursdays at 10 The Gen. Reeve Essay Con-

the ajn.Chamber which picks of up Commerce passengers and at test was established under a lift Wheeler & Co. I
by Gen. Charles McCormick i: Leedy
FLORIDA BUSINESS EQUIPMENT CO. the dock hotels for the and Scenic takes Tour them of to the the,, Reeve. who at 99. is Yale's old- :t tI
est living graduate.
four Winter Park lakes returning I
Distributors of Allen-Wales Adding Machines
them at noon. Members of Gen. Reeve Essay !
Sales, Service & Supply The C. of C. luncheon guests committee are: Dr. Royal W INVESTMENT BANKERS
Wednesday will hear Charles D. France chairman; Dr. Nathan C. I
390 N. Orange< Avenue TeL 5454 Hurrey.world traveller and lecturer Starr. Prof. Rest F. Smith, Prof. i "
discussing "The Impact of William B. Whitaker. Dr. C.Wen-' _:
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: World. i and Dr. Henry M. Edmonds. ,
iii COX-O'NEAl ; Mr. and Mrs. George Wiliest I
have returned to their home in Soul
Frugal
Hioru N. Y. after visiting Adm.
and Mrs T. W. Leutze.Hungerford Now Bathes Freely

till ALVA. Okla. [AP A customerhad ,. *
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Give Concert Today supply store here finally found .
._J' Orlando is Hungerford Singers choral., out where he got 356 halfdollarshe :v .
proud
group will present its weekly Sun- used to purchase new plumb- i
day afternoon program of Negro ing. The customer explained to ':
spirituals at 4 pjn today in Wash- McClain that he figured every time Congratulations: :; ; \t i..!
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of its newest Bankw School In Eatonville. cents toward modern facilities. So x .
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";. .'; :: certs at the Virginia -Inn and each time he bathed until he had .: : : : ,
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Plan Session Red Cross Blood
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A'fet:' eats agQnf ofthe-active Orlandoans in foster-' At FairgroundsThe Best Wishesto
ing this d y'a' 'air.facilities was the Junior Chamber -
of Commerce aviation chairman, Don Stremmel. His next regular meeting of the ., Bob Jones founder of Bob Bank Save Veteran the
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i employers, National Air Lines,moved him to Miami but he I Marion Clark Phillips Post. No. Jones College in Cleveland. Tenn.

will return to this territory that is so familiar to him when i 227. American Legion will be held will speak on "Juvenile Crime Sylvester Smith 29, Crosseville Tenn.
war veteran,
Wednesday, Feb. 26, 'in the Arm- !Where Is This "
on march 1 ant A3! he wfrl annnnnrat Nation Headed? in.L ,
knows now that Orlando has the heart he thought it had
the First Southeastern''StatesGUder t j: ory building at the Central Florida lecture tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. intie I when, after discharge from the Army he decided to make CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK

Contest at the Sanford Mu- 'li Exposition grounds, it was,decidedat Coliseum sponsored by the his home here.
nicipal Airport. t1 : +t.1if@j; the post meeting last week. Christian Business Men's. Commit-
Navy in Peace" will be I uSmith collapsed on the street less than a week
-rbe.
Aviation waiters Ate, named r" fP(' h ee.I ago.
financial Institution in Orlando"From
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|him top alrshow announcer forJ1945. : : described by a Naval officer and Dr. i suffering from a serious stomachailment '' Youngest
Jones' last
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appearance
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and rushed to
movie shorts are to be shown. was Orange "
and
Who here.
\ accordingto: those They then called the
A have heard hinr workintr at tha Delegates to the State Child !was in May 1946. when he and I Memorial Hospital where physicians Central Florida Blood Bank,
j microphone of air meet be de- ;xjf, .. Welfare Conference at Tampa Dr. Bob Jones \ Thursday told an uncle where :Mrs. Mary Gwynn. secretary
an
Jr., c an f erred Richard Taylor Crosseville merchant -
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]serves this acclaim.I v Vt ;.i ;: March 13-15 named at the meeting with local authorities I I hastily summoned when he at once made arrangements -
I He has worked an the major ,,:, :: are: Mildred C. Nicolaus post about a 'collapsed, that Smith needed a for all the fresh blood i
adjutant, and Carolyn Mason Frid. needed-at no cost-to say.Smith' i
air" shows to tJ1 C:: oan Y Since" Ii J possible move of blood transfusion.
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the 'most recent being the I post commander. Bob Jones Col- Not knowing what to do. and life. ;
AU-American Air Maneuvers at Alberta Delia first vice commander lege to Orlando. knowing only that the AmericanRed. Smith it was learned had been CENTRAL TITLE & TRUST
Miami and the Cleveland NationalAir and Betty Rowland. I An unusually Cross came to the aid of stationed in the Army here in'i '
Races i legal committee chairman, will attractive offer J people in time of disaster in Tennessee i 1942. and was sent overseas from
Stremmel has fint'handJm"wledle > be delegates: to the Constitution from Greenville, the uncle went at once to I the Orlando Army Air Base. On "Tne Oldest Financial Institution in Orlando"
of flying because he had a : conference at Orlando Oct. 16. I S. C. led school the Orange County Chapter of the discharge he returned to his homein
session and since, authorities to locate Red Cross and asked for financialaid
, of barnstorming ; t but
Tennessee a few months
} The post renewed its request that to
buy the blood needed to
: in that city
has kept abreast of air travel de- i ago decided that he wanted .to
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velopments. rlandoans. particularly veteran because of Its save his nephew's life.I I live in Orlando.He I ABSTRACTS-TITLE INSURANCE-TRUST DEPT.
donate a pint of blood to the Cen-
From,this information be has a t' more centralized I I Miss Tarxetta Coon executive came to Orlando and has
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wealth of facts on which to draw Georgia Hammond working in a packing house
in handling the "mike" and in marked for the use of tubercular Dr. Jones has delivered his talk Home Service director until he could become better acquainted -
keeping the audiences accurately L. veterans at the Florida State San- .on juvenile crime before millions I 1 explained: with the civilian side of I
informed as to what JsJiappenint, atorium. throughout the country. I "We don't do things that way *life here.

on the ground and Jntht,,air. In DON STREMMEL I:. I
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addItion. his readjRrtt"And ex*OI top airsbow announcer ]1 I II
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temporaneous humor add immeas- .
I urably to a show. ,

1 Morning Sentinel readers who County CofC
follow Zaek Mocley comic :
c trip, "Smiling Jack." will ree- s
t ogniM In Stremmel the artist's II
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s character "Flannel Month Don." Passes QuotaOrange ._ e .
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not produce sufficient sound. Don -- :;:
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says he wears his famous noisy County Chamber of I'I'at I
membership drive
Commerce 1947 _
a shirts trade shirts mark. that have become yesterday exceeded the 1.800 quotaset '. .j .. !'

At the glider contests at San- by the board of directors as ,
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total enrollment reached
ford. Stremmel will not be un- '
Sec.-Mgr. H. Stuart Johnston re- ;. I
dertaking a terminology strangeto -.; 'I!
him. even though a model plane ported.
Indications are that the mem- '
meet .will be held.In conjunction p -
with the 'saIIp1a e ---compeOUon bership also will excted'an earlier ";;;;..:., !
t tentative Quota of 2,000, giving the \i
for in addition! 'to-Wrown 'erpe- I II
Irience with gliders Mrs. Strem- County chamber; by far the largest
Interest in them keeps him number in its history, Johnston
(the motorlesa ship field. out.solicitations., have just been sent ?? r :

Mrs. Stremmel. under her I II
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maiden name Gretchen Belghard -
both from business +
I holds a three gull rating as maniocs I li
firms and individuals, has been
a sailplane pilot. And model '
1mprealn.Johnston explained -
plane terminology was workedlate
,, I ed also citing a UfO total of
his vocabulary at the fast
moving Alabama State Model l Orlando members. tw
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meet. H i : w I II Iw
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I At Sanford Stremmel will be r new memberships with more than I
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witnessing and reporting the soaring 400 firms and individuals signingup
of such ace pilots as John for the first time in the cham-
w Robinson, the national champion: ber's history the secretary said,
(Shelly Charles Atlanta ace: Mau- adding: ; .
117> Waters of Elmira N. 'Y. and "I believe we are becoming suc- '
.Don's fellow Mlamlaas." Fritz cessful in our attempts to impress I
((Compton runnerup to Robinson 'on our own residents that we are
.In the National meet last year: selling Orange County to a sub-
I Kim Scribner one of the na lon' stantial number of reliable worth-
j leading acrobatic fliers, and Gin- while citizens who will come here I III
(ny BennIs ladybird who holds the and add to our community Lii
i women's distance record. progress. II IIot"

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Covers Central Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew 1W


Plan for Future Page 30 Ehf: jtmtett ttttnrl-liytar Orlando, Florida, February 16, 1947 i ting underway with most ship-
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Western
Sanford Celery I Truck ments going mixed cars.
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r DICK COOPER i Citrus Are Old Growers GainIn for an early planting were
Problems
[Sunday Ser>tlnel-StCIr Agricultural Editor reported In Texas, with active

SWEPT OFF OF front-page headlines by the frost, which I Cabbage Moveslr planting by the end of the

citrus prices sky-high, the problems of the pre- Frost LossCold month

freeze period of production, maturity, marketing and disItribution Gluts Feared in 92 Cabbage: Harvest is in full
Story I weather has been curtail-
MAYMf HODGKINOur Imperial ValleyI
now are considered dead news, with public interest ; progress in the
I [ Own Staff Corresoondentl ing yield of California vegetable with fairly heavy shipments. The
- a killed as effectively as uncovered cucumbers. .1 I
SANFORD Seminole County
but the Texas truck quality is generally'good. in small .
But with all of the sound and fury stilled the problems still thereas fruit harvests of profit." crops growers '
; are Over-production green ing golden farmers and growers have not as I sizes. The Texas quality is exceptionally -
marketing men regard present soaring prices "fictious" with able to make estimateof have been moving good volume I
as marketing, centralized selling vol- LIKENED TO FIJIS yet been an 1 good and the Rio
.foundation on an artificial although effective shortage rather than ume pro-rate quality standards- The society sponsored the "green cold damage in the vegetable expected to benefit from the Flor- Grande Valley will have liberal

Increased consumer demand. And at their desks and in quiet conferences an today are problems vexingthe fruit law" which set no standardsin fields. some spots having been ida frost damage. :supplies for February and March

industry leaders are doing constructive thinking which may ,, Florida citrus industry and yet. 1911. and sponsored organization hurt less than others the; cold and better crops ,' Planting of cantaloupes, cucumbers shipment.
withstood
not bring out necessarily a panacea but constructive long-range proposals as compiled by C. Walton Rex a of the Growers & Shippers having anticipated.Mgr. and watermelons I Carrots: Full progress is reported -
which although it may take three years or 10 years, will revo- from year books of the Florida League pattered after a similar than was in the Imperial Valley harvest
lutionize the multi-million dollar hfe-line of Florida's agricultural Horticultural Assn.. these have California organization in 194. H. J. Lehman of the 1 underway during the middle of 'with good quality and -fine color.

wealth Nature took drastic action this year and these men don't been urged for solution since 1892. -Until we have learned the State Farmer's Market here reported February in the earlier Texas |The Texas crop Js in good condition *

expect the industry to change over-night, but they are looking ahead Citing orange prices at $1 per necessary fundamentals of successful that on Wednesday 'a districts but Spring crops have in an areas and heavy ship-
to the next season, and the next. box at Jacksonville, with grapefruit co-operation we are not good lot of cabbage was shipped made little progress on the ments are moving from Arizona.
I I bringing $t per box, 0, W.Crosby ready for it any more than FIJI from the market with some West Coast. I Cauliflower: Growers are cutting *
in 1892 deplored marketglutting showing'cold burn on the tops heavily in the desert
areas
ITS- Islanders for self-!
KALI. OF PHASES the agricultural Industry of Florida are ready but not seeming to have suffered ; Celery: In California most of
,
dedarlnl'rhe : of California sizes have
citrus'and In vegetables present a dramatic frontier I I I government," said C. S. KeUey; greatly.. 1'the current celery is being har- although

-co-operative endeavor . It has the personality of the forcefulmen most sanguine of us have in 1918. 'Celery was'also on the marketon 1 vested in the Chula Vista sectionof been kept., -down- by cold -along
the coast.Tobacco
long ago admitted, there is a great The same year the association San Diego County and in the
[ who are part of it. the power of millions of dollars of wealth, Wednesday and in good condi
over-production of third and passed resolution asking the
the vastness of millions of acres, the prospect of leading a development a San Joaquin Valley. Sizes of the
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fourth rate Florida oranges. U. S. Department of Agricultureto tion.However Prize Offered
In the nation unequaled since men stopped fashioning the overall picture of Winter crop are generally good
"Markets establish standards
i ruined fruit
maturity
I by green : I MACCLENNY The
buggies by hand for their next-door neighbor and put wheels under colored at destination" assertedT. In 1921 A. R. Sandlln reported the long platforms was vastly although there had been heavy Macclenny
Lions Club offers of
the nation In the giant automobile industry . It may seem odd Hind of the Marketing Committee packing house-to-car costs at from changed .over the previous week. !i stripping after cold weather.Move- bred pigs to the a Baker pair pure
,to say a stalk of celery or a grapefruit has glamor but today In in.1894. adding that he "would 90 cents to $1 per box. and urged The fruit embargo halted many |, ment from Arizona is just get- grower who produces the most County tobacco -

Florida Is being written a story as glamorous as any tale of conquestor not pay $1 for 400 acres in Dade bulk shipment to get lower gradesof trucks and the vegetable market I per acre and which sells for
pioneering. ; County. fruit to the market at a profit. having been brought to a virtual completed Lehman said. I! the
highest price per pound on the
I standstill left the platforms empty
URGE BETTER DISTRIBUTION The "new" coloring rooms This platform faces south and Florida market in 1947 according
I', C. WALTON REX were condemned and a State I with only a lone shipment from
MISSING| FROM THE rolls of migratory workers In American agrl- '' Market gluts came up again in compiles citrus history maturity law advocated In 1924. the south end of the State appear- the roof extension was necessaryto to County Agent J. Raymond
1900 W. M. Bennett of the protect produce from the sun I Mills. The club is thus
are more than one million laborers and no one seems to as s Bruce Floyd rapped bulk shipme9ts ing at intervals.A encouraging -
Marketing Committee said: "After 'greatly the reputation of' : when stacked on the platform. It t. tobacco growers in the county
know where they went . But between 1945 and 1946. that many damage as lowering "price levels to
slow 10-foot roof extension to the has also proved helpful when I to produce high yields of
transit.
high freight rates good
less were placed In farm labor. .. Which may pose an acute problem good ripe fruit. I suggest adver- the point that boxed fruit can not I|I market has
reckless handling then we must new platform been loading or unloading in the rain. quality leaf he adds.
coon,although of course the freeze caused a surplus now in Florida. meet our worst foe-market gluts. tising in Northern papers when be sold in competition" in 1924.
Yet If these different varieties are mature"F. ADVERTISING BACKEDA a i ..
migratory workers drift off now. there may be a shortage "Decreased production would
G. echoed the
later in the Spring when the replanted crops come into delayed i not prevent glutting by Independent demand for Sampson centralized distri- million-dollar advertising pro- I
harvest. action of individual growers: gram was backed by the Fruit- II
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bution in 1908. as he said.
it must be apparent that the man's League in 1926. I
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llfHlLE ONE: STUMBLING block to development of exports of remedy lies in better distribution of we 'each continue for our himself present and policy the Co-operation between market-
I' [ which is obtainable only through ing organizations was supportedby BUNTINGQUALITY
fresh Florida citrus'thls *
season was the lack of hindmost,
refrigerated ,organized co-operation." devil take the my Victor Newtown of Orlando in
steamships South African fruit was being shipped by slow venllated Centralized selling was urged judgment goes on record right 1927. as he said:
freighters up across the hot equatorial seas to Britain without undue back in 1992. by A. J. Pettigrew. here that he will get a good "We can never hope to control

)loss through stem end rot and fungi .. Foot-and-mouth and 4, who was pessimistic about the bunch' of us this Fall." the situation except, from the
,carbuncle disease and rabies have broken out recently among 'possibilities of co-operation. Direct sales to consumers were supply and demand standpoint
Bolivian cattle reaching near alarming proportions with an Increased "If one or a few men handled. urged by O. W. Sadler in 1908. and that can only be done by the ty

mortality rate.. The eleventh annual meeting of the Florida shipped and directed the selling of who quoted figures "showing tremendous marketing organizations working
:Waterway; Congress,Is scheduled in Mt. Dora in ApriL I all our oranges, there would be a profits by middlemen." I together and determining what
,1 *' great improvement at once" Petti- Dr. W. C. Richardson associa- 1 the markets can take within one i Bearing
declared. | week and each agree to ship their
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grew tion president declared in 1908,
ThELAY IN CULTIVATION and fertilization until
of groves danger GREEN FRUIT RAPPED cent of the : portion and not only agree but Bronze
\ *of frost is over or until there are Indications that the trees are about "But such will never be the case I fruit"Seventy-five in neighborhood per is han- live up to their agreement." I
ro start new growth is urged by the Lake Alfred Citrus Experiment and most likely they will continueas my i State maturity laws were passed '
'rSUtion. .The safest recommendation on irrigation of groves is Im- now to send too much fruit at I' dled by shippers and picking and ; in 1929 and new ones suggested for 'I r Tubular"I
handling done in such a careless ,
-Jnediate Irrigation where against one time to one place and too little]' 1931.
protection further cold can be I and
pro-
I they deserve to be hung"In ,..
manner i
?jylded and delays In others . Preliminary observations of insects I to another and unknowingly compete -I Truck movement was con-
one with another greatly to I I 1909 Dr. Richardson pointed demned for lowering prices in 1932
;.and mites Indicate that the usual Infestations may be expected on out the organization of the I Solid
I our own loss; and thus continue to by R. P. Burton as oranges were
;fines that have not been defoliated. Infestation will be reduced onNeed prove that anarchy and doing fertilizer industries and transportation selling in Southern markets from ,

that lose a considerable proportion of their foliage but'most business in a planless manner are I lines in systems which do 75 cents to $1.25 per'busheL
tittles and whiteflies are found on inside foliage and it is mostly in- unprofitable. I business "without encountering i L. 1'. Kirkland in 1934 came PRECISION MACHINED BARS
tilde foliage that escaped damage from the cold weather. Mites can i "Excess green _fruit shipments ruinous competition and are reap- I out for a law against shippinglow
arigrate from injured foliage to green foliage so the Spring infestation H grades and Gov. Dave Completely machined inside Saving of approximately Immediately available la
jjtiU can occur despite heavy foliage loss. I Sholtz asked the industry to get diameter and outside diameter
the
wood, Oviedo Weirsdale and together on keeping objectionable and ends with adequate 25% in weight as compared practically all sizes desired.
I New Plantings Everglades continuing through fruit at home or he wouldbe
allowance machining.
for final
utilized by the ferneries, they I March. The sandland area around forced to step in. to rough bars. Over O bars In .stock.
Volusia Fern Sanford was completed setting by
were more easily and more effec- Stabilization of the industry was
the first of January for harvest
tively fired, he said. And becausethe through the middle of April. asked through the Florida Citrus I
Deal Shows cold was so dry there was little J Showing Heavy Extensive plantings of snap i Commission 1938. by C. B. Stewart in

better frost.job The of keeping open fires the did ferneries a far beans in the Everglades are planned 'H. J. Webber professor of sub- HARRY P. LEU INC.
as only a small acreage on
tropical horticulture at the Univer- ,
Quick Rebound warm than the stoves. I
Florida farmers are planning the islands was reported undam- sity of California urged general

If,T. A. PUCE Pierson, the highest point between heavy plantings of Spring crops +(II aged in the frost. Replantings in utilization of bulk oranges as an "Serving Florida with Industrial Supplies for Over 40 Ye<1.u"
lOur Own" Staff Correspondent Jacksonville and Tampa, I during the next two weeks to the Pompano area for early har- alternative to limiting production 100 W. Livingston AT*. TeL taU
vest will be moderate.
had L
temperatures much warmer I which would require "Cromwelleanmethods"
DELANO-"The fern industry I coup losses in the recent re-I
than points north and south of Although usually there are only
in Volusia County will be back Statistician; 'J. C. Townsend Jr.. in 1937.
the community in Volnsia Coun- light plantings for Spring harvestof ,
'in full production within three I the U. S. Bureau of Agricultural I
.weeks." ; ty. The coldest temperature recorded Economics said yesterday. 1 lima beans a small acreage is
was 22 degrees and that scheduled this year along thelower
;: Those encouraging words after lasted only.30 minutes with February usually is a peak I East Coast. Replanting will
'last week's freednzweatber quick quick rise to 33 degrees. I month for Spring plantings anyway be limited by the amount of seed
made by R. G.
were Hagstrom out
but with farmers losing available.
largest fern grower In county Because of the slight damage. I
on tender crops set out duringJanual'7.
who stated damage to the present the price -of the ferns showedno Considerable replanting cucumbers -
activities will be step-
crop was only approximately change at all and business is underway after heavy
... 3t per cent on a countywidebasis "as usual" is expected to continue ped up this year he explained. losses, and without further setback WARTIME PROMISES
and that the Pierson area throughout the Winter season unless Spring celery for harvest in May the crop could be normal. Iiir
suffered less than 25 per cent. Hagstrom wryly added "we and June is being set out in the Farmers were busy in the ""au-
Because of the smaller acreage have another freeze. i regular "muck land" areas of Zell- chula area with the bulk to be

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reset in the Plant City section. ._ 'il ,
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Fort PIerce acreage with smaller For many weary war-years you have been reading about the
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All-Breed Events Orlando, Florida, February 16, 1947 Eh} dunaag &rnttttrl-&far Page 31

: Ocala To Show Soviet Fruit Men
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KISSIMMEE-Florida's. [Our Cwt Stoff Correspondent most important] all-breed i; :: r :> y: : ; '<. Prize Cattle Tour Florida _

show is definitely the one at the Florida State Fair in : r- : :: 3i .s

',Tampa which closed yesterday-that is if number of breeds '
CODY Four Russian citrus and sub-tropical are
Br BOB
distributed is
participating':and. amount of prize any
'criterion.. money < < [(Our On Staff Correspondent tJ] touring Florida after conferring with Dr. .
of Florida's OCALA When the 45 top- of the U. S. Bureau of Plant Industry in
r Some top ranking Brahman breeders collected
quality Hereford cattle consignedto i M. A. chief of the cit
herds ,ot.Aberdeen-Angus. .Brah- $492.50 in winning two grand They are Kaptzinel agronomist
mans. Pevqns,. :Herefords* and championships. 11 first prizes ., the First Annual Florida Here- rus division ministry of technical crops of the USSR I.
Santa Gertrudis were representedat five seconds and one third in f: / yJ ford Assn. show and sale here Feb. D. Gamkrelidze, director of the! -
the fair and the 20 owners "the Brahman section.AberdeenAngus r''" 20-21. line up to be judged next All-Union Tea Culture and Subtropical These Include a sweet, early
who exhibited cattle>'d1Tided nearly Plants Institute, Mak- i
breeders L. D. f Thursday the group will include i 1 orange of good quality, the
$5,000 in.prize'money out of haradze, Georgian SSR A. A.
: ;
f several who have already won Sochi: which will withstand: cold
Gored of the Sun Lake Ranch
the $9.000offered, : Gogiberidze director All-Union
prizes In the show ring. I of 10 degrees."The .
I Lutz, and C. E. "Tiny" Williams Plant I Breeding Station of Subtropical -
Top money dinner was Devon SF King, part of the consignment -
t U. S. is interestedhi
of Bartowhada J ;i Plants, Sukhum, GSSR; greatly
Oak .
dale Farm at Cottondale. own- Sturdy Farms iw of the Santa Fe River
and M. V. TabliashvUi. associate this cold-resistant research and
ied by.W. W.'BUlHenley., who close race for the Angus prizes ranch at Alachua.: has been professor. Agricultural Institute of we hope to be able to bring these
,collected. .$&3..50 for winning IS grand champion Hereford bull "
with Geracl's herd winning the GSSR Tbilisy. GSSR. types here for study.
first prizes r.elchtj second prizes with two grand champions 4 at the Florida State Fair for the 'I
and both grand reserye championships $432.50 first ,. past two years. "The Russian visitors are Dr. Gardner explained. that
In the Devon section. and one reserve seven touring the Florida citrus! and the Russians! have a large sub
prizes, six seconds and two fourths. ,,: In addition no less than four ,
Thomas D. Matthews of the Williams cattle won 417.50' with t t ha other bulls and six females enter- sub-tropical crop industry with tropical crop production area
yy. the full sanction of Government along the Black Sea and anumbf'r
Santa Fe. -tve; J&nclu Alachua. one reserve champion eight prizes, vyam. ed in the Florida Hereford show our -
!! Dr. Gardner ex- of large plant research
although 'against. stiff competi five seconds three thirds and one q and sale were prize-winners at
Plained. stations experimenting with citrus
the State fair.
ex-hibitors fourth.
and avocadoes.
the second biggest Santa Gertrudis breeder Arthur Jordan Rollo entry of the Con- While in the Orlando area, they :
amount of prize money, $547.50 by Pancoast of Panuleta Farms. nell Stock Farms at Inverness, I,visited the Plymouth Growers CoOperative I The naval orange Is one which:
winning! ten "first prizes four seconds Uleta. took grand and reserve s first place mature bull while and Vaccum Foods is extensively grown in the Soviet
four thirds and five fourths. Santa Fe's Mischf. Santa Fe plants at
champions In that section and r won Corp. Plymouth. i Union he added.
.as well as one grand championship also six first and three second .. first place senior yearling bulL Coming here from Gainesville, {, The Russians are also interestedin
.J r "and one reserve championship prizes to win $305. SF King was top junior yearlingbull the Soviet agricultural experts breeding work done in Florida
Hereford breeders collected as well as grand champion plan to visit; research and experi-
,and the development of other
1472.50 out of the $1,800 in prizes Other breeders participatinggot ment stations at Lake Alfred. Belle '!
offered In that section. their share of the prizes bull.Lady Glade. Coconut Grove and Home- hardy types.
Marvel 21st. consignedby
I "All trees in Rtwia are crown
Durranee Ranch at Brighton
Henry 0.. Partin and Sons' A. E. Cayson of Blountstown i stead. I
on Trifoliate rootstock. because
Heart .Bar Ranch Kisslmmee picked Brahman up 397.50 section In with prizes two in the reserve "r.. 5 !. 'J41\ won first place mature bull while They will go to Texas and California ;of the increased cold rt's1s'1ne: It
in several weeks, and then
by A. E. Cayson & Sons of "
|imparts' to the tops Dr. Gardner
champions six first prizes. OFFERED AT THE FLORIDA'HEREFORD ASSX. Florida State Fair in both 1946 and 1947. More than Blountstown won first place 'return to Florida for a more extended i said.
seven seconds and two thirds.A. sale In Ocala Feb..21 is this two-time grand cham- 40 other registered Herefords are consigned to the senior yearling heifer while SIR tour.
L. Jackson of Hereford Gainesvillewon pion shown with owner, T D. Matthews of Alachua.SF i Ocala event which will be preceded by a show on''T Blanche Battle. Santa Fe was I "One of the chief problems of 1
$330 In the see- I the Russian agricultural industryis Start Tour OwnHYDROPONICGARDEN
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Hereford bull at the Feb. 20. best Summer yearling heifer.
f Hon by virtue of showing a King was grand champion i that of cold resistance, whichis
y, NiU'IWJI1 grand champion three first J -- -- Other prize winning animals for
true particularly with citrus and I
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For All Information
it t Yqtt seven second, two third and two sale at Ocala Feb. 21 are: Mischief other sub-tropical fruits," Dr. How (. d. it, what materials to ere
II fourth prize-whining animals. Marvel 3rd place senior yearling Gardner said. where to get them-write t.SOILLESS .
Tomato Plant World Citrus
Shippers bull consigned by Melton Hereford
"As a result the Russians GROWINGBO I
also by
Prize money was won I Ranch of Gainesville; Rupert I
of
have number
.Hereford developed a son MIAMI FLA.
the following: Melton Rollo. 3rd place junior yearlingI cold-resistant citrus
types.
Ranch Gainesville $180; Hollins. I consigned by Connell: MissBetty --
Wood Ranch. Crystal River [Angus Favor Air MovementShippers Crops GainingWorld I Ann 6th and Belle Domino
!. $162.50: Double L Ranch. 30th. Cayson's third and fourth
Plant City [Hereford! $157.50 including place junior yearling heifers; QJJ
fumigant
a reserve champion: Con of young tomato plants to Northern growersare production of citrus for Willa Rollo, Connell's Summer Mejrefe g new $

nell Stock Farm. Inverness-JHere- turning more and more to air transportation to reduce 1946-47 is estimated at 338 mil- pearling heifer; and SIR Platonia.
VlJj ford) $145; University of FlorIda I 3rd prize winning senior heifer
Gainesville, $130; Bar Seven time between pulling and transplanting to a minimum, Dr. lion boxes showing a 10 per cent calf consigned by Santa Fe. I jspetialfy developed to *on/a!

Ranch. Kisslmmee [Brahman, E. V. Miller of the U. S. Bureau of Plant Industry here, declared gain over 1945-46 production, the Cattle are also being consigned I
WY V $110; Oakley Murphy.'Avon Park I yesterday. 'iI' U. S. Office of Foreign by the Circle LP Ranch at High

[Brahman $107,50; Sarasota Fu- I "Shippers in the vicinity of the period between pulling and tural Relations and reported Agricul-I I Springs. Paul B. Emery, Jr., Ala- HEMATODES 1 1 j jWIREWORMS
/ ture Farmers [Brahman $102.50; Tifton Ga.. moved 50 plane loadsof planting growers in the North Oranges chua PTA boy, R. B. Harkness of 0
1 A. E. Cayson and Sons, Blounts- young tomato plants last sear can order plants on much shorter count for 240 million Lake City Hipskind & Knope of 1
town [Hereford $85; Walter R. son and plan to air-ship approximately notice when conditions for setting fruit 70 million and lemons 28 I Ocala, A. 1..'Jackson of Gainesville 1
Williams Lakeland [Angus million. The U. S. is expected to (who showed the grand |
1 100 this season Dr. plants In the field are satisfactory, i
$27.50: Frank Jiretz. Tampa produce 52 per cent of the champion Hereford female at the
'Miller said. and there would be less opportunity -I
[Hereford $27.50. and T. P.Chaires "While air transportation is for deterioration of plants j oranges! 96 per cent of the State Fair], Midyette Hereford the GARDEN CENTIPEDE
CHECKERBOARDFEED Bradenton [Brahman more expensive than rail many in transit." grapefruit and 50 per cent of I Farm of Tallahassee P. D. Sandlinof

250. shippers are willing to pay the Dr. Miller has been conductingi I the lemons for the current sea- I Jasper, A. L. Wilson of Quincy

STORE difference because of the condi- i transportation tests for the U. S. son.A. I F. F. Hooten of Webster and W, Season-long control of soil pests that oatfe, stunt and knot
Deaths In U. S. railway grade tion in :which plants arrive. he i Department of Agriculture on gain of 25 million boxes was J. Hooten of Center HilL plant roots. And with healthy
66 W. WASHINGTON ST. crossing accidents were reduced I explained. tomato plants for six years. shown in the world orange esti- pests from on* applicationWant etbiUfrcrop..

"WE SELL PURINA CHOWS* from 2,568 in 1928 to 1,840 in 1944. "Because of the reduction In While the bulk of the work I' mate. Of the North American pro- insufficient to serve as a basis bitter, better dowers aDd rootlJ.t.m..ou Economical e.sytoapplyvegetables
duction of 135 million boxes, 124 for
estimate of the .
rail transportation tests crop.
was on ? On. application of D.Dis recommended by growers,
U. S.. and nine
million in the
are
were made on air shipments for Japanese production. suffered the toil florists and
D-D, powerful new nurserymen.
million in Mexico. With 1 2-10
shippers who were suffering materially during the .
We Can Chemical"rid toil of insect with D D soil f umif int.
due to unfavorable weather conditions West Indian crop of two million million boxes. This is practicallythe your

which might exist in the boxes. same as last year's, but four
North during the time required The South American crop Is expected million less than prewar.Tbe WALKER FERTILIZER CO.

CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIAL AND for rail movement. to total 37 million two Australian crop of 2 1-2 ,: -STATE DISTRIBUTORS-

Tests were made from Tifton million more than produced in million is less than last year's pro- I ORLANDO PHONE 6771
r ; to Bowling Green Ohio, with the 1945 but 14 million less than pre- duction and almost half-million Registered Trademark-U.S. Patent Office

entire period between loading and war average. Stricken by disease boxes less than pre-war becauseof ID_YQUK SOU,.Or..tUINOUS'PtSIS WITH
unloading at destination about six and neglect the Brazilian crop of unfavorable weather conditions.
I LOGGING hours, instead of 36 as needed by 23 million boxes is 16 million below -

EQUiPMENTc rail transportation."If the pre-war level. /\
plants could be flown dur- In Europe the current estimate ,.
ing the night they might be pulled of 25 million boxes is one /-
late one day and transplantedearly million greater than 1945 production .
Distributors for ; .
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,. the next day Dr. Miller but 13 million less than ..
) said.
International Crawler Tractors Elgin Sweepers-Refuse Getters pre-war. ..
"The airplane tests also dem- The Spanish crop of 14 million ..
I Industrial Wheel Type Tractors and Cedar Rapids Asphalt Plants and onstrated that no special packaging boxes reflects serious damage to I 1t
Diesel EnginesBncynuErle Crushers would be necessary. The groves from freezing temperatures

Scrapers.BuHdozen Rogers Low-Bed Trailers burlap bags ordinarily hauledto being an almost 50 per cent I I \
the packing house for repackaging I drop from the 1935-39 average. fet
Care.Lonln -.WlDches Euclid Hauling Equipment i could be loaded on The Italian crop of 9 1-2 million

American Preformed Cable Northwest Shovels-Cranes the airplane for Immediate shipment boxes is two million under the
resulting in savings of as!
Diston Chain Saws Gallon Graders and Rollers pre-war average.
much as 85 cents per thousand
Sawmills Edgers, etc. EtnyreDlstribntorsLowthef plants. The current crop of 10 million
I boxes in Palestine is two million
C Saws
"However, It was also shownt !

We also handle many other lines of popular equipmenl.FLORIDAGEORGIA h a t.. airplane transportationwould -
not be practicable economically most 11-2 million. Although
unless they could be carriedfor
still from
groves are suffering
10 cents per ton mile or less." forced neglect during the war,
TRACTOR GO
production Is expected to increase
Specialist Named during the next few years. s : .
[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl I Production In Lebanan accounting j
LAKELAND, FLA.. JACKSONVILLE FLA.. MIAMI. FLA. (
Ml* State tide, Phone ..M SSM W. Bearer 31 Ffcone ,-..oa JIM N. Miami Ave. Pnone S7SMSAVANNAH. GAINESVILLE C. Edward for more than one mil
Carlson has been named assistant lion boxes, Is below last year'scroP. ......... \
GA. WATCKOSS. GA. professor of forestry In the Uni- but above the pre-war pe-
SIM Bay SI Eat rkome S-Z8T1 1M1 stale Street Phone 111 I versity of Florida School of For- I
riod.Soviet
Local Representatives: W. FINLEY MASON\ Phone 2-3411 Orlando 1 estry and It is expected that he plantings mostly In
will give special attention to game the Georgia Republic along the

SALES RENTALS PARTS '- SERVICE management according to Dr. H. east shore of the Black Sea. are
Harold Hume, provost for agri- reaching sizeable proportions.
culture. I However data on production are



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Page r nnbzqJ &tuthul-&tar Orlando, Florida, February 16,194CfnTRAi contest Itself offered a ran opportunity "That, of course refers to being Ants out.that only Christ give
: to Include: glider Instruction New 'Degrees7In 'born again'** he added. .
I In the regular program. "We would also do well to have I "As for liberty. Dr. Lewis
1 1To Municipal Airport Saturday and Miller Herbert Hunter. Burnls
Aircraft Students continued, "every unsaved
fl RIDASb Sunday March 1 and 2. It was Fields. John King. Joseph Avery CHILDREN OF THEIR OWN Urged I an 'M. A. degree. Dr. Lewis continued per-
son Is bond slave of sin and
a
announced yesterday.The and James BernoU. i "that referring to the I
Serve Aids NEWTON. N. C. ITJPJ[ Mr. and Satan. Christ is the only' One
0 as students. being trained as Details of the Sanford program Mrs. V. O. Sipe had no childrenof 'more abundant life. who can set the captive free."
airplane mechanics will receive are being worked out by i For Youth"All Speaking on "Love. Life and !
I At Glider ContestsA instruction in the structural differences Steve Bennls, contests opera- their own. so they took two i Liberty for the Modern Youth." Jimmy Haskins. Orlando Youth
in gliders and will help tions manager and John L. foster children Robert Lee HaU- of us young people need a Dr. Lewis explained that the for Christ director led the sing
croup of aircraft maintenance assemble the craft. Ohse. aircraft maintenance in- man and Martha Teeter. The 'B. A. degree: Dr. Clifford Lewisof greatest love story In the world is I II ing.The musical program featured
students I found In the Bible. In John 3:16.: i Stan Deware with his marimbaand
at the Orange County Students who will participate In structor.
d
the told Orlando
have been advised that Nashville the
Wztoqp/ze4 Vocational School will serve as a this phase of the training program Ohse said there would be at i Sipes 'He told of a personal friend In' Saxophone and a vocal duetby
ground crew at the Southeastern include: William Pomeroy. Regie least six types of soaring planes children now married had become I II Youth for Christ rally last night London. Lindsay Gleg, whose Miss Ruth Johnson and Mrs.
), States Glider Contests at Sanford Marchinton. Merril Medlin. James used by contestants and that the I I parents on the same day. I I at the First Baptist Church. book "Life With a Capital 'LY* David Enlow.
.. It IARNEY IAKNES
." *;QUESTION .....
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Do you believe the State Rod '

Department ''should do most of I -=0-- S V kIrg4
Its road rep"lrtn in the Sum !. IiInIe!

mer so that Winter tourist travel fr.T ,
would not be restricted?


Mule THE Berry ANSWERS farmer Minorville:

"I believe the Road Department There MUST

mould do this repair Summer work when In the

the tourist travelis





P- their when Detours and difficult from growers the and groves.the products make truckers lightest.for produce to Then fields citrus get It L a fE/\ r __





',lI.. ket.start to they the mars are- "BUYORITY" IS THE SUREST, QUICKEST AND SIMPLEST WAY OF GETTING THE MERCHANDISE YOU WANT

Berry confronted with

the cost of same transporting problem" of making these prod-the $3,500,000.00 IN HARD-TO-GET MERCHANDISE DELIVERED ONASSOCIATED'S s t

ucts higher.

1\1.... J. S. Hovsepian.* housewife. EXCLUSIVE "BUYORITY" PLAN [ 4

Kissimmee: "I can not understandwhy rYES V
State Road Departmentwaits _
the until our there IS a reason ority Plan" and were 1m1947 will see only a slight ,

busiest season to Associated has sold pressed with its fairness
repair the roads. why increase in the manufacture-

Some of the detours "' and delivered over $3,500and workability. of sorely-needed
are dread- many ap ..
ful to drive over 000.00 in hard-to-get merchandise _
For this .
pliances. reason-
and others are 50 star BECAUSE Associated
on its exclusive"BUYORITY" ,
the -
out of
way tourists are I could show hundreds of and because of our un-
an.
disgusted. We p signed i.I
have a few tourists ;" :
in the Summer items, as against the vague deliveries
we to
but fewer .i i Back when blueprints urge you

people would be Hovsepian and indefinite estimated ) and t a '
:: : 'of appliances see us immediately arrange s .
new
.
Inconvenienced If the roads were post-war needs" of some stores WE
closed then. Business people on a "Buyority Certificate" I
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the closed roads are cut off when were slowly coming WERE FAVORED with many V
business is the best and should be throughAssociated real- on the items you need zi
considered." early and substantial ship I

Ralph nelber* tourist.* .Logan ized the need of a fair and ments of refrigerators i In your home-Full details ,

Ohio: "Summer is the time to do workable method of disranges, radios, heaters, are available ...
road repairs and not when the '."
busiest season is tributing a limited supply fans, pianos and other at your nearest s -
at hand. Where
repairs are nec- of much-needed' radios, appliances hard-to-get.merchandise. Associated sf ,
essary In the and that
is the REASON
Winter they and musical instruments Store or our
should be closed Associated is ALWAYS able g
In small sections to a multitude of booth at theFlorida _

with detours as : customers. to "deliver the goods" first. 7
V
f" :, State S
short as possibleso BIGSTORES
as not to hurt I '' 1"BUYORITY"
I the business people We, in turn notified our Fair. 5" "
these Carefully the plan was ..;..
on Buyority holders, (to the
..
/2 'roads. The closed
worked out. The "Buy-
Helber roads keep tourists amazement of many), that 4 o
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from travelling about the oralYCertlficate came infobeing their LOW PRICES ,
State when that is the primary particular appliance
for coming here." and soon our customers -
reason had arrived i with little
began to receive
J.E. Gramling.;fishing camp op delay. Installations were EASY TERMS r
erator. Oakland: "There are cases the appliances they need-
to repair made-and more Buyorities
where it Is necessary ..
roads in the Win- ed ._ always In the se were signe'd-and are still" _
ter but the most ?
In which their order
of the repairs '. quence being signed.
could be madeIn was, placed.
the Summer. _
when we do not it "

have so many ,'}'Aii":., Manufacturers took TTTlJ l h J __._ __ I
tourists.The road
fsf through here has '. note of Associated's "Buy- L t 1
been under = z: rrAggQ
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viair'all rer11! .. : :
and,my 1 : erg j ,
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.. has suffered. Not : ,, "
only the tourists Gramling -
suffer ,but tJocal residents have l MANY ITEMS AVAILABLE NOW

difficulty produce front nulaportlng.tithe groves citrus and and YOU'LL FIND THESE FAMOUS

fields"to paoMfeg houses and markets. !
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C. E. Rowell.qt *Insurance* agent. r n : : ; CRAMS AT ASSOCIATED

Winter Garden: "Yes. do the repairing CERTIFICATE .
In the Summer when busi-
ness is slack. I COPTRIdHT APPLIED roe ?\

This would.allow 1 TV fa to certify that........................................fcii placed ; MANOS WASHERS
tourists to travel deposit of' S..will the vndenigned. company 01 a.................. ''t11 J Lester (Betsy Ross) Westinghouse
more under \ which entitles him or her to immediate delivery of the merchandise vpon its ar. ; V Jesse French Laundromat
., pleasant condi rival, in) sequence according to the serial 1 lumber shown on this certificate. \ .V St tions. Some of I Universal
It is further understood by both parties that the deposit show hereon will be- Hrddorf :
the detours this .
r l V, Speed-Queen
eaver
c_ a portion of the required down the articles selected :
Winter payment on or as a .
.&,"C::"::,. cause to drive motorists partial! 1 payment on the cash price of said !'Iltchaadise. ........ cash or terms f< : 'CrakanrttURUTZER Apex
!many miles out 1 optional ........ and that the price of this merchandise cannot be guaranteed, i ._r! ORGANSi .
I of the way to i but will bo the price established by the 0.PA. or Manufacturer and prevailing \ .3 HEATERS
:.t I: {reach points of i ""S at the time of delivery. All deposit monies received will be deposited m out r-.., RADIOS & PHONOGRAPHS INSTRUMENTS
,- interests In the i bank or otherwise securely protected for your benefit and will be cheerfully refunded \ ZenithWestlnchoaso Buescher Coroalre
Rowell State. Another I \ upon request but at the sacrifice of priority to purchase.ASSOCIATED William Frank Estate Heatrola
important Item is the wear and STORES a' General Electrle F. A. Remolds Evanaire

tear biles when on our they time-worn are so hard automo-to re- i ,\f Tampa ... Lakeland ... Orlando ... Sarasota ... St. Petersburg ... Miami. .....: R.Stromberg'Carbon C. A. SUngerlandEpiphone e Duo-Therm ,

place." No........... Date.............. iy ................................... Crosier Selmer VACUUM CLEANERS j\.
I StradivarhuPhllco Ludwig Ludwig "
__ Martin Premier
;;;;;;;;;; a "' General Electric
-, -+ ++ Telelono Olds
Traveler Holton UniversalWesUnghouse
I tt' Apex Besson
Ii Farnsworth York -
i ., AND THE WORL'JFAMOUS Deagaa WATER HEATERS-
) CAPFHART & Gibson
I .;' .t MertlandSepco
l' SMALL APPLIANCES
a' REFRIGERATORS AND : Perfection
1r
+ HOME FREEZERS .. Toastmaster Universal t
Hollywood Broiler Bryant
r c Sessions Clocks Road .
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,r ,$ s 1 WestInCb".5e Sheldon Clocks Ambassador f
Crosley Silex Lawson J
Estate Cory .
Proctor ATTIC FANS
." ti IVI : xt,." .. KITCHEN CABINETS Matmatie Irons Silent Bree .
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