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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: February 19, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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NO."30993 ORLANDO. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1947
VOL. XXin- __ ____ SIXTEEN PAGES



Bill ti To Cancel PENNSYLVANIA_ EXPRESS IN ACCIDENT U.S. CofC Says I

I I All And

25 Persons Killed, Rationing Price


Water Rights 400 Reds Have

I
I

i 124 Hurt Train
as

lease FiledCity I Federal JobsAppalling :

Levels End


and Utilities l Crashes on Curve Laxity'Of May Friday



Named .DefendantsThe ,.ALTOONA, Pa. [AP] Twenty-five persons met death Government Hit

City of Orlando, the on"a jagged Pennsylvania mountainside in the pre-dawn WASHINGTON [UP] The

Orlando Utilities Commission darkness: yesterday and 124 others were injured when the Chamber of Commerce of the I Look Who's'Going WhereHancock .1 House Slashes

Pennsylvania's Red Arrow Express plunged over a
and Trustees of the United States charged yes-

150-foot embankment while turning a curve. that estimated 400
State Internal.Improvement terday an

Fund were named defend- Many of the injured were reported Communists have wormed $$9 Million Off

"critical" in Altoona Hos- i
ants in a bulled in Circuit Court CIO and AFL their way Into strategic Federal ZE
pital and likely to die.
yesterday requesting: a declaratory _. posts but "it Is clear that our ti'
The bodies brought from
were
decree cancelling the 99-year lease Government has shown appalling
Will Discuss the death scene two miles from OPA's Funds
on water rights* held bY'the city laxity" In ferreting them out. j1'i
scenic "Horseshoe Curve",to Altoona -
and the Utilities Commission on The chamber said "The danger. /
from the time of the crashat '
the Lake Butler Chain. of.Lakes. Merger of [this Communist fifth column _
3:25 aon. yesterday to earb'nenlnl' Senate's
Approval
The cancellation wu requestedby is imminent and great." It warn-

the Chase Investment. Co. with WASHINGTON [AP] The ed that "Communists and their Would End
? 19ti1 F Program
One of the Injured. Mrs. Samuel I ..L"Pd5
main offices in Sanford. The followers have achieved positionsin
CIO last night accepted an Samaritana of Detroit. Mich.. died I
company owns property in the invitation of the AFL to diScuss late last night at Altoona Hospital. our Government where they 4 T e aoA2t' WASHINGTON [AP] OPA%

area which includes. 217.7 acres of do immense harm to national
citrus merger of the two labor The dead included 16 passengers, : can OP2.Et.te. rL Chief Max McCullough said

groves. six'railway mall clerks and three welfare and security""Communsts tJ last night that all rationing
The company .wax representedbyAttorneys organizations.CIO 0116{ HtZ
( In midst
our
members of the crew-an engineerand 'and
Poe and M.W. I price control activities
W.H. Pres. Philip Murray agreed :
two firemen-which mannedthe have a unique loyalty to the Soviet -

Wells of the firm -of- Maguire. to appoint a committee of five twin locomotives In the train's Union," the chamber said. y n2.i '1 would end Friday if the Sen-

Voorhls and:Wells., headed by him- ate passes a House-approved
hard climb over the mountains.The "They will use Government po- r rri usiwy

The Court was ales' requested self to discussconsolidation. identified dead were: sitions in order to further the measure slashing $9 million from

to clarify the status ef the defendants ./He Passengers: Pvt. George H. interests of a foreign power. In OPA's current operating funds.
conditioned his | Republicans drove the bill
restrain the
and to
: doing this they will as far
Stacy Fort Dlx. N. J.: Mrs. SadieTaylor. go
city and the Utilities Commission m acceptance b y ** I through the House yesterday despite -
treason.
New Castle Del.: John as

from lowering the water' proposing cooperation -I Drumm, Du Bois. Pa.: J. V. Lenese. The report did not specifically (1 1'PU I Democratic protests against
;
levels of the present or future '4 X s F first in j- 1// the cut in OPA funds.
Philadelphia: Mrs. Renett address refer to the current battle over _
waters of the lakes. fighting anti-la- Unless the Senate reverses the
unknown: Miss Julia Bush Camden
bor legislation. the appointment of David E. Lili- t ty saidOPA
The Lake Butler Chain is one N. J.; Mrs. Laura De Jaiffe. enthal to head the Atomic Energy t House stand MeCnDoogh
Murray told a
of the sites under consideration asJl'the Toledo. O. will have to halt rent control -
Commission or to the charges that :
M news conferencehe
proposed location'of the'city's Five mall clerks: Philip J. Communiststo t sugar rationing, and price
thought the Lilienthal permitted / ,
| power and water,plants., Leiden. 65. Altoona: Homer controls on sugar rice and syrup
infiltrate within his Tennessee
Murray two organizations -
the bill the Chase Company Bohner. 40. Lemoyne. Pa.; Byron as of the close of business Fri
should take "first steps first i iI Valley Administration.
contended that lowering- of the I I Jakeman. 40, Philadelphia; Har- day.
and then concern ourselves with It had this to say, however
water level of the lakes "would Iland Ik Bowman. Bowmansdale Furthermore, he added, the
I the other problems of unity of about commission appointees."We .
seriously lower the water to the Pa.: William Moore Pittsburgh: agency would have to halt immediately -
the J) an1zatlons.- have committed to the
detriment of groves" In the ares I 'I T. Kitteredge. 20. Baltimore Md.; its enforcement activities.
"If we are able to develop a Atomic Energy Commission unprecedented -
If the city and the Utilities Com- ; Bertha Kazmark, 50. Keansburg.N. i auditing of government subsidy

mission were allowed! to establishthe j' common understanding upon I N. J.; Charles O. Steinhart 5. power Decisions payment claims: prosecution of
those problems legislation! and made by this will deter-
power and water plant In ,the Tiffin. O. group I court cases involving price control
are able to effectuate this understanding II mine the future of America. The l9 oo y
area. I Crew members: J. L. Parasock 'I regulations and its enforcement of
then we may discuss Government in
of can
The lakes involved were; Lakes Altoona. fireman; M. E. McArdle, agents our sales price limitations on homes
other means to achieve common ,
determine destiny.
Down Butler Blanc, Louise Isje-: I Scottdale Pa. engineer and many ways our built under last year's Veteran

worth. Sheen. Bessie. Tibet. Butler unity Murray said. Ralph K. Henry Derry Pa.. fire- Certainly the least we can expect I Emergency Housing program.
That seems to be a sensible,
Is that they represent us. Citizens
Fish Lake and 'oetet'Lab. man. The $9 million rat was containedin
logical approach to these very vexing I of double or even of uncertain or
a $139,360,000 deficiency appropriation
The bill said the -Jear least confronting her
problems '
confused loyalties have no place bill. The 320 to 25 roll-
delivered te the city and UU11- today- Land Mine Injures
tie Commission on Dee. ,1T in positions affecting our national call vote on it found 24 Democrats -
The amalgamation proposal
wasmade" Three British security. and the lone Amcrican-Lab-
TroopsJERUSALEM"tAPrThree :
should be cancelled as Internal 'in letter-from AFL Pres. ..A..
a "If such men have shown inability ** I orite.opposing it after an hour of
Improvement trustees had no** 'SBBiam Green written Jan. 31 at : Brit- i
to detect Communist influence Russia
.
t legal right te Issue It'Inasmuch ish soldiers were injured last night Heads Approves Pricesi debate.In
the Miami meeting of the Federaton'a Better
in front organizations or i addition to its cash allotments -
as they did not own the landor Executive Council. Green when their truck was blasted bya
Jerusalem and In making appointments, they can Sections of U.S. the bill proposes cancellation -
property rights.The land mine near
suggested that the only way to hardly be considered safe candi- of $706,148,579 In funds previously -

company claimed that co-operate fully on the legislative at least five other explosions were dates for exalted office." i Atom Control PlanLAKE appropriated for the fiscalyear

neither the city nor the Commission front was to obtain "organic reported elsewhere in the troubled The report urged Congress to Program Today For Fruit SeenWith ending June 30 but deemedby

had obtained written permi* ,unity" by actual consolidation of Holy Land. crack down on jobholdingCommunists. i SUCCESS, N.Y. [UP] So- Pres. Truman and the House

[Continued on Page 2. CoL 1] I the two groups. one An of official the three announcement soldiers, a said sergeant Behind this Communist Ralph Hancock, well- viet Russia agreed to broad sec- strict in- Appropriations Committee to be
government
Total membership of the tions of the American plan for
pro- that known author-lecturer I
hurt and
seriously on
was and drastic
Infiltration
a [Continued Page t, CoL 4]
Wheat Futures posed labor combine would exceed the truck was demolished. The tightening of security statutes Latin America, will headline. world atomic control yesterdayand spections insuring top qual- on

13 m1ll1on.'Telephone. mine was a crude affair madefrom this gave new hope that the I ity to meet strong consumer
I beer bottles illU and laws. today's Rollins College The WeatherORLANDO
explosives
I
Set New HighsCHICAGO I big powers would find a way' to demand at improved prices
and detonated electrically ,
was
accused Government
It no top-flight I
Founders' Week harness '
programwhen atomic power for the A. VICINITY:
[API Wheat futures Employes from a nearby field. official of har- premium Florida citrus will
deliberately he speaks on "Our Future benefit of mankind. I II Partly cloudy with Utile change
registered new 27-year highs at I boring Communists but said, thatit i start rolling northward today to
Donate Blood to BoyBruce j I Chinese Seek To Sell Depends on Latin America at 4pm. I The hope was laced with reservations I In temperature through tomor-
the Board of Trade yesterdaywhen might be a good idea for Congressional I however because Soviet replenish markets practically emp.I
at Annie Russell Theater. row.
'
deferred dellveries'broke Coram. 15, who was critically I tied by the frozen fruit embargo'
UNRRA Relief Supplies .I investigators to look I Delegate Andrei Gromyko pro- ;
Hancock who will speak by arrangement -
through previous tops In nervous injured Monday when his WASHINGTON [API Official into Communist infiltration into with the Council of posed nine changes in the American I I which ended last night at midnight ;: LAKELAND (AP Peninsular
bicycle collided with a is being atomic control plan of
car I I
'trading. i' sources disclosed yesterday that the Bureau of the Budget the Inter-America Co-operation New --some : Florida today will hare partly:
September wheat advanced as kept alive through blood do- China has asked the United States York City is being sponsored by them controversial. But he agreedfor Stilled for seven days during the
i I(i State Department, the Commerce I I the first time that the man- cloudy and mild weather, the Fed-
nated by employes of the Orlando for permission to sell S200 millionworth the Rollins Inter-American Center self-imposed Industry shipping :
much 4V4 cents bushel to
as a
and the agement of eral-State frost
land Labor Departments "existing plants' for warning service
of UNRRA supplies on the Dr. A. J. Hanna director. I
office of the Southern Bell Telephone I i
$1.984-H to top the previous Chinese black. market in order to Federal Communications Depart Charles D. Hurrey is chairman of the production of atomic fuels (See Editorial. Page 4) I said in its evening bulletin.

high mark since 1920. July was I I & Telegraph Co. Burton i iI bolster the National Government's !'ment. the lecture series, "The Mind of i must be managed internationally, I|I No frost danger is expected
lye higher than the previous close Smith chairman of the Blood inflation-ridden economic system. the Americas" under which Han- i\ not by national Governments. ,
I I It told it ought to ban. packing houses were swinging
Congress pay through Friday, the bureau said.
to $1.961.5: for a new mark and I I Bank, reported yesterday. I Sales on the open market, it was I 'cock will speak. I back into operation in hurried activity I|

May was up 2Vi for a top of "Twenty-two employes of the estimated would swell the $200 I, particular attention to the State I I Earlier in the day Hugh Ferguson Reds Hit Hoover Survey across the multi-million dol- *

12.254. volunteered million to possibly $500 million. !I Department, where, it;."$aid. "So- McKean director of the Morse I lar citrus belt.Because Cracker Jim Sez
blood
company and
[See other markets 11] BERLIN tAP The Soviet-con- :
on Page .viet sympathizers" are infUtrat- Gallery of Art will give a gallery 1 : of the recent wind
was taken from 18." Smith said. Movie Actress Divorced talk on the present exhibit of trolled Berlin radio charged Monday rain droppaf and cold the dtI Me and 'Jed Prod is a goin over

Strike Cripples Paper M. K. Coram. of 115 Western Way.Bruce.s [Continued on Page 2, CoL U] contemporary American painters.The night that former Pres. Her- i I rus crop will fall far short this to that Policeman's BaU in Orlando -

SPRINGFIELD. Mass. tAP) father has been employedby LOS ANGELES [API Movie I painters represented are bert Hoover's present food survey I year, wljlch means that Florida tonight if he can get away
Actress Frances Rafferty obtained the best of the moderns in Germany was "a means of real- will get good prices for the high from his ole woman. One of them
New York among
About 1.000 of a press run of.20000 ,- the Telephone Company for 15years. 'a divorce yesterday from John E. Troopers izing the foreign policies of the fellowsdone
'I and the exhibit includes examples grade fruit left in the State. police
of the News
copies Dally
were Morton, former Army major. She '
sold last night In downtown ( I Bar State Capitol of the work of George Grosz. Sig- I Republican right wing. [Hoover -We believe prices should hold sold seas v /
(charged desertion, testifying he ,is making the survey at the requestof I ticket i for a buck tiah
mund John
Springfield after mass pickets Sub i left her Dec. 9. 1945. a few days ALBANY. N. Y. [UP] Armed Mankes Carroll. Guy Pres. Truman [Continued on Page 5. CoL X] I
Squadron DepartsSAN an we are are
halted two company trucks, preventing after he returned from overseas. State troopers barred the New I Pene du Bois and Frederick i i /
delivery of'the entire DIEGO CaL [AP De- I York State Capitol to the public Taubes. goin to dance

batch. Management representa- parture of a squadron of subma- on orders of the Republican Ad- I At 5 o'clock Ramona C. Beard, FIRST PERFORMANCE HAILED with some of f
f lives did not divulge what means rines for the first major Pacific "Quake Shakes Japan I ministration yesterday after 1,000 professor of organ at the Florida I them purtty gals.

were used to transport. the news- Fleet maneuvers since V-J Day TOKYO [API An earthquake 'demonstrators from New York State College for Women will be 4 Hits nice weather -

papers. I| was disclosed by the 11th Naval shook Tokyo Yokohama, the adJacent I City marched from the"! railroad 'guest artist at the vespers at Fred Stone Stars In for a shindig
1 District yesterday. The underseas Kanto Plain and part of station to protest allegedly inade- 'Knowles Memorial Chapel. Her Opening like that not too i/ / "z .

Tonight's Movies craft will form a scouting force for Northern Honshu for nearly a I quate housing legislation.The i program will include works by hot nor too cold.

BKACHAMTn* Tim. the. Flu Cod the main body of ships, scheduled minute Monday night, but no doors were guarded until Buxtehude. Bach Liszt and other Of 'Mark Twain' At RollinsTHE but just rite for dancin. Jed said
the GIrL" 1 OS. 3:15..1:20.: T M. 1.35. to sail Monday. I damage was reported. the Legislature adjourned for the .popular composers for the organ. he's goln to shine up to some of
ROXY "The Timt. the PUc asd tbsGttI. I
: the fellows never
I i police cause you
I The day will close with the
105. 3:15.: 1:20. 1:33. 1:35.: night and then were locked. They second I
COLONY "Tb SevtBth Vtfl." 180. performance of Harold M. CAST can tell when' its helpful to be ableto
;9: .M. 80. 1'45. .:40 I ANDREWS NAMED TO HEAD DIVISION were to be open as usual today, Commentator-Sydney Lanier. Col Henry It. Roftn call em by their first name.
ISh n' "Mark
e r m a play
s new
CAMEO -8 1U 0-RMTk*,* 100.> 9::10.IU. .- a Republican spokesman said unless Katie O"Leal'J'-Barbara Lewis. .
: T 45. 1 45. I Twain" starring Fred Stone at Edwin Waite. I *
GRAND: Doves Hluout W.T," 110. another demonstration war- Susy Clemens--Jean Cartwright. Clara Clemens-Do Lorenz. : TOOVS TIDE
t:35.: ,:00. :24. Th IBBCP.. CU'cJe.1:00. : Asks Funds To AidJHospital's ranted new action.Truman's : 8:15: p-m. at Annie Russell theater. Mark Twain-Fred Stone. Alexander Graham Bell- ._. suet Tttf*. Huh 5 41 am.
:3.14. S:SO. ..IS, U:40. Attorney and 7:07: 9.m.. Low 13:It ..at. and 11;Mp
...** I Rudyard Kipling William
BABY GRAND: -Dtncerwis Puaa.JO Gene Stnrchio. .m.
'; ':10.: Tb. CfcMMn." 7:J*. 10:1*. VacationItinerary Canadian Order Eases Barker. A lecture chairman- I I ee.a ***** T**+K HKh 5 M a .... >a<
RIALTO -N. T\m. fw Cfmmtr.-'l-OO. I I TIT ....., Low 12:27: a.. aad 12 M .,...
3:44. "'30. ':IS: TIM Mlulat M7 5:25.: S b. 1100.voous. Huckleberry Finn- An English newsboy- sad 1;12 5 m.. Low 12:22 a... aid 12.01PhaM
"Bost. Bl tk. 8Mth.-.00, .SS. .
YORK lAP] A Canadian ; '
a:55. IV! ';44 I Appointment of Charles O. Andrews attorney, as WASHINGTON [AP) The David Donnelly. George Saute. '; n *: al..s 7.00.015 &:It.LOC.L .
Government order
DRIVE-INTti: Bid Show ort.CLERMON'r. ." i White House yesterday announced giving high An English
-!!' V.llty Serenade,** chairman of the in the Gen. U.-So Grant- news reporter-
4C .. : men's division $750,000 campaign i a 15-day vacation itinerary which' railway priority to newsprint shipments Fred Taylor TEMPERATYRESRecorded
DUAND-OREKA GUI from ,
Reedy Talton by tJ 8. Weather Buren 5
Uilvcukee." I for Orange Memorial Hospital's proposed new wing was will take Pres. Truman by plane will probably ease the : A messenger boyDonnelly.- Municipal AirportMixurcim:
ECST13It rm lack.- threat of a serious shortage ofnewsprint Bin. Grant-Josette Stancin.Mary Tfe Miooi._... 45lam.
and ship next month to the
GROVELAND-- Nobody Lives Forever announced yesterday by Harry P. Leu, general chairman Carib- among U. S. j Grant's Maid David _____u U i I.,.... __ 74
HAINES CITY--'lama's OMen MT I and bean for official receptions in newspapers A telephone linesman- 2.11I. ____ 51 2pm. .__.__ 71
Burton Thornal head of the drive.In .
organizational --
terv; "Cockeyed Ulr.cle." Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands Cranston Williams, general 1 Phyliss Starobin. Jack J DI. ______ II J.,m. ____..._ 75
KIBSIMWIB TlOM .< Their LJ..." accepting the appointment< manager of the American Newspaper ; Sayers. 4 a-m. _______ II I 4.,IlL ___.._ 77
UKSBUKO. -Bledtei Blc Mem at' Andrews made immediate after a three-night stop at KeyI I I Mr. Dalton-Robert Boyle. Dr. Qaintard-Arthur Enyart. I..... __..4S Sass.Sam. u___ '.
FAD: -Bute Fa tedcUeout" an appeal I en- I West Fla. Publishers Assn. said yester- Olivia Clemens 47 5 .,.. 'f5
quate hospital are Helen
we Balle '.
space -
N. Y. Times -
MOUNT DO1A: -No Lan. Ho IrOTfc" to "every able bodied citizenin i!1 iday. I(I ) reporter- 7 ..... ____ 41 7 ...... ___ 70
) BANPORD- -Fcithfid im. M7 FuBhm. Orlando to render personal dangering our own families. Whena The trip starts from here Marchi I The :Mr. Pa1l'e-Robe Cannon Sheldon Marks. a a a. r__ 45 I a...... _.. ._ IS
ST. CLOuD: -B *...B. Territory- as person is ill enough to require i i 8 and winds up March 23. i, Government ordered at 5 ..... _u__ 12 5 .,.-. h__ 12I.
WHITER GARDEN: "B a T1 CaTTOTl well as financial aid to the cam- hospitalization there be no The Chief Executive also win least partially reversed an earlier ,: "Mark Twain" by Harold M. s... _____ III I 130 ..... 60
can
Sketchbook"LAKELAND paign. I i Sherman was presentedat 11 .... _____..U 11.,.. __ 60lU.
which
i ruling had forced
-:POLK "Black BMtT": excuse for us If we have failed to wintess fleet maneuvers and makean seven the Annie Russell Theater at Rollins last .. uu_ .. _u_ ItTIMIII".Tuau
"We win need to College night
*LACKDeadln. tt Dova-; LAKE: manpower help provide that space through sheer unofficial visit to the Amer- Canadian newsprint mills to shutdown
"The Hunk: ,- -I ACCOM My Pareau. raise the $750.000 this being the first of the CLSEWNEBE .
*** us necessary ,inertia or lack of interest." ican Naval Base at Guantanamo because of a lack of freight performance new play in any WASHINGTON seer Weatiwr Surest report

required to build Andrews pointed to the "many Cuba. cars. : theater. The audience was distinguished some of the mem- of temperature for the 24 ours endl -

1941 ebYUalriy 1947JHJaf Orange an addition Memorial to additional services" which wouldbe I' r I I bens of it. being nationally and a few internationally, 1 l I.*Utw pm1 .: Kiss. Law fttatiM M** Low

available to Orlandoans with' Actress WedsHOLLYWOOD I famous. : Aleeu' 1! 12 i Los Lose). .',?
JM "ft*."Vfcrf tar ( .f Hospital he Charter 5f IlURCTW9 20
,14' completion of the new hospital I, Q LOttmue vtMerapbu ZJ!
2\l21 said. "The crying wing: [AP) Actress I The play is very good of its kind. heroine. "Mark Twain" has less Atlaata Atltte "2J'J: '>i..
Qty VtBiraiacbaai n
\ f' Mertdtal 13 H
need of extra "One of the most Important Claire James returned here yesterday -. Service "' It is not likely to change the glamour than "Victoria Regina" 72 3'J Miami 17 11

232425262728' hospital space is he said "will be the addition ofa from Las Vegas. Nev. with : cGRIFFIN *":" course of history nor is it of deep but more friendliness. In an. given Boston Buffalo 32 S3 21 30 Puns MoMlc-Sf.F1 70 19 i5
her third husband. William Gi- I
eo self evident large and modern medical :- the same chance as the Housman : Bvrbactoa 32.1 M01ItaOlTonY 7J 3'J
that none of us clinic. Known as an out-patient rard. movie producer whom she : son why & given aNew play, it is highly probable that it Chatuaoce. M 21 Mew Orleans 14 45
n41 jQareh 1 can fail to recognize wed in the Nevada city in a 5 a.m.. York and for will have much Chicago 1* I. Korfolk W n
.
department this service will production run as success. CtacianaU :M 29M I PhiUdelphU 4. 2.
..rM.t It and cover every conceivable phaseof ceremony. a long long time. The only comparable There Cleveland :32 27 I Pboeniz 69 3t
1M good
%W I are some very
tar II Oafs 51 I PitUborcB JI n
none of us should hospital work. This department production of recent timesis ....
I lines in the play, mainly quotations DearerDetroit 32 33 I Porttd. 49 30
1 fan to meet this will care for the immediate Tennessee Okays Open Shop .- -.. .... 'Victoria Regina." Both plays from Twain himself but Jt 29 Richmond: 64 27

civic obligation. needs of the sick both before NASHVILLE Tenn. UPI The I are episodic domestic and simple. the author has woven them so Duluth PaM 61 a5 39 sera 8t L ABtonl Bi 73 33 57 JOEl

2345678. Even more im- and after hospitalization.!! Those Tennessee Senate adopted an "Mark Twain" has more humanity cleverly Into the fabric of the Port worth H B FTUCLK 54 44
.
portant. however who not require hospitalization anti-closed: shop bill yesterday bya than the Housman play. inasmuchas GalTcatoaJatbuwrill II' M 8 T BB a T7 42
mar play itself that they are merely T7 44 8e.(tl* 41 11
..' 9 K) 11.12 13 us than any civic will be cared for daily vote of 25 to 7 in one of the I .. ",iusssyc Sherman has sympathy and respect a part of the pattern and do not Kaa..* City MKrr 32 T mff" 73 4'
obligation is the Andrews I wildest cessions of the 75th Gen- II for his hero and Housman wt 71KBomll 59 vickrar 7t 34

fact that without providing ade- [Continued on Page 2-CoL 1] eral Assembly. ,I J was' a little contemptuous: of his [Continued en Page 2, CoL 6] idols lock* 12 M 41 37 WttaiBX WuiBiat M 49 35 21


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Wednesday February 19 19471 I triumph In the part of Itvvy. great asset in this scene since she*
Page 2 rIanb1t iflrtratna Btntlntl Stone StarsIn
t Oil WorkersPlan Twain's wife. Modest because she does most of the talking.

makes no effort to score but plays Edwin Waite made an excellent'

Cites U.S. CofC, Says Play At into the hands of others and gives I t.h1nrot toe part of Col. Henry H.

I 4 Andrews Appeals ; Durant I Ii StrikeSAN the tunity rest to of distinguish the cast every themselves.She oppor-. 'Rogers Jean-Cartwright and no

400 Reds Have Rollins is the most charming of Lorenz were both pretty and com-

; plump, pretty, middleaged matrons 'I petent as Twain's, daughters.
For Hospital Funds i Peace PlansTrends i JobsI FRANCISCO [UP] Between [Continued From Page 1) and a very Intelligent act- Robert Cannon- in the part of

I I Federal 7.000 and 20,000 CIO oil workers stand out'like sore fingers This ,ress.Keedy i Paige, the inventor, over-acted
were poised last night to walk Taiton is unusuallygood hopelessly. Since the keynote of
Continued From Page-1] a campaign that can not be overshadowed In the course of history I I From Page 1] off their Jobs at oil refineries in is really good craftsmanship. I I in the part of Gen. Grant. II the play is low. he threw the scene
I
by any other need. I indicate that the only way to establish numbers. And.it five Western States at 10 a.m. today I The star is,of course Fred Stone The scene In which Grant hands I completely off pitch and the
in increasing
until their needs have been met. Leu pointed out that the current is through fag in a strike for wage boosts in the title role but he has a { the last pages of his memoirs to subtlety that distinguished the
a superior -
This type of hospital service Is drive Is "probably the largest in peace. added. Communists were trying that will pinch off gasoline supplies ,I notable supporting cast. Stone is J Mark Twain is truly astonish- other scenes was utterly lost.
a vital necessity to a community Orlando's history and without power Dr. Will R. Durant hard to work their ways into U.s. and curtail production of ing. The ex-President is speech "Mark Twain" has an the earmarks
of this size and it appears to doubt the most necessary in the noted author and one of America's occupation posts abroad. natural gas for home heating and an old hand. He misses nothing is i iI less from the effects of cancer of a substantial and con
me that it should be our duty' nearly 30-year history of our hos foremost historians told membersof I confidential information cooking on the West Coast. I I never obvious and inspires real |: of the tongue and the part is tinued success and will probably
and privilege to do everything pital." the Orlando Executives Club I "Leaks of It will be a strike for a 25 cent .affection in the audience. He grew played in pantomime and what enjoy it for a long time to come
within our power to change this He stated that the hospital can 1 I are so serious that many hourly "cost of living" increase from a middleaged but still en- pantomime! The audience made J.E.C.
'
from a plan to a reality." not expand its services under pres- meeting at the Orlando. Country,' Governments hesitate to confide and the first major walkout of thusiastic man. into a literary both surreptitious and open use I p
ent conditions and with present Club last night. |I''I in us it said. "America is dis'sipating 1947 in the United States. hack, hag-ridden by debt and'' of handkerchiefs at the close of II I Windsors Reach Nassau
The new men's division chairman its immense and
power and,
almost the an
facilities. Dr. Durant was introduced by I 'over-worked to the pointof scene even greater '
stressed again that "not only "There simply" is not enough Mayor William Beardall after !!i prestige throughout the world, in I Hunting authorities agree that desperation. He did everythingthat tribute refrained from ap- NASSAU [UP] The Duke and
house the most
will the wing
new because it tolerates advisers
part the "live- could be done with the part plauding. Duchess of Windsor arrived
room in the present hospital I the best way to compute yesterday -
modern of out-patient depart- building to care for the current Prer. Paul SUne had announced !I I'who seek precisely such a result.' I weight of a dead deer is to con- and did it as well as it could be Josette Stanclu was dignifiedand from Miami for an informal -
ments but will Include a new surgical eases and In the face of the the election of three new direc-| It warned the administration sider the weight of a dressed deeras I I done. gentle in the part of Mrs visit. They were met by a
department, increased facilities ever growing demand for hospital tors. They were: Brantley Burch- II' however that it should not wait .78812 of the "live" weight j Helen Bailey scores a modest Grant. She has a lovely voice, a crowd of several hundred.
for Negroes, material increase I' for Congress to act before begin
service there be gnawer E. L. ] Brewton and J. -
in space and facilities of the ma- can no am. Roy Iii g- a Communist purge on its
ternity department and a complete but for us to provide more N. Stonebraker. I own.

new surgical section contaIn- apace In he said. Basint his address on "What. "National security demands NO OTHER COFFEE GIVES YOU.
commenting on Andrews acceptance '
ing major and minor operating of the important post of Are the Lessons of History" Dr. prompt although carefully con-
rooms, specialized departments for sidered action." the report saId. e
the men's division chairman Durant expressed the hope that a
orthopedic cystoscopicand
surgery "We urge this knowing that the
clinical Thorns said: world could be accomplished
operating rooms. peace Government has extensive files
"It is with a great deal of personal
Thorns declared that a goal of satisfaction through efforts such as were now which would Justify an extensive
that I can an- '
"at least 300 workers Is being nounce Mr. Andrew's acceptanceof being exerted by the United Nations program of security standards and
for the men's division of : measures '
sought
this job. I have worked with Organization.
the campaign. He added his "ur him in other campaigns and know -The basic factor of life Is I
gent appeal" for "an Immediate that he is an outstanding worker competition and war is the ultimate -
.response from the men of Orlando I and has the Interests of the hospi- form of all human competition House Slashes
and Orange County in answer to
tal close to his "
I heart. "
Dr. D v r ant said. _
I "There was only one peace that I veee-,
I :
'ever lasted for any length of I :
Bill To Cancel Two time. That was the Roman OPA's FundsContinued .
NegroesAttack peace from 31 B.C.. to 191 A.D.

"I do not think that peace can
Water Rights be established by democratic pow- I [ From Page 1] Mf/ I
ers. The only 'way to establish
Lease Filed Girl peace is through a superior power. unnecessary. Most of it had been
The task of organizing peace to-I given originally to the Army and

[Continued From 1] day is greater than any task of Navy.
Page 'JACKSON Miss. [UP] An byeterica122yearold -
The cash is for
:statesmanship and we must be patient new use during
alan of land owners In the lakedistrict girl sobbed out I if it is to be accomp&hed.1 i the remaining months of this fiscal -
Involved and that the city for police yesterday the'story of a Dr. Durant traced the course of year and all but $3,160,000 of it
I history to show the trends of civi- is earmarked for the Veterans Ad-
nightmarish hour and half
and Commission were "attempting I a spentin I lization In regards to biological ministration. _
to deprive the plaintiff of property the trenches of Jackson's Civil reproduction the geographic distribution } Other developments in Congress -

without just compensation and war Battlefield Park with two Negroes economic stabilization, :
without due process' of law. who held a dagger at her political, moral and religious ef I Senate Republicans, confrontedwith
fects. Army-Navy danger signals
The bin also said the City of throat and attacked her twice against weakening military defenses -
The birth rate of a nation deter I I A&P Coffee to in the roaster-fresh bean. and
Orlando did not lie in the natural each. voted 22 to 19 to cut Pres- comes you
mines its place in civilization Dr. ,
watershed outlined by law as the I Durant said, adding "A high birth ident Truman's $37.500.000,000 then when it is ground just right for own
buy your
Windermere Special Navigable Ca- launched rate is evidence of a low civilization j I|I budget by only $4,500,000,000 instead you ,

nal District and that it had no I I western Mississippi where the two a low birth rate evidence. of ![I Rep.of Knutson$6 billion.[R-Minn.l author .4. coffeepot. Yes, A&P Coffee delivers fine, fresh flavor in cup
a high civilization and a stagnant I
right to erect water and power [ of a 20 cent across-the-board J
I Negroes-one gaunt and silent per
birth rate evidence of dying Furthermore
a
after other coffee offers more ,
plants or draw water "in large : the other stunted and a braggartfled I civilization. I I I tax cut bill said the smaller cut an cup. no you

Quantities" from the lakes. into the woodlands after As an example he cited the case would slash in mean income a smaller taxes.percentage !;1 A&P Coffco comes in a blend to suit your taste mild,
Named as defendants were:
of France, which Increased only
|I I
Mayor William Beardall, Com. two million in population from Secretary of State Marshall medium 01 So it's to see why A&P Coffee is
rejected' a Russian protest that stiong. easy
missioners Merle Heasley. George seating the Utilities Commission. 1600 to the present day declaring '
Sipple. J. J. Newell and R. L. Williams Gov. Millard Caldwell. Compt.C. Trance is finished for our time." Undersecretary Acheson had America most popular coffee by millions of pounHs. It's
testified before the Senate ..
representing the City of M. Gay. Treas. J. Edwin Larson Dr. Durant laid "It Is out of 'I
Orlando. Atty. Oen. Tom Watson and the abundance of births that Atomic Committee in word the only coffee that can claim that distinction. -' :.
L. B. McLeod J. T. Branham. Com. of Agriculture Nathan Mayo, nature. forms its competitive "rudely slanderous and hostileto .
Clarence Johnson, Dr. H. M. Bear a* Trustees of the Internal Improvement groups. Of the great religions the Soviet Union. Marshall
..
.
told Soviet Foreign Minister ,
dall .and Mayor. Beardall. repre- .Fund. now competing for American Molotov that A....eso.. act d "in -
souls the one which produces line-.f duty": ;;d"e'.vh; ; American e :
the greatest number of children Democratic
: system.
will probably be the one to win Sen. Ellender tD.-La.l told the

out. Senate Labor Committee that
r sal Regarding religion. he said it "bullies" like John L. Lewis are to
gives to the soul that internal blame for labor troubles. AFL
character which makes it possible President William Green urged
for people to live together. i I that any cleanup Job in the "houseof
4J "If we could get away from theology I labor" be left to the unions
in' religion and all the themselves.

Protestant Clergy forget about By a vote of 370 to 1, Congress
u1a Presbyterianism and Episcopalian- cited Gerhard Eisler for contemptof
ism and teach the story of Christ, the House Committee on un- OT9N'OflC/
then there would be a greater i American activities and called for
8s a dais movement toward Christianity { Federal prosecution. Rep. Nixon
than ever In the history of the [R.-Calif.] termed Eisler the "su
Nere' one Peintt Butter that jou world."he said.Civilization preme authority" on Communist
in America has not' activities in the United States.
', linolr Is fresh because it Is made yet heron, he said in pointing out Henry C. Hart, acknowledged
that the country is now in the former Communist denounced U
right here hi Jacksonville. Frequent midst of a racial mixture. "a fraud" a letter purporting to
"Civilization comes not from cite Communist activities in the
delherle>i allow your grocer to ec, purity of blood b.ut from a mix- Tennessee Valley Authority while
; ture of bloods." he said, -Great David E. Lilienthal was TVA
Jeep a fresh stock on hand civilizations build up along trade chairman. The Senate hearing on
routes, because trade routes bring Liiienthal's nomination as head
at all times diverse peonies who interminglewith of the Atomic Energy Commissionis Should you pay high prices for fine coffee? No! Changeto

,, each other. :, in its fourth week. Chair-
now
man Hickenlooper IR.-Iowal accused rich A&P Coffee NOW! For you can't buy finer coffeein
-.N,. '- __ -, ,
N discarding plans to kill their vic- Senator M'Kellar D.-Tenn.] Because of economies in
4A& fat Lilienthal foe, of inaccuracies. any package at any price ,
tim.The I Portal paY-The House Judiciary -
delirious girl whose name Committee studied a new bill '"'- processing and packaging A&P 'Coffee no 'ot11er-coffee

FOREMOST was Mississippi not disclosed policy in according attack cases to, liable which for would back make portal an pay employer cover offers you more for your money. Compare prices n wl'!

staggered into a house near the < ing a period of no more than three
park after her release last midnight I years before suit was filed. The
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LATE TO CLASSIFY 7. -. Hears Wednesday, February 19, 1947 rlartun morning g-rnthtrl Page 3 ,
Ad Club Air Base Here



The Governor Talks Of Activities I .., q! r 't h: '''?r':+<' < 'T Cites SavingsA




About Finances r
State
More than 200,000 replies from t I saving to the Air Forces of

every State and 47 foreign countries :' more than $150000 annually as

By RUSSELL KAY i have been received by the f result of ideas originated at the

Speaking at a luncheon tendered him by officers and I'Florida State Publicity Bureau b : I II Orlando Army Air Base was reported -

directors of the Florida State Fair Gov. Millard Caldwell since the national advertising ryt Ij i by Col Early E. W Duncan.

complimented the Fair Assn. and the city on the Exposition I campaign started in February base commander yesterday.

which he termed an outstanding credit to the'State and to 1945. Roy Beckman. director told t aa j I I "In response to the Suggestion

all who had'a part in its creation. I members of the Central Florida ; Program initiated nearly four

_" He then launched into a. 1 Advertising Club at its meeting t I years ago almost 600 civilian and

L 1 straight-from-the-shoulder talk on every State board bureau and yesterday.For 1 r i military personnel at OAAB have
the of finances and ais
subject State
commission was demanding an Increase the most part the replies
recommended time and moneysaving -
warned that U Florida is to keep
in its budget and. while he were legitimate queries asking a, s= plans for improvement of
pace with her rapid growth and
provide adequate faculties to care made no specific recommendations i definite questions about some their job methods," Col. Duncan
he tossed the problem phase of life or opportunity in the \ .
for the needs of the day, we must I ,said.
find some means *of increasing squarely in the laps of the peopleof !State and about 75 per cent were i +I These suggestions hate resul::*din

State revenue and he saw no ans- the State. "[, coupons sent in as clipped from cash awards amountmg to $8 -

wer to the problem other than an He admitted that State bookkeeping advertisements seeking general 940 being paid to the originators
increase in taxation. is complex and confusing information. he explained.Estimating.

Pulling no punches the Gover- process more complex A few of the replies however that it would save

nor pointed out that practically: than necessary. He said that oar | Were humorous ranting all the r ,.wz ;; $20030 in one sear alone, O\AB
accounting system was designed from for the use
way requests authorities awarded S250 to Don
for a lighter load and a more
BESTKNOWNHoiMRMnadyhTba( of songs poems or acrostics Hail. 605 E. Central Ave. for
The Comptroller
leisurely pace. written on the Florida theme InState his improvements on the maintenance -
and State Auditor he pointed
South lumbago and out differed two years ago on advertising, to requests by of oxygen equipment in

RHEUMATIC baaa.n'tner' ai::,: figures in the budget not because Northern "old maids" for aid in tactical airplanes With 14 ar
Floridians husbands
seeking as accepted ideas in all. Hail was
they wanted to be contrary I
imuclea teal BO ore and painlul. Ofteaaftre but because they were not or by high school girls seeking / awarded a total of $970, the individual -
1 bottle,moat ot the painful misery
"
directed. talking about the thing. | handsome male "pen pals he awards ranging from
U roue. Caution: I).a only a* same
Ask at the itore for a bottle ol C2223.WHEN He said that an earnest effort asserted. $5 to $250.Runnerup.
was being made to get the real There has been a sudden influx in the program was

facts and that he expected to have I of queries from Holland in recent N'A. Leslie J. McKay. of 1511 E. Lit

A them this week. He said that des- weeks and most of the letters msston Ate. with 13 suggestionsto
pite the general opinion that the express pleasure at the opportunity .w 9$ EsE hi- credit. For these. he was

State had large surpluses of un- to again!: write to "foreign I awarded a total of $815 includingone
expended funds the truth of the .places Most the Hollanders who -- r V. $250 award for a refinementin

1 t matter was that such funds were query about opportunities here are the electrical systems of combat *

1 ear-marked and must be used for skilled workmen with trades rang- .., aircraft

specific purposes. I ing from diamond cutters and Of the more permanent type was

jewelers to masons and stone. cutters he award given Archibald R Deserable -

The Governor said buntly that Beckman said. of 1205 E. Concord Ave.
we cannot have better educational Advertising stressing seeing "all For his superior job m assembling

yr faculties improved health facilities of Florida" and not Just particular records of supply at the Pine Cas
welfare payments
stepped-up accommodationsand sections is bringing gratifying ________________n tie Army Air Field then a pan of
better hospital results. Beckman said. I OAAB. Deferable
adequate highway construc- includes Chm J. Ray Arnold, seated and standing left to right was given the
Not only do letters received bear NEW BOARD OF DIRECTORS of the Montverde School completed are Superior Accomplishment award.
tion unless we are willing to pay R. F Maguire, Cong Joe Hendricks, Karl Lehmann Neal Smith C E. .
for It.He this out but speeches recently I,, their re-organization and discussed future plans for the institution This is the highest:: presentation -
Duncan Dr H. P. ot school and J, M.
Carpenter president the Lowry
other States -
Ohio and revealed
in which
made
said it Is all very well to talk at a meeting here yesterday The new board pictured here ( can be given a civil
that a great number of i i secretary-treasurer. I ian and it carries a civil service
CONSTIPATION makts yom fd tourists are making complete tours (1- -- - -- --- ---- ---- promotion and an increase in

punk at the dickens,brings on stomach "WETTERWATER"NEW of the State and are familiarizing 'JAPAN FIGHTS TO WIN THE PEACE-NO. 4 salary
.pact. BOOT taste, gassy ducomfort. of
themselves with every aspect Present Col. Duncan pointed out that
take Dr. CaldweU's famous medicine Pupils
to quickly paIl the tnuer om buy": -- PURIFIEROF Florida life."Peculiarly. I the suggestion program was not
ardi" sad kelp you feel bright sad enough there are limited to the Air Force's Orlando
chipper acaia.OK. more persons interested in the ;China Fears Nippon Rise installations but that the overall

.CAUWCIX?U the wonderful..a- FALSE TEETH Central Florida area than any saving!: to the Army of more than
laxative contained: in good old Syrup other section he said. 'The Firefly'By $64082,906 during the past 3 1-2
Pepan. to make it ao easy to take. Breath *Tebaec Staas. The bureau has religiously followed -,
Seeks 0*Bo* Aa years.
I I
MANY DOCTORS ue pepau. preparatooai of telling noth- : By JAMES R. YOUNG ncally opposed to retention of the I nese farms are impoverished.
LeaTeedaSnetAMaAaFaJliasSaew.Ow a program ,
in preacnpttona to make the medicine The writer, who spent 13 years in IRYS HOWEY!
.... ., its advertising Emperor. They demand that the Lacking transportation the
in
saw
, end talw. Her trim"' la* pwtt ing but the truth East i
more palatable agreeable to the For as a foreign correspond- Kelk as her overwrought nervous
take. So be core you laxative is contained every day.with TIlls Heed tough el saliva saliva. coats ceatiiq.ow dee.This he said and this perhaps eat reveals in this fourth orticle of a i legal faction given to the Emperor's Chinese cannot move raw hides' j i With a cast of approximately I secretary
s ;
in Syrup Pepsin.. tal coatiM plates breeds bad breath ad forms e.1 l lraiM more than any other factor has series, the fears of o Chinese whomI political dogma be eradicated I wool wheat rice tung oil peanuts j 100 students, the OHS choristers, j Clever dancing scenes were pro
INSIST ON D*. CALDWCU.** the favorite like hardened' varaub.Saliva results. i'
brought I interviewed recently! in Shanghai, under the direction of Mrs. Julia
of miHioa for SO ,and feel ceaN.g"Wett.rW.t.r I is .hard fe remove. bet that the Privy Council, a coal and hairnets to market. vided by Bobby Servos and Peggy
yean the cow detereeel f.r New booklets new photos new that Japan will vie the peace. K. Campbell, last night staged the Ann Steele and the American
that wholesome& relief from
constipation. Third House of Parliament which
cleaning lakes ,if off. And vfcee the tonqh advertising media are being pre- Inexperienced hands shortage of I
Even finicky children lows it. aft PLATO with It aoet tie :| performances : Beauty Rose dancing chorus
film U kfted bf j first of two evening
CAUTION Use only as directed. co... .,denture breath and ugly tfaiM. pared for the next campaign which I Anti-American rallies in Shanghai is a political roadblock to democratization skilled labor Inadequate technical 'I brought forth excited comments

PLATO p.....bath.,mekes Seek"WeHer-Walsr falie bath will start shortly with entirelynew are an expression of Chinese in Japan, be abolished. schools are characteristic of I of Rudolph Fnmls most popular I from the audience.

U lor the yeer PLATO dwrere"Wetter-Wdn'yew bath See slogans he said. In 1928 as world powers were > China today The machine age light opera "The Firefly. I The excellent supporting cast
bitterness at the American policy !
DR. (WELL'SSENNA .haw ......... breath aed ..,.llHike stains t has not reached the interior.
the first act was a
Highlighting consisting of Barbara
fade ...,. What nwra .. tort Ier1e9 plates\ as sweet and cleae as of abolishing boards and bureausor I treaty renouncing war, a stormof In Japan under American direction sprightly dance chorus of sailor Mrs. Van Dare's niece,
LAXATIVE falling; new curtailing services but when I Officially Secretary of the controversy developed over the farms factories and ships Everette Sparks as Herr Franz
bath b hormle fe \ in white, satin I
The PLATO' maids dressed costumes
lunember the eame-riATO.Ask for PLATO you get right down to trying to I Treasury Snyder has revealed that prerogatives of the Emperor as are integrated. Their products are I the lovable old choirmaster: Gloria -

CONbUNIO w SYRUP PEPSIN .. ear"" utwS-30'' decide just what boards or just i I we are working out ways to help God signing versus the Emperor moving to local markets and I Bryarly as Suzette the French
01.- what services are to be eliminatedyou I trade with Japan and Germany. as the head of his people. The across the China Sea where China Virginia Carter as Nina, a 'maid: and Bobby Serros as Peter,

find that very few of them I Awaiting entry into Japan from I Chinese claim that the Potsdam ruined by graft ridden Governments -' young Italian girl thrilled the the valet deserves much commendation -
could be done with without businessmen from audience with her beautiful
away Shanghai are terms guarantee the retention of I disintegrates. A weak .
i % pub< % tcIY. Sweden. Denmark. France Eng- China will strengthen Japan when voice especially while singing
Thousns ti the imperial prerogatives and that I I I Undoubtedly the most outstanding -
Sale!
) ?tt y He suggested that. those who land and the United States. American policy planners who are the peace conference hears the "Gianina Mia. and presentedsome feature in the show was the
contend that governmental expenses Student demonstrations protest Emperor's clever arguments that fine emotional acting as
.
EEOt so eager to rebuild Japan are singing with Virginia Carter receiving -
{R ASSOtnO MAVBS B can be sharply reduced parades and shouting audienceswill treating the emperor Issue too Japan can be the bulwark of Asia. well. a large share of commend-

151 should. be specific as to Just likely develop into widespread lightly We are allowing the pal- I ----- Sharing starring honors with ation.
CHICKS s what departments or services verbal and possible bodily attacks her were Jack Thompson as a
to misuse the Legion
jet1igaus ace guard puppet AuxiliaryWill
would eliminate. The Citi-
they on Americans In China, nothwith- suave gentleman well practiced in
Nuu yKt4 We OoroM Noovy >...!. JOO SIT.SO tens' Committee on Education j standing Marine Corps withdrawals figurehead in It s plan to win the Meet TonightMembers the act of charming the feminine CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH
,..., <'.*ithrfy NO '.,* recommends an Increase In peace.
1. ere and for the and Jim Block
ttc. $lt 40W'al" punishment sex as a young
tee. State | China watching a new Japan of the Orlando Mem- SERVICEDr.
g1" expenditure of from $16
:Pe= awPrhsblTn : I Marine convicted of the attack of whose attention is divided between -
:r man
1000 S5I.SO million to $18 million. The pub- I rising on the horizon is de-In- orial Post 19, American Legion II. T. CthlautChiropractor
I Chinese student in Peiping. I two lovely ladies.
Ids Cririsd N.C5.J tax.rzre/TGM&N4TcO W. Pug peeop lic 1* demanding better school a girl : dustria ized. Coal mines are ldl<* and the Legion Auxiliary will meet

: facilities more pay for teachers The Chinese are angry that I and railroads are inoperative on today at 8 pjn at the Legion Comes relief prominent 715 W. Colonial Dr.
ATLAS it acHICKCO- and other Improvements. Can they have benefited not at all i regular schedules Power plant Home. throughout the play, was furnished I PhoneU66

j E L M Tt>epr. UF >UU.... **.-. this be accomplished by reducing from the machinery and plant I output is negligible. Feudal agri- I The Auxiliary will elect delegates I by Bette Morrow as the aristocratic I Evenings by appointment
IN IUSIHfSJ one M nuts expenditures? i equipment which they had- ex- 'culture is unchanged. Daily the to the Sixth District Aux Mrs. Van Dare and Jack

The need for more and better p<
I hospitalization for tubercular patients establishments in Manchuria to breaking into thousands of self which will meet in conjunction CUSTOM BUILT VENETIAN BLINDS

GIRLS! WOMEN! TRY THIS IF YOU'RENERVOUS is acute and to simply meet replace what the enemy had sustaining county and township with the district conference of Le-
present day needs with no thoughtof destroyed during eight years of 'I units. gion posts. ALL MFN CM. STEEL. WOOD

the years ahead calls for the war in China. In South China are the hills I' Also Mrs. Bea Altennatt, dis- GUARANTEED TEN DAY DELIVERYTerms I

expenditure of approximately five The Chinese suspect they will : and rivers which could provide trict president of the Auxiliary. as low a* Lie per month

times what we have been appro- receive no Japanese reparations. I electric power and irrigation will make her official visit to the RADBILL VENETIAN BLIND CO.

I priating for this purpose. Will They fear that the credits whichwe dams. Throughout China are local Auxiliary IM E. Salty Phone S-4KT

On 'CERTAIN DAYS'cff Compound to relieve such symp anyone suggest that we ignore this are extending to Japan will coal deposits. Combined the potential __
need and trim the
inadequate
toms.Ifs/amenu for this purpose I already benefit Japan alone that Ameri- I is fantastic. But faith and !
The Month! appropriation?
Taken regularlY-Pinkham' can refusal to grant a $500 million, hope for coordination have been
I
Do female functional monthly disturbances The State Forestry Department Leolor
Compound helps build up resistance -
loan to China will further weaken destroYed. Commerce between
make you feel nervous against such distress. Andthat's is asking an increase of several ,
fidgety cranky so tired and'drag the kind of product you million dollars in its budget. Little China and that China will be sac- I provinces has ceased. Grain warehouses -
ged out'_t such times? Then do should buy. Thousands have reported has been done toward the develop- rificed to our desire to build a mills and factories are
try Lydia E.Pinkham Vegetable benefit I Worth trying. ment of State Parks and the need strong Japan. (i daily closing. By contrast Japan SUFFERERS ORLANDO \

for a stepped-up program of for- China is esentlally agriculturalyet has good crops; the railroads run

: Oi4gpj _, VEGETABLE:4'4z est conservation is unquestioned.Can the United States is taking I on schedule: the American xv j

COMPOUND the Budget Commission none of China's farm output, i equipped power plants send Juice 666 SNAPS

Ignore this fact? Is it the will of whereas Canada and the United I through the transmission lines; I I
-
the people that no increase in States are ordering 21 million I seaports and shipyards are hus- 'INTO ACHONf,

their appropriation be consideredor pounds of small type oranges from I thing with traffic. China's ports STARTS RELIEF
Carrier that their last biennal budget Japan. Tea from China could pro- I are clogged with wooden Junks Banks Will Not
be reduced? vide a substantial revenue for that and a few newly acquired American IN JU5T6SECONDS :

wretched land but the American lend lease ships. High pow-I !

"We must concern ourselves at q effort is to import Japanese green ered postwar industrial develop- I

this time. the Governor said : tea and help the Japanese farm ment is a blueprint dream. i .4
.FOODFREEZER "with such functions as educa- peasants who comprised. Ironically Poverty Is everywhere In -

tion health welfare. Institutionalcare the seven million man armyof China. Farmers are destitute.

the light and of general present operations.information.In Hirohito. Here is an amazing I The Japanese, however are obtaining 666 EASES THESE Be Open

recovery for one farm product of through American dlr I
I think it likely that we can Increase i : ..
--The DeLuxe Refrigerator for Fine our disbursements by some a defeated nation for_we are tak- ec N vas. s...IUU..3 V. German 6 COLD) MISERIES QUICK I

20 or 25 million dollars 'ing tnree-iourtns or their pre-war phosphate fertilizer while ChinS -
Homes Restaurants and Hotels per year 1. Headaeh. 2. "Stuffed-op" Note.
without more taxes. But even that production-seven million poundsin 2.Minor Throat Irritation.4.Cough

rAllyE increase must be predicated upon 1947.Americans. When you need a Due to a Cold. 5. "All-Over Muscular -
NIUIT S) tJ pCT the assumption that the sum totalof and British are criticized + Aches. 0. "Choked-np" Feehnff.Don't .
LOCKSMITHCan
F tax revenues will not appreciably by the Chinese because we h Yd.
inAastiiT I 22Washington's
FEB.
Fat ea h fR1TMTACT oooR sag within the next two yean. support the Japanese monarchy.The talc chances with a cold I At SATURDAY
,
haa.g hn OPTINC If these increases are made and Filipinos speak similarly THE SILVER KEY the very first smffi, ask your druggist !
Mg col $rw setfONSTRUCTIOII our receipts fall off materially it claiming that when the occupation I I Phone 2-40W S for instant-acting 666-start

ALL STtfl Ntmn >O Ql il. +a+pM is likely our working" capital will control ebbs. as It will when the *"'rr.Aeme%. Lock Co. 4 getting blessed relief from .H six of

( Masts pws ICALLY tAPA171Yd be gravely impaired. American Congress slashes the an- JS W. Jefferson St. your colds most trotiblesomo miMrSM -
coast SULID ONIT E + d The Governor made It clear ,. nual occupation cost of $618 million in just seconds!No wonder that .
S% sNna R p+p rd fw d.albw that the he would have no part In the Japanese will revert to in 45 years million have turned tG BirthdayA
twee1NStMTION passage of rubber-check appropriations their original world-wide schemes. '
famous pr"crtpfi# -typo 666! Try
on the part of the
The Chinese that I'
Legislature for schools welfare warn our Its Caution: Take only as directed.
soft policy In dealing with Nazis ALUMINUMROOFING LEGAL HOLIDAYr
and institutional
care. He term-
COLDPREPARATIONS'
in Japan will bounce us off our
ed an appropriation without heels one of these days when '
definite cash back of it Is worse I <10
J we see them as traders and
than I
worthless because It raises Tablets or Liquid
!< rN ht, I salesmen
.p ikod false hopes. Appropriations for I' spreading through the -rne.-...
patch f more money than we have on Orient as agents for Japanese See Your Dealer
heN+ or
merchandise the raw material I
hand he said should not be
approved. for which we are financing on Hardware Store

EASY TOtLFAN The Governor said that he was credit terms more generous
ti00RSWde trying to present a businesslike, .' than we would grant manufacturers I
d bats sound and common-sense ap- I' In our own country. Profile Supply Co. f Iikiu STOPS DAMAGE

adds/ proach to the subject of State fin- Japan will win the peace the Distributors

ances and urged that the people of Chinese say if we permit them to I 211 Butt St. OF
the State concern themselves and retain the Mikado who. sur- -
decide whether or not they want rounded by the one per cent who
to go ahead and spend the money control Japan will resume their o *'n?>

In Stock necessary to provide for present Asiatic plot of a economic hegemony
; day needs even if it should mean The Chinese are diamet- INSECTSCall <; *
For an increase in taxes or. whether : (
Delivery I they wish to disregard these needs
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(Drlanfcn, fronting &*ttttuIPttbBihed iced so much fruit and killed so much bud- THEY WILL DO IT EVERY TIME By Hotlo THE PUBLIC.. THOUGHT...
I n sssawsjjjjw s.ws-a w Ba Baa .a ea.
wood is going to mean that Central Florida B

of July labor dal17 except pa,.. Tbankjftvtnx Sunday. New TW and OiristmM.Day fourth by has a chance to get some important money 'a- Ofpn I British War Bride Upset
Sentlnel-Star Co. [Orlando Daily Newspaper Ine.1 at I3>
what is left.
South Oran Avtw Orlando. fla. back on .

Orlando Entered as Florida eeood-elaia under the matter Act of at March the Poet 3d. U7 Office. at We had lots of fruit and red ink before. Over Citrus Sale Collapse

haven't much fruit but what
TELEPHONE AH Departments 4161 We now we

Subscription Price 85c Per Week.$LM Per Mo. ship will be top grade and bring real Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel:

MAlT AnNtsot. fviusm Hum IALCH.EWTOUAI DWICTOIJosira I I I have read with dismay that MORE

CAWWOH. G.... MM. Mutts T. LAWIMCI Aw. D... profits.> negotiations for the purchase of a ,i Ark r

C W, Larry IB. Men Rarer F. WAMW. Cuss MM. million boxes of Valencia orangesby

louis Aiuuwi M.uaiw6 t*. NoMnrr CoMtotoa. Sac Taus THE MERRY-GO-ROUND the British have been suspended -

Member .f The Associated Pren owing to the hiking of prices

the Associated Press a exclusively eD- Secret Tax Talks due to the recent freeze.I .
titled to Uw use for rc-pubttcaUan c all
BCWB dispatches accredited to tt not have also read countless articles -
otherwiae accredited to this paper and 9 l
also the local newt published herein. e lr DREW PEARSON? in the Sentinel-Star deplor-

All rights for re-publication of special WASHINGTON-There wasn't a dun moment ing the danger of overproductionof
dispatches herein are also reserved. ; fruit when no market can bed l-

PAGE 4 WED.. FEB 11. lIn when the House-Senate Budget Committee met behind ELL-DID HUHWHTWHAT found for it. I lI time to dig up roads A fine exam

closed doors last Friday to approve that $6 DAME? I tIDN TSEE Until I came to Florida I had .pIe of hospitality to out-of-State
SHE MEET never tasted Florida citrus, thoughI guests. Many will. hesitate to
Government At
billion slash in spending. one point -
TODAY'S THOUGHTS AANBOITJ.I! WAS JUST: had been familiar with California return to Florida after spending
For the Son of man Is come to seek and to m the secret debate. Democratic Sen. Alben Bark- NOUE. UJALWN' ALONG,1 fruit since childhood.The I hours bouncing in and out of holesa

save that which was lost Luke 19:10. ley flatly accused GOP leaders of star chamber APPiaOVAL? Florida citrus is far super- foot deep! We are told to take
'THIN K IN ABOUMy T
0 ; good care of our cars but how
ior to the California product andif can
tactics in drafting the budget report.
I we? Splashed with mud. white dustor
INCOME the Florida Association had
God dropped a spark down into everyone. "Most of us have had no chance to declare our clay a broken spring and accumulated -
completed their deal with the
And If we find and fan It to a blaze ." the Kentuckian asserted angrily. The TAX. British they would have hit the rattles do not tend to

It'll spring up and glow like-like the sun House spokesmen have been meet- e front page of every newspaper in I increase advertise the "delights our many of attractionsbut Florida"We

And light the wandering out of stony ways. s x lag separately behind closed doors. 0 fftaw10MN5CEUAEB Britain with countless dollars we could save money with
John Masefield. worth of value to them in the fu- good roads. They will do the advertising -
-
Now you want to bring In your y .
e l : !. ture.The for us.
findings and expect us to agree to RR.2ElDER British would have realizedthe Public opinion can swing anything -

Our Citrus Crop Cut HeavilyBy them without question. This whole 2-i4 6 nSgAWACA{ RR.. superiority of the Florida fruit if concentrated. Concerted
t oe. ,"[ vo nn en.aoa atR soon uer.wav W and a steady market in the future i action to see that our roads are
Wind, Rain, Droppage and Cold x issue has been handled hi a very would be opened to you here. built properly to last and not

l arbitrary fashion which I disap I I think too. of the British children -' wasting money on makeshifts will

FOR SOME REASON or another there + prove." PITCHING HORSESHOESCigarettes I I who anticipate an "orange I do more for Florida than all the

been a dearth of information as to GOP Rep. Everett Dirksen of allocation" for weeks before it .County advertising spends money many could dollars buy. Lake in
comes, to brighten their and
the actual amount of damage to citrus % Illinois replied that the separate and Incidentals monotonous diet. poor [' Orange County. It won't be long
before all the shoppers will
crops during the recent cold weather.All r meetings of House members were I They need some "bottled sun- down to Lakeland if that road go

due to lack of time. shlnl--- -An- badly_ Tlldenivlle '
the official Government statements necessary, through is not fixed
and Barkley "We had very little time in lr BILLY ROSE ond time she cracked, "Fine songwriter you are. A BRITISH BRIDE i! now. Then listen to the howLIf
about loss of fruit have been sketchy Barry Draper, the songwriter, sat eating a You couldn't write your own name unless some- DOROTHY E. KEENE. this condition is due to politics -
Dirksen.
vague. None of the Government men seem which to get out this report argued I steak. He had ordered it medium rare. and he body played it over for you first. let us settle the matter at

to want to get out on a limb with an esti- "And aome Senators weren't always available whenwe looked approvingly at the thin streak of red which One night in July he came home and found Reader Raps 'Display' once.pidity-what If only indifference can we do or about stu-

wanted to hold meetings. However. I am sure i ran, through the center of the meat. He chewed her dressing to go out Of
Prisoners
that?
mate. Perhaps they are not allowed to that all members of the Senate Appropriations i I slowly, reluctant to finish each, mouthful. He "I don't feel much like stepping" he told her. Editor City's Orlando Please see that we have a de.

reveal such figures.We Committee Democrats as well as Republicans,have washed the last bite down with coffee, and turned "You don't have to," snapped Irene. "Some- \ Not ,so many years Morning ago Sentinel the peaI: tailed report from the powers that
this much however-the to the dessert-vanilla ice cream and strawberries. body else does." be regarding this vital matter-
can say of opportunity to express themselves. I pie of this civilized: country of ours
had
plenty Fresh strawberries in December-Irene would She left around eight. Barry brooded a bit.I saw fit to place behind bars in and at once. We want action'
losses have been tremendous. They will At another time. Barkley objected to being shutoff I have liked that. Irene liked everything expensive. When it got to be midnight, he went out and prisons people who were Judged I' M. W. !s.

run as high as 50 per cent of the crop that by GOP Rep. John Taber of New York who A fellow had to have poured a few drinks Into himself. He sat at a insane by society and were given'; Clermont.

remained on the trees when the cold presided while Barkley was discussing military plenty of scratch to keep v bar for the next couple hours, phoning the apart- the same treatment as criminals|

himself had that babe happy. Irene '4" ment every 15 minutes Then he walked up to 58th and even more or less exhibitedto Book Writer Wants Accounts
struck. Prior to that there had been extremely spending. Taber retorted that Barkley had a brown mink coat, t o a ope60 p St. picked up a box of strawberries at Reuben's, I the curious and "sane" peopleof
urged the application of House procedure rules at &I1 society. Now, of course, we do Of Death Bed Visions
heavy droppage.Today's but she had given him a and went back to the apartment.
a ao have hospitals for the ill Editor
from official the meeting. bad month when he told Dawn was graying the window shades when mentally Orlando Morning Sentinel:
estimate, gathered 1.- and they are treated like sick pep- You are so gracious in pnnting
her he couldn't afford to Irene finally got in. She had been drinking. Her
semi-official is that there remained *1 am.- therefore limiting everybody who I ,. ,, I pie instead of by punishment and requests from others I thought you
and sources buy her a silver blue one. lipstick looked as if somebody had been kissing ; ridicule. might this
wants to make a speech to five minutes, so all v print request.
on the trees after the freeze approximately Strawberries were the i her. Barry said nothing. He was too stuck on the However it doesn't seem time Since student days at Harvard,

60 million boxes of fruit of all members can have their SAT grinned Taber. I I. first thing he had ever .E;'' big blonde to risk a showdown. changes things too much, as our my hobby has been collecting accounts -
Barkley sat down without joining in the laugh- I. given her. It was the "I got you some strawberries honey" he said. town sees fit to place men on the of religious dreams and

sorts. ter. night they met. He took ,,' "There's some vanilla in the icebox." public streets in prisoner garb visions, and most especially death

Broken down it is estimated there are I I the big blonde away from Irene poured herself a stiff drink. "Why don't cleaning out the gutters etc. as : bed visions, and visions of Jesus.I

28,500,000 valencias 9,500,000 mid-seasons The Army's Friends: However, not all the a fellow who was too S / I .. you and that nickel box of berries get lost" she I punishment for not having enough am writing a book on the subject -
AFL money to pay their way out of and would like additional accounts -
wrangling followed party lines In fact during most drunk to know the dif- 5'rJllfl snarled. for These I of bed
Duncan I = jail being intoxicated. death visions, visionsof
1,200,000 tangerines 8,600,000 of the meeting, the Republicans were battling. ference, at one of the JfJ,11.qw: at J 'IQ "Take it easy honey" said Barry. "Haven'tI alcoholics, as most of these men Jesus, and other religious

grapefruit and 12,600,000 Marsh seedless among themselves. 52nd St. late spots. been good to you?" are, have been said by even the dreams and visions.

grapefruit.Of Military-minded Sen. Chan Gurney of South I They walked down Fifth Ave. In Hicks' win- "What's good about It?" she sneered. "A packof medical profession to have a disease Types of visions of which accounts -

Dakota, chairman of the Armed Forces Committee dow, there were boxes of luscious out-of-season cigarets here, and a hamburger there. I'm sick | and in most cases are incapable will be especially appreci-

these 60 million boxes, competentfruit who opposed the (1.750,000.000 budget cut for berries. "I'd like come of those" said Irene.Hicks' of this setup. j of helping themselves without ated are visions in which Jesus appears -
She went into the bedroom and |i various mental and physical and brings comfort, warn-
brought out
with information from all sec- the Army and Navy clashed repeatedly with a
men was closed, so they taxied to the all-night treatments.Let ing, guidance assurance, or en-
"
tions of, the citrus belt are confident 30 Dirksen and other House GOPers. produce market on Washington St. The songwriter suitcase. "Where are you going this time of night? i it be known by any and all duement. Visions in which Jesus

"Our first consideration is security" declared conned a wholesale merchant into selling them he asked her. The big blonde didn't answer. She of the unconcerned people who appears to release from apparent
million boxes never will leave the State demanding that the over-all budget reduc- I swept his box of strawberries off the table and put demon to heal of afflictions
Gurney, one small box-told him Irene was going to have are not guilty of any criminal offense possession, or
in any form-fresh fruit, canned or con- tion should be 4500000000. with only token cuts a baby and had a wild craving for strawberries On the suitcase on it. The orange-red berries rolled but are being displayedand ; visions of Jesus, angels,

centrate. In Army-Navy spending. "With world conditions I the way back to his apartment, they stopped at a every which way over the carpet. I punished by the stockade officials or heaven during apparent deathor

unsettled as they are, this is no time to curtail our 24-hour drugstore and bought a quart of vanilla He tried to put his arms around her. She laughed I in this 18th Century manner coma; and visions of Christ
Armed Services. It might be disastrous. !! at him. He grabbed at her. She slapped his face. : when they are really physic- angels, loved ones or heaven at
ice
THAT DOES THIS tremendous loss of cream. ally and mentally sick with an ill- the hour of death.
T GOP Sens. Taft of Ohio and lOlliken of Colo- Underfoot, the berries were being crushed. They
While Irene cleaned the berries he played her
To those who will send
i ness similar to tuberculosis or dla-,, me accounts -
VY made splotch like blood the floor.A .
a
fruit mean? rado Joined in this view though later both voted on I
a medley of his songs. The big blonde recognizedsome betes. I| of such experiences I will
We believe it is good news. for the $6 billion report. of them and the cash register in her mind lot had happened to Barry since that night. It is Indeed a shame with a city I I be glad to send a copy of my little

We believe it means that Florida will Democratic Rep. Clarence Cannon of Missouri, I started adding and subtracting.The He was tired of thinking of it. I as beautiful as Orlando both in I'I book. "True Accounts of Visionsof

get good prices for the high grade citruswe who charged that the $8 billion figure had been songwriter and his lady got along fine for There was a French-fried potato left on the character and appearance that I Jesus."

have left in the State. "abruptly fixed. was against the figure from start several months. He bought her a lot of silk: pretties, plate. He picked it up and nibbled at it. Down I' the maintenance is required by j REV. B. W. PALMER
the the passageway, someone started to sing. It sounded public display of such unfortu- 1114 N. Fern Creek Ave.
to finish and in the end voted against report. a wrist watch with blue stones, and a small car.
And believe that the frost damage'ton
we like a colored boy. The song had no words. It had nates. i
"Let's have a breakdown of these over-all Every so often she'd touch him for a couple of I i
<< year's bud-wood will keep our 1947-48 the rhythm of an old work song, full of ancient J. W. F.
figures so we can know where the specific cuts hundred for cigarets: and Incidentals. Sleet Fell in Orlando
-
crop down to a reasonable volume a sadness.
volume which will enable us to market it are to be made." demanded Cannon." This was okay with Barry as long as he had "That's a good tune," Barry told himself. "As Punch Board Racketeering Years Ago Says Reader
"There isnt time for that, explained Dirksen.
U. He was dead stuck on the big blonde.
good as 'Blues in the Night: Might sell a million Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel:
if ,
profitably we use_ good merchandisingsense. "We'd be here until Christmas If we attempted to Common, Claims Orlandoan
And then one day he didn't have it. A French copies." In your issue of Feb. 10 you say
., itemize everything. AU members have their sacred i\ music publisher sued him for plagiarism and tied The singer stopped. Barry was afraid he'd for- Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel: sleet fell for the first time in Or-
the State flood Control Rivers and Mr. X hit the nail the head
cows- Dept. on
lando in U. S. Weather Bureau
up his song royalties. The firm claimed that his get the melody. There was an old magazine on the
HE BUYERS OF the North might Harbors or something else. If we had to break I regards punch boards. vs. petty history.I .
as | tune "Ever After. was a note-for-note. steal of one floor. He leafed through it till he found an ad .
T" down the report into a thousand and one items, it gambling, on most punch boards do not know when this Bureau
well know right now that Florida has of its copyrights. page with a lot of white space. He took a pencil you don't have a chance.
would take* too much time and cause endless de- was established but I came to Orlando -
little citrus left this year. And they mightas bate. Barry knew they'd beat him in court Like some stub out of his shirt pocket, and ruled out the Anyone that would care to Investigate in September 1899 from the

well know that of what is left, Florida other fellows in the music business, he was betterat five lines of a staff. He whistled the tune softly and I would find that most new Shenandoah Valley of Virginiaand

intends to ship only the best. Army Gave Secret Figures: "We arrived at our remembering than creating. On several occa- decided to put it in F. "This is it," he told him- punch boards when put on the I think I know whit sleet is.
sions, he had collaborated with Bach Beethovenand self. "A song like this could buy Irene a lot of counter have several punches Many years ago [II don t remem-
the history of the citrus industry conclusions after talking to the best men we could missing, and I know as does Mr. I
{ Brahms. Then one day he needed a quick $500 pretties. I ber the date] we had quite a lot
Inever have drastic find a number of them pretty high up in the War '! X that all boards have keys to the
so inspections regulations for Irene's birthday. He lifted what he thought Suddenly the door opened. Barry looked up. of sleet In Orlando.

been invoked, insuring our custo- and Navy Departments. explained Dirksen. "Also | was a French melody without checking the copy- lie crumpled the paper, dropped it on the floor 'I big winners | Possibly some one of the old
we drew on the knowledge of our own appropriations I've seen as much as $30 in win-
timers remembers this.
mejs top grade merchandise.And i right. The resulting court order tied up every buck and got to his feet. j
committee members who have had long experience ners taken off a 25 cent punch
i he had. W. PAUL PHILLIPS
the canneries cannot flood the juice dealing with the budgets of all the The colored boy started singing again. Barry board before it was put on the ,
j Irene wasn't very sympathetic. The first time walked slowly down the corridor. He could hear the counter. What chance has the poor
markets for several agencies and
reasons. departments. he didn't have a C-note handy for the cigaretsand song until they closed the green door behind him sucker that punches them Editorial on Courthouse
No. 1 reason is that many canners are "Naturally. I can't reveal the Identity of the Incidentals, she pulled a long face. The sec- and he saw the electric chair. II Also regards gambling. I'd I
unable to get financing and so are unable to top officers in the Army-Navy who told us how and u like to congratulate the Police Department Chief Brings loud Applause

where to make reductions In military; spending. I on the raid they made Orlando Sentinel
operate. Banks have withdrawn from the Editor Morning :
loan market on juice. One prominent citrlts don't want to see those men get their heads cut off. I WESTBROOK PEGLER SAYS I on Church Street last week, that I In the view of an interested

"But I can tell yon." continued the hardworking game had been in operation. Ion reader, a present property owner
man told us the other day "I can bor- Congressman from Illinois, "that some and off for at least 10 years. Perhaps I and a prospective resident of Orlando -

rcjw more money on my open note than I pretty high brass agree with our conclusions.And Vacations they forgot to renew their the editorial in Sunday's

can if I tell my banker I have so many we are convinced, based on what these Arizona Tough license. paper "Getting a Boss for the
With that raid though it gives Courthouse," is an indication of
_
cases of juice on which I would like credit. people told us, that our recommendations will not -
encouragement it be that ana
may farsightedness courageous
The bankers probably will look into In any way endanger national security." I If WESTS ROOK PEGU had better have a solid understanding first as to ,now we might have action on the i community leadership.Congratulationsand.

this situation and recheck values for if the However this argument cut no ice with South I While I am on the subject of Tucson'and the whether they have enough help, and not come unsolved murders in Orlando dur- I may your
Dakota's nice, warm-Winter part of Arizona I think I should ing the past 20 I' influence for clean living In civlo'
estimates of 50 per cent losses from rain, Army-worshipping Gurney who persisted down here to listen to hard-luck stories about the years.
wind and cold in his stand that the Armed Services be excepted tell you that if you have been thinking of coming Mr. Y ( affairs remain strong and effective -
droppage
are reasonably here for wrangler getting drunk and lighting out for California I
from the drive. a vacation it would be a good idea to !
The
economy, split in GOP ranks
correct the fruit which is in
cannery warehouses led by the South Dakota Senator drew a sharp change your mind unless you have confirmed res- just the day before you got here, so would Road Repair Program Held !:, L. M. Burnett
at present and which will be canned ervations for place to Indianapolis
tongue-lashing from Republican Con. Ben a stay. mind into the of the and !
Jensen of you entering spirit thing -
Stupid by Clermont Resident ------
irt the future will bring some real money. The desert weather is beautiful, all right and i'I
T Iowa.Pointing the chamber-maiding your own steed? Or, the cook, Editor, Orlando Morning Sentinel:
e'old law of supply and demand will go his finger at the Senate insurgents flowers are beginning to sprout now but the '
she got plastered on the vanilla extract and we'are
How much longer must we endure -
hotels and ranches jammed ,
to; work, as it always does. Jensen exploded: are
and the sign "'n 0 vcancies" whipping up our own eggs and policing our I the stupid manner in which
But the canners have another handicap "Tour loose spenders better get your Housein hangs out of most of the clusters! own dishes for a. few weeks. You know, roughing i|I roads are being "repaired" in Flor-
at least those who have money enough for order. Too better go back home and find out it. iI ida? It is disgraceful! For yearswe
operation do. They are able to what the people are thinking. Before i of roadside cottages called motels.] I I have waited to see the comple- LQWillTflOlli
procure we begin Is
It too
The rates are high, too but probably a frequent experience and to hell tion of the road between DeLand
only 85 per cent of the cans which were worrying about an attack by Russia, we ought I a little cheaper than the! with it, because you are coming down for a rest ;, and Daytona. It is still unfinished.Now .

available to them last year. This is another to think about getting the home front straightened M,( rates for similar accommodationsin I and not to have your host hop in your lap and even the long detour through 1 1o

prorate factor. out first and put our House in order." Florida but we haven't had! bawl about his disagreement with the landlord New Smyrna has 15 miles torn up.

All in all, we believe the unusual Note-Though the Congressional ReorganizationAct anything like the development] who won't repair the pump, so they can't fill Lovely! Why cannot they finish

weather which killed provides that budget and other important com- that Florida had built and operating the swimming pooL You don't want to travel ,i one road before tearing up the only
so many young trees mittee hearings be the alternative to reach the coast?
open to public the above way
before the war closed down on] 1,600 or 2,000 miles for that and waste your
curled so many leaves on bearing trees, debate was secret and behind closed doors. I We were delighted to see the old
nol Vacation besides.
i j building and there has been brick: surface being removed from

catching up since.Meanwhile The Cleveland Ball Club is training In Tucson the Lake County line through Til-

Orlando Sentinel however Arizona this year and the Giants are up at Phoenix and denville. But look at it now. Worse
Morning Radio Program had a tremendous publicity. Prob- this is going to mean a lot more routine date-line by far than was the narrow brick a.

ably many of the soldiers who Pegler matter and feature publicity. Tucson and the I lane When is this-another only

".00 WDao Churcn(IB sag WUd.) ... !f.WLOF Reveille ano _Newa WORZ___ Unlimited Both
6 6-30:13 Farm 8'Und Reporter Kchec RU1 Nt**-*R T;H1.-_ SunrtM News _.Jtmborc____- *.. 400 House Party _-, Tommy Baitlttt Studio Party ___ in the aIr hope they never see Arizona again but year or two maybe we will have enough good : -bus.these truck roads and carry car-all heavy traffic on- IS NOW OtWORI
e as K... --_ _-_-__-_ RenlI1e Bunrtu! J mbore 4,IS Rou e Party __ Tommy Bartlett._ studio Party ____ many like it and<< rave: moved back with their accommodations to take care of a real big tourist business bent
I No his
lO Tewa .._. N.wa-Mua.-etoak 490 Dr Malone Y1lCA ___ I one ]in right
Studio I
Patrol --- Party
Nw of them to live in
families some trailers others but right I would that there
MS: Yawn Patrol Miuic Clock ..._ Morals Devotions 4 45 Alliance Church Dick Tracy --___ Studio Party season now say is mind would drive over them for
130: R'udup. BpUmta Man. Devotion 'aO Club 500 School ef Air Terry Pirates Studio Party 1' in little houses. Then we had a lot of people much more business than the plant can handle. pleasure!!
yes New ---____._. .w.-Marie __ 740 Club 8.:IS School ef Air __ Sky Kin -_ Studio Party ___ I' working on war jobs who either stayed on or drifted I During the height of the busy
lino CBS World W...'_ ll.rti- t .... N.-. :30 Jumpin Jack. Jack Armstrong Radio Rodeo I
sill: W. IfMwntrr Band ot Day ? Too Club _, 5::45 Radio and Publlah Tennessee Jed _-. Radio Rodeo __ back and of course, there is a good deal of This year we have developed a very fair little Winter season; seems to be the
1:30: Norman Beaahr Rhythm Ptv* __ 74O Club 600 0.H. On*-Neva Dinner Must ___ Newa ___ carriage trade here strictly on vacation. Minor League underworld in Pima County outside -
1:45 Peak Parker ____ Eclboct BnaUan'ao Club ______ .IS Lone Ranter Bob Lyle. Sporta. Barber of BeTIDe I
8110 Dick. J.au1e-N. Breakfast Club Newa __ .:30 Lone Ranger O. H. Oua __ ..- Dinner Music Anyway, housing is tight and expensive and Tucson but thus far the :hoodlums, who come from I
.:IS Morn't DeYo oGS. Breakfast Clue T40 Club _____ .,45 Root. Trout Sporti- Parade. --- Lowell Thomas .. there is an element of more or less sick people TB around. Cleveland and Cincinnati and are all in the CAMELLIAS
.:JO Time Out. Mule.. Breakfast Club Woman's World 7:00 Mystery of Week. Headline Edition Chei'Keld Sup Clb ; ON TOUR DIAL
740
8:45: Time Out. Musie Breakfast Club -- Woman's World 7 IS Jack Smith, -___ Elmer DaTia Meet the Band patients,> arthritics asthmatics and cardiacs or books of the FBI. the Narcotics Bureau and the I
10-00: Barry Wood __ My True Story Lee ed..'. Variety 7:3O Peopl. Are Funny Pred Robbing Follow Threuch the parents of invalid children who have to stay Metropolitan Police Departments seem not to have I Plant Now
10-15 Yours Sincerely My True Story Nelson. Olmsted _7:45 People Are Punny Fred Robbina H. V. Kaltenbom!
10'30 Krelya Winters __ Church Hymns Old and New 1'00 Jack Canon __ Local Newa __.-_. Musical Showcase'! here and support themselves and that d0e5n'thelp decided what they want to do. Don Hays, our chiefof Every
10:45: Pashlone In Made Listening Post __ Old and New ..._ 1'15 Jack Canon u._ Skip Farrell __. Musical Showcase wages Domestic servants can get as much as police who has had metropolitan training and and enjoy their
: Arthur Godfrey Tom Brannaman Red Warinc Show 1,30 Dr. Christian' -_-.- Willie Piper -. Musical Showcase $40 a week and the usual room and board buta was in Navy Intelligence in the I MONDAYWEDNESDAY
them
war,
11:15 Arthur Oodfray __ Tom Brenneman Fred Warin Show 5.13: Bill Henry. Mewa Willie Piper Musical Showcaae snags bloom this Season.
11:30 In MonaD Manner Hollywood Story Bouquets In RhymI 9'00 Tent Sinatra Paul Whlteman Concert Master bus driver doesnt do much better with rent and every now and again for Jaywalking or "on sus-
),4 Rosemary.___-___ Ted Malone _____ Beueuets tn Rhy'm 8'15 Prank Sinatra .__. Paul Whitemasi Concert Master '',
Over Varietiesto
groceries to for. 100
8:30 Dinah pay picion" when a new member lands in town but
.
12-00 Kewa -- 'n_ Kenny Baker Show News ____ : Shore Pot e Oold ? j. Relchman: Or.
12:15 Little Show-._ Kenny Baker Snow Echoes-from h Tro ', 6 5Pinn Chore Pot .' Gold J. Reichman'i Or. i i This generality is going to get me into trouble. that is done only so thatlhe policemen can all FRIDAY
12:30 Helen Trent ____ Kennel Reporter_ Words and Muaie. To-00 H'waod Plane Bine Crosby P. Morgan show I suppose, but the story of the vacation hotel and have a. look at them and know them by sight. select from ,
1245_ Our Gal Sunday.- Noon Day Varnes Words and Muste 10:11 H'wood Players __ Bins Crosby _.._. P Morgan Show _
-la)0'BI'-Swter _____ BaatAate T.Iklai Sketehea In Mel d1 16.30: Information Paean Henry Morgan u_ Ren'oua wT Rim the dude ranch often is just the same old story that If you know anyone with a. lot of money who all colors beau-
1:15: Ua. Perkins Terra Time Sketches In Mefdy 10:4S Information Pleaae Henry Mona __. Ren'oua Wh BTIa has been 15
told for generations in the
funny papers would like to put a half dozen gocd
up or more
1:30 News ___ Symphonic!: Swine. Siesta Berenad.1100 News-Feature World .. SPY News ____ I tiful and at Pfr ,/,|
i types.
145 Road of Life Afternoon Med'too News 11:15 Joseph C. Ranch-_ Joe Baael _. Eeriness Wash. about beautiful Mosquito Lodge in the Northern cottage settlements of the ranch type out in the real rare
ioo Kate! -Smith i Walter Ktemasj: Mule Unlimited 11:30 In*. to Unsie Oems-Barron __ Ray: M-Ktnleya O. resort areas. The big. first class hotels are fine desert or hotels in town send him down but if
2:15: Perry Mason ._ KtaeJ A Albert_ Muaie Unlimited .1145: IHT: to Muse B. Barren's orch. Ray: MKlnley'a O.
2:30 Walter Klmble __ Bride Groom_ Music Unlimited 12'o6Vewa Sim Off Newa but that wouldn't Interest you because you can't you just land here yourself without reservations N. L. Hasty Jr. : .:---> : -
24 "Rote et My Dreamt Bride at Oreom_Ma&tc Unlimited, 12:15: Ran Ore"- Snooky Lane Sh. get in, anyway. you are pretty likely to wind up on a bench in.the ,,- 12YIt
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3-O Batauet for Gdtn B.Seated'- Unlimited 12-?? Dace 211- Tic Buna 44 L Colonial Dr. Tel 2.2162 -
Mnilc *
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... park or the Southern Pacific station. Don't say j D.A"J .
3:1S Bouquet for Ton Ladlea Be SeatedMunto Unlimited 12 45 .nCl..n Lee 61mm _- I J I : :
:aso.WIDa: Take AJl. Xdwla C. BUI Mu.uo ga.Umaa4. .. 1.00 Ness-alas Oft .. Kawi-FT IB .a :OS J j I I But 12 yon tab a chance on s foyn. >>>i you I didn't warn you.


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Marion IWednesday, February 19, 1947 rlanb fllrmttng &mttnrl Paqe 5

State Rejects Bids I I Better Prices Crop -


ImprovementGroup 700 Attend
Court Upholds Cattlemen's

For New Buildings I I For Fruit Seen Formed \


I [Continued From Page '1] [Special '" Orlando Morning Sentinel] Newspaper Tax Meeting at Wauchula :
OCALA The Marion
County i
TALLAHASSEE [AP] Contractors' low bids totaling
If only the finest fruit is shipped Crop Improvement Assn. was organized -
nearly $3,500,000 for new buildings at the University of as planned under present regula- here yesterday with the TALLAHASSEE TAP] The Supreme Special! to Oriondo P.'Ioo1'ng Sentinel] .
Florida and the State school for the deaf and blind were announced purpose of encouraging
tions." Lawrence Gentile Jr. of the Court yesterday upheld the WAUCHULA-Tuesday was field day at the range

rejected as too high by the Cabinet yesterday.The .' Gentile Packing Co. in Winter production seeds.and distribution of right of the City of Tampa to Impose cattle experiment station here and a crowd estimated at
pure crop I.
action, taken with the reluctant agreement of the Park declared. I[ C. V. Bailey was elected presi- I Tampa an annual Times license and the tax Tampa on the : more than 700 persons attended to hear State cattle lead

fitate; Board of ControLcame after -fr,.. "Oranges picked for movement i;| dent. Ed L. Watkins vice-presi Tribune. ers and experiment station workers talk and to eat the
the Cabinet heard that the best dent and County Farm' Agent I barbecue dinner provided bv the, Hardee Cattle-
bids offered Monday for .a group into packing houses are being Carl Hendricks secretary and Declaring the levy did not : County -
cf buildings would require more checked very carefully by the treasurer. i abridge freedom of the press, the ,r cattlemen were particularly impressed -
Court said the only question
4 than (1 million baove previous shippers before being Government Directors named are Watkins sented' by the case "is whether pre-a with feeding experimentswhich

allocations to the projects. inspected so that only the best Bailey H. S. Hall. John D. WU-I newspaper is immune from the Denslow Heads I Acting Director W. G. Kirk

Meanwhile. J. Thomas Gurney citrus will be shipped." liams and Fred Bettelheim burden of taxation to maintain and his associate. Dr. E M Hodges -

of Orlando. Board of Control Meanwhile prices on Northern are from Ocala with exception I government." explained. to the gathering

Chairman told the Cabinet that markets were steady as 36 carloadsof Watkins.Although a resident carrying of the Inverness.name of In anopinion by Justice Alto One group of cattle, fed only on
salaries paid members at interior wirebound oranges averaged -
faculty Postal
this county, the organization'si Adams the Supreme Court held Colony partially burned pasture. showedan
the Florida State College for $3.72 yesterday as compared -
that "government must have average gain of 60 pounds
I i membership extends into Citrus a per
with $3.73 the previous day. !
Women will top those at the "
County. revenue and though "admit-I head at the end of the November-
University of Florida unless New York market averages |I I'I Organization of the association I NATHAN MAYO I tcdly a tax in any form or guise (Special to Orlando Momng\ $ent-neil March testing period. and in addi-

slashes in the University budgetare gained up to $3.85 per wire- to be affiliated with the Florida I ? exposition honoree is a burden. yet that alone does CLERMONT Ernest Denslow. tion produced a 75 per cent calf

reconsidered.He bound container yesterday and Crop Improvement Assn.. was, .-A-...... not imnair freedom of the ems who founded the Postal ColonyCo. crop.
said a 16 per cent cut in the Detroit and Pittsburgh reported prompted by the increased impor- anymore than an In omei.ci I Cattle fed on cottonseed .
improved prices. Top price was 1, valorum tax will destroy free- in 1923, was re-elected president pelI
University's budget is "going, to tance of Marion County's seed i lets. 1.3 pounds day and the
Wipe out pay raises." $6 per beLStocks production.The Record Crowd dom of speech to any other citiI of the company by directors I same pasture, gained per an average

The Cabinet Budget Commission were being cleaned up association will promoteand j I Zen" i Tuesday, following the annual 93 pounds per head. but produced .

trimmed the University's budget rapidly and some buyers were police the seed industry to I II | The newspapers had appealed stockholders' meeting.C. a 67 per cent calf crop.

along with many others as it prepared tending to wait until the first I insure farmers and cattlemenpure from dismissal of a suit they filed O. Bryson was re-elected vice- Calves from cattle in the latter

a general State financial estimate post-embargo ;Florida citrus should seed lacking in unwanted Attends ShowBy attacking the tax ordinance in the president. David A. Denslow. sec group, however were slightly

recently for submission to arrive for sale Monday. varieties.J. Hillsborough County Circuit. retary-treasurer. The officers and heavier than those from cows
the 1947 Legislature. Seventeen carloads of Indian L. Smith agronomist, and D.I .
: The tax, levied on firms corporations the following were elected directors which had received no supple
Gurney reported the Board of River oranges sold at $3.98 while ,I. E. Timmons. marketing specialist JACK GURNETT I i and persons doing businessin by stockholders: J. F. Bennett. W. ment. .
Control faced with "three situations ,I 36 of California fruit averaged. both with the State Agricultural I
was cars
'Our Own Staff CorreondentlWINTER : Tampa is figured on a gross I H. Dailey. D. W. Diehr O H.
which likely to get 506. I Extension Service Gainesville. ; First speaker at the rraming
are J. THOMAS GURNEY I HAVEN-New attend- sales basis and in the case of publications I Keene. I
acute." W. W. Stanley sales manager were here to assist in formationof on gross receipts from :. session. which began at 10$30$ ajn
warns Florida Cabinet ance records were piled up here ; Thirty stockholders attended themeeting.
with Fosgate Growers Co-opera. the farm unit. Smith is the was Dr. A. L. Sheely. animal husbandman -
new sales and
He said salary increases were yesterday as the 1947 Florida Citrus advertising. Members of the Colony !
tive reported that "We are not organizer of the State association. The Court said the Times and at the University; of
required to hold personnel of the Exposition queen, 18-year-old will hold their annual picnic and
running into much trouble on early i Tribune contended almost all their Florida. Others included L H.
State Agricultural Experiment blonde and beautiful Nance Stil- outing at Kirkland Lake Park today -
Stations, the Plant Board and the Clothing Price pickings and"expect to ship a good Oil Lease ley began her reign. income was derived from sales of I: noon. !.Lewis the marketing specialist with
Florida
fruit. Drilling I State Marketing Bu-
University. quality I Gen. Mgr Phil E. Lucey said the papers and advertising space and
Movement by truck was expected I reau in Jacksonville Irlo
first two days of the big show "that the latter income is largely pronson,
"We're losing men constantly from the packing houses by 9 Extension Blocked 'clicked upwards of 42.000 determined by the volume of circulation Educator Stresses Ki simmee. president- of ttle Flori'a .
because we can't pay them." he a.m. today. with rail shipmentsnot through the turnstiles persons almost and the natural effect of State Cattlemen Assft T JDiurance .
declared. Decline DeniedTAMPA scheduled before tonight. ': equaling the six-day marks set a the ordinance is to illegally restrain Elementary Phase of Brighton T W
Salaries at the Women's College Grade and size regulations ordered By Gov. Caldwell few years prior to the war. One the press." : Brown of Webster Osceola County

which have been lower than those until March 2 were describedas of the largest of citrus The Court declared the Importance Of School System :I Agent June Gunn of Kissimmpe,
men
groups
at the University for several years IAPJ The woman who "tightest ever enforced after : TALLAHASSEE IAP1 Coastal of a free "cannotbe i Joe Armnr nf Plant Mtv anA rB .
ever assembled in Florida will press "- -
"were placed on a level with the thinks she is going to get this \a freeze" and Federal-State Inspectors Petroleum Company's move to get gather here this afternoon at 4 magnified too much. It is not GAINESVILLE IAP1 A strong: Kibler Jr: of Lakeland;!
University: under the requested Summer's clothing more cheaply were instructed to exam- an extension of its March 27 drillIng for the annual fruitman's dinner. enough to say that freedom of the I educational system cannot be built'I I Barbecue was from the Harden
budgets" Gurney told the Cabinet. ine rigidly all fruit for internal I deadline and reshuffle boundaries -I press is a cornerstone of free government : by "cutting corners" on elementary '; Cattlemen Ac.sn. Hosts at the
because of the Improved post-war of its 51 State oil lease drill- It will be Fruitman's and
that while approval. I I in favor of secondary noond affir
Caldwell told Gurney It is, in fact, a pre-re- education !: were John Alt-
conditions is in for a rude shock. Following a quick survey of ing blocks in return for a commitment Mayo Day at the Exposition ''
the final decision rested with the quisite to free government. schools or colleges, Dr. Roy' man H ster Bryan. Cecil Lane-
Legislature. the Budget Commis-'I So says Perry Radin. treasurerof some Orange and Lake County I to put down 60,000 feet and Florida's Commissioner of I Morrison professor of educationat ford. KelJv Roberts and Russell
felon would attempt to reconsiderthe the Florida Fashion Mart which groves yesterday. Dr. F. E. I of wells was blocked yesterday by Agriculture, Nathan Mayo will the University of North Carolina Farmer Th- Association is headedby
financial schedules of the yesterday concluded its three-day Gardner of the U. S. Bureau of I Governor Caldwell I be guest of honor at the dinner. Florida Surplus I said here yesterday. W. C. Towze Jr.
Plant Industry reported frost i The Governor cast the lone dissenting -.: Talks are expected from some at the
three agencies. exhibit of late Summer styles. Dr. Morrison speaking
At the same time the Cabinet I Many women apparently have damage was proving "very vote when the request I of the industry's most prominent Sales Aqencv Has : Florida County School Superintendents Thief Gets Vet'sHardEarned
of the Inter-
been incluenced the erratic. :, came before trustees men. :
approved expenditure of $90,000 by numerous I Conference at the University
on a building to house road sign recent reduced price "sales" to believe Dr. Gardner said that where nal Imorovement Fund. but with -Harry- conover.- model- executive Increased ActivityJACKSONVILLE ;: of Florida reminded the educators Truck
manufacturing equipment at the !I a general lowering of prices the trees showed no leaf damage. Commissioner of Agriculture Na- crowned the queen last nieht at that "a school system is onlyas
State Prison at Raiford. !'', is in store. Radin said. fruit was safe from any frost effects than Mayo and Atty. Gen. Tom the amphitheater and Dayton I tAPl The strong as its basis-its elemen- MIAMI rAP Allen W. Mitchell
The State Forest Service was I Ii Watson absent his disapproval was. Salzman. announcer at st. Peters- Florida Region of War Assets Ad- tary program." served in three theaters of war and
I r Most of these sales are on woolen .
I #I Where there only slight enough to spoil a valid quorum WSUN -ted of saved his money to start in business
granted release of $58,128 from Its 1 goods or on less desirable merchandise -! was I Ij burg's s as master ministration sold more than twiceas School superintendents from 24 .
I Recently he first in line
funds to meet costs of ,leaf-damage in some groves fruit action. Ceremonies! much war surplus material I counties also heard Dr. W. T. Edwards was
i emergency which stores overstocked I
i suffered heavily. And in other Instances I More than two hours of inter- Miss Stilley was surrounded by :: ', end waited at the gate for three
constructing 12 houses near fire I I when they could get nothing during the first 15 days of Febru- acting registrar at Florida
where trees were burned mittent meetings and counterproposals the days to buy a W.A surolus truck
her six maids of honor and
towers. else the clothing expert said. ary as it did during the same period State College for Women assert
The Cabinet authorized Increased On the contrary. "the old prewar 1 severely the crop escaped with failed to shake the Governor -I ceremony was called one of the. last month. Regional DirectorJoe that there is a need for improve Monday truck he finished paintingthe
funds and approved construction manufacturers. those with only slight damage. from his determination to Expositions most colorful. Osborn said yesterday. ment in teacher training and liberalization and was just getting
However. heavy droppage of require the company to drill l atj! The royal maids finalists in ready to use it.
of teaching training
contracts: for a new dinIng high standards and better lines Sales for the first half of this
That nteht thief
stole the
mid-season least 10 wells to completion the I a
oranges was reported. on the contest Monday night are
room addition at Florida A. are making price Increases. he month represented material worth courses
and some Government officials expected huge coastal and lake bottom area. Gail Ann Janurin, Lakeland; I truck. which still didn't have a
and M. College for Negroes a library $3.276.000 in acquisition cost. while
E addition at the Deaf and said.Goods from these houses still is that the loss through drop- Nancy Ann Kirkpatrirk, St. Petersburg total January sales amounted to Car Prices DeclineJACKSONVILLE license-- ---tag.

Blind School and an addition to on an allotment basis. Fine cot- page Much might of this exceed dropped frost fruit damages. Asphyxiation Kills I II ; Martha Jean Stafford $3.400.000, the agency reported. API] Used car
can Palatka; Martha Mitchell Winter -
the Everglades Experiment Sta- tons still are scarce and allotted. I Osborn attributed the increasein
be salvaged for and Son prices in the Jacksonville area ATTENTION
canning
operations Haven. and Ann Proctor
tion. Those bids were within or I I bringing good prices. Scarcest of but within a week most mid-'I\Mother I I Orlando.In local sales to a stepped-up disposal have dropped approximately 15 :
near the allotments. all are the better lines of ladies' TAMPA (API Mrs Betty EllIng- program launched recentlyin
i season oranges are expected to be I addition to at thefruitman's per cent during the past f .w
i appearing ,
underwear and blouses made of ton. 28. and her son. Billy were the Florida region and to a I
Major projects Involved In the .either shipped or lost through dinner yesterday Mayo months but have leveled off now, Proja'ly OwnersIf
i
crepes and thin rayons. found asphyxiated yesterday in nation-wide drive on the part of !
bid I of the
rejection were the long- .1 droppage. I will be honor guest at a 12:30 I I President Ray Chapman
the bedroom of their home. I II WAA to sell approximately $1 bil-
sought new Auditorium gymnasium Even the slight increase in Some houses are concentrating I p.m. luncheon and on the "Ladies ; I Jacksonville Automobile Dealers
and a big addition to the stocks plus the wider variety in Ion moving fruit to canners. ex- J. A. McCaskill. one of several I Be Seated" show being broadcast I' lion worth of war surplus each I Assn. said yesterday. for any reason your prop-

library both on the Universityumpus. styles and colors permitted by I'pecting to swing back into fresh I firemen who hours worked to resuscitate unsuccessfully daily from the amphitheater stage. ': month. I erty is being held vacant
for two
abolishing of OPA citrus, movement after the ''
New bids will be re- restrictions extent A world's championship "grape-
reived from contractors on I has made buyers much more 1 lof frost damage is made more ap- them. said death monoxide apparently from resulted fruit throwing contest" is scheduled State-Wide Search FLIGHT TRAININGfor I because of O.P.A. regulations

March 22. selective the Fashion Mart off i i parent through warm weather from carbon for 12:30 p.m. in the amphi- I please call 4147 7186
a lighted gas heater and a kerosene Tracks Criminal
cial said. I I !
They are buying only (now experienced. theater area and an orange pick- VETERANSHOEQUIST
Gov. Caldwell said he considered
stove. All windows and doors 6137.
the costs "exorbitant" and what they need right now he I ing contest will be held on the TAMPA [AP] The State High- I or
in the three-room
I garage
commented that although he and added. Shipyard Bids Rejected ment were closed so apart-I Exposition grounds at 4 p.m. A I way Patrol here reported yester- AIRPORT

other Cabinet members were in Consequent volume of sales at WASHINGTON [API The War enough fresh air could enter to I large number of entries is expected I day a State-wide search was on aD St. & Rio Grand-Tel. 8625 Orlando Realty Board
favor of undertaking the construction I this show has been about 40 per Assets Administration yesterday I, dispel the gas, McGasklll said. for both events. l II for Clyde Wilkerson, 30. of Ruskin '
as soon as possible "you cent below expectations. Radin rejected as "inadequate" two bids i' who escaped a State road
can't blame the State for not said. Even so he rated the Florida for the purchase of a surplus ship Plant Bond .' I Per capita citrus production in I camp at Arcadia Monday. Wilk-
wanting to pay through the nose." mart which serves buyers in this yard at Panama City. Fla. The I City the United States in 1946 was I erson was serving two years imposed -

Besides the University Library I I State and lower Georgia as second agency said the offers were $50.-I l Bid Gets Approval I more than one and one-third !, last year on a larceny
addition and new gymnasuim- only to Atlanta's among Winter I 1 000 by Panama City and $141.150 crates. 1 I charge.

auditorium. were rejected for style exhibits In the South.an I by the Cartledge Fertilizer Co. I I Security TALLAHASSEE and Investment API Co.Union of I
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: dairy an aaoiuon products to laboratory toe university and a Tampa bid of $68 yesterday.015 at offered an interest the rate best i State Attempts To Plug

livestock pavilion and for a new Stetson Plans Summer I
White Primary Department buildIng 1.i of 1.75 per cent to the Board of
Administration for $68.000 worthof
and new refrigeration and .;
storage facilities at the Deaf and I Plant City road and bridge district ;

Blind Atty School.Gen. Tom Watson. alone I i I Session of Law SchoolI The refunding board, at bonds.the same time. Cigarette Tax Law Leak

aksed for bids to be submitted'''
amone Cabinet members
and Hen-
F I
I
March 18 for purchase of refunding -
son Markham of the Board of ALLEN MORRIS .
I Br trtek
Control [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel bonds to refinance $180.000
urged Immediate
construction
Sentinel]
1 I [SpecIal to Orlondo Morning
of Indian River county debts and
of the gymnasiumauditoriumat DELAND-Pres. W. S. Allen of Stetson University has
$24000 of Martin of MartinCounty's TALLAHASSEE-The State is trying to plug a legal
the J. A. Jones Construction Co announced that in response to the demand of an all-time I I I
obligations. leak which a of a million dollars a
bid of $1,571.000 plus architects'fees record number of students Stetson's College of Law will |{ through escapes quarter
and Incidental costs that year in cigaret tax revenue.That's .
Would make the total price $1.- inaugurate a Summer session, to open June 9. Prespect of Twenty War_Brides I I how much Florida loses by tax-free, parcel-post

700000. increased. _enrollment! Florida's oldest law school was
Take UofF Courses shipments of cigarets from other States to smokers here,
The cabinet also allocated $40.- additional factor in making the
000 from its building fund to repair decisioi to provide the course. I (ISoecral to Orlando Morning Sentinel] I estimates James T. Vocelle, cigaret -'

and paint the Ringling Art The steady influx of law students standard legal subjects will be sev- GAINESVILLE Twenty war tax administrator. whether an Indiana firm their
Museum and Home at Sarasota. to the DeLand institutionsince 'jects Innovations in specialized sub- I. brides were among the 90 enrollments I The problem becoming more client could mail cartons of cigar
Its re-opening Sept. 24 after and labor such as courses in taxation recorded during the first aggravating to the State as the ets to Floridians for their per-
law. Practical
TAMPA TAP] M. Robert Bar- war-time suspension has served to procedure and courses in I 15 days the General Extension Di- I traffic grows in volume-office sonal use without payment of the

riett executive director of the ,stimulate plans for future expansion particularly designed administration for those who i vision of the University of FlorIda to office solicitors working big State tax here Vocelle said this
Florida Council For the Blind. saidyesterday of faculty curriculum and wish to practice in Florida. will and Florida State College for buildings in Miami, and elsewhere could be done.
the Council "cannot facilities according to Dean Lem- I Women offered courses to assist could be solved believes
also augment the present curriculum "But I do not mind telling you. W.A.SCHARFFENBERG
carry out its responsibilities" on uel Allen Haslup at the law college and lead to I aliens in passing naturalization I Vocelle. if Congress and the :
an enlarged added Vocelle "that this situation
F the reduced budget approved by helm after service in the U. S. faculty. \I examinations. Florida Legislature pass recom-
the State Marines. is extremely unfair to the legitimate -
Budget Commission. i I mended laws.
One of the interesting features cigaret dealers in Florida.."
Stetson University College .f of the law work at Stetson Is the Cattle Bring $13,000 Vocelle. as chairman of a special -

Law Is a member of the American "practice court" which Includes 1 QUINCY (API Sales on the I committee of the National Piles Gel
BEST TRAILER SHOP Association of Law Schools preparation and actual trial State livestock market here totaled i 10. Tax Administrators Assn., confersin -

Repair aa4 Parts for An and is on the approved list of of cases by the students in keep- 13560.27 during the last week Washington this month about I Relief I Now.H! TEMPERANCE RALLY
Makea et Houae Trader the American Bar Assn. Included tog with Florida procedure. the auction handling 98 cattle and the passage of a bill l introduced

ralattas-Tops- w.laaa-Btdaao in the present curriculum are I Held every two weeks in the 164 hogs. for the administrators by Rep. I. Millions of sufferers in the last
legal courses as prescribed by "court room" of the Law Bldg., I Dwight L. Rogers of Fort Lauder- 40 years have found a way to get
Z22J W. Wa tJlate. Dial CSM the Florida I relief from the
ion Winter Garden Boad Supreme Court. I the practice courts attract capacity Your Club TodayORLANDO dale. quick itching and

Supplementing these courses In .. audiences of townspeople as well : RoUrr Club. CofC Bid*.. : Pending before the House committee : smarting of piles. They use a delightful Two Sides to THIS VITAL ISSUE
-- as members of the student body. 12:15: pm Civittn Club. Southland Rratnrant on ways and means, this I cooling soothing and as-H
Here the students have the oppor- 1213 p m. mole.Encampment : measure would require all dealers tringent formula-Peterson's Oint
No. 13. IOOF Fraternal Bide S Elks.
p.m
tunity to put into practical use the Elks IxxUe 8pm. in cigarets to furnish to State ad- ment. No wonder one sufferer
knowledge they have acquired in AVON .PARK:. Rotary Club. Jacaranda II ministrators a monthly list of all writes. "The Itching and smartingwere
classroom work.Stetson HoteL 13 15' pmBARTOW Rotary Club. Maonlc Temple persons. with addresses to whom relieved and I slept all] Orlando Junior Memorial High Auditorium
10 Years of Progress boasts an extensive law 1215 pm.DAYTONA I cigarets have been shipped within : night. Peterson's Ointment la
library which is BEACH Kiwanis Club. Palmetto marvelous." 35c
constantly being I Clubhouse. 12 15 p m their State. I a box. all drug-
added to by gifts from members of EUSTIS: Ktvanis Club. Grand View Hotel States have gists. 60c in tube with applicator.
Most of the already
the Florida Bar and friends of the 12'IS pm. Money back if not delighted. Adv HEAR
K1SSIMMEE:: TJSWV, T pm. their laws worded so that when
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Plan are being formulated for 12 IS pm.SANFORD. they receive this information they
: Kiwanis Club CofC Bid*.. then can collect the State tax
the expansion of the Law
the near future. Construction Collegein ofa 12 ST 10 p CLOUD DI. Business M-o'. Club. 8pm from the individual receiving the W. A. Scharffenberg and Homer Rodehea-

Paid far tZZnets.; acaJeult ana operations for people of the separate professional building is 630 WINTER:. PARK: Lions Club. CofC Bide. cigarets through the mail or otherwise -'B

State of Florida in the offing. The Alumni Assn. p.m.Air but another step would ver al the Temperance Rally Thursday
recently appointed a special have to be taken in Florida.
i mittee to co-operate with the com-I Conditioned For Comfort "I propose at the next sessionof I

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_ I Page 6 Orlanbn iflimiUig Snttinrl Wednesday, February 19, 1947 I It

.By BOB HAYES {[All But'Four ; 4 .

i
Arnold Finnefrock, affable sports editor of the Florida Season Nears

:limes-Union and one of the University of Florida's stoutest Nat A

supporters among Florida sportswriters has also raised Players r

an eyebrow over inclusion of North Texas State Teachers
Finale For
< College en Florida's 1947 grid schedule. '-4.
(
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Finney In his sports column- yesterday offered this bit of Now in Fold )

iomment: .

That Florida searching for a breather should go so far afieldto I, State CagersJACKSONVILLE ,
schedule North Texas State is abit puzzling, since: teams of President Clark Griffith of the i' xn

similar quality closer to Gainesville probably could have been book- Washington Senators yesterday .
anounced the signing of James B. i '-'
.ed without laying oat such a big guarantee" d tAPJ The University -
(Mickey] Vernon 1946 American J
? Finney went on to list this 1946 season's record for North Texas League batting champion and \ .t'\\ \AI t .a of Florida and two other

.State: Texas A & M. 48- NTS 0; NTS 14. Austin College 0: Abilene Pitchers Sid Hudson and Roger \ a ; colleges In the State conclude their

Christian 6. NTS 0: NTS 23, Brooks General Hospital [Army 7: NTS ,,' Wolff.
;,9. Stephen P. Austin 0: Sam Houston State 12. NTS 0: NTS 6, South- !l I.'I Although Griffith adherred to ; r \ .. ,W'i .s regular basketball esasons this

,west Texas State 0; NTS 7, McMurray 7; NTS 7, University of Hous- a long-standing policy of not divulging i I t week, while the cage! programs of

ton 3; NTS 47, East Texas State 7 and In the Optimist Bowl, NTS U, salary figures, the heavy-j ; .\ O Miami. Stetson and Tampa Uni-
.. -J
'" 'College of the Pacific 13. hitting first baseman was believed \ SID HUDSON I versities extend a little longer.
I\I to have come to terms on a conI I
j I!i I tract calling for about $19,000 and he's kn the fold. |I Florida Southern College at
Finney Is right. The picture is a bit puzzling. It doesn't make ,
carrying a bonus arrangement. ( Lakeland and Florida A. & M. Col-
that Florida would have to Import a breather all the from
sense way ', Vernon who hit .353 last seasonto lege for Negroes join the State
: Texas when Jack McDowall right here at Rollins has been bumping win the junior circuit batting !
-f, his head on a atone wall trying to schedule a game with Florida. crown, received about $9,000 in SportingBrevities !I University in bringing their slatesto

;And the chances are that Brady Cowell up at DeLand would have 1946. a close this week. The uni- f RANK S. RIGHT

'liked the game for his Stetson Hatters. I| The signing of Vernon Hudson i itiJ'I. versity's Tallahassee branch how- principal: speaker

McDowall. I know, has repeatedly sought a Florida game. It's and Wolff whacked down to ever, will play its final game Mar

not that he wants to meet Florida some particular: year when he is four the number of players on MICKEY VERNON '1 1 at Tampa.

loaded for bear. He'd like to play them year-In' and yearoutknowing *, Washington's Spring training I f gets, nice raise. Miami and Stetson wind Gator Alumni
roster who have not come to up
well enough he'd take a: licking probably 90 per cent of the I iI terms with Griffith. With Vernon i ROGER WOLFF their regular schedules Feb 23

-time. j I who had been regarded as he signed, too. Bob Voigts Cleveland Browns'line Shows but the Tampa season doesn't end
And on the good-will side of the ledger, the North Texas state I( the toughest to bring to term coach and a prospect for head Champ until Mar. 4. I

deal isn't good. More precisely It does more harm than good. Sucha in the fold, little difficulty: is 0I I football mentor at Northwestern The University of Florida, Meet TonightFrank

game comes no where near stirring up the Intro-State rivalry ands anticipated: signing the quari i Patriotic FoxWins says he would be interested In returning I' Poorly in which completed its Southeastern -
Interest that a game with either Stetson or Rollins would generate. I tet of non-signed players once all Conference card: with four
? There still Is, so far as I can determine, no plausible excuse forgoing they arrive on the training camp: to his alma mater "if victories and four defeats will S. Wricht. former University !

solar to get so little on the football market. I scene. FeatureAt conditions are right" RodgerR. : Field .TrialsGRAND play In the SEC tournament beginning of Florkftt alumni secre-

r Second Baseman Gerald Priddy Nelson former night editor of Feb. 27 at Louisville. tary and publicity director, will

: Clark Griffith over the many years he has been: in baseball has Pitcher Ray Scarborough and the Associated Press' Cincinnati i JUNCTION, Tenn. [UP Ky.Miami be the principal speaker at gen
Outfielders Lewis and G'l SunshineOLDSMAR Zev. national bird dog is eral membership meeting! of the
Buddy
A earned a remarkable reputation for his honesty. And he now admits I bureau has been named director Mississippi a scheduled entrant
; Coan four who have not signed show well in the Southern Orange County Chapter of University
27 failed to Intercollegiate
conscience bothers him mite. champion, very
his a :
'et. [API Patriotic Fox press and radio relations of the of Florida Alumni Assn.. at
A few weeks the Washington boss went to a barbecue up ,, I Hof the second day of the Athletic Association tournamentat "" -
ago Hudson and Wolff, who roundedout won the $800 feature race, the National Assn. of Professional yesterday as ; 8 p m. today assembly room
at Sanford that was being given for George Barr's Umpire School the trio inking contracts Ponce De Leon Purse, at Sunshine | National Field Trials were run off \ Bowling Green Ky, after the of the San Juan Hotel.
Park yesterday. The winner paid i J Baseball Leagues I the Minors' organization regular season ends and Tampa Wright has indicated he will
I
yesterday, are righthanded pitchers ; before a record gallery on the old
:" 1 $2260. $9.40 and $3.40. '! American heavy- U. will enter the State AAU meet discuss: problems of general inter-
1F l' 'qUt.V '.IUS'T ((t; Q 11c : and Hudson is a popular, well- ; Ames plantation. ,
to be held
there Mar. 13-15.
known performer in this section of Fancy Free ran second paying weight Joe Baksi auctioned off his est to all alumni in his talk
$ i1eC oar A",9'o 1 Florida. $4.80. $2.60. Third place taken by I red and white polkadot necktiefor I In his three-hour effort, Zev 1 1 Florida makes its final home PTM Pat Patillo of the group
Belstan, was good for $2.50. I owned by Dr. W. R. Thrapp. of ;appearance of the season tonight
pqy fill 7l/6'II. The mound ace of Sanford's $200 in London last night. said Dr. W T. Ewing chairman
Okla. failed to show
1939 Florida State League champions | The supporting feature, the I!1 Johnny Mazzanoble, welter- Tuscumbia, against Stetson then will visit of the Student Aid Committee
he made a non-stop jump $800 Fountain of Youth Purse welterweight who suffered a cere- the judges a bird Florida Southern Friday night!; and would lead discussion! : of the
'
from class D ball to the majorsthe was won by Parilaras paying 1 bral concussion m a bout with Out to defend his title. Zev Tampa Saturday night. The Ga- proposal ta organize a GatorI

following year and won -17 I $10,90. $5.0 and $4.10. I ]Eddie Smith of Rochester in was cast in tbe'afternoon round tors lost to Georgia last week. 53- I Boosters Club in this area.
I games his freshman year with I Rochester Monday night, is reported with Sacajawca: property of 59. but hold previous decisions Other directors of the body. who
I I Washington He won eight and Torch Lee took the first event '' on the way to recovery I Euclid Claus n, of Georgia, before over each of their intrastate fo*>5. head committees are: Billy Arnold
and Mar>'t's Lullaby the second to j the largest crowd of The
I lost 11 last year. .I spectators remainder of the schedule for constitution Jack Hottel
: ,
Dean Rockwell was elevated to Florida colleseTonfrhtStetson pro-
/:
double of 2760.
a daily witness
1 pay to pointerand
Wolff, the veteran knuckle- ever a
at Florida gram; J. K. Grigsly, activities
1 1i head coach at Albion College suc-
students He rode from the ball park to the barbecue site with a bailer who won 20 games for Orifj j Prices on Torch Lee were $11.30. setter trial. Friday-Florloa at Florida Southern; He kin Whittaker. legislative
Sanford man and with Joe Engle, the Chattanooga cut-up. On the fifth in 1935. had five and eight i j$6.20 and $5.50.; on Mary's LullabY'I ceeding' Dale R. Sprankle who is Sacajawea at first appeared up- Miami at Stetson.SaturdayFlorida' Wesley Fly. publicity: W. J. Bun-
at Tampa: Miami
Warren
the vs
won-lest record for last lear.1lana&'er I,I''$520, $2.70, $2.40. l lI giving up post set by the noisy stomping of the Stetson' at Daytona Beach
field of and Tallahassee
way back from the barbecue they drove past a eggplants, i i I famous : i ingmembership and Bob Ivey,
he will his
'says ship gelding but branch University of ,
many horses in the gallery, Florida at Florid.
Griffith remarked that he would like very much to have some of Ossie Blnege and the I 1 I 1 South..na.Frld.7.. high school liaison. Other offi-
Farm'sI i Armed to the West Coast by settled down later and produceda
MIAMI tAP The Clinto .
those remainder of Washington's crew Feb. 28-Stetson at Tampa; cers are Harry Brown vice president -
eggplants. of pitchers: and catchers are Sea Wolf scored a five lengths 1 1victory plane to run in the $100,000 Santa single. Six minutes later she Bansrn River NAS at Miami and Jack Robinson, secretary -
The Sanford man. who was driving, stopped the car and he I scheduled: to check In here to- ] in yesterday's featured Anita handicap Mar. 1 "if he pointed a bevy after receiving Tuesday Saturday Mar Mar.4 1--Tampa TBDF at at St.Timra PeUrs- treasurer
and Engle hopped out to appropriate five eggplants. So the other day. Several of the batterymen. I'Coral Way Purse at Hialeah Park
day the Old Fox confessed: saying: including Wolff Hudson and i under the handling of Jockey Ted 1 leth all right" Frank Piet minutes later, she pointed another ,

"If you can help me find out who that field of eggplants belonged Buck Newsom. are already here. Atkinson, paying $3.50 for $2. veteran minor league third base- bevy in a sedge pocket. Grid Coach Walker

to---60 I can pay for five Joe and the other fellow got for me." Infielders and outfielders are to I 1second 1 Freedman's Hay-Jay was i man, has been appointed playing O'Hare's Little Jimmy owned Hockey
their workouts week from by a length and a half, and i ;manager of the Janes\ille entry by Frank O'Hare, of Sacramento,
start a
Mrs. Ed Mulrenan flighty Happy ;in the Wisconsin State League. Calif., was put down on the morn-
Wally Aikens, former Orlandoan, is one of the motorcycle: : racing: tomorrow, although a few start are condi-here finished in front of Zax for the >i Invitations, have been extended ing course with Trukey Mountain Blasts Pros7Methods
drivers featured in the current Issue of Collier's in Frank Harvey's now and expected to show. I Doctor owned by J_ E. Garner and Trophy Vanishes
to Gil Dodds Les
MacMitchell
tioning work tomorrow. I R. H. Scott, of Carbondale, Ill.Jimmy I'i
"Handle-Bar Derby-which is wonderful buildup for this weekends' I II Duplicating: a feat twice performed ['Tommy Quinn Elmore Harris and
races at Daytona_ Beach. : by Ted Atkinson this other top-ranking American track : piled up a score: of six i iI

'I|I I season Jockey .George Moore stars to race at the Forum In I I, bevies.his Three of his finds were in 1.I I ABILENE. Tex tAP An asser- I'I BOSTON r TAP The Eastern
in firsi-hour'
'KleinhansNewSyracuse one
run
Excellence: of entries In the Central Florida Kennel Club's dog I piloted Fly Away home first in { Montreal Mar. 24 < Cliff Bat- the second hour and two in the tion that recruiting of college I Amateur Hockey League's James

show here in January was borne out by results ot the Westminister the opener and accounted forthe tles, former gridircn star and pres-i third. However, he was charged athletes particularly football players J Walker Trophy has vanished
daily double with Ackley in again drawing from a Boston
Kennel Club Show in Madison Square Gardens last week. Ch. ent coach of the professional with one unproductive point. as professionals, is threatening -
the second Fly Away returned Garden official last night, the
Mighty Sweet Regardless, adjudged best-of-show here went best-of- Brooklyn Dodgers, was divorced by Doctor finished with four finds, intercollegiate football, was
Mentor only $5.50 but Ackley paid $53.60 made comment "Its ceased to be fun-
yesterday Warren
I by B.
eporting-breeds at the big New York show, one of the country's top I' for 52 and made up a daily his wife, Mrs. Dorothy M. Battles equally distributed through his ny."
I I i Woodson athletic director and ,
yesterday on grounds of heat In the first hour, two I i i
shows. i double of $248.20. gross neglect -one I head football coach ; i A league official will advertisein
I at Hardin-
I
Jack Sanford. managerof in the second and one to the third
And Glenn Bowstead passes along the information that Ch.j 1 SYRACUSE [UP] Ted Klein- Jockey Joe Sneller won the and with Simmons University. I a Boston newspaper today
the He at
American good
Warlord of Macelalne. the boxer that went best-of-show at West- hans, former major league south- ]third aboard Sweet Taters end I Florida League '46 Phillies Georgia- his ran fast pace, covered range a lot of Woodson issued a prepared[ seeking return of the trophy de-
champions will
minister, I It the grand-pappy of a Utter of pups In Bowshire Kennels, paw pitcher who currently is Monstrance with Conn McCreary pilot the club ground.I statement on the heels of an an- scribed by as of "great sentimental -
owned by.Bow". and his daughter Shirley! Evans. Two of the Bow- working for a degree in physical 'up took the fourth. One Century : again this :year. I nouncement by the BaltimoreColts value, and beautifully en-
education at Syracuse University, I; :paid $8.40 in winning the seventh .I i, of the AU-America Football i graved."
shire boxers have won' I
already their championship pointsDleritaire'a I|yesterday was named head coach with M. Basil in the saddle. j I Sports Equipment I League that Rudolph "Little Doc" : The trophy was presented last
Modern Model and Meritaire's Silent Sentr-and Bow i I, of the Orange baseball team for i I Box car figures appeared in the j| Shepard To Get Mobley had signed a contract to i year to the Boston Olympics, winners -
says other champions are on the kennel, which rates among the the coming season succeeding For- 'payoff for the eighth race when For play with the dolts next Fall. of the title, but when league
country's tops for boxers.'Strangers' est Evashevski. Lusty Tidbit nosed out Davie's [\, Sought MObley the nation's leading officials looked for it in the Bos-
I't' Sister in a photo finish. Lusty Tidbit ground gainer: in 1942 and againin | ton Garden trophy room this

*. paid $31.40, $2080 and $830)) Greek Youth I i Brownie Trial 1946 after his return from military .,, week, they found only Its base.
Who Query Sports Lucey AppointedTo across the board while Davie's ,I NEW YORK TAP ] Former I / service, still had another.season ', The trophy, awarded by the late

Boston Staff Sister returned $1740 and 820. Heavyweight Champion G e n e I of eligibility with the Hardin- ,, Mayor James J Walker.of New
'
His Daughter was third, paying Tunney last night! appealed for ST. LOUIS [API Bert Shepard Simmons football team. York City in 1926. was stolen in

: :Desks Know 'All the Angles'r I Ij Dave BOSTON Lucey[AP member] Appointment of BostonCollege's of $4.30. ,sports equipment to be sent to who uses an artificial leg to replace ,i Woodson said his charges i 1931 in New York' .and recovered

Cotton Bowl team the youth of devastated Greece. one he lost in the war when against the professionals did not two years later Jrr x pawn shop.
I ( CARL'LUNDQUIST assistant to Football in I Appearing on a radio broadcast, 'the38 he was piloting was shot 'relate particularly to Mobley's;. --- --
r
j 1939. as Bratton Wins ;Tunney asked the American sports 'down over Germany will workout case.: "This is just one incident"he
I Coach Denny Myers was announced -
(United
Press
y Sports Writer I declared. CLOVER GRILL
last night by John P. curley I public for contributions of swim- as a pitcher with the St. Louis ,
NEW YORK UP ming trunks, basketballs track I Browns their Fla. train- 1 "If we let this type of biddingfor
[ ] Maybe they are bookmakers or'B. C. athletic director. at Miami t S. CO CRT ST.
:maybe they are second chair barbers, but if the strangerswho equipment, gym mats and boxing I ing camp the Browns' office announced college players continue before I Just H Block From Oru(t AT*.
I TRIBE LOSES BALL PARK !gloves: to be forwarded to the last night. If he shows the student is through with Good Food Reasonable Prices
: bombard sports desks with telephone calls ever lose 'From Kapilow i Greek War Relief Assn sufficient ability he will be signed[ his education, we might as well ct.t"B BUSINESS
CLEVELAND [API The Cleve- I II
their jobs, they should inquire about going to work in the : "Greece. the mother of all to a contract. ,I Ii 'declare a moratorium on our footbalL BREAKFAST MEN'S LUNCH
of Cleve-
and the I
newspaper business. land Indians city I eadly Olympic sports, today is I i Shepard, a left hander had a I i As It Is such recruiting is JOe and ap Me ud .P
land yesterday signed an agree-
I CHICAGO LAP] JohnnyHoneyboy" harmful to the Individual and to
totally lacking In the brief
They would make wonderful re- ment under which the Tribe will 19-year-old : places for i tryout with the Washington I "
Bratton healthy training of young people Senators two :years ago. His i the school Woodson said.
porters. all its home in the
play games Chicagoan rated as the No. 1 as well as lacking in playing home is at Clinton, Ind. I I i t
DUTCHLAPASBESTOS They combine the persistency of city-owned lakefront stadium for
,
challenger, registeredhis "
lightweight
fields or gymnasiums, Tunney Greenies Win 24-21
Canadian Mounties the of 15
nerve the next years. in
tenth consecutive victory
said, asking that Greek
taxicab drivers, and the accuracy I i, the Chicago Stadium last night: I II again be given a chance to youth participate Athletic Heads, FHSAA Tilt From Winter Park
of certified public accountants. l VMI NAMES LINE COACH I with ten-round split decision I
J a in world games along Official Meet TonightThe Special[ Orlando Sentinel]
Just what spurs them to the BATON ROUGE. La. [UP Clar- over Danny Kapilow roaring with other nations. I to Morning '

ROOFING SHINGLES same amount of effort to obtain ence "Pop" Strange, former LSU 'beater from Brooklyn. I Tunney is chairman of the Relief High School: Athletic i GROVELAND-The Groveland 'WI
information on an obscure basketball tackle and veteran of two Sugar I Bratton. the lad with talented l ,, Association's Sports Committee The High School Athletic Assn. Greenbacks won a nIp-and-tuck
game that a journeyman Bowl games, was named line i fists and incredible co-ordination, ;; which also includes former Ittle officials are scheduled to 24-21 decision over Winter Park'sWildcats
15.50 journalist puts forth in an eight coach at Virginia! Military Insti- fought an unsatisfatcory battle, l champion Jack Dempsey, Dan meet with Lafayette Golden, here last night. Bob Lein-

per sq. hour day is their own business, tute :yesterday. I compared with his previous thrillers. I Ferris secretary-treasurer of the executive secretary of the Florida toger paced the Greenies with

but they couldn't: be any more He chose to clown most of''I A. A. U. and Avery Brundage, High School Athletic Assn. : eight points while Pete Brown
L T. JERNIGAN diligent about it than an ambi- Reno Nev. Journal, advises s'' the way and picked up points by chairman of the U. S. Olympic at 7:30 p.m. today in the Chamber scored 12 for the Wildcats.
SHEET METAL WORKS tious scribe trying to land a I'through his columns that getting ':his furious assaults in the fourth. I'f Conunittee.I of Commerce BIdr. to discuss 11'! The local lassies had an easier

Pulitzer prize I,: long distance telephone calls fromI ,,ninth and tenth rounds, otherwise the high school athletic time of It in taking a preliminary
... ((70 Alexander PL Phone '7427 I Their passion for basketball I ,the East for games In that area Is I scored with snappy left Jabs and[ I BASKETBALL RESULTS program 27-11 game with Lynn Busby accounting
: scores has been brought on by k'I'I nothing unusual. The folks thereabouts right crosses. I D Land SI Palatka High. School 29I : I for 16 points. Vivian
little device known as the "point t are a little perplexed aboutit I Bratton weaved and danced I !, Ktttorlmus 30. Lcosburs 211 (overtime). !'Hattaway had seven for the In 4A
I Mulberry' C4. Maims City 2s.Cmtt Class A' I Individual
NO PRIORITY spread" which has made the court t though he admits. ||away from Kapilow's dangerous ', 3.. Mount Dora 29. vaders.
I sport an even bigger source of t Many of the callers use ruses .' punches with the exception of i A_". 41. Tavar** 2C Scoring Leaders I
NEEDED revenue to bookmakers in some of one sort or another to get the the third round when Kapilow 1 Ovwdo 44. Winter Oardon 24 rv
Orovoland 24. Winter Park 21. il
sectors than race horse betting. scores. One is to ask for confirmation : trapped him in a corner and I | .*........ 37, Sanford 23. Horns Player and Bomb Team, ..5 it 145 T. !! !
Price Reduced And though the pleading partyon of the score between j clouted him with rights and leftsto I' Umatilla SO. Ly...... 44 (two .vortfmn). !Mandt: OBrien'.-=:::::::::: : : 145 I TOM COX
Mainland M. Oainotvilkt. 27. PuttM' BumS ____________ n n 13\
the telephone may insist that; Chippendale Aeries and Hepple- t the head. When Bratton escaped i Jackson 3*. Landon 29 both Ja<). Carom,. Bumb. ____ s0 n 135 Winter Garden VFraULttft1Ip

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I Wednesday, February 19, 1947 (
@ 1er I Ir Operation May -- --- Tigers i SoughtHal

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'Apopka Rated Trosky's

HEll MOSHEI Put PasseauBack ServicesLAKELAND

Central Florida's yellow perch definitely have profited

from the cold February weather. No. 1 in 'B'Tourney (tAP Mgr. Steve
Feet O'Neill of the Detroit Tigers disclosed -
It will be recalled by local sportsmen that the onlypoint I on +'.xx to newsmen yesterday that

raised by the fish scientists, when yellow perch were M, an effort had been made to sign
introduced to Central Florida about three I that the first base-
lakes starting I MEMPHIS [API Claude Pas- HereThe Hal Trosky but
yean ago, was that it would not get cold enough in this part of the ( man declined the offer in favor of
seau. veteran Chicago Cubs right-
I coach for the Chicago
world to induce the perch to spawn. becoming a
Temperatures ef In the. 50s Farenheit [water temperatures] bander who underwent a back Apopka Blue Darters, unbeaten White Sox.
operation here Monday says he "I figured he was good for. a
take
were deelared to be necessary if these yellow perch were ever to : champions of the Central couple of years' O'Neill said. I
hold and multiply! in our Florida lakes. Some few seemed to thinkIt doesn't expect to return to regu- Florida Conference, has been know he had an

would be best that water temperatures should "rather suddenly lar work until "late in Mayor 1. awarded the top-seeded positionfor : off season last
decline from In the 50s to in the 40s for best results." j early June. year but he's
I "I'm going to give my back the Group V. Class B basket-
I still a very good
the successful plenty of time to knit properly" ball tournament to be held here at II'
_.. t Undoubtedly the temperature requirements for ball player I was
Lucedale
. the big ,
.. spawning of yellow perch have been met. May the crop of youngstersbe Miss., pitcher declared Davis Armory next eekendf | surprised when

a large one.These -, last night f Loyal McNeal principal of Winter t he refused to
perch were brought into Central Florid by a numberof I from his Baptist Park High School. hosts for the J consider playingany

sportsmen, including W. T. Bland who took his fish to Lake Hospital bed. tourney, said the meet was arranged l insisted longer and becoming
on -
Conway. Harry McDonald et al, who stocked principally Lake Shean, Per "The doc says for Davis Armory because adequate J a coach."
and In general the fish were well distributed sometimes in chainsof .e 111 be as good as facilities were not availablein News of the

lakes [as Lake'Shean] where the chances are that an (Ideal en- : new if I take care .r Winter Park. seW;)-i offer to Trosky
: of and I
Tironment was secured. myself Ten teams will compete for \: lI came as O'Neill
Mr. Baker who came here to Central Florida time and again ::,Ji don risk want to the group championship and the .... --A discussed the

from the Federal fish hatchery at Orangeburg. S. C. bringing shIp- v '. ;. injury.permanent" right to advance into the State O'Se.W ._ Tiger first base
well Mr. Baker was of Class B tournament :Mar. 6.. problem. handled a year ago oy
ment after shipment of young yellow perch- < .. .' Passeau.plagued .
the opinion that Central Florida's lakes offered an ideal habitat for \ ; ., :x most of I -Our Own Stoff Photo McCo!:um Apopka. which swept Central Hank Greenberg who has been
yellow perch. No one up to now has been in a better position toI I .. <:: r last season when SANFORD BOASTS SPORTY GOLF COURSE: creased play since Ed Levy, former Major and Florida Conference honors last sold to Pittsburgh.
Passeau he Here's *L view from off the first tee at Sanford's Minor League baseball performer took over the week to run their unblemished O'Neill mentioned that he had
than Baker won seven
judge Mr. was.
I games and lost two had two Seminole Golf Club showing the picturesque 18- course last year and put it into excellent playing string of victories to 16, was the four candidates for the first base
ruptured discs removed from his hole golf course which has been drawing an in- { condition. The course is 15 miles from Orlando. heavy choice for top seeding hon- job. including Roy Cullenbine, but
Largest of the yellow perch so far caught was a fish of approximately ors. Fort Pierce was seeded second went on to say that "if we had
tiff lbs. taken in a lake in the Winter Park section. This spine.Doctors used local anesthesia in followed by Winter Park and Hal Trosky along with the otherswe
fish, visiting Vermont Yankee returned to the water I Melbourne. would be than amply
caught by a was the delicate more
SO-minute
unharmed said big Claude talked operationand base- Braves Ease Texas AAU Chief Seeks Second I Other teams competing are: ,. protected."

Reports of others being taken have arrived from the Lake Shean ball throughout the surgery."It Stuart St. Cloud Winter Garden,
section and also-from Lake County-but it is feared these fish were must have been extremely Babe Zaharias for Titusville Cocoa and Vero Beach. Only squirrel in America witha
taken home and eaten by the anglers who caught them. However the painful and he took it wonderfully OlympicsSAN I Six teams were awarded first- white nose and white ears is
yellow perch may already be definitely established and doing alright. ," one doctor commented. Upon Drills round byes leaving only two the southern fox squirrel
Time win. ten. Passeau will remain in the hospital ANTONIO, Tex. [AP] There's an opening for I night games for the openingsession n_ _
: here a week or ten days and another Babe Didrikson in women's track and field and Thursday, Feb. %1.

then return to his Mississippi FORT LAUDERDALE UPI) Erich F. Pohl, head man in staging the national AAU Quarterfinal games will be play 1The

CanadianBoxer's Webb OrderedTo home Later for if a his month's recuperation rest. permits Mgr. Billy Southworth left the junior and senior women's meet here in theummer, hopes ed Friday; the semi-finals afternoon the and morning evening --

he will join the Nashville Boston Braves off easy yesterday the girls set the idea and do something about it of Saturday. Mar. 1, and

club. which works with the Cubs after his batterymen complained <0, The Olympic Committee is very the finals Saturday night I

StoryInvestigated In Spring training at Baton. of stiffness and soreness following much concerned over the lack of Leroy Hoequist, Orlando, and H.

Defend Title ,Rouge. La.. their hard initial workout Mon- Pickering known women athletes of champ- Wasson Vero Beach, will be two
He expects to rejoin his mates ionship caliber" Pohl said. 'Stella of the three officials. A third official -
when they swing through Louisiana day. Walsh, the present record-holder will be announced later.
on their way home from their Wave Sextets is 38 years old. Alice Coachman Hugo Miller Winter Park, will be Finest
Dowd of
[AP] Daniel Webb
OTTAWA MONTREAL (AP Danny '
Catalina Island training base. I the timer and Gayle Kelly, also
SAN JUAN UP] Rookie Larry of Tuskegee is the only other out- RetreadingMoney
the New York District attorney'sstaff Canadian lightweight boxing I of Winter Park, will be official
I Berra made a strong bid to become standing athlete. America is go-
has arrived here to confer been ordered by Meet TonightThe i scorer. Can
I champion has I ing to need a lot more girl starsif Tournament
British Golfer the New York Yankees num- pairings.:
with the Royal Canadian Mounted the Montreal Athletic Commissionto it is to win the women's division Thursday F... 27 (First round): Cocoa ; Buy!
ber one catcher as Mgr. Bucky Pickering All Stars will II vs. V.N Boach T:3O ..."? and Winter
Police and other officials con- defend his title March 10 in the Olympic games Garden. vs. Tito.nlU use .. .
Harris sent his 17 pitchers througha Naval Air r .. ... .m.Friday .
meet Jacksonville
disclosures said to have Dave To I the F. 2* (Quarterfinal): Stuartvs. $700
cerning Hopes ,
former champion Somewhere
against in Texas, Pohl Winter Park :2 .-KM Melbourne vs.
been made in New York by Danny Castilloux. Givei I lengthy bunting drill yesterday. :i Station WAVES in an exhibition I I hopes' he will uncover another winner of Winter Garden-Titusvtlte .._ tr N
Webb. Canadian lightweight boxing -I Commission officials said yes- i I Harris was impressed with Berra'swork basketball game at 8:30: p.m. today Didrikson-a girl with abilityto 3.20 ...m.; Saint Cloud vs. Fort ,'era, Only 50.rwllr
I 7:300 and Apopka' F
.m. vs. winner of Cocaveto :
champion, it was learned yes- terday that until Webb meets Cas- Hogan Trouble behind the plate and indicated : at Davis Armory. I carry on in the spike printsof each. earn. at 'SO ...... h u.
terday. I tilloux he will not be permitted to Friday. Mar. 1: (Sfm-fmal and Fin..',)-
Webb voluntarily went to New territory SAN DIEGO [rAP Dai Rees of that the 21-year-old rookie I|i The Pickering squad, who lost the immortal Texas Babe who vnnner Stuart. -Winter Park and Saint
fight in Montreal or in any FIRESTONE STORES
I took the Olympics by storm 15 Cloud-Fort Pierce games meet at 10 a m
York for Questioning last week in under the jurisdiction of the England who will meet Ben Hoganof would give the Veteran Aaron;their only game in 10 starts last and winner Apopka' -(Cocoa or Vero
connection with admissions by ,I the United States in a 36-hole for the :' to the years ago He Invites the other each! games and winner .Melbourne ORANGE AT CONCORD a
National Boxing Assn.. with which Robinson a tough battle week by a 19-18 score rant
Rocky Graziano worlds middle- the Montreal Commission is affili- I match here Saturday and Sun- top receiving spot. I'Lakeland All-Stars, Includes I States to follow suit. Winter at 11:20 Garden...... Finals or Titusville at e;SO) games....., meet with PHONES Z-31T1 or
weight boxing champion that he I day for international honor and Pohl is optimistic over the prospects consolation game at 7:SO p.....
Jackie Doris Hadden.
Hunlev.
ated.Webb $5000 Ito the winner] said
had received bribery offers to' the 1 yes- .
won lightweight! crown Last year San Angelo held
terday after starting practice at NEW YORK [UP] The Brook- Frances Farino. Virginia Crews,I
"throw a fight"Kruger from Castilloux last Fall. I the first State girls track and field
the San Diego Country dun lyn Dodgers 47 strong left yesterday I Alice Macy Beda Menendez. j
for the first leg of their Humphrey, Sis meet in Texas history Pohl says
Evelyn Herring-
Course that "I hope to Bennya
serve in Africa Park is a larger wild game than New pre- Comstock, Rattermen Rood game." give journey to their Spring training I I dine and Betty, Jewell and Peggy i records made there compare very H 0 M E SIT E S. for
Matches The remark was in answer to a I camp at Havana Cuba. They PIckering. Mrs. J. B. Pickering I favorably with those in the na
Jersey. Cop Women's reporter's Inquiry whether he left by train for Miami from manages and sponsors the team. tionals. He wants the State AAU
Mrs. Dan Comstock and Mrs. would make a prediction on the where they will fly to Havanafor at San Angelo this year so Texas
BOAT Al Ratterman yesterday won the match. their first workout Thursday can find out early what contributions SALE
FISHING PARTY Orlando Women's Golf Associa- Rees and Hogan met on the : New Type of Car it will be able to make to the
tion's 18 hole two-ball competi- National
course last January in a foursome AAU here
ON LAKE APOPKA. tions at Orlando Country Club, exhibition. Rees and a fellow CLEVELAND (UP] Pres. Bill To Be EnteredIn The big meet in San Antonio
.. M .4m. Furnnhtd.New CaN Informationurvtti CrunvrftTMkM with Mrs. D. H. Gahr and Mrs. I countryman, Charles West paired Veeck of the Cleveland Indians an- expected to attract 200 juniors and 50 large lots in Dubsdread
**-Prie*. PhMW 44M. Char Rose T. Skillman capturing run- against Hogan and Jimmy De- nounced yesterday that Third 500-Mile Event 150 seniors, will be a little more
tar FMiiH. SOTVM, P O. _.* 1724. ner-up honors. maret. They finished all even. Baseman Ken Keltner will not be
than a before the Section some as large aslOO'xZSO'
OrUntf Fla. In the nine hole two-ball event, I traded because Mgr. Lou Boudreau INDIANAPOLIS [rAP Norman year Olympic ,
Mrs. Al Mooneyham and Mrs. T. U.S. Team wants him for his 1947 infield. Olson of Detroit yesterday nominated games in London in August 1948
P. Warlow Jr. were the winners. Hockey I for the 500-mile race at the I "Many people think athletics

SEPTIC'TANKS while Mrs. Albert Connelly and 'Swamps Belgium, 13-2 AVALON Cal. UPI In an effort I Indianapolis Motor Speedway next injurious to the girls says Pohl
BUILT-INSTALLED Mrs. Dahlia Lester taking second to enliven the painful second :May 30 a new car he is construct- I but this Is not true if they tram Corner Edgewaler Drive and Par
PRAGUE AP] The U. S. Hockey '
REI"AIRED-561t GAL. place. I day of Spring training Mgr Char- ing in Detroit. 'properly. Such outstanding stars
Hostess for next Tuesday's playat team smarting from last night's lie Grimm of the Chicago Cubs Olson's entry blank described as Didrikson, Ann Curtis, Walsh
Approved by State Dubsdread is Mrs. W. T. Horan 4 to 1 defeat hy Sweden. swamped brought out the bats yesterdayand i the car as embodying a new principle and others refute this theory" Ave. near Dubsdread Country Club
Board of Health telephone Winter Park 329-J. I Belgium. 13 to 2 yesterday in the' gave his pitchers a chance to of independent rear-end
{
world amateur Ice hockey champ- do some hitting. I spring suspension designed to pro-
PLUMBINGREPAIRS ionship tournament. | vide exceptional traction on the J Overlooking Lake SilverOne
Have Your AutoSTEAM Ross McIntyre of San Francisco PHOENIX, Ariz. [UP] Al : turns.

GREASEDAt scored three goals and Alan Van White outfielder who hit .331 I The car will weigh 250 pounds of Orlando's Finest Residential Sections
licensed of St. Paul. Pearley Grant of W l-I and stole 33 bases for Toledo last ,less than any car of similar powerin
By At tham. Mass. and Gus Galipeau year reported to the New York i last year's race Olson said.
Plumber Woonsocket. R. I, each collected Giant camp yesterday leaving DELAY CO. INC.P. .
MAYO'S
Pitchers I ,
Johnny Gee, Larry Jan-
I PELICANS NAME: SCRANTON
Glenn I. Com t Molar A Chassis. Steam two.The and :Marvin Grissom all
Holliday Cleaned pie *md fabricated only I'ttl -** triumph pulled the U. S. sen holdouts WILLIAMANTIC.: Conn. SAP] a O. Box 1164
the absentees.
401 W. Concord Phone 4766 N. Mala Ph. nil team back into a tie with Austria I as* *only* Roy Dissinger of this city, recent- Albert Delay-Phone 450 or George Delay $649
and Czechoslovakia in the title i 'I ly named general manager of theI
NEW YORK (UP A New York
race. Each was two points Sweden Pelicans of the
Orleans
I : Yankee delegation of six mtrhprs/!' I I New I b
leads with live and is expected Southern Association yesterday =
and one catcher will leave today toset
to increase that to seven when'it appointed Robert Scranton of Wil-
SHEET METAL AND ROOFING up the training camp at St. -
plays the*Mediocre Polish team I Petersburg, Fla., Feb. 20. The limantic to be the club's road

next. group includes Pitchers John Mal- secretary
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former British heavyweight champion Randy Gumpert will join them in I II
Ventilators Build-up Roofing knocked out the Dutch titleholder :'. Philadelphia.

Galvanized and Copper Gutter Composition Roofing b Jan Klein in 2:32 of the i I II I Doors and WindowsJust
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Page 8 (rlattlin fSmmtng i &rntfntl! Wednesday, February 19, 1947 I'Garden' Club Mr. Treadwell '


-I t r 1 FOR fh"e ldly SPfimtcafion"flavorCrushed"

"folt&lme Mix Nagel I I I Tour Planned Takes Bride

MRS. WILLIAMH.

r:. .' ,. Entertains GEORGE On ThursdayThe In The NorthThe I
is the former
.: i! ,, I I TETLEYTEA
Betty Jane I
.. Winter Park Garden Club marriage of Miss Millicent'
Garden Club daugh- :
LOifl Perinier ter of Mrs. M. will hold the third in a serieS of E. Kidwell. daughter of Mr. and
I I
: Mrs. J. E. Duval was guest of W. Perinier and garden tours this season on Thursday -. Mrs. Robert Kidwell of Silver

WITH JEAN YOTHUS honor Monday at a surprise shower the late Mr. from 2 to 5 pjn.. when four Spring. Md.. to Winfield A. Tread-

.Club Editor] I I given by Mrs. Nathan Nagel at Perinier of I I I of the most beautiful gardens of well eldest son of Mrs. Nona
Cleveland. Ohio Interlachen Ave. homes will be Treadwell and the late Mr. W. H.Treadwell .
K. D. Farris. auditor of the i her home in Reeves Terrace. and her mar- 'i shown. !, former Orlando residents -
,
Stite Teachers' Retirement will I Games were played; with Mrs. R. riage to Mr. I The street-side Tiew of the took place Saturday in the

be the speaker for the meeting of O. Blackburn and Mrs. Joe War- George son of grounds of the estates of Mr. and Fort Lincoln Park Chapel near ." for richer,

the.Orange. County Classroom ren winning the prizes. Refreshments Mr. and Mrs.F. :Mrs. R. B. Harbour. Mr. and Mrs.L. 'Washington D. C., where Mrs. more full-bodied taste.
at 3:45 'I' served later in the eve C. George of :, C. McKinney. Mr. and Mrs. t Since
Teachers Assn. today : pjn.at' were Hugh McKean and Gen. Avery D. Treadwell now resides. 1837

the Memorial Junior High ning.With rOur this city was an Andrews, are familiar to all resi- The Rev George S. Rapp mini -
; event of Feb. 14
&1tooL Mr. Farris is making : the honoree were Includedthe : ,dents and Winter visitors to Winner i I ister of the Seventh Day Adventist ,..
a special trip here to give informa.. Mmes. Blackburn. Warren. at Knowles Park. But as with all well- Church of Takoma Park, Md. per- .
tion regarding "Teachers' Retire- Nina Wingate. Robert Crenshaw. Memorial Chapel.I planned grounds there is an Intriguing formed the ceremony. I
Otto Clements; John Nover. C. R. Rollins College.A invitation to explore I Given in marriage by her father
ment". This is an open meeting -
Shewey. Emma Nagel. Helen Fisher. receptionwas I the bride of white''
individual will "through the courtesy of the own wore a gown
and questions '
Eleanor Johnson. Vernon Daw- held at Fox ers. brocaded satin and a fingertip 'I
be, asked. C* C C I son. Dan Smith. William Ford; I Hall. Rollins I I A compliment has been paid to I veil of illusion. Her ornament was I S

Today at 10:30: am. the AAUM I and Miss Elizabeth Nagel. after which the the wise planting of the groundsto a three-strand string of pearls a '
Literature Group will meet at the I couple left on a be shown as there is evidenceof I gift of the bridegroom. She carried '

Unitarian Church parish house their articles for the Central Flor- trip to Havana. small damage from the recent an arm bouquet of white roses and

Mrs. W. K. Van Brunt will review' ida Exposition. :Miss Elizabeth Cuba. Both I i freeze and serious gardeners will I stephanotis.
"New Guinea Head Hunter" by'' Dickenson. CountyHome Demon- seniors at Rollins benefit from observation of the Mrs. Stachia Moore sister of the She doesn't believe in blemishes a
r
Carolyn Mytinger. Tickets for stration agent. will be present. College, Mr. and 1 planting. I bridegroom was the bride's only :
the annual AAUW luncheon meeting 000 I Mrs. Georgewm I| Tickets for the tour may be pur- I attendant. She wore a pink net
at the Orange Court Hotel on The Ladies Auxiliary of the Pa- reside at 1214 chased at The Bookery, Winter I, over taffeta gown and carried a Her beauty secret
,
'March 8 may be secured at this triarch Militant Canton 2. will : Latta St.. Park and transportation will be bouquet of yellow roses and Spring
meeting. meet in the Fraternal Bldg. at 8 furnished at the Woman's Club at J I flowers. Little Nancy Moore was
Orlando.
n n n pjn. today 2 pjn. Orange juice will be serv- flower girl and wore a green net
Chapter V of PEO will meet 1 000 I : ed in the McKean home.MacyDe gown.
Friday at 1:15: with Mn. George Seminole Encampment No. IS, -[ Own Staff Photo: McColIum. Harold Treadwell acted as best
Mace. 506 E. Concord. Mrs. R. Independent Order of Odd Fellows man for his brother and ushers SPOT-STIK
E Hinshaw will present Miss Clara: I included Malloy G Dann of Win-
will confer the Patriarchal Degree '
Wendel. librarian of the Albertson I today at 8 pin': at the Fraternal Southern College Music\ Pupils Lacy ter Garden and Vare Blaine. BY LYDIA O'LEARY
Public Library as speaker for the : Bldg. .All members are requested The bride's mother was attiredin V .' '
A jumbo party will I Held a gown of Navy blue and .
program. to be present. Visiting patriarchs Nuptials crepe When blemish appeer
follow the meeting. I Io are invited. 'Delight Members of Sorosis ; wore*white accessories and a corsage she conceals It Instantty.perfectly.safety.. a
ee o 000 Mrs. Martha Maxwell De Lacy. of American Beauty roses. with 004 touch of Spot.Stik.,

The Put Chief Club of the Pythian Election of officers for the com- I I A musical program embodying, arship pupils from the National I daughter of Mrs. H. W. Maxwell of The mother of the bridegroom Waterproof. convenient to carry. .\.z
Sisters will meet at the ing will feature the meetingof Calvary. Ga., and Fred E. Macy. chose a black crepe gown and I In five skin shades.125. ,... '
home of Mrs. L. W. West. 838 Ell- the year Winter Park-Orlando Phi high distinction was heard yester- ; Society of Arts and Letters, Wash- : son of Mrs. Ruth Harrison were i wore a corsage of American Beau- ,

wood St..Friday for a covered dish Mu Alumnae Assn. today at 8:15 : day on the Music Day program at ington Chapter. j I quietly married Friday at the office ty roses.A I
luncheon at 12.30: p.m. Guests pjn. at the home of Mrs. C. D. 'Sorosis when members of the I Miss Updike mezzo soprano of Judge Victor Hutchins. reception was held at the
should bring their own service. Walter. 705 Terrace Blvd. in Or- Eleanor Searle Whitney School of: displayed a voice of remarkable!I Mrs Macy has been employedby home of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin W.
c* r o i I Moore of Silver Spring for 40 rela-
lando. The nominating com- '' the Western Union Telegraph
; Music at Southern College. Lakeland and beauty and her rendi 2
The Colonlaltown Home Demon- 'I range tives and friends of the people.
mittee which will make its report Co. here for several years. Mr. .
_ stration Club win hold its regular includes the Mmes. Leland Chubb. : appeared as guest artists tion of Gluck's "Che Faro Senzi Macy operates the Radio Mart The couple: left on a wedding trip : .
meeting at the Colonialtown Wom G. Kenneth Scudder. and Ralph before a packed audience at the Euridice" brought forth rounds of Shop in Orlando. The couple will in the South and on returning !
an's Club today at 1:30 p.m. I' Holsclaw. Members are reminded I I clubhouse on Liberty St. applause. Her other two numbers, reside at the Satsuma Hotel. will reside in Takoma Park. Md. i
All members are urged to bring to bring their benefit tick- also done in effective style, were Mr. Treadwell is owner and operator j
ets and money to this meeting. This is the first time a Central "Care Selve" by Handel and "Der of the Treadwell Truck and MISS ANNA MAY RULE covermark representative -
Mrs. Walter Thomas will be in Florida audience has had an opportunity Tod unt das Marchen" by Schu- Mrs. Reppard Fetes Auto Sales Co. in Silver Spring.

The Whistling Oyster charge of the program. Co- to hear a program by bert. The second group on the .1/rs. Howard Arnold : will be here all week'to show you how to use
hostesses will be Mrs. Holsclaw these musicians three of whomare program included "Choral-Pre :, Mrs. Orr Compliments
and Mrs. W. H. Harold and the in lude" Back-Bauer; "Intermezzo.; Mrs. A. H. Reppard was hostessat i your "Spot-Stick."
the
scholarship pupils recently "
Mrs. LaneMrs.
meeting is to be held at the homeof E Major Op. 116 and "Rhapsody, a coffee at her home on Lake Ralph
Mrs. Harold's mother. instituted school of music B Mmor Op. 71," Brahms pre- I, Sue yesterday morning honoring Louis M. Orr entertained
n o founded by Eleanor Searle Whitney I sented by Robert Carter, concert her houseguest Mrs, Howard Arnold Monday with luncheon
a at the
The Concord P-TA will meet at I I noted philanthropist pianist who evidenced complete I' of LaGrange. Ga. Hotel Wyoming and Invited a !
mastery of the keyboard. As his I //U14
IJI 3 pjn. at the school. The executive Making their concert appear-I final selection he played "SonataNo. Mrs. Arnold has spent several group of friends to meet Mrs. Cosmetic Bar I

board will meet at 2 pjn.o ance here yesterday were Miss 1, A Minor." by William seasons here and Mrs. Reppard is Ralph Lane the houseguest of Mr. Street Floor .All _
oMUpah n i Elinor Updike, mezzo soprano; Parksgrant, a deeply stirring com- giving;!: g series of informal gather- and Mrs. Leslie Turner. '
Chapter 190. Order of Miss Peggy Schaaf, soprano; Lind- position as yet unpublished. ings in her honor. This weekend :I Mr. and Mrs. Lane arrived here j)
Eastern Star will meet at 8 pjn. sey Bergen. tenor; Robert Carter, I The highlight of the afternoonwas Mrs Reppard and her guest will last weekend from Cleveland O..
today at the Masonic Temple. pianist; and Dean Robert Gayler. reached when Lindsay Bergen, go to Brooksville to visit the former's where Mr. Lane is associated with
Really Fine Gifts x Initiation of new members will be accompanist. Miss Updike Miss a young tenor possessing both son-in-law and daughter, I NEA as artist for the comic strip
held at thine : Schaaf and Mr. Bergen are schol- good looks and a voice of amazing Mr. and Mrs. Travis Slayton. "Vic Flint"
Jensen Silver -)larghab Linen o I -- i i sweetness as well as depth.I

,Spode Wedgwood Castleton The Bnal BTith Auxiliary will ; Today's Pattern i i opened his group of songs with
hold a luncheon meeting today at
Swedish Crystal Mark Cross : the delightful "Una furtiva la-I
7 pjn. in the vestry rooms of the grim a" from LeElisir d'Amore by
Mary Chess Henri Bendel. -' synagogue. Mrs. Edna Giles Donizetti and the familiar "La

etc. Fuller will, speaks donna e mobile" from Rigoletto
n
by I Verdi. As an encore he sang
This Week's Highlights The Orlando Army Air Base
I I the well-known song "Believe Me
Women's Club Book Club meets : If All Those Endearing Young
Pure Silk Ties I today at 1:30 pjn. in the main' i. : Charms" thus completely winning ,
lounge of the Officers' Club. i ,. v ftii his audience. Miss Peggy Schaaf '

:New Leather Pattern Desk in Stemware Sets I The February oon meeting of the I I' the attractive fourth soprano artist on, the appeared programin as I ,"' J_: ,f :__-_,: r-5 :
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Brass Mall Boxes Orlando-Winter Park Alpha Chi the various selections which revealed ( .
I Omega Alumnae Club will be held : the fine texture of her, S
Bridge Lamps at 8 pm. Thursday at the home of voice as well as her poised stage
Mrs. M. C.' Van Horn. 812 W., appearance. These included "Sleep
II Accents
Colonial Dr. .Mrs.J. P. Roberts Why Dost Thou Leave Me. Sem- .Sp..i..g .
Closed on SaturdayAfternoon* : vice president will preside in the ele-Handel; "Se Florindo e Fe-I l
I absence of Mrs. H. Bascomb Mel- I'I'I M dele." Scarlatti; and "Alleluia"
rose...All local and visiting Alpha Mozart. ,
The Whistling Oyster label
Chi's are invited. Accompanying the soloists atj M .
adds distinction to yew I'M.On 000 I
I the piano was Dr. Robert Gayler i
patio reached from 120 N. The Executive Board of the dean of the music department at I Beautiful handbags keyed to fashion'snew y

Orange and 35 W. Washington. Junior League of Orlando will Southern College, who was also in I
meet today at 9:30a.m.: in Room charge of arranging the program.
1106. Angebilt Hotel. Mrs. Calvin West chairman of mood! A beautiful handbag the

the day. announced the program I .

I t Yardley & Southern Beauty VENETIAN BLINDSAll I I I Ilntroducing guests. Among the these distinguished were, Dr.I II touch that makes costume magic! a a. ,

Aluminum Venetian Blinds and Mrs. Ludd Spivey of Lakeland -

I will keep your home cooler. Dr. Spivey being president
] DAY DELIVERY IN MOST INSTALLATIONS II of Florida Southern College.
During the business meeting
STEVENS preceding the program Mrs. Pet-
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nouncing the arrival of a daughter. -
Well balanced In all the f LACE APRON Susan Elaine born Jan. 9 at k
Crochet one for the girl who Is
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vitamins carrots are an being married-she will appreciatethe Mrs. De Groff Is the former Freda .:'...
especially good source of ,. delicately crocheted rose-leaf -.
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motif,the closely frilled waistband. '
vitamin A and should be &,' I, ,
the white satin ribbon ties when Domestic reindeer of the "Santa r ;"'
included often in our menus. she first serves tea in her new Claus" type are related to the

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GovernmentOf Miss\ Wednesday, February 19, 1947 Wr1anb fUurntng t &rntfnrl Page 9 _
Fekanyf for and about ef/l1fJza1'7tMir1a I


Florida Mr. Saleeba I Spring StylesTo Realtors To Map j LAUNDRY 8 DRY CLEANING ;

Le fis/afiVe/ ; Program 1 Quick service If yon brine it by our office or phone for pickup

Study: TopicFlorida's Married Here wc&i() Be Shown The legislative committee of the i and delivery service. *"

Florida Assn. of Realtors will meet i IVANHOE LAUNDRY CITY CLEANERS
_executive government Miss Angeline Fekany daughter By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor Saturday morning at the Chamber I
Here I 1630 N; Orange-Ph. 5594 39 W. Colonial Dr.-Ph. 75S7
'
the function of the numerous of Mrs. Mary Fekany of this city. TodayThe I lof Commerce Bldg. to perfect a
boards, eommissfons'and: other I| became the bride of Thomas Sa- j; MRS. ADDIELYNNE KEMP PARKER who will be married to Lt. legislative program to be present-,
agencies and the authority of the l1 CoL Clifton B. Hinkel Friday at the Orlando Army Air Base YoweU-Drew-Ivey Co. is ed to the next session of the Legis- .. ..
leeba. son of Mr. and Mrs. George 'I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I S 1.1 I 1.I" 1. 1.'I SS I I I I I I I I S. t I e" .r'
Governor and his cabinet will be T, Sundayat Chapel is entertaining today at the Rose Marie Tea Room in Winter presenting its Sprhg Fashion 'lature.
discussed by the league of Women !i Saleeba of Jacksonville. St. Park with a luncheon ?r.I :? Show today at 3:30: pm. on the Scheduled to attend the meetingare ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OFThe I
Voters Study Oroup when it meets the Cathedral Church of :Al Werly.president; Col. Wal-
i honoring those who will be f.f"her
with Mrs. Thomas L. Rich Wednesday Luke. with the Very Rev. Melville I second floor cf the store and ter Collins Piper, past president
at 3 p.m. at the San Juan E. Johnson dean of the chum J wedding attendants. t, leading costume designers' latest ,,of the National Assn. of Realtors; ,,: GIF-T SHOP vi :
Hotel. officiating. A program of I Dining with Mrs. Ij/ _
*
creations will be modeled by the Paul Boardman chairman of the j I =
The complicated structure of i i music'was rendered by Arthur E. I Parker will be the Mmes. ?. Junior League of Orlando. legislative committee: William G. AT !
Florida's executive department j R. Jones organist. i|:Dudley Jerrels and Gard- Gardiner, attorney: Arthur Fo- 32 E. COLUMBIA AVE. OFF KUHL I
by
Mrs. Earth will be fash-
I The bride given in marriage ': Kenneth
will be compared with the national the Misses
ner Sharpe; garty. Miami; C. H. W. Read. Mi- !
-i\I municipal league, the Model State !I her brother. George FekanY. wore 'I II Elaine Rounds. Darleen ion commentator describing the ami Beach; Mrs. Ruth Ulrich. NEAR ORANGE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL :
4 Constitution which is being used I; a white satin gown made with I "'! Hours: 11:00: A. M. to (.00 P. M.
I and Millard and Ruth Enright.!: fashions for wear around the sun Jacksonville; Richard Barker.
as a basis for study by this group. lace yoke long pointed sleeves fell, .1 dial into starlight. Furnishing the Jacksonville; Stuart Bowman. i; GIFTS I
which a
fitted bodice from o o o
Everyone interested is invited to full skirt terminating in a long musical background\. for the fash- Clermont, and Sen. Walter Rose. ;. TEA ROOM Lunch 11:00-2:00 P. M. t
attend and participate in the train. Her full-length veil of illusion ALICE HILL daughter of ion parade will be a trio which includes Orlando. |: Dinner 5:00-8:00: P. M.
discussion. Those wishing to attend ,
was caught to her head with and Mrs. Ernest C. Dorothy Morton Parks, piano 'i ; HUGH BRUMMERT ANNE BRUMMERT
asked order Florida
are to a
Constitution from R. A. Gray.I a tiara of orange blossoms and Hill of this city entertained ; Katherine Courtney, cello; Walker. Wilson Green. William s: r.r.lr.111111111111SSS.S.e11111111r.r/r11611.h1..a't -
Secretary of State. Tallahassee. she wore a string ot pearls. White members of the Delta and Pearl Mauk. violin. Taylor Jr.. Robert L. Scott, Page
Fla. 1 I roses centered with an orchid and Zeta sorority and their I The models will be the Mmes. Bussells and Robert I* Ferran. I

1, showered with white tuberoses and dates at a wiener roast at Campbell Thornal. Asher Peter, I." ,..............,..... C ,It
ribbon fashioned her bouquet. her home here Saturday..Miss Fred Tegder. Harold S. Knowles I PHONE 2.4474 : ,
Victoria Falls on the Zambesi of Mrs. Mike N. B. Broward r At The
i The matron honor 3d, Waldo R. Hills, ;
Hill, a student at '
River are wider than Niagara and ,
Solomon sister of the bride, chosea William Slemons 2d. Richard P. t
I Southern College in Lake-
more than twice as high.Ann's of lime green net fashioned -
gown
with a fitted bodice, sweetheart land, had invited a large : \". :
-
neckline and full skirt. She wore I! group from Southern and ., WALKOVERSHOP.I i
AT WINTER
Style ShoppeWOMEN'S long white gloves, and carried a they came up by special PARK : .- t : ..I2J:
M and 314 No. ... : :
park Ave.i
The .1 It .
route to the South-
bouquet of yellow roses. i bus en f'Handkerchiefs .
OU+ MOTTO! APPAREL bridesmaids the Misses Louise ern-S t e t son basketball One Block North .t tin Pwtoffic : m Cc.Ll GROVES !:;.J /\
Pair ke" Fekany Alice Saleeba. Isabelle MRS..ADDIELYNNE KEMP PARKERand V ; tF
and Friondly s.nr game in DeLand. Miss Hill | (,
== 35: N. Blossom Trail ,
Adequate Fekany and Dolores Fekany. wore fetes wedding attendants. i Orange
Parking Space Katherine Hoequist of }t
C7. N. Oracle Ph. 245333r gowns in pastel shades of mar- I Orlando are on the cheer-leading group at Southern College this 4 BARllEl] : Orlando Florida i :DDY Sr ( \
quisette, and had long white gloves II\ 4

crowns.and Juliette Their caps bouquets with carnation were of !,I: year. ( Cs r- \<

pink carnations and iris.The little \11EEKEND GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brink were Mrs J friends back home with a boas
tta. a tti 4P"ane I'
flower girl Shirley Serros of St. ; If Winnie Doyle find Mrs. Betty Myer of Buffalo N. Y. Mr. f or basket. Come in and see It : .. e 4 RED II
Petersburg, wore a white organdy and Mrs. Ernest C. Hill have as their houseguests Mrs. Hill's brother- !: 525 I IiMonolr.mIDI 0, packed. I ,
BROWN SHEETING dress and carried a basket of rose in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Demeritt, of Merrimac Mass. t From The t S.SD
tdr
petals. I. .Miss Mary Muller who has been the houseguest of Dr. and Mrs. i MADEIRA ISLANDS ; : BLUE MOON BRAND : '4 01 ft
Best for the bridegroomwas
Regular: Louis man Saleeba and ushers included Kenneth Steady, of Princeton Ave.. for the past three weeks, left yesterday 4 Fine Embroideries / WISCONSIN'S FINEST 0 I
n
Fred Hage Mike Saleeba. I by plane to return to her home in Portsmouth N. H. On Linen and Organdy ; CHEESE 10 uI
Eddie Melham and Joseph Fekany. Lt. CoL and Mrs. J. F. Rand of Alabama, Dr. Winter Park, have as | A I In following varieties I. (-J "
Banquet Sets J
29C their housesuests for several weeks his sister Miss Elizabeth Rand \ II
yd. Following the reception at the I p Tea Sets I IMPORTED STYLE SWISS : I I
American Legion Home, the cou- i of Boston, and Mrs. H. C. Black of Melrose Mass.. a friend of Mrs. I Cocktail Napkins r. !I t GOt.D-N-RICH s I'':; I'I
ple left on a wedding trip to MI- ; Rand. Miss Evelyn Wagner of Norwood. Ohio, is here for a visit Bridge Sets i i 0 BLUE IN BULK I :.3, I .;
ami, after which they will return with her cousin, Mrs. William Cahill, of 410 Piedmont St. / i" Guest Towels 7 I BLUE IN: %-LB. PKGS. : III
here to make their home. SWISS AMERICAN: ,
I
000 Finger Bowl Doilies
10.000 Yards i J COLORED AMERICAN I .'
Church Supper fIeld ATTRACTIVE SHIRLEY BRINK, niece of Mr. and Mr$' Charles | ?t We Gift Wrap *1I I SWISS GRURYERE : ltnt( ; ;

DRESS FABRICSValues and a model at the Barbizon Schoo..'.f Modeling :'I > Lookers Welcome We may tempt, |I'0 HOME PACS ,

At Goss MemorialAbout I in New York City was entertained by the famous,.F.ench singer, I but never urge to buy. i I I 1 OTHER VARIETIES' AVAILABLE : )
ment gathered in the Jean Sablon.. on the "Queen For A Day" radio program'Friday. Sablon f- .Petoskey. Michigan, in the_ Summer_ *1I ,'' SHORTLY.AIRCONDITIONING. ,
I IL* fe-F _tak I I-----------------
to 1.98) yd. Sunday School room of Goss Mem- selected Miss Bring as his favorite Barbizon model Mrs. Beatrice -- -- ---: --. --jr ------------------------ We Repeat .

Hundreds of Patterns to orial Methodist Church on Mon- Arvin of DeLand, formerly of Orlando, is recovering after ,under- f"".
Choose from day evening to enjoy a supper going surgery at the Orange Memorial Hospital . Work has "DOVES" are More Than Just a Slipper! 1
served by the ladies of the Wom-II been received here of the birth of a baby daughter Anita Davis, bornto
REDUCED an's Society of Christian! Service. Mr. and Mrs. CJayton J. Davis of Atlanta, at the Crawford-Long
TOt 00 "Brotherhood" was the theme Hospital Feb. 4, by the new arrival's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. sa
$1 j "DOVES" are hand-lasted have cushioned i,
YD. for the evening and guest speak J Clyde.Davis. The mother is the former Norma Rogers of Monroe Ga.
ers were Dr. Paul Fletcher dis- o o o BYCHRYSLER leather
soles, arches of steel, and firm
trict superintendent of the Or- ATTENDING THE opera The Barber of Seville" which I! r .
1,000: Yards lando District: and W. B. Rogers*1 I THOSE brought here March 7 by the 40 and 8 Society of the AIRTEMPYEARAROUND I ;:: molded counters that hug your heels.

District charge lay leader. i I American Legion, will be afforded the opportunity of hearnig again I
UPHOLSTERYTAPESTRY .. Opportunity was given for a Lloyd Hairs, who "DOVES" have all the intrinsic qualities of g gthe
number of those present to express -
their interest in a Methodist sang Alcindoraand finest walking shoe-yet are feather
Benoit in
Men's Brotherhood in Goss Mem- AIR CONDITIONINGWARM
DRAPERY FABRICS orial Church. It was unanimously "La B o hem e" weight. 8

CRETONNES decided to organize at once .?, here in January. WINTERS-COOL SUMMERS
and a nominations committee was r, This time Harris,

% OFF selected to to be prepare voted on a at slate a meetingto of officers '' brilliant can bass Ameri-buffo, 'WALK OVER SHOP
25
Regular Prices tor.Tentative be held at the call of the pas-I t will part of have crusty the old H. A. Daugherty & Co. [Orlando Boot Shop J

plans were made to Dr. Bartolo, andj
hold meetings once a month. No- he is shown hereas Robinson at Bumby Phone 2-2456 64 N. Orange Ave. Beacham Theater

CHENILLEBED tice of the next meeting will be he will appearin ORLANDO. FLORIDA
given through the Church BUlle- -j this role.
SPREADS tin and in the press. Also in the Mi-

j ami Opera Guild
In the early 19th Century, air-
--
of the
tight sealing of bottles and jars production
'h Ivy Dale Tito Schipa will be
was effected by use of a cement opera
I
made of cheese and powdered lime, nx.xa-sae petite and lovely
hardened fast and resisted I Grace Panvini. ANNOUNCEMENT
Regular Price water and heat.HOME. "' who is considered
K >* f : 5l one of the bestcoloratura

sopranos
MOVIES } of today.

Charlie MorganInc. News, Sports(mm. -Comics.16 mm.Adventure a' Miss Panvini will In Order to Better Serve All of Central Florida
offer her delineation

,..I., 53 W. Church. St. Helm's Camera Shop : of Rosina of the role in We Wish to Announce the Opening of a New and Modernized

1825 Edgewater Drive *
"The Barber o
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': ry : star Seville.The of" young Radii Bedding and Manufacturing Plant in Greater Orlando
: '
t-i:,.,, :i"I City Music

I MernildeaOlt I <- 1- "Madam reYx HButall't I .

Lloyd Harris Grace Panvini terfly," Ivy Dale

will be starred as Bertha. Miss Dale was formerly with the San Carlo

? Opera Co.
One of the most outstanding principal singers Is Tito Schipa,
world-renowned tenor, who\ will sing County Alma in "The Barber of
X -
Seville. We Are Exclusive Manufacturersof
Musk lovers all over Central Florida are looking forward to
this musical highlight, and this time the Opera Committee of the 40 I
.and 8 Society is doing everything possible to make the performance
'
accessible for all who wish\ to attend. Until Feb. 28 the society will the -
absorb the excise tax on $I, $2 and $3 tickets.
o o oMR.

From t the kitchens \ AND MRS.HENRY KUBIC were in St. Petersburg for the week-

end to attend an antique show. Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. Herbert

Ingley and son Skipper, of Arlington Va.. will arrive here Fridayto '' .y''"
of Blue Plate visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ingley. They will also spend "ROYALCOMFORT" Box Springs ?= "-

some time with her mother Mrs. Beatrice Arvin. in DeLand. Mrs.

'Jj Foods I Ingley is the former Beatrice Arvin. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wood
d : have as their houseguest Mrs. Thomas Yates of Jackson Miss. Mr. Bahama BedsHollywood
and Mrs. Peter Clive left yesterday to return to New York City aftera
visit here 'With Mrs. Olive's mother. Mrs. Grace Phillips Johnson. '
," Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tiedtke left yesterday for a visit in Miami. Beds !
'; Mrs. Lawrence Smith of Chicago and Mrs. Robert Armstrong of Mil-
/
Ii-
'">;'. ft, waukee. Wis. are here to visit their brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
/ ; Mattresses
,. '' and Mrs. H. M. Freundlich. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Newald have as Innerspring
\:"") >r, .<.., their guests Mr. and Mrs. Louis Frank of Long Island N. Y. Mrs. .
-.;;; 111r O.M. Roberts of Athens Ga., and Mrs. J. G. Wannamaker of Orange- -<

Salad burg S. C. left yesterday to return to their homes after a visit herewith
Gala Winter I Mr. and Mrs. Earle Dukes. Mrs. Patten Watson has returnedto
I *cup finely minced pickled beets her home in Savannah, Ga.. after a visit here with her niece. Mrs.A. .
**
6 hard-boiled egg W. Roberts and Mr. Roberts. '
1 cup chopped celery I o o o

,1 1 Salt clip Blue Shredded PUte Mayonnaise Lettuce pEGGY HEASLEY. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Paul W. Heasley of 1

of lettUce and celery, .nd ult to Belle Isle, and a Junior at Stephens College. Mo.. has been formerly
Arnttgs Stir sliced minced eggs beets on bed into '-ODnaiM. A.man amount of 1 1Mc initiated Into the Stephens Recreation Assn. Membership in the We Are Continuing Our Bedding Rebuilding Service"
plate
ta.te. Blue
color.(
1I I msy be adde4 if you wish brichter inI association is based on active participation in campus sports and
juice choice
beet and other 1I
with tine salad oil the is to '
made Blu purpose encourage recreational activities on the campus in
Maypnnais4rls k a is and tint whipped for jI.YOr.till ifi) Top creamy-smooth.salad with beet- I addition to a physical fitness program in all residence halls. ; We Will Have a Complete Stock of Beds, Springs, Cotton Mattresses,
Mayonnaise C) o o
I P 4- Double Deck Bunk Beds Cots Lounges and Whatever You May
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snayonnaiaSe" Fill hal"ed white of hard-boiled lIR.ND]\ MRS. W. E. HOUSER of Memphis. Tenn spent the week-
New idea for salad prnisb>ses.e..s: on for green salad. J \ Mr. and Mrs. George F. Bennett of 711 Ridge wood Ave. require in BEDDING and FURNITURE. '
eggs with beet-maywtas (I. Mrs. Charlie Wadsworth has returned from Miami where she

L >s-- visited Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Glenn. Mrs. Glenn is the former Ellen I CALL US FOR SERVICE ANY DAY THIS WEEK BUT BE SURE TO VISIT
Upham of this city. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Anderson of Tottenville.
N. Y. are guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Everett:. .Mr. and Mrs. J C. I OUR ORLANDO LOCATION.
NEW
Made by the Wesson Oil People- IIUE has Haley have as their guests Mrs. W. W. Boxley of Roanoke.. Va.. who -
PlA1E spent several Winters here. i
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just as you'd make it at homeBlue /

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IIIINNlISI;;; I -.Jr: 53.Get I I "LEADING BEDDING MANUFACTURERS SINCE 1920"

MayonnaiseBLUE Our riflaal -DesiiB .f the MoatV tree .. wur I NEW ORLANDO LOCATION 1111 N. ORLANDO AVE.
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Quantity ON SANFORD-ORLANDO: ROAD JUST SOUTH OF THE UNDERPASS

Price Litt Don-Dee Shellcraft Industries I" PHONE WINTER PARK 958-W P. O. BOX 787 ORLANDO, FLORIDA

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10 Srlattiin fHarttfitg dnttinrl Wednesday, February 19, 1947 I! Want A Top-Notch Salesmanin INGRAM & INGRAM 20ROPS-OUJCRWOWR '
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Your Store? OPTOMETRISTS II I ent t neI= tat STUFFY NOSES
; SPEAKS WEDNESDAY Cobb Will Address MEAD'S I I i k.*. Pot two drop Penetro Nora
May be Had by Canint Us successors e. : Drop in each nostril at bedtime
r F> Dr. JohnL.. Benson, missionary i Skop Addresses CofC SecretariesRep. Let Cf Show. Too the Versatile II Nights Sundays Holidays 8381 11 MOVES MERCHANDISEJanuary breathe easier. Cold
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COLUMBUS SHOW CASES clogged passages clear
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.4th IN N. AT -
China for many years and I SI-ADE GOTH SHOW Casa Orange. P .e S3S4 Average 42.485 I restful deep is inylted.Use
Lutheran famine relief agent to i Tyn Cobb Jr. will speakon lli j1 St. TeL 1c.1 I I "Richest. Circulation: to Oar History"RADIO only aa directed. Comes in
the consolidation of city and 3 generous; sizes. DemandPENETRO
China during World War n. win l Club I 1
Exchange county governments at the an- r. -j ff- jefferwsCoatrarters NOSE
nual meeting here Feb. 26 of the A.B.c.ALUMINUM I i DROPS
Central Florida Council of Cham- i I
..BACKACHE I "If people were as nice outsideof bers of Commerce Secretaries. Sec. CASEMENT r t
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a church or synagogue as they H. Stuart Johnston of the Orange SASHIN ElL un !
: LEG PAINS MAY are Inside it would be a vastly %i I Ix yesterday.The County. chamber reported I I HOME INSULATION STOCK CO.I I REPAIR SERVICESOUTHERN CNwNLINCOLN'

different world" Rabbi Morris A. MrrchaaU MUSIC
Orange County group will Phone 70SHI See Oar Fixture DisplayMI43 I
&BE DANGER SIGN stop of the Congregation Ohev be host to the meeting, which will I Oraate Are. Wlater Park N. Mills St. Phos. MJU I Z33 N. Grace TeL SC71
Shalom, told members of the Exchange open 1 r. 1LLast
with breakfast meeting at
open a
Of Tired Kidneys Club yesterday in discussing 9 10:30: ajn. and end with a tour of GOT A CHEST COLD?
of Brother- G
If ttekaelM ud be p.eaar..kfesve. the "Ideals
...........tirt.a.pl.iswd.a.tbi.g.beet hood." I the Central Florida Exposition. AUTO SEAT COVERS Open Monday EreningsWARREN'S e Time Today
tbs.Natue any"bewania you thatoor brotherhood William J. Cozens Jr. of New 4
kilos*seed _tiDL Pointing out that Smyrna Beach president of the Complete Stock Caesar and Cleopatra
TheBjdnersarcNatnre'schMfwayoftakiitKex should be practiced in everydaylife Antiphloqistine N"Falcon's
ecu acid and pcoomoa mate out at tile as well as in religious activities council will preside at the busi- II We Install Them ALSO
blood. They help maft people paas about* ness session during which 1947 officers sfm* Alabi"
yiBt %4n\y Rabbi Skop said. "For every t 1? will be elected and plans for ED MAYO j Winter Park Phone 68 THE MOIST HEATPOULTICE
If the It wOtf at kidney tabes sad fitters man who believes sincerely in the
eWt wwk-0.POMOMU waste cutter stays ideals of brotherhood you find AFTER 40 YEARS OF WORK I the year formulated. 101 N. Main TeL 9783 I
in the blood TMMpoiMu auy aarttum.sI Tomorrow
ac.bft.rtIftaatie p.ia..trs paiaa.Io.t 100 who don't believe it and who during which she won world-wide CCT TUBE OR CAN "Ga,. Blades
yep ud ncrT.setting up uishtr.wei isg.pa6a.r join organizations that betray it." HOW AT YOUR DRUGGIST
ttad.rtb.ls: + b..daehr jain recognition for pioneering new Gleason & BrooksAuto INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU CUT Service Shoe Shop I and
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of the
to the
Referring name
aaA Fee.amt.rasetyp.srwabaart- 'methods for treating infantile 1- "Diary of a
club, he said exchange is funda- :
Ssasdbo.iag.eoseta.a.bostbese0mwtbutg i paralysis. Sister Elizabeth Kenny UpholsteringSpecial SHOE DYING Chamber
wrong vith yoor kids or bladder. HE FIREFLY"Musical
Domt wait Ask TOOT dranvt for Do..'* | [above! will retire. Lack of funds This Week VlC % Guaranteed Work JOt..''d-
Mis..stimulant diuretic.wed......tv.b speak on his experiences at St. I, to carry on her work and the need JEEP TOPS v.: 00 DOT J CASs 50
COLORS Comedyby
by BuUions for ewer" year Dou'kanpy Paul's Lutheran Church 8 for rest moved the famous Aus- rw.nom. .
relief and wffl hd the.U BUM rf pjn. a Black or Tan ToppingSeats I
tirtiiiTtnhf flinh eat Da.oaouswast.t.ia Wednesday the Rev. O. E. Liden tralian nurse to the decision. I Tows 1206 E. Colonial Dri 3 I
tbo blood.Bena-ai-illa. announced I yesterday. I Rebuilt and Recovered I A..at Rudolf Frimli Warrants a Ride ol IN Miles.
I
son zeta at Miene 2-1SS2
---- MoraiBf Semtiael
: mental to human life but that I A HOME-TOWN TRANSACTION! i Orlando Senior High School
most acts of exchange, as applied DDT ProvincetcwnPlayers
III TIER to the business and commercial = Where Distriminaliatj People Go s"sAIOUN' EXTERMINATE: THOSE TERMITES Feb. 18th and 19th
I world were for profit. :
"One thing about exchange S Ants. Roaches etc. 8 P. M.

i that Is important to remember ) BOYTE EXTERMINATING CO. Students 60c Adults 90c Casselberry. Route 17
P.I. is that exchange of an act of Z24 S. Main St. Tel. 3532 Tax included
human life for a brother without I Orla.do Tickets: at Russell's Furniture store Reginald and Rita GoodeCarl
\j expecting something In re- COCKT 151 N. Orange Ave. Z:3 to SJ daily
THE BUCCANEERS I I turn involves a lot of character OM .Oasd.aiW.r. Mlway b.cw.s tsjJasd..M Altanwnte-.... W. .. 1T*>R KrsseL Sue French. Carol Swiss
I and that is the meaning of I
| brotherhood" he said. I Want a clean waterfront? in the Hilarious Comedy

"Everything we do in human life LAKE EOLA HOTEL DINING ROOMN. I Aquatic growth removed from 1

requires some return, and yet EOLA DRIVE AT ROBINSON I any body of water. 1 "THE PATSY"
great religious leaders say the By Barry Connor
1 greatest happiness that can come WEEKDAY DINNERS FROM $1.10 BRUCE THOMPSON

BrJC N VA c to human beings is doing some- Sunday Dinner $1.50 Also a la carte Phone 1.<<401 423<< S. Orange An. TONIGHT TONIGHT THRU SATURDAYat
0 osIrH11i I thing for somebody else without ,.. OrlandoIIAPEITI
I .r reservations for Lnncheon Parties I
I some ulterior motive. This proves Closed MondaysMake Pboie 1-411 "THE BIG SHOW OFF" 8:15: P.M.

>c3 I the element of service that is .so Arthur Lake .. Dale Evans Price 1.00 Reserved $1.23
ya4 important.
"HALF HOCK: CARTOON'S"
kt 7111 I Inducted into the ExchangeClub !i U II tW, n n b hlyrj/ ILL n i pig alt p6l1 Reservations
.u..... by s as new members were Ed First Show C:4S P.M.
L THE FIVE HUNDRED CHASE"For I Complete Show From It P. 1. Winter Park SZT-J
Haley and R. W. Callis. FOR SPAGHETTI

; r.. '3enAtlt. the Discriminating Served S to 9 P M.-Closed Monday ---

Business Men STEAKS CHOICE DINNERS CHICKEN On NEW Sanford LOCATION Sborl-Cut DANCING TONIGHT
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1029 Orlando Ave. Winter Park I
NMS BATlliJ1 To Conduct ProgramThe From $1.25 AT

m Reservations Winter Park 27 500 Chase. Winter Park LAKESIDE PARK

; Day of noon Prayer.hour Feb.of 21,the sponsoredby World Sundays 1Z:3-Z; tDairy except Uen.| 51 p.m. SM P.M. .. 12 P.M.
$1li1! lli IfrlJilill.ll'ffgCTin' eiii!
the United Council of Church KNOWLTON'S LAKESIDE ORCHESTRA
Women will be conducted by the Ztt Miles South ol Orlando o. Old Dixie Highway

J MUNICIPAL AIRPOR2 PHONE 112I OR YOUR TRAVEL AGENT Christian Business Men's Commiti -
s J i tee Chm. Don Mott said yester- THE SUMMER SET HOUSEChoice BESSER'SDELICATESSENRESTACRANT
day.Four I I : -::; =:-:::: .

-.J I members of the committee, Steaks Sea Foods Chicken Meats and Poultry Dally
Alex E. Young Louis Christensen I 11J w. Church. : St. TeL Z-2228
I H. R. Torrance and A. P. Swaid- Real Breakfasts a Specialty Curb Service t 'I FLAMINGO CLUB t

mark. will have charge of 15- Tasty Sandwiches, Shrimp and Chicken Baskets
minute periods from noon to 1 $1 I Madam North SI I ; : PRESENTS ;
pjn. in the Yowell classroom of 525 South Orlando Ave. Phone W. P. 9191-R ': ; A NEW SHOW ,

the First Presbyterian Church. Rt. 17-92 KILLARNEY KORNER Winter Park Palmist and Psychic 4
Jimmy Haskins. director of Orlan- Reader. If you are I JOEY DEAN-Rhythm"and Taps
Onen 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Mldnijht Closed Wednesday It
do Youth for Christ, will assist sick worried in '
or .
with the music during the entire y trouble from any I'I''I LEE HIGNEY-Song Bird of South

hour. r" reason, consult I MARCHELLA-Danseuse Supreme .
I I Orlando's observance of this Madam North.You've i
special day will begin at 10 ajn. seen the rest, I LILLIAN HAVER-Poetry in Motion

i and conclude at 4 pjn. CLUB CABANACentral I now Located see the in best.Pullman House in I AND "


4r Small Farms SoughtFor I trailer Station at just Bob's outside Amoco of Orlando Gas JAY MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA

t.n Sale Florida's Newest and Largest Night Club city limits, across from OrlandoAir it. J.J.I
Vets
to .
j Shows Nightly-9-11-1 Dinner Served From C P.M. to A.M.CHICKEN
t MILES NORTH OF ORLANDO CITY LIMITS: IU. S. 411] Base on Cheney Hi-Way,
1 I The local straight out E. Colonial Dr. I
office of the Farmers 1.I
AND STEAK DINNERS OUR SPECIALTY
Home Administration is seeking STEAKS CHICKEN SEAFOODMUSIC Look for the hand sign. *

small farms in Central Florida for TAKE JAMAJO BUS r. Phone 391 COVER CHARGE SIc SATURDAY 75e Close* j

sale to veterans and other applicants BY NO COVER CHARGE Only Palmist Located at I Reservations NO COVER CHARGE BEFORE 9 PJVI. Sundays J
&hZ for FHA loans George D. I Bob' Station Sf
; Livingston, EDDIE KING ;: ;:; =. 2*- e>j s -nS 2f S
yesterday. county supervisor said Except Saturday Night I

I The FHA Is not interested In EVERY NIGHT CLOSED SUNDAY

TO HAVANA CUBATHE Actual sales of farm lands, but DANCE GET RESERVATIONS NOW
'will act as a clearing agency for

S. S. FLORIDA. one el America's finest luxury liners. purchases by applicants for the -Gary 3974<< Orange
DUCK INN
Is sailing agaUl Learing Miami you can BOW enjoy a Government loans. Livingston em- Starllnfs Blossom Trail "MUSIC SOUTHERNERS LOVE"Presenting I
delightful dinner and a gloriou evening ol entertainment phasized. We serve the same delicious foods from noon till 6 thai
aboard ahip. arriving next morning in romantic Havana. Small farm tracts of 20 to 40 you get during the evening.

acres are In demand in practically French IN IN
$00 <3 "FathaTT "
BOUND TRIP FARE including all sections of Drang Lake Bre- Fried JUMBO SHRIMP $1.25 EARL HINES
meal and berth ...
at
I ..x sa. only Hu Ta t vard. Seminole Osceola and Vol- PERSONPhone PERSON

rr- MONDAYS. LY. Miami 7 P.M. UL HAVANA TUES..'JLM. usia The Counties local ,farmers he said.home loan NATIONALLY FAMOUS AND HIS 22-PIECE ORCHESTRA

WEDNESDAYS LY. Miami 7 P.M. AH HAVANA THURS.JLH. office has completed loans totalIng FeaturingEarl "
$32,000 to veterans and other Hines at Piano, "Scoops" Carry Saxophone, Deloris Parker and Essex Scott Vocalists
FRIDAYS. IT. Miami I 7 P.M. AR. HAVANA SAT ..i A.M. farmers in this section.
SATURDAY FEB. 22 Phone
RETURN SAIUNGS u> Tweswwrs* SUN. 7.00 p ,
Ar = v/fof ftl.. MQH, f30 m.:, Ormazd Grotto To 4466 I 5568
SEE YODl TIAVn. AOENTN iM r. t>ww. *r iaui>e et Municipal Hold Ladies Table Reservations Table Reservations
10 PM N*. t U Miau. T.Upk M7Wli *r at (01 11..14. N.ti.ul Night ,
1. l. kalE llIiIdIq.Ickae-viu L Fl.rid. T.i.pk_.2U1.. Ormazd Grotto will hold its first Ticket, $1.M Tax .... ea sale at San Jana
ladies night of the year at the Limited To I COLISEUM L I I A McElroy Pharmacies. Associated. Store.
; Rexall ta Winter Park Mnslc Box In
.T,:loti PCNINSULARATST : .,. OCCIDCNTALCOMPANY..... There Masonic will Temple be entertainment Friday at 7 pm.for Avoid Overcrowding Sanford

.CAMS-HIP: \ young and old. All visiting Grotto -
members are Invited

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CAIL Dangerous Passage wQeats ears,
Free Acts Water Sports THE RAZOR EDGE" _,,, w-

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PricesSuffer Report --
$:: THEY 3USTTDLOMS N. FO iI > EGAD!

QUAaAMTIslES O9E4 PLC.EG. J&'vEf.'ypu Eggs and Poultry
fl4
FELLOW PENNEO UP By InvestmentFirm CE11TRACPRIDPSVhGto47l4oAPh. Daily Citrus Auctions

INUATESTWE rat HERE SO JACKSOrrYTULS un These etc and Irvo
CArl VDUR
LIFT
OHAitae poultry uotaUona are Jobber averageselling
Decline BEARDS OUT OPjOoR CASSIS LOMG.T.FEEU HereAmerican Flerid. Std Box** T.... .
0PE14-4.440 LiiEA LIKE St. lasso WUebOInd.. RI?. C&1U. 6/5 B.Isa's. prices.Florida
LAPS ArID
nearby fresh etc: Florida or

BEA-r cr1 .' BR.EP.D EU6SIAP3rI4E business and Industrial CITY-Mare* Mn Can ".. Car A* Car Av Car A. Car ,*- US trade) minimum welchta. per casE35mb.
OW.JONU CLOSING AVZKAaeS pLODit.3&) ti1Tf: OXJMTOFMONT& management Is not doing effective New York City flower) ______ __ ___ 2. 3 IS 15 3 n 1I 5 39. 3 2.33Boato. ..
52 Ib* extra larve 48 lba. arts
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2 4 59
NOW ___ 1 4 II
YOaK (UPStack ) (lower) n
work in educating its own Pittsburgh *: Oaoa Huh; Law Cloo NotCK.M i I I' minimum welht per dozen a* show below
___ T. 54b 1 2.45
personnel the economic founda- Chlcato easier) ___n____ 5 309 u .
I lids 84 182.M 181-M 181.M aff 1.27 St. LouisDetroit _________ -- -.-- -- --- 4 423 -- --
n All
34 Malta 11.34 V-.TC tl-M: 81.44 aH S-B I| tions that underlie the American (steadv) 5 530 I i sale to retailers.
.. way of life. Merrill Lynch. Pierce Baltimore utron-)::::=::::: -- = Ift I 4.1 1 6 ci 371Totals Etc market about steady oa Florida
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al "Is a7.3& n. IYoU IY.D L i nearby whItes
.. __ 36 372 17 398 36 508 S 2 43 i iI
.8 Sfka M..i MUU -C43 ..... affUl .I Fenner & Beane. national invest- Br BARNEY IAR.NES ,I Market term-: ah.her.I.r' 'n' e h.Irons. I Net Wt. C1tr. Mkt.
Grade A Per Dot Per DmLane
I...dI CISIS. Nut cia. ment firm. warns in Its 7th an- GIlAPil.uITSeecIMI I I ._______u___ 24 o* .&.

4. .*.-*' '-'rf- >,...: '_l4.&-ff4a nual report made public yester- THE QUESTION I ( Florida lad Kr*. Medium _________________u 21 oa 44
I Small .___.__ ___ .____ 18 et 41
18 let RaUa _112171s ua 8..7 day by James B. Dyer Jr., resident Should the State liquor and Std. Boxes Wlrebd. Boxes Extra larve -.- .. .-- 28 os ap II"Produ..r.

3i d Han* ________ JT8. a.l* partner. Car Av. Can Av Car Av sate to wholesalers seneraLy
18 Utll -__ *7.$ aff*:*! j beer laws that New York City flower) hh u____ __ __ ___ 1 204 2 3.52 two cent I... dozen
.I. in** ____________._ _iM7iaffaai C I _. ;:1r: "Too few organizations have be tightened so Chirac __hn________________ ______ __ h _n8t. I Producer sale per direct to consumer
mJ Transact)... In stocks ..**d) in averaae* given their workers a tangible 'I minors could be barred altogether Lout -_____-__---_________ ________ ___ -_ --_ -- u_ Grade A Per Dov In carton*
:;.,,fVevtoea'ay-IndurtrUls." Tt. OOt rails, asWth > Detroit __...' __ _n___________ ________ ___ h'_ Large .__ _________ _.24es '0
utall' ea" 87, 00. total( 172A2O. stake In the success of the business from places where Intoxicants Baltimore (strong) ________________ ________ __ ___ few 3 14 1 3.39 Medium -________u_____ 21 44
I I ____ _____ _____... ____.___ 1 2.04 3 3.11 n oa
or made them feel individually Total __.__ -- --- Small ._______________ 18 o* ,4*
( MA8KET AT A GLANCE Important.Cbarln E. are sold? O..PEFIIUIT Extra Ian _______...____ 28 oa BP ISlIIa.UtF.
MCW YORE AP) i I (Seedless. .
r STOCKS: Mix-. ; Mlected. IMUO*. ... : Merrill directing partner states THE ANSWERS CITY-Mark** Term ,,,4. Kjv. T....* per pound PRODUCERS:
.......... 1 $td. Bxea Wlrebd Box.. Bo. ..
in a signed foreword. "With the I Bale to retaIlers !Sale! to Cnsnr'nscgI.ive
6 3 01 13 4 61 11 9 74
ONOS' Quiet p.4isa.s furrow. New York City newer)
COTTON Irrvouton __ _......".. present experitnce of Englandand Warren Sullivan furniture dealer. Chic**oSi ----_--- -_-::=::::=::::= -- --- .. -- _-- 6 224 Florida raised it Dres Dra a Live A Dread DrayPrier

report ....4..* enarket.CHICAQO. France before it is tragic Winter Park. 'Yes law LOuIS u._ __.__..-_.uu.u___ ? u_ __ -- __ ... 3 1.64 2-3 lbs -33 .52 -.40 60Broflrrs
\\I L --1/zi us. I the Detroit _____u_______-_____ .. ___ __. 3 22 undera
WM A T, fttr.n*. lit' .ff..4nga.COaN : that business in America has should be tight- Baltlnore tatron" nnunn______ -_ ___ 1 3 43 I 331 lbs .35.52 40 .(WRen >
_ay| CCC aw-sontly out af accomplished so little in this Total u ...u_.- .__________ -- --- 1 2,8 13 461 26 2.52 bevy bleeds St 48 39 .!IS
.- I ened and enforced -
OAT: l..ftsdt- respect" Hens ll.ht breeds 24 41 Jl :47
W.akt _rUt. bar minors I
Old
j to ranter .11.30 24 3S
HOGS* :$25.50.CATTLII Generally.JU-S4. cents ...wSrIto. u& Pollowing the firm's policy of from beer and ., Sanford Citrus Report \ New York dressed (feather Off and bed'
Fryer and broilers to retailers 42 ,
to
Steady U 25 aont* Ititl..kr | II MLVSEUvVW ) / full financial disclosure the an- liquor establish- CAM LOT SHIPMENTS' RCPORTCD FOR sumers .49. : too

ana active,, tea laM .. lowcrioicaloo rI I Il \ COMES TO LicE* nual report gives a detailed breakI I I The following prices I' THE .U S. FOR MONDAY' Sale to wholesaler by producer* tea
irarlu>t,, tP.L:,( .. .l.. .. .=:;:: down of Merrill Lynch's 1946 ments. These Dealers the Fla'! car can, car cars total eraII. two cents per pound lower for live
operations. the on
places are poor ....., 4 Commodity tetali Cal.,... La T**. God weubt
NEW YORK rAP The stock The report discloses a 30 Farmers' Market for Orancrs ,, II 205 I 37 25O : -
for
market yesterday had the benefit .1 per cent increase in the number I environment to Truckers and Grapefruit I I I. I 10! 155 165 DUN AND 'INADSTNEET
,I ..: : I I NEW YORK )
minors and may Mixed ritrtu I 2I| | I 22 27 tP Dun antI Br.drfreef"
of another siUbl.-.bateh of favor- of accounts handled and a rise of i. ec' 12:01: a-n Feb. 19, Unreported-Feb. If: California. 1 oraoirs dally weighted price Index of 30 beak mmodities -

able earnings and dividends but. II Stock Quotations I II $1.431.670 in gross Income to $29- encourage them Beans Green-Bu. compiled far United Press 1930-
Closing to the use of in- Florida truck .onm.nt-non. 32 average equals 100:
except In Individual cases the list 523.668, a new record: for the Stock Cabbage-50 Lb. Sx. SUMMARY OF PASSINGS THROUGH Yesterday .n__. (x' 347 M

was notably unresponsive. j IN THE $ -OTU MT Md. High Low Lat r Exchange member firm. An Increase toxicants.Straight Cauliflower-Crate THE FLORIDA GATEWAYS Monday .___u__ .. 24"4

I I STOCKS YOUK (IAP k_ el..i". .rIce'' Interlake Iron ._u 12 13% 11 13 : in all expenses led by salary thinking Including diversions at Savannah and Wee ago 244 **
steels and NEW .
Scattered "rubbers Celery-Crate Atlanta fOr 24-hour period ending Sam : Month ago 114 M
____ 79 7114Jut
Int Harvester 9 81 %
active
net af ,lie IS mast of people will agree Sullivan
change
and payments 9930546.
up I East West South TotalOr Year ao 16412
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special Issues fractions to Kick Can 34 341. 34V. 34V. CollardDoz. Bun.
ran up
I techs ycrtcrdavrAn. V. Int Paper u___ 22 50% 50 50 $2.256320 from 1945. caused net that it is wrong, yet some of them *net* 1 1 1947 )IIOI h fFeb. I'h !4" M
a point or more relatively sluggish Pw Lt 18300.-16V UP Int Tel Tel _n_ 27 17V 16% 16% : : i iI Eggplant-Bu. Hpr PASSINGS POTOMAC YARD AND PASSINGS :' 1947 low Jan 23' _____ 233: *0
Cot-wtth & Cou 1* aoa-3-k no.Pna n income before taxes to decline will take their children in these .
New
AND DIVSRSIONS AT CINCINNATI I ( )- 1947 Difb.
bidding. Top marks how- Pw & Lt U.2Oe-21...* ua. Vfc. I i from $8.834.063 Jn 1945 to 'I places. Proprietors for their own : Lettuce-Crate. Dry for tour! per_ eudln 6am. yesterdat;
Mot 8O -7 *4.l.pubI.s Johu-M..yUl. 1 12914 129"12' $11,216.'I'I
in the majorityof Packard Onions Doz Bun. CHAIN
ever. were reduced u II III TaiiOr DANCE'
'I *tl t_.... u. 44.aoodyoar Jones A L 6U __n 21 38 31" 31'sI 649 last year. I protection should see that the lawis I I Crap. Mixed I I CHICAGO API
cases at the close and minus V* T%. ( Peppers-Bu. Hpr.
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T I Merrill Lynch paid a bonus to enforced by insisting that minors 1 apes* fruit; in-s CitnMBaltimore Open Rich Low Close
Mat. Ontil y.*00-23 Ult V4. Kan City South 1 2111. 2'V. 11V. .
signs predominated The ticker u Potatoes. Red Bliss __ 2 ._ ._ WREAT-
I
...... Vas T._.I4*. Kennecott Cop _n 11 48!. 481. 48"0, employes of $1.351,121 and con- .'' stay out. Buffalo Hh .. 1 __ __ ,,March S 3S'. 3 3&. 233"0 34\
tape frequently was at'a stand- Eng Pub S... T4UM12* no.tan. Kroser CaLacled _hh___ I 48 4H. 41. I tributed $606.287 to the Employes' 50 Lb. Sx. As .. Columbus O 1 __ __ May 21St' 3 33 3 24"
O .. $4 M I.SOo-JSVi liP 1. i iU..te4 L I' + I July .: : :r. :
$ _
still. Transfers of 870.000 shares *. Profit Sharing Plan in 1946. Dyer Commercials Detroit ._ 1 __ .. :. 1.96', 19214 194.
Str 2 pf 1.aoo.U1'a HP 16 6' 6' 61 : '
were the same the day before P..*i Cola .Tov-M: **. CO'N--===-= 3 11': iii: 111. noted. It is estimated that aggre- I Edward Berchoff, retired cycle. Sweet Potatoes Bu Cincinnati New York City .. 11 1 4 ____ :3 Sept CORN-. I $51' 1.81' 184" 1.at'

which were a:! low for a 5-hour L-ew 1.600.25..-s,. .... *... U -O-P. Olas 2 51', 5H. 5111.LlbbF. gate Individual income taxes on.; dealer. Winter Garden road. "Yes. I Tomatoes-40 Lb. Philadelphia 1 _. March 1 39 H 1 40'. 1 37% I 3I4
_
Sean Iteea Soa M HP UrN L. ft N II 10' 10'. 10.. May ___ 13., 1311" lIt 136".
,stretch since. an. 22. OOH Motor* *JOO-.,'" */*.. Unett oil Mi B h_ I 11'. .18. 911 i each partner's share of net Income I I the laws should I II Turnips-Doz. Bun. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK i July -u- 1 35', 131 134% 1 IS

.. The Associated Press 60-stock Gap Pub Util 020011 .... I Loew Lockheed Inc Aii* :==-= a: 264.19'. 25'1914. 251Lorillard 1914-. : will amount to $5 million. ,I '.,."','.. .; be more strict'! Turnips-Bu. Hpr. CHICAGO IAP USDA Salable hon 'I Sept OATS- : 1 34', 134. 132% 1331

composite. off .2 or a point at NEW YORK UP) Cloalhc stocks: (P) -____-_ 13 21 20'. 21 lavingr net income after taxes of .A and the enforcement 7500. total 11000: generally 2S-SO cent 'March .81".11. 79'. .110&
loser: wciht above 250 pound mostly
68. Of 962 issues. registering. 413 I "4.. High L. Last MMack $996,757 for the firm's 81 part- carried out. I May .'4'. .75% 74
: 25 cent off: food and choice 180-260 I -
Arr-BrlU Mot _.. 1 8 9% 9% Track _uu_ S 55 14'0 55 i Ocoee '"Yes the July .15-. .6 V. 65" .74SH'
fell and 335 advanced. Air Reduction _._ 18 37% 37V. 37% Mary II tightened and and above: -lib .6 SO taP paid for UndwJ4O
_._ 25 I 5' 5' Marine Midland 32 I'. a I 887 after h .
Pacific mills Jumped 4 pointsto Alaska Juneau taxes in 1945. : allow minors to pound *rinta: .bO-IUO pounds 25.5Ott I HARLKY-:
1$ $ i 5 5 Marshall Pleld 16 33'. 33 33".. enforced but
Corp Uarch1ARD
38 1-2 on a sharp climb in 1940 : AliecIhut AU,. Lad ati .' 22 4'l 474 444Al i Martin 4OLMidCent 4 34'. 33a. 3J'. The firm's training school \: : .- hang out in their Eaperlence"r : OO JUO-340 pound 2a. Gu-l5.o: sews 1.23
what la the fully 25 rents layer: toed and choke sews
.... _. I 1'1' I'll I'll : Pet I 311'. ;3o1. 31% which had enrolled 141 veteransas ; use ._
net. Eastman Kodak was! up 1 1-2 e. A Dn 31... 37Am ,. '" places and in I 2* 35-2J I 15.Salable: July 19 17 Si 37 29 17aa 2.3'r
Allle.cb Mf. 2 3'1'1. MoKanTeaaMenuom II l's 'I 7 executive trainees to the end of. of broader laws cattle S 000. total a 000: salable Sept 2850 !so 28 35 201 IS
and Philco 5-8 at 29 1-2 following Airlinra 41 10' I 10\8 Ward 23 51'. II'. 511. I "I' many -c'ases serve'tN. calves total 1.200 fed and Me*. 24 65 24 65 24 M 24 :10Office
1.200.
lifted quarterly payments. Republic Ala Cable A Sad 14 'H. 'I 131.2I 'I Murray CorpNash 3 14'. 14'. 14'. the year Is the subject of a picture them drinks. A if they are not yearlings aad belfer 25 :cent hither steer active !. _.__ _
IJIIt
N
'I 7 14 enforced
Steel declared the first extra I I AID AID Cu Cci k PdF 5 14". 5411 b44 Kelvlnator 15 10". II'. II'. story which illustrates department t ':. ." good portion of Our at advance: medium 19 to 75-24 avere-ieod I,
00
at scattered
Am&PorPoW. 'r 0'. I'. Sly Nat Airlinea 1 143., 14 14 I by department the services ." I present laws take steers predominated ; Resident.ph.np .
dividend In several pushed I the automobile loads sued to choice offerin 24 75-
years i :\ 2.211. .
phor' 4329
AlII & P P 2 PI 10 24ly 24 24 Nat Auto Fib u __ 2 13k1354 13" that are available to custom- care of the situa- .
h | 2$ &O; top 26 50 on low-choice: long yearlinn -
ahead better than a point and AIR Locomotive .-. U 211 21"io 21"io Nat Biscuit ._ __ 30 33'321. 3314 i ers accidents where *, sood neifers 22 00; most medium Dr. Leonadas A. Braboy DDS
tion. the only
POP & LC .189 II% 15.4 1514Am Nat Can "_ n_ 4 12% 12". 12'- I ,
ended with a net gain of 3-4 at AID Berghoff young people are heifer 17OO-1B50: rows and bull steadyto
Pad A Bt II ___ 50 n 11'10 111,. Nat Cash Ret I 39"0. 39'. 39'.' Built around the theme "Edu | thing we need *tron*; most rsuner and cutter cows DENTIST-
30 1-4. Goodrich retained 1 1-4 Am Ron Mills _... II 3."io 35'. 35Am Nat Dairy Prod. ___ T 34'" 34'". 34\.e cation a democracy's' only insurance implicated. are caused by intoxi now is enforcement 900-1100: beet cows 11751400: heavy S7S Weft march. St OrUndo FU.

at 71. Goodyear 7-8 at 60 1-8. Dow Smelt k R h__ 1. 5914 II". 51a.Alii '. Nat' DiatiLeraNat ._n. 79 22t.. 2H. 22 cants. A sure way to enforce the sausuc ball to IB.2): beef bull to 15.75; Office Hourn 5:99; A.M..1S A.M.
education
3) LeadNt .. that substitutes
Btl Fdrtl __ 11 33's 35a. 1J 3Ja. 32'. 32a. I am a .
.u Testers wek fully 1.00 lower for week to JSI P MV 3 P.M.
Chemical 1 3-8 at 169 7-8 and U. Am lIuur Rn __u :I 4J: 42 4J: Pew A. 14Nehl __. ___ 41 1.. 11 15. fact for mystery" the "re law is to make the proprietors responsible I h i b itionist. date: mostly 28.00 down; stock cattle I:M P.M.. I P.M.
B. Gypsum ''I af 100. Standard Am Tel A Tel __on n 1121'12"- 1'72... CorpNewport 2 24'24'. 24"- for its enforcement. by pro scarce firm.Salable .
'S U" U'. Induct ___ 7 port discloses that Merrill Lynch <:M P.M. 9 P.M
31'. 30'
,
Am rob 8 .___n 13 'I1\.e 3012I and as far as I sheep 2000, total 2.000: early
Gas $4 preferred. active at the Am vtaeo.e -- 10 53 52. 53Am 'IA. I NT Central RR U 201.. 20'". 20"0NY distributed to investors almost revoking their license if they'faiL" all .ale. alauthter lambs tedy; double 108

last. was up i 1-4 at.35 1-2 on reports -, Was Wkt rT 0 18% 18% 18% Chi II St L. Pt 2 12 '1'. 9l. 3 million pieces of literature in : am concerned Ib *ood and choir wool Colorado 23 00:
No Am Aviation __ 13 10 10'.
.. Woolen ____ 21 4' % 10'. intoxlcantlng drmks few deck held his her: load food ta choice
-
new .liquidating plans for: 555504. CoP 28 41. p p3 I North Amer Co -_::.. 54 32 31\.e 31% 1946 spent more than $1,900,000 I Herbert> Riddle real estate op- Ished. Before stron weifht Nebraska fed lamb 2275; See Us Befort You

the company were being consider Armour k C. -= : 14" 1:11.: i Northern Pacific 11 2H. .213. 21V' on research publishing and ad- erator. Orlo Vista. "Yes. minorsdo load tood and choice US Ib jtariln
19
19',
Lied Dr7 Good. I 0 not have any wethers It 00: slaushter ewe scares;
ed. AtchTkP.-.. I 15 .4 94All Ohio OUOmnibus --------- 20 33% 32% 33% Tertisln,. not have any ., small Iota BaLi.. .teadF at I 50 down.If .
Modest improvement was shown Coast 1.lnP __ 9 51 51'1. 51'1. Corp _h_ 4 12 12 12 I Merrill cautioned: America business in nors frequenting -
AU Biflolni 11 313' 3' I'Ou Elevator ___ 17 33% 33%'. 33% is not to the of places we investigated the Ieusht ne
; for VS. Steel. Bethlehem. Youngstown __ 9 25'. 2)14 2514Avlatloa go way much of
Atlas Corp Owens-Ill Glass _._ 5 78 78 78Radio i serving intoxicatIng .. 'force at that BUy
time.
Sheet. Sears Roebuck. Montgomery Corp 14' I"", 1P p Europe the mass of the people I I I
liquors They "
Pac 0. 1& must realize their economic stakein the answer. %%: '
Ward. Western Union "A. Eec S .1.. 41 41Vo I I
10 24 23'. 23 see and hear
__
Bald Lore P.c Tin Cona ___ 10 6" 11"I'. : : 0
our present system must find
... North American. Anaconda AmerIcan halt A Oblo 35 15'" 15'. 15"8' I Packard Motor 18 74t 7 7 things unfit for -
.. Can. Canadian Pacific. Southern lI.rud.n 011 __ 8 24'. 23. 23a.. I Pan Am AIr..n 6. 13 13'13". hi it the opportunity and emotional Real Estate
Ben Airs ___ 2 II". 1'1.. 'Paran. Pie tore. __ 54 29"211'. 291 : outlet that people abroad youngsters yet' .- :
Pacific and Baltimore & Ohio. Bendla Arias 10 31'0 37';. 31'. I Uark. Utah Con M I 3'. 3". 3". this State is very General Insurance
Bonds were At Chicago BHt Ponds ___.._ 11 2%'. 25 25Beth.8'HI -' p..te Dnle __ .__ 1 31311"0 311P.Uno % think they see in the socialist : Refrigeration Mortgage Loans
uneven. __ .1' 11'. 9ev4 III'. Mines _h._ I 13'. 13'13% i state. The perils we face from : lax about en- Don Fuse
wheat was off 1-2 to up 4 1-2 BlawKnoZ ___. 9 II% 19. II'", Penney IJC) _h__ 12 46 451' 4. forcing the pres- -: -. Domestic and LOWER
cents bushel down 1-8 to Boeing Airplans __ 25 217, 21 21a. I Pe.n-C.nt Alrt -_ 7 13'", 131. 138ioI ignorance and misunderstanding '
a corn Borden Co _._ S 44 438io 43'. Penn RR .-. h_, 51 25". 25"0 .25% can be more serious than those we ent laws. In the FONE COST LOANS Hall Bros. Agency

3-4 and oats 1-4 to 7-8 lower. Cot- 1Io..W.rn.r 9 41'A1 4111 4714Braniff I Prp.I-CoI. _____ 11 30" 211'. 30 faced in war." State of Indiana t23 Magnolia Ave Installment Loan Oept.
;: ton was up 75 cents a bale to off AtiW 4 13 125 13 Pfizer"Cbu & Co I SI 4. 57'", 514 Backed by 20 Years 112 N. Orange TeL 51S9We've
,
Brian MIS ._.__ S 318io 3. 31 Phelps Dodge 1 43 42' 42' Total capital funds of the firm the laws are more FIRST NATIONAL BANK 4ta Floor

35 cents. Budd Co ._. __... 44 1414 14 '1414P.10,5 I Phil. Zip. :==__ : 25'.' 251: 25' increased $500.000 durinz the year strict with rigid Riddle __u .' _
Watch ._ 5 35'. 35 3'Burllnw PhIlco CorP __ 3. 30'. 2. 211'.
In the curb American Gas. Con- Mill. u._ 21 22.. 22 22 Pblllp Morris nu n___ 211 3a 31% 373. to $14 million.: At the same time enforcement and when proprietors I

solidated Steel and Niles-Bement- Burr Add Mack 32 15% U" 1514Call PblW a Pet __ 4 564 61 68Pr. the reserve for contingencies rose are convicted of a violation. their
Pond 1-aned C ..... IIU Car II j5W4 15V. 1514" '
upward. Losers Included to
$918431 from
Packing __ __ 2 29'.', 29% 2'- Procter & Oam II 13'. 13% 831. $646.089. bringIng licenses are revoked. We should
New England Telephone Callahan Z.L... 22 3"3... 3.. Pub 8n Mol __ II 24"24 24'. reserves and capital funds to have inspectors to enforce the ,-- -. _. .
following a cut dividend PiperAircraft Can DrY G Ala ___ 15 111""' 111'. 11.. Pullman _____ II 60'" 595. 511... $14.918,431 against $14146089 In ,>
Canal Pacific 4. ts 148,. ts Pun OU __ 13 23% 23% 2J% laws without someone making a
and Textron. Turnover Carrier Corp --C--- I' 19V. II'. II'. N 1945 an increase of $772,352. complaint.

here was 270.000 shares Cass (ffl Co ___ __ 1 31"W 31"W. 3714Caterpil Corp ___ 40 104' 10 10 aW-441 - -- ;:r
versus
._ RadloKOrphRemlni. __ 211 15'. *
Tractor % 1414%
FLORIDA ..
460.000 Monday. Celsnea. Corp _: 22 ;2% ; ;ben Rand __ 38'. 35 38 FRUITS ,'ltFENNER
L Robert
-- .. .. .. JACKSONVILLE Dickinson citrus .
,, rou..ol'7 u__ .. uU-. 06,. '_PM_ &.._ __ .. ... ..... ._. Market AP) The Federal-Stat. I worker -
Cp.rsdePaa- __ ,_ 15 :33.. 33 33 Repub Stool ,- _' 84 30% 39% 30V. News Service early New York market Winter Garden. "Yes people operating
COTTON CLOSING I Certain-Teed Prod 16 20'% 19V 1 HChe Revere Cop Br : 8 23% 33 4'. 33V. i I, Snap on Florida Beans fruits and veteUblesI : i I & BEANS \ I I
NEW VOHK bushel
(AP Cotton heldover VII ,
) manr
future clod -
,. Ohio 36 11252 Reynold Tob B 11 42'. 42 42 drinking'places r-
%
Irrwular In .uMt tradini rttterday with --u I I entinM few 6 50-7 00. some 5 50-6 00 poorer I i ;
apia Ti .OMit a b... .hiM-( .. 91 oont. Ch M Bo Pat__ 14 37 13% 13 26% Bafowty Stores _._ 18 eualltr .rendition 2.5O-8 00. plenti could help
28 % % 33
Chi tc NW 33V. % 32 H
tower than. the Brovlwi. .1.... Old crap C'hf7'.r! Corp __ 18 103. 102 5211'1 Estate Arm ..___ 2 10% 10% 10'. !'I ful 75-6 50. few 7 00 poorer vitality ..ndcond.tlon "- '
month. Mr* firm M .orMt .it mill kuym err Pines __.__ 8 46% 45% Bchenley Distil h_. 39 48 47 47V Wax few 5.00-1 50. ?. the situation by
', atalnst textile orders. while ,lie now Cora-Cola -___._ 1 165 165 Sears RoCbuck h__ 65 38 37% 38' Lima Beans bushel holdover 1.75-3 SO .
; cron _it_* aamod pp profit takln*. Celeat Palm P 4 41'. 49 Sorrel Inc 3 1514 151. 1514 ,' Cabbage 50 pound Sacks Domestic Round ..5 posting signs informing i
rarty.flr..._ with gaing of m-ro than Col Fuel .s Ir ?- -_ 19 16% 15'. 15% Shell: Onion OH' h- 31 39 28'39 type few l6 SO-1 h15r few poorer 1.OO-l.25' minors
II. halo won stimulated ky a totter than : Colnm O XI 49 11% 11% 11% Simmons Co --_: = 8 39% 39% v. I II Celery Ooldenheart many r' ft49
:-4.1 cotton omumatton rv- Coml Credit -_.--= 13 45 44% 44% Sinclair Oil _____ 37 10 l)'. lS% 'I 6 heldover 3-3 dosen few T 25. 4 down t : ,- :- they are not permitted I Ie

cMteIO ......ronowour. p.an inoj-ino forTh !I Com 801y-nte 2 34% 34%' 24"I I Socony-Vaeuum -_. 80 14% 14% 14% 7 50.50-1.0.few few 450-550 5 50. I 8 dosea dozen 600-700 5 00-5.50.. few few :' 3" : to come .
__ 8osAmO&Ei _
.20 31'31's 31V I I
with Edl i 3 4
Com % 4% 41
-uroa. of Census ...} I I 3 50 10 dozen 4 SO-5 00. few 3 00 in their places. I
Januarycammotion Com with ... South _185 3% 3'. 3% Sou Cal Edison: __ 4 33%' 33% 33% I
at 47.M ...... capparad I Cons Edison: ___,..32 38',. 38% 38% Southern Pacific __ 23 46 45% 45". I Celery Cabbai.. lust 1.25. 1. quart bask- '-:.' was in the liquor
"I.I74.17T halo* In Docomkor and 611.216 .- i Con Vu!'.. ___ 15 17 16'. 17 Southern Ry .__ 12 47% 46% 46% i I,>Its few 1 OOEtrPlant I
January a roar pap. Tho trado. had Coat Bak ------ 17 19% 1914 19% Sparks' Within3 7v. "s. 71.. bushels ordinary to fair quaIlt S business and ifS
,
anttciMtod around 100,001.Tradcrs .. i i Conk Can _:_.__ 16 44% 43% 43% Sperry CorP 5 32L. aii. 22i, and condition 2 OO-3 50. there was a question
mntinwod- t Indlve Chicory bushels Irregular .
Itouidat March quality
Cent ( 13 12%. 13 13 Spies Inc 6 16% 16 16 I
IN' contract ftrrar t. first notm *)ay. I'Coot OU toDI'?--::_- 13 39 38% 38 i Stand Brand--:==.-_- 9 36% 36% 36 I and condition 2.OO-3 00. about age
Pe0.25. Corn Exchani 1 59% 58%" 59% Stand OU Cal 18 Escarole bushel. few S &0. few Irregular
--- h 66% 55\. 5544 I Dickinson those in question
Oaon Hiak Low Last ,I Corn Product __ 9 73% 73% '311. Stand Oil Ind _h_ 33 40% 40 40 quality and condition 350-400., few 450. '
March. 9172 n.n. 11.72 11.M.tl ua11' Crane Co ___ t 39'., 39'. 39"'. Stand 011 NJ _h_ 45 67% 66% 67% Curly type 2.25-3 00. I had to show draft card or stay 'H'
May .12.YI 32.6T 32.T$ 32. l4 u* la-11 Crucible Steel _._ 8 36.. 35'. 35'. I Stand Oil Ohio h_ 23 28 37' Lettuce Eastern crate BIg Boston one out. Too much alcohol: retards I I
July .30.51 11 21 36 M 111 u. IS Curtis Publish 18 11% 11% 11.. Std 8U Son 15 17". ifilitl mark 3.00-4.00. one mark poorer 250-2.15. i
CXt. _.16.It 26.M 26.It 26.16 ... t Curtlss-Wrlsht -_- II.e' 6.,.. Sterling Drue _hn__ 2 47% 47 Pepper bushel California Wonders few mental and physical growth in _
% 41%
.
Do* 27 46 H.4 27-tS 27t7a aff 7 650-750. few I 00. fair qualIty 4.00.450.
cuUrr-H.mmrr 1 29 39 2.'D Stokely-Vsn _
March caNal Stone Webster Camp_ 9 S 22% 32 22 other Bullnos. type S so-. 50. few 500poorer young people not having reached 7 :- I [:

." H." 26.2 26.6S aff 4. Studfrbaker Corp 16'15 16 i quality 2 50-4 00. few low .. 2 00 maturity and is the cause of many -
DcrekCe.. 9 40 39% 40 24 34% 23% 2J% I IL
Middling sap5 14.41.. Red 3.50-4.00. .
"* ". few 4 50. Italia nelle* 3 504 .7
:: Sunray Oil __ "
N-apnlaaI. Dpi & Hudson ___ 2 43% 42 42% Sunshine _h_ 57 9% I"W 5 94' .50, Anaheim. 3 00. Long Hot 3.75Potatoes crimes commltteed by minors.
Del Lack West 3 9% 9"% 014 Mnf u 8 13% 1212% ,
i 50 pound sacks *
Bliss Triumph *
= is''If Co. ___ 1 1."l .
.
Detroit Edison 8 36% 36% 56' I ;.. 36V 31'3I% US pne 250-275. few high a. 3.00. ,
Diet Core-Sea _,_ 38 16% 16V. lIV.I R. H. Seegar supervisor. '
*
grove
INCOME TAX Dome Mine ____ 13 19% 19V* 19V Texas Co. _______ a eoVfc an around Strawberries.35-36 per pint .2O-.38. mot sales b

Douclaa. Aircraft 3 71% 71 71 __ 2 52'. .3 52% : Squash bu.hU Yellow few 7.50. CocaEClleS if .5

Returns Prepared Dresaer Indust .'. 6 11 21 31 fqr2d&fc 12 26'. : few 7..OO__.. I.m_ _\.e..e4_._. _.nn__. ..s
Reasonable Rates duPont de N _._ 4 194 193 193V. Tlae vj-rs h_ 23 I sfe sa' s-S n n Orlando Self-Service Laundry

OPEN EVENINGS Eastern Air L __ 11 2014 30% 30%" I I Tranxsmerlca -._ 4 i42 jj7 JJT 1"arJIlsh.d CU.throulb STOCK LIST Merrill 924 N. MILLS -
Eastern Kodak n._ 4 330' 329 330% Trans & West Air 8 31 20" 2oV. courtesy
MALCOLM B. ROUTT El Power oil Us 35 19 Tri-Cont Corp __ 20 7 I Pierce Lynch. F-nner and Beaae.
-- % 19 I'Emerson n % 7% 7% Aluminum Co: of Amer __ T7% "Rain or Shine Keep Your _
____ Twent C-Poz __ -- -
El M 11 15 144 15 I t 33 37% 37 37 .....
Tax Consultant Ena Pub Service 78 33'. 32% 32% Twin Coach ____n_ __ 14% Oa ft Elec------------- 39% -
- n W. Cknck r... inS En.l.R. -.- u_ 17 11% 11% 11% Thermoid UUnion _h.____ 13% h u_ \& ''A. .Nat Light Oa ft. A-------------Traction _hU______ 23 51.% Clothes Off the Line"Cae ...

'Ashland OU ft Refc ________ .
11.
., Bac ft P nu Our Automatic Dryers
FaruaT.I&Rad20 8 8% 8ViFirestone. .7 3414 34
h 34 '
Atlantic FisheriesBrewster ___________ 0
__ Union Carbide u %
Small Loans 01 _TAR__ __ 25 13 60% 6O 80PUntkot Onion Pacific __u___ 38 99% 97 90 I' AeronauticalBarium u___________ 4
n 36% 35a. 35% 6 22 31% 21 rt
__ _
Steel ____ _
__ _
UnIted Air ? n S been known in financial the facts
Florida Pow 2 18 191. 16% UnIted Line_ 37 32VV 21% 2l Creole Pet. Corp. __nUn_____ 30% to work to give you you

o AircraU u 13 18% 19 11 Cities Service" __ ____________
= Real Esfale 0.. ElM __ 37 39% 39 39V. Unit l Cora __ 54 4 3" 3"8. I n 31 circles for time "We the need with which make
P .= Oen Pood n_'_ 30 42% 41% 42'. United Frait _.u_ 33 8OH 48'". 40%. Colt: Bond Patent ft Arm _______u________ 313471cc. a long as to your
Oen Motor __ 60 64 63% 63V.Oen United CM ImP. __ I 23 fihare Co---------- 16
n. % 23% 23%
Pub Utfl 12 16% 16% 16% nit-Rex Drug _. 35 11% 11 u I Falrcblld Enc ft Airplane Corp __u 311. I People" because of our 53 active own investment decisions
Get money qnlcklr on your Gillette Saf R .h_ 4 30'. 30% 30V. us -QJpsttL __u' lOCI 10535 lOCI Glen Alden Coal Cp------------- 11-' Valuable HelpINTANGIBLE
house Goodrich -no red tape. Loans R ___ 79 80 59 6O US Rubber __.__ & 4s Hecla Mining Co----------------- 128io partners In that work think will
T % % % 16 58 % 58% Kaler-Prsrry ___ _______ a we you
made In Orange Seminole and ,Oraham-Pals. Mot 42 5V. 5 5 OS Steel '_ 46 77% 78!. u %
nhhh 714. Lone Oaa Ca 19 in fil", z and 3,020 employees.
% our
lot Nortbera Rj ft 5 48'. 48 48 wW.I..orth :.lar. : :ftU16
find
OsreoU Counties. 34 Co n Corp :: ::--:: 9% our bigness an asset for our
61 35 3414Orsm
% % s
Greyhound Carp uu 13 12% 12'.
____
Niles-Beement-Pond Co. ______
Airs En _. 3 36% 36% 36% Warner Bros Pick 43 18V. 17% 177 Pantepec oil of Ven. ________ 15 Vk
West Ind u 11 We like the becau today and
13 13 Sue employees
Ohio 3
Oslo Mob n U\.e % % 17 32 __ name many partners ,
Sherwin-Williams __
_
West lit! ---- __ 153 4
Gulf OU _u_ 15 63% 63% 62 On Tel A 17 22% 22 ,
Strock ft Co----------_____ *
.
FlprMqCredit M Westinnc Air Br u_ 20 34% 34" 34% Sonotone Co------_____ 29 the securities business must innwith their varied backgrounds insecurities
Han Srh U __ 4 37% 37% 37% Westln- EIre 42 28 27 2 371. i Schulte Inc. __ 3'. TAX RETURN
____ .
yes Ml* _.___ 3' 7% 714Romeslake Wheelin. Steel u__ i 43" 42"0 43% ','Stand. 55.
INVESTMENT ca_ Mia n_ 7 39% 39'. 39". '' White.Motor __hn 3 29 28'", 38% Reels Pw Paper ft LlshtSt Co. ________________ 3' itably Le a people's business if it and commodities con-
at W 104'
PINI 5T. lOOM I Houston Oil _--_ 39 20'. 20'. 30V. WUly Overland n_ 34 13% 13% Tampa Electric: ____________ In compliance with Florida
I* aUira. *. .. ..... nee... Hudson Motor __ 9 19% 19% 19V.tEllnols Wilaon Co -_-- 9 14% 14% litj Technicolor unn n ___ 33"0 II'' : faithfully performs its function of stitute one of the country's great

I FW) ___ 15 81V, 50% 81'. Textron ________ law each resident of the state
-- 18
h
-- ; Central __ 17 29'4 2121 VI WOOI..ortla.P U 4 67% 67% 67% UnIted Oa Corp % helping a nation to invest its sayeat reservoirs of investment and
-- W.Va. Coal ft ok.-=========== 173k i I is required to file an Intangible -

I Tounsst a So *; T 33 72Vi 71% 71% I i Tax Return on or before ings and of helping industry to brokerage experience.


i, 1 Zonue Zenltn Product Radio _n___ 12 S 23"II%. 23 11'0 33 a%% Aulo Undercoating I April 1, 19-17. This report find the funds it needs for owtb. f

FOUNDED 1913 *=_ ___ Approximate final total sales yeatcc-ay I must list the market price as It's yours to draw on. If you
87OUOO Eliminates Rattles. Road Noises The day of the ing-collar broker I
I of January I, 1947 of all want information on any field of
FOHEION CXCHaNOCN : Rust and Corrosion
W YORK AP) Cloalnt foreign ex.rtiante clocks bonds mortgages and the glibcustorners' man, the cornercutting -

SERVING THE INVESTOR rates follow (Great Britain la dol ED MAYO other inlangibles owned as of industry any company or any
lars. other in tents: insider IS -and
gone
Canadian dollar In New York open mar 101 Main that date. commodity, ,,-e 1J do all we can to
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let 9 per cent discount ar 85.00 U.8. cent. Tel $782aa riddance. It's
err '. of __ __ __ __ good a workaday
A a rent.Luras. -a --aaaa -aa- M l MMB-- la t a la tkia CMcmtSn* sac offira : supply it-and in line with our
: Great Britain 6403%. off hIS -
caa b* of vahaU aoustanc world in the securities business
of a cent: Prance fPraL14 V.. unchansed. now
MR. & MRS. TAXPAYER to Ta offer coBplrta policy there will be no charge.
... .. Svedea Kroaa> 37 65: anc-an: .e-: Ssrluer- voa. it* ,
3, land Franc* com'II 23.40. aoebansed facilities. witkoat coot or obbalioa. just as it IS in steel I or

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INCOME is aurkct cereals.
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-., ... of about 957 million bushels Has IIS N. Mala &&. Near Pact Office at ,.. -

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'Grand Winter Park News f
-. Larceny I Ii Resident Here

ment contended it would defeat 1 I director of the Vocational Rehabilitation -

the key purpose of the bill-removal 'Opposition To !i Service discussed with '
White Primary : lr MARGARET GREEN, Te'-ntene! V,Inter Pork :2i3I
6 of all control of the primaries i the commission a co-operative .r! 12 and 4-5, bonder ft!"rxyft Fndry I
from the law to get around working arrangement between the Case Up Today T 24 Years Dies

Federal requirements for Negro Legislation two agencies to aid handicapped i

voting. 11 11r I children over 16 years of age. Council Slates IlWinfe Park 1

Bill PassesATLANTA House rejection of the amend- ExpressedStrong Howard Wflsky. Mrs. John But- |I A grand larceny case in which Mr. William H. Mickey 1J11

ment was scheduled for the same r Paul C. Green. alias Robert Bush.
I ler and Dr. C. A. Rudisill. all of Elizabeth St.. died Tuesday morn-
bitter Senate minority opposition I I II
: opposition to any legislation Tampa, appeared before the commission 21. is charged with stealing cloth- J ing in a local hospital after
[API The Senate! I that the general bill encountered.Its in the interest of extending ing valued at $192 from a local Public Hearing I an
backers, however had scant by a lay organization rela- illness of 10 days. Mr. Hickey had
passed the House White Primary services for crippled children hotel room heads the Criminal | WINTER PARK-The fire department -
1 hope of mustering enough Senate I tive to the work of the Florida been a resident of Orlando for
Bill'35 to 15 yesterday but almost I in Hillsboro County. Court plea day docket today. Clerk answered fix calls yesterday -
votes to retain it. Final enactment I I
immediately a new Senate-House of the measure appears likely soon : Crippled Children's Commissionwas ,'I William Steitz of Lakeland was *Charles Limpus reported yesterday.Nine WINTER PARK-A public hear- to a house on West New 1 the from past 24 years coming here
other cases are scheduled ing is set for March 11 when a England Ave.. where rags had I Shawnee, Okla.. where he
tangle developed over failure of I after it is returned to the Senate expressed at the quarterly I, chairman of the meeting. Commission the
today. meeting of the Commission here members present includedDr. 1, for hearing including two drunken set-back on Center Street will geta been put into a stove: to the city I was owner of the Hickey Bros.

the ,House to agree to a sweeping I yesterday. according to Dr. L. J. J. S. McEwan. Orlando. Sid- : driving two reckless driving. thorough airing. At present a dump behind the Negro school; I Shoe Store.

Senate amendment against elec- Florida VFW Graves Tallahassee director of 1:ney Levy Pensacola. and Mrs. I three drunk and one improper 10-foot setback is required between to a shack across Pennsylvania He is survived by one nephew.

tion frauds. Opposes services of the agency. I I Avery Guyton Miami. Also pres- light charges Limpus said. corners. with corner build- Ave from the school, to the boat- C. William Hickey of Orlando, and ..

"The House promptly concurredin if Armed Forces Cuts I II Following reading of a proposed i, ent were Miss Edna Knowlton. orthopedic I I ings permitted flush with the dock at the foot of Morse Blvd., a sister-in-law of Orlando. Mrs. Wilo J. Hickey rr

Senate amendments to retain I COURT HOUSE IICCOIIOSMam street. Owners want this reducedto to Webster Ave. and the railroad I
'I amendment to the Crippled Chilthen's nurse consultant. Talla- .
safeguards LAKELAND [API The Legislative I ..
Aeticet.esFred Funeral
the secret ballot and services
I will be held
I five feet. The hearing ordered ( fire] and to Gene st. and
was grass ,
the Florida hassee and Mrs. ,
Department. law prepared by Jane Fleetwood.
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Florida
against vote buying in general and Committee of the i inner Ad.ms. 26 clerk. Sprint d.Ohle. from the Carey Hand
special elections and to exempt :I Veterans of Foreign : Assn. for Crippled Children i I I administrative assistant to the and Deli! Cidow Barker. 21. student., Monday at the regular adjourned Orlando Ave.. another grass fire. Chapel
Thursday at 10
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New Carlisle Ohio am. with the Interment -
these elections from the bill's pro- Wars. yesterday sent a resolutionto : and Adults a lay commission Tallahassee. Ray Otis Hall. 21. packing bou,,",. Rt 3. meeting of the City Com There was little or no damage at in the Greenwood

visions. It turned thumbs down bya the Florida Congressional delegation Dr. Graves said that organization'l I' Box 1531.' and Maxlne Baum 17. Rt. 3. mission. I any one of the six spots. I Ceme-

vote of 101 to 81. however. on I I urging opposition to any effort -I sion through its CLASS TO START I Box 153.Frank.Alois Kellinier., 2%. Army. Ash I The matter bringing this to a Guest organist at the 5 pjn 1 tery.

the fraud amendment on the to reduce appropriations for experience feels it is more capableof i land. Wis. and Oraet Jane Bel o..n. 19. climax is a request from Ray organ vespers at Knowles Chapel

grounds that it would make the.I the armed forces for the coming I determining changes in the law The annual Lenton Study Classat Orlo William Vista Walters Blanton 34. bookkeeper. Greene who wishes to add a third i! will be Miss Ramona Beard. organist ;I ObituariesMRS.

white primary plan vulnerable to j, fiscal year.The I I than an outside agency.He I the Unitd Church. 503 S. Or- :!513 E. Pine, and Jean Marie Clark. 29. building to the two he has already -, at the Florida State Col- ; VIRGINIA AV. KLOR

Federal Court attacks. I: resolution adopted at a: reported that 6,699 crippled I ange Ave.. will begin Thursday at typist.Robert 512 Lundy E Pine Laker, 22. salesman. <23I erected on the lot betweenthe lege for Women. Funeral services for Mrs. Virginia -

This amendment would call meeting here Monday said "thereis children are now on the 8 pjn. and will be preceded by a I i Broadway and Mary Catherine, Orcn Bumby Hardware store and Alumnae of Mt. Holyoke will W. Klor will be held from

upon the Superior Courts to i I a strong move" in Congress to State roister and that 700 children 30 minute prayer service. begin- 21 receptionist-! Suits 19 Chancery Box 210. the Baby Grand Theater. I meet for luncheon at the Hearth- the Carey Hand Chapel Wednesday -

prosecute all election frauds. I cut nearly two billion dollars from received care in the past I I ning at 7:30: The text to be studied Cbase! In*. Co. y.in City of Orlando et, aL I. Architect James Gamble Rogers stone Feb. 28. Reservation may morning at 10. the Rev. J
whether In general : military requests. is Charles and Cora Fillmore's I bill for declaratory decree. Powell Tucker officiating,
primaries with interment
or. ctx months. The recent allot- George Edtar Hackney TS Erick Bten-, has prepared plans for a building be made by calling Dr. Helen W.
elections and whether cemmUI I: ment of additional $185,000 I "Teach Us to Pray. berg et, .". quiet title' I to extend across the lot. with an in Greenwood Cemetery.Mrs. .
ted by party members. officials 'I Organized safety work was be- ; an I Catherine Henderson TS Oossie Hender Cole.The American Klor of 521 Sheridan Blvd,
archway through the center anda Legion Auxiliary
to the commission by the Federal i son. diTorce, I
other Punishment gun on American Railroads In1 Some Alaskan; willow trees grow died suddenly Saturday
or any persone. I morning
Vera U Wright n James W. Wrirht.dlTorcn. courtyard between the proposed Poppy Day will be Friday. All
would be by prison sentences 1913 and injuries from accidents I Government will permit an with their trunks underground pro- She had been a resident of this
I increase in services Dr. Graves Suits in Common Law I I new buildings and the two just ceeds go to disabled veterans who
and fines as provided for I I i among railroad employes are now |I and thrusting only their flower I community for six months, com
William O Portcrfield! y. American completed. A fountain and other make the and to welfare
one-ninth what they at that stated. catkins and leaves above the poppies
were surface here
a misdemeanor. I l I Benefit! Co.. damages, $4000. ing from Chnstiansburg Pa
amend-'I I I If I I Claude Andrews of Tallahassee. I I beautification is planned. I cases looked after by the Auxiliary -
House opponents cf the time. during the brief Summer.: County' Judge Court I She had been in ill health for several -
-....-- :__ I Cushman 8 Radebauch, final report William Bearden requested a i weeks.
estate of Juliette P. FordInstrument change in the zoning ordinance on 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Roland McKinnls.

1 WHAT ABOUT fO9STAY HERB WITH = R E Perrlst, ct u to* Filed Robert D Spachtet Orlando Ave. from residential to have had as guests Dr. and Mrs. i MRS. MARION L BOTHUELL

ME AAK& THE MBH.KZOOH.CKHiW 1 :z ? Robert nx" wd D(10 Spacht: et, nx to Fir Fed. Say commercial. City Attorney Waldo G. C. King. of New York City. I' Mrs. Marion LoU Bothwell. wife
2 I WIH TO suweseCALHOON? DOTE CAPABLE 1 1OF : L and Loan Assn mti $6500.Leslie Plympton was instructed to draw and accompanied them to Tampa of Cecil L. Bothwell Jr. died Tuesday -
I, MY LOCAL PEOfTECA rrt3N.11! I'M VOUK. SEKVINd gOTH A5 MOFfldAL / ) E: Lewis et, al to George A Rayet the
nx wd S10 up necessary ordinance. where Dr. King spoke before the at the home of her parents.

YOU AND I WILL CK1VS sooa&w! ANP PEC50NAL _____ Prank wolbert" to Carter B Buchanan I Ex-Mayor Herbert Halver- Florida Section of the Institute''. Dr. and Mrs. Elmer W. Lott. of

z THE CA& WTO ToWNs j COMPANION. et, Butler nx wd County$10 National' Bank to Emma 1 stadt requested the block in of Food Technology. ., 137 America St.

ci '-_ ;' i i Pease Howard part rel, mtg $10 which' the former List home is A special arrangement of the Mrs Bothwell was born In Or-

1 : trustees George,deed E,Howard$10 et al t* A E Carpenter located be changed from singleto "Mass in B Minor" will be sung lando in 1919, attended Cathedral

H A Ward ct ux to James A Brown et multiple dwelling zoning, Saturday morning next week following School and graduated from Or-

_ I i- .o nx Miss wd $10 E p Howard to O P Penn aireement pending a public hearing which the usual Bach Festival. lando High School in 1937 She

____ $12OO the commission will call on the Students of Florida colleges andI received her bachelor's degree in

Schultz:Clyde d Wilson wd $10 et nx to Ward T Barnum- entire new city-wide zoning ord- I I universities have been invited to economics from the University of

William B Long to Oscar D Earnest, inance. attend Chicago in 1940.

\t wd Harry$10 P Crist et ux to Juanita K Moore Mrs. Edith Tadd Little was ap- I Mrs A. W. Parker will be chairman I I In addition to her husband and

1 1n1PlIAY 1t mts $2100 pointed to the Planning and Zoning -I Friday at the Baptist Church parents, she is survived by her
O A Rusk et ux to M 8 Vertowe et u grandmother Mrs. Charles Lord
Bite o5OO; Commission, succeeding Allison -: at 10:30: ajn for the World Day of this city.Funeral .
Barton W Brown et, m to D A Rook Galloway. I'of, Prayer.
et, ux wd $10 I I services will be held
? Georce, Marion Smith et nx to James RCarmleha..1 Plympton was instructed to start I IThen! the High School P-TA from the Carey Hand

et, H wd $10. legal advertising for the fran- meets at 8 pjn tonight in the Chapel
__ Wednesday at 4
George Marion Smith et BX to Ella M p.m. with the Rev
-- Scheffler, wd $10. chise between Winter Park and school auditorium, presidents of' Dean Melville Johnson officiating
Walter Doane Randall et BX to R B the Orlando Transit all will
Co. for con- student-activity
groups Interment
$ETTEZ 4E bMTU O 5TDwf LEAVE 0* CHECK. COT C* )UEKE/ XT A \\ I Howard: .t al wd $1.Fred will be held .at a later
c Kramer et ax to Mabel" Idem tinued and extended service. : conduct a round-table discussion date.
5) j I Isen .... >
OTAZflN& lb flOPLA PEAP BUM. EYEeV TIMS THAT BUS M0E so .oafrIMEc $10
.w.. 4 #&*4 AC U.CT cay i eer A MENTW. PICTURE {JOF a MoT44or eel-c 5AO Mabel Eoens to Fred C Kramer et u Reappointment of Chief Carl led by Joe Galloway. I I -
< bM LOCN IN Ai OS* T2OLUN6 AfM JtNP ASM 'INTO \ QTNE WAY 1M04& I.d 1'200.Chari. Buchanan and other members of : The Elementary P-TA meets MRS. IDA BUCHAX

cc.D ceu..z ic LT THE 90N/ $ T- ME, OP COURSE, CM ST7LT&.) ppeAcMEALoNG,.. "",,",.. et L. al Morgan wd $10 et IIJ1 to 8 Kendrick the police department and the addition tomorrow night There will be.I I Mrs. Ida M. Buchan. 69 of

-5- 4 Ma nEll.wEdOT ,, Minnie M Castle ct Tlr Joseph/ L Leary of Enoch O'Steen to the in addition to a business session. Dickson St.. died at her home

1' 7DGETAWV. \ agreement, $6OOO force were confirmed. i showing of some motion pictures Monday.
I'- Walter Reuther! et, nx to P E: Baetsmanct I She had been an Orlando
ux wd $10 The commission authorized re- of interest to parents. I I resident the last 24 years, coming
t : wd J$10 C Estes to Ernest i Riidon et ... platting of Robert Dhu MacDonald I I Miss Sally Wing will be graduated 'I I here from Buffalo.

tQ I HOLC WAR. ZAnier, et mx. am Park which has been in acreage from the University of Virginia Mrs. Buchan had been In in
Leila Hook Gay" al to Donald E Lan- to building lots and also School of health
Z I cuter e* al wd $75 the Nursing in Char- I for several months. She is
i! A. C. Bodies" et ux to Easter Williams replatting of Phillips Place. I lottsville Thursday. She immed- I survived by one son. Arthur Or-

I..ed $10 City Engr. Louis Coudert iately becomes member of the lando
K. M Miller et nx to James W. Mc- was a .I ; a brother. Fred Cornmueller. .
II: \ I Call wd $10Rufus instructed to-lay out approximately nursing staff at the hospital for Buffalo, and a sister, Mrs. R.I .
r" M. Hayes et nx to J. HermanBradohaw 95 plots (1520 in th > indefinite G. Guster
:it et nx wd $10 :graves an period. I also of Buffalo.
Eli Friedman et, al to Prick P. Moore Southwest part of Palm Cemetery.He I Mr. and Mrs. Earl: Ward, of Alberta Funeral services will be held

: 'i iv c'I let, Roland ux qcd C.$10 MobleT et BX to Mary R. was also authorized to survey I Dr. announce the birth of I Wednesday at 2 pjn. from the

Ryer. mtc 11500. the need for storm sewers on Park I a daughter Anne Sunday at Orange Carey Hand Chapel with the Rev
._ .. .. . ... _. Carl LeUarber, M ux to Woodrow W.
-- --- ---- -- -- -- ----.- -- Reeps et ux wd $10 Ave. and Welbourne Ave. I :! Memorial Hospital. i W. M. Irwin officiating. Intermentwill

V U. w. Paine, et ux to C. L. Hood et u. Contract for paving of a side- I' Mrs. James L. Duncan. wife of :I be in Greenwood Cemetery
01-4 FSO8f) WHUT AILS \ rrs A-HAIDED FO' PORE ', ITTOPPED.rIThAUFTIN PAN NOW ITS POURIN) wd $10
walk on the East side of Pennsylvania the rector of All Saints
I Episcopal
THET STANLEY STEAMER?- Lit- BOB SNAl'CHIT-IT'S Hal LIFE-GTVIN' STEAM Lena D Brannon to Ernest M. Br. I
ITS A-STAKTIN'T' A-OONNA RUN HIM lip ITS SMACK INTO LTL BOB A non wd $10. Ave. between Holt and Huntington Church has returned from Orange MRS. JANE F. WHITE

riovPf- OVAH/T REAR \% > SNATCHIT'S FACE.V- | \\ wd Lena$10. D Branren to Dana E. Terry was awarded to R. K. Nidy. Memorial Hospital after an emergency 'I Mrs. Jane F Whit. 82. died

ENDri SNATCH ITS UP"HLSAMOVJNf .Ernest, M Bra soon et nx to Bord C. appendectomy. Tuesday morning at the Florida
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Terry et ux wd $10
I' '
A. F Sennit et ux to Roy Broadwa- CYdOnk if Sanitarium following a short illness .
:02 __1' P0l ter et, ux ecd $10 Americanism Week I Mrs. White. a native of
.- 4rT'-iii A. J. Clayman et BX to Seldom R. Winters THI5SilJ e
et, 11.. wd $10 Kentucky was a Winter visitor.
= \ ira -J If et James ux ,wd C.$10 Rowe et, nx to W. T. Lomneck! c:: I To Be Observed The body will be shipped to Richmond -

Jerry J. Chicone et BX to S. J. Powellet The interim between the datesof Ky., by Eiselstein-Wiggin-
.... wd $111. I I;I ton for funeral services
Lincoln's and and In-
: : ,: J. R. Coburn et ux to R B. Gantt et aL Washington'sbirthdays
J L ) mtc $800 has been designated officially I terment.
Elizabeth&1. mtc! $8OO Coburn et sir to R. B. Ganttet /Q as Americanism Week I I Mrs. White is survived by one

R B. Gantt et al to J R Coburn et, through sponsorship of the Junior son. John F White. and one
ux wd $10. Chamber of :'I grand-daughter of Danville
a. B Oantt et al to J. R. Coburn esux z '- C/Amerce and I Ky.
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', wd $10 I lamation of Mayor William BeardI
ALWFM
= l HES R B Gantt et al to J R. Coburn et .x. 8 ViewsB1HAROLDESCH I all. I FUNERAL SERVICES:
l wd $10 '
-4r \ 't-, :: ::; ::: Luther W. Graves et ux to A. B. Btrnbleet Joe Guernsey Jr. was named Funeral services for Mr. James
,.. wd liD.I H. Lamar
.- ---- will be held
I Joe P. Wheeler, et BX to A. B. Struble head of a JayCee Americanism from the p
J- AFTER THINGS COOL AWHILE, MR.TRACX WHV DONT YOU IT WOULD y THANK ,et, ux. wd $10 Committee to institute a series of Carey Hand Chapel Wednesday
Harry C. Tubbs et, SHUFFLEBOARD The Or- 1
nx to Marin C. the
WEU. MOVE. THIS 85 COME UP TO VISIT US? WE BE A FINE ( YOU MISTVf Hedcrland et, ux wd $10 I lando Invitational I I talks over local radio stations and noon Rev. Robert Blackburn

THESE RsoR-r iiomis AR GRAND WILL KEEP ME A LIVE ON THE RIVER PLACE TO Vl'U-COIDroi R'. K. Halley et BX to Thomas J. Wright opened yesterday -:I before civic clubs to promote pa- officiating, with interment in
NICE FRIENDLY PLACES et ux sd wd $10 : morning with 101 men enter- Greenwood
Cemetery. Mr.
LONG TIME. WE1? NEAR A SKIING RECUPERATE TIT.. triotism. Lamar
SUM
> J. M al
Carter et to Fred E. Myers in
ed the and 50
BESIDES WE CAN STAY singles women died in local
ci. smDr :' a hospital after
IS A FIVESPOTFOR RESORT I I Talks will be given by Judge an
IN OUR ROOM Fred E Myers et al ux to JosepbH I playing off in their division for illness of several
YOU IC YOU. ; \ Kevorkoian et .". wd $10 singles honors. William I Walter Hall of Municipal Court. i iI I months. He is
MOST OF THE Lena Wolfe Flournoy to Jerry O Rogers Maj. Judge Mattie Farmer of Juvenile survived by one sister Miss Eliza
oc INEJ.V4CETT I et nx. I Beardall opened the festivities by I Lamar of
TIME sm I New York City, and two
< Court the Rev. Marshall C. Den-
"r'i ? Edith R. Phillips et Tlr to Galrin Gates.wd greeting the out of town guests. brothers
: $10 dy pastor of the First Presbyterian : A. M. Lamar of Atlanta.
... William A..Gemelnhardt, et BX to Barry I Pres. John Walker of the Orlando and Delbert Lamar of
I IJ .
: Chicago.For
: LOa! Spha'er, wd $10 '.I Club introduced the Church: Betty Marie Davis,
:.= J. S Eaton et BX to Thomas H Code, mayor. 'past president of the Orlando I
:J I wd $10 I Play in both divisions were Mrs. Ulan B.
Barringer who
1 1I
cQ oIouh1:1 James, L. Cumbie, et BX to James, B. Han scheduled to be High School student body, and died
ct ux wd liDCath..rin. I I completed up to I Guernsey. Friday at Winter Park, win
M. Oeyer to Mothla Harrison the quarter-final rounds after I be held at 3 pjn Thursday from

/ wd William$10 F Chandler ct nx to Ernestine: 1 I yesterday afternoons competition. I mation Mayor setting Beardall's aside official the Feb.procla-12 the Marvin Pittman Funeral
: Scans agreement, 12650. Several Orlandoans remained in Home.

: : W7( ( )'r'rI West John, wd T.$10 Knowles, et nx to Nolan J:. I the battle Ralph Swank, Henry to 22 period as Americanism Week Mrs. Barrineer is survived by a
urged citizen to give due
every brother.
D. J. Price
John Amann et" al to 1. Henry Tindan.wd I Amhrein and A. Notestine to namea of Detroit, and
$10.Fig.. few. Play will be completed today consideration to his "duties and a sister. Mrs. Blanche Aline of
Bank to City of Orlando fled S10
privileges as such and to renew Cleveland, Ohio.
City of Orlando to Frederick C. Me-: when the champions will be
-I I.VT) J I Yl Namara et ux deed $10 I crowned. his pledge of allegiance to the
__ Wilbur Dunaway et BX to Charlotte See- United States of America. I
? ,Icy, Smith et aL qed $25 I Complete. details of the tournament frets on county school systems oflegislation
I. CC. Boulware et, ux to Roy S. Tales, i proposed by the Florida
_. :_ _, win be given tomorrow with
n M BlHIl ww -*V'
Walter, Collins et al to Paul W. Rogers, scores and winners from the semi- School Officials Citizens Committee.

et*Conway aL am D. Kittredce et BX to Albert final'bracket through the finals. I County Supervisor R Earl Kipp.
Attending Meeting
% V deLay mtc $1125 LAWN BOWLING Yesterdays chairman of the elementary school
Albert deLay to M V. Chrlstman. assign I Supt. of Schools Judson Walker :! subcommittee of the Citizens
< mtc $10Sydney. tournament games were limited -
Committee. also is
at Gainesvillefor
confer-
is attending State-wide
a I
"" Parks Allen ct rlr to Leslie E.
_ 4 Lewis et aL wd $10 to the finals in the club trebles ence of county superintendents atGainesville a two-day conference of the

oz I' Thomas J. Wright ct BX to R. J:. Ray and three singles engagements in for discussions of ef- elementary group.
et ux wd $10
which the _
favorites either
: ____ Raymond R Jane to Mead P. Close came II -
3fjQ et BX sunn, site liD through as predicted or went downto A_W.V 88'I'revboue Posst.
C. L. Berne! et BX to R. J. Tindan et mx.spl .
wd $10.Aleaander. defeat to a better rolled lame.
Tamney, et .1 to First Rat. i| In the trables, Charles Rhodes I Trainer I I.C N-.: IH'" ..Kl
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Bank $12OOO i. P E
mtc
N. C. Grinatead et ux to Cleaborn E.Grinatead. :. \John Turn and Ben Smedley defeated P 11I1".1.11.' : .,.
wd 110. Isaac Meredith. Charley Ie .! "
T. M Gilbert" et BX to Alonxo Victor HORIZONTAL VERTICAL
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E. Wilson et BX sm. I Phillips and Dr. G. Willard Hobby ....u-g:1I.: 5 TiE ,
k Ada P. Humphries, to Carl Harris et ux. by, 24 to 7, It was an 18-end bat- 1,7 Pictured I Respect M A .x "

., ,, ....... suits into.William tle and the winners led through race horseowner Emetic F'1 I N : A I
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-'- '"3'''' I eo H Waterman to William Cos- I:: I'' E Clf<
: ,, $ % 1 IDAOOD. ton et, BX agreement. S1500 out. The and 3 Vex QROOrS -
fM IN THE MIDDLE I'' I; game was perhaps a
L'I1LL1ILt I thjllLTHEBANKERsScNI( ; I : : :
Marie Garrison
Twardus to DaTid Mori- .
trainer 4 Reposed r" IN '"
ANEXCrflNG.c son et, ux smMary closer bowled contest than the final 7 _ _
.APE OUGOtNG MySTERY STORVIVE -- \ I 1IS THE ONE VHONtJRDERED / NOW PUT OUT I T. _bier to Cent., Title and Trust score would indicate. Proof Narcotic 5 Court(ab) k- .. I "
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THE OLD I : ".R; ) .
TO KEEP THAT Co.. assign mtc $2000 I :
UGHT ON iLL NIG.1rI ? GOT TO FINISH ) I '-k LADX AND ThE HEIRESS THE LIGHT AND Kermit Dell! et, BX to John H. Rhodes, of this was the six-end scored by Amatory OAt this place QT' ] _, _
IT TO FIND HOW 'r' I READ I I MARRIES HER GO TO et ux wd $10 Rhodes on the final frame. 15 Thaw Joke
--- CANT CHAUFFEUR Georce P. Fuller to J C. DavIs et,
IIX. 8 Area ascetics 45 Prone
IT AU. COMES ) THAT SLEEP'WOULP In the J. measure
p.- I AND THEY UVE HAPPILY wd lID.I Capt. A. Cooper Handi- 18 Propels a boat
OUT < STO1a EVER I AFTER I Fred Carter et, ux to B. Vlrcfl P. Smith cab Singles event a second round ; 19 Coin FISh 25 His horses 47 Dregs
et ux wd $10
I battle between John and Of the ear have won Hebrew deity
Bntt Fruit Co. U Armour and Co. mt* Stevens 200ne-spot 43
$19.560.4?. Stewart Hice was taken by Stev- 21 Envoy liOrder of many 4g Plural ending
B. P. Enonyo to French Lambert" et ux. mammals
wd $10. ens with a 21. to 16 score. 'In the 23 Preserve 27 Healed
1 Frank A. Hi..... _t al to Stanford Gre$(. semi-minaLs the Consolation. "Picturesque 50 Impudent
in Georgia Cab)
5La ', claim of lien $8807.70.Men's 17 King ofBashan 30 Household god|t Indians
i W. W. Lewis defeated James MiiiI 25 Anent
; i 32 Cartograph 53 TwItchingsymbol
tS-s c. c I doon by 21 to 10 and L. R. Heim 26 Scandium 55
Committee 18 War assets 35 Greet Eggs
won from Oscar Bauwens by 22 !, ( ) 36 Disinfectant 57 Trinity term
I to 13. Heim and Lewis In' 28 Nickel (ab.)
To Hear Lecturer meet i Cab.)
I 21 Missives 38 Long for

.Col. P J. Miles. D.S.. O.B.E., the finale later in the week. I' ( symbol 22 Hebrew 39 Failures 59 Eye (Scot) .
1 29 Splendor
Fj
Pour rinks of travel to Mt.
V.D.. P.Ph.s, formerly of London, men r r r'
.I Dora this afternoon to play a so- .' 31 Shrub i. t I 1 j' 10 <
England. now a traveller lecturer .
I I cial I 33 Play part .
game. Orlando skips will include .
__ and author under the Russian '.
.. I.l 34 Age
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--- -- Herb I.I
: TiUey Charley Phillips -
Missionary Society will address I '
NO: I'D HAVE ISUILDINCi! 15 i I Isaac Meredith and Everett I 35 Carousal 1 I... I' -
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MX! BE WILLING \ THAT SOUNDS the Christian Business Men'sCommittee I 37 Kingdom in- : : : .fi. = '
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M*. WALLET EVER SHOPNOT ILL TO HAVE ONE DtFFIcur tON- TO PUT UP $5O IF I 1UKE! A GOOD at their luncheon today I Gibson. I Asia40Exclamatiois 0 a.: t) -

IN TOWN 6 TURNING IALONEANP HELPS? AND EVEN A SED .,, COULD PRODUCE A 'tce /ctIe. THE at 12:15: pjn. in the Chamberof I

AAAY WOOC. I COULD KEEP I N A A PlA iO PtQ.U. COST fpo.:: TO WORK AND AN f ANSWER5 Y. Commerce Bldg. Party To Be Held 41 Senior (ab.) it ; u .. t iPage :
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4 BUST PONG NOTHING / VACANT RK. OUTFIT TO HEAT tT?. Tonight at 7.30. Col. Miles win At Cherokee SchoolAn 42 Man's ,(Il" y-

R/r AUTOMOBILE REFAK./LOTHACK? : speak at the midweek service of nickname ir so )

; the Tabernacle Christian Church. All-School Party will be held 43 Thus

\ i Dr. Morris Butler Book. minister. at Cherokee Junior High School 44 Permit n I."

\ t said yesterday. He wiTh bring an Friday evening under the Joint Slumbers .Ji.oif

I1t; \\ ; -I 1 I authoritative report on Russia. sponsorship City Recreation of the P-TA and the Prosperity .1
Department. if
!1 den CoL DuBose Miles.who is now at Ramp- i i Free refreshments, indoor games Standard ,7.;;: .45 h 1- -
Academy in Zellwoodfor quantity
and music for dancing will be offered .... j..' -
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,, : week's 54 Otherwise 1
a speaking engagement I rir
all for a small admission -1' 1'
has been thrice decorated by the American 1

_ British Kin?. During the first fee.Mrs.. A. B. Whitfield. of the patriot : __ I 1_' 55.

World War he served In Egypt. P-TA. and Aubine Batts and Bob 56 Explosive ic '4. -

: i--: Gallipoh. they Sinai Peninsula the Potter of the Recreation Depart- 58 Venerate o j- tij--E: -

march up to Palestine. Prance" i ment will be in charge of activi- Chaoses I

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12. Lost and Found I ICHANOK 18. Laundry ( |I The Debunker I II | SL Good_Things to Eat 1 I 183. Articles for Sale I U. Articles for Sale I (drlanim

Classified d BA -Average TEMPLE ORANGES-Not touched bY' BOATS.-Feathercraft aU ELECTRIC fey ttnttr
I PURSX LOST-Drown. SIP-I JOHN HAKVEY FURBAT. fk.DWOJ.IEV i .lumla. WAT CL WED. FEB. 19.
per. Contains 1130. On bus from I II New machines. cold. C. D. Wider Jr.. Turkey with speed hu Steers dah I W..u.h.. ., 14. 1
Daytona. 2516 Sanitarium Ave. parking space. (00 I F.r can 6913.LOOKFlorida's Seating ." (. Beautiful I so buy today? Walter J.WUcox. '
I
I Hours I ..m. to 6 (275. R. 8. Evans. 60 W. Central.Phone Inc. 61 E. Robinson, oppositeFostoffice. 33. Articles for SaleHATWO.
COWS Strayed or lost: 1 Jersey 1 Wednesday and I finest 'r ripened 4321.BICYCLEgIrl. ) I
marked swallow fork under Self : tr uiea. d"from grove. Oranges and elec
Guernsey Straek's
Sentlntjl-Stor= I bit in car under bit in ether. I 9 p.m.Tf. Washington bu. Taagerines. lemons. -> .'. 2$'. la good condttion. I ENAMEL-So-K-Zy 3-hour. %-pint tgslions. I la. ; phone
316 I
Want-Ad Rates Branded H. Plot d. LIs. Notify lIre I 1.10 bu. Kumquats. Pecang39c Kings Bull Project. 2019 white and a good selectionof 7468. w an re.lo.I
... Rt. 4. Box 162-B. Orlando. lb. Full line home-baked goodsincluding W. Washington colors. Knox stores Co.. 25 E. :
Pimtt
(I 19. Services I white wholewheat salt like P.ne. noe 236.EC HEARING AID-Almost new. afghan.extra .
Daily -22c: per BneMinimum GLASSES: LOST Saturday tinted |I ; risng bread 13e. Fresh dressed BAY: SItre.mbnecl.. Apt. WATER HEATERS. large beautiful p.te"2CUJDartmouth
( cnar e 66cl lent: rlraleai In blue case. Reward.; A\VNINGs-8peeial I drawn fryers only 65c. Best Ir.de, 3. Reeves Terrace. BucD. cleaners; spare J; Avenue. .

Call 7946.ibxDaY. ____ : vidual beauty on. "kd pork picnic shoulders: I II BRUSH CUTTER Marden 7 ft. like en an new; get them wbehe" HOME S ft.
Sunday 27* per Kite I I 9694 Ventilated i I caves I The Frontier Stores. ; : FEEZEFo. cu. t*
17th. last. Al Wiggins, 2014
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LOST-February E. new. telephone & K.I : 15 "" today Waiter
II. 115. 14 Blossom Trail
Minimum Room I i at Ple.s 214.BERiU 01.
charts I Or.De
( Finder please return te 822 M. :I I 1 i 2h. with phone6247.aXXCTl_ J. Wilcox. Inc. RobLne
(82.SO. 4- E
3 Consecutive Days Me Bn* a day Summeriin |I ALLIS CHALMERS REFRIGERATOR-2-door Ave.. opposite Postoftice.
tractors 3!. Articles for Rent :: furniture In RC'
between Orange and !I Ii parts: Co 12 G. E.. pertect. (100. Bamboo
7 Consecutive Days Uc line a day LAUNDRY LOST Farm and Home ... I College ph. 2-4858. n HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS
L'
P.rk -
Monday ..m. Dropped I II ons. 1001 W. Morse Blvd. .
(Count S Average Words 1 iuMNational > i MUle st.
phOne BULLDOZER FOR RENT warehouse .
from car. Call 2-1166 or 4047..____._ I I w.itobanson; i or BAT-- ; and V-Bot- Winter Park.ELCTRIC clearance ea s'
(Out el SUM Rate i contract: land clearing. a.I 2-cylinder; opposed oak desk. Ice-box IIIe -mpiete
StASIS Insertions 3Oe per use I LEATHER JACKET LOST; hope lUc ,I AWNINGS porch "" Mfsrs *: Son. 2-014.. .t -, aklf.Onan inboard motors: GUITAR-Hawaiian: with rug. Plt..I b!&t
3 Consecutive Da yr2Sc Use a day I 10. Brown double breasted; belted; ,, Mirds. glider BULLDOZER rent: hour or Job ranslnc from $3O to (545. Beautiful and case see at 325 oeMs end ends. : to.13O4 .
T Consecutive Days 20c line a day new. ; call 4839.TUftZFeb. |I Ii Florida Awning Co.. I I rake. Ph. 7135: family boat ready; for Imedl.te delivery. America St.ELECTRIC Spur St. One black eat at N
Minimum 3 lines LOS 14th on North i' ,! or -'s. palme'l i Pe C..te B. C.ltre- REFRIGERATOR. Cold Or.n. near Virginia Dr
An Wsnt-Ads tart to the Orlando i Mill or East Concord. Fleas, return I FLOOR edger and tion Co Spot: approximately 4 5 el f.; (75. HEAfERS-Electric. at closer..t
Morning Sentinel and are printed i _609 North Eola. j i AUTO SEltVIClI.-Oaa I I SANDER 2203 plshe.Johs BABY Folding: plaJ Call 2.0805.ELECTRIC prices. Y.rlet. alUill oJ
other d..re. CARRIE
Fontiacs or
the Sentinel and Tb. .
in both : 120. Co SlaUbte *
wheel I I ARE NOT LESS "hon 2-C915. Pen 331 RASGE-tIVn.L- _
work
body neU'I
Orlando Star em the same date. PURSE FOUND-Malvlna Patterson. I model hEATERS-Gas and oil. We reivfet
The Waat-Ad Department Is open call 6833 and claim same.nu.VLP. ,I tlae.Ing. or 62 anything W. Colonial I ; MECHANICAL, THAN FLOOR net sander POLISHER, by day mewl or hour and c Ph.bi- BEDS. Simmons ivory twin. coll'I cabinet Lle. standard 1$ short complete Installation service AMa,,

from (-30 a-m.. to 6 p.m. daily. I MEN 2-2821. Wyckoffs Bow 2524 sprints and m.ttre.: ivory C'ha"ave. 50. Baby; carriage play p quantity for Immediate installation
Sunday from ft to 12 ..m.. CLIP PIN LOST Saturday ACETYLENE and K..h.D of drawers, small ivory rocker: metal wagon and scooter: (1O for Modern Appllanc lot, 2S (i. Oran
Deadline for Sunday Paper Saturday evening walking uptown from E. i i iLrrin general machine The "Minnesota FLOOR iDd edgerf new er. 2-burner. kerosene cabinet style.; One electric Iron. 12 Phone WinterPak. e .
BOOB.Advertisers. ston AT*. Reward. Mrs. E. Reh- pany.; 640 8. Hashey Mehanical equipment: Pb 2-2821. complete. lao; en.1 hall cb.lrs 90-M
notify lek. 144 &. Livingston Ave.. Orlando. I I I Ability Tests" which are Wyckoff; Hdw. 2524 2. solid ;. nP upholstering.! types. booms: 2 hand operand
to Trailer
I HCIST-2
are reeuested AWNINGS. i -tr-Al
wheel for of this Edger and (30. Cash and 732 Lucerne ITerrecr.Cali i l3 this complete cab
us Immediately of any SPARE: lINK LOST-and ,I paulins. Venetian very reliable measures -SANDER.rk ; ... wllhu. w 9
.am j between I and 10 a '
their ads as the Sentinel-Star I 31 Chevrolet. 475-19. Reward. Mrs.A. 2-0963. that equipmentat opportunity for a good bargain Orlando bm. raise and loner can
shades. have shown wom
Thaxter. Rt. 1. Box 472. abity. reasonable rates. ; Lumber Appliance Co. 210 N Hoimes. (194. Holler Cacv-
Incorrect S-t
for 7O6 Inc
be responsible only on eranVbuslneoa. ; '' BARBECE-SETSpon.bl"t
Insertion. a mechanical as men Co.. N. Orange and : ; Orsnre. Phone 4537 role;. 115 W. Central.HO5B .
14. Beauty Parlors ]I AUTO GLASS-Felts I <, The show that most FLOOR SANDERS-- New-American her Co.. N. Orsnte and Railroad. FABRICS. tapestries, velours broca- ,
Ten Can Place Your 'I regulators. While t I I[ i test little "8"; new edger. Reasonable rates i BLOCK MACHINE with pallets- telies msteclasses. damask and imitation .__H.inch Kl-pressor |p; .j
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Want-Ad by Telephone' AMMXRMAN'B Specialising in cold Paint and Glass. : ha very C. R. Burke 1805 S. Bumby .. mixer; 1 new 3 h p. leathers. High quality lII.te hose. 2. 3 and .-t suction r.f.
..n.. facials and all type o: Street 1 mechanical phone 1851. Cohoon
I experience motor one 12 ft. cypress row boat rials In good selections. R S. Brown Machinery Com.Q. 138 W
Dial 4161 beauty culture. Call Mrs. Reynold i I I II II and therefore I J. Ralner. Box 223 Zellwood. 2911NOrsngeAve.FIXTURES_ I South Suet.

20 E. Pine St.. 6462. j! ACETYLENE machine: work and on I devices sow 33. Articles for Sale BOAT-24 ft.. run-about: mahogany Set of store fixtures ef i HOT WATER HEATCK3.-CasT ai ,*
AMERICA* BEAUTY SALON-New and road ; 1! less skill i handling '' bu seats 9: Inel H p bleached maple: consisting of show. matic. 2O and JI.U also Vrr--
6. Flower a nfl Wreaths I location 44*4 W. Church. Room I aluminum and brass I ] but when woman is given AUTO ENGINE-1939 Chrysler. Excellent Scrips ; no HaroldV. > >pen display and clear c.. andwrappIng Hoe side-arm II Kloa Ston
7 and S. Phone 6931. Irene.*Audrey Machine Works.. I : the amount of experience -, condition. Come and bear Realtor. Central. counter. Orange Pharmacy 25 E. Fine. 23113. '
ply same
: and Marie; specializing an types It run. Kambo. son W. Central Ave. Conellet
Individual atteaUOL | 1124 E. ColoniaL
STRAYS IBATHB2 | IRONING
FUNERAL : BOARDS-Large sixe vth
64 E. Central permanents;; cold waves open Tues I IappolnUnent ALARM CLOCKS j| in mechanical operations AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS I
Kittineer1oriaa, carloads: 41',. S. 5t"f. FILING 2 sturdy.; aU folding ur.cn
phone 464X Thura. p.m., by i j jCIIAlU.O'fn. kind of clock or : I she shows herself the Electric.. 3. 5. 30 and Also I carload lav- steel .ABIi.: "eIDP.rtmco.: green: frame. 675. Kna metl Co.. 25 K
j YJlUvTY-hi ii. I ment. We fix 1 ..nl.Dd'C.n make. 4.non'l, tub. sla Phone
equal of men: In other words Libby Freeman. 711 W $42.30 Pie 2-311.
1H. Baby t iUcr -Child Care ph. 4014. InTites you to see them pair Shop. 48 W. delivery and Installation. Con.nlt ,I Church St. 40J Smth-Wlln.: 9751, Ot.tl.n. KITCHEN
for beauty culture. Hilda Monck. ; she has great a "learningcapacity" terms. Willard Kelser. .- SL"KS-i and kerosene
BUDDING-Trees a BABY CRIBS-Youth beds: band- FURNITURE-Unused. Used, hot 15. 20 .>
WOMAN AVAILABLE: for sitting VivIan Lawrence. Margaret Wbadde.McCrory for mechanics tre_Block. Colonialtown: dial 5136. .bU b.t.
elderly people and I Bid,.. ..pat.IrLGDE"BUt1TYSHOP8l11cla. tract or tree. a I i nettes. : Thayer carriages and play and Indifferent ran be ..1. deep freezers ID. ft.. us* our
with children. 410 Magnolia I mation phone 2-1976- I I ,I I man. I I 1 ATTIC FANo-Prepare forh.. hot ,I pens. Youth Onter., _66 N.Oran_ from Slather of Orlando. the homeof easy budle plan. Wyckoffs Row
invalids. Evenings. ,
Summer months
I dos by; Installing .n'I
Ave, pnone 8578. (j je I croups of new permanent (IS: CONCRETE FLOORS I In your home. We will also I BOILER-10 h. p : Ray; NoTl oft i I II friendly! furniture: 56 E. Cburh.LT&tIOPAPR. 2.24 ah._ _ _
WOMAN AVAILABLE to sit with children -I cold. waves complete *10; $12 50 machine atepa. base. etc. ; I ;,c..n the complete installation. I I burnei. and Cijsell boiler returns i I! ; roll I ICE REFRIGERATOR adding machine
elderly people afternoons wares (6.95; 204 8. Main. 665 years In business. 19. Services Offered j t- beverage coolers. 15.4 with full automatic controls. Mac- ; ; bathinetie; pleas telephone
Winter Park C. W. Nldy. Winter I: ft. capacity. Orlando Appliance duff Cleaners. 204 corner eve drip-Mills ft Nebraska." 1855.
evenings. See me at i
or JEWEL CHARM SALON Specials! : .e..o i
j I INSTALLED and 1 Inc. 210 N. Orange. 4537. I Rosalind Phone 2-1060. _ Firestone ( IRRIGATING
Circle. Mrs. Wbeeler. I tli cold ..n.. (10. SIS Shelton SEPTIC TANS Phne I FOOD FREEZER- upright PLANT-mplet. 2
ROADS BUILT _
CLAY |
YOUNG LADY-To alt with children. I machine permanent S7.50; S12 50 paving with I I Cleaned. approved2O years 1 APARTMENT !QuiMNT- CIOAREE-UGH Rons. I cUbiC feet. Great Southern Stores. priced OOO ft pip. pu"p
Nights after 5 p.m. Box 204 S-Star. machinel-M S 8.60; Uelene Curtis coil Work Guaranteed. I In basinetsAltermatt.. 87317 ranges, Luinex 692 N. Orsnge._ _ _ Sin nat. Hawthorne. Dross,
I wares (10 and a p. All work guaran- ton. Inc. Phone. I I STRACK'S SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY i sink erl"e.to cabinets and stove. I, H..r.n'. u.n. 27 W. Church. FRUIT BASKBTS -Bushel and V _ _ _
11. bpejctal .Notice teed. 506 W. Amelia Ave. Phone 9964. open for your convenience Monday. las water heaters. wail CANOE Old Town just arrived I bushel flat bottom shipping LOUVERS-Steeb I2xl( In. with
I MARINELLO BEAUTY SHOP-New CABINET AND Wednesday; and Friday nights until 9 type; gas be.ter. Modern App!I I ended. double ended and Feed Co.. 300 W. Robinson. screen. (2 e.ch Horn insulation
I
AMANDA BRADFORD Psychic reading location. 128 Magnolia. SpecIalIzing Mills order and Central Nebraska.CONTRACT Flo. I P M. 31S W. WashIngton: dial 6924. I ances. Inc.. 428 N. Or.ne; 1-21. I:,i Sponson: 11. 13. 16. 17 ana ;: ph. 5663. _ (53 Oracg A e- Fart Fla.
Wed. 561 West CoInmbia i 18-ft.: Pin c 'te1Bo & Conm -
: circle 2:30 Phone AQUELL's-The best paint for FLUORESCENT'FIXTURES.
la Cold Wares and facials. SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS I masonry. I' -
A.ePb. 22331.ucgcAiuiNRQom. .434$. I i pert. Singer Sewing -E Makes it watertisht. Cheapest met Ion Co. F.. )I' 20 watts (4 95: chrome 595..4. I I
604. Florida MATE QUINS BEAUTY SHOPI I homes and repairs I I Co. Be 7334. I In long run. Smyth; Lumber Co.. N. CABINET 5K2 in. at (99 50f Fair Store. 10 W. Church. r UNOLTTJM-"GOLD SEAL-
bd.perlD.DeDtI" : i buildings of any Orange and and 54 50
: completewith
Superflona f
Bank Building. I
I I I
Pine Castle: Sprint specials on permanent Full. d. 39 E. i I : everyBnrke Rllo.d.I FENCE POSTS. Cypress; 7 ft long.
removed. Phone 44O6.ADVICB ware SS up: .specialism m I I I' ..c-----.i----- : I ASBESTOS bTONEWALL BOARD. mixing faucets and drains S, 3 to 4 In butt. (15 per 100: 4 to An .1 run and by the urc S
raychio readinsa aailyi I facials bleaching tinting. P6.6425. I II IPRLPPRING CLEANING AND Permanent resident; bonded.Insured The. a thousand U"- lect yours today.; Walter. J. S In. butt(25 per JO. Will cut any; :, lust arrie4.
circle Tuea._ 8 p.m. Thura. 2:30: ; SPEc Ls Ouaran- and carry prices | : Route 19. Boll 231: 2-O 78._ I Mills I Neb ..k.. Inc.. 61 E. Robinson length Ir size Llttletree Co ',

44 Vi W. Church BU Rm. 12. .Rev.M I teed, 617.50 Crime oil -permanent I nor money.Cleaners.Bring your 214 i ; I SEWINO RiPAIRrD I APPLIANCES Gas ranlP. gas water I Phone Winter Park 591.Fi _ I The Phone Home Stor. 11 N. Oranes An.
$ MACES
elite Cherry office phone. 708 I 10. 815 Crime wave. ''1.bO. Other I Vacuum makes. J. R be.ter. gas space heaters gas -New and osed. Pay I Iclb Z1.I
BOARD TOTJH RIDING horses at the permanents. 6.50 and up. Maya; CONCRETE WORK: HsrreU'x West Side Repair 410 W 1 steam kitchen ventilator I: and save 10 to 25 per cent en
Azalea Lodge Stable. CauelberrP.PIL Utopia Beauty Salon Phone 9725 walks. floors Gore phone 7795. f.D electric space heaters. home I your purchases. Baa* Furniture Co.. I
Kajoy, Tidbit clearly marked I Free parkins. cenced bonded: I MADE .oil and gas floor furnaces; CORNER CABINETS Solid marin. 625 W. Church St.. phone 5820. I I LAWN MOWER REPAIRS-Complete
I Co.. 8714 or 2-2206 SLIP COVERS CUSTOM : -i gany. individually (60 I stock repair pane Eclipse and
scenle trails. Phone Winter Park. and space heaters Modern Appli1 COD.trcted fO
curtains. Irene Rouse as is. One Norse
RAYS 5SPARLORAll types' CONCRETE : ; ; I drapes 1 up. unfinished. FPIGIDAIE15 EcUpae-made lawn mowers Knox
8174-W. f c ,_ 1 1BARBER I' permanent waves. Pre-heat and Aver 2202'aEdscwster. 7738. aD.s. Inc.. 428-3O N. Or.Dle. ph. 'LI Is. Merrill De.r' biores Phone 7-3163.
ever. Walks i ispecialty 2-2514. _____ Post Oil'ire. Fern Park I Co:251n
: SKRVICK! chairs ready M I 4122
cold waves a specialty. Dial ; I TREE Winch srrvlre.
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free | SURER LAWN
serve yon with fast efficient service -,,38 .:. Pine (inc: place only. ', ham Concrete.steps:1622 IDORSs i licensed. Free ,vLl- ARMY SOROLU3 GDu.double FUR JACE-D..le 1III. JoIOWEi'&N.. proven *-.
All Union shoo. We elate at 6JO I anytime J. II. Anderson. Fb deck beds co.forta. bl..et., new. a uy. model up.
East Bid Barber Shop. 60 s>. Cb.. cb. ( iih; I mates ; tarpaulins lufgate. .. stock the JosephKaruware JU
11 bcbools ana Instruction : 2.2524: H. E McOlnnls. Ph. B469 Cnrland Ave.. WlntP Park or pa pa... .
8v.8xl6
store fixtures book I I vage.46E. Churrh.Ii CEMENT BLOCKS. : W. Chu
INCOME TAX return prepared. Reasonable ; _ I 112,01 Winter Park 335W.
rates. Strictly confidential. ACCOUNTOJa. engineering. Bleb types of repair and : TPERMATZJN and kitch, li"MODLM"&o;; sod ..eI i i!' well E.eare 15. Ph.and 6O1.ceot FOB FILING CABINE-r..er. condition N-RuHd .ull 18"x24"
Malcolm B. RontU 23 W. Church St. I School International Correspond- Undo Woodcraft : ; I I rail! yard: I as : ',' be.rD. .I. new, (10 glass
backed nut proof: cant
Phone &&'15. Open -'DlftC&. cues Schools: local representative.L ton. | en.crack Steel buckle or Free estlmttM roads. :inIB cars and bests. Haley's. ;i CAMERA 5Aclaturespeed graphic cent flood n.lUht (20; J'Iuon.333 Jars. 1408 O.kr .
INCOME TAX-B. Sure-Get anlesal 0. Rowe. Boa 2974: phone 9282 :i El ECTRIC IRONS- |, Call 2.4K12 cra. 214 N.OraDle.lhoDe16. I with .(essne.120"Pb"e 651S. W Wsshtnston St. .1 2-299 LUMBER Everything in buIlding

deductions! Call 22S73.Mail- REAL ESTATE LAW and practice built. Elements I I. Trimmed and : -42 -In. CASH REGISTER-NationaL 1 total! FRUIT JUICERS-Several types. 2 lumber and wood Colonial Lumber -
Ue-Moaday.' Bookkeeping ft Tax preparation for broker and sales :! service. Bumby TRiA US John Newton AIIC Fi Home ID.ul.ton Co.. 953 I machine. C.I 2-2197. and .. Knox Stores Co.. 23 (. Cheney Highway.- Ph 2-142

S.rvlf*._44S, W. Church. '_ man. New classes start first of year Church St. 'i 11& Plu phone 2-1147. I Or.11 Ave ph. Park 703 CHAIRS for dining room; 6- Duncan P tie. Fhone 2-316. I3T1IL-WOO4 plaster; by the 1000
Cone to office and sign UP for I I FURNITURE or Orlando 6890. Phyte; mahogany. Price Call I I or car loadlo.s Pb. 5163.
MURIEL UaR-8plrltu.nat LieS ; UPHOLZTEHIZ4O-SllPcovers, ref in- 1. FREEZERS-Deep Frees and York.
dium. Readings daily. 2613 &. Wa. -' scholarship. School of Real EstateLaw. I finishing: j I' Ishing. We can without obligationCall 2-4184. _ _ Two sizes. Modern Inc. LAWN MOWJ. hedge eUpparg.
melon Bt. Circles Thursday S P.sa.. 139 E. Pin ph. 6566. :I' other fellow didn't Ingrain-Brown. 418 W. Central. ALUMINUM CASEMENT WINDOWS I CIRCULATING FIRE-PLACES; He.U:, 428 N. Orange Ave. AIU.DC. prnln. sprinkling cal

Ph. 2- 601. 16. Travel Information Ire. Washington.us. Something :: I i iE. ; 2-0006 or 2-2353. lators and DoT.nn. FLORENCE STOVE-5-burner. Maple bO; Wkofr Hdw. 2S24 Kuhl.LAV ._
SPENCER SUPPORT Individually] SERVICE Free es -Made of heavy extruded sections slses I procure f Neb baby's high C'h.lr steel bed. A1 OKIES Bath tub*. closets
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designed. Phone 2-3506. Mrs. 8. J.' DRIVING ....eon. Georgia. Thursday : FLOOR SANDING" I ; I j I UPBOLTEINO. EI.rt workmanship. I cadmium I ka_. sprints and ,G m.Un. 217 sod: cabinet unto, for Ime.delne"
ing. waxing.I and come complete with largest stock In
Reasonable. W Orlando
Warren. 1202 E. Wsihinstea. p.m. room for two; phone 6381.I I Choice of and tapestries. CHAR. Cane seats. tOldo
Bill Champion. facing Co. gives : RUM Mattrrrs Co.. 1122 W. Church. i at Marie's Restaur -'' caste or terms: 36 months
SWEDISH AND- VEDICALlassagesSlenderising I I' .tn FIREPLACE EQUIPMENT items
i faction. Experienced plated An standard sizes In Trail Libby P 711 W. Churrn
;. cabinet bath; treatments 1 HAVANA and Nassau by boat or ed and bonded: Fhone 2221.VEN ar"l. I nt, 1647 S. Orange Blossom .t 20* reduced price. Smith Lumber -, .0 .m.D.
for arthritis and neuritis. Miss plan Call Orlando Travel Service. Under new j I BLINDS RPAI and' stock now for immedist delivery. No CELLO SIDING-The perfect board Co.. N. Orange and Railroad. 1 LUMBER-Fine and cypress framing.
Gilbert registered masseuse, 1206 W. 1118 E. Central: dial 9504. fen. 18C9 N. :::: i : em for exterior use Proven satisfac FURNITURE studio and sOdium; phone 2-1147 lo In.I
'Ysle. 2-2111. Ladlrs only. ""* ployes. Orlando Venetian Blind Mig. rust! No No upkeep! Truly : tory. Smyth; Lumber Co.. N. Orange couch: porch Lnoleu desk: I, form.uD or 116 Irvin St.
TO ALL REALTORS property I 11. hauLing and Moving I FURNITURE stored. Choice of I' Co.. 1739 8. Kuhl: 8059. I p.IDtnl and Railroad.CASHNEGISTERS. clothe closet metal e.blnet Coeh- I

Northwest corner of 32nd. St. and finishes. Russ WASHING I I. lIfetIme window and the cost is : Florida Cash ran Furniture.lOiS Ch..rh 6t. LUMBER-Well dried long leaf pine;
: REPAEP.
Orange Blouom.n.u is not for sale (:HERTZ DRrVsVUR-SELF-aYSTXM I Church. Phone I W* repair WAC I I ReeUter. Ohner AcenU sales.! aerv- GAS RANGES-For bottled gas and framing n.. hosed supply
I Rent truck by the boor day or I :; I eJ' window. Ire. supplies. 220 S. Main: 8850. I of fine cypress for door end window
at any price. Not listed for sale alter a I *. We reflnlsb. work guaran less than a steel Wldeott city gus. Full sue. Walter J. Wilcox
Feb. 13th. Mr.. R. T. Brmuoo.YIAYI ....... Pickup or coke. _r. .O* M FURNITURI teed. Caldwel Hams Repair Serv- I CIRCULATINQ HEATERS fuel oil: frames Quick delivery. C a I
tered. male It Inc. 61
Oranse. Phone 2-4064. W. Ice. 707 N. Mills; 2-1972. Inc.. 100 W. Phone I E Robln. opposite Post- Stewart U at 712.
2-21121.
PRODUCTS: lit MetcalfBids. > I a vet, low rout and : AlDel. II Forene.: for homes and busllel. office.
(453 from 9:30: ..IIL te .:30 AZRO: MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO.- nice materials. : i iI II i WELL us drill your I J. WUcox. .. I .
p m Rat..bt appointment.W. Lone distance movinc. Call Joiner I 1015 W. Church: I II : : DBGL' pump for Bits Stanley planes: i I 169.5. opposite Postoftice.i GASOLINE ENGINES-Clinton Hi MATTRESSES-Kantwet; for cribs.
ael ANVIL: AUGER : H-P aU '
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and Stars service for free air-cooled purpose
Van ; (10.95. See at Youth Center MI
P. KELLY. Registered Surveyor. estimates; also local moving storage I FLOOR SANDING. I, or Irrigation. Easy payments pipe cutters and wrenches. : metal ,i i, COOKING UTENSILS good stock Florid Pipe & Supply Co.. .nwne. North Orange Ave.
9 Church and Main Arcade. Phone packing crating and shipping. 1400 I Prompt service. i I II nothing down. 38 moat to pay. lathe with motor; electric drill; post I i I aluminum stainless steel. enameL Church St.. phone 6118. I I
Belmany Well Pump gasoline engine; Evm- and genuine Pyrex ware. Knox Stores C. Hotpotnt. 35. Apply
6346. I portable power DrIUna drill; Lauson MNGL.
Division ph. 7988.
8. : 1935. Skilled Supply. Winter Rd.. 1 mil rude kicker; vice: air compressor with I II I I Co. 25 E. Pine. Phone. 2-3183. GAS HEATERS Dearborn space 107. Tropical HouL
!z. Lost and Found ALLIED VAN LINES. INC.-Nation's bonded: insnred. east of Orb Vista.Orlando. 7087. I I motor. tank gauges and spray gun: ', CLOSETS-Plumbing fixtures; coc.I .- I 1 608?'N.*'*". Orlando Sales is Service. K..lmmee.KJALCORUR. _ _
largest movers of household goods faelng.CoPhone I tank: apartment sas stove; Or.na. dial 2-59. !
Pr.toUte I plete with fittings: delivery BEAD-Metal
BONNET-CAP LOST: matches child's Call Fidelity Storage ft Warehouse FURNITURE WASHNG-WAC RAR Circulator; sas .,0 elecI cash or Imedi.t. andI GARDEN HOSE in 25 ft. and 50 ft. .teel-ell: Joint. lth''i
coat. edged la white reward. Co. for free estimates on your Ions : j .. WestSide I gasoline china lengtba. Great Southern Store. $92 ..
: rose ; isbed like new. I II sonable rate 1. R. H. en' I, trie heaters: I I Freeman. Iii W. church St. I Lumber Co.. N. Orsnee and RaolroadMATTRESaES.
Call 7893.BILLFOLD. distance moving. 56-61 W. JacksonSt. 410 W. Gore Ave.. 1'1U. cabinet; ; rugs: sewing machine N. Orange Ave.
Repair.
j .. Phone 23184.XNOLLJNBERO'S. order TlndaU Seet.r Room Suite; 'j CLARINET-Selmer. wood; good twin aD-l-al..",
LOST-Brown near N. I: Orange; Call 8546. I| | WASHING MACHINE 8ERVlCf-1 ; ; Livins book ; I ditlon. Also Setchel-Carlson il : GAS CIRCULATING HEATE"ivent floor samples ;
: Local moving I I suite dressers; cases re.e
Garland. Driver's license and personal ; !I FURNITURI- I'I! final M.ytl service: Bedroom ; odd tube : like new. 1103 Adams A' I : excellent condition: can beI coil springs in .tl. up. War-
"'Hn..Ifv' fit teethe-- afe., '?.pWNllnl., parking. Also : : I liver. Radio Service ( I porch swing; fireless coole .dl I i seen at 608 Anderson St._ ren's. Winter .
demothed I Del 17 du _
tare who was killed overseas. Last isnai lr Ue cber'. Lone Distance cleaned I ). Winter Park dishes: coffee cups 5 I DRAWING PENCILS. 6.
thing he sent to Finder pleasecall Moving. lOa Macy St. Dial 4965, i I Kleentse. Featuring !t to ColonyTheater rocker: easy; chairs: trunks: trailer: I I horn 6B softest to 9R hardest; (1 GAS STOVE. Oriole. 820: 6 drape MARVEL PUNCH. 2-b.. (3 jl.
me. 1 Ph. I REPAIRS Stumrv- medium green ., flowered .
ln discovery. WASHING MACHINE office 4 station; Larse dozen Check with George .clrouDd Check with George 1
R.wlr&Place iV'NM..... full loadto Intereom.Se
9860. LAR or part I
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Airmatt 1 FLOOR SANDING; I Service on all makes all worklu.r.nt irisidaire: piano; kitchen sink: Large 13 S. M.tnSe_ Phone 81S8. 204.GARBAGECAN82 I.I St. phone 8158.MCDIC1NK
N. Y paints en route. I
list United.; 943 8. 60th 8'.. New 1 lie .: lmU : Al Wiggins. 2014 K I I electric fan lee a oi. or attic, light DINING ROOM SUITE-Solid oak. gallon capacity": CABINETS met.l b.u
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York. Circle 7-3191. experience: od : phone 8247. fixtures: coffee urn. wattle iron for I (150: also baby bed. complete with 8ther. Store. 692 room and kitchen
guaranteed: licensed LOADS WANTED to Tampa and I C. R. Bnrke. 7851. : now be open Monday.; Wednesdayand baby ben; lawn mover (85O; storecounters I 2-13. GASHEATER.-30 229 -
Single gallon GRINDER-Used. Good eondi.
vicinity and return. Fidelity; Storage -I ; show cases; wall cases for DESKS pde.t.L t.Dk MAT
it Warehouse Co.. telephone I GARDENING I Friday nights until 9 p mStrack's radios typists models. deliver S Main St bee at 390 M. Orange Ave
phonograph ;
demos store: ; I
Self Service Laundry, 318 W.Washington.
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I log weather : Business Equip. Co. 390 K.I telephone
2-31(4. I
I 6924. revolvers; new 38 S. and W.; McCas- Forid. I 544.
that it is necessary 5454.'DINKG i
LONG DISTANCE MOVING Ail key; account file; banjo; drum; S.lto I MEAT DISPLAY CA. fixture by
points. Packing crating local moving. -i properly l to avoid phone; baritone; violin, cl.nae; I"i FOUNAKeIYin.torI GASOLINE MOTORS Wisconsin. S Tyler Plt.. : W. Central.General .
Yom Suddath Moving .z Storage Co. I rates are very. 31. Good Things to Eat tar; binoculars; fish : I themosta. h.p 4 h p.. 6 h p. in stork. High- Cooling and Heating Co
-' 115 W. Columbia. Phone 8154. i I W. C. Fraae.- iSiS out of psan Suits. overcoats: Hardware. 102 way; Equipment .Supply Co- lOts MOlORBIitE .- motor-just
VETERAN WITH TRUCK desires 1 HOUSES WASHED FOZE CSTART. old fash W.tebe. clocks shotguns and many DIESEL ENGINES and power units W. Church SLGALVANIED .ve $W> _2-OB78.
: inside plenty of .. selL Mac- b.a
dow also to
i ; other Al priced for agricultural and Industrial In-
short hauling epulpped to haul |
Want-Ad : I MOVIES for the Hosoe-New Parade
paint Job. fresn at Laney's. 145 N. Orange koy's.; 4O6 Church St. *
furniture lumber cement blocks or | .. !, stsllstion. Florida Pipe & SupplyCo. adventure travel comics.Bowttesds .
.. what have you. Ph. 2-0271. j I floors our specialty. Ave. ARTIST SUPPLTeU sets and .. 630 W Church: Phone 6118. WASH T. scrub Camera Shop; 1039 N.
"' REPAIRS i i iI for preserving. Order colors colors ,, wash clotheslines
: WALLET FOUND=Of Mrs. Ornbaum | HOME KUMQUAT : '; ELECTRIC WATER BEATERS-In aU Orange; can 2-1515.
The I caulking: windows i B.mb Groves. Please esselssn d canvas t Gliddens. i popular sizes at attractive prices clothes pins. Wyckoffs Hdw.
eaner please call at 13 W. WssttIngton : : I I IASBES
MAIL BOXES Collins visible glass
I 1 2524 -
tied screens. e I Winter Kuhl. I
St. I! c.1 868W.ORANGE8RAPEFUT. SIDING and metal ; Walter J. Wilcox Inc.. 61 J Robinson
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I mail boxes, (1.99. Knox Stores Co.
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Licensed. Bonded.
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ripe: siding knotty pine Ave.. opposite GOLFCLUSS-13 matched Irons 4
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WI: MOVE and store fine furniture t WASHED. bu.. 60c I Potoflee.ECTRIC I wood and leather bag: (110 call I i 2 E. Pine. Phone 2-318.
Easy1; t HOUSES .e.t. elmg-Mills Neb .sl. _ .- ;
: and rugs. Howard Van & Storage I the public only I I and (1 bans. We ahi. bushels. (229 white .-In. RANO"WeUn.. Last R. E. Wllt.4656 from ( to t a III.WWARJ :I HAILS In popular *.(12 p
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Co.. 1109 Church ph. 4217. <
W. :653 JeferI
derived from.steam I II .Iu. express. C. evene. Grower ABETO-SIU.G. 33 W. St. selection keg. Also 3x6 ft. 8-in Ot
.' WANTED PART LOADS to or from I would have it done. i, W. Par Ave.. dial 2-3554. Grant phone 2-2957. D.t I ; etc 1127 17tn 0%. Phone r7I2.i .
Wayu v. ...., Chicago or: en route. February 28. 1 paint and beauty: I :: !, :, PRIV Of1 ELECTRIC, IRONS-Automatic Proctor. control I Knox S( re. Co., 23 K. Pin*. Phone ,i NEPTUNE OUTBOARD 1.1 Vs.I .
;.'t milord van es Storage Co. phone I i able looks like a I t AU-RER-HPE AUTOMOSILERADIO-Philzo. Brand I UDlnr.. .. ", 102 W. S.mn.BumbF I 23163.G. I I 3. 8* N-?; &c.Unn:
'it., ; 1 | new. any car. $45. Silver-
S286. 133 N. Main. Steam Home W your supply and strengthen your Al Curh. '1 sold on convenient terms .
1
tone SALES-Work benches. (5 and
portable new
Dial""'" WEEKLY VAN SERVICE In ale j' 2-3625. i; i'1 position by owning the "extra warm" batteries. 35. .dlo at Davis new.Paint I ELECTRIC broiler RO.oSTERuDh: 10. Steel closet. (10 and (15 Hdw, 2324 KalI
clean furniture vans to Tampa. HUGHEY'S: GAS I grove described In "Indian River extra s I Shoes. (2M and office
and bhop. ;
Jacksonville Miami and other Florida I ice and attic fan warm grove' under Groves For By 5.BumbyANTIQUES 2-187. (3 up New. D. (20 each ch.ln. .. I NAILS-16 common. lOg per
4161 points. Call Orlando Transfer for estimates: : Sale Column. Kershaw Agency Phone -China rayo shades aler ELECTRIC IONS 1 45. Electric: roll roofing shingles rae and asbestos I[ galvanized. I2'e per Ib. lellh:

and Slor.... 7510. Agents for Gel- I and root repairs of I 44. Cocoa. Florida._ _ ling liquer set; china. Silver toasters. Hot pl.tes II 7 Smith's left side of Winter Osrde Isst. Buy all ;you want .
loway Transfer Btorsge.DEEMS : W done in our shop. T The Fair Store. 10 W. Church. .
HEATERS: K START SHIPPING again. Post. 210: W. Chu Weae'. .i Reed west of Rsymond'a. I| ply Co 211 Butt St. phone '
DELIVERY Service phone I Other appliance < I Temples. Kings. Pineapples. Not ELECTRIC HEATERS few lft
7673; light moving and hauling. guaranteed." R .N. I frozen. C.I., Leon The Fruit Man LEVERAGE COOL 'J' long. 18" l (6 75 and up. Knox Stores Co.. GAS RAJ.-GK-709 Virginia Dr. I
very lead insured reasonable rates. or 2-3021. Day or

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PAGE 14. WED FEB. 19. 1947 SHOW CASE fo sale; .- .o order; Dickerhjff.: first rait ab I' oTAOI SPRINGS-Home and I ty CLAUIH CALLAN loan I GUILLEN I' MARKS ST. Beatfu 2-bedroom SUE City Limits. lust out-] dry D C. 2-story frame: j : bungalow. 9 I
can be seen at M2 'uc ctl. ut Larte lot. and bata; classed I in I porch Furnished wka almost new
. Street J JSTEEL i of Foret Lt. Academy or ph. 3644. bedroom; 2 baths. Very nicely I Owner taunt toss at $11.SOO Wit notch: lights, city water; partly fur- 11nished. furniture 3OO ft. off Orange Bloaiosfi

,[Coot from Preceding Facet I to FARM MULE or trade.Larte nished. Price reduced to 822.500.iiuckclO4eal. Bros. Brokers; 824 N. Mill 2.11. Immediate possession. $32uu. | Tra and bus .orange trees. Rea.
WOOL In pad form. 000 fo .
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I number 3; also lOc household packet lu. (or ama mu. Ib.O1o Inson; dial Ratr & MAGNOLIA AND GRANADA Am O.ne'. S.l. b.u 1404 E. a possession.* owner must$4800.to North lotnediate -

13 Articles for Sale la pad*. Knox Store e 2& $ A. Dd. 23$3. I selling this .urcU.e t..lo In.tD.8U W."j 19th St. 1326 W

l1ne. Phone 2-3U3. HORSE With addle and BEVY SHORES-We offer you II, home facing on Cour.lt 8ECTION-Large er- _ _
JTTJT CRACKERS-.Hand-ecrew type. BIG the best built homes ninety feet frontage ; nice four I QUITTING BUSINESS-Just outside

Me. Knox Sura Co25. &Pine- STEP IUA ae choice of i Street. 1.de 2005 Chamberlia OIDdo There art 3 D bo.1 II I I Ave.. and has been coned 0 for bust- and.r lat I. price a. rol. the city. Real Ett Office a .
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Phone C. 1.8 ad u StoresCo. ness affording unusual opportunity I Sam Ha Broker pit. ; \home, business lot
130.OtA wt We b.t" i BI.It
Pa.. Pa. 2-3163. i W HORSE-and mule. 2 ... lt design. Large I for business or a professional tors- I 25". ,; Your terms. Possession at once D.
MOTOR Mew 147 | Usa Home 1 ,Moore phone 3787 or 6430
Tile furnhed.
one 4 gallon. W. E. chapman. lt rof. A : O. J. Roude-
L.ukep.
Sinter portable
SrWTNQ MACHTNX- ; :I Qua
4.2 Tonunie Thomp both SUBURBAN 2-bedroom tram
home at 103 Granada j
Ca.l. I.p Court.
I 3. Vlneland Road. i build list
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Lace
Bnl _U corner Oi I e. b N 218 Park A.e Walter W. Rose Inv. Co. 49 N. pree. house Just outside city lmit Water I I HOMEJKRLt u (01

and Wac. S a-l0 sheets, 4x8; 7c I YOUNG I COW for sale. H mile Ave. Oa M.nr office 3356 N. NORTH SIDE-(Near Orange Ave.). and light Lot lOOx2> lurase
Inquire after 10 I west Radio Station offWinter Orange I F.me. 2 bedrooms and sleeping S. Jane BrosBroker, < Ave. Phone 7234
MOTOR S Johnson I p fo .
I.p. I .... In A-l .
OtA Garden Road. Adam BliexlnskL ,
729 12 BUb 23 75$9 j
model HOUSE AND
D C BEVERLY SHORES : i0eIr5tne'n Johnson. FURNITURE-With 4V
Pi. I TRACTOR McCormick Deerinc.Farmall. build? Better see this .IU. .t I -Specialiung STETSON AV1 803 W.-3-room f acre $55OO. Rt- 4. Box 681. Dean
Model F12: double ferine. A I Homes" 8.11 1 I home Oak ; tile (floor I ) bath j 1 1Lifetime Road. 8 miles out Cheney Highway
2Vi disc cultivator and 40. Pet Stock and man Ia..lo. per- I i
barrow Supplies b
OtA MOB I I I feet I roof. 8790O with good terms.'ibelina j W. M. Myers _ _
$700. fe mil east Pin* NORTHEAST
Tent J. 0 Tepl Rid.. Rd. Zimmermac.TRACTORInternational O COCKER by contractor : bedrooms. 2 I built- A nice 2..dro'ban..I. KID .ld with H. F. Roland.Realtor. NEW HOUSES-Ready for occupancy.
IDQur. SA P1 baths in lH comer I 532 N. Orange: dial 2-4551. I Under $8 OOO. 2-bedroom concrete
PUMPS-Euro and Myers. W. A. I Harvester. .r r baf. 1 cove : : td-p- I l. bt .tret P. la. tiled 1 blocs, a.1 priority FilL montages.
415 W. RobInson WD A-l seen to : central h SOUTHEAST-Attractive furnished 2-
Ave. 9; on steel rear r.l b..u ceiling .t automatic :
C. .bl and
.O. H. F. Senior electric $33 per month covers all chane
condition; has Just been .pprelt. Lee LTe water heater and bedroom house. Excellent condi-

72.JWE I Aat fo I o.erhaule. Pon. '2-1. ur firSt/Of'o' St, at Cot I i dea. room Foyer with and Iktue m.1 window -. I I chover SSoOO. 'er.Venetian Jamerson blind and Unfurnished Carter.Carterri9S16 \oa Imm.e'.te oeap.n r.or A real 2OOO' Formosa Harmon Ave Call. Sharpe.between 2-O409.Clay Stand ,

TYPEWRITERS Priced French lane i9.0. Mr.V a c.u
f.r clI t ..te flepl.e dor. I'I'p.n.le Cenu 1 NEW BOM2.S---fioodlocatjons.
w.tt .zot. or a I reasonably. Florida .& COCKER SPA PUPS- weeks < screened pr at rear dlnuit "O manly little Junior Folks around here like to i : .E : Rd. 2524 KuhL Co 390 N. Orange. 5454. old. champion stock room. kitchen. Commodious the 1' SUBURBAN-Just outside city limits I
Wekof'
l lc.re I moe. he pushed a thief punished. He seems NORTHWEST .By 5 ) I some to build. $7.400. SOO down, balance
see tow
Gospel 16x50 and Phone cupboardsthroughout hs ate i owner. rooms. I street;
price TENTS living. t"e.
FAINT on Sale at reasonable or 2-31. Bedroom furnishings and a mud pud- i I I bath heater space: Insulated roof: frame ..P..O. large .ubDU.l first mortcase. Everyone ellxibleCali
Cple stock UhadlD t small Morgan's Salvage. FOOD. Kibble and Z-cel: dot I it low down. But they figure asbestos plenty Joe with Veterans' Real Estate
and I. D kitchen equipment Included in price. I still mad at i.s acnl shade: some bath; very good condition; Winter
Al die. but Ma fruit. Atency 29 S Court. 2-4481
.I. nt and supplies. Orlando Phone 2-2889
Pit 8tr. 407 8. O.. 1378. TRAPS Several else*. animal traps.35c X remel.8tre. 12.5.Pde. Immel.t del.n.. W.ln Mrs. Smith for falsely .accusin' just unfortunate i one man NORTHEAST P 1.0. i Park .school Unfurnished bus; priced S7.8.fisrnishrd$9Oslo. Ask for BUY THIS'HOME and be wen pleased
Ratr.
BRUSHES good stock of and U. Knox Store C. 2 1 OrDe. I i I two-bedroom SECON-Att.cUn. H-844. Harold V. with your purchase. Semi-bun
IAUi- I kills another j
2-3163. 10 of it. I R.lM.8RooR.ble
Pine. H
quality IrU ptud E PoD TPA PH-AQau t Pbor.1 I h Pre-war constructIon Complete.withmodern 37 E. CentraL 6137. j !low: frame. S-rooms: 2 screened
Tarnish Ir X" 1- TRACTORS-Grove on rubber .aUon .Da COLONIALTOWIt porches furnished Air coolin system
Co., 23 E. tp C. Bill. Orange A. Winter tore*, school and bus. Just furD&are. Well J.te. large 1 well built I j
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Pn. PD 23113. Maasey Harris Cu Choice completed 51. Houses for I I'I 51. Houses for Sale I lot. and :I : 2-car tarate. Lot 150x147. 43
phone
tarate.
outside white best- trade $700. J. E. Hsyes. Eustl 11 and ready to occupy. Attrac I Sal D.P.at appointment. I' tots :' Valencia orantcs. few pineapples.
unfurnished furnished
IA put .Dle ft and Hk VENETIAN. tive bath 3bdr bungalow with tile Near Brand ne.1 frame M./ 8-.Ver. .. ;29 Church rante. automatic or water : wit. Yield approximately $300 in fruit
B I.Duatu
41. Poultry and and attached 'I CLNTW. E .
Supplies
la 08 f. l.r..e.1 d bungalow .AMO SECON- I S. Phone 7833. Phone for an appointment. Ask for
electric oil
IGt Metl $ .. with Alien I II bun.lo.; furled. good rerar.tor; heat and all Rumbauih with Fred L HallBroker.
Logan metal latfce 7-day delivery. Wood- and completely furnished: 2 NEW Mr.
POWER TOOLS. I II nicely '
with HAMPSHIRE : good neighborhood -
son. Realtor. 140
' DW.l Tor ry. Blind measured and-Installed BABY CHICKS-Tuxedo Feed Store -Specialising In o Orange." ; 8612 screened porches; tiled bath; u.h.lt conello.. .r.asn.bl Broker. 2-1747. completely A\-A cu. neear. quick possession ph. Sanlord : 150 Park Ave Winter Part,
a&.pn U. 8. Pullorlum I ter.
tl pbl I within 73 mile* of Orlando. Estimate 906 W. phone 2-2821 om. \ : I I tiled n. near .tre. ehuhe. home. Gas farse. and wa 604-W. phone 342. _
drills screw without Orlando C. COLLEGE PARK- want to live ter heater. 1 twin i! 'OPEN FOR INSPECTION Today 2 to
VeaUa bu lea bedroom
J. D. Pease. P 3753. d Mo'.adn Dr.. Blind Iff o1.Uoa.. 138 I. Kuhl; 88. BABY CC U. a IrU tested ..1 this the section you should in.tl I to $ balance KALEY AVE.-443 E. Corner lot. condition. Large lot. An excellent.ult. Fine buy SUBURBAN-2-lots Bungalow.or 3-bedrooms Near; '': 3 p.m.. 3305 Harrison St. Just S

PIANO Baldwin BLINDS-Window shades delivery. bou. are ofela I This I a real .t.1 art no I for Call Ra Lennon ..oer. 2..ere. block from Dubsdread Golf Course
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"k futuo 10.0. buy tot
rcpentU.. VEI lec.t. West The beautiful oak 5-room wlt can a
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W. yen' build and best 1 custom made and Fee Pot supplies to move 8teL city has .lat I Willis..lh J. M.tt" tr"1 bU.low 1 I; G. Mer. 2* W. w* lun r also with the property or 10aeres.6OO we have a most attractively furnished
N.
S9.0OO
Orlando Store. 6638.I in nice condition for
steel 8o. I bungalow
and used PI.D Robinson Music stock a. .Iulu or wooalinds. below the at $11.300 OO fully the pink of condition j ft. en lake. Herman Goodwin.Inc. .
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Co.. 53 M. O.D' .r 669 Cet Orlando.Winter 1$ LAYING HENS-(6) an! rooster. furnished. l.kt Rsy Holcomb with I I PARK-A modern b.uWufured I I NORTWEST-Her. is a house our'' Broker. 677 N. Orange; dial 9835or Come Winums.out Realtor.and see ft 21 today.W. Washington Marie

PIANOS Apartment alx* upright; (1. .. 1O9 E. Pine. COI UI1 Must seen ap .le.m.D enthusiastic 6660. j
For Information O'H.r.-More.
'45. no more Ob see Division I; 2 large b t b I I St.. phone 8106. .
finish like new; T. t J bun..I. fu I It is a two '
mahotany Street. bedroom bungalow SUBURBAN &
t dam COLLEGE PARK-West Princeton. A den. 2-car .. I -Some good Si>s: 8
Robinson Mule Co. 331 M. handsomely furnished bed Well b.t. on large beautiful prc.te. Immediate occupancy. with an extra large sun porch which J, room block shell. $2.100; 6 room I
ENETIAN Manufacturedin WANTED hens. fryer tb. could be used as a third sleeping i,;
133. BD JUTY room house .ho landscaped Handsomely furI f.me. 4 Iou 1.5 5 room block 2 Ii
PIANOS Knabe rand, luU& Met We pick up 1 yard and accent yon .r..ea. I space with one and a baths. $3,750; other inexpensive I ATTENTION. OX-
; ( availablenow hal
Shown
r1 possession. I.OCKIIART-3-bedroom ..r.l I
delivery. Wood Call Mr. Ue. 1 l led. R.c house on .The price. Includes '
the dU- pay and priced kitchen as a* ood ones. C. O. !
and cs. C.pm.a Poult- OO. CallUsegaret H. C. Jr. home .eU ( ,
rUe measured 4.1 B.bl three 25 equipment, I I have a brood new 5-bedroom
Blinds and 463 Iu A..oJ.kl b.rba and dinI I
a .
Broker.
as t. RobinsonMusic .n. 1.te Or.le 8. PI with with Robert R. Tyre. W I .I. h..te 2516 N. Orante. 5644.SEBRINO. Florida bunts-
pFm" O'H.r.-.ore Re.ltr. rambling.
-76 mile of : Inc room I stucco
OIDo. a.ti.t t .L oa a double lot.
C. 133. without Ob...Uoa. Turkey*-60c lb. 18-30 I. C SOc: 2-238. lo Pne.CLNILTGWN Washington 6174. and stores. Price 1725. has fruit I and nice lawn FLA.-2-story home of low. If you can qualify for a $9500

PAINTS Outside; Inside. R Blind Mfg., 1739 8. Kuhl; 6059. eggs Soc each. 3 chicks 0 101 only Bros.. Broker. 235 N. 7559. 1'thl. fcr $12.000. 00. Call B finest construction. 6 bedrooms I I! 0.! loan. call me at 2-4161 between

reputable painter; n pt 2Sc. Fall-villa Poultry room I I Moore.Hrsitor. 5 baths. Great, spacious rooms. Hard 6 and 8 P.m.
P.rl "r. 109 E. Pine.
32" .
BLINDS 28"
Wilson Leonard VEIN 30" 5927. modern bungalow front and LAKE IVANHOE SECTION- _2.28. floors. Furnished. May be I
B.nl.a C COLLEGE PARK--Special for Quick Atta
J Central; 2-28. 3" 36" wdt'with aluminum b.cl porches. 1 aruoe 30x140 sale-2-bedroom. brick bungalow tie cottage built Just bfore h.h NORT SIDE-2 bedroom frame-ba .o. duplex and has 2 completely I
: S< at TURKEYS Tender. too 1h1 Immediate I 2
PIPE. Johns-Manville for Iln. Ue fatr. young Fruit shade and nice I comfortably furnished excellent con Elon. S1 .10. screened Prbea equipped kitchens. Lot 85 ft. front- I miles out
.bb. HOUSES Two
NEW
'rat 739 Ave.; Christmas market weigh 8 to rooms. Well for yard wen built: a TWO
a
u.de.oe water maD Blind 858. Ibs. C.l O'Harra-Moore R.ltr. dition. Large. D..I, I.nc.pdIoune. 11.0.. 17.0.I see on paved street and 315 ft deep I 4 and 6 rooms. S240O and $2SOO
Frd. nde Venetian M.nafatan. Few large sites. C. D. Wilder E. Pine. doctor. ; .Broker. Can 4431 Harry Heath Broker opposite down to sand
630 W. 10 Immediately Vou. running pure I
Churh I .bt Inquire at 1870 Indiana
.I.ble. Rbt. Easy terms.
Pp Turkey Farms
days do- ; phone 6913. Theater In Colonlaltown. 8253.
highest trade. Vr BTe CITY LIMITS-Today's best buy In with Robert R. LAKEFRONT SUBURBAN beach on beautiful Rex Lke Ave.. Winter Park
PAI-wht.ut. alumInumsteel : TURKEYS-Now taking orders for a new 5-room Corner I ton 1 W. Washington; 6174. on one of the most L.t i I Fruit, shrubbery finest k.rll
"1 De t .1a DI Manufactured la our 0. and C. D. lot on bus line. 86500.. bottom lakes I | roundinss. An 3-ROOM house and tarase apartment
T .o eels put. Wilder JrTurkey I Johnson. near Orlando. Excellentswimming outaad'D. furnished close ia Priced
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Cash terms !I ;
eat .tr. or
t pr.. .2 fatn. 140 N. | NORTHWEST $18 In-
F.r. 6913. R.ltr. Orange; 8612.Spe and fishing from private .0.
da Broker. 331 N.
relL
Hampton
Fe. low Free to
Ck 1 per 10Dtb. atl.t. In Homes.. DELANEY ST.-Bert a 2-bromj dock. Surrounded by nice i Sammie Francisco.

PRUNING .HA selection adbill Ble Co. FROZEN HORSE-MEAT for pet*. GARDENS I home completely furnlhe. Chenault & Jennings. Inc., 672 ham.Or- ;I I year old. partly furnished horn*. I i room 4. Central Arcade; dial a.tr| Orange: 5013.VETERANS .

of It .ar bandied E.ley. phone -HdUs" In 1 and 2lb. refrigerator CLNI, water SECTION lent nel.bbrho. :0. easily II :I sour Phone 7234. I. .i l of 2 bdrma tile bath gas floor SOUTHEAST SECTION-7-room furnished | ANtI CIVIlIANS Weviii

aa. A8 prn WICKS-Por most all popular types p.cka 2Se lb. Brownies Kea furnished al.r be.tr. well tn.need. Sp'eeL" What Eletrle kitchen screened I house near Lake Davis. !I build on your lot or you may
saws. Knox Co 2&I oU be.tr and cook stoves. Knoxtores Mal. and Mainolta. C. C.price 813,750; cs. I I| Realty Co* 70;; LKEV-Lt Lawsona. Fishing porch owner leaving the city lot Price Let us show yon this !' select a desirable homesitc from our

Phone 231.IA.mplt .. E. Pne. Phone 2-3163. BRING YOUR POULTRY and ettt tr!. Gulelt Broker. N.!: Metealf Bldg. 23269.DUBSDREAD i I 1 te street. 115 ft.Olerlooking 1 Is 7S foot. Ask for the price .Ue 1 place. 18.. Price. Broker. 246 S. listings. Home and lot financed with

WINDOWS AU cypress standard us. Farmers Ett and t 2.14. lake. 2-story furnished Hall B.o Agency a.lt.r.112 N. I Orange Ave. Phone 'I a 100% GI or a 90% lilA loan.
for dellv- 629 N. Putr Mabt CAELERY-Bun..l. with 2- SECTION-Practically ,I Iae. : home with two apartments and one Orange Ave.. TeL 35.tDERHUDRIVEIrom Prompt and complete planning and
Bne end a 1 Hk *lx iet order. 41. on large r 2-bedroom furnished frame ; for o.n. Income around $10O per |!I house building service. Chenault A Jennines

ot. Also window and door frames t corner tot. Designed by J. O.mbl. bungalow.. Gas kitchen and [! mODth Excellent terms t qualified Telephone lnc6l2N. Oranse Ave. 7234
p.1t .1 a Dr ; 46. Houses for Rent he.t. I !
promp U. $6850. Look for 5987. neesl.o.
Exclusive
painting service on all 1120 Run our 8.a Yard nicely landscaped. Available b. with ltber. 1 ;
to
.rd.n Winter ,
m.tl.
1t bllh. ,. Courtney Realty I i' 7121._Tucker & BranhamInc. NORTUEAST--uburb. I WINDERMERK oU....
Offered _
April for sale
.. 34 & .ckea Phone 2-31. hone 9732. COLONIALTOWN SECTION rooms lt immediate I Park in one of its .r of al1 0 I. HOMES-Two 6-rootnj homes
furnished. 2-247. i to an estate for S9OOO. S3OOO ; LASALLE 1 tractive small estates b.... I luro\hf. &rr.n"e porch: shower:
W several Except for Until N. 2 bedroom a
ATI BAAl met Store July ISth $100 per lneD. CHICHER AVl.-PractieaUn caih. SIS per month. Exclusive with i| bungalow.S.-In priced I I bedroom two bath block. bungalow Ihr. I II tr.. IAt x 73. Close to I Lorn boone: tile bath asphalt
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PUMPING and stationary olra... E.I .n. 11.5. K" moot.. Robinson; I cement brick bUD..lo.: Kathryn Tbomas-Wyan Smith. 4672. I lonable. By owner. old r. I! done in the modern manner with j I Lake Butler.- R.Fuhrman.BoxI13._

Vobl... Florida 2-311. O'Ne.1 R.ltr 11 kitchen equipment and .tt. fan 10 I more tnan five acres of land frontIng I WINTER PARK-New-at obun.-I tile floors throughout New. ready

Pipe .D 630 W. WHIZZER MOTR Blt&l good $ eluded In price; $13.000, *. W. on a picturesque lake which will |!I low, furnished: bedroom lIving |
Church: dial luPPI. e running eondlUon. u. 1110. FERNCRE2.K-Purnlzhed complete; B. Nicholson. Realtor I 8. Main St.. DELANEY ST.-.Modern English type LAKE PAIVlW-Ne.blo bouse.I j charm the family who want to room, kitchen and Careful i! for occupancy. Phone 2-2003.
.1. 118 Laurel 6602. 2-bedroom electric cypress shingle u bedrooms 2 .
bu..lo. kit phone j I ro..1 I throughout. Set in center of I
2.181. i 1 I "out from town It is to trim |
upright; mirror. Ex hen; day or ; and panneled den.0"T.2 : modern. See this quick. pre.d
WINDOWS for
plon $27$. Phone b Hk iet nights. 2-5721 or R.lt hardwood floors. Tile Va- ,, W. L. Union. Broker. 423 75.. all Call Dana Bumpier .Ith 0'- 33 heavily citrus City I EASY TERMS Lake Griffin front
e.I.D& delivery 2-343. O.ue. I b..nrn'.I I.ee.I' 9OO. I
cODc ___ standard hUD; for lbt LAKEPRONT. bungalow.1$2. 2me. I I riety of fruit and a lake in back yard. Phone 2.406. "List With Lie ton. Harra-Moore. 22380. 109 E. Pin*. !II aster,_gas |! small acreage tracts near Leesburt
I Copt Wt furled j NORTHWEST SUCTION Buncatowfurnished Quick 1D LDdoD. R.ltr. ; and hues: wooded unimproved
POSTER BEDROOM Solid frames from on hill- CAEEY,1.91" An unusually lovely place with a lot I 6836. .
8U lnen j Beverly Griusrd. Phone 1204 Red.
2 Bedrooms 6
boned or real living at a Price $12.- years old. \
mahocany finish Pullman balance Inside Tower visible 10 milesdis .1.
sum suite .- :. Front: 2-bdrol con- > 5OO unfurnished; furnished.Sammie LAKE FRN-Moe"bunc.low on for furnace; a Dandy Home. ran WALKING DISTANCE 2-story; 4I I I Let sburg. _
ch.tDt bedroom ; 6p frame and prl. coted. WaeoUbe. t.n. Electricity. 0.Itbl. -.U.1. near lavintroom right $. bedrooms: 2-car ... Lot. SOd eottasV
dining eret Realtor; room 4 1 Int. 1.17 20% .a. ; EASY TERMS Small near
1.ra.o rm.ut 10 AI.l A.: d.l 2-82. rm. fple. .ano. bed- only; 2 bedrooms Fr.oco. with fireplace bath oa. terms. J. 1
dl.u x Oriental I.Il ; garage; Central ; and kitchen; Cash If R.Emerick. 136. $16.500. Und.rf.I U. S. Hiway 441 and Lake Griffin.
WHWB step Jd. b.t. preh. tot. tie porch; central heat; attached ga Realtor 610 N. I Realtor. 438 N. Main; I Ii also 2-bedroom duplex. Beverly Orls-
228 Boon 8U phone akt. $ Or.n.
.a.ad pna trim taws hO. flt month 115 monthlythereafter U.I52-bdrm frame clapboard DUDRJMoer. block lu.a $".'$ Exclusive with, C. P.Shumw. dial 7348. i I or 24737. 2-391 sard. Phone 1204. Red. Leesburt.
23765.PIANOBteinwsy all at Mills Nebraska.WINDOW Ot. 111. Owner Ie. corner lot. 3-ldrom. fu- .,. ; 140 N. Orange I I
new. PO. Box 77 Polk s997s-4 acre*. grove and home nished electric dial 2-3282.R.ltr ORL VISTA-3 new cottages. 3 I WINT GADE ROAO. EASY TERMS-SmaU eottaxe. fishint
$895. Phone Ipl'1 PANEmenD County. highway packing house available.; Floors 1cuco. throughout.klthea ro. partly furnished for 11.8$j mb: bedroom I lodge on large shaded Lake Griffin -
11. Walter t. $ house trailer block a bargain I at $2-
WU. Et on : front lot. Beverly Grtxxard,
PING INGbl. solid plywood top Robinson Ave. 1 NEW 1-room bungalow. Some I furni Hbb.rd Cual..1. phone Winter tebe garage. landscaped. Must sac LAKE FON-. out. Cement Ph. 7593. _ !1 1 85O. Turn right first road beyond Phone 1204. Red. Leesburt.
ture. $30 Invited. immediately. See 6
Phone 6515.. per Slayton. Brkra owner .. .
!I
Central Co.
block City ph. 2-8091.
moat
ruulUoD ala. 10. WAAEu o will at your Realtor. 32 E. Pine; 61. Bsckspln. oil Par. 4 bun..lo.. ; 8 ro.j. QRWIN MANOR SECON-3b-:j I EASY TERMS Improved Lake Griffin -
P1ATP.S 2.000. and Wall- bdrom. 2 baths floor WEST SIDE S-room frame
PAE 61 modern i I front building lots with boat
rom i
: fora ::
Call DUPLEX Southeast New cement 2 car garage. $ low ;
G.tr p.pr 36 E. Jackson; 3331. 47. Rooms for Rent ,0.0 lot with*shrubbery. $3.500 in good condition. : basin. Electricity and water available
CLNITOW-Bun.I. 3 bed- block construction. each with some terms. balance of e Near Immediate 1 mile
Cornet good con 3-rom H.I Br.the. 15.0 coed 4 InI arHt. ao from Leesburt Post Office.
PlO Mil Gr.1021 Aner- rol .lop1. prh com side. Good 8. Agency Re.lt. 112 Or.n. :iI8. terest. W. t. '. I 1 '. $48 unfurnihed. J. Beverly Grixzard. Phone 1204 Red.
COPELAND
.dltoR. W e..P. DR. West: front of Terms. Mr. Bryant with 8. Main St.. phone oln. 1 i Robeson Realtor 11 Blvd. Leesburg.
bedroom. t.1 ba. 10.5. Call now I T. K. Hastings. Goodwin Inc., 677 N. I 8209 -
IUJ. .Ietl deep and shsUow CACU T BO* OFPLarte CASSELBERRY Axalea Lodge.American R.ltr. Rm. 6. Central Arcade; 4237. dial 885S. Broke. or.on'l LAKE DAVI- Bun..lo. best in ORANGE AVE.. N.-Zoned for busi- I
nothing down on corner. 3 bed i ness. 3-bedroom near V1NTER PARK-Ven attractive and
CLOSE m.snr
.el .T.Dt month. Sal- II.a Hotel; riding horses I-R.ndF to school bus. DELNEY ST.-Lake view. This Mo- roma .ne. Custom built for l I .. section of bous Park. bu.i: conveneneroom home. Owner ASTOUNDING VALUE la a nice,
.UtU pr in Winter Lt.l I
many D. Pump assortment of table electrical fl. hUtl aU' atore. .. Pram eltnee. Good .r English style .I owner. An unusual pln. I't alone worth 635OO. Price 155.' transferred and will sacrifice. For clean subctanttal 4-bedroom home
Winter 1 mile .uPP 917tW. bedrooms lane eODtrueton. 3 of epre construction has coruneer partly furnished. terms. A. C. Golden. Broker. 111 i price and terms see today Mr. B. which could be arranged for 5 or 6

Orto Vista. .R. ph. 7M7. a appliance Including not plate MT. VERNON AVENUE. 126.service porch. 2 lot*. Nice G. appeal. Contains 2 Emerick Realtor 610 20.0.. ; dial | Orlando Ave.. Winter Park. I, O. Henke. 36 Edlnbu.l Dr. Phone sleeping rooms or good for 2 apart
new hOUM. By the rooms with den as third. Immense 7348. 267-M. .
menu. There is
.eek. a large living
Kimball b home. $2.80O OHIO ST.-No. 16 South room
PIANOS Slightly mortgage at 828 :
blonde walnut.case 1 b.t Iron*, broiler door chime MONTANA AVE-11'; double rom; per 18.5.. possession. Huckelm 1.1. room full dining room mod LAKE 4-room frame 1 .ne homes. $7 I WINTER PARK-Restricted east sec dining room kitchen and screened-ia

.plt ; like .P.n pr1.t Qulk Robinson Ilth.D. 2 brick-floored prehe FNT-Home. grove. AnIdeal cash: balance $50 mo. Ph. 7549. $ tion. Paved street; large lot*. Two porches one bath up and one down
a r.oe D" .Re. and other O'Ne.1 I ; tile b.t. flor l-.r f.hlo. camp on I I stairs. Double tares with workshop
many masonry
ably ltA.ted DR. 3608 Lars OCEAN FRONT r.. Dor. buo..l.
prl 1M IlIN room: el.1 2-3$3. If. I.oc.pd lot with plenty nice lake eonneUn. h St. Johns HOME-Three bed : porch; In nar. Many fruit trees. Believe It
A. O.1 Manor. b.t on golf course. $20 You unfur A acewor lb ., rooms completely furnished. Seven Tie adolnl" or
CLNITOW5 can .f frit p.le. 12.0 Rne. aon.t.at porte; steel casement not. this property toe all furnished
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ROOFING.-.Galvanised. S V-.28 Store. 143 N. Orange Ave. per week. 2-1. ezt. 1530. well furnished 5- S13.5OO ; good this is a bargain at 1.. R. J. years old and In excellent condition.Eight I with tiled sills. May be .iDdo.a' for only 87SOO on terms. Trade

.ne 29 cause; length .9. NB A VE.-ll8 lo.t In rom frame home la good cndlUOI terms. Weir System. 628 K. Pine; Perkins with P.ra Et.t. 3. miles South of ocean pier. : financed. $95OO and $9750. Kenneth I II' with Scald. Louis Geesttn. Realtor.
and d.U.r In- Screened front porch 4641. E. Pine; Priced a $15 OOO OO or li 0.0 S. Wacker. 139 New 14} M. Main 21464.A .
1. 1 ft 11.t 8300. .r.l. .r.. R. .IU be.t Ins porchelectric .I.d'.Ie.. LAST SIDE 4-bedroom 2.1641. unfurnbbe Phone 970. land Ave.. Winter Bro"e. E I
la le.pro. kthe. -
Allen Colona I LAKE FRONT-Pre-war. Ranch Type Realtors. 161 S. P.r.
for Press Steel Johnson. Atlantic
5109 prices.
N.
Co.. 1601 Atlnt.Jatla A. ORANGE AVE, '8 N.-Upstair*. Will ; 8612. "Specialising Homes.Orange home floors with Itt baths. L1eb bungalow. SP.Dt tile roof. Absolutely Ave.. Daytona Beach. Fla. I'I WEI.DONA-Here i* a five room Ef'j

share room WU young workIng "o trou.but rooms a built as you ORLANDO co buU.lo.on a fine high lot 2-STORT 3-bedroom Home: spaclous.
for COLLEGE and AVE -103 E.; 2-bedroom.
BUBBEB STAMPS any purpose; nan. PARK frame .
sP..t. b. fur fuhed. would have built It. Many redeeming enclosed sleeping porch someone can occupy at once well-landscaped (round*
2-day da1O.Rotary time aP 34. Wanted LAKE Dhe e klthea flrplae garags apartment roml fe.ture.as full tile bath tile half ; screened thoroughly comfortable in both overtookln one of our largest lace
PA porch: completely '
date automatic Ace SCONprl turn* (55 per Price. ( redecorated corner
.at month ter and Summer for the Just outside city. In
bath; Dother Orlando Office Supply C. 2 & ; vice; y.t 2.0916.ZZLLWOOD .. baa I.t z 18$0. terms.7J. Carter. Real i 200O sq. ft. floor glassed : O"De. amount of S65OO OO. It needs no repair Immediate possession. Call Lola Roy.
Pine Si. phone $ ATo pJ fltu. pr.fere. Henry Burch. Broker tors. Central, Phone A. T. I 1 .pa. 10J0. BLOSSOM
8. TRAIL-New 3 complete aU
1 sun porch lane ORGE th. new roof) ia attractively I BrokVi 2-O672. for further de511 -
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fo INN Now Room 21090. 9516.DUBSDREAD .erloll. le.utul I
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rd !
Blake. .a.n'a home
Church. Ph. 9368. and board; family opa tBu.tr. C.re I lake. Just .i eOD.le.yOU bdrom with modern i-I furnished and clean .* a I tsils.I .
ROOFCOATINO quality UQu eat like a yon CHl PARK-If you are look- -Under construction; that. "It cannot be that will .uprl you pin Call 0 .-. R.ltr.I
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can quiet Just \
ANTIQUE JEWELRY diamonds ; ; $22 i
Protect 3 dinette and bath frame only $4.75O. Estate. 2-2380. 109
roof-coating. od.ole E. Pine.
your hoo 4-bedroom home here roma : ; day for the price. Call 2-1993. F -i Ra I IORNDe.l Lake County Property
.. W* pay highest price weekly. 1100. APpk.. 9111. for ree- I I Garrabrant. 64 E. Central.
82 5 for a can at Gldden' Large living room with fire pia. Pr. .20. Oe"pl'; nell. Broker, 6 W. Church. : PARK-House and $800 I
and Herman' Loan.
RUG Dna-WUt.$'x3"xl0'6"; n hnm. .ppra en.Uo.DOUBLE AND SINGLE 14.0 00. Easily financed. to : t riding stable.DUBSDREAD I I I built home .It I I I WIT. .Shell Service lot BARTON LAKE IS miles southeast;

: 1S1$ & Cur. rooms for Whitney SPlecel Realty Co- SECTION -2-bedroom LAKE FRONTAGE-ISO ft : 3 bedrooms frontage and O.I.ndo Ave.. Winter Park. I IMlERAlE new cabin 16x16: 2 screened
U.ln..ta.f.1 eDcUOD Ph 211.B10roau run.ll AXES funtu.. of all kle have sewing t 2-3115.men. For information telephone Realtor 706 Mele.1 Bldg.. 2-3269. i bungalow nicely furiihe. includi I : frame cottage. Furulihed.I!I! fin location; fine cooking equipment I 1: 2-STORY porches and 5 acre: Ideal for recreation -

and CLOSE IN-Comfortable 2-bedroom I I i f log eompl.t eletric Pe. Deep I modern In every respect. Owner In or permanent living. Excellent
P.C ell. SeweU-Thurmond 1201 29TH sleep- hone Jamerson and lot S13.0. says let it for only I $20.OOO. I| flslunc.
Prtur. e STR-Frlb : furnished; tile 18. trm. 1 to Mc- residential I hunting, wlmmint, and
tables. tbl. mel 4 pr. 1 W. Pine St. Dial 470. log room closet I.C. Best pre..r b.t...mpl 1 Re.ltor 2.. Ceotra Phone A. T. 30 ACRES On 6-room. Kelvry. Real Estate. 64_E. Central. I I d otOD. 6p.cloa hemsroom. i{ boating; good boat dock; cabin furnished -

. Church._BOb Bad.. BAT TAd elelr Mac..I SINGLE ROOM-ta pr1.t home. I 2 soppll .trl.l.* > Carter: !I room home. 1.t... ap.rmeD&3-Md' PAR LAKE SECTION Owner j electric kitchen:"bedroom :tile I I including new radio, all for

8mlt. 8" 41. Hot ..te.Per efficiency unit .Ith l.t. Price EAST SIDE-Attractive 5-room bUD 7500. 1.0 cash. |I Just before e.mpletol i bat .servant's quarters en tint ]: $3500. Call 2-0156 week day*.

linoleum: Ac- .a 11.1. Ann Goodwin .Ith ..10.; front porch; hardwood flor. of this lovely 3-bedroom I i Two lale. cherfu brl CITRUS GROVES Clermont area
aUGa Br.dfe.01 COTTON JGBe. Satisfactory Inc..Broker; 677 N. Orante; tile bath; partly furnished; nicely Altamonte Springs Office. Phone : cement block eODtreUon oak floors 1 with tile .. aro.d-ID Again this locality has confirmed
.301 .t D.311. dial 9835. terms. Winter Park 9190-M. Homer Sewell j tiled porch and
price Foreman. 47.1. RentalAyencles I I.Dds.p. 11$0. P.rr bath d.IDb.rea extra sun upstair Hardwood Its reputation for warm citrus lands.
Pressroom. SentinelStar.DIAMONDS. CE IN-New -rom and bath; R.l Et.t. Pne; 2-11. Manager. Huckel-O'Neal. Realtors; !. closets .* tub.1 floors tou.hout Lot 160x160beautifully I Practically no cold damage la this

RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT-Hot top LANDLORDS-* will supply you desirable screened porch; close t bus EAST SIDE Income eonsis-i 118 E Robinson; dial 2-3753. J I etc. Priced at $15.000 but l.nd" 't" over 4u fortunately located area. W* have for

and fry top ranee; reach-In co watches. old tenants free of charge and line and .tre. $2500 down b.l.nr tint of square fr. propr down circumstances mitbt consider offer fruit trees. CaU Sam Wright with sale a number of excellent trove in

.n; c.trl water coolers; told. Bi.het cash ..e.. obU..Uo. Just us your va like rent. C Garlettt Brokr. Ph duplex each floor has 2 m-vl..1 See Geo. F. .Realty Co. 1 David Andrews Realtor. Winter I this territory at attractive price ta-
hatter Heat- I I PhD. bdo. LAKE E'I .
col.n; water All for heavy duty Bnl Jeweler. 33 W. Cbureh.PI ...R.l E.t.t Agency. Z'14. and t..i a very neat e rom Move IAHOEe.d. Central Ave. 059.FIRST I eluding young trove and full bear
lag
1IenL 28 8 Court St. 2-81. and eott.. ia man. ATE. today I'! Hem p.rk.j in* gre..s. Let a* show you. Bowman
used ice boxes r.r. Plc. W.- T OFE.
service. lo Appliance Int 428r. stoves all 614,000 Peter with bd.om.large living room .Ith fir. PRICN at Brown Company, Realtor Phone
Call before yea WE KELP you find a rental C.I O. C. oferl! Va.D& nicely bom I
WI E. Pine. 22380. plae. ofer. Ste..r lur-I nial home and I 3371. Clermont. Florida.
W* pay -top" price Sewellhurmond for service chart. V.tru' CNAYSECON-Lk view du O'H'-Mor. i Realtor O'Neal 9788. fished rom. I -
RUG fo' fa talvanlxed tarbate Co- W. Real 1 Ana. 29 S. Cou L. alot Perfect EST SIDE-See this attractive two I screened porch. Tip top .h.p.1r.h& r Best residential section. I II EUSTIS-Close in 6 room and bath.
.t.b lawn mowers: metal 81. Dial Jntu 1 P Jt condlUoa Only 1550 bun..I.with its more LUCERNE CIRCLE-Guest bouse. 9 and clean. O. C. St. I, Lake Eola. This Is priced E.tlf large lot, citrus small cost would
c.n'a .
eba Economy Furniture 400.I 48-1.. Beach RentalsWE 11. Act Quell than uua.l berm.4 b.th. 2 .p.rm.nt| O'lel Arcade. 978$. R.ltr'l I Call 2-119. FenneU. make good duplex. 6.SOO.. W.Klutler. J.
au.re
WANTED Any quan
33 Curh. to sell B Mark Wt Lout Gesslln. rooms are all sue-even T.1 I I b i Cha h Realtor Tavares Fla.EUSTIS .
ramou an wave G. E. yau let ready N. 2-1464. dinette .o '' terms quick possession. M.S.: Moss. ''
;
RIOT aU 2-0931. Cochran't Furniture HAVE S few room* for 14 M.1 aore seating PRINCETON Lovely 2 bedroom ATTENTION OI's and a.m.we -Gar*** apartment: 3 room,
p.b. rechanable battery. and .a.bl. it, for Owner sellingout 13th. Broker. 132 8. M.la Phon 1 borne: corner beautifully 1 furnished; 9 fruIt trees food leca
Store, 1015 W. Church. Pebn.r prn. I 10 3,13 can now bud for yon at once a
M.rc. .
$139.30 standard 22010.LaNCASTER
; because 6977 ''
bedrooms ]
wlt Bathing now 3-room bath of lion: cash $4.000. B. W. Huntley,
highest prices o to oen. I.Ddl.P. b.rd.o' construction
iroadcast Or- OLD GOLD We
wave pay required. Price o
and fishing. at OceanLodge. CLOSE IN-Vacant. 6-room lun.- IU.8.0 unfur PARK EAST-2 blocks: I blinds: and lot on Realtor. 406 Orange Ave.. Eustl Fla-,
told watches
andoAppliance Ino, 210 for fart
Co I d.m.nc' Cocoa newly decorated. nished. Call Real- I ment. Requires S3.5OO '' "cl.otJ.Uoa 3O-Blue.
Florida. Garace price ph.
Phone broken silverware.Berkmen B.c. frit tori. 2-2380. 109 new bungalow; furnished tile construction 1 do.n All .8. W* cD s
E.
Or.n. U. treer: service. Only $ $ terms. Pine. $9.500. Exclusive with and .
Sons. Orange. bU ; 2 bedrooms; floor linoleum I i j lo Civilians 8' 90* EUSTIS-Lake Front Property. NewSroom
RIDING JI.n' 2 pair oa I. 49. Business Rentals A. T. Dorsey. Broker. .44 ii W. EAST SJ Owner leaving city tile; porch electric stove and hot Greene. Inc. Brokers 21 E. CentralDial FHA loan. H P. Realtor; with bath. Cash ti.SOO. B.
sizes ,, r.ul.r u. orcl MACHINES and furniture. Church. 442.CRE .. splendid furnished 4196. i Carricaa 672 Bol.ne. dial
a : water heater; nice bath to bus. O.n.; W. Huntley Realtor; 406 Orange
withGeorge
11 8 d.rDe.Wa Over good prk. Cheek LOT For rent auditorium and AVE. bearoom modern frame home. $ cos return iI I I 2-4551. .
near Must be old 2-1 and store* owner Ave. Eustis. Fla. phone SoBlue.EUSTIS
8. St,
phone .
'158. atua 1 1.1 f.1..ue..t. Fair wek. Box one. lovely 3-bedroom- a Ter. C..n.u.. Re.ltor. 630$. North within 10 days account business PINECA8TLE rooms and b.t SIX-ROOM well furnished 2-story .-3-room bunsalow: bedrooms -

RIFLE-22 Marlln automatic 2 clipsihoulder 11 oak floors solar water he.tr beautifully EAST SIDE-Concrete block matters; making special pre 17$down move right In. Why stucco home overlooking I sleeping porch: good reti.dential .
strap. Ralph Robey. Ntl- OFFICE MACHINES We are badly tile 2 for Immediate sal*. See this rent with Sam ..utu
bedrooms
KICE ROOM rent for some nice lnds..d lt 145 c.h rof. bun..lo. ; WII.m M.tb..a Lake Gertrude at Sylvan : bearing fruit trees: $6SOO.
ions DeLue Trailer Camp. TKUSvllle. la need of tpwtr. adding ma- office. t. win an .. ; lots of extra buy. 1625. 125 206 8. Main. 7811. bath*. 2 lane bed
cb cash pre ... Meltn' Ua C.r.350 N.Or.n. Church: 8433.CITY I zt.t Look. $14501 Now call T..to.K. Hastings.rom I gasre. .o .. M.I.mor Brker. with | Mt D. 1"one 2-car aerate 220 Oklawaha Ave. Eustis. PI*, ph.
Ph.ne CASTLE-4-room house rom. .m.n 191-White.
RADIOS-Bargains in used rebuilt pad. Lh"en. 220 I. M.la 1M. OFFICE -for rent L S.L-L.arge new .a R.ltr. Rm. 6. Central Arcade; 4237. LNCATE PAK-B.aUful 4-bed PIE eletrlelr lot 125130. on Oak with above. Family j LEESBURO: HOME and ten acres. 'A

st an kind Used records your traphle SPAC (.w. rage .PaeaL' 10cmplet but 1 EAST 8TDE-Home plus income of i! home. R. mile post citrus. By appointment, through exclusive real home, felly furnished plus'

U.U Radio Mart. 122 W. SINGER 8EWTNO MACHINE electric Plckaon't 423 8. Or.n.tlPhO livable. Plumbl.. .ho.er b.U. hot i $120 per month; 3 bedrooms down Immediate possession. Well fl.o. office; shol bus by door; for quick a..nt.. Harry X. Morse A Co.. I mall apartment. Over 1OO bear 'is

Pine. ; 9-4159.- SINGLE OFFICE in office build- and cold .tr. U.ht. apartment above; cottage in re.r.I I' 0 eratespa, rtment. Otto sale. 11$ By owner. 1 A. Hall. o t. Fla. Phone 138. citrus with several acres ia younttrove.

ROOF TGUB. Sam old ins oa Orange Ave,.with parking plete. $ In. LrD Dunn. All furnished. Immedl.t possession. with Cavenaugh. Realtors: 4308. FINE ST. 2027 W.-2-room I NEW BLOCK HOUSE. 2 saraers; at I Only 4 miles from town. Levint. -
Smyth MACHINE-Must be 18 6 N. Brown; phone terms. Realtor 32 LAKE abort ct. account of health 3$ E. .
quality; .m. pt. TL facilities; $60 per 2.. Car- 12,1. 81at. FN-ut a drive completely ; with cot ; so must sell. Contact Hal Stone.
Lumber Co.. Orange Railroad. 8e preferredPhone ritan. 2-4551. .ot R COLONIAL DR.. W. Section. New 2- 1 ._Pne 6631. i i from story home will orange trees fuml.be$ 75; oak shade: I..n.. off N. Oranre. Rout 2. Box 39. Leeebnrt Sunnycld

new: Winter P.k. bedroom cement block; paved PERGUSN DR.-.Cypress bungalow; |1 take a lot of livin' **. 3 spacious near bus. Box Cocoa. F.. Road.

RR CGE Vit ,Box WELDING 50. street; on bus. Lot. 61x130. plus sleeping porch 1, bedrooms with cross ..ntl.Uoa 2 I UONTVERDE 8 and bath.
p .rt p. GIT AC D Wanted to Rent $.0 lr. rol ; PRINCETON ATE.-16 West. Army room
412. Eustis. P. EI cash. $51 month on balance. IIUI rear glassed In; fitted for: tile baths lavatory and I officer must sn fully I GOLDEN HAS IT-Under S730O. pleasantly located lane tot. 4.
equipment kicker ger Realty phone 2-OO74 or I laundry. Open Furnished beautifully throughout.Well : := i iI
RADIOS-Firestone table combination lam shop A.-a after March front porch; fruit furnished. : 2 story house. 500. w. J. Klstler Realtor, Ttvares.Fla. .
Phono-radio: $ Also *. Shop 120 W. Pin*. I d.pl.. cuple; I COUNTRY CLUB SECTION-Solid trees: bug close by: suitable for guest 1 equipped kitchen. Lifetime con- Real buy. Ph. 2 and 3-bedroom home furnished or .
9.1. Beach Pleasure at
Firestone ; $ WELDING MACHINE wanted elec no revelry. pr.Dento brick 2-bedroom bungalow; beautiful house: furnished 110.5. unfurnished I I I struction. Enjoy t I unfurnished. S530O to 10. In. PLYMOUTH cottages and 3 tot*.

Plastic I.or euo. 10.b ;11.8.Mea Florida Iron War. Ion Or .P err '.t tlc : oak floors tile bath tile dr.lo ".5. Ask for Harold V. home. on on of our fn..t suburbanlakes. Ray PRINCETON AVE. I 1'0 residential and Iocsi I II l On 441. With a tood busiae

for bedroom: rc. t.Ave.. Winter considered. Box 203 board In kitchen; steel B"| C.ndlt. Realtor. 37 E. Central. 6137.FISHING Lennon with Joe.pp'ltm.Dt G. Myers. e.1 fully furnished DUX-B..tl. i ; only $1500 down. S me comer. B. W. Huntley. Realtor 4O6

atone. Oriole and Concord. .8. WE "BUT used furniture. Call .' APT OR HOUSE by veteran and I I buy In Orlando. Roper Co. CAMP-Close to Orlando._: W. Washington Dial 6638.R.lo.2 I* of the better frame. houses !| : .m.e. i Grant Ave., Eustis, Fla., phone 30Blne. -

1942 model play fore selUnt. Orlando Furniture wife. ILL?. graduate: permanent C hsndMsln_ _Arcade; 2-3433. r.. ...u..; moser. :;n I bunt Just before the .. The l t* :! .
RIGP condition. $100. 1 No 2 Store. 613 W. Church phone resident no children er pets. Martha COLLEGE PARK-$6.500 splendid location N. Orsnge Ave ; 5013. LAKE SILVER well-built SECTION--An exceptionally brick- an exceptionally lot i Clnr Gld.l. Broker. 12 N. I TEXAS AVE.-228 Tavare PI*-., 4
c Winter P.rk.
r lo : 1-4883 Sanderson Root; 5039. on lane tot. ft. 2- FAIRVirw SHORES-Conrtland St. rom and mot attractively.There I A. room Ian lull new roof- jort 0
Ot. _ _ _ 7al3 bungalow cool In Summer and warm l.nds.p I ;
RING-7-diamond platinum weddlnc WE PAT cash for olddiamond APT.-or house. Couple with no Mdrol frame fuhe on old Apopka road. New 4 room I I In Winter. 2 tile bath. good le.tu.you painted: hot water bath: furnished,
pr I'
ring; reasonable. $325; Box 199S8tar hh' b c.no .t. c- I I Immediately available. house Dumlabe 2 adjoining lots large lot. "drom. located .i b tied you .r.n'e for an ready to move la. See owner.

any ecUo.ne City .e 8a 197 IStr.lraet act quickly t lt this on. Going for ... 1 0. near lake with .landKap b.eh prYI.. In.plo. "eH.t R.ltn I i
only $6.300. Mr. Little with Harold St.
.. Orant at Charca. FERN and 1 uhl.tl Sale
RUBBER STAMPS Better Stamps. .l e cr. APT. OR HOUSE-Couple and .el Shepherd Realty Co..20 E. WashIngton daily C Idn.o.. Open i iI i Priced for quick .1. W.ltnPd.. SPECIAL 52. Groves for
behaved llyr. old daughter. I p R..ltn. 668 N. 'AU
Quick every purpose.Supplies. O.D"
Br. fo Rubber 35. Fuel OH and Wood_ msnent..cmployed with national con St. phone 3124. Thelma Klncaid I with H. P. rrt j 2. i
B.1 Mr. COLLEGE PARK-Owner Realtor. 672 N. Orange dial I I frame bungalow: tile kitch
cern. : 3lm
Works, 6 Church 8. 72.: hours. fore t 2.51.
W. Wo. bu.w. :
a Gn. bath: aU larte airy rooms.
leave .
and PRINCETON
PUZL OIL Can for city must GRANT 8T- E. !I An.I .n HIGHLAND GROVE about 20 atfies
Philco and RCA 1. prp AATAr Utj 1 adult bungalow of 2 bedrooms, sleeping i I LUN aUUBAI-BnUfu ocPe. Frbe $10. of Orlando show you its
RIO e eervica. Kerosene .ld ..d I I Completely r tr'ri ; west can
Per radio-record delivery. Wttllard e> tanks .nbl.Ph 8021 McGraws LUhthouse. Daytona Beach. Leon porch. tile bath with tub and shower.etc. 'i 2 t 4.3 p m. dally. owner. ;:!r construction tU.roof. 2- P. Nicely Let submit lent very
ime.t fuel OH oa a 75 f its ate. 26 acre for $27JOO:
lnds.p. plot
X.l. Vou. Te.t Block. Colo- APT. or .a house fo 2 ladle* and P. l GRAND AVE.-Attractive frame cot- 'i 7,I t lane l.ne.npe I a r.trt this It conditon and l I 2.atr Colonial home: largc rooms ceod term A honey for the money!
rUtL on. quality guaranteeseconomy area. r.d t .o w l.t
DI.lto. a heat child ; prl.aet; very 1o'o..f 19 I. Central Ave. BralCLHITW I near school bus and stores. G H IUre. Ratr someone a 1umen\I. baths: large Trade with Sweld: Loot Geetlln.
more perate! Can n. ; Realtor 32 E. Pine i i 2.318. "mforabl. t 1. $16ooo. "
fle ; 143
SEWING MACIE- Factory re for your home 511$. 2.155. Yo can move : Price .re O.ncr ocule Realtor "S ccls>IUiM In Orvne.
new; o.fl. P.. APARTMENT S-btdroom. Master Hall Agency. 113 N. N. Mali 2-1464.
Bro
11 Orlando Purl R.ltn
.bl console. Al Wiggins; .2. C 8t. wife and baby; yearly basic: room lt. U In. lure .I GRA AVE.-610. 5 r. bath. IL Orange Ave TeL $B.PI& For d.t.1 un.Gr.1 von Schlfler.
line for home eondltla 7186.NOT
ADAIR
.o SECTION Modernend
close la overhauled. R.ltor
STUDIO COUCH Morris r 01p.t cr n.a busline. Call 20761. n..I Blk lbl I
1".5 We Serve Central SDe frDpreh. cl.a oeo
kitchen cabinet $49 1 13. ba Immel.t occupancy. Quck .Ie II INDIAN RIVER Extra warm 20 acre
br.l- Bledsoe Fuel Oil Co preb. .5. -
new. Close schools and business
fast suite .3 SO: chifferobee Frd. 2OO. available. HysE. a or 3 bedroom partly fn7- Allen Realtor.140 N. $ $ .189 I t CASTLE-2-tenement house; I citrus and tropical fruit trove
wardrobe Whltmor* Furniture -; Wltr I.rk. T.nk 8612. "Specialising in Homes.1 GROVE AND HOME .7 un''I has River and Banana
12 5 I or ph. I snte: : 4 rooms and l.e betweea Indian
Hot wafer b.t.
306 Churh WOOD-Oet yours while I have Eds-inCarey. Wintr uaurb P.k. 423-\C AVE. E.-2-bedroom bun bearing trove not hurt 1 recent aton heater and 3 room and bath: ne.l fml River oa tower Merrill Island. Most

SCOTCH TAE In aU Or- plenty W* deU.r Ca'.1400 CNCR hardwood floors; I I cold: good home. 5 rm.b.t 10 1 heater Included. $6600. 100* inside and out with new JUST ANOTHER & valuable to the private order fruit

lndo Supply ... E a Bumby. can 611. HOUSE Sentinel- range. end bat heater; acres la all. on hard Rr rd b I .P.c equipment; S block from al: shipper to stabilIze hIs supply when
Jel
Pine: 5114.Alex and Blake.SCREEN .' Ita. executive | ... possession. nice community at $ this 1 loan .. church and stores: on baa One of U. nicest frame Iu.a. freeze hit moat areas. Frees never
cl.l .- 37. and Soils "De 3br. Ir.nDt only Courtney lnfor.tln,. 392 Orange. very good buy. Call Brock Steel t G Phone 2.3'2LI Orlando: 17 bearing orange treeslosded in nOrh.e alD I'a i known here. 12 acre bearing citrus,
DR... : 218. Fern fue 1101 1 Rat I I and Jennints. .It I 100 X four Fenian ttme avocado
till 4 pan I Cen.ut dial : Wt frlL MoY 1 a ODe 1 lD.pd e l., *cre*
's : m. o COLD BMOKE belt ".uJ 2.247. .7 Orange Ave FRONT HOME-Comfortable and ". frol plv fat IJl cuSsed maggots and bananas. Diversified
P 10U. I
hand for immediate W.do everything the CONWAY DITICe. modem HARWOOD AVENUE I home completely fur ...rm.t Price. $4 BOO. rnte. i Jaul.t harlot h.rd.O i varieties. Over 6OO feet beauu.
Scott. Inc.. 100 W. 222. Sod 1 .aeo. Brook Canadian bu..lo. p..e, Modern 3 bed range and I den. ful fronts each river. Plshint.
Smoke $ PRRRr Aore eart room frame excellent aJe .lr rfrcera PINE CASTLE-3-room Ir. broma. :
SINKS types flat rims single haven Dr.. phone 6314. desire* = ; porches port :i it condition big bun..l. ta* b..tr. Nice lawn .1. t 1 h and .with Ir 14* bath and Home site. On paved road. Electricity,
a double nent residence Orlando. pra I r.. Net. een. nicely fur I lt. 2 l.r. I'r.tra. with dok. 33 lane ."i.tI acre .o lnd. fully kitchen-I I Tenant building with worker raidIn -
.rt cpDt FILL DT-hY. $i.50yd.. ; Ph. 8751. 1 Moe.t nished.. 1'.0.ter Huckel-O'Neal. ; UI u.le $9OOO. 11k trees. $ bar. EletU. P$21. N.Ds .I'h : make tl ewp P.l.l.buy this Truckland. IrrigatIon control
wlU
chrome pl.t a tn wlU also a. fo.o a. and IRl: or house" t Realtors Robinson; dial Strll. Wt Mal Moss 1th. Brke. I terms. PanlynFoshee.. Broker. 4 N. OwD. lo. Broker 677 or m.rkf For f.r O Information. $18.000. Term Kershaw Agency,
u C or
\ P 3. .au 2-3753. 13 8 9 Boon*-7255. O.n. t. Phone 44. Cocoa. Florida.
Lb Curh. .p Pr.ut call I I' P.ltu "It'
!. 2.270. PRINCETON AVE.
amount. rdent r | -1211 3 _.
4 SlmI.
PIT-l.r
COLONIALTOWN Built LAKEFRONT RIVER GRO'ESis.
Lovely Wet INDIAN
One 1. SBUBA bedroom. R.l. Met.1 1 1i
Writ flYER ST. .
2 2bro completely
SWIG 5 Bids.
MC Phone
dir H 9753.sentiejjtll'' 1941. .OPlt I fur lake Centralb.atisg. far' 5159. safest ia shruB contact C
La ROOM Refined 2sm I.t frot.oe he. modern : B. Davis.
P Bray. P.O. Box 102 Lkh..P b. I .l p. h. landscaped kUfI.: ti bath: .1preh i Realtor, for East Coast
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Academy. R&2 Mattland.SgIDSPcrra phone County. ( ( want* room ia : have i .Uahe garage &l e..leat It. store. bos. Garage. O lr. A b. i proud proper-
3R1. h. lot .
Mr. Lane. blac. Lane { sloping lk. tie,. 104 8. Jefferson. 3-1986-7525
garden o.e POULTRY $1$ a ton: .t ca. Ph -. 1. i landscaped 1.Det.D atone Ki.D .It How- large fruit 5.-1 I Olndo' best residential 1 ,
W. lt. 610. ard. 306 ea t. BUNOAW-DUPUX 10-ACRES--Valencia and
M 1 Hk 10 pk. the F1. It Farm phone t IM-1.t family; retired i ,. j N. Halo: I _. C1c 1. Priced fo ch.\t Bato., trapefruit ;
0 4921. r.U fun bearing. 1O miles
e 2&P P. 8927. .mplFe 1 or 2 meal IRDIOROA north of I quick ..l at $12.500. Kittredce. ROBINSON AYE E.-Dr wants i must 1. Beautiful lot.I I of cIty 3-
11 I I 3-bedroom> G B .a.t. comer room furnished bone: electricity,
sell bu
children. I his
2-316 CLNIEON : buy .
pSbl. duplex
Lk. t .r.P.r.Dt Each
RAW 100 .capable B 11 oak floorSthroughout H.b R..lt 2-371. b.private entrance tile lal tane ta*. N* cold damate.
MUC- $22
2 .
&E J t a 8: 100 at lw nearby lake tr 1 living room, dining room way. garage :rmeot on i ST.. EAST-Near o.I tae. This ls a i tile ia kitchen air term Royal. Broker phone SCO.
drl. II '
2472..
a 5 Hcbn I I
klPo. Can or St ltn price. Box RETIRED ARMY OFFICER No kitchen breakfast nook. 2 I.t 2- !I 8. .13 h.ht \r $52OO L"e Apneat Lovely 2 ly furnished. .o.a.eOple insulated furnIshed. laundry. An :
on a
t.I 212. dfen. 2-bedroom furnished house. car porte t. b.alltl l t and many here. I
eofor
Zl.o P.U. b.a".l. Rnt enta 1400 l"a. 53. Acreage
.ra. tar
SEWING MACHINE-White .lt Will tate year's lease. P. O. Box 349.: I' with cer..In. landscaped I I i I BON ATE.-1833. Large 4 room ; fl t..hut. .u. Frank bll Prtr81200 WU ; J.jJO 1 Rl. .3 ![ Sate

portable C91 Formosa 8U of Wo Plants Flowers and Seeds I Orlando.DOCTOaacnt. I lot with fruit. i]I au home. lute tile bath. ,,,5. G B lUae. Rlr; Crl R.ltr.. :1 Me MUST LEAVE and ha* to''
Fairbanks. Winter Park. Orlando I offer or will trade. Easy term et I|i It.D: lrn.d (as heat: Ph. O- this nice little borne on East'*' 9ElL SSS120ITW

&lush quality sealer for A cut ten a t.bl deat wife and 2-year-old son r I System. 628 E. Pine; 4641. rSrSJI1$ down w- Immediate possession 12-311 1 SttA: miles out. New COD side of town Just out of city Ju bihwy. Price $2.230.on new crow Sta e
ce terms. M*
and plastered detl .DF.he 2 bedroom house; must COLLEGE PARK This bedroom 2.0 -Act fast oa one. 2-bedroom far I Lane with i Herman Lan.
o with
Goodwin -
od .a u I l. U borne. C. Ir .
saUou only. Store* Co.. & Kttnr'.I E Central.- 463. neighborhood can 2-4159. boa...bG' In 1941. i* .t mGR & SECTION-BeaatT- : drink A midtet grocery ins breakfast I m V. OTtnit: dial Bass sIulle
(
Phone 2316.aOt ANNUALS: Petunia: earn w .. located on f1 cr modern bunt alow. Most : 2 bedroom frame bungalow oak 11 traveled oa Ki. proper Well 2 bedroom and attic Bowse b been Ii -

static*: and many .t C 3.Wii Si..:.. Houses far Sale street of beautiful home Price o"i =. arrangements we have seen Bases bah..y. SS.AOO. .j reconditioned Inside and out "lOOx ORANGE
bUck.c aI 1411 I' S1O.6OO Includes kitchen .1PeD&I Price S12.5OO and worth more !: floors e.mplt electric kitchen very Gw. !,15. J. unfurnished. I 250. mod. people irs-vol Piejg'Street.

Stare Co2S Pine. Phone 1-3163 BELGIAN bird baths. AA PARK-520 Greely St. Open A Johnson. Realtor. It I. o:,I B t G.o- B 1.Realtor.I Brte. 677 I. Orange c 8. tl .m.nD.n Carter. R 10-aere Lhnlted number 2'

E A J fo 1U B buy la 8612. "Specialixinr I ,I 2-37. nicely furnished; fireplace laundry SUBURBAN spacious homes of 2! 70 Cna PbD. tracts $2 to 5350
STEAM C- l.t. Kerric d11 tt plDt Oln I 'I j j each-with of 9516. | tern. Jim 35, Caldwefl wIth
1u.a. "re.o 2-bedrooe .AM. S-room : I PDt I C.r. Asie
.
l.r. for .o w.rk.Ua condV*a- 2319 N. Orange1727.. Oaea floors screened frDt I CLTWNMor ban.a. and completely t 3 on SO X su b.. I 1 garage cypress siding. G! room fo chicken .D.. 1 has I I : !r. gerber Central sod

lll. replace with ..1 CITRUS TRJEg.peraui. and all fratt pletely fu. including G.Z, re- f Inctadin rtn Greens for stove water heater i 1 56 t sale price of 01 HOMES-We eaa gIve you that
.. Chevrolet I.n. fr.r.tr. Ml Chef .. ranee. I I kitchen and and house: partially furnished511 Give a O'Briea each $ 'iT terms. Call W. B. home you've wanted 10 iI-0-;
tree recommended for this section. .un. krl rn. M. wltb. 445
Ho. e 1 Utile PooleNursery.. rai machine vacuum to bus. school. Nicely fo$5 SO .s. T a bvy. Look it a Bridge O. Myers. Realtor weeks. 2 or 3 bedrooms L.. acres. Wiii last p.
$NebraskaJjo I dishes: I fr' t palm landscaped tot with fenced back yard. over today. D. Cheney Hwy. with Investment Co 2 W. I!i 2 W. Wa.\ 8881.I how you what we have t ofe. I, L58. ase. RoiierContinued
SIE RK-l0 sheets. 4 a 8; C aUipalms: land and oak shade; By Price. .10. terms. Jamcrson and to the Ideal Grr. Ho. 45O5. turn B&t SUBURBAN-Cottace but O'Brien with Bette Co..

Jr bQU at p abbn: tropical pat owner. $11.800. Quick pxsession. Carter. Ra.7o) E Ct. PhoneA. left oa B. 4 In house on Washing-ton. Phone 8513. II I I city uniD.. 25 W. Washington. Phone 8513. I j
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I front Prertdltu Par!) 55. Country Property tor Sale : z*. Real Estate Wanted Mister Breger ; 7Z Automobiles for Rent 7$. Autu for Sale I I i I 75. Autos for Sale | (rlanfin &tnttnrt

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HOUSE On 11 fine acres. I INC.-KJsh grade In BUICK-1938 crab coupe. Excellent'1'IOLDSMOBILE I 1941 "6" Rydn-
55. Acreage for Sale WAN T LAt wit C\r R. | WED. FEB. 19. 1947 PAGE
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and develop a I : &n .t ca by week or season condition (850 eu Call 1101 I I matte 4-door sedan. New paint > 1
d:8: estate Win. O. property north or Ilt Orange rpnlt people. Call 2-1U. 5 .1 Trims St.. evenings. !I!' Run good Jim Cumbi. Can. Inc. 504
LAKE FRONT- 0 ken* East of Orlando bU: 28 I. Blossom Trail; ea ad. only; w u..to. Ave i N. Orange, phone 2-521. i 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale
fedlake. Wa.blnn. 1941 I
en a very pretty tprtnc consider small b prirad CEL- Pick-up. Good
alee hicb. & sea. Postotilce Orlando.CUSTOMERS D. 0 condition. Price i OLDSMOBILE 1942. sedanette.
.1 .I.a.m VAN 1-DR-r-D. I
No Price ( 0. Me- : lrsL? J. r.w I Jim Cnmbte Cars. Inc. 904 N. or : I I clean. O. Wisconsin owner needs l'ATONA. ton f. *---.
EeD, Bu.8$ Hlcn- SMALL PAW of 4 acres on paved W AO for homes 1 D. V.rer me.. 234 W phone 2-4521. :ICROL |I money 10. bUtDI. 3O6 S. O.DI trck kind cf -t
wow' : 2-n. RIsh. : .1' 10 miles from Orlando. and income List yours Ave. Phone 2-315. I 1945 Pick-up Excel- !i I between 10 and 80 pm or .orkicnt. t295. Evan's Barza.n -
W. Garland and Atselia.
today! corner t. J
ON*. LCAOR MORE .TC Of house. f. 2 1l.o Ao\ SYSTEM mebantaU" Priced to sell ,; OLDSMOBILE -39 tudor sedan 4771. Ask for Jim MUM.

land; 125 down and CID nouses.room Quick possession d. owner Robaan 2.17. I Jd..D largest auto rental ;I Jim 'Ha.: 1. 904 N. Orange. iCHEVRL {1 Clean inside and oaf perfect rnn1 -

Reed. Beautiful section: is leaving State. Don't miss buy HAVE BO for S \lo-acre bear .t. Drive a new I phone nine rond.Uo. Sacrifice. Owner. 1 MASTER BUILT-18' 2-bed -- --
q sufficient tree on toad \build loc at only 4750. Trade with Swald; inc Pr" be reasonable with cnfld"ue. tracks for rent. 1942-Fleetline: r' i S Lawsona Blvd.OL.D6MOSTLE Including radio hot plate. I t

home Oood Boil Oe. Chester Louis Geeslin Realtor, 143 N. Main Courtney Rat r392 N. Orance. 904 Ave. Phone I tires perfect oj'I 1941 COnve.otrte > and all equipment 8700. 6c -
kina San .i. Bot phone I' 2-2"7. ,l cal condition Can b seen day I Coupe. This car has radio heater :' trailer. Orlando Trailer Court

.. SMALL FARM WANTED-Northern JAX.U-DR.r INC... -every Rent a car In I I I.lne 731 Arlington Ave. a ;I new top and good rubber. On (1495 II i PLYMOUTH=i039 sodas 4-
car
R. S.
41.1..CAO&acre a of WInter fOb and investors InquIrIng daily 1 i Service welcome. No red I ; 1937 2- aedaa. I I Phone 4 in.6O ask W.for Wynn. Ave (550 PrIvate party. 323-6 1...
homes and Strout'Realty. '
farms. ( fOo. Used S5O X.
Prk Oold- 44 ACRES well-built house 20i 1 (2O d"DL Call 143 I ante Ave. Ph 2-3255.
.t hll. Da 2-34. '' 'II
318 4 W. Colonial. .
OLDSMOBILE 1938
34 ft. t.electricIty Not finished IWAopr | N. Garland 4-door s.n at
Wit St
1n.0. at Park J. Inside bat .. Price (25OO Inclad- &sell. We could I CHEVROLET-1946 convertible; 47OO I I banaia price. PoDbit. H..b TRAtlrW: -Covered Wasps 4.

1.2. 0 B KJttredce. &. inc asbestos and metal shinnies, brick I I & burr on our 1.tl! Por i 3. Auto Service miles beautiful lob: (35OO: al i I j,r ton. 500 W. : 413 | sale excellent condition turn if r i
trade for late rSanorlan
or BIO -
and lumber. W. A. Me- efficient "I cU Arch Drake 1940 Chevrolet sedan PACAII-'i2" i
culd.rabl del.r ,
forle.n Trailer -
2.311.UP 4950 Cheney Bicb- : or T. K. H.t. Realtor. Rm. 6 AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE shape_ ; (12. Ph 6833. j i I i Park. bet- ; C
ACE- IB the : eT .kr i I Central E.prt t 'I 500 W : tr iendo and Sanford.wmTX
'* east ; i enc mechanics; prompt I CH VROL 1946 Flectmaster; :
''r- fr.r River' larcely nitea ( 3 AC. 2-bedroom new ]I WE. HAVE BUYERS wanting .ro..' 1 1 .tok. p.r. . to citrus. Half aUle paved hichwayfrontaee. Rouses 1.8 aa 16. to acre, business properties and homes. For I 1 Urrs. vane. Ie. 24 .! It. N.roD' U.e Cors 101 N. dan. G U good motor .n'Il. purpose truck. 405. Ean J
two thouuad feet ns rtv r. le. _1 t bll(47SO- I.el.t sale list utIle F. A. A1U- I J tnl: j Mom; Ji C.r coin Lot. corner Garland ant 4.- i,

Pine sIte. for crove or tropical privateestate. 29th 8%. a.1 40.1 37 W. Washincton. I AUTO PAINTING and Body Work. CHEVROL-18.1 i pesncer club 'I N. $ p"n 2-4521 phone 4771. Ask for Jim K -

Convenient \ Ocean beac Immediate IOI Cr.ml R ACT NOW-List your country property -! We guarantee complete satisfactionat C 8. I Tens. 101 PONTIAC '42 Station wagon AU' WHITE TRUCK-1941 2'chassts ,---- I I
Cocoa seven I hbr..Bat. Estate. 375 O.n. 12. I5S. t with as without deiay. Have ranble Dre... C'Dta Flor- i W Central. See MrClaln. this car needs I a lrnr. Priced Equipped with -:
Cocoa waitlnc. U. D. Bailey. Realtor td.'. paint I to sell at (1.I9S. R. 101
B.c I bUler : bkP \ ; CHEVROLET-1941; in 82SXM military type tires S -
Business_Property: for Sale I IAAT.t 3 Cord phone 4767. oven. Al : Auto Paint Body j tion. Radio and .I cDdl i W. Central phone 5296: see Venn.FACKARD ratty perfect 495. R S. Es :

54. LoU for Sale Shop 3OOO Orange; 8000. 'I' Dixie Sales and 10"i.Cor. Boone- -"iTb" convertible W Central Phone 4321.WrttTE .

home. eon-1 59. Out-f-Stt Property AUTO REPAIRS-Day or nisht. So- and W. South. I coupe Good new top dU
BCSDtESa LOT CoUeie Park apartments. rllo TRUCK-mi. 4 TST.I -
S fu perior Rambo 808 W. excellent .
has other 4 returninc' meb.D. i CUYSLR112 ld.n. Looks I Your Excellent tires low
growing bull district. T Owner one. i3sra.OA.-4-room frame hou. Central. I .o. If yon hurry for (895. R. S. E..ns milescr ;
ticular lot face 2 InVestment (170 (13.500. good .IU O'IOD' fl R. S Evans. CO W. Central I .
.tr f .pr mODt. 0 with Asher i on acre lot; la good ; 10 AUTO BODY WORK and :o.n R.mb Central. i 101 W Central phone 5296 and ask 4321.

Only 11.850 or a food liberal l.tl Peter. Realtor .: K. Central; 2-0786. I rated 7 miles south city on U. S. excellent work and service..lntID R.m. CHEVROLET-1934. lust overhauled: I for V.nnI _ _ I
oa lr T Priced for quick (750. CODt.C'Ji 806 PLYMOUTH 1941 Special DeLuxe 1941 OMC TRACTOR and 24
Klacald. Four unlts.rurnlshed. W. Central. i"UO | S good tires :bo.te. 1942 I -
Inc. w. Ca. JID. AAn HOUSE Caulk at 1120 8t* Orl.ao; trailer Amerl.nStorID' 2-door sedan. Excellent mechanically I Fruehauf semi flat S ft. sdtranopleel.n : < -
672 phone LUBRICATION Washing ;
hos
Ore. 2- J l-f I I new paint. Jim and dtfleren-- I
good Income. 113. complete tire and battery West T.le Cmb. C.r Ic. |
BEVERLY SHORES Bond TOUT Bew alo.l service. SAW Tire Co. Garland Rt2.. 218-B; !, 904 N Oranee. phone 2-521 new. Excellent tires cargo ir
.. bom in restricted ares L for buyer. 60. Business Opportunities Robinson phone 7546. .D Pal. B. B PACKARD 1939 cedan. coSt and license. (2SOO. win take 1-
II i
&l reserved 4-or
unit vacant
house trailer in trade ph v
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ratios .. Select O. l condition Olin
..,, while lane loU ..r..U BAR AND PACKAGE Store; Information I AUTO-BRAKE JOBS and when CHEVROLET-1946 "Fleetmaster" 2 : .t.1. 0.rl.19. i Park 38O-WX_ _
ao.e'l&& Walter W. Rose In*. I Look U ever while you can get I.office only; Ccel Reaity |i ; Wheels aor a.n. Beautiful block flb l Vu C.r 12 2-34. FRANK REED has brand nr* -
.0.1. !, balanced eDbJOI.t C. A. J. Inc. 904 N. nedon.ra-
392 N. .Cmb. C.r. Or..e. PLYMOU-194 2-or .
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ManorOffIce trailers low
49 Or..Are o. Immediate possession. Price (13.250 Or.nl. 2-2"7. Prange : i priced rIght as as S1C73: 1
\ 3356 V, Oranse Ave. BUSINESS LISTINGS Bn Cucb. 2-521. I Olm's Used Cars. N. Garland. 1 2 yean for the balance. Lar-- -
Balance O. Fredrick.NUE "Dorothy I got a distinct feelin that I left somethlrT la ALIGNMENT Fe IDaptla' CHEVROLET-l941 Special Deluxe 2 phone i tion of used trcilen at low *: t
COLLEGE PARK-2 high lots.'corner Takes one h.1 cash \had Hal. N. Orance. ** Prompt repaln e..n mec.n. door sedan. Radio and heater new 2-37. Why pay rent? 201 M. Orson 1
both Idea 11.1.. O. C. Ho.dQo.reh.- the movie! 'I Goodrear'e Service, paint. Jim Cumbie Cars. Inc. 904N. PONTIAC-1046 sedan coup.stream I oem Trail.i .

87(8.COLONIALTOWN Stewart.. Bar. O'Nea Arcade. win b arraned. ln\suit BUSINESS Oranr-e. 3 I Orange phone 2-4521. 'I line. 1".0. mlos.. S Blossom. Trailer Trail. i
OPPRT .I. S.1 5.0
Realtor AUTO Day CHEVROLET-194O. Special REPOSSESSED Ford cab
WRECE SEVIC ;'t-
-1 lt : X 150: "lur. 0 e.o. e 12.. 2-108.. Steals Rom Bank Loans 65. Help Wanted-Male and Station. I convertible club coupe New nlua. PLYMOUTH 1941 4-or sedan:

cash or trade fo .. J1 Bait Pine. PRone 5812. :__ i Colonial Dr. at Garland Street, phone new top. Jim CuOibie Cars. Inc. 904N. I A-l condition; black finish: engine (sleeper) tractor sit 7)
loin Tri lots. 175: on BU1'cHER-etpertenced. top salary. 2-C881. Orange phone one of the few good ones that Is
723 Citrus Ave.. BUSINESS LOT la College Park fastgrowing BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY-. LOANS cost you less Good hours Ref- 252.CHVRL1941SP left: for further information ph 6O12.I .
business district. This particular No. 1. Automobile Service m.na.rl.1Pt I I AUTO WRECKER-Phone 2-3741 for Deluxe Klncham trailer. TRig unit m? I.
COMMERCIAL CORNER-Ripe fo the First National Bank Com- erences. Box 8-t.r. auto emergency. 808 W. Cen'Orlando's New paint. I
lot faces 2 street a fine Investment and repair shop in fine new 'DI P TC-iT2-or DmO
development, approximately 152 these costs. When loan I tot .. Rambo. Official good Jim sold. Look tide outfit over anil rIul.)
business with block houses ..
good two 1
or a : meh.Dr.1 r.dlto. .o
Sleigh Blvd. S3' oa Core. $ 1.Uol I you get ( 03-Payments 1.1 BARBEHTJRppl a Wrecker "'ee.- Cumbie .. Ph. 2-2193. I
cash will handle balance terms. Owner Only (1450. 01 Ilra terms. I.Uon dome capacity you get 13P'lmen& 1 D Church St.BRAKEWHEEL. C.r. 14 Ornle. h.to. I us an offer. Used dr Eschar I
Kincald Boland. at I BRAKE SERVICE-Expert brake and phone 1(42 stW.
431 St. 11' 111.:0. T.r. get I PACKR 'pDr' -
.er Inc., (72 N. Oranephone_ 2-51. H.raWor. R.1tr. ; A. o get 18PumeDt 25 t MECHANIC Wanted.Must wheel alignment srvice. Call 2-3171 CHRYSLER-1942 "Wlndar" sedanGood .d.n. and .-
DUBSDREAD 200 ft. oa paved 27P."meD& O Washington phone l-a82
i' HiGHWAY 17-92-A going you get know wheel alignment thor- for appointment. Firestone, Orange condi green color. A very beautiful car for
street corncrtnc oa galL course 111. 372-P.nen& Ure..o mpl.nle.1 .
; ; FIrestone. and and Concord. week only (1795. S. Evans W. CenI -
with IIS ft. frontaee la COUNTRY HOMES Duplex you get 41.67 alabl. Or.nl .I t
half whole. (10 foot, ton
Broker.or 6034. per J desirable location on this main hlch distance from city Bmlt. Also you get 13GP'lment 83.34 BODY AND FENDER repairing and'painting. !' R. S. Evans 101 W. Central I I tral Ave. Phone 4321 ask for

way. For .al or trade for city nished cottace. n I include to pay COUPLE Capable; for I Estimates gladly given phone 5296 and ask for Venn. Wynn
DUDR COUNTRY CLUB see- erty. See A. Allison. PJP paved hlshway good location r ::: In case of death. First Na running WAN car Satisfaction .u.rn & D.Varncr. CADILLAC-1939 "61" 4 door sedanA PONTIAC 1941 6-cyHnder streamliner -
\olan. Iota low .. 495.,.,.. W. Washington.HIGHWAY c&r or fillinc station. Fries ( I Bank at Orlando. 4th floor. (150 per mo. No pl'Dt ne..r. 234 W. Phone 2-3153. I clean automobile with good | : 2-door. seat covers heater

trm. Pa ,. Rave lot a' FRONTAGE-U. .. Mo. 1. terms. p.ln. Foshee. r. CallMr.tang. .pr.ne 20619.CAREHRWANE. Dee- 1 LUBRICATION Shrllubricatton I'I rubber very and original black finish (9Q5 I and defroster less than 20.0 miles; LOANS LOANS LOAN3

.. .I.D. bu.l. la materials this bO. I bt..1 Coo. and T'1U.: h... 456 Boone-' :' Loans Up t $300 the thorough scientific lubrle.ton ,, this week only. R S. E..n 101 W. seen Gordon by 'DPln\mcDt 6550.I .
( Mr. EAST Every "nook and cr.nn Central phone 5296 and ask for I
bound increase rapidly j CAT HOTn' o.r i
eta I. Buy today to ahead of this I Palmer :r1o.lk room hotl Furniture Diamond loans- I apply to 1410 Mt. Vernon. ple.s i i car.or truck is touched. Smooth : Vann. ____ PLYMOUTH 1941 Special DeLoxe BORROW B? PHONE!
One block splendid room, drawing Finance Company. J. F. I mechanical parts, assure you. CHEVROLET 1939 sedsn. Mechanically -I 4-door sedan. Radio and heater.
c. caom MAN
Increase. somebeautiful COLORED For janitor -
We h. BO' from This r I work; Safe Clean inside and out. A barcain CALL US THEN
Build at STOP
one an & Manager 807 MetcalX prolongs Body burned. -
large lots course. of Poetofflee. t 2 hours daily; per hour. Apply re.p. b.rd-tore lot
Water, llchts.bant.b.o: available.Paved. I I of Orlando's most desirable close-la opportunity for botl operator I Phone 2-0339. I Montgomery 50 250 South Or- place makes driving easy I i|: Will make- truck I only 1295. R. S. E..n 6 W. Con
Carrusn Boland Owners nest homes. 10 bo.3 laU I ferring East Co.. Pl. ( LOANS-Quickly made on fur i W.rc safe and o ple.sure. ci Great ,, Rambo. 808 u.apjle Ave I II tral Wynn.Ave. Phone 4321 ask for IN THE SAME HOUR FOR
j '. Call Mr. .- I Southern Storea. 692 N. Orange: dIal
672 N. Orance. Carricaa Bide- Income 1315 wtt autos and 01I .nco.CECK
"ODt1 mmoDda experienced for engineer COMET MOTOR SCOOTERS 1947 !
2-45S1: "ODI8. 223.. mint not Nicely and comortably Realtors. 2-2380. 11 E. Pine. '. own Ho. FnaDe. Co. 307 Give age. experience 2-1550. ,i I Beautiful red finish duty PIECE ARROW B Clean through THE CASH $30 to S300
I I everything ( !<- FILLING STATION : ; : new tires: D. paint
EAST SIDE-BesaUlul furnished; Wanted-- Bldg. Dial 2.30. I and references. Box 202 S-Star. TRUCK-TRAILER REI'AIHS-.Brake tires Immediate delivery ( I Olt : cosine
at (375 and "budl. H.I .nd-... Owner called North will or Winter Park. Give fun LOANS MADK quickly. (10 to service; frame work: body rebuilding Evans. 6O W. Central Phone j21. perfect. Ph. 8. Reasonable.
pre 2121 .6 Road. make elt.o proposition for eulck I.. Nov ill 5-Star. On your car or furniture. CMBIATON-CIRD COOK 1 ; motor rebuilding; p.IDtDS: I PLYMOUTH 1938 Yes! Get cash quickly en your Scsa-!

Phone 8744. de Orlando bunca-home UA5 oiAIiUN and ilkmg 13.Finance Co.. 311 S Orange. : Tramor Cateterla. 'Dte Apply at I steam do.Dins: welding. Us I CEVROL-AND< > MOUs and drives nice. Clp. k lure. Auto or Furartare. Call ;.-: ;
payment For a time 0 M C. Trucks !'
one. 250. J. R. Smith 33
.pa only three blocks Orange City Hall. All Robin-
HEIGHTS 147 feet at (40O each. E
EtWAT oa aDd for yean to tome, this A' good for of MAN for clerical position 11 engineering and Miller Trailer DI.trlbutor; General formerly taxicabs. &
lust Adair Boulevard in and p' FOR EMERGENCIES. In running condition Cash or terms t
to come WeD .,
you department Truck A Equipment 2319
; give ole
Paved- assessmentspaid .tl I.lt .rle& equipment ou need 'money quickly. : "pri I Evan Bargain Lot 4771. I PLYMOUTH-U3 convertible GFC LOAN COMPANY
: Asher Peter. .e ence and ; Box 201 MaNse; dial 9809. 1.1 Clp.
AU of I 10. part of fat. Main; 2-O7(6.Ral&r.ca. f..lo.r lease.. ( & Credit. 21 W. Pine. Stair- rfor.neol S-t.r. 1934 coupe: clean > top. radio, tUo.
lots I Block Paulyne 456 lt [MAN experienced in pruning citrus CHEVROLET and h.. See George Zafor 8 71 East Robinson Phone 733
and 11; per front POi. Brker. east of nice excel to. a. m.
j 73-1. :
1 INCOME PROPERTY Apartment -7255. Ho I Call Auto inside and out; dr.o. to 8 .
foot. Owner Phone etrnUlre.1 f trees and gardening. Wed. lart-Acesore I p Fairbanks and Park Aye.
.
W'Dcl Smith. 33
L.rn fully fur- LOANS 1' I.nmotor; (225.
4161 hou.In good "DdUoa SHOP shipping morning 1200 N. Park. Winter Park R I I Winter
lualn. Mn with OI and auto loans. 2-hour in Robinson.CHEVROLET. Pal.PNTIC11
nished. 10 .14 ser- AUTO PAINTS-Any color lacquer I
OL1RS; WAT and Forest Rd. private bathroom.th.. .p., a year for O.ler.W Family Loan Co.. 501 Florida I I PLSTREWANTD Must be i or en.mol The time is now, the Wl Special DeLuxe 1 Custom Torpedo

corner lot In r.treW round. Will show (ood return oa ID (3.5OO for olck Bids. R W. c.nl .CI Informationtelephone place Smith Paint and Lacquer Co. I 2-door Sedan. Radio and heaterA I II reconditioned: 4
residential section of nterest. 208 8. Park 2-4655.! 436 S. Hmhfy. and 8. I I brand new tires; body and Interior
at Qu.t R. I
Sacrificed 2-1161. .her good buy at only
01.1 very
Low price for quick sale. Terms. A. "eent. 12.0., .L winter I 118. In perfect condition. Special price LOOK! LOOK!
*. Oraoie Ct OF 5 who ask for a loan here RECAP MAN-Must be experienced. prlrfu meet: 20531. Evans. CO W Central Phone (995.
OU Evans _
C. Golden. Broker. 12 N. OrldoA. C.4. "p GRRY and N.rket one. PnD.1 Finance Co.. 24 Apply! In pOD Firestone. Orange i AUTO SEAT bVERl-New. all 4321 enl ook for Wynn. B.r. Lt corner
and .
WinterPark. (2750 and Gal.nd Ask
LAKE DOT-Beautiful view; guest ..kl Orange. Rom PhD. 2-318. tic end fiber covers. tPc, CHRYSLER 1942-New Yorker sedan: for Jim Mills.
LAKE FROItT-Home site o IVfcacres. home; 10 furnished. 7 bedrooms ventory and futures practically .E. Mgr. W A N. 11 wool presser auto fans at Kenynn Auto radio heater and practically new LOOK!
Pavement to deep ,.k.. nm nice loris front ers price. O.De. after ; only thoroughly N. Orange Ave. Phone 2-2970. Car rung like a scared STDEBAKER 1942 "President"
Co..r with large citrus trees. Elec wrch. close. Sunshine Park business in same location experienced .o.n person need apply. Good vphcl.trr., and quiet. Overdrive and runs
carace WISE Get for
cash fit i
ready per AUTO SEAT COVERS-Made to .moth P.
trct Price 2750. Mr.: Lane with and Always for In- years, wishes to retire will sell pay and best working conditions. Ap 1 (1.495. 400 N. 'I good. Jim Cumbie Cars, Inc. 904 N.Orange. .
:
or business needs from Ac I your car. Convertible tops. Goodyear E..n
"ld&rlw G ne. NEW CAR SPECIALS
Ine. Broker. (77 ness and real estate or phone 2521.STDEBAKER
0.1. ome .tl. at cpeial lu.IDO" .nee at 480 K. pI yatonre! p.r.l.a CI.n.r. 155E. alrfoam for all purposes. Also 4771
?i. Ornu dia 815: for Immediate sale andpossession. Convenient terms \,'Pnlbl. Corpr.toa.. Robinson 1938 4-door
Exclusive in at Cocoa or'' i furniture uplolaten. State Auto Body DE sedan; radio. ld.a.
4-or
LOTS In Boloea Heights. Three I G Income property In 1. ( Haven. Term best salted to TO SHARE-My bean house some '! Works. Ave.., PhoneWinter I 510194 tires In A-l condition Comandor; excellent .
east of 8. Westmoreland on a nice 11.1. terms. Sam Brokr. 27 W. Washincton Borrow on your signature, auto rub. wIth honest man who con Park. 48 or Orlando 2.429. h.at.r: (950: ph Winter 23 ; I 2! Rio Orande St.SIUDESAKER 48 FORD Convertible Coupe AH

it. Price. 1500.. Ltndbercv Broke. Johnson Co.. 208 GAS STATION. GROCERY- or other coU.t.r.1 help clean .D; keep premireg Inorder. AUTO SEAT COVERa-Tailor mode.best 149O Fairbanks Ave.. P.rl o 1946 4-or sham.P100. deluxe eQwrpmeitt. Radio heater!

41.1 2olll. LT-W. Church and Car Lake S on 'o downtown eone. Albert Hodges. T.ft P.. grade of fiber with lo.tbe DESOTO 1947 Pa" or trade for l4 or older fog lights, potttgbtc.. white uJewel .
I rOlp
LOTS ft. bune. r.r. Ask for Johnaon.
LlDRNT 3 1.0. D.I' \RI.Mau.. I.uo' trim; or all leather; reasonable phone Lens than SOO S. Ed..t. old
3 f fake or .. for 1. under ae.r I. with Income 66. Sales Help Wanted 8043. Trailer FaiN 840 mlo.. Orange L I Apopls. .n' Adams mile ] diskt. $2206.I .
more than .
SOO ft. lake reperty. (1( W. Coa'rl Ave. othe nbrn.1 I north of Orlando.
1.0. .e. Owner's nM& LUGGAGE wheel, complete -
Troll
Hen. G.1 ORANGE NORTH torn r.t. OIL SALESMAN-Can earn (300 TAILI BRAND NEW SilICA
font. Convertiblecoupe
health forces sale Van Camp.
I.. Broker. 677 N. Orange; di 11: "VuL If you have some cash and. want to borrow money yonll (SOO month: write P. O. Box \ Box 124..Tat.1 ..._ 1942 perfect-Custom .d.n. 4 dor.d.n. ; 4-I.ndc 4 forward speed I 48 CHEVROLET 4-Door Stylemaster. -

116.LKE producing rood Income with ceond pep and energy this I your us ready to serve you. We of. I for further Information. SPORT day service (SOup I"m radio and beater I Very economical to 2-tone btee finish Radia
1.O15-On Lake Emer fast confidential together SALESMAN With TOPe aDI.rn. operate Equipped with new tire
fN unlty to make real .nl. some experiencein sale (1 315. S spare
; seat rovers: (25 and
Culek heater.
knoll surrounded floor apartment flexible terms. We try to ar- R and wheel. Priced well $1506.
.14. .Oal fo (4.SOO takes It. See Mr. Little building m.lerl.l. to cover S for sedans: West Auto Trim Shop. ronee. 4771. under cost ati
by .. 0'111" insurable title. Harold Shepherd Realty Co.. everythIng loot u you wont It counties from Salary ..ndcommwloD. 1 I 40 i 1 895. R. 8. Evans, 101 W. Central;
(500 each lr I dHled Owner. possession or rent. Can Charles Washington St. Phone 5124. (10 to 300. -or drawing account I"D Orange. County Dove Co. 64 I DODGE-1936 4-door- sedan. (49S R. phone 5296. see Vans.70.TrallersTrucks
phone 7407. I acsinst commissions. Give full par on St.. 6O12._ 1 s. E.an 101 W. CeD'r.1 Phone I 47 KAISER 4-Doer Sedan. New

Ave... C.b Mike Fo.e. Realtor >I GROCERY Orlando. and Priced living .uaer. : Finance Service Ine" 33 W.Cen'r1 i 1.II.r. as t nDr.nee. age, and I TARPAULINS-12-os. canvas specially : 5296. See McClaln._ _ I for Sale from factory. Price cant be beat
1Ta. 110.Pta
treated. Sizes 7toxlO. 9x13.
Ave. Phone 9837. r"ord. P. O. B"I DODGE-1941. business equityfor
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ale.
'In 10. .n.ell' Msln. Phone 8329. Tem. KIUle Realty, 12x14. 15x18. B. F. Goodrich Robini sale, ( Radio cup. ro.d1.mP. Factory bat prIce 12273. our
Ito,. 10 Term theselots. .. I LADIES Earn extra money; showing 30. I AUTO CAR TOCNo. .available
101 ,. Broker 1407 & ROBINSON ATE. E. Route 1-1: 1.7, 1.282. Spring styles of Maisonette i son and Oal.nd.I ._ Ph. 4 to SOO pm. i for el.lal supply pedal price $1M6.I .

Wa.hID.tl 81- dial 2-3937 and Guest house, furnished GIFT .SOPt ..m. frocks: In II.r.nWd spare time. TIRES AU sizes for ,rek andautomobiles FORD 1941 and 1943; ex-taxtcabs; of p.r. Orlando Truck and
.
101.LRA beds Income over (3OO mODt. 15.. lOI. 'rUe Mortgage Loans write box 57 Florida. I : government 'Irlu. ld.n.. For sale cheap. See j! Welding 1020 W. Church 8t

DOOHE-10 each SO. some terms. Dunn. G. lo.tol. H..1-1. Ikb.r. canine drug S & W Tire Co.. Garland RbI at or: .. 243 S. Orange Ave. I 2-800. I 46 SlAT Convertible Coupe < for-
Iot. 11.0 8ALSME on
ln 7546.
Dlra. 4 lots .c. Cu I Broken I N. Brown; 2-1269. MORTGAGE LOANS-On a stores. North and i on: phone FORD 1942 DIe 4-or Sedan I CHEVROLET 1946-New half toa.I f ward speeds. 59-60 miles on a

as (too e.. 8T CABIN CURTm. LK FNT-IO .erN.. lovely. tp. of. well located city and South Florida territories, all Georgia. | Don't at only I priced to sell 11395. Mat.. Od gallon of Price SOS.
I gas
protected. Phone 214. Daytona 0. t.D; Interest as low as 4%; Small new patented Item good i WRECKER CRANE 2 booms: 2 1095. R. 8 Evans. 6O Central C.. 101 N. M.ln.
LAKE FRONT lota-In Interlaken; Holly Hill Fla. S units and el.I. trailer park. O.ne. P. 0 years to pay. No fees. Prepayment extra P.O. 2933. .1 hand operated winches, complete A.. Phone 4321 ask for Wynn BANTAM 841.I 1947.
Orlando rnnuo. .nl H-ton.
: cash BI.
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retlrinc. 311. 11.0 with cable, booms raise and lower I TRAIR
Unusual. City C..elee" restricted. unsalew. 1.0. Owner .. 128 N.'Dlee R.-Mcl. K.1,, UP TO 123 line FORD 1946 Super DeLuxe cul AU steel ,, easily at 48 BRITISH AUSTIN Sedan The
Nydeeger .. Co. 18 K Terms _ _ _ nationally WEEKLY-reu. i I and can be swlveled. Holmes. (195. (2) Like new. low ached to any car. On sale at 165.
Colonial Dr dial 8065. SITE On LOANS 'We want to help you Hole Chevrolet 115 W. Control.I coup Inc N. R. j finest leather upholstery and tIn:
; TOURIST CUT -- cre. ORANGE TRAIL. I Thrifty economy prices; on I Cars. 904 Orante. S Evans 6 W. Central. Phone
LANCASTER PARK O.rlokln. 27( ft. 1-82: 2M 1 dep quick: close In BLOW 1It"l. for--. will a give home' or prompt build a service.new one Of slant: pay you big proft. .1 canvassing phone 2-4521 I j' teadiest body of any car Constructed. -

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Lake In most orange trees: led tourist The 01 investment experiencenereuery. FORD -1941 convertible coup Jont CABIN CAR-1941. Economical to !
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ore lIn
Lle.le b..t. 2
during week I
e.ll. .ak. : 71. Autos-Trailers Wanted Rml. 11.ur.
part of ale. Ter. A Oldol. Brker. tin D' lolr. I. First t Your own dr. as a I like new. Radio heater. (1.295 Interior. Ample .
auttfu! homes. $ r. ownerat 1121 Aye. P.rl. InS bulldincs. This U 8.tlrd. Fedorl a..lc bonus without cont to you. FashionFlniks. R. S. 101 .14 Ave. I Lhhtwelzht Easily ..to. .p.r and fine riding quality. $1433.
'J a I Loan Association I 1 E.a. Cont.1 any
eOI AUTOS Red taper Not sell .t.rhe
241.LT' TOURIST COURT SITE-Betweea 2 a Rome Income and .." Pine St.. Orlando. Orlado. 6 DerH. 4(718. Cn.lnnt. Ohio. I :O phone 529. See rar. (895. R S. E.n Cen
P. I us your car: we pay price I
Orange BII Ta. Pew main hllb.11 1..r Orlnl.; 2nd Is pried right and very easy I Call 8597. 9767 after 6 01 Sunday.Harley I FORD 1942 Super DeLuxe club Ir.1 Pone 4321.CEVRL .

south of Cola .. with- (1200 bOUP. Easily prop-con party. Exclusive. I Nb on an property long : 67. Employment Annle Wadsworth. 615 N. Orange. coupe. A clean car throughout. Jim 1942 1H ton elate'' R. S. EVANS
bnlldlnc sites high elevatIon O rty Ic. l-n. for appointment I I Cumble Cars. Ine. 5. Or.n.e. I Completely reconditioned -
\ rr' rate Immedi 'rek.
: 14
highway, .er.. Miller.available nearby' I ..erlr'. Zoned with for lul.entrance. e. A L Ohio. Real E\& I"a.. Frdrik. 118 BROWN'S And Nurses EMPLOYMENT Registry. If AGENCY iou want I II i ii AUTOS the fairest WANTED-Late deal In town models.see Holly For I I phone 2-4511. tern to stern. Special 400 N. Orange AvePhone
price (1.095 ,
d.Ir. St. Phone 2-852.Ratr. A C. OldeD. Broker. 12 Orange Ave. Phone 111. I!I i work, come to 615 W. Central. If you i ij Robson o\or.2120 S. Or.ne Blot- FORD-1941 Convertible Club COlp. Garland E.I'. Banaia Lot
phone
Winter PRIVATE ORnE SHIPPERS son Trail. i New paint new tires .re Amela 4711QUALITY
want help call I
6326.
P.rl. j
OUMONT ST.-100x115. with allimprovements rue can i i iI Jim Cumbie Can. 471. Ask for Jim
; well Vi TOURIST A T 8I2 supply frl&strengthen .t.bUI I I EMPLOYMENT SERVICE FLORIDA MOTORS-Used I"cditon. MI. I
rde. COLS CNTA phone DODOE 1938. l> stake .
t ton
,
ESTATE LOANS Low 1. I. Oran" 2..52. "
miles 8 cost ,
block to Lake J. b y owning the "extra warm" ; .ld Nln.Registry. demands good used cars i : condition b!
I.DO. reasonable.!
Bnnlng. Main 8361. a new. fast growing and prosperousdevelopment. described la "Indian River Buy Build or Refinance Home bookkeepers: SteDOrpber.. therefore we would now like to purchase I', FR1131 business roup Just G. ."
15 S acre tract with I new under Groves for .na BI.iea pro.n. Trust D i I 7225.5W. Church dome.tt. your used car. Only five en I hearted; ( J. R. j Cheney. Hlway oa C.nn
Mill
ORWIN MANOR-Nirs J in au.t concrete. 3 room oa late .rn. pl Fh J.Uo.a C.I hand makes as want See I Smith. 33 E. Robinson. | Ro.d.DIE1I2 CARS
C\. Phone Olr. L .1
ford section. (700. Kerl. Orlando and PARKER EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
It 400 ft. frontage .eDc' | H
P. Ph. 2-2424. NIght ;
O.ne H..n 'ld FORD 1937 : 85" motor \ er.D meh-

for tor.(300 1317 upJames Sllth 1. Hatn... 'P R.&& Will must leave and mut. ..o H blo. WANTED 1 .I 2-121 you want; 32 E.work Pine.or need help ..kDd2- 071. _ 1DVARNER ]' 395. M.lon'.2-or Used Can 5SO J I ...nl.l. :snd; .o tro.:$ mle- 544 "CADILLAC

ACLRR Depot.- dial 75(8.ANOR mortcaie fm.De.or several eulu.b. PATE prletoa man needs partner t. wants to buy your Or".o; phlne 2-11. Ave.. Winter Park Bjdramaue. radio and beaurtlcally iTt-
ORWIN Best residential ho. clothing trade AVAIBL for loans on 69. Work Female II j onto or truck will pay highest FORD 1939 .odan$400. new.
see Vrlte Dr. B. French. Rt. 1. Box well Wanted- -or
DODGE 142 t
B commercial -ton pickup
D. VarnerInc. engine -
cash price Immediately. ;
5 ft. tions. I have 36 machine .207.'L 217 W. Orlando I
'Io 75 Irontu: .I.d ..I.1 15.WIN -- Phone 5188 or ( .Bettes Investment Co. Z: Studebaker Sale* and Service. FORD 141 deluxe 4.000rsedan I overhauled; good Urrs. '46 "62" CADIlLAC

"rh.prid t. CandleU : 1.1, PARK-RI.b.150x270. Ideal 1-1. cor-. Jranee Ave.., .rO.De.. W..b.tl Phone 8:1. I CASH experienced; phone 24770. 234 W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. -Good conditon.super 825. 104 shape.1H Cargo Call Chevrolet 7087. I M. K.truck. I 'I Radio and heater. Like new

n B. Central. 6137. tr court gas station. New mod RAMIE PROEC- Would SPOT CASH PAID loT your used cat Irwin 8t Winter Garden Reid X mile east i I '41 CADILLAC "$2" "EDAMRydramaUt

PAL TERRACE-Beautiful b.i. .r 2-br1 home. 12x12 utility eon .nlon. who U Help Wanted-Female I I' COUPLE..-middle ased. .. caretaker I See J. C. McKellar. "Your Packard FORD 1937 convertible sedan.very Orb VIM : radio and hest-r A

lake view and lake frt blol con.treUo. Peed I la 1n.ti.. 145 8-8tar. I f of apt. or house. Box 195 D.lor.3.2 N. Orange Ave. Phone good condltoa. Must see toappreciate DIAMOND T-Mndel reconditioned -I really alee car. 62.250_

Attractive pre.Cal T.de. for e.ulck l-ta. 514. 8. Trie S.le.] sod posranteed 61.. '
InQu. 2
per.> 31 D.& Ive.. Winter 10 -Familiar with gen I! COLORED GIitL.-Want.s lob a< 540 N. Oranee Blossom speed 42 CADILLAC FLEETWOnO
Ornu 2.U. Prk. I RESTAURANT on Oraace Ave. e.1 ledger and p.nol apply II!: maid part time.I Carver Court. Tril. i Eaton axle. 18.0OO Ib tractor. Looks 7 passenger sedan radio ant i.-i./r.
UVR[ CMEI ac4 Indus *0 rr. FRONTAGE In hot business good lul. all year a handwriting t Box I Building 3. apt._6. FORD-1941 convertible cop. (895 I and runs like new Orlando Federal I Like new in every war.
CeDtal Ave. Price loeatloa. Doctor, dentist architect, of Wont I DN'LOSE MONEY Melton's Used C.r(5O i Truck Co 711 W Robinson Ave.
11.1 FAMILY WdaH-Rouslidry washing
.1.0OO each; cash Clark plumber or grocer check this iprt.De. phone 2-4601. J NO..1 CHEVROLET
: (-room lone at its FEDERAL 42
orr. MOTOR
HOUSEWORK I mochine work. 1 eervlce. TRUCKS
lw prt. two J day rca- for -
P. at. boost for We pay high pnr. any car
Br.l. Owe." Lobby Phone 20237.TWOU I business easy conversion and to comDlnstlon i J adults; settled, wbl. .om.n: live t sonable rates. Mrs. Agnes Halloran. Model As 1941 .. i $ station (595 '! available now ) "arrived. 2 door town sedan. Radio Rtrachin
Barcain at (11.6OO home 1 :I RESTAURANT-Beer win*. ; comfortable rom. Refer- 325 18th St.. rear H.ln.City P.. \ Ft.I d Csrg. 5So N. ar I|I 16M l' ton W lB. MoPl1 car. (1.39-;
>TS One taclnc KUlarney Don furnished; : ) Income over.n a .: health ?O6 s-Star. I 1 242 N. OUst Used phon.2-61. m S t o r. outstanding SEDAN
Circle, west end Lake Killarney.beaatlful Dudley Realtor 2-4745. ore 11 HOUSEKEEPEr cook. White Or.ne Ave. C.n 42 CADILLAC n03
futures and by all owners and operators. i
And 1'4"1 FORD 1940 Tudor deluxe: extra
kitchen help experienced special rl.l.d Radio and Heater. Looks and c..7
lake view: other backs up I rterone. h..lth Ie
I (2200 tacit or terms. Chrtumaa I Motor new Model
clean.
; short good Corner Keystone and (895 Martin's Used F.d.r.1 Trel. r like new
t It sod faces on county hl.l.a.Cobine Estate. 375 N. Or.n. (.823.RTAtANlu ". hour.Shop. 1" I Cars. 101 N. Main: 8409 I!I 55Ma. 155" W B. / tires, anx-,
depth 250 feet "lt 1 PROBABLT THE BESTSOO LAUNDRY-small bundles to do 'a > transport Top speed 5ml. 4 CHRYSLER
I 42
.r or.o.and .rpfn' MAID for guest home; home. Apply 817 8. Division Bt. j TREMENDOUS VOLUME makes it I FORD 1941-Tudor sedan good con- I j I l.r Ion. to handle pestbeds '
ft. for short hours; week (10 and possible for the Worlds LargestAuto ditlon. 900. at 9 East Esther ', e..lfl.d New Yorker Plaid Drive. Low tr..face. :
sale oa ; s
Iatl ( : LAUNDRY-any site! bundles. Fast with Axle Trailer or 51100.
telephone available. Couny 1. 1- .d In 32 N. DesJer to for Street. T.nd.m
; more
(2 ( pay you
; An. I :
Lowbed Orlando
: Building Apt. 4. Carver machinery
'. 0 two left of 12. (1.000 underpass). N..lban.alD I on property tens to p.nol c.D' -Experienced ln'h&: middle j' Cou.are. 2. i i your used car. Will buy any make or I I FORD 1941 Convertible Coupe. I Federal Trek Co.. 'Ir.n.r.W. Robinson '41 PORTIAC 6"
for 7(4 WUklaSCB Drive and ; model for considerably more thani Equipped 1 *
ae. by It .r. 2 aced. In i with Southwind heater | Ave Convertible cevpe. tUCse and hat
lo call
.. volume of business with low e.dl. rom; PRACTICAL NUR3K Care of elderly! I i i value. R. S. W.I I
Dr" Pbo. :SI. modern for high 473 S. market Evans 101 good rubber good top and la very I 81JSO
eU...Rp e.. head 50 nettlnc _[ I I FORD-lO3Tlei 1m
WINTER PARK Seven beautiful motor ; nat ; ni. __ people win live In. lat.re..t Central phone 5296. I I good mechanical Only A pick-up.
c.r O.le rtur. Nor ly ( month. I MAID-Experienced tenI I 1414 Ave. eondltl. I 1321. St. '
will pr Owe H.mli '' 1295. R. S. 3ftl 41 OLDSMOBILE "W
building It on Woodmere Dr.between rest. Will n .. eral house work. I USED CAR EXCANOE-Ua cars Enn. C.ntrl
Taan D*. and Temple Dr. vorable terms fo quick deal. Asher and aU for I Good salary. STNORPHER.1 and ,.I 1 sell. I Ave Phone .321 ask for Wynn. !I FERALI9 trsrtor-truck: fully 4 door sedan. Radio and h e-cr
only (8500 and 4307 or apply 615 Florida .nte. bfore 01
By a.ne. 14 Fairbaaka Ave. Peter Rlt. cor. Central and slot purchaser In cettlnc I Ave. .,. Writ We highest price. 219 j, FORD-Tudor sedan: 1942 International .ulp.d. .19$ Fruehauf 28 ft $1225
Main -Good plain cooking 424 .. (1150 Can be *
17. Mark with Louis Oeesiin. : no pas t Tyner. CentraL Ph W. Washington. Phone 2-2882. 1H truck. See at O. D. gee '
I 39 PONTIAC "V SEDAN
try must settled middleaced workln Florida Die Ca.ttn. Faux.Cr' *
BY P. O. Box N. Main; 2-1464. I IRETAURPu b NO ONE CAN PAY more for your I Livingston. R\QI, Box 28-U Orlando Extra alee. **95'f5cv.e
OWHtWPl 151 ; permanent position. 133 W Kelev dial
hour ; 2-1H38._
K. Ck 1 ,10 70. Work Wanted-Male_ car than R. S. Evang. '"be Worlds I Conway .N.r.e Rod.

each: Charmont Sub. each. OLD S-ROOM ROUSE. 1.er 2 1 at Huh S.ltau. bus; get 1 Largest Alto D.le." rn.rdle. of FORD-l940 8t.Uo. Wegoo. $800. O M C-J-ton- 1942. Long wheel base.I cars sild wills a 30 ds .
Fairbanks Ave.. 175 Killarney Circle crove. 10fot on its antiquity, or Its I I Phone I pl.tfor. new motor .1 tIres aMpe.
Sub. 4. (395 & eaclu with cross hlI..,; very close equipped I H and floor help; BLoCKt.AYINO-ftessonable. Box 2058tr. sparkling newness. S. !t I 2-1. I; and hydrovac brakes. 192 Clean
paring fruit ,, good for & trailer b. Mt. Dora. .. 3611.ln.bl; experienced; wages; good Evans at 4OO N. Or'De re.EU.o I i pogo 1937-Sedan, the ;n est clean- Jeep O tires and General
.
'AN' lot In Colonla..' Yr or..ullr.o.C.1 cr. 2.1113 Johnston P. San .aIO. 'i l 4771. j I Shiny edt. beat little finish car; you ever and saw Truer .I Company; 2319 J. C. McKELLAR. INC.

r Wr& .107. : BNhr. I et. RTAURTlo.tD OIL e.prleDte no CARPENTER minor repairs \ FRANK REED really knows how to locking oran.1 rl.n Come n. McRse 110. _
-Your
Packard Dealer"
Pine Castle. : I 8lnd.1 or ,'a j | the bleb for Ileror. prod trO. bu-
sale 01 : 38th 8t. and : Court .ork. homes. Tel.plon. 2.2.2. get dol.r your car rr and see r.1 Si UBETAIU.R-t..mUtp.
i BEAUTIFUL lots one or an. reasonable. W HAVE 1 COMMERCIAL proper Blossom : : and Pn" Years experience all equity. Cash five minutes. Why i. Ryan 4OO N. prance. 4771 R ( : 1I" Ork.CODt i 342 N. Orange AM Phone 'T7HOLLER'S
Betty Treat Evans. Broker. I -Uaincumbered white EECIVI office management give 'em away* Give us a chance. Carolina Moon

349 N. Orlando Ave. Winter Park.phone ties la Orlando and one I Pin RET/URH-ranl. Ave. :: ; for 2 small gIrls: no I ". accounting. Mlnlmu. sal- 201 N. Oranse Blossom Trail; 7883. I FORD vertible- coupe 1$4. ; super bke DL.-. .con-. ROUSE TRAILER-Palace: permanent -j
reasonable price with '
bed
0 lu. Eull.I. r board, and : :
Il Mr. Potter. : : salary; .r (3fiOO. Box 184. .a'a. LATE MODELTr.nl.and Stream- 1 Trade or Sharply reduced. 2324
: awning Lot No. Carolina
Castle at i of.
.uret. wn Cale. ;> ? capable party; Ute for W. South 9 Won
i
BEAUY LAT LTS Broker 677 N. Orange; dial :j ph FILLING STATION ATTENDANT-ment. cash or trade cml.a Tinker Field. Owner) Camp: Edear N.la.Hoi"miR23'.
O.ad. with RETAIL FISH I capable of management, any size on Ila .m.1 FORD-1930. model A, In fair I USED
Mike B. MARKET-Best homes and shape. sleeps 4
C.b HELP on
eat lakes. 100x103. or see 0.0.3 and maids butne. Wi. J E-
tim in station: 10 yrs. experience. 2213 I ;
.aD\ West
Street after
at Lake 3'10 of a t.1 O.ne will I I Can of 3 or 4. I ..n. 3330 Blossom T.I J.eko. Box a
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Holda Gaen. on .f.t write Box 1 3-3O
St. Phone 5529. Post 8-tar. pm. I
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No
lDe. T.n. S.tday
Bile east Trail Lake 2-1941. I t.lb.i TRUCKSRECONDITIONED
Oan. B BidsEustis.. W.lea i ii
.. Maiden Drive, S )1 P. |.I I TECHNICIAN_Experienced, for j GENERAL building and CONTRACTOR -and New re I I I ORHM-1937 Suprd.are' 4 door ; ROUSE TILEN. 2O ft leaving -
JTAUR Main hlshway. j I office. Please \ con.treUoD THE FIRST TIME ld.D. every respect. I 1991 Indiana
{ dial 2-4471 11.
S Country Ipry'for Sale 57. R Estate uu. Kittiacer. living Ol.r., odcmtor'm: I D.lr.EqliDp cement for high work.8tPIe J.el. SOC j I Radio new with seat 1947 covers.tag. Evans A good Bar buy Ave Winter Park_ _ _
R.u Yes. for doU..re I
for general 223. getting top price your car HOt'Fl'tRAIIfPtS-New and used.
ORLANDO RESIDENCE for Concord. houa.ork: good t tt Bl Z.Uwo. P. corner Garland and Amelia ANDGUARANTEED
S and from R. "World's Lt.
COUNTRY rooms .r. S. Evans Largest
l 8. and L.
BOJNl story '_ lane I t\' cl.o salary. Park Lake MEAT CUTTER-or truck phone Ask for Jim t .1.. Trailer 8.1.
bath: c lot aboatacres a te RESTAURANT Br and drvr. Dealer" takes only one trip to our 471. Nil. I Oranee Blossom Trail.
breakfast .. I _
equipped poultry house : l.t with I \eolr.U. over ( 868. | Vct.nl uppracd r uc lots. Save. yourself further roundsby HUDSON-1942 "6" club coupe New 1. -
HOUSE T7t.Afl.ER-New
a good 86.5OO. Ask shower. Green's Fuel doubl .ek .tk. fixtures and institutional work; e.pn P. 91.RIOM selling today. : motor good Royal Maroon
f.n. Bam. Hutchlas.Broker carace; corner .& South cash or terms. enc I m'Dta and nonou dl' o 2nd t u P.I.O Inc. 9O4 N. ..,1. : a<*re._rr cheap OranveI
len 'Cmbe C.r
,1.M 12.0 .ra
Bu .lt Free and clear. phone Box Blossom George J.
Ownr Wa crDer ro and ; Wrte 181.i du R.dlot.I.Dhoo. p- Drive In to any of our 5 Orlando ph"e .I P.rk. ,
ter Park ( _
CONWAY SECTION Strictly ns .3 a. until : year lease; Income over ( i Wanted to care for tion. Mrred 8t.I asian Box 17 l.Uo ..phone 529. I 1946" Super "6" Sll.r.r.HOSETAI
bungalow A-l condition; .or .m year. Chnsmaa Real Et.t. boy 3 years of axe from a.m 81.r.YOUNO. I HrN. Like new in ". for I 1_. EIrar. 29
rooms: 3O ; leetrie hot water 58. Real Orange; 6(23. I j| 1_n Ph 4984. MAN. as. 27. presentable ,I Cumbie C.r Inc. 9G4 .0. d.ta..m : electric b'aken.clean 1540 CHEVROLET
"UO Ett "aDt i I E non-drinker and smoker i Phone O.D. : only few
beater cabinets: 5 RESTAURANT doing i Must be high appearance mOt' P
tld.el 132-Jn.
..u tp. I for sale Coe Caasss And Coo 2 Cpet
eras good lad; highwaytrostae WANTED) 10 U SO bUaDe. Priced .nbl. Hosiery and handbags. native. Orlandoan. ea-eervice. married 75. Autos for Sale l JEEP WILLYS 1942. In excellent house. KHncer. 1029. West Smith
QRV &r Shop 115 with children home owner desires Axel MS Rear lhos. $1 033
wiling etc. S.
; duty T healthy faU-oeerlnc ln 1-31 o CDteI P c. Orange. I conditio. 1615 Memtt P.rl Drive. Ave Colleee Park.
I via sell quick-ao yea better hu. Desire Winter Oerdea I.to. 1c' 18 to 45 years of age potation In gelling. O.n. ear. BRITISH "OS51H7. Luxurious .I Pn" 781. i
Price .Dt Can give excellent references. Phone HOUSE TRAILER 18' BBOlt filly
I
arC Realtor. for
\ :. 1.1 cu bl.r. .' dial Ka&2-O99O Or T ROOM-Winter P.rk e e.feter psUol No 6823 9 to I pm.. t.thr. -lwr.: Eonomle lare .&. Ul'.CU ZEPHYR. 1937 business I .IP' vacuum braker. good
high class Easy ,1at:
0 oprt&
new tires clean
nun &a. : { be soM by Feb 2Uu
Mam5809. ep. p.it i
Broker 145 N. 8.E..a.
\ Six YOUNG MAN-Age 24. clean and MM CHEVROLET
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GROVES-ROMES-BUSINESSES equipped and operating; week. UDo. fur- ledt delnr.. R I JI. Cub. ..Inc. 904 N. nesmt offer to (850 H. WTO
.CUNY PROPERTY: "Since your property with aggressive Full d.t.1 340 P.rl P.. Idea .orkl. cndiio.I neat appearance non-drinker and 6 Cpntr Plne Orange phol 2521. take livht utility trade.
Citrus smoker. 2 yrs. college give 4-door Hi Too Ckasia and Co*, i'li.
Caeaault it rf.rae BUICK 1941-Boadmacter; sedan
111- P Ct'Bome Broker Jennmss. Inc. WISH 1-3 partners to erect C.tetr. Ca ambitious and i I MERCURY-193* __ sedan. New John Pltkln. h' 2. Box : oppo-
.e Pt a daRer 671 N. Orance Ave.. Phone 7234. in lot near Orange willing 0 I.. : ota o.r cleanest itt motor radio; good tires lit. Arts TsvernRt.l7.
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Pt. Rat. proJ apartment 1 apiece needed. 193 ) I( & -Hours. 11 to 7 P m- hs mod &1 Stt ,
HOUSE-Oarace or duplex. I I new uDIIr lights. 32* i NOOSE TRAILER CFtMrr. three
and Wa YB I perlence preferred apply : dUol 'Dt l.ma..hole Orange; Mr. Webb. I
Close In. Have cash buyer. YOUNG : : but will I Loss I months old: sleeps four: cook and

HOME furnished AND GROVE Completely Not over ( O. C. Stewart. Real causing present owner to sell. '. Lunch 6O8 N. Garland.& Box prfer.1& & ._ _c.le_ _otr_ BC-93-. Nice. MOTORCYCLE-1941. Hariey-Davld-. beating stoves and Ire box. Can be "AS KH TROCR6 AT A

ratal Hla.. with road furnished tor. O'Neal Arcade, 97M.LISTUCO hl livIng here fo several $ ... 'b-experienced MARHIWVTRRAJ0-Age 21. permanent 550 N. Orange; phone 2-4601. Ca 1.. 61 bb-v.: completely ..e.i; In seen Loci-hart.opposite Chamber. o Ca
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clka house Marine anti rn Valencia 4 r' Ict run. & C. B. Dr. e. VaH hunt modern fo Orange Ave.. i year coU.e. 3 ,o.r.dne.1 flen.pn BUICK luxury-1941 car. 4(1.195 door sedan.! T" a. 1.10.MERCURY-Convertible crab co .: i i -TAR1'6.- Empire. .

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1. .tle machine inspection Consider on R CU Jh.. .. Winter I ; .
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P. 8layton. Realtor. 33 112. Icl.1 Only those seeking per BOCK 1941 Convertible Sedan! I British Enfteld. I HOUSE TRAILER-1945. 27 ft.. Ba 141
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Or. L 102 fL lora St.. pheoe 0451. O'N.a R.at -n D apply. Apply 71. Airplane Sales and Set-rife j II Excellent mechanical condition. A equipped with 8.u lltwll\ eraftsleeps 4; electric brakes: A-l
m.la 41.1 2-353. .. :1 Carolina C' I bareain. Jm Cunote Cars, l 904H. dltP !I. PrIce restored to MOM. Ton CaaassAad P at: Beavr 17.1

bout. =r 1%iars, living LISTINGS luc if WATEW..I. &. (3000 short CASH order will cnlL bay Beer ACAT Stenographer PIPER CUB SALES .a.n. Ins- Ore nee. phone 2-521 I Se Ru.ed P cn'n.12" 8. throughout Evans. 6 D""I. El north.Punt Lake P.rk Hieh- 2 Speed AMI W Una. 'As U $4 <,

Must resident Or- mediatedelivery BUICK 4-door 44.
Brad- Carter. 9516. jamenoa .pr.ne o l. ni 'ri 11 Spr Id.1 Phone 4321.
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Carter..Mtn .a Central Icud1. .t 1.D.. 'ra dP.r and Apr for Rd Cars, &. L. D.Orange. i SASH-1939 aal Well cared ton TRAILER-Alma. For sale'

Ln r Mln and fu ue. business .prene. Bank> .lpr cruiser 2 miles rDt So.e, phone.34521.I J. I .ul; condition; i tral Special fo the 1n T Ces>-
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LISTINGS WANTEDHarlow G. main r.DD'O. I Church St. 17 &alr l aa
balldin ,. IUn Oi FUchtseeinc. I BUICK 1941 ap. We are few
$ bathe = Prk. oe Tu. ""I.
richly lasdsca 22nd year dealing In I' Sp Cfl &
acres Albert Pk. 'h.hfa. H Ba. DiC.-Wifl tram I I I I I Coupe. Radio NASH 1938 dab ep.1937 Packard at ertl reduced prices. Our matte
Broken loans 111 ,. PRnUC 1tr. Ho&
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"LiUle\ TSsSROOM &t.D 8188. Ole di 2 .oeD \er and more per I ENGINE ratings e Grumman I; best we have bl' a II C H.a,. First 1s "Small Profit and BigTurnover.."
fenced. 1 acrro, = N Ore; HERE IS a bakery in new fPU our products 1 T ; land sea and iastnuneat.Veteran's j, (129S. R. 8. Evans. 6O W. Cs,I Rouse bak E.en' Or Come see for yourself and you be tiw I
busgslow 5 new ui. making good prt Wt all need not Old Aviation. '| Ave Phone 4321 and ask for OLDSMOBTLK 1939 sedanIn 1st Judge. Big limit supply bottled

Orlando bus.If = cu Rich,07,. PONT LIST your property with me san .ul.ent fo a ,. Write qualifications \ ap Country C'r.. Ph Pk 863. BUICK Special 5-pameager class shape .eDe body alt I tri beds and chi We .u.&
Dea. unless you want to seW Henry (5.000 SpieceL.1 816 pick i the on
lflt.OnPt.Phon. 3 Burcn. Broker. 8. Main; Realty Co.. Br.al. Olad TAVR-d by side seaU ci C orem black finish 1. W1 .o ,
R15 1 2-10 fp.ol R..lt." Airplane D. .1 &I 8O8 C.ta monthly wn. Sonny South Trailer HOLLER CHEVROLI
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milos n.rth of acres.Tulyval WANTED T BOTI-10 t* 20>aeresf I clf Bldl. 5. Help Wanted-Male tie, 220 boars. engine, .DIa perfect: folly wt Ave. Par 1211 -. Trail

sold for cash this :Batag.i f first ci.l.rl crove. Give ARE YOU INTERESTED la : major Cruises Minpfc. rdio a'roaddol elPp'r'C OMOBI 6-1936. lIre new. orte- LASXLLE: 1'1 "rk..ip tk.r.n
at Rabbit 9. J.I fail & letter. Wn 1 i selling a business* Maybe -.18 to 19. fo..lnt. Price. ( r.u.. Aviation l.dl& P fa ate. motor very good (55O. M a fe I.. ( 11$ W. CENTRAL Avz
South ., APopka Hlway" Taelma 6O6 Richmond Awe I help you. George PaInter with theatre ushrs .nOD "p e Municipal Airport. Phone ._ Ceatralphea.. ; Mr. Palmer Oaks Hotel. Rockledge. Sales S .end South'
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