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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
daily
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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f i- HALF A MILLION PEOPLE fro witfc.in .. '

75 mile radiut e* Ortoada. tfce IN YOUR SENTINEL TODAY
ora* which creates 24 teat .fFlortoVt I nb
per ( entiraia I
I livestock prodoctioe, 56 per r a 0 mtn I t Dura nry Pogt 4 Store Pagt I
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I tent. of its famed vegetable crop, 92 Radio .. .____ Pogt 6 Sports Pages 101TPepper
I I per Cllt of its citrus. I ___Page 7 Financial Pag 17

I 'Tis Privilege to Live in Central Florida The World's Most Beautiful Place for Abundant Living


. VOX. XXm. -NO. 30996 ORLANDO FLORIDA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20. 1947 TWENTY-TWO PAGES 1


Sheriff Hand 'GET WILLIE GREEN DOWN HERE' Paper Famine


Murray Seeks Parley Growers Reveal Serious


Of Seminole Crisis PlaguesU.S.

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With AFL Boss To
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County Funeral Services Dies 'Stall Strikes CurbWASHINGTON PressPublishers WarnedOf ,I Damage to Citrus Crop




Set for Friday- [UP] CIO Pres. Philip Murray tried to Shipment Bog _

[Special! to Orlando Morning Sentinel] head off strike-controllegislation yesterday by offering to NEW YORK [AP] Cran- II Hitching His Wagon to a Star i' Sees

.SANFORD Seminole meet AFL Pres. William Green before the Senate Labor ston Williams, general man- Industry

County Sheriff Charles M. Committee to negotiate an agreement for settling all labor ager of the American Newspaper ...

[Charlie] Hand, 77, who had disputes.The Publishers Assn., yes- ,4J.
j i
( Need to Hold
served as sheriff since the silver-haired CIO chieftain terday advised newspaper ",", I

county was created in 1913; protested all pending labor bills as publishers to warn their readers 4 .

with the exception of only two an attempt to "shackle" the work- that curtailment of size and ( ,
:: ,, ers and punish them for their -v For PricesDefinite
terms. died yesterday noon here at : limitation on. the use of paper was Top

the Fernald-Laughton Hospital "patriotic duty" possible at any time because of t -

week's illness. during and after disruption of of :
after. shipments newsprInt I 7\\ t4.k ; '(
One of Sanf ord's most colorful the war. .....J> :: from Canada. ( I Shortage
_
figures for more than half a His testimony ;'1 '''$: '" <, "Publishers must spread out the < \J Expected By April 5

century. Sheriff Hand stood six was punctuated limited amount available" Williams /

feet two Inches and weighed well by sharp exchanges said. I, JACK GURNETT
He seldom with There not enough box ; !fOur Own Staff CorresoonientJ
over 200 pounds. was : .# l are cars
felt ten Sen. Ball (R. :./< Canada and the U. S. WINTER HAVEN-A mixture
Been without his light ,.., in to care I ) (2r'
< ( s.-s'; ; I
.
love Minn.] : for all \ N' of
gallon hat and had a deep author of : needs including priority unusual weather including -
.,
for horses. Even in his later yearsit most of the proposed :: } ;; allocations for grain movements." /1 iUV a freeze a prolongeddry

was a daily occurrence to see labor Shipments of newsprint from spell, unseasonablewarm
him sitting astride his horse on curbs including the dominion were virtually cut
weather combinedwith
his way home from office or Joining a ban on jurisGreen off by a Canadian Governmentorder ,

in a cattle roundup. dictional strikes. At one point. diverting box cars to grain high winds-has brought extremely

Born in Flalnfield. N. J.. Sheriff Chm. Taft R.-Ohiol] sided with shipments to Europe and certain: serious damage to the

Hand came to Florida with his Murray against Ban. areas In Canada. The diversion I current Florida citrus crop-with

parents in 1879 and located in the Conceding that there was "no was forced: by. a shortage of box every possibility there will be a

Ft. Reed section near what is now CHARLES M. HAND moral justification" for jurisdic- ears and severe weather which: definite shortage of fruit especially -

Sanford.His dies at Sanford tional disputes Murray reportedthat hampered or interrupted rail fl/g //4:97\/I oranges developing around

first job. at the 'lage of 16. he had got nowhere tryingto freight movement. I April 1 to April 5.

was driving a team of mules In $125,000 Fire get together with Green to work The embargo was modified That is the consensus of a score

a logging camp. When the Orange out a remedy. HI I then offered Tuesday but newspapers were confronted ; ., .u19 /i.sPF-I I I or more of prominent Florida citrus -

Belt Railroad started operation -' this novel proposal: with limited deliveries I men from all over the State-

he was conductor ef the Razes Plant "Get Willie Green down here from Canada source of 80 per |I men who have studied the situaI -

first passenger train to cover and ask him if he is prepared to cent of their supplies for at leasta I tion from every angle, because it

the new tracks to St. Petersburg. At Oviedo sit down with Phil Murray of the month and perhaps longer. I affects their economy and their

At 22, Mr. Hand left the railroad CIO xxx [and] work out an Williams' warning followed disclosure I l pocketbooks.

and. with his brother Walter organized i' An early morning fire yes- agreement in your presence. I'm I that some metropolitan I I Taking advantage of the an-

a, company dealing in' terday destroyed the mixing prepared to do it." I dailies through the nation had already I nual Fruitmans Dinner in connection

mules and horses and operating a mill of the Nelson FertilizerCo. Ball, presiding in Taft's temporary I cut down normal volume of with the Florida Citrus

livery stable.This business becameone absence. replied that "I ,' advertising and anticipated fur- /f/b / Exposition here last night. news-
Oviedo in .w15
at resulting ?' : / I
ther .
of the largest of its kind in hardly think it the function of cuts.Reports
the State before It was terminated property loss estimated to be this committee" to settle intra- of "desperate" and I j (See Editorial, Page 6)

about 1920. between $125,000 and $150,000. union feuds. But he added that "critical" shortages of newsprintcame

In 1892. Mr. Hand was draftedas Described: as the worst fire in Green would be asked to "submitan from all sections of the I i men contacted growers, shippers
Oviedo since 1915 and-the second: country. and canners on the actual extentof
a deputy by Sheriff Jule Ander- answer for the record.
in the town the the damage and gathered
worst history
Predictions an
were widespreadthat
in
son of OrangeCounty to assist Green had made a section-by-
rounding up men who had robbed blaze gutted the entire mixing section criticism of the pending further interruption of shipments d//// 2' /i4 : almost unanimous opinion that

and murdered the president and mill. destroyed four box cars and labor bills and was rewarded witha even for a few days. might i4/ ; "we've been seriously hurt and

messenger of the local Railway i threatened nearby warehouses before lecture from committee members force drastic action. i,' the supply of fruit especially oranges
it was brought under control Williams' warning concluded will be short within 45
Express office. He continued as an that he get rid of his "nega
Orange County deputy until be by fire department equipmentfrom' tive" attitude and offer concrete with the statement: Visitor Drowns I days., ,
: Winter Park. Sanford and "The ANPA is in constant touch Big Budget Cut IT Truman
was appointed Sheriff of the new suggestions. EyesEmergency Citrus men pointed out that

17 incorporated Seminole County. Oviedo. Murray objected particularly to with the car service division of While Fishing I not only did the freeze damage

Sheriff Hand served one term as B. F. Wheeler operator of the two Ball measures-a ban on the American Assn. of Railroads the fruit, but that it struck at

mayor of Sanford. and one as tax fertilizer concern, said that the closed shops and other union security I which insists that it is doing Backed by GOPWASHINGTON In Lake Conway I End a time when the trees and the
fire was discovered about 6:30 everything possible to return ,
collector.He measures and a proposal to I H. J. Shaffer. 61. retired employe fruit were in vulnerable positions. -
is survived by his wife. Mrs. ajn. and spread throughout the forbid industry-wide bargaining. empty box cars to Canada where of Sears Roebuck and Co., of Dayton I .

Ruby Hand two daughters Mrs.A. miring mill before any part of owned by Canadian railways but [UP] Ohio accidentally downed in WASHINGTON [AP] In a I
L. Betts. Mt. Dora and Mrs. the structure could be saved. A they say no empty box cars ownedby House Republicans voted I Lake Conway yesterday about 4:30 I Not only was the fruit hurt but
Clark Red P-m., when he fen through the major new stride toward there is considerable
Raps tree damage
short circuit In the mill's wiring U. S. railroads are available to I
his
Sherman Uoyd. Tallahassee: yesterday to slash Pres. long dock near Oak Island while normal national life Pres.
all over the State ranging from
I brother Walter: two sisters Mrs. system was cited as probable Grabs in AustriaLONDON go to Canada. Truman's 1948 fiscal budgetby preparing to fish, Peace Justice I
Truman yesterday asked 10 cent in
Lottie Hunt. Berkle)', Calif.. and source of the fire. E G Duckworth reported per some instances to
Edith Stephenson Gaines- Winter Park Fire Chief Walker [UP] Gen. Mark W. WASHINGTON [ A P ] Senate I $6 billion after one mem-: Shaffer and his wife were visiting legislation by Congress to as much as 30 per cent in certain
Mrs.
hearings on the newsprint short- Mr and Mrs. I
: E. P. Perkins of
ber
ville; two nieces Mrs. Helen Sachse said that his fire-fighters Clark told the Conference of Foreign publicly accused GOP Senators Lake I permit "early ending" of the 7 1-2 i areas.
will Conway. They arrived in or-
age begin here March 4 before -
of Dr. A. F. Camp, director of the
Ruth Hand. found the mill beyond saving Ministers' deputies yester- cowardice: in attemptingto lando old "state of I
Schults and ,Miss a small business subcommittee yesterday and had plannedto year emergency. 'Citrus Experiment Station at Lake
Sanford. when they arrived in answer to day that the U. S. would never of which Sen. Capehart R- hold the cut to only $4'2! billion.' go to Miami today with Mr. and The President's message urged t Alfred said he was certain ad-

Also. four step-daughters. Mrs. a call at 6:45: a-m. and that all recognize many Russian seizuresof IncTi is chairman. Appropriations Chm. Taber. [R.- Mrs. Perkins. extension of only 16 of the 102 :
N.Y.] said the House members Duckworth said Shaffer had (Continued on Page 8, Col. SI]
appeared -
Katherine Alden. Lexington. Ky.. "German"
efforts were extended to prevent property in Austria Capehart said yesterday that I just walked out.on the dock alone emergency laws on the books, in- j

Mrs. Irvin Flasher. Miss Dorothy spread of the fire to other build- because they violated the Potsdam freedom of the press cannot be to to stand be unanimously behind the recommendation determined --, to try his luck at fishing and had I' eluding the power to arm mer- : The Weather
Mrs. Herbert Stoothof, all not had time to his tackle
Powell. open
agreement. preserved unless there is enough of the Joint CongressionaL chant ships and the maintenance I{
of Sanford. and two step-sons.: ings.One Sanford fireman was Clark an American deputy., accused newsprint available for all the Budget Committee for a box when part he near fell the through end of a decayed the- of defense housing, now in use for I j ORLANDO AND VICINITY:
John Powell. Panama City, Fla. $31<4 billion ceiling on Federal | Cloudier today rain tonight and
knocked unconscious by flying debris the Russians of trying to papers to continue in business. dock. No Inquest will be held. veterans. j
spending in the next fiscal I tomorrow
year.
and James W. Powell..Lexington. following an explosion causedby "legitimatize seizures of property as compared with Mr. Truman's Artificial respiration equipmentof Congress was asked to repeal

Ky heating of gases in the'fertilizer alleged to be German assets" in Two Youths HurtIn request for $37 billion. rushed the Orlando Fire Dept., was immediately 24 laws dealing with; LAKELAND (API The weather
to the
Funeral services will be held atC materials but was not seri- Austria. He rejected as "entirelyunacceptable" Included in the cuts were what scene, but efforts ': for peninsular Florida today will
lasting more than an hour failed i "problems of the war which no I
the Baptist Church at 3:30: p.m. ously injured. Soviet Highway CrashEdward GOP leaders termed "very sub- to revive Shaffer. be partly cloudy and mild, the
Wheeler a proposalto stantial" slices forces longer face us, such as the lease.:
announced that plans in armed i Federal-State frost
Brooks officiating. warning servIce -
W.P.
Friday, the Rev. In addition to his is'
for rebuilding the mill and replacing grant extraterritorial rights to Taylor. 17. of Orlando. budgets. wife he of public lands for arms produc- : forecast
the Ma- adding no frost dan-
the graveside
At survived three
bv and I
sons l
was treated at Orange Memorial one tion and of !
lost the use dollarayearmen.
sonic Order will conduct a service made immediately.equipment Most of will the loss be I I nations that take over German Hospital last night for minor injuries The action came at a Republican I I daughter. Arrangements were incomplete |I ger is foreseen through Saturday
at Cemetery.' assets Austria conference summoned to ] and will
Evergreen in as reparations. be announced
*
I sustained when the in l
covered car On his he ordered Federal;
was by insurance he said. own.
:
I close gaps in GOP ranks beforean t later by the Carey Hand Funeral I
Oviedo officials said that an Investigation which he was riding driven by agencies to suspend activities under Cracker Jim Sez
Mrs. Genius Wins I'I! J. C. Teston 19. also of Orlando. informal standing vote was Home, in charge. t :
will be made in efforts Pope Asks Children I taken and the action was not I the emergency clauses of 36 !
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crashed into the back end of a Done uncovered them squash
1 to discover the origin of the fire binding. But Taber said permanent statutes at once or "in
Trust Fund Fight To Aid Suffering I trailer-truck on the Apopka High- member he saw voted "yes.every" I UNRRA Goods Sale Rapped : any event not later than Mar. 15." I that me an Squire Larkin put
way just outside the city limits i them dirt hills on when that cold
Oil
CHICAGO tAPI Mrs. Charlotte Refinery Strike I. VATICAN CITY [API Pope State Road Patrolman I* R. Elsewhere on the Capital scene: I WASHINGTON UPI UNRRA The progress of reconver-: I weather was a _ _
Pius XII urged Catholic school I Senate approval of David E. officials who look sion makes It possible to
Genius. 68. of Winter Park Fla, Averted at 11th HourLOS Marchinton reported. with favor on now headin up for a
contested her late husband's children in the United States yesterday :i Ohe Johnson 17 a passenger in Lilienthal as chairman of the China's request for the right to'I take an additional step toward freeze an them
000 trust fUnd. established ANGELES [API A strikeof I to give their pennies and the car. was injured slightly but Atomic Energy Commission was I sell relief goods on its "free" or I freeing our economy: of war.time thing is allrite
Baptist charity, and $800'-1 refinery workers employed by I dimes to "the millions of suffer- not admitted to the hospital. forecast by a Democratic policy "black" market were warned yesI I controls." said the message to I aint even got the
feared women were after seven major oU companies in five ing children" of Europe and the Marchinton said Teston was being committee official, unless thereis terday by Rep Vursell R-ni.l I Capitol Hill. leaves frost bit- ':i'tm..
money." yesterday was Western States was averted at the Orient many of whom "are going .. held on a charge of excessive a change in present sentiment. that they would be violating the' Mr Truman made it clear that ten. We dont
Sen. [R.-Neb
However Wherry
$80,000 and $12.000 annually for eleventh hour yesterday when O. I to die so very young." speeding in a 25-mile an hour doubt" whether intent of Congress if they make he hopes to declare an end of the have to worry
I' expressed "grave
life by Superior Court Judge Rob- I A. Knight. international presidentof Speaking on the first; day of zone and that Lawrence Combs, I Lilienthal would win the bitter: such a deal. emergency before midyear. I I about em any _
ert E. Crowe. the CIO Oil Workers Union Lent the Pope said the "immor 26. driver of the truck. was being : \ I
fight over his nomination by President morecausethat
Mrs. Genius contended In her announced that a "final" attempt i tal souls"; of orphaned. starving held on a charge of improper driv _
Truman.
suit the late Dr. Arthur E. Genius would be made to settle the agc I.I children were "in peril of being er's license. Sen. Gurney R.-S.D.1] Intro- FOUNDERS' WEEK PROGRAM AT ROLLINS freezin all through weatheris with for this Winter -

had the intent to defraud any dispute. set upon by the enemy of God." duced: two bills to establish universal an what cold we have from

woman he might marry of her Inheritance Crippled Plane Lands military- training. Both now on will just make em taste

women rights were because seeking his bethought ..LEADERS OF DRIVE SELECTED I It I Constellation PARIS [API with An Air 17 persons France I I would 17-year-old require males registration with trainingto of all Hancock Says U.S. Can Obtain better. +

money. aboard landed safely at Casablanca start at 18.
Genius. who operated a clinic Women Civic Workers To Aid at 3.21: pjn. EST last night-!, Sens. Vandenberg IR.-Mich.land Business From Latin America Daytona BcacH TODAYS TK*.TIDES. Hub 128 a m.
here died in 1945 at the age of Kflgore D-W. Va.] asked: and 1.4& p.m; Low 12.57 a m and 1.32
after its of
77. He had married Mrs. Genius t I its cargo crew when jettisoned one engine part failed Congress to initiate a constitu-: Despite mistakes in our relations with Latin America Pin Cocoa Mac Tides high 739 am, and
three years previously. Mrs. Genius tional amendment permitting 18- the United States has the 7:16: pm Low 101 a m and 1.42 PJB.
previously had received $150- Campaign, for Hospital Funds during a Trans-Atlantic flight. year-olds to vote. opportunity to obtain a large i Sebastian. Inlet Tides. Huh 713 am.
000 from husband's state.Tonight's : headquarters of the airline an I share of the market of countries to the South, Ralph Han and 7.51 v m : Low 1:02 a m and I 37 p m.
her OPA Chief Max McCullough or- Sufi Phatca. RIM 6.59. sets 6.19LOCAL
I Mrs. Grace Phillips Johnson, vice-chairman of the nounced. dered his staff to carry on ration cock, author-lecturer on Latin American affairs said yesterday -, TCMPCMATUMESMidnifht

Movies and price control activities "asusual" in talk at Annie Russell .....
Orange Memorial Hbspital campaign fund for $750,000 a Theater. Maximum 10: M'"' ''' 44I
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BXACHAlf: The Time the Place and Closed Shop Ban Voted pending final word on I.ID. $8 1 pm u 74
the Owl.- 15. 3 IS. 5:20. 7 25. 9 35_ "I Wednesday announced selection of leaders in the women'sdivision He spoxe on me Mind 01 the'*D> 2 a IlL __uu_ 56 2 P. u__ __ 'I'
ROn "The. Time the Place and the : NASHVILLE UP1 Tennessee whether a House-passed fund Americas" series as a feature of 3 5 m. ______ 53 3 P.IL ____u '71
GtTt" 1-05. 315. 8:20. 7:25. 9 35 j I of the drive which will be the largest in Orlando'sbistory. House of Representatives I slash will gain Senate and White the in Argentina as head of the anti- 4 5 iS' ___ 51 4 I.IIL ___nh 75S
passed Rollins
COLONY: The Bator r 4.114. S4. '::34. Senate-approved anti-closed shop I Week celebration that will 5 ..i. 4'7 e P.IIL 10
con- ------- n
< *MO- Saity Roarke.-- 1 00. 3 50. ; Announcing that there "win be women's division i bill of'64 Rep. Cole (R.-Mo.1 protested to Americas. '7 s-rn. _____ 48 'f p.m. .___ 7'
into 10 yesterday by a vote to tinue
8:u. 345 545 groups. of over the weekend with S. IlL ______ 4. 'p.m. ___ '72
GRAND1Down: Missouri Wu." 2:10. several hundred of Orlando's most each to be led by two co-chairmen. I 25 after overruling five crippling Secretary Agriculture against; Alumni Day on Saturday the Animated "This movement. I feel is more I a.. uu___ 55 9pm. __.u_u_ C.
;.34. 7-00. 25The. Inner Circle.: 1:00.: |prominent and active women civic a captain and five workers Mrs. I I amendments. any "secret" allocation of Ameri dangerous than Communism." he 10 a IlL ___u_ 66 10 p.m u u 55Ili5m.
23. 5 so, 8 15. 10:40. workers behind the hospital drive." can-owned sugar to 30 other nations Magazine on Sunday after- added. 72111pm.\ __h' $4
; Johnson and Mrs. : == == '
Ricker announced Boon I
.R1ALTOBandit of Sherwood Perest I noon and the mid-Winter convocation 14 *S
J.10. 3:SO. 8.35 :20. "Swampire.." 1:35. 'Mrs. Johnson said that 26 wom- the immediate appoint- I i 1 Hugh Ferguson McKean gave
13. 800, 1. 45. en yesterday at a tea in her home 1947Zebrua1941) on Monday morning. I TEMPERATURES CLSCWHCRCHie
i j ment of the I discussion of an exhibit of contemporary -
VOGTJ co-chairman: of the I _
"Son the Sauta. 2.00. "The United Lew Stat Mi LewLoataTtlle
i States has beenvirtuall'Without ?
3.55. I:4": had accepted responsible positions Couple 73 and 18 to Wed
5S t American being n 3
:SO : .. groups. They are Mrs. George W. S- >> ?!. "VW painting :34 18MempbU
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.BABY GRAND- ""Dan.er s Passage I as leaders in the campaign. 1 a foreign policy I, AsnrnUe 40 32 :; 28MerMtan
I Johnson and Mrs. Lmton Allen: CHICAGO IAPJ Cornelius J. shown at the Morse Galleryof !'
I
15. The Cheaters 7 JS. 10:IS. toward Latin America in recent Atlanta 50 38 *'- 41
DRIvm "The Bw Shew Oft" i I Mrs. Sam Ricker. chairman of Mrs. Joseph Bumby and Mrs. 20 21E1 Boldt. 73. retired business man Art daily from 2 to 5 p.m. : AU be CIty 34 28Birminxbsa Miami 71 }JMinn
13MONT, -Mer\ Miss Bobby Socke" the women's division said that Harry Dickson: Mrs. H. J. McRey- and his bride-to-be LaVerne An- years. Hancock declared, "and The second performance of 47 38 -SI. PI C
UIU. Twe GUTS from the term Yankee Boston 32 21 Moot:> 7t 54
; has
1I11..k .. Mrs. E. Harold Johnson and Mrs.; nolds and Mrs. Harry B. Hall: 23 24 25 26 27 28 dersohn. 18. planned yesterday for ingenuity a Harold M. Sherman's new play Buftaiei 24 14 Mootiom"- f.J: .3
XTJ8TI8.ORovt.ND Tf Tm ruckAbta* I A. H. Smith had accepted postsas Mrs. Calvin A. West and Mrs. I their wedding Saturday-but theyweren't different connotation there thanit I"Mark Twain." starring Fred I,I Barbns-toa 15 3 New Or:eaoiAlpena ;i2 4$
hrenr.- Chauanoca 35 M
UWN ilew York 24Chicsg.
CITY:"Nobods- 'a Irtah Beaa" vice-chairman of that division. George B. Carter; Mrs. W. L. 1947 Qareh 1947 giving out any details. : has here."Despite. Stone at Annie Russell Theater 23 e Norfolk 38 34Cinci.&ti
L3nWt2; "'Ssdmsni Tan1oQ.x ." Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Bicker Sharkey and Mrs. John W. Free- this Latin America closed the day. 32 II PMUdtlpUla 33 2tCJe.ooelaad
--x> ......... I II& $," P.ADI:. also announced the I AM Mai. TWUW\ II'I win buy from and the I 28 17 I Phoenix 71 33
a. appointment man; Mrs. C. Howard Sayre and 77.34 Julian Street DiesLAKEVILLE. us large I Today's program win be mark- Dallas 42 38' PttttbUYli __ 18
MOUNT DORA -Colorado ScnnadO;; of a women's campaign executive Mrs. J. N. Stonbraker; Miss MaryL. chare of that market well get ed Detroit 22. PortTcJ. Me. 77 20
ba4ova by address by Dr. John I
Orer chlaat* j. 1 Conn. lAP] Julian an Dutata 18 .11 Richmond 34 30
: -A"1 S. MI Shoulder.: committee consisting of them- Branham and Mrs. J. A. Pitt- Street. 67, novelist and essayist combined with that which thereis I Martin. consultant on International I El Paso 59 43 St. Louis 31 18
selves and Mrs. Vernon W. Estes. I man; Mrs. Loomis C. Leedy and i, in the U. S, we should be Fort Worth 39 37 Saa Ao'onio 48
; ; tnzd5rPn.iLAKELANO..pOL died suddenly of cerebral Relations
; 2 a hemorrhage at Rollins on the
6 8
Gefreston 68 6O
:: : 1 -3 4 5 S Francisc 53 49
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Mrs. Ferris Mrs.
et Pettus Lee; Mrs. L. A. Blake at his home yesterday. : able ta keep the wheels of industry subject "Foreign Policy in the Jacksonville!; 7$ 47 Esrannsa 72: M
.: story'";:; 1 Gentile Jr.. Mrs. Joseph McCormick and Mrs. Andrew Townes; Mrs. : turning." Kansas CHJ 33 19 Seattle M 35
PALAos lI> : "Tb."Thu gui,5, 40.a..Ta :':: j and Miss Margaret Piper. I Murle J. McElroy and Mrs. DeWitt 9 10 11.12 13 14t I, The WUstHBf Ovttrr' win clave aD Atomic Age. It is scheduled for Key Kest 78 83 TsmpaKnoxnlle 7$ 44
38 33
r 'i&t ; U'I I With _decision to divide the Miller. fay. SatuoUr for WasUactoc'i Blrtbtajr. ." He warned of Nazi influenceto 4 p.m. at the Winter Park Con- UtUe Bock 31 28 Vicksbar Washinct i 4T 42 33 3f
the South and pointed to Peron gregational Church.



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Salvation Train Crash SPRINGFIELD, Mass [ UP ]
Army

Death Toll Reject Issue Hollywood TestFrank Sherman H. Bowles six struck, publisher news-ofSpringfield's vmm

: Hutson Rollins College papers, personally drove the first
I Heads Retire PITTSBURGH IAPJ A gather- ,;student will leave today for Holly-I truck load of daily news copies MARGARINE

Set at 22ALTOONA. ing of Protestant church leaders wood, where he through a picket line yesterdayand -
f' : : yesterday rejected the classic economic will make screen was arrested shortly afterwards -
Climaxing a record of more than Pa. TAP] The dead;; doctrine of Adam Smith as tests for Columbia for driving without a I HOME MOVIES
from the plunge the Pennsylvania being "irreconcilable" with the Pictures. license. I
100 ;years joint service as soldiers : v I distributed News, Sports, ComIcs Advtntur
Railroad's "Red Arrow" took down'a teachings of Jesus. Hutson played Bowles some 4,500
and officers In the Salvation J< / 150-foot embankment in the I; The action was taken by SectionNo. e the part of Spike papers to downtown news stands I 5mm. 11 DUD.

Army, MaJ. and Mrs. H. P. Mac- pre-dawn hours Tuesday was fixedat 1 of the National Conferenceon : the Reporter in just as he had promised he would Helm's
Donald win retire Mar. 2. MaJ. E. I 22 yesterday with seven of the the Church and Economic Life. ; the recent RoI-: I i I when pickets prevented general Camera Shop
128 injured on the critical list. This section, made up of people : lins production delivery of the Daily News Tues- 1825 Edgewater Drive
Pickering, territorial commander The last of the dead were Iden- from various economic groups C ., of the Broadway ':day.
Announced yesterday at the weekly i ii { tified' yesterday by the railroad'I comprises one-third of the 350 hit. "State of the I
Rotary luncheon.In F and Coroner Daniel M. Replogle> delegates to the conference sponsored 1 Union." I
Salvation Army work for : of Blair County with one excep- by the Federal Council of : Photos of Hutson Wilson's . .
nearly 60 years MaJ. MacDonald tion. Mrs. Lillian Pettigrew of Churches of Christ in America. No % were previously -
said that highspots in this periodof Adele. Ga. was listed among the actions have yet been taken by the tta i sent to
fatalities but there was belief the conference.The Hollywoodby
service included being respon- I i body may be that of her sister \ QieA4ueeaa
sible for at least 20 persons becoming !L .1 section unanimously voted la. Howard Bai-
Mrs. Beatrice
White
of Bridge-, that- I Hutson ley. director of
of the during -
officers Army
ton N. J. Mrs. Pettigrew's brother' "The Christian church should the Annie Russell Theater.
this period. One family in
Mtr < Willie Seabrook of Bridgeton. was oppose the classic doctrine as defined -
particular, he recalled would be said to be enroute to establish def- by Adam Smith that the \
"rb. A'yYryo. f Alaskan
Many glaciers believed -
are
In-
service In
leaving shortly for finite identification. individual in pursuit of his selfish to be
retreating instead of
Originally, the number of dead will be
gain led by an invisible advancing. Food Consultant to Wilma&Co.

t was thought as confusion to be 25 but was reduced hand to work the good' as an un- --- . ... . . . . .. ... .. ...e
I over names satisfactory answer to present eco-
I was straightened out and badly nomic problems."We A
Hearty Starts
Breakfast Day Right
mangled bodies were identified.I II hold this to be irreconcilable -
1 There was a Mrs. Renetti listed with the emphasis of Jesus i LIFE A.,' Starting the day with a hearty, leisurely break
I among those dead but later the upon service as the basic motiva- I' NEW fast is the only way to start the day right An extra
body was identified as that ofMrs. tion of life as exemplified in his five or ten minutes spent at the table is much more
Innocente Brunatti of Wyandotte command: 'Seek ye first the King- '' jfo 4i0ZP% valuable to health than the same time spent ia
I Mich.Following. dom of God and His righteousnessand bed. Why not give it a try.?
is the list of dead all these material things
and the injured who still are listed I shall be added unto you' bearing LENTEN -
I either in a critical serious, or fair in mind that Jesus also laid upon -

MAJ. AND MRS. H. P. MTONALD. who announced yesterday they i i condition Dead: : I Ii j I man of his responsibility talents and abilities"TransAtlantic for the full use MENUS E

would retire from the Salvation Army on March 2 after a combined 1 1I Mrs.Mr*. Innocent Dorothy Enclish...tt.idla'a: Mich.:. I
service record of more than 100 years. Stationed in Orlando for the Mich ; Theodor. P. Kittrdce. Baltimore:
Bertha Kaimark Keaniburt. N. J. Pvt. Record I
last five years; they will make their home in St. Petersburg on Orarc H. St.CT. Toledo. Ohio: Mm.;Sadie Set Serve
I retirement. Taylor. New Castle. Del- Joe Drumm. NEW YORK [API American
I DuBois, Pa : M. E. Mc/rdle. Scottdale.Pa. = Overseas Airlines said last night .7 mss IMRS.GRASS"Noodle
-- I : R. H. Henry Derry. Pa.; J. M. Paraok. -
8 Alteon Pa.;; Charles Oliver Stein- that one of its Constellation "or Soup
Ul. DiU dla. the officer of which he first officer In the Salvation Army hart Tiffin. Ohio: J. V. Lcnrae. New York; planes had set a new TransAtlantic -
Crystal I Mr*. Margaret Samaritan New York: By- nourish
XXXX Confectioners'Svgor. knew as a boy in the streets. of since 1921 and has been stationed ron M. Jafckeman. Philadelphia; Harland non-stop speed record from | a. utaarTr
j
!' L. Bowman. Bowmandale. Pa; Philip ..I.Lelden. Shannon Eire, to La Guardia
I Asheville N. C. in Orlando since 1942. One of the Altoooa. Pa.: Homer Bohner. L emoyne. SOUP -yet contains
Field
,
covering the 3,108 miles in
meet .
Extra Bin. MacDonald is also ma- sadder of he P.: Wlllltm Moore Pittsburgh; [ NOMEAT1Mal i
a aspects resigning Mr i. Julia Bush. Camden. N. J.: Mrs. Lillian 12 hours and 15 minutes. The
jor In ,the Salvation Army and said, was leaving the "wonderful Pettlsrew! .or Mr. Beatrice Wh.te.Brtcl.eton. new time is 21 minutes faster a sauces, gravies I
is retiring at the same time. people of Orlando. The MacDon- ;I!j Pa.; N.Mr*J. : Laura George Dajaiffe L Bowman.Toledo.Tyrone. than that set by a Trans World Aainar.&ohlethepackagejust
Both feel that the inspirationand aIds will make their home in St. Ohio. Airline plane Tuesday Americansaid. | add

help offered unfortunate Petersburg to be near "an aging j t i Critical Michael: Billle. Altoona. Pa.; Edward waterl Economical
persons by the Salvation Army ister-in-law. I James Matin. Pittsburgh: Howard Fenster- .. : aI
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1t L11 has influenced many lives and Maj. and Mrs. MacDonald were Clarksburs.macher, Lewtstown W. Va: Sit.Pa.;Melvin Dare Drumm.Grubb. Loot Found in Tin Legs s j
produced many wonderful re- both born in New York City and I I i' Dubois. Pa ; Howard Silcox. Richmond Va.: Sizzling Mor \_
Pvt. Ronald H. File Toledo. Ohio. I FRANKFURT fUP] U. S. Con- I --s
sults. he was "a letter carrier in that Serious: and Pancakes
stabulary troopers didn't like the t
city for 11 resigning in 1914 Charles Dunbauih. Pittsburgh: Lawrence
MacDonald has been years
Maj. anIF Ensluh.: Midland. Mich.; Samuel Thomas way a German was hobbling as I Cut 1 can MOR into S or 12 slices.
to do evangelistic work with Christian I Fred Detroit Solomo.: Frank Hihtland Kasmark.Park.Katnsburt Mich. N.J.; he approached the Austrian bor- I Melt Vi tbllp. ADVANCE SHORTENING' ,add MOR and brown
-< Missionary Alliance. During Fair: i der. so they took off his two tin i on both sides.Meantrhile .
world War I. he was building secretary I Roaaaa Bar..... New Jersey (city unknown legs. They found them filled with
of the YMCA at Camp Up- ); Mr. Ann Brunton. Grosse Point I bakepancake
I Mich.; Diana Condas. Pittsburgh: Rabbi i black market loot, including food, i batter (see recipe below). I
ton. Long Island N. Y. Georce R. Llrberman. Canton. and watches. II
Ohio
t DON'T : Ruby currency 1
VITAMINS His first assignment as an officer Mares. Trenton. N. t: Adele Nowak. Ntnticoke. O'tYTour Way North... Serve with plenty ofCERTIFIED I
Pa. Alfred Puia. I : MARGARINE CLEAR BROOK
: Vernon. Orb : or BUTTt
L was In Poughkeepsie. N. Yn Mri Clara Mann. Bayonne. N. J.: Frank Actress ? .? See SAVANNAH'S I I
Jeweler Wed .
and Serves 4
to accompanied by sizzling
BUCK YOU UP TRY moving to New York City in 1923 Goldle. Cross Point. Mich. ajrup :: : ;

.. and transferring to Washington. 'i'I i HOLLYWOOD tAP Actress Beautiful Azaleas I r.___________________ ______ _______J
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'Albania Denies Mine I Bonnie Nolan, 24, former Powers
D. C. in 1925 where he became
rcj .
n utat r"u p varm m
model, and Michael Leffert ,
Holly-
NUXATED IRON bandmaster of the Salvation Army I Sowing, Flays British wood jeweler will be married Sunday '.. I Take Your Choice/> > Did you ever put English walnuts!In
band. Additional posts include pancake batter? They glamorue it
Cumberland Md.. Durham. N. C. I|I LAKE SUCCESS [CUP Albania they announced. I"-c.....-, "..... Whether you like thick fluffy! pancakes mto a grand dish for Sunday night
Wnea your doctor iris !.. a .edleb* band eon full....eolor Ia your blood. Far Asheville N. C.. Greenville S. O denied "flatly and categorically" .. "# or prefer them thin like New supper or after-the-thow snack.
,
aa< n to..', help ,.... he tiys aa the* Mil nd !blood hehtt many of oa to fed taM yesterday responsibility for 2 DROPS RELIEVE THAT England flannel cakes, you may have '
. aMdieiae. UkewiM. if vitaatfoi *-' bock I I w..daefuI. U.. KUZATXO IRON tables and Charlotte, N. C. | any -' '- I choice. The only difference is in The,. a Trick to H
.. sowing the illicit mines which \ :' '::- your
SNIFFLE '
yes gw try MUZ1.TXO IRON a* bap )r. 4iz-.M w tb.1.b.L Well known as a musician.I I I AND SNEEZE '' :' "
the of used. Here U
killed 44 British sailors and inJured f : r J amount liquid an Half the trick of baking pancake
Maj. MacDonald instructed several ; At the first sneeze put two excellent recipe: easily is having the griddle at the right
42 others in the ;
additional Salvation Army narrow r: drops Penetro Nose Drops in I I temperature a drop of water
bands before coming to Orlando. i Corfu channel on Oct. 22. each nostril Soothes nasal ';' i.- j Pancake'Batter should form a ball and"dance"on the
: i On the contrary, Albania :.: membranes checks colds* : griddle. If the water flattens out. the
Although his first love is the I]I charged in the UN Security Council watery flow. Feel better im I 2 cups flour 2 Clear Brook EU) griddle is too cool;if water vanishes ia
cornet, he plays all brass instruments that on countless occasions in mediately. Use only as di- 'I 1 tsp. salt 2 to 2))K cups milk team, the griddle too hot.
as well as the plano- .. .r rected.3 generous sizes.Get 2 tsp. baking M cup Clear Brook
the last British warships
Surprise the family wthWHIPS accordlan. f have flaunted year Albania's sover- PENETRD NOSEDROPS Plait a Stop-over at the Superbly Modern powder Butter or Certified K-..p ff Handy

Maj. and Mrs. MacDonald will 'eignty and security by plowing 2 tbsp. sugar MargarineSift The flavor of Mor is especially good
leave DeSOTO BEACH HOTELand flour salt baking powder and with pancakes.And what a team they
for St. Petersburg after| through territorial waters in violation I
i sugar together. Beat eggyolk. and make for a nutritious as well as delicious
"Civic Farewell" ceremonies to be of centuries-old. international JENKINS SAND add milk and melted Certified Margarine breakfast! For Mor contains
&
held at the Salvation Army CIta- I law. II' Cabana Club or Clear Brook Butter. Stir the same high quality proteins and B
LIKE THIS del on Mar. 3. NEW SERVICEWE SAVANNAH BEACH,GEORGIA into the dry ingredients. beating until vitamin as the iweet tender pork
MacDonald smooth. Fold ia the stiffly beaten egg shoulder meat from which Mar is
MaJ. is affiliated
UN' Selects Byron Price WILL BRING I Dmalj M Atlantic Ocu whites and bake on a hot griddle until made.So keep several can of Mor'on
with the Alighan Temple. Cumber- I LAKE SUCCESS CAP] Byron TOLR FURNITURE rrie.w B-J light golden brown on both sides.Turn hand for everyday meal and emer-
I land. Md.. Orlando Shrine Club TO only once. geneses.Depading .
Price, wartime director of
LIfe Member Elks Club, member ship and former Associated censor-Press OUR STORE-223 BOONE ST. U.S.Kaon IT m BumM.KftorieSmooth. ." )kiaees..1 ,.... Sincerely: ,
SELL IT FOR TOO GCOTI.J. .tbcnct V. i 1 tla.,4.
Rotary and Optimists Clubs. George Rector
I executive news editor, was named _
(Commission Basis) 110 to Snimub text((1'milo>)>
yesterday as an Assistant Secre- One Piece or House Full
On an average, about 50 beef tary-General of the United Nations For Further Information Writ tf Wat .- I
carcasses can be graded by Gov- I He succeeds John B. Hut- j CALL 2-3795 J.Marshall Morrow Manager f xofac
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JAPAN FIGHTS FOR THE PEACE-NO. 5 I, Thursday, February 20, 1947 (QrIZ1U i, fiarntnG Sfntterl Page 3
& Iroaks

Auto Upholstering Kiwanis To Hear 'I WILL MEET TONIGHTThe I

Special ThIs Week'I AA How Nippon Ma Return! Marian Clark Phillips Post I

TOPS V .3.W ps University StudentThe 1227.executive American Legion will hold 8 I WREN'S
Black or Tan Topping an meeting tonight at
Seat Retrofit 'and Recovered Ir JAMES R. YOUNG 1 pans made from scrapped Kamikaze -f, round the aged persons disabled need for expanding at the home of Mrs. Ruth Perna. I
tM Loa St. Mwn*) z"US2ULCEU.COunS [Author of "Behind The Rising Sun'JTk ] I suicide planes chimney Pipe veterans and women and children I ties at the University of,, 1944 Harmon Ave., Winter Park I 2200 EDGEWATER DRIVE
writer, a foreign correspondent I from reprocessed tine plate gar- feed mulberry leaves to the silk. will be discussed at the 1 it has been announced.
is tfca Far East for 13 Tears, reveals I den tools and iron beds. j I worms. I I meeting of the Kiwanis Club
i* this final article of 8 series onJapan's Japan has skilled laoor by the j Industrious tenacity, as well as The Best In Foods
plans to win the peace, millions the capacity and the a desire for profits will restore 12:15: p-m-tomorrow at the 1 IT'S HERE
Philippines conditions which will desire to re-invade foreign mar- encourage and further expand '.ber of Commerce by' A. G.. [
ACID STOMACH Japanese commercial geat$. tll.1 kets. The Japs can do business' farm and factory output. In world 'I Patillo Jr.. of Orlando a I PHONE 7717 FREE DELIVERY
rrJSeSss.:r -'aJuTiMa"izzjznL: ::..* again in Manila for example In markets will appear Japanese-de' at the University. *>, INFRA \,
.. V.II. ... _...... .. Paul V. McNutt. American ambassador cement and as the republic remains signed finished silk goods in com- *!
==:' : '= :: Philippines Republic I' in a state of armed rebellion with other textile
lu 'Scatter l..M. is..e eo to the petition rivals. I TO ATTEND MEETING
t.u .sera. errs n._ ..... ii._. has returned to his Far bitter feuds will render the t Combined, with matches. furs. Clerk Arthur Newell of the ALUMINUM INSULATION FRESH DRESSED FRYERSLB.
= t:= 5:::: Eastern post in Manila from an Philippines a prey for Japanese leather radio parts dyestuffs and lassie BOW against
:.. .
1I cuit Court will leave for
;:.=: ..... M asst &.oM1.. f.A.e important visit to Australia. Justas commercial invasion. porcelain shipments to Manila and'', SUMMER'S ? WINTER'S
a"s Nm.r. r. -.HS -a......-' the United States is being askedto The charges among the Filipinoswho Shanghai Japan will improve her ,,'vile today to attend the BEAT CHILL 55c
:: : .... = : supply. on credit to Japan. $25 are indicted for treason or now remarkable trade balance of t two-day convention of the Highest in tests by
as ... J.;.: =
Ie tor Assn.. of Count"Clerks V. S. BHream of StandardsFree
rose. W5Ww a.r"test .. million of Australian wooL suspected of collaboration are $25 million acquired since the
Iral ua lor M*> $u r. Hail=He I know that the Japanese mills I weakening the Republic. | war's end. No wonder the Chinese 'I opens Friday. Newell will Estimates F.H... Terms WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTIONOF

CHA..I.UN: NATURAL rooos are desperately low in wool Inventory Bitter animosities will serve to and the Filipinos contemplate that with the Duval County clerk LOW COST OUR "A A" RATING MARKET
L1'I K. CHUHCH ST. OBLAMDO, F1A. for I visited one of the help the Japanese win the eco- 'I the Japanese will win the peace. I I to the meeting 35 W. Concord Ave. Pit MSt

oldest near Nagoya. The manage- nomic peace through' connec- Japanese businessmen the Filipinos !
ment spoke hopefully that the tions which the Japs will have and Chinese realize are MADDENS
United States would arrange an among selfish Filipinos and formed Into autonomous govern-
Is This Your early shipment of 250,000 bales moneymaking Chinese. I'|ment subsidized bodies which Refrigeration ServiceDon't
and he was certain we would play Japan has stockpiles of raw rubber make markets competitive in a Fuss Fone Gus SIGHT SEEING TOURSTO
the Uncle Sap part soon. He was I I tin silk and great quantities i i'I severe way. They are experts dur- Domestic FONE and Commercial
7726
PROBLEM CHILD? right. 'I of American machine tolls preci- I|ing violent international economic
Mc- 12J MataoUa Ave Orlando,
Ambassador
By contrast. sion wood Given continued official
instruments working upheavals. Backed: by 20 Yean ALL PARTS OF STATE
Nutt could report to the American : plants testing machines and dieswhich American encouragement the .ia''I
people that the Filipinos have no I were stored in concrete tunnels Japanese will respond with sur-
factories or industries. We have I and caves. I know of one stock f'Ii I prising recovery and they will New Gars Trained Drivers Private Parties Charter Rates
voted almost $1 billion to aid the i of 8.700 machines all maintain their output under the
Philippines but there are "hitches"to ready to produce for operatable'l most difficult conditions. NEURALGIA
the deals and while we anxiously I markets of Manila and I BOK TOWERLAKE ST. AUGUSTINEINCLUDING -

rebuild Japan the national I The Filipinos and Wilted fruits and vegetables retain Alligator and Os-
Government at Manila cannot might acquire the inventories as very little of their originalvitamin WALE&-64 miles trich Farm. Marineland. Old Fort WE DO NOT RUN SCHED-
I TORTURING YOU? from Orlando. Marion Oldest House in United
meet it's monthly payrolL Long
I and bitter political feuds will cause 'resentatives reparations but unless their rep- !I C content. 6-hour Trip States. 120 miles from Orlando. ULES; ALL TRIPS MADE
act quickly the ambitious 10-hour Trip. AT YOUR CONVENIENCE.
the Philippines to submit to early.I engineering-minded Japanese Rheumatic pains driving you $20.00 Charter $3600 Charter
commercial penetration.The
Japanese
will convince
\ occupation authorities AUTO SEAT COVERS
Chinese are there now I that the machines should Try fastar-actlng SLOAN'S 1
L LI. immune to political brawls I remain for economic rehabilitation. Complete Stock ..... aches, bronchitis pains, CYPRESS GARDENS DAYTONA BEACH
shootings and civil war among ', We Install Them cular _..... ana. stiffness also 5 PASSENGERS IS OUR
the Filipinos and gradually they | "You want us to rebuild our far this quicker help >. M lief WINTER HAVEN- 2 mi. 62 miles from Orlando CAPACITY FOR ANY ONE
a. faaay about maala?... will corner much of the Philippine country and produce export goods ED MAYO Dent from Orlando. World-famous Beach. and CAR AT CHARTER RATE.
agonireerie ffs it eut. Pat
Subtly on the critical aide?H... trade. with which to obtain money to pay 101 N. Main Tel. 9782 SLOAN'S-quick! It'. potent I No Speedway.
a uCfosticni....Vary your meals One of these days the Japanesewill you for your raw cotton fuel oil Yon just pat it on the ton, achiaf $20.00 Charter $22.00 Charter
by earring RY-KRISP.. be back.working through Chi- and the occupation costs. If you Yon fed its faster action at -=-. .
Synod Kraft Kttttk Pnam OUna- nese and Germanoutlets, with take these tools as reparations we ernes verm congestion.surge of.soothinc quickly helps circulation relieve WHERE THERE IS AN ADMISSION
or Kraft Limkvrger Spread os brightly-colored cotton piece cannot meet your terms with sweet tonneatinc paia.. BOK TOWER and ORLANDO- CHARGE PAS-
BY-KRISP.SpraJtU mA du>p- goods canned fish, canned pears potatoes and bamboo. the clever ALUMINUMROOFING Research shows SLOAN'S acM 1_
pod; crup toco*. Grand, with a, and canned oranges fancy hats smiling Japanese rationalize. ,_and_.the. effect fasts longer...to help. CYPRESS GARDENS8hour WINTER PARKAll SENGERS WILL PAY
bot bererajn.Tb I bright tan shoes, gaily printed curtains Cotton piece goods could start a wrest. Why Whenever fool around pain .trik.with leaser.. get Trip points of interest in both THEIR OWN ADMISSION.FOR .
*delkaooa flavor of this whol.rye .- silks and crockery in ex- trade war as in 1938 when we pro- FAST relief you cities. 2-hour Trip
cracker wbeta the. petite... I change for chrome iron ore. rice tested the invasion of Manila by ....t. P.t. oaSLOAN'S. $2f.00 Charter $5.00 Charter
I Get ACTS
make .vcrythmc tate better and sugar on a barter basis. Jap commerce. Japan is bound to SLOAN_keep FASTER
See Your Dealer
ADd RY-KRISP rich natural I The Manila housewife will buy win again. Gen. MacArthur has or It handy At all drag ACTS LONGER FURTHER INFORMATION

fouxhafa and vitamin Bu Try lit cheap but useful aluminum frying requested 500.000 tons of raw cot- Hardware Store etorest SI.40 35f.(giant 70*sue,and). SILVER SPRINGS DIAL-9878
4 ton for Japan during the first half

Il.e w, i a of use.Normally this year-for local and export Profile Supply 00.I : SLOAN'S Orlando.OCALA-82 8-hour miles Trip from CITY CAB COe I

FNhsMatta. the Philippines would Distributors FOR ACHES AND PAIN Charter
be rewarded richly in the export of $25.00
f
+ cta'i i t I hemp sugar cocoanut oil gold I 211 Butt St. r 70 years Seeded.'11 In re/ierla;*,.. I 243 S. ORANGE AVE.

SraRCtsw straw braid and chrome but peas-
; ant resistance to the governmentof --
Manuel Roxas is rendering the
Republic into a vat of melted
economy. The Japs will produce
the cheap consumer goods for the .
Mindanao hemp workers the Lu-
zon rice bowl peasants and the
Benguet miners. Already the en-
THROUGH THE YEARS emy is processing tens of thousands -
of tons of scrap iron from
submarines and ships for conver-
sion to bicycles trailers push carts
FIRST I IN I and truck chassis.
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Again by contrast the Philip-
pine peasant farmer is isolated oy
civil war while Japan's farmersare
winning the peace using their
QUALITY I skill and a labor pool of returned
service men. In China the farmer
barely survives on what the ban- .
10 tn dits leave him as they steal his

crops.
Jap farmers are today the Ori
/ ttnnrtIttJJ ent's richest. Black market food
prices have brought' him untold
sums. England Canada and the
THI CANDY OF THE SOUTH United States
are supporting \
-' two million peasant homes in
the silk region.
L-
Out of silk season the farmers'
daughters work in the mills. Year


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= 4 (grlanio !!!nr tug 0ttitturl Thursday, February 20,1947 I 'Recruits SoughtFor SEPTIC TANKSBUILTINSTALLED
Food Mart Navy Reserve t. Comfort

ii Service Shoe Shop .WALTER DURANTY FOR SENTINEL READERS I Sanford Kienker. Navy recruiting .1. +sl B'abiesf REPAIRED-569 GAL

t SHOE DYING Opens Today 032J:I with officer no previous, yesterday military urged experience men- I I i t:*fAT first sign of chafil Approved Board of by Health Sfoft
Gurantocd Work Pleasecrepes ?! \ *
50 COLORS 'I I WriteBy as I The Food Mart I tive Reserve to enlist program in the Navy's Inac-I'' ing tunpl* ,medicated eng rash dry use eczema Reiiool tooth or PLUMBINGREPAIRS

t 1ZO E. Colonial Drive WALTER DURANTY I Edgewater Dr.opens today featuring -! that previous service is for geode relief of

;rte. : When old travelers get together, their talk will ofen suzette at the end.Donon's. the a freshest complete of fruits line of and staples produceat and I I quired if. applicants can qualify I itching smarting irrita- I By licensed
I I "old" travelers advisedly, because is It proved truly too otherwise.Men tion. SO years a favorite I'j
turn to Topic E. say alas. no more. super-market price levels, I Plumber/
between the Mild Resiaol i ii
of 17 and Soap
Want a clean waterfront? the fair 1 rich a dish for even NEP to stom- i,: ages ,
I" prefer Topic deservedly sex, George and Pearl Fekany. owners I :
l
younger men may the 118 1-2 and 30 and 39 are eligiblefor I ideal for baby'i bath. ,_IRESIN01DIIITMEIT
Aquatic growth removed from or Topic B-yes, I should still rate the war as Topic B- ach days long when although the chief those cities were of Rus- announced yesterday. : the reserve activity regardlessof Glenn I. Holliday
: any body of water. D which-are business and politics, in I Grady Collins. 612 \V. Prince- former experience if they qual- I
C and
any
or Topic sia were bright for a year or two ton Ave., Is manager of the grocery 401 W. Concord Phone BRUCE THOMPSON order you like. Topic E of course with gambling halls and nIght- and produce department.The ify physically and do not obligate j
is eating and wise old travelers clubs in which black market profiteers I themselves to enter active duty I
and dusty desert when one said meat department with a complete
FhoM M4M 421 ft. Orui. AT* with the Navy in
except
,. OrUad don't just travel Jo eat. at least he would give ten shillings for a danced gaily in the sun.like : stock of grade A meats poultry as war. Kienker emergencysuch
not always.But many of them feel bottle of ice-cold beer and the grasshoppers. ignorant or careless I fish and sea foods will be man- Former members of explained.
all
0 that a really tip-top meal Is a of the long dark Winter that was I branchesof
w other replied "I'd readily give five aged by Virgil MlkeselL Both men the service also are eligible for CONGRATULATIONS
w. r, "a.er Lt+.rw highlight in their journeys. pounds (ten times ten shillings) soon to engulf them again. were formerly associated with the enlistment in the for
Now in this matter of eating, for a good long swig of London Fekanys in the Colonial Market. which the Navy is program
restaurants seeking a million -
"' Of In this country,
there
are three important points. bath water-straight from totap" The opening of the market men. To
I suppose the first one should be ? Ill name three that are good as brings into realization a longtime -
EeL tau the best food because that's reaUy And I know a ease myself gold at widely opposite pointsS'oisin's plan of the Fekanys. who MART
what matters most in eating. But in New York Omar Kill the THE FOOD
when a Russian train broke Khayyam in San Francisco andArnault's also own the Vogue Theater Itnh (scabies) _
': Cratracter McrckaaU many connoiseurs of this artoris down miles from anywhere on Bldg. and other properties in
ace oer Filter DtiplayMl43 It a science?-will argue that -if that's the right
the steppe between Astrakhanand Colonialtown. The property on
M. Mill St. rvm t-SJU I ISCTy the second point. the best restaurant Saratov and I had nothingto spelling, anyway it's pronounced Edgewater Dr. was purchased 10 WithSitfcfcfe I MILLS AND NEBRASKACENTRAL
Arno in New Orleans. Omar
should first. -
properly come
r eat for 24 hours until some- years ago with the thought of
ti VM ... MnWj/wCT/ Because speaking by and large. one said there was a villagethree Khayyam as it's name Implies. eventually building a business Tbla liquid preparation kW. In 30 FLORIDA LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
you are more likely to get the best is exotic Armenian. Balkan and lIllDuta In e Itch i
miles where block the site.
away we : on It Buy STrrcrs
food at the best restaurants. Nor Middle Eastern cooking, but superb comes contac- 1602 N. MILLS PHONE 2-JU
might get some food and the Several months ago a block- from your druggta'- send doe to
if that's what you like with
the third be
Congratulations the can food that point one most neglected enjoyed.I train wouldn't go for hours yet. wines you've never heard of. long business building was com- t.1c1d.eo..Commerce.Ga. tad
w Well, there wasn't a village but pleted at a cost of over 100000.
Do you happen to remember When last I dined at Arno's justa
some sort of herdsman's hut or All of the stores were rented except -
ling's story about two KIP-I few months ago they were
r wayside rest-house for shep- the reserved for the
the South African apologetic that their stock of one mar-
War on a
herds. They had nothing but vintage wines from France and ket.The opening of the Food Mart
and Best Wishesto
vodka and camel stew and potatoes Germany was sadly depleted. completes the immediate plans of Congratulations
DDT that had been frozen to Even Voisin's hasn't the wines it the Fekanys for the College Park
death the Winter before and
section.
had. but they still are pretty
WEBB CXTEBHINATB THOSE TERMITES tasted like it. The stew tasted The Fekanys. who win maintain
good, and the food needs no
Ants. Roaches eta like overripe camel which it praise from me. active direction of the store's op-
4 ELECTRIC EOYTE EXTERMINATING CO. was. but I still remember that as There is another restaurant in eration and policies anticipate a
one of the most welcome mealsI New York. Chambord. way off in large volume of trade from resi-
224<< S. Main St. Tel. 9532 ever ate in my life. dents of the Lockhart section and
!iW Orlando the middle of Second Avenue or THE FOOD MARTWe
thereabouts. But its unfashionablelocale other areas north of Orlando as
I know that there is a school has no affect on its quality well as from the immediate vi-
M 1 which claims that home cooking, which is tops both for food and cinity. An ample parking lot in the
, when it is good. can be the best drink. But yet more tops are.its rear of the store is available for
in the world and old travelers prices. I don't think I've ever beento the convenience of shoppers. II of
having suppliedthe
often speak yearningly of the pies a more expensive peace-time are proud
'r J. G. MANUEL and pot.roasts consumed in their restaurant although I'll admit it share his secret. Then the vicious
, .., vanished youth under the family was worth it. For sheer consistent cycle begins and you can mark its entire Refrigeration Equipmentof
' -:;: rooftree. But most of them shrug excellence over many years. La- progress when nickel and plastic
their slibulders and dismiss the rue's and Laperousse in Paris and and doodads replace the plain
; Builder and Contractor nostalgic thought without a tear the Tour d'Argent, one of the old- wooden tables and the simply- Tyler Make by Tyler Fixture Corp.
M in their eye and proceed to tell est restaurants anywhere dating papered walls.
you. reminiscently about Jack's or back to the 15th century,still keep
324 E. Jackson St. Mouquin's in the old days in New the French flag flying despite the INSTALLED BY C. C. PERRY
York or Donon's Restaurant long disasters of war. For that matter. yon need a
ago when St. Petersburg still bore I should say that France's claimto K Ey1lien 4.
i the name its imperial founder gave be the home of the best cookingin GENERAL COOLING & HEATING CO.
Congratulates Mr. and Mrs. George it.I dined at Donon's once in 1922, I the world can never be chal- Can
when it was revived for a few brief \ lenged for long by any other na. THE SILVER KEY
months under Lenin's NEP (New { tion. The French take pride in I .fA.PhoDe %.406% S
Phones 7696-2-4142 48 West Central Orlando Fla.
Fekany on:' their new venture. Economic Policy) which restoreda their cooking which is proof 'r.l' Acme Lock Co. 4 ,
measure of private enterprise in against even the well-known 35 W. Jefferson St.
Russia. Miraculously after five thriftiness of their nature. In so \..
years of revolution and civil war many countries-this is sadly true
We have makeit and Militant Communism,the for- of America and England-a res- I _
are glad to helped to I > X
mer head waiter and other waiters taurant or hotel becomes renowned I HHEfECOMES {. ,
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had crept out like mice from their then crowded, then more THE PARADE" .' '. -
possible for this fine new store in holes clad in seedy suits gray- :: crowded then declines. The lure
faced and tottering, but deft and of easy money and a host of greedy
courteous as of yore. Even more suckers combine to blight the for-
College Park in which they are gratifying was the resurrection mer perfection of meals and serv-
from cellars deeper than mouse- ice. This is especially true of the
holes. of old and glorious wines.!! "wonderful little places" which
privileged to serve the public. without which no food. however some astute eater discovers In
excellent can really possess full London or the great cities of the
savor. The food itself was perfect. United States. Unwisely he speaksof
.t ,from the fat Beluga caviar to the his find. and takes friends to
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(3I1aitha pttttttpl of Maj. H. P. MacDonald, who came to |[THEY WILL DO IT EVERY TIME By Hotlo |/THE PUBLIC THOUGHT
fHormttg
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f Orlando in 1942 at the height of the war

Published daily except Sunday. New Year's Day. fourth I and immediately plunged into the job of ALL HIS LIFE VERMIMWANTEP &1- 2IVE LISTEN Won7
of July. Labor Day. Thanksgiving. and Christmas by Legislation Stop
Sentinel-Star Co. (Orlando Daily Newspapers. IDC I at 238 becoming a part of this community. He is TD; BE $HEAP TO THE SWEET TALK

S-oith Entered Orange as second-class Ave. Orlando.matte Fla. at the Post Office at typical of the Salvation Army type of fine AXE-MAM, AMP AT 44 HE GIVES CUT AFTER

Ofiaado- itorida.\ under the Act of Marcb 3d. M7 citizen.In LAST HE C3OT THERE -? TOE CI4OP cOP74xi! rKTsK! Drinking Says Former Agent

TELEPHONE: -All DepartmentsSubscripiicn flll the four short years he has been in OH.THANK YOU. M4ATS rHis pt.Ac -

Price SSe Per Week.11.40 Per Mo.M Our Town Maj. MacDonald and his good / 6IR-'fl.t4NK'bJ( ; COMING TO? WHO Editor. Orlando :Morning Sentinel:
where thereis
*TIM ANMKSIM, Pwuttn HIMIT IALCa. EMTOUAI DUKTO wife have helped many a soldier and sailor IVE BEEN DREAMING CAJ'4A COULBA CONE IT? I to see be by a the temperance paper rally here

itKint CAwneo_. Gw. M.*. MAHCH. T. UWIINCI. AM. DIL along the road, done many a fine thing / WELL, ITS YOURPEF&RTMENT ( OP THIS CHANCE IMAGiNE-' ANc' THE CRUMMV this week, all of which takes me

C. W, La...". Ius. M a. roam P. WAMH. CLAss M.*. for people of our community become well NOW. FOR A LONG TIME. JOB THEY' GIVE ME- back many years ago when at the

Loe.. *MIUM. MAMACIM Ea. NotMtT eo.._. SIC. TI..... loved by all with whom they came in con- VERMIN mo :rM FIRST I'LL: GET IA CANNEP F1RE2! X NEVER YANTEPTO tender age of 12 I signed the

-ue--; ; ;;; Associated PressThe STRlCTLV HANPS RIP OF ALL THE KICKED' BE STRAW BOSS. pledge in Evanston HI., home of

Associated Press Is exclusively entitled tact.Now the Major is retiring and taking his I.OFF -' pEApvJQcv otrr- V.HJIPX! HEAR the WCTU. My father at that
to the use for re-publication of an ; OF ANVmiNa time was a great temperance TSchools
new dispatches accredited to tt or nototherwise wife to St. Petersburg for a wellearnedrest. ME! FOR'7tu-, :.. worker so naturally we had it -.
accredited to this paper and
also the local news published herein. e We are sorry to see the MacDonaldsgo drummed into us from childhood.

AU rights for re-publication of special. for Orlando will miss them sorely. But t When the 18th Amendment was -
dispatches herein are also reserved.PAGE ."
we wish them every happiness in the yearsof passed I became a Prohibition officer

6 THURS.. FEB. 20. 1847 rest which are ahead for them. t T LCU' and served for three years
in which time I had ample oppor- GelProjectors

TODAY'S THOUGHTSAnd tunity to see how impracticable!

if- the' righteous scarcely be saved. where THE MERRY-GO-ROUND ) this legislation was The picture
r ::1 today then. I
the same as
remains
hall the ungodly and the sinner appear?-I Peter ,
I as sure as the legal sile of liquor
4:18.: is stopped the "Alky" cookers will
New Science Secrets.
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j$ begin. Well never stop drinkingby
shall find such
Say. heavenly powers. where we
love? I, DREW PEARSON writing laws. or holding revivals Strip film projectors. purchased -
rests with the
Temperance
Which of ye will be mortal to redeem WASHINGTON-It is difficult for the average individual. with funds raised during the

Man's mortal crime and just th' unjust to save? person to understand the amazing vistas openedup C B. A. past Christmas Seal sale, have

-Milton. by science during World War n and realize --- = .1 I been delivered to three schools
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that the unbelievable era of Buck Rogers fantasyis t-' '" which reached their goals and
_
Strict Citrus Inspection Key now actually here. : : 10 Bands To Be will be delivered to the fourth
The most obvious development was the atomic J
ocru.oo.Lac.r3!.'cD .t:....:! I Friday Lee Hazen, president of the
Florida's -
To Central Economy bomb. Not as well known but perhaps even more I
Orange County Tuberculosis &
fantastic are the numerous secrets I

DAY-BY-DAY jobs have little romance 2 /,' of the earth which the PITCHING HORSESHOES In ParadeThe 'Health Assn.. announced yester-

most of the time and cer- %t't bomb's invention also opened. For !day.

tainly little glamor. '. the past three years for instance | Mabel Britt health education

However there are times when the most ; geoclastic scientists have been How To Pick Chorus Girlsman Central Florida Exposition, I secretary for the association has

prosaic of tasks becomes a vital thing to working on a project for setting opening here Monday will haveas I delivered the projectors to the
t( off a controlled chain reaction in its mid-week highlight a colorful -
thousands and thousands of people. I the crust of the earth. parade featuring floats with following schools Kaley in Orlando -

There is little excitement about the job This project is described by By BILLY ROSE dollars] When his competitors: were dressing 10 high school bands furnishing i Winter Park Elementaryand

of inspecting fruit in the packing houses of the scientists as & hydrogen chain When you read that Joe Blow is an expert at girls in $60 worth of cheesecloth the Great Glorifierwas music for the march along Orange I Winter Garden Elementary.

Florida. The rules are set forth, the men -r reaction in which the hydrogenin picking pretty girls it's so much smoke from a dolling them up in $600 Irish lace petticoats. I Ave. to the Exposition Grounds. | Jones High School in Orlandowill
scared off The parade, planned as a Win-
Well no one ever a honey by offerIng :
are experienced and they do their job day the surface of the earth wouldbe press agent's pipe. '
her clothes and money. The news got around ter Visitors' Day feature, will form receive its projector Friday.
after day in a routine sort of fashion. made to burn in a slow but Every so often I'm invited to judge a beauty and every girl in America with straight legs on South Orange Just below South *: "Other schools in the county

Things are different today. On the continuous stream. Simultaneously contest. Every month or so, some college yearbook St. and will start promptly at 11 raised funds which have been set
straight nose and carfare headed for Ziggy's office.
editor mails in a package of photos and asks me to \
these scientists are reported to Thursday. "
shoulders the the conscientiousness ajn. aside to purchase projectors,
knowledge, When the Great Man issued a chorus call, he "
select the prettiest co-ed Col. K. M. Shearer. Exposition
Truman be preparing a means for speedily Hazen declared "Cherokee and
the honesty of George Cope- needed the riot squad to keep the babes from taking
I
in the class. I he'sread stated exhibits this
extinguishing such blazes by a stream of back fires guess president, Senior High will add films to their
land's inspection staff rests the fate of and chemical devices which could hold its spreadat somewhere I'm a the building apart. His contemporaries. paying a I year are of greater variety and I, libraries out of Christmas Seal
fast $30 a week, had to content themselves with educational interest than .
ever
Florida's economy for the rest of this the borderline of any country. I professor of pulchritude Funds.
and much of next. and having seen it in seconds, thirds and 12ths. before. Exhibitors will introduce I I
year Fantastic as this may sound, it is only a black and white, believes 'Ii Earl Carroll hit the producing business about many new products and modern "\\e are very proud of our
Millions of dollars in their hands.
are which science improvements in home service' school health program which
small phase of the field opened up it. 20 years ago. Overnight this ex-songwriter became -
How and why ask? Because if these appliances, farm equipment and I includes chest X-ray screening
you at a time when the Government, in despera- Well it's nice work if a big man in the girl department. How
men are lax in enforcing the letter of the tion and out of fear of what enemy scientists ,get it, but all this did he do it? Simple. lie was bright enough to numerous manufactured lines i of all students over 14," he conj -
you can Shearer said. tinued. "We wish to commend
inspection laws and rulings, frozen and might be doing gave American scientists full stuff about my being a pay every girl in his line $100 a week.A School exhibits and community I I j the teacher interest in the

dried out fruit will pour out of the State. If freedom to work. picker of pretties is 100- couple of years ago, I put on a revue called displays are also planned on a'1 I schools in promoting health.

this happens the.customers won't buy it at An earth-crust chain reaction is now deemeda proof malarkey. And the "Seven Lively Arts." There was plenty of disagreement broader scale. The Orlando Garden The strip film projectors will

decent prices, the market will reflect customer reasonable possibility and might mean the end same goes for Ziegfeld _ on the show's merits, but none on the show Club will present a flower i' be a means of incorporatinghealth ::
White and Gold. girls. People kept asking me where I got those show. The 4-H Club's Poultry! with the other
resistance and Florida's growers will for a country even as large as Russia. A chain Carroll teaching
Eyeful Towers. I winked and played genius. Show will be a star attraction I
red ink. reaction of this type could carry across moun- wyn. I think anybody who I[ studies and directly benefit the .4
get
this and the
again year winning j .
the street with- _ i students.
tains, through ice and snow searing everything in can cross
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On the other hand if Mr. Copeland's men Here's the story. After several unproductive team here will represent Floridaat i'
its path with the relentless force of a gigantic out a Seeing-Eye Dog can the National Show In Chicago. The annual State essay contest \
exhorted to do real
inspection job chorus the
are a girl. calls I dropped in to see Harry Conover
fire-burning[ steam roller. pick a pretty i 1 The Exposition runs from Mon- on tuberculosis; sponsored by the
tighter than ever before, there is every American scientists warn that what they are Don't think I'm getting a nun 01 modesty to model merchant. I told him I was willing to paya : day through Saturday with speI National Tuberculosis Assn. and

reason to believe that the good fruit.we working on is also being worked on by scientistsall the head. When it comes to taking bows I'm like hundred a week American for real sighcatchers.The I cial features planned for each day. 'conducted by the State and local

have left will real Eddie Leonard. I tried to cut his act to eight next day his camera chicks mobbed me. Her- I I
bring money, perhaps over the world. No nation has a monopoly on once groups will get under way in Or-
enough millions to bridge the economic knowledge. What American science has is a head minutes. "Why Mr. Rose" smiled the old minstrel bert Hoover could have taken it from there. George Lenten Services '! ange County Friday at 1 p.m. in

"I bow for 15." Jean Nathan complimented my keen eye I pasted Jones High auditorium at
gap until we have another ready for start and the "know-how. man. the
market. crop Note-Yet there are still some people who won- I've been in this grift too long to be taken in his review in the scrapbook and kept my yap shut. Schedules Given I which time Walton McJordan.

der whether it Is a good idea to have international by the mumbo-jumbo connected with it. Especially Until now. 1946 seal sale chairman, will present -

control of atomic energy! when I started so much of this mumbojumoomyself. Let me tell you how a so-called beauty expert Schedules for Lenten services the school with its projector

THERE IS NO group of men in Florida works. Ill describe a chorus call. Let's see how which opened yesterday at St.I Hazen revealed.

do more to keep the dollars in not has w w. a smart you have to be to pick 'em. James Catholic Church and the "More than 2.000 pieces of
the Dome Pres. Truman only
Under
our pockets this Summer than these inspec- told intimates he will: back LUienthal's confirma- Any boy who likes girls can pick them. It's the You put an ad in the paper that you want Cathedral Church of St. Luke to health literature will be distributed -
is born Whenit tall beauties for your new show "Cucumbers of continue through Easter Satur- i ," he declared. "Booker T. Red-
tion crews usually unheralded and un but added he would one game in which everybody good.
the that
tion fight to limit
comes to judging glamour the whistle is much 1947. Several hundred gals show up. Some are I' day were announced as follows: I dick, head of the physical education -
sung.This even argue with the TV A director if he asked to four-foot-eight, with little mustaches and legs St. James: Rosary sermon and I department is chairman of

year they can be a bunch of Iwo be withdrawn. Truman told friends that he could more important than the tape measure. The physical like parentheses. In their hearts, they're six benediction each Wednesday at !1 the committee in charge of the
should have
tell
culture girl a
Jima heroes or they can be the cowardsof have got Edwin Pauley as Under-Secretary of the magazines and 34 you a Her feet tall and beautiful. If you're a right guy, you 7:30 p.m.; Stations of ute Cross : contest and was appointed by C.
24 34
you-know-whats.
waist. hips,
the Navy if Pauley hadn't lost his nerve. and benediction each Friday at W. Banks, principal of the school
piece-the fellows who responded to chin angle should be 11 degrees west of the con- keep a poker face and tell them you're lookingfor
Almost the entire Cabinet will speak at a 7:30 : school.
: p.m.
of a few shippers thus ruining another type. Eugene O'Neill showed us what
pressure raise cave, and the square root of the hypotenuse the In 'The national awards Include
dinner to be given by Florida Democrats to St. Luke's: Sundays Lent- a
hundreds of and color her hair. Bunk and double bunk! happens to people when you blow away their tl
growers perhaps doing same as
a quarter of a million dollars to back Truman's Holy Communion. 7-30 ajn. $100 scholarship cash and metals -
dreams.
irreparable harm to the 'delicate balance' 1948 election. The dinner will cost $%50 a plate. If she gives you goose bumps, hire her. pipe First you eliminate the impossibles about three Church School (tat Cathedral I ," Hazen continued. "State

of Florida's I School 9:30 ajn.: Holy Communion awards are cash. Every student
economy. I The key to collecting cutles is the same as out of every five. If baby has Roquefort cheese
And there will be pressure on inspec- A Strange Republican: While Sen. Bob Taft of the key to so many other vexing problems- teeth or is too bow-legsed to catch a pig in an (first and third 1: morning I in the high school will partici-

tors to be lax. There always has been Ohio was opening fire on the reciprocal trade program :: Money! What you're willing to spend for salaries alley-thank you my dear leave your name and prayer [second and fourth], 11 pate in the essay which Is planned

and there will be another prominent Republican was firing and costumes is 99 per cent of it. The other one I ajn.; Young People's Service League I each year to bring the facts about
always as long as I address and well let you know. You ask the remaining 6:30 tuberculosis to high school students -
p.m.; evening prayer
human beings are human beings inspiredby from the opposite direction-right inside PresTruman's I per cent is an eye sharp enough to read the top girls to parade slowly around the stage. I 7-30 p.m. as a means of combatting

the personal profit motive. private office. line on an optician's chart. What do you look for? The same things you look Week days of Lent-Holy Communion I: the disease which annually takes

We must have no such tragedy this The second Republican was Eric Johnston I'm writing this piece in Ziegfeld's old office. for when you're standing on a windy corner. daily except Thursday. : such a high toll of life among
scrappy Hollywood movie czar who called at the Let's how the all-time boss of the beauty See? do it. "
Anybody
see can 7:30 aon; Holy Communion Negroes.
year. Our headache already is of Gargan- White House not only to recommend retention of I business used to go about getting his girls. When Did I say anybody? Yes, anybody-female Thursdays and Saints Days, 10 I '
tuan proportions and with our skull split- reciprocal trade but to uncork some views of the I
the Equity minimum for show girls and dancers company excepted. Asking a woman to appraise ajn.; Intercessions and Litany, Pres Rufus Perry have been
appointed -
t1ng we beg, we plead and we demand that coming Geneva Conference at which time the was something like thirty bucks a week, Ziggy another woman's beauty is like asking Sen. Taft daily at 12:05: p.m.: evening prayer chief chefs and will pre-

'Mr.'Copeland rally his gallant little bandto USA will sit down with 17 other nations to iron out II was paying girls like Gladys Glad and Lillian Lor- what he thinks of the other Republican candi- daily except Saturday. 5 p.m. I I pare the food.

resist all pressure for laxity and to en- bottlenecks in world commerce. raine as much as three hundred (a thousand Tru- dates. Thursdays Lenten evening serv-

xforce the tightest possible inspection rules Johnston former president of the U. S. Cham- ice. 8 p.m.Fridays .

ber of Commerce and frequently mentioned as a Children's Lenten service -
.;.jid regulations. WESTBROOK PEGLER SAYS 4
GOP Presidential dark horse. emphasized that pjn. IrTonigl1flEDDIE
'This done, we believe the citrus industry
he was speaking as a Republican when he expressed -
will get the highest possible dollar for hope that the Geneva Trade Conference Life UnderwritersTo

what little remains of this crop of fruit. will succeed. lie strongly urged Truman to do just How Stern Won and Losthe Have Fish FryThe

Next year's crop likely will be shorter, for the reverse of the Taft policy and work for the
annual of the CANTORGUEST
fish-fry Cen-
much bud wood has been killed and many mutual lifting of restrictive tariffs on international I
By WESTS ROOK PEGLER had rendered the American free press. He was tral Florida Association of Life

trees damaged. But next year will come trade. J David Stern a New Dealer from the hour now an open shop man as to employes having to I Underwriters will be held Friday
all too Let's Unless this is done Johnston told all to H. E. STAR
soon. take care of this year'sproblems Truman according Armstrong,
when Roosevelt opened the rush of the unioneersinto do with written appeals to public opinion, an attitude ,
countries will have to back to barter and committee chairman. This year's
today. go national our modern Cherokee strip, has recanted and taken long ago by others who will acceptStern's !

This inspection army is our hope and isolation. World peace depends more on repented in a public demonstration before the committee conversion with indifference and suspicion, outing will Gamp take located place at Owen'sFishing Lake VAN JOHNSONon
on
the channels of trade restricting '
opening than in
let's rally behind them for a tight, honest up on labor of the House of Representatives.Stern and his economic nerve whined, like an electrical Apopka just north of Johnson's

and efficient job of controlling what we them. Johnston be the added last chance, and the to Geneva make Conference sick-. formerly owed a newspaper in New York but banjo as he told the committee the Guild had Fishing Camp the Eddie Cantor Show

ship to our customers. world well.Johnston may. a withdrew to Philadelphia and Camden, where he struck him to put him out of business. picking a : Plans call for all-day fishing by

ran the Philadelphia Record and the Post and the time when he was run down financially as a consequence I members and guests with fish and

argued that all nations will have to Courier of Camden. For\; years he took his bows of the paper shortage.. hush-puppies being served at 5:30: 10:30:
Hail and Farewell learn to sacrifice some trade advantages to gain and accepted political and commercial benefit as I p.m. Arrangements have been ,

others and no nation can expect always to get made to have live bait and boats .
the first publisher to sign contract Stern said he couldn't fire for
newspaper a anyone reasonsof
SOLDIERS OF World War I always the best of the bargain. In the long run reciprocity I available for those who desire to \WORZ II
THE with the Newspaper Guild. This organization began economy although CIO unions frequently do
I
id that their only home overseas works out for the advantage of everybody. fish. Prizes are being offered for
as a guild of editorial employees who. for a just that and other publishers had fought against:
: England, for instance, Johnston told Truman the largest bass caught and the
was the Salvation Army hut. There they number of reasons often had been imposed upon this control of the purse by the Guild when he I
best string of bass. ..
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U5seii
sells scotch whisky cheaper in New York than in : c.i ,4i P.uiiW Oo.I
found an absence of the commercialismwhich by some publishers particularly in times of slump was beneficiary of all that free publicity. that I State Pres. Bob Walker and local
London because of the
advantage it gains in the
made some other huts undesirable; < by i contrast with the workers in the mechanical "friendship" of the whispering, propagandistswhose --- -- ._ --- -

there they found men and women who exchange of other goods. j' trades whose wages were fixed by contract and. habitual smear was "Fascism" and anti- jlmtrvr .. Pr.rl.- Pi *le>
If the United States
expects other nations to :
surjplied cheerful advice and companionship. in many cases, had the closed shop. Semitism against all opponents, that "enormous I LAir Actress I I c1M
continue
looking to us for leadership we must :I :OI : : t ,
circulation" and
labor
that in the
1 i Last Xov. 7 the Guild of Philadelphia "power New .
continue to take the lead in world co-operation, :, Newspaper : Q.QWC:; I '\
The answer to this popularity is to be the movie cur declared. |i and Camden struck Stern's papers and just Deal at Washington. lA-I E 1..' Ie !?
He couldn't fire anyone for anything short of HORIZONTAL 4 Swamp AI Ie:;; :
Pres. Truman's to about closed them. Stern ended it on Feb. 1 G
found in many things-the policies of the reaction this unusual Republican -
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dereliction of duty. -
Army. the rules and regulations : declaration could be described as pop-eyed when he announced that he had sold out to I 1,4 Pictured 5 Angers I.. : :;:
govern-
: actress S
ing the huts i approbation. He was almost speechless. Though the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. That was a mild provision. At a Guild Symbol for Ie:;; Q JACOOS N : '
etc. But the
mainly answer 8 She U a radio; sodium
I AH IF-
was high class personnel understanding Johnston is known for his forthright liberal views I Meanwhile, the Guild and some of Stern's old meeting In New York a Union Square agitator Cloth measure 4.E"'T _' 'u '

on foreign affairs not since Franklin Rooseveltwas editorial employees had ceased to praise him and reported happily that the :Mirrors Guild was 8 Pause (V _' I L"" 01-
Salvation officers and 13 Bustle T'n' \
Army lassies.
I alive had the President's office heard such were damning him as a union-busting baron of fighting for a clause that would make it impossible 9 Looks fixedly I
The answer is to be found in the 14 Papal "" \:. IT E A
person two-fisted philosophizing. industry. The Guild was infested with Communists for the paper to fire anyone for any cape 10 Subway

from its beginning, especially in New reason short of the commission of a felony. 15 Melody 11 Also 25 Opposed to 42 Waste

York. Philadelphia and Los Angeles. It soon went Then, if the paper couldn't prove the felony by 16 Withdraw 12 Legal point prose allowance

., Orlando Morning Sentinel Radio Program into the American Federation of Labor but inevitably ronvirtlng the person in court, the subject would 18 Attitudes 17 Genus of 26 Slaves 43 College cheep

joined the CIO and its official affections. have an action for damages. Saboteurs loafers 20 Indonesians of shrubs 32 Pale color 44 Poem

woto (SMI WLOF 0230) wo HZ cum WO BO SM) WLOP (1230) WORZ as in the case of Stern have been whimsical. The and incompetents would be protected. The sense Mindanao 19 Rounded 33 Isle 48 Make amistake

,C OO Church Farm Reporter In WOdw'd Reveille News-RcTeille.___ NewsIS _. __ 3'n KlD '. Jesters Studio Tune _Music Unlimited editorial or journalistic workers were swamped of this meeting was that the decent newspaperworkers 21 Ripped protuberances 34 Small talk
Sunrise Jamboree. -- 22 Arachnids
a 30 Let's Go Visit me News-Reveille -_. News T 00 House i Party :::: Tommy Bartlett Studio'P.rty-:::::: long ago by the admission of other categories, including had no intention to make common cause 22 Aromatic 35 Tessellation 47 1440 minutes
n.
... 4 IS Hour. Party Tommy Bartlett Studio _._ 24 Female ruff 50 Symbol for
_8 43 News &pee42llBevrt1i. Sunrise mboree. .h Party plants 36 Rivulet
4 30 Dr. Malone ." OHS on the Air Studio Party .... even hustlers. with the bums and the Communists to guarantee 27 Notions
7 UftP.trel News-Mus Clock News 4 45 Alliance Church OHS on the AirS Studio Party ____ I 23 Cast of alanguage 37 Kind of type erbium
.___ them job security.
7 IS Yawn Patrol Musical Clock Moraine Devotions The Stern employees turned out a broadside a 28 Islands 51 Virginia (ab)

JT43 7:30 Pnnfert New* .__..._.-..._ News-Mu Mornlni Devotions. Int. 740 74O Club Club ._.___...___- S .00 IS School School of of Air AirS .n__. Sky Terry King& Pirate_n_. Studio Studio Party Party ________ few weeks ago in which they pointed out that Stem had been offended personally by attacks 29 Symbol for _ .. 41.. Persian. fairy. "t_ .___T_ J.,.

XfCBS New Martin Asre.a.kTNet*' _? ... :\'30 Lum't Abner Jack Armstrong Radio Rodeo n___ Stern got a million dollars worth of free publicityby which he regarded venomous, and on that point nickel I' 1a a r } I Q I ,.
S IS W. Measeneer Smcinc Salesmen ___ S 45 Variety Fair Tennessee Jed Radio Rodeo ___._
74O ClubS
signing the first contract with the Guild, won many others who endured the foulest abuse for 30 Registered -I-l-l ,t'
30 Norman Beasley Mod Melody Trio 74O Club 600 0 H Gus-New* Dinner Music ._ News _______ 11 ';
a 43 Bre..U.Br..IL Eelbeck Time ,.. 740 Club __Unn- '6 IS Norman Cloutier Dinner MUSK .. Dinner Music ___ the "friendship," meaning the coercive power, of years will hope his pains aren't trival. He was nurse (ab.) I _
*>"00 New ;"" :: -==== 5'30 Relax 4c Listen Greyhound Gus Dinner Music .._ .,
*-Dick. Jean. Bl'Hkt.Clult News the union bosses euphemistically known as "or- complacent, at least, when better and more Subject ; r -t-; '. Ii
9 15 Devottona ._ ... Breakfast Club .. 740 Club .._ 6 43 Robert Trout SpOrt Parade Dinner Music n. "
a 30 Time Out. Music Breakfast Club ? Woman, World n 7-00 Mystery of-Week Headline Edition Cht'rid'Sup Club ganized labor" and received "an enormous laborcirculation.tm honest men spurned the temporary favor that he 35 Get up ;:' .: -
143 Tim. Out. Music Breakfast _._ .. ._ 38 Shatter iO -U ''
Club Woman World 7 IS Jack: Smith Elmer Dart Meet the Band in ,_ _"
enjoyed friendly association with whom
lo "TJt J.----M.y 7;30 Sympbonette Professor Quiz Fellow Throuch men .,. -
:00 True Story LH"SWUyaa-= 39 Ceremonies _j' -
10'IS Your Sincerely My True Story Nelson Olmsted 7'43'Symphonette _n__ Professor Quiz _H._Kaltcnborn_ These memoirs seriously impugn :Mr. Stern's he now finds evil but only because he in his turn, II ... i ho
10'30 Evelyn Winter Church Hymn 8:00 Suspense __ __ ___ Showcase 40 Blow with the I'
Old and New Local New Musical
his. when others the
got If. he had
iq4S Fmahion In Music" Ustenint Post .. Old and New .___ ':IS Suspense ___ Musical: Treasure Musical Showcase I I reasons for sigrmnir' the first contract. The Guild were targets, hand T4 .z- -
l :OCJ "bU-o dm Tom Breneman Freddie Martin a 30 FBI Peace A War Town Meetinc Musical ShowcaseS : had as much reason then to suspect that Stern taken a stand on principle against the abuses that Tissue I
II'IS Arthur Godfrey Tom Breneman Freddie Martin 45-FBI.-Peace A War Town Meeting Musical: Showcase: had such motives for his his sensitive and not spectacularly soul .
practical "progressive"course courageous i-l-
11.30 Xavter C l&HolI Story Bouquet in Rhy.. 9-00 Dick Haymes Town M;; -loIuL in Mod Mood 43 Revolve ';-gt: E'open ': ,71-,}-:. 10
1143 Rosemary -.-__. Nature Stone Bouquets in RhY._ 9'IS Dick Bayme __ Town Meeting Mus. In Mod Mood as it has now. Other publishers and other now finds intolerable be might be an acceptable Rotated tW : '/' f'J..

12-CO'Ne-w* .___ Kenny Baker News ..__. '__' 9 30 Crime Photocraph. Sensational Year Jack: Haley Show staff journalists perceived the advantages to recruit to the company of those who fought and exposed : 48 Arabian gulf I 1i. 1 14 '" '1
12:15: Little Show Kenny Baker _. Echoes: from Trop. 9 45 Crime Photosrsph Sensational Years Jack Haley Show
12 30 Helen Trent Kennel Reporter Words and Music 10 00 Readers Digest Vorld Security Rendes.'with RhyRendes Stern at the time and were just as skeptical of the Communists from the beginning.Stern Carouse ,.,_4_ iv' -
12.44 __ Noon Day Var Words and Music 10:15: Readers Digest World Security with Rhy '
OalJBunday-- nO- his idealism as the Guild is now, but more honest said he bad dropped more than a million 52 War god i
100 &Sister ::_= Baukate Talkinc Sketches In'Melod'y 10:30: People Platform Fantasy in Melody Eddie Cantor Sit -
1.IS Ma Perkins .n._ Ferreil Tim. Sketches in Melody 10 43 People Platform Earl Godwin Eddie Cantor Sh.: in that they said so aloud whereas the unioneers dollars in 1916 and was now retiring "at great Grasped ,to.- ; .' .n. -
1:30: New _n. Americanism __ Siesta Serenade 11.00 News-Feature Wo d TOI te-Spta New __ _: paraded him as a selfless prophet of the New personal loss." Angry --" V, V
1.43 Road of Life __ At tern'n Medltafn News ._..nn.- 11:15: .J... C. Harech Joe Basel __ )Harknes of Wait 55 Sob '. .... .., -z
*3-00-Kate Smith Speak* Walter lerncaMusIe Unlimited-. 11.30: JuiUiard School: Gems-Orch: __. The Story .f Music:; Day and bung him over with political gauds out That seems to be the real story of his conversion 1" :r.e, -?:: r.r'i
Z'IS Perry Mason Ethel Albert Music Unlimited 11 45 Juilliard School C rmen CavaHaro The Story of MUSK I of their property room. VERTICAL h-f- .1-f1'n;-" - -
S 30 Walter Kunbl Bride Groom Music Unlimited 12 OO News. Ban Off __. New _.,__.. to be filed away in the same folder with the ...
_2 45 Rose of My Dream Bride Groom .. Music Unlimited 12.15 Music Drum for Listen: Stern enjoyed a few years of importance in yellowed clippings telling of'his brave alliance with 1 Shock __I_

3 3 00 IS Drama Boueuet of for Fale You.*_ Ladle Ladle Be Be Seated.Seated.Music Music Unlimited Unlimited 1. 12 12 45 30 Music Music __________n Desicn Desira for for Listen.Listen 1 this role but finally had to tell the committee: on the Guild against the dark and greedy forces of 2 Fruit drink n Ht .:.,I-

3.30 Winter Tsie AIL. lawtn C. Hill Music UnUmited 100 KUn Off New, atcs eff __::I labor that he bad come to atone for the disservice reaction. I Spotted _. Ie



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Thursday, February 20,1947 rlanim i torntng mnttnrl Page 7 I ,

VERY TRULY YOURS Board in the next few days and I chairman of the Atomic Energy

insist that for we citrus provide fruit crop in 1948 Insurance Commission.The action .against LUienthal 2: (at 1%& ML k COAJAUI
Citrus Crop Insurance It's enough for the grower to I shows the point of view of the woSKETCHBOOK
have to gamble with the marteLHe opposition and what they are willing :
should be insured against the j to do. They even brought up IMPRESSIONS
hazards of weather and disease. j that his parents are foreigners .

Fight Waged by Pepper I The'hoof *and,* mouth* disease to born make in Mr.Czechoslaviak.LUienthal out They either try a iE u'OnreomE' I 1="lA .GF
which is now raging hi Mexico Communist or a sympathizer with
If SEN. CLAUDE PErTER i threatens a disaster to our livestock Communism. They say if they
Dear. Friends: industry in Florida and the cannot convict him of being a
Just a week before the disastrous cold wave which did whole country if it spreads into Communist at least he is a New
this country. The infection in Dealer. tip'ill
so much damage in Florida to our fruits and vegetables, Mexico started in Vera Cruz and These little men. who damn .$ hay im e{e frt a. I
I. wrote a letter to Secretary of Agriculture telling him went up to Mexico City and it has LUienthal being a New Dealer -
that I wanted to introduce legislation providing crop insur- reached certain*,sections of the don't realize that without the
fiance for our citrus fruit. northern part of Mexico. New Deal pubUe power projectsin
I We had hearings before our the great west and in the
After several years working on Agriculture Committee which Sen. Tennessee Valley which David
Want A Top-Notch Salesmanin it with the Department of Agriculture Holland and I attended last week. LUienthal developed and op-
Your Store? I got the department to I At that time a representative of erated, according to Wendell iP
the Department of Agriculture WiUkie. we could not have won I
May Had fcy Camsg C assemble a great deal of informa-
the
Let Li Stew You the Versatile came and told us the whole story. war.
COLUMBUS SHOW CASES tion on citrus insurance. In fact Now. Sen..Capper, as chairman of These little critics of the Newt
ELADE.BOOTH CHOW CASE COU we had It to the point where the I our committee, has Introduced Deal don't realize that without the <
Reed I&. MZJ1
TeL department was prepared to rec- I
ommend to the Congress inclusionof
citrus in the Crop Insurance ABWTf I-le
ATTENTION: program. Then the reactionary t
forces in Congress repealed the 6w..J.

Property Owners. whole Crop Insurance law in 1943 ... CL'IIi Qr, ,. .
which at that time covered wheat
and cotton.In f ottorl .. \-i kastL6ot.i &i t;. s s n: It, /, ,
If for i f rw
any reason your prop- 1945 when the law was reviv- u> r
erty is being held vacant ed wheat, cotton and flax were :
included on a national basis and g; A 'Man.Jlfr Caw'BilL
a. ( Auutu and, C4.t.
because of O.P.A. regulations in certain counties com and to- teglslatlo authorhe TVA power which Lilienthal ad- erjoaJdffi 1
please call 4147 I I ministered and without the New W J.oit GU t tat qOOJCJ & afi Jli4tAIJ. Wr
I Deal vision of Franklin Roosevelt -
6137. cF
or I we would not have had the atomic ,tJJ Fo .tk fl6a BW
bomb. And these little men who
.Orlando Realty Board I denounce LUienthal don't realize tfurf: f tush qe<j&tLmGautaiu & t jet PJ.4di--tvt[
that without the ever normal '
granary farm policies that built ...., WfftSut.jH(1., ( a.emwu,

up wheat great and stocks other of farm cotton commodities and- CARSTAIRS nee Irldtl/t, dtir .Wf'wl EAt.I75f/.tltJ,

another part of the New Deal
,vision, we could not have won the White Seal i nDjt PuxLtTiOUA lltodlAJIt.,

war.And they don't realize either .
that if it had not been for the l..Ft 1i.li.C
FOOD New Dealer Franklin Delano RST IIRS
Roosevelt, who laid the founda- i nblte kd CARSTAIRS2Gf"d e
tions of the United Nations and I
The really got it going, we would not
Homes, have had the United Nations and sta61eu.
T we would not have had an Inter ._ ... .s.e.euArES
national Atomic Energy Commis-
sion and we would not have needof
a chairman of it.
Never mind. Franklin Delano
Roosevelt and his New Deal, like
the memory of Abraham Lincoln,
ALL STEEL who has his own barking critics,
CONSIRUCTION NERMEr will be living, vital and strong in
AaeN pars RALLY the lives and in the hearts of 7k
M
et an.+terl SUIW UNIT men. women and children all over OM k0 CARSTAIRSBLENDED
Neap eeer+ .
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cal Mr
and word-hurlers and mud-
slingers are forgotten. ,
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20 1947 been the average grower gets Sammons manager of the low the U.S. Z trade-that htJ
8 {rlanbn ifinrrnhlg fcrntlnrl Thursday, February t Citrus more for the remainder of the j Donald Interests fresh fruit was the wont freeze since "34.A. .

I CropDamage crop than he would have receiv1 I 1 sion at AuburndAle But Mc'I'I'I L. Connelly of Orange State
ed without a disaster or climatic I"afraid that there is a lot Groves Zellwood. said it would
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Asks I
E: rSimpson ; Bared The situation on grapefruit. I simistic of us care to believe right :' to show up-that he believes
I Members Lowry believes is highly proble- now-we are whistling in the dark that "the fish or fowl principle"will
PayBack matical but that "a net loss of and hoping that it will remove be easy to apply.ORLANDO.
10 to 15 per cent would not sur- the surplus but won't hurt our
In School SpendingIr Citrus Growth |i SalariesTALLAHASSEE [Continued From Page 1] prise me." pocketbooks." I,

verse climatic conditions have Frank Poitras jnanager of flor- John M. Campbell Growers

. WINTER HAVEN-The growthof (API Incum-I brought on serious damage. I ence Citrus Growers Assn., said Marketing Service, Leesburg, said Folks Who Suffer From lumbago And
bent members of the State Railroad there is a lot of damage a lot of he believed damage would run
1 ORMUND POWERS and its I B. C. Skinner citrus and ) RHEUMATIC pun.nowuwunotti
industry grower
Florida's citrus Commission yesterday began fruit on the ground and another about 40 per cent on Valenciasand C-2223for retl.f
[Special to Orlando Momma Sentinel value to the health of the nationwas processor with headquarters la three or four days arm weather'
repaying amounts received by I' about 20 to 25 per cent on when dampness make*muscles feel to tan
LEESBURG-If citizens of Florida are ready to pay I described here yesterday when : them since 1945 in excess of their Dunedin. said reports reaching'his will see more damage adding, trees. He also fears that the 1947- and painful. Often after 1 bottle most

for a first-class school system they can have it, Rep.'i Florida' Commissioner of Agricul-: legal salaries. office indicated damage to J "fruit is discoloring on the tree I,48 crop will be seriously impaired. of the painful misery la cone Caution:
fruit principally oranges on an which not Use only directed Ask for C-2UI.
is a
good
a sign.
Turnbull of Star Fruit
of Monticello vice-chairman of the Cit-I Commissioners Jerry Carter ,, I Tom Co"Lake
Richard
Simpson ture Nathan Mayo took an ABC overall basis would range from Charles A. Stewart. Auburndale
izens' Committee on Education, told a combined meeting'I microphone to talk to an esti- and W. B. [(Babe] Douglass 25 to 35 per cent-but that he is II grower-shipper estimated the orange : third Alfred of the believes Valencias that are abouta I

of Leesburg Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs Wednesday noon. mated 20 million people on the! turned Clarence over M. Gay to checks Comptroller for $500 inclined to the larger figure.H. loss would run to 50 per cent Harry DiCirstiani of Holly gone. I Air Conditioned For Comfort

The responsibility for Florida's broadcast"Ladies Be daily Seated"from show the Florida being and 504.11 as they started returning G. Barney Barnett of the grapefruit would approximate 20 I Hill Fruit Products Inc. Davenport I T Chairs Manicurist Assures Also Rapid Availakl Service
John S. Barnes organization at ped cent damage-and that ensu- said he had picked
place of 48th among the nation's&chools here. the 51,504.11 the Leon a crop
Citrus
rests not with school headsor ---I 'Florida's Exposition"grand old man of agriculture County Circuit Court has held Plant City, said he is "more than ,, ing.warm weather will continue to of fruit from a high spot grove I EOLA BARBER SHOP
legislators but with the people, his broad each of them owes. amazed at the damage" adding : hurt the fruit. that had been fired and that A. L. Dickinson Prop
needing j
Orlando's only
w' And here's air-conditioned: IH_
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he said. H citizens want improved brimmed hat to shade his eyed; The court's decision on the sal- that between 50 and 60 per cent j i! note. Stewart a close student of freeze damage scored against 22 E. Washington St.
and better of the Valencia crop will go on I I the fruit brought most of it be- I
facilities
educational from the sun beating down on a aries came in a ruling that former production and
teachers, they should tell their II "studio" audience of some 4.0001 I State Senator Wilbur King is entitled the ground. He said he would be is not offering marketing his says he
Valenciasand
legislators, he said. .. persons talked "off the cuff" in to a position on the Rail- forced to suspend pickings because he has own :
GROCERY FILLING
lad- upwards of 40000 STATION AND FURNISHED APARTMENT
: describing the industry and telling road Comnusion.. His eligibilityhad "every time you put a I,(
At present Florida Is spending what the growers of Florida pro- been questioned because he'der on the tree you knock downa I boxes still on the trees-and as I WELL LOCATED GROSSING $4,000 MONTHLY
of
$33 million a year less for than education duce in a year's time. )I was a member of the 1945 Legisla- lot of fruit- climatic right disaster.now barring he can see another$2.50 II $12.900 TERMS. ILLNESS FORCES SELLING,
considerably
Barnes said he could see a distinct -
ture which raised the overall appropriation -
the $50 million Floridians spend > :wRICHARD I Mayo said he had been the of the commission.OUt scarcity of fruit especially a box on the tree. EVERYTHING INCLUDED LOCK STOCK-
annually for dgarets and the State's agricultural chief for 23 of that increase the State oranges starting before April 15. I I,I A. V. Saunnan of Clearwater BARREL.

$%%' million they spend annually years beginning his long tour Budget Commission raised the sal- He said it would be difficult to member of the marketing agree- Photos In Office KITTINGER REALTY CO., 42 W. Concord
for alcoholic beverages he of duty the same year in which aries of the rail board members distinguish damage as minor or ment committee said there is lit-
pointed out. the Exposition first opened its from $5.000 to $6.000 annually. serious for some time and "I'm tle damage in the Pmellas peninsula -

A total outlay of $50 million for gates for 60 He has lived. in Florida I' The Constitution forbids a law- just going to quit for a while." i area-but he is of the opinion
education would result in greatly years. maker from accepting during his He added that the hot weatherof the Statewide damage-from re-
improved facilities Simpson il- Johnny Olsen. "Ladies Be I term of office a position the salary the last few days is not. doing ports-would average around 30
lustrated. The $220 million spent Seated" master of ceremonies..)[ of which was increased by theI i the fruit a bit of good. I per cent to trees and 30 to 35
for alcohol, if diverted to schools, asked Mayo how it was possible)'I I Legislature of which he was a I., It' his opinion that of the per cent on remaining fruit.
would replace all school buildingsin to check on the quality of fruit member. However the court ruled remaining grapefruit about 20 Indian River shippers agreed ORLANDO -
the State and operate them for and the Commissioner told how 1 the pay raise given by the Budget to 25 per cent will to on the that about 20 to 25 per cent
two and one-half years. between 275 and 300 inspectors]I Commission was illegal and did 1![F ground. would be a "safe guess" for
scattered at key points over bar from the rail board
not King within
were Anticipating a scarcity
Rep. Tim Sellar was chairmanof damage to fruit in that area of
the Lake County the State. post to which he was elected in' 45 to 60 days, Fred T. Henderson : the State.
program. SIMPSON Asked what his formula for such November. 1946. Winter Haven producer and mem-
members of the school
I
principals local Sen. .' the people must pay** a long period in office had been. "I think Mr..Douglass and Mr. ber of the Marketing Agreement W. L. Story of Winter Garden,
trustees.
Johnson.board. Rep. H. H. Hethcox Harry and, I' Mayo replied "You must love your Carter should be commended on 1 Control Committees, said that i chairman of the Florida Citrus Banks Will Not
Cobb of Orlando work." He said his hobby was fish- the manner in which they voluntarily with damage running heavy to Commission Advertising Committee -
Tyn
Rep. were
guests at the meeting. ing.Olsen I I have made this refund" the oranges he believed at least 35 I said that from what he _
State Aviation presented Mayo with a t comptroller said. per cent of the remaining crop I has seen Orange County got the
briefcase and a hat for his wife. I would be lost.Drawing brunt of the climatic damage I
Highway 19 Group Mayo also spoke briefly at a National Airmen'sCenter on his upwards of four I and that in his opinion around
luncheon at the Haven Hotel here. decades of the 35 to 40 cent of the fruit. i
Favors Zoning / Iea EnvisionedPlans experience in cit- per
Conference Set attended by prominent citrus andagricultural I trus industry, H. A. Pollard Sr. Statewide is beyond salvage. Be
LAKE CITY API The North leaders. I to make Honeymoon Isle Winter Haven grower-shipper, Its still a little early to esti- OpenSATURDAY
Florida division of Federal Route Frank Holland was master of near Petersburg- a national, said it would be an "extremelyhard mate damage, according to Paul
19 Assn. went on record yesterday TALLAHASSEE IAP1 A State- ceremonies. j headquarters for private flyers : job to grade the fruit for --- -
favoring a proposal to give coun- wide Aviation Legislative Confer- The annual Fruitman's Din- were announced yesterday by I the next 30 days damage will con- ,
ty commissioners authority to ence will be held here March 12- ner yesterday afternoon woundup Vice Pres. Dick Wolfe of the Honeymoon -I tinue to materialize and I believe STARTS WORR III
zone property abutting on Main 13. Aviation Supervisor William C. the day's activities. Isle Assn. at a special you will find better than 40 per
highways especially near cities Lazarus of the Florida Improve- Earlier in the day. Tom Sezna. press preview of the new West cent damage when the story is all JUST 2 $UCIIDS

and towns.A ment Commission said yesterday. Bartow won the World's Championship Coast island air strip. told-principallY on oranges. FEB. 22Washington's
recommendation adopted by I Representative of pilots' and Grapefruit Throwing :i "Honeymoon Isle Assn. has ded- Lionel Li. Lowry, executive gen- ,
the -group asked the State Assn. airport owners' groups have been j Contest with a throw of 153 feet. icated itself to bringing to the eral manager of the Dmorgio fruit BAYER'ASPIRIN
of County Commissioners to seek invited. The croup will five inches. j Gulf Coast area a national air .,interests in Florida said midseason I
passage of an enabling act at the late an aviation formu-I Sezna was presented with a i I center devoted to the private flyer oranges-those that are not better ,
j
I '
1947 session of the Legislature. cram for presentation check for $50 and a trophy. and it is our goal that here for I than good-would be on the
makers at their biennial Two other Bartow tossers were I ground within 10 days and that
first time in aviation history
here in April. second and third placers. Edward the I he doesn't believe more than half j 'lInebandy BirthdayA
I ,
Penicillin Load
Shipped will be the private flyer's sport
| II
At the same time Lazarus reported Murphy won $25 with a 152 foot, of the remaining Valencias will go
MIAMI [AP Seven tons of t the Civil Aeronautics Administration seven inch toss and $15 went to ing center Wolfe said. out in fresh form-with less than

i' penicillin largest single shipmentof soon will provide 500 James Wingard for his 151-foot' I 25 per cent of the crop fit for LEGAL HOLIDAY
the drug ever flown to Latin gallons of paint for restoring I throw. eluding the afternoon broadcastof canning meaning a nee loss of
America. left here yesterday by Florida air markers. i l Friday will be Governor's and "Ladies Be Seated." one-quarter of the remainder.
I Pan American Clipper for Sao The State had 1.081 markers before I', Press Day at the Exposition. Gov- : The annual Press Breakfast in I But he had one word of cheer
f Paulo. Brazil. the war.but they all were destroyed ernor Caldwell will be here and the evening will highlight activities -I l for the grower. He said that his METAL BOX I
for security reasons. Sev will appear at several events inI i I(I for newsmen. !I experiences in past freezes has I
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Club Today | far. Lazarus estimated 50 more

ORivuroo: Board of iu iton. core can be added with the CAA paint
Bld.. 12-11 .81. supply.
':30 APOPKA D m : Bourn Club. Coffee Shop. "We will design a standard air .1M3z
DAYTONA BEACH. Sichtiu Club 01. marker for any community and ,
Bd DELAND r Inn:7 Veterans pm. ef Ponies Wan. .supply this paint as long as it ... :
VTW fUU. t pat, Odd rttlowi. K.!P. i lasts to any air-minded com-
Bail. 7:30 p.m. Knlthta of Pjthlu. C$tleBall munity or group." the aviation supervisor -
: 7:30 p m.KISSIUMEK. I
: : American Letlon. American said.Carillonneur.
Lesion Hut. I p m. I ,.A
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Coffee Shop. 12:30 P mTAVARia LAKE WALES UAP1 The program -
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Room 12 la I to be played by Carillonneur t, 3.
a ...WINTER. HAVEN.r.JllBan. Hotel. 12.30: Anton Brees at noon today on the
bells of Mountain Lake Sanctu-
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quickly allays the cough or you are had approved issuance of $150.000 ri. : :
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The 18th annual edition of the American League led .Q Being StudiedLOS
Appeal
Book arrived in the mails ,this week, Edited by Earl Hilli-j*i Formal Training Submit Plan
ANGELES [lAP Chairman -
gan, the league's veteran service bureau director, the Red |

Book this year is bigger and better than ever before. And I I I Graziano Get Clarence Rowland of the

it'. loaded with facts and figures about the jumior circuit. Minor League Executive Committee -

Here art! some of them: I II Grind TomorrowThe ? 4I I said yesterday copies of I Of OperationThe
Bi-monthly dub standings chow that Washington was almost I an appeal by Leonard Pecou.

a straight fourth-plate elub all season. Only once on May 31 when I'I I 1dtd NBA BlessingNEW Evangeline League player barred I'
will
they were In third place, were they out of the fourth spot in the Washington Senators from baseball on gambling future of the Orlando High
informally their 1947 Spring
listings. Standings computed from 1301 through 194 shows the open Tinker charges, have been sent to other School Athletic Association insofar
Senators have won 3415 and dropped 3,562. Top win figure belonged Field training at 10 season ajn. here today,at although 1t YORK TAP! The National committee members for study. as its financial affiliation with

to the Yankees who won 3,765 over that period while dropped Manager Ossie Bluege is not expected Boxing Assn. yesterday gave mid-I the Orlando High School Is concerned -

2,889. The AL's aggregate attendance hit 9,621,182, an' to arrive until later in the .dleweignt title contender Rocky will not be known until

time mark and <,4t,76Z better than. 195. -previous record sear all-I I day.Fifteen Graziano and Welterweight Champion Gator Alumni April when the association will
Washington players,plusa Ray Robinson, who are in ,
present plan of the
a operation to
virtually complete complementof
Cleveland's Indian set the .D -6am night attendance mark New York In connection with bribe f
65.765 paying to see the Tribe play Detroit Aug. 13. Washington Washington sports writers and semi-annual meeting of the Flor-
I club officials were on hand last offers a clean bill to box in NBA : ida High School Athletic Associa
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in 27 night games drew 485,529. but the Chicago White ,Sox drew I f Will
night. territory. fI Organize
400.629 for 15 games and the Yankees who played only 14 arc light tion.This
Veteran Coach Clyde Zeal 1 I Graziano's license to box in New was the upshot of a meeting
contests pulled In 676,604 customers-tops of the league and at the ;
Milan, who arrived yesterday will York was revoked-possibly for : held last night between La-
minimum number of night games too. Luke Appling. White Sox I conduct today's "informal" drills, life-by the State Athletic Com fayette Golden executive secretaryof
shortstop hit .393 In 107 trips to bat in night contests to pace the I while all pitchers and catchers mission for failure to report a'' Booster ClubUniversity the State group, and a special
loop's owl hitters. He hit .309 for the season. .Washington's' listed on the squad are ..expectedto 4 t ,4 $100,000 offer to throw a fight. representative of the Orlando association -
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Mickey Vernon league batting champ'with a .353 average, hit .341 In report to Bluege tomorrow Robinson was suspended for 30 .
167 trips to the plate in night contests. I morning for the first official days and fined $500 for failure to of Florida alumni in i After two hours of discussionthe

The pennant-winning Boston Red Sox won 41 and lost 13 in I,workout. report a $25,000 bid not to make Orange County last night enthu-I Orlando group voted to draw
Yesterday. Frank Baxter, equip- plan which would include
the required 147-pound weight for, : up a
doubleheader billings to top twin-bill effectiveness. .'. The White siastically voted to form a Gator
i ment manager and clubhouse supervisor the signature of a faculty memberof
Sox took extra-inning game winning' honors by winning nine extra : supervised the unload- a title bout. II I Boosters Club as a means of aiding Orlando High Schoolprobably -
; "Our members free to
are -
frame games while losing' only four. George Case former Nat ing and unpacking of the Sena- with Graziano and Robinson proceed I' the University in securing prospective I that of Prin. W. R. Boone-
talent for Gator football and
outfielder now with Cleveland took base-stealing honors with ZS tors' equipment in preparation for as they see fit," NBA Pres. Abe other athletic teams. : on all checks drawn against Or-

thefts He led that department,while with the Griff-men for five I; the training season.Washington ,, tBRAVES' Greene said in a statement in. Annual club membership dues lando High School athletic funds

years, from 1939 through 1934 stealing 51, 35, 33. 44 and 61 bases, I sports writers on which he charged the New Yon: I of $5 will be turned over by the I Under tne present setup, the
respectively that time. The Philadelphia Athletics is the only the scene included Shirley Povichof Commission with "consistently, club to the University's Student money realized from these events
FIRST TRAINING CASUALTY Fielder Dick Milligan Is
the Washington Post. Francis : was placed in a special account
club listing only one manal"er-Cennle Mack, of course-through- and steadfastly" refusing to join the aid deserving
Fund for of
Stan and Burt Hawkins of the carried off the field after spraining his ankle sliding into first base Aid and handled by officers of the association -
in a "common action for the eleva-
out the entire 46 years of play in the American League. I athletes, the Orange County alumni -
I
Washington Star, and Roger Treatof on the first day of the Spring training at the Boston Braves campin tion of boxing. : as requested by Prin.
the Washington News. Bob Fort Lauderdale. Mgr. Billy Southworth [left front and Pitching Altogether 30 States and fiveI organization the decided. Dr. W. TI' Boone or Head Coach Paul O"Nell.
headed
For the first time since Clark Griffith took over Washington MikeMartin's Addle of. the Washington Times- Ewing movementPres i This .Golden said was in conflict
Coach Ernie White [right front] help carry him away. i i I I city commissions are members of'' Pat Pattillo of the county
Herald 1s. due here this week. with FHSAA
name doesn't appear as trainer. George Lentz. trainer for the National Boxing Assn. j regulationsYOU'LI.
I organization said plans for con-
the George Washington University football team that played Rollins Pitchers expected to show up Describing this reasoning by the tacting former students and alumni I
-
here in the Fall is Griff's new-trainer. Mike Is now a scout. Only at Tinker Field this morning Include Yanks' New York Commission as "inex I would be worked out immediately -
two Cuban players. Pitcher Louis Alonca and Shortstop Gil Torres, are i{! Buck Newsom.Walter Roger Masterson Wolff Shape Red Sox Sign plicable inconsistent conclusions" for the club.HAWAIIAN'S.

listed on the Senators' roster. The Senators paced the circuit in Sid Hudson Rufus Leonard and Greene invited the New York bodyto I BEPROUDASA
Early Wynn,
winning those "close ones" winning 27 games by a single run and I'I Scott Cary. thanded mound ace'' Brings Smile join the NBA for "the good of I OPEN. TOUR
the and .
"in the
sport" interest ofa
losing 14 by that same margin. Boston Red Sox took shutout ;, of the Orlando Senators last year, united and concerted front for NEW YORK tAPl A small Uni !!
honors, winning 15 games by whitewashing and losing 10 the same : who arrived yesterday. From HarrisSAN Frank Hayes boxing" versity of Hawaii basketball team, : ft

way The Senators went to the foot of the class in that department. Al Evans, who has been here for I I undefeated l in 21 contests on the

with an 8-14 record. several days, and Frank Man- I' islands, opens an eight-game tour ... ,,. .
JUAN, Puerto Rico lAP Team Match On
.
from the BOSTON [API Frankie Hayes, Tag .
cuso catcher obtained i tonight against the formidable '
I
Here's Sid Hudson's record by clubs for the season: Red Sox, I r r .
St. Louis Browns during the Win- Manager Bucky Harris of the New veteran American League catcher Redmen of St. John's of Brook- ?
4-1 White Sox, t-t; Cleveland 1-1; Detroit I-I: Yankees 0-1; Friday Ring Card ,
; ter and who reported yesterday, York Yankees declared yesterday'that ''yesterday signed with the Boston !I lyn in Madison Square Garden. I I +
former
Haefner.
Z-l. Mickey
and St. Louis.
]Philadelphia 1-4 are the only two receivers in camp. the condition of his squad An Australian tag team match, ,
DeLand Red Hat, had this pitching record: Red Sox. %-1; White Sox. Stan Spence, hard-hitting I ,' Red Sox.Hayes. pitting Bob [Daniel Boone] Savage L

1,2; Cleveland. 5-3; Detroit '-!; Yankees, 0-4; Philadelpha, 3-', : centerfielder is the only outfielder I was"In astonishing.all in baseball I've | who was made a free and Les Welch against Jack I A. B. C.

and SL Louis 31.. In four seasons with Washington, Hudson has in camp, although Mickey Vernon my years squad in such good agent by the Chicago White Sox," DeVault and the Atomic Masked ALUMINUM CASEMENTSASH YOUR CAR
l never seen a has appeared with four clubs dur- Marvel will be feature of the AFTER
won 48 games and lost 58 for a .453 average, while Haefner in thee George Myatt Sherry Robertson,1Johnny ; a
I Travisof condition so early, Harris said. I ing his 14 in the Majors. I weekly wrestling card at the '
Sullivan and Cecil years
came number of yean won 53 and lost 45 for a .541 average. I IN STOCK
He indicated he pleased
.*, I the infield contingent are here I was Red Sox headquarters said Legion Arena tomorrow night HOME INSULATION CO. LEAVES OUR (-
with the work of Billy Johnson, |'Hayes would report to the club's Bounced yesterday. 'I
now.
Buck Newsom. colorful dean of the Senators' mound corps, has a third base candidate.At I{I Spring training camp at Sarasota I Promoter Temple Mason an- Phone 708
*
183-193 record for 13 seasons....Home run figures for all the league's I the same time Harris an- 'on Monday U> Orange Ave. winter Para BODY AND FENDER

parks Indicate that Griffith Stadium's broad expanse was roughest of I Truman: Endorses nounced that Pitchers Floyd Bev- j The 32-year-old Hayes,. whose Baylor Signs Mooney
the eight parks. Only 48 circuit swats were belted in Washington, and ens Allie Reynolds and Rookie ,home is Jamesburg. N. J., brokeIn I
no one player hit more than twice there for four-bases. Briggs Walter Johnson Frank Shea would pitch for the with the Philadelphia Athleticsin I As Backfield Coach \ REPAIR SHOP

Stadium at Detroit was the scene of 143 of the league's total 653 home Yanks in their first exhibition :' 1933 and since then has played WACO Tex. [API Bob Wood-

runs. Twenty-nine of Hank Greenberg's 44 four-play clouts were Memorial Plans game here against a local all-star .with the St. Louis Browns, Cleve- ruff, head coach of Baylor University t
fashioned at Detroit. Nick Ztten. Yankee first sacker led the RBI aggregation Saturday. land Indians and Chicago White announced yesterday that G 50-50 Service Station

department with 111 to his credit. Washington won38 games at" WASHINGTON IAPJ President Joe DiMaggio ailing Yank cen- Sox.Sixfoot he had signed Tipp Mooney, for- INC.I2J .
home and 38 on the road losing 38 at home and 40 on road trips. .! Truman endorsed yesterday a terfielder, visited the park for the 195 pounds one, he inch bats and and weighing throws mer professional football star as
move to erect a Memorial Stadiumto first time since the club's arrival backfield coach of the Bears next W Ckmrck St. at Wtttra.r U 4Pheic
all for this time.
And that's right handed and holds the Major
I Baseball Pitcher Walter John- but did not don a uniform. Fall. He played with the Chicago
League record for the number of Sf-M Day
I son in nearby Maryland.The I I Bears In 1943. 1944. 1945 and part J H-61 NlklEND
Lookouts Release One Montgomery County [Md 1 DETROIT [API The list of un- ,consecutive games* caught.* I of the 1946 season. ,
TRAININGfor Board of Commissioners has
FLIGHT : pro- -
Catcher Sign AnotherCHATTANOOGA I posed a 5,000-seat stadium at signed Detroit Tiger players WEST PALM BEACH tUP] I .
shrank to seven in number yes-
Richard Montgomery High School. Manager Connie Mack of the
Tenn. [API half dozen agreedto I
VETERANSHOEQUIST : terday as a more
Rockville Md. Philadelphia Athletics arrived here
The Chattanooga Lookouts of the 1947 contract terms. i
Brooke Johns chairman said yesterday to Inspect Spring train-
Southern Association have handed Short- 1
AIRPORT : Agreeing to terms were
after a White House call that Mr. ing facilities for his club. The 1
Danny Radakovich: their first stop Eddie Lake and Pitcher Rufus -
it St. Rio Grand-TeL S62SHevt Truman was enthusiastic and I first group of players is expected
string catcher for the past two Gentry along with four 1 IA11 1 II I11I
promised to write a letter endors- to report to the Spring camp next
release and
seasons his outright rookies and this brought the week.
signed Delbert Friar former ing the project. signed roster to 37 men.
I
f mer-Washingtonand
Johnson o r
catcher for Pensacola of the trou
Still unsigned-though no
Your AufSTEAM ,
American League great, livedon PHOENIX. Ariz. [API Following -
Southeastern League.U. ble was anticipated from any-
two and half hour practice
a Montgomery County farm a a
GREASEDAt S. TEAM BEATEN after retiring from baseball. He were Pitchers Hal Newhouser Trout and Fred Al session yesterday Manager Mel Ott

At PRAGUE Czechoslovakia [APIAustria's died recently after a long illness. Hutchinson Dizzy Cullenbine of the New York Giants announced
Ice hockey team out- Benton Infielders Roy that pitchers would be allowed to 1
MAYO'SCenpltU and Catcher I
and Johnny Lipon.
fought the United States squad i I participate hi batting practice taI -
M.... A Caaitii ttciniCteaaeo yesterday to win. 6-5. and bolt Bob Swift. ( day with Ott and Coach Red Kress
: and Lakrieat4 tmlj ".$* Gator Cagers ,
doing the throwing.
111 N. Mate .... fTSS back Into second place in the world
championships.: I AVALON Calif. [API Manager I
Charlie Grimm of the Chicago .
Class A League Lists
I Cubs decided yesterday to have ;(

PAINTING $2inuae. Trim Stetson Bill Nicholson, Cub right fielder ftoubleheader Tonight
who arrives Sunday, engage in
del Quick-Complete Service on and in I O'Briens Pharmacy takes on ',--- -
attemptto
All Other Make of Cars. We Now Offer Complete double practice daily an
1
the in the openinggame'
: JayCees
e'Paint Jobs as Low as $25. GAINESVILLE tAPl Florida'sfirst bring him out of the hitting
Ask boat. Our Fr,. rkeckVp ServiceSTIVERSPONTIAC slump which has plagued him for of the Class A League
string basketball team ran upa I basketball doubleheader at Davis
the last two seasons. Nicholson arrives -
big score in the first half against with squad of outfielders and Armory at 7:45 p.m. today while
a W. COLONIAL PHONE I.Ull Stetson University's cagers here
faces Rutland's
Hardware
Bumby
infielders. Charlie Root Jr.. 21-
last night and coasted to a 56-38 at
in the second
game .
of the former vet-
victory over the DeLand five. year-old son ;
With the Gators in front. 35 to eran Cub pitcher is taking his 9 p-m.
13 at halftime Coach Sam Mc- turn on the mound In batting
BOUT SET
and shows promise.. WELTER
Allister called his practice
freely on reserves -
Ricclo
NEW YORK [API Tony
Grimm said.
in the second period usinga
of N J, and Lou Vallesof
SHEETROCKPlenty total of 19 players in the contest. Bayonne
MIAMI [lAP Eighteen membersof New York have been signed for

Jackson's the Brooklyn Dodgers National a ten-round welterweight fight at
Sport Shop
League Baseball Club arrived here the St. Nicholas arena Mar. 24.

Wins Boys Club Game by train late yesterday en routeto the 20th Century Sporting Club


Plenly In Sock For Club Jackson's a tie intermediate for first Sport place Shop league in forged the Boys last into begin Traveling Havana Spring party Secretary Cuba training.The was where in Harold. charge they Par-will of announced yesterday. FLAT TIRE WORRIES!


night by defeating previously unbeaten -
Johnson's rott and was to leave later tonight
Men's Shop,
3614. by Pan American Clipper for Ha-

DeliveryAt Nurseries.The Panthers 15-12.defeated in the Orlando other I' vana.Manager Leo Durocher arrived New B. F. Goodrich ,

game. Maries Restaurant meets I I I here earlier by plane and left immediately ,

St. Luke's at 6:30: pm. today in 1 for Havana.FISHING. Seal- matic Tube Seals
another loop game. I -

Regular Prices \ PARTY
ARMY COLUMBIA TOPS 1
WEST POINT N. Y. [API A BOAT WF Punctures As Yw Ride 1

late rally by Army just fell short I ON LAKE APOPKA. Modem New Cabin \
Cruiier.: Mate, 7 te 1. i'litm' Ort r 1'1' 1Mb
yesterday Columbia's basketball persona day ssr
as -
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MO. Vk-day' $]0 u to S day' ./ eH-beat! compomd. Consists of layer
Lions squeezed out a 52-50 I $30. V*day' $a. tervatten. Ptiene Drive it ore a nail! Dm it Tortureit 9
PTTMAN over a spike
of iaadt
4O. SERVICE special gam-like plastic rubber
\ triumph over the Cadets before Charter Cishinf Service Bra STAVES SUNOCO j
..... ..
I
JT24 Orla. 1" of tube.
CO.ur.r..r ,3.000 in the field house. Na i coLONMi ouvtyov 0.0.0"e lone if you' wilL That's what test drivers did then

drove it for miles without fear of a "4a .
I
I wick perfect or coatroL

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a The B.F.'Goodrkh SeaI- -matic safety tube k not

just an emergency tube. It ignores puncture .

seals them automatically. And the 64% thicker tube

'' From where I sit..4/'Joe Marsh, ; : : I4TLANiIC2DEER wall protects JOB against hazardous blowouts.You're .


Set* wilt sea fa.. SdMteelng lining
safe with Seal- -matia., because you get a doses around the nail ... blocks escape

Where Cissy Spent BMtxiamm blowout protection and freedoot from 01 see.

puncture wotrxs. And-

Her HoneymoonMost "

Save Money Ways

of the young newlyweds I soar and except for occasional visits to

tow spend their .honeymoon the Garden Tavern for a glass of 1. Sate repair bills

at RoandstoM Lake w Jadue beer they stayed at home,getting .,.." -: 'x,<, I 2. Increase tire life

Falls; why the Martina even west used to married bliss.

as far u New York Ctv. My misses refers travelingand What is it that makes 0 F _. Outlast several sets of tire'

But when marriedthe that's her' right. But n liU tt
Cissy Capper from ?
them so good Extra age Heels wltfc! M! t. A aail is removed,
young Carter boy. they allowed )- where I alt. there's no pUce brewing-Gen- G Opp AVAtlAtLt Off CONVENIENT TERMS elf-Healing lining dote the hole .
u hew they were going to better for a honeymoon mead Special EER u f//seals agaont kak.
CH
spend_their honeymoon right hen.There's ...epaOGlt---than right at home. uine Old Time grain,hops -

a. plat better than with yow own possessions[ good : and malt-Light golden

ear tows* CSasy "71. "Aad Td home cooking,and a friendly glass color Try them today '[ B.F.GoodriehROBINSON

like to start married life at home ef beer or two-with the beat companion and see what you think! 1

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Folks naturally left them alone t 6tcit44:
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NO PRIORITY f NEW YALE HAVEN COACH lAP DICKERING Ivan Williams ''Record Daily k Orange Bowl I Thursday, February 20,1947 rlantifl! ) Horning e-t-:lnr1- Page 11

head basketball coach at
NEEDED
Yale and end coach of the football I
team said yesterday that he had Seating Hike Babe Zaharias New Harness Horse Track At CLOVER GRILL
Price Reduced
been in contact with athletic authorities 'Double Paid

.j,T Bath Tubs the at Lafayette post of head College football concerning Said Likely Palm Beach Awaits Approval i iI i Good Just Food H Block t S.. .COVET From. BeasoDafel Orinc ST. AT Prices*.

coach there. t MIAMI lAP Gust K. Newberg! Seeks Fifth WEST PALM BEACH AP Fate of CT.VB BtSINESS
[Bare] I Ii I [ ] a proposed $700- :
t BREAKFAST MEVS LLNCOJOc ;
79.50 At Hialeah i Construction Co.. yesterday turned I 000 combined harness racing track and polo grounds here I aid up Me and npUwbMm
in a low bid of 1297.583 for
Need I. hinged yesterday on the outcome of an election Feb. 25
Lavatories aLAXATIVE .ranoJ double-decking the Orange Bowl: in which the citizens' Palm Beach County will decide
? MIAMI tAP] Circle M. a. stadium to add 22,800 seats and F Florida TitleHOLLYWOOD
I II i whether or not they want another betting plant in South
[Complete Trim] Black-Draught te Riskolater won the $10,000 Added j I bring the seating capacity to 60.- !,Florida. '
Everglades Handicap at Hialeah
33.00 Uuly prompt Park yesterday but a pair of comparative 000.At the same time. Rep. George [API Mrs. Mildred F. Alden Gray. managing director 100-mile ruling which prohibitstwo
... 2-Uftually through unknowns that returned j Smathers [ID.-Fia.] said in Washington [Babel Zaharias national of the Roosevelt Raceway I tracks from operating within\

Closets .Alway* coiiowicalMl $2,691 for 28 daily double ticket I I that there was a good i I women's amateur golf champion. I track in Westbury N. Y. and i The that Palm distance Beach on the track came would dates.be Order-3 CcHoa

Soil PipeFittings 25t0 holders stole the show. chance approval.for the project to get CPA goes after her fifth straight Flor-I Frank J. Hale"of New York and about 50 to 75 miles from Hialeah, EACH 3 CARTONS J4.50-No COO'S

Riskolater had little difficulty I ida golf title of the year in the Palm Beach said they were readyto I Tropical and Gulfstream.One IN.....*. ....... ft Hoidha.; .
beating the field of eight-which second annual Women's International invest $700,000 for the plant No Offer Costs
included four previous atake win- Four Ball Tournament which will include a 3,500capacity rubber molecule is estimated -
ners-by taking an early lead and Sporting I to contain 75,000 atoms of
which
here today. ,
opens grandstand two half-mile
NO PRIORITY dosesonly t galloping home by a four-length tracks and I carbon and 120,000 atoms of hydrogen 1011.5 ASIOR.I ..iWAII. ,5.
polo field.A
Mrs. a
: margin. He negotiated the mile Zaharias. who won the I .
NEEDED Palm Beach tournament last conditional permit was Issued
----
and in 1:51 3/5 -
an eighth event week, will pair by the Florida State Racing Com '
UIIV ; 25 Two and earned dollar backers$8,800 for were his rewarded owner. Brevities i with Peggy Kirk, r:8i mission some time ago but the II
I' voters must
[ former Rollins act favorably beforea
with $4.80, $3.40 and $2.70 across IMMEDIATE.DELIVERY
star for the permanent permit is granted.
fllEEMJl the board. I I :Batch play event. -: I| Should the track be allowed. .
Lake Charles La. withdrew
Earlier Cedar Farm's Fiery) I
The members of the Racing Commis-
r, Ciydo Freeman. Ownei ee I L.! Dawn and Mrs. E. Biller's Bud's from the turbulent Evangeline champions defending Lou- sion said there possibly would bea City, or Bottle Gas Ranges
Tel. 9869 First won the first and second j League, promising an explanationsoon
,.. c. ise Suggs, of conflict in dates with the three
711 W. Church'St. races respectively to return the I Howie Schultz. Dodger Lit h I a Springs horse racing tracks in South Florida City Gas Floor Furnaces
largest daily double payoff in Hia-, first sacker won't report to Ga, and Jean g- resulting in possibly shorter Water HeatersOilGasElectricGibson
leah's history. Fiery Dawn. rid- Brooklyn until Mar. 3, when he Hopkins,of Lake- seasons.
den by veteran jockey A. Snider I' quits pro basketball Frank wood, Ohio, were William B. Watson member of Upright Home Freezers
9 .:: S returned $79.60 and Bud's First f Muscles Stranahan. Walker placed on the top Y the commission, said there was aNPf's
9 S i.as ; survived a foul claim to win the ,I Cupper sliced four strokes off par of the upper Electric Room Heaters
second and return 3950. Only j bracket. and the '
to win medal honors at the Houston IN
a4NaA 28 tickets were sold on the winning I Tex. Country Club's annual team of Mrs. ZaMrs.. Zahariasharias S
COMPLETE RADIO REPAIR DEPARTMENT
combination, and all of them were invitational tournament Bern- and Miss Kirk on the bottom 6GU A.OTION! r
the $2 variety. I I Australian of the lower bracket. '
borough great racehorse ,
s 1 It was by no means the largest' arrives by boat on the West Mrs. Zaharias started the year RAils KlIIVINO ALL 4 ,
daily double paid in Florida but ,: I by winning the Tampa Women's
Coast to tOLD MlSblQ-IN JUST I H. A. (0.
Sunday enroute SECONDS I Daugherty &
Hialeah's biggest. Several years) Open by five strokes. and then ,
0.
..
fHO ago $2 backers at Tropical Park thrift Farms, Lexington, spend-I defeated Margaret Gunther. of famoea !jet : (.+sfyp. 001 for I
received double of I Lester Webber former T.k.alter d' told eraser), Caar
a daily payoff Memphis Term. 12 and 10, in the : a. ata. Robinson
over $7.000. but Hialeah's previous and Baltimore Oriole pitcher, quit Helen Lee Doherty Tournament at I at Bumby Phone 2.2456
high was on Feb. 4, 1936. when a baseball to enter private business. I Miami she paired with Gerald .COLD PREPARATIONS
Y ORLANDO. FLORIDA
EF=3 scattered few received $1,459.20 Massachusetts' House passeda Walker of Orlando to win the I ot LIQUID
'f1I for their $2 investment.The I bill prohibiting harness horses Florida Mixed Two-Ball. 5 and 4, Trt*Mmrk....
J I Everglades served as a pre- tracks operating within 25 miles and defeated Jean Hopkins 1 up -
I :. view performance for the $50.000 I of another track The Class A ,in the Palm Beach tourney.
& added Flamingo Handicap March: Western League failed to adopt a I
N 1 in which five of today's racers j I 1947 schedule Harry Marr.
are eligible starters for the biggest candidate for the Colby College Daytona GetsMotorcycle :
event for three-year-olds of the coaching job quit as assistant to I
c 1 t I y tt Florida Winter Season. Only Em- | Coach Denny Myers at Boston 48 ANNOUNC'NG: '
4 perator and Michael B were not I'
College Fred Lanifere. San
nominated for the rich event.
Etl Diego second baseman was sold
t ES# 1 I ODELL GOES HOME I' to Albany of the Eastern League. Race SanctionDAYTONA
OO4LE sr SINGLE EDGE Sty o4 EE5e .
1 NEW HAVEN, Conn. lAP Al Schact, clown prince of I
a 10 26 26 691 501 '1 tEEtEE ttti oAt s. Howie Odell, Yale head football baseball is getting set for another BEACH lAP] The
Rut l431tad fat 'INI_ coach yesterday was discharged I', USQ-Cap Shows tour to entertainGIs American Motorcycle Assn. yester- .
from New Haven Hospital where Jack Rice. Western International I day awarded sites for 14 national
aOUCW UOUftO SUMS ALE HAM H 1.1*.MMM,MUM MB a,Anna Alt SOU M WIU ont I he was taken after fracturing a t League umpire was I in 1948. including the Daytona -
leg during a handball match. signed by the Sally League. I races
|I Beach 200-mile expert cham- r
DODGERS SIGN HURLER pionship, the "Ken+icky Derby of 1
SPARTANBURG. S. C (API motorcycledom."
AT THE Edward Toney.star pitcher for the The AMA governing group is
Woodruff American Legion Junior convened here for the 1947 100-
baseball team last season an- mile novice race to be run here
nounced here yesterday he had Saturday and its 200-mile national
I I received a $3,000 bonus for signing championship expert event Sun- 1 0
WALK OVER SHOP i a contract with the Brooklyn day at 2:30 pjn The largest field
ever to go to post In motorcycle
racing history 301 riders, is entered -
I Dodgers.RADIO in the 1947 derbies here.
The 1948 championship race
sites sanctioned and selected included -
I the 200-mile national expert -
OVERSTOCK SALEOur I REPAIR SERVICESOUTHERN championship and 100-mile
MUSIC novice at Daytona Beach. Does Your CorWEAR TIRESiSHIMMY ?

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First Sale of Men's Shoes in Several Years Job Nebraska Offered Line Blazine Coach SHAKE ? STEER HARD ?

BEST TRAILER SHOP CHAMPAIGN. HI. lAP Friendsof J

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To supply you with shoes we've coach at the University of Illinois
ZZ2S w. WatklBf Dial MM said yesterday he had been offered aligned f COME IN for a frpy :
hod to buy in an abnormal way. Instead of ordering sizes we needed, Ion Winter Garden Road) the head line coach post at
the University of Nebraska.DIGESTIVE ,
often, in order to get the shoes, we've had to take a complete lot of 100 y \
Auto Undercoating

I to 300 pairs which often included 10 or 15 pairs on slower sellipg sizes. Eliminates Rattles Boad Noises 1F I TOM COX

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i ClAY HAIR Bishop Garber Officials Will -. Consult

NEWS ..;: -

No More Dyeing? To Preach Here Discuss i ParkA r Interior George Decorator Manuel,


restoring Science'natural startling color new to gray Vitamins hair can for i Y r z I I :: ? : ,

now be had as Nix Vitamlai.' No more I Bishop Paul N. Garber. superintendent group of Orange County of-
dangerous hair dyeing. These Vitaminsas
described by national magazine supply -] of the Methodist Church ,icials and civic leaders will con .
harmless hair Vitammubatanee '
to your anti-gray system. Simply take! work in Central EUrope. will fer with representatives of the .
1 a day until graying stops and hair i preach at the morning service of Florida Forest and Park Service :
color returns tfcr roots. Age 22 up. mg
dont .w.01f.b1or your time. Get the First Methodist Church on on the possibility of converting .
MX today. Dont wait. '
Sunday. The area over which he Kelly Park into a State park at
NO HAIL OKDEKS SHIPPED
presides covers Central and Southern a meeting at the Chamber of

I' EMRICH'S' Europe and North Africa embracing Commerce at 11 ajn. today. i
11 countries and the workis Proposals that the park deeded i
13 W. Church SL,-Opp. Boone St. carried on in 13 languages. The to Orange County by the late Dr. .
ORLANDO PHARMACY area Includes Belgium, Czechoslovakia Howard Kelly of Baltimore be
Switzerland, Hungary. i
turned into a State park were' .
Poland. Y u goal a v 1 a. Bulgaria. discussed previously by the Counrty I
Spain Algeria. Tunisia and the SOLID MAPLEFinished
Commissioners and approval of I
Madeira Islands. During the past .
the Kelly family of transfer of
three years he has been working BISHOP PAUL N. GABBER
the deed to the State obtained
with ministers and missionaries 75 ..
To here
preach j
Lester In addition to the
County Com- in soft mellow color. .
per cent of which were imprisoned, a maple
_ and perseeuted by the Nazis. missioners and Mayor William
Bishop Garber is In the United NAMED EXECUTRIXMrs. Beardall, the following have been I Sold only in sets, but there are a number
States for a 10 weeks' stay, during Inez D. Parker was named asked to attend the conference:
Betsy Tax Assessor Jim Burden, Tax of combinations for instance : full '
which he will visit 20 cities in the beneficiary and executrix of the ;3 '
South for the purpose of acquainting Collector Carl Jackson Atty. W. '
the public with the European estate left by her husband; George R. Smith. Walton McJordan size bed, dresser, and chest.
situation and organizing relief Lincoln Parker of Winter Park James B. Keith. R. D. Robinson,
Ross work for his area. The Bishop was who died Dec. 16, instruments filed R. T. Tucker, Wilson Reed, Rob ,! a 1i. ,
formerly dean of the Divinity yesterday in the County Judge's ert Carr, Clarence Johnson, Ray ,wma, 3: JN
School of Duke University at Durham office revealed. Paschall and A. C. Slaughter. $219.50
N. C. He is a noted church I The estate, including propertyin I t
Spinet historian and is the author of several Florida and other States Is
FOR LUMBAGO
volumes of the history of valued at 24600. RHEUMATISMTry t .
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Methodism. I Walton's Reel Label Diuretic This I Full size or twin beds. > w
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During the past year the First I medicine has preyed. to thousand that
Methodist Church of Orlando has they need ne longer differ from lumbago, al I a+ t' ;t.. lq3
Open Monday EveningsWARREN'S I
rhum.titm and ether ache that are
directed $7,000 toward the work I caused. by bad kidney; Red Label i* a $55.00 each
which Bishop Garber is doing in cafe and tested remedy.. It !is old en amoneyback .e lb
Europe and at the service next Med Label Piuretic guarantee from Get your a bottle dru99st of I I t
Sunday morning will present him today Two uaranteed *ize*-Me .. $1.00
with additional check to aid (AdY) 4-drawer chest of drawers. rF +'
an Winter Park Phone 68 ,+
in the missionary and relief work C $$r

of Central Europe.At $95.00
3 p.m. Bishop Arthur J. FINAL
Moore resident Bishop of the At-
"IfT lanta which embraces the How '
area women and girls '
Florida Conference of the Meth- | 3-drawer dresser with mirror. 5-drawer vanity with mirror. Wood seat vanity bench.
MAGNIFICENT... odist Church will preside and get wanted relief! CLEARANCEi
may i
speak at a mass missionary meet-
tf C that's what everyone ing at the First Methodist Church.He from functionil periodic pain] of TOYSThese s $21.50- .. $79.50 $85.00
when
says they see and will present Bishop Garber for
h.ar the new L.st.rB.fsy an additional message and also I Cardul 1* a liquid medicine which
Rags Dr. Y. C. Yang, president of Soo- many women aay baa brought teller
Spinet. Modestly from the cramp-like agony and ner- toys are in good shape Other sets in mahogany combinations_ $112.00 i to $350.00
priced sized and chow University: in China,who will tons ctratn of functional period
speak. Dr. Yang will be the speaker dlatreu.HcrI''a sow it may help: but we are moving our toy
to fit into homo ,
styled any at the evening service of the Taken: like a tonic dept. to another floor and
cottage or mansion. First Methodist Church. Jkr it should stimulate I'unuture-I'iey' Fifth Floor
Easy Terms Available./ .*appetite thua help aid build dlcectlon. nataulle. -- frankly we need the space
lot the "time".
for a new shipment.
CLEAN,WHITE Q. LOOK to come.
-.. Started 3 dan before
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2-wsf" should help reliere On the $1.00 Table!
it-'P C pain due to

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: 13 95 Cloth dolls now ft 00 R
Try CarduL If it helps youTI '
Many modern mothers) are chang-I be glad yea did. $2.25 ManIkin Dolls, now _...SI.00 Dramatize Your Windows With
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dean white.stainless medicated- -CAROL) 11 98 Doll Furniture now..._.ft.00 t lae,

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I $1.25 Party Games, now _....SOc

-and many other toys now SOc Y w .' t windows with cream marquisette curtains for a
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On the 39c Table px r f room. They are wide

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floor samples.
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rose and one in maroon tapestry
upholstery. that drab and ordinary look from any room!

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1196 30. now...__ $99.50Z All-Woven Cotton Boucle

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Two-piece Lawson Sets, Permanently Twisted Loops
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sturdy as t Trojan soldier is this: fashion-wise $ O 95 I! I wing and occasional chairs ,
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casual sandal .of glovey, unlined elk for easy I! to $79.SO. now_ mt r.,;
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II walking. In white or tan saddle leathers. II [3 only Box Spring and Tnftles '
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Ball. -

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'INGRAM' OPTOMETRISTS& INGRAM The Quinns for mtd about eM1iM1'7rMida DifficultProduction Honoring


r I censor* to MEAD'S UDC s :


'I 1M Nights N.Oruu Sundays Av -.BoUdayi r..OM S3SI SIM EntertainHouseguests ([))RrillE "Mark Twain" the new HaroldM. Mrs. John M. Wilcox

Sherman play at the Annie ton Tex. -

: By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor Russell Theater is the most am- United Daughters of the
; i Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Quinn were bitious and complex play ever
A WeakRpnDownFeeling MURPHY IS here until next Thursday visiting her parents eracy will be honor
hosts at a cocktail party at the | SHARON staged there. The backstage crew i
I night when Mrs. I
Mrs. R. R. Murphy on E. Washington St. Sharon a
Is Often Orlando Country Club yesterday I graduate of Orlando Senior High School and Orlando Junior College of 24 people have to work harder Brown a past State I
from 4 to 6 p.m. and invited a I is now ,in nurses training at Emory than those on the stage to keep dent entertains with I
group of friends to meet their University Hospital School of Nursingin the show running smoothly.The dinner coffee from 7

A WarningThat house guests. Dr. and Mrs. Frank I Atlanta. Before returning to Emory preparation for staging this I at Assisting her home.Mrs.523 Brown I
Cullen of New Rochelle N, Y. where she will have another year of production was tremendous. The
The Red-Blood With the honorees were included ,' training. she will take a course at settings were designed and executed :I Mrv L. F. Blanker. State
Col. and Mrs. C. D. McAllisterand by Wilbur Dorsett and Richard er: and the Mmes. I l
Bellevue Hospital in New York.o
Is Getting Low their guests. Mr. and Mrs.I' Verigan and the lighting which well and J. Brooks
H not ted like your amend doing Frank McAllister of Detroit.Mich.: o nRS. plays a very important part was LaRue Bliss and H. B. I ,
n ban Uu urge to be up Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Miller. Mr. I \" WILLIAM STAHL of Hollywood worked out by Verigan. will pour. All members
why strength not? Look cbeck-uP: *t the on palm your of your and Mrs. William Lyons. Mr. and i iI 1 .1 CaL. is here visiting her sister Mrs. Dorsett instructor in theater cal Annie Coleman II
bands, your fingernails. your lips the Mrs. I. H. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. A. j Sam Sternberg. Mrs. Stahl is a former arts at Rollins said that there was UDC are issued a
lobe?at jour earre they pale and off ,I W. Conklin of New York; Mr. and : concert pianist, and her husband is a f i more mathematics than art in toin to attend. Ij
color
hour mmtoas of Mr. and and orchestra director staging a play. For "Mark Twain" While here Mrs. I
EYU) day-erery Mrs. Willoughby Cox. I well-known musician -
must foita I they began by working out stage house guest of Mrs. C
tiny red-blood-eelU pour 'Mrs. Ellis Phelps Mr. and Mrs. being the former conductor of
bone to replace
from the marrow of your to the last inch. The
square immediate
hose that are worn-out. A low Dewey Denson. Mr. and Mrs. Dan the crchestra at the Roxy Theater in % space past
play really calls for a revolving !Florida State..DDC.i .
wyszu blood count> appetite may affect uad you In&eeeesl I Tedder. Mr. and Mrs. James Gail. New York City. He has written several f.J stage which piece of equipment' j :
energy a run-down condition, lack of I Mrs. D. J. Schwind. Mrs. Ellen symphonies, one of which was played r they do not possess. They made :
resistance To get real to Infection relief you and must disease.keep tip I Whitton Mrs. Dan Comstock of by the Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra : : t$ out by building three wagon stages I i Birth I
your blood strength.Medical: .utb< by analyst of the blood hare by posltlre I land Mr. and :Mrs. Lyle Hudson. scores for several movies. Their daughter form to raise the level of the stageto : are announcing the 1
amazingly proof effective shown that In building 8SS Tonic up low la ;, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mfllea and Inesita a Spanish dancer who i" t"t" x.' nutritional Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Craig. ... j: '
blood strength in non-organle : ; Valparaiso. Mrs. Brien
is
specializes in the flamenco making a
This la due to the 883 :'<>4 t<
anemia
There only three
I are wagons I nected with the city tax
which contain pedal for herself the West Coast. .
Tonic formula name on
and potent activating Ingredient \ Two FetedAt o 0 0 ,:.::!\! .i. ,. and with twelve scenes it is obvious I'I office here for several
Alia 888 Tonic help you enjoy the that one wagon must carry two : O'Briens are making
food you eat by Increasing the gastriA GRAY AND the Casa Loma SHARON MURPHY settings. Grant's bedroom and ,
1\ in while I
dleestlTe Juice when tt 1* non-organl GLEN here for visit I II Twain's bedroom are really the Valparaiso
tally too little or scanty-Uiu*the stom. who delighted a throng is stationed at Eglin
with will bave tend cauM off lit balky Party of Central Floridians at the Coliseum last weekend, will play for same. The change is made with
gas. bloat tire sour I another dance here this Saturday night, and this time he will the wallpaper. The panels are
host- coming
food tutu Mrs. J. Irvine Lyle 3d was
and the apparently
Dont red-blood.walt! Cnergize Start on your 6SS Tonic body with now. ess last night at a bridge party at be at the Officers' Club. Orlando Army Air Base. Members of the solid open papered spaces walls are like win- I Can't CHOWS"t
rich
As: vigorous blood surge throughoutyour her home on Lake Underhill Dr. club and their guests will dance to the popular songs of yesterdayand dow shades and can be rolled up
whole body greater freshness ana honoring Mr. Lyle's mother. Mrs.J. today from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Dress will be optional. and detached and replaced by CHOWS"r
deep strength better should feel make better you work eat better.better. Irvine Lyle. who is here from At the Coliseum this Saturday from 9.30; p.m. to 1 30 a.m., one] others. Then with different furniture I PIN-WORMS CAUSE AWFUL
play better.have a healthy color glow in New York and also Mrs. S. H. of the originators and developers of swing music. Earl "Fatha" Hines the scene is unrecognisable. AND THAT
your akin-arm flesh fill out,Gnaw Nichols of Oak Park. HI, the will play for a public dance. The map-of-the-world drop One of the warning signs of I
Millions of bottle sold which
place* houseguest of Mrs. W.T. Chennell. a nare! r rectal itch
bottle from your drug stores 8S3 Tonic o o o scene was painted especially for ftdccting and broke stop
helps Build Sturdy Health. With the honor guests were included the show, as was the book with to even more serious distress.It .
the Mmes. Gordon Gifford.W. ONE OF THE newcomers to Central Florida who has been active the portraits on the dust wrapper. is BO longer necessary. to
T. Chennell. Jack Stewart pointing out the many advantages here is Mrs. Stephen Bennisof This show which combines three the Kwcce trouble' has caused at last by found a
TheVhistling Oyster Hugh Flynt. Thomas Lawton Sanford. Being the only licensed glider pilot in the country. Mrs.r techniques radio cinema and theM stubborn pets easily:'".
Clark Jennings Robert Hammond. x GeIJAYNE's P-W stthe \
Bennis has entered the Southeast theater. is a work of improvisationand medteallr
John Walter Hall. Walter Gielow. Worms. P-W is a.
a perfect illustration of the bused an officially
ern States Glider Contest to be west OB
Williams. .
L A. Mayfield. Clyde
proverb "necessity is the motherof clement! wlheh has proved
Also the Mmes. Norman Coulter ; held in Sanford March 1 and 2.: invention." dcalms-with this ugh iDf..,. T
I P-W tablets act ra a special
Ruth Swinner- \\
Jack
Pedrick. : Last year she established awoman's The back stage crews which Include J>ia-WOI'_ Pew means -
ton. Lee Hazen, Larry Adkinson.
stage hands call boys makeup
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Myra Gager. J. P. Roberts. Alan f district record at a con-
wardrobe sound techniciansand
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I Anderson. Glenn Pierson. Eugene a }, test in Elmira N. Y. light control people work to
Wise. Robert Pleus. e K. 000MR. 1 i i
a split second schedule. All the
\ AND MRS. BENJAMIN S. crew are students except Dorsett
I I .. SUMMERWILt. of Iowa City. and Verigan.
I IIPENRICHED I Iowa, are here visiting his bro- "They are not arty bohemians
Fine Gifts JkIll'' s st illl ther-in-law and sister Mr. and showing off" said Dorsett. "all of
Really ll Mrs. L. A. Andrew. Mr. and Mrs. them including the girls oughtto
1 I I Andrew are here from Evanston be members of the teamsters'union
Jensen Silver Margbab Linen lDIXIEARGARIN moo for the season, and are at the because they all do .heavy Aa wurei'
C Spode Wedgwood Castleton t II I Highland Lake Apts. Mrs. manual work. They never argue
Swedish Crystal Mark Cross and make no excuses they just For that -
I i Walter Keating, the former Mary work."
Mary Chess Henri Bendel fi Glatly. has returned to Selma, The most pleasant aspect of the so green hard lawn to attain that
t, etc. Ala. after a visit here with her production of "Mark Twain." is try
complete plant food.
i mother Mrs. Ruby Glatly. the way in which everyone tries
CAMELLIASPlant supplies with the
Week's
This
HighlightsPure Mrs. Clara Lamberg has as her to give all the credit to everyone grass
ment it needs
Now guests her daughter, Mrs. Virginia else and take none for themselves.As sturdy to
Silk Ties Ross and Mrs. :Thomas Miles. a team the Rollins Players and &less:sanitary growth.and
this includes
New Pattern in Stemware and enjoy their MRS. STEPHEN BENMS Pauline Harrell has returned from the play everyone whatever concernedin
In glider contest a visit in Lake Wales with her in capacity. A PRODUCT or
Leather Desk Sets have done a magnificent Job of
bloom this Season. I
't brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johnson. Dr. and
Brass Mall Boxes staging acting and producing
Over 100 Varieties; Mrs. D. H. Hibbard are here from Wisconsin to visit Mr. and Mrs. "Mark Twain."
Bridge Lamps Wayne Reitz. o o 0lIRs. I

to select from \ FLORENCE WILLIAMS of New York City is the houseguest v i '

Cloud on Saturday all colors beau. Mrs. J. P. Layden of Park Lake Ave. Mr. and Mrs. W Airs. SandersIs IOMPIITI PLANT I 1I
Afternoons D. Price and daughter. Margaret of Pampa Texas are here for a /
tiful and rare types.N. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ricker. Mrs. Price and Mrs. Ricker are HostessMrs. I I
The WhliUHf Oyster label sisters. .Mrs. W. A. Hutchinson is a patient at the Ora nge Memorial
adds distinction to yew fUU L Hasty Jr. Hospital. f. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Meyers of Long Branch. N. J., Wilson Sanders invited a I FEED
-On patio reached from 120 N. are touring Florida .and are making their headquarters at 2320 group of friends for luncheon at 66 W.
44 L Colonial Dr. Tel 2-2162 St. 11 I
Orange and 35 W. Washington. Delaney 000rilHE the Officers' Club. Orlando Army ","E SELL PURINA

Air Base this week to meet Mrs.
KAPPA ALPHA THETA SORORITY is
entertaining Saturday
Russell Cole who recently moved
from 9:30: p.m. to 1:30: ajn. with a formal dance at the Dubsdread here from Miami. 'i
Country Club as part of the Founder's Week celebration at Rollins With the honoree were includedthe .
College. Alumni of Rollins from all over Central Florida are expected Mmes. Sam Humphries. Rob-
( a COTTONPRINTS to attend. Heading the arrangement committee for the affair are ert Lester, James W. Robinson.
the following: Janice McFarland and Betty Roebuck, food; Eleanor Harold Ammerman. L. P. HaganJr.
Holdt. decorations; and Eileen Lawless, invitations. ., E. J. Sanders, Buford Vaughn
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modern word "curfew" de- ton. Margaret Baugh Mary Ann Thursday, February 20,1947! ((1Jrlanh fHnrntng &rntinrl Page 15
Charlotte and Mrs.
Hitch. Wing --
rres from couvre-feu (cover fire, 1 I
a term used in the Middle Ages Charles Davis. uSije1Q INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUY! CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH Dixie makes
.... 000 fl
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fr the bell signalling the time ;:::; ... Poetry Society SERVICE GOOD Cooks Fetter]
Iff. ri: J_. .. At the meeting of the Colonial- eipwwt"t.DOT .
men peasants were required to ; ,,11 : l town Woman's Club Monday nightat I Dr. H. T I'thlantChiropractor
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,ever their fires.Want \ .- iJ the clubhouse.. Mrs. C. Dorn p Program Set J CASse. DIXIEMARGARINE
wel- 715 W, Colonial Dr.
I and Mrs. C. D. Seigel were TausHem.
01 comed as new members The :7: t-.. .. f.I' t..aA Phone 2-4466

to Know (I,program for the evening featured cOY" ,.. Saturday Evenings by appointmentArse's
JEAN YOTHERS :the Time Magazine current events ,;:
WITH A HOME-TOWN TRANSACTION! -- ---- -- --
the Orlando
for
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test with Mrs. A. B. Clark and I The program
About Editor
Something dub[ '" Views
Poetry Society meeting Saturday ABC
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the
Miss Marie Roehsler making I II Style ShomeWOMEN'S
Laxatives? The Parent-Teachers Assn. ofi i' highest scores 9. Members of the By HAROLD ESCHSHUFFLEBOARD I at 12 p.m.Bldg.at the Chamber of Commerce INCOME TAX I Q F PER SERVICENew
Cherokee Junior High School js' recently appointed nominating I Returns PreparedReasonable 1 APPAREL
.It was St. Annual A Red Gross Donation
sponsoring a party for the students committee include Mrs. E. G. M6r Banquet-- Rates ou II MOTTO: Accounts and Future
There arc many to cboosc from-- Petersburg against Orlando in the I February 22. 1947. 12 noon. in the MFa.. and Friend"" Servoce. I
Friday at 7:30 pmin theGirls' Mannis Miss Charlotte Chamber of Commerce Bldg Reservations Are Solicited
tboM that arc quick and drastic mactloe OPEN EVENINGS
Schwa41 finals of the men's singles as play Adequate Parking Spare
will PRodRAIoI i
There 2-1177
Telephone
Gymnasium and Mrs. E. M. Ivey
and those that act whi
TOOdeep of games clUb'l1. advanced into the final day of the Singing America-Lead by Mr, and Mrs.Menrin MALCOLM B. ROUTT fit N. OraBte Pfc Z-t5M I ORLANDO WINTER PARK
variety
and are gentle. The mild laza- be dancing a next meeting will be held on Renir I
more like aataire'a can and- and refreshments .Tickets maybe 3 at 3:30: pjn. Orlando Invitational. Hubbard of Welcome creeUns-Ainei Works. President Tax Consutant!
f'Ye. school. the Mirror Lake Club in St. Pe- ZJ W. Cbarcb Tel CI> I
purchased at the 000 I Toast Master darlloPrI.nUq! the
t II tersburg played Swang of Orlando -I i .
EVAC-U-GEN > oo Rev Daniel X BnrtnerToart I LAUNDRY 8 DRY CLEANINGQuick
Mrs. F. N. Russell will be hos- yesterday. Mrs. Wilcox of I -la honor of George! Washincton "le a.ueht.n II
The February meeting of the tess to the Orlando Button Col the national Richard P. Lochner Tame Weiinana I
LAXATIVE I ,Tampa present Reading of Original Poems-Mrs. Albert I. service if yon bring it by our office or phone for pickup
Spinsters Cotillion Club of Orlando i lector's Club at her home in Al- champion was to play Mrs. Spinkof Patton Mawey \ and delivery service.
over 20'years doe- was held Tuesday night at i tamonte Springs today at 1:30''' Orlando in the finals of the "There Toast-T.U No M. De.thOeoffrey N ram. O'Hara
at Kf havenused druggist and for prescribed a txtle to-it. the Dubsdread Country Club I I p.m. Mrs. Ben Kaplan and I'ladies singles. I Music: Recessional. Rodysrd Kipling sane IVANHOE LAUNDRY I CITY CLEANERS
A;, your have the family try it and tf Following dinner. a business meet- Mrs. E. R. Hazeltine are in chargeof Beginning with the quarter- Accomp.nlst-MIU by Mary Elizabeth Bernmdin Cole. Williamson.Ten t. 1630 N Orange-Ph. 5594 I I 39 W Colonial Dr.-Ph 7557
m completely satisfied return the ing was held with Miss Stacy Bald- the program Mrs. Kaplan final round in the men's division, Minute Intermission
8I!*y .bottle to>> us and DOUBLEt win,president presiding..Tentative black F'miD of Star Spangled Banner"
t> MONEY WILL BE .BtRINDED. > will review a book on glassor Amrhein of Orlando defeated' The "Flag" by James Whitcomb RileyRer -
plans were made for a dance'to "jets" illustrating her talk Wright of Winter Haven by 98-24 Wilford E Mann LOWER
be given in June Members with several cards of black glass and 77-62: Vincent Jr.. of DeLand In unison are read in the aloud keeping"Our of lives a great and. precious liberties -- :COST LOANS V. Girls! Women! Who Suffer Distress Of
attending were the Misses Betty buttons ...Members are reminded 'lost to Hubbard of St. Petersburg I I documents Constitution of the Installment Loan Dept
EVAC-U-GEN Ann Balthrop. Marjo Dukes Ann to bring their collection or articlesin by 79-70 66-82 and 77-415: West I I United more perfect States of Union America establish To form Justice a I II FIRST NATIONAL BANK 4th Floor PERIODIC fEMALl WEAKNESS
Brinkman. Lillian McLeod. Alice this material for comparisonand of Peabody lost to Wilcox of Tam-I I insure domestic tranqulllty. provide. for
LAXATIVE Jane Sullivan Rebecca Thomas ': study There will also be of I common defense promote general welfare
: pa by 76-67 and 79-45; Swank and secure the blessings of libertyto
table Compound to relieve such
far Pauline Harrell. Betty Henry. Car- ,Valetine Button Box and an opportunity Orlando won 78-21 and 798minus ourselves and posterity" with its nervous
Collins, Shirley Riddle. Shirley Work of the Red Crosa-.Jud.e Victor I symptoms. It's famous for helping
olyn I for exchange. from Baldwin of DeLand.In .
Hutchms : ? girls and women in this way!
CRANKBOWELS ot.D cranky feelings. .
Slaughter. Anne Barnes. Jean 000 the semi-finals, Amrhein lost Service advisory council of the Orange Taken regularly Pinkbamt
I County Red Cross Chapter
TAKE ONLY AS DIRECTED Turner, Martha Adams Carolyn| The Eva Burke Club meets at to Hubbard by 82-81 and 82-46 Presentation of our gift to Red Cross Lady Do female functional monthly disturbances Compound helps build up resistance I
Peters. Jean Guernsey Sara Lay- 1:30 p.m. today with Mrs. Allan h and Swank defeated Wilcox by 77- Agnes*' Works' *' '' TOHELP'J" make you feel nervous against such distress. Just
Lord Prsver Porsythe
Music : -Josephine -
Cohoon, 525 Lake St. 69. 40-80'and 75-29. In the con- Man Elizabeth Cole fidgety, cranky, so tired and see if you too don't remarkably
o o r> solation event of the men's division Accompanist--Miss Bernadine Williams. I EASE(COUCHING)( i 'draggedout'-at.suchUmesThen. benefit. Also a great stomachic
I TIGHT Of EST i eta try Lydia E. Pmkham's Vege tonic. Worth trying
Martin of Eustis was to play
Alpha Chi Alumnae I
The Omega
"Coming Events"For Club will meet at 8 pxa. today Smith of Kissimmee late yester- Little/ / Theater I I RU8 ON MUSCLES. tf /J.._ /1l.LLu_' VEGETABLE
with Mrs. M. C. Via Horn 812 day.In I COMPOUND
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Present
W. Colonial Dr.r the ladies event, starting To Play I. MENTHOlATUMf I
> ri oAt with the quarter-finals Mrs. Wil- Raymond Van Sickle's popular ,
cox of Tampa defeated Mrs. Kaysof comedy. "Best Years." will be pre- -.
3 today the Twentieth
pjn. DeLand by 77-76 and 81.51: sented at 8:15: tonight at the Co-
Century Club will meet with Mrs.I. i Mrs. Close of St. Petersburg won lonialtown Women's Club by the -
R. Campbell. 2722 Pasco Are. from Mrs. Notestine of Orlando by recently re-organized Little Thea-

sV 000 77-32 and 79-18; Mrs. Holmes of ter group of Orlando. SHOES
Si The Liberated Prisoners of War St. Petersburg lost to Mrs. Spinkof I Directed by Russ Rupp. the play
Club's second meeting will be held Orlando by 55-76 80-56 and'' stars several Little Theater notables I I ITots
date with the at 8 pjn. today in the lounge of 75-8; Mrs. Troutman of Orlando including; Kathryn Tigner,
your the non-commissioned officers of defeated Mrs. Scholfman of Kis- Betty Jean Wells Alice Schultz,
-.. OAAB. simmee by 80.48 and 7650.In Milt Stotter. Mary Molterer, : .1.00 1.95 2.95

Stork, HARPER'S hasTe 000 the semi-finals, Mrs. Spink Flynn Gladys, Chrystal Johnson Walston Jack Wells.and Andy D. S. : --. .. .
Lucerne Rebekah Lodge No. 36 defeated Mrs. Troutman by 77-62, j Banner.
these figure flattering will hold its regular meeting at 18-76 and 81-19. Mrs. Wilcox
8 pjn.today at the Fraternal Bldg. won from Mrs. Close by 68-76 81- One Rackladies'
or o nand 80-20. The winner of the I Panties! Sun Suits
i Maternity t AT WINTER PARK
Ladies Consolation was Mrs. Zeystof
Four of the most beautiful gar- Dresses
] she defeated 312 and 314 No. Park Ave. J 2 Pair 1.00
dens of homes on InterlachenAve. Peabody I Daytona as 5 Pr.-1.00 -
} One Block' North of the Fostoff-c*
/ will be shown on the tour Mrs. Sensiba of Kissimmee 1.00 and 1.95
Mothercraft. They come today sponsored by the Winter by 47-77.' 76-64 and 79-44. Handkerchief --|:

\k Park Garden Club These will I Sizes 9-52
in bright Spring Shadesof include the street-side view of the The Orange Festival in Winter BARtlEl) Boys' Short Pants 5 RaincoatsSizes
estates of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bar- Haven has its day for shuffle- '
Melon, Blue and bour. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. McKin- board with members of the local ,@ LinER S 100% WoolSweaters 10-14
nel Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McKean. club participating today. Swank imPOBTUSMonotriming 2 Pair-1.00
Aqua in sizes 10 to 16. and Gen. Avery D. Andrews and Swasey and Mrs. Spink and Y.n.a ds'-- 1.95
The tickets for the tour may be Mrs. Troutman will be the local I Phone U6 Ir
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purchased at The Bookery in Win- representatives. t. i 1.00
ter Park .'. Transportation will + I V From The #t
'* MADEIRA ISLANDS 2 PC. Knitted Suits All Kinds of
be furnished at the Woman's Clubat LAWN BOWLING Yester-

7'\d l 2 p.m. I day's tournament schedule V V On Fine Linen Embroideries and Organdy 1 1t Boys Sizes Shirts Values
cc cc cc
i vTas limited to one sin- e '
24-30
\ The Woman's Bible Class of the .gles game in the championship t, Banquet Sets 1-8 1.00 40 to 60% Reduction
5.98 First Baptist Church will hold its I round of the Capt. J. A. Cooper Tea Sets II I 1.00
monthly business meeting. today ]II I.Trophy. C. F. Rhodes defeated f Cocktail Napkins I I
at 11 a.m. A covered dish W., E. Ball by 21 to 9 to move upa Bridge Sets L
luncheon at 12 pan. will follow. notch in the brackets. Rhodes I t Guest Towels TI
41 plays John Stevens this afternoon I I Finger Bowl Doilies
I ThourtmcU of : with the winner meeting J. Lester r We Gift Wrap f SALLY MAY

{ "fietReliefhave! 'earned'.GREENMOUNTAIN that Esch in a semi-final match. I ; Lookers Welcome Wt may tempt. II AHOPPE !f'I
The finals in the Cooper Con- i but never urge to>> buy
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\\ with Creen A s'r HM ATICCOMPOUND solation will also be played this Petoskey. Michigan, in the Summer 1 216 S. ORANGE
MountainAsthmatic bnnga afternoon as L. R. Heim meets W.j
welcome rebel front W. Lewis for first place honors.
asthmatic .
misery.On The scheduled with
sale at nearly all game Day-
drug store. Cigarettes tona on last Tuesday will be played -
Compound" 60*. Powder, as part of a doubleheader next
254 and $1.00. Cau- Tuesday. The Daytona bowlers
: 7faJz pzj tion: Use only a. I ANNOUNCEMENTIn
i directed. If yourdealercumotaupply will play here in Orlando at 10
: axn and then travel over to Mt.
xi,v order direct Dora for their regularly schedul-I ,
Write J. H. Gu.la; -d match with bowlers from that
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Art Mart ingtcn St. and O'Neal Arcades. I Page 16 ..rian a liinrtttng t'tnh1ir Thursday, February 20, !1947 The flag te placed on the right arm was considered more. hocr-.
The public !is invited. No charge I Ia Iop as th e p 1 ace o f h onor. lose puss h1 a b ly placed than the iei, or SDUQMARGARINE
heraldry the sword right ,
arm or arm
will be made.
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Opens HereOn Many prominent artists in Central

Florida and Orlando are entering r.i !
FridayOne this mart. Among them is >ent ntl= tat
Moses"who
the brother of "Grandma 9
is an artist from Sanford. He MOVES MERCHANDISE
of the outstanding eventsin
I will show some of his works and $ I
Orlando for the Winter season also one of his sister's paintings.Several Januarv Aerate: 4T.485
will be the Art Festival which will 'I cartoonists: are also sending I Hitbest ClrcnUtiom la Oar History" IV VlfpmlirforWled ,;
take place Friday and Saturday I in a number of their works.
I Even illustrators from The National -
from 9 am to 6 p.m. at the Wash- > r 4KK Self-Service
Magazine are exhibiting. Orlando Laundry
There will be artists illustrating 921 X. MILLS arc
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Off I during both days of the festival.
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Today is the deadline for en or
Dr. Leonadas A. Braboy, DDS tries. Those entering should con aS, x 4" M Clothes Off the line" D
DENTIST I tact Jenkins Dolive or H. Bern 9 \ '
'" Rest Chueb fct. UrUida. ruOffit ard Robinson. All students' works __ Ysh v t Use Our Automatic Dryers
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Oranges remember your :
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MODELING- TilE LATEST CREATIONS IN SPRING- EVENINCJ- Robert L. Ferran in a gold crepe dress with garland of gold sequin' : In following varieties j
WEAR, above,are members of the Junior League of Orlando. From left flowers over the right shoulder; Mrs. Glenn Spears in a black lace, IMPORTED STILE SWISS eI FAr
to right are: Mrs. Richard Walker in a black net off-the-shoulder t formal with tiered skirt; Mrs. Page Bussells in a strapless plaid gingham I I i GOLD-N-RICH :
Pepii-Cda Company.Long Hand City N.Y. gown;.Mrs. William Taylor In a black crepe with flounce at the bottom '! : Mrs. Waldo Hills in a gown of heavy white crash with prins I i i : BLl'E IN BILK ,
: Mrs. Robert L. Scott, in a beige dinner dress with cape effect hood and bolero: Mrs. Charles Sharp in a white chiffon trimmed i I BLfE IN U-LB. PRGS :
Franchised Bottler: Pepsi Cola Bottling Co., Orlando trimmed with beading: Met Campbell Thornal in a silk print dinner with gold dots: ; and Mrs. N. B. Broward 3d in a flame colored formal 4 SWISS AMERICA ,
dress of muted tones of purple, rose and green over brown; Mrs.{I I jersey with draped skirt and uneven hemline. I COLORED AMERICAN i
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with pleated effects, worn by Mrs.I[collar on cutaway jacket worn by pockets and cutaway Jacket'I ,
Junior League Asher Peter; a three-piece costume Mrs. William Taylor Jr.: a two- I modeled by Mrs. Campbell I I' OTHER \ARIETIFS AVMUBLE
suit of wool with.deep shawl I piece dotted crepe with pleated Thornal. :" .." ,,SHORILY. ,.,..,,: i
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for wear for almost
ite every occasion were modeled yes- .
1J terday by members of the Junior
League of.Orlando. when the
Yowell-Drew-Ivey Co. presentedits /11
Spring Style Show on the sec-
1dniJI ond floor of the store.
1 I As the attractive models dis-
1 played the latest creations of I
America's leading fashion designers -]H VACUUM-FRESH i:4:
the trio composed of Dorothy I j .
Morton Parks, piano: Katherine .
Courtney cello; and Pearl Mauk,I
r violin: played appropriate music!
to delight the large crowd in at-

tendance.Mrs. Kenneth J. Earth acted as I ,
fashion commentator to describethe I
fJa"rIT'S
following styles as well as I
Y re others: a balloon cloth frock with I
long torso trimmed with little-
girl bows, worn by Mrs. William .
Siemens 2d; a linen frock for,
Summer daytime wear, with'
flaired skirt and low-cut square'I I
neckline, modeled by Mi's. Wilson .
Green; a daytime frock of crepe '


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record $2 O.ooo business in 1848. i II I Closing Stock Quotations I II Stocks Again I .

I FLORIDA FRUITS |, DOW-JONES CLOSINO AVERAGES

L I KXW YORK UP) Closinastocks: M.... Mnh a.UM. Daily Citrus Auctions I. JACKSONVILLE (tAP The Federal !Slat! NEW YORK UP)
Market News Service early New _
PtIONI-then Hds. High tow LNt U York r- Stocks: 0... Mitll Law cioao Net Ch
I B&I4 LocO 23v, 23 23' act en Florida fruit* and vtsetsblecDemand
Ome ID f IU ACr-Brffl Mot : 1 9Vk I* I Bait A Ohio-== n 15'., 15's 15 ,: I IB.rasdal1 Turn Downward ORANGES and tradinc Usht markets, cen- 30 Ind. 181JS JS1.Si 1T9.SS ISO.78 off 1.15

< &0 nee Air Redaction: --'- 18 37 H :38ii 37 1 Oil 6 23% 23... I FIs,140 5td. ._.. Tan... orally dull. 20 Rails 51.28 51.37 SO." S1.81 Off 9.43
___ 11 17'16% 5.. __. Wtreb4 UId 5.1' CaUf. 4/5 B. .
AirCl
I 8% S (4 I% Bu Snap beans bushels few sales Valentines .
) zat Alaska Junea --- ..... IS Wills 37.25 3T.4S 36 9S 37.28 Off 8.84
A"Ia' I 31" 3H. 23..1 I
,r,, FINANCE COMPANY I AEsehsny Corp _- 17 S 4% I BeDdIz Beet Pooda I 2S 24.... '' STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT CITY-Market trn Can A.. Cart ft* Can A. C.n.. Car' ,. Best condition 00-8 a 50.SO-S snanr 00. few.poorer 5.50.qualitr plentiful and 6S at.... 15." SS..$ SS.88 6S.4S off 9.48

Alice Lud Stl -. 2 47 461 47 I Beth Steel ___ 12 96V., .5.... MEW YORK AP) Sale. .. clown* price I New York City Cover) __ __. S2 3 00 15 382 17 5 22a 3 251 very few 8 50-., 00. many poorer quality .ends: Cloao Net CM.
Chem D7t I 171 1'15 175 __ Boston lower 1 4.38 5 3 5 19
Blaw-Knox 7 19'19 19IBoeing n 3.69 6 3 52 40 Bonds __ 10465 v.1.03
and net f 1.00-100. few
rai. rAt change the 15 no.t active and condition 550.
If !: Ave. TeL 1-JtU -C1 Mfg 7 3131'. ". 37J Alrplano __ :27 22*. 21 Mi 22 I stocks yetterday- I,, Ptttsbortn flower) __ 4 3 38 ? ... 44 14t. 1 2 88 Cabbait SO pounds sacks domestic round 19 1st Rails uuuu_ 112 09 Off 8.08
Am Airline 78 10 nn
Am C ':ale Had .13 7 Ir.I "" i I Bert-Warner 7 41l. 46 H 47 |I NY Central 12._ 2OV I.. I Chicago (low __ 5 2 93 ___ 8 4 84c 1 182 some small .80-1 23. 1.., bushel hampers 10 Ut,'. .- __. 107.54 Off 6 OS
$
Am & -- 3 Si: E I Branltt Alrw __ 8 12% 12V, 124 a cony Vac 11.10O 14V, .,.. I St. Lotus steady) ____ 2 331 __ 4377 red type few 2.75. 10 led T104.T6 Off 6.Oitture
r Pd, ._ % I IAm Cincinnati ____ 6 __ 1 4 36d 1
Ala n Bnln WII 8 31 30% 30 I Am Pow .. Lt 1O.70O 1C V I lower 3 13 ? 2.28 Celery 14 inch crates Goldenheart fair Tranaati.la in .toc" ua.d i. aease
400 & Per Po.. ._ __ 3 ,. 23&6 73V4'Ai 4 I Budd Co __ 39 141... 13'. 14*. Comwlth 4> Sou 1O.7OO :3-*w*no. I Detroit lower! u_ _.._ __ 3 3 45 ___ __ S 4 82 t* food quality 4 dozen S 75-7 00. 6 dozes ,.t.nt.-e..u.tro.l.. 71.aoo: r.... 55990 .-
Am&rP2Pf- 234 Bulova Watch __ S 35&. 3535** ltd. Om & Cl S4 H Baltimore lower) -- -- -- -- 13ao IS 34 so. dozen 7aOO.. ut.II'.. 17.total 184.491.
,7OO 35 Va. 4 o-6 I 10 dozeS 3 4O- :
Locomotive IS 28 1. 2", 211V. I Borlinc Mills 38 22 Va 21 21V. Totals --- _-:.:.-= =:.:__ 1433 80314213.2247485 72.41
Am Woolen '.501 4SVx V 550. XX'S 3 0Q-4 00.
Doors and Windows Am mBadkStS Pow I* _.107 3$xd 1 18H.H 16V.IS* 18 16iAm i Burr Add Mach 17 15'. 15 Vs' 131'. Sunray Oil S.1OO 1 t*.* Market term: Irregular; b-strong: c-bteher: d-.steady.ORAPtFRUIT Celery cabbase 18 quart baskets .9O-1 00
I I C Colum Oat 4V El 8.900 11V. no. I.epl.a'; bushels few 4 00. many poorer
Roll Mill __n__ 17 36 35" 36 I Calif Packlnc h__ I 29V 29*. 29.. { C.. Pub Util '.&00 1SV. no.Reltubhe tSoododf I quality and condt_.M Z.CC: ** An
/ Am Smelt R ? 5S 68V. S8J4AmEUFdrs Caliahan Z-Lrad S 3% 3V4 3H I Florida Ind Rr
__ ll I Stl I.SOO 30 14. Peppers bushel California Wonders -zr
| Just received at --_ 3511 3SV 35 V Can Dry 0 Ale ... 26 18*. 18%' 18*. Am Airlines 7._ 1O... plus V.. Btd. Boxes Wlrebd. Boxes small SOO-flPO. few one mark 7 00. fair ,) ::'.nature.furu- ,
Am Sussr Ref _- 7 43 43 43 Canad Pacific ___n" 15 14'. 15 O.n SHotor 7OO .2Vx IV*. Cart Lv. Car ,. Cur. ,. quality 3.SC-4 50. other Bullnose types or wf No
Am Tel Tel ___ 23 172"% 1714 112 Carrier Corp 12 19Vi 18*. 184 Penn RR 7.400 25 .. t/fc. New York Cl y lower ______ __ 1 2.Ofl 1 3 89 5 00.4.00.erp few 6 50 poorer quality J Pr
Am Tob B ___ 2 78*. 78S 18' Cue (n) Co ___ 3 37 37 37 Unit Mer .V M 7.zoo lt*- V*. Boston ( ...... ... ...__ ? _- --" _.. Itw 286PltUbana 300-400. Italianelles 400450. Anaheim. co-slgnera. required. .l'SolJ
a' JACOBS LUMBER Am Viscose ___- I S2H. 81H Jljs :. Caterpil Tractor 1 81*. 81*. 81*. I ICelaneso j ,r- r .-_-.----- __ ___ __ ___ few 2.77pot. Loan 'u Ol
Am Wsl Wk 28 181. 17H. 1'1.J. : Cleveland __ I made In IVLlI'r, .s
Corp 13 20% 20 20". I, : 50 pounds _
to* sacks Bliss
NEW YORK ---- - -- triumphs
rAP Stocks took ,
Am Woolen __ M 48*. 44%. 45 J4Anaconda I r-oundrr I 12a 12V4 12 V a Chicago Tkt OCIJ
cna/
Cent --- > --- -- I US Onefew 250-275
& SUPPLY CO. Cop 37 41 44 V. 40.Vt I Cerro de Pas _____ 2 33 33 33 swift slide in the second hour ofyesterday's St. Louis ______ -- -------- =-= -- --- atrawberries per pint 3038.. mostl + FINANCE CO.
Armour Co _- 31 13 13*. 13% Certain Teed Prod 23 19% If*. 19V4. market and achieved CincinnatiDetroit __________- __________ ___ __ h_ __ ___ J4- 38 poor low at 10 24 S. Oraa e Ave. Pkone I-J1U
Aud Dry Good 10 19 Va ..*. 1 VAtch Ohio 29 S2V *. __________ ,. _
DeLand. T &; 8 P -.8 '3'. *2V. .3 1 Ch HWokll & Pae .- 3$ 13V.* nf f % only slight rebounds from their TotaU :===u := :: :::? _? ? -1 206i 3.69 -- i: _

All Coast Line __ 7 37 66 56 CM NW ...,_ 37 2726 27 GRAPEFRUIT
h lows in slow dealings thereafter. I .
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: All Relinlnc 6xd36t. 36Atlas 36 : : -v--
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First Come First Served ,Chrysler Corp 40 102, 101 101 (Seedless) I
rEorP ..-.7 JSVi ISV. 25VAvisUon 1COULDN'T ,CXT. Pinan 3 46'. 4Se 48'. : Rubbers, motors, steels and rails CITY-Market Term Ind. ftv. Teras I Iltd.
30 S's 6% I Coca-Cola: __== 2 184 184 184 losers. .30 xet Wlrebd Boxes B"t I
principal Closing
I CoUate-Palm-P 15 49 ft 48 Vi 49'Vicol were New York City Cower ___ -SS 15 -11 5 2.16
Fuel ir __ 82 is 15*. 18 i iColum I prices were generally fractions to Boston unchanted) ________ ?. 2 215 few 3.94 'RUPTURE:
0 & E eo 11*. 111'. 11% I more than a point off. with extreme Pittsburgh __________- __ _u __ ... 1' 272
Com Credit __ 10 45 44% 444 Cleveland _____________ T---r..r- __ ._ __ ___ 5 2 40
ASK TO FEEL Coml Solvents 17 24*. 23',. 24 S 1 1Comwlth declines ranging to as muchas Chlcato _______________ __. ___ 1182 __ __ 52 15
Edis _=.= 14 31'. 31*. 31'. i 3 points. : St. Louis ____________ ._.-, ___ __ --- ? 4 184
Comwlth South ..I07 34 3% 3% Cincinnati __________ ___ .. _u .. .. 6 2 111 1 Ruptured persons who have been delaying treatment or those wearing
_ Cons Edison 38 284 28*. 28'l''. The Associated Press 60stockcomposite : Detroit __________________ __ ___ __ u_ __ ... 5 266 unsatisfactory s Investigate this most uusual of all truesses-the i
Cons Vultee .=___. 24 17 V4 184 17% dipped .5 of a point to I' Totals _--__--_____--________ __ ___ 10 2.59 15 4.11 31 238 BULBLESS BELTLES3. STRAPLESS DOBBS TRUSS. Its. PATENTED
Cent Bat _____ 11 19V 19*. 19*. CONCAVE PAD li designed to hold exactly like your hand automatically '
BETTER SAYS GEIGER Cost Can ___ 9 43T. 43H. 43% :, 67.5 its lowest level since Jan. i adjusts itself to every position and gives AMAZING COMFORT and HOLDING .
Cont Motors 31 12 11'. 11% 31. Of 1,020 issues registering in a and Citrus I POWER. It Is simple washable and snaps on and off as easily a.I .
Cont Oil Del ____ 8 38>4 38*. 38*. I i Eggs Poultry Report i
fixed screwed on rounded padsit
Com Kxchance _180 59 58V4 11.I broad market. 644 declined and 173 your hat. Inlike the old st>le trusses with
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... Corn Products' .-.. 5 734 72 72Crane advanced. Total transactions of I JACKSONVILLE CAP) These etc and live CAItLOT SHIPMENTS REPORTCD FORTies WILL NOT force the muscles farther apart enlarging the rupture but
___ U.S. FOil TUESDAY I II i I gently draw the rupture opening together. GIVING NATURE A CHANCE
Co 8 39% 384 39 poultry quotations art Jobbers' artrstt I ICommodit"
Relieved Tar Crucible Steel u u__ 10 35V,. 35 35 Vi .I. 980,000 shares compared with 870- selling price I Fl..' calCars, e...ea...total TO REPAIR. Individually I fitted, reasonably priced. Designed for men
ftefonga Promptly couldn't take a deep breath. Many ]Curtia Publisha- 18 11V, JIVa 11' 000 yesterday. > Florida nearby fresh Pee: Florida or : total! C.I. A..I La. Tes.'GndOrange p. women and children. I. O. Taylor 19 Yeats w.th; the Dobbs Trass rt. Florida,.
.>. 6 8 u.s. trades minimum weights. -. f 5 3311 231 260 I I Office 19 to 12 A.M. 2 P.M. 12 Carolina Orlando.I ,
nights I hardly slept an hour. I Cutriss-WrUht 35 Short interest on the New York per case: I I open Saturdays ; to
131.
ment From Acid Indigestion And Cutler-Hammer 1 29 Va 29 Vi 29 .1. Jumbo 52 Ibs.. extra large 48 34.. Isrgs ,Or.pefrult / 11 41 I 1321 ;
had to take a harsh laxative almost 0Deer. Exchange on Feb. 14 was at its 'aId 45 Ibs. medium 40 Ibs. small 34 Ibs. Wind citrus 1 4. I 251 211 -:- -:- : :

He Can Eat Heartily Now States Co __n__ 18 39% 39 39 highest level in a year, totaling minimum weights. per dosen as shown beta VDreported-Peb. 11: .California. 5 or-
every day for constipationbut ___ i ansrs: Texas 1 oranges.ylorda ,.. ,
Del A Hudson 3 43 43 43 I ,,, '. .un.wnw,.'.u fz24.Hour
Del Lack A West 13 9*. .li I'. 1,046,797 chares, according to the wAll sales to mailers. track movement-none I 'd
still miserably from --
X suffered
Well.f lown Resident. Wishes Detroit Xdlson 17 26% 26Va' 26% report issued after the close of the 'I Ere market about steady on Florida I SUMMARY THE OF PASSINGS GATEWAYS THROUGH
FLORIDA
muscular aches and my celor Dlst Corp-Seat = 25 19*. 19 19 Vj I nearby whit,.. I
I
market. The increase of
248,716shares :, Including: diversions at Savannah and Systems Installed
As He Did Douslaa Aircraft 3 on'raon 71 I Net Wt.CUr.MkV Service
Everyone Suffering looked almost since Jan. 15 the Grade A Per Dot. Per D Atlanta lor :24-bour period ending 6am.East .: 0
as yellow as a pump Dresser Indus 8 21% 20 4i 20Hdufont was largest <: & West South Since U3Z I.4nywhere

Knew Aboot Retonga. kin. I lost weight and felt so de M 8 112*. 191Va I Ia Iasitera i, rise In any month since April Large Medium ___ 24 21 01SS os ..48'Sm.1I ']I Oraniet hn_ 8 4 __ ______
--:-- ---::
i AIr L 24 20" 1I% 1112&,1, 29, 1938. I I i _______ =____ 18 ox .41 !' Mixed citrus 2 T.t"1
weakened I could hardly walk a I I Total bpld. II a rt ve.terda
Eutm.a Kodak 1 230. 230'. 1 American Telephone whose directors 'I Extra lane .- ----: -- -- 26 os op .58 cars -
from YARD AND
"I efferedsucbtorment PASSINGS POTOMAC
block. El Power Lt _n 32 19'. 18'. 19 I I i Producers salet to wholesalers generallyi
Emerson .. 11 15 14% IS [ declared the usual $2.25 j two cents. less per doien.i INGS AND DIVERSIONS AT
add that sometimes it i
indigestion .
-I z.ek.-: for 24-hour period endint Sam Testerdai;
Eng Pub ..58 33 32% 32',.1 I quarterly dividend moved narrowly I i Producer sales direct to consumers:
ee me< couldn't stand it -Retonga promptly relieved all ,Erie RR 25 11% 11'. 11... Grade A Per Dos in Cartons [ Tan- I
:Ii any I this distress. I now eat heartily F Un i, and closed at 172, off 1-4. Wider i Large __u______________ 24 ox .60 I Or- 'SrapoB r- Miaodanoos
longer.] but thanks to Retonga Snow have and feel ?.rn.TrI&Rsd 8 11.%. 8'', 8% slides were registered by U. S. Medium u______________ 21 ox .54 fruit in.,CitrusCincinnati :
( regained my weight I ____ __ l 1
T 59 Sm.U 18 os .48 ----
Firestone & an. % 5814 5914
eat anything I want and I 'so good I want to be doing something I FUntkote nn_ 5 35% 35 35%. I! Rubber down 1 1-2 at 56 3-4; 'Extra large u __-__-_____ 26 ox tip 65 New York CUT 10 1 1 1 :

couldn't ask to feel better." gratefully I all the time. Even constipation .--I Florida Pow I 16% 16% 16% I{ Goodrich. off 1 at 70; U. S. Steel. quality per pound: 1 Pittsburth Philadelphia 2 1 _n_ I I
I
G 1 at 76 1-8: Santa Fe. 1 at 93; U. S. : PRODUCERS '
declares Mr.James K. Geiger is relieved. I wish everyone I II Gen Elee 40 38% 38% 38% ; i Sales to retailers Sales to Consumers Washington DC. 1
I! suffering as I did knew about Re- Gen Foods :==-= 7 42 41. 42 Gypsum, 3 at 103; American Can, 1 Live Dres'd Live DreadFlorida Held for reronslcnment.. rotomsc Yard.
well-known retired farmer of I, ,Gea Motors --- 78 63% 61'. 62% 1 1 1-8 at 92 3-8. and Texas Co.. r a Lied & Dra'n & Dra'n Bam. jesterdaj-none
: tonga. ;Gen Pub DID ==... 86 16% 16 16% 1 1-2 Fryers 2-3 lbs .33 .52 .40 .60 -- -
at 58 1-2.
Other losers Included
_ _ Route 1. Jasper Fla. i Retonga Is intended to relieve Gillette Saf R _h_ 8 30% 30 30 Broilers under '
"I didn't care if mealtime never 1 I Goodrich distress due to insufficient flow of Goodyear T & R .34 59% 58% 59%. Rail r 0 a d. Bethlehem Hens heavy breeds' 28 48 39 .55 m
came." continued Mr. Greiger. digestive juices in the stomach Graham-Paige Mot 52 5% 5 5% i!I Hens light breeds .24 .41 .31 .47
i Gt Northn Ry PI 5 47% 47 47% '! Chrysler Kennecott North American Old roosters .19 JO ..243S
'When I forced myself to eat I loss of appetite Vitamin B-l deficiency I Greyhound CorB .. 31 34% 34 34%. l Allied Chemical, Union Carbide I I New York dressed feathers off and bed:
and constipation. Accept no I., Gram Airc .. S 26% 28% 26 Fryers and broilers to retailers ..42 to consumers will give
often felt as if I had swallowed Gulf Mob &EO\10 22 13% 13 13 .1 I General Electric. StandardOil 49.
substitute. be obtained -
Retonga may Gulf Oil __uu 23 62 61V. 61% (INJ.l and Air Reduction. Sales to wholesalers by producers ten-
coals of fire and pressure'aometimea
gas at Emiich's Orlando Phar- Orally two cents' per pound lower for live
was so powerful I macy.-Adv.DON'T I H.rtM Srh & M u__ 3 37% 37% 37% I I: Johns-Manville climbed 3 points weight. you a
- Hayes Mfg n___ 19 7% 7%. 7% | to 132 1-2 after announcement of
I Hemestake MIa ___ 15 40 3t'. 40 : 3-for-l liftcial
a proposed stock
split Sanford Farmer's Market
Houston Oil 20 20% 20 20% ,; ,
Hudson Motor == 18 19V. 19 1923inoi Public Service of N. J. was up f rac-

I I ., Vonally on a raised dividend, while | The following prices reported by BRINGS NATURAL GAS
Central __ 57 29% 28%. 28Interiake % the dealers on the Sanford State
COVER UP A Iron un 12 12% 12% 12%. American Airlines and Glenn Mar-
Ins Harvester __.___ 12 79%. 78% 79 tin also scored narrow advances. Farmers' Market for produce sold

lot lot Piper Nick C.a______n 43 38 49'34'.... 3.48'. 3.49% Bonds slipped. Cotton at New to truckers and dealers up to 12:01: :; TO YOUR HOME OR BUSINESSFor

POOR COMPLEXION lD' Tel" Tel 611 16'. 161'. 1614Johns.ManviIIe York closed 25 cents to $1.10 a a-m. Feb. 20 1947.

I I bale higher. At Beans, green-bu hpr. 5006.00
Chicago wheat
__ 13 133 12914. 13214Jose. was COMPARE OUR RATES
& L 811 21 37% 36% 37% !12 1-4 cents a bushel lower to 3 1-4 Beans Llmas-bu. hpr. $5.00-6.00 $"

KKan cents higher corn off 5-8 to 70 1-2 Beets-doz. bun. $0.85-1.00 CaCti .tIIlyp..u I 5
I City South ... 13 :27% 25%. 26%. ','coil to I
i, Kennecott Cop n__ 57 48'. 47% 47% and oats down 1-2 to ahead 7-8. I, Beets-bu.hpr. $1.50 GET 15.... 12 Me$.. FASTER COOKING

Kroger L Co nnu_ 3 48'. 47'. 4H.Ladede Softer spots in the curb were Cabbage-5Q lb. sx. .. ... $0.85-1.15 $100 $ 7.78 S 9.46

Gat _un_ 12 6% 6'% 6%. Textron Niles Bement Pond, Carrots-doz. bun. ___ $0.70-0.80 $150 11.67 14.18 5300 SILENT SERVEL REFRIGERATION

Lettish CAN _h_ 25 11% 11"% 11% American Cyanamid Cities Serv Cauliflower crate ...... $2.75-3.00 I
,. __ $200 5.47 1881
Ubb McN A L 8 10 10'. 1014.
Liggett A My B __ 1 9O 90 90 ice. Fansteel and United light. Celery-crate ___...... $5.00-5.85 I $300 22 85 27.87 Olt MOlt' ECONOMICAL WATER HEATING
Lockheed Airc 22 19% 18% 19 I Middle West Corp. and American
u i Collards-doz. bun. ___.. 0851.00 ,
Loe..'. Auto
Inc 36 26 25 25 '
Uh % % Gas & Electric
Lorillard (F) -. 0 20% 20% 2014Mack I were resistant. Eggplant-bu. hpr. $2.00-3.00 "Pron '. csevasi..I CLEAN SPACE HEATING
M Turnover here was 310,000 shares: kidty.rvk. Personal
I Lettuce-crate-dry: pk. 3504.00
Trucks u__ SS 54 54%. against 270,000 Tuesday.
I Mscy RH> ___ 3 39% 39% 39% crate, ice pack $4.00-425 I
Marine Midland 2 8'. 8% 8%
Marshall Field 7 33% 33'. 33% Onions-doz. bun. ___. $0.75-0 I

Martin Mid-Coat(OU Pet _,___ 4 2 36 33% 33 lIla'. 35 33%% Safenay S Stores ___ 24 22'. 22%', 22'. Peppers-bu. hpr. ...... $5.50-6.00 .tJ oLCJeJ'1W f !: !:ral Gas and Appliance Co.

Mo-KaB-T. -._ 6 7% 7 7% Savage Arm. 1 10'. 10'. 10% Potatoes Red Bliss I .9RPOHATCO _
Monttom Ward __ 22 61% 6O% 61% Sears Srhenley Roebuck Distil ===_ 56 65 461. 46 46% j I' 50 lb. EX. As $2.85-3.00 ORLANDO SANFORD

Murray NNsshKeIio&tor Corp 8 14% 14V. 14% Servel Inc -- 16 38 15% 37 15% 371 15 s I commercials $05-1.50 537 N. Orange Ave. 1249 N. Orange Ave. Fla. State Bank Bid*.

__ Shell TJnion Oil = 37 29 283. 29 Phone 4678 Phone 1252NOMILDEWOR"MOSS"at
SO. 18V. 18% 18% Simmons Co .__ Sweet Potatoes bu. hpr. 2252.50
12
394's 3139% Phone 7181
Nit Airlines 33 14 13'. 13'.
,Nat Auto Fib hUo.____ 15 13% 13'. 13% Sinclair Oil _h_ 30 15% 15% 15%. Tomatoes-40 lb. crate $7.00-8 03:
Nat Biscuit 13 32: % 32 Socony-Yacuum _. 103 14'. 14'% 14 ..
un % 32: % Turnips-doz. bun. $1.00-120
Nat Can ________ 4 12'. 12% 12'. Sou Am 0 Ac P ___ 13 44. 4<.-t 414 i I --
Nat Cash Ret ___ 6 39 38 38 Sou Cal Edison _.. 12 34 33 33'. : Turnips-bu. hpr. $1.00-125
Nat Dairy Prod __ 12 34% 33%. 33%. Southern Pacific n.39 4514. 444 454 -
Nat Distillers ___ 63 22 21% 21'. Southern Ry ._ 20 46% 45Va 46
Bat Gypsum ___n__ 16 23% 23% 23% Sparks Within .h 9 7% 7 7 .I S-t?!? | "?ns On
Let {be famDus'medicated Mat Lrsd _______ 12 33 32: % 33 Sperry Corp _u__ 33 22% 22% 22 F- I
creamthat's Nat Pow A Lt un 34 1% 1'", 1.%. Spiegel Inc __u_ 15 16 15% 15%
Nehi Corp __n_ 4 24', 23'. 23'. Stand Brands uu_ 11 36% 35% 36 Re*! E"' 'r.
Stand Oil Cal 24 55'. 644 55 -
Newport Indust 2 30% 30''% 30% hU
aided thousands NY Central RR __ 123 20 Va 20 20V. Stand Oil Ind __o. 20 40 39% 40 ,
II
NTCbI&SSLP5; 3 9144 90 90 Stand Oil NJ _u__ 42 66% 65% (itil%,
No Am Arlation _.. 10 10% lOvi 10V. Stand Oil Ohls _h_ 21 27'. 27.. 27.. Get money qaickly on your
help improve complexion North Amer Co __ 48 31% 31 31 I old 8tl Bpr __u__ 15 16'. 16', 16%. house-no red tape. Loans
your Northern Pscilio: 27 21'. 20 Va 214.Ohio Sterling Drug 3 46% 46% 46% I
O Stokely-Van Camp 18 22 21% 22 'made in Orange Seminole and
oa _nh____ 26 22% 22'22..... Stone & Webater .. 8 16 15% 15%
Don't let heal
a poor complexion externally-caused skin Omnibus ____u_ 3 12 12 12 Studebaker Corp _.. 32 23% 23V. 23% Osrrola( Counties.FIOleida.
cheat you of fun! Don't merely blemishes. Otis Elerstor _____ 13 33i? 33 33% Sunray Oil n.l 91, 9'. 9*..
Owens-Ill 01... __ 9 18 77 77 Va Sunshine Mug u__ 10 12'. 11% 12...
"cover op" a skin that's rough- TRIAL OFFERTTrjihis famous p Swift it Co hU_ 15 36% 36 36"Tn. Vi Credit&INVCSTMENTCO.
Pae Gas ft nee ... I 41 V!. 41 41% T TRUE BEAUTY!
looking or marred by arer.n&11yCU3e4' cream now-while you get the P.e Tin Cons .___n 9 61'. 6% 64. .. Co- n_ 12 59'4 58%. 58V :- .
Packard Motor 65 sd 7V. .7 7 Texas Gulf Sulph __ 4 52'. 52% $2%
blemishes! Do as regular 351 jar for only 231. Pan Am :_ Tea Pae C & 0 43 21"I'a 27% i
Alrwajs 69 13 Vj 13 13 Vk ;
millions/of! woman do-let At Over Param Pictures __. 47 29% 283. 29 Tea: P.c L Trust _. 20 19% 13% 11"'. 21 W PINE ST ROOM 1Lf.L---: ... LAST A LIFE TIME!
any drug counter. P.rk Ut.h Con U 2 3% 3% 3% Tido Wat A Oil h_ 9 19*. 19... 19'. I.. .*sir'.a, cot .! Craa fist* I .
Noxzema nurse Jour skin. 20,000,000 jars bought yearly. Parke Davis __ ____ 5 40 39'. 40 Trans-America 12 14'. 14 14 [ I r- ...1....'....., :,...""" ::::=....I- II I--
Patina Mine ___ 7 88% 88'. 88 Vi Trans & West Air 14 20% 20% 204 :::;;
Discovered/ by ,Hurt**. Nurses SPECIAL OFFER Penney UC> ------ 12 46% 45% 46 Tri-Cont Corp' ___ 6 7'. 7% 7% -- :: ::-- ... I-- NOT A SUBSTITUTE!
Penn-Cent Alrl ... 14 13% 12% 13% I T..eDJ C-Pox __n 27 37 36''% 37 I A .-
i
first discovered how Noxzema Penn RR __ __ 74 25 i -
3.SCIIZI0NLT % 25% 25V. See Us B S 'ou IU II -
Skin Pepsi-Cola ______ 49 30V4 29% 30% Union Bag P _. 16 33% 32%. 33% i
Cream helped soften and Pflser.! Chas A Co 2 58 87'% 58 Union Carbide u__ 38.8 97% 97% I ", 1:1: II '-
I whiten red rough hands. Now 'Phelps Dodge un.. 29 42% 41% 42% Union Oil Cal ____ 7 21% 21&. 21% I
:1 I Phila Elw ____ 31 25... 2SV. 25.... 1 Union Pacific ;nu 4 131% 130% 130% f -
thousands of women rely on Phllco Corp n__ 24 30 29% 30 United Aircraft ____ 8 18% 18', 18% -
Philip Morris United Corp __... 50 4 3'4
Un 22 371;,. 37% 37"4. i
this famous cream not only for Phillips Pet __ 8 S6% 56 58% United Fruit __u 23 50 49'. 49% BUYURN
,.,..tea nn United Gas Imp __. 2 23% 23'. 23 ftIJ : -
their hands but for their Pressed SU Car 31 15 144 15 % :
complexion : Procter ft; G.m .._ 1 63% 63% 634 Unit-Rex Drug __.. 36 11 10% 10% D'H l) U
*!la medicated formula Pub Soc NJ ______ 42 24'. 24% 24% US Gypsum __.. 13 1054 103 103 I I -
Pullman _h__ 10 80 S8V. 58 '. US Indust Chem ___ 4 51'. 51V. 51% c L- _
helps smooth and soften rough, Pure Oil 15 23% 23 V4 23*,. US Rubber .hnn 8 57'. 56V 56% Real Estate L- r- r- Ii
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US Steel aun 44 76'. 75V 76V.iWiIworth -= 1- '" r- -'- ,
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Page. 18 (. r -n: n f (inn.!;) sr.iitarl Thursday, February 20, 1947 U..r 0-VROING HOUSE

Judge Hands Nine Members

-- STEVE WCXJLP 8t GOOD IDEA? WHATS THIS'COVENTRY MEANWHILE... YE5Mi54 CALNOON, WHAT\ ARE yO COOKlNl, UP NOr E.'\ou KNOW HOW svi u.

AND HAVE MXSHTY UPSET IF J WtECK... I THiNK WE DID! urm" THAT RED PAUJT U( WAS WHEN VM& DlDMT NAVELEANDERt

3 KROON I'LL T1Y R Ib BRArJUN'1 HE THOB6HT W5 SOCKED BREA1: SUCKER 1 THERE'S Ar I CREW CANOED UP\WM TIME TO OUTHflHTlN' CANYON...WE FOUND Out SentencesPaul GOT AM ARTISTS: BQL1SFl XPIKE'S MEASLeS? Cited
THINK! 'ate ARE MDU GO\NT TO Vl :LL rM GONNA by Legion"Century
LITTIrs IUM LN GETTER WAY HV TDONEONJI) IF OU THINK MY LOCAL PLANTATION \ SLAP ON
1nliDDEIZ./ 'fYVOt TO HANDLE J OLHOOftf BOE700MW NOW,CALM Yc*, CANE JUST IN TIME f'AAn'A SUNSET :t
irIT
Z t HIM I LETS PUT HIM W DCNaI.Y! M IN C. Green, alias Robert QUARANTINE Citations," in recognition -
COVENTRY..
Bush 21. yesterday was sentencedto f ( of 100 or more members obtained -

v one year in the county jail on for the American Legion
rf
< i t a grand larceny charge after entering were presented nine members of

1 s ''rte. d CAlllOONktat I a guilty plea in Criminal the Orlando Memorial. Post 19,
1 s .- r Court. last night

> C I Ii r I Green alias Bush, admitted Awarded by the department of

a.d 1 '' having removed clothing and bag- Florida the citations were pre-
l i w 1' { ,! : z j IIAH gage valued at $182 from a local q sented by Commander M. W.
/ { firl hotel room. Wells to the following: J. L. Bur

'rsr I I Three cases involving a grand a.f gess, Bob Caton Earl Albertson.
S. J. Jermgan L. T. Jermgan W.
larceny charge and two petit larceny -

ateI 49Sr counts against Steve Great- ,,, ,l G. Smith C. R. Coffin H. Oft.
I Harbin
and
-- rakas and Amos Vaughn were de- Harry Stunnell .

TREK; NICE OP K TO rfL ME Ails i ferred due to the failure of Great- ill I It was announced that the
THEM D? MOW YOO CAN TERZ L. iOY MEETS rakes to appear in court and ? I next meeting of the post would
SO!K R>:TU NUi6. OILLJI45Sq, 06 THE OTkEe IULFOMTTrlN GIRL. 'r r Judge W M. Murphy suspended ,+ be held Mar. 1%. at which nomi-
NO S4NDNUKST:.. TIg515AN CIDr t7Fl17UR IrOVND TRl? si nations for
post officers for
the
imposition of sentence :
Q D5 616 ONE 2 Fit1ENR ME AND TIG/rT. t a1 on Vaughn :i :
\ coming year would be
1 k' G4NDuu cr IIAD who pleaded guilty.It : made.

4 M sic I IyIFFER!NCE CFr. e r rfv was ordered that a capais be ?''Hl I
,
,z OPWCN Td SETTLE k issued and a $500 bond be set r-. ,

E in the case of Willie C. Caston, i I40w2ON CfnTRA f1ORIDASr
t v : Ja \
2. Apopka Negro charged with man- I --
i slaughter in the death of his wife 210 Wfi U. I aOJ

C { 'A- } if who allegedly died of knife wounds !
2-: inflicted by Caston.
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Clyde R. Buskirk was sentencedto .

Sa pay a fine of $50 and costs or

;,rrt, raL t ts i i iI spend passing 30 days worthless in jail checks.on chargesof Amendment AdoptedOn IiiipI.

J I I .p Harold C. Buchanan charged
w 1 with grand larceny was sentencedto BARNEY BARNES

six months in jail. Liquor Ordinance THE QUESTIONDo

.-.tT OLE STANLEY ST. tAMER BIN 'AM FEU TH' STANLEY STEAMER DONE SAVED Eight other defendants charged i I. you think Russia has the

A-ROAFUN' AU. 1XOOND DOSPATCH.. MMAMSELF GOIN EVRY CRITTER IN DOGPATCH f with drunken driving and drunk- I I bomb sent
POUR] 4' NOT UL-6NIN' STANLEY EN eness were assessed fines An amendment to the city's liquor ordinance designedto
YO'GOT
SMACK INTO EV'EiYBODT'5 THET (dog ) OH, BLESS YORE IRON HIDE totaling; THE ANSWERSJack
,STEAM PACKS ." WaNDIFUi_ f A HEART O' SOLD fff $250 by Judge Murphy. !i regulate the number and location of venders.of alco- I Laustrr. furniture sales-

H STANLEY TYPE holic beverages was adopted by City Council yesterday.The .
STEAM R1svIvLDfr -I COURT HOUSE RECORDS I man. Winter Park: "No. I do not

J i c' H 1. rI Johnnie Marritg Tuble Powell Application packing henx. amendment repealed two previous amendments believe they have the secret,. be-

a ))1x WInter O.rdeD. and MIa Catherine Butu- which were incorporated with new provisions as a part ofWinter cause of the con-
19 Winter Garden. ditions that have
,the amendment.
Suit In Chancery i I tel( new
= o Louise K. Brewer n. Joseph Jackson I I IBrevities Applicants will be required to existed in Russia
C Brewer dlY.CODDeD I give detailed information as to since Communism -
t: diT Lorene West TI Hath Lee West i| Park location method of conducting the has been in

.' Pbebe Ann Copes .a. William George business and show compliancewith force. Russia has
.
Copes dn.First *
ji y r laws had a way of liquidating -
Fed. SIT and Loan Assn. to Tim city zoning and building
Scott et nz (cl mtg.Insteuo.nts. i I ( ode. generals
Filed and scientistsnot
Martin Alexander Parsons et ax to First Appointments for four city com-
Fed. SET and Loan Assn tote S8.800. I By MARGARET GREENE mittees were approved as follows: toeing the
.. -- Juanlta K. Moore to Martin Alexander Board of Barber Examiners- mark and producing -
"'! 'r +'w Pardons et uz wd $10 WINTER PARK-The SRO sign
Independent Life and Accident Ins. Co. I J. C. Keith John Todd Joe results.
.. to Edna L. Harra et al pan rel mtc hangs out at Rollins-all perform- Wheeler, A. L. Dickinson and O. Some people havecompared
MV HAT AND COAT POUND YOURVEAH NURSE AND AT THE RESORT MOTEL. *1.400. "
Albert E. Schultx et ax to Rosa Dorseher ances of "Mark Twain, the Animated I W. HarrelL I the Lauster
NEUL.ru. BE GO- ILL DO THAT NEAR A WINTER RESORT: CLOTHES GOING -TO [TONIGHT is ICE CARNIVAl.NIGII"f. \ mta $2000 Magazines and other I Park Board-Lloyd Gahr. chair- United States and Russia from an
A SKATING AND SKIING JCET -A. J. Lawrence Duke et ax:: to James D.
iNG. MR.TRACYM1STY- BUT, MR. UP AND WERE RAFFLINGOFF Wettstein et ax wd $10 events. Only cancellations will I|!man: Mrs. Claude Wolfe Mrs. W industrial viewpoint when really
PLACE EH?? MR. CYLITTLE.. A NEW: CAR. WOULD / Howard J. Alberty et ox:: to William J. D. Roberts Mrs. Wayne Cooper there is no comparison. Russia did
I HOPE SOME / SOME DAY. INFLUENCE: I Sweeney wd $10 make seats availAble. j and Howard Lindsey. not have decent war machines until -
DAY VOUlLTELLfANO THANKS WONDER, ?? 3, $ YOU GENTLEMEN: CARE TO j laugh Citizens am. Bank TituSTille to Jesse V. Als- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson!: of I IMontrlair Recreation Board Tom Star- we furnished them."

ME HOW YOUR R R RETIAN- 1 a \ BUY SOME CHANCES I J C. Bradley et ux:: to David O. Rosset N J. are guests of Mr. I ;ling, chairman: Walter Hudson, *

o HAT AND COAT \ ING THEM I"" i '- n!. i Angebilt ax wd 110.i Holding. Co. to Sarah Frances and Mrs. Ravmond Greene He is i Grady Cooksee, Jack Browningand Mrs. G. D. Smith housewife.

GOT ON THATfesTO ME. l Prescott wd 110.I oresident of the Davella Mills ; Joe Stripp. Forrest City Road: 'No, I think
F PIECE OF ICE ;' 7(7.+ i I, wd Maude$10 Robinson et vir to Joe Hall et ux Foundation which offered a $500 Tax Board-R. E. Hinshaw and Russia is trying to get it any way.

//S First Nat Bank W. Garden to J. B. 000 endowment to Rollins. i C. F. Batchelder. they can. If &h
x Rodgers et ax:: am. The Greener also have as guest The Council decided to meet does have the i secret
C. U Taylor et to Herman
ax B. Cas-
(,J IC r sell, et ax:: agreement $9.93O Mr. and Mrs. T. Arthur Johnson Monday at 7:30 p.m. for the it was obtained -

? a ( Joel L. Quigley. to Francis MarionQulgley Pou hkeepsie, N.Y. Mrs. Johnson purpose of discussing legislation by espionage -
A wd 110.I is the former Miss Helen Carpenter which the desire introduced ., because
Lucie Smead to John V Curran wd $10 city might "" ,
v
I James Russell Burkett et ax to C. M. of Winter Park. in the forthcoming Russia does not
a1 rii Bourland mtc 83.385.18. Mr. and Mrs. Greene have the scientists
I E. P. Boss et ux T*. C. A. Robert et al are giv- session of the Legislature.
: final degreeS ing a tea tomorrow afternoon for Rep. Tyn Cobb Jr. told the 'c to work U
TT.r I J Arnold et ax:: to Thomas. A. Anderson their guests. i Council that the Orange County out, even with
et ax:: wd $10
: George O Scott et ax:: to Edith FChamberlain :M/s Donald Stotton [Betty i delegation desired the proposed the knowledge
-- ENORMOU5 iiASCOMFi bpg.AWS \ I wd $10 Wyckoff) will be graduated to- legislation within the next 30 days. i that It exists. I
THE
R.
Marvin Howard
BACK FORAJWNG Stvlr s S Hanna spl wd et ax:: to Anthony day from the University of Virginia No action was taken on the request -: 'I think I know

TNEif 115 THEY FIGHT trBACKS BIAW-- -2i ess I I Mae Lewis ol J. L. BeKley Jr. fled $10 School of Nursing and will < of the Orange CountySportsmen's ,;. Russians because
\ JEN a UP f } ax::Ashley wd $10Carco C Voohees to 8. J. Nicholson et com? home to Visit her n"re'Ots Assn.. that all lakesin SmithBy I was born thereof

FUND t3M A &t T T11E Inc to Kathryn G Wilson part rel Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wyckoff. She the city be opened to fishingthe Russian parents and I do not

5T R tzAl1"HIA nut Mrs.$10 Mary C. Henderson to Marion J.WI. will thn go' to Kyoto. Japan, year round with the exceptionof believe she could figure the secret
J .trIOS et al wd $10 where r-p* husband is stationed. Lakes Lucerne and Eola and in 50 years. No country In the
L' Annie Gladys Green to George N. Maureret Police Chief Carl Buchanan an- 'excepting the closed season on world has the know how and ability -
Nt7 nx Qed $1
Martha Rhoda Green to George N. noun'-es the ordinance forbidding l bass fishing. that will compare with United
t "GK t I,I Maurer et ux:: Qed $l spending after fire engines will be Taken under advisement for States."
GEt7 W. Everette C. Phillip et ax:: to a J. '
5WZ..., Breyley et al mt*. $3.OOO. strictly enforced as will the ordi- reference to the license board was *
x HIM Nb : .Augustus Kissam Strickland to AllanJ. nance requiring all vehicles to the protest of the Central Florida Orrin H. Ward assistant citrus
"f'\I\\"NGI Elizabeth Pierson et Holdorf ux am to Frank Wolbert draw to the curb when fire, am- Hairdressers and CosmotologistsAssn. field supervisor, Maitland: "Yes. I
6IAm tifANNI gII I executor, deed $1.423.78R : bulance or police sirens sound. ., against the city's method of believe Russia has the fundamental -
+e w L. MrCary eet ux to P. N. Aldrich occupational license fees. facts
T1 et nx wd $10 ; During some of the eight fire' assessing concerning -
0 5p z-1o l John A. Kroh et ax to Willie R. E. alarms sounded in the last two Signed by officers of the association ; the
Rhodes et al wd 11.Lt.1 days, the fire engines have been the letter said mem- makeup of the
Oscood Boroughs et al to BenjaminA
Gould wd $1 I I bers did not think the method atomic b o m D.iHavlng .
Marion D. Walker et al TS George Wolly : fair to either small or large j i the Y'
1L notice of lis pendena ing in a local hospital after an shops. I knowledge that
J A Finegaa et to Everett Rowland ,
ox::
r = ----- Jr. et al am. illness of 10 days. Mr. Hickey had Widening of Rosalind Ave:, between there is p. bomb :, '
MAMA, iiLL II I Jack P. Sassard et ux to L. Herrmannet been a resident of Orlando for Church and Pine Sts.. was of this nature
i .. ? DONTCOOKIE roIcI : .
t ; $2 125
IIII I ux mtc
/ ,/ '111
Y ILL SEE : : L. Herrmann to John R Miller wd $10 the past 24 years. coming here authorized to eliminate a traffic and what it is 3 ,
." I HAVEN'ME T DON'T THAT SOU GETPLENTY Hugh. A. Waterman to John H. Millerwd from Shawnee. Okla.. where he bottleneck. Recently parking was capable of scientists -
HOW TIME NOW EVEN KNOW TO Solomon*1O Subdivision plat. was the saner of the Hickey Bros prohibited on both sides of the of that "

0001(? DEAR H01N TD EAT BUT WHAT ir- -\ William H. Marshall et ax:: to J. H Sims Shoe Store. street. country have"
SOMEBODY M et vx:: wd $10 with the Council was the z
ASKS Filed
Y11tICt + FRY ANEGG 1 / i H O Kirk et ux to Lee C. Sims et ax He is survived by one nephew. worked out the
ME TO I wd $10V C. William Hickey of Orlando. anda report of Plumbing Inspector F. E. i rest. Russia. wasVard
MARRYTHEM J. Van Clake et ox to First Fed Sav the month of January
Zane for
and Loan Assn mla $3.6OO. i sister-in-law Mrs. Wilo J. Hick- j I working on the secret before we
? I Mona A. Saunders Chivlngton et vie to I ey i f Orlando. | showing a total of 188 plumbing even started but we beat them to
c n V. J Van Clake et ax:: wd $3.80O. permits issued. the because not
c /- Funeral services will be held answer we were
i
s A First Fed. Sav and Loan Assn to Mona. I -
zc n v.e i Robinson Saunders et vie am. ,Ii from the Carey Hand Chapel I I down by traffic jams the bothered by the war being fought
Ly slowed
... ) Walter B Brown et ax: to William A. i iWhitcomb I on our soil. It is just a matter of
V inI
= 4H i ie i ocd $25 (II i Thursday at 10 ajn. with the chief reports. 1
I IiMLJJER Ir I Ben ea et ax to Dean E. Nelson i terment in the Greenwood Ceme- R. F. Leedy have time until she will announce the
et ux w'lr I II I Mr. and Mrs. i secret has been solved."
Mary Alice Steele et ox to Bernice W. tery. returned from Tampa. !
*
I Keene, wd $10 I Miss Carlyle Seymour of Wilmington 1
Gtrq A. E. Scoring' et ax:: to Nelson B. Belts SIR. AND Wilbur Byrd, citrus worker.
rr, ee a1 IP wd $10 MRS. PRICE N.c., student at the Rol Winter Garden: "No, if Russia had
: I Katie Butler et Tir to W. M. Butler et WINTER PARK-A double funeral liDs Conservatory will give a piano
: ux:: wd $10 service will be held the atomic bomb secret there
I today at recital at the Woman's Club Fri-
First Fed Sav and Loan Assn to D. would have been
. U yl Smith smFla 4:30: pjn in the Marvin Pittman day at 8:15 p.m. I
ilr Bank at Orlando to Allen L. Bryant I Funeral Home corner of Fair- Miss Annie Gushing of Albany. some sort of

HOW DO YOU LJKE IT MR. AND THIS STOVE USED TO sm Grace P Chamberlain et al to James H. I, banks and New York Aves, for N.Y. as well as Dr. H. K. Shats- time threat by this
WALLET? I BOUGHT THE Hills et al wd $1 Mr. and Mrs Walter W. Price j,. EventuallyRussia
BE IN here
lAOIQ A WHAT THE OLD FREIGHT Ernest M. Brogden: et ux to Paul C. I well of Dedham. Mass., are will come
tIRCU5 BV OUR tOES trl t OLD MERR/-GO-ROUND TENT YBtY I STATION,VZ50, NOW WERE OPEN Palmer et ux ocd $10 i Margaret Shatswelll who were with Mrs. Shatswell. called to .' the secret but
C. M Slaughter et al to O A. Stringer burned in an explosion at their
aNN BA c YARD! HERE l' Or THE CARNIVAL THAJ cooD, i FOR BUSINESS MR. BOBBLE! ace $1 home on Holt Ave. Winter Park by the death of Mr. any time
cis FOLDED HERE LAST FALLS40.'AK)' f L. B. MeLeod Cons. co. to Alex Garner Sunday night. and Mrs. Walter Price. because she
-- T"fHERE'S The Rev. James L. Duncan
k et al wd $10. rec- Kathleen Ward won first prizein Jby
103 "Ti Bert F Ruff et us to Lynn K Ruff et tor of All Saints Episcopal Church, : not have the
the of the Hobby
ax:: wd $10.Ezekiel i will officiate. youth-division that we .
se 1 .5 f Homday et ux to Walter L. Show Tuesday night at the Con- _
\
< Barnes et ax:: wd $10 | They are survived by their ?. :.
1i Leila S. Beets et al to A. B. Barnes Ptl daughter. gregati nal-Chnstian Church, for .; States I
I Polly also Mrs. Price'sparents ..
103Z nx acd $10 her exhibition of weaving and art- i :r.
613. W Wray to A. B. Barnes et ox fad 1 Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Shats- I keep up researCh41
: well. Dr. William Price, a brotherof work. Byrd on the 4
:3o Alice M. Carpenter to A. B. Barnes et | Second prize went to Jack 1
should it
f i 1 ax: wd $800.Whit Mr. Price, and three of his sis- not use except
rnr t l Lomenick et ax to Evelyn Deal :; ters. Shannon for a scrapbook of postmarks resort.. Russia is not to be
: ; : tM4YBE mta $953.50. and third prize went to and anything we have to hold over

MRS. JA"SEF F. WHITE I Donna Vincent for her collectionof her head we should keep, not *1-
ObituariesMRS.
I butterflies and drawings of lowing any nation to have the secret -
BESSIE L. PIATT Mrs. Jane F. White 82. died' horses. John Neal's stampandcoin ; :'

Mrs. Bessie L. Piatt. 39. 734 .Tuesday morning at the Florida collection won honorable *

Garden Plaza. Orlando died Tues- 'Sanitarium following a short ill- mention.In i I I Clyde N. Begs, groceryman, Old

day afternoon in a local hospital ness. Mrs. White a native of the adult division prizes were Apopka road: "Yes. I do not doubt

+ WE'D ya' OH. HtUO.THERE QUITE ALL ti ICylu. DR.WING.KITTV.- PWHAT' after an illness of several months. Kentucky was a Winter visitor. ; awarded to Mrs. Fred Russell for one minute but what she has the
BETTER fXJA1CHNta t w6 JUST V.CNDERhbG i DOCTOR.WELCOME TOU-RE DOING AND PUT AWAY THE. She had been a resident of Or- The body will be shipped to Rich- her remarkable'button-collection.: secret and to a
SAwyER YAS frETTr16 Our. Mt SEE KSI15psCK1U5. MOW TO GET IN TWSTH;N6. X ABOARD. lando for the 17 mond. Ky. by Eiselstein-Wiggin-
THE COAST i3TO PM ** DOCTOR GUNS AND THINGS.WCIl past years for- i|i second to Dr. Marian Shepherd for'her point where she
gEED aIIM SUfiAE t stAp CIEAR.C DltWa4G-SORRY TO BE LATE- *: **- TAKE aF IMMEDIAteLY. merly living at Webster. Mrs. Piatt ton for funeral services and interment collection of fashionplatesfrom could use it at a

was a member of the Church of post-Revolutionary days to moment's notice.

t %j God of Orlando. Mrs. White is survived by one the present; third to Mr. and Mrs 1 My only information -

She is survived by her husband. son John F. White. and one George Schwab for the Africantrophies comes from *L 9/

Charles E. Piatt, Orlando three I grand-daughter of Danville, Ky. brought back during 35 the press and ,
.J brothers and three sisters all of years as missionaries in the Cam- radio but it '
C "elmr.a Coleman. Fla. I FUNERAL SERVICESFor eroons. Honorable mention wentto stands to reason.

lk l- I Funeral services will be conducted -I f Mrs. Ulah B. Barringer who Dr. Erston V. Miller for his Russia's scientists -

( 2 p.m. Thursday in the'I died Friday at her home at 516 photography. are just as .
Carey Hand Funeral Home Chapel!(I Greeley. will be held at 3 p.m. Charles Hurrey spoke at the good as ours. Of "\ >
ax the Rev. A. V. Howell. pastor of Thursday from the Marvin PItt- Chamber of Commerce luncheonyesterday course the average - "

the Church of God. officiating man Funeral Home, the Rev. Ken- on the "Impact of the man over Bern
M with interment in Coleman. I neth Rogers officiating.Mrs. American Way of Life Around theWorld. u.ere does: not measure up Intellectually -

J Barringer is survived by a ." He paid tribute to the ,, with the average man in
MR. WILLIAM H. HICKEY brother D. J. Price of Detroit and late Asa K. Jennings, who madeit i the United States but her scien-

C Mr. William H. Hickey. 1911 a sister. Mrs. Blanche Aline of possible for many youths of the I'j or better than

Elizabeth St., died Tuesday mornTROLLEY- Cleveland. Ohio. i(Near East to attend school here.NEXT .
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$ ( FUNNY LOOK \KEFE-WUDJ I YOU 6RA0 A BAR, Y WT HOW 00 YW -THAT1 fr-TIlt 1 I1N6 I M

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1WEE; PAW: THEY'RE TOO 50OO! IAIPRIN'T NOT JUSo'Tn TIPS- OF FACT THAT THE PRINT THAT TH04E PSIMT I $Tt pC

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ClassifiedS ELECTRIC IRONS-Repaired and re REPAIRS-Expert aervlc on JOHN HAKVEY FURIAY rVDAlthough ABE BIDIMO. white; H-la. ELECTRIC WAT HEATERS-la a HEARING AID-Almost new: afcbn.extra : FEB. 20. PAGE
Special* By
GENE'S BEAUTY SHOP- built. Element replaced. 24hourservice. BIG make.model Immediate pip and nails. 3 W.I popular .tt.c.. Isrse. beautiful p.t.r. 2020Dartmouth 4 1
group of taw permanent (13 Store 143 Orant. phone 22957. Walter J. Wileox Robln- A"... Witr Pa..
Bamby 102 W. l
M.
complete 810 (1240 machin B.rdwa. e .ttenU.t Article for
told win ; son Ave.. opposite Sat
wave M 95: 2M 8. MatB. S*(*. N. A. E AQJo rT ANTIQUES-Chins ray shade: sterling Ptff!_ HOME FDEPl S eD ft. to

8t.P REPAIR SHOP RADIO ap % llquer Silver piling I ELECTRIC MOTORS- Good 15 C fl Beae' : Walter I PAINT outside wait best grade
I .l-Stczr JEWEL CHARM SALON Bpeclal! B AAl .a work don in Nt ea *'s Trading condition. (20 each. J..l.t. J. w. I. 61 E. Robinson past; en.m.l flat and -*lots
reln.bl.
(19 cold wav**. 81to. (IS Shelton ether fellow .pulr. I lob. .r.nt.U.nc Boyd at Wyckoff 3524B. Pott. o.W. Church. I Ruffs Trailer Camp. and Ave- .plt ..trl.BOSJOI -Mills ..

I Want-Ad Rate mafhra machine!**permanent* $..ftO; Helen(7.5O Curti; (12.SO cud t us. Bomethin lW.. Panis. 2611 Kub AY4 phone 3-2821. BEVERAGE CL o long. U Colonial. ARTCC private I PIANO B.lc r ..Dt.t.

and All work guaran Washington. Phone 2-1168. to 18 hour wide. 15'S 3-2197. ELECTRIC IRONS-Automatic con dishes: W* r.nt .D rl
,I Dally 22* ar DBOiMUImim wave tie BP. RIO BA1 desb. I .er.eh".I.. 327 Ct. and piano Music
teed. 506 W. Amelia Ave. PhonoObS&MARUcEU.O Pickup MOTOR Bendlx cooled trlD.er.1 Potl' 8.- Hu.br lM Rla
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FLOOR Wok &rDtH. .
; cluB Mnl. .1 Co. Orange.PIANOSApartmeut
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I BEAUTY SHOP-New ing WI Stre mot. 4>t h.p. with Jo' reverse BambJ Carb. HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS-Used j I
1 tuBday. 27. per fin* location. 128 Magnolia. SpecIalIzIng facing Co." gives guaranteed ..t: 2 W. Church. Phone 4652 gear. DUI. strut ELECTRIC DTOXER-Thor Cladlroa. warehouse clearance chairs (tool*. finish like site new,uprieivmahogany ;

Minimum Phone faction. Experienced worke.ln! I and copper e.l.u" tub. 10 cash Purchased 2 months oak desk.. Ice-box single bed complete ,, t.rm
I ( char** In Cold Wave and facial RADIO REPAIRS-24-hr service: an I ,0 Re.SR Robinson M.I Co.. 531 M. Orange;
4348. ed dn.bonded: I work guaranteed. Al Wicglns. 2014 at ills DeWit Div 2-192 .bl. Call Apopka '21._ I hp.t. rue*, pictures: I.mp: '
I 3 Consecutive Day lie line B day Under management. J. 'Onf-. 8247.RFGETONFor BOX SPRINGS-Double bed. Wicker-Craft 6.
I 7 Consocutt Day 15* tin B day MATE QUINBx n.EA ? SHOP i fl809_._ M. Orange: E. Kaley A..4 phone reasonable. 138 East -> ELECTRIC mS $3 45. Electric od. Spur block east of C., PIANOS--Knabe. grand rflld
Pin Castle; 1a OB Prmanent I I (1.77. I 1 I and the
I (Count e Average Words 1 line) [ prompt effi Avenue. I toasters. Plate Orange .atVr nl Dr. Ifo4lUOne.
$5 specialIzIng It FURNITURE REMADE-Antique* Rrh.nsonMusic
wave BP; Store. 10 Church.
all The Fair W. I I
tn
I National (Out .. State) Bate ttclal bleaching' tinting. Ph. 6425.PRESPRINO stored. Choice of tapestries reflnlsbe .rnt makea.. on rail BOlLf TUBING. 12 n 4.; used; I HEATERS OIL We render Co.. 531 N. t30}..
I Single: Insertions 3Oe per line Russ Co.. .n W. commercial dom.t good condition; grove irrt- ELECTRIC HEATERS few left. I complete Installation service. Smallquantity
-I :a Consecutive Days 35* line B day 5pg1AT..Guaran- I Church.* Pbon W.Ur. 11 I Willard ft Dealer 709M. gating: 25e a ftj 2-2431. (. 75 and lP. Knox Store Co.. 2 for Immediate lnntallstlonModern 'I PAINTS-Outside: Inside Rolun.nt
4 1 OaecUv.Dsys2Ochn.sdap tccd.111&m: Crem oU permanent. 2-2213 Mills; 5136.REFRIGERATOR. E. Pine. Phone Inc.. 438 N. Or- rent.bl painter: ft :
2-318. AIIUac.
Other I BOXING GLOVES pairs. 14 os. 2 Leonard Hardware
750. 43
10. ( wav* REBUILT Ave.I :
and aver Wiln
( FURNITURE Jo.
I Minimum 3 line*) ELECTRIC WATER COOLERS by
RayS l..bo SERVICE 1-day bead gear; 4 hajttf rolls all I .
50 ;
I AH"Want-Ads start IB the Orlando Utopia" DtIIJ8 :.ndPla':.:< 7Z*. I I tered. W* make it look like I all .....n. Walleker Ref rig- new. ph. 2-3357 or t.p. RobinsonAve. Wetl.bous. Summer is here. I I C.nt.I 2-218 .
Morning Sentinel and are printed Free parkin very low cost and have plenty of .nk .. 1505 Iadn.. I so bl" today? Walter J.Wllcox. B01ST-2 booms; 1 band operatedwinches. PIPE. Johns-ManvIUc Iall. for
nice materials. Furniture Craft Co. Inc. Robinson oppositePosteffice. complete with e.bl. I underground water m.ln >r'a
In both the TheOrlando '
Sentinel and
phone
Park
Winter
-. Star date.The RAT'S BEAUTY PARLOR.-.AU typo.permanent 1015 W. Church 20931. I the dove has since BOATS-Feathercraft ell aluminum i I ._E booms and lower and can be PP ft Supply. 630 W. 6118
I .a th* same .
Pre-hest and REFRIGERATION household with speed Steers from
1 Want-Ad Department I wave 4233l FURNITURE REPAIRED and and BEVIC la ancient times, been' used I hul. d.a I ENAMEL-So-E-Zy to lei5 $195. Holier Cbn- PAINTwhite outside highest cr554Weighs
6.
opea raid ware a specialty. rf cmerl Sp1&l a Seating 3lour..IDt 1 Central. I
;i from "-3O sum. t. S ...... dnUj.I 3 l( E. Plot. On placo I17.D1&1 j I' le Uke new. Cabinet m. I rebuilding l'.par. cole..; 275. R. 8. Evan. 1 Butltu la1 ..10. white .o : lea pounds to S.UIa D-s-
I count painters. J and 821
I 5.nd47UomSt.13s. .rer. Tan Furniture Co. 2323 I Ferguson Reruer.Uol S M. Terry. : the symbol of pace. this bird Phone 4321.hiyc'tris.. of Ko S\Ore 25 E. N. Fern to Creek AvePUMPS 8tr.

I 'DeadflB* for Sunday Papa Saturday j.& Schools and Instruction 6546. phone 1752.I I15 certainly a peaceful i '. 28. in good cone, Pine. 2-313._ BOInrb. 4-inch Hi-pressure spray. 3 Pitcher ,
new
I noon.Advertisers. FLOOR SANDING AND REFDcISEING-rvupbolaterlng. If i tion. Kings BllldlD ProJect 21' i i ELECTRIC WATER T. 3 Cohoon Machinery p'ror3oW': : : 1870 Indiana b.D.. Winter pump.
High PG als
cleaners
engineering. : vacuum
ACCOUNTING ( ;
I aro requested to notify I Prompt service. Moer. I other fellow didn't give a good :I citizen. Doves, which Include I W. he.t South Stret. Fla
School International Correspond Paul's I era all new: get them while
I B* Immediately I of la portable power Established I try u* Something new. STROLLER Streamlined like '
error* .
any School local representative.L. aD' ; last. Al Wiggins. 2014 E. Kaley; ,
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BAY
been auto PRUNING 6KKARS
nee ; : tore Repair Shop. Ph. pigeons have used to Urge
their ida th Sentinel-Star will skilled 2-16 211 iE HEAT "le
I 1935. Building Apt.
B L. O. Kow. Box 2974; phone 9282. .orkm.a lu Washington Bt. I I ; reasonable. 8. phone 6247_ kero, tins of both lone and short .

I bo Mspoasiblo'nsrUon.I for. only on Incorrect REAL ESTATE: LAW..... practicepreparation bonde I.ured 8lee.6582. POI 8u- shingles aluminum. car messages through the'ai 3. Ren. Terrace.BEDROOM .. ELECTRIC OCITAR-Hawaiian; with sene. side-arm type. Knox Stores ... died pruning shear Also prcr ng.

I for broker and ..'- Co RPGRoU corrugated; also I both war and peace. BRUSH cRWaen: ft.: like amplifier and case; see at 325 25 E. Pine.' Phone" 2-316. ..I Knox Stores Co.. 2 K Pin

TouCanFisee. Tour ..... Mew classes tart first of year. FURNITURE Upholstery. rugs asbestos-siding. For sal or applied: I _new. 2-14. I America St.intic ._ HEAT Electric; at closeout Phone 2.3163PAIBmple.
Com to office and ln up for cleaned.demothed: tusterised by work guaranteed; fre estimate; 3 Tey look very docile, but any SUITE. 182 50. with 4 : RANGE Universal. "; with fan or without.Slaughter's. .

I Want-Ad by Telephone scholarship. School of Real Estate Jnl.Featuring. B wartime clean- year to pay. Son*. 4688. one who them I I poster bed. Moore Furniture Co I, model. Like. new.. 150. Lat I 48 W. Central Ave. I

I ,Dial 4161 Law. 139 E. Pins ph. 6566. Ph. 2-29. Winter Garden B west of Ray- long h obre are afighUng College Park ph. 2-4858. cabinet radio: standard and abort ICE BOX--75 Ib's. Price 815. For line outside and

Information I ji'jLiitiiNO; finishing .peda mond' BOATS row. playwood; and V-Bot- wave. (50. Baby carriage: play pen further information apply to 210 E :, : *H necesssiypainting
16. Travel Is Pentra-Seal treatment RUGS-furniture upholstery; rues bird." Even the gentle -I tom-skiffs. with 2-cyllnder metal wagon and scooter: (10 for lot. South Street. material Godfrey Hsdware. -

I''I. n05d experience. : modern equipment; work cleaned lusterixed by turtledove can be quite alr-eooted Onan Inboard One electric Iron, 2. Phone Winter IRONING BOARDS 34 J J.ckaoa Phone 3-3317.
ana Wreaths take two couple d.motbee I withsturdy.
ALBANY. N. T. licensed prompt service;
guaranteed; .
Kleenla gleanins ranging from 880 to Beautiful I Park fln'
.. Pe.tun. w.r. 14. IW.ECC all metal under I I
Help drive and .hano espepaeZ.Feb. C. R. Burke. 7851.GADDiG vicious when not cooing- Noah family boat ready for de '
I' I STOVE B. apartment frame. (6.75. Knox Stores ,,
Imedl.t. A Co. 25
't FUNERAL EAYS.Ind1,1dn&1I attsnticsj. 26th. Fa. 2-1816 between 5 and dloerJ. -- I
Klttlnter Plori 64 L Cen 12 .m.iIAVANA. SERVICE-After freeal RUG AND tHOLY cleaned sent out a dove from h Ark tion livery.Co.Pin. ..taI" C.tle j, .e used: .11 SImmons Electronic Pine. Phone 2-3163. K i PUMPING WITS-Portable and stationary
baa shownthat phone for farm and Flcr
grove
I Val"Mae 413.II. and Nassau by boat orpiano. It we.te.. aee..xper.n prune shrub ; moth own proofing. Dixie; Rue Clean-methods t see I d land wa yet BABY Folding; playpen bla.et..E.Fla._J.me.ol B.rL."e. 'I KITCHEN hot SINKS-Electric and kr,, Ida Pip ft Supply Co 630 W
Call Orlando Travel Service. to CARRGI en. w.te be.t.r. 15. 2. 3 i Church dial 6118.
I. : the dove re ; 820. 3031 Cornell : : _
.od \t O .142.KEFOETf I'
pr..r1 cr5. ELECTRIC gaL
I Baby Sitter*-Child Care 11( E. Central; dial 95O4.: very I pon. &valble. at. .wIDa HET.AU "pe. ; deep frezr. ru. ft ; i,
244.W. PAyO-.SmaU uorlght mirror Exeellent
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15*
REFINISHED the Ark. Seven days I I easy Wyckolfs Bdw.;
1515 Montana. Da" .nrlol U pla
I WOMAN AVAILABLE to lit With Chfldrea 17. Hauling and Movlnr._ C. P.. hou work .u.r.nt t BEDS. Simmons Ivory twin coil opportunity for .o 2524 KubLIRGATIG condition. 275. Phone
HOUSES AIt3-Scr.ens. later sent the dove out springs and mattresses: Ivory chest lando Appliance 210 M.Orange. 2-0683.
afternoon wn Sam
I or elderly people a* In.
t or .,enInen. Be* BO at Winter Park BERTZ DRIVE-UR-BELF-STSTEM dow*; also work took 1.. "General odna. nDI. Brlt'A'j again, and this time It returned -', ot drawers; small Ivory rocker; heat Phone 4537._ f. .Ip.PLANT motor.-Complete.and pump 2.-; I' POSTER BEDROOM S. EC i

I Circle loll'&. Wb..I.r.I Rent a track 67 the hour, dy or paint Job. Cleaning and 1.1 8942. with olive branchin er. 2-burne. kerosene cabinet style FABRICS tapestries nlour. brocatelles. Priced C. Hawthorne Ocoee, turn mhoiany finish bcnedchestoncheat
rl.h&
body. 8O4 H.Oranie. floors our specialty. 2-4307. an complete. (140: console hall chairs bedroom suite.
week. Pickup aisle .d
or INSTALLED and :
I YOUNG LADY-T. .u with children.I SEPTIC TANKS I I m.tI. 1mI Fa. 11.dlDeUe
I Jillrhu after I ...m. :Bee IlK 8-8ta1'. Phone 2-4064. BOWl REPAIRS-General rp.l Cleaned. St.t approved: 20 year Its mouth. Ever since, we 2.30.solid Cash mahonr.and ne. aPholat.r.1 tation High quality .ta LOUVERS-Steel: 12x18 In. with : ..u.l.o dining rCm
TRANSIT CO.- ; windows washed rpu\ In business: 67307571STRACK'S e.r I rial good 8. Brown suites 9 1 Orient rig
AERO: MAYFLOWER Alter.tL have used doves and the olive Terrace. Call 9 I 1eUo.R (2 Rome Insulation.
repaired: lawn aHa Jenkins & Send. 229 Boon SI phone
tied screens 2911 Orange Ave. e.c
:1 11. Special Notices Lone dUtanc moving. Call Joiner m01e SELF SERVICE LAUNDRYopen ... .. Winter Park. Fl*.
: Tan and Storage servlc for free Licensed. Bonded. Dowswell. for your convenience Monday. branch as symbols of peace. BARBECUE SETS Portable Ice I FIXTURES set of store fixture of O.. 2-37B5 _

I. ADVICE paychle readings daily. 44* estimate: also local moving gtorage.packing .. HOUSES WAH. wit ( .. U Wednesday and Friday night until chests; thermos Jugs. Smyth Lu, bleached maple: consisting of show. P1ANO-4en..J; 8lnl. tao new
.
I ber Co. M. and I i
I W. Church ph. 7088. Sunday. eratlnc and shipping. 1400 the benefits P.M. 316 W. Washington; dial 6924._ O.n. ,, open display and cigar cases andwrapping SEAL" I 11. Pbne 615.
8. Division: ph. 798$. derived from team washing they all 32. Articles for BLOCK with pallets and : counter. LOL-'I ,
A I I PJn. Oaest Speaker. AncebiltHotel. _ SEWING MACHINE Ex- Rent WACI Orange Phar." PING PNGt.bl lOU plwo
would have it done. It bolD REA 3 h.p. Wisconsin 1124 E. Colonial. I <$
Rm. 11O6. Rev. Cherry.'AMANDA VAN LINES. INCNation'sIaicrst .ren. mue
ALLIED I I _
I
pert. Singer An sins sod ,.rd. Shipment resal.toa 13. P. 11.PIANO
by
mover ol household budSCall paint and beauty; I'* very reua Se t.IDI M.ee FLOOR POLISHER (new) and one 12 ft. cypress row boat. FILING CABINETS. 2 compartment nu t. -
JJRADPORJ-.J'neh1e read- able look like B Co. 7334. e.bD' J. Box 223 Zeilwood.SOAT.24 I Just Cornet Orand. .0 cndltloa -
Fidelity Storage Warehouse P.I' lander; by day or hour. PI steel with locks letter size; green; I .nl.ed will sell cheap.
ins; circle 3:30 Wed. 561 West Columbla longdl.tsneo Steam Homo Washing ph SEPTIC everything Wyckoff's Bd.... 2524 Aer.IM.
Ave.l ph. 2-2331. Co. for free estimates on roar 2-3825. .TANJ .CJ P. J. ft. nB.lut; Inch mahogany I $42 50. Smith-Wilson. Office Outfit- The.. Rome Btor. .51 N. Orange Aye.Phone .
moving. 66-61 W. Jackson h.ule FLOOR and edger new hull; : 75 B P. ters. 401 W. Central: '759.I .
; .au
St.. Phone 23164.KNOLLENBERO'S. HEATERS CLEANED and Burke.. Permanent .aident bndee SANE Strips Harold I 27.i PM. ..Ie" deep and .shs:iw
ALICE: CAat.11I-Roo. 504. Florida Ie..alred. Insured Route 19. Box ; 2-78. I re..n.ble: ph. 22821.Wyckoffs m.r. ; 10. Used abused I nothing nand
p."menl.
Other PNrRJnu"d. \
Bank Buildlnc. Superflous. hair : Local moving; .PpU.o. enleeL 7364 Hdw2S24_ Kuhl. ,I V. CODdle'. \ CeDta I be bought as little as (5 month
R Ji. Phon MACHINES B'
pr
I per.nentIyTemoved.. Phone 44O6. sterxe. crating packlnc.. Also Ira.r.ated. Wed1. SEWIO AH 1PAE. FLOOR SANDER-dark. Edger and 137.I from Mather of Orlando the homeof LAWN MOWER REPAIRS-Complete I many Well Drilling Pump 6u
aural for Delcher's Lone DistanceMoving. cle.n.r. I two polishers. All equipment carloads; 4V,. 5. SVfc. I friendly furniture: Church. i Winter Garden 1 east of
410 W new BATS2 stock repair part for Eclipse and 1tl.
BOARD YOUR RIDXNa horse at th* 506 Mary Bt. Dial 4865. HOOVER CLEANER Serv B.reU'* West Kepa Also 1 carload lav1 5 1. R.
VACU rates. Smyth Lumber I tub. Eclipse-made lawn KnoxStores Orb Vista. ph,,
Axalea Lodge Stable.' Cawelberry.Ha. ANTED----T ii P I ice. Co. 102 W. Gre. phone 7795. .Ie..n.ba. 1 Libby W. FELTS ft BUILDING PAPER roll mo.ers Orl.no.
LOAD8-W andvicinity .
Enjoy riding clearly markedecenle Church: Phone H.rd.a. BLIP MADE; \\.t and Railroad. .trlu. St. F.em.'1 I roofings aluminum l'ofID.. Co 25 E. 7-3163. PIANOS Slightly used KUnbaU

trail Pbon Winter Park. and return.Cotelephone Fidelity Stor- 10. COVE. cur.I.CSOa Rouse SADE- New American I BABY ,, ev.drip-Mills ft .._ LAWN MOWE&N. proven 4u.1 I spinet blond walnut case 3 apartment ,
ale Warehouse Return computed CRIBS-Youth beds
;
.n4-w. CwBA Avera. Ph. -.5. : Reasonable ratea. ba FOOD FREEZER Firestone 6 sty size grands: like new R.sjon-
fr ; upright
2314. I farmer businesses 222 Ed..tr 773. I nettes: Thayer carriage and lopla. 11.1 l.we I
C. R. Burke. 1805 8. Bumby Av*.. stock the ably priced. Terms Consul's 1645
Southern
cubic fret. Great Stores.
BARBER BsSTICE: chair ready toen LONG DISTANCE MOVING *11point. etc. Ceorg A. Mmrtin 384 M. Or- TREE SURGERY. Winch service I phone 7851. : pens.. Youth Center. 66 N. Orange. i 692 N. Orange. Hardware P.r... W. Chur h. I Berkshire Ave Owl W.no.
( yon with fast efficient servfea. .. Packlnc. cratln local mov- ange. phone 2-0948. bonded and lcno. Pe. estimates I BOILER.-10 a. p.; Ray Mo. 1 oIl -
All Union shop. W* close' at $JO. Ini. Buddath Mortnc Storage Co. If anytime. Aad.ro. Ph. I FRUIT BASKETS Bushel and H LAWN ROLLER-Hydraulic; 18")24": RUBBER STAMPS for any purpose;
home burner,
INCOME TAX-in your 33. Articles for Sale I and ClsseU boiler .
ball almost 2deU.er Rotary time "
.. McGinn Ph. h69.TPEMTIS retur. bushel type bearing new. (10; glass
East: Bid Barber Shop 60 K. Church. 115 W. Columbia. Phone 8154. Fast and efficient work. 2-2524; H. I with full automatic I : flat bottom shipping : I .ml.
jars. 1408 Oakley St.LUMBER dst stamps and automatic
.Ire.
RobID.I I
new; Amco Feed Co- 300 W. -
INCOME: TAX returns prepared. Reaaonabl PART LOADS WANTED to or from J. : Rt. 2. Box 324-B. On on I I AUTO ENGINE-1939 Chrysler. Exrrllent duff Ce.D.r.204 Rd..o corner Ph. 5663.FLUORESCENT. I Orlando Office Supply Co 29 E.
I
Everything in
rate strictly confidential. Chicago and New York or en route. old Apopka highway. Just north of ,,' condition. Come and bear Ro..lnd 2-10. building Pin St. phone 611 -Alex and
Potion Via ft Storm Co.. 133 N.W.ID Fairbanks Road. en. Steel b. rust ..rol; ca.tcrak. 808 W. Ave. FIXTURES 14. 15. I Colonial .- .
Malcolm B. Route 23 W. Church 8t- "e. BEDROOM SUITE : Blake.ROOFCOATiao
Cent.1
I In. R.DI. tn.n' .
i Ph. -
ph. 5286. buckle crate. Free .tm.te. I ; 20 watts (4 95; chrome 595. The b {: ;
PII.". 6675. Open evenings. ; INCOME TAX WORK and bkkee. AUTOMATIC HEATERS chest and poster blI. wood Bert quality liquid
2-4632. Fairptore. Church.
Call 10 W.
VETERAN WITH TRUCK dealrc log service. Book set up kP' Electric. 3. WAT. 40gallon.fertiandg. ; suite. la walnut .. Powell I LATHE-WOOd ; bJ the roof-coating. Protect your horn
INCOME TAX-B. Sure-Get aU short hauling; epulpped to haul Parker Business Service:. TREES AND PALMS Trimmed and ." Can make. Immediate Furniture Co. In Colonl.lt. FENCE PS Cprp. T ft. long. I _.r car load Iou. Pb. (2 for a 5-csllon can at 01"<..'.
legal deductions! Can 2-2573 "Usll- removed. Bonded. Newton.. I 4 100: 4 to LAWN hedge 5
furniture lumber. cement block or 2-1287. Job delivery and Installation. Convenientterms. BRIEF MOWER.
WaWoDdaBookkHPJ1l ft TaxService Irvin Street. 21147.L'PHOLSTERINOSllP CASHI.b grade genuine 51.t'u t. (25 100. Will cut Cp..r. RUG- 1'.3".II'i' ;
: 116 per anylength Dbu-Wlt.
Ph. 2-0311. Willard ft Ketser. Vogue
what have .
you. ,
Fill-In .
LANDSCAPING- Orlando Office
_, 44"A. W. CburelL.ROOK. '" d.IU ref In- tee Block.. Coleolaltown dial Tea. A or drlnd. LlttleUe Co I hose: Wyckoffs Hdw. 2524 KohL fair eondton 151&
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WE MOVE and store One furniture and peat. Call Pbi.2-20 0 cnn. Supply Co. & Pine; dial 5114. Phone Park 598. : 2-1368.
board and car to Invalids la I and rues. Howard Van ft Storage 9926. Ishing. We call obU..tOD.CIU ArC FANS Prepare for the hot Ales .a Blake.COATLadies. ." : LAVATORIE- Bath tubs closets. RADIOS. Crosley p and ".d..
nice private horn of graduate Co.. 1109 W. Church ph. 4217. CONTRACTOR kind Inc.m-Brwn 418 Centra months by Installing an 42. gray medlum- ginks. for Immediate and- table CODII

1.. nurse; Box 216 B-Btar. WEEKLY VAN SERVICE In Die LCS building palatine and 2235.VHOUTEG attic fan In your horn. W* will ..lsoh.ndl. weight: cheap..Iz 542 Virginia Drive. delivery largest stock In Finda. tY Bumby mel 102 pr.
.ork FENCES FOR EVERY PURPOSE B.rdw.r.
.. cash terms 36 months
guaranteed can SERVICE-Free es the complete or :
SPENCER. SUPPORT Individually' I clean furniture van to T.lpa work 7569. workmanship.Choice Blue-flash bvera.e ..In.t.n.tOD. CARD-BL. aampo. assorted LibbY ana F.m.n. 711 W. Curh. I cnurfh.

designed. Phone 2-3306. Mrs. .. J. J.CUD.e Miami and o.r.PoI C. W. PemDIr. of padding and tapestries. ft. capacity. Orl.nd. Appliance Co.e. Metal for T.rt fencing; Industrial fencing: LUMBER-Fine and framing
; Warreav 12O3 .. Washington.SWEDISH .- I = .. Call o.O LAW SERVICE-W* Rut Co.. 1122 W. Church. Inc.. 210 N. Orange. Phone 4537. T porch or lawn assorted colors. (S 75 and sheeting: CPrl. for In- RUGS. Brotdfdt. wooL linoleum.
and Actnts for Oal- B new caretaker ervic with Phone w.tn.. up. Powell Furniture Co. In Colonialtown. playgrounds. For Free estimates call torin.'lnn llg imn 2-1n. I doysn. 2501 Edn.ate Dr.. 2.11
AND MEDICAL. MaUISSP. loway Transfer Storm.DEEM'S modern motorized equipment. o.r : APARTMENT EQUIPMENT Oa I or I

", Blenderixlng: cabinet bath: treatment DELIVERY Service: phone den plot prepared or cultnte. VENE BLINDS REPAIRED .D I complete kitchens with I O. Reeve ft Co423 5. Orsng
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for arthritis Bad neuritis lit* 7673 light and hauling. ground broken for new lwD C ; experienced factory :-r.e cabinet and stove CIGARETTE LIGHTERS Ronnon.Zippo. M.t LUMBER-Wen dried long lea pine: RADIO-Philco. Cabinet mel G

Gilbert registered anasseusa. 1206 W. every load; mo.llr Albert (Bud) Marek. lol'- pIon.Orlando Venetian Blind Ml(. gas .ler heater wall I Evans DDhl and Lme. Phone 24406.FURNITURENew. Ir.a. sheeting. \ condii 840 Also .el
48 .
Tale. 2-2918. Ladles' only. !rd. rte mation. .. 139 8. Kuhl; 85. I type gas h.. Modern APIa Her.n' Losn. fn eJr.for door and window Pl. cobln.to. cabinet "'.l
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WASHING MACHINES I! ances. Inc.. 428 N. Orange; 2-251. CANOES. Old Town. Just arrived: delivery. Call 110. Conro 8t phone 9.
MATTRESSES REMADE-We can renew R W
REPAE
TO '''ALL REALTORS propertyNorthwest 1.! LanndryJVorfc square ended. doable ended and Stewart HL at 7152. RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT-Hot top
: mattress and let you W* repair all make best paint for mas
-.. corner of 32nd. St. andOrang your without the worry ofmending parts. W* refinisb. All : guaran AQU-Te. Cheapest j Sponson: 1. 13. 1. 1. 1 and and used. Pay I IVA and fry top I.n.u; reach-la cool-
wash 60e. sleep
Blossom Trail 1 not for sal TAVE- .r.l. family cost easy : I".Ierllb. ; Castle Con- cash and save 10 to 25 per teat on cafeteria coolers w.leIn.Ior..e
en; ;
estimates.Rusa teed. Caldwell ft Harris In long Co. M. 16f. w.te
at price. Hot listed for isis alterFeb. Mew play plenty too Free run. ; ; for
Bay purchases. Bass Furniture Co- lUSJK.ntwet crb. .
pn muc Co. Pine Castle. Fla. your coolers beaters. HeatIng
m.ee. 1122 W. Church. Ice. 707 N. Mills; 21972.WASHING Orange and Railroad.ASBESTOS ; water -
13th. Mr*. R. T. Branon. BOO ft dry. Mattress tn-I 625 W. Church St.. phone 5820. ( o..t CeD AH for
pr"t : equipment. heavy du"sn. ?
I I to 6 Monday.Wednesday Phone MACHINE STONEWALL CABIE 82 In. Bt North Orange Ave.
VIAVI PRODUCTS 814 Metcalf Hoar .m p.m 2221.WUSICAL BA.I 19.5 a* is. One HornRol.tor. : :
50 iinOIAIJIS AppU.nce.
Bide. 8453 from 8:30: a.m. to 430 and Friday night until lJSTUN Re..le Service on all m.ke. all The board of a thousand uMis with rolling faucets 1' : e.mplet. is. near MANGLE-O. K. HotpOlt. 35. App i Orn.Moen.. lc.4.
Btrack'i. Self Service Laundry. Al 2014 E. ft Nebraska.APPLIANCEBGas. len
9 p.m. .. Apartment .
B.' by appointment. W.uude Wlscn. .
p m. 316 W. 6924. Iorbend.rer.. A.d. lra.r.atH.., phone .. lect yours todaj. Walter J. WIlcox P Fern Psrk. Klusimmee. To..lcal RUGS felt face, galvanxced Irarbl.
.1 W. P. KELLY. Registered Surveyor.S .Wu.t Pone 2240.MIWERA range gas .tl' Inc.. 61 E. Robinson. FUR mink: liko. 11 cans and tuba; lawn met
SERVICE By Au u* your heaters gas pace heaters JAC-nuln. METAL BEAD-Metal lath
Church and Main Arcade. Fbon WE DRIGt d new. at 907 Old CORER eh.lr bucket Economy
6346. 19. Services Offered Dick mimeograph lt.n "ou for steam I.dl.to. kitchen ventilatorfanE England a lSO. Park or pn. .teelex .. Joint. Church.
In dealers. We service all make. of duplicators home or Im..to. Easy ...,meDt ..1ct.r .P.e heaters borne Winter Park 335-W.. .. M. Orange and Railroad. .
AWNINGS-Special of : genuine factory .u nothing month to gas floor furnace; RADIOS The. rI'an .O. E.
12. Lest and Found de.t. b
4' P.r frezr. WA twin and full sire: .. ,
FURNITURE Linoleum studio I portable battery
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vidual beauty on plied. Orlando Office .. Belmany Well Drilling and Pump space heaters. Modern Applisores. ; TJE.
9694 Ventilated of Orlando. &. Pine: Ales and Biake.O57CC ." Supply. Winter Garden Rd_ I mile H. plL. CORNER CABINETS Solid l.bo couch; porch furniture: and desk; llr .mle. reduced to 81995; i I priced at 8139.50; with standard
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BILLFOLD LOST Brown. Bear N. AwD. 01.1 114. I. 42830 Or. 810 War.
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I Irena. broadcast $99.50.
(60 clothes closet metal cabinet Corn- .to. [ wave Orlando
7Q87. ; I 11.
t,. Oarland. Drivers UcenM and personal Room 115. 14 MACHINES REAIREurnk. east of Orb Vista. Orlando. 2251.AMY .nJ. t.dl.ld..I". constrcted ran Furniture.. 1015 W. Church St. Winter 68. ', Appliance Ina Ie 210 M.Orsnse. .
papers. Ha my brother picture ALU3 CHALMERS SERVICE and Iru.r.nted. Cbek MACHINES I SURPLUS dou- .p IhOD. 227L Phone 4537.
WASHNG GDot MARVEL
who was killed oversea. Last parti; U.ctor and power units. George Stuart. St phone ; work .RPA deck bL FILING CABINET-4-drawer. condition PNC. 2-le. 1. '.
thing he gent to ms.'tinder Pleas Farm and Machinery Co- 430 8158. sonable rate J. K. HarreU'g. West I tarpaulins ..*. Morsan's i a* new; 20. Exterior Fluorescent Ce. .. Gorn .Stu.n 1. RIO BOTV"I.. 2 pair only
call 5860. Reward. W. Robinson: phene 22713. MOTORS Bide Repair 410 W. Oore Ave. 7795. I vac*. 46 E. Church. rood light. (20; Ph. 2.2119. 333 r..I.1' (22 95 now
OUA RA W. Washington St. CABINETS metal; f 17 95 for clearance. Walk Over Shop.
BILLFOLD LOST-Browa. coaUlnin Bob WASHING MACHINE AIRPLANE MODELS-Motors Bad accessories. ,MICE bt .
64
m..L SEV1&fle.1 '| ng*
kitchen stool Mill
currency. Near Coliseum; Orlando AWNINGS porch curtain. Venetian Sport Kul..ment 218 E. Park BU Maytag service de HO and 0 tang ri CMN BL(2,0) 1x8x18; FRUIT JUICERS-Several Cp. 20 rm. .ld. *-' NO.
k Meialty. Liberal reward. T. C. Lanplnts blind glider covering. Pin. 9826. phone 245Re. Barton's Radio Service (next roads. Racine car and boat*. 1 FOB and "... Knox Store Co- Nebraska.MEAT. RDISBarll I used rebuilt

Apopka. Fla. Florida Awning Co. 432 PIPE CUT and threaded your specifications. to Colony Te.terl. Winter Park. 93. 214 N. Orange. Phone 6668. yard: E. R. Ph. 7601.CHAIRS Pine. Phone 2-3163. .GRINDER-Used. Good condition. 'I a ..Id.. Uo records your
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CHANCE PURSE LOST-browa. tippers Florida SupplyCo. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE w* will .ATTIC PANS in stock. 36-ln-42 In.. CAMERA Miniature speed graphiwithaceesoories. FREEZERS-Deep Frees and York See at 390 M. Orang Ave.. Pine. 1525. W.r

iContains (11 JO. Oa boa from ACETYLENE and electric ..edl. I .. 63O W. Church;' ph. 6118. now be open Monday. Wednesdayand Ventura. Home Innnlatlon Co. 9S3 $200. Phone 515. To sue*. Modern. Appliances, I hl.pba. 545. "
PsnoCa. 2918 gSBltarlnm Av. general machine work. Friday night until 9 p m.Stracka Orange Ave.. ph. Winter Park 708 CASH REGDiTCR-Nationat 1 tot 0 range Ave. I j"jp-t.y CA. n"ta.by ROOF COATING "Birds. Same old
.DOO ". 640 8. Bushel St.AWNINGS. .DD. PATDERTR mer Self ServIce W.Washington. or Orlando machine. Call 2-21U. FLORENCE Maple Tyler Fixture W. .. :I quality same old price. Smyth

nleu FOUNDBrowa I* hurt la som and white war. apaV Ph.- Canopies. Tar painting el ; an radent1&L.. Bna.. It.n spray 6924. LaUU____ 690. for dining room; 6: Duncan baby's hb STVEbur. bed. General Cooling and Heating Co. I i Lumber CO. N. Orange and R.lro.d.JBD .

3001.jriSHINO. TUe Blind. Window lay P. Curtis .Co.. 229 K. Or.. WILL, DO YOUR ROOFING-Roof ro-ALUMINUM Phyfe; mahogany. Price (66. Call .prln. .o felt mattress. 417 I MOTORBIKE-Whixser; motor Just CHANGER Victor; newt;
.a Roberts pirln roof and CAn WWS 2-4184. overhauled; 8110. Telephone 20678. priced; writ P.O. Box
if PATNTTNO and decorating plaster pattn. I Raln.bl
flOUND-Waflet Mr. Ornboun a.d. 2.116 Br. \ ; .
Eat_ 13 W. Wslpptos St. W. Bmlth; patching. Licensed and bonded 1 te rep.1..ork c.1 -Mads of heavy extruded section CIRCULATING FIRE-PLACES; Be.U FIREPLACE EQUIPMENT Items WOVI for the Bome.w. Pa. ,' .1. E..stl P.
-' AUTO GLASS-Felt*, channel and Orlando Home Berv- lator and aral at 20* reduced price. Smyth Lumber adventure *. -Firestone table
it 1 browa.TACKLE erackl LOST finish.-3 1 boxe seep .at.While yon ..at Rb Ice. phone 9948. W.llenn 31. Good Things to Ea and com complete with c.dlU .le.procure fl'om-MUI DuoTer. Mebraa- Co.. M. Orange and Railroad. I, Bowstead's Camera Shop; 1039 N.Orange R' Phono-radio: 199 95. Dbl;:

rwontainina- reels. Placed la wrong Glass. 102 W. P nor and exterior; OAS RANGES-For bottled gas and ; call 2-151. I I fDI.: Iot..b (

tar at City Dock winter Garden Street PAITGIn an. and repaired; plentyof FROZEN CSARDT. old fash plated screens. A standard sizes In ,I CHAIRS-.60. Cane seat*. Reasonable.May city g". Full sise. W.le J. Wilcox MAIL BOXES-Collins visible glasS for Plastic kitchen ivory bedroom (27.95.rdlo: Fire-
Bstrdsy. Feb. 5th. Reward. materials bonded and plenty of be at Marie's Restanrant. mall boxes 195. Knox Store Co.. i i or :
l'b. 1118 Do- and welding; ; leen.ee seen Ine 61 E. Robinson opposite Poetoffice. Concord.
Itt Drive. Orlando. .CELJ oa cU.w mU Insured. M. J. l.rne.. 7452. fron: at Laney's. 149 M. OrangeAve. I stock now for Immediate delivery. Mo I 1&4 Orange Blossom TraiL I 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. I I tone. Orange and _
.ah platinum weddingTingi
LOOT Saturday: tinted and construction m.c PLUMBING-West Central Plumbing pslntlntl upkeep! Truly SIIGT.. perfect board GASOLINE ENGINES-Clinton IVi HAI- In popular else. (12 pa RING-7-disnsond 8325 Bos 199
len.i: rimless la blue Ca... Reward. aluminum and brass WeJ it Heating Co.. 1 N. Bryan. Day KUMQUATS for preserving. Order I l.t! No 1. C Po.a satisfac H-P .Ir-ole all par engine Also 3x6 ft. 8-ln. front reasonable ;

7946.A aey W.cln Works. 131 W. I.k: 2-2236; Night '31. now from B.mb Grove B llfetlm window and the cost tory. Smyth Lumber Orange I Florida P. ., 63O W 1127 17th St. Phone 132.UPNBOUA 8t.r.
r PURSE Feb. 14tb. oa North ALARM REPAIRED Any call Winter 866W.RANGESRAP and Railroad. Church phone 6118. 114. REFRIGERATOR 8 5 ft. M..I

.l_ i or Cast Concord. Please n809 C electrical eUI. PAINT ESTIMATES-Color inggestiona. U-Tre.. ripe; than B tel window. W.dec.U CASH REIT Florida Cash GAS HEATERS Dearborn space delivery; out of crate see at 4th Orb Vi...
North Eol*. ment. W* fix everything. Reliable painters recom d"Iklo.; ( .. Soc : sales servIce. he.ter. Orlando Sales ft Service. sold on convenient terms. Wyckolfs right. Van Blr.D Ave

SAm CUP FIN LOST Saturday pair Shop. 48 W. Central. Ph. 7696. mended. B.tl 6001. At Glidden's. and (1 bags. We alp bushels. 2.25 Inc.. 100 W. Amelia. Phon. 22920 Rnlatr.. .uppl.. 220 8. Main; 8850. 18 Orange: dial 2-0959. Hdw- 2524 Kuhl. RUG 9x12 ".atfD. .IL.L;

walking uptown from E. By plus express. C. Grower CIRCULATING HEATERS fuel Oil; GARDEN HOSE In 25 ft. and 50 ft.length. Br..Uu.' and 2
eon
LIy11 Av. Reward. Mr*. E. RahLrvlnsston BtDIG'Y.budde.ra. POI Information PAINT Our work is guaranteed; our 301 W. Par Ave.. dial 2-355. Stanley : !,t Florence; for homes and businesses. .. Great Southern fI\Or.692 1AISl eommon JO per Ib : 8 I Wln bnhp.. 25.WP 2007 611--Cornell

!t. Av*.. Orlando. phone 2-1976. price are less. Fleas phone 2-6921, PRIVATE ORDER SHIPPERS of ANVIL: AUGER.Bit wrenches:pl.n.metal 6950. Walter J. Wllcox. Inc..61 E, M. Orange Ave. .. 12.e per While they Ave Pa. P
iiii: BB LOST and BTRIMQINQ C.". You can .tabU pipe nter. drill post Robinson Postof liCe. dItIRCU1..ATINo HEATER with I BaJ.U you want. Pole Sup RUBBER STAMPS Better Bi mpi
wheel for BEAD AND Cttn. PU. lathe ; electric ; oPI.le lut
'31 C %slet. 475-19. Reward. Mra. Jewelry and PEA r..lr; Ira.r.n PUMP REPAIG 21 years I I II "d drill; .lb motr.0IID. engine; Evln- COOKING UTENSILS .o stock vent; excellent condition; can b I Co. 21 Butt 61-. pbon 124 I, Quick. Service Orlando for Rubber every P Stamp

A. TbaxR. ft. 1. Box 472. teed. N.r.d,'.1 Magruder Are. I .. Bi Jory ft .. position by owning the "extra.. warmS'ernys : rude kicker; vice; air compressor with aluminum. stainless ea.mea seen at 6O8 Anderson a,. II II I Supplies.Works.. 0 W. Church at 6. Orange.I .
WAUXENDr.Of tire. Orsb.ua 41 w. Robinson pboueSllL d"ab in ."I41. R..For extra motor tank gauges and spray gun; and genuine Pyrex w.r. Knox Bt. Oriole *2O; 6 drape, NUT CCE8H.nc-.rw type. I i -" i
--are\WW and RCA
owner p e.U at 13 W. Wash- PATGIO12 rooms: celling and Sal Column..r.e" Gr.e.. I Prestolite lank; apartment gas stove; Co. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-318. IGA-SrV green b.e"uoUe ower. 5Oe. S\Or. Pine. RADIOS combination- Philco rsdlo-record r 1.I ls--"T
Instn. 81.I flat wood and oil ; gas and electric fixtures 2-4084. Phone I|
Box 137-L. wa 1ludln. oiL Low 44. Cocoa. Florida. I clral.tr CLOSET* Plumbing : complete 2316.OUBARD For immediate delivery. Willard ft
I 34287.PUBLIC heaters: ..IID. range: chinacabinet with Immediate delivery gallon capacity; MOTOR New 1'47C.mploD
14. Bet \y Parlors CLEANING AND PRESSING Ca r.t WE START SHIPPING again. ; ; rugs; sewing machine cash fllln. .: Libby and I[ GARBAGECANS2 Stores. 692 42 h B. Tomml T.m.I Keiser. V.* T..t. Bik Colo-
and prices will save STENOGRAPHY and letter Or. ntslsowndial $
.. carry Te..le. Kings. Pln ..Ia. Not : bicycles; Living Room Suite: Freeman. Ill W. Church St. N. Orange. I station corner : :
AMMERMAN-B:_Specialising la cold money. Brine your clothes to Supertor writing. Parker Business Ser-.ce. freD at Leon The W.... Bedroom suite; dressers; book cases: an.. Washington. I 8EWTNG Factory rebuilt -

.. wave, facial and all type of Cleaners. 214 Boone St. Phone 2-121. 5 Central Ave. porch swing; tireless cooker; odddishes CINElme. wo good flve-con OUTBOARD h p. Johnson .WAC new; pnrt-
beauty eal&u_ Call Mr .. FLOORS Drive-ways TILE-Beautiful and bcold : coffee cups 5 cts; pl.tor I WOTOR able and console. 24T.
Reynold CONC PLSTC plU ORANGENo'ehe tube radio: like new. 1103 Adams Ave. 2lp. DeLuxe.: new. 729 A WklnS
:ao E. etc. Reasonable. Thirty tile for kitchen TEWPL chairs; trunks: I moel l.
Pine at- 6463.AMERICAN. p.bse. b.tb .. Twk rocker: easy tr.ler GASOL VOTRWInain. Garden Plaia. STUDIO COUCH Hurtle
year bUlnn Free .tm.t. room .ai distinctive color Ire call 6913.LOOKFlorida's. e Intercomm. Set office 4 station; DRAWING PENCILS, 1-deuee. H..b kitchen cabinet (49 1.5.: b--sk-.
BEAUTY SALON-New C. W. NldJ. Wiatr Park: 239. Til* U. Pr. frigldalre: piano; kitchen sink: Large from 6B softest to 9R Equipment ft Supply Co- I I OUARD MOTOR brand new fast suite $3150. chlfferoee $22wardrobes =1;
location 44 Va W. Church. Boom finest tree ripened light with George W. Church St. lust arrived
Orange. Ph. electric fan for store or attic; dozen. Check St..r Zyphers;
T and .. Phono 693L, Inn. Audreyand CLAY RABUT-A1. rock 24.POrIG. frq. direct from grove. Oranges Urn: waffle Iron for I 5. Main St. Phone 5115.DESKSSingle I IOAVANIED William P. Smith Outboard Sales 132 50. Whltmore Pumru.uture .
.- fixtures:
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rebuilding factory 1 I 300 W Church
Marie; specializing all type 85c bu. Tangerines. lemons. -I ... cfe warmer; Army cot ortypist and Service 2515 Park Ave.. Sanford.
permanent; cold wave opea TuesThura. Work Guaranteed. Bumby ft BUmp- 8. Orange Blossom 81-10 bu. Kumquat Pecan pdesl.L C.rk SCREEN "x8'x8",
f baby bed; lawn mower (8.50: store models. '. WASH scrub I I II Phone 1174-J. Sanford. DU T
Inc. Pbone. :5783 I *
p mby appointment.CHARLOTTEKAY son. 531. T. : L Ir.Drbe.a. 39e Ib. Full tin home-baked goods TB. .' :
,I counters; show cases: wall cases foreIGhths I Florida Business Equip. Co. 390 M. *. wash bo.rd. clothes PUMPS-Euro and Myers. W. I 0' : : .
r BEAUTY Salon. CABINET AND MILLWORK to special I PIANO TUNING-Master technician including white wholewheat salt store; phonograph: ; I,! tub... Hdw.. A. hand for immediate delivery. W8d.
rdio. 5454.I clothes 415 W. Robinson
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I I I la. pi. Wc.oll. Jory A. I .
order Central Florida Lumber Co. toning. 4. Repairing reasonableBeeker441 rising bread 13e. dre.ddr.wD O.D.e. W. : '
Ph. 4014. Invite to Feb 38 S. and W.; -2 _
them m..l
see revolvers new t.Ine.O
you ; Kuhl.
for beauty culture. Hilda Monek.: Mills and Nebraska.. I N. Hughey St.; 3-4118. fryer only grade key account file; banjo; drum wc.Slo.I RLNlG FOUNTAIN-Kelvlnator. i I ,':' phone 8712POWER _ _ _ SINKS all type, flat rims. ci ruie,

Vlvjaa Lawrence Margaret Whlddea. CONTRACT BUILDING ., new RADIO REPAIR-24 hour smoked pork picnic shoulders 44c. phone: b.rlton violin: clarinet .utm.tc thermostat. Bumby GOLF B1 m.tbe Irn. 4 PLANTS Automatic for compartment double eompartine1dralnboards ..
McCrory BId.. homes depa.ble Stop and save at The Frontier and reel I 102 W. Church. I ; { home farm or ramp; 350 to '
upstairs. homes and to and service OB all makes. Stre. binocular fish J: and sink w n
.I P. Orange Blossom Trail at t.r .. style : (9.50 R. .. 4656 from 8 to 9 a m. i, watt 110 or 220-volt I : water or r.bln' .
of T. P..l.r. terras.Llbby
64 Church.Ph. ;
buildings any kid B delivery. Fuller BrO 20t out of pawn o.ero.U,I DEKSTpwrltr 41 i, Wyrkeffs Hdw 2524 Kabl.I chrome plated trim. or
or E. ,
39 E. 2-32 5942.RADIORXPAIRN.AU Watches sbotsuns Rob WARi MI..c role Freeman. 711 1 W. Crmfh.
cok.
For 3:. Articles for Rent other priced to W.c'' Inson Av.DIEE I lion: tubs. { "Sal at reasonable
driveway work I prla
competent help CONCRETE ; ; 2S. : I SEWING sa.hi. -
w.lk 10.WOK.. .. .t.l&p 1 teed; 24 hour service; pick up ua.n. koy's. 406 West Church St. I ENGINES and power unite I Knox Store Co.. E. :; :'! Complete stock (including) For MACK.nr.dlspn! 6I -*t

ID Stn. .F delivery. Wilkes RadIo 1204 E. Colonial ADDING WACIHESH.w. B T ARTIST 8UPPLIEP-TeXtIIe sets and and Industrial in- i 2316.I aide whit and inside f.tL Am.1. KrCrnry "fI.I.. II .-' 4.
male or female ra... 174 e- Dr.; phone 5515. Merrill O'Ne.IBr.ncb colon water color sets: oil colors; stallation. Florida Pipe ft Supply I O. L BALES-Work benches. (5 end i I I Paint Store. 407 8. I GUN .t..e 13 .. .
CONCRETE SERVICE that last for RADIO REPAIRING done In BULLDOZER FOR RENT BeODtr.ct or ..aela canvass I .. Co.. 630 W. Church: Phone 6118. 10. Steel closet (10 and 15. PAINT BRUSHES good stock of SNOT and e.Llb.r'.z.&.
upri ; land clearing. L E. I kneehol In mahocI I (2 SO. Desk and office I I high pure bristle paint perfect rodltoa. 2
ver. driveway floor; ourspecialty up-to-date ASBESTOS SIDING and metal trim: DESK-1-r.wer. Io. ch.l.' .u.Ut" after I p
Dial Wa. estimates. Dun- a .u Quick service. I.dlo. Meara .Son. 2-0147. I I Pine bevel siding; knotty pin paneling I any at (39 50. Credensas. New. 9x12 rue (2O each. N.U and brAh. Knox &tre
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ham CDr M. Mills; 1-25 ".r. Pine. Ph. BULLDOZER-For rent; hour or Job; -Mills ft Nebraska.. open ends Uhel .mirror door front. I i rofn., .hl.le. and I Co. 25 1. 2-316 seeds fresh stock..rde Iwr prK ties.Knox .
GardenRoad
Co. la Winter
DOORS Sash; cabinets; screens: BEVIC- Want prompt large size; palmetto I.ke PI 7135or AUTOMOBILE RDIoPhlco Br.u I, at (59. Furniture west fll Raymond' I I 14,55. metal lathes Store Co.. 2 E. Pino. Pose.
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22091.nR Colonlaltown.ELECTRIC r DeWalt saws Thor
store book and all at low cost? Dew. fits :.iCrr 2-3163
4161 Slnr-
t types of ftll and aelna Orlando Try us. I.dl. .n.. edger and I .nJ rdio.. almost I. RO ... Wetting. BATwo. .ssoline.aad el I : portable electric .
Pbl SADE pler. tn. prt.bl. ,
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ton. Woodcraft. Washing Radio Phone 6792.Service.: 816 E. Drive phone 2.111.. 2208 and Body. Shop. s at M. Davis Bumby.L Pat. 8tI house; :43 East Jefferson I( 7468. n.n.ble; .In" I I I J.r11.: Ph. .P 3753. Mount Dora. Continued On Next Pre]


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,.ta. Central;O7b 4 BdW Dh C.r7. Wltr uaahe Prl; 43W.C ..rant and b.U.tl beaten 1e of this le 3r borne of Ave.. Winter Park. small citrus .preD& Over 10 bearing f
floors
[coaL from Preceding Fare] POI lor.Uol i oUI .meD' bl ca.U.o ATTENTION OF and ,. ,n.
extra CYW.ea Only 4 mile* from town.
ANICUAL8 Petunia; corn only. .r
nwe BOUSE Sentinel Star executive J.O81e bl U dlb build for
Cl7 RU. now a .
others 01 s* Contact Hal ovooe..
U .D many C awed 3-bedroom bouse. Permanent.references 2241CLJTWoel lt .r. tub 5-room home and good construction Route .e 11 Leesburt
but I.U
8&leJCWt
I Articles for E. Coned f Phone 8409. 9 et Ple.'might 814.00O consider offer. .ne .excellent Rod.MONTVERDE. 2 Ba Suanysid*

cicetne BELGIAN bird bath Jar- till 6 .-completely c 2.Central for (6.8OO. We can ee-
uwa A p. See Geo. F. Bras 1 ltoa 8 rooms snpleasantly
R.lCo
WestFairbanks. planter plant furnished. including eleetrle Aye.PICN. n. fo an.D 80* or 90* lane bU
portable tot.
aL o c. Peggy Joe G&e kitchen and Close FHA ll B BDd Ratr w. J. 1.t. TavaretTPLYMOUTH
Wtater plat
$iAL-.A high euallty Prk sealer lot 2319 I. fo 21727.CsUFTJJAfft HOUSE Ins OR 4alt A.-PO work-soon to bus .tr..u1 ma eoL !AVE. W.-t.7 Carrie 673 1. Ol. t Pi 5.: IUI. Ratr. _

both DOW and old plastered w exams palm landscape .possible ca for W Adams at lDdpd.l'wh &. Jamerson yard...ndC.rl. nished ofer v.nD& 1.1 2.S5.J -3 cottages and 8
only. Knox Stan Co.. tropical plant 2-11. 8:30: ., thru Pc. $10. screened l.a.l. r. b.th BLOCK HOUSE. 2 caraces: at On 441. l
p. Phone top
70 E.
.Ibb Wlth..o
P& :36.au.U l.nr. E. Prtoeeton. P.7. Buster' C.rl Centa. and de.D pnh. Tp. St.a a.p.brsbt. I Ot off account N. .of" helt. 35 E corner. B. HUIUe", b.4 _
alu- ry.n. Orange
.. phone
Many Arcade. 9788.PINE
bUefc d.l Knox CITRUS TREES. pl and an fruit HOUSE W A bedroom fur Blne. "n. J.u F :
finished 1'5. this section fo can An.E.-(2500 down. 850 ST.. 2027 W.-2-room cottage
Store CO29 Fine. 116. tn flene Peele'e Hnrtery. a "ODU Wae CNCR furnished with gas TEXAS AVE.-228 Tsvarea FIiT4
Pe buy this 2-bedroom nicely ; 1 .
N"rla t B.1 12. Cplet1
Il t GOLDEN HAS IT Under $
'
CTJAKER Make lkK. BoteL furnished home lane. lot. Immediate lot 1S.79; oak 5. rooms: lane hall new roof; lust
lT In good workinc POTATO PLANTS-Wow booking ordeR possession.DUPlexBoth 0 near bu.. Box Cocoa. Fla. painted; hot water b.U
C Canadian Alrforc fa
for Pnt or heavier skin plants for crle Portorico delivered cpr PJBa S.arl L.del desires perma PRINCETON AVE.-16 Wee Army I 2 and Sbdl home to fml.he. la or le.d7 t mo. II See oel.
****. We unit vacant for new unurihe. 13 SIX-ROOM. well furnished 2-etory
nl wU. officer
March Order PJ '3. ae' t.ler. f.U' businessloca-
115 W. 1st. now. Ide I Olo Moe.t .ldeU.1
Bolter D' .
.B. Ave.jWcAsz. Cno' c per M. Weevil fr are O. H.' 55. 2 O.DI. 8100( "oD'1 lc. Oa fmlhed brm story hO.I tions. Some only (1500 down. S me Lake stucco bo.* .onrlok. beautiful.

good orders ton. Grand Rid* PS9. PRN o unfurnished house or D. lt '5. tC.1 P 11 for good ya.e. Mt. 1* 8YI..2 near brea _
Dra
fO a 1 residents: call Ferrnson bU le
can ea at a brcbjzx1.wooL.1n pn.nea' 97S2.iOOM sod neat 2-bedroon buaow PRINCETON AVE. A. ChIve, Broker. N.Orlando Im one .m.l 2. Itra09
Livestock and Supplies Rfr.l.t. lot with fruit: DX-B.aU- Gld.l. 12 Famflr
Street. 15 .. P.rk. .lb emifnlbe
fully abT.
-.Prtvs'te retired elder E. f. Pine; "Our son Joe bad wonder preach- furnished Ti Wltl .Pt exclusive -
to f.m BI.7Wa
000 i th 1 frame
hd a ODe of the better .plltent.
fo COW-Jeney-Ouemscy; also ; employed: 2 phone hous .
p fl cal Morse &
. number 3; also peckec -. dry cattle. D. C. east Like children. me 11 I 11CLB wreck last night. brh In about reckless drivin' does built. Just before the war. The i Realtors. Eustls. Fla. Phone 138.e
24 K.yme. Pbl. B
atom exceptionally large corner
Knox c of Forest Lake Academy or ph. 5644. .
.I p 2316. 8tr Convenient to her by the house t any I don't remember end landscaped most .tlcye1. EASY TERMS-Le Griff 1.1 front,
metal, FARM MULE for or trad B ARMY ORCo chil PAK an* she was go There many good small acreage near
.a. 9-room bun money fa .r e SPECIAL VALUES Lba
STEP aTL_ cl 0 Lane mule for Phone dro rom fane house. .tr. large eho and 5 seein anybody reformed except will glad you arranged for anInspection. and hiway: wooded. : .
.a airy unmlro
Ovledo 2191. Dud te years 349. I.lw gone she say anything Beverly .
Phone
Ked.Leesbun.
C 25 B Pe. Phone 2-311. A Bn. Orlando. Bx 101 Bre.k.. aok. lifetime rof. but cd.t words." by a W. WeNuU-Heu7. Raton 3-bedroom frame bungalow; tile kitchen .Gn 120

SEWING MACHINE-Sinter. portable; RIDING HORSE-With saddle and 1'9. AD Joln. R.ltl. 14 N. ser fuer. 1 Wa.hltl St I and b.t a large airy rml.

can seen at 218 Park Lake Aye. bnl Included. 2009 Chamberlia PEB-ld. aged Dren Or.n. 8612 in Owner ocpie. Fed 110. EAST T Sm.U cottage De.1
b cuple Hom..MCOLN U. 8. 1".7 41 and Lake GWA
TRACTOR-International Bat. Stre' Have dishes cookIng uten- for Sale 15L Houses for Sale 110.0. also -
SECTION. Wv New 2-- 51. Houses dapl G
WD 6; en steel rear wb WORK mule. 2 cow, Ills .. Box 219 PRINCETON A xard. Phone
bdl" Bta.RW Colonial home
block : 1 lane 120.
Just been BR&d beom on bus; lot. V.- 2-ol rooms Re. .
condition MrhauiedPhone; liai cmlL one 4 Chapman.. ." for single man. Permanent. Sk 1S. Low dOW Payment of HIGHLAND LAKE SECTION-Beautiful LAKE FRONT HOW Comfolbl I 4 bament 1H baths: lane EASY 'mn cottate. fishing
2.14. 3. Vineland Road. Ofl worker. B. W. Seller 24 110. rent. corner modern buncalow. Most suburban I Furnished 3 bedroom home t!excellent OWDe on Lake Griffin -
7.rc lrn.
'tWp.rr2H8-An make Priced YOUNG MILK COW for sale. H mil N. 2-O074 or 2-2852. l\ll artistic arrangements we have seen le electric .and refrigera condition on a 75 fot tot $11.0.Fol front Beverly GrIUaZd.Phone .

reasonably. Florida Bu 14211.0.Cn. west of new Radio Station off permanent Orlando resi CITY LIMITS, S.E. Larce Price (12.90O and worth more. be.tl. I.W slopes t this 1* ready to so. and m.k det.1 call Grll von Schlllar. 1204. Red. Leesbun.
-
390 N. Oranc. DR new ca- 1a. lake with 33 lane someone a comfortable place to .
TENTS Gospel or 16x50 and Wltl Garden. R .Btxesia40. dD" and 27le son dal.I rate .pemeD&Not cmpleg. but S th. G B l te.Rat.231e. ange dol.. b.r 01- Price 1260000. ly. I Re.ltr. 718810T EASY TERMS-Improved Lk Griffin -
I bedroom front building tote
1yi. K b 1 D..bI. hot Broker, 456 boat
mall 46 b.t terms. Pauline le Hall Bros- Agency. Rator.112 N.Orange : WIt
a Wla' Snl" good neighborhood. C water electric Boon7255. basin. Electricity and water .y..bl!
Pet Stock and Supplies plete 62.900. Move in. Loren Dunn. tVANHOE SECTION-With view of Ave- TeL 58. 1 mile from Leesbun Post .

Cluarh."nra*lxe anImal trap 11. Dou for Sale 6 N. Brown; phone 2-1269. the lake. D you want a modernbungalow LAKE LUCERNE SECTION-Only 3 Beverly Grixxard Phone 1204 R
Store 29E. COCKER rooms and the lake. 7 from the JUST ANOTHER
c IA alar. blob frl Lb.l.
.3.. Phone 2-3163. ar.r blf IP ad ADAIR PARK.-52O Or1 St. Open CLNITW-3 bedrooms; like tile bath-Do you U. hel of a bro stucco on tile PINE CASTLE.-2-tenement house; &
Immediate
VENETIAN Manufactured na b.I'1 b MA 1 b for Inspection. Best I Orlando.6room .2..1 I..e. potsession. beautiful fireplace coor residence. 1\ b.th.br.U.s aol upper has 4 rooms and bath lower One of the nicest tram bunt slows 5 Groves for Sale

B built. Metal I B&ord frame bungalow; h.rd.o 11.5.Lke 3 1b.U obtainable from a central he.tl and oak 3 rom and bath; De.1 finished in the northwest section. Its %

1 deliver Wood-14-1ay deliv Turn left off 2 BL at Ct fn screened front pr cr- furnished- bdom. 74 room Do you want Ue tot to be 1.11. 110.5. Rex-McGiU. Realtors. Exclu- out with bathroom TOO x 135. well landscaped corner tot.
-7 Blind measured and installed Club; first furnished. G.B. ; pr. $0.0.n. for privacy and location to b ::1 :7.AnDt 128 N. Orange phone equipment; 9 block from school plus the fact that the house Itself

e. 75 miles Orlando. za.t CK SPANIEL PUPS-8 week frl.l.tl. Magic Chef ca rll. I Vista-New I-bedroom home; la a elect neighborhood and at church and stores; on bus line t is Immaculate-having ld.o HIGHLAND GRV about 20 J
0 machine lowerprices Orlando; 17 bearing ,
adjusted to present orange
of champion steeL .eumd.nl. price floors. 2 bedrooms west of show
Orlando
rai .uD (1200
without ol.toD Kuhl; V.at..... .. I Phone Pdle 6 fruit &plm 12. home cash to handle. ? We have aU this at 11,5. LAKEFRONT SUBUBA. Lovely loaded with fruit. Move in at once carate with breexeway. 1. and frost Immunity now. 'producer for
Blind W. 111 11. :31. shade; Il. ; well fura.he McN. lake front moer CeDta and have good from fully equipped "b.th I its 26 acre for : ;
VENETIAN BLINDS-Window DOG FOOD. Kbb and I-cell doe ed ok 811.800. 1..1 .1.1' A b..1 "Heae7. R.ltn l heating. 2-car On 1.. apartment. lcom. Ph. rDt. Plld.1 kkbe1 *t* 1:1. .0'
e owner. honey
PIce. A
14. make coed terms.
an
beat in custom Orlando po. Bee Hampton 931 North Oran I W.lltA.8& scaped lot sloping down to lake. Sev! ti U mc..
1.le of 84.800 _. .
e aP1 Down payment PRINCETON with Swain '
$.0 ,. West. 3 or For further :
steeL wood % S\ Ave.; dial 4034. large fruit 're. High class AVE.-121 o'hel mark.t i. T.d. Lui
.1ala. Orlando.o 9458 AA BT.-2l. Iea K.I'BhoL i JAMAJO-New 9-room stucco house. era Priced for brom. furnished for.tID. tU Feiffer with Rultol. "Spl.i b GIO"e1U
for peuL PARK-1212 West New Jllbbrho. 1. .
14 CDta PZE CuE ; tile MetcsllBide. ;
B
Winter Park r b.t f1e 30 X 30. on 50 X 150 ft. lot; b.t .unprc R.ltor. 1. We 2U6D"l
Oee "ye. J'IM I .1 2V -lb. Iefrl.r. Ave. Modern, b.utlul $12.5.. O H It' A home you will be .. Phone
no mor 0".d.1 cnldel I Green's stove water !edse. o.a 511.BUNOAWDU I
$45. T tot pak. 12' fIDI. ly furnished 2 bedroom ho. he fO he.tl R.ltl i one of Orlando's best
2S l. residential
BrW'
_ Sb KD tr. 1. ODe. eludes modern electric doubled -, and h0H partially ; .1 LAKE SUE.-Oerlooklng this large I districts. B,
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS-Home and I for 8565O Truly a buy. Look lake is this O"Del. RIVER-Extra warm 0
VENETIAN BLINDS-Ten day de bed* cocktail bar and business ch bunsaIcw. : e.lt.
GREAT DANE-Female. 1 year old 8 2-story frame; out Cheney Hwy.to "w' ; ROBINSON AVE want and fruit grove
Custom built trove; acre 3 desk. owner.COLLEGI over t.7. 3-bedrooms; baths: central E.-wne Bm.l.1 Vpta
1,0. .1al may teen at 1600 North Orange S to sell his home and Banana
Manufactured .b bedrooms; 2 b.U Very nicely Ue Grocery. No. 4405. turn heater room and ; oak floors; duplex 01 ,
AnDae.WONKYSWcWle nished. to PARK-2106 N. Westmoreland. left Herman Ave. house oaricht. kitchen .p.rment or win trade. a r.l nce lw CO& OWDI River on tower Merritt Island. Most
modern Cash terms a* 122.5. I 4U equipment Installed. Many I T i .
Pc .
fet. o ,'. 118 Comfortably furnished2bedroom frame bungalow .c.t. B.u'lu l valuable to the private order fruit
Privately owner
(Miaiatea.RadbiU Rb unique expensive features Incorporated complete Each tile
(5 I E
low Ratl
as pe P W.ler house: gas refrigerator 17 on h.pr..g r.D. b.t to stabilize supply when
108 E.K inson; dial .tn. as built for insection furihed., a corner lo in the tile drains shipper h
air
V.a. C. TROPICAL Pred pu. ArC.D :3'5. hot w.tl beater: b.U with JEFFERSON ST.. E.-Here .a quality of o.ael OCUP.OC7. bok. (12.000 terms. I kltheD. ondUDe.iaulatd. I freezes hit most .. Freese never
.ley. "ho .IH-Aquru H to 10 package. 2-bedroom .or 125.0 or I Franc Realtor. .IU f.rDe. A known here. 12 acres bearing citrus
frepl.c 11.0 40 I I more. will sell for rt .
Io.e
BLINDS .10n coal].. SHORES-In this rtr brand new furniture nice .You Building. ne 2-1710. 57 Meke i luxuries four acres Persian limes avecaajvcultued
YK W.Daa'.r C. H'Orange Av*, Winter In section i lo.t. b.la. parties only. .: tion lntd. C. R. tDP-\\ Hinton. Realtor 7632. ,
appointment ; 11.0. and bananas. Diversified
Pak maniocs
1 OIDo Ct. b.U& delirerr. phone 919. e 3 pry.t .l D..1 Ieer.t. 610 ; dial '348. SUBURBAN spacious homes of 2
.- 7 moer.p.cou Call ; 1.1.1. 113.S. O.Del bedrooms OWNER MUST LEAVE and .tosail Over 6OO feet
22.CB for each b..U
and Installed bath masonry construction -with plenty of j .nt .
Blinds measured IN-3 bedroom bungalow. Ex carry 86OOO room for chickens this nice little home on Eastside ful river.
within 79 mile of Orlando. EI.t 41. Pout and Supplies thronthont. Offered .IU I condition. Hardwood Davis. R.ltl. 104 E. Jefferson. LKJ-A this for 17500..1 56 fruit trees and tarden. 1 has of town lust out of city limits Home On rod Electricity.
Total lt.
fn sale P."e
without o Orlando V.n.a extra lane frnt.* .1. I (10.000 furnished. 2-1649. !e. bungalow. 3 bed each (8,000 prl. of Lane room with frpla.din I resid-
Blind Mfc- 1739 8. Kuhl; 851. EAST CHICKS-Tuxedo Feed Eton. term H. C. with Robert ; mediate I $3.9.. A. 1"shr rom tiled b.U tiled floors and I Bridges with terms. inc IYl kitchen ak., Inc. Irritation controL
rm.
U. S. R. Tyre. Realtor. W. Wash- AI JAMAJO SECTION room frame Lane I with Joe G. Myers. : I TCk.Dd ,
VENETIAN BLINDS-28". 30". 32 approved Pru tt 1 Realtor. 37 W. good s1.I tarate. 29W.Washington. Dial UR'it' ; 2 bdrom tc House has been 18.0. Ker. Agency
tntton. lot.
width with aluminum 906.W. Church pbe 01 6174. .s. bungalow; p.n1 fUhe. .PplntmeDt Rob t out; tot lOOx Cocoa, .
and 35 73.
34 Du with
S. .
condition
j Huey
.
flat $< each at U factory. BABY C U. 8. Pulloriiun tested CLE 2 INW.lkl 2 terms C. C. Garletts price. W. .aU Ro" Reatr SUBURBAN : Price, n : INDIAN RIVER Merritt I-;snd
1739 1lna An.: di 151. Or- or future de BEVRY SHORES-We offer you ample pie.closets *.p.rment. b.U 2-14. 1 Wa.to 6174. -Nice 2 bedroom home I : Jsmerson 'r.I Real : Groves. "No frOt d.m.-W.r
f. Il in mOt7 '
the best built homes prehel. E. Central. T.
livery. Feed and Poultry supplies 70 Phon A and '
Jld.Yele'll BIDd. M.Dafa.ll.20-giion Orlando X-OI Orlando. There are 3 nice bedroomswith furnished. T. is.a. b.rl.IIo I lILlY AVE.-443 E. Corner lot. LASBURY 2- l excellent condition.. S acre of C.rer. 9516. 'roplcL"st particular 70U. 1p.
HEATER O**; I Btr. 2 tiled baths. Many excellent ask for RAWmtel P.rk I tlOI 'b tm.
.
brand new. Bell at cost price. LAYING HENS-(6) and (1) rooster. Shepherd Realty Co. 20 Washington bedroom "; tand. An acres etr 4 acre
tsnki latest desitn. Lane B lathe .
features. Very oak 9-room bungalow buy at
i (7975. Oak floors throughout; metal nt.ordID.1 GI HOMES We give thatnew limes and ba
5124.COI.ONIALTOWNAzbestos b.u'lu can yon
II N. Ave.___ For information see 1026 8. DlTl- Tile Low upkeep. A St. Phone 1.S. .".do .
lot
T.mp" .ua casement windows: large closets 2
mOA Street. ro I ; 'I home you've wanted within 10 frontage on
For most all popular types ity home a reasonable I of Ask for Thompson at a.D" .tl
WICKS- pr pink ondUol. b..tla paved porte eochere; laundry room; 0 MartieWfflUmt weeks. 2 3 n* .
oil beaten and cook stoves. Knox PUTY WANTED hen*, Ie. Walter W. Rose Inv. Co. 49 N. Or.DI shin tie tubs. lot. what or bdroD. L'. 2O 1180. citrus Water to w*-

Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2311.W"Wa .tokn. W*Mr.pick chapman.up in ,.Poultry- Ave. ..0 Manor office 335 I.Or.D. buntalow and with most. attractive 2 lane bedrooms interior furnished. Must b seen t b.P ful toD.r7'ree. Ready Spalou. b.utl Re ltor. 21 W. Washington I O'Brien aho.70.with Bettea we Investment. C.M. ter..cr.Excellent diversificationHome-

I stock- All for uP"da. m.I'e W.rkt ca 463 N. O.De; 88 A.PAR If you want t live and furhnl.porch. Laundrywith pre.t. Immediate occupancy.LOCKBART3bedroom D.DCll.. H.; dial F. Bl.nd.2-351. R.lOI.niD. and 672 St. Phone 8106. j! 2 W. W.&Dto Phone 813. rt..e 132.. to citrus. 2 Wen
CLGI tuba; tool Property m.7'Dh.a. 10 1 rnr.
STy; or alas made t order. POULTRY-Broad breasted bronze should Innstl rm. Sundays. Winter Never .
a iol 70 business P.rl 54GR screened dlenll
1 tb a COTTAGE 4-room
Also window and door frames prp W. W. strain. U. 8. .. I f.'ul LAKE SOUTHEAST City jiisiijj-I .It
Lake !
F. Pr fur- house oa IS miles Lmits. Furnished new ll.O.
ode 1120 1'U 8& man crl Parcel West Smith Street Te owner aboutto lo.ton Pre .110. with FN-B.rD 16x16 2 side. 4 rom prch. .lh 2.cr. 12" citrus. 3 n..n
.m a pd. L.e from the priced it nished. U.Io Approximately 25 bear- & ; Porch; b.th partlyfa" furiue. 300 ft. or on.Blossom
C.
de.O l.arDt move h Martle Realtor. 21 W. On line: close to screened porches and 5 ideal for ; I bus; few Real $0.0.
Tampa. 4. below the market at ( fully Wi.m treL bu .c Dihed. Immediate possession 8320O tr.. 10 citrus; also mantes an*
WASTE Bme\ Rt Is H8A U..0 8106.CLOSE school and Jane recreation or .. Excellent bargain a* owner must .. Imirediate -
cn Turkeys- 0e 1-18-30 Ibs. e 50eggs O'Harrs-Moore.furnished. Call 2-0838.Ray Holcmb 109 .IU Bros.. Broker 235 I.Pi 1'25.; 7559. flbl hUDtl. swimming O.Der's in Eton. hale Inquire 1404 E. WN- i possession. 4800. 1326 W. 10.y".dO. 2 l.ra. $1.5. f.

Pn.Phon 2-314. 20e ea 3 .el e chick PDe. and dock; cabin 19th St_ _ _ acre clt..
larte
WINDOWS In stock for t.gdn. 25. ? Pa Jh COLLEGE PARK-West Princeton. IN-3 bedroom LK FN-'S down will buy furnished. Including new radio; aU for SUBURBAN z-bedroom frame I QUITTING BUSINESS-Just I ok. l.r frontage and
hunt; handsomely furnished three bed SP.DI b.a fr.m hou. Balance Call 2-O156 week days. hous Just nit, Wa oatd. 1 old hou. $20.0.I
doubl 1h calow in top Large $.5. Otd. hmlt city. Real Estate Office
cODdlUo. I to
In .UDe e Complete wlU TURKEYS-Tender. too 7OD. for room house .ho English Colonial ecreened porch. 1'. (10.00 8.like rnt Henry BUlcb. 12 MARKS 6T, EAST-Near Blh.ndLke te and lights. L fur hO':, residential and business tot. Valenclas.hou. .cra CIt. he.Y

ash. fr.m. Zinc j.ml Din Ct.m.rket weigh I to 1 accent yon Ik. I 1 i available CallMargaret partly furnished and tr. Call C. 2109.I Apartments. Lovely Dise. 15. BrosBroker.. "r. Possession at once. D. I checking. ( AddltODa lnd

Pullman baa inside tr. eel !Pw C. D. Wilder now and priced with(lt.9.0. N. Weems with WWI.m I -Maltland. For Flor .. Recent construction. Exquisitely ; 41.1 7559. Moore 5787 or 6430. Home. 3OOO feet water front. 2
Fisk i
tram pe t W.det ".r phone 6913. 109 E. Pine. O'He.-Wor. Realtor. 21 W. Washington I u at its best we offer this furnished throushout 11. STETSON AViC 803 W.- -rom HOMESEEKERS n* build th* 6S citrus tree plus many rnr."O.

Ine. 100 W. .. dia 2-220. TURKEYS-Now taking orders fore 2-238 8106. estate. New cement brick 500. Gee B Kt.edn. ol home. Oak for tile (floor) bath home you have been looking for. I do.122.5.16a

WAG MACHINE- :del. see *(* and put C. D. Wilder Jr CHENEY KIORWAY-20-acres. 1320ft. I completely furnished bungalow with 2 23176.M'r I LIfetime I001- t.W.I terms Checcult Jennings Inc673. I.I IroY.2/3 Ir.perl$1,5.
bouse oa Turkey P.r. da 691. road frontage on new cross DELANEY ST.-Hue ls a 2-bedroom I I large bedrooms and screened nh !i Thelma .f. P. Boland. Orange &. Phone 7234. ; lr.e. Vel b.uWul fe'

.AveOrlo. Vi& BRING YOUR POULTRY and efts to State with hihway. Price 1.5. Inc.Mr. home completely furnished. Excel, Overlooking one of our roost a VERNON-Act fast on this one. I I Re.lor. 672 ; dial 2.4551.BOUTltEASTAtjvurndhed. NEW for occupancy. w.te Fl home-
Lane HOUSER.0
MOTOR BIKE-la coed Farmers Her.D lent (85OO.OO. easily ful 1.k. Wonderful fishing boatlog 2- .Its. 11,5.I
us. Esc and Poultry concrete
dial 9849.COUDNIALTOWN nelhbrho. 'I
WZz clIUO good U. 110. Inc. 629 N. Mat" iroker 677 I. O.Dle: Splele" Whitney or baWD. 240 ft. front en i 2 bedroom frame bungalow; oak bedroom house. ExceUent condi blocc. .18.0. PItA mortgages. I R.lt7 Co.. Realtors. Cocoa

915 L.rl 6602. Geld 411. On II only Spietel Realty Co, &'0 paved Io.d 1DDI 800 ft. to lake. tion. Immediate occupancy A real $35 per month charges. I 1917.

WHEELBARROWS; step ladder; Apartments for Rent 7000.00 for an extra room l.t.1 Bide. 2-3269. 2-acret young rove. Close to CD'.eDnee floors complete electric kitchen; very buy at 19.0. Mn. Wallet or Cath- I I 2OOO Harmon cnn.. a Clay & c RIVER GROVES-Offer the
I
.ea
pruninc trim saws; home Cs .oer buo.. screened front and 18TOO with good ; ryne Realtor; 22532.SUBtAu' and Formosa Call safest In citrus; contact C, B. Davis.

accessories a. Nebraska.WThDOW APT_New 2 ale bek car ..rle 50x140 I Ir7.D' with Herman Goodwin.Inc. nicely furnished; fireplace; laundry outside Sb.r. Realtor, fo East Coast proper.
city limit
V& rm iudl Fruit shade and shrubs. DUBSR SCON-P.ctcl .. 677 N. Orange; dial ; NEW HOM ltoD Irm. ties 104 E. Jefferson.
kitchen street substantial .
FAN-20-inch Em.nD tU&a.e. laeln. Call O'Hsrra-Moore. Realtors 2-0836. furihed 9855. ; I 2-1697JO.
Walter 3. Wilcox. Inc, m.ttl .tDu ,bungalow. Gas heater. I l garage; cypress .lcl. Good frame bungalow; 5 large rooms and some build. ( down balance
Z' E. Pine.
1 101 Yard nicely Available LAKE IVANHOE SECTION- bath 1'.4. 0 for Sale
Rent 820 landscaped. Att.. ; very good condition; Winter first Acreage
Robinson hr k Addr. LIMITS Today's best buy in i the cottate. built just I terms. Give us a ring. Mr. mon..e. el.lbl. 53
la ,* TTY April 1st. Offered for immediate sale JKb O'Brll Park school bus: priced fu Call Joe Real
WALAE.t will fit your tinel.b aDle Pd. S a new 5-room bungalow. Cornerlot I to close; an estate for (3000 prices. Immediate possession. (9OOO. Unfurnished $7.800. Ask I Vetern' EUg LAKE FRONT-2 H In beVi

B Oldo and Wa. DUPLEX 0 bus l. (64OO. Allen Johnson. I cash (75 per month. 19.< with rooms. IU.O. Well located for a with Bettes Investment Co. 2 W.W.al.toa H-644. Harold :I Agency; 29 g. Court; 2-481._ tal lake. IVi ar of lake
I c. Jackson: TOURIST CAG& Re.ll. Orange; 8612. "Spe- Kathryn Tbomas-Wyan Smith. 4672. doctor. Broker. C.l 4431 37 E. Central. i3foDdlC" TWO NEW HOUSETo mile out. ("1 fertile!-(1.500. I ed. -11 and (26OO.
.oe Hornet. Phone 8513. 4 6 :
LAKEFRONT SUBURBAN rm. ft.; edge of town. eaik
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clud 1tlU laundry, privileges., Hiy. lASSELBERSY-Buntalow with 2 I DELANEY ST.-Modern type one of the most L.tdon 8ANFORD-Comlortsble oedroom home; double wel bU'. 3 2 Easy.. t.r. Inquir. at 1870 IndianaAve. sale only tl.SOO. el::: Meal

.. ..ek m CeDe car tarate. Pretty home on cypress shuttle .EDllh bedrooms bottom lakes De.1 Orlando. Excellentswimminc MARKS ST. Beautiful 2-bedroom or with Et.t. 6 E. Central.
T SO* OFF Pnl huse.PRAduu corner 1. Designed by J. Gamble and panneled den. Tile bath; from private baulo.. 9 years old. Large 10' lot aDfurDe. fumlhe 8-ROOM house and garage apartment LAKE FRONT-80 acre East of
eC only. 1 bed for alan dock. Surrounded by homes. 10 I.Dae. om.1 be.tr. furnished close to. O
Rodgers I 86840. LI our hardwood Tile Variety ac Dl loss at 11.: ; heat ; P lando on a very pretty sprIng ,
rm.l b Un.room; kit- OD hllb. R.1U. phone of fol. a lake prche.. Cbenanlt Sc JeDnlDI 672 N. Or- Bro. Broker; 824 N. 2-16. necessary fUture; good I to .el Hampton Broker 53 I.I Iske. All nice high oak and pin land.
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tars assortment 0 table electrical bus. Seven. a.el b.u -2471.CHICHESTER. An unusually lovely place with a lot enl. Phone MAGNOLIA AND GRANADA Am hood, quck sloD. ph. Sl.VEEANS No swamp. Price 14. W. A. Me
Clo t Call mODU l. AVE.-Practically new or real bring at a savinc. Price (12.SOO .- LAKE JESSAMINE-3-bedroom house selling this attractive twobedroomhome 604-W. aellhbr-I I AND CIVILIANS We Kenney. Bre tI50 High.

up Including hot plates. 15 mOIt e W.2-113. 3-bedroom cement brick bungalow; unfurnished: (13.4OO furDled.S.mmle on 7 acres of land 8OO ft. lakefrontage facing on Granada Court with SUBURBAN Home. 5 on yonr tot 01 you may way; 2-4. -

HeD. kitchen equipment and attic fan in- Francisco. R.lor. rom 4 I ideal lotoD I..ti.t ninety leet frontage on MagnoliaAve. Ready to into. select a desirable holt from our MERRITT ISt.AND-120-acre
beaten iron*, broiler door chime 4-ROOM AAT ie* reinsertion laded in price; 11.0. terms. W. Central Arcade: '407.DUBDREMoerD. : this. Price term. bclulY .. and has been zoned for business bt. (50 month.mo.Fully tlOOO list in is. Home and 1 fl."e witha ] 835 an acre; 19-acr ('rct

; .ue' cul only; B B. Nicholson. Ratr. 1 8. Main St.. block bl.-I'I with Walten-Pryde. R.ltr.668 N. affording unusual opportunityfor Venet.o blinds In good furhe.'I 100% GI or a F ll. acre; 16O-acr tract .trct acre.
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SM many other Hams.Aseoclated S-Star. phone 2-119. % b.th I Orante, phone 2.5ge. .bu.aDel or a prOfeAOD.1 iocation. MI. Busch with Sam.h.p. Prompt building and service.complete pl.D. Jen-' C. B. Davis. R.lwl. 104 &J.feaa
O. J. Roudebush. 206 &
LAKEVIEW fuDube. ; dial
U Houses for Rent Dished including At L.ID.. fh1. Court. '81. ntncsIne.. 672 N. Orange 7234. 2-184.
Btor*. 143 2!. Orange AT. Fr carpeted throughout. right across the owne. SUBURBAN Just outside the city. .1 ONB ACRE OR MORE TRACTS of
carate. laDd.pd Must sacrifice -I overlooking lake. 2-story furnished NORTH SIDE-(Near Orange Ave.). 5 rooms, bath and 2 40th ST.. 15-broma living lend", 829 down and up; Clarcona
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LON.f.ne bungalow 2 CAEERY.9Lk S owner 6 home .IU two apartments and one Frame 2 bdrom and sleeping ble corner lot with city prche.. DuI I room; Road. Beautiful section; close to;

a f on hill- Front: 2-bol con I Bsckspin.Off Pst. for Income around (100 per porcn. Newly_ and _in A-I 1 block from the bus. Immediate pos I porch. Ne'.thI.be Owner.OX sufficient_ trees on land bui'd, Ichomes. *

tD; Bob To.el visible. 10 mile di- $lte near DELANEY ST.-Lak* view. This Modem month. Excellent terms t OldltO. 155. Allen session. Offered furnished for only Good soil, t ChestersSrhwarts
t.DC. Gas. Kitchen liv- n.II 2 bedrooms; garage; 6-room English style buyer. Exclusive wlU R.ltr. 14 ; JOhD"1 Realtors 128 8r home*.\ Ba* O.Ii PhUB
fireolaee. IIMI. oD bUD..lw 115. Rn-Wci. BOMDT.
t. room .uam b.l ar lt of cypress construction ha '11. Tucker dt Br.D.m QU.Ufl"l cl.llatl I Home. 44' 4141. B,
bath. 2
USED PIANOS-J. C. Campbell rom. porches overlookIng frame clapboard able appeaL Contains 81..-917 N. 2 A nice 2-bedroom turns Doone; tile asphalttile .
P 3.152-rl NOkTH' b.t ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL Where
first S6S LAL -
upright. Stricbt and ZeidIr mon SUBURA-Bunl.low.
sis 10 mont ; corner lot. onKer-1 built to
rooms with den l year old. 1940. on corner 1'1
most travel
to 1947. thid. people Florida's Main
urlb& nfe Decker up P.o.' 77 Ot. 1. Park. Folk 19.175 acres crave and. home; living room full senable. By owner. i iI I lot. both streets paved. Nice tiled I .moerD.. can 01 a 2-.crea lakefront floors throughout. New, ..4 Street. Limited number 2V4. 5 and
B packing house
& 1' .nable ern kitchen. 2 brick-floored drain in kitchen central automatic
thoroughly Weden. Ilh..7 prcbes be.t also with the property or 10-acr tract (2OO to (390 per scr*,
and '
The IIdUI.. lit Cuselbml!Invited.phone Wmtr tile bsth. 0.1 floors. 1-car la.le I I LAKE FAIRVIEW-New block house. ; electric water h .te. and 600 ft. on Herman lo. for ocp.ne Phone 2-2009. term*. Jim M. CaldweU with Asher

Phone Bs.. 1. n. Roods for Rent Park '8. Brker. 6n. well 1.Dda.pd. lot with plenty 2 bedrooms large living room, all shoaer Venetian blinds. Unfurnished I Inc.. Broker.lle.61 N. Orange;GWD.dal Peter. Realtor, corner Central and
unfurnished BOOO. terms. Jamerson and
I&aeo & 112.0 i modern. this quick. I II' CarleriRealtors or 6660. 31ST ST.-1217: small bouse bedroom Main: 3-O788.
S IIS. .sh .
; good 7O E. Phone A. T. I
14. Articles Wanted CUDSK D-Ulatl.double r 3 bed terms. Weir 113.50 S.stm. 628 E Pine. 'I' W. L LDtD. Broke. l.ne. 9516. CeDta SUBURBAN-Some good pick ups: C b.t Owner enclosed porch; Ihrb SEVERAL TRACTS From 10 to 40
prng COLNITWN-BuDUlo. 4641. 2.40. "List With or.l''j rom block (2.100; I room orange tre. l.yt. t.D. acre While they last. (19 per
.dolllna .U comletely -
pip nU!.; vices; !!! room; -. .lepl. prch. of EAST SIDE 4-bedroom Colonial NORTHWET-B7. o.oer. 5 rom. fl.me. 4 lots $ .1el 5 room block 2', NEW 2-BEDROOM-l-block from bus. acre. 8. 8. Savage. Robertson Bulldinc.
lal ; .
AT ;
rd for mo' .U.f' CLOSE IN-908 Dr. Nicely Call now! T. K. Hastings home IH hardwood LAKE PN-Woerl bungalow on u siding; plenty iulte some rof I '(3,740; Hnrl other inexpensive Priced for quick sale. (1800. Two Ocala Fla.
GleDdon
E. Church. Pb furnished and h. on Lake 10.5. Rm. 6. Central ; 4237. wiU b.th.Ln1 rooms I 17. Living room j \.t. e. a.de. 2-2889. home.as as tood ones. C. U. adjoining tote if desired. Would ACREAGE.-JO acres east of Winter
diamonds 'epcord. Bus at 7703. R.ltl. Are.de large and airy. Has furnished. 9-room II with f&epl.ce; and kitchen; Pl 11.0. Broke.2416 N. Orange.5644.SEBRING. j sider house trailer in trade. .a Park on main highway near Oo.4-
AQt aY. o CLOSE to school bus. tile porch heat attached ga- NORTHEAST Shores. St. .
prices. CA8SEI.BERRY Azalea Lcd,. I-H.Dd7 distance. garage apartment in rear that returns ; ; two-bedroom SECON-Atrct" F-2-tl borne of'' Corl."d H.n enrod.-$2.00O 27 tots on Winter
.o hh. .tre. G rage. Exclusive C. P. i Garden highway at Park Rid**-
.1 hol.IPe Loan. American Plan Botl riding hone P.m eOD $55 per mODth Price. 118.0. 11.75. ; 140 N.t pre-war construction. Complete with i i imodern 5 finest e rdloD. bedrooms. ACRES On lake. 6-room. (1.200. Geo. H. Klttredg Realtor
D 82.RI.ltr O.D., 30 -
Ishlnc. ; "
Cob. b.Dt I Ma Winter bedrooms 1.11. fros porch. G t. J.menn. .ne. C.rr. R.l. dial furniture. Well located large > b.th.Ore.t roms..H.r- room home. Garage 2-3176.
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service porch. 2 Nice tor lot. and sell. fon. .p.reD
Immediate wo FrDld.
PII. .n4w.
A f1W a k .i < ) 9916. j i completely I (7.500. (1.500.(.MILAltamonte
MT. VERNON AWfUL home. '1.5. 82,800 mortgage at (2C ." C.rel .P'bw.t by appointment.M. us .
!I LAKE FRONT 9 miles out. Cement kitchens. 54. Lots for Sale
166 Lot 85
ft. front-
MIL Bewell-Thitrmond la new house. By the per _"IO.Huckei- DUBSDREAD-Under construction; 8. Verlo.e. 29 Church 1 1St. eUIp
hlta e R.ltl. i Springs Office. Phone
.el. block furnished; 8 I street and
315
Realtor 118 rom. deep
W. Pin Bt. Dial O'Ne.1 ; 3 rooms dinette and bath: frame; bUDI.I. Phone 7833. f ft
t 400. MONTANA "V118; double rooaT; Price C42OO. Garrabrant. Overspin 4 bath.for furnace. running down to pare sand Winter Park. 919O-M. Homer SeweUManager. BUSINESS LOT In College Park fact

private eDtn i 2353.COK Drive: next to riding s .ble. .cre of land. (20000 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE.-A cosy. :! beach on beautiful Rex Lake Beern. Hnckel-O'Neal. R.lt crowing business district. This par-
COTTOJt RAOS Clean. Satisfactory MINNESOTA PARK-If you are look- .Itb am. terms. Hall Brothers completely furnished, 2 bedroomhome. Fruit, shrubbery, finest possible surroundings. 118 E Robinson; dial 2-375. I tlcalar tot faces 2 streets a fine Investment
price paid. B the Shop Foreman. mattress; .VI 1411lrPD 4-bedroom home. here It DUBSDREAD SECTION-2-bedroom Agency R.lwn 12 N. Or.D.C. 5189. Gas equipped kitchen and we- I An outstanding at or a good busnles* location.
Pressroom. bra. pry la. Lane living room with fire pl.c.Il.o.O. buncalow. nicely furnished including beater. 1 bedroom suite. I t:7 In-1 I Only 81.850 liberal Thelma
8e.mO Ilegei: ph. Ule.ZWoD financed. I 'e t.1 Pie 818.000. Realtors EASY room frame home: oa term
to electric kitchen. TM
complete Price. '
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EO LAKE FROWL-Home. crove. condition. Large lo& .excellent vtted. Sammie ; at door: near Kincaid with Carrican Belaad.Ine .

watches. Je.e. e INN family-Now. opD Room yon 81Ie.el". '0 SpIne R.U7.. Co.. 8500. terms.70 E.Jamerson Phone and Carter.T. ideal site for fishing camp Ali O.for 10.0.Call R. Lennon with "0 room 4. Central FrDclo.41.1 7407.SOUTHEASTSECTION7roorn P.Ye"d re'.toe.; 8 Itr.: nice 672 N. Orance phone 8-4551.

cash a W can e.br 4.lt Just like home. (22eekly. CLOSE IN-Comfortable 2-bedroom Re.ltor.tl C.rr:Cen'ra A nice lake connecting with St. "ob lnI'. 29 Walto Di furnished tot. Excellent for a5.5. call BEVERLY SHORES-Build your new
J..e. 3 W. Church. .. A I near Devi 2-1993. Gould with Jobn.tA home to this restricted area. Location
"a1 9111. for res- home R.r. pl.c hou.
; ample DELANEY ST.. .or Lke
used stoves; ice boul Pe closet fohe U bt 240 rooms; all th is (IDn.ta.tDI'1 I NORTHWEST-Here is a house our Price ( us Broker. 6 W. Curch means valu Select your

FI me Call you er.toD.Dt AND SINOLt for 2 .pc. B pre..1 m.trla utatle stores.paved 10.4; bu line; le.1. with Fairish Rll Et.t. I It. salesmen are really enthusiastic place w. K. Price. Broker 246 UI'1 NEW HON 2 tile b.tl 4 homesite today while large lots are

MIL W* prices. SewellThurmond For information rooms telephone efficiency blob unit with tile cDtr.Price t.n Ix BSt.r.ET I E. Pine; 2-1646. about. It i* a two bedroom bungalowwith Oranre Ave. Phone 6385. bdrom. b. of hea till available. Walter W. Rose Inv.Cv. .
W. Pine 3-3115. Ana Goodwin b.t. SIDE-Attractive 9-room bun Ranch Type I I an extra large sun porch which house rlun. lakefront 49 N. Oraoee Ave. Grain Mann
hnta C..1 UNDERBILL DRIVE- "ul.nt b..Uful
St. Dial ____] 112.1. front porch; hardwood floor L PN-r..I. roof. Abso- could used at a third rom ; a office 3356 N. Orange Ave.
4. Inc- Broker; 677 N. Orange; b leplD with two tots. Telephone pie.th
1201 29TH tile partly furnished bUD.lw. SP.1 Pic. 120.
ST P dial 9849. b.t ; nicely built space .IU one and a h.l b.t most exacting. McKervey .
FURNITURE WANTED Any quantill. ap as you John R.l COLLEGE PARK-3 hIgh lots corner
59' Sot.
When ,. ready t a 1. room b 9-room and 1.Dda.P. 36.9:. Pine terms.: P.rr would have built i. Many redeemingfeatures The pre. IDcude. klthDe.lpmeD WINDERMERE 5-room 64 E. C.ntr.l.IEnOAT. both sides paved. tl.SOO. O. C.
CI INe. b.t R.1 Et." 2184.ES half and dl. cot..e.
tall 2-OSJ1. Cochran1 as fall bath tile .c Stewart, Realtor, O'Neal Arcade .
hoe porch; close furnished. Screened porch:
7-L.. Rental Agencies ll' ar"D t property consls- Approximately room site on a double lot. .hower .
Btor 1019 W. Church. SIEIco'e bath maid toilet. I&1 9788.COLONIALTOWN
(tore* (2500 fruit Lot 15O x 75.
d01 has and nice lawn. Sew tn. C
GOLD We prices like rent. b.lnc up and down 20OO M. ft. floor spsce. 10x20. glsssed fn' 'rel Lake R. Fuhrman. THIS 1 tot. 90 150;
OLD x
p Jlb'. JtNDLORDS-W* will supply you desirable C C Brke. Ph duplex for has 2 sun porch lane this 12.00OOO. CU O'Harra- Ix 13. -
for dod free of charge and 114.CAY and e.c a nest bdom I oerlll".u'la Moore Realtor. 2-2380. 109 E. Pine. I, WINTER PARK New stucco bungalow -, cash or trade for;ar. Orange Blossom
broken teeth silverware.Berkman tl.lt rom l.k. lk .I CODn. College P.rk-el, 2 bedroom. tile Trail, tote. 72 a 175: on highway;
phone and bath cottage in furnished: living
Sons. 139 M. Oranse. o1.UOI .your rear. Pe that "it NORTH SIDE-2 bedroom frame bUD ro will handle.
b business section. 722 Citrus Ave.
bllao.
& .D7. Vda Real Jt.g Aseney.B all 814.000 00. Call Peter with day for the price." 2-1993. Fen- I alow: 2 nice room kitchen and Careful b.t $.0
OFFICE MACHINES and furniture I 2 e.n Bt SEON-Lk view du- O'Hsrra-Moore 109 E. Pine. 2-231. nell. Broker. 6 W. Church. wen arDe prche. trim throughout. Set to center of Guernsey and Green Inc. COLONIALTOWN X 142 f t : very

We pay coed 1. Cel with 1 VE find a rental] L. plot -ere SIDE-See this two .rd .bul b.I.I 33 h..U7 b.nll citrus trees. City Broken good homesite. 1250. Henry Burch.
G.Stuart. 13 SL Phone for I *. Veteran* condition. 01 IH5. EST bungalow .Urel.more LAKE a IAHOse.r)mssonry.HIView.Move 3 Theater In Brole. OPplt. 17.8.1 ..te. gas electricity. ( .9OO. 41C'AGEDmihe. Broker 12 8. Main: 2-1090.

111. Real = ford to ole. Act quickly.See than l\u.l footage. The i with fire Quick J. LDdon Rlwl.WAKG COMMERCIAL CORNER Ripe for
ZPt S CO Mark with lu.r room p-OD
OFFICE ac.acaczs-w. are badly G Rat.lU rooms are the bdrom. .IYl O. C. 6836. development approximately 152 enBletih
in need typewriters adding machine 48-1. Beach Rentals N. W 3-1464. affords ample atnl pla. .Ste..r 2-etory; near Lake Blvd. 53' on Gore. (1000.
o dig Arcade 575$ 4
.tl. NORTHWEST DITAC
ftn Hishest price eight c.paI R.lwl. O'Neal el pre. (1.5OO.. terms, cash will handle balance terms. Own
paid. Main. MMBDtGER out because prD. O.De CIRCLE-Guest house. 9 I bdrme. T. J. L dial 2-4. er 437 Revere St.
hDer. 22 WE HAVE a few room available for .dcUD.l bro nowrequired. LUC 1 old. partly furnished home 116. tr.
CLOSE IN-Vacant. 6-room bungalow 4 b.t 2 .p.reDt ; phone 2-3983 NEW a year
and March. American brom. tile floor I. HOME8 DUBSDREAD 200 ftoa paved
Pic 11.0.0 Uao of gas r'D'a
hbre ..
SEWINQ electric the "Bathing Garage; fruit D17 f.ne e.rl 11. E. brom b.U buy
on ae.1 der.t. Dh. O.Hr.-Wr Ra' screenedporch street; cornering on coif course;
W r.h' .
; 1.11 and. .. Call Paul., Ocean t. "rl.. Broker.(4.350..4414 terms.W. tor 2-238. 10 P.. ter 13th.; .lk 132 ) MO faa, owner leaving the U.lot I 2137.W GAE RAO 2fc Ave-house Winter et (2.40O. App1 1870 Indiana half or whole (10 per foot. Knight

Lods. Cocoa B.c Florida rhurch. EAST SIDE Owner leaving city 6977 lrke. B W.I t* 75 fo Ask for the price ct7 lU lel7 bed Prt. Broker, 5034.DUBSDREAII.
D 412.CI wants to sell .plDdl furnished 2- 01 2-2' Hall Alene. R.ltn 112 N. room block hu b.n.1 at 2. AUCTION SALE-'Private bids). We COUNTRY CLUB section
WEG OPET "C 19. Business Rentals "AVE. Must be sold at bedroom modern home. 1.1. LCAT PARK EAST-2 blU Orange 581.lORTASubub.A 850. Turn fn' 10.4 beyond are offered ".2-.1s"; unfinIshed -large tote tow a* (4S5. easy

water pump shop m e, kick- oc lovely 3-bedroom home; Terms. C arena u.k. Realtors; 43. bUDI.l.; fale. tl. c. "Y. Central City Bag .. 2-91 but Furnished new terms. Py monthly. Rave tot paid

en. Swap Shop. 120 W. Pine. OFFICE SAC for rt tteno- oak floor solar water he.t b.o EAST SIBoaret block clay bom for loleu SIDE-5-room frame b.l. duplex. 4 rooms each aid; outside for when building material become

WASHING preier- .ph .D (ervic*. t la".pd l 'S cl tile rof. bUI.low. 2 tile; pr ele'r .t. .D bus. to Winter WES in good condition. city; H-block of bu Rave been of- available. Property la this hIgh case

red. Writ or call Atlanta 1 Dcbon' 43 Orante.SINGLE w h.ldl. I. Z"3 all furnace ; of el.l.bm rm and water be" D b.u l return .of attractive stleets. le.1 aoL Immediate oc it feted(4.500(15 per .ek. Who W m section U bound to Increase rapid

Av*., Orlando. : OFFICE In new office build- Look. 874501 Now call T. I H.UI." .wr. oel*foe t busi small estates we a U tP.De. 11. afurhe. J. M. .? Owner 9644. la value. Bay today ahead of this

eleotrie. log on OD. Ave.. with parking COUNTRY CU SECTION-Solid Realtor Rm. 6. Central lr.de; Nor 9t makIng special two bath I Rbe 11 811h Blvd- laeresse. We have some beautiful
MACHINE blol
WELDING .at. facilities brick bungalowbeauti- leu pr bd lane tote right on the golf course.
; Carriian. Immediate sal*. this the with 820
m.DDe
Florida Iron Dries p.ot R .
IO 2-4441. ful oak floor til* bath til* 8 five of land fronting ASTOUNDING V la Water lights sss and bus vatlabl*.
Ave.. Winter Park. d.1 FERN and Open extra buy mortcsce. more than acres WHiTE PARK-Very attractive and ALt a I
board la kitchen steel a. daily C Rd..o.. .0 I8S.. $5 on a picturesquelake will 3-bedroom home. Owner i clean n Paved. Cardigan e> BoUnd. Owners.

W BO used furnitun. Call us b 50. Wanted Rent buy la Orlando. Roper Co.church .. Thelme Kincatd with H. P. Boland 2 M.i charm the f.m who .wh live transferred and will sacrifice. For which could be arranged for S or S 672 N. Oranse. Csrric n Bidg.j

f.el. Orl.no Furniture c t and Main A".de: 2-33. Realtor. 672 N. Orange; dial 2-4551 LANCASTER PAK-B..Wu "out from t. It is priced to pre and ter.. see today Wr. B. IPI rooms or good for 3 apart 2-4551: evenings. 32534.

IL Church ph APT. WANTED-Small apt. for 1 COLLEGE PA-wr forced to r. uqat17 fulh. teU. Call Humpfer with O'- DI 36 Edinburgh Dr. Phone meDt. There i* a lane living room EAST SIDE Beautiful building lote
83. leave sell lovely ImegOD 4-1 Hsrra-Moore. 109 E. Pine. Park. kMchen end end 475. See R. A.Jones.
refined cirU. ] 23827ttter c17 DR.-Cypress bungalow 2-2. 267-1. ro erenel Priced at (379
WE PAT highest cash prices for old 5:3.wk. Ca bungalow e 3 bedrooms ('ep1 I FUN plus sleeping porch:; with CSTensuth. Realtors; ORLO new cottages. 3 WINTER PARKRestricted east see- bAth up and o. do. Broke!. 3121 Conway Road
diamonds and diamond JewelrY tile with tub and lle rom. VITA street stairs. Double(garage with Phone 5744.EDGEWATIRHE1O1TS'l4I. ___ _
1 large tote.
any City Ducate A.-me duplex; after March Pr no ao.er. rear prch in; fitted for LAKE PJ-e a chart ro pe1 f.mlhe fo 11..S UD, P.Ye Two in rear. ManyVlnut Believe It
v. feet
NcU couple; Nlr1 la.a. L.. .ub Open front porch; fruit from story borne win hC v.Ur on vae moero masonry bua.l.. or not. this _. ;; enReadies
lOI
". Grant at pr.DI mit lld. proverty toes fur-
.e Co cr. Oar no revelry. Pfe East Realty Co..ffP.E. 8 O Br' close b?suitable for guesthouse take a lot of ttvia'". 3 spacious I P. '593.ORW. _ Tile bth porch: .cDI nlihed for only (7600 a. !. Just off Adair Boulevard.
steel All
casement O street. assessment
Dtra unfurnished e.1 Tae Paved
Fuel 0 and Wood C00n.1t1. 203 reasonable places COLONIALTOWN YO can move (9.4OO.: furled $10.5. Harold V. bedrooms with cross .a DU0 2 MAO-R SEN3b pr'led sills. May b conveniently with S..ld. Lodia 0 paid. All of tote 9 and 10. part of
Ss ( r".IMr. Ix 8tl. H-4. tile baths lavatory and K. Mala 2*
p.de rm moer balaow n S9SOO and 14 Block 10. OO front
and Ill per
APT. OR HOUSK by veteran right into this wn fur 6 Condict Realtor. 37 K. Central. 137.FISHINO Furnished beautifully I nice) tot fl.l. aW5. Kenneth toteS
and
FUEX. OH. Can now for prompt room frame home t..b0& Wt sbrb good .3. in- Broker. 19 England foot. Ow r, Usncel Lavrtac Ph
wife. MJ.T. graduates; I lo clIUD Close to Orlando. Wen equipped balance lew
permanenresident klkheD 1.0 .
o Winter noun.
Kerosene and fuel Screened front CAM 14 A.e. 4161 busIness
cm o 11. Pleasure W. Realtor P.T. %
; Pr Price. Broker. 831
8O2L D d. o pWa inc porch 7500. 1.0. ne. D7 tret I NllA. WINTER Hom alt.
t.nDb p .Sanderson N. Or." ; our finest suburbanlakes. 2-161. PARK-Attractive 2-story LAKE FRONT ofacres.
R S39. Allen 140 N. Or- 51.PAVnW.SHORrlDd S' Mediterranean 51-L Lake County Property to deep
O Br" JohDI. R.lr. For appointment call Ray 12 and 16 South: type home one block Pavement <-'ear lake.
OIL ejuaaty A.PT.-or h couple with no chil ; la Hom..MCNAY & OHO ST.o. from Course with lane citrus tree. Ei.-
FUEL and Covered -
.rt .De Spl.IID. Lennoa with Joe O. modern 8740 G University
economy 0 fumishe da.pU. hraD&Desper o Apk. l.R.lwl.2 4 frme hon.. room CiTRUS GROIl.v.- Clermoat rea. tricity. Prte (2750. Mr. Lane w a
'W. Washington dining
for your .14 or office. Phone 411*. Is 197 st.r.i DITC-e.oft mel: house Uumlse 2 adjoIning I 1.1 e.i bl.De IS mo. 759. Cub.rom den 8clu k.thm.hn.bedrooms, Again this tocrilt>vJiM confirmed Herman Ooodwia. Int. tinier (77

Orlando Fuel Oil Co.. Inc. i A.O BOUpl and well- Ct. b.D.lw P..e port ''lpr.te. 12.0. i LAKE SILVER SECTION-An exceptionally OCEAN FRONT HOMTre bed domtal.. 2 bedrooms U Its reputation In. srrfi citrus ln< N. Orance lUal 9855.
phe. wenbuiltroom brickbungalow.
FUEL line home Permanent cochen. br fur I GROVE AND HOME-7 cr funbearinc 101 falh tiled Partially furnish PractIcally .eoVl dmc LOTS iiffl45 Height Tare VI
Ca. ae17 cool in Summer and warm *
fo fortunately .
01pl& in locates
and bv
employed with national not hurt in recent ed. Call are We
con- crove. la. Wright fO
Cc with
nished. (9.000. David wu4moreland
a 1u. Br Cen cern. M. Wo 7126; bUe.ho 118 tr. Beel"e.LRatn cold; good home. S r.bath: 10 hi WIat. 2 b tile bU Light mile South of Ade.. : Winter Park. : sale a number ot excellent groves I St.east Pr4$55Q of p. Llndberg.on 25Ji.

tl P.KM. he 0 C or ( house 3 and Rbt dll acres In an. on bard road in l J lDd.a 1. Priced at $1.0. o tl4.OOO.OO WINTER P 69. this territory at attractive prices. dial 2-0818. Broker.
1 Pt. T.a. A. .1 fo 1 2-375. nice community at tlO.OOO. this a near .IU bcb pm unfurnished- P 10. Saen tc AR2be 4- eluding young and ;
of des- I .1e fal be-
W pours while 1 bay* .At. COLONIALTOWN (11.5OO. Built very buy. Can Brock Priced for .tk e. rPd. Sifford. Inc- Rl S bom bl .ph toe groves. Let- I "-. T-w Mr** cloM to Wiikter -
deliver Carter 1400 p.tl! Call 1-15. 1941. 2-r semi-tile bath; lo and Sl w Realtor I ph Ave, D7o h Fla.ORLANDO room c; rom A Brown Company. Phone Park. I400 oa lak$. (4000, half
8 p. call 6947. A. OR ROUSE-Permanent rest attached garage a casement window 672 N. Orange"eDD.. d AVE.-103 aU 2-bedroom. Lane well landscaped cU.Choice 3371. Clermont. R. cash. Also 3 acre on lake e-.au to
*. Adult Furnished and blind Lane .. neighborhood. Priced Lola Flr. Orlando excellent (oil. (2000.LANCAUlUt terms.
0 Uo HYER furnished 1 251.LN enclosed sleepIng porch; screened I 1U8'tIZ-.Close in. 6 bath.
Broker. 2-O672. I room prank Moor
*7. Fertilizers and Soils DIshed; In or 6.lt Royal. .D 533 N. Westinorgia4.
2-m lp l tl4. P- IBAJtl redecorated corner large l citrus small Dial $720.
Reference fur Prc clt O.01
lDo Ph a18 Pn Nicely located near Owrags. -I loer o T WELDONA Here is a five room 1 make
COLD SMOKE P best COLONIAL SECTION 3-bedroom ahade. C85OO. =How co tile roof. 2-car l OW. co bungalow on a fin* high tot- rustler. dupl. 1. PARK Comer k'J;
everything in U f Maste! frame bungalow: oak floors ard. 3O6 N. Main: ll. lDp plot to a restricted ORANGE BLOSSOM T.w 3 someone can occupy at once b I iSTIS.-ctarags Fa. lakeview. Low price for qukk sale
Boil &ea. Brook AAn 2 basis throughout living room Realtor; bedroom home comfortable In both apartment rooms Owner 342 Cathcart St !!
1 phone'1' :
la. 6' 7el7 dm.I.kka ; : will tull 9 fruit loca-
off 1920 trees good
Just :71 provement that surprise you at :
HON" fU
B Summer
Dr. phone 6314.PDI. close in busline. S. for the
0. near Ca 2'11 be.t. ao. bU &4 and bath 2 only (4.75O. McKervey. Real Estate.I It need. "tlD c 4000. B. W. Bat1.Rat. f.AKLFRONi': LOTS.3oo ft. 56.000.
DT-nr. $1.50 yd; ext pr. c frDt (2SOO.EARDLNQ 64 E. CentraL .mOa'. o 16.0. no re 300 ft. $7,500. 200 ft. l kev..wacre
screened porch SlS 4 O.D. Ea P
ea new roof> .n.
also mixing and veter, .IU.Wp. Lad P. 1. i lees. s2.ooo. (- *. 600 ft. lake
plMterin Ph. UCNC AEp17e I scaped l Wt fr .14. RAm north of I ADAIR SECTION Modern OHLA3IDO-liewly built hm wU I taUn1 famished and d.1 front***. (8.000. Herman Goodw
3.PUTnr a .e Idut offer City Hlch beautiful lake frontage EUSTIS-Lake Piwat Property. New ,
i tr.d. t Wel Pil O'H.rWoe Inc..
Ko Ph. Broker,
any A pu. 2-321. System. 628 Pl 4641.COLLEGI I way. 2 garage apartment on lots and new. Close to schools and business fine location; f cooking equipment i 122.109 Pn. Ran, 61 with bath. Cash (9.SOO. B. 6o.LORNA. 677 2. Orange; dial 9853
01 fl dirt. HOUSE-1 or 2 unfurnish x lights and (5200j and modem respect. Owner 4O* Orance !
t B b
PARK This 3-bedroom ,6 13 w.tr FIRST and HOt. R.lt
: Home
B. 102. Xkha ed. Adults: resident i bungalow was built in 1941 U attractive j t.t. section. Hot water heater and say* let it go for 01 12. McKelvey l T. 0P. Colonial Ave.. E..t F.. pb 30-Blue. DOONE-10 tots. (1.000 **ca.Dubadretd. .
phone > Please write Box I
:R1. 211 8ta. clean and located on a 1 Large 4 room Real CtrL home and Garage Apartment EUSTIS-4-room bungalow; 2 bedrooms 4 lot (650 each Cash.
RAW MUCK-M to 100 acre*, cap- BOOB or Apt. fle Couple ao street of beautiful home Price of ,I BMON.t1 he.'E-18.Ite ill* bsth IPe better Included. $6600. 100% FINECASTLE$ rooms and Best residential &e sleeping porch: good re-, Terms a* low aa (loo dowm. Broken

able of drainage &nearby lakor e.no P. rfc- 810.6OO Include kitchen e1pmeD&I lea gsa heat. t down to- Why b.t I Lake Zola. This a o. 4eDl ban fn' tree M I protected. Phone 3-1141.

n. State iU price. B \ Wn Ecker. _25. Allen Johnson. R.ltl. 10 o I crt aew. Immediate potietitan. least t aLL Phone 3-3823. IS _. with Gent J I FeanelL Broker. I W. 22 n .;I
213, I C:113 ,
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I Cent from. Preceding Far?! 56. Basinets Property for Sal I 11LAKX 60. Business Opportunities 'I Mister Breger 73. Auto Service I[ 75. Autos for Sale |i 75.< _Auto for Sale_ i ((0rlanb0? tntinr1

M Lota fO Sale DOT-Beautiful view; goeat 14 I GROCERY and living oaar near f TOC.TI aEABrk 4 door 1 2-door "".D. ra- '
bus. and C1C-138 YOO-l9 ThUR., FEB. 20 47 PAGE tl
home: 10 room furnished. 7 bedrooms i Olndo on n.r ,>, tire priced rightChIns ,
LOTS-Orang.. Av*.. 110.Princeton furnace heat nice large front 'I 1 Reduced for quick sale. log: motor rebuilding: ,rl1ld- f f rubber.and original black finish 8995 Used .o 142 N. Garland. I i :

School _t1 teetlon. porch garage, close to Sunshine Park 1 KlUIncer Realty. 2-2852 or 2-1. team cleaning: welding. CM u I 1 this week only R 8. 101 W. phOPf 24347PLYMOUTH 1 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale
MOO. CD any o t theSe and Auditorium. Always coed for GAS STATION and living quanta time payment plan. 0 M C. Central phoae 529S E.Y: for t _

tot*. Tom M ED. Broke. 1407 &com estate property offered at *tj I only three blocks of Oan.* A... f I and Miller Trailer Dlrlbltorl Tel:<-: Vlna.i : 1941 4-door n.dmn !i MOUSE TRAILER-218 Rational excellent -

I Washington 8 C&311 And clai price far immediate sale A good for o eral Truck &!q1men' c 2319MaSse i i : A-l condition, original black finish j condition, new tires rtrie >
.p CHEVROLET-1939 sedan '
for Tom Good Income property equipment and : dial Web'1 one ef the few good one that
l' brakes with all
equipment p
Da. Beautiful high a me* term SamJohnson makn five-year fart 81. I I caliy 1st di aa. B left for further iDor.u ph for Immediate sale
UCT laU.111.. I. 1:0.i Will at IH"1 90 Ui
TS a JJS. in 2 1.1. Foshee. 73-1. Auto Farts Accessories tc.R.m1. Wilson at Palms Trailer Park
1' U U t r 808 W. Central Ave : PAC- IIZppr" t-or i
restricted fI. section. LOTW. Church and Clear Lake Ft, I I --i I I
ad he.tr.
Rdio
'
p LASALLE -
below COMET MOTOR -1937 pirk-up tract >n
the 2250. and AUTO PAINTS-Any color In lacqueror STR 14. green beautiful 1
Mattress "dl0' M.rket clo. car or
Co.
.. i Beautiful red i .r be used for towing (45O r
O11L Realtor 128 a I dlt7 I,
N. Ool.phone exchange for grossing $2750 enamel. Th time U now. the H.aY only (1795 R En. e W. Ceo-
BD.1 R
oUe t. ttres Immediate delivery. Sale A Service Boone and S.
4147. and fixture practically place Smith and lit. tral Av Phon. .
property. 815 W. Central Ave. I I 1' ventory PIt Lacquer Co. '' Even W. Central 4321.I I.I t31 ask for Sis ph 4401IYTESNATIOICAL4h
.
after 436 S h 6 Wynn _
LAKE FRONT LOTS-On Lake Emer er* price. O.De. er. quality andprices
ald. shady knoll surroundedby ROBINSON AYE. E. R.t 1-8., business la same location : meet: 2-0531. I I CADILLAC 1941 "62". New seda- I | ton pi-, I
B.h innrabl* title Ouest bouse i. years wishes to retire will sell I AUTO COVERS-New. an nette. Mut sell today or tomorrow.Will !I PONTIAC 1941 6-eyIinder streamliner i A good track for any kind ef .' I
(500 11., OtWU Owner. beds. Income over 8300 month (157SO. ,- j, ness and real estate or business alone. J .SET covers. SpotlIghts plu. I.i. Holly-Robson. 212O 8.1 i 2-door. seat covers, heater i I er work S295 Evans BargaIn f
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phone 7407.krm i dec some terms. Loren O. Dunn. Convenient terms t responsible per- \ ti fsns fibr Orange Blossom Trail. 'and defroster less than 20 000 miles j corner Garland and Amelia. pl..inO

LAKK Broken 6 N. Brown: 2-1269. son. Exclusive Louis S Dolive. I -< N. Or.n.e Ave. Alt Stor. CHEVROLET-1937 The best seen by appointment. Phone 6530 I 4771 Ask for JIm MTJa.
FRONT lot -In k 2-or. I Gordon Oiflord.PLYMOUTII1o41.
l'tl I -
21 W. Washington. l-' < buy In be seen I
< cheap
Unusual. City Conveniences: CABIN COURT i Brker. 142. AUTO TRAILER-Covered Wagon. tIer! ;> 4.:
STICKLES -
: I ." : SET CVERT.lor Colonialand Lots ,
me at coupe cf ,
Fruit business and Seml excellent condition furnlsnei rssle <
Inv. Co. 006 GIFT SHOP best C.t' St.tl
of i leather
.t Ndene Berth Daytona oa : .de fltr wih I room in trunk Reconditioned
U.
and ,
Bal house trailer for sai j or fade for late model -*rSanorlan
BO6S. modern -j trim: or reasonable _
CIla D. dia Holly Bill. Fla. 5 phon
LANCASTER Overlooking bungalow 828.000. Owner 3om loUn on Hlway 1-1. Maltt : : i i 8043 al.te I I AND PL YGUS guaranteed. Radio .and beater sires i, Trailer Park between Or
PAK G t:5y'1Nct4.Lt.rr1.i\ -.J CHVRuS Heintselman Inc. 36 W. Livingston lando and SanfordWRITEl142
Lake most beantifnl T.n. Pa. I '' GENERAL TIRES and Goodyear Air- Col.e (0) Ave. phone 6159 _
q Dart of Park. Restricted area amon LUNCH and Soda Font aiD on root 1 ., Phone 2-0429. Orlando and I t.llc.b. MOO each. A 2va ton stake ger-ra!
loam
20 I
beautiful home Plum owner TOURIST AND SITE- 17 C i 478 In running condition Cash or PONTIAC-1942 club coupe Very Purpose track (499 Even's Bir
State
Auto BodyWorks
I
at 20647. 1. miles S of Orlando la heart of Isndo 81650 bb.I$37.50 rent j-iL -J' 1280 Orange Ate Winter Evans Bargain Lot call 4771. clean. Radio and heater 81.193 :i Silo Lot corner Garland and Anu.saphone .
a De. fast growing and prosperousdevsiopment. ; I I clean Beltzlm.a.. Inc 36 W. i 4771 Ask for JimWbfn.E M ''
LOTS Orang Blossom Trail. Few S acre tract S LAKE FRONT::::10 au.lovely home; ,i. I Park. Pa.I CHEVROLET 1934 coupe Ave. phone 6159. L1..sn I'PLYOUI91 i _
Riles _\ o OrlDo Choice 3 room wt .le.CDct. dock: grill 9 town; Ideal ex- 'i *' I I TRAILER wheel com Inside and out dr.es nice: rlc.1 TRPCK-1941 2'. 'n SIB
building alt hll elatoa 10O' onhiebway. frontase t.. Owner elusive trailer park O.ne. P. O. B .. LUGAGE canvas G. Van Camp. lent motor: 8225 J. I Smith. 3 convertible club chassis Equipped with e x-r --|

&ea. I De" I must leave- and o sell-below cost. 3185. Orlando; '1.0 cU < 0 't 0 Box 124 Tatt. Fla I Robinson. eVP.. Ne. : new tires. 1946 82Sx20 military type tires M- har .

dKre Roi A. Miller. Rat. Will trade or consider lit handle I CHEVROLET 1941 Special DeLuxe I 1-: Hetntzelman's Inc. rally perfect 8495 R S Eiacs 63
SPORT
tDC. TOPS-One day service 850 I 36 W .
at. Phone 24892.OAKMONT several houee I I 2-door Sedan. Radio and beater LYIDutoD Ave phone 6159 W Central Phone 4321_
tr.Uer j tailor
ST.-l0d1 with a I Write Dr. B B French. Rt. 1 B ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-Large. UP up for: sedans:made West seat Auto covers.Trim Shop.(25 : A very good buy at only 81195 R. S. PONTIAC; -6. 1946. 4-door. and WHI'lK TRUCK-1941. 4 vartf '

ipr.mt 655. in site suitable for stores. I in Orange County Duco Co.. 641 Evans. 00 W Central Ave. Phone 1 Travebte house trailer. 1946. both Excellent tires low mllracr f 3R
Ilk Lk. .e rr 1. trailer Th Lexington St. 6O12 4321 ana ask for Wynn. : 1 like sVXJO At Orlando i, S Evans 80 W Centra'' f..MU
Inl. 11.6. WINTER PARK Highway corner c.bl prk prp '
., Ralor. : Ml. 1'-12. ..r fine 1942-New Yorker sedan ]I tr"pa, south on Route 17 4321_
: Jot 1,20. Ideal IUu buildingsThis is : chance fora I TARPAtS1-. speci CRYSLR. and practically new Can I
ORWIN MANOR Larse corner lot. come 1941 CMC TRACTOR andl4 ft
IP'meDt In paid for. t cr .UUD.. Ne.utility home. income and t..tent. I 15x18 B F. Goodrich."110. 9x12.12x14 upholstery. Car rung like a scared I 700_ ._pm Walter D :hl.frnr.to i ii Fraehanf semi flat 5 ft s.rte mot '

1sT Ideal aD investment buildlnc block construction. Priced is priced right and very eaa ter. son and Garland &bm rabbit smooth and quiet. i PLYMOUTH-1940. 8775 Can transmission and dttfcren'ia' a }
or borne site, owner 803*. dais for quick sale. 130 N. Orlando responsible party. Ildu... 81.495. I S. Evans. 4OO N. Peel b* seen at 31 We Harvard Avenue new Excellent tire. '-iron ir> >
Inqu show TIRES All sizes for trucks and 4771 .
ORWIN MANOR-Nice lot tm Stratford Ave. Winter Prk. 2-2. for t automobiles phone 2-3 |I sod license. (2908. win take hs'I:4 er
i :
government
section. TOO. Many other lot* L Oh Real Ett. S 'UrIUL DESOTO 1947 convertible sedan completely home trailer tn trade: ph VI ur
ft W Tire Co. Garland PLYMOU-1939
for 1300 up. "ame". Hatt'Real 8 FT. FRONTAOX I hot basinet Insn; phone 7548. Rb L th.f SOO mlr. 8. .eup'l Pather.. Stonel'i Park 350-WX_ _
Doctor elu .
tor. 1317 I.UOI deDts albt' lVEORDRa SHIPPERS of j Fal. :4 .i: Packinghouse or 1nt. Bz 266. !I FRANK REED lies brand newe
ACLRR Depot." dial 7588. grocer; srom cur lrt You can stabUis your sam Tr.l. Maitland trailer as low an 11873 1 ? C-n
house for easy conversion to positionby WRECKER 2 booms: 2 I
cm supply your CANE 1941 solid nice 2 for the balance Large 5-
ORWIN yean
MANOR-Pest residential PLYMOUTH 1941
Ver Special DeLuxe
.rc- -
bination business and home hand .. DDE
owning the extra warm grove If you're sure no one here called the plumber it must sedan good. trailers low f )
tion. 79 ft. frontage; alt nel.b Bargain at 811.600 furnished; "Well. with cable booms raise eomplet I rnD. extra 4-door .d.n. Radio and beater ttfn ef used a* a?

1b priced to sell a 15. .k D Ddle, Realtor, 2-4745. described" under ia"Indian R.e en.araro. have been the people who lived.here before 1 I" and can be iwlveled. Holme 195. an offer.. Stivers-Pontlac. Clean tn out A bargain at I Why tin' rent? Ml N. Oranse E.J
62 W. Colonial Dr dial 2-2310. son Trail
V. Or.e. only 81295 R. S. Evana. W. Cen _
l3. Hold 'Rlwr. 44. Cocoa.Florida Hoe Chevrolet. 115 W. Central.71.AutosTrallers I e
37 1. Kersbaw. Aanc7. DESOTO 1942-Custom sedan. 4 door tral Ave. Phone 4321 ask for I

PALM site; TERRACK lake view-Beautiful and lake building fronts. PROBABLY THE BEST I PATE WAN- Experienced 64. Help WantedFemaleBOOXKEE5ZRCASHIIR (67. Employment Agencies I I Wanted I I new sedan app.r'D perfect., running radio conditon b.atr. PIERCE Wynn. ARROW 5-Clean REPOSSESSED-141 VetO cab ITCT

Attractive Carl pructon nec partner with priced k sale 81,395. R out; new tires: new paint tbou.h I engine (sleeper* tractor and 1340Klniham
200 ft. frontage 17-
prc.. Tede. Due for sale on US. conneclions. : for permanent BROWN'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY I 400 N. Orsnee. 5'1 .ame
31 perfect Ph. .
opr. Or.a. 2-2. 62 F.tb.Dk. A. maeh. position to operate ma Nurse's Registry. If you want I trailer This unit rn' Otgold.
SEVERAL COMMERCIAL and underpass). M oa 1610 .. I size or model Mr. DODGE-1938 4-door 8495 1936 Look
propr. Phone 5188 or .rt O.ne. chine. 44 hr. one afternoon per work come to 515 W. Central. iou s.a. R'I coupe I
trial lot Oi W. Central Avt. Price Drive by and look 1onr.. a.U 0 range Ave. week off. .ek... want help. cell 6326. I Stnn W. Colonial 9 a.m.. to I I S Evans 101 W. and drives nice Stomp down good .
tbU outfit and mists
1.hance Look
ever
l.ooo each, cash or terms. Clark modern eottasea. Rip for high das ment as ability Increase. Apply I 529. See MaClain.DODGE104l. one. 8250 J. R Smith. 33 Robinson -
Main Highway. Spacious E
F. Bryan. Owner. 130 8. Court St. motor Owner returning North.will RESTAURANT- 219 COLLINS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE I tapeS Not if sell business coup, equity :
elr and beautiful living quarters.Owners AUTOR you I offer Used Car Exchange 219
Orange Hotel Lobby. Phone 2-O237- 8ta.CLR and I us an
price and give fa sacrifice is Klttinger Nurses' Registry. Stenographers we pay top prices for ale. 8300 Radio beater road convertible j
your
TWO LOTS-One lacing .orabl tenna for quick deal. Asher Realty. 2-0074 or 'll. MAID for auehome: gUI bookkeepers, domestic help. i I Call 8597. 9767. after 6 and. lamps Ph. 8296. t to 80 pm. PLYOU-193 top. coup. 9-2882
Kr.ru Sund.l. .ondlto ne. i W Washington phone
Realtor Central and .; 6-day (10 and 28. 8 W. Church St. I
cor.
Circle west end Lake la Pter. 1et. -rley Wadsworth. 615 N. FORD sod 1942; ca-taxIcabs: and George Zalor 8 a m i
.utu lake .I. other a.ck. M.l 2.86 RMI PR who- Would like to lunches; 32 N. EMPLOYMENT :\I, CROSLEY. Austin or Bantam for t-or .d.n.194. For .ale. (hep. See to 8 p m Fairbanks and Park Ave. II .
,. PAK SERVICE I Winter
county # 1 Intr.t .t .. Park <
.O h.b.a -! rash. State make A.
Combined depth SO l1 in investing. Box 145 8t.r. COLORED M Experienced general I 1.ns work or ned year. condition Ct, 24 i
25 lee Good salary. price and where can FORD 1942 DeLuxe Custom
feet. Several grapefruittrees. 2-128 32 E. Pine. I I b seen t Box 4-or Sedan :: Torpedo !,
oak*, toll. Lights. OLD 8-ROOM HOUSE. 14 .cre.2 t RESTAURANT on Orange Ave. Phone 4301 or 'apply 81S Florida Ave. 204 S-Stsr Don't overlook this bargain at only I P'JCor reconditioned: 4

wonder.U.bl.. Coun grove. 1200-foot .. good all yean a dol 69. Work Wanted-Female I CE.N IRAL FLORIDA (1095 R. S. Evans. 60 W. CentralFORD Body and Interor ]LOANS LOANS LOANS
cUI watr. baae. COOK-Good plain cooking: no pastry j MOTORUs I
Phone 4321 and ask
in Aye. for Wynn
ross state blshway; elsie ; I trade i
car demands prfe eODd.tl.
two left of ( ot Wont last I 8pe.1
01 12 1.0 .nuu.l ipn.nce. : must be settled middleacedlady Jd er.I ( .
fo both. Brouier. '5 .o: for tourist eour trir park long at ni lw Pone Z-6 Z. ; hours: permanent BOOKKEEPER Per.nent thoroughly therefore we would now like to pur- 1940 convertible that looks Ba..n Lt. corner
son Drive. Phone 2-2561. .ull.lll 2-193.olt Take co T B. Sanitarium PUoa; smallaccounts I' chas your used. car. Only five on good and runs just dandy Stivera- Garland for Jim and .Amelia, Ask BORROW BY PHONE!

WINTER PARK Seven beautiful 6 W. Cur.b RESTAURANT-Beer and wine. (Col- off at HighPoint._ and,or part time .orl. i P.. Haican.makes Ph.us want ,our. See. L I I Pont.c.. 62 W. COIOU.1 D. dial' M1.

building lots on Woodmere Dr.. between ored.) Income over a week. FOUNTAIN and help: 2-242. Night I STDEBAKER 1942 "Plldent" CALL, US-THEN STOP
WE 3 COMMERCIAL properties : H for BOOKKEEPER-Payroll clerk general -i weekends Overdrive
FORD 1948
Tuaeania D. and Temple Dr. V fixture and quarter experienced cood 2-31 Super DeLuxe club cup. ru'o.
By ..?. Fairbanks Are.. Stok. cash or terms. Chrisman Real hours. SanJuan Pharmacy. oince work. Thoroughly experlenced. ; D. >ER-IC. wants to buy your coupe 12) Like new low mileageJim .. Cumbie Cars Inc. 9O4 J*. IN THE SAME HOUR FOR
Winter In Orlando and one 1 PineCastle Entate. 375 N. Orange; 6823. Address Box 208 S-Star.- i auto or tck will pay highest Cumbie Cars, Ic. 904 N. Orange. I phone 2-4521
Park
BY OWNER Writ P. O. 1458 i FOUNTAIN OIL experienced; no cash price D. VarnerInc. I Phone 24521.FORII4. STUDEBAKER 1946 4-door champion THE CASH I $30 to (300
Sunday or Bailey'sPharmacy : ; .
Bz at attractive .
C South. 3 Porn (850 kn C.r1 I Court and .ork CASHIER experienced; phone 2-10. studebaker e'.n Service convertible coupe Just I or trade for 1941 or older
each (950 Pe. 234 W. Central A. Pbon 2-3153 and car. Ask for JobnsD. old
Charmont Sub. 4. each. Id".te.
: RESTAURANT Situated la
lke le" hrate.$1.95.
Chabet Mike Flower. 33 8. Main HOUSEKEEPER Unlneumbered Apopka and .
Fairbanks A'... (750; Killarney \ Irr, 111. SPOT CASH lor used R Evans 101 W. Central I Ad.1 mile
C sive large payroll woman for 2 COUPLE-middle aged as crtae, PAD your car A. north of Yes Get cash quickly on your Signature
cle Bub. 4. (395 to (550 each: .It St. Phone tars to working class: doing excellent ; care .ma. cul. .0 of apt. or house. Box 195 8tar. See J. C. "Your Pa.t.r. phone 29 S McClain Auto or Furniture Can today
bearing fruIt trees. 12. volume of busine. with low overhead I l.uDd room ; I Dealer." 342 N. Orange AY. I FORD 1942 Super DeLuxe club BRAND NEW SIMCA Convertible I
for capable party; pi GENERAL OFFICE WORK; typing, 5147. coupe: 4-cyiinder
Sood 4 forward
WANT lot In Tours ; teats ; approximately A clean car throuthout Jim I speed
for (365 Colonalt.a' Sl.OOO per month. Owner needs 230.I I experience in dealing with the pub .oup. transmission. Very economical to ,
107$ TREMENDOUS VOLUME makes U Inc. 904 14 Orange
Pine Castle. P.ca Wrt B 57. Real Estate Exchanged I r.t. Will sell building equipmentand I LAB TECHNICIAN-Experienced. for lic. Young lady, permanent I possible for the World's Largest I phone -C.r.. operate Equipped with new spare tire I GFC LOAN COMPANY
all for only S850O and will Doctor office. dial reference Call and Priced well under
cost
assist .bel at
Plea Auto Dealer
2-411 2-11. to pay you more for
I lots, one or all. rea FORD-1941 Convertible Robinson Phone 6735
BEUIL ORLANDO RESIDENCE for grove. 2 purchaser getting started. I today.MAID. 'I Cub COUI. (895 8 101 W. Central: I I 71 East
your used car Will buy an make Ey.n
i S j or
Trent Broker also HOUSEKEEPER cook White lady New paint new tires
,an.ble.. Of laado Are. a.an. Park. lor7rom frme. bath with Mark with Oeeslin. Realtor for general housework; good I II '1 local reference and health model for considerably more than I good condition Jim Cumbie Car rI;: phone ; 1. see V.1
31 Wi"l cad.
618. br..ku Greens rol ,( double N. M.I; 2UDt.KTAtFl I cook; good salary. '1 Park Lake Corner Keystone and Michigan Ave i market value R. S. E..ns 101 W 904 N. Orange phone 2-4521
Pe um.c ,Circle; 8689 I'I. | I Crntral. phone 5296VISED 76. for Sale
TWO BEAUTIFUL LOTS in Winter .arage; corner exposure. '. just Traier-Trucks
tee and clear. Owner phone Institutional work; expert-: LAUNDRY-any size bundles. Fast ) EXCHANGE-Used cars I FR1131 busnr. coup.
a 150. i .
on NURE. CA J. R.
Pak e.c 1 best offer come \ ter Park. 756. .JO ajn. until 1:0 WIa equipped, good mental and nervous die-!I service. Building 20, Apt. t Carver See u before you cell Smith.f.Un' E. be.re. 15 '; AU CAR TUCNo. available LOOK! LOOK!
take them: .must be .e week. latIn; .ble; phone orders Writ PO. Box 1461 Court. We pay the highest cash 219 3 i cl1U.n us. .uP
Box 246. Maltland. 11.U P. Dr., Fla. 3611. 'I. NURSE-MAID I W. Washington. Phone prle.. I FORD 1939 4-door sedan. $400. ply of Orlando Truck
P. -Wanted to car* for SEWING-Knitting. 525 Psrrsmore.i W. Orlando Aye. Welding Co. 1020 W. Church S22.
BEAUTIFUL on bus Real Estate Wanted_ RTAURT- for boy 3 year of ate from 9 ..m NO ONE CAN PAY you more for your 21 I \
. lake lots LT ( l.. 12 5 Ne..wpmeDt. For to 1 noon. Ph 4984. |i WIDOW-Witb high school daugb-, car than R S Ev.n. "The World's fORD 1934 sedan: co condition: i LOOK!

Iou tr.f.Ulr.. Broker Ova WANTED! 10 to 20 acres. sale 0 lease. \St. OrD.e SECRETARY- : |I tar desire work in Winter Park. Largest Auto 1.le. regardless of I rns 'o 5325. 8 Slr e.I CHEVRL-IIJ pick-up G

4 phone 4412. healthy full-bearing tree Blossom Trail.RESTAVIIANTOrange. I sponasbie positIon. edfr- Separate apt or house desirable, not its antiquity or its fORD 1946 convertible all extras. I Hentel'D'.
Desire Winter location. Richard lo.tlon.1 essential. ,Box 220 sparkling newness See 1216 S. Inc 36 W. Livingston ,
Garden Blossom
Ave. S-1a Orange A. NEW CAR SPECIALS
; or phone I.I :
FT EI.O ,
Runninc from '
10 <- 21st St. to 1 _ 6159
22nd K..r Realtor 672 id. Orange: in. Good .Exclusive E..u at 400 N. Orange A 'e.. I Trail
Vt blockfrom .
; Kenack dial eo.. I. Inc. I I STENOGRAPHER-RECEPTIONIST: i 70. Work Wanted Male CHEVROLET 1940 delivery.
Ave.; price 1200. Box 210 2.91. Pot.r. G.I. Must be capable and experienced i FORD 1941 super deluxe 4or S.n
8la. .
N. Orange; In good 6102 S.
OROVES-HOMES-BUSINESSES Brker. 185 in shorthand good hours I audio condition 182 ndl1on. 15.
BEAUTIFULLY in long G : 4 48 FORD Convertible Coupe AB
LATE LS your property with FISH MARKET-Best established down-town office Box 212 :i ATTENDANT-And companion for Irwin 8' I.ke. Phone |
Overlooking a.ae.eBroker.
est lake*. 1001103.on Phone 6781 or sos *. Chenault .. Ie. RAI town. Owner will I-I I S-Stsr gentleman Un.ncumbred. Refer DONT LOSE MONEY I FORD 1937 convertible sedan. !' CHEVROLET 194ft ton. { deluxe equipment. Radio beater,

at Lake Holden Garden 3/10 of a 672 N. Orange Ave. Phone 7234. I on account of le. Post OffceBldc. WOMEN 18 to 45 years of age ences. Bal 221 S-t.r. very good condition Moot see to to sell ( fear: Used foe Uahts. SpOtlIghts n-bits cld*>

mile east of 8. Orange Blossom Trail BOUSE-Garac* apartment or dui i Eusti Pa. ed for position. No.nt I We P., high prices for any C.I. apprecUte I S. and Trailer S.le. C.n N Main. $ wall disk $2293.i .

oa Holden Drive.. plex. Close in. Save cash buyer. i RESTAURANT Email doing good perience a c.feerl to start Easy el'to Bt.OCKLAYING-Reasonsble. Box 295 Model A'I to 1147'eN. I 540 N Orange sJ-Trail.SOlID : BANTAM TRAIR 1947. '4tooAll

Not over ( O. C. Real business. Priced reasonable. Phone I week attached .
1.5. St..r lesrn. Six days Uniforms furnished SStar.COUPIXThorouduiP 242 ;, 1940-Tudor : extra special e..UI
!!Country Property for Sale tor. O'Neal .. 1'18. 2-2047 or contact Pine Castle Coffee Ideal working condlton. Inc. Orange Av. 0l Used Cars. clean $895 Martin" Used to .n7 ea. On .. i I 48 CHEVROLET 4-Door Style-

'LT081 your : we Shop Apply Tramor Cafeteria Cen I Cars. 101 N. Mam 8409 R S. EnD 6 W. CentraL Phone
propr7 I I experienced InI master. 2-tene blue finish. Radio
CONWAY SECTION-Strictly aleU today; Davis. TEA ROOM-Winter Park. Cateringto trl.I ;. FORD 1941-Tudor sedan 43:1
bunialowi *-1 condition moer 104 Jeffenon. Ph. I I the care of all kinds of reel estate .o condition CABIN and beater 11995.
: b & 2-1t high clientele; completely WAITRESSES-Must be etperienced I 89OO at 9 CAR19n. Roomy luxurious
rooms: 30 gallon electric ho.atI or 1305. equippe- and.operating. prc. I Apply to Harry Restaurant Can furnish bonds. Call 2-0694. Box fRNK REED r.nl kno.( bow to Street S .tor..e spare

beaten lovely kitchen : LISTINGS WANTED-Clients Full..dtolls, 340 Park A. .13.0'1 N. Orange Ave. 12,f, 213 S-Star. | tb. huh for your car acre good 1.: 345 paved highway ing. F. .alt, |i equity Cash in five minutes Why Convertible Coupe ear $895. R EnD 60 W. Ceotral 47 KAISER 4-Door Sedan. New
frnt. duty wirtns etc. This Pine & Slatn.. R.ltr. & WISH 1-3 p.rnr. to erect cottagein WOMAN-White or colored; for general 1 I i EXCVE Yer. experience all I give 'em away* Give usathsnce. Equipped with Sutb.md he.te Phone 432lsCBEVROLETl941
.m quick 40 you hurry. i lot Ave. 8500plet housework. To .on prem- ,, pbas. office management 201 N. Orange Blossom Trail: 7883. I good rubber good I very I from factory. Price can't be beat
Pries 86.00. 81.950 lU LISTINGS WANTED-w* have the needed. Box 193 8-Star. I.. Health card, no family accounting Minimum salI I good mechanical condition Only; coup. Clean. -
cub lalane buyer if have the I.vnd.Cal '' ary. (3600 Box 184. LATE MODEL-Travelos and Stream- S1295 R S privately 229 N Factory list price $2275. cur
term Mr. Dormaa you YOUNG BERRY .FARM-Sickness la' 4639 85a. I i lite I Evn. 6. W. Central I o.nee

tox. Broke 145 N. wit 5809. M.t Call A. T. Carter. 951$. causing present owner to aelL Madehis i YOUG LADIES-Wanted for counter :. FILLING STATION ATTENDANT I,i ment. Tr.Uer.' or trade Others on tor lots consignI small- Ave Phone and for Wypn Brown St ______ _ special price $1993.

COUNTY PROPERTY -Since C.rr; Main and Central Dopn7'j living here for several yearsselling .ark. must be neat and attractive. I I capable of any size i homes and bu.lnes on 17-92. Wln- FORD-Tudor sedan 1942 Interna : DDE Truck A-l condition Iii

Country Citrus plants and berries. All Irrigated. me.!. and unifnrmg furnished: apply. :-! .t.uon' 10 7n..m.naemeDt. I Curt 3330 S. Orange Blossom Trail. tional Us ton track See at a D. a good track don't miss
0 111.P R. Astor LISTINGS WAN- Vines hung for coming season MorrIson's Cafeteria.113.5W. ', wrIte Box 198 elpnenc.. Plea I LIvingston Rt S. Box Orlando this bargain (545 Sam Auto Wreck- 48 FIAT Convertible Coupe 4 <.

Peter Realtor. "B.Pt Pedrck. dealing In Also nice modern 2-bedroom bunga ACCURATE I Conwav Road a 28L. Road. Ing Co 27OO Kuril Ave ward speeds, 50-60 miles en

Corner Central and prb1. k.. an mortgage loan; 118 low. Clay tile and stucco e.tuc Must be MEAT CRr truck driver POND 1937-Sedan. CHEVROLET 1945 Pick-up Excellent -
the finest
N. Orang; 8188.DON'T I tion. Room for chicken pr.nent Strno.r.Pher-1 I Vet ed. Fun DONT LOSE MONEY! cle.ne.t I. mechanically Priced to tell fallen of gas- Price SowS
I.ndo wIth elprlen tie best little
BOMX AND GROVE Completely 812000. Exclusive with Huckel- b.Dlnc Ph. 987RADIOMAN. I car you ever saw. Jim Cumbie -
Inc 904 N
furnished 1..lo. with furnished ONeal. aelwn. 118 Robinson: Pent elpr.nce. 'I We 1U pay full value for your car original finish: clean and phone C.r. Or.n.
rental ctt..6 I. road LIST your'property with me dial & p.rment. Ft National Bank Commercial "2nd I hesitate see us now.Oln's I lockin intror. perfect tire*. Come 2-521 48 BRITISH AUSTIN Sedan T.e
159 trtc. unless you want to sent Hrnr class wants and see bargain at S 1941 Pick-up "Good .
fa .. Vant U. (3000 CASH will buy established R.dl.tlelhone. PSI- R 'CEVROLE finest leather upholstery and ts
Bnreh. Broker. 12 8. Main Evens 40O N.
; 4771 condition i iJ.m
and NATIONALLY tion. Box Cars. Or.n.e. Price
ho. n olL short order grill. Beer and wine KNOWN casualty and M.rrrd. 10 C.e 242 N. Orange Ave. r.h"
(89OO .es lol Cj P. WANTED TO BUYI-10 to 20acresof I I license. Completely stocked and i fire insurance has opening for secretary 8-t.r. 8H. GRAHAM-1931 5uperchargeddlLrsedan. Curable Car, Inc. 904 N steadiest body of any car c nitructed. -
140 54. Crasget first class bearing crave. Qive I In responsible supervisory positlon. Car perfect In phone 221.CHEVROLTII2.
R equipped including sleeping every record EconomIcal to operate
dial 2-3282. fall la first Culrtel YOUNG MAN. age 27. prelenl.bl.pp.ranc. I Radio t
d.tall lttr. la and furniture. Going I Phone 6492. new seat covers Adelivered bu It ion stale
[ non-drinker and smoker .o and fine riding quaMy. $1495.
LAKE FRN Mavaiftcent urat*. Thel. KIDc 806 A.e cellent location on main Orlandothoroughfare. AVON PRODUCTS. INC.-Will train married with 1947 tag. E. Bargain ret000ltInned -

Ee..D' a residence other fin 7a H. P. Boland. Women to earn (1 and more per with children e"-srlce.owner desires Lot corner Garland and Amella.phone from item to stern. Spl.1
I richly WANTED TO LEASZ 672 N Ave. dial hour representing our products SUCCESS FIRST TIME 4771 Act for Jim Mllli price (1095 Even's
1vUcal. b.t l..P .It eontat Or.ne Realsr'l I ,, position in selling. Owns car T LS
Albr to buy within 9O days aan HERE 13 a bakery in 'new Women now employed need not apply ,, Can .Iv excellent references Phone : HUDSON-1942 "6" club coupe New corner Garland and Amela R. S. EVANS

property north or south on Orance making good profit with all necessary Write qualifications to Naomi 6523 5 p m. Yes. getting top price for your car paint good motor. good tre. Jim I 4771 Ask for Jim i

Blossom Tri. east side only; will equipment good for a couple. I I DUI.n 816 Broadway. Orlando. from R S. Evans "World Largest Cuirbie Cars. Inc 904 N DODGE-1935. Uv ton stake body. 400 N. Orange Ave.

LAKETRONT -On westside consider building if priced to Speak to Spiegel.1* Whitney i MARRIED VETERAN-Age 21. perI Dealer" t.ke only one trip to our phrne 2-4' 1HLDON I O rendition reasonable V,

o .CAM SbNn one of the sell. Postofflce Box 2588. Orlando.CVSTOMKRS 15.0 Realty Co., Realtor 706 Met- 65. Help Wanted-Male I I manent resident. best references. I ., Iot. S.ve yourself further rounds 1946 Super '.8"' Cheney H..I o Cannon Phone 4771QUALITY
r.tU.t lakes Windermer WAmna for homes ) calf Bldg 2-2369. I year college. 3 vests clerical esperl- to as today .d.D. Like new in every 4-nr Mill Road.

Ca. So they will get Fla. and Income properties. List your \ ARE YOU INTERESTED In burin or BOYS-18 to 19. for employment as '- ence Desires position with future Cumbie Cars. Inc. 904 N. d.t.l. 1942 H-lon pickup; en

I we in the Summertime pr.a o.r t.,1 Lkwo AssocIates. .1 W.RoblnsD I I .nl. a bUlle. Maybe we can theatre ushers and doormen: apply I 5907.il.Consider. on the Job training. Phone Drive In to any of our I Orlando phone 2-4521 Or.nl. I DD overhauled: good tire*. Also

running from hard ; 2-1514. with Asher '' la person to Bearham Theater I i locations or phone 5296. JEEP. WILLYS 1942. In excellent lit Cargo Chevrolet truck.
G
to the lake have been cleared. Tour HAVE for 3 bearing condition shape. Call 7087. M. K CARS
161
BUY t IGc Peter. Realtor. 70 E. Central: 2-0786- BUTCHER-experienced top salary } Merrltt Park Drive
choice 1.0 for real boating and croy.prc & i Good hours manaeertal type. Reterencrs i- Airplane Sales and Servicei Phf'*ie 7 Winte Garden Road 1 mil east of
fll"l I Central Fla. best. W. COnnl 392 N. Oranie. Box 198 8Star.BARBER i I I 1.UNCOL I V..*. i42' CADILLAC "62" SEDAN

Pke. Ra Estate. 248 .Orang 2-241. 61. Bank Loans I I i PIER CUB SALES and service. Im- 75. Autos for Sale ZEPHY 193 bl.ne.. DIAMOND T-Model 614. recondlhoned Rydromatle. Radio. Heater Very low
SHOP PORTER-Apply at ,,- dAivery new cub trainers.and nr. .Ie.n I mileage. Look and drive like new
1MODE .WANTED-Property to aeU. We Inside Jim Cumbie and guaranteed 2 speed
East Sid Barber Shop. East Inc. 904 N.
have th. buyer on oar ]IU'cul LOANS less Church StBRAKEWHEEL. e super crle.for Cubs rent T Showal--r.ft. BRITISH AUSTINS-1947. Luxurious Oran e..phone 2- C.r Eaton axle. 1 0 Ib tractor Looks '4! CADILLAC "M" SEDAN
ISTAL super cruiser :21
eo101 i leather interior. tooperate and
service call Arch .. red runs Orlando Federal
HOUSE-On 11 fin tfltet. Realtor. Dai National MECHANIC Airpark. 2 mil eseas t of Winter "Rld.ng 1Cf larger r.Immedl.te LASALLE 14. I.IUlul super Co. W..Robinson Ave. Radio and Heater Extra nice cat
these costs. When loan fog Tek 1
acre. pare
I H..U.
a Park. Veteran Training. sport 81899.
for 89.0OO and Central 1 I Must know wheel w.ntd1 i F.bteeID. R S. rOUD. con
beautiful Florida estate. Wm. O. Ar.d. 8 100. you get ( U-p.ment 8.3 ou.h. Firestone Orange I $2 up.TWIN. i Ey.ns. W. 1.493.. t321I dition me an offer Stlver-I FORD-1941 stake pick-up. IKh.D- "82" SEDAN
1 41 CADILLAC
Reocher, WE HAVE BUYERS wanting groves. ( 15.70U get P&mt 1. I Pmtla' 62 W Colonial dial 2-2310. cally .r good 885O .
lrkrr. 28 > Washington. ( set ENGINE ratings on Grumman 194t-Roadmaster. 4-tloor se- Tnr. 36 W Livingston Hydramatie. radio and heater A
and For 20. ISP.meDt i iI i I Av* phone
SUBURBAN Ltttl farm nicely bun prpnl with hOe.. ( you get 2'PmeDt 25.Ou BUTCHER-A* second man. e"pr-i I i Widgeon; land sea and instrument I BU1; original 055cr. cleanest l in I $IERCIJRY-i939 4-door sedan New 6159 really nice car J.3SO.

fenced. 1 acres. new lila on. Realtor. 37 I. Washington.. ( 400. you set 3'2-PameDt 33.34 I enced .Apply Wren'a G..r. 22 Veteran training Orlando Aviation. 1 I all deluxe .ulpment. 271U i motor. rsdio beater: good tires:
bungalow t large r Moer highway. I ( 800. you get 41.67 Edt.atrr Drive; phone 7717. I Country Club. Ph. Winter Park 863. N Oranee Mr. WebbI upholstery 2 fog lights 328 FORD TACRII4. cab over en- ''42 CADILLAC FLEETWORD

Orlando I.TelpbOD. O. A REMN HOUR wanted North 10.JOU' 830-Payment* 8334 i BOOKKEEPER: CASHIER Permanent -I TAYLORCRAFI'-Slde BUICK-1941 Truly a Ln. St :i Sine. prfed me.b.a al condition; 7 passenger sedsn. radio and heater
Ing Da Ilye. investors Inquiring .. life Insurance to pat with I : I I 1 tltr:5IDe: Rrley-Dvld-1!I equipped .th brakeg and Like new in every way
Phn 3181. dally businesses homes ..nd.am. I Itcn. Elprene. ing new In October r:4r. luxury car. only WOTORCYCIU. vacuum also stake fruit
( Street Realty. 318 In W. Co loan In ease of death. First National burroughs time. 220 hours. R. S. Enn. 101 W. Central phone> r i la. over- I I trailer hor new 28f. W. Church '42 CHEVROLET
I Bank at Orl.ndo 4th floor. I i Local resident only. Give qualifications I Just major overhauled Cruises 90 : 5296 for VennBUICK .. Phone 5182 KlMimmee 8t. .tb tlre 2 door town sedan. Radio Extra

SMALL of 4 on I references and employment mph. Price. $1650 00. Raymond .- 1941 Convertible Sedan. MOTORCYCLES imported I clean ear. 1-34
h.h.a FAI', ab' 10 .re( la.e ACT NOW-t without your country prop 6%. Loans Up t $300 I record b,letter Box 214 8Sla. tine Co. Municipal Airport. Phone Excellent mechanical condition Ab..m. I British Enfleld. 14, lightweight. FERAL MOTOR ,TUCSJe.
delay. '
.d. ,ltt. trled 2-bed enl waiting.*M. D Bailey. Realtor. CLERICAL HELP-Clerking work. I 5522.I Jim Cumbie Car Inc. 904 1 equipped with heavy duty tir. i ..u.bl ton now j. W/B. )IO'1 43 BUICK SPECIAL
room bouse chicken AUTO. Furniture. Diamond loans- Needed In the following towns: N. Orsnge. phone 2-4521 Rugged construction S.dmnetteRadio.

boU. Quick possession a* o.ne 3 Chucb phone t111. Economy Pnc Comp.D. J. F. Daytona Beach. DeLand. Eustis.Leesburc. |I,1%. Automobiles for Rent I BUICK 1946 4-door I Sales price 249. R 8. thrU.hOt'j motor claimed .by outstanding all "rorm.n A beautIful lew mUcus cay

". Btat. DonS mis. \I. hI Burger. WaDne. M.t Build- Apopka. St. Cloud. Raises I I Radio and 8uDr. Like .e.l W. Central Phone 4321. Also Federal Motor owners Truck opr.wr. $1900.

at only 847AO. Trade 14 with : 59. Out-of-State Property I.. Phone 20339. City. Write Box 207 S-t.r. I: CAR-RENTAL. INC.-High grade insured I Cumbie Cars, Inc. 904 N.le...i NASH 1938 club coup. 1937 Packard S5Ma. 155" W/B. 11.00/22 le... aux 543 CHRYSLER
Realtor ] N.
L.1 0 Main CASH I.OARS-Qulckiy made on furniture COUPLE Capable: forrunning can by week or season to phone 2-4521 6 sedan. First .
YALDOSTA.OA 4-room frame WAN I H.a, 1.f trlr. Top peed 65ml. 4 New Yorker Fluid Drive Low mile
2-HM bou. autos and Orlando's ; car responsible people. Call 2-1438. 58 W. house back Ewen's Ortfl
c.mond. to handle peak $1.700.
oa acre nKe..o. BUICK 1941 Special tf. age.
rated 7 los city on U. 8 41. own BOl. Pnan Co. 307 (15 per mo. No experience necessa LIvingston A.e.D. Radio and ConYnlbl I OLDSMOBILE-1939 sedsn. In lot loads Tandem Avis Trailer or
1.lat Bldc. Dial Mr. Lang. 2-O619. I Coup. be.tr. 'h '41 PONTIAC "8"
Priced ( 8750. Contact Metcl 2.30. C.1 VANE U-DRIVE-IT-Drive it have but a elsss .haD mechanically: body a Lowbed machinery trailer Orlando
t&Zt. ACRES and well-built bo.20 Jim Caulk at 1120 al. 8U. Orlando; CASH LOANS M. quickly. 810 to CHECKE e"prID.e. for enclneer- ) rates: by me or day (1293 R. S. Evans.co b.r.1. Centa little Will mat good pickup Prdera Truck Co. '1 W. Robinson Convertible coupe Radio and beater

Inside f.It cwciriciir. No 97J2. 8300. On Iour or furniture.Aetna deparment. ae. expert- D. Vamer U-DrlyeI. ., 234 W. Ave Phone 4321 and ask for track. Rambo. 88 Central 81.290
Price 8250O includ Pb Central .
.
log asbestos and metal ahinclea. brick P.D. 311 .Orange.opposite ,ferrD.P. Box 202 8t.r. I BUICK '41 Special Ip..nurcu Ave PRD131. moe A pkk-ap. (390. '41 OLDSMOBILE "W

and considerable lllw. W- A. Ue- 60. Business OpportunitiesBAR Ct7 Ball COMBINATION CLRE COOK HERTZ .DRIV-DR-SKLP 8VSTWorld' COlp original OLMOBI 8-1936. lIke new. or..j. 121. 4 door sedan. Radio and heater,
Kenney. and at largest auto and without. Mechanically motor very good 81.27S
Broke Cheney Highway bukhe .nte ) I De. .IWD t.1 paint FEDERAL-1919 tractor-truck: fully
: 2-7U. 4S AND PACKAGE Store: Information MONEY RIGHT NOW-For mea and T.mor .. I Ressonable rates. Drive a car perfect fully equipped with Oaks Hotel. Rockledg I equipped. 899 Fmehauf 28 ft "
in office only: Courtney Real- women alike on your sicnature. car. FINISH CARPENTERS I with confidence also truck for rns, radio alrconditloning and driving i. FIB (1150 Can be sees 39 PONTIAC 5" SEDAN

Business Property for Sale t,. 392 N. Oran.e. 2.21. .furniture. Acceptance CorraUoa Must b food; one or two WAN; tlephon. 9O4 N. 0 range Ave. Phone I lights. Priced for quick sal*. R 8. OLDSMOBILE "6" Hydra tat. .emltraUe.. Die Casting Foun Extra nice $705.These .

56 LISTINGS 480 N. Orance Ave. "rlc. 2-15. I JAX-U-DRIVE-IT INC.-Rent a car Evans. 101 W. Central phone 6299; matie 4-door 114. Hew paint dry. 123 W Kalrv dial 2-1K3S cars $064 with.a 30 day gust.

APARTMENTS Privet* bom. con :USUE H.rl. Predrick.NDE B.lea Office also Cocoa and Winter HanaQtCK MAN for clerical position In engineering .. sured.or Jeep: low rates every car In- see Vsnn. RUD good Jim Cumbie Cars Inc. 904 O M C -1937 4-ton A.lLij-

tall 8 furnished ap.neDt B..dquarn.- N. O.n.e. department; gIve age. tape '8rl. mea .rlcme.. No red BCCK-l3 club coupe. EI eUentconditon O.nl. phone 2-4521 dition Inquire .tra.1 Club.entr5nce'te .

O.ler ba one. other 4 CASH LOANS Furniture fnre and references: Box 201 elpr"l N. Garland d.plL 2-34. 142 (850 c.h Call 110 OLDSMOBILE 1942. sfdsnette. Lakeside Park J. C. MCKELLAR, INC.
2-hour St .. .
and auto service. '
Only 813
per 8OO. clean.
1 George Painter with .o BOI OPRT Ir Dot. Loan 1.D.. 501 MAN for wet cleaning Apply evnl. O. Wlonln owner: needsmoney O M C-2-ton 114 Long wheel base "Your Packard Dealer**
ter. PordaB.nk BUICK-1938 Century S-pasaenger; 8. Orange.
120. 2-108. I. Bid.. W. Cam Cleaning Service 1310 EdawatrDye. 73. Auto Service busn.. 31 1latlor De tires
TO mot.
Pue. Reatr. K. Centrl 20'H C.hUa Steel Phone 2-1861.R ma..u. 11.0. Private owner. Amoco b..n I 0 0 m. .o Clean 342 IT. Orange Av Phone S'.47HOLLER'S

APARTMENT HOUSX Four unUa.Furnished. MAN experienced In pruning citrus AUTO SERVICE-On* day service Srrke SttOD M.ltDd ph. Winter OLOSMORILE .39 tudor sedan. Jeep Good .and motor Oenrt
4 OUT OP C who ask for a loan on Park 3
her tree end cardeninc Call Pontiac or other iM Clean InsIde and out. perfect Truer AV Equipment Company; 2319
Income. Bt8DE OPPR1 H.h.. -cet one. Personal Finance Co.. 24 Sat cars. p.lnlla. nine rn.
Ib.1 good No morning 1200 N Park. Winter P.rl I body work, wheel balancing; CHEVROLET 1942-Fleetline: r.co., condition Sacrifice. Owner McRse9809
S. Room 2. Phone
shop in fins Oran. 2-318 Ing. .Imona heater new tires pel fee* m 8 Lawsona BlYd.OLKOBI .
new plant or
ban.eal butane
rpa Mcr.ANY RECAP MAN-Must be experienced. anJhc el. Pou HOUSE
On unit vacant reserved for buyer. with *k bu. in excellent Robn Wole. Apply in Firestone. Orange tiac. 62 .. condition. Can be seen all 1S41 Conveitibl .TIttr.mU.
COlt.
I.Uoa do. act, ban. A I and Prl. AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experieneed 731 Arlington A. car baa radio heater Carolina Moon Trailer Park
Look U over whfl yoa can get '- convertible 47OO new top and rubber Only
ra 11, T.I. ; prompt service; CHVROL-I96 ao 81495. HOUSE TRAILER 1944 duorustom
TOtt presser me.lc. R. S. -
21'
109 .01 W. Central
; WANn. (1 Job (25OO Ate.
B.r.-Mor. ; :
Rat good .t
and .1 built aluminum to USED TRUCKSRECONDITIONED
Immediate : only thoroughly :
possession. (13.250. < .celrle. Phone 4321 Peed
and ask
mal .oman 1940
Pe. Pe tires. Chevrolet sedan delved I fo Wynn,
Varntr
experienced need apply Central 1216 8 BI
Ton went to borrow money person G Ie. 2t I .1 On.e
(1200 Ph 6832
T.t. on* half cash t COY HOMES Duplex short find u* ready to serve you. 70uT' pay and best working condition Ap ); 2-31. .b.p 0LWOBII38 4-door sedaLlj HOUSE s> ps 4. Electric
h.ne B fro city UDlt. Also furnished fer fst. service ply at once! Parisian Clrane. : AUTO PAINTING and Body Work. CHEVRL 1946 Fleetmsster; Pre. and Hl.h TAtlR23' Box 82.Tsft .
eontdenUa wate I ton. 5QO .to" I Smlb.
ane wIll b arranged terms u suit paved highway Oea r lnd lrnt''I with fe"ll. ter. We try Robinson Ave. Orl.ndo I We guarantee complete satisfaction,; | pr..i.a. new We mean to 'ln: I 4853.PACK.ARD3933 W. .. ..I ANDjGUARANTEED
Used Can. 101 24. "
or filllnc ststion Price.lo.uon' rn.. e"OWD. lust a* you want is WANTED BY LARGE CHAIN oil com I I at reasonable prices. Central Flor I\li. Manl'l. 120" 4-door "dal HOUSE TRAILER-New. 2O tt. Laving .
'
purchaser. O. P. Swop Realtor 1 10r term Paulyn .8.1. i 810 to 8300. pany. A man to work full tune as lid. only baked enamel auto lalnto.ea ; 849.I :, clean car Pophlt and H.u.bton city only 1991 Indiana

456 Boone-7255.XAST Foe. salesman In 11In station. G Al Lively Auto Paint B7I I CHVRL-1941 9 passenger cub 900 W Ave Winter 19.
East Fine Phone 5811. Family Finance Service Inc- 32 W. hours and conctoD I Shop. 3000 N. Orange. 60OO. : eup. 1115. 8. E.a PACKARD 1939 "120- se Pak.

BUSINESS LOT Park COAST BOTFa7-.U Central Ave. Phone 9857. in person to P.n..e. Filling AUTO RPAlD".bt. Su W. S McClain. dan Goad tires, good and HOtSE TAINe. .nd t.IB
rr
I Cr. room hotel
growing This tu 11I. fural. Station. 121 Or.o. Ave. Or- W. 1 I ; in I new pslnt Jim Cumbie Inc Tr.l1r 1940 CHEVROLET -
IUSe splendid dining II .ro mKh.n. Rmb 88 CHEVHL-I91 .o cdi Orsnle Blossom -
Dealer lot streets a fine Investment from rm .I. tade lando. Fia.TO 2-or. i OO4 N Orcnge. phone 2-52. 140 J Tr&I
or a good business wide area. I aa .tt.cUY Dixie Sales and Car *i HOeS TRAfl.IR-ltewfloy.l Ma IM la. C O Z
t.tll opportunity for hotel SHARE-My heart bov. somecash. AUTO BODY WORK and S PONTIAC 194 we sold a* news .
Only 1. oa liberal terms. Tbela ferring East Price pre 63. Mortgage Loans with honest man who can I excellent work and service.pDUn I and W. Suth.CYS132. short time back You cant tell It Blossom: ..eNIa cheap Orange Chase sad cafe. 2 peed
*' Cos. 1.0.0 help clean up: keep premise Rab! sedsn. Look has been used A Trner Pak. George J.
.ICa.a Blal Call I W. gorgeous station axle: B36 rear hits.$1.9I6
Ie.- 672 On. pbon 2>. M. wtl O'H.r.-Mor.. FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS-Oa an order. Albert Hodges. Taft Fla. Celtr.1 I ao. wagon. Will sell er trade for pick-up. Sb..b..e.
HIGHWAY business !Lorg. 1.23. 11 P.FlNO types of well lat city and farmproperties. 188 LUBRICATION. WaDe. Rambo. euelen'. Central.CKEVROI.ET1934. l Btlvert-Pontiae. W. Colonial HOUSE TI- 1946 Ekar. 2Sft.
with US 1712.o. STATION W.D'e la: low 4*; 66. Sales Help WantedOIL complete tire I Ie.r. 88 I 2-2310 8 electric br.k.
.
a most
oatirabl* location oa this main blgb- Park. 019 fu pru j 20 year to pay. No I.PpaD'I "mc.*. W Tire Co Garland and 1 n'. oYrbu clean: 1"f 011 months Pf
Box 196 phone 9 tire: I PNIC 1948 Streamlined ledan- for
nay. }re 8t.r.PLWE privIleges 56. co 192 AeD Owner
Po trade city crnte RI-Mc1 Ra SALESMAN-Can earn (3OO I Win exchange for c
17-ft. late
al to model
gty. ,6 o. pp. SBOF -Near Orlando; good I tors 128 P. O. t AUTO-BRAKE JOBS and ..heelalDS 'i bOl t.ne I.o coup.track ho. KDce. 1029 West Smith I
A .5 montl wt B 62 W. .. .
a J cODdltil St.e.PODU 199 CHEVROLET
Washington.HIGHWAY 40O-SOO violet :. .
hlb.., and 1 bae. for ROME LOANS We want t Jl you IDfon.UOD.SAUMN 1ame Whl. 2 Box 218-B.. C. B.McKrnne. i.Colonial: dial .
wait.
you :
buy a home build one. HOUSE 18' 8hull. fuSe
or .
8. Ne. 1. le. for large white insur PLYMOUTH TAI m ton chassIs ana cab
PRNAGE. SHOO cash. Good Sons 1010 W. Church. I Better every .
1a. 1210. ;, We will give you prompt service. Of- P.le 131. good
"" have Orlando. Apply I than .lal brkre
c.D Ttvule. $ Realty. a" 1 5 CfasTVROLET-1941 4-door Fleetlinesedan. way or 42 e.n. It *
tires
118 Mr month Kltte ; fie* 2 during week 9 to Blda.SAYor. ALIGNMENT Free I is m.nl Must b 2eth tr83"AS
excellent i
rt 1to
phone M.kal In fine condition. Will sell an offer. Btlv-rs-
P r.OaksIIoteL Rc.kledes. 2-4 o 2-282. 'I I 12 8 Federal SavingsI repairs b nerert offer to (850 gets K Win .
I Life and Bospital- Pop ,elpr me.n- or trade very Pontiac 62 W. Colonnl. di.l 2-2310
rULING and and Orlando. I ralabl. S EYnt'.t take trailer to trade
BOw.AND INCOME One block lun rol 8TATON-Br. w. E Pne L"lt.. Orl.ndo o P.. ltOD larlc. No canvassing. l ... 3 Robson 51 and S i I PONTIAC 1936 fair-running sedan. John Jlh utll 2. Box 251: opposite -

Postofflee' Probably one 1'-12. modern house. grov I..d. lurt city and rural. AUTO Orange Blossom Trail.C3iEVROt.ET1940 8295. Stln.PDUa 62 West Colonial Art's Tavern Rt. 17. Sanford
o.OI. o. most desirable cloae-ln Write P. O Box 3804. WRECKER Day .
dep well graded road through tofrontage i I LOANS oa an types of property: long S.lesm..e. and nicht. 6VC 4r with extras D. HOCSE GBdcr. TRUCKS
10 bedrooms. 3 batha. C.t' TA Ur.
'. aparV- oa Old Dixie Bichway. 2 to t or short terms; low rate; immedi- SALESMAN-With some elpr.n. Dr. Sn StU Ve good 119. Mar- I PLYMOUTH-1937 extra clean every months four, cook

meal us 1w and 10 acr.. I.bl: trm. See owner ate .r.. H.rl. 0 Fri 118 la building material ColOla- Ould Ste pb tin. .Car 101 N. M.1 14. way: good U. I 1 really nice. heating stove and ice box. Can.a AT A PRICE

(onably ( everything c gp c- (lr Sta.d.r Dr ot K N. .A.e Phol' 118. counties from Orlando- Salary and AUTO 2-3741 CHEVROLET-1948Fleetmaster' 2 Make an ofe.8U..PU 1 W seen opposite Chamber o Commercein
.nd-M.In"al-called will ..me. emm10D. or drawing account any WRCh W. tO door sedan. Beautiful block finish Colonial D Lkb.n. P.

XtX -*< lo,uiek. GRoV STO&. and Meat Market. comll. Give. full age particulars and- tral Av.ut. Rmb emernc-, 8 C Jim Cumbie Cars. Inc. 904 K. Orange t, I, PONTIAC '42 Station HOUSE TRAILER-194 Empt.2V.

.: Consider Orlando bunga, Hampton Broker REAL ESTATE LANSLw coat record. P. O Box 3C82. Orlando. Wrecker phone 2-4521. this car needs 1 a .on. A used 3 mt. Wh-
1. .*. 11. ttonf 831 N. Orange: dial 5O34. To Buy. Build Borne BRAKE SERVICE-Expert brake and CREVROLET-1941 Special Deluxe 2 ,, to sell at 81.199. R. S. Enn I ed. R. Ltt V... 1941 CHEVROLET

ofi 10 b. IN ".t C.U GOY 7-year leare Ptur and Busqfesa property. Trust D wheel alignment service. Call 2-3171 ; do Hl Radio and beater W. Central; phone 8296; H V.nl Tri. IV ton rtiii H and Oat Hear CV
I.ll business. Th .
c. IYDt. 11'5. pmen' Frt laUol for appointment. "l Cars. Inc. SO4 i I 110convertible HOUSE TRAILER-1945. 27 ft. Roy-
t Ar .,. Realtofif U.nl trade Hen Orldo 2nd Fr NOTICE T SALESMEN and: ; Concord. PeR Orange I N. phone Z321.'CVLli I PAC radio new top and club craft: sleeps 4: electric brakes Alcondition. 2 speed axle* M tares. "As ix"HOLLER
eP. Catl : Burcb. Broker. cp. 1 .
.0 1 M.I. Price reduced to 828OO.
1-10.
BODY ; Special condition. Your
National AND FENDER S46
,
organisation needs two neat repairing D.cln mal
muHWAT-n.9a77r.t.room tuuit Opportunity, GROCERY 812O.OOO AND MEAT yearly.MARKET Oa MONEY AVAILABLE for loan appearing men 1.e 2 years painting. Estimates gladly a lub c. Mew pt: I 10.hu to n15. R8.. Evan Douglas.441, El north.Paulo Lake Park Highway
on new top. Jim 9298
Satisfaction and
b D. m of Sales *
age but Varner. 10 C
.D = through Orlando. well homes and ean hlpfu 234 lal D I N. Orange, I 1 u HOUSE TRAILER
&tota1s Ic cmu1 not necessary. day W. phone 2-4521. V.D. -Alma. For sal*!
I A.
=Uo lease low overhead. business D. P 3311. I
PDt prpr.Bett I1.tmeD' C 2 training period prove yon LUBRICATION CHEVROLET-1941 Special Deluxe 1941 DeLuxe Special for the holiday Th Cen
.. should net by t Sbeflubricatioai lathe YOC 8p tral Florida leading
112.0,.rl. Sh.D Ph. trailer sales and
IN COME PROPERTY appointment C.Ooldra. 85U that yo> can earn upward l1U thorough. convertible club coup New paint meba
at01. per week verkinfour hoar aDtl 11ru i good mechanical ly new paint. service w* arc offering a few models
house In good esndl4).nrtment Av*.. -BveryBOOC. i eDta Jim C I
121 OID evening calling qualified leads. 70 904 N. Oranee.phone at greatly reduced price Oar motto
nlshed. 10 ttose-reo Park. en car track I* touched. Smooth Inc.. 2521.
ap.. ai Winter 64. .1 C C.n 8 0. U "Small Profit "
Wanted-Female n I and Big Turnover.
Help a permanent petition I
private bathroom. Fully Tt I to u I aloe .rhaas parts. assure yen. 521 P 1939 4-door sedan good
renteg shipping business Come for
GIFT u yourself and
see you b* the CHEVROLET CO.
men. No
round. Will show return SOP.. t tyelD. Po Iter Safe response prolongs hard-ta-re- clcRILka..1e42 -Windsor' sedan. r special at 8495. OUn's
so : ludae. Big limit
supply
vestment. O.r.W .cnl CKG. t. raU W. StatS bottled gas
HOUEERK-.r .1. part and makes Pod H Garland.
82aoooLaI easy. Good good ,
.o for 83.500 for quick sal*. I 1hU. I and 1 PmSaa Juan HoteL dl tl .eaDJ xontfi- i 234. trauer beds and chairs. We trade
A\pU safe
C er.s 1t. Fkon o! I1 at 2O8 .Park Av*.-1 in: comfortable woa Refe-. i,I and a P1u. a8 I UI fog .I.5 west PONTIAC-1946 sedan cv.'Hem and finance the balance oa easy *15 W. CENTRAL AVE.
tterI rm latt .
rark | ences; health I 612 .Orange d RS- Evan 111 CentraLphone l I.G a. S. Tne monthly term Bunny South TrsUe
WIW ca B 2
&ta.
111 8296 and ask fo Vans. I S Blossom Ta Park. 1218 5. Oraag Blossom TralL




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Page 22 (Wrlanh iHnrnlna ffftnlintl Thursday, February 20, 1947GlseHefh '!Proclamation Issued

i On Day of PrayerA RAPETTI N LAKE EOLA HOTEL DINING ROOMN.
TB Association are willing to do a little more for EOLA DRIVE AT ROBINSON/
Pastor Speaks their fellow men than they are proclamation has been issuedby FOR SPAGHETTIr4
Plans More Clinics I asked to do are the ones who go Mayor William Beardall desig- ( t. M.-Closed Monday WEEKDAY DINNERS FROM $1.10
Increase down in history. nating tomorrow as a day of prayerin NEW LOCATION Sunday Dinner $1.50 Also a la cart
Due to sharp Jn atAt
Rot
I. a ry Orlando in connection with the 0. Sanford Short-Cat Make roar reservations for Luncheon Parties
tendance the Orange County Noted as a radio speaker humorist 1129 Orlaado are Winter ParkTONIGHt Cloned Mondays PBOBO
I-4U
"World Day of Prayer"sponsoredby
berculosis and Health Assn. will : i and commentator as wellas
start holding two clinic monthly,' hA 11 fl an interpreter of James Whit- the United Council of Church
} In March for white persons. the,! 1111111 y I comb Riley characters he said Women.
association announced yesterday. The world needs humor more ,true humor avoided both vulgarityand Observance of the day here will i I
Dates of the clinics will be an- be at the First Presbyterian
IAN JUAN PHARMACY than ever today to stamp out mal- maliciousness.
nounced later- I Church from 10 am. to 4 pm.
DANCEGEORGE
lee and ill' feelings toward other;
Regular February clinic for I i Pres. Paul Stine announced that
white persons will be held Feb. 28'' ***loon' the Rev. Hugh Shields.r; 153 guests attended the meeting The first(message sent by tele- ,I -
at the old Court House and the pastor of the Congregational the largest turnout in the historyof I i graph read "What hath God
I I 24 at the Church of Ridgefield. Conn. told the club. wrought?" I
clinic for Feb.
BLACKHAWKJACKS Ebenezer Negroes m,.,..,.H.on .the weekly Rotary luncheon meet-I I I I "THE BIG SHOW OFF" WASHINGTON t
.
;
Lee Hazen.; association president!!ling yesterday. | ;:;:: ---Where Oijcriniiflfffjjjg; ; ; People Go1cut d I Arthur Lake Dale Evans ,
: has called the regular monthly As another part of his message. ; "HW HOIR CARTOONS"First I : BIRTHDAY DANCE ,
meeting of the board of directorsfor the Rev. Shields quoted Biblical Show C.4S P.M.
Feb. 28 at 3 p.m. at the ,I sources to show that persons who Complete Show From It P. M.
agency's offices. Final report on I ) 9:30 P. M. TILL 1:00 A. M.
the Christmas Seal sale for 1946 I
will be given at this time and the Distinctive Meals I COCKTAIL LOUNGEON j Don McEmber's 11-Piece Recording & Broadcasting Stetson
new eration.budget presented for consid Cocktail Lounge ON .i..nf.r.. Mtwa b.e... Maitlanddurani .-Tok W. P. tin- SQUARE DANCE I '! University Orchestra !

ThMAYFAIR SATURDAY NIGHTAT 1

Results GIRLS of election ELECTED of officers of SANFORD.FLORIDA INN "THE FIVE HUNDRED CHASE" MAY F A I R INN

the Tri-Hi-Y girls at Memorial For the Discriminating .
Junior High School were an- I
nounced yesterday as follows: Jo- : f&& STEAKS CHOICE DINNERS CHICKEN MA DEAN'S PLACE i Sanford, Florida I
I
anne CarmichaeL president Marilyn _
Barnes vice president. Shirley From $1.25 ON SANFORD-MOUNT DORA
Strait secretary. Freda Vincent 1 Reservations Winter Park 27 500 Chase. Winter Park : No Cover Charge-Minimum Charge $2 Per Person.! I
.
treasurer. Lena Sandals 12:38-Z; SSinir'ea Dally except Men.] 1-$ r.JII.Mli .
chairman Betty Dykes Hernm program social RESSER'SDELICATESSENRESTAVEANT ";;j,!HI"II'I' i III: : ''' :;,.,,;::111ITJI! ; ::'r ,flillj.!, ,lco'2>- I"II( 1'I'' .;;:J JI JI HIGHWAY NO. 46 FOR RESERVATIONS TELEPHONE SANFORD 1200
chairman. J e a n n 1 e Ashabranes. Music Chester I II
Meats and Poultry Dally I Boyd
chaplain and
Dotty Smith re-
8 to 20 Tons porter. 119 W. Church St. Tel. 2-222 I lind Weber, General Manager I
THE SUMMER SET HOUSEChoice I
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Steaks. .. Sea Foods. Chicken ----
Now In Stock
LUMBERBUILDING i Real Breakfasts a Specialty Curb Service .v
Tasty Sandwiches! Shrimp and Chicken Baskets C 0 40 & 8 Presents

SUPPLIES i 525 South Orlando Ave. Phone W. P. !9191-K Now
t ROSSINI'SliThe
l'EquipmenfHeadquarters'l Rt. 17-92 KILLARNEY KORNER Winter Park Showing
WINDOWS PLASTER Oien 8:00 A.M.to 12:00 Mldnijht.Closed Wednesdays Paulette Goddard

FLOORING SIDING Chambermaid"Also"Diary of a Barber

CEILING ROOFING --
of
CLUB CABANACentral "GAY BLADES"
BRICKS CEDAR SHINGLES Alias Lane Jean Rogers
Bailey MolorEquipment Seville"City
SHEATHING FRAMING Florida's Newest and Largest Night Club

Co. NAILS MILES NORTH OF ORLANDO CITY LIMITS [LU. S. 441] Auditorium

STEAKS CHICKEN SEAFOODMUSIC Warrants a Ride of lOfl Miles.

} Phone 8136 PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES, INC. Morning Sentinel Friday, March 7
BY NO COVER CHARGE ProvincetownPlayers
78 N. Garland, Orlando, Flo. PHONE 2-1229 MICHIGAN ATE.AT ACL RT. -
j EDDIE KING Except Saturday Night I 8:15: p. m.

EVERY NIGHT CLOSED'SUNDAY Casselberry. Rpute 17 withTITO
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j Reginald and Rita GoodeCarl
Gary range
...tStarllll&'. DUCK INN Slot Trail ..:t Kessel. Sue French. ;
Carol Stone i:
We serve the same delicious foods from noon till 8 that
I you get during the evening. I in the Hilarious Comedy SCHIPA

L.AST French Fried JUMBO SHRIMP $1.25FLAMINGO iI i iI iI "THE PATSY"By World Famous Tenor

i I ii iI Barry Connor VIRGILIO LAZZARI

I TONIGHT THRU SATURDAYat Metropolitan Opera Company

i 8:15 P.M. Grace Panvini Angelo Pilotti

Price 11.00 Reserved $1.25 'I Lloyd Harris Ivy Dale
po +t. jr n.kg'
p
Reservations RESERVATIONS ,

,". + 4lSy ,r Winter Park 827-J I Room No. 12, Magruder Arcade Phone 2-2214
1 I
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ALUMINUM CASEMENT WINDOWS I

a BEACHAM: Wd; ROXV 1
AT A PRICE EVERYONE CAN AFFORD Iii 1 tr
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'-'---. '-' -= f State Theatres D. Op.o 12:45

; CLUB ,: 1' NOW SHOWING jft1t-! lIM lI\
These Beautiful Casements .
f \
:4t. PRESENTS A NEW SHOW VOGUESOUTH 1 = 't Dennis MORGAN .t ..i. :' ;
( ") i
j are made of the 4 I Ii 1.g'.npr. 1 1J110W.sNOWING 'I' jack CARSON ;.:! ]i : .::
JOEY DEAN-Rhythm and Taps '
; I ." Ji" .::
+J finest heavy extruded i LEE RIGNEY-Song Bird of South wds :-PJ. 4

t.o.t.. MARCHELLA-Danseuse Supreme ,. 1);. 1HEn > .
r E'1
sections that money can ;. LILLIAN HAVER-Poetry in Motion WAS < )
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AND 1. \
NEcos
1Hi1Jc
buy, and no better window JAY MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA r ilOSSt A t E p1AYA. ,'J.
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( I: 1 \ : I'I .o ; ;
i :: can be had at any ?+ 3 Shows Nightly-9-11-1 Dinner served From P.M. to Z A.M. r r\1 : 'j
1. .
: f CHICKEN AND STEAK DINNERS OUR SPECIALTY '" .... : ..
-i ""'. -.___'0'0'.' .,...,...rl .i ......_0' 0"'<-. 0......m.....,. .. price. f' Phone Ult Close Tanis swdyf P a '.. : : :::: ::

4 Reservations For NO\; COVER COVER CHARGE CHARGE SOc BEFORE SATURDAY 9 75e F.M. S.neays tI/. I 1, : ,y' "Y' PAIGE I J peak w.,,:peso. "A Ii;tj::

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I 'II "OPEN THE DOOR RICHARD!" UNCLE t.cS REMUSRIALTO or .. ;" ,oIWfIMI .IIESrM 1CIIIIIf. Ai; f.:::.

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Music Southerners Love 1
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II 11.5TutorC.rnell WiMe HOW SHOWING

"The Bandit of rN OIA2Cf7rY

E DANCE TO Sherwood Forest" '
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li li'i AND HIS BABYGRAND


t. IJ s tn1cs IRCt

'i Famous 22 Piece OrchestraFeaturing lost Robert Opn Times Lwry"Dangerous t II Today / J em


"'" '.- ".. -. ...,._'.'-' Earl at the Piano Passage"also wudEr
"Cheaters"CAMEO
DPp
Tem.rre.v.uueua t
Ot Ood e e.tr1urSUrt -
.-' No one, seeing these windows, could doubt that they are the best T. Alq"rf"

window investment to be held today. Made by one of the country's lead- / Sat Feb. 22 \
,
ing window manufacturers on a high production basis they sell at prices : I
1 1Dena
hertofore only quoted on steel windows. I I ... opus 15i.5.P.N.j. .

REMEMBER- Recent Earl! Hines Record Breaking Engagements
I Open 1.45; NOW SHOWINGS

Hundreds In Stock NO PAINTING ,NECESSARY I Downtown Theatre Chicago I' Orphenm Theatre Los Angeles [Last Ala Times la Metropolitan Theatre Cleveland Earle Theatre Philadelphia ..
["Salty O'Rourke" ,
For Immediate Regal Theatre fTkicaf PUatatMa Club St. Louts .GENE-TIERNEY
;
NO RUSTING Seward Theatre Wa&hiBgtoB ...... BIrm, St. Let!. -withCon .
Delivery i POSSIBLE'i i Royal Theatre Baltimore PlaaUbra Club LM Angeles AyBO ,,, ', 1 JOHN P PAYNE

SEE THEM Apollo Theatre. New lark: El Grett. Chiea(. : brae BAXTER :.4
:
BUY THEM NOW NO UPKEEP NEEDED : Lacw'i State. Tow York: Riviera Club St. Louis TOMORROWMAWMOWTIZ < :; MAUGHAII'S :

TAKE DELIVERY ,, .'" ,.SOMERSET
I AND NOW! ,: lo+i xAtlNR11Al$1EY ::

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(h Phone 5568 1'e : %

Q Q r I N! ResenrahOM Table ICOLISEUM1; kJ Edge 4Dftti L

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Tickets $1." Tax lae. o. sale at San JUB & MrE3ry PhanueiesRruU 0(0101 ZUCCO MOT VCMlA

WO W.AMELIA QTtlANDO FLORIDA PHONE ia Winter Park. Ma&ic Box IB Sanford .. ........... ; .... ..
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