Orlando morning sentinel
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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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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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Big Snowstorm SOVIET Molotov NOTE PLAGUES Rejects SECRETARY OF STATE Army-Navy Fund .Growers Urged To Hold I

Continues; 51 Slash Seen Held!

Persons Dead Marshall Reply To'Slander' To $$750, MillionSenate Fruit for Higher prices I

Eastern StatesWhipped ChargeLONDON May Vote

by Gales' Tomorrow on Budget

[UP] Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov has One Editor Without a Paper Shortage!

NEW YORK [AP] The rejected as unsatisfactory: Secretary of State Marshall's WASHINGTON [ A P ] A Carleton Says

snowstorm. that lashed most reply to a Russian note protesting Under-Secretary Dean powerful group- of congressmen -

of the East and cost 51 lives Achcson's Statement that Soviet foreign policy is "aggres- of both parties appeared ,. p rALCq / 1 1JAhfs

turned on northern Maine sive and expansive," Radio Moscow said last night. I II in position yesterday to 25 Million

yesterday as thousands of Rejection of Marshall's answer hold any reduction in Army-

other communities continued to which was one of his first major Navy funds to about $'150 million.

battle through drifts. Exposition Opens diplomatic,tasks came Just before The group win constitute: an un- Boxes LostAssociation

Skies were clear over a large the four-power conference Foreign questioned majority In the Senate
part of the blanketed area but in Ministers opening In Moscow when it votes possibly tomorrow

the northeast bitter winds tossedup Central Florida Exposi- March 10 to work out problems of on a proposal to pledge a $33 bil- Head

drifts ana hampered road trav- tion will open tomorrow at Or- Germany. lion ceiling on total spending for
lando's Uuu r...rk: and :
Expos Warns of 'Panic'If
Molotov objected on Feb. 14 to the year beginning: July I,
eLThe will run through March 1.' For
storjn whipped the Eastern ..edi a statement which was made to This promised limitation
more exposition news see JACK GUKNCTT *
area for nearly 24 hours before tonal on page 4 and Section C a Senate hearing on confirmationof billion under the figure proposed tOur Own Staff Correspond tJ]

abating. Its center swept out over of this edition. David Lilienthal as chairmanof by President Truman but S1H PLYMOUTH ..

the North Atlantic but the edge of A the U. S. Atomic Energy Com- billion more than the House- CtApE :st Declaringthat

the storm hit northern Maine yesterday .r-I mission. allows only comparatively minor p fr he believes at least 25

and headed for New Bruns- Red Cross To I IStart Molotov said Aehesoa'i description eats In the $1100,000,801 President million boxes of fruit from

wick. Forecasters expected eight of Soviet foreign policy Truman said would be the current Florida citrus

Inches of snow in.northern Maine. was "slanderous. necessary for national security. crop have been lost due to the
Twelve thousand attacked DriveSaturday
men "Mr. Marshall's reply regardingthe Some congressmen predict that freeze and other climatic adversities. -
pile of In Now York
snow Guard\a\ hostile statement is not when Army and Navy appropriations -' ,4 tln,4Df R. A. "Bob" Carleton manager -
La Field
City yesterday convincing"' Moscow radio said bins which determine the SdreRAlgrw1IIYeJ of Plymouth Citrus Growers
662 flights cancelled
adding that the Soviet Govern- amounts the services actually will Assiu last night pleaded with

ever a three-day period. Orange County chapter of ment "retains its opinion expressed get. come before the House there growers to "keep from getting

Ships were delayed In reaching I the American Red Cross in Its note of Feb. 14. will be the strongest kind of resistance panicky.: "

New York because of heavy seas. has for the .. to major slash. _
completed plans / afr JE At'LI Carleton told the growers of
Long distance trains late MOSCOW [UP British
were as I opening of its 1947 fund cam- propa- Elsewhere on the Capital scene:_I / Florida that If they.would hold:
much as an hour or more. gandists could themselves
save a Two high-ranking GOP representatives -
their fruit until aftet this first
The nation's metropolis, had an paign next Saturday to coincide lot of effort by sticking to informative -Landis tlnd.1 and
rush of the
11 1-3 inch falL In some New England with the national Red Cross items and dropping Hoffman tMich.1 demanded that ,J JQS embargo shipments they should following good

anci''Middle Atlantic areas drive. Don Evans, campaign chairman their "free course In education" the House labor committee start price for both fresh and see canned

there was as much as IT Inches. announced last night. when broadcasting to Russia Political work immediately on drafting a citrus for the rest of the season.

Dickinson County Va.. had 27 Evans also said he eras confi- Historian Eugenie Tarle strike control bill as three plant r! ( ti r .E4TfI N I
: issue
1\ Taking with most estimates
Inches. dent the 1947 goal will have been said yesterday. foremen
I argued against unioniza- I
I official and otherwise, of
reached before the close of March
As a, matter of fact Tarle tion of supervisory employes anda
LONDON UPI Britain'l worst I the freeze and Incidental damage
-Red Cross month inasmuch
as charged in article in
blizzard In centuries raged on his committees an Maga- shopworker-Douglas Dean of t'Z : to the crop Carleton said that all
are now fully organized zine Culture and Life BBC Niles Mich.-asked k
Rus Congress to
\ :
through Its second day yesterday and pointing to statements of loss have missed the
a strong,
sian-language broadcasts deliberately "outlaw the closed or union ei ,
smothering transportation and speedy campaign. shoP'1 j ROLLI NS \ main point-the fact that millions
facts Maj. Gen. P. B. '
Juggle and ,
bringing the threat that gas u "The unfailing and transmit Fleming V41 AN/MA7ED NfR&AZ/NE of boxes of fruit have been eliminated -
ever "agitattve. poisonous and slanderous fice of Temporary Controls head. I ,
well u electricity would be cut I from the deal
off in freezing and fuel-starved services. ,;o.v...of_ the% : Red Cross are-too items" in an effort to mislead- said if the House decision to cut | r / '---4.,,9, ', ....,,, ,,...rymrHiaa/ri//go/9rr A I In an exclusive Interview regard-
important to our the OPA funds is allowed to the
Soviet stand
Britain because of lack cf coaL / : people. 4. 11 Ing the current citrus situation
,+ :: county and nation I "BBC lends assistance to war ] practical result would be an end // :
: fi
Temperatures dropped to 25 degrees ,& j for the Carleton said that this elimination -
: people Incendiaries and reflects to rent control "in every com- '
a spiritW1friepoly'toward
In the wake of high winds ... ,. 11 by natural causes can work
: : tel munity"
that swept the blizzard in from : :./:" ( i.. the Soviet r to the advantage of growers if

the Atlantic Friday, Snow con- '<,,' proCl'short .1et'I'I Union." Rep. Helen Gahagaa Douglas .. they win Just hold back their fruit

tinued to fall on London and-most %-:;{- ID-Calif.] charged GOP Congressional I NOTABLES WILL HEARD I until the
< coal the chairman -i BE AT ROLLINS first rush of postembargo

other areas throughout.yesterday. -. said adding I Harry K. Thaw If...S.leaders foreign,are policy undermining and- | Thomas Bonnet I' shipments are out of the way.

: I Here are direct quotations from
Mother, Five Children Hetting a perfect pattern of Animated Magazine his statement:
peacetime ; "
Perish in Home Fire service Isolationism. "During the put few days a
Dies in CrashThomas
Dies at of 76 And a Senate inquiry into the
[ benefits of Red Age great deal has been said about the
NEVADA. Mo. Uj Mrs, ;Betty multi-billion-dollar lending
oper- Goes To Press i freeze damage fruit
Cross are 1>n a TodayRollins to our crop
Graham. 43. and her five email
ations of the Reconstruction Fin- !
Edward : in public statements various
Evans much broader I MIAMI BEACH Bonnet by
children perished 'yesterday in [ ] ance Corp.-the first under-
flames which swept through their scale now than ever before and Harry K. Thaw, 76, taken-was promised by ever Chairman College will "publish" the 20th edition of its lived for awhile after the growers and shippers. But. to my
at no time has the need for these mind most If not all have missed
small five-room home here after services been greater. aire playboy, died million-I Tobey '[R-N. H.] of the Senate famous Animated Magazine today at 2:30: p.m. before a Taylorcraft plane he was the main point because they have

9p the father. Charles. 50, tossed Banking Committee.Ambulance. piloting late Friday plum-
'Assistance to service men and home here last night. throng of "subscribers" that may total almost 10,000. not stressed the all important fact

kerosene into, a' coal: stove three veterans is as important now as Thaw, who inherited $40 I Editor Hamilton Holt and Publisher Edwin O. Grover meted to the ground carrying that millions of boxes have now

feet away from the door to their I Crew him to a fateful death but Just been
during war years. x x x million died after a turbulentlife have obtained a list of -"contributors0 representing various I { completely eliminated from

bedroom.- Graham was injured "Tens of thousands will be in during which he had shot and! Loses Thrilling ,phases of world and national life, i how long the popular Orlando I our deal, which will mean a shortage -
military and veterans >hospitalsfor killed Sanford White noted T I sportsman lived after the. crash of supplies and higher pricesfor
which will equal the best Animated I
Race With Stork Former Gotham I win never be known. the fruit that is left. To
The WeatherORLANDO some time to come. This adds in 1906 and spent seven Magazines of the past. I me.
up to a Job vastly greater than the years in an insane asylum. Florida highway patrolmen and it works out this way:
Vice Overlord All reserved seats were sold by
LYNCHBURO, Va. [UPI members of the Orange County
: of more normal years !of "The most generally accepted
last but there will be
Enraged by Thursday '
an alleged
confession -
and Frank raced considerable
: Smith Sheriff office found
Fair today Increasing cloudiness peace. 1 by>> his chorus girl wife Arrested in Cuba several thousand bleacher seats' estimate of fruit on the tree,
their ambulance Ice-covered evidence that Bonnet, former -
tomorrow slowly rialngtemperatore. "Its further obligations of preserving Evelyn Neblt, that she had bad over for subscribers who failed to obtain captain as of Feb. 6, the morning of the
health of training men relations with White prior to winding country roads 'yesterday HAVANA [API Cuban Secret tickets. in the Army Air Forces had first freeze b SO minion boxes.
their All general admission
their marriage Thaw killedWhite Police arrested Charles"Lucky" survived the impact and though
and It was a race with Doc Stork. yesterday
for useful i
women service
of I Personally, I believe this estimate -
while the latter seats are free to the pub-
f LAKELAND [CAP Partly cloudy was celebrating Luciano former New fatally injured had managed
bringing first aid At the end of the paved roads
to victims of b
the opening of one of liC. high and I say this because
and slightly warmer weather was and with two miles to the two York vice overlord shortly after somehow to extricate himself from
misfortune and of fulfilling its his major architectural achievements go. I do not think the tremendous

forecast for today by the Federal- charter obligations for disaster -Madison Square Garden abandoned their ambulance. he left his luxurious home in the I On the list of contributors will i the plane and crawl at least 20. droppage of grapefruit and
State Frost Warning Service. in New York. be. Dr. V. K. Wellington Koo. feet df
Miramar residential section with away holding a piece plexfI -
preparedness and ice
and relief, place a I Through snow they luggeda
Temperatures ranging from 32 In Atlantic City two bodyguards.He Chinese Ambassador to U. S. glass in his hands attempting to [Continued on Page 5, CoL 1]
constant demand on Red Cross yesterday a! cot to carry Mrs. Thurman I I I
to 35 degrees accompanied by feminine voice asked a newspaper was placed in an immigration one of the world outstanding attract attention from flying air-
action. Wade to a hospital for the birth of I
scattered light frost were predicted 1 about Thaw's condition and then camp and an authoritative diplomats; William O. Douglas craft. Legion Skipper Pins

for the Gainesville district, with sobbed into the telephone that the her baby. said he would be asked to associate justice U. S. Supreme I I
i Stalin Urges Red source Apparently his plane ran out Rocket 'Plot' to Reds
Army (speaker was the former Evelyn .
They lost the Doc Stork
no frost danger in other race. immediately.If Court Fred and Paula Stone of I'
areas. | Nesbitt, now 61. leave the country ; of gas and crashed just a few NEW YORK lAP Paul Griffith -
No frost was expected tomorrowand To 'Greater Successes'LONDON got there first. It was a sturdy he refuses' he will be held until the stage radio and cinema; ,J I minutes before dusk for the American Legion national

Tuesday- mornings, [API Generalissimo U.s. Communist Boss son for the Wades. April 29. the expiration date of Joe Tinker one of baseball's Immortals j I knee-high weeds surrounding the I,commander, yesterday accused

Stalin urged the Russian Army, Driskill and Smith stayed for a the six-month permit under whichhe and Alexander W. Wed- plane showed where Bonnet had I Russia of firing rockets over

Cracker Jim Sez: last night to "new and greater Sees Economic Crisis cup of coffee.Raleigh entered Cuba last October. Immigration dell, former ambassador to Argentina crawled with the glass and then i I Sweden "Just to find'out if those

That there cold wind came a successes in military training" LONDON UPI William z.1 authorities said the permit and Spain. crawled back to just in front of :
blowln from the would not be renewed. the aircraft where his body was rockets could reach our cities of .
North again Foster head of the American
yes- Moscow radio reported. Paper Drops Benito Herrera, chief of secret!, There will be W. T. Holliday
tiddy an when I got up it felt like I Communist Party. yesterday predicted -I discovered yesterday. : Chicago: Cleveland and Detroit"If
the North Pole In an order of the day on the an economic crisis shak- Ads in Sunday Edition police said he ordered the arrest)i president. Standard Oil Co. of I Evidently Bonnet was not aware dispatched from Spitsbergen.
had been moved 29th anniversary of the Red Army the United States and the on the grounds that Luciano's res- Ohio, James B. Carey, secretary- for
I of his plight Just a stones ,
ling RALEIGH N. C. [API JosephusDaniels' idence in Havana "may cause pub
rite outside my founding Stalin declared tire capitalistic world. as he Plane Cracks
; Military
'I lic disorder. treasurer of CIO Eldridge Haynes. I throw from where he crashed was Up
window. Hit ""This is required of us for x x x i spoke at the opening meeting ofBritain' i News and Observer announced I publisher. Modern Industry, mho a field large enough to accommodate -I FRANKFURT, Germany CUPJ
oughten to stay Communist Party Con-
consolidation: of peace x x x insuring 1 yesterday its Sunday Vet 20 Weds Girl 14 I will "write" the lead editorial an emergency landing of an :
coolish long :
very the security of our motherland gress. paper today would appear without aircraft much larger than the Wreckage of a two-engined
though cause the He said U. S. capitalists were PITTSBURGH [APJ Looking Kathryn Abbey Hanna, Florida's French
classified plane Bonnet was piloting. military plane with a crew
possums and "enormously strengthened" by the advertising-display: or like a youngster dressed for Sun- j
distinguished author-historian; Officers investigating the accident : -
coons is a rangin war and they now were trying -because of the newsprint scar day school. Patricia Miner 14. became pieced together this story: I of four. missing in stormy weather

aroun a fur dis Blast Wrecks' Plant;, "to secure their domination over city. The paper has a froJen circulation the bride yesterday of Grif- Laurence Duggan director InstItute After the crash Bonnet appar- l was reported found yesterday near
of International Education
tance. Iffen it the .whole world." of more than, 93,000. i fith Sullivan 20 baker and former I of: I Neu Isenburg. 10 miles couth of
was goin to be real cold for long One Killed, 25 Hurt Army cook. Mrs. Anna Miner ''I Dr. William Trufant Foster [Continued on Page 2, Col. 6] I' here.
them rascals wouldnt hardly stick Wire Kills Policeman Morrell. Pa., her mother, consented Winter Park a nationally known
UTICA [AP) 40 Arrested in Pofris ,
A terrific Riot
their noses outen their holes. explosion,'{ : to the marriage. educator and Harold M. Sherman
Strike Threat Mounts
still a mystery followed by fire. playwright author of "Mark Frank Sinatra III
". Just To Scare Him' PARIS [APJ Forty persons were I
blew a three-story Mohawk Valley I Twain." PARIS IAP1 The threat of a
arrested andtwo t ACAPULCO Mexico T A P 1
TODAY vten newspaper Aid Need Cited
Dayton __*ch Tides: Huh 025 ... Knitting Machine Corp. plant to,{\ PHILADELPHIA IUPJ Patrol photographers [New York Times Japan I Carcla Bell Williams dramatistand general strike grew in France yes Frank Sinatra. singer, is ill withan
Sad I 40 .....; Low *:SO a... end 2 42 p lB. bits yesterday, caused heavy damage man Joseph H. Lombardo 35, was WASHINGTON [API Ambassador impersonator will contribute terday as 1,300,000 Government
Cca *...cll Tides. Huh 8 30 ... and in the Immediate found shot-to death in his wife's and International News Service!, Atcheson Jr. political intestinal infection his wife
t !SO .... ; Lav 3.O* .m. and 2.53 .... vicinity and George a sketch and Chandrama Prem workers and 50,000 miners declared -'said
last when 104
**a.*.tian InM TwfcMJ mill 1'25 ._!It. resulted in one death and injuriesto i arms yesterday in their first floor injured night police advisor to Gen. MacArthur. said Nath Dass. former president; Isabella they would walk off their jobs yesterday. His fever was
end s 45 PJK., lx" 3.Ol a m. and 2 47 p.m, 25 persona. Loss was estimated i apartment. Mrs. Anna Marie Lom- broke up a demonstration called last night Japan needs economic Thorburn College, India, will unless in- degrees.
they receivedsalary
wan II M Beta 1.2L
PkaMK LOCAL TKMPEaATU'ES Rises : 1 at 200000. I b rdo. 28. admitted pulling the by a right wing political group to assistance so it can be self-sup-i, speak. Lois Lenski. whose book
R rdtd by TJA. WntlMr B
Mubmm U: 11I;.._ 4e: '!'Nutt Tells i i an empty pistol"Just to.scare him."I French Government. j I I practices. i i [Continued on Page 2, CoL 1] i BIACHAM: "K".r Car OoodbT," 10.

I 1.... _______ 45 1 pi -.. ___ Resignation I 'I.Shell Blast Kills'Six 310 520. 730. t 40.ROXY .
________ :80 1 MANILA [API U. s: Ambassa- I' GUATEMALA CITY IAP1 Six S-.20 73O.: "Kever 940 Sty Goodbye 100. J-ItX

i !i ___----_ g p.m.p.a _- ;; $0 I'dor Paul V. McNutt confirmed Miracle (I youths were killed and 10 others 443 CAMEOfb,.... 5:300COLONY. : Affairs of Satan. J3S:
p.m. 55 yesterday Saves Life
that he Hereper
--- soon would
----- resign "
8 51S Baby's I were wounded yesterday in the explosion If I Had My Way 2JO.:
:-:: ::====,= : '.p.m.: ==--= and Implied an early agreement of an artillery shell which $;OS. 7:IS a:30
a--.. _._ .... U. S. GRAND 'Aoelocr Per Murder ItM.
40 I 12 on military bases in J
.... ----h" P 1ft. .., they were attempting to saw open. 3'20, 5:45: 8 10. 10 30. "Blaader How
the Philippines. 2_IS. 4-40. T.OS: S :ZS_
n say-------- :: n ::::==-==== 43 An 8 -pound baby boy is alive : victim of a rare destructive combination I cent with Rh positive blood. half pint-of affected blood In i They had found the shell on an RIALTO .The: KM. Front Brooklm-
NOe -___ .. ..Idailbl _-__ 44Y1MPOPATYRaa I at Orange Memorial Hospital today of blood conditions and I Appearance of Rh antibodies in the baby's body at birth were replaced army target range. 2 20. S':35.-. t' *_. .'Don. Gamble W'tbBtranc.n. .
"" Charter as result of a medical miracle I even under extraordinary skillful the Rh negative blood of the | by a greater amount of I VOGUE The 1 DO 4 Bachelor IS 7.30. 10 Daushten"43o.I .

WASHntOTOM tap we.ta.r CLSIWMMC 811"'.. ""- Yf in which a staff physician injected treatment the hospital reported, I mother it was said is generally healthful: strength-giving blood 1947Xemruary 1947 2-20,. S'33' $:49- "Hf Hater 3 Secret 3 3ft7O5 -
J':rt. *.:=pr* mn. for 'ne Jt hour endAlpena ----'-:- ..A' Ian entirely new supply of bright.. would have been doomed. fatal for the infant. This condi- and the tiny life went on. Normal 1013BABY GRAND; "A Ware A War And

ataN.i MI Le al.ti.e Hi La Service J I health-riving blood into ., The blood condition known to tion affected the blood.stream of blood content of a new-born AM a** 74., lAt Ja JW' hl ,.A Mann. 2:20.: S;23. I 25- Rale Amfela
11t: .yt1Je 24 fant's veins in exchange for a'' science as Kb, authorities said. the unborn baby several weeks.be-t baby's body is one half pint. but 330. (:35. '4O

.MlaatA 33 S3 28 34 MemvbJ* 5A.be01. 79Uiaaii blood supply which would have was the cause of the trouble. fore birth. i! in .the process of substitution a 23 24 25 26 27 28 CLERMOtrrffitr DRIVZnfEochasiMt: Bar Forest Goodbye.
07 43 i
AU'Dlte CH, 30 17 loIma..aL P1 1* 4 1 caused death within a few hours. They classified the case as ery- I Abnormal cells were revealed i full pint of new blood was injected. DELANO-OREKA: "Tapper Take A
I Trip"
Boatoa BlrmlMham si IT itBuffaJ. M Mobile M 3MoatvoBwrr > Hospital authorities reported the throblastosis fetalis-meaning a in loge Quantities in the blood Daily: blood tests since the 1947 jQareh 19+1 :[err "Hemare$0"oROvLLND
17 13 New Orteaa U 37 33Me S7 case is almost unprecedented in destruction of red blood cells. stream 19 minutes after its transfusion authorities said, have I "C
Cbkae.Chatta oa 2s S3 3o York 29 II medical history, and was broughtto Specifically in lay language I birth indicating rapid blood destruction I shown disappearance of any blood I Jut 7S+ 1M -.w 7ft* IW' Sel HAIffES KISSrMMCX8 CITY: !BeI4on4o._ Vtn.IA .""
12 Norfolk 37 26 w.-""'- -20 ibis. successful conclusion here forth .
Orange Memorial
Citclnn.tl 3l 20I I Petiadetph4 29 authorities related characteristic which might prove I K: WALErb. Time. The Pius
D Cle.Naed>u. ss 38 16 rboenl2 77 : 3 I, first time in the South.The I trie child was born to a Dr. Brame Immediately began I detrimental to the baby's growthand 1 And LEESBUBO Tbe air]:."''WocI_" FAIR: "Hitcft-
Dram, 41 :4'HI ; BC Piwbeb Laula 22 11 GRIFFIN transfusion was performed mother whose blood condition was substitution of good blood for the progress. :. hike T. Happineaa." -
Dot o" 23 13 B Fraaelae* .33 2 4 25] He by Dr. Dorothy D. Brame. assistedby Rh negative, a rare condition affecting corpuscle-depleated stock in the The hospital reported last night 2345618 MOUNT DORA: The atra...," Sad
J.dlY..I.K.BM. Clt22! .JM 35 I Tampa Bavannak 37 32 I t" Dr Edgar E. Hitchcock.The only about 15 per cent of ne .-born child's body. of its miracle baby whose first ''T! Pal 7YSai.r"eAKPORD- hS aa' Of TheRb"\

Laa Kir Weat U M Vteaakmrf et II 41 20 E I'7 j baby a week old today, was all blood cases studied The fath-I' Within two hours approximately -,j name is Hampton Jr. that '11e'sl: 9 10 11.12 1313p'' ST CLOODMat: : Mia Meets"warren : Of
Aataiat SO "1 Waahttctos 31 u destined before birth to be the I I'j er belonged to the & 290 cubic centimeters one healthy, kicking and hungry, [ The Zombies.onansaosis.van


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r, >, ;-Page:- 2 [A1] r Lin etnt3tt1- 5tttttml-6t.tr r Orlando, Florida- ., February 23--..,-1947 Thompson Raps I I!Thomas Bonnet fly!pal to Bonnet Airport.the control'a graduate tower at of Munlei-* Tulsa I U.S. To Ease

"uwrS University was stationed at the
J Dies in Plane Orlando Army Air Base during

JI I k 3 Georgia BillsATLANTA CrashContinued the managed latter the part air of base's the war.Softball He Jap Isles Bid

.. ,.. team and took an active part in
the athletic program there as
flip] Active: GOT. M. [ from,Page 11] wen as lending a helping hand NEW\ YORK (AP] In the face

E. Thompson charted yesterdaythat entry pulled himself out of the to Coach Paul ONeil and the of Russian-British opposition, the
> six weeks of the 10-weeks cession Orlando High School football
I II H of Georgia1 general assembly cockpit, crawled out on the right team during the 1915 season. United States will not demand immediate -

Ii -, rIr "have gone with the wind." wing, over the fuselage onto the j Upon his discharge, he decided I acceptance: of its plan
I aF He lambasted House forces of :left wing where he found a piece to establish a residence in Orlando j for placing 623 Japanese man-

i GOT. Herman Talmadge for con of the plexi-glass then crawled out and was employed by the Naco I. dated islands m the Pacific under
awning "most of the time in efforts I I Fertilizer Company. He
in front of the badly damaged was a a UN strategic trusteeship, informed
r. toward punitive legislation !member of the Junior Chamber of sources said yesterday.
plane hoping to attract some kindof
j .j and on bills aimed against some Commerce and an officer in the Instead American Delegate
sf attention. Blood stains bore
i si individual or group"Thompson i Orlando Quarterback Club. Warren R. Austin was said to be -
this theory out. Ironically enough
asserted it's now time Funeral services have not yet ready to let the proposal stanrt
: he crashed not mile
iI :: ; ; for the Legislature "to forget some more a been completed. The body is in once it has officially reached the'
from the home of Walter Bronson
I ". -.\ of the things they are against and charge of Carey Hand Funeral floor of the Security Council and
: and about two miles to the westof
.. :. :: give more time to thinking Of some I Home. gone on the agenda.
_. the
I ;wrtELDRIDGE : Orange Blossom Trail in I
of the things they for"He
are 'the Turkey Creek district.It { Bonnet's survivors Include his However, the United States
II I I tt added that "already too seems incredible that Bonnet widow and a three-year-old will make It clear that It intendsto
ranch time has been spent toward could have pulled himself from the i I daughter, Carolyn.. remain on the islands.

t HAYNES JAMES B. CAREY destructive acts and too wreckage as badly injured as he
e, WILLIAM o. DOUGLAS W. HOLLIDAY publisherPatterson CIO official, little toward. constructive legislation. must have been. Coroner Eugene
Court Justice Standard Oil president
Supreme ."
Duckworth reported that he suffered -
>5 1,, 'The Supreme Court win hear a crushed chest deep lacera- The EMORY GLEE CLUBj
verdty of the birth of Washing arguments on 'Thompson's appeal tions about the face and body and

; Animated MagazineGoes Calls for'a Superior Court decision upholding severe bruises.
ton.President Truman, bareheadedin Talmadge as legal Gov- Bonnet had been listed as missing -
.. since about 4 j Emory UniversityWill
a chilling wind stood silently ernor on Mar. p.m. Friday when
I he took off for a routine flight ina
as a bugler sounded "taps" at the plane owned the Render a
by Raymond
To TodayContinued For Strong U.S. snow-mantled tomb of George State Field AgentsTo Aircraft Corp. i

and Martha Washington. Attend SchoolTALLAHASSEE His flight plan supposedly was CONCERTat
I When the last note faded away have carried him
to northwest into
front Page ] State Department
[ : [AP -
Va. rAP Secretary -
e the President walked into the redbrick field to Lake Apopka area but searching the
I "Strawberry Girl" received the Gallery of Art. Rollins Student of War Patterson recalled to I vault and laid there a wreathof will attend of a Agriculture regulatory law,men en- planes yesterday morning i

Newbery Medal .as the best con Center. Thomas R. Baker Museum 'the nation yesterday the advice of red carnations. forcement school here from March. found the wreckage southwest of ii
Woolson House. the field and reported immediate- FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
tribution in 1946 to children' and George Washington to keep the "The duty to. defend the nation 3to6. I
CONTENTS in war is beyond challenge." Supervising Inspector: Phil Taylor ..
t read chapter from TABLE OF ,United States so'strong that belligerent -
literature a foreword by the Xdtt _Hamfltca Holt Patterson said. "The duty to of the department said some
.. SEAT COVERSComplete Feb. 25-8 P M.i
nations will not AUTO
r her novel. Former "Uarpera editor. 1t..i'daprndest.. be ready to come to its defense 70 field men will be present for : .
"Articles1 will be limited to laln Pdit.rialEfdrtdo H mepublUher. lightly hazard- giving us provoca when necessary follows logically. the conference. They will discus Stock. i
flve minutes each. Editor Holt "Modern_. Indiuur" tion." ." food and meat market Inspection, We Install Them Hear the "So th's Sweetest Singers"
who. originated the "magazine Should Student Stud WIlliam Truftnt Totter Universal military training. Pat- Today the President will attend the new weights and measures Opera. Negro Spirituals. Operetta and Popular Songs
that comes alive." and publishesIt Former __Ident. Reed. Co *.. terson said is the answer. ceremonies at the unveiling of a' law' egg and poultry Inspection ED MAYO .- .
each February as a feature of A HewDram.tl.t and CImpereoe torWiama I Patterson spoke in ceremonies new statue of Washington in the, and seed, gasoline and kerosene 101 N. Main Tel. 9782 I NO CHARGE >a6t9. :-. .- L-oFn.ING--- :
Founders' Week will again be The United lfaUoDI and FtSCc1j- :commemorating the' 215th anni- Washington Cathedral. inspection. .
armed with his famous blue pen- V. K.
elL If "copy" runs over the prescribed World Chinese OoYenunent Ambuudor the United States .J I t.1 _''2-:: -::-:- 7: .-'
length he will bring his Wallace Trevor Homes : .
resident. Standard OH Co. of Ohio I
blue pencil into play. An America. Credo -James B. CarerSecret.ryTreasttnr i.r
1:. CIO ( 'r ) {
AH contributors to this year's'anniversary Tbo Unseen FlameChandrama- : ;' : ,. : : _
Hath Dace (1 ,
: edition are making Prom "; ; : c c'fC' ; ;:
rthelr debut on the Animated Magazlne. Former president.. Isabella India TborbmnCollege. 'r. :.." 'j... .. '. \ ., .....--. ...." ...,.---

:.''appeared old. exeept favori last year.Fred/and However Stone Weddell.who Edi-who is.an AdTertiflnc Ambanadof JDaen-JeI..tIa on Publisher Special Alexander: Marion Oitood. W. W.dd.nPormer Ororu' ,,: '-iJf: Y; : r:l; :;i. ;r; ": ', ., ,' "v >: : : <:: :. :1;: ''. : '7:: : :;:;

tor Holt has Invited popular con- ambassador ArtentlnaStrawberVy to 6Paln and ; .
tributors of the past to sit on the Girl (Children's Fate.)- ,- -
canopied platform that serves as Lois LensU ,. -.
Winner of Hewberr Medal for IMS ", > : <
an editorial office. Children's Uteratoro .,,'''' "
contribution to :
With sorfnany celebrated personalities Our Latin-imerlaa Foretcn PolicyLaurence -DuttanDirector. .. : { ,;;, : L' '

[ dh the program. Editor Institute of International :
Holt has asked that "subscribers"o EducationOantsten .
refrain from asking for autographs forthcoming of the Lake Irerglsdes Okeechebeo(from volume her ; .;.. -_ '".i. .

before and after the magazine to. -"Lakes ef America" esrieliKathryn rr : :
avoid. confusion. anther-lecturer. Inter-American Abbey relation Hanno .II
Dr. Orover as publisher and advertising -E".n- h.nea (Sports paseWJe '
manager, said last night I i Tinker (himself' ) -
that all proceeds from this year's The atruiile for JusticeWilliam O. Doaslas "
issue would be donated to the Associate Justice XT. 8. Supreme Court \ ; .
: :
\ '
Rollins $575,000 Victory- Expansion The Making oi a PlaywrUht Play'-Harold M. Sherman ''i ::' It

program. A Few Minutes with Mark Twain ..
lie pointed out that every dol- Star of American. 8t.Fred.. Stone .
lar -subscribed- to the mara- Introduced by Paula Stone. eta of % $ ,. ., -
state., screen' and radio Y t.1 -
wino would be credited to the a 'C', -
balance Rollins must raise before I i 3,'-r I. :....
it obtains- Us new $SOO'OOOlIbral'J' Deputies Near .. .:.1..
I z 4e
The library was given to Rollinsby .
Davella Mills Foundation of 'Littje Peace'Parley

Upper Montcjalr. N. J. on the con*- -
ditlon that the college complete i II Close /
its V-E goal by CommencementDay. '
June 4. of this About, .. -
year. ._ :--h
LONDON [CAP The "little peaceconference" : :
$190,000 still remains to be rais I .'- .._ .
of the four-power :
-J. -
ed.Dr. ministers neared :
deputy foreign an
Holt will be host to the contributors I
end yesterday with only a few ..
at a luncheon at his
home before the magazine. After- !short steps taken down the roadto t 4 > r sup n .r
formal with Germany ancf'Austrla.
wards he- will escort them to the peace .
editorial office on the Rollins intramural K .. '.
The six-week conference adjourns s r r
athletic field.Pounders' II > e
Week program' will Tuesday to submit reports
I to the.coundl of ministers.
start today at 9:45: am. with a ,
service in Knowles Memorial which will attempt. to draw up ?
Chapel. The Rev. Cot Charles pacts with Germany and Austria

Trexler. DIX. Army chaplain and Moscow next month. r A\\ L\ I
prominent New York Lutheran Today the deputies recommended .- ..... '
clergyman will deliver the sermon. that the Austrian Army u
Seats will be reserved for college I be restricted to approximately f / .
and alumni until 9:40 ajn. The 50.000 an air force of 90 planes ... t.
> 1 I f ) 'II ;
remainder of the chapel is open I but no bombers and an armored 4 3, -t Y aujilt ; ,...;.
'wa IA' I I I I-1.t a .
to the public. corps of 30 tanks. '
I t ::
; Services In other Winter Park Former generals of German or l 1
> churches will be from 9:30 to 'Austrian armies would be banned .:. ,.. -_. :!
11:30 a.m. I from the new Army. -- -
Immediately following the Animated -I l r .___ -

Magazine the following', British J >
Spot Refugee
buildings will be open for Inspec- I : : :
tion by .the public: New Administration -:: Ship With 620 Aboard .. -., i1LZ\ \ ii .. U
Building. Knowles Memorial {i -'
:'I JERUSALEM UPI] An illegal W' < ,-. .;......
Chapel, Annie Russell
Theater. Alumni House. Beal- Jewish immigrant ship named the <, :il.L' :;! ... Nassau I ::: '

Maltbie Shell Museum. Carnegie "Ben Hecht" manned by an :t'W' ..J:6a.3 ii. nju __ ..,...,
American and 620 .
Library Casa Iberia. Dyer Memorial i crew : -. ;:-
La Matson Provencale, Morse I refugees was reported to have r F :
been sighted last night outside the !. i iz

I three-mile limit working Palestine ..< .-. \ .....- + .
territorial waters. ., "
I WANTED! To buy or lease : '''#'i."t' .
British authorities closed off the
with privilege of buying a port area of Haifa and moved police .'. -'i- .-.;r- Follow.TruC ,... ."" "
Photographic Studio in Central ...
and Army reinforcements into '. f. ..
I Florida. ::';1'. '': t :. c
the town apparently in preparation -

Box MISS W9 MART, KeldsvUlc M. BAKER, N, C. for receiving the refugee ship .
[ and deporting its passengers to

Cyprus. .,2; ;. : ; i / : 1 I

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will be necessary to move my stock of rare camellias from -. : "
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my sales lot to my nursery a month early this year. For : THAT HAVE A DEFINITE FLO j

this reason, I am offering these special values this week. _. :: : 't" r9.

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-{!; it 4 s' : with' snug knitted bottom $17.50 McGREGOR SPORTS JACKET of

On all .\- 4 l -'- q. 1' .. ,
standard varieties. 24" to 30" Specimen plants -
: all guaranteed field grown and blooming size. -; .{ = s: ; fine-Wale Greenwood corduroy $25. Trousers to'match$8. ;.. tt.

Kumasaka Brilliant :> .. ; ::m {
:' Chandler ElrgansCandidissima Cameo Pink ( :

HermesKellinztonia : .' : ;
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:: Pink Perfection <- -, -:.' ::I t "' :" '::':.

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Orlando.,Florida. February. ,,23.. 194? tZbr &unbaJ ,&tnttntl-&tar Page 3 [Al] ,
Dearth of
I Central Florida Exposition
Airline Plans New Stops [would be Included In Its schedules .I
I March 10. The new Labor 'Bottleneck'Forecast
NEW YORK [AP) G. T. Baker beginning
I president of the National Airlines stopping off points are Philadelphia I Fertilizer Seen
announced yesterday that five : Norfolk. Va.. Wilmington. I CHILDREN'S DAY
new cities between here and Jack- i N. C. Charleston. S. C.. and Pen- '
.sonville. Ha. and New Orleans cacola. in WASHINGTON rAP Presidential -
,i I Assistant John R. Steelman,I MONDAY FEBRUARY 24
reported last night there will not I ,
be enough fertilizer to meet the
[ ] I
? Creedon predicted last night the 1947 housing I demands year despite of American all farmers this Children admitted free to grounds, to 12 noon

find building costs lower but hit a "major Government efforts -
Perhaps Your Nerves Are Starved may Ijen; .
RELIEF may lie ill "PHLOXOB"h'sKewtfsKfferartl in a shortage of labor. "Serious regional REDUCED MIDWAY PRICES.

Creedon, in a final report on the 1946 !! ,.. shortages' ? %
.. t
have already be For Children
'run by his
Wyatt. said 1.003.600 gun to appear."

,..... ",(SI.f.ssws),Narpossr C ,Ik... 'R ings were started. I said ment his the state-interagency by Royal American Shows
1Ufl,Vfift Ttttmg via biisy at* 10 SALEPleasant pleted and the E.
often _of V?.rrj,Amxifty, almost completely ferti-;

ImottoHM relaxation Strwhich and ability my q deep.pre.rent -T.sting Cambridge a For peacetime 1947 he basis." I lizer report program which a! ALL DAY MONDAY to 6 P. M.
u lion new homes
Scientists dimdutmeyo esBy tt to the first rankof
be partially doe to a need of Tin- Garlic Tablets equal number Federal pipb- Steelman Reduced Federal
wise std fhotplnltt, PbUxeBka construction year" F lems. Price Tax Total
tinued improvement of
become famous becme of is &>
ability* often'to.&.<*.end RUxTt A Us.4 fr relief of terials shortages. And amid the scarcity the Army Snake House 12c: 2c 14c
Ntrrts through these aumAlIEKirS R There should be has been directed to cut down its Glass House 12c 2c 14c
tiooa1 elements. a q High hood Pressure tion of building HOOFER-Mounted production of nitrogen fertilizer in I Fun House 12c 2c 14c:
PHIOXO I II sy pt... of I said.- addingIt is expected: a-'W'hite leisurely steed."Paul Re-Sue ordnance plants. Steelman announced Fat Girl 12c: 2c 14c

OFTEN GIVES rAUIATTVE until I I 30-Day Supply$2.00 I II I .. Dial..ss N."'.....u .. Tlr.da.u Hee4.c". building costs will Chicago streets to of railroad, because tank of cars the which shortage are Iron Lung 12c 2c: Uc:
IN TWO WEQCSMkerty't Rliffag !I. tto oars. greater efficiency in citizens to the civic needed also for other products. Merry-go-round 12c 2c 14c:
Pklo*.-B i. r bi..esy mmbiaed with Hosuop.tbic rationsof Tkrokblaj !. tho .*.<. tion and production."If Martin Kennelly can- Ferris Wheels 12c 2c 14c
the S Pk.ipl*tt* Inn, S.Jutm, CJtiium, foUautm, and MfA the volume of
2 1.01 12c 2c Uc
Sera for Wy tion in 1947 the Democratic nomi- Hey Dey : :
.m- C
4 boxes $2.02-6 boxes $3.03 lion as the mayor and Robert E. IGA R ETTES1.4 Moon Rocket 12c 2c Uc:
for ATatl+1 rtfero-B and tee bow added duly ntioo of TK- I merce estimates labor who wants to be alder- 0, : Caterpiller 12c 2c 14c
mint and r.., .UI may soothe irruabilirjr and nervousness and invite Chamberlin ,Natural Foods may well become the man. __ '' l'' Pretzel' 12c 2c 14c
hti : :
restful sleep through ebese.ttrhionai i factors By Han Add Uc neck in the housing _, JlAt.OS
Toy AutosMiniature 12c: 2c Uc:
"It is generally
Complete Health Food Store Minim. Order-1 c.rt.s:
CHAMBERLIN NATURAL FOODS labor requirements this M. Kessler I Train 12c 2c 14c
It E. Chore St. PkoM 72SZ EACH 3 CARTONS S4.SO-N COO'Shclidm
18 E. Church SU Orlando. Fla. By Mail Add r lie outstrip siderably.last The year's result Optometrist I pate* A H.au., .

ably be more numerous and Main Arcade N. OflMr CKfs Central Florida Exposition
serious craft I II THE FQSt IXCriANOSUNC
r 1946." | 1 r...... SSSI I Orlando Florida
.. .
Average sales I aniwer can l-ZSSS o. AIUOIl ST 4 NE"ARN. II
houses last year was $ '
the average monthly I' --

ans.large too Creedon Although"expensive portion said at of least for new derfuILew Bread Idea !

erans want to rent
buy. 42 percent of the
year were rental units.

; of 1VEo.. V FULL 4QT. CAPACITY 75

EP'tU -

yy2, : For
lIIG4 The Florida Public ,
and Publicity Assn. J
STORES got underway
better than 75
ing to Sanlando :
ing to Frank French
k t treasurer.
f. w. Earl Farris "
National Assn. of

$ meeting Counselors and headlined was 1

9 ,t Court at the Hotel banquet last night.in
.1 Farris complimented SOFTI1N4
for being the only State
tion organized as a _,1 FRESH
mote and publicize
r President 'Frank \ 1opEI LATER
Miami presided at
I session at Sanlando
WEEKLY I Wright introduced a .
BUYS THIS Walker. Public liNt x ..

a OutstandingNationally Publicity ida Citrus Director Exchange for, I I, ,.,,-

lined the procedure of
Known ing Florida citrus to Chows"a tl I
OUR PRICE r Richard D. Pope l I 1 t' I ut
ONLY $37 i II r1 i1 I I .
Pressure Oooker.FLORIDA'S panel Cypress discussion Gardens,on i III, I I i I I Ip /

and Magazines View
LARGEST RADIO AND APPLIANCE STORESGET Public Participating Relations in and the I p l l l
\ I
were: J. C. s.utlu ereurn..m+aa ,. q I'i' i I I I r
Star; William Traer
a Xwr Park publisher; Al
pn..r411YR..t mee publish. I
Ow 1AAVA oRtAwoo lAxBN'Os H pEII Marineland; Al Ady.
--' SARASOTA AYAAY burg and Joe Farris
tions counsel for U.s.
Clewiston.A. .
C. Slaughter
liger of the Orlando
Commerce officially
guests to the city.
Members will
mated Magazine this
Rollins College to






Neville tain findings"Stafford that 2 SEALED HALVES IN 1 LOAF!
made yesterday
for Immediate Delivery! STORES BIG Ellen quest Wilkinson Friday into'56.

member of the

$100 necessary who Dr.died Stafford to 16 exhume days said ago.it *e4 1 there ;is something new under the sun. It's

the Buckinghamshire Southern TWIN-PACK the bread with a
where it buried
Dr. Stafford was signed To open, just pull the tab-the outer wrapper
order he had certain
Weekly Bays moved for and you have two separately wrapped half
The report on the
analysis of these inside. TWIN-PACK is truly a triple feature
This Iron what caused Dr. fif/n. OPENS
(j der the Inquest. value, combining convenience, thrift and fresh
\T> have sold tettrltbouttntd .Miss Wilkinson was EASy-qUICKI!
of thenftmout r'' : education as the top-ranking when she in one package. When serving you need only

trout of the Labor party.CHECKER one half the other half remains completely

I --,. wrapped, with all its delicate oven-fresh fragrance ti
: 1
With Long life I in for later use. Once you try the new Southern

Heavy Duty Cord -PACK you'll it's the bread
We have a lane MI / say you've always
lock: of nationally I Buy a loaf today!
known irons including Y .( Olo4$ Zip It Opens.

) American Fully AutomaticNew r
Beauty. p r o t r. Irip- A
Samson Sun Beam pp +
and others for immediate e Speed Design

Weighs Only 2i Pounds SouthernTRADE

Metal Tilt I Stand Included With I Iron Each Half

MARK RE GS Sealed.7acABread .


1 1
1 TAMa4 uRnANo
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11 I' FEED !

= I He 66 W.Sell' Purina as LOAF THAT GIVES YOU 2 CHANCES TO USE IT UP FRESH'7 3 Serve Half, Save Half.


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ltlr & the decision between the School Board and THE PUBLIC THOUGHT
} &lUWt1Y rnttn'tarORLMDo. be made in advanceso J'
the Fair early enough '

FLA. that all concerned would know where Q A M EN
Reader Calls Rent
Published) ..eekly. New Yeri Da y. Fourth of July. Labor they stood. o'za'I
Day. Thanksgiving Dar and Christmas by Sentinel-Star Co. That all well Bob and nice
; was
(Orlando Daily Newspapers toe.1 at 238 South Oraac Ave.: very I
Orlando. Via 'J gesture on the part of the principals, but By JOHN BRANSCOMB Man's Only Salvation
En>ered as B.eod-eIas. matter at the Peat Offie. at i I
Orlando. Florida! under the Act at March Id. 11111. they knew all the time that the School ,I When John Wesley was dying he was heard to its the only plan by which we can build His King-

TELEPHONE Department 4161 Board didn't meet between Thursday night I ny. -Best of an. God is with us," It's greatly Indom.. Editor. the Sunday Sentinal-Star;

Subscription Price Sunday Only I5JO Per Yr. I' and Monday and that it was too late to do spiring to us as we continue the journey of life to 'It 'It 'It ) All this propaganda about raising -

MAXTIN ANMXMM Pv.usai, HIHIT BAIXH,EMTMUU. DIMCTO anything about the holiday ban. ji hear the last words of a grand old character expressing ard's The grave devil, is he clever.doesn't When show he a would man fill the a drunk-conse- rents and giving us more

Josim CAWTNOM Gin. M.t. MANCIL T. UWIIMCI An. D*. housing is a lot of malarkey. With
and assurance and confidence.A
optimism the
quences first. He depicts experience as sociable
c..W. LMITT I vs. M..u Roiuv F. W.u....... CLAss Msa 1 IN ALL, Bob, we'd say that you and and lot of fun. The i! building costs where they arcane!
ALL man may live abundantly and victoriously congenial a sting is covered -
Louts ANMRMM. MANMUM b. NOOUT COMSONMI Src. TUAS.Memker of Orange County are the I with veneer of pleasure It's only after the I everyone trying to buy the last
through the years and mean a lot to the world.
I can't how these
nail in town see
of The .Associated Press victims of a grownups' fight. person has become a victim that he has revealedto
the time of death continue to tell us
but coming to he can shake the realtors can
The Associated Press la exclusively entitled I
Grownups are 'just like kids Bob. They him the inevitable end.
to the use tor re-publication of a!) I that removal of rent ceilings will
ground on which many of us stand by dying with The technique in producing a thief Is Identical.
news dispatcher accredited to it or not have their arguments and their disagree- create more rental housing. The
otherwise also the local accredited news in published this paper herein.and e ments. Only'd ference is they seldom give : fear in his heart and question marks on his Ups Old Man Devil dares nnt show a man the shame : only housing being built today is

All rights for re-publicatioo of special a guy a punch on the nose,to settle a matter i That sort of repudiates the philosophy of Ufe by humiliation and punishment which are the consequences for the fellow who plans to live
herein also reserved. of dishonesty. He points '
dispatches arc out the fun himself who
once and for all and then shake his hand which he has lived. Good enough to live on. but there or by someone Also, it is true that I did send
I of getting something for nothing, of meeting | plans to sell the place for a good
PAGE ([A1 FEBRUARY 23. 1947 and the don't not sufficient to die by. pictures of him to a friend
forget argument. Grownups one's needs the easy way, withholding the penalties I profit. The only way well ever get some

i TODAY'S THOUGHTS do those things Bob. They argue and I It is my great conviction that at the heart of until the victim is hopelessly trapped. 1 I reasonable rental property is whenwe of mine at Columbia Pictures in

For an this they sinned still and believed not squabble and when they don't agree they things there is an immutable dependable, predictable Let's not kid ourselves. Sin can be a lot of fun start building prefabricatedhouses Hollywood. However, their receiving

for" his wondrous works. Therefore their days did many times remain angry at the fellow and eternal spirit, which, when laid hold at first. The devil is smart enough to show his 'same basis and as put buying the a plan car I on doubt the the pictures and their Interest
upon win see us through life victoriously, and yes. prospects only the pleasures at first but be not
He consume in vanity and their years in trouble. thev argued with. that we'll ever see such a plan in in him does not assure him
through the portals of death gloriously. That Spirit deceived, for always the broad way finally narrows I!of screen test. They wrote me
Psalms 783233.: In this case, Bob, we feel that you kids operation because the building a
operates on an interesting basis. It's on a basis down until at last the pilgrim of such is I would be glad to Interview
'Then a way it to the last they
let the good Thy mighty name revere. have been given a sort of deal because
And hardened 1 sinners Thy just vengeance fear. raw directly opposite from the plan exercised by the caught In the snare and squeezed; to death. I ditch.sU w.h can have such a him on his arrival in Hollywood
-Sir Walter Scott. they didn't announce their decision in timeto deviL When the call comes from God to us, we are If I were to start In to enumerate your sins plan, rent ceilings are the poor but that it was highly probable
?- do anything about it. Now they are talk- shown the difficult and exacting requirements. and mine. Td run into serious difficulties that man's only salvation. that they could not use him in

ing about doing it right next year. would embarrass all of us. My pet pleasures i I Iaren't E K. T, pictures
A Report to Bob Pleus Jr., And we also learned Bob that they are Z'gra t1f/ fl'gjz:9ce -. sins and they won't turn into hard conse- ', Anything you can do to correct

On Why No Holiday for Fair talking about giving you kids an extra : vv' p quences like yours. Isnt it funny that we reason Rollins Play/ Director this to your information paper will which be greatly was given appreciated. -

at Easter make that way. The old sister !sat! in the Amen Corner Makes News Correction
REST OF you grownups might as day's holiday time to up /n: .
THE know it the youngsters of Orange for your missing the Fair. Of course ,there while the person was condemning drinking. Amn: Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Star: HOWARD BAILEY.
her word. Then the
n'S. was preacher got the '
on sins Director The Annie
will be no Fair to to at Easter time Bob I would like to call jour attention
County are pretty well fed up with all of us. go of gambling, and stealing and cursing. All of to an article written by someone Russell Theater.

Tomorrow is Children's Day at the Fair but any holiday is better than none at all, these elicited hearty amens from the sister. j on your staff concerning one Winter Park

and the schools, which have closed this day thev figure. 'S But when the parson got to describing whata I Frank Hutson which appeared in *

for 19 or more years, this year will not The ways of grownups are mysterious, sin it Is to dip snuff she snorted and said. "He's your paper under date of Feb. 20. Sorry Rollins play director hid

close. If a fellow wants to go to the Fair we'll agree, because most of the time they quit preaching now and gone to meddling." I| Since my name is mentioned in to go off campus ,for theatrical
talents. We pleased
the article without my knowledgeor
he'll have to go after school or wait until tell a fellow they are doing something for approval. and there are some that young Hutson will get an in*
All of have
us sinned and fallen short of the
his good if it hurts. We'll
own even Editor )
and agree terview -
Saturday the. prices. misrepresentations of facts I would
pay grownup
good life. A wayfarer from earth knock"d at the
that this ban on the Fair holiday hurts and like know if it ould be
The of have been a deep to \ pos-
ways grownups Pearly Gates and St. Peter asked what he desired.
the there doesn't seem to be a bit of real reason sible to correct the article in some Townsend Club to Meet
to since beginning He
mystery youngsters expressed the wish to enter, but the gate keeper
for reminded him that he way.Here Orlando Townsend Club No. 2
oi things. had committed too
it.We're many I the facts Mr. Hutsonis '
are will meet at 7:30 Tuesday at
One of the deepest mysteries is the way sorry the older folks let you down, "Narrow is the way. The devil however. shows sins, and began to number them. As he counted. not and has never been enrolledas the Chamber of Commerce p.m. Bldg A
Bob and better luck next us the best he has to offer first, saving the penalties the sinner slipped behind the
we have of interfering with a fellow's fun. year. gate flopped his a student in Rollins College It musical program will be followedby
We tell the kids that we wish for last.I arms against his body imitated a rooster crowing is true that he did play in' "Stateof an address by Wayne B. Albers,
grownups THE MERRY-GO-ROUND can't claim to be a connoisseur of the devil's St. Peter, hearing that sound, ceased counting the the Union:' but this did not imply State Townsend Club..representa-
we were young again because a fellow has, work and methods, but I used to work for him andI man's sins and said. "Let bygones be bygones Comeon that he was a Rollins student. tive.

more fun during school years than at any learned a little about his technique then. This in"

other time of his life. And then we proceedto A Deal With RussiaBy will give you an example of what I mean. A man So rm not sitting in judgment on anybody, but CRACKER POLITICS

spoil that fun. It just doesn't make sense was a visitor in Hell and witnessed the interesting I'm contending that the way of the transgressor is

to the youngsters. DREW PEARSON sight of a table loaded with delectable food and Jel- hard. and if you and I are tempted by the devil's

WASHINGTON-In view of the current debate icacies that would stimulate the appetite of the clever technique of showing us the pleasures of Florida Legislators Gird
most fastidious. The appointments of the .dining sins first and thus become involved in his
HAD A phone call yesterday from over American Communists some Congressmenhave way.
WE room were lovely In every particular. invariably will be forced
Pleus Jr. 11 of hero wondered whether the question of Communist to on the worst
son Navy
he has to offer For War
comes at the last Against
At the meal time Bureaucracy
Bob Pleus and his,wife Virginia. interference with the United States was the inmates of the nether
regions in The Lord's way is the reverse He shows the .
filing and whata
ever discussed by Franklin Roosevelt and Josef came a morbid sight .
"Mr. Editor, said young' Bob, "my Stalin. they made. When the bell sounded they all tat difficulties, disciplines and hardships first and then I By ALLEN MORRIS

teacher tells me we will have no holidayto Here is the answer-as contained in a para- down but alas, they; could not eat because the the narrow road begins to widen until at last we [C'jr Ta: :orossee: Correspondent, J .

go to the Fair this _ _ phrase of the Stalin-Roosevelt conversations at lone-handled knives and forks provided for them will discover that the pure in heart shall see; God.That's : TALLAHASSEE-Every legislative year hears the pre." J
vear. I have saved Teheran recorded by Elliott were strapped to their arms in such manner that a fair plan. You can trust that plan. Why session cry of "no more boards-bureaus-commissions,

- my money since last _ _ Roosevelt. they could not bend their elbows. Consequently the world was made like this, I do not know. but yet each sees the creation of one or more new agencies of

year's Fair and I Young Roosevelt who served :) they could not bring the food to their mouths. you will discover that when we choose evil we get State government.

want you to get us _- as aide to his father at Teheran f The visitor was then transported to the what. we but want when at we once choose and good then we pay have for to it afterward for- _L.' At the last .session. for example, there were two creaieu -

holiday.\ ." '_' reports'that the late President did -: :. Heavenly .dining room where he beheld the same it first before we get it. pay me tate Q"enlSwgom.; -oc
mission and the State Veterans'Commission I "We wish we could discuss the question of American -, kind of scene. Lovely dining room. fine foods and Choose an Idle life and you can have that and another. the a blow of consequence by taking
do just that Communism with Stalin. Here is' then the saints came marching in. The bell rang at but will the commission away from him.
Bobby once have to
his account of the you pay it later. State Improvement Commission, I I
and down The commission has for its members -
StallnRooseF, they sat singing and rejoicing. On their
a"nd we thank you .J Choose an industrious life that ends in success was given life although legal '
velt conversation which he describes the his
Governor Road Department
for the compliment as a paraphrase rather arms were strapped the long-handled knives and and achievement and you must pay for it in hard thority for its activation aU-I'I chairman and three citizens -
forks, so they could not bend their elbows. The work and prejously.
b'ut; we'll have to than the exact wording: self-discipline before you get it. who serve at the Oovernoripleasure.
I '.-\ visitor remarked. "I'd just as soon be in hell. The Why is this so? You tell me! But I do know Incidentally, there is consider- .
l&ok into the Pres. Roosevelt ;
matter : conditions seem to be the same here as there." But that you can leave a field alone and weeds will able feeling in the 1947 Legislature To begin again the determination -
was our ansXfrer "At the outset of our conver- < the angel said "Just wait and see." And he did. "grow without cultivation. If you want roses and for abolition of the Improve- I of almost every legislator -
to Bob. sations. I believe it is important The saints could not ment Commission with transfer of
bring the
young food to their own pansies you have to pay the price of them before -and newcomers In particular
1 And so we started that you and I have a complete mouths but glory they could feed each other you get them. In the Bible or out of it. this Is true. its powers for financing public -as he leaves home for Tallahassee
understanding of each other. I Elliott Roosevelt I 'orks-through certifi-
'. across the table. revenue is to vote for no new
check the "Whatsoever
grownups a man sowelh, that shall he also
tj know that you have ample reason to distrust us And that's the difference between Heaven and cates which dodge the constitu- I. board and if possible to accomplish
concerned. And with regard to our promises in the past. specifically HelL God's folks have learned reap. tional ban on State bonds-to the one or more consideration,
how to
here's our report to Bob pleus Jr.young with regard to Lend-Lease.; At various times we I co-operate. Amen. State Board of Administration II but once here the average law-

Bqb Pleus. have made promises which were not lived up to. : charged now with spending the maker bean plausible compelling -.

1} Mr. Judson Walker, superintendent of This was caused by two factors: WASHINGTON TREADMILL line proceeds tax for of two retirement cents of of the county gaso- reasons for creating regulatory
told that the "1. That our industrial production machinery administrative agencies.
schools, us report was correct, road bonds. .

that there would be no school holiday for was slower In getting into full-scale production Aside from the advantages. If The Constitution and the passage -

the Fair this year. He said the School than" we anticipated. History Repeating Itself any. of eliminating a freewheeling of time more than the Legislature

IJoard took no action because the man- 2. That our losses, In transit of shipmentswere agency by have been responsible for
greater than we had planned. bringing its func- U... demise of agencies that have fallenat
agers of the Fair and the members.of the "I wish to establish with you a basis for com I I, FRANK A. KENNEDY I facilities are second only to those j:support program of 1947. I I tions into the the wayside. During the lasttwo

Parent-Teachers Assn. couldn't agree on, plete understanding from this point onward. I, WASHINGTON-Several recent of Miami and other Florida airports Recognition of the blue lupineas hands of official or three years, the court struck"

the day of the week for the holiday. It and my Government, will make no representtions *- j incidents have fortified his Florida of entry, particularly have i the crop for which the South responsible at down the photographic board and

seems a bunch of grownups should be able that we cannot guarantee will be met In ,colleagues in the belief sought Angle's advice on improv-1 has searched for half a century, elections to the I 'curbed the barbers* board. and
to like that full, and that we hope will be exceeded. I that Sen. ing the LaGuardia customs serv1 1 has come swiftly in the last five people (the war's end cancelled 'the defense
get together on a simple thing
Holland already has aligned himself ices. The Miami airports now handle ;years. To Southern agriculture, Boar f of Administration i I council. The planning board was
On the other hand there certain '
are practices I I .
doesn't Bob?
it, which Government has indulged with the Southern conserva- more incoming customs work :some experts believe it will proveas is composed i merged into the Improvement
In which,
of the Gov- ,
live than any other airport in the i valuable a cover red Commission.
wing of the Democratic crop as
Party I
make it :
impossible for to be
able to trust
us your 1 country and have been clover has ernor. State Right now arguments are being -'
WE TALKED with the people who It doing it < proved to be in more
NEXT sincerity.; I am referring to the practice of your I equally is evident that the old for a long time. Northerly latitudes. It is a legume Treasurer and ]. advanced for creation of

the Fair Bob. They told us that Government encouraging American Communists to I I l timers have welcomed the Senator The New York Inspector want sets a heavy growth, and as an State Comptrol-i '' three entirely new bureaus-to'

they wanted you kids to come on Mondays isrupt our war effort and our internal economy{, heartily and are grooming him for to know more about the Miami upbuilder of soil fertility, its value len abolition of i supervise child care, boxing and

because on that day everything was clean for the purpose of destroying our form of Government -, important posts in the party coun I setup and have asked Angle to has come to be immense. the Improvement 'I' recreation.
cil.The West Florida farmers now have Commissionwould I I Of these the children' commission
and sanitary and there weren't too many pay them a visit inspect La
most recent the Caldwell
circumstance become the have might get through the
To this Stalin answered: Guardia Airport and to suggest principal growers of
people. so they were better able to handle pointing to Holland's growing the blue lupine seed. flavor of political reprisal for the 1947 Legislature. This commission -'
"Mr.: President Improvements to its service.In .
yoU are completely right In
you kids. popularity among a' _ They are increasing the fertility agency has been regarded as a would be a statutory extension
your first premise. We have long discounted the the Southerners Washington this week, Maj. personal of Gov. Millard F. '
arm of
They said Bob, that Monday was their of their own lands by the committee called together
Integrity of American promises. With regard to I was his acceptance Angle told the New Yorkers that plowing under the first Caldwell. by Governor Caldwell
poorest attendance day, so I imagine they your second premise my Government will be of an invitation I! they would have to wait for warmer t I having harvested the crop seed for j I I While actually the Governor through an executive order and

wanted you kids there to swell the gate clad to co-operate on the new basis which YOU from Sens. ': weather before enticing him sale to other Southern areas. i j I probably looks upon the commission headed by vigorous. legislatively-
receipts don't you? have outlined and I believe that our two form Byrd and Rob- any further.north than Capitol In persuading the Departmentof as a useful but not indispensable popular Mrs. Ellen Knight White-

But they told us, Bob, that it actuallycost of government can live side by side without Internal ertson of Virginia ,- Hill. Agriculture to continue the vehicle for expediting public side of Miami. who long will be
to deliver
Interference In each other's policies." -. -! I price support In 1947 Sikes apparently works the more vital of which already remembered for having pushed to
them to have Children's Dayat Most of the Florida
a : the Congressmen
money principal Jefferson ), -
: has given Impetus to increased are underway his legislativefoes passage in 1943 the present child
Note Many people believe that Stalin's -
the Fair, because they have to pay'' promiseof Day address ,-, took advantage of the recent distribution of the seed would feel they were striking adoption law. ".
non-interference would have been carried out j, at Richmond lull in the House legislative schedI -
Uncle Sam two cents tax for every kid who I I throughout the cotton belt whereit '
had Roosevelt lived. on April. 5. -- ule to strike out for home-a sure
goes through the gates on that day. I The invitation sign that they are reading the poll- building is particularly impoverished valuable soils.In up- THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON .'

We learned Bob, that up until 1936 Chil- I "Truman of 1\Iontana"-Almost: Pres. Trumandid i followed Hol- tical skies and are expecting I(

dren's Day had been on Friday, because' a little reminiscing last Tuesday when Sen. Jim I 'popular Holland I tough opposition in the 1948 primary The recent ruling of the Appel-

the Fair didn't open on Monday and the Murray. Montana Democrat went over to the : speech at Winchester two weeks campaign, now only a year late Federal Court of the Districtof Psalm' Recognized
Most of them
ago on a local occasion of some'' away. already know I'Shepherd
% State law allows closings only on Mondaysand I White House with several Montanans seeking Fed- importance-the 150th [that trouble 'is ahead. and the Columbia In outlawing sugarI

Fridays for affairs like this. eral authorization to route the projected Great 'I sary of a volunteer fire annlver.1 I current exodus has all the earmarks I Industry rationing based for the on condensed a formula milk of Best of The Old TestamentBy

We would judge from the Fair bosses' I I Northern Airlines through Great Falls. exclusively an FFV outfit. I of the first political recon- historical use. may have wide implications -
The President promised to look into the plan Such marked attention to a noitering for 1948. >
attitude. Bob that the Fair make according to some attorneys WILLIAM
can more L G1LROY. D D.
I, to bring air service to the northern part of Montana Florida freshman hasn't been' Rep. Cannon's defeat last year familiar with Departmentof
money Friday by not having a Children'sI then sat back and told his visitors about witnessed on Capitol Hill since and the relatively high percentage Agriculture's application of the Scripture: John 10

Day so they fought to have it on Monday. i the time early in the century when a young Missouri Gov. Caldwell entered Congress in cf votes which weak and virtually historical use formula. If a public opinion poll should ask what passage in the

I farm boy named Harry Truman nearly be- 1933. Caldwell had no political unknown opposition candidates The decision itself was limitedin Old Testament is considered most outstanding a great
WE TALKED with Mr Julian I came a resident of their State. j j' reputation of consequence to precede I(,rolled up last May, were the first scope and attempted to interpret I of those ,
NEXT I him. as had Holland. In a clues to the voters' disquiet un- law only-the majority questioned probably would name the
one Second War
chairman of the County School II "They were just opening some homesteads up !i year or two however it became easiness.A I Powers Act. The implication was I 23rd Psalm-"The Shepherd Psalm."

Board, who lives out in Winter Garden.Mr. there and I went to Forsythe to see if my name plain that House leaders were lot of Democrats voted Republican plain according to the .I lawyers'I u-h Psalm, with imagery of the Lord as Shepherd.
might be drawn from the 30,000 applicants j :: .
grooming the West Florida Congressman In the November general .
Sadler I
reported that the P-TA had mat uie uoun; rejected we nisj reading nu own, iceuuig mem ,
While I certainly liked what I saw In Montana i for policy making posts elections, and this insurrec- torical formula
reauested that the School Board change the I, !j as a means of determining comforting them surroundingtheir i
there wasn't any reason for me to hang around. among the Democratic tionist trend seems to be gaining sugar rations. Could it Himself that sacrificial mission
Fair dav until Fridav this year "becausethe From all I could gather my name would have I He was given leadershiP.j I momentum. be, the lawyers are asking that lives and with goodness and and expressing the realizationthat

P-TA felt that the Fair never was ready been about the 30-thousand-and-first to be assignments and I Rep. Peterson of Lakeland was the same judicial reasoning wouldbe mercy accompanying them I His ministry was to be fulfilled -

for you voungsters on Mondays with many "picked. It just wasn't my lucky day." career in Congress as a member the notable exception last year. followed if the Department ofAgriculture's even death through has been the written dark valley into the of I Iworld's in His. sacrificial death.
of the House Appropriations He rolled up a commanding lead, formula for There is tragedy as well as beauty -
concessions not open and exhibits in theprov'ess Thus Montana missed out on Its chance to be acreage life and literature It !
Committee. however. In the most intensive pre- and
quotas on controlled crops also I associated with sheep shepherding
of being erected." I, the residence State of a U. S. President. I To most Floridians it appears campaign he has waged since first should be attacked? sents an ideal of rich joyful, and ; and Jesus faced the trag

The School Board called another meeting that Democratic Senators are coming to Congress. Perhaps Mr. Such a legal theory would bear beautiful living; and it is a mes- edy as well as the beauty.

with the P-TA and Col. R. M. Shearer Government Snooping Snarl: There has beensome moulding for Holland a similar Pete was smart to turn on the heatin directly on the 'Glades sugar producing sage of consolation in the sadnessof The"other evening I witnesseda

and Crawford highly important backstage maneuveringabout career of prominence in party af- 1946 thus discouraging possible region. which was frozen death a part of almost every movie 1rhlch.-ptetured vast nocks
the Fair attending cleaning Commmunists out of the Govern- { fairs. 1 i opponents in 1948, when he may at a low acreage quota by theSugar funeral rituaL little lambs.
ment. Here are the inside facts. i 1 : have believed that the going wouldbe Act of 1937-a quota which i The words of Jesus concerning of sheep and frisky not

Mr. Sadler didn't say so, Bob. but we In mid-December. Pres. Truman appointed a i I Maj. Allie J. Angle of Tampa. rougher. The fear of a close was evolved by the historical base- Himself as the Good Shep- Watching I could mind the entirely fate of

sort of read between the lines and figuredout committee composed of representatives of the I collector of customs for Florida I sha-e or possible defeat ft evinc- period. herd must be read as they; were shake from my
/:{ these creatures and of
has established himself as an au- ing itself in other directions, too.
Acreage quotas were suspended originally heard. In relation to
that this meeting was a hot session. State War. Navy. Treasury Justice Departments. in the vast herds. \i6,
i thority on customs inspection for i as a war measure. but may; be that Psalm. It was familiar to many
The P-TA members said" they would lust plus the Civil Service Commission to establish"loyalty" ', trans-ocean travel and his views I II At the instance of Rep. Sikes of reinstituted at White House everyone who heard the Say- The wool on their backs would tI{

as soon there be no Fair day for children standards lor Civil Service employes. I have been sought by the Treasury Crestview. the Department of Ag- discretion. ; lour speak. go to keep minions warm. but

}because most of Truman ordered the committee to report back I Department. riculture has certified blue lupine The USDA's formula for acreage''' His listeners understood that!', the lives of many would be sacrificed -
you spent your money 1not later than Feb. 1, 1947." : New York customs officals, seed as a "proclaimed" crop and quotas never has been litigated for the sustenance of peo-
things that weren't good for you etc.. Shortly before the deadline the committee 'whose LaGuardia Airport customs'therefore eligible for the price officials said. I the Master was identifying Him- i', pea in countries and cities far'
self with the Lord of that Shep-
Grownup talk. headed by Gus Vaneeh, asked the President for I II I herd Psalm, and His words intensified I away. It is not a pleasant

Of rourse the Fair bosses defended an extension until Feb. 20. because of the follow Five Concerns Join Winter Visitors take guests to the dance and will the strife and division con i; thought, but one that we must
themselves Bob, but the net result was ing off-the-record reason. The committee could I return passengers to Orlando at cerning Him. some accepting His,i, face.A
tlwt nothing happened and there is no Fair not tree on a formula for handling ao- alled Builders ExchangeFive Will Meet Tuesday conclusion of the dance. I II love and lordship others saying, I i strange law of sacrifice! inns
subversive cases. The Justice I Overpeck said charge for the through life. It fa W.'. tmex
holiday tomorrow. Department. with Orlando business concerns ; Weekly meeting of the Orlando "He hath a devil"Can
the backing of efficient J. dance will be 40 cents.RESIDENTS plained my ter>. but It was the
Hoover devil believers asked
pro- were added to the membership of Winter Visitors Club will be held a ,
posed that the 600,000 Government employes In"e55Cntlal" 1 I the of the blind? law of the life ef the Good Shepherd
open eyes
FROM ANOTHER SOURCE. Bob, we or "security" categories each be the Central Florida Building Exchange at Lakeside Park pavilion Tuesday WARNED "These are not the words of him and it most be the law of
that every principal in Orange checked annually. last week. Sec. Fred Fortes night while the Central Florida ', Detective Chief L. S. Rose warns that hath a devil." our lives If we would be like
reported yesterday.New Exposition occupies the Municipal ; Orlando residents to be on the I 1,' Him.
County met at Mr. Walker's home Thurs- Hoover said they could be checked by the FBI Auditorium. B. H. Overpeck. direc- 'lookout for suspicious persons and i. Did believers or unbelievers no-

dav night and fought for you kids. They at a cost of $92 per person. but officials of the additions include: the FlorIda tor of chamber of commerce tourist ''to report same to the police. He tice that Jesus had added some- Our sacrifice may not be upona

paid vou hadn't been given enouah notice War and Navy Departments balked at this. They Nursery and Landscaping Co.. activities. announced. reports there has been an epidemicof thing not in the Psalm? It was cross. or a sacrifice of blood

that there would be no Fair day th's' claimed Hoover was only setting up a gravy train Robert Burbank Murphy architect The affair will be in the form of petty thievery in the past the reference to the sacrifice of but it must be a sacrifice of devotion -
Year. : Sidney A. Insur- a dance starting at 8:30 the Shepherd himself "The good if we would justify what
$60 million longer than the one he already had Singleton pjn., three days perhaps due to an influx -
Thev said the Fair had advertised Mondayas The State Department representative also claimedthe ance Agency: Willard and Kaiser with music by Knowlton's orches- of undesirable persons not shepherd giveth his life for the others have done and given that

Children's Day because it had been for plan wouldn't work, that employes could I Electrical and Refrigeration Serv- tra.A I connected with. but anticipatingthe sheep." I j I I we may live. That I think. Is

10 years. And they suggested that next year i be checked at so low a cost head.I" never ice and the Citizens National Ban: special bus will leave the opening of the Central Florida, "I am the good shepherd'the challenge of the Good Shep-
per ,
I of Orlando. Dickson-Ives corner at 8 p.m. to Exposition tomorrow. I II i I said Jesus thereby accepting for herd.

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Orlando, Florida, February 23, 1947 tZhe'link\ tnttnd.Sttttr Page 5 fA[ ]

Growers\ UrgedTo I i

Hold fruit Cattle Value i: Sanford Sailplane Meet Potato Price

[Continued from Pare> 1] Up $$12 Million Gets Finishing Touches Pegs ContinuedGood

mid-season oranges. due to

drought and over ripenesa, -has With Florida beef cattle pro I [Specie! to The Sunday Sentwiel-Stor news for Florida's potato

been taken. sufficiently, Into ace: rY duction climbing to an all-time SANFORD-The committees that have been building farmers came yesterday from the

eount-% F--c! high record of 14th position in the toward a huge weekend here March 1 and 2 are putting the I I U. S. Department of Agriculture
nation during 1946 the U. S. Bu- which announced extension of its
"However. assuming the 60 million : reau of Agricultural Economics in final touches to their efforts, and the First Southeastern ,,price support program to this

figure to_be correct,J main- Orlando yesterday placed! the value I States Glider Contest is shaping into form. I j year's crop. Mgr. LaMonte Graw
tain there cannot possibly. be over the livestock in the ; of the Florida Vegetable Com-
2$ million: boxes of-marketable z of industry "This is the biggest two days of air rivalry that Cen-
State including cattle hogs and mittee reported.J.
tral Florida has ever seen", saldO
which thatt
fruit today 4ett. : means:
, others at $86,918,000. Gen. Mgr. George Touhy "and M. Williams assistant
k."tmi least 25 million boxes have been being awarded for four classes of
ost dUo to the freeze and other a. The total value of all cattle from present Indications thousands State director of the Produe..
causes. Yk t increased approximately $12 of people will swarm te Municipal -I line-controlled flight an! a large Hon Marketing Administration

"While this statement is not million from $56,394,000 in 1945 Airport to take advantage of field of planes are expected for conferred yesterday with DadeCounty

based on any scientific check I to $68,310.000 as of Jan. 1. Statistician the bargain given In a three-ring 'this feature attraction. growers to work out details
; voe J. C. Townsend Jr. circus of the air." of the purchase
neither is it just a 'hit or miss' ? ,yx.A re- I I I. program.
is not forgotten -
guess. Actually it is based on the : ported. I I The competition is primarilyfor It is estimated that approxi
reports of our men who have This year Florida ranks 25th members of the Soaring according to Touhy wbo mately 400 cars of Winter potatoes
covered: the citrus producing area In number of all cattle and 14th in Society of America as they contend said that there will be a buiehan&u already have been shipped from
of the State from one end to the beef cattle compared with 27th for sailplane championshipsof dance Saturday night Florida this season with another
other. for the purpose of making and 15th respectively last year," this region and for their portions with the added spectacle of a 900 cars more to be moved despite.
a careful survey of the situation. g. he said ." of the $%,'01 in purses. display of colored beams from freeze damage.

"While it. goes -without saying All cattle on farms In florida I' The first four pilots to finish In the Army's 800 million candle-I I* This compared with a total
that most of this loss is due direct totaled 1,265,000 head five per the National meet last year are to power lights and night flight movement of 2.000 cars of Florida
ly to the freeze by no means all cent more than a year ago and take to the air in this series of that may be watched from the potatoes last year
of It is caused in that way.In orange 37 per cent more than the 1936-45 contests. National Champion John Flight Deck cocktail lounge. I "The excessive carry-over of old

and Lake Counties especially : average. Robinson, dmira, N. Y. Fritz The Sanford Garden Club will potatoes has tended to depressthe
there were hundreds of thousandsof tee I Compton, Miami; Maury Waters, operate a snack bar to make avail- market, and the FVC has requested -
boxes of mid-season fruit on ,< A ; "There has been a continued Elmira, and Shelly Charles. Atlanta I able home prepared delicacies. the USDA to continue its
the trees when the freeze came. ( A n increase in cattle on farms since Ga.. have all arranged to This organization also will have purchase program as a price sta-
mostly pineapple and seedling or- 1930 and each year since 1941 arrive Friday bringing their prize- charge of the programs and will bilization factor," Graw explained,
anges. Most ot this fruit was over- has set a new ail-time high record winning sailplanes. I j feature a "Novelty Garden" of The price support program has
ripe and beginning to fall off the in number of cattle" Town- I Other crack flyers have entered items made by members of the two phases. Under the first the

tree at that. time due to the un- BOTH TilE GRAND AND RESERVE champion females G. Cayson. Potter who also purchased the grand send added. i, among them Kim Scnbner. whose club as part of their efforts to USDA will purchase graded'
seasonably warm dry weather we In the Ocala Hereford Show were purchased champion bull SF King at 1000. paid $975 for "During the past year the num- acrobatics with a power plane are raise money for their building packed potatoes at $3.80 per hundredweight -
had for so many weeks prior to Friday by C. C. Potter. Pottstown. Pa. Both were I I Miss Betty Ann 6th right and $500 for Lady ber of milk cows and heifers more called sensational by those who fund. i for U. S. No. 1, and
February 0. exhibited by A. E. Cayson & Sons, Blountstown and Marvel 21st.SF King was exhibited by Thomas D. than two years old increased from have seen him in other air shows. Officials handling the contests ,I $1.90 for other grades. *
"Had it not been for the embargo The champion, Robinson, added I 4
are shown above with W. A. Caysen [left] and A. Matthews Alachua breeder. 140,000 to 148000. heifers one to are well known in the sailplane i This price represents M percent
;a large percentage of this inut. I two years old for milk decreased greatly to his prestige for aero- fraternity and are respected for of parity. The potatoes will
especially the seedling oranges. from 43,000 to 40,000 and heifer batics last year, and those who their ability, according to Touhy..I be disposed of through distribu
could have been picked and shipped calves for milk increased from 60- know the two airmen look for the They are Paul Tuntland contest tion to State institutions and
as fresh fruit because there I Ocala Students Face'Kidnap' 000 to 65000." competition In aerial didoes to be director: Stephen Bennis. opera- the school lunch program.
was practically no freeze damage Expects Big The number of hogs remainedat a thrilling match according to tions manager: Walter Krohne Under the second phase, buying
in this variety. 630,000 head, but the value increased Stephen Bennis. operations man- crew chief, Ben Shupack. statistician will be made with commodity
"However during the past 14 ager of the meet. Bennis is himself -
from $8,001,000 a year ago Major John Hemans credit corporation funds and the
days many thousands of boxes of to 10206000. ,, a top-ranking stunt man with meteorology. I potatoes diverted to alcohol plants
these oranges have fallen from the Attendance at Show Penalty Sheep and lambs rose in value I the sailplanes. I I I cattle feed manufacturing and
trees and are now beyond salvage. from $78000 to $98000 althoughthe Don Stremmel of Miami will Col D. B. Herron Commanding other channels of non-human con:
"Also It must! be rememberedthat number stayed at 14,000 head. handle the microphone of the public Officer of the 916th Base Unit, sumption.
practically peaking, we ISpeciol! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] GAINESVILLE [UP Universityof Horses increased $2 per bead address system. Antl-Aircraft, stationed hi*Orlando I I Last season the PMA purchased

will not be able to salvage a single OCALA-This Central Florida city, steadily winning I Florida freshmen students who in value and the number remained i For the first time In a soaring and members of his staff vis- i a half-million bushels under the
,kidnaped several and ited the Sanford Municipal Air- price support
sophomores wife program.
box of freeie-damaged fruit at 14,000 head. Mules meet Stremmel. whose
by putting it into cans. This is wider recognition as a livestock show center, is prepared, abandoned them on highways dropped 1,000 from a year ago- holds a threegull sailplane rating port yesterday to inspect the facilities !

because of our limitation on tin. for'one of the biggest weeks in its history. I I dressed in convict garb faced pos to 33,000 head. will be describing the air there. Following a conference 017 of oranges, and 12109 of tangerines -

Under no circumstance will any There are 406 animals, a record-breaking number, to sible serious reprimands yester- The number of chickens on capers of three ladybirds, for with George Touhy, general man-I Last week's were 200,988;
canner get more than his allot- be paraded before the judge in the seventh annual South- I day. |'i farms at 2.864,000 head was 19 per Gmny Bennis and Mikey Browning ager of the First Southeastern 987.281 and 41,255.Season's .
ment of 85 per cent of the tin I ,cent less than a year ago. with a of Sanford and Margery States Glider Contest and Roy
eastern Fat Stock Show and Sale
he used last year and these cans ',> i I The horseplay in reprisal for valuation of 4640000. The number Dougherty Orlando, will be con- Browning, manager of the airport I|'I totals were 5027,021;
opening Tuesday in Ocala's new of the sponsoring body I upperclassmen hazing sent Col. Herron announced that he 15.658720 and 2386476 for a
would all have been used even if livestock show manager of turkeys dropped from 35.000 tending.
pavilion revealed. The remainder will State Highway Police speeding and his organization would provide total of 23.062,217 boxes.
there had been no freeze. come to 30,000 head while the valuation The Army through the efforts of I
A three-day championship in tomorrow and Tuesday morn- to highways In answer to hysterical II decreased from $220,000 to $207.- Air pieces of equipment to add to the
Gen Leo Walton of the 14th
"As of,today there is a cer- rodeo has been coupled with nlng. Among those due today are alarms from motorists of 000. Force, and Col.D. B. Herron 916th interesting flights by the sailplanes
- .tain amount of tin still due the. this year's fat stock show and animals entered by Betty Griffin three convicts at large. I Base unit has prepared an elab- and the other exhibits placed thereto I SEPTIC TANKS
| canners on their 1946-47 quotas. sale and the six-day program and her brother Ben. of Chipley. show the public the importanceof BUILT-INSTALLED
This amount is definite and will promises to attract the greatest whose shorthorn steers 'have for The students trying to flag ; Growers To TestifyOn orate display. Including antiaircraft air activity. REPAIRED-560 GAL.
not be increased. But.. even if the number of visitors this city has several years been high up on the rides for home, frightened motorists weapons huge searchlights
allotment were increased it would ever entertained. winners' list.Tuesday who whizzed along at fast : Marketing Pact and a one-hour flight of a radio Approved by Stall
I not be used because few if any of i The Chamber of Commerce has will be devoted to 'speed. One motorist tried to rundown I controlled plane. Army aircraft Citrus Shipments Board of Health
also will be shown. I
the canners have either the warehouse Issued an appeal to citizens to classification of entries. Judging I the trio in an effort to cap- I Extension Move The Navy is planning to send its I
space the finances or the make spare bedrooms availableto is to begin at 9 a.m. Wednesday. ture them. electronics: show to this meet. inasmuch At 600,750 Boxes PLUMBINGREPAIRS
courage to can a heavy surplus help care for the Influx. Hotels while Thursday will be devoted I j i I The trio finally walked to a Testimony favoring extension of much of the exhibitis '
!I as so Thisweek's
this season with the subsequent' and tourist courts: already are to judging and showmanship contests stop sign where they explainedtheir Federal Marketing Agreements '' identified with air activity. WINTER HAVEN tAPl
problems of a possible large reported booked solid. for 4-H and FFA members. I [three days] citrus shipments -
carry '
predicament and got a ride I will be given by A V. Saurman of People prominent in air inter- By licensed
over. One hundred cots are to be the annual banquet is set for as reported by the State
back at a cost of $5. Clearwater and L. L. Recker of ests have indicated their Intentionto
"In other words no additional set up In the Armory building to Thursday night followed by a Auburndale before the House be them Citrus Inspection Bureau totaled Plumber
fruit will be canned on account of accommodate some of the several barn dance sponsored by the local Assistant D an Clifford Beas- Committee in Wash- present among Capt. 600,750 boxes against 1,229,524
Agricultural USN
Ralph S. Barnaby, ,
the freeze because there will be no hundred 4-H and FFA youths post of Veterans of Foreign Wars. ley said a faculty committee will John boxes last week. Glenn I. Holliday
ington Tuesday Secretary the Soaring Society of America
additional cans available for this bringing entries or judging con- Friday the cattle will be auc interview some 63 freshmen accused This week's shipments were 401
I Ford of the Florida Farm Bureau and Vice-Pres Ben Shupack. who W. Concord Phone 476S
purpose. So. if all the remaining tests. tioned. of taking the sophomoreson will serve as official statistician. 131.624 boxes of grapefruit; 457-
reported yesterday.
can allotment is used up now. it The event. largest of its kind the ride. Beasle,., however Maj. Gen. Charles P. Stivers
simply means there will be none In the Southeast. is primarily for admitted. that punishment. The two citrus men will leave
Chief of Staff for Gen.
available later and the total the junior exhibitors. Its appealto 7,000 Attend would be somewhat difficult because i today and confer In the capital Deputy MacArthur Army who is now I LAUNDRY SERVICE
the tomorrow with W. R Ogg of the
younger breeders of beef ,
of fruit that
amount goes into 'of the, large number involved here at the Mayfair Inn will witness -
cans will remain the same. Consequently animals is reflected in the fact I Farm Bureaus Washington Bui- Men's Dress and Shirts
that the 1947 show has attracted ; Annual EustisCelebration I the contests as will Brig.Gen. Sport
to all intents and purposes I
eau.Major J. C. Hutchison and Brig. Gen. Leo
78 owners of beef animals from Beasley said the "incident was objective of the market- W.
all of the fruit that fails to Walton. guarantee you QUALITY and
4-H clubs throughout the State not one of fraternity initiation"third. ing agreement amendment, -
meet fresh fruit specifications will proposals I Tom Watson State Attorney TWO to FIVE DAYS SERVICE
be eliminated from the deal alto- and 61 from FFA chapters. Thereare is its extension to Include
General, and W. C. Lazarus State
gether. only IS adult exhibitors. I I [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star) Bicycles. Gail Lundy first: canners and processors.If I Aviation Director will make the All shirts are put upVith the patented
,"Now if this Is true and my promised City-wide this participation has been I EUSTIS-A crowd of 7,000 persons Donna Johnson second. approved by Congress, the trip here as will members of the crush-proof PAX SHIRT BOARD
estimate of loss Is fairly accurate has decreed that year.all city City officials council jammed Eustis Saturday for During the afternoon and night proposals then would be submittedto I State Highway Commission to be No Extra Charge for Pick-up and Delivery
it means that we now have at the civic organizations operated booths growers and canners in a State concludmg conference here.
city's annual celebration of
wear 10-gallon hats and colorful I Branches located 43 W. Concord Are Orlando
least .25 million boxes leas to at the carnival
I grounds. At night referendum. Ford explained.No I To the sailplane contests and
George Washington's
j shirts, and Mayor John Marshall birthday. I
handle than would have been the there 108 E. Park Are Winter Park
\Green has issued an ask- was a large display of fire- 1 the air show will be added on Sunday -
t case had it not been for the freeze appeal I The celebration got. underwayat works, followed by the Lions I I
Club is
ing all citizens to follow suit.A one growing trees for profit a model airplane meet conducted Est. TeL
and the embargo. This leaves only vigilantes committee formedof I 9 a.m. with the start of the I dinner and dance at the Country who allows forest fires to take I under the Florida Model leas ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY 2.2431
.. 35 million boxes left on the trees members of the Lions Club I miniature automobile races. At Club. their annual toll. I Assn. rules. Prizes of over $150 are
whlchrls: several million less than and 1:30 p-m, there was .long par-
we had last year at this same representatives of the ade consisting of three bands
time. Southeastern Fat Stock Show floats boy and girl scouts and
and Sale. Inc are erecting
"It certainly follows then that aJall" other organizations.
in the
form of a corral on
the old law of supply and demand the court house square In whichto Prizes for winners In the baby
should take over from now until Incarcerate local citizens: who parade went to the following \
the end of the season and this fall to wear appropriate garb floats: Al McGough. first: Caro- .

short supply will undoubtedly beginning Tuesday.For : lyn Gates second; Debora Dick. >
stimulate" the market. the first time In its history I third. Patriotic costumes: Mike
"Therefore if the balance of the show this year will have out- i I Martin first: Blanche Wallace
this crop is handled properly If of-State entries. Two Georgia I second; Ann Potter and Franklin.
the growers will keep from getting ... ,,
breeders Ernest Hutchins and !McDonnell third. For the most ---
panicky and will hold their James A. Duff both of Summer- original costumes. Hunter Twins
fruit until this first rush of shipments YUle have entered Angus steers first; Larry and Ann Herdegan.
after the embargo is over. in the open class for individual second: Danny Miller and Harry- OR
we should see good price for both animals. I ette Hannah third. Nursery 1
fresh" and canned fruit from now Some of the entries will arrive Rhyme: Dotty Lynn first; Bonnie
on. today. David Baillie Jr.. general Morgan second; Betty Bruce. THE




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: '.B, BOB HAYES' I Nats' Boss Says I iuggsHopkinsGain

Armed GainsThird
4. Doughty old Joe Tinker will unreal his version of the St. Petersburg

.';; '[famous Fred Merkle incident back in the 1908 National : ,
. J Red Sox Won'tRepeat Golf Finals
t'League pennant race, and go on ta recount the red-hot I

;. playoff game between the Chicago Cubs and the John Mc- fA C _. I Racks Up 64 41
' Graw's New York Giants at the end of that season, when : I : RankingMIAMI 4

..' 'he does his "piece" on Rollins College Animated Magazine today. !1 PennantI k" I At Hollywood
[AP] Calumet Farm'sgreat
Joe has an Interesting story to tell one that both avid and
f !lukewarm baseball followers will enjoy. Proof of the quality of his Win Over Tigers gelding. Armed won the !I

. baseball tale is the fact the Associated Press has already moved a JACK HAND : $50.000 Added Widener Handicap HOLLYWOOD (API Mrs. Mil>"

1,400-word story under Tinker's by-line which contains virtually the (Associated Press Staff Writer] I by two and a half lengths at Hia- j dred (Babel Zaharlas of Denver:.-

. entire text of his talk. Clark Griffith who has been [Special to The Sundcy\ Sentinel-Star lean yesterday to jump from fifth' Colo, and teammate Peggy Kirk

Its a fine gesture on the part of Rollins to invite Joe Tinker to running the Washington ban club ST. PETERSBURG Orlando : to"'third place among the all-time''. of Findlay. Ohio, moved into the

> :appear on today's program. And it's an honor-a hometown honor- since shortly after George Wash- High's Tigers were hot here last thoroughbred money winners. finals of the second annual Wom-
that Tinker richly deserves F Talon was second and Lets Dance
ington cut down that cherry tree night but the St. Petersburg High i en's International Four-Ball Golf
@ v7
, But I'd wager on one score. When Tinker sits down before that 1 third. Armed set a new track record -
microphone before the Animated Magazine audience this afternoon thinks the New York Yankees will School Green Devils not to be | of 2:01 3-5 for the mile anda Tournament yesterday by defeat-

he'd feel a lot more comfortable if he were using the "mike" as a be "all done" by July 1 after another denied their first Big Ten Confer- quarter. tag Laddle Irwin of Montclair
Latin Americantour. N. J, and Polly Riley of Fort
baseball bat instead of talking Into it. gruelling '.:.art A T.isob. ence championship since 1941. Six_horses started. The victory Worth, Tex.. 4 and 3.
Confined to his hotel room by were\ even hotter and defeated the I was worth $43,900 to Warren Their opponents for the 36-hole

Much'is usually written about promising high school athletes who stomach trouble while the Senators visiting cagers, 64-47 before 1800 Wright Armed'. owner and championship round at the Orange -
traipse off to Auburn or Georgia, or some other out-of-State gridiron drilled at 'Tinker Field the *fans pushed the earnings of the six- Brook Golf Club today mill

center. Little Is said about their return from such higher Institutions 77-year-old owner also predicted Orlando's several hot shots year-old son of behind Bull LeaArmfulto be Louise Suggs of Lithia Springs.
$459,775. WhirUwayand
Ute Ga.. and Jean Hopkins of Lakewood -
of football learning. trouble ahead for champion poured the ball through the Stymie.
There have been instances though when some of our better prospects Boston Red Sox who breezed to hoop but the Tigers were unableto Ohio who defeated Mar-
trickled off to the larger institutions found out they didn't like the 1946 flag. co-ordinate their' defense and Armed paid $2.50, $2.30. $2.10 garet Gunther of Memphis. Term.

.it or that it wasn't what it was cracked up to be. and promptly came "No club ever lost a World Series -[Our Own Staff Photo: McCollum. the Devils ran up Z5 field goals. Lets Talon Dance.paid $2.30.ARCADIA. $3.20. and 230. and ood.and Mrs.. N. J Marge, 4 and Becker 2. of Engle-

back home. and had an easy time the THIS IS THE WAY NOT TO.DO IT. BOBO That's the advice col- The Devils led all the way. *

Paul Odom. husky former Orlando High guard comes in that next season." Griff warned conveniently orfu! Buck [Bobol Newsom. ace of Washington's pitching staff, gives jumping to a 23-11 lead in the Calif. rAP c. V. I OLDTIMEK RETIRES
category. Odom<< allowed te advantage in a semi-pro fame here overlooking the 1927 his fellow townsman from Hartsnlle, S. C" Rule Leonard, rookie left first quarter and making it 36-24'' Whitney's Monsoon, 13-1 outsider. !' ATLANTA (API George Sar-
Christmas Day, and Georgia Scout Quinton Lumpkiu was here with- Yanks who won by 19 games hander, in the batting department as he clowned for the cameramen at the half. The teams were 10 to scored 'an upset victory yesterday gent U S. Open golf championin
in four days. Paul took off for Georgia a short while later. He's backt after dropping the '26 series to at Tinker feld. Newsom added, "If you pitch like I do. Soho, that's 17 points apart all the way. in the $50,000 Santa Margarita 1909 and Canadian Open titlist

now. and he may be a prospect for Jack MeDowall's Rollins College the Cardinals. okay; but don't hit like I do, that's terrible." Townsend' an man to I Handicap at Santa Anita Park. in 1912 retired yesterday as pro-
line next FalL The reason.he just didn't like it at Athens, Ga. "They'll hear plenty about A foul picked ten easy points from Harry Isenberg's Double F. F. fessional at East Lake Country
The usual explanation will be received In a few days no doubt. choking up and a few other things the free throw up line and added was second, with Louis B. Mayer's Club and is bong succeeded by his

from Georgia adherents. But remember those explanations can work that will make their ears burn Nat PitchingBerths One Wins four field goals to lead the Tigers I Be Faithful third. I son Harold
both ways. They'll have lots of trouble but'not Up with 18 points. MeCall and
from New York.
Stuny. both finding the basket
The death of Tom Bonnet Friday In an airplane crash removes "Larry MacPhail is making the with regularity, followed with
mistake he made last
same year. 11 each.
from the local scene one of the city's most active.sports boosters. The When the Yankees get back from OpenWith At SunshineOLDSMAR UIere'smeihinfl'K
loss of Bonnet was tragic. and it leaves a gap in Orlando's athletic Puerto Rico and Venezuela they'll Ray Bond team captain and
circles that Is neither small nor immediately replacable. make everybody look bad.But by only senior in the Devils regular
the time July 1 rolls around 11 berths available and 21 TAP] Jockey Jack line-up tallied 21 points to lead ,
The chances seem good now that Rollins will play six games here they'll be tit shed." ''l, pitchers seeking them. Manager the Devils to their 12th win of the
In Greater Orlando Stadium this Pall including a rough date with The Yanks opened their fonq l 'Senators yesterday indicated only job yesterday in bringing home his -*
Richmond University Oct. 4. Other home games will include Stetson exhibition series yesterday and
Ohio Wesleyan' and Murray State. Texas [not to be confused with i before the season opens in midj j five of his moundsmen can con- mount One Up in the feature race ,\ Orlando High Schools basket- to look
sider their berths secure. ball team wrapped up its regular
April they will have been playing
Teachers]. One is hanging fire after 'J1 at Sunshine Park
North Texas State more game for seven weeks, about one-third Bluege said Buck Newsom. the season's schedule last night and
which Jack McDowall will release his schedule. of regular Senators' 1946 ace. Early Wynn. One Up and the others were I returned home to put the finishing
a campaign. .
tic Griff paused between spoons of j;Mickey Haefner Sid Hudson and' bunched tightly at the turn when\ I touches on the attack the Tigers frw ard'to
Andy Serros' reports from Gainesville' that Coach Raymond [Bear] beef broth to inject his idea about ;Ray Scarborough were set as I i Martin pulled the winner' from the plan to spring; in the Class A
Wolf- has several husky out-of-State grid prospects engaged in his the Ted Williams shift that Washington regulars. Scarborough I pack and crossed the finish line Group II tournament which opensin

Spring drills, but that Wolf isn't giving out any dope on the lads until proved so successful for Eddie signed his contract, leaving the ahead of Georgie V and Smiling Lakeland Thursday.
they've had a chance: to show their ares before his staff of coaches. Dyer last Fall. Senators with only two holdouts !I Lass.One And itll take more than just ever
"I know if I was managing a Outfielder Buddy Lewis and Sec- Up paid 820. $4.90 and the "fair" brand of basketball
club, I'd use it," he said looking ond Baseman Gerry Priddy. j I $470 in the feature which was Coach Ty Smith's charges have
out from under his the American Legion purse for six displayed this season to bring the morning \
Son of Tavares Couple Killed bristling greybrows. The other' six berths are wide- ,i aJa
"It got his goat. That was open with Luther Knerr and furlongs. Tigers through to a State Tourna-

the story of the series. When you Luman Harris both recently ac- 1 GAME COMMISSION: MEETS ment invitation.
I can get the goat of a hitter as quired from the Athletics and The. Smithmen' tackle Jefferson -
.In Motorcycle at Daytona good as that you'd better try the Walt Masterson. Mario FieretU. 1 Game and Fresh Water- Fish Com- s Dragons of Tampa Thurs r Ksw11r r
same thing. Milo Candml and Roger Wolff day night at 8:30 in their Initial
[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star I among the leading contenders mission will meet at 10 ajn. Fri- tournament contest. Four members 1 ( !
Turning to his own dab, be day. Mar. 7. at the Roosevelt 1
DAYTONA BEACH-A spill on the second lap of the for the jobs. of the seven team (croupwhich -
bemoaned the
lack of
good .
Hotel in Jacksonville. Dir. I. N.I
J 00-mile motorcycle novice race here yesterday brought: includes Jesuit of Tampa.
i righthanded hitting power in Tom Ferrick, a big righthander Kennedy has announced. Plant
, death to P, C. Clark 33, son of Mr. and Mrs.: R:: E. Clark I the outfield. He expects to get obtained from the Browns loomsas I :Mainland City. Lakeland of Daytona Sanfordand Beach

. 6f Tavares and injuries to three others in a pile-up of four Ii past his shortstop problem by the club's 'number-one relief Is suffering elbow twinges as a -will represent this region In
shifting to short
Gerry Priddy pitcher.
;:motorcycles.Clark the State playoff. (
and reinstating George Myatt Among the rookie crop. Rufus sequel to an arm operation last Yy '
was fatally injured on the at second base. These two "hol Leonard a lefthander from Harts- season for removal of bone During the season. Orlando won
back stretch of the 3.2 mile course ler .." C and chips. over Ft. Pierce and Landon
P" may not make the vile S. and Scott Cary twice
and died en route to a hospital. Howard of I : Eustis. Miami 4i
Wildcats Rated smoothest double play combination Martin members the Jackson Daytona.
None of the other riders involvedin AVALON. Calif. [uP] The Chicago
in the majors but they'llbe 1946 Orlando club in the Florida find HiDsborouah: while losing
the accident were believed to the loudest. State League have warranted ,the Cubs' injury Jinx that included i twice to St. Petersburg. Robert E.
be seriously injured. Clark who close scrutiny of Bluege and his nine broken bones last sea- Lee of Jacksonville. Miami Beach
has been living in Miami is also Although he has turned down :coaching staff !son claimed its first 1947 victim Miami Senior and Hillsborough i
survived by a sister Mrs. R. S, SEC FavoriteLOUISVILLE several bids for Outfielder Stan yesterday when Emil Kush righti I-akeland and Plant. rat
Richardson of Apopka. Spence. Griffith hasn't given up I FORT LAUDERDALE [UP] i handed relief pitcher sustained a St. Petersburg (64) lOrlando (47)
i Jack Horn of Rosemead Cal all hope of making a deal. He Manager Billy Southworth sent chip fracture of the left foot when I* It tl It n tl
won the event in the elapsed [APJ The South- would like Cleveland's Ken Kelt- I'the Boston Braves through two j I he was struck by a talus'bat.. Cox Bond f I 41.10 :!2IL II!M"CaD.ons. f f S 113 1 11
time of one hoar, 21 minutes eastern Conference's annual suddendeath ner, who can be had but will not hard workouts yesterday despite' a Krayer f 71 131'McOmma. f 0 0 0PI..mID"
and 48 seconds, an average of : take him even-up for Spence. II cold wind which swept their train- PHOENIX. Aria DPI Sid Gordon fOe Oivranetwe.! f 8 8 It
basketball eliminations Robinson c A I ISITownwnd! c 4 1O II
7S.4 miles per hour. Bill Hunk He would like the Yanks' John- 'ing field. a veteran and two rookies. Brown e 00 OlSimms. e 0 0 0
of Miami. Clark's riding will open here Thursday amid ny Lindell but prefers to buy Instead Lucky Jack Lohrke and Bobby McMurrar. cOO 01""dler, ( 102
partner finished second. Joe some familiar circumstances.: of trade.Sports. I MIAMI BEACH [UP] Manager Thomson. will fight for the New Rollins Royal (c 01 21 HBtump SISWTtm. ,c | 4 0 3 0 11 0
Riddle and Dick O'Brien of Or- Eight teams that never have Billy Herman sent more than a York Giant third base Job Manager MorrU. I 31 Cloud. 102
lando were the tint 15 Mel Ott announced Bedford. 0 0 01,
among yester-
finishers. won a championship and dont I I Shorts I: score first drill of batterymen yesterday through with Pitchers their 'I day. ToUI 25 14 M.ToUlm: 16 IS 47
The "Kentucky Derby of'motor- 'expect* to right away; three that II Johnny Lanning and Ed Albosta \

cycledom" will be raced here this have five of the 13 past titles the only absentees. Both are expected t
afternoon at 2:30: with a record I and Kentucky comprise the cast. f Ford Prick president of the Na- in camp today. I z" :, .+! MADE 0$ "
t breaking field of 168 riders largest tional League fears that "over I CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH L I
for the show will '
Pairings big
ever registered for a sanctioned subsidization" of college athletes HAVANA [UP] Hugh Casey the
motorcycle race in the United i be- drawn in Lexington today. may lead to a scandal and when Dodgers' ace relief pitcher was I l a .

,..states or Canada; matching skill j Kentucky will be top-seeded by ,,1& comes it will not be the boys the only unaccounted for player BRAKES RELINED

rand speed for the coveted national' the tourney committee. Tennessee who will be responsible." Frick I yesterday as Manager Leo Durocher -; __ _
expert 200-mile championship. did not elaborate his
on statement.
of Brooklyn sent his squad
1rSeventytwo it winner of three titles and I A new commissioner for the I through another hard workout. I DRUMS TURNED OAYOMIIi
; of the nation's best only team to share the crown All-America footballconference l *

motorcycle race drivers will compete with Kentucky' In the last eight I will be selected by March 10. Capt. 1, PASADENA Cabf. [UP] GENERAL OVERHAULING
}. for $1,500 in cash prizes at years, is expected to be seededNo. I Tom Hamilton head coach at the i Dario Loditiani. Chicago White
Seminole Speedway north: of here Z. with Alabama's Crimson U. S. Naval Academy says he has I Sox third base candidate yesterday A. P. CLARK MOTORS Inc.
next Sunday afternoon in the Tide and the Engineers of asked the conference not to con- : went to the Medical Bureau ,
Florida All-star Motorcycle races. Georgia Tech, only other teamsto sider him for the post. maintained by Trainer
Pres.. 1., M. Patrick of the Florida break the monopoly, getting ; The American Motor Racing Packy Schwartz for treatment 889 N. ORANGE PHONE: 2-0746'
Motorcycle Assn. said most of nods for Nos. :3 and 4 posts. Society has re-elected Ab Jenkins I of his throwing arm. Loditiani

the top drivers entered in today's I All other entries are generally as president and voted to expandits
gala program at Daytona Beach 1 activities to include all typesof
lambs of the
as slaughter
had already filed entries for next block. motor racing, including the THE TROPICAL SUIT THAT"BREATHES"FRESH AIR *'
Sunday's event here. midgets. The outstandingwomen
State Audubon (CoI....' the British ace. Miss -Maureen 1 [
Society Cere.ll .1. Harvard ..s.W. .
..__ Mic....... 53. I.a State Tch.. Ruttle. will compete in the South
To Meet Next Saturday M.William Atlantic tournament which opens
[iw I
and Mary' M. VMI C2.Marshall .
Tuesday at Ormond Beach.
The 47th annual meeting of the n. Dayton S3.TMIMOM .
Florida Audubon Society will meet sa. Vanderbilt 21. The U. of Florida Gators woundup
Fordham 69. Army S2.Michigan their first week of
next Saturday at the Annie Rus- State TO. esten Collet' 49. -
Navy 6'. Muhtenber ST.Qeorae Spring drills yesterday with a hid' feel like in the
sell Theater on the Rollins Collegecampus Washington 51. Duke .,. light scrimmage featuring liberal g I the perfect personal safe you ever singing
Dr. A. J. Hanna. presi- St. Joseph Philadelphia. ) H. U. of ,
dent of the society announced Hawaii S3.Boston : use of the T-formation. Henry I morning? Ever feel like patting yourself on
U. U. Bowdiin 39. [Hank] Crips who produced out-
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(!! t t.l Youngsters Plan Hogan HoldsThreeUp Lead

r Winter Park'B'Meet
I y HEll MOSHEK jjj State TourneyYoung
Over Dai ReesSAN
The Sears-Sentinel-Star fishing contest has just six

days to run! golfers from all over the 1' Host I[ DIEGO (CAP Benny Hogan
State Till gather here at Dubs- took a three-up lead at the end of
At midnight Feb. 28 this Statewide fishing derby
dread Country Club Mar. 15-18 to Plans have been completed for the first 18 holes of his 38-hole International -
sponsored by the Orlando newspapers and Sears Roebuck participate in the first annual the 10-team Group Five Class B Golf Match with Dai

& Co., will come to an end. Several days will be allowed i I I]Florida State Pee Wee Golf Tournament basketball tournament to be staged Rees of England with the final IS

them fox; entries.to arrive by mail before the Judges will attempt to Malcolm Davenport. + here at Davis Armory Thursday, holes for a $5.000 winner-take-aU

reach any decisions on prizes.It i I Dubsdread owner, announced yes- n Friday and Saturday with Wmter purse to be played today at the
looks like no announcement regarding prise winners,can be terday. p Park High School serving as hosts San Diego Country Club.
I for the The American professional
made until around March 15. From talking with Walter Heard Believed to be the only tourna- :,
held lead at
'" Prin. Loyal McNeal of Winter champion a one-up
who I b ,in'charge of the contest it looks like a preliminary an :meat of its kind, the event will be Park High, in charge of arrangements the end of nine holes in yester-
to all and
open girls boys up to
nouneement can be published on Sunday, March 16. I and including the of Davenport & said admissions for each day's play before 2.500 galleryites.
Possibly the final decision of the Judges can be reached by that I said.Present age 12. x of the five sessions of the tourna- Going into the 18th he had built it

", time-it all depends upon how successful they are in checking all the; ment had been set at 35 cents for 'Up to four, but slipped on the last
angles. It may be necessary to telegraph to certain of the contestants.,|I plans Indicate that p 4Y a students and 75 cents for adults. green to lose the hole.

or to correspond with camp proprietors, or sportsmen who entered billfish i the tournament will be spread Two games are booked for each Hogan's medal score yesterdaywas
announced' out over a two-day session which session with the first session at 68. four under par for the 36-
in the derby. In other words if prize winners can be
will include two nine-hole 7:30 pjn. Thursday. 36-72 layout, and won him $1,000.
by the middle of March, the judges will have done unusually weUI! rounds Saturday. and an 18-bole The little Englishman shot even.

Meanwhile no farther announcements about standings in the championship finals for Sunday.. ; a is i GS Although the Central Florida par for the course.

contest will be published. This is because so very many fish have Separate brackets for girls and .. ,N.a,,. .. y ". Exposition will prevent use of
been entered for prizes already that there simply isn't space enough boys will be played and aO con- \ the normal entrance to Davis off the bus at the Parramore St.

In the paper to permit publication of the complete list until such I testants will be placed in ace Armory AIcNeal said arrange entrance to the armory.
I ments had been made to use the Blue
groups. The unbeaten Apopka
time as the prizes are actually awarded. S Parramore St. entrance je the
N Darters Central Florida Confer-
Should any very unusual catches be made, during these last six v Denny Champagne. Dubsdread court. champions, have been seeded

days of the.contest. the news will of course. be passed on to readers. I]pro. said that final arrangementsfor He also pointed out that basketball ence number-one for the meet. Other

There is, each hour, the chance ot a very large black bass-over 151 the event would be announcednext R= '!If'" ..,.,.,,' fans could catch the Park teams entered are Saint Cloud.

pounds in. weight-showing up. This is the time of year the blft'! week and added that two PEE WEE GOLF TOURNAMENT ENTRANTS I I and Allan Cone 10 and 7, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Lake bus of Orlando Transit Co. Winter Park, Winter Garden.

fellows bite. :nationally-known had newsreel outfits Here are three sets of brothers who are prospective Knox Glass of 139 Genius Dr. Winter Park; Jack at the side of the San Juan Phar- Titusville. Stuart Vero Beach
requested information con- and Bobby Horan. 6 and 3, sons of Mr. and Mrs. macy on E. Central Ave and get Melbourne Cocoa and Fort Pierce.
cerning the dates and possible entries for the first annual Florida State Pee Wee
Sir Orlando sportsmen are about to take off fer some of the finest W. T. Horan 2326 Wellington Blvd.. Winter Park,
filming of the tournament. (
black bass fishing in Florida-over at 'Blue Cypress Lake. This is also Champagne said the tourna- Golf Tournament which start March 15 at Dubs- I I. and .Vincent and David Hughes 6 and 3 of 3200 I

the most difficult Jake to reach in all Florida. :.ment committee.anticipated a dread Country Club.From left to right are Jamie Fairway. (Staff photo by McColluml
These anglers are Joe Holland Bert Nelson, Tillman Brooks field of "around 60" contestants to'''t ---- ---- -- LUMBERBUILDING

Clyde Jones II. S. Russell and Linn Nelson. Last time they went I participate. COLTS BUY GRIDDERS

they stayed three days catching and releasing so many fine bass ''I Several entries have alreadybeen Ben White Arden Homestead BALTIMORE [API Two veteran
they lost count though estimating that such [released] catches ran received from Orlando including SUPPLIES
*well over a hundred.1* four-year-old Judy Gin- professional linemen Bob Masterson -

The six sportsmen kept only a dozen bass to bring back to Or- ther and nine-year-old Bobby Trotters Top Week's Workouts an end and George Kinard, a WINDOWS. PLASTER

lando-the largest, caught by' Bert Nelson. .weighing an estimated Tyler, one of the favorites in the 'By DAVID [PIGGIE] FRIEDMAN guard, have been purchased from

eleven pounds. Just why this fish. and-several of the others on the boys' event. [The Sunday Sentinel-Star Homers Horse Expert the New York Yankees by the FLOORING SIDING

string.-were-not entered in the Sears-Sentinel-Star fishing contestno Other Orlando entries include Fast workouts from the :Ben White and Arden Home- Baltimore Colts of the All-America CEILING ROOFING
knows. Thomas Amidon. 9. Bobby Clark
one 80 9, Jamie and Allan 10 and 7 stead Stables featured the highlights of the training per Football Conference, Pres. Bob
Anyhow, tile 12 big fish returned to the city weighed over Cone ,
pounds. Most of the fish took Pfeffer top-water plugs, so the anglers and Vincent and David Hughes. formances of the past week at the :)Florida Livestock Exposition Rodenberg announced yesterday. BRICKS CEDAR SHINGLES

$ reported though they were biting so well that "they'd hit anything 5 and 6 years old.ISoftball Grounds half-mile track. Trainer Ben White drove SHEATHING FRAMING

pitched at them." I the two-year-old trotting colt, Judge Moore, owned and WILDCATS LEAD CAGE LOOP

In order t.-reach this lake, which lies between Orlando and Season bred by W. N. Reynolds, a mile inoe -- ', The Wildcats took over leader- I NAILS

Vero Beach [nearer to Vero] It Is necessary to go to the East Coast j 2:29: 1-2. last quarter in 34 1-2 !tern .40'4 and the pacer expendableS I ship In the Boy's Clubs' Saturday

and drive west to Fellsmere. The road then toward the lake, Is InTer sees., a season record for two- :.< > In 2245.-:34*. League yesterday by trimming the

)' poor condition-&o bad that a ear is likely' to be damaged en Gets Underway !. year-old trotters and the first two- I Trainer Harry H. PYLE Prle STABLE worked the 2-year- Shooting Stars 20-16, while; the PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES, INC.

route. After arrival at the "canal" there's a two-mile battle with year-old trotter old members In improved form the balance I Tigers in the second game topped
to beat 2:30 this
hyacinths and weeds. I II.II.I three lichtly trained Merry Abbe <2t the Red Devils, 13-5. Wednesday'sgames PHONE 2-1229 MICHIGAN AVE. AT ACL BY.
I Here Mar. 1 1The season over any half-mile track in :worked a mile in 2:41-:38: : Rorksan <2) a I
All of which adds up to the fact that some one of the several very I Quarter in 40; the patina colt Ohio Hal have been postponed.
the United States at this seasonof I<2>. recovering from a (let* of illness a ___ __ n _
Central Florida is going to start
outfits in
enterprising airplane City Recreation Depart- the year. handy quarter in -J7V.
"seaplane" fishing service to Blue Cypress Lake. Meanwhile, the report ment, yesterday announced plans The Arden Homesteadownedtrotters CHAPPELL STABLE

from the sportsmen who at this writing are going to try it again, for the 1947 softball season, which In trios. Beatrice Han-, i trained.The member Pacing of colt the No table Mo. were Direct lisbtly<2) ,

by automobile will be awaited. wiU begin March I, with Grade over (S1 [Gene Pownall up], Ti- worked a mile in 41--38.. the pacers
School i I,Orey Castle <4) In 2,34-:3S: Roy Dlllard
I Leagues for boys and girls
tan Hanover (51 [H. Pownall upland ] <<3> in 2'36-38: Gay Adam (6) in 2.3638:
Sailfish are a strange fish. Off Florid, they almost always nut getting under way on that date, Walter Spencer ((41 [IJ. Mc- ;Wyn-E-Saw <5) In 3S-.37 and the trot- FLy
be tins stallion Ruth's Ouy <5) in 2.38-.38.
shorter than eight feet but longer than six feet, in length. Whereare :ished so that by League the time play school may is fin dis Fadden up], worked mile in 2:14: % ]i I F. HARRIS STABLETrainer :.
the smaller ones? What happens to the nlne-footera-cne of last quarter in 31 3-4 sees with Floyd Harris worked two members -
occasionally missed. last eighth in 14 3-4. They fin- of the stable in fair time the. put
which size ? Where do these fish ?
gets caught spawn Class A League play will begin week The trotting mare Katherine Tip-
Ished' in the order listed. VETERANS Get PILOT
Where do they come from when grown up to this six-and-elght-foot April 1. and Class B competition This is ton. a season record and fastest mile the pacing gelding Earl's Josie Mite in
size? Where is their home Can enough sailfish be taken with rod commence April 15. trained at any training track for 2.30'4-:35. COST TO YOU, the Government pays expenses under
and reel by sportsmen to make It necessary to place a limit on sailfish this time of the in ,!>' No.workouts recorded from the Clarence
Groups and organizations interested year the U. S. Chaw and E E. Nelson stables. the G.L BILL OF RIGHTS.We
? Will line flshlng'affect fishing in the ocean? in entering teams in A The above three are bound for the TOM BERRY STABLE Seminole Park .

Charter boat captains especially at Miami want to limit the and B leagues are urged to contact Hollywood Park Inglewood! Cal. ''members Trainer In Berry fair tim worked! and the showing 2-year-old Im- .
number of sailfish which an angler, or a boat may keep in one the City Recreation Depart- 'race meeting and will compete in i provement. The pacing colt Kiako Dale offer the following Courses:
121 worked a mile in 2:31-;33: Poplar Valo
day. Unfortunately, these captains make these proposals because ment at the earliest possible I'the $50,000 Free-for-All trot at <2> in 232-331,. Poplar P.D R. <2> In PRIVATE PILOT COURSE-LAND
they want to keep, a lucrative business rather than because they date in order that leagues maybe : that point, racing from Apri1.11for 233'/t-:34U.: latter three highly retarded OR WATER 8 Weeks

love the sallflshl Nevertheless the facts should be arrived at, so organized and practice schedules twenty-five days of racing. and Hanover very<2)prom.I..a.) in 33-34: The....: notten Voloptnous Arnold<2> COMMERCIAL COURSE-LAND ONLY 32 Weeks I
win know what should be done. set up well in advance of [All are two-year-old trotters in 35-34: Highland Lassie <2) in 2:36-35:
Rollo <2) In 2 361-351: ,; Dr Malone <2>
Dr. R. O. Walton Smith director and professor of zoology, at the the opening the II. unless thesis indicate specified their numbers in paren- In 2:38-:37 and Whippet's Charlie(21 In INSTRUCTOR COURSE-LAND OR WATER 8 Weeks
age. Following 2:38-:37
University of Miami's Marine Laboratory, at the moment advises: City maintenance crews are im- are the workouts from the various Owner P T Hilmer trained the members SPECIAL
"I have not forgotten my promise to you regarding an article on ths I proving the No. 1 and No. 2 diamonds of his stable In fair time. at Seminole -
sailfish problem, but I have been forced to put It oft owing to heavy I at Exposition Park and j .CM WHITE STABLE ,Park mile in The 2.17 pacers, last Star quarter You in 8i 35'worked,: Don a If you have already received your license on land under the GI BILL

pressure of other duties. Since'I last saw you I have had to make I the fields will be in first class con- Trainer Ben White and son. Gibson Worthy (IS) In 223'-34'i.', and the. trotter APPLY FOR A SEAPLANE RATING WITH US-Course Is 4 Weeks.
Letor 16--32V.
9l :
worked the various ,
dition for the 1947 season. members la Improved :
several trips North and one to the West Coast of Florida in additionto form the past werk. Madison Hanover :i 1. owner, Len Murphy trained a 3-year-old Any of the above Controlled Courses are offered to you, if you are nota
I went a mDe In 235Vj-3S: : : : handy Gibson trotter VhIPpet'* Wila mile In 2:38.
canting out routine teaching and research here. However_ .at the Of the 3.000 kinds of lizards In worked the pacing colt Titan Hal <2V a last quarter.35:: Veteran, at the same cost to you that the Government pays. Call us
,l earliest opportunity. I will send yon something." the world, only two the Gila mon- mil. in 38V4--34>. In an impressive.. per
I. formance. Nlbllk (3> In 2J5: '..:34 .. Japer i by phone or stop and talk it over, at either of our locations.
Since Dr. Smith is one of the world's greatest marine biologists, ster and the Mexican beaded liz ((4> coupled with Willlna Hanover (3) la2J6J4 Air Conditioned For Comfort
his article will be of ard The following trained. their last
very great general interest In Florida. are poisonous.
quarter of their mile: Amy Scot In ::36*., 1 Chairs: Shore Rapid Service PLANES FOR RENT
Adeline RaooTvr In .36 U. Wilbur Hanover Manicurist Also Available
in :J9''.. Her Grace. In :39Vi. Nibble- I
mite and Cordelia Hanover in :40 and EOLA BARBER SHOP, ON LAND ON THE WATER
QurAIlIgee! $25 TOM COXWinter the pacing filly Santamlte <2> In 37. .
on Pontiac, and Garden I Various members of the. atabl. trained Orlando's only air-conditloaed shop City Hangar WEST END OF CHURCH ST.
Makes of Cars. We Now Offer Complete In improved form the past week. Trainer 22 E. Washington St.
'eBesld.s ai lAw at $25. FamousMen's Harry Pownall worked Kllroy a mile la I MUNICIPAL AIRPORT ON LAKE MANN
About Oar Free Cheek-Up ServiceSTIVERSPONTIAC Nationally 230: {-J5.: Farcrr la 33-.3S: Hester-
land in 39-.38 and worked a quarter in Phone 5522, Orlando, Fla. Phone 8275, Orlando, Fla.
Wear :36 4 at tbe end of a slow mile: the pacing .

IZ W. COLONIAL PHONE 2-231 'I Year Bound Law Prices I colt Mamscot(JI in 21<2:) In'-i-33V'2 35-.3S..:. latter Mario a Hanover fast- FISHING PBA0R 7 -
trick: American Ballad ((3) coupled with AVIATION CO.
I Scot's Guard <3) In 17v-:32>.. Joe Me- __
'' Faddea worked Dale Dean <3) In Z:20)s3255. ON LAKE APOPKA. Modern New Cabin
Crlliser Rates: 7 t. II persona. day
I' BAKER ACRES STABLE J40 a4-day, $30: UP to t person. day
; AT THE I J Trainer Harry Fitzpatrick and assistant. S30. V. -day $20. ftMervatwfi. Ph.n44M. _

I Clyde. Crlppen. dropped the trottinc mare. Charter F!"'''n. Service. ..x I
r'f Westfleld. Girl (4) a mile. in 2:19V! last 3724. Orlando Fla.
quarter In :31 seconds, latter quarter at
I a rate of 2:04 for the mile Sprincflower ALL PURPOSE
I(3)( coupled. with th* pacing. colt Army Hal I I
<3> la 2:22: *.-33 *; Prim Minister (3) in
WALK OVER SHOPOVERSTOCK 235--35U handy: the pacing colt E. J.
Hal (3) coupled with Frlscoway in 2:32-.3VH
handy; the pacers Eddie Havens IT) in
227V.34V.: March Heir <5> In 3O--53: ,
., latter two lltbtly trained forepart. of the PREFABRICATED BUILDINGSUSED
week with slow work lor the* balance of
the liable.
SALE The various member trained la Improved t
form the put week .. they art SUNDSTftLNDADDN
due te ship out to the Hollywood Park
race meetlns- at Inclewood. Cat The fol <5 MACHINES.I I'Ids GOVERNMENT SURPLUS BUILDINGS
,lowing trained in trioa: the pacer Blue
I Again <7) IW. R. Leatberdale up), the
CONTINUES trotters Kaola <7> Batchell npf and Mao '
Duff 471 8tockman: up) the mil la 2:175.. STILL AVAILABLE
last quarter In :32 seconds. in an Imprea-. .
I live performance The pacers Rhea Hanover -
<5) la 218K--33H: C. D. Frisco <4)
Years la 2Hi-:35: the trotting mare Betty R.
-Our First! Sale of Men's Shoes In Several
H. <7) In 2:19V.--32.: Make Way (2) a SUITABLE FOR:
quarter la :46 t4 In improved fashion. { lent.
Trainer Gene Pownall worked the m ,.-
ben In improved form the put week The HOMES WAREHOUSES ROADSIDE
WHY-Abnormal buying conditions have caused an accumulation trotters. Golda (6 a mile. In 2 25-:34: Mary 1 ,
Hanover 4g> in 2:24: '.-::34: Steele Hanover 1r
,of various styles. All are regular stock fine quality ETONIC ARCH shoes in I (2) in 243V4--39!I>4: Mr. Buick (2) a quarFLIGHT f t STANDS, PACKING HOUSES, GROVE

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8 [IA] trt,it Sunhag gfattefl-Jytar '. Orlando, Florida( February 23, 1947 Gas Firm Names'I Minister NamedIn -

$yx Morgenthau Cites Jews' that failure of European countries I r session of a Uftited.Jewish Appeal ( Arson Plot
31 Arrested
I to return Nazi-confiscated *1
properties Conference here that some European -
Handicap in Europe to their rightful owners" has governments however are Sales Claims Support
I 1 EngineerDorman .
I blocked the physical and economic
; fully of the plight of the In UPI -Dr. John ',"
WASHINGTON UPI FormerSecretal'7 I recovery of 1'4 million European II I aware Lynching; MILWAUKEE
of Treasury Henry Mor- Jews. Jews and sympathetic to their Lewis. 72. prominent minister I V;
genthau Jr. charged last night I Morgenthau told the opening problems. A. Meyer formerly associated charged with trying to burn down
-.-. I! .Gun-Sought with the gas company In ,his Calvary Presbyterian Church. I ttI
Leading Clerics Urge GREENVILLE. s. C. lAP Officers Cincinnati for 10 years, has been said yesterday his congngaUon-
: NOTICE U.S.-Sovfet concentrated their investigation named sales engineer for the !was 100 per cent"behind him "m i
StudyNEW I of Monday's lynch slaying of,South Atlantic Gas Co.. according ,this my hour of trouble"and that I II
YORK tAPl A 16-mem :Willie Earle. 24 a Negro in a
i to Buell G. Duncan vicepresirl..dfflL annual Lent
,search yesterday for the shotgun I may
BUILDERS CONTRACTORS ber committee of prominent j:used to blow a big hole in Earle's sermon today.A I
churchmen said yesterday that :head. in connection with which 31 will be substitute pastor the Rev. 1Don't
"an Christians must actively en- Greenville men have been formally charge of Luther P.Powell professor at McCormick -
Parson's Complete Kitchen 'charged with murder. and
gage themselves" in the field of I : Theological Seminary in
Sheriff R. H. Bearden spokes-
Gas Ranges-All Types and Sizes Soviet-American relations because man for the investigators said a t.W installations. Chicago, will 'stand by." .
"the issue of world war or portion I i of gun stock had been Orlando. Winter Church elders were shocked, at (
Floor Furnaces-Gas and Oil peace today resolves itself into a found in a chimney and it was I J y' "Park. Sanford. the charges against Lewis but said I
problem of Soviet-American rela- believed it might have been from DeLand and St. they would "stand by him" until

Bath Room Heaters tions." II the Thirty weapon of the sought.accused men.29 of I s W'i';" 'Augustine.can said. adding Dun- the dence State of his presented guilt.FIREPROOF. conclusive evi- l .----
The church group members of them identified as taxi drivers that an engineering -
the inter-church committee of the I said were the in thirty-first Jail yesterday., described Bearden as degree and I Be Tied Your
MODERN APPLIANCES, INC. American Russian Institute here. ,a Greenville business mall.was out i 20 years of wide i to'
said further: of the cityTwentysix. experience in gas ; .
423-430 N. OrCIDq.A'n. "If the people ...retain spirit 1 of those held the utilities Qualify Your building with Kitchen
him for the .
of and "MECCO"Rolling
friendly co-operation mu- sheriff reported have signed
f-fee Delivery Central Florida Meyer position.
tual admiration peace can abide statements admitting participation -
." Duncan stated that with many Steel Doors
with us. in the case. Kalamem Doors I into Pittman's and
I new developments in the commercial Doors come on today see us
Tin Clad Fire
The Negro detained as a suspect -
: field and with the near- Industrial Steel Doors about BARBECUE GRILL for
210 POUND 'in the stabbing and robbingof normal level or production of gas Metal Clad *'Industrlal'- Doors I a new your
T. W. Brown. 48. Greenville cab
BRICK THICK BUTTSHINGLES driver who later died was taken heating and air conditioning BARCOL OVERdoo Garage garden!
from the Pickens County jail by a equipment there is a definite need Doors
PLASTERNAILSMORTAR mob. His body was found a few munity.for a sales engineer in this com- Pkoac FRANK 47S SUPPLY for catalogue CO. i Just think of the fun, you and all your family -
90 POUND GREEN hours later. I ill Brookhavea Drive
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BRONZE SCREEN-HARDWARE CLOTH 70 Alexander PL Phone 7427 Rewinding-Repair and ServiceI I SPECIALANY


... ALUMINUMROOFING I $25 to $35 J C4se

Pine Castle Lwnber & Hardware Company Skilled Employees, Guaranteed Work I PHONE 5589 i I _

Reflects Heat For I

Ye.r Dealer or ,
IMMEDIATE DELIVERYCity Hardware Store 20% 0 I
Framing Sheathing Siding :

Profile Supply CoDtoriNtte. Ceiling Flooring Doors i OFE
Gas Floor Furnaces .. 211 Butt st- Windows Frames 222

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V. a. Boreaa of SUadardf
Robinson at Bumby Phone 2-2456 free Eattnaatc F.HJL. Terms Termite Shields Made to Asbestos Shingles

ORLANDO. FLORIDA.WEEKLY LOW COSTU Order Metal Shingles and Roofing
W. Coaeord Are. Ph. MM
Ventilators Build.up Roofing ,SCARCE ELECTRICAL

Galvanized and Copper Getter Composition Roofing b 'HOUSEHOLD ITEMS APPLIANCES

Chimney Caps Shingles '



: SIZE C 30 Years of Master Roofing
AOUELLA-The waterproof paint makes masonry
surfaces watertight. ANY DEPTH Licensed and Bonded Free Estimates I PLUMBING HOT WATER
FLOORING-Oak manufact.o and, Pine. -Nlce dry stock: -good FOR HOME- I' FIXTURES HEATERS
meat: reasonable rental rates. "
Restaurant EquipmentFOR BATH ROOM
SCREEN DOORS aces.8ize8: also Wnges' springs and We GuaranteeSlater or No PAINT I CABINETS

-"BALSAM WOOL" 12 months
trial Money )refunded If not entirely satisfied. We will glady Combination 20%

live you Ranges $192 Griddle Hoi Plate $74.50 CENTRAL HARDWARE
FREEEstimates 45 and 75 Gal. Gas Water Heaters Deep Fat Fryers
PAINT BRUSHES lOc to : .............................................
: $30.00-All at 10% reduced prices. r .
36 Monthsto 20 and 30 Cu. Ft. FREEZERS 20'and 30 Case
Pay BEACH-IN By BEVERAGERefrigerators
I LIBBY & FREEMAN. YORK COOLERS lfeauiy-Jkwt llzan
N. Orange at Railroad Phone 4139 01&
I '711 W. Church-St TeL 869 MODERN APPLIANCES, INC. fkdeff

428-430 N. Orange Are. e
We Deliver Phone 2-2514

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11 members of the CIO United I r Orlando, Florida, February 23, 1947 (C r &mt &rnthttl-1at Page 9 [Af

NLRB Reverses Auto brief Workers strike at accused Thompson of leadinga Products -I I MarshallUrgesU.S. ![ (

Inc.. Detroit machinery producers
( in 1942. were not entitledto Rogers Draws
reinstatement. ,
Strike; Decision At the same time the board Leadership
dismissed charges .f unfair labor k'k

practice against the company j I' I "
WASHINGTON lAP Reversingan This upset a split decision of the I PRINCETON. N. J. [AP] Secre- a. Probe Summons

earllet .decision, the National: board handed down Aug. 15,when I Ithe' tary of State Marshall said last I I

Labor Relations Board. last night: board ruled the company had | night "a strong lead and definite :rally NEW YORK rAP A Grand!
engaged In unfair labor practices ,
reinforced its policy! that strikers by firing the men and ordered 'assistance from the United States I The >t Jury subpoena was served Tester-
forfeit their "protection,, 'under' their reinstatement but without I will be necessary" "democratic and r day on Nat Rogers matchmake
the Wagner Act when their walkout -. : I for the Twentieth Century SportIng -
back In countries to
processes many et
U "unlawfuL"An Club ordering him to appear-
unlawful strike the board. resume their functioning." I I day. office
I kilea In the District Attorneys :
said. is one where unionists strike j Garsson-May Trial l Speaking at a luncheon of the in connection with the current in-i

to obtain recognition of their i Princeton National Alumni Assn. 1 I tlon I vestigation here of undercover?

W.union when the board has certified -i Opening Delayed after he had been awarded an honorary rooms managers of profession boxers.
/ a different-union as the col-j while c ci There was no immediate exp'a: .
lective bargaining representative. WASHINGTON [API The Gars- j degree of Doctor of Laws by led i I nation on what phases of thec

Specifically, the board held that I son-May conspiracy trial has been i the university. Marshall said "we .land { probe the district attorney wished.( :;
have had a cessation of hostilities, I[the Y
postponed from March 19 to April [ i t to question Rogers.
but we have no genuine peace. I i 3 a
II 6 6t Daniel Dowd investigator for
In all 48 states 21 due to a conflict In court datesof i 'mostly I
He urged that the United the District Attorney's office sc-v"*
the trend is'to ; one of the defense counseLAn I States lend Its aid "if the pro- !I still ed the subpoena on Rogers as tlie1

indictment names former j duetire facilities of the world I i iI titude ox matchmaker arrived at the State*
Rep. Andrew J. May of Kentucky, ,I are to be restored. I| home Building for weighing-in ceremonies
CHROMITEZINC wartime chairman of the House I I' for Beau Jack and Tony Jar
Military Committee; Henry and Marshall said many Americans s"V who met last night in Mad-1
Murray Garsson. heads of a $T3 rare' becoming Indifferent "to the i I of x fit < icon Square Garden.

TILEfor million munitions combine and long-term danger of the nation's I 1 j' : Rogers matchmaker for the
Joseph F. Freeman its Washington security" and generally have the clients ILI Garden reportedly arranged the.
agent. They are charged with attitude of spectators adding: match between the two welter
"color freshness"In conspiring to defraud the government Spectators of life are not those al i weights.

kitchens and baths! who will retain their liberty nor I I A Rogers an aide to Mike Jacob1.,
are they likely to contribute to x n, president of the Twentieth Cen-
I cox
r x. y<;
puny. ouannteeo'' ey ,Metal Tile C.. ofOrtanoo their country's security" I at tury Sporting Club, is the most
a** The Chromite Cemoanyof '
M_ Mien. Each installation tounoer I! day prominent figure subpoenaed to
strict factory auoervwton.Chromit was the District Attorney office since
CHICAGO AP) TJSDA) Salable bees 500
.. Ce.Umatedotal not then: compared I since!
the investigation began.
ta ads ZINC a rf M.- I
west I barrows and silts 1.00-1.50
for* ruM I* -to Mir..1bIs.' Flondaone Keystone ass 6e
hicherwefehta< abort 2&0 Iba. BP moat;
).other_< thia..as..t.orotoctMiw araa> in. ..artoc.ular. I .... 2 00 bther.Salable I The P IRISH SELECT CONNOR
I cattle SOO (estimated); total not point SOUTH BEND, Ind. I API
...., .. .. siren, compared week: ata receipt. smaller
II. Orlandd bas .n.w locally and In lower dress I and George L. Connor, Chicago +2
__510.0.. ....Chr.miY.t.. tO..s iftsUO.t..L.0.t ?* Ie 50.Tile? Cus odian I Inc merits than Itr'.I. rears featured on o year-old left tackle yesterday was
510.5000* M .1ete Nt.acti_ IA.uiriv I general crop especially: steers and heifers: ts the
e which elected captain of 1947 NoU'aDame
I trade centrally: active and most of time
iavil.d.Quality I highly\ competitive fed steers and :year Jan. football team. The result or
eam;....v4 Cbr. .mil. la tbtowmt tine closed :50 higher heifers stronc to ment eTw y- i the squad electoin was announced
50.mostly: 23 UP; cows and bulls J5-5O: overlate '.
....,. eric* wall til*. o til* markt Funds I lu week; steers and heifers predominated John. Y M at.na.Y by Frank Leahy director of ath-
I '
} klllins quality: medium averatetood. -
letics and head football coach.
strictly: choice steers and heifers absent -
; strictly: medium kinds both steers ,, -
STAN COMSTOCK and heifers, at new high on crop dressinc and
msfzcTIoNTOOAYT: i merits considered: bulk: medium and good record A.B.c.ALUMINUM .
iBvtitmeat ScemrtttetPhon steers and yearllnss: 1':10-24.50: : heifers : 'Mv ya
all'iriWtB !hlrkA!.. 1*.:50-22.00. moderate supply\ food and year. : 1CYY .ts I1 CASEMENT.
Mas-Teletype DB MOrluda choice steers sold at .110-21.50.. low to -' a
See our'dr a Inboard in this lovely average-choice: 1258 lb. steers topping .t I SASH
new-kitchen. I 2725. very: little above 25.50. low-choice I j gains IN STOCK
Representing T. Nelson ORourk heavy heifers topped for class at 2350; 'strong, HOME INSULATION CO.
moot good light heifere aeUiiut around
.1x.Member 22 OO-23.00: very keen market on steers at I'Fnllco Phone 708
METAL.m NJV.SJ3. 1900 down and heifers IT' 00 and below hoists. ,. Ml Oraac AYe Winter Park
CO. Oavtnna B.aehla.. this situation tending to make very few
I light stork cattle available; stackers 25 points x:
IS But Central Dial m.
higher mostly: 1600-1(00 on medium to sion.
choice offerings: cutter cows cloned at 11.50I
I a/4 of
I down: most beef cows 1200-1450. with .. CIGARETTES '1.39' w
strictly good :young weighty: fed offeringsto : ._...._
17.00. competitive race for sausage bulls ,. ._ POPULAR BRANDS
forced most offerings with weightto
Complete one of sausage ,
I 1575-1650: basis, heavy beet bulls I WRITE FOR ORDER CARD
and reached 16 00 vealers! after losing 100. Sond no .
Sick Room money
Hospital Supplies strengthened BP. closing steady to weak at would I II I THIS IS THE NEW AUTOMATIC citrus juice ecutive and official of Polk Packing Co.. which
2900, mostly: 28 00 down pensing! machine that is being given an actual helped to develop the machine and Bob Johnson,
I Trusses Supports Crutches Eatable sheep !SOO (estimated): total not I dis-\ r {55 MNIN.,Yenta
I given, compared week ago; slaughter spill sumer test at the Florida Citrus Exposition \ Lakeland engineer who invented it. are shown with 11KeT{rna. aT.00.LLr.LLNTY

..., Wheel Chairs and.Hospital Beds lambs ewes 3S-SO steady higher, late:yearlings trade\ active and at alaughter highpoint 1 with I I Winter Haven. John A. Snively Jr. left, citrus the Installation. /1
I of the week; good aad choice fed I the J..
I Soles and RentalsCcmygn wooled lambs 32.:50-23 JO. late spread 23.OO- 1 t J 8 t ta/4t {
r 23 best 6O.demand weights with around some 100 discrimination 1"De_ at In vals Answers Baby's Cries,
'iftoO"'pO" lJ times on weights above 10O Iba.; medium : Citrus"Juice Dispensing
I tbe'good wooUkljw Including
rails Woman Found Murdered
I several 10O-103 ib averages: from i FIsr.: '
UMtATWT nmiCMNi AM* =* at 22'00. few medium 19.50
MrtUB AM*CQWMCNT I and some common down to 11.00, load good rising ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. API

J-l-1I. ..A1ia.. o.t..4 I I, shorn and choice pelts 22.25 fed :clipped good and Urnbe choice' with 11S-139 rail one Machine Studied in Tests The nude body of a woman Identified 1yl II Eye
Ib. earhngs 1600-1900 with some
121 Ne.
Orange Orlando Phone 7255 2-4Z50 &".-:re.r-od. and aged wethen 20.00 as Mrs. Caroline Stone, 58.
small Iota native slaughter ewes 1.:10-100.: tional was found yesterday between two
[Speciol to The Sentinel Star] a
.. Sunday
load or mostly: medium and good 109 of N. small shelters just two doors from you ,
lb. Westerns 9 00. two and one-half ears WINTER HAVEN-Hopeful that he has the an wer to
her home the Rio Grande.
m medium choice mostly: good and choice12S near lift
lb. wheat-pastured slaughter ewes 8.:)0. at least part of the Florida citrus problem, John A. SnivelyJr. Modesta GaUegos. 14, one of two I
When You Want It!! few cull and common down to 1.00; few
GLASS loads feeding and shearing lambs 2023- best ., vice president of Polk Packing Co. here, is studyingthe children who lived with:Mrs. Stone

I clines results of an actual operation test of a new automatic 'related the woman awoke about 2

Complete Store-Front Service iiiinitar !jority into canned citrus: : juice dispensing machine, built by the I i a.m..outside.saying she; The heard girl a said baby Mrs.crying I

; American machinery uorp., Orlando I I Stone put on a red dress and blue
PLATE GLASS and STRUCTURAL GLASS Lines. which has been on display at
11 chenile robe and went outside.
1 I are a few "bugs that have to be eell'Uf 095 RATES
i the Florida Citrus Exposition here.
I i Neither garment has been found.
ironed out. but we know we have
: '
MOVES MERCHANDISEJanuary points Morticians"r Invented and perfected, by Bob what we want. Now we must decide ......................... c:= HaW47Pq.a.ts 515 t0SET I
Johnson Lakeland the machine
I STEEL and ALUMINUM SASH GLAZING I II as to the size of the machine r U-. lZ-. j
4Z.483 features simplicity of operation.
t Average :
the locations and
................. I I "B1gbeat eBlatiOB tm Our History" economy and a high degree of itself num-" : RADIOS $100 $ 7.7. 9.46
., ber of them we will manufacture. $250
was : $150 11.117 14.11
sanitation which Snively says has : REFRIGERATORS
Prompt Installation Service I sion beea absent ,in previous dispensing The machine can be placed Ina : $ZOO 15.47 11.11 or more

Anywhere in Florida I MADDENSREFRIGERATOR machines tried out in the location, plugged into a convenient : WASHERS SJOO '!2..S 21..7 '

: I State. electric outlet to provide : NEED REPAIRS? ': ..........,e..v..i..1 Aatesadly.
Phone or Wire for Free Estimates I SERVICE In operation at the Snively not only power for the operationof Personal
The For Any Make
Domestic and Commercial I booth at the exposition, the ma- the device but for refrigera S i
Don't Fmss-Fone Gas 77ZC a chine dispenses. from automatically tion.' From the placing of the I CallBARTON'S I
week. placed and'opened 46-ounce machine, a service man takes : I
ACME GLASS CO. 221 Magnolia Ave. Orlando, Fla. to : ecrnrndaLeIMCORORAT.
i cans citrus Juice chilled to 40 over. supplying fresh stocks.removing -
"Backed 2* Tear
by Experience"MR i
much degrees or a little colder-placing empty cans and discarded : You Benefit' By Our 25 ,
S25 W. Robinson. Orlando Phone 2-1500 I an exact measure of six ounces in paper cups. I Years Experience
: Next to Theatre< : 537 N. Orange Are.
a paper cup which is dropped into The model will be tried out "onlocation" Colony
& MRS. TAXPAYERDon't place under the spout to receive in various places to get Winter Park 93 : Phone 7181

worry with your Tax Return. the Juice. consumer reaction. Snively said. ............_._.._._._
The machine is set up to
INCOME TAX work Is our business.
ooerate with a five-cent piece.

:A Few Scarce Items W. C. SURGEON The juice is untouched by human

hands-and the cup is keptunitary. .

Primer US N. Main St. Near Post Office .
Outalde and Undercoat
e The machine about 6Vi feet
"Outside_ Ready Mixed Paint I high has a lacquered front with

.*..-;*.- -Inside'Oil and Water Paint Want A Top-Notch Salesmanin I display space. It occupies about

Fluorescent Lighting-Medicine Cabinets two square feet of floor space and
Your Store? is opened. and serviced from the
Mahogany Flush Doors front.
Hay he Bad ny Canine TJt
Screen Doors I Let Us Snow Ton the Versatile I Approximately 24 cans each
Roll Roofing COLUMBUS SHOW CASES : holding 46-ounces. may be placedin

Thick Butt Shingles SLADE-BOOTH SHOW CASE CO. traces the machine. As the juice is dispensed -
7 .. I 111 Reed It. TeL t-Z71 the I, it is agitated and aerated
Pine Flooring
, at the same time. *
Bruce Floor Wax and Cleaner ti that "We believe this is the answerto

.Preit-To-Lorjs v Small Loans OnT they I IH the problem of disposing of at

: ;.- Steel Sash least part of our surplus pfoduc-
= Real Estate =- tion of citrus fruits. and with the
W'Z': :$ Awning Type Windows' machines economical to build and

m: ,-' ,Mill.,Work I Get money quickly. on your to operate it is entirely possibleto
establish huge chains of themin
.. SEES,OUR:BOOTH ATTHE FAIR THIS WEEK house--no red tape. Loansmade bus terminals train stationsin RDOMoRE

) i In Orange Seminole and : fact wherever people congre-
(, s4.THOMASlUMBER CO. Osceola. Counties. gate." Snively said.
"The Florida citrus industry has
Orlando. Fla.
been concerned for time with
111 .. some
THOMAS T.UMBER & SUPPLY CO. FloridaCredit the problem of not only disposingof

Winter Park. Fla. surplus production but of get
wINTER I | x'INVESTMENT CD. ting into the beverage field. A lot

"GARDEN LUMBER CO. I ST. ROOM I of research, money and time has
Winter garden Ha. I L's'tair.q ... .. c..M n..ar. been spent on this machine. There

See Us Before You
See Florida the most enjoyable way-by carl .

SMALL LOTS SURPLUS SALE I A ) Inexpensively, comfortably and conveniently. Rent an

BUYURN "'Is I 011,,', UDrlvethe best rental car value f In Florida! Ev te"

Property listed below ,and many other items will be a

offered to the general public for inspection and sub- ROW New Model Fords, Chevrolets, Plymouths :ISINGING

mitting sealed bids_beginning February 26th and end- Real Estate rES- TOWER

ing March 5th?from 9:00: A.M. until 4:00: P.M. each Mortgage General Insurance Loans i Every car fully Insured -

$5 0 0 Delivery and pick-up service at your hotel ,
day [excepting Saturday, nd Sunday] : Hall Bros. Agency COST r. DAILY eCardeliveredtoyour train or plan*terminal e. /A-*

R. E. Wolf
I .. -
Garden Tools Dental Equipment 112 N. Orange TeL 5183 FIRST OX 1 ) 4 out of 5 who ask for (24 HOURS) ;;
a at 'Personal/ '
my Drive to any point in Florida and return the .
answer Is "Yes. That's why $
Serving Trays Sterilizers I y folks call me the "Yes Man." 29.00 WEEKLY car to the NEAREST Olin office. You will be -rd-
*', ., You can get $25 to $300 on charged for actual mileage ONLY."r+ -.. .,, '"
T Carts
ool.BoxeS\- Battery
\ signature alone. furniture or (MINIMUM RATES) OVERSEAS H1CKWAV'
F" I aut o. Complete privacy Also available at moderate rentals: Packard

Fire Extinguishers$ Step Ladders at Small monthly payments.Up Chryslers Lincoln-Zephyrs. Buick:. De Sotos.
"9 to 15 mos. to repay on most tZ
'f-.. Jbto
t Convertibles Statici p. *.
Bench Grinder! Chain Hoists THE CENTRAL loans. and Wagons.
I Write or come In to see
me at the address given be- Call or Wire Any One \
Desks office Hand Tools featuring
low. If you phone first you yof O/in's/ Three Offices
can stop In to sign and pick --;-- sra --
Chairs, office Coleman LanternsElectric "THE up the cash In one visit. if 't )..

Open Slon. thru Fri. '-S- :; .
Filing Cabinets Lanterns Closed Sat. ., -
"AIR SEALED CONCRETE Evenings by Appointment .. (

Platform Scales Small Light Plants -
t MAliNa Snl OIoS
Manufactured and r&i&cnal FINANCE CO r

Property is located in. Building T-2089. For further I Of Orlando
** South Oranve Avow
information PERKINS VAULT CO. =22;** ISUmuy But to FMlwal
Officer Front
contact Salvage Captain I C Bakery. MIAMI JACKSONVillE ORLANDO t,

or his Assistant, Mr._ Bethke, Phone 2-0761 LealIe.M...naMM loco.--- 2830 N. E. 2nd Ave. 913 West Adams St. 242 N. Orange Aye.
"Sold By the Better R..o..i YES .r-;: YB
.Extension! ) 1737 I I eo:-' Telephone 9-4713 Telephones 5-4733 Telephof\e.2-4814

OrUnoe. Fiona Faeu 2-114& .. . ,

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j1tnba!; &tttttutl&tuORLANDO. 12. Lost and Found 19. Services Offered 19. ServIces Offered : 1.Servlcts_ Offered ,I ITREX u Articles for Sale r ,3 Articles fer Sale..1 u Articles for Sale u Articles for Sale

. BRACELET POVNO-kSonday. Pleas ,' ACETYLENE and electrlo welding:I LAND6CAPINO Pm-la- d toeooil 8URGERT. Winch aervte APARTMENT EQUIPMENT BATTERY CHARGER-.Speedway. 10 I DINING ROOM SCU. .l PENCE P Cypress; V rt. .
FLORIDA describe tt. Write Poetoffico Don on pump saw mW and peat. c.1 o bonded and *beensed. Free etti- re _pl kitchen Bali crank creas run. Call 9 Pieces. Orl.ao Pt1 .. 3 t* 4 btt 815 per loo- t
PAGE lOCAl FEB. 23. 194T 1682. a construction "26. ,II mates anytime. J. H Aer Ph. eb and stove. i Cclloueh at 2OO7 E. CentraL I II 14 and .1 Charh.I S In- butt. 1 .100. Win e any
and bras easting.McKianey 2-2524 E. and wan lensth
LOST Dansby'g alUElnnm I ; B P. 1. gas e BICYCLE and Whis- 'DIAMOND BAR PIN 16 stones. 1'8 I.d L C
BILLFOLD Slack in Machine Works. 131 W. Kaley. I I LICENSED CONTRACTOR-Any kind typo AppU- | -1946 Columbia i Phone
Pharmacy. South St. and of paintln and TREES AND PALMS Trimmed a i bt Mode 2-2514. I ser in AIt May I I carat each: platinum. Need cash. 'P n
I Delaney. Contains valuable papers by ADDING MC typewriters and work.bi call r..Bon. John ancea. l 42 I. Orange; i| b rn.o 95 2Ut St ''sacrifice; 8350. Also cultured pearl Ffl.IIeo CABIItET-4 .w heal

CLASSIFIED i P. Ulman. Pinder keep money and eltor. rpe Our work.u.a C. W. Fleming. '.t. Ia St phone 2-1147.1 AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS -! i Ik1. Phone 29.I filIng cabinet w.10. 176
; return to 314 E. Jackson or ph. C George UPHOl.SrERntG-.8lp ref IB- I 5. 3O 4O- alloa. ,j! BY BICCIs Victor Vlc- t Frees and York.
: 987. | Sur 1 M.l St phone .lS.. f LAWN AND GARDEN SERVICsWW We ._ I Et.3 Can ..Immediate ,I i 815. Trailer DRINKING FUAIY.t. fKDp. Inc..
l.c e ISO. *, mil of Pin Castle. Oak .
with west Mor
offer caretaker I App
a new service I Itel.
I .taU .
418 W. delivery and ,
LOST designs
BROOCH ; gold leaf do- A1NIGSp o ll modern motorized Garden ee.t 1.t 1, Rinse Road. Inquire Zimmerman. W. "2 I. 0. 'f.
SenUne1- tax I sign with bine stones; St. Lakes ; each h e I Biota e.I" 2-0006 or 2-2353.; __ j i WUlard .Ker. T B.n.ar. 10 Ch.rel FIREPLACE EQUIPMENT
Cathedral American Lesion. Sun- $ Ventilated Awnings et.t. I dial BABY beds; bassinettes 2-6x6-6 2 and llm
or tr CIYOt ;
> UPHOLSTERING SERVICE-Free estlmalea 513. S Smyth
ground broken for DR-K. at 20
Want-Ad Rates day. February 16th. Reward ph. 92J8. Room 115. 14 E. Church. 1. C 'X'.Yr and play -Jeflcoala 1 ra.r. .
Expert c.ea I| at .
] and Sir
I Oranse
lo Wa. pens.
(u W.1 YoU" I Rd. .1
1 Choice of padding CDtl' 6 tion. conway
DOG LOST-Black and tan female ALLIS CHALMERS SERVICE mation.MATTRESSES. : water
Daily SlopesB Russ Mattress Co, co c.t o c BABY CRIBS screened with CLEANER-Never water
hound; vicinity Sun-Brock parts; tractor and power 2 .1 ELECTRIC 4 burner with
(mlmum <*** Mel Troy O'ru P.o Boa; 797 l'aD Orl I IVil. Farm and Home MachInery c. t, REMADE-W* .renew i Phone 2-2213. e.s. Id I.U .tt$ baby carriace. ,i: sIde oven STV condition call f* f use B C'D.8mJ

.. Fd.. 1. R..r.. [ W. Robinson; phone :271. your mattress and yowsleep Y AC C SERVICE-And I ALUMINUM PAINT-fa 1 pd. 12. Ph. 2-0453._ ,,, at 1710 Edgewater Dr. or 714 W. hew C. J. O.. aa
Sunday 27* p.r nstMIbINM
without the of read-mixed
regular ;
easy worry Rid.
; kSS *1. *PIN LOST-Odd bewknot with red i\ l spending too much. r. free.b and other I a Knox a a.a.. .E. Ray I(,I B.mPr.'ERC FURNITURE-Day bed. porch (win*.
sets. In center of business district. I porch curtstns. P e.t send card j aaa 2 boiler 1' .
AWNINGS i =h.an orr ;
3 Consecutive Day lie line a day Sentimental value. B.a P.!1. blinds glider covering. nat.al Phone.Mattrea e 11 Chu :bring cleaner to 1221 2U St. P Ph. 2-3163. .. a.8TVo.. .r settee cb.l. rockers, phone 4929.

T Consecutive Dere ISo- line a day 52 E. Livingston.SPARE ,i Florida Awning Co..432 8. Hul I 221.IR F1. ANTIQUE I PT 0.''' Ce'Der 2 8d..o corer Street. P 2-73 FRNB.settee. baby M.
Count' Aver*** Words 1 line> T LT- li RV mad to or- I VEE B REPAIRED and I 100 yrs. 3" .lW Rld P."De 2-10. ELECTRIC od 1e 1110
I I del.d. .ln Orlando factory tea knife BOAT in first SWERb.Elrk. Parramore St.
.1 em Japanese -For 30
National (Out .( SUta Hate* 600 ACETYLENE and .lr welding; ref1 eJa b W .1 crl. f. .; see I
MeAn and Cannon Mills Mo W.; S2. Blind flag. 825. $ class 95 f. We Stt. RANGE Breakfast
Single Insertion 30c per lin Airport. R general machine .ok. C. i ".or. J.P cDdU.; new C ELECTRIC 8111 GA. On &t
I Repaired; Co- 8. Raid 8O59- craft WASHER Maytag: living .
turn to O.rde. Store. Winter 640 S. I IT ; anese 13. complete room suites
KBI. USt lle
3 Consecutive Day 25* lin* a day I p.5 mor
den Arcade WILL 500 i see at shell in Sanford anytime. I 1 I vertone combination cl1D1b mule bed*, complete:
1 Canaaeutiv Day 2Oo Una a day Ra. Re.ad. AWNINGS. Trailer Tai i Mad D YOU M.1 2 .t.t t. bad Phone 3-7801. e.blD
fUinlnnm 3 HneAn .) WAT L-. set Venetian C Phone 22400.PA1Nr1NG.lo12 and shells. 855. .l II.U.leU I|i I c.blne. 70 AeUa I cheap.. fc. d.ln 1429 19th St.GLASS .
.t .au Bl rooms: petting and ter repair work. Phone J-O262. .nl. .n Ih. 2"01. CLARINET Zenjiaa I:I I ELECTRIC six: hot
Veterans' -
Want-Ad Hart to UM OUnadoorn1ng e-F b t, { "met ,
2 1 St. lrm i I water & and
.Laws w. BmiUt 2-O963.1 walla. S1J includmc flat .61. Lw WASHING MACHINES 1. itsI i B -Any and an
Sentinel and an printed I It.ln.10 BA eF11 ae. "oml. tJ a.
rates exteriors. HeUond. S-4287. fine j condition.
la bout UM Sentinel and The riaon's Cafeteria.Rewsrd. Ph. 6550. ALARM REPAIRED Any i w* repair all makes. i .NIQVEr bla. fl.rDe.I sic 5p Mat ruder I i.o 2-33.
WALLET LOST Citisens and C PUMP 21 part We refinish. All work guaran! : : CHROME Floor i;i ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR 1946 Blbi Faint aDd 10 W.
Orlando Star on Uv aamo data.Th papers i electrical equip-1 RAG ere l' pieces. : Ol
t7S S. Su kl. We fix everything. Barker | Bill) foci Jt .. I teed. Caldweil .Harris Bpa mantle clock; -plece silver servicetea sample W. 889 95. T.i iI !1 i model. WestInghouse: 4>t eu. ft.: I P.
Want-Ad Department to openfrom ward. ca.D 2 MI R R, 415 W. A Avephone 6712. 707 N. BnI I set. 885; 9x12 Administer rug.105t Rom 1'.0.. N. Orang 9x12 rug. 1O51 Lancaster Drive.
8:30 ajn. to a sun. daily. I pair Shop. .W. CentraL Ph._:'9 l. 1 117.WAG Lancaster Drive. I 1 Stor. ,
Phone ELECTRIC GAS RANGE and hot water beaten
Sunday from 9 to 12 am.DaadliBo 14. Beauty Parlors BEAD AND P STRINGING derat I ASBESTOS SIDING ana metal trim; also i both 830 IfrOO E. WashingtonStreet
I bonded makes all ;
on I : 10
for Sunday Paper Saturday t I I Jewelry and .t r..a guaran .kh. Llle Serv- &er a wok. Pine bevel ; knotty pin .i BRC PIn JaI I I 2 month Wedgwood Tea Room :
111. .
noon.AdrerUaen. IAUERICAH teed. Nogrady'. 1 Ar*._ I =:nH Mat n"h i I' .. I 1 I I 1 I at Casselberry, after
BUU IR.wI.U. Ice. 9946. | Kaley n 6247. elnea chased new July 1946. In good : i 33. SOO .
44 Concrete. I IGn.rall& : GROV SPRYRB. .1
requested to notify BLOCK AIRPLANE 1
are Wok and accessories.
a I Interior and exterior I WELL drill MODEWo running ; take
11 PAINTING- ; I DRGL. your cll\I.. di C.pa" l sl -
6931. Irene. Ted Mason.
B* Immediately of any errori la .1 P. I at screens made and repaired: plenty well pump r.1 OOO brick Brick lad. on ENA WARE- "quality white condition Phone
their ada aa UM SentineMtar ..Wbe .D Mar .c.Um.; all types B. 17- bonded home -o fo Raring car and boats B. machine forGrsde pots p. moP. "P
of materials rd .. surpass ke c _ _
ln .pUle.tl
open aa 1 l.tln E.me..t
rasponsibl tat only one lacorrect pen..nu cld CLEANHiO AND PRESSING Cash I insured. N. J. B.r. ; nothing pay.Belmasy Orsnge. Phone 1. A. Present newmachlno blntt. hdrator Co laws
..ppoiaDt.AMJ.'pa. do. monU | GARDEN -
Insertion.Yen na p.m. I' will save you I H0B I
and carry prices about
PLUMBING-West Central Plumbing > Well Pump AQtBrdYeV 6 "Olltl Bl. Pe. 2-316. .
Can Place Yew in money. Brine your clothes to Sups- Heating Co., 15 M. Day | Supply Winter Garden 1. ml| ., for selling. m.dlne ECRC IRONS-Automatic con Smyth mo.en t. .J.
fada a t- Teaj riot Cleaners 214 Boone St. 2h : Night 753$. Bn. i I e.s of Orb Ytsta. Orlando. shawL Canadian maple leaf corners Price 86.250 FOB car here. T. VDI"er Proctor. Samson. Railroad.GARDEN Lb. C. Or. .e
Want-Ad by Telephone but cl.r CONCRETE Drive-ways WASHING MACHINES Heather and plaid. P.O. Box nl.Lak. cud complete unit ready Dumb IPS W. Church.
.. FR PAINT-Our work is guaranteed; our j REA _'..
Pn. S2.CHRIY : step, Thirty All mates work e Mary ; than Also have ELECTRIC tiii. TOL .pr
Dial 4161 b.f. BI.lt Please phone j I f. I mler. PERCLTR rake f..
prl. 291 j 80 steel brick
pallets 5OO
BEAUTY years In lusne. n. et..tea. I sonable rate J. R. HarreU's. :I ATTIC FANS in stock. 36-in.-42 In., 1 Elet .a..leh T Fair lea. Wyckotfs Hdw.. 2524 Kuhl.
for .beauty lyou. Hilda to see C. W. Nld Prk 231. t'F.PAINTERS-DECORATORS- Side Repair. 41O W. G Ave.. Ventura. Home Insulation Co.. 953 each. 30 750 steel brick and. .o. paUet capacity Se. Cbuc.ECCmTo._ 'GASOLINE ENGINES Clinton lit
Also lime rock Orange Ave.. Winter Park tot
5. Flower ana Wreaths :Vivian Lawrence. Margaret CLAY' ROADS BUILT cial and Brush spray WASHING MACHINE 5VICt-, ph. -sn to handle brick Juic H-P air-cocled all purpose eneinee.
= witH surface treatmentWork reellt Orlando 689O.
I MeCrory Bid.. upstairs. paring painting; all p.rlt Stanley tidal Manas service e.n or machine. Pallets price FOB Tb Fair Florida PIPe Supply Co.. 630 W
FUNERAL SPRAYS-Indirldnal attention. I Oa.raat. Bobby .BUp P. Curtis Co.. 2 K Go..Ave. liver. Barton's Radio c"l cars here both press 11..allta Store 10 W. Church. Church St.. phone 011$.
i GFNE551AUTY8li0P.-.Spccials. ton. li. Colony Theater). Winter Park. ALUMINUM 01
Klttinan Florist. 64 E. Central new permanents, ala PAINTING. Decorating; brush and t 1.0. Phone 9670 ELECTRIC RTGETRl$ GARBAGE CANS-Galvanised In several -
pboae 4O4Xlo. complete (10; S12.M ma I CABINET AND MILLWORK to a-I ..praerl and rdllt DRY CLEANING-We employ only 8. 01 w.t P.O. .Box 337. Caycc. Indiana Wmt Park I sixes and weight Knox Store
crrfo order Central Frid. e skfned. experienced help: and I Made of heavy extruded sections SC. Co.. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163.
$a 95: 204 8. Main. 66M. Mills and J'lle "011' ah. S' ba' ELECTRIC RANGE Needs some ro- :__
Baby Sitters-Child Care I CHARM SALON I & lug .nd' DYld C modern machinery. T. MwDf and complete with CAB.PENTEETOOL BOXES-MetaL pain but a bargain at 825 OO. Also !i GAS RANGE city gaa American
"EW wavra. *lb. SIS CNTc BUILDING of man .. 6773. Clr.204 Rd.e.o el' com c.dmiu I saw length. 15.95. Bumby Hardware. breakfast set. nice sise table UrI : Be.atF.ood; condition; S50; Woods

I machine pr.nnt $ .::SP..1 I hm.! of any repairs kind.to home T. P PLASTIC TB.uWu plastic and i 14 2-10. All standard aixee f I 102 W.-Church.- _. i benches. '1 E. Concord. l Ave and 27th St.
BABY SITTER rhon. 320. : H.leJ Hdm. E. : S metal ktha and b.t 1 31. Good Things to Rj .le n. CHEST OF WVllf..ie.I ELECTRIC RANGE-WeUn.l. I'I i GAS HEATERS Dearborn .
S1O and FU.r. Am.I. phon.3 room colors ; and 5 .
waves .all 1"ta. lr' stock now fo immediate delivery. No dr.er.OrlDdo P.r.Ua I New .akb elemet I beaters. Orlando Sales Service.
WOMAN AVAILABLE for aittiac teed. 506 W. Amelia Ave. Phone 9964 CONC WORK: driveways; _. Ti House. Co.. 141 and 615 W. Church. tocUtlon 2653 Jefferson 608 N. Orange: dial 2-OSS8.
with childrea. invalids, elderlypeoolei BKAOTY WCW .It ., steppingtones: Orance. Ph BRICK ICE C1EASI-W. make oar null No paintlci! NO upkeep i I 1 I .
MIB BHOP 1 t : States Floor 'I Truly CCE WIE and 6-foot SL GARBAGE CANS--Lard cans wash
..ninsu. 410 Magnolia Ave_ SuUef Samples 8pl.1 orders np ,'
ma. I IIe. Co141 ELECTRIC
J.Uoa. M.aoa Bpll Co.. 8714 or PAEGIO Fmltur I RFGETR. tubslawn chairs: lawn mowers:
111171.lL In ... 1a Ih. 2-2 e.t Expert workman 19 Orane a let. window and the cost I and 615 W. Church.CYPRESS ;, Reach-In .0 C{ vegetable bins: medicine cabinets.
CONCRETE SERVICE that last for ship. Ph. 2-0889.
FROZEN old fashioned 7231.
dition. I Economy Furniture 332 W. Church.
4. CTART. LUMBER Air suitable Pho. Appk.
ever. Walks plenty of than steel window. WadeScott.Inc. i drl.
Special Notices nOr O a I '
MAya QUINSY specialty for door and framing ENGINE-Erd Maine. e.1 GLASS GRINDING-iiACHINE-"
steps; .. .
P Castle; Spring specials on por- ham fr eUm.t. D.I PAINT BTTol suggestions. frS eggs at Lan7' 149 I. O. and cabinet work. M. P. Mickler lent condition. > ae. Cypress fence post; cello glass
AFTER THIS DAT!. I tm not responsible waves. S5 np; specializing U Co..et. MW 22 recom ,A. .. 100 W. Amelia. Phon* 2.220. Co. KI.lmm. Florida. Complete Wit.tanr and macneto.Can ; Army shoes: 2-wy No. 14 wire, 1C
for any debt contractedby f.c.1 bleaching tinting. Ph. 6425.RAY'S DOORS Sash; cabinets; areu; I mended. Batch. 600L At Gliddea'a. CAMERA and B G. Oldaker ', ft.: radio. Pridgen. 1280 20th 61.I .
outer than myself. Ira C.Carter. store book CLIeDWICHES-At c. E.t.D 3.
anyone na ana : miniature Sanford. Ph. 633-W.
BEAUTY PARA types type of and Orlando J ATQtBra. tall mange finder, .roj I I GARDEN HOSE I. 2S-n-and SO ft.
permanent .. Peat and Woodcraft. .0. Washing PIANO TUNING rebuilding factory LaD..11 OlieORNGE. I :r all In perfect condition. Cost 121. ELECTRIC PLANT-For rural .ltr| length Great Southern Store 692
ADVICE payehic readinra daily. MSt cold wave a ,. 4222 15 technician. 1610 S. Orange Blossom cut glass. We do : Win sell for 16$. Phone Mt. Dora city see the Onan electric ". Orange Ave.
W. Church ph. 708*. Sunday.pm M_B. Pine. One place only. ton. Tr.; 5783; L Braneheau.PIANO grapefruit and tal.rlDn Wesche's Trading Pot 210 3834. Some models In stock. Cohoon Machinery -
S Guest Speaker. Aacetailt ELECTRIC CLEANER SERVICE; only technicisatuning. not hurt by ; Church. Co.. 138 W. South St. I GAS RANGES New None. 1947
Hotel. Rm. 110*. ReT. Cherry. FRaVePRINO SPECIALS Guaranteed outlet for genuine Hoover TGWur 1100 b.ea 4921.ORANGESORAPEPRUTFTre.. dos- CONCRETE BL MACHINERY model. For either natural or bottled
oil Pepenban. lb. Mixer. ELECTRIC andother
11. Cm. pen.Dt For modern service reID.DIeBker. AMY GDot vibrator and I Lst gaL Immediate delivery. Convenient
AMANDA BRADFORD-Psyehlo read- S10. SIS 1. tPkep sta- 441 N. Bushel St.; 2-4118.. ripe; bl deck beds emfor. bl.lIlel. motor* complete In one ,"L Price p..ll.r 1'1 BmbBard. terms. Wfflard & Keiaer, Theater
inc; circle 2:30 Wed. Ml West Columbia per.neft $..: and Ray's only .B"e.. hour dependable I sweet, delicious; si-25 per bu 6Oe t.r.aln. ... Sa- 1.5. Makes up to blo. .. _Church.ELECTRIC' I Block. Coloniattown: t..I .
Ave. ph. 2-2331. 912SPne Baml 110 or 2-17. RIO RA. ,. '
Phone toa. Pick and and 81 ship bushels. $ Cbunb. available in.
Ban up P.le I I WATER i
ALICE CARL1N Room 5O4. Florid parking. irRAEdrft .ntee. Fuller 01 Bro.e. 64 E. Church.Ph. 'I plus ptoR. Stevens. : AQUELLA-The best paint for mas and .1,. For complete de i....: vacuum !T J GALVANIZED cans GARBAGE CANS -
Bank Building. $perilous hair 8942 301 W. Pa 2-3. one Makes it watertight. CheapestIn tails .rt to Barabay Cement an new; get them while they I bucket rIDo. bucket H.nPe=
smool and InstructionACCOUNTDia. paired. R. A Austin. 542 Block .. Osprey Pe
Lumber N.Orange
W long Smith Co.
permanently removed. Phone 4406. Ii PNonL REPAIRS-All work s START SHIPPING again. rn P. Al Wini 2014 JC. LaIty; Hardware. 220 S. Orans Phon
Phone2-0421. ,1ar.a .
BOARD YOUR HIDING horses at the RIO 24 hour service: pick up Temple Kings. Pineapples. Notfroien and RIld.BEERBXD.u.ht _ LTNOHEATWo like phone 624. 9-1841.
Aisles Lodge Stable. Caaselberry.Fla. e. B.b REPAIR SHOP Re- tecl Wilkes Radi 1204 Call at Leon The Fruit Man. : and new: 2-321 1C39Rillrrest
rKNI tbl. .
School the E C HETS GARBAGE CANS-20 gallon capacity;
COrd Ave.
50 W. Central Ave. East
EnJo riding clearly marked ence 8hol J.1 other fellow nupho.l.ul.. I lob. onial D. phone I5S.RHGeapbolewriq.. 1 6 IS* overlook U U 98; Great Southern Stores. 693
scenic trails. Phone Winter Park. TEMPLE GRANGES-Mot Church St CEDAR CHEOT-Lsree. condllIon. -I opportunity for good bargaIn
O. ; Phone 9282. Paul 2611 the G o 0 N. Oranre.
114-W.. I REAL R.e.ESTATE Ba LAW 2. and practice E.try Something le.21168.FURN1TURNREMADEAntique... I lob. I cold. C. D. Wilder Tke BOATS-Brsnd new Johnson and 2 For further please lando Appliance Co.. Inc.. 210 J.
BARBER BKRV1CZ-$ chain ready to for broker and sales W..hlllnn try us. Paula Furniture P.r.can 6913. boau: reasonable; dial 116 ask for telephone 9915. Orange. Phone 4537.
serve you with fast efficient ice,- ..r. aU._ of re S..eth.. .Ph. 216 2611 E. WK VI RESUMED shipping Gift County J1-R-l. CAVDfabe 62.05; chest ofI FLASH LIGHT BULBS and batteries, GASOLINE MOTOR5-WIseonaIII. 9
,c.. All Onion shop. W* clote at 6:30. .r a .ea .to"d. Choice of tapestries and r BJ Grade A. Valen- $; i| also Hotshot; lanterns: No. 6 cell*. h.. .
Com to office BP fo Ruts Mattress Co1122 S. 'I Ba.k.t Q.Ut ', draw.r 111 dl1erob' 4 h p. 6 h p. In stock. Highway
East Side Barber 6O E. Church. .1 a. .
scholarship. Bal Church. Phone 2-2213. expertly done te frol our own groves. :I BANJO Tenor. 1911 Ch.mberl.1 '29.5 $ 1-le. I Wyckoffs Hdw. 2524 Kuhl. Equipment Supply Co.. 1016
BOAT TRIPS from Ml. Dora to Sliver RI RAG Juice oranges for horn use. 61 busheL set Whttmlr
Law. 139 L Pin ph. Car radio br.U.a 19.S. Par I FRUIT JUICERS-Several sizes and W. Church St.
Sprtncs throufa the beaaUfal "Oklawaha FURNITURE JAE and refln- or. "J.ta "service. Radio I, Or.pefrlt 75c. Bring your OW con BOAT life I.uL!: J w. style H. H. Parrish Hardware.
Rrrer. Wise Boat Works. 16. Travel Information I I lobed like m.d. t I' .I.lt W. Pine. Ph. 2-O644. t.lne. Fruit Co, 1401 W. w.a smoNsk..1 $lr. CHAIRS AU kld. of office chain g3O 8. O'D.'. Phone 2-1841.
phone 3223. Mt. Dora. Fla.CHARIS order. Tindall Prt. Co. 2323 I. M.r :dIal 7267. .ne. Ior .
Orange: Call RADIO SERVICE Want prompt Bumby Hardware 103 W. Church. at the 10rld. Ba.le.Equp. Co. I FABRICS brocatellee. O. I. SALES-Work benches. 85 and
COR8BTTERB Brassiere*. AIK. RVATON..4 tlebt aD &1. thoroneh radio Mrvlce st raw cost? LOOK-FlorIda. finest tree ripened BUILDING BLOCKSOlasi8"xS' i 390 N. ; sod 1mb. 810. Steel closets. 610 and 615. -
and corselettes write Kra.L. I FURNITURE REUUB.T. and upholstered. frul's. direct from grove. Orsnge I i COT8-"Gold Medal- folding. Bum- =
Irdlea .3 Try us. Pick up and delivery. Publlx 60O at tation Shoe. 82.50 Desk and office chain
O. Hilton. 1239 Mt. Vernon ATS. E. Pine. Phone S3C1. We make It look like new at Washington. grapefruit. ISo bn. Tangerines le Dr. .twr. cot .r. I by Company 103 West .t
a very low cost and have plenty of Radio Service. 816 E. N. CI.rolt P.. B.rd..r. nets In good .leoa a a Brwa I 83 up. New. 9x12 ran 820 each. Nail*.
CALIFORNIA motoringaround mon 1110 ha. KamQu.t Pe.n.3g 2911 N roll roofing and asbto.
1 WISH to Inform all my customers P.r nice Phone 1"2. BOXES White enameL C.eb f O.I" A. shingles
and friends that I bar to vacate "11'1 1. 3: share; 1015 m.wral. Frltur e.n C REPAIRS-Expert service on l. Fn 111. wholewheat goods salt BRED up. Knox- Store Co l.t j! CEMENT BLOCK CUTTING ma- abused I Smith's left side of Winter Garden
my Barber Shop at 31 E. Church St.on not a trP. CaU 2-23. RIO makes and models. Immediate Includl. ..ht. Fresh Pine. Phone 1.l chin Prevent waste by cutting PRIREVD.d.'Ddlffe.L Ue bought i Road. west of Rsymonfl's.
March 1st. Thanks for everything CHICAGO. ILU Younc Help FLOOR SANDING AND lIG 143 lJ. 2-318. blocks. Hardware. 102 W.
man. attention. Associated Stores. drawn fryers 65c- Best BICYCLE BASKETS Metal and Bal from M.U Olno. the horn HOUSEHOLD GOODS piece dining
to everyone. Joe. drive share expense Special Pomp .nle Moe.. Established N. Orsnge Ave. 'I smoked park picnic shoulders ..I wood. H. H. Parrish Hardware. 220 Church. I of freDdl l E. Church. room suite: breakfast suit; anal
INCOMe TAX returns prepared. Reasonable chauffeur .license. Next week. 1627 pO.e workman; llcen.rdI j small ap Stop and save at The !ntle Str S Orange. Phone I' CABIN CRUISER 26-ft. Cabin FOOD upright S davenport; overstuffed chair; double
'.. Strictly confidentiaL E. Concord.HVo. 1.3. : Stevens Floor Surfacing RIO lAAt rat work Orange Blossom 20 : 2-184. Crulrer. In A-I condition newly cubic PRERPhn.. Store Iron bed complete: 3 dressers: Innerspring -
Malcolm B. Aoutt. 23 W. Chore St. CAp. tours. lDr.4. 6582. "U'Dee Boyd at .2524 : I I BATI for fb.bl. laDWr\ painted original cost about 84.500.Owner 692 N. fet .Or.. Sar ,, mattress and springs 1520 W.
.rant" H. f
Phone 6675. Open evening. Pboa S. .. phon i Articles for r.eo. et H H.rG will accept 81.40O for euicksale. I Washington.
&erl 3 P 2-2821 .. .
St. Phone 5301. FURNITURE Vpholtn. n. I Kal 1St RntI, Or.n. Phone 2-184. { or phone A. C McNnr- FENCE lTpre hert 6
INCOME TAX-Biecal B.-.on an cleaned REPAIRS 24-hr. service; en I 14 2head len. Wrt... Plo phone 2181. ft. to .; HEATERS-Wood gssonne. and electric -
dedueUoaal can 2-2373. M.ll- HAVANA and Nassau by boat I Featuring a .l.wrd 1lellla. RIO 2014 I BULLDOZER rent; hour OJ lob; I I 1 BOXING GLVE2 .Ir OL.all prices. 1619 cll.Ave. I ; win sell reasonable phon
MeManday.Bookkeeping Tax plan. Call Orlando Travel & Ph. .nl. dl E. Kaley.uar.nt.. A Wli. large line; palmetto rake. 7135or tape rolls CAOE Old Town just arrived: I 7468.
cllnn. 229.FR .bDe 'i, new. 820; 2-3357 or 230O E. Rooj ended. ended and FRUIT adbael H
11* Central dial 95O4. pb BAKSBu
44 V, W. Church. ;
Service 1..r l.bl.
1. bony HEATER Wood youths bed all In
SANDING finishing clean RAm12 to 18 2-09. j Inson Ave.BOATS 11. 13. 16. 17 'DdIIf. btwm type: ; :
LUCILLE ISBELL la opening Lake ONE DAY TOURS-Silver Bprincs. waxing. "Orlando Floor Surfacing RIO. & Pickup I FLOOR BoDE edger and polisher. i ..Festhercraft all aluminumwith SponllI'; Castle I. ., Con- fe. Pd 300 W. Robinson good condition. 410 E. Jackson St.
Jatsamlne ..A modern trailer M.re"lI4 Bok Tower and Cypress Co.** gives guaranteed satis. .. delivery. Cooper's Store. Jb Brd..r. 2208 Er..t speed hulL Steers from dash. Pn.. Pine Castle. I. ph. HOUSE PAINT. SheTwin-WIIIlam
camp; complete grocery and market Travel Bureau. Experienced licens Church. Phone 4652.REFRIGERATIONFor I
feUOI .orlen 20 W. D. 2-91. Seating cspacity. .. Beautiful lines. outside white; roof coating black.
E. Pine. Phone 1130Ln.
barbecue. Located on 8. Oraate Blossom J bonded; prompt efficient FLOOR POLISHER (new) and cabl' S275. R. S. W. aluminum. Wyckoffs Hdw.. 2524
Trail. We will remain open all and Under new management. J. I Grtffen. guaranteed service on. all I I net sander by day or hour. Il:, Phone 4321.BOATS E"an 6 Centrl FENCES FOR EVERY PURPOSE Kuhl.
Hauling Moving I
day Sunday. Lucille will be remembered 1809 N. Orange; 7836. commercial and makes.call I 2-2821. Wyckoffs Hd.. 2524 .
K.b. I HOT WATER HEATERS-20 gallons
MeL TuUNe.. friends as doe I BRUSH 1 ft.l like
well ..aa old frienda will be more than AERO MAYPLOWER CO- FLOOR SANDING; finishing special Willard A Kell'. Dear"0 I I and edger; new ne. CRM.rdell'- !CORNER CABINETS Solid I Yard fencing; Industrial fencing also glass china closet and sIdeboard -
'sr FR Pi.telpboD"
Long a Pentra-Seal treatment 2O N. Mills: $ 2-2821. i ,. : combined. 135 E. Amelia.I
welcome. I 1 gao Individually eontraded.
cllet.a mO. ca I eUlpmeDt r.Dabl ph row. and V-Bot- : I
Van modern equipment SERVICE house pl.F.O I For Free estimates can
e.perDc i 252. opposed Phone .l.nrd HOTEL RESTAURANT and Bar
XOTTCE TO REALTORS. tbo property Stra. .nl. fr. licensed; prompt RIGETON Inrebuilding. tom skiffs l 11Dled :22L
at 111 Lakeaida Drtv la aow HUm.tes.t Jal moY.. .rDW. .n Specialise ; Edger and motors I equipment In stock ready for 1mdcUnn.
off the market. cr.u. ap1D.. 14OO C. 181. repaIring e coolere.Persuson i FR SoDErk.. equipmentat .Ir-o O.n Ird Matt O. Reeve 1 Co.. 423 S. Orc. mediate Wood and chrom
8. ". 79M.IfJ.rgT GARDENING SVtr trees- Rfr"eat J. Terry pOlba Smyth LumberCo. ran.11 boat ready for 115. B..Ut..1 ehstrs bar stools many colors Pore
ROOM board and car. to Invalids In Ins weather phone II Phon 2.tI mica tables all sixes leather sadwood
) VAN LE. INC. Nation's b W12.RFGI N. Orange and livery. Castle Boat Construction '
nice private home of craduatenine that It Is shrubs P. ,
largest goods. .ea shinties.-aluminum. American ... 2-2465. booths complete: team tables
: Box 216 '. Fidelity storage .Warehouse properly loss. Our also FR BDE- all sixes; deep fat fryers, ess and
BOOM. BOARD And nurslni care Ca for Iran on your.long rates are YC reasonable. Call 24409.W. asbestos siding. For corl.t : t. Reasonable Bumby raw j' BEDROOM Su. 882.50. with f Wo.241 I PU""AI PKN8Jrr pocket 'I electric: stainless steel coffee urns
for '1". convalescents mental distance .nle.aU.t W. Jackson c. 1515 Montana. work guaranteed: f 1.estimate: 3 C. R Buk.. 1805 8. .I poster bed. Furniture C.I r..e..ble plat' gss and electric roll and frankfurt
diurders. Reasonable rate 1920 X.Michlean 4688. College Park. ph. 2-4858. CROSLEY CONSOLE-Radio recorder Cheek with .
i Bt GAS oil burner serv to pay. .8. 1.7. Oeorse warmers stainless steel grills gas
Ave. DEEMS DELIVERY BGBS f.al Call Winter.r Garden Raymond.l. SAN BLASTER for rent by hour BJCEII. 28". only slightly w automatic record changer. I S,, phone 8158. ,I and electric: beverage coolers and
Bnl. .holl. I. .tt l..tn.UoD. R David C. louisa condition. 835. 400 your 0.records. S2O N. 6hlne. '> drink boxes: sUex coffee makers: tray
SPENCER SUPPORT Individually 7673; light moving .umaw. ro repairs eODtc. S EceU.n' I !: FELT and building paper; roll roof-1
designed. Phone 2-3506. Mrs. 8. J.' every load Insured, reasonable kinds. Phone RUGS-furniture upholstery; rugscleaned Co., 'T. I'I West Gre Af. COFFEE TABLE-Stem ware china | log: aluminum roofing; aluminum I I stands wood and metal. curb and
r.te. '
Warren. 1202 E. Waabladoa.aWEDISH = HOME repairs; demothed. hi< erlsed by BROOMS floor wax polIsh.window golf bag and clubs; 2 rugs 9x12; roofing and metal cave service trays: silverware dishes and
HERTZ DRBVE SYSTEM JAarl repnt- Kleenise. Featuring a wartime clean- 33. Articles for SaleALU O-Cedar products.Wyekoffs I linen sss heater silverware radio; drip. f.t "et. I| glassware: stock pots, stainless steel
ANti MKDICAL Maas Rent tck u day or e.11r.i. .ube hie discovery. Ph. Hdw.. SSS4 2705 N Orange Ave. Mil er aluminum; bar and kitchen sinks.
Slenderizing; cabinet bath; treat- week. or body 904 M. ted .rD. : .. mowed. 2-29. ; SHEETS heavy: H In. K.hl ] I I an sixes soda fountain electric cake
.. 9522. cleaned BEDS. Simmons Ivory twin coil CLOSET ROD&-Heavy adjustable I
menu for arthritis and WI. Oran* Phone 1KOuBE8 L Bde. Do..eU. AND UPHOLSTERY ft. Phone 64W.Sunday. tp. 1
RUG 4x12 electric potatopeeler
: mixen. 4O-8O quarts:
Gilbert mistered masseuse, 12M W.y.le HOUSE W with ThisIs own home: approved mtb \ .. Rysn.10S springs and mattresses: Ivory chest to length. 81.65. ED. StoresCo. : FURNITURE BALE-Girl's bike. 815:
Local I and electric ice cabinet
moving; AB. .w. .e..II. C L 1 of small ivory rocker heater .. 25 E. Pine. Phone 1 : cream
2-2818. Ladles only.STRACK'S .. not moth proofing. Dixie Rug C.en. StTltusville. dr..r ; 2.316.CAI. baby scales. 89.5O: cabinet radio tsfr sodvsolts.
packing. Also 1. Tropic i pie case show eases;
BXLP SERVICE UkONDBY aceot '.r. Lone Dl.tsuc.Moving. washing. will .. th* surpriseof phone '82.REGE F.the i 2-b.ru. ker.e. cabinet style. Cane seat Reasonable. 83*; bedroom soIl,. 865; Sm.sew- raid rtcUtcn wood wall.shelving .
PANS Prepare for hall
open for your convenience Monday.W.dnr.day 506 Dler'St. Dial 4965. your life I you let us steam clean BBE: ATC months- by Installing lo 1 2.complete.solid .110: cal, .ch.l'.. at Marie's Restau|il. .abD.131. : gas : built-in bath tuba completewith !
and Friday nIghts untU your boone: free .tl.t. Steam lled rant. 1647 8. Or.f.e Blossom Trail b.n.ln 8135; 3-burner gas f"tI... Harry Pepoer. Inc 841Valuta
LONG Dou In home. We will also 732 Lucerne
DISTANCE MOVING All attic fan your 830. Cash and carry. I
House Washing Co. stove. $ oil
P.M. 316 W. Washington; dial 6934.TO 2-362. at original Brttr perfect board S top range. 885 Ave. Daytona Beach. Phono
plta. Packlne. eratinc. local mov fDb. Church. handle the complete initsilstionBlueflash | Terrace. C.1 between 9 and 10 '.I C SIIGT.. 1 Florence 141. ; gas range. ,
ALL R&AtTOR&-.My property Moving tt Storag Bre..i "nr l'rl.- beverage 15.4 en. .tt.e
C also Inside _ cler. BARBECUE SETS Portable Ice tory. Smith Lumber Co.. N. i 824.50. kitchen cabinet. gas
Northwest corner of 32nd. St. and 115 W. Columbia. Phone 8154. .clo.s .ork 892. ft. cspacity. Co.. Smyth Lnm- Or" 1 radiant 822 SO 137. i HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Used
Orange Blossom Trail la not for sate waxingfloors SEPTIC INSTALLED and Inc.. 210 N. Orange. Phone 4537. I cb.n t.nO Jn. and Railroad.CYPRESS bewr. b.ter
warehouse chairs tools.
PART WANTED to or from ,. TANK ___ .. Railroad. 81 np: cook stove. elesrsnce.
at any price. Not listed for sale after LA New York or en our .alt I.J' Cleaned. .prOe 20 yean Ornle POSTS' 4 5 Inch butt piece ul. dining a I lee-box, single bed complete heaters
Peb. 13th. Mrs. R. T. Branon. Fulford Van A Storag Co.. rout. HAT C and repaired. In business: -' ABETS of ONE BA. BUTCHERS MEAT BLOCKS. 2 standard :; 25c; 5o S inch .t'35e. bark off. i, 885: living room r. .le. < pictures lamps Drapery and slip

flAn PRODUCTS 914 MetealfBide. Main; ph. 5286.VITiiWWITH. 13 Othe .nw. Work.u.rDt SiwNO MCI REA Ex Mills bard. .. shape "& used: refinished C. L. Ryan.: excellent 109 Some Jot peeled IO A..De.rI. dress 3ple. 50; baby Rit. rover fabrics: odds and ends. Wicker
6452 from t:30: a-m to 430p R -N. Melb 7364 S SID.e &e.I. Ma.Co. : prce.THuSTllle. Pie.EOOTS.Oentlemao's I I Phone new b Wit n. ', Kraft Co- 1304 Spur St. On block

.m__Sat.. by appointment.W. short hauling; cpnlpped TRUCK to desires haul Day T34. Tropic St. I j CASH REITE Florida Cash m.ttre..Un. l.n.la'l.5 835: IAlenprl| east of_N._Orange- near Virginia Dr.

P. KELLY. Registered Surveyor. furniture lumber cement block or INCOME TAX Return computedfor. SEP TANKS CJ every delivery. I with tree Ipor. Ens-Like I 1 Reletr. Obn.AI.lll ..sirIce. ,-, .. 13. B..1 Thurmond Furnt->I HOUSFROLD GOODS Everything
S Church and Main Arcade. Phone what hue you. .individual t.n.businesses. tl pumped .ld b.ala P. J. APPNCIme.t 1$rldl.. 2-0898. .uwle. 2Z M.II 885O. tare .. W. Pine. Phone 1 for the home. including brand new
.. WE MOVE Ph 1-21. etc. George A. Ma 31 N. Or- Bar. Permanent bllde Electric water he.te. cleaners fP. c.1 CLOSETS-Plumbing fixtures: complete ;0 electric sewing machine pressure
and store n furniture 'D,,phone -. Root 19. Box 231; : Thor .aaa BICYCLE. BEGINNERS sell or work with Immedist cooker cedar chest etc : 2121 E.
and Howard Storag. Iere. frr, fltUnla .
Co.. rn.W. Church I 4217. COM TAX-In your hl If de- SEWING fans. radios eletri ; ..t I trade on ebld' de. Sin W. Stet- I i livery cash t"l.: Libby !, Central.I .
Ph .I. J. D. Warlck. 2. Box Vat cl..ner. I I'UC electric IOl. ,I i son. Phone 2-11. Fcm n. 711 W. Church St. : FURNITURE-New and used. Pay
WEEKLY VAN 8EVC In nice On old Apopka highway. Just West Side Repair. 410 < BABY BED-Larce. complete. Sit: !,' i. .b.D save 10 to 25 per cent on I HOIST-2 booms 3 band operated
For competent help clean furniture Tampa.Jacksonville. north of Fairbanks R.d Oore. phone 7795. Gas ranee hUed or city; *.water I I >ot d condition. phone DIG SUITE-300 St. .r .nb.Baas .I.r Co., winches complete with cable.
Miami and other Florida or city: floor 2-1829. M.D W. .. lower and be
INCOME TAX WORK and SUP and draperies h..wr I I I ,625 t Chub .bD. 520.I ___ boom raise and can
points. Call Orlando Transferand bkkep
Storage. 7510. Agent for Gal log service. Book set np bpt right COVE Perfect mae. bottled; oil water". he.tr!I BOAT-24 ft.. ruu-about: Inch mahogany DININaROOM SUrp.le.i i f I FURNITURE Llla studio Bwrvelrd. Holmes. 8195. Holler Chev-
male or female loway Transfer Storag Parker Business Service; pert workmanship. Mrs. Lcrtne. 514 cabinet sinks. 42" and 54CommercIal |: hull; seats 9: 75 H.P. 8 .1.4 brown Hep.J conch p.1 t.flt.r. .14 desk; | rolet. 115 W. CentraL

2-1287. Putnam St. Scrips marl motor; 10. HaroldV. piece solid red clothes clt. eblnt Cochran '
Laundry Work LETTER WRITING and public stenocraphy. SLIP COVERS CUSTOM MAE; .ppU.ncea2 ru.coolers, COlldlc Realtor. 3 Central. both authentic rprod.cln refinIshed 1015 C.rd. St. HEATERS Electric: at closeout
Dial 11 Parker Business Service; drapes c1n Irene electric Tames bake ovens I!i I 1137. and In c..dlta. Early FILING CABINET-4-drawer. condition -;, prices variety; with fan or without.
SAVE-Average family .. cost 60e. 2-128. Avera. 2021 Ed..tr Ph. 7738. electric water eletri. [ BATHTUBS carloads: : S. SVi. ': American antique art.n. with .new: 820 Exterior Fluorescent Slaughter's. 48 W. Central Ave.
New machine Play plenty IVPtWKlTER SERVICE any I 1 ft. built-in tubs. Also I 1 :10;lav1 mahogany trim. Jellku Sand. flood light. 820; Ph. 22. 333 HOME FREEZER n. ft. capacity.
parking space. pa dry.Noun NEW CLASSIFICATIONLook make o Walter J WIlcox. IDC 11 Z. I 1 I stories. Libby and W i 229 BoDe St. W. Washington St. Per Immediate delivery. Wilisird as

4161Three ,8 a. to 1 n. 11.Monday. to Classification 73-1 parts macbl.: GD.ln fat,I 11. "Jnn house seeds Rin.I- Church St. : DESsl.1 pedestaL Clerk or FIREPLACE FURNISHINGS 25% Keiser Vogue Theatre Block. Colon-

Wednesday Friday nicht until for all Parts and lands Office r'CA-: ; : .- BATM TILE in rust proof i Immediate delivery. I| discount 0 all andirons fire sets I ialtown dial 8136.i .
1 p.m. strack's Self Bmc Laundry. your Aut Royal Typewriter. Bt. I I AU colors: low COt!i Florida Business Equip. Co. 390 16.Orange. screens etc. Se solid bru. Knox
316 W. Washington 692. Accessory Phone 5114. "Alex B"k.- Free estimates. Phone 2.J6 5454. I Stores Co.. 2 Pine. 2-J8.i-iContinued On Next Pare


Dav..Woltn. Mass. and John 1 Florida Chamber Obituaries !'from the Altamonte ChapeL The\! Surplus Goods Sales

Officers E Clark Bridgeport Conn.; District I I o-ie--. .. : I MR. ROT T. FORD j Rev. William S. Beard will offi .

6. George M. WaddeU. Green I Issues Agriculture 1.. r:." Mr. Roy T. Ford. 56. a Whiter II i cit. Interment will b In Utlca. ji Slated for Tuesday

Re-elected By field. Ohio. and T. W. Miller Jr.! visitor from Lebanan. N. Y.. died I JACKSONVILLE [API The War

' Ashland. Ohio District Studies I Thursday at his home on Florida will offer
: 7. Hen; Report : For Miss Emily Cline who diedThursday 'Assets Administration
Ave. Funeral services will be held (

Rollins AlumniRollins S. Luterbach. Makemn Delavan Wi., m.; ;, JACKSONVILLE LAP Forda'si E:.. i Monday morning at 10:00: o'clock ;i;i at her home in Alta '!j certified veterans and other priorIty

District G. Lonsdale Jr i from Eiselstein-Wigginton mont Springs, w be held at 2 groups merchandise which
I 8. 30h .i 61,159 flare comprised of 12.I .- Fera I
College Alumni Assn. Home. St. Cloud with Carey Hand
Lonsdale. and Mrs. F. P. I Rv. p. originally cost $550,000 at two
elected of fleers.yesterday and at- \, Lewis. Ak.. La.: District 9. 083,501 acres or.37.7 per cent of fII Revilo Standish officiating. ,i i ChapeL Interment will b at a later Regional

tended the laying of the corner- ] Richard B. Washintgon. Wanblee.S. :; the total area of the State, the body will be forwarded t Clinton I date. sales starting here Tuesday

stone of Corrin Hall. new girls' N. Y. for interment. may Director Joe Osborn an-
I D. and Mrs. R. J. Monger. | Florida State Chamber of Commerce Fed I
dormitory which was given to the Kansas City Kan, and District' II call at the funeral SudayI For Mrs. Kathryn Conner who nounced yesterday.
college last year by Mrs. Henry said yesterday in a Itud between the hours of 3-5 and 7-9 at
I, Gordon Friday Belleview. will be of
10. Angeles die worth
E Jone L ; of the reports just released Approximately $500,000
A. i
Strong. Washintgon. D. C. and I I there Sunday at 2 pjn.
Robert Mrs u Cheney ; Federal Census of Agriculture p.mMr. is survived by Mr. miscellaneous material will be
Hayes. president; Aurora ( Bundyl. Cal. a Ford h Conner was mother of Mrs. .

McKay secretary. and Frederic. Participating Sat Monca | of Jan. 1. 1945. widow M. Marguerite Ford, I I Cyat former wl-kow I placed on sale at WAA's warehouse -

H. Ward treasurer were all reelected that marked I te crmon "Making up the total acreageare I anan; sons. Harold Ford. El- det I 800 East Bay St., startinT

for another year. while cornerstone of Corrin was the following casicton ma. N. Y. andJohn H. Ford : at 9 a.m. At the same time. 500i

T. W. Miller Jr, Ashland. Ohio.' Mrs. Strong the donor Hal told cropland Nav. Philadelphia; In Kate memory E. Rsybun.of our wlf* and mother Mr*. i i typewriters and other office machines -

was elected vice-president. HayesIs about the family name of Corrin.She ,I acres; crop failure. 30.834 acres: l M. H Smith, Syracuse Our .rt. Mother frO...laid. 1 will be offered exclusively

sports editor of The Sentinel-i 'I cropland idle or fallow. 474,467 -: brother. Percy cold cold sod. to veterans at the Naval Air Stan
Star also used her famous Ford. St. Cloud and two grandchildren But He..D.. tain our loss ...de
| acres: cropland used only for pas Her spirit's to God. I tion. Osborn said.
trowel which had been used in 562363 acres; woodland pastured Ronald H. Smith and Die .. F. Rsybua and have
Named to the executive committee I I similar tu. Fa. Former servicemen top
ceremonies Ford.
were Raymond W. i buildings many world 4.527.462 acres; other land ..MEMOKIAM I priority to purchase at the Bay

Greene. Webber Haines \trn. \ throughout "he pastured 4,005,715 acres: woodland I In memO of our loving brother, and son. St. location Tuesday through
which she has In the MR. MARIOV .
cementing :1IHA' O. who died on
Earle Shannon Bin. Wendell C. of the&vn Into place. not pature. 1.274.393. acres; Mr. Marion D. McMahan '8. C&Aln yesrs RFlaa. Thursday after which tther prior-

Stone and Donald A. Cheney. | all other acres. died at his Winter We have lost a loving brother. ity groups may buy the material.
E. T. treas investment farms (land Tiffin. Ohio Who meant .mD t* .
Brown "The
More than 200 graduates and D. Roll i residence. 16 E. Jackson St. Friday Someday we to .e h
I urer acted as ceremonies and buildings at $498.399.612 .- We know of .
former students attended the annual and introduced Col. as of Jan. 1. 1945. a 53.percent evening. Mr. McMahan had The meeting- skies. : Soil Conservation Head

luncheon. George E. Fuller i Strong .son of Mrs. Strog L Cor:) increase from 1940." the review been In 01 health for the past Jobs P. Rb and ... To Attend Convention _

Mobile. acted as toastmaster. .1:also a trustee of the college. Dean i concluded. nine years. George Martin Named

Brief speeches were given by I I Cleveland, who accepted the He was a member of the P. & A MICANOPY fAPl Z. C. Herlong.

Robert Stephens. New York City: ,I for the college in the M. at Tiffin the Consistory and Mayor of Tallahassee chairman of the Alachua County

Dean Wendell C. Stone. Dean A. bud Pres. Hamilton ab. Forestry Service I She of Toledo, the 3uo O- TALLAHASSEE LAP X. Soil Conservation District Board

D. Enyart IVan Marian Cleve I George K. SPhh t uxd Establishes Records I I I ( American M h0 Martin druggist wax George elected land. Edward Copeland president (l Mc Chicago to attend the
I Harry C. the Presbyterian CburctL. list annual
1 Me. ol Tallahassee gt the
of the student council and! Sheldon copper box.contct.A copies ISoetwrf (0 The Surrfay Sflrtfine--Star. ; Mahan S b 1 wile, nual mayor reorganization of ta the- meeting of the annual or-
wit 6ve
Marks, president of the senior ;jot The Orlando Mrs. one met ganization.
city commission
class, all of Rollins. and Olcott !of Feb. 2.pictures of Mrs. Strong. Forest Service during 1946 attained daughter. McM. of < Fred N. nght, i| Herlong. who was elected hon-
forest fire records hard to M. Lw. waI
Deming. Washintgon. D. C. I a lock her hair college literature I for Florida according to bat I __ _( .1 Dayton Oho. and four grand I: named and Robert orary president for life of the

Election of Don Vincent I and other interesting object. i fire control R L children. C. Parker oil dealer was ftUe Florida Association of Soil Conser-

Hayes. Cheney, Greene, Mrs. 1 was sealed 1 the Dulla. The body will be forwarded b a commissioner succ e : ration District Supervisors last

Stone, Haines and Mrs. Shan- chief.With 5.8S5.029 acres of forest .an--- the Carey Had Funeral Home Mayor-Commissioner Fred Win- Fall plans to attend the two-
non to the alumni council from Auto Crash Kills One ld WIt ude ; fire protection with I Tiffin, where services and interment -I terle who did not seek r-1on, session which opens Tuesday.
the Florid district also was
LAUREL ( Charles Florida Forest Service-largest win held. Mrs.
I b McM
announced. W. Huhe 2.H AI. Ala. wa;I aot in its history-the -- ----- ____ 1J will accompany the remi no l John Barber Gets Post Field Negotiations Closed
Others elected to the council ,
I companion. ha established'the followIng r KNOXVILLE Term. API] JohnC. PERRY [UP Taylor County of
were: District 2. George E. FullerJr Franklin 32. of Opp. critically best record since the year I FUNERAL SERVICES: Barber of Orlando was elected ficials yesterday -
ao KEEPJXG completed
Mobile. and Mrs. A. Clinton injured car in 1937: smallest number of fires AEOI For Mrs Ann K recording secretary of the South for
McItye. purchase
Cook. Arlington. Va.; District 3. they whc smallest family I just what Tom Cathcart dd Michigan City, Ind yesterday of an facilities
were riding crashed ito amount of dollar damage widow of S. Maxwell o ern Area Council of. the UMCA at Perry Army Air Field

Mrs. C W. Huber. Jenklngton. roadside guard rail neat the smallest number of ace burned, when h married film ate Lee Wilde lleftl. Catc'lbroter. I Phadelph. who died Monday yesterday at the concluding session except the warehouse and bar-

. Pa- and John E. Giantonio. Mal- j State Highway Patrol reported and lowest percentage protected married the twin Lyn also a actress i .. AItot Springs.will of the Councils annual I racks areas at a 100 per cent discount

L.nm. Pa.; District 5. Wendell A. yesterday. acreage bUt Le ad L ae natives of East St. Louis, m b held pm.. Tuesday Ron e&ht


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(Coot from Freeefllnr Pace) r U Articles for Site IX. Artlcla for Bale J4. Articles Wanted I n. Poultry and Supplies I II 15 I .. Wanted to Bent I II it Bouea for Sale I I 51. Rouses for Sal. I m !tnttnrl.'tarI

Dn 1 seeks, jU6Beh: liii 1 TI PI W HI 1 IK-Portable Remington.j I j POULTRY-Broad brsssted trans W. J I R ; 2 er 3 bedroom partly rnr- !I COLC-NIALTOWlt Yew I 4NTR.AL-t.ars, 2 story. 14 Toom.
.; c duh'h 1 Sooth Street: telephone 8OO8.FLA8TTCR. Good working CU 1 2 B.Main. COTTON RAGS-Clean. .ta I W. strain. U. S. Fla. PuUermaa corI I I nlshed or unfurnished: ph. CoL I right Into this wall coDelItIo..1 i 2 beth.. 2 thebes,. spanIsh tIle ORLANDO. FLORIDAFEB.

tank atand. capper tubing I.per- P1.5b08-Apartm.nt upright: CaU It.Hn pre paid. See the Porl, tl Parcel pest paid. Live d.UyU I Edwin Carty. winter Park 423-W. I room frame home In good root excellent condition walking I 23. 1947 PAGE lltAl(

feet condition; 2213 Dalaney Fxv.miUOATIOH I mahogany finish a term TyPlWRrrIR i 8eaUael8tar.DIAMONDS .1. C. R- Doa It 1 i I Screened front porch glassed sleepd,Ii ;'\_. Good Income with owners'
B ae
11. Reblnsoa Mtulo CS31 Orania: i cad Ol TAU e !i B.. I Tampa r. j I HOUSE mascot-2 resident bedroom. P.April O. 1st.Box Per-105. !|i IBS porch electric kitchen. '.. living qa.rten: 822.0OO. about half 51. Houses for Sale
c w. will trade lor
8303. J: Abcs Johnson Realtor. 140 Orange caak. or grove with
PUMP Dmmated 4'1 I .a J..e 0 TURKEYS-Tender, too young for I II i Clermoot. P1*. I 1I i ; 8611. -SpecJalislag la tl; .." !j i good ._. Call 2-1993. Johastoa ,
PIANOS Knabe FORREST ST.0-rootB house beth
; grand !
burning Bnlek **. f Christmas market weigh 8 to 15 J
Mors S lack w PwbnD and rl TABLES AND CHAIRS t an formica .0 Ih W. 1 I Urge C. D. Wilder Jr. I I FORMER-Royal Caaadian AJrforee i COLLEGE PARK This 3-bedroom| Henry.- Broker. 6 W. Church.CASSELBERRY2.b.droose screened porch; fireplace. rul : 1
rdti"u -
rubber .. 8500."0 a* p.r"a" wr Rbl, tops suitable for roM I I .&J..lr. 3 C.rdI Ml l F.ra az 6913. j jI Squedron Leader desire permanent -,> bungalow was built ta 1941 I* attractive ;i I buase- < block off bus line. Owner E. P Boh-
.a va. i shea. San Juan Pharmacy. I used stoves lee Trk [ residence in Orlando. ModeratePh. <
Mnxtc Co. a H I I FURNITURE : lew. Look for | mana. 2201 Cenway Road.
clean and located a our alga highway
:312..elulu.JATX : f TURKEYS Now taklnc for | 8751. i| ; I ea i
I machine Call -
PAtNT--white I' grade. 18. B1. I I .rP I: street of beautiful home Price of Inspect agO make offer. Courtney' GROVE Close to dtp; 6-arre ..14trMa
8Y8T Bad supplies 1 Weh 18 4 ;: .D.- i TILE'-Your .t and kitchen te i! .1 paytop" e..u.. esss and poults.dial C. D. Jr.Turkey I PERMANENT-Middle axed aortbera; 10.BOO includes kitchen equipment.K Realty. 392 N. Orange: dial 22471.CITY' grapefruit and erance nadsmst

f r I Florid i & 821),) rust proof .r.W. Free esUJ Furniture. Co 72 II F.r 191. ', coupledesires 1st living '| Allen .1..naon.. Re.l..r. 140' N. Or- 5-room house very good c n--
Mian* Supply. 1 Church, N. Pe. Creek Aye. ( mate Phone 2-U. i7WOFW ;j Dial 4070.FP.NITVRZ Turkeys-.6Oe Ib. 18-30 I 0 5Oc; quarters. Have dishes cooking utea-,i 10.': .4112. 8pec.ai.ztng In Hom.." furnished l LIMITS New, -.. well trncttoa. not modem. Can b* remodeled
S118 .o-pactori sad BMtrakrw eir- WAKTZD Sew exact- 1 eggs lOe each. 3 chicks ;; site and bedding.. Box 215 3-Star. 'I .. eottsge Including ta suit. Special price for t_
nUH MAU. fo a. Cuj right. Orlando f tl.. Several sixes.CombinaUon I tity. When sax get ready to act 2-. 7&W Poultry F.n o Fa. : trie Wheeler ra w O"r aaya _U at *UO. m Mdta-M Mle. 0._. *aw Jahaeoa
10. IB hf: UNFURNISHED 2 or 3 bedroom I with M. J. Moel3tb. Brok. Co.. 208 S. Main.
I P and 61S W. i .rt 2-0931. Cochran's Furniture 5927. COLLEGE PARK-1210 W, :.-
p. CL .D Pra e.l er. 132 S. Main phone 6977 ,
CeU 4MT. barbecue grills. < 1015 Church. apartment or house. Permanentrvo.dents. ,i or =
Petl. t 8t. ST. Moderately priced
BRING YOUR POULTRY Call Ferguson Refruera-I I
ICE 2HMl feet fuel. Mill i a.C..n. 11940 construction. S rooms and bath. home clean as a ata. 1 bedrooms
CL FE. OFFICE MACHINES-We an badly us. Farmer's Egg tion. $752.DISTRICT. I I II j
.kt.rd.1' .D w- 2 screened porches attached *a- and screened In sleeping porch Lan
line ouUlde and I la need of typewriter eddies ma ket tne. 629 N. 2-2070'1'
81.000 worth urn: la': *. I PADlh all Old machine I chinecash Oal.n4. 41' MANAGER American'I ra..: tile bath floor and sink top: CLOSE] ZN- screened in living parch: this I* a
rft M. Brs. & .l Godfrey neceeearypaintiac Bard- 125. Smith-Wilson *. !! ritn.. H.h.1 r SEND today free tn- : Tobacco Co. deaire 2 or 3 bedc .UaI heat: automatic electric hot r.al home: completely furnlshrd.til .
.nor. a 'ot1J Lhhe" 1.11. PTA fo room house or apt. Prefer anfurniah- 0IW'ft for !n.D4 cUoa. .
/tOM atee war 34 E. Phono 401 W. Central: $ i 22 8 '* xeie water laundry trart. oak floors aewly 800 anfanMud ..! .'-1"
B.t. 2-31. I U. S. j ed. Permanent resident. Ph. 4141. 1518 8. Mills St. Sunday ..
International Harvester.WO !I OL PTAOi n.I blood-tested chicks. Blue Ribbon< palmed S10OOO. Terms. Drive by "* FrseJc CretM. Realtor. 507
.4 I B TRACTOR- i iI P. L. Conk. I Broker InIvited. 3 and 6 p.m.. this beautifully comM I .,. ... phea 2.1710
Parrtsh Hardware X20 9: on steel rear wheela A-l i .rl. 01 .ta Haer. Dpt 1. 215 Fonyth SU and make m* an offer. \ '
pletely furnished
a I h home. Good -
Box SMALL-Warm room and 'I I terms
I simple !
2-1841. .t mutt
Ph FAINT Outside linseed csndltlowi .Ja bee* poapistelyoverhauled. t I j' .W. Atl.t. ( to responsible I
.ht replacement 244 8-6tar. board by elderly man in home of I' party; Immediate possession. {
IRONING BA with coven.Bumby o B B Hard 2-1. I HANSON'S CRICKS-Quality elderly couple oa outskirts of city. I I Ii Mr. Ohio will be on the I'
Company. 102 ... 220 8. Phone 2-1841. TRACTOR-FordsonT In first class i OLD GOLD-W. pay highest price I chicks StE and grow. All Permanent. Box 229 I I ;'grounds to show and give details. ; GUERNSEY AVE-1124.
Weal Church Street.ICK condition. Good rubber. 83OO cash ,I f I for diamonds old gold watches. "I I bloodtested Jumbo Leghorn broilers I i CLOSE IN-5-room frame. Completely '
.10. _mit broken ANTED--A, small fllllalabetl house I!I '.. Infermation Open house today from 2 antil 8pm
mr. Bog 52. Or1ando.TTPEWR1TLRDciuz. : Jewelry teeth silverware. | 100..Hanson's heavy : reconditioned. For 1. A. 1. Ohio. Real Zetate. 101 S.
.XI1UGUTOR: A.tm.tl 2 elJ. c.ct 11 P new i i.o I =Berkman I Sons. 139 N. O.n. I I 81.5O broilers per _.. 817 20th. D IraU Vaer I WELDING GENERATOR 1 85.35 close In. by responsible couple; nQ 4-unit apart- I j'i attractive bwncalow oa lane corner
St. portable *lta case. | AC. Red-Rock Crosses
D. oaF children tot. 3 targe bedroom Built
JUGS-Oalloa size. 84.25. Fe e or drtriklng.I care of propertysuarante.d. bath and I by owner
gift. Ph. Winter j electric mown and SpecIal per' i aaent bessel 3 rooms !
11H emits. *4-iu., complete Bombs Hardware. 102 West P.1 1111 I E1 PP arc I Box 235 S-Star. Good for home but chance In hi* plan
each. buy at 813-500 I
C1 kicx- porch
shop i Rocks. I
100. Strslgbt nm orCrosses
faucet. 4-ln. TYPEWRITEBS make priced I P. eu." compel htm to cell. Sec Bill; Squire
wtU 1. .t Strt AM IN DESPERATE ol-bOiii Water Routstone. ,
Need Cathryn
Swap Shop. 12O SS-25 per 100. Live delivery ; i terms. or
$54.10. Business .n P. I II bungalow premise Gee. F. Brass
reasonably. ., on or Realty
t24 t PLASTIC for the P. E1. wining to buy. if reasonable tow Realtor: 2-2532. I
Aof. Rd... ACRB C*. 390 N. 544. i i WELDING MACHINE wanted elec .ua.t C.OJJ. Hanson's 81 down ; I I a C deliehtfui and Co. 19 E. Central AW"I
rn..z 1. r..t u t glass bathroom t.e hook. p 41b TENTS-Gospel G.er livin*. 16x50 and Ismall I tric. Florida Iron Work. 1023 Orange I Chk p. Ss 573. Trenton. payment 1402 W. Stetson. 'COLLEGE PARK-Completely fur-I I I street yet convenient to .tores.1 I!
tIle. Alt e.tors bden r a. H I. I Ave. winter Park. U. S. WEATHER BUREAU-official ntahed. modem bunsalow. Tile ; school, buses and theaters. I Iprewar
: .
P.r H.r. 120 .Or. sixes. Ma' Salvage. J'I desires 2 house. '' bath attached 75 ft. plot. I ''I
bedroom Perma- frame
for Rent
: garage. rorntruetlotv 2
45. .r
Apartments -
m Phone 2-4362. j K. WE BUY
Cbureh.VENETIAN used furniture. Can HIGHWAY
& 1 us 17-42-Si Mock Borttt of
: ..
Po.14. I nent. 4288. 810.600 with terms. C. P. Shumway. .ar. Price 112.650 Cat C. N. I j
LAMPS-.Hathly decorative. Tradl-1 PWP. elet deep and hallow B Manufactured!I ,selling. Orlando Furniture .. APARTMENTS 9- rooms close II. II Realtor; 140 N. Orans Av.; dial I i i Worms with Martle WillIams Realtor. I I'I, HOarse Comer. Winter Park. 6-
tional er m.r Telephone Winter j .u lmt nothing down In built. Metal.I I;! No. Store. 615 W. Church, to 850 month.-Available when 51. Houses for bale I 23282. 21 W. Washington Phone room furnished house; sD gas kltcn

Pul I* and: little p mo Bri7.I delivery. Wood-14-day delivery. 2-18. o 80. toes oU. No pets or orinkers. CLOSE IN-5-bedroom guest home 8106. en. 2-car garage: starw spec oath

LUMBER FOR 8ALE1 A' 50OO ft many Well Drilling .Pmp I Blinds RIfles measured ef aad installed WE PAY bbc cash pn'or.0! Box U6 0-Star. ,: plus m3 apartment. Good Income I i ______________________ ha side-.now front vscsat.*.. ea This Orlando property A..
within 75 Orlando. Estimate
Winter Garden HOTEL I
4't Some 5/4. 4/4 e C.ld..D SECTION-WInter I i Oa and electric kitchen oil heat; I'CITY UWIT&-.I. outside. 5-room !'1,
Beautifully K. i Or). Tlsta. Orlando; ph. without obligation. Orlando VCDu I an 4r ) vacuum. bungalow eld. Bath
"er. ta Blind Mfg.. 1739 8. Kohl 8 .. '. Orange at couple wIllIng work l immediate I' yean 'i, House easily converted te tourist
lick re cypress. JOI D II I PIANOS: SUchtiy used. KlmbaUi ; C"rl t ..tte. occupancy. Large living I,i i lawn mower electric washer etc. with shower. Oak floors. Corn.r',, home. Plenty et frontage for tourist
894. 1 spinet blonde walnut case. 1 apartJment VACUUM WANTED-Old Postage stamp: also I 820 to 835 month. 809 E. i room with beautiful picture window Nice 35.900 c* C Pee 12
court business buildings. Price
LEAP spring types. size grands: like new. Rasl Radio. I. P.lb.n An. postage stamp albums. Incompleteor KUHL AVK. 914Lari newly deco- I overlooking Lake Knowlci. Nice lxcd I I i c fo'MU: :id'.I PH. 7632.: I II I C. P. S&umway Realtor 140 '. Or- 822.500. terms. See owner. 111 N

RI.Company. ably' priced.'Terms Co..J'. 11 Winter phone .tt. Letter "'o 1847 rated 3-bedroom apartment; adults dining room; very attractive kitchen I i COLLEGE pARK-Nt. most attractlvs. ante: dial 2-3282. I'!,I Orlando Ave. or Ph. 128-W Winter
10 with corner sink and built-in cup-1 I I '
West Chnrca BU Berkshire Aw. Cowls lr. VENETIAN BLINDS-Window .bd .tap.' Inwel wU lmP ,oDp. boards three bedrooms and two til* | better furnished than any CONWAY SECTION-Aa outstanding Prk.
12x18 In. win PRESSURE COOKERS-6-quart sixe. the very best t custom ma. 'I 243 -. II. C.a t.8. ROOM o share home; inquire at 1001 baths complete with shower linen 3-bedroom bungalow in town at price. value. Beautiful frame home wits HIGHLAND LAKE SWTION-Bee-atl.!
IUEt cast 813.70. Knox Store stock kiae. steeL woodblinds. | Church St West Side Rextaurant. I!I 112.500. Hinton. Realtor. 7632. S i
Horn .. .. .lulu W. closet and extra coat closet In ad- '' i I acres et land: completely modern |I fol corner modern bungalow Most
953 Orang Winter wutla Co.. 25 .. Pine. Phone 2-311. 919 C.nva Orlando. lu COLONIAL GARDENS One of the and newly redecorated. Irrigated gar-
P.rk r Fuel Oil and Wood dIllon to nice sized closets In each ,, artistic arrangement w* hv sees
LEAD READ ROOFING iLJ1",3 sided. 2 sets knives; or 669 Or. Winter Pal 35 SINGLE CABIN-81250 week for bedroom; large ecreeBed tiled porch nicest homes in this .tio.. 2 dens. Only 85.5OO. You can't afford i lately. Price 812JOO and worth men.
NAI1 for floorIng 848. T l., cost ne more at I Orange Blossom Trailer bedrooms large orange In backyard to miss this. See Martin with Noble thl .
40-penny nail .dt ka. ma FUEL Call for couple. overlooking the lake which will make grove See George H. Kittredge, Realtor -
CO. _ now prompt Smith Real Estate 124 6. Mala. 6911. >I
531 OI
rUh Oranxe. Phone eell. P Kerosene and fuel oil: Park. telephone 9363. .a Ideal living porch. Two car port completely 'lUD bed. Price i 2-3176.
2141.LAVATORIEa. .U PRINTING PRESS-10x15. Ooldlng. VENETIAN BLINDS-Ten d., e I ..n ph. 8021. McOraws 71. ML west of city limits: car necessary. with adjoining laundry room with ,, 812.600 with terms. Frank Crete i j COLLEGE PARK-Near business see- HIGHLAND 5?.. 836-Furnished brick
.1WiiiOWERz-&N. Lwton Prtnt- lnr. Custom built aWu Fuel a..n.bl ,, Baby's welcome. Phone 116. tub and water heater; spselon I<:: Realtor. 507 Metcalf Building; phone I tlon. This spacious home reduced bungalow. 2 bedroom sleeping!
P e p.ee Manufactured a ,
4 w. I. P.1i. n. o ask for 1919-M-l: moraing grounds and a nice corner lot with I I 2-1710. I to 812.000 for quick ssle. 2lIedroomLtll. < porch. Can for appointment accountUlneea.
prxr. ott .f ,
seeders factory. Cash or & at .r.t room for more extra feature If you ![I CORNELL- AVX. (Winter Park Com- I 3 bath Immediate _10.. .
for aiO.SOO
RUBBER STAMPS any purpose: I : make offer snare
do U. Bu I .as 85 par m.tb Free .t. economy and 'ul. wish such si Bar-b-q pit. flower I J i pletely furnished 2 bedroom frame I Wen financed. Otto Ramusen with win ..
B.r. W. Cbur.b.LAfliZWoo4 ". Rotary time stamp ._ for home 5118. 41. Houses for Rent carry marts 0. C Stewart.
b -dl.and automatic d..n 1 Rdbl phone 24167.VENETIAN Co 10 -Fuel 'Co.. Inc. 1 1I gardens. etc. Harlow O. Fredrkk. 118' kunsalow. built in 1941. Possessioa I Cavenatuh. Realtors. 430$._ > Realtor. O'Neal Arcade. $785.BILLCRESTAV4.2bedrnom.
plte K.I, i N. Orange, Dial 8188. when sold. Price 88.5OO with terms.
or losS t 10 Orlando Office Supply Co.. CHENEY HIWAY-At Blthlo. 7 room. CONCORD AVE.. E.- -Blocks Or- bunsa-
er I. Ph 1188 t phone -Alex andROLUNO B Manufactured I' r 01omplt line for unfurnished stucco house. 830 per Frank Crebs. Realtor 507 Metcall'Building j[ ante Av*. Bungalow. 4 bedroom i I low. furniture, closeto Colonlaltewn.
& Sit some -
We Serve
Bath tuba closet in built. Metes7day phone 2-1710. I 1
Bleke month Extra large yard for children.Ph ; 1H bath lerse living and diningrooms.
tral Price 86.000. terms
and ".I..e..for tla PINS-.Hardwood roUlngpins. Blinds delivery Wood-iS-day delivery. Pord..M. Blc. .Fuel.OU.ho'l 1315 W. Winter Psrk. AIRPORT SECTION 81000 down COPELAND AVS. WEST Beautiful I screened porch. 1st claw eoar, ?. Realtar. 5O7 Metcalfi
& measured installed
4.U.e. t I 20. buy new 2-bedroom horn; price 4-bedroom borne with 26 x 17 fi. < dillon perfectly clean. O. C. Stewart
E. bedroom
Knox Store Co. CENTRAL AVE.-613 K. 2 i Building: phone 2-1710
terms 34 2 within 75 miles of 1 I
c.h 'i I WOOD -Get yours while I |
aoD i11 Kt.t 84500. living room. 14 x 14 ft. dining room. Realtor. O'Neal Arcade. 9788.
Pine. '- Adult only. 8110 per month.
Libby .D Preeman 11 311.IIGP without obligation. OrUode plenty We deliver Carter's. 1400 house. nice large well lighted kitchen with liTER ST. 3-bedroom.. furnished
LADY'S DIAMOND RING- ./ table model; .1.1' Bliad Mis.._1739 S. Kohl; 80S*.U.I I 8. Bumby. call 6947.I Tear leale.ROUSEFOR. Orange Memorial Section-3-bedroom .extra lares pantry and small eervice I. Practically I bungalow close tit school and bus
bargain Reply box Shor wave; televisionconnection. BLINDS-'At last Fella' LEASE for 1 year; furnished cypress built home lat Class condi porch. Closet doors In two bedroom I service. Price 87.750 with term*.
U. 2 VEI 2-bodroom furnished
$...U.Wtr.JCWE $ 1. Concord Av*. h.d blind at new reduced I 37. F and Soils I or unfurnished; until Jan. tion. See It now. If* priced right, and cloak room door have fuU length bungalow.new Gas kitchen end heater I Fnnk Crefcs. Resltor phone 1-1710

and ROCK LATHE. 4000 Also 8 and priced aluminum -'I 1 err 1st. 1948: contact Sam Gregory car mirror. Fully furnished tbro..hou'IIteluelnl. Yard nicely landscaped. Available

Cpr fra 10 penny ..u. ..i call 8395. slat in 3 colors.0.14 weeksddilvery COLD SMOKE Pr best rulU C. A. Meyer. 716 S. Hughey St, or Holden Height*-Well located. neat. I I twin beds except In small ,j April 1st. Offered for Immediate sale | HARDING AVE. 434 X-We offer exclusively

formation .r' 11* Irvia t RURAL slxe. for these I I nemh. In the phone 7715. v 2-bedroom bungalow; corner lot bedroom. Beautiful furniture. O. E. I II i I I to close an estate for 89OOO. 83OOO i i this beautifully furnished
UOLS & W BXt.a.r C.. skillful l.t.U.tlol C.rl. .lll] I C .re.. 6 Brook ii liSE-unfurubshcd; new 3 bedroom shade and fruit. 657SO. I refri .ratar. *a* tov.. water beater I' cash. 879 per me-tu. Exclusive with room frame home af 3 bedrooms
TftPb-4L12; rat trap. .. 1802 haven Dr.. I lane Hardware floor I' dea. Oak floors like
2 Phone 2-3183. Id..ter Drn ei | phone 6314.I home. Orwtn Manor section; Oarace. I Kalhryn Themas-Wjeu Smith. 4472. I| new
.rI type. ISo. Bumby Hardware. : I. P. VACUUM -electric POULTRY living room dining room. kitchen; 4-room house located on two lot*. I'I BargaIn at 815.750. Call :Reese j I II I throughout. Owner will sell for l-3rd
I ton at
C.e READING GLASSES. .I diameter. 825. CN&p. I the IU. 1 a ; hot water shower and tub: Venetian Price $4300.3.lpdroom I i'; with O'Harrs-Moor. 101 E. plDc.I I cash and take mortgage for balance
2LATTRSSSZO--.atw.I; 83 BO. Cheek with .Bta.rt 13 ln. erll.W b.r.c.I P.1ia PiU" F.n phone ;i blind 612S per month. 6 months In DUPLEX-2 story fram nicely IIIrBe ]I on easy monthly payments. W* will
0 cl 830 :
8. Main Bt.. phone 8158. r 1. C..t & S9JI I j I rdtJ'CTION-Well:: I' sloPed Bait vacant. AD-
no." .at .lt 6 corner, school. I I advance ph. 8298.OtJ8grRAII.ERWa1er. I bungalow with earsge.Price. built fur- i' 8110 month. See br glad to show this propertr. McNuttheasley -
Nona ? An.KRat. p.ZPRIOERATOR.-Hervel PEAT-Delivered any amount. Also 15500. kitchen proved ceilin per |. Realtors. IS W. Washington
electricity. nlshed electrie :
Ilerlu cottage
VENETIAN 3O". 32" ton soil: fill this today for real value at glO.SOO-
eeleetioB of like new; 880. Mrs. T_ BJ" dir Wnt H" bus and school. Inquire SQdPr' large lot: fruit tree Attached ear- St.HILLCREST.
pl.t 34- and aluminum Bray. p. O. Near half cash. Cell Mr. Pelffer with ,
31 E. P. Slaytoa. Realtor. 32 1 Pine SU I
slde. P goda B
1t I .... Winters
ll mo I OrlD CI lat ; at I phone ) store. Lockh.rt.Ft1KN1SHJDSm.U view. Spend your slimpsoB-Statoa. Realtor Metcalf'I i -
or leaf rake a good Iln. t .c" 33au ph. 6651.ASHIR In this for the modest price of I : SCHOOL Section-3 bedroom -
anra Or.a iltu. e R. 1739 Ave. I house on Crystal Bldg.Phon81S9. _ _
Or _
141 Knox 850OO. ti cash Sammie Francisco lot. 20
and buneatow
frame big
81-33 nn. en
61 C.ch Venetian Maaufacturiag. 38. Plants. Flowers and Lake; no children or pet* RU i I 2I 1 I I
Store Co..25 .. Pine. Phone 23163.ROOFiNGAsbestoS. l.d. BI.d. ST. 1615 Modem 1 I Realtor room 4. Central Arcade: 74OT. | EYSEcnON-Fumlah. citrus trees excellent condition. immediate -
MA CME SE.tl lath; VACUUM CLEANER-rexalr. good 5. Box 868; Toney Komlsk 1 bedroom modem "..10.. Reasonably -
i room borne: 1H baths; lake front possession. ".000. 83.5OO
Manvllle. COLLEGE PARK New 2-bedroom
John AZALEAS cut artistic tebl.decorations. I
}] up.DD Sat Particularlyattractive fwcr priced at 885OO. T .Coortney ]
.. Lcd blue-black. 24 per calUol prtvllMes: S1I.SOO. Well financed. concrete block: furnished. Cms to = I rssh. Stripling with M. J. Mos 13th.
IMbr I. O..e aalro.d lu.r. 812. for, as all dust ; w anywbri Kttttnier's. n. Rooms for Rent i Realty. 392 X. dial> <
Scout excel ...n. Also V 11.o 3'xr. 1 absorbed Ie afar. 64 E. Central; ADAIR PARK-520 Orcely St. Opeafor r schonL bus and stores. 89SOO. Henry 32471.DUBSDREAD3. Broker.] 132 Bo. Main phone 6977 or

MOTRYClt31: t.lcp11ou.220R. ; istle per .u., lot. Wrt V. a I. Pb 2-363 1 Petunias;463.com ANDERSON 8T Ml Comfortableroom Inspection from 1 to 4 p.m.) '1 Bnrch. Realtor. 12 8. Main; dial ,! i 2-2070.
pl WARDROBE TRUNK For farther ANA no.e bedroom frame bungalow
cncU I
Dibble. frame 2-1090. .
L.bu. P and dJmnlng bath; Best buy in Orlando. 6-room I __; HOLDER HEIGHTS-Braad new
I many others 1.Williams. I Iporches
Wite PrkaIe Information 812 Lakeland Stor .ttr.ctln.. I with living and screened
CABIN ITS ROOPTKO. OAVAJ V crimp 1411 E. Concord. C. private home; oU furnace. bungalow: hardwood floors screened 1 I CITY IJMITS.-N.w duplex live In I Excellent condition. I onry bungalow. 2 bedrooms. Urge

bullS U Br 28 and 29 .. llo. .nr t"oho. 2-2703. BELGIAN AZALEAS bird jar I CATHCAHT ST. 342; room. front porch: completely furnished. apartment let WIa.r one j I J Jones; sarage.with M. J. Moss. 13th. 1 screened brenrway nice closets and
fltan. ioa. M.rd ass .1 17.7 .r. WAREHOUSE Pair for I l.t. klteh-I Including O E. refrtierstor. Mule your home: for cabinets: 12x20 garage: heavy duty
eblt &mnl Lb and '1.32 per square.. for 28 gauge.. 10x14' Ol.I.DR cmplt with. dntre.terra-cotta pl.ntr ..* enette 1 adalt. 810. Double Chef gs rsnge. radIo, washing ma- !r 85.000. unfinished 84.50O. A rare Broker. 132 South Mala phone 1977 I wlrine: house Insulated: lot "'.;)5'

Co.. N. O.. _K O.d ___ For immediate delivery and sblpmeat. heavy an .rd..r.. Doors ..d N.. Io Pn' O.reea '15. Central. 3 30 to S pm. rhlne. vacuum cleaner. dIshes; 6 fruit opportunity. C. C. Taylor Broker !I or 2.2070.DIIBBDRIAD. 11 cltrjs tree: shrubbery, city end

METAL THRZSHOLD-.AJ&eromS; all I! Write phone or call by. are 2V* inch cDr. with S ilsbIwindows I 2311 2-127. CLOSE IN-310 S. Lak. Attractive trees; pIm and oak shade: 1-car ga- 2516 N. Onnxe. 5844 or 2-2183. school bus. Price reduced to 6S.6OO-

JuU and wt Smyth Lumber Pressed Steel C 1801 .a At esch. t.0 cnditon.Can CITRUS TREES-Msrsh seedless. Valencia suite private bath; downstair Also rage. By owner. 811.800. Quirk pos COMMONWEALTH AVE. 633 l'! SECTION Pre-war unfnrnishcd. or ..000 furnished "*
C. O.. .D Railroad. I..t.tlna Av*. Phone 8109 writ be teen at Par pl' Ut and and Ramlins; not damagedby bedroom twin beds: upstairs. Available session. Down payment of ".100 re mile from city line on Cheney room frame homo with many extra rash balance terms. 3 P. Mattes.

M1E twin and Ia else; Box 33S1. Orlando. P.. Elm St.. I cold. All .lemon rot Phone D. Saturday. Adults only. quired. 1iJ.h... Near Flamingo Club. 4- I feature not usually found in a home. Broke] 145 N. MaIn: 880$.

f reduced t 1'.If WARDROBE TRUNK-nearly new S. Wilson. 0531.CAHVTTTAs. room house with bath and Living room with fireplace: screened :HARDING ROAD-H-mlle north of
l I $10 Wu RTAUN EQUMN-T.ble. with keys. 3 burner oil stove and 1 : axama: palms; landscape CORNER TAMPA. WASHINGTONDouble screen porch. City water and l.ra.1 I porch off living room two 1 City Limits; on old Apopk High

ren'*. Winter 6. glassware ktn atll.let "fn. even like new. Electric fan bearer I shrubbery: tropical plant rm.CASSELBERRY ALTAMONTK SPRINGS. lot lOx 188. some furniture: I one in closets; Urge master bedroom I Iwith 'I way. 2 garage apartment on lots

MENU COVERS tl per dosen. Check serstor. awr..r. cn. porcelain top table and eh.l 2 elec- M..hblt Nurseries. E. Princeton. small down payment balance like ,I 3-way ventiUtion built-in shoe 60 K 133 light and water; 83200t

with George Stuart. 13 8. Main 8k. Wedgwood .Room h. ., at tr"D oU .D wood 1014 1 CITRUS TREtM. and all fruIt Azalea Lake vIew home; 4 bedroom: excellent rent. Sell at once Owner. 635 Commonwealth rack In eloseU; larg linen tile closet ,take. all.INDIANA. __
Cswlb.rry. sft.ernoona.EOOFCOATINQ.Beut willow and pn Lod.1 furnished.OU I Ave. I I with build-in cedar chest: aU bath
I condition. Really
phone .11.KKI ,.tole this section American Plan Hotel: riding !' kitchen with tile 1 AVE.-3-bedroom
tempered p quality liquid any rocking chain: t i j ]Mills to Nebraska to Pools' Nursery j i fishing hunting in season. furnace: full basement; 4 Isrge CONWAY SECTION- -room house. with shower lane and build-in cupboards ,;l i garage: paved street. Only 84-250;
,.o 1 roof-coating. Protect your home while ice box 21: boy's bicycle 812: ;ORANGE 10 Park. $174W.STMSR i J lots 180 orange and grapefruit trees furnished; 83JOO cash; balancemonthly. drain boards many lane 1 pay 81250 down balance monthly,
at 3/1.sl. .71' 82 80 for a 6.n.can at OUdden'sRADIOS card and end .; mahogany Ump j 1 dried. 6Eu. .u.n 5' E-Dsubl. room i in excellent condition. 819.OOO. I Inquire at 2503 Conway Rd. i I II : attached cupboards extra and caress entre'attIC 'i I A. Culver Golden. Broker. 1121 N.
MOTORCYCLE d. Jones. 1101 Dicksoa Parkway. I.I k.P. C.tle. P. TT.l I terms. with built-in .
S.rl.-Dwla Orlando Ave. near tlllderoa.WID.
4S; coed -Crosley and P Console 3rd St. Bledsoe'i Service Sla- I BUSHES-World's best. for rent. doors from bus. j Home and grove -8 acres 2 story COLONIALTOWN blocks; newly storage: laundry tabs la gar- I Call afternoon.
1M. en tU lfor. ROI HInt i ter Park. Sun
: *. W50. a1-Bc type and table A por tla underpass on Orlando care and culture. Free 1. LIVINGSTON AVSE..: large com-j i I frame 4 bedrooms 2 baths: very I built bungalow: nicely furnished; 2 ale: lot 100x160.nicely landscaped I
Winter Garden. Vie.iiiLirCi7oLEaSisetrie.. l.b1 BustBsrdwsr,, W. Af. I trated catalogue. McClong I fortable double room private home: nicely furnished. Price cut to 822,500; I bedrooms attached garage; 2 blocks Ito i with sisles.. palm trees ether trees lYANHOE SECTION :-!
j .a I stores and school. Northern owner. $11.500. Harlow O. Frgd1 I I priced at 86OOO.
I c. WASHING MACHINES Nursery. Tarter Text I II | i private bath and entrance; bus emI I ,8800O. terms. and shrubs.
.P R'm.r 1 dpeopl prcfcrTed 8641. I widow, making special price for Im-1 I k. 116 N. Orange. Dial 8188. Either St.-4 bedrooms priced at
U' W. Wit Pak toes: derIde nlgv ; ;30 acres and 3 bedroom home; en "
RUGS. Breadfelt. wool. Adopes. ba .I.f I IC.1l .dtat..le S93O3. term*. Sam Johaaon "It's scout to live la Orlando. 645OO
*- 39. Livestock undeveloped lake. S790O.
and I II Drt-
Jol.u beverage cooler PARK LAKE PECTION-LaFto.
MAT DISPLAY CASES. fixtures ..FTlr 2601 e.r .Plaa I SupU. Co.. 208 8. Main. I Caceola'st.Iatorr. Immlihed; priced
.d..br D.2-115. Several good used vats bath near bus. gentleman | at our Altamonte Office: Winter '
Pta C. 4 J. C.t McLaughlin Service .Store. mot.1 FARM MULL, for oslo er trade. ) preferred. Can 1-O916. ) j Park 9190-M. Homer ".. Manacer. COLLEGE PARK: Owner leaving'I DUBSDREAD Most attractive 2- 1 Fern at 34750.Creek Section New cot tags:
Gr CU. ROTARY PUNCHES and etc. Washington. I Lars mule for small mule. Phone Huckel-O'Ne. Realtors 118 State on first day of March offers bedroom bungalow near Country
lor'the Home--titg Pa BET Ovledo 2131. TERRACE BLVD.-Warm comfortableroom his home for quick sale. Frame construction; excel prk..t 82750.
MY ... Hardware 22O Dud Son* Robinson 2-3753. Club. Masonry
traTeL a O WASHING MACHINE. Kenmore; A I for gentleman. 810 per week. I Jr'j ..10.. 1 bedrooms bath living refrigerator and gas Holden Ave.-Furnished; I Bedroom;
... a. condition:
rd awta Phone 2-1841. FIUJES Two old.
In call 5228 3Fe.r H.r Permanent bails. Phone 1911.i I priced at 83500.
Shop; P.u with fireplace Priced at 81L700 I
10. .o.0Dt dining room Included.
Orsoceesfl 10 ..4 r 82 a G i I b".1 Ilea mort ... Sammie Francisco. Resltor. Room 4Central
; 2-Ul. RATCHET 1. I WINTER PARK-1516 Miller Ave. ALOMA SECTION. Winter Park: 2 equipped for elthr gas or .. quick sale; 85.0OO Arcade: hoaxes any price
83.78 Trtmo P.
WAILS la popular aUeaTtlz Per BRAC. pipe WEED COTTERS-Lively Led. Keys double room private home; refInedtouple 135x135 section AU room ar Une. oak floors payments 835. Call Charlotte ,..
bedroom lot: nice ; nywher CH Me.
Pee. Alto 315 ft. c-in. front door I euttn 1 dr 8325: .r.1 .d. Bumby Bd..,, GtNSEY I Due to or Udy. C.U afternoons. i 87.500. Winter Park 645 weekdays j I fan. garage and plenty fruit. C. Smith with David Andrews Real-
driv i
1127 17th Bt. Phone ''32 .le. lOg pn. 11.1 sr. C.rb 1910-.J-12.. t. C County WINTER PARK Delightful lakefront K&IU venlently located near shopping ceai I tor. Winter Park. 659.___ _
"P .FI. dr.n i Private ADAMS ST.-2317. Near ter. church and bus. On paved street. i lot of food I
87.95 WALL CAN OPENERS- t mashers room single occupancy. DUBSDREAD There *
.. : c bolt ".lowest Profile prte long handled forks : H. H. I HORSE 8 F.a old spirited saddle entrance. Laundry and maid SchooL 4 room; bath: furnished. Only 810.00O if sold this week. Excellent .1 living in this neU modern furnished JEFFERSON AVE'-2510 ..
o.r 8. 22O 8.: mre western saddle. Apply Sun service 835 weekly. Winter Park 120' frontage. Will consider ..0150terms. term See It without obligation, 2-bedroom residence. Nicely
OAK 2 DE-.1 filing foot cbat ply Co Butt 6U phone '2.RIoph. P.r-H.rw.r.. d. ol,803 Grand Ave. 883-W.; sh' 9994. Owner. i Ask for E. Stewart with Harold Shep.landscaped lawn. On bus line. Overlooks i New frame cottage ea bus Tine. 3

I .e.1 MILK COW-Jersey; Fort I' *. SECTION bedrooms herd Realty Co. 20 X. Wasb.instoaSt. j beautiful Dubsdread golf course. room and bath. Attached gsrste
(tool*, all Bk sew Cloe- WATER automatic In.1 WESTMORELAND DR.-2009 8 nice
Cabinet ".500. Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. oT Ph
I kig .1. Will .oeL Good gal. HT or.n..I Pt' Station. Rolden Heights bus nice yard well landscaped. Phone 5124.COLONIALTOWNHodern. i*Owner moving te Tennessee reduce
Snt C"n.F right en
I Ur. Pn. 2-2934' P nU Plo encU.embI.UO"1 10. Also cabinet .ol. er lt5.lh!5a t. I. "YOUNG MILK m.b i, Une.room terms.20074.Klttinser Reslty. ph. 15'300'1 frame bungalow nicely 2-bedroom'and completely I I 11'I price!Peter.M 88500 or: cor.quick Central sctlon. Asher and I owner 2-4042.

II ConrF ., phone 9790. WINDOWS In stock for I west of .CbO sale.Station 4 mile off< ZELLWOOD INN-Now open. Room furnished including electric l 11 Main: 2.0754.DIJBSDREAD. _
RADIOS-The all wave Q. delivery double hong; four light; I Winter and board; family style: *Q yon kitchen and washing machine. Closet Immediate .1AIoLUO II&CTIOl-l room drums
to. I Garden Bixexiaj j BEVERLY 8HOR1 -AII extremelyfine SECTION- ,
OIL and meta. K In standard sixes. Complete with R.d cat quiet Just like home. 822 1'
portable can ; fiituishsd. coed
i bungalow' perIls
CAS.lYn1 kL tiled > bus. stores and school. Nicely with
wt. 3-bedroom bungalow. 2 bedroom home
4 H. 220 4.Orfnse. .1 priced at .1 sash frames glass kino Jamb liners. | weekly. Phone Apopka 111. for Teeertlono. I possession. 2 reasonably priced with
i landscaped lot with fenced back yard. condition
.IU .tad..1 I i j j baths. Tiled kitchen. Utility spec sleeping porch. completely furnished.
iO.14. I broadcast wave Pullman balances. Inside trim, screen I Price. 810.500. terms. Jamerson and 1 term C. C. Oarletts Broker. 2-1747.
wefl-devel- I It
19 40. ret Tiled roof. Extra laces (I Fruit .. Nicely laadsesped. *
I Quo RANGE-norence. Table top; lando Appliance Co. 1 210 M. Inc.frame and W.prime _td. W.de' Stoct and Supplies I( NICEST double comm la Orange I ,oped grounds. This home must be 'I Carter. Realtors. 70 E. CentraL Phone :worth the $ .. ..!*. prlc. Can Ray JEFFERSON ST.. E. --bedroom bun

I coed cD1 Soc -fxrthez InlormatioB Orange. Phone 4537. 10 Amelia ca 22120. BOSTON PUPPY-Pour months County; 810 per week one or two; 1 seen to be appreciated as te Its mod I I A. T. Buster Carter 9516. Lennon with Joe O. Myen. Realtors. ..1... Brand new furniture; nice

blob M7i. RIO BWe. 2 pair, pus WAAE stock will fit your I'I Can be seen at Silver dawn .Id.. no house pets; except perhaps a wife; unit,. Priced to sell with terms H. COLLEGE PARK Convenient to' 29 W. Washington. Dial 1631.I ._ ,I I plastered walls: newly redecorated.

OUA M TaI tVi H-P. I a.' D s r..la 822.9S Bow D.d. Paint and WaU- Mount Dor*. Plorida. Lssslter 4 miles north on 441 High C. Bsbeock. Jr. with Robert R. Tyre. stores bus and school. 5-room bun- DELANEY SECTION Lovely new I i I Automatic floor furnace.. Gang. 813i -
: Tl" uu Tclpon .n.1 Wa Over Shop p.Ir C. 38 E. J.ek.l: 2-331. ..'. Realtor. 13 W. Washington. 6174. galow with large bright and airy I I I 3-bedroom bungalow 0 250. Owner will carry ".000 mort-
e COCKER masonry
z8. 1 Or.n.e.IFRGERTR. WINDOWS All cypress standard blondes SPANIEL PUPPIES-Black*. SINGLE AND DOUBLE room. Men.Upstaln. rooms. Breakfast nook lifetime roof. I j lane comer JoL Delightfully ar- I I I gage. C. B. Davis Realtor 104 L

OVERHEAD DOORO-Alum- None Rollator. sixes In stock for imet delivery ',golden red at pedigreed: also H. D.beautiful Young Orange Blossom Trailer BEVERLY SHORES Waiting to S79OO- Allen Johnson.' Realtor. 140 N.; I ranged with Urge room and sought Jefferson: 2-1649. _____
inum eteel Smith LumberCo. 1:0 : Saturday o MOB. ; any style or t order. .t.d. D.. 14. Park. telephone 9363. build? Better see thi unusual offering. Orange.: 861*. Specialising in)1 .Cter features such a*. ok floors. '1 I HALEY SCHOOL SECTION New

.* N. o.."o sad all day. S3 Daniel $t.RADIOSBarsains Also window and doer frames pmo COCKER Ken..1 lb FOR TOURIST-By day or week bedroom A masonry bungalow in perfect tile bath laundry. Venetian blind ,!I bungalow; 2 bedroom Urge :livin
in used rebuilt service en a orders. 1120 nU 8t SPANI PpPnPel- : twin or double bed. near lake view setting. Just completed CONCORD AVE. 1517 l-6-rooml'lflreplc7eentr.l heating. CBUSuaUy 1 I room nice roomy kitchen: porches. 1csr
01 CAN8uno. .IYnls.. seta all kinds. Used records your phone ''32. I real greed rc blf. 10 bus. hot water ph. 8527. by contractor owner. For details house; nicely landscaped; by owner low at 813.123 with good urms. Weir I I garage: near bus. school! sri'
Phone I.C. .t.C. Pi pick Radio 122 W. PINE USED pAN -J. C. Campbell I b.n.la MI'. b seen to l Sunday call Mr. Tatcenhorst at 8617. open 2 to 5: ph. 1-2263. System. 626 E. Pine: 4 41.DUBSDRBAD I stores. Immediate PO..at._ 17 ZSO

PUMPS-Bore and Icier*. W. Pine. 15 K Apt. rl.h.Stright and Zeid- .porl.la S.nora 471. Rental AgencIes Walten-Pryde. Realtors 668 N. Or- CITY LIMTT3. ..:.-Lane new garage I' Modem block 1I1ID.aI I I terms. Bam Johnaea Co 208 Main.
I ler of 20 St COI phone 2-4596.
A upright Decker nge. bath. furnished -
Jury Co 4li W. Robinson A RADIO-'Stromberg Carlson up Club; first apartment. Not complete but I low 3-bedroom. IT KALEY AVE.- 1 7 room bungalow
phone $712. la excellent C.bln.t right. lit Class pianosand SPANIEL LANDLORDS-We will supply you desirable COLLEGE PARK-If yon want to live nvsbl Plumbing shower bstn hot 1 Including electric kMebea. I' excellent condition. 3 kd-
I IdeUw.
finish. 1047 endll. Winter 't "hr. reconditioned. We C -BIscks: tenant free of aliens and in this section yon should Investigate and cold water electric light Com 1 Floors carpeted throughout. Attached rooms: lane living room. flrep.arf;
PRU CKa. the famou 1 Park. Ph. K.DtukF. The Box. 119 W. 1 .De IlDePe4In"4 Med.o I obligation. Just phone us your va- the house w* are offenDs en plete. 82.900. Mon In. Loren ..r... Undscspcd. Must sacrifice I hardwood floor. Best buy la town
Wnrne. .1 : Keen Radio. 3 St.. S'lford. 153.CCt We' I vsncy. V.ter.n. Real Estate An"cF. West Smith Street. The owner about 6 N. Brown; phone 2-1269. Immediately. See owner. S'Bstkopin. MOOO.

22 .. 'I ROOF COATINGBirds." Same old I Watch for yellow ... Phone 805-J. 29 8. Court St. Ph. 2-4481. to move from the city has priced It CORNELL AVE. Must be D1utD.1 off Par._ LAKE IVAKHOE .SECTION Attractive

IU0ara la reodtn Lumber quality; same N. Orsnss old price.and SmU COCKER SPANIEL PUPS_.S weeks WE WILL HELP you find a rentalfor below the market at $11.50000 tuny once. This lovely 3-bedroom home; DUBSDREAD SECTION 4-unit cottase. bum lust before high

pl.- 95.0. I Co. a.Uod old. Pedigreed o champion stock. a 83 service charts Veterans furnished. CaU Ray Holcomb with oak floor solar water heater: beautifully I i apartment one vacant on 1st floor I price. Immedlat _.10.. Six
Music Box. Santord. Pla., pho.. 9S3.PAMELUNO | RADIOS-Firestone table e.bIa T 50* OFF 1 Phone 2.381.DACHHUN. I Real Estate Agency. 29 8. Court. O'Harra-Moore. 3-0836. 109 E. PIne. landscaped lot. 84.750 cash for owner; bus stores; 813.200. Vcssh room 811.000. Well located for a

-Whit* knotty plD: V- .: tins Phono-radio; II.' A PIJPPIZS-.Lovely Red*. CITY LIMITS-Today's beat buy ta will handle. King Real Ktate. 3O E, 1 Roper Realty C*.. 2-3433. ,[, doctor. D. P. BI.,. Broker. Call 4431

Joint; 8 t 12 inches wid. Firestone console; : 'UII. eln' pc.r. Litter "'lwr 48-1.. Beach Rentals a new 5-room bungalow Cornerlot Church; $432.COLONIAl. EAST BIDE Furnished immedlste I' FRONT Modem bungalow oa
at Mills I N.brk.. .U' Plastic lw Firestone rdio Idea Large assortment of t.bl electrical ed. on bus line. 8650O. Allen Johnson. SECTION-Home and IsI I possession new 2-bedroom (rams LAKE beautiful lake- la dt,. Living room

POCKET for boys and I for Orange or and bedroom Concord.: $27.42. he DOGS BOARDED stripped o I II : HAVE few rooms available for Realtor. 14O N. orange** ; 8612. "S_ come. 10 room frame house with 3 I bungalow and .. .*. 88. 00. Ter_ with fireplace: tIle bath and kltrheu.

..H WAT. Hardware. 220 .to. i appUln .. Including hot plates I and bathed. Ruble Small .:I February and March. American cialixinx In Romeo.COLONIALTOWNBungalow.. room cottage rear; income 81201 l 8.ven ... Realtors. 4305.jIF"5thiiiid. .____ tile porch: central bet; attached garax -

8. Phone 2-1141. ; RUBBER STAMPS Better Stamps. h..t. Hospital. 160O N. Ones; 4848. .. riabt on the ocean. Bathing 3 bedrooms per month Ddlal1w quarters price Dandy 2- .. 814.750. Exclusive with' C. P.
POWER UNITS-Continental I Quick Service for every purpose. .Iron, brU.n door chime DOG FOOD and X-cel; dog and fishing. Cell Paul at Ocean and sleeping porch completely 812.9OO. term Harry Heath. Broker. I bedroom bungalow: electric kitchen: > Sb..m..p. Realtor; 140 N. Orange
.1 Supplies. Orlando Robber Stamp Kbbl Cocoa Beach. Florida. famished at a real price ef opposite Theatre In Colonial-1 Rop- '
for I remedies Lodgg. Vogue i 1/3 cash balance 850 monthly. i, dial
.nCltaa and. Pip Supply. I. Works. 8 W. Ch.nh at 8. Orang and many other turns. X-Cel Store.a4 Orlando 810.500. CaU now! T. K. town. 8253. I erRelty Co.. 23433.ii'i1SmSClos. |, 23282.TER: KILL-- room bun**

Co-I "W. Church St. M. I*. RIO Phileo and RCA console FZE HORSE-MEAT for pets. 49. Business Rentals I Realtor Rm. 6. Central .H..un.1; I COLLEGE: PARK-Bungalow; 8-yrs. In Duplex partly'' tow: in excellent eendltlovi. web;

PIANO-Small uprUhfe I ht rdl.rrd pl.nn Associated 143 N. Crania 1 and 2Vk-lb. refrigera old; furnished: 2-bedroom floor i furnished: deep lot; fruit tree; ..aI, located: fruit tree on Jot. see owner
331 Ave. prl $2. Poe tme.t d.Un" Wn.rd I 8" Awl tor packs.i lb. Brownie's Kennel DESK SPACE In Real Estate Office i CHICHESTER AVI.-Practically new furnace; attached .ar.... A dandy rag with laundry. 810000. Terms.Jones | 1415 8 o.-eol. ".
phone P.ab.a P.rk K.I.r. Te., Bok C 2358. Shop ". 2.4 Magnolia to right party; phone service; ph. 3-bedroom cement brick bungalow; little home. Very easy terms If de- with M. J. MOM 13th. '

In-a I al.lW: 41.1 111. GREAT DANE 7407. kitchen equipment and attic fan Included sired. 89.673. C. R. Emerick. Real- I I 132 8. Msln. phone 6977 or 1 LAd ADAIR SECTION Modem
PIe for grove and tsrmirrlestiom SPEED GRAPHIC-New 3'tx4Vtwith -Female, 1 Fa old.Avenuebe i' In price; 813.0OO. terms. W. .1 1-Orange; dial 7348.

Church St.Pipe. I. Supply$1U Co-. 6 W. Winter. carrying Park.eass. 8275. Cat 149-R seen at 1600 O.nl GARAGE FOR RENT-Clean and new. : B. Nicholson. Realtor. 14 B. Main St. CLOSE IN-Frame house did---1 I EAST porches- room storase bth.room 2. *Broter'l; i and new. Close to schools and buataea -

BARGAIN SAtE-I 14x21 ft. Very desirable for stores phone 2-1619. good condition 2 bedroom; OB cor- price reduced. Newly
i1di1TILs.-4ti.i wall Rust I STEP LADDERS-4. .. __ ELFarMsh ; French 9.do. _34o2Lcomplete SETTER. PUPPIESPurebred.rttizter.d. *. Location near Orlando A... acr; nicely Kralahed: rented; good la- I! and _t. a2 E Jefferaon St.I -. Rot water beaten and
Iro': pr.n.n& all colors: low Hardware. 220 cleaner lawn mower: large;end small um K.Young. T R.dp. for ew." Oa Fire Station. 810 00 per month. Me- CLOSE IN-Randy to school bus. vestment. Buy it now end hold for i

eee fl .Phone 2-43(2. .i Phone 2-1841. desks; screen mould; lawn roller I r. Nutt-Heasley. Realtors. Phone 5106. stores. Walking distance. Good Winter home. .. C. R. Emerick. i I I{ space beater tacladed. 66600. 100*

types: Irrigation SCREEN WIRE Bronxe 28. 4x8 ft. clean home. Frame construction. 3 Realtor. 610 N. Orange; dial 7346.
PUPA Idu 48. 38. golf club j EAST BIDE. NORTH SIDE. *l11
tra dom..tc. Plorida I 28. 24: also galvanised in somelxes. I leather bag;e1".r trailer; INDIAN PJ PW Pa age J: OFFICE SPACE for rent; stenographic bedrooms. Urge front porch. Good COLONIAL GARDENS Bungtlow. I 1, around the town. Hastings hs the I,!,, loans to 0.1. Phon. 3-3623.
: 3396.
Co 6 Church pb all >. H. >I. saw; .. and telephone service service porch. 2 lot*. Nice fmllyhorn frame -Don't'
", Pnh Ha..r 2 led.r electrie : 3-bedroom on lot 60x165. best buy IB all the town sot! ;
IL-YRDKUMN atand. S. Orange. Pon. 513 Virginia Dr. I Diction's 423 S. Orsnge. .month.. 88.500.Quick 82.800 possession.mortgage Bnckel-at 121 I Electric refrigerator, ga* stove clrcuIstlnx be hty. trade right with Hstinxs.Rtsltor. .- I I I LAKE FRONT-Bern*. groveLs

appropriate -I, SINKS all types flat rim*, single I MONK4YS-UcMrtjey's la Wendirtre. OFFICE .r office space wanted for O'Neal.per Realtor 118 E. Robinson; 1 I Hester. Bendlx washer IncludedIn I Rm. S Central Arcade 4237. 'I Ideal ito for ttalnag c... OB
gift for growing children. cOD&m.t doable compartment: _! Perfect pets. African grey.. real .t.te firm. Ben 231 S-Ster. dlsl 23753. ; price. 811.600. C. R. Emerick. Real.tor. I I nice lake connecting with St John
dlsplar. Southern Metal ; cabinet sink GENERAL I II TROPICAL i iCITRUS 610 N. Orange; dial 7348. River. A place worth iawestltttlai.
0.1 .IU 8A FH-e 4 ur.tJ STORE or office location. 1400 ft. AVE. 545. Furnished house.I IFrigidaire I R.J .
Pin PI* Ph. chrome plsted at 814.0OO.
c.O. 2-20. trim. Cash er for this U a banata
I II .D.t.nd t 2 N. Orange. 8150 monthly C. R. washing machine gas CHEROKEE PARK-2-tory masonry EAST SIDE 4-bedroom COJoalall1
J.W.L j Libby ft Freeman. 711 W. Church Dr. announc the gal te ..10D and : ; ; home. Very spsclous 3-bed- Perkln with P.rrtoh Real Islets,
PK WAT-1 I Men. PI.nt ar puP .. Realtor. 610 N. Orange. hot water fruit shade trees. Close I rooms I I home with 1H baths.
Rird Special newmovement. S WIO MACHINE.-.Slnser. electric i i I 41p" the 'oUo' articles; i, pU. C.tr. 13 K..o 7348. ta. Barsaln. First '..000 buys rooms; bath. powder room; breakfast wood floors throughout. *U 36 E. VIse; 2-1646.
ISO. 24078. I Formosa recent move his new i Winter perfect condition. 2-car garage H furnished. 5-room FRONT Modem 3-etory bones
Pb & 7elrSTORAGE I 1 b t P.rl. SINGLE OFFICE In new office building room; Un and airy. ** LAKE -
Church. 1 banks. e I CLOSE IN New 5-room and bath: ,
$17 E. -
Winter Park. office. bath Over
I, { I TROPICAL FISH Special today; on Oranae Ave.. with parking ; barbecue pit. Immediate Posaeaaiaa. gsraxe apartment In rear that re- with 4-bedroomi and 2
PLASTIC BCHEEX-A sites. 30% for 'm1 i I | GuppIes 33c pain Black Flatties facilities; 860 per month. R. E. Car large screened porch: close to bus I 816.5OO. C. Emerick.Realtor. iI i i tun S5S per month. Price. 618.0OO 200 ft. frontage en lake. A-npl*
graph ..CE I Beaver board of also 95e R. Swordtalls line and stores. 82500 down balanre 610 N. Orange dial 7348. Jemersea and Carter ReaJ- with 90 besflni fltrui treed
reduced Pr st Lb Co. i lot It h.ndre' p.l II25 P.1 r,.... 24505.WAREHOUSE90. i' Ph. I ; I terms. grounds
,I' A.e tae"I. of feet of : like rent. C. C. Oarlett Broker. T. 235 K
N. Orange I Olad. Office ...N I pair P. D.ao 1.2 IroDti i I 1 COLLEGE PARK-2106 H. Weststor.land. 11 i ton. 70 E. CentraL Phone A Price 829.000 Jn Broe.
: .
8114. -Alex electric .I one prl.t table pair D. Gouraml 82 ; ft. railroad 21747.CLOSE I Buster) Carter 9516. Main: dial 7569.
I P. and Blake. a famished2bedroom
PIANO Baby Grand Melville Park tia I Comfortably
; ; .
I most 8125 pair as* .ooo" ft. 8425 per month. IN-Vacant. Ibun.a-I j
14 inches long been recondi.tI..d STUDIO COUCH rom .1t Mo. C Bl. 947 Or- house stove refrigerator DUBSDREAD SECTION-2-bedroom
1 I -Extra cover.'Exeril removable cushionsgood ; .Winter 1.5OO ft. available now balance soon. low newly decorated. Garage; fruit : : tax
lent .n. 1715 Dori A. 1. C. R. Emerick. Realtor. 610 s.. Orange hot water heater; tile bath with bunsalow. nicely lurnta_ LAKE tVANROE-Modem 3-bedroem
,. H D WI i Clt 2 electric chandeliers: 3 work tables. treert bus service. Only S3JSO. terms.A.
tee Prk. pho. 720. \ SASH mont $ -_ 1-3395.- j I 3 or 6 ft long; or 1 o 3 ft. wide. gallon Food H-Quaw and .S 10.. : dial 7348. T. Do,,. Broker. 44 H shower ,fireplace balance: casts.S11.SOO Shown; 644OOmortgage byappointment I -lee'complete term electric Jamersoa kitchen.and 1acllld-1 cement brick Stouss nicely farnlsned. -
Bash balances': These make benchesfor C. WAREHOUSE WAN'rED-OT small Church. 4412 I Phone A. T.
H. H, cU.. 220 S.Ortnie. sash pullers; sash cord. South boy interested Im. train B1 947. Orange AveWinter Prk storsx space: for small ..1IoJa.I. W'I Call 2-0235. to private parties only. Realtors.Sorter) corr. 'a1. I II feeing Uk*. Nice cameo
Phone 2-1841. I LumberCo.N.Orsogsend_ ing. On steel filing cabinet; perfect sale toUllt.. Box 233 8-Star.
:;. Ih.I.d.n R.U.d I I condition: one wardrobe trunk one MALE AND FEMALE DUPLEX Apartment*-4-room *prtment i
PUMPS Duro. Demtaw. M"r 8TEPLADDERS AU alse*. Btl lo large W immediate possession
upstairs partly furnished. apartment.
3 ; sold and W. I Bt.stools. Medicine. traveling man' strong sample trunk: .Ie D. B D. TODI JDe 50. Wanted to Rent CAS8ELBJRaY1 1 II I
4-room apartment downstairs completely -
A. J. .d Co- 41$ W. RoblaeeakPh. .nl Jebraa ctt I aU the above Items stay be eeen byappointment Lb Ja. phn. 2t 16900-Lake Front: :- COLLEGE PARK-1113 W. Yale Ave.. furnished. Combined income : Very liberal terms. MJkiFlowtr.
$332.I rolDI Modem 8-reora frame bunsalowLess
residence ph. .
8712 ear at I APARTMENT er house. BrnaU. furnished Crete block I near I
S POX PURS-Two f ij I 8175 monthly.
8IVE .5.1prl I 41. Poultry and thsa 810.000. ODUBSDREAD
'.I: I Por further lot. i Ph. 1-301 Supplies with separate sleeping accommodations 57.900-012 only; i bedroom; garage I I83.1I1IO2.ID -1996 Indian Av*. 5- Call Joe with Veterans Real EstateA..acF Broker, 33 S. Mala. FUon

PRUNING and abort p 1-415. !I : BABY CRICKS for two adult Closeto half acre tot. frame bungalow. Completely 29 S. Court; dial 2-4481. !
SHuD' and -Tuxedo Feed Ston shopping center and transporta frame cl.pbOardl room i
h.d a RParrish Hardware .SEWING WCE- Factory re- ; NEARLY NEW Combination offer 3dresses. U. 8. approved Pullortum tested tion. Ph. P. U. McIntosh 6141 er cottage; lake new; corner redecorated. Good terms Jess than I SID&-Attr.etln 5-room bun Charles Cb.bot 5529.
i new; port-1 I 906 W. phone 2-2821 or 7336. call I. 622 Rarwood. 975 4 r'bomr I Ihl.h".F 86000. Mr. Bryant. I, salow: front porch: hardwood floor
Phone 2-1841. 3 blouses. 2 skirts all fo C.r apt. 89 acres grove wenT3lahed
h""o: : console. Al Wigsine 8247. I I I tile bath: partly furnished nicely LAKE DAVIS $ X.TH>!(- -
BABY house available
metal lathe 1.'; ether .Iu. Send for cata- CC t. S Pulleriuia .t APARTMENT or house Sublet your packing I and
Lo.n Herman Goodwin. Inc. Broker. landscaped. $ : term Parriaa bunvatow: *a* kitchen
of store fix- 31$. Bore ed er future Hlbbard Cuselberry! phone Winter
( a aapn DW.l' saw*electrieisrtlla. Thor ,' tare FI.ple: consisting I Ave.. Brooklyn 1. Clth. 39 K. livery..tk f and Poultry supplies de couple home; guarantee during summer excellent month car ever to Park 783. Broken Invited. N. Orange; dial I: 11'71 Real Estate. 36 E. Pine; 21646.EAST neat Right for business cash.ar HIntOn retired

t )bl of show open cigar tepee Orlando Btore.BABY SID&-I.Dcom. property conxls- People. 55.5410Si
LOGAN X-rl all. Need by April 15th. Good ref
I nr. ernn .nd. and wrapping counter. Orange Pharmacy. -I a.hydraulic Cle : tins of aqaar frame up end down I Realtor. 7632.
J. D. .. Mount and chucks i CHICKS B. Rocks. N.H. Reds. .ren e.. Call 2-4172. '
3753 Dr 1124 E. Coaa pump J. a l.t. {I .. Reds. W. Rocks jersey CENTRAL AVE.-2311 1. 3 bedroom j CLOSE IN-3 bedroom ...10.. duplex each floor ha 2 bedrooms LAKE FRONT-Frame 4 rooms and
PAIN O Sale at reasonable price A Ptl 11 Spring Oiat APT. OR SMALL Rouse. Unfurnished.By frame bungalow carage. Furnished cellent condition- Hardwood I end there i* a very neat three room bath wired for electric stove :I
C.le .tl ttcld out 8PRAY-2.na. .ua. I. W. J Oa 'W.Dot. Orphlnxtons 10O. L.-I couple no pets. Permanent resident plenty of closet Fruit tree*. Dandy 810.000 furnished. IJ 100. cash. ES-I and bath cottas la rear Price for blocks to bus. deep lot. rtpsrlan
.b. f.t Arnold .I" Hardware. Rlr Orange. SEVERAL pA.ef p..a L Miller hOJ>.15 per Hc.q.r *. Phone Mr. Head at 6492. after screened In porch; city gas; electric mediate possession. F. A. .U 814.0OOOO. CU Peter Breea with rishU unfurnished. 81.3OO cash bal-
Paint 8to. 407 8. -. Purl 21 8 i hoes: AAA aD Quad. 1.4 p 10. 11 1723 10.. j I Bundsy.AFT. I water heater. Bus at corner. Fosse Realtor. 37 W. Washington. OTIerra-Moore. lee E. 1'1... 2-2380/. ante 85O month Call 21993. John
POULTRy-WIRP,4dL Good 78M N.tDa H.t.r. Ot. OR BUNOALOW-P1araia ion March 1. finn Henry Broke 6 W. Church St
Joanulnr.wheelbarrows SCREEN DOORS-21x8"x8'x8"; 2... .c .ppt S. COLLEGE PARK-Opea for inspection -I EAST WASHINGTON sturdy and I
lawn rake hedge .'8; factory made; .Dt BABY 1. on* or two bedrooms about lot ef COUNTRY CLUB SECTION-Solid today. 2 t* 5 .. 1340 W. roomy five-room house with fireplace LAKE VIEW-Want the best buy in
sheen. Wttaoa Leonard B.r.4 3'1'10 a CC.r. U.N. ap- March or before for Army officer brick 3-bedroom bunxalew bentifal Smith a Must be sold owner trans la living room. lot of porch city? Move tomorrow Pick this UP
W. Cent rah 3-2157. Scvtt.had 'O_.tMet. delivery.Amelia; W.de I U. Articles Wanted Hundred ct $11.00per .I I sad wife; a. pet*. Phone 2-1651 oak noon til* bath tile drain- ferred. :r. Ridge en premise Wai- I and a very real value at 1.2SO with I lea than 818-OOO OU Urse rooms 4
PAI-O''ee whites 10 .nao. lo.nr dy*. or write Box 222 8r. board in kitchen steel sash. Best ten-Prycle. Realtors. 668 .. Orange one-third caoa. Call O'Barra-Moore bedroom furnished game. apart

_nt oil .surU SCRIZN. WI&mlf uuD'j ANTIQUE .JEWELRY. diamonds .. received New by M.r 1 Why pay mor' ',, APARTMENT-With 3 -beds. and buy In Orlando. Roper Realty Co. 2-4596. 2-2300. 109 E. Pine. ;, ment with tile bath Good corner

R lp Hardware. 220 8.PIPR41e..appgeuimatei "K. pp.l.r .I IrolUI srreen. win. I ISHOVELS gold. We Pr Ealr Whit H.mpl Barred Island Rk. kitchen; for a month or longer Church and Main Arrsde: 2-3433. CAROLINA AVEL-i Winter Park near EAST SUM-Concrete block. clay,; What wore could you want See Ctoy-
P x... Co .P Phoa I I 121W.Chureh.and Koneet aeptaisal_ H. L Rk. R. fewer ae ekwe in. Box 236 8-Star. shopping cni r. 4-room hooM with I til* roof .._._. 1 Bedroom baesh. Realtor. Metcajt_ _Bldg

ft. 2-U1 : I I I WhlLlhm I J1. will ship APT. OR HOUSE-2-bedrooms. In er COLONIAL GARDENS Completely bath. Only 82 850. A. Culver Golden. an furnace heat: lots of stars* room. LARK VIxTW-There's a difference In
_e; all )or 18s 8.17 -All types. 8195 and wp.Bumby AXES, ,.ntu.of all kl.d. C.OD. Ton may ck from this ad near Orlando. Permanent residents I. Broker. 1121 K. Orlando Ave near Look. 87450 Now call T. K Hastings t tRealtor. just house sod hem The inmate.

J" It Street. Bd.a 102 .Church i!I m.hi. .o. t or write 'o BMW ln 1OO* 1 children. Can do all Irma of re famished aa.e.srlara ndervn). Winter Park. Call Sun I Rm. 6. Central Artade: 42J7.-: !! you step Into this one. observe the
Furniture pair. Phone 9547. afternoonCOLONIALTOWS. nice furniture. MSB atmocphere
arrival la good
plNOb&! Used by : ; C. condition guaranteed FORREST CITY RD.-Transferred to ,
. 72 W. Pin
Hlway. .tud..L. 8TCKL .AI_ n do_a 6 Dial 4070. Southern Bte 34 E. Bay SU APARTMENT OR ROUSE-Furnished I corner lob five rooms and screened -.3 bedrooms; like I Birmingham; mast ,. -. realiie happy ttvtac with furnace
rf Palrbaaks InlereeetioB. fo.fi *q ADDING MACHINES typewriters aad house. 2 .. 2-room wash i beat In Winter and lake breosaV
Brown. I. l10i P. or unfurnished; newly married new; 3-ear carage. Immediate Poecssioa. .r .ra.
PIANO Everett upright." 3 C.n cltr W* pay good prs'' BLOOD TESTED couple can 4332. between 2:00 and [ porcn. attached .ra. Excellent 811. 00. boas M good trait tree Just la Summer. 3 bedroom with extra
F' qosrtcrs. See r tbromgb Claybautrti.
lD 57EAM CLEANER Make HeroicS .t Oer. Stuart. 1 a CCR.'00 p-s Lake Adair Section-3 bedrooms m old ApopkA Highway Owner. James I guest .
ppj41l1t1Od155UO* h i In I Main R Lb .1. condition. .500.00.. Bee U MORel Donnelly. Realtor. Metralf Bid-
11. aowt workIng d 1 1rdlo $.. APIOR HOUSE .Permanent realdents. ? baths fnrnixhrd price 810.5OO. I
10 -
for private .r small ANVIL -Tools; fitUncs vices I:8J 93 .r 10.W I LAKE VIEW 8oHd ,aa rack I* thi*
Dl* *ES Lane" .Iel : per Adult Farnlahod. nnfur- PAIRVHW BHORES-Cawrtlaad Bt:
PA.P1S MJiJ llln 10. or
replace with a heavierunit. cash c $1 95 per with O. P. 8.Re.ltor. 60 East I Orio Tlsta-New 1-bedrooea home 2-bedrooa stoaae. blurt'from two story borne a. 'I i caracc apart-
l-bedraoma. one
pair nixhed I.
F Ck.I' or near Or- :
.1 I Shil
.lt with 'I-bak. HoI Chevrolet Co. 11* W j tJ. C.OD. Ld Poultry, Box I,I leDda. Phase .138. References br.sished. 822OO. 812OO rash to handle. bws. PrIced for quick sale ment high lot It's furnished A-l
S Ola 141 electrtt kitchen 7-XW,
C lI Pine Street Phone *. Nice 1-oedrooat home; well famished; beaotlful
.D Ce.trl Aw. __ BOX MAKING MACHINE 'atol 1. 91 8OO; two adjoining Iota If deairedWould
CIU&nI. lo..U. trrincc'hue.yr PirK 'h.s wet-k
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TRtUZ PAPER DRAPES standard citrus I consider house trailer la
PAINT SHitaidepaate 'hit* bosS grade aD Ta crate (c C.O n-au bIg ROUSE. .abccI. 3 .dlllta-pa See Hampton broker 631 North OrangeAve.dialJS013. Han brfor' owner k-ares caye'1rr; Reai-
well H. trade Nielsea.FAIRBANKS
I, modern machine I. CLOSE IN- -Semi business location. ,
; eaamela. c .0.cODUt0" chicks manent residents Py 6 me. ta 11 I II 'or l.tr''< all! Bldl; .
ssg aemicM.jPIANO _ _
ware. 120 Phone 2-1M1. I ._
all WeUBniK
particulars i 90 ft. front frootaee V&-1a Winter Park
-11 .Nebraska. i : 01 J" I ChIcks Far- yy.._.in advance:_references. 8388. I 'I 'I LAKJC FRONT HOME. 4 ant
I :fIU3
TRACTOR FarmaH model. P12. ,, W. Clark Fruit Co. P.O. Box 2320. 5roomhome, furnished. Could COLLEGE PARK bedroom Jtoo.ar. Urge front worefi.
Baldwin'representativesL i .d.l. N. ___ __ __ MOUSE Oft APARTJoONTPom. f I = bath corner lot readr t move la
Steel re wheela. ._ section J.rklwt. Plorida. UL"iV1PAN-rED. c- be converted Into office or home with or without extra tot. Near business center Only WiOOUrrwt .
W8 rent..91111$ and rafinlxh. New barrow cultivator .bl planter. I BOAT 14 3 16 ft.. flat *_ 'ne gIrl, "u1fl and r.nac4. .. soon I This i* worth lnve tl stios. bcssh.belsnc'e Priced for ;.lc-k.c Call Mr CoVe *. A. .'? Ooldeti Breaker, M30a :''eParS Hu ...:ls. Biokei
8M 1tir. piano*. a Mu .. a, auie beet P CaeUe. j I I ., telepatoBo" 3-4t06. 1p -I I ht.. Can W wp la | as possible rail for Mr*. Adams a* I I monthly. Price 814.0OO. 2-3269 er 2-1699. "Bpeak to ep *.t. J121 V. OrUnoo Ave. '..r.aceypw 104 S Slain -tilOntlnaetl
e Rides Road. Inquire O. Ir. Chapman. Pevltryman's S-159L. 6-ae. MI.- U Monday tan I I OrwOwm with HenrsB Coodwim Anal I WlutBrv eptegel Realty Ce4 Beaitor*. I >, Winter '. Can .. af tar-
Z .n Market. I W. Oraocai $ 6.1 Pr1IIa I I Broker en u. orange: dial 1iI5,. I I 706 Metcalf Bdk I [ On Nest Fare



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&nnba! t3Jrntintl-&tar I I I 51. Dot for.Sal ;I 51_ House* for Sal_ 51. HOUSCT for Sal I II I t St. Houses for Sal I II % Groves for Sale j 54. Lots for Sale ]! 55. Country Property for Sale 56. Business Property for Sale.

ORLANDO PUIRITA LAKE FRONT-Frame bungalow: 3- ;I PRINCETON AVX.. W. Move right I I I NEW HOME-8 bathe. .1 COLLEGE PAR-lle Iet'l COUNTRY HOME-Wen built. 3 bedrooms I INCOME PROPERTT Duplex. with
bedrooms. 1 tin large I In. Completely furnished bungalow.I and I HOME AND have High : electricity one acre land four rooms end bath above: Veer
PAGE 12IA1 FEB. 23. 1947 sua porch; kt ct large r rooms bath screened front ATTENTION ROME $SEEKERS. I k 0a&.o ht. lake looking OVY."I.. t 3 bedroom .1 tots fo 111..e cr.e.. le..r Realtor. J' block off maia hlshwsy. few miles garage In rear. Income 817S per
9788. oat 3750. terms. Asher Peter I month. Price. 813.500. terms. 8amHutfhlns.
I win the home | :
tot landscaped immediate : porch.
..t ; 1 lpd.r1 I 1 & pl pl f1 etnau O'Ne Realtor cor. Central sad Mala Broker. 2O6 8 Slain 7811.LUCERKE .

(C.t f Precedinc P _. ,For a 834 appointment 8. Lake _p k Ote.U.oe C. Stewart. Realtor Open J1 W. Princeton I 64 most..aa.CtLDPORnt McKelvey R.tt l.17.fL on. 1.) ft. I, CLAY. I.-er IL Clay Lake and A.MI. 786.

Formosa Dr. O'e 9768.nm Ave..Sunday 18 ... to S p-m..Triple U a 1 Present Income I I. : COUNTRY PLACE-Here are S 2'I'I SECTIOH-Tw settle aa

Si. Bras for Sale ROAD Winter Park 2- bra**: s"can le. CORNER 1.OT-Lot 1. Block B. East I| with a ranch type buns alow,
see or offering
LUY horn*. Just completed; upper CA-ae' lower 1 14.P lot 150x1(5. tapestry Williams.e 21 W. W8 0- I, Lancaster Hrtihts. l Beautiful Box- I trio hot water neater brand estate we are
Ra. residential sl.OOO.
r LAKE ITAHBOX : (7975.casement Oak windows floors th'; metal 3 r* and out bath with: ..1 bathroom finished brick p.a_.t 2 bedroom 1 today. I t S tea \10. 239. !- t.r. section. I i Spiegel-(6500.00.; Whitney easily financed.Spiegel Realty"Speak CeResltors. *. :; apartment property. aU famished excepting

l. ct
cottage It ft.a.-paved porte eochere S block from CLOSE IN Lakefront lot over 400 i j 706 MetcaU Bldg. 23269.CONWAT will
n I 11 O.t.a e bungalow. completely furalahed. tile construct ... at ( (.) It Pay
Xxcellent location. 864)00) for I at.n tube. lt beauti 04 stores: on 1..w Lk.. INDIAN RIVER-140-acre I..1 ft. deep: variety of palms and fruit New, 2-bedrwB furnished

sale. Courtney Realty. 392 K.ak I R for Pu. financing. Orlando bearing orange trees I Lane room with fireplace 3 e with bedrooms. 2 lug grove; Y.lll Ma: trees, pecans lawn and axaleas inquire 1 frame bungalow: two large I you to mvestlsate this offering. BeeGee.
o. baths automatic farnaeee. elee
ange: dial 3-2471. BI.1 (72 loaded with fruit. More la at once J kitchen.r seedless .rpfl& ..1 & <: at 301 N. Tampa. I porches Venetian blinds garage;

I N. oae: dial 251. evenings a and .good income from rented fine porches plenty tropical fruit 'I car trio garage and basement 2 large laundry.tots with 1- years location old. cold cat.e''i DUBSDREAD zOo ft- on paved ,I II fruit trees. Oa 6 acre tract Immediate P. Bi. Realty C. 19 X. Central
Ph. warm i
$4.800. :
UCn PA-3 I east; ean. Wlt. P.I IRI .prent P. 2-24. I orange e Must be sold immediately soever. Also 5-room modem : I I street cornering on golf course; possession. .IIe.f. trsnsferred I
I I LAKE DAVIS PINS CASTLK s-room trees. Immediate Pos ctose it today.Located :::'.,. half or whole. (10 Per foot. says sell at (7950. Wheeler Ave.LAKE .
!a. e. N. l. 1 A 1.a 1.0 t etat S low tenant house; 2 tct. i Broker 5034.DELANEY with M. J. Moss 13th. Broker. 132 5.Maln.Phone .
1 block I Iteaks. i
ana 1m 4rol 1. Pfl. .t. sprayer duster I If j I
welt 1. o 6977 .
stove and well session. See H today (13.000. terms Ramona 1 or 22070.ouNTRYUTATE20 fur-
Ja UI ro. 1U fipl across &trm D"L 0 I on L. between ( artesian wells SECTION fine 50footI LUC Completely
w.t Jt nice bath; close to I beaten c. screened :. t1S. D. SPn. Lake Drive a'.o uat return Na, Immediate Price Martin. arranged. Harold lhh.r Realty right at 14OO W. Cola "len: ssvs sell for 885O. Wheeler with M. J. trees. Excellent garden space: : 10 bedrooms. 4V. baths. (31.500-
P I .I. ep
.tn .a Ana I I boxes price. re .. 13th. Broker. 132 S. Mala.i paved highway: utilities irrigation Betty Treat Loans Broker 349 N.
3 less than cost 'I Goodwin. RBI ST. EL 3-bedroom com- NOble Smith. Real Estate, a."a l.e.de J P" system. Beautiful home OB high.bilL }: Park ph. 01$.
Dt.Ote lac- Broker. 677 N. Orange; co 12 S*. ;i phone 6977 or 2-2070. _ I| i iI Orlando Ave. Winter
BamJohnson dial 5.MONOL. farb cm. lt Ideally I Phone .IIL dace t l1S.0 : I 10 rooms. S bedrooms. 2 baths tli.5OO. .- I
.2. t J. P. Mattox. .. la. Beautifully
a... I 1 arranged ofl Price I .r. .plht wU DUBSDREAD COUNTRY CLUB section I H cash. White Bros. Brokers I, LAKE PROPERTY)
21 ..11 with .D 145 N. -large tots tow as 495. easy I masonry construction 3
AVX.-(Just off) This ex- M.i $80. I (24 N. Mills: 2-1688.
LAKE DOT S-otory gves* homo, furnished I home with hardwood 11.0 ., Building Cb r ATTENTIOW OF and Civilians-.We I terms. Pay monthly. Hove tot paid I large modem rooms and porch. Lot3x6W.
20 '
overlooking lake beautiful bom R.lt. l) ., INDIAN RIVER-Kxtra .n I site.
: ; floors Is being sacrificed I I can BOW build for you at once a for when building materials beCOOlSavailabie Ideal tourist tamp
grave I
view; 10 n bh I by touhoat :110. 5-room home and bath of good construction PRESCOTT V. en offers a citrus and tpi fnlt Property In this high classsection Fishing and bathing. This home and
beat: ,u t This is one.r. the 110.0.fua ROBINSON ATX.-1402 X.; Friendly and furnish tot on excellent t bedroom bOI. Is a between River Indlal. ModESt Ban.n Most Is bound to Increase rapidlyin I{i PA'b 20 acres, an equlp1 'I business property never before offered -

close to Sunshine rfre Auditor I days market and within I. walk- corner. 3-bedroom comfortable All for 86.800. We can pu.l Drm of pleasant 19. oa 11.Dd. fruit value. Buy today ahead of thislocrca.e. 1 3-car garase at an amasina tow price. Ph.
ium. Estate .y frame completely furnished Jtoa I to the private 2 S colored houses. miles Winter Park 525.LONEYMAWIGRancbes..
property: at special bu.al. an (0 or 90 .au.bl i We have some beautiful 3
lag distance of business district. when
A-l. supply :7to
price for immediate sale .D'' Oeo P. Brass Realty IS S ; el ol store and busline FHA Cn. 112..0. Peao'ontU.. Stl. JroUr. freezes hit to stabilize most b Preese never large Iota right on the golf course.Water. I on stain hithway. Pb- ) Pa.

possession. A alee location (11.I tral Ave. Co Z For b) .nr. Price (124)00..) Cra l. H. (72 Bl.d. Ore Ra d .:10 45W.1 A. 12 acres aa lights gas and bus available.Paved. Sanford UJW.PARMERS. :! equipped and unequipped Motels.
good terms. Oem Johnson Co- kDOW ber. a\r Owners. I
I .U. Carrigaa Boland. Taverns. Hotels. Gas Stations. Stores.
2 a nicely furnish STETSON W Park to 251. PersIan limes, avocados
Mala.LORRAINE -1. or 1
K eT.-with front of sectionsof mangoes and bananas Diversified 672 N. Orange. Carrigan Bldgj Shops. Homes .outstanding vat5051

Anb fur- e& ho.location and near oe to it's rapidly Increasing NEAR BALL PARK-Neatly furnished varieties. Over 60O feet beautiful -II 2-4551; evenings. 2-2534. ATTENTION! ( acres Great variety sIze price purpose.

J b. elee- p says sell for (11.500... OIDdo makes homes a safe SPECIAL VALUES 2 Mr home that j ready for frontage each river. Pishing excellent mack land on lake Two Get local lists. C. U Brady. Strout
t.r& Only SS.3OO. ...I.d' offer. Anyone in the market tO a ..... this lt. W. offer I a"n. L. .a Home site. On paved road. Electricity. ESTHER ST. EAST Two good bund small houses; store building partly 1 Realty. 318 Vi W. Colonial Dr.. Or
Brk.. 1131 N. miss Ceo. I a 2-bedroom 3-bedroom frarn. pre U. m.k. Tenant building with worker residing. I log lots at 855O each or 81075 for finished. Cue mile outside Orlando. lando. Fla. Phone: 1-1376. Btrout
Orlando A... Co. 19 A... t..lhe for 11.0 or will sell eD and bath; I..l breakfast room. 2 garage. Tckl..d Im..Uo. CU; both if you take them this week. Green
tar Park can Sun. afternoon. Br.R.lt) for will accept Owner a lr. an(rm I .. .ul 11. Terl.. Kershaw A.el McNntt-Heasley, Realtors. 15 W, able terms. CaU William Mathews Co.,-t. M STEt new. fur fue(4.5OO "lr. take oaple Pe | carry back a or.iT.O 44. Cocoa. Florida. !, Wasninstou St. Phone 5106. with Sam Hutehias. Broker. 2O6 8.Msia. what you wantl Where? Whoa? Price?

.-_ D bun gage back Owner u out of .nI Uue 10. Harlow O. : 7811. Terms? We will try to save you Time-

LRCAT". ae I ..1.. ar.porch cozy kitchen and .1. -.Y sold. 2-story Cola home: 1 large rooms Dial (188. INDIAN RIVER Merrills Island EAST ercB Beautiful building Iota i PARM-200 acres. 70 acres., all Money throush our helpful .;- r..d

tiled roof weU furnished .U )kU W IlrL Venetian Ready e. R.ltr. ST Metcalf and I..; 1H baths large "It's great t live la Orlando. and droves.tropics-No We frost d.m..oWar your priced at 8375 and 8475. See H. 1..1 cleared. 9-room house and bath. service. Strout Realty. 318 S BV W.
bU 1. l. p..ar. Building lpe. famished. Colonial Dr.. Orlando. Pla.--Pl1o.
immediately occupied. 814.000. Completely Electricity:
oldIUn uaU.ble with 1-110. O.nr Jones. Broker 2121 Conway ,
are lion at this particular time.
appointment. .tto fo nr MTO Phone bard road: 2 deep wells: tractor: dlae: 2-1378. Strout Sells! List Your Noel
.) Rb" Ha. from HEW -'-sang year rental 20 4 1144.EDGEWATER
) wish. frame Gar acres. acres acres -
with R. Tyre. I easy you Bt-r P.r detaIls Georgia von 1 ct plow: mowing machine12 head of ORANGE yC NORTHfi a,'.
Rl Ratr. 1 W. X. Hall with Harold Shepherd fruit. 3850. en Ir.Ratr. waiting for man who bun this limes and bananas. HEIGHTS-147 Road.1
(174.LAEXPRONT ..0 .t.e& a..do m.ne. cattle. 400 chickens: 200.000 ft. of ( well located business
house at Apply 1(70 Indianave. hottest buy in
Realty Co. 20 Washington Bt.Phone I Maia; 181BOtE' 1.4. B.aUfu..er fr.t.. oa 2 Reading Road rust off Adair
5124.MICHIOA.N. K H.n B.rel Brker. 1 a .. Witr Prk. rivers. levard. Paved street. All timber. Move right In. A whole tot property. SO ft. frontage cementblock

IUt- Lovely AVE Petion 41.1 :10.l. BARGAIN-.New 2-bedroom home on 2O acres.ll 0. citrus. Water t water. paid. AU of tots 9 and 10. part of for jour money. Price. fU.ooo: lcssh. building 3SI40 ft. Immediate

lake frl Ir b. Central 2 CLOUD. PLA.-Bargain la us .1 the highway In: bus line. (1JMMown. Excellent d.e.ttaUD Homo tots ( and ill Block 10. (30 per front I One. two or three years. P. H. _IOn. 810.500 takes It. terms
Realtor. 21.
heating. landscaped : bualo. .1 plt b.1 of concrete for. 854 c Beautiful com- site. 832.5OO. foot. Owner. Mancel Lawrence Phone Black. phone Longwood arranged See Mr. Little with Harold
O 1. lb.
l sloping .Several a.r.; cU Aluminum ( nm. oak non Chenault Jennings lc K. or residential lots. S1OO down. 10 acres. (0 t 1r.2 w.ndnnlle 4161 business hours. :HOME AND GROVE.1U1C i i ShepUM-d Realty Co.. 20 X. 1DCt. -
shrubbery Ierda rn.
; I .. St. Phone 5124.
fruit trees. Hish tr. al I.a plumbing. Lot S Orange Ave. Phone D. Moore phone S78T 1 furnished bungalow furnished
terms. HOLDER 8HORES-lOO.foot lot overlooking
llhbbo Close b Price for or...U abol.. ;8.(5.150. from center of town. 8cbl 2 bb or .ot 10.0. Lake Holdea. A steal at !rental cottage. 600 ft. road treata/ I Ii ORLANDO AVE. Winter Park) S
(1.& a B Kltt- I..Johl. 28 "ala Write P.O. Box 1091. S\ BUOAW.DU Bmet.ra _sell 1 t citrus. 2 rivers 1300. Wheeler with M. J. Moss 13th. I 159 full bearing Valencia trees. apartments 106 feet oa blab..'.
redge. Realtor; : MR 8T- EAST Near Bh.D ST. room house tar a. 1. c OWlr OWNE TSlWt 10.0 Broker. 132 8. Main phone 697T or I i chicken house and runs. 4 miles out. j Income last month 84OO. Price (22.-
LAKE FRONT eaclualy.eomuaity Le Ap.rleDt Lovely 2- ed C1 Each has private tile lt elea' .Ile.. 10 citrus: also mangos ..ad.yo.do. 2-2070. .! 889OO .Immediate possession. C. P.Shuinway 500. Frank Creba. Realtor. 507 MeUcalfBuUdingphone121710.
lie kitchen
16.0 er. WI .tr.a. bath and : double |
BOwI Exquisitely Orlando "at .ar. 2 (17.500. Realtor. 140 N. Orange; .
( 3-aerea of eontnoa change tile drains kitchen air rnr. : _
) P. May be seen at 1307 N. i
t caU.e.Ial.t Wemo INDUSTRIAL LOT-110x150 ftcor-j
furnished Box 176. 10 acres dial :13282BOME _ _ BLOSSOM TRAIL .
wooded and landscaped and Dr. for Mr. or Ita. B.uual bomele. of ORANGE 9 -Most
A Nashville and Tennessee.
.r.an' fue '
small o. .. House e 1..o H Itud. Ratr. 2 8UURA Attractive cmon .) luu. A ML Hr 1 lr.e o.k fODt. r (4.000 cash or terms. Clark P.; I!, AND 10 ACRES-High fine fortunes made ia real estate are
balance large rooms tile Hintea. ey.5OO ho. 120.0. oak land half of development; made baying in line of progress. This
p1 .5 1. U5.O. Raltr. 12. Owner 130 S. Court StOrsnge
"Be trade. Dial .r. MXNENDXZ CT,-2-story stucco on prh.I 2-car garase. 2 chicken I DW e you a lot. S-room 2 AO. 12 .cr. Ct. lc..to I Hotel lobby phone 20237.- I I'I 'I electricity available: Immediate poe- highway is going to be a second Orange
.I for 191T hollow tile. 3 bedrooms .D bU of .a..I. o )o or .an AddltoDa lad Worth 1 session. Price (1.500. terms. Mr. Ave. Tourist cottages trailer
.r.D cata .
and unfurnished .e.t ..m.n r ebel. (30.0. LOTS OF LOTS Coloalaltowa See- Lane with Herman Goodwin. lac- markets ta fact almost
LAKE charmingDutch IVANHOE SECTION A Price bal 10.& "IU terms. Prank 1 ..r. Ctr t and SOMETHTNO TO CHICK OR ape. e. .. t .1t 1 HOle. tea front. 2 rivers. I'I tion-very desirable and highly re- I I! Broker. 677 N. Orange: dial 9855. camps all lines super of business. For a limited
l t al.hb. at .
Clat b Building; ro. days U. 10t 1 citrus trees .many avoca stricted. Call Ray Lennon with Joe I offer 649 feet
Cb R.lt. 1' Met .I Co"DIDc Of.r This 3 theLake Can Real LAKE FRONT Two acree north time we are able to
plul tr l.t 1- bOI. 1 B.r.lt Vetra. Ett do. 12.5. G. Myers. Realtor. 29 W. Washington. I
490 feet wide Just
deep by
most 2-110. fllhe P oU. atloD Is an & ( I Dial 6638. shore large lake. Citrus trees Modem -
I. 2.48. 15.c. I
"a.ua M. Vergowe. .r.o.pfrlt & restrictionsor
3 bedrooms aaa block house le.t .10. value. Built best bouse. Good road between Or- the line of city limits BO
o garage: large landscaped l. DR-oret r. Sturdy construction .Itr. 29 X. St. Phone 7833. It be had completely latrl ONS OP THE BET .-.a houseswe sr.e.water b.au.l. 66O home-fe' LAKE FAIRVIEW new. small die- ', lando and Winter Park. 811.75O Telephone city taxes. Adjoins one of the
bt I alI have
nothing to compare with 2 year built .P roof: the furnished for 811.80O with less & bungalow sites..(12.500.Trafford frDt.e. Fe trict adjoining city limits. A lovely Owner. Winter Park 54-W. largest trailer camps on highway
lt. ..1 Lot 75x150 ft. SUURT j ltl .ht cash. For appointment .the ,foot .r.all the building slte No tot less than JOO which Is crowded. Present Income
813.500 terms an
see. Realty
ltr. Co- Realtors
able. Johnson. Realtor 0al plor ct. In community aS ) b..d a..n ..block ba Peiffer with t .oer features quality materials _Since 1917. feet. Improvements all in. See H. E. (195 montb besides a fine new hometo
A.612. "Specianslnc laHomes. new h- for quick from bus 1 miles bU Orlando.Mrs. ton. M. Stt. c.tru. u. large and al- Wheeler with Harold Shepherd Realty I I live and all this land. The nice
Or. o .D R.ltr "et.l PI. that it better andcheaper LAKEFRONT CAMP SITES-Oa westside
.* sale. 2nd. Cathryne Roulstone. 5159. I 15-ACRE acres Co. 20 E. Washington St. Phone >Investor will want to aceulro this
house 13. Railroad on Clayton Realtor; a252.SUT .1. to buy It .build. Price. 9 years ORY1 HamUn i12.. of Lake Sheen one of the !i property. For complete details please
o 11.BOO 00. O'H.r.-.ore. 2.2 900 trees In all 5-room.mle. Cr m LANCASTER PARK Corner lot prettiest lakes ef the Wlnder.iereChain. call at office. Prank Crebs. Broker
LOK-Pmloe4 ready t Dr.Mt. SEONlo 10 E. Pine. I ern bungalow completely furnished. lakevtew. Low So they win get Fla. prevailing SOT Metcalt Building.
with for sale
price quick
'. "aa.o. THIS is what have been 3
a .1. clPltl.fur you lookingfor. Beautifully I I winds In the Summertime over
heater landscaped. Double Owner. 342 Cathcart St- phone 7O15. RAIIGE.vSPROPERTY'lO.171I
garage I
Also 5-room .our with two New home. 4 from hard roadto
cottage masonry rooms running
tu abel et Iot. Iled- HOMES-We have with acres each
electric refrigerator and necessary See Mr. ECONO.Y 3-room apt poultry LAKE MARY 2 tots also I ft. with 14-room frame building.
lk about 500-foot frontage I.t ) P 14.5. and 3 tile. Screened porches. ; framing the lake have been cleared. your I
ktl They have 4 house
plt furniture. 2 bedrooms living and : new Irrigation H I _ulo. Good apartment
with 1.0. .rIl Can get quick
dock and an Meal Pl Realty '. arranged. Rt. doors windows aluminum roofing for real boating and
1 101. I .70. rooms Two brand mile choice. 81.000
SlbUor. are from
lake. I
place t U. enjoy life. (14.500. front dining porch rooms, kte.".U.re.e. a E. Washington St. Phone 2. or Ph. 116 Clt)33A2. and well built. Better come la .Im.e. 6 miles 14 from miles St.from Kls- etc. Lights and water. Bargain. Apply I fishing this is Central Fla best. W.. ,' balance house terms.site.Total.Price.821.OOO...000 dart cash.

Ut Jrke.to 423 I. o.a..Pb fiDe basement and garage. Lot 112.'j,OAG. A. Ce.ka located; set detailed Ifor.U. McNutt- Sam Young. Kuwimmee Coud P.rl. 10 Miles Marks N.Service Orlando.LOCKHART Station. hiway 17. K. Price. Real Estate. 246 8. OrangS.Phone F. Bryan. Real Estate. 130 S. Court
2D. Cr. blocks 6385.
1 acre with 25 .l lu..lo. He.le. .It. WU St.. Orange Hotel lobby phone
Lk. See me Immediate possession. or.n. Orange. M. Blta Empire 8L P.60.UFHJ S-ACE full-bearing grove and -2 tots on paved street I 2-0237.
there Sunday. tr Owner. 8 Winter Park 1815. any of these homes. S ldo. Hotel. 'I extra good lad for sell trade for car. Inquire Francis I
e.h. Crcl. trucking or more citrus. Mills. Bear Late.1.0THOrange Sacrifice for
LOVELY 5-room bouse two 4-room bungalows etr NEAR LOCKHEART -
LAKE BILVEH.-PuQ privileges. MAGNOLIA AND GRANADA Am furnished. 11750; 3 bedrooms tarnished corner completely warm spot. No freeses. 30 miles from amen cottage. new.lyrepaired.
furnished. .'. sleepIng Could lived AveSHOO. Princeton 81090. 4 lots
2-bedroom home. selling this attractive two-bedroom ) Llt I Orlando. Hard road. Nice home site. Aweltrn RAILROAD FRONTAGE

New .0 kitchen p.r fu.I 1m. fKI. oa OrO.d.. ito bilnds. morrowed closet alt .011 owner will keep. continue What you
and .. 40. hag been caned 1V4 double garage 810.500; MODERN 3-bedroom home. 1 it Agency; : 8. Court; 2-4481. raretaklng for WI. de lots. Tom MrElheny. Broker. 1407 E.Washtnstoa 'ON LAKE. paved road 10 minute Joints north city limits: 6O3' oamaia
Aut Jat .
(390O M. .t ness affording unusual opportunityor .u baths overlooking lake; well landscaped sired. Wonderful opportunity for inexperienced St. dial 2-3937 and ask I drive attractive home partly furnished I railroad; .- water main; bus

."*"pr f.'o 0. e..1?.nncU. [ laU'or a professional location. lake front 3 bedrooms and den. (13500 *- ; plenty o or.De trees. B' 1-1.. Lake County Property man to acul. small for Tom. with 3 bedrooms electric service at the door plus 3 tots facing .
Broker. W. Church.I-IHJ fe. O. J. Rode buy la Winter P.k. Thirty grove with definite while LAKE FRONT tots-In Interlaken; kitchen cheap rates about 4 acres I main paved road. Hard to beat this .
bnih. . Cou ; Lancaster Park 2 bedroom furnished possession. 11.'S. D. A. WO. XUSTTS-New cement block effll learning grove business. Extra land Unusual. City conveniences: restricted. of grove and garden land with palm I price of (7750 or (12 SO e foot
bun ward. R.lt.. 13 England curl cottage. 4 r. and i is good for sn additional (3.0OO Nydegger In.. Co. 506 K Front: it's a real buy on terms boldIng I Guernsey and Green Inc. Broken.
)OBTET-" Several excellent condition Winter Prk. Bice Ire .ted. (3.000. profit next Winter if begun 0. Colonial Dr : dial (065. its value through thick or thin. 4196 5

TJVW08TOH ATX-1(40 h .1.)l.l. .a 9.1.e.t.a- 1.0.B. GOLDEN HAS IT-64.250 to (6.90O. 2 W. J. KI. Realtor, T..r.Pla.KUSTIS :win work with buyer on this, too. if LANCASTER PARK OverlookingLake See Claybaugh. Realtor. Metcalf Bldg. I

Open today from 3 until I ing. DD Realtor. McGin. Realtor. 1208 N. Orans and 3-bedroom bo.furnished ..r11he -Ctose b( rooms and bath. I desired. This. place is good for an Lancaster In most beautiful PINE CASTLE-10 acres. Bear Bead

b and p.m. NORTHWEST-One of the most at .. Some Small cost would ,Income of 11.0 00 year beginningnext part of Park. Restricted area among Road near Daetwylers Nursery and I SOUTH 8?. 424 I.-2-story cement

tive large 1p.&l.'Ctre k.cU.of the recently "a block 4147. to (1,500 do.a See me m.r J with good rentals j I Is a good time to beautiful homes. (2.300. Phone ownerat airport. 4 room. new bouse. Eeetrto-' block construction tort building

time offered. Bee.Tracy P0 bungalows this one often .h' you ,, when you have a. ao.t to 8.000.. Klstler. Realtor. Ta- compare places. This one 1 made 2-O647. It). 83.750. I with 2-bedroom. furnished apartment

premises or Oeo. P. Brass Realty can't bald aow.o full '1. bat SOUTHEAST EXCTION-Well constructed pay down. A. Culver .. Broker. .. .. P. I more valuable by freezes. Price. ORWIN MANOR-Nicely located tot .. 2nd floor. Available to buyer.

19 Z e.t Ave. There te lom l. IY. frame (-rooms; screened 1121 N. Orlando Ave.. (near under LEBU LAKEFRONT-New ef- 18.1 0. Addre.. Owner P. O. Box 50x120-only 800. Btlmpson-Sta- SUBURBAN TOWN-Attractive 2 bed Furnished cottage la rear total Income

log room .dtt ebl porch garage; fruit t ieU.rof pass I Winter Park. Call S..after- "u..lo.. cement blockconstruction. 12. ton Realtors "ekalf Bld.. Phone room bungalow on 3 acres. Attractive (150 per month. Price (14.000

&extra large >.1 t ; lot UOd3. 1.10 nO. Urge rooms and bath. 159. landscaping; 78 large citrus I with terms. This win give you a
a garage ON T.AKE New 53. Acreage for Sale trees and chicken houses: on to live la and In
LAKE DOT SECTION-5-room frame .IU peat tn We S..t 626 Piner bungatow. fu 11.0. W. J. Kistler. Realtor Ta- ORWDi MANORi-Northeart corner : garage close la apartment
*" _a. Her buy.beautifully 2 Westchester hard rosd: convenient to stores come. Frank Creos, Realtor, $07Metcslf
and 110 X
.S10- A good buy W c.tct I. P. Canterbury; !
Jton Price Northwest
furnished. 80-scre schools and churches. Immediate 2-1710.
(5600 easy with How SOUTHEAST BXCTION ( hays ro. pre..nrI LAKE C 'rut 140 ft., with tall pines: D. D. Riddle. Building: phone
tr la COUNTY-Grocery and General .
Reese C. B. Call Paul
ard. 306 N. '3.. Cal Prod. .. .IU. O'Ha-"o. a nice frame ( room b &. A I looking .fishing.: beautiful and Yl. Spec good Merchandise. Good brick and 104 E.a.Jefferson.e. ; Dyl i 21 E. Central ph. 2-4631.: I Hardman possession.with Priced Martie right.WillIams Real STORE BUILDING-Ux32' at County -
10 2-1141.
LAKE FRONT Barton P" large rooms new roof screened .wmD. ..U. stucco building. 2nd floor 6 line. Needs some repairs. 1.250
paved road St. Phone
tor. 21 W. Washington
southeast 1 I NORTH BIDE-TNear Orange Ave.) and back .. 1 ear garage. ll Prc. 1. fare (.1. and FERN CREEK AVE. and PD.har.t. with some stock. S year lease oa a
; room. and
sidewalks clear 11
prch. title. Lot
eb rrame. 2 bedrooms and O' b.U. l fr. dlpl.) 2 8106.
Co. lot. Rt. 1. Bo 134. Maitland
screened porches and acres; Ideal for painted eJ paved .ue" bus. Only 13 B." -a. 0. This Is exc.1eD' box I.t. re..n.bl.. T..Rt and 12. biock 4. corner south and
r..U.o permanent living. Ex porch. R..1 aD t from downtown. You should U ..11 mall town with a good .da. area. Orlando.LAKEP'RONT20 Bumby, 2 for (15OO. Lot 9. block 7. STICKLES CABIN COURT-V. mile
,15. Joa one. Ask for X. Stewart 9U H.ro NEW 2-BEDROOM HOUSE all mod No competition. Health age acres close to Win corner Mayfalr and Bumby. (750. Lot SUBURBAN LAKEFRONT Twenty- north .f Daytona Beach oa U.S. 1.
f &, & Ratr. 140 Hom.s.NORTHEAST .. ; .1 Shepherd Realty Co M WU- .r garage breeseway; large tot; force owner to retire. This old established I I ter Park. 1400' on lake. 84000. half : 6 and H or 7. block 13. corner Msy- acre suburban home (about 3 miles Holly Hill. Fla. 6 units and 3-room

fur Including new eb e.ha. 1 St. Phone rooms and ciOt 85995. Brokers business property and fixtures cash. Also 3 acres lake close to fair and Bumby. IOOO. No calls Baturday. out). with attractive fourbedroomblock bunsatow. 28000. Owner retiring.
with 400-foot frontaseon
rao house
a protected. Rio Grande caa be purchased Orlando excellent 82000. terms. I'
1.1. BOUTEKAST SXCTION Why pay for t. low o Owner. Ph. 6770. Terms
2-15 dUo
lake. Furnished including all electric
Will sell furnished; possession at price of Stock Frank 533 -
ESTATE V4 rent when you buy this nest i I lt. 12.0. at I.n.tn. Mo. WetmorlD.t.1 OAKMONT ST. aQ workshop I WASHINGTON ST. X- 2-epertmeat
Modern J .. 'Ph. 5OO8. W. J. U.. -100x115. with equipment garage
3 "TI baths maid's home .. IEO 3 3-room tarnished bOU for 44.2OO! I Rator. 110. Improvements; well restricted. H also. Price. 816.5OO. A wonderfulspot frame bungalow tot 82 x 150 and
L :1 .,. .1 pt. 1. This 1 1 on 100x150 f\ and la good I LMBU HOME and ten acres. A LAKE FRONT_ acres East of 0 block to Lake Ivanhoe. 81,650. W. J. for the Camellia or flower en soned for business completely furnished

M. ae.. I. Owner 1. "lblrhO See P. .Real- T 5-room bungalows. (4.900. fu farohe. lando on a very pretty spring fe Boning. Realtor. 145 N. Main: 8361. thusiast. Call Peter Preen 1PIUI'O'H.rra"oo price 89.000. Frank Crebs.

V r U undamaged recent cIt. IDI 1. (8.000. .Y For )Co CeDtrl Ave.8URBURAN I and (6.5OO. Wht Bros.. _a. Oe 10..r. Iske. AU nice high Oat and pine lad ORWIN MANOR-Larse corner tot. ,.. 109 E, Pine. Dial Resltor SOT Metcalf Building; phone
) Il 2-213 Brokers; (24 N. Mills et with several No Price w. A. 3-1710.
TU i P 11.0. I Principals 0617.IORTaSA81 ...b.t furnished dl:1. eltr. .e. Keaney..aIP. 140. High. Improvements In and paid for. 2-2360.
grove. Only 4 miles from town. Leaving ;
ready .150 .) WINTER PARK Hlghwsy 17-92. corner
.tnt. 01t ; & .u. ". large parkway. Ideal as Investmentor SUBURBAN Little farm nicely -
SALE! If have so must sell. Contact Hal Stone. Ideal location
Pld. 18.500 terms. Ratchlns. OWN yu 1120 home site. Ph. owner 8039. days. fenced. 2 acres. Modem new tIle tot 150x270.
S. PSlLSUMMERLIN less than can Route 3. Box 39 Leesbarg. Bunnyslde 2L APOPKA Section-13-acre tourist court, gas station. New, modern
2-bedxoom 10 ..1 :o rDt ORWIN MANOR-Nice lot in Stratford bungalow: 5 large rooms oa highway.
.m room for. I'll sell the 4- Rd. on 3O acre lake lust offJohn's 2-bedraom home. 13x13 utility
.LAKE FRONT a Urge beautiful Orlando bus. Telephone. O. A. Dear-
built ST. North Transferred
corner section. TOO. Many other tots
lake hut .-. city nice "u.o.. J lH. to must sell bo. home t the finest section MT. DORA New bungalow. Wood Fishing Camp Highway. Owner for (3OO up. James J. Hackett. Real tog O..ner. Phone 3I1-R-U. building block construction. Priced
1t "\ .trt W B.ha and beautifully says at 8850. Wheeler with for sale. Inquire 130 N. Orlando
paved Lot 1 th baths.taraie. omplel construction t. largeliving 01 tor. 1317 quirk
moL .I. drain central beat (-room. 1 14 brm Bligh Blvd. -Opposite
I ktlen M. J. 132 8.
to be .
Lows system with heater tab and stop at 3 blocks t.me No di. room dining 1m 0.13tl Brkpr. 1.1n ACLRR Depot. dial 758$. Ave. Winter

foI Iske. l. waU bW A m.U ole. .D.ta w.tr.Ud Un1 I of High School. dor J.me Don spent. Oh & M.dltr..e..r stylehome. -. kitchen ".U. utility rom Double. phone _2-2010 PRINCETON A VL50 x 139 Pine SMALL FARM of 4 acres en pa.ed' 17-93 HIGHWAY-New store baudIns. -
.ua bU.al. bul' 6 885OO. .era. nelly. Ht. Forest City Road. Or- : garace wood tr eODcre LAKE FN ACEAGEM.I.nd highway about 10 miles from Or 1OO ft. oa highway lust north
tr. c.n. 2 with apartment If location for a nice home. 900.
Strictly yoewant Insulation walls and .
c.tcUa ControL Phone lando. P15.srn .I. tlo. .01 8 lsndo. Good little famished 2-bed of Fairbanks Avenue. Ideal for fancy
Ratn K A Frank Crebs. SOT Metcalf
Very large living room lr..l C.rr. you money's Investigate ... two-car garage attached by 4H miles from Orange Ave. 1.0. Building; room boase. Garase and chicken fruit business. It Is a value at 814.-
overlooking thl Shown by appointmentonly. screened breesewsy. assorted Easy .. phone 2-1710. Harold Shepherd
Bush with
C".Dt. 500. See Mr. -
prl Ik..o..kit ter. Hem.n houses. Quick possession as owneris
with ST. WZST.-Puuralow with Box 252 citrus few Plo'UO.l. PALM TERRACE Beautiful
aok. .) ) &t. 're. te. Broker. 67T Or.n. dial 9855 or buildingsite leaving State. Don't miss this buy Realty Co- 20 X. Washington
large bedrooms, 1 Spacious t bedrooms. T. iota well OPEN FOR INSPECTION-1642 Mt.Vernoa. town Illt. location 666O. : lake view and lake fronts. with St.
Ueb.t. at only 4750. Trade Swain
!ORTneeDt high- with trees and shrubs. Streets blocks Lake Franklin Attractive prices. Carl Tetder Deveioper. ;
Modem, 2-bedroom. A-I fro.
c C..t.U 2 MERRITT IhLAND-120-acre Louis Geeslln. Realtor. 143 N. Maia HIGHWAY Large frame house
ear r auto pa.d L.tl. Is convenient t nicely Near five Completely tra" 31 N. Orange: 2-0442. : 17-92
o ohol. .
". .o.. 1t .t. the I.U tr best ne applt .hODDI. center and th e.dltl.school ..fne.. blok.. In style. 835 asacre; 15-acre t.cL 84O 3-1464. I with 193 ft. on highway by ISO ft.
11.L T Princeton kitchen .bopl. Oe. ISO-acre tract acre. I dees An Meal location for at least
ca-b.-. I.including. look electric t m.Dt.. 8 1..tfu. )o'd large earn went all abL and new. w Oa.. OWN MUST LEAVE and has to Direct with terms.from owner. Price, 1180.. .cr. Dyl R.ltr. 104 E. Jefferson RUSSELL ST.. tots. 714 H .. MlDs.SUMMERUN 'six tourist cottacee. Beautifully
h landscaped with Swald Ask for an nice little home on Eastside Il.dl.t '. weeded and ftoc toeattea. Prie
appointmentonly. e lt T.d. ; Iclad' IpUoa 701 U. Fred Box 632. 44 ACRES and well-built house 201
Xura. A.
.kthea lo..y Realtor. 1.l O 143 N. K.i .rr at 1. pr. of .lust out of city limits. Sid Johnson, Box 2893. ORANGE BLSI TRAIL-Where ST. 8.-North of Palm 24 ft. with electricity. Not finished 'I 17500. Also 260x276 block oa 17-92
W. Washlngtoa J.be. 2-U1 Realtor Large 111 room .Itl fp"e.dining ..Dra. most Florida's Main er. 120 x 150 perfect location for inside bat livable. Price (2500 including Hlgbwsy suitable for tourist cottages.
1 .n4 Washington &Phone nook. Street. Limited number 2V%. 5 and apartment or home ( .&. Prank asbestos and metal shingles brick Price. 87.000. See Mr. Folsom with
.lo. 2 bedrooms and attic. House has been I Ir.alto.e J.- DORA-Reduced for .ll.dlt tracts (2OO to 8350 per acre Crebs. Realtor, 507 Metcalf Building; and considerable lumber. W. A. Harold Shepherd Realty Co, 20 X.
LAKE CONWAY SECTION-Within a I IOu inside and out lot loox .. New. masonry 10.cr 2-1710. Washington St. Phone 5124.
Jim M. CaldweU with Asher phone 495O Cheney
5-room Kenney Broken
NORTH BIDE-Brand new modern t.r. .ej j
-stone's throw of the this AV high lake view Excellent con
seven room cottage affords lk. et this .. bu.l.o 2 I AO.Oak fn mo baU IS... Pce. 1are. .".25. struction. 6 well pl.ned lot rooms. Huge Peter. Realtor corner Central and I SYLVAN SHORES. Winter Park at way; 2-7144. EXCEPTIONAI opportunity la a
omfon Lifetime roof. J.lerD R.1 Main: 2-0786. 8850 00 each. In Palm Terrace. better Income property. 2 new double
able at .. economical and 3 bedrooms. cO 11 wlU .t tors. 70 Phone closets, screened porch -ROOM FARM HOUSE Fair condition ,
The U.1 Urge fruit prl. these thresholds you think you Thelma B Carter. S518 C..tal A Keaterlator fireplace tile .r-pr. ONE ACRE OR MORE TRACTS of I Orlando at various prices. 'Prescott : electricity available Bear apartment units. Completely sad
room for chickens 1U Per la aa air .C.. The. warmth makes Realtor. 672 N. Orange; D. Brown en Old Enitls facing land; 825 down and UP; Clareona ;, V. Steele Broker 45 West -Central bus. (2750; 87SO down; ({ per j jmoaUl. attractively furnished. On a well

..I aale you can o...de.lo(5.. for the possession. W. defy shell of a house: Lake Gertrude R.d Sylvan Road. Beautiful Iaio close i ibom. "90. Dial 21008.SPLENDID Write Rt. 2, Box 321-C. landscaped tot of almost a* sere.
IUt-1 been Income 63OO
Walter W. Rose .. Co. 49 N. !i far up. FHA and other Shore.. sufficient trees on' build l' LOT an Stetson faring Has never vacant.
0. CIPr .1. .a 1.0. Pl ( ROOM-House: barn: out buildings. month. This is a year round prepoaltlow. -
Ave. O Manor office ,I supremo.You're good buys C. U.Tlr. BALqwd.t. rooms and Corner Good Owner. j| south near North Westmoreland. 120 acre land; eome timber .r.... per For appointment and fur
3356 Orange A. I I a.U. if youdont Broker. 3519 N. Orange. 5644. Estate- TAVA. citrus. ".tl.to l"b..n. San Juan Hotel; phone (800. Terms. Cavenaugh Realtors. end grapefruit trees. 88OOO. cash. ther details write Broker. Box 23O

LT-NI new and moer I Realtor.Rm. to city limits: (4.500. Ilc.. J. Klstler. Realtor. .. 4308. Borne terms. Inquire at Post Office I S-Star. .

cn.t blok ( Central Arcade; 4237. SUUA 10 : lt electric kitchen Immediate possession older ( room ..r. P.. .111 4H AC fro.tl.large lk Pr: SaTVERAL COMMERCIAL, and Industrial Bithlo. By ...er.
struction: oa two .. modern ready move In tots W. Central Ave. Price
I' on .
p..4 r.d. fO & frame bungalow good a beautiful .n l.rID. 10 ACRES close to Lake COD."
weeks only the NORTH EDOEWATER SECTION I Into. 1(18 Park Lake UPstairs f11he. J 1 AC. ETAT Ideal homesite. terms. T. J. ClarkF.
pri 1 ''S. A & repair, 2-car emaIl close-in to *. II.OOO each: cash or terms. Good grove section. Just off Hlshwsy. PROBABLY THE BEST-
Peter. Jatr. e.e.ua a'"al room frame home f Large .p.r.nL store building..tcle. adt.1 bltl -Irs-t.of full-bearing. Income Llndorff. Realtor. 438 N. Main; phone Bryan. Owner. 130 8. Court St. Well built I-r_ house.! needs ;

2-71. I living room and SMALL FURNISHED Cottage: 2 35 bearing fruit tot 10,15. producing.cr. grove. Large cmfor.bl 2-398 or -.737. Oranse Hotel Lobby. Phone 2-0237. paint Automatic electric system. 200 ft. frontage for sale ea TJ 8. 17-

LAKE BDk view home: s i kItchen with inlaid linoleum 2 bedrooms rooms screened 5 miles out.Near blocks Colonlaltown nnte. well-built frame home S ACRES-New house garage furnished 1 TWO LOTS-One facing Killaraey Hackel-O'Neal. Realtors; IK X. RobInson .,I 92 (between Fairbanks Ave. and the

story O 3 and glassed la sleeping porch; bus. store. :f easy terms. i v, block Mills St. Bu.Nea elarhe. above I.t. 4-bedrooms and 2 baths. new lurtur. A fenced Circle west end Lake Klllamcy ; 2-3753. |I underpass). My slin is on property.

lota. Within 200 ft. of B..U bard.O floors and plastered tl. Kiliaa with N. Mal; i schools priced 1.0. oil furnace and attic fan cross fenced electric beautiful lake view; other backs up 30 ACRES truck land; house barn. Drive by and took it over. 2 small
cal hemea .. SIS.SOO. R elcwaU eU heater; &10m. 7325. Broker protected 1212 Illinois A. Automatic hot water heater. City lamp: fruit trees: strawberries young to it and faces on county highway. famine equipment: 835OO. only modem cottages. Ripe for high class
z.r Realtor. 610 N. Orange; .at and clean :O caaget. SUBURBAN LAKEFRONT-Home. Jbr I water. Low taxes. Owner .ant quirk .: garden: large poultry house. Combined depth 250 feet. width SO ( down. Slayton. Realtor. 32 motor court. Owner returning North.I .
Immediate possession. 1.5. garage. 300 ft on clear sale and the listing Pr. pro.. I! ISO hens: new tractor; excellent land.Take feet. Several orange and grapefruit S Pine: 6651.INCOMPARABLE. I will make special price and give favorable -
Harlow O. Fredrick. 118 N. Or.le. Write phone or see E. car and trailer or trees oaks wonderful soil Lights deal. Asher
trle. for quick
and TWO NEW miles .or
Dial (188."It acr. I.d; BOUIETo aL part payment. Term. See 1 ,, telephone available. County lake-front estate. '
LAKEP83NT fine garden soil and 4 and 6 and 6260O Co.. Reeltorg. Eustls 13S. city wster. I Peter, Rrsltor. cor. Central and
8t-.tt s rest live Orlando." I miles Goldenrod Elegant .. residence other fine
south 12. 01.000for
left of
HI. taxes. Only two
modern T t J 'l runs. Can be developed into nice E. terms. Inquire at 1(70 Indiana IIX-RM wen furnished 2-story paved C.ne. John Byrd.. both. J. C. Brossler. 754 Wilkia- (1941) buildings. ( baths: beautifully Maia 2-0786.
tile roof. 2-car ( Mr. Lane with Winter Park. overlooking beautiful .
eUten .tt. 11.5. 10. landscaped Below replacement.Dial
Drive. Phone 2-2561. acres.
or guest Sylvan Shores ae.r"t S (375: 10 acres for (350: son
Plot la a NORTT-D.e IneBroker.. ITT NEW Lake at ACR
Her. Gwl. and 2-4651. Albert HaWrh. Broker.
ares. .U J a fine 4- N. BOW Dora. 1H baths. 2 large for (1.500; 2 acres, hardroad. VIRGINIA HEIGHTS Comer tot. I
G a Itud. 1tr. a bedroom home pa fame. well O. d.1 16.T I Aba .eu. poa and one small. 2-.r ..r"e b (500: 20 acres L. 1. front SixeS and Sterling Aves. 91x191. I A NEW 4-ROOM house. 3O-acres. 67. Real Estate Exchanged

311 I.td. l. 1 frt .D &&C. BLV.-D. Lake Hish- Call Joe with Veterans Real EstateAgency with semi-finished apt. above. Familycitrus. CeDe Hwy_ 12.6 40 .cr.hl.b I half block of Lake Virginia excellent Electricity; his line. 4 blocks ..-
a lot of l.tl completely lake neighborhood. 82,250. See I 350. Henry Bureh. Broker. 13 8. EXCHANGE 12-rooa hotel Indian
LAKE fo I furnished Prank : 29 8. Court: By .ppl.tent through exclusive .. 0 1 acr.bh> owner -'
PN. Oelk..Just outside and living .this property for 82O.- to 11.0. 28. .. Morse Co. way and bus. 13.0 10. 1419 Miller Ave. Halo: dial 2-1090. River Route 1. Doing capacity
clt. 2.tn. home; with Berman Goodwin.Inc. Crebs. R.lt. SOT Ja ; VETERANS AND CIVILIANS W. .nt. H.1. .
000. Mr. .t I R..lo. Phone 138. Lake at 1125 ; 3.0 acres, WINTER PARK-Beautiful lot. 70 X | business. Trade for apartment, tour-
not bet tile Broker roof 1 .. Broker. (7T N. Orange; dial phone 2-110. will build on your tot or yon may EASY TERMS-P.Lake Griffin some '.. frontsge. per 165. overlooking Lake Knowles; i I 56. Business Property for Sal I: lot camp rooming house or good
.; .ro.a C L Ra : 9855. WOODWARD ATX. 3-bedroom. 2 select a der.bl. homesite from our small acreage tracts near frt acre. Mr. Lane with Herman Good priced right: terms. See Owner. 111 1 grove. Central Florida preferred.

detU. I NORTHWEST ...PP.ItU white b.th unfurnished. yac.D'(14.1. listings.a 100% GI or a tot 90 financed 1U'I and hlwsy; wooded unimproved I win. Ine- Broker. 677 N. Or.D.e N. Orlando Ave- or ph. Winter Park. ;"I II '!i APARTMENT HOUSE-Close la. S Phone F. P. Weber. Realtor 4954 or
LKN Punished.. 2 bedroom : bungalow with a .eDL P.al e lT Prompt and P tD. Beverly Phone 1204. Rd I dial 9855. I l28-w. 1 1I i units well furnished;" 1 write Box 31. Malabar, Pla.
and on Cpl.w < Orrd ceJerr i.d
.ar. J0 Modern and tastefully Buldl. Ph. 1-110. I ; attractive Z.ICB.4NOZ-Or''fl.
nicely landscaped S I .tt building Chenault Jeanlnge L"ulul. I 10 ACRES near Lske Warren Excellent WlSllR PARK-Residential tots taI S2.0OO equity
10 1 iwo sued bedrooms and an W PARK-IBM reD Ave. I Inc. 472 K. land. Prire. ( property. northeast aectVonatfewtng. la unfurnished duplex. 4 VVocka
8950. Jones J. Moss Orange Ave. 7234 EAST TERMS cottage near rltr. 18.Lndb. I delightful Lake Knowles section.Paved
tin including second attartain. I annual returns '. terms.
13th. Broker. .tt Mala phone Pc 11.15 ae. l1u U. 8. Hlway frs Lake Griffin Broker dial 7081820ACRX street. Ready for immediate 30% ; from Orange Avefor amen house
1 8 J ca O'Hau:1 Boa.ht. 2-bedroom Beverly 1 I Box 242 8-Star. ia Orlando or Baaford. P.O. *os
8977 or ice .1 ar lake fr.t homealto ta building. As tow as 6495. Inspect to- :r .
LAKE I. Pe.NOTTB WTNDERMERE 5-room cottace. OPEN .rd. Phone 1204. Red. I grove section near T B. Banltorlum day. Can Winter Park S4O-B or APARTMENTS -Private home coa- 3703
SECTION- ) ..De. S fuld Screened Pr shower; & EASY TERMS-Small cottage : Ideal for country estate chicken weekdays 2-4351. I| taming S furnished apartments. FOR BALE OR EXCHANGE .- For
14 sleeping 1. fal."a.ow a. 1 150 C toLake fh.I. farm or dairy; owner, Buss Mueller. I Owner has one. other 4 returning I Large house T rooms
bU h.tr Ic r Concord. on large shaded Lake Orf- WINTER PARK Seven beautifulbuilding small house.
52 z 81. I I
Y..U.bUd shade; ) J. 6170 month. Only (13.500. good
f per
.; .t .cr Bater. Pbr.n. B 13. fD. front tot. Beverly 418 Broadway. lots on Woodmen Dr. between large screened porch attic oompieto-
2-2889. Painter
with A.MrP.ter.
..ar. Wheeler with an.U J. frl' Pc. .0. 111. WINTER GARDEN RO 2Va To .a real $18,000 Inspect 1204. Red. Leesburg. 40 ACRES fine citrus land food Tuscanla Dr. and Temple Dr. terms. George ly furnished Including eleetrie ve-
Realtor. 70 X. Central 1-0786.
Moss H. ORANGE AVX.-2-bedroom house on I miles from city lt Jn1 bed .rla EASY Lake Griffin dralnaee. 1 miles from Orlando. By owner. 1247 Fairbanks A... I I : frigerater. automatic gas water
1tl. Brkr. 13 .a business Room store la block house at U,- -r. 2-b.U. .mpltl TMIpr.e I and **afgarase.
phone J lo rl baa furnished with boat (2.500. Striplingwith M. J. Winter Park. | APARTMENT HOUSES-We have two heater. Near bus stores.
1' front. Only 11.r. A Culver 1.Turn right at 11' beyond Schiller. Realtor T186.Or basin. Electricity and water available 13th. Broker. 132 8. MaIn, phone. of the best la Orlando. Location Call at 1339 N. Fern Creek.
? Years
Golden. City Bag ph. 3-8O91. WANT a lot In Cotonialtown
Brke. A. Cent the finest. Permanent construction. ZICHANGl'I = Pe*
111 Or.do < 6977 2-2070.
1 mile from Leesburg Post Office. Box 1011.P1ne FOR SALE OR
LAKE hcme o for (365 rash. Write
CNAymc taea underpass W&Ia1 a WEST boa Beverly Phone 1204 llbo wm by ."._t. See a. L. man house Large bouse. T rs.ma.
LNG ITE-'r. Castle. Pla.
afternoon.ORWIN Orird I
Mulling with Roy A. Miller. Realtor
1. luD 13. 131. 13 0 NEW Leesburg.NEW large screened porch attic compieto-
front porch and '
rear sides.
room, bath HOUBEf'o p. 1-ACRE TRACT-Streets OB 3 213 '. Main: dial 24553.'APARTMENTcDo.sln.. electOr refrigerator -
.d ly furnished Including
100xl5S with Ie bro -Six r. bunsalow In Umatilla. 10.000 ACRES Polk CDtF. Includes 200 ft. from Lake Susannah; price '
.Iot klt. L' 1 2 bed late possession: some terms. cnet water heater.
1. pear trees and JOB..u Matruder phone 2-1923. C blocs. GO. priority. concrete block con about 10 million tet tlr and ( cash. Clark P. Bryan owner. This automatic gag .
pecan trees; some : (35 per month covers aU charges. I large fire-place hardwood 25c per acre oil lease per acre. 130 8. Court St- Orange Hotel lobby well located property hag 5 units Near bus and stores. 3 tar (arage.133O
possesiioa. 89250. arb 1..e.l.t. room frame bungalow. On a lot fIx WIT PARK-Buy this home and 2000 Harmon A.... between Clay St. leo.. ek. nice kitchen tots of Terms. 1.5 phone 20237.S completely famished and yields a N. Fern Creek.

rick. 118 N. .H.rl. F pleased with your psrchsae.Semibungalow. I ..4 Formosa Call 2-O4O9. closet space in fact a well good income on the investment (23.-
O. D 181 150 feet. T bath e floors newly frame. S rooms. 2 HOUSE Masonry Sb.r.construction 3 e loaM in a ..latoD.p"lt. 2500 acres Volusla County 1""ladIDI BEAUTIFUL tots one or an.Broker reason 000. Mr. Lyle with Herman Goodwin.I 58. Real Estate WantedAPr.EOUSZ'.Or
screened porches: furnished. coolIng : a C about In timber sble. Betty Trent Evana. I Inc.. Broker. (77 N. Orange: dial. _9(55._
Plu per
LAKE LCAn1 bern- dHt.buy 1 town. See MrO'Brien : 2-a garage. A. 15Ox I. bedrooms living room dinIng once. A. C. McNurlen. ., A' oil 1.0 7.50 21 349 N. Orlando Aie- Winter Park, I guest home direct
iahed 147 .nt. kitchea. hall hath breese per a r. phone 615.lACRK I I BUSINESS LOT Ia College Parkfast !
; few aD
oranges Pineapples Auctioneer Uma Fla Phone Please rive location.
V.le.c way connecting .. business district. This particular from owner.
rooms.Large 2 bathe'aa. PI, Dk. with Bettea I.. Co 25 W. fruit. : JW .PJtl 8300 la la Irving and dining Ok floors; 2181. 12.0 acres on St. Joh' R.e. GROVE-Mainly Valencia growing tot faces 2 street, a fine Investment Income and price. Box 228 S-Btar..
lake. M Ask .e bal Garden with Valencia I
Winter area
Po. beautiful pine in rest of l w Orlando. ".0 o. or a good business location. BUYER *lr "
132 pr CASH i
Washington St. Phone .
"O phone 1t. Ble. a M ,.u tO Ralb..1 with Fred L. Hall. .eba"U Situated .b. Ve lot 5% Groves for Sale I erop. S21.5OO. Wm. O. Rencher. Broker. Only (14UO oa liberal terms. ThelmaKlncaid bedroom duplex or other well

o 1-2. phone Broker. 15 Prk A. Winter P"k section of better 2 acres Lake County ".0 p 28 11. Washington St. ,II' I with Carrigan Boland.Ine eaSed income property. Call 7613 and

LANCASTER PARK- 3bedroomtile O VISTA: T AVLI'.IU I 34.I homes, short distance from town COMMERCIAL GROVE of 26 acres 100 FT.-Running from 21st St. to 672 N. Orange: phone 2-4551. we wm investigate Immedlstely. P
baD"Iw 3 tots trait tr owner. N. PARK A beauti.fuiiiij tween beautiful Present 22nd: H block from Kentucky 37 W. Washla.
.or WI Lake Lancaster proven warm spot. V.I. CLOSE IN Business location with A. Allison. Realtor:
Moss K.500.13th.. Broker. -o Mala.. 3 la. porches. 1.5. I ett. bo 3 baths. 5 acres the East and Lurna on West. Bee cia crop Included I low o 5.acres. Lake County 'U.G per I' Ave.: p.1,851200. Box 71O 8-8tar. I store down.- 2 bedroom apartmentup. too.I .

Phone 697T or 13 SU House o"e "rde two lk..I 1 : months. '2' Trade Swald: BEAUTIFUL LOTS on bus line 8250 All new construction. Also small | GROVE WANTED) 10 to 20 acres
227.LD ORWTN MANOR SEC77ON-3-bed.. .Id -.tL" for M : Geeslia. Resltor "Specialising 1 lake tots la Umber. (450. Make cottage fa rear. This is exceptionalbuy with healthy f5Strees.
MAITLAND-P. Colonial room modern bungalow; oak floors I 02 .0 Cavenaugh. 43O8 1 prw. after 10. Oro.U3 N. M.I: 3-1464. Also some smaller tracts J Lake your terms. A. T. Done.. Broker. I for IS.OOO.. Income and terms I Desire Winter Gordon bocatiga, Rich..,

3 quarters nice tot with shrubbery. (3.50O cash. I 3 NEW HOMES-Partly fle ...1. Blvd. off Delaney a ... I t County. I 44. W. Church phone 4412. I most attractive. Call Mr. PeSter withSltmpeunOtsIns. ard Kaoaruo. Realtor. 072 14. Orange

: fruit trees: -:Quick balance of 65.000; good terms. 4* in for (1950 to $5 Ho H. CarrolL GROVES-now the time buy agrove. BEAUTirULLT LLNif'WiSOverlooking = I Realtol'a )LetcoilBldg. dial 2-O990. _ _I
l t Stripling M. 1. Moss Broker.
at ( .' M. J. w. B. -
-o. wrL Nlmola Rt. 14 fue l electric eu JUST A M ISD" pay Maia. 1t I one of Orlando's largest Phone ::1161. I GROVESHOMES.8USFR' Us*
phone Bker. 13 a Mala. 8 I I&Don 2-111 I t""r. ready & ilo I 7.00O elM' bok house Come In and let M give 2-2070.12 Ph 1' or lakes. OJ. Phone Imo or see i DOWNTOWN business property. I your property with aggressive

ITT 22. I fo 10. Ph 7593. with l.t. ro.eb1to. kitchen I at Lake Holden Gardens. of a I Stores and apartments la excellent I Broker Chenault Jenntaus Inc.g72 .

PA 1.5KB-Nice section conven 1 TH ST..-1408; S room and bath ..d r you .ran We have some that I mile east of s. Orange Blossom Trail location. For details concerning location. N.1OrsngeAve. Phone 7234.
LAKE OSCEOLA ICON Winter i for Colonlaltown shopping. 3 furnished e.mlt. for sale. S2.10O I and bath-all finished except pl.b |I.. Eolden Drive. earnings price and terms WANTED-We have prospects

Park. S.de plo 1071..pav beorooms extra large living room and down and .er .yeDt w i lug and floturc.-whrs we should Pay :O big returns oa yoari ACJ acres east. of Wit I URGENT-If you want a real buy in call Mr. Morski with O'Harra-Moore. HOUSE for modern S and (-room
.U ... Porch: very deep garden and fruit consider good house you a new one for (3785. Also a sac .m bb. Gd 2-2380. 109 X. Pine.GCPST house Is for
40. 2 tots oa corner frontage nearLpke homes. If your sale, call
hardwood floors tot. I bedroom frame enrod-$ ea
; 1U met Buy this right Clay Private parties only. l.e es- i Investment. Call Martie Wfflisms, 2.0. Wi
t.1 p.Jeat Ivanhoe. tie them before Resltor. 140 N. Or
: baugh. Realtor. ". eept for at Park up Allen Johnson.
"e' Wow- p"n "a pla.bl fo Oa. tb. non resident leaves March L Cla 8612. -Slteciahxtpg la Homes."
2T S-11 l. 2250. easy terms near W. Washington St. Phone Vattredge. Realtor. HOV -17-92. N wly decora ease
with tabs.er All for 8400. Bar .0 PINK ITa bath. bt fUb.Owr. city school and bus line. We build I Rt.r. 2 :110.._O B baugh. Realtor Metealf Bldg. ed swimmfaic DM!: b-an...lrrour I si'GS-ot your prep arty; we

Fredrick. 118 N. Orans.Dial 11M "1.. 1. c.. aD 110 p 27TH ST..-.1201. good house with to .Pl.to. Klng-Praley Co_ (136. WILL TRADE 5 acres rich land tao- ONLY TWO LOTS left oa Lake Emerald oc fruit: evrrlo>*ln lake. TJn- solicit yours today; C. B. Davis.
(25 1. all et.enn 3 bedrooms living pan) 11 141 W. Washington.INCOME log paved highway with city conveniences ; lake front (6OO. Lake view. *>r 8Z 000. terms w.-r.jfve.. vr 0- Resltor. 104 E. Jefferson. Ph. 2-1649
per aDU P 27 between room, large (400. Large oak trees. OUl1Ueo.Owaer. tln.r ReaHv. ph. 2-2M2 or 2-0074.i or 7305.
For living at .. C. r kt. for phone
F .
.D 3 car 1407.SUBSTANTlAL.
Ita beat trout ) 4-room County 1912-J-l. GvvST P4)MR..Coinglsltcwn. eloise i LISTINGS WANTED-CHeate wetting.
.0. Valencia 18 yrs.
ot.r .p.nm..t 3Va-acro grove.
estate. New brick completelyfurnished IRaN AVB- W.-How does .rl. On c. corner lots with 195. Henry BI Bkr. a old: no cold damage whatsoever perfect buy K. Colonial near 'n run-rb nelrbharhoMl. Very beautiful X. P. Blayton. Realtor, 32 B.
& ? 2 lane heke. houses and garden space la Mills. -. Real and icr-. lot fruit frnrnnevs 1 I 6651.
bungalow with 2 largo bed nook r Price M.I 2-10. condition. Also 2 frame bungalows 54. Lots lot Sale ( See Claybaush : Pipe 8t- phone
rooms and screened porch. Overtook Ire.ka. floors large inlaid linoleum, W Ph. 5779. reasonable. By owner. HOME AND INCOME-Northwest sec completely famished. Including tor. Metcalf Bldg. tOT.. *3S KOO. r.uq term. 't, LISTINGS W.ioTxis-w. have the

ins one of our most _at lakes. kitchen well arranged-and also 1 tt.- I frame resi aU large ben house all BUSINESS LOT IB College Park fast LAKE LOTS-ieu.thee.st. near schooL eb..o r 1* .'. oh. 3-70-12 or 2-O074. buyers If you have the property.

Wonderful fishing; bath- room cottage oa back of tot" 2 1414 29th STREET-(1500 down tan- de (500 will H .kta runs near Orlando .u l district. This par I bus and stores. (1.OOO. Ferris mtA'. ,. fcot.b.d.- Call A, T. Carter. 951(: Jameraoa At

In*. 240 ft. front on paved road A gore. Priced at a It.n Qa Real and tower aDe.t.D.er 10 lt WPP fL een stores, bus lIne Quick fo streets a Ha* investment Dr- lot. paviag. sewer, sidewalk fruit ones house. ..I Carter: Malu and Central.

ning too ft- to lb.o young I. Realtor.. 104 11.4. c B. Et.te. 3' O.e 62. lot. 12 t o going cC J. Price reduced e t IUIO. or a good busaiesg tocattoa.Only I 8800. Haley Ave- one block east of fn .1.-- --r 1 '

a?.... Close to Dne. 11'0 D.1. K NEW BLOCK. HOUSE. 2 ae ate California. ( tt! reduces including erop. terms. S1.850 on liberal terms TbelmaKineaid Delaney 850. Sam Johnson Co. 208 _to Sanford across Petf"1 B.' SALES LISTINGS WANTED Homes,

with .ood ... BF.' 1U account of I 3 X- price. 8SSOO fo quirk .I. C. with J. P. Mattox. 145 N. Main 5800.GROVE Carrigaa At BoUad. I 8. Maia. I sodflefflw.flsew I II I groves, farms and lota. You may
Herman 01. Broker. PD'AT rooms O bt .off N. quired. (3800: Inc.. 672 H. Orsnge.phone 3-4551. 0013uw0'W ,-
rteht 110 .or I depend en our experience for correct
K. 17 William .Mathews b Sam. COMFORT AND LUXURY-.Comfort gage Asher fe. Ret. C bearing ANHO"f.n. BEVERLY-SHORES-We Hill havea 55. Country Property for Sal hIm.e 5nned -.-. fflw folpllimt. handling of selling details: our mortgage

LAKE IVANHOE SECTION- w.-.4 1t aoe 8. 7SH.PR1SCETON of your awn living room fireplace tral and ".1 2-1. cold: good ... 5 rooms bath: 10 1 law large tots aYaab at a 10 'hrrr-rop! opts.. at with loans increase our selling power

room luualw. "o. completely." H."bl Br.le. M.1D luxury of your own bathing .a NXW 2-BJR"-I-1 from buv acres ia aU. on b.r.aru d l reasonable price. 8 :o. home- COUNTRY PROPERTY elI -II wrtvete h-10r.som. Fully vrnfed .:' McNutt-Heasley( Realtor, IS W
furnished reaerving AVE.-16 West. Arm all la this moderate priced 1" Two nice community 11..0. &j site sew while o ran get a 1916.- For Country Bosses Citrus I round. Will chow good recoils on tnvmtment j I Washlagtoa St.Continued.
onto linens and 011 UnderI officer taer au o fu bungalow. Further details can Qul I adjoining I i de Would consider very good buy. ca Br I good .lea Walt W. Rose lav.Co Groves and Lake Fronts ask Asher Sertfteed et 822 MO. La-
p 611.500. W B. Ben- ..l b.. a 3-1993 with Johnston Henry. Ud.Falrview Cttenauls and oe.. .1 Orwia Manor I Peter. Realtor. -He probably knows.0I Verne Apia. Orange City. Phoae 0 I
ker. ( W. Church St. I I [ On Next Pare]
J M Ra 1. J flL Shores Coortlaad St. Heilsea.I (72 H. Orange office. 3356 I Orange Ave. Corner Central and Main. Cd.

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__Real EsUte Wauled (' 60' Business Opportunities j KORANOX Mortvat; Loan i Sale Help Wanted L 7% Automobiles for Rent I 7S. Autos fo Sale I 74_Autos far Sale I t'unl2aJ1! tS-rntinrl-'taJI

LISTINGS WAKTZD-Home*. Crove BLOSSOM Tllt !' I on SALESMAN.-.Can earn S30O t I i.i U. TARNXR U-DRXVZ-1T-Driv. tt I' BUIC IMI-Rr 4-door .I HUDSON-1938 Terraplane l-o ORLANDO, FLORIDA

BUFtnea* property tad opnurunltl house ar small .p.nm.t LOAN en 521 types o property: lone 1 mU write P. 0 Box yourust.i low rate: by mil er car. ona i I sedan: newly .lc one owner; I "WORLD'S LARGEST
? lelt attention clven t* all finished: t room*; some foJtlr or short term; r.t immedlat ter lor.UO D. V.r UDn-IL Inc. 2 w. U.c.8tt 0". equipment. : I (35O: 303 N. A.. ph- 2-319. FEB. 23. 1947 PAGE 13IA1[ '

Utm.L H aro Ateney. Rar. Lot ixl3O. Special this U.I *erv e. Harlow O. Pr 11* I C.atr Po. 2313. i\ ; Mr. Webb. DEALER"R.
11 ._ Tel 111. account of nines. (95OO from Orange AT*. Phone IAr..mt position en- JEEP-1943 Airfoaat leather uphol-1 .
and HT 1lV-RK j BUICK 1942 Readmaster sedan, ILite i I .seat*. 2 new new bat- I
Northwest 76. Tnl1 rs.Tra'ks Sale
WANTED. TO BUTT-lo to 2 M01 I .U.li. B cr I chiBcry maintenance prodxt I' Wal'* lr.. .t 8Y1 I .. cieso. H.rl I> Wilt for U car or for
:W.e. t.de
tr. lt
class o Gr.D. vicinity. National firm ,' .oc
line > a..bl. rt. D. N. Drones .
c ba"e T.I; phone 4295. for loan on hIgh commissions- Write pJ 2383. 1t eut. .1 891. : .I 2-12. _.I HOUSE TRAILER-32* U System: '
de s fl <r. W. RAMIE Would like to I VOI I.t hl" and commercial Dallas. Texas. 1& Phone n"e''t i BUICK-1942 Super sedanette; owner I I door sedan. In extra sleep 4. electric refrigerator gas S. EVANSOFFERS
Kla t o P- ovene**; 308 &South St.. !I'L BA Black. 33O2. itove: clean '1'II nOes oat
Orlando. JAJC-C-naiVB-rr A a *5Th.
is interested p t l".ta me.-Rent a fa 1
t .I.D. .8-Btar. C 25 uu SALESMAN surroundIng terrt- i!L or Jeep; low rate every car ID- I phone 21M. i| Winter Park.MERCURY194o. | of Winter Park' on Rt. 42*. 1st house
s l"etm" 11 .
roof N of Church
CSM WAirnO ... tories for bne coatincs. bam men No red C convertible I Icood :
i. pm L aAt-1.. 1. (Col paint. bc1'rtchta. Sellinc Plan are. I2O"k L ".lom. 142 I i BUICK 1941-2 do S nasxeneer radio and heater perfect cap: HOUSE TRAILER 2* ft. Silver
todayl Ao0 W. : week.Stock RZAI. KSTATK L ANK-I.OW allows > l., competition. DrawN, Garland St.Of.UJ'5 ca I i eup (1.200 e..dlto P Baechanical condition ; I 1 Dome electric refrtcerator. seeI LARGEST SELECTION.

Robinson; ,. fixture sad eunn Te B.T. Build or Refinance e I Inc account fan United I', oW.r... G ..blt only, R. 8. Evans.2.p. I maneat innersprin bed. new ...aiDl.I LOWES'! PRICES
6007 1> C
(22CO cash or terms Coffee and preSent Trust ; Builder Co. Euclid. I thnInuroo electric brake and doily. Like new
HAVE 6296.
BUTr* for f 10-acre bear aop ue D j tral; See Vann._ |
inc crove; price t t..a seat 5O: 35.000 .r bust- % T FIrst 1.UD Ohio. INC. MERCURY 1941 d. Radio I 1417 Su'TR Bt FINEST QUALITY
; I
b rbl. t-I1. rIn
Courtney _,5. Chrismaa Real Et. at Orlando. 3 Floor. SALESMEN-for Life and BUICK-1941. super. sedan; excellent id 'Electric refute,,-
RC oa. ,' 1. O.ne; 6823.RESTAURANT I Ito ixation Insurance. Ro H0la. ', New ran for rent. Reasonable rate* A-I ..dlt. '1.to .". a (1.95. Ua.h" i,I' atop sod brekes. venetian bIlsds USED CARS AND TRUCKS

: leads furnished 'o city ruraL per d. soot or month. Open even- new' car. at cr of 501 N. Orance Ave. Phone Motr. big e. spare: .. tlm. 4438. LX
W b A2rrw.rroD.rt.ve the buyer, s ear sen. W* could For food business oa all Orance year: Ave.a doD Help WantedFemaleBoOKKZIPBRCA5UR Write s._... P O..D Ba 38O4. inc til 9:CO. 242 N. Oranc. 3-4(14. E. Church 8 and Rosiland Ave. MOTORCYCLES j ji 1B46 171 Imported : -bOCEE TRAILTR 1947 SVPCtlwT 21'

Jll BUICK 1942 red 2O days old Bargain. Palm WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
efficient service tall Arch 1 Drake of uaugual Importance Jtl fo pnI?I BMAR-Wt some npe i i ir By -original owner.convertible C. eonpw._H. British Eafleld. 8.a Ibt.emh' Park K. C. SmIth.. TraikM
or T. Br. equipped with .
0 I IWL R.lor. .6 ions; It* low price. Phone nest to m.tr.t m m.
a WashIngton .
Central 3' i pUo. opr.t Me. counties from Orl.d Salary and 1 Hol. Tltusvllie.BUICK1540 Rutsed construction throngbeut -TRAUR-Aad tot WxlSO7. I
eb per | commission account 73 Auto Service j 4-door sedan. Seat Price (249. R. Evana. Water electricity. Near bus and
WS HATE BUVCK8 ...u croea.bustness RESTAURANT_Mala highway. .ability Good a.r.IU a".nc!!I' gint : full par. i cover radio and beater. like i San. Phone .. _i school 199$. p... box 1543 SS9MM
nest :
properties and Pa' tifully Owner's I ..pb B i c"IO" and AUTO SERVICE-One day service cc1'1 new; tire In Clod B'.
I det. HOUSE
Immediate B.-I 219 i Ur BASU-l540. Extra clean Inside endout. TRAILER--Royal Comma24Hft. **-i Doric Sakes
sale hst with A A your *.t bdu1. Birdie PoUc or .Ur e.n palnttnc. for 3 day only. (89$. R. 8. Evans. !
.r. late m
Bl 3. Heater and (9;>0. after : modeL T. :
I. fc .
Realtor. 37 W. I 2-1198 COOK-HOOSEKEZFER- eamonia.lag. W. r.dl. IMS Ford 2 dowrIMS
.. i b.lDn. Ave. phone 4321.
Jtln.er Ra pI liable woman: '&tU n I SALESMAN-Sett soap to ru.t. anything en awnec. 6 Cea".1 5.0 p m. 2036 W. F"e. J :-h" Trslr QU. Mater Dardea
I 2-74.
.hlc o Plymouth
NOW-List your country prop I U,. Use room t f.m bar I the Orlando i, W. .. BUICK-1941 4 door sedsn. Truly a NASH-1M2 4-door sedan6.." ] 2-doer Sedan
with M without dl,. Have I :Box 245 a.. lt handle j aid I Lead furnished.Commission 22'.0.AGMKPr.lpU.Pro.p luxury car. (1.195 this week only. Radio and air conditioning. Uphol- HOrSE TRAILEftS-New a ad used 1936 Fiat
buyers waltlnaM.. D. Realtor. Writ TU-Sy R. S. Evan 101 W. and (6OO up S. and L- Trailer Sale

3 Church phone 4767. 'I RESTAURANT. lotte payroll-{Situated I lr.j! CAHAppl, I.Theater purees to Winter men- Pouc C. 73 I W..1 Au.U. .e'rPl Srt.upn mecb&. 0|, =5296 sod ask for Vans Ceat. .boD story the weekend body only.like new.(1,095.Special RS.fO. 540 N. praac* TMflssom Trafl. C'MpeNIl
Cla : J J.
Dow LIST your property wtth meonles tr..working ciossi doing excellent .cr. o "Pr. AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experti!i[ CHEVROLET-1936. 2-door sedan :! Evan 400 N. Orange .""phone HOUSE TRAILER-New Royal Maroon
went to sell I I cood bargain. Prophltt ; accessories' cheap. Orance
you Henry b. low 477.OLMOSI1131_
Barh Broker. 12 .. 'Main ..Iu.e .o.t 6..etU..IU CURB Star Lunch.GIRL- .Orange apply BI at T 1! I 1 .1 mha, prompt ac : ten.< 500 W. Centrl: ae I 1 I 4 door ..a Blossom Trailer Park; George J. 1(42 Ptrawctk <4-
Owner NOC T SALESMEN .tk.. CHEVROLET-1946 convertible; 4700 :;, Shonetaareer.HOUSE cUp ft left take year
Urea. ,
ST11TR B U T m .When l p. .ot "er-I TriL Inc* 234 W. Cea- a.at eOadOD" U"hou',
Will .. beautiful Job 825OO pick
1101'1 ; ; .
tral .1. TRAILER 1946. :
n ; 2-3153. .I Je.1 p.lat. scrlu- ; 25
r.a.t.t. t sell or ": for only 8SOO and will I COLORED CLERK drug S National orcanlxatlon needs two neatappearinc |i 1 sakes uVUvery Motor.SOI N. Ay. : ft. bntsne cs: electric brakes.
Cab.uh. aatr. slot purchaser la store. Most be efficient. -I men between 20-35 years AUTO PAINTMO and Body shape? (1200. Ph. 6832. clean
: Work Phone used only few
: months.
arrd Priced
snl. .tr 711._ _
call Apply GriffIn of We
experience cuarantee
butnot complete
Mark 1
&1. cm. .I "a with Louis aeatr. 143 in Ba. helpfu CHEVROLET-1941 S club OLDSMOBILK-1941.' New motor; 'for quick sal*. Owner moving tn SOS
DI PROPERTY We N. Main; 2-14(4. .n. I Dozing dsptraining I I.t 'r..D.bl pr CeaUa Flor- L145.. R. pus".o. 101 I body la good Inquire at house. Klinser. 1029 West Sells

Jac. fr.bue. for apartment "12'j S I COOK-flood try; mast be plain settled cookiac; no : that you period can e.,we upward will prove from to Ilu you i I oven. Al Llvely's :::Paint paint Body W.e.lp.C."tr. &Ve...I".n 114 Glenn 8C.OLMOlfL.Bra.d. coad'ta ___ Ave College Perk. U= Bteck Belch =.r f

S 21.0 to 15., lady; good hoars permanent : per .ek working four ho Shop. 3000 N. Orance; CHEVROLET 1941: In cood new 1947 hy- HOUSE TRAILER 1945. 27 ft.. Roy I
bl..tl. he .. j I I tion Radio and heater craft; deep 4. electric brakes Alrendition. 1838 Picesoeth QIIpe
.Pa. For ssle on East en 2- sedan 2150.
UAtM Take State T B. bus; let e.Da. I.d. AUTO REPAIRS-Day Sor ; ; 1197
r-it. dra.CI Delete Seen
110.0 11.0. Al COI equipped ready fo off at Sigh 8atrw I I a permanent position Sales and Service. Cor. c. 20 8. LewsonsBivd. Price reduced to (3008i .
fr W.
Dn 10. t .10' 2 everrestAurant. Po"t. richt No travellino For interview i Centralmechanics. and W South5CHEVROLZ'r1934. I 633 i Douclas. El Punto Lake Pork Highway 1M Dodv Sedan Xxcellent tire,
.lt sedan.
Tudor I
.Pr..t ELDERLY who loves childrenand OLDSMOBILE 1939 441. north new
.pprelt LY :
M7 MatcalX Bulldlnc 3 r. bath Te lire call W. C. Goodman b..a Just overhauled; Perfect Inside out. Good :
Creb.R.ltr. one 4 rooms and fur- he ue. on premt 10 and 1 Ban Juan AUTO BODY WORK ..4 palnttnc; 5 tire ;beater. 1942 American 8. rbbr. i I I HOUSE TRAILER'-21 Ft. National. I'
Small .D Hc heater p.1aUSiI5
Pa Shiver. ; spare.
) 2-110 .I.he. Box 12. C_.. Pi. Church.I.r.; '4.3O p.m. 101 'r 80(excellent W. Central.work and __ni Rb condition..o. 17-ft.Inquire house st trailer West; In Trailer good 'I I OLDS 1939 O..e.e.a 1 Reondllone L.. > excellent brakes with condition all equipment.ae.1rea.Priced electric -

60.__Business OpportunitiesAUTO RESTAURANTS OranceAve. HOUSEKEEPER-White; : MOST JOBS and wheel Park. Rt. Box 218-B; C. motor. Very >| for Immediate sale at (1575 00. Mr.
1.U. J in. Mr. room, board salary; h.l'p' opPaTPor I-: .me Whel McKenrl.' a I\I Wsdiworth 615 N. Orange; dial 697. I'I Wilson_at Palms Trailer Park. IVU PontIac 4-deer Sedan
ELECTRIC SHOP and Part 4439. .len .t.r mtll.mt -
Storo I Potter Hr.. Goodwin. well balanced :. .1' c A "Windsor" sedan. | I YMOuTH-ii4 panel truck withnew 1939 Rodeos 2-dowr Sedan
bulldlnc.Equipment I
-32 x 3' .pp.r. I.b-
JBroker. 677 LADY to work In Sons. W. I 1939 Ckrycter
stock.ct. C9.AOO.Also. .; dial Wt grade work Pace a mechanical condltion. motor and tires. 800. Jimmy's Sedan
1 ... oD. Cottage Restaurant. I b.n. Experience .ner. Must AUTO WRECKER SERVICE Day Will Or (1.095 this week I I YOt- 1933 coap Or.l. i| Package Store Apopka tCway. Fhi 1937 Pontiae rwuXM

r.Owner .eLb.th business I"1 .Blossom T.ll 2-2. b pn.ne.' .. 0 Olado. I and night. Cato's Service Stetion.Colonial I only. R .. 101 W. Control i> l; IU' ..mtr, i 2-0900. 1939 Studebaker Sedan (new paint)
.. Hank's 2 e.r I MAID-Colored flrU prefer live on Inme assured for par Dr. at Garland Street phone 5296 and ask-for Venn I tire*; (11.117moU !I TRAILER HOUSE an aluminum 14 1941 Willy Statsan Waxen

Parts. Fla. &ll SERVICE of the S4S Park A e North. ties. P. pn.1 Inteview. apply 2-O881. I I I ft. 1946. 1938 llmceri Zephyr 4caSed...
.TAnON- pnD 514 I 1>36 new paint. electric brakes; clean and
BLOCK MANUFACTURING PLANT OrD. A. I.Uo. Good lone Wintr Pak. Ph. 264-R. )C.I I' AUTO WRECK.xR-Phone 2-3741 for If f CHRYSLER-1941 Windsor a kid coup out of a : nice; Inquire at Burton's Oarage or new engine, excellent lineal
Orlando control location enjoyinccood G ( B Moth .IU MAID fo general houseworkjjo: I AN AGGRESSIVE 8uUr organisa any auto emergency. 80( W. Cen j t-o.I Run" lk. ( n. ". Smith. all at Clarion st 1(40 Pontiac 2-door Sedan (a* U>
business ((.750. Exclusive list Louis Oe R.lt. .. cook; food salary. 711 Park Lake to tion right offer class*n l.ua OPlruJc. tral Ave. Rambo. '"Orlando OfficialWrecker !I. dan: very clean; radio and heater; X. Rooa p.th : a J 1 TRAILER SHOW-At Central FIends
Circle Service"
ing. C. B. Dr Realtor. 104 X.Jefferson. -U6. 1 : 861tE line of smartly .IU er. I Exposition new end used Complete -
SIMI. Institutional work; exr necessities sold p.ekue hoh.1(i BRAKE SERVICK-Expert brake and }'15.0 miles; excellent rubber. mechanically outstandtnc homes on wheels. $.
mental and 4ncC t JO..L wheel alicnment erviee. Call 2-3171 Thrilling beauty smart and modem ,
BEAUTY PARLOR-Splendid opportunity ee .d to celL Steady sedan. 4 new
to and locate in expaBdinc Write P.O. Box 1461- business ta rp.u Bu1d :ou I I icwn .pPlntmeaL Firestone. Orange cood. Orlando Fletcher )0 PNTclil 2-or. run $200.I 'Ever family' dream. A trailer to 1934 Cadillac Convertible Sedan (new
T I AR-i.
of Orlando- Excellent bua.. I'' OPERATORS chlldren'ltdy Commission basis Prt" urtr. and C.cord. ''I McLauchlia Service .o JK. vacation in Wlngert Trailer Sale enaine119M >
.tn .. : work dre .u.r.Dt. BODY j AND FENDER tons Inc., 1020 N. Orange Av*. | left tide ef gate entr._. Nash 4-door Sedan
good I
1.1. en a' mala torI aei you ever .for K.5OO. ; py no Sat. er Quick advancement with a crow- I repairing and !ipalatine. I Wsimngton. j i J
fare parkins Pt with Asker P.t Realtor. 70 .work; experienced only Dora Isis ., .. C. and see these Estimates gladly given ': !!1 POKTIAC 2-dooc.custom -i TRAILER for sale. Am leaving Florlj j 1917 Oraham Super 4-door Sedan
clientele. Complete new equipment CD'r.t 30756.TOVI1IST Mfl. Co.. (4 K. Pin*. fine tcem at Wilson Court. Satisfactioa cuerantced. D. Vamer. I i I CHRYSLER. NEW YORKER-194ft de I sedan Ill cell.nt tri I ds on acronnt of sickness Will i 19M Bulck 2-dnor Sed.n
including air .oneltioner. I PRESSER-Prefer finisher: apply 2-l6;; Sit for Mr. W.le. 334. W. Ce.'r A".. f none 3-3153. I j I ror: sedsn plus .: new I i good tires, lhe: Original 11| sacrifice my trailer for (495 if salt! \I 1938 Chrysler 4-dwr 9edn
Actomatlo ....t bt. CUT SITE BetweenOnosugo New York a* WANTED AT ONCE-Rawleich Deal- ELECTRICAL AND ACETYLENE weld- T trailer. Bottle : refricerator c::Leaving U.S.A. soon. R C. 1 J.t once Ask for Fred. Sunny South 1940 Nash 4-door Sedan motor evr
lavatory. Records ..lb & Orlando Ave. Entrance W. Pin; C.nr H.CUr.2 i I| er In Brevard County. Write Raw- I' 1. Ante repair and We ; dolly and br.k. 213 From .Trailer Park. '* healed
2 .erha. Co"cord
4SI. & -
oa and I
, excellent I.C.omr .1h nouses now .cet must be first class. : lelsh'a. Dept. FAB-180-F. .Jae rd.t. npl. all 8.erfce. (23 25th St. p.m.. TRUCK-CMC. ton and H. new 1939 Packard Coupe

Joe 0 Vrr. Rs. Wu intotourist o.prop. 30"1 SET. ..i. room. Collece j jPark Tenn. Ve.pt |kla" A.orl .a.r.at.ed J & H CROSLEY-1940 eDYrbi coupe; S I I PACKARD-1940; "6." tlr. Good I tag. A-l condition privet owner.see .
Dil 11. -. L. : Eus passenger. at B and J Service Station. 31 W.
quick e Golden. Mot Edcewaler I SPARE TIME Workers. Over (2 hour! RP.t.J. 8t ,ih condition; good Paint h..ter newUrea I'
BAR AND PACKAGE Store; Information Broker. lert Ave. tnearunderpass i I Dr. !i Bell Name Plates for front doors. ,, tl; Fla. Jlht 32,1. Good top tires practically new. and c.. (850 eu S Su-, Jackson. (785
in oftieo only; C-a Real ). 1 Write Box 837 B-Star. end .pd.l (311. R 8 B".n e I II merlin. .
C.1 BW, STENOGRAPHER-Insurance Office; I! W.
ty. 353 N.
O.ue. 2-247. afternoon. under 30; at 010 Florida j[ SPECIAL WORK for women. Earn UD I LUBRICATION Sh.la.r.Ua I I C.nt'l Ay. 421. 1 1941 Excellent REPOSSESSED.-1941 Ford cab em un Packard 4-door Trunk Bedsn1S77
MIAND GRILL--sleek and I Appl i the CHEVROLET-1940. The cleanest I PNTC ae.D. .
VARIETY STORK Block ,and fixB Buildinc. I I I (23 weekly and get your own toroa.h one 1 .. For I Pontiac Con"'rUtli.II,
lease. Dome good business; dining turee. Contact J. H. I t a bonus without cost to .d'cranny" of your I in town. 1050. Barley W.c.on cncloa see 100 W. WashingtonPACKAKD I engine (sTeelier) tractor and 1940 patnt. top and seat covers)
floor. D Z, GIRLS to work dre. truck 615 N. dial ?.
room with K x 24 d.ne On wood, Florida. I SHOL atroD you. or car I tuched. Smooth running Gra.e; 559 8t. I 1841 Studebaker Sedan
Sc Aces 1*
rosin highway.. P. O. .422. Kiesimmee. YOUJGBI_ Chicken houses 8. H. :r "r Ac:Co .d I'IBTEORH.IU experience e.a".I.necessary. Wrt la"ltm.at for da t Safe p.r suur TOO. CHEVROLET-1941 master DeLuxe -1941 4-01 sedan radio Klntham trailer. Thlc unit 1 must lie 1941 Hudson Sedan

BUSIJ P.LTGI NUE for .. Priced.good sell at soil(7000.suitable general of tall advanced and portfolio. 10 a.n.. ..new. I place r'PD.P.r. m.l.. driving h.rd'ra easy.safe j jI ,:throughout.2-door sedsn.(1095 Excellent Harley :: :I best.*e.ter.possible..Cie.; 3,0 miles; sold. Look thia outfit over and make 11839 LaSaUe top paint Convertible and sect Coup covert new
t short 8pr a (1 Great I r.sD.bl
H.rl. G Prek. "Bu E. fc" C.I. Frock*. 49454. Cincinnati. pl..er. 615 N Orance; dial 8597. private HOP W. .
Ie.d"a.r. 11 O. Huek.1'Jel R.at.Ill Salary (170 per Ott.ouperiesms Ohio. DpL Southern Stores. e2 N. Orange; dial I P.rJ 2-411. us an offer. Used Car Exchange.
iaa e. 2,76.IPRTt first letter. 224 J-lg80. I PLYMOUTH 1934 4-door; Sirs 31'1
I CHEVROLET 1942 Deluxe 2
BUSINESS OPKT. We sot 'eoU S-8tar- I I TRUCK-TRAILER REPAIRS-Brak* door -New Spel.. upholstery I Inside and oat. G motor sell W. Washlnxton. phone 2-2882. $893
.1. ,
4 T..rl .W.a. servIce; tram work; body rebuilding p.11 eb.p. 6 aest Sprlce.
; new new
120. 1-10' J. REAL 'te ; 1941 Chrysler HOOf
OPFORTL'2eITY for = Sedsn
I h.ror.trr. SENIOR BUO-_ .1.1. ; motor rebuilding; painting; I transmission recently overhauled I, 1 PLYMOUTH 1940 2 door sedan. NEW 1947 ALL Aluminum Trailer 1940 Chevrolet
Realtor.. e.. 8 K EsM-nee. Inc, iil 1 ; sttam cleanlnc: welding. Use our and a 1947 t... Can' Fuily equipped; newly p..te. (99>. .re arrlvtnx dairy. We want 20 Coupe Club Convertible

CORNER e-r-OKz-As4 h_ 1600 J Ce.ua d.: 4.1. Experienced class salesman ace u. payment plan. O M C. Trucks best at any price. Olln Used Car b. !8t.rl-Aex.Dde. 61 M. used trailer In trade at once; up to I 1941 Pontiae Sedan
.IP YOU grocery tore, hard- hl.1 Miller Distributor General 7878. 24 i
; Orange
/ Nebraska WAT. STENOGRAPHER-RECEPTIONIST I 30 to 50. East Tn. 142 23n.C A. months to finance balance. One
ear cover M..a.rl.ne 1941 Ford Sedan
Have two)
A"a lelda war .t shop bakery ormost Must be capable and ..rlnee Coast from Dartona t Melbourne. Truck Co. 2319 PACKARD 1938 4-door touringsedan. month free rent with every trailer I 1940 Ford
.I .prt.17. Te. of buslnesSpeak t. IB good McRae; dial 9809. old during this isle 4-door Sedge
II.e black factory Big sacrifice*
COCKTAIL .h.r.Dd. hun i Leads Awace commission 1941 Vi-ton pickup I Orcila fUil 142 Nh 2-door
SpleceL" Sedan
Spiegel Realty CoRe fumih. la several
Rc..r.t ; I Central
LK en.
and Florida'
co.bl..t.o.k .n. Mr. Wltr. .ltor 706 Met.U Bide. 2-3269. S-8tar. do.-tn oUI Bo 22 I per month and. from. St.t(3OO to qualifications (500-i 731. Auto farts-Accessories j f 1940.Convertible, clean;; Chevrolet. Cbev- I I ; bartaia at (sPUh" 8. largest Trailer Sal**, Sunny South 1940 Plymouth station Wagon
veryv I Trailer Park
Pak. -
,protected. AN. E. APLC and WX WANT loud smart woman to hi letter for intervlew AUTO PAINTS-Any color lacquer rolet. "*. tor; Chevrolet, i Evan 60 W. C.aCrl Ave.. phone 8Osuies Blonsom Sales and Service 1216
close la laundry until Box black Ford. 1946. 4331. .
.or1 Io .a.aU.ABca. The time U the 1.46
DEALERS te APr or now. I fllsh tor
livinc STUDEBAKER $995
tie tile .N APUCATR Orl.ado accommodation m Springs Hotel place .mel Paint and Lacquer I your car 1 PONTIAC '4 Station wagon. All 1941 pick-up truck;
I.U .U.bl. good profit. Loncwood bus .I.1 Imltb Co where the price are richt. Martin' i con a JPriced, A-l condition: inquire at 513 Vir-
walls. >o delivery.Wire easily 436 .. Hu.t.,. .he. .I.U and U. I I clnla Drive. 1941 Nash 4-door Sedan
A "Speak
cr. 1.d 'S5.o. t WOMEN Used Curs 101 N. Main (409 : I te at 1195. R 8. Evans. 101 j
1 45 of wanted price I
.r years ace
.wit p.nul.r. 811..1Wttn. 811..1 C. for t : 67. Employment Agencies 3-531. CHRYSLER 1939 sedan l! W. Central; phone 6296. V..a. 8PARTON MANOR house trailer' 1840 Buick 4-door Sedsn
I C.aCrl ata' Tile Co. I cf.Ur PUOI No experience I AUTO SEAT COVERS-New. .n piestb I G me used 1941 Pontiae 4-door Sedsn
"... 1. Ohio.P1LL1N0ITATIOt4snd aaltn. 0 Met.lf t.t.r. Easy t* end fiber covers. Spotlightand cbanical condition and | ]PLYMOUTH-1934. 4-door sedsn 10 days: complete in every detail 1940
A YOU INTERESTED In learn. BROWNS EMPLOYMENT AOENCT N. Ooldenrd. just off 500 (3000- save (337: if Interested Bulrk 4-door Sodas
at burD o Six days ..I. Vaorm. .. fans at Isnyos Auto '4 er. Tri-I New lire; fine eondltla 130. phone
croeery a business Reclsuy. It want Ston Higliwsy.CHRYLlR41. 2.0307 for appointment te 1941 Chevrolet Debui Bedsn
28tl and Orange. Blossom Trail. ..w George Dished. Id.a ..rllli eondlU.a Ane JI. you Nor neAPhene-297o. I |. ]K. Parramer .J. Tre: see. 1 1942 Ford 4-door Sedan
( :o. l.ite cUb Asher Apply T.mor C.f.cr Co I, 514 W. C.at I you I II New oric-r j jInal PLYMOUTII-1939. A-I FRANK RdtDbibrsnd new honre
40. Peter. Realtor. 70 ; 2-07(6. tral.WAITIt&SSZSMust. want help call I AUTO BEAT COVERS-TaIlor Yorle rODdUoa I 1941 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan
FILLING STATION la CeDtrl 1 I|, ; 832. I II | best grads of fiber with owner 44.OOO tire; Can be seen at .t trailers as low as (1473. 1/3 down 1941 Dodge Sedan
or Winter Park. W.atd : MAKE BIO MONEY at horn preserving be saperlenced.Apply I 'COLLINS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE ,I .trim: or all reasonable l. : Lllesusrd tubes, radio ;' :;spotlight. I Stone Bt.lou. Maltland.PLYMOUTH i 2 years for the balance. Large .I.e- 1942 Dodge Sedan

l.rs. Boo 198 8-Btar.' h pu baby shoe In metal pal to Harrj's Restaurant. 122 and Nurses Registry. Stenogrsphore. -<, ;(043 k.Ue seat covert: excellent condlj j -1935. tion of used traIlers a* low as (500 1940 BuIck 4-door Sedan
.old silver bronse. Your own b1. N Orange Ave I> typists. bootkeeper.; domestic tion throughout: reasonably to. aaD. Why pay rent 201 N. Oranc Blossom
PILLING .1ATlN-Br and 1 Klktavl Co.. (620 South i help. Call 7228. 5 W.Chunch St. I I GENERAL n"d Goodyear A- ph .. 2-3921. pried J Extra clean .ne. 'JI I TralLWORRIES 1941 Buick 4-door Sedan
lunch -Los Angeles 44. I.Ut I YOUNO LIW..t for counter foam. 2-21. Orlando ofl ]Ph. .:* 1941 Ford 2-door Sedan

1792. 5-room modern house PRESCOTT I Io work; attractive; PARR &YMT BERVI'Winter Park. 478.. State Auto BodyWork CaysL-1937. 4-door sedsn. In-I sedan stream- 1940 Ford Sedan
.ro. V. STEEH offer a Ca meals and uniforms furnished appU I 1280 Orange Ave- i Motel recently overt 4HC114. eo.P.. 1941
deep wtll; prIded road to : 1.0 11 Wite' h. S Trailer Chrysler 2-door Sedan
ment Block Plant at ((.OOO.OO. Morrison's Cafeteria. call .. Pine. hauled. Special price for 3 day only. j 1 1.0. ms I
front**. on Old NIChes 2 Gr."d ( 2-121 J Fla i I' Sales. Blossom Tr.1 DISAPPEAR 1940 Dodge Sedan
D t ouhunben) burSt.. G.r... St I 1
(445. R. S. Evan W, CeDtr.1An
10 acre .". 6 : 1940 Chrysler 4-door SodaS
service (SO
first standard Station.h.J. bUdln.1.1.0 Cobla.U. b.1 65 Help Wanted-Male 69. Work tVanted-FemaIo I 1 : tailor mad- ...covers; (29 phon,432l. _ I 'PLnIOU1941"up.d When You Have Adequate 1941 Lincoln Zephyr

simmee. : Beer and Cu.n.r sedans: West Auto Trim Shop.In : CHRYSLER 1941" Royal 2-door (tically new tire. excellent condi: 1146 Italian Imported Fiat
FILLING STATION-GARAGE and living 15:0.0..It lyl. quarters b1. .BtJna. top .". BOOKKEEPER Permanent Uor Orange County Duco 641 j j'I sedan Tire and body fair condition. ( Priced for 1 at 8895. Fire Liability and Theft Insurance I i 1941 Buick Super 4-door Sedan
quarters. For sale because of .0.0. Groceries and markets G lou m.D..r type. Ref- oughly experienced. Solicits Lexington St. 6012. R.dlo heater and interior in ;COD. Evans. dial 1941 Chevrolet Coupe
sickness. Be st AU .re.e.. 8t.r. accountsndJor part time work Box good Special for the week- R Ce.ta 1941 Plymouth Club Coup
owner at 309 B. Huchey y.rt. prl. ere ban Ix 250 SStun.BOOKKEXPER.Accountsot.. ..e-I caltla ; S Veno.PLYMOUTI2door. I
8C. Bu.le.l.t '1.000.00 .. P. BRAKE-WHEEL MECHANIC Wanted. I('I T.RP.t812-. ''xl0.. end. "'400 N.ICHRYSLER'l942 Orange .Ave. 1937. 5. Lundquist Ins. Agency 1941 Pontiac 2-door Sedan
know wheel alignment tboreuehly. college. phone_4771. .o 1942 Dodge Sedsn
GROCERY STORE-.All modern fixtures Brok. "Since 12x14. : B. F. Goodrich. Robinson tire: ta*. (375 .
Dial 1-looe Orange and 0 ,. diversified profit 111 I D.r.I. t. SOT Metcalf Bid*. Ph. 2-4698 j i 1941 three
; cood stock. Dolnc nice busi Central Ave. Plrestoise. .r .xpr"e i ..d ." Royal sedan with 601 K. South Ford Sedsn (Hare
Private Phone Winter la buildIng low- cord.. coal and statement; p.rou taxes. new radIo sod best-n; 1942 Ford Super DeLuxe Sedan

: 1217-R. ,f. IATNEW."t.. b well fla BARBER WAN at once. Apply to etc. B 238 B-Btar. I r WRECKER CRABS 2 bodes: 2 I I 1otr.1295; ph. 9925. tu..ae. I PONTIAC Travelit-6.house 1946 ue-IO; both and 141 Ford 2-door Sedan
Write Box 241 Tip Shor250 NorthOrance : part time 1942 Wash 4-door Sedan One
SHOP and shIpping business In & B.rb CLRE GIlw..t f hand operated winches, complete CADILLAC-193961" 4 door sedan like new. Price ( owner

Park. Owner will sacrifice I YOU WISH t net (21 pr day A..a.. I I" sis W. Robinson.I .U."I. ; refer- .Ut csble. boom raise and lower A very Clean automobile with good 'I Trailer 500.. Rut 17. COLONIAL MOTORS car excellent condition t&ru-,
Win. for quick sale. Has other a (7000 purchase a goI' I CITRUS ACtTU-Mu' have ences 1 can b* .. Holmes. ( rubber and original black finish $995 'I ,Can see P.rk 1 out)

U.D at 206 B. Park. Ave. In o Orlando buinet*-Or If yen i I had .cu.1 blk.pl.uPreac I CLR OIW.nt housework. Hoe C.nole 115 W. Central. this week only. R 8. E".n 101 W. <7: P.m.Uem W.IU..ferno.. ."le.\ 1239 E. Colonial Drive : td.usobtle Tow. 8.d.
I.t.nn la.l.. want on* of '* choice lift f 1 also I!' u. C.tl Ave.. C..tr.1 phone (298 and ul for :0 St.h Plymouth Sodas
WIDte shops for less thsn 510.000-cell able.p cood salary Winter l j'PICAaowltoucb- Ferris D. Ward. Owner
ORlaT- thick resi 7186 and ask for ... .Pt. 1&. Wanted I I ; I I ;
d.ta.Oe.l. von first ., COLORED half days Autos.Traier -1941. 5
a fine business. Schiller. Realtor. I .4..orll. \ cannot GIlW.Dt ; passenger coupe. perlect. Ph. 8090 Re soosble.
equipped; bin tow .8.D. |I h ousew B1 Street. all over. Will .trade for email I, DODGE 1937 $1099
Wa a\ PUT IN A COLD DRINK equity. Phone coup
..f.1 S11.BOO. i* .re. C R elusive franchise with i I pi. Bydramatle
10 H. ..4 Bne Cola flsvor and Pna ex- experience t. pubj j large corner 1.lefr.Dt lot Forest[ CADILLAC 1947 62" New' o.nett. tk.* It. 510 Vt.IDI. Dr. Good rubber.
.7348. l Addr. rpl lie. Young lady; permanent I I Must sell today '' Sedan
: I Hill In; value $393.PLYMOUTh.
M P. O. Box !2515. Tampa. I preDe .d rf.rae to P.O. 11 references. Call ; el..re. p..men' Holly-Robon.o tmor BRAND NEW 8IMCA Convertible 1941 Plymouth Club Coup
_ GROCERY STORE and 2-11. (2.500. Box 251 220
.rke\D j Aobard.I. P. i Wri. 8St.r. I I i coupe; 4 forward 1941 Chevrolet
t lnc a nice Can CASH IN-With Mill Ice Cresm and sin. Prom BaUd- Orange Blossom Trail. I Ii 4Ude .p Town Sodas New
and fixture .u.' buy store Frosea Cutrd Iqulpment. Our i isalesman CHECKE"prlenced. for enslneer-, 101re. Carvers t$ AUOMOBIL WANTED-Want any : e 1940 paint and seat covers)
or i I I'r
.. .... or Mr.Stivers. : operate. with new spare tireend
and stock complete. P. H. Black b.lsd te call and explain Il ..p.r.eaL exn .odet i DODGE-1938 4 door sedsn. Excellent I' T Passenger .ect... One owner. 1941 Chevrolet DeLux Sedsa Hsv*
W. 9 S
Box 202 part lime. 131 (2 wheel. well under cost at
details this moneymaklncequipment. 8t.r. Wlolnd .tl ColoD.t t Perfect three)
Realtor phone L..o.11. reer.Dc" pm. !! an around condition. OlInsUsed (895. R. 8. Evan 101 W. Ceotrallos206.senn. I
Wrt. a.l. COMBINATION COOK 'r ..fenon I Cars. 142 N. 2-4347. 1940 Chrysler Sodas
.ua Co
.GRay SRT place U a Box 2111. and bathe .CJ atTremor I AUTOS-Red tape? Not i I I: Oal.nd j I i,I $895 1941 DeSoto 4-door Sedsn

.IO.I .lr rlh' Ideal lo LOOKING POftIiiillver I .. .t SEWTNO-Knlttlnc 525 N. P.r..or.I us your car; we pay 1pr I, i I AUTOMOBILE AUCTION SALE E 1941 Plymouth Sedsn
.eU. round Lat-: Call 9867 after 6 DESOTO 1947 convertible coupe. I I .
.r bla.. Wednesday at 2 00 P.M. Let us
cry 1941 Plymouth DeLuxe
nice trade Yos'll find It for sure U.I. MAN Son d.rea position In engineer.I I than 5OO- mile 8. and Coup
U 615 .
II.b r N. Orange.T sell at
automobiles truck
Army. At no .. I.SIi. 1 your or 1941 Pontisc 4-door Sedan
stock turn-over low overhead expa. you'll d.p.r.eat give .aDn I FORMER GOVERNMENT TYPIST desires Salec. S40 K. Crane
finest medical exocli Box typing work home. CAR needs serviceablecar TrUer., hishest used car prices If you want 1942 Pontiac 2-door Sodas
Is a at only i j ce.l.l care ,fence rf.ra. ; &tr. at C .
ra.b..1 1$ D Im te buy we will have all models andmakes. EXPERIENCEDSUPERINTENDENT
for In Foreign Country.PhOne
lent (57
not 1 W. L i quarter rre.U. MAN for vet eleaains Apply day .ovening.Vork .
.1 DODGE-1942 4-door new car.late Including 1946 and 194T mod
Harold Shepherd Realty C* 20 trtvel opportunities. 1 Ku..cr 'Sl. sd.a
&L Cleaning 1310 Ed..UrD" I' '43 late
heater Good for
; ; new els. clean
Washington Bt. >_ i iGtT l 'higher py rate. (plu. 20% for overseas I .. &r. 70. Wanted-Male CLEAN HOUSE TRAILER-First class battery and r.dlo*; exceptionally.otor.clean; model car*.de..ad Dent miss these eals. $11'5
service) Learn 5 profession *nd' Writ A. Manick 723
ROlu Bide Income) T-bed-. .*..hl. you .ar full det.l RECAP KM. b eXJread. craduate. ''KC eondton V.r.oa Av*. .used.pr".cl,: brewster green; (1173; We will be expln. '01. GainesvilleAuction 1941 Chevrolet Coup
ro. l-pr..U .r Apply mn JOIERoUe. 411 Broadwey. Florida.
at i Pt"e. r.r
JRo Oan
(4000 pr'ypon. la oIl ice. Army and 38 e.r.u. eo.tre CET FLORIDA IOTRVo DODGE Phone To Supervise Production 1941. Chevrolet -... .. Club
tion. 6 Brand club
Rutland 5.
392 N. Orance; dial[ Bide. Orlndo P time study payroll experi- a.l'n coupe. Coup

2-2471. R.I RURAL..Rt MAN W.Dt. Middle '-. ence. Interested In atU. I Or. therefore w*dem.n.. like to e.r pur- Washington By original Hotel.owner. C. Brd..:,76. TrallcrS'TrucHs for Sale of 1942 Studebaker -' Sedan

GROCERY STORE market t j L6l. bank Loans I Palt. lo.l lease or .r.. What :O SD .your used car. Only five o TtulvIl. Approximately 3,000 lUll Cd *c Trunk Sedan
I """" S C &aUnlta.Supr."Ir. full Box 226 DC'DGE-194l. business ; equity
P to coupe i i
makes want See
with a 4-room furnished i I of p.nleu.n 8ta. yours.* I t 1942 Chevrolet Coupe
apartment. Doing ::.e. business-|! I .. Eustls. .V..aol .d Orv. I COLORED BOY-22, don't P. H.... Ph. 2-2424. Night I II I' hr .sale. (3.. Radio he.tr. roodleops. ALA. HOVSI TRAI -te .; acres of grove. 1941 Chevrolet 2-door Bedaa LOANS cost P. I Ph. 4 to m. i)I I. b.
Will cell complete 1th .tk. fltar. DSTAL 'O 1 \ drink. W.nt Job as house l. .tend. 2-307. I II lop sell or trade .- fin)
new furniture blk pare t. P H.UODa loan. Co. WA Experienced Can drn. t i.nl 118 D. VARNER INC. wants to buy your ,, FOR 194 and 1942c.xl.b trailer. Will take car 1 Must be Graduateof 1942 Dodge 8edn
I for selling and ,
eot. i I .hle.l. rt.U.ren l I I i ,
street I
building on a tb.a.1 : auto or truck and will pay highreals or ce.p. 8|I balance. Bee Trailer Sunny 1941 OM.mobl.cloor Sedsn
( fm..c
10.you IJP.m.at S34 I In the Orl.ao .r. Va'o.n i I' at Cab Co. 243 S. 1 Agricultural
Bryan. I
, all
10.0 ( you get .. expenses [ CARPCNTKB WORK-Repair or con- price Immediately. D. VernerIsis. : 8lth Tr.1r P.rk Ask lm L Collegein 1941 OtdnroobKe Ctah Sedan
S Opportunities. 130 8. Court 10. 139pam.nt 1 b I b i I'I I II .
10.t. ( you get ,, nus. ear allowance. Gives names struct ton. Cabinet maker. Jordan Studebaker Sales and Service FORD 1934. ad.a. nice'iooking;; Horticulture. 1941 Plvmouth Sedan
.. O.D' Hotel Lobby phone I i ( 3OO. yon get lPam..t 25 addresses of firms worked for .Dd Brothers Ph a-6242. 234 W. Central Ave. Phone 2-31S3. I I j good motor; .. tires; 325. S CAR TRUCKS-Now available 1941 Poatlae Sedan COUP

20237.GROCERY. j, ( 400. you get 372-Payment* 33.O past ten e.r. Write Te du.Co.. I COUPLE Experienced. managerwork ,I HOUSE TIsm.ll tire price' East 8pruce. I ':civilian use. Also ample sup- 1942 Pontiac Station, Wsgon
and meat business. D.} !( 500. you get 46P.m..t 4Le Inc.. 404 Candler J I tar.t or and Flegstsd.General I. FRD1946H.. convertiblemust pl: pans. Orlando Truck and Good salary
(120000 yearly. On main ,'< $1000. you ct 13p.m..t 134 t house. Bx car. .p.rmea' I Delivery Orlando. ,, see at 34 Stymie Co 1020 W. Church St. and

through Grl.d. G I.. lowoverh.sd Figure loss in include of t TRUCK DRIVER WANTED; upn, ZNGINBIR-cbemlcal tr.lnl. r a-. IANE TRUCK WANTED. Will ex- St. ..nbr..d.FORDlll. I 2-20. $129S
Iu"n..aoul fort I c.. d..u H. enced In haulinc household I vanced decrees. adj i, 1937 Packard 6" 4doorsedan. Tudor sedsn: eon- BANTAM TRAIR-lI1.. Bonusto
around (12.0OO Ua B..k Ol.do for. for loa and lone distance drtvine I ministration 1 j Call Orlando 9558 or WinterPerk IB. 9 E..o I All .t.1 he. .uly .t 1942 Chrysler 4-door SodaS
Itself In IS month Shown by .0prwoa.letroJ, S. It, right
p- man.
j I Warehouse Co i, production I (45. St : 2 0 tached ear. ( 1942 Butrk 4-dpor Sedan

you want., afternoon a cood only. P.s m* I IIf I It LaDS Up t $300 I! S3 W. .Jackson .. I ployed b, I., company but desires PRIVATE PARTY will pay $700 for'bt FORD -' 0 2-or DeLuxe 10, R a Evans. 6 W.G cca. Jhoa. 1941 Buick Club Coup

A. Culver PD bll. ACTO. tHOLTR"M., be rU.bl.. locate vicinity Orlando Position 1940 light car. Box 2 8-Star. h p. motor. rubber; Write Box 247. S-Star. 1941 BuIck Convertible Club Coup

Orlando Ga Brl. .12 .hllo. Diamond loans,. .d to any wanted where ceneral ability of pn TRAILER _r.: I I I clem (995. Harley W.d..or. 615 CHEVROLET 1941 IV, ton: lone 1941 Boirk Convertible Club Coup
ter Park..Call fN.r Sun. afternoon.GROCERY .. I..(07 Company. J. F.Burcer. sort .of furniture References mus'b mary importance. P.r time end cn.' as part WANa air-con-'l I N. Orange Ave. 151'. j jI wheel base; 2-speed axle good eon- (New top and palM)

STORE and Meat M'I' .. Je1 Build i furnished. Wt P.O. Box '4i.G.I11 ]i 32.lulling. .orl. cud.r.d..Veteran ace ditioned. termite proof block house I 1 FORD 1941 convertible. A-l. exI i I i dition, used tires new tacs. (95. l I 1942 Chevrolet Aero Sodas

Good Location Nonunion I. P.. | Po.e I on lot. Nice shade some fruit. !r Cra Trade or offer 2324 W. South Cal 2-2831. 1941 Chevrolet Club Convertible
(31 N. Orange; dial SOI}. CASH LOANS-Quickly aiad on far- VSN8U you have been unable FSJLINO STATION ATTENDANT GROCERY Jta1 *.uto* and 4..o.d. 0, yourself or If you would I 1 llf management any else > lo I wanted 1005 N OrandviewI r I c8TOM-BtT erel.tn. ; gas stove; Ia LOANS LOANS LOANS'' 1941 Chrysler Club Coup
and .srke1. Currently I Horn P..a .* i like to Improve present positionor station: yrs experience. Please I j Dora. Florida. Phone 2415. I ; end attractive: pricedto 1942 Studebcker President Sedan

grossing (2750 to (3000 weekly. Inventory j I Metc.lf Bide. Disl 3-30. add t your .ou. please ea I, write Box 198 SStem.GROVZWORKExp.rienced. '. TRADE-2 bedroom cottage furni- '>! FORD 1937 sedan Ilk ol J. P. Mora ROt 15. Vmil 1942 Dodge Sedan
and fixture practically cov I : new;
CASH UADK aulckly. (10 to I re ef 1941 Ford Convertible Coup
tact Mr. Patterson. San JuanHotel.
LAS | as j ture. water, electricity. 50 layinc built motor I RI.I.
after operating e. i ; stomp down on* BORROW BY PHONEI!
e pr..O.ae.same location 14 $300. Jour ca or furniture.Aetns 1 I taker or laborer. Handle any crove hens; large lot; city and school bus 295. i CHEVROLET 1940 Sedan delivery 141 Ford Station Wagon

years 01.wishes to retire will fe Fissure C. ,11 8 OrD.. WE HAVE OPENING for young man .Ipmen\Family Want house and W.nt. Good 20'-2' house trailer |I r tn good endltla (650. 601 S.Lake. CALL US-THEN, STOP 1941 Oldsmobile Convertible Coup

ness and real estato or business I'I 01t C1 H.I who can tp. do le.e.1 oUIP R'D Uehaffey. Rt. 1.Apopka. 175. B.I.a. month. Ad- FOR 1939 coupe "6"' excellent Phone 1941 Plymouth Convertible dub
._ U.t WANTED a work not of ; I i dress 548. Orlando. Drive and nice. Coup
,Convenient terms to LAN H.1 fla. b P. Ba mor. 495. CABIN CAR-1941. Roomy luxurious IN THE SAME HOUR FOR
exclusive with buIDe.Short Interest. I permanent resident; apply in I J. 33 Robinson 1942 Pond** 4-door Sedan
Louis cr.o D wants work; USED carsI S.It & interior. Ample storsg space.Lightweight
Broker. 2 W. Washlncton. 141.HTI' pr-I I Star. .Itl pr.lum 1& : a orang Belt Truce Tractor >.. I .1 kin.of piloting;exprene.I.pr I: .. bfore 'O sell I II i I I, Easily attached any THE CASH! $30 to 1300 1942 PontIac Sodas

,: tile ]I '3 W. C..trLI work: 471. ,; W. pay U. high prle Z19 I car. (895. R S. Evans. 6O Ca
r. Steel and eon- i LOANS MADE from .10 to $300 i: IWrED-An ambitious young man I I MARRIED VETERAN-Age 21. per-- T w W"hl".tl. Phone 2-2 i, FORD 1946 convertible all extra era Phone 4321.

construction building la A-I .tr privacy; feat erryire. F.m7 with pleasing personality and ..t manent .rldenC beat references. 1 I' SPOT CASH PAID fo youc used coy I I C2175. 1216 8. Oraa** Blossom : 1941. lone wheel bases I Yea Get cash quickly on your Blinsture. $1395
..dUo C(75.OOO to build. flood r".o&n. ID 33 W. appearance to lean the office Mule I I year cll.e. : clerical See J. C. McKellar.Your Packard :I Trail. ', DDS body; 2-soeed axle 825x20 Auto
.p or Furniture. Can ''
S.cl.t (30.0. Beverly A. Phn. 11. ment business from the bIDDI.' I ence psCo with i Dealer." 342 N. Orange Ave. Phone FORD 1937 convertible sedan tire. Good condition. Seminole 1942 Packard Custom Clipper H_
Motel. ct F. 4.ROTI.I.Bow MONEY FOR HOSPITAL b Oet sad work .P t a tb I Consde on U Phon i 6147.I very good eo"dluo.Must see t..pprP.t. 0 County Motors phone Ssnford. 1011. 8edn
It here quickly when salesman good pay. i hale BrMJah 1 Sedan
grossing (150 per 7a .e tt. I i Ielo. WHY GIVE-Your away? Co.a S. and L. Trailer Sale i. DODGE TruckA-lcondltion. If I GFC Austin

day; 32 gush rooms fine dining Pld. ct 2 W. 1s St i I Check experience with Georse. tolling not S .ar.. I STENOGRAPHER Secretary, .fut ". them t* .tr.ir" trde on ether O.nae Blossom Trail._ i|I you eed a cood truck don't miss LOAN COMPANY 194T Chrysler Royal Sedan
room. An excellent opportunity : e.s Theater._ Sta.n 1 and ar._ work ." trailer, and the this Sam Auto Wrecking 1942 DeSoto 2-door Sedan
.', lor Inj j j, W.Dt FORD-1942 Master DeLuxe sedan: ,, bargain. (543 n East Robinson Phone 6795
eaallfled buyer. Call R. M. QUICK CASH LOAHa S Aa C.rk. fo Bines 1942 DeSoto 4-door Sedan
Stewn Furniture. I POBx 15T. 'n.1 Wi..n a exposition YrsilerNO radio and heater; S new tires: new Co. 2700 Kuhl Ave. I
111. Broker. Exclusive Agent. note and auto loan 2-hour urn,. I She. paint condition '
I J .x.U.D' DODOE--II38. I'l ton take body
let. PemitLoss I I 11.5
JOBBING BUSThZS-.leteblluh.4io I i|:, Buck Bldg. W.Co. I0t.-.5orids Drip Wanted I i TILB SETTER-Telephone 9408. ONI CAN PAY you more for your can b eD Sun. at 47 H.ll a' Good condition reasonable. *4 I
Orlando annual cash ealee ewer Phone_ __2-1661.R C'1 66 Sale R. S. Liens. '' WorldsLereest ph. 52.FR1935 mile 8. Cheney LIar on Cannon I I SI4
fifty .. On* person see I r 5COHRESPONDFNtK Auto Dealer." resardles of. 2-or sedsn Body and Mill Road. QUALITY CARS
.dl. ul" easily Increase 4 ODT et OF. :wbo ask for a loan ler' &". no! 71. Airplane Sales and Service It antiquity obsolescence or tt* I"telor Motor and b DODGE-1M pickup track Overhauled I I I 1(41 Mercury Station Wsgen lUte

hundred thousand. Stock all _.- .. Pn.1. Finance Co. .Dt.u.el .L.d.f."nae 1.. I .p.rIUI ne.D. See EUwood car for good low cost .> throusboutSee at 100 W. '42 CADILLAC "82" SEDAN *w)
salable and el.. IU only reasoafor G.'Woife. 01cr. Phone 2-U4 i. smiling training AT-6 PLANE-.Puny licensed for day E. t Gr.I.. A/*.pb portatlon. Price (295. R. 8 Evans. Washington St Hydronauc. Radio Beater Very low I94A Mttuk Auctia 4-door Sedan

selling: ,- huudr 1. I .x.re.e"earn ,10 weekly. Wrt I .a night firing full instrument I 4OO N Orange Ave. phone 4771. DIAMOND-T 1940 3lj-ton model mileage. Looks and drives Mt* 1942 Ford Convert**!* Club Coup
It. Call owner phone Mr. Smith. Art less than on the 47'PK REND know how FORD 1939 (Look and drive Ilk. a '48.
P..l r.n convertible
10 hou radio
6O9-H and 1942 Great Dane trailer.
IreUI '
LUCRATIVE FRANCHISE with heavy YOU. CA, BRW1..ta1 Minneapolis. 15. I .oor. Price . .n U high dollar for :o car and beater Body in cup eon- painted and overhauled like new A. 41 CADILLAC "61" xctMaBy Mean thruout
For personal Interview I i, '| Airways hunger equity. la five dition. Radio sod Heater Extra vice ae.1
-t. v LIGHTING Fixture th Ca mlalt. W top and leather upholstery in I. Plepenbur ph. 4921. Moines AnD
Bastoa\ Pa.LAKE'FRONT 480 North Oranr FUOREE Orlando ive ,* (1.99
Crrta. ; Give
Wt. Holen P quality Ene new eh.a. good Complete with 1947
: Pun_ Ph 7138. I i ERcUB" 201 N. Orance Blossom ; ondIUoa. :- 1942 4a-ton pickup engine $1500 and Over
Bar. C.'e. dance Cocoa and Winter lower prices. Immediate delivery with :and .n. Im- Tri '1. tax ( S. E" ; 400 N. Ot- overhauled: cood tires. Also '41 CADILLAC 62" SEOAMHTdramatlc
floor itvinc oaarter On MinRlakway. B.nl lampe. New beautiful selling outfit mediata eb tr.le ante Avephane 471. radio and neater. A
IH Crso Chevrolet truck. Good
S ;S' t acre 40O ft. lake front- I I Southern Je'rl Company. 240Whiteker and super Cube j FORD-1937 aedan. New fin- shape Call 7087. M. K. really nice car. ( .. 14 Ford CweerttMe Club Coupe
)) ace House and cabin extra. Netting .. Ga. I and super cruiser for rent Showster 1DONT;. LOSE ish. Motor and Ikl. BrIm.II"1 I 194 Nash 4-dwor Sedan
(1000 per month. Has liquor and :: 13 Montage Las 1 MAN S..DD.h-Trsvelinc poliUon.- Ap.rk 2 miles east of Winter VON Complete with. prd Ode Winter Vista Garden Road. 1 '42 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD 1942 Ouyaler Rew Porter 4-door

beverase Bcenses. Fully equipped i I I W contract '; Vecr. Traininc. FllchUeeinc.m'fMja ,I W. pay fan value for .0Ddtoa quick 8 .ta. :': 7 passenger sedan radio and" he.ter.I 8.du
kitchen and dining Owner sell-(\FIRST MORTGAGE L.- and women. : smaller I Da"w hesitate see D o. e.1 40O M. Orange .a... R 4771. FORD TRUCK-1948 1 -toa; stake Like new m every way. 194.1 OadOtae "M" Sedan
I.on account Just far type of well .. f.n Not bins aeU.cub cU. TAYLOR CRAFT IMS deluxe body: never been used; reasonable; 1941 Buick Sodanette
o 0" : ; spe- !I
.n"ot of attractive pOr. Interest .low a* ; no t Involved. .ee. cial paint Job and Olin's Used C.r 2U N. Ave. FORD-1948 convertible coupe Shining t.esterWhit!. ph. IS2O.roR.Dl.J1 '42 CHEVROLET 192 SwIsh Sedan Beautiful Maroon
,,. HurkelO'Neal. Ra ta pay. fee*. Pryssvfirst .rch.aI work. Write radio and and itrr U"ht. O.. maroon finish R.dlo fox : modelAPIcItep. 'IJ 2 door town ledan Radio. Extra melds, very clean Uiruou'l
tors.; 116 Robtntan dial >, privileses 0. 102 "oth' tr bu..Tol. ti P 2-81. I !..tug and snot llrht. A ever 1321. 36th St. clean car 11.* 1942 Bwaok (lila
1. ]: Ir.nl Rn-lcGI N."oer. E. Ninth. Suite 704. I I since sew hOUR ltt. CwarvartlMe Coupe
128 N. 4 OOO actual ( .
R.trs. Or..e. Kansas City. Mo.MANUPACTVRER. cared: new BoequistAirport. .I. 8. PZDERAl--ltn trsetor-trnck. tulip I I one I* strictly a bone;' I
ACE'JK-N eoaUI. 210 .
have E".us 40O N .. Avtphone 42 BUICK SPECIAL
.r. l WANTS saleimandesler 826. equipped. *S9S. Fruehauf 28 ft Sedanette 1941 Cadillac S-paeer Coupe
a advertised U. tt* to 'sell .bb' cleaner for TWIN ENGINE ratings on Grumman I 471. Tat aeml-trailer "1150. Can be sees) ,I Rsdio. A beautiful low mileage car 142 Cadillac 7.pasteoger Sodas
e.tet manufacturer for wholesalerepresentation ROUE LOANS! gross no earaees.and Widgeon: land sea and instrument SUCCESS THE FiRST FRIH door sedan. A good workin Florid Die Casting F.. I (15SO. 1941 cadillac Sedanette
elate wide I = P.l.' makes this car 123 W 19W Chevrolet Style Master Sedan
.. atc exclusive Veteran's: training. Orlando Aviation.ce J dry dial l 2-1BM
.233 S-Btar I I Prompt and personal on FSA tory. Car II .. ununal buy Olln aK '42 CHRYStEB 194S njacwlll Club Coax
al .C." up. I Country Club. Ph. WI"te Park M3. I I Tn getting top price for your ear S".C O M C- 1942 Lost wheel hue !
or conventional l. rO.lrd. Larne profit and TAYLORCRAFT seat1 R.'8. Evans "World's LareeU Used C.n 24 N. O... or phone pla'form. new motw. good urea I New Yorker Fluid Drive. Low 1942 Packard Clipper Sedan
by side
ORANGE BLOSSOM TI you ''r. Cden. Postoffice B'0 : new in October- '>: n.lrte only one trip 'i I II 2-114. __ and hydrove brake 1942 ChessJeep Me. (l.Tw IMS Plyatawtk 4-door SedsnSTJNDAYSl
this Va Williams. R.lto. 21 W. T.llh.s. i &A1.n. further l o: FORD-1941 2 door aedan. Pony
w t"l.t Ut.I St. P. tie. 22O hr r.c Good tire and motor. GenerelTruck !i '41 FOXTUkP--
I bldlau t. Po. 110HO MAN WITH CAR-Stronc rherecter.rbeeris.i I major Ll.. eD.m.I 00mph i i I: t us today. 1 "Dp and I ezeeflent mechsni-' Equipment Com paD'; 2319 <. Convertible cowve BaJco and
now !
oa I '
and gracious IOPEN
'P lk.I manner aeilemind Price (165O OO. Raymond Aria- eDtk 1.15. StU. McRae. 98O9 11.2S0I :
further present Income .- ample en.e to travel Municipal Airport Phone I>: Drive I. to any .t our S Orlando .Mo 51 Or.. "'. HOUSX--TRAILER-Co..r.
not new home I LOANS-To with properly connected Pt Co phone 5296. Phone_ WHOa "
ldl t b rl. 1.t. I 78. 41 OLDSMOBILE 1DtIe-11
move ar*. I retina are and Help sell. Install neon Signs I II FORD : In excellent condition. Very con- I I ..
l. dKe r1" P.p e.n. suds IH. (850. See at Gateway ventent. Priced for immedisiasale 4 door Radio and
e.. and "l. pk l au. casts plan i Daily of larce proflu. : LUEAerl.. b I Wlntef Park ( .
The t. .r I easy I j I. ble. Including t plans. I Ch .t bare.P auickly estab- 32.1. Moe. Tea t ;: SELL US YOUR for* 1030: Mondayinomnlns. b I j at $6 O23OO MasaelwhK 6t R. S. EVANS

ble Call X-O842 for d.U aodsppointmont apeclrtcaUoM .D hove winI I bob sound b_ one deservIne .. jM b. .1 I CAR We.: laea.b GRAHAM 1937 < BOUSS-TRAILER- 2C duo' 39 PONTIAC "II' SEDAN
t* show > Perk Sa.< Loon IB line ,h..r. .a Pr Vele' Cr sedan The cleanestold custom built: aluminum. Priced to Extra
any 550 nice 7M. 6$ W. C.
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r Page 14 [A] cite' irmt&ttj !-tnttttrl-&tar Orlando, Florida, February 23, 1947 by Charles O. Andrews and W. W.I!t land to "be ready for the can to j forth mr tint efforts to mate a

1 Solicitation Arnold: of the co-chairmanship of j I work on April l" and made a plea, complete success of the Red Crocs.

I the Men's Division "has assured that "in the meantime let us put''Campaign."
Church Leader Visits Here has been vacationing for the past ''Soil Water ;"..: < i the success" of that portion of the '

month at the home of his foster "i drive.
I Carlyle B. Haynes of Washing. ; Both Thornal and Harry' P. Leu. ; CUSTOM BUILT VENETIAN BLINDS
ton. D. c.. author of 30 books on son and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. Postponed general chairman of the hospital
religious subjects and prominent William Ross Stromberg. He will ,ConservationTo f campaign lauded efforts of CarlC. ALUMINUM. STEEL WOOD

in Seventh Day Adventist circles return to. Washington this week. I Hall head of the hospital boardof GUARANTEED TEN DAY DELIVERY

Studied Postponement until April 1 of directors for his part in organizing Terms as low as S." per mouth

active public solicitation of funds and leading the special: RADBILL VENETIAN BLIND CO.

BLUE FLASH COOLERS Soil and water conservation for the $750.000 Orange Memorial 'I gifts section of the drive. IM E. Kaley Phone 1-411
Leu urged every citizen in Or-
needs will be stressed in an educational I' Hospital fund in deference to the

100 Years of Brunswick Engineering and Manufacturing I program to. be presentedthis opening on March 1 of the Red '"
week in six Orange County ,
Stand Behind Blue Flash I high schools in co-operation with r ,, Cross fund drive was announced

the Orange Soil Conservation District ,i: Saturday by Burton Thornal organization -

Supervisor R. E. Kipp reported chairman of the hos-

yesterday.The pital campaign."We .
first program win be pre- ,PORTABLE POWER PLANTS '.
sented tomorrow at Orlando Sen- believe our temporarywithdrawal
ior High SchooL from active solicitation -

Remainder of the schedule in-: of funds will help the Red

eludes Lakeview High School at Cross successfully complete Its 120 V. Current ANYWHERE
Winter Garden. Tuesday; Winter drive and. certainly we believe I
Park High School. Wednesday; the officials and workers of that

I Cherokee Junior. High School in drive can give us Invaluable assistance ANYTIMECheaply!

.4. afh iirEyr ,x'.40 Orlando. Thursday, and Memorial when the hospital campaign !
I i Junior High School Orlando and opens on April I," Thor- Units
i 4 Brand New Gov't. Surplus
nal said.
Ocoee High School. Friday. E. J.. M-DERMOTT

I The programs will be directed 1 directs advertising I He pointed out that it win take On Our Floor For Delivery Now! --

by .J. W. Burdette. regional head ob the co-operation of a great many '
of the section of education of roo men and women to make the hos- I I 0 This 2KW' unit Is the size and

the U. S. Soil Conservation McDermott Heads pital' drive largest in Orlando's type power plant used by farmers -

Service from Spartanburr, S. C. history a success. dairymen poultry ranch- / ,
Burdette will be the of I I ,
Robert E. Witherell district SCS I AdvertisingE. Thornal the hospital*said that organizationof ers and hatcheries, home-

conservationalist. He will appear J.. McDermott of Bridgeport. would continue campaign"where working it steaders and small shops. A fi
by request of A.- H. Reppard Conn., and Hagerstown. Md.. has I groups ,.
modern living
MODEL-R-15.4 CU. FT. CAPACITYIn been will in no way adversely affect necessity
appointed director of ad-
chairman of the Orange Soil Con-
servation district vertising and promotion for the Red Cross campaign. where public utility power is
ft length of only 5 ft. 1 in. of floor the Model R Blue i'i
space Thorpe Furniture Co., according The women of Orlando." he : not available invaluable ,
Flash provides 15.4 cubic feet of storage space. Its two compartments to Virgil R. Austin company said "under leadership of Grace i as stand-by units during tem
one deep and one shallow, permit its use for dry Orange County president. I
Phillips Johnson already have
storage or for dry and wet storage simultaneously. McDermott porary interruptions of regu- $395.00These
was recently associated done
Court Records an outstanding of or- Complete
lar electric service.
It holds a total of 429 6-ox. bottles 117.5 eases] standing [using MARKIAOC APPLICATIONS with Fairchild Aviation ganizingand are ready for the ,

dividers]/ or 708 29.5 rases] nested: 37Z IZ-oz. bottles [15.5 Richard Herbert Cole. 30. Amy: Clissbctfe ,- Corp.. following four years in the <: start of the biggest campaign in I i
N. J. and Enubetfe -Price Wilson Air Corps during which time he history. units brand they come from Gov't. warehouses sealed In metal eases
cases] standing, or 512 [21 cases] nested. It holds 360 half pint 26. Phoebus. V.. ,I our are new. Just as
bottles of milk, 220 pints, 105 round quarts, or 126 square quarts. Mercer Charles Todd. 23. rarpeoter.Pltuburth was stationed here. He will handle i,! He said that ; and ready. to run as soon as opened up. fueled and oiled., 6 H H.P. Brim & Stratton gasoline
-and Cora Illfabeth Wood. CO. 'I all radio newspaper and other recent acceptance I engine; Leland Electric Co. 2500 watt, 110-120 volt 60
Heavy-gauge steel wrapper, finished In high-baked enamel Is 05 Robert Miller.Korean Oobn.: ton. 22. student. forms of sales promotion for the : 300 Ibs. We have only a few. Get yours now at this low price. I

welded to massive steel frame. Rugged construction. Guaranteed Winter! Garden and Madse Kennedy! Pul- Thorpe organization. INCOME TAX
M HJ twin cylinder compressor. Shelves, dividers casters and ler. 21. stenographer 2SOO Conwar: Rd. I
Peter William Katanskas. 34. clerk.
locks are available as accessories. Whestoa. HI. and Luella Johnson rubs CORRECTION Returns Prepared
11.'ateooaraoher 145 Wail St. The telephone of the Nydegger Reasonable Rates JOSEPH BUMBY HARDWARE CO.CHURCH
Donald Edgar 21. 433 Rath St.. .
and Harriet :::.din m 21. valtrtu. Investment Co. is erroneously OPEN EVENINGS
:305 ....noli*. listed in the Interlachen ad on MALCOLM PHONE 6101
Francis Edwin IfeGhee. ROUTTTax ST. AT THE RAILROAD .
21. Poplar '
Orlando Appliance Co. Inc. page today's Sunday Sen- "
I Staffs Mo. and Usrlaa BofflattenBchoenf.lt. Consultant!
27. 311 B. Pine. I inel-Star. The correct number is zs I W. Chuck TeL MIS
Chester Windhorst. 40 citrus inspector. 065.
"HOT POINT SALES AND SERVICE" RU 3. Box 355. and Charlie Lee. 30. farm n __ __
MURRAY McLEISII, MGR. er MUaaSuits in Chancery

Zit N. ORANGE A\"I. PHONE 4537 Leslie P. Wait et u vs. Anal X. Reed
el al. I Krwart Brown H1U ... Dubsdread Corp.
et aU quiet title. -
Paul M. Lippa et erg In re adoption.
C. Harold Fence et all ... Prudential
Ins. Co. el els. quiet title.
Lena Mat Ginlack TS. frank Glnlack.
? Suits in Common Law
A. K. Pickard vs. Herman J. Heidrich.
dsmscM SSOOOO.
lie J. Ekwsll .-. M. Anaheim Thrash
tt al. ejectment damages S3OOO '
) .. Bettl J. Moon petition for letters '.
of testamentary. Setae of J. V. Moon.
Frank D. Guernsey Sr., petition for
letters testamentary: eclat of Ella M. a
Shepherd petition for letters lea
tamentary: estate of Claudine Smith.
Ines. D. Parker petition for letters tesmeotary. -
estate of Georse Lincoln Par-
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A. Smith amended petition for 1 ancillary letters! or administration estate
/ of Anna K. Campbell.
111d1 Petition and order administration unnecessary -
estate of Bradford Babbitt.M. .
B Verso we. final report and application
for discharge: estate of Katherinornurman. .y \ \
Thomas .:J........ petition for letters testamentary ti w w t ; '
estate of Inierborf Byson. I f
,,1 Jack Into Hoffman et at. petition for "
a vote s'dtt' PI man.letters testamentary: estate of Belle Hoff t ;" \ : P
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First annual report estate of .James: K. .: j
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Inventory and appraisal, estate of A. .
'.7' : Jacob Hosteller. '
ia Annual report estate of Helen L.
annual return, estate of Anna taJ 3Z
Sloan Allen.Carrla
P. Ban et at petition for letters!
of uardianshlp.. estate of Chestnut minors. p "
Inventory and appraisal estate of Henry K t edB
Ooldiborouch.Inventory .
ci and apparisaL estate of Wfl-
lam Anderson.
Central Title and Trust Co., final report
and application for discharge, estate of
Sidney Jones,
First National Bank final report and
application for discharge estate of Clara
Independence Storrs ,
Orlando A. Randan final report and
application for discharge: estateof AltheaB. w.
Randall '
America Wallace first annual report.
estate of Edward and Jesse Robinson. .
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Margaret Vainer first annual report
estate of McGraw minors.Pla. .
Bank and Trust Co.. Winter Park
letters of discharge, estate of Lucy Ward
i Beach. '
Mark B Dodd et ux to Morton B Craneet
ui wd tlO.
Norton B Crane et u U Mark B Dodd
and mil (SOOO.J .
M Grafton to. Mary L Plelda et YIrlID.

Many Book Values Fie. Sanitarium and Hospital to W 8
Blomely wed Si.Conn -
Public Service Corp to GeorfeCoffins'
Like These 00 Warner et lui sm. 3 wtw..rwsa..rm..rad N.reYir..r.r r.rereM.aMc
110.Nell B Giles et sir U B C Hitch Jr. fad

fcav Just arrived at Wool worth's t Big new. Louis W Blacken to Edith 8 HoUebsch
full-size bat sellers in library bindings they S wd tlO.
Ernestine Schmidt to Kelso Leon Mock
originally sold at much higher prices. All are at vx wd *10.Kelson .

complete just as the famous author wrote Catherine Leon mte Mock S47SO.et *x to Clarence L grille's as fresh and fashion- Look at the width amidships that gives over on turns, and brakes both easy and

love stories, movie hits.temschock ,
than ntysteriea. THAT
Clarence L Cathcrmaa et U R Benjamin

run.of reading entertain- Newman et u .... as a Paris label In a new you lolling room both front and back sure.
Come in, them at W--fla' Jesse L Beardsley et Bx to Xuien* M
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Lewis P Btratter et u: to Elmer: X Feic Fact or any
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Jennie R Colbert t* Leslie P Wait etmx with the style-wise as white
fled $1. timustith \ And look At finemeets with style I to produce
W T Berry et mx: to R O Pitman et mx tails. deeper. so ,

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Bread....... et u to Monroe W I forever. At metals and
THE Spears et u wd 10. There's the sparkle of bright, fresh seemingly stout Such being so why hesitate? A day
A P Schnitt et ux to Roy Broadwateret
ux wed S10. colors-the rich sheen of chaste chrome sturdy underpinning; at husky, curl- lost now in placing an order can be a
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well Linnle Jr wd w 10.Lewter to Laura L Lcwter 6> the sleek, slick able look of an exaround bumpers, controls light as aladyfingerat week lost later in taking delivery, so

mta John 12800.witrik tt u to Andrew Gsnns: press cruiser, shined and polished for .. .wheels that curb heel- get your order in now!
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IN THE MAKE-UP ROOM we find, left to right, actors Edwin Waite,

'who plays Mr. Paige, and star Reedy Talton, who is Gen. Grant, apply- Vt V i s.,iiw''s M

ing beards, noses and chins with the aid of make-up assistant Patricia
RELAXING IN THE GREEN ROOM before the curtain goes up, left to

Bryant. TIght Zelda Sheketoff and Eleanor Bellen, production assistants, and

( Actor William Barker who has the part of Rudyard Kipling play gin

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i 1 AT THE MASTER SWITCHBOARD Cameron MacCardeil, left. and William Davis are 1
kept busy with the intricate lighting effects which play an all-important role in making

this drama a success.

I I I Actors and Production Staff Work! Together ,, .

(in Rollins Pla'ers'Iost' Difficult Play' ,

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I Aiinougn toe able and timely ,Production Assistants Elinore furniture re-wallpapering the sets :!
assistance of the behind-the- : Bellen and Zelda Sheketoff and for the next scene and even bringing -
scenes crew is necessary for the Stage Manager Becky Hill
were down the curtains.
production of any smoothly-run busy seeing that everything was On tiptoes and whispering when '
play the 24 Rollins College stu- in its proper place and that the conversation was necessary. Robert
dents who played "the man behind actors were ready for their cues Boyle. Jack Kelly Lydia Dorsett, !1 1 jd
man behind the
actors" at the There was drama in every William Davis Pearl Jordan and
world premiere of Harold M. Sherman's corner as William Davis and Fred Taylor were seen helping I :
"Mark Twain" at the Annie Cameron MacCardell watched the Frankie Goldberg set the properties I
Russell Theater this week con- light control board; through four in place and get each scene
.. tributed more to making it a hit. phonograph turntable Miriam ready for the exciting call of "cur-
perhaps than did the actors them- Rex and Bette Stem played the tain." A:vI
selves.In recordings made by the actors But between the moments of '
the first place the histrionicuse and the music by Dr. Herman tense activity both the actors and '
of three techniques, radio, cinema Siewert: Make-up Assistants Pa- the crew found time for a little :
and theater makes this the tricia Bryant and Jack Kelly relaxation. They played gin )JJ\\ ( :
most ambitious and complex play rushed in split-second time to have rummy or studied in the GreenRoom I :. !

ever staged by the Rollins Players. the actors ready for each appear- sat in chairs the stairwayand _____
Director Howard Bailey encour- ance; Costume Aides Marilyn on tables, made telephone
aged the actors and production Lahn and Joan Leonard pinned a calls and had round-table discus- r 'a
staff to work together closely in bustle in place or replaced a collar sions on the day's happenings. aMy:
presenting the difficult production. button. The stage crew com- There was a lot of hard work
The facilities for staging this posed of Fred Taylor Sally and co-operation as well as
drama called for 12 scene changes Hobbs, Anne Smith Grayce Dolid drama on the "Mark\ Twain"

STUDYING BETWEEN SCENES oh the comfortable antique bed which which were successfully worked Carol Starr. Jack Bayers David backstage but everyone seemed to

was used in the Mark Twain bedroom scene Josette Stanciu out theater by Wilbur Dorsett instructorof Meifert Patricia May Gene be enjoying his part in the production ENTERING THE STAGE DOOR, inside of which silence prevails, are-
who arts at Rollins, and Sturchio and Charles Howard .
were And will
is Mrs. Grant in the play, and Grayce Dolid, right, member of the stage ". Richard Verigan, who also per- sometimes aided by the actors the final curtain many falls regret tomorrow that Helen Bailey. dressed for the important role as Olivia Clemens,

crew. fected the intricate lighting ef- themselves in swinging the wagon- night on the last performance Twain's wife, and Ilo Lorenz, right, as the older daughter, Clara

O fects. Before each curtain rose like sets into place. arranging the which starts at 8'15 pm.f Clemens.

Art Festival Attracts Large Hinkel-Parker Held

I z.. Nuptials I

Crowds To View Paintings I

Friday' in Impressive Ceremony

Orlando and Central Florida art \ Pattcla f.. -
lovers crowded the Washington St. Second.Pint. Ellen Barbara Rain CarrU Pittsburgh__ at 8till 5'30 P Llf.m.-" The Orlando Army Air Base lime net trimmed with talisman
i, and O'Neal arcades Friday and Thud June Ambrose."S- Uor Head" qM !Chapel was\ the scene of the wedding roses. and carried talisman roses.
Saturday to view the many paintings i> Judges included Mrs. Clark Parsons 5 Friday night when Mrs. Ad- The bride's mother wpre a
by well-known artists of Or- Miss Edith Fairfax Davenport 5 ) I Ie Is ( dielynne Kemp Parker daughterof deep purple velvet gown wuh gold
lando and vicinity which were on and Mrs. Marshall Clark. ; x : Mr. and Mis. W. R. Kemp of accessories and a yellow orchid:
exhibit at the Art Festival and Artists contributing their works .c this city. was married to Lt. Col. corsage. Mrs. W. W. Millard .-q
Mart there sponsored by the Or- were\ Roy Crane. H. B. Robinson. Clifton B. Hinkel, son of Mr. and attired in a black crepe dress:!
lando- Art. Assn. Mrs. Victoria Hutson Huntley. I Mrs B. M. Hinkel of Robstown trimmed with\ lace, and wore a
The festival opened Friday with Miss Nadine Richard. Mrs. Rose Texas. Maj. T. E. Adams base black skull cap with lace manti'la:
approximately 300 paintmgs of Marie Bage. Mrs. Francois Calvet, axnt chaplain performed the double- veil, and had a corsage of purple
different types and mediums on Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Foster. William ting ceremony in the presence ofa orchids.Lt. .
display. Its purpose was to stim- Krusen. Mrs. Clark Parsons Mr.. .S'e R large assemblage of friends and E. B. Sievwright Jr. acted as
ulate an interest in art among the and Mrs. Hugh McKean. Mrs. relatives of the couple. best man for Col. Hinkel. Ushers;;
people of today especially the Florence Hudson Mrs. M. W. Pel- I A program of nuptial music was included Lt Col. Gardner Sharpe
youth and to give the public an zer. Mrs. G. L. Jones Mrs. Jeanne = r rendered by Walter Men es, solo- Capt. William Frantz. Capt. RIch-
opportunity to see the works of Wolfe Ruth Galling Don Dunond. .ft ist and Edward J. Lord organist ard H. Rixon and Lt Jack P. Hunt.
local artists. D. C. Greason. Mr. and Mrs. Ul- Huge baskets of white gladioli, Following the ceremony a reception
As an added incentive to the art rich Fisher. Mrs. Elizabeth Allenof carnations and Easter lilies and dance was held at: the
students in Orlando cash prizes Orange City. Mrs. Lu Halstead p : r against a background of lighted Officers' Club with Don McEm-
were awarded the three best worksof Jerome. Mrs. Maxwell Foster. G. tapers in branched candelabra and bers orchestra playing for the
students under 21 years of age. M. Massey. Mrs. John C. Hill. Mrs. r tall palm trees formed a lovely dancing. The main lounge of the
First prize, the $25 Jenkins Dolive C. P, McCall. Mrs. Blenus Wil- 4q V u, nuptial setting. The pews\ were club was\ decorated with palms and
sward went to Ellen Haler of the liams. Mrs. Pauline Garvin. Mrs. marked with\ white satin stream- white flowers\ and in the librarywas
Vocational School Art Department E. H. Selley. Mrs. Louise
Rybolt. the bride's table cenfred:
burgh pastel painting of "Pitts Mrs. Elmer Bermer Robert W ersThe bnde wore a sliver lame with a tiered cake, surrounded by
at 5:30 pjn. J. Hyde Craw- Boyle and F. E. Robertson 86- onnrpss style full-length dress. arrangements of pink glad'Oll? ,
ford. 16-year-old high school student year-old of Sanford. Mr. Robertson with short
train and featuring a daffodils and iris. Assisting Mrs.
who at present is showing his is the brother of the noted nigh round neckline long sleeves Kemp in serving the guest; were
one-man exhibition at the Cham-
ber of Commerce Bid artist. "Grandma Moses. which ended m- points over the the Mmes G. Crofton Enneht, Elsie -
? won w'nsts. Her headdress! was a skull Rounds. and
r "a.O uhf' Page Bu-sel:
second the Edith
j prize $10 Fairfax
cap of silver meisch trimmed witha Miss Jan Rollison
P Davenport award for his "Sunday Two was in chargeof
SpeakersAt halo of purple orchids. She ear- the bride's book.
year-old Parade" Donald in water Meadors colors.of. Grand Eight-,> DISCUSSING THE SET ARRANGEMENTS are left to rig ht Haro'ld M Sherman, author of the historical drama his ned a bouquet of purple orchids. After a wedding trip to the
attractive and enthusiastic wife, Mrs. Sherman and How and Miss Darleen Millard. daughterof East Coast the
Ave. School was awarded the $5 Republican, Bailey director of the play Behind them are the pin- couple will reside
Col. and Mrs. W. W. Millard, in Orlando.
..prize donated bY Mrs. George C. reel lines, which control the drops. as
maid of honor, wore a blue net
Young for his work in crayons entitled I II --
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Clowns." Miss Margaret:, Club Meeting r France. She is well versed in International over fitted taffeta gown fashioned with OAAB Club SetsWeek's
i bodice. short sleeves and
Piper of the Orlando Art Assn. I 1 affairs, having travel- Civic Orchestra I Rosalind Bridge Tea ,, A
made the presentation of the'' Two well known speakers Plays Friday' full skirt. Her headdress was a ctivifiesThe
award yesterday atternoon. Baroness Coelette Van Boecop and :!i: ed and around attended the world nine times i'>I 1 The weekly bridge tea will be skull cap of blue net. with a halo schedule of event at the
Ribbon the League of Na- The second of the Children'sTheater County with explanations of vari- : of yellow roses Her bouquet was\ Orlando ,
Mrs. held
prizes for painting In Newton Merrill will discuss tions at Geneva. Thursday afternoon at the also of Army Air Base tihi week
oils water colors and black and different phases of the subject Mrs. Merrill who Series which is being ous instruments. Members of the Rosalind Club. Mrs. Harold Bear- The yellow roses in connf'Ctlontth the Officer
is a popular bridesmaids included Mrs
They white and pastels mere also given. -International Affairs." at the speaker at Orlando civic clubs. ,I sponsored by the Junior League of group have played together for dall is chairman of the hospitality; Gardner Sharpe Mrs. Dudley Jer- Club will be as follows:
were as follows: meeting of the Orlando Woman'sRepublican the : Orlando will feature a program pleasure for the 15 MONDAY OAAB Woman's
spent Summer past eels Miss Ruth
oft in Europe and years. committee. Enright and Miss
Pamtinm I Club
Bowling Club. 7 30
Ptnt I Club scheduled for given by the Orlando Civic Or- : pmTUESDAYWoman'
Prh __..' ] .
also Elaine
CarrU sun Life'8ennd attended the International The sale of season tickets for Rounds. They. wore gowns
[ Prtae. Joha Hall flab Nt'Third. Thursday at 12:30: pjn. at the \ chestra under the direction of Dr. : Other committee members are $ Club Wel-
Kllru, Hater __ "Landsrape1 I Assembly of Women in New York Kenneth R. This the series has closed but children i 1 fashioned as Miss Millard's. Mrs. fare Group 8:30 ajn. to 12 pin-
Orange Court Hotel. Steady. presen- the Mmes. F. Burton Smith How-i!
Wa"r c.oa State. She will speak on "What Sharpe and Mrs Jerrels wore Red Cross
Bldg. base.
rirR s..oDd.. !J. Sue Hyde t..aaford "Strwt Seen*" 1 Baroness Van Boecop. head of Women Can Do For Peace. tation is scheduled for Friday at desiring to purchase tickets for ard Sayre F. Monroe Alleman. J fuschia net over taffeta with skull WEDNESDAY on Movie
KehlwYellow :
Third. Did Ltvia Barn. the French department at Rollins Reservations for 1:30: pjn. at the Memorial Junior thi- erformance may do so in the cans of fuschia net trimmed withbride's
-Red Root Barm'taeli the luncheon High School Auditorium.The C. White, Grace G. Reed. EdwinD. in main lounge at club 8 pjn
wed College and professor of c1vllizaI must be cnilaren! department of the Al- roses. and carried bouquets
WftiteOM made by Wednesday THURSDAY
First. Doria WeteYu noon Crane. F. W. W D. Randall Woman's COIb
orchestra, Heyl
eren. Black __, _-BOT Blttlni'Wro. I, Uon there will\ speak on the sub-i to either Mrs. Del G. Heasley or talent composed of local bert<;on Public Library or at the of bnde's roses. Miss Enright and Bridge Club 1:30: pjn, main
Hovard! Pcarc _.sWlW.1 I I ject In regard to her native land I I Mrs. C. E. Weldon. Interest will to the present a program ofI door on the night of the presenta- Jr.. Horace Day Grace Phillips Miss Rounds wore lime net over ,. lounge.
I children
of Orange tion. :: Johnson and A. H Reppard. yellow satin with skull caps of..4 I SATURDAY Regular dance.

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given as follows: Miller
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MONDAY <8tM tthU.. ApMtlet 10 am., 4IS =
the Holy Communion. 12:05: Moon InterceMlou -
and Ut n.; 3 PJH-. Woman's
Auilitrr rccoUr monthly proer m meettns .
: p ID_ cTCBlnc prayer; 7.3O p-m.
Boy Beout Troop 33.
TUESDAY: 1201 Noon laterccMlou and LITTLE SHOES 0'M,
Ltuny: 3pm. Junior Choir noearul .
at Cathedral school 3.30 p.m.. ChUdr %.
.' confirmation claM with CtDOB
Robert Outrun In parlstt houw.WCONC8DAY .
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I m.. Holy Communion. 1249: Moon In-
tcrceuloni and Litany; I pm* events & '" "..
prayer; a pnu Lenten e ening aerrlcc 4 I "" .
with Bishop louttit .ctal en1achlDn i'
.of the Churth." I love you for your open lines ; ''p '
miDAY; 12 Oft Moon 'II'
Litany 3.30 pm.. Cub ScouU. 4 p.m.. I
Children Lenten service: p m. eve- ; "
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SATURDAY: "30 .m. Junior Acolyte me;
with Canon Oumm. 12.05 Noon Intcrcccton
( and Litany. .
At the Thursday evening Len
ten services throughout Lent at Bright and gay in green The way you hug my foot
X.Louttlt. H HMISS .
St. Luke's, the Rt. Rev. Henry
Suffragan Bishop of the I python.
Diocese of South Florida will give 19.95 .' ..
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a series of talks on "The Teachings buoyant'y
of the Church." The schedule -
is as follows: Feb. 20. "Chris. 1
tian Idea of God": Feb. 27. "Our I
Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ"; | .f
March 6. "The Holy Spirit and the '
Church": March 13, The Sacra-
mental Principle": March 20. "The I JOYCE POOLE J
Prayer Book as the Way of Life"; i
March 27. "The Individual's Relationship Will become the bride of Ens. Marcus L. Cox,

to God" and April 3."The USN, son of Mrs. Cora H. Cox of Orlando and Jacksonville .

.Holy Communion. Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of her mother, Mrs. .

These Thursday evening Len-the !, Ruby M. Poole, 220 S. Lawsona Blvd. Dr. Marshall C. .
ten services are sponsored by j
Men's Club and an invitation Is i i Dendy, minister of the First Presbyterian Church will perform

extended to anyone to attend the ceremony, and the musical program will be given Red calf with nail head trim.&rfs .

them.SuttonSigmon. by Miss Catherine Sorey, soloist, accompanied by Miss i
I Jane Hood. Honor attendant will be Mrs. James S. Poole 14.95

3d, and bridesmaids will include Miss Alice Peel and Miss ,

Elizabeth McNeill. William Lord will act as best man. A

Nuptials Held reception will be held at the home after the ceremony.best .

man for his son. and the :pianist. The setting for the wed \
bride's father gave her in mar I ding before the fireplace which

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ned riage. : was covered with arrangements of
Sigmon of Baltimore Md. are announcing Other members of the families I.
orange blossoms and held lighted
the marriage of their attending were Dr. and Mrs. W. The quantity is limited due to conditions
H'I In crystal candelabra on
daughter Martha Corinne. to Spiers. Mrs. M. E. Waring. tapers
Kenneth Albert Sutton. son of Mr. I and Mrs. K. P. HoUoway. Mr. and : each end. The orange blossomswere control. 4 "
beyond our
and Mrs. Albert S. Sutton of this I, Mrs. L. A. Morris Jr.. and Miss I used profusely in decoratingthe .
city which was an event of Saturday I: Patsy Morris, of FruiUand Park: living and dining rooms. 1
night at the Sutton home. I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McKay of > .
I At the reception which followed
611 N. Summerlin St. The Rev. W. Eustis. I
R. Clarke minister of the North I I The bride wore a white flannel the ceremony. Mrs. Sigmon. -
Park Baptist Church performed tailored suit with blue and white Mr*. Sutton and Mr. and Mrs. W. Other beautiful I. Miller shoes arriving often. .
the ceremony. I'I accessories and had a corsage of : H. Spiers received over a hundred .
The Informal home weddingwas white roses. Mrs. Sigmon and Mrs. guests. The bride's table was centered )) .
attended by the immediate Sutton wore tailored suits In pastel with a three-tiered cake.
families and the bride had as her shades while Miss Sutton the Mrs. M. E. Waring grandmotherof Shoe Salon Street Floor .

honor attendants her mother.Mrs. bridesmaid chose a dusty rose I'I the bride presided over the ,
filgmon. and the bridegroom's mo- velvet dress The attendants wore bride's book.
ther. Mrs, Button. Bridesmaid was I corsages of white carnations.A I' After a wedding trip to Miami
Miss Jerry Sutton. sister of the I program of nuptial music was I and Key West the couple will reside -
bridegroom. Mr. Sutton acted as I rendered by Mrs. K. P. HoUoway in Orlando. .


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'PersonalsMrs. .I I Beuren of Middletown, N. Y.. are I Page 4 IB[ ] r tt'r &unbttg .5rnttnt1-Ertlr Orlando, Florida, February 23, 1947 f

of Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Kennedy -
Harrison Ryder of New- guests Exhibition of Paintings

burgh N. T. and.Mra Ainu Van 711 Putnam st. f. t '. kyk .r," .
s Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Banks of Betty Wood R. L. Luker ByMaxwell -

Raeford Rd, are entertaining

AT WINTER PARK Mrs. Banks' brother. Edward Is Bride Of To Marry Foster

; US .M are N.. ..** AM.On Howes of East Weymouth. Mass. [)f.... Albert Fatten Massey
i Block Nortk o* tIM PoololHco Mr..' Howes to 'a discharged Sea Mercer Todd Oren
Kaye Member .f the Orlando Art Assn.
Handkerchiefs Bee and was Okinawa at the
on Lake Worth Unit and Norton Gallery W. Palm Beach
i time of the typhoon. I The marriage of Miss Betty Mr. and Mrs. Guy Oren of this .

BAttTAEIJiLITAETIS Ii i Wood daughter of Mr. and Mrs.E. C- city formerly the engagement of Indiana and are announcing approaching --I Feb. 24 thru 28th : ,,,;

( III A. Wood. to Mercer C. Todd of marriage of their From 10 A.M. to 6 P.M., #' '.->:,.

I lDLPOaTUS 1 CAMELLIASPlant Pittsburgh Pa. took place Saturday $5 youngest daughter Kaye to :
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ert L. Luker. son of Mr. and
I r etar.Jrtr.I night at the First Methodist F Rob-I At the *
Charles L.Luker of this city.
I I I : PA..MMon.gr.mmg Now Church. .$:;:: The bride-elect attended San Juan Hotel Mezonlne .. ..
From Tko Dr. John Branscomb officiatedand # ic dor Senior High School and Indiana A
and enjoy their the program of nuptial music University where she took .
MADEIRA ISLANDS Landscapes in Oil Water ColorsPortraits
an active part in campus activities "
Fin. EmbmdtrMS bloom this Season. was given by Jesse Pedrick Baker .r -
Oo Lien ... Orjondy 1 organist;; and the Girls Treble # in Oil ,
Mr. Luker attended Orlando
Over 100 Varietiesto Choir. The church was decoratedwith Admission Free Open U Public't
schools and received honorable
lonqiict Sort banked palms and white an
Too Sort select from discharge from the U. S. Navy
I. flowers. after serving in both European and
Cocktail NopkiMIridgi all colors beau The bride given In marriage by PacificTheaters for three years -
SetsGu.st her father wore a wedding gownof and nine months. While in the
T .1. tiful and rare types. which featured
white nylon a Navy. Mr. Luker served as a petty
Finger low! Doilies net yoke long pointed sleeves and officer. \

We Gift Wrap N. L Hasty Jr. fitted bodice from which fell a _
jLeektn Welcome W. .., ttn.f.] full skirt. Her fingertip veil of Program at SynagogueThe
but .e.tr vrgo to by.R 44 L Colonial Dr. Tel 2.2162 illusion was caught to her head I I
Central Florida District of
Petak q.Michigan la the Summa with a cap of lace trimmed with I
--- F Z.OA. will present today at 8 p.m. ,
of the valley She carried a
in the vestry room of the
synaI I
white Bible with satin streamers
gogue a program featuring "A
centered with an orchid. Look
at Palestine" I
Miss Jane Roos cousin of the Then will be music and dances
II Judy Jim OriginalsDesigned bride was maid of honor. She also a report on the World Con- I
chose a gown of beige, while Mrs. gress on Palestine In Basle Switzerland I
Keenan Stringer, matron of honor, by the national vice-pres,
for your little girl in our lovely new chose blue. Both carried assorted ident Abe Goldstein. Music will be I
I flower bouquets. furnished by Bernard Fnedland. : .a.al .aw
I sheer fabrics-white and pastel colorsin Keenan M. Stringer acted as violinist from Rollins College and
best man and Robert Blackburnwas dances by Young Judea under the.
III organdy, dotted swiss chambray and groomsman. leadership of Miss Ruth Leny.

flowered dimity. Following the wedding a reception : Arthur Farmer is in charge of''
was held at the home of the MISS KAYE OREN the program Hostesses for the'
bride aunt. Mrs. W. T. Roos. 507 evening will be the wives of the
betrothal told.
Also charming assortment of readymade
Anderson St. The three-tiered __ members of the board of directorsof
dresses, pinafores and bathing suits. wedding cake was cut by the bride ZOJU
I and groom and Mrs.William Dun- A reception: will follow the pro-
and Chaikin Here
I Admission Is free.
Braggiotti gram
slice sister of
the bridegroom and
Please place your Easter orders early. Miss Barbara Mink assisted in

serving. March\ 5 in Duo-Piano ConcertThe -
For traveling Mrs. Todd chose
2AJt1dy? Jim Shop a suit of light blue with navy blue music to be offered by movement from Grieg's popular I i-tri
382 N. Tel 21201t II. accessories and orchid corsage. Af- I Mario Braggiotti and Jack Chai I and romantic Concerto In A :Minor ] 11 M
ter a short wedding trip in the kin at their two-piano concert I .
State the couple will make their appearance at the Winter Park I"| Braggiotti. senior member of the T31-1 1Ii
home in Pittsburgh. High School Auditorium on March duo. has an interesting career in Premium4 1 1in
5, will be distinct and different : the making. He was born In Florence t
in character from anything of its the son of American par-
I SchwidCoxsonWedding kind. The two are equipped with i ents, who had moved to Italy after 9ua/f t
t an extensive repertory of two- their marriage. They were \.; i Ii Resort whites
I II Ij piano transcriptions all by Brag- I singers who had met during their tuf not ti ,oHrdillefroMour
j Set giotti. who is noted for his talentin 1 student days In Paris. Naturally in pnce / s : color.bright collection
I Sightseeing-Shopping? I II arranging the works of great the children were brought up In ; for Mithmy Fiend- dark

I II Next composers for the medium.Braggiotti's a highly musical atmosphere. I S.. red 'ur tit ..* I
I Thursday special genius! Braggiotti was one of eight children .
Inelude the Home It House In I'
I Hobby reaches its height In his scoring and all the children played
your Itinerary please. Hundreds do Joseph'A. Schwld of Clementon. I and Interpretation of moderns, as some instrument sang or danced I MaqnavoxRidlo I 4
N.J, is announcing the forthcoming I i Ravel l. Stravmskl Gershwin and During World War I, Braggiotti I
:every-week_ -because it la really a marriage of his daughter. ,DeFalla. Something from all of ,played the cello or piano for war I J Pb..l.pbCOOPER'S :
Helen Marie, to Dr. Harold Paul these i I will be heard at their Win- wounded In hospitals in Italy. The I
I show place-completely unexpected- Coxson of Stafford. N. J. which I I ter Park concert. which is a bene I family returned to America on the
with thousands of useful and deco: will be an event of Thursday at I fit arranged by the Symphony I,death of the mother and enteredon .c
I 4 pm. at the Orlando Army AirBase i Society of Central Florida in its varying artistic careers Mario )
rative Items for the home. for entertaining Chapel The Rev. William A. series to raise funds for the reorganization .going to the New England Conservatory j .
I Mierop brVher-ta-law of the of the orchestra next I I'I Later he studied piano Music Store
and all really -Gifts. even If I bridegroom elect win performthe 'season. ,under Isadore Philippe In Paris,

I y the recipient Is YOU. ceremony.No 'I Tickets to the Braggiottl-Chal-I counterpoint under Caussade and 20 W. Church St. r
I lI Invitations have been issued ,kin concert. which composition with Nadia Boulan- .
I There Is no helter skelter buying and but an friends of the couple are I Il 1 by the performance of a two-piano 1I A ger. His concert partnership with Phone 4652
/ I l Invited to the wedding, and to the I version of George Gershwin's /1 Jacques Fray. until World War II. n dYl1v
meticulously selected for Quality. reception which will follow at the "Rhapsody In Blue.* are availableat followed, with a notable successon
I Officers' Club. the Music Box In Winter Park tours of Europe and America. ;
J" Utility, and Price. During the war Miss Schwld i and at the Southern Music Storein During World War n. Brag-

Visit the .. I served to the Woman' Auxiliary Orlando. The concert Is the giotti. as an accomplished linguist
Volunteer Service. Before training .second In the Symphony Society's served with the Psychological
at Oklahoma A and M College she i benefit series and was preceded Warfare Branch of the Allied .
'on Feb. 1 by the sensationally successful Military Occupation forces as radio -
was at the
: Naval Air Station
& Hobby Horn Jacksonville. On receiving: her dis- Gordon String Quartet director. He introduced Gershwin's .u, i.. ,_ :.; .Co :):'1-;''' 4
ifH' :performance. Last of the series "Rhapsody In Blue" to theItalian.s
charge she became
with 'will be the Central Florida debutof and they loved it," In
the War Assets Administration.Dr. '
J trafe mmA Lawrence Tibbett. WOrld-fa- his own words. After the libera- ..
Coxson. son of Mrs. Emily u.
he to
mous operatic baritone. ,tion of Italy helped reorganize -
I v 1111 East Colonial Coxson. Is a practicing physician I The two young piano experts the country's musical i
of Stafford, N. J. A graduate of 'will open their program with Toc- culture, and during this period
Temple University Medical School 'I cata and Fugue in D Minor from appeared as soloist with various
he served his internship at Cooper Bach in the In Flor-
Simpson's Exclusive ...........................................1 Hospital Camden, N. J. In 1942 i style to which eminently this famous classical mas- symphonic ence and Turin.groups Rome

he was commissioned a captain In I terwork Is suited. Wagner, Mous- Since returning to the United \ ';r .
r the Army Air Forces while sta- sorgsky. Daquin and SaintSaensare States. Braggiotti has resumed his s ; a
ir i i tioned at the Orlando Army Air other composers representedon concert career as duo-pianist with t
: White for Chic Base, and was later discharged the program, besides the"Rhapsody his new partner the talented Jack t'
Flv. diamond ,
/ with the rank of lieutenant colonel. In Blue" and the first ,Chaikin. wedding
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Marghab Linen came In this v '
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costume in feather-light all-wool gabardneI Fivo diamond ring. t
;. Easter Cards painted all ,over in two bright colors! It washes like a dream. delicately des! g nod. '..
The long one-button jacket is extravagantly / I ir -
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j % I -catch our breath for a week or Ij j in your choice of red and green royal blue and fuchsia or fries faelud. To*.
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II e 1i From our beautiful collecUon'of Spring Suits // and we're pretty proud of them. two wooU to rfWnroryUse F.,.

Use! our Layaway Plan too.chanting.The Easter toys are en 1 .

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I Voters 'Orlando i Florida, February 23, 1947 ahf frunfog &MtttorU&tar Poge 5 IBi[ J]
omen for Blld about ef/J1fJza17tMlda ,

We need fire protection to provide erosion and to regulate stream I
+ Will Discuss OHS Debaters
e forest cover to prevent soil ; now.

I Cancer Control"What ([J)1MSJE On ProgramAt

Can We Do About Cancer I
? NORTN ORANGt AYI. Ar ." a subject which comes close By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor Sorosis
citizen win be
to the lives of every '
ORLANDO discussed at the meeting of the Tl TORE THAN 200 members and pledges of the Pi Kappa Alpha A debate on "Socialized Medi I
League of Women Voters at the I"-- Social fraternity and their dates enjoyed one of the fraternity cine" will be given by members of...
Dyer Memorial Bldg.. Rollins College most exciting weekends at the University of Florida when they pre- Mrs. Irene Lighthiser's speech I 0.\.1 '
class of Orlando High School for rO\\SRiO'
I Friday at 10:30 am. sented their' 25th -Dream Girl Ball. Attractive Margaret Ann
The meeting will be devoted to the Community Service Day program RE D
Con- Elebasch of College Park, Ga., was selected as the Pikes' 1947 Dream at Sorosis Tuesday. i iI 1'aten\
consideration of the Cancer in B GxADY'G
trol Bill. These three extremely GirLThe I I Representing OHS in a district STOItI:
important bills, which will be be- gala affair started with a shipwreck dance at the house Friday contest at Palatka recently, this :
forethe State Legislature during included an outdoor picnic debate team received the degreeof 419S
the Spring term. will be explainedto Saturday. and ended with the excellence. It will also representthe ; $\
"J the league by authoritative "Dream Girl Dance" Saturday e high school in a State contestat
speakers. Stetson University on March
night. Among those attending
t! EHtt* Besides consideration of the the functions were Polly Griffith ; 14-15. ';
II I I three health bills. 10 minutes of Ellen Kjeldgaard. Susan Chiusano, Carolyn Shiver fill be chairman
; the next meeting will be devotedto of the debate Tuesday. The topic
Gladys Brumbaugh.Jeanne Osbun.
Announcing"Antilope" a summing up of the bills discussed which has been chosen by the Na-
at the last meeting. Members of Orlando; Sylvia Meisch of San- tional University Executive Assn. ,
.'1P I are asked to come prepared ford; Bootsie Thompson of Eustis. will be: Resolved: "that the Fed- ;
i r to enter the discussion and express Mary Nell McFadden of Grovelandand eral Government should provide II
their opinions on what stand the Sun Wiley of Mt. Dora. Mem- ,, a system of complete medical care
t By I league should stake on these bills. bers and pledges attending included x, available to all citizens at public
I There will also be a five-minute Walter Carpenter. Walter 3 expense." The affirmative team
I talk the latest happenings in and Jack
'WEIL' on will Include Ann Eidson
Bob Clark, .
Crews. Guy Riley :
1! the United Nations by Dr. Kathryn Plisco while the negative side will :
Mason Wharton. Grant Staton.
Hanna. be presented by Robert Smythe I
Of !I Billy Proctor. Johnny Stoakes of and Alvin Block. Morty Cohen will I
i Orlando: Tommy Vaughn Ed be the time keeper. '
i i Pat FranceManufacturer $I OOO CASH DOWN Hurt Marion Raborn and Neil 5a Claude Pepper. Florida State I
Powell of Sanford: Lew Marshal Senator has expressed a favor- "
i and Bob Bronson of Eustis; Dave able opinion in regard to complete '
ofExquisite French of Mt. Dora; Jack Allen of 4 federal care, and every public-
f minded citizen should take advan-
I Parfums 4i1.0011io.( Buys New Two- Umatilla. r> o 0THE tage of the opportunity to hear
Bedroom Cement Block Bunga both sides of this question.I I
j low. Good Neighborhood. Immediate HOME MAKERS CLASS Mrs.James Pittman is chairmanof
ji i Strouds Possession. the Miller Memorial Methodist MARGARET ANN ELEBASH the day. and Mrs. Robert Weth-
Church recently complimented : erell is Community Service chair- I
: Pikes' 1917 Dream GirL
i KITTINGER REALTY Mrs. Ova Pace with a man. Door hostesses are Mrs. Lin- ,
I of Mrs. Grace Thompson. ton Allen and Mrs. Raymond I
shower, given at the home
t EH* COMPANY o 0 0lIRS. Reynolds. Guest tickets will be in I
charge of Mrs. J. H. Tucker and
,4 I KIDWELL hostess this week at a luncheon at the sk1Fashion
J. P. was
42 W. Concord \ i Mrs. A. E. Fuller. Mrs. W. R.
; .ej Phones 2-2852 and 2-0074 Curt Hotel honoring two out-of-town guests Mrs. E. Boone will be in charge of flower
L A. O'Brien and Mrs. Claude McCue. Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien are here arrangements.
t ------- from White Plains. N. Y.. visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Carrigan. and II
{ Mrs. McCue is here from Atlanta for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. I
Boone. Dining with Mrs. Kidwell and the honorees were the Mmes. The Whistling Oyster

I.. A. Blake Clarence Johnson. J. W. Boone. Sidney M. Swope andR. I

; E. Carrigan. says red .your heart says red .like a
This gathering was also a farewell gesture for Mrs. Kidwell. as i
streak of good luck gay little red shoes flash
; FLOWERS she and daughter, Harriet are leaving Tuesday for New York City,
i through your life. Put magic into the turning
'I where they will sail for Tripoli. North Africa, to join Col. KidwellCol. 1
I Kidwell is in command of the' Air Forces. in North,Africa. season with Walk-Over's red shoes.
o o o'

Yes,we have plenty.flowers every day: You will find Roses, Carnations, I:' "\IRS. MARY H. RYAN was hostess at a dinner party this week at THE DUCHESS

Iris;Daffodils! Tulips, Freesias, Snap Dragons, Gladiolus in all colors. Also, I. home of Mrs. Geraldine Gobel in Jamajo. honoring J. W. Mc- :
Call on his birthday.
,Gardenias and Orchids. 000 Red polished calf
Fine Gifts : similar to illustra-
TALENTED YOUNG PIANIST Carlyle Seymour, pupil! of Prof. Waiter Really tion except perfo

1 Charmbury at the Rollins College Conservatory o{ Music waswellreceived rated. A FANCY
.In potted plants, we have primroses, and a beautiful line of in a concert of works of Chopin. Schumann. Bach. De- 'Jensen Silver Marghab Linen FREE by ELLFRED.

.,\ D -Gardens. and all,kinds of foliage plants. bussy and others at a recital at Spode Wedgwood Castleton
/ the Winter Park Woman's Club $8.95
.. Swedish Crystal Mark Cross.
: Friday. Carlyle holds the first
d1 National Scholarship. at Rollins Mary Chess ete..

} For."Weddings and Decorations, See Us College. o- o oCARMALITA This Week's HighlightsSilk i

.f ire NEWBOLD Also comes in BLUE BROWN BLACK
& St. Louis is here to visit Lingerie
We have a large line of glass and pottery, and all kinds of gifts for bn es Mrs. W. H. Bush Miss Ruth New Marghab Linen POLISHED CALF OR BLACK PATENT

+ and parties.'i Tice is home from Charity Hospital Baby BlanketsMonogrammed
; New Orleans visiting her Felt Bags
parents. Mr.. and Mrs. Herbert Easter Cards Store Bout: ..M A. M. to 1:31: P. M.

.; ,. Tice, oi 48 W. Robinson: Ave. .
: .
Caruthers Miss Darleen Millard daughter
Closed Saturday
of Col and Mrs. W. W. Millard Afternoons
r- left Friday for Beaumont.. Texas s WALK OVER SHOPOrlando

Violet Dell Florists a to be in the wedding of a friend. The Whistliaf Oyster label :
Miss Audrey Hobson.o .
adds distinetiOB to your fift.
o o I ( Boot Shop)

236 North Orange Avenue Phone 2.3139 : r J. B. JONES and Mrs. '
-.tJ: MRS. On patio reached from 120 N.
: ; Holdorf 64 N. Orange AT*. Beacham Theatre BlockL'
ii ;: \ ':Y\. were joint Orange and 35 W. Washington I'
CARLYLE SEYMOUR hostesses this week when they
entertained with a shower at the
playS well.
latter's home honoring Mrs. Keith
'IbomL'l. Mrs. Mattie Fisher and Miss Julia Holdorf assisted in

serving. o 0 o Sew and Savewith

MRS.\ RICHARD M'PHERSON, the former Dorothy Keene, daugh-
i of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Keene, left Thursday for West Palm
I Beach to visit Lt. and Mrs. William C. McGlothlin. Lt. McPherson.
who is now overseas in the Pacific Theater, and Lt. McGlothlin.I ,
presently stationed at Morrison Field were classmates together at
1 I West Point. Mrs. McPherson and the McGlothlins also plan a trip
I to Nassau before she returns to her home here.

Birth AnnouncementsSgt. I Wilted fruits and vegetables retain -
very little of their original
and Mrs. William A. Harrington vitamin C content.INGRAM .
: '
I announce the birth of a I
son on Feb. 17 at the Orange'' & INGRAM I

A Memorial Hospital. The child has ; OPTOMETRISTS
been named Terry Harrington.Mr. I I
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and Mrs. Charles E. Sage of a.ee. to I II
904 Vassar AVe. are the parents of NUhU. Sudayi. D ti.ar. S3MIH C ?

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r 23 1947 W; fart. L. C. Vlnlng.' J. C. Lewis, C.
For energy pick-up in the mornIng 'we Page 618[ ] tr. f i'unbag i'rntintl-i'ur Orlando, Florida, February Princeton 1 W. Stokes, C. B. BurckhaHer W.

serve hash browned potatoes i i -.. -. G. Hammond, R. H. Marsh. Edna
with breakfast eggs.PHONE uht'r. -' Brewer. Nina Slaughter. Doro: -y
Faculty Carson. V.J.Grauten.Burta Wens.

.,........................ \ \ Y Robert H. Dippy. J. B. Haughton,"
Kf YO. I' W. N. Blackwood Roy C. Boatman -
: 2-4474<< : EntertainedMembers and the Misses Laura E Ka-

: : rl k21r teen.Louise Un er. Sadie F Hoose
.. of Princeton School Hazel Agler. Gertrude Matchett
:. @"- s er Ax. Parent-Teachers Assn. Board entertained Clara Bergen Mary Bergen. Mildred -
: I F faculty members Thursday Camburn, Joan Tallman end

. ', ..- .,." WITH JEAN POTHERS night at a dinner party held Donna Boone.
. 1 Ii Mrs. R. Waldo Lord president I at the Dubsdread Country Club.!:
This is an annual affair. and dec-
: i:+!1nfCaLl GROVES ,i t'' of the, Woman's Auxiliary of the wv# JTh orations were of azaleas and Camellias I EXPERT

t 35 N. Orange Blossom Trail I[ Cathedral Church of St. Luke announces ; which extended down the WATCH REPAIRING
i I : ,
I that the auxiliary's regular ; lF ; It center of the long banquet table. Specializing In Swiss and American -
: Orlando. Florida I The list of guests included :Mrs. !
program meeting will, be held Aj.. Watches. 8 Days Service.

:ivow shipping luscious Temple at the chapter house Monday at Ruth Mmes.Compton Marian principal Elledge;, and Faye the : ORLANDO JEWELRY

r Oranges remember your I, 3 p.m. At this time. Mrs. Alton e33'L v Foote. Jean Matthews. Harriet I 2S6 S. Orange. Corner Jackson
friends back borne with a box / B. Whitman acting program
'I; Dunn. Anna Staley. Moore.
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J er basket Come to and see itt : chairman will introduce Mrs. W. Mildred Wolf Caldwell Dolores == .

packed. r i W. Watson as guest speaker Klunk Lillie Brown. Clara Tay-
d Her subject will be "The Evolution lor: and the Misses Katy Wick a

rBLUEMOON=: IRANIJI : of a Mission School In India" .* Jessie McCollum. Arabelle Reeves.

ri Mrs. Watson and her son spent vw teachers: also Mrs. Louise Brame.
:: WISCONSIN'S FINEST many years In India. and she will luncheon supervisor: Mrs. Phyllis ithU3IM.tNwr
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1 speak of "Ushagram." a school she Watson lunch room; Miss Emma
*\ la following varletmJ r
Knck. school nurse.
founded at Asansol. West Bengal.
: IMPORTED STYLE SWISS : Board members present were the
India Her speech will be illus-
t GOLD-N-RICH .' Mmes. Buford Vaughan. R. H.
trated with photographs and various ..
J BLCB: IN BULK : L Gregory Robert Lester. Frank Ab- sad"..feat.J.daa
articles from India. .
U-LB. ramson Wilson Sanders. Harry
t SWISS AMERICAN'COLORED n'n o Martin. Tom Denmark: John Kirk.

AMERICAN The Men's Club of the Cathe- ., .' C. C. Mershon Stanley Cordon '
.SWISS CRCRTERK : dral Church of St. Luke will hold u \ : A. E. Fitzgerald. H. F. Parham. C. Yen :
*HOME PACE rr its regular supper meeting at the W. Fawsett Jr.. John Newman H. ;
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OTHEB VARIETIES AVAILABLE parish house Wednesday at 6:30 4. ,-., .,,'v.. I Cleland. H. H. Forehand. Harry .aw.a..
i SHORTLY. r pjn.followed by a speech by Dean Saunders. J. Harrell V. M. Wil- I
Jj....................... Morris S. Hale of the Orlando I liams. William Wmn. A. B. Taylor.
:: Clyde Huber. G. W. Bunnell. Earie
: ( 'li' "f! Turner R. T. Stanley.

: ANNOUNCING THE .',."; ..>. .-.' .. ._., .'.' .. """, ,. ". .' ,q Banish $5.
<-'" : -:7'::: --' \ : 'W' miwrr ef dr 7'
Mrs.\ TollmanHonored new! If you wen,
OPENING OF rlrar.. noiseless. .lr....
Ire htarinc. J'ou'U find ,.. .
none aurpaue the Bel-

WINTER GARDEN FLORAL CO. tan approval Awarded by .seal rica.N".I of. ,
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Also. Good -o
SATURDAY MARCH 2nd Parents Institute ,! !.
announced. Philatheas
plans wedding March 22. her engagement By I I

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& The Philathea Sunday School j7flflON ... .'l
Owned and Operated by All Types of Miss\ Miss\ Donna Anne Shedd I Class of the First Methodist S [-UNITHEARING
Mrs. Ella S. Adams Floral Arrangements WalkersEngagementTo Church entertained with a goinz AIDWELCOME
I away surprise party Thursday

Announced To Be Wed to Oscar WillifordMr. 1 I night in honor of Mrs. Oliver G. Cewe ... ....... or seed CsepELTONE ..
PHONE 228 BLUE Mr. Jones Today I Tallman at her home, 417 E. Robinson MURIIIIG SERVICE

and Mrs. W. B. Sims of 107 ,i Florida Real Estate Commission.Mr. I Ave.Games i Wt Church, 0........ FIa.
:Miss Marian Louise Walker"aengagement lando High School was employedby were played and refresh-
Williford attended Orlando
and approaching mar- the U. S. Government for the engagement E. Vanderbilt of Ave.heh announce daughter, ':, schools and Carlisle Military Acad ments served. Mrs. J. B. Haughton :! i nI ,
)' past two years. Her mother is the composed a poem in Mrs. Tallman's :
riage is being announced by her Donna Anne Shedd to Oscar M. emy. He served in the Army Air 11 .
also .. ....
former Mrs. Kathryn Walker.Mr. honor. She was presented It O' a. I
Williford Jr.. of Mr. and Mrs. Corps as a fighter pilot for nearly
: : mother. Mrs. Thomas D. Songster, Jones graduated from La- O. M. Wilhford son of 1215 E. Concord four years. He is now with. the Life many gifts. "'- ww_.. .ossge..fI eaao..:;. '
and Thomas D. Sangster of Atlan- nier High School in,Montgomery > and Casualty Insurance Companyof Among those present were the I w--. 1t
ta. Ga.. formerly of Orlando to and had four years of military Ave.Miss Mmes. Tallman. Lena Hall Butler I .
It. 4-. .t. Shedd attended schools in Tennessee.The ...."
of Mr. and service. He served in the Army Ii, F. A. O'Neal Olive D. Thompson. lJa. I
.. .'... Fred Daniel Jones, son Birmingham. Ala. and Orlando. | wedding will be an event of t
.. Mrs. K. H. Jones of Montgomery, Air attending Forces Alabama as a pilot.Polytechnic He is now At present she is employed at the early Spring. W.Coolman.R. Boone Nora Ethel Tyler.Byrd.Gertrude Lillian i A/1.-s ;

Indoor and Outdoor Game Ala.The marriage will take place Institute where he is majoring in i Jackson. Martha Curtis. Jane II If IL'-____-___= Ster.:J
March 22 at the Park Lake Presbyterian aeronautical administration. He'I' Tooker. L. A. Kirst R. S. Bailey.
Junior LeagueTea
Electric Trains-Athletic Equipment Church Dr. Robert Mc- is a member of the Auburn E. Larsen. Estrella Coe Etta Do-

Dolls and Doll House Furniture Caslin officiating Knights orchestra and Sigma Chi
Miss Walker graduate of Or- fraternity. I To Honor

Ma I leys CLOSED Junior College .He will speak 1 r meeting on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.1 xx < Miss LenskiThe I TO .

214 N. Orange ALL DAYWEDNESDAY of the accomplishments of the at the Fraternal Bldg. It will

Tel. 6668 college as well as the work being I Ibe I followed by a card and game I] Junior League of Orlandowill I COLONIAL TOWN
.. ,.,../ carried on in general in all Junior party at 8 pjn. In the banquet hall I entertain wnh an informal
.#,.t-a fdT'I. S. Colleges all over the country .I I Prizes will be given and refreshments tea for its members from 3:30 to

The Hon. Alex Akerman. program 1 I served. ..All members 5 pjn. Monday at Sorosis. Mrs.
chairman will introduce the : of the order are invited. Arthur Gibson is general chairmanfor
speaker. O O O I the affailtInvited ?
I as guest of honor is
00 c. Mrs. Vernon Van Swerinsfen will \
8yterns Installed I I Miss Lois Lenski. of Torrington. 0
It..D01ll' Service I The Young Adult Class and the i be hostess to the Navy Mothers 44 N01
BIBee Itl Conn. who is spending the Winterin
AnywhereBRINGS Young People's Class of the Concord I Club Tuesday at 10 ajn. for a cov- Dunedin and is one of the con- .m.1

Park Methodist Church will ered dish luncheon'at her home. tributors to the Rollins College ...... N. MILLS W. F. "JEFF" JEFFERIS PHONE _
have a fish fry at the church Fri 715 Greenwood. I Animated Magazine today in Win-

day at 7 pm. .All members and n n n ter Park.
b ;
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members are invited author and
prospective> The Needlecraft Club will meet a Miss Lenski is the

Those planning to attend are with Mrs. W. E. Moragne. 216 E. 11' .. I illustrator of "Strawberry Girt."
requested to notify Louis Rober- I Concord Ave. Friday at 3 pjn.O the winner of the 1946 Newberry
son. president. O O : 4m.J-;:: i Medal presented annually for the i

I .. ,. .. distinguished Contribution
000 -' '' /. -
Orlando Chapter No. 131. Order .. '
: and which !
Whitcomb Bible Classof 4 n..a :- to children's literature i City Gas Scores Again
The Ames I of Eastern Star win meet Mondayat NINA NAPOLITAXO" was dramatized on the League's"Let's
the Park Lake Presbyterian I 8 pjn. at the Masonic Temple Listen" hour last Summer.I
is engaged.
Church will meet with Mrs. E. '. There will be Initiation & I This script as well as "Bayou Suzette -II I II

Walter Baker 641 Park Lake Ave. Visiting stars are welcome. ," also written by Miss Len- I 'A _
Tuesday at 7:45: pm. 000Puritan Mr. Hilton ski. were presented on the radio
e 000The Sisterhood No. 320. ) educational program "Books -supplying the modern hot water

Euzelian Class of the First Dames of Malta will meet in regu- Bring Adventure" series.

" Baptist Church will meet Mondayat lar session at their hall. 116 1-2 S. Will Marry ---, : system for the newCOLONIALTOWN

7:30: pjn. at the church for the Orange Ave. Monday at 8 pm. {,
monthly meeting and party n n n I. r

Group Five will be in.charge. The Business and Professional Local GirlAnnouncement d I
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Women's Club's regular business is being made
NATURAL GAS The Executive Board of the Women's meeting is scheduled for 6:30 pm. today by Philip L. Napolitano of : I LAUNDERETTEi;

Society of Christian Service Monday at the Chamber of Commerce this city. formerly of Mastic. Long .* i!
of the College Park Methodist Bldg. Island.N.Y.. of the engagement of I !" J Colonial l &
Church will meet on Monday at 8 n n n his daughter Nina, to Walstein 1104 East r -
TO Smart Clothesfor
YOUR HOME OR BUSINESSFor the church Mrs. H. B. !
pm. Friendship Club No. 19. Past Mack Hilton son of Mr. and Mrs.

Forehand will preside. Officers of the Moose, will hold its Leroy T. Hilton of Bowling Green .
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I regular monthly Thurs- : f'f'I
meeting Fla.The Tots and Teens
bride-elect is a senior at
Chapter S of PEO will meet I day at 2:30: pjn. at the home of
of the and
FASTER COOKING Lyman High School Longwood. t Another recognition efficiency economyof
Thursday at 2:30: pm. with Miss I Mrs. Ethel King of Grand Ave. Mr. Hilton graduated from Bowl- I rt We want you to see our new

SILENT SERVEL REFRIGERATION Annie. Mrs.L. Tuttle Orville 122 E.Lucerne Cheesman Cir. Mrs.hostess.Anna. Boerstler will act as ing Green High School and served I pinafores -we're terribly ':J city gas for quick, dependable service.
I for three years in the U. S. Navy. proud of them! One size 2 is
president, will preside at the buSiness n n O I Since his discharge he has been a wisp of organdie the color

ECONOMICAL WATER HEATING meeting following which The Past Pocahontas Club of connected with the Western Elec- } of pink ice cream-another ,r

Mrs W. W. Watson will speak on'Glimpses Cherokee Council No. 12 will meet tric Co. here.Confirmation. of palest yellow has ruffles > : I It
on Friday at 2:30 pm. with Mrs. of frothy white Swiss. Materials Ii.
filiated PEO's and Winter visitorsare Lottie I Class range from the love- ,
Boyte at her home on the i t

invited.' 000 I Orange Blossom TraD.non. I Begins at St. Luke's liest dotted imported Swiss organdie to practical and : South Atlantic Gas Co.
Natural Gas 'and Co.
Appliance Chapter AC of PEO will meet I The Orange County Youth The Very Rev. Melville E. Johnson I pastel seersucker and crisp :1
I I' and sizes
tissue gingham are
Monday at 8 pjn. with Mrs. Alex dean of the Cathedral Churchof
ORLANDO will meet Tuesday at 12:15 from months to 8
SANFORD : 9 years. ,
Young 514 Harvard Ave. A has announced that
St. Luke
1249 N. Orange Ave. Fla. State Bank Bldg. pjn. at the Chamber of Commerce I I 100 East Central Ave. Orlando
Phone 467S Phone 1252 celebration of the chapter's sec- Bldg. for its regular luncheon and his adult confirmation class begins i 19 W. Washington I
ond birthday will be held following today at. 5 pjxu in the chap-
program meeting :Mrs. W. J.Cahlll. .
the business meeting Thesocial Grand ter house. t .
-I representating the
committee will be in charge. This class will be conducted every I
Ave. woman's Club and Bob I
through the Lenten -
ter, City Recreational pot-j season at which time the Dean 1 .
There will be Executive r u
Director, have arranged a will make addresses on the doc-
Board Meeting of the Memorial to 'be given by "Teen Announce '
trine and customs of the church. Grace and Dave Edwards
Junior High School P-TA Thurs- \ .
of of
An LetterMr. group young people the Beginning Tuesday the childrenof
day,at 11 am. at the school. Grand Ave. district between the the cathedral are Invited to .. y de. ..

n n O ages of 13 and 17 years They meet with Canon Robert K. Gummat OF
The regular meeting of District 'will entertain with songs, speaking 3:30 pjn. for instruction.The I. THE OPENING .,

No. 8 Florida State Nurses Assiu and instrumental music adult classes are Intended -

and Mrs. Furniture Buyer will be held at the Chamber of Gene McCree. president of Teen I for those who seek confirmationat ,- .

Your Home Address Commerce Bldg.Tuesday at 8 pjn. Town." will introduce the partici- Easter, those who wish a refresher .- '. 3 .. \
Orlando. Fla. n n n pants. course and those who are Your tI!
not members of the Episcopal \
v The monthly program meetingof : .
Church but who would care to ; \
the Orlando Pilot Club has been
Birth AnnouncementsTSgt. .
know something of the forms .
Dear Friend: *r' postponed from Monday to t riday.
policies and history states Dean .
and Mrs. .
George Chap-
March 7. at which time the club Johnson.
will entertain with its annual pell of Crestview announce the ColonioltownLAUNDERETT
Now that conditions are more nearly normal than they have "Bosses Night" program. I birth of a daughter, Barbara

been for years, we'd like to make a suggestion: That you take O O O I Louise on Feb. 4. at the Base Hos- Service Shoe Shop

an inventory of the livability of your home. It is time once Cherokee Council No. 12, Degree pital. Eglin Field. Mrs. Chappell !is
again to consider I the former Muriel Daniels of Or- SHOE DYINGGuaranteed
your personal comfort and satisfaction to of Pocahontas will hold an early lando.

make your home the place of ease and charm that is the real Work
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hudson announce .
purpose. Ann's Style Shoppe the birth of a daughter. 50 COLORS
Judy Darlene on Feb. 17 at the 1206E. Colonial Drive

This is our good news. The things you need and want are WOMEN'S APPAREL Florida Sanitarium.

becoming increasingly available! A visit from you would be OU-Fair. MOTTO and Friendly S..Yice'" ''I

verr welcome and we think you would enjoy seeing the smart Adequate ParkingSpace Equipped with Bendix Home Laundries A .

new things that we have to dress up your home. Dependable (7. N. Orac Fk. Z-S33 Congratulations and Best Wishes ,
I --
Quality is evident. Also that's-something that doesn't change 'I'II : ..

with the times here. I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Edwardson Feb. 24th 1

Sincerely. I ArthrItis and Your l Monday, .

P. S.-20%;; to 50% Savings-Our February Sale. I Rheumatic Pains. ColonialtownLAUNDERETTE i 1104 East Colonial Dr. ;_ :

''nIouaad8 of.enn from the palM nd
acMe of AethriUi, ah..mattam 8woDea .
Joint Lumbago,Sciatica and NeorKi haw 4.i
b.ea rdeU ht.d te> discover that UM Doctor I I & "
formal wDcd ........ starts clrculaanftbrvuf '.Open 8:00 A. M. td 8:00 P. M. Laundry Service In .,ThirtyMinutes ,.... .
&UM Mood tiara lauBtdtatctr airs :.... .J-
UM ant doss,usually belploc nature removeotaonou "'" "
YOUNG FURNITURE CO. *waitr ana txeea aettU ett ftfc I "Do Your Shopping While We Do Your Washing.,_
OHM paloa *nd wornm. deombatt5 *t MOM
um promptly UM pia uddteomfort. ,
DEALER OF BADCOCK FURNITURE I-Da,Trial Often T.Drew what tooted 9 Make Your Appointments NO'Y.1'. : '
I eaa do to help JaG feel Improred and bow .
tad a work& Cd ......... fan your drue' ,,> > .. .
ftet and tako dlncted.ulu .8M be Ie- ,'" '"
for eucUl"'b Dnteeawpriaed I Orlando & Co. '.'- *
"* Plumbing Heating ::0
; 42-48 N. Garland Phone 2-3471 and deUfhtod. simply return UM Phone 2-1076 :
empty packan aDd roar money back U
1800 N.
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aram.e41.Boat affor another BOW wu.r Orange
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Lt. Warrick for her work as chairman of pubOrlando, Florida February 23, 1947 IDJt fi-mtbag &tnttntl-&'t4tr Page 7 [81]
I licit for the Valentine Dance. ,. -
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Will I I Last 'Sunday night-MRS. RAY I Il\Iiss Birth Announcement I'I Oviedo announce the b;"th of a
Marry HIGGINS. formerly of Orlando \ WilsonNames / I son. Artur Frank, on Feb. IS, t>t
entertained at her home with a Tea Table Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Sanford ol the Florida Sanitarium.
Miss Fishel dinner party. BETTY KENNEDY, Date Louis Dr.. Winter Park, are the Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Ha:ci .
JEANETTE CHAPMAN. FRAN- of Winter Park are announr i
parents a son. Jerry Lamar,
I CES McCALL. BETTY WALKER. born Feb. 10 at the Florida the arrival of a daughter M" '-
Announcement ,Is being' made Sanitarium.
today of the engagement of Miss MERMAN HARMON WILDER. Chatter For Wedding Mrs. Sanford and baby returned Helen, born Feb. 20 at the C)!'.
Eugenia Fishel. daughter of Mrs. ALICE "WOOTEN. BARBARA home Thursday.They have ange Memorial Hospital. M *.
Leah Fishel of Winter Park and: r3gqf i BRENNAN and LEONE FALLS If CYNTHIA Plans have been completed for one other.child, Don Allen age 3. Harding Is the former Ma;garet
the wedding of Miss Elaine Wilson Mr. and Mrs. John W. Evans of Arnold of this city.
H. R.Pishel of Miami to Lt.Law- testified that it was "one of the
rence R. Warrick. USMC. son of best meals ever!" These oppor- BUNNY BEARDALL should go daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
W. A.Warrick of Winter Park and tunities to be with old friends are I Stewart of Winter Park to Robert
Fenton. Mich. Vg doubly appreciated by girls away I in for stage sets She achieved;i ;Bauman. acre of Mr. and Mrs. W. Congratulations
! The bride-elect Is a graduate'of at school I an effect that was quite dramatic i[ A. Bauman of DeLand. '
| The double-ring will
Winter Park High School, and attended 000 Thursday afternoon at the Rosa- ', ceremony
,be used for the wedding which will
I Orlando
Many girls are combining Self-Service
Rollins College, where she their extra-curricular activities lind Club bridge tea. The curtainsof be held at 3 pjn. Saturday. March Laundry
was a member of the Gamma Phi with their studies. MARION the stage were drawn back to 1. in the chapel of the Congrega-
,W..- Beta'Sorority.Lt HILL works in the office 'reveal the handsome Stuart por- tional Church.Winter Park in the We mode all the
Warrick' has,.completed a and is active in YWCA work while trait of George Washington and I presence of the immediate fam- .
tour,of duty in China, and is now RUTHMARY BLISS is a Junior I to the left of the picture was a ilies. Plumbing and Heating
on ha return .trip'to the United counsellor in Reynolds. 'i large silk American flag unfurled Miss Wilson has chosen Miss Installations.
States. Plans for the wedding will 000 i I 1 and waving to the tune of an electric Jane Coates of Winter Park as her
tieoenct upon his arrival_here. Very soon there win be curtain i' fan concealed off-stage attendant, and William Elsner will
t .- calls for two Tri-Delts. BETTY Huge vases [the kind you act as best man for Mr. Bauman. KENNETH B. WOOLDRIDGE
SHIRLEY will take part in the I pro-I I Following the ceremony,Mr.and
nounce with a broad 'a'l
'' play "The Pot Boiler presentedby I Mrs.Stewart are entertaining witha 234 E. Muriel Are.
either) side of the stage. 7501
reception in the lounge of the
:: the speech honorary. VIRGINIA

i white glade .The tea table was
church for which invitations have
ALLEN has the lead In The
\\1'fr.n ,: decorated with red camellias and !
been issued.
Wizard of Oz. which will be pro-
bowls of red marzipan cherries I
jLI Hj duced in these <>future.< and the hot biscuit were cut In!I cigarette after meals! She's a We Are Proud to Have
hatchet shape .Prizes were won {
Next best to going home is hav- I brave gal giving cigarettes for
Ir JO ANtf CLOUD ing someone come up. Last week- by BUMBY NORMA 'CLARK MRS. J. F. !Lent And no one knows bet Erected the New Buildingfor
Fun. frolic, festivities!!. With ter than do we. We hope by the
Sigma Nu at Stetson, was here to the latter cutting the tea guest
mid-quarter exams behind them. time this is in print we will still the
see BETTY KENNEDY Visitors prize.
Tallahassee students heave a sigh welcome,and I be steadfast our determination
are always especially -
of relief and turn to various forms MISS JAMIE HOVER for- 000 .But it is hard don't you think
of and !i COL. and MRS. ROBERT Orlando Self-Service Laundryon
gaiety relaxation. Studies merly the director of religious .1 000
are temporarily placed aside and : SCOTT had planned a party for
education at the First Presbyte- I
i MR.
i and MRS. R. D. KEENE
!! North Mills Street
forgotten for a short while as : rian Church in Orlando. For several i last evening, before the Glen Gray I are entertaining this afternoon.
weekends at Gainesville dormitory days Janie visited MISS i' dance at the Officers Club but
and class dances at Tally,and trips I army colonels are subject to quite informally with a cocktail
home take the I t party at their home on Lake Adair
spotlight. changes of plans, even as in wartime
.. .. ... her Department COOPER. BARBARA MAURER. and the party was called off A group of friends are com Jones Construction Co.
BARBARA JEAN M ORGAN when he flew North ing over from Eustis for the affair .
Your rrally-Ho" reporter. Friday on
TRISH JONES, spent most of this complete with an enormous cake, I ELAINE EISELSTEIN and MAR- business. I .Guests are 000 invited for 5:30.: General Contracting
week'' in the proverbial "Seventh in honor of her nineteenth birth-i in JORIE POTTER saw that Janie I I 000Leaving
Heaven." Last' weekend TRISH visited every spot of Interest on The Northern Lights have been
day.They attended the dance and here last Wednesday 1616 Crystal Lake Are. TeL 6333
and BAYLESS CONLEY. 818 Mc- the campus. It was grand to see putting on such vivid displays that
returned to New Orleans with the
and we're all she'll it has prevented LT. COMDR.
COY and MASON CLARSON. and i her. hoping and
girls Sunday for the excitement I and her parents. MR. and MRS.!
PEGGY OATEWOOD and JIMMY 1 Chi come back soon. MRS D. E. CARR from getting a !
there. Now envious Tally lassies HENRY HITCH of Guymon.
PURSER for the famous Mardi 000 :I i radio-telephone call toi
I' through
have been listening to glowing reports -I Okla.. caught cruise-boat out of i I
Gras their
frivolities.The boys.studentsat Students are obtaining Orlando from
of the festivities. Trish. Sis I Miami, bound for Cuba ..They'll Adak. Alaska ;
Tulane University drove here tickets for the next performanceof
: i[ though they have been We
and memories are
Peggy have thrilling
for Artists' Series. The New return this week.
the the
Saturday night
since Christmas .
of the Mardi Gras ( Mrs. Carr is,
parade they 000
I [
they surprised Trish with, a York Qpera Company Is present-
1 Ras you know, the former
were in. the Phi Delt party the Ann
Ing ,"Carmen" and 'Rigoletto"here | At Ruth Maguire's suggestion. have
sight-seeing in the old French I I February 24.Highlights we asked MADELINE MUCKLEYif :i|',Johnson and her mother, MRS.!' the lighting
ABCDIAPER Quarter four days jam-packed' I I GORDON JOHNSON, placed
000 | a '
with fun and the plane trip back | she'd PLEASE tell us how to i, call the other evening and within Fixtures and the electric
of week the wiringin
SERVICENew 1( every are make the kind of hot rolls she had 1 :
000 j r !I Sunday night suppers given by the I for luncheon Friday when she entertained two hours she was talking to them. I'
Accounts and Future Grinning cupids and lace- ''ited various sororities. At the Theta { for her houseguest. MRS. Although the Carrs are in the the
Reservations Are Solicited trimmed hearts pierced with arrows -' House BOBBE BARBER helped i|I THOMAS POLLOCK of Denver. ,Aleutians, and that is considered new
Telephone 2-1177' decorated the Longmire Au- i i iher. cook the creamed chicken while' a pretty grim post Ann .writes
OKLANDO WD4TEB PACK ditorium last Saturday night when I', at the Alpha Gam House MAR Ruth and I were seated next to'i''that they really are enjoying it Orlando Self-Service Laundry"No
each other and have
the girls of Jennie Murphree had I j GARET PHIPPS and BETTY' you might 'tout there, and that there is quite I
their Valentine dance. After the I i, DOT GALBRAITH enjoyed spa- 'thought we were in a roll-eating; |a bit of social life, with dances
OHice coronation ceremonies, the ghettL contest I The funny part of thisis
..._ a.... _a..d.n.*._ 4129 Hearts and her escort led Queenof the ooo i[ that Madeline's recipe is the Saturday and 000 Wednesday nights. Electrical; l Job Too large or Too Small"

I' ; Dr. Leonadas A. Broboy, DDS grand march. JOYCE AMMER- in Gainesville was the place i same old tried and true one you GLENN WEBBER will
last weekend fun find in cook book. What pay
DENTIIT MAN. NELLE CARTER. ANNE : was the time can any tribute
ITS West Ckurc St. Or...... FVa BROWNING and BARBARAJEAN I galore was the aim and Orlando makes them lighter, more delicious -I to MRS. GEORGE CRAW I
Office Beast .::.. A.M-U A.M.1M MORGAN made especially girls were the main participants than any other rolls we ever her tomorrow on the occasionof : JOHNSON ELECTRIC COMPANY
P.M. 1 P.M. pretty pictures in their colorful Couples at the ATO Valen- one-hundredth birthday
JJ .....- a P.M.dN i tasted is Madeline's light touch-.I Hell I
....- S .... formals and lovely flowers. BY- I For tine Ball were MARGARET ANN and knowing just when to stop read an original poem writ- I NOT INCORPORATED
RON CARTER and AL JONE5per's I MARSHALL and CHARLES shaking that flour sifter when ten by Clair Cameron Hanson of 1 1I 23 E. Church St. Tel 5188
I i ALEXANDER: MARTHA HELEN to stop kneading the dough. I Orlando.
Je :
eIFrGiftSLop As we left Madeline's house
>SINGLETON and JACK HARRIS. i where the rest of the group were I Congratulations CONGRATULATION

GREETING CARDS .WATCH REPAIRING Frolic was pretty NANCY BARBER i i I was popping a life-saver into her : to the ORLANDO SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRYIt
while DAPHNE CONNEL- mouth. Not that she hadn't had
1217 EDGEWATER: DR. COLLEGE PARK LEY attended the Pike Dream i II!I more than enough to eat. but she i i OrlandoSelfService
was a pleasure to to
: Girl Party. I I I chews on them instead of having a us

ed 1- be of service to you we

MORE' THAN 10 MILLIONS OF OUR PEOPLE HAVE I'r: :I i II III II I believe you will find the

HAPPINESS GO HAND IN HAND. WHAT A DIFFERENCE !' I! LaundryWe tubs we built highly I ,


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Invited to Inspect the home of

I the establishment of -.-.
Orlando's First and Finest this new business. I


W. have just received a large shipment of NEW DIAPERS and are now
olierinc either Birdseye diapers or Riegel Gauze diapers.

WE FURNISH: HcNult-Heasley Harry Healh Formal Opening

1. Clean, Sterilized Diapers. SEE Realtors Req. Real Estate Broker
2. Metal Hospital Container.
3.. Baby Talk Magazine. OUR BOOTH 15 W. Washington 1208 E. Colonial of The
4. Two deliveries every week to
Orlando, Winter Park and AT THE FAIR I


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.. Future reservations are accepted aortas IB advaace. .
e Mothers, we wiu BOW herder" flmltk your OWB I
I Latest Model G. E. Washersand

service.Phone 2-1177 I

Hamilton Automatic Clothes Dryers

We're proud to have had the

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f frage 8 (B1] (Pp raihag &stnttttrl- star Orlando, Florida, February 23, 1947 Police Find Stolen Car istration-Total-books general in Veterans and medical Admin-11-I I braries volumes.has risen to nearly nO. OQ

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'.w>fj' ; ,......' i' "';; ):t;: ,(< "u '.''.'' ....' :::
\ .'. : : : 'Lose' It for 20 DaysThe
,.,> : ALCOHOLISMfcutMiarfr '

t : ; l Ti*.M vtt 0.. Week .( HmalUlhoflC.1WHO
Must StandIn ( strange story of how a stolen auto was recoveredthe ? CROSS HOSPITAL
day after the theft only to "lost" in of WfHv fC !*#.......
vbe plain sight .
280 CeHei: AMIM St. .........*. Fta.Restored .
the general public for an additional 20 days through a cler-
answer to many queries by ical error of a newly-employed Orlando Police Department

grove owner concerning possible civilian worker, was learned yesterday by the Sunday
adjustment of. 1946 tax assessments ., Sentinel-Star. *
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on groves damaged by recent s C. W. Lenett. SentinelStar NAMED AGENT
cold weather. Tax Assessor business manager reported the Atty. Brantley Burcham was
Jim Burden yesterday explainedthat named resident agent for admini-
car stolen from his residence. 3446
no such adjustments can be Golf View Rd.. on the morning of stration of the estate of .Clan B.
made. Jan. 31. Sgt. William Norris of the Barringer in a petition for lettersof
If the damage is permanent and Florida' Highway Patrol located administration filed yesterday It
chows up this year adjustments the abandoned car the following I I I in the County Judge's Office.
will be made on the 1947 tax roll night and reported it to his De- Blanche A. Alline of Shafer
but all valuations are final on Jan. Land office which in turn radioed Heights Ohio and Donald J. Price a
1 for the preceding year so no the news to the Orlando Police of Detroit were named heirs and
change can be made in the 1940 Department. administrators of the estate which
assessments Burden pointed out. Police Chief Roy E. Larson reports includes Florida property valuedat
"Questions vary with the extent ,1 .\ that his records show that $30,300.
and type of damage growers have < .. the operator of the police radio 1 ,
experienced but there is only one "\; .. ,., ', sent word out over the air that Would King Cole Be Merry a.I .
answer I can give and that is \ ", the car had been recovered and With Stomach Ulcer Pains?
that any and aU damage which is 1. notified the desk sergeant imme 1(I The legendary Old Fins Cole mlchBot
evident when 1947 valuations \ '!. .. ., diately.: However the new opera-'.havt been a merrY old soul If he had tom-
are \ \ tor sent no notification to the ''tch nicer pains Sufferers who Ear. to pal
made will result in proper adjust- I the peoalty of atomaeb or 1IIeer palJ.
ment" Burden said. .. '. "" ', Detectwe Bureau which has the Indigestion. sat Jl&1Da. hee rtllura. burningsensation.
\ ultimate responsibility of I bloat and other e.nditiosaroused
\ \ .. seeing by excess acid should try Ddca and }
Approximately 600,000 veterans that owners of stolen cars receive i I they, too. may be merrY.. Get a 25c box of ,
i reports that the Oats Tablets from drutiist. l'int
had machines have lour .\
applied for GI
loans amountIng I dose must conTlnre or return box to 111 and
to nearly $3 billion up to last HERE IS A SCENE showing grove damage been recovered and: as the desk get DOUBLB YOUR MONET BACK.-AST. _
Nov. 25, Veterans Administration I I County: where thousands of acres of citrus I. sergeant did not call Lenett. he
said. 'heavy: hand of Jack Frostin the recent I I was not informed his car had been
Meanwhile the car was towedto 9
the West Auto Parts Co. M.L1HOHEWEUIIHB
LAUNDRY 8 DRY CLEANING Winter Garden Rd., where it remained I

Quick service If yon bring It by our office or phone for pickup. for 20 days until an unidentified ERSE! r
and delivery service. person called Lenett I \ .
and Informed him the car was

1(39 N. Orange-Pb. S594 I 99 W. Colonial DrFh. 7557 Lenett. In turn notified police
and insurance company and the
:car was "recovered" for a second Rf.1
time. _
I Larson after a thorough check hrlk*
Colorful Exotic 1 of the case stated that a new sys-
tem for notifying divisions of the I
JEWELRY of the derailment of the recovery of
4 Exquisite Examples of the stolen cars: was being installed and
Shellcrafters Art the i I that a meeting of division heads rL _
portions :would be called to develop as per-
From $1.00 UpA I I fect co-ordination as possible. #
County "We have long planned a cen-
Complete Assortment of Shells and Supplies for the Most I tral index system; in the Police ALlDAYLORGHEARIHG
a 1 Department," he declared. "If New
Shellcrafter. Get Price List. to
our Quantity
i funds requested for this installa-
:march tion had been forthcoming it EASE!
and I t would have been impossible for I \ .
DON.DEE SHELLGRAFT INDUSTRIES I I'', ,:this situation to occur." Of course you take tie tendered care of( your treasured
120 N. Orange Are. ORLANDO In The Arcade "by a I II will/ ) faded
family photographs fall they ; become torn
the I World Service Staffer This new Sonotone with
I the "Magic Key" solves the greatest marred. Tooley-Myron"* killed copy artists, specialists
ly I I To Appear at ChurchDavid problem of all-in-one heat in the art of photographic restoration, bring back then At
ing aids! First-wear it with
I day messages I | Creighton. World Service batteries inside-no battery original. charm and clarity.No work it undertaken unless
I staff man of the YMCA.will speakat
cords. Second-whenever you of rel1l1t that will'please and i in
I i i the meeting of Hi-Y and Tri-I add we are certain you
I II those want long-lasting
the T 'i i Hi-Y clubs and members of the i POWER and save up to % in which v* will Ut ,pn SANLANDO found in YMCA at First Presbyterian battery coats!
I' I Church tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. The seat time yon come dowmOWB -
"The Creighton was one of the first I i See the Sensational ( bring your treasured .14
too I', I Americans to be admitted to photographs and let oar copy expert .
great .. i Greece after defeat of Germany.An NEW SONOTQNE give yes oar uval low eia-
I SPRINGS received invitation to attend the ses- mate, without obUiaUo to TO*.
I sion has been extended the Greek with "MAGIC KEY" Restoration prices from (1.U.
community here by William Arnold -
I chairman of the Hi-Y Tri-
Central Florida's Hi-Y committee.
II Sonotone of Orlando

f. Recreation Headquarters At Dr. G L.Carlson. born Jan. 1, 611 Metcalf Bldg. dtr,,
II 1853. and still living in Norfolk.
Neb., is credited with developing Telephone 2-2101 208 N. ORANGE AVENUE

r A beautiful semi-tropic park of 100 14th : artificial draft horses.breeding methods for G. F. Cooper, Consultant
i acres Ideal for picnics convention I I district

outings bathing and dancing-all year I March
round. l'I
I 150

A Few Interesting Facts

\\1 I 1 its
time. I

trict will tive be j !About Electric Appliances f!

gates to
vention.On .

the .
at Legion a One of the questions most frequently asked by the prospective customer -

S. J. of electric appliances is: "When will I be able to get this particular

0' V ipra' the charge appliance. The answer to that question is varied and difficult,'dependingupon

r V the appliance sought.

.. From the best sources available, we are glad to pass on to you at leasta

4 partial answer to this question. ,",

\ REFRIGERATORS: More than 3,000,000 refrigerators will be producedIn

1947.This will not begin to take care of those who now have refrigeratorsand .

wish new models. Another factor is the home-building program. Every

M. new home-owner. a prospect for a refrigerator. v t ..

1225 W. .RANGES: Best estimates are that more than 1,000,000 ranges will be

[ manufactured this year. Almost 1,000,000 families want a range and many

others who are building a home will want them. There will not be enoughto

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go around. t> r ..

w, I ( .. *. '

EsL WATER HEATERS: About 600,000 of these will be on the market this # i

tl r year. From all indications, this should be sufficient for the demand. '-1'.,.",:
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THE HI-43 I .

RADIOS: Console and combination types of radios will be increasingly ,

ESSENTIALS available this year.Table models should be available for all who want them. ': ;.

& .
I WASHERS AND IRONERS So who had washer
: many-people never a
make up a three-point plan for perfection...to cleanse, I
refresh smooth BOnE I, or ironer before have been buying these items, that the demand for them
your 224 S. : I will outrun the supply. .
CLEANSE with Ardena Cleansing Cream for dry or normal I

skins. Or Fluffy Cleansing Cream for oilier complexions.Each ALL THIS ADDS UP TO THE POINT THAT, IF YOU



REFRESH with Ardena Skin lotion. 85c to 1500. ,::4 .
Two .
Or carefully-compounded Special Astringent 225 to 20.00

SMOOTH with delicate Volvo Cream 1.00 to 6.00 We I i

Rich soothing Ardena Orange Skin Cream,-f 00 to 8.00 ...::'.f-; : > :-''' !''' '

Ardena Perfection Cream new, luxurious emollient we ORLANDO'UTILITIES ; .1, -' ,

:.!;. for any skin type. 6.00 10.00 ell............



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ofC' Officials i [ Winter Park News ,[ Garden.Club. r j''Orlando- Florida, February 23, 1947 Chi-!'un1blt- .ntticrltar- --- Page 9 r TBl]

., fIToMeetHereWednesday :- . Ir MARGARET GREENE Show Plans I The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio ProgramAt Highway Patrol To

Telephone Winter, Pork 233-Hours :l I t M2' and 4.5, Monday Through Friday Have Booth at Fair

WINTER At Fair Set I 8 D m. today WORZ Inaugurates a WOBO (SM) WVOK CUM WOKS
PARK-The i March in the Florida State Patrol
Advisory 3. Woman's Club. Highway
i ,00 CBS Nsw ___ Coast to C. .n Bus World' hews ___
i representatives Planning Board will meet tomor- Invitations are being sent to the 1 I Interest to all amateur artists in Central Florida. 9 IS R nlT. Van* __ Coast U C. ea Bus Story to Order _u will have a booth at the Central
Eighty of cities l I Hispanic Institute and. Winter : Only the finishing touches remain It's the "Stars of Tomorrow" show, a half hourcontest 9 30 fUnlro Valley .___ C-*** t. C. o. Bus Words and Meals
In this section have reservations row at S p.m. ta the City HalL I If f Las Johnson Family __ C.asto C. .. Bu The COn lIeUea ___ ,Florida Exposition beginning tomorrow
Park Garden Club to see to be completed on the Garden between local singers instrumentalists and
I Il I
lor thebreakfast meeting of the *j f Because of the strong support tures and hear Poster tell about other radio actors and 10'00 Church of Air un Messace of Israel Rap.d Daring Wk depicting the work of the
Jenttal'Florida Club exhibit before the Central performers. Contestants 10'15 Church of Air u__ Menace of Israel Bua. Mora. Mus'd I
Council Chamber I l given by Winter Park: in purchas- his trip in search: of plants forM 1 have been selected in private auditions at WORZ 10:30 Vole of Prophecy Soatheraalres 8.... Mars. Mean patrol both In law enforcementand
of Commerce Secretaries here ing and maintaining the mobile orchidarium. Florida Exposition opens to- 10'4S Vac of Prophecy Southernalre .__ Sun. Morn Mead I safety, according; to Sgt C.
and the winners each week will receive cash awards.
Wednesday., Sec-Mgr. H. Stuart X-ray unit of the Orange CountyTB Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Apgar and morrow, Mrs. >''. T. ChenneD. 11-00 News .oo_. lat PresVy Churck Deal** for Let.'. W. Keith who is in charge of the
Johnston of the Orange County Assn. this community is to daughters Martie and Sandra : Open to anyone auditions are held every Tuesday 11:IS Dr. Osborno ._-on 1st PresS Church Desisa for List'nln ,
chamber reported have a free clinic for chest X-ray chairman of the flower show declared : at 2 pm. in the WORZ studios. 11:30 Salt Lake Choir _. lit Presb Church Windsor Slrtnc Q't display.
rCterday.:1: *i have gone to Columbus O, where I1-4S Salt Lake choir _. lot Presb Church T-eas Star Salute Background of the display win
Every city In' Central.Florida once a month; throughout the year he will be in. training for several yesterday. ; Alec, Templeton exploits the histrionic possibilities 12.00 Inn, to Learnlnc W'k Around World News ._ be a life-sized picture of a High-
with a chamber of commerce,wtn j and it- is set for the third Thursday months for a new position after Prominent among the exhibits I of the latest song craze with his own operatic 12'IS ln". to Learning Wk Around World Holly.d Salon OrSunday way Patrolman holding a child

be represented least by the cecretary. from with 10 white. residents examined which they will be- stationed in aril outdoor garden scenes shown version of Jack McVea's "Open the Door, Richard. 12 H.:JO 4S Oosptl Ooapel Boar Hour __h_.u__ Raymond GtriaM 8win -.. Hollyw BoUjw Salon Salon Or Or. injured in an accident entitled

and:1\"iWam Cozens. Jr: I am. until 'noon: and colored J Jacksonville. by the nine circles of the club. I' on the "Family Hour." heard at 5 pjn. from WDBO. I 00 Gospel Hoar _____ Piano Mu le America United : "This Could happen to You The
of New Smyrna.-Beach, president 1 residents from 2 to 4 p.m I(t Mrs. Edward Richard Hurd and 1.15 Gossel Hoar __ Mrlody. Remember'America United
of the councilwllf head delega- ,* At'the last clinic, despite very Rickey who flew down Each is a complete garden and Rise Stevens mezzo-soprano star of the show, sings 1:30 S.... Serenade oo___ Sammy Kara U. of Chi. R'(liable ',booth will contain a patrol car.
tion of .all, civic.leadersjJohnstonsaid. .' bad weather 118 persons were son.New England to visit the Ap Bates each is different from the others "When You're Away" by Victor Herbert and 1'45 Howard. K Smith It.n. ".eS. P1et'a D of Chi. Ratable i I motorcycle machine gun and two-
X-rayed at the clinic and 166 at for in many respects. "Strange Musi ." from "Song of Norway. .:00 W kly New Rrriew Dane r.Dr.Danfld Sunday Matinee 1 __ wav radio among other items Th
are remaining time
a longer _:IS Wkly News Re-iew Dane .Dr Daofld ._ II radio will be hooked and in -
There will be entries of I r Sunday M.tfn.w up operation
Hungerford School. Earlier that many The radio world premiere of a symphony by the .. _
Rep.T7n Cobb Jf. win be principal with Mr. and Mrs Malcolm Hurdon 2:30: Here To Ta Latberan Hoar Sunday Mattnta
SPeaker ,for the meeting. week' all of the high school students I Virginia Dr. both cut flowers and potted I' late Edward MacDowell will be presented over ABC 2.4S Here To Ta _n__ Lutheran Hour Sunday .-.;:u as part of the demonstration

addressinfthe'gmup on eonsol1daguctf *- were X-rayed. Dr. V. K. Wellington Boo, Chinese I plants. Classes of entries listed are I. on the "Sunday Evening Hour" when Dr. Karl 3:00 N. T. Plan. On:1L: W.mon of Peace Sends Matinee _. of the.
The'apealter Wednesday evening orchids roses bulbs and tubers, 3.11 N. T. PblL Ores W.rriors of Peace Sandy M.tlnee Purpose display BgtKeith
city and county govern- ,i at the Lions Club supper-meeting ambassador to the United I, potted plants annuals, perennials I'I Krueger conducts the Detroit Symphony Orchestra 3:30 N. T. PhIL OrclL Air Lea. TrIo. Suede Matinee n n said is to acquaint the gnat
he I will be J. M. Cox. extension secre- States who is to be a speaker this and native ornamentals. Cut flowers I''I in "Sinfonlca Tragica" at 8 pm. over WLOF 3.4 N. T. Pall Orcb. Pre. from 8',004 8u84&7 Matinee __ I majority of the public who do not
win open with afternoon on the Animated Magazine The National Broadcasting 4 60 N. T PhIL Orela. Thaw OUr CbtI4r' Tomorrow
tary .of the .Florida Sanitarium will be displayed in Symphony Orchestra a Pr .f i come in contact with the patrol
ikfast at and at the Convocation Mon- arrangements 4.1$ ,
10:30 am. at the !C. T. Pbil. Orela. TheM Our Cla 4r' A om from Lonl'
tral Florida'Exposition grounds who :will discuss the building pro- day at Rollins Is the guest of Mr. and miniatures. la heard for an hour over WORZ from 5 to 8 pm. 4:30: Roar or Charm _n Ore,,, Horn .. Patterns I. MelodY :! with its work
gram now under, at that in- Charles P. Famsley. Louisville attorney and stu- 4:43: Hour o. Charm .00 Often Hornet Patterns In Melody
and (tour of the fair.will follow. way. and Mrs. C. K. Huangs during his The Junior Garden Club I* I
th mess session. ,stitution. stay here. dent of Oriental literature ad political philosophy, I 00 F.mily Hour .. .. Darts for Douai NBC SrmphODY I TO GIVE CONCERT
The showing a collection dish gar PamU Roar Darts for Dough NBC Symphony The weekly concert of the Hun-
next class for !
.. ;, blind persons i Mrs. J. S. Capen has participates an informal discussion of Lao-Tzu's :.l Bean Carmichael Counter Spy -----BC aymphen? == !I
.7. at"tlyWinter Park Health and guests Dr. and Mrs. J. B. ex- classic "The Tao" on CBS' "Invitation To Learn- 1.45 w.... Shiner Counter Spy .. _. NBC Symphony '_ gerford Singers will be presentedat

emonluicIRecipe. ; Welfare Bide in handicrafts of Grand Rapids. Mich. entries of many other types. ing." heard at 12 noon from WDBO. 600 Ozzie R B.rrlet __ Drew Pearson ._. S.ered Heart ._ Washington Han on the Hun-
t Braille and other subjects will be The Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Pickard 6'15 Oule i Harriet _. DoD O.rdlaaer Dare Row OnIL: cerford campus at Eatonville Sun-
C sacks RheumaticPain tomorrow.:All blind persons arein-% have their Chairmen In charge of the nine Clifton Webb. Peggy Wood and Leonora Corbettare S30 It.t. S..ltla n__ Great StOI7 Tela Bob Burn _n_ 1 day at 4 pm. It was announced
as Mrs. H. O
guests __
: ,< vited to attend.There is no charge Wells of Haverhill Mass.; Mrs. gardens are Mrs. Floyd Land. Col- starred in "Blithe Spirit" "Theater Guild '.45 K.te ISJllitJa u Oren Story Tol4. Bolt Burns n yesterday! The public Is cordially

;. White classes are from -1 io 3 Helen M. Cornell. lege Park Circle; Mrs. B. K.Thomson On The Air heard at 10 pjn, over WLOF. Writtenby U glen. Autry Missing: Rein Jut Benny invited to attend.
Quickly Cromwell Conn., : Gene Autny == Mssing Heirs == Jack s-neT ====
a J t I pjn. colored classes 3:15 to 5:15: and George V..Blakeny, Washing- Park Lake Circle; Mrs. E. S. I Noel Coward the play is a satire on spiritualism 7:30:: : :. Tb. Ctoct Piteh BandwsiS I
I 7.45 Blondle ==== The Clock = ===== Fitch Bandwagon I
ya. matt .mm ___ iniiiitu K pjn.Mrs. I I ton. D. C. Atkins Lancaster Circle; Mrs. J. i, dealing! with a situation in which a "departed" wife -
..... ... Albert Shaw win arrive A. Black. Jasmine 5.00 Sam Spada ___ Sua. roe.; Hour u Stara 01 Tomorrow'
Mr. and Circle
perils 117 tW .pIe IaapeMIM Mrs. X. A. King of I ; Mrs. L. returns to plague a happily married couple. 5 15 Sam Spade S"a. h. Hour St.rs or Tomorrow 'I
.redo of that m.-Ei thouaaad Co.1* are ad. aatac.. ,,.Of east a Mpfr.adar aean -. Tuesday by plane from Hastings- Blakely. Ga.. are visiting Mr. and A. Murrah and Mrs. Prank Hub- Jesus Maria Sanroma plays the Tschaikowsky .'30 Crime Doctor f Sua. 1:".. Bour n__ 101.1 Sho..caae PERPLEXINGPROBLEMS
on-Hudson. N. Y.. and invitations '.4$ Ned Calmer ____ SU. IT.. Boer _M..Ie.1 Shawnee.
; Mrs bard
Mix n wfu hart waI<< add ik* I Loyd King. Beverly.Shores Circle; Mrs. B-flat minor Piano Concerto with d
the New York
]mm of 4 I Minn* IT* i fare out for tea that afternoon I Sellers this week at the Benefit Hollis Ingram. Azalea .00 Blld..rd. 00._ Walter Wlneben Po... Co..n __ ._
a l .. .. ssily 1 b4 I IIWa Dr. : Circle; Mrs. Philharmonic Symphony under Leopold Stokowski's 115 Rlldesarde __ Lo..ella Panona Pops Concert of
1w. nmr a ...... oaItIaJa 45 .b.s.r..tlma I Ernest W. Griggs. president Shop will be Mrs. Waldo Plympton. Albert Nosum and Miss Mary 1:30: Eddr Bracken Jimmy Pldler ___00_ Po... Cn _00._ .
well__I-........ w of Anatola College, Salonikl. Tuesday afternoon: Mrs. J. K. Compton. Lucerne Circle Mrs. direction at 3 pjn. from WDBO. 14$ Eddl. Br.eker ____ PolleenmaC un Pops Con.___
.. ;
btaua* II hav cur 4 BO* MlrHy I* **
M4 It M.4. .aot Mel Mbar. nan th* Greece will tell about.conditionsin Galloway and Mrs Clifford Mc- Howard Kline Merritt Park Circle W0.0 (MO) WLOF UiM) WO HI (740) 10.00 Take U. Leave It Theater Guild __. VarlelJ' Nose CHILD
{. ..a ar-&:> WIll .os yxi awa- Greece. j Kibbe, Wednesday morning, and and Mrs. Leslie 1.00 lfelodln New ___n.___ Btn lien-= 10:15: Take lL Leave n Theater Guild V.rietJ' Hour .._ YOUR
getslr. __.
by,yrar ra Ma Mrs. Pauline Moore of Holt Ave. 'Turner. Cherokee 5 15 Melodic Glory Plraiant Glory Flea*'nt Trl 10:30: We. The Peopl. n Theater OnSld V.rtetr tlcror _
ast"dewM.yaory w 5uNM. > trG.ms.asd is 1 Mrs. Sherwood Foley and Mrs. Circle. 'JO Melodies _____ Chapel IB the sty Chapel la the 8kr 1045 We The People __ Theater Oulld __ Variety'
Y_Spa .eda need -r o.amo.d.q lM a patient at Orange Memorial Charles Walters on Thursday aft- ':45 Melodies ______ Chapel la the 8T Chapel In theSky 11:00: News-meter. __n World ToaltaSpt Nen HoarNBC 1 1
Hospital. Orlando where she. underwent ernoon. 7-00 Methodist Hour Oran Reveille News .___ : Report UNO Mario Cover B.trchfngs
( (fa*. Orlaa ....... L ln .w:1tJ''B
*> rkarnvy sad an *mA surgery last week. U.s. Realtors Group 7:IS Methodist Hour Or... R Teill Music by sweeten Mears Ton ... : I'-ld Henry R frill Or.
Members of the _
J Mrs. Benefit Shop 7 3O Muter Slacers Orsaa Renlll Music by sweeten 11'4 Musk You Knew BIHr Butterfl.-Id Henry RII Or.
Frank F. Dresser has arrived group will help each month when i Honors Violet Dunham 7:45 Bob Jones ___ Onso RiTelU Music by Sweeten 12 00 Nen .__ Sign Off __ !le.. __ __
.... from Worcester. Mass. to there are free chest X-ray clinicsat < 00 News __ _. __. 12:15 Music _._ M1I. IIJ' Shred.lek
I I News Summary News
be the guest of her cousin. Dr. the Health, and Welfare Bldg. Mrs. Violet Dunham. executive a:IS Decision-Now- -___ Silver strlnis u= Ortsn--Recital------:== 12.30 Mask. ___ Prancta Craig or..
43 P ntL Or.L00
12 Craft
Hamilton Holt. Two will be on hand for each secretary of the Florida Associa- ':DO Christ for World Tabernacle Church NBC String Quart = ==
Mr and Mrs. A. W. Hogue haveas clinic and others will address tion of Realtors, has been appointed '.4S Christ for World Tabernacle Church NBC Strlns Quart' Off Nero. S1tn Oft

their guests this week Mrs.I cards to Winter Parkers alpha- chairman of the publications

Alron Shephard and daughter. betically Inviting them to come in :committee of the National Realtor I CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH ,
Carolyn. of Jacksonville.Maj. I for X-rays. i Secretaries Council. Orlando Self-Serrlce Laundry : HOME MOVIES CHILDCRAFTWDBO 1

lasting his Herman N. Archer Is in at I David Oreason. son of Mr. I The appointment was made by 924 N. Mtn SERVICE News Sponge Comics. Adventur
home on E. New England Ave. and Mrs. Donald Greason, will Ralph Martin of Chicago council I Dr. D. T. Uthlaut tram.- mm.Helm's .
investment Mrs. William C. Bowers has arranged go to the Florida Sanitarium Tuesday : president and resulted from work "Your Wash. Day will be a pleasant -
in I
for a showing of the pic- for I done day when it's done tbe 715 1v.Chiropractor
an appendectomy. as a lay member of this committee Dr. Camera Shop
tures which Mulford B.Foster Orlando I' Walter Archer has as his guests. i, at the Atlantic City convention I G. E. Way r." Phone 2-4468 jl 11:15: A.M.

to be, made in Colombia this Fall Dick Young and Roy Tbeof anider. in November. Use Our Automatic Dryers Evenings by appointment I 1825 Edrewater Drive
shown Monday evening:, both of Morristown. N. J. He had I

as his guests last week Mr. and PROGRAM ANNOUNCED .
Want a clean waterfront? Mrs. E. B. Drew and children of Program for the Eola Park For- -- -

f Anderson. S. C. I I um for the week beginning tomorrow -
Aquatic growth removed from The subject Thursday at the follows: Monday. Mrs. Lou-

I any body of water. School of the Scriptures, 11 ajn. I ise Barr "Constructive Thought

BRUCE In Hooker Hall will be "The Imprisoned for Progressive People": Tuesday
e. THOMPSON Ambassador. based on Dr. D. E. Burtner. "Some Experiments ,
FkoM S-44M 423 .. Oruft AT*. the New Testament books. Phile I in Communism" Wednes- .
OrlandoINSECTS mon and Collosians. The lecturesare J
day the Rev. C. C.Blair."Our Foreign 'I
to the public without
open I
charge. I Policy"; Thursday, George V. I
I Miller. "Crises of American Dem-
The program tomorrow eveningat
the ocracy": Friday. G. B. KnIght
Church will be a talk by the Rev. "Comparative Religion"; and Saturday ill!
open discussion. Meetingsare
Louis J Luethi on "The Strangest
'. tt tQdau at held at 2:30: pm.
Book In the World.
University Club
Florida's biggest and best Exterminating pow-wow Indians of the Southwest made
TheMUSIC speaker Tuesday will be Dr. B. B.
eompanles. Customers Vincent Lyon. who will discuss matting, bow strings, sandals rope
protected "The
BOX History of Medicine and
Bond. Licensed and insmred. I yucca plant more than 1,000
Some of
Miracles. On Fridathe
Hi Park Art, S. For further Information .n bago.. STRABWAfflLJS
rats roaches pow-wow speaker will be Ro _
PkOM 151 termites ants ert P. Livingston d1scu.sa1Dg""Fifty
eta Call or write
WINTER PARK Years as a Lawyer. I
BOYTE.aTERMINATING..CO. The speaker, Wednesday morn OFF THE RECORDFrom

ing at the Woman's Club will be '
Charles DuBois 1947M0DEL800.k
Hurrey. world- Associated
IZ4II L.Main TeL 8532 traveler and lecturer discussing Music Centerby S

Orlando "American Adventures in Building
a 'world "
On Friday afternoon the club PAYNE
l,+ will hear Everett Roberts directorof

school bands in Winter Park on This past week has been ncitI -

! his subject. "Listen to the Band." ,I ing as far as receiving your favorite .

I popular and classical selections

,.f WINTER PARK The need f oralbums,i and single records.
a greater interest in the school : | You've all been waiting for the
i U1HERaN ..OUR NORUS the part of parents and the desire| '.I' SMOKE RINGS album with favorite -
I : 7%#L ffaf* -/ < for more vocational-information selections by the most popular n.
; N, a w WKS aW.li. ftvBalV' SUNDAY STATION were expressed at the round-table artists of today and yesterday!

I, rn.runsl.twe6 discussion Thursday evening at: T. Dorsey Sammy Kaye. Freddy ,.; ,:, .,; ; ;' '
' .SO'P.M. WIOFTHELUTHfRAN the High School P-TA meeting. Martin, Glenn Miller Artie Shaw .J Jr

Those taking part In the discussion! Larry Clinton. Goodman .f :1t. :it. .: :l. LOWEST TERMS
and Duke : :
I': were representatives of the extra Ellington. r ; j ,
curricular-activity groups, with J. I would ; P ::1l"1" ,LIiJ ; 1."
HOUR K. Galloway like to take this :1 '; : f :- ": .. '
as discussion-leader. J ;' 1 R'1
IR ; .j d '
,. The Rev. James L. Duncan summarized opportunity to : ::w 'W, '1'#., : t : ,,\L ': \1 1'1 Manufacturer's
.' their findings. I remind you that :: [ ; ..,.tI""U 'l "Jj II "I 'k ''' iI.I .

!i.N i. Duke"Duke"; ] Ellington [The-ltnny : rJ, .. .;" .1,'> H ,j: ::" ;, i ;itJ : tf.: List Price $298.50 #

is coming to I';;i ....:la.hi: ", / ii: 1.d\t\; : 'j1\1\1

Orlando next ,1' irl :: : : ,1
;:;t iI ': Jt .IX..JJ,1 CHECK THESE 14
E PREMIERETONIGHT8P.M I month. He will .. : :, ': '
t II 1 be here at Associated ;. :j j : r'J1 : EXCEPTIONAL FEATURES
e I for a personal appearance [1; ; .
I. I broadcast at which time he will t : :: M :- .< :i" Se..b..rg 2 post automatic head
give a 15-minute piano concert .. fIt ? i : 'JI'I '. ;: .5, '.' : : ckmjtr

and same a night.dance So at watch the Coliseum this columnfor the '; :;;1 ; :. :';: .: 'i; ; :> ) I 1 1 I rub.. AC Saperhcreredyiii. .

the date and time. .x. : a j& i g' !' 'l/.TJ., I Joying deal purpose tubes for 10

I: EDDIE HEYWOOD has a new "-tt. :: I '.:' : J. ; ';/1:11: : TUBE ptrformjnc

album containing his "personalIzed" : ; ; '
1 .
1T1" 3 tied
'. arrangements of "Laura. ::3I; J I<:IJl: 1"lclcl, 535 1730
.* ; ; : ; ; .. Kilocyclei
.. "Temptation. "Begin The BeguIne .
= .
-A. .tAI t r.' '. > 1-Forties 2-2.-7.2 Materett
; 'a [his most famous] and"It's .. ... :, A '
Only A Paper Moon.Be sure .. to M";.. 'I 'I' .' Jr. ? "J' :' ,'It.,. 2-Foreign 69-23.5 M.gscrcles

to listen to his other album too .. :; .;: ;: $rl I ; ,! Push Full audio power output
: Thorpe's"Stars which has "How High The Moon." :. ." ':, : ;.,'
4W S : "PenthouseSerenade," "Time On t ':. : '. ;. l' :> .; _:, ;:-; 3 gang eod...s rDirectioajf

My Hands," "On The Sunny Side .:. : '; 'y !.
: ; t.
of the Street," etc. a :i < adjuttiblt loop an-

In the semi-classic line I have ,. i.IIi:"J I ..... :.; _: ;; : ten**
"Rhapsody In Blue" and "Summertime" ;
-: : ..... AitomatK volume. 'co trol
by Al Goodman in stock

of again. Get yours while they last! FuR 'IJI 9largy ton* cosrrol .
Tomorrow"Cental "Tico-Tico" has always been a

I'' favorite in any collection. I havea easy ta ttti ititmmtttj

"., a piano arrangement by Irving slide nile dialOvemz '
j Fields On the other side he plays
"Miami Beach Rhumba." which I 10" Aluico No. 5 P6rmaa.at -

think Is much the better of the Magnet! speaker

Florida's Own Artists in two. The Boston "Pops" has recorded < Liceiud soda RCA md Hwtt-

r.. "The Carioca" and "The !t till, patestsApproved
Continental" on a 10-Inch record.
::1; Central 'florida's Own Showy It's hard to describe, because this : by Ulld.rwrit.1'I' labor

is a new line for the "Pops." It's itorjr
1 smooth In the regular

,. style, but it has a gay "PoPS"j FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY AT .Standard IMA giaraste
rd like you to hear it and give me

Ii '. your opinion.As you know.. the much-talked- ANY OF ASSOCIATED'S'S 7 BIG STORES 10 watt output

WORZ about movie DUEL IN THE SUN

_. is coming to your favorite theater
before long. Again the Boston

"Pops" Is playing the entire score, LIBERAL TRADE IN ALLOWANCE
written by Dimitri Tiomkin In a
.i c four record 10-inch Victor album.I .
have the main theme only on a

Presented by' Al single Now Goodman 12-inch for the and record album his Orchestra.played you've all by ON YOUR OLD TABLE RADIOBRING

I been waiting] for MUSIC TOREMEMBER
from the life of YOUR SET IN WITH YOU
Chopin played by Jose; Iturbl! The

I! inside cover has the romantic life
of Chopin so that you may better ,
enjoy and understand the music. FLORIDA'S LARGEST RADIO AND APPLIANCE STORES! === -ii
Iturbi the most demanded piano l

artist now. so try to get down to
Associated early if you want your .
copy of this great Showpiece album -
I 1 Moral
of two 10-inch records.
I IrAellL.c
Ill be looking for you. so until

I next week same time, same column

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Now XH Miles South ut OrUBde e> Old Dixie HighwayA
II 4L'n t
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F v..H. e' y' 3 lrilhWarren was one of those weekend parties being thrown fir Madame France
William for -Just a few Intimate friends at my little shack la the country." She
1.y:y to fv was the SchiapareHI of her day and dressed all the amour gab of hat
vn.'tr 9 +9k + era-Ethel Barrymore Mae, Murray. Florence Reed. Laurette Taylor eta
hai $ I was In the throes of writing a play for Florence, who wasted a B ew
7. 4rs third act over the weekend. The Tittle shack was a sprawtex maniton
in Westchester County and the "few Intimate friends" were forty-odd
DANCECOLISEUM celebrities and would-be celebrities. I remember one pleasant young mall
: .
..w ; "who everybody said was going to ** t 3y h'3 s tat ef1 Zanuck. Sunday morning I was sunniaf myself on the terrace waiting for
'4. } breakfast, when I noticed rather pretty young, girt lounging a few
chairs away while idly fingering a manuscript. We smiled and got to
Sa ?zyl talking. I wondered if she were an aspiring young actress or just a friend
/ / e es T _
9 1 .f of Madames'. "Is that a play* l'a.t do it. but I can't quite make up my' mind." My eye caught the author's
Friday March 7ih
:_ name. I was impressed, and asked the title. She glanced down. "Oh. Just
l something called 'Rain.:" I realized we hadn't been introduced and
asked 'bat'. YOUR title?" She smiled back and said "Oh. my name!
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,..,...>-"'.,.,,=.- --. -.q. ; ._-- AUDITION: Wed., March 5, 8 p.m.

Pine Castle News Road. He has been named Sydney who was a guest of old friends. and
\ 11Lj
Lee.Bobby Mr. and Mrs. C.J.Sweet and Mrs.j jShanibarger. I GRAND PRIZEA
FINE CASTLE Mrs. Weldon Wallace son of Mr. and
Curry presided at the meeting of Mrs. W. C. Wallace. of Jasmins was accompanied by His OrchestraAdvance trip to New York and an audition on the
the P-TA Thursday in the school Circle is recuperating from a his sister Mrs. Perry to his homein TONIGHT Arthur .Godrey Show or its equivalent.
recent tonsilectciay at the Orange Coral Gables.
auditorium. Mrs. Ralph Miller ,MemoriaL ,, Den 11 Pack'36. met with Mrs.E. Tickets $2.20 SECOND PRIZE
County Council P-TA president. On Wednesday the Brownies BRENDA JOYCE * EDMOND LOWE
Totten and Den Chief Hal Tax Inc. $100 CASH
'vu guest speaker using as her started their new project. the Burch'Friday. AH-handwork that In the Beautiful Clnecolor Production
subject. "Citizenship Church and study of common wild birds. They the Den wants on display at the FOREST" On Sale at San Juan and THIRD PRIZE J(
are to scrap books
School. Mrs. Grace Jorgenson bird pictures they can find and Exposition was either brought this. I McElroy Pharmacies; Rexallin I COMBINATION RADIO-PHONOGRAPH
gave two solos accompanied by her write observations on their habits. afternoon or was taken to Mrs.Totten's "C RTOON"LATEST WORLD NEWS" Winter Park, Music Box
mother. Mrs. 7. R. Gardiner at 1 residence Saturday. OTHER PRIZES
The Cubs of Pack 36 Den
Monday at 6:30 the Fel- First Show CM Complete Show From 11:00 in Sanford. i
the piano. Social hour. with refreshments and Den 2. are to meet with p.m. ,I
followed.A lowship Class will meet in the i 1
the Boy Scouts at Mr. Quinby'ahome
Parish House for fellowship -
Ron weighing ten pounds was this morning after Sunday supper
born Friday at the Orange Memorial school. to go to the Baptist' program and business meet-
Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. W.. Church for the morning service. ing.Persons Rollins College. Winter Park, Florida
R. Hutchins. of the Oak Ridge Harvey Syler. of Coral Gables. having clothing which BEACHAM ROXV
they wish to send for European The Rollins PlayersPresent
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relief may bring it to the homeof
Mrs. Collis C. Blair or to the
: ) Parish House.
FLAMINGO CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Belden of "A NIGHT IN OLD VIENNA"
Berkshire. N. Y. and of Ft.
PRESENTS t Lauderdale were Sunday guests of
The Annie Willoughby Circle .

JOEY DEAN'Rhythm and Taps f t met House Thursday with the noon following in the members Parish Sat., March 8th-8:15: P. M. i: fwfs..ath/k Ft z
LEE RIGNEY-Song Bird of South
and friends present: President.
Prices: SOc. $1.20. $1.80. $2.40 tax included
MARCHELLA Danseuse !
Supreme Mrs. J. W. Burdick. Mrs. Elliot
LILLIAN HAVER-Poetry In Motion i White. Mrs. Wilmott Lesser. Mrs.E. Mona Bradford contralto; Laura Castellano soprano; tifa t
W. Roe. Mrs. Walter"Willough Richard Gordon tenor; John Gurney, basso; Eduardo I
AND by. Mrs. Hamburger Mrs. Collis Jlael, baritone; performing, in costume, the music of Old
Blab. Mrs. Robert Greene. Mrs. .
Vienna with Warner Bass at the piano.
. The following will participate in Tickets now on sale at the Annie Russell Box Office. F I
$how "htl7-9-11-1 Dinner Served From P.M. to Z A.M. a playlet entitled "Windmere" to Address mail order to Box 37,. Rollins College. Enclose
be presented during the Sunday '
CHICKEN AND STEAK DINNERS OUR SPECIALTY j School hour In the Methodist self-addressed stamped envelope. ,

none MM COVER: CHARGE See SATURDAY 75C Closed Church Sunday morning: Miss Orlando Reservations from EDNA PAUL. Mezzanine
JUienratiau' NO COYER CHARGE BEFORE 9 PJH. Su:Uyi Helen Gardiner. Mr. Billy Gardiner San Juan Hotel, phone Orlando 5366. 41L' 1-yL : i i'k I
Miss Jackie Wham. :Miss :
Ginger Wham. j "Musical; Entertainment; At Its Best"MelodiousGayNostalgic


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Friday, March 7 1r
8:15 (!f 0D
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World Famous Tenor .' '

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Room No. 12, Magruder Arcade on E. Pine St. TONY MARTIN-VIRGINIA O'BRIEN ,

All Seats Reserved: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00, $1.00, plus tax Startsi.\ '. 1. .. ,

bO ed nee d 1
-' The tax on all $1.00, $2.00 and $3.00 tickets bought during; F o PF N 10 ay Ls

the month of February will be paid by the 40 & 8. .eater es Start :00 A.M.
1:7.- : 70:3'v : #
D 4
MAIL, ORDERS FILLED IN THE ORDER OF RECEIPT ti'III f.t---1:02-6.4 rem 6-9:30

Please enclose self-addressed envelope. .. If' Olld
IIIoJ '" olloli" Of

2-2214 Evenings 6756 or 7688 .AIA TINeal

Bear Dr.John W. Branscomb. First Methodist Church Tuesday at 7:25 PJM. WORZ e

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SUSPECT.HELD I Orlando; Florida February _23 1947 slit Sounbag &tnttntl-5tar )11 [B]
k Charles C. Brand.43. wanted !n I Maury Smith Page
$>rlando for auto theft:was picked I Realtors

Op yesterday In Kisxlmmpe on anther performance win go to the Police : Miami Pastor To

+ charge. according to Lt. G, : Police To Stage Reserve fund. Tom Sawyer chairman I
f. Brazen of Orlando Gets New PostMaury aNr Brokers of the arrangements an- !' Speak Here TonightThe
: Brazen
said that nounced.
Rev J. E. Degarmo of

Also auto. theft wanted win In be. Detective"l I r I.. Smith above has Methods of operation of "business chance" brokers or I: Talent Show event Every will entertainer receive a who present enters with the I i i Miami who has held three revivals

Constable T P. Thrasher when been named Assistant State Bank salesmen as well as "business opportunity" brokers were the second place wiener due for here, will speak on "State Missions

KLsslmmee authorities are through : Examiner and win assume his new discussed yesterday at a meeting here of the legislative 1100 In cash, and a ratfio phonograph and the Building of the Church in
with him. Sgts. H.. I i
L. Baker
and Auditions for performers desiring going to the person pickedfor
duties March 1, with temporary Florida at the West Amelia Ave.
Prank Gordon are working with i committee of the Florida Assn. of Realtors, according to third place.
to enter the Orlando
Lt. Brazen on the case. headquarters at Orlando, State Pres. ,Al Werlv- St. Petersburg. Police I i I Community Church tonight loCi -
Sawyer said the purpose of the
Reserve talent show scheduled for
a .These brokers apparently operate .contest was to uncover all talented 1'j i cording to the Rev. Claude S.
the City Auditorium March 21.will '
Where Dfccrfatngfmg Peepfe God without restriction. Werly tercet In support of & legislative entertainers in Central Florida. Chewnlnff. pastor.
held at the auditorium Mar.
declared"and it was felt that they program of unselfish bettermentfor lbe, a.
should be required to obtain a all engaged In the selling and and an persons wishing to compete
State license for the benefit of the owning of" land and'Its kindred I for spots on the program are urged -
interest to register with the reserve or-
i CdCKTAII LOUNGE public. Harold Colee executive vice gan1za tion. IT'S.iA ;
.. Other items of the program as d
president the State Chamber ,
ad 'Both amateur and
MMtttNMdwd Mfwy Mtw. e alNaee:eel ANaN..sOoTta, W. P. 5175. include professional
adopted of of
f support constitutional Commerce sat in with the
limitation committee in its discussion entertainers are eligible to enter
of ad va on
.4 :'lorem taxes, keeping managementand the documentary tax. ; the show and the winner of the .
LAKE EOLA HOTEL DINING ROOM MAURY L. SMITH control of schools at the local Paul Boardznan St. Petersburg j event will receive an all-expense-

N. EOLA DRIVE AT ROBINSON named assistant I i level with the State paying operating was chairman of the meeting paid trip to New York and an audition 9 TIME' .t
expenses and elimination of Others attending included CoL
WEEKDAY DINNERS FROM $1,10 Compt. C. M. Gay announced yes- I unemployment compensation requirements Walter Collins Piper past presi- for the Arthur Oodfrey tal-
Sunday Dinner $1.50 Also a la cartaClosed terday. for salesmen from dent of the National Assn. of Real ent show featured on the Columbia
Make year teservatioas for Lnneheo Parties Smith has been connected with I State and Federal law. Estate Boards: William G. Gardiner ) Broadcasting System.
Mondays Pboae 14111 the Florida Bank at Orlando for All proceeds from the March
L Werl). commenting on the fact association attorney: Arthur 21.
the past eight years and formerlywas I that there was a 100 per cent attendance Pogarty. Miami: C. H. W. Read. iv
an employe of the Irving of members at the meeting Miami Beach: S. H.
? MI PItWllfllft' |E MIfflllfHIC'i( I Bowman
i Trust Co. of New York City the said this showed "keen In- BEAUTIFULCYP
Clermont: Terry Richardson. Pen- \\Q tQ!
State Bank of Orlando and the
"THE FIVE HUNDRED CHASE"For Orlando Star. I acola: Maj. :Mercer D. Helm. .
St. Petersburg yesterday for the Leesburg: Richard Barker and
the announcing the appointment.
Discriminating Mrs. Ruth Ulrich both of Jacksonville
challenge match for the State BESSER'SDELtcArESSE.VslerACaANi
Gay said that he was
STEAKS CHOICE DINNERS CHICKEN that Smith had accepted MeratifIed"l and that Hoagland trophy The two Or- ': : Ted Brown. West Palm :

From '$1.25 he considered him eminently qualified lando players were Charles Layng Beach executive and vice Tim Hatton. Orlando Meati zee Poultry Daily 'sv4
president of the
through, his long experiencein and Charley Matthews. St. Peters- I 11* W. Church St. III. 2SRItDe1zd
Reservations Winter Park 27 500 Chase Winter Park Ii Florida Assn. of Realtors.
the in
burg Orlando
won last
the banking business. cup ..
S.adaya ; s-0 Daily I.ae.p& Moa.) 0--t P.M.
., ,. .. spring ana ama is me mire cnai- -
i" .2"'''' '' ''ill "
.L lenge that has been made for its NEW YORK OARDENSAmerica's
A large delegation from, the local

Enjoy An, Evehing By The Firesideat Stif club made*the* trip.SHUFFLEBOARD.* 'e

0 week's Orlando Invitational Tour- IIcaar 1
CLUBDINING nament we neglected to mention CNASIUE AVOIDS Wonderland
7'O the fine work the entertainment E OCeAN vlrw LITTLE BIG-CITY TRAFFIC Tropical
committee did In taking care of NORFOLK \circa
DANCING the out-of-town participants. The ,.,rLIL1TMLeisa, p .acN WINTER HAVEN
Open 12 noon to 12 midnIgbt'I <-* *Q | ga: .,,- two-day meet was highly successful eITT: s.nd.a* oa the an pared Ocean Hiway. .p
I Closed Mondays both from the standpoint of 1 .. 5 Armdtraffic dhrf and danger .! blqdtycenacsbon.

I ENTRANCE TO LAKESIDE PARK ON OLD DIXIE HIWAY Hews play and good sportsmanship. New seas Thl rests ioDewa the Jtuv ( olJ
The club championships begin'
I By HAROLD ESCH tomorrow afternoon and members cal hrouqb on* ei the Bract pidursequ.

LAWN BOWLING. The Saturday have been signing the entry Zia,;sin I '' rrIMINGTON and hu tone sections of the United States,
Delivered at Your Home from 17 A.M. 'till 9 P.M. Draw Tournament was won the office for a number of days. HTITUC SCACHCHARLESTON A. *>pChciap
Saturday-Sunday Deliveries II AM 'till Midnite by George Crofut with a total of During the recent club card tour- aey-nlaa.a ,.. ad p.r 1t.7ebb ,
34 for 18 ends. His threegamecard nament a checker contest was I a* Sal) meal on the bcaubful boat.
HOT Shrimp cr BOXES read 6-12-16. In second place run off with the winner being B. I .
$1.00 Attract it* too. an the xcnBt hotel
CHICKEN was Lloyd D. Murray with a H. Smith and second place was j7
8-12-13 won by C. A. Moloy. along {h* way listed on tree map folder. MAKE A DATE WITH
for 31 Dallas Berry
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Delivery charge for four or more se esch: leis than four. Joe each We SAVANNAH ,
deliver Trench Pries Salads. Livers Gizzards. Ham Steaks. Also Beer. had 4-10-16 for 30; Harry' Hall i
with order 9-7-13 for 29 and James Muldoon MUNSWICK SPKHGT1MELAND

9-11-7 for 27 I OzryTour Way North... \ ... Write for FREE: 1947 map .
CLUB f r PERKLE'S GRILL For the women Mrs. Catherine and descriptive literatureto bide
'44 W. Central Ph. 9323 I 1714 N. Orange Ph. 2-122S Cobb had a card of 6-8-16 for 30; >& See SAVANNAH'S ACKSONVILLE either oi below addressed
Mrs. John Stevens with 3-9-13 for w
Azaleas '
25 finished second and Mrs H. P ep
THE SUMMER SET HOUSE Tilley who had 3-3-16 for 22 was I (i KM FA lift Mr>UA.y ) OCEAN RIWAY ASSOCIATION
third. Hall relinquished his prizeto P O. a.. leis P. O. Box 1552 u1ese

Choice Steaks Sea Food .. r Cluck*. ? Real Irtakfesrs a Specialty Mrs. Hice who finished with a MIAMI Miami. Florida Wttmlagtoa. DeL aSNEYIIE

Curb Senrke Tasty Sandwiches;. Shrimp and Chicken BasketsKul.re.y Forty-eight rather weak players 3-3-1 record participated of 7.

< US Lath) OrUnee Ave. Ptiene W. P. MM IIIAuto r-.'L' in yesterday's draw. a
I 17.51 Scheduled for this
1'- Opea I A. H. M U H14a1aht. Closed W.II11u4an. Winter Para coming MIAMI
will be a semi-final match in the
Cooper Singles on Monday be-
tween Dr. .1.- K. Miller and H. I Ie I ? GALLING
Esch; a North Central Florida '
Painting $35.00 CompleteThis League match with Daytona on e
Tuesday at 10 ajn: the opening ; 4aaMr
round in the Men's Club Doubles PIa.a stopover*i the Superbly! ModernDeSOTO Be sure and visit Miami ;3 Enjoy north Carolinas cloriou tpring '
is Not This .
a Special Price Championship on Wednesday afternoon during this greatest e "t swoon*t\sbeville'W.utiful Showplace oft4
Applies Any TimeLIKNU and a friendly game; with BEACH HOTELand of all winter sea- theSmokieeCelfridin ,tenniaotbersportaoo .
Mt. Dora. [four rinks, '
on Thurlday Recreation eI mountain in the Muaie,dancing,
starting at 1:30: p.m. Cabana Club sons. pro- entertainment-good food. Food company, os
The interest Is running high for % grams continue unabated
solid comfort Lea.than two days drne from
AUTO REBUILDEDS the approaching visit of March
the Brit- --'i through '
air rail
Florida, only few by or ,
ish Bowlers who will arrive on Dtrtctt tf Ail Brit Otur and ApriL For the utmost -
For K. L ,
reaerrelaerte: ThemaelGluger. e
Wednesday. March j
5. taut
Where'Quality and Economy Meet are mat comfort and a
now being I in '
arranged for both the '
trebles and V 1 sane 17 w"'..iM,ir.-ie 0 He Veer 'Reeed convenience make the O tr 9Xatcr4 '
doubles plait in the a
;;Grand Are. Orange Blossom Trail Phone 4830 State In.....Georgia, .dxact U S. .
I Tournament that Optional; Air CenJitleiiliig; ALCAZAR headquarters
opens on torn W 10 StTuuk tact((1.aito) your l 1,1 e ,,,
I March 7. During their two weeks i Skyline eat Dining teem while here.
stay a full schedule of events Wrilt"wraI. : e
are Coffee Shep. Cocktail Solon
planned to keep them occupiedand .MmluU Mortow.Muuger ... Redeceroted For reservations phone
C. >I..I,
''CLUB' CABANA I for Lakeland entertained.on March They will 19. leave I All H.w FernttMiigt Miami 9-2481. .. 0

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.....' I I1'J ROQUE. The members were In ,IN MIA ..OTEL IJ 0
: |;r CentralFlorida.'s! Newest and Largest Night Club I'' i 7 v e 0

eaBEYOND PLCflZflR l[ l R RON ... _\1 0 ,
STEAKS' CHICKEN SEAFOOD I "' H.tcl, v...'....11.Pain Beach.FU.. Tk S.mM t H.ul.ItM ..\t...
R, FOR SPAGHETTI II........'.... .., Hon P...._S..r-t.faa; Itratilw Krark C.... AlWie
MUSIC BY Cerise 1 NEW to 0 P LOCATION,M. CN .a Mazda* WORDS a-Io.,1.1'f.Y....A.51,s..M.4.PneidnoI ,.Ouar T.J"taue.lee rr-
NO COVER CHARGE 0. Itaford IkorVCvt I 4 .I"T -
XOtf Orlaade. A.e, Wiatcr ParkSKATING


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: Gary DUCK INN "7* z v ; r v ',,' No'::.'' .
d' Sumac. Blo.1.0rUI''l11 -, S
i, W. serve UM sanw-delicious foods from nooo ... C RUIS .F ,
you gmt durloc the evaing.PYench TODAYMatinee 7 \IARCH ,attaa a .

,., Fries JUMBO SHRIMP $1.25 tf Every Sat. & Sun. [I l yorpI palm eacb d H, a,,a ..

U an SE5
Matinee 2:30 to 5:30 tal a SS p t.ft
ALL GlJiI611 ,
Evening 8:00 to 11:00 AY 5 E. J
7, D RpOda1a. SaaIY Abe V _cr1'1I.A5 1
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HAMMOND ORGAN MUSIC :are psi 1 car: avna Ey i, Oat
Yl su afld SyOtB lust>n .
blue C'r11'ota AS chi ;; s
SKATING EVERY NIGHT da g1iE atlY vate Ta ea l: -
VITI11 CuSXOgE. aD a
a EXCEPT i ca1\ad\a' aU meals 9ftGJ'Te1C1
o erabO
I 5S y. : Ber1loAGP

f ThertV Just no place like South 't SOUL 'rtLAVt. .. t.
Carolina in the Spring-huge garden 'tiCSy.. IND us."WfS'I ss e v
ablaze with color centunei-old cTfI'bt.rL.:1 ;7iji
I churches hlitonr-rlch! shrines plantations i/
America's finest Rink of the St
Deep South quaint .t g. ...nRlDA .
town in the mild tun. eTr- fAC1l. 4 6. >
Plan now to visit South Carolina s ... y tie B Y.0 7.16" TO HAVANA CUBATHE
and see for yourself the beauty which .. + 1 tS TEL .. ,
great writers hesitate to describe. S. S. FLORIDA ono of Am. ca's finest luxury liners.i .
sl / v e::4.( sailing Leaving Miami.
Lucille Isbell'si s again ,you can new enjoy a
delightful dinner and a glorious evening of entertainment
aboard ship arriving next morning ia /oraaabe Havo>..

South\ BOUND TRIP FARE including $ OCt

LAKEJASSMJNE PARK meals and berth at sea only mTJSm Mil. raw

," MONDAYS. [r. Miami 7 P.M. AR. HAVANA TUES..I A.M.

i -r FRIDAYS. Lv. Miami 7 P.M. AR. HAVANA SAT... j k M.

Modern Trailer Camp-Complete Grocery and Market-Bar-B-Q. I. IESIAICH PLANNING l DEVELOPMENT' RETURN iitiiMrtlr "< 7Ufs rwuis ,, roo
Beautiful of ::,:J :, NON ;:::
acres Florida Pine, Cypress and other trees; Boating-Bathing IOAID COLUMBIA SOUTH CAIOUNA At Wl< ,M
Kt TOTJl T1AVEL ACEMT far reMrrefaeas. er fa>*airs si M.Mdpol
,\ -Fishing wonderful place to Picnic-Hike-Swim-Relax and Rest. PMT ices 2 m Miami. TUpkeu 1.7SOI. er at COIFIertde H.: leek 6 1d....J---.aJo I.rl eriM.Tole..... 7.1135.
)..... .;
Ii Lucille will be remembered as Mrs.: Tully by lots of her friends and
J customers. Also vi. -,:1:1 PCM INSULAR.ST :OCCIDfNTALHAVANA
will :
Terry Hughes still have charge of the Meat'Market. ,
You will find the same courteous service and consideration for old W. : AM5: +::li. A ".] I .."
and new h i
\ customers alike. s DJ' DRIVE"ppii

You:may shop seven days a week, as the store will remain open from TOURSAll -

8 aon.Until, 8 pjn.. every day. '
> k : ,
3* Expense From Miami

There will be plenty of,FREE oranges for all Sunday and Monday.' '

: i Lanier Travel Service

.. If you have a trailer it will pay you to contact us for a location- in; this. ORMOND A. McABEE MGR.

new, modern, shady,Trailer Camp. < ,

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.Page 12 [81] itlJt .tnnbag &rnttnt1- ;tar Orlando: Floricfa, February 23, 1947 Florida Airways new service had .
Gordon Reports proved the need for flights to

Rollins Will Have to Pres. Hamilton Holt said yes- tile designs. commercial portraiture I, points terminals.not designated as regular SOUND DISTRIBUTING SYSTEMSSound

terday. posters and costume Illustrations
I "We were pleased to see instan-
;. Exhibit at Exposition Included In the exhibit will be i by students of Prof. Florence Good BusinessFlorida I taneous response to our decision ,
Rollins College will sponsor an portraits and landscapes in oil by I Wilde. to schedule stops at inland points Distributing Sytsems and Public
,. exhibit of faculty and student students of Prof. Donald C. Cresson not included In other flight schedules -
activities at the Central Florida I ; heads figures masks and With 99,055 veterans in hospitals Airways, Inc. new pas- and believe that initial indications Address work properly done require
point to solution of fast
reliefs by sculpture students of on Dec. 4 last the hospitalized senger and air mall service did "a
Exposition Monday through Saturday mail and passenger problems between -
Prof. C pstance Ortmayer and veteran population con- gratifying week's business"during special training and experience. Our
'I smaller the local air-
Donald cities
A.Cheney.assistant Interior decoration drawings tex- tinues to show
a rising trend. the first week of operation since,
p- -, last Saturday. Pres. Tom Gordon way head asserted. 20 years in this specialized field can save

reported new yesterday.The Civil Aeronautics. Ad GETS PROMOTION you both time and money.
: I ministration-approved between Promotion of Lt. Edith A. Ayers I II
service -
n f I daughter of Mrs. Edith A. Ayers ,
Orlando and intermediate See rent buy.
: us before or
J\\\ stops between main air terminals 1 and the late Col. Preston Ayers of you
earned 103 passengers 942 poundsof Orlando to the rank of captain I
,was announced from Frankfurt,
mail and 237
pounds of air ex-
press. Gordon said. Germany yesterday by the Army ;
Headquarters Command. Captain MILLER RADIO CO.
:.b y. tl': aN, I Only two :segments of the new Ayers. administration officer for
F n route are now being :serviced, the public relations division of
with the third leg to begin regn- the United States Forces European
139 S. Court Street Tel. 7463
f i lar schedule in about a month Theater In Frankfurt recently returned -
-Gordoi* pointed out. stressing to that city from a trip to .
that the first week's business of St. Moritz Switzerland. I .
COSTLY COLLAR-Geraldine du 1. -
Bois has expensive "collar" as she I :
rr I displays two live chinchillas mostcostly
of fur-bearing animals on j
i'Y their recent arrival In Chicago.
I They are pioneers of an attemptto
raise the South American rodents -
on commercial basis In the
Windy City. I

Church of God eiv.vmtath/

Will Be ,Host Here's a Choice Item..At Pre-War Price!

To Youth Rally ,
"To All You Folks Who Really Like Frozen Custard"
Florida State Youth Rally of the
Church of God. 2200 South Kuhl I
TRY Ave. will be held Wednesday ;1 t ? t
through Friday according to the ? t
Rev. A.-V. Howell.
HARRIMAN'SLOCATED Program highlights include special CLOSETS First Time

singing evangelistic preaching Offered{ in
study periods and pictorial
review of the British West Indies I 'n I YlorsQt
Representatives from 122 We think this closet it Full 60" high-29"
We strive to make the best. Others have tried Frozen Custard from East to churches in Florida will attend. 1I Price I!

West and Say "This is the Best." Your Original Frozen Custard Place has Rev.Among John those C. present Jemigan will,. general be the I, the best one on thr. deep. Easily holds ;

been in Orlando for 18 Years._ overseer; the Rev. Lewis Willis '
up to garments 3 ;e r f 1
market today fo-
State youth director; the Rev. I y '
"Established In 1929" Ralph Williams national youth Wood ,t
director; the Rev. Robert Johnson anyway near the
SEE US AT THE FAIR'- AND AFTER THE FAIR AT COLONIALTOWN national youth committeeman grain finish. l'
and the Rev. Carl Hughes I
"OPEN FROM 11 AJU. TO 10 PJH. superintendent of British West price! With double Simple 2 piece
Indies work.
doors! All wood 1
cliiponassembly ,

frame! '
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I go with any color
scheme Has Hat BALCO Y
Shelf Shoe Shelves and Tie Rack! Size 66"x SELLING!
Z8"x21w! Strong
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wood frame
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tity! -'

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each check written! I fr wtf

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Designed for those r r? :?. Flower-fresh !
': x f. # Yards and yards of !

who find large balances ;G \ Pretty patterns galore! It.s6 9/
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amount you like. Only ., 1 ; 53 Piece SHEER PRINTEDMUSLIN

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cost lOc per check! F. =.: 1ST QUALITY
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:;'. '. ".9i : cost commercial- accounts .';&&: Choice PERCALE of white 3 9

\ :!:., r .... Gay floral "Virginia Rose" pattern. Mellow warm colors t 4 or colored fabric. -
"*: the border and center designs. 3'" wide. "A Bay t
< _r.t. comprise Every set guaranteed -
?iV: : .. '...'" for those with larger j:?_ .' by us to be perfect! Harry for yours .. .we expect At" .. ..,_... Yd-
a sell-out early!
'.'"- S Dinner Plates I Cereal Dishes Washable PUsM
\;\ balances
andregiur'emenis. ,
1.1f I
.- S Salad Plates 8 Saucers CREPEPUSH
ti ,
I 8 Soap Dishes 8 Cups ,
'' : ; Sugar Bowl and Cover-Cream Pitcher Meat Platter / ideal for kiddies
',;., Checks save you time and money!. .na sacs,
and Large Bowl! t
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and -business prestige, !I.< < \ JUMBO BATHTOWELS \ nt
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"It is, our desire that all who call here shall receive every courtesy BLEA. MUSLIN

:<..4N. 6. tZ 1&Ir..H..w ,ti 59, 36 inches wide, first quality
$k -Hope" Muslin. Boy np toIt
yards :Monday Balcony
Member Federal Depot taws eo.-- Seal"Mam-Size Bath T.wrls tm soft pastel fr>+ selling'
shades. Limited quafties araiUklc e f this
slightly imperfect Hither-priced, tazmry

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EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITS, .:;., } ..i: >'-;: t .':;' cil of Chambers of Commerce._ 40 & 8 DISTRICT WRECK. ".:;

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I Royal American Shows on the Midway. ; : a FRIDAY AGRICULTURAL DAY,
1.7.'Ji' special! emphasis on agricultural and ; t'
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i Page 2 [C1] alt; } nnba!J &ratnrl-&tar Orlando, Florida" February 23,_ 1947e She Demurely Entered station. found things dun as her Game Goes to Swift, is sharp but his legs arent shift
. 1 eight-hour shift passed without a enough to get his game He reported
Demurrer on Dull Day single crime to log. Finally, she Warden's Legs Weaker i that he shot a big elk during -
Nat. They spend their Winter 1 ended her trick with the follow- the recent season but lost put
1 Unusual People IncludedAmerican I months hunting freaks. Freak I PONCA CITY. Okla.API Mrs. ing notation on the log: "On purery .}I HELENA Mont. [tAPl Frank in a 50-yard dash to the carcass
hunting according to their aspect, Marie C. Morton. day desk ser- circumstantial evidence. I had,I, Hirsch. 76-year-old former game ',i and a younger and faster hunter
. is as interesting and as excitingas geant at the Ponca City police,a busy day." 1 warden, says his shooting eye still put his tag on the animal. :
' I big game hunting. They must
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In Royal Show follow all sorts of leads which have
carried them to all parts of the '

Royal American Shows appearing at'the Central Florida world.The Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. a= .! r'l I

people.Exposition in Orlando has an unusual run of interesting Leo.Monkey$conduct& gorilla Circus: the In where captivity Hollywood Garto.Iar&e is, ,,: SEE \ E: III IIII

For Instance, C. J. Sedlmayr, owner of the 62-car I the star performer. The CarTons I ?
railroad caravan, lives in a private railroad car. This sea- live in a house trailer since all y, tr I
-- eon marks his 26th annual na-., L of their spare time Is required- II
tional-wide tour of the United with their monkeys who most
and clothes cooks special dishes I FLORIDA MADE
1 States and Canada. Sedlmayr has from original recipes is a collector be fed and housed properly because FURNITUREII
they easily susceptible:
t traveled more than one million are
of both classical and jitterbug II IIH
miles by rail. and has for : to pneumonia. Within the por- .
recordings tals of their house trailer is ;
Then there are Percffla The her choice screen actor.' Clark month old chimpanzee.: a i : A1ii. for = II
', Monkey Girl", and Emmett. The Gable. | He Is clothed like any human .
"i Alligator Boy" who have been
When attending movies. PerciHa : baby and cries for his bottle of
Ie| happily married for eight years. wears a heavy veil to cover her!' mil*. plays with his toys and i. I
)l They are billed as the world's fully bearded face. Emmett sheds' shows off to the guests. He lovesto 1tiiSTORMY FLORIDA HOMES ,_ ._
1r-strangest married couple. his skin twice yearly, the same asa I be pampered and insists of visitors ,f'
';' FercHla although an oddity' reptile., that they pick him up in *.':*.'.*.' ::.
at birth enjoys the same Interest The circus side shows are un- their arms and fondle him. at the
mm any" normal woman. der the management of the three Baby Betty, fattest woman ever I .
1 i She saws all her own'costumes Lorow brothers. Cortez. Bert and exhibited to the public weight. .-'
600.pounds. Is a happy soul. Her :
favorite pastime is swapping funny DALE singing star of THORPE FURNITURE DISPLAY
stories. stage screen and radio who will

i i BE SURE TO STOP BY OUR The story she loves to ten best 1 be presented Revue of 1947.in Raynell's on the Midway ShowGirl

.If F is slender about weight the time 350 when she was She Avenues of Royal American Shows Distinctive Furniture for Distinctive Homes--
BOOTH AT THE FAIR TO SEE pounds. during the Central Florida Ex- ..
hoisted _
was to
L. a horse" on her position opening in Orlando next
father's Missouri farm. After that Monday for six days and nights.
THE ride, according to Betty the horse Joe Patane. golden-voiced tenor I
would lie down when anyone attempted of'light opera will also] appear in
to mount. the Raynell production.
Mr. and Mr*. Bin Kemp who I
conduct: the Thrill-Circus: and
: > Motordrome have made their i Giant Float
living since early youth as mo-
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. performers.Kemp is afraidof Parade Slated
docs and Mrs. Kemp is afraidof !

1 ;tw, LABEAUTY manage Mr.mice.and the Mrs.Reptile Charles Exhibit Fogel featuring On Thursday i i

: a 600 pound python. The Thirty-five floats are expectedto
participate in the miniature
giant -
huge snake is fed
c : once a month
float parade scheduled
its meal consisting of between 23
Gonrfx(WOODS tip Low*,twfet. and 32 live chickens. through of the Central Orlando Florida Thursday Exposition.as part

Beginning at 11 a.m.. route of
prow cutting*,popw and w *dftoodft. n Medics To Attend the parade has been set to start
, on South Orange Ave. Just be-
p End drudgery and grow in low City Hall north on Orangeto
Assembly TampaAt Livingston west on Livingston -
damago of antiquated rating! least four Orlando surgeons I through the gates of the
plan to attend the Second South- Exposition to disband' beyond ','
GoMK thsr; .Minond MO- '* ern Assembly of the U. S. Chapter, the Administration Bldg. "
4 International College of Surgeons Music win be played by 10 1,1,
fun get right down to tfw rootslORLANDO) v v at the Florida Hotel In Tampa bands, each in colorful array. "
next Friday. Visitors attending the Exposi- '
Wtfi do/6oun'week M t hour. g They include Dr. D. C. Robertson tion may view: the parade from
a member of the committeeon within the Exposition Grounds as 1'1
arrangements; Dr. W. E. Wes- it enters the gates. roun
NURSERIES cott. Dr. C. W. Lynn and Dr.
Eugene L.Jewett. Rare Eating Habits You are invited to make
The Southern Assembly is com- Solve Zoo PuzzlePHILADELPHIA
651 N. ORANGE AVE. PHONE 7847 posed of the States of Florida.
Georgia. Alabama. Mississippi and IUP1 Warren, Thorpe's Headquarters ;
.Louisiana. Buck. Camden N J.. animal dealer, I your :.. .3 _
ImPOrted a rare animal and sent it
to the Philadelphia Zoo with the while at the Fair ,.
r I following note: "Here's a new one .: :;
I is.on"me. Maybe you know what It I

It's here! The .1947 Zoo officials weren't puzzled
long. It was a dinomys branickiL
They were sure of it, once they fed
Silent Serve/ the animal. It sits erect on its hind : 1i 1 ,
legs while eating."Somewhat i
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i Orlando, Florida, February 23, 1947 tr t S1tnbatJ &rntinrl-&tar Page 3 [ICI]
''I'' I Flower\ ShovI\ ..
AT THE tea. pt. .ye Cia
1'1 I TJ. S. Department of Agriculture -(I Manhattan District to study
You'll Want to VisitBUMBY'S It I I 4 I researchers are using radio 'action of weed killing: chemicals. I
I Ii CENTRALI active material supplied by the I All snowflakes are six-sided.
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i BOOTH FLORIDA One of the .largest and most SEE THE NEW PLASTIC SIGNS

EXPOSITIONSEE Impressive exhibits at the Central M

Main Exhibit Building THE NEW Florida Exposition is the Flower which Show.opens tomorrow j Meet Us at Central! Florida ExpositionHERBERT

j This show is under the direction -

SEE of the Orlando Garden S. STARR IN CHARGE
Club although entries have not
II been limited to members of the SAVE A LITTLE TIME FOR A VISIT WITH US
scqirrRADIO Mrs.W.T. Chennell is chairman w "EVERYTHING for ADVERTISING"ORLANDO
of the event.Members .
H, Refrigerator II of the nine circles of
PHONOGRAPH the Orlando club have prepared COMPANY
I Special emphasis has been 0L't
0 Drinking Fountain = placed on flower arrangementswith
groups of various plant types

Home Freezer [ 9 JWJ[ displays.including miniatures, and large

There win be roses bulbs and ROTOTILLER
tubers, orchids, ferns potted
"Blockstone" and "Universal"WASHING plants annuals perennials and
MACHINES"Crosley" native ornamentals in large and GARDEN TRACTORON
'I'I beautiful displays.Special classesare :
planned Club. for the Junior Garden DISPLAYAUDITORIUM

and "Fada"RADIOS I The Flower Show has long been e
o one of the special attractions of BUILDING
the Exposition and this year prom- f
ises to be one of the most colorful MOTORS INC.
I and impressive. ,
Its outsides "fine
_ \roUo not furniture." Its say insidessay Retired Railroad 125 S. COURT ST. ORLANDO, FLA.

oef1onsI "elegant engineering.
See. Model S ." The &:ott.is built Official Builds ,I

Aso\ \.oteS' : ., for those who can afford' I I v' I a I LJ I LL
I t\e'n e I II the best. Tiny Track Layouts I

; a" :,i iI PHILADELPHIA API Allen R.'' CentralAvenue '"
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ee9 .lt I I I I
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.E' of track winding through the big
I :; :' .:..\\,Beaf \\ ,.. ..___. basement of his home. dT...' ; .( i We're Located at No. 7 Court Street'
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""I f ,;.o otb }!tobiuonJCUit; which he built himself and enoughcars A There must be a reason why
I and other assorted equipmentto I the crowds are going to the
61 Years make it look like the real thing. GARTO LARGEST GORILLA IX CAPTIVITY is the star attraction
In Orlando I But there's only one bridge in the Hollywood! monkey circus to be presented on the huge midway CLOVER GRILL
along his railroad right-of-way avenues of Royal American Shows during the Central Florida Ex There Is:

Church St at the Railroad I and with he the wants Pennsylvania no more. In Railroad 45 years,:,position. Other midway attractions include musical productions huge 9 Home baked Clover Leaf Rolls.
: QtO. designing bridges was his job. circus sideshows exhibits and scores of new rides. Pies and cakes baked on the premises.
,Joseph HARDWARE I Only Grade A Western Meats served.

BUMBY COMPANY 531 N.,Orange An.I Children's Day To Be Featured "because Certain they sloths eat eat so all slowly the time that I CLO.VER GRILLCLOSED

I Tel. 6303 before they finish one meal
Tomorrow at Exposition I hey're hungry again for the next.

"Children's Day" is scheduled tomorrow at the open

III III ing of the Central Florida Exposition at Orlando and all
: children will be admitted to the grounds without charge
until noon. a

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Ii prices on admissions to attractionsand -
AT rides that have special appealto I .
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children throughout the day Puerto Rico
until 6 p.m.Many .
CENTRAL FLORIDA 1. entries and exhibits .i
I have been planned by and for I CommissionerjTo ;
children.: There are example of
handcraft and art work school F S
exhibits. Boy Scout and Girl
Scout craft work. They also will
enjoy the big free show in the I I Rollins College InterAmericanI I
FEATURING auditorium.The "I center will present Antonio Fer-i

Fair'Management has des- '[nos-Ise'rn, resident commissioner I ....
ignated Monday as Children's Day ''of Puerto Rico to the U. S., in a : m
PLATFORM .vXii because fewer adults attend -
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i"The Mind of the Americas"series .i
during the first half of opening I '_
day and thus children are Wednesday at 4 pjn. at An-
ROCKERSAND given greater opportunity to enjoy nie Russell Theater. His topic will
I the Fair to themselves. be "The Mind of Puerto Rico."
The' Orange County Parent- I
s Teachers Assn. Council has been I He will speak here through cooperation -
given the concession for the sale of ttie Office of Puerto
of orange and grapefruit juice at tico in Washington and his address -
SOFA BEDS the Exposition. is another step in the local ,
This is to further their programfor center's program of promoting
serving citrus Juices in the:: hemispheric unity. I
I lunch rooms of Orange County I I Dr. A. J. Hanna is director of '
schools. Mrs. Ralph Miller. Council the center and Charles D. Hurrcy n
said.Stetson. '
spokesman chairman of lectures.Dr. .

'I Fernos-Isern is a native of
GfeeClub San Porenzo, Puerto Rico, and Visit the
\ I I served successively as assistant
\ ,,I commissioner and commissioner of I :, v: IRL SCOUT BOOTH ,
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To Give health] for the insular government. .,
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OUR PRICES A ) Concert Here nor of the island. Y ;.. at the

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ARE Stetson University Glee Club will Pilot Wrecks Plane '$'I CENTRAL FLORIDA EXPOSITION _

be presented in a sacred concertat But Saves Children -
HALF PRICES First Baptist Church here at ? February 24th through March 1st
7:30: o'clock tonight. The groupis HAVERHILL. Mass. (UP] A \t. .
composed of 40 picked voices HaverhiU pilot risked his life f
chosen from Stetson's mixed rather than endanger children!' .<
a chorus of 130. skating on.Round Pond. : .
I The concert will be under the When the engine of his plane Itr
direction of Prof. Harold M. Gifi failed Anthony' Walker 22,headedfor /
I c g. t i fin. head of the voice departmenti Round Pond. where he could Dickson & Ives is official headquarters I I A-I1 I
Manufacturers of Fine i of the university's School of have landed safely on the ice. .
i| Music. However. 50 children were skating for Girl Scout equipment j)
FurnitureRUSSELL The Glee Club has travelled extensively there and Walker chose to crash-
; ; throughout Florida and land at nearby Winnekenni Park
i in 1939 represented the South- Walker suffered minor Injuries
eastern States at the convention of and the plane was wrecked.
Federated Music Clubs in .Baltimore -
and appeared at the New
York: World's Fair. The club's appearance -
here tonight is one of the tDJ
FURNITURE C O. first of the Spring season. ICLi r r V/IIIi\Wl I Keep bones .p to 1}* cooler
I .The program will include such I / \II\\ I tow in COM.soon pays for itselfSave
'. well known numbers as "Hos- up to 40% oa winter fad
"We Sell the Best for Less Than the Rest" podi Pomilni""Open Our Eyes" TRADE MARK REG. I l .uDecI. a..nuad.lOOl.wich.
I "Fierce Was the Wild Billow" out building attentions
I Garland and Amelia Phone 4577 and "Prayer" from Cavalleria I. Guard Against; Burglars aj Ct: Muionuu efficiency, permanent
Rnsticana. There will also be 6
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solo and quartet numbers. / 2. Controlled Ventilation pA
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The public is Invited to attend. I 5 1
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For W/arf/ .ws mid Doers 5. A Blind for Privacy

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FUSS-OR PARKING WORRIES Fw free estimate wrtKowt any Itig.tio..I.ho.v.! '. cal ... CENTRAL FLORIDA EXPOSITION
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4 [1C! tltr &unbag Brnttnrl &tar Orlando Florida February 23 19471 J ttRA winning teams. If all colleges' Giving the Law a bone !to a single family% dwelling
# > t fl RIDAS lived up to the "simon pure" rule, \ zone, he had to -11' petitionthe
cfn ,:. salaries would not be necessary. The Horse Laugh City Council for consent: (31
attend a public hearing for NO
THE GALLUP POLLMajority LYNN. Mass. IAP1 Walter F.
s SEE. OUR IIHISrr'AT/ THE FAIR I H. C. Lucas, fining station operator Reeves former police chief of abattoirs; 13) obtain a health permit -
I ; 4 renew the permit annually.
Fairvilla: "Yes I believe they nearby Swampscott. moved to
f P. 0. BOX PUMPSW. Phone* of Voters Favor are becoming; .""*,a.>>, Lynn and inquired about a per-I I Said Reeves: "I think"the au-
3268 9609-8712 too commercialized L mit to table his horse. To keep tomobile Is here to stay. .
t Night 87Z3DUHO" :
I WphefiBeckett being operated - -- -

" A. JOKY & CO. like big bus-

; WJEMING"MYERSPUMPS Two-Term Presidency IT IARNFT IAINES idea iness of with makingas the ,l ,ON DISPLAY

If GEOtGE GALLUP possible. Athletics : ,,
f 41S W. Robinson Are. Orlando Florida
Do you think college athletics
[Director, American Institute of Public Opuron] in colleges ,
are commercialized too much started for CENTRAL FLORIDA EXPOSITION
PRINCETON N. .-As legislative action in the na- THE ANSWERS were the purpose of ,.Y..'... 'th
tion's capital this week advanced the possibility of a building strong Lucas
Presidential two-term amendment to the Constitution returns Mildred Beckett, student nurse. bodies and providing recreation:
c Winter Garden: No. I do not Nickleplated Bullet Lighters
for the: students but now the purpose ,
from a poll of voters on the issue rolled into the In- think colleceathletia
to be for the money
seems Desk Model Brass Insert.
stitute's offices from all of the too -
parts country. are made and the publicity derived.I
Opinions were gathered by more<' d commercial because Athletes wanting a professionalcareer Crow Ash Trays .
than 250 field reporters In an ma- people are should wait until they fin-' -
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jor geogpraphical areas. from Juice I willing to pay to ish college." I
. voters in all walks of life-men Orange D. witness the con- i j I Children's Novelty Savings Banks
and middle-aged, tests. I think
women young
J. L Sunday auto mechanic. Rubber Beach Balls
and old professional white-collar Week Aim Of : these contests Pine Castle: "No good athletes
manual workers farmers. from are high class entertainment have somethingto Mexican Coats and Jackets
voters in large towns and small. and sell and I
And the consensus of voter opin- JayCees HereIn I the income derived think they Mexican Baskets
ion as reported on the birthday of I \ & from them should get what Walking Canes
George Washington who established order,to make the public is used for a good :V they can for Ladies'
the two-terms precedent: cause. Many activities on the col- their services.Spectators Handbags
more juice conscious and
All u.s. presidents should be allowed orange lege campus are supported by the want
to serve no more than two at the same time aid the citrus industry money derived from football and ..
VVV to these con-
see Mexican
terms in office and the Constitution the committee Everything on Display
1 ERCOUPE ; agriculture i i commercializing I tests and are,
should be amended to that I i! '
of the Junior Chamber of' willing to pay for
effect. vided the money is used for a good
Y' Commerce is now contacting drugstores them. so whys
Thinking on the Issue has durIng purpose. J. L. BURGESS
I ., .. should the play-
; the past 10 years split along restaurants and other dis- Sunday ers give their
political lines. It still that | Henry Wearer, bartender Lock-
pensaries here in an effort to get services gratis. College sports a
way. A majority of Republicans hart: "The only way I see where
It At Our them to sell orange Juice next have strayed from the amateur
college athleticsare
favors the
amendment; a majorityof I*I
ranks but with all the criticism
week at five cents a glass. Bill commercialized -
Democrats it.
'l However many opposes Republicanshave Whitman. chairman said yester- is in paying i heaped on them, they are still"
modified their thinking since day. : the players. rx i cleaner than*professional* sports. 1 .
t FAIR EXHIBIT 1 the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt Whitman said the committee [I However. I do ? ,i4 Weatherhead. aircraft
the only president to break I had been assured of the co-opera- not mean to cut s. ,. worker Douglas South Orange Blossom eDIHI '
the two-term precedent. Today tion of the P-TA which will sell BUt scholarships .. ; "
Trail: "Yes. they
not so many of them want the I five-cent glasses at the Central and help to \ .. have been com- YEAR ROUND PROTEtilby
\ amendment as did back in July 1, Florida Exposition next week the : players altogether mercialized to a
1944. when Mr. Roosevelt was I Florida Citrus Commission and : but an but 'i uM MAXIMUM .EAIJT'I
'! :<< >>i rr1".1 about to launch his campaign fora several canners in and near Or- out and out sal- with great little extent or no V VV -
{ .' ---' ",.- fourth term in office. ,lando. ary for players t harm to the _. : f' J' 'CfU.L
r.. -' i Weaver /
In connection with the Exposition will ruin amateur cJ .V, : rf ll' '
sports. By that .. : '
sports. On the other hand spectators a 1IIIIIIIi/rill./
The question used to
measure I 1
: Whitman said the the
"Authorized Veteran I
Flight mean
Training Program" these
turn out for .
will not F
sentiment on the issue today: i group was trying to have next I unless the colleges have schools and ath- 1 //1... llfifff/ j (/.Flii ;
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c MUNICIPAL AIRPORT PHONE 6505 "Would you favor adding a week designed as Orange Juice letes have kept .x ,a : I r f '
law to the Constitution to pre- : Week. the sports clean
vent any president of the Unit- I An explanation of the program I Farm Youth GroupTo and have afforded > ',., t'io-
ed States from serving more Weatherhead
the public
and the committee plans will be
than two terms?" Attend Bureau Meet good entertainment. Many stu- .I
I outlined at the Monday luncheon I
I The replies of those with meeting of JayCees by Howard I Four State youth farm organi- dents have acquired an educationby i
ions on the issue: :in-I will be represented by invitation their ability to perform wall 1M
Favor ....... _......... 57 Phillips of,the Dr. P. Phillips Co. I zations at the annual conventionof in athletics and I see no reason I
Oppose 43 the Florida Farm Bureau in St why scholarships should not be I
BULL! Eight per cent offered no opin- I Carlos To Offer Petersburg Nov. 15-16. Executive awarded the same for athletic
ion to field reporters when ques- Secretary John Ford reported yes- prowess as they are for scholastic
tioned. B'Nai B'RithConcert terday. excellence." MtECnOA.
I Those invited include the Fu- sPao y314,ftQC
;c : ; Among those with opinions,maJorities March 12 I I ture Farmers of America the Future -I Eggs; will keep longer in storageif .. riaBEAOU
ra favoring the amendment I I I Homemakers of America and they are not washed before being .trutll lmp .
are found in all parts of the coun- 1 Alphonse and Kathrine Carlo. boys' and girls' 4-H Clubs. put away. ,.. nuefp0
try. The. majority particularlY professors of violin and piano at rtpUcemtgts lop
heavy in the heavily RepublicanWest ,I the Rollins Conservatory of Music QEaltaM ENt

r- Central area. including I will be featured in a concert Wednesday Free Show Smart and modestly priced, these I
North Dakota. South Dakota' March 12. at the Sorosis Exposition

Iowa. Kansas Nebraska. Missouri Club sponsored by Boa Brith to gracefully curved ventilated awnings of finest durable wood
Wisconsin and Minnesota. I raise funds for a new Sunday
This area, it should be noted, School building. blend perfectly with the style of your home. Budget plan
showed a majority In favor of the Program Chm. H. G. Miller announced Features Variety Acts
two-term limitation back in April. that Myer Shader. Or- available. For free estimate simply telephone:
1943, when the nation as a whole lando baritone accompanied by
was showing a majority opposedto Walter Kimble at the piano and I Harry Cooke's "Famous Stars dn Parade" revue
the idea. Bernard Friedland. Maltland. also opening at the Central Florida Exposition tomorrow will
,Here is the vote the Issue will the
on appear on benefit pro-
among those with opinions in the gram. bring a bit of Broadway to Orlando. Ventilated Awnings of Orlando
major sections of the country: Tickets for the concert will be This revue features Catherine Beheny's Winter GardenGirls I

Favor Oppose on sale at the Associated Stores. from the Winter Garden in New York. V 14 E. CHURCH ST.-ROOM 115
New England & l San Juan Pharmacy, Youthi I Music lovers will receive a ,
Middle Atlantic 54% 46% i Center and other music and drug of Pal
treat with the appearance will act as Master of Ceremonies.The "WE SERVE CENTRAL FLORIDA"
East North Central 59 42 stores in Orlando and Winter I Costa who is recognized as one entire hour and a half I II
West North Central 69 31 Park Miller announced with admission of the greatest accordion playersin revue will be staged twice daily fct Phones
South 54 46 I $1 a person. this country. He runs the scaleof 2:30 pm. and 7JO pm. in the Orlando Z-21M Orlando 9694
Mountain States & music from Boogie Woogie to
auditorium and is presented free
Pacific Coast 55 45 II Mickey Uses System Beethoven. with something to suit to those attending the Expositiondaily SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THE.FAIR
The extent to which sentimenton the taste of everyone. through March 1.
the issue has divided along I To Get to Fires The talented musical comedy
It Is Live 2 Headed CowShe party lines is shown by the differences Holdrege Neb. UPI Its no team of Kavanaugh and Ramon
In voting among Democrats fault of Mickey Dalton If he is not will present their hilarious Gay
and Republicans questionedby the first at the scene of a fire. Nineties skit, and Marco sensational -
field reporters in 1944 and today. : Because Dalton. a volunteer fireman -I sinter of songs will offer

has 4 eyes to see you with i operates on a system. I songs of the day. -
Today I When the city fire alarm rings.' Tex Rose famous comedian. i I
and Favor Oppose Dalton heads for the back door of i will demonstrate his artistry
I I'I See theGreen's
Democrats .............. 41% 59% the store where he works. Across the difficult unsupported ladder. Be Sure to
............ '
Republicans 74 26
f 'I the valley is his second-story He is also known for his other
Blinks all 4 of them at you at the same time 1944 apartment. Mrs. Dalton who also'I tricks on the slack wire. I '
Favor Oppose has an ear for the fire siren tells For the children. Layton's Comedy
, Democrats .... 32% 68% Mickey to "catch" and drops his I Dogs will probably be the high Fuel Gas Service
Republicans 84 16 I coat, helmet, and other rig Into I spot of the day. This act is one
Largest Cow in the Worldand
his arms. of the flashiest and most unusual
Ten years ago when Roosevelt trained animal acts ever seen.
; was at the height of his popularity Thirty-one million acres of land I Harry 'Cooke is bringing this
sentiment on the question was in New Mexico is in farms and entire show from New York for Exhibit at the Fair .. .'
about evenly divided. ranches. I the Central Florida Exposition and :
II' Here is a table giving the trendon

The One With the issue. of to the Central Florida Exhibition
Only HeadsIn Favor oppose Assembled here for the inspection visitors ,

1937 49 51
% %
m..u. I /1
the latest advanced Gas Appliances ;
1938 ."."." 48 52 is the largest display of type

t 1939 ...... .................-.. 42 58 of Florida. If are interested in modern economical ': .
oil the world No other sight like this ever shown in the State you ,
1940 '" ............_.. 41 59 ALUMINUM ,
1943 (April] ......._..._.46 54 comfortable living you should see this exhibit.
1943 Dee.] ............... 54 46
You have said so yourselves, 1944 April) ............._.. 51 43
1945 July] ... ...hu...... 58 42
'2 Heads Are Better Than One'Shown TODAY u... 57 43 SANFORD ORLANDO
Fla. State Beak Bide._ Phone lUZ UU N. Orucc Are. Phone "7[
Brahman Bull Bought

[Sosciol to The Sunday ntinet-Star' ] KITCHEN MAID CABINETSON
Two Yean at the World's Fair, New York City BRONSON-Bill Mathews of
the Raleigh community recently
bought a registered Brahman bull
Central) for improvement of his beef cattle DISPLAY IN OUR BOOTH .
Florida Exposition, Orlando, Florida herd according to T. D. Ricken- VISIT OUR
baker. Levy County agent. AT THE FAIR .

Feb. 24 to Mar. 4 1141
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I! were set at 76 cents. An export Shc-y
, 11 VIOLET DUNHAM DeLand Realty I Watches Tree-to-Car :, bushel basket costs the shipper Dynamite Ditching
[Exec. Sec Florida Association trt Reoltors : Inspector 92 cents from tree-to-ear, and Put On Near Bonifay

'1 LOCAL CHAPTER plan of organization has been inaugurated -' an export one-half bushel bas- _.
. A ket 61 ants [Special to "ie 5.,1'. ":r}
for the National Home and Property Own- : j I -

ers Foundation beginning this month. Several chapters Continues Lull Opinions Carefully Costs ListedEstimated ""Obviously these are only esti- BONIFAY-A dynamite ditch-
mated costs and each operator, ing demonstration was put on lathe
have already been.organized under the system established will find it necessary to adjust the Noma section recently by

*by'trustees, .to,strengthen and expand the operations of the'[ [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star I r JACK GUKNETT tree-to-car costs for: figures to his particular business.t .",, County Agent Stuart Bell and a
%* Foundation. Artnur yv. Bums, so*" I DELAND-A survey of five real [Our On Staff Correspondent] Florida oranges during the 1946-i asserted Voges. "However it may powder company representative.
popular in Florida as elsewhere has Its to its them 47 season for shippers was set at i bring the shippers attention to aI
employes supplies HAVEN
estate brokers here E.
yes George Copeland, supervising In the demonstration. 1,200 feet
t I WINTER ,I i I way to correct: a high cost of op-1,
j been re-elected $1.32 for a 1 3/5 standard box
president. with music while they work and I "
continued hill In the De-
: terday a i of the Citrus Inspection Bureau at Winter Sec. Al Voges of the Florida Express eration. : of ditching were made through a
1 was one of the first to organize maintains a company lunch Land market with very few transactions -I Haven is one of those fellows who is always being put on Fruit Shippers Asso, reported. On the $1.32 average cost for marsh, and the ditching now
State-wide and will support the j r the 1 3/5 standard box, the total
room. The February issue of being completed during the .
the An in grades and sizes of Florida citrus
JPiocal I spot. broken : drains 30 acres of fertile land.
C. chapter idea with enthusiasm ..week. was ; material 43
Real Estate and BIIIl1d1ncJ.ur- J{ All brokers however : he is always being called on for "your on this andY i These estimates were based on cents: labor 25 cents other witnessed the
as enabling property owners nal features an article explaining were optimistic .. opinion" cost figures for the 1944-45 season ; operating Forty-seven persons :
about an upswing within root; pertaining w CItrUS. cut ue six cents: administrativeand
to have local contact. the five point plan In detail. compiled by Dr. II. G. Hamilton I demonstration.
1 1V
the next few weeks. always qualifies his always selling. nine cents; overhead.
I I answers of the University of Florida -
four cents other
ITEM OF INTEREST Is that RECEIVED in State headquar- The statements of the dealers I gives himself that technical and represent the average cents; pick;20 cents; expense.and haul. 11 12'I'
Fitch president of I this week is an interesting in real property were borne oat "out" to trying to keep off the cost of 42 houses packing an average cents. HOMES '
I entitled "O. K. by the, clerk's office of 24,183 boxes
pamphlet county per packIng I
National Association of Real Estate limb. And when he does talk he
-It's a Deal! The author Wil- which showed only three deals house '
Boards. Is a pioneer in liam J. Brede sends it for review above $5.... recorded during the I is listened to-because he is the With Dr. Hamilton's figures Dr. During the 1945-46 season. 12- BUILT FOR
labor-manarement relations and and a hasty perusal shows_many week. one man in the State who should J. Wayne Reitz, economic counselfor 244 tangerine trees were moved 0I CIVILIANS OR VETERANSON
one of the first real estate men interesting ways of making real United Growers & Shippers;, from Florida nurseries to Florida
know what he is talking about. "I
Mr. and Mrs. Carl destinations.
to set up a pension plan. His estate deals odd tales. and pa- Schmall of Assn., included pick and haul costs YOUR IMPROVED LOT
firm portion of its New Jersey sold their stucco home Newsmen are always kidding him !
pays a prof- thetic tales,right up to the minute not shown by Dr. Hamilton and
on Camphor Lane opposite the sometimes about a rather unhappy -
I ingenuity under* *difficulties.* John B. Stetson mansion to Nra.lCatherin "Valencia estimate" incident cf : pensate has made for current adjustments material to costs.com:I Jas. Gamble Rogers II :, FOR
Carter and her few back. At the
mother. a hearing
this week to the years From the costs for standard ,,1' 0 $5,200.00
a '
RELEASED Architects Engineers
FOR SALE Mrs. Mary Mowarth. The deal was ,s before Judge Rogers In Bartow ,
the Legislative rA Dr. Reitz brought one-half box, :,
closed for 7200. the other day resulting in Pasco ; Building Consultants
Committee of Florida Association Mrs. Howarth announced plans p Packing Co. obtaining an injunc- bushel and half-bushel into proper 100% loan for veterans
of Realtors is a pamphlet for developing 14 acres on Ocean tion against the embargo. Copeland ration. 'POST OFFICE BUILDING Phone 2-4303
OCEAN FRONT HOME I entitled "Documentary StampAct" Shore Drive approximately nine was sitting with Bill Pierce Costs for a four-fifth stand- \ WINTER PARK. FLA.
giving facts about this unfair miles above Daytona Beach. The the bureau's legal talent. "Here's ard and four-fifth half strap
I tax and asking support its property has 495 feet of ocean I where George will have to make a
,BARGAIN abolishment. Compelling reasons frontage and is 1,300 feet deep. direct statement." said one new I
for the abolition of this act are The land has been cleared and man expecting him to take the
given for fair-minded thinking. bulldozed and ready for further witness stand. But for some rea-

Completely furnished, Elec- development she said. a. > v son or other. Pierce didn't call the
tric Refrigerator;Gas,Stove,, Brahman Added I I' Also announced by Mrs. Ho- grade expert. And George laughedat
(Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] warth was the opening. June 1. of the newsmen who were disap-
Automatic H -JVVateiv- -. ... DELAND-A recent notable addition the Samoset Summer Colony near pointed at his not being called. I
.to Leo Fugle'i herd of cat- Morrisville Vt. which she and *
her three daughters purchased last in the week's
tie is
a purebred registered Brah-
4 ROOMS 2 BATHS I Fall. The colony contains 20 cottages PERSONALITIES, Tom Turnbull ass 1aKE 3Atrv1IWa
man bull for which the VolusU clubhouse d
private golf was the only fresh fruit man
County cattleman paid $2,000 at course and large dining rooms.
SERVANT QUARTERS the purebred Brahman sale In showing up at the injunction
I Mrs. Claire M. Swinney sold to
hearing in Bartow A lot of
Ocala, according to County
Agent Mrs. Grace L. Moore a furnished
W J Platt. 'home in citrus houses are taking advan-
Howey's subdivision for
R tage of the embargo by making
5500. Gerald W. Pay,
Price $8500 operatorof repairs and adjustments to ma-
Pay's Grove service purchaseda The canning ,*
chinery new
INS I RANG tract of land in Meadowlawn.
v -*' a plant of Florence CGA at Winter
I P E. A..T-: "' ; B _1 subdivision of township 17, from I started
Haven was just getting
" L. I., lewheHe :Byron H. Gibson for 11500. This
i I iURGiAft\ ;J.-: '- 3-s )s was the largest transaction of the when the embargo came along and
week, Manager Frank: Poltras wanted to
ONEIULEEiun according to the record cf
112 Sams AT' deeds at the know if that was some sort of
county court house.
sign Courtney Campbell
There 13
N.w Smyrna Beach. Flo. '''' >-.i.-- >. ...fWWNtASc ,-.. .: :" C with county were clerk transactions less than $5,000.listed Food Machinery, an ardent Caldwell -
: } :; v: _: supporter last gubernatorial
race says he hasn't made up his I
New Fern Book mind on a 1948 candidate, but I
there are some who think he favors I
By',Dr. Murrill a citrus man A citrus
t man would get a lot of support
\' HOUSE FOR SALE Now Off PressesSpecial I MEET 'GOLDIE: Something new Francis Prescott Smith. Winter -
in bathing suits is "Goldie." worn Haven citrus grower. takinga
[ to The Sunday SentinelStanGAINESVILLEHis ] 1 by Janis Paige in her forthcoming lead role in "George Washington INTERLAKEN 1
new book film. Wallflower. "Goldie" is madeof Slept Here" presented by the Win-
"In Beautiful Edgewater Heights No. 2" on ferns.Just off the press, rounds gold metallic lace, so flimsy' ter Haven Community Theater
out the nature-lore series by Dr. that when dropped on the floor, it I and turning in a nice job as the
William A. Murrill. prominent retired glands with, about 1/l.OOOth of the I eccentric "Uncle Stanley supposedly i SELECT YOUR LAKE FRONT HOME SITE

3 New Modern 2-Bedroom botanist formerly on the staff ,noise of a pin falling on a six- i rich but as poor as a.
Houses-1 Frame2 of the New York Botanical Garden inch-thick rug. church mouse H. A. Pollardof .
and for several years a voluntary ----- Winter Haven rounding up silver YOU CAN BUILD NOW!
Concrete Block. SEE THESE FORTH collaborator with the Universityof plates and help to dish out
Florida the barbecue for the Fruitman's .
Agricultural Experiment
Part II. on ferns is devoted to Haven next Wednesday.
a list; of some Virginia ferns Increase SeenIn e CITY WATER PAVED ROADS, CITY TELEPHONE CITY ELECTRICITY

OPEN SUNDAY 2 to 5 P. M.MercedesAve. Northeastern ferns Southern ferns ferns and Northern Florida CITY FIRE PROTECTION WELL RESTRICTED NEAR COUNTRY CLUBS NO CITY TAX

2 Blocks from ff nxs. -
Lake Adair-$10,500., Primitive green plants Including Variety DIRECTIONS ,

mosses liveworts and algae tSoec(ol to The Sundoy Sentinel.StorJ Drive to end of West Princeton Drive North on Edgewater Drive
are described in m. :
$700 CASH FOR VETERANS Part ;I GAINESVILLE farmers simply would many plant Florida a- I J Avenue-Turn Right and Follow the OR to the Interlaken] Arrow and Turn :

Pastures Planted I'better variety of corn than they I Arrows to the Entrance. Left. ;
[Special to The Sunday Sentinet-Starl ,
$2700 FOR CIVILIANS TO HANDLE 'I have been planting they could increase i
FORT PIERCE-W. A. Scott. :
St. Lucie County cattleman, is the State's total yield by ACRESRIPE i
planning to plant several thousand ;more than one million bushels, I INVESTMENT CO.

acres to improved pasture :according to W. E. Stokes, headof
Also Several Fine Building/ Lots grasses, according to County the State Experiment Station
I Agent Charles D. Kime. I agronomy department. OWNERS AND DEVELOPERS

$800 Up=City Improvements Numerous tests by the Ex- 506 E. COLONIAL DRIVE ORLANDO, FLORIDA PHONE 2065

FOR RENTNEW periment Station and by farmer FOR SUBDIVISION \
in co-operation with the
FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW station. Stokes explained hafe

ORLANDO DEVELOPMENT CO. 15 minutes from Orlando Indicated that farmers who ,"' ..,.- ,.
north on Rt. 17-92. Venetian plant the common run of corn Inside City Limitsof ,.
blinds: electric range and hot could hike their yields 20 percent .-
19 Rutland
Bldg. Phone 8383 water heater.Telephone Winter by planting one of the improved. Orlando to-
Park 84-M. varieties such as Florida
W.I. ARLINGTON. . 7HU1tdtau !)
Florida has ben growing about
I 700,000 acres of corn and gettingan Northwest Section. t double 3

average yield of 10 bushels per constructed VETERANS I CONTRACTORS I BUILDERS I

acre and use of Improved tested f-: Here is THE
varieties by all farmers would 2 and 3 bedroom perfect answer to present housing. :
Altamonte Springs raise its total production from City Water shortages all in a "one-stop, complete buy I'
.. about seven million bushels I I and 1 Yistory pre-assembled homes precisely ,,

8,400,000.Ten tow HOMESPRICED 'E engineered! -shipped complete with all
( bushels per acre is a to .
yield of but about half r'' Electric Power \0, necessary interior details to save you the time
corn o '
Invites You Florida's corn acreage is also and trouble of "shopping around":
interplanted with peanuts and __0. -
from 500 to 600 pounds of pea- I -r- '.
nuts are also produced on each S17 5.00 ;
acre planted in this manner.] $4500To f o
Another very effective practice -
1t 1
'r f3rr
t for increasing corn yields .
the agronomist points out, is : !
:.. : planting legumes such as cowpeas male yourself torn -
; x Located 8 Miles North velvet beans, beggarweed real money-
x Crotaiaria. Alyee; clover hairy Small down
indigo and blue lupine on the payment

of Orlando and 13 land and turning it under before I See Mr. Little
corn. a low
Much of Florida's corn acreage i payments:
is not fertilized at ail but judi Harold
Miles Shepherd
South of Sanford
cious use of a complete fertilizer Long TermFinancing -'
N u.
witha relatively high nitrogen ,
content has almost invariably in, Realty Co.
on Old Highway 17 creased yields. Stokes said. I I S arrangements -
He recommended application of 20 E. Washington
300 to 400 pounds per acre of a
Near Winter Park and complete fertilizer such as 4-8-4 Phone 5124 .

684. 488. or similar grade as ,... i_ _* ,. -. .
these amounts and mixtures have w s
Sanlando Springs. proved efficient and profitable 1nHOMESITES
increasing corn yields :0 WE FURNISH ARLINGTON Is a quality home that can be

t erected in double-quick time, with a minimum
zY THE FOLLOWING: of labor expense. Individual buyers may do part

of the work themselves and save much In erection

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AGRICULTURAL r Hog Industry NOTEBOOK: Shows C LrL3mL] tF3JZUVI K wad1 Jj3Jjf3Qflfl _

Covers Central' Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew

$15 Million Value Page 6 [fGl] The frmtfetg: &tnltorl-&tat Orlando Florida, February 23, 1947 t

I'-s' tI' I' 4-H PoultryShow Cattle Grub Control


[Sunday Sentmel-Siar Agricultural Edit w1. I Orange County Growers

A junior partner in Florida livestock production has To OpenThe Methods
grown up quietly to be a $15 million deal in its own right. .,

And today the hog industry ranks second only to cattle !

by $2 million. To tend to the needs of this growing I Back Conservation Work Annual Florida State 4-H I Florida cattlemen and dairymen have four effective

phase of Florida's agricultural wealth, the Florida Farm I Boys Show and again Girls will Poultry be held and at Egg the ways of beating the grubs that are frequently found in

Bureau's Executive Secretary John< the backs of animals, Orange County Agriculture Agent
Ford Is discussing\ plans and problems I Orange County growers and cattlemen already: cattleman; L. W. Tilden of Whiter Garden, vegetable I Central Florida Exposition in Orlando Fred Baetzman said recently.

with Dan Faircloth. of Tren- Chicks Gain are moving toward practical water control to curb grower; H. A. Ward of Winter Park, dairyman Feb. 24-Mar. 1. "Controlling these pests now is very important,TJI. *
and Phil C. Peters of Winter Garden, citrus _
ton. chairman of the FFBs Hog I the danger of faIling water tables and drying wells ; The Poultry Judging Contest Kaeizman assenea.. "lor it means
rower. Reppard is a civil engineer and will be held Mar. 1.
Committee While still attempting with the Orange Soil Conservation District co-or- grove owner. 'preventing losses in meat milk nozzle from 12 to 16 inches from
- to learn the extent of dinating their voluntary program Chairman A. H. In addition to the honor of being and hides later on. Grubs irritate pnimal -

citrus tree less. Ford said the Bu- In ProductionFlorida Reppard, declared yesterday. Requests for technical assistance are made j on the winning Poultry Show C i I[cattle while they: are being milk- If dip is used run animals
whether individually in a of several owners -
reau was preparing a release to or group team each person on the team win i through a vat containing the ma-
"Twenty-five petitions for Individual farm planning and U an aera of several property owners is included received a $25 bond. The indi- ed or are grazing and they also terial.

growers on material how to capital take advantageof loss on chick production during assistance and group water control projects : must be unanimous.. These-requests If vidual with the highest score will'' damage the hides of animals and
their income taxes which can carry January showed an increase of already have been approved" he reported. proved by the board of supervisors, will be ap-I receive a $100 college scholarship. thus reduce their value." Rabbit Breeders
back to 1945 If the more than 20 percent over a year I upon by the district. The Orange County Judging I
grow- ago.totaling 760,000. the U. S. Bureau "Work has started although the office of the Team includes Dale Meta of Lock- I f He suggested the first treatment -
ers are going to take advantage Technical aid requests may be sent to any of the
of such capital losses they: must of here Agricultural yesterday.Economics reported II i work unit technicians. Walter Hutchinson: was five supervisors through the office of Work Unit I hart.Castle Juanita and Marry Bradshaw Etta Lennon of Pine of just before the grubs begin Re-elect Hyland

submit photographs showing ex- opened only Feb. 1." v Technician Walter B. Hutchinson. at. 1127' West dropping from the animals
Union Park. The alternate selected -
tent of tree damages The Bureau chicks This produced compared by with commercial 588,008 j' Sponsored by the Orange County Farm Bureau Central Ave. or to County Agricultural Agent Fred j is Barbara DeWare of Pine back and repeating the As Co-op PresidentC.
also is studying a proposal
the Soil Conservation District was Baetzman. secretary of the board. Castle. '' W. Hyland
that Florida growera set up an I hatcheries a year ago and 668I!I organ- ment at 30-day intervals was re-elected
Inter-State exchange of surplus 080 hatched during December. *ized and received its charter, 1& years ago. but Upon approval the local district usually asked j Approximately: 100 birds are ex- least three treatments, treat-I president of the- Florida Rabbit

Items with Northern farmers: I The number of eggs In 'incubators lack of a trained technician to be assigned to the the SCS technicians for assistance. This is furn-I pected to be entered. from Orange schedule will kill the Producers Co-operative at its first

r Trading< extra oranges for New was five per cent less on district by the U. S. Soil Conservation.Service delayed ished without charge t othe landowners. County alone.Washington I I .. ". ... ._--_ _,."'_ annual meeting here.
York apples. I Feb. 1 than in 1946. indicating a actual wowrk until recently.: A conservation survey of the farm is made, tr. a 1! Other officers named include
decreased production this month. "Organized under the State Soil ConservationAct County
a which Includes the mapping or classifying of the I W. B. Carsweil. vice president,
QOUTIIEASTEBN extension Farmers reported intentions of the formation of District and and R. L. Henslee
1839. Orange soils and their capabilities. A technician also secretary:
O directors are dickering to purchase six per cent fewer baby I the active participation of growers and cattlemen Farming Advances. treasurer. Additional directors
goes over the farm with the farmer and helps
meet in Orlando between March j I chicks than in last; February.Hatcheries : I are A. H. Reppard and L M.
It and April II County Agricultural 1 I said orders for replacement shows the realization that we must"do something him plan the land according to its proper use. Listed Schoenberger.The .
about our vanishing water supply. Reppard as- By AgentSpecial
Agents will confer In I stock were running If water control is needed a design of ditches 7
Arcadia larch 6. and visit the heavy but those for meat product serted. and water control structures will be furnished to [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star) Co-operative is sponsoring a
An- tion had slowed. rabbit show in conjunction with
field station
Ona Cattle
M "It is a purely voluntary and Democratic arrangement the farmer.as part of his farm plan. j .CHIPLEY-Washington County the Central Florida Expositionhere
Dual meeting of the Central
agriculture is moving steadily for-
with an action at the of the
F request
Feb. 24-Mar. 1. licensed by
tral Florid Cattlemen's Assen. GROUP MAT ASK PLANS ward. :
will be held at Okahnmpa Igou, WingateTo Individual land-owners. Districts have no taxing the: American Rabbit & Cavy
Recent developments in agricul-
March 7 .. The Golf Coast or bonding powers. They do not provide for Should a group of farmers having a community Breeders Assn.
z Fat Stock Show will be held at Address District regulatory authority that may be forced upon the program on water control need assistance it is possible O.tural Harrison progress.reports County, include: Agent: H. a NqR ':Sy'Q3
FensacoU April 7 and the Sum- operator. for them also to petition the supervisors for a
ter County Breeders' show in Farm Bureau MeetDoug The successful West Florida
Webster July 1012. The district merely: provides a practical med- plan.If after the necessary preliminary engineering 4-H Poultry Show here.
I Igou of Eustis, president I ium through which effective planning and carryingout are made and the problem is considered
surveys i Feeding and grooming of Short-
THE STATE Livestock Sanitary of H. the L. Wingate Florida Farm president Bureau of and the of water and soil conservation can be done now feasible by the SGS technicians and the district horn steers by two 4-H club mem-

will place that part of j I Georgia Farm Bureau will be I I in Orange County. supervisors designs of the necessary structures will bers for exhibit in the forthcoming

Hendry County north under of the Ca-j I.principal speakers at a meeting of J 36 FORMED IN STATE be prepared. I Southeastern Fat Stock Show.
loosachatches River quarantine 1. County Farm Bureaus in the FirstF These plans will be submitted to the farmer Planting on farms this season'
March 1 to out 1 The Orange district is of 36 organized In
on carry systematic one
I of 1,000 fruit and nut trees.
j i Congressional District In 'Marii -
for their approval Should
group or rejection. approval I
tick eradication In that the State. These are represented through the Flor-
area .The Refrigerated Steamship -II i anna March 1. I ida Association of Soil Conservation District Supervisors be given the group must raise the necessary The largest acreage of blue
I I Officers and directors of 11
Line's SS Zacapa was scheduled funds to pay for the construction work needed. lupine in the history of the
counties in Northwest Florida also headed by Reppard. This organiza-
to leave Fort Pierce yesterday county.
will meet in Marianna at 10 tion now is seeking means of acquiring additional usually on an acreage basis. FRED BAETZMAN a
to start the first post-war coastal a.m. and go to Graceville for a farming equipment to be furnished by the districts Reppard again stressed that engineering work Construction of another modern stressed ..
run from the Florida port to New I
and without to the farmers.
plans furnished cost
Two barbecue at 2 p.m. Executive to approved projects at a nominal cost. are dairy plant.
York City.: sailings weekly on
r Participation of 500 of the
and Sec. John Ford reported. coun- fore they come out and will
Wednesday Saturday: are slated Counties to be represented Include -I In addition to its actual program of getting ty's 1,000 active farmers in the
from the Indian River port. I "Work already has started for a plan on a prevent development; of heel
Jefferson. Leon; Oadsden. water and sod conservation practices established agricultural conservation programin
: nx's: VALLEY Hortl- I I I Jackson. Calhoun. Washington.i' on the land the district Is being assisted also by: new grove owned by Dr. P. Phillips," Reppard 194<&J and indications that an flies later on. .. ,
rpHE Holmes. Walton. Oklahoma. Santa Soil said. "Another project has been approved around even larger number will participate ,
JL cultural Society is studJinipreftntint the U. S. Conservation Service in an educational He listed these formulae
Rosa and Escambia. I Lake Mary and Judge W. L. Tilden is being this year.
steps in connection program. of cube
given two farm plans near Tildenvilie." i Dust: 1 part' by weight
with scaly bark disease of citrus
Flake Control This program is being planned in cooperationwith containing 5 per cent rotenone
trees '. Production l'larkdlncAdmInistration In addition to the technical planning the SCS' Dairy Cows Show 1
officials 'in the Orange County: school through SupervisorR. and 2 parts Tripoli earth [double-
Southwestern States predict a Of Mole Crickets I E. Kipp and will be conducted Feb. 24-28. sometimes makes available equipment to the district Increase in Milk ground cream)1.
which in turn allocates it at nominal cost to
This will be the first educational
shortage of workers for harvests project on Wash: 12 ounces of cube or
this year, despite a drop In demand Told Norris i soil and water conservation undertaken in the Or- the farmers whose ejects have been approved."In From derris powder containing 5 per ., ;."-<
by this district we are laying great stress on' Chopped Cane ,7. -
for laborers Record- I ange County schools on such a scale. Reppardsaid. i cent rotenone 4 ounces of granular -
breaking shipments of tomatoes '', [Special to The Sundoy Sentinel-Star] I water conservation and control as we believe this [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star) l\ laundry soap and 1 gallon of .,
are being made from Mexico... TAVARES Mole crickets to be our greatest problem." declared Reppard. |I OCALA Running sugarcane I water. >

North Carolina lettuce crops which may cause considerable COUNTY WELL REPRESENTED "There has been too much dissipation of this I through a feed mill instead of an I Spray: : 7 1-2 pounds of derris ..... -
suffered severe damage In cold trouble in seed beds. can be controlled Reppard is only one of five district! supervisors i for .Ei
ensilage cutter improved its feed- cube containing 5 per cent
weather .,. Frost has set the vital asset with which nature has endowed this
i I by the of
use naphthalene elected by: Orange County freeholders who make 'rotenone ofwater.
ing value the Gold Medal Dairy and 100 gallons
Louisiana strawberry crop back area and too little thought given to drainage as
flakes County Agent R. E. Norris
to March 15 It Is expected j I'I their living from the soil. These supervisors serve affecting our water supply. We have gone aheadon found during a feeding trial this II .
said.The without pay and represent phases of Orange Winter. Dip: 10 pounds of cube or derris
that 9.500 acres of Red Bliss potatoes j flakes should be -scatteredon many the assumption that we had plenty of water i i \,
will be planted this the surface of the bed at the County agriculture. and that drainage was of first importance and I The feed mill cuts the cane into containing.5 per cent rotenone. :2 z zI
Spring In the Rio Grande Valley rate of a quarter of*a pound per finer pieces and the dairy is I ounces of sodium lauryl sulfate I
Include .
They Clarence Datson of Orlando. not conservation.spect
: As a source of agricultural ,,10 square feet worked lightly: into I using the mill entirely now. according and 100 gallons of water.
revenue. Arisona's citrus the top layer of soil and then I to Assistant County Agent Before applying the insecticide,
Industry has risen from tenth ta watered lightly: with about one I Sidney B. Parnell. drive animals into a chute and
fourth place during the past gallon of water per 10 square feet. Shortages Slow Growth Soviet Citrus I The dairy fed 200 cows all the curry them to expose grubs.In .
five yean. The flakes will keep the crickets I cane they wanted for 90 days from using the dust rub [with a
i away for about a week. If plants I .
the yield of 10 acres. Parnell estimates stiff brush material into hair .
ALTHOUGH gross farm income 1 are up and growing in rows the that each cow consumedan and openings made by grubs.In .

**. this year may: be somewhat, I'| flakes should. be scattered between_ Of Spanish Processing"Shortages BoostedProducing I average of 30 pounds daily. washing be sure animal's
smaller than 1946. farm costs are i the rows. Crop
thus placing the yield from 10 back is wet with the material so
expected to remain at or above :
I acres at 270 tons. insecticide will come in contact ...
last year's levels Prices of new Okahumpka Tract Sold --
machinery and most supply and of machinery and skilled workers are I approximately 600 Parnell says milk production Increased with every grub. -
equipment items are expected to I; Speetol to The Sunday Sentmel-StorJ) : blocking development of the citrus processing industry in while the cane was being In spraying use power sprayerof
million fruits the Russian citrus '
LEESBURG Cyril C.Boyd has >
be higher at least for the first -- Heliodoro Gonzalez i fed. 400 pounds pressure and hold ..
Spain Rodriguez Spanish Department -
part of the year.. Prices of sold 175.000 acres of land south crop this year promises to be its t - -
some 'I
feeds probably will be lower than of Okahumpka to Bertha S. of Agriculture official touring Florida reported yes- largest in history the Office of i

in 1948. cutting a major cost item i Hawke. I terday. Foreign Agricultural Relations reported -
on farms where it is purchased... r I II I -Although my nation is thc Operating costs of most farmersnow ; LeMon Buys Home yesterday.
second largest citrus producing
are almost two-thirds more Special to The Sundoy ,Sentinel-Stor) country in the world. I have just processing plants at Dunedin. The Soviet citrus industry is
I Tampa. Lake Wales and Auburn- i
than they were six years ago. during EUSTIS-Glenn A. LeMon has tasted canned grapefruit juice for relatively young and limited to SOMETHING I NEW
dale and confer with the Florida
which (I I the Black Sea Coastal area of the
time gross farm produc- I bought a house in Reaume Park ,, the first time in my life and I Canners Assn."Darine .
tion increased 15 per cent. < here from Grady L.Palt for 4600.j I like it very much." he declared. Georgian. Republic in the Caucasus. '

I As a result the bulk of Spain'sannual the war we grew no
._ ,
tomatoes to speak of.because: we
box crop is exported In Satsumas account for 85 to 90per
See Our Display of fresh fruit form mostly to Eng could not export them to our cent of the total production ,
land. English consumers, but we hope and in 1943 totaled 450 million IN BUILDING
ta resume this trade soon" he
That is. it was exported before -
; \\ said.
the war-but now there is The '46 lemon crop Is reportedto
such a shipping shortage that it His native section In the Canary more than triple the previous

1ftL.DEEP\ and SHALLOW WELLSAt is almost impossible." Rodriguez Islands grows a smaller but more record of 14'a million fruits in '41. I -
added. tasty: tomato than that produced Washington navels account for the
The Here to study in particular the on the mainland In Murcia and remaining commercial production. *
processing' methods of the Flor- Logrono provinces. j I Commercial planting of citrus
Central Florida Exposition ida citrus and tomato industry. Most citrus grown in Spain Is fruits in the Georgian Republic
Rodriguez marveled at the developments along the Mediterranean coast. In- 1! began In '28. but the greater part 1
1 AlsoPLUMBING I of frozen concentrates eluding Catahna Valencia Castel- of the present development of approximately : .
and powders. ion Murcia and Alecante. 'I : 50.000 acres occurred Stran Steel Arch :1

EQUIPMENTfor I "I have just visited the Vacuum Largest varieties are navel and from '34 to '41. :
Foods Corp. plant and the Plym- | Valencia oranges although many I It is expected this acreage will
outh Growers Co-operative at I sour oranges are grown for mar- I be increased to nearly 75,000 acres "

Bathroom and Kitchen Plymouth, and what you are doing malade production. !1 I by: 1950. Rib Home >,. a
here in Florida in the processing I Spanish growers produce a Winter I
line is years ahead of any- I' crop with a September bloom : Lake Growers Replant .-.x..d.

LIBBY 8 FREEMAN thing we can hope to do. but it I'and a January-February harvest. Some Watermelon Fields I. --,, .
is the answer to all-year citrus "We have our freeze troubles, S ." rI rJ'
711 W. Church St. TeL 9869 supplies needed abroad." the : too" he added. "Every three to I [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] '

Spaniard said. I, four years we get temperaturesdown I LEESBURG Replanting of I
Using Orlando as headquarters to zero during Januaryand i some watermelon fields in Lake I -
Rodrignes has been conferring lose very much." I i i County is underway now. Melon ,

here with officials of The Spaniards are troubled with 'I I plants and were which not protected were above were ground killed Details at QUONSET I
the U. S. Bureau of Plant In- much of the .
OUR DISPLAY same fungus and insects i by low temperatures of two weeks
dustry. experienced by California. i
I He plans to visit experiment One of the worst Is the "mealy- ago.Growers estimate that when replanting Central
At The :stations at Winter Haven. Feb. 24. bug" which can be killed only by is finished Lake County Display Exposition:
( and Lake Alfred on Mar. 3-4. covering the tree with a cloth and I'' will still have some 10.000 acres of .
II In addition. Rodriguez will In- spraying with cyanide. 1 watermelons I this season.

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S en .in Volusia Covers- Central Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew ,, ,1.w:

-- ISpeciol to The Sunday Sentlhel-Star] ..,.''*,., Orlando, Florida, February 23, 1947 (Ehf; &mi&ag!J &gntuul-&lar Page 7 [Cl] .
DELAND-Appraisal of the damage to Volusia County Citrus Export i

f tyro which has been made by W. J. Platt Jr., County Agricultural -

Agent, who returned from the Florida State Fair Labor Program FernGrowersUnityUrged I

at Tampa, where Volusia County had an agricultural exijiibit Mart SurveyedH.

to make' a' personal survey of the damage to crops F' i 1v
.f. and fruit. ,_ Extension SeenMgr. I If T. A. MICE I Ir I Plumosus Growers Institute in order as our competitor
rumateiy' for moot growers the recent cold were very beneficial J. Krauel manager of the a'l. n pr their trees were In a dormant con- to the trees. United Florida Citrus Exporters. DELAND-Plumosus fern grow- every ;year becomes. greater men- to the wild product but
's dltion due to toe long period of In Tjdry weather and most of the By the use of cultural practices extended trip to survey possibilities ;:u.3 ;ry Florida Vegetable Committee said Those in effect were the real- ferneries. florist of the country) ; through
j p visual. damage appears to be leaf- and an application of fertilizer for fresh and canned citrus: ' yesterday that the House Agricultural istic words of R. G. Hagstrom "Because this large outfit obtains our trade magazines and publicity -
damage and some fruit damage. groves in most sections of the rts to Western European mar- \ :: i:; Committee had reported favorably Volusia County's largest fern pro- their ferns without the expense on a national scale, they
county will set a normal crop of keno 4 1ii' C! ducer, in discussing the of cultivation," Hagstrom
Km Most of the leaf damage appears fi a bill to extend present : post-war may never learn of the superiority -
5T* to be wind damage.* LH- fruit. Platt cautioned growers not farm labor problems now bearing down upon pointed out. "they have been enabled of our product or that in
'tie splitting of the branches has to neglect their trees because of Kraael will re first te Antwerpand : .. emergency June 30 to Dec. 31. one of the county's most profit- to considerably undersell us the long run it will pay them to
,. _been noticed, on older trees. the low price of fruit and the Rotterdam where be will The House bill does not able agricultural enterprises.I I I on a market which formerly virtually f us* our ferns.*
However recent freeze. attempt with importers there to : :. 'y N, .. pro- The industry is faced with the belong to the Florida growera.1In
stock / i
on :young some ... : vide for
a liquidation period
work as unmindful of
out Hagstrom was not
splitting The agent also pointed out that more satisfactory: arrangements ., '. ''" competition of the multi-million ,
appears. > 'Y.., recommended to Congress by farm emphasizing his point he
f ornamentals azaleas hedges and I for handling ship dollar Colorado Calison Brothers the difficulties of organizing sucha
ff. Seville. Pierson and DeLeon ments for Florida than has : '' organizations" Graw added. said not long ago Calison Brothers "commission." but he believes it
% been l
foundation plantings were severely k& :: who obtain their ferns from the !L
Springs areas were least damaged. experienced: date. : i' : However a Washington conference found it profitable enough to can be done and that it is the answer -
cold and to .. wild uncultivated national
Injured by the recent I .". ,. :.. held : forests II
However 'WY was looking toward ship several carloads of their
some damage was notic- < :.q: .L to a pressing need of the
should NOT be until and parks
pruned accurate European importers at these $ { ) introduction of long- ferns for in .Jack
ed In young groves.Daytona Beach / 1 : ..15j a companion bill consumption small and large growers alike
damage can be determined. : term low-cost leases from the
Dutch ports have been buying cit- In the Senate for ,
and New providing a sonville. I
v i Smyrna Beach areas i They should be well watered and I United States Government Hag- "The failure of 'our mission at
I rus heavily during the current three months' liquidation
were heavily damaged. causing fertilized and when new. growth H. J. KRAUEL pe- Strom said. "And if something isn't done to the last meeting of the Florida
considerable fruit loss.Osteen. Enterprise appears, and defoliation takes season. This fruit has been shippedout leaves for Europe riod. : He urged all fern growers in effectively meet this competition" Farm Bureau to have the Federal
and. Lake Helen suffered i I place then the damage can be of New York in ventilated "The House Agricultural Com-I 1 Volusia and Lake Counties to reactivate I he said. "I would not be surprisedto Government restrict the use of
some damage while the main 1 1'ramage determined. It is best to not be steamships with considerable decay mittee indicated it was anxious to I the now dormant Florida some day find this Oregon fern Government land for the purposeof
area was DeLand and I developing during delays. terminate importation of foreign being utilized in other parts of harvesting wild ferns should be
,, hasty in cutting back shrubs. I ConservationWork workers as soon as possible." Graw I I I "
vicinity. I|I I I While abroad Krauel will survey said. II i ... Florida. enough indication to every grower
!* It is the opinion of the County Williams Buys Land other markets in Western "The obvious answer to this that we fern growers have go to
*, I Europe and "An extension was recognized as AgriculturalStaff situation," Hagstrom urged. "is face this competition alone and
; : AgrIcultaral-Agent.: that possibly visit England. GainsIn
[Special The Sentinel-Star to meet harvest labor
to Sunday necessary requirements -
21 cent to 31 anti our organization on a definite that effective organization is the
of per per LEESBURG-A large tract of I However. It was pointed out that for 47 crops particu- well-financed basis and advertise only way in which we can be assured -
the fruit in the DeLand area
survivel property in Southwest Leesburg I as long as the British do not release larly in the sugar beet industry. Named our prdoucts as extensively of long-term profits."
7 will :" has been bought by Boyce A. dollars for purchase of fresh Alachua A meeting of. the program I
At present. it..Is Impossible to hams from George. I citrus. no business can expected committee of the National Farm I .
r Accurately determine fruit or tree as special master for 17000.Wil-I this season. It is hoped that by [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Labor Conference will be held At University 1
,rdamage.,he ald. next season the dollar exchange GAINESVILLE Soil conservation in Washington Feb. 27 to drafta
Grove owners were urged to refrain Fruit Firm Sells Land will become available for British and improvement are coming I domestic labor routing bill and ISoe--! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
from pruning until accurate: if Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] purchases. more and more to the fore present testimony to the Sen- GAINESVILLE T New instruc-I
damage can be determined and EUSTIS-Lake County Fruit Frank among Alachua County farmers ate Agricultural Committee on tors in vegetable crops entomologyand SEE OUR EXHIBITAt
r l the possibility. of.more cold weath- Corp. has sold a 40-acre tract of Brothers Roper manager of Roper according to County Agent Loonis I emergency extension of the pres- soils have been named by the
:;er. which"might. possibly. damagethe I land east of here to LeEmon A. Garden. is at Winter BUtch. I ent program. University of Florida College of
president of the
trees,The.rains that.followed ,Lunday. Florida United To support his statement Butch Graw said efforts are being Agriculture to handle the greatly
Citrus Exporters Inc. reported the following activities I made by the FVC to hold intact: increased enrollment of students. The
in this work for 1946: the supply of foreign workers'now I Dean H. Harold Hume reported
Lee Sweet Potatoes Six hundred forty-eight and in the State in anticipation of a yesterday. .
fifty-seven one hundredths tons I shortage during the Spring Dr. G. J. Stout has become associate '
Be Sara to See Our Display of Now Total 400 Acres of phosphate. 73.83 tons of potf f months. professor of horticultureand : CENTRAL FLORIDA EXPOSITION

Soeciol to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] ash and 1,643 tons of limestone will give especial attention
FT. MYERS-With additional applied to soils. Oats In Okaloosa to vegetable crops. Graduate of IN ORLANDO
plantings during the past few Fifteen thousand six hundred Michigan and Ohio State Universities
IRRIGATIONEQUIPMENT weeks Lee County growers now fifty-seven acres of oats. 5,000 : Show Up Favorably he has been assistant
have 400 acres In early sweet potatoes acres of blue lupine. 500 acres of 1 I I Soer.al to The Sunday Sent nel.Star] professor of horticulture: at
according: to County. AgentC. hairy vetch 8,131 acres of Sum i CRESTVIEW While several Pennsylvania State College since
P. Heuck. mer legumes and 2,700 acres of other varieties of oats planted by d 1935. GET
Much of the early acreage permanent pastures planted. f' Okaloosa County farmers have not I I I Dr. Stout Is author of The Home
planted in October will be ready I Farmers also mowed 19,331 acres done very well this season the Freezer Handbook recently pub-
for harvest much earlier than of permanent pastures and combined -I Quincy varieties and the FloridaI lished by Macmillan. He plans to VALUABLE INFORMATIONFROM
usual if warm weather continues., 375 tons of grass and legume 167 variety have shown. I I, offer courses in food processing
Mr. Heuck says.National. seed. I favorably according to County I when laboratory facilities are pro-

For Groves and Farms I Agent The Florida Fred W.167.Barber.planted for the I vided.Milledge Murphey Jr.. is a new OUR

Soil Conservation first time in Okaloosa County last assistant professor of entomology
Fall has grown very vigorously succeeding Dr. Homer Hixson. re-
I has shown no signs of rust and it signed. Graduate of the Univer-
PIPES PUMPSENGINES Workers Draft Fuel Agenda I stools out early. It is very good for sity of Florida, he has been field I Welding Irrigation
grazing. Mr. Barber reports. entomologist in Georgia and director -
: WASHINGTON [UP] The Soil Conservation Service of sweet potato weevil 'control

Engineering Service and Design with its ambitious 1947 program aimed at almost doubling i Where War-Time Gowns in Florida. Specialist EngineerFREE
Andrew J. Rogers Universityof
its 1946 accomplishments admittedly has cut out a big job Came From-Feed Sacks.. Florida graduate and native
;: for itself. I of Perry has been instructing in FREE
I ST. Mo j
1N D JOSEPH. lAP] Detec- i
sA ,But on the basis of past achievements. coupled. with tive Herschel Smith arrested four 1 entomology for some time. For Demonstration Engineering"Plans
the growing restiveness of farmers ll men and finally halted the thefts two years he was with the U. S.
toward soil waste that literally which cost an oats company $10- Public Health Service and from
past 40 :years the higher goals
to 1946 was in the U. S.
washes dollars out of their pockets I this year are essential. 000 over the past four years. Isavy.:
The stolen articles were cotton
the program appears feasible. ,experts VITAL TO U. S. WELFARE feed sacks disposed of for 25 cents Daniel O. Spinks a graduate of THE' CAMERON
say.Progress. I "The work of stabilizing our during the war-time demand for i I the University of Georgia is the
CO-- In the first six monthsof .farm land is vital to the national cotton dresses.McKinney I new instructor in soils. He held a
similar position at Abraham Bald- Since 18S5
i welfare. he declared "and must I
the fiscal
year also would indicate -
win Junior College from 1939 to ,
move ahead with
even greater
the goal 'was not too high. speed for it has been too long retarded Sells Lots .I 1944 and was in the U. S. Navy MILL SUPPLIES AND MACHINERY
." ISpecioP The Sunday Sentinel-Star] for over two years.
According to H. H.
EO.BQX 3749-PHONE 6118.630 CHURCH ST._ chief of the SCS and Bennett the nation's Bennett hits the chord that has sold EUSTIS nine -lots T. H.in Eustis McKinney Heights has I Florida shipped 166663 stand-I 112 ALEXANDER PLACE ORLANDO, FLA.
outstanding preacher: on perhaps struck most tunefully on subdivision
to T. H. McKinney Jr. ard boxes of limes during the
the evils of soil erosion for the the ear of the farmer debating the for 10000. I J 1945-46 season.
question;>> of undertaking soil conservation

"Where: It has been practiced. I
I Bennett said "soil conservation
I farming has resulted in at least a
20 per cent increase in productionper 1

: IA& w&' meant acre increased as an average.income to It has the Announcing Appointment as DistributorsFOR

farmer and savings in seed fertilizer -
i i-,4 labor and power. It has accounted -
for a high degree of land
'fn 11 'lOUt. protection even under the pressure -
10 \t\\\\\ of Intensified wartime pro-
\ \ I duction. He estimated that the

r 't\\\\\\ program cost of not would having average a $1 scientific billiona a The State of FloridaFOR

\\\\\\S\\\\\\ I year.
\ Bennett declared that AmerIcan
farmers, falling In line with
e 1z conservation practices: : made
possible by Congressional appropriation -
"are turning the SOUTH BEND LATHESOn
tide; we are winning the fight 9" Bench Lathe
against the greatest common
enemy to productive land-uncontrolled Exhibit at the
soil erosion."
He aims to put more than 30 FairSEE THESE LATHES-on DISPLAY
minion additional acres of farm
land under conservation surveillance -
rr n M by June 30. That compares At The
with new coverage to 16 million
acres of land In fiscal year 1946.

his new program is realized
7- .-. Easily wacktr/ cracttd it will bring to a total of 115 mil-
: lion acres the farm and ranch I IC .. Feb. 24th-March 1st
FJ :zw 4. Attracth, 1 tettacta*to aeaearaaHo land in the United States which
has been blanketed by completesoil
/ 4r /QQronflIa-lests a bfefea and water conservation of all
t kinds since the program got un- South Bend Lathes for accurate production operations -
/ t aL 4 Tikes standard wmntVB&iohfci derway in earnest In 1933. and toolroom work. Lathes
:t exacting Engine
/111 f rabires,ilniseng. I Just how far the program has

I I \ )/: .L Eaury furntshtd I.progressed by these figures In the: first six months. 13" Toolroom Lathe and Toolroom Lathes with 9", 10", 13", 14 / ",

t On July: 1, 1946. of this current and 16" swings. Precision Turret Lathes with y2n

were fiscal 1,637 year soil is shown conservation there and 1" collet capacities. Write for Catalog 100-F.

Here's good news for those who have hone; consisting .f .Tfr mmu- frame districts embracing approximately -

a housing problem! The EVEIWEAXAUAlununuai ceanpletewithlaseri.rpattiti.nsr..f ; 883 million acres, under
Prefabricated HomeaDd sidewaA conservation. By Dee. 15, the
ewer sheets
exte number districts has risen to
t: :***-****
,* ittracttvery-etyled, onerior and
flashing trim: costs only 1,150 and slightly: more than one .
or two-bedroom house featuring lifetime $899.75. F.OA Rnnmthaia. Ala. billion acres.

all-alnminum construction, and Standard ItuiIn Vibes: atd htures There Is, regrettably a rather .
simplicity, .east, and speed of ereoto suit the borer's own Hate and large district gap between the whic1haa conservative I ."
Lion, is available nova. Fresh distineneeds can be i installed in the cenventional : .- been subjected to conservation
bye looking, this beautifully treatment.But .
proportioned m meT. The completed home,
cottage in no resembles the growth of districts
way a ready for
occupancy, costs only .means that Just that many more
factory-built* Graceful in its 2S60 to $3000.) The KrantxtK All. farmers and farms are brought r
"Cape Cod styling-complete with Aluminum rriiMrng is also adaptable 'I closer to the technicians who are
exterior trim-the all-humnum home for i available to assist them In their
use a*an cSce,farm or industrial
is one that you'll be proud to own. utility baOdrng_aad Lee ether I problems and to conservation cov-
The all-aluminum bone cannot purposes. I rage.The Utopian aim. of course Is to

.' rust rot shrink, or warp. Termites See your local dealer or bmUer have every acre of every district .:- L'II7
1J will not attack it.It gives you lifetime write or I under control. Work is carried on
phone -visit
factory- : now almost entirely through the :
Ierviceh..e"permanenceand warehouse. Ask for the attractive, I district program.

durability at "small-home" cost. fully illustrated booklet oa tao! aU- This :year around $41.300,000
The EVESWEAS All-Aluminum aluminum home has been made available for soil
control In the seven regions of Iff9 x ff Toolroom Lathe
the country. la 1948 it is expected -

::'i S will go up that to $43,221.500.the appropriation -c.

hIikI : Bennett in his zeal to save fertility ,
of the soil has compared the
?' average American farm "to a patient I HARRY P. LEU INCa
beset with a complication of
IRON ROOFING COMPANY diseases many of which: are beyond I ,

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l not actually control erosion ""butin I

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