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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
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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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HALF A MIU10N PEOPU G..with.ta < <.. itJUT' SiNT1NEt-STA1 TODAT
75 mil raduit o. Orlonda. tk l

aeo.tYicY metes 24 per cent .. UtIJ e u Floridaentitle t ar Sport __ F.$.s '-7 Gri flees 21.29

Florida's livestock production. 56 Jr'' "State .. foj I TYeerorspe 30
of its
tart famed
vegetable crap 92 Reef Estero. Pi?* '10 K.4w Pig 31
of -
per coot its citrus.

*7i* a Privilege to Live in Central Living.


t NO. 70S e. * t * ORLANDO. FLORIDA JANUARY 19. 1947 I: ,y "X JV FORTY PAGES






Admits Leesburg Killing Youth ISWANN! Prominent CITES SOLUTION Grower PROBLEMS : School$$50 Million Finance Year I'Arnall Quits Tr%;dJ : konI .;







Father With Bat Urges OrganizationOf Program SoughtFlorida 'ClaimsGovernorship




Sheriff Uncovers Citrus Industry Citizens' ,


Hidden Weapon: Group Asks FundsTALLAHASSEE
I JACK GURNETT
Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl Our Own T Staff Correspondent [AP] A We Don't See How She Can Miss With the New Guide Lines Suit PushedTo

s LEESBURG Raiford WINTER HAVEN: -Quoting from "Pilgrim's Prog- $50 million annual public -

Theron [Red] Phillips 22, ress" and the poet :Markham to make his point, Tom B. school financing program: ,

yesterday confessed that, he Swann of Winter Haven, prominent citrus grower,. former calling for double the present Halt Rule

'killed his father John( R. chairman of the Florida Citrus Commission and Growers $18,500,000 a year in State

Phillips, 44, one-time'opera Administrative Committee, a member of the old volume funds was laid out for legislative

tor of a taxicab business here with 'prorate committee and currently] consideration yesterday by the

<..baseball,bat Thursday night at chairman of the Governor's citrus Florida citizens' education com- 1- By TalmadgeSurrender

their home four miles north .of + s"hay advisory committee yesterday mittee.

Leesburg.- Lake County' :Sheriff called for "full and complete organization That Is the minimum amount

;a Willis V.McCall said. I of the citrus industry. necsesary to pull Florida's school ,l of Office

The sheriff explained the youth, Swann took one sentence from system up from its present low C r To Be Demanded

told ,him he sneaked Into his Bunyan's
"Pilgrim's Progress"which standing to a higher rating among
1 father's bedroom.-armed with his! reads: *Ay and I also beard the States the committee found : .. .- I ATLANTA [AP] Lt-Gfov.

small brother's baseball bat.., and of the molestations troubles wars, in a study that started more than tp M. E. Thompson announced

struck the elder Phillips about.the i captivities cries groans, frights two years ago.Recommending. "yesterday he had taken over
bead a number of times. and fears that he met with and i
I almost com- as acting Governor of Georgia -
1
Young Phillips said he was had in his journey" preface his ORIANDok
plete revision of the present
system -
angry with his father because the 1 statement which was prepared ; following resignation fif
latter had "treated the'five other' only after long consideration of of allocating State moneyto 4 qr Ellis ArnaQ, and would demand
I' local schools, the committee
children In the family better than the many issues Involved and that Herman Talmadge surrender
1 pot forth It said would
plan I
a
o he treated him," McCaU reported. reckoning with the possibility that s v ki the Governor's office and executive -
go far towards equalizing educational -
MeCaO found the Mood- others may have thought of the mansion. '
opportunities ef children
S stained bat behind the Phillips same things. c : Talmadge. elected by the Legislature
who live in rich and poor
chicken eoop,where the youth y% Here is his statement verbatim: __ Wednesday after a tumultuous -

had t.ldI he had hidden U '. 6 "There is only one sensible approach counties "without placing an / F / le-hour session, took physical
undue tax I
burden on the citl-
;, foUoWlne:1lae'atlack.: to the solution of our tens In any count}." I possession of the capital and mart

,A, blood-stained poker' was, citrus problems. There is only don Thursday after ousting AmI --
J Training and qualifications of I
t? found under the mattress on the'youth's yZ* one way &surmount what at f'r'i ) an.The
teachers are bigger factors in determining -
i retiring Governor, who ri-
ri bad and a stained clawt present appears to be the Insur
hammer' was discovered In the mountable. Organization full the distribution of State I Jected Talmadre as "that pretender" -
funds under the ea ; :
proposed system
.elder Phillips' room the sheriff and complete organisation. Or- and accused him of seizing me
said adding that the hammer and ganisation to such an extent than In the current plan by which Government. with "storm troopers
_. ,...
the number of pupils Is almost the \Y
ii 1ri
H 'poker were stained with blood WINTER HAVEN that from three to fin men have *
-Lovely Louise sole guide, A plain financial Incentive TALMADGE EYES COCRT
which spattered daring the as- absolute authority in the marketing / ATLANTA IAPJ Herman TaU
Burrefl of Eustls. 20-year-old for each
county to better
-.'11: .saulU,- Ha explained the youth ap- of our citrus crop syA madge Aid last night that If
;j J# parenUy Intended to use the co-ed at Florida- Southern College ,whether'it be fresh or canned. Its instructional program would be NEWS Ii (reM Georgia courts hold that he Is

: oker.:but bad changed his mind. Lakeland. was selected yesterdayto I this dogmatically and with provided. ... not entitled t* the governorship
:, nYoone Phillips is being held in31he.Lake say to which the Lrgislatare elected;
The counties would be required
reign of the Seventh
!\;: -County Jail at Tavarea as Queen no reservations whatsoever. t Rl lfrF'f / him he will abide by the 4.*
Annual Florida Camellia Festival i after 15 of trial and to furnish at least $13 million a JI cisloiu
:! sc> of years error PuRCtAS{ soft
'k|-eo' Charge first degree murder. for the minimum :4Jf .
year program by ..
.. to- be held today at Cypress Oar- service on about every commit- yt.l9
v r The attack took place while the I CSI *
least CR
: levying a tax of at seven thugs and ruffians. later set up
+ ..' si*other Phillips children were asleep. dens. A. coronation ceremony: of : tee and commission conceived mills for school operations. They L '9OY"'i/ I. HIfHWI4'(,qPP1IEp temporary executive offices to ,*
music and organised to overcome an 'I .
L and flowers will be held this
.Their
.: mother.Mrs Hobble Phillips.. I existing imminent emergency, would be encouraged to provide I % I W Cl1 ?< "JJlJrwfc confined to local afternoon when Miss Burrell surrounded 'L
a hospital with
by the most fertile brains of an more local school money and safeguards I Thompson took his oath of office

'f1"
-. _-..
; shed '' in. the MBae.-Hospital two, will be officjal crowned to reign could: escape its fair. share of the .. ,ArnaJI then announced that,
'' 1* u*ck..4Y., |, |, orw.th floVeif-ktasdo [" MSCameIIAF.ig.ylearistocrat ,j rrhls certainly is cot I new idea cost? r' W. conditional) miguttav rue
,
.., '
IJR.'M.f''r e of f*!'Triplets'> ; 'S'''J*-'-' ': .of find expeftaseosLciiru.notbellevesere-1san, ,man:.In, ,the -On.the.basis of,present tearhcrtratntngVMid : Mr. G. M. Jacobs ;1400 Chinese .! GOP DemandsMerger *d prevtMisly with UM Secretary

.." Southern Gardens.'*: "t'rI State who-.t. one time.or;another the number of I Drown as 1 of State. bad fce+om* effectrv
,; Ship
'.. '$ in TennesseeCHATTAN000L Thompson eats he would con
has not expressed 1C: :However,at pupus* tht committee program I
: tAil One Of calls for $11 million a 7eat'edra'In : Sinks After Crash I front Talmadge tomorrow to the
present there is probably not over
- :: e six-day-old 'triplets born to Special Citrus State money above'the current . Taken by Death SavingWASHINGTON eitcuUrt,..office and demand that
:, one who will agree that such organization I SHANGHAI IAPI Possibly 400 i
: h ; : he urren4er the Governorship. "If
:., : lMn. Jess Moore died last night. is feasible.But my cor.I appropriation of flS.SM- Chinese drowned yesterday whena

.. ,., week_ When aaeDr.the children Tom were Johnston born I I tention is, that If one, begins to ,W. However Dr. Edgar :Mor- {Saeed to The Sundor entind-Stor! small Yangtze river steamer. [AP] Republicans t do not see him then continued
|collided with a lighter and sank TTXpp on 1 Monday Is Kobert Y.Lee's .
? pbet. tbe committee's executive i
naturopath : who attended the Called financially hurt enough he win be SANFORD Mr Gaston i
off Woosucg. bent on whittling 1
.* nlet"qua4rupleu Meeting secretary normal I birthday and a legal holiday
er. had been guided by intelligent thinking explained that Six hundred er more survivors]I
t_ ";diIJk'ered.. but subsequent in- y Increases In school needs by Mayers Jacobs 92. said to be brought to Shanghai and Joinedby ;down Pres. Truman's 37V!, :in OeorgSbrt will see him Tu* -
.'.: t WatiWton by County Coroner R. I [ ntln.ecI.n Page ft-CoL 1] 'the oldest of Seminole 1 I day and u UVoV then then at me
'.-( Special to The Sunday Sentinel i -StarH next year weald I bring the total pioneer relatives of victims, angrily besieged -(billion budget disclosed yesterday ,

:i'JI.Haresulted.'abatement that'.there In' an were official only WINTER HAVEN-tuch State requirement under the ; County died after one the Chinese Ship Operators','] they will call upon the :earliest possible opportunity." :

,.A, Kuee. Dr.'Johnston bad said that speculation has beettcaused Gen. Marshall new program about .. 137 ma- '1 days illness at his home in apart office and before threatened nastily-summoned to tear it Army and Navy for a showing of; Asked if he could evict U* rival

't. a j ,rat. war stlllbora. by the unexpected announcer Will Take Oath', lion. Chuluota Saturday morning I police quieted them. ,I money savings In the plan for uniJ -,'Governor. Thompson replied:
4 The Mr Jacobs The steamer was the Chekiang.| I II {I -J..,yet I dent' have a strong
f' committee's total figure includes came to Chuluota J flcation of the Armed Forces.
:; ilie Weather ment yesterday: that the t :,bound up river to Nantung with I military at back nl I shallfollow
with his my
Citrus Of Office Monday recommended State funds parents at the age of about 1.000 passengers. -|| Brushing aside arguments by ,

ORLANDO AND: VICINITY Florida Commission for aid in establishing' public kindergartens .12 in November. 1(67. and had r i ![ s.Taxpayers' some Republicans and Democrat .p say4es a...*
Partly eloady and amid.throvghtomorrow. would hold a special called meetIng WASHINGTON API 0 en _' t!
n lived
and Junior colleges, butCeDtln..eI : there for Group Raps |(for National Defense in fiscal 194 Thompson said until he was
: George C. Marshall win be
J : at 1 p.m. tomorrow to consider sworn
the past 80 years. that the 111, 87000000 outlay granted access to Uw executive of
LAKELAND API Partly cloudy an item of "legal policy with one I, in as Secretary of state at the [ on Page 2. CoL 7] \ He was a charter Critics of Levy Stand should not be touched. Chairman I flees he would occupy offices or
of'' White House Monday and probably 'I TAMPA API Florida Taber iR.-N.r.l of the '
informed TaxpayersjA&sn house
source adding "it's
and continued warm weather member of the the Senate president, just off the
'? through Tuesday was forecast for serious importance. |I begin at once conferences with Holland Sings Praises Chuluota Harmony i 1 t said yesterday that criticism propriations Committee AP-I Senate chamber

Peninsular Florida last night by Cbrmn. RoWe Tillman of the Pres. Truman and retiring SeaByrnes Of Louisiana Oranges! ,currently being leveled at Florida,,,1 "There t. going to be a th I'
c the Federal-State Frost*arning : Baptist elglslators and Oov. Caldweil by : .Ub overbavliiig of Army Thompson said his first official
Citrus Commission said the decision on outstanding foreign :
s t ervtce.Cracker. j WASHINGTON API Sen. Hoi- Church and since :,the Florida League of Municipalities Navy. pending estimates. He act was to direct the attorney gen
to can the : policy issues. ': "Is both and I
meeting untrue
t. was land tD-FlaJ. a citrus grower 1875 had been are going to ask what aad way I teal to continue Hilt to enjoin
reached suddenly Friday and I A check with officials yesterday adding: unJI5'I I .
Sex f a ; engaged in the on each item.
Jim : j himself. Is entirely without professional \ Our legislators and | Tstmadfe from exercising aaUwr-
telegrams to members shows he faces three main problems -
dispatched 1 { or State Jealousy when ,j citrus and cattle are to be commended instead of I "There is no Question but Icy of Governor The litigation
Me and Jed Prod is a Ion flshin.to arrive on their desks yesterday : t business. criticized for their refusal to handout spending should be trimmed under former law partner' Stonewallwas
today an after lookin at the moon morning. I 111 Fully acquainting: himself lit comes to oranges. the merger plan unless It's
I State taxpayers money as a just
e last ntte an Ustenm to them frogs j Ho offered I On Christmas i flied originally la the name of
said with American policy on many Issues some fruit to FloriSdlans reward to eit.leat cb have Impoverished another New Deal reorganization
croak; we done figured out them Tillman ke te." say i but especially on the German visiting his office here and ,day in 1873 beI themselves by administration i, Just superimposing an extra overhead AmaU. as Governor
nothing thaa\ that the
fish knld-momin would short be a feedln about meeting wVrU more p.Nty peace settlement to come up at 1 dwelt at length on Its virtues. It I Jacobs married Miss of their tax laws. j I They are going to show usConUBied M tree sass time,Thompson aaICwtlnved -
( cap I the Moscow: conference opening: PoHjann LOOK in Chuluota. who
again 'aboUt an matter that ha .. be settled : was Louisiana citrus I [ on Page t, CeL.IJ .. Page Cot; II
,
'March 10. _
died In children Blasts I!
hour Im--ua&tb-&nd added that It 3540They bad six Moscow Press
fore sun CJ1 Deciding on top aides and However be counseled his visitors ".-
down. When that: ] man would has be an repeatedly open session.declared Tin j'officials to work with him In the not to take the oranges backto .i-i-three daughters and one son.Survivors ; US. Rule in Japan I' -
'noon la over or are three daughters.jltrs. .
State Department
.
" that rio'ed meetings" as s sets Florida with them. There! a
MOSCOW tXTPl The Moscow
Under tt. alwaysthe. : ,
(31 Working with Pres. Trumanon Priscula Hodges and Mrs. ,- '
have la the commissionaetop.
no place State: law against It!
yesterday criticized Americanoccupation .
:
t
best Urn to press
various shifts to importanti t:Josie Prevail of Chuluota and I Ij : ,' ""
: haul to thrm but : abroad. I j policies to Japan i : "
i i diplomatic assignments <
and we.are There wtre several speculative'i One Killed Eight Hurt ).(rs. P. S. Holmes. Reklaw. Tex; Pravda said Americans permitted 'V'i' '

ad aarUn to pita remora as to the purpose of the HONOLULU IAPJ General Marshall i one son. William M. Jacobs Chuluota '1 favored contractors: to earn }-{"; "
mess today.. .meeting-but this one. plain fact ,I said yesterday be ..oulc11eave In Three Mine AccidentstTOTOTtJ.lt ; 11 grandchildren and one ,excessive profits. ',I .J'f1r - f ,
3U a rom to itt a little cooler: ae-I was apparent; not more than two, for Washington at S pm: (1:30 sliier. Mrs. Oabe Long. Chuluota. Xzvestia complained that U. S ; .,,
o to the may them chickens three persons outside the cora- 'ajn. Sunday Orlando time). flying I ,, Ky. Apj Ted I Funeral arrangements under occupation authorities backed by I '"
here! has been staytn close &110Q itself actually know the I I via Los Angeles to bis special C-54 i Belcher 45. was killed and eight the direction *f Ertctson funeral" the British support a continuing : ,

o carer but it amt a vein t>) git lor Continued on Page 1-CoL II :a i plane. I men injured, two seriously. In accidents t Home, win be announced law rule"contrary by Japanese to the spirit reactionaries of Poudam. :
too ebiny.
,
at three Eastern Kentuckycoal "
Death Asked for Terrorists mines yesterday. 1 Mote Held in Wife's Death .

t.r.a. -VOOAVt T r..VISXM s"t' 1$1 as I Deaths Mount ,i!I STUTTGART API ProsecutorDon A slat fan occurred at the i WILDWOOD. N. J. IAPI Mrs. ]'Altar'[ Boy Plot Foiled ji l
> .et ,,__. ,lAw 1.1 CPt __ I BERLIN tCPI The American- S. Parrens asked U. S. military Praise operation of the Marino Eleanor Abu Canon. 2*. attractive : '
., cur.-..-, ,- 3( 5$3 .a aN licensed newspaper Tagesspiesel government court yesterdayto Coal Co, tilting Belcher and expiation mother of four children was SIE A. Italy (CPI Sergio Cap- JfE'
Le
..- 5.4.5 rail t>d..t*J 4heat rtr.k u.u reported yesterday that hundreds assess the death penalty against were reported in the PikeZZkhom strangled yesterday to an auto ponneia. It. an altar boy who
aM. ..!. cm Ln u It _.T of coffins are being stacked laBerlin's an but oae of 11 alleged Nast terrorists Coat Co mine at Tram on lonely King Kumay Trail nearhere bad hidden two pounds of explosives
.. .
flY'ii'
X.IIM Ktiv C IV LS. beneath the altar or
main
crematory because people accused of bombing Oer- and her estranged husband
LOCAL Ti..*..rv.fS and at the WUhams-Belcher mine
ta .rae u v, w 1\'M&Joer awae a!are dying faster than they can be i!r man tienaxif teatioa courts to Stuttgart three miles non of here. Ernest.: :I. a Navy veteran was the Church of San Maruao. to _

"'. IC- A.von.ra.nr..t..a h car i cremated. ____ I and nearby &o1rna.THE ; :held for questioning police re- an which alleged be served"neo-Pascist was arrested organizer"by as ;
... ported after be drove with the
t 1 1-- _---__ I.I..ti.. _--.._- etT p :'Tonight's j body to an undertaking esubftshment. peace yesterday after a chase' .
__ ...._ ...,. ___ .J. GALLUP POLL Moviesr ; width ended at the top of the
.... ___. M"" ..... ...,-- It i .ucwur r a H. T 8*,- 14S, knocked on the door aDd church ben tower. ..
0_ _"., ... ., 1n .4s.., T." t uaoxv. said TV* got a Job for joo." i
" : : ;: su vua-wao 'ne oar Ta"- 1+a.asL *HBiMOMHiMI SN OMpnN li M* S 1 1l
, a.s.* t. -- : American Public Shows Little ear i '
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-. ------ u.at. N'J sear.N n .. .t Hs.t D.rraMrsCatsa Astors Arrive in Miami J BELGIAN i..
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1t.a Tt ; N.--..= u --w. t4. r55 --- ... MIAMI tAPI Lt. CoL Jots Jacob ,.

1i a'a ,_ '-4 J M.... _- _--.-.._. qttwusyv.as : Sympathy for Closed Shop PlanI 44 OXAV1C* ... TI-no.. .M car.ca castas... Aster publisher the laoaanTunes AZALEAS <-.
4.*. Trey ,35. a wsm. .... arrived here by Pan .
***. .P O1_*. rose: America Clipper with Lady Astarbut .
s.atwaeta GEORGE caw AIT OL. -D- s..ar M -.- SOI ,
... frees Jsinatra.
wuauienxe oar w..un xngbt fnagtton.
....on.ats. l. e.a H s-.r. -.Ps.soh .owas. -!1 -r *3r! A .
...... tw 1' N. t.. f PRINCETON. N. J.-Union leaders trying toard .M.n UAITOV A.* CMM* hi Ttw TllMll>- 1." >.>u.... TJ ass*. Union Firm in Demands 223 S. Orange Avenue .t

45 n )0 I. ta.r.tls 3wasr 45 M 31.Nut. as i off labor control legislation in the new Congress face one ..111> DETROIT APJcO Untied

". Clip: W N .)0. 3.w.Una aa, q Maa serious handicap so far as public opinion is concerned. colsr.YOOcYa-- ...--.:.a pow"to m.aK tha34 a.. S4.- Auto Workers bare DO intention 8 Dora Ir.- 5s...asiwlThousands .
n
., sUM M u Vita it pt .. e.N.Yr. Many of the most fundamental policies and beliefs of crn3 Darin e.oal'T4-s,.. t as Wws c.. psw.is .-.tte.w or giving around oa tsvnr IM7wmce

_-.rater.. ,31. 1.3.1-1 w.a.s.' .... NN.. ess : organized labor have never ben generally accepted by rsram,- .+..r"s.v owrDaaA TaBer increase P, Beotber teasmad: said yeOertfar President of these exceptionally r'

tb WMM& eT 41 ra e .1"t... Y(5te_ e.Is 53tabus )6c.1I the public. The rJoced abcp U one< --_. "'Dee' ew.o ... - - fine plant were :
......-
U h sr.rwr of the most notable example. --. old I
tit tcssag closed or the salon shop n.-n c-- last week. Boy your \
sr U patr-53s u uData. Senator BalTa b:11o rwtrtct tb -- ....- 1947
1M11
i !
N.. 3s 1"-- M MU..M Tbe majority exprena tbesoehre -j ..a.a -. due ng this sale while yea
: Ie.tt5.r e closed shop baa met wan furious wr
N 3atw.e. to favor of Ute I s.caoe -- Jua 1. W !a. "'.
..., aboo.
.. open
... .1 ft 7 )0 :ru +I tlntnn opptmtoa, aDd d1mnIh I C.m. -. :.. ..:.a3eouwT I I" can get these J"X'PGUS --
w.. se)0 2'ff.I x.a.--Law N M MO.S5w4 :>.rpsis saffi&g has been predicted. for isto j Labor fafmre to eoast public Dunn; -.- "-.- -scar. tT.-cor; x. J:. TOoxntov ictyruij: TCUJI Rrro*rnu Tnr

.f.. he........ 31J.d..eM. CoRgrea Yet UK laet is that backing tar co rundaaaeBtal a a.nsoaae..ra parwwmu '" plants at special pric'fs.Piaata HE I** takes over M attrnt Qntruur cr f Ooargte and tfes t;* w 4
e TI w ashy M W55n4 potty as the closed shop bAa bad .,..,. 222324251
M 3.P.ar ctiiy one voter to twelve throuxa- G.uu: >rT..y 19 20 21 drmsa4 that Ik:1Ua T.a.4 aurrsrdr 0. OQ.otnIOI a ruse. av1Ls
qs3 :3ef :
... ... saaaT repercosatocu. For one tasngIt ore.r _- !fez An*
a' .t 3 T. p .a out the country approesa the tau tAaeaIotaes.r4r._ LrsM ** urine IDUI6GO as be left to. cased after bc. nan .r as

-- .... M N M aM t."aia.q-Nttt.W N h Ntan. n' pnnctpi of the cteerd shop Only j TOOXHUKxCy at times ..s- rtLta& .M l.t. .e L..a........- 26 272S29-3031 Each Morale* Lleattnant Ooremer 'Ai7iw sitar was r ret..4 fcr Tbe t F8c
..ras. ..h..... a t w5aw.. 41 u ODe to lout favors eater Ute I ICe.Ust.e osi rag X. CoL 31 -.R- .Aa.-- Simi-Ot.g .*** SU new sepbat. +anes '.



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. 2 trltr g-mtbag &rnttnr1-&br Orlando, Florida, January 19, 1947 Million
$50
= GOP Demands Park Strikers Return

JArnall Quits I Poll Says question Institute: with the use of this Year Asked For
"i Mrs. Fairfield rs d .wti 3t+ I


) [Thompson Public Against Closed"Which shop Shop one do. of the you the Union prefer-the three Shop typesof Merger SavingContinued School Program I To London Jobs


: Services Today. the Open Shop" [ from Face 11 Continued from Page 1] I, LONDON IUP1 Operations
a jfTakes' Over'I Closed ShopContinued Each type of shop was explainedto 'I eatables" ended yesterday as
# where If they don'twe
Ii the people interviewed with the we can save. expenditure of no more than $150.- thousands of transport workers
;I [Continued from Page 1] Services for Mrs. Clara Hudson [ from Page 1] !use of a card as follows: will show them." 000 a year for them for the next and dockers returned to work after

:a bounced Amall'Sjpyer. Fairfield. 79, retired educator and : 1. The Closed Shop-requiring Army and Navy officers who dis- several years Is anticipated. an 11-day strike which gave the
of
appointment
caused the public to be unsympathetic -
wife of Dr. Otho P. Fairfield of I I Labor Government the labor
worst
every worker in a company to belong cussed the unification plan at the Whereas the State now contrib-
Newnan State
as
revenue Ramona Lane. Spring Lake Tr. towards strikes called to BEFORE he headache of Its 18-month career.
to a union can White House said there had beenno
mm1ssioner. and W. R. Neal Atant& utes to the county schools only
who died Friday at Orange Mem- enforce compulsory union mem- be hired. I|I An estimated 24.000 dockers.
as director of the state : .fir estimates on possible savings. for instruction and for i Stevedores
orial Hospital will be held at 4 : 2. The Union Shop-requiring r r transpor-I[ and bargemen, who
hway Dept. pm. Sunday from the Eiselstein- bership. worker in a company where Nor did President Truman's bud- tation of pupils to and ,!walked out In sympathy with the
: Dyer will challenge Talmadge- Wigginton Home for Funerals. The test of public sentiment on every get estimate take into account I'striking 14,000 transport workers
diaries there is a union to join that unionAFTER the committee's "foundation proI
ppointed Redwtne Fay- The Rev. Marshall C. Dendy. the closed shop was made by the such a result. ,when troops were called In to move
)jetteville. and Neal will take office I j he is hired. gram" lumps an "essential educational i i[! food supplies, returned to piers
of the First Presbyterian ,
:jn conflict with James L. G11l1s.operton. pastor Church will officiate. Interment I 3. The Open Shop-NOT requiring ... Mr. Truman wrote House and 'services'* together and cans I fringing the commercechokedThames
/ both confirmed Friday I The body will be forwarded to any worker to join a Senate leaders today that he and
j for them be resumed unloading
win be made later at Appleton.Wis. SHORTAGE OF $121.600 In acI will submit unification legislation to "supported by both
but letting each decide .
fey the Senate. The union one of more than 100 of
Gafor interment. vessels
many
Eastman. : it will be drafted State and school funds."
soon by
j, Thompson also announced a .Mrs. Fairfield. a native of Me.. !Page-Theus Funeral Home is in''I II whether or not to join. I I counts of office of House sergeant- representatives: of the White: The total county minimum cost of a them fined with food.

I:complete new. 12-man Ilich- rom Ind. and her husband an internationally I charge of local arrangements.MRS. The results: [: -at-arms is indicated in preliminary House and the War and Nary school program in each county',: their As the strikers reported back to
way Board which he said had known author and I Favor Closed Shop 8% M i audit reports says Speaker Departments. would be found by determining the jobs the troops, whose use
|already accepted appointment.He lecturer in art. celebrated their A.'S.BARKLEY Favor Union Shop _....18 I' amount required for: as "blacklegs" precipitated sympathy -
said Phillip Landrum. 60th wedding anniversary last Favor Open Shop "._n_ 66 I Joseph W. Martin Jr.. IR-Mass.l. Elsewhere on the Capital scene: 1. Teachers' salaries the ; walkouts by some 54,000
Christmas Eve. WINTER PARK-Mrs. Anna R. No Opinion . _._. ... 8 Kenneth Romney, above.Montana |., Officials expect the President, basis on workers were withdrawn from
Gainesville, would be his executive 00 of $2,500 a year for college London
to permit inventory control to markets and returned to
69 New York Ave. died
in this
Barkley. Democrat was replaced
ecretary Talmadge appointed Among union members polledin lapse March 31, thus surrenderingthe graduates compared with the cur- : their "operations eatables" head
Benton Odum Newton to thetame ObituariesMR. Saturday of a heart attack. She 1 the survey the majority preferred office by William Russell when government's chief weapon rent foundation program salary quarters.

position. JAMES SCHALLER was from Oxford. O. and this washer I the closed or union shopto Republicans took over. Shortage is against hoarding of scarce goods of $1640 which now is a factor However. Smithfield Market
} Amall disclosed he had turned' LEESBURO James B. Schal- first Winter here. I'I the open shop. However the reported due to checks cashed by and materials.Two only in determining State allotments !I London's largest meat distribution -

Aver to Thompson approximately' ler. 42, a civil engineer died Friday She is survived by a son. Dr. preference is not marked being an ex-Congressman and a former I top-flight Democr to the poorer half of the center was meatless and
$100,000 in executive department' following a heart attack.A !Robert Barkley who was in chargeof hi the ratio of 5-to-4. I I employe of the office. I II who did not want their names counties. I virtually deserted yesterday.i .
in his 2.
funds, previously care. I II Transportation, using $1.100
native of Buffalo Mr. Schal- The preference among various used-pointed to the record for i i Meat supplies In retail markets
Thompson said he would dispose the Army medical operations I I a unit instead of the present $995. '
ler to Leesburg to reside four occupational groups and union j tlll
came union should the workers who the first two weeks and concluded were critically short dtsplteFriday'
3f the money "in due course inonformity masterof : ETO and nephew Gen. Paul members shown below I I 3. Other current expense, using ,
years ago. He was a past in a are : are not members be free to stay yesterday that cooperation about distribution of supplies by
; with the Constitution $tOO for each unit in a
md the courts." Maherst Lodge No. 981 F. andA. ,Hawley, Paris. I No. out of the union if they are getting between Mr. Truman and county. troops.
M. at WiUiamsvule.N. Y. The is to Closed Union Open Opin. Is far they
i body being shipped union rates of Congress a fact so ;
: psy7"The
4.
;{ As acting Governor Thompson Capital outlay. at the rate
Surviving are his widow. Mrs. .College Corner. O.. by H. Marvin Prof. & even made some cracks about Canol Property 'Loss'
'vould serve until the next general of $400 per unit The number of
Elinor Schaller; two daughters. : Pittman for services and inter Bus. moo' 7<% 14% 73" 6% I vote: 'rubber stamp" Republicans-
Section in November. 1948.declared Taltnadge's Nancy and Judy both of Leesburg; ment. Farmers 3 11 78 S Workers Should Be Free to but not serious .. I units will be determined by average Called ExaggerationI

c spokesmen have !his mother Mrs. Sarah Jane White Stay Out .... ........ ..____.. 45 daily attendance. I
full four- And batch of labor bills Alta. {API W. A.
EDMONTON
intends to the a new
e serve -
> Schaller: a sister. Mrs. A. H. Ban- FUNERAL SERVICES: Should NOT be Free ...... 34
Collar 6 17 69 8 I
term of his father. .m are ready to be tossed into Congressional i|Fallow Alberta Minister of Public
ear Eire
Rations Bread
zee. both of Howey-in-the-HiUs. : For Mr. James Edward O Steen. Manual No Opinion .mn.... 21 this week as
to the
< Both men are pledged hoppers I Works yesterday described as a
of and one brother. Lewis W. Schal- 86. of Ocoee. will be held at 3 pm. Work The British question with results the Senate Labor Committee DUBLIN TAP Bread rationing
"whlte; supremacy" program ler. Yalaha.' Sunday at the graveside in Ocoee began yesterday In Eire.The week- "gross exaggeration" a story published -
the late Eugene Talmadge,which en n 11 23 56 10rXlos : ; opens a man -5ided hearing expected In the Vancouver
Funeral services win be conducted Cemetery. The Rev. Thomas Ad- ly quota Is six pounds of bread or province
five weeks.
!(wa adopted as the platform of "Several organizations have to continue for least $100 million worth
at
; Monday at 2:30 pm. In Page- ams of the Orlo Vista Methodist MEM. of Labor Schwellenbach four and one-half pounds of flour. : saying
the convention Georgia Democratic last October.ranJ'rT Theus Funeral Home. The Rer. t Church will officiate. BERS 19 33 41 7 said they will apply the "closed will Secretary be the first witness. This compares with four poundsiIS 1 i I 1 of Canol Oil project property was
| William Hargis. rector of St. shop. which means that all r I ounces per person per week in disappeared.
i said he would not James Episcopal Church will offi- CARD OF THANKS In both Britain and Canada the workmen must belong to one Britain and Northern Ireland.j
Mr Manuel Sloan and FairJly ef M teotto -
Hesitate to call for Federal intervention issue of union mem- Do dis- popular to the non-union where bread in I I TRUCK OVERTURNSi
ciate. Interment will be in Lone wish to express their sincere appreciation I compulsory nnion. yon approve or more rationing began ]I
If it became necessary, but Oak Cemetery.MR. *to for their their many friend expressions and busmen of &11'associate '_: bership has also been put to the approve?" public is not a new one. July. I|i i large trailer truck overturned
he. emphasized "I do not thinkChat ..I public in recent veeks. A number of surveys have been the Orlando-Kissimee
patty at the Urn of their recent brie. I on highway
< will be necessary." W C. STUCKY menu. In both countries the weight of Approve .. ..32 44% i iDlrapprove conducted on the issue beginning Volcano Erupts Again I i yesterday about 3:30 p. m., in
take _
II the I He oath said"as he lieutenant-Governor would again LEESBURO Funeral servicesfor CARD OF THANKSWe I opinion was found favoring the .No Opinion .._... 24 in 1937. All of them have found i MANILA I UP Clouds of heavy front of The Sho-Boat about three
'I
{{and as acting-Governor" when the'Senate Mr. W. C. Stuckey. residentof appreciation wish,to urine for all oar assistance sincere ,thankssnd and open shop principle.The opposition outside unions to the smoke rose high Into the sky and miles south of Orlando spilling
convenes at 11 am. tomorrow. Lady Lake who died Thursday. donations then .* at the time our boas Canadian question with results In the United States the prob- principle of compulsory union rumblings could be heard at Le- ..,about 220 boxes of orange and
will be held from the Lady Lake and foraitore were. and destroyed.Mr )I.... Elmer. Kerr and I : lem union leaders face in attempting membership before a man can secure gasp!. 30 miles away as Mount j i I.blocking the highway for approximatelY *
From this hour forward, he'continued Baptist Church Sunday at 1 pm. Mary Allen. "In a factory which has a to make the closed shop or keep a job. Mayon erupted again yesterday. three hours.

.he plans "to assert in every
Tway I know bow that I am acting
.. .. ...
ernor of Georgia. He said he -- --- -
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'would call on every elected and .._ : -
!appointed State official to recog rC Z-
I .F
bslzehis, claim to the Governorship 1 - i .
i and reject that of Talmadge. -
> Arnall. in announcing his ..' I
{iresignation in favor of Thompson '
"
appealed to the people Lof v j f... ( v 3V? jj1Jn ,

Georgia, to carry on the
I Said Arnall "Georgia win lose Its
food name. Its good reputation If
t we Idly alt by and allow a military

j coup d'etat thugs and ruffians to ,

take over the State Government.tc.is \ ,
'I your Government. It is J'OUt."The "' '.

fight. -- ... -
( Issue is now whether the .,...:: .
to assert them- '
people are going \
selves. I hope you will organize -
clubs and I hope tomorrow on the \ ( I
'Sabbath, you will pray- ri :
"The pretender ITalmadgel has : I
served notice on the people that .
:
regards the courts as being" .. '"

without Jurisdiction. Cwt _
} I I my friends. U anarchy.: ".. _'_ f1\1Iu. .. .
Attorney General Dan .15E:1: :: : 1)\\11\
won National reco<
i-ThaL of the Ku Klux .
.' .. -
the Columbians me. !I _=roo ; _. .

i .v should Ignore t }i h '1' ,

adverse decision I of"the -com/Is/ ; / !

there will, be bloodshed In Oeor; WITH MCGREGOR SPORTSWEAR

H i Public expression ,meanwhile.. f' / .

{took the form of antl-Talmsdge :, "i I "
{meetings and resolutions In various / of America's foremost
parts of the State. Yesterdaythe 'styled: by some sports professionals
{ Gainesville Bar Assn. charged
.Talmadge and his associates with
having seized the Government by 4j t
I Y* and with"openly defying the
< irts and the.orderly process of
j r.". .
Talmadge was unavailable bat t i.

> la executive secretary Benton \ i ... .
dun. said "n. comment" on 1 "

<' empson's statement.ked ._ -, --..- .
v 's
what would be done when w '" .

1 ompson demands the executive -. -; ;.: ..

0 flees, Odum replied: rTTL... _. .
"There's a rule that any citizen
wishing to see the Governor may 1pqv
leave his name with the receptionist :
and await his turn."
Thompson would have succeeded r

Eugene Talmadge automaUcal- '
ly had the late Governor-elect died
after Inauguration. But Talmadge -
succumbed Dec. 21. just 23 days
before he -would have taken the
oath throwing the State into political -
turmoil unparalleled since
carpetbagglng days of the Recon
'struction.
Talmadge lieutenants ranted behind -

'(kne'. only son. Herman,
and claimed him the Governor on
the basis of 673 write-in votes engineered -
on election day as "in

surance". in ease his father died. z
.They construed the Constitution x 4y,
as requiring election of a Governor , et
by the Legislature in event noperson
received' a clear majorityof

votes cast.and argued that the .
elder Talmadge ceased being a t
f "penon" at death. "
The LtibUture controlled tyTalmadre ""

favored this Interpretation -
and elected Henna U "

.. :. .
his fathers term y .>
Georgia's Constitution require; .
-
-:.. -
a-.Oovernor to serve until his sue- J
cecsor is "elected and qualified." _

swceetser and: Arnall existed contended. .no legal e I _:...

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Checks RheumaticPain I
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P-TA Elects I Orlando, Florida, January 19, 1947 rrlJt !'unbag g-rnttnrl-&tar Page 311
Rabbi SpeaksTo ;
Mr. and Mrs- Orlando

New OfficersAt First Federal Texans: Visit Lake Helen; Patillo-Nick ,


Methodists LongwoodSpedcl Kentuckians Stop in DeLandSpecial Nuptials HeldIn Meet theTRESCA's-


Specie! to The Sunday Sentmel-Stor] [ to The Sunday Sentm J-Storl Hikes Dividends [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star I,will remain in DeLand for two I

SANFORD Rabbi Morris A.Skop LONGWOOD The P-TA met I DELAND-Dr. and Mrs. R. D. more months. I DeLand
of the Orlando synagoguewas and elected Gist of Amarillo. Tex. are visiting :Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jernigan of i !
Tuesday as president.
the guest speaker at the I [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star I Dr. Gist's brother and sister-in- Orange City have as their guest I) [Special] to The Sunday Sentinel-StarJ
,
Methodist Men's Club monthly Mrs. B. R. Gray; vice president. SANFORD-The First Federal law. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gist,' at Mrs. L. Hawton of Osceola Ark. I TTTUSVILLE Miss Virginia
i Mrs. N. C. Loper; secretary. Mrs. their home in Lake Helen. Dr. and Visiting :Mr. and Mrs. N. N.1
dinner on Thursday. Nick daughter of Mrs. Anast Nick We'd to and the medium .f
Savings and Loan Assn. on Dec. like meet yon. through our plants
I Beckham; treasurer Mrs. Foura- Mrs. Gist; plan to stay for several Jacobs are Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Rabbi Skop in his talk developed three of New Smyrna Beach became the and shrubs-crowing things we've been selling to Florida folks
1946 paid dividends Qf weeks. Bradley of Kings Ferry, N. Y.
Several members will attend 131
the theme of brotherhood' ker. for 25 We're Bold of friends and neighbor
last En route Miami: :Mr. and Mrs. New ,guests at the Cassadaga bride of Robert C. PatUllo. only j years many year
for the
cent
through tolerance. Even though''' the county council meet of the association per per annum but now-with our nurseries at their best ,and largest-we're
L Moseley of Hawkinsville Ky, Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. E. S.
of Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Pattillo
outlooks differ there 1 half of last as against two son bringing invitation to get acquainted through the medianof
persons may Jan. 24 in Sanford. I year are spending a few days with Mrs. Seavey and Mrs. Mattie Perkinsof yon an
can be tolerance, he said. I!' Mrs. Rayburn Milwee and infant 'i and one half per cent for_the firstI I Moseley's sister and brotherinlaw. Portsmouth N. H, and Mr. and I of Shiloh Saturday noon. The your home newspapers.

He pointed out that the differ- Rayburn Thomas Milwee Jr. I half. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koon. :Mrs. J. J. McGraw of St. Clairs- ceremony was performed at De-
son.
ence between the Protestant.Cath-i Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Richardsof rtlle Ohio. !
:Mr. and Mrs. Barn-
Land.
olic and Jew should follow this' have arrived from Orlando Memorial j Mrs. Rosamond Chapman sec- t Akron. Ohio are making their Mrs. A. K. Schaal who. has been Douglas Introductory SpecialsNo
trend. For the benefit of his audience Hospital to be with Professor I retary-treasurer said yesterday home in Lake Helen where they visiting here will leave today for hart of Titusville were the only I

he exhibited symbols and I Milwee and Mrs. Hallie Partin La that the assets in the past year have purchased the former Ichols New York. i' attendants.
books of his faith |I Vume. home. After a visit with friends in Atlanta } The bride is wen known in New I better proof of TRESCA quality ran be offered than an
The program was arranged by Christ Church's Auxiliary met I had increased more than $200,000. Visiting Mr. and Mrs.B.M. Her- Mrs. John Nelson has re- actual test and for that purpose .we're selected a few numbers
B. B. Crumley and many local I with Mrs. Alice Wadsworth Thurs- The annual meeting of the association rin are Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sloane turned to her home In Orange Smyrna Beach and at present Is that should appeal to any: lover of beautiful plants. We have:
Jewish men were present for the day. Reports were. read by the was held last weeek and and their niece. Miss Betty Win- City. I employed in the office of the : priced these low because once yon have become acquainted you
meeting. | chairman.The Rev. Mark Carpenter 'Howard Faville local contractor coff of Statesville. N. C. Mrs. Edna Lloyd of Aguawam. Bond-Howell Lumber Co. The I wtil introduce us to others. Remember this is fresh strong
II I of Sanford gave an addresson : was elected president. Other newly i David Connett has returned to .Mass.. ]is spending the Winter sea- bridegroom a graduate of Titus I nursery stock from a Grower Who Has Grown for 25 lean

precepts for living a perfect elected officers serving with him Long Island after spending several son in the Strickland apartment vine High School in the class of j i

St. Monica\(1, life.Present were Mrs. George are E. C. Harper, first and San- weeks here. Mrs. Connett and son In Orange City.Linen 1938, served several years as a I

Bridge. Mrs. Charles Nickols Mrs. ford Doudney. second vice presidents pilot in the Army Air Corps during I CAMELLIAS

Chapter I Le Roy Hennessey, Mrs C. B. Mrs. Chapman re-elected to World War II. with the rank of ,
Searcy. Mrs. Marie Dige, Mrs. P. her office and Lea R. Lesher. assistant EpiscopaliansTo Shower first lieutenant. He is now con-
C. Slade and Mrs. Ruth Watson. secretary treasurer. nected with the New Smyrna News ,
Plans ClassSANFORD I Mrs. Hamilton McDougal has .The organization directors are in the capacity of advertising Henne [variegated enJU Uingtcnia [orange,
I
Given
gone to Wakefield. Mass. Faville. H. James Gut. Doudney. WelcomeNew FetingBrideElect manager. The young couple are on Prince Eugene Napoleon C red and white]

Members of St. Russell Irving Bump. has gone Harper. Lesher. George Touhy and I a trip to various points in Florida tdoable scarlet VJarrb \ Sarah Frost [r se red)
Monica Chapter of Holy Cross '' to West; Bridgewater Mass. and J, H. Van Roy Pastor and on their return to New Red [deep red) Chandler Elegans [red
T. ; [Pink
Church will meet, at the church will take a special: course at; Boston I t I Smyrna Beach win reside at an Variegated
I variegated] and white variegated]
on Monday night when Mrs.R. L. I, University. Mrs. I [Spec,:;! to Tl l! i e Jiday Sentinet-Sfarl (Soecc! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star apartment.
Cornell will Instruct them' In the J :Mrs. Ercell Grant has come by Gray : DELAND-DeLand will welcome DELAND-The home of Mrs. '

preoaration and care of the altar. plane to spend several weeks with the Rev. LeRoy D. Lawson. new Edward Valley was the scene fora Don't confuse the price tog with the quality!
Miss Barbara Ruprecht will behostess her father M. R. Blankenship. pastor of St. Barnabas Episcopal linen shower Miss Joan Radio Show
I,, Real Estate and other business Visits Boyles : honoring We're as proud of these fine plants as you will bel!
of this meeting and Mrs. i Church when he delivers his first Hindery whose marriage to Ray-
Mayme Hodgkin. chairman will ;: affairs are humming in this town. [SoecnL to The Sunday: Sentinel-Star] sermon here this morning. mond Kirkey of Brownville. N. Y. Honors
There have
preside. A full attendance is requested been 26 building permits SANFORD-Mrs. Dial Gray of I He came to DeLand from St. will be solemnized Jan. 22. Members ROSES
at this meeting. ,i' issued by the town clerk since Laurens S. C, visiting here with Petersburg where. he had been assistant of the Catholic Woman's Club ,
July.The pastor at St. Peters church were hostesses. ;Miss\ Conrad
I r her son-in-law and daughter. Sen.
i grocery and meat store has
Did John L Sullivan Refreshments of
Fight 1 their and succeeds: the Rev. Gladstone ice cream. Individually -field strength
been sold and Mrs. Lloyd F. Boyle at .J grown
by Jess Cottingham to ,
With Stomach Ulcer Pains? Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pfeiffer of Mellonville Ave. home. !Rogers who has accepted the pastorate cake and coffee were served to the I [Special to The Suidov Sentinel-Star, ] 75,. ened-TRESCA selected and packed. -
of the Holy Cross Church in following guests: I
Dayton. Ohio, who have also "I Joe McCaslin entered the Orange DELAND-Miss Charlotte Conrad I 10 for $6.
Th. ftmoal 1 .
hMTTOTlfht ehaaiDlan" wu I I ''Miami. Mrs. J. D. Cook Mrs. W. W. :, Try only
nosed at a voracious eater Could he hare bought the home recently built ) Memorial Hospital at Or of Glenwood was honored over ,
eaten.. and fought a* he did if ... avffered O. H. by 1! The Rev. Lawson who (is accompanied Jones. Mrs. Albert Hinder). Mrs. a nationwide CBS radio hookup Pink Radiance: Red Radiance:
afui Mtmc _IDa, Doa neatect atomaenor Snodgrass. Miss Margaret by his wife and infanti George L. Hindery. Mrs. Anna I'
Talisman Editor McFarland
J yesterday when as part of the : ; pink
a I
ulcer Cottingham
pttn aaa I will continue in the ,
hrarthurn. bornln* aeiuatloav Moat and ]I'I store. i son. Jerry is 31 years old and was Schaal. Mrs. Joe Tavares Mrs.Joe Garden Gate program she was Etoile de Holland red.
other "dltlD". caused ,"I' exreu add t I 1 j ordained to priesthood at; the Nordmann Mrs. John Kamier- invested with The Order Of The
drftntet.Get a ISe drat boa ef Udga. TaMeta _tram '.wr N. C. Loper of California has I has been told to Clarence Fernando. Trinity Cathedral. Newark. N. J. I czak Mrs. Carol Mruz. Mrs. Feed Green Thumb.
dow
tura J bas to ... and eel.IIAC'I DOUBLE YOUR or re- I I completed a house on the South I Bobb e Jo Hunt has sold land .I .Nordman Mrs. Lee Harris. Mrs. Miss Conrad Is former
UONCY BACK. -Ad*. Highway. Mrs. C. A. Wales' home to William McNew. [Anthony Dandry. Mrs. Frank I'I'I a em-
ploye of the DeLand Postoffice. AZALEASBushy
Art Class I iNorelga. Miss Myrtle Brady. Miss Her recognition by The Old Dirt
- (Emily Brady. Mrs Mary Lewis and Dauber who conducts the Garden

Plans Mrs. Ben J. Nordmann. Gate program came through a full flowered plants that make $150price.
Maps former neighbor, Mrs. Ann Van friends quickly. Don Judge them by the

JFURNITUREIYOU'LL I Stetson Plans 'Cleef who now lives in Orlandoand PITS. Clay [red!. Indica Alba
For Exhibit wrote of Miss Conrad's white; Geo. Franc salmon pink red:
achievements to the radio pro- throat; Formosa lavendarl.

[Special' to The Sunday Sentmel-Starl To Produce gram officials.
DELAND An exhibition of I FLOWERING SHRUBS SHRUBS-PLANTS

water color drawings done by the 'Ohio Night' Scheduled I AbeBa. t n. ea. .. ._ II.M 110..... if, ea. __ Ik
USE EVERY DAYI painting and drawing classes at : Coward FarceSpecial : ;! Sweet Sink, I ft. .*. _._,tl.Mn Oerr Laurel r seas
il Stetson University will be given in At Sanford Tourist! Club .weri g QqlKe, S ft, ... _.tl.TSGartetU. Hem *r T....* r.. __ _.I2.M
I the school library from Tuesday. I ( to The Sunday Sentinel-Star' I (ISpeaai to The Sunday\ Sent net,,Storl I X ru, ea. _. f I.MHjdraacea. Ufmtrra It-It tack ... Tic

I I Jan. 21, through Tuesday. Jan. 28. DELAND-Noel Coward's farce I SANFORD-The entertainment atmc pia.". ... S1.MGraad Need!.. IIII lack. eaII.M
listing justa few items know members of classes "Blithe Spirit- will be the next !
we The the two i at the Tourist Center by the Tour. Duke. Jaimiat. 11" ea. tlM PttMtporra I tack pUati lie
will receive daily wear . and the 'Jl i instructed by Miss Edith Harvey 1 production staged at the Stover !1st Society on Monday night will II Star Jasmls' ..... ... tlM ryraeaatha II nark $UI. ... f t.M
Little Theater of Stetson University -j
!and Mrs. Thelma Fiske. are Fran- .
be visitors from Crepe Mm (plan while, Pyramidal Arkrrtta
I presented by Ohioas
stand up under it! ces Horton. Doris Hussell. Tom it has been aunounced by Dr. "Ohio lanlHl.r" t It. ea. |1.5JanaMM H '.n. t*. .15."
0 ,. Reese Kate Barwick. Keller Davis. Irving C. Stover and Mrs. Virginia Night. Dir. E. M. Armi- Maftolia. 1S-ZI Popecar (Japa..*** Tew)
Mary Tillman. Jean Clark. De- Giffin. Dates for the play are Jan. I'I tage announced. tarbea ... _. .JIM I-r ea.Ylkwnm. .. ILM11J
,I Verne Bryan Everett Brooks. Dorothy I! 30. 31 and Feb. 1. Supplementing this fine program NKht 81__. JambM. If pUBta, ... *
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have been assessed here by aw paw' a day 0555 wabla 41 boas
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Fiber and steel card table $4.95 '; I Court after six defendants aN 11------..
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I I I who from a visit in Miami with __ r se .d I------l a KID 1, Box 4U-T -Jacksonville, FT*,
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i is on leave of absence. her daughter. Mrs. C. E. Wicks. _'- ...... Pearp ..aM pry /a.a
J! and family and her son. Capt. O.l _
Top sentences were drawn by -
!three Negroes who had been accused I,' H. Robertson and family.
I' Stephen C. Vaughn of Lewes.
II of first degree murder and i ii
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C LINOLEUM four Students Join and Mr. and Mrs. W. V.

Buckles.Mr. .
I I Stetson Press Club ., and Mrs. Ray L'Amoreauxhave

I (Special to The Sunday Sen Bel-Star] returned to Blacksburg. Va.
DELAND-Patricia Sachs.. Beverly after visiting Mr. and :Mrs. John

Felt base print linoleum in OJ SewelL Allyn Thompson and I 1g.. Davis.
I Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Shum-
' Dan Dannals have been initiated
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I assorted size rugs 6'x9', as members of the Press dub at way of WOliamsburg. Mass, are

'H2'x9', 9'xl2 'I Stetson University. The ceremony visiting Mr. and :Mrs. A. O. Seaton. . TILE WITH THE
i took place at the home of Mr. and I' Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Ewart have

I Mrs. Charles Moreland, in Glen-' returned to their home after visiting BEAUTYof ENAMEL
wood. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Tldd of
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$795 $1115 I Seminole School Heads ,, Pensacola.Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lamb ..and the DURABILITY

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Plan Meeting Tomorrow i i

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QC SANFORD-All principals of have moved to their home on !
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meet with the superintendentand

supervisor In the office of Town Club i

the supervisor at the Sanford I ll tom it o
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I) i afternoon Supt. T. W. Lawton reported 1.i ( ic TN Sjidoy 5eM.eISlIIrtDEL.IJ.o"DTwentyOYe :

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yesterday. I members
-_ .< ..1' -, <""'.""."..." I attended the monthly meeting of
,. 'it u !.O" ,, Women Stetson ,
.' -- it tl'' I University Thursday night In 4FHfr1
; the Presidents Room of the Stetson -
t! ( whatTo Do Commons.

Miss Betty Jo Langston entertained -
the group with a solo and
For That Sluggish three readings were given by Miss Ay./ by C.d..i N..aeA.ta /
Lilian Preston. This was followed ,CyC1..P /a.aa. i

hi by a contest In which the members _
I a Down-afid-Out '
made extemporaneous speeches on
humorous subjects.
,
-1 I will make new er remodeled botk- faults which te elite appear after the er-
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junrmtwr tt*time vim TOO e wM AtIt Topic of Stetson Forum and the flast
wattrpreof
I rL *. a __ kubbtad-orar. vnk tile, with lustrous enamel finHb and bender preef, completely ,

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ItS L; d--an ...-was De r.....std_amW_ .. S2....d,tae A..l appear at Stetson University ever old plaster walls, plaster beard er any the edges

a.-I ..,r.cb&e.ids blondaped ..-.. saw tomorrow at 4 pm. In the third ofa stBMth surface and it costs icwcfc less installed
1 ,
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from UIe arra.w your The speaker is prof rsaor of government
scow fan ar. a few base and trio and able. ta micro dost and grease qvickfy and
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& augurated and he died a month after as- THE PUBLIC THOUGHT ,
):t 'Wltt I &mWt1Y Pntw1'tar

." I suming his duties. He was William Henry.

ORLANDO. FUL' Harrison. //Q.JwAMEN Cow So-Called' Food Price Drops

Published weekly. New Year Day. Fourth of Jab Labor :
of State
"t Day. Thanksgiving< Day and Christmas by Sentinel-Star Co. However, the post of Secretary

,, ,; Orlando Orlando Daily Fits.ga Newspapers. Ine] at 238 South Orange Av*. many times has been filled by men of By JOHN BRANSCOMB Called Mere Wishful Thinking

Entered as second-class matter at the Post Office at Marshall's and older. There were Dan- A cartoon struck my fancy the other day. It has traveled are to drop destruction on helpless I
Orlando. Florida under the Act ol March: Id. 1878. age
covered drawn by horses moving and children?
, depicted a wagon men women Editor the Sunday Sentinel-Star:
TELEPHONE Departments 4161 t iel Webster, Frank Kellogg, Henry Stimson II across the country, while above there thunderedan Someone said long ago that ends Justify the I I cant help being amused at 'lI 1b

Subscription Pnco Sunday Only $5JO Per Yr. and John Sherman. airplane, making 400 miles an hour. The title means, but the Amen Corner declared that the .some of the articles that have appeared 'VTJ'a ""eM

KUinH _-. Pususan HIMIT Boca,EMVOUM DIUCTOIJosm If Pres. Truman is nominated again by I of the picture was "How Far Is An Hour" To the means determine the ends. The ends will be the lately in regard to a so- P ,1\/5 ?

CAWTHOM. Cwt Maa Gio. Nmutr. A,*. MACAW : travelers in the covered wagon an hour is about end of man if he doesn't; make them commensurate I called drop In food prices and r'' /C' .
Louis M.. aua. MAMACIM Ea. MAMCB LAWMNCC. CiAssinsa D*. the Democrats. he will be 68 when he as- 12 miles. To the pilot of the fleet-winged planean with the win and way of Him who hath planned a how eagerly we grasp at any s

Noisier COMKWMI. StCMTAMM TllASV&D sumes office. We believe the Democratswill hour is 400 miles. It leaves us breathless whenwe predictable and benevolent earth. The means and ; news that might help to stretchour

ember .f Ta AwoelatM Press look for Vice Presidential tim pause to consider the rapidity with which we the ends will overtake us at last. They will get us thin dollar a little further to Iles

The Associated Press is .,exclusively II younger travel in these modem days, and when we compare going and coming. I'cover the table. AU we need to

titled to the oe for re-pubUcaUon of not all ber than Gen. Marshall. transportation and communication of today with There was a man walking through a field when : do to prove the point is check
dispatches accredited to it or
yews otherwise accredited in this paper and e yesterdaY. the difference seems incredible.Do he was spotted by a ferocious buH. As he quickly the staples in the corner grocery.
also the local news published herein. you recall the name of a former Governor of surveyed the plight in which he found himself, he I Has there been a cut in the cost,

dispatches All rights for herein rw-publication arc also reserved.of special MERRYGOROUNDAtomic Florida who was destined to become the Presidentof spied a clump of trees about quarter of a mile of bread. flour. potatoes canned

the United States? "Old Hickory" .Jackson left away. He sped toward the trees with the speed of goods soaps (if aryl, etc. etc. production brings down prices in

PAGE 4 .JANUARY 19.1947 the "Hennitage." his house in Nashville. Term, and a deer. Arriving there he discovered that the bull ,, Of course there hasn't; in fact,. that one commodity but does not

TODAY'S THOUGHTSMan Bomb Talk traveled to Washington by stage coach. The trip was bearing down on him. in great fright he ',acme.of these items are still go- affect the overall picture: therefore

Is of few day required several days. If Andrew were making realized that the lowest limb was 30 feet in the air, ins up. These false drops in we are doing a bit of wish-
that Is born of woman ,
a prices in the Northern markets ful
t> DREW PEARSON I that journey today he would board a plane at the but he left the ground leaping toward it. When thinking. The only way prices
and full of trouble. Job 11:1. WASHINGTON-When .John White of Dallas. : Nashville airport and be in Washington in a couple asked if he made it. he replied "Well. I missed it I are the result of a glutted market will return to the good old days
whether it be butter poultry or is for wages to lead the way.J. .
Commanderof of hours. but I got it coming down"So
Texas, sprightly 70-year-old National going up I the citrus .e have to sell. Over- .J. B.
The lot of man-to suffer and to die.-Pope. Spanish-American Veterans, called at the White When the old soldier fought and won the it is with this business of means and ends. -- -

House the other day. Pres. Truman'fully expecteda Battle of New Orleans it was an unnecessary No matter"bow much we Improve the means of I'

The Straight Path to Peace I plea for increased Spanish War pensions. battle, as the war was already over, but becauseof living, unless we Improve the ends for which we CRACKER POLITICS

However, his Texas visitor'refrained from any slow communication, the Information had not live, we are sunk.

BURNED IN the 1920s because lobby activity for the bill which would give the 1898 reached Gen. Jackson Today If Old Hickorywere Try foul means to obtain a fortune in order that I
State Patrol
BADLY disarmament all by our- war survivors the same pensions waging the Battle of New Orleans some _you may have money for worthy ends. and you will : 'Bureaucracy1Assailed '

service from other na- that vets of World War I and II ingenuous radio commentator would pull up behind discover that the ends have escaped you and the
selves accepting lip
receive. Instead, after the usual him on his horse and broadcast the fray money will turn to ashes in your hands. Modern by lax Sheriff
avoids !
of the world the U. S. carefully
.tions greetings. Mr. White proceeded to shot by shot to the rest of the world. preachers travel by planes and fast automobiles,

making the same mistake again. ,, t* talk about the atomic bomb. }t It makes a fascinating study to trace the development using improved means to do their work, but I tr ALLEN MORRIS been the shield of highway patrolmen -

No one enjoys paying the heavy taxes Truman's eyebrows shot up of modes of communication and trans- challenge any of us modern prophets to claim that TALLAHASSEE Sheriff Rex in the. performance, of

which budgetary requirements for main- several notches at this: for the portation. Primitive men used smoke for signals the ends for which we travel are comparable to the Sweat of Jacksonville, writing as non-highway ). ..

taining a stout defense force have a large atomic bomb is the most ticklish and likewise the tom-toms sounded the war calls ends for which Paul traveled, though he propelled editor of The Florida Sheriff, currently I * *

, share in causing. But there is little sentiment military-diplomatic subject you and gave warning of approaching dangers. Then himself by foot across the country or rode on the I blasts the State Highway TO EVIDENCE HIS BELIEFthe

in this nation to trim necessary de- r can mention around the White came the day of the runner, and after the passing back of a simple beast of burden. Patrol as "bureaucracy" in all its patrol obviously had done

wherewe House. ,However, the President of the years telegraphy and telephony were developed I!I brlght-tintec1clory. : more than chauffeur politicians
fense expenditures until we know I Forecasting an appeal to the
if have been served. Gov.
listened carefully to the Texan'splea We have improved the means of communication 1947 Legislature for enlargement any
I
Caldwell to of
stand. that the United States "con- of but have we improved the things we have to of the patrol and its powers. "by pointed a summary
the patrol's activities for 1948.
of satisfaction M'IS
And it is with a great deal I Do
so
tinue to control the bomb "It'smy communicate. We have improved the means of the high pressure group which This summary showed patrolmen
that we watch the U. S. representatives fervent hope that the atomic OAJ : JI1 "', '& transportation but what about the ends? seeks a State constabulary :

to the United Nations successfully Truman bomb will never again be used." A lot of soothsayers, palmists, and astrologists L Sweat describesthe Recovered or participated in

fend,off pressure from Russia and others replied the President. "And the way to prevent it claim they can predict and foretell your future. :. patrol as "the the recovery of 1,421 stolen cars

fortiisarmament: now. Our representatives from Mine used la to maintain peace on earth. oLJce"I Wen. I haven't found anybody in the Amen Corner service uniformed of taxi the Apprehended 205 escaped prison

" are determined that the atomic energy: i That is my one ambition. Mr. White-to bring who la so gIfted. But I dare to cay: to ;you that U privileged few." ers and 360 "wanted" persons.
( Found 274 missing Gave
persons.
I know what means of living you are using now I
be solved before about universal peace. Sweat continuing -
control problem we strip first aid to 973 persons. (In 11
toward that end now and I can pretty well predict what kind cf
"We are working person you his remarks -
ourselves of other defense measures.. months]: Investigated 3.899 ac-
think we will succeed." Mr. Truman concluded."I win.be ten years from now. Sounds sort of silly, under the cidents. Issued 5.121 warnings
hardand
If Our nation has learned many. a am looking forward to the day when It will be doesn't it. But think it over. I title "Bureau- Arrested 9358 persons Gave

bitter lesson in international diplomacy universal practice for differences between nations If you are a cheat now, using unfair means to cracy versus De- 142.197 driver license examinations -

since the starry-eyed idealism of the Kellogg to be decided by courts, not shooting or bombing." push through your plans taking advantage, cutting mocracy" in the 0 0 '

Pact, We are dealing in a practical corners put It down, that's the kind of per- official journalof The patrol J Is asking an increase

way with realistic nations and.we believe Small Business Champions: Sen. Kenneth son ;you will be a decade from now. Do yon; like Sheriffs the Florida Assn.I in patrolmen from 163 to 250.

the path toward peace will be truer and Wherry, the Nebraska undertaker, who proposed to associate with cheats deadbeats unsports- Caldwell says boosters for j Swot's indictment of the patrol -
clothesat and today all radio-conscious using manlike folk Of not. Do to be has "anU"" tail serv
and because of that Republican Senators wear "mourning" we are : course yon want a highway patrol originally t
ba-oadcr .
more permanent
.. the opening session has introduced a resolution j i facilities that make it possible for communicationwith living with that kind of person 11 years hence? claimed gold-braiders would be: ice" raises the quctUoa of (1 J

I creating a new and special Small Business Com- the other side of the world to be instant. It's Certainly not. Then look out. Watch ;your few and that they would work the 0 whether State officials:ever are
entitled' to transportation..bortflit.
mittee. Motive behind this was to make himself amazing! Amenl! means by which yon are living now for the highways % as would the ordi-i t tend if the answer-to that

ii Still chairman. If logical procedure had been followed means will determine the ends.A nary patrolmen. Is "7es." then 12) where the
which has been In the beginning walked. Then he discovered little beautiful t "They have been on the Job
the SmaU Business Committee man boy was chasing a butterfly I line may be drawn in a practicalway.
all right acidly observes the
, COURAGE AND A big smile in the face functioning efficiently since 1940 would have been the beast of burden and finally the wheel. What a graceful creature. How lovely its coloring .
Jason around the
"particularly
V/ of adversities win applause from those continued. However this would have made Sen. and then speed got started. The stage coach and how exquisite the spots on its wings. The little time of the sessions of the Legislature Cabinet members chief users of

r Watching.Ioe I George Wilson of Iowa its chairman; and Wherry ox-cart: the buggy and bicycle, the automobile, fellow desired it with all of his'heart.. He chasedit i acting u chauffeurs the patrol have argued whatever

:!- Tinker, the old baseball star, always sorely coveted the chairmanship. He needs it as a train and airplane and what next? Since the atomic for an hour and at last he reached out and I for the members of the Legislature time they are saved-and Tallahassee .

'! had a large supply of what the sports springboard to run for VIce-President. bomb we won't; be surprised if someone invents a clutched it in his hands and held it ever so tightly. In general and leaders of I Is awkwardly situated for
has he machine that will take us to the moon between Then he hurried home to show his mother the'I the Senate and House In pu- reaching much of the State by rail
t 4 items call "heart, but never An this was not directly: alluded to when the breakfast and lunchA beautiful creature he had captured holding it fast titular and air-in travel redounds to
demonstrated it more. completely. than in.hts subject of special committees was debated on the : "State cars have been at the the public good for It is profitably -
long time ago a man who is worthy of a per- lest it get away. When he arrived home he exclaimed ,
to the where floor the other day. But Maryland'sDemoeraUe command of the law makers. Pa- employed on State affairs.
most recent trip hospital, Senate
manent teat In the Amen Corner of the World to his mother, "See what a beautiful butterfly Whether lesser officials
Millard Tidings smoothly InJected trolmen have served as drivers for m&J'da1Jn
he lost one of the legs which carried him to burr Sen.under Wherry which made' him spoke of his day as being characterized by "improved I have." But alas! Upon opening his handsto new members, captains aqd lieutenants this is an open question.For .
diamond fame.. m means but unimproved ends." We have made a demonstrate his wonderful catch there was only; 4 for the Senate and House butane, the patrol lately baa

|a Joe entered the hospital smiling, lefts jump. lot of progress since his day in the fields of education the crushed and ugly body of the pitiful little in I leaders, while sergeants have been used to transport person

hi leg in the operating room and now, a Interrupting Sen. Jim Murray.for six years able science machine, and many other branches of sect. served as drivers for the chairmen i iI t connected with the cltixens' tax

f wTdays after the loss sits still smiling chairman of the former Small Business Committee. thought and life. We have improved the means of The means we use in laying hold of life the I of important committees.: : committee.

*' of the up'he loves so Tydings lauded Murray's work on behalf of small living, but what about the ends? methods we employ in obtaining our ends will I And .on certain occasions and Under J. J. Offllam. predecessorof
I .and talking game H N. KIrkman as director of
for certain people State cars Of
businessmen. Alan used to travel at 12 miles an hour ultimately determine those ends. In the good Bookor
: the patrol those engaged to pub
well unmarked and with
and now he can speed through the air with such out of will find words the patrol
It. these to be
backward. Tidings said. you true \ often served
Messages of good cheer have come It would be a step private licenses have been at the lic affairs were:
and buggy rapidity that he has reduced the world t. a "Whatsoever lean eoweth. that will he also reap!" what was l.noTn.u: the
"horse through
to the Individual
"We would be going back command of !;wttji cap-j
from all parts of the nation to the Tinker days. U U were not continued under his chairmanship neighborhood. lie is within 60 hours of tbe The law of the'harvest holds true In the spiritualas 1 tains Urntenants. of .the patrol* "relay" system. :Relsy'aworked

,;hospital roomf Joe is one of Orlando's most. and-" remotest spot on the planet. But what doth H well as the physical realm. Now come on and u chaUffeurand... of course, expense -, ar'patrol-'n & 7
valuable publicity assets. profit man to be able to use means to get there admit It. AIn't that so?-Say .'. . accounts have always been : faa roles
The man. who, hit the first home run in Up Jumped Wherry, demanding that Tydings a thousand times sooner If the ends for which he Amen. rendered for these trips no mat- has a single county to cover. H*
a World Series game continues to bat 400 yield. Tydings. enjoying the situation at first refused ter how long they lasted." Is supposed to spend his day patrolling -
then surrendered the floor. ; the State highway In
or better on our books. Good luck. Joe "The reason the Senator from Montana has ; WHEN THE ARTICLE WAS! that county. A passenger for

. and we'll see you at Tinker Field when the been such an able chairman of the committee Is WASHINGTON TREADMILL'Assessing shown to GOT. Mlllard P. Cald II "reI.,." would accompany that

Washington Senators arrive to hake the that he had members of the then minority party well who is chairman of the Cab patrolman from one tide of his
kinks out of their limbs next month. exclaimed. "They inet Board supervising the Highway county to the other, when tko
working hard with him. Wherry I the Damages Patrol he said: 1 I I next patrolman would repeat

have endeavored in every way to assist the chairman "Some time ago we took Step i the transfer.THUS .

The Consolidation Committee In his efforts"Wherry designed. to minimize abase the patrolman served flu
of course, completely overlooked the I By FRANK A. KENNEDY I I legislative Jurisdiction of the other ,i t been disproportionately high and since that time I have had dual purpose of covering his territory -

THE'PEOPLE OF Orange County voted fact that. Just one week before. he had flatly refused I WASHINGTON The Florida I members. have special stakes In the new no specific Instance of misuse and of facUU..un.he dispatch -

consolidation of overlap- I to let Murray hold the Important newspaper I I Congressmen now have gone The big bare spot on the Florida lel laUon. railed to my attention." of public business.Sheriffs
after time in committee Is lack I The Governor then added: Opposition of the
ping political offices when they okayed a monopoly hearings and that time II pattern a
Constitutional amendment the Nov. 5 : the past! be had opposed Murray. However, he I| through the political wringer and. of membership on the new committee The maritime problem overflow "The thin that worries me I A.*... to growth .. the patrol to
I
on ..

reaction competition
: i natural
emerging members of Patrol Is that but a
continued: 'i as minority on Public Works. Thisnew to the Interstate and Foreign! about the Highway
ballot. j j"I I wkkh ultimately may
their several committees they are group merged Rivers and Commerce whichRogers its men are called upon to recap- :
The amendment itself merely was an believe the chairman will tell the Senator 1 f j, Harbors Public Building. Public Committee on ture escaped prisoners, to safeguard drive the Sheriffs late limbo.

enabling act, authorizing the legislators of from Maryland that the work of the committee I[' more this week brutally assaying assessing the results the-or Highway. Floor Control and !hold. managed to retain his the accused against lynch"ing. : Unfortunately bas scffered, however generally,the from patrol -

the' county to present a bill to the '1947 hat been done by a nonpartisan P'O.p.Ve honor 1'I damages. j I other matter * I and. to to do recover other stolen things automobiles not strictly Increasingly poor yukll nia-
the chairman for that. From his influential : Peterson might have retained a .
chairman
Legislature. If the Legislature passes a i The Torch Bearer-Rrndrtcks.'a in the 11ne of authority and in the i, tien*.
consolidation plan, then the people of the "If the work has been done by a nonpartisan ship of the Public Lands Committee post on the Public Works group 4' ranking minority member of.i iI doing of which the Highway Pa ;!: Legislators. Cabinet member
Rep. Peterson and he sacrificed his higher rank the subcommittee : 1! and others In a position to know
group. retorted Tydingst "then I can conceive of I on Approprta- trolmen are not given the same
have
will to voice
county. an opportunity of Lakeland on the Public Lands Committeebut > attribute. tpatrols
for the Independent Office. and protection I i i the fact privately
better to continue the non-partisan effort loons police immunity 1
their approval or disapproval of the pro- no way I finds himself to- r it would have been a dog ;I holds the unique Florida post this which other police officers performing -I I slump In esteem to the>
than for the able Senator from Montana to conIttnue ]I ,
into tight. His choice
bogganed characteristically
posal in a special referendum. i term. j I the same duties enjoy.:i latUWd.OfDir.KlI'km&A.
so that the small businessmen of the republic before
During the few months remaining be- No. 2 minority was long-sighted. The White House still run the (Legally the patrolmen are restricted !! -
will receive a square deaL"ro spot,. albeit his be came back
\Government and the chief of to prevention and detection the war say
fore the legislative session there is a tremendous - show the Senate that I am nonpartisan I committee has a )Ir. Pete Looks Ahead-In the Federal outfit like the Veteran of highway offenses. Every from the Army a chanced man.

'amount of spade work to be donein should like to have the committee: continued." wider jurisdiction two weeks Congress has been in Administration the Federal Com- citizen however has the light to {He served In the Enfineertn

formulating a plan ourlawmakers will Wherry replied. "And I should like to have seven session the Democrat noticeably municatlon Commission the Federal bold felons and prevent crime:,; Corp, largely engaged la building -

be willing to submit to their fellow mem- Republican members on It. and five Democratic '! Because the have improved their morale. / Works Agency and many and this inherent authority bas bate here and in England: _
House Mines and Perhaps it's wishful thinking -
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Senators. I others are looking to Hendrtck ------
bers.A : Mining Committee but none of them now grant any I to carry the torch even though it
committee has been named to work PrIma Donna Bin Green: While Republicans was absorbedby odds to the Republican in 1948. burn with a dull minority glow. SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
with Sen. Walter Rose Cobb Jr. the Public Peterson The lift in and in
Rep. Tyn grabbed the headlines regarding new labor laws. party spirit political He may wield perhaps more to-
Rep. ,Alex Akerman Jr.. and Mr. Jimmy liberal Senate Democrats have been huddling be- Lands Group, its former chairman" pugnacity is quite M*""**"- :' fluence In this role than first im- Talk HailedAs
of New York inherited Nicodemus
Smoers Jesus
: Rep. In* i pensions might imply. Many times .
Horrell, who still contends that ben not Mr. hind the scenes to offset the drastic GOP pro ;
the No. 1 ranking minority The Democrat: expect a lot to ,
i : Hendrtck u chairman of the i i'I
Akerman is the elected Orange County posals. I post being Mr."Pete's senior Territories happen in the next It month and sub-committee, was highly critical
representative.The One of their private meetings held In the office and Insular affairs also they truly believe that most of It 'I of Federal pending, and joined i, One of History's Greatest

committee which will study ways of Montana's &.11..Jim Murray. featured some sharp were merged with the Public will be good for Democrat with Republican: In a bipartisan

and of the criticism of GOP Sen. Joe Ban of Minnesota. and Lands had Peterson shifted U the economy drive on New Deal or Scripture John 3tMl. 1-17(
means saving taxpayers' money See
of AFT. Pres. Bill Green's coy: refusal to sit down i Rep. of Crestview probably -,: Public Works Committee ho bureaucratic extravagance lf WIWAM L ClLlOY, D D.
was well chosen. On It are Gus Lawton, o has the most to crow about. probably would have sacrificed j I I
with CIO president. Phil Murray for a roundtabletalk Is the
." ] of Jesus with Nicodemus among
the Jeweler. Bob Pleus, the lawyer, Mrs.A. oa labor cost ors. The new Committee on Armed any future chance .. regaining i Hendrlck ha assumed this The interview
H. [Ruth] Smith Jr.. of the League of Force combined the Military and a chairmanship. strategic petition: H* favors greatest recorded conversations of *U time.
-When I faulted Bin Green U give ** his views Naval Committee Total membership * i i eontlaaed eeooomy ta Government The man who came by night secretly inquiring about
Women Voters Phil Peters the Winter
along with Phil Murray he told me he had other was wrung down from 50 to Wen Anchored, San Bike*-In : but he stands ready .. *. that he dimly perceived but did not understand,
Garden citrus man, and James A. Treat t'elaDtIt.u.Sea.. Murray angrily reported tohb 32 members-tbe second largest his own survey of the situation o polo any slash which k* consider things the Christian
the; former Winter Park Mayor. ee1nc.hnoaallJ'. I don't understand House committee In the wringer Sikes believe the Army and Navy ,i below the danger tine has been in the full glare of;publicity' throughout

All of these are long-time citizens who his attitude. If organised labor experts us .. process. Rep. Price of Jacksonville. base etui are fimr iMMnr In Florida He wire defend the bureau chief centuries and a scene enacted

have proven their interest in public affairs. t safeguard Its rights. H should at least present a a member of the Naval Committee are pretty well anchored. a* they come before the subcommittee in the quietude force and of the vtvUoea night dentiy mad a deep tad lasting
and Junior to Sike, found His ha dramatic Impression oa hUn tb fan effectof
send front.Bin I interest primarily tit cooHnd to oak for fund*-out only
They should be able to find8)5 and in .John' oarrauv a* the oaasion nattccd auitl
himself squeezed off the consolidated to his own bailiwick but be to the extent he believe their which was not
means to eliminate expensive political Green U making! it very tough on the group and transferred to ha pledged nU colleagues to request to. be Jus ned. of Jew distinctive teaching the crucifixion of Jeans had

duplications-to cut our tax bills. i friends of Labor In this Congress." the Montanan the Merchant Marine and Fisheries spread a wing when he can over No doubt when be does put up a concerning the new birth.sad Mpererptive. brought tea into tin fafleeaf of

The study of the problem will mean V, conU1ued.rbe ATT. has everything to lose by '' Committee: a useful post to Army and Navy IcstaUaUco fight within the Appropriation T* the.tkoMktlcM Mrodemue ka km tb* new btrtb.Tb of Jew to tb*

many hours of hard work and time away ; not Joining with the CIO to help bead off drasticmeasures 'Florida. i throughout the State. Committee, be can count oa the a. object of drperagement keke .narrative* uachtng empnacUe* Ch. stature
I such as the Ban bin. Pep. Hendrtek .' DcLand. Texas which ....\ unseat support of some of the RepobO-1 i
sUgkt
from personal business for all of these lie aus. esmma by and nalIof true ratB **-
j "Maybe be would hke to sec the Ban bin pass." high oa the ApprvoriaUeraCommittee CearmKmcB as readily as cans-cnrmber* who prrriootiy He ha been described em timid I a* agate the niutan of
pertene
busy We thank them for de
people. attempting Florida malted three sided with bin when they pruned
someone sarcastically su eted. and Kep. Rocer of and lacking to courage. Oa the doctrines and fora .*
formal
the task and we feel confident that the Tort Lauderdale retained tkeiraaUtvments seats en the Armed Force Committee down the New Deal bid for fond 'contrary be wa a man of deep The sans contract. was
'
end result will be a sound, workable answer B.&DWI Jokers: Sea Barley: KUgor cf West I ., bet Bogies held hb ; Lbtaaa ka t... If be plan his card shrewdlyand '- tcccrtty and ooarage.< .serraaee I eKphaUe4 !ta the ease of laS nca

to the problem.The I Virginia took the Ball measure apart piece by piece. only fcy the tail feather: be blow It Is a good Gulf representation DO doubt be can-Headrick* ( If jmcodenai bad not bees 1''youag ruler who had s nasa obl -
: bet it aa has its danger may wield Influence, behind the '
the Democratic rideof strobebe would DPft'f'ban
man oa lad
committee has a real challenge anda pointing out that It was "loaded with Jokers which when deeply I served th coraiadmcfit
the Interstate and Foreign4b.mevee competition for air base to scene of course out of all proportion to Jew at 4 And
great opportunity to strike a blow for \ dont appear on the surface, but which would be o-.ta.e. "sunny climate becomes too keen. to hi* JIta.&us a* the raak- if be come bed been ins atocer fc* i'Ooaal formal requirements yet who of C

good government. Nothing the people of ruinous to labor * mg minority member.Evangelists would have resented the mAd rebuke r for aalvauogt
One of these 'Jokers* KUtore contended is As a freshman, Rep' Souther Aid For Merchant Martee-Tbe on I
--- ------- of nu. Art drat. a masers
Orange County could: do in 1947 would
: the proposed' curb' on welfare funds sucn u that of Miami expected nothing much.that's transfer of Price to the Merchant To AppearAt of Israel' sad kaowest cot theM TW Christian esparir.t..1
measure up in importance to this effort. up tor! coal miners to vjsure better medical mad what he got-a poet on a Mann group parUccuarty t* opportune. tbtot*" the aw birth to aa toward mat-

llt"t facCltiea. new catch-aS tump known a* the The Maritime Coennvistoo *- Nazarene Church Hi* Uneerity fe empteaiced she, tar .the bean.Xleedaaam .

Marshall and PoliticsWASHINGTON If thai is apprevd ,y ('........* KOcore House Administration* e Committee' now .b eoDlronted. with the Tbe Rev and His D. O. Mack- In the fart that be wa* unready and the yM .

j said "it win .... mean the end of Ike checkoff" One Bare Spot Apc&xfei need almost taoable problem of restoring ey general eva&geUst and ouskocary *- to comma htSMelf sail be ate were coaev&ed auotlr abaci .
GOSSIP HAS it that the eotwte aDd tolrrooactal camDtft1Ia the be wa out ;utwflS Une* -- t*-
| system thereby emploMr* caller dor for tkat not be made for thai pattern of enke wtdeti before the traveler of tax CliurtS He stands avery and terms are o0shsasad -
a*
now is in line for the weak, but strut tg
.
.***. As aadersUad H. rUIT MB ....wt committee acricameots. Legislation war represented TO per cent of U. of the Naareae. wSl bold a special noble. trMfc-toviBc fiswv. rola J Thee I me? h*.*
Democratic nomination for Vice Presidenta prohibit the payment ., funds ky an employer .. corermc mice forestry. aviation S. tocaace on the h*h sea*. guest progrVai of music. *eraoa uve good and eaticratly i, reasftr t .

19iS and that Gen. Eisenhower has been an employe rrpraeaUUve. A soles hastees the Coast Brad raiL track. CoBprtttrr raft rate. eeeazreOMU < aDd cong at the Central j[=from toe prejaAce that made It a ..r ..,

sidelined. | agent b an employe rrprcseataUve. and the bill and water. frrtgbt rates. the Army of labor arising from beg tacreaae Chorea of the Kacaren today: at otber -rater to IsracT haters sod ,UM of heart W*

This we doubt. Of course Marshall's job deat aaaLe .. eireptfe* ., checkoff roads aDd Xirr fbterte and shInbePd- to semaaeo' and officer1 '-tt pa. : Mflroover the 0 trite reOtetea -
of State him in the limelight turned over U ...." in[. ---uaos. d&1m&, and .wages. and a wen of abet related ,, Tb easpl* baa trvOd. a* Has courage appear to farther ed at*.
as Secretary puts election contest aDd of entcrtataers sad eantelsts- 1 M rTb -C 'n viJ
I Ko >-.fVni. Murray. KCgore. Pepper of rtartd acorn perpiexttfc* teen to demand creacM ta lords OotprL new a*
but public reaction to his official acts aDd Thorna of Claa Agreed to introduce a bBl other wbjert taD within the Jurchftfea a fwdaaea overheat of Use thoazt ant the Untied. State aDd sad 1> It Be oared ** ** **.* .. .. I
could be antagonistic.Main : '1I \ of acre' or mare of tv Mercba&S Maria Acv- tart fer.lgn ooenureu dere&B T and f-t 'iwi' of Jean uav ai I .
-
political drawback for MarsbA11.boweu. Jointly with Sen. Wagner of New Ymk ,mbody.az .=a <- r.< *.- ...cfairer V u; FIn
..
Pres. TrcaiaB's request ft* curbs on Ji'ractt4L7nai a4..::.. a lit.,.: tcks has a den.baa Seraar, ttatraarau wbfcfc: they P7 dot' had rremoi>t 455 x..e sad DOU 'ooi dest 'r-. -.f* eyes J'
his In heW be 68.
is age. 1949 strike and ecacdanr boycott They. ..wQ. she pro"'vide to Use faafi far 33-odd FbrMal *ea*.rta. wkos* .teg tbeir pncraau; Tfc) puisL> b < to p.a.. c.4ae-jH 'aatiain w>

.-one jgrysldeol 'Uthat_old when in ta aspans+on at CM: U. a.C-.. .. ... Service. _a a: S. acme d.a w_I oartwbo ; ,trast; start ka .lbr.td, ___. -- .........,J I -T->rsa.4ew a att3rt had ed-' c f .3 .



SubdivisionAsks Federation I I r Miss Norton, I Orlando, Florida, January 19, 1947 erjt Souubtg irrntlnrl-fi'tar Page 5

I I .

President i Mr.. Chalker Night at the Opera' Show Woman's Club I. T. Irwins


Tighter Zoning Visits Cocoa I I Wed Dec. 21 Given by Baptist Students EntertainsAt Return From


If T; A. MICE Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl [Special to The Stnby.5entwl-Starl tSoeciol to The Sunday Sjntmel-Storl 'j-You Made Me Love You." followed :
[Our Own Staff Correspondent COCOA-Cocoa was the scene I COCOA-Friends of Mr. and I DELAND-That section of the 1 by Donnalee Steckel whose two Sanford Georgia Trip

DELAND Another zoning problem has been added to of club Mrs. T. F. Chalker. of South Stetson University undergraduate trombone solos "My .ft "1DELAND
of
a two-day gathering body which is housed at the municipal I One" and a novelty WOnderful" Special to The Sunday Sen'mel Starl Special to Itv Sunday N?
the worries of the DeLand, City Commission through the members of the Brevard County I Orange. N. J, but formerly of i airport last night initiated brought much applause S.UWORD-The Social Depart- -Mr. and Mrs. L Tucker -

filing of a request.from 20 residents of the University Ter- Federation of Women's Clubs last Rockledge. Fla.. have learned of I a cultural program of its own mand for encores from the au- ment of the Women's Club enter- Irwin have returned from Geor

race subdivision that that area be placed under an AA 1 week, the State president being I the marriage of :Mr. and Mrs. I: when its members attended a musical J dience. She was accompanied by tained Wednesday with a dessert
variety entitled "A Night at Carol White at the piano. gia.Mr.
residential_ zone statuswhicJ..t will carry stricter building the ; Chalker's son. Dumond Foster bridge With Mrs. Fred Williams have
I honored at a reception on the Opera" in the BOQ lounge A ventriloquist act was put on ; and Mrs. Eugene Jones
regulations.' 00 and the followingday's I Chalker. and Miss Jennie Lou i Mrs. J. J. Rocco Mrs. W. D. Brin- John-
opening night staged by the Baptist Student Un by Russell Dixon as Deacon-Pass- purchased the former B. M.
Acting Mayor Everett White job is complete except for the of Dr. Mrs.C. 'the-Plate. and Louie Wilkinson as 'son. Mrs. W. A. Vossler and Mrs.A. .
and
attention to the fact that meeting and luncheon being Norton. daughter ion.From son home on East Rich Ave.
calling erection of a 65,000-gallon storage an improvised stage deco- j Charlie Blockhead. Following this D. Johnson as hostesses.
the city at present has no AA climaxed by a musical program at t C. Norton of Pendleton. S. C. Spring flowers and flower en- Max Acree bas returned from
tank and the installation of a few rated with orchid and white crepe a skit called the Old Maid's Convention -
classification requested the dele minor fixtures. Thureby Memorial Hall. which took place in the First Bap- streamers and surrounded by POt- was enacted by Evone Ca- twined trellises at the entrance a hunting triP in Georgia.

to gation headed the by city's D. Kirk present Gunby.A The board also approved a. final Mrs. J.L. McCaffrey. State Fed- tist Church Pendleton. on Dec. 21. ted palms a well enacted selectionof pell. Dorothy Hill. Frances Horton gave the effect of a garden where I DeLand members of P-TA who

zone go regulation over and suggest rec- payment of $3477 to J. B. GreenCo. erated Club president was the The bride's gown was of satin songs readings and instrumental Shirley Hunter. Carol White and the guests and members were attended the County Council! in
for the $65.000 sewage disposal pieces were given with Byron Jewell Garrett. seated. High score for bridge wentto
ommendations for changes.At honor guest at the reception in with sweetheart neckline close Orange City Wednesday were Mrs.J. .
plant now in operation. Brasington acting as master of Following the program group Mrs. O. P. Herndon. checker
the same city commission Approved payment of $375 to the Community Woman's Club fitting bodice bouffant skirt with ceremonies. singing was led by Vicky Young i prize to Mrs. J. A. Young and : H. Richardson Mrs. Barrel
meeting City Mgr. Fred Gross the local Future Farmers Chapterfor with officers of the local club also long train and her fingertip veil A girls' trio composed of Sue and refreshments of punch and I II screen prizes to Mrs. B. Ellerbe Caldwell, Mrs. J:. J. Schmidt. Mrs.
reported to the members that setting out 75 oak trees as Part Program chairman. was'held in place with a coronetof Fouler Winifred Demorest and )cake were served to the 175 guests and Mrs. Jack Russell.
the Orlando Transit Co. has of the city's beautification pro- receiving. Betty Slater sang two selections. I I present.In Officers elected for 194'l were I IJrlrs. O. P. Dawson Mrs. George
computed arrangements' to take Mrs. D. C. Russ presented Miss pearls and satin. She wore as were Mrs. Chester Strawn.
gram. "Irish Lullaby" and "Can't Get charge of the program S D. Highleyman. chairman; :Thomas
over the franchise of a DeLand- Purchased a one and onehalfton Linda Franks. soprano. Mrs. Ada her only ornament a string of Out of This Mood. followed by a W. K. Bean campus director of Mrs. J. A. Courier vice chairman; Mrs. Neil Dougherty Mrs. Walter
Lake Helen-Cassadaga' bus route truck from Holler Motors. De- Don Dinning pearls: a gift of the bridegroom.She 1* i
Spiller. dramatists Mrs. reading "Pharoah's Daughter. religious activities and Louie Wilkinson Mrs. A. M. Philips secretary; Mrs. Lane and Mrs. Paul Smith Boston
which was relinquished earlierIn Land lowest of thee bidders at violinist and John Dixon was given in marriage by her given by Mrs. W. K. Bean. A bus with decorations provided H. W. Goodspeed, finance: Mrs. I
the week by Clarence Jenkins $1.762. which included allowancefor father. Her attendants Ave School: Mrs. Henry Boggs.
baritone in a varied program. Bet- seven wore I boys' quartet the by Madeline Barrow and Wally.O M. Harrison membership and
The commission authorized a an old truck.Approved ty Jean Collins accompanied Mrs. frocks of ice blue taffeta madeon rusos." composed of MaxaxoAnder-, Webb. The microphone and sound Mrs. W. A. Leavitt. program. : Mrs. J E. summerhill. Mrs D.
semi-final payment of $15476 to bills and payrolls of I Dinning and Barbara Byrd accompanied lines similar to that of the I son. Bill Fletcher Leland Ernest :were handled by Roland Garrard. I Attending were Mrs. C. J. Fisher I Ray Buntins. Mrs. H. M. DuffiU
7557. I bride. and Tom "Easter Par- and refreshments by and Mrs. Mary Leary. Wisconsin
Lamar Longshore Co. on its $90.-i the vocalists. Mrs. L. D. I Webb snag provided and guest. Miss Tony Pitchford;
000 watermaln extension contract Hill was in charge of the profuse A graduate of Furman University ade" and "That Night That Patty i I Robert Hensley. Cecil Bathe and Mrs. ,J. E. Baker. Mrs. R. M. I Ave.. school.
here leaving a balance ,of only t Indian Tenor in Concert ,floral decorations for the evening. , the bride has been employed I Murphy Died." Jane Wykoff sang (Evelyn Jackson.I i'i'I Burns. Mrs. Clyde Ramsey, Mrs.C. .

$11,400. It was reported that the I Special to The Sunday Sentu+et-Storl r'Hostesses were: Mrs. Byron Buckles I, by the Deering Milnkin Research E. Proctor. Mrs. Jack Russell guest Mrs. E P. Weldon Mrs. J.
Mrs. John D. Shepard. Mrs. Laboratory. Mrs. E. B. Clements. Mrs Nellie T Newby Mrs J A. Young M-a.
COCOA-chief Ho-To-Pi, Indian I Bert Thompson. Mrs.Wesley Dyal. The groom prior to his enter- Sanford Woman's Club Sets---I Epperson. Mrs. John Me I s e h. Highleyman. Mrs. Williams. Mrs.
Fight Rheumatic tenor, was presented In con- Mrs. W. B. Spell. Mrs. H. M. Dul- ing the service of the U. S. Army Mrs. W. P. Fields. Mrs. Roy Tills Leavitt. Mrs Brinson. Mrs. Voss-
cert by the Community Woman's I lard. Mrs. Fred Harris and Mrs. was a student at Clemson. He Benefit\ 1 Mrs. C. C. Earle. Mrs. William ler and Mrs. J: C. Bennett.

-Pains Easy Way Club In their club rooms Friday Harold Bache. I served overseas with the 125th En- Bridge Wednesday i Schnable. Mrs. W. B. Ellerbe Mrs 1 1E
I sessionwas gineering Combat Battalion for I E
The following all-day
evening.. Jan. 17. at 8 o'clock. Chief than two I [Speed to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] I I The new hospital lies only folding Philips Mrs. J. B. Root Mrs
TbouMndj .f nfimra from niurnlar presided over by Mrs. W. C. I, more years returning George McCalL I Open Monday Evenings
Ho-To-Pi was accompanied by SANFORD-The annual hospital I! chairs and among the needed i
KraIklCia
pains u4 aches dun to RheunwtUm. to Clemson in February of last
,LumbMO,Sciatica u4 Nenritu baN 1 Miss Nannette Gibbons local pian : Page of the Cocoa club. president | benefit dessert bridge which has 'items are linen towels, children Also Mrs Fletcher Bolls Mrs I
bees formula oeUfbwa, called$4.dueaver..... starts that the etrenlatlnc Doctor's ,, of the Brevard County Federation.and year engineering.to resume He his has work received in civil the always been a popular affair will ', beds, rubber runners for the halls H. W. Rucker, Mrs. J. W. Hall WARREN'SWinter
thnutb the blood almost tom tb*sees do**,uuaUr Iwlplof eater rfuxpolaoDou > one local speaker were introduced Purple Heart for Injuries received I I,
and concertizedin the Sanford Woman's Club on patients when they are permitted Courier Mrs. Herbert Moreland
waitc*and axeau aeldi that ftemctUM studied in Europe Park Phone 68
pain* and ..re_ and at tbs ..... that country and throughout I during the morning session. Mrs. during action. He is the grandson Wednesday. Jan. 22. Mrs. H. M. I Ito leave their beds for short per- Mrs. L. E. Spencer. Mrs. J. N \
tuna promptly ---. uw pairn aDd McCaffrey. State president. Miss I'of Mr. J. N. Chalker of Rockledge.
iods. Gillon. Mrs. H. and
Ueootlort.Day America in past years.He was presented Papworth. chairman reported yes- M Papworth
Josephine Mason. District 6 presi- --- ----- -
Trial Offer Ta proN.hat temlaii by the Woman's Club for terday. i Attractive prizes will be given'.
tae 104-::w.rka t b.tp, : .feat-.:roe i your and..:::-.- the benefit of the Cocoa Youth dent and Miss Ruth Stewart Allen : Odd Fellows The moving the present hospitalof for scores at the party and Mr&.1
Cut and take exactly a*dlnctcd.fee the reaurprtard to which organization the acting director of the State 32 beds to the new hospital at :Papworth stressed the fact
oulta for Tounelf and delighted Toa ha, (the Jd.m tbaempty Assn.Woman's Club had pledged part Board of Health. Jacksonville all the airport of 25 beds in February is not for club members alone but ALL PURPOSE COTTAGE
pack tie and your money back: Ie spoke to the 78 club members and j To Install win automatically create a great for anyone who wishes to attend
>riaraateed ut trying ._ Don't....<.MiOef ajtotaet bear .ar. <,support of the necessary of the youth budget group.HARD for. the i guests present. Col. N. B. Butt need of many items for the com- and play and make their contri- $495.00AVAILABLE
-.-- -I iI local attorney also spoke on national fort and care of the patients. bution to this cause.
and international offairs. New Officers

Mrs. F. W. Kipp. county peace ley Berner was the scene for the FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
chairman. explained the 10 departments ly MRS. L.A GUESSAZ Hubert Talton
I OF!1 mums-Preview of the club's new peace I [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] affair and following the business ELIGIBLE BUYERS MAY PURCHASEON

program. ST. CLOUD-Odd Fellows will session the evening was spent TIME CONTRACTSDelivered
Luncheon was served at the install new officers Tuesday Elected Co-Ed honoring :Mr. and Mrs. Robert

Cocoa House with Mrs.A.A.Traf- night. Refreshments wW be served Woodall newlyweds. to building site with 2
complete
BEAMED I : : : : ford serving as luncheon chairman I after the ceremonies. George your
IIJaLqIAI:1'A'i4:1 .. Jeffries is the new noble grand: Class Prexy Attending were Margaret Phillips Windows, Door Hardware and NAILS to erect.

A varied program. In which Bob Lackey. vice grand: Paul Sarah, Hess. Prissy Peterson
the world's representatives from an clubs in Harden secretary: and Will Mann (Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star! Hubert Talton. Linton Day. Dolores SPECIFICATIONS:

crexrf the county participated followedthe treasurer. DELAND-Hubert Talton was Middleton John Day. Mr. .All New Construction Cypress Siding

TINIEST, MOST POWERFUL luncheon. Mrs. John D. Shep- phia Mrs was Mary the honoree Hagy of at Philadel-a birth- elected president of the Co-ed and Mrs. Bobby Carlton. Harry 12x12 Outside Dimensions Floor Joist 2x6
ard. Cocoa. serving as program class of the Trinity Methodist
day party held at the home of J Hurst; Mr.and Mrs Hubert Woodall -
(lATTUY-CONTAJMIO chairman. Heard on this programwere Church at a meeting held Wed- 1x4 Yellow Pine Flooring Rafters and Studs 2x4
Jean Beckman. pianist. Joy Mr. and Mrs. Henry Toggweiler. nesday night. and Mrs. Eugene Fisher class: 90-lb. All 16" Center
HEARING INSTRUMENT In the afternoon she was the | Asphalt Roofing Spaced on
Jorgensen. top dancer and Phyllis Other officers and committee teacher.
guest of Mr. and Mrs Fred Allenof .1" Yellow Pine Roof Boards
Smith. reader all of Melbourne: I members elected were Bobby Carlton -
Canada. Assembled to greet
Mrs. Horace Grey. reader and vice-president: Ruth Woodall. W-OOTEX-Kt:EBLER ONE OB MORE OF THESE UMTS MAT BE ASSEMBLED TOGETHEB
her were the Toggweilers. Mr!
Mrs. William Phillips, reader. both j'and Mrs. Charles Seeman. the secretary; Mrs. Hubert Norman Special to The Sunday Sentinel.S or) COTTAGE NOW ON DISPLAYMAXWELL
ALIlkOfl 4 of Eau Gallic: Elizabeth WhIte. Aliens and Mr. and Mrs. Ted New- treasurer: Mrs. Wesley Berner. COCOA-Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
e vocalist and Mrs. Nellie Slocum John Day. Hubert Norman. Mrs. Frank Kjebler. of TitusttDe. an-

Potoff of Tltusville: and Nanette ell.Margaret Kendall is the 'new Bobby Carlton and Dolores Mid- nounce the engagement of their

Gibbons pianist of Cocoa. Duringthe president of the Past PresidentsClub dleton. social committee: Harry daughter. Mildred Virginia to Factory Crafted Buildings

Can you imagine a butery-coataiaed, all-in-Co* heating instrument morning session Mrs. Shepard of the U. S. W. V. Auxiliary; Hurst and Donald Doyle welcom- Mervin Franklin Woolen Jr.. I 232 IRVIN ST. ORLANDOPHONE- 2-0154
almost as thin n a fountain pea and only about ball its sang accompanied by Mrs. Nina Elizabeth Heinzel vice president: ing committee.The CSN son of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin
Ranck. pianist and Mrs. Don Dinning Della Uphoff. chaplain. Amparo home of Mr. and'Mrs.. Wes- Franklin Wootea. of Cocoa.
length You must SEE it to believe it! You must HEAR it to appre-
violinist. Athey the installing officer.
was
date itt! Come see and but this pac new electronic achievement .
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ThrashersFete Dr. SpencerTo
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FREE HEARING CLINIC

FriendsAt Head Club

Personal Consultation with '
[Special: to The Sunday Sentmel-Stot

AUTHORITY DEAFNESS Party DELAND-Dr. Herbert W. Spencer -
on of Hannaeroix N. Y.. Was
(Special! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star THE NEW
elected president of the newly organized
AT JEFFERSON COURT HOTEL SANFORD-Mr. and Mrs-D. L.
New York State Club at
Thrasher entertained with Coca
a
a meeting held Wednesday nightat
and Cola boat party for a large number
ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY. JAN. 20 21 t the Tourist Home.
of friends on Friday.
Fifty-seven Winter visitors enjoyed -
10 A.M TO 5 P.M. The guests gathered and motored IQ47
: covered dish which
a
supper
to Eustis where they went
Come in sod consult with a taenbficallrtraiaed aboard a cruiser on Lake Eustis. was served by Mrs. Charles Bind-
Those attending wereMrs.. Roby I er. Rochester. N. Y. and Mrs.
capers OB bearing problems Leon A. Freeman. Oswego. N. Y.
Mrs
James
Lming. Mrs. Ridge. Roy
and learn bowSUMO EUcnoNICPowu.a ; Mrs. Harold Parsons entertained -
Williams.Mrs. W.O.Fleming.Mrs t
startling scientific aduevetncot John Galloway. Mrs. Joe Melsch. the group with several piano se-
I
ia the AOOUSTICON IMTUIA_: -r Mrs. Glenn Lingle. Mrs. John Ivey. lections. r
for the deafened! Mrs Harry Woodruff Mrs. W. A. Other officers elected were Mrs.
Adams. Mrs Roy F. Mann. Mrs. Leon Freeman. vice-president:
; Hawkins Connelly. Mrs O. A. I Mrs. C. L. Binder secretary:
Wrtr' Speer.' Mrs. Hugh WhelcheL Mrs I George Coe. New York City -
r :- Roy Holler. Mrs. Charles Park. treasurer; and Arthur Cannlck

E. W. ,,-; E. Mrs. J. D. Woodruff. Mrs. R. A. I New York City publicity chair-
Pnfe.iosNBldg... Newman, all of Sanford. man. .
Suit m. J* *t .4st1icttyrnDeaf 5th 'Also present were Mr. and Mrs. The song "Sidewalks of New
tie CrMraL. M. rrtcrtkwi. FU. Carl Ferran and Mr. Harry Fer- York was adopted as the group'stheme

( ran of Eustis. song and it was decided
---- that meetings will be held the
second and fourth Wednesdays of
each month. However the next
meeting this montCi will be held
Jan. 29 at the Tourist Home. All
New York State visitors are Invited

e"- to join.Azalea .

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f
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teasel served ambrosia HOlt-I I -
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{Page 6iJ. chf mibag &gntlnfl-&tar Orlando, Florida, January 19, 1947
Miami Senior
Home Run
By BOB HAYES King


- report for duty at Joe Stripp's school a week from Monday.I Stripp StudentsTo Blasts TigersIn

That was the way Joe Tinker was thinking yesterday afternoon.
Brings largeSum'
} .Joe has missed being out at Tinker Field working with the youngstersat | e 4.'t4 MA 39-17 TiltMiami
Stripp's school this year. And he's counting the days until he can

get there. 'He looks swell now. and It is possible he may be out around Play Three Senior High School

quicker than most folks believed he would. in Deal I rangy Stingarees found their

Joe actually appears relieved that his leg is gone. Ills foot IS range In the second half and
pained him a lot since the Infection set In October. And the pain ? .,:, (., rolled to a fancy 39-17 triumphover

caused. him many a sleepless night. PITTSBURGH TAP Henry Contests TodayThe a listless and bewildered Orlando
"
Tve slept better these last Uo nights" he said. 'than I have In [Hank] Greenberg. the MajorLeauge's w quintet in the high school
a long time. I F gym last night before an estimated

: Joe had half] a suit case full of fan mail-letters and telegrams I home run king was pur- 1947 baseball season gets to audience of 500.
from chased by the Pittsburgh Pirates an early start here at Tinker field Paced by Bill Zimmerman and
well-wishers all over the country plus a few home remedy suggestions. -
the today when the cream of the crop Karl Ueb, the taller
He Rot a kick cut of reading them. I from Detroit Tigers for an undisclosed Stingareeswere
in Joe Stnpp's Baseball Sshool never In trouble after coming
One of his prized telegrams *as this one from Bob Brown. Vancouver but a "sizeable sum" of
I square off at 1 p. m. for three back on the floor for the third
B. C. Canada a centerfield at Portland in 1901 when Joe was cash. seven-inning
games. : quarter with a three point lead.
playing there recalling their Pacific Coast League championship General manager Roy Hamey. Stripp. who has graded taltnt in Zimmerman with 11 points was

game: in announcing the purshase of the 125-student school on a 'the game's high scorer while Or

"Two men on one run down. I know you will show the same one of baseball's higest paid players "leauge basis. said the three lando's Bob McGinnis tossed In
*old 1901 champion spirit and win this one for us. Your old Portland games this afternoon would be be- eight
said the Pirates landed the
buddy would. lIe could not hit a curve but his heart put him on and tween squads representing the Minus the sip they displayed
big slugger after days of negotiatIng "major' leauge. Class AAA and
.you brought him In. Good Luck. against Miami Beach the nlrhtbef.rl
between Frank McKinney, Class AA" corcuits.
*
.
Coach Ty Smith'scharges
president and principal owner of
Sports oddity: Joe Tinker last Summer was elected to Baseball's the Pittsburgh Club and Billy Fans are invited to witness the displayed a larklustrebrand

Hall of Fame at Cooperstown N. Y. and momentoes of his playing: Evans new general manager of contests There !is no admission of ball that so distorted

days repose there in the museum. Dr. Duncan T. McEwan. who amputated the Tigers. charge Smith he yanked his vanity fin

Joe'. left leg. was born and raised in Cooperstown N. Y. Hamey declined to say what Feature of the offering today is and finished the "game with hisIIft'end
*' school'stwin team.
of the
the appearance
Pirates paid for the man who
Mail State Lisle W. Smith .f Haines City writes Pitcher In the two names
Bag: Rep. : hit 41 home runs last year to I Ir battery combination- preliminary .
'* "Dear Bob: lead both leauges in circuit! Jim and Catcher Clem Cook a Orlando's "B" squad scored a 55-

*" "I was glad to read your article in yesterday's [Sunday. Jan. 121 swats, but saidit was a "sizeable pair of twins from Ederade, Ark:! : 18 victory over St. Luke's of the

paper. -You take the same stand that I do in regard to a State Boxing sum" of cash Before the deal I rated as likely baseball propectsj Boys League with Britt Simms

Commission. I think it is up to the local people to handle their could be completed the other l I I tossing in 18 points. Princeton's
own fights. I 1 seven American League Clubs H I grade school team downed Delaney -

1* Rep. Smith referred to a Jacksonville Jaycee proposal to write had to waive on the services of Hyde RejoinsI i' 6-4 during the intermission

into. State laws a bill regulating boxing and wrestling. This department I the first baseman-outfielder. period.Miand ...._
Is opposed to such a bill at present believing the first step Greenberg, who has pounded OPENS WINTER TRAINING HEADQUARTERS I bastion Own Staff Photo: Traver 1 : U'Dnh.O4.sdRinm.wrkw r

.toward cleaning up the sorry boxing and wrestling picture Is a little out 311 homers in his major I Pres. Clark Griffith of the Washington Baseball I Hotel for the Spring training session and a31... f t 0 0 0 1 Of I'S.'MrOt..1a...._ J r 0 7 2 0 {0

work on the parts of Florida cities.v leauge career five of them in !i Club is shown here with his secretary. Miss Pat j started carrying on contract negotiations *with Orlando ClubBus. M.rria. r 0 o 0l'wb ;." ... 1 o.
bums
world series competition startedout Gannon as he opened headquarters at the Angebilt I| players. c 4 0 s To__." 1 1 1 S:
.... .
.
I '.h. 1 0 2w. . 0 0 1
Clark Griffith boss of the Washington Senators Is interested la with the Tigers in 1933 as a I I, N 'r klmel.n. 9 2 J IMCG.a 9 1 I 4
-p members of his team to livecluing I first baseman. But in 1940 man- : 1 I MOT. John Ganzel of the NuaW. 9 J J "ISt..... r 0 1 1
securing places for several family-men ager Del Baker caused something : ; Orlando Baseball Club yesterday Baakea. s 1. .2.rn.r,......> L I 0 0 0aoaer.
News 0
the Senators' Spring training session here. 14 Senators Sporting r II s 0. 0S1aai
of a sensation when he switched Schoux Captures announced that Tommy Hyde III
-,. Griffith says among those needing apartments or homes from .the big boy to the outfield. I southpaw hurler who 13 and lost 7 ,I - - -
1 through March Include Calvin Griffith vice president of the Tet.l IS' 3" Totals a t lTEsui
Feb. champions
o dsre-uothathe dtlead Names 1946 ; I for the Florida State League .. Icon: Miami aenSor 1. 0.-
club Sherry Robertson. Cecil Travis Stan Spence Walt Masterson. I Billy Herman new manager of last season fti his first yearas .

Early Wynn and Mickey Vernon.He the Pirates will say what positionthe Sign-Contracts Lead a first-year player, would be a
may be contacted at Room 622. AngebUt Hotel by anyone 36-year old star will play with All-Star Nine Tourney member of the 1947 Orlando squad Torrcs-Rohden Bout

having a home or apartment for rent. his new club according to Mc- I ,,i Ganzel said Hyde was being assigned

Kenney. I Pres. Clark Griffith of the I ST. LOUIS API Although the RICHMOND. Calif. API Dark- to Orlando by Charlotte Heads Ring Card

aT Some of the Washington Club's "family" are already here. First,i Hank believed to have drawn In Washington American League I II St. Louts Cardinals subdued the horse George Schoux of San Bru N. C. the Washington from club

George Myatt. who bought a home here a few weeks ago at 1623 the neighborhood of $60.000 last ;I Baseball Club yesterday announced I Boston Red Sox In the World Series no. Calif shooting a sizzling 65yesterday holding his contract.the Pitcher-1947 pilot At Legion Tomorrow
season entered the Army May 7. he had received signed I Outfielder Lou BeviL ;
and pitcher also here. con clinched
Canton Ave.Al Evans catcher Early Wynn are '' apparently
the
American League who I
Aad Mickey Vernon's father is here."although the 1946 American : 1941. but was discharged as over'age tracts from 14 members of theSenators' I pennant third round leadership of the 72 and Freddie Swindells Joe. Torres. rugged Tampa ring
before the United States entered '! 1947 squad. winners outplaced the world champions hole had a 17-8 record last :year, team veteran will face a stiff test when
weeks $10000 Richmond Open golf
arrive for about two
Xeague batting champion won't yett the conflict. He re-enlisted Players who have returned sIgn- 5 to 2 on the 1946 all-star : tournament with a 197. with Hyde to form the nucleus of he takes on Harvey Rohden. Jacksonville

\ two days before Pearl Harbor I ed contracts are Pitchers Buck' team announced yesterday by the The 28 year old Californian not pitching staff. kayo artist in the feature
f Out at Tinker Field yesterday was Waldo Shank of Toledo who I I bout
and rose from a private to captain Newsom Early Wynn Richard displaced the of Promoter Temple Mason's
only previous leader 1
fawned the Toledo American Assn. Mud Hens from 1933 through 1941. Sporting News. I All! TRAVEL SOUGHT ',
before being discharged June 14. I l Welterworth. Ed Kubuskl. Bob U. S. Open Champion Lloyd Man- boxing card at the American Legion -
::When the club was sold to the St.Louis Browns. Shank an automobile 1945. 'r Shore and Scott Gary member of I Detroit with two places and the'i'" grum of Chicago but jumped TAMPA lAP Provision for ', Arena tomorrow night.

'Distributor and fast friend of Zach Taylor Pirate coach who managed He had his greatest home run ,I Orlando's 1948 Florida State \New York Yankees and the Cleve- ,,ahead o fthe latter by four strokes. teams in the Florida International AU told 2 rounds of boxing have

Toledo during his ownership, is staying at the Highland Lake-Apart year in 1938 when he cracked out I League champions: Infielders land lindians with one each were Mangrum had a third round 70 League to fly directly betweenTampa ,been lined up by Mason to start at
ments.JU5LTA. 58. only two short of Babe Ruth's George Myatt. Sherry Robertson the only other clubs accorded' for his 54-hole count of 201. Jim- and Havana is expected to 8;30 p.m. The card calls for two

,- major leauge record. |j another former Orlando player. berths on the team chosen for thebaseball ';my Demaret of Houston. Texas. be made at a meeting of owners at Mi- '.eight rounders, two six rounds and
and directors of the league
I Cecil Travis Johnny Sullivan and publication by 298 members four round preliminary scrap.
i I with a 69..u right on Mangrum'sheels
the Pirates will have
Whether
l of the Baseball I ami Sunday. .
Angel Fleitas and Outfielders Writers' Association Vanderveer, former Golden
Gators Slate to Hank anywhere what he at 202."Jug" .
Lists pay 'Stan Spence. Jack Netcher and of America. {I Gloves champion from Orlando
had
drew with the Tigers Is a matterthatli McSpaden a 68, giving Rl'T1I1IOLDS OWN
The
Earl Wooten. team. Stanley MusiaL Cardinals
meets Blondy Bau tt. Jacksonville
have to be settled before I him a total of 293 and fourth NEW YORK (API Babe Ruth
,
Nine Football the Pirates go Int* Spring training Mickel Vernon his star first Red Sox first, second base base; Bobby Johnny Doerr.Perky 'I i position. He was a Jump ahead of baseball's former home run king beak-buster, la the other
; eight-round session which
at Miami Beach FU. It was baseman who is expected to demand Lew Worsham of Washington D. continued to hold his own last Mason -
ennis Ratings his big bat that brought the a fat pay Increase hasn't Red Sox, shortstop;; George 'I:C. wit h204. Jim Ferrier Chicago, night at French Hospital where he I predicts will b. the best
Kell. Detroit, third
base Ted Williams
fight the
Foes fpr 47 Tigers out .f the doldrums and come to terms yet but Griffith and Dom DiMaggio.; Red and Ted Kroll. New Hartford N. underwent a serious neck operation I on eard .
to the American League pennantIn anticipates a salary agreement Y. were tied for sixth at 205. last Monday.SWIM r Mike Gonzalez of Tampa. returns
1 NEW YORK API Delegates to TAMPA tAPJ The Tampa Tribune 1945 and his two World Series ai soon Vernon- arrives about I I Sox. and Enos Slaughter. I i to take on Tony Ornttaderro.

lhe said last night that the University homers played a big part in giving two weeks hence. nals, outfielders: Aaron cardi-I BUTLER ABROAD iI| COACH DIES Orlando leather sUngrr. In a six-
j I
annual meeting of the "U- S.i it.a..u Steve O'Neiirs champions (Yankees. catcher and Hal CHICAGO (API Edward Wallace round contest while J W. Bennett
of Florida football team "We're probably further along 'houser. Tigers. Bob NEW YORK Pres James.But I i
; Tennis .A.saoclatton'rester.i victory over the Chicago Cubs. Feller McOillivray, 55. swimming I another Jacksonville product op*
wm play"nlne games in 1947. with. now with contract negotiationsthan : land and Dave Ferriss. Red Sox 'ler flies to England and France ,; coach at the University of Chicago' jposcs Frank Rocco of Tampa. la
"flay placed :
He had slowed down somewhat I
the possibility of another contest' we've ever been. he observed. pitchers. this month In the Interests of the i for the past 22 years and former i i[another slxround event -
:
,n the 1946 ranking list and being added before Spring training \Mast season but played 142 games Empire Gold Cup. internationalrace 'president of the National Collecl- f Mason said he would release the
in which he connected with 144
dropped Frankie Parker to third I starts. The unofficial schedule :: card OWNER'S: CHOICE WINS planned by his Empire City ate Swimming Coaches' Alan* {names of the preliminary bout
hits for a total base of 315.
I ARCADIA. Calif. [TAP Owner's Assn. in November. I died I at his home here yesterday. i Monday morning.
which has been
not
place. yet announced In 1933 and again in 1940 he was 'Washington To Open Choice owned by Mrs. John D.
I" The revised rankings are as follows : voted the American League most Hertz of Chicago and Canoga!

: I-Kramer. 2-Schroeder.Parker. (".hUO aai.. 17-Ol... Miss! at Jadnaovill*. valuable player. : School at Sanford Park. Calif. captured the $50.000

4-Tom Brown 5- OetT........ at N.w O,..... I I ISceta to The Suidoy Sentnel-Storl San Felipe stakes at Santa Anita
XJardnar Mulloy. William Taltiert. laMr.Oct.0.4. I1-O... CI." which sill" M NI5.4 NATE ANDREWS PICKED j I SANFORD The Washington Park yesterday as highly regarded -
7-Don McNeffl. 8-Bob Fal- WILMINGTON. N.C. [API The Jet Pilot finished out
S-Miami at Miami.Oct. Senators' free baseball school will i of the
Icenburg. 8-Eddie Moyland. 10- -*w at T.... ar Q.._ Wilmington Pirates of the Class D open here tomorrow morning under money. :

Pancho Segura. Seymour Greenberg .' villa.Mew.' 1--Martk CarvbKa at Oalnaavllla. Tobacco State League announced ', the direction of Joe Engle.I
of Chicago originally No. 10.i _. 1-Oau'u.e' .. JackiwKiila.Mm. last night the signing of Nate Andrews president of Washington Chat- I PURDUE ON TOP L
,
.
N. 1a-Auld .t 4.We.. former major league pitcher -
I Southern Assn. farm club. LAFAYETTE. Purdue
Ja now 11. N_. 22-Nwtl, CaNu.a 1555. at i I, tanooga -
their 1947
OIl .._eo. as manager. with about 138 diamond aspirants basketball teams have won or __
; 1 -K..... Stata at Oamawilta. 'scheduled to report for the fi\e- more Big: Nine championlshipa
aSKCTBALL CSUkV* RtTII; ABLE TO WALK
'i CN.." Sckaal I I week school. t than those of any other ; .+ ;
Miami. Scalar I*. OaLANOO IT.CalHa NEW YORK. lAP Babe Ruth ,i The students at the tuition-free ,schooL 1 i
< t 1 able to walk about the
Gators Win Eighth was corridor -
__ school will be quartered at former
"J IIwi4. J4 Au 2a.India. i
M _.... 39.28OAINESVILLE outside his room at French Sanford Naval Air Station and will I f RUTH "TilE SAME: !
Owka ... N. c. lute faa Straight, i I Hospital yesterday-one week af- workout at Municipal Park under [ NEW YORK IAP1 Babe Ruth's '
a suesr No VamMataa JS.Piaama
SS. Miaaara SI.Vamaia CAP The University |ter undergoing an operation on I,I the supervision of Washington condition is "fair but there has I

i 4*. Syraama. _..41...____ of Florida< basketball team (his neck-hospital authorities an- ,I and the parent club's been no great chan,.." a spokesman F I .
Ohle lute S. i scouting
t 4 I nounced. 'I
a MicKiaaa ... urdiM 41.OlMakama notched its eighth consecutive victory and managerial staff. for French Hospital said
I S*. a_. lute S*. last night as It swept to a I yesterday. j
MOCKIV SCORSSStaata :39-28 triumph over the Auburn GILL PROMOTED I I WILDCATS'ICTORIOtS I
i. CLEVELAND API) Pres. BiD
l a. Cbicaaa S.Maatoaal to
quintet a two-game
sweep The Wildcats defeated the Red :
*. ". Y_ S.l series. < Veeck of the Cleveland Indians 1938 SP. BUICK COUPE
Tw ate 7. ..-. .. i Devils. 12-6. and the Shooting
., >4Ui, ......* ?. Cla.il a< 4.NVaa.N4 Florida took an early lead and \yesterday promoted Bob Gill from !; Stars went like comets to trim the I Win sell for balance due F 'wtataI
4. rittlaawiaiita 4 tie). held all ahead his present post as the Tribes'traveling I
it the being
J; way finance
.. t I Tigers 26-9. yesterday in opening company
I
ItSMw.k S. 8t1ff.
> i secretary: to general
r 23-18 at the half.
play of the Orlando Boys Club
Hans Tanzler. six foot four i manager of the hAUUUCiigallS. C. Prep Basketball League composedof SEE THIS MORNING
Inch center, poured 14 points team In the yl I
rE through the hoop. League. seventh youngsters grades.from the sixth and 518V4 S. Eola Drive

I Ray Williams paced: the attackof L ---.--
the Auburn team with three
baskets and four free tosses. I
I The victory was Florida's third Sporting M rI

against two defeats In Southeastern -
conference play and Its thirteenth I -
15 It TCli YOW* mOTNCa ttal
I In 18 starts this seasonn. vaNVt / atAO.TJt2T M CAM aCLlCVK WMATVt '
Brevities LNaraMf ( TC*< SAYS AeOVt'

Michael B Captures } All Steel Construction
I STATE AUTO
,"v
Feature at Hialeah Jim Tatum. released at Oklahoma BODYWORKSTXT

I MIAMI API Leo Oemgross's has accepted the football

Michael B won- the $10.000 Added coaching position at Maryland. ABC OCfNC* LC/
Hibiscus stake for three-year-olds Charles Wilkinson LSS1.ItaDunder Steelcraft Sedan Cruiser
i I at course yesterday. Tatum. has taken over as the _

The colt paid backers: tn.TO. :. Sooner head coach. . The I
LOST- $1120. and M-SO. Washington Redskins have traded Ii
Imperator finished second pay- Halfback Steve Bagarus to the

Male Airedale dog. shaggy hair lag S20 and $1340 and Secnar Ln Angela Rams for fullback i For I Immediate": Delivery
weight about M lbs, bad collar was third over the six furlong distance Ruthstrom and Halfback Tom ;;
returning $2440. : Farmer. . R. A. Long. Tennessee ,H_ .-s **-' -'.*
**
with New Hampshire license attached * '* halfback has signed to play Prompt t Delivery On To Fit -f. .':', f:;' .
collar have a Body
may slippedoff. MIAMI (AP) Horse owners at with the Philadelphia Eagles. . -.y
; 50.00 reward paid for Information Hialeah Race Course voted 197 to Twelve members of the Fort" Myers
1 leading to the return 27 Ian night to pay no bonusesto high school football-learn have It's here the better boot for leis money! AH steel :construction to

of this dog. Answers to the striking grooms and exercise been suspended and later- placed Your Own Hauling Needs
name of Mike. bors and rejected' by a TOte of on probation by Lafayette Golden. long testing durability end low tj kefp.: Sleek bnes tar creaser sped.,
I 197 to 1 a proposal submitted by FHSAA executive: secretary for

......* Water Park nUB spokesmen for the grooms to paya accepting gifts from Fort Myers 1 ease of bonding and beauty. Cabin forward with $, ildsleyed t Jpo*'rend
minimum wage of $300 per dtiie&s. . Bob Pft more, Oklahoma Lindsay engineering has made It possible<< today to
Everett: Salllpaqlt I month to exercise boys and $27) A&M halfback, has signed bud 672 entirety different body sires and styles out of a !
for comfort orxj efficiency
-
to grooms. a Chicago Bears Contract. reasonable LS Inventory. Parts for LB bodies achiete a kM \ * *
1. Johnny Rucker. N. Y Giants high degree of icterchacgeabUlty.Lindsay with Sink, fresh water and icebox, tcxlet fonord Cait oft competeV

ouw.dnhu been sold to the
; BOXING -- 32 ROUNDS I Cleveland Indians for the waiver -Stock models arehx* Amsted to a few sties enclosed with dinette to starboard for four, car7ieittie, r at night ;mo' a

price. - The Milwaukee Brewers or stTks-tlxy are bodies built: to your specific Deeds out

; DOUBLE MAIN GO haw.Jake appointed Flowers as D'Arcy president Raymond and of the warehouse stock conveniently located near you.Replacement double bed, making sleeping occommadot for feur'irt two sepc'c"e


Harvey Rkoden KMas.cb Joe Torres I I baa general signed manager a St.. Louis. Terry cardinal Moore parts for damaged units are also quickly staterooms) All steel 26-ft. .hull, 9% ft. beohh/pottered wtth. i US horse-

th available from stock: to speed up repairs . reduce Cost
Brown
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ISI-.IM..1'UJe lU-T.... J wined Vernon S pbfDa'*senator ** lay-op Urn for equipment.As p04er Chrysler Marine motor.: See this beautiful boot, row an *fa,,:a/.

...... on the dotted bne.. Eugene
: Joo VaifaVeerS Bloody BaggeD L. Oorbett: wi3 be the playing always: special Lindsay bodes are available oa

-OrUnd. ,1. 121--Tampa League manager catty of the Decatur X2_ 1-1 order, for the rant with fclth y specia2>*4 eperaUoea.

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Tcny Cntllwrerro Mike pas HOTS racing mums to tbe Gulf Winter Park 471 TZUFHOVrS: OrlajU 2tt

I& w$. 1&Ts program Thursday with aa eixht-racc Kendor : Equipment Corp.

at SiMhine Park at Old-

2 OTHER BOUTS I mar pu. . Cockers reported SaWs and Showroom* located at DwiMod T. Silt te Servfee Ca ..
only M of the 12OQ( hone i.tl....

AMERICAN LEGION ARENA Jral were ga loped yesterday a.
th* track experienced a complete 103 S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL"I'D

WlMSIdslja CkUd"a vaJkout of cxvrase boys and
: MOD Jan. 20th rrooma. Frank' : Scott has Joined
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Fishing conditions at present would be very greatly improved both Orlando Florida, January 19, 1947 Eh ihm&ni, l&'rutiutl-Sottr Page 7

In fresh and salt water, by a spell of genuine cold weather. Meanwhile. Annual 1 I Orlandoan In

Summer continues In the Winter up to this writing. with prospects

so the old-timers say..that there will be no change of consequence. Bill Dickey
Star Feminine
In weather or fishing until the full moon of February! I

Salt water fishing has been in the doldrums lately; for a good : Meet To Open I Pilot Singles Finals

long while in fact. Deep-sea fishing and surf fishing fishing in Signs as

the Indian River and in the bays of the east and west coasts Golfers To Enter

all this fishing has left something to be desired with only a few I At Little RockLITTLE
w I
exceptions. : Here Monday At St. Pete
Fishing for sailfish for instance off the east coast of Florida ROCK. Ark. CAP

has been very poor for some tim During the week Just past there was I r- Orlando Bill Dickey, who served a short
a big convention of fruit and vegetable men at Palm Beach and on two I Drawings and pairings for the TourneyWith term at the helm of the New York I I ST FCTERSBURG rAP Frank

days approximately 70 fishing boats set out on Gulf Stream I 20th annual riChampionships State Tennis '_ {! Yankees last year, signed a one- Guernsey, Orlando, and Jack
will be made at year contract yesterday as plaver- I Orleans won their
rte.. Tuero. New
and piloted by experienced .
enthusiastic fishermen
waters well loaded with the Orlando Tennis Club today at a crack field already entered manager of the Little Rock Travelers I I I way to the finals of the annual
captains. ,;,1 p.m, and play in the weeklong V plans for Orlando'a sixth of the Southern Assn. with west coast tennis tournamenthere
The fishing was so poor however that the 70 boats caught only tournament will get underway annual Florida Mixed Two-ball whom he began his baseball ca- Saturday.

sailfish altogether! tomorrow,officials announcedlast : reer 2
seven ; Johnny -
I Open Golf Championships sched- D1Oiy I I Guernsey breezed through
The situation in salt water would change quite suddenly witha night. Neither nor Traveler 8-1.
,
for local
uled Dubsdread Country Club Dennis, champion
blow-as blow Entries for the annual Orlandonet business manager Ray Winder i I
spell of real cold weather. If cold northwest winds t I
Feb. 5-9. be his position
classic close at noon today are expected to com- would disclose salary terms involved I,6-1, 6-2 to uphold
they will before Spring finally arrives in Florida-then the fishing and the tournament committee pleted within the next 10 days. but Winder indicated ""it oust as top-seeded entry in the tournament.

will become, very suddenly, something to tell friends about! Sailfish will meet then to seed and pair I Denny Champagne, Dubsdread us plenty" for the slugging.'. Dennis was seeded fourth.
will strike in great schools dolphin will be striking in an amazing the. good sized field. : pro said yesterday. catcher. I I Tuero playing off his usual
fashion. the Spanish mackerel and kingfish [king mackerel] will run Defending champions Peg Kirk game had more trouble getting

by the tens of minions, the pompano will start moving about, the trout I I ranked Frank Orlando Guernsey star, nationally-is expectedto : I and Joe Kirkwood. win stake Dickey with explained the Travelers his action in ofsigning by third seeded Tom Burke Rego

win make It will once cold the crown they won by beating L. I.. 1945 west coast
just suddenly an appearance go. draw top seeding for the tournament J Louise Suggs and Earl Christian- the face of possible major lean I Beach,
with of sustained northwest winds. come to Florida! champion But Tuero finally prevailed -
weather plenty but, while ruling the I last offers by pointing out that Lit ,
The sination is not greatly different in fresh water. The black roost among the favorites. is -.-' .,....- / sen that will year boast against some of an the entry game'stop listI tle Rock was his home and that I with his deep drives and

bass speckled perch shell-crackers and various species of bream are expected to find the going rugged I women and men's names. he was tired of living away from well-timed drop shot 1-4. 7-5, 61.

"lost," because of the lack of cold weather and cold water. Cold once the list of preliminary I MrsJ'Babe Zaharias. national I it.The Lam Lou Jahn tiny: 14yearold : -

seems to give fresh water fish an incentive to bite, or strike at the matches have been hurdled and -Our Own Staff Photo: Traver woman champion currently appearing hard-hittiTg receiver, who State champion from n-

angler's lure. Especially: when a good old-fashioned Florida Winter the field trimmed down to businesslike I OPERATION TO BED TO WHEEL CHAIR: Joe Tinker, who won !i in the Tampa tournament throws right and bats left, joined ', Lauderdale entered the women's

which always calls for heavy: wool shirts and good-sized campfire size. fame as a member of the Tinker to Evers to Chance double play combination i wired Dubsdread officials the Yankees !n 1928 and remained singles> finals with an easy
give. way to Spring and orange blossoms! Bruce Thomas, ranking Class A was able yesterday-three days after the amputation of his I Friday she would enter the 1947 ; with them-except for the two 6-1 6-*. victory: over Louis
player and Florida State Public event and Betty Jamison !wartime seasons he was in service St. Today she
and Coley. Petersburg.
Courts title holder from West Palm left leg to spend over an hour in a wheel chair. He is shown herein :
It look for the cold weather and after Betty Hicks are expected to include --until last Summer's breakup plays the tournament dark-
is not too late, however to Beach has entered and is regarded the wheel chair reading a part of the deluge of mail and telegramssent I which never was explained. I
that the Spring and the orange bloom, followed by some of the finest as Guernsey's chief oppositionfor by baseball fans from all over the nation"wishing him a speedy Jaunt Orlando on their tournament .During teat time he established i horse Ada WiDe .f Dayton

fresh. water fishing of many a year. the championship. Jack Tuero : recovery. | records galore and played in eight | Beach.
of New Orleans whom Guernsey : I Patty Berg, former national world series and seven all-star Tom Swann and Ed McKIbbea.

OUTDOOR >\'OTES-Speckled perch fishermen are at It In Alligator lost to in Tampa last week, said champion, will be here and will ; games. .Winter Haven won the veteran's
team
Lake out east of St. Cloud. Many boats can be observed 'drifting' he wouldn't know until today If he I FSL Umpire Champagne up with Champagne. I[doubles championship Saturday
there with anglers using live minnows for bait, fishing in deep water could make the Orlando event. Famed Scribe with the appeared way in which well pleased the- I HOPPE IN LEAD 'defeated Harry Sharpies St. Petersburg

well off shore. Some nice string have been brought back, lately, from Gus Ganzenmuller. former rankIng i tournament is shaping up. I CHICAGO IAPI Veteran Willie I and Harvis Adams, Venice -
this big Osceola County lake. netter is one of the tourna-I' School Opens He said that the tournamentwould Hoppe of New York yesterday won 3-6 7-3 61. Sharples and

Charlie Spross. of Toledo. Ohio.who is a relative of John Tledke, ment's "big name" performers qualify 32 teams for the I the 19th block of his 1000-point j Adams had match point at 6-3 In

well known Orlandoan, !is here for several weeks at 512 Highland, and along with Enrique Buse, Norm Dies at EustisSpecial championship flight, and that be I three cushion billiards match with the second set only to have victory -
Copeland Ed and Tom Burke and Here I
SaturdayPres. Jake Schaeffer of Chicago.
expected to be able to Young slip from their
he Is devoting his time to fishing mostly. He and Lambert Steinhans release a I grasps
other Rollins College aces. 50 to 43, in 36 innings The
complete entry li.st."in the I In men's doubles semifinalsTuero
have caught some nice bass lately In Lake Apopka and some others In n next .
Fourth ranking Doris Hart of Al Combs of the Florida 915 to 701
t' { to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl week or so." triumph gave Hoppe a and Burke defeated IveY
lakes nearer to Orlando. They expect to try the sailfish off the east
Miami who extended Pauline State League yesterday reported I lead for the series.MIDDLECOFF .
Vuille St. Petersburg -
coast when weather conditions become more favorable. Bets in the match EUSTIS Fred Turbyvffle 58. Wilson and Jim ,
longest singles
I receipt of "several" applications ; CO4CH BECOMES: EXECUTIVE: 6-2 They win play
6-4.
Thos. Starling head of the Orange County Sportsmen' Assn.; ever recorded in National tournament retired sports writer and sports : i TURNS PRO ;
PITTSBURGH tAPJ Dr. John : and Bill Pou of Tampa
from former baseball seek- j Guernsey
is admittedly "behind" In his fishing. Jim Black,.county sheriff is play last year more than publicist died here yesterday of a players !lB. I MEMPHIS LAP] Cary Mlddle- I
Jock
: Sutherland, coach and
about to catch up with his. likely will be top-seeded over heart attack following several ing admission to the league free I coff, 26-year-old amateur golfingace I in the finals.
vice-president of the
The pound.. 8 oz.black bass. caught by W. P. Blackburn. of 1012 Shirley fry, seventh ranking I months Illness. I umpire school which opens here [.Steelers of the National Pittsburgh Football i who was named a member of II II I
Delaney Park Drive. Orlando, continues to lead in the SearsSentinelStar Rollins star but the prospective j I at Tinker Field Saturday for a f the United States Walker Cup I There may be as many as 21;
Turbyville. who had lived here I League, has been e'ected a director
meeting between these two famt| : team last Saturday announcedlast trillion living soil bacteria In a
fishing contest, black,bass division. for four and recently openeda three-week under direction of i of the Keystone National Bank of
ilies artists in the finals seems years I I night that he had decided to double handful of mellow garden
Now !is the time to bring in the bass, bluefish. sailfish channel to be the match: Orlando's tenI I sports trophy sales organization. Umpire Bill Sumners of the Amer- i Pittsburgh. I turn professional. compost.VENETIAN .
bass sea trout bream and speckled perch-to win prizes in this big I
nis lovers have been I
waiting for. I had been a newspaperman all his ican League. ---
fish derby which continues through 1947! : ,
February.
The Rollins contingent including life. He worked as a sports writer I Combs said ft large portion of ORLANDO'S LARGEST SHOP BLINDSALCMTVUM
Betty Rosenquist. Connie Clifton i the applications came from Florida -
and sports editor on a number of Our seven chairs assure
and Lillian Lopaus, in addition I while others from East- STEEL WOOD
Northern newspapers and at one came a ra'nlmum of waiting .
to Mrs. Louise Raymond Ganzen- ern States and Canada. He said he 2 Weeks Delivery
time headed the Auburn sports ,
The Right Combinationfor muller. a former nationally ranked i publicity department. For several i would be here Friday to greet ECLA BARBER SHOP AWNINGS" TRAILER CANOPIES: TARPAULINS I
player assures the tournament of Sumners and handle the openingof A. L. Dkkl._ Prep.Orlap.o' BROS. CO.I
years he had been writing a week calv ; ROBERTS .
alreOlMttUJJaop
a bang up session In the women'sdivision. the school.
ly sports column which appearedin 22 E. PHONE f- HJ
| 48 newspapers over the nation. The school is open to former Washington St. I W SMITH ft

Season tickets priced at three | He is survived only by his ball players with five or more I
a\ dollars for adults and $180 for widow. Mary. years playing experience. School
Juniors are on sale at Wilson Shoe i Funeral services will be held at i headquarters will be the Lamar

Warm Co. Williams Tobacco Shop and 11 a.m. Monday at the William HoteL
Days the Orlando Tennis Club.
; Zeller Funeral Home here. The I. BUY YOUR SHOES
r body will be forwarded to Tuscola CAMPBELL: RELEASED .
Ill. for interment. BOS10N IAP1 Paul Campbell
- It's hard to forget ProAmateurGolf of Charlotte. N. C. utility first
baseman for the Boston Red Sox.
,- that this is January County Sportsmen 1 was released outright yesterdayto at the

.. wi0'" but you might as well Tourney To Meet TomorrowPres. the Association.Louisville club of the American

be comfortable and Tom Starling of the Orange

: dress for the weather Slated Today County Sportsmen's Assn II ALLEY RATED TOPS WALK OVER SHOP

has called a special meeting of PHILADELPHIA IAPJ Edward ,
-,4 r-r 1f now not the calendar. The Central Florida Golf Assn.'s the association's board of directors ,. B. Eddie Allen. University of

ray r "-. 4si '" '. first pro-amateur tournament of' for 8 p.m. tomorrow at the association i I Pennsylvania varsity fullback has
of 1947 win be staged at Orlando I clubhouse to discuss plans been named "the outstanding senior
I
Country Club today starting at 11 i for the annual fish fry and rally 'I athlete" at Penn this year by
c pjn. with Roy Horan. Orlando'Coun scheduled for next month. the class of 1915 '
: Light Weight the show.Club pro. quarterhacking j


Pairings will be made at 1 I I Arden Homestead Baker Acre

Botany p.m Horan said and explained ,.
that it would be a drawing affair -

All-Wool Slacks pre for assigned the amateurs to every with three one Horses Impressive in Workouts I I


simon-pure linksmen. Koran I; DAVID IflGGIIl} ttlEBMAN I
These come in a wide cautioned all entries to be present .
I (The Sundcy Sentinel-Stor Homes<-Hone Expert!
In
at 1 pjn. order "to get in
selection of colors. on the plarinf.. Highlights out at the new Florida Livestock Exposition

Players from Ormand Beach. grounds four miles northwest of Orlando on the Apopka j I

Daytona Beach. DeLand. Sanford. i Highway the past week were the training performances I
Mt. Plymouth. Leesburg Tavares.
Northcool/ / Worsted Slacks Eustis Mt. Dora and Orlando,' of the horses from the Arden Homestead and Baker Acres I sizes $10.95
Stables. *
I have already entered while still JL-
( -.... more contestants from other cities Trainer Harry Pownan drove t x rt>K SPORTS: Bread toed twor -tjrp( wing roa PORTI: The a>..rt pop...!.r. r ff.4

-We'just Received: a Shipment of These are expected this morning., i the Arden Homestead owned Tom Berry MovesTo tlp-T AM Wait ,addl. oxford te Tsa sad Volt.
three year old trotting fill7.I aM eosapesitka tow
Seminole TrackTom 1'0. Dales: V.mwr toe mUa type Uit.
Margo Hanover mile in 227 1-4 .
Wait wing tlj>
and
I smaller pcrforiUooa. TAB
Light Weight Sport CootsCardigans + 1 + 1 season record for either gait or Berry top money winner
i age. And Trainer Harry FJizpat- horse
of the 1948 harness racing
1 I + i rick drove the two-year old pacing i
Sport Shirts i colt. E. J. Hal. a 1-4 of a mile season who brought 15 horses

In 36 12 seconds. Latter season I here for training this Winter has

Leisure Jackets record for age and wilt for the moved his stable from the harness
short sleeves- T. ea"
Long or lw r distance. Following are workouts
ssrma.es11er1is from the various stables. All horse training quarters at Florida
are
wide selection of colors, I Livestock Exposition to the one- $11.95
One of these coats will Pest two-year-old trotters unless other- track at '
patterns or plain. Fishily wise specified. Numbers in mile Seminole Speedway I' Lad
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Jdt Moor tad Brtoat Star la 3*. onr-nule track. rather than the I
UNDERWEAR ,* EmITiIiC alts WIT taitto tm >>CorMl.... Latttr lUaorrr four art Ia....!DI..I half-mile ovel available at the exposition -

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- I Col. R. L. Scott Watson Files Suit i iI[Teamsters Seek


Swann VA Stresses Television I
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fii, t. UrgesOrganization I Simple Plan !: ProgramTo I Plans Speech To Oust KirkmanTALLAHASSEE I i Labor L Rights



: Feature Citrus I Special[ to The! Sunday Sentinel-Star] MIAMI API Opposition to any
Of Repayment [ PJ] right of H. N. Kirkman to
MT. DORA-Col. Robert L. legislation providing setting up of
I continue as director of the State Department of Public
I I I I Government tribunal or com-
Scott noted author and flyer ,
ir [Continued from Page 1] PASS-A-ORILLE I API The Special to The Sunday Sentmel-Starl Jr. Safety was attacked by Atty. Gen. Tom Watson in a suit I 1 mission baring the power of settlement -

n Veterans Administration regional WINTER HAVEN Florida oranges and grapefruitwill i will address the annual dinner- filed in Circuit Court here yesterday. of jurisdictional disputes
rather than emotional and wishful
office emphasized Saturday that meeting of the Mt. Dora Chamberof I I
.. thinking. And may I add that recovery of subsistence allowance': be combined with beautiful girls to make up the first The Attorney General declared Kirkman's aDnoint-j within the labor family was
"
we have begun to hurt. overpayments from veterans in i television "transcription" program ever to originate in the Commerce at the community I 'ment by the Cabinet's; Executive'- i I voiced here yesterday by the gen
oral executive board of the International
building Friday night at 8:30: '
"Our problem Itself may be simply training unde rthe GI bill will be I South, it was learned last night. Board of Public Safety was an Brotherhood of Team-

stated. To make available to made in a manner that will impose I Technicians from National Broadcasting Co. arrivedFLOR o'clock. Citrus unconstitutional act. Watson said ,sters.Pres..
cent of Special
BO per whether consumers in oui no hardship on a veteran or "+nere witn veteran newsreel came- Col. Scott, author of God IsM all County and State officers must I Daniel J. Tobin of the
trade territory
or fresh-fruit-of good eating processed and ,I his dependents. (DIANA raman Joe Gibson to make about ,. Co-Pilot. "Damned To be either elected or appointed by'1 teamsters sent a telegram to Sea
to 1.300 500 feet of kodachrome color television Glory," and "Runway To the the Governor.
keeping quality and of : Overpayments some I Taft, chairman of the Senate labor -
in volume acceptableappearance to sati&fytheir trainees are being repaid to the film today and tomorrow San" served with the 14th Air I "H. N. Kirkman Is'now usurp- I committee. setUnir fortb the

maximum demands at a I VA in installments of approximately : using Cypress Gardens as ,the locale Force-the Flying Tigers-to Meeting Called ing and has for the past several I views of the union. Taft has set

price their earnings will permit $10 to $20 from monthly i Windsors Make for the filming. China where be commanded the :months usurped the office of Mar. 1 as the date on which his

them to pay. which will return to subsistence' checks. John H. Newton I I It Is planned to- televise the I 23rd Fighter Group. He later I Director of the State Department labor committee win send a bill
= film from NBC-New' York a few commanded all fighter planes in j [Continued from Page 1] "
the producer a reasonable net ref'i regional finance officer explained. of Public Safety. Watson charged to the Senate for debate.
days prior to the opening of the China in his suit adding the public Asking that labor be permittedto
turn on the replacement value or purpose-and those that do know I
his capital investment. i| In August Newton said each Visit in State Florida Citrus Exposition here When the Colonel was relieved are "sitting tight until Monday : safety director was acting "con- retain its right to settle family]

The solution Is as complex as trainee was furnished a form on Feb. 17, as another publicityplug of combat duty in February 1943. when : trary to law and against the people quarrels the teamsters told Taft:
it will all
the problem is simple. An earnest which to report to VA his earnings for the citrus show. he was the leading ace in China come out. and the dignity of the State ofP1ortda. "This is a prerogative and

member of the Citrus Commission I during August. Septemberand I Duke and Duchess of Wind- Gibson noted as the newsreel i In the meantime proponents of .** right of labor and labor>> claims

thinks high solids will do the Job. October. The form explainedthe THE arrived yesterday for a visit cameraman who was a target for the volume prorate for Florida the just right to settle its own
both revolutionists and nationalists citrus which Meanwhile Kirkman. who reported
assuredly is not the
One of our largest I r'd affair In the future
growers new Congressional act which with Mrs. George Baker of New as it has
in a Cuban uprising several emergency Item the be was advised of the
packers thinks it will take volume sets a ceiling for combined monthly York at her Winter plantation on agenda I done In the past.
controL An years ago, and who has made for the special Monday meeting court action only yesterdaymorning
Independent canner wages and subsistence. i near Tallahassee...The Windsors 'are' Tobin said that "we regret Jurisdictional -
thinks j i many films in Florida is equipped urging the citrus men to attend said he "didnt know
co-operative at .
canners are will here about week and
fault. An i Veterans were warned then. stay a I!I with a special 16mm movie r.used the Jan. 29 joint conferenceon anything about it yet. disputes such as prevailed
un-informed newspaper I Newton continued. but any subsistence then will continue to Palm Beach)' camera to shoot the kodachrome.For the highly controversial sub- in Hollywood within the
cries about the horrors of color i payments which they ae. I:,. . The couple went on; a brief I I television purposes strict attention J Tve got to get an attorney and 'I last year The teamsters maintained -
added. A DeLand attorney brays dove hunt after their arrival ject.The confer with him." The
soon director of
cepted in excess of these maxi- j j 1 I I has to be paid to color and FCC Growers Administrative their contracts with their
to the world that the Citrus Commission . Duke
but reported no luck The '. public safety added he probably: .
and employers in Hollywood and
mums were subject to recovery by light balance. Shippers Advisory Com- refused
should be eliminated. A I,land I Duchess will try their hands. I would be ready to announce his
the Government. Many: trainees I' Paul Talley NBC color television mittees and representatives of the I to participate la that dis
veteran of vast experience thinks 'at later the
returned the overpayments voluntarily turkey: shooting in I expert who planned the unique trade groups will discuss the prob- plans in connection with the suit t tt pute."
the beverage field is the
green week. They traveled from New said lem to determine if such !on Monday j Defending William L. Hntche-
but others chose to postpone program that the 500-foot a pro- i,t
We have
pasture. tried
just a York to Ga.
Nahunta. by
shipping holiday. Grade and size the "day of reckoning.h; !,I journeyed from there by private feature televised show will be rate is feasible in Florida. j j i Kirkman took office as directorof i 1> son. head of America's earpeni -

regulations are now in effect. Re- added. automobile. on a regular program in much the Discussing matter estercia the department in Otcober ,i tens who has been criticized: for
same manner as a short subject 1945. He is chief administrator his part in the Hollywood trouble.
,. C. C. Commander ,
turns to the grower are less than * general
the cost of producUon."Nearly erage fields to make-color added Sand Obstructs Thief making up a complete moving. picture manager of the Florida Citrus of the state highway patrol and ,;Tobin declared that the building
program. Exchange at Tampa and a is responsible for the weight inspection trades industry; has now almost
an of the proposals er double our advertising efficiency, A NOCTURNAL prowler benton While scores of movies of citrus r. member of the FCC. said that of motor vehicles operated eliminated Jurisdictions misun-

,complaints prominently mentioned altogether an ally to put juice making as much illegal and this melon of the State a something Is vitally necessary i,i in the State. I{ del-standings.

have some merit, except handle dispensers In public schools. to hay as possible while the moon have been made In the past thisis to restore confidence in the I The Attorney General made no I II, lie said that put family

doing away with the Citrus over-production through shone finally bogged down in the first television attempt. trade. Comment beyond the suit Itself quarrels resulted from "the
(lam..1.100. This of course export even at a loss If necessary sand Jacksonville Dick Pope majordomo j(' i .
at of
some yesterday Cypress : but indicated he. too. mtrht.have revolution In the building Indnstry.
would be sheer folly until we to materially reduce cost of handling and escaped only with his Gardens will direct the film He pointed out that the fruit I "
additional
have something better and from tree to consumer and I own person .. Police said seven ing which will be done today and that Is moving to market is going I i jday.an statement on Mon "If Government trespasses on
would only be advocated through to meet any and all problems witha I at tomorrow. a L Cae into consuniDtlon-but at orices
stores were robbed starting I the of labor
right to settle it*
,Ignorance or malice However common front as they arise: I about 2 a-m, with the lou including Part of the show would have COL.:R L. SCOTT JR. returning the growers mostly each proposal has Its ramifications "The day of the speculative: operator auto tires and batteries been filmed yesterday but for a -I I ink. This he attributes to a lack I utive Board, composed of the it will encroach
. to address meet I of 't goes on further
is control of
probably about over. Our marketing. Governor and his Cabinet lastTuesday
,
and complications. It Is ; i tools cigarets a ham and $90 slight mishap the accidental ; on the liberties of the workers
emnparitively easy to raise the jacking and processing . All this except the money ducking of five of Pope's models with 22 confirmed Jap planes shot It is Commander's opinion that went against objection and their organizations" Tobin

solids requirement but does the have to become mere manufactur-I was recovered from the ear who were wearing new colorful 'down and nine probables. He returned volume prorate properly handled. of the Attorney General and padded

consumer like high solids or ing plants serving the producer at which got stuck in the sand of a bathing suits especially designed to combat duty In May.j with the most equitable system i upheld Kirkman in his dismissal The teamsters the first
fair l I i I ,,\ are
a price on rendered. possible to devise will at
service once
does be prefer a bland rather city repair job on a vacant lot for color movies. 1944. and served in China and in of Patrolman L. L. MeElveen group of top American :federationof

than sweet'flavor. It all certainly be co-operatives.Is not necessary An individualcan that. * I It was necessary to dry out thesuits S the Okinawa campaign. !'I trade stabilize renewed the market confidence i and give in the the from the Patrol Labor executives: to meet here.

"In our mail order business we operate . The car was returned to Its I before going on with the Before being reassigned to the" Florida deal. I McErrten was dismissed: : en '',The building and construction

received many complaints on the co-operative more due efficiently to the lack thana of owner, since It had been stolen filming. 14th Air Force in Orlando he was "The truth of the matter is that (i charges of disobedience insubor- I trades department will gather

taste and texture of seedless oranges necessity for continuous I tOG Thousands of oranges and 1 Ion special assignment with head- today the trade doecnt' know what 1 I dination. neglect of duty and sev1 Thursday, and on Jan. 39 the
(Hamlinl with solids of compromise. FSCW Enrollment Told grapefruit will be used In the picture quarters. AAF. in Washington. At
We must have a completely Florida citrus fruit is worth- 1 oral other counts but Watson de- I JAFL's executive board which
about 9 shipped early in Decem- controlled Industry but there is a: OFFICIALS at Florida State Col- which will feature closeups. present he and his family are living Buyers don't know what they: i dared at an earlier' meeting of f j"numbers among its members WU-

ber and complaint on Pineapple place for every efficient operator i yesterday announced I in Winter Park. might expect from one day to the the Board that he believed thetewas ham Green and John L. Lewis

oranges with much higher solids in the State today and a better a total of 3.775 studentsenrolled I Tallahasee branch of the University -, Kiwanis and Lion clubs win next and the fruit is not arriving a connection between the dis- win convene.

due to sourness. What is to hap and more comfortable place than ; for the institution's Fall of Florida. 2.662 women students -', meet with the Chamber of Com- in any too good shape. he said. II missal and the testimony given by

pen to the grower who has fruit or meet of them can now occupy. and Winter quarters. ..The regis | of the college and 409 children ' !merce Friday evenjig. Tickets All this in my: opinion can be McElveen at a grand Jury investigation Two Held in RobberyFORT

a variety never attaining very high The crux of the matter is not rar's office reported the figure at FSCWs demonstration, I!must be obtained in advance from straightened out by some sort of of Sheriff Nell Law of MYERS (API A 22
solids Volume control with the Chamber of Commerce office. -year-
a necessarily in materially Includes 705 men enrolled in the 'school. control of marketing"Commander Brooksvllle several weeks
reducing ago. old convict with record of three
treat real of loose fruit in the Chamber members will vote on the a :
the number of said he was not advising ,
State packing and pro- amended constitution and Watson was not present at the prison breaks and a 15yearoldboy
a past performance that new bylaws
all or shippers to
cessing growers
plants but I'
In
does not honestly picture an everchanging number of reducing the and directors for 1947 will be join the exchange or any other Board meeting In which McElveen's were arrested yesterday by

industry and a multitudeof to give these marketing agencies and 'Climatic elected. Directors whose terms expire co-operative proposition but dismissal was upheld but Collier County sheriff's deputies
agencies control even Hanger'Hears he previously had said he would I in connection with the armed
shippers is not feasible."I to the extent of elimination of are Carl S. Graves. Richard merely to join in some method of
served on the last volume part of the ,I Edgerton. M. V. Simpson and Alfred controlling the volume and consider it a personal reflection robbery of a cafe.
crop.
control committee and the shipping : Rehbaum. quality so as to insure the highest on the Attorney General If the

quotas requested always This Is the last country to possible dollar for all con patrolman was dismissed. The common water flea Is the

greatly exceeded the crop e tl. even pretend it possesses a free Completion cerned. best food for aquarium tubes moss

mate. We tried hard to make competitive enterprise. And we Florida The world's largest and smallestanimal experts acree.CHllK.UNE.

I volume proration a success but jut pretend became at the present live in water. Ranging

equitable distribution of prorates time we are the complete EGUN FIELD [AP] A gigantic "climatic hangar," Incorporations Citrus Bureau Reports from one-celled microscopic amoe-
domination of labor. b.> to multi-tonned'whalee.
was not possible then and with And we
capable of accommodating six B-29's at is 1,338,659 Boxes Sent i
awaiting
more marketing agencies is less blindly go on oar deluded way once Reach 4,007.JACKSONVILLE
'ao today. The beverage field undoubtedly each fighting the other for the finishing touches at the Army's air proving ground here. WINTER HAVEN API Last

is virgin territory, but ephemeral benefit .. an air- The $10 million project is designed for testing planes! tAP Incorporation week's citrus shipments a* reported
people dealing with bottled drinks tilled dollar wo will find the and aviation equipment under any weather conditions. of busman institutions by the State Citrus InspectionBureau i

are interested in a fixed price for ranks of so-called labor filled Snow sleet rain and sand storms< in Florida reached 4.007 during totaled 1333.659 boxes I & DDT;

their raw material and generally with our own growers and the can be created to order. Winds the first 11 months of 1948 and against 1.571.330 boxes last week. q
work end will be complete doors fitted with stand factual evidence of the Last week's
on a fixed margin of profit control by ranging from gentle breezes to gency escape I as shipments were '
Who today Is In a position to fur Uncle Sam instead of ourselves. hurricane be "panic" knobs. growth of the State the Florida J63J25 boxes of grapefruit: 927.-
velocity can Now AvailableA
nigh yearly supplies at a fl zed "The biggest frontier of all lies duced and temperatures between pro- You just hit them and go on I State Chamber of Commerce said 729 of oranges and 14 1.005 of W>ER, YOU DRAW A

price in line with competition. Our ahead. The frontier of continuously 74 degrees below zero to more through." said CoL IL W. Randall yesterday. tangerines. Previous week's were Limited Numbe'tTRIEDcmd.PROVEN

pre-greened Valenclas! are the providing every American than 160 degrees above be commander of Eglin Fieldsclimatic I "New businesses chartered since : 233.325; l.l00.4'l8, and 337529. HALK LINE.YOU LEAVE

finest citrus fruits produced in the with his quota of things and op obtained. can squadron. He added thatWater mid-1945 have maintained a I Season's total were 4022.149; DD'ECTfCID
world. I portunities. We have conquered a deluge" system capableof monthly average of 364 with the 11.819,838 and 1,958,418 for a RELIEF l CREAK OF I

"Color added has been the one I the land and the floods, the Dwarfing every other buildIng dousing the main floor with greatest monthly total. 435. in total of 17800205. Te Sufferers From J !.

great advance made by the Inatry I droughts and the winds-cow the oa the post, the silver 600.000 gallons of water an houralto May 1946. Since that time how ARTHRITISNEURITIS

to Indlcato externally this : time has come to conquor ignorance structure towers 90 feet above has been provided in case of ever monthly totals have been 1 sale and retail distributors transportation
:
tho ground. Its zee-ton main . RHEUMATISM
inner goodness. A shipping holiday i and under-nourishment and fire or explosion.Five generally downward although .
to thus help doors open on the huge principal than months companies; service establishments Stiff Mucl] & Joints
preserve greater
b democracy. corresponding
i Uke
building a dam t. I
gun ports have been set ; real estate organizations
prevent erosion. impounding Again I say this Idea of organization testing area. of 1945. This action followed the And Recurrent Pains The most convenient
a in the hangar's rear waU to per ; trade schools: hospitals and
The electric light bulbs which
i lot of water then breaking the inal. is certainly not orig illumine the hangar speciallydesigned mlt testing weapons under N.Uonal'pattem closely with the many types of amusement enterprises After I* rn W ultttln ,. method of applying
It has are
'.... Grade and she regulations been proposed and varying weather condition exception that percentage decreases ." secret trMtment i sad die borMnl.
will not tried many times and failed of to withstand extremesof nationally were greater thciKirattiU wtw crated flaw d DDTonDrainboards
by themselves do the ,
Bullets fired from the hangarwill .._
. .
complete achievement. The clearing temperature and the lofty walls than in Florida." the chamber arrant a .YalJabie
Job because -
there Is at times
be aimed at an outside target limited number oC prwHUUMd NMAuztR& house are braced against the 100-mile ion Pantry ,
enough gave us an Inkling Of pointed out.Seven .
top grade fruit available PRESCRIPitONS Each custom made s
.to break the market Also remember what might be accomplished. But winds which will be created inside range. A pitret deep States outranked Pierdin FlLIED oar Ubaratorr. E* rr J>l M'PV rt I Bathtubs.Window Sills
we have never found ourselves the building. crosses the hangar floor for use In total numbers of charters made cotta a MOSEY BACK GUARANTEE
we nave canneries.Merely looking into DESERT ROOM in bombing experiments. How :. For eotnpJK Mormcbwi and in alt places (frequented
an -
from
abyss
all
for the granted: New York J4JSS: California about talc remarkable isasau.sasp \
purpose of bragging bombs used will be dummies
four sides, there has always been Flanking the main testing room ever h ...'f: New Jersey 7.657;
a little I am quoting from of Thl Ad sad Man by Ants and
an away out other than through are smaller enclosures in which and only the effect his Today ,
co- Illinois 1.3H: Ohio MIS: Maaaaehnetta -
article wrote for Citrus Magazine operation. Now it would weather conditions will be constant and low temperatures oa bombay b EtoetroaM KanaaQMrMS other "
take Insects.
a {.bola and Pennsylvania

tn June. 1944. The production of donna and shackle will be HOdooraadt BI4g. Jcckaoovia*
freese. a hurricane and There will be "desert"
citrus a war. all a : I 4.418. On. per capita
fruit nil be much
not only tn Florida but greater also tn in the same :year and then it room where artificial sunlightwill observed. I I basis, however, Florida es....- ; t Name
Texas and to lesser would only be temporary. blaze for 12 hours a day lot- Gen. Carl A. Brandt, commander . ., ed each! 01 these States.
a extent in
California. Accurate records t "Our two trade groups United lowed by an equal period of dark-,J of the air proving ground reported i "Florida's new businesses Include Addrw ALL STORES 391

lacking to the are Growers and Shlrroers and Ftorirf.%, ness. A tropical marine room. tests at low temperature I l manufacturers of foods machinery II 0.1
as of
?o groves planted in Florida acreage the new last Citrus Producers TradeSS Li which can be flooded with water ]:already have been conducted in : wood products building materials ..

few but could in my opinion with enough to a depth of two and a half feet. I the hangar and tht reading of'I, textiles plastics chemicals
years of
estimates these
plantings range from 30.000 to hard 'work and enthusiasm organ will feature intermittent rainfall. I{I 70 degrees below zero had been i and miscellaneous Items: whole-
ise three of four marketing A teat designed ,i.obtained.I .
BO.ooo agencies stratospheric room -
acres.Add the fruit of these
new 1T01''bm representing practically everyshipper to accommodate human j|I under those conditions be said. II IIi
they reach beari l
i ing are to the increasing product and canner in the State. beings as well as equipment {a rubber tire would crack like attuaUy' exposed to low vmpers *
The next step! would be to if struck and
tion of older persuade will simulate altitude rangingup glass plexiglass >
of groves and the magnitude i growers to sign up their to g.00* feet and temperature would shatter at a tap. I, There's great difference pen l

tion Is apparentTh. our prospective produc fruit with a shipper or canner I l dropping to M degrees I TEAKS NEEDED Brandt observed between knowing -s

consumer demand for I committed to one of these marketing below sere. A humid "Jungle Gen. Brandt said the proving i iI I that several months of shivering :
organizations. I have '' lie ahead and knowing the
Citrus fruits an room wm provide condition ground already has climatic experiments a
will l less than it is I
today, at least ::1'l a while because -',Ildea that nearly every one of our favorable to fungus and mold I pending which win take I opening of a door will let one escape
Independent Into
of lessened. employment and canners would prefer I growth. Spore of every type of {I several J ara0 complete after bright Florida sunshine
lower consumer buying power. handling fruit directly for producers fungus will be available t* start ,the hangar >is ready: for us*. Later, I I Most of the Army's low temperature 'EVOUREYES EXAMlNfOTOOAV(

Moreover or their uenta on a basisof the he expect it to prove valuable to experiment are being> con
the United States Government I preeeues.Another
which has purchased approximately I cost: plus a very reasonable re : room wm be used for j civilian industry. It U the only I ducted in Alaska at present .

25 per cent of the turn on their capital Investmentj I testing aU kinds of airplane engines known project of its nature tn the The General was not certain '
than to try' to when the
j make a speculativeprofit i hangar would bo complete \
Florida production of all citru:I I Including Jet propulsion ,world
fruit the under the present chaotic Oboerver protected by The officer declared the big"awads reporting labor troubles aseveral !
last two years, for the i conditions. The Legislature type I 'i : :: i
4 armed forces and lendlease.t'i would seven layers of plate glass will be structure would save equipment manufacturing {

be buying little! if any citrus after pass Ida an act authorising the Flot- 1 able to supply the engines with 1 of dollars in transportation expense I'plants had delayed installation of
Citrus Commission to appropriate parts of the project. -V Although tuberculosis. la l one ol... oldest
the war. It is conceivable that we I oil and gasoline from a soundproofed 1' by providing all possible .
'nay for a while at least have ] S250000 for this pur vantage point. weather condition in one location I - known disease*. Its ClaM was first concise-

outlet for only 80 or M per cent .Bureau pose. With newspaper the help' ,of magazine the Farm. Other auxiliary facilities include saving the Army the coat: of MEN of 50-60! ivelj proved whoa Robert Koch isolated the

of the fruit we are producing today :J physic chemistry and physiological taking men and equipment toarea
radio bale
stations bacillus
j and 1 tubercle
personal a over i/ty
and by that tune have a much i j I organization couitact. laboratories. A specially j such a* Alaska and Africa. I 1 years eauTbt Il'
could be
greater production than we have' brought about. Federal and State :trained physician wm be assignedto ,, Bo said Ute Army has II officer Don'l Dre B-4CT soccei retuluojc from vigorous; public

today.: laws now tn effect might be used study the effects of expert- and some ZM men fas health nest ores,paru uUrlr f a the last quarter

"There are two paths that we ''to control any small majority not mental conditions on personnel. I Alaskan t present getting -eoUsoaked" MafceBplol5IMaYear century. ii Impretlive. At the I beginning of
ran follow. One la free eompeUU ALARM SYSTEMS ta areparatioa for assignment -
willing to
.n as .. are now eipertea- co-operate. Alarm systems line the hangar to work at the ham the century tobercuk I ltd the list of disrates si the

ring it. This means survival fora "I premised. myself and others corridors: at several points. readyto gar. H* added the Northern brings Here Is an absorbing occupation that t most request ClaM of dsath. Today it has dropped toevents

few. It means that ...*.. out who were tired of w-rtng mo give warning if poisonous gases territory has one advantage mature men op U SISjOOO a year. .
There it it should
Instead of wearing themselves out for l place. ao reason mbr nee drop
.1 !S.*** grower will go broke" around that I would disappear or explosive vapors create dangerous over EgUa: tig Icefcoi" a
all have to ek other employment from the public view la the eltru conditions.: The main testing that penoaael stationed there mediocre pay-men tn the middle years completely from the list of importof ceases of death.

for food and shelter (,.. picture. However I am beginning I room is equipped with erner- are <*.*pycaoUgteUy' well a* now may that qualify pays for dividend an wn*>ra you l opportunity Cream t I Thi splendid record .has r**.ltd from the combined
to get hungry and
tan get along without clothes h! or-
$Florida It means that the remaining . ante Juice Is not as good a meat about' This f rtn ttnr healthful: career h efforts of essay II ocif" Aa calightvaed public opinion

1.... will emerge badly subtUtote. *e I cannot resist one brought H. C. Rutaa. new man starting k a with respect the wait of the pbrikisa' unites has
March 1I4, ".135. in g months BUI i
bent hungry and extremity ..- more plea that we help o nelvethrough .. I !
coetnbaied
BARGAIN lamer got .12UOO m 18 months of immeasaftblr. live that loaf-delsjed pby*
......?. lUwrrer. this coarse win Intelligent Joint effort
1.4.. O. A. Bushman earned MO1J0first kal *
permit as to mala that feeling cwt of this men w* are In."Knowing I caaaiastioa today. V are prescnpuoa. sptdahw-
maattla-eftnC" ever fljpeo
of railed lndl,Mualt -. with .3
about all
of the personalities
per month Ourtng 12 months of 144.J. .
which. .o -117" of ow citruapeople involved I realize perhaps NEW 28 FT. CARTER TRAILER U UtCuOougn earned S14.M4.0 LastS ,
are so plentifully .. better than the average that
C. A. '
years Solberg earned young fortune
dewed IncMeatly Into. tare this is a gigantic undertaking but J
of 1H.1:5..
a will a ...contribute.... la our lmmea form.araoir of Gov"Th to- E that most of everything the IS 000 that growers' I have have.and Is 1 Single Axle-10.00x20 Tires I'-Ul.noJIG.mantas a sarl.K. A.la.Maoist J years earned K. K. Crtn u.- I

___
L In citrus: land and trees. As individuals '
-" -
Mlitt in sing noout of 1t4t. Aa figure Angebilt Pharmacy
other la the path of or I believe an of us are certified. Over 1M of our men .
Sides ,
ganiMUcn-caU n co-operation if willing ,e,do our share but in- Corrugated earned from 1400 to $.000 tn one month

you want which leads to the done dlrtduany the only thing we can marty' brgmaers. Tbeae tress earnings are of eoane exceptional 27 N. Orange Are. Phone 933!
crening upon a reasonable prosperity do Is to delegate authority to a
they are NOT average. But with peacrtlntr activity restored, they
fair compensation for bard few The war taught us to aceompasb -
should be even' better Men
one: ba&krcpt now tare borne ear eoCc
tract and a mile ha. P1DfSL the tmpocsib! Lettdon't
education tar cbfitirea. atcurttr for future Opentcn new ta tats territory
"Organization will permit us U forget that lesson. I'' Also for these able' to travel few werk at a t-ma Oar productCC San Juan Pharmacy
have complete and orderly distribution "There to destiny that makes us ORLANDO TRUCK SALES INC. ( & Pat. No. r lHf said to bJfbHtradr, dnlZied BMO-Baeafarturers. -'i
to maintain quality .& brother
0
; bunnies effKlai: merchants lane fans aDd ranch owners
pay for aDd cut down Uamlrntreeo Ncoo ton his way atone 1020 W. CHURCH ST. on bat eret&* farms, a* down paymves. We make aa oeimrte* aDdJ.am..p j 2 N. Orange Ave phone 5169C
U that U D<
verttume- < others PHONE 2-23C3 : peeled to terminate. BOOB. greatly toenoj ermaad. Big season >art i
i barn es back Into our own I ahrad. Raaft name age for M3 dttaZs.: Tlce-rrefiOaU. ?A. fat 1U !f
to control volume, to develop ber-" I -Mart&as. 00. ran" wetly 1. TUU. ..._



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Orlando, Florida, January 19, 1947 Eijr fi-rnlmrl-S'tar( Page'9
Harvesting of Irish potatoes In Builders To Map Winter Park News I _n- --------
Florida during the lUS-" mar- I I
ly MARGARET GREENE Telephone Wvitet Pork 233 COMPLETE TRAINING .
keting season totaled 6010,000 I Rollins' Animated Langford. son of Mrs,;
Harold V.
Holland MagazineTo
116 E. New England Ave. Hrun 11-12 and 4-5. Mmday thro** Friday. Pepper
bushels valued at $11.744.000. Instead W. B. HendriX of 1110 E. MartsSt.
of 6.010 bushels as reportedin Plans for Year .. and Donald A. Fisher. son of
the Orlando Morning Sentinel Winter ParkBrevities Princeton Club Be 'Published' Feb. 23The Mrs. A. Fisher of 230 DePauwSt. t
.. have both completed basic
Plana for the coming year will I Row With FHA famed Rollins Animated which I training at Fort Bragg. N. C. and
College Magazine,
be discussed at the regular meet are being advanced to the next ,
ing of the Central Florida Builders To Hear DeanWINTER annually attracts up to 10,000 Central Floridians to its "edi step of their training, ,the Army
WRnow Exchange in the Chamber of WINTER PARK The City WASHINGTON close teamwork torial office" will be "published" for the 20th time Sun : announced yesterday

Commerce Bldg. tomorrow at 8 Commission will meet tomorrowat with Sen. Pepper ID-Flal day, Feb. 23, Pres. Hamilton Holt announced yesterday. ,I
Some dark restaurants now use
7:30 pm. for its regular adjourned I Although the list of contributors to the That'
pjn.This session. PARK-Members of : Sen. Holland, received his first ) "Magazine- illuminated menus.
will be the first meeting the Princeton Club of Central Comes Alive" win not be <
baptism of political fire here ina announced --- -- -
Kiwanis Club at its I
officers supper
at which newly-elected
Florida and their families will until early February Dr.
meeting tomorrow will install officers series'of sharp exchanges with I I magazine again will wield the
GREATEST I win preside and William McCree gather: Tuesday evening at the Holt said it would rival last year's
WORLD'S .Jr. new president. is expected to for 1947.They the Federal Housing Administration blue pencil as editor. Dr. E. O,
Kirby-Smith Tea Room on Inter- 'production when Greer Oarson of
NATURAL AQUARIUMSPEED : outline the long range programof are: Waldo Plympton lachen Ave. to hear Dean Francis i over patronage appointments the movies: Brig. Oen. Carlos Grover vice president of Rol-
the exchange. president succeeding; Charles O. !at Jacksonville and Miami. | lins again will act as publisher. :
BOAT B iutul; Rare : Three new members will be Andrews; Maynard Baldwin,. vice- R. making B. Godolphauof a tour of Princeton the South-whois I I!I The "plums" which the two Romulo.in the Philippines United States representative : Alex-- Contributors to the Animated 'S
president and W. M. Oirardeau Senators sought for their
,welcomed into the exchange-the own ander H. WeddelL former U. S. Magazine deliver their manu-
K Kirby-White Co. air conditioning slate of candidates -t; -"L." :tt Ambassador to Argentina: Bob '
0 guest of Dr. A. W. Vernon on' scripts from a canopied platform
include David An-
/ River CofTc. & GiftSHOPS
; Wade Scott. Inc. builders were the Feller the baseball pitcher and 1)
drews. R. C. Baker. H. Merritt Osceola Ave. | vacancies occas- others appeared.Dr. that serves as an editorial office. FLIOHtSr
to the Gulf !specialties and A. H. Shadix. I
Robert R. Harold Dean Godolphin is being consulted i ,
Britt Johnson.
ion by the resig- as subscribers listen while seated
Winter Park contractor.
Mutispaugh. Harold Ward Jr.. and by high school principals' Holt, who ririnated the scttlDUUDr
nation of M. M. stools out-of-doors.
- on camp
I A motion picture temperature
on -
KeneIm Winslow. and students regarding the entrance -
I: control also win be Ihown.i Lions Club at its supper meeting requirements at Princeton. Parrish.ville FHA Jackson-regional sion. is the Pepper-Holland choice To filament r to JACKSONVILLE '
i Plans for the exchange meetIng Wednesday will hear Dr. Hobart A member of the class of 1924. for the Jacksonville post. qualify as an efficient ito
director, effective
I in an electric light bulb
Feb. 17 call for an open forum I B. Amstutz. who has been he taught Greek and Latin before ,, The jobs are: rated CAF-1J '
Feb. 7. and tungsten must be 99.99 per cent TAMPA
!on subjects of vital interest to I helping reorganize schools and entering the Marine Corps here about $7,100 annually. !
Paul Connor, pure.
,er s r. all men in any branch of the I[churches of the Malay PenninsU- he was in many of the Pacific ]I
chief of the MI-
'la. \ .to MIAMI
building industry. It was ex campaigns. :
plained.3H. | Chamber of Commerce at its ami regional of- L
He Is
Interested
j particularly
I luncheon meeting Wednesday in helping returned veterans i fice.According to ORMOND A. McABEE l .ed InrormotfUte tlottf .tIeM -
will discuss the proposed
y noon
4"'z 4at i with their problems In education the best information *
new zoning ordinance which will .
make some sweeping changes in and readjustment. i the SenHolland harinj yean of experience Is qualified to be I wn.sw sF3 Mw etLLIW.d.
l : Winter Park broadening the areas Any Pnncetonians living or visiting : ators charged the FHA with over- I ,,--n aIr
In which multiple housing may be in this area are invited to haste in endeavoring to fill the "YOUR TRAVEL AGENT"AIR Orw 11.1ar a-wa......
yLCHTI m llorWa ,located and creating areas which I call Dr. Vernon [I368-R to make i I O'COnnor vacancy without prior I ......rwwv.aas........
y Beseh. may be utilized for commercial reservations for Tuesday evening's. consultation with Capital Hill.
P. of NAypNr j or industrial purposes. A mass-i i dinner. Earl Robbins the choice of I BUS AND STEAMSHIP TICKETS Skylin cwM ocnpt MHn li..M fc

meeting at which this subject will j Frederick A. Van Patten commissioner w tr.. ..f.lt.t ............., tirfMt
'I be given additional considerationby "Wildlife in Action" tomorrow of zone 2. and FranklinD. I CRUISES AND TOURS to Try SkylitM) ..... Ik Hunt!
,
g the community-at-large. will night at the Elementary School Richards, assistant field commissioner i
? D ;be on.Jan. 31. at the Elementary may be obtained at the Beal- met no favor with ..d.siv.ty lot pw.q..wn.y eahbB.
AI.... for .. .
-si;' 'I School. Maltbie Shell Museum. Student Pepper and Holland. .t of n.w.

,m pt.T d ufdal Because the Woman's Club win tickets are 25 cents including tax. The two Senator and Rep Miom'-:-P. & 0. STEAMSHIP .-Harono
blue Ra lua be co-operating with the Chainof The pictures will begin at 8:ISpjn.
George Smathers Miami and
KJ.4" ,
E t. I Missionary Assemblies on They are by one of the
piTK' eyletn e a* one Wednesday morning to hear Mrs. world's leading ornithologists. Bob Sikes. Crestview. endorsed LANIER TRAVEl SERVICE SUNNILAND TRAVEL BUREAU I

4 M d SsnULpBa gerthGEps or adM Induk Pahk discuss Korea'sI Robert Pellingen. and the event Arthur A. Adkisson present assistant EsfaNbbed: lies E: UMlih*. ISM i
. $ 0* nTEt. Place in World Affairs. there will I has been made possible by the FHA chief at Miami t. iI I
stairs T Scat 55555 5 I be no meeting at the clubhouse at :Audubon Society of Florida. fill O'Connor's shoes. Adklsson

FEE S.e1 NYr that time. I I The concert at the Seminole Is a former Peraaeola resident. 30 E. PINE ST. PHONE 5301 I 1t..1...hi.. Tn aegrn.sMt_ .H'-..
G#" ?i I However, on Friday afternoon, Hotel this evening ill be a piano Meanwhile the Senators served 1C Nat\otq {(rat
ys 1pA Vrt'f the Department of Art will present recital by Dr. Helen Moore of the notice on the FHA that a repetition "_0 ....Sl.
"'- ". BgiC1I.1 % 4!! I Mrs. Victoria Hutson Huntley Rollins Conservatory faculty. The of the,Miami Incident must
"t _::.pk .. 4A11d O internationally known artist public is invited. not occur in filling the Partlsn
T'1Fy.2.1877.ltt.il.xl who is now making her home in I
# 1jESt The concert at the Virginia Inn. vacancy next month. According
Winter Park. will discuss to which the public is also Invited
anh& to the best information Boyce A.
\"Fine Prints to Make will be presented by Jack Kelly
,
Williams former chairman of the .
(Theme and will have on exhibit baritone, and Mrs. Phyllis Bias.I I I Florida State Industrial Commit- c
{some of her own prize-winning i i I pianist. Virginia Inn will be open - - -
work. :'I I this year until April 31.
University Club win have as Its : Because of the Chain of Mis-
1 pow-wow speaker Tuesday afternoon sionary Assembly programs this Asthma Mucus
Edward Hicks Hume discussing -' week there will be no session of
I Solving the Chinese'(, the School of the Scripture or- Uoieiied Z
Question." On Friday. Albert !lolnarily I' held Thursday.The First Day .

will discuss "Dime next study:; of shells, sponi for Thousands of Sufferers
and Dime Novelists" with :i sored by the AAUW with Miss Lamea' Parker 17-JewI v
= '
k : .::, f ==:
1.1 1 I
Judy:; Hudgings as instructor, will aid tre..r watch. Basket wear l ;
yoi e.a t
Tomorrow evening the Woman's be Thursday at 8 pm.. at the" .55:= ion ar.p.rly. sa r'=a 4.-d L.s band and case of yellow
of the Congregational Shell Museum. Rollins College. ai.looter .eeesnry to suSer. horn thew lent-
Church will present O. Sidney There is a small fee. aloe alt.e2wab.et rres a pbyfeta.y U. sinus yw ea gold.
\Phelps on its Community Lecture I The second of the weekly series asra : ten ws4,_ $4230
Series. He will discuss "Japaa of pictures on Central and South aro.cuM trim when {b.. .wWy q.lrk 10 U>e y
Tomorrow." America at the Annie Russell kilo liquefy, t\iea
1 Mrs. Clarence King.New Haven. Theater will be at 5 pm. today. knnptn{ Lucas: .'hre.Ileviatl..{w.1h.irass r

Conn. Is spending this month Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Morgan win :=/= ...earMO.
with her aon. Dr. Wendell C. KIng. entertain and teachers of today. Tao 4net.d fie
parents Ds 18 a..s.r ..r ....w.<< trial '.
of the Rollins faculty. Mrs. King '.the sophomore class at a tea today bow wtiekly i** S.y w TM to tM hi d
and young ruce whom she ac- I' from until 5:30 pm. kite; hack 5s1.w caaptetdr, unad>
I comnanied home after they had
I spent;the Christmas vacation with @

!her Mrs.there.Ray Greene is planning an CharterAmbulance ''lltat
I elaborate flower show for the "
Winter Park Garden Clubs annual ; ; '1>" \
I two-day event early in 4r.4 "
,
Business '
Pteasurel
1 March. ..
Mr. and Mrs. C. Calvin Boyer
I of Doylestown. Pa, are visiting 't
1r Kirk Ave. Service SSti l ''

War-ren CftS fr3X {' ,

rive shortly to spend several :' ) S
in M 1tIand. The Rev. Mr. War-

i
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Cronynof
Bernardston. Mass are guests t? -
TO HAVANA CUBA at the Altamonte HoteL
All former Smith students and -

THE S. S. nOMDA. ... .! ....de.** ...** hasty KBM faculty members living or visiting ll J "'.c.O'C.
fa sailiav agaial Lcarmv Miami. yea COB BOW enjoy) a in this area are invited to the tea Arenpe Flying' Time 1
dvbgbriul) 4uw r and s gloneKP el .. being given Saturday at 3 pm. New 1946 Twin
seining rtauunvat EngineBEECHCRAFT
aboard tbip. niriaf B. BMnuBg la / _tic H...... by the Smith College Group of TC: .:::.::: ::: ht:c> y, el'
Winter Park at the home of Mrs. =
etit.5 5Cs
IOUKD' TRIP FARE ioclmaia $4200 W. Stewart Gilman 511 Osceola .
maU and berth at .... Mi.? Taw e ... - saS r
Ave.Although there is a full program Cruise in Luxury and Comfort ::' -- \.: :.. y
MONDAYS. Er. Miami 1 P.Iff' All HA VAHA TBTt..V A.M. at the Research Studio in Mait-
until its closing 200 M.P.H. 7 .2 Distinctive a
I/ land from now Passenger = r7-Jewel
====
-. .WEDNESDAYS Mini 1 P.M. l ML HAVANA THftS.I 1.M. in the late Spring the studio is Departure from your nearest airport s.-CoM __ .J: watch with yellow gold w.
but the Gar-
,,gi .fRIDAYS. . If. Kiwi 1 P.M. ML HAVANA UT...UM.cz closed den Chapel each Monday and Mayan Loggia Wire-phone-20 BlueGRIFFIN ::::... .... -1i.. CAM and feather strap.
across the road from the studio
REWR"" tin iae. 1.. N.v..s MS. TH"", '.. SUN. zoo .... are open every day. These are: $32. 0Stvrdj.
Av. Mt.M WfO. ,.... 1tIIOH. I JO ... free to the public.
Yon nAYn aGate ..... .. ..... ..
M. u k a< MT annual Camellia Show at
The
... ....
lia M.t << .. .a n..w. .......
l. .... au*.,. 1 r .ur tsrlww... r-"-... saw. Mead Botanical Garden will be I J
..."" this Saturday and Sunday and the fioxvev
long season of warm weather will
_m""' ;''I: 11In'.1 ""I :."- bring some of the most beautiful

ST. AMS' :+:HIP V . blooms ever shown here. MT /
,. .y. I t Reserved seat tickets to the 17-Jew g .Ie 7
technieolored motion pictures
watch With father strap.
..
i Meal Mr tM sportstsaa. 5-
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TO ALL CENTRAL FLORIDA MOTORISTS $45.00




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Yeah Parker 17-} w lbasket r ,

Now Located. 11 Central Arcade 64 E. Central Are. wateA widi : -

Phone 5055 .e .... aM ease of

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Did you know that the Orlando AAA Club originally $47.soAttnett.

atnam sponsored the organization ct the Orlando Schoolboy r
Safety Patrol! That it equipped all the boys in the Orlando -

MON. WED- FRL HAVANA Winter Park and Winter Garden area with Sam
Brown belts and badges. That only last month it fur- S 45

nished Lt Rogers with 50 additional belts for the Safety

ROUND TRIP TICKET Patrol That it supplied all the schools with safety lessons ;
MEALS: and BERTH Included FROM and posters. .. T -3. w e l

OVERNIGHT TRIP $4900FIRSTCLASS watch with the Parker i ,

DANCE UNDER TROPICAL MIAMI The Orlando Branch of the North Florida Motor Clubis ParkaJU baUoe

SKIES a division of the American Automobile Association, wheeL .. .. .. ....
the World's oldest and largest federation of motorists.. $27JO
HAVANA ALL EXPENSE PACKAGE

2 Days eM 1 Night .fa H...... Hotel Gna Amerkn..-. will bark.Tramfera. If you are not a member. Join your AAA dab DOW. the personal I

Hea.... .( Jeqgegt. S bfteetofSame ..................SIUO benefit* are many. !

As Abe*.. HOTEL INGLATIUA ..................._..1".50 EZDVTCVOCT mchaaical rood Personal accident poUcy.errtee. ...... ........ Las.i.t .

HOTEL LINCOLN .............................$20' 0 tSjKM bail botsd. c -
Towing and wrecker service.
Ltfal aer.kaT .
t HOTEL flAZA .
.$20.S0Ham ,,
change rrtce RM4 tajflrmnioo and trip
smuiaamoH .;.$%S.50 Cmerttncy ctBftry **rrtc*. ptamring

Ham NACJONAL DE CUIA ._.X2tS0rot Brake aDd babe inspection flap, and toot boats
nICE oa 1'110'11: ref. and adksimeat Arcooadstloaa.


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t Rent Control End ,. 1 1 JJidl !: I/Jl!: l J1-1 r ] 1I


10 THE SUNDAY SENTINEL-STAR, ORLANDO FLORIDA JANUARY 19. 1947



l Fight Gains Support I Building Sold I DeLand Construction


l' I, VIOLET DUNHAM drl afi'a
.-4: [Executive Secretary Florida: Association+ of Realtors :I I

I4. THIS WEEK WE learn that following Pres. Truman's For $$41,000 Activities Booming
to Congress appealing to them to take steps at

f' once to extend rent control beyond its expiration date of I'
Bldg. 22 W. Pine i If T. A. MICE ).1 ,
The Cheney
< June 30, Sen. O'Daniel [D-Tex] introduced a bill which St. was sold to W. H. Belk Jr.. I fOur Own S'a'f \rrespondent
1; would drop the whole rent control system Feb. 1. He was of Charlotte N. C.. for $42,000. DELAND-While a slight slackening in real estate

backed by Republicans Wherry< Robert R. Tyre. Realtor reportedlast transfers has been noted during the past month, this let-
i:Nebraska: Moore. Oklahoma and housing shortage quickly. week. up has been accompanied by a construction program of
Bustield. South Dakota. * Belk emphasized that the such volume that it has almost assumed the proportions ofa
* *
-SAMPLING of Real Estate purchased for investment -
ONE of the largest audiences Facts," a survey just received building was purposes only, and building boom, but throughout all the communities of l

Realtors tenants and through courtesy of Merrill that there was no idea of opening West Volusia County new con-o
landlords heard the Thursday Lynch. Pierce Fenner & Beane. any new store or business struction is noted. 1,r property noted this week at the
night Town Meeting debate In indicates a levelling off of pricesof of any kind in the building. Fa With every available building' county clerk's office was the sale
which Herbert U. Nelson, executive residential properties, and The one story frame dwelling W trades worker employed the demand by B. M. Johnson to Eugene H.
vice-president of National that a new level is being estab- of Frank R. Miles at 31 E. Van- -< Jones of the home en East Rich
for these services continues
Assn.of Real Estate Boards carried lished. About half the reports derbilt was purchased by W. E. t:I Ave. in Sherman's subdivisionfor
the torch for eliminationof indicated price of business properties Garland for $17000 through the _. ::_ great and they are erecting every 11300.
drastic controls. is about the same as last Tyre office with Robert Huey act- type of structure from the smallest \
w wTjTLORIDA year, also that both price and ing as salesman in the transaction ONE OF THE MOST COMFORTABLE HOMES on 1000.I I The deal was handled through: the office it of dwelling units to business F. -Jeff'-'"
I Association of Archi-! I dollar volume of farm lands Is Other sales made during the Lancaster Lake shown above, the home of Frank O. C. Stewart Realtor. It has three bedrooms and buildings of great proportion. ?
F tects In recent convention about the same. This "levelling past three months totaled $165.- Sharp at 1010 Lancaster Dr. has been sold to !.Ir.1 i I two baths was especially designed for the asbestos Residences in the $5000 to $10.000
took Issued with the WET bill In I off seems t. be the present condition 750. Tyre reported. They included and Mrs. Denis Harran for a reported price of $ |I shingle siding and has a lifetime roof. 1 I number.class are going up in greatest Elk 1MCo .w _
Its public housing provisions. It In Florida with no desperation :
,was charged that the National I I baring. i The Mebane Buick Bldg. 101 W. 1 I Building materials seem to be .trarton Mcnhaata
Housing Administration would * Central sold by Hamilton and in good supply following the removal lee RoIr Flxfem r>htt&ayIU..tJ
spend the $45 billion it seeks for ,JO. ANDERSON president, Wauchula has developed Edgar Hackney to Walter Hovaterfor Grove Purchases Backed of price controls.It N, Mills St. r... MT4SOLIN'S
[ eo-called low-cost, lowrentalhoustn2' a Negro town in Wauchula $84.000 cash.Tyre handled the is believed here that the -
,, which virtually would which is outstanding.Starting several :sale.The recent increases in the amount of
take of home of Herrick Booth at loans that can be negotiated for
over the building Industry
I years ago with a six-year plan, -- Two Orange County grove sale!<> -- INC.
the country. The architects were he remodeled 100 old buildings. 1610 E. Jefferson, was sold to were reported last week by the mortgages to veterans baa been responsible -
of the opinion that released from There Is a church school house. Elie Vivenay, for $16,500. I
Head Rex-McGill Investment Co. Realtors {City hi great measure for the
all restrictions. building: throughout -j store and movie theater, recently The home of Elie Vivenay at 758 Battery to men who when purchasing Building I rush to build and there will be no NEW CAKS lOt KENT
the nation would meet the 1 opened. Plaza Ct.was sold to Capt. Stand- expressed the belief that recently letup during the months to come. Pk m 1-4IH

Babcock ring Preston;Jr. was for salesman 14000.in H.both C. Buys Home properties reduced made prices this an on excellent groves I Permits Show t Principal the transfer transactions of a residence involving I I 242 N. Prut?* AT*

sales.A :time to buy groves for investment --
business building at 358 StaleSt For $31,500 purposes. 'Home InterestSeven
.. sold Bunn to AT COST PRICE
was by Roy YOURS
The 20 of
I acre grove Mrs.Lucca
Smiley L Regan for $36,000. Tyre Frank C. Likes president of the I new residential building
C. Lovell I BUNGALOW
just south of NEW 5 ROOM
r handled the sale. Federal Storage Battery Co. of permits have been issued by City
I Winter Garden was purchased Venetian Blind*-Electric Range and Water Heater
Building Inspector A. E. Slauson
The home of Col. J. K. Dow- | Chicago purchased a $31,500 by Dr. II. A. Beshlian of Patter- the Beautiful Bath with Shower Lot 50x147
to bring January total of
ling at 3511 Dnbsdread Cr.. was :i home on Lake Fairview from Leo son N..1, for a reported priceof !homes under construction to 21.new PRICED ONLY $6.800
i
sold to Mrs. Hazel Ditmer for
$15.250. Babcock and Hueyserved !R.Cooper, who built the residence I $28000. I The homes ranged in priceup Phone Winter Park 536M
As investment property, it I
real .
J Carl Courtney estate broker.
to $10.000 and majoritywere
; as salesmen. 'f will be managed by Kazarosian a
reported yesterday.The
in the northeast section of I
I
and .
Tyre pointed out that residential Son grove managers.In ,
sales were made slightly below sale was handled by M. addition a 40 acre grove in Orlando.
prices which prevailed at the 1\ E. Eaker of the Courtney office. the Clarcona section. was sold by Permits were Issued to W. D. : FOR YOU
peak a few months ago. saying' Eaker also sold Merle Harris a the Addah O. Whitfield estate to I Pitcher. 211 East South Ave. $6- .
k there is a good demand for prop- I I $14,000 home belonging to Mrs. M. H. Kurkjian for a reported I 500 home and garage; George I Learn of an opportunity.ub-dlvtsion-BAYSHORES-located to own an Improved restricted home.
site in waterfront on
erties which are offered in line I Viola Diesbonrg at 101 Kennison price of 38000. I i Baer, 1132 Vassar Ave.. $7000; I a
Charlotte Harbor, off the Gulf of Mexico. In semi-tropical:
t I
with the market today. The demand -j Dr. overlooking Lake Lawsonia. !, In making the purchase Kurk- John C. Edwards. 834 E. Winter Florida.

for business properties 1 The Ukas home is on a large jian expressed the belief that Park Ave.. $10,000. II Purchase before prices go beyond your reach. Build later.
b{ this Lake Property Available. Four bedrooms three baths, electric which show a fair return on the landscaped lot. 503 feet deep, on prices of groves which slumped James Bates. 210 N. Westmor- Minimum size 50 )>y 120 feet Priced from $400. Terms if
kitchen. laundry and two-car garage. Six acres of which investment is good,he declared. Interlachen Rd. It has three bath- because of the weather and citrus land Ave. $5.000.; Mathew Wooley. desired. Send for f!Information today.
five are in young grove. No city taxes, but all conveniences. Five II rooms. I glut, will rise again to even ;11400 West Princeton Ave., $9,500;
minutes drive from business.section.: Price $25,000. Guernsey Green The Harris residence a large. I better levels for good property. Charles Noe. 3005 Farway St. $7.- I FRANK B. HAMLIN. PUNTA GORDA. FLA..o..oo.e.oaoee..eoooeee.
I former guest home containing 11 i I He said he was taking this opportunity 500, and Fred Simpson 823 Avondale -
RAY GREENE Realtor Form Insurance rooms. Harris is a representative I to add good groves to $3,500.Grovelond.
of Southern Life & Health Insurance the several hundred acres he now I .
114 Park Ave. S. WINTER PARK Telephone 620 Real Estate FirmJoe Co.Alabama. owns in this section. His properties Traits Sold S
I : are also managed by Kazarosianand [Spec.at! to The Sunday Sent net-Star] .
Guernsey Jr. formerly associated -! Contractor Son. 1, GROVELAND-Victor Kuharske ; : In FLORIDA.
with the realty firm of : Sales were made In co-operation has bought eight tracts and a portion . ee
McNutt and Heasley. and Wilson with Richard Kazaros. Realtor. I of five other tracts in the f
Buys Thiesing Home !Groveland Farms e FOR QUICK SELLING OF YOUR REALTY ee
Green Jr. originally from Nash- 3 section from Mr.
ville, and lately with Tucker and Gentile Buys Citrus ,i and Mrs. Ward N. Winn. HOLDINGS WE RECOMMEND THEe e
LOTS for SALE Branham. Insurance have formeda For $12,500 : Land Near Clermont I
real estate and Insurance firm I 'I Koon Buys in Clermont '; :
AUCTION
METHOD
t. to be known as Guernsey and The home of Herbert Thiesln-?. ;, ;'lSrol-d to Tie < -Hov Sent.net-Star) I, iSpe-iol' to The Smrfcjy Sentinel.Star! c7'4e
Green. Inc.Guernsey. at 2013 Harrison St. has been CLERMONT-Gentile Brothers 1. CLERMONT=Rag B. Koon has
is to be president of sold to J. M. Strange. Birmingham Co.. of Orlando has bought more sold a piece of property here to J. tsolera Co-op rof/off/ SolIvttJ :
Residential Lots $62.50 the firm, with Green serving as contractor, for a reported price of here than from 200 acres Jack of A.citrus Johnston land near and .J. Schmick for 3600. according to :
secretary treasurer. Offices will 12250. through the firm of Allen a deed recorded at the court
.others for
$20.450. The land lies
be located at 21 E. Central Ave. [Johnson, realtor, It was reported on State Highway 55. house. .
Green served in the Navy as i last week. I naroA e
$5.00"down$5.00 month an Ensign, while Guernsey was a I The home is a two-story, seven I I Lake Property BoughtSoecoi | A total of 8637.000 boxes of,+ I aeAttYaaan .
per pilot In the Army Air Force. room. Dutch Colonial structure I fresh Florida grapefruit were shipped N p qr,h.. 1He.JlOIP. :
,
:
The
to !
Sunday Sent & Star)
rj out of Florida to be sold during
The firm will deal In real estate with three bedrooms and one anda MOUNT DORA-Mr. and Mrs.I the 1945-46 season.INSURANCE. Chrysler lIdS! New York 17, N.Y. Ualngton 2-5000 :
insurance, and home loans. I half baths and a two-car gar- I C. R. Campbell have sold their
As Long As They Last age. property on Lake Dora to Mr. and e IN fLOIIDAt. .
Langs Buy Residence I Strange, has moved here Intending I Mra. R. Leonard Morgan for e '. M.,-. >, Slraralw Nq. MMMJ |- .-...- S-UF e
EUSTIS-A house in Lynnhurst, i to set up as a general i t$5,000. e O. A. 0at.. s. 0Iiwe A.... Wn/ .... '-0-,....... nJi
subdivision here has contractor in this area, in the belief 'JURGURY iulUTY tONOSO'NEILL .
been
Owners Will Be on Property Sunday Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Lang boughtby from that the Orlando section presents Tovares Land Purchased LEE *
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith for one of the best possibilities [Social to The Sunday $en'lJ".'' S"jr' ,
from 2:30: P. M. Till Dark $8.800. for future growth and develop- TAVARES Martha Gertrude M : -ti *io* i1
I'ment in the Southeast. Thullbery has sold 80 acres of landto connrE JUNCE >ERV .ErMNt4SOO ..J.I .
Edward F. Stenstrom for $4.000. ?tnvitTaLF ,
Jas. Gambit Rogers II
Galloways Sell Home L
Pr..rty toatai M eM Apopka road, 'Architects .Engineers ISoet,at to The Sunday: Sentinel-ShsrJEUSTIS I
: Building Consultants -Mr. and Mrs. William

t 1/4 mile kyMMl Fares! City road POST OFFICE BUILDING in R.Bishop's Oallaway Subdivision have bought here a house from '

: WINTER PARK. FLA. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd M. Irvin for
t I 4500. -
HOMES







LOT SALE We offer these fine large homes in Edgeteater Heights No. 2, Lake% 'Adalr


Section at reduced prices Sunday, January 19th ONLY. Homes Open For


; ::; t Inspection from 1 to S P. M. Representative will be on the grounds.


r

: EDGEWATER DRIVE Three blocks from Lake Addir. "Large 2 Bedroom Concrete Block Stucco,"


Tile Bath Fire Place G. E. Automatic Water Heater and Landscaped. 1265


OVERLOOKING LAKE SILVER .: ; ': Mercedes Avenue S12JMO. $4JXQ Cash for Cit'iians-SZIJO Cash for Vet y
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ONE OF ORLANDO'S FINEST erans to handle.

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.; Larg 2-Be'droom Frame Cypress Siding over Storm Sheathing Oak Floors,.

RESIDENTIAL SECTIONS ., :. w
Tile Bath 9 Closets G. E. automatic Water Heater Fire Place and Land

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t scaped. 1211 Mercedes avenue $12,230. S4JWO Cash for Civilians-?2jMO


49 LARGE LOTS Cash for Veterans to handle.
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Beautiful; S-Room 2-Bedroom Frame 1I0me. Garage Porch Fire Place Til,


SOME ON LAKE : -' Bath, Oak Floors and large Landscaped Lot.1234Mercedes Avenue. SllflOO.


HftOO Cash for Civilians-$1500 Cash for Veterans to handle. -



DeLAY All of the above HOMES are on large lots, all City lmprot'ementslnclose
CO. INC.

to Schools Country Club ete.in a highly Restricted Section. t


TEL ALBERT DeLAY 4506

We also have 80 LOTS for Sale t -

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DRIVE OUT SUNDAY
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GEORGE DeLAY 9649 -
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I ORLANDO DEVELOPMENT CO.

BROKERS PROTECTED ,
19 RUTLAND BLDG. PHONE 8383





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Orlando Florida January 19 1947 trbt Somtbay Page 11 J 1
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Leaders I r. Closing Stock Quotations I II Red Cross Board



Close Week STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT- Hga. High. Low Last I Orlando Hall Sunshine \

NEW VOP.K AP) Sales, cI_.... price Nst Pow ft Lt __ 22 IS !*. 1H I Sentinel-Star
and net chano of the IS most nctiw Nehl Corp ----,_ 2 22" 22H 22..a I Wont Ad Rates
stocka y.at..day2CwwttIi Newport Indnst 3 29'a 29 29 1 1KT Meets ThursdayQuarterly Park News
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On UpsideNEW 4V Sou 22.SOO-3t-I* Central RR = 58 18>. 18H 18H Drive Enters aae pee He.
Unit Cec* 1I.I00-3-/a. .. chanpe No Am Arialion 7 10>. IO 10north '.3J1 D.1(.inununi charn* SOd
Amer Co IT 32'. 31*. 31 a.1 I I ESCH
Am Airlines ilJO*-Wl up Va '
YORK [API Heavy early Gr...... Paioe **.SOO_-/*. up VArmour Northern Pacific 22 1'*. IS'-s 19..* |I meeting of the boardof HROL Sunday 27. pee Una)
d C. ,.80*_14 up ISPa 0 Final Week I LAWN BOWLING-A frend Minimum charpa Sic
buying of stocks yesterday followed ,.., Poet a.sa up 'M Ohio! Ofl _____ 14 22'. 22H 22-, I directors of the Orange County -,, between Orlando 3 Days line n day
the restoration of margin tradIng U. S. ayum 5.000-50% ... +4 Omnibus Corp -_ 2 II** 11H lla I Chapter. American Red Cross will game a Mt 7 CU..U Days 11 line dai

and! despite subsequent profit Std O &> E 54 pf 7.500-U'Ilo' up 44 Otis Elevator 4 30.... 30'-. '30'". I IO..n..IU be held at Chapter Headquarters. .: With only five days remaining Dora in the latter city on Friday Count Co.8 Aeerac Words I Lies
udd C. 7.a27 UP a-, Glass 2 7SX. 73 15'!. i
cashing market leaders finished a Am Wat Wks 6.SOO_15" up ** -- P __ 231 E. Jackson St., Thursday at 4 before the Victory dinner at the ended in a 58 to 55 victory for the National lOut-wf Ctatel Bate

spotty week generally on the upside Am Had <, Std San 6.SOO_IS,* up % Pac Oas BJe 6 43U 42H 42H Single Inseruoni 30c pr Km
Chr. Lloyd Gahr has YMCA night James
_. I pm.. an- Friday teams out of Sic day
Math. Kel 6.SOO 161k up I\* Pscksrd Motor .SO 515'. II" B Orlando club. Two 3 C.u. Dars .
'Vfarner Pros Poet *. _lv. UP IS. Pan Am Airways ._ 3$ 12>. 12U 12HParam I nounced.At Keith Orlando Hall committee 1 e..t.Days SOC Sins n day
Throughout the-, six, sessions a Socony Vac 6.100- '/'' ... chanpsSchenley Pictures _.15 29128'* 29 I this meeting. reports of an : the four won their individual .3 linealAH
certain amount of bidding was Distill *-loo'- up SHss. Park Utah Con M 4 3'. 3*. 34 I chairman last night mailed final games. Bob Gambee, skip Bill Want-Ada start tn tb* Ortanoo -
Parka DmTlm _-_-_. 2 41 41 41 service committees covering the and
based on the idea that the recent Hiqh. Law Last Patlno Mines -___ 4 12'4 12Vi 12HPenney : past 12 months will be presented. instructions to 100 assistants who Thayer. Mrs. John Turn and M 1oI.. 8nUI ..
8 4 V. 45"-i 45' \
relapse) called for a technical rally. JiEW Toe-n (UP Sew York stock hat: : Penn-Crnt AIrS--=-. 7 14 131, 13',< I This is not an annual meeting are seeking funds for the W. D. Fox defeated Thomas T Orlando .th* sawS

Skeptics regarding the economic A Penn RR ___ ___ 25 25", 25*, 25HPepsiCola 1 prp
e I inasmuch the date of the annual $75,000 classroom building !' Jones. Boyle and Stoner of Mt. .t
I
ACT-Brin Mot _ 2 9'H <* ,>* I 43 27 26 Va 26'I Th "...
picture. taxes and labor problems. Air Reduction 22 36>. 35! *. 311L. Pfizer. Chas---*- -Co- 4 5714 58 5744 I session was changed from Januaryto lins College! campus. I I Dr by 23 to 10. W. O. Srodes. I from '_ .AI Dot f..

however. continued to trim accounts \Alaska Janr.u _.__ 7 5*'... 5V. SHAlleibanr Phelps Dodge ____ 10 38>s 38V4 38.. May at a meeting of the executive Keith's letters stressed that an' ; Mrs E. M. Cobb. Mrs. Sre ennday from.to 12 A P.I
48 4 4
Corp -- 4H I IAllec Phlla Elec. _.__ 8 27 26'26', :
from Monday on and considerable Lad Stl __ T 43'. 43z\ 43'. Philco Corp---- 27 22' 22 committee in November to . .'}; prospects must be seen before the and Ed Clark won 14 to I Ddl f
irregularity was the re- Al Chrm DJ'. S 174 173 17]'. I IAnisCh Philip Morris-::::: 23 43': 42". r.1| conform with the operational year Victory Dinner if Orlando is to Mt. Dora's Fleming, skip; Mayo. I t. 1 .
sult. Falling staples and Mf. __ 9 37 H 36'. 36'. I Phillips Pet 2 55'. 5344 55"4Preased I .. reajnestod to not*
consumers -
'Am Airlines ._ Ill 9S a 14 ,'.. SU Car---::: 15 14113':, 13'. I of other chapters throughout the : I obtain the final $20,000 needed for Meinecke and Ce.I A.a of any error

goods prices clouded sentiment. Am Cable Rad. u 34 II" II'. Ca I Procter Cam _._ 4 MS 84f. 84., : country. Orlando Hall and that daily reports Isaac In ads .the 8atllt
Activity was pronounced atyesterday's Am Can _u_ 3 9S 94'. !9S i Pub 8ve KJ 18 23>. 23 231.IS : xirr.U and I I will t.1 responstbi
I .Am Car far' _u_ 4" 48x 48>i Pullman --u--..:::: 54'. M'i 54'. I IPura Election of officers and board 1.55 should be made of a subscriptions .' Wilbur. Herb TiUey Charley Incorrect Insertion. lo.D

opening with gainsrunning Am Ai For Pow -_ 9 6 2r. 51.Am&PP2PI10 Oil ______ 10 22'. 22'a 22Radl members will be held next May COMMAND PERFORMANCE received. I Weld lost 12-14 to Denbroder. I
:
to two I 21H 31 I! Too Can Place Tour
or more points.The Wolff and Taylor of
13 I : 1 and will be installed July 1. the Premier Leon Blum's "Our job cut out for us. skip: Poole.
Am Locomotive ? 28* 25" 284 Corp 83 9>s I'. 9H Following 1 Keit ant-Ad by Telephone
slowed after u
lively -
place a Am Pow .: Lt ._--41 13"m. 13V. Radlo-K-Orph u .46 IS>. 14H 14*.* beginning of the fiscal year. recent order for aQ retail pricesto we redouble I Mt. Dora. F. J. Wowo skip;
20 minutes and extreme advances i Am Red St 8 ___ 68 151. 15.. 15'. I i Reminc Rand 8 35 35 35 I IRepub 1a Everett Gibson. and Dial 41SI
n we'
I The board of directors the rest of the week
reduced In the ot : Am Rail Will ___ 41 3SVs 35V. 35'. I I Avis S 8'4 8H 8*. repre- be reduced five per cent. this I
were majority
Am Smelt '"t B 15 57 S5H 57 Repub Eteel _:-::- 49 27*-. 27H 27 VaR : sents 12.154 adult members and Parisian shopkeeper makes sure this project over by Friday Ha Witmer went down to defeat i
cases at the close. Rails were exceptionally Am Stl Pdrs .17 34 U 33H 34 ,. Pt at the of Nelson skip; I
u ere Copper" Br 18 22 S 22 22 U 13.881 junior members of the Red ." i hnd
Am Sucar Ref 1 non I everyone knows he has obeyed.
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narrow. Reynolds Tab B 22.3 42 i* 421.. and Tragei'
j'Am Tel" Tel -._ 21 173 172H 172 sAm s Cross organization in Orange Walwor
Brokerage quarters were cheered Tob B __-_n I 82H Sits SIS Sar..p Stores __ 8 2244 21'. 22'. County. I Meantime, he reported that of Mt. Ira 1-9. ClassifiedFlowers

by the Federal Reserve Board Am Vlacooe U-h 3 53<.v S3H S3V. I Sa..e Anna _u_ 4 10" 10" 1044Srhrnley Pine; Castle NewsPINE contribution were continuing t Mt. a
Am Wat Wks _u '1 17 18>. 18'. DIstil __ II' 45'. 4444 .5 rtu
which late roll in but added that "we
action. came Friday .Am Woolen u'O 3O1 2.<.v 29" Sears Roebuck __ 58 36'. 3sv. 36Srrtel ". math here Friday Four men's
but the thought.was stressed that Anaconda Cop __-- It 38 3S1-. 38H I Inc .___ 10 15V. 14 < 14'. Orange County i CASTLE The Wesley I spend up i we are to reach our tea will be selected from the I i-: and ttmthsFCJTRAL

,the return cent margins; J.t.I 141. 13% 14Au.d SheU Union OU ___ 2 29', 2'. 29 V4 : goaL"
toper Oun" 10 16. 16. 15'.1 Simmons Co __ _-. 10 37\. 30'3644 Court Records Bible Class of the Methodist local club to fa the visitors. I attention

:effective Feb. 1. still would leave Atoll TaB P __ 3.. 93 93 I _____ @PTlndlvldu
Sinclair: OU 18 16 15' 15' I
I Church will meet Tuesday at 6.30p : : dinner win wind i &
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the market in a relatively "thin-. Atl Coast lane -__ I 5O". 49% 49>4 Socony-Vacuam __ 68 14'. 14'. 14'". .......** A.0lfeti__ The Victory up i Friday the local court had Central phone 4B43.l .
Atl 2 35 35 35 Arthur John 22 X-rar technician. drive here and Keith a
Rtfinins 500AmO&P __ 2 4'444 4V, Zatm jn, for their covered dish supper ; the current
shape.. Atlas Corp ___ 4 23>, 23<4 234iArlatlon SOU Cal Edison _-_ 1 33', 33., 33>, Winter Park tail Welthi Anne 54...... "that workers make every its main attraction the regular I >, Baby Sitter.--'hiid Core
Transactions have been on a Corp 15 l&a CVs 8". Southern Pacific __ 32 n'. 42s. 424. 26 Secretary. Winter Perk. \at the parish house, followed by' urged scheduled day. game numb -
.. Milton I. ,. 39. mechanic.Wa possible effort to attend It, adding: i lads I
SolltheraRr' 18 44 43' 44 Randolph Roberta. 2MB 5.RuIn&.oS
cash ba.s1l-aince last Jan.- 21.it Bald Loco ____ 18 21" 204 204 Southern Ry ft u.1 71'. 71*. 71*. .hinton. D C. and ROM Helen Diamond the regular monthly business "We must have all reports in by te. game of trebles and I BABT SITTER IliaD. : 0.JRL.arrdrot .
was also suggested that the reserve Salt & Ohio ___- 29 14' 14" 14.,. Sparks Within6 5'. 5'. 5'. KnolL 41. Washington. mectinj.; Mrs. H. T. PTool will '. doubles Mrs. __ AnDo : 2j4
B.rnad.U Oil ____ II 2]'. 223. 23 __ _. v v.Spletel ''that Joh Steven' eeeatnw
ruling Indicated the Inflation Sperry Carp IS 21H 21 21 Paul Robert" Medlock. 34 mechanic.. Rt. preside. t. I .
Mrs. J. Muldoon .
Ikll Airc -_______ 2 IS'". 18" 111" I Inc .___ 24 IS 14'. 147. 2. Box 24. and Annie Mac _.era. 35. Mrs Kl' ... -_
peak may have passed and that. :::tl.s It 3741 357. 37 Stand Brands _-_ 4 3S% 34V 35 V. frail worker The following attended the Smedley cteleated Mrs. 1'. P. WOMAN AVAILABLE fur 51..ii-b:

henceforth securities might haveto -_::::.: 24 24 24 I Stand OU Cal -___ 6 ST. 57 57 Cbarle Ellison Parrlsh. 22. St Prtenbort. luncheon and business meeting of Rare Tropical go. Mrs. J. A. Parks and Mrs T : children or I.ai *veiuaa. 413
Beth Steel! -______ 20 92'. 91'. 9131.ClawKnox Stand Oil Ind .__- 12 41*. 41*, 41" and Aim MerreU Crockett. 43 N. ph. .
contend with a certain amount a is 153. 181.B. Stand Oil NJ 19 68', 68 68 the Annie Willoughby Circle at C. Reed in the trebles by 22-12'' 1oI..nl
n
deflation psychology." Numerous ..,.. t J D.I 19'S 19 43a.555Wfl 19Bord.ft : Stand Oil Ohio --. 1 251.. 25"4 25V WestmorelandSuits In Chancery. the H. A. McGill home Thursday: Plants Shown At Mrs. Stewart lie and Mrs. 1.: 11. Special Notice
Co 431. 431. >
Std Stl Sprs 37 15 14 14
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: u "4 Into J Town Erma L. Towson ,
customers consequently were rr- =: 471. 45". 451.S.a.Uf Sterhn Dr... ____ 1 48 48 48 dt. vs. Mrs. Dean. Mrs. McOill. Mrs. Tilley had 22 18 for Mrs. R I tirtIsWed.
quick to cash in on the early AIrW -- II 1044 11 Stokely-Vsn Camp. II 21*. 21'. 21', Robert Mrs. Russell and Mrs. C. H. Phillips AMANDA-Psychl readies
Brig,.. WI _-_-:::: n 35'. 35 35'1Bsdd Stone fe Webster __ 6 15*. 15*. isa P. M Banning T*1e.B.I.. Herman Ba.al .- I White Mrs. Greene. Botanical Garden in1 I .. 2 30: ..'.. on .1 Brobleaia
wing. I ISub. nEetSleule, I Coils Blair ; the doubles.A S81 W. Colambla. 2-233
13 1231. 123. .. J. H. Burdick Mrs. _ _
---' Studebaker Corp 44 214 21 21
Associated Press 60-stock ..c.t ::: = : 33i' 32'. 32'. I Suuray Oil --_ 3O SIs 8 SVa I Park Ella diTArthur Harria. Park .i. William Ralph'' Mrs. E. W Roe. Mrs. Walter Wil I I The Mead Botanical Garden j record entry of 70 men andwomen I aMD1-T space tol1r01
Burlthe Milia S 1$ 193. II'. 283O8
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Sunshine I 12 11H
Meg
,composite was up .5 of a point BarCAdd JoIada 29 147. 141. 141-. !8'ilt at Co _un_ II 36' 36', 3S'eTesaa I L. Shirley et u File In ]re adoption.Instrument j loughby. Mrs. Wilmot Lesser ;Mrs_ has received several additions to reported Saturday for play Kohl 1 .___'l_____._ _

65.4 and c.mC T I Glen Faulkner and Glenda. MrsL. its collection of rare tropical in the second Rutland Tu- n disease. alee-
at for the week showeda
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Paetln. ____ I 29 29 29 Co __ 31 57V. 57 57V. Ode. B. Blanchard et .1 to Rudolph ment that is AHOY f OS J'UB
net gain of .4. Of 884 issues C.llah.a Z-Lead h 10 ,'. 34' 31. '1'", .. Gulf Sulph -__ 1 51 51 51 M Whitttnt et Tir wd 810 Ayers. Mrs. ;James Burden, Mrs. plants during the past week. being weakneaa..hecause Da need n.U>:
Can DrY 0 1. 131. U 15'I I IC.D.d A_ S, Ulddleton et u,i to First Fed Bae_ WInter Play continues other tioani yes
recUterintv' broadest for Ale -- Tex Pac C & 0 4 2344\ 23V 23V Max Walker. Mrs. Lottie Ludlow. Among these were several every I emredT Writ for tterature -
anySaturday I t be
P.dfle 3. 1312. 12" I IC.rrl.r and Loan Loss mt...$900_ Rlme Want
-h Tea: P.. 1, Trust __ 5 1644 16*. 16V. Saturday through March 29. Win- 893
Miss Perky InsulateS Bos
Mrs. R. R. Norman. The Millard ,
since last April. 11,68. Corp II 35'15 __ Aubrey i. Belcher et M to Family Loan plants. which produce new
19 19
---- TId. Wat A Oil 6 19'
rose arid only I 83,declined. c... (cn C. __ 3 36'35 Transamerica' _____ S 14 13'. 13'. mt* SMXJ.o Jorgensen. Mrs. Butrum and textile fiber many times stronger ners of )esur's tut will b aarasota. Pla_ _ _ _ _
C."n* Tractor 2 501. 60'2 Trans dt West Air 11 ll>. III'. 19V. I p. Bxope et SI to CaromeD AID et u with the I ADVICE .dl.datl>.
daughter Mary Mrs. Joreensen.Mrs. Ileh,
Transfers of 790.000 shares CaI.o. Corp ___ 20 1t". 19 111..1 Tri-Cont Corp ___ 36 '1'. e1. 7 .d 110 than hemp. Ts* .. The. 230
compared leaders also cl
posted
at that
Cent PO"Ddrll II 131. 12' Oeort F. Casey-t to'Chtrlet. T. Hook. Mrs. Harold Npff. Mrs. game Cbarcb e>t- a_
-- Twent C-FOI _____ 49 3S>. 34'. 35!;. at The Garden also has a large 44 1 l
with 620,000 a week ago and Ceno De Pas ___ .- I 33 33 UUnion Keener rl ux] .d I IB. Wilbur Pulslfer Mrs. Grace Horton I time. I Meltoe'Cherry' .irlc* phone. _

were a top for a short session since C.rtaJn-T. Prod 21 20 19" Baa P II 28>. 29 28Unlos I! Kola Inr. Co to Oeort T. Casey et u : display of the Ramie fiber before BARBXa SIBVICB'.$ ttaMrtadTtS
geaM.apO--- : 12'1. 521 .1 > Carbide 4 83'. *3"4 1J3o .... and Mrs. Holman. 'and after being degummed.Another I serve yon with fast efficient .
:
:
: un SIIUFFLEBOARD
Dec 7. For the six days the Bright
12' 11' 12 spots
aggregate -
Union Oil Cal ____ d 21". 21 Vj 214. John William Martin et n< t. Fir. Fed8a Mrs. Etta Blair returned to her Ve AU Union We ., J
was 896,120 shares cbs COnsist a ew Cu -.--::_ 29 1 20'921.. =., ='"... I: United AirUnea --_ 19 23*. 2323S ._ and Loan Aua. mt*. M.las. home in Jacksonville Friday. after''I interesting addition 1, hi the Orlando entries at the National I la,* Side ..a e.I CI..fh
5146.110 the week before. -- Icoca.cola United Aircraft 12 1* 181, 18*, B.... A Thornton et ox to Has dee sealed containing best. Why
a I
Against - Singles Championship held a
c.LT.: Fiusa__-::::: ; Ir.: 1:1.:: 421. United Corp ___ 159. 3'. 3H Rosier mt.. $-. a visit at the Rev. C. C. Blair flask I I I i-HV1a & Rernoidari
149 old
Gainers on the day of a point I orchid 13 months in Tampa last week shared I
I Union Fruit __ 14 4V. 47V 47 Gabriel 1 creeden et u to Louis Elincerland home here. plant i i .I
Col..t.-P.lm P a 50 48'2""
or so each were Allied Chemicalat CO Fuel a Ir _-_-__ 34 14'2 131. 14'" I United J. W.
and Mrs. horaea at
__ Mr. YOUR RIDING tbojAaalea
39 10'- II ft Orlando Fuel
Umt-Raz Drug lit A. Barker u ta I
173};. Schenley 45. AmericanCan CI Coluw CrYdlt a k Ii_ _h_ 19 3.5 111. 443.11" 44"11". US Oynsam ._ 80 91*. MI* *0>, Oil Co Inc. lease (250 monthly. I entertained the following at their Next to tbe display of orchid M&ri Troutman. won L. Btable. Caasatterry.Pla. .
.
95. Philip Morris 43. Goodrich co..l ISlvnts 17 24 23'. US Indus deN 2 44', 43V. 44V. Harold B Morrison et ax, to Walter K.FerrM I the consolation event the closed I So.. rll... clearly markedrenle
64 Vt and Douglas Aircraft 70. ,C.m'wltl Edli :-:- 30 3144 m: 3144.Comwllh .I Ii US Rubber -_--- S 82*. 82', 53V et mx, wd f 10_ I home Thursday with Mrs. Rumpy I bloms the most colorful and Mrs. Troutman the consolation traila. 1 Winter P.ra
a $e.th 3'3" 3". US Steel --- -n-. 41 72 71'. '71UWslworth Fir Fed. 8s.. and Loan Lass to Asnes I Burdick as Joint hostess: Rev. and showing U the lane bed of 9174-W.
Fractionally: ahead were U. S. i C... 14.005 If: 581.. 2$ 251con. I W Lathe Wahlberc et rlr .-. Mrs. Buttram and daughter Mary. azalea which In th open playoffs. BOAT TRIPS from Mt Dora I* .1.
SteeL General Motors. Chrysler. 154, % Ca PkU 12V. 12 12 i Ago,. LnelUe Wahlberc et rlr to Fir. I hybrid 1rer I Orlando had but through the _.W..I Ok
Sears Roebuck Cent Sat == 1: 17"' n m:1 Warner Broa 18'. 16V, 16*, Fed S... and Loan Alan ml*. tl.SOO. Mr. and Mrs. Holman and grandI raised from seed by W. Vincent for playe not .Spr... Wise Boat .
Montgomery Ward. C praise .
cost Can 4044 393. 4044 West Iso But _u_ 4 33H 32V. 32', Paul B. Jnakson et ut to Lid. E. Garner Rev. and Mrs. Colts Blair and 3224 Mt. Dara.riaCHARIS _
International Harvester American con, 5044..-= n 10". 10 10'. i West TJo Tel A 22 15'. IS*. 18SWestin ." (10 I I I ZU'eVincent A record of 240 players participating COBSmtRE Brasalerea.elrdlee .

Telephone.. Consolidated Edison. Cont'Oil Del .._._ IS 38% 371274.. !' Air Br ... 6 33 32', 32HWeatln I' W. 0. Perctral M to Oscar 1. Johnson 1 daughter Rebecca. Mr. and Mrs. with 100 alone from the eoraelettes: write
2SV. 24" 25 at. Is said to be the only ln
__ Elee: un 39 and Mrs. C. Cub .. .
Corn Exehania SO M% 58% 58% et ax part 1. I Robert Greene. Mr. O 1239 Vernon
Kennecott General Electric. __ S 11 C9 C9 i i WhctUnt Steel ____ 4 39 38>* 38 a : in St. Petersburg. The Jocal L .
Corn Product* Fir Fed. See and Loan Assn. to Ralph I in the U. S, growing new
.___ '. I, Whit Motor ._._ 8 26 S 2S*. 25 S J. Burdick. Angela and Judson. m : TORRtJ as-
Southern Pacific. Chesapeake St Crane Co n 11 38 38 3544 8 Archibald et u sat.C I will settle down now for a round Dvmn
._. eI DnsBeauty
Wlllys-Orertand 27 10 10' 104.IWIIsOS of azaleas from <
Ohio and Standard Oil NJ1. Curtis Crucible I Publlshf Steel .-_--. 31 4 30 9%% 30 9% 30 9% I I i Co ___ 25 14*. .... 14S W: lady al to Carl J. Knebeiberter *-I Mrs. Weldon Curry presidentof I varieties s I| robin tourney In mixed teams Shop located at 400 W Bay
Woelworth FW> t 51'. Site 513.WorthIes et al tin.t the Pine Castle P-TA. attended and t 1 is the only public th St. Winter Garden. Pin Specialise
S $ n. i iCu -
19 %
In the Curb modest plus signswere Cnrtiss-AVrisht,. ._... _-_ 1 98% 28%% 231Deer. I P M __ d 62*. 62; 62 I* _Rokata Kenneth wd I*812. Sharp*. et u to Julius : the Orange County P-TA i play blooming plants -in the I I winners to represent Orlando $8 510 hair 'C, 50055 34Sod.Wtstre

held by American Gas. 0 Tm.m18h&T12 V 86V 85V 63% John P Stafford et wx .. Fir. Fed. Ba. 1:Council held at the Angebilt in ;I State. the State) Pent', Cup in 0.
Fansteel. Mesabi Iron. United a C* __-_ 27 37% 38% 38% I S and Loan A.... mt*_ (1.SOO I I II t The next event at the MeadBotanical : tournament b Feb. $ in r4tiiid w-ae. perisewlos a
___. I Orlando Friday.
Del Hudson .8 37% 37 37 foaled rained
to Fir. Fed. S.. I .t"
and Textron. Turnover 18 7 7% 7% Eenltn Radio u- 3 194 19V 1SV ob.:1: : .1.1I St. Cloud. land. . hi.d.Ioq '
Light Del Lack at West % ___ v and ,. i Mrs. Mark Johns is a patient at Garden will the .
Detroit Edison IS 24 23'. 28 'I baits Product 2 9V, ( 544AppleS I b i 2.30 P ,. Parr"9Riams
here for the two hour was 220- --n total sales J. E Hester et ax, to W. L lId> I 'I ..
DIM Corp-Beas __ 43 17 16.. ISDome % I, final stock yesterday a.pp .t'l: the Osceola Hospital in Klssimmee. 'seventh Annual Comelua Sow Btable. ConwMSeeoon

000 shares versus ISO.OOf last Mines ___ ;3 '1I1i '18% 18% -'7M.OOO. I u wd al0WWIa... H. Marshall ct u to W. L next Saturday and Sunday I Lutheran Church _ _ _ _
10 10
Saturday. Dreuer Douilas Indust Aircraft__n 13 3 11 21% 21 21 aepp. et u: wd (10 IIch-I i W. K. Wilder attended the BeeKeepers The main entrance to the Garden JVi-K L. aai.l*alasfentKntlenien noea.
I i cs*
Continued softness of major Da Pont De N 188 188 158Lastern Eggs and Poultry I I kinson Susie et Lancaster al sa>. et mx to Raymond I Assn. meeting held in I is at the foot of NottinghamAve. Elects Officers or hatband and wife.

commodities: again acted as a re- a Air 1. S It' 191-s 1931. A. Peyton Masaelwhlte et u,x to W Park Tampa last week. in Beverly Shores. .... apse la I dletn.ewuntry ..d.
AP market about natter
JACKSONVILLE: ) EH fresh estS
atraint on stocks. Cotton dropped lEI Power Lt :n I.'. Ills 1544 1 steady on Florida nearby white Fed ie.tn Loan :--s ':otaM 84.300 I i At the regular meeting of thePine i The Board of AdIaUo trait. 8hady LeB4ood.P .

$2.05 to $2.90 a bale. At Chicago B.Emerson.. Pub Berrlco&1 14 _-_.__ 19 7 32 13% 31 l]% 31 13% I Net Wt. Cur Mkt. et U, Waters wd (1O Crenstela I I Castle Girl Scoutslast week. and other officers St P'al O 5." 183; after h.,-__ _

wheat was off \t to !'/. cents a Erie RR _ 15 11%% 11% 11% I Orsds A Per__ Do*...Per T Do" aExtra I R. J_ Bell et ax to Fir. PeeL .... and i I Bobby Wilder and Virginia Good- College Official Lutra Curcere
2* 62
f lark np .
Lean TAX $
bushel corn off f. to up l. and P 24 ... M r-j nttc M OOO I rum served refreshments. the church INCOME a -,
I P.r.aT.I&Sad f 8% I I La. ---u I chrisuon &.-a. J. Ben ei u 1 me1nJ money and uiretarn
oats down Vt to }a. Bonds Improved Firestone T a a _u- I $7.. 87 5711PUalkois' i Medium _____ 21 .... Jtl I John Ward first World War Addresses Youths -I Thursday niht which reports prepared.r. Ittlrtent senlee. -
' 25 35% 34% 34% Small -_-- IS oa. 4] I amKadotobj M WhRtlnatoa et Tir to BdnnL. r00490 Walter S.Ph. .
made
selectively.. --- ----- who has been patient were re..b
a past
big j Florid* POW- 14 17% 17 V. 17% I Producer ..i.Stjjo senerslJytw OHarra mtc (2.OOO. i: veteran. I 1 Speaking on the subject of yea' pro I .,'. W. &Phon
Monday the board suffered .. cent lest dua... at the BaT Pines Veterans Hospital gress. wan-as
; .. -". I per The Fir SaL Bank .. Ruth O Ford sm. I I I Possible Dr. Vincent I 8100. '
Its sharpest spislnce] Nov.'6 on b... lie* _*___ 21 37% :37% _T% I Producers tales direct M consumers: truest C. Klstad t* Marten i. Lewis et in St. Petersburg has re- "The Yo Elected to the Board of Admin
Oen Poeda ,_-_?_ 2 45% 45% 45440.a I Per Doses wd (10 I Bennett the president I INCOME TAX reten pne
of I
volume
1.590,000 shares. best o SO 84% 5* 54. Orade A tm47artona UJ K. Ben et .. to Frank T. i turned. :I of Wheaton 'Ill, addressed istration were Theodore .oh; eonabl rate a
the week. Losses_of one to four Oen Pub "tB.-: :;:;: 31 15% 15% 15% Extra lart* ..23I : kuns wd (10 .1.-1 Urs. Weldon Curry presided at Karl O. Sodertlom, M. I I Malrotm B 8u W. Chafe

points hit moot departments with OlUette lot R ITT 30% 30 3044OoudrlcS :I tan* ======:: 1l11P: 67Medium Samuel Jones t* LOss C. Jones I the Orlando! Yot for Christ I and Mrs. I I Bt Phon "
local M.
of the Wayne
Dornbirer. for M
BF" ____ T 84% 83', 84% -==- .55 I I.dwa Ii I tile January meeting rally last night l

ths overall average down to the Ooodyear T a* R 9 54 B5% 83% Small ____________-__H 18 o*. Jl I .. C. Olbons e al to Vernon D.Dlckson I I P-TA meeting Thursday. A pro- list Ft Bap 1 ter of three years: Harold Mel I I.., LOOaUIiO the lar-eff POfl AMKraVI.
low of early December. Oraham-Palce Mot 105 4'. 4% 4%.I Poultry market about steadyProducers 'i I Chuh U
et al wd (10.Oeorco and
I II i of music consisting of two Is'not lu Joseph A. Rakyu for SItaeso. esotlc Ue
gram
Ot Norttn Kr ft O 45 45% 45% much concerned I
"e oe
sales tn htAlIa.-.lea Mconsumers
.
W Albrliht to R. T Pitman It. wWU
Forecasts of economists of a 50seRaties.
a Greyhound Corp 19 34%. 34% 34% :duets by Billy Gardiner and David with what have been ra each to fill vacancies "a"t-
: part eel (1 you ,
I mx mtc : ) I WI .500. .
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moderate 1947 recession business Orum Air En 11 24123% 23%
in
Dull Mob.. Ohio n. 8 11% 11.. 11.. I'I Lie* Dressed Lire Dressed i The State Bank of Apopka to Ryan and Totten. was followed by mov- or what you are." Or. Bnt; Ray I was named church Sb. . Arm.
were a factor. II and Des w.andDrsw. ca ow.PlO. choir aod pe* a. you traveltn; expense
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$9 director
37 60 U to
Quit OU % ing pictures. He Is with succeed -
The list steadied Tuesday but ---- Fryer 2-3 Ibt _. --.__ .35 6O .42 -64 Part Cent U J. .. Straw ,t u dele"as wht)O *M< O* te yenr nenreat Army It -
KHart _ I Broiler under S lbs ._. J9 .60 42 84 tom deed I A group from here consisting of the late Mrs. O. E. Liden. I 8)ta ae'. fee additional ID

dealings dwindled to 850.000 Hayes" aVh Mfs*_M____ _-_ 17 2 35 1% 35 11"10'35'%'' I, Hens I>e.., breeds__.___ .34 .4* .3, JA .I b. N. RelnJtUNaDIa L. Smith All ,I the Rev. and Mrs., C. C. Blair. 'I c Asserting that a burden for the i Reports showed progress in all I .r51154100' Itatlnad Sloe 0.I .

shares. There was another mild Houston OU __u_ 10 18% 18% 18% Hens Ulht breeds u.30 45 32 40 wd'(10.Kelson- !I Mrs. Z. H. Smith. Mrs. Lillian souls of is not the first branches of church Including I
__ 38 18 17% 1* Old rooster _____._ -22 .31 .24 ..38I K Odom et u u John William men essential work MEAT
Hudson Motor %
I I
stumble Wednesday on the week'sminimum I Turkeys yount hen. .. ... _63 si .74 Martin ., nx, wd (10 Hook and Mrs. Sweet went to the for a rJ Bennett an attendance PRU.c

of 770.000 shares. Illinois Central 11 23.. 13 U .Add *t per Cent to Dee welsh pelts t. lid. K. KaUsen et \lr.to lisle U Biren'I home of Mrs. Elizabeth Ziegler said. CU D. incR cent enrollment I, ... a..:..
I loterlate Iran ___ 13 11% 11% 11% I.. New Terk dressed price. I wd (10. iport lewrMea OKentlaw. DUte Pow.31
Individual favorites stiffened lat Haneeter ____ 8 73% 72% 72'. I, Sale* to wholeaaiera by prodacer *eneraliy Family Loan Co. to Edward A. OttUnaet i: Thursday. where Communion : qualification is that a pnn hve Ice In the Church 8hL I Maraa

Thursday on a total .f 1.049.00 Int Nick Can __--_ 23 35.. 35% 36%- ,.. cent per pound lower lor lira vx sm.i . : services were held In observance a burning love for Je Ct.- congregation ex- & -
Int Paper ____ 42 49% 49 49 : ..elllhLI A ward to Thine Piano sm yot 07
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than 500
shares. ''a.i of Mrs. Zieglers 90th birthday.COTTON i More tend Invitation FloridaDistrict i IContiamd Nest Pagej
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Int Tei a Tel --- 31 15% IS IS I A. Ward et nx to James A. Rivierewd a t
I CHICAGO LIVESTOCK (10 I heard the college executive speak to hold its convention
Late buying of rails on hopes J.bIi-MaSvliI. __ 4 129. 12. 129 CHICAGO AP, Salable boss I CLOSING I
Thins L. Piano to James A. RlTierewd afier hour of music
for rate Increases bolstered trends a L ,.. u_ 15 34!. 3444 344. 1.OOO a I pared week ... weIghts nnder 240 Iba. _..... was w**.. _* day moth fmal and entertainment featuring Mrs. Carson I
but losers were plentiful. Announcement 1[.. City South 4 25% :25 25 and saw 78 to I oo hienrr; we..hu ewer P. Broneoa e.1 to Cent Fin toM ran*.i<* frwm M*$ .. M-O 8 haiavO.IVOHI Paul McDowell and & II

by the Ford Co. of Kennecott Cop .._. 99 47% 4.% 47% 240 1.... around 5G"7S hllher. .Prod.... (3 Cred OOOMataal Asssv. crop lien en and real ass acd.* wurtN* tfc* .nttra I Houser who M Lora i.the convention. I
kUostc C* __ a.* 47% 48Laeled Salable cattle 500 estimated): total not __ a..d an early advance was 0.1511ol.tounisd. o
price cuts on new cars was a debatable 5. : ..h>.... compared week.. sue ._ and Life Ins Co. .. aOnlel Frank . O... ...* ekortly .-. the pin and accordion and sang sev I The at
jail in West
Influence. OM ______ 11 ... ,% 8% I choice fed steer. and yearllnxs. Includinayearlinc Chandler et al smOeorce _..i* eaH the** seimed to .. a fairtemble JI
Industrials led a fast runup In Leniah CON _... 8 10% 10% 10'. II.U.... weak. to 1_OO lower; seed Ides Hackney et nx, to W. K. SwoonS Of eMM __ fewt t MO era nubr ern Aur1 1 iIed-ot I
Ll -O-P Oiaaa _n_ S 82. 52 52Ubby. 'rather thaa> cnole s.-aars off stoat common pelt wd (10.I ...aa .505 antSI'Od and sew Swuod00'.om.rd D. Ji BasUns conducted tree /J1
the final hour Friday: with a point . McN M L .. 19 10% 1O" 1O% and nMdiuaa trade weakened olt I C Arth.r Tereey to Olen R. Water %. .t tOe MY" lisgnj. led the singing mea feC
tain in the 60-stock average the ......" My B __ I" 95 95Lockheed late bat more actte all week on steers et ax adm. deed (1 Sto.-f005 e.lhn oar 8.00.0.9,0.4 5. tIle t pro a around and accommodates one i
AlaS 9 1744 5744 17% at J20O downward and _It... at and I ChaIn County Sarlnci Bank to Charles dm0.. 59 c fitrcts poured _. 91.0 rd nf1nJ. prisoner. Most prisoners
widest since Dec. 19. The rally :: 24 24 C Curry et nx sm_ W..M Street ." | Now Or- I I aD
Loews In* -- - :34 24% % % betow 20 00 than on better trade. Eastern 0,5. .bjiii. =
was viewed as mainly of a technical jLMUler IP) ---- 2 31% 31% 2441.Uac4TTwt order demand very narrow bulk Plat of Joe. .....la Park .. -.. eunn STOCK UST i one night In the -bottle teeI I
nature. i M steer* and helfera selling on local .... Mark V. Ryan et al to State Bank ..1Aptok. T'w;; ; ; 05 .to.uet, 0.5' *505.1loe Famished thron eonrMy
_'__. t Un 47 count: estreme top choice. 1O7S I... .t_... wIg (..__ ese.oowoa .eo.t .obl. a Prnner Bean,.K I
Tranaterarre only 850.000 Mae UtHl n_____ 3 39 38.. 39 "..eI helftra :n 00. next hIghest price JO OO A... Fire and C... Co. to Xdlth: 5.. FhBUps ".. .. ...*_ _ta f er ow .5SIN' P.&a_ of Awe,. _.-_ h__ 94 I NO /
shares with 370.000 in Mann Midland n 15 7% 1% 1% paid for choice Ions yasrUntt *nd matared et Tir .... -...... Amer. Cyna. B. ..
appearing -- PRIORI
' .....haII PM14 ____ t 3O%" 30% 38% I stVs.. maderatr .._7 atrlctlytood W. O Rovers et al .. WUttam Cleaver 5.0 ..-it__ eoO__ \e Amer Oaa a> : :..=-:-: :: y
the concluding prriod.LOANS. ; Martin lOU --- 11 33 31% 31% I and choice steers 28 OO-29 OO- balk Harry .. ue *cd L. SIL the erSoisot lIrt .. tIle _.... ..5155.5 Ark Kail O.s: -- ,
Mid-Coat Pet .::_ 1 34'" 354. 38% medium. and toad tradea 19 SO-2S 5O: O MoUenhaaer et al to Cent. PinPlied. .. p.wm.bly 55.4 .5 .esrle .35504141es.tthwr Amer Ueht ::=1Ashland : 00 NEE
> Moni,oa Ward _-. 17 59 58% 58% choice heifer reached 27 00. bulk medium Cred. Assn. crop hen eh and ..- mOmS 11415.54 iapper OU 4t .__ a. :
__ 18 13 13 _.t..uo e6 55. 1581 sese.Dmtris.tSm I ___ __..___
Murray Carp 14% % % and sood trades 1*M-2J OO several teodt real mtcManaertt_ Auaaue PiaherleaBrewswr _ I
N I cbotc toed maktnt 23 7V25 71. Mock lIeu Sana et YU to t. X. 59 535 SmtSO lo United. M.ta__________ .. Cabinet Sinks R. C. "jfq1O4outofIwhosikfor
Mash-aterrluut _. S3 17% lt% 18% cattle. K..... firm at II_11 00 on medtum Bland et II, wd (10Jnanite 555w sur.'O 55e 650 munts .3 Bartuni a _ ______n_ I"
Mat AirUnaa .__... 9 14% 14.. 14% I te tood trade *..* 7S to I MI King to First SaL Bank mtc.S3 150 SolVent Sm_ mBa StSMs.t.5119190W Creole P ___________ 2'1" A
e loaa at naJ
Hat AsIa rife -._-.IS 12% 11 11 lower, with beef cows mostly I -I.SO 000 tkSe. in gomarablo mood .1res..S CttU* -'_h_____ 2144 a Ttr: my
Mat ftiac.lt --..._. 3J 39% 29% 29% I err sad tanner and cotters fully 54 to U W. ScoOp et u to Fen LIfe Ins. Co. 045 Sm50Sw. thu V_ 0.618.soetane. Cells Pa.llca Arms ___-*..________ 174.Dejat I Bath Tubs awe I"Ye Trial t why
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Nat Can __-_-_ 24 12% 11% 12% 1 OO lower ....... bnlla about 25 lower mte SI TO* oma rems nee.d.Mc. tar-------------- S me
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.. ..._ S 31 37 37 00_ ca. ,. fo. t"e I"Yo
Mat Ceafe tier Snare Co
but beef balia 25-8O off: both sausaaeand Mott et ., to Walter ST.
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Mat Dairy ProC 14 33 :32% 32% Bryant MS 1H1 M- a ee'Sit 4.,. _: Aarpian* 3414 can get MOO cn
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--- beef balls Cloud at IS 75 dewnward.meetly .. .. MJMOnerKls cI t
Mat DiauUera -_-_ 84 1.% 19% 19... 15 SO and belowi ,..!en ._. et nx nuc .. W. May Ml aj r Mar Me>-&IeManM Oien CeJ CnOr _._ '. ClosetsLavatories
Mat Bank Jacksonville to >,,!, M 41 M T. n e* 2s_I'oH 41-41 Itue a. tw
$50 $100 $200 $300 Nat O>p am 2423': s :13% :U%" but teneraily ateady demsnd broadeet en .,. AU 54Par.T.sCs..ssosm
Beckett" et am. Uca.24 2537 35.55 0.811 H.._ ": ._________ .
33' 31
I Mat Lead 13 33% % strictly teed and choice kind at 25*O- a pnC.
Tern Joyce Hanrwm Willis et elF to OwUUfe 0 a
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2700. araltered supply select* 2* 00 ... a.. 4 Slips 101' CaxBabbeB -
Ins Co. mta M SOO 8mlmtJ
as.ia M-M ON
s n your saa ___ ___._. 25
better; outstdo ill teod 5,1
17 50. _lip Is SO-16 SO. r...... row and Mrs, Cnrdettn C. Oiidart H. C. Ph.d.. ._ 08.6 IA.off (T.lr KaiseePraaerK.reer __ u________ ,. m rp o most
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ratter closed at SSO-IO7S mostly, with (IOVlcholas Gr .______...__ .a IotIs&
SignatureAUTO ceauaua to toad beef cows ...... peddled Conner et nx to Romre DeDsl I o.ita.s.77L.i1s.t Love .r O ________ 2744 or came la
.t 11 2V15 00. et nx wd all .uou d.nted T< P*. Osen. _.?u__ a.SiSwIlOSwouIPsSd I Soil PipeFittings WI t .
SaSaolo sheep SO* __...."). total not Farm tied Ads to Hour 8. Partlnet we 005 aa. 5815 _ __u__ U" 1 t address
KeystoneCustodian ... compared. week aao: &*.hterlambs al eat and eel of ate and'or ben.Ctlatea .04. T. e.g _IS 05.-f Paalepe* Oil .Ten.exrark C_.___._ I If phone you
H Wnitehant et as M Menu --- di Cxevbnrto. ___ f
W-e his her yenrttnt shared tn ----
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the advance: alautbier ee. .boat ......11: M We.... SMC srsoo- C.rw.e .5sV .a u. 18..5.a. 9. ___ can la ten and PI
toed and choice weoied siaacbter lambs230O14a W B. Bnrch et M to Mar L. Fhifflptwd I2-M.. smom pSweIf5 I -_ _____ 1" Uvo cask In Halt.Of
: *>. meatly 23 M np with 2404)tb (10Dee s5 5e s5r' asd.e V. 5.r0.t 54oSwd . Lfakt __.._ u o .
practical .... seieral ...... moatlytoad Fleminc et an to James Fan OHms 08 -- .SuS lelt I|tel* Paper C u__.. "e ** .thr Fr,.1

.r trad wwoted lamb* 21 oo ja a Vommoa .d $15.Leo. and .a .5 .1158. NO Closed Mt.ky
> t* ...... .....-ta. 1*op-it SO W 0..... et u to Jamea Paul _____. .11585Teehassoer PRIORI App.Iatwut
ew seed and chotco 93 ... ted sheramha O'Kara et as, wd (10 _._______ solo E..p
FURNiTUREMT .flS >He> 1 p-It. SJ :2>. areand two Doe ne*>in et ax to Lass W. O Barn in tIle 4.--.ard ______ I
.o cacryin miaiam old with 1Ia. i et .a w4 515. 5.os .5 -- NE :
I and .... a pena acentlnai 84 Ib* 21 25.tood Warren L Qnlfle et u M Joel L .5 5 SmOw 1.54 CourS : ------_ ____._-._--
FundsI and choun ted year&nt 16 OO-16 OB.c Qntcley wd 11. 505 Saw CNsea. V.504 Ow .- -- 11 tIBBV 5HlEEfflfln Rw C
.. MT np ywnr .*d WBa. *-er price for cartota wetAer* *eerabarosnd .. I.aI..)0.ee.SS_ M tolled Ctas '

then repay. an saaaB snaeiihly I *s Has deck. moatly .hre ....... ronciaw IXCHAMOCarnr ... M- J'.es-55555. W, *. <*.!c.: -___..: 0.
nay.snent I
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.M Ok, yearUn netkera 19 !SO. ftee ear YORK 'API. CS rwrer. ewefcanee a. 5071 .a. .04.5Os \
*_ tnr re* a sick -.....: STAN COMSTOCK .g.d am choice 11S-138 Ib. ....-_.- relea tallowOreat BrHe.ta la de.- ,. -_ a 50854. : C tJIn :: - --
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ared ewe west fer aleaabue aS *a. tor*, wtawra sa mwuat_ -a.
r- an. ahead-then ae.s) tn 1'8&I.UIC Ia--... N3.$ .0t lea _taM eea T 7V fee Canadian doBnr an Mew Tart spin mar. I r cie. rt* 8SSn. o Is*Sw sawaM: 00.

HOI-B .the cask win k. wa*. S -5 aroaacI 15w ia.4. ree tat 4 II 10 per cent. Keastt or MISS *.ISASU
plies 883-Teletrp* DB N W.-ua b..Ss 5.50' t.. _... ..0:1faredC C SX ....... ......_. DSe-3nSg : TeL MC9 m
lax fwr >ssx Try *nr -43>E-: ,-U1T* 0riaaM ,, rd _bee 9.04.-v ...... SWtSONS Car.e. OTM aunejai (4 43. ..._ JlE'p 54 .n. B 1 &

KKriCK TODAVI 44--. ma, 19 so and 2*)... Fiance %.' ..4>,_ *ll .w o4a.i.ia a .at. 35 9.40 in I>*rr 37s.44 anejwaiUaa 711 W. Chunk IL .-
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ip 1U1bay &tutintl-&tar I 19. ServIces Offered I 119. Serricea Offered I 33. ArtIcles for I 1 3. Articles for Sale 33. Articles for
J Sal I Sale { 3IELFCTRIC Articles for Sale I 133 Articles for Sale I u. Articles for Sate

; ORLANDO. FLORIDA ALTERATIONS lad mendin J REFRIGERATION SERVICE, houaoi i .
I new built BABY
; CARRIAGES Regular
Oil 95.
f Prompt sklUful work; Try us! hold and commerciaL Specialise la AIL'-a. lk 1 i I WATER COOLERS OAS \ 130 Men Amelia PRESSURE COOKERS Presto and SPRAYERS
4 fo also can clearance 15. Orlando Furniture Button pint ....
PAGE j Westinxhouse
12 .D
JANUARY Mscdull Summer
19 Cleaners. is _
1947 2O4
Rldtewood l repairing A De. OrIaDdo. P'lortcl. I Ekco. Iron Proctor. .
.baUdto. ease* coolers be used for system. i I Co.. 141 and 015 W. Church. Street.i | : Prtipoinb slid 2. ganoa. H. H. ParrisM
pbl so why not buy today .
corner Rosalind. Phone .4. ? Walter I
2-106O. i ] I I Mst-Mstic etc. Also
Irlceu 0 1. Terry. j phone, etc.; w" bulu-ia :.. GAS ROOM HEATERS Radiant travehnc Irene Bardwore220 8. Orange. Ph.*
AWNINGS Trailer Canopies Tar-1 phone I speaker, in tan case lensmicrophone. BOATS-Century. 13 H ILl Royal Inc. 01 E. Robinson opposite i style: for butane or bottled sos I. alarm clocks. Fluorescent fixtures for 2-1841.

ICont. from Freeedinr Pages Pauline. Venetian Blinds. Window I f I .. w.u..u.Ion coat S9O I| Sportsman: Honduras mahogany Post Office.ELECTRIC. I 1 elect yours today while they last. the home and shop. The Fair Store.

Shades. Z-0963. Roberts Bra*. Vet- RIO SIVlC says red. I to build. Owner going north aacrUico outboard for sale with boat only 1 WATER HEATERS. 30- : Walter ,. Wilcox Inc.. Cl B. Robin- J. w. Church._ STEP-CUf CANS For y. garbog

crane business. TOO W. Smith: 2OOC3.ACETTLENk ae Folk W. o I! at 005. Box & I new 22 H P. and 10 H.P. Evlnrwd gals. vacuum cleaners *pac* beat- j son opposite Postof fir,. PAINT SPRAYER Wra several type OIJO sad II *S. H.
11. Special No tiers service and 1 w you. 2 8ta. motor Bob Ken. Marina and Sport ers; all new; get them while they 0. L SALES-DeaI chain file cab Air comf and Radio $ Waahinctoa I AIR COMPS.8OR-2-luos. with H4 Winter pretsor and paint praying equip- Phone 21041.SHZLLCRAT.
electric weldlnc 81. Equipment. Garden Fla. ph. last. AJ Wiatina. 2014 E, Kaley 1
SPENCER SUPPORT Individually machine work on pump saw mill I St j 11'2 I!. Bricga and Stratton motor at- 245-Red.- I I phone 8247.ELECTRIC ._ j I 1 nails.Ineta.Smith.locker left Sid O and Winter 1O common Garden ,i ment.Sunday See only.at 027 Irma SU 0 to 3 -

c dealtned. Phono 2-3SOO. Mn. 8. and road construction machinery; I I roofIng sod compoI I f I ; 25 gaL supply tank: 1 Blat I WATER HEATERS-In *n Road west of Raymond' I'! 1 5UP'LIZS-Lorge w
aluminum and bras castlnc. McKla- RloD I spray DeVUlbU* I BEDROOM SUITE-Bland finish. 4y p Colt revolver linxlc j sortment for making shell Jewelry
3. Warren. 1202 B. WIUh1_. .U. now available. Free j ca. b. I piece. 070.50. Orlando PutslureCs. ; popular sisr* at attractlv* price GASOLINE I novelties Free Ball order
al ENGINES and i cstsi -
I power action.
sac Machine Worts. 131 W. Kaley. { I sir transformer | Western style; also 23 nile J
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I 12. TU lo Walter ..
n guaranteed. McCormick Wilcox. Inc.. el E. aobln- '
( I" Va-croSs 141 and 013 W. Church. unit for agricultural and Indusn!_ter. OOO W. Pine. i ._ Rice's Handicraft Supplies. 141
SWEDISH AND MEDICAL Massages RoofIng Phone n.lle Pk. t I son Ave.. 0PoItofflce..
AWNINQ9-.Snedal drtlsHI of tndV C. 2-3. I trial Pipe Sup- S. Court St.: 1 door from E. CnurchSEtK -
Slenderizing cabinet bath: treatment vldual beauty on each home can REPAIRS An work ALUMINUM TAN 335 c.L: sins BOAT CUSHIONS-Combination ills ELECTRIC DRILLS V.th inch. Black ply Co.. o'W. ': 5115.I I II i I PIAlio-P.rlor Grand bp Ch.r.
for arthritis and neuritis Mis HIM Ventilated Awnings of Orlando. RIO, .aa some sooq E. Esther *,. {i preservers. Bumby Hardware Company. and Decker. H. H. Parrislt Hdw. :I I 8UC'aa. With .mPlett recorder; sia-' -Ho water lank IM heater

Gilbert registered .._.. 1200 W. Room 115. 14 E. Church. I. del t.d. .24-hour WIles SeTtled: pick L tl Hesvy duty 102 W. Church St. j 22O 8. Orange. Phone 2-1041. i I I I GLASS ment DOORS windows-Several be used: case- i|,I tomatic"- Telephone 11540._ _ _ j attached; all ._& 014 K.
Yle 2.2911. Ladle. only. may arm at
BLOCK LATINO-.-.Nest work guaranteed I oml Dr.: phone R.dlo 551. 1 (I ATC FAA a kettle eJxe I BED-Maple: prawar; double: tonerI I EXTENSION LADDERS-Length* .P''*! 191O Jewel A"... Winter Park._ I I Ii PAIICr SPRAY COUPRISSORS. 1cmsaotoo WashIngton 8V Call Saturday afteri -

THE PARK AVE. Beauty Shop tn ; can take full responsibility I I BUGS AND UPHOLSTERY cleaned t heavy Out, hot-Pistes. AD typea eleeI I *prln mattresa and sprtnca. Blgn- t* 40 ft. Winter Garden Hardware. HEATERS Gas and oil. We render mineral; spray gun. Iscouce thinnert i noon or Sunday morning.
spirits
turpentine
Winter Park. ba reopened under of your Job. L. M. Grlmmlnger. Van la your own home: approved methIK j!I tr State.Orlando Appliance C I chair maple. Phone 2-3970. Phone 200._ 'I complete installation .:. Small Wyckoffs Hdw, 2324 KuhL and OIL SPRINKLERS Lewa sprinklers.

new management. Doria White. fermer Buren A".. Orlo vista; lot Information moth Dixie Rug Clean- :' i 210 Orsnse. Phon 4537 ELECTRIC PLANT-for rural .: Quantity for Immediate Installation PAPER j I many type SOc and up. Kant

operator of KIts Beauty Salon. rail 2- 540. Cr.. phone prf. I ANTIQUES China BOAT-Save 0400 on new VentnorI tncity; see the Onaa electric plant. Modern Appliance Inc. 420 JI. Or- I DRAPES Sl.4iiiE. Store Co.. 25 E. Pine. Phone 3-3103.

TO MY FRIENDS-And customers: I I 1&2 I?, glass: Havfland: fcti:I mahogany decked. 0 passenger- Some model In stock. Cohoon Ma- .n" Aep.I I l;I and Orlando Furniture Compaay. 141 SHOE MACHINERY Land! curved
BEAD dependable 015 -
AND PEARL IITRDIGINO.I RADIO REPAI2. hour gray 75. 014 W. Concord. chinery Co.. 138 W. South West Clutch Street.i *
am BOW operating the new Bulger Jewelry and watch repair tuaran- .. m.k. Pick up and painted pi. i St. i HANDEE GRINDERS-Vibrw tools. i I i PIANOS needle stitcher finisher and trwv.
barber shop. Haircuts OSe. Corner I teed. Nocrady'a, 11 Mafruder Arc. ... Church ins Pt W. Church. i CAMERA-Zets* tton. 120 ran flint ENAMEL-6o-E-Zy. 3-hour enamel, I needle flies. X-Acto tools and other -0125. 0145: $1tl.im: : -I I ncr In good shspe. Box 495 S-cUar.
E. Washington and Forrest Ave. Aa- Ph 0942.Pr BrO E ASBESTOS STONE-WaU Board f! with ,. 4 5 tens also a 110 roll film i j a good rants of color la most '' craft supplies. Rice' Bndicraft Sup- i I||11AJ1.0775: 0325: (1.0OO. AH reflu-> STUDIOCOUCH-Bcnnd used

ben Herring. ,BUILD CLAY ROADS or repair old -Metal Over-bead Gsrste 'j i I camera with i. O 3 Carl Zeiss lens. .. Knox Store Co.. 25 K. Pino i pl- 141 8. Court BU 2 doors! keyboards reconditioned actions and 1 i I few new;
I Dr at price you afford. only a week Coo b* eea tram
TO ALL REALTORS-.My ..rtP. I' one la your trove before your REPAIRS-24-hour (uaran--i Eet Automatic Hot 'I* Phone 7-3331 between II and S p m. Pholll 2-316:1._ :I from E. Church. I t i I Every piano must go. to can Jaciliate :}I lIto I San.: weekday CM *. 100 ;
RIO
northwest corner of 32nd Street \ fIscal year expire la order to Se service. Bill' Radio. 417 W. E1 Shallow-well Pump 'I' CIRCULATING OIL HEATER-Lre. | ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR. 12 cu I HAND SAW HANDLES, emery wheel. '' r.carborundum ..od.U_ of shoo. Simpson Piano !II" 8t : lInt off Division

and Orange Blossom Trail la one able to deduct It from your Income Central phone 2-0870 and Ban I P. C.tI. Lumber end HftrilwaroALUMINUM Perfect condition. 050. ft. capacity: cash mister: metal ..the stooea at Co.. 2500 111". Oran.e. Ph. 2-1044. I Ii !I
market for Mrs. Branan.VIAVI tax. Dr.C JI'. balldoser. trader operating screw cap for 1 tL and 1 lb. Jan Wyckofr Hdw.. 2524 KuhI.I 1! SHOT am-10 guase. bolt- actionrepeater
Radio. 072 N Orange, phone 2O36O.ROOFINQ I PIANO
Mr. Zimmer at Grenada Dr. Winter i -Knabe baby grand Jiii-iiI. and
; bom abel). $15.
0 super Ismlnet vitamin for truck*, clay on rock. R. B. Brossier I RFMD1 D..P'' Park. ( 2-2202.__ I HATS-3. sew Dobbs. sise 7V.. 1 I II I i I new. restruaa. iaisbed. complete-i Can to* seen at tit
better braZIL 014 Metcalf Bldg. Jc Boos P.O. Box 125'. Phfl I : felt. .. I b Delaney Sunday
-Fair stock of roll ana i .n.lte, La\1.1. CREAM SEPARATOR-Btainles* uteri ELECTRIC JUICER New; one 10 *ry 1 Ph. -: i reconditioned: customer deslrao to i Only
phone 0452. 4:: 1413 E. Central Avo.. Orlando. Bead n. I sen. Come
: cup-cot maker alnminnm PraI and
i asphalt ahinde asbestos CorDe Moaldlc. discs; ... 105 North Bumby pk. I I I ms..1..t make aa i SHOW
I CASES 1-3
I offer. ft., 1-0 ft.. 1-14 ft.
Pin Lumber Open
Castle
W. P. KELLY. Reclitered SUrveyor .e I way oven type gasoline stove typewriter : HIGGtSS DELUXE SPORTSTER! Simpson Piano .
costing for flat rools. Hot 9-2114. I
CONTRACT BUILDING Repair Work ...
.1c "i*. I I I I I Co.. 2500 N. Orange now in Good snap R. r.
I Cbnrca sod Mala Areada. Phone .. l one blood pressure Instrament Beautiful all-tnshocsay run-about. ph. f
Cash : -
-WIU in tinaacinc. Phone or 3 years Lard .
assist de i \ CLOTHES Men liar 3O end 38; I Co.
> !
0340. Mr built of fine I II -
I I : Blrddaac. 014 E. Waahlng- materials: over mpk I PRBB-TIc.Idal for fireplace o'fuk.C
2-4211 PlD,Smit'Sona: 4SM. I ROOFING New low son. with I pair I trousers. sec 51 8t-_____ I I|j with 104 k.p. Ore motor. i I No dirt easy to hoodI,. SmyUl I I I SILVERWARE .1e r.eI

1%. Lost and Found ABINIT AND MILLWORK upecial SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED and :At heavy .. corrugated 121 Brook haven Dr. B.EVRIGERATOR.-Cold- broken ta and In A-l condition. Bubstantial > .I Lumber Co.. N. Orange and Railroad. 1 Handle, stainles steel blade H.

order Central Florida Lluabu Co. Ce.n State Approved: 20 yean and 3-V crimp. See a.c. ._a m CLOTHES LOCKERS,._; 22. I..D : 0 ft. ... 4bum.r.abla discount for sbout OO hrs. >I PUMPS, ,R Parrah Hardware, 220 5. Oraog

BILLFOLD LOST Ion leather Mill and Nebraska. I lID buID.I: Alternntt. 6730-7371. I file BUPPl Co* 211 Butt iL 3H6; left 3; 2 eomprtment: bargaIn Both la excellent condition i use, a.* demonstrator. Call Mt. Dora I I O P H..shallow deep well wull. 24O 250 to to 1.000 1400 ]Phone 1141.I .

lady' Contain 210.IdantlllcaUon.Mrs. CLAY ROADS BUILT-Also lime rock I TANKS CI.EANEt1every.. 7124. at 012.50. Rustic Camp Corner. 2-0434. i I.1 :233* for appointment. I OPH ; W. A. Jon CoS31 M. I'Orange. r I j'BCrtEEN WIRE Gahaoiird. and

Carol Fortason. Lost about 1 I poring with nrfc treatment. thing pumped and b.al: P. 3. I MsrtlsndCABINET. ELECTRIC STOVES-A-B apartment HOT WATER HEATERS-Gas. 20 415 W. Robinson. I bro.... severs width H. H. Par-

p mJan.. 10 in downtown _tlOD.n.ar4. Work Guaranteed. Bumby 8Umpaen. I I Bnrke. Permanent .Ideo& bonded AIRPLANE MODELS-Motor. and accessories. SINK-.Complete. Prewar. I site. Send tlos money order far and 30 gallon capacity. Also PUMP ,Fish Hdw. 220 8. Orange. Pbon 1-
$50 Pb_ Orlando 2-2Wl7 Inc. Phone 5437. I insured. Route 10. B 23 -.. 1 1I HO and Ogause Bsrsstn. Por further Information Immediate shipment P.O B. Adrian Florence and P water { -Practically new Bar_ |I :1841
r.U i n-.U
er lI.oford. 131-ft. ... SEWING MACHINES and boat. see Kin Fruit Co- 1401 W. waskbitt MI h'ua. Perkins heaters. 020 50. Knox Co. 25 i'-I self-priming centrifugal pump: eapacity ;
CONCRETE FLOORS DrI" I roads. Racing car Electrical Bhop. I I'I'Ptne. i 300 g p.m. I SOAP-M.b rear ... .. ....P
REPA ; powered with Wisconsin I
,
COWS FOUND-Two. grads Brahman step ... etc. Reasonable. Thirty Vacuum c.. All ,I 214 N. Oran e. Phone 1.tTG .. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR door E. Phone 23163.HARDWooDFLOORJHD1.000. engine mounted oa portable I i evcrvthsne. II mates 14 wOrth .1

*: year branded: one wIth leg year In business. Fre estimate. I I Harrell'a Slda Repair. 410 W AlI-IC Cesturt- CLOCKS antique early American I 0:.. 12 cubic fret 020O. MO at I ft4 :,, truck. This outfit has run leas thaa I pop The B.rriU Co 313 W Carter

brand. Rustle Camp: MslUsnd. FU. C. W. MId,. Winter Park: 239-J. I Gore phone T79S. i I Hunter shelf grandfather and coach; 010 1001 W. Morn Blvd or Winter in matched. Scottys Fruit n.1l.1 I 5 hour, Price. 0275. Can be st 'B'; Phoise t7117

DoG LOST-Male:black sot white; CARPENTER AND CABINET-WORK SAND BLASTING-Palntinc and Interior I, matea free :::! :: ;t W. Smith Street._ _ _ _ Park 068W.ELECTRIC I Carter St.. and Ore... Blossom 1711 B. Westmoreland Drive;" D. i 'SADDLES-English and Western.

Reward. 1>O4 Indiana Are. Winter Expert alteration and repair decorating of highest Qualitylwell KuhLATTIC i iiY BOATS-HI*sins boot KITCHEN by Parsons: I LEATER-Lars. n-nc. oil cIrculating; I H... I Bumby Hardware Company. 101

Park: phone alVM. Phone 2-4_ for estimates. Eddincer supplied in Interior and exterior I FANS-Prepar* for the hot Oara and paddlra. Immediate delivery. equipped with sink ranee and utility I I like new. 175 Telephone lS6$. i PAINT-White sutuldo and Interior Writ Church- Street

The B.llde.HTiiACToR.." 0773.material. David C Ionian Co. p,I Bumme month by installing .. Orlando Outboard M._.. cabinet tn on* unit. Modem ': HOME FREEZERS From 5 cu. ft. to ;I II.. Joan Bd.. 220O :...\* > SCREW DRIVERS-Yankee auto aad

DOG LOST-Bird. black and white: .lLAB1.E-Uce. your borne We carry 2709 N. Orans* Ave._ _ _ _ Appliance Inc. 42O N. Orsnse. pn. 1 13 ca. ft. Select your today! Wal- Dr. Phone _&. i' Ch- Bamby Hardware, 102 West

liberal .... Collar with R. W. ed). General baildinc. concrete TREES AND PALMS Trimmed and stock of all sue and models. 0 CIRCULATING HEATERS-OIL 080 50 2-2514 I ter J. Wilcox. lac 01 E. Robinson POWER .. Street.

Buckner. 11 W. Hanaro. Orlando. cabinet remodelin and repairing Bonded. John Newton. lando Appliance Co. Inc. 210 I I.and $99 108ouH. Parrlah Hard- ESTCRBROOK FOUNTAIN PEN desk 1. -Ave.. opposite Pootoff is.. J I end PLANT- Complete for Hsntgi SPONGES Cellona and .. .
Hard-
Phone 2-1147. i any power use. Bumby ,
Ph. 2-4517 or pa. 2-2234. satisfaction luaranteed W. DPU- leds i Orange. Phone 4537. I *. 22O Orang. Avenup.IPhms sca. 02. Check with George Stuart. < ',I ware. 102 W. Charcb.I I l Bumby Hardwara Company. 103

cher. 2-4351. T DEMOE or '.kl down. 1 :I 2-1041. 13 8. Main St.. phon 0150. J HOIST-* booms: 2 hand operated ; West Church Street

CONCRETE WORK; driveway _. b H. W. I CANOES-W* BOW bv. on hand OldTown 53flh _. complete with cable I PLEXIGLASS and Plexiglass dye rat-'
FOXHOUND GYP LOST Tbnrsdaynight ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR Unit I I SINKS AND
walk, floors steppIng none Ucensed. Alderman. 109 Westmoreland.UPHOLSTERING APPLIANCES Bargain I canoe Pin Csstls Boat ,boom raise and lower and can be I f la. textile paint BtchaU. ins mirj. j CABINETS 42-Inch
near Clarcon black while lIa I guaranteed for 1 year. Dial 110. I complete with faucet.
acl glass etching .. craft | Former
and collar. bonded: Southern State Floor -Work I Construction Co.CIRCULATING ask for 39-B-13. !wlveled. Holmes. 0195. Holler Chev- I en. some 1 price (114 OS
tan. Reward. My nam on ; County priced for
quick
aa.r..te leather Shell-craft and other SUP- aal*
J. T. Rica. 434 A Tampa AT** Pn. Co. 0714 or 2-I2OO for estimate .tla. Good 2S* off oa oU small Hem. WUUrd : HEATERS fuel oil; j' ELECTRIC WATER COOLERS- : rolcu 113 W. CentraL I plies. Rice's. 141 S. Court EU 3door. |) at 189 85. Orlando AppMaac* C.,

0770.IDIKTinCATION._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I CARPENTER collect the materials.and ta .tr Repaddlna 'fo: poionloitown.* Keiser. v._ T.. bk. .:. Florence: for homes and bUlID .. Equipped with bubbler and giasa 1 i from E. Churck. I '"' 31 Orange **.. Loons 453T.
do small Job iiuld comfort. Buss 1122 569 OO. Walter .. Ik-ox. Inc.. 01 B. INSULATION-"B.Iaa. Woo1iistalled I
your or .Co fillers, SINKS an
BRACZLTT LOST: for any aloe Job. Modern AP- iPE. unet rid. siacl
i in portable lock Joint and slip
I Church. Phono 2-2213. Postottice.CONCRETE your *ttie. Guranteed
out. Call 34RO. Newcomer. Robinson opposite :
VlciiUty of Oranaa or Robinson I plisnces. Ine 420 N. Orange ph. { compartment double eompartmeit
I i to satisfy. Smyth Lumber Joint for grove *nd farm ant"*- :
I I
ATenue. Enaraved Lt. Matty _br. CONCRETE SERVICE that last for refln- I LAWN ORNAMENTS ..adHo..It. I C*. N. dralnboard
I aad
UPHoL-lD co"e raft.kitses i 2-2514. !, I caneose dI Railroad tlon. Florid Pip Supply Co.. O3O < cabinet sinks with
ARMY SURPLUS
Liberal Reward. Contact Sentinel ever. Walk, driveways. floors our .Uc.Uoa OD. .. Buds Gift Shop. Hixhwsv 1 W. Church. Oil- rhrom plated .. Cash or term*.
ELECTRIC REFRIOERATOR-12 foot
Star Classified counter. I specialty nep free estimate Dun- Call I.-Brw 410 I eu.lDellt ch.1 441. Lockhart. Fla. Open S._ > I I ICE BOXA.1: SO lb. Also atttomatioi Libby Freeman Til w Church.
C.t Cland. llH modeL New unlL.I
bam Concrete. 1022 M. Mills -& hoist tents: day* electric router Villa cabinet 33 8, PLAY GROUND EQUIPMENT, standard -
Mull LOST OR AYED8..n.Dlmed ; 2 or 2-23. I, .. Morgan1 ., Like ... 1300. Brltta ''OeDeral JJec.1 I Lawsona Blvd. and custom built. Most appropriate .nTiK $15: radim $15; octalI
Jia. Flea** ntora to C. P. CONTR.ACTSUU.DINO o. new UPHOLSTERING and slip cover I I 1.E. L. Pr ___ COMPRESSOR 3x3: York; 7Vt HP tr1c." M E. Churcb. Phone 11M2. 1 I gift for growing children. Oa i 40 82.50: dinette Mta $350;

Wilson Rt. 3. Box 43-B.. home and repair to home and Pickup and delivery service Pearcc i I I motor. 2.OOOfUoflVii Inch PIP for I FLASHLIGHTS metal. 3 lie*. : CREAM FREEZERS Pour quart I j display southern Metal' Fabricating j eh-lrs si; sprints 54 50. Whltmliwl
buildlns of kind. See T. P. I coils shell and tub condenser complete I I .\. H. H. Parrith Hardware. 220 I Furniture.
C any So
.PSARLS FOUND-Identify at Clasat- I Shop. 3000 Orant I porch curtain Venetian H. H. Fairish Bsrdware. 220 South l Pine Ctnle. Fla. Ph. 2-O020. W. Cbsrrb.I .
U..bo I
s
Pullard. 30 E. Amelia: phone 2-4032. I' AW08. I with controls. H.8OO. 0 H P. j South Orange Avenue. Phone 31541.JUNIOR'DESK I I
fled j
counter. lleDto..l8tar.FOUNTAIN I I SEWING MACHINieinsr
Phone 2-1041.
bl clder covering Phone 002C. I II Orange Avenue. i' PUMPS Rome water ysiem; Florid I oortallle:
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PEN LOST .r Loondroocot. CLEANING AND PRESSING Cash 7rIAliPA1ED and e 432 8. high_psnssur boiler._5400._coIl_4117. I FRY BASKETS For deep r.&rr : : AND CHAIR-Oc- | Pip* At Supply C*. C3O W. Church | electric can be _. .t U71 .
Ed..ter D?. Tluh. Ba- and carry prices will save coo em- ,'I BacY'1 I CHAIN T1 Out. 30 feet and other I j i cswnal table: 3 childs rockers. : i phone 11111.PUKRSBoIr.or.. mend Road. Winter Pure
Ing. H. H. Fairish Hardware. 220.1Io.'b
word: Laaadr".t or .U 2-2282. m .,. Bring. pouc _IIOtbO.. to . Ml*. i ANTIQUES Mtchrd : chain. Bamby Hardware. 102 W. i! Oronge.Pbocte 2-1841. ,canvas cot and feather .. .. 3screen ] combination slip I SAW MILLS.-For Immediate dellv.
rise CIe.n. 214 lit.DOOR88e I
I I
POCKETBOOK LOST-Orsate Are4eontalnlnc Co173K 8. Kuhl: 003*. _ _ SonIc; colored glass -I I Church St.COMMON. __ j I PRtJIT-rotCJR8-- type door, pair French doors. Vlc- Joint side cutter lineman. H. H. I: .. brand ... baO-beartac. 100
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rob and I
; kltdle. .ad Garde. (sot.1 I
raer Aotiuus SbuS. Orange BRICKS-Used several I paliardgse.l 32O 8. .ha.
; Oranso. International
money bond aad >alaablo 2eM I Skid Motors. Also
WOcE-R
.blDeta end tabJea aDd tl 25 and nP. Knox Stores Co. : man wood saw hand ... Water 1
I i
thousand In usable condition Phone 2-141.
.. 11 carry f Urge mill
Liberal reward returned caw with 30-foot
all of a 25 East Pine. Phone 23163.PURNITURZComsletestork. i ii hose carnage
irons repair and wood work. parts. We reflniah All work ... cheap; Winter Oaida Bardwar Co.. I : _ i j overstuffed chair and ottoman j 1
to Tremont note.MO Orlando Woodcraft. 1300 W. WasoInKton. .a ]AQua SIVRPllr. lamp. I I overstuffed rocker. PAPER TOWELS-Wax paper, shelf edger and Diesel 105-k.,. motor.
2
straight chain
QUESTIONS ASKED It wardrobe teed. Caldwell Harris Repair SenIco. I I I .a.. Ll" phone-go* ,|!i :p' 1014 W. Harvard A_. I,I paper etc. H. B. Parrlsh Hard- Also America 10 lack ..Id.. In
bac removed from station ELECTRIC: 707 N. Millr. j j I .Ia.Robert Cottat B CHAIR-Channel back; brand new; , room, living room suites: odd I. I(:I ,ware 220 8..Or . P500.__3-154L j good eondiuoa. ruBulnc. 0. a. MlOer,
CLEANER SERVICE only for the bouse. Bart Furniture Co. 473 KINCAID OARDi"If-TRACTOR-Witla -
: ,
7'REAJ alight damage: renter price 049 95 General _
I WASHING MACHINES I : 'PAINT Delivery. 001 .
wsson \ qualify
at dOS snow to returned to outlet for I BRUSHES-Hixhest
genuine Hoover part N. OrangeAve. Phone 24603. disrs narrow cultIvatorattachments. I |
1723 Vlrstola Drive i I F. modem upkeep aervico call the rebuilt: part for *U AUTOMATIC WATER HET now 030 00. The Home Store. 450 :joUJCOOAT."b tktdAkllIa. I First 'hd buy I Itilt. |!I pure bristle. full Mock. 010.75. W* I l

only authorised Hoover service stolon. .D .Dd 4.1".1 AlWutln 82n.V I Electric and gas. 20. 30 ..a i i' N.. Orange_ .Phone 2- 8--J j I I Princes stile. 1 sill 040 8. M. B. Myers._Longwood. PIa.I ; j Invite comparison. Also good line of I TnTS-11I two ataea. Win *ak. a
year ;
14. Beauty Parlors I Bamby Hdw, 0104 or 21755. cspacitlesfor delivery i :'CANNISTER i iToe. SETS- Bread boxe I i Lake St. sash Mote and varnish brushes. Knox I nova* or temaorary ftoran Freftle
ABO MC
RAI and
ELECTRIC IRONS REPAIRED element Modern A"Pba Inc. 428 N. I grtag c.ns. step ladders: for your I I I KNIVES-Pocket. Scout hunting. < i Store Co. 25 1. Pine. Phone 3-3103. I Hupply Co, 211 Pull 8L, phone
: Orange: I I I Leonard Hardware. FURNITURE Sale price that ar* 0105 and UP. Smith Lumber Coj ; '12"I
AMERICAN: BEAUTY SALON-New a.bl. i. R. BarrellWent 11refrigerator POWER
replaced 2-br. I
: errioa.umby rat rP TOOLS. tones metal Uthec'
location 44 S W. Church. Room Hdw. 102 W. Church. Side 40 W. Gore Ave.. 5 AARTE EQUIPMENT Oss 42 W. .. 2-2107. i iI I right prevail at Slaughter Furniture N. Orang- and Railroad. I 1'I end .10... DeWslt .... Thorand i

T and O. Phone 0931. Irene. Audrey flOOR 8ANDING flnlshinc. apaclalis WASHING : I I i CROQUET SETS.-S6 25 to 'i i C.. 40 W. Central-_ I LAWN CHAIRS-Metal. 05.5 Or- ,I I Mall tools portable ..lectrIcnag. I 1 TYPEWRITER and solid oldeo oskl.

and Mario ipedalicini all typeopemranenta Pentra-Seal treatment 20 stoves MCHE. .frer.tn I l' : comblatio. rang. I I H. Parrlsb Hardware. 220 South FLOOR LAMPS-O-war. Mogul soc Undo Furniture Company. 141 and ; screw under T i drop renter pedestal desk. Spiea-

: cold ..".. open Tua experience; modem oqalpment .n one* repaired. R. M. Vedltn. phono7J : .lk rablnet. ..I Orange Avenue. Phone 2-1041._ I, bet 019 95. orlfndo FunUturo Co. j 013 west Church Street. Prose LI.."m'1.d.n.( Dora.POCKET I I did _,u- 01O tort Concord Av*.
Thurs p m.. by appointment.AMMERMANS .k 4 2-3021. day or nlcht.I . N. Orenso; 141 *nd 015 W. Churck.rURNITORE ,! LADIES RING
cur..t licensed; prompt service; D 2-251 I I CAN OPENERS-Msny types ISc and DIAMOND -One third KNIVES SmalL medium I TARPAULINS ll-oa. ranvas *P rt-
-.Quality uerIcoe .. 731. I WELL DRILLING-Let a* drill your ATC PANS I IT -..- .I up. Knox Store C.. 25 E. Flae.f _. Used sbusod j I If.d I: carat. IUD Private owner. Pox and are.. H. H. Parrtek Hard oily treated fIt_ ,..1" ...
127. W. know bow. Modern equipment LOOR BANDING nntahln deaalo well and install your pump for .otu. HO. Co. $ f Phone 2-3 I 83.I Indifferent can be 463 Sentinel-Star. i ware. 220 8. Orange A". Phone 13110. U.I. B. P. Goodrich. EOnsen. -
Cold Waves our ._ItP. Call I or Irritation. Easy payment, *.. ph. Winter Park _r Msther of Orlando the I I 2-1841. sod OS..dT1tICYC1.a8tnan
.. wasla,. "Orlando Floor hoe 0 I CELLO SIDING-For exterior us*. ]LUMBER-Pine and cypress sheetIng. I
Mrs. Reynold 84112. 20 B. Pin St. liar 3d months or Orlando O890. I I of friendly furniture 50 E. Church
nothing down.
facing Co. (ivo* t Py I Proven satisfactory. Smyth Lumber : I j|I .framing fence post at reduced PERMATILK EnameU steelbackedwell >u*. la good condition -

CHARLOTTE-KAY BKAUTT Salon. _. Zzpori.n..d nat_.u Belmany Well Drilling .ne Pump AQIE- The 1.l waterproof ,:... N .Orang and Railroad.'CHINA FROG LIGHTS-Head type. 3-cefl. l prices: also siabo and 'Ire"ood. til*. Installed la balk room. ; only *10. are al 40T 8.

ph. 4014. Invite you to see them ed and bonded; Supply. Winter Garden I mil fr.. *. A color -I 1 I H. H. Parrtsb Bardwkr 220 South I 10. 111 1n1D. Phone 2.nn. and kitchen It cost let*, look i; Oran..
for beauty culture. Hilda Monck Under new management. .. L. Orlf1000 ... of Orlo Vista. Orlando. Phono Builders Supply ...10OO j One luncheon set for 5.ene.piete. Orange Avenue. Phone 2-1041. better. taste longer than regular tllo. :' TRAILER-1 wll O
desian. lted linoleum .hM oak body
Vivian La_ N. Oranee .. Phone j i I Orislnal Orange LINOLEUM Jle..1 Fre .
Chicago
Maraarat Whldd_ : 08. 2-311. soumatmPboos 4533-Sob
MrCrory Bid ., 711.rrRJBt11LT. WASHING t I Include tea pot. compotes etc. FRUIT BASKETS-bushel and H and O ft. widths. Sic a a*. yd : tee. .tn IlroaI: 000lpie6 with
upstair and uphols M.UC SERVICE call -Of BOX FILES with A to Z -10. PO. Box 1131. Jaekcoaeille.ChAIRLIght 1.1 bushel: flat bottom shipping type; I assorted linoleum rugs At 011d Sweeney. i tire and=: 400 lbs 11.
OCNI'S lAtl1'T-aHOP-C1..1 apo- i. at fail. ; and de C wltt Oeore 8. .; Amen Feed Co. 3OO W. Robin- LAVATORJU-- Bate: eal.net srasd.reasonable !I; Scale rcr 0.5,01..
I" .
Gains .
Radio Servico blue damask tuba .
ciala.iroup* of new permanenta.tU ,low coat and w"t; of Ba' mt .. phone ..IM.AttWIdoW. ph 56tJ. ,', e at 2515
; * Lato model V.4...
: shade 07 -
Winter borough. 050. 4 duplex and cabinet sinks for bnmcdut I
cold wives complete 010; 01240 ._ .It. C.. &WASHING Col T.trl MACHINE Prk. 1. In. wide green and whit: two 2OIn FENCE POSTS. Cypre; T ft. long. I delivery lamest stock In Florida j' Drive. Kda.1 I1'TPiW'12 inch qounlioot
machIne .
MH. warm "SAI 20. L M. loll W. Church; 1 3.PJRJB tory used smvIp. 0350 each: almost new. P.O. 3 to 4 In. butt Oil per lOll 4 t* .r terms 3O month to _Yo 1 P..INT-PIoor and deck win trad for mod addlno

Chair pa. fa 'raI Box 1131. JacksonvilleCONCRETE S in. butt. 025 per 100. Will cut any end Freeman 711 W. Church. c..1 I'I quality mat sad ouarte and *aK or .calculator not for sale

MARINELLO BEAUTY SHOP-Newiocatlon. Do.-d Irs on CO"Dl rlt.&machine double hung. BLOCK MACHINES length or else d.. Llttletree Co. i LUMBER-.-.Dimension. Cut t* I| Ions. KDOI Steeps Co. 25 E. Pino. !''perkt Pb. Winter. Park 045. Cbowaiur Air

120 ... Bpedansln- 21 Olb Ave, .fncr.to. major bP. roofing Rand operated. Make stsndsrd 3- Phone Winter' Park 590. sheeting. Also defective lumber and J] Phone 3-3103. j

In 4340.RAT'S Cold. Wave and facial Phono flOOR SANDING liac. .ac .04 "Oeneral .DI. doing screen win. e. *. *tnkMm hole and apeclal shaped block. fiat FARM AND GARDEN Plannet Jr. I slabs. Good for fence and abed. 013 : PRUNING TOOLS-8w.: long and I t I I TRACTOR-10-30 McCormlrk Dew

killed work; Ire a.t. Ch.rcb 0942.TES. *, -t sheet bora.tubing { end __Icall,. 0295. Zmnedlatedclieery. hand plow tow wheel. M 45. f.. per thousand. King Fruit Co, 1401 I abort handle pruning >keara. Knox mU: rubber (Urea la A-l abapa

UTOPIA BEAUTY SALON -135S or 0340.TJRNITTJHk. B. KTTSON I* lain available door L.j iyentilator Pallets for machine .1 .U' tnixer dlstrlbator. 01450; Brtndley W. Washington. J Store C*. 25 E. Pin*. Phone 1-313. !j j I pamptiw owUll far uses ...

IDS E. WaahI._ welcome their RKPATRED: and to car* lo your piano tb chines *. pallets mulllon for steel Botch.steel makes 35 and up. Florida Die I*I plDIlICh.. 013 75. 0 inch 013.75: I LARD CANS-60-pound .. H. B." P PRESSURE CANNERS15 uarC 1 SoleS MaMei II enuIpped far b.mla

patron and tb. public with pre- Ixhcd Uk. new. Cabinet l.d.ri nical work of piano tuning . corner screens for teel sash opf:f Casting Foundry. 123 W. &alu >I carden wheelbarrow. 00 40. W* carry i Parrlsh Hard.... 220 South Or- i I swamliner. pressure gaug cast'I I' fuel oil. Phone 1._.

sprtnt specIals Includinc S cremo aU order. Ttndall Furalturo C*. B pair. You can alway* coot him .s. steel sash thresholds. phone s-ejo. a complete stock of band tool I ante. Phon* 2-1041._ _ _ j I. aluminum Wilson Leonard Hard-[I VIWKTIANBLINDS-POesS( .k4r:
permanent IIS value. n.10. Evenlncby Call O340. Aatla.A"., Park.3aM .00. TABLES Excellent uuality.Former I I wire hardware cloth and I I 0501111 pb005 5524. florida
appointmenti pInes 0723 Ira Or.an __ 18 tl' Available in stock lmmedit CARD poultry LAWN MOWERS Good selection. ware. 42 W. c Phon 2. .. I I J
; Awnln Co.. 8 Barter Street
'5. whll they last I
PU$1 poultry supplies. Bumby Hardware.1O2
LVRNRZPUfl8HED .
Southeast Steel Bale Co- d..I..I'n. up. Knox Store Co. I
parkin
sisal finIsh reatored or new finish I. Amelia Shoes U 85. Orlando Appliance Co. Inc. W. Church. 2l :t -.d Street. Phone 2-3103. j I i (VENETIAN BLDTD8 Msnufaeturrd
7 &AV" .UUTV PAR1.Oa-.t.n u_ SI. Good Things Eat do.J ,21O .. Oran. Ave. Phone 453T.
Prompt freo TROWELS ,. Custom buflt. Metal8d.p
IMr.h.., and .I. .u t 1[ FINISHING Marshsl- LAWN MOWERS 111.. wire i-I! PAINT outside white. Godfrey
polO . . Rum . C.1112 W. I CASH REGISTERS; Florid Cask town. Ilx4*. inch H. B. ParriskRdw. and wood tool E. I delivery. Wood-14-dy idle.cry. .
av a p dJty. Dial 4223 CITRUS for trucks: treo ripe.s.rct. paint metal ( *: electric Hardware. 34 Jackson p05501
I. Plo.. 0.. "ee oaIy.caAJUllIiLOIf Ch..e. Phone 1-221. C. t _._.. Ohner Agents: salesserv- 22O 8. 0.... Phone 2-1041. toasters: 1-bumrr hot plates.leos.my |I j 3-3317. Xtlmte wMnowt oMIcatteolOrlaad
R 8\e..n. Grower. Ml Ice. aDII.. 230 B. Main; O*5O. ..
BOMI WalIlO-Ooas-e | V_ Blind Uit. .
LPPLIANC-dios ,
JEWEL W. raism. saW Furniture. 332 W. Church.LUOOAOS
-$ aulkmc: windows washed 6.P r. A. t'.1 > I corns .ItKK&-AIIO replacement i j 1T3 0VKNXTIAM ltulll 505..
heaters heater
ga* spat gsa
01* cold wave SlOt 010 IP& TBAILBR I
snertoa CITRUS I 1 ft stoutbody
1d; oeraen lawn .i wanted for Seer 8U. and Cory. B. I I
machine _..... 074O 01240machUMlma. Jcensod. ., 032XBOOSESWINDOWS fog rtJ'. lots team ..a.k. ventilatorfsna R.parts Parrlsh Hardware 22O 8. Orange. FURNITURE SPECIAL : OOO N.. 3 cane 2 ... i i RADIOS Firestone A_'. 027M j BUii'Da-A, lost Polls
sees; Helen Cnrti catdwv . Dr. .aa- P.O : .lt .o bam Phone 2-1041. I Mrs. O. P. Da... 1 ml. wan of C sod 030 25. Gnat Southern Sun BMtaaed bead bUnd at Sew redwo
**. 010 and .. Ail work .*araateed. WASHED} ia o a B I f..a.D ce f. I IwI Linoleum limited cuantity printed Mmonrill Winter Garden Fla. j 002 K. Orsnse. ed prtree with fWilbia or raid alaa
000 W. Amelia Ava. Fk. and out. P.waxed and sod CABINET aIH"'S-42 in. at 090.50 rugs O'xO'. 714'xO1 and aU'- ; toiam slatS la rotora. Allow 4 weekadennry
OO04.IS.
ed: *. call 722O or30M. CITRUS _t-nea and grape .ace*.al.. leter' ..A', 54 50: complete !! tram 17.95a Oil 05. AIM by the LOUVERS= ftJ-IIzIl----11 1 1acreen. RAKES-Hoes: shovels: leaf .. for *he vaatHy 111_. with
I tit.. a 2-2514. U" p Dd. D-I and drain. Bo- yard. 0 and 13 foot- width 03* 03 each. Home lnsula-|I
Schools and Instruction HOOVER VACVUM CLEANER Servkt .L c.. and pick 8. M. lcd your tody Walter J. Wlieox j< square yard. tlon. 053 Orange Av*.. winter Park. c.. N. Oran** and Bailrood.RADIT8 I Ito2 Kdywairr Drrrr. dial tIXM.TiXBTIAlf .
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ACCOUNTING, *. Bumby Hardwar* 102 W 4.. W* ship anywhere. 01.7S t ALUMA. Cn IA'a. Inc01 B. Robinson.CLOSETSPl.stbbns |i\ i Fla. _ .-.3 etreil.ntls.deiil 'ai tvs. Mv type e eo.trocalraatard -
cnrraoartnc. BUk Church: Phone 0104. -1 P 0.8. 210 .. Tampa 555. 't Dixie Sale and !b.or fixtures, coo.plew -. Mrrlck's Pumltar LesIon Hotel LIVINOROOM SUITE-Newly upholstered .a. or will trad fr camera or a.L AlSo nlwml.Adam. .

School Schoelii Intematlaaal local Correspoodonco HOUSES WASHED If of W. Washington A. ; and W. lIen with fitting Immediate doItvery. I 1 Building phone 3-1173. Open very comfortable: rebuilt other ._ra.. *qulpm at. O34 .5.5 96555. wIndow .0545 -
Publlo
L. O. JI.... Box 2074; phono repreoentativo.oioa. knw what st.o. phon -. at. .D 8. .t cash or term: Libby and i Tuesday evening til 0:30.: better then new; MS. se at 1116 Hoilenbeek 5. ColonIal. ph. 4540.REFRIOZRA1'OREISCtFIC.. .'. *et Oraa. A.. Wl _
.D.. Freeman. 711 W. Church St. I Dr. Pb. 2-137. ( em. ft.; i Park MS.
PRACTICAL NURSING Train aulck- fo their home i FROZEN MAT and .* ATTlltP" easela. _ _ _ _
I, at ho... Excellent pa.. Mao. Prolonging t Ills of the paint only La. c. ..c.r. M.d .. color CUTLERY Flint Hollow-Ground. I MOTORrM'K-1M1: SW raDDiDa Ierd. three-well flrelea cooker; *U stev I iE1Ii1UAAdLeietm _..,acrtred Isma
earn while ..Iac. Inform*._ ho.plns U .U Tp would 1 for ISf. honey 149 N.".. .. sets at OUdos.. J, Vauadlaa steeL H. Parrtsh I IRaroware. j f FIREPLACE screens andirons fir* .. 132:1 111" rem Creek Lee TCB.. 010 N. Shine St.RUMMAGE _. awderB _. OMa rlormo

fro*. Warn School ot Practical rlurs- are It don* reOaO.ObI.IPesos GRAPEFRUIT--bu -"Mold Band." finest j 220 5. Or... Floss ,. crates: out door *rul*. Vf Pr .- MEAT DISPLAY CASES, future* by SALB-Bold boot; mart, oa monthly basis rr how

Inc Box .. _t.r. _ _ X-362J fe aa ostlmata. A B, .. Pith your ..a e. BR. .. .. Bumby 3-1541._ _ _ _ _ j 1.10.0. the perfect feed far *rlUe* and Tyler Fixture Com. 40 W. Central. ,' sell: ladle dotklner. sis* 30 hand I eouawto rau ttadbfa TewOao .' 4CO
*.EL'iST&TIiAW-aM prMtloat I.. 8r I H. CI.rk. .. West Church Street. 10 1 1Iy COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATORS i' nreplare*-Mill* Nebraska t tC1e" i General Cooling and Heating Coi i painted picture utensils: brte-o- I J. B. Ita Ari.dl IJMil4rnatriBTmUxB

preparation for broker and sslman. .. BORIY'. OA8 .oil burner eye- GRAPEFRUIT NIC*. rtao. PEDS-KIddM.Koo. and ploppen. '- Electric walk-In: used: smsll wood .' FLOOR CLEANER-"Brae*." Never f MOTORBIKE-Brigg* Strattosn- braes ..lid.'* cloth; wB bunk 1 MaaafacMRlto

.Nsw clsns start first of ..r. sills it.llat Call bom. us; also J .* .1 All brsd 1504 stove: scrap lumber odd and ends water oa good floor, see Brace i l clIent condition. >45t OUle Av*.. I bed*, with new mattrims. Monday' onawoa. CwMoea butt. Meta>
5s5.
for estimate*: phone Smith Lumber Co. Jf. Oran j Snip. 221 SKIns.LErIOIRATOR i dem
c.a office bad tun up for 13. lawns use; (1 IIt. Piebroska. 003 20tH 51.DIAMOND Waiter PieS: ph. 164id.MAILBOXIR.rai I j Vttay rli* ry. wood- to-day

"_I. School of Real Estate iuwA.u.... basket. Wo . Irl ef RING-Two csrst. bluewhite. and Railroad. and city. Price I Ineat. UW1T- .rc BI..JiM

Law. 130 E. PIP Pk. 500. k bk* where oar famous .rlprned fruit j BOAT and kiekor.Florid.1. K. Thud "I Must sacrUlc. quick aia. fuiP':EQUJPMENT-Pa.IJ and Bmrtn Lomb,. Co. B. OrI I 1 k P. Hercukr 105 Sink withIn n 50.0-wi Ort._. l.ima0.wicWo
I Leuubvsri. _.._.
Ceisodo VenetisO
paint .. Box 307 Ptsr.DOORBTsorder. comtte line. See our stock. i 2.217.
5 .
SPANISH Evening J our own King Fruit *nc* and .maJt .
elassrs wUl.reseated C J C.ISOSRSItI. 508
r "e Blind Mfc. .
BAIT CARRIAGE Lare eollapalble and _
floors Smith Lumber CO. B. Or. .
la Orlando er .. 1401 W. Washington phon m fin left I RUBBER STAMPS Batter
Tuesday. 14th. 13.KTAXWOR ; dry tun MWNOW PAn_|-Seine*, hook line .iiRER'Ths. 'Por *
02O. Railroad. aatomattr
t : ood
ot '.30. ..* .. Nerds Jan. and aookkeepin T27. Trailer M Trailer at new "diear.. Winter 0.. t and otukera H. B, Parrlab l Quick ... for every nry. Oonl deli?. awota
.ed.au
10th from ..30 to 0 >.av Orlaad up sad kept.trker NAVEL sweet.Juler Park.B000MO.RWt. 1"1ra.* den Road. Lak M.na Novelty Cot tI war,. 22 8. Orsoce.:2.DD I Rlrd-I, SupplM Oriaad Rubber Otamp I udarr WaMor w_. mrMMOO. SIS

"WOe UiilUl.IQMOflIY brar, Business Service phonoINCOMB J : ORNGD.. and __ ____ dial' -' I MOVIES foe the _. I' Work. 0 W. Church .l 8. OTaac. I >_ Ao.. 5095.115 55I.OV4.
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We track you tan.erlnee> 01- Bring ..o. eootalaer. Kaox Ooallt* 5135. East aad I DL8E.Bu.sbnl. sat; ..ta.docdo.eelle.t :wf SALE-We Ditto.have 5 Pn.ite.good rod, adwwtwre. travel roaslr* ; SODS"AJfD-II.u .keopearO ;,I .I.TT-."". T JPn.P:

bow *wa by slept At horn la TAX Retama _.. 1722 Vlrsmi ..o. Fbon*.c. condition- 8. Court f *, new Pvrrtii.bed (beet*, beta siu- Bowetead' Camera shop 103O 5. i red and ._ ..... and 55. w A1X, ATBa-abeoi.Mtr-ttr-

your spore tua. Properly tralaed 'o.a"laa farmers b. -: tsnserir.es. 01 10; 2-311. St. Room 3. c..a'double (lies, oenurn leatbI i I I Orange; "! Aaiencaa Fork aad Bo red. C3.** i I I i bwalar proof aapacity aeeroooaalrty

men and women **m _$ .. onaoth .sags..o. Ma Or- ORNGIS ... grapefruit. 03* BICYCLE-Msa's. sloe M"Ian: was for sewChristmas. DOOR TscnblleP.. I}!I er. larce sis*. Sprary air cushion MO-roRifEiPhrt1enlI, new Whl*. I,i sad UP Kao Otors c.. 35 B. I 1,I IPtao. I draoea can bo toetaurd

and morel Write todsy for .1- bo. Mew .ke. borne strictly but too our I Bumby Hardware Company. 102 !I settee. suitable for office or born*. oa Columbia Phone 13. sew or old .onetrwetiop. Tea oa-y

less 1.. ..tleaa1.. ofMeal LICENSED CONTRACTOR Aay kind fresh nts. .. fruits poultry bay. Will'aacrtflc C. 8. Ammer-1 West Churcb8treet. I II bargain. 09i; New rollaway bed '. ,I 1kPla.aaJ: |, RADIO Dele* portable. electrM"1 .00-Mttle *_"Mra ka

&. 010 lotk 8W ..W. .0 work bulidia. palatine s.d aad homo baked eooos. T best; man. Pa** TI B".8. Oran i cot pad. $21 N. Singer ewin machine batwry _11I__ Self ..tn.C II.aI.. pteaoc.oT .
WashUutoa 0. D. C repairing> > work uaraalosd. sail Or. *. Blossom I DuaTPAJiS WUfc short or lessbasdles. f1 bONK COAT Genuine Mar mink: j
for ins at tk s n.1 Sue
Pau 049 SO: radio. 019 SO: ll-ptr I .. dry Beayew Auto a1.1 I40 M will t... 1160raea.
,. H. B PaTrick Hardware. | 10 like new _.
': sai* Blossom &1.011fertIle l BATTERIES=Dry coO. Hot Shot. I I Phone 2-1041. twin bedroom ... 013. O-Plere w.l- Shady Lea Drive.MEAT .; reason 1123 B. ... Ave 1-2OTO. ___, tWO wornotar MrM auoet to

It Travel information i.TR M. NEW Tour bi. tent.ORANOE ._ _ _. _I radio and flasbUabt. H. H. Farrlsh aaoBprange. I j pat dining room suite 090 50; cheat of RADIOS-PbbCfc cecblaotMw coo I'I Ut* WIt pool Hairy artwol
waea wo JUICE.-Grapefruit Jule*. B.r..ar 33O .Oranc Pnoa|i DOG HARNESS-Leads, collars: fin 0 drawer. lit 5O. ware! .b... 025: I BLOCKS Two vtandard me; : soles and rombinaue law BOdeM.A '
LXSZSVAI7OSI .04 Urk. *3 *To. mUmatt. Has .f Fraan aura. aweet and dettctoua.Short 1111. quality ... Bumby _... j I love-_. 014JO. new porch rockers.i used but excellent coadiuoK O. U few .or tmmrdiow delivery. ir wa:4ta... eta*, tmmrttoTodenrory. -

_- aaUw Trip are.. 35 UU W. Cfcurth. Pesos ,- c te uired on Ian order B RIC-L-BRAC dtaae- 102 W. Church Bt. i SO- Duytoa computing .. Ill Bran. Tit. Fla. Phone O4-W, lord Keiser Ween* Tbter j I all 17UI.PWOO of niliiJ kxb.roo
al IIM a*
.. Pino. Pbooo 0301.HAVANA. ._ _ _ _ -Repaired; *1 per C. B.- Svm Omr.XI i glawwar*. __hl.tl.. .. itiches-t, COOaa-0. 17 window tnmrt and Tv or Till. ... 19 50. dress f_ erve.lo. ColoaiaRoww. pneo* 31M.aottoa . cyprom -

COBA-.._ tour iUINst Ma ruoer Arcade W P. Are dial ,-U. I war*, pillow o>.k. _. ash. 10 eq. '. shtoaloa $7.56: tools. U15 pencIl TbunooadI <;' MATTRtSa-._.".. an* box RZ3TAVBAI ? 2Q\"Mur.c j >ar JUCWf ekark .18 frt .
1 _. : 'srspefrilt -* los nslle. All new. Pn 'ow*. I Purvutur Co. U W. Pine 8C Fhoao omOl pIeaM PsisS sod ..
LauMV Travel Santa. 3O L Pin* >oi_ 12 ORANGES, tanerhM f flailing tocklo.J27_ Hueney c- ,!I 1 awrtwc. ..'M. Dsuble I 11I bo* plot sad .1It c. 53s.d .un
.t. Phocis 0301.8PRINOF1ELD tassels. ready In BATHROOM t CaT PANS 20c aad up. seloriSo.) 4070. I 025. double bed spilii* 05: large wIng: I deep fat fryer- beverage cooler walkI. sopor -

MAaa..-Plylo* to tm All IAP..MO IAIa.. ship; SI 1$ pet ."5345. a. I towel born soap -C.Ia of color Ban etore C*.. 25 E.rtno C-i 1 1 rhair 425 i IW'an. j
private all,,. Room for one poo- Snort __ _. 110 B W. A. Ok& r I tck Smyth Lomker N. ". Pnoa* x-3103. !,I pett. 51 hooter. 55.4cr. Aponaae. lac. :; mot*. $.a1 "* 10l. "0-jaU

_.... 050. write B. Mallaoskl. Baa Ooao Wtator Oardea. &-, oRlu and (...frt tree ripe: :, I.. Rsilroad. e I i FLY ROD MsaM. reoeowaMe Caa ._ I I.j u' 5 Or..... pk. -aM*. j fey S.serdI500 deduct?. Wtltard *
be .. at 123O Palmer tI Tbeateg Mock. COMO
Jane Rotet Orlando >FriCE MACsUMES-litED- 11- .. U. i;( | gpRtiD5-.4lI '7i ''DRADIBOAIttIII ;i MOTH SAILBOAT-CrU-crcft ruler PErIOIELTOR-Ico.: 70 S cap.i a- 5.1.5
. $135I
fo t* Mearao Bavaaa 0. e.sse e. .. 0 01 boa.W* ship 12 .* I i twin stse. .P.a I. Ilk* ;> Made new and FLOOR RUNKER- : .j ... outboard *ad aboard rttr. all p rr.l_ prartfcaffy mf.i .- _
leeds TyoeeI U' L c.tra& .- r- .a C R. Stevens Grower. 'I f new. ooi K. .. I I I beautiful sisla by Chromtt .. per .. Cut to _u. SmrUt Lumber OMTK Century bulls ass 12 H P. i i: 045. tIcS Worcester- first tfl 50 I WUTESAEI'tIRusty Tolii-
dial Cheek Moors. a, _. Par .,_dial_3-3554. 0 '!J pert The boa > perye.d wIth *- C. ._II. Ova.* and Raltrnsd.PRAItI JokaooOJ140 asedeU Wlee Beat'' }1 worn. bussct' *koice 04 aolon. SI
a boe 2Oand the left Sekool
post Kalry
Main .. $155.PAINTING. __ BCCT. H' misumI tho bock Cssmitemetal R1.-1hu-i I Werka- Mt. Dara. I Ran' Xona c*. M K. PMo. Ffcoao
PECANS FOR 0ALE
both for 03*. _ _ _ ''
IJ I of and I ; RZFIuOCItATO* Lore .aB4SIppi.
1 t. lUBllnr and Slowing I 4Oe Ib. Mn.. D. West. I C I til* whIch la mode CUM IJ M. Orlando FnnUtur CO. 141 MAO. BOXKS-BFD aad ... Ol ea. 5.331 _
Fla. r Witt sever rues. Completely watertight W. Cburrk St.I _rtmat f Wu-; a&l ;
Apopka Rd. 310-Bluo. WUt-
Insld Ud 1-OfM. ps
BIRD I Bumpy Bardwar 102 West Ckurck Cd
03. 05411Gift tlaa
.I B"T. : and .tte" Seemed*! osi I I 9I1M1Iglaso Mbro las1 _
tee Garden.TCMPU'ORANOES. rr-r1t1-l04w used. PIP Street. ; 511 lassOer' 0.14 Rose
AERO MATFLOWKR TmANSIT CO. and I
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55 !
B..p display st Metal TIle Co, L I oa* year earvUent
Lone dkttaaro movto. Call 4otnr PIAMO Tl r.b.ildies. factory at O. U ParSley !Fia Open .n_ _a1 I i Central A. cask aad ear* 10 to 23* oa pourSnadoses. METAL BRluKER 10-foot: ll -ta. i 1' Rya. TnoosiOc. 04-W StumiCo 245' P15. PsSeSS5-
".. and ....* *ervtro Soc less Grove on Coawy 1 j I I Ba** Pararture Co* 02O metal yetnfi W Sunday I WiSDOM -. a_
a\ a O. J .BOATS Hew 1O47 | amia 120 Peaw eod
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[Cent from Preceding Pace I I 40. Pet Stock and SnppUcsI 50. Wanted to Rent l 51. Houses for Sale 151. Houses for Sale Rouses for Sale
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{I POINTER DOQ-4 1?. old; wen trained. APARTMENT WANTED he I Ior PARE. 931 W. PrincetonOclitog COLLEGE PARK Modern lovely DUPLEX -Pin. Castle. i block tram ; .

34. Articles Wanted I for sal*. Over 300 bird* & unfurnished; ItO t rlia f fphone due to chanee In plan.; i..rnl hed. 2-bedroom bouse. Call school, church and stores on busroute welt built SCHOOL 3-bedroom DISTRICT-A modern bus0110w. ..n..'' I Ihums O LAKOO.. FLORIDA 1
him thi ieaon in lovely and LAKE FRONT-Twe story lovely .
or new ewner 23493.COLONIAL t
MI 4.I. :bro to Orlando. Newly finished In- PAGE 13
: Price for quick stucco bungalow ..Oea I Tile bath; beautiful Ian.. with 3 bedrooms and bath JANUARY 19. 1947
ELECTRIC EQtIP1UNT-WiD pay caa be 112 Lockhart a.D APT.- 2 or 3 rooms: furnished conveniently located.; hardwood GARDENS-Thi* attractive aide sod out. with new bathroom I corner lot with a number ef pine upstairs downstaln i* a den or bedroom _
cash for food used electric refrieraton *- unfurnished. Local floor S-room hoa.hat equipment up and down. 4 rooms and Also brand new lane 2-car .arsc> and bath kudOs the ether
Apopka thghway.2KITItNS bu *, steel windows new Ice box. was built
Bumbr1 Hardware C.. 102 I couple permanent re.1 B stove Outer beater floor furnace.Open la 1941 oilers many extra is completely bath 17 full upper. 3 room and beta lower with laundry and utility room. and Decenary room Lhria room i* Un {I I 51. Houses for SaleI
te be liven 3 frown tree. loaded
W Church Bt. itelvlaator Dept. Call .1. 491 S-Star. furnished orange .n aaasual 2-bedroom apartmentabove. with a beautiful view ot the lake.
every 20 a OO and located on
far w. E. wsithtU. Diml 6104. I months old. bouse ..e.1 2- APT. OR ROUSE-Needed by night. 7 to .rtro.. Horton. 440: lane beautifully landscaped lot. Immediate with Mute in fruit. Good Income property An exceptional property nice There I* a dry besemeat with oil I LAKE POIUlOSA--5oa'h .de K *
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FURNITURE WANTED Any auanI I I 1351. a. p.m. expectine child: pn..t Main; or 70r broker. possession as owner i* be- I rent the other. Price. .once Phone located... Price ,cut to 822 OOO. I I I furaac te beat each room. Lane 2I I I block cetta**. Larva lie.,idxt.aIns r -
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dentsmansurr atore.Please i log transferred. 111.500.
tll,. When get read, Ii sell j jeu 1.1 I 13.110OI 2-2465. I' ''
2-O931 you Coehr n'* Furniture >; 41. Poultry and Supple phone le..e ''S. 010.. Alien Job.,.. Realtor 140 I Hnckel-O'Neal BMg. 118 : servants quarters. Two patio an for couple. sT.rsOner-__"0. ._
I Robinson: dial 2-37S3. I i
Church. APT. OR '!, N. Or...; 6612. "Speclaliiins la DELANEY SECTION A well constructed I nicely shrubbed Entin Plot ef land
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BEAU'llMJL PY per Ib. ROUSEPmlP Pr.nent Homes.MCOLLEGE home tn a alee residential HowEll HEIORTS-CoDtractor' 165 front by 150 ft. deep 1* well !i LAKE SUE-hdtaeto' Ore e! Groinduo -
FURNITURE; lued Move ice boxes; Fine Barred 2S mo.; rident Worlp section. Modern concrete block bun- : re- elevated above the lake and beaut i
Scwlnc machines. Call before yon I 1 I at tUS. Rk 171.U$ .D. I IMoore. IN..Or.n. Bopla 56.900-15k. Front; 2-b. con PARK-Don't miss seeing talow ef five rooms beautiful oak I ceatiy constructed 2- bedroom fully laDd.... A real borne te be tiful bedrooms show-plsces tile Three baths Urse Tlir t-c t,0-"-.
U price Sewell- It.r. block this livable '-T1MIm bungalow. Extra t home wen furnished: 3 corner Iota proud te live in: 145,000 2
** W. pay 000 .t flooring: Venetian blinds and ample anfumiahed. is (6 i fpcsr .-
Furniture 72 W. Pin i iSt. HOUSE-2 or 3 only 2 bedrooms: garage well furnished. Clean Beaa- 20 citrus tree Honest vain. M.OOu. Harlow O. Fredrick lit nearly new yIn
Thurmond Co. I BABY CRICKS.-.Tuxedo Feed Stan. b. .rnl 1.11 as a pin. closet .P.". An excellent value at .' l4 Oraaie. stractMn threaabeat and archr.. "-
Dial 4O'0. i I ed; py jl loV tiful yard lot 60x135 ft. Also comfortable borne: 2 tote with Dia. 8188.
. U. approved. Pnlloriam tested. I y.a.. nll ad"uc b.1 .cr ; ; 813.50O. the reduced price of $ .. Terms I i business building 810.0OO. Exclusive.Hirton. I I rally perfect. 6pclousrou.ri: .. :;s-r!
I Phone 2-22 tram clapboard Mrs. Wallet Cathryn 1ts renal t* live in Orla..d."Eo. ..**
or Roulstone. McNatt-Heasley Realtors.
.1ETAL LATH&-Electrlc drill and 908 Church phone 2-2821 cr 1.152-bO" IS w. Realtor. 7632. I toad beach deck O..od .= I-.r.-
_. & BDVBB. 3 bedroom.. corner tot.hisbwir Resltor 2-2532. I Washington St. Phone 51O8. '
"8. an, a MQmu H. YS2W. JlurJ .1"1 I chain ef lakes-ideal for 'v.n.mneoaUnc -

m b 1'. sain6 An. 1( R"_CCKa Q. 8.l.Puliortuui or future C pin.vi 7einpt.urn .efi. \ '4.575-4 ,.., .obanal Ctll18-"__ "onno'ide', \'it-''' 3.SChSTS3.I1.D .t'nD-\ -hIre new'IKQLDKN K3.tQRTM-tfvn bossy f oxmult < %_ 8.'I'.B %$ .t.t', _' ; aooruaino.. Pbilivo- "..
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OLD OOLD.-W. pay highest price flurry & lm de C.rr. Wlnl.r Pork. 4.73-W. packing bans mitUmblm.Hlbbsrd nte/ied Close to store ba. and 2-bedroom and screened porch famished: complete. New room plaoterrd __ titrfUT ./ boeaDP..k.. paplt- awbl?

jet diamond eld a old ..\etaea" Ortsedu PU aple.HOGSS OR APA.RTVXNT-Wttb. at C.I""r phone WmtrPark. tehooL Only 16.500. Bn Mark with home with all modern. cAnvenlenceatasphalt washer and refrigerator. By ewaer. furniched and ready for Immediate and wreaeht Iron were used by ar-

broken jewelry. teeth. sUverasr X. Sior. I II Jeast two bedroom 78. Broke Inrited. Louis OeesUa. Remltar. -H3 X. Maia.- tlje Souring torowooat; 1211 -:,b St. _ _ Sue owner? called Nortii and already Olson te make Ud a arram bc acPriced.
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Berkmaa A Sent. 139 N. Oranie.Lt . BLOOD TTE CHICKR wanted by Army a:f | 1-1464. electric ranee water Beater clrca- HOLDEN HCTGHTS.-Unfurnished S- .one) at the low price of t&.S"O. Call braoUfaBr furnisbrd .' er.\
,I R Lhor pl diate 7. Reply 530 CLOSE m bedroom bouse iacludina electnw O'H rt -Mo.re 2.S38O. 189. E Pt.... 35OOO inc nan senate saie Tc'
CfTICE MACHINES and t.rnitur. Re"r mie 100. Mr Star. oap B -Bungalow and extra cot- Jaunt aeater. Will e* completed for If* worth J4O4MW *n :ft:< ma.-.'
a* make you an oiier.. Check I per pr. Special CONWAY 8ECTIOU-Vacant. 1Ie" 1I I ,... Present owner naa Uvtnti occupancy tint week to Feb. tlboo hot water heater and several fruit Better call at enee for such .ame

a-itb Gent Stuart. 13 8. MaiD St_ I f P 1.1. per 100 Lechora Cockerel* HOUSE OR BUNGALOW Wanted. bedroom. frame bom Corner lot. I i Quarters pla 140 per month in- cash balance on monthly payment trees call 9514. LAKE DOT TICTIeTrYCpmplctelyS' are bard to find. Ask for Ray l>..-c.i

phone_ 8158.OFFICE 1115. 100. Ship C.OJ3. London furnished: three .daltr permanent Price. S6000. (2500 cash balance *35 '; come. Can be bouiht fuQr furniahed. Toot McEihtDT. 1407 E. Washington. HOLDEN HEIGHTS 2-bedroom furnished t. : with Joe 0. Myers. Realux. .i W

MACHINES-We are Box 1844. Trenton.. N. J. residence: . \15. per month. Call Dick Fletcher 7121 Price. 810.SOO. InmtliiM this one. ; dial 2-3937 and ask for Tom.DVPT.EZ.Soiitbosut. I! honor; back screened porch. metal living room. dinin*. room kitchen; Waahiaiten. Dial M3*.

in need ol typewriters. addlni BABY CHICKS-B. N H. Reds.Orpinitons. Ft'HE untarnished bonus 'I' Tucker tc Branham. Inc. I; Walterj-Pryde Realton. 668 N. Or- awnings: slat shine roof nice tot tile bath screened porch off diniM I
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ehire. cult reilt'er Highest ba4I71 Rl and residents; call I ante: 2-4598. I ICOLLEGE 2-story separI well landscaped. On paved street room circulatin ell beater vene-S I
GI.nt .p pr.n. 9752. COLONIAL DRIVE. 3-bedroom i I I I ate entrance each apartment 4 Immediate possession. Priced to sell clan blinds close te school and bus: '
paid Lehnherr. 220 S. Main. $585 per 100. 812 Rerl.r.t. i iHO PARK Bunsalow ....
iSpecial LAKE FRONT Over ...1
PIIU pr 10.I furnished: 812.OOOInauire ef I rooms and bath. Completely fur-,I ewner.. A. 1. Dickixon. phone 4433. very pretty lawn with beautiful one e?-.
OLD JEWELRY AND GOLD-W. pay 'mie 83 1723 100. N.Uoa I owner 2017 EIlllnoll Ane.3 dial $ room and bath: furnished. VeneUan -I aished. Immediate pottessioa. 110.I :; or 8592. shrub and plant This bom i* one 1 third acres la one of Orianao > t..
8. blinds
bttbest price Inrln Jeweler ila.. .. o.U St I 4201. ; twin beds b.g bored i SOD. H cash. C. P. Shamway. Real- HIGHLAND AVE.( Park t you would be proed ta .... 811.5OO. and restricted _ODe rs'ar: ..
2 refriierator floor furnace thermos- ;: near Lakel \
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fur
12 E. Chan St. P. o 3-r. .. tor. 140 W. Ora.". phone 2-3282. l Fartow O. Fredrick, 118 M. OraDlle. numeroua trees. .h u'r.:5
CHICKS from Hanson's Hatchery. Allbloodtested Ci B 47. &t. I COPELAND DR. 20 East-A dandy 2 1 tatic control; screened porch. Only Brick bungalow living and dining ,; DIal 1118.I lana well sodded. lake waur, 5"-...sI

SHOW CASES Floor type preferred. and of finestenallty. bedroom bnnialow furnished or unfurnished. !I I 89 BOO. Cash or terms. C. R. Eme- DELANEY ST.. 180*-Lak* .... 3- room 2 bedroom sleeping : ..1t 0 great Ie B. lD OrIa..elQ- I Uon wstem City water .1. !*>L'"
Musical Instrument any condi th I I I rlrk. Realtor. 610 N. Oranie: dial classed la front porch. kitchen lalb.1 Ilaraie I I Moat ',
Serving the .b for the I I Quick possession. Owner I bedroom furnished home: all conveniences I I attracUr bonw apprp\r: r
H. SIS H.
tion. Monday- Yelton '
7348.COLONIALTOWN Deep tot.
Fruit trees. $ f
75 _.
punt 34 7. Why iisanren? MARCH RENTAL 30 dayi Ie.YOU City. I I II : <. kitchen tral11.500 feel w Ian roeau rca a'<
Rosalind Ave.WiLDINO __ __ Order . and B. Rocks. R L only. 7-room WA furnished 1 I ,I -6-rooma and bath ra.. balance at 5e. Owner. Exclusive. O. C. Stewart. Realtor 1O'N..I l LAKE FRONT-.Bubarban 3-bedroom on. bait tan tiled baths L. re :
; GENERATOR D. c. and I H. Reds Wyandotte Rock- : write Richard c..plt."165O- I I' CAROLINA AVE winter Park. 4--i iI j! sleepins porch modern kitchen. I Arcade. 9788. home completely and beautifully lane ,_._ _Rh. :o-rsr' ..

Brigc Engine l.ctr1o motor R W. Lechorns 86 9 per :< Broadway. Suite 404. Ma..el City '' room house with bath. One minute : 812 5OO. Owner. Phone 21898.COLONIALTOWN 1 I I DUBSDREAD 2-bedroom house: :; IVANHOE LAKE-Oust above). Vacant furnished. Mon than 200 ft. ot lake 1. r... Price S22.5OO including .....ne
and aaw*. water pump hop .... 10. Jumbo Lllhor Broilen per or phone Orlando ; from shoppinc center. Only 82.650. I lisas sunroom; lane Uvmc room; move In. New masonry bun- frontaie. Built for perfect Florida kncbea eeaipment and oil; bj-c.;

ment kicker*. Swap Shop. 120 . per 10O. Ship ,I! 2.261. I i I "Golden Has It" Orlando Ave. atOranie. I<, furnished -o. tMtefuOr I S I fireplace: 2-lots. 200 ft. bus stop. ', lalew. bvinv room with ireolacFt. livtni. Call Brock Steel with Thornj I j forced air I".... To see ar.d : r

P.... -1 COD. Safe arrival Han-I I' SMAL BOCS&r apartment with Winter Park. Open Sunday. : ;* Ipartmentabove Priced S7.OOO. Cub 82.250. Leaving view, lot 7 d35. Attie i.. 68.750 : as Ch.n..1a.d Co.. (72 N. Orange; oetaiU call Mctttt-Heult Pl.ns
I Ito. I' To sleep a 4-car iara.. This U a "I". Ovenpin Dr. acrosi from rid- 1106.
dial
son, Hitcherr. fJO. Box 973. I ad ..I I I casa. balance mortgage-. C. 010sri.Resltor. .- l 7234LOCKHART
WE: BOY ased furniture. c.n. .. N. J. TrenI I .dult*. B 45 S-8i.r. i>home for We. along with in Income. in i ablet. Owner. P. O. Box 3493. O'Neal Arcade. 975 I I'
tore selling. Orlando Furniture CONWAY SECTION--Tbe suburb ;,,Call Dick Fletcher 7121. Tucker I i I $ '
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No. 2 Btore eii W. Chorea phone CHICKS O.D. 100 healthy bbs ARMY OFFICER, wife and 1 yearI I I I home you dream of. near bus and ,. Branham. Inc.COt.ONLILThWNMud.rn. 1 IVANi FitlIth4-Betweeo3 Ii I I SECTION-Approximate- LAKEFRONT BOx.-u..nc" scmlructIoo.

2-4883. broiler chick 82. Finest special I old baby need furnished apartment I I i atore. 2-bedroom home ia beautiful DCBSDRKAD GOLF Course Section lakes ft-room modern frame; 31 I ly two acre land famished bunslow | $ 2-beaxaeaui larse l\.nf

assorted 1. H .H Chick Farminsdal . or house. Can 2-15e. j jI I II settIng of Ionic palm and oaks, nice 2-bedroom New home ideaS ...n.ed forcomfortable bedrooms one'twin bed suel Wet with two bedroom sad glassed room: kitchen bath. M.:.< 1...
WE old
hiahest cash price Our furnished bunialow. Close to shopping
PAY -
la *. Y. I VETERAN AND WIFE laws and shrubbery barbecue pit.uabo.e. district. tin... Two lane bedrooms wall !. excellent floor plaa. Centralixed in sleeptnc percb. some citrus owner floor. Porch ovTrtooktne hike Xmu.tdiate -
diamonds and diamond Jewelry Crent' poultry hoMes and yard. 2 Immediate possession. 1;1 with cross ventilation and tile Army officer
any condition. City 1..**.*. and HENS WANTED-Any amount. Win need 3 or .ro. i deep electric pump: 3OX3O new Ill 000. term*. Howard Jones or M I bah on one aide of large living oil beat. Dayllcht electric t sell for transferred anxious r'l'"ilirn 10 miles norta of
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pick up at place and nished: no ; no references. kitchen. Attractive '.n . Let a* show yoa Orlando. Hnthway 11-92 Opea l-n
Jewelry Co. cor. Orange ., Church. your cash D&; i J Moss 13th. 132 So. Mala phone i with window larxe *
1. building to finish for rental. 11 tot*. i room picture : cor- this
Orlando Flab Ar. W Call 4151: Mn. I 6977 2-2070. t I'i Landacplnc and a bias of aialea property sod submit effer. Mc- inspection Se,. sod Sun 1 te apm
I or
bedroom with tile bath
PolU. I 14 bearinc citrus tree tanaerlne. _____ ner private i Natt-Heasley.
St.. phone I I bloom. I14.JOO.Don' be Realtors. 15 w. Washinston Number 13. Lak E.1.. Dr..c
Ii I t Hsty
Wood ARMY OFFICER--Want 1 Bide of house
35. Fuel Oil and C.r 477. RED Kin*. Tsnieto. SaUuma. Pineapple j COLONIALTOWN SECTION Bit on opposite : conveniently CenI! St. Phone 5106. Casselbrrry. P25.LAKEPNONTOgf.ed.
: I.AYINJ0ENS-4O. New bro furnished bouse. No ; and lOam!!. orantea. pink and Marsh I i rooms. all the way through this arranged kitchen with adnin- see Hastings.Realtor.. Rm. 6 _

FUEL; OILS-Complete Ha for home I I 81.S5 each. Smith Lunch .1 t tloo per month I seedless srspelruit. Last i inbstantial 3 bedroom bansalcw. Auinmail. IDa dinette; larte ..'k-l. closet tral Arcade: 42J7. > I Road S.t nt

and industrial *1.. "We Serve Central P".tb. f.. = will pay I mODth rent adI I least. 3 adJoInIng acre of ::eI1e" .I I water heater and Venetian wuh plenty of cupboard ware: large IVANHOE SECTION-PisrnIxlied 2- j LAKEvnw bvatalow. I.-tory eomI I i frame baniaiew complete! tr. e\, ,

Florida. Btedsoe Fuel Oil-Ce< '. LATINO KENS.-.One old P. 0 or ".1 U land with 40 additional citrus trees. blind Rirht at the bun line only ccreenea parent ..rloo..lnJJolC bedroom cottage with attached game. I pletely furnished hea*,. Dish**: sil I. particular. Like new. In add2crea :-... -

Winter Park 2OO. Tank available Borkman. Lincoln year ; Younc. Tyler's Cabin o move in at once All this for 89.75O. 3 block fiom shopping center and ceurte on the rest which could truly On back of shady lot with 75 wee; 4bed.2' bath Ideal iII 1-lakes.. n'.. i< :

fuel tank full* !i i, LI. Ave. 01 I
FUM OUIs your udequalelyStoried. Vit. REGULAR ARMY COLONEL-Desire* l Bailey. Realtor. 30 K. Church. Ph. prompt sale at $11.0OO. On term* I i furnished. GI linanced for 810JM. Immediate _Ion. A service: roomy Sob.: ample kitchen Wildermere. ample fruit ihnbbf- !

Our .Mora Act**nowl tank Let are a* fill your PEAFOWLS-Ready te lay soon. 2 5 or -room house: furnished er 4767. t Rn-MoGlli. Realtors-$ N. OraD" !' so 85 000 would band Ie. Harlow O.J' Pickup at 6500. Sammie . spare. A home er a ... T.k. 'Id.and lawn aloptci down to the .",
year eld pair. 640. William nUmber I Phone 41t7. I I Fredrick. 118 N. Orange Ave4 Dial i reur choice. Price depend th. boas is fir 'hc1 a
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Realtor 4 en
weather.Orlando J Call Holt tele- room Central Arcade; dial I ill
for cold
tiokI prepared 1
B* ant..rDhe. will
bear
Lee Hd- WtntyrPspk. | M 8188.If J aIL whether for Inspection from h. .-
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1 IP033.8 I 7407. busIness er home > ukeeper. -
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Fuel Oik> CO. Inc phone 631.8ET COLLEGE PARK Thi* bouse DD. CITY LIMlTS-H..r. U one ot the i srest to Bye In Orlando. I Cash er terma. C. Emerick. Reai- Florida _. . ,- S
8118 or $119. GAME FIORTIBO CIIICK2NBi : COUPLE-Desires 2 or 3 West Yale 1* belnc overlooked. It. cutest 2-bedroom bungalows we j IVANHOR SECTION_You will be Impressed tor. 616 N. Orange dial 734 '., Green's fuel for heaL Priavi.-

FUEL OH.-Call MW for prompt !_ 8. MrTh. 80080008. P15. I r.II apartment or baa one of the mask attractive and have aeen at I4.5OO. Brand new asJ J with the charm and dignity LAKE $ supply; new .. .. Oauers t.I .

.". Kerosene and fuel oil*: I POULTRY WAT. ben, fryer*. 1 et.. o ef ct7. .anl spacious Interior you can buy on. |1 i besto ihlnile; 3 porches near bIlL i DELANEY PARK DRIUIS.-In of chic modem 3-bedroom tram SUE-Modem. 3 bedroom. 2S ,, "SeUI" CoIItact J. K. aOHo" I.iII

tank .".0.ble. '. 8021.; McGraw turkey ia yard and ot rter. 52 today'a market. Then are two bed Linen folks only 875O down 00 I II beauufal Cherokee Port Owner bom In thi desirable section. Tile f baths. bua.. *.. beautifully leadped i': a\I Mlvi aoa.i .

Fuel Oil Service I pay caah. can Mr. Chapman. Po.IUMk& WANT TO RENT 1st. untIlSept. rooms and a slurping porch. The I Il why pay rent Buy this and have transferred to another State so this .tb. floor furusre aDd stop More A rear -round bom*, reasonsblr I IM I i LAKE DAVIS SECTION
l price houalna securityl More cash reduce is your opportunity to set lovely ihome sttr.rttve-tcat"eeL priced. Howard Jeer or M. J. -t-bedrsom
unfurnished. 110.TOO. YuvcaO .14110O *'lre
bVzwCoD-Ptn. and Oak $5.00 maa' 483 I. Or. "; 1st. tee bo. or > in this choice section.all room I 13'11. 132 South ,_ frame _.10.. Completely: F.stol..d. -
M. -
b. Realtor. 140
b..Fhe limIt ureandeitr I 1011 priceWUma March Ben & N. Otosue: p ,
l itrand at arjn.I delivered.FirePlace I I TURKEYS.-Tounc and tad01 apartment. Ifer I yoa wish also. Call Harra-Moore. *4 N. Court. 7990. !j frame bunitI.built in 1941. Nit. !, $ r2""Specialising la Home" m O 2-2070 i I Immediate possession Fo;
wood and oak $T SO I some 1- 8cn$. C. ; Phone 9784. oak floors floor furnace also fire- coWl isle ..7.caah Cm.- nci
00 delivered. Kin I 22380. 109 E Pine.cOLO7iIALTOWNTwo I: COLONIALTOWN 3-bedroom frame. ,| JAMAJO BLVD. (35- room frame | Realty: 363 N Orange .' '
strand at yard. III Turkey Farm; Phone 6913. HOUSE place. Modera) kitchen. Venetian i I dial -:. 1'1'I
Fruit 101 W. .- t ANTE or apartment .It bedroom bunI I I furnished house: electric kitchen; blinds, lifetime roof larace. 2 lots I\> borne la coed condition. Furnished. I MAYER ST.. 2403 B.
BRING YOUR POULTRY ) three _
; and t LAKE l-bediooat
': I eels t i I FRONT-In
I a lorstion ef
deep
ton. March br"L talus with hardwood floors la good carol: plenty of fruit. I68SO. .a corner pretty yard with palms welL Poasessioa at .. J exclusive beme.
D Fsrmer1 E.d P.Un Mkt. 1st and up te 6125a repair with new roof house Mike Flower. 33 8. M.. Phone home on a Ian lake with new near boa. Snruoberr
on and .
WOODO.k and Pine for Beau Inc., 629 month. 8. C. Wriiht at 24786. : sos! .* and tropical plant 3 oranie JIFFERBON ST. E--3-bed- whit sand _,10. 3 full bedrooeas. .1 and good cardea spot.BIT. .
Cnarlf 5529. 2
era at SI strand 12-in. Cord US 417. sarate on a 50x155 lot. Fireplace l i| Coabot. Owner ea property will show room; IJ800 | tiled baths. Tiled
Meredith Manor. Longwood. MAMMOTH 417.rZhol or MIDDLE AGED COTJT-K Desire and las beat. Priced t* aril at 66 95O COLLEGE PARK-Owner must .n interested parties at any reasonable roof. Excellent furrace. VERNON AVE. AttreetlvYT- t
I .nnd.I. apt. er bouse. Man employed. Nearbus I with considerable .. .. CaU ; two-bedroom bungalow Best oiler hour of full particulars and anpolnt-, JEFFERSON ST-C : outside city; : oak flooring _lIboaL Tiled catow ceaatracted five re.ra a.-
COD. Quality 4414 line distance central Harra-Moore 2-2380. 109 E. Pine. j 1 5 rooms frame unfurnished. el w : kitchen. Priced term .- Just been redecorated laside
.lkID ICOu.EGi i aient be had a.I and -
eSlo. "hl"k. o this week vet house; with or without may at our office price OOO .t'HU !
37. fenllizen and SoDs Shown by .. I
Rd- city. silver dishes. only 815.OOO with tricity sod water fas *vilbe.I C. and In tint claa condition T> .
Inn PARK-one D' those kitchen term Ask for
Col..bi .tU.e"n
S equIpment Property at
koch,. I 66.309 C. B Davis. Realtor. 1O4 E. i Babceck ,Jr. with Robert 8. 2 bedroom hen .
te
e. Y.a1 r.ncb tine 10_. mud- 1802 Florinda. Stetson and FtorIndaK Mr. Stewart with harold fehepherd completely s.-
Realtor 13
COLD 8MOKX For beet reaulta.everytlunc i W. _.. .
850. Phone : JefleTsea 2-1849. Bishad incndlBc an I
In the lardea. as* Cold I' 45. Apartments for Rent .ne era and comfortable with eak floors I Call owner Mr. Jonea. pa. 2- Realty Co. 20 0. Wsoblooiao 84. TYre.j and Mavta essctrtc kitr: .

Smoke Boll Corrector. $OB. Brook. I everywhere except kitchen and 4308. _ _ _ _ Phone 5124 or 5443. KALIT SCHOOL SECTION New I laodo-aed lot wasMamchlne N. .
haven Dr. phone 6314. ATTRACTIVE, new Ir. modem 51. lou! for Sale At 810.&OO you an aafe COLLEGE PARK Frame 2-bedroom EAST BIDE-5 roome and bath: I 1 bungalow; 2 bedrooms: lane heist LAKS peed fenced Mxl35 ft. wIth ba.t I
famished . and tailing building ". .. Call O' "Ie.. Like new all ." Newly ...' nice Ian kitchen: porches. LANCASTER real banaia aa Ideal playcrour.d Ksmaucblldnn -
FEAT top Mil. fill dirt; delivered: double bedrooms: electric hitches.bosh .ALTALOMA 448-New S-room Moore 2-2380. 109 E. Pine. II.1h.1 house with ilassed deeDing porch: furnished: complete electric kitchen. |I Immediate posseaston. term I IB a fine lakefront 3-bedreoet bua- I Today but bur ai
writ H. A. Bray P. 0. Bos 102 < S4 completely furnished. Including all :7.1JI I gaiew and 3 tot*. Guest 812-50O. term arraosed See
only 6225 month | block . Kitchen e.eipmentIncluded. Double lot. 100x150: tots ef fruit., ,8 m Johnson Co. 206 ta... doebl v.
.dotlt Dr . Little with
... Fla. or phone County. : phone 1 I Reduced price owner.I electii kitchen and looted on large Quick _. 8 ID 50O. Lena JAROW-Ain-. ; ... completely furnished and Harold BbepherdR. .
<116 33R12. ; corner lot. 18.500. AIleD Johnaoa. * yard beautifully; I.n_... Price S! Ce 2O 2. Wasaintton Phone Sl.I
CLOSE IN-Lower ..o Central I Phone 2-7362. COLLEGE PARK-Looklnx for i, ac.ltor. 1.0 N. Ora..e M12. Bpeciallubnc Dunn. 0 M. Brown: dial 21289. J I _aat_. I block off Falrb'nka I only 823 000. See H. E. Wheeler with __

FIAT RUMUBt delivered. Writ Edwin beat. 1 bedroom .tadl. 8100 ALT A MONTE SPRINGS B modern bungalow clot ta to" I I. Bo.... EAST SIDE-PInt time offered Cn- 'and Formosa. Winter bed- I i Harold -PhM* r* Realty Co. 30 MT. tXJRA See
coc k.P.ru and
w. Fly Box"183. Zellwood. P month. Box 128. .8ar. 1\ trailer for t.de' The ..r sod tranaportationl. This one I* attractively usual -room bnnialow. excellent i room concrel fur / $1. Phene 9134. .1 far coaipar thw
call Mil. Aeopka. I WINTER PARK-Bachelor apt. 1 this nice Ir b desicned. baa two bedrooms I COLLEGE PARK-2 and 3-bedroom for home or business location for a nished. 84 550 cash balance 62 ISO '' LANCASTER alny sod price a BOW BIBonary
'o I* lev Florida ef utility room eak floors homes furnished or unfurnished.(85OO lift shop doctor' office payable monthly. 8e ea PARK-OB* at or- built boa***, fIve room aad
war
2 furnisninis aauque pro-
or men. 3 High acot. ;
38. Plants. flowers and Seeds and r. ..Rotlins She a trailer so will ae- throughout and cea be occupied Immediately. and up. Some excellent buy shop or music shoe Also 2-car Pang misee I I land*. most beautiful better built atiiitr room. Lane ttvtnc ream aad
en.l..c. De with send term Hughes or Knlaht. I borne, oak floor clay til. hitches wilt ale
Colic*.. YearIT ene a payment. The house Priced te sell. Liberal and I.rnl_apartment ail on corner I reef. coos cabinets neatly
AUSTRALIAN PINES. Me; ...1... I basin preferred. Vlr.Ave. beautifully furnished and rev caa loan can be arranied. McNnttHeaaley. 718 E. Concord: 5034. lot. Owner la transferred and I u.r..14. Two bedrooms. heist tinted wills Armstrong tile '1"'.

200 to 83; peat h... toe bushel; 44 C.. move right in. See us about this ene.Excluuve . Realtor 15 W. Washington St. CHEROKEE PARK T2S Delaney say sell. Call aa for .. .. Oeortle i room dining room. nice kitebea. sod Ample ctoavt*. aluminum window

your container. Colonial If... .APT..1-roa C..Plete' furnished.I with Hucktl-O NeaL Real- Phone 810$. Park Dr. fully furnished euickpouesston. von Schiller. Realtor.. 7164. [ LAKE ADAIR 8JCTt01fI|! full til* batb. Loris cereeaed front cod screens Iota 7S1SO. Th price,

15O6 E. Colonial. 1 I,I it.r loU telephone j ton Huck.l-O'Neal Bldl118 S Tooma. 2 porches hardwood EAST SIDE 4-bedroom porch wttb lak view. Nicely fur- > is tot thsa poe'd expect ea tha t>a*
dial I floor, new all electric kitchen alshed. house, i This I* a lovely 3-bedroom medera stated wIth central heatine. Oarace II I = Claytoa at John Street*. MlM0RIXL
Good I
and 2-373 condition.
AFRICAN VIOLETS Petunia R"ID.n i' '
2372.A.2rl. i CONCORD tab roof. 7s ft. lot; 2-car cara. leaving .r-I' home built 1941. Hardwood floor with la..dn.U SeoIfsllw load.oco..o . : I
pauy plant Ian Belilaa auleaa 1-r- ANOEBn-T Small house: best loca SECTION Beautifully town. Immediate _' bath with tub and shower front .
\ .ra... ,.. palms nicely landscaped Priced at-1-iACio-for I
A eulek .
Peen Jo' Garden. 2319 N. Oraaco.Phone .m.r. tionSome term Partly furnished almost new 2 bedroom bargain at n.P.rrlah Real ;, screen porch breeiewsy reaneetln
beta. Corner Richard Av il bnnsalow with yard: thle home In choice aectiea. Estate. 38 E. ]i"j ; Call McNuu-Heaaley. ..1_ J j
til Pine 3-1A4A. A va.. 401
2-172T. way Dr.UKNISHZD.4. I Corner 2 Westmoreland.; floors bath hardwood I ..Ire.r7 convenience may be house and ..ra.. Lot lOOxlSO. nicely IS 0. wsshtnetea St. Pfaon 8106.AKE Furnisaed t....

ANNUALS-PoInisO$ corm Coven t I ADAIR SECTION-1504 N. 1PItct'1Ie.klehen equipment t teen any day from 10 until 2 p. EAST SIDE-Out on the otiS aide landscaped with 19 "heavy bearIng I I : buMalew. 2 bidreuia _.n\\. :
? rooms: very clean. I W..t and beautifully landscaped purL under ( citrus tree Bus I block LANCASTER SECTION-SolId- I 84.700 cash ..1._. 840 I
.1.UeD. and many othern C. J. I land. Open 10 am. te 4 . Owner I I or make appointment. 115._ half the protecting arm ot a I elementary I per moaM: .
homelike.
couple only. must Irene immediately. Price mainiflcent school 2 blocks. Price 813 ly built stucco ea Bellow tile 2- 'price 66.95O. Bananu like .
Willi... 1411 E. Concord. MlduP ; appointment. Owner leaving Immedl- ..h. ph. owner 8443. oak tree. I* a stately I SOO term thu a:
B 510 _t. I 1 ately. Lane tot. Undscaped: air reduced te 811.5OO wIth adequate fin. little bunialow that baa everything i May be purchased . :! bedroom and bath buaialow. It_ I hard te find I bar the key Fn.-.
BULB $pCIALB-20 choice Oladlelu i cooled oil hosted electric kitchen; anew*. Guernsey and G.. 21 .""I CLOSE B -Furalsbed; 812.500: you need for a two bedroom bouse .( ably priced at 88. See Oee. F. I j I 'Crebs so? Metcatf Buildlnc. OhIo

mixed on. dollar I choice 46 Houses for Kent I laundry: and bobby; 85raIn -j Central AI'.. Phone_4186.COLLEGZPARK.LOn I' 00010 1231 per month; Weir a eon screened livln porch ample Zso' .- "roolll. modern booasic 8-nsa Realty C. 11 E. CelllraL I 2.1710 .
nhiai! mimM. dollar I ehole r. dob tem 62* 1"1 Ph 2-3U5.
I oak floors Smith 8t.1'I Eut Plus* 6U living and dlnlnt room. medera I ,, ce.npleitly tarnllhed. tel- I
: bath MARKS
: 8T. 1716
Regal Lily while ene dollar 4 choicePeonyroou LEeSBURO-Plea.. spoIl N. 3 4 41. II B.-Furn'tbM 2
Frame bnntatow and kitchen heater heat attic faiL attached i
6-lan
1 1 room Beautifully furnlabed.ANOCBILT ; room: > .space hardwood ssrsse. I bedroom
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mixed one dollar. : .-Sebotee Third 8..t.I a. I porches. Nice oak floors; tile 2-1 I- floors mod closet space and a I'I'raI I lot with pleaty of citrus V. I LAKE MAtT-LAND *ea an lookin latin oil -. .\. .Cases <
Imported Beeonia retrtieraaew
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dollar no choice Imported Tulipaene j bosom: ea lake end bu* JD. Open for Inspection Sunday 2..-at. fan Cab*. 7 done fruit ia tree pastel shades: attic < LOSEIB- I I Price aDd relriseralor unfurnished, bat Including Move j I I aelU 825OO casa will handle.i > It. The. view t* the lake M enrarpasaed. ..7541. cash distantCetoBiettewa .b.&. .. I.
I 1906 ; pretty yard; laj!j 111.1100 Dr IIII'IIJabM The home, which baa beea
dollar. We pay OOt... No c.d. =.,ar""I.nIL I te 4 p m. New attractive masonrybunialow r.... Price only l11. 112.700 Coil Jamerson and Carter. Realtors. I I completely SJS per awBlh Price 67 7vi C
I Lea Mr. J Immediate _. Here i* real H.rra-W. 2- TO X. renovated will appeal te have
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order Monarch Bulbfsrms. P.O. : nice n Stewart 2350. I key. Otis London. :
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3-BCPROOM; sod bath boom with p..P Shepherd Realty ; value for your money if yoa waat ; : A. T.JhlltarJ Car- discriminating ..r. Make this
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Box 63.. Kaiamaxoo 99. Mien. ICITRUS atreeti bedrooms; oil beater. 20 Creba ... 507 Ue I
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TREES - Ready te bad f I. /to downtown, on snores ef city Thornton lel.t f M. family ef tile and best construction .. Iookl" ,or. -phas.la. -_ 35 W. WMttlaatea. Fbea UU.

lemon and sour root; very reason i .. l-yer lease (200 per month.. liams. Realtor.0. 21 W. WaahlnstOJ CITY LIMI55x175 -..' complete; I IS5 ia A-I condition. 4 bedroom 3v Wet I '.... for 6290O dose and the I ) & e.-MO'tak.' I S I

able. 1SOO West Arlington BU P. O. i 4237. Bu.rnoae 61O6. Exclusive liaUa*. .. baths This home Blast be sues t* 1 j balance like rent. Its pertly f.I tc. & FRONT-Madura bongo!., ef \ bteck buiwalew. Sieaj al
Box I452; J. P. ZiJ.fl& WVELYTZtZW. ultra modem lakeI r kl"-I[ be appreciated. Business can owner :j nlabed. LAKE 'I'O"ie 10: ace _-. Ian alaaaed-4a slee- wlneowat isle *slh 55* klfrti.855OO. .
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l ClT li US TREES- 00 Parson brown I front country borne. completely fur ADAIR sew brick I CONWAY ROAD-llIOt. I North and will cell furnished or DII- Hasty $ ."a 1 pro ru. IU50. McKti-ep $4 1. porch bath itudie type II.". N. P. Bbamway.2-Mai- Realtor. .20

SOB Marsh _leu. 200 Dunkla Db Owner provide* everything. .tBIOJil-r' _.r *araaa. bath. screened perch; lifetim. roof; furnished at price considerably boo '6 Central Arcade; 4237. Central.LAKE roses p*Belied ta knotty pi a* sad I Oraaie: dial I -

grapefruit 1H tn. 61 SO a piece. .. evee th* familyservant. .- laundry.lovely landscaped ft. tot: at bus .top. near I than replacement cost. Brokers pre- '''EUZABETR; -ST. III-NldeD\ senates eate larse lakeside screen**
"."r'* nursery. KatnJeea Rdluat 615OO for tb sod 11. _teL can swoon 6462. FRONT ROME la .ua porch. 2-rar ara<* with ahower.
. aeeson. IVO fd ezy1altelp fehoota 00 part cash. I, I owner offer for ua 18. {ram* ...j exclusive Ii
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ell city r 11ua $. L.akelaDd.U. > ,a wonderful pl.c te apead U Wl IUUf... (.II. 2-3111. Owner ."1. 1 I calew built m teal by KJehl sod community-SOO ft. sake front*. froettsae sod laundry tab*. Over 100 ft. 0THIAST

& eut Uewan. aeoorsUooa.W te*,. Asher Realtor c. ADAIR SECTION Lovely two Cir'- miles 'l.COLONIALTOWN Steven .of the finest .._1. Life- soc ft. deep. Acre ef creve betweea Price ea lane aand begins take. :
.., tral and Main story I : 6-cn aid : road and 814500 farnathed. See Thl frem duple to toct.d
wire flower her. IUtwa.ee.n 2u.UOOS& house landscaped with Oft B
hoeoe. Tile grov* 11 ( Furnished two